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I'M.i mo II I \ IMUSS SIIOI' Lower BroHd Street VI lll\4. SUITS ction of styles and colour* in for Ladi v Girli and Boys. *•* %  V^*. GLOUI: % %  % %  i> i MSII 11 4Di its NOW N ii |i in Monday — Tue-.da\, .'..INI & K.3II Technicolorl iHOWl^ in i inuLimaui last' lane POWELL-Danielle DARRIEUX V ^1*1 k Wendell COREY • Femanlo LAMAS \3fl i IUB-UU atonal .IMMrtAndan> ton Ujti' Ao C .. H l %  tfE J VIC Iveata. 10 % KMr.i MtiMction TunUr. Mondu* and Tilesdav M ri.lnns of IB AUSTRALIA WEST INDIES CRICKET MRU Wm~ Thrilling Scenes ol the 2nd Ir>l SPECIAL MIDWEEK ATTRACTION W.. January :llllli, Thurda> 31st. al 5.IKI & b.J IMMe %lr*igM ** IIAIII. I1AIIHV SULLIVAN William Fogarly (B'dos.) Limited 1 litttntiniin/ uiir rc-fi/ii'iiiii^ IfV*r S/4,, f.itif.nn/ Many Clearance Bargains In Every Department To make way lor NEW GOODS, we have REDUCED lots oi Hems lo a fraction of what you would originally pay. • It is customary for us to have a Clearance after Stocktaking—so DOWN go the PRICES on some of our Very Best. Very Newest MATERIALS. SHOES. HATS. Etc.. Etc.. Etc. Sr Pay US a Visit wilhout Delay GENTLEMEN! WILLIAM FOG AW! (B'dos.) Limited THE TRADITIONS OF FINK TAILORING • Meticulous care taken \r in the making of all SUITS • Marked Expertness i Cut. Fit and Style • Full Satisfaction Guaranteed • Wm. Fojjarly Ut'dos.) Ltd. s| SOW I VNL'ARY 27. 132 TlHI.ll Value U-PKCI DKOKATED TEA SETS "* lor 6 person J|J|j.lO (,. W. Km. hiiiMin 10-DAYa MWS FLASH I -animst IBM iWN NAITWAl DAU.Y StAII I HOOl RVLfH< VPH.IN IOW* tDW IIAIH INU'lATCiRM SlMIIAlten roK DOLLS Sri-ARATOH Oil. by Ih* Pint HMlAV TO TUESDAY 4.45 & 8 30 PM Mred HITCHCOCK S IVt-.tli.ifl WMlt.p. STRANGERS on a TRAIN" Fartay Bu"*! tobwrl GRANGER ROMAN WALKCT virrcmni IVA\ IHI >\i>ll II', IdMbrUi %  t-OTl P L" A A % %  I A # 4 "i-11\ •T***••*./ II..! -I 1 rr 4 I im I Kill O •<• r-*alia tlary •I •*>• -kept M" ef thai ••( %  ritn Atttrno*. %  ••kMI SATURDAY'S L. / ^ HERO •^MKtaikMKB "w J J II II MW|*n • n-wg **•* win ,' ( 'Eg • %  %  %  Mi Short "POOR ELMER" IHM-I>\ Wtt THrR**I>\i I I -. A o 10 r M Paramount I'n M niv . "HER WONDERFUL LIFE" II O Y A I. I.AST 5 SHOWS TO-DAY 4.S0 k SIS P.inimonnl P rronla . "THE GREAT" MISSOURI RAID" Sttrrtni I WENDELL COREY MCDONALD CAREY Mn "TALE OF TWO CAFER" .-marrow 41 Mfc III Mini iX'tiblf HAIIliARA STANWYCK HURT LANCASTER in "SORRY WRONG NUMBER" And ADVENTURE ISLAND" Excellency the Lady Savage aceon.. M.tjm DMrw VatMthan • ended the thud day's pita • 1 e second Intercolonial 'i arriving t Seawelt on Friday *vaninK by ituJamaica 'plane. Sir Alfred who was born in October IMS was educated at .Torthampion Coui.'v School ind London Untvaralty. He was marrtad in IfflO to ihe du$ht<-i of Frederick Pletfen Of Neubran'lenburf. They have two daughter*. Ha obtained hi" LL.B. with flret ctaei honours m IBO3. his IA.D. m 1MM and later was adnlrted as a eotlcttor After nine year. In ihe army he retired as a Lieutenant in 190*. He entered the Department of K Majesty** Procurator General *nci Treasury Solicitor In ItOI mmt i>ecame Asa* Tre-ir* Ssaaeaaar. 1W4. Principal ASM Solicitor 19)8 SoTK-itor H M Customs and Exeter IMI 44 Can troi Commission for Oerman> 1*44. I*sl Advlcei to Forel#;n Ofnce (German Section) 1947. !! %  also been a member of se\-eral international lefal conference* Sinoe lfM9 he bus been LcfBl Adviser to British Militarv Govarnor In Germany Engaged T^ME enKaKement was anAl nounced on Friday night between Miss Heather Rosemary Ramsay, second daughter of Mr. Hugh O Ramsay and the latf Mrs Ramsay of Carlisle View Bay Street and Mr. Georg.Rfchard Rnrnes. eldest son. of ( .ipt. mid Mrs. Robert C. Barnes ji 6th Avanua li.iiiviiic Mr Barnen has recently returne I Hi v.i.-li.ni from the U.S whenl BW, Emory I .I'Tisily. Be returni to the U.S. on Thuradiv nccomnanled by his slate" bflaM who also re-ides it, thj Unite Mrs. Holder 1 first \ sa; iwck fnif since she left 3ft %  ears ago and also the first time n Miss Barker in 28 years. Bk To St. Lucia M R and MRS. FREDDIE POTTER who have been here tor Just over a week, are cx]ccted lo return to St. Lucia to-day .heir Mr. Potter is Manager of Cable and Wireless' Branrh. Regular Visitors M R. and MRS. CHARLES McEnearncy of Trinidad, ate it present spending a short holiP-1 rbadns, and are guesis %  1 i unabiink Rosjular visitors to Barbados theplan to return to Trinidad un Tuesday. Mr. McEnearnev is MWHgllM Dtiector of Messrs. Chas. Uc Bnoarney and Co.. Ltd.. Barbados and a Director of Me srs. Chii"! McEnearn. Qahib faffing LAsatn ft inn.** A aitcTlOM •* a* erewd. sno-t o' ypaterday afternoon Staying With Parents M R AND MRS in i\ hi CHEEKES fte m (ram Trinidad on FHday by B.W.I A on a short visit a Director of Central t Distributors, Trinidad. RU wife is the former Mary Bourne, daughter of Mr. and Mir. E Carlyle Bourne of Cedar Hill'. Government Hill, with whom they are slaying. They will be reluming to Trinidad early in the week. Antigua Visit C OL. .id Mrs Hugh V.'ilkm arrived lion. reeantly din dw morrow wonting by H.W.I.A. for Antigua on %  short visit They will he returning In .i rfrOgthl i ; days. Festival Today "T*HERE mil t| HatVtal F.-iA val at St. Luke-* Church. ; %  this afternoon at 4 %  '. l..<-k. The n.iicc Hand will IKIn attendance and the church choir will render o pr^ernrne at Church Music. Uicso Indies, wbo BBSJ Ue aaal polo Final Game O .rty %  ptcUtM UBS in colourful afternoon frocks) watched the Baal name of the 1951—52 Polo geaaoa tMsj Usa tfirliff ,i r t around the Polo Hut at the Garrison Savannah yesterday afternoon. Many other polo fans saw from around tb line. Amongst tincrowd were sevinadlan. English and American visitors lo the colony I seemed to enjoy the %  u> as much as the local dpectators, some comparing the %  ..;th polo "at home." ft was o lovely sunny afternoon with a cool breaM M awsng across the ground. Six Lectures M R J. CAMERON TUDOR. M.A., wili ,v lactttrai In the Library nt Harrison College, beginning on Tuesday February 5th at 8 p.m. The title Of his lectures Ii "Greal BrKata and Her Em1704—1914." i at the Qarrlien aavannali Indefinite Stay M R. C. O STANLEY. C.B.E. Chairman and Managing Director of I've Ltd., Cai accompanied by Mrs. Stanley irrlved from England by atr on Friday evening via the U.S. ami 1'hcy were met at Seawcll by Mr. and Mrs. Rod Stewart of Pyc Ltd., and Mr. P. C. S. MafTei Barl>adi)-Agent of the company. After a holiday here the pbri to visit aoma of the other West Indian islands. This is Bsi visit to Barbados. Mr. and Mrs. Suuley are l.uesta a'. Ike Rockley Beach Club. Best Nurse M ISS OLGA I. WORRELU ot Bush Hall. St Michael and %  Srnii-r Nurse at the flct. | Hoapltal ill !• leaving to-day bv I'.W.I A. rt Trinidad on %  tin.. %  nanthsV course at the Cai. cal Centre. Port-of-Spain. v. the raoant pn leatat* Hncatei and PHaas to nurses at the General Hospital. Nui %  Worrell was awarded a special i*ing the best practical nurse of 1951. O I. Y M PIC TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. 4.30 X 8.15 P.M • oi I sim \ ACTION nut HI I '-*-v,*.--*.'--;v;. j DANCE THE BARBADOS AOUATIC CLCB (Local and Visltlim Member* I Only) SATURDAY, r-bni"-. 2nd \ Mnslc hy Mr C Cnrwen's 1 Orchestra o Membrs ar* cordially invited \ i (Frse Adaus-ion to Ballroom) J "EVERYBODY ABHORE seemed to bf. the order Of to* day "Lady Rodney" met in Carlisle Bay for the first time day on ihore shopptRR and tourtns the I-land. Here Warehou-e step*. Thursday when tfco "Lady Nelson" and V nan Tourist* from iwth ships spam the ol them are -em landing at the Baggage Genuine Bargains I Genuine Bargains REAL LEATHER HANDBAGS British Made S7.1II n.. $2,311. SB.liK now S3.0II. $11.19 n.m S4.UU. $14.29 now $5MI IMITATION LEATHER AMI IM.ASTIC All Clours S'^'il'i-u S 2H ". %  *"''" .ssi "'"' KAS n "" s lso M 3:| "i"-pa EI.IIWKHEO CiEORfiETTI s ( HAKNOS I ll.l.v FASRIONBO WI.ON HOSE FLOWERED CREPES 27" PLAIN COTTON IIAIRC (11(11 BOYS' and VOIN<; MEN'S WHITE KNITTED SHIRTS RICK RACK ami SILK BRAIDS S2.IMI now >l.i II i -: %  : .: now M.m $3.24 now Jl 60 I" *. :,n cents Sl.Ofl •II al 4 cenls Vd T. P.. EVANS & WHITFIELDS YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4606 %  .: %  ..: %  %  .., %  .. .-..-....,-. ...w „ wy AWW i Dial 4220 TCKSII.W AMI WEIISTSD.W. .S A 8.15 P M. ColambU Doablr. JON HALL NINA FOCH in "THE MUTINEERS" AND "DARK PAST S'aninc : WILLIAM IIOLDEN LEE J COUB II O V \ TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. 4.30 *. 8.15 P.M Columbia Ui.uM. "LAST OF THE BUCCANEERS" Htan-lng : PAUL HENR1ED JACK OAKTE AM) "BLACK ARROW" Starring: LOUTS HAYWARD GEORGE MACRFADY THE WOMEN'S CANADIAN CLUB Annual Dance in aid of t-OCAL CHARITA undfr Ihr Auspices of His Excellence(he Govsrnor and Lsdv SAVAGE al Hi. — ON — SATURDAY EVENING. February 23rd GAMES BRIDGE PALMISTRY FLOWER SHOT' 1 CLOCKS I CLOCKS I A larfr selection of The Famous Kienzle Clock AllMISSKaN $1.H Just arrived — Travelling Alarms. Bei",i>, Green Black, etc. Small Cohnrsd Fancy Alarms, various prices. The Office Clock thai you were enquiring for— Table Model Chiming Clocks, also Regulators. SEE THESE NOW! at Louis L. Bayley Bollon Lane t^^'*V,^',^',',',Vi<.Ot^^^^VV^VU^OOSMaBSBSMj*S>C I



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SUNDAY I XM WY :; is;; si \D.xv \i>voc WE p IHRII AT TllE IM'.MA Strangers On V Train * ;. ii. liardenmj Hints f arm And Garden For AnwIfHFS gfc. MIRM III \ IITIS C.ardrn Pales Wr have a letter from com, pondem F G to eonsldcr trxla FROM h.,v >r some time, as I With the plan ol the ****?" 9uch letters and requests ai mentioned three Keeks ago wlan 'Stage Fright was before us. wesee that soJarUie greatly appreciated they aic Hi (21 Next the plan come we now havt leman'g latest thriller STRANGEKS LIN A 1 RAIN go 1 can't complain any more. It happenBaal week, but the others— SATURDAY'S HERO and RICH.. YOl'Ml AND PRETTY :ire oach aaitartadnlng in their own wav and —2^*1," MUIS and the questlv.i '" %  %  %  I enjoyed them at w I M tor Mr Hitchcock ii,„ „ io the kind of path, tho !" SSeaae?" !" l stems from mi early baste ,t suspense, so let's garden la to have. Garden paths are import-". ami should an or degenerate Int just that strip of ground beHta i,io.lu*. Bui aealact ... drier .ir 1 U> is fatalthe>must ue tended. wstared a. 1 cared — above .,11, User tree fiom scab, aacu be sastST illc .oraylng We knew 4W the Aarlc. oartment ta ready and wiuliut a all l.nsse to — boundary of rne rano Mvlul „,, Mas been eoaaaalered and „,,„„,,„„ „,„, t„ be of scene, all the ire*, have also been ^, MKr ,„'„; ,„,, „ mfcf > '*• S^ST-i .nation m the ~jlma of ??£&&£"" U*£ w. ha. lhl lure, wononu., and relate.! flelos %  "*"*'","*„„ .-iiovad at !" mc,cncy in 't^tro-wS'Wrt of *Wi.•.. - .u.-pense. so lets garden la to heee. ^^ time have a look M STRANGERS IN A TRAIN first. S*^w p-, ?L ^tSSini'. Al ,h ou,Mt and should m-m degenerate mi • ftmcTal To begin with U „ n U to Bad %  pit uninv nylns the Tact thai plot ..ben.' tivcre "is 'tween two bed* They weak, but that has not itcUf' %  M for studies in his the proper width, and, the direct...i further disgood foundation. hat has product*! .i i.nl.'i I tact that teal Th* choice will lie mounting suspense ami OUBMI %  "' "benefactor" "grass," "eemeni, tive horror, topi>emk. h K „~. .OTiviiee a) all ranch.-i and hu family had du, the windeapeciouB holes in the snelt, in in— >,vou'd iicrei tha >n me w.nu,*t—' <— ..-.. •".•'_ ,, • aiaSHl.' bstea ";„„? "r.ml* adth a .aualall. the house and filled thorn will "' ">""• %  ' oTtne -at. "A belowUtr .o.,-l manure from the c... • •VM not Jr_TT ^, i. ns escorral,. ,.i .uch artificial eondl tt.iini' -iiH'in* of citrus iluding even the harder In would be futile to coiuu>er th. ..houid be lll|llvW |!,„ rf thlB gn^p o: plant to four IM4 >b mhea ^ an g^^. Thai, of eoune. intn ph. itk lull ..( ing climax. Tha srtorj conceitis .1 younii tennis player. About to ol T irae kxi* wife, ho in ungatfed in canveraatlon on a train by si young man who turns out I" be ; p\ 'hi>i>alh. Having read nil about the tennis player and his rntrrUI ti.uliles in the paper h, Ihe Uinatu mukei the friendly oiler to kill his wife. if. a* a return favour, the sportsman will do awsy with his father no tottoer nee „,„,T lus width .iiUrt.^ '^',,,,, to My t hnt )i.n-el. l 4deis witi "< •">•• %  ue^nlr to wnlk tho path coat|, a ,k-v;.ni KMCS including adc ' ..•;. gUp Kj side. (|lln ,.. Ulll( proteetaa*. and will Ul all * a foundauon pf ^Jj. tTSJUSS^*£ %  • taaahai ,len> 'hould be v.L.s atoiiM and the body Such a, foundatioD t tions. lemons and oiangea vialdinu fruit of good quality, tr isiltolallj. at tha %  •- % %  nom> long tra^s onstructcd of gpU' jwlni-n leaps, set on aag* an. tilled with . ' """ ,h,Z. carried off ihe Oral prize ing stage, wjieh may he •P~" .. body Finalb. lop the path with ^ „,, f^^ Exh.llln la few .cattered fnut. i^awssuonrepua„„„.. Una gravel. Water „, sul h ,,„ , ,„ u ii %  > men... ,iev ....^... .L „|her kind, as cleslieo mory "in „ "--' %  %  -"" .„„, Ihe cavil, lllled in with "!!„„•,„"„„, ,..i n-'t horn die .kD .here ,. uru.lb .. b,o.. tj^'SSSl l SSS im S at the ~me l.m. Mow. %  <> "' %  SE i.,r u s, h %..S'c^ruimr;r.. * s ,ti„n ensures a gT*,^, ,..„, „,. ,,„„ u ,d .aaai-'yearold whelher he can earn %  s%irS E^ ; iroVn" H;' s IK :v^r ... ., 1 —*"•-' • .,,-„,, Thr ^unve. charming manA "S ")'• X" P* 1 ""' %  "" benebe brought the fruilB.B.C. Radio Notes 5000 yds POPLIN 2500 v ds FLAT CREPE 91c. 98t. 1000 Yds. FLORAL SPUN 1500 yds CREPE BACK $1.16 $1.18 The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE BROAD STREET. *": r^ui" 4 "art's. "I?"?" no !" andX.'i.;'7..i'piT.:H,".l''^v:;v..V„;V I Una gravel. Water £ „ !" ~;„ V,'".;^." m osu.,11 %  I Us < !" r ~ !" *'"' I '",; nant.butlh.us.vc,op,l •„„ a imceesaful uid roll this la lurn. taklna J |<)m hl ,„„„., level.cl.i.s lim H?' I J ' .,.' „! a deal, tracks the wife to 10 the boys who ,, %  ,! care of Ihe eda~. rail !" £ the rainfall is ample, the IBM It at ggr nlllj *at tbe re WB jrmisenjerd r-r.land strangles her. '^„f, j Alexander Kno, „,,,„ a solid surface I. formed !" J "£#„ arK i shelter availbe much "la erop i-fore ve shock 101 the ath etc. who bumble, f Ivbaulto to met* tha surface jSJl aS oeaur. '"""!„'"' J T cf'liini T„".he"u;, who raaBaaath n,c to vre good ^ ' ^„ "„ uubt. -. ^ ^5j BBn "* 5lft TeTmakaTa lone IturV -I ,..'r t ; "bcl. Bring lh„ lound.nlon lo J^eieT t.~ seem to thrive a .elected vsr.et>. T w„ m oMhem '.' S, -t.hln three inch., of the final OU -• "H < "TtTSfS h 1 Though i". Lit fans—it is an original and wenf irp )|( lh# 1(a n ,„ t||( foBm 4 parts of shingle. 2 parU of sand. I p.irt of cement. ereaJbleT it t.tfri' ktiength. uortunitles for Mr Hitchcock's „_.__.. photoErnphic skill. To menu UCH, YOVNO AND'l'MaU'l 1 lupt one, tbt atrantUnp of Uw in tha amusement park—as GloU. ItlLii, %  toouah bar glatrrt %  "* %  %  %  YOUS AND IMICTT %  d 1Miijci)—appearto bp two BggaU clad musical sUning Jano Mix tho inmedienu or. urn locked in l dow-rnotl • with then add water, turning death-struggle, u n 'i *' % %  ''' '.Vcndcll mixing until it is of a good Hltchcock'% skill wttta Uh %  froducir „i>i,-iK.'y to spraad. Tho naan ii second to DOM •i Granger certninl.takat Ua gg**. I— blobs OB the i>alh and lavel god ,iutinguished erlcketem to loin affair very tat.nl. Which tOndl Wnhl.na ^j^, ^^ b tob 1^^.,. ndding ttu}„,„ j„ .,-*wina the tour. Tie ei. make UM %  %  %  Tinpath need not be ln ,. baif>teur ol tba Wc^t ludi'leas, and U ichard u. believe that ner ftnuhcd ul l)OP llnMV |t n ^ devoted to uV Mias Homan. as ., 101 /, '< A .oncrcle path is permanmr. ££ NVafW. It begins ,.l Un .ocieiy g.r... could bejn ^ ^ ^ 8fld mmtfm -O^Omm ilm Was arn Kurnua and tho North Atlauli .nd^on^w'edna^;"^ Jantod Uie.r ^^jS^fi and uary listeners will hear a reetrcountries of mjfe !" *^ !" ? •—of the West Indus lour of Ausmmrammoa will dr-iv. T i:,ul. Pr.-v.de.i the Fifth Test perience and op.mon. of a wjo. mied tha beaatet ,„ h e path that this can be don.yun to n ve days that will be the ...nge ^-'''^^''VSo^Jo• .he better. As concrete should vt fry of ihe*match and will be tm Here m a lirt of thaw proKTammea Monday. 2Bth. 8.3" P %  1"' Kiiropran Idea — a summar> of the histoiy ami achieve, nl .1 id.' lUtj .V ill 11 Wi*l. in I a i" Tuesday. H.Ju pm. Tkm li t .f tlu anyone quite M WalVer plays psychop..' 1 The mu&ic ind airs nothing l SATURDAYS HERO al'.i-i lain. pUyTbov wTEh COOvkfion %  thi preF.r the rraajr iU .uja support ng cast is up to '-1 tod .h.nteuse fouudattor11s l he sa m ThTin^c-esprally eomihai l elaUghtrho stonea lit the and arranged lor UM Dm1 % %  • %  %  ,1 romance, and eveijthing ends ir nw i SotklB. U, be desired. u p M a. it ^o..ld. Ot to •bOJtodk %  landing plot. 1'iit 11 is more done tnan many musi• %  SATUBDAY'S HMO showing at the Empire. 1* %  %  tojg Powell is .is attrac.ineprated' sporls dTtol I md H bj a pleasure l<> parts from the usual formula Md Inp and dance, and she emerges with r the sophlsticacommiT.-. athletics in the I'mlci ^ 1 who playi hex Directed and acted with Uiteprl. oppolx a w _, it turns a beacon lUht on %  %  ,1 H i" shl -.,,, [,..Auguslr %  ( > i-enient path, shaplin: them In 1 | u li( ul -Toast ot u.-Klen mould. .,.__.. Carlba.' gives a chapter of tho These slabs should be laid on ._.,. ,„ | 71h century St. Lufi 1. I f.niiHlatum of MM and Uw |gj |iii,un.rfDor'k • verse--whon one of tha -lands in the Caribbean ome of the same cement, An. ther method I* to Ml >n the .ilTh clumps of growing plants plant reproaentod In this aeries. The Bricks are laid either til 11 iiti> ii.vais-" —...-,, T(*> Hrlrks ar*> lint I'lllii % %  .r, <> !" nl* anas. Wendrtl Corey "fiL are faced, but it . s m,,„i, one in the U.S and tin. lilm 1 %  M,.,el la.lh give good milic.menl.l agb H aaB n i am • lalented leehnleolour and ou, son of u F^ J ; ( .X!,i P IhuTTTY I i^asan. entertainJ^rcputable menl tlous %  aba toiapti to % %  in entrance lulf-liuur closes with poems by ,. Myron S. Ftascr of Jamaica who -„!„? has not been heard for aome years. •^"rj^ST'l"..!?"'.: nro.dca.1 be^n. at Us, uaual time of West Indies programmes ft-w U>ndun. namely ".15 p.m. I MM .p. .HI or Atlantic Union? A nutnlM-r of lalkt. and dkscus..1011 proanoiiiias in the HBC'.. (.encral Uvera*-ja Saivico m ttM k wiU be devoted t<> und probien The Family Welfare Society Tin t.raaa path La not laid foundaUim. and. although mpler and low expensive make in the beginning, yet • „,',^ Mnt ^ es. rt-r* -sfa "zx •"*-*must be kept free of weeds, cut and rolled regularly. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Paths, garden beds, and lawns. I gatoaBBBaaoaaaaagwaa should all be neatly edged, and | there Is no better edge than oui local sawn stones cut suitably, Each aawn-atone block measure-s roughly 2 feet by 1 foot. These block* shimld lw sawn 1 '.nd"man'y'"oid In three, lerujthwlse. ., glvlm! ^d work and j > <• gf. b, 4 ,,. .. .maiihlv grant thick by 1 ft. deep. We (are Sot'.lv "" saw each of these length, ?,, hell. w.'i. >"" '" baU. Result. 12 feet plications. i*. 9.00 pan. The Commonwealth Viewpoint ot this unity. ,v %  11. i promlu. nl prrsoiialities in Europe North America .iltltutles (not .-ii .an thin %  hi. ITT. i .in p ID TO %  i iiomic 1'rotilems — %  tba I.KIOI to be confide. in any mini Of union ami prneoti to date. Thursday 8.30 p.m. The SlrategK Naeds — a coiisid< i Uie ii i Kiitl-v H 30 p.m. The 1' 111' kl Possibilities — a summing in of the problems and prospect' ol the future, in addition Book* U) H. Wednesday at a 30 i i with iooks relating to the ones.ion ,.l KiiM.pi'.-ii "i AMaii.-t Unit i. ami on Sunday 3td FOB Forum' at 10.15 p.m. will present a discussion on thv gMDpHt with young %  Up 122 Cu>e> -HIE FAMILY WELFARE SOCIETY was established in 1930 to provide relief to persons in di-rtrtwsed circumstances in St. Michaels Parish who would not normally re cetve help fmrn the Poor Law Guardians. The Commdtee of • ; include, lh e C hureh^rc^ or a mon!h t () r^Sn S S aicblmdor.i-lppled. In all thM„_„C ^rhurches, the Salvation wtthoul further funds. Some ol ld „„ ,. w-*n ot sibl. the family i C luba edging 4 inchea thick by B inches deep, in six lengths. As those blocks sell at 2s. per block the number of block At ast-aaassal isHorn an 122 tases wl '* needed, and tho cost can A tlTltX'S.!r7. iS-lfof —I, be workout and "the Mothers' win 'l,ave""o'iactleirknuwleclgi' ad 'l., help themselves, nd "eperlenco in the asabaun I "9i'i BCCF Jims!" : "'"' %  ^'rc'Suv"'';.;.' %  the home %  ,i j -. %  ,, the fiiii'iiin nn „ old enough to earn money and \" hilo. the giant is diaconunui-,1 %  and flfflfW*****• d 'r W f ZE ^ mon. Th. Society helps many respeeSodelp and 1. i. lo Ihem. ond to '"*S^Lt SS^m milt'* '-"— " • % %  --elcome manor, lo oar Island work I their own, and who.do "^nJJJJJJ T s,..,,., ,„, r „„ ,„ whlch be sent to: — hemsclves for charlly ; _but wn^ und>| M|#> SyM i chandler aarerr.rneslly to all to give as generuslr as they can. Donaons may ii .inieliir. for charily, cui -..~~ .,.. I'onvrnltte.-. Tlere '"•;'., ...,„ ,, „„,. K ,.,„ wno .„ uf ,erMichael. 18. and will 1 ... „_,,. %, ,e,ious lodged Si da. S-x-lety .-lllcd unemplojed Ing from the effects Plantation Illness or accident and the Advocate New.£S? %>==£. punuiuon | .:.! %  whi'.p. : %  4711 Eau de Quinine Hair Tonic A MAW TOUIC ladmrual md prvt-aats the r*-lstpn>P1lt Ot DANUSI II .„. W h.ir -I. "*£** i brave* trrri,iim pai-uiT>* Two SUa-s § C. CARITON BROWM 5 Wholesale at eUUI Dmgght *; US Roebuck HIDial 2S13 (v.**-.-.-.-.-.-.".-.-.---. TRY IT TO-DAY EMPKOTE RICH IN PROTEIN. THE FOOD FOR MUSCI BRAIN 1 AND NERVE Cane Bills Cutlasses Stencil Brushes Sewing Twine Galvanised Buckets Stencil Ink Enamel Jugs-1 gin. L.C.M.S. Wrenches Spanners Oil Cans Cotton Waste Shovels Bass Brooms Scrub Brushes Wire Brushes 1 MI'KI.TI | •: ilrated food composed of milk powders. 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I'M i row SUNDAY UVvOOTE .1 VM \l<: \ 909 RUNS BEHIND FACES ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TVSk fkuiaer Scor&a C h an e cle$$ Century /;. a ii,rri\ %  keu HI li,iini MU SXTtTDW JWTIRY !. ltd Barbados In Good Position i TV' It ing too to M %  him lo the ex M put up these %  Dl T .us (or the luss^of fa nut nut. innings, that cloi i to.* tlM> %  nfta. . l'aecod with hu score at 18 cut ill who had new on lor King, but Proverbs %  .: I wasi" *'*'"* %  """ naa ooe WIT 0 ii.vii The ii.*irSr nurcn ***"> n" t' '-.i now *i. Preaci iiU*.*lri trir..iiKh I %  I return Boatno who tried to hi Km* GMKM Kirn; who had bee. : l'i %  f %  lip* oft the %  %  yeai ago It i> comfort %  l %  I form as he did I HIGHLIGHT and "B" II thai put on 93 for the Will; i; a iflnbl ball from Marshall and Mudie to send 200 < thefj*"** ov "" "n should.-, ; ,i midThorl—-in, ,,.bovd aftai .M. ir i 1 ,'' / %  -IT the last P'VA po H n:irbiKlos was 7 down for 2ft0T With the lolal at 44 JamjMca ,.,. and aa iJrpeua joined n. ppei n 1 IS mlnfront of the Ketwlnal.^ stand, and V Bonilto t.oes In %  1th a single to mid off. the total moved to 23 Mexl .i.incd JTt-kcod next over y'5 d * I*""* over he came back on ...,<, playid out nrludlm: a late rW I.. Williams root iltl(1 punched Mudie through the remaindei of ll-rker S over %  Bid Prescod cm one from Marshall past gully o A boun^ „,„.,,.... ,,,,„..:,; •;; %  Kr::;::r si !*siff with the total at 109 for the loss of five wicket* Binni. the other not out batsman is five. FWllnwin* an IM wo UAIWADOa 1.1 A M Tsylor rup awl C t rats r Wk. .Binr... h um-r n C W **nlth b Onoarldlr *i W A Fain-! C A Bor>m I. (laedttdap Cl Prnnti. hr .Him... b Mill" 11 Willlama not AU| H N m i ui+,mu b Uuaw P Km/ I FTffo J b Ooodliasi C. I*, l-iuj t Hudl b Tullbch l M Kins **h Tlillnch . 1 II Murk** r PTMCOS b HuSb 2 HH b I. n b 1 TUI "w II o airluia I to* S. | far BS. M. (er tl. I lot )M. I lot 1*4 • l. • fo. IM. • f.„ It* BOWLING ANALVai^ (i HiMlf %  • 1 I S H TulMA 4 1 t IUIHA — 1ST INMINO* Mafshal %  r Kins •ii ID* rtiui It..mi.I.n \ H I %  rtf his claim as beina the heal 1 Z< —I—L" ~".7T *~r*.,*r;—P" i I nd it was truly SSt powartull> ^'r ; "t ^^.f" TSZ : %  • Prescod at silly h" ; aoj antari FARM1 K SCORES CENTURV i — 107 brought an end %  nch was also the nucleus around U Imilt. fault with Farmer'* In %  n wan earnad 1 -l.-ii.ntng and rigid : % %  %  • %  have bean IKI blaml pontatMous extenmomantar) lapse In ** % %  %  ter 1< .linings In which h. hid alveii I seem11 ,-l, ,n,ied any. HUH.Ill LIGHT %  boui sjpk %  %  lehat n't IMJ last. lejded %  > with a hard on di 'weond mil Wi:li.,n. |.l..^ed %  ; ttamptad > %  • hook 1 etch the mv.terl ni.irk m 20r> IP in 295 .cum HUD one on pi boundarj ia froa Barkar %  ext over With the total at 57, Frank ib iG**nl. b T King A Bum. b Klr.j H. Uomtlo c BarKrr b T Km< I Url*M run out (I Mud* iwl uul It Hill., b M-r.h.ll A P..1HU, t MatUull b H Kinl H. Tullscti b Manhall Ib I. b 1 ToUl I IIOWIJNO ANALYSIS ,„. „fl ;." King wm given hu -ecoud spell, Kg SITS from th. pavilion d. reacod who go L II. i I .f ln> Hk^^a hHjl -gain 1t ,, 3)2 his ( of me mat and New Hall •'* In 47 Daw ip Willi played out the £ta point, howl i .M..M partnarad Uomi%  acore waa eight and 1,n pattad tii, to short y ,a >-'' on: the ratnalnaar. NorII bowlad %  maiden penad hH an easy Mi an <>n drive to tho ofl Kmg and later sinKins Marker K M..:-f. 11 WUliim* IIA i c ii'i" .' .1 I .Bin.,Ilr.ru ..:,*' self in Ih, isaaM m %  %  •it wan out foi I I K %  D| Of himfar (i i.ui Dalian %  :ht ..'. the end Of the nukenng %  total U %  •.(',: %  "> Ui lay per-.. %  \ TO liDWI.S WELL A -r-assw afaTaBBBBBBk. mk awff n aaV i then wen IH 3 touM ;ib bowled well enough in tins ajDtnrnffD ''I in* buna (Idea as a .:. i %  l |. M pace burfling honoui PROMISE T Hhl wuket in the llarbadot secbUl he has sho-.v | nut of turn mi the Kcnsing. It %  It) %  on i-ithei latched nrm '" e i -: %  and experienced in and Whtnavtr h* nnsiitched he noon Of in"i in the not too i KM BATTING J AMAICA, (24 i iimiim.s i-unipletcly un-inn and rnthusi Tlicv pushed nail hi u i f play before Tnor% %  when attempting a curiousb i u;ht •_> baton bta %  •.-tte... %  ,i with tha ona to cover. Parmer 1 oked • short one rrom v.*ilch ,-,.. % %  -. Ii had lasted for H8 mini m Interval waa tilflcanl eaten, falling to his left "B %  .,. on ai he did so. M irtball at the (or the l.iss of fKir wnkets. Btflu wicKata W.M He bowlad la llei .oundarles In Mar>i r H7 ;hfs over, one with a powerful nnlnia after five King Joined Dip nd tha other with I alght drova ICOJ I ..ff the marh with %  ringta oft tha icraan for four. He snicked Marahall now boarlad from the Mtkttta Una leg this b"w!c r dnr.;t t) %  in Laod took Ktn cover off ket f.. r a alngka , 237 minutes with a br. %  H :i,. r mid a full. r m ,,.„ -Tater MaiMial. in at J^h. M %  failed tn hold the I uh*TI la. '. w. smnn i wkr HI A. i> ruliaeh i. i. !-... b lioodndav A A Farmer ikr -Binn.. b Mlllrr I C H Williams c PiHTOd b A. Bonllt" .1! b A Ronilla A M Ttor c wkr iBtnnn b i Ik'Viu II K."( nOl out II rUrkrr D Uudlr f>lr.. b 1. lb S. I ran of k.ui lo* to, 3 for si. lor 143, 4 (or CM. lor JM. • lor JH •or IM. • for 113. t lor 1*1 ROWLING ANALYSIS | total to JJJ7, i %  %  D. Thorbouxn Ibw Barkrr J. l-rcod Ibw Klruj N ..nut.) r Si b William* ,,, J Mrl^Dd Ml tvlckrt b WillUma A Rlnna nol out )l Tlillorh Ibw William. Ii Mudtr not out IXtra* TOial Ho* S wklai :.f -LCkrl. — I fur 44. I f..r i %  lor 104 HOW I.IX, ANALYSkS Square Cut iiinmi;, hn end• %  .... %  i mg 'nicked the %  II 'i^ilaJ^S*?; 8ully Tlie score was SM P"l ""> to the e...| Itio whraa] With six IM Kor I. 1 vaJ ble ic id nis score Margull) to the boundary %  e roi anotfwr ra It. 1 : nun the I cxpe (lislnnt future It Marker, the U I i" % %  %  i: Jiiitto t.m n .in Ingle io mid on. hbi Latar I hla fourth in his i Ona from Norman Marshall King wh.. liller through to tl; 0 square leg botll i Booltto Next over "" l,|;lp il,ul nPXl mcn ln K'ed to extra cover. !i,. hipulled %  ir.eir third wicket %  kit the remainlo '* ticket | lt bring the Barhawhe i llonitt" returned one to der of t&a i cloaa wflh a b : fl btnrlar madnd uicomforta%  *~ i flJOUrlimant no msiakr Tha total was now 1 I id scored 23 inmark with a mngie in which antnrpnami rive iK.undarles In 43 was almost run oul MI \-.,. lu ,. minutes. off %  ror VfcMn n Bil Hi iA-od and down "ii *iis victory, tark with a knaaa to aand Mudk Lfa IVank Kunt %  covara lo the fane font the pavilion i. lad lha ci.d and Bums craainM him to cover • ti tha %  boaandnrj to send up 100 Ive, .•<'•* and Praacod t<">K 11 i "in on the board in 80 minutes. Booltto pi. ,. u^ A full one from King wide nf the his bat— 01 %  i ., lucre In rtump went to the boundary short line leg and B fur b>es. Ii all within five yards Barkar trundUti from the l.i Williamsnext tivcr, McLeod , „__ j and Thorboui I knocked account with u :i wckei UI aUemptinu . widtst bou o„ their toes. inching .„. . II including „ ,nt r ' ' boundarj and In J3 nunutaa. with . lag i glad off the fourth a brief stay as he drove high to Uv • : > • t single, .' cul ior a coUfjli I Uti DOfOTa ha nld .lr iv, the next hill to i!i, '"..:. bid lost tme. punlahlnaj %  %  i %  .vithout addition ar f"i %  single tor the is nunuti .-..re tn RVOVa Tl,...l).mrn IS. there was an appeal With a fuil-hl i.u %  for light and the gam.afjdjgd MANNING WINS CAPTAIN'S PRIZE Mr. Geoffrey Mannnig with an aggregate of 34 points won the Captain's Prize when it was played off yesterday afternoon at th 0 Rockley Golf Club, Christ Church. Mr. Manning afte r plav said that the going was fair but at t;m.-s he was playing "well above/* himself. lie said that the wind did not assist in any way, also the fairway afforded little help. Song Withdrawn L'UI'fcNHAGLN. Jan. M. Attar protests by the British Ambassador Sir Alex Randall the Copenhagen Music Hall has withdrawn a sung containing offensive references to princess Elizabeth and Princess Margaret. The Ambassador made his protest on Saturday to Nils Svcnnmgsen, Director of the Foreign Office. Later the singer who made the song popular, Signd Home Rasmuasen. said she WM formally forbidden by Justice Ministry to sing it again. Tlie act called for her to aptba stage of the A.B.C. Music Hall dressed as Prime Mini'tei Churchill. and the theme of the song Is that as soon as Churchill leaves his country, the dominions start brcaklm. awav from Britain. It is said that the journeys by Britain's Princess have not helped to hold the Commonwealth together. —

