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PACE Flf.HT BARBADOS ADVOTATr TUESDAY JANUARY H ] %  <:.: JAMAICA REPLY WITH 243-6 Binns Hits 100 In Fine Style it \IS>I \\ M III I It BARBADOS—1ST INMM.S 1H JAMAH \ HI mid • %  IOd and MBl da last nraafc HI succession— even 100. In Jamaica's MCOn ml mi innings, he sh.in.-d U a Mill vicldcd a single. While Marshall' I ,s %  nmideii. ii Leod to The luncheon interval wait taken score 71. McLeod played %  painswith the score al 30 for the lo-* •>' taking innings for 79 and Neville lhjw wlrkcth N llonitlti w Boniito. -. good supporting .,„„ no ^ b,u !" %S Bnrtedo. i-.vi.ng a. the MfI ** ftygg"* k0t MM Mean* and ihe ground „ Allcr *" n f n tickling good. Pan bowk *"' rwumpuon, McUi Ingle on tor iht day. nnuhed with Kin* to mid w; ...is Of I Cor 51 in 14 own, bowled a maiden to white Prank King got foi M D aa l tte on drove the first from in the soven, and Kln| to UM lundary and then Norman M.irshall I f %  i ... • %  full one which the batsman had railed tn MfOtlaM. lionitlci I off the back foot to long off lo register another four. ball singled lo mid off. MUdH pitying out the reman over—the last of the daj The score was 243 for ihe MM if six wickets and Jamaica with four second innings wicket still intact were loft lo got 199 runs to save an innings defeat Mille was not out 9 and Mudic 4. Th' scores are as followsHMIMIUS-14 lniUti(> .... MV\ FAINTS \l POUCEM IN'S QUESTION BUI 5.30 p.m. vesicidav. A W. I nt lies On I lor %  ang wenbeing drawn rtCJMt match at Kensing827 Runs from HAROLD DALK SYUNF.Y. J great innings by Alan Hat %  to de%  an W&s the main feature nf today* play. nol ouf um. Gordwi Sc.nlloln.ry ol SI. E?d So'bch'.nT. V J.mc, lg a slrcl, down Bro.d ft* JJgfZFgf&fS, When -J*l l WW pta, vjrtSfi 118 nhed will, seven wickets to fall. %  H %  K BJ ktrai b UM kM i ioi Frank King took charge from the pavttfc n .arm down %  maiden to Btfuia. I %  i King lh only slip Raid off the %  tingle off the iMt lo send 300 up rd Marshall to the extra cover M I the total to 40. Holder rapine ad King nl UM pavilion end. He bowled to Ml.' d who -.HK;!,.,! with HI I li U with *.,;;;;,,;;.:;..,„,. SSJ. -•-" "* %  -..•. ItAKH \ito-H WICKI'.T KLLPER Ch..rlio Taylor goes to HcLeod's assutanre aflai Mi Leod w*> struck by s fast one from Frank King at Kensington yesterday, the fourth dsy of the First Jamaica Barbs3 MV4M lg T. • %  I UM trim 43 including 5 boundaries had yards short of the wuket keeper batwd [or MS inuiute*. who failed to gather, and McLeod branch and ran safely into his crease. The hi II.JI K \MIJI a boundary run aava Bum.his individual 1-r.t... Pincod t William* b Bark** • Thoibourn r Manball b Birr Blunders I b b Kma Ti MS .• H"W.r h KiM C Mcl^oa Ibw b C. H. WlllUms 1 M.idi c King h lloiavr I. Mii:n Ibw b Ki.s i nontrio ibw b affnbjaM O. OoodrMtt* c ruinni b WUIItsi Scarlett b KIWr M. BofiltlK l. Kma J MrLaod I William Heni> Street, opposi* the Canadian Bank of Commerce. lie stopped in front of two Bac h|t 71 ,„ Pollen Constables and looked canw afu t H ^^ ot uln into their faces. p],,,, f„l U re. Once past the hunOne CorutabMi enquired: "Do dte d, he hit with Immem >ou want something wlt h Willy Ferguson ably backWitnout uttering a word. iruJ h|l Scantlebury fell at their Mt% three sixes all off Ring and I* apparently in a faml. fours. The Constables lilted him on to the pavement In Prince Willian I Critics poini out that he had to Henry Street and phoned for a face neither Lirdwall ni.r MtUer Police van. Before the van ar—his chief bugbears. The We*: lived, Scanllcbur>. who hti] iccovercd a little, moaned; 'M> friends caused this, My imtuir. caused U A woman nearby rubbed his head with a lime and offered him soda water. Stum the van arrived and he was hustled off to the General Hospital where tl mined. I,.n MeOoiald b ruchrti r Hi-rii b Ian Johi..n !..: ri), MM k Jafcaas%  • Ian Jcl nowii--• %  M Hin T „r 1I. JotMK VlCTlil a> b Viirnun n rtaaartt b Valmtlnr .... U %  arvr. not out 1 Estra> i Total if^r 3 wlclwl.i IM Hal MB Total 'lot 1 wifkrlii 67 minutes. %  aaA.TWS.sa. a., I (irst from King cquarc |eg off Holder and %  •• %  to DIM leg lor a couple at d l**ajf EdMd fM OCM M mU i B Marshall aovti ciiow %  to bcwlad anotkai maldan %  make his score 95. He tin I %  .. Uej^and, Bonitto got ttirat 10 smaied b. Bm leg -n i bumper rinaleg off Hoktor. Thop and WOQl down t" %  <>• %  Will II : half i•• , Scarlett with hi: I besstd '" ""• n '"' 60 HI* "" ,M bat. The batsman calmly turned !" > V U V Ur „ oar Garner's XI Wins At Football A FOOTBALL MATCH wl rbived al Cllftan on Saturday las ipturnl b % %  i'l'. Egypl Will IVobr Murder of .\UJ • From page 1. Mulliner also will represent I public funeral services for the nun ot 9.00 a.m. on Tuesday. i'nv.ite requiem mass for Sisler Anthony was said at 9.00 a.m. in the Convent today. Her body was then taken to the Roman Catholic church at mail". Moascar, where it will Ik until public recjuicm mass on Ttwadi Johnson told newsinen on his arrival in Ismaihu CO that be fell %  iia-.-v.nabi> eortnln* 1 tb.it there will be Important ic%  %  froq the killing. Any ed m any rellgloun pretty important to bring Jamaica's Innings of 311 to Ml 3n.*> minutos. Scarlett had scorad 7 whlk r ited with 100 J'ca's 2nd lajailtsfft Wit;. %  I : :ilik King .i-.!eii aitk I (rom Ihe I broke ins dink with ,, 11. leg off the %  bowled from the pavilion i %  I ,. %  %  .';, I) BflJ In %  -illy mid on. Each baulite, Preacod turned him to the %  Tborbourn w\ ;i alngto paal i I on to send up ten on DM board and lak |i %  e to mid The lasl WU a buoipl Struck Thorboui Ihe ball going high over the slips lo the boundai rniorbourn soni 10 on the hoard kth a hard %  91 MI foiiilii and played out lb. remainlfu „ext away" to hack' ; took .' long square leg for a single and lake extra oovai offltotdey third lili "' 1, ,| ; 1 1 double n itnke from Barker, whom he livery arm Boniito played oul UM '"' : '" '"'" n '' '"" pilrh McLeod took I single liI,nw T L "' k Off Williamand then %  "*" ">g''s and 130 wenl up to extra cover off Holder Bonitto '* bo -"'"'.'' Next oveKtns bowled Mcgnt H boundarv off Ihla ... u "" oow.ito ai c A Maiden WUllanu bon lad a %  ton McLeod. Bonitto singled w diivc off HOtdOl Md later M c faOOd glanced this bowler lo line leg for a brace. The total was now 64 with Bonitto 20 ud S*oLaod 11. McLeod look UM only MngM off Wiiii.m-enrar. Mar%  haU was now g| v.l %  bowlMcLesMl Houlrd the board. M I I Norman Manhall the wicket KM] %  to the boundarv tn < ,. eon M. 1 . over Blnito. n maidens and Nichols Garni tour goals to Ott* Edgar Haynes and C winners. W. N; onv*for hi* team, Explosion Kills 4 id "Sister Anthony won by just a peaceful person and she had work here. rroopa of Britain, crack ifith bu the I'arachule Brigade moved back %  ad the into [amaUll early on Monday to complAe their search of the ttWM quarter mile strip of the town gdaad oo Sunday in an attempt to lamp oul terror tern— V.f. nl off him. LISBON Portugal, Jan. 21. i bumper, and Jamaica hod An amunlUon dump exploded Wicket for 217 "d touched oft n lire Mond;<> runrw. The partnership had added afternoon killing four worker. 108 run. m 93 minutes, and Mcand aoloualy Injuring — Normat Marshal] • %  %  a maiden tn III LOO I The an i.ti %  i ihg i" -i kets. i„ i ...^ l-eod"s contribution l Tfl -cote.I BgMJ "i" pit One body was %  vi. miles trom the sfiond spell. Tills time ed from the pavillun end to Bonitto who otr drove % %  couple, glaooad to ouni and ttMo goi a neat two between first ai allp, :u cover • %  ff Williams. Mai Binns 10. After Ten Holdei bowled UM Brsl from UM %  1 tluough thr KHM off tb. : %  fourth Marshall bowled '' %  lo Blnm lb idcr also lu MudffOUMd Binns who turned One body was found 80 fattl 'r-r.^rr.' Bajr-*. sr^sffi ; Ug. "" MM .ho bl.„. Girdles and Pantie Girdles Girdles in suci medium and large Each $3.43, $4.69. $5.40, and $6.14 Panne Girdles sizes medium and large $3.59 & S3.94 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10 13 Broad Street four tog off tb.' next ball. moved i n to 233, and Ihg pavilion end. Norman Mar hall beat and iowled Binns with bll Ihird ,> 11:m off break. Binns's seotc was 73 inclusive of 9 fours and i live and he had batted for 111 minutes. With b n minutes left for the bowleti maiden end of the da*' play. M.iiei ,r -'* n d^^ I pullad „„. | || the middle, and ,:..„. Hi %  Me r Mudir had taken a gingle off .,...%  ' %  ritovad Kin,; I %  %  Q ih, pail had DM puto :. %  „,„ G ff off ( the fourth wicket in 711 lfoldet and then did \iar. ii. iii Blnn • I Met AIM! glanced one from w lto 2 with n push to nns for a brace and ihen singled thul -.one bowk ,\ M iiHlmi.,. '" %  '' %  l •"' %  B 'o wild up Boiilt dloV, one floin lluldi *. ...?. WlUlasna' next ovw rWidad two minutes. MeLeixl soon got hi With t!u-total at 87. pace bowler ejuding four boundartot Barker was given his second spell dim (0 extra rovei oft I I. P. Thiibo.'! n of Atkion al m xi over %  !! ihen singleit i Ini "iT lha fifth. end Miller took two IllM leg to open his account. Miller again punched William made their firt %  •> li %  King from the sen i bourn and sent %  First Witkcl ( the long an | b) Blnna. This batsman . bowler t (| the fence in front of tht Ken si n gto n pavllson. and next lo ball Atkinson ovei the mid on position to give live Boundarv '""'' '" ,l1 l|,| *'"n t" put in^ William, bowkw .i maldan to ,u,al ; %  •*_. Bonitto, McLeod singled to %  quan Sinirles Jam i cond wicket leg off Marker an,( liitci Boultto T '" %  batanMO took sir.. when Thorbouth puUod BM from ernshad ona frora Barfca I tht "' '' %  '' ; : %  ,l M 4ir ,d cotfor dt 2 v Barker hard and low to Atkinson off boundary to send up 100 on the f !" ** 11 !" Uuwign Ui t.ip beat square leg who took an excelboard after HI BatRUtl 0DV '" ln lent catch to dismiss him. The McLeod MM bis MOn to M With "'!"'' v u B,n n5 ..""T."',',' 1 : acore board read 27—2 lg, B Hta eilt off Williams for a couple "J"", h '' t0 ^ n /?fi?J!!L !" ** Neville Bonitto joined Saunde,.. gnd then s.ngled with %  CtfMl SSLCS *" Ati ** m "•" hut the latter did not last very long drive. '"'' ?'*. ..„_ .„. as Barker again CMTM tMo • Thetttal W now 106 and Ku.-i ff IP Vragfffff^S picture when he had this batsman was given his third -pell. n, f !" 'JfTCSfiifr 0f T rtoto^i Mi.w. with only a single added to bowlod from the p..vilion end to V1 .,, promptly hooked fM four hj the MaL P.un.lci contribution McLOOd who singled with a cut McLeod. Next ball there was e wai I. BarfcOr*a tnalTtU was a past gully off the fourth, but the chanco of a pOMlble run oul I maiden, 10 run which was well m\ bowlwhan limn* pushed one away iwickets. ed Bonitto as the batsman missed mtdoff and ran down tin t H V.McLeod Joined Bonillo. 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TUESDAY T \si \u\ ..' I'l,: ll\KB\IH)S \IIKK \TI PA| rniii i I .... .. 1-.,, : ;.... Josey Hill Road To Be Repaired TWO thousand, two hundn-d %  id seventy-richi ei fnt Road. On the motion of Mr. J. E. T In I:IIII. >.e.-ondcd by Mr. G. Q UM \'estiv decided tO reply t. the %  of UM proposal. KxhlWH— %  TtM Vestry awarded one of two %  Cotartdt* Parrj School to-ceorge %  v. .:.. %  %  Giitmh of Pi*Conwr. lii 1 I'd tinaw^rd of the other exhibition petidmx litttlier information. Pie Conwr Roari On UM motion o) Mr. Broncawi l 1 rttted to the I>I Of lliglv OMpOrt thni %  %  kfetra to Mi. <:nfliih\ %  Thl' IT L. %  %  %  ton from Ml AU \ 1 35 other resident-..*king the \'< \i\ t:• recommend the im%  Hail Ugkuai \ %  %  %  : from UM P M < • I>I KJrton, 1 om| me bad lighting of In 1 1 n X*MU *o> a 1 1 <; rd u reported that lighting arrangement' had baa there had since been adequate 1 Or. Kirtou hut sent in his Natfrnatton M %  Coo nn ksnai 11 Health for the parish. On Ihr >*r. UM ir.stniiied UM dirk to write i)i KlrtoB rwnjaollng him to • Uon, partleularlv in view of the fad that UM and <>f u* only two months off and a doctor Wli an txtrtffltl) valuable memlw I Dioce-.au B in d The foUOWlni rielc, appointed to represent the church and chapel* in thi Dion Synod:I PofMh Churr'-. Mwrs. Colin Ward gfJd II St. Clements. Mi T rrenee Baker: s* B% J. E. Marvillc. I.SM lliiildiim Cttea Mr. C. De C. Howell ,.nd Mr. G. G. Harris were appointed members of the Building Committee on the motion of Mr. Brancker seconded by Mr. C. 11. Yearwood. Mi HnwHI gnd M. Hjrriss take the place of Mr. W. L Greaves ami Mr. J. R. Alleync. Legal Opinion In the absence of the Churchwarden Mr. E L. Ward, J.P.. certain questions by Mr. I 1 were ai The Vestry decided H I opinion of I ..s to the Of their noan of Health 1 their seats a* Vestrymen at the I.-; alaeCleaa, Rev. Pestaina. rector of the Pariah, welcomed the new \> 'n men Messrs. L. L. Bourne. (; 0 Harris and C. De C. Howell before the business of the day w s begun. Factory's Ashe* Under the Head General Business, on the motion Of Mi Brancker, the Vostry iiRaln deetded i" write la ii"' BaereUry of Mt I Palrfleld Ltd. in connection with the ashes nulsannfrom PalrWalil racury la 1 In the surrounding area and reouestui; that further ureent steps DO l.ikcn to abate thi-. nul Drop In Aiislraliu's sugair Ce„M>ii will total soc. tons, an against 920.000 I i; w in. r .v <-.,. iba Km v. tconomlat bt kart. An alH OOO %  %  (Of homo Uon would HI. 166.000 tans for export, it was pointed 1 The in j : train 1 %  Britain 1 dollar jHuition, the firm aid. Since the United Kingdom purantJn Australian exl>ortable surplus. UM roduition % %  ': %  %  sugars or a reduction in U.K. pointed n.r.r. B.W.L $ Spending • Mam Hm I international currency would collapse beore the end of 19S2. The task of MM eonftraoca hu.l been to recomBiand to participating governHunts, first, shorter measure* to areas reserves to an adequate level which alone could je-i-i..Misli into OOnfManea In sterling, ami seeondb to prepare long tenn plans to increase production suftlcientlv lo put the sterling area Into a and stable balance with the external world and to Induce h h would cncourai:-on a* main9 \ to invest capital in tin The conference full* recognised that short term mr.i Mithar a perma.1 desirable Milution. But. said Mr Gomes "A preliminary Mep must be to cut our cloth acroidmg to our^neans and the ulLitiun must be to make mora cloth. And all mn must be mobilised to thi> and Vital littered He tieiwed that strcumii ..f terllng wn of vital interest to 1 aaho could nut in tunaa of danger. Indeed the West lo1. i.i: raaponsibtUUai iK-iauie jii-t tnentlv lhc\ bad moved Into a doflell *'tth DM Olll.1 p 1 %  A. I OMW I •'..., paj ,ri.; 1 i.'.. H ill although Ihcy had long spent 111010 dollars than thO) had aartMd. What enabled %  111 !' %  A .1 Ifli 1 tli" t ii i.lher rgl< %  M llaya and Wt Africa which In %  II in than they h In these circunist-'M said; "it Is up to us to do what we can to put ourselves at least in balance wild the rest of the world. We have dune so In the pit. We can do so again l>y the exercise of some raatralnt arblcti should not involve grave hard ships.-' Mr. Comes concluded 1 ) pu ln| tribute to Mi Uyttelton and %  > omclab) eonoomad In the Colonial Office who had glvl i. -O Mnl 1 delegates He *iad been Given I" 1 oppottunlt] to pul UM I We-t Indie IN.I h,.th he Mi Wa wten, PlMOeteJ Secretary of 1 Mi Mi Laod I and Economic Adviser of the Windward lsi.,110 u, whom bo was grateful, had been %  Ivan .1 walcoma whuh was bout %  farm and ho pitahh Shi|>|iin<: Vjroals Gel Two \\ fi-ks For iioiisiillal MMIS %  i 0-.1 • ixiPMwnttani. ST. GEORGE. Jan. 10. Shipping agents here have been ajlowan .1 I wo-wai K 11 consullation with then prloctpali Ml wtesj 1. of long drawn out ncgoti.it Monday with represent.itiw of arnan over demands fo increased pay and unproved %  or) ing conditions. The lonKshorvmen. represented by the OratMda Workers 1 Union, at kg proposed an alternaUva to a previous demand for a SO per cent, wage boost, asking 33* per cent, and an additional cost of if n half-cent for the official cost of livinti kg -fed this, wages per hour of longshoremen would be as followsForemen $1-49. chief warehousemen 0tk\. Moral and truckmen Bite. Besides this principal dm md. the agents also have to put baforO ihoil |iinicip..l> .1 demand for double pay for work nfter mid* night instead of time and | %  |ii> 1' The agents, it is m. %  new rajc would be above those obtaining in Trinidad .md it aaaanad ti unlikely thai their pi would grant them. They al 1 a way in regard to n demand that aaj '•• retrospective from November 21, INI, which they intimated .it •" earlier meetirtj:. The auents have xuaranleed a iriiiiinuni of nro limn 1 %  lied out and immediately available and also agreed to pay dOUbla tone f • %  itarted al there waa Uttla tuna i" pondai over the porfl %  l r.miiei .1 ama pans of UH world iia.v up t. thcit 1 i^iin rentals and rates range from SO to 100 per cant yearly (>" 1111 r If arbour Log In Carlisle Bay %  l*-ndrt M V Ion**.. Vh Al U •! s. ', W 1 S.K PHANKIAN n • %  n M .. H.111J1 OUIIH .. • %  Sit.. MAKY M I.IW1S. M W. 1 %  < M-trM*ii iron awiioii insi %  s s tUIJSNAN 1 M \II M \WH. ITI-I Si t.uru -.NAnilJi un ton l\.pl l1*.'. reiouaac law ion* MI. Ki*.i lri. Ttinlrf-d lfll III II tW V K aw In Touch With Barbados Conatal Station 1.... 1 SB*. Al..... c-.-lwi. Sarn*aon. %  Rosa %  rtWT, CVnw< 1 Tintfa. MPI Driu I. HMolM*. FKI-I.111 klMR>IUnr>. Ni*i. Uraiia.ln. IMH" trts raui.K cliulia. Alnta Runnrt. K."-. I.-i< .rw-l. I Mi. um KaUHa l. HEALTH BENEFITS L. • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0 IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STRONG LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborancje 'J7i iiifi.i way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL %  %  da b| lull I NA-IURTI 110., 10100 Ne/son" Due Thursday STUDY PERIOD U S l^dy Nelwn >s exP*eled to BRlVt tMrt on Thursday Irom Canada via lloston. Bermuda Brttl I V .tin ri ,\ Ltd., fold Ihe Advoeate The l.ady Nclkon :ll >'• %  leaving port Ihe urn* night fo Guiana •iila and Trinidad, M <;K< maps Ji n. 17. Mr. .r Clark*, thjparintendanl '.'. Dominica, arrived here last week-end to BODd %  period of pi %  d ministration here with Mi 1 fornMf local Bupi la ti'iident who is on leavi taking up a tlmllar po bo lit it1 Mi llondurai. Cvtrallh Mflri lrr\i'lo|i [fofjourooa • From I'aie I A good deal ele.nl.. upon the OMMMb ol "IT • croase Colonial raw male: doctn.n .Mr. lluthi pointed out tonight that the lirst and • if UM tllci ( i'-|i;..' % %  % %  ( cot vcrtibility—now thl term ami of sterling are.i ... in gold ind doii.Iraaat MK, Colonial raw materlalg are bj far Ihe Commonwealth' h biggi'st %  v are being relied upon igain to play a major part in tehuiUliiw I.I. 1 .1 st step towardr conver ti bility. Neither OfflCHl CORUHUI Mi HulliT .,t In pri-is onfereni e ...... iWfllllfJ balances |lnt Ihi \ were MlllUtlei Mill. i-ve, %  rnh O %  Mi'd'ual Service ST Ol %  IRGI S .1 in IT Ui i{ K iapaX .1 an dent 1.11 %  %  1 aftei laining a CD 1 p ',1 tan up an appotntmanl in th %  hni Madleol Bi Awanls Approved SI .. I %  I %  hi 1 %  • %  11 i .. %  not ol ,i PoUi 1 1..Ban i"' Medal hi nx no Officers of tha I"' %  1 . %  I 1 Lewi I : NMIb 1' %  I ,.,Hlh,,!.. M \ M-.arn T M-.K.n-ie. A M.i.Krii.i. ] %  N %  1 Rum K 1 H Clartw, w %  %  > -i I K 1 %  MlaMw. M v M .1 .I.i M '.I ,t. %  %  %  11 1 %  ..,,. 1 H 1 1 ii iitc-mnx M .. mm M I i4e I K llrawn. W H rYVl'r* '// t..\thuil/(i< %  1 I I \NtTABV n MM IIHH 1un Baal %  .1 i In.iadMi s..i...,.di...i nn M.Oi..nil TDM • 11 ..c m* %  1 CDtiPMI. •• % aainmiikai $^v^^ llvljt* lo r/'nntr ii. ., igavn fntfi hlmnl 1111/1111 •turn impur 11 ii- in 1 Inel..1..I may ... rheumatic 11 hn and pains, tilfl and painful (olnls. bolla, plmpl and common kio disorders. Clarke'i lllood Miatuea b^lns to purify Ihe blood, cleans** the ijntm mad asalati In mtoriDf good bealik. I Wom.n likes to be: — GLAMOROUS, LOVELY, and EXCLUSIVE and wc now offer all these In our NEW PERFUMES ... by "M V II I It I. I A" "l %  II I > %  E M" front SPAINthf land al . LOVELY .... EXOTIC .... FASCINATING WOMEN PeTfum,. M AUEIIAS DE ORIENT MAJA also 1 T OILET SOAP. r.d I.OTIONS to mMch . \v. n re.|Uf^l . ONLY %  llmukvr'* (OUht) Itriif/ Slnrt-H l.ld. Broad stroui no** Irrli ilra(ri in Mcondi . ',-,',:','.',',', % %  .;•,;:; ','.'.'.'. '.'.: ; ;:***.'+*.**'< INDIGESTION ^HEADACHE •let double relief with double acting AlkaSeltzer HOW INI VIM' mil KII.1KK ? TBS ANSWKU IS W II I z % vlniii.t 11. it. ii, 1 tram Paia, Iran i ..I.I WHIZZ ^ I|IIM k relief In ull of |lwM •"! remember ONI win// inn s 1111 iMiith OF TWO OKDINAKY TAIll.l Is ^^=rr ir SIOK(S & BYNOf ltD Age-iij ,'.*.', . , .',;;',•.' ;:.-n I.i:. I n ii throbT 1 airj I ":>nd mote %  V',.i Sclwn lo nght 'X''' 1 %  aaa dunk a glass "f II sivr you thr j wart plw the gaitii %  / need I'lsasant .ding Atkarrvilte* you l<*el p a supply on hand. .. .:rr.ifpi i l a


