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PAGE TWO M Mill VIIWil \n •st Mill SUM Mlllli -•'.. 15I I'UAl Dsal %  :!. IOII.W 4 45 t 8.10pm r.rl Continuing Daily The THING. "-HI I I I I \m in IIIIOIUHM %  T I \ .1 :^T not. r vi -I.I llll MM II M.I.I GLOBE Ill-Mil It.I.', ami I „iilinuinu /, ."."'. %  •• 1 %  ,i~_ .~i rtac *. — i w •"-•.'. %  •. : "'..,.;„ • -'"f -ll.,|,/r,( •mr,lyt [J5J5!KS5!HHHSH B *i5 IWHM tuililion 111-11 \Y H..1II a.m. BOX Oil HE OI'EXS Tit-May at ft a.m. Mv.*^vrt*vvM-#v.wvwm; I AMI IA IHIISS SHOP ; LOWER BROAD STRKKT Jt DRESSESfor the Coming Season ;I >; Perfect tor Xmas Gilts o SK.IITIFS — Nylon SloJn I Crept SUM & 1(1:11 >; Georgette 9.75 Flowered Jeraey Sim & 4.7K PYJAMAS — Plain Jersey f.M Flowered Jemey 5.30 On SALE — Only a few lo clear, HATIIIMi SUITS $5.08; KM: it tl.is :%'.'.','.:'.',',-. ,'.-.-.----GND BIS TH NISHT DAHCE .ml... -i r%  • .llll l i .i ul ii IK ii IDOB hi hair IIRIM Hi ill 11 \*l (> %  ji A real Christina* treat %  : A MADISON M Mali j PERMANENT WAVE with Siilteepul Hair softener 'a M.M only I '''" %  iltM while il I PfefSM MM or rail at jt TIKI SI 111 II TV I 11.ON llrtireiior Mn.i .-.'.'.-.',-.-.-•.-.-.'.:'.'-; %  .'. %  .'.'. %  • %  : %  .';. '.'.:: %  ki:i:i> ruts nxii. ##•;. v... Siiturda... 1st I.-. <% %  < I..-.. 195I THE ANNUAL BAZAAR will bo held at THE DRILL HALL, in :iid of the Old Ladies' Home XMAS QfFTS for all ajzes TOYS from 1 up lleuutiful IKILLS and DOLLS' HOUSES STATION WAGONS NOVELTIES of all snrtu COOKED FOOD, I AKF.S. SWEI IS TEAS 4 ICES A well-stneked Bar Many Attractions FILM SHOW :il :.:w PUNCH & JUDY SHOW POLICE BAND LOOTS DIPS & . USES OF CHANCE Bring the children to %  Shop for Chrisln... in comfort & a cool atmosphere. Admission: :-: 1/fhildrcn & Nurses: (Id. i; M PIKE TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW 4.45 8.IS Ccmib falling DOUGLAS rAIRbrUfllS UYNIS JOHNSJAW HAWK NSi HEART THROR8 OF YESTERDAY 8TATI SECRET II O Y A I. Uit -Lows Tod*} HI A S.IK Krinil.li. Trijle Attrart-ossfr [WILLIAM KLI IOTT. JOHN CA I in (1) OLD LOS ANGELES (2) SINGING GUNS Slurring VAtlOHAM W (3) ROBINSON v.. TURPIN lit FIGHT : Tn.**"" "(' It* ait •BAD SISTER" %  ,, • i <--Kwoon Arm ABBOTT CMNMX) m "BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME" Tncriav Onlv Ml t Is is.uble At ASTONISHED HEART" AND "THE WEB" I ".1!IEN Ol MII'M I..*-, | Whvm Todi\ fcM i. TIII: SCREEN a osutAl i a i MTnOV STARS %  rUCKSR ••OH' SUSANNA" A Thrlllinii Saga of llll. IMIIAS I HUM UK AND Allan RockyLANE IN VIGILANTE HIDEOUT •* MxndiY r Marif ( hrfcrttiM r^v lo OT"•Ja ywlfitliv wtwi-^ r i undei%  '>od Mi. Raldini will shortly bi >l a jefiWy ati %  1 ntd *t Baibado-j bou. tw> ,(BV acn from France v Houthumplon and Mai Unique. Jc* haa many frien.i iMWroa and lined to live henRM manv i-a r>iinre. I.raving hv 'he name l Ml ABM (ircnada who wan here f"T the Oil* i' Adi %  'fTif-er. S' 'irennda. who had be i. Molel. Commonwalth Sugiir T^HI. ft. Reverend W. J. • Hughes, Assistant Bishop <>( Rlinilniham. and formerly Bmhop of Barbado*. addressed the Bnrmnghani RoUry Club