ON CLASSIFICATION Should ltright Light' lfa In CS Or D n } loom t .fas* i. after the classifies% K T.T.C. and tha B.T.C ^-g^bkEjfl m .-tomary to indulge in i^faaal BBBV ar-olds we saw / 1PW^*"1\ ':'-"'<' a glanci' i**T f \ in published at [ \ I \ am which ware j v "•' But raring out here has not < nfoilunately. due to the act up of baa ofl than are strong grounds (or beliewr... sot unul we see the formation ol %  I Cub The wriui bail in has nol ceased to believe and hope that such a Club will one day be formed, one can gueaa how remote is the poaaUkUlta Of a Free Handicap. Nevertheless it would be very interesting if somebody i oulU prevail upon Hie Iiandicappcrs of the T.T.C. and UM B dOWB together and with their combined cflorts produce a Free Handicap. Without this, in,orucr u, iind out what they thought au two-year-olds, we must refer to tt* two ilassillcaUons which are issued by the respective cluba every year after the Christmas mecungs. This year wc find a dtfl Iwajaa the two bodies, not about which horse waa best, but about how good the best one was. They both agree that Bright Li„ht was far above anything else of her age. But v. henthe Barbados classiiiera have placed her in D proper, their counterparts in Trinidad have promoted bar from F to C2. Incidentally this is nnother record lor Bright Light aa she now becomes tha second creole ever lo open her three-year-old career in the imported classes The Brat was her sister Beat Wishes. L OOKING at tha lorn o siatera in two con%  touuv* y**i BrljjM Light has been i %  W. :.. %  :. it will ixremembered, won two races In a; -old and the Trinidad classifiers placed her in E2. She then won two races in Trinidad at. the same age and thay p i C2. In none of these four races did Best Wishes carry more UL.II 120 lbs. Bright Light, on tha • ran on in Barbados, for which she was moved from F2 to F by the T.T.C. classifiers, and then she won four ttnifhl lad. In the last two races bar w-eijPhts were 133 and 140 lbs. Now while I do not agree entire!) with the T.T.C. classifiers in their placmu d Bright laght, I cannot say that they are in no way justified In so doing. In all tha long list of unjusinivd classifications made by the T.T.C. in regard to UtB CftOlaa 1 have never once found fault with them for promoting any horse too high up the list which has won with culuasal walatbt. In in.cases of Pepper Wine. Tront Bell. Ligan. The Garnoler, Ocaen Pearl, Atornle 11 and Best Wishes, my argument was al-.. ken at rioot "f them had done MIUS. while some were oven beaten with link. d weight, there aviated a considerable amount of doubt abOU ihilltaOl. Possibly not a lot. but enough to pivv. ping over two or three %  %  TMIEKKFUKh II •now lind that Bright Light must go int.. .ii. enough for her to be placed in D 1 FaraDce Of hair a class should call for any a*iv. i ., nlly that has proved herself capable of nmnlng aw... Id with 140 lbs. In the saddle. When IIUIK-I do ihu the doultl. in fact, must be on in Not how good Is %  ho, but what will tbi Brigm Light, ... nrat nurse of any age aUsoa bcawill did %  on lour races at a L'bnatmai meeting and b ranL Ai %  was a Huao J and not only did he WU but he sel up a track, record fur the five luilong. Aim UU QVnfOO iiuii Horn l'i lo C2. 1 saw noinmg wrong witn fact that lu-igiu Lzitnt ao voinphsiicu ii'i ... %  .... ...Hid u\x\ was a lull year behind to point out hat UM IM'x ihtijr oia Bi Altai karigni L Uva lists: anaiainBi rhai u> r.ngni i—gut ui Bortpwa i and I an ww i.uni|ui rque perloim i,. M i i %  Li lit not L>uto,us.t|ue, it is duncuii S UPPOSI -i .j ior twoyear-ohi> of 1061, raro read aoanathing Ilka thia: Bright Ugbt IM lha; Dunquanajui Rock 1 IH 1 iney 106 lbs.; Cardinal loo lbs.; Flying IM lbs.; Meditation um lba. ( Clab Diaroaa io3 lbs.; ttanbler Koae 103 llw.; Siinlna |l 11 ll,. The above 15 an • IHM three In all the raeaa foi I badoa In i5i. With a few except i Luna and fr*r* l r* all of which 1 %  >• .. reea April's Dream and Chiitiu-y, 1 think it giv. .u.ition of Uie respective merits as wc can get. LOCAL CLASSIFICATION PUBLISHED T HE Ii.. lion .... year this process a I Ikgaa worthy of some COnunant, working down the list, start with Eniix-1A, ... IBs) nas been claaalOed ban ..nd it is nut In UV yet it is reasonable to assume that m.i-u... ..:.idad she would also have been in A claaa up hen had she been classiBcd before the Christmas m i ,. .mid one cla wuiiiii of tinJ..111.1L'.', | a track record in that colony to boot? Nevertheless 1 am glad to see tha; I i an demoted now that we have had an la ...iuc. It show:; ttwl bill ;i..iu.ui to be placed bt C3 b) Barbados, our .. ihei from that colony on their form m 1 tad the chance. It also teaches some of us that we must learn our lessons the hard way. TNIK next change 1 notfeM la the promotion of Finlady from C to X B2 and the promotion of Dashing Plincaaa from C2 to C. Although this means that they both wenup a sub-class on their Trinidad classification foi lha Chi Imai mectflig I did not think there was any dlBortnoa batwaan mem on tha i Anotln-i i.l.,i tt 1( placing of Watercress in C2 1 fail : -oiii:,^ in this when The Eagle, wh.. %  n : E class. Mary Ann. who ii : ,er but raced in D in Trinidad, also deft B I ^s and is still in D class. Will somebody please explain. 1 But the most glarir.: ; the promotion of Lunways rrorn C2 to C not win a race at the Christmas Meeting, this Is so surprising that it la completely without precedent in th< don in the British West Indies. Other than th.il ; ].uh MI ally the classificaI i but Ihis .---,',----',%-,-, ;'/.'*w*v*W/' s I I it vitiiAiios n in < I.I n SI \S\ ||.2 BTANDTNO M uri.KKI.K.v PLANTATION, ST GEORQE PRIDE OF INDIA fBaj or Brown H.ir. 19IS, b> Clumbo oul f The ltudi BTAND1KG AT All I \ \| IIAIJ; PLANTATION. 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BUMMY, JANUARY IT. l§5t BUND \ ADVOCATE PACiK FIVE JAN. 27 — NO. 208 Australia Bat With Determination The Topic [Milled Valentine rear a -in ThllBII Fnm HAROLD IM-t dred weien SYDNEY, Jn. M. o the rails rirrt item of the programme I^pe'cepUbly. Ilw this fronting was th MMWf ened ma !" l b > straight driving lonclu-Vo o tha Was* Indian in* !" g! wh ,*a ,t* d rf P | co1 r.lngs, b-jt rjUlUen and Valentine ""^"""V ivftiMd to glow it i,, be quite *o %  **** ..l"**" U that. Thiy pe.I"*-Portl<9 .. Hated for half an h. in and bv Mrllonald Is Onl Hiring their stand t.. IS made H McDonald, a: gl to Ha-sett's 41 the We* Indian inand the srore ai i-nf ft begfcsaftng to 'ight hi* ean* .. | . emtd to off Miller and Vsl.-ntme happily ** no ob clf m nl *JSn And ,-e but was w v *'y instant I ww wr .*ward> " I"" waa bo*led b? Rama.ntnre wan eventually taught b* ">"• *iH ch U on r tnr lh "," s Langler. bowled Mlllei for sU, %  t""'"' 1 happening U> Uulllet, not out 11 Iain. p**v*n .-,.. -j %  -.rt'ping low and hteDon'* 1 ..1.1 more .w less *otehed %  _,,• b**" anA -hatter M, wltM He Mi> Hailing aj Tw „ r,,. j:<8 MtDuiiald any Thuius opemJ Australia wa now a long way to Gomez and Worrell who ha-1 ahead of their opponent* A game >hang.-d ends from the previous that looked like finishing In tutKi ay. To: hall an hour, we had more than two days, waa now k* pragma while these bidding fnir to stretrh to full two young men tried to erase distant*, as long a* the Wi memories of their efforts yesterIndies batimen were able M rep!) dar. in kind lo Australia'* pre—-nt In half an hour they scored determined concentration. •MM them and again't ... ,. D _J.I bowl.:. ihai whki. WmtmmmWmntmt they had faced in the first Innings. After tea. the Weal Indies had leelma tinthe reward for their long d rawn urn. BOUTS Wr1 In ihe Bald. Worrell prooowling in the winching heat and voked in Harvey a marked tendto-day cold wind couldnot enllvemy to swing his bat just outiri.i naBSMllsg, Mde the off stump. Harvey scores Alter half an hour the batsmen many brilliant aquaredrlvea anci began lo venture scuilng struk** iquareeula from thli standpoint „nd Thorns drove Gomez with and Worrell working up log real fair deciaum while McDonald on Pc. twice got that extm tin Worrell foi two delicate long which snrcatenod the edfr oi down tu BM leg. Watt ^V\£^^ !" 7r7ri&Jr^ they pushed the J2-2J* ." X>d outSsin i niona with ..iHd^n ranidiirf challenge. He waned OUt • %  >"> and this time did find the edge ..rid C, in lien made the catch. Haisight. Three for 152. I iiui'ii \ PKESEVTAl lO\ of Last Week PHOSFERINE for a new appetite! ir fn m ff wr r ^' -'-g — TT "t run- !" n. it mat r* thK IttlSFPHIX* ian .nui von need 1 !• raa-r* imiml ~\ run k*a MM A ARTHTJR prtMOb the Advocate Challeuit Cap W Vi.-a Weak**, Oaptam at Baatara (wa. 10bl-N eompeUUoai at the plantation of Cnpa at the Oair-aon Bavaiinali y"t*rt- aftarn' AUo in th. pleinra ara Mr. K D O Fro-t aMrcUry of tke Polo dob jbaiwe and Mr. VMko) and three other m*mt>*T" of Bnaterv team. M Artbui nRei. John Marah and Keith Melville and after 45 mii^ites. tuns on the board. At ihis %  Bam Atkinson hi I U.' .,„ 7 m „„ ,•* who h.d jnrsfa, srsr.-' IKIW or) live aver* for 11 runs T . L.. —X._^_ i Busters Presented Witli Advocate Challenge Cup iwied live overs for 13 runs I raw Page 1 i. II nakwd to the econriM .i Dgp hasM UH ureaoiui yBari oi mIhil vengeance will nut fall on BjrttaJa ukine. To vast MoM n • olonial leintory Britain has ^JS*1!L V5 ilnae hto'lonaTarmg and gaveu, o'nV | much turn but his direc-_ ,.* ._.--,.,„_. lhB „_,„ two Hue drives H-along the ground. uked by delivery variations length as if he were feeling for w apot that would moai Maiden Oven* Atkinson still bowled on the wicket and allowed only an oc,,m ?.asiona| single so that the P00I ing was almost ceased, whl Hamadhin engaged in hU du AKTKR a Praentatfun Polo Match at the c;arrlson veslnduv. Bustrrs, this season's Pln Cup winners, weiv Arthur, wife of the r oi I-1 erf tha Btftado. ftto Club "2L t£Hm?2 JSSL u. Two other Cups. Ih. 11 Wanm Bolton t hdDenga Cup J lv , n mrunV undfT llW rh ev and thr Y. D 1 Lima Cup were presented to Busters anil pjiva brought medical care and BrorM kg the most Roals. education. They have brought tha easa oi the Demlujai M darkDaamg aj the ears Of m wan afcao^i But if Britain leaeaa. daifaM ..HI .omc >woopiug back. All Ihnt has l>een domwill be brought and Britain will ean just reproaches abQtl BTVM they hav^ l>e%  ,'ext "over*"?.! ^2 mflid !" "">"•I "^ "performed "might.aaaaon jn this tournanant Lad ml ,,Cn • sweeps and tremendous pulls., ...mng learn, like ..II the oth<. that twisted him in knot*—all played a fast game lo beat Bronlet Was distributed to ruin Ba.uariam will i "TiVr. wWhOUl conUcUng the ball. Picos tod make n.. -i .m.. ng Huteams t balance m >>nly gam though once he shaded his eyea aeaaoni Cup Wlm Toa learns ti.kmg part in the bitterly ih. and peered into the distance from The usual Bust V. cotnoaUttOti ptoplai a Sitting DOalUon to look for the Weeke. lC.pl I, K. M.lvillr. A. MsnUaara: VOCO Deiilie (capt.l ball which had been for some Arthur and M. Parker, but on a l*e Deam. J. Hansehell and O. H. FMrty years agoii was moved in Guillen's hands. John M .rsh acted Johnson t>y enthusiasm for M pim Miller is one of those rare as ^ubstilute and greallv assailed Bangera: CiH Michelin (capt.1. -trengthen and nolidlfy the Hrlli-h players who Is convinced that tha team. „„.., cricket Is a game. Incld. The Tournament ivlth the batsman. His third over between foolery and gaiety it ITh,l which contained several balls a game that he plays yery entertainment far those who avuilturning shortly was also a maid*'H ,,1S ncxl tho ^ was tour. ,.,, ,hrmelve nf the oapoi en aEDonaBl watching the bail swept off Gomez with grind %  > •• „f wa tchina the matches; although bat. but once losing sfcfM " J* tha flva gOais f<>> rOrts, l'..rliiim.-nt Ihough the Emjure ~ at c*f>l. Michelin who scored two for policy showing and ware at least showarT Ing careful if somewhat tlumy defence. At last McDonald hfl %  I hin pa^t point for three. Obviously inA i The lunch score was McDonald now faced with a bht )ob. not out 15, Thorns not out 2, soon loday as we had belore. in dorad. Alih. extras 1. total—no wickets for 42. the Second Tost here, a glimpao —^ impruy,.,,,,.,,, „, uip nlavuip uf Australian Te-1 Cricket IB rf ^^ Joinof, Who had boOsTpeoFeuturelesA Calm its traditional form. moted. the striking positioning e event broke the featureless Miller aeemed lucky to gtt calm of Iba nfteniui>n and that away with the l.b.w. appeal happened early. In attempting 48 but two balls later, Valentine to pull Worrell. Thorns trod on turned one widely across Hashis Bvickct and WU tJius owl for goU'i bat and Wckrell look n slip 28. and the total wat ooa f"r 55. catch. Hassett 4. Miller not aul Hassett then ventured on to the 4 9( Extras five. Total four for ai scene and took hi stand quietly 2 i6. At this point, with 25 mlnl gnd m the course t>f ules rffma | n ing for play, t! the next hour sndnhalf all the mrn upp Oeataj b lUJla ,rf „ho.r. were drop,,,,,,' I nra alch. Now 254 on with six W-K 1.%  '.,11. they arin caU forth an Al *" enormous Fourth Innings < Boti Somnnlent Crowd from the Wo-t Indies if the fhe dfternoon was overcast, lilgllisalj are to win. Rui. tlKcrowd was somnolent, anrf tho game Is assuntl of I ihe game settlwl down to some„„(,. on Monday which |l a inlthing near monotony, but the h( no ||dav—Australia Day—with moved ahead with slnsles Inp r(M sequent benefit to tourists and boundaries, taken against nnantP . And the end Is by %  % %  **• %  !" B P M means certain \f' trd had used. He had been t Itictseo for his one slip to his Tnr < ie<1TVt : boilers and no*>idy e*ao Ihaa 30 yards to the „ wicket StoUmeycT was doing T..II. b OM ... precisely the name thing and the iiu~tt • %  a ia ( iui-n. fa roWlbJ were the same StlhTr ftsT !" Wan*n M Don Id roachod Idi 50 by Hii|c e Q„ mr ., b Wu ,„n sweeping Ramadhin for four, and n— >ii c s*>mne*T b Ow w Hassett brought up the hunundwaii c Keith IX-ane. W Cham Bnini* Fi-. •. Busier^: V. Weekes (OBpt), K A. Arthur and M. Farkei who was involved fan a minor K ii nig Bronco's first match oat place was taken 1" John Marsh. The twn teams taking part U yesterday's match *.n-Km Deem %  ; ; Bluea; ltd Vletoi Weeke. Col. Michelin, Keith Deane and \Daana Rada %  Good Floyers TBa "iits'.andlng playei oi th mr.trh were I^e Deane who p en fOd Bridshaw "and bnptra by building a teal and i iihix ..| stito'tuif lifti tin %  ton Of the U.S.A. Our m.asui. of nieces* hua been Miiall. And 1 that i only another way of sav,ni .< devastating measure ot failure Is giving; us u sense of .diet fiustrauoo. Never in my lifelong campaignng lor the cause of Ihe Brnl>ire |um I round It PB hnpeleai a task 1 it credible that a nation can't v.atch the greatest of then l .FT mis rrumblmg and the t their wealth pawing to other hands with no feeling except perhaps a faint and monetary li realUonT It nhould ha In i but It inav ba line Hut there is a gleam of hope. Hrltain is now being given anothi Icy play i part in their wat lt*l~nn b O r Wn-k.ii li Wofll |S|,|| v I.I l-.-.l.c. %  I -M spt.l AostralU-s IM SBaafanl %  "• i Miller AUSTHA1.IA .1 ii RnmndhlTi %  %  Mole not fill Tr.i ffM i BOB M th.BtUoil and V. Weekes and M. lion resulta Just because th Id. i ill who each scored .'in'. LaO Hrltlsh public refused to take nni -ik good advanlage of Interest In lmjM>rla1 affairs, from hitaOBI matea and Ovai many el.vlion campaign' %  ,te. in Ihe past, however, that part. Beds scored in the firs! chufcha >s pladgOd to tha Empir--. They when Lag Dene rollow.ii II i %  %  nilnllad thel •1 hit from a team mate .owl i-e. This time will u* nd chukka, i -.• % %  "'" %  '•>••'' iie.ige Desna acored two and Vktoi n-'giect and ignore t I Daane one. • W *ff '; Th.Blues started off the third P^g wt "•* chukka very fast and Col. Michelin yetting his accuracy to dash, was able lo leora two to put Blues in %  favourable poaUhxa. Tlie score was now thtee-two. Bluet i urth rhukka. Bl unuad the tpuitad phi h id begun In the pravloul chukka Urging hr. hi'i %  • %  to th. fronl gnd pntw I from hilling the ball well. He v pbki to tn They entlkka I" draw thing-, n.nre u,. even. Beds, howevii. were -till BUUddc | with the score four three, i.odtes i.ee Daa n a mansBsd to icari British rigM and early In the last chukka. but after havs baon gl that goal there was an even tussle %  pace and an with Blue-: fighting hind though Tory Oovarnasant mutt carry < they were now getting tired. They it ta-k of national irvlval. riable to score again. aBSjaM paaa *M nut tl the h"H>"in| t \ ,i Jur -It" •W"l"k r..uia ww*n Ail lh*M -•• k l. .41.1-. T.i-.r • laNtU WS < %  mibar vwi e*u OePtWi u k'o r • fa*ip"i aaM Win be iMrfk'i nerhr He k*wm a wWlrl rrand Uuaa *"* %  h*i*iii WMei uwiiii far* rranv KIU* (rtsad Htwrnaii Marahall • r1n*n (ii %  >( %  I M. i MI aawl .i MOBM galars . i Masaktj beSBM %  ., itilr.ii> •aonsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and thr blenders of J & R RUM OAV'/*'SlO'/iV-'*'.V/>'jVvV/ THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS far Otfe %  asss*. BSaaaBy, ladlsssassa, SH*pl#fifs. aflrr Influrnia Tho Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin Bi If *ou are lufftring from %  Cold, %  Man last i You aril bt ihe d a. Y. V t| led iver %  u mutu I RIIIEVES TOUa PAIN and *£ %  • •( i/n T" "^*T*^ There's nothing HEADACHES ( . < i ITI It's ihe NERVE PAINS J2R1 ^ i"-'" r "" v COLDS. CHILIS s sasa n, i C i ..i reufi Ii •upoly i^ .•. S^ 1 SK[ y,: i'*owu IATIC CTO DAI fhart ibe and RIUUTAAT1C ielr pmi % %  I will the Tory r the laa t nighty leafllrmatio.i .if the imperial destinv They ahouhl be de.iii.ited to awakening in the masses a rtrength their former pnde and obligation of their duties ...loni'l r.n-e ...id tarn II to then paopla Bui Inari ai I.i new < ruSUde. Brtli %  TSw'nU" vJJ\ PAINS %  **v to gn quick re• Jflerty Thev braathlng unity. T '-*#'*'#'*'-'.*.''*'-*'*'"•*'****'**•**'**'''*'*'*'*• STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION cj*rr-s. If TOO lW"t Ml S1T)MA(.1I PAINS. FLATLIJiNCB. Una, h^nord lormuU V %  VvX>K> i %>^ %  11 slso availahk -^ yon I ABLET form. MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder , Mtl |, L M.B.MEYERS, SOLE AOENIJ Baibados. Bridgetown, j %  %  jt.t POUND 0*l. TIM! 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I'ACE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. JANl'ABY , ItSS MILUOm Of UMfUK agrtt with scientific finding! that: COLGATE V CLEANS YOUR TEETH v CLEANS YOUR BREATH J V HELPS PREVENT DECAY *'j' •^ COIGATI wr TO coMiim HOMI DfHTAl (AM — WONDER WHEELS N Why Hercules mm arrive in Barbados in perfect condition The special Hercules packing: methods the result of 30 \ean, MUJ> >>i pad ing I ...*umn'> ONntM ensure ilu>. The wellwrapped part'. jrcpli'\Ujrctulh in strong Ota RO tint thev CM he simply, safely and correct Iv assembled* on urnv.il at JCMUUIUMI. Always brvsh y~ riht D ffr ..tin, -IA COLGATE DENTAL CREAM * *t Srij** PACKING DfiPATCM OiPAHIHIN *_< Hercules IHI HfBCUllS CVCU a MOTOR COUPANVALTQ, •MMIWHHI laciaatW' 'SOLD BY ALL LEADING DEALERS T. VSEDDES GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN Quick relief from iolds, Coughs Sore Throats Bronchitis 'v : •*?"3|_'< <. S/sfer says: fn extra forge Jon and handy tint ... • %  < CftMt CeMs. CMHlhi ItStSSfl l—•.•I*-* AI^I.^I.J JM Al the Km ngn ol a cold O' 1 Thermogcnc Rub on pour etc** back. Feel iti pen. • good, RlHHltatJnt %  congestion! bVtMhe-lfl vapour to soothe sore lungsind t hl stuffiness, and rise your pres t oltfl a teaipoonM of the Rub into a 1 jg of he and inhale the steam. Rciiffva mncl and pains by rubbing In 1 where the pain Is. So healing' So MO*.' Try it — you will sty Mascalar pi"i ThermogenM ..;a:cJ Ru > Is a real blessing! ifiha Ina dress a year Usual reasons. "No money to spare on fripperies". "We don', gu out enough these days": "Nobody seems to dress up Ad It's sch'-il uniform' g worrying DM at present, not evening dresses." Even women in public Ufl did not equal Mrs. X-eiEl. %  Jjinuriu Hmk'v .1. n..• %  >.lo^i .•nd autl 0 1 Ol In dM i.,-t Honoui Uil %  *'( %  rtaV •vsjnlnl drajM In two years and about two dinner drt (( % %  fr-.il!!: II n,]. |i Until I was '" %  I h.id it. Vm J need them for work : Family Welfare AMONG THE MANY PROBLEMS pressing upon us in these days is one that u above all others important : preservation of our family way of life. ReN is our top-rank social institution, and it is at the same time the nearest many of us come to that "1.. 1 upon earth" that the philosophers taik about It is, of all our social necessities, the most necessary. %  -"*• *.". NrtUCU E I I. K F. X ""RORT-. I I M N A... but make-up can tell a lie sti Rrtlt M 1 Humpty-Dun] I dinner dress and one full c\ ing gown we me through month.*." Noimi Aitdr. il'.i. opt giving a recital in London this week "1 buy about 20 a year. %  liarajlng lOO dollars each, hut thesf ;.re mostly for my Work.* 1 This i Mv ou>n count Is one In thTl year*. But the one before la:: did dull* /or ten pears Light Up F IGURES of .last October's tobacco consumption in llritaln. announced to-day, were In* htflbssri sjvor—21.131),0001b. This means that manufacturers are making more—not that Ihe public arc necessarily buyinr mpre. says Mr. naUaWOtOM, o) the National Union of Itotail T o b ae c M But he points to the large postwomen pmok* lining. ts|)ocially weien matching the frock ben I inol.... Small %  -MIILDKEN in larger no* +-* than they were before the naar, : with weigh'. But manufacturer:, of .snail children's clothes refuse (O recognise facts. They still produce pre-war sues. typical letter from she M r>rks to be lulify them. U*. kkeuned in* 1 l> pc*. of mouth* tnd M llurnes lives her < d ii 1'i. .i.li IIK oi e eh. lor.;h.i with practical advirr on Up make-up 1 HfAVY LOWER HI a BOiatiJe chararn>r. Good ii but iru iitiril to bt lazy firm Ihi I top Up u'Hh a ityfitJi/ darker shade of lipitlck. fress lip* (ooether anu ul ctured print 0fOM a uood auid Stop short o/ the eorMfl I bottom lip and shade off co^o1('• uit'i the little finger It is from Mrs ChmTHIN' UrS Indleatr a purposeful i Snirley. of Town Court charae er and slireudnesa. W<*xl. Afofce lips look lary.-r and fuller "Mi ion, tluec years old last hy uing clear, bold red and bar, weighs >sl. 5lba. and bu buildtna up the comers unJ" 1 cn la 3ft "ins. tall. oiiirii4ii>.Ii/. with "At 14 months, when Stephen tension ol the c*1 >g to walk, he had to CLASSICALLY kasMuwi ihe cityward trand and by w. MM usMisw a*tfHtMMg tio€is instead, %  OEBHMSUBBI tMMShMHi aaaa asMMaav %  said aDout the i .^ IM „. IMSSMSH S*>M (USM'S on IBUBBIJ sMOlULy, a piwHSMaH %  IM ""< '-"J Itott.viioll Mi.Il Ml paui > Hi—.fc.i._ U-L^-V* sugawMsa, ..— and 0>u..i KM " svu-i ..-• I %  we UloJI UlC ilaix, ... .<. Vsaasai "• ssisj ...v.. u >' ** have inree. Uiv HpgM eosagan .ii HM old aad ina BOWJ tauxrt wiacu wc QBSfe 1 *"*' m 'Uuie class, UIVIUIJ into upaiw, UMBSKSJ assUHi P" and lower; and BM woulu out WUH> . elaas. These distinction* HI usual, A. w kau uu . J— r port-nt, because DO inatUr what ousawnoa u> utvui. *ur fifwium we **> %  bout da M %  nave .n.iutfl yv*..*eQualiiy. they are there. trrtnintrauy. wiu.u a aoou iiui.. In Ule old upper class the pnniwu •n— buMvu Hu thai 10 DsanjF famSOOsMOUC iiiueyenueute, and linrv """ s wlUl an ur K* to climb soci-1UJ BBa opponumiy ouered to all ** have ' >> %  > with their group iiiemuera ol Uie lamUy to go ;u %  part of the price they pay. 11 worn. 'In older days, the breadls e n a pay, B nd winner was We guiue, counaeUor, Inevitably It mean* a ru; I support and law-giver ol tne the f. mily pattern || huuscuolu: today, everyone has an to be reckoned by any family with equ-i—or equally loou—voice In el-mblng a>i laiiuly affairs. Economic Worries What is the Foundation ? Some persons will say that most The family i* built upon lovo family disruption stems fr i All literature records the yearning anelal and economic causes, but rlgnifie* of human beings for love. The w* need to proceed with greatest poems revolve around itmiking any such Judgment. N.iOur noblest writers have, at U/Jir where 1^ It more true than in parlughest moments, described the vmnl relations th t thimv joys of fulfilled love, and have always what they -cem. The for us Uie wretchea "financial tension" %  ;. ^uiieimg vir>ned upon those who ly deplored may tnrow u away or lose it. overt expression of other How cioea love snow itself in the and disappointments and ti family? Not principally In acUoiu, Economic matters nr P (mn'tor in bubbhng-over enihuaiaam.. tant in f.mlly life, but they tin not but In UN calm feeling that '.. ,. r te to,, billing. Pemnnwith ur is a group of people, intimate from Hable personalities can q over money miller* wear heavy walking shoes. manufacturer* do noj make kid shoos with non-slip soles In a sfst lafflBf than S. He now dothes for a stx-yearold." The MuuMry of Health have been ( %  inducting a nntional survey ring the lau two yean to b..byiiood, who ,., leel pnue m Ins succes.s cwri-es aI lu lau n -*a u shame at his SHAPED disgrace. MOt TH. wiUi clearly deHned What M Stability ? Cupid's bow. Set of tap lip TlM family hold* It* DP i % %  !superiority. vnunent place in our way of .ii' SpoNipht the perfect mouth by because It Is the only pos.su.... taeartno vivid Upsflrlcs. Htot o0 upon which u society of It''y far %  break-tin. any excesi u-itli tusne and sponsible human beings has ever pou>d4-r over the fop. Take colfound it practicable to build for our well inside lips.lo piee on the future and maintain the valuci .(Illy %  boul nnvthlng else. T>*>-e mnko sure to keep %  qoabla Itmner:iment ran m' to r.llv Irvine rror-nrlems. Let's no t i.-ike (he g "nt bv unlnrbuHpet dlfHe on whlcn to hm rrspon*lbllV. face more nervous worrv gad strain today and find vmoking eonstOrtsCssa H he told i M. quoted example* of who took paii-tiiTie jo 1 .. to earn their ctflaiatW money A la.ndon bar-tender told me he finds more crimson-tipped riggtttte •tubs in tinishtnyi that, plain one*. mess woman I QjUaiaad about her smoking habits confexsed that she i" Mi' a year o I like mu 10 a u-eek. but / do NOT like to see the follovlng smokGirls'inder 18; FUtrrtu women; \nking in the streeU; Chain smoking; Cipareffe* dropplnp nut of a oinan'fl mouth. Virofinestained finger* on a u Spotliu-ht on TeenaRers T EENAGE STYLES are receiving more attention from designer, in the New Year. Chubhie* is a new group for girl* bttWtan 11 and 14, with more than average puppy-fat to ianinuiluge. Anothei range, called Miss I>cbul. .. the average p£-war rfi£ L VPS U a^'aeVi ih'at their lhe> chefah "' lh %  '""S*: v.ights and heights of 'children .^ ^ senerluV and ,^e l iCcnii ne Mr >' tor under 3 Their undings-to be !, ? r .v irn ^ r ??? %  %  .WP 11 ,u about | >ear-may ^^ **$ ** """ f To fine dou'n a large ?noiith. irate the outline juit Inside UM natural maratn. Take colour as high ai natural Itp-litoWorld (Dp>rliht KeM-rved —L.E.R Approaehinu Mnrriagc Marriage is not something mat i.'i a ceremony, u u, ,,ul nulling ii, winiii mccmg u M UXtd ii Uie young ptOptfl J y" bn necessary for the .. -f mind of reader who fear „,, u „ U1C the worst, to ilreag the fact that fcame backgrouuu, uauuo in a world of change the family economic status. It is not KU ilV also changes. But the Intluer.e,. of lccu aUlCt3 by ^^ mavEZmZ* social heritage has in the long co.Kepuo.uT o7 ^n-il^u Uv t Tun outweighed social mnoyat.on at> Ul ^ vUK vt u c • Even if. for a time, society deQejaj l-lui c partfrom past standards, the Ihe only ihii,g Uiat works afl*e. StruetUT. aonilo right itself on tivvl> ^ s *„. es lu p level which Its he ne w enu KlIlsaiu oI lul;-i JJ ^ vironment. Thit i* the rhraetcr u i lltd luilR n my of civiliiaUon. to set aside the „ u ^ SZT.". 1 __ not work. easy-to-follow traditional patten) ,-u. .,,, ,i n!,,,, '" a i0 ,,,,.tombte %  Mbonftn of it ..II^WS me to no down on food whlli isins|i|jlin Into %  avsttnlDg "..",..;,,, ;. im , ^lon stoekings. She wiU be jobs, it losdata ma boalda ttul baafan The vital thing is to P f* ,..:!. *" M _.'! %  "-""^""^d oparapenuade manufacturers change their sizing systems. Bgures alrtady show that mhool children have Increased their height since before bj l-Tn.-lln. and Uieir Weight bv 11-211. (3-3'-lb. for %  Iris.) Nylons to Burn THE SOCIALIST PSALM bad apant about KJEWS ITEM FROM TEHERAN THE GOVERNMENT i cigarettes 1^1 TO-OAY Queen SorShepherd. 1 need noi accompanied by other Persian factoriei women members of a league [| de-tioyeth my initial wniej refuses to wear clothes leadcth me in Ihe path.' bought with foreign currency. Result of the closing of the Persian murket to British nylon--:; thermay lempoiarily be a few more nylons on sale at horre says Miss Margaret Reekie >f the British Nylon spinnan Nylon stockings as a profitable Hri'ish export. The Board of Trade's figures for the 70 f the I'-.rasite for PoHUc'1 bake, Yea, even though I w.ilk through the valley of laziness and dobott spending, 1 will fear no evil for the GOVERNMENT U with me. It prepare!h me tor an tOBnomte Utopia by appropriating the earnings of my grandchildren. elements of rlvillsafWtOooa of sBoUt ideals, standardand -nd inai dOM ..way wiui the Intel Us.-penUserve thow tlon, culture, lueais. standardand aw UUUMI'I ,,,,,0 !" K,CK S p.,ha. rr EWSfl S3 J?%S£l aood. and mcrn Ihrm with IV „,„ llre „„,„„ „,,. new or chan,^ fndor, which the 11MdKl,„,„,„ ^ o Ftrsonal and Social walkiii, hna-m-hand along boil. It the family were 10 be swepl unl,t uplands and dark valfey.. %  way, UM world would wwui. The Family Council a Dtact) Of rifciinciitalion. chaos and orui^ logclher in a bull llllelh my head with Baloney; deflation. Why? because the nionlous pattern tho personal ..., ...o.v. m „. r ,v ~"2 'THF'clovra'ffuSiw *.ii """"' "" %  "• " BM """ v "-" ""i"'.^ dMte <" ,u mtinbtr., po:coontnes up to November .'urci> iiiboovtjii.it,v snail f uncuons lt provides sustenance -""d the group needs o( the fam$0 lar year are £ 5.03b.noo tor ,0 <"' %  " ">> ' l <•' v ..nd tr.i year fully-fashioned and £ 725,000 for -i .nrlcsNo Passes ? *TM,E old saying that men sellife. and 1 shall dw 1 in a Fool > Paradise FOREVER. —Walavon A. IKmphrey-Gakkln. I trains its members in the art "y. ,*he "family il" has basa r .>) > i i_ %  "(•> "•" *•*,* *o* iiui linn iand early twent Coal linings are almost more Important than the coat. Contrast colours are gay; quilting "r" is warm for the rest of the will ter months, bright tartan in wool or silk Is good for country wear. Wool Jersey makes tin elegant tho wear glasses may be upset by the latest spectacle frames. ST. GEORGE'S First day of the Grenada AnnIndu-tnal Exhibit^insuna; bee *day Wednesday January 3d, ha: the shafts are impregcuj^rij n .'ed with perfi A TTRACTIVE Htuiiarlaii-bara Maria Homes reads ebai trrs (Tom her clients' lips as event is 'promised and there have been over "00 entries, exclusive of those for school competitions, with Just five monlavs to go before closing date. An appeal for persons modi if survivuig; it provides the devised, earliest group association, teacnuig Family Ritual the art of social living; and it Is Very like the family council in the primary place where the values Its effect, though not in it* form 11 and knowledge of culture are ity of organization. Is ritual. Thh passed from gencrauon to generais a way of acting that acquires a **>. certain Tightness" In each family. hc4esorne and construcUve It is not merely a code of behav! b. Ilia 1 ....!....Ill .U.ttD_ L S a Hut irate "!. '""££ wU1 ""T ,our bu '"• "self to include -Icty. The nun who partlclpi.tlor in family prayer In proclaimed a public 'hoble !" within the family to accomreligious observances." In hobb'lcj Very keen interest In the modalc himself to others, to subin observing birthdavs and ChrUtoutmate when "ecessary. his perm0 s. and In many other way. It tonal interest to the interest ol the Is largely through family ritual sroup, ahd to toltrat. In other, that culture I. developed and passlads and habit, he would coned on through generations demn In himself: that man has Mealtime provides a recurring learned many of the lessons necesopportunity for ritual. It Is then sur, to his becoming a good workjU.at ,„, (aml i y „ „ ,„ p^„„ destitute by last Monday morn"tar, a good executive and a good Vase: the members are together 1" ng's Ure In St. George's ha -citizen. one place for a definite period: been launched by the St. Mitel ol Classes and there are fewer distractions George's District Board with nn We must pass by. In this Letter, than at most other time, of the Initial donation of 1100 Ihe disruption brought about by day. without refrigeration Families in every pan ol ihe world are st.ured ol milk unfailingly ir and htalihiul *hn ihey uie K1IM Your Kl IM milk ii pron-iird in the linsgainiidarrtpnew, con ism ina I ion and an> lunn . il keep* uiihtui rrlrigeraiion. Since w nh Kl IM there it no wane or ISSltsage. SOU gel your full ni.n>' worth of this supetioc quslm n>ilk —••Uw* m the very Uu ouiu*. 1 KLIM is pore, safe mils £^KLIMKEEPSWITHOUTRCFRIGEItATION J 3 KLIMquallty Is always HRrform 4 KLIM is eicellent for qrowlnq children 5 KLIM add* nourishment to cooked dishes 6 KLIM i% recommended for infant feeding 7 KLIMissofe m the spcciolly-packedlin 8 KLIMis produced under strictest control t pure wo'sr, odd KlIM, lftr and you hove pure, safe milk ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN D! TV flowing hcuity .•/ crepe n fsrif P-I'UI iYii r.' gte&ta as) t'ia in I iTifuion'i huwriotu rayon I... fctflrisft) ''•'.') w l aw n ...a* avattPbatli '"-'< gesraad at %  %  %  •>" mptrhlf ami Jcmihf I KLIM : MILK %  IMT IN PRIrlllHCI TMl WORLD OVER I .-'JK\ F.B,Armsteong Ltd V BsltaBBBBfe. SSSSSSSSS RMaolicM itchlnf-<• % %  d by gcrvai ur I > eat skss. aptedily ornlopt true it nan, puapln sad opea som unless casckra Thauataik *a* .fan •uRrrt bait prof utat utrn Is aodung men sun la mule chsa D.D.D. Presuipooa. Thss fsnviui liquid tattot aWi peorosu Ms* tortund •kia ua.n n atUKB lb* rmning irnn. anJ ddt ows the infecnon Vbarerer (brn> <•' •SiDlntabUligmaiTaupaunsoddiUrri. ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. BOIl.i. EKUPTIONS, rglCKI.V HEAT. MALARIA SORES or RINGWORM •ust a few sppLcaOODi of srooderf^ ODD Preatnr-non w.11 ite uutsn' Mbef Prrarvm. and OM aood res*.' wiUbc testing I DO D PreacnpOoa i> obUUDibte from cbemiHi and More* •^erywhare Brldraiowr aaSoMil .PRESCRIPTION



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SI SOW J UflJABI 27. IM2 -.1 \ii\Y U> I'M.I -.IMN \\ hat's Cooking In ThKitchen SEWING CIRCLE n rtwv NOLAN WELL PLANNED YOKES add interest to many styles. The hon.. .11 Hnd that yokes offer a fertile field ukc|1 tuT rav 0 i, sometimes and You Need Charm to Titan about Jown 1 %  %eek recipe* (or gno< '. for ho talents. Of HMMMJ n >' form of designing is also n ev are %  farm of art but all of us have some art talent and even %  latent will grow with practice biflhtai Study f annum picture,.i fw Trj drawing smie of these yokes on copies or your basic pattern. Achieving exactly the sain* proportions as the picture your are copying may not be ca*> nt ftrst but keep trying Figure 1 Show* • n*ind yoke. Notice that this yoke the tip of the shoulder or where the shoulder seam meets the sleeve scam. The lowest point oi yoke curve Is just above the ilrst twb m& M Unolnll, Workfor a Princess j g^^. JAGUAR. By SUSAN DEACON lii.W .ndbu Uiame." >|uote 1"' 1,1... ; ... l..\ '.* i Th ikjout Cook the slice* of meat in some AND~ H ARDWOHKING In Mi butter Ml nee it and add to it peake'* \ mt \ job. researching for 2 tablespoons!ul of bo.led spinach X he Conservative Central O trice, (quite dry), 1 tablespoenful of sni worked extremely hard and grated cheese, one en **>"* %  never minded staying late." Figuie 3 Hart* -lice of ham minced. I teaspoonin the shoulder '" %  ( ltum and • un D of nul You "**** TACT "'!. WCC A '" of the "'! laccord.im U taste). Mix all research was nop secret .so M.sa ,? with a wooden spoon. Now prePeake u used to "not talking the dough Sift the , of You need CHARM. An ea-colFrom the position ndcrarm darts in the picture you ee that the lowest point of UCSY icrning a Job whfc h n i> -W i nagers last only three nonUM. is 28-....rdrink, beer an.i ,ider. aae, we old Iris Peaka, ilnuMi .N'^-^wTh MR fo. Uds isklnc I I "\ *•*" North, and new temporary ladyw.MM. The, ">"-> '"" JT ling to Princes* Marg..r. i thirt wine to <*£" !" w V !" : It .s.JobmortgIrUv.111 cm,. 1. tk*. HAIIMFL'L. A docto. What QU.llflc.Uon. are needed sv^ ^ ^^^ „ A LITTLE SHORTHAND MM would eonttsn only just over nine JAG UAH XKI2". Mk \ II BM Peake-) speed was 120 when he fm cent of aiciml. which The Jaguar i. now in Baroao luushed naming ten veert ago. wouldn't haim .my child • | the moi. KFFlCIFN-l s. luethini; Warmer For The leatures to note In • Men rypa KR one that HWI -. new pHiv.ic produ -l. 1 ikl new or untne.i inv. a blend .1 kn-wn and pre,. rcntottg w imiw M eieai to tan designs of the high^t Tint Rtm what "id MM brought about the but eo f so unparalleled an i than nylon and be defin. | %  an F-ninnc that onv. < for those preferring U I . Ask to M•WUt the ih.t" Mo You need :,ned and mane *rees There • the slightest MM vou cant JCC n S able Mr, lldred Wntkins (PI ouae v thai placed July each from %  the kitchen table. and the Add league of attractive glil li Peake li ear] !" %  : mm i* about level with ,,0,lr ol hust point. Tiy skeUhmg ie iw %  — T. —:~ >T 1 ui, r %  • | S on as before to £ £ %  e. one tijbWpotjJh.l ^ R A ^^ in fc / obtain the lines most becoming of water and i, P m,n ,,( ^j' "^ her father's constituency says to vou. When vou have cut the the dough until M.ft and dtvirf. ^ JJ JJ mU( h ^^^ ( aM „„ l button On your basic bodice yoke pattern from the bodice Into ,wo J^'". *i! JJ5 i'ou ""-W 1 "' •* %  %  >Wa ,l1 on your pattern and pin u bade darts then hold th inches between each. \\ ifgXDMi \t UM DRIM M"UE IJl'HK. ndBrfun Mr Pavirl CrOHCH, Of Hk I Slieert onh .t taste a'ld %  %  %  makes not MM elvel lluef n-.him.il J.:ia BMN UM Her >our p.ttern on you in front of your mirror with the neckline turned back to form the lapels. When you are sure you have the button in the proper location unpin the darts so the pattern will lay from lhe nr „ t wnirn mc i u iUt and draw In a gentle curve (rom the shoulder tip to point about an half inch above the first button. Work over the < urve until it i* smooth, then repin darts and try before your >n lap and facing ~. voke This yoke U also vei • Ugh does not get a when tucked This may On the first sheet put the mixture be done in two dlSerent way*, in small heaps a* big vou may tuck section of cloth leaving two and then cut its outlines by your yoke pattern or you may crease tucks in another piece of paper and cut another yoke pattern includes the tOCks. The last method necessitates marking the tucks accurately before stitching. Mi of eg*r)gtt* the underarm iour basic. The possible you. Cut the pattern %  parl -.n designs are numerous. Cover ith •• %  ** %  the curve and add *cam allowThe best method for stitch tog douin atld press between Mft of anc* toTooth cdgMV most 1 W I '" 'f" ">der the th e agnolotli. Cut with a knife TV voki In Slurc 2 start* at yoke seam and lap the yoke over ^ you haV e dipped in flour ieM .. Si Tl.-voke the bailee seam. Base carefully lgno iotti (like Irtue suaies) huytn ihe wine waiters In Lonkimono lee\e • ^^ (ho ml „ lure ls ^f^iy hut h-irdressers say: -Deflidtely ucs." .nsi.le by pressing with your nnTO-DAY girls start growing up %  %  ger all nAind each of them. Put when they are 12 to 14. At 10. I n. rrdmbo I" start her new lob.' U Ml No. She says: "I am bapiu f,mg] pern Wai only %  /• new clothes. Probablif not now la^t ;i> long as a pre-' c] %  i %  bow *lll be in the Iron Aiioy. %  ..,,,. Man %  i ever DM MOjgl %  the MR To-dnv's Youn|i>lers Arc Older children growing up more these days* The shop Children "Children don't experience phy, aajl Mid M soon as i'. PRK-WAR. Ha > did : SboUln. 'throw L agnolotli u. afull-lc.ngih dress until they the water and let them boil for 10 •* %  —— ^gsana_j >..i.i.ri I~.! "i. tan years Ihe point on curvMJ % %  • .'.I %  ... %  [ront the yoki point of UM v Hr step ii to esUblUh the neckUn£ Twn SUM from the underttm gM^rtotrt and sketch In the ing et they prefer i om( tilll | c l(U ,i or anr | grate chceoo M( (IK M. troaa waft b-refootod on ^ % %  M"g p on tham in either ways they the underarm seam leum and stand In howlm u ,^, serve hot u t to become draughts rather than put these An<) now bm ra y ^ip,. for At tho centra gnrments on. They can pla.ur — ^ their fingers with an ^ealve i>ecklinc. The mixture of congealed inarnwlad. %  leaf mould and p-tor paint and !ne task requlriiiiuh— such a il i%  biscuit but fi ardTor ptayfashioned French BISCUIT. HA1HDI KS^I '' %  rnjm want a MR, i %  P jo-.king wave trill they ask foi only a 'light' perm, which ohvi0Uly will not last o long At the prices they charge for n K im these day* 1 Ihink it should both natural and lasting |i.i-sii.i: \ Noon : I'rni.." PRINCftSfl Al-EXANDHIA i* u< IS. now taller than her cousiniprlneees Eliral-eth and Margaret 1 SAW DM with h. t.ie Duchess of Kent, in Mr. Nori .an HartnclU showrnom recently, having a fitting for a port' have a far dreys. , •tsTMs. -• %  -5RS." ..rr^';v; M "j'i jyssnj i?. ss s raja. '"^ '.eo i xiepti..nal smoothneas, with UM J.'guar XK'. The JAOCAR MkVlI I .,! ChOMM Uarage HI ttoa i. of 2o colours. Wag* in to see . .s you tortoi noU the wonueriul br.iKiug M U-m the DtWI ..-ted Qirbng Maf aujusting liydtaula 1 interior of the Jaguar I -.upcib, with flnuat i|ual.'> k .it her upholstery over foam rubbar, polished walnut htotrumont |>aiivl and Owl* pUj < i thick felt underlay And finally, not the Mogl th>' Jaguar MSuations, is IM MWVtl UMrt the p.i"' can be alow as It Is. A-l.-l %  poctum right DOW H r i rug PMB Bf %  MM %  %  kiininn toJMMi iinka and scl „. a — only 3b. %  %  I quite soon to MM What uuiy boaullful ttand lama's on Broad Street. When I tell %'-i that it's ivm from iu.ii.ttui Mid %  I MII Kl.sk'. Win. Pttd pro) ok pMJ %  %  Hnd '*>e lti.ie.hhh rCn and lOVCiii Fruit An.i goal pass by tho framed Wall Plaque, for Junior %  bodroon I .!i. Hti'ori( end see The Duchess buys some ,He„m(U" Piincess's day clothes IMM eg o'( U." at 1 Ia>nd i Savoy Kiscuil A hairdresser says: — •They frequently have 11 Is %  %  nn-h More that) H lad) h -waiting first g< hen 13 to UM store and ssks for so> BJOM | Ml oni sigiv ore DWRV and UM sol Pll IM W . -.. At the II %  Wl ',OM k l • I ttuoK new and I holding Cotton Bl i dig valua snd si Suiting lines. UiMlItt WiCKtetlin Pll %  < %  IM in .ittractive plain 36 ins wid.v An entirely ii<- havt %  Hankie: the : lf Yonto, B^M*!** mirror until you achieve lug the P !" ^ Rurkertdse. r. s .ir nl' T Hour; 2 YOUll BABY AND YOU turn punwr. or J { .. i„Li.... l't ,hr dl (HM "l ^_ Mix the 5 yolks of the eggs \ '" >k_ .......> ...... tuvii unll (or ,il the sugar UK) he.it waU for BbOUl B, ,: ''" lllm(U .s imtll -hev look JJ2Z* WIllC. twenty anft. aa?RAaf aa."3&s' Add QU H">ur and the cornflour vary slowly and mix well. Add (Bv SISTER CHARLOTTE) SO Ul w, have dealt With snme j^JE !" ^^ S ori .n K e >r" lemon rind vanilla essence. Tl.cn l*:.\ Bt until Ihcy are (ar* of leiiic and u'alcr. A WINE WA1TKU >ayi:,.,'( „,.,!, II.. I I make for your baby, and shall of your baby. vour bahv. .. .. .. white, of the cgK, until they are Most mothors-to.be 1 And. and certainly those expect„,„ „„ rt M lhf „, h „ 5* c i ILL. 1,1.0 In lmnvv tinsymptoms o( commixture. Put In a enke tin with I their first babies like to Know t^ m i ... h tanlm ,„ auv „ wl „ an hour mi: their first DaDies. ^ 0 """".'.'(l ,,,.,'that odd pains ry hlah bonier, lc.u. .t will menrtncUbour especially in view nt the fac-lina ou H j- ^ ^ ^ which are not labour pains—are liable lo be felt dunm, j—j^ i^ f ,„„„„,„„ ,„„ tho last tWO or 'hree weeka. a an acHBW moderate oven for about ', g rwBs*s or S^HHsSS SSs n %  ''hen nrr lolnl away.-• 5 %  V rJTZ*. ^around, but HM AWFU CH.lt>— irrlval. If you ,,ff aiui notlDoctor. It is bet'or In Pie ltl Canadian Column nm.mm.mm FISH IIAKVI.ST •y^jBJflB SSS Canada has one of the foremost .A. | >_ n i aufKn hi|. %  *-••* "" fisheries expel nnenti.l laboratur„„.. Rationing herles in the world with the com( off lillllul ni ,, h off been pletlon In Halifax. N.B., of th fl assault, the Sioux trsnsnovated and expanded auarurs 1lirrmA tt ^^f ,rf rive to a South rub %  '" i< the Atlantic rwi mental Station of the Fisheric very economic and R.^^,,,^ Board of Canada, the It was given (the Apartment of Flthertos nnnounc I M iiiir'ustikablc |1 iimi ,hnt a period-like pain will bcg>n ,ow '" tho b c fc working s of the womb to the front or. if MM are relaxed you may feel them beKinnitut in the womb and goinj; .lownw.'rda directly. These pain* will start. Increase In strength md then quite rapidly die sway. Than another pain will do pre• %  isely the same. As time goes on Ihev" will increase *'dh fretiuency •-' regular inteiv.d*. As soon as you think thr-T these regular pains have commenced vou should le* rour I' 101 M now. There %  no need to become anxious or alarmed. Nor need you go to bed. It || much better t he up and ..bout arranging the last minute details to your things. which Italy in 1&*11in ope of the i popular magannes in 1919 an I name from that dale .. t • ial>i*tp*<>nM>ii I taMw-paor.ful i rii Other sign* generally fnll' iftt* the rvthmic pall... ..,ur before, ar. a shght JCUJ S pegiod-Uke loss and a sudden rush of lh v-on but somefcu.%  F.igiuh pouaa I V-..I I f Sift the Hour on the kitchei table or thu pastry board like fountain. In the middle put pinch of salt. 2 tablespoonslul MMH I eggs. I tabl. butter. 3 big English potato*'. (boiled and mashed) and . bit lemon rind (grated). Mix tie ve.ist in UtUe water 'two tabli spoonsful) and add to the mixtur. W*jrk UM dougn Put it in do not be alarmed, try en with high border and 1completely, as in doing in a warm spot lor about tara tl aid the muscles which hours. Bake it in a moderate ov-i for about * of an hour. When d expelling the cotltMIU ready take it out of the oven and omb. l,t some icing sugar on the top DAaNC'fc '.' MET — dost }lf*M tbarrt..Mil lee cream Hit T Long recognized as one of the leading fisheries research nation* Canada has seven station* from Newfoundland to British Columbia engaged in full-time biol'.gieal and technological studies Into Canada's commercial fisheries. This year theso fisheries are exiiet'ed to havt. %  marketed %-alu o| iMtrly 9SOb,OOO.0O0 "SIOUX"' AIDS I'.l M l l On Board HMCS Sioux, at a UN Ur*! N'sval Base In Japan (delayed) • put to' Tn() t ', M dlan destroyer played Km H ul , an active part r.cently in the rel ""' %  ,u, capture from the Rods ol in tsUi d off the west coast of North Korea and :n tba MM ol c.vil. II UN nghUng men wouruk-d In Hi %  druggie for tlM ULand ferred a party erf nve to Korean minesweeper with Instruetlons to ascertain the progn-ss ot :he tlghtinn CloasMJ the island under covei of darkness the mlnaawaeper %  (-.tted two Junks and. at U.e bas, f. %  party ol lefugaa. and UN troops They learned that the bland had f.illen iOd party on the shore * %  •" hopefuii* %  roeeue, while i Md l.v a small rear-guard at the : a Ol tta lifT i i, t.i the juiikt was loaded with refugees and this the minesweeper towed to a nearby sweeuer returnet with four mall SMIW pans Which, With Ihen sh '11' draft. eOUld k" "Rhl m to beach. rurt] per* a ||kt| mil %  • I eight wounded two women and a baby. asffjr/ IMPROVED ODEX SOAP O Cell skin really clean O Bmiirin ptttpifalion odour LMHI My sweel and dainty AVOID 0FFENDINC-USE_Op_EX maidenjbrm Uaidh m le StrapJi • %  > !ra ieoa roan caT l>ro ie \I .'d. -i-Ue %  ful under 1' ireihouldeted >• ktarl • %  1 imnr li iili' i li^tii boo port | In wbjl U HrYOT' lie Id., I 1 .,1 V.n.i.. ,. li... .. NBBBBI 'V-W ^ I., I HARD TIMES WITH BACKACHE OfWi AM to AiggM kMnr •cOBSf I Il-H ISN(rr wgood when voo 1 art troubled wtdi bsckacba, iheomjttc pain*, inff. scbiag %  osde. sivf jauin, lumbago or common urinary diioiden due M iluggiih kidney acaoa. t Why put up with pain and dls>ben '"i migbi ger hinpf t-hci ev tailing Ouao'i Hi.Ka.'lM Kidney Pill*. They Mimubmind dearie duggin"i kidoeyi and n>. the blood ,.i . em MM Ida mi>4 other impur tMe BMlen f>n'i Pills hare helped many (houMnds | let then heir vou. I^J-DOANS ^ THE EXCITING Ntm \H FABRICS IS HIGH FASHION labour •" nou^ • '-""'~„VVoTo"lM• m.i.l,." prinUno\7 aSafafouM indbvpUe* foods txt)B to thaaarUy rlroi j womtn of today.' i'..--i.iii(icP rinuat tubmi RDVtsat... cool, comfortably li R hi in.l I wearinu SM your own from "Tex-made" prii. You will get thai pHmlw diatinction of a "T, %  •dt" fabric drww ... in a amart combination at high f.iahion an


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SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S2 SUNDAY ADVOrvTF p.\cr vrvr. BERMUDA HOUSE DEBATE AND of .. StW.ll i ua the evolution of demoting MTTi DO oUier pulMaller ol Opinion MM, 4 tha pufaH lie inlrmu iingls i ne sea mat ic LitaMed \m,l. hrmiasl riumt** HAMILTON. January 10 jjj v\ ITIl only iwu members registering objection, the *•*** House of Assembly in a two-hour debate approved the !"£!' report of a select committee finding that The Royal Gazette had committed a breach ol privilege and acted in contempt AI A ot an order that a debate which took place in public should opinion, he m unduly harsh in W avadate* talta info not be published. In adopting the committee's recomhl criuctsmi o( the ecutor of the from *hkk ihev could mendations the House also agreed to a message to the Si? cr ~"" % % %  maiu-r of opinion mwle thousaans ami in uundffof, Legislative Council asking that a joint select committee ,h .* d tor ." c,, J l t he Mw rt "* dol £. ri ne ""•"<* b* . up .0 „udv ,h. whole maUer'of Par„.„,en,' s p„v„t£ paper itacir and m the rvii. Met dance ha taw befou < he mu.i havi kn ., Mat Aj\ It iid'hf had seen the *.ime opln lion don not divuut< th. right ot the House of Com to ac< ** we intended to a tiotsM in.* H ihr pr-CT. from legations made, that virtually no powers vest in the House either to protect itself or Its proceedings, and only limited powers in control of its own members. It seams likely that this position also applies to your Honourable House "The House of Assembly helieves that this matter should be further investigated with 1 view to the passage of legislation clearing the position, and would request that your Honourable House appoint a committee to form with a committee of the House of Assembly a Joint select committee to Investigate the matter and to report to the respeclive Houses thereon with such recommendation< as the committee sew (It" Ui examine the whoU from the point of eraal rights m this resaul Sir John. Mr. Mislck's referenr. ih it ,. —rtharit.ittw opinion. Sir Joh millee he showed himself MMssfld with the desire to clarify an • %  anomalous and ambiguous situ-Uom showin* • oulcirpi Uoq primarily in the intcrr-.! Of Ma public which he and th ',,', tuggest''ti^ -.unmendaUon. Pi ol Hi Hiehards said 1* had althe newspaper was discourteous ir %  %  rtt A <>f the fact that the House extends a courtesy in allowing .1 -eptirtfi lo tome *ithln H The editor should have said he %  v ag %  art] If we had the light then we Dave no penal powers To p.it the right is .1 in "The hoinnii-tlih' member has "" Mftarnd M fraadoui af Mi pran i*e sal wnen ( M being somelhm,: ....itli-r ,neMi'*vered the iltuatlon I II. and vation and it is our concern to M '' "-' %  ''-' ' %  see that thU and "thei MMMtMni boile-l down lo tin ,.|,1 %  s:utl the in our HI arve our ewi "" "deo' rights and prtVUagM MDpardM Mr u * **miUi -i, those of the pres>' • p| Mi MtaMk. %  1 think he has made ..' In the H< aos, with :itw> raportt 1 %  luenuj amd otii %  %  1 BttM DOSJld I '• m time Ih. H %  < look could MX fOU must remember this Mai Ma ai the ( t-\ by tlM ""is particular stage of our exisw'ays complained in the ll< lOout tlie reports wlmli >iBlvan o| debates of the HOUM. rtie MpotMn .i John. Ti tence all over the world editor are taking on themselves the right of telling Ihe public what thr>" ought lo know, ftstj delete rba< theyconsider would not inte'c' the public and |M they consider the Import The food for family fitness aaed d*iiry tourcs t idded to at, Craviei d thai jic eslr SM Chit *spe*.ili • %  .i'if. • %  id on hji butcerad toast la Mr 1 loi.,loi., 4 Ol., %  Ol., I* Of. ha ceive the position that tl po is s s aa d possess.'' he added Jl *>_• • Th, memoSI for Sandys want "To castigate ..-. on 1 M 11 alous ia Mcura for v,r v public-apiriMd editor of this ihis House powers thai a r e ll f*PP'—" lw possessetl bj the Huuse of Com* ,u UfC %  > '' ,! •* t'wful and I will support th" a : s,upld !l / '"' ; : pport the re|"'rl Ml Sn th c ntmued. nurageous acts or ind motion to H (.'..rnsupport th" 101m select cornmlttae, but I cannot help feeling that the eo nMa l M which .e are called upon lo consider uch proposals is rather an unSmdhv powers can be checked tannot and to the very root of the auth inly of the House itself. 'The report of the committee %  % %  ,.'! 1 Tu I-1 ompMMb factual In M fji ^ U has raporMd it had with the lha Barmuda Press Ltd. and Ihe editor of The float liairtle published by Ihe Bermuda Prase." he declared .ton* IOC pui i.c uitanui UMI laa 1 1 %  dag ooi aarai A'ltll tile wisdom of tuKilig Ul.O hi cimtinue.1 I..; araca luiiy cm (.led to incn opinion. As the committee stated No Gain*ayini> IMl ci touie.i. • w. ara %  cornp • ilth and public UMsnaL %  Itnouan wa are allowed a u>margM of freedom M Rendered Service Ihe regulation of our OWn afTairs. How else would th 1 am sure we would navai get hava come foiw 1 statute measures winch rendered % aerv hs a tiuate and proper powers war ii'ii.il II wa imporlunt Mai ; "There are conceivable occa** 1 1 '" ulc House should tpro sions when this House may wish P* rt pr'nled to the publi. *. M take direct action against pert"* 1 no sort of feeling should IH sonn who an BS] ajssvnbari at • '''" m ""' ""ds of the aublk %  Mouse," he observed. %  '"' ssssWaaga ol the Hou Tna Speaker then recalled the P*f" was not doing its |ob. M'lwrt which appeared m Th* w,, freedom Or Of _, Royal (iaseUe recording t he ,uinrt responsibility aim it is lha. je**JMsgfsM of the day on which lha responsibility which l feel mm nice for doing ... 1 to bt inoiighi horna MJ and .di. Minor's speech from tbl Vartad Mr Hichards Mr. A. II. Saurtkse Mid •"lr IhU lloujc h u .be.,, ,.pe,.,t.,n ,. ., . „l,o h.d Ml l-ubli.-.d .„, ,. ,„. •!> •Pre,idenl M. Ptoj. ^f-bte DJJPJJ. ^\ ioM mpoMd . lml „, •%£% T^ J-NM f P~ I .,,, ,-, pn dtloti u own „„n,ic.. We Un l M alow ill rlfhl ly c rtoln ' .,f IhMR II. I PMUII t -,.. f.eely." selecl coirnultee. il ,, ,, ... ti. ., %  : ... %  : %  m ,,. ,^ that IIIIN Hou,.iball I... v.iiy InUrruptod *nli ., DkM •I.,,UI unto ilself all the powers of lt„ MARMITE TMt VITAMIN B riAl .IHACI GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND fLAVOUR the to praise the publicthrone I i-cticn of the editor ar.d "Thj far as the •) I P*"t he did was lawful ami |n the KEEP YOUR HOME SP/C AND SPAN W hv a wide range ol PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES inabM Of the llermuda Press slating that, ment with what the Hou*e did BkM ol the llermuda on ln.it occasion must b. eoo.Press. an %  naccuracy appeared in pletely separated from the f.ut I, 1 /':".^ ,"J .'"'" Iy the report of ihe committee an order u ^ h a '"f_** Broadcast.nt! Position << '"' order was disobeyed. The report had stated that Mr. Not Appropriate I .•ml waa Mr MISK atorlad -Hav r \ High Court of Parliament in LOBtin don. then I shall oppose it The p ( ,i . c.[ %  ritouM DO* 1 % %  n be* 1 dl THE ROYAL GAZETTE \s limit, manager of the In reenmmt. ruling that futth'i BenniatM ntoer!fsating Company, banning of The Royal Gazette the comshould be discontinued, Mr. Pearniiiu-e ami iMMd that when he man aid this had been suggested such i-i' <>f tho bt-cause the punishment was in not been aware no way appropriate M the O0ance of the implications, nor had he -ft Joes not reach hi ana wa) ,1 noi 1-broadcasting the person who was responsible had been speciAcaUy referred to for the contempt and. in my view. •-;; 1 unow 1 nave." ^n history and s COrurtltutlOSUl . ,. ,..,. ,';„.;.,,"„ "„"";, ",V„.."" notion to it does deprive the PObUc of %  H-continued : -I for one was | -w based on long usage, ha. ,. '. ,t I, m puhli.al.o,.. knowledge of the affairs of this "ot in ibe House when the det a .r. powers which are very • %  S ., „ r\ ,,... ,:,,! that U.c editor House to which they are entitled. fMMn was reached. That Ls not dom 1 ut( 11iea Noni „ f ,,„ .„ r efTec! Te S! n ,f toe Uoy.il Gazette had taken "A great deal has been said D** 1 "* 'he point because if I had bitrary powers could be I HOUM can take %  • 1 inform Mi. Wllmot of about the freedom of the press receivedI any advance informalion trusted lo any other body," Ml Sir John said he h..,e',i %  I %  U Iplk UOM concerned and The frewlom of the press is -. I should have certainly I Smith stated m ,,.,.-,.':,., Ibal puKwalioo by broadcastini great thing. It is a thing which here. Mr Smilh'nt.ted that Ihe era. lie toiiit -electC t. M the responsibility of belongs to all the drmocrac.es "The source from We-tminste, i^i t cBnVuh %  he oT he.broadcasting stauon alone. of the free world. The liberty potaf. ou, ,0 the selec. ,. „u : %%^& 'SciJ ^"Safa £ iv such acUon contemplated debate and an open debate House f t ommoni would -TWl I'arhamem d-n-s ,,.,' ,„• He .. .. h. t.ml , kreceded h% „„ Ilir .omrnajilaw brought toth, %  %  ' %  % %  Colony by the colenllM, Thil Gaaetie that en the following di %  l ack any speciOc lule parliament La based upon the -' Ihe ft disc irtt! *l h 1 H:. d eo 5£ a n n ,; Crown rights SS M comes into much later dl|U Thpy arp no inherent rights. It i true thai this Parliament can bt nbti that they like. Thai Is a snnrlio.i iMised on Ihe |< t tly." he obSMTI d in The Kritish Parliamenl li ni re I righl. although d a I m I recent years, but notice of I'prvsentawas required. vTl have the righl lo ad 1 1 th inln.I f.11 "I have been unable to verify of the press carries with It that 1 1 that statement by responsibilities in the interests of by the Mr. Wilmot treatise he has been Ihe community which the pres, have out uf lieiumda and will not rehas to recognise. notice of motion. turn until the end of the month [ s stpplauded 1 pott M concerned Before he moved that the repor. it is completely accurate as to be adopted and thai the U'gislutivIn that event %  MMd I" tha commute council be asked to appoint mem"•'" %  by the manner Of the Bermuda Iers to a joint select committee ol J* ul 70 h **"d, staled that 111B BroadcasUng Company," said Mr. both Houses of the Legislature to *"* hp,e w no tweic reguIVJV ""„_" 'V'"" ',?,.' h investigate the matter further with '"" on the usages of Ihe House of ^^?"J'^.. ST.*!! %  vnuld be obfious that the a view to the passage of legisla* omrnnns should be followed. ii tha Hou* ..1 n • aroul %  h iva 11 %  H 1 % %  Lo renir.v %  %  nt hours quired I do not knot. nghl or law wh,. n .,> 1 rra not close our doors to ihe pga, not that I would agree with il III Stirling said. I feel the report rtpn niiipii nil--' in some wav." b said. He still regretted the origin.. decision of the House, hut tha 1 ision having been MI. id. I) House was within it rlghU 1. taking the only action it cttUl tha newsptipri linh '. defied its Instructions ilU of lha Mr. by "The committee 1 the hould I -en.,. Of aj I 'ietetmme-l -oeciilc rule what the nrocedure If reporters were hould have been The Mother In the House the: radio station manager as distinct turn clearing up the posit ma the adltor f The Royal Pearman was applauded % %  did extend his regret and Assemblymen, opology for what had taken place. Mr. F. C. Misick. who spoke tq Entire Kes|Hmsihility opposition to the select 'The entire responsibility for tec's report, followed Mr. Pearthe publication of the report in man. His speech WBN marked by the newspaper was taken quite Ihe contention that the committee frmkly by th.editor of Thu should have referred the House Royal Ga/eitc The editor stated to information placed before it Mr. that he had been under no misby representatives of The Royal posing an armtidrncnt apprehension as lo the position G.nr.ite motion to accept the aeMct holder." ho continue.) Mi'inher's foniphdiii Parliaments. • -hould always be gukle Proposes Amendment Misick snd h ,..t aUowad reports u* would be made. II was wour power of the House to aaicl/de reporters. The House also had powers over Its members—simple householders' rights and law. In H .. the past they had Mfl Ihe House sultlclently. "But having invited the | ibll Refei 1 ing to alhsgaUoi %  epertllUJ, Sir John infonneil the Hilda Ailken 1.1 %  OsbSH f..r Sn.ith's Parish) had d H il iha bad baan In %  1 Iv misrron occasions. That had i.| pei.eil to every n embei ol Ihe tci the cost. admire the editor m On Page II I think it is most that the disbarring should M moved, not out of coin tor that Dawapapai but btcaui ol the public. I : %  tfOtiglj Dial the debates of \ House should dninitely ha u pUbUt and should '* %  dUl %  to the public In an acrui %  10 1 fW that reason I -limigly .support any motion I have a verbatim repoit madi b> hamcnlary l^pOTMl Opcniiit* It M JKlli January l.)2 For Ihe convenience of visitors In the island ..•u\ . sulents ol the lla-tino Oislrict. v.e Ivey to ,'iiiiniiiiire the n|M'niiii: ot ,1 brunch l.iqimr Slore at firev Stone Simp. \n. I in Hulliinr.il (lap. npposilc POnriiillii (lull. We iire slinkini; the In si br.Mids ..I Whiskv. (iin BrtJldy, Wines .ml I iqiii urs ,tinl the well known < OCKAM Ktmi. Iteer. Sluiil, etc. Also (ocktiiil His* lilts, Olives, ( herries, Klc. Htc. rk. and thai he had published an That information. he said, mlttee's report. It suggested, In Into the visitors' gallci int of ihe debate with Ihe came from an extremely authorifact, thai the committee should learn and inwnrdK MMnUCd of challengtntlve Parliamentary source which rise.-report progress and ask tor procedure and then M ing tho right of the H. ire 0 showed that il was scarcely con*ave to sit again. B hal) search their pocket h an order." stated Mr. ivable thai any such prohibition C*a*ain Saw Whiter describing claim the right to imprison them P<-"-n ^"'ch the House sought to imMr. Misick'* speech as a "long, ln order that they mlshl not lake %  been Imposed b> involved dissertation on the sub shorthand note of what wa have "He said that he had not done pose could hav. H'uae. he continued It did not and u w.i' 1 ot Confuted to one newspaper i 1 even "'•''on why we .te aatna authority m t'us matter,'' the Speakei de• %  Mr. ||. M. fieorgr Isallnilrld an 1 Ion "i wppirf*%  siitfi uiaiin nute ui wnai nr imv I'll the leiHilt ol 1 BA) pfrll Of dsnance Mil n MOUaa of r ^am otsl Ject. he commented that both M. r fl [H thai l. coin.. Iievon.l *t* iltee had done so. in his view, as tho Mr. Misick said: "I have listened ^ !" Vn Mr. Misick had placed Tlltn '„ „, hoSsebolder and of the House pros and cons before the Ho,,,*. Bjr inviting the por lad surety it M invite publleniion. r.ri-t in m i. of the UHOl M I orrwt Unit was basically an open debate vlt, n ? Publication how %  he said. Captain Winter recalled, referring i""lraw II?"he asked. A^V'", 11 l "" .'^"ST" ^ to the orcaiEi.in Thm •. .,., ,,d u ""* the rei>rt of the select Z^SL'SSShffLSmSt. No %  1|!h, ***" %  huge num"I say that this House | people bud been in the right to wiUidraw that right of visitors' gallery and upon them publication from lh Itermum. placed no prohlbipress on this occastun. I Mb? _^. tion. They could disseminate hat members will not exaggerate have complete control. But u "' ""formation llu-y had heard lne ina (U; r Tins li 1 1 th STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LTD. proper way of having the matter to the honourable member (Mr clarified as to whether the Hous; Pearman) with the closest possible did or did not have the right lo attention. Frankly. I am surprised I order." at the exaggention which he Mr. Pearman gave an account r-ltarhe* to the control which the elect comHouse of Commons, this House, nr had had with the then nv r,'*ier legislature exerciser SoUdtol General, Major David over the pubUGatkwi • • Has Kg Power Crux ' * UMtl n res it. ihe ih... there arc considerations which should be U.rnc in mindthat the the House .uld listeinyone %  .(, %  -. ari j y, t agree with the meinbe ssursarsss^UUl iFT. \f£ ~^ debate h ** 1 ,flkfn P Uc " • Mic h'bition on members as long as wnQ h J^j c^.u,,. ,„ „*!" div -*nd that Is the crux of the whni. '" d ,d not ubll5 l ">" sMMlM, ^'1 ion in tnese more orderly „..__.__ imt there tL-as tuithmv m ^t.... days thai any House of Parlln The House of Commons and thi House of Lord "I occasion in these more orderly qu^on but there asai nothing to slop iiy House of Parlio... ^ . ti.,„, f,om using the Information ment will wish to avail itself of IaIl ^, "L,,^ XiuSL.. Z, for thafrown .m these penal powers. I suppose *t is a good many years since me Commons availed itself." Mi iv.irman commented. In Public Interest .1 .K y '," -r'2 nlln,, Tn: h *" rt,rt n unl " d '" Instructions. He i:",^^.! the motion .0 ^JSLEZ J'^J^SJgSS ** "^ eva a requ est of th,. "I consider th The nitor Hid age of latlons between Parliament and press Ihe very ancient usages and *r. Si!'] 01 ";.""' gu "*" r antI> ,gn MVl fi-reite must h The only reason they survive ,„„..,. qu-UoBI ...^ullv M h,. Ihey constitute some link minri -n,^ %  ri the pasl They could belter ir der or eve: described as some fossilise" paper." he conclude*!. Speaker. Hlr John Cm, 1 would dispute Mr. SmitMi poMt of The Royal that the House had not the right to adopt sanctions against 1 %  ho failed to abide by the Hoo • the adltor or The Hoyai I ttetto Mr F. T Richards de1 I..M.I < hi fhe very next day m* editor USed his own privilege* nd the means ot his disposal to DUbbc a very full rx.f what he considered ught m thr matter." rot UM editor lo stole that hi* the editor of this newsn rt %  I n<>t OM of defiance btr no| have lo fear outside opin Ui) THE GREATEST PARTNERSHIP IN THE WORLD Your doctor and your druggist form a lasm— working together st all time* to kesp you wallJust as it is your doctor's province to diagnose TOUT UUI sad trast them—so It Is our work to All jotu doctor's prescriptions—accurately and carefullysad delirtr tharo to you promptly Send us your next Prescription KMGHTS DRUG STORES lha r.ghts of %  ulitlety he could 1 ot aparecMM, continued Mr. I ichards. ant act and nolhbe claimed. Wiit Discourteous Mr. sUrsaards; "The proper tim 1 g PYR.EX The name that means the very best in Oven-Table Glassware IIIS'SKR PLATES. <-irh 78c BRKAKKAST PLATES. Htk S 4t. SOCP PLATES. Each lie. I.INCII PLATES, carh 3c. 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We arc sure you'll Miy like ..II Ihe oilier 'K' wearers: — I'LL NEVER HEAR AVOTIILR SHOE BL'T 'K' $17.00 to $21.63 HARRISONS DIAL 2664 Sat) llislrihulor. [or K' SHOES in llarbldos.