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PAC.F mm rnnnuKK ADHK VTT HI M.IV i vvi M:Y .• %  11 • BARBADOS fikAl A'(X*TE IT,t ?--1 Tnrvday. Januar A VISITOR IX M\\ YORK THE EISENHOWER tHE NtiWS IN AMERICA IO(\l 1*1 II A THF Barbados Publicity Committee bagan "Deration in 1933 with a grant of S240 from the Hi III IIIIIMll and $3.M2 40 subscribed and donated by Transportation companies, merchants, banks and hotels. S4.6J5 have .so far been o'litnhuted by private companies. merchanLs and hotels for the tourist year 1st April 1951 to 31st March 1952. Government contributions over that period are **12.900 In 1933-34 a total of 6.178 tourists came to Barbados of whom 991 stayed at hotels. In the t.mnst year which ended on 31st March 1950 a total of 17,212 people came to Barbados, of whom 6,085 stayed at hotels. During twenty years the Barbados Publicity Committee has grown from a small beginning to its present size. At its pierhead and Seawell offices, officers of the Publicity Committee daily give visitors to Barbados first impressions of courtesy and helpfulness. In small but important matters such as the sIe of stamps or safeguarding of tourists' property or in official entertainment of visiting journalists or photographers the officers of the Committee give more than good value for the sum of less than $5,000 that U spent on the local offices and staff. By far the greater part of the Committee'* revenue is spent on advertising Barbados outside: seventy six per cent as compared with 24 per cent on operation expenses. Major advertising expenses are incurred in the United States ($8,96406), Canada ($5.742 04), the United Kingdom ($3,859.28) while $9,600 is spent on booklets and literature printed outside Barbados. The rapid expansion of tourism in the last twenty years is a tribute to the Publicity Committee and at the same tme serves as a reminder of the increasing volume of work that is thrown upon the Committee. The time seems ripe to analyse what has been achieved and to enquire what the Publicity Committee should become after two decades of successful operation Hitherto, the Committee has laid emphasis now the f>**V News dealt with a couple of contributed lo thai DOB%  %  %  vt..rld ki. • expressions, introduced into born '" aT P* n professional polttlL.I..L .1 plat) the crowcti bus. They are abo site as DM tw I In with between 40 ai % %  id ji ufusely illustrated inplain nude 1" btiBf Mo later* .„ prln * a Hntish seaHi failed by 7 miles, but SO pages, h ' s written an indelible page In ith th ""' Klorious history of "those that previous day's Q, .. ght i. ippen%  ** "> h <" *' %  >" >hi P "' km who want ;h<' %  due to arrive in New York M sports news m.t Mart from UM *'"i*-'-o. but already hn. name back pages; those who want ;o ' by-word On television last -e the pictures first look at paye. night one we 1-known figure re. mutrii. ... '"red to Capt Carlsen %  request to walk up Hiuadway thus This rave man who faced th( dangers 4 the raging ocean alone v. ill no) I roadway He will not face the dangers of New York ne; and then to the middle 'centre fold" and the flnanc and business magnates Vaactlj where to look fa Uk luff. But at tin look everyone takes weather chart to see u it's fair cloudy, cold or snow, so that they will know how to plan their day > %  activities. And all this is lairled out la the strictest silence. Only UM tusile of the paper comiI the click-clack of ihe ti.iin. '"• traffic lad columnist in a morning %  M <>f Capl Carlson's •HmdM failure "There's no shame In losing to the Atlantic hen It is not pacific I rather like this one i -he Adi'orotr. has made %  Lo Linda Darnell. And I find that the neon Uvi UM American actress who R. M. M % %  ( i H l WASHING TWO men made all the news in America Chunlull and Eisenhower. Churthill for what he will say tu Truman j and the world. Eisenhower (or his apparent agn-ement L> contest a qualifying round in he presidential election An announcement from Republican SenItOf Henry Lodge said he has entered Eisenn wer fur the New Hampshire primary elections n March II. New Hampshire is traditionally Republican. And. by the State law. if your name is •ntered for th.primary it automatically goes .mward unlesj you repudiate the, nominltion in writing. So everyone is waiting tensely lo v ee what. anything, Eisenhower is going to do about t'pudiation. Tonight's reports from his liaadtiarters and private home in France picurd him as silent and lyblg low Are among our large stock of Home and Hardware requirements The type illustrated is 26 gauge in 2 and 3ft lengths Priced at SI.04 & $1.68 die. xhaustion. heart failure and %  arlous other ailments experienced only during election period. And r.maiea BW.l.Ti definitely what about < h r J r m f c "''•5 1 ( ons %  put out when Ukt discovered Arc these of the sedate cousins some of her prattles! baubles class? srara milng Bul thls aparl the com ments recall some notes 1 read or wrote The %  I araj own fashions In Its Tallulah Bankhead s maid a Mrs. and furs valued at *I2.500 C'romn was charged fin larcenv how the story nppenred in in connecuon with some cheque paper which she altered. The money Involved was in four figures, and the l.i" MI on cltbei I MM quoti d poetry when they gave their final addresses. Miss Bankhead .is every movie gner knows, WU once a leading light in U of enles t.iiiutuTit and this fact hoisted the case lo bin hcullineits were top newHem. while the Warwick on Novernber 30 but abo ^ ..^. UM Ko,e„n Wa, was still undo•erepted an Invitation to'• **!* %  .. ,, wn5 Iefrrr ,. d s|aad BUI this is America Which T'T'^L "' a !" R5ri Acrob.l.cs". and |,,v t"" %  pointed out how a candidate h-. "The actress took her most to "stand" before he could "run. %  .d...d,l. icwellery and some for %  l in the House If h. other possessions out of town •stoodit meant that with her. but left the bulk of hei -running and h. had to do both baggage In the hotel. Her at the same time If he ran .aw maid visited the apartment on "won", he not a "seat which h. Frldav Jany S. and found Miss would "hold" for a certain lime Darnell jewel box open and a even when he was standing .. S3 mm -ilver-blue mink stole the floor of the House In fael missing Cram • cloaat rack. Becertain members ""rl'mted then twan 20 ind 30 pieces of jewelsueeess to the fact thai they could lery valued at annul *9.500 had "take the floor" CO attno* MQ been taken, along with the mink question, ami hold It for noun stole Linda I"l,i the COBI if needs be. More than one chap Aniong these w-re a gold kfy has loated that he had "eairlad pin with her name installed In the House." and while talking; It ruble* valued at MOO; Initialled me was sure he had it with him pendant earrings $300. a diaHe promised to 'how me alUr th. niond-studded gold wrist watch tea Interval but unfortunate^ 300; and a gold S! Christopher couldnt w-ait However, this glani medal given to ntt In happier is still "holding his seal dnvshyPcv Marlev. Hollywood might still have anotlv eamernman from whore she I" — "~ ***-* hl u '" Last week UMTC wssl DOUtlna l Prinw Ministei Winston Chuchill first. Bd Capl Kurt Carlsen shared Ihe spotlight between them. The 77-year-oFd British warrior-pollticlan came, anil hy teleu-n.n I saw and heard him greet the President of the United Slates In the same old cocksure fashion which has characterized him all his life. There was some doubt ahnut tin warmth of his reception before he arrived but "Winnie" himself rndiates such warmth, thai hearts na art oiran. and he was greeted with acclaim wherever he went. There Is a little story worth nailing. It appeared in more Ihun onenewspaper It was to the effect lhat a Senator had asked the M111M-C htm dotna his feat OUR III-: A III 'IIS SAY: Winl iilitiun Fvtlrruliitn tJiiiltlttvrism? To The Editor, T/w Advocate— S1H,—1 g.nini U1-.1 Hi lency "ie (wvarnoi baa aritad UM members of bolh the LagMlatlVs Council and ihe House of Assembly for their view* on the proposed Federation of 'he Wcsl Iruuan Isl tfKU Nuw Mr. fcdilor. I have recJ the Federation Keporl and cannot for the life of m' see %hat is to lie gained at the present iima by the adoption "f raoara* tion. II Is estimated that the eatf of this hohhy will bfl 411811.000, '" SB18.400.00. I considei this esttmiite ver> much 00 th %  low side; any way It 1* %  lnxur> Ihe West Indies can ill afford. I have also read the Report on the establishment of ,1 Customs I'mon in tin' British Caribbean Area. Such a Union would introIf he stays in the lists, there will be a light mtween him and Senator Robert Taft. of Ohio, to see which of them the New Hampj *hire voters would like to see nominated to! \ killinge Truman for President in Novem-lj ber. ;! Il would be a big test of Eisenhower's % %  •lineal strength in a typical Republican State. And Senator Lodge, speaking with great elf-assurance in Washington, repealed that le general "personally assured me" that he I Republican (his political affiliations have i.tn in doubt till now) and that "I don't ex>ect him to repudiate his entry in the priml ry." CHURCHILL I THEY described him, affectionately as look-' H "Pickwickian" One reporter, trying to do slice to The Hat. said it was a remarkable. wn-i'fT stove-pipe job." They bent over backwards to be as tactful 1 tad hospitable as only Americans can. Thus. [ < % %  minutes before he entered the room n< nhe held his New York Press confer•Mce. an army private tiptoed in and removed Revolutionary War picture from the wall 11 j;ave offence. The President," said the New York Time*. ;teeted the Prime Minister with all the sm•nty and warmth of an admiring friend." ie did, too. Little touches which we at the airport ;ed were when Truman tucked a hand under *MJ visitor's arm to guide him over to the iiitinf, "mikes", and again when he sud•nly turned for another vigorous hand-clasp ifter speaking his words of welcome. C. S. PITCHER & CO. Ph. 4472 •,'ss,*,'.**'*'*/"''.'*:**". ,',: ;: ', '/////// %  ; JJtUeuut&ma&f 6fm>* Intferewl MRS JOHN <;iLLINGHAM. of Oshkosh, Wisconsin, lost her purse during a New Years Eva ball. She reported that it contained 500 dollars Now the purse has been posted back to her from a nearby town. Oddly enough, it now contains 1,018 dollars. l3> Where is the money to como from" <4) In addition to furnishing' To The Editor, The Adrorale— the actual cost, we will be SIR,—It seems U> be obvio ealMd upon to supply iho that while Barbados has cases Federal Council with funds murderstabbing* and ftghtiiu to maintain such Colonies nearly everyday as one can re-' who ilnd It impossible to in your newsp..i".s W pay (Kg 1 slop the cinemas from shownn (5) What Is going v bf mil one wild western film after annna—lal position when we .ilher—gangster films and al eet a. few drv years, which iouh types of entertainment Cei It U mos, reasonable to tain eUues of the populatio. eai*;'The only prop have childish minds and appu •• available !o Barbados is t" emulate what they see ,, th, iaiir Industry. ? %  ?•"• 'J. ,OTl u : e T Yours truly "ahtlng films must set a very b;c i xample to minds such as the** COMMON SENSE A FILM GOEH. 2011. Jany. IM2. Hmiki-r* In Hriilgvlaivn fMff Hi'iiuii' To The Editor, The Adeocafe— SIR.—There Is a saying give To The Cdildr, The Advocate— .hem an inch and they will take SIR -Kindly allow me to draw an ell (whatever that means), to the attention of some respoti duce free inlertradlng between -, ve 'pn, on old horse and they „ lb i c parly, the increasing Inci the W.I. Colonies. I am or the wtl ,,,1,. hlm lo hell." That's the dents occurring from this dej; opinion that such a Union should CU( u|tn Min „. of the hawkers menace to pedestrians on the be brought into being and propm Bridgetown today. The poor highway. erly tried out to ascertain how It pedestrian just cannot go around 1 have again been attacked < %  would affect the smaller Islands a comer without fear of leaving lne public highway by thes who try to pay their way prlneihis pants lorn off with gigantic ( t r ay dogs, and for me It has long pally with funds received from baskets, wheel-barrows and no^v pa t lhe tt mK* of a Joke, where I RavgfUM before giving I re* that women are selling wood an concerned. Is there no society niiv .nnsideration to West Indian and coals along the street. Now or in'titutlon to see after this dlradtratlOt. th.tS the limit. Imagine having Rl ue ful situation? to Iry to tell your wife that you ^LD VI' A.s I %  .fcuvi..tion is cont ^^ or „,„, olack m ,n, on 81h Ja m2 ccnied I understand lhat both vour cloUiea when you were doing Jamaica and Trinidad have agreed ,| lolipmi ,,, i,, wn We know /7( rfriV t'urrt'nt In pim.iole to the idea. y ery wr || x \\*\ there is no market. Jamaica. As far as this Colony Uul ,pn)cm ber seeing a notice 7^, T he Editor. The Adeocafe— 1 eoncerned. when Mr. BustsW hi,h s-dd that they were to go SIR,—As a frustrated and diamante visited Barbados recently „,. (na i ihey had actually contented applicant for elcctric he w-,i% reported to have s.ild lhat ,p m( to Temple Yard. An>iow, I current. I was deeply interested Since the Pioneer Industries Hill know th.it thev haven't up to the m the Hon. H. A, Cukes defense had been passed in Jamaica Uicy time of writing this letter. Bul of tfie Electric Supply Corp. and had developed a large number of fc i r do you agree with me that his suggestion that the Chamber the sooner Ihey go the better. of Commerce consider the quesThankniK )TOM Sir for space. i, OIl 0 f asking the Electric Com1 um vours respectfully. pany to connect everybody even I it meant load shedding industries. This Coli therefore would be looking for r. 1 n irhaUi to ship UM factured products to. A Custom* Union followed by Federation would enable Jamaica to obtain an outlet for the sale of """* ,-oods In Barbados and the Windward and l.cewarrt Islands free DISGUSTED. TssMfM To Coil To Thr Editor. Th.' Adi'oeate— The C 0111 pan y howeve r. Ihelr excuse to the Vestry for only supplying twelve lights. never mentioned any shortage of of UC ssr-ja rrs=. SL9LLtt* %  ";::."'.; >*''<^i !" S ^>^v>*.fs^ZS'tL'Zl "^Zil"?,'"""" Age SHOULI> a policeman's lot be ended at 63 1 whether he likes it or not? Two hundred and forty policemen, faced with compulsory retirement under a new law, appenl in New York. HUM wtlli ba SI It has shown ItatU In many ^L^SSS wL vet siren to. „,he, t,xat,on. Ba. Vuli(;Uli Iu „„s and Mill of us ^ir wUfS refusal lo InVtal curbados In urn has noth ng to hou | fl bp thankful. There *~ ,enl to u* middle claw applicants. export to Jantaici free or dut> ^ ime 0 f u w ho are planters, and who arf u^yajiv a frald to express Trluldad. This colony to a others who make their living by „„,. ire i V ences lest we be somewhat leaser extent is In the ihe crop*, but all of us depend tinused hvourabta po altsfin .,. 1( i banaal by the land. It bag bean said that Ihe eiThere is not a single thing Uul So serious || UlU shortage that l.d lishmeiit ol Fnuamuan WSMH nan ean bouen which is not the Company ruts removed the m.ille Ihe West Indies to aptaken from the earth. God still meter and discontinued proach the Colonial Office from a manifests his miraculous power from a sick lady who had to use united front. Now Mr. Editor. io-d.iy as in the days of yore, an electrical appliance, this be* Often doev this become ne-cefHe does not ask of us water to spite of a letter from hei sar% Whet, such an occasion be changed into wine, but after >et they granted the Ul the case of the Sugar B long process. His water is nd power to sand hi Question which hes just been setchanged Into various gifts; certled a Commission was sent from lalnly, we are as much surprUo.' the Colonies to Umdon to argue as at the wedding feast. Thi'Mir eaV wbi ( h served Its puryear all Barbadians should more S'i^rt'^^J!; ,ose and can be adopted on than thank God for the bMixi* JJ Si^^^T^^ keening '. I:KfCOfl IM, an 1 "" "" %  "J ' !" .bundant rain of The ( %  overnment Electrical Inspector. MiHssua disaster* have lh, •' w uUI remove Hie impression %  \^^ir^ '"-vtn, bid them, and may we praise Him loured. (tTwhat are we to gain bv aval UM nwra En Hi* mercy and this h E PIKRSCN ARCHER It) What will be the cost to ^ tmmm BK 6th Avenue. the taxpayer? <> J n >' l9 BellevUle. Outside Blair House the crowds shouted Yea, Winnie!" A Washington department tore took the entire back page of a news'jper for a huge wartime photo of him—"We <>in the millions of Americans who greet his extraordinary man, typifying the spirit f the great British Empire." Said the irrepressible taxi-driver: "He's a mart old duck, all right." (And "smart" in \mencan means shrewd.) CRACK IT IS NOT all honey, though. Two MidWest senators, Henry Dworshak, of Idaho. ind Bourke Hlckenlooper, of Iowa, both Re>ublicans. say: "Churchill, as a realist, should know lhat various United Nations countries. neluding his own, have not co-operated fully %  1 the Korean war." QUOTE "BRAilNS have no sex," says a chic. fiOI year-old grandmother named Mrs. Maybellt I Kennedy from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who gets sworn in tomorrow as Assistant Treasurer of the United States. She thus become; the nation's No. 2. "T-woman." No. 1 is hei lifelong friend, Georgia Clark, who is Treas urer. ENTERPRISE AS SOON as Hollywoods Hal Wallis read 11 his paper about that gallant sea captain he nipped right over to register the title "Tht Flying Enterprise." And burly Burt Lancas icr will play the lonesome Carlsen. TV TROUBLE—1 GOVERNOR HERMAN TALMADGE. ot SelMdje'*. London is one of the many famout buildings which have been painted with International Paints. If you require the best in paint* alwayi specify International %  Our ager.ts will be glad to advise on the paint for your |obTi {>/*' %  /•/ %  > jffot DA COSTA & CO., LTD. COMMISSION DEPARTMFNT ROYAL DECREE A Very Fim Sherry nv HOVAI. DK P.O. BOX in), BRIDGF.TOWN, l'.\KBADOS ,','s,*,:;' r ','.\ ,*,*.',',',:%'*'*•. Protn whlen 1 curvet 1' be number ithm Irainstalled. meter floors, of bungalow: %  st year had feel that ind can be adopted future occasions When our legislative bodies are also tor the 1 mi this matter I suggest peat No sei thai they keep In mind the fol^"J^'" > been Yours faithful!.. iiniui! HUM T00DS DELICIOUS ANO^ THRIFTY For vour Bufffi Em #0 Georgia, well-known for his extreme VktWl ^ ?u8?ARD 8 pownrR on raci* questions, complains that some ol 1 a, „.. m America's most popular TV shows are upenh \ Boutin^ the South'*segregation laws. He doeL not mind when Negroes appear in their acts alone, but objects violently when "Negro men 111 -''" m dancing ensembles in close juxtaItattoH to white females." Cracks back Arthur Godfrey, product <>i g ^HROOMB • ne of the shows attacked: "Has the Governor *; heard that Negro boys are fighting for U B Korea?" *: TV TROUBLE—J £ MRS MARGARET WHALEY. city libra£ ALL BRAN SHREDDED WHEAT GRAPE NUTS KRAFT CHEESK ANCHOVIES 1 SARDINES 1 PILCHARDS I SALMON 1 A8PARAOUS ITARROTS ding rooms are being badly \ e. Reasons: Users of techni-jS the library's readii strained for space. cal books say they can no longer concentrate at home because TV is tuned in non-stop. 101' f tMiir-f thiw 'l> it I'll if it l.i J & I! INRKHli) niAi Supper Ptrty \it< lnn Iff//. sf'of Kltihii's AYLMERS STRAINED I Ui| )S PHONE GWARD'S We lleliver



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TUESDAY JWTARY 22 12 n.\Rn\ncK vnvo< \ir PAcr nvF Ctvlc Circle Wurtfl To lii.nl Hedge M IN IIIAIMM;. n of the %  9100 to i %  %  %  %  that '.'w iimimnn of the -it* ma> be enhanced C mmiHc? lid bi considered in I I %  %  out that *• I %  I %  of tl the Chnr hi i lisufsed %  HI out of %  %  %  iot r $100 %  thai the fe used to i' %  v k Cm Ic to prepare hart been .... 'In .' %  had now lost much of it* former beauty. \:s v w hOUld inform the Committal' %  >! the "lie position i-egai-dine the %  .pending of the UM) point .mt th.it the matter could not be %  (OM March. i Aie WM not opposed to UH \. M. %  riling aside the invpent under the %  direct sup.Tvt.ion of the Churchs ,_ /„„,.„/, /,,„.„,/.,„ wirden. but he would not agree I' to anv "nunider" spending a cent of money Th| nrreplrd by the Ve-try and the Clerk WM .ns ru'-tn.i to reply :<'cnrdtngly. 25/For \\ fJimtatag \\ ill. ItottiY ii \ I L H \ %  \l S II \ i Mi. Kail :-.! nd S M days > • .luling Ivy l I f. 8. 8. L> %  Ivy Drakes told that on %  > (..!.., : 1 ho bom* .ii %  ] %  i Bol BUlU %  rlt* %  bottle and as .< i .i wai cut This A %  b It. H S|.,l„. 1 svd Teeth Loose Gums Bleed If net *Ted bat vrklng %  Ulvatie-n, please write lor I Id I HOOK Which Make* GODS WAY OF SALVATION <-td the tii-. t>an of h.. aii. wi.l t.ifc.NURSE 1DAILA FEHO'JEBON Ueftl ha. -ccond part of th* com** In Juaa ihiyear Nuraj Fsrgui*aon wan formerly employed at toe Children* Goodwill LeJU* and Bahy Creche for Urea yearn before she left the iMand for England with a batch of other Barbadian girl* i* -aid that *he It. eo)oyiiig her *tay in England and everyone la kind > i letter to Mr John Be. undergoing practical training at Ht Marga ret'. Hmpital. straiton. England %  %  %  IN hen lishing Moats Tv ifo Ro/mirvd %  the ST. JAMES VFSTRY APPOINTMENTS Mr. S. II. M.inlah m I -.' % %  Guardi.m of the Si James Vei%  Mi J C. Criell to 'be •Mrs. Mil only nbi>ul H s Benurn IB B*D*I Marled UN IblllM, HOA1i, tie repair, d it Batbahefaa beloi th>.. return to Ashing. rhU .i UbtHnln Bald >es.enlii> I'd. i .-pairs will bo the usual nniior rvpaln wkdeh irq Bturted in anno illy, before ihaj painted, There M* "vj M | thin (Chairman Welcomes St. James Vestry BEFORE the bu|inH| of the St. .lames Veatr) WM in _. lay, the Eta Canon Johnton, Chsurnuui tri the Vestry, welcomed mcmberi ol the new Vestry, and aftei ling %  fpaclal wercoma to the new members, paid I the work done on the Vaatry by Mi It. SK. andMi D I Wabata who reaignad at the end of the yeai the \ a lUkssl %  %  ran staki A Qillu Drake %  i %  %  .HI in inaddress Mi i> % %  with the can ..[ AH. mi who i' n .mill %  D %  croft ami Me, i' %  WeStei .it OahaDj ataaon WBATBOQI I OMiitioNMi Pltl Willoughby Wa'.cott rinf the pa [dace ble '• P eh er t nan who lett Baihp| ;| Uia aheba and returned with Bah Mil. the old dab MatsdevUt*. Mr Thr irge^t amount of fish r.•land w hunt I a I %  I ( %  ( appointed a brought In on Friday and Satui ">e pnatnl on the Church day last respectively There was [the St. John Bap%  onaa difficulty i (l aattbii I M %  | i rich S"ld on Friday but the B, IJ,,,,,, brisk l|g was an lodlcaUoo of '. urn I %  ; ;;;,.-^fo,,r p M, Joe, itp'e ioc aI i & c< Ltd.. previous site i Bathsheba playing Arid. part ugb .H.upvniK g placsVestry asking thai th. VaBbr) % %  Qftqu 1 %  1 uh •on w-i not a mcmbei for some method at prhsclple rate-payei M rheli Honoun Wall It, tint'iiairman are assc-s.-d. with .. rit I %  owing n the Una of m< puea iHaaallafaml veatrymen, and Mr. Jeamaon also gave notfew Ihe bottle and 1 they were all hoping that his of four oUm moUorul U> b to ihe Vaahn wouM riderad il tht next rneetlng of 1 f hi? %  ueces^ion. the Vestry. They wart ..,„ o-) u. w the Playing rkffldi Commliw. r ^ %  „,, ( .„ llt> .„ IltI has decided 10 erect decbiion and ti j th# ing 11.1,1 which would th benencia to Ih. 1 ntln 1 %  nity and by ... ehudrcn and adults to have recreation? 2. "As the cost of Ii. .! %  M HI the Veal %  00 foi th. 11 i *.t 00 f"i 11 opening?" bt vorthj llrnkeii aWviOf NEW ARRIVALS NEW YEAR AT nriATimilllAIIS Nail Nipper* 1'apor Knivea to Caw Indian Bath Boap Tek Tootli 1 Com Pads (J. B Ji Mu.lerole Tel.o Jock Btrap* Belladonnit Plaaler* B*by CieaA and Lotion Ese an ce of Chicken Essence of Baof Nongal In Pkand Tln I 1 t in Pk* and Tins Aiumol Xuppo*ltonr> %  TeatMlUM Banogyl Tootk Paulo Ruthymol Tooth Paato LloydAdrenalin Cream Brewer** Yeaat Tnl>l*tClarke'i Blood Miilmr Oly ft Black Ciiriain 1'i-iilc II a lib ..range Allrulniry'* Baakt Storaiyl Olii'iii.ni Hall 1 Win* Thermo* Haaks Agarol Vesamu Tablet* Analge*k Balm Ca>tor Oil Capaillea Oad i.iv.r mi f|g|g*alii Bun OosKlr. I.II kln.f-l pt Due Arrid Deodorant Porimwln (for cough*) White Boa* Lotion "Souvenir*' Playlug Card* Daachlen* Bymp Pr Werner* Powder Lanalol fall kind*) CHI 11 VUllllHilllll) III). HEAD or HKOAII HTKEI'T Toffee MADE IN U.K The Peifection of Confection WALTERS PALM TOFFEE LTD PALM WORKS LONDON W. 3 MnlClILriUiAl, REQUISITES 1 von av si00ik 1x11.1 in: • CUTLASSES • SICKLES (L O. and B.Y.) • SUGAR BAG TWINE • ELWELLS CANE BILLS • AGRICULTURAL FORKS • do HOES We Offer THE HIGHEST GRADES AT THE LOWEST PRICES Ithlain Our Oni.>/.„.< v //•/#•.. It..,,,,,,, I ls,;ih.-r,HARRISONS £ Hardware Store TEL 23G4 mill. P:u-isli Church. ...„ n „_ He di. Sh-rllv befure the last House "died .the BuildinRC.im.. e.. wciil into the matter, and after having been B n; " „„,.. I..r C900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor. Ihe Vestr> ta petlUoned the leRislature for permission to .. • %  The petition was placed before the House of Assembl> und a h; ,„_,, Bill introduced, but was not gone throush wilh. clue to the bu ,„ dij no! cxpeil tlic Ufa ..l 1.1 ba mv tuna in Ihe fact that the Local Bill would M-.TI I... ,',uf r £900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor, the Vestry 0 ,.-.. ;::;";;:,„.„ „,e *&~.j* hss-Ji* r^yzsrig for that parish, all Ihe parishes, and it proroeation of the legislature t hiaa that unpn-iuK**""" %  • |V migri hav to be taken over til ihe Loeal Oovarnmant Bill and ii Jordan, the Churchbv the Central Government. the Public Health BUI : tinmailer under 'Mr. Jordan and Mr. Searlc. Migpam I lhaj *ould just lie m;.rkmatten ariainf out of tnc mmaaatad th;t the matter should be ut. ha pointed out '.he |.iiiin ruftrred until March by which ind Mld mat th time thev should know the outWhOle ii-.i'-tei DuId have to be come of the Local Oetrarn gone into again baton ttuq could Hdl. and h the legislature for perNun.es' Quarters. to raJM Ihe loan. lot Ch a irm a n rcmindeu the Wilkinson aaid thai the two members that the matter ol should do constructing, a new rOM i"i KM now that the Local Governrne.it Church was not alternative to aOJ Hill wai going 1" I* dealt with, other matters which should be the I 01 i-nntc i rv provide a B use i for use along the S' coast at laatl ihiie I week to keep roadk end iiaaehe* %  md 4 "For the if] gl the Alt will tin T-.il. I fa th) • %  !. %  roe %  bietlhjl iMl 23 lor Speeding worried wai THEIR HONOntS Mr II Ihe thairman that he Vaughan and Mr A J II II ould endeavour Jp work In harKheU, Ju.lges of U nv paaca and goodwill with Court of Api" m e mbe i m UH waied Joseph w (letin;. %  of El Mr w n W..1..1; ilao thanked InatalmnU or two m lead to ''""' "' w "h hard labour -ga. thai he n-iulil try to speeding while driving the aid, and be I for the food of ,,u M 2534 on Baj weal j A. Walcott woa worried was wanted, ..-—., %  | ;.-*ed change therefore thought that the pen %  !"• T(e v, in of Loeal Govl.on should %  House. Tnt chairnmn i..n rCqiH led L " xt '^ trnment Ajtminnrtratlon would and if it wai not entertaineo:. not aUael the raUtaa of ^ ii-n then no blame could be attached lh(1|r ,0-.,^,,,, Ml 1; ,, us was th.Can *ith St. Lucy to ihe Vestry and Mi Webal 10 -..•.. : '' x v.ho trual uiiiutcessfullv to ral*e When member* yuggestcd that ..,, ,,.,.,.:,,(.„,;. rnitntaTs i |,! %  '"" •' %  l 1 "' ''' a loan due to the Maude bill, ttic propi*-.i MnrtructlOfi would h< vestry. Laahley—attachefl to the J „ cost more than was on tad ->• M, %  )( johnaon .d*., loioad Vestrv Debts months ago, the Chairman, a*W1(n (hl> ,-,,.,,, The qiK-slioii w.i* aho raised as sured Ihem that if the, wen ,,,,„„ ,,. Ul( u ,„ ,, ,„„., to whether the House of Assemable to rai-• n< l ,.',,,,,,, .,, \], | tan ..11n the petition to go of a loan, he WOUld undertake to (ror uH| hr W||S ((n<> nf tngin Aooe) x cort amountlnil to */through U Ih. fact that raise the remainder. s:vc We „ t nd me whom |h( j. 1 I Ihe change coming The Vestry decided to send the v.strv wnuUI greatly imb defendant nt-out, debts in.urred by the Ve— llranrh .il Central l-nll.c z* IraveUlii hour on IS. 1Sir el' III. MM I I FOOII AIU.\I\S Tor lib This Week English Potatoes—per 10 lbs $1 20 English Potatoes—per 6 lbs 72 Onions—per 5 lbs on Condensed Milk M,irie. Sweet Asst. Custard Creams. Trl Fruit Puffs. Cream Crackers—i-.. Ih Pkt 54 .40 Danish Saliimi Sausage —per lb %  lb. Pku Dutch Pea* & CarroU—per tin Dutch Green Cabbage—per tin Dutch Sour Crout—per tin : trick Cream—per tin Smorgons Frankfurterswr tin COCKADE FINE It CM $1.31 I 00 .51 42 2B 33 .11 Vri.YSf *;#.. StOTTA •*.. aUnt aVve*f *i SanMat ewf Fir Hi Aid 1 <>'*>!• ims 1*1 # # roi*#Mf/"ft* aw n Imittl ALOCINE A Concentrated Chill & Fever Drink hBMOa r I'.iraaitic Skin Troubl"lllVMfil. IMI l.sinv -worm. kill DRf.NCII A Mild Saline Apoi i LEANSINC, IIBI-Sfll F< l throwing of! Il hi unit t RA An Abswrbeiil Dresiing for Animals. tAHAKOFF A t'oinp'd Cough hUxl Also KOMOUAN Bl Powder. KOSMII I \N KORSOLIAN M neral Bupph KNIGHTS DRUG sfioms "•January • a W! %  : Bli Size Bin time for new TOWELS : COTTON TERRY TOWELS 1 in. x 42 in. Basil $2.26 A DI x 48 In Each $1 99 %  •< 41 in. Euch $1 90 COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS Size 16 in. x 32 in. Each 90c. Size 20 in. x 40 in Each $1 56 Size 21 in. x 42 in. Each $1 % Size 33 in. x 66 in. Each $5 07 DYED COTTON TOWELS V\ I" Blue, Oreen, Pink. Size 22 in. x 41 in Each $2 10 WHITE H.S HUCKABACK TOWELS 14 in. x 22 in. $102 18in.x27in $ 1 11 18 in x 32 in $ 1 63 WASH CLOTHS Size 11 in square, Each 26c CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10-13 Broad St.