on Social Conditions In Uic Wal 1'iirlng the counje of his jruppnn (>r the Colonlea augar Why not decide 10 bin ill our MiRiir uiut. in.. British Cwnrnonwvaltl) and from ho depend upon aiifar"'' he iwked "In tba Wen Indir'. *e> Mtmot understand whv we gaVMld bu> our sugar from Cub;. |pndil>g preiimis rlollnr*. when the trade would help OUT own Wt Indie* v -Ty." MR. AND MRS OERALD STOCK Benefited Conaiorerably M B, J. A. MARTfNEAU I i> buttaCMkoan rtiurn %  atonalrr iflV tl months in England. Mr. Martinc;.u v. ho vuited England in i' In the Inold Card, that he I, I the opportunity t<> viMt Franco Ho h seen anOOt .'. DOOI Thonia: Gomel I*** as U.c Eagle Thev battled AmenenEnemies EXTRA MID NIT I *IKENAI>F D RB68 Ratioaraaoi are underway (oi Shakespeare's Jullu* CaeNai, a presc I Barriaotl < 'illece Dramatic %  i HI r.( b) Dank Fowlcx. The plnp ofoati n) Ihi school hall on 14th ..t H.30 pm. and will be fo p oatad Ino following Right. Th.Cott is .is follows —Caes-ic Ui.ni (Matho vii. ltiutn-A. s Hopkinaon (Modern VH Cases — C. L Alleyne (Modern VI); Antoni K King (Maths VI); Cailus H. De B. Fordc VI i Portia will be played by ShiiLv t Queens College and C;dF>iiitua by June Smith also 4 • illc^c. Sir John's Daugriter H o\i:v-iii.oM)i. now practising her run I. Kugidns. This 17-yearold, inerrv-eyed daughter ot Sir John Huggins. ex-Govamor f 4'months. "You should RM1 mother boast uliout being a gvand%  nothor". Says Miss Hugglnx. (hwthsJt Shipment jnAi Cbuiivad THE MEW A17STIM A70 III III IOIIII l-IMMIH SMOON RELIABLE — RESPONSIVE — ROOMY We invite your inspection of thia new and improved member of the well-known rang? of Austin Cars DOWNING ESTATES & TRADING COLTD. "ECKSTEIN BROTHERS SHOP AT BARGAIN HOUSE FOR BEST ALL-ROUND VALUES (KINKIB SHEER —in Pink, Blni<'."•> anj Navy / \ Sl.Sfl nor ynrti MOSS CREPE —In GMaa, lliim-. KII~I Brown. Blnr. Oar) ana Mustard *'•* l" r > nr FAILS SILK —in Tangerine, Siani .Royal. Chinew-Laequer. Brown and Blark RUE Per yard NEW RORDEREI) SPINS —Beautiful Designs on White Rarkfiround. special Sl.afi >:>rd FULL RANliE OF t m:ri s SII.KS. IIOM MM s in AnorM t'olom. from M.tln up Special for t.irls & ROVN HATS ill: ALL LL'ATHKR SIIOK.S in Whili'. Kroun. .mil ('rinolini'N. LagaWOSSi K "l .. ,, Fell* anil Straws in Vis-is In ;,ll SUSM3M up ,,, ,.. -, 1' \NTII s brtiiinful slvle* at >i. ill .i/.s llr up theap Plan BKASSIF.RKS trom SI."" I'p. Tin: RAIU;AIN IIOIISI: 30 Swan Street — S. Al.TMAN— Proprietor. Engaged T IIK tnifff^ i Mourned rassjotl] at Slial| rVOB Scotland between BUSS ; I i of Mr. and Mrs. W. HiWk|Slgl ot Port-otSpain Trinidad and Mr. Robin !' I'arkinson. son of Mr. and Mrj l i'arkinson of Strathav-ii Janet is at present takinj; a course in nursing in EmJanti Robin is an old Idge School boy. Mr Hodgson was for many years I master at the Lodge School Slid iMOW teaching at Quc-; rtnldad. I-RWK toil VMOKI Sixteenth Appearanc* F RANK COLLYsfORI known as a character sctor: his Jonathan Hrewster in UoSatk an* Old Lace. Hal l In The Ringer. Mr. Manningham in Gaallght. Sheridan Whiteside in The Man