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PACE EIGHT SUNDAY ADVOCATE M \ll\Y. JANTARV K. 1K1 BAKBApOSj^Am^E SUM,!.,. .I.,nii.,r> 2* I'"'2 IIIIHII PARTY THE Bill to make provision for the protection 01" Third Parties against risks arising out of the use of motor vehicles makes it unlawful for anyone to use a motor vehicle on a public road without being insured against liability for causing death or bodily injury to any person by the use of such vehicle. A motor vehicle is defined in the Rill as %  mechanically propelled vehicle intended or adapted for use on roads. Latest available official records show that there are fi.960 motor vehicles usinff the public roads of this island. There are 3,621 private cars, 340 hired cars, 156 omnibuses. 1,045 lorries, 3B1 vans, 26 hearses, 314 motor-cycles. 46 tractors and 31 trailers. In addition to these 5,960 motor vehicles, 21.515 bicycles and 4,314 animal drawn and push carts also use the public roads. In 1951, there were 19 fatal accidents, 84 serious and 1,062 minor. Vehicles involved in these accidents were 684 motor cars, 351 lorries, 152 omnibuses. 105 vans, 40 motor cycles. 451 bicycles and 22 listed as "others". These official figures are illuminating but two facts deserve special notice Although there are only 156 omnibuses | Ihc public roads omnibuses were involved in 152 accidents during 1951 Of particular importance too is the fact that 451 bicycles were involved in a total numbc* oJ 2.092 accidents. Nobody would criticise the principle that third party insurance is desirable for the protection of road users Yet the point made by a correspondent in the Advocate of January 23 deserves notice The fact that a measure introduced in England and Trimdad has not proved so unsatisfactory as to In repealed, comments this subscriber, is no reason for introducing it here. Daring the discussions of the Bill in the House of Assembly this month a lengthy speech was made by the senior member of St. George concerning the legal implications of the Bill Doubtless there is great need for the House of Assembly to be satisfied with the drafting of the Bill and to understand thoroughly the meaning of its clauses, but there is an even greater need to understand why such a Bill should be necessary Much more information surely is required from police records and from statistics of insurance companies What the ordinary tax-payer wants to know about legislation is whether it is good value for the money he or she is spending. It is so often over looked* by government and people that taxation is compulsory taking from one or more individuals and spending the monies so compulsorily taken for the public benefit. If private individuals or companies acquired monies in this method there would be a legitimate outcry against such, high handed activities. All legislation must therefore be constantly scrutinised by the public, all of whom are indirect lax payers, to see whether money expropriated from them is being well spent by the government which has been elected to power. This point is worth making because legislation aimed at protecting the community is so often immune from criticism because the public assumes that it is getting good value for its money. Facts and figures may prove that compulsory third party insurance is in fact necessary and will pay dividends. But so far there has been little indication given to the public to show why it should be necessary. Figures can be obtained quite easily and throw much light on the subject under discussion. It is interesting to discover that 2,903 of a total number of 5,960 motor vehicles in Barbados are insured (most of them comprehensively) against third party risks by five insurance companies. If the volume of business done by the remaining twenty insurance companies only equalled the total coverage of these five companies no less than 5,806 out of a total 5.960 vehicles would be already insured. In such an event the government might be creating much extra work for civil servants and insurance companies by passing the Third Party Risks Act and might in fact be spending more than the benefits to be derived from compulsory insurance of a relatively small number might warrant. Omnibuses and hired cars which have to pay very high premiums and a minority of commercial vehicles and private cars appear to be the main exceptions to the general rule in Barbados where the majority of motor vehicles are already insured. There cannot be the least doubt that people ought to be protected from drivers of motor vehicles in the event of accidents causing death or bodily injury. But unless the public is given a great deal more information as to the real need for such legislation than is provided in the objects and reasons of the Bill, it may be convinced that some less complicated measure might have been more suitable for Barbadian requirements. If, as the figures quoted above for five insurance companies suggest, the majorItJ oi mwiui vehicles are already insured, then there must be very good reasons why J. not L.KC oui inj Existing third parly premiums hat pnvate cars vary between $15 and $18 per annum depending on the horse power of the cars and no owner of a private car could lind these premiums prohibitive. In Trinidad on the other hand where there is compulsory third party insurance he rates are two and a halt times as high. There is therefore no grounds for assuming that compulsory third party insurance would decrease existing low premium rates for private cars. On the contrary there is general agreement that the rates would have to be raised as the public became more insurance conscious and made greater claims than they do at present. The greatest reluctance to insurance in Barbados appears to be displayed by the owners of omnibuses and taxis. The reason for this shyness is readily understood. Insurance premiums increase with the number of passengers carried. Taxis have therefore to pay nearly four times and omnibuses nearly twenty times the value of the premiums paid by the owner of a private car. Apparently they find it much cheaper to settle claims without insurance coverage. Compulsory insurance will therefore almost certainly result in increased taxi and bus fares. This is a very important point to watch because no legislation should add to the already inflated cost of living. 'y'SSSrVsVsVSSrSSfSVSSt',','. HIM HUM, besides being an island in the Inner Hebrides, is considered by Barbadians to be their national drink. Now Dr. Joad has been taking RngUthmen to task for not indulging in little England's famous beverage. I consider 1 wrim C %  M J I In Its* Pleasure nf Being Oneself, "one of the most outstanding tokens of our culinary dfgenenacy to be the almost total disappearance of hot concoctions from the average repertory of English drinking. Up to and including the time of Dickens. English literature is full of accounts of toddies, neguses and punches, but if you nsk for n hot drink in an English pub today, even if it be only the hotting up of Hum or Whisky they stare at you with consternation . ." Then after describing his favourite hot drutk which has a basis of rum Dr. Joad points to the drawback: "the absurd expensiveness of that best Empire product —rum. The West Indian Committee Circular is to be congratulated on reproducing this passage from C. E. M. Joad. Millions of Englishmen will agree with his comment on the drawback; "the absurd expensiveness of that best Empire product rum." In the United States of America there is an excise duly of $9 (U.S.) on every gallon of rum entering the United States from Puerto Rico. The United States employs the wine gallon as a standard of measurement. This is approximately 20'; less than the British Imperial Gallon. But so far from damaging the rum industry of Puerto Rico by making rum "absurdly" expensive the United States returns the excise duty collected on Puerto Rican rum to the Treasury of Puerto Rico. In 1949 the United States paid Puerto Rican exporters of rum $3,011,000 for 1.043,000 gallons of rum. In addition the collectors of excise tax tad for the Puerto Rican Treasury $9,387,000. In 1944 when the United States imposed restrictions on the manufacture of whisky the value of Puerto Rico's rum and liquor exports reached the extraordinary level of $35,000,000. When the $9 excise tax per proof gallon is added to this high sales figure it Is easy to understand how much Puerto Rican prosperity is due to its incorporation in the Commonwealth of the United States. The disadvantages under which Barbadian rum exporters to the United Kingdom operate are in marked contrast to the advantages which accrue to Puerto Rico A duty of £10. 11s. 2d. per proof gallon (imperial) has to be paid on rum entering the United Kingdom in casks and a duty of £ 10 12s. 2d. has to be paid on the same quantity arriving in bottles. Instead of the United Kingdom returning the duty levied in the United Kingdom on imported Barbadian rum it keeps these monies for the Exchequer of the United Kingdom. In 1949 Barbados exC tried 51,079 gallons of rum to the United ingdom. Were the United Kingdom to take a leaf from the United States' book Barbados would have profited by approximately £500.000 from duties collected in bullish ports during the year Bui since Barbados is not incorporated into the United Kingdom, like Martinique is Into France or Puerto Rico into the United States the rum exporters of Barbados have no legitimate grievance. What is cause for grievance is the fact that English warehouses are overstocked with West Indian rum today because the United Kingdom imposes so "absurdly expensive" a duty on that "best Empire productrum". The position would not be so absurd if the English man or woman disliked rum or did not want to buy it. In an overtaxed country like the United Kingdom how many individuals can afford to pay more than 26 shillings duty on a 5'6 bottle of rum ? The expensivenes* is more than absurd. Dr. Joad: it "spites the Englishman's face by cutting off the colonial's jose But our thanks are due none the less to vou for bringing the matter up and to the West India Committee Circular for drawing your notice to our attention. \OH ra nUKNBS OVERSEAS Barbados Annual Review 3/from Advocate Stationery ,-,--'.->-*-*'**,'. %  \n Kniph Box— is tlii$ YOUR Tool-Kit? //ere'* u -ilvvlian it/ • %  nrvilnv /..../. /rum our cuttniitrniblv ntiH'k: \ UWK IX LOMM.\ U Will KIM.IN I.OMM1N I! I 1.1.. Sadolln i Mriti urn 15/> H> Inn <.lr THE story is luld of Thomas Lalurvy M was a taxi driver in Ignition for wenty-live years jusi lor lh, fu. of ... Wten Baia.ey &J2ffJ5 died in 1S4B it turned oul lhat overy. but this time II rid not a my that h to be disIhivnifc done gocut reteare i Into covered. the matter he give %  this ldvice on I have always liked Ihe Middle tea-making. "You must no*, b-.'gin Ages, but I must say that I do into the iip approve of Mr. Allen's apprt (although that v >uld Mem the to the subject. He COnld< .'l" and 36" 8aw J11s— H"— 6Plane Irons—1'," Single Plan* Irons -1' 4 Doable OoagM Vi"— %' — 1" %  oefcat CfclMla—1/"—H" V.---V-V."-!" Scraw DriversStanley Planes HpokohavM Hand DrillVice. Harametjt obvious thing. 10 I strong the tea 'as a wealthy man who had telM up taxi driving ag a hobl>> glv, him H> much enjojm.ni ttal IJfijS 1 simply could not gi.. It was in in much the same spin. >'' u Vhe milk ^ thai Mr Hartnlln wrote this book. ,.'.."* . Born U Copenhagen and. a, he :. ,, tell. u.. 11 centimetre. rUh, <"''" <"c i am the hancBar? The customers all -land or *"?*£** from lh *' •"*> and pour .it about as if they belonged to J .> %  < %  J*** 1 "* W UM same party, and the stranger %  > JJ " feels a little reluctant to Intrude. %  "> d '"**" "" But when you have dared to go in Wanderings n and have got to know the place, f 0 *""'' 18 ***>* %  you will always be captivated by !<>> to those don the pleasant, club-like atmosphere. know Londor so rare in restaurant.. *•"• %  KU,dtf *> %  Mr. Sadolln soon found out lhat %  *** %  >•* P* 1 tea in England li both rite. During the how tory gg a project", .mil h On no. that Is to teach school-children UM > The correct "bare bones" of (he "Middle ARC*' i >llows. •Tint with a* little effort on U' m Use cup. then possible. The resuli I ii (3> the to book, full of lists of a lift the teapot dates which he intend' n H) P"l 'I to be learned by heart A thul you have form bos' WTSIH probf nd (4b, llf*. this book u. ot Treve van's magnlfl ^'^ This is anothcbook of dl.IfUtory. "Sod THE NATIONAL SPOUT 'You know. ;aid tlie Russian holds you with h ; glitlcrint aye visitor to England, In one of, MiiColeridge). lookl rigjnt, l^K* left, WodehouscS novels, "lhat is our extends an arm .vnilc a bicycle pal national spoil, trying lo or a bakery No., i s-ark trundles assassinate Lenin with a revolpast, and Uien p :iti0lcally beckver," U|U > ou forward. Drive it. mister Most countries seem to have— he y. courteously. >r at any rale are reputed to When playing i i g car-park the ,ave — then great national sport, diivil player slio dd observe one .ii England it is cricket — or W or iwo nne point; He should wail .t football' (The West Indians uolil the driver nas parked, lor and Australians between them tninks he has) and got out of th lave rather taken charge of the car, and locked d >rs. and put the .irst. and as for football — aren't ignition key in n Inside pocket. 'luimay the world champions?) Bringing into pl,i. all his natural in America the national .port charm and authority, the player canasta. In Italy it la grand now shepherds His driver back to apgffl In France it Is — not what his seaL 'Come right tor.,,!, %  going la ggfi bin assid," %  • itji tie dtffvar eosn bicvrling. pile*. "Go back now," orders the Has Barbados a national sport? player, and the driver goes back aOPta would say cricket, to where he stalled from. 'A bit Thai i> wnere 1 differ from most more, man." say, the player. Rcpajople. Not thai I deny tho starting his engi ic and breattUn| lualitv of Barbadian cricket heavily through his now. tho thai would be not only futile but driver puts the into reverse. dangerous; hut I have observed There is a splintering crash Hold thai there is another game much how. man." says the player, markmore universally played In the himself up an extra point, tsl.md than cricket is. I have If at the end of this I)., rutotened this game "drivlt" (one so close to its ught-hai long i and one short one. like bour that the dot r won't open, the something bv Plcavo). and i ptayci ic. ,,%. <• %  .,.• elabn that it is the true national Unlike othn ,. moin ll.nl.udo" I Itarbados. dnvit adnut.s %  certain number ol Anv number of players up to professionals policemen and carone can play drivltAll the player park attendant rhe relations lanced, is a motor-car—not hi. own. tween prongaioruiU and imatguci t>ut someone else's. The object of ure nol always of Ihs bast, net ."• the game Is to get the car out of much from an\ tJeotamd l> I I a gap into a main road, or through "union shop" as on account of a .. difllcult stretch of congested proper professional jealousy. Thu*. traftic. or into a vacant space In a when a helpful pisser-by has seen carpark. fOB safely to an anchorage out%  *OU can't drive a hundred yards side the thiefnS or club, you may >n Bridgetown without seeing the Mill be held up hy g stem figure dnvit players Eaes time vou in blue. He pleys the parking come lo a blind corner, which i. game superbly, a. a result of yean rett* well gft h • %  jpou come to of training and practice; but. as %  comer, (here. In a strategic one having authority, he feels he position, stand, the player. He mug point a moral. "You have you back-end too cloase to hc[l' bumper," be explain, as you' scramble through the sun-roof; .no hi an aside to the abashed passerby he adds—or is it imagination %  fifteen-love." An elegant variation is inountct ilrnit, played on a bicycle. Many a drlveg feeling his way forwun between the high stone walls tha flank every gateway and almo> every gap, and which effectively mask all traffic approaching from cither side, mu.'t have admirei the quickness with whn I boy who happens to be pcdallim by will sue up the situation am wave him On with a graceful ha). circle of the arm. and nothing Ii polo, nothing even in bullfighting, can match lh< admirable daslnvvllure with wind a cyclist, swerving without warning to tfte wrong sukof Ihe roan can signal a motorLsl by a flick of the arm behind the back lo paw him on the wrong side A. a true national sport, how ever, drivlt has one fault. It is no' [ played by women. Somehow the> don't seem to have the flair* foi Ihc most part they leave it stnctK alone, and when they do play they play badly. Only recently. 1 was edging my way inch by inch into Bay Street hoping that each rus that bore di.n on me round the blind corners would be the last A lady with a basket on her head watched me dispassionately from t perfect drivlt position, but despiv my patent difficulties said never ; %  word. At last, taking mv course* In my hands. I let In the ahricri only t.. come lo a acreamine h:i!' a. a taxi Hashed by, missing me by %  Onlv thou did the lady with the j hasket offer me her advice. "Doan't j get rr.ashed,' she said. IF YOU HAVE THAT SINKING FEELING" %  •Mag / ll '-^W ^ > %  ••• J GOLD LIFTS BRAID YOU UP i i oi course Goddard's Gold Braid Rum 5 .--c-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-.'.-.-,',-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-,-,-. ;



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PACE TEX SUNDAY U)VOCA SUNDAY. JANUARY 1J,lB (I I u. i.i \. ii 1. II. I Dinner In Honour Of LadvM.L.C The 11 un ML. i c and all f m.WU) .1 honour at %  \ %  %  Auguslin was nominated to II .. i n October. The fun Uon Mi <*| I Mr Si Geo gc Mur :oi or Mi T i idad) wile of ihc AakiaUm Bt Lucti i isted by M wife of Mr. Allen U. Lewis, LL.F. %  %  %  UmWU a former legislator. COrBfS \vc:e laid 10 nine on a beautifully decorated E-s.,opcd table Spcake evenlrjg wenMra. William Hackhaw, who piopoaed the toast l\.e Guest ol Horiu: A i-*n Lowli Mrs, CaroBUW li-in* nd Miss En nU Bouty. I;ASI IMMWS Indians in Barbados Celebrated ladi* Bepublic Day at "Chantily". St Leonard's Oap. A (lift wall i the form of • plaque %  > % %  preeentad hy M1M D ri Ml M man Replying tinfinest of honour i; omiaad to do lur bast for the is.and as a arfaota anil uigod Inn womenfolk uf St. Lucia to rally ..round her. Indians Celebrate Republic Day < IVM l'N> BftM IndlHU ol the cummunity celcbrat inWaadg ,\tui wellmtdnt today to %  Ii us in our celebratior ilk Day but owing to the daj M out celeoreiion, we Utvitled against asking anyone. Let us hope that next veer we .hall have naoj Meadi with us -HI this day. ZINC w.iin |o thank all of i-ome here this i m "his eelebra!>ay at "Chantily bt. Leonard sGap. the resiu. a* i^ that you may ol Mr. T Maraj, yesterday morning. The Blast Indian stores .,n be^oared many a year to come in Bridgetown were closed After the celebration the mm SSSSu .. 7aS B th-!!£ Mr. Vcrnon Esmond of the "V of tlw Indian, attended the Intercolonial cricket a, K£&& I w .1 s mil .linn n.naiinirnt hi sinetun Oval. I.clued ua in anyway reived larWnf >£.oc..u "l'ened to Mr. U the Mopla of Barbados aim ,„la aRalr a WMT. IK. T,„„i,'.l llvKleiie anrtSai Sabji"! braadcaat over Raul. nothing tome In the way. ai „id u, Tloiu lalron eiamln.tion which he -.n Trinjdjd In Ki.gl.ah IH Ml freed, no aclllah rnolKc, lu Ml M „, i I..30 p.m. .wMciday. Mr. Sahay the gc-id lelallonanlp. s >u ,i B Naln nal aliapirea of Ihe Roynl SgalUri ' ,. H • % %  Indian language. ,.,.;.,„,,. ui li.it-i.f-M.nin. TilmCIHKIH'III Ainlms.adiir. u i refrcahmanui wan served. lit ,r p | M ,|. T|...-I.r. nf *h. iiad. The llldllilll. all tol.l I • cue Ih.l the broaden.! WU "Mneh depend. %  ,.;..,,, behave unions*! Ihcsc Intelligent ti.iuliun Hi r and Inondly lli p ll, **• y f If relallona belwaan our n.jlh.Tland By BOURJOIS FACE POWOFR • BaOUOl %  • %  "• LITC* unxiiiAM • VAIfMUNQ Ki\M • -WtUAKTWl • H MR GUAM Thr element line oceuri W -;mf blet^le' rialut.il form oi inr nl%  of lead and silver A hard bluish-while mi'tal. line was originally produced m China and Suman M ri substantial quantities mined in Britain meat of the world's supply now eatttM from ihe Americas and Australasia. Cntur.es hrfore ?inc was discovered in the metallic \ncierit Greeks were — sMJIH it* "res with copper to make alloy that has beeorr. i'> modern lndustr>*. | %  Hg ,„r M. aH -'-•fly important today for coating oi • 'Kitiv. tuiMiig iron sheet and wiro to give protection aiainst : < is also used as a r-fflng material and In the manufacture of c*inH> lor dr> liattencs. %  %  ** PU*es for print. OK Compounds of the eleme.iti arc well known In such diverse masHctne, .tyeing and paint manufactur-v ,,. %  • wire and itrip for the electrical industry I.C I. makes sine-chrome pis" inents for paints and ilnc compound* for the proaatwai Of rubber. i %  Hvalih Ci f-ccessful in the H.'alth Visit x.miTiaioii KUOB IB* took tho same occaiion rfaia) wasChairma '..UI. Mr. Maulv Hi. iiiif/n \.'ir-./.'/f.T Good groom u for the entire family iri* SNAKCS Republic. Independence ^ -^ ^0^^. lx w n uVrc'" meaninB. .,,. u U( our ^^lug tredit to > %  on. t, ks> :l reiiulatnni in whirsi Mr. Thani Address 1VI „ u Jdusdrj ... Mr Daynldus Thani addivs%it ] Tinpeople BOd %  the natherinR. ai'i 'mc ipn of Barbados bava aralasM 1 %  %  %  nMer <>ui national ti %  %  close!) foi u lon| tune <"" uials %  %  image ti. Ihe hi.*.' ith) and rather, Uw Oreat Mahatma -ssdatetatidli • leadM —I'licy ii..., 1 ieod atth m ie Notw and daught-'m ->i u. out aehlevemBBl ••* hwdapandour iimthri'land whose sacriflri" MIDand will 110 doubt %  !and triignl.'for freedom ms '.<• to ses> well behavt'il .nd sincere %  uch %  momentous day possible In friends in us Let us go forwBfd history. with thai taik In hand Muf..r lh..e brave and that we succeed. It is very regret%  .f ,. % %  '1 ...i .. natloa roui.i ad ,..| wilhoul any Out ltd could refuse to sub i lilies anc iin 1. doing to-day \ %  ( Uon could ui mi snail %  a] coatribufion t im araas towards prosperity and well betnj ol U I other less fortunate, f the world. I "i % %  in.il \lrn.i|ili. niniiuinlty in Bar-| 'f India. We strongly and •nxn.j.ly desire peaceful %  with Ihj II 1 BOJOS with whom bite has brought ug so close to%  1111 in. small distance. M is wovlhy <>f un'BVe so fortunate to be among idly and nc*r peopit Wttb Whon our Staj i utigsaaiirelplaBaaal . iBBd I 1 r.-neal stmosphere is very congenial whili>t the cUmtte of tni i-\ely island is particularly very ea't y. %  HOW 1 Phould like to take tins opportunity of giving a word mju S-. %  ^issdw BIUOUSISBW. MPARTSUBN. •. AH im bMilea/ae LITTLE LANJU THANI. Tho | attended the function, is wear the type of dress now t f Indian movie stars Together or Sepw + They Add Vp To 5-STAR Motoring in 1952 Charles McEiiearney & Co., Ltd. 11. M i .... Tim 1 IIUKKN MAIililKS .. IIAt'ON IIASIIKHS OLIVES Bot> C.T. ONIONS MANCO Clll'TNKV . KETCH SAUCI uai VIROL HOL'RN VITA Tina PEARS PEACHES ASPAKACILS FRUIT COCKTAIL .... SLICED APPLES CROWN MALT Beta. GOLDEN ARROW RUM MsUDBWe A <•*.. LTD. Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4S02 in A Clans by UneUll THE NEW "A 40" VAN WHIZZ Iga >'l I t'OLD take A WHIZZ TABUT. 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lANLAtYn. us: SUM) XV ABMH \TI How Much Sense Does T. S. Eliot Make? PACF Ml \ i \U (KORGE MALCOLM THOMSON templed to throw the poenu War came and gave him an "!.TfIl^. m1 ** une "' P'ercing American naval comnuvMa. Family fortunes declined and thousand drove him to whooimasic-ruig at For Wesl Indian ASTHMA tv 1-j 111 loosened Firs rjooksJielves I kND MAMA. By T. S. be M.ot. Filter and fr-feer. 7s. .d. i.*a w W !" beauty like: BTBARN8 Kl.luT. '' %  ." %  %  iriiid %  *#*, . American-born poet dram-iisi aim u'tuixr, from the pew. Highgate. He lit out for'thc ,,>us and o* ' really matter that to foreign department of Lloyds Bank nis most teleyu "yew" may mean one thing because the work wu easiei I.I.I his best) play *" d to -^"l another? What matWas doing well in the City when bag* is a *•" u the precise but tentative Hugh W.lpole pushed him into i busyoody n-med ver **' "' w "ich each line seem-, publishing, where he did better. l | irobialo %  ,!, ubJect to r ,vt l **> by the He has a good bualness mind. The i Sir Harcourl-Kcilij. M *' With 1U learning, obscurity, family did not stem from New ITSI of ahe characters, irreverence and occasional splenEngland for nothing they are mi, But owur. it has done more than anyIn the mid-twenim he became opinion-; have thing cue to state and f-rm the famous with The Waste Land hi* rnong Eliot's admirers. thought of a generaUon. flrst major poem. Every underAn American teenager wrote to And wh*.t has he sought to graduate discovered (arter Eliuf it Julu. 'She it your leach' The emptiness of a pagan isn't she' I enclose a world. The need for religion. The I orouold / orow old p lor reply." claim of the Christian religion. I shall wear the bonot.n of my S...d James Thurber: "I am not t all have accepted the teaching, trousen rolled, so stupid as to believe that the • • The turning-point In his life party [a The Cock<>>'y the other day a schooltame m 1M7 when: is actually a CHKUI! master at a fashionable girls 1—He became British (more acparty. What do you think it to?" achool w Brookline, Boston, was curately English) in nationality. dismissed for reading to a senior and tinted with hi* c " a "Profane" poem of Eliot's. .—Was confirmed by the admirers for failing to realise One girl was "dumb-founded," Bishop of Oxford at Cuddcwion. that the psychiatrist Is really another "humiliated" to hear He had become an AngloElio!' Journey of the Magi from Catholic. ..dmirers a master engnged to teach "bustHe likes Kipling (as ooe') cits m his meaning betnew English." (as cats), chee-e (high). Dis'lk. s doaa, OIKC he wrote: Eliot commented palien'ly "Oh the theatre ("It Interferes with lOOrM %  uur hospital dear, this to most benighted. %  *' meals") Milton (as UKM. I ruinco mil%  Uam. But one learned t "*I B M.' !" >. that ,( Eliot thlnki L Adam, then he is wrong. I ay. Eliot humori-curity of the only BOM as a hi writing in ver'e. For : : t %  .,.: 1 t its frniiESirS*' %  kin'l Perhaps we must waif foe He u deliberate in speech judiChrlstianlty to reach Brookline." c J n w,th "'T sentence seems to He himself was bom in St. .'"" '" a ver u'ct of guilty with a M WMFa en h." ,ron r*.fOinmi-nda.k>n to merc>\ !" "' T.'>. -" 'convlvi.Hl,. Is nol above ,K "1 '" %  "' ""•• %  > %  "-"• %  •• joke al Ihc HDIW or the conprmnud u, n imoeuimciH ol (negation liuil..,ul,^ili.iuri.i, wmnlnj. A h.ncUome cold .no rmmm tunwui'.<.. ehaqua lor ciism as M I„ ...... I ol seven, olner. 01 Swedish kroner -which my lawver ,U*B Uya won UWDCUOB. t-ll, mc |, (rw gf „„ n Drama! ..i archaeologist, sister a> I.e.. Ihe Nobal Prize Aim the Order of Merit. Most quoted pre-atomlc 1 I :". S-iulhAt Harvart hi ii.-i.plinv his ahyiv wuihl to TU, u lh , ra „ hr ^.^^ „ :lU by hoing N of ^1, a ^^ DI1I fl u hl ^,„ r in" h'a v....'lu %  %  •"<" '"•> ,4k, bo,,n •"• IH-ta-k 15 "Trylnn to use N.irae%  •'son. in o Donncll, l>miia=.um. word. and ever, attempt Is I „,:,! ,„,.•',',.' %  .. ." co,tume, with nil lor wholly new .t.rt. and different .,., ruaghtryam.M wmt j.10Paw, mtfutw.ropsup— London, Oxford, before the 114-1 Poetry and Dr.m. Is a frank. ., „, war. EnilandI was impossible. A down-to-minute proereu report .... ,„ people ..tuned wlthjuchdiMi.il; n wh.t he himself re..d, a, poi named ln food Is not civilised." OxIordT eml.fallure, his successive atSteve O'Donnell who gave Eltot a "Very pretty, but I don't like to tempt, to Invade the modem H| IM. ucdantradtt• dead 1*' "s ny to 1 land theatre with poetic dram., and ..t, dan. where there are no Medici prints, a prophetic message md his nothing but concubln.ge nd conWorld Copyright Reserved Nadar may versstlon." — LSS. Bermuda House Debate a*Magj Ouod HrlUVQ >vuiu J-iiUi %  tana tviucA nau Man %  %  I % %  in 11. nit Luiiur ol -i.e. mwsI Ovtii very Ulavuunuu. •ii IU ooiaVagskSNsa, 1111 tit naiad mat he *uuiu support the repoit ol the nuiiuee. UXg Lbal he kliared the views of Mr. Spurling, Mr. O. %  JlOOIIssMd his intention of supporting the report. i.ing that strikes me so fmcib.y about this matter is this,' ho explained. "I voted against .ai motion but the de%  raj made by the House and II was put very fairly to the newspapers. The editor of this 1 constituted himself on urbiter of greater Judgment than the members of this House. It was a very arrogant attitude % %  1 ika." Ranitkdlng the House that he too had objected to the original motion. Mr. Edmund Gibbons said that whether the House was right or not was beside the point. I nnl wat that the House tba debate not to be inurder was ignored 1 Lttor of The Royal Oarfba his be%  I presumptuous. For members to stand up here und laud tlie action of the editor is ridiculous. 1 also thinks it is ridiculous to say the editor acted IB the interest of the public. It was nol in the interests of the public. Newspapers are in business tu make money," he said. Stating that a newspaper was operated by a "hard headed bunch of directors." Mr. Gibbons added: "They are in business to make a profit. If they can Inform the public at the same time, so well and good.'' Concerned About House He was personally concerned about the right, privileges and dignities of the House. 1 think it Is high time that some of this freedom of the press was curuilied. We must protect ourselves." Be Bit; Mr. Smith took Ihe floor oa.ee "Why cannot we be big enoi--h to admit we were wrong? Wny cannot we be big enough to admit that progress In this world has only been secured by the courageous individuals who on occasion flouted even parliaments, lo their ever-lasting honour and glory he said. ••Whatever the editor of that newspaper did—perhaps he was rather rude and perhaps he was mistaken—I maintain that he did It lawfully We should have the decency and big-heartednesi to admiro him," commented the Speaker, Mr. I'earmun said the feiecl ."mmitlee was furnished with certain InfonnaU a "It was obscure and did nol BSPMl 10 MIT} aUi> ml aBllgJil enmeni on the subject." he added Mr ."ear-man then proceedeJ to disclose the nature of the inforiration to whuh Mr Nlisick had 1eferred 1M? Caae In ISMT. he explained. Ihe House took a similar decision and on that occasion The Royal Gazette adhered to the decision under protest. The Royal Gazette forwarded an account of what had happened to the Empire Press Union The matter was. In due course, referred to the then Clerk of the House of Couwnons, Sir Gilbert Campion, and a reply was received. The letter pointed out that only the position with regard to the British Parliament could be dealt with. Breach of Privilege "From my point of view the order prohibiting publication of that particular debate was in effect shutting the stable door after the horse hud gone. I have heard nobody question the fact that the publication of any report is a breach of privilege. Tomorrow morning when the newspapers come out with a report ol 'Unless the soul goes out to meet what we see we do not see it nothing do we see not a beetle, not a blade of grass." With thi quotation from W. H. Hudson Amy Oakley opens Behold the Hcst Indies, first printed in 1941 and "with a teat that is absolutely up to the minute" in 1931. and over 100 illustrations contain.n,. some not printed in the M volume The book to dedicated iu Watoort Minshall "whose enthusiasm foi Trinidad we share" It to not surprising that Barbados gets a poor showing aftn that. Trinidad is "a terrestn..! paradise', Puerto Rico is "incom. parable" but Barbados is simuh "Isle of sugar." On her way to Hackleton's OUT Mrs. Oakley describes the "Monotony of the ride as being "of thvery essence of Barbados" Mr> Oakley drops some bloomers. Sh • states inaccurately that all of thf land under cultivation to in the possession of plantation owners Had she taken m> advice an< checked with the Year Hook M the West Indie?, she would hav discovered that peasant holding accounted for 17,283 of Ihc i-4. 34i. acres of agricultural land. There is also great confusion in her mind as to the difference between Sam Lord's and the Cram KotsJ Visitors to the Crane Hotel are not in the habit of exploring ground floor rooms "with mas> ve bedsteads." Mrs. Oakley mentions with approval and Man and rum omelette, but she disapproves of frying flying fish. "The frjing of the captivating creatures" she writes "in life irridescent as rainbows ana likewise arching the wives I maul much as the serving in Italy of larks and nightingales.*' MM maktsi no m fact that whereas Italian* can ge* hy on spaghetti an.i rice Barbadians just could not afford to live by watching tame (lying fish iefcemble rainbows. The only place winch Mrs Oakley seemed lo anjoy In Bai bados was Canefield House, then In the possession of the motM i the founder of the Mary Eli/abeti> Tea Room on l*ifth Avenue. Of the 513 pages In the boon Barbados only gets 19, so there Is plenty of reading for those i interested in other tcrriU.,ie> the Caribbean. Beginning with Nassau. Amy Oakley take* ui With her lo Cuba, "Tempe'Iomi:. Jamaica", Haiti. San Domingo. Puerto Rico. "Uncle Sam's Virgins." the I-eewards, the WLM.II Itiadaioupa, Haitinlque, Trinidad. TotsUO, Dult h W* I Indies. Venezuela. Colombia, an 1 leaves us In Panama. Her husband, whom throughout the book she describes us "m> illustrator" sketches aiiyUinv. from a flying fish to Robinson Crusoe. The book is vcru. printed in good clean type and on excellent paper Some J Ihe illustrations lose their continuitv by having a white space between the folds but moat of them are effective and add to the enter tainment of the book. Amy Oak ley writes easily and she has a lot of anecdote gathered in pei*on during her travels In the Caribbean and collected from books and other sources. Some of her expressions Jar. For instance ,n lighting by plane a| Havana, Amy Oakley comments "once more we< felt the onrush ol the city's Latlnlty, its European this debate all Ihe&e newspapei %  will technically be OOnunltUng. a breach of privilege. If my motnm is lost I shall ask to leave the House," Mr Mlslck said. Mr. Misick's amendment wan llieri put. Only Mr. Smiih and Mr. Mtoick supported H Mr. Mlsick then left the bar of the House. With only Mr. Smith obj^cling. the report of the select committee ,iiid the message of the Legislative Council b. Kground, its American foregi und. wave after wave of emo-' tsonal contact, as tangible as those' that al first impact, had seeme.I i about to engulf our sea-landing plane" This kind of gu>h i. BOra dtsturblJb to a BnlUh readei than the occasional American spelling of words like for Veoftar. If Amy Oakley could have travelled with less mteiot Hi "souls going out to meet her" she might perhaps have uiven %  belter account of the West Indies und certainly of Barbados but' nwybt Ihe book might have then be, ma leas readable than it is. Th. Barbados l*ublicit v t'oinmiitec uitht not however to let the! ma'ier drop there. They should at I once send a complimentary copv of ihe Advocate Year Beak 1131 to Amy Oakley, e o Longman. %  l l Co. Inc. 55 Fifth Avanuc New York who have publih-d "Behold Ihe West ladle-' by Amy and Thornton OaMct (Price $4.00). f STOF FAIN ^ QUICKLY VBtA Phasic... EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say 'NO' to All These Questions? Da yea soaar tnm BACKACME? RHH-MATISM! M FFPl J.WSKSS* HMHAi Ml S' ins(i| INFHl.l' T(K) IREQtiEM URINATION? If TMIMM M-VES"I Barbados gets better publicly i -UJlir,iZ VE %  'T\ i raj frutn The Man who died. ££*£? 'fUdS? , OufllM tip iSaorga M,,ffi S &*Rt ,1 ', The lamous dindbld icbon PAIN SOOl HES1 RVI S No nmui bo i hmffrm EN ariDbru comiort. quickr r th. I'HENSIC tablea neither harm ihe hcju ". DOB*1 sijbiutuicv Keep g nippl MOU 1 Dodd's Kidney Pills ^1N0THC> DEHlRKABIl IHIkC | i ABOUT WHITE ANIS . \ A ,., m i,.„ m „ ^J %  ront.ln K.. %  ^\ M .nd Wo,l.r.-. ..npl.,. jf t. n.B.*l..l t tv %  ,1 i irganiuilon bent on rapid destruction of every sort of timber. Besafe—rvmrmb. r HfOm ru.'t' 1 Knopf New York at ftJO)"" 'XnlTJZ^X^vZEL Thf Advocate kj mentioned, the ..^...Z Tl .. T7!=... .. %  night club and .to W>\VZZTSfc'S?Zttto£ pr.elors are referred to by name. *,*, M. *, ,.|. „.,. ^, ,„ ^, the Crane Hotel and a lot of other _J. ,„, U lU.. BMIU .1 io aj. j %  R come into the slory. There 1 is t..lk of oil and Ihe author shows himself huniUar trltt Barbadian eustoms mid backgiLiuiiil' | It I ir tg asglj told an.i.oi.i tba •UaoUoo as surely as it WOUld bavg odna had Honolulu basa dioaat. ag the scene of action instead of Barbados. If poop %  in fad are half as interD leading about themselves as Ihc publishers <>f newspapers n> big The Mu Who Died Tieiie will be the > ear's be I seller nt UUa is a small slip that can be rectified : Tun TABLETS 8 i I lilt Hilltf FROM aSBMUTM MM ItSt, NFKVF P*IM. Uimu sn Los a -^\wJ / ATLAS-A UNIVIRIAL-Dip or bruih lor poitilve pretMtlon afiinii WhM Ai Rot and Fun(i Paim or polnh o.er tnaied wood. No odour. No ECONOMICAL—High), When diluted lo. UN goei lurther and coin Ian PIRMANINT < Combine •rith IK* f.b.rv tooflient the limber and ma**! it fre -coiUnf. I B Co Agroii Wili..non Ha.nei Bridgetown. Barbadot Fer setmartinl pioitu*!Sla:iatics and information pP"ar for Bermuda, Bahamas all the British. French. Duleh. and CaHbbaan territories, while Cuba. Haiti, San Domingo (" % %  liiiiibia. Venezuela. (Ju-.tfinala El Salv.doi. Honduras, moan i %  • %  t.i iin .i Panaau < !anal %  Rapubu of I'anama are .1 o included. There are sections on Canadian •iade, United Stales TlMi Mid -:i I'i'.h Trade „ < hapter on communication! and a (Ja/etter and IMMX. There is an excellent map. If the slie of Ihe Year HOOK iBCraaaai us more and more %  taUstlOB are published by Caribin HiTltanag, the Year Book inil'lnhers might have seriously in consider publishing in two v.ihimes, half-yearly, or produce %  apatata volumes for senarate territories. Meanwhile the usei .Iness of the Year Book grows with its size. GEORGE IIUNTE AWAY NASTY COUGHS COLDS LIKE MAGIC %  ITI HIGHLY MEDICATED BUCKLEY'S WRITE III ** %  .* y.g*. "";**"* 5 No oth.r RUB hat lhM kry of klddl.t (old* M mvth Jt i.... .... n^u., W.J nut &f Important Features IWO-WAY MOM k-.i., H.I.. vreti 2 1 3 IMIW WMis rovm-n IUNUV k*4M btMl *p . 4 •• *e*d ww IMI .u she %  Htdaal .1...,. astto ai sistes. TIIPU1 YOOt MONRY BACK 3hm ISIIKVX RESISTS THE WEATHER i loudhwrsts, scorching; sunshine, exposure to all the winds tliai hlow—they make no difference to a roof painted with Laatikon lor galvanised, asbestos or shingled roofs Laatikon is ideal j it never fades, cracks or peels off. Economical and long-lasting 1 .asiikcn is available in various colours—ask your dealer about it. LASTIKON MADE BY BER6ER PAINTS GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.-Agents lairc-st finish fur n.ilur.il love!) Il >.i u>tafraal fUtttry of Y.rdl., ( %  Huh|| |',, u ,lr,. Manliyourc.i,^,>kintonrfrointj". ,rT %  ;; %  !ra! • • "' %  •<"<< *' %  >< '•> % %  • l.a.1..' •'...:; %  %  %  .. Brit* -Bar. FLY BOk BRITISH O V K It s i III Al 1>7!I ',_.