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE ,1 l s|>\V JAM ARY 22. 1952 CLASSIFIED ADS. lELtPHONE 250*. %  I c.fwirr I %  unbar ol mil" • | p] I. r ... IHI l> THANKS I'...-. x... 1 llv*. -I-, tOH HJM FOR s\ll AUTOMOTIVE I | MI--. MM IT i-atdltion and PSf) O f — %  Hartli Wheel B.II r imiWIUlf or late DLI MM. Courtey O. \MM\llIMv IMHI.II SALES rULRCUlaUE BICYCL* mil from Mrur, A. Iir Prncead* (or eh*fill PI Ift.M NOIIUN NOTICE r*m.N en i IIIM HI p< H Th* PamchUI TlMiutr-l Offlca .... be eloaad on TUHdiVi t)rid ,r,a JB"" Janunry. at II nw WOOD GOODAJID. rarocr. nl TMnim X 1 1S-J\, Tl \i K TRACTOR Oliver Cl> II • CY) DNWl fOI I od W or TDS — immeduifci Dial Mis. CouftaaV %  '••>. n %  \ MirTOK rvnjw. p. hi .1 i -II aarly HrnMAl A TAYLOR'S OAKAOB LTD It IN MIlBBI. OWOBB i-"dii.oo 4BM mi . A|:ls DAVID atTAlp lb I AB In i...fret ,.le.. MM* OB CASH AMI Jnr c o T %  NOTICE %  X3nd and Mlh InaUnl al r CBOROX ORANNUM. AW J*B mental T W urw. St. UKhaM NOTICE %  '* %  %  oi •? PBII.II i ,...,... i,., i I-.. Nut— at the Si Pi i~ rtrnwi i uva undent mad i fully UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER '.or.. received from tha InDAV Ik* Bl OM Po*d la Mot Cu •amaped at CbarlBn MrPr.earner Co Ltd ehapal *,traat Sal* t o'clock Tarrr. ia.Ii BKANKEIt. TEOTMAN A II) A MM aaja) J" I MIt. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER h %  tha 1A%  Mi A>i>a IOII i dona • cm mlr* i %  Damafni TffliU CaaM. SaW at I urn Vlntant H t 11—4n SHIPPING NOTICES X.SIIMI AIBTBALIA AND NIW i I ALAND UNI LT*. MANS UHK M V TXKOA la aipactad M Load a* ."or to lor Trinidad. Barbadjon. Ba.pmja M'l) January and amvii at Betbad-o > 1PM Tha M V. MOMSKA *ill ..•'mi Car pa and Paaaandrr* (00 Anitarue Mantaaml Nmi and • Kill. Sail"! n*-lr la ba notidad %  W I BCMOONER OWNERS' ASSOCIATION ISC i CaaaagMM Tala. >a. MT JI sr THE THIN*; YOU lOESD MOM BLANKETS $3.25 M.26 Pupular Shades — SupremtQH;I1I\ THAN i'S I'm.. %  William Henry Slrt-tl /.'.V^/.W/M'/ ',V/W/>V I I V,V//.'.V''/'V''''' V -'-*-'REAL ESTATE SliiTiiHCYCIJ dana. i • \l "' i 1 IOSI A MM Ml L08I AYmiir. *i"> Il.-.ul I inMrtaall paper. fine MM or OM J J Tho'.. A>*l>rai>ti a Hiuaa and Midwife, and muat tor*. with Ihnr airplK.HK.ni ihnt Baatlmi. VciocatU i tip CartJftrMaa a wall a* their Crrlinralaa i( WorklnM CMMHUnn '"nmatanc). MorahiT t-i* For Thr xUiy altMhrd to U>M poM 1U dtt••• %  •• P" %  •"" UnifotT... |r<| u dl 1-h*— and aquarian Biruvkdad. I Tha ,.crr*afu! .andld-i. ., U alew, all naadarn Oil .i-mi .all |i I I | -ih Avanur. IVllavllla. aon.InlriB; 1 hadt.m'i* diaoim and rtinln* am and all BMBaWp lanvaaiMnca*. %  %  •.land No rMAandhM Ml Dial 4TPJ HIM * /Mc^stouHMp corn, man ill DOS. Lid. OCBAM RANGtR %  MOI STBAMBI uila UUi sil.\\ir. aalli ISIli NBW YORK MRVKI NEW ORI.KANK Mi'.MH Ind Jn-.mvil •no* 11th Jan it" ELECTRIIAI. i p. ci' | Clara lo Ina Board • 81 Philip FURNITURE A HAKNCS A Coital pit Mr. If AM ntlrri tlw I '.a,., tin*, pr WWII II HEEI A VII I Pn* I Mi fan.. I. 11.11 Si Oi.i.. 1-MIV i M pr. Ilitrh Mac Vai.ii.rtttM up. •Part Upr.Blu IAIM Mao ra".larl Arm Chair* H~~~ rh. Deal Kilrhan Tahlr. from I iwardr. Iron bot i from MM ,r.l.. Clat Diriina Table* (roan SU no wanta. Inrtudlrui %  larsa varlaty of i I.' *at Ba> I i . MIO Dlil Jn LODGE SCHOOL %  %  r lor tala %  t ihair U.CT HO, IT Hih Straal. ; Hrl'la.-t..*.., % %  ta.'.a.i lbII.t dar al laa-a.r. It*l. ii 1 > tha aMairanbr bulMlna % % %  < .ind ".M* rabo.tK rlluata on %  -i landa nf Cloud UalK Ihaj rraldanca of Sir Dudlry la,;-k TinI '*a* raa.li ( Club -,..! tummauvda a r. paitirular. a. 0 tvodnian. f aaaa apply to.iTLat, CATri.RD A Co. %  MWSMI M )• .-.lilVrd lor i — I .I. Hi I "I Mi' -' > noyca. A PARMKK NOTICE MECHANICAL NOTICE la Ih* I.lair al IXIM IH-.-.1 lha Katatr .,f r<> UalMl •• % %  I I in. bland on MISCELLANEOUS Ol 1MROI Mi CANADIAN III1IU PRI Nl-I cnalbrrt \l.oA rORITAN ALCOA PIONIX". %  i ASTCH \ TTAMP-R TTTXAMBS A *TCAMKIt lanuary l*lh JanuarT Mth Frbruary till, referuao BM March lllh •Vbrviarv "and Mairh Ml ",,. | Mn Apill and Thaaa vraaalr hava limited pat'in on or hafara iltr IHI I pw arMtii SMI 1 ihill pr.. %  • the jaarl. %  -i • %  % %  • ri.tllli.l Ifcpaat I l.-i ...i' ... ddMa and vUMna .." %  <>< whirl. I Bhatl %  dtawlnd an MMa Ja l r Modern e. ItSI al 1 pm al our orflea l> I* I M%  spi..-; HOP HA CWVXL COAST l da and indr Varan %  OPCRATOH National Cadi nnol liaapin. M i,i "ip-'tunr.' pi a* at fad %  .>!•" MaBBaH -H %  HI. I .'.' %  canaidatallon will nUo l.a sun. la Inavperlenanl |ei v.n wh" I Hiir. IIUI.IM: UiAppiy II per"!', will, wrltb Unn. Dftd. ii.. I ii* Plavina Raaoidr arwl 111 IU*M •i w* bmk otr|aT< ton. A HARNPS A Co. Ltd. IB I T.J (In SAXTSMAN WH MISCELLANEOUS CAP nonv I arr. h.-t> in Good prirr pniU CO |..i ll,i... pt| .. R, II. ..I % %  SHARK SKIN A haa^v lABtorial for rtiaKltd laiil. waar In iray and baHoa .wida. onii IliB yard. Vl*ll %  an Slrrt M VI .HSO\ \I • %  I urn a. i ilor nrr I %  nil. RTAmCY NICIITlrlCALr. \ i %  IWfcla. Hoan •aifo I lrfrrt*f* satis EM ih*,,n.i...„ %  ... Opal ,.ltri I1 f.J 4n I IMP PXTINfll'ISIirKS Nil .Wlfl. ii all typeiiaiaid.. inrl.ullnc Siiin*. IIACI-.I. No annual raf.l. ''•"•ai> .0,11 when oiBil Cnunpii '.<•" %  1 I'rti i -'i ... ( imiSTlANA M lor Appll....'. N II Tin* npiihr.ilUHi ml rrad ilium I to ba hald v | a ... n %  1 M Tiirad.O v !'.:' .il II Ol It A MalatOO i %  %  %  MMET MAJOB Cai .i lietha an.-, r b) a ihomand II Iniiiion ptublenia. Prom %  wb-li of Inimat Major you MB Intel Danchaa. Blotaaa Pi.iure.. 8h HBaal Hi LMBI BulklUio al> Available from Slock — coplact ft -i IN A lo. ltd Dial 1 LIC1UOR LICENSE NOTICE The applirauoii of Jaa A Lynah Co. Ltd Mcichanl. of McCrasor B*. I i*i,......oi. in >ell Spint* Mail liquor*. Wine, ale Bl a 9-atonf] wall bmMuia, In McOrafor St B'lown l)..led IM. IB". -I.i %  '! '•>. %  *!> '' %  > % %  I i i. it uiupriTii. KBP, A| Police M-p.-li-i. Di. A JAB. A LYN1 ii ft Co UM N B —Th ApplU II GHIFTITII CANADIAN SERVICE From Halifax. N.S„ and MonlraRl. poi.Yitivr.ii %  1 •^ %  t-nicATr MIIICI We beg to notify our Cus tomers and the general public that we will be closed to business from THURSDAY 24th to SATURDAY 26th JANUARY, for the purpose of — STOCK-TAKING Our OFFICE will be however, for payment ACCOUNTS. opened of ... Win. FOGARTY at—> ltd. UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE I ROM SWANSEA. LIVERPOOL AND GLASGOW N U HOGBHAKft ' %  H..11 I Krrpaal fll**aaw It Jan. B Jan SO |M i.,.-..,.i Anl> U.K. IlllJll-. ii.,...a.. I,.. laiu-an %  hair nSVe. N.> 17. IHh Straat. Ir.dav lfc ll l"ioar. IBB*. %  l*u p i. Il.r .HflllnailHtUM called ,:: i.HMii ill I i.iid tharalo n.taiiiina I ro.nl. pairha* M Ihareboui* adloiiihiB Dt Bancroft* ra*ldanca at Loan Foniab-lle. Tha hou*p 'Havnm and dinlnp alBM, breuklB*! room two badrodfna. Ihyl and halh and np*lalr1 badl '.rile liahl. MBBJBR 1 I I p I.I and 3 p m Ml application o.. Ilpreini*. "If further pailtrularni.i %  ii r CATTORD %  %  %  Al I HOT* i 1 Ma IT lliot. Stio-t Ri.ddI ml*' Ihe I.I riB t —If. IBM ... • IKltT"andlnd on kvittn %  I land al Wal.haa Nau M ahaal Tl* d-ellinaho..-. ,.idah. iltmr and dm.rim .. .rhenelta. toilet | %  m and ninnin.' rnom in Hall of tha land | il.iv on application n further particulars ol ale applv COTTLI I \ ..,..1. I.O\l.ll^>ll-:.M' >OIH IS Noililcntion his brn received from ihe Hritiih Consul of the %  ieaih from natural cause* in Ihe Hepublic ol Panama, of the following person" — Age 7 UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE %  i MniVl Antwerp Rallardaaa l.aadan IS >an IS Jan Bl J.in Hale. Rrldfrla* BatB.da. %  %  %  I Afc-eots • PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 03 HOHERT THOM MMIII PI \ STATIONS m il DIM, LOWER BROAD -ill I i i i-Miu.. r s.ilea Aienta for: Trans-CanAtla Airlines, D.O.AC, and B W I.A. ALCOA ST..AMSIIU' COMPANV 1 I, iil.-.n. No. UM. START THE... NEW YEAR ... RIGHT v"~ {, \ \..n %  tRTURO .>TF.WARD >SKIMI A (JKIFFITH I.IKOHD PADMORE %  HARLRB CLEMENT WI1.FHEU A WEFKS \DR1ANA CLEMENT JOHN EVANS I MIY HA WOOD CECILIO BREVILL 65 Unknown Date of Dealt 14th June. '951 13th June, 1951. 10th July. 1W1 24th July. 1*51 6th August, 1951. 2nd September. 1951 9th October. 1951. 3I1 October. 1951. 13th November. 1951 MONEY STOLEN FROM FIRST AID SHOP THE First Aid BhM ol Bill BoWOB ,ii Sinn Hill St James • M beokaa .n The canes are tha thr tiu*ti" ; tha late E. it. Pile and i*red irs SUCH A RELIEF TO HAVE NO TROUBLE # WITH TEETHING.. M Try ghHag .. ..r baby Aahwa A I' .r. l.,f .in.' I'..1-... Wh an % % % %  ..I.H..,K aoolhtM at taaUakna %  Thaaa Powdar* .'oouN r^nlar n...lM>o*, promote reatfd %  leap, or* ai>t..|i.|elf -\l I. ASHTON ft PARSONS INFANTS POWDERS fl€3t€S> WORN Th* WOLD 0V£ *-—_ ^y/v'////^WrfeW*V'^v//'^w ORIENTAL SOUVENIRS SILKS, CURIOS. ARTS VF,NDEM08. SEDAE. JOYF.RIAS Y ARTISTICAS CURIOB1DADEB. TRA1DOS DB LA INDIA CHINA r EJIPTO f 2riiYcui Piles .i .al.'.ilarh. 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ESTABLISHED 1895 Barbados Should Win Karly McLeod, Binns And Bonitto Impressive rp i B. W.L $ Spending 1 O-UaV Will Not Be Cut IMIWIIII (By O. S. COPP1N, JAMAICA, with four second innings wickets in hand still needed 199 runs to equal the Barbados first innings score of 753 when play on the fourth day of the first Barbados-Jamaica Test ended at Kensington yesterday • J !" H P ^" y f u rp n9ft l He became assorted tne sound condition of the wicket four days old before play yesterday, although there were only Sunday havthrea pi.. Jamaica, at the end of play on Saturday had lost nine wicket* /or 296 run and with Binns at not out anil Scarlett 4 not out, OBly the skill and determination of Binns and the comparattTSl] lu-aiiKihie hatting productlvHj of SearlMt, ctood between the 266 run mark for nine wlcketa and i>r the Jan inning*. fonhdrnt But etranas enough, Binns started with more confidence yestcrday than he had shown at any time during his inning*, of the >y of play. lnuniUata|] confidant and he took seven In lite second OVW! i>f the day. four run* coming by way of ,i sizzling oft* drive oft Kins Tor four. tenturv Binns completed his cenlury that took him almost thre and a half hot.: more than useTui to .not spectacular hot workmanlike for the on-: part and it was certainly studded eful onside play and beautiful driving in front the when the aacai itself. m on, 442 rum behind ai, as 1 predicted |MVitaUa and one at once wondered hOW thev would set about trMng I'nsucceaaful %  ucceed In giving the team an openu u thai would have indicated .i righting total Prescod was out in almost similar ungs. He QPOks to n bouncer and was out again at square leg. I was not expecting this since Prescod executed and some became associated Binns in a fltfh wirkcpart -•nip that added 108 in 93 minute)., and eventually topacored 1th 19 >0 not out was %  lantlgtl • give him the confidence lo set about piling up a good Individual once and unUka tha fini n|| %  ,-tT mark and scored at a quick rate. McLeod's dismissal at 78 bowled b King and Binns' soon after at 7J. brought al>out by a well flighted .hanged paca off break fnmi Marshall wns a grievous blyw to Jamaica and now only Mudic 4 not out, Miller 9 no* out, %  hsyfksf Bonilto. Ooodn Scarlett, stand between Jamaica and an innings defeat today. No Chance %  Jamaica achieves the improbable and wipe off the 1S9 i it. it is unltkel) that they will W able to do so by such margin as would entail Burbating again with an apptciable score to negotiate. The> Barbados bowling waa teadj .lay and again it wag lMiked up l>> good firli'. hap* not up to the very huh standard set mi Saturday hut still commendable by lnt< -. standard*. Farmer was again outstanding in my opinion and Huntr on the boundary -aved no end of runs by quick clever antii pat ion and accurate returns from the deep. King Consistent Frank King has maintained a lerriflc pace for the entire match nd trig 2 for 3fl in 14 overs Is mail indication of his very vuluile bowling assistance to the MBt Barker yesterday kept up fast pace for a longer period "..in he did in the first innings but I am al a loss to see win more not made of Eric Atkinson. -Ing i Surely there was ample M-npe for ither defensive at least trying him out wllh a few trokes that marked him ""''" especially as be has eetabetaman but it is obvious lisbad a reputation for steadlncs-.. that th-. bouncer on his bedyfi his and the eaporiment even 1/ not Achillas heal and he will have to, *"cceasful would scarcely be an find some answer to this sort of i expensive one bowling if ha is to enjoy any] I.lttjo Help reasonable measure of success in Holdei „ ((l „,.,,. hvl fnim lho this tournament piuh and fus 14 overs for 4K ( %  nod C alrn [runs without taking a wicket Thornoiim, whose valuable, though not disgraceful inB 0*1 rtfi mil as MODMBfU] as one Of fche highlight* had hope.' for under the HH.I I out to a very I tipns. ch ..IT Barker by AtkinThinI little reason to son at aajuara laf am) Wttk hll that Barbados will not win lodav went much of lho but I am sure that the Jan skmdai hopea of the Jamaicans will have benefited considerably Ihll gume. Saundcrs too from their first experience and helped to make this avan mON the chances will be Co.: %  men he was again out in the second Test tuna Barker —in the first innings it wa* King. j U.K. Closes Consulates In Iran II, JO.-.I I'll \\ \, V\1H %  %  are shut %  K The I., %  %  %  13, KEVILI.E BONITTO howled by rrsak Ki&c for 43 twecn Barlisdo and Jamaica at Kensington RATIFICATION OFJAPTRFATV tlAVOLRFl} WAftHlNCTi '% %  %  favour ratihcaion pi toe ., i %  . of uic Joint renorti mom vsowi i i tun Arthur V. Wathin-. the kattau but not Itl U Xt D Hi I i It) of State A i top Laval ad*ta% % %  laattfii %  I i Watkina oonModa d thai japan's abandonii i*art Of UM H m ii aald t" ba -hat hlie tin R %  %  %  th. HI oi the i i ttletnent ..f Iheaa i did.Qalck Kitillcation %  LAW, \ain I think he mist Eej Die lift of tlie KenMnglon Wicket and plnys o much to quiok onaa pitched al a good length but ill o^ ttiev Park. Me docs this reato N ho is automatically %  fora M tan tet his bat down and he Is sent back having been hit well in front. Neville Bonitto, one of the most %  batsman in Wie team seared an attractive 43 but drove ..ver one well up from KlOSj. I think that this stroke was too muck m the vicinity .,f a Hash of • for such a valuable batsman because he did not get behind the ball neither was sue head well over it. Slow But Sure iter, and a MI.KIC in the ngs took 40 mil d he took in getting the measure of the bowling and when set waa good to Adciuiiivr Wuirfh Nliil Support For Kr-urii.aiia'iit (By W. GKKU;> Jan 21. HOT Konrad Adenauer is in all-out bid for a solid m In support c "fW German rearmament th, af aim is t %  %  II. i rantanWin %  %  %  . . largest Party in the West German Parliament. So far. they have lutterlv otppoa(d the agreement thai Adenauer itlng with the Western Truce Talks At Dead-end B) ARNOLD IHHill i PANMUNJOM. Jan. 21 K> IVM armistice talk to have reached a dead-enu today ith both sides refusing to iMldaa. Only a major pelicy change by the United Nations or Communists %  an end the endurance COOtaol ind save negotiati I oil a pee. it*>ili Sub-committees working on the truce agreed to ni at II a.m. Tuesday. But neithe; held out any hope for agreement. Each side served notice in two Sub-Committees today thai it Will on tin tm main %  ui blocking the armistice I Nations demands for voluntary repatriation of war prii"! • a ban on military llrl slmction. The U.N. dcnicl the crommu charge that Allied planes deliberately bomlicil and strafed properly marked Oommui convoy on Ut> yang-Kaesong road last Friday It conceded that some such Communist vehicles might have l*c hit during an Allied air attarkMU mileDOftk Of K.iesoti — l' P. durin Ji*i" %  i that Communl | will be quirk. < ,u. r n smuiu. —1 %  I the guaranti i I I ipai Yoshida that hi raeogniia % %  to I howavor, another reservation whV Japan of .ill b LI iradad with Bad I itagjg war DJ %  Wiltkir %  .... limit o-i %  .;•..(in, for Qfefa i rounding j Alli< %  hopes to, rm my lo contribute ("""ut Western Europe's' *'"e '"" Four Fall From Lorries Three men, George Koach Hunan Roach and James MacLean, all of Aahton Hall. St Peter fell from motor lo .long Walls Road. St. Peter. yesterday They ken to the General Ilospitaj Hugan Roach was treated for b fractured shoulder ami George Roach and Jame were treated ...id discharged talk them arouno. so Germany's • ntribntlon will 'i .nail. r.i!hi than scrape through a dissensionParliament. i that tn. Boeial Damoctm) i with him I.. I national unity an I the long and embitterc-it will have been fought out. before the West Germai I ":< 12 Divisions ..•, unit will mean too that almost I was going around %  man soldier will grar.. slid oft. They fell off be in uniform before the end of.it. %  52, Wharlon was a worker on the —I.P. Uame lorry from which she fell, Irene Whartoti of Cottage. Ml fiom a motor lorry Uon Road, St i: .iM p.m. yester.i was taken to the H<*i-.' serious condition and del It is understood that In %  on a load of grass on th. of the truck. When u. Truman Presents Budget To Congress (By I1I1K WEST! WASHINGTON Jui 1|, I si., 400,000.000 • ' %  '. Ml,.' I.., |-.„,. nounced plnn.v In, ili.uhlli • ttonuc Mtponi Tl i Chli I I ipelled ..in the third IUIMKI budgel evn Hibmittad by an %  % %  Wr 11 Keils Force Allies Buck riera %  i .i front todaj .i %  %  ill emu and m< %  %  the r.ilrtlnn i>arfy affafn I U got cloM :.. hurl hand Red If. I On tin -it IN %  %  hunk %  %  hunker I 1 %  limp A Sabrajel 1.1 P> bi how Un itad rr. Churrliill GntehtH ( | On Ifonr-uork NEW xo K Cliurchll %  %  %  homework, but he will com* on Tuesday for a parade I Britain's PrUM that hwould spend the %  M . i %  affan .mi IIIK on %  ui moat I i mum. iir that tin %  .lite. he hop) FINANCE WXISTFRS TAJJiS END ll-roin Our Own Correxpondenn LONDON. January II h dollar this tuni^ht 111 .in exclusive inten-iew incsj Minialfi i %  lit London, i UM Wosl Indus dsssVtftatlon, said he thai UM enatribatkm ihe West Indies would .,.., %  IconCen ec r.^-ommendaTions ba to ity i" keep kmpon '-mntaes as tud Japan ;it roughly tha aSUW level as . n i L ->i the I .!*. KeJtjsOl Riissiun Qaini On '{t'tiirn Of IViMiiurs that the no i-ihtic.il I 1 Id would be of ChurchillI will taki %  prlnv Him i %  i : nhattaii by inemen, the Air %  MOO-woi Truman -aid lug out! %  milltari RreagM <>t the t'i %  %  ii %  !. II to gain hei ends. Hi requested fAlJOfl iiulit.i' luring Ihe tei %  anothei United tn aid and %  Another Sn.lOOgOO.W i : >. m Ihsl 111 tereat on the mounting national debt. Taxe* The Pn r>ew tak revanw bu %  Ii I not plai %  i %  i Ihe H MI h oi i. %  %  leas pressed by tha Whiti %  oel |o no a. turn ///f II. till I that she was kri !io \> I I 1 • %  Ight. Hi %  a> <>n i age, i %  .a ..t importing %  %  %  olumc .'i pp lurb So Ki.ili. In.ri I %  I II Indlvldu i %  %  %  utd earanara with that I | Ml I Of .loll I ire HI IMJ will i i IUA2. in plain word) III (|0l| • %  . mas em inkfui -., haw the .. ui.in.i thai tii %  r s A hiksn Impa i .• %  m to 'i %  u |n| v o %  ight ba asked to agree t %  %  the iti. pot M %  haw %  Hll it..it (or <; %  %  i %  in brads an latlon I i Europe which I %  l i ., %  .. putttni whlen an no %  .. i..i iii %  oarUy mean %  More Euarts 11. repeated %  Wh.n we have lo igalnti i gpandlturo of foreign cuifawekss. Seventy ,, 1|( up .4 v-teiii -niilri he mitigat%  1 i lion would •d %  Individual Oovarnm tl.i.-i. Illev t ,l "' "'I %  -! lltilitovcinent in (In n balaoca of pay menu. Method, I wlUesmdlvklua] karri. %  Un v..i the bruail pn "on. BU rlinj: \re;i In Debt Ol Mt|>:|| I. : ,. to the whota the world. Rssarvsa nf gold id dollars wars dwindling rap* i. n Hi, is unchecked 11.. n %  • On Pair 3 CVealth Mu.st Develop |{t k sourccs l.UNLHJN, J-n 2\ . Mr. l.vtteltou I. to Cosonial i the rUrliPrn i I Us osnao I %  to put si %  lanes with the i. M of tin world by Un ball Id, 1VV.> %  %  %  to-day's i'I'M were (hose iieaiuia! ii Bagaiop* WSalth lesoureea anil the need for "frequeait \ %  Wall K oresenled i tha lolonies will t'i %  ill .i on th.working party thai is to • Bible mean "i inci aai i monwaehn produetion and also at %  111. .al Ini'l" whuh %  ill tak.phsM hciin in| lo review piogreas on (njsSMfSa now liemi lakei raasa suri Colonial tenitori* with tha part of UM world i i n sought from "out i %  I I %  Raw MaloriuU Minutei %  I I %  %  i, Thi .ii %  b> the working party ting opportunisttm ll .'i.iiiiiHinwealth raw ma'.. #) On Pane 1 the if I 1 .lidrean l After i. 21. V ill gi\ % % %  %  rejei t loday U %  -rued all [HIexcept wai criminals. The i.. %  madi .:. htogs %  uiy Monday. i onflicta with estimates of UM, %  • than 1,000,000 •see taken World VTai ll i <• ^tiii in t ads. I i • %  l( % %  note was a reply one aant tl If j %  ailing on the Kremlin lo tell what happn prison i send represents! today in (.. %  Reda I'M. I OmAi In < .i oufl.-il SlrrtU MJOi I by munisu riding Mi as in broad da> light In alreeU lodurl passers* b> ling C#ovln.MKia buildings. Fight of the wounded w* to ba ui a "sstsoti I %  i rrn i << % %  j %  k br,l Jf„ ab y u 1 l l %  %  had been %  %  •P UMos llslifriitfii 111 ,, % %  -! Ull.l From Kitchen To Bet! i ii i\ of the ret are IvX'Vsttaria nali it Vlrlerii had . hrt iniiliif lead ii M raas. Un n ft a/aai ba lt> Ulll III. Illlt. I) %  %  — ~ ~ '' QUAKE RFXORDED %  A 'fair 1 %  tlon wa 1 %  iiogiiit-h. it was reported today.—-IT. Careenage Is Crowded Again ij again her %  els For the past week, more eeh) Dunn;: %  IlltlOlll. \ || V inOuvl-aaii. Philip II IMvldaaat. Mary --. Lewis ronkl.,, ii I laar] M %  % %  %  • i : I %  i m i .liana broui;' % %  %  ga eomprising %  | ind aiso fruit %  rrji kiwi li E. wis 1 %  sea . f i %  r I r I I.I %  vtei %  P/I. ',,, ******** J6t*