Who Came M Oinner. .,iid earlier this yeur 1 in The Sho|i al SI, Corner will all inrssnombarod with i ha tin Bi duction of Soni' The (Irrle be i .. I ,'i.tv of %  : % %  i : %  the grumpy old Lord P Frank Callynxu teenth appaaranoc RH In B tn*n PI a -i. Transportation Difficulties M R. GERALD WINSTON. Manager of the Governmeiit Marketing Depot and M I ot 1 ttrattvc Bunk, infnn Dominica >esterday morning by French SS Cotemhtr after a.ratal Confcrence which 01 .,. . Both Ol ronwin In Barbados for another week due to UtttSpSffSattsn tb" Married Yesterday M INNA KNKiHT. daughI Mil^onard A. Knight of "Clifion" Strathi i U i l.i, ., %  % %  A (;. Stock, 1XS.C Stock of I.I. Australia, BOX, England. '. huh took place %  Rev. C. J. BI 1 i i vice UlC A % %  %  M BO, who was marriage by her father, wore a gown of gieaming slipper satin with yoke and sleeves of chniMillv 1 kirt with cathedral train. Her hall length tulle fill, edged .. an hfld in nlaeo by a cl i onnot met with UHas-of-t i ihawst bouquat RrOI Miss ROB• ->skinner, (ieorpe dc C.ale an ( Hernard Worme. ny. ,i leceptici I at "CHfton'. Strathelyrie. UM home of the brldo' %  The h neymeon I Oell Bt the Crane Hotel. Ship Romance K v rsTN ojt| thousands of but possibly isakno wOM sir, Pstei Cuttan, purser of • %  • tfueen al Bacmada -Meb BSshl ttetwec-n NOW York and th. I has recently become engaged il l .ml.-to-be is Mlas Botly I telt phOBl sshn inonths as swit.iil-i.ua i %  MR, (Mnnunli. After her marriage kOni UeBaavaT win DMha tm i'i Bermuda. T.C.A. Arrivals P ASSENGERS arriving by T I'A % %  -ir Mr. Br.idshaw. Mrs. i Bhavfli Mi. H. Thomas. Mrs. D. (ijiKie "I" an iced frr.m Montraal and Mr. and Mrs. Charles M i A. Skinner and Mi Bptal Bforo Bermuda. Talking Point Mr. Winston was stayiim at the Fame is "O! popularity, Il is Marine Hotel and Mr Charles at |hc %  parti of t"a siirrtrtnfl luiPalm Beach. Hastings as the guest aft} i th Exhibition LADIES DRESS SHOES i M rg*> Display LADIES' HANDBAGS Ic.i.'s/ Slylfs Hxrlaiir,In T. R. KVAIf§ Dial 4220 A WHlTFlELIfS BUY A BETTER SHIRT FOR LESS MONEY ^ RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT Palmetto Street Phone 4764 Obtainable at all LeadrnR Storea Dial 4G0G



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SUNDAY. NOVKMBMt 25. 1M1 SUNDAY ADVOCATE D\ THE KITCHEN IMIIMISS Ml/All* III VMM IIAMI II Nan Diehes f us who 1 ipeB. !" lt*i I got the iuuk after it". And day after day v.. I tiling, ue grumble, we M) that Ihe n.ew. isn't what It used to be eat ag is an art Bui ha.< /erythtaaj elae it ia also practice I BMBJ Baftoa4ttgfl bflBMI tkegl i* always a good leg of pork ot a shoulder for the week-. more or leas always roasted or eaten aa chop*. Tier day I had a small I %  .. til MOg ll And then I renit-mbered a re%  a friend of mine once ti-v— THU •wUmHi STL nicture Ilia i ion... i i •upon%  %  %  s; development* of a nnut child have been treata pity tnat falr> godmutiurs ad at kcwp*. "The frtnee has, fj in need ol one. m a headline H ;.a4 of O'B" _Ai faweaSBr* toy. vara a" *-iuu %  M-wMBpar ii, an exclusive lor>. -u a ferrety bear like erery healthy child, •pri'iee Chor-h-a alrpt most of !