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pxr.r mm 111 \ SUNDAY ADVOCATR CLASSIFIED ADS. TEIEPHONE 250. ftl IIIJM SAIIvS UAL Far lit.tr... IJTW %  n a* fa7 mw~t MIVM FOR s.xi.r. -I MiW. JANfARV 27 I3M FOR SALE HOUSES AUTOMOTIVE •trawtng %  %  lied Ml*. kitchen r.ge. telf-contalned of DI tan w nai i M.U.I MI \ r The • %  %  ... -^ I %  lr, mi i) ) | 'I Kl E CLARKE I .1 Mil tTI Mr. Albertlrui Ue.hlll le.ide. Friend, ere —•. %  %  %  %  .broth %  tin \.n>0 1 %  %  i %  MAUDI , IBM \. nduien N W Creab.. 4to* Udee. i.;...... Hi-. •. I i ia*T U H.P van .—' " m*(Hl*nl I Apply to L M 1.1-^id. ..r KiaRtM.. %  %  H -<' %  "•• : u\|:-.l:I M %  nun: ME iir-.%  •. rtAbe* Bedroo m Miiiiw Not Be Wler" it 11 i: INI (, I Bungalu. Ideal I .. Wf>KT1ILM. rcnrrvon MII.I. T lAwmtCT' MAXWELL. MAX*UX COABT. MLLI| A4Je*TB I r rOKTAlUUJ HltlfiHTON RT.'daw ;!. and ELHEWHEKE aevcral New 1" %  tone CB"III'' "' (Wiirn and putlding Rile, including %  %  • .Idc and Paring ea •Hh Hlght-ot-wav. K. WHITE I'ARK-S rtedfooen Partly UIWUIAY ar Ei.gaa end i %  tmNnM. Mii Mtn. "••• TlllHI -*•'WHAT WS VOi: a*V* IRRrBCTtoN*THE M.KASUR*. i> MIKE' Call -I nnv, Hough BBBBBRMga. H\ .K\si.. (I the Wilt J.i" %  I h" n1.... iil A*r I RAW). Rei k H..II. Ai.iw> nal will take |.l, ifi; Meeting Room. Pelrrhl ELEUTRltAI. lUECHKlEKATUHH. I : tl. In..(.urn hate I'll* • %  .1 MROMAN *. TAVU** Ph. d Ml Sl-ftn Mabel Burton %  PC T I U THANKS IN MEMOKIAM 'il.l(.l.*l"lAiuillift ahlprnent MHE Refrtgeiaim-. ha. luet %  .ii al K. R Hunte *> Co ,td. Lower Broad Mrxt for Ce.h < in Tm>. Dial 4-.ll or HOT 13 1 SI >i 0 W I W Betton 111 Itwah Co.. Tudor e Mil Re.l.M FURNITURE am and t H %  1 fitting. our horn* A. MMI al Co. Ill* l.i.1 f 1 Ralph llr.i< |ajdj| I .if.aaBJgal COFFIN i moibrr and araii.Hr: PIN wlio dfpanad jath. I' TlU n PVIIi.,""WVlTr^l klarva. Aixlrry, Onf and G*r* IT I H in OUMJUlfi I ...... iMlovad motltof l-AI'BA CUMWK* who dMd U-.Two yaar i\f pa % %  day When %  >• %  lavad wai • %  Had ajnr Bill III "U< llMHl-*• '"*• '"' *"" L^ (1 icblldrafll <'"..in^ itom %  )IIM W-. Mad %  .parrt. Crfar I Hid up. Iltarl Uprohi rIBV* rm. Sl Arm Chi' Dral Kilchr-n Tablafr ... %  "!. ITM boardi from .r TUnin* Table. IK .^.1 H MUBKI' rm ib<' itland ir. untl Smith-, ran.il %  ITIM In I'OLLTRY ID Haappahlta uitd hir-i 1'ivmoulta Bavk ptili.i. iai-trd a i Naicklim r,, N rM *•" n" 1 RraMa Oap. Rlwk BacK JB I Bt-I %  AROAIW Al %  ..., Pivmlan and Rfldi ldltK.1.. „ Undar m TT Itiiliri-" I'iriiiiaaa -HI. a Lara* *I.IS. WorkaH.p. ill lllon. Idaal (ar V .r.t. Can Vla*d Um pm Unda< iluN Can Buy It—Plui Appraimad V-li -< Idwd. laPPER -.M..'f. ( ..rtvrf.lrt.rrt ('Pad Cni-I J.1P0 M It ti-vind Raw %  •. Cortlact %  linda IT" WaJ llouaa iiliulrd Rt %  bov* lha Oeapal IK u.r rooma. dlninc ba< and alarlrtr. •tfeRRlRa, O CB I.IVKSTiMK who Wtl • U to ba "lor t-ri " lh lurtd" Jan th 1*>I tftvanui*' iTTlBI H I Ii" %  )*• %  'towd UP-* h TlwVw Wd HM M M - %  "- And iltr WkOM hea" I!" n "'* v : ;..W. II. I <)/*'• %  ||> I MM l.M h* I 1-l'ftprjrrVAllracti •U-ii'Mnd Villa Ifcarn. a ajpraa wiwt m*f iva atona IxilMknd MM aq faat. I IroM Errol lluou. rti Winda. rixina •!•• I M—In. mumiiiaW Mm Ml. RKrfM ] iiindrrri m-illli: BAKBAliOS MITIAL LIFK ASM RAN tt SOCItTY i.. %  SSBUSyWB m. mn >"• '" ""JJ'^Tj Si,;„ J~ "SB!" J5S*. p| Rptll*"irnl ..IT uuiia._ _—. i daaM.il.l* nawii.l-mrWiiiiil iknul %  %  %  %  I f't' T\hi.n dapHlad i he ajal 'I.-.* and Alfred DotUH .uncla.' ._U>; Pila Itonraa, H-mual add Ddnla MIS< ri.I.ANKOUS ANTQUUI — Of vry daarrlptlw i. i r .... I Jrrl>. hnc Rllvt Uui-rcoloura. Early book.. Map*. Aulo%  I Corrlnnoa Anliqua Bnop %  -.: %  inlnl Koyal Yarbt Club a LP sii > in I'IIUBHUB a> AU> A >lii|> . ..f Iti. i-.|.,.l.r 1 ARWAX I1JAN %  I.lill u-i amvad loo* llkr na* after >aiina I.AIIWAX .rlv inarvallou. Dial JM. Courtoay DaaajR MIM RM Mepa Irom l—*> Ii al I lined, rirawlnri i I.I in>e>l -ilH Jllaw l^vuua— Tnraa nnf I nraoind. 'I •*• ruoma. Nuah loilet and P.nh. with bou^ In bark .landing on .4*D MJI MRTtftvlllr—Thre (Ml dltiow*a. i land .niaricr.. BHHIB Bal t MaaabM DUltden* all*. ... i.imM ".'•* -!'•"• toH of und -ai-tod In Naw U'rdrn.. On b.iildlnd I in IMRRM ii.ui. i-.n,umum i.i Miii-r fart. And many olRdr .mail ,, IV r.tia*. and k-vaaa. rr inl-rm-l.on Hill rJSoLVED thai CRHRB I %  •• I I \Pr D.-—I lol• L,b>1ili"l b"''>' I. adjaj 0 J ^"rp ~"-nd'r;''policy "o7" pnh.-d •U.W" Canadian National Steamships -HI i"I'm %  -CANADIAN rBUIBJEBIADY RKX1NRYIJkDT NVLRUN" CAMAD1AN CRUIBJER" % %  .. J-i.v .. :s "Vby. .. r r>-ty u ktareh Bait* Vrrl... Hail. bartaa Bafbadar Harbad" ft T*b,. 1 r*y 1 Raffty. M Febv IJ*J Rf Feby. • March in "n-th any dlrecl •MM red a BfajrtdM LADY NBUauN CAW. CRUISER' %  UAOT IRinNETl^kpY NEI-SOR" %  CAM. CRUIRBR" 8i, u TRtr. ir-b "ISS-a r I.. 11 rVby —%  %  ?' %  M ;;; i, '.. * •<"* LL aH>rcn 1ft Mar-h 3 April April ft April 7 RfBH U Api II j.1 ahall ba Uken m rrtln nl if ftM.fdB<-i n „l eajalinK '.r %  apoa A uli%  BOv" |lfc\LTV COMM1SBION Marnill Slraal. Dial SHI. %  ...am. aa .. II %  per ... wn. n .1 • < Hi r fHTl. Tudo. W.Wfi:i. UEI.I sT.Mn:"Arurr. I ii., and in I T Oe.ldr. Ur.nl l.i.l I'cndant Hind BUlfftaai: %  Mi ,; RVAJH Ml l %  -. KIRJ'ALAHI HALE NOTICE a URfftll Iliad will "far for .ale heir oeTk*. No If. HUM llruUatown. on Tairtl.r be ; ,.f iMUf. Iftfta, aft 1 pm. In.latrabU i.uililiiuj kil o| land totilalnind n.tfti %  uan fart or UtarMftrtlla all-ale on i^p ol Bendarvou.. Hill Ivuul 1. „l and adlarenl b Walk lire l aaldaofi Mill The 'He l> in -nm.i !" %  ..( lha Ooll Club and command, a 'T& i &mFv*m*n .fswRW-Bi '' "** ToTTLE. CAT1UHD a. Cft.. %  utlillin %  i* Wn. Im-oine Tax Notic POnCf 1H IIEREB IrMome Tax rftfturna ar< Irtjrf m..rrled man w liaMM per annum or i For ftutbrt raftTBaHBRBl •PR**' '* GARDBiER AUSTIN CO.. LTD.-A*eM. REAL ESTATE JOHN Si. BL4UON i> CO. in., a r.v.A. %  RnM "i MORBWRR FOR SALE %  AT. nwklrr N^. I Mcoa.Sham^CP..' ,. aa |. WRIT 1MD1AN A1HWAV Rtoad I HH1TIM1 HISCELLAN1 0U8 %  %  ,.,nr ol 11.1h-.k lo, "W pie— ftMRBVi Advocate A-tv.it. %  „,,., :..-' M %  %  family I rhiid arnool ftda; .'. I.. ,'i..'i Valtaaa, attacba ra.ea. ..tint rtoubla lcH*. A IIAHNES A, CO.. I.TD .1 K.4I. %  celienI equlpnwr rd Coal rnwoo now lltcka. Tclr-phnne I ii.r rrlXODUNTTablrta nuik. i rr'ir.liii.k RRRlllrWMal an lm lia-l breath. M* tt> a boll I ftftanalva P'i.e ; I* KNiatrrs I.TI I 1 t f n The un.leiiiied will offer for aate "I No II. Hlah Streel. Rr.dae%  WR. on Friday the I.I Frbiaary. 1HI. .1 1 JO pm. the dwrlllnfthouic called Fl.l.EHSLIE" wllh Hie land thereto I adJoi || .. %  II. n laltdl drjwn.iaftra, drawtna and diniru IT... braakfaat roam, iwn bxtioom. It and bath and up-lalr. ) bed m.. Electric lldht. companya waiei I aa. turned In. n.pecllon any day belween the houti I p m. and 3 p.m. on application ol or furlher paruculan and condition •ale aiiply tot— COITLR, CATPOKD A Co. tcMaitofl a income Ui P- over and from componieB .corporatod or unln.rpor"i* iie t* !" me Tft U DaparUnenl AFTER T1U5 1ST DAV Or JANUABY. ! %  nnd ihe ,„„>, dill, filled "> murft be dellvarftdi tn RM on or bclorft Ihe f..llo-nnfl %  ".'"ftB.^yS peraon. who~ bort!Zre clo^^rrthMM day 1 Dacember. Ifftl. on or brloea tbr Sl.t d-y of March. It* ______ Rnu.n. ol peiaon. whoae pernctoftl place nl buameaa U not .ituato_l.i the tiland on or before ihe aft* da* of June. lfM. Raliitni c.' • other perron-, or* or before the Jin da# of January. MJ, D OBBORNE. Ciimmlaalonec of tncoflto Ta and Drain Duttea lARi -Any perann falllnR lo nwko la. ithm ihe di NBW YORK HF.RVK'I f I'.Hl thrauape u l. The p:ovhtM with % %  aahbaalna haye u lane b.unar. vaawndali lui I MA IRA [>.. liv ..ml iii-i-n | prop. rt. ray Ranked lv> mahaaany kltct'ii pei.trv -id lara.. Mill HI An Bali M.ii. I'.T taoni riitldlnJa The houae iund on ,.ii,r... t aaraa ol ''! umbered and .inalaan>. .|.|>toaChed by B tno advanlMe of bains well elevaiad nnd cool, wllh fine viewe on I ,.t la l. than a mlk* uaay and town ft raltoa. ii vnovi ii %  \ RRRaHWJI NEW OBLEANR SEatTICT IMh Januar*— ..-'* Rachadoa ll*t Jar.uai :ioin January—ai'ivaa Barbndoa 14th Fabmar. %  M an Barbauoa Hth Febiuarv. 1W CANADIAN BaTBVMJfa l fine C10O and not lara U will be proaecuted aalii(actor> reaaon 1 11 i WaNRLOW CATTIJE WARM. ruiiv Barnathad. Htandina ox road] a| kaad, RW Ii %  he .I RVonahope Pu.nl AUCTION UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER HRANKrK. TROTMAN A CO ntsa ii< RADIO NEWS How iona %  IO Ihe .lent I. naajart your radio and del away with It any mara IhaR let the radki denliil look II over t..d... Maybe It. only a fUHnR .( | f— I ilranlna, i „ aine that e baVft I. %  Ml leave a ^1 OpMRU nornei. ItwN >• no charae. or %  Ol'TllHOIMl Maaae af Mup "ALCOA l't nUTAM "ALCOA I'luNEEK "AIA-OA n^NTFJl A (fTFjUltFJl A WTKAUER A Quartan, fiarnaon. hi. F\irmlorr re Tip-Top Dlnlna Table. Uprlftil Ira. %  Idaboard. Morn. Rtilte 1 An ira and Rellee wllh Cuahlana; Itald ILook-.aar. Deak-chair, Couch MMM Table* all In Mahoftan> Cbrd Table. Picture' Top Deaka. Jak.u-ie RcTeeiia. Ruth in tfpholi Couch. Bciblce Chair: .. Wara\ Wine Cooler.. Cnliaina k. DH'ner and Tea Rerv^e.: Eterni. na.. Double Becl'trad with Bprtna Ifcmloplllu Maltrraa: ftinftle aaMaftaad S|-rtrid and Hal. Mallrra*. Unen Prraa all In Mahoanriy! Double Iron Kedatoad. Bprlna and MaUraeac: Paid In* • CH Cot. White Kreaama Table with Ptrw combined. Nrw Jon.. Machine. Pooh". Ice It... l-irdei. JbM and Ulanll. ..nd other., I ja ,.. 1 iir. \M-i.K TROTMAN CO Jt I r,3 i. 1 j: HOT WATER ON ^ J TAP for YOUR BATH I ;• X -ra-Yoi 111. MMI RADIO ill I Ml' %  Tl ROEBUCK STREET Nr Moravian Church J. R. aULRTONE, These veeaeli have limited | RORCmT TflOM l-TD. — NW TOBK Al QV1* ttERVICI APFLYe—OA COSTA • CO.. CTI> —CAN AM AN SERVICE .-*>>0 r> 0 a e X r-^, CeJaR :^',->aavO',C',-^'. : ',', -, ', % ', :'. :*>: '•*'.'* %  % %  \ FOR SAI.I; %',*,-,-.-,--•>•',*•€i\RLDIEM" a two stoaayyed dw. lluiadMHiae> landing on I0.T70 s-iuaro feel of land on tho iiicumpRraW* St. Lawrence Coast. Bxrcltcnt -e---e'-'e*a 'ee*e*ram*'i*>'*'-' .'*--'--. ;*?.'*: %  >•.'.'.:: %  *' %  badroaaaa. lar \ M .. Coaat A baaottlul pmp.i bodyiriR the nnret pre-war workfiMiiidiip. Well deeMtned for aaay ni.n .na with 1 n-ceyUen. 4 bedI randah. kitchen, pantry, garadja. ayataieonai etc. Tha land vajrtabli orchard and roeonul pay* r*re walled aarden nav be raid arparatoa/ aa building Htc. %  Rl S.IAt.O* Rorkley—A Very roeafortabla curapect hunaalnw in good residential area on main road. Accommodation %  • fn>ni rovrrrd verandah. draalng room, breakfarl room. 3 1—1 mean i*. kitchen. pa'-i*. rnutrtora Plemanl garden and a good >jrd %  : MOIIIRN Rl'MIAI.OW. araeme Hall Terraaa—aHone c-iat ruction wllh parapet r— i haa Ihe advantage af a corn.r BOM and a vary fine view aeaward* aa ".in wardmbe*. Lame touaae I—, with 1 verandah* i applied wilh tilted niai. %  LINMRT". U.inlpn Oap. n#. A modern, mealy planned coral atone bunRatow wilh r.>f. Select reeldrnlUI ana. Ideal lor quick arcera lo RBvaDaaN %  Mug from aandy baach -i.nt. aleo at the i Kockley Beach whi.h %  A i-ominodiou. lounge/ ""• depth of the hotaae opening onto a pleaaanl c.ivrrrd porch. There .ire 3 pleaaa.il bedroom*, nudern compact kIWhrn. aarvanta 1 quarternnd %  •**. Ona of the more attractive .mail houaea very eaay niRRVM". Worthing. Modem inaatow In piaaaant realdentlal area. Acvwrimodatlon comprUealnungr, danng-roarn. Uuce bedroom* wilh running water, bath i a iter ..i>d --larn kitchl-uid It over '. acre all and there are many fruit bu.lt t_i..icr FLASH-CALUN6 ALL IADY SHOPPERS SILK 73c. NOW 5T 5c. [ WORKS, BAV smirr. %  ^.:;;::::% % % % % % %  .:;:;v,--\ Flowered Corded POPI.IN @> Sl.76 NOW & 11.00 Crepe Bark SATIN 11.74 NOW | si.st WE NOW OFFER YOU SWEEPING REDUCTIONS ON THE FOLLOWING V LINES STARTING TODAY. SATURDAY 26TH GEORGE SAHELY & CO., LTD. 19 SWAN Eft FLOWERED SPUN i 95c. NOW @ § 80c. rni m-h lie acaaa. Cool poaittmi and •BBBdt beach < %  '.: %  mndntion with 1 larae rerefrtion rooma, orRre. kitchen and ft good bedroom* and garage. Enquiries invited III M.MoM Maxwell Coaat A wall bm J bedrooma. l kilanwn. ("'•-. aervant. quartora. A pleaaanUv k aled pr.iaalr al a very cornpetiave figure. flftAH*IIJ4 Plml BallHoomv S etoreohouea with gallarlea. living and daMPJ rooma. pantry and atoreroorrui: garage and large .-u-bullgmg. Orounda are about %  of an acre ith fr.ul ireee and paature, alar, %  ontalna good building plot oi %  i. lit it Rut -r DTI M "Utt; TAFFETA PLAIDS $LU NOW a $1.18 ETC. ETC. ETC. ;v/.'//,v.v,'''.v////,'/.',v/,r-v/.w/-v/,'// >'.',',',', rtM %  „.,t.i: | badrt "BaBMERRTDI 1 wttii .hiagle r ne-l Wllh aide verandahi al front m '-ed gaUartra. ,: %  J double bedrootni. kitchen and raiirv. 1 irnarf rooma. guage Tha land la oajnplrtrly encluacd and there It direct :the fci wilh good bathmg. -ll.MllKUU. Cuiloden Bd. 4pecinut f-aiorey atone houae ... i with lype ol ratals teen to-day Aerommodilton c.imprleee encloaad %  allrrlea. I reaaptloo. dining room. B bedraataa. kllciven. pantry. eloreroom* (araga ate. Well reconunended at the graatly reduced a -.had. BriiB-. Carrtoan— TaK proparlv IIdeally attualed tor nv-ei peapie in ihu avar popular dleUirl. "HBmernede", whllit not le private and IU I be overlooked, a with mudam bnuen Thu bu.'galow an erected about lft* a i. oonauuetad of .i 1 . %  >.! ch> roof. There i verandah. living taonv. 4 I—ilmorc* krtrnevi, arrvanta' double gance etc Land ..bout 1.4H M ft. I toi-el %  oui-bulldlng. Oood arable land over one acre. aU amloeed with %  market gardening or chicken rim. Lo* figure oeked. RENTALS ..id ...n.tn i MOB was recently caarertad Into 4 tparioui inaurv flato awed with all Modem inavriiiet'ea*. There are B acre* eurraandmg the houae Uld out anth lawn., arirubberlee and gardaei. Tha iag tt ...ipl.MiCli .. ri:n.l..l b| Tl**'lf n.abogaany ttftaa IFNAMAW". Wildey Mudam i bedroomed b'.mgalow nicely lur. on Maaa .I* pp ia r ^ga. stntcix inf..i v Coaat I'llealurnlabed %  ..n. laaaw H fro* lath II \i l -l \ i l ML';'ii IONESU aaal Mtfl vi)K< THE FIRM WITH THE HEl'UTATlOV PLANTATIONS Bl ILIUM.S — Phone MM



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r wmPAi M .1 uti ;;. IM -1 NDAl MiViM in PAGI I n il I \ IIAHISADOS TURF CLUB WIIMHIi OFFICIAL (1 ASSI.H \T!ON SPRINt. Ml I-TING 1952 %  I %  mpanv B. I. BltMStr+ak Daiimr* PI) in* Dragon Fu*. Budfri landmark KiUunltf* •(.in. Wa\ Mala Slaint* Sunny Qunc ft f. tVU* Surpw-r femlMi Kinit So %  PaapM Wine |pj tta Sprar (liit* itoUruir, FYcncti Oaluhial Potent M-bouy.. Mlglc i. Mitt Putin Red Coat *Hrf( Arab Tt M Th* Thin* Ttl-B.an Lad; Tnmbroo* D. 1 A.. D.i %  Bright Light Cm i' %  Mn-\ Ann D. Croaa lt*d> F. i 'c 1"i-ii.'.vi bbnei Dunear F.picuri rbuUMl linl virti : foxglove Hill run./ Hi-Lo Joint Cnmard JrtW Ml'.ler Laalys Man LOTC Nta' March Wind* May DaMlmclo Mount batten Mv Lav. II Obetun FVr**ver8nc** Karablei H.w jottni I LASH NEWW FACTORY OWNERS AND CONTRACTORS e now in a position lo mppl frith your Requirements of GALVANISED FIFE FOR COMFORT RIDE A HOPPER BICYCLE THE BARBADOS FOINDKY III! Whitepark Road Sunbaw I %  WatrrboU O. I. Iton Hut IMsam lllut* Diamond BBM (Iraa* Dun l>rury Lane Gavuttr His Worship Jint by Chance II HeMpon RaawMr si. Altars H lit %  Vigilant G. 1Bumbcr Boy Cottage Flying Ann Fiiv.dHv Front Hopper Gallant Hawk mga*| Raj Hail ma Sea Bequest Sun .lewei Twinkle ValNkn Will .i Zuteika SuiiH-ci io riiiiuiie HI tiiiga/Cfal <>r mt M>aaj taking PTt in anv M-etmg prior \(lie Barlnrtx* Spring Mretlnu, IB*? C, A I.FWIS S. notary. '-' J I nVT, IBM. 0, 1. I 1 1 tpoilo Bo I1.-1U Dashing Prinreav ('.Jlelun I Dun.n.. F.iii Sallv : 1 her Ilitfh and Low \ jnguji.i Article F. 1. Red Velvet %  %  si Korfa Cavalier Roekei hop Ml | Krun-Uh Will ff iho Wl O ? r. i. Abu-All Alamcin Urn UrnApril'*. !>i< M -j-unda \ i i 1 %  Wi he Apronutk RIM Wail* IWniquet .i "inI apnee ''.irffiil Annie Cardinal ramie in the An Champagne II %  arlium Jane ( tiiitnr\ Devil' s. I'leini • >mhti< firtfowthney New Exciting Values! Bargain Homo Weekly Bulletin ol Buys. 1. KHAKI SHIRTS Short and Long Sleeves $3.25 up 2. DUNGAREE Suitable to stand hard wear $1.38 yd. 3. WORKING SHIRTS Biq Stock to choose from 2 lor $5.00 4. COLOURED DRILL Reduced Irom $1.18 lor your use $ 1.08 now 5 NEW AMERICAN B.V.D.'s $1.20 Other Styles SOc. 6. WHIRLWIND SHIRTS—Reduced Now 7. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS $ 2.95 up 8. BOYS' DRESS 4 SPORT SHIRTS $2.46 & up 9 BOYS' VEST SHIRTS 65c. .. SCHOOL CAPS 41c. • A Big Selection ol Hosiery. Pyjamas. Neck Ties, Kerchiels, Vests. Shoes and Hals THE BARGAIN HOUSE .. SWAN "TRRET -:I'HOVI: VIK S. ALTMAN — Proprietor Rauttint from V lo 3 Borr ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF FITTINGS m I %  ry Vi a Visll To-day and Grl Your* | BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. (THE HOUSE FOR BARGAINS) > No. 16. Swan Snit 'Phonr 2109, 44IIK. or 35M ^ Hercules I The fa** *' c y c/ X Bui* To-**/ New Shipment OF SPORTS MODELS AND GENTS' r ROADSTER WITH 3-SPEED Jusl Kffeived CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Street PHQNES: 4200. 4235, 4702 GALVANIZED pins I 11 I IX4.S PIPES: |" — 1" — 1" — U" — 2" FITTINGS : Elbows — Tees — Unions CITY GARAGE VICTORIA STREET. Cane Carts 5 Ton Capacity very strongly constructed 10 50 1100*20 12 ply Heavy Duty Rear TyreB 7.5015 Front Tyres Jeeps Genuine Jeeps I Four Wheel Drive! See us lor these before they all go. It is very doubtful if we can get further supplies. 4 OLE A I O.. LTD. MAKE THIS YOUR HARDWARE CENTRE WITH l FULL sroih or HARDWARE. GLASSWARE. ENAMELWARE. ELECTRICAL GOODS & HOUSEHOLD REQUIREMENTS • IOIHIMHS slllllil i:\4t:iu:vi VAME* l%.\\* l XIIKIM. \ \ t m mm Make Shopping a Pleasure at GENER AL HARDWARE SUPPLIES RICh.tr I 3TREE1 lOppo.itc Pot Orffice) PHONE 4918



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r I'M.I -l\TI!'\ SVN1MY ADVOCATF I V IKS o\ HJKASI m: nrm General Ration's Widow On Yacbl — When i'nd If" Bj II O. HUSBANDS %  of that uilrepid Italian navigator in the I n Cabot wh> during the reiifn of Henry Yll aj the Northwest Passage to | %  thli Iff | k It was aboard the sleek white-painted ptoMUP Uhr I ii MUM "'at 1 called on the Hon. Thomas D. Cabot, a resigned American official who i inherited a passion for lb Thorn., tk ng a planned a world crular m Ma Ui that wi would done M. woe not ihenolil WheatprlvUaaad to rruleo tha e*Md In patla >acht Hit Patton is now 'HI Captain Rosr .1: Mhea lad If cnw. %  ItfH 22 loot and who keep In tollcll with of %  %  I I 'i HI M pad ami a beam of Mthough moat of the %  Hi an auxiliary oka for the engine. Ughting tad cookinn 1-. US Government during the done by elect ncii> onal Security Affairs. Everywhere — on deck, la la* irl room, the small kit. I 1 his post to Mr. bunks and even in the cngino v.1 aptck and span. -tuning and the tTOOd I' 'his The Itinerary 1 -pent 6\ Hi]lin ThofBM C||bo t and the two paid of Ihc inworld, on Noyandm 10 DM .ailed at World Srrurity Bermuda, Virgin Islands. Do II hi not hat Amortee wants iniea, Marl m Lucia : %  • %  where she win joined bj Mrhe exp! ; onl I ittoa, Mi*. Cabot and Mr 1 m secure themWheat arrived nt luiBt Vincent, On I %  %  %  enada (whan u 1 j billion U.5. dollars this gueel 1 LUl Rooerl Arundeill %  ., I'-, %  '... 1 who 1 throe .< brothaf u. Mrs. Potion, 1 i s dollars. td to lly from boston to ..dt-nt Of lOtathl party laterin the cruise Awards W %  < .,,: %  passengers have missed id Mnen sad If will be a Hoepita] 'hi I a |:...badoa in a few , nrt ,. i \a rs tl Unique and expect* to eaU at i n w .,,., ,.. largest p.d various Dutch "* Trthaw. whose watch". wen %  arixm bl llld pinIslands. Thomae Cabot toU.me A group Ot men wen employed .££,„"jRn ,,, drivers', ha\ Ready for -bore an (left to right) Mr Thomas Cain ftteveii WasaUaiid who arrived here on Thursday from Tol.n, Mr* Patton !• in her mid mxue* but get* aroand tka yacht as 1 MrCabot and Mrs yacht "When and If". SpfifshlHUm n Hmi ml up Man Dies After Head Was Crushed EVANS EDWARDS, Sth-vendor, oi Man Sptlghtetown, died at the General Hoopltel ihortly after noon %  • 1 n houn after inhad ins h ead eniahad to < challenor'a bond at Speii;!. %  watei %  logged woodan raft which would wemh batwacn (Out and five Ii ra M was exactly: W yeas i old y< %  ll.li.C. KADIO PROGRAMMES Nurse Chosen Ror >|M't-ia! OofJrM Nurse. Qei %  elected to ui. 1 oi Diseases ( n Medical %  %  bout three months u5 s ~^* I I rutieura V/ SOAP The-Truth in Your Horoscope Ho is pleased about his CHAUFFEUR A V We have them In all (jj 0 Zi sizes Each a. only •• l ii i: L ii a: r Khaki and Plain White All sizes. £a. $ 10.80 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Lid tii.. ^ ri thai be OOt Perhaps this was wn the resurof France bv the Allies. He died pent .iplrlt of John Cabot. In HMfi at the age of 81 after a Jeep m i many V of Umbei propi I ivtts. %  Ihe ol .1 ei • Mu emu In the U s A m continu% %  %  • And nin When and It in which ti %  aroonol i . -one fai |ed aa a with s. ( uaresails. When ..nd II t mil in 1938 foi Major General Patton by P andat%  %  "Goof" Fined 30 Shilling For Loitering Bystanders said that the raft skidded out and falling, caught Edwardl against U Tinnfl % %  repair sehuonvrs ai Ihe 8petahta> town moorings, had been I ashore and lifted i bj cram \ trolley took II to the wharf UnCl where Edwards met with the fatal acefdi This week the NiiinU'ir, of the Spelghtstown Bon' Club were %  pon%  OrOd bv the Pollt-i I)pai'.iui'iil .1 Spalghmowi] Pouoe Poat fm I film Take M. To The Hall QaDM" where 009 • II p m The Dally i i p m Now it can ba Told. p *ll.ii. nj up. 7 p m 11 %  i Hm— m nm HN usnir t %  .,l andTsia. laipm ,-n. hockey, football. i_ugby and ViMlK ,„„ hl > „„„ s „ I Thins.. < ii. ii,. 11 Huteon aUai "Goof of A post nu Bay Land. St. Michael, was lined hel %  aln| bj 1" .' A 30/in U days or in defUalt one Browne the month's imprisoiunent with hard F.'lrfleld Factory. St. Lucy labour by His Worship Mr. G. B. started grinding her I9S2 '"s Griffith who found him guilty of Frldaj With Haymani Factor) lign of John O. Alden. loitering in the private yard of St. Peter, starting off on Monday ful when Gwendolyn Rowe at Taylor's Gap. the three tupr factorles^of MHine — sailing hence Ma, kith th. • luring. Patton had "ill %  n begin grindEiiropaan or .•' uththcfoolbal. N^.. ^"o n The %  Ting thi. %  .. i | IfMBI. ddr and OlM Ol ,.,,,. .11 l'..l, .Mil. mo-.i -ai-IW 1-^ A.I*.Wle-l * • t>.A anW I t BOII-h l>naUi o.de. lor .uiu-iy. isasnvsHuato an4 "•' inlereMlna iileraluf*. You lll ird al U>a rmari"i'> || Mu iUWin.nU n*"il .i>U and Twui now >1bl> ofl." I -ABQOOE. 'Dai" I3-1>' I;PP.'' n,m*.v as. h-aw. PMtsca Ii a, nils ami H inntotcr Land. St. Michael, with F* "d St. Lucy Intent to tonimit a felon. \\< w " ,ne rM E. W. Barrow foi the defendant inR One witness for the prosecution Messrs PlantationLtd U I il he saw Hutson in the Measn H A Q Challenor Co., %  Clwoiiilolyn Howe uultc i.i,l. sugar ihlppari Ol -, near to her sheep pen. He Knew town, on Kitting their %  •• the dafeadsuii boua Mr. Barrowin his address sub the produ mitted that Uie witnesses of the Warehouses are at SpetO) I prosecilti.'ii .oulil nor be relied on. S^x Men's an.) Shit The identity was not estibllslird and ._ _,. _..-.i,,,,-., „* U*N •< H ,, pn^SSS c,b,h jU5 ^ pnl .„ „ nlcd. The^^ .1 Ihm Ur wan „, h „, d J70 i on of siitai nod u> ;v"rn"";"'.""i':,',"„ L"' """ on Derelict 0 i •.mi page i .98 feet rying two naati hull, whih "I carccnH i nan* boat ^t Mr. Grlfflth ulU MtUfM fro,,, the Mast** i 'nation t<> ,V .... ,„#,.,„,.„„ (h ,„ Mas,,, oi Britten ." l '" Z 1 ''""!-'* ^Jl*,^.!-" of / u " r reoh rontact Trinidad." te old the iinidad. he tour! that he knowi the defendSprinahaU'i sugai li now being got the repl) '' un n,s ""' c Previous conv. i ..a•vails tion f.ir housebreaktng and la.bouoai In BrMoatown but when .i live petit larcvnies and thne the crop reaches the |ak. o| tha ichooncr a>niih but th" convictions for ioit.ru i: lajdei li i '""' a -tci h.-.< Vacancy Act. In the year 1933 he M Pimples and Bad Skin Fought in 24Houf$i f li sir'ibr dlM*>trr f huMoIt tn BlfOSI >arr f*r\5raaa M luTx (torn -flTTdii. snd -S.-IT !- •Latin and dlaBcurn* iim l.|'fnl>li*t fovr ml list a.ll I!,"'.. S?SJ"r.a.. a., am,, t — .->• -—--•Ha. HIih*Q' RrOIp**dlns 14 (KIC and lUd alMcka*. Mn't m a 1..1 %  'IrlM and cans* tau In S*s %  inandi WHITE SNOWCRfcTE CEMENT lor I'irtltluns. Ceilings, floor l*aneU etc. we .-nrr:— ST\M).\KII IIAKItltOAKIt Mill I-The Board of 1.060 uses, Termite proof. I" thick. \ 8. 8'. 10' lonr. TIMI'Ikltl II \Kim)\HI) SHI I I I ;•' thick. 4* \ 6\ 10 long. WILKINSON & HAYNES (')., LTD. IUII r" l*l "it' UM* raat nnndi a %  <:.-4ifla >N d im ltd A New Discovery %  %  awsse '.' -'..'-..a j '• ill 1.. ton -i il SI* 0.1 hai|enor*i ciibiei tti the ltriiiiti Coooul ol anu deemed Carup;.no. Vesteouela The i-al alao itated thai it was not 1 /.nith but investigaUons the local Harbottr nd Shipping Master %  Lead. Carupano w .. 1 larte -i u i dad brom life DO -igo. queni cabsearam reaching the local Harbour and Shipping Moat*, hront Trinidad ytaElddlt M Chacaili.. irotmd 11 I last %  1. 1 apM '-• ii the upturned portion of tha hull ami the veeoel Limed to in diifting west [urthea odvieed progress and all ships In the %  1 ft out. Tna /^niih led b << iindei A. December 19 with I crew "1 11 and .1 load of atona PM SI rtnalandi 1 vogue and %  vagay. Mr. (In filth UIM. .! %  •. %  iui-.t linn an incorrigible rogue. WEATHER REPORT Y ESTER IIA Y %  >' from <'odrlixt.ui; .01 In reiitl i:.n,i ,n for month to date l .36 Ins. 1 nil'. 1 itnr. I.'" i) I Wind Velocity H miles per hour Karometer (9 am.) 30.910 M ami 30.910 TO-DAY Sunrise ; 9.13 a.m. Sunset: .V55 p.m. Moan : I i-t Ujuarter Janr f4. I luhluir. ti.00 p.m. llUh tide 1 4.13 am. 4.02 p.m. low Tide i 10.01 a.m. 10.43 warehouses nt Bpctghtstown (ton f.,r Haymani Factory whll< : 1, Haymani and Fairfleld "Speightst onl ans look to calls from sugar Spelghtstown during the CTOP, but it is not likely thai %  ihln will ancha In that i>n to load bafi March." a shipping cierh low !li tordo) Tile St. I'eler's Chun h asOOk, Uw "Big Ben" of ftp. has itoppad working Tliroughout Pi Ida) ii"dial read i t. rda] It road Li For some wt-ks DOU ti* .l.Kk li.. nothing at 9 a.m. 11 at 10 .. two at 1 pm ate but y rled good time. The .lov repolri Bu driw re, irho uauall) waited until the clock struck the %  %  %  1 %  stand at Ol u %  Btreel town, now leave whin Until watches tell them that th up. The;*!! Do It Every Time — By Jimmy I Lit!



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twcate 4jsss* ESTABLISH! BARBADOS. JAM'ARY .7 11 PRICE SIX Barbados In Good Position In Second Test &g. Egyptian Students Homesters All Out For 337 Jamaica Repl) WHh 109/5 aOOB %  11 by tea Una %  Barfag*da Save Jamaica 427 rani lo net for victory wiih two <'ays still to no. and by close of play at 5.25 when Binns was granted an appeal for li|;ht. h.d claimed t acond innini's wicketa (or M %  writ N ita MI K5 minutes came as a surprise ; fall* ::i. ;i verv MUSj %  %  %  .1 .'r>n %  '' --< %  %  % %  iiixl Denia Thorbourn wlio added 44 tor the first wicket in ."i5 minutes as they prOBMdad to ti opeinni; pace-men Frank Kinn and H. Buikei %  'h MM and was I •Con •'. wad with ie score At ST. and aflei %  third hip of U ba t woa P %  %  P *. La i oasa utive overs, i AY roil t Ai-niir* The British Must ak I |i Milk Glut In Georgetown QlORarrowN, B.Q Jan M Gallons of milk an I* IIIR thrown down tha Georgetown daily duiia month. ( % %  of fresh milk hi |tUl to be dutti (riven prndu< %  caused lluin in s!c|)-ui and also that following the rlca reaping, tha land La ran with gran where tl produce more it araa furthai i %  ahn ol mitt l i • to Hie Control Hoard Tbl issued Instructions to pt ,,s with freah milk where powdered milk was fot plied and arrangementmade to Increase free %  school ehOdran, orphanages and i-hnnuibkbaaUtutton Milk Control author!! i that to reduce the pri Panmunjom. ed the I %  %  we can 1.' Ltbby's 1 t In the .mittee was pro%  • : %  %  (ill il: h %  I I prisoners. Lee said "' am n that answer" Ubby sai gave me no ans.*i %  the brazen affronter] to 'ay I am • .1 seems to us thai little ton big for your I t r VMCKF.T KF.r.1'1 R AI.I'U: P N %  i'i k lonndfiit TI.I a oaoght ba%  %  W-vf 1 Danii Thorbourn 1 FRENCHTKOOft PA TROL TUNIS STREETS TUNIS Jan 2 Haavllj reu -i Fren | nd poicL patrolled ihiitreeta H braalicUii un erowdi ini usaaali mbwina the it Nationalist uprisings in > perama have been killed ra than 21H) iii)iii"l Troops arrived in tl < tcrriay by sea mad and i". It unrest eaaed off possl%  *.('. Tu nth M-1 Two poraou wan day—a dally low since the mde. waki n g Nation dt-u lagan tln-ir i-mpiH January ifl —u.p. Indo-Ghiiuia Hurina: Next Red Targets PARIS. Jan. 20. NnUon.iti!.l China t'niteu Nationa 11 and Bum I f... mflD ir T. F. Tsiang % %  FuUUcal Commtttee urgeo the 1 % % %  Itcd con1 1 hairmanohlp of mum* Demand War With U.K. CAIRO, Jan -it*. en thousand Egyptian students marched on the %  .1 nit Britain Tii.Unttad Statao %  mbagail It %  Jaffaraoii Caff< eventta-bour raadiatkm affort to p 1 m %  HI (. ( >.>* EiypUan Army -ailed control ol flaming not on Oatnrday night unit il,.Mlnl-Uy of interior --..I miUtary law has bevn dr clarad In Egypt te cops with organised revohiUon Cairo IIKUerti put uiidai • aillitary tlovornor Uoiivral aflai day lim rioting In whnli tea thouund* of araoaisb sat Bio lo Atnorli-an and Butl-li piup orty and called for war wttli hntaln TNrii* 11.> %  l"**ii mi ilium .ii at* cUrUkation of Uie M11.1 Uy of Intorlor* rafaranco la t. volution ProBili*r Mu-Lat*L< 1:1 Naba. Paafaa was nam<. UoTomoi Uoueral and the Uovpiuiuant announcd all iinivsralUaa and ackools rlosad liid*amtaly RioUng bagan -,lli .l.moii.UatlOiM at school. Il rlthTKHD Despite predictions of .1 rackup oi drawai of tha Bril .i'..,:i brought litth if aaa cswaspr in the standard of living of the average Iranian. The man tn the street has lem little i.v the loss of AngloIranian Oil Company revenues. Prices of such basic eonunodltles as tea. sugar, braa I goods either remained or -have riaen not more With Uh %  middle classes however it is %  -f luxury goods MOV) W1II1 Derelid Off Cbacachacare Two ral % %  "' %  ,l bj 1 %  Shipping %  sighted oft I land tha %  1 Dut l latei ;,, % % % %  i-ilin 1,11 which wsa ' %  1 u-u -i four m'lis if < hu< Island The Harbour ai ping Master was left whether •' *' %  ,hc Ktody M. was what wi :i'.tliir\c*gotiatioifii ,,„,„ Going VlMatl Woll skv Tba American plaaaiua yacht "Whan and If" Is Urd up aJongsida tCc Caracnage whtrs aha U taking fual "Whan and If", owned by Mrs George 8Patton. widow of Oenaral Patton of tha US., is on a Csrtbtaxci and raduca Ifaj Boata %  rvernment'i aua*lieles %  (Torta lo ions. The %  ial tiade on cash bails llj I 1 (UndjUll owing m..k1 1 -onoi %  of 111 %  • I British Tiaagui'j 111^ amount wa I with Ifus-ia. I Ncgolatlons art under way Sugar up fairly sla and o*rier count rtes A national six ; loan has been floated. —I'P. NASSAU. J.m 25. am Ilutlin aiinounc Amcm in Who held IA pptloa on Butlin's VmM) lage Grand Bahamas, were going quite satisfactorily nvr Spoil to %  mlar with Battla. Butim it Nuuu in March ITom BrmiUda |w-i.Iwo Indmndanl "MOmlp. ^-raSfc Jssr5U •he Albert Hall ol former Ilutlin, ^Jl'lpj^ f*'^Juv^tlni'i I information thai %  wai lighted in latntuaa I0J44 'nnrtli longitude 2 06.3 west The • l night to break "IT diplomatic relations with in iumi. but put off any announcement for 24 to 48 houra AjsOmml maOttaU) is schedulrd "li lundaa AI MSrt raporl -ked the) • n.l Alfal-s Minister. Al-l* ', V 1 1 U'ung '*i break diplomatic iHations with) llitain and flght Britain? The! Minister replied, "Tomorrow you ill hear thai the Oovemment 1 m taken decisions along those Inn lire' fire! Demonstrators, set fire n.itsh Overseas Airlines booking Egyptian students In an angu.h demonstration broke nb thRlvoii Cinema, which 1 a illy British owned, smarhed the furniture, and started setting : %  lo the bulHlng. The demon slratnrs also broke Into th 1 Hn-rna omcil by Metro .Inldwv-Mayer. smashed all tl' windows and attempted to apt in liie Eaillci. Ihey crashed Into the Cafe Opera Square, drove %  nd thin -et them aflie —u.p. cVOWI/7 \/.s/> LOSE ir> JETS IN 7 DAYS FIFTH All QUAlii ERS.1 1 ,1 the i let lighln*. Il ll %  % % %  • | to hall un North K Thfifth Aufoi.e ..iinouii. Kl that 15 HusMin biuli Mli. %  k 11 y 'ii %  VtttM -,oi OBI Allied |et TN did howat lose flgh'ei bombara lo i^ \ force hai bad "auHa in In 1 from Mil, Hi %  Mn". %  rh • Bgura %  i'< 'K rm itai ll i are F-H* rhunda 1 -tind ana i >BD s> St 11 T 1 %  are ab 1 di munlsl tsrgftv 1 The %  fon wra kiat to groiuidtiie .Mi. cant less than last u v. Ins i.n I thai 1 %  liie *.ihi I' r I'olicf liuiul Ho Mtriid I'lf.in i! Owlm la lb'* death l one of lite mm of Ui IliH.nl..Pnllre Fon ll. bind will he 4llendlna hio I1111eral al 4 p.m lodav and regrel thai Uir> will he ini.lii. lo lakr (heir ru*t.imin i.i-l nUM Umaal aarraal 1 laialaa at SI LOOmrk (hurrh si O earga OUVM oil *MFIMR\ KXPtOth fi LISBON, Jan M An oliva oil n Friday night m AU miles south of Lisbon killing 1 IH-rsons and sei %  Tin* 1 \ploMnii %  hOOa houses DVl a mile area psiiiekuiir | dents—IP ...i. 26. 1 I.111.1 Beaverforook which -^ ill Suifata> I.\press u'ida# the heading/ Do You Caf-TO We Ise The Kn.pin It is timed as a message to the British Empire .11. peoples before a session of the BntUh P.nliament. The article bepim. The British Emptre must not brash up But in the pi:thni and without tin red startling calam%  monwcd ". .in.i En of %  ,'eii%  .much >>' India Is Out . ION HL.IIII-. IS out ol the taking with bet taets let-up Huge mvaaUaaat m t ..' % % %  i"1 .n.l iint-uii has oflmrad t-> %  %  Behind Kgypt come awi %  involving the t' S % %  ; %  %  %  %  %  %  Nllll"! of the %  great-.11 1 %  • bill H '.^ ,.,, o. • %  %  ...i.l % % %  %  • D ... ; ijanda. half some of %  belief that U" i %  :HUI hni ii prtda In Ba Mfen wsakanatl and U inaakias %  %  It 1 1 -II %  %  %  ... 1 should %  1 U elr weU-betna I bnplra involves. nc*h a will ba (Ufa !" ** -0 ", it it ... vill I l lirtUin • (n Paae S Japs BlMk 'IVad*' Pad With .\rgoniinu TOKV> j A Japanese trail* A'gent I next month to negotiate a new trade agreement. It v. It slgne" June 23rd 19V -a. hen Japan becomes a ,H'.on Japan Plans Treaty \\ ith NutioifuJist "hiii;i TOKYO. J..11 2'. YaahtdJ indieated that his OOW or 1 baate wttli Chb (overrun* t as lh-t I Fon ind not of China M. laid lha Die of %  rtlah ng ji4a ."o with the Govartuaahi ol Poi oea I not v.%  the most likely candidate Is %  nuances 1 MinUtrv ,l m '" '-"'' JapanW Trade oaVlals rapan was nrej 1 1 .Uy nossibli %  %  . • sport maehlo —IP I nmeti's. —t'P. CtS/uUVLU&A yOJJ COViancp & (paJdij Dinner, Luncheon, Birthday, Wedding, or for your own quiet enjoyment at home K. W. V. can add to that enjoyment, as K.W.V. Wines are Quality Wines, popular throughout Great Britain, Canada, New Zealand, Sweden and many other Countries of the World, including the British West Indies And in these burcensome days of HIGH COST OP LIVING II W V comes to your rescue also. K.W.V Wines COST much less than Foreign Wines of France. Spain, and Portugal because K.W.V. Wines are admitted into the Colony under the British Preferential Tariff K.W.V Paarl Tawny, K.W.V Coronation Wine, K.W.V Sweet Vermouth, K.W.V. 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4jsss*
ESTABLISH! .
BARBADOS. JAM'ARY .7 11
PRICE SIX
Barbados In Good Position In Second Test &g.
Egyptian Students
Homesters All Out For 337
Jamaica Repl) WHh 109/5
aOOB 11 by tea Una Barfag*da
Save Jamaica 427 rani lo net for victory wiih two <'ays still
to no. and by close of play at 5.25 when Binns was granted
an appeal for li|;ht. h.d claimed t acond innini's
wicketa (or M
writ N ita mi K5 minutes came as a surprise ;
fall* ::i. ;i verv MUSj .1 .'r>n '' --<
iiixl Denia Thorbourn wlio added 44 tor the first wicket in
."i5 minutes as they prOBMdad to ti
opeinni; pace-men Frank Kinn and H. Buikei

'h mm and was
I
Con '. wad with
ie score At ST. and aflei third
hip of U batwoap

P
*. La i oasa utive overs,
i ay roil t Ai-niir*
The British
Must
ak I |i
Milk Glut In
Georgetown
QlORarrowN, b.q Jan M
Gallons of milk an I* iiir
thrown down tha
Georgetown daily duiia
month. ( '
of fresh milk hi
|tUl to be dut- ti
(riven prndu<
caused lluin in s!c|)-ui
and also that following the rlca
reaping, tha land La ran
with gran where tl
produce more
it araa furthai
i
. ahn ol mitt l i to Hie Con-
trol Hoard Tbl
issued Instructions to pt
,,s with freah milk where
powdered milk was fot
plied and arrangement-
made to Increase free .
school ehOdran, orphanages and
i-hnnuibk- baaUtutton
Milk Control author!! i
that to reduce the pri DM situation, as the dairy-
farmer*' income would be cut and
as befor.
be lessened. Milk Is now being
sold at 84 cents per gallon 12
cents per pint retail In an effort
to use some of the excess milk.
' il '
factoring B"
butter, ghee and cream and a
cable has liecn dt'" '
l
butter pTOdU
: to pom
elded tu
Admiral Car my Ta
Confer With Top
French Officials
"* i double figures with
KAFUM far boundary to square leg off thi-
ll iw been M,U,T Farmer turned
Vfmlral Iteberl from aooo*Wa*to fin. lea
Allicu then gnt
'High the slips
Miller continued
ho scored ITS m his
i tha first match,
another eenttii *. ye--
terdav when he voreri I
i ii i Kit:.* 'i.

. R| |
-. n
. hnund-
' !
+-.roe bound.i
A Maiden
i i .. I
tin- Barbado
inning' with the score standing
rm tha laai of Kara wickets
.Mlii bowled the first over from
i down .i
lo Hume. Farmer took
n single oft Goodridgc's over to
ID the third in i
da) farmer dnglrd off Millet's
Itven to send up ll'into
bed the last and wicket-
lield the eato'i.
Ud not add to hi
night core Ol 76 which Included
9 iHiundarics and I atad I n ' Ifl
minutes.
Tne total WSJ 143 and Boogie*
\\ otnod Farmer who got
irletnt oit Oood-
r make hi*- score 22
farmer singled wide of mid on
uigc BDd Williams broke
US dink vi ith an easy single to
1 He later tent the total to
151 .11 157 minutes with .1 dnvc
to the extra cover bound
cut to
oodrldge's next
uncles.
Farmer got a couple to mid
icket off Miller and then gli
single. William?
Commander-ir; I
, ope wil
Naples headquarters by
air Monday lo eonfat with top
French oitleials Id Noll
I
I
.
Ra alao
n airfields in H
Sir John Saint TJo
' (ivseiit Island
In hdwtr} Talks
fohn Saint, Kl
, <: I. |bs Bs ba jot

anl which
it, batnfl ,hc Carib-

llth to 20th February.
\1 l.< mminalcd
Mend the
i l!*r
the
id and Williams go* ait
ngte to mid wicket
I
'mien took three

Ka*y Sinyle
uot an easy single to
off the second he re-
om Miller and 1
, with a clarue to ,Uvp
I ikll 1 MKi
he got a couple to
ma of the
with Uta total al )''. Tultah
Miller at the a I
ad to Farmer who in-
, var off tha aaond
lOOh two- bound*
Kuccesston with cover
10 make his score 24
Skipper Bonitto persisted
..
and Fnrmer got an easy inglc
wide of mid on Wil
singled to eovir and later got
y. Hi.- was now t mught on
- GoodridM at the pavil-
ion end. He bowled to Farmer
0 On 1* 1 4
Red Delegate
"Too Big For
Mis Britches*1
PANMUNJOM. Jan a.
United States Rear Admiral It
K Ubby. aacrtU '":,i tka Com-
munist truce delegate h*
ting a little too big 0M hh

lation of North Korean "
oral Lee Sand Cho, earn
an angry exchange in the Aimi* -
tice Sub-Committc on war pris-
oners.
lahhv told Las
Command is not here for tha pUI -
pose of satisfying you I-'t thai
he thoroughly underst*0
apparently Is no limit whs *
to your greed and to youi
and apparently there Is ft
your utter disregard for the right
of an Individual."
Reds promised earlier in the
meeting to return all interned
Allied civilians who wished to
tter the Ai 1*
I thcr* was no guarnn-
lee "they v ill
COOUOUnMa handiyl OVfr the
' id North Korean AlUad
now held behind thn
. .
that) side. United Nation
1
Bin Uakac-m
in Tokyo Supreme United Na-
waj told a Prat
otng to
> Panmunjom.
ed the I

..
we can 1.'
Ltbby's 1 t In the
.mittee was pro-


:
(ill il: h '
I I
prisoners.
Lee said "' am n
that answer" Ubby sai
gave me no ans.*i
the brazen affronter] to 'ay I am
.1
seems to us thai
little ton big for your I
t r
VMCKF.T KF.r.1'1 R AI.I'U:
P N * i'i k lonndfiit ti.i a oaoght ba-
W-vf
1 Danii Thorbourn ------------------1
FRENCHTKOOft
PA TROL TUNIS
STREETS
tunis Jan 2
Haavllj reu *......-i Fren |
nd poicL patrolled ihi- itreeta H
braalicUii un erowdi ini
usaaali mbwina the it
Nationalist uprisings in
> perama have been killed
ra than 21H) iii)iii"l
Troops arrived in tl <
.
tcrriay by sea mad and i".
It unrest eaaed off possl-
*.('. Tu nth M-1
Two poraou wan
daya dally low since the mde-
. waking Nation dt-u la-
gan tln-ir i-mpiH
January ifl
u.p.
Indo-Ghiiuia
Hurina: Next
Red Targets
PARIS. Jan. 20.
NnUon.iti!.l China
t'niteu Nationa 11
and Bum I
f... mflD .
ir T. F. Tsiang
'
FuUUcal Commtttee urgeo the
1
'
. Itcd con-
1 1 hairmanohlp of
mum*
Demand War With U.K.
CAIRO, Jan -it*.
en thousand Egyptian students marched on the

.1 nit Britain
Tii.- Unttad Statao mbagail It Jaffaraoii Caff<
eventta-bour raadiatkm affort to
p 1 m hi (.(>.> iln
en thai tha Egyptian Cabinet had
.. ) -.. '1 iavi 1 ici.itions with Linn.' n
.1 iterday's a* . 1 1 an battla In [amalUa
.,11 brdaant
.