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PACE TWO IIUIHUHIS ADVIK ATF. TUESDAY, IAMU UTS Ccmib Calling M B. C. M. ADAMS CJI.G Leader of th< %  \ Hmhlj n % %  %  unalca on Sunday >.ftcr altciulini. II* annual meeting of U*t Council o* of the Wrt ir. i % %  hi a a member Mr Adam* left Barbados o** .lanuary lMi; Back from B.G. B ACK from a six-day visit t<> %  Guiana (v, dad) to Wbaf Com* L A Eggicof Civil Aviation m this area He rrturned yesterday morning h\ n W [A First Meeting M l' 0 A 0ROMM1TH. Admins i .try of • nic>ting of the Governing [tod> Of 'he Easier:; Institute la the abatnee, Uirough illness of Mr. Framptoti. < I> an I •Pi Ajrleiilture Advlaar. Mr Grosrmilh went on board ttM Gnlwte when she .ailed here \ ll Kil1 "k r MO formerly %  .'• of Uganda, who wan en mu'e lo Trinidad to Join the slaff of the Imperial f Tmniral Agriculture, as Professor • trrfeuHurff ("u I bright Agreement L KAViNu foi da> by B W I A H. A. Til ii London of Hi.Fulbrtejit Comim i: arrived here icccnlly from Jamaica. The Ful bright Commission la an agreement batWfJan BrMaln and the USA. for the exchange of research stuacnls and Othil Liiivcr*ily worker* Annual Leave M R. AND Iflta FKF.I) TOPP1N irrtTtd tron On Baarnl ii w i A to spend two week'' holiday here. Staying with Mr. Toppin's parent*. Mr. .out Mrs. A. R. Tnppln Of en," Hasting*. Mr Topi in who is with Bot JUfSl'l Branch in (.rrnnrla Is on U |v lli< wife i* tho former J' Grenada Visit A T PRCSKNT on a holldry i .i ii. Granada to %  •.-.r w Fni\vthc Of the DiOceas Of Antigua. A son of Mrs. Blanche forxvthc of Virlon.i. SI. Mark's, . ,, in the Virgin Islands stoos lc.ivtiiK OoslrtoJgton Collage. Barbadoi, %yhere ho studied for the ministry. POCKF," CAtTfOON OSRI Hi I w. \ i ; ii Up and About M AJOII nuiiKin w.' Montraal who optnad the Cancdinn Bank of Comir. %  ring from an ; % % %  ptour laj .it hi* iiome in Montreal up and about las) winti-i VtotUng their daughter and SOn-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs. liar. St foatpl A Son M lt CUTHBERT MARSHALL. M i \ I rag irrlvad from Trinirdaj morning nnd expeels to he here until the end of the month ii shall ha* lust become a proud father, ihls wife, the farmer Jean OeJt, presented him with i son on Thursday January 17th. Canadians Jubilant A CANADIAN (Hand talk me that Canadianvtthttng Barbados are generall> jubilant ;.t Canadian Funds reaching par ..iih rs and soma art of the opinion thai us fund, maj ba at .i saghi dtocouoi baton loni Laka a irvrMii view of mtagr a discount on Canadian fund* would give Canada in the few competitive export rn.ukcK avaUabsa lavalopmant of Canada's natural resources haa increased greatly In the past few years and new sources of oil in Western are reported weekl* production has reduced oil imports substantially and with OH • \|H>rt of raw and products to the US has relieved Vie dram on th< Incidentally the successful method i>f indirect taxation in Canada has attracted wide and favourable comment in the U.S. as the be* method yet devised to fight Inflation and has attracted large investment and venture monies Into the Canadian commonwealth Delayed Departure M R and Mrs. Alfonso B do Lima return* I.. HWIA. They %  Tipanied hv two da Ugh1 Mra on ;• and Mrs. de Lima orl| on January' 17th. but at Hkf tofl momeiu had to change plans. M ii Lima i' Managing Director of Trinidad Jewel. Loan Ttmlllari and lie also has a branch store in Barbados. Three Week* M R AND MRS T. MALCOLM MILNE of Trinidad who had laying .here .lied to Trinidad over the weekend by HW.I.A The) were accompanied by their daughter Claire During their three week vi-lt II staying at Accra Guest House CAW Manager, St. Lucia M R AND MBS F S. POTTER flew in from St Lucia over Iho waofcsaid bg KW.IA. J running champion Arthui Win) who Is a medical helping to organise the ball. "We are not very good at calypsoa in Jamaica", ne said, 'though 1 expect I could write nm if I tried." Another helper. 21-yesr-olr Valerie Howard, vice-president ol the University Union, g>| lay a' interpreter lo a group of members of tr.. Union of Students. She hopes t> get gifts for the ball from BpartWl universities. At the Carnival Ball. Cnltosjs Unions hill probably lake part In a Mardi Gra procession, dancers will be in fancy dress and usually sedate room s of the tTnlvatsllf building will be reI Jamaica Inn. Caribbean Room. Kingston Hall and Rummy Retreat. Hollywood Itnilllil-I |i HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 21. Ii goes without saying that Hollywood, in the rule of succcslul salesman, has not contemplated -ny changes in presentation or personal appearance trips as compared with la programme. Actors and aclresscs have again been selected lo address civic student bodies in tl) ia %  !.,'. %  Opars forums are again pioviding players with the chance to talk at first hand wlih ordinary ltd indirectly pay for then salarle) The main thing, however, is th Ity presented by the trips to have fans m< %  I lies In Uu n.-h On that alone. aa almost every Hollywood publicist srottld n ontnnd proyaei iwarranted. An idea of ih< area covert i marls. i ill' was obtained by i nt Texas visits headed by John Wayne last vear. The troupe travelled 2.604 kilometres, made 85 appearance IWd 318.000 autographs, gave away 350.000 %  movietime" souvenir*. Initialed RMT organisers as a means I'libliclty 13 1 I Klhj WAY I ty Beachcomber B.B.C. Radio Programme W HEN I read that an industrial Arm had incatvad an ordar for flO.000.000 worth of large b-nlers. I picture, i US merclal traveller who jerured the order being congratulated 1>> the head of the firm, and modestly sttribUUng his success to a daily -jiieiring of his ball Wit*] BttlbbOKm*, UhB hau oil wl i. h Is tho p.ut what %  lot of rebuffs ho musi have received And snhat fun II must have been, after haggling with people—("Won't you order just one little bolter?**) to land this whale of an order I also picture to nu %  U Ina foreman, when handed the order, shouting through a megaphone "Attention everybody. Drop wha'. you're doing, and start on C 10,000.000 worth of large l-.il. i III /'-.'--Ml; A PLEA for more international sport, as the best inethod ol improving inteniatioT.il relation really boils down to getting the Russian^ to play eiicket. as I have often pointed .Hit. IU an ing them to say thai Stalin Invented eileket, and by awarding I hem Test match status, we might bring about %  Ml I feeling "A i > %  games." said a profes>>ional f.t %  bailer who kukid I Other day. "would have the support of .iii iight-thmkiiig people." The clergyman who is in trouble for leaving his parish lo go to Yugoslavia, where lie hoped to purchase a llontansMI forward, had the right idea. It ix now up lo the British Council to lecture to thO Bulgarian*. On last year's county av.i Ptirii-ririu. Pii/fin." 'TtHE traffic In stolen fleas X surely cannot be what is called fclmost universal Who would buy them hut th* •-.• of flea-circuses or Iheir agents* I read that there was one i :h.--. (hefts thO Other DO] i; to stop this scandal would ba t< apply 'he ft aaoi JoHiai %  "ootball tern, and eneourau.trai 'i • with high prices for ouutandmg / %  Oftencc. fleas; fhe niulil is lono. says the Spani'i'i proverb Hi,.'I 'I you /.( %  // %  r. it I T dnew not aurprtog me to read that an alcohol which If used for liqueurs is now beaUf mixed with petrol. It will soon be noaclbso to May at home and drink petrol Instead of tearing about In a cat man rang] up a garage the other daj and ajpnrtad, -M, ,.H\ tunied luitle 1 "You want an aquarium, not a garage." vouchsafed the iiii'.lt.nii! with cunstd•k-rrold A N article giving a Hat of |he terrible humiliations married women have lo endure omitted terrible of all There .ii< husbands who rafura lo rates their hats to their wives' dogs, when Ussy maoi tfaan ni UM stre.-t "He on Flfl," you hear women H3 Never mind. pur misundersto.il creature I Buy your" sell one of those abominable POOd te a. Comb It. brush IL eurl it. tnui it. and enter it for a l>rue at a dog-show. If you get even an honourable mention, your husband will KS,I crasod with pride and remorso that he will buy it %  %  %  I'niliul l/o-/'.. v T KI Mrs. TuekstafT mentioned in tins lolunin in OOtHMCUon With Applewhites Non-Ci lorlty •Circling Iron to, of course, not Iho Councillor H. T Sdrewdratl oUudod to In Mr Woricy-. offensive attach on Itae Dot want Raj V hM %  Development Scheme No .v.,intended either lo "Baby" Neei, ot CoRunander Slat* %  ny inoinveiueiiec caused to Miss Barker. Miss Dolly/ 1 Hunt, or Sir Edgar Searcher is not for one %  Pianist Mrkn h-lly M Y ambition, as I have freiiieiitly said, bus always vnt,. news storlCji to startling headlines. Today I find this; I'amun Seeks Yugoslav Footballer. At once my pen takes %  I me and supplies an i ii of the mystery, with the second headline: Mayor Posts Fish In Money-Uox. Then we come t<> Oie kernel of the matter: Giving the name o( Wtlhwsy, I tail man fell through the roof of a lomnto-store yesterday. "We pawned his clothes," said b-.ixom, fcrtyish Mrs. Thirstie. "as we wer ( afraid he would go away wm, the lomatoaa." gu paant i e rfi levcaled that the man ISM nit hi* way out with the lid of a b[:|-uit tin "We are now bach t. normal." commented a natehbour, Klon-mv Arbroa'.h. \ntliiiiflo ilo with W>A [" %  •I<-P who ieaj utaiuiiFnj near the main* um a spurt .if oil on his head. aiid lam/hi,' (News iiem 1 "pOUHING oil on troubled A porters i* second nature to me," volunteered the engine di ivci My WtasTaW I T has been pointed out to me thai it was La Bell e Oleru. %  Hi* de Merodc. who wa humiliated on a famous occasion by Linne de Pougy. -. THNraa, is to p. si.*t St.. it u : • O m Thr Nni in p m Th tltv BWrvir*. is p m %  • Wad " *' P m PUIH> Mliitinir ft p ir. Hem *.' II m rjt.w ii^.t• P m Prfolil Porlrail. S IS p m Wpl.ii \l.irni. S AS p m SpofU HOWX Up. I p tu Ti tint. 7 10 p m. Nr. Ar-ilytl*. 7 IS p IT* Crttkrl Hrpotl 01 Oh ki' TltliM • C*ir I. S n p m .:p %  II pa %  fra, Oo* Hi. Wrk. Ipm Ml IhPay's A loufh I'D" Tftt Nti lO 19 p m mai ll. F.(iMrui. to IS p m wm..im KVM TalS can %  U HD u • • 1 1 Rupert and the Pine Ogre—15 W Xtiptn II ihinklui to be tuck %  ihr open in ind h, brndi down u> pick up his uck ol fir cooti. Phew. I'd no idci Ihil iteM SM inron* lifc* dHi in ihr pin* wood." he murmait. Wha s ternbW ptftan." "IX>n'i till him lurtu.." ^^sgc*C*C i %  •.a.i .. roused, di DrtaO up^>l bi HiMiit' turn* up in \r. lOi i : ireen oraaj*. if t Osl rd ii %  ii IOBI %  '• BOB CIM*1 '.licsi' Iri>users. ISI i 'in eounuiis iSi i Ons ot BJ t'tn • ir"Urrs* |ti Oil Uir qil. vi*B 111 I'o rest it U ii 1 I > * risi m|ta ii" i rut. 1*1 : Hontniin i.lr: lo n-Koitrr* % %  %  l-.ilK ISI ihi.n m i;ia th raea K Hi i> aea ; %  \ i i |M MI •tW -vrrtly. You wouldn't know h, wn hn* it you h*dn'i sonasaiilly louiid thu dooi. Now huity. I'vi been \6A to (Sow you in* wit honw." And hr W.At Raotrt rapuurswai .ihoul isying iiwlhtr word. STAMDARD BRIDGE . ky M HARRISOI-CRAT Double or overcaii? These factors decide I W 'uen a delendtr eiecu to i in opponent| ^n.ng suit call ne roust > ttur n m.nd that an overcaii la a suit merely suggests the Btniiy so wtn so many tricks Pwlth that suit as tramps ...out double, on the esseottaUy a :nean ol enlisting the partner, ^o-operstion The range ot Hands on whkrn su.* douole can 0( Bads oaeeai ide one Tlie upper a hand ju.it short ot ^snie-BO.ng va.ues under it* osro power Bast, lor example opens (i spade. Soutii Holds: s f AKIOl.sKQIOi; A K J 1 A double will allow ur ortner.nip to get together in .he oea: trump suit without .mmi'.'ed to a game conTact if North is very wear hand..:all lor nwre %  a> fAKJIl, &f K QJ3: all/l U r.a.*< -n opens One sjade Sou-!, tiould mail the game-lore ing overcaii ol Two ypadea '.lie only an* o! en#ur.ng %  ha: North sill not drop the u.dd.na short ol game An I re overran of F.ur Hetria m:gtit tun into kaa •.rump bmaX ierea a slam nuglit be cold in one of tne minors The lower range o( tlat douuc ran sink to aoyunai d'pcnding on the urgency of tha -.'.uatioB Per esampai. boiii -.0> have a part-acorw in tlie rubber game and Bast opens Ont Spade. South holds: &f 1;KJ143;*KQH; • Q 10 5 Any iQUfrrenuig Old is obvious:)' fraught aith danirr but. if South decides to las* ac'.ion In tnls state of eatergew v a double is both safer and morr constructive than a call of To Hearts Experienced players ban a psychopaUitc fear of ulDsrabbi overcaiu at the Two level on a suit of broken texture The double widens the cheace from on* suit to three, not u No-Trumps _. led might b. tropha, but a take-out <_. One Spade I* unlikely to come to icrious harm It is true that Nortb_m ne compelled to bid Two Clubs on four small Clubs and a tncaiaw* handU he Is doubled, a retreat to Two Hearts Is still avatlsblc and may prove a better resting place, in the meantime. South lias given his side every chapce of finding the best spot In lbs %  unibmed liwiio> C I • B I TO-DAY La.l Showlns at 5 t 8 10 p m STF.BUNO HAYDKN VIVECA LINDFORS ISMM1 IMS IICMI" The Strange Story ol a Man Who Denied Cod TOMORROW and THURSDAY I I I 3D p m C.EORGE SUSAN -.ANDERS IIAYWARD DAI1XEY IN I I IS I.I I II I OH Kill WHO! I Ml I IN t'OLOl It by Teennleoiuur . on sisfc I KID 41 %  b a. ia s..—. THE LOCKET B TARZANS MAGIC %  -, M.TCHLV Of FOUNTAIN I'lflSpn ii Mfeejren M osr w\\ l I A £ A ,. I1.VNN f. 1 • Garde ST JAM* UH Show Tn-d... s 9S p m II >M I ll'.N in. iTtU Ot MONTI si v %  WJ a Thui JANETTA DRESS SHOP Lowrr Brond Street DRESSES Nylon Lingerie '" ,l,^ • Han-sups. sup. Lovely Quality and Design Strapless Bras Al 9B Blatk *"" h '" Slses 32 lo 38 COLONY CLUB • MEMBERS' BUFFET DINNER DANCE Each Wednesday 7.30-12 Mldnighl Music by C. B. 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Title: The Barbados advocate
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, January 22, 1952
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ESTABLISHED 1895
Barbados Should Win Karly
McLeod, Binns And
Bonitto Impressive
rp i B. W.L $ Spending
1 O-UaV Will Not Be Cut
IMIWIIII
(By O. S. COPP1N,
JAMAICA, with four second innings wickets in hand
still needed 199 runs to equal the Barbados first innings
score of 753 when play on the fourth day of the first Bar-
bados-Jamaica Test ended at Kensington yesterday
JhP ^"y furpn9ft* l He became assorted
tne sound condition of the wicket
four days old before play yester-
day, although there were only
Sunday hav-
threa pi..
Jamaica, at the end of play on
Saturday had lost nine wicket*
/or 296 run and with Binns at
not out anil Scarlett 4 not out,
OBly the skill and determination
of Binns and the comparattTSl]
lu-aiiKihie hatting productlvHj of
SearlMt, ctood between the 266
run mark for nine wlcketa and
i>r the Jan
inning*.
fonhdrnt
But etranas enough, Binns
started with more confidence yes-
tcrday than he had shown at any
time during his inning*, of the
' >y of play.
lnuniUata|] confidant
and he took seven In lite second
OVW! i>f the day. four run* coming
by way of ,i sizzling oft* drive oft
Kins Tor four.
tenturv
Binns completed his cenlury
that took him almost thre and a
half hot.:
more than useTui to
.- not spectacular
hot workmanlike for the on-:
part and it was certainly studded
eful onside play and
beautiful driving in front the
when the aacai
itself.
m on, 442 rum
behind ai, as 1 predicted |MVi-
taUa and one at once wondered
hOW thev would set about trMng
I'nsucceaaful

ucceed In giving
the team an openu u thai would
have indicated .i righting total
Prescod was out in almost similar
ungs. He
QPOks to n bouncer
and was out again at square leg.
I was not expecting this since
Prescod executed
and some
became associated
Binns in a fltfh wirkc- part
-nip that added 108 in 93 min-
ute)., and eventually topacored
1th 19
>0 not out was lantlgtl
give him the confidence lo set
about piling up a good Individual
once and unUka tha fini
' n|| . ,-tT
mark and scored at a quick
rate.
McLeod's dismissal at 78 bowl-
ed b King and Binns' soon after
at 7J. brought al>out by a well
flighted .hanged paca off break
fnmi Marshall wns a grievous
blyw to Jamaica and now only
Mudic 4 not out, Miller 9 no* out,
hsyfksf Bonilto. Ooodn
Scarlett, stand between Jamaica
and an innings defeat today.
No Chance
Jamaica achieves the
improbable and wipe off the 1S9
i it. it is unltkel) that
they will W able to do so by such
margin as would entail Burba-
ting again with an apptc-
iable score to negotiate.
The> Barbados bowling waa
teadj .lay and again it wag
lMiked up l>> good firli'.
hap* not up to the very huh
standard set mi Saturday hut still
commendable by lnt< -.
standard*. Farmer was again
outstanding in my opinion and
Huntr on the boundary -aved no
end of runs by quick clever anti-
i pat ion and accurate returns
from the deep.
King Consistent
Frank King has maintained a
lerriflc pace for the entire match
nd trig 2 for 3fl in 14 overs Is
mail indication of his very vulu-
ile bowling assistance to the
MBt Barker yesterday kept up
fast pace for a longer period
"..in he did in the first innings
but I am al a loss to see win more
not made of Eric Atkinson.
_____-Ing i Surely there was ample M-npe for
ither defensive at least trying him out wllh a few
trokes that marked him ""''" especially as be has eetab-
etaman but it is obvious lisbad a reputation for steadlncs-..
that th-. bouncer on his bedyfi his and the eaporiment even 1/ not
Achillas heal and he will have to, *"cceasful would scarcely be an
find some answer to this sort of i expensive one
bowling if ha is to enjoy any] I.lttjo Help
reasonable measure of success in Holdei ((l ,.,,. hvl fnim lho
this tournament piuh and fus 14 overs for 4K
(nod C alrn [runs without taking a wicket
Thornoiim, whose valuable, though not disgraceful inB 0*1
rtfi mil as MODMBfU] as one
Of fche highlight* had hope.' for under the hh.i
I out to a very I tipns.
ch ..it Barker by Atkin- Thin- I little reason to
son at aajuara laf am) Wttk hll that Barbados will not win lodav
went much of lho but I am sure that the Jan
skmdai hopea of the Jamaicans will have benefited considerably
Ihll gume. Saundcrs too from their first experience and
helped to make this avan mON the chances will be Co.:
men he was again out in the second Test
tuna Barker
in the first innings it wa* King.
j U.K. Closes
Consulates
In Iran
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13,
KEVILI.E BONITTO howled by rrsak Ki&c for 43
twecn Barlisdo and Jamaica at Kensington
RATIFICATION
OFJAPTRFATV
tlAVOLRFl}
WAftHlNCTi '-

favour ratihcaion pi toe
. ., i .
of uic Joint
renorti
mom vsowi i i tun
Arthur V. Wathin-.
the kattau
but not Itl U Xt
D
Hi I i
It) of State
a i top Laval ad*ta-
laattfii

I
i
Watkina oonModad thai japan's
abandonii .
i*art Of UM
. ism Uea agwemanti of
i -nd Yalta un. i
|
Be wanU i n an

' >H m ii aald t" ba -hat
hlie tin
R

th.
. hi oi the
i i ttletnent ..f Iheaa
i
did.-
Qalck Kitillcation

LAW, \ain
I think he mist Eej Die lift of
tlie KenMnglon Wicket and plnys
o much to quiok onaa
pitched al a good length but
ill o^ ttiev
Park. Me docs this
reatoN ho is automatically
fora m tan
tet his bat down and he Is sent
back having been hit well in
front.
Neville Bonitto, one of the most
batsman in Wie team
seared an attractive 43 but drove
..ver one well up from KlOSj. I
think that this stroke was too
muck m the vicinity .,f a Hash of
for such a valuable bats-
man because he did not get be-
hind the ball neither was sue
head well over it.
Slow But Sure
iter, and
a mi.kIc in the
ngs took 40 mil
d he took
in getting the measure
of the bowling and when set waa
good to
Adciuiiivr Wuirfh
Nliil Support For
Kr-urii.aiia'iit
(By W. GKKU;>
Jan 21.
Hot Konrad Adenauer is
in all-out bid for a solid
m In support c
"fW German rearmament th,
af aim is t
ii.i rantanWin
.
largest Party in the West German
Parliament.
, So far. they have lutterlv otppoa-
(d the agreement thai Adenauer
itlng with the Western
Truce Talks
At Dead-end
B) ARNOLD IHHill i
PANMUNJOM. Jan. 21
K> IVM armistice talk
to have reached a dead-enu today
ith both sides refusing to iMldaa.
Only a major pelicy change by
the United Nations or Communists
an end the endurance COOtaol
ind save negotiati I
oil a pee.
it*>ili Sub-committees working
on the truce agreed to n- i
at II a.m. Tuesday. But neithe;
held out any hope for agreement.
Each side served notice in two
Sub-Committees today thai it Will
on tin tm main ui
blocking the armistice I
Nations demands for voluntary re-
patriation of war prii"!
a ban on military llrl
slmction.
The U.N. dcnicl the crommu
charge that Allied planes de-
liberately bomlicil and strafed
properly marked Oommui
. convoy on Ut>
yang-Kaesong road last Friday
It conceded that some such Com-
munist vehicles might have l*c
hit during an Allied air attarkMU
mile- DOftk Of K.iesoti l' P.
durin
Ji*i" i that Communl
| will be quirk. < ,u.r.n smuiu.1
I
the guaranti i I I ipai
Yoshida that hi
raeogniia

to I
howavor,
another reservation whV
Japan of .ill b
' li iradad
with Bad I itagjg war
DJ
Wiltkir
....
limit o-i '.;..-(in, for
Qfefa i rounding
j .