>•' h ow my* < 'quark quark. n mlhing -i ; hm anreag ot in.' ariVj make wtuit promise* to %  gruelling life so very %  His View HUM WISH to a uu ha pot —and not pt k i itill *aii i a Ikesjggtl to Ihe Hunpa he haw I. mothet could idd *o BH He has the mo-: )' "• 1 txap. pao*! Hc hmt hc-ps ol lhl | -.rt. tricycle, woolly elephant on ll(l i,v, mat uni> a two-Dj upar inter-locKing brlca ial k t v in „ lvll r uai t blue, DUiOUl model (Win with ^i,. ,,-uow. pale coffee u. %  anj other Jog, gpap powdera of Amei Lille boys to show them oil lo. k "No, on w ,.,. n amfn 11 you can't ride it. in a grand pi >%  miner. He ha the best vie* h from his nursery window—over St. I ...kr. gad new %  chains* to Main Mas luller-ekatrig on the |MI1IS round it. The ducks are at his back d< > never a chance to feed Uv ic it a bridge that leaning over -and never niig. .dl ins Ufa, when he > itop and lean over it. day under •iee In his own splendid He .-. double-breasted coal*. eight-button eoats, with round at la %  anonal appeaiancea. Ai. I Jgj I I rti and dungarees—when | looking. Four Meal* 'I, three Mils oi ehuia | . in sold, |>tl ;"_' .; blue. He has a mug ol Ba> twei with flo*er B OB IL HO haa InUi more-than-good meals .t OBJ lit eight, one, knil> tklll| thirty. !( % %  .M.l tea to drink n>or, V lhan —ti:„ v _. u ^ ,/ ^ EWING CIRCLE PENNY Mil \\ ANN MISfJRAVi; Alterlne Sleeve* mg necessarj alterations, in the he size of the araalk la BUI have been decreased by taking in Ihe shoulder seams for One of the most common probsloping shoulders or by taking in 0 Jre*s making is fitting a Uat underarm .scums of the bodice plain sleeve for a large arm. because the %  anneal was loo big ..i-ms are large just at the around the bust. Having made ba( K base of the sleeve cap in proporeill ei oi both of these alterations j he arantl to ehmb it He h.i .i private cin< '. BJM three ,-i't sail his boats on the Hound 1'ond All iiver the world more and more people wilt call him Your StaftMaB,** hut %  arc uiii can him Charles. No Tantrum MCOrlD WI3H all tin** *mtf u formttmm perimp xtui'y hagVanlj .... AUvady St'i laarnad to n-ara UOnteiy to ^^li^ll^. %  : eonie to kM kOUM, without lumlo the cook: "ptaaaa coo %  have fi i.n glad ot honnj I .. parly wtthOUl the rtCfc km, an,) JoU i %  When he ObB choose he p chicken with tarrol and a itrawber'y fool, M and vanilla ice cream. H. I I w and nunn* and abun has atones and Irull o atari v r. ry d > \ U'lI'lOUt Ing Ins jjgjgfc goes ieadil> a I'hout any nudging (rum the reai. He iraiki Ion Q aankat in* i public occasions, withoni Veal rutlels. salt. Pepper. Flour. UOO to the size of the armhole. >ou will Bad it clifl Baiter. Marsala ll used Ram In Ihis case adding on to the lam In arWlOUl fattari unless instead and H was vary awesleeve width at the sleeve seams >ou alter HW if eesaful) Water or Light Brelh results in gathers in the sleeve have decreased the siz,. of Uiu veal cutlets, beat when W oat into the tnnfaoia ..mder seams a --ihem. seascn them