;

mini
AJspon AuihoiiiH-. -iiu thai 1
il
*

para-e* Prominent in
*i-re student

.
lu of al least 46 '
ice m the blood\ battla -nil
Uan-in-the-Stret't
lAttlv Affected
liv \alionalisalion
Koo8-\olt Will \sk
rongeeM To(^ait<< I
India's 1).-In
Il ItiH^.-velt. iu
..( a |190,000.00u debt
:
'., 1 hip .
i 1 Li .mi.
m l;iig: India l**
important steps down
the long, hard road lo
1 il stability
which uk
.
,ing for the Urs*. *
*
is have in
Ida -tiistrnlitiii
I I
it India .iitiu-ugn 1
. still be going lluough
Ing pains promt. -
: st .bility .
Aiia.
-r.p.
M.i
ith
..Ml ,
'1.1 ( tmnunlsm In Asia
TMang said Communi*!
piche.i Indo-Clilna and
he "reatra of milii.iry struggle
taiasatfata futui
aid Malaya ami h .loncsla wers
1 a mad "centres (or
1
t ..1

Inatlt
ih.it the
plan lo top
plan "was not along the China

I Me said "ihkb is tl
te f-i I


tn
N
Si

Hi IrM Rl
tn Altai
1 Mom ""


j

A lot* report from Cauo
-tate-d tht U>* EiypUan Army
-ailed control ol flaming not
on Oatnrday night
unit il,.- Mlnl-Uy of interior
--..I miUtary law has bevn dr
clarad In Egypt te cops with
' organised revohiUon Cairo
Iik- Uerti put uiidai aillitary
tlovornor Uoiivral aflai day
lim rioting In whnli tea
thouund* of araoaisb sat Bio
lo Atnorli-an and Butl-li piup
orty and called for war wttli
hntaln
TNrii* 11.> l"**ii mi ilium .ii
at* cUrUkation of Uie M11.1
Uy of Intorlor* rafaranco la
t. volution ProBili*r Mu-Lat*L<
1:1 Naba. Paafaa was nam<.
UoTomoi Uoueral and the
Uovpiuiuant announcd all
iinivsralUaa and ackools rlosad
liid*amtaly RioUng bagan
-,lli .l.moii.UatlOiM at school.
Il
rlth-
TKHD
Despite predictions of .1
rackup oi
drawai of tha Bril
.i'..,:i brought litth if
aaa cswaspr in the standard of
living of the average Iranian. The
man tn the street has lem little
i.v the loss of Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company revenues.
Prices of such basic eonunodl-
tles as tea. sugar, braa I
goods either remained
or -have riaen not more
With Uh middle
classes however it is
-f luxury goods
MOV)
W1II1
Derelid Off
Cbacachacare
Two ral "'',l bj
1 Shipping

sighted oft I land
tha

1.
Dut l latei
;,,*
i-ilin
1,11 which wsa '
1 u-u -i
four m'lis if < hu<
Island The Harbour ai
ping Master was left
whether ' *' ,hc
Ktody M. was what wi
:i'.tliir\c*gotiatioifii ,,,
Going VlMatl Woll
skv

Tba American plaaaiua yacht "Whan and If" Is Urd up aJongsida tCc
Caracnage whtrs aha U taking fual "Whan and If", owned by Mrs
George 8- Patton. widow of Oenaral Patton of tha US., is on a Csrtb-
taxci and raduca Ifaj Boata
*
. rvernment'i aua-
*lieles
(Torta lo
*
ions. The
ial tiade on cash bails
llj I 1 (UndjUll owing
m..k-
1 1 -onoi

of 111
'
I
British Tiaagui'j 111^ amount wa
I
with Ifus-ia.
I
Ncgolatlons art under way
Sugar
up fairly
sla and o*rier count rtes
A national six ;
loan has been floated. I'P.
NASSAU. J.m 25.
am Ilutlin aiinounc
. Amcm in Who held IA
pptloa on Butlin's VmM)
lage Grand Bahamas, were going
quite satisfactorily
- nvr Spoil
to mlar with Battla. Butim it
Nuuu in March ITom BrmiUda |w-i.- Iwo Indmndanl "MOmlp.
^-raS-fcJssr5U
he Albert Hall ol former Ilutlin, ^Jl'lpj^ f*'^Juv^tlni'i
I
information thai
wai lighted in latntuaa I0J44
'nnrtli longitude 2 06.3 west The
UIMT'N INSmi: TO-IMs
Page t. tartb. TaarUm
1. FEATCREH: At the
Cinema, Oardrnina
lllnU. Farm <"
dea
4 SPORT FKA-
TI'RKS; nnukif*.
O.S.C.. I.inu .
Crickrt
"I'ORT RIJ'tlM'M :
lifth i.-i 1 .m.
Tennla. Yachllns.
1 .. .11..11 Pets
. HOMEN : I a mil*
Uk.
T srulni Circle. V*ar
li.ii. and Voa.
tth.ii. ( .H.kni.
R I .iiti.n.i- Beeh
Review
B. Bermuda Mini-' ol
Aaaemhli .ml llo-
fiaaetU"
.. IB. Went Indian NeWO
. II. Books.
1 1 hurrh Borrmaa,
Hlhlical (rMord.
Ohmmrea
.. 13. i .hi,,, strips.
.. 1. Local News.
i-iiimh tn-ips in in.* 8ta
,*L.I|1 I
Diplomatic Krlaliem
1 1 .- '. wi, ro-
4 tha pro-Oovernmsnt
i.rwspapci Al HtmM l..
cidCd uiiiuiincualy la>l night to
break "IT diplomatic relations with
in iumi. but put off any announce-
ment for 24 to 48 houra AjsOmml
maOttaU) is schedulrd "li
lundaa
ai MSrt raporl ;
!' Id til II
.....
Britain
1 ill) Britain h "
I We regret
I 1 Britain m IMI,
Bril
I, gati "f v
., ill conic again.
m won't mata il
taka
"f aanaMBBoa
1
Mi n\oii'lr.iti,iTi
th. ra opening of
following a week's sus-
,. ., 1 .
Brittah .luihont 1
Cth, the Egypi: in 0 1

-l.p'-ll HIHVfl '
aol w.. -hail doti themI
1
t was cat! muled that 15.000.;
ton broke through a
dull throwa around
Nnhaa1 oAoaa,
I 1 aRMXOatial 1 :>-ked the)
n.l Alfal-s Minister. Al-l* ',
V 1 1 U'ung '*i
break diplomatic iHations with)
llitain and flght Britain? The!
Minister replied, "Tomorrow you
ill hear thai the Oovemment
1 m taken decisions along those
Inn
lire' fire!
Demonstrators, set fire
n.itsh Overseas Airlines booking
Egyptian students In an angu-
.h demonstration broke
nb th- Rlvoii Cinema, which
1 a illy British owned, smarhed
the furniture, and started setting
: lo the bulHlng. The demon
slratnrs also broke Into th
1 Hn-rna omcil by Metro
.Inldwv-Mayer. smashed all tl'
windows and attempted to apt '
in liie Eaillci. Ihey crashed
Into the Cafe Opera Square, drove
......
nd thin -et them aflie
u.p.
cVOWI/7 \/.s/>
LOSE ir> JETS
IN 7 DAYS
FIFTH All.....
QUAlii ERS.1
1
,1 the i
let lighln*. Il ll ,
|
to hall un
North K
Th- fifth Aufoi.e ..iinouii. Kl
that 15 HusMin biuli Mli.
k 11 y 'ii
VtttM -,oi OBI Allied |et
tn did howat
lose flgh'ei bombara lo i^
\
force hai bad "auHa
in In 1
from Mil, Hi

Mn".
rh Bgura i'< 'K rm itai ll i
are f-h*
rhunda 1 -t- ind ana i >BD s>
St 11 T 1 are ab 1 di
.
munlsl tsrgftv
1 The fon
wra kiat to groiuidtiie .Mi.
cant less than last u v.
Ins i.n I thai 1.....
liie *.i- hi
I' r
I'olicf liuiul Ho
Mtriid I'lf.in i- !
Owlm la lb'* death l
one of lite mm..... of Ui
IliH.nl..- Pnllre Fon ll.
bind will he 4llendlna hio I1111-
eral al 4 p.m lodav and
regrel thai Uir> will he ini.lii.
lo lakr (heir ru*t.imin i.i-l n-
Um Umaal aarraal 1
laialaa at SI LOOmrk (hurrh
si Oearga
OUVM oil *MFIMR\
KXPtOth fi
LISBON, Jan M
An oliva oil n
Friday night m AU.....
miles south of Lisbon killing 1
IH-rsons and sei
Tin* 1 \ploMnii hOOa houses DVl
a mile area psiiiekuiir |
dentsIP
...i. 26.
1
I.111.1 Beaverforook which -^ ill
. Suifata>
I.\press u'ida# the heading/
Do You Caf-TO We Ise The
Kn.pin It is timed as a
message to the British Empire
.11. peoples
before a session of the
BntUh P.nliament.
The article bepim. The
British Emptre must not
brash up
But in the pi-
:thni and without
tin red startling calam-

monwcd ". .in.i En .
of
,'eii-

.- much >>'
India Is Out
. ion
Hl.iiii-. is out ol the
taking with bet taets *
let-up
.
Huge mvaaUaaat m t
..'' i"- 1
.n.l iint-uii has oflmrad t->


Behind Kgypt come awi
involving the t' S *
;




Nllll"!
* of the
great-
-.11 1
bill
H '.^
,.,, o.

. ..........i.l


D
...
; ijanda.
half
some of

belief that U" i

:hui '
hni ii prtda In Ba
Mfen wsakanatl and U inaakias


. It
1 1 -ii



...
1 should
1
U elr weU-betna I
bnplra involves.
nc*h a
will ba (Ufa -**-0",
it it
, ... vill I l lirtUin
(n Paae S
Japs BlMk 'IVad*'
Pad With .\rgoniinu
TOKV> j
A Japanese trail*
A'gent I
next month to negotiate a new
trade agreement. It v.
It slgne"
June 23rd 19V
-a. hen Japan becomes a
,H'.on
Japan Plans Treaty
\\ ith NutioifuJist
* "hiii;i
TOKYO. J..11 2'.
. YaahtdJ
indieated that his OOW or
1 baate wttli Chb
(overrun* t as lh-t
I Fon ind not
of China M. laid lha Die of
rtlah ng ji4a,."o
with the Govartuaahi ol Poi oea
I
not v.-
the most likely candidate Is -
nuances
1
MinUtrv ,l'm '" '-"'' '
JapanW Trade oaVlals
rapan was nrej 1
- 1 .Uy nossibli
.


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TO-DAY TO TUESDAY, 4.45 A 8.3B P.M
tW ***-%>< r-*alia tlary
I *> -kept M" ef thai
(ritn Atttrno*. kMI
Saturday's
l. / ^ Hero

^MKtaikMKB
"w -JJiiii MW|*n n-wg *** win,'('Eg
Mi
Short
"POOR ELMER"
IHM-I>\ Wtt THrR**I>\i I I -. A o 10 r M
Paramount I'n m niv . .
"HER WONDERFUL LIFE"
II O Y A I.
I.AST 5 SHOWS TO-DAY
4.S0 k SIS
P.inimonnl Prronla .
"THE GREAT"
MISSOURI RAID"
Sttrrtni I
wendell corey
McDonald carey
Mn
"TALE OF TWO CAFER"
.-marrow 41 Mfc III
Mini iX'tiblf
HAIIliARA STANWYCK
HURT LANCASTER
in
"SORRY WRONG
NUMBER"
And
ADVENTURE ISLAND"
Excellency the
Lady Savage aceon.-
. M.tjm DMrw VatMthan
ended the thud day's pita
1 e second Intercolonial r mc between Barb**.- and
Knainctnn
..tended Provincial Synod
HIS Lordstilp Bishop Manne-
vill- who left Berbedo* on
January 7th to attend the Pro-
vincial Synod In Ni^uu returned
on Friday evening by BW.IA.
. Puerto Rlro
Barbados Holiday
IK Ailn-rt a u.t-ij Brow
n .nitong the pHkM-:i|i>'i
arriving t Seawelt on Friday
*vaninK by itu- Jamaica 'plane.
Sir Alfred who was born in
October IMS was educated at
.Torthampion Coui.'v School ind
London Untvaralty. He was
marrtad in IfflO to ihe du$ht<-i
of Frederick Pletfen Of Neubran-
'lenburf. They have two daught-
er*. Ha obtained hi" LL.B. with
flret ctaei honours m ibo3. his
IA.D. m 1MM and later was ad-
nlrted as a eotlcttor
After nine year. In ihe army he
retired as a Lieutenant in 190*.
He entered the Department of K
Majesty** Procurator General *nci
Treasury Solicitor In ItOI mmt
i>ecame Asa* Tre-ir* Ssaaeaaar.
1W4. Principal Asm
Solicitor 19)8 SoTK-itor H M
Customs and Exeter IMI 44 Can
troi Commission for Oerman>
1*44. I*sl Advlcei to Forel#;n
Ofnce (German Section) 1947. !!
also been a member of
se\-eral international lefal con-
ference*
Sinoe lfM9 he bus been LcfBl
Adviser to British Militarv Gov-
arnor In Germany
Engaged
T^ME enKaKement was an-
Al nounced on Friday night
between Miss Heather Rosemary
Ramsay, second daughter of Mr.
Hugh O Ramsay and the latf
Mrs Ramsay of Carlisle View
Bay Street and Mr. Georg.-
Rfchard Rnrnes. eldest son. of
( .ipt. mid Mrs. Robert C. Barnes
ji 6th Avanua li.iiiviiic
Mr Barnen has recently returne I
Hi v.i.-li.ni from the U.S when-
l BW, Emory
I .I'Tisily.
Be returni to the U.S. on Thura-
div nccomnanled by his slate"
bflaM who also re-ides it, thj
Unite After Six Weeki
AFTER spending an enjoyable
holiday in Barbados, Mrs.
Alfred Holder and Miss Lilian
Bukar two Barbadians residing
at Jam-iica, Long IMend, N
York, an- dlM 10 ItMva tomorrow
by B.W.I A for luerto Rico where
lotjF **'" remain for ancther week
oefon- returning home.
FlMB have lie*n taqftofl It
Lfaton-on-Sea'*, The Stream for
'he past six weeks.
This wa> Mrs. Holder1, first
\ sa; iwck fnif since she left 3ft
ears ago and also the first time
n Miss Barker in 28 years.
Bk To St. Lucia
MR and MRS. FREDDIE POT-
TER who have been here
tor Just over a week, are cx]ccted
lo return to St. Lucia to-day
.heir Mr. Potter is Manager of
Cable and Wireless' Branrh.
Regular Visitors
MR. and MRS. CHARLES Mc-
Enearncy of Trinidad, ate
it present spending a short holi-
P-1 rbadns, and are guesis
1 i unabiink
Rosjular visitors to Barbados
the- plan to return to Trinidad
un Tuesday.
Mr. McEnearnev is MWHgllM
Dtiector of Messrs. Chas. Uc
Bnoarney and Co.. Ltd.. Barbados
and a Director of Me srs. Chii"!
McEnearn.
Qahib faffing
LAsatn ft inn.**
A aitcTlOM * a* erewd. sno-t o'
ypaterday afternoon
Staying With Parents
MR AND MRS in i\ hi
CHEEKES fte m (ram
Trinidad on FHday by B.W.I A
on a short visit
a Director of Central t
Distributors, Trinidad. RU wife
is the former Mary Bourne,
daughter of Mr. and Mir. E
Carlyle Bourne of Cedar Hill'.
Government Hill, with whom they
are slaying.
They will be reluming to Trini-
dad early in the week.
Antigua Visit
COL. .id Mrs Hugh V.'ilkm
arrived lion.
reeantly din dw
morrow wonting by H.W.I.A. for
Antigua on short visit They
will he returning In .i rfrOgthl i ;
days.
Festival Today
"T*HERE mil t- | HatVtal F.-- i-
A val at St. Luke-* Church.
; this afternoon at 4
'. l..<-k. The n.iicc Hand will Ik-
In attendance and the church
choir will render o pr^ernrne at
Church Music.
Uicso Indies, wbo BBSJ Ue aaal polo
Final Game
O.rty ptcUtM
UBS in colourful
afternoon frocks) watched the
Baal name of the 195152 Polo
geaaoa tMsj Usa tfirliff,irt
around the Polo Hut at the Gar-
rison Savannah yesterday after-
noon. Many other polo fans saw
. from around tb
line.
Amongst tin- crowd were sev-
inadlan. English and
American visitors lo the colony
I seemed to enjoy the
u> as much as the local
dpectators, some comparing the
..;th polo "at home."
ft was o lovely sunny after-
noon with a cool breaM Mawsng
across the ground.
Six Lectures
MR J. CAMERON TUDOR.
M.A., wili
,v lactttrai In the Library nt
Harrison College, beginning on
Tuesday February 5th at 8 p.m.
The title Of his lectures Ii
"Greal BrKata and Her Em-
17041914."
i at the Qarrlien aavannali
Indefinite Stay
MR. C. O STANLEY. C.B.E.
Chairman and Managing
Director of I've Ltd., Cai
accompanied by Mrs. Stanley ir-
rlved from England by atr on
Friday evening via the U.S. ami
1'hcy were met at Sea-
wcll by Mr. and Mrs. Rod Stewart
of Pyc Ltd., and Mr. P. C. S.
MafTei Barl>adi)-- Agent of the
company.
After a holiday here the pbri
to visit aoma of the other West
Indian islands. This is Bsi
visit to Barbados.
Mr. and Mrs. Suuley are
l.uesta a'. Ike Rockley Beach Club.
Best Nurse
MISS OLGA I. WORRELU ot
Bush Hall. St Michael and
Srnii-r Nurse at the flct. |
Hoapltal ill ! leaving to-day bv
I'.W.I A. rt Trinidad on tin.. -
nanthsV course at the Cai.
cal Centre. Port-of-Spain.
v. the raoant pn leatat*
" Hncatei and PHaas to nurses
at the General Hospital. Nui
Worrell was awarded a special
i*ing the best practical
nurse of 1951.
O I. Y M PIC
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. 4.30 X 8.15 P.M
oi I sim \ ACTION nut HI I
'-*-v,*.--*.'--;v;. j
DANCE
THE BARBADOS AOUATIC
CLCB
(Local and Visltlim Member* I
Only)
SATURDAY, r-bni"-. 2nd \
-
Mnslc hy Mr C Cnrwen's 1
Orchestra o
Membrs ar* cordially invited \ i
(Frse Adaus-ion to Ballroom) J
"EVERYBODY ABHORE seemed to bf. the order Of to* day
"Lady Rodney" met in Carlisle Bay for the first time
day on ihore shopptRR and tourtns the I-land. Here
Warehou-e step*.
Thursday when tfco "Lady Nelson" and
V nan Tourist* from iwth ships spam the
ol them are -em landing at the Baggage
Genuine Bargains I Genuine Bargains !
REAL LEATHER HANDBAGS British Made
S7.1II n.. $2,311. SB.liK now S3.0II. $11.19 n.m S4.UU. $14.29 now $5MI
IMITATION LEATHER AMI IM.ASTIC All Clours
S'^'il'i-uS2H". *"''".ssi"'"' KASn""slso-M3:| "i"-pa
EI.IIWKHEO CiEORfiETTI s
( HAKNOS I ll.l.v FASRIONBO wi.on HOSE
FLOWERED CREPES
27" PLAIN COTTON IIAIRC (11(11
BOYS' and VOIN<; MEN'S WHITE KNITTED SHIRTS
RICK RACK ami SILK BRAIDS
S2.IMI now >l.iiii
-::.: now M.m
$3.24 now Jl 60
I" *. :,n cents
Sl.Ofl
II al 4 cenls Vd
T. P.. EVANS & WHITFIELDS
YOUR SHOE STORES
Dial 4606
.:..:...,.. .-..-....,-. ...-wwy,AWW,i
Dial 4220
TCKSII.W AMI WEIISTSD.W. .S A 8.15 P M.
ColambU Doablr.
JON HALL NINA FOCH in
"THE MUTINEERS"
AND
"DARK PAST
S'aninc :
WILLIAM IIOLDEN
LEE J COUB
II O V \
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW. 4.30 *. 8.15 P.M
Columbia Ui.uM.
"LAST OF THE BUCCANEERS"
Htan-lng :
PAUL HENR1ED JACK OAKTE
AM)
"BLACK ARROW"
Starring:
LOUTS HAYWARD GEORGE MACRFADY
THE WOMEN'S
CANADIAN CLUB
Annual Dance
in aid of
t-OCAL CHARITA
undfr Ihr Auspices of His Excellence- (he Govsrnor
and Lsdv SAVAGE '
al Hi.
ON
SATURDAY EVENING. February 23rd
GAMES
BRIDGE
PALMISTRY
FLOWER SHOT'
1 CLOCKS
I CLOCKS
I A larfr selection of The Famous
Kienzle Clock
AllMISSKaN
$1.H
Just arrived
Travelling Alarms. Bei",i>, Green Black, etc.
Small Cohnrsd Fancy Alarms, various prices.
The Office Clock thai you were enquiring for
Table Model Chiming Clocks, also Regulators.
SEE THESE NOW!
at
Louis L. Bayley
Bollon Lane
t^^'*V,^',^',',',Vi<.Ot^^^^VV^VU^OOSMaBSBSMj*S>C
I


SUNDAY I xm wy :; is;;
si \D.xv \i>voc we
p ihrii
AT TllE IM'.MA
Strangers On V Train
* ;. ii.
liardenmj Hints farm And Garden
For AnwIfHFS
gfc. MIRM III \
IITIS
C.ardrn Pales
Wr have a letter from com-
, pondem F G to eonsldcr trxla
FROM h.,v >r some time, as I With the plan ol the ****?" 9uch letters and requests ai
mentioned three Keeks ago wlan 'Stage Fright was before us. wesee that soJarUie greatly appreciated they aic
Hi
(21
Next
the plan come
we now havt leman'g latest thriller
STRANGEKS LIN A 1 RAIN go 1 can't complain any more.
It happen- Baal week, but
the others SATURDAY'S HERO and RICH.. YOl'Ml
AND PRETTY :ire oach aaitartadnlng in their own wav and 2^*1," muis and the questlv.i '" ".-------
I enjoyed them at w I M tor Mr Hitchcock ii, io the kind of path, tho SSeaae?"l
stems from mi early baste ,t suspense, so let's garden la to have.
Garden paths are import-".
ami should an or degenerate Int .
just that strip of ground be-
Hta i,io.lu*. Bui aealact
... drier .ir 1 U>
is fatal- the>- must ue
tended. wstared a. 1 cared
above .,11, User tree fiom scab,
aacu be sastST illc .oraylng We
- knew 4W the Aarlc.
, oartment ta ready and wiuliut a
all l.nsse to
boundary of rne rano Mvlul ,,
Mas been eoaaaalered and ,,,, ,, t be of scene, all
the ire*, have also been ^,MKr ,'; ,,, mfcf > '* S^ST-i
.nation m the ~jlma of??&&"" U* w. ha.
lhl lure, wononu., and relate.! flelos *"*"*'","* .-iiovad at
mc,cncy in 't^tro-wS'Wrt of *Wi... -
.u.-pense. so lets garden la to heee. ^^ time,
have a look M STRANGERS IN A TRAIN first. S*^wp-,?L ^tSSini'. Al ,h* ou,Mt-
and should m-m degenerate mi ftmcTal
To begin with U nU to Bad
pit
uninv
nylns the Tact thai plot ..ben.' tivcre "is 'tween two bed* They
weak, but that has not itcUf' m for studies in his the proper width, and,
the direct...i further dis- good foundation.
hat has product*! .i i.nl.'i I tact that teal Th* choice will lie
mounting suspense ami OUBMI ,"', "benefactor" "grass," "eemeni,
tive horror, topi>e hair-rau:ng ilimax '-"' *"- oaaon why a garden
Um best Hitchcock ambitions by becoming: an have more than one type
Murder, tennis. uipfc-MllMlll tod All American-; -tar A pcrmon- paln.
runaway merrv-ao-m\in,i ore mt lnJur suataiiml in his ttnal a garden ith
all taken t.u SidTand all hi. natch bring, the realix^tton that ,l([ir
trlcfca and teehirtques are irmuaht
* a dobs* flat bag. atrrlculturally speaking. Th.
if" .rowing cd? .! is very sandy and mle, ,1
'itUb.1-'" "" " ."-" I"""-"'!'
sa -i
at leai
, bbbfiB
*oud
lUnVe "il ot Barbsdcar. herbage of an infer.or quahl). A
the low- gSMtT. Moat this home ,.f which we i>mk. h
k ~. .OTiviiee a) all ranch.-i and hu family had du,
the wind- eapeciouB holes in the snelt,
in in- >- ,vou'd iicrei tha >n me w.nu- ,*t' < ..-.. ".'_ ,,
aiaSHl.' bstea ";? "r.ml* adth a .aualall. the house and filled thorn will
"' ">"" ' oTtne -at. "A belowUtr .o.,-l manure from the c...
VM not Jr_TT ^, .....i. ns es- corral,. ,.i .uch artificial eondl
tt.iini'-iiH'in* of citrus
iluding even the harder In
- would be futile to coiuu>er th.
-------- ..houid be lll|llvW|!, ,rf thlB gn^p o: plant
to four IM4 >b mhea ^ an g^^. Thai, of eoune.
intn ph.
itk lull ..( .
ing climax.
Tha srtorj conceitis .1 younii ten-
nis player. About to olTirae kxi*
wife, ho in ungatfed in canveraatlon
on a train by si young man who
turns out I" be ; p\ 'hi>i>alh. Hav-
ing read nil about the tennis play-
er and his rntrrUI ti.uliles in the
paper h, Ihe Uinatu mukei the
friendly oiler to kill his wife. if.
a* a return favour, the sportsman
will do awsy with his father
no tottoer nee ,,- Tlus width .iiUrt.^ '^'- ,,,,, to My thnt )i.n-el.l4deis witi
"< "> ue^nlr to wnlk tho path coat- |,a,k-v;.ni KMCS including adc
' ..;. gUp Kj side. (|lln,.. Ulll(, proteetaa*. and will
Ul all * a foundauon pf ^Jj. tTSJUSS^*
taaahai ,len> 'hould be *
v.L.s
atoiiM
and the
body
Such a, foundatioD
t tions. lemons and oiangea
vialdinu fruit of good quality, tr
isiltolallj. at tha - nom>
long tra^s onstructcd of gpU'
jwlni-n leaps, set on aag* an.
tilled with . M bail*, for growing ex
,vllrn. lettuce, tomaloee an.
So. it is the same olr
v reoaHng itseM here gtvt
. .nrt John
pmm the prin-
cipal pa" wMh qulei. bmgtti tUS-

.;:,: rS ', fountuu
imbue, his laid, live inebsa ot ~"V. oransa*. grown on th,
rmlng man- should be added. This must be cn,rt coa.1 not too yard, from UM>
' """ ,h,- Z. carried off ihe Oral prize ing stage, wjieh may he P~"
.. body Finalb. lop the path with ^ ,, f^^ Exh.llln la few .cattered fnut.
i^awssuonrepua- .. Una gravel. Water , sul.h ,, , ,uii
> men... ,iev ....^... .- L |her kind, as cleslieo mory "in "--' -"" ------
., Ihe cavil, lllled in with "!!,", ,..i n-'t horn die .kD .here ,. uru.lb
.. b,o.. tj^'SSSllSSSimS. at the ~me l.m. Mow. <>
"' SE i.,rus,h%..S'c^ruimr;r.. * s
,tin ensures a gT*,^, ,.., ,. ,, ,u,d .aaai-'year- old whelher he can earn
s%irS E^; iroVn" H;' s IK :v^r
... ., 1 *"-' .,,-,, Thr ^unve. charming man-
A"S ")' X" P*1 ""' *......' "" bene-
be brought the fruil-
B.B.C. Radio Notes
5000
yds POPLIN
2500vds flat crepe
91c. 98t.
1000 Yds. FLORAL SPUN 1500 yds CREPE BACK
$1.16 $1.18
The MODERN DRESS SHOPPE
BROAD STREET.
*": r^ui"4" "art's. "I?"?" noandX.'i.;'7..i'piT.:H,".l''^v:- ;v..V;V......I Una gravel. Water , ~; V,'".;^." m osu.,11 I...... Us nant.butlh.us.vc,op,l a imceesaful uid roll this la lurn. taklna J ,|<)m ,hl. ,., level.- cl.i.s lim H?'I'J' .,.' ! .
a deal, tracks the wife to 10 the boys who ,,,! care of Ihe eda~. rail the rainfall is ample, the IBM It at ggrnlllj *at tbere WB
jrmisenjerd r-r.land strangles her. '^f,j Alexander Kno, ,,, a solid surface I. formed "J "# arKi shelter avail- be much "la erop i-fore ve '
shock 101 the ath etc. who bumble, f Ivbaulto to met* tha surface jSJlaS oeaur. '"""!'"' J T
cf'liini T".he"u;, whoraaBaaath n,c to vre good ^,' ^ "....... .....uubt. -. ^,^5jBBn"* 5lft
TeTmakaTa lone IturV -I ,..'r t ; "bcl. Bring lh lound.nlon lo J^eieT t.~ seem to thrive a .elected vsr.et>.
TwmoMhem '.' S, -t.hln three inch., of the final OU*
- "H < "TtTSfS.....h 1.....
Though i". Lit fansit is an original and wen- f.irp )|( lh#, 1(a,n , t||(. foBm
4 parts of shingle.
2 parU of sand.
I p.irt of cement.
ereaJbleT it t.tfri' ktiength.
uortunitles for Mr Hitchcock's _.__..
photoErnphic skill. To menu UCH, YOVNO AND'l'MaU'l 1
lupt one, tbt atrantUnp of Uw
in tha amusement parkas GloU. ItlLii,
toouah bar glatrrt "*' YOUS AND imictt '
d 1Miijci)appear- to bp two Bg- gaU clad musical sUning Jano Mix tho inmedienu or.
urn locked in l dow-rnotl with then add water, turning
death-struggle, u n 'i *' "''' '.Vcndcll mixing until it is of a good
Hltchcock'% skill wttta Uh froducir i>i,-iK.'y to spraad. Tho naan
ii second to DOM i many of his angular -hots Hi
familiar. thr\ ;"' ** and dreamy ^ UftlM| half an hour from tho ., tuimg date for this pujgianini'
Farlev Grancr. Ittllttl Bon (ATVwMll- time the water is added dO 1 i:irk the former West 11-
^nd Robert Walker head the cast, ner. - ,{x moch at one time. <( slow bowler will sum up U
As the involve-1 h Put the mixed concrete in 5Tiea und will invite two or lhr>
Granger certninl.- takat Ua gg**. I blobs OB the i>alh and lavel god ,iutinguished erlcketem to loin
affair very tat.nl. Which tOndl Wnhl.na ^j^, ^^ btob 1^^.,. ndding ttu- }, j .,-*wina the tour. Tie ei.
make Um - Tin- path need not be ln,. baif>teur ol tba Wc^t ludi'-
leas, and U ic- hard u. believe that ner ftnuhcd ul l)OP llnMV |t n ^ devoted to uV
Mias Homan. as ., 101 /, '< A .oncrcle path is permanmr. NVafW. It begins ,.l Un
.ocieiy g.r... could bejn ^ ^ ^ 8fld I 11 lei, ( ii.k.iri'- Re\iew W.I. Tour
With C I*. * Wednefiday
i.. iab*> mmtfm -O^Omm ilm Was arn Kurnua and tho North Atlauli
..... .nd^on^w'edna^;"^ Jan- tod Uie.r ^^jS^fi
and uary listeners will hear a reetr- countries of mjfe*^?
- of the West Indus lour of Aus- mmrammoa will dr-iv.
T i:,ul. Pr.-v.de.i the Fifth Test perience and op.mon. of a wjo.
mied tha beaatet , ,he path that this can be don.- yun to nve days that will be the ...nge ^-'''^^''VSo^Jo-
.he better. As concrete should *vt fry of ihe*match and will be tm Here m a lirt of thaw pro-
KTammea
Monday. 2Bth. 8.3" P 1"'
Kiiropran Idea a summar>
of the histoiy ami achieve-
, nl
.1 id.'
lUtj
.V ill 11
Wi*l. in I a i"
Tuesday. H.Ju pm. Tkm
li
t.f tlu
anyone quite M
WalVer plays
psychop..'1
The mu&ic
ind airs
nothing l
SATURDAYS HERO
al'.i-i lain.
pUyTbov wTEh COOvkfion thi pre- F.r the rraajr iU .uja
support ng cast is up to '-1 tod .h.nteuse fouudattor11s lhe sa m
ThTin^c-esprally eomi- hai l elaUght- rho stonea lit the
and arranged lor UM Dm- 1 ,1 romance, and eveijthing ends ir nw i
SotklB. U, be desired. up M a. it ^o..ld. Ot to - bOJtodk
landing plot. 1'iit 11 is more
done tnan many musi-
SATUBDAY'S HMO
showing at the Empire. 1* tojg Powell is .is attrac-
.ineprated' sporls dTtol I md H bj a pleasure l<>
parts from the usual formula Md Inp and dance, and she
emerges with r the sophlstica-
commiT.-.
athletics in the I'mlci ^ 1 who playi hex
Directed and acted with Uiteprl. oppo- lxaw_,
it turns a beacon lUht on ,1 Hi of "buying" pter 'fS!!!1
stance football playersfor vaJ ,. ,s,,als along with Fer-
ous college* teams. This -
nntblem with which w.i
patti
West Indian Writer*
In Caribbean Voices' on Sun
Taay pain. t)uJ 27ih. ina,. we shall hear 1
ibtatnal.li W ,,, (,..... ..wn.in.r to U
of the same coocnl.- wm^m f conlemp*iiary writlt-r.
nnxluie as thai nivcn f". W>" shl. -.,,, [,..- Auguslr ( >
i-enient path, shaplin: them In 1 |u, li( ul. -Toast ot
u.-Klen mould. .,.__.. Carlba.' gives a chapter of tho
These slabs should be laid on ._.,. , |71h century St. Lufi 1.
I f.niiHlatum of MM and Uw |gj |ii cracks b';bMwJ^ ^I. ""' wlOtthl txi>i,un.rfDor'k
verse--whon one of tha
-lands in the Caribbean
ome of the same cement,
An. ther method I* to Ml >n the
. .ilTh
clumps of growing
plants
plant
reproaentod In this aeries. The
Bricks are laid either
til 11 iiti> ii.vais-" ...-,,-------- T(*> Hrlrks ar*> lint I'lllii .r,
<>nl* anas. Wendrtl Corey "fiL .....
are faced, but it . s m,,i,
one in the U.S and tin. lilm 1 " M,.,el la.lh give good
milic.menl.l agb HaaBni am lalented
leehnleolour and
ou, son of u F^ J ;(.X!,iP IhuTTTY I i^asan. entertain- J^-
rcputable menl
tlous
aba toiapti
to in entrance
lulf-liuur closes with poems by
,. Myron S. Ftascr of Jamaica who
-!? has not been heard for aome years.
^"rj^ST'l"..!?"'.: nro.dca.1 be^n. at Us, uaual time
of West Indies programmes ft-w
U>ndun. namely ".15 p.m.
I mm.p. .hi or Atlantic Union?
A nutnlM-r of lalkt. and dkscus-
..1011 proanoiiiias in the HBC'..
(.encral Uvera*-ja Saivico m ttM
k wiU be devoted t<>
und probien
The Family Welfare
Society
Tin t.raaa path La not laid
foundaUim. and. although
mpler and low expensive
make in the beginning, yet ,',^Mnt^
es. rt-r* -sfa "zx "*-*-
must be kept free of weeds, cut
and rolled regularly. ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Paths, garden beds, and lawns. I gatoaBBBaaoaaaaagwaa
should all be neatly edged, and |
there Is no better edge than oui
local sawn stones cut suitably,
Each aawn-atone block meas-
ure-s roughly 2 feet by 1 foot.
These block* shimld lw sawn 1
'.nd"man'y'"oid In three, lerujthwlse. ., glvlm!
^d work and j > < gf. b, 4 ,,.
.. .maiihlv grant thick by 1 ft. deep.
We (are Sot'.lv "" saw each of these length-
, ?,, hell. w.'i. >"" '" baU. Result. 12 feet -
plications.
i*. 9.00 pan. The Common-
wealth Viewpoint ot this
unity.
,v. 11. i
promlu-
. nl prrsoiialities in Europe
North America '
.iltltutles (not .-ii .an thin
hi.ITT. i
. .in p ID TO i
iiomic 1'rotilems
tba i.kioi to be confide.
in any mini Of union ami
prneoti to date.
Thursday 8.30 p.m. The SlrategK
Naeds a coiisid< i
Uie ii i
Kiitl-v H 30 p.m. The 1' 111' kl
Possibilities a summing in
of the problems and prospect'
ol the future,
in addition Book* U) H.
Wednesday at a 30 i i
with iooks relating to the ones.ion
,.l KiiM.pi'.-ii "i AMaii.-t Unit i. ami
on Sunday 3td FOB
Forum' at 10.15 p.m. will present
a discussion on thv gMDpHt
with young
Up
122 Cu>e>
-HIE FAMILY WELFARE
SOCIETY was established in
1930 to provide relief to per-
sons in di-rtrtwsed circum-
stances in St. Michaels Parish
who would not normally re
cetve help fmrn the Poor Law
Guardians.
The Commdtee of ;
include, lhe Chureh^rc^ or a mon!h t ()
r^Sn S S aicblmdor.i-lppled. In all th-
m_C^rhurches, the Salvation wtthoul further funds. Some ol ld ,. w Moravian Churcnes society th. | eontinua iisalstamce.
^:^JS3S^u3k2>-*n ot sibl. the family i
C luba .
edging 4 inchea thick by B inches
deep, in six lengths.
As those blocks sell at 2s. per
block the number of block
At ast-aaassal isHorn an 122 tases wl" '* needed, and tho cost can
,AtlTltX'S.!r7. iS-lfof I, be work- out
and "the Mothers'
win
'l,ave""o'iactleirknuwleclgi' ad 'l., help themselves,
nd "eperlenco in the asabaun I
"9i'i
BCCF
Jims!"
: "'"'" ^'rc'Suv"'';.;.'
the home
,i j -.. ,, the fiiii'iiin nn
old enough to earn money and
\" hilo. the giant is diaconunui-,1

and
flfflfW*****- d'rWfZE ^ mon.
Th. Society helps many respee- Sodelp and 1. i. lo Ihem. ond to '"*S^Lt SS^mmilt'*
'-" " - --elcome manor, lo oar Island work I
their own, and who.do "^nJJJJJJ T s,..,,., ,, r , whlch be sent to:
hemsclves for charlly;_but wn^ und>|. M|#> SyMi chandler aarer-
r.rneslly to all to give as gener-
uslr as they can. Dona- ons may
ii .inieliir. for charily, cui -..~~ .,..
I'onvrnltte.-. Tlere '";'., ..., ,, ,.K. ,., wno . ,uf,er- Michael. 18. and will 1
... _,,. %, ,e,ious lodged
Si
da.
S-x-lety
.-lllcd unemplojed Ing from the effects "
..... Plantation Illness or accident and
the Advocate New.-
S? %>==. punuiuon
| .:.! wh- i'.p. :
4711
Eau de Quinine
Hair Tonic
A MAW TOUIC ladmrual
md prvt-aats the
__ r*-lstpn>P1lt Ot
DANUSI II
.. ,W h.ir -I. "***
i brave* trrri,iim pai-uiT>*
Two SUa-s
C. CARITON BROWM
5 Wholesale at eUUI Dmgght
*; US Roebuck HI- Dial 2S13
(v.**-.-.-.-.-.-.".-.-.---.
TRY IT TO-DAY
EMPKOTE
RICH IN PROTEIN. THE FOOD FOR MUSCI
BRAIN1 AND NERVE
Cane Bills
Cutlasses
Stencil Brushes
Sewing Twine
Galvanised Buckets Stencil Ink
Enamel Jugs-1 gin. L.C.M.S.
Wrenches
Spanners
Oil Cans
Cotton Waste
Shovels
Bass Brooms
Scrub Brushes
Wire Brushes
1 MI'KI.TI |
: '
ilrated food composed of milk powders. X
nd full crejm. speclslly cooked snd processed *)
.1 barley Hours, soluble csseln and pi-pared X
wheat germ has bee, designed to provide In s palatable forrn a v
w n-,url.hlng food beverage, rich In protein, the X
nitrogenous principle of food so necessary for the building up ^
va and body tissues and the maintenance of health X
ana Illness. _____ '
11V A TINTO! XL TEEL THE NIHIIIMI
ioli.ixs mil. sioiiis
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I'M i row
SUNDAY UVvOOTE
.1 VM \l<: \ 909 RUNS BEHIND FACES
ALMOST IMPOSSIBLE TVSk
fkuiaer Scor&a Chanecle$$ Century
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keu hi li,iini MU
SXTtTDW JWTIRY !. ltd
Barbados In Good Position
i

TV'
It
ing too to M

him lo the ex
M put up these

Dl T
.us (or the luss^of
fa nut nut.
innings, that cloi
i to.* tlM>

nfta.
.
. l'aecod with hu score at 18 cut
ill who had new
on lor King, but Proverbs

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I
wasi" *'*'"* """ naa ooe WIT 0 ii.vii The
ii.*irSrnurcn. ***"> n" t' '-.i now *i. Preaci
_ iiU*.*lri trir..iiKh I
I return
Boatno who tried to hi
Km* GMkM
Kirn; who had bee.
: l'i f
lip* oft the

yeai ago It i> comfort -
l .....I
form as he did I


HIGHLIGHT
and "B" II thai put on 93 for the
Will; i; a iflnbl ball from Marshall and .
Mudie to send 200 < thefj*"** ov"" "n should.-, ;,i mid- Thorl-in, ,,.-
bovd aftai .m. ir i 1 ,'' / -' -IT the last
P'V- A po H n:irbiKlos was 7 down for 2ft0T With the lolal at 44 JamjMca
. ,.,. and aa iJrpeua joined n. ppei Ui artefcM .
:( Pj"Xi out Ih, ., iln .ttemp, lo lurr, ^ rrorn !
lhT 'il "U <* *"" 12 ,fo/ hU century. Farmer u ,ker. but mlSMd th* ball h.Eh
",,n,Vn '" ' A Ms pad and an appeal fur
extra cover ..Tl Mudie and then DePeiza turned Bni- was UBheld hv 1'molrc'
| kc strike from open square let position to run Walcott Hf hM scored 24 in-
who nn,i f '" : -'- Imtf five l*undarlrJ in SI ;
mldotT DfPWw croased Muds* ..S boundaries In 31
lb- got till flflj includ- for four down to the fenc-io
inf. three boundaries >n 1 IS mln- front of the Ketwlnal.^ stand, and V Bonilto t.oes In
1th a single to mid off. the total moved to 23 Mexl .i.incd JTt-kcod
next over y'5d* I*""* over he came back on ...,<, playid out
nrludlm: a late rW I.. Williams root iltl(1 punched Mudie through the remaindei of ll-rker S over
Bid Prescod
cm one from Marshall past gully
o a boun^ ,.,,.... ,,,,..:,; ;; Kr::;::r si !*siff
with the total at 109 for the loss
of five wicket* Binni. the other
not out batsman is five.
FWllnwin* an IM wo
UAIWADOa 1.1
A M Tsylor rup awl
C t rats r Wk. .Binr... h um-r n
C W **nlth b Onoarldlr *i
W A Fain-! C A Bor>m I.
(laedttdap
Cl Prnnti. hr .Him... b Mill"
11 Willlama not au| H
N m *iui+,mu b Uuaw
P Km/ I FTffoJ b Ooodliasi
C. I*, l-iuj t Hudl b Tullbch l
M Kins **h Tlillnch 1
II Murk** r PtmcoS b HuSb 2
HH b I. n b 1 *
TUI "w
II o airluia I to* S. | far BS.
M. (er tl. I lot )M. I lot 1*4
l. fo. IM. f. It*
BOWLING ANALVai^
(i HiMlf 1 I S
H TulMA....... 4 1 t
IUIHA 1ST INMINO*
Mafshal

r Kins
ii id* rtiui
It..mi.I.n \
HI
rtf his claim as beina the heal 1 Z i..... I nd it was truly SSt powartull> ^'r ;"t ^^.f" TSZ
: Prescod at silly h"
; aoj antari
-

FARM1 K SCORES CENTURV
i
107 brought an end
nch was also the nucleus around
U Imilt.
fault with Farmer'* In
n wan earnad
1 -l.-ii.ntng and rigid :
'

! have bean iki blaml
pontatMous exten-
momantar) lapse In
** ter 1< .linings In which h. hid alveii
I seem11 ,-l, ,n,ied any.
HUH.Ill LIGHT

boui
sjpk

lehat n't imj last.
lejded >
with a
hard on di '- weond
mil Wi:li.,n. |.l..^ed

;
ttamptad > hook1
etch the mv.terl ni.irk m 20r>
IP in 295
* .cum hud one on
pi
boundarj
ia froa Barkar
ext over
With the total at 57, Frank
ib iG**nl. b T King
A Bum. b Klr.j
H. Uomtlo c BarKrr b T Km<
I Url*M run out
(I Mud* iwl uul
It Hill., b M-r.h.ll
A P..1HU, t MatUull b H Kinl
H. Tullscti b Manhall
Ib I. b 1 .
ToUl I
IIOWIJNO ANALYSIS
,. fl ;." King wm given hu -ecoud spell,
Kg SITS from th. pavilion d.
reacod who go
____ L II. i I .f ln> Hk^^a hHjl
-gain 1t ,, 3)2 his ( of me mat and
New Hall '* In 47
Daw
ip Willi
played out the
ta point, howl i .m..m partnarad Uomi-
acore waa eight and
1,n pattad tii, to short y,a>-'' on: the ratnalnaar. Nor-
II bowlad maiden
penad hH
an easy Mi an <>n drive to tho
" ofl Kmg and later sin-
Kins
. Marker
K M..:-f. .
11 WUliim*
IIA
i c ii'i"
.' .1 I
.Bin.,-
Ilr.ru
..:,*'
self in Ih,
isaaM m


it wan out foi
I I K
D| Of him-
far (i i.ui Dalian
:ht ..'. the end Of the nukenng

total U
.(',:
"> Ui lay per-..


\
TO liDWI.S WELL
A "
-r-assw
afaTaBBBBBBk.
mk awff n
aaV
- .....i.
then wen IH 3
touM ;ib ' mfw, proof of this BMp-
'uin for very lung ptii,. At
.
Urn* whan l
tnothar, His Bsures of
u fovd an indlcatfan ihi
an) it.
* be ha> bowled well enough in tins
* ajDtnrnffD ''I in* buna (Idea as a
.:. i ! l
|. M pace burfling honoui
PROMISE
THhl wuket in the llarbadot sec-
bUl he has sho-.v |
nut of turn mi the Kcnsing.
It It)
on i-ithei latched
'nrm '" e i -: and experienced
in and Whtnavtr h* nnsiitched he
noon Of in"i in the not too
i km BATTING
JAMAICA, (24 i iimiim.s i-unipletcly un-
-inn and
rnthusi Tlicv pushed
nail hi u i f play before Tnor-
when attempting a curiousb
. i u;ht _> baton bta

.-tte i i
.iff Barkar.
r ;i vnv lw inn
led a half vol tn hold
STILL till iKM L BATTING
[ol,N Mci-fcoD waa fortunaa of hii
f an a* ..sing ... eat ...
h | itBB ..II i .f :,..,;]. .;;!,.
Bl Ill mill., ili.it. U I I. to a
* be Shaped as if for n leg In
:
lo put u(i the 308 nweasary to
II to-i
i coopla .
.......>...
,i with tha ona to cover.
Parmer1 oked short one rrom
v.*ilch ,-,...-. Ii
had lasted for H8 mini
m Interval waa tilflcanl eaten, falling to his left "B .,. on
ai he did so. M irtball at the
(or the l.iss of fKir wnkets. Btflu wicKata w.m He bowlad la lle-
i .oundarles In
Mar>i r H7 ;hfs over, one with a powerful
nnlnia after five King Joined Dip nd tha other with I
alght drova ICOJ I
..ff the marh with ringta oft tha icraan for four. He snicked Marahall now boarlad from the
Mtkttta Una leg this b"w!cr dnr.;- t t)
' ' in Laod took
Ktn cover off
ket f..r a alngka ,
237 minutes with a br. H :i,.r mid a full- ,r"m ,,.
-Tater MaiMial. in at J^h. M
'
failed tn hold the
' I uh*TI la.
'. w. smnn i wkr hi a. i> ruliaeh
i. i- !-... b lioodndav
A A Farmer ikr -Binn.. b Mlllrr I
C H Williams c PiHTOd b A. Bonllt"
.1! b A Ronilla
A M Ttor c wkr iBtnnn b
i Ik'Viu .
II K."( nOl out
II rUrkrr D Uudlr
f>lr.. b 1. lb S. I
ran of k.u- i lo* to, 3 for si.
lor 143, 4 (or CM. lor JM. lor JH
or IM. for 113. t lor 1*1
ROWLING ANALYSIS
| total to JJJ7,
i


D. Thorbouxn Ibw Barkrr
J. l-rcod Ibw Klruj
N ..nut.) r Si b William* ,,,
J Mrl^Dd Ml tvlckrt b WillUma
A Rlnna nol out
)l Tlillorh Ibw William.
Ii Mudtr not out
IXtra*
TOial Ho* S wklai
:.f -LCkrl. I fur 44. I f..r
i lor 104
HOW I.IX, ANALYSkS
Square Cut
iiinmi;, hn
end-



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i mg 'nicked the
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' 'i^ilaJ^S*?; 8ully Tlie score was SM P"l ""> to the


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Itio whraa]
With six
IM Kor I.
1 vaJ ble ic
.
id nis score
Mar-
gull) to the boundary
e roi anotfwr
ra It.
1 : nun the
I cxpe
(lislnnt future
It


Marker, the U I
i" ! i: Jiiitto t.mn .in
Ingle io mid on. hbi Latar
I hla fourth in his i Ona from Norman Marshall
King wh.. liller through to tl;0 square leg botll
i Booltto Next over "" l,|;lp' il,ul nPXl mcn "lnK'ed to extra cover.
!i,. hi- pulled ir.eir third wicket
kit the remain- lo '* ticket |lt bring the Barha- whe i llonitt" returned one to
der of t&a i cloaa wflh a b : fl btnrlar mad-
nd uicomforta- ' *~ i flJOUrlimant no msiakr Tha total was now
1 I id scored 23 in-
mark with a mngie in which antnrpnami rive iK.undarles In 43
was almost run oul mi \-.,.lu,. minutes.
off '' ror VfcMn
n Bil Hi iA-od and
down "ii *iis victory, tark with a
knaaa to aand Mudk Lfa IVank Kunt
covara lo the fane font the pavilion
i. lad lha ci.d and Bums craainM him to
cover ti tha boaandnrj to send up 100
Ive, .<'* and Praacod t<">K 11 i "in on the board in 80 minutes.
Booltto pi. ,. u^ A full one from King wide nf the
his bat 01 i ., lucre In rtump went to the boundary
short line leg and B fur b>es.
Ii all within five yards Barkar trundUti from the l.i Williams- next tivcr, McLeod
' , __ j and Thorboui I knocked
account with u :i wckei UI aUemptinu
. widtst bou
o their toes. inching .. ....... _
II including
,nt r ' boundarj and In j3 nunutaa.
with . lag
i glad off the fourth a brief stay as he
drove high to Uv : >
t single, .' cul ior a coUfjli I Uti DOfOTa ha nld
.lr iv, the next hill to i!i, '"..:. bid lost
tme. punlahlnaj i ' .vithout addition
ar f"i single tor the is nunuti
.-..re tn RVOVa Tl,...l).mrn IS.
there was an appeal
With a fuil-hl i.u for light and the gam.- afjdjgd
MANNING WINS
CAPTAIN'S PRIZE
Mr. Geoffrey Mannnig with an
aggregate of 34 points won the
Captain's Prize when it was
played off yesterday afternoon at
th0 Rockley Golf Club, Christ
Church.
Mr. Manning after plav said
that the going was fair but at
t;m.-s he was playing "well
above/* himself.
lie said that the wind did not
assist in any way, also the fair-
way afforded little help.
Song Withdrawn
L'UI'fcNHAGLN. Jan. M.
Attar protests by the British
Ambassador Sir Alex Randall the
Copenhagen Music Hall has with-
drawn a sung containing offen-
sive references to princess Eliza-
beth and Princess Margaret.
The Ambassador made his
protest on Saturday to Nils
Svcnnmgsen, Director of the
Foreign Office. Later the singer
who made the song popular,
Signd Home Rasmuasen. said
she wm formally forbidden by
Justice Ministry to sing it again.
Tlie act called for her to ap-
tba stage of the A.B.C.
Music Hall dressed as Prime
Mini'tei Churchill. and the
theme of the song Is that as soon
as Churchill leaves his country,
the dominions start brcaklm.
awav from Britain. It is said
that the journeys by Britain's
Princess have not helped to hold
the Commonwealth together.