Alli<

hopes to,
rm
my lo contribute ("""ut '
Western Europe's' *'"e '""
Four Fall
From Lorries
Three men, George Koach
Hunan Roach and James Mac-
Lean, all of Aahton Hall. St
Peter fell from motor lo
.long Walls Road. St. Peter.
yesterday They
ken to the General Ilospi-
taj
Hugan Roach was treated for b
fractured shoulder ami
George Roach and Jame
were treated ...id discharged
talk them arouno. so Germany's
ntribntlon will
'i .nail. r.i!hi
than scrape through a dissension-
Parliament.
i that tn.
Boeial Damoctm)
i with him I..
I national
unity an I
the long
and embitterc-it
will have been fought out. before
the West Germai I
":< 12 Divisions .., un-
it will mean too that almost I was going around
man soldier will grar.. slid oft. They fell off
be in uniform before the end of.it.
52, Wharlon was a worker on the
I.P. Uame lorry from which she fell,
Irene Whartoti of Cottage.
Ml fiom a motor lorry
Uon Road, St i:
.iM p.m. yester.i
was taken to the H<*i-.'
serious condition and del
It is understood that In

on a load of grass on th. .
of the truck. When u.
Truman Presents
Budget To Congress
(By I1I1K WEST!
WASHINGTON Jui 1|,
I si., 400,000.000
' '. Ml,.' I.., |-.,. .
nounced plnn.v In, ili.uhlli
ttonuc Mtponi Tl i Chli I I
ipelled ..in the third Iuimki budgel evn Hibmittad by an

Wr 11

Keils Force
Allies Buck
riera

i .i front todaj
.i


ill emu and m<

the r.ilrtlnn i>arfy affafn I
U got cloM
:.. hurl hand
Red
If. I
On tin -it IN

hunk

hunker I
1
limp A
Sabrajel
1.1
P>

bi
how Un
itad rr.
Churrliill GntehtH
( | On Ifonr-uork
new xo K
Cliurchll
'
homework, but he will com*
on Tuesday for a parade
I
Britain's PrUM
that h- would spend the

M .
i
affan
.mi
iiik on

ui moat *
I i mum. iir
that tin ,
.lite.
he hop)
FINANCE WXISTFRS TAJJiS END
ll-roin Our Own Correxpondenn
LONDON. January II
h dollar
this tuni^ht 111 .in exclusive inten-iew
incsj Minialfi i lit London,
, i um Wosl Indus dsssVtftatlon, said he
thai Um enatribatkm ihe West Indies would
.,.., IconCen ec r.^-ommendaTions
ba to ity i" keep kmpon '-mntaes as
tud Japan ;it roughly tha aSUW level as
. n iL->i
the




I .!*. KeJtjsOl Riissiun
Qaini On '{t'tiirn
Of IViMiiurs
that the
no i-ihtic.il
I
1
Id
would be of '
Churchill- I
will taki
prlnv Him i
i
: nhattaii by
inemen, the Air

MOO-woi
Truman -aid lug out!
milltari
RreagM <>t the t'i
ii
!. .
II to gain
hei ends.
Hi requested fAlJOfl
iiulit.i'
luring Ihe tei
anothei
United
tn aid and

Another Sn.lOOgOO.W
i : >. m
' Ihsl 111
tereat on the mounting national
debt.
Taxe*
The Pn
r>ew tak revanw bu

Ii I not plai
i ,
.
i
Ihe H
mi h oi i.


leas pressed by tha Whiti
oel |o
no a. turn ;
ninut tha U B
to carry 83 per cant, ol Lbi
Um rean amai I of (h
record 91,776,-
ooo.ooo loi atomic 11
plans I
ii h at an
estimated overall cost i
Otrt.noo
Mi Truman told '"' V
that Un United
UK |oint
teihnii..: proarammes
in Latin Ai
Hi i....... DO IB.....
funds for taehnk
iiing the

n overall mutual
ibout "
Latin An. (I I' |

I
I i'
Egypt Will
Pfttbo Mumltn
Of U.S. >///f
i ...

idllim: of an Al
OK the Am I I
n this i
town, it nil. announced
i
1

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hli
.::..
II.
i Anth*
i
laj



Wlw Killed The Nun?
i


Iriad to prow
rl> II. till I
that she was kri
!io \>
I I
1
Ight. Hi

a> <>n i age, *
i
.a ..t importing


. olumc .'i pp
lurb
So Ki.ili. In.ri
I

I II
Indlvldu i
.......
utd earanara with that
I | Ml
I
Of .loll I
ire hi IMJ will
i i IUA2. in plain word)
' III (|0l| .
. mas em
inkfui -.,
haw the .. ui.in.i thai tii
. r s a hiksn Impa i
.m to 'i . u |n| v o
ight ba asked to agree t

the iti.
pot
M

. haw

Hll it..it.....
' (or <;
i in brads
. an latlon I i
Europe which I
' l
i ., .. putttni
whlen an no
!.. i..i iii
oarUy mean

More Euarts
11. repeated Wh.n we have lo
igalnti i.....
gpandlturo of foreign cuifawekss.
Seventy ,,1|( up .4
v-teiii -niilri he mitigat-



1 i lion would
d '! Individual Oovarn-
m tl.i.- -i. Illev t
,l"' "'I.....-! lltilitovcinent in (In n
balaoca of pay menu. Method,
I wlUesmdlvklua] karri.
Un v..i. the bruail pn
"on.
BU rlinj: \re;i In Debt
Ol Mt|>:||
I. :
. ,.
to the whota
the world. Rssarvsa nf gold
id dollars wars dwindling rap*
i. n Hi,
is unchecked 11.. n

On Pair 3
CVealth Mu.st
Develop
|{tksourccs
l.UNLHJN, J-n 2\
. Mr.
l.vtteltou I. to
Cosonial i
the rUrliPrn i I Us osnao
I to put si
lanes with the
i. m of tin world by Un
ball any icluition of
tha ii bvii
The aim is rather to pet
perls from the dollar area and
.Mil i luH
.ii llin
naanca Mlnistars an
basmg iniuii of ttsi
the ability ol tha
.
i the '"UM- ' incrsaaad
SMpori ''
lie
tonight thai from
I it \ni> Id, 1VV.>

to-day's
i'- I'M were (hose
iieaiuia! ii Bagaiop*
WSalth lesoureea anil
the need for "frequeait
\

Wall K oresenled
i tha lolonies
will t'i ill .i on th.-
working party thai is to
Bible mean "i inci aai i
monwaehn produetion and also at
'111. .al Ini'l" whuh
ill tak.- phsM hciin in- |
lo review piogreas on (njsSMfSa
now liemi lakei
.
raasa sur-
i Colonial
tenitori* with tha
part of Um world i i n
sought from "out i
I
I

Raw MaloriuU
Minutei '
I I

i, Thi .ii

b> the working party
ting opportunist- tm ll
.'i.iiiiiHinwealth raw ma'..
#) On Pane 1
the if
I
1
.lidrean
l .
After
i. 21.
V
ill gi\


rejei t
loday U -rued all
..... [HI- -
except wai criminals. The
i..

madi
.:. htogs
uiy Monday.
i
onflicta with estimates of UM,
than 1,000,000
see taken
, World VTai ll i <
^tiii in t ads.
I i l( note was a reply
one aant tl If j
.ailing on the Kremlin lo
tell what happn
prison
i send
represents! .
today in (..
Reda i'm.I OmAi
In < .i oufl.-il SlrrtU
MJOi I
by .....
munisu riding Mi as
in broad da> light In
alreeU lodurl
passers* b> ling C#ov-
ln.MKia buildings.
Fight of the wounded w*
to ba ui a "sstsoti
I
-
i rrn
i << j'
k br,lJfabyu 1 l
l


had been


P
UMos llslifriitfii
111 ,,-! Ull.l
From Kitchen
To Bet!
si UbOHOlvh Jen

Bt southein Up oi
Sunday afte
i
tha P -i
pailineiit until t'n
tome.
Insliuilioio. have nln
,
dos of ii..... 'Mm i* .i


ill 0| Bh-la L,
Daura ""
i i



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1

W.I. vs VICTORIA
t Maria aV kurad n.-ir -r.
oifl Minims i lost il it
I wfcfceai today, Ike raantk
.mi ii>i ii i\ of the ret are
IvX'Vsttaria nali it
Vlrlerii had . hrt iniiliif
lead ii M raas. Un n ft
a/aai ba
lt> Ulll III. Illlt. I)

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QUAKE RFXORDED

A 'fair
1
'
tlon wa
1 iiogiiit-h.
it was reported today.-IT.
Careenage Is Crowded Again
. ij again her
els For the past week,
more eeh)
,
Dunn;:

IlltlOlll. \ ||
V inOuvl-aaii. Philip II IMvldaaat.
Mary --. Lewis ronkl.,,
ii I laar] m

i :
I
i m i
.liana broui;'
ga eomprising

|
ind aiso fruit

rrji kiwi li E-
. wis
1 sea . f i r
I r
I
I.I

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J6t*


PACE TWO
IIUIHUHIS ADVIK ATF.
TUESDAY, IAMU UTS -
Ccmib Calling
MB. C. M. ADAMS CJI.G
Leader of th< \
Hmhlj n ' unalca on
Sunday >.ftcr altciulini. II*
annual meeting of U*t Council o*
of the
Wrt ir. i hi a a
member
Mr Adam* left Barbados o**
.lanuary lMi;
Back from B.G.
BACK from a six-day visit t<>
Guiana (v, .
dad) to Wbaf Com* L A Eggic-
of Civil
Aviation m this area He rr-
turned yesterday morning h\
n W [A
First Meeting
Ml' 0 A 0ROMM1TH. Ad-
mins i .try of

nic>ting of the Governing [tod>
Of 'he Easier:;
Institute la the abatnee, Uirough
illness of Mr. Framptoti. < I> an I
Pi Ajrleiilture Advlaar.
Mr Grosrmilh went on board
ttM Gnlwte when she .ailed here
\ ll Kil-
1 "k r MO formerly
.' of Uganda, who wan
en mu'e lo Trinidad to Join the
slaff of the Imperial f
Tmniral Agriculture, as Professor
trrfeuHurff
("u I bright Agreement
LKAViNu foi
da> by B W I A
H. A. Til ii London
of Hi.- Fulbrtejit Comim i:
arrived here icccnlly from Jamai-
ca. The Ful bright Commission la
an agreement batWfJan BrMaln
and the USA. for the exchange
of research stuacnls and Othil
Liiivcr*ily worker*
Annual Leave
MR. AND Iflta FKF.I) TOPP1N
irrtTtd tron On
Baarnl ii w i a to
spend two week'' holiday here.
Staying with Mr. Toppin's parent*.
Mr. .out Mrs. A. R. Tnppln Of
en," Hasting*. Mr Top-
iin who is with Bot
JUfSl'l Branch in (.rrnnrla Is on
U |v lli< wife i* tho
former J'
Grenada Visit
AT PRCSKNT on a holldry
i .i ii. Granada to .-.- r w
Fni\vthc Of the DiOceas Of Anti-
gua. A son of Mrs. Blanche
forxvthc of Virlon.i. SI. Mark's,
, ,,
in the Virgin Islands stoos lc.iv-
tiiK OoslrtoJgton Collage. Barbadoi,
%yhere ho studied for the minis-
try.
POCKF," CAtTfOON
OSRI Hi I w. \ i ; ii
Up and About
Majoii nuiiKin w.'
Montraal who optnad the
Cancdinn Bank of Comir.
ring from an ;
ptourlaj .it hi* iiome in Montreal
up and about
las) winti-i VtotUng their daugh-
ter and SOn-ln-law, Mr. and Mrs.
liar. St
foatpl
A Son
Mlt CUTHBERT MARSHALL.
M i \ I
rag irrlvad from Trini-
rdaj morning nnd ex-
peels to he here until the end of
the month
ii shall ha* lust become a
proud father, ihls wife, the farm-
er Jean OeJt, presented him with
i son on Thursday January 17th.
Canadians Jubilant
A CANADIAN (Hand talk me
that Canadian- vtthttng Bar-
bados are generall> jubilant ;.t
Canadian Funds reaching par
..iih rs and soma art of the
opinion thai us fund, maj ba at
.i saghi dtocouoi baton loni
Laka a irvrMii view of
mtagr a discount on
Canadian fund* would give
Canada in the few competitive
export rn.ukcK avaUabsa
lavalopmant of Canada's
natural resources haa increased
greatly In the past few years and
new sources of oil in Western
are reported weekl*
production has reduced
oil imports substantially and with
Oh \|H>rt of raw and
products to the US has relieved
Vie dram on th<
Incidentally the successful
method i>f indirect taxation in
Canada has attracted wide and
favourable comment in the U.S.
as the be* method yet devised to
fight Inflation and has attracted
large investment and venture
monies Into the Canadian com-
monwealth
Delayed Departure
MR and Mrs. Alfonso B do
Lima return*
I.. HWIA. They
Tipanied hv two da Ugh-
1 Mra on ;
and Mrs. de
Lima orl|
on January' 17th. but at Hkf tofl
momeiu had to change plans.
M ii Lima i' Managing Direc-
tor of Trinidad Jewel.
Loan Ttmlllari and lie also has a
branch store in Barbados.
Three Week*
MR AND MRS T. MALCOLM
MILNE of Trinidad who had
laying .here
.lied to Trinidad
over the weekend by HW.I.A
The) were accompanied by
their daughter Claire During
their three week vi-lt II
staying at Accra Guest House
CAW Manager, St. Lucia
MR AND MBS F S. POTTER
flew in from St Lucia over
Iho waofcsaid bg kw.ia. H They arr '
Ventnor Flats. Rorkley.
r is Manager of Cable
and Wireless" Brand) in St. Lucia
nnd at one time used to be sta-
tioned in Barbados.
Returns to Venezuela
RETURNING to Venezuela on
iturday by iiw ia wm
Mrs Rupert Stone, the former
Phyllis Farmer, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs Murray Farmer of
Walk* Spring. St. Thomas.
Mr* Stone had been holidaying
here since Late Dooambal Hii
husband accompanied hei Over
hut the t... alienl turned To
Veoeniela where he i-
countanl with Sehlumbergers In
Caracal
Talking Point
OF all nafwrej piffs to the
liuinan fWCt, bthflf If HSUggSt
fa fi man Ihon hii children?
Cicero.
New Calypso
For Hurricane
Relief Funil
LONDON, Jan. 10.
West at the
Univer-ity of London are busy
.'imposing a new calypau. ail about
university Ufe.
They intend to sing it op
February 8th at the Carnival ball
at Senate House, in aid of UM
Jamaica Hurricane Relief Fund
althoujfh the singers .
from Trinidad.
The project was discussed at the
but night b> J
running champion Arthui Win)
who Is a medical
helping to organise the ball.
"We are not very good at
calypsoa in Jamaica", ne said,
'though 1 expect I could write nm
if I tried."
Another helper. 21-yesr-olr
Valerie Howard, vice-president ol
the University Union, g>- |
lay a' interpreter lo a
group of members of tr..
Union of Students. She hopes t>
get gifts for the ball from BpartWl
universities.
At the Carnival Ball. Cnltosjs
Unions hill probably lake part In
a Mardi Gra procession, dancers
will be in fancy dress and usually
sedate rooms of the tTnlvatsllf
building will be re- I
Jamaica Inn. Caribbean Room.
Kingston Hall and Rummy Re-
treat.
Hollywood Itnilllil-I |i
HOLLYWOOD. Jan. 21.
Ii goes without saying that
Hollywood, in the rule of succcs-
lul salesman, has not contem-
plated -ny changes in presenta-
tion or personal appearance trips
as compared with la
programme. Actors and aclress-
cs have again been selected lo
address civic student bodies in tl)
ia !.,'.
Opars forums are again pio-
viding players with the chance
to talk at first hand wlih ordinary
ltd indirectly pay for then
salarle)
The main thing, however, is th
Ity presented by the
trips to have fans m< I
lies In Uu n.-h On that alone.
aa almost every Hollywood pub-
licist srottld nontnnd "
proyaei i- warranted.
An idea of ih<
area covert i 'marls.
i ill' was obtained by
i nt Texas
visits headed by John Wayne last
vear. The troupe travelled 2.604
kilometres, made 85 appearance
IWd 318.000 auto-
graphs, gave away 350.000
'movietime" souvenir*. Initialed
RMT organisers as a means
I'libliclty
13 1 I Klhj WAY.....Ity Beachcomber B.B.C. Radio Programme
WHEN I read that an indus-
trial Arm had incatvad an
ordar for flO.000.000 worth of
large b-nlers. I picture, i US
merclal traveller who jerured the
order being congratulated 1>> the
head of the firm, and modestly
sttribUUng his success to a daily
-jiieiring of his ball Wit*] BttlbbO-
Km*, UhB hau oil wl i. h Is tho
p.ut what lot of rebuffs ho musi
have received And snhat fun II
must have been, after haggling
with people("Won't you order
just one little bolter?**) to land
this whale of an order
I also picture to nu U Ina
foreman, when handed the order,
shouting through a megaphone
"Attention everybody. Drop wha'.
you're doing, and start on C 10,-
000.000 worth of large l-.il. i
III /'-.'--Ml;
A PLEA for more international
sport, as the best inethod ol
improving inteniatioT.il relation
really boils down to getting the
Russian^ to play eiicket. as I have
often pointed .Hit. IU an
ing them to say thai Stalin In-
vented eileket, and by awarding
I hem Test match status, we
might bring about Ml I
feeling "A i >
games." said a profes>>ional f.t
bailer who kukid I
Other day. "would have the sup-
port of .iii iight-thmkiiig people."
The clergyman who is in trou-
ble for leaving his parish lo go to
Yugoslavia, where lie hoped to
purchase a llontansMI
forward, had the right idea. It
ix now up lo the British Council
to lecture to thO Bulgarian*. On
last year's county av.i
Ptirii-ririu. Pii/fin."
'TtHE traffic In stolen fleas
X surely cannot be what is
called fclmost universal Who
would buy them hut th* -.
of flea-circuses or Iheir agents*
I read that there was one i :h.--.
(hefts thO Other DO] i;
to stop this scandal would ba t<
apply 'he ft aaoi JoHiai "ootball
tern, and eneourau.- trai 'i
with high prices for ouutandmg
/Oftencc. fleas; fhe niulil
is lono. says the Spani'i'i proverb
Hi,.'I 'I you /.(// r. it
IT dnew not aurprtog me to
read that an alcohol which If
used for liqueurs is now beaUf
mixed with petrol. It will soon
be noaclbso to May at home and
drink petrol Instead of tearing
about In a cat
man rang] up a garage the other
daj and ajpnrtad, -m, ,.h\
tunied luitle1 "You want an
aquarium, not a garage." vouch-
safed the iiii'.lt.nii! with cunstd-
k-rrold
AN article giving a Hat of |he
terrible humiliations married
women have lo endure omitted
terrible of all There
.ii< husbands who rafura lo rates
their hats to their wives' dogs,
when Ussy maoi tfaan ni Um
stre.-t
"He on Flfl," you hear women
H3 Never mind. pur mis-
understo.il creature I Buy your"
sell one of those abominable
POOdtea. Comb It. brush IL eurl
it. tnui it. and enter it for a l>rue
at a dog-show. If you get even
an honourable mention, your hus-
band will k- s,i crasod with pride
and remorso that he will buy it

I'niliul l/o-/'.. v
TKI Mrs. TuekstafT mentioned
in tins lolunin in OOtHMCUon
With Applewhites Non-Ci lorlty
Circling Iron to, of course, not Iho
Councillor H. T Sdrewdratl oUu-
dod to In Mr Woricy-. offensive
attach on Itae Dot want Raj V h-
M Development Scheme No
.v.,- intended either lo
"Baby" Neei, ot CoRunander Slat*
ny inoinveiueiiec
caused to Miss Barker. Miss
Dolly/1 Hunt, or Sir Edgar
Searcher is not for one

Pianist Mrkn h-lly
MY ambition, as I have fre-
iiieiitly said, bus always
vnt,. news storlCji to
startling headlines. Today I find
this; I'amun Seeks Yugoslav Foot-
baller. At once my pen takes
I me and supplies an
i ii of the mystery, with
the second headline: Mayor Posts
Fish In Money-Uox. Then we
come t<> Oie kernel of the matter:
Giving the name o( Wtlhwsy, I
tail man fell through the roof
of a lomnto-store yesterday. "We
pawned his clothes," said b-.ixom,
fcrtyish Mrs. Thirstie. "as we
wer(- afraid he would go away .
wm, the lomatoaa." gupaantierfi
levcaled that the man
Ism nit hi* way out with the lid
of a b[:|-uit tin "We are now
bach t. normal." commented a
natehbour, Klon-mv Arbroa'.h.
\ntliiiif- lo ilo with W>-
A ["i<-p who ieaj utaiuiiFnj
near the main* um a spurt .if
oil on his head. aiid lam/hi,'
(News iiem 1
"pOUHING oil on troubled
A porters i* second nature to
me," volunteered the engine
di ivci
My WtasTaW
IT has been pointed out to me
thai it was La Belle Oleru.
Hi* de Merodc. who wa
humiliated on a famous occasion
by Linne de Pougy.
-. th- Nraa, is to p.
si.*t St.. it u :
O m Thr Nni in p m Th tltv
BWrvir*. is p m Wad
" *' P m Puih> Mliitinir ft p ir.
Hem *.' ii m rjt.w ii^.t-
P m Prfolil Porlrail. S IS p m
Wpl.ii \l.irni. S AS p m SpofU HOWX
Up. I p tu Ti tint. 7 10 p m. Nr.
Ar-ilytl*. 7 IS p it* Crttkrl Hrpotl 01
Oh ' ......KStW -llh \,\i-
-. ItIK M six; <4 Mil H
f tS p m l>ki' TltliM
C*ir I. S n p m
.:- p ii pa fra,
Oo*
Hi. Wrk. Ipm Ml Ih-
Pay's A loufh
I'D" Tftt Nti lO 19 p m mai ll.
F.(iMrui. to IS p m wm..im KVM TalS
can UHD
u
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Rupert and the Pine Ogre15
W
Xtiptn ii ihinklui to be tuck
ihr open in ind h, brndi down u>
pick up his uck ol fir cooti.
Phew. I'd no idci Ihil iteM SM
inron* lifc* dHi in ihr pin* wood."
he murmait. Wha s ternbW
ptftan." "IX>n'i till him lurtu.."
^^sgc*C*C
i - .a.i .. roused, di
DrtaO up^>l bi HiMiit' turn*
up in \r. lOi
i : ireen oraaj*. if t
Osl rd ii ' ii iobI ' BOB
Cim*1 '.licsi' Iri>users. ISI
i 'in eounuiis
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i Ons ot Bj t'tn ir"Urrs* |ti
Oil Uir qil. vi*B 111
I'o rest it U ii
1 I > *
risi m|ta ii" i rut. 1*1
: Hontniin i.lr: lo n-Koitrr* !
l-.ilK iSi
ihi.n
m i;ia th raea
KHi
i> aea ; \ i i
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I
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-vrrtly. You wouldn't know h,
wn hn* it you h*dn'i sonasaiilly
louiid thu dooi. Now huity. I'vi
been \6A to (Sow you in* wit
honw." And hr W.At Raotrt
rapuurswai .ihoul isying iiwlhtr
word.
STAMDARD BRIDGE . ky M HARRISOI-CRAT
Double or overcaii?
These factors decide
I
W'uen a delendtr eiecu to
i in opponent|
^n.ng suit call ne roust
> ttur n m.nd that an overcaii
la a suit merely suggests the
Btniiy so wtn so many tricks
Pwlth that suit as tramps
...out double, on the
esseottaUy a
:nean ol enlisting the partner,
^o-operstion
The range ot Hands on whkrn
su.* douole can 0( Bads oaeea-
i ide one Tlie upper
a hand ju.it short ot
^snie-BO.ng va.ues under it* osro
power Bast, lor example opens
(i spade. Soutii Holds:
* s f AKIOl.sKQIOi;
. A K J 1
A double will allow ur
ortner.nip to get together in
.he oea: trump suit without
.mmi'.'ed to a game con-
Tact if North is very wear
hand.- .:all lor nwre

a> fAKJIl, ? K QJ3:
all/l
U r.a.*< -n opens One
sjade Sou-!, tiould mail the
game-lore ing overcaii ol Two
ypadea '.lie only an* o! en#ur.ng
ha: North sill not drop the
u.dd.na short ol game An
I re overran of F.ur
Hetria m:gtit tun into
kaa
.rump bmaX ierea a slam
nuglit be cold in one of tne
minors
The lower range o( tlat douuc
ran sink to aoyunai
d'pcnding on the urgency of tha
-.'.uatioB Per esampai. boiii
-.0> have a part-acorw in tlie
rubber game and Bast opens Ont
Spade. South holds:
? 1;KJ143;*KQH;
Q 10 5
Any iQUfrrenuig Old is
obvious:)' fraught aith danirr
but. if South decides to las*
ac'.ion In tnls state of eatergew v
a double is both safer and morr
constructive than a call of To
Hearts Experienced players
ban a psychopaUitc fear of ul-
Dsrabbi overcaiu at the Two
level on a suit of broken texture
The double widens the cheace
from on* suit to three, not u
No-Trumps
_. led might b.
tropha, but a take-out <_.
One Spade I* unlikely to come to
icrious harm
It is true that Nortb_m ne
compelled to bid Two Clubs on
four small Clubs and a tncaiaw*
hand- U he Is doubled, a retreat
to Two Hearts Is still avatlsblc
and may prove a better resting
place, in the meantime. South
lias given his side every chapce
of finding the best spot In lbs
unibmed liwiio>
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ALIAS NICK III U