with aalt nri H the armhole is increased in corresponding amount may be ""•"> \:,U M dolmen \i^ 'nour "*" X *ding the une amount taken out of the jtaava a, the g^gj"^ • %  ; %  •*"* | Put some butter in frvmar "" h underarm seams of the same place by laying a fold in the '* >'n !md Whei it h 0 lu ^** " b^use will be loo pattern right down the centre of greets o,. |g, wltfcout tUttmg gl %  •in it and let them large acroaa the bust line. However. ,f the arm % %  iklrl r .,.., ...,!, bath sldei AI ^Lias E Tl,c P'oblem is to keep Ihe is large .d the K. e o, the %  he I his part) ,e a.mhnle and the same cap this would .. idl In the throwing laatrum rum (about OTM tahlMDOoniul and measurement around the sewing sleeve being too small there In Already ha can i a half)\nd krt toafliciltor an'•" ' *ieevc cap whde intbH case king the with. .,,, cope, cooUy ereai.ng the width of the cap at P |..r, t .hout |fj its base to a comforuble size for it* entire length make the fold in irony. the arm. First measure the arm the .shape oj %  dirl having its But thank goodness he hasn't let cumference one Inch below the point at the bottom or the .sleeve. U),,. ,ob get him down. He put nix i'more .-mpit. Add two inches for ease In this way you have decreased tongue oul at a phot". mutm Pour IWTIK2 m-rMhr ' n "maasurement If the palihe length of the --<— "— -"euHMiTLnS ^ '" %  for a short sleeve slash sleeve cap withoul vuilew .^jerve. lh(i ttern from thp b^on, of width of the i-.tl.an ol the sleeve. ^TUm^VLflL ^ C .. CU I' lh* locve to but not through the H 0U have deceased the size sewing line of the sleeve cap in of the armhole by taking m the three or four places. Spread underarm seam the same ..mount these slashes until the bottom ot may be taken off Ihe ileeve at Ihe sleeve measures the same as seams unless this would make the arm cireumferer.ee plus the the iklW loo narrow for Ihe arm .vo inches ease. By this method nt bottom. In that ease measure .> increased the width of in from the sleeve seams about the sleeve and the width of th two IsWhog on either side and %  leeve cap without chaaging the take two dails in the pa Hern the proportions of the nrnihole In nrcess.nv width -•! 'he -Icevc .| relation to the sleeve cap. atwbsg line running to a point a Remember in setting the sleeve the bottom Ol the sleeve. mite. Take them out then, and arrange them in a dish. Add 3 or 4 t iblespoonfuls of water 'Me frying let* In flour Just before you are to fry them. 2. If the •-line k not thick i nough add another l.>Me*poonful ind let it cook :< Any clear aoup will be good as broth. ALiltleTrip nut in nursery news item r > grumbling about' And PM a Prince a DalrlJ ll forgaal litei at koine no 11 %  no babv talk, no high ehafl i round ll • i,. . ,. hen .i open ti door at Prince Philip's study a/hi %  %  %  '<••• %  tinder the km Ftnal Hlesainu Bui %  ; I gild gtre hnn one In l blcaalng ..not he loo grand !"