ON CLASSIFICATION
Should ltright Light' lfa In CS Or D
n} loom
t .fas* i. after the classifies-
% K T.T.C. and tha B.T.C
^-g^bkEjfl m .-tomary to indulge in
i^faaal bbbv ar-olds we saw
/ 1pw^*"1\ ':'-"'<' a glanci-
' i**T f \ in published at
[ \ I \ am which ware
- j v "' But raring out here has not
< nfoilunately. due to
the act up of baa ofl than are strong
grounds (or beliewr... sot unul we see
the formation ol I Cub
The wriui bail in has nol ceased to believe
and hope that such a Club will one day be formed, one can gueaa
how remote is the poaaUkUlta Of a Free Handicap. Nevertheless it
would be very interesting if somebody i oulU prevail upon Hie Iiandi-
cappcrs of the T.T.C. and Um B dOWB together and with
their combined cflorts produce a Free Handicap.
Without this, in,orucr u, iind out what they thought au .
two-year-olds, we must refer to tt* two ilassillcaUons which are issued
by the respective cluba every year after the Christmas mecungs.
This year wc find a dtfl Iwajaa the two bodies,
not about which horse waa best, but about how good the best one
was. They both agree that Bright Liht was far above anything
else of her age. But v. hen- the Barbados classiiiera have placed her
in D proper, their counterparts in Trinidad have promoted bar from
F to C2. Incidentally this is nnother record lor Bright Light aa she
now becomes tha second creole ever lo open her three-year-old career
in the imported classes The Brat was her sister Beat Wishes.
LOOKING at tha lorn o siatera in two con-
touuv* y**i BrljjM Light has been
i W. :..:. it will ix- remem-
bered, won two races In a; -old and the Trinidad
classifiers placed her in E2. She then won two races in Trinidad at.
the same age and thay p i C2. In none of these four races
did Best Wishes carry more Ul.ii 120 lbs.
Bright Light, on tha ran on in Barbados, for which
she was moved from F2 to F by the T.T.C. classifiers, and then she
won four ttnifhl lad. In the last two races bar
w-eijPhts were 133 and 140 lbs.
Now while I do not agree entire!) with the T.T.C. classifiers in
their placmu d Bright laght, I cannot say that they are in no way
justified In so doing. In all tha long list of unjusinivd classifications
made by the T.T.C. in regard to UtB CftOlaa 1 have never once found
fault with them for promoting any horse too high up the list which
has won with culuasal walatbt. In in.- cases of Pepper Wine. Tront
Bell. Ligan. The Garnoler, Ocaen Pearl, Atornle 11 and Best Wishes,
my argument was al-.. ken at rioot "f them had done
.mIUs. while some were
oven beaten with link- d weight, there aviated a con-
siderable amount of doubt abOU ihilltaOl. Possibly not a
lot. but enough to pivv. ping over two or three

TMIEKKFUKh II - now lind that Bright Light
must go int.. .ii. enough for her to
be placed in D 1 FaraDce Of hair a class
should call for any a*iv. i ., nlly that has proved
herself capable of nmnlng aw... Id with 140 lbs. In the
saddle. When Iiuik-i do ihu the doultl. in fact, must
be on in Not how good Is
ho, but what will tbi
Brigm Light, ... nrat nurse
of any age aUsoa bcawill did on lour races at a
L'bnatmai meeting and b ranL Ai
was a Huao J
and not only did he WU but he sel up a track, record
fur the five luilong. Aim UU QVnfOO iiuii Horn l'i lo
C2. 1 saw noinmg wrong witn fact that lu-igiu Lzitnt ao
voinphsiicu ii'i ... .... ...Hid u\x\
was a lull year behind to point out hat
UM IM'x
ihtijr oia Bi
Altai karigni L
Uva lists:
anaiainBi rhai u> r.ngni igut
ui Bortpwa i and I .....an ww
i.uni|ui rque perloim i,. m i i.....
Li lit not L>uto,us.t|ue,
it is duncuii
Supposi -i .j ior two-
year-ohi> of 1061, raro read
aoanathing Ilka thia: Bright Ugbt IM lha; Dunquanajui .
Rock 1 IH 1 iney 106
lbs.; Cardinal loo lbs.; Flying IM lbs.;
Meditation um lba.( Clab Diaroaa io3 lbs.; ttanbler
Koae 103 llw.; Siinlna |l 11 ll,.
The above 15 an ihm three In
all the raeaa foi I badoa In i5i.
With a few except i Luna and fr*r*lr*
all of which 1 > .. reea April's Dream and
Chiitiu-y, 1 think it giv. .u.ition of Uie respective merits
as wc can get.
LOCAL CLASSIFICATION PUBLISHED
THE Ii..
lion ....
year this process a I
Ikgaa worthy of some COnunant, working down the list, start
with Eniix-1- A, ... IBs) nas been claaalOed
ban ..nd it is nut In UV yet it is reasonable to
assume that m.i-u... ..:.idad she would
also have been in A claaa up hen had she been classiBcd before
the Christmas m i ,. .mid one cla
wuiiiii of tin- J..111.1L'.', | a track record in that
colony to boot?
Nevertheless 1 am glad to see tha; I i an demoted now
that we have had an la ...iuc. It show:; ttwl bill
;i..iu.ui to be placed bt C3
b) Barbados, our .. ihei from that
colony on their form m 1 tad the chance. It also teaches
some of us that we must learn our lessons the hard way.
TNIK next change 1 notfeM la the promotion of Finlady from C to
X B2 and the promotion of Dashing Plincaaa from C2 to C. Although
this means that they both wen- up a sub-class on their Trinidad classi-
fication foi lha Chi Imai mectflig I did not think there was any
dlBortnoa batwaan mem on tha i
Anotln-i i.l.,i tt1( placing of Watercress
in C2 1 fail : -oiii:,^ in this when
The Eagle, wh.. n : E class.
Mary Ann. who ii :,er but raced in D in
Trinidad, also deft B I ^s and is still in D class. Will some-
body please explain. 1 ,
But the most glarir.: ;. the promotion of Lunways
rrorn C2 to C not win a race
at the Christmas Meeting, this Is so surprising that it la completely
without precedent in th< don in the British West
Indies. Other than th.il ; ].uh
mi ally the classifica-
I i but Ihis
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BUMMY, JANUARY IT. l5t
BUND \ ADVOCATE
PACiK FIVE
JAN. 27 NO. 208
Australia Bat With Determination The Topic
[Milled Valentine
rear a
-in
ThllBII
Fnm HAROLD IM-t dred weien
SYDNEY, Jn. M. o the rails
rirrt item of the programme I^pe'cepUbly. Ilw
this fronting was th MMWf ened ma l* b> straight driving
lonclu-Vo o tha Was* Indian in- *g! wh,*a ,t*d rfP|'co1
r.lngs, b-jt rjUlUen and Valentine ""^"""V
ivftiMd to glow it i,, be quite *o **** ..l"**"
U that. Thiy pe.- I"*-Portl<9 ..
Hated for half an h. in and bv Mrllonald Is Onl
Hiring their stand t.. IS made H McDonald, a: gl to Ha-sett's 41
the We* Indian in- and the srore ai i-nf ft
begfcsaftng to 'ight hi* ean*
.. | . emtd to
off Miller and Vsl.-ntme happily ** no ob*,"clf' m nl* *JSn And
,-e but was w v*'y instant I ww wr
.*ward> " I"" waa bo*led b? Rama-
.ntnre wan eventually taught b* ">" *iHch .U on* "r tnr lh","s
Langler. bowled Mlllei for sU, -t""'"'1* happening U>
Uulllet, not out 11 Iain. p**v*n
.-,.. -j -.rt'ping low and hteDon-
'*1 ..1.1 more .w less *otehed
---------_,, b**" anA -hatter M, wltM He
Mi> Hailing aj Tw r,,. j:<8
MtDuiiald any Thuius opemJ Australia wa now a long way
to Gomez and Worrell who ha-1 ahead of their opponent* A game
>hang.-d ends from the previous that looked like finishing In tutK-
i ay. To: hall an hour, we had more than two days, waa now
k* pragma while these bidding fnir to stretrh to full
two young men tried to erase distant*, as long a* the Wi
memories of their efforts yester- Indies batimen were able M rep!)
dar. in kind lo Australia'* pre-nt
In half an hour they scored determined concentration.
MM them and again't ... ,. D _j.i
bowl.:. ihai whki. WmtmmmWmntmt
they had faced in the first Innings. After tea. the Weal Indies had
leelma tin- the reward for their long drawn
urn. BOUTS Wr1 In ihe Bald. Worrell pro-
oowling in the winching heat and voked in Harvey a marked tend-
to-day cold wind could- not enllv- emy to swing his bat just out-
iri.i naBSMllsg, Mde the off stump. Harvey scores
Alter half an hour the batsmen many brilliant aquaredrlvea anci
began lo venture scuilng struk** iquareeula from thli standpoint
nd Thorns drove Gomez with and Worrell working up log real
fair deciaum while McDonald on Pc. twice got that extm tin
Worrell foi two delicate long which snrcatenod the edfr oi
down tu BM leg. Watt ^V\^^7r7ri&Jr^
they pushed the J2-2J* ." X>d outSsin
i niona with ..iHd^n ranidiirf challenge. He waned OUt >">
and this time did find the edge
..rid C, in lien made the catch. Hai-
sight. Three for 152.
I iiui'ii \ PKESEVTAl lO\
of
Last Week
PHOSFERINE
for a new
appetite!
ir fn m ff wr r^' -'-g
tt "t run-n. it mat r* thK
IttlSFPHIX* ian .nui von need
1 ! raa-r* imiml
. ~\ run k*a
MM
A ARTHTJR prtMOb the Advocate Challeuit Cap W Vi.-a Weak**, Oaptam at Baatara (wa.
10bl-N eompeUUoai at the plantation of Cnpa at the Oair-aon Bavaiinali y"t*rt- aftarn'
AUo in th. pleinra ara Mr. K D O Fro-t aMrcUry of tke Polo dob jbaiwe........
and Mr. VMko) and three other m*mt>*T" of Bnaterv team. M
. Artbui
nRei. John Marah and Keith Melville
and after 45 mii^ites.
tuns on the board.
At ihis Bam Atkinson
hi I
U.'
.,7m ,* who h.d jnrsfa, srsr.-'
Ikiw or) live aver* for 11 runs T ___. l.. x._^_
i Busters Presented Witli
Advocate Challenge Cup
iwied live overs for 13 runs
ihnnigh the slips for a single.
The score was 33 when Ramad-
mez ho bowl for
ihe first time In the match. Hi*
first over was g maiden \VU
pltched-up and attacking the
uf a tremendous appeal by QOfMf
for l.b.w. Haasett wa* all Uani in
front and looked hopelessly loft.
but hp am given not out.
Miller Clowns
Miller after a slow -'.
X to swing his bat at the limit "I
EMPIRE
g> I raw Page 1
i. II nakwd to the econ-
riM .i Dgp hasM
uh ureaoiui yBari oi m-
Ihil vengeance will nut fall on
BjrttaJa ukine. To vast MoM n
olonial leintory Britain has
^JS*1!L,V5 ilnae hto'lonaTarmg and gaveu, o'nV
| much turn but his direc- -_ ,.* ._.--- ,.,_. lhB _,
, two Hue drives
H--
along the ground.
uked by delivery variations
length as if he were feeling for '
w apot that would moai
' -
Maiden Oven*
Atkinson still bowled on the '
wicket and allowed only an oc- ,,m?.-
asiona| single so that the P00I
ing was almost ceased, whl
Hamadhin engaged in hU du
AKTKR a Praentatfun Polo Match at the c;arrlson
veslnduv. Bustrrs, this season's Pln Cup winners, weiv
Arthur, wife of the r oi I-1 erf tha Btftado. ftto Club "2L tHm?2 JSSL u.
Two other Cups. Ih. 11 Wanm Bolton t hdDenga Cup Jlv, ,n mrunV undfT ,llW. rhev
and thr Y. D1 Lima Cup were presented to Busters anil pjiva brought medical care and
BrorM kg the most Roals. education. They have brought
tha easa oi the Dem- lujai m darkDaamg aj the ears
Of m wan afcao^i But if Britain leaeaa. daifaM
..hi .omc >woopiug back. All
Ihnt has l>een dom- will be brought
and Britain will ean
just reproaches
abQtl bTVM they hav^ l>e-

,'ext "over*"?.! ^2 mflid "">"I "^ "performed "might.- aaaaon jn this tournanant Lad ml
,,Cn sweeps and tremendous pulls., ...mng learn, like ..II the oth<.
. that twisted him in knot*all played a fast game lo beat Bron- let Was distributed to ruin Ba.uariam will i
"TiVr. wWhOUl conUcUng the ball. Pi- cos tod make n.. -i .m.. ng Hu- teams t balance m.....- >>nly gam
though once he shaded his eyea aeaaoni Cup Wlm Toa learns ti.kmg part in the bitterly ih.
and peered into the distance from The usual Bust V. cotnoaUttOti ptoplai
a Sitting DOalUon to look for the Weeke. lC.pl I, K. M.lvillr. A. MsnUaara: VOCO Deiilie (capt.l
ball which had been for some Arthur and M. Parker, but on a l*e Deam. J. Hansehell and O. H. FMrty years agoii was moved
in Guillen's hands. John M .rsh acted Johnson t>y enthusiasm for m pim
Miller is one of those rare as ^ubstilute and greallv assailed Bangera: CiH Michelin (capt.1. -trengthen and nolidlfy the Hrlli-h
players who Is convinced that tha team.
.., cricket Is a game. Incld. The Tournament
ivlth the batsman. His third over between foolery and gaiety it I- Th,- l
which contained several balls a game that he plays yery entertainment far those who avuil-
turning shortly was also a maid- *'H ,,1S ncxl tho^ was tour. ,.,, ,hrmelve nf the oapoi
en aEDonaBl watching the bail swept off Gomez with grind > f watchina the matches; although
bat. but once losing sfcfM " p| it nnd having it spring Iron another four through covers. wag ot
his bat to square leg. Hassett began W oberve that rr.iched la5t raar, TMt was chiefly
Juit bef'ire lunch, Gomez look having had hour* start. Miller (ju,. t tha I
Atkinson was yet overhauling him.
Both Thorn- and McDonald square-drove Ramsdhin. who had with the
nad Improved on their previous reappeared, for a flashing bound- result that savaral Jun
Thro the sppetiee fstb. he
i its! resource* at the body fad he
Mrcul and physical
energy ug ResHieoee *ea*^.
The cheerful rebound o bfc'-
diriVulnei dcstris you. It is withir.
the power of PH'JSFEBINF t.<
rercrsc ih pny-e** by reviving
the appciitr creates new energy
and vitality You feel a new lam
ni in lit.- ir* this grand 'otuc
tndav. In bflaiJ or tablet form
i PHOSPI KINE equal
lodmpt
F-dghill
Kmtagi
leapt I
and K
Just A (;iirop*e
D Wort Indie
InclUdsffj in the teams, and last

amieig all the taasni and only one

and Junlur Co
UHll '
Torlea control Ihr new
One event broke the featureless Miller seemed lucky to gt 1 ^k.' ournan.ent! *> J* tha flva gOais f<>> rOrts, l'..rliiim.-nt Ihough the Emjure
~ at c*f>l. Michelin who scored two for policy
showing and ware at least show- arT.
Ing careful if somewhat tlumy
defence. At last McDonald hfl I
hin pa^t point for three. Obviously in- A i
The lunch score was McDonald now faced with a bht )ob.
not out 15, Thorns not out 2, soon loday as we had belore. in dorad. Alih.
extras 1. totalno wickets for 42. the Second Tost here, a glimpao ^ impruy,.,,,,.,,, , uip nlavuip
uf Australian Te-1 Cricket IB rf ^^ Joinof, Who had boOsTpeo-
FeuturelesA Calm its traditional form. moted. the striking positioning
e event broke the featureless Miller aeemed lucky to gtt
calm of Iba nfteniui>n and that away with the l.b.w. appeal
happened early. In attempting 48 but two balls later, Valentine -------------
to pull Worrell. Thorns trod on turned one widely across Has-
his Bvickct and WU tJius owl for goU'i bat and Wckrell look n slip
28. and the total wat ooa f"r 55. catch. Hassett 4. Miller not aul
Hassett then ventured on to the 49( Extras five. Total four for ai
scene and took hi stand quietly 2i6. At this point, with 25 mln-
l gnd m the course t>f ules rffma|ning for play, t!
the next hour sndnhalf all the mrn upp ^nvSDuSrCS^ "T *rUP da'y-a dull d.
iITut olislTemerged as until Mdle, Ml^Hg c"
man with limited strokes ings-Australia forgot all about a.^,
. ,iog.:ed defence that he its First Innings collar
Ilghlc! i U wi'h hooks firmly set nbout building a dim- ,. h Mlr|
off Rsm:.dtil!, and Valentine, both cult total for the West [Mlas U> Oeataj b lUJla
,rf ho.r. were drop,,,,,,' I nra alch. Now 254 on with six w-k 1.-
'.,11. they arin caU forth an Al*"
enormous Fourth Innings < Boti
Somnnlent Crowd from the Wo-t Indies if the
fhe dfternoon was overcast, lilgllisalj are to win. Rui.
tlK- crowd was somnolent, anrf tho game Is assuntl of I
ihe game settlwl down to some- (,. on Monday which |l a inl-
thing near monotony, but the h(. no||davAustralia Daywith
. moved ahead with slnsles Inp r(Msequent benefit to tourists
and boundaries, taken against nnantP. And the end Is by
** BP M means certain \f'
trd had used. He had been
t Itictseo for his one slip to his Tnr boilers and no*>idy e*ao
Ihaa 30 yards to the
wicket StoUmeycT was doing t..ii. b om ...
precisely the name thing and the iiu~tt a ia(iui-n. fa
roWlbJ were the same StlhTr ftsT Wan*n
M Don Id roachod Idi 50 by Hii|c e Qmr., b Wu,n
sweeping Ramadhin for four, and n >ii c s*>mne*T bOww
Hassett brought up the hun- undwaii c
Keith IX-ane.
W Cham
Bnini*
Fi-. .
Busier^: V. Weekes (OBpt), K
A. Arthur and M. Farkei
who was involved fan a minor K
ii nig Bronco's first match
oat place was taken 1"
John Marsh.
The twn teams taking part U
yesterday's match *.n-Km Deem
'
; ; Bluea; ltd Vletoi Weeke.
Col. Michelin, Keith Deane and
\- Daana Rada

Good Floyers
TBa "iits'.andlng playei oi th
mr.trh were I^e Deane who penfOd
Bridshaw "and bnptra by building a teal and
i iihix ..| stito'tuif lift- i tin
ton Of the U.S.A. Our m.asui.
of nieces* hua been Miiall. And1
that i only another way of sav-
,ni .< devastating measure ot
failure Is giving; us u sense of
.diet fiustrauoo.
Never in my lifelong campaign-
ng lor the cause of Ihe Brnl>ire
|um I round It PB hnpeleai a task
1 it credible that a nation
can't v.atch the greatest of then
l .ft mis rrumblmg and the
t their wealth pawing to
other hands with no feeling except
perhaps a faint and monetary li -
realUonT It nhould ha In i
but It inav ba line
Hut there is a gleam of hope.
Hrltain is now being given anothi
Icy play
i part in their wat*
lt*l~nn b O
r Wn-k.ii li Wofll
|S|,|| v I.I l-.-.l.c.

I
. -M

spt.l
AostralU-s IM SBaafanl
".....i
Miller
AUSTHA1.IA
.1 ii RnmndhlTi

Mole not fill
Tr.i ffM i BOB M
th.- BtUoil and V. Weekes and M. lion resulta Just because th
Id. i ill who each scored .'in'. LaO Hrltlsh public refused to take nni
-ik good advanlage of Interest In lmjM>rla1 affairs,
from hi- taOBI matea and Ovai many el.vlion campaign'
,te. in Ihe past, however, that part.
Beds scored in the firs! chufcha >s pladgOd to tha Empir--. They
when Lag Dene rollow.ii ii i nilnllad thel
1 hit from a team mate .owl i-e. This time will u*
nd chukka, i -. '"'"' '>'' iie.ige
Desna acored two and Vktoi n-'giect and ignore t I
Daane one. W *ff ';
Th.- Blues started off the third P^g wt" "* '
chukka very fast and Col. Michelin
yetting his accuracy to
dash, was
able lo leora two to put Blues in
favourable poaUhxa. Tlie
score was now thtee-two. Bluet
i urth rhukka. Bl
unuad the tpuitad phi
h id begun In the pravloul chukka
Urging hr. hi'i to th.
fronl gnd pntw I
from hilling the ball well. He v
pbki to tn They
entlkka I" draw thing-, n.nre u,. .
even. Beds, howevii. were -till BUUddc
| with the score four three, i.odtes
i.ee Daana mansBsd to icari British rigM and
early In the last chukka. but after havs baon gl
that goal there was an even tussle pace and an
with Blue-: fighting hind though Tory Oovarnasant mutt carry <
they were now getting tired. They it ta-k of national irvlval.
riable to score again. aBSjaM
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nut tl the h"H- >"in| t
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MHS. GLADYS LATH
be an exceptional
in Uhese days.
It was Mrs. Leith who said (dur-
ing a court dispute with he.
dressmakers yesterday) "So-ni
1 I manage irilh ttro ot
three evening frockt a if*
but I like seven or rtuht."
1 si* housewives I spok*
to-day not one buys mure >ha .
Ina dress a year
Usual reasons. "No money to
spare on fripperies". "We don',
gu out enough these days":
"Nobody seems to dress up
Ad It's sch'-il uniform'
g worrying DM at pre-
sent, not evening dresses."
Even women in public Ufl did
not equal Mrs. X-eiEl.

Jjinuriu Hmk'v .1. n..>.lo^i
.nd autl 0 1 Ol In dM
i.,-t Honoui Uil *'( rtaV
vsjnlnl drajM In two years and
about two dinner drt
((fr-.il!!: II n,]. |i
Until I was '" I h.id
it.
Vm J need them for work :
Family Welfare
AMONG THE MANY PROBLEMS pressing upon us
in these days is one that u above all others important :
preservation of our family way of life.
ReN is our top-rank social institution, and it is at the
same time the nearest many of us come to that "1.. 1
upon earth" that the philosophers taik about It is, of all
our social necessities, the most necessary.

-"* *.".
NrtUCU
E I I. K F. X
""RORT-.
I I M N
A... but make-up
can tell a lie
sti
Rrtlt
M 1
Humpty-Dun] I
dinner dress and one full c\
ing gown we me through
month.*."
Noimi Aitdr. il'.i. opt
giving a recital in London this
week "1 buy about 20 a year.
liarajlng lOO dollars each, hut
thesf ;.re mostly for my Work.*1 This i
Mv ou>n count Is one In thTl
year*. But the one before la::
did dull* /or ten pears
Light Up
FIGURES of .last October's
tobacco consumption in
llritaln. announced to-day,
were In* htflbssri sjvor21.131),-
0001b.
This means that manufacturers
are making morenot that Ihe
public arc necessarily buyinr
mpre. says Mr. naUaWOtOM, o)
the National Union of Itotail
TobaecM
But he points to the large post-
women pmok*
lining. ts|)ocially weien match-
ing the frock ben
I inol.... Small
-MIILDKEN in larger no*
+-* than they were before the
n- aar,
. :
with weigh'. '
But manufacturer:, of
.snail children's clothes refuse
(O recognise facts. They still
produce pre-war sues.
typical letter from
she m r>rks to be lulify them.
* U*. kkeuned in* 1
l> pc*. of mouth* tnd M llurnes
lives her < d ii 1'- i. .i.liiik oi
e eh. lor.;h.i with practical
advirr on Up make-up
1 HfAVY LOWER HI
a BOiatiJe chararn>r. Good ii
but iru iitiril to bt lazy
firm Ihi I top Up u'Hh a
ityfitJi/ darker shade of lip-
itlck. fress lip* (ooether anu ulctured
print 0fOM a uood auid
Stop short o/ the eorMfl I '
bottom lip and shade off co^o1('
uit'i the little finger
It is from Mrs Chm- THIN' UrS Indleatr a purposeful
i Snirley. of Town Court charae er and slireudnesa.
W<*xl. Afofce lips look lary.-r and fuller
"Mi ion, tluec years old last hy uing clear, bold red and
bar, weighs >sl. 5lba. and bu buildtna up the comers un- J"1' cn
la 3ft "ins. tall. oiiirii4ii>.Ii/. with
"At 14 months, when Stephen tension ol the c*1
>g to walk, he had to CLASSICALLY
kasMuwi ihe cityward trand and by w.
mm usMisw a*tfHtMMg tiois instead, OebHMsUbbI
tMMShMHi aaaa asMMaav said aDout the i
.^ im . imssmsh s*>m (Usm's on IbUBbIj sMOlULy, a piw-
HSMaH..... IM ""< '-"-J Itott.viioll Mi.Il Ml paui > Hi.fc.i._
u-l^-v* sugawMsa, .. and 0>u..i
KM " svu-i ..- I we UloJI UlC ilaix, ...
.<. Vsaasai " ssisj ...v.. u>' ** have inree. Uiv HpgM
eosagan .ii Hm old aad ina bowj
tauxrt wiacu wc QBSfe1 *"*' m'Uuie class, uiviuij into up-
aiw, UMbsksj assUHi P" and lower; and BM
woulu out wuh> . elaas. These distinction* hi
.......usual, a. w kau uu . jr. port-nt, because do inatUr what
ousawnoa u> utvui. *ur fifwium we **> bout da
M nave .n.iutfl yv*..*- eQualiiy. they are there.
trrtnintrauy. wiu.u a aoou iiui.. In Ule old upper class the pnn-
iwu - n buMvu Hu me I110JV.UU01, ifSssraM "-' iron*- ancestors and who are one's rela-
uoiiai laJBIiy .uva waa u|, a uuwmi Uvc,? Background is the testing
IM cu-opvJuwu. We now nave pom*- One of the cuiuUnt WOT-
peopie uvuig in ciokuiy-pacHwu r'** ' **! group if to keep its
.lUet, auDjeci to all uieuuuiaciioiu young people from marrying m-
H uioaii *ue, i'n^"d ol Ule eaui discreetly someone OIlW
let s-sucK-togeuicr groups ol ruia. group,
btta. we luivc tne enaugeu suiua 0r"' "' u"' BaaTupUw ;
gaon, oue to uwir new-louiu ';'""iy Ufa > thai 10 DsanjF fam-
SOOsMOUC iiiueyenueute, and linrv """s wlUl an urK* to climb soci-1-
UJ BBa opponumiy ouered to all ** have ' >>> with their group
iiiemuera ol Uie lamUy to go ;u * part of the price they pay. 11
worn. 'In older days, the bread- ls en a pay, Bnd
winner was We guiue, counaeUor, Inevitably It mean* a ru; I
support and law-giver ol tne the f. mily pattern ||
huuscuolu: today, everyone has an to be reckoned by any family with
equ-ior equally loouvoice In el-mblng a>i
laiiuly affairs. Economic Worries
What is the Foundation ? Some persons will say that most
The family i* built upon lovo family disruption stems fr i
All literature records the yearning anelal and economic causes, but
rlgnifie* of human beings for love. The w* need to proceed with
greatest poems revolve around it- miking any such Judgment. N.i-
Our noblest writers have, at U/Jir where 1^ It more true than in par-
lughest moments, described the vmnl relations th t thimv
joys of fulfilled love, and have always what they -cem. The
for us Uie wretchea "financial tension" ;.
^uiieimg vir>ned upon those who ly deplored may
tnrow u away or lose it. overt expression of other
How cioea love snow itself in the and disappointments and ti
family? Not principally In acUoiu, Economic matters nrP (mn't-
or in bubbhng-over enihuaiaam.. tant in f.mlly life, but they tin not
but In UN calm feeling that '.. ,. r te to,, billing. Pemnn- with ur
is a group of people, intimate from Hable personalities can q
over money miller*
wear heavy walking shoes.
manufacturer* do noj make kid
shoos with non-slip soles In a
sfst lafflBf than S. He now
dothes for a stx-year-
old."
The MuuMry of Health have been
(inducting a nntional survey
ring the lau two yean to
b..byiiood, who
,., leel pnue m Ins succes.s
cwri-es aI lu" lau"n-*- a"u shame at his
SHAPED disgrace.
MOt TH. wiUi clearly deHned What M Stability ?
Cupid's bow. Set of tap lip TlM family hold* It* DP -
- i !- superiority. vnunent place in our way of .ii'
SpoNipht the perfect mouth by because It Is the only pos.su....
taeartno vivid Upsflrlcs. Htot o0 upon which u society of It- ''y far break-tin.
any excesi u-itli tusne and sponsible human beings has ever
pou>d4-r over the fop. Take col- found it practicable to build for
our well inside lips.lo piee on the future and maintain the valuci
.(Illy
boul nnvthlng else. T>*>-e
mnko sure to keep qoabla Itm-
ner:iment ran m'.....
to r.llv Irvine rror-nr-
lems. Let's not i.-ike (he g
"nt bv unlnr- buHpet dlfHe '
on whlcn to hm rrspon*lbll-
V. face more nervous wor-
rv gad strain today and find
vmoking eonstOrtsCssaH he told
i M. quoted example* of
who took paii-tiiTie jo1..
to earn their ctflaiatW money
A la.ndon bar-tender told me he
finds more crimson-tipped rig-
gtttte tubs in tin- ishtnyi that,
plain one*.
mess woman I QjUaiaad
about her smoking habits con-
fexsed that she
i" Mi' a year o
I like mu 10 a u-eek. but / do NOT
like to see the follovlng smok-
Girls'inder 18;
FUtrrtu women;
\nking in the streeU;
Chain smoking;
Cipareffe* dropplnp nut of a
oinan'fl mouth.
Virofine- stained finger* on a u -
Spotliu-ht on TeenaRers
TEENAGE STYLES are receiv-
ing more attention from de-
signer, in the New Year. Chub-
hie* is a new group for girl*
bttWtan 11 and 14, with more
than average puppy-fat to
ianinuiluge.
Anothei range, called Miss I>cbul.
.. the average p-war rfi LVpSUa^'aeVi ih'at their lhe>' chefah "' lh '""S*:
v.ights and heights of 'children .^ ^ senerluV and ,^e 'l iCcnii neMr>' tor
under 3 Their undings-to be !, ? r.v irn^r??? ".WP11
,u about | >ear-may ^^ **$ ** """ f
To fine dou'n a large ?noiith.
irate the outline juit Inside
UM natural maratn. Take col-
our as high ai natural Itp-lito-
World (Dp>rliht KeM-rved
L.E.R
Approaehinu Mnrriagc
Marriage is not something mat
i.'i a ceremony, u u, ,,ul
nulling ii, winiii mccmg u M.
UXtd ii Uie young ptOptfl
J y"
bn
necessary for the
.. -f mind of reader who fear ,,u U1C
the worst, to ilreag the fact that fcame backgrouuu, uauuo
in a world of change the family economic status. It is not KU ilV -
also changes. But the Intluer.e,. of lccu aUlCt3 by ^^ mavEZmZ*
social heritage has in the long co.Kepuo.uT o7 ^n-il^u Uv t
Tun outweighed social mnoyat.on .at>.Ul^ vUK vt u c
Even if. for a time, society de- Qejaj ,l-lui-c
part- from past standards, the Ihe only ihii,g Uiat works afl*e.
StruetUT. aonilo right itself on tivvl> ^ s*.es lu, *
p level which Its he new en- u KlIlsaiu oI lul;-i JJ ^
vironment. Thit i* the rhraetcr uilltd luilR ,n ,
my of civiliiaUon. to set aside the u ^ SZT.".1
__ not work. easy-to-follow traditional patten) ,-u. .,,, ,i n!,,,, '"a-i0-
,,,,.- tombte Mbonftn of it ..ii^ws me to no down on food whlli isins|i|jlin Into avsttnlDg "..",..;,,, ;.im. ,
^lon stoekings. She wiU be jobs, it losdata ma boalda ttul baafan The vital thing is toPf* ,..:!. *"M.,_.'! "-""^""^d opara-
penuade manufacturers
change their sizing systems.
Bgures alrtady show that
mhool children have Increas-
ed their height since before
bj l-Tn.-lln. and Uieir
Weight bv 11-211. (3-3'-lb. for
Iris.)
Nylons to Burn
THE SOCIALIST PSALM
bad apant about KJEWS item from teheran the government
i cigarettes 1^1 TO-OAY Queen Sor- Shepherd. 1 need noi
accompanied by other Persian factoriei
women members of a league [| de-tioyeth my initial
wniej refuses to wear clothes leadcth me in Ihe path.'
bought with foreign currency.
Result of the closing of the Per-
sian murket to British nylon--:;
ther- may lempoiarily be a
few more nylons on sale at
horre says Miss Margaret Ree-
kie >f the British Nylon spin-
nan
Nylon stockings as a profitable
Hri'ish export. The Board of
Trade's figures for the 70
f the
I'-.rasite for PoHUc'1 bake,
Yea, even though I w.ilk through
the valley of laziness and dobott
spending, 1 will fear no evil for
the GOVERNMENT U with me.
It prepare!h me tor an tOBnomte
Utopia by appropriating the
earnings of my grandchildren.
elements of rlvillsa- fWtOooa of sBoUt
, ideals, standard- and
-nd inai dOM ..way wiui the
Intel Us.-penU-
serve thow
tlon, culture, lueais. standard- and aw uuumi'i-----
,,,,,0 k,ck S p.,- ha. rr EWSfl S3 J?%Sl
aood. and mcrn Ihrm with IV , llre , ,,.
new or chan,^ fndor, which the 11MdKl- ,,, ^o
Ftrsonal and Social walkiii, hna-m-hand along boil.
It the family were 10 be swepl *unl,t uplands and dark valfey..
way, Um world would wwui. The Family Council
a Dtact) Of rifciinciitalion. chaos and orui^ logclher in a bu-
ll llllelh my head with Baloney; deflation. Why? because the nionlous pattern tho personal
..., ...o.v. m .r ,v ~- "2 'THF'clovra'ffuSiw *.ii """"' """ "BM """ v"-" ""i"'.^ dMte* <" ,u mtinbtr.,
po:- coontnes up to November .'urci> iiiboovtjii.it,v snail funcuons lt provides sustenance -""d the group needs o( the fam-
$0 lar year are 5.03b.noo tor ",0 <"' " ">> '..... 'l <' "v ..nd tr.i
year .
fully-fashioned and 725,000
for -i .nrlcs-
No Passes ?
*TM,E old saying that men sel-
life. and 1 shall dw 1 in a Fool >
Paradise FOREVER.
Walavon A. IKmphrey-Gakkln.
I trains its members in the art "y. ,*he "family
il" has basa
--------- r .>) > i i___ "(> "" **,* *o* iiui linn i-
and early twent
Coal linings are almost more
Important than the coat. Con-
trast colours are gay; quilting "r"
is warm for the rest of the will *
ter months, bright tartan in
wool or silk Is good for coun-
try wear.
Wool Jersey makes tin elegant
tho wear glasses may be up-
set by the latest spectacle
frames.
ST. GEORGE'S
First day of the Grenada Ann-
Indu-tnal Exhibit- ^insuna;
bee
*- day
Wednesday January 3d, ha:
the shafts are impreg- cuj^rij
n .'ed with perfi-----
ATTRACTIVE Htuiiarlaii-bara
Maria Homes reads ebai
trrs (Tom her clients' lips as event is 'promised and
there have been over "00 entries,
exclusive of those for school
competitions, with Just five mon-
lavs to go before closing date.
An appeal for persons modi
if survivuig; it provides the devised,
earliest group association, teacnuig Family Ritual
the art of social living; and it Is Very like the family council in
the primary place where the values Its effect, though not in it* form 11 -
and knowledge of culture are ity of organization. Is ritual. Thh
passed from gencrauon to genera- is a way of acting that acquires a
**>. certain Tightness" In each family.
hc4esorne and construcUve It is not merely a code of behav-
! b. Ilia 1 ....!.- ...Ill .U.ttD_ L_____ S a _
Hut .
irate
' "!. '"" wU1 ""T ,our- bu' '" "self to include
-Icty. The nun who partlclpi.tlor in family prayer In
proclaimed a public 'hob- le within the family to accom- religious observances." In hobb'lcj
Very keen interest In the modalc himself to others, to sub- in observing birthdavs and ChrUt-
outmate when "ecessary. his per- m0s. and In many other way. It
tonal interest to the interest ol the Is largely through family ritual
sroup, ahd to toltrat. In other, that culture I. developed and pass-
lads and habit, he would con- ed on through generations
demn In himself: that man has Mealtime provides a recurring
learned many of the lessons neces- opportunity for ritual. It Is then
sur, to his becoming a good work- jU.at ,, (amliy , p^
destitute by last Monday morn- "tar, a good executive and a good Vase: the members are together 1"
ng's Ure In St. George's ha -citizen. one place for a definite period:
been launched by the St. Mitel ol Classes and there are fewer distractions
George's District Board with nn We must pass by. In this Letter, than at most other time, of the
Initial donation of 1100 Ihe disruption brought about by day.
without refrigeration
Families in every pan ol ihe world are st.ured ol milk un-
failingly ir and htalihiul *hn ihey uie K1IM
Your Kl IM milk ii pron-iird in the linsgainiidarrtpnew,
con ism ina I ion and an> lunn . il keep* uiihtui rrlriger-
aiion. Since w nh Kl IM there it no wane or ISSltsage. SOU
gel your full ni.n>' worth of this supetioc quslm n>ilk
Uw* m the very Uu ouiu*.
1 KLIM is pore, safe mils
^KLIMKEEPSWITHOUTRCFRIGEItATION J
3 KLIMquallty Is always HRrform
4 KLIM is eicellent for qrowlnq children
5 KLIM add* nourishment to cooked dishes
6 KLIM i% recommended for infant feeding
7 KLIMissofe m the spcciolly-packedlin
8 KLIMis produced under strictest control
t pure wo'sr, odd KlIM,
lftr and you hove
pure, safe milk
ITCHING
INFLAMED
SKIN
D!
TV flowing hcuity ./ crepe
n fsrif p-i'ui iYii r.' gte&ta as)
t'ia in I iTifuion'i huwriotu rayon I...
fctflrisft) '''.') wlawn ...a*
avattPbatli '"-'< gesraad at " >"
mptrhlf ami Jcmihf I -

KLIM : MILK
IMT IN PRIrlllHCI TMl WORLD OVER
I .-'JK\ F.B,Armsteong Ltd
V BsltaBBBBfe. SSSSSSSSS
RMaolicM itchlnf-
eat skss. aptedily ornlopt true it nan, .
puapln sad opea som unless casckra
Thauataik *a* .fan uRrrt bait prof '
utat utrn Is aodung men sun la mule
chsa D.D.D. Presuipooa. Thss fsnviui
liquid tattot aWi peorosu Ms* tortund
kia ua.nn, atUKB lb* rmning irnn. anJ
ddt ows the infecnon Vbarerer (brn> <'
SiDlntabUligmaiTaupaunsoddiUrri.
- ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. BOIl.i.
EKUPTIONS, rglCKI.V HEAT.
MALARIA SORES or RINGWORM
ust a few sppLcaOODi of srooderf^
ODD Preatnr-non w.11 ite uutsn'
Mbef Prrarvm. and OM aood res*.' .
wiUbc testing I DO D PreacnpOoa i>
obUUDibte from cbemiHi and More*
^erywhare
Brldraiowr
aaSoMil
.PRESCRIPTION


SI SOW J UflJABI 27. IM2
-.1 \ii\Y U>
I'M.I -.IMN
\\ hat's Cooking
In Th- Kitchen
SEWING CIRCLE
n rtwv NOLAN
WELL PLANNED YOKES add interest to many styles.
The hon.. .11 Hnd that yokes offer a fertile field ukc|1 tuT rav,0i, sometimes and
You Need Charm to Titan about Jown
1 %eek
recipe* (or gno<

'.
for ho talents. Of hmmmj n>' form of designing is also ,nev are
farm of art but all of us have some art talent and even
latent will grow with practice
biflhtai
Study f annum picture- ,.i fw
Trj drawing smie of these
yokes on copies or your basic
pattern. Achieving exactly the
sain* proportions as the picture
your are copying may not be ca*>
nt ftrst but keep trying
Figure 1 Show* n*ind yoke.
Notice that this yoke
the tip of the shoulder or where
the shoulder seam meets the
sleeve scam. The lowest point oi
yoke curve Is just above the ilrst
twb m& M
Unolnll,
Workfor a Princess j g^^.
JAGUAR.
By SUSAN DEACON
lii.W
.ndbu Uiame."
>|uote 1"'
! 1,1... .;... l..\
'.* i
Th
ikjout
Cook the slice* of meat in some AND~ H ARDWOHKING In Mi
butter Ml nee it and add to it peake'* \mt\ job. researching for
2 tablespoons!ul of bo.led spinach Xhe Conservative Central O trice,
(quite dry), 1 tablespoenful of sni. worked extremely hard and
grated cheese, one en **>"* never minded staying late."
Figuie 3 Hart* -lice of ham minced. I teaspoon-
in the shoulder '" "( ltum and un* D" of nul" You "**** TACT "'!. WCCA '"
of the "'! laccord.im U taste). Mix all research was nop secret .so M.sa
. ,? with a wooden spoon. Now pre- Peake u used to "not talking
the dough Sift the , of You need CHARM. An ea-col-
From the position
ndcrarm darts in the picture you
ee that the lowest point of
UCSY icrning a Job whfc h n i> -W i nagers
last only three nonUM. is 28-....r- drink, beer an.i ,ider. aae, we
old Iris Peaka, ilnuMi .N'^-^wTh
MR fo. Uds isklnc I I "\ **"
North, and new temporary lady- w.MM. The, ">"-> '"" JT
ling to Princes* Marg..r. i thirt wine to <*"* w V:
It .s.JobmortgIrUv.111 cm,. 1. tk*. HAIIMFL'L. A docto.
What QU.llflc.Uon. are needed sv- ^ ^ ^^^ .
A LITTLE SHORTHAND MM would eonttsn only just over nine JAG UAH XKI2". Mk \ II BM
Peake-) speed was 120 when he fm cent of aiciml. which The Jaguar i. now in Baroao
luushed naming ten veert ago. wouldn't haim .my child | the moi.
KFFlCIFN-l s. luethini; Warmer For The leatures to note In
Men rypa KR one that
HWI -.
new pHiv.ic produ
-l. 1 ikl new or untne.i inv.
a blend .1 kn-wn and pre,.
rcntottg w imiw M eieai to tan designs of the high^t Tint
Rtm what "id MM brought about the but eo
f so unparalleled an
i than nylon and be defin. | an F-ninnc that onv. <
for those preferring U
I
. .
Ask to M-
WUt the
. ih.t" Mo
You need
:,ned and mane *rees There
the slightest MM
vou cant jcc n
Sable Mr,
lldred Wntkins (PI
ouae v
thai
placed
July each from
the kitchen table.
and the
Add league
of attractive glil
li
Peake li
ear] !":
mm i* about level with ,,0,lr ol
hust point. Tiy skeUhmg ie iw ------T. :~ >T1 ui,r
| S on as before to e. one tijbWpotjJh.l ^ R A ^^ in
' fc / obtain the lines most becoming of water and i, Pm,n ,,( ^j' "^ her father's constituency says
to vou. When vou have cut the the dough until M.ft and dtvirf. ^ JJ JJ mU(.h ^^^ (.aMl
button On your basic bodice yoke pattern from the bodice Into ,wo J^'". *i! JJ5 i'ou ""-W1"' !" * >Wa ",l1 '
on your pattern and pin u
bade darts then hold th
inches between each.
\\ ifgXDMi
\t UM drim
M"UE IJl'HK.
ndBrfun
Mr Pavirl CrOHCH, Of Hk I
Slieert onh .t taste a'ld

makes not Mm
elvel
lluef n-.him.il J.:ia
BMN UM
Her
>our
p.t-
tern on you in front of your mir-
ror with the neckline turned
back to form the lapels. When
you are sure you have the but-
ton in the proper location unpin
the darts so the pattern will lay from lhe nrt wnirn mciu,
iUt and draw In a gentle curve
(rom the shoulder tip to point
about an half inch above the
first button. Work over the
< urve until it i* smooth, then re-
pin darts and try before your
>n lap and facing ~.
voke This yoke U also vei Ugh does not get a
when tucked This may On the first sheet put the mixture
be done in two dlSerent way*, in small heaps a* big -
vou may tuck section of cloth leaving two
and then cut its outlines by your
yoke pattern or you may crease
tucks in another piece of paper
and cut another yoke pattern
. includes the
tOCks. The last method necessi-
tates marking the tucks accurately
before stitching.
Mi of eg*r)gtt*
the underarm
i ARE .
After you have practised mak-
ing voke patterns from pictures
nlrxor again. Keep working' on try designing some original yokes
the curve until It looks right on on >our basic. The possible
you. Cut the pattern parl -.n designs are numerous. Cover ith **
the curve and add *cam allow- The best method for stitch tog douin atld press between Mft of
anc* toTooth cdgMV most 1 W I '" 'f" ">der the the agnolotli. Cut with a knife
tV voki In Slurc 2 start* at yoke seam and lap the yoke over ^ you haVe dipped in flour ieM ..
Si Tl.-voke the bailee seam. Base carefully lgnoiotti (like Irtue suaies) huytn, ihe wine waiters In Lon-
kimono lee\e ^^ (ho mllure ls ^f^iy hut h-irdressers say: -Deflidtely ucs."
----------------------------- .nsi.le by pressing with your nn- TO-DAY girls start growing up
. ger all nAind each of them. Put when they are 12 to 14. At 10.
I n LlnCOIlllUl ia.llIC have *UBtC(| w,lh our put knco.- party dress, and at 14 order
a sauccpun on the ilru with some an nnkle-lengl
Mr David ( roueh. or ii- i i VKf20 Fnauw to have a Hcim-
l-. puved .- M-1 m ..s develop- ^^^.^f,^, f , ,,
*w r.."r ..cc^t XssiCSaa, t ^S5S
JSHvlFS? be 8SOTS
Peake herself says: "/ hare no a year men s s<
Idea. I dun"I know I'nneess Mar- StWj
nnret t,ell. oirfi.wuh I here mef V.
"wiilCMisa Peake need a new 'i*erni*' Don't 1-nst As I-ni:
>. rrdmbo I" start her new lob.' U Ml
No. She says: "I am bapiu f,- mg] pern Wai
only / new clothes. Probablif not now la^t ;i> long as a pre-'
c]
i bow
*lll be in the

Iron Aiioy.

..,,,. Man
i
ever DM
, MOjgl

the
MR
To-dnv's Youn|i>lers Arc
Older
children growing up more
these days* The shop
Children
"Children don't experience phy-
, aajl Mid M soon as i'. PRK-WAR. Ha > did :
SboUln.'throw L agnolotli u. afull-lc.ngih dress until they
the water and let them boil for 10 *
^gsana-
_j >..- i.i.ri i~.! "i. ___, tan years .
Ihe point on
. curvMJ
.'.I ...
[ront the yoki
point of Um v
Hr step ii to esUblUh the neck-
Un Twn sum from the under- ttm gM^rtotrt
and sketch In the ing dressing gowns and fur-lined bed- -~ (omoto MUCC, you" ctn put
room slippers. >et they prefer i om(, tilll|c l(U,ior anr| grate chceoo
. M( .(IK, m. troaa waft b-refootod on ^M"gp- on tham in either ways they
the underarm seam leum and stand In howlm u, ,^, serve hot
ut to become draughts rather than put these An<) now bm ra,y ^ip,. for
_ At tho centra gnrments on. They can pla.ur ^
...... their fingers with an ^ealve
i>ecklinc. The mixture of congealed inarnwlad.
leaf mould and p-tor paint and
!ne task requlr-
iiiiuhsuch a il i- biscuit but fi
ardTor ptay- fashioned French BISCUIT.
HA1HDI KS^I ''
rnjm want a MR, i ' P
jo-.king wave trill they ask foi
only a 'light' perm, which ohvi-
0Uly will not last o long '
At the prices they charge for n
Kim these day* 1 Ihink it should
both natural and lasting
|i.i-sii.i: \ Noon : I'rni.."
PRINCftSfl Al-EXANDHIA i*
u< IS. now taller than her cousini-
prlneees Eliral-eth and Margaret
1 SAW dm with h.
t.ie Duchess of Kent, in Mr. Nor-
i .an HartnclU showrnom recent-
ly, having a fitting for a port'
have a far dreys. ,
tsTMs. -- .....-5RS." ..rr^';v;
M"j'i jyssnj i?. ss s raja. '"^
'.eo ist 17and there was
Valve SoaUnga
:M'.ili

i Crankshaft < Bearings each ol
. larger than ha\e
ously been u
.rijMg and re-
._ lo a large degree f> i
xiepti..nal smoothneas, with
UM J.'guar XK'.
The JAOCAR MkVlI I
.,! ChOMM Uarage HI
.....ttoa i.'
of 2o colours. Wag* .
in to see . .s you tortoi
noU the wonueriul br.iKiug M
U-m ___ the DtWI
..-ted Qirbng
Maf aujusting liydtaula 1
interior of the Jaguar I -
-.upcib, with flnuat i|ual.'>
k .it her upholstery over foam
rubbar, polished walnut htotru-
mont |>aiivl and Owl* pUj < '
i thick felt underlay
And finally, not the Mogl '
th>' Jaguar MSuations, is IM
MWVtl UMrt the p.i"' can be a-
low as It Is.
A-l.-l
.
poctum right dow H
r i rug Pmb Bf

MM
kiininn toJMMi
iinka and scl
.a only 3b.

I
quite soon to MM
What uuiy boaullful ttand
lama's on
Broad Street. When I tell %'-i
that it's ivm from iu.ii.ttui Mid

I mii Kl.sk'. Win. Pttd
pro) ok pMJ

Hnd '*>e lti.ie.hhh rCn and lOVC-
iii Fruit
.
An.i goal pass by tho
framed Wall Plaque, for Junior
bodroon
I .!i. Hti' lo a fi
I ill
9 ueu. -., -v......-
CjMCtlu u-hal fhru u>ori( end see The Duchess buys some
,Hem(U" Piincess's day clothes
IMM
eg o'( U."
at 1
Ia>nd i
Savoy Kiscuil
A hairdresser says:
They frequently have
11 Is
nn-h
More
that) H lad) h -waiting first g<
hen 13 to UM store and ssks for so>
BjOM
| Ml oni
sigiv ore DWRV and UM sol..... Pll IM W
. -.. .
At the II Wl'-
,OM k l I
, ttuoK new and
I
holding Cotton Bl i
dig valua snd si
Suiting lines.
UiMlItt WiCKtetl- in Pll
<
IM in .ittractive plain
36 ins wid.v An entirely ii<- ,
havt

Hankie: .
the
:lfYonto, B^m*!**
mirror until you achieve lug the P^
Rurkertdse.
r. s
. .ir nl' t
Hour; 2
YOUll BABY AND YOU
turn punwr. or J {
.. iLi.... l't ,hr dl (HM "l
^_ Mix the 5 yolks of the eggs \
'" >k_ .......> ...... tuvii unll (or ,il
the sugar UK) he.it waU for BbOUl B,',:''"
lllm(U.s imtll -hev look JJ2Z*
WIllC.
twenty
anft.
aa?RAaf aa."3&s'

Add QU H">ur and the cornflour
vary slowly and mix well. Add
(Bv SISTER CHARLOTTE)
SO Ul w, have dealt With snme j^JE^^ S* ori.nKe >r" lemon rind
vanilla essence. Tl.cn l*:.\ Bt
until Ihcy are
(ar* of leiiic and u'alcr.
A WINE WA1TKU >ayi:-
,.,'( ,.,!, II.. I
I make for your baby, and shall
of your baby.
vour bahv. .. ..___.. white, of the cgK, until they are
Most mothors-to.be 1 And. and certainly those expect- , rt ,M lhf ,h
5* c i ILL. 1,1.0 In lmnvv tin- symptoms o( com- mixture. Put In a enke tin with
I their first babies like to Know t^m i ... h tanlm ,auv wl
an hour
mi: their first DaDies. ^0 """".'.'(l ,,,.,'that odd pains ry hlah bonier, lc.u. .t will
menrtncUbour especially in view nt the fac-lina ou H j- ^ ^ ^
- which are not labour painsare liable lo be felt dunm, jj^ i- ^ f ,, ,
tho last tWO or 'hree weeka. aanacHBW moderate oven for about ',
g rwBs*s or S^HHsSS
SSs
.....n'- 'hen nrr lolnl away.-
5VrJTZ*.^around, but ,
HM AWFU CH.lt>
irrlval. If you
,,ff aiui notl-
Doctor. It is bet'or In
Pie ltl
Canadian Column
nm.mm.mm fish iiakvi.st y^jBJflB SSS
Canada has one of the foremost .A. |>-_n iaufKnhi|. *-* ""
fisheries expel nnenti.l laboratur- .. Rationing her-
les in the world with the com- ( off lillllul ,ni,, hoff been
pletlon In Halifax. N.B., of th fl assault, the Sioux trsns-
novated and expanded auarurs 1lirrmA tt ^^f ,rf rive to a South
rub '" i<
the Atlantic
rwi
. mental Station of the Fisheric
very economic and r.^^,,,^ Board of Canada, the
It was given (the Apartment of Flthertos nnnounc
I M iiiir'ustikablc
|1 iimi ,hnt a period-like
pain will bcg>n ,ow '" tho b*c'fc
working s of the
womb to the front or. if MM are
relaxed you may feel them be-
Kinnitut in the womb and goinj;
.lownw.'rda directly. These pain*
will start. Increase In strength
md then quite rapidly die sway.
Than another pain will do pre-
isely the same. As time goes on
Ihev" will increase *'dh fre-
tiuency -' regular inteiv.d*.
As soon as you think thr-T these
regular pains have commenced
vou should le* rour I' 101 M
now. There !*
no need to become anxious or
alarmed. Nor need you go to bed.
It || much better t he up and
..bout arranging the last minute
details to your things.
which
Italy in 1&*11- in ope of the i
popular magannes in 1919 an
I name from that dale
.. t
ial>i*tp*<>nM>ii
. I taMw-paor.ful
i rii
Other sign*
generally fnll'
iftt* the rvthmic pall... .
..,ur before, ar. a shght JCUJS
pegiod-Uke loss and a sudden rush of lh v-on
. but some-
fcu.-
F.igiuh pouaa I
V-..I I f
Sift the Hour on the kitchei
table or thu pastry board like
fountain. In the middle put '
pinch of salt. 2 tablespoonslul
MMH I eggs. I tabl- .
butter. 3 big English potato*'.
(boiled and mashed) and . bit "
lemon rind (grated). Mix tie
ve.ist in UtUe water 'two tabli
spoonsful) and add to the mixtur.
W*jrk UM dougn Put it in
, do not be alarmed, try en with high border and 1-
completely, as in doing in a warm spot lor about tara
tl aid the muscles which hours. Bake it in a moderate ov-i
for about * of an hour. When
d expelling the cotltMIU ready take it out of the oven and
omb. 'l,t some icing sugar on the top
DAaNC'fc '.' MET dost
}lf*M tbarrt..Mil .
lee cream Hit T
Long recognized as one of the
leading fisheries research nation*
Canada has seven station* from
Newfoundland to British Colum-
bia engaged in full-time biol'.gi-
eal and technological studies In-
to Canada's commercial fisheries.
This year theso fisheries are ex-
iiet'ed to havt- . marketed %-alu
o| iMtrly 9SOb,OOO.0O0
"SIOUX"' AIDS I'.l m l l
. On Board HMCS Sioux, at a UN
Ur*! N'sval Base In Japan (delayed)
put to' Tn() t',Mdlan destroyer played
KmHul. , an active part r.cently in the re-
l""',u, capture from the Rods ol in tsUi d
off the west coast of North Korea
and :n tba MM ol c.vil. II
UN nghUng men wouruk-d In Hi
druggie for tlM ULand
ferred a party erf nve to
Korean minesweeper with Instrue-
tlons to ascertain the progn-ss ot
:he tlghtinn
CloasMJ the island under covei
of darkness the mlnaawaeper
(-.tted two Junks and. at U.e bas,
f. party ol lefugaa. and
UN troops They learned that the
bland had f.illen iOd
party on the shore *" hopefuii*
roeeue, while i
Md l.v a small rear-guard at the
: a Ol tta lifT
i i, t.i the juiikt was loaded
with refugees and this the mine-
sweeper towed to a nearby
sweeuer
returnet with four mall SMIW
pans Which, With Ihen sh '11'
draft. eOUld k" "Rhl m to
beach.
rurt] per* a.......'
||kt| mil I eight wounded
two women and a baby.
asffjr/ IMPROVED
ODEX SOAP
O Cell skin really clean
O Bmiirin ptttpifalion odour
Lmhi My sweel and dainty
AVOID 0FFENDINC-USE_Op_EX
maidenjbrm
Uaidh m le StrapJi > !ra
ieoa roan caT-
l>ro ie
\I .'d. -i-Ue

ful under 1' ire- ihouldeted
> ktarl


1'
imnr li iili' i li^tii boo
port |
In wbjl U HrYOT'
lie Id.,
I
1
.,1 V.n.i.. ,.
li... .. NbbbbI 'V-w
^ I.,I
Hard Times
With Backache
OfWi Am to AiggM kMnr cOBSf
I Il-H ISN(rr wgood when voo
1' art troubled wtdi bsckacba,
iheomjttc pain*, inff. scbiag
osde. sivf jauin, lumbago or
common urinary diioiden due M
iluggiih kidney acaoa. t
' Why put up with pain and dls-
>ben '"i migbi ger hinpf
t-hci ev tailing Ouao'i Hi.Ka.'lM
Kidney Pill*. They Mimubm- ind
dearie duggin"i kidoeyi and haCv Uwm M> n>. the blood ,.i . em
MM Ida mi>4 other impur tMe
BMlen (he lyttem sad omss di'traaa, >
f>n'i Pills hare helped many
. (houMnds | let then heir vou.
I^J-DOANS ^
THE EXCITING Ntm \H
FABRICS IS HIGH FASHION
labour -
" nou^ '-""'~VVoTo"lM " :...... QaaHNOd, Victoria. Roverly and 9u-
Mnni in breath-takiriK p.ni.rns mil pxciting-
iilv frw of !> m.i.l,." prinUno\7
aSafafouM indbvpUe* foods txt)B to thaaarUy
rlroi j womtn of today.' i'..--i.iii(ic-Prinuat tub-
mi RDVtsat... cool, comfortably liRhi in.l I
wearinu Sm your own from "Tex-made" prii.
You will get thai pHmlw diatinction of a "T,
dt" fabric drww ... in a amart combination at
high f.iahion an Remember tbe name "Tex-made" ... and lo-
for the idiniilii ition lianda and tag on the pic
goods. They nro your guarantee that the print* yo i
buy are genuine "Tex-made" fabrics.