TUESDAY t \si \u\ ..' I'l,:
ll\KB\IH)S \IIKK \TI
PA| rniii i
I .... .. 1-.,, : ;....
Josey Hill Road
To Be Repaired
TWO thousand, two hundn-d
.id seventy-richi th St. Lucy Vaatry had
mug ""'I ''"
Sw.d Fit-Id Tenantry Road will
i
Road. Um \ i t* led at a
meeting yesterday.
The Vestry <
'r they received a letter
from the Director of Highways and
Transport staling that it had not
been possible to obtain the neces-
sary land for widening and re-
construeting gwt rt 1
Road.
The Mr* i i "1 i* |] c
ii Id be U!>ei fnt
Road. On the
motion of Mr. J. E. T In i:iiii.
>.e.-ondcd by Mr. G. Q
Um \'estiv decided tO reply t. the
'
of Um proposal.
KxhlWH
TtM Vestry awarded one of two

Cotartdt* Parrj School to-ceorge
v. .:..
Giitmh of Pi*- Conwr.
lii 1 I'd tin- aw^rd of the other ex-
hibition petidmx litttlier informa-
tion.
Pie Conwr Roari
On Um motion o) Mr. Broncawi
l
1 rttted to the i>i
Of lliglv OMpOrt thni


kfetra to Mi. <:nfliih\

Thl' IT L.
ton from
Ml AU \ 1 35 other
resident-- ..*king the
\'< \i\ t: recommend the im-

Hail Ugkuai
\ * : from Um
P M < i>i KJrton, 1 om|
me bad lighting of In 1
1 n x*mu *o> a 1.....1 <; rd u
reported that lighting arrange-
ment' had baa
there had since been adequate
1
Or. Kirtou hut sent in his
Natfrnatton m Coo nn ksnai 11
Health for the parish. On Ihr
>*r. Um
ir.stniiied Um dirk to
write i)i KlrtoB rwnjaollng him to

Uon, partleularlv in view of the
fad that Um and <>f u* .
only two months off and
a doctor Wli an txtrtffltl)
valuable memlw I
Dioce-.au Bind
The foUOWlni rielc,
appointed to represent the church
and chapel* in thi Dion
Synod:- I PofMh Churr'-.
Mwrs. Colin Ward gfJd
II St. Clements. Mi T r-
renee Baker: s* B%
J. E. Marvillc. I.SM
lliiildiim Cttea
Mr. C. De C. Howell ,.nd Mr.
G. G. Harris were appointed
members of the Building Commit-
tee on the motion of Mr. Brancker
seconded by Mr. C. 11. Yearwood.
Mi HnwHI gnd M. Hjrriss take
the place of Mr. W. L Greaves
ami Mr. J. R. Alleync.
Legal Opinion
In the absence of the Church-
warden Mr. E L. Ward, J.P.. cer-
tain questions by Mr. I 1
were ai
The Vestry decided H I
opinion of I ..s to the
Of their
noan of Health 1
their seats a* Vestrymen at the
I.-; alaeCleaa,
Rev. Pestaina. rector of the
Pariah, welcomed the new \> 'n
men Messrs. L. L. Bourne. (; 0
Harris and C. De C. Howell be-
fore the business of the day ws
begun.
Factory's Ashe*
Under the Head General Busi-
ness, on the motion Of Mi
Brancker, the Vostry iiRaln deetded
i" write la ii"' BaereUry of Mt
I Palrfleld Ltd. in con-
nection with the ashes nulsann-
from PalrWalil racury la 1
In the surrounding area and re-
ouestui; that further ureent steps
DO l.ikcn to abate thi-. nul
Drop In Aiislraliu's
sugair C NEW YORK.
ks*a sugar crop tbia
>eM>ii will total soc.
tons, an against 920.000 I
i; w
in. r .v <-.,. iba Km v.
tconomlat bt kart. An al-
H OOO (Of homo
Uon would hi.
166.000 tans for export, it was
pointed 1
The in j
: train 1 Britain1*
dollar jHuition, the firm aid.
Since the United Kingdom pur-
antJn Australian ex-
l>ortable surplus. Um roduition
. ':!
sugars or a reduction in U.K.
pointed
n.r.r.
B.W.L $
Spending
Mam Hm I
international currency would col-
lapse beore the end of 19S2.
The task of Mm eonftraoca
hu.l been to recom-
Biand to participating govern-
Hunts, first, shorter measure* to
areas reserves to
an adequate level which alone
could je-i-i..Misli into
OOnfManea In sterling, ami see-
ondb to prepare long tenn plans
to increase production suftlcientlv
lo put the sterling area Into a
and stable balance
with the external world and to
Induce h h would
cncourai:-- on a* main-
9 \ to in-
vest capital in tin
The conference full* recognis-
ed that short term mr.i
Mithar a perma-
.1 desirable Milution. But.
said Mr Gomes "A preliminary
Mep must be to cut our cloth ac-
roidmg to our^neans and the ul-
Litiun must be to make
mora cloth. And all mn
must be mobilised to thi> and "
Vital littered
He tieiwed that strcumii ..f
terllng wn of vital interest to
1 aaho could nut
. in tunaa
of danger. Indeed the West lo-
1. i.i: raaponsibtUUai
iK-iauie jii-t tnentlv lhc\ bad
moved Into a doflell *'tth DM Olll-
.1 p 1
A. I OMW I '..., paj ,ri.;
1 i.'..h ill although Ihcy
had long spent 111010 dollars than
thO) had aartMd. What enabled
111 !...... !' A .1 Ifli 1 tli" t ii
i.lher rgl< M llaya and
Wt Africa which In

II in than they h
In these circunist-'M
said; "it Is up to us to do what
we can to put ourselves at least
in balance wild the rest of the
world. We have dune so In the
pit. We can do so again l>y the
exercise of some raatralnt arblcti
should not involve grave hard
ships.-'
Mr. Comes concluded 1 ) pu ln|
tribute to Mi Uyttelton and '>
omclab) eonoomad In the Col-
onial Office who had glvl
i. -- O Mnl 1
delegates He *iad been Given I"1'
oppottunlt] to pul Um i
We-t Indie IN.I h,.th he Mi
Wawten, PlMOeteJ Secretary of
1 Mi Mi Laod
I and Economic Adviser
of the Windward lsi.,110 u,
whom bo was grateful, had been
Ivan .1 walcoma whuh was bout
farm and ho pitahh
Shi|>|iin<: Vjroals
Gel Two \\ fi-ks
For iioiisiillalmmis
"i 0-.1 ixiPMwnttani.
ST. GEORGE. Jan. 10.
Shipping agents here have been
ajlowan .1 Iwo-wai k 11
consullation with then
prloctpali Ml wtesj 1.
of long drawn out ncgoti.it
Monday with represent.itiw of
arnan over demands fo
increased pay and unproved or)
ing conditions.
The lonKshorvmen. represented
by the OratMda Workers1 Union, at
kg proposed an alternaUva
to a previous demand for a SO per
cent, wage boost, asking 33* per
cent, and an additional cost of
if n half-cent for
the official
cost of livinti kg
-fed this, wages per hour
of longshoremen would be as
follows- Foremen $1-49. chief
warehousemen 0tk\. Moral
and truckmen Bite.
Besides this principal dm md.
the agents also have to put baforO
ihoil |iinicip..l> .1 demand for
double pay for work nfter mid*
night instead of time and |
|ii> 1' *
The agents, it is m.
new rajc
would be above those obtaining in
Trinidad .md it aaaanad ti
unlikely thai their pi
would grant them.
They al 1 a way in
regard to n demand that aaj '
retrospective from November 21,
INI, which they intimated .it "
earlier meetirtj:.
The auents have xuaranleed a
iriiiiinuni of nro limn 1
lied out and "
immediately available and also
agreed to pay dOUbla tone f work eonlinued during mealtime
Presiding at the talks h Mr.
1; B Killi. .1 i.ihoui Offliei
U.N. CONSIDERS
WORLD LAND
RLTORM
The li.iict N

fed i hanruj
Nl" del.
g4'0nomic 1
fftarw.
Waiiscendant In
affected vast area- whfre the
great majority of the
mars.
that 1. nd
through a ayatatii of
which baa)


mathocu baai
maximum raoults, UM <
th entire world wdl nfjM "
Mr. Tobias stresses mat the
. ii-tin in
worn tai bayond tht
UK-op .1
large eM.it e- II
eipinlly importnnt aspt

reasonable term* to buj land and
eipupmenl. faeilll es foi
e- sg II
taxation mid OppOTtUO
laara bnprovad production tech
: HM n :! 1 .. ,1 .
in.n Um aflorta ol gov<
hiuni !> itarted al
there waa Uttla tuna i" pondai
over the porfl
l
r.miiei .1 ama pans of Uh
world iia.v up t.
thcit 1 i^i- in rentals and
rates range from SO to 100 per
cant yearly (>" 1-
111 r
If arbour Log
In Carlisle Bay

l*-ndrt M V Ion**.. Vh Al U !
s. ', W 1
s.k phankian n n m ..
H.111J1 Ouiih
, ..
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1 < M-trM*ii iron awiioii insi

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l\.pl l1*.'.
reiouaac law ion* mi.
Ki*.i lri. Ttinlrf-d
lfll III -
II
tW V K
aw
In Touch With Barbados
Conatal Station
1.... 1
SB*. Al..... c-.-lwi. Sarn*aon. Rosa
rtWT, CVnw<
1 Tintfa. MpI
Driu I. HMolM*. Fki-i.111
klMR>IUnr>. Ni*i. Uraiia.ln. IMH"
trts raui.K
cliulia. Alnta Runnrt. K."-.
I.-i< .rw-l. I Mi.
um KaUHa l.
HEALTH BENEFITS L.
CONTAINS VITAMIN A & 0
IN A DELICIOUS FORM
INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS
ENSURES STRONG LIMBS
AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN
Haliborancje
'J7i iiifi.i way of taking
HALIBUT LIVER OIL
da b| lull I na-IURtI 110., 10100
Ne/son" Due Thursday STUDY PERIOD
U S l^dy Nelwn >s ex-
P*eled to BRlVt tMrt on Thursday
Irom Canada via lloston. Bermuda
Brttl I V .tin ri
,\
Ltd., fold Ihe Advoeate
The l.ady Nclkon :ll >' leav-
ing port Ihe urn* night fo
Guiana
iila and Trinidad,
m <;k< maps Ji n. 17.
Mr. .r Clark*, thjparintendanl
'.'. Dominica, arrived
here last week-end to BODd
period of pi
d ministration here with Mi
1 fornMf local Bupi la
ti'iident who is on leavi
taking up a tlmllar po bo lit it-
1 Mi llondurai.
Cvtrallh Mflri
lrr\i'lo|i [fofjourooa
From I'aie I
A good deal ele.nl..
upon the OMMMb ol "IT
croase Colonial raw male:
doctn.n .Mr. lluthi pointed out
tonight that the lirst and
if UM tllci( i'-|i;.- .' ( cot
vcrtibilitynow thl
term ami of sterling are.i
... in gold
ind doii.I- raaatmk,
Colonial raw materlalg are bj
far Ihe Commonwealth'h biggi'st
v are be-
ing relied upon igain to play a
major part in tehuiUliiw
. i.i. 1 .1 st step towardr
convertibility.
Neither OfflCHl CORUHUI
Mi HulliT .,t In pri-is onfereni e
......
iWfllllfJ balances |lnt Ihi \ were
Ml- llUtlei Mill. i-ve, rnh O "
Mi'd'ual Service
ST Ol IRGI S .1 in IT
Ui i{ k iapaX .1 an
dent 1.11 .

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aftei laining a CD 1
p
',1 tan up an appotntmanl in th
hni Madleol Bi
Awanls Approved
SI .. I I
hi 1 11 i
..not ol
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Officers of tha I"'
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fntfi hlmnl 1111/1111 turn
impur 11 ii- in 1 In- el..1..I may ... rheumatic
11 hn and pains, tilfl and painful (olnls.
bolla, plmpl and common kio disorders.
Clarke'i lllood Miatuea b^lns to purify
Ihe blood, cleans** the ijntm mad asalati
In mtoriDf good bealik.
I Wom.n likes to be:
GLAMOROUS,
LOVELY, and
EXCLUSIVE
and wc now offer all these In our NEW PERFUMES ... by
"M V II I It I. I A"
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front
SPAIN- thf land al LOVELY .... EXOTIC ....
FASCINATING WOMEN
PeTfum,.......MAUEIIAS DE ORIENT.....
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also1.....TOILET SOAP. r.d I.OTIONS to mMch .
\v. n re.|Uf^l .
ONLY ' ,
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Broad str HORN I MAN'S