•• vmuu: For, %  %  trdngg %  in. die %  I I '..ill Of hi I are shn.uded in grandeur -1 kn'-\s what the Princess it golnfj to Ive him," sayU .. foot rid the upstairs rm I. % %  hut ['n. not goal to 'ell And Hiarently among the iiBiy Hi, u, a |)IIOITin en < tinMtrs' State secrets are the TITSfaSythf ^ '"" b ">Kle> .... Ho aked atom bomb, the new Bu ,w, thff yueeu to hold his sucked dls| Ul tTOOpa at Suez. loffee at a recent children's party ,,nd U lima I'rmre Charles gOM He dashed down thi primrose t„ | M vl that photographer Baron tried to —L.E.*. IN kUAJg] the hotels are idling Ihe gratilyuig oul-ofmto the armhole that some of the ..son rapidity. In the woods of ease goes in the bottom of the If you realize Ihe w England ana Canada there sleeve. Putting all the ease these alterations only after having ,11 ut the sleeves it is best to alter gen and tecut the •hesr lire reducing aHerauoni you can lay jroui .'llered pattern en the %  i have alread recut them by the pattern. Before cutting any sh-ev | new sort across the top of the of huntsman, tough-looking chaps result in gathers. ..i h battered noses and cauliflower To lu ,ke this tvpe of alteration ars, whose aim is none too good. ,„ „ long %  leeve cut the sleeve And In Puerto Rico, the Virgin across the width about nine Islands, and Nassau, tlu: shea from the top of Hh cap and alter the cap as for a .. ,t hapnetUjtgl Well. It's short sleeve. On Ihe bottom seethat new registration demand for tion of the sleeve slash from the sure to take thu aim cireumler' n purposes on all the edge you cot hum the top to but encc measurement and add the naUon'i bookies Seem they're a ">t through the bottom of the two inches for ease. Sleeves cut mitfh v shv lot And %. now II l*ve and spread lo match thi wide enough at this p vou want lo phone %  hot i, p '..n •P"-'* 1 "' > h >"P ' the gleam, altered n M the unih." .h.rri -,i u.ii„m, p,ra vL'r. I*ui the two pieces back together hole but if they are cut too narSi^SJrJSS^mSSS'SS •* '"< %  •" %  ** %  '" Eg row Lhasa w,n rvnitre piecing. Lutnr h! It w ?!£!' , ,L slashes just where ,l is needed. Altering .DejnH pattern lo recut rn . but Max hagone iw.v on Anomer comtnon munf prflb yU ^ c ,di„w you to slash lem with sleeves arises when the and ipread or dart or tuck %  %  iaeaaassar m ~ 1 \ aimhole size %  chnnged by makwhere necessary before reouttlng. I •" i I YOURSELF from the BONDS OF CONSTIPATION with "'MORSE'S SPILLS %  %  m ••%  an • • •—..1 TOSIi—a.nBARGAINS Hinhi before Xmas Timcl\ Renu ndveTti *• THUITEO HMEDr | roa ovu 50 lun BEWAREOFWORMSI i t i. i LOVELY GIFTS OF 4711 Colognes and Gift Sets Suitable for XMAS I'RI MMI'nc.il l„ Sc-ll ('. (ARITW BROWNE Whaknb & Ke(il \BCCF\ WALLBOARD fflJlty gives To Handle vou To Cut extra To Fit room! From 16c. per sq. ft. BARBADOS CO-OP. COTTON FACTORY LTD. M EVENING DRESSES Beautiful Styles. A nice iisMirtment of colours. Only small sizes available. Reilured from $.15.0(1 and 829.75 NOW $18.00 LAWKS' ri'UOVERS U ..<• 11.-11 Pulliivcr. in ; %  lilii' iissiirlmi'Ml of i*..