PACE EIGHT
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
M \ll\Y. JANTARV K. 1K1
BAKBApOSj^Am^E
Sum,!.,. .I.,nii.,r> 2* I'"'2
IIIIHII PARTY
THE Bill to make provision for the pro-
tection 01" Third Parties against risks arising
out of the use of motor vehicles makes it
unlawful for anyone to use a motor vehicle
on a public road without being insured
against liability for causing death or bodily
injury to any person by the use of such
vehicle. A motor vehicle is defined in the
Rill as mechanically propelled vehicle
intended or adapted for use on roads.
Latest available official records show that
there are fi.960 motor vehicles usinff the
public roads of this island. There are 3,621
private cars, 340 hired cars, 156 omnibuses.
1,045 lorries, 3B1 vans, 26 hearses, 314
motor-cycles. 46 tractors and 31 trailers. In
addition to these 5,960 motor vehicles,
21.515 bicycles and 4,314 animal drawn and
push carts also use the public roads.
In 1951, there were 19 fatal accidents, 84
serious and 1,062 minor. Vehicles involved
in these accidents were 684 motor cars, 351
lorries, 152 omnibuses. 105 vans, 40 motor
cycles. 451 bicycles and 22 listed as "others".
These official figures are illuminating
but two facts deserve special notice
Although there are only 156 omnibuses
| Ihc public roads omnibuses were in-
volved in 152 accidents during 1951 Of par-
ticular importance too is the fact that 451
bicycles were involved in a total numbc* oJ
2.092 accidents.
Nobody would criticise the principle that
third party insurance is desirable for the
protection of road users Yet the point made
by a correspondent in the Advocate of
January 23 deserves notice The fact that a
measure introduced in England and Trim-
dad has not proved so unsatisfactory as to
In repealed, comments this subscriber, is
no reason for introducing it here.
Daring the discussions of the Bill in the
House of Assembly this month a lengthy
speech was made by the senior member of
St. George concerning the legal implica-
tions of the Bill Doubtless there is great
need for the House of Assembly to be satis-
fied with the drafting of the Bill and to
understand thoroughly the meaning of its
clauses, but there is an even greater need
to understand why such a Bill should be
necessary Much more information surely
is required from police records and from
statistics of insurance companies What the
ordinary tax-payer wants to know about
legislation is whether it is good value for
the money he or she is spending. It is so
often over looked* by government and peo-
ple that taxation is compulsory taking from
one or more individuals and spending the
monies so compulsorily taken for the pub-
lic benefit.
If private individuals or companies ac-
quired monies in this method there would
be a legitimate outcry against such, high
handed activities. All legislation must
therefore be constantly scrutinised by the
public, all of whom are indirect lax payers,
to see whether money expropriated from
them is being well spent by the government
which has been elected to power.
This point is worth making because leg-
islation aimed at protecting the commun-
ity is so often immune from criticism
because the public assumes that it is get-
ting good value for its money.
Facts and figures may prove that com-
pulsory third party insurance is in fact
necessary and will pay dividends. But so
far there has been little indication given to
the public to show why it should be neces-
sary.
Figures can be obtained quite easily and
throw much light on the subject under
discussion.
It is interesting to discover that 2,903 of
a total number of 5,960 motor vehicles in
Barbados are insured (most of them com-
prehensively) against third party risks by
five insurance companies. If the volume of
business done by the remaining twenty
insurance companies only equalled the
total coverage of these five companies no
less than 5,806 out of a total 5.960 vehicles
would be already insured.
In such an event the government might
be creating much extra work for civil ser-
vants and insurance companies by passing
the Third Party Risks Act and might in fact
be spending more than the benefits to be
derived from compulsory insurance of a
relatively small number might warrant.
Omnibuses and hired cars which have to
pay very high premiums and a minority of
commercial vehicles and private cars
appear to be the main exceptions to the
general rule in Barbados where the major-
ity of motor vehicles are already insured.
There cannot be the least doubt that
people ought to be protected from drivers
of motor vehicles in the event of accidents
causing death or bodily injury. But unless
the public is given a great deal more in-
formation as to the real need for such legis-
lation than is provided in the objects and
reasons of the Bill, it may be convinced that
some less complicated measure might have
been more suitable for Barbadian require-
ments.
If, as the figures quoted above for five
insurance companies suggest, the major-
ItJ oi mwiui vehicles are already insured,
then there must be very good reasons why
j. not l.kc oui inj
Existing third parly premiums hat pnv-
ate cars vary between $15 and $18 per
annum depending on the horse power of
the cars and no owner of a private car
could lind these premiums prohibitive.
In Trinidad on the other hand where there
is compulsory third party insurance he
rates are two and a halt times as high.
There is therefore no grounds for assum-
ing that compulsory third party insurance
would decrease existing low premium
rates for private cars. On the contrary
there is general agreement that the rates
would have to be raised as the public be-
came more insurance conscious and made
greater claims than they do at present.
The greatest reluctance to insurance in
Barbados appears to be displayed by the
owners of omnibuses and taxis.
The reason for this shyness is readily
understood. Insurance premiums increase
with the number of passengers carried.
Taxis have therefore to pay nearly four
times and omnibuses nearly twenty times
the value of the premiums paid by the
owner of a private car. Apparently they
find it much cheaper to settle claims with-
out insurance coverage. Compulsory in-
surance will therefore almost certainly
result in increased taxi and bus fares.
This is a very important point to watch
because no legislation should add to the
already inflated cost of living.

'y'SSSrVsVsVSSrSSfSVSSt',','.
HIM
HUM, besides being an island in the
Inner Hebrides, is considered by Barba-
dians to be their national drink.
Now Dr. Joad has been taking RngUth-
men to task for not indulging in little
England's famous beverage.
I consider1, wrim C M J.....I In
Its* Pleasure nf Being Oneself, "one of
the most outstanding tokens of our culin-
ary dfgenenacy to be the almost total
disappearance of hot concoctions from the
average repertory of English drinking. Up
to and including the time of Dickens.
English literature is full of accounts of
toddies, neguses and punches, but if you
nsk for n hot drink in an English pub
today, even if it be only the hotting up of
Hum or Whisky they stare at you with
consternation . ."
Then after describing his favourite hot
drutk which has a basis of rum Dr. Joad
points to the drawback: "the absurd ex-
pensiveness of that best Empire product
rum. "
The West Indian Committee Circular is
to be congratulated on reproducing this
passage from C. E. M. Joad. Millions
of Englishmen will agree with his com-
ment on the drawback; "the absurd expen-
siveness of that best Empire product rum."
In the United States of America there
is an excise duly of $9 (U.S.) on every gal-
lon of rum entering the United States
from Puerto Rico. The United States em-
ploys the wine gallon as a standard of
measurement. This is approximately 20';
less than the British Imperial Gallon. But
so far from damaging the rum industry of
Puerto Rico by making rum "absurdly"
expensive the United States returns the
excise duty collected on Puerto Rican rum
to the Treasury of Puerto Rico. In 1949
the United States paid Puerto Rican ex-
porters of rum $3,011,000 for 1.043,000 gal-
lons of rum.
In addition the collectors of excise tax
tad for the Puerto Rican Treasury
$9,387,000.
In 1944 when the United States im-
posed restrictions on the manufacture of
whisky the value of Puerto Rico's rum and
liquor exports reached the extraordinary
level of $35,000,000. When the $9 excise
tax per proof gallon is added to this high
sales figure it Is easy to understand how
much Puerto Rican prosperity is due to
its incorporation in the Commonwealth of
the United States.
The disadvantages under which Barba-
dian rum exporters to the United King-
dom operate are in marked contrast to the
advantages which accrue to Puerto Rico
A duty of 10. 11s. 2d. per proof gallon
(imperial) has to be paid on rum entering
the United Kingdom in casks and a duty
of 10 12s. 2d. has to be paid on the same
quantity arriving in bottles.
Instead of the United Kingdom return-
ing the duty levied in the United King-
dom on imported Barbadian rum it keeps
these monies for the Exchequer of the
United Kingdom. In 1949 Barbados ex-
Ctried 51,079 gallons of rum to the United
ingdom. Were the United Kingdom to
take a leaf from the United States' book
Barbados would have profited by approxi-
mately 500.000 from duties collected in
bullish ports during the year Bui since
Barbados is not incorporated into the
United Kingdom, like Martinique is Into
France or Puerto Rico into the United
States the rum exporters of Barbados
have no legitimate grievance. What is
cause for grievance is the fact that English
warehouses are overstocked with West
Indian rum today because the United
Kingdom imposes so "absurdly expensive"
a duty on that "best Empire product-
rum".
The position would not be so absurd if
the English man or woman disliked rum
or did not want to buy it. In an over-
taxed country like the United Kingdom
how many individuals can afford to pay
more than 26 shillings duty on a 5'6 bottle
of rum ?
The expensivenes* is more than absurd.
Dr. Joad: it "spites the Englishman's
face by cutting off the colonial's jose "
But our thanks are due none the less to
vou for bringing the matter up and to the
West India Committee Circular for draw-
ing your notice to our attention.
\OH ra nUKNBS
OVERSEAS
Barbados Annual Review
3/- from Advocate Stationery
,-,--'.->-*-*'**,'.'
\n Kniph Box
is tlii$
YOUR Tool-Kit?
//ere'* u -ilvvlian it/ nrvilnv /..../.
/rum our cuttniitrniblv ntiH'k:
\ UWK IX LOMM.\
U Will KIM.- IN I.OMM1N I!
I 1.1.. Sadolln i Mriti urn 15/- >
H> Inn <.lr
THE story is luld of Thomas
Lalurvy M was a taxi driver in
Ignition for wenty-live years jusi
lor lh, fu. of ... Wten Baia.ey &J2ffJ5
died in 1S4B it turned oul lhat
overy. but this time II .
rid not a my that h to be dis-
Ihivnifc done gocut reteare i Into covered.
the matter he give this ldvice on I have always liked Ihe Middle
tea-making. "You must no*, b-.'gin Ages, but I must say that I do
into the iip approve of Mr. Allen's apprt
(although that v >uld Mem the to the subject. He COnld<
.'l" and 36"
8aw J11s H"6-
Plane Irons1'," Single
Plan* Irons -1'4" Doable
OoagM Vi"%' 1"
oefcat CfclMla1/"H"
V.---V-V."-!"
Scraw Drivers-
Stanley Planes
HpokohavM
Hand Drill-
Vice.
Harametjt
obvious thing. 10 I
strong the tea
'as a wealthy man who had telM
up taxi driving ag a hobl>>
glv, him H> much enjojm.ni ttal IJfijS1 *
simply could not gi..
It was in in much the same spin. >''u Vhe milk ^
thai Mr Hartnlln wrote this book. ,.'.."* .
Born U Copenhagen and. a, he :. ,,
tell. u.. 11 centimetre. rUh, liking Virginia cigarette., Matisse A J
gad Agatha Christie and disliking aa,am' r ""*
vhile tie and tails, tepid beer aim
kiwig, Ebbc scon became fa-(i
cmated with London. Bui he found
t difficult to sketch in London
Not lhat it is such child's play
to draw in London a* It is. for
instance, in Paris, where nStfS D
always a cafe facing your subjec.
and a subject facing your cafe. In
lndon you usually have to stand
in a constant stream of traffic If
you sit down on a doorstep or .i
grimy heap of rubble to do a care-
ful drawing of the house opposite,
you catch only an occasional
Itlimp1*' of it through the endless
procession of vans and buses. And
even if you do happen to gee it.
downpour Is sure In make the. ink
run all over the paper, or the wind
rips the sheets off Ihe drawing
pad."
despite all these handicaps
Ebbc has produced I0CM DBS
drawing, or London drawings
lhat are very much alive. There
pictures of every idc of
l/mdon life; of quaint pubs, ugly
Uburbs, Hyde Park orator*, and
theatre Queue. drawings that
inibincd with 'he lext Interpret
g character of tho City.
Of pubs he writes: "The pub is
phenomenon peculiar to Eng-
land, ll i. a place where strong
drink u served at certain hours
of the day In accordance with j
complicated set of rule, and regu-
lations which the foreigner [UKhl
confusing. Even to enter a pub
presents a bit of a problem, for ~" .~*T?7~~~
there are different entrances to U up again, thia l. le with a hand-
rimerent bar:-. Should one go kerchief) and p. ir tea into the
into the Saloon Lounge, the Saloon cup. I hen (5) I .1 the holwuLi
Bar, the Private Bar or the Public >- <"''" <"c i am the hanc-
Bar? The customers all -land or *"?*** from lh*' "*> and pour
.it about as if they belonged to J .>< J***1"* W
UM same party, and the stranger > JJ"!" .
feels a little reluctant to Intrude. ">d '"**" ""
But when you have dared to go in Wanderings n
and have got to know the place, f0*""''18. ***>*
you will always be captivated by !<>> to those don
the pleasant, club-like atmosphere. know Londor
so rare in restaurant.. *" KU,dtf *>
Mr. Sadolln soon found out lhat ***>* P*1
tea in England li both
rite. During the
how tory gg a project", .mil h
On no. that Is to teach school-children UM
> The correct "bare bones" of (he "Middle Arc*'
i >llows. Tint with a* little effort on U'
, m Use cup. then possible. The resuli
I ii (3> the to book, full of lists of a
lift the teapot dates which he intend'
n H) P"l 'I to be learned by heart A thul
you have form bos' WTSIH probf
nd (4b, llf*. this book u C. S. Pitcher & Co.
I'ht.m- Ma
I ......"
,, Jalk og the Jowtt
'', I ft'*! i" l-tndon find New York'.
7' {BwiJbeAAj/
:m Coats...
If / unielliair

ipol. Then stir
London"
hn exams, but in wa
opinion ii is the worst possiOK
way to- teach hiMoiy.
However, the book is not with-
out merit. The illustrations an
excellent most of them being re-
productions from early MSS
woodcuts and stained glass. Tnia)
by themselves make the boo.
11 appeal worth looking at. But beside:
md those who this there is much interesting in-
It Is in no formation about architecture
but is rather dress, trades and the like in tin
1 impressions, period, which unfortunately i:
noted down quickly m the streetn usually omitted from the conven-
Lord of London. It ha in consequence tlonal lexl books.
Woolton declared that ten meant a freihneas and n ontancity which If Mr Allen would consider rr-
more lo the Engli.h than ammuni- succeed, admin b'y m conveying writing his book a, to make .
no., and whenever a bomb fell on the excitement o( xploring a greal a continuou* narrative he mtghi
rdon the fire b^gade and city. P^cc ^methlng which could b.
ambuUnce at ones Wl Sff for the THE MIDDLE A'iES By Arthur for the junior school the equivalen
^cene accompanied by a tea- B- Allen ,MlUel*/ff>. ot Treve van's magnlfl
^'^ This is anothc- book of dl.- IfUtory.
"Sod
THE NATIONAL SPOUT
'You know. ;aid tlie Russian holds you with h ; glitlcrint aye
visitor to England, In one of, Mi- iColeridge). lookl rigjnt, l^K* left,
WodehouscS novels, "lhat is our extends an arm .vnilc a bicycle
pal national spoil, trying lo or a bakery No., i s-ark trundles
assassinate Lenin with a revol- past, and Uien p :iti0lcally beck-
ver," U|U >ou forward. Drive it. mister '
Most countries seem to have he y. courteously.
>r at any rale are reputed to When playing i i g car-park the
,ave then great national sport, diivil player slio dd observe one
.ii England it is cricket or W or iwo nne point; He should wail
.t football' (The West Indians uolil the driver nas parked, lor
and Australians between them tninks he has) and got out of th
lave rather taken charge of the car, and locked d >rs. and put the
.irst. and as for football aren't ignition key in n Inside pocket.
'luimay the world champions?) Bringing into pl,i. all his natural
in America the national .port charm and authority, the player
canasta. In Italy it la grand now shepherds His driver back to
apgffl In France it Is not what his seaL 'Come right tor-
.,,!, going la ggfi bin assid," itji tie dtffvar eosn
bicvrling. pile*. "Go back now," orders the
Has Barbados a national sport? player, and the driver goes back
aOPta would say cricket, to where he stalled from. 'A bit
Thai i> wnere 1 differ from most more, man." say, the player. Rc-
pajople. Not thai I deny tho starting his engi ic and breattUn|
lualitv of Barbadian cricket heavily through his now. tho
thai would be not only futile but driver puts the into reverse.
dangerous; hut I have observed There is a splintering crash Hold
thai there is another game much how. man." says the player, mark-
more universally played In the himself up an extra point,
tsl.md than cricket is. I have If at the end of this I).,
, rutotened this game "drivlt" (one so close to its ught-hai
long i and one short one. like bour that the dot r won't open, the
something bv Plcavo). and i ptayci ic.,,%. <.,.
elabn that it is the true national Unlike othn ,. mo- in ll.nl.udo"
I Itarbados. dnvit adnut.s certain number ol
Anv number of players up to professionals policemen and car-
one can play drivlt- All the player park attendant rhe relations la-
nced, is a motor-carnot hi. own. tween prongaioruiU and imatguci
t>ut someone else's. The object of ure nol always of Ihs bast, net ."
the game Is to get the car out of much from an\ tJeotamd l> I I
a gap into a main road, or through "union shop" as on account of a
.. difllcult stretch of congested proper professional jealousy. Thu*.
traftic. or into a vacant space In a when a helpful pisser-by has seen
carpark. fOB safely to an anchorage out-
*OU can't drive a hundred yards side the thiefnS or club, you may
>n Bridgetown without seeing the Mill be held up hy g stem figure
dnvit players Eaes time vou in blue. He pleys the parking
come lo a blind corner, which i. game superbly, a. a result of yean
rett* well gft h jpou come to of training and practice; but. as
comer, (here. In a strategic one having authority, he feels he
position, stand, the player. He mug point a moral. "You have
you back-end too cloase to hc[l'
bumper," be explain, as you'
scramble through the sun-roof; .no
hi an aside to the abashed passer-
by he addsor is it imagination
- fifteen-love."
An elegant variation is inountct
ilrnit, played on a bicycle. Many
a drlveg feeling his way forwun
between the high stone walls tha
flank every gateway and almo>
every gap, and which effectively
mask all traffic approaching from
cither side, mu.'t have admirei
the quickness with whn I
boy who happens to be pcdallim
by will sue up the situation am
wave him On with a graceful ha).
circle of the arm. and nothing Ii
polo, nothing even in bull-
fighting, can match lh<
admirable daslnvvllure with wind
a cyclist, swerving without warn-
ing to tfte wrong suk- of Ihe roan
can signal a motorLsl by a flick of
the arm behind the back lo paw
him on the wrong side
A. a true national sport, how '
ever, drivlt has one fault. It is no' [
played by women. Somehow the>
don't seem to have the flair* foi
Ihc most part they leave it stnctK
alone, and when they do play .
they play badly.
Only recently. 1 was edging my
way inch by inch into Bay Street
hoping that each rus that bore
di.n on me round the blind cor-
ners would be the last A lady
with a basket on her head watch-
ed me dispassionately from t
perfect drivlt position, but despiv
my patent difficulties said never ;
word. At last, taking mv course*
In my hands. I let In the ahricri
only t.. come lo a acreamine h:i!'
a. a taxi Hashed by, missing me by

Onlv thou did the lady with the j
hasket offer me her advice. "Doan't j
get rr.ashed,' she said.
IF YOU HAVE THAT
SINKING FEELING"
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SUNDAY, JANUARY 27, 1S2
SUNDAY ADVOrvTF
p.\cr vrvr.
BERMUDA HOUSE DEBATE AND
of .. StW.ll
i ua the evolution of demot-
ing MTTi DO oUier pul-
Maller ol Opinion
Mm,
4 tha pufaH
lie inlrmu
iingls
i ne sea mat ic
LitaMed \m,l.
hrmiasl riumt**
HAMILTON. January 10 jjj
v\ ITIl only iwu members registering objection, the ****
House of Assembly in a two-hour debate approved the !"!'
report of a select committee finding that The Royal Gazette
had committed a breach ol privilege and acted in contempt ai a
ot an order that a debate which took place in public should opinion, he m unduly harsh in W avadate* talta info
not be published. In adopting the committee's recom- hl criuctsmi o( the ecutor of the from *hkk ihev could
mendations the House also agreed to a message to the Si?cr~"" maiu-r of opinion mwle thousaans ami in uundffof,
Legislative Council asking that a joint select committee ,h .*d!tor."c,,Jl t he Mw ,rt "* dol.ri' ne """<*
b* . up .0 udv ,h. whole maUer'of Par.,en,'s pv- t
paper itacir and m the rvi- i. Met
dance ha taw befou < he mu.i havi kn ., Mat Aj\
It iid'hf had seen the *.ime opln
lion don not divuut<
th. right ot the House of Com
to ac< ** we intended to a
tiotsM in.* H ihr pr- 1* completely inadV,jatc. I agree enforced without sanction, but the
Mth Mi Mislck tha it it unfor- fact that aanctiom arc not present
runate tea have to debate thi is no proof that right doe* not
.11 the prcaeir. context. I exist. The simple fact is that the
that In considering this mat- House asked tha newspaper to d<
. wfB 1 it a-ide tha* present something and it did met
only inchdonUl, that the House had not the tight then
eges and powr_
The ban on The Kayal f.asellr
was rescinded in accordance with
nunKMg recommendation
- not approonutr
A Royal OaaeUe
was admitted to report
the debate, after the House had
pessed a motion to this effect
offered by the Hon. W. w David-
UsM In the laaBtOn, when
The Royal Giselle wan not repre-
sented.)
The two objector* to the MM-
uromimi ml ! loni an .
Mr. P. C. Misick and Mr. D. C. I
Smith. Mi. Misick was in favour I
Ot the appointment of a joint i
select committee by the Upper <
I -. 1 Loam Houses, and he moved I
l merit which would have
left in abeyance decisions on other
aspects of the committee's report.
His sole supporter was Mr- Smith
*k thereupon withdrew
fiom the House, leaving Mr.
Smith as the only objector in the
t.n.tl Itiigf
The motion for approval of the
committee report and the sending
of a message to the Legislative
: arat moved by Mr. James
V Penman, the select tommittee
clmit man.
Mr. re^rssan -aid he hoped
.members had had the opportunity
of reading the select committee's
report ben use il certainly seemed
to him and to the other members
of the committee that the matter
IfcXT OT MEMAOF TO
t'ppm Mot-sr
The text ol the massage
whuh the House sent to
the Legislative Council was
as follows :
"The House of A**embl\
has recently had under re-
vi* ilu matter uf prtVtfeg*
BBd the power* of the
Mouse relating thereto It
.-ii|>ct. from le-
gations made, that virtually
no powers vest in the House
either to protect itself or Its
proceedings, and only lim-
ited powers in control of its
own members. It seams
likely that this position also
applies to your Honourable
House
"The House of Assembly
helieves that this matter
should be further investi-
gated with 1 view to the
passage of legislation clear-
ing the position, and would
request that your Honour-
able House appoint a com-
mittee to form with a com-
mittee of the House of As-
sembly a Joint select com-
mittee to Investigate the
matter and to report to the
respeclive Houses thereon
with such recommendation<
as the committee sew (It"
Ui examine the whoU
from the point of eraal
rights m this re-
saul Sir John.
Mr. Mislck's referenr.
ih it
,. rtharit.ittw opinion. Sir Joh
millee he showed himself MMssfld
with the desire to clarify an
anomalous and ambiguous situ-- Uom showin* oulcirpi
Uoq primarily in the intcrr-.!
Of Ma public which he and th ',,', tuggest''ti^ -.unmendaUon.
Pi ol Hi Hiehards said 1* had al-
the newspaper was discourteous ir

rtt a <>f the fact that the House
extends a courtesy in allowing .1
-eptirtfi lo tome *ithln H
The editor should have said he
v ag art]
If we had the light then we
Dave no penal powers To p.it
the right is .1 in
"The hoinnii-tlih' member has ""
Mftarnd M fraadoui af Mi pran i*e sal wnen .....( M
being somelhm,: ....itli- -r ,neMi- '*vered the iltuatlon I II. and
vation and it is our concern to M '' "-' ' ''-' '
see that thU and "thei MMMtMni boile-l down lo tin ,.|,1
s:utl the
in our hi arve our ewi "" "deo- '
rights and prtVUagM MDpardM Mr u* **miUi -i,
those of the pres>' p| Mi MtaMk.
1 think he has made
..' In the H<
aos, with :itw> raportt 1
luenuj amd otii

1 BttM DOSJld I
' m time Ih.
H < look could MX fOU must remember this
Mai Ma ai the (t-\ by tlM ""is particular stage of our exis-
w'ays complained in the ll<
lOout tlie reports wlmli >i-
Blvan o| debates of the HOUM.
rtie MpotMn much In two 01 three hours," ha
conceded. II i u haid gtind
Mr. Misick recalled that he had
tried 10 years ago to have set un
COBtrtbutti
towards
ffouse of Commons
a select committee lo examine Ihe 'he debate The an
matter of right, and privileges. ,u' h,< suggested has the effect
He ivMred lo a subsequent con- of "complbihing whs iti Pear-
versation artM a Parliamentarian m,m lsh*d l'htHit pa
from which he suspectc | :" * ,hr *'1 commhtae I Tu b
' .ru.il.l 1. .!.... t.. ..-.. ~ n""V\na\e a
Qwla I'i.h iit.ii
II \.* uuite praclical M| the
nit Colony to ob-
N iiisliuilHiu-
>.i John.
Ti
tence all over the world editor
are taking on themselves the right
of telling Ihe public what thr>"
ought lo know, ftstj delete rba<
they- consider would not inte'c'
the public and |M
they consider the Import
The food
for family
fitness
aaed d*iiry tourcs
t idded to
at, Craviei
. d thai jic eslr
, SM Chit
- *spe*.ili
-, .i'if.
id on hji butcerad toast
la Mr 1 loi.,loi.,
4 Ol., Ol., I* Of.
ha ceive the position that tl
poisssaad
possess.'' he added Jl*>_
Th, memoSI for Sandys want "To castigate ..-.
on 1 m 11 alous ia Mcura for v,r-v public-apiriMd editor of this
ihis House powers thai a r e llf*PP'" lw '
possessetl bj the Huuse of Com- ,u'UfC '> '' ,!* * t'wful
and I will support th" a: s,upld "!l/ '"' ; :
pport the re|"'rl Ml
Sn th c ntmued.
nurageous
acts or ind
motion to
H (.'..rn-
support th"
101m select
cornmlttae, but I cannot help
feeling that the eonMal M which
.e are called upon lo consider
____ uch proposals is rather an un- Smdhv
powers can be checked
tannot

and to the very root of the
auth inly of the House itself.
'The report of the committee
,.'! 1 Tu I-- 1 ompMMb
factual In m fji ^ U has raporMd
it had with the
lha Barmuda Press
Ltd. and Ihe editor of The float
liairtle published by Ihe Bermuda
Prase." he declared
.ton* IOC
pui i.c uitanui umi laa
1 1 dag ooi aarai
A'ltll tile wisdom of tuKilig Ul.O
hi cimtinue.1 I..;
araca luiiy cm (.led to incn
opinion. As the committee stated
No Gain*ayini>
I- Ml ci
touie.i. w. ara cornp
ilth and public UMsnaL
Itnouan wa are allowed a u>-
margM of freedom M Rendered Service
Ihe regulation of our OWn afTairs. How else would th
1 am sure we would navai get hava come foiw 1
statute measures winch rendered % aervhsa
tiuate and proper powers war
ii'ii.il II wa imporlunt Mai ;
"There are conceivable occa- **1"1 '" ulc House should t- pro
sions when this House may wish P*rt pr'nled to the publi. *.
M take direct action against per- t"*1 no sort of feeling should Ih
sonn who an bs] ajssvnbari at '''" m ""' ""ds of the aublk
Mouse," he observed. '"' ssssWaaga ol the Hou
Tna Speaker then recalled the P*f" was not doing its |ob.
M'lwrt which appeared m Th* w,, freedom Or Of
_, Royal (iaseUe recording t he ,uinrt responsibility aim it is lha.
_ je**J- MsgfsM of the day on which lha responsibility which l feel mm
nice for doing ... 1 to bt inoiighi horna *.....mj and .di.
Minor's speech from tbl Vartad Mr Hichards
Mr. A. II. Saurtkse Mid same newspaper n..... HOUBI that he U
ve are to-day conaiderini ,l'",aU|s to ba appoMMd t
nade ,1 statement to tha ''*'' "" ""' ^,l,v' COTOinHMe b*-'
1 :IexI that the n ,m de he bad ".ted agiiln-t th.
1 ajnai akoUoa M iiipngassj pubU
..I in ie 1 r arasnberi waniad *
maltci. \l -. ,, ,,..,., Btlendanci- - ,,,,'l ag.iinst it bet .
St d ;n ,UI11 M the time, non-publlcatio-
lh.1. ., .He l.l d.y o( me.1- c. dun- lor !!< IL.uk lo ton llu, '' '. ...... ,l. Sn m mil Mt<
ln. Ihe Si..kr hid hinded hm. PUblK-liuiiW.d.b.1. which hM ^l*T,1'u "> "lr IhU lloujc h u.be.,, ,.pe,.,t.,n ,. ., l,o h.d Ml l-ubli.-.d ., ,. ,.
!- > - Pre,idenl M. Ptoj. ^f-bte DJJPJJ. ^\ioM ,mpoMd .lml, %% T^ J-NM f P~ I .,,, ,-,
. pn.....dtloti .....u own n,ic.. We Un lM alow ill rlfhl ly c*rtoln '
.,f IhMR II. I PMUII t -,..
. f.eely." selecl coirnultee. il ,, ,,
... ti. .,:... : m ,,. ,^ that iiiin Hou,.- iball I...
v.iiy InUrruptod *nli ., DkM i.,,ui unto ilself all the powers of lt
MARMITE
TMt VITAMIN B riAl .IHACI
GIVES COOKING EXTRA GOODNESS AND fLAVOUR
the
to praise the public- throne
I i-cticn of the editor ar.d "Thj
far as the ) I
P*"t he did was lawful ami |n the
KEEP YOUR HOME SP/C AND SPAN
W hv a wide range ol
PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES
inabM
Of the llermuda Press slating that, ment with what the Hou*e did
BkM ol the llermuda on ln.it occasion must b. eoo.-
Press. an naccuracy appeared in pletely separated from the f.ut I,1/':".^ ,"J .'"'"Iy
the report of ihe committee an order -u^,h,a '"f_** '
Broadcast.nt! Position << '"' order was disobeyed.
The report had stated that Mr. Not Appropriate
I
.ml waa
Mr MIsk
atorlad -Havr \
High Court of Parliament in LOB- tin
don. then I shall oppose it The p(,i
. c.[
ritouM do* 1 n be*
. 1 dl
THE ROYAL GAZETTE
\s limit, manager of the In reenmmt. ruling that futth'i
BenniatM ntoer!fsating Company, banning of The Royal Gazette
the com- should be discontinued, Mr. Pear-
niiiu-e ami iMMd that when he man aid this had been suggested
such i-i' <>f tho bt-cause the punishment was in
not been aware no way appropriate M the O0ance
of the implications, nor had he -ft Joes not reach hi ana wa)
,1 noi 1-broadcasting the person who was responsible
had been speciAcaUy referred to for the contempt and. in my view. -;; 1 unow 1 nave." ^n history and s COrurtltutlOSUl ,. ,..,. ,';.;.,," """;, ",V..""
notion to it does deprive the PObUc of H-- continued : -I for one was |-w based on long usage, ha. ,. '. ,t I,
m puhli.al.o,.. knowledge of the affairs of this "ot in ibe House when the de- ta.r. powers which are very S ., r\,,...
,:,,! that U.c editor House to which they are entitled. fMMn was reached. That Ls not dom 1ut(,11iea. Noni. f ,, . r efTec! Te S! n
,f toe Uoy.il Gazette had taken "A great deal has been said d**1"* 'he point because if I had bitrary powers could be I HOUM can take
1 inform Mi. Wllmot of about the freedom of the press receivedI any advance informalion trusted lo any other body," Ml Sir John said he h..,e',i . I
U.....Iplk UOM concerned and The frewlom of the press is -. I should have certainly I..... Smith stated m ,,.,.-,.':,.,
Ibal puKwalioo by broadcastini great thing. It is a thing which here. Mr Smilh'nt.ted that Ihe era. lie toiiit -electC t-
. M the responsibility of belongs to all the drmocrac.es "The source from We-tminste, i^i t cBnVuh he oT
he.broadcasting stauon alone. of the free world. The liberty potaf. ou, ,0 the selec. ,.......u : %%^& 'SciJ ^"Safa
iv such acUon contemplated debate and an open debate
House f t ommoni would -TWl I'arhamem d-n-s ,,.,' , He .. .. h. t.ml k-
receded h% Ilir .omrnajilaw brought toth, '' ' '
, Colony by the colenllM, Thil Gaaetie that en the following di
lack any speciOc lule parliament La based upon the -' Ihe ft disc
irtt! *lh. 1H:.deo5 ,ann,; Crown rights SS M
comes into much later dl|U, Thpy arp no,
inherent rights. It i true thai
this Parliament can bt *
nbti
that they like. Thai Is a snnrlio.i
iMised on Ihe |< t
tly." he obSMTI d
in The Kritish Parliamenl li
' ni re I righl. although d a I m I
recent years, but notice of
I'prvsenta- was required.
vTl have the righl lo .
ad 1
1 th
inln.I
f.11
"I have been unable to verify of the press carries with It that 1
1 that statement by responsibilities in the interests of by the
Mr. Wilmot treatise he has been Ihe community which the pres, have
out uf lieiumda and will not re- has to recognise. notice of motion.
turn until the end of the month [s stpplauded
1 pott M concerned Before he moved that the repor.
it is completely accurate as to be adopted and thai the U'gislutiv- In that event
MMd I" tha commute council be asked to appoint mem- "'""
by the manner Of the Bermuda Iers to a joint select committee ol J*ul ,70- h* **"d, staled that ,111B
BroadcasUng Company," said Mr. both Houses of the Legislature to *"* 'hp,e w" no tweic regu- IVJV ""_" 'V'"" ',?,.' .
h investigate the matter further with '""on the usages of Ihe House of ^^?"J- '^.. ST.*!!
vnuld be obfious that the a view to the passage of legisla- omrnnns should be followed.
ii tha Hou* ..1..... n
aroul h iva 11
H 1 Lo renir.v

nt hours
quired I do not knot.
nghl or law wh,. n .,> 1 rra
not close our doors to ihe pga,
- not that I would agree with il
III Stirling said.
I feel the report rtpn
. niiipii nil--' in some wav." b
said.
He still regretted the origin..
decision of the House, hut tha
1 .....ision having been mi.id. I)
' House was within it rlghU 1.
taking the only action it cttUl
tha newsptipri linh '.
defied its Instructions
ilU
of lha
, Mr.
by
"The committee
1 the
hould
I -en.,. Of aj I
'ietetmme-l
-oeciilc rule what the nrocedure If reporters were
hould have been The Mother In the House the:
radio station manager as distinct turn clearing up the posit
ma the adltor f The Royal Pearman was applauded
did extend his regret and Assemblymen,
opology for what had taken place. Mr. F. C. Misick. who spoke tq
Entire Kes|Hmsihility opposition to the select .
'The entire responsibility for tec's report, followed Mr. Pear-
the publication of the report in man. His speech wbn marked by
the newspaper was taken quite Ihe contention that the committee
frmkly by th.- editor of Thu should have referred the House
Royal Ga/eitc The editor stated to information placed before it Mr.
that he had been under no mis- by representatives of The Royal posing an armtidrncnt
apprehension as lo the position G.nr.ite motion to accept the aeMct
holder." ho continue.)
Mi'inher's foniphdiii
Parliaments.
-hould always be
gukle "
Proposes Amendment
Misick snd h
,..t aUowad
reports
u* would be made. II was w-
our power of the House to aaicl/de
reporters. The House also had
powers over Its memberssimple
householders' rights and law. In
H .. the past they had Mfl
Ihe House sultlclently.
"But having invited the | ibll
Refei 1 ing to alhsgaUoi
epertllUJ, Sir John infonneil the
Hilda Ailken 1.1
OsbSH f..r Sn.ith's Parish) had
d H il iha bad baan In
1 Iv misrr-
on occasions. That had
i.| pei.eil to every n embei ol Ihe tci the cost.
admire the editor
m On Page II
I think it is most
that the disbarring should M "
moved, not out of coin
tor that Dawapapai but btcaui
ol the public. I :
tfOtiglj Dial the debates of \
House should dninitely ha u
pUbUt and should '* dUl
to the public In an acrui .
10 1 fW that reason I
-limigly .support any motion I
have a verbatim repoit madi b>
hamcnlary l^pOTMl
Opcniiit* It.......m
JKlli January l.)2
For Ihe convenience of visitors In the island
..u\ . sulents ol the lla-tino Oislrict. v.e Ivey to
,'iiiiniiiiire the n|M'niiii: ot ,1 brunch l.iqimr Slore
at firev Stone Simp. \n. I in Hulliinr.il (lap.
npposilc POnriiillii (lull. We iire slinkini; the
In si br.Mids ..I Whiskv. (iin BrtJldy, Wines .ml
I iqiii urs ,tinl the well known < OCKAM Ktmi.
Iteer. Sluiil, etc. Also (ocktiiil His* lilts, Olives,
( herries, Klc. Htc.
rk.
and thai he had published an That information. he said, mlttee's report. It suggested, In Into the visitors' gallci
int of ihe debate with Ihe came from an extremely authori- fact, thai the committee should learn and inwnrdK
MMnUCd of challeng- tntlve Parliamentary source which rise.-report progress and ask tor procedure and then M
ing tho right of the H. ire 0 showed that il was scarcely con- *ave to sit again. Bhal) search their pocket
h an order." stated Mr. ivable thai any such prohibition C*a*ain Saw Whiter describing claim the right to imprison them
P<-"-n ^"'ch the House sought to im- Mr. Misick'* speech as a "long, ln order that they mlshl not lake
been Imposed b> involved dissertation on the sub- shorthand note of what wa have
"He said that he had not done pose could hav.
H'uae. he continued It did not
' and u w.i'
1 ot Confuted to one newspaper
' i.....1- even "'''on why we
' .te aatna authority m
t'us matter,'' the Speakei de-

Mr. ||. m. fieorgr Isallnilrld an
1 Ion "i wppirf*-
siitfi uiaiin nute ui wnai nr imv I'll the leiHilt ol
1 BA) pfrll Of dsnance Mil n MOUaa of r^amotsl Ject. he commented that both M. rfl[H thai l. coin.. Iievon.l *t* iltee
had done so. in his view, as tho Mr. Misick said: "I have listened ^Vn Mr. Misick had placed Tlltn' , hoSsebolder and of the House
pros and cons before the Ho,,,*. Bjr inviting the por ......lad surety it
M invite publleniion. r.ri-t in m i. of the UHOl M I orrwt Un-
it was basically an open debate vlt,.n? Publication how he said.
Captain Winter recalled, referring i""lraw II?"he asked. A^V'",11 l"" .'^"ST" ^
to the orcaiEi.in Thm . .,., ,,d u""* the rei>rt of the select
Z^SL'SSShffLSmSt. No 1|!h,'- ***"
huge num- "I say that this House |
people bud been in the right to wiUidraw that right of
visitors' gallery and upon them publication from lh Itermum.
placed no prohlbi- press on this occastun. I Mb?
. _^. tion. They could disseminate ,hat members will not exaggerate
have complete control. But u"' ""formation llu-y had heard lne ina(U;r. Tins li .
1 1 th
STANSFELD SCOTT & CO., LTD.
proper way of having the matter to the honourable member (Mr
clarified as to whether the Hous; Pearman) with the closest possible
did or did not have the right lo attention. Frankly. I am surprised
I order." at the exaggention which he
Mr. Pearman gave an account r-ltarhe* to the control which the
. elect com- House of Commons, this House, nr
had had with the then nv r,'*ier legislature exerciser
SoUdtol General, Major David over the pubUGatkwi
Has Kg Power Crux ' *UMtl"n
res it.
ihe
ih...
there arc considerations which
should be U.rnc in mind- that the
the House
.uld liste-
inyone
,.(,
-. ari j y, t agree with the meinbe
ssursarsss^UUl iFT. \f ~^ debate h**1 ,flkfn PUc* " Mic h'bition on members as long as wnQ h J^j c^.u,,. ,
*- div -*nd that Is the crux of the whni. '" d,d not "ubll5l ">" sMMlM, ^'1
ion in tnese more orderly ..__.__ imt there tL-as tuithmv m ^t.... "
days thai any House of Parlln
The House of Commons and thi
House of Lord
"I
occasion in these more orderly qu^on ...... but there asai nothing to slop
iiy House of Parlio- ... ^ ti.,, f,om using the Information
ment will wish to avail itself of IaIl^, "L,,^ XiuSL.. Z, for thafrown .m
these penal powers. I suppose *t
is a good many years since me
Commons availed itself." Mi
iv.irman commented.
In Public Interest .1 .k y '," -r'2 nlln,, Tn:', h*" rt,rt nunl " d'" Instructions.
He i:",^^.! the motion .0 ^JSLEZ J'^J^SJgSS ** "^ eva a request of th,. "I consider th
The
nitor
Hid age of .
latlons between Parliament and
press Ihe very ancient usages and
*r. Si!']01";.""' gu"*" .r'antI>* ,gn"MVl fi-reite must h
The only reason they survive ,- ..,. qu-UoBI ...^ullv M h,.
Ihey constitute some link minri -n,^
ri the pasl They could belter .irder or eve:
described as some fossilise"
paper." he conclude*!.
Speaker. Hlr John Cm, 1
would dispute Mr. SmitMi poMt
of The Royal that the House had not the right
to adopt sanctions against 1
ho failed to abide by the Hoo
the adltor or The Hoyai
I ttetto Mr F. T Richards de-
1 I..M.I
< hi fhe very next day m*
editor USed his own privilege*
. nd the means ot his disposal to
DUbbc a very full rx-
.f what he considered
ught m thr matter."
rot UM editor lo stole that hi*
the editor of this news- nrt * I n<>t OM of defiance btr
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SUNDAY U)VOCA
SUNDAY. JANUARY 1J,lB
(I I u. i.i \. ii -1. II. I
Dinner In
Honour Of
LadvM.L.C
The 11
un ML. .
i c and all
. f m.- WU)
.1 honour at

\
.
Auguslin was nominated to II
.. in October.
The fun Uon Mi <*| I
Mr Si Geo gc Mur
:oi or Mi
T i idad) wile of ihc AakiaUm
Bt Lucti
i isted by M
wife of Mr. Allen U. Lewis, LL.F.