The Ideal Refresher
A lew drops oi the Genuine "47tl" Eau dc
Cologne. Jabbed on loicr-cad and templet or in-
haled from your handktrJnet. will stimulattr and
revivify immrdfnfcly.
Tli, 1.
Hig tO III. (
wtt. I
VICKS INHALER
Just I lew wMftl or ihs
effective medication In din
iwndy Inhaler and >oui no**
Irrli ilra(ri in Mcondi .
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^HEADACHE
let double relief with double acting
Alka- Seltzer
HOW INI VIM' mil KII.1KK ?
TBS ANSWKU IS
W II I z %
vlniii.t 11. it. ii, 1 tram Paia, Iran i ..i.i
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^ i|iim k relief In ull of |lwM "! remember
ONI win// inn s 1111 iMiith OF TWO
OKDINAKY TAIll.l Is
^^=rrirSIOK(S & BYNOf ltD Age-iij
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;:.-n I.i:- I n ii throb-
T1 airj I ":>nd mote
V',.i Sclwn lo nght 'X'''1
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aaa dunk a glass "f
' II sivr you thr
j wart plw the gaitii
/ need I'lsasant .ding Atka-
rrvilte* you l<*el ,
p a supply on hand.
.. .:rr.ifpi i
la' . -_-i if,.!' 111
There'* a baby to gladden
mother'* heart'.firm
little body und itrong white
teeth loming . Theta
the bleiiingi that come from
SevenSeaSthe pure cod liver
oil 10 rich in natural fats
sod pioteaive viumuM.
SevenSeaS
WORRIED
ABOUT
PARKING
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A VISITOR IX M\\ YORK THE EISENHOWER
tHE NtiWS IN AMERICA
IO(\l 1*1 II.....A
THF Barbados Publicity Committee
bagan "Deration in 1933 with a grant of
S240 from the Hi III IIIIIMll and $3.M2 40
subscribed and donated by Transportation
companies, merchants, banks and hotels.
S4.6J5 have .so far been o'litn-
huted by private companies. merchanLs and
hotels for the tourist year 1st April 1951 to
31st March 1952. Government contributions
over that period are **12.900 In 1933-34 a
total of 6.178 tourists came to Barbados of
whom 991 stayed at hotels. In the t.mnst
year which ended on 31st March 1950 a
total of 17,212 people came to Barbados, of
whom 6,085 stayed at hotels. During twenty
years the Barbados Publicity Committee
has grown from a small beginning to its
present size. At its pierhead and Seawell
offices, officers of the Publicity Committee
daily give visitors to Barbados first im-
pressions of courtesy and helpfulness. In
small but important matters such as the
sIe of stamps or safeguarding of tourists'
property or in official entertainment of vis-
iting journalists or photographers the
officers of the Committee give more than
good value for the sum of less than $5,000
that U spent on the local offices and staff.
By far the greater part of the Commit-
tee'* revenue is spent on advertising Bar-
bados outside: seventy six per cent as com-
pared with 24 per cent on operation ex-
penses. Major advertising expenses are in-
curred in the United States ($8,96406),
Canada ($5.742 04), the United Kingdom
($3,859.28) while $9,600 is spent on book-
lets and literature printed outside Bar-
bados.
The rapid expansion of tourism in the
last twenty years is a tribute to the Publi-
city Committee and at the same tme serves
as a reminder of the increasing volume of
work that is thrown upon the Committee.
The time seems ripe to analyse what has
been achieved and to enquire what the
Publicity Committee should become after
two decades of successful operation
Hitherto, the Committee has laid em-
phasis W% of its revenue has been so spent.
The Committee can point to the figures
which show how the tourist industry has
progressed from 991 guests in hotels in
193334 to 6.085 in 194950. These figures
seem to reflect the success achieved by such
ndvertmnc and even suggest that increased
advertising might continue to bring more
and more people to the island. Such might
prove lo be the case. But there are other
matters deserving the attention of the
Committee.
Publicity would appear to be needed also
in Barbados. Already the secretariat of the
Committee is asked to deal with matters
that do not come within the scope of the
Committee as constituted but which in-
dicate the need for another organisation
The Committee has been receiving com-
plaints from tourist agencies outside Bar-
bados that certain hotels are reluctant to
pay their ten per cent commissions. Intend-
ing visitors to the island have also written
to the Committee complaining that seme
hotels arc slow to answer requests for book-
ings. In Barbados itself there are dally
complaints from sea travellers that they
are kept wailing at the Baggage Warehouse
for long periods before their baggage
reaches snore. There are also criticisms of
amenities at Seawell. Instead of contribut-
ing $6,000 U.a towards a regional tourist
organisation with a budget heavily
weighted with staff overheads, the Public-
ity Committee of Barbados might profit-
ably consider either expansion of their own
services or the formation of a Good Offices
Committee to promote greater co-operation
between steamship agents, steamship em-
ployees and hotel proprietors in Barbados.
Advertising pays, but like charity it
ought to begin at home. And it is quite
obvious to anyone who has the leisure or
Inclination to study the tourist industry
from within that the greatest handicaps to
that industry he here in Barbados.
Until those handicap* have been removed
it seems bad economy to concentrate too
much on advertising tourism to visitors
The place to advertise it now is in Barba-
dos. The public must become tourist minded
;md that might prove to be the next
achievement the Publicity Committee will
have to its credit.
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And
Um i
By BARNEY MILLAR 'in| a divorc- Linda was as
* worried over the sentimental
rived in this MWdng eMjT ,.,,,-, of a little church on a hill to value of some of the good* as
as you might well imaiil'ie hang a lantern In th. belfry on the *""' was about the financial loss.'
' always plently to V of Mr. Churchill This Thus the West Indies shark- and
ilh. New YoffO t stfDal in days Ion* hurricanes got a big write up.
said before, have their lill .,1 of the fcim- ,
ipus, and it ii h was flashed lo watchers posted _The line up for the election of a
to see the thousand* Of eity work- in certain strategic positions The President i. already hot news, al-
eis reading their morning news parson did no! grant the request, though this doe* not take place
standing up. E*ch man and wo- but the story ran the rounds No until November. I gtt a big kick
man grab a mornlii.: I was said, did Americans out of the rial I v comments on the
most i. rear the "coming of 'h, English*: Hkely candidates, and last week I
the Dally Nc, and the Mi. *, Pf '''P*"* .J D In, ,B#
Then COOV...... my And Carlsenwell b> now the f>**V News dealt with a couple of
contributed lo thai DOB- ** vt..rld ki. expressions, introduced into
born '" aTP* n' professional polttl-
L.I..L .1
plat)
the crowcti
bus. They are abo
site as DM tw I In
with between 40 ai
.id ji ufusely illustrated
inplain nude 1" btiBf
Mo later*
. prln * a Hntish sea-
Hi failed by 7 miles, but
SO pages, h's written an indelible page In
ith th ""' Klorious history of "those that
previous day's q, .. ght i. ippen- " ** "> 'h<" *' >" >hiP "'
km who want ;h<- ' due to arrive in New York M
sports news m.t Mart from UM *'"i*-'-o. but already hn. name
back pages; those who want ;o ' by-word On television last
-e the pictures first look at paye. night one we 1-known figure re-
. mutrii. ... '"red to Capt Carlsen request
to walk up Hiuadway thus This
rave man who faced th( dangers
4 the raging ocean alone v. ill no)
I roadway He will not
face the dangers of New York
ne; and then to the middle
'centre fold" and the flnanc
and business magnates
Vaactlj where to look fa Uk
luff. But at tin
look
everyone takes
weather chart to see u it's fair
cloudy, cold or snow, so that they
will know how to plan their day >
activities.
And all this is lairled out la
the strictest silence. Only UM
tusile of the paper comi- I
the click-clack of ihe ti.iin.
'" traffic
lad
columnist in a morning
M <>f Capl Carlson's
HmdM failure "There's no
shame In losing to the Atlantic
* hen It is not pacific "
I rather like this one
i -he Adi'orotr. has made
Lo Linda Darnell.
And I find that the neon Uvi Um American actress who up to tin of down to J.ii.in.i to help in the
American journalismIhe most drivi for hurricane relief Funds
Mnaiuoni fronl page Wall soon after hat* return to Maw
new-. It might evCsB M IMlaflil. York her hotel Warwick suite was
no matter what it is, it hits 0,< ransacked hv thieves who made
headlines, One example lufflcet. off with lovely haul of jewels reading especially the term-peace-
valued at I12.50O. Here s Uana civilian elections. I have
i lam The two
run" a*n the "wet run ~
I n tnur
"What *hu new development
in political gibberish Will do to
the candidates we don't know-
But It Is doing no good to the
native tongue. More than any
civilirid people on the face of
the globe wo Americans get a
kick out of translating our
peacetime civilian elections into
terms of violent military eo*r--
hat.
"Since th* retirement or
George Washington pi Itical
rivals have staged "campjigns"
to win the White House. Con-
tests for seats in Congress arc
always "battles" Stale prim-
aries have became "skirmishes".
Modest little Joe Doaks. wh.
wants his friends lo elect him
alderman or dog catcher, alwayi
"runs" for the Job Our more
sedate cousins in Britain, ire-
land or Canada, are content to
"stand". The present "dry run"
and "wet run"' are normal poli-
tical thefts for mllttnrv
clature "
Alt of, this makes quite nic
heard of gems being used
elections somewhere in South
America. I wonder if these elcc-
The nihrv-eved movie beauty. Won* come under thai head 1
who calmly b- lizards, other elections people "
spiders, sharks i hurricane from
last summer during *ue filming
of "Saturday Island"
B> R. M. m ( i H l
WASHING .
TWO men made all the news in America
Chunlull and Eisenhower.
Churthill for what he will say tu Truman j
and the world. Eisenhower (or his apparent
agn-ement L> contest a qualifying round in
he presidential election
An announcement from Republican Sen-
ItOf Henry Lodge said he has entered Eisen-
n wer fur the New Hampshire primary elec-
tions n March II.
New Hampshire is traditionally Repub-
lican. And. by the State law. if your name is
ntered for th.- primary it automatically goes
.mward unlesj you repudiate the, nomin-
ltion in writing.
So everyone is waiting tensely lo vee what.
. anything, Eisenhower is going to do about
t'pudiation. Tonight's reports from his liaad-
tiarters and private home in France pic-
urd him as silent and lyblg low
Are among our large
stock of Home and
Hardware requirements
The type illustrated is 26 gauge
in 2 and 3ft lengths
Priced at SI.04 & $1.68
die.
xhaustion. heart failure and
arlous other ailments experienced
only during election period. And
r.maiea BW.l.Ti definitely what about put out when Ukt discovered Arc these of the sedate cousins
some of her prattles! baubles class?
srara milng ____ Bul thls aparl the comments re-
call some notes 1 read or wrote
The
I
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own fashions In Its
Tallulah Bankhead s maid a Mrs. and furs valued at *I2.500
C'romn was charged fin larcenv how the story nppenred in
in connecuon with some cheque paper
which she altered. The money In-
volved was in four figures, and
the l.i" mi on cltbei I MM quoti d
poetry when they gave their final
addresses. Miss Bankhead .is
every movie gner knows, WU
once a leading light in U
of enles t.iiiutuTit and this fact
hoisted the case lo bin hculline-
its were top new- Hem. while the Warwick on Novernber 30 but abo ^ ..^.
UM Ko,en Wa, was still undo- erepted an Invitation to' **!* , .. ,, wn5 Iefrrr,.d
s|aad BUI this is America Which T'T'^L "' a" 'R5ri Acrob.l.cs". and
|,,v t"" ' pointed out how a candidate h-.
"The actress took her most to "stand" before he could "run-
..d...d,l. icwellery and some for l in the House If h.
other possessions out of town stood- it meant that
with her. but left the bulk of hei -running and h. had to do both
baggage In the hotel. Her at the same time If he ran .aw
maid visited the apartment on "won", he not a "seat which h.
Frldav Jany S. and found Miss would "hold" for a certain lime
Darnell jewel box open and a even when he was standing ..
S3 mm -ilver-blue mink stole the floor of the House In fael
missing Cram cloaat rack. Be- certain members ""rl'mted then
twan 20 ind 30 pieces of jewel- sueeess to the fact thai they could
lery valued at annul *9.500 had "take the floor" CO attno* MQ
been taken, along with the mink question, ami hold It for noun
stole Linda I"l,i the COBI if needs be. More than one chap
Aniong these w-re a gold kfy has loated that he had "eairlad
pin with her name installed In the House." and while talking; It
ruble* valued at MOO; Initialled me was sure he had it with him
pendant earrings $300. a dia- He promised to 'how me alUr th.
niond-studded gold wrist watch tea Interval but unfortunate^
300; and a gold S! Christopher couldnt w-ait However, this glani
medal given to ntt In happier is still "holding his seal .
dnvshyPcv Marlev. Hollywood might still have anotlv
eamernman from whore she I" "~ ***-* hl' u'"
Last week UMTC wssl DOUtlna l
Prinw
Ministei Winston Chuchill first.
Bd Capl Kurt Carlsen shared
Ihe spotlight between them. The
77-year-oFd British warrior-poll-
ticlan came, anil hy teleu-n.n I
saw and heard him greet the Presi-
dent of the United Slates In the
same old cocksure fashion which
has characterized him all his life.
There was some doubt ahnut tin
warmth of his reception before he
arrived but "Winnie" himself rn-
diates such warmth, thai hearts
naartoiran. and he was greeted
with acclaim wherever he went.
There Is a little story worth nail-
ing. It appeared in more Ihun one-
newspaper It was to the effect
lhat a Senator had asked the M111-
m-c htm dotna his feat
OUR III-: A III 'IIS SAY:
Winl iilitiun Fvtlrruliitn
tJiiiltlttvrism?
To The Editor, T/w Advocate
S1H,1 g.nini U1-.1 Hi
lency "ie (wvarnoi baa aritad Um
members of bolh the LagMlatlVs
Council and ihe House of As-
sembly for their view* on the
proposed Federation of 'he Wcsl
Iruuan Isl tfKU
Nuw Mr. fcdilor. I have recJ
the Federation Keporl and
cannot for the life of m' see %hat
is to lie gained at the present
iima by the adoption "f raoara*
tion. II Is estimated that the
eatf of this hohhy will bfl 411811.-
000, '" SB18.400.00. I considei
this esttmiite ver> much 00 th
low side; any way It 1* lnxur>
Ihe West Indies can ill afford.
I have also read the Report on
the establishment of ,1 Customs
I'mon in tin' British Caribbean
Area. Such a Union would intro-
If he stays in the lists, there will be a light
mtween him and Senator Robert Taft. of
Ohio, to see which of them the New Hamp- j
*hire voters would like to see nominated to! \
killinge Truman for President in Novem-lj
ber. ;!
Il would be a big test of Eisenhower's '
lineal strength in a typical Republican
State.
And Senator Lodge, speaking with great
elf-assurance in Washington, repealed that
le general "personally assured me" that he
I Republican (his political affiliations have '
i.tn in doubt till now) and that "I don't ex-
>ect him to repudiate his entry in the prim-l
ry."
CHURCHILL I
THEY described him, affectionately as look-'
H "Pickwickian" One reporter, trying to do
slice to The Hat. said it was a remarkable.
wn-i'fT stove-pipe job."
They bent over backwards to be as tactful 1
tad hospitable as only Americans can. Thus. [
< minutes before he entered the room
n< n- he held his New York Press confer-
Mce. an army private tiptoed in and removed
Revolutionary War picture from the wall
11 j;ave offence.
The President," said the New York Time*.
;teeted the Prime Minister with all the sm-
nty and warmth of an admiring friend."
ie did, too.
Little touches which we at the airport
;ed were when Truman tucked a hand under
*mj visitor's arm to guide him over to the
iiitinf, "mikes", and again when he sud-
nly turned for another vigorous hand-clasp
ifter speaking his words of welcome.
C.
S. PITCHER & CO.
Ph. 4472
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Intferewl
MRS JOHN <;iLLINGHAM. of Oshkosh,
Wisconsin, lost her purse during a New
Years Eva ball. She reported that it con-
tained 500 dollars Now the purse has been
posted back to her from a nearby town. Oddly
enough, it now contains 1,018 dollars.
l3> Where is the money to como
from"
<4) In addition to furnishing' To The Editor, The Adrorale
the actual cost, we will be SIR,It seems U> be obvio
ealMd upon to supply iho that while Barbados has cases
Federal Council with funds murder- stabbing* and ftghtiiu
to maintain such Colonies nearly everyday as one can re-'
who ilnd It impossible to in your newsp..i".s W
pay (Kg 1 slop the cinemas from shownn
(5) What Is going v bf mil one wild western film after an-
nnalal position when we .ilhergangster films and al
eet a. few drv years, which iouh types of entertainment Cei
It U mos, reasonable to tain eUues of the populatio.
eai*;'- The only prop have childish minds and appu
available !o Barbados is t" emulate what they see ,, th,
iaiir Industry. ??" 'J. ,OTl u:e- .T .
Yours truly "ahtlng films must set a very b;c
i xample to minds such as the**
COMMON SENSE A FILM GOEH.
2011. Jany. IM2.
Hmiki-r* In Hriilgvlaivn
fMff Hi'iiuii'
To The Editor, The Adeocafe
SIR.There Is a saying give To The Cdildr, The Advocate
.hem an inch and they will take SIR -Kindly allow me to draw
an ell (whatever that means), to the attention of some respoti
duce free inlertradlng between -,ve 'pn, on old horse and they lbic parly, the increasing Inci
the W.I. Colonies. I am or the wtl, ,,,1,. hlm lo hell." That's the dents occurring from this dej;
opinion that such a Union should CU(. u|tn Min. of the hawkers menace to pedestrians on the
be brought into being and prop- m Bridgetown today. The poor highway.
erly tried out to ascertain how It pedestrian just cannot go around 1 have again been attacked <,
would affect the smaller Islands a comer without fear of leaving lne public highway by thes
who try to pay their way prlnei- his pants lorn off with gigantic (tray dogs, and for me It has long
pally with funds received from baskets, wheel-barrows and no^v pa,t lhe. ttmK* of a Joke, where I
RavgfUM before giving I re* that women are selling wood an, concerned. Is there no society
niiv .nnsideration to West Indian and coals along the street. Now or in'titutlon to see after this dl-
radtratlOt. th.tS the limit. Imagine having Rl,ueful situation?
to Iry to tell your wife that you ^LD VI'
A.s I .- fcuvi..tion is con- t ^^ or ,, olack m,n, on ,81h Ja m2
ccnied I understand lhat both vour cloUiea when you were doing
Jamaica and Trinidad have agreed ,|lolipmi, ,,, i,,wn We know /7( rfriV t'urrt'nt
In pim.iole to the idea. yery wr|| x\\*\ there is no market.
Jamaica. As far as this Colony Uul ,-pn)cmber seeing a notice 7^, The Editor. The Adeocafe
1 eoncerned. when Mr. Busts- Whi,h s-dd that they were to go SIR,As a frustrated and dia-
mante visited Barbados recently ,. (nai ihey had actually contented applicant for elcctric
he w-,i% reported to have s.ild lhat ,pm(. to Temple Yard. An>iow, I current. I was deeply interested
Since the Pioneer Industries Hill know th.it thev haven't up to the m the Hon. H. A, Cukes defense
had been passed in Jamaica Uicy time of writing this letter. Bul of tfie Electric Supply Corp. and
had developed a large number of fcir, do you agree with me that his suggestion that the Chamber
the sooner Ihey go the better. of Commerce consider the ques-
ThankniK )TOM Sir for space. i,OIl 0f asking the Electric Com-
1 um vours respectfully. pany to connect everybody even
I it meant load shedding
industries. This Coli
therefore would be looking for
r. 1 n irhaUi to ship um
factured products to. A Custom*
Union followed by Federation
would enable Jamaica to obtain
an outlet for the sale of """*
,-oods In Barbados and the Wind-
ward and l.cewarrt Islands free
DISGUSTED.
TssMfM To Coil
To Thr Editor. Th.' Adi'oeate
The C 0111 pan y howeve r.
Ihelr excuse to the Vestry for
only supplying twelve lights.
never mentioned any shortage of
of
UC ssr-ja rrs- =. SL9LLtt*
'";::."'.; >*''<^iS^>^v>*.fs^ZS'tL'Zl "^Zil"?,'""""
Age
SHOULI> a policeman's lot be ended at 63 1
whether he likes it or not? Two hundred and
forty policemen, faced with compulsory re-
tirement under a new law, appenl in New
York.
HUM wtlli..... ba SI It has shown ItatU In many ^L^SSS wL vet siren to.
- ,he, t,xat,on. Ba. Vuli(;Uli Ius and Mill of us ^ir wUfS refusal lo InVtal cur-
bados In urn has noth ng to ,hou|fl bp thankful. There *~ ,enl to u* middle claw applicants.
export to Jantaici free or dut> ^ime 0f u, who are planters, and who arf u^yajiv afrald to express
Trluldad. This colony to a others who make their living by ,. ireiVences lest we be
somewhat leaser extent is In the ihe crop*, but all of us depend tinused
hvourabta poaltsfin, .,.1(i banaal by the land.
It bag bean said that Ihe ei- There is not a single thing Uul So serious || UlU shortage that
l.d lishmeiit ol Fnuamuan wsMH nan ean bouen which is not the Company ruts removed the
m.ille Ihe West Indies to ap- taken from the earth. God still meter and discontinued
proach the Colonial Office from a manifests his miraculous power from a sick lady who had to use
united front. Now Mr. Editor. io-d.iy as in the days of yore, an electrical appliance, this
be* Often doev this become ne-cef- He does not ask of us water to spite of a letter from hei
sar% Whet, such an occasion be changed into wine, but after >et they granted the
Ul the case of the Sugar B long process. His water is nd power to sand hi
Question which hes just been set- changed Into various gifts; cer-
tled a Commission was sent from lalnly, we are as much surprUo.'
the Colonies to Umdon to argue as at the wedding feast. Thi'-
Mir eaV wbi(h served Its pur- year all Barbadians should more S'i^rt'^^J!;
,ose and can be adopted on than thank God for the bMixi* JJ Si^^^T^^
keening '. i:k- fCOfl IM, an1 "" "" "J
.bundant rain of The (overnment Electrical Inspector.
MiHssua disaster* have lh,' w"uUI remove Hie impression
\^^ir^ '- "-vtn, -
bid them, and may we praise Him loured.
(tTwhat are we to gain bv aval UM nwra En Hi* mercy and
this h E PIKRSCN ARCHER
It) What will be the cost to ^ tmmm BK- 6th Avenue.
the taxpayer? <> Jn>' l9- BellevUle.
Outside Blair House the crowds shouted
Yea, Winnie!" A Washington department
tore took the entire back page of a news-
'jper for a huge wartime photo of him"We
<>in the millions of Americans who greet
his extraordinary man, typifying the spirit
f the great British Empire."
Said the irrepressible taxi-driver: "He's a
mart old duck, all right." (And "smart" in
\mencan means shrewd.)
CRACK
IT IS NOT all honey, though. Two Mid-
West senators, Henry Dworshak, of Idaho.
ind Bourke Hlckenlooper, of Iowa, both Re-
>ublicans. say: "Churchill, as a realist, should
know lhat various United Nations countries.
neluding his own, have not co-operated fully
1 the Korean war."
QUOTE
"BRAilNS have no sex," says a chic. fiO- I
year-old grandmother named Mrs. Maybellt I
Kennedy from Pawhuska, Oklahoma, who
gets sworn in tomorrow as Assistant Treas-
urer of the United States. She thus become;
the nation's No. 2. "T-woman." No. 1 is hei
lifelong friend, Georgia Clark, who is Treas
urer.
ENTERPRISE
AS SOON as Hollywoods Hal Wallis read
11 his paper about that gallant sea captain
he nipped right over to register the title "Tht
Flying Enterprise." And burly Burt Lancas
icr will play the lonesome Carlsen.
TV TROUBLE1
GOVERNOR HERMAN TALMADGE. ot
SelMdje'*. London is one of the many
famout buildings which have been painted
with International Paints. If you require
the best in paint* alwayi specify International
Our ager.ts will be glad to advise on the paint
for your |ob-
Ti Rtgntt'td
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DECREE
A
Very Fim Sherry
nv hovai. dk rfweeii 1mI*1I II grinied 10
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curvet 1'
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st year had
feel that
ind can be adopted
future occasions
When our legislative bodies are also tor the 1
mi this matter I suggest peat No sei
thai they keep In mind the fol- ^"J^'" >
been
Yours faithful!..
iiniui! hum
T00DS
DELICIOUS ANO^ THRIFTY
For vour Bufffi
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Georgia, well-known for his extreme VktWl ^ ?u8?ARD8pownrR
on raci* questions, complains that some ol 1 a, .- . m
America's most popular TV shows are upenh \
Boutin^ the South'*- segregation laws. He doeL *
not mind when Negroes appear in their acts
alone, but objects violently when "Negro men
111 -''" m dancing ensembles in close juxta-
I- tattoH to white females."
Cracks back Arthur Godfrey, product <>i g ^hroomb
ne of the shows attacked: "Has the Governor *;
heard that Negro boys are fighting for U B
Korea?" *:
TV TROUBLEJ
MRS MARGARET WHALEY. city libra-
ALL BRAN
SHREDDED WHEAT
GRAPE NUTS
KRAFT CHEESK
ANCHOVIES
1 SARDINES
1 PILCHARDS
I SALMON
1 A8PARAOUS
ITARROTS
ding rooms are being badly \
e. Reasons: Users of techni-jS
the library's readii
strained for space.
cal books say they can no longer concentrate
at home because TV is tuned in non-stop.
101' f tMiir-f thiw
'l> it I'll if it l.i
J & I! INRKHli)
niAi
Supper Ptrty
\it< lnn Iff//.
sf'of Kltihii's
AYLMERS STRAINED
I Ui| )S
PHONE GWARD'S We lleliver


TUESDAY JWTARY 22 12
n.\Rn\ncK vnvo< \ir
PAcr nvF
Ctvlc Circle Wurtfl
To lii.nl Hedge M
IN IIIAIMM;.
n of the

9100 to i


that '.'w iimimnn of the -it*
ma> be enhanced
C mmiHc?
lid bi considered in
I I
'
out that *
I
I

of tl
the Chnr h-
i i lisufsed
HI out of
.
iot r $100
thai the
fe used to
i'
v k Cm Ic
to prepare -
hart been
.... 'In
.'
had now lost much of it* former
beauty.
\:- s v w
hOUld inform the
Committal' >! the "lie position
i-egai-dine the .pending of the
UM) point
.mt th.it the matter could not be
(OM March.
i Aie WM not opposed to
Uh \. m. riling aside the
. in- vpent under the
direct sup.Tvt.ion of the Church- s,_ /,./, /,,.,/.,
wirden. but he would not agree I'
to anv "nunider" spending a
cent of money
Th| nrreplrd
by the Ve-try and the Clerk WM
.ns,ru'-tn.i to reply :<'cnrdtngly.
25/- For \\ fJimtatag
\\ ill. ItottiY
ii \ I
L H
\

\l S II \ i
Mi. *
Kail :-.!
nd S M days >
.
.luling Ivy
l
I
f. 8. 8. L>

Ivy Drakes told
that on > (..!.., :
1 ho bom* .ii

]

i Bol BUlU

rlt* bottle and as .<
i .i wai cut This
A b
It. h S|.,l. 1 svd
Teeth Loose
Gums Bleed
If net *Ted bat vrklng
Ulvatie-n, please write lor
I Id I HOOK
Which Make*
GODS WAY OF
SALVATION
<-td the tii-. t>an of h..
aii. wi.l t.ifc.-
NURSE 1DAILA FEHO'JEBON Ueftl ha.
-ccond part of th* com** In Juaa ihi- year
Nuraj Fsrgui*aon wan formerly employed at toe Children* Goodwill LeJU* and Bahy Creche for Urea
yearn before she left the iMand for England with a batch of other Barbadian girl*
i* -aid that *he It. eo)oyiiig her *tay in England and everyone la kind
>
i letter to Mr John Be.
undergoing practical training at Ht Marga ret'. Hmpital. straiton. England



in hen
lishing Moats
Tv ifo Ro/mirvd

the
ST. JAMES VFSTRY
APPOINTMENTS
Mr. S. II. M.inlah m
I -.'
Guardi.m of the Si James Vei-
Mi J C. Criell to 'be
Mrs.
Mil only nbi>ul
H s Ben- urn IB b*d*i Marled
UN IblllM, HOA1- i, .
tie repair, d it Batbahefaa beloi
th>.. return to Ashing. rhU
.i UbtHnln Bald >es.enlii>
I'd. i .-pairs will bo the usual
nniior rvpaln wkdeh irq Bturted
in anno illy, before ihaj
painted,
There M* "vj M |
thin
(Chairman Welcomes
St. James Vestry
BEFORE the bu|inH| of the St. .lames Veatr) WM in _.
lay, the Eta Canon Johnton, Chsurnuui tri the
Vestry, welcomed mcmberi ol the new Vestry, and aftei
ling fpaclal wercoma to the new members, paid
I the work done on the Vaatry by Mi It. SK.
andMi D I Wabata who reaignad at the end of the yeai
the
\ a lUkssl


ran staki
a Qillu Drake

i
-
.hi
in in- address Mi i>

with the can ..[ ah.mi who
i' n .mill

D
croft ami Me, i' WeStei .it OahaDj ataaon
WBATBOQI I OMiitioN-
Mi Pltl Willoughby Wa'.cott rinf the pa
[dace ble ' Pehertnan who lett Baih-
p| ;| Uia aheba and returned with Bah
Mil. the old dab
MatsdevUt*. Mr Thr irge^t amount of fish r.-
land w hunt I a I I
( . ( appointed a brought In on Friday and Satui ">e pnatnl
on the Church day last respectively There was
[the St. John Bap- onaa difficulty i(l aattbii I
M | i rich S"ld on Friday but the
. b, ij,,,,,, brisk i aatu Ih-
v nts each on tb,
tight cents on the vtrei
Affro a re* wnuu'
lion, work au
Chimboraso Kn.nl. S*
yesterday. This road wut d
j-bados on 'hree occasions dm
lakuu: year bjr ncavv f*iaa. Workmen
, -\ .
i |
i was
|
i no*
iHiaa hi i.

l .1..
Rate-payers'
Assessments
Questioned
k. II, It. ,( thai llu-
.-..- not !'. ia i.iimi'
Of ii.iin :
Wilrr,,.
could Mippm't "
i
i linTerent
Nit 'Aiileure
!
a the part nl

lena Lh il
led GHki
i
truck There "<
id
it m the
!;: ?LAIN
S i;..l.,,ts (ionprl
J BtH.k A Tract Service. 30
^ C'enlral Ave Bam or. Nl.
Aniamted Opinions
S. Mr L-o King :
voi CAN l!lim\ ii
iti r (. 11J1 WKCTBai i ll \ i
i
Cotombie" Calls After
Caribbean Cruise


Th- French pasaanaei
tolomble i.'t'i'iied to U.
*'** j v^dl build a trench on part nf UM
i nmhir spent ; hours iri"iiort before hi 'or THE RAINBOW mm i al Ml Si
- itomiiii' ;i B manabe ra rernoeed ta .1 i" <'<: due iu the fact thai he had
passengers site 400 yards east of the old ^:l'' ' Wed, and hi
It is now overlooking lh- sea. The .it tin |>l|g was an lodlcaUoo of
'. .
urn I

;,;;;,.-^fo,,r
p M, Joe,
itp'e iocaI
i & c<
Ltd.. previous site i
Bathsheba playing Arid.
part his consciousness of the contri-
bution nhich he had to make to
of tin parish.
II Wilkinson
lurntd senior mcmbei ..t the
f 4 the cist uma
behalf of the other
thaoked the Chair-
TMK VKSTBV OK ST JAMES ;,. .! .. <"%$
permission to raise a loan not exceea- continue to do their best for the
-----------------.. -Mr Inr rBrh
St. James Vestrv Wants
vi.OOO For New Chureh Roof
to the Legislature fur permission to raise a loan iwi cjkw.-
ing 1:1.00.) for the purpose of construclin,: IWW rood fOl
the r.uisli Church.
in view of <
extenda) 1 .1 -1--- tum exurUng amonjj rah paj
tin new memben, b) st jamas ragardlni tin 1 I
w 11 Wateoti wtw fH si:- of imiwiihiI Mi a q .....-*,,
meratei 0. iii<- veati 1 motion bi
iirsi in -.. u rdaj r..- un '. n.. b i
>ugb .H.upvniK g placs- Vestry asking thai th. VaBbr)
Qftqu 1 1 uh
on w-i not a mcmbei for some method at prhsclple rate-payei M rheli Honoun
Wall It, tin- t'iiairman are assc-s.-d. with .. rit
I owing n the Una of m< puea iHaaallafaml
veatrymen, and Mr. Jeamaon also gave notfew Ihe bottle and 1
they were all hoping that his of four oUm moUorul U> b
to ihe Vaahn wouM riderad il tht next rneetlng of 1
f hi? ueces^ion. the Vestry. They wart
, .., o-) u. w
the Playing rkffldi Commliw. r^ ,,(.llt> . IltI
has decided 10 erect
decbiion and ti j th#,
ing 11.1,1 which would th
benencia to Ih. 1 ntln 1
nity and by ...
ehudrcn
and adults to have recreation?
2. "As the cost of Ii.
.! m hi the Veal
00 foi th. 11
.....i *.t 00 f"i 11
opening?"
bt vorthj
llrnkeii aWviOf
NEW ARRIVALS
NEW YEAR
AT
nriATimilllAIIS
Nail Nipper*
1'apor Knivea to Caw
Indian Bath Boap
Tek Tootli 1
Com Pads (J. B Ji
Mu.lerole
Tel.o Jock Btrap*
Belladonnit Plaaler*
B*by CieaA and Lotion
Eseance of Chicken
Essence of Baof
Nongal In Pk- and Tln
I 1 t in Pk* and Tins
Aiumol Xuppo*ltonr>
TeatMlUM
Banogyl Tootk Paulo
Ruthymol Tooth Paato
Lloyd- Adrenalin Cream
Brewer** Yeaat Tnl>l*t-
Clarke'i Blood Miilmr
Oly ft Black Ciiriain 1'i-iilc
II a lib ..range
Allrulniry'* Baakt
Storaiyl Olii'iii.ni
Hall1. Win*
Thermo* Haaks
Agarol
Vesamu Tablet*
Analge*k Balm
Ca>tor Oil Capaillea
Oad i.iv.r mi f|g|g*alii
Bun OosKlr. I.II kln.f-l
pt Due
Arrid Deodorant
Porimwln (for cough*)
White Boa* Lotion
"Souvenir*' Playlug Card*
Daachlen* Bymp
Pr Werner* Powder
Lanalol fall kind*)
CHI 11 VUllllHilllll)
III).
HEAD or HKOAII HTKEI'T
Toffee
MADE IN U.K
The Peifection of Confection
WALTERS PALM TOFFEE LTD PALM WORKS
LONDON W. 3
MnlClILriUiAl, REQUISITES
1
von av si00ik 1x11.1 in:
CUTLASSES
SICKLES (L O. and B.Y.)
SUGAR BAG TWINE
ELWELLS CANE BILLS
AGRICULTURAL FORKS
do HOES
- We Offer -
THE HIGHEST GRADES
AT THE LOWEST PRICES
Ithlain Our Oni.>/..< v
///#.. It..,,,,,,, I ls,;ih.-r,-
HARRISONS
Hardware Store
TEL 23G4
mill.
P:u-isli Church. ...... ... n_ He di.
Sh-rllv befure the last House "died .the BuildinRC.im- .. ,
e.. wciil into the matter, and after having been Bn; "
,.. I..r C900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor. Ihe Vestr> ta
petlUoned the leRislature for permission to ..
The petition was placed before the House of Assembl> und a h;,_,,
Bill introduced, but was not gone throush wilh. clue to the bu, ,
dij no! cxpeil tlic Ufa ..l
1.1 ba mv tuna in
Ihe fact that the Local
Bill would m-.ti I...
" ,',u- f r 900 bv Mr. Denny, a contractor, the Vestry 0.........,.-..
;::;";;:,. ,e *&~.j* hss-Ji* r^yzsrig
for that parish,
all Ihe parishes, and it
proroeation of the legislature t hiaa that un-
pn-iuK**""" " ,|V migri, hav to be taken over til ihe Loeal Oovarnmant Bill and
ii Jordan, the Church- bv the Central Government. the Public Health BUI
: tin- mailer under 'Mr. Jordan and Mr. Searlc. Mig- pam I lhaj *ould just lie m;.rk-
matten ariainf out of tnc mm- aaatad th;t the matter should be
ut. ha pointed out '.he |.iiiin ruftrred until March by which
ind Mld mat th time thev should know the out-
WhOle ii-.i'-tei DuId have to be come of the Local Oetrarn
gone into again baton ttuq could Hdl. and
h the legislature for per- Nun.es' Quarters.
. to raJM Ihe loan. lot Chairman rcmindeu the
Wilkinson aaid thai the two members that the matter ol
, should do constructing, a new rOM i"i KM
now that the Local Governrne.it Church was not alternative to aOJ
Hill wai going 1" I* dealt with, other matters which should be
the I 01 i-nntc Intportpnl that deUy might
question. .il rWtB of the Altai.
ng time.
th. nkmg th. Ckairnuui fei hi
nil it h.ul
ran been his desire to do some-
huig iooti tor the parish, and he
ordai t" ralag
tary condilions in the pan h,
rfil the >
i rv provide a B use i
for use along the S'
coast at laatl ihiie I
week to keep roadk end iiaaehe*
md
4 "For the
' if] gl the Alt
will tin
T-.il. I fa th) !. ro- e

bietlhjl
iMl
23 lor Speeding
, worried wai
THEIR HONOntS Mr II
Ihe thairman that he Vaughan and Mr A J II II
ould endeavour Jp work In har- KheU, Ju.lges of U
nv paaca and goodwill with Court of Api"
membei m Uh wai- ed Joseph w
(letin;. - of El
Mr w n W..1..1; ilao thanked InatalmnU or two m
lead to ''""' "' w"h hard labour
* -ga. thai he n-iulil try to speeding while driving the
aid, and be
I for the food of ,,u* M 2534 on Baj weal
j A. Walcott woa worried was wanted, .- .-., ........
| ;.-*ed change therefore thought that the pen- !" T(e .
v, in of Loeal Gov- l.on should House. Tnt. chairnmn i..n rCqiH led L" xt'^
trnment Ajtminnrtratlon would and if it wai not entertaineo:. .
not aUael the raUtaa of ^ ii-n then no blame could be attached lh(1|r ,0-.,^,,,, Ml 1;,,
us was th.- Can *ith St. Lucy to ihe Vestry and Mi Webal.....10 -.... : '' x
v.ho trual uiiiutcessfullv to ral*e When member* yuggestcd that ..,, ,,.,.,.:,,(.,;. rnitntaTs i |,! '"" ''l'1 "','''
a loan due to the Maude bill, ttic propi*-.i MnrtructlOfi would ,h<, vestry. Laahleyattachefl to the J
cost more than was on......tad -> m, )( johnaon .d*., loioad
Vestrv Debts months ago, the Chairman, a*- W1(n (hl> ,-,,.,,,
The qiK-slioii w.i* aho raised as sured Ihem that if the, wen ,,,, ,,. Ul(. u, ,, ,.,
to whether the House of Assem- able to rai- ,n ..11- n the petition to go of a loan, he WOUld undertake to (ror, uH| hr W||S ((n<> nf tngin_ Aooe).x cort. amountlnil to */-
through U Ih. fact that raise the remainder. s:vc Wet ,nd me whom |h(. j.1
I Ihe change coming The Vestry decided to send the v.strv wnuUI greatly imb defendant
nt-out, debts in.urred by the Ve-
llranrh .il Central l-nll.c
. z* IraveUlii
hour on IS. 1- Sir el'
III.MM I I
FOOII AIU.\I\S
Tor
lib This Week
English Potatoesper 10 lbs.......... $1 20
English Potatoesper 6 lbs........... 72
Onionsper 5 lbs................... on
Condensed Milk .....................
. M,irie. Sweet Asst. Cus-
tard Creams. Trl Fruit Puffs. Cream
Crackersi-.. Ih Pkt 54 .40
Danish Saliimi Sausage per lb

lb. Pku............
Dutch Pea* & CarroUper tin ......
Dutch Green Cabbageper tin
Dutch Sour Croutper tin......
: trick Creamper tin
Smorgons Frankfurters- wr tin
COCKADE FINE It CM
$1.31
I 00
.51
42
2B
33
.11
Vri.YSf *;#.. StOTTA *.. aUnt
aVve*f *i SanMat ewf
Fir Hi Aid
1 <>'*>! ims 1*1
##roi*#Mf/"ft*
aw n Imittl

ALOCINE A Concentrated Chill & Fever Drink
hBMOa r I'.iraaitic Skin Troubl"-
lllVMfil. IMI l.sinv -worm.
kill DRf.NCII A Mild Saline Apoi
i LEANSINC, IIBI-Sfll F< l throwing of! Il
hi unit t RA An Abswrbeiil Dresiing for Animals.
tAHAKOFF A t'oinp'd Cough hUxl
Also KOMOUAN Bl Powder.
KOSMII I \N
KORSOLIAN M neral Bupph
knights Drug sfioms
"January
a
W! :
Bli
Size
Bin
time for new
TOWELS
: COTTON TERRY TOWELS
1 in. x 42 in. Basil $2.26
A di x 48 In Each $1 99
' < 41 in. Euch $1 90
COLOURED TURKISH TOWELS
Size 16 in. x 32 in. Each.......... 90c.
Size 20 in. x 40 in Each...... $1 56
Size 21 in. x 42 in. Each ......... $1 %
Size 33 in. x 66 in. Each $5 07
DYED COTTON TOWELS
V\ I" Blue, Oreen, Pink.
Size 22 in. x 41 in Each $2 10
WHITE H.S HUCKABACK
TOWELS 14 in. x 22 in. $102
18in.x27in...........$1 11
18 in x 32 in.........$1 63
WASH CLOTHS
Size 11 in square,
Each ............ 26c
CAVE
SHEPHERD
&. Co., Ltd.
10-13 Broad St.