%  1 shades. Ill siiii 32—3H A iiifl at a Gift price $2.88 LADIES' IIANHBAGfl A scnaQiional bargain—Imiiatinr. Leather handbags in assorted colours also white olark REDUCED TO $1.00 NYLON STOCKINGS 31 gauge—3 pairs in each IM>. Lovelv shades—all SiMS. I HI all three pairs .... ONLY $4.50 LADIES PETTICOATS Tea-rose and pink. Such u low prire has never been offered before. ONLY $1.54 PANTIES Belter in J Inv Locknil Panties. All Sliea. Tea-rose and white PER PAIR $1.00 M(.HTI>KES k ES Ladles' Nightdresses . Taffetas. Jerseys. gaBttVaV A Fine assortment. Onl> small nnd medium. It<-.iil..i Price $575 NOW $4.32 W* ^Modern ZDress Shoppe BROAD STREET GUN: Obilinle cam p la i nli rcllevadl bf Sufft'rtrs fri-m rhcumstlstn tll be Intcreated in the eipfrlT %  > relat*l Ll man's latter % %  NtUSCHfN I fr>>l rl tn my arm* and shouldor K na ~tarle-d in lh> small of my n. f a r ea alM uatll th. reallv -vevare. I bought a hot i la of Kruscheu and was nurprlsantmant than Krua.-haa Raits. which cleanses all tha ll organs, stimulates thrm to riormal hoal'liv BOfi raatores freahnesa and rhrour. All Cbamlsta and Storea sell Krusohan. UN outline eowora %  coafatr Ml D**afcrtera: L M. B. M.,*v. at Co Lie*., P O. 6o 17/ BVitff.fr., IF YOUFEEL LIKE THISTAKE WINCARNIS TONIC WINK >^ AND FEEL S§fjr~ LIKE THIS! BE HEALTHY _alC & HAPPY. THE FINEST RANGE TO IN ALL POPULAR SIZES CONGOLEUM SQUARES AND RUGS %  BaWaSaeaSaWj GIVE YOUR FLOORS THIS XMAS PRESENT THE CORNER STORE



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.•w.i I 111 R M \i>\i ui.ni 111 SIMI1) MlMMKIk I'.. H.l Rheumatism, a.ns, J. v W.I. CAN MAKE CAPITAL OF VICTORIA GAME Pickwick. Y.M.P.C. Draw Match As Fixtures End THE GREAT O.T.C. His Star is Setting in a Blaze of Glory Jamaica Should Accept Offer For January Tour By in ik If. iiv ii. ft a>ppi\ v.. now locked in pa irful Victoria State XI. In the I ftxtur* of their Australian tour. if dmmUMd Vu-turta fur 195 In .-.imp. of 230 and by scoring thtlr second inmnp Isawa cstab„„_„ d a lun. capi&V ol wlckrt, the rem.j..ng busmen „„l,n, h.> ""*"'"' ;'?*?" !" a Vein .will ..cel were dMM lor .1. LddlUOMl „, the flower ol AMnUW b.ttlnj_1MVI o^ '"„.., btt ,„ K A „.„,, who .cored I pOOB, r U nH.ri.inl .. II "J^J"?" " „„ r centurj lor Y...1.P.C. in tl.e.l Ismen nd Te^il cpl.m Unduy M.fcw i. Inning, .gain IGo irored wl srtM -rtV!S^s^ K ,J ^' a ^ '" n n8 tha. the We-t Indian baU .. Om -m 1 unaware 01 me wi in • "-Bowling H-kad was the m -t succes-ful bowler, taking 4 fo, .a In 9A overs. Edgar Cox of Cas.k Grant, then a member .if that he came as this gentleman had 1 • rd Wo. ust therefore I* concluded that lhIKK v/hen l ,rcs, *d the late Lord a good deal If he remembered SH '.^ — ^u '" hir will. %  >i oiMtcnct* on, the ore his death. It %  must have inline Barbados Turf Nor war it simply a cast of one of the horses 111 Lord WuolavingmilSf 1 P^1K SLff.^STtalS 5fi ab,e5 bem disposed of. O.T.C. was bought specially for the 32 runs. Bothwirte s were t.ken ,, T c ilflffr M% rac|n|| CJirMf ^ jhlpped |Q the Wr>( nd|w F|>w by N. Harrison bowling with M who opened Hea-Mey •iir N^ Wanderrrr. { a t Police 4C ang (for 1 wkta) its thr A VALIANT innings of "3 b< .re ?