UmWU a former legis-
lator.
COrBfS \vc:e laid 10
nine on a beautifully decorated
E-s.,opcd table Spcake
evenlrjg wen- Mra. William Hack-
haw, who piopoaed the toast
l\.e Guest ol Horiu:
A i-*n Lowli Mrs, CaroBUW li-in*
. nd Miss En nU Bouty.
i;asi immws /W**W*iy s*tfa4*
TALC
. inhmati !.
Nearly ail Uie E
yesterday morni
>
Indians in Barbados Celebrated ladi* Bepublic Day at "Chantily". St Leonard's Oap.
A (lift
wall
i the form of
plaque '> preeentad hy M1M
D ri Ml M man
Replying tin- finest of honour
i; omiaad to do lur bast for the
is.and as a arfaota anil uigod Inn
womenfolk uf St. Lucia to rally
..round her.
Indians Celebrate
Republic Day
< Ivm l'N> BftM IndlHU ol the cummunity celcbrat
in- Waadg ,\tui well-
mtdnt today to
Ii us in our celebratior
ilk Day but owing to the
daj M out celeoreiion,
we Utvitled against asking anyone.
Let us hope that next veer we
.hall have naoj Meadi with us
-hi this day.
ZINC
w.iin |o thank all of
i-ome here this
i m "his eelebra-
!>ay at "Chantily bt. Leonard sGap. the resiu. a* i^ that you may
ol Mr. T Maraj, yesterday morning. The Blast Indian stores .,n be^oared many a year to come
in Bridgetown were closed After the celebration the mm SSSSu .. 7aSBth-!!
Mr. Vcrnon Esmond of the "V of tlw Indian, attended the Intercolonial cricket a, K- &&
I w .1 s mil .linn n.naiinirnt hi sinetun Oval. I.clued ua in anyway
reived larWnf >.oc..u "- l'ened to Mr. U the Mopla of Barbados aim ,la aRalr a WMT.
IK. T,i,'.l llvKleiie anrtSai Sabji"! braadcaat over Raul. nothing tome In the way. ai id u, Tloiu
lalron eiamln.tion which he -.n Trinjdjd In Ki.gl.ah IH Ml freed, no aclllah rnolKc, lu Ml ,M, ,
i I..30 p.m. .wMciday. Mr. Sahay the gc-id lelallonanlp. s >u,iB Naln nal
aliapirea of Ihe Roynl SgalUri ....... ,. H ....... Indian language.
,.,.;.,,,. ui li.it-i.f-M.nin. Tilm- CihkIh'iII Ainlms.adiir. u i refrcahmanui wan served.
lit ,r p |M,|. T|...-I.r. nf *h. iiad. The llldllilll. all tol.l I
- cue Ih.l the broaden.! WU "Mneh depend.
,.;..,,, behave unions*! Ihcsc Intelligent
ti.iuliun Hi r and Inondly llipll,
** y f If relallona belwaan our n.jlh.Tland ____________________.__________________
By BOURJOIS
FACE POWOFR BaOUOl " LITC*
unxiiiAM VAIfMUNQ Ki\M -WtUAKTWl H MR GUAM
Thr element line oceuri
W -;mf blet^le'
rialut.il form oi inr nl-

of lead and silver A hard
bluish-while mi'tal. line
was originally produced
m China and Suma-
n m ri substantial
quantities
mined in Britain
meat of the world's supply now eatttM from ihe Americas and
Australasia. Cntur.es hrfore ?inc was discovered in the metallic
. \ncierit Greeks were sMJIH it* "res with copper to make
alloy that has beeorr. i'> modern lndustr>*.
| Hg ,r m. aH -'-fly important today for coat-
ing oi 'Kitiv.tuiMiig iron sheet and wiro to give protection aiainst
: < is also used as a r-fflng material and In the manufacture
of c*inH> lor dr> liattencs. ' ** PU*es for
print.ok Compounds of the eleme.iti arc well known In such diverse
masHctne, .tyeing and paint manufactur-v
,,. wire and itrip for the
electrical industry I.C I. makes sine-chrome pis"
inents for paints and ilnc compound* for the pro-
aatwai Of rubber.
i - Hvalih Ci
f-ccessful in the H.'alth Visit
. x.miTiaioii kUOB IB* took
tho same occaiion
rfaia) wasChairma
'..UI. Mr. Maulv
Hi. iiiif/n \.'ir-./.'/f.T
Good groom u
for the entire
family
iri* SNAKCS
Republic. Independence ^ -^ ^0^^. lx w,n uVrc-
'" meaninB. .,,. u. U( our ^^lug tredit to
> on. t, ks> :l reiiulatnni in whirsi
Mr. Thani Address 1VI. u, Jdusdrj ...
Mr Daynldus Thani addivs%it ] Tin- people BOd '
the natherinR. ai'i 'mc ipn of Barbados bava aralasM 1
nMer <>ui national ti close!) foi u lon| tune <"" uials

image ti. Ihe hi.*.' ith) and
rather, Uw Oreat Mahatma -ssdatetatidli
leadM I'licy ii..., 1 ieod atth m
ie Notw and daught-'m ->i u. out aehlevemBBl * hwdapand-
our iimthri'land whose sacriflri" mid- and will 110 doubt !-
and triignl.'- for freedom ms '.< to ses> well behavt'il .nd sincere
uch momentous day possible In friends in us Let us go forwBfd
history. with thai taik In hand
Mu- f..r lh..e brave and that we succeed. It is very regret-
FIVE 8VAKES were caught I
Chnrch Vil].i*\ H: lo--ph. on Pri
day. Three wen killed, one suffe-
rs ted In a bottlo and the other I:
mil ah**
The living aaaka. which Is be!n;
k-pt In s bet tie, wi brought to Ike
City ycstirday by Vpntmi fm 1
Bt Joseph it BMasan
During thr ruornlng It 'IrmiV I
gill of in.s'i'li.nnl milk snd a gill
Of water. Ffnty ssld that he ha-
te feed It
ui. nil be shackled in
of slavery and serfdom
,i tluiiK li be .1
Free snd ind-spandent paopl
\) with lievdoin >.f
,.
'1 ...i .. natloa roui.i ad
,..| wilhoul any Out
ltd could refuse to sub
i lilies anc
i- in 1. doing to-day
\ ( Uon could ui mi snail
. a] coatribufion t
im araas towards prosperity
and well betnj ol U I
other less fortunate,
f the world.
I "i ' in.il \lrn.i|ili. n-
iniiuinlty in Bar-|
' end. Your piesen.ee to-day speaks
in itself. We have a de-

1 .Hardies* of oui
datlHiterg i>f India. We strongly
and nxn.j.ly desire peaceful
..... with Ihj
II 1 BOJOS with whom
bite has brought ug so close to-
1111 in. small distance.
- M is wovlhy <>f un'-
BVe so fortunate to be among
' idly and nc*r peopit
Wttb Whon our Staj i utigsaaiirel-
plaBaaal . iBBd I 1
r.-neal stmosphere is very con-
genial whili>t the cUmtte of tni
i-\ely island is particularly very
ea't y.
HOW 1 Phould like to take tins
opportunity of giving a word m^ la my Callow brothers, e--
|iiii.illy t*. those who have ar-
1 in retent months. t.
try as mu-h as you can to vat
MttVII. STAR
CARGO TO BE
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L eutenant Roy Hughes
\ .I- Buperinb odeot fol-
iwlng the lalter's departure for
to work with U.B.0 T.
Lt. Rugnas, neverlhrl.
'.tini his former rank Bt BMAV
hei of the Constabulaiy'
.of thirty-two second-
1 exhibitions gi
1, M'hooU luvr been
1 ne St. George's
.. whose lleao is
Mr. John Morris, iormcik of
l,.o ..h' In :i.,
groupings ptipBi of this school
obtained first pi
with
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Tlie bamlsome familv is sure of good grooming tbe
Palmolivr Hrillsntine DOt'HU: USE Was:
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lANLAtYn. us:
SUM) XV ABMh \TI
How Much Sense Does
T. S. Eliot Make?
PACF Ml \ i
\U (KORGE MALCOLM THOMSON
templed to throw the poenu War came and gave him an
"!.TfIl^.m1** une "' P'ercing American naval comnuvMa.
Family fortunes declined and
thousand drove him to whooimasic-ruig at
For Wesl Indian ASTHMA tv
1-j 111 loosened Firs
rjooksJielves
I kND MAMA. By T. S. be
M.ot. Filter and fr-feer. 7s. .d. i.*a
w W beauty like:
- BTBARN8 Kl.luT. ''."* iriiid *#*, .
American-born poet dram-iisi aim u'tuixr, from the pew. Highgate. He lit out for'thc
,,>us and o* ' really matter that to foreign department of Lloyds Bank
nis most tele- yu "yew" may mean one thing because the work wu easiei
i.i.i his best) play *"d to -^"l another? What mat- Was doing well in the City when
bag* is a *" u the precise but tentative Hugh W.lpole pushed him into
. i busyoody n-med ver**' "' w"ich each line seem-, publishing, where he did better.
l | irobia- lo * ,!,ubJect to r*,vtl**> by the He has a good bualness mind. The
i Sir Harcourl-Kcilij. M*' With 1U learning, obscurity, family did not stem from New
itsi of ahe characters, irreverence and occasional splen- England for nothing
they are mi, But owur. it has done more than any- In the mid-twenim he became
opinion-; have thing cue to state and f-rm the famous with The Waste Land hi*
rnong Eliot's admirers. thought of a generaUon. flrst major poem. Every under-
An American teenager wrote to And wh*.t has he sought to graduate discovered (arter Eliuf
it Julu. 'She it your leach' The emptiness of a pagan
isn't she' I enclose a world. The need for religion. The I orou- old / orow old
p lor reply." claim of the Christian religion. I shall wear the bonot.n of my
S...d James Thurber: "I am not t all have accepted the teaching, trousen rolled,
so stupid as to believe that the The turning-point In his life
party [a The Cock- <>>'y the other day a school- tame m 1M7 when:
is actually a chkui! master at a fashionable girls 1He became British (more ac-
party. What do you think it to?" achool w Brookline, Boston, was curately English) in nationality.
dismissed for reading to a senior and
tinted with hi* c" a "Profane" poem of Eliot's. .Was confirmed by the
admirers for failing to realise One girl was "dumb-founded," Bishop of Oxford at Cuddcwion.
that the psychiatrist Is really another "humiliated" to hear He had become an Anglo-
Elio!' Journey of the Magi from Catholic.
..dmirers a master engnged to teach "bust- He likes Kipling (as ooe') cits
m his meaning bet- new English." (as cats), chee-e (high). Dis'lk. s
doaa, Oikc he wrote: Eliot commented palien'ly "Oh the theatre ("It Interferes with
lOOrM uur hospital dear, this to most benighted. *' meals") Milton (as
UKm- -
.
I ruinco mil-
Uam. But one learned t "*IB m.'
>. that ,( Eliot thlnki L
. Adam, then he is wrong.
I ay. Eliot humor-
i-curity of
the only
bom as a
hi writing in ver'e. For
: : t ..,.:
1 t its frnii-
ESirS*'
kin'l
Perhaps we must waif foe He u deliberate in speech judi-
Chrlstianlty to reach Brookline." cJn' w,th "'T sentence seems to
He himself was bom in St. .'"" '" a veru'ct of guilty with a
M wmf- a en h.- ",ron r*.fOinmi-nda.k>n to merc>\
"' T.'>. -" '- convlvi.Hl,. Is nol above ,K
"....."-1 '" "' "">" "-" - joke al Ihc hdiw or the con-
prmnud u, n imoeuimciH ol (negation
liuil..,ul,^ili.iuri.i, wmnlnj. A h.ncUome cold
.normmm tunwui'.<.. ehaqua lor ciism as m i
...... I ol seven, olner. 01 Swedish kroner -which my lawver
,U*B Uya won UWDCUOB. t-ll, mc |, (rw gf n
Drama! ..i archaeologist, sister a> I.e.. Ihe Nobal Prize Aim the
Order of Merit.
Most quoted pre-atomlc 1
I :". S-iulh-
At Harvart hi
ii.-i.plinv his ahyiv
wuihl to tu, u lh, ,ra ,hr ^.^^ :lU
by hoing Nof ^1, a ^^ DI1I fl u.hl^,r
in" h'a v....'- lu '"<" '"> ,4k, bo,,n " IH-ta-k 15 "Trylnn to use
. N.irae- 'son. in o Donncll, l>miia=.um. word. and ever, attempt Is I
,:,! ,,.',',.' .. ." co,tume, with nil lor wholly new .t.rt. and different
. .,., ruaghtryam.Mwmtj.10Paw, mtfutw.-
ropsup London, Oxford, before the 114-1 Poetry and Dr.m. Is a frank.
., , war. EnilandI was impossible. A down-to-minute proereu report
.... , people ..tuned wlthjuchdiMi.il; n wh.t he himself re..d, a, .
poi named ln food Is not civilised." OxIordT eml.fallure, his successive at-
Steve O'Donnell who gave Eltot a "Very pretty, but I don't like to tempt, to Invade the modem
H| im. ucdantradtt- dead- 1*' "s ny to 1 land theatre with poetic dram., and
..t, dan. where there are no Medici prints, a prophetic message
md his nothing but concubln.ge nd con- World Copyright Reserved
Nadar may versstlon."___________________ LSS.
Bermuda House Debate


a*Magj Ouod
HrlUVQ >vuiu J-iiUi
..........
tana tviucA nau Man
..... I......
in 11. nit Luiiur ol -i.e. mws-
I Ovtii very Ulavuunuu.
ii iu ooiaVagskSNsa,
1111 tit naiad mat he
*uuiu support the repoit ol the
nuiiuee.
UXg Lbal he kliared the
views of Mr. Spurling, Mr. O.
JlOOIIssMd his intention
of supporting the report.
i.ing that strikes me so
fmcib.y about this matter is this,'
ho explained. "I voted against
.ai motion but the de-
raj made by the House
and II was put very fairly to the
newspapers. The editor of this
1 constituted himself
on urbiter of greater Judgment
than the members of this House.
It was a very arrogant attitude
- 1 ika."
Ranitkdlng the House that he
too had objected to the original
motion. Mr. Edmund Gibbons said
that whether the House was right
or not was beside the point.
I nnl wat that the House
tba debate not to be
in- urder was ignored
1 Lttor of The Royal Oa-
rfba his be-
I presumptuous. For
members to stand up here und
laud tlie action of the editor is
ridiculous. 1 also thinks it is ridi-
culous to say the editor acted IB
the interest of the public. It was
nol in the interests of the public.
Newspapers are in business tu
make money," he said.
Stating that a newspaper was
operated by a "hard headed
bunch of directors." Mr. Gibbons
added:
"They are in business to make
a profit. If they can Inform the
public at the same time, so well
and good.''
Concerned About House
He was personally concerned
about the right, privileges and
dignities of the House.
1 think it Is high time that
some of this freedom of the press
was curuilied. We must protect
ourselves."
Be Bit;
Mr. Smith took Ihe floor oa.ee
"Why cannot we be big enoi--h
to admit we were wrong? Wny
cannot we be big enough to ad-
mit that progress In this world has
only been secured by the
courageous individuals who on
occasion flouted even parliaments,
lo their ever-lasting honour and
glory he said.
Whatever the editor of that
newspaper didperhaps he was
rather rude and perhaps he was
mistakenI maintain that he did
It lawfully We should have the
decency and big-heartednesi to
admiro him," commented the
Speaker,
Mr. I'earmun said the feiecl
."mmitlee was furnished with cer-
tain InfonnaU a
"It was obscure and did nol
BSPMl 10 MIT} aUi> ml aBllgJil
enmeni on the subject." he added
Mr ."ear-man then proceedeJ to
disclose the nature of the infor-
iration to whuh Mr Nlisick had
1eferred
1M? Caae
In ISMT. he explained. Ihe House
took a similar decision and on
that occasion The Royal Gazette
adhered to the decision under
protest. The Royal Gazette for-
warded an account of what had
happened to the Empire Press
Union The matter was. In due
course, referred to the then Clerk
of the House of Couwnons, Sir
Gilbert Campion, and a reply was
received.
The letter pointed out that only
the position with regard to the
British Parliament could be dealt
with.
Breach of Privilege
"From my point of view the
order prohibiting publication of
that particular debate was in
effect shutting the stable door
after the horse hud gone. I have
heard nobody question the fact
that the publication of any re-
port is a breach of privilege. To-
morrow morning when the news-
papers come out with a report ol
'Unless the soul goes out to
meet what we see we do not see
it nothing do we see not a beetle,
not a blade of grass." With thi
quotation from W. H. Hudson
Amy Oakley opens Behold the
Hcst Indies, first printed in 1941
and "with a teat that is absolute-
ly up to the minute" in 1931. and
over 100 illustrations contain.n,.
some not printed in the M
volume
The book to dedicated iu Watoort
Minshall "whose enthusiasm foi
Trinidad we share"
It to not surprising that Barba-
dos gets a poor showing aftn
that. Trinidad is "a terrestn..!
paradise', Puerto Rico is "incom.
parable" but Barbados is simuh
"Isle of sugar."
On her way to Hackleton's OUT
Mrs. Oakley describes the "Mono-
tony of the ride as being "of th-
very essence of Barbados" Mr>
Oakley drops some bloomers. Sh
states inaccurately that all of thf
land under cultivation to in the
possession of plantation owners
Had she taken m> advice an<
checked with the Year Hook M
the West Indie?, she would hav
discovered that peasant holding
accounted for 17,283 of Ihc i-4. 34i.
acres of agricultural land. There
is also great confusion in her
mind as to the difference between
Sam Lord's and the Cram KotsJ
Visitors to the Crane Hotel are
not in the habit of exploring
ground floor rooms "with mas> ve
! bedsteads."
Mrs. Oakley mentions with ap-
proval and Man
and rum omelette, but she disap-
proves of frying flying fish.
"The frjing of the captivating
creatures" she writes "in life irri-
descent as rainbows ana likewise
arching the wives I maul
much as the serving in Italy of
larks and nightingales.*'
Mm maktsi no m
fact that whereas Italian* can ge*
hy on spaghetti an.i rice Barba-
dians just could not afford to live
by watching tame (lying fish ie-
fcemble rainbows.
The only place winch Mrs
Oakley seemed lo anjoy In Bai
bados was Canefield House, then
In the possession of the motM i
the founder of the Mary Eli/abeti>
Tea Room on l*ifth Avenue. Of
the 513 pages In the boon Barba-
dos only gets 19, so there Is plen-
ty of reading for those i
interested in other tcrriU.,ie>
the Caribbean. Beginning with
Nassau. Amy Oakley take* ui
With her lo Cuba, "Tempe'Iomi:.
Jamaica", Haiti. San Domingo.
Puerto Rico. "Uncle Sam's Vir-
gins." the I-eewards, the Wlm.I-
i Itiadaioupa, Haitinlque,
Trinidad. TotsUO, Dult h W* I
Indies. Venezuela. Colombia, an 1
leaves us In Panama.
Her husband, whom through-
out the book she describes us "m>
illustrator" sketches aiiyUinv.
from a flying fish to Robinson
Crusoe. The book is vcr- u.
printed in good clean type and on
excellent paper Some J Ihe
illustrations lose their continuitv
by having a white space between
the folds but moat of them are
effective and add to the enter
tainment of the book. Amy Oak
ley writes easily and she has a
lot of anecdote gathered in pei-
*on during her travels In the
Caribbean and collected from
books and other sources. Some
of her expressions Jar. For in-
stance ,n lighting by plane a|
Havana, Amy Oakley comments
"once more we< felt the onrush ol
the city's Latlnlty, its European
this debate all Ihe&e newspapei
will technically be OOnunltUng. a
breach of privilege. If my motnm
is lost I shall ask to leave the
House," Mr Mlslck said.
Mr. Misick's amendment wan
llieri put. Only Mr. Smiih and
Mr. Mtoick supported H
Mr. Mlsick then left the bar of
the House.
With only Mr. Smith obj^cling.
the report of the select committee
,iiid the message of the Legisla-
tive Council
b. Kground, its American fore-
gi und. wave after wave of emo-'
tsonal contact, as tangible as those'
that al first impact, had seeme.I i
about to engulf our sea-landing
plane" This kind of gu>h i. BOra
dtsturblJb to a BnlUh readei
than the occasional American
spelling of words like
for Veoftar. If Amy Oakley could
have travelled with less mteiot
Hi "souls going out to meet her"
she might perhaps have uiven
belter account of the West Indies
und certainly of Barbados but'
nwybt Ihe book might have then
be, ma leas readable than it is.
Th. Barbados l*ublicitv t'oinmii-
tec uitht not however to let the!
ma'ier drop there. They should at I
once send a complimentary copv
of ihe Advocate Year Beak 1131
to Amy Oakley, e o Longman.
l l Co. Inc. 55 Fifth Ava-
nuc New York who have pub-
lih-d "Behold Ihe West ladle-'
by Amy and Thornton OaMct
(Price $4.00).
f STOF FAIN ^
QUICKLY
VBtA Phasic...
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say 'NO' to
All These Questions?
Da yea soaar tnm
BACKACME?
RHH-MATISM!
M FFPl J.WSKSS*
HMHAi Ml S'
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T(K) IREQtiEM
URINATION?
If TMIMM M-VES"I
Barbados gets better publicly i -UJlir,iZ VE 'T\ i
raj frutn The Man who died. *? 'fUdS? , .
OufllM tip iSaorga m,,- ffi S &*Rt ,1 ',
The lamous dindbld icbon
PAIN SOOl HES1 RVI S
No nmui bo i
hmffrm EN ariDbru
comiort. quickr r th. I'HENSIC tablea
neither harm ihe hcju ". Dob*1
sijbiutuicv Keep g nippl mou1
Dodd's Kidney Pills
^1N0THC> DEHlRKABIl IHIkC
| i ABOUT WHITE ANIS . .
\ A ,.,mi,. m ^J
ront.ln K.. ^\
M .nd Wo,l.r.-. ..npl.,.
jf t. n.B.*l..l____t tv____ -----_____.
,1
i
irganiuilon bent on rapid
destruction of every sort of
timber. Besafervmrmb. r
HfOm
ru.'t'1'
. Knopf New York at ftJO)"" 'XnlTJZ^X^vZEL
Thf Advocate kj mentioned, the-------..^...ZTl ... T7!=.....
night club and .to W>\VZZTSfc'S?Zttto
pr.elors are referred to by name. *,*, M. *, ,.|. .,. ^, , ^,
the Crane Hotel and a lot of other _J. ,, U lU.. BmiU .1 io aj. j
R come into the slory. There1
is t..lk of oil and Ihe author
shows himself huniUar trltt Bar-
badian eustoms mid backgiLiuiiil'
| It I ir tg asglj told an.-
i.oi.i tba UaoUoo as surely as it
WOUld bavg odna had Honolulu
basa dioaat. ag the scene of
action instead of Barbados. If
poop in fad are half as inter-
D leading about themselves
as Ihc publishers <>f newspapers
n> big The Mu
Who Died Tieiie will be the
> ear's be I seller . If BOON "i Ihr Weil
ii Countries o/ the
COntlnUM lo \h< Ihe
; i In"i ll . and up to
date '' (i tn'e vctk serving Ihe
Published by Thomas Bklnnar
oofc IfSI II
the 23rd to be printed.
Il price remain, Cl. 15l jn
tlie West Indies although Ihe new
c poiea] with 934 in 1950.
In Ihe section dealing with
-:.c<-i to an
said to be In Georgetown instead
town i>nt UUa is a small
slip that can be rectified IkOO. Of special interest
a comparative
i incipal in i"tts uivd vx-,
i I -49
The labial .ne cvpeoally valu-
able heeause Ihey contain a re-,
n m< that Barbados major ex-
port, sugar, depends so much on
absence of drought. In IMS Bai-
iported only 49.85? Ions
red fui 8Z4i
i. i 12(1.1.09 in 1949 Mo-
,t, .irchnr Iiiitii
8.235,.iaa gallon* to B.143.926 in
1949 iiicl rum dropped from a
D .k 1,40,471 aDoni m 1941
to 611.9M gallon-, in 1949.
Fh
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Tun TABLETS 8 i I lilt Hilltf
. FROM aSBMUTM MM ItSt, NFKVF P*IM. ,
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Rot and Fun(i Paim or polnh
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P"ar for Bermuda, Bahamas all
the British. French. Duleh. and
CaHbbaan territories,
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("liiiiibia. Venezuela. (Ju-.tfinala
El Salv.doi. Honduras, moan
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Rapubu of I'anama are
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There are sections on Canadian
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-:i I'i'.h Trade < hapter on com-
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IMMX. There is an excellent
map. If the slie of Ihe Year
Hook iBCraaaai us more and more
taUstlOB are published by Carib-
- in HiTltanag, the Year Book
inil'lnhers might have seriously
in consider publishing in two
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apatata volumes for senarate
territories. Meanwhile the use-
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By t i'n Shtfftl
HORIZON VAL
5Wht dUctpU wai a phyiician"
(Col 4 141
At whit rtvtt did 1'jra pro-
claim a fast? :-- pafth
11Ireland.
ISIn what wilderness did Iih-
raeel dwell? iGen. 21-2H
ii H fillllll*
IBDesign-Stamped fabric.
20 What did Job do became of
lil* many affliction** (Job 3:1)
74Ancient Jewish ascetics
if-Sea rl*.
""Canonical office.
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dermta
StDij
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WPithy string*
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3-UUUan.
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-rooted vase.
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Christ? lUfet
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9-Add*.
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12 -Weathercock.
13 Insect*.
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bcrmctWaUy.
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JO Being
II1 Shower.
MSmall quarrel
33 Fruit: comb. form.
34Scope
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forbid Paul to teach the go-
lo Jeremiah T
47In what place di>l I
whom Saul consulted live?
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M-Mital urn for keeping water
aSfUrplred.
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paper, offering to acll the three
hi ugly or Hi any combination.
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C. F. HARRiSON & CO. (Barbados) Ltd.
P.O. BOX 304
BARBADOS


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SUNDAY ADVOCATR
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TEIEPHONE 250.
ftl IIIJM SAIIvS
UAL
Far lit.tr...
. ijtw n a* fa7 mw~t
MIVM '
FOR s.xi.r.
-I MiW. JANfARV 27 I3M _
FOR SALE
HOUSES
AUTOMOTIVE
trawtng
lied Ml*. kitchen
r.ge. telf-contalned of
di tan w nai
i m.u.i mi \ r
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. I .1 Mil tTI Mr. Albertlrui
Ue.hlll le.ide.
Friend, ere .'

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Bedroom Miiiiw
Not Be Wler"
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Bungalu. Ideal I
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rcnrrvon mii.i. t lAwmtCT'
MAXWELL. MAX*UX COABT. MLLI- | A4Je*TB
' I r rOKTAlUUJ HltlfiHTON RT.'daw
;!. and ELHEWHEKE aevcral New 1" '
tone Cb"iiI'' "'
(Wiirn and putlding Rile, including
.Idc and Paring ea Hh Hlght-ot-wav.
K. WHITE I'ARK-S rtedfooen Partly
uiwuiay ar
Ei.gaa end
i *
tmNnM. Mii Mtn. " *
TlllHI -*'- WHAT WS VOi: a*V*
IRRrBCTtoN*- THE M.KASUR*. i>
MIKE' Call -I nnv, Hough BBBBBRMga.
H\ .K\si.. (I the Wilt J.i"
I h" n- 1.... iil A*r I
Raw). Rei k H..II. Ai.iw> .
nal will take |.l,
ifi; Meeting Room. Pelrrhl
ELEUTRltAI.
lUECHKlEKATUHH. I
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tl. In..(.urn hate I'll* *
.1 MROMAN *. TAVU**
Ph.
d Ml Sl-ftn
Mabel Burton
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THANKS
IN MEMOKIAM
'il.l(.l.*l"l- Aiuillift ahlprnent
MHE Refrtgeiaim-. ha. luet
.ii al K. R Hunte *> Co
,td. Lower Broad Mrxt for Ce.h <
in Tm>. Dial 4-.ll or HOT
13 1 SI >i
0 WIW Betton
111 Itwah Co.. Tudor
e Mil Re.l.M
FURNITURE
am and t H
1 fitting.
our horn* A. MMI al Co. Ill* l.i.1 f 1
Ralph llr.i<
|ajdj|..... I .if.- aaBJgal
coffin i
moibrr and araii.Hr:
PIN wlio dfpanad
jath. I'
TlU n
PVIIi.,""WVlTr^l
klarva. Aixlrry, Onf and G*r*
IT I H in
OUMJUlfi I ......
iMlovad motltof l-AI'BA CUMWK*
who dMd U-.-
Two yaar i\f pa
day
When "> " lavad wai Had ajnr
Bill III "U< llMHl-- * '"* '"' *""
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I'OLLTRY
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i Naicklim
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RraMa Oap. Rlwk BacK JB I Bt-I
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m tt
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-HI. a Lara* *i.is.- WorkaH.p. ill
lllon. Idaal (ar
V .r.t. Can Vla*d Um
pm Unda< iluN Can Buy ItPlui
Appraimad V-li -< Idwd. laPPER
-.M..'f.
( ..rtvrf.lrt.rrt ('Pad Cni-I
J.1P0 m It ti-vind Raw- . Cortlact

linda
IT" WaJ
llouaa iiliulrd Rt
bov* lha Oeapal
IK u.r rooma. dlninc
ba<
and alarlrtr.
tfeRRlRa,
. O CB
I.IVKSTiMK
who Wtl U to ba "lor t-ri "
lh lurtd" Jan th 1*>I
tftvanui*' i-
TTlBI H I Ii" )* 'towd UP-* h
TlwVw Wd HM M M - ""-
And iltr WkOM hea" I- n"'*v
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1-l'ftprjrrV- Allracti
. U-ii'Mnd Villa Ifcarn. a ajpraa wiwt
m*f iva atona IxilMknd MM aq faat.
I IroM Errol lluou. rti Winda.
rixina ! I MIn.
mumiiiaW Mm
Ml. RKrfM
] iiindrrri m-i-
llli: BAKBAliOS MITIAL
LIFK ASM RAN tt SOCItTY
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mn >" '" ""JJ'^Tj Si,;
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p| Rptll*"irnl
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T\hi.n
dapHlad i he
ajal 'I.-.-
* and Alfred DotUH .uncla.' ._U>;
Pila Itonraa, H-mual add Ddnla
MIS< ri.I.ANKOUS
ANTQUUI Of vry daarrlptlw
i. i r .... I Jrrl>. hnc Rllvt
Uui-rcoloura. Early book.. Map*. Aulo-
I Corrlnnoa Anliqua Bnop
-.:. inlnl Koyal Yarbt Club
a lp si- i
> in I'iiUbHUB a> AU> A >lii|>
. ..f Iti. i-.|.,.l.r 1 ARWAX I1JAN
I.lill u-i amvad
loo* llkr na* after >aiina I.AIIWAX
.rlv inarvallou. Dial JM. Courtoay
DaaajR mim -
RM
Mepa Irom l*> Ii al I
lined, rirawlnri ......
i i.i in>e>l -ilH Jllaw
l^vuua Tnraa nnf I
nraoind. 'I *
ruoma. Nuah loilet and P.nh. with bou^
In bark .landing on .4*D mji
MRTtftvlllrThre (Ml dltiow*a.
i land
.niaricr.. bhhiB Bal
t MaaabM DUltden* all*. ...
i.imM ".'* -!'" toH of und
-ai-tod In Naw U'rdrn.. On b.iildlnd
I in IMrrm ii.ui. i-.n,umum
i.i Miii-r fart. And many olRdr .mail
,,IVr.tia*. and k-vaaa. rr inl-rm-l.on
Hill
rJSoLVED thai CRHRB I * I
I \Pr D.-I
lol-
L,b>1ili"l b"''>'
I. adjaj 0
J ^"rp ~"-nd'r;''policy "o7" pnh.-d
U.W"
Canadian National Steamships
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-CANADIAN rBUIBJEB-
IADY RKX1NRY-
IJkDT NVLRUN"
CAMAD1AN CRUIBJER"
.. J-i.v
.. :s "Vby.
.. r r>-ty
u ktareh
Bait* Vrrl... Hail.
bartaa Bafbadar Harbad"
_ ft T*b,. 1 r*y
1 Raffty. M Febv IJ*J
Rf Feby. March in "n-th
any dlrecl
mm red a
BfajrtdM
LADY NBUauN
CAW. CRUISER'
UAOT IRinNET-
l^kpY NEI-SOR"
CAM. CRUIRBR"
8i,u, TRtr. ir-b "ISS-
-a r I.. 11 rVby - ?'
m ;;; i, '.. * <"*
LLaH>rcn 1ft Mar-h 3 April April
. ft April 7 RfBH
_ U Api II
j.1 ahall ba Uken
m rrtln nl
if ftM.fdB<-i n
l eajalinK '.r
apoa A uli-
BOv",|lfc\LTV COMM1SBION
Marnill Slraal. Dial SHI.

...am. aa .. II per
... wn.n .1 < HirfHTl. Tudo.
W.Wfi:i.
UEI.I
sT.Mn:"Arurr.
I ii., and in I
T Oe.ldr. Ur.nl l.i.l
I'cndant Hind
BUlfftaai: Mi

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l
-. KIRJ'ALAHI
HALE NOTICE
a URfftll Iliad will "far for .ale
heir oeTk*. No If. HUM
llruUatown. on Tairtl.r be ;
,.f iMUf. Iftfta, aft 1 pm. In- .latrabU
i.uililiiuj kil o| land totilalnind n.tfti
-uan fart or UtarMftrtlla all-ale on
i^p ol Bendarvou.. Hill Ivuul 1.
l and adlarenl b
Walk lire laaldaofi
Mill The 'He l> in -nm.i -
..( lha Ooll Club and command, a
'T&i&mFv*m*n .- fswRW-Bi
'' "** ToTTLE. CAT1UHD a. Cft..
utlillin
i* Wn.
Im-oine Tax Notic
POnCf 1H IIEREB
IrMome Tax rftfturna ar<
Irtjrf m..rrled man w
liaMM per annum or i
For ftutbrt raftTBaHBRBl PR**' '*
GARDBiER AUSTIN CO.. LTD.-A*eM.
REAL ESTATE
JOHN Si. BL4UON i> CO.
in., a r.v.A.
RnM "i MORBWRR
FOR SALE
"at. nwklrr N^. I
Mcoa.Sham^CP-

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WRIT 1MD1AN A1HWAV
Rtoad I
HH1TIM1
HISCELLAN1 0U8

,.,nr ol 11.1- h-.k lo, "W pie ftMRBVi
Advocate A-tv.it.
!,,., :..-' M
family I rhiid arnool ftda;
.'. I.. ,'i..'i
Valtaaa, attacba ra.ea.
_ ..tint rtoubla lcH*.
A IIAHNES A, CO.. I.TD
.1 K.4I.
celienI equlpnwr
rd Coal rnwoo now
lltcka. Tclr-phnne I
ii.r
rrlXODUNT- Tablrta nuik.
. i rr'ir.liii.k RRRlllrWMal an
lm lia-l breath. M* tt> a boll I
ftftanalva P'i.e ; I*
KNiatrrs i.ti i
1 t f n
The un.leiiiied will offer for aate "I
No II. Hlah Streel. Rr.dae-
WR. on Friday the I.I Frbiaary. 1HI.
.1 1 JO pm. the dwrlllnfthouic called
Fl.l.EHSLIE" wllh Hie land thereto
I
adJoi
|| ..
ii. n
laltdl drjwn.iaftra, drawtna and diniru
it... braakfaat roam, iwn bxtioom.
It and bath and up-lalr. ) bed
m.. Electric lldht. companya waiei
I aa. turned In.
n.pecllon any day belween the houti
I p m. and 3 p.m. on application ol
or furlher paruculan and condition
ale aiiply tot
COITLR, CATPOKD A Co.
tcMaitofl
____a income Ui P-
over and from componieB
.corporatod or unln.rpor"i*
iie,t*me TftUDaparUnenl AFTER T1U5
1ST DAV Or JANUABY. !! nnd ihe
,>, dill, filled "> murft be dellvarftdi
tn RM on or bclorft Ihe f..llo-nnfl
".'"ftB.^yS peraon. who~ bort-
!Zre clo^^rrth- MM day 1
Dacember. Ifftl. on or brloea tbr
Sl.t d-y of March. It* ______
Rnu.n. ol peiaon. whoae pernctoftl
place nl buameaa U not .ituato_l.i
the tiland on or before ihe aft*
da* of June. lfM.
Raliitni c.' other perron-, or* or
before the Jin da# of January.
MJ, D OBBORNE.
Ciimmlaalonec of
tncoflto Ta and Drain Duttea lARi
- -Any perann falllnR lo nwko la.
ithm ihe di
NBW YORK HF.RVK'I
f I'.Hl
thrauapeul. The
p:ovhtM with aahbaalna
haye u
lane b.unar.
vaawndali lui
I MA IRA [>..
liv ..ml iii-i-n | prop. rt.
ray Ranked lv> mahaaany
, kltct'ii pei.trv -id lara..
Mill HI
An Bali
M.ii. i'.t taoni
riitldlnJa The houae iund on
,.ii,r... t aaraa ol ''! umbered
and .inalaan>. .|.|>toaChed by B
tno advanlMe of bains well ele-
vaiad nnd cool, wllh fine viewe on
I ,.t la l. than a mlk*
uaay and town ft raltoa.
ii vnovi ii
\ RRRaHWJI
NEW OBLEANR SEatTICT
IMh Januar* ..-'* Rachadoa ll*t Jar.uai
:ioin Januaryai'ivaa Barbndoa 14th Fabmar.
M
an Barbauoa Hth Febiuarv. 1W
CANADIAN BaTBVMJfa
l fine
C10O and not lara U
will be proaecuted
aalii(actor> reaaon 1
11 i
WaNRLOW cattije warm.
ruiiv Barnathad. Htandina ox
road] a| kaad, RW Ii

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RVonahope Pu.nl
AUCTION
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
HRANKrK. trotman A CO
ntsa ii<
RADIO NEWS
How iona
IO Ihe .lent I.
naajart your radio and
del away with It any mara IhaR
let the radki denliil look II over
t..d... Maybe It. only a fUHnR
.( | fI ilranlna,
. i aine that e baVft
I. -

Ml leave a ^1 OpMRU
nornei. ItwN > no charae. or
Ol'TllHOIMl
Maaae af Mup
"ALCOA l't nUTAM
"ALCOA I'luNEEK
"AIA-OA n^NTFJl
A (fTFjUltFJl
A WTKAUER
A M bMhhi
January 14th
January aftth
Pebruary 11th
Pabruary Wth
March I4lh
March aard
acroimnodatio-
Februnrv Und
March Tth
March aatti
April 2nd
HMRIWF-M-K Ma.well CoaM-
HolhrTRal
Turiiinn bcldc the
road.
a
For full pjitiiciil.ini apply

2BI52--2n
UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER
N WEIlNERnAY 30th !. ord.-t "f
it C A Bred a* a III aril al No. aa
cr> Quartan, fiarnaon. hi. F\irmlorr
re Tip-Top Dlnlna Table. Uprlftil
Ira. Idaboard. Morn. Rtilte 1 An .
ira and Rellee wllh Cuahlana; Ital-
d ILook-.aar. Deak-chair, Couch
MMM Table* all In Mahoftan>
Cbrd Table. Picture'
Top Deaka. Jak.u-ie RcTeeiia. Ruth
in tfpholi Couch. Bciblce Chair:
.. Wara\ Wine Cooler.. Cnliaina
k. DH'ner and Tea Rerv^e.: Eterni.
na.. Double Becl'trad with Bprtna
Ifcmloplllu Maltrraa: ftinftle aaMaftaad
S|-rtrid and Hal. Mallrra*. Unen
Prraa all In Mahoanriy! Double Iron
Kedatoad. Bprlna and MaUraeac: Paid In*
CH Cot. White Kreaama
Table with Ptrw combined. Nrw Jon..
Machine. Pooh". Ice It... l-irdei.
JbM and Ulanll. ..nd other.,
I ja ,.. 1 -
iir. \M-i.K TROTMAN CO
Jt I r,3 i.
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j: HOT WATER ON ^
J TAP for YOUR BATH "
I ;
X -ra-Yoi
111. MMI RADIO ill I Ml'
Tl ROEBUCK STREET
Nr Moravian Church
J. R. aULRTONE,
These veeaeli have limited |
RORCmT TflOM l-TD. NW TOBK Al QV1* ttERVICI
APFLYeOA COSTA CO.. CTI> CAN AM AN SERVICE
.-*>->0r>0'a'e -Xr-^, CeJaR :^',->aavO',C',-^- '. : ',', -, ', % ', :'. :*>:'- *'.'*-'
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FOR sai.i;
%',*,-,-.-,-->',*-
i\RLDIEM"
a two stoaayyed dw. lluiadMHiae> landing on I0.T70 s-iuaro feel
of land on tho iiicumpRraW* St. Lawrence Coast.
Bxrcltcnt upataurs and unwn. dining and iltinc rm-nu. 4 btdiooins. pan-
try nd kltcrrtn, Eesctrlc lighl L OaWtwR
and MT\'arili rooms.
I'urihascr to havr option nf buying furniture and effects. ,
InapeeUon by appolntmenl. Dial 8137. (Mrs. K. R. Hunte). ^
The above will be offered lor sale at public competition on v
Friday, the Sth February. 152. at 2 pm.. at the office of the
uiHlersianeid from whom further particulars and conditions of
sale ran be obtaiiMKl. -
COTTLB, CATFOHD CO.,
Solicitors.
J4.1.5215n ;
w/^tf/.v/A*/Ay.'/.v.'''-v.
-*e->-e---e'-'e*a 'ee*e*ram*'i*>'*'-' .'*--'--. ;*?.'*:>.'.'.:: *'
badroaaaa. lar<-
ciminB moiu. drawineT roam, loam"
HaUarlaa. 2 ftama.w. aarvaMa'
Ui.arler. for UftMa .nd all uauni
.....ea.iii -. Waded
i... i-
aaaKa
Further detail.
PeterA
. tfaaM
with sMrajrad roof, lately ea-
.....'I I'- treat
tne praoonl oaHar TRa
houae hat I wbto roomy varandaM
. laifte drawlna
.. .eyarato dimac raan. 1 aaad
Lxmu i Wih waah baatoat.
. T.l.ard. Sowar and
."' -ml laraa.
in| apare fin- cara. "Wyar
,. ,-vrled nn the r.
irnw, hiaaaa and
perfect vtowa Of RW
t A H A H I \ N > \ M .- ,
Coaat A baaottlul pmp.i
bodyiriR the nnret pre-war work-
fiMiiidiip. Well deeMtned for aaay
ni.n .na with 1 n-ceyUen. 4 bed-
I randah. kitchen, pantry,
garadja. ayataieonai etc. Tha land
vajrtabli
orchard and roeonul pay*
r*re walled aarden nav be raid
arparatoa/ aa building Htc.
Rl S.IAt.O* RorkleyA Very
roeafortabla curapect
hunaalnw in good residential area
on main road. Accommodation
fn>ni rovrrrd verandah.
draalng room, breakfarl room. 3
11 mean i*. kitchen. pa'-i*.
rnutrtora Plemanl garden
and a good >jrd .:
MOIIIRN Rl'MIAI.OW. araeme
Hall TerraaaaHone c-iat ruction
wllh parapet r i
haa Ihe advantage af a corn.r BOM
and a vary fine view aeaward*
aa ".in
wardmbe*. Lame touaae
I, with 1 verandah*
i
applied wilh tilted nia-
i-
LINMRT". U.inlpn Oap.
n#. A modern, mealy plan-
ned coral atone bunRatow wilh
r.>f. Select reeldrnlUI
ana. Ideal lor quick arcera lo
RBvaDaaN
Mug from aandy baach
-i.nt. aleo at the
i Kockley Beach whi.h
A i-ominodiou. lounge/
"" depth
of the hotaae opening onto a
pleaaanl c.ivrrrd porch. There
.ire 3 pleaaa.il bedroom*, nudern
compact kIWhrn. aarvanta1 quart-
er- nnd **. Ona of the more
attractive .mail houaea very eaay
niRRVM". Worthing. Modem
inaatow In piaaaant real-
dentlal area. Acvwrimodatlon com-
prUea- lnungr, danng-roarn. Uuce
bedroom* wilh running water, bath
i a iter ..i>d --larn kitch-
l-uid It over '. acre all
and there are many fruit
bu.lt
t_i..icr
FLASH-CALUN6 ALL IADY SHOPPERS
SILK

73c.
NOW 5T
5c.
[ works, bav smirr.
^.:;;::::- .:;:;v,--\
Flowered Corded
POPI.IN
@>
Sl.76
NOW
&
11.00
Crepe Bark
SATIN
11.74
NOW |
si.st
WE
NOW OFFER YOU
SWEEPING
REDUCTIONS
ON THE
FOLLOWING V
LINES .
STARTING TODAY. SATURDAY 26TH
GEORGE SAHELY & CO., LTD.
19 SWAN Eft
FLOWERED SPUN
i
95c.
NOW
@
80c.
rni m-h
lie acaaa. Cool poaittmi and -
BBBdt
beach <'.:
mndntion with 1 larae rerefrtion
rooma, orRre. kitchen and
ft good bedroom* and garage.
Enquiries invited
III M.MoM Maxwell Coaat A
wall bm J bed-
rooma. l kilanwn.
("'-. aervant. quartora. A
pleaaanUv k aled pr.i-
aalr al a very cornpetiave figure.
flftAH*IIJ4 Plml Ball-
Hoomv S etoreo- houea with gallar-
lea. living and daMPJ rooma.
pantry and atoreroorrui:
garage and large .-u-bullgmg.
Orounda are about . of an acre
ith fr.ul ireee and paature, alar,
ontalna good building plot oi
i. lit it Rut -r DTI M "Utt;
TAFFETA
PLAIDS

$LU
NOW
a
$1.18
ETC.
ETC.
ETC.
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.,t.i: | badrt
"BaBMERRTDI1,
wttii .hiagle r------------- ----------
ne-l Wllh aide verandahi al front
m '-ed gaUartra.
,:
J double bedrootni. kitchen and
raiirv. 1 irnarf rooma. guage
Tha land la oajn-
plrtrly encluacd and there It direct
:- the fci wilh good bath-
mg.
-ll.MllKUU. Cuiloden Bd.
4pecinut f-aiorey atone houae
... i with lype ol
. ratals teen to-day Ae-
rommodilton c.imprleee encloaad
allrrlea. I reaaptloo. dining room.
B bedraataa. kllciven. pantry.
eloreroom* (araga ate. Well re-
conunended at the graatly reduced
a -.had.
BriiB-. Carrtoan TaK
proparlv I- Ideally attualed tor
nv-ei peapie in ihu avar popular
dleUirl. "HBmernede", whllit not
le private and IU
I be overlooked, a
with mudam
bnuen Thu bu.'galow an erect-
ed about lft* a i. oonauuetad of
.i1. >.! ch> roof. There
i verandah. living taonv. 4
Iilmorc* krtrnevi, arrvanta'
double gance etc Land
..bout 1.4H m ft.
I toi-el
oui-bulldlng. Oood arable land
over one acre. aU amloeed with

market gardening or chicken rim.
Lo* figure oeked.
RENTALS
..id ...n.tn i mob was
recently caarertad Into 4 tparioui
inaurv flato awed with all Modem
inavriiiet'ea*. There are -
B acre* eurraandmg the houae
Uld out anth lawn., arirubberlee
and gardaei. Tha iag tt
...ipl.MiCli .. ri:n.l..l b| Tl**'lf '
n.abogaany ttftaa
IFNAMAW". Wildey Mudam
i bedroomed b'.mgalow nicely lur.
on Maaa
.I* ppiar^ga.
stntcix inf..i v
Coaat I'llea- lurnlabed
..n. laaaw H fro*
lath
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THE FIRM WITH THE HEl'UTATlOV
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e now in a position lo mppl
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Gavuttr
His Worship
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New Exciting Values!
Bargain Homo Weekly Bulletin ol Buys.
1. KHAKI SHIRTS
Short and Long Sleeves..............$3.25 up
2. DUNGAREE
Suitable to stand hard wear......$1.38 yd.
3. WORKING SHIRTS
Biq Stock to choose from........2 lor $5.00
4. COLOURED DRILL
Reduced Irom $1.18
lor your use................................$1.08 now
5 NEW AMERICAN B.V.D.'s.................... $1.20
Other Styles ........................................ SOc.
6. WHIRLWIND SHIRTSReduced Now
7. MEN'S SPORT SHIRTS...................$2.95 up
8. BOYS' DRESS 4 SPORT SHIRTS $2.46 & up
9 BOYS' VEST SHIRTS................................ 65c.
.. SCHOOL CAPS............................ 41c.

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Cane Carts
5 Ton Capacity
very strongly constructed
10 50 1100*20 12 ply
Heavy Duty Rear TyreB
7.5015 Front Tyres
Jeeps
Genuine Jeeps I
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SVN1MY ADVOCATF
I V IKS
o\ hjkasim: nrm
General Ration's
Widow On Yacbl
When i'nd If"
Bj II O. HUSBANDS
of that uilrepid Italian navigator in the
I n Cabot wh> during the reiifn of Henry
Yll aj the Northwest Passage to
| thli Iff | k
It was aboard the sleek white-painted ptoMUP
Uhr.......I ii MUM "'at 1 called on the
Hon. Thomas D. Cabot, a resigned American official who
i inherited a passion for lb
Thorn., tk ng a planned a world crular m Ma
Ui that wi would
done m. woe not
ihenolil Wheat- prlvUaaad to rruleo tha e*Md In
patla >acht Hit Patton is now 'hi
Captain Rosr .1:
Mhea lad If
cnw. ItfH 22 loot and
who keep In tollcll with of I I
'i hi M pad ami a beam of
Mthough moat of the

Hi an auxiliary
oka for the engine. Ughting tad cookinn 1-.
US Government during the done by elect ncii>
onal Security Affairs. Everywhere on deck, la la*
irl room, the small kit. I
1 his post to Mr. bunks and even in the cngino
v.- 1 aptck and span.
-tuning and the tTOOd
I'
'his The Itinerary
1 -pent 6\ Hi]lin ThofBM C||bot and the two paid
of Ihc in- world, on Noyandm 10 Dm .ailed at
World Srrurity Bermuda, Virgin Islands. Do -
II hi not hat Amortee wants iniea, Marl m Lucia
:. where she win joined bj Mr-
he exp! ; onl I ittoa, Mi*. Cabot and Mr
1 m secure them- Wheat arrived nt lui-
Bt Vincent, On I
enada (whan u 1
j billion U.5. dollars this gueel 1 LUl Rooerl Arundeill
., I'-, '... 1 who 1
throe .< brothaf u. Mrs. Potion, 1
i s dollars. td to lly from boston to
. ..dt-nt Of lOtathl party laterin the cruise Awards w ,<.,,: passengers have missed
id Mnen sad If will be a Hoepita] 'hi
I a |:...badoa in a few ,nrt ,.
i \a rs tl Unique and expect* to eaU at *in, w .,,., ,..
largest p.- d various Dutch "*Trthaw. whose watch". wen
arixm bl llld pin- Islands. Thomae Cabot toU.me A group Ot men wen employed .,"jRn ,,,
drivers', ha\
Ready for -bore an (left to right) Mr Thomas Cain
ftteveii WasaUaiid who arrived here on Thursday from Tol.n,
Mr* Patton ! in her mid mxue* but get* aroand tka yacht as 1
Mr- Cabot and Mrs
yacht "When and If".
SpfifshlHUm n Hmi ml up
Man Dies After
Head Was Crushed
EVANS EDWARDS, Sth-vendor, oi Man
Sptlghtetown, died at the General Hoopltel ihortly after
noon 1 n houn after in- had ins head eniahad to
< challenor'a bond at Speii;!.
watei logged woodan raft which would wemh batwacn (Out
and five Ii ra m was exactly: W yeas i old y<
ll.li.C. KADIO
PROGRAMMES
Nurse Chosen Ror
>|M't-ia! OofJrM
Nurse. Qei
elected to ui.
1 oi
Diseases ( n Medical

.bout three months
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rutieura
V/ SOAP
The-Truth in
Your Horoscope
Ho is pleased
about his
CHAUFFEUR
A V
We have them In all (jj 0 Zi
sizes Each a. only l
ii i: l ii a: r
Khaki and Plain
White All sizes. a.
$ 10.80
CAVE SHEPHERD & Co.. Lid
tii..
^ri thai be Mrs. Patton. who M In hoi mid- Mill he reaching "oaton nealn. lorry, K-27t; uid Edwardl wlUing-
, the widow "1 Major "We h;ivo had a very pleasant |y Joined them to iv. U
s Patton, ihe trip" Thonms Ciiiurt intamotod band
mandei of the US. and when ashed whether he met He was .standing behind the
i. and of rough weather coining from Bos- lrry und Ihe raft whil.. with
i Arat] -.met- IWV ton, he remarked nonchalantly ropes attache
made itu "oe ksnalbj it.-- weather U mg to get the mft upriyht and
great advance from the beach- rough, but a trip ka always pleas- thrn on t" 'he platform the
head of fOU are not drowned" |..n>
OOt Perhaps this was wn the resur-
of France bv the Allies. He died pent .iplrlt of John Cabot.
In HMfi at the age of 81 after a ----------------------
Jeep m i many
V
of Umbei propi
! I
ivtts. Ihe ol .1 ei
Mu emu In the U s a m continu-

And n- in When and It in
which ti aroonol
i .
-one fai |ed aa a
with s.(uaresails. When
..nd II t mil in 1938 foi
Major General Patton by Pandat-
'
"Goof" Fined
30 Shilling
For Loitering
Bystanders said that the raft
skidded out and falling, caught
Edwardl against U
Tin- nfl "
repair sehuonvrs ai Ihe 8petahta>
town moorings, had been I
ashore and lifted i
bj cram \
trolley took II to
the wharf UnCl where Edwards
met with the fatal acefdi
This week the NiiinU'ir, of the
Spelghtstown Bon' Club were '
pon-
OrOd bv the Pollt-i I)- pai'.iui'iil .1
Spalghmowi] Pouoe Poat fm
I film Take M.
To The Hall QaDM" where 009
II p m The Dally
i i p m
Now it can ba Told. p "
*- ll.ii. nj up.
7 p m 11

i Hm m
nm HN usnirt .,l andTsia. laipm ,-n.
hockey, football. i_ugby and ViMlK , hl> s

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ii. ii,. 11 Huteon aUai "Goof of a post nu
Bay Land. St. Michael, was lined hel aln| bj 1" .' A
30/- in U days or in defUalt one Browne the
month's imprisoiunent with hard F.'lrfleld Factory. St. Lucy
labour by His Worship Mr. G. B. started grinding her I9S2
'"s Griffith who found him guilty of Frldaj With Haymani Factor)
lign of John O. Alden. loitering in the private yard of St. Peter, starting off on Monday
. ful when Gwendolyn Rowe at Taylor's Gap. the three tupr factorles^of
MHine
sailing
hence
Ma,
kith th.
luring.
Patton had
"ill

n begin grind-
Eiiropaan or .'
uththcfoolbal. n^.. ^"o n
The
Ting thi.
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. | IfMBI. ddr and OlM Ol
,.,,,. .11 l'..l, .Mil. .
mo-.i -ai-IW 1-^ A.I*.Wle-l *
t>.A anW I t BOII-h
l>naUi o.de. lor .uiu-iy. isasnvsHuato
an4 "' inlereMlna iileraluf*. You lll
ird al U>a rmari"i'>
|| Mu iUWin.nU n*"il .i>U and Twui
- now >- 1bl> ofl."
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-ABQOOE. 'Dai" I3-1>' i;pp.''
, n,m*.v as. h-aw. PMtsca
Ii a,
nils ami H inntotcr Land. St. Michael, with F* "d St. Lucy
Intent to tonimit a felon. \\ l l in the case was Mr. tMt>< w" ,ne "rM '
E. W. Barrow foi the defendant inR
One witness for the prosecution Messrs Plantation- Ltd U I
il he saw Hutson in the Measn H a Q Challenor Co.,
Clwoiiilolyn Howe uultc i.i,l. sugar ihlppari Ol -,
near to her sheep pen. He Knew town, on Kitting their
the dafeadsuii boua
Mr. Barrow- in his address sub the produ
mitted that Uie witnesses of the Warehouses are at SpetO) I
prosecilti.'ii .oulil nor be relied on. S^x Men's an.) Shit
The identity was not estibllslird and ._ _,. _..-.i,,,,-., * u*n
< H ,, pn^SSS c,b,h jU5, ^ pnl .
nlcd. The- ^^ .1
Ihm Ur wan , h,d J70 ion of siitai
nod u> ;v"rn"";"'.""i':,'," L"' """,on*
Derelict
0 i .mi page i
.98 feet
rying two naati
hull, whih "I carccn-
H i nan*

boat
^-t. Mr. Grlfflth
ulU MtUfM fro,,, the
Mast** i 'nation t<> ,V .... ,#,.,,. (h. ,
Mas,,, oi Britten ."l '" Z1''""!-'* ^Jl*,^.!-" of/u"r
reoh rontact Trinidad." te old the
iinidad. he tour! that he knowi the defend- SprinahaU'i sugai li now being
got the repl) '' un" n,s ""'c Previous conv.
i ..a- vails tion f.ir housebreaktng and la.- bouoai In BrMoatown but when
.i live petit larcvnies and thne the crop reaches the |ak.
o| tha ichooncr a>niih but th" convictions for ioit.ru i: lajdei li i '""' *a*
! -tci h.-.< Vacancy Act. In the year 1933 he M* "
Pimples and Bad Skin
Fought in
24Houf$ifli
sir'- ibr dlM*>trr f huMo- It tn BlfOSI
>arr f*r\5raaa M luTx (torn -flTTdii. snd -S.-it !-
Latin and dlaBcurn* iim l.|'fnl>li*t fovr ml list a.ll
I!,"'.. S?SJ"r.a.. a., am,, t
.-> ---- Ha. HIih*Q' RrOI- p**dlns 14 (KIC
and lUd alMcka*. Mn't m a 1..1 -
'IrlM and cans* tau In S*s inandi
WHITE SNOWCRfcTE CEMENT
lor I'irtltluns. Ceilings, floor l*aneU etc. we .-nrr:
ST\M).\KII IIAKItltOAKIt Mill I--
The Board of 1.060 uses, Termite proof.
I" thick. \ 8. 8'. 10' lonr.
TIMI'Ikltl II \Kim)\HI) SHI I I I
;' thick. 4* \ 6\ 10 long.
WILKINSON & HAYNES (')., LTD.
iuii r" l*l "it'
UM* raat nnndi a
<:.-4ifl<- mir. and------------
Ui mplt uusk r>a >n dim ltd
A New Discovery
awsse
'.' -'..'-..a j '
ill 1.. ton -i il SI*
0.1 hai|enor*i
ciibiei tti the ltriiiiti Coooul ol anu deemed
Carup;.no. Vesteouela The i-al
alao itated thai it was not
1
/.nith but investigaUons
the local
Harbottr nd Shipping Master
Lead. Caru-
pano w..
1 larte -i u i dad brom
life DO -igo.
. queni cabsearam reach-
ing the local Harbour and Ship-
ping Moat*, hront Trinidad yta-
Elddlt M
Chacaili.. irotmd 11
I last
1. 1 apM '- ii
the upturned
portion of tha hull ami the veeoel
Limed to in diifting west
[urthea odvieed
progress and all ships In the

1 ft out.
Tna /^niih led b << iindei
A. Decem-
ber 19 with I crew "1 11 and .1
load of atona pm Si rtnalandi
1 vogue and vaga-
y. Mr. (In filth uIm.
.!.iui-.t linn an incorrigible rogue.
WEATHER REPORT
Y ESTER IIA Y
">' from <'odrlixt.ui;
.01 In
reiitl i:.n,i ,n for month to
date l .36 Ins.
1 nil'. 1 itnr. I.'" i) I
Wind Velocity H miles per
hour
Karometer (9 am.) 30.910
m ami 30.910
TO-DAY
Sunrise ; 9.13 a.m.
Sunset: .V55 p.m.
Moan : I i-t Ujuarter Janr
f4.
I luhluir. ti.00 p.m.
llUh tide 1 4.13 am. 4.02
p.m.
low Tide i 10.01 a.m. 10.43
warehouses nt Bpctghtstown (ton
f.,r Haymani Factory whll<
: 1, Hay-
mani and Fairfleld
"Speightst onl ans look
to calls from sugar
Spelghtstown during the CTOP,
but it is not likely thai ihln will
ancha In that i>n to load bafi
March." a shipping cierh low !li
. tordo)
Tile St. I'eler's Chun h asOOk,
Uw "Big Ben" of ftp.
has itoppad working Tliroughout
Pi Ida) ii"- dial read i
t. rda] It road Li
For some wt-ks DOU ti*
.l.Kk li..
nothing at 9 a.m. 11 at 10 ..
two at 1 pm ate but y
rled good time.
The .lov
repolri Bu driw re, irho uauall)
waited until the clock struck the
. ! 1
stand at Ol u Btreel
town, now leave whin Until
watches tell them that th
up.
The;*!! Do It Every Time
By Jimmy I Lit!


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