BARBADOS ADVOCATE
,1 l s|>\V JAM ARY 22. 1952
CLASSIFIED ADS.
lELtPHONE 250*.
I c.fwirr I
unbar ol mil"
| p] I. r ... '
IHI l>
THANKS
I'...-. x...
1 llv*. -I-,
tOH HJM
FOR s\ll
AUTOMOTIVE
I | mi--. MM it
i-atdltion and PSf)
Of

Hartli Wheel B.II
r imiWIUlf or late
DlI MM. Courtey O.
\MM\llIMv IMHI.II SALES
rULRCUlaUE BICYCL*
- mil from Mrur, A.
Iir Prncead* (or eh*fill
PI Ift.M' NOIIUN
NOTICE
r*m.N en i iiim hi p< H
Th* PamchUI TlMiutr-l Offlca ....
be eloaad on TUHdiVi t)rid ,r,a JB""
Janunry. at II nw
WOOD GOODAJID.
rarocr. nl TMnim
X 1 1S-J\,
Tl \i K TRACTOR Oliver Cl>
II CY) DNWl fOI
I od W or TDS immeduifci
Dial Mis. CouftaaV '>.
n * \ MirTOK rvnjw. p. hi
.1 i -II aarly
HrnMAl A TAYLOR'S
OAKAOB LTD It IN
MIlBBI. OWOBB
i-"dii.oo 4BM mi .
A|:ls DAVID atTAlp
lb I AB In i...fret
,.le.. MM* OB CASH
AMI Jnr c o T
NOTICE
X3nd and Mlh InaUnl al
r CBOROX ORANNUM.
AW J*B mental TWurw.
St. UKhaM
NOTICE
'** oi ? pbii.ii-
i ,...,... i,., i I-..
Nut at the Si Pi
i~ rtrnwi i uva undent mad
i fully
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
'.or.. received from tha In-
DAV Ik* Bl Om Po*d la Mot Cu
amaped at CbarlBn MrPr.earner Co
Ltd ehapal *,traat
Sal* t o'clock Tarrr. ia.Ii
BKANKEIt. TEOTMAN A II)
A MM aaja)
J" I M- It.
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
h " tha 1a-

Mi A>i>a ioii i
dona cm mlr* i Damafni .
TffliU CaaM. SaW at I urn Vlntant
H t 114n
SHIPPING NOTICES
X.SIIMI AIBTBALIA AND NIW
i I ALAND UNI LT*.
MANS UHK
M V TXKOA la aipactad M Load a*
."or to lor Trinidad. Barba-
djon. Ba.pmja M'l) January and amv-
ii at Betbad-o That .eoael hava aaapla apnaa tap chiliad
ajpaf fanaral cargo
Carte aeeaplad an throu*th Bill* ol
ladlnl *nh tranahiamant at Trinidad
I.* BrHWi O-lano, Wlnd-ard and Laa-
lor fiiihai prtiruUra apply lo
riRMi. WITHY A Co Ltd
TRINIDAD
I I I
DaCOSTA ft Co L
BAHB.\D01
Mrd mm
Tna M V
arrant Care* and
v.-tij'ia MlaaiiBl.
Navia and Km. Ba.linp
rrlday Itt Patirua>> 1PM
Tha M V. MOMSKA *ill
..'mi Car pa and Paaaandrr* (00
Anitarue Mantaaml
Nmi and Kill. Sail"! n*-lr
la ba notidad
W I BCMOONER OWNERS'
ASSOCIATION ISC i
CaaaagMM Tala. >a. MT
ji sr the thin*; YOU lOESD MOM
BLANKETS
$3.25 M.26
Pupular Shades Supremt- Qh;i1i\
THAN i'S
I'm.. . William Henry Slrt-tl
/.'.V^/.W/M'/
',V/W/>VI'IV,V//.'.V''/'V'''''V -'-*-'-
REAL ESTATE
SliiTiiHCYCIJ
dana. i \ : .. >l "' i 1

IOSI A MM Ml
L08I
AYmiir. *i"> Il.-.ul I
inMrtaall paper. fine
MM or OM J J Tho'..
A>*l>rai>ti
a Hiuaa and Midwife, and muat tor*.
__ with Ihnr airplK.HK.ni ihnt Baatlmi.
VciocatU i tip CartJftrMaa a wall a* their Crrlinralaa i(
WorklnM CMMHUnn '"nmatanc).
MorahiT t-i* For Thr xUiy altMhrd to U>M poM
1U dtt P" "" UnifotT... |r<|udl
1-h* and aquarian Biruvkdad.
I Tha ,.crr*afu! .andld-i. ., U .
alew, all naadarn
Oil "
. .i-mi .all |i
I I |
-ih Avanur. IVllavllla. aon-
.InlriB; 1 hadt.m'i* diaoim and rtinln*
am and all BMBaWp lanvaaiMnca*.
. '
.land No rMAandhM Ml
Dial 4TPJ HIM *
/Mc^stouHMp co-
rn, man
ill DOS.
Lid.
OCBAM RANGtR mOi
STBAMBI uila UUi .
sil.\\ir. aalli ISIli
NBW YORK MRVKI
NEW ORI.KANK Mi'.MH
Ind Jn-.mvil no* 11th Jan it"
ELECTRIIAI.
i p. ci' |
Clara lo Ina Board
81 Philip
FURNITURE
A HAKNCS A Co-
ital pit
Mr.
If AM ntlrri tlw I
'.a,., tin*, pr .



WWII II
HEEI
A VII I
Pn* I Mi fan.. I.
11.11 Si Oi.i..
1-MIV i
M pr. Ilitrh
Mac Vai.ii.r-
tttM up. Part Upr.Blu
iaim Mao ra- ".larl Arm Chair* H~~~
rh. Deal Kilrhan Tahlr. from I
iwardr. Iron bot i from MM
,r.l.. Clat Diriina Table* (roan SU no
wanta. Inrtudlrui larsa varlaty of i
I.' *at Ba> I
i . MIO Dlil Jn ,
LODGE SCHOOL
'r lor tala
t ihair u.ct HO, IT Hih Straal. ;
Hrl'la.-t..*.., ta.'.a.i lb- II.t dar
al laa-a.r. It*l. ii 1 > tha aMairanbr
bulMlna < .ind ".M*
rabo.tK rlluata on

-i landa nf Cloud
UalK Ihaj rraldanca of Sir Dudlry la-
,;-k Tin- I '*a* raa.li
( Club -,..! tummauvda a
r. paitirular. a. 0 tvodnian.
f aaaa apply to.-
iTLat, CATri.RD A Co.
MWSMI
M ) .-.lilVrd lor i
I . Lodaa BVnool thai Mr
ha* barn apawanMd ai
Traoautar Id I
bVImM In tha- plara of Ml
Mr rarmar will irr
,.1 1>i. Hi I "I Mi' -' >
noyca.
A PARMKK
NOTICE
MECHANICAL

NOTICE
la Ih* I.lair al
IXIM IH-.-.1
lha Katatr .,f
r<> Ual- Ml
I
I in. bland on

MISCELLANEOUS
Ol 1MROI Mi
CANADIAN III1IU
PRI Nl-I
cnalbrrt
-
\l.oA rORITAN
ALCOA PIONIX".
i astch
\ TTAMP-R
* tTTXAMBS
A *TCAMKIt
lanuary l*lh
JanuarT Mth
Frbruary till,
referuao BM
March lllh
Vbrviarv "and
Mairh Ml
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PACE Flf.HT
BARBADOS ADVOTATr
TUESDAY JANUARY H ]<:.:
JAMAICA REPLY WITH 243-6
Binns Hits 100
In Fine Style
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BARBADOS1ST inmm.s 1H
JAMAH \ HI mid FORCED to Follow on after tcoring 311 in th.
inn in. v Barbados. Jamaica lvv <.;.
play .. J; for The loM of six wickets and
will raw -:iil requiring luo runs to avoid an
inn,i
Allir limn- irno ''.<- M tn '!> IOd and MBl da
last nraafc hi succession
even 100. In Jamaica's MCOn ml mi
innings, he sh.in.-d U a Mill vicldcd a single. While Marshall'
I ,s nmideii.
ii Leod to The luncheon interval wait taken
score 71. McLeod played pains- with the score al 30 for the lo-* >'
taking innings for 79 and Neville lhjw wlrkcth. n llonitlti w
Boniito. -. good supporting ., no, ^ b,u
%S Bnrtedo. i-.vi.ng a. the MfI** ftygg"*
k0t mm Mean* and ihe ground Allcr ,*"nfn ,
tickling good. Pan bowk *"' rwumpuon, McUi
Ingle on
tor iht day. nnuhed with Kin* to mid w;
...is Of I Cor 51 in 14 own, bowled a maiden to
white Prank King got foi M Daaltte on drove the first from
in the s- oven, and Kln| to Um lundary and then
Norman M.irshall I f sending down M I of McLeod ibUMd to the b*f| ol
...Icii' Bprkci :it Miu.it.- !.: "IT M.tsli.tH
LUV Plaj WM UMB held up for a bit
lett I mum m King itruck HcLaod ,(> i
... ' full one which the batsman had
railed tn MfOtlaM. lionitlci I
off the back foot to long off lo
register another four.
ball singled lo mid off. MUdH
pitying out the reman
overthe last of the daj
The score was 243 for ihe MM
if six wickets and Jamaica with
four second innings wicket still
intact were loft lo got 199 runs
to save an innings defeat Mille
was not out 9 and Mudic
4.
Th' scores are as follows- -
HMIMIUS-14 lniUti(> ....
MV\ FAINTS \l
POUCEM IN'S
QUESTION
BUI 5.30 p.m. vesicidav. A
W. I nt lies On I lor
ang wen- being drawn
rtCJMt match at Kensing-
827 Runs
from HAROLD DALK
SYUNF.Y. J
great innings by Alan Hat
to de-

an
W&s the main feature nf today*
play.
nol ouf um. Gordwi Sc.nlloln.ry ol SI. E?d So'bch'.nT. V
J.mc, lg a slrcl, down Bro.d ft* JJgf-ZFgf&fS,
When -J*ll WW pta, vjrtSfi 118 nhed will,
seven wickets to fall.
H K BJ
ktrai b
Um kM
i ioi Frank King took
charge from the pavttfc n
.arm down maiden to Btfuia.
I
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King lh only slip Raid off the

tingle off the iMt lo send 300 up
rd Marshall to the extra cover
M I the total to 40.
Holder rapine ad King nl Um
pavilion end. He bowled to Ml.' d
who -.hk;!,.,! with hi I li
. U with
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ItAKH \ito-H WICKI'.T KLLPER Ch..rlio Taylor goes to HcLeod's
assutanre aflai Mi Leod w*> struck by s fast one from Frank King
at Kensington yesterday, the fourth dsy of the First Jamaica Barbs- 3 Mv4m
lg T. I Um
trim
43 including 5 boundaries had yards short of the wuket keeper
batwd [or MS inuiute*. who failed to gather, and McLeod
branch and ran safely into his crease. The
hi ii.ji K \miji a boundary run aava Bum.- his individual
. 1-r.t...
Pincod t William* b Bark**
Thoibourn r Manball b Birr
. Blunders I b b Kma
Ti MS . H"W.r h KiMC
Mcl^oa Ibw b C. H. WlllUms
1 M.idi c King h lloiavr .
I. Mii:n Ibw b Ki.s
i nontrio ibw b affnbjaM
O. OoodrMtt* c ruinni b WUIItsi .
Scarlett b Ki ToUl
rail ol witt*-l lor 4. 1 loi '
TS. t It l. S (or III. for *. 7
S for . B t..r K
BOWLING ANALYSIS
N. Manhall .IS
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Pr*rod c Atklwaon b Hstker
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L. Sattridrr. Ibw b Ba>Wr .
M. BofiltlK l. Kma
J MrLaod I
William Heni> Street, opposi*
the Canadian Bank of Commerce.
lie stopped in front of two Bac h|t ,71 ,
Pollen Constables and looked canw afu.t H ^^ ot uln
into their faces. p],,,, flUre. Once past the hun-
One CorutabMi enquired: "Do dted, he hit with Immem
>ou want something wlth Willy Ferguson ably back-
Witnout uttering a word. iruJ h|l
Scantlebury fell at their Mt% three sixes all off Ring and I*
apparently in a faml. fours.
The Constables lilted him on
to the pavement In Prince Willian I Critics poini out that he had to
Henry Street and phoned for a face neither Lirdwall ni.r MtUer
Police van. Before the van ar- his chief bugbears. The We*:
lived, Scanllcbur>. who hti]
iccovercd a little, moaned; 'M>
friends caused this, My imtuir.
caused U
A woman nearby rubbed his
head with a lime and offered
him soda water. Stum the van
arrived and he was hustled off
to the General Hospital where
tl mined.
I,.n MeOoiald b ruchrti
r Hi-rii b Ian Johi..n
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arvr. not out
1
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Total if^r 3 wlclwl.i IM
Hal
MB
Total 'lot 1 wifkrlii
67 minutes.
aaA.TWS.sa. a.,
I (irst from King cquarc |eg off Holder and !
to DIM leg lor a couple at d l**ajf EdMd fM OCM M mU i B Marshall
aovti ciiow to bcwlad anotkai maldan
make his score 95. He tin I .. Uej^and, Bonitto got ttirat 10
smaied b. Bm leg -n i bumper rinaleg off Hoktor. Thop
and WOQl down t" '<> Will II : half i led a single. BU
lo j'J with .1 sou i :; w.;:. uq ,. rracn t''
cut off King for n couple ami th'-n scram fid in pi*
singled to eovor in |M bu bundled whose figures were BO. 7M. SR. aW
including 13 boundart 101 n,
King bMtl al
,cket fence lor four,
blooded off drive by
Binns to the fence off Barker
rbO raUtVOd Marshall saw the
200 posted in 228 minutes, and
nexl over saw King take the new
ball al the screen end
the
he*t pad" lK" ^'"P"* fortes Joidat*
r.d^wo'^inTinto \V
"' Ring l.....lad i wry tast bumper.
extras. The batsman then drove J|iilh s,iu,h ,( handle of ttv
WcIx'ikI survived an appeal tor 'he mid j
l.b.W. by WllaMDM and lab i lOOSt A I*
iin easy single to :qu,nc leg. King
bowled a roaideu to i
n
Leod.
" i ;i:i;i;\\,,T.m*dv",,McLeod'
nd with the total liCJiVcr^..r*,?i^!M^^
st 120 and his
r Km*
II Bailor
S. M*ran-I
ii i iii,..i.-. ikiii* mi, hh - .-.^ .. ,.iB him uiiitiiy hi iim one te||------------ - ....- - wiiiiii f 11 tn n mi- iknuh i*i '> , .
Scarlett with hi: I besstd '" "" "n '"' 60HI* "" ,M bat. The batsman calmly turned >VUVUr oar
Garner's XI Wins
At Football
A FOOTBALL MATCH wl
rbived al Cllftan on Saturday las
ipturnl b
i'l'- .
Egypl Will IVobr
Murder of .\uj
From page 1.
Mulliner also will represent
I public funeral ser-
vices for the nun ot 9.00 a.m. on
Tuesday.
i'nv.ite requiem mass for Sis-
ler Anthony was said at 9.00 a.m.
in the Convent today. Her body
was then taken to the Roman
Catholic church at mail".
Moascar, where it will Ik
until public recjuicm mass on
Ttwadi
Johnson told newsinen on his
arrival in Ismaihu CO
that be fell iia-.-v.nabi> eortnln*1
tb.it there will be Important ic-
froq the killing. Any
ed m any rellgloun
pretty important to
bring Jamaica's Innings of 311 to
Ml 3n.*> minutos. Scar-
lett had scorad 7 whlk r
ited with 100
J'ca's 2nd lajailtsfft
Wit;.
I : :ilik King
.i-.!eii aitk I
(rom Ihe I
broke ins dink
with ,, 11. leg off the
bowled from the
pavilion i
I ,. . .';, I) BflJ In
-illy mid on. Each bau-
lite, Preacod turned him to the

Tborbourn w\ ;i alngto paal
i I on to send up
ten on Dm board and lak
|i
e to mid
The lasl WU a buoipl
Struck Thorboui
Ihe ball going high over the slips
lo the boundai
r-
niorbourn soni 10 on the hoard
kth a hard

91 mi foiiilii and played out lb. remain- lfu. ext away" to hack'
; took .' long square leg for a single and lake
extra oovai offltotdey third li- li"'1, ,|';'1"1 double n itnke from Barker, whom he
livery arm Boniito played oul UM '"' :'" '"'" "n '' '"" pilrh*
McLeod took I single liI,nw- T'L "'k '
Off William- and then "*" ">g''s and 130 wenl up
to extra cover off Holder Bonitto '* bo-"'- "'.'' Next ove- Ktns bowled Mc-
gnt h boundarv off Ihla ... u"" oow.ito aic
A Maiden
WUllanu bon lad a ton
McLeod. Bonitto singled w
diivc off HOtdOl Md
later
McfaOOd glanced this bowler lo
line leg for a brace. The total was
now 64 with Bonitto 20 ud S*o-
Laod 11. McLeod look Um only
MngM off Wiiii.m-- enrar. Mar-
haU was now g| v.l
bowl-
McLesMl Houlrd
the board. M I
I..... Norman Manhall
the wicket KM]
to the boundarv tn < ,.
eon M. 1
. over
Blnito. n
maidens and
Nichols Garni
tour goals to Ott*
Edgar Haynes and C
winners. W. N;
onv*for hi* team,
Explosion Kills 4
id "Sister Anthony
won by just a peaceful person and she
had work here.
rroopa of Britain, crack ifith
bu the I'arachule Brigade moved back
ad the into [amaUll early on Monday to
complAe their search of the ttWM
quarter mile strip of the town
gdaad oo Sunday in an attempt to
lamp oul terror ternV.f.
nl off him.
LISBON Portugal, Jan. 21.
i bumper, and Jamaica hod An amunlUon dump exploded
Wicket for 217 "d touched oft n lire Mond;<>
run- rw. The partnership had added afternoon killing four worker.
108 run. m 93 minutes, and Mc- and aoloualy Injuring
Normat Marshal]
.
a maiden tn III LOO I The
an i.ti ! i ihg i" -i
kets.
i i ...^ l-eod"s contribution l
' Tfl -cote.I BgMJ "i"
pit
One body was
vi. miles trom the
sfiond spell. Tills time
ed from the pavillun end to
Bonitto who otr drove '
couple, glaooad to
ouni and ttMo goi a
neat two between first ai
allp,
:u cover
ff Williams. Mai .
Binns 10.
After Ten
Holdei bowled Um Brsl
from Um
1
tluough thr KHM off tb.
: -
fourth Marshall bowled
''
lo Blnm lb idcr also
,lu, MudffOUMd Binns who turned One body was found 80 fattl
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four
tog off tb.' next ball.
, moved i n to 233, and
Ihg pavilion
end. Norman Mar hall beat and
iowled Binns with bll Ihird ,> 11-
:m off break. Binns's seotc was
73 inclusive of 9 fours and i live
and he had batted for 111 minutes.
With b n minutes left for the
bowleti maiden end of the da*' play. M.iiei
,r-'*nd^^ I pullad . | || the middle, and
,:.........Hi Mer Mudir had taken a gingle off
.,...-''' ritovad Kin,;
I
Q ih, pail had dm puto :. , Gff off
( the fourth wicket in 711 lfoldet and then did
\iar.ii.iii Blnn I
Met aim! glanced one from w l- to 2 with n push to
nns for a brace and ihen singled thul -.one bowk
,\ M iiHlmi.,. '" ''l"' B 'o wild up Boiilt dloV, one floin lluldi
*....?. WlUlasna' next ovw rWidad two minutes.
MeLeixl soon got hi
With t!u-total at 87. pace bowler ejuding four boundartot
Barker was given his second spell dim (0 extra rovei oft I
I. P.
Thiibo.'! n
of Atki- on al
m xi over .!! ihen
singleit i Ini "iT lha
fifth.
end Miller took two
IllM leg to open his account.
Miller again punched William
made their firt !> li

King from the sen '
i bourn and sent

First Witkcl ( Jamaica kkM Uieir i
when Pi'
the third of Barker's fifth awr
to give Atklnaon ii iqu
easy catch. The aeore iieard rea<'
25110.
Teddy Baundan ifll.-d the breacn
and was quickly off the i
a single t,i fine leg. Marshal',
bawled another maiden this time
Saundcrv
i l daj". He bowled b
and sent down a maiden to this
bapman,
Williams' nexl over
single. Bonillo glanced -.Tie t, ra
Barker to line lag foi
then off drove to the bound;ir. tnd
ftlngled off the 1ast to mid
.ciul the -core lo 9f,
ningi bad i i fai laatad lor
i4< nun
.! i aasd ovi tokV d
. t> the long an
| b) Blnna. This batsman
. .
bowler t(| the fence in front of tht
Kensington pavllson. and next
lo ball Atkinson ovei
the mid on position to give live
Boundarv '""'' '" ',l1* l|,|*'"n t" put in^
William, bowkw .i maldan to ,u,al ;" *_.
Bonitto, McLeod singled to quan Sinirles
Jam i cond wicket leg off Marker an,( liitci Boultto T'"' batanMO took sir..
when Thorbouth puUod bm from ernshad ona frora Barfca I tht "' ''''; ":,l M4ir,d cotfor dt2v*
Barker hard and low to Atkinson off boundary to send up 100 on the f**11 Uuwign Ui t.ip be-
at square leg who took an excel- board after HI BatRUtl 0DV" '" ln*
lent catch to dismiss him. The McLeod MM bis MOn to M With "'!"''v uB,n,n5 ..""T."',','1 :
acore board read 272 lg, B Hta eilt off Williams for a couple "J"", h'' t0^n/?fi?J!!L**
Neville Bonitto joined Saunde,.. gnd then s.ngled with CtfMl SSlCS *" Ati**m ""
hut the latter did not last very long drive. '"'' ?'*. .._......., ..........
as Barker again CMTM tMo Thetttal W now 106 and Ku.-i ffIPVragfffff^S
picture when he had this batsman was given his third -pell. n, f'JfTCSfiifr0fT rtoto^i
Mi.w. with only a single added to bowlod from the p..vilion end to V1.,, promptly hooked fM four hj
the MaL P.un.lci contribution McLOOd who singled with a cut McLeod. Next ball there was e
wai I. BarfcOr*a tnalTtU was a past gully off the fourth, but the chanco of a pOMlble run oul
I maiden, 10 run which was well m\ bowl- whan limn* pushed one away i-
wickets. ed Bonitto as the batsman missed mtdoff and ran down tin t. h V.-
McLeod Joined Bonillo. Mar- an OB dnvc The total was 109 Method was late in starting and
shall continued tn tmwl from ihe ; >r t gnd Bonitto who had madeSmU'i 'i^nw \n his return som"
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Cricket: Fifth Dsy- Play of
Police Courts 10.00 a.m.
the First Jamaica-Barbados
Test at Kensington Oral
11 ." in.
Meeting of the House of As-
sembly- 3.00 pn.
Police Band Concert at Dis-
trict "D" Police Station -
7 tf. p.m.
Mobile Cinema Show at Crab
Hill Plantation Yard
7 46 p.m.
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Total rainfall for month to
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nighnal Temperature: S4.K T
Lowest Temperature 70.f> *F
Wind Velocity: miles per
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Barometer ( a.m.) 20.974
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