* %  > • ** 7 S %  V "" Ch ,C """ d X b, U "'" r ". • ff'Si.S'gK SltlJE )l the fact that the t-.t*..nl.mili..r condition, that mil* prompt .oroe MMUM 1 |. ri Ihem. COUI I1AKK FACTS . ... 1 01 game there u no li' %  „ ., I lh.t motw. a. olhlnghol ,,,„, ...,r,.l.-l hi Umore onl among us. ibfts have ever proved of such great mi OW there are quite a number of detractors of O.T.C. as a sire and more so in Barbados than in Trinidad. The reason Is perhaps a pie one. In the years 1936 to 1940 there were praeticallv no other BSS %  iiaisasaans. u.n %  # %  "T s ln B rb a d( of any account to breed from. Frosn 1940 to 44 the n .A.MIl-.Kl-.KN VS. niLlCb onl> other was Sunplant and from 1944 onward* there was a third. Battle Front. O.T C 5 detractors therefore reason that since O.T.C. as at one time virtually the only sire, then later on one of only n"-..' 1 'el"* 1 • ut n ' 'eally follow that he was bound to be a success The Trimdadlans. on the other hand, never ceased to be, inpressed with O.T.C. aa a sire because they noticed with what regularity every son or daughter of his that turned up to race In that colonv ck Teddy l *""• P* Mainst Wanderinvariably proved a success This ,* preasclv one of the factorHn proved. I challenge H. King and T. S. 1 kett each got fmL era yesterday was chiefly rawhich the true greatness of O.T.C as sponsible for PoUce staving off any of his detractors to rcfuU this fact, what seemed a sure innings de2 for 5 and 11 resp tvely Given ISO run victory with BbOUl mainlng lor play. 1 Iheir second In. 0 make fur :' hours retwiek started igs, bul s de'TWE NEXT Important point Is to scotch the f imiliar argument that the third day's play M. O.T.C 's progeny was successful because they raced against poor of the fixture. Wanderers so opposition. Now the success of a sire can be judged against those three points. "-'ho have gone before him. and it is 1 re.mirki.ble fact that, after the .11 ..ih i>f Cjuiek Match, no sire in the U MM AntUlaj produced a creole Byer in his dogged innings, was wh* won 1 BOgM rac* ID the Importsd classes until Footp.nl p %  M abiy supported by Bernard fclorris Isu.. .meer. Between Ibg Urns tliat Quick Stap and Ifateh Mai who made 36. On the second day If* 1 "' th '* t -* ul(,, 4 M.iuheMroSI m the i in ported rlasso mm the da* with Victoria > ptrhap |J mosj j m j^"S ll a S£l' Interrupted play lorclni the play", -! %  , %  look back Us ba't l^" Buenrnw won1 his Unit ranm r el there was %  lapse or more .„, t.i the west Indies. 1 u m.iK< crs l(J llie pavilion on several ocor t, '. ATTENTION GOLFERS I gl tn< links could cause you much 1 open to i) lyment of heavy 1 is to Issue you with . A GOLFERS' INSURANCE POLICY th.it will flTI reaj fi'H i>rote.tion IgBlngl tbj :| DA COSTA & CO.. LTD.^c^s ol the lour o i.„ Wli.i opinion it mean %  mo bulging win "ii "' %  %  1 .., pav 10 ihe West Indie, a ehunie MloB ,^ At ln dri v r.f the Second Te.1 m.tch plckwlck had -co , .. los> ol 8 wicket*. ,, l.„l 1., w,n Ihi. game but Mill holC the ,„., w „„. „l„.,l. ijtar js tonic rjlc Edwgrd,. .„• ol their ,.„„,l will have been achieved opening batmen an 1 ChMhe T.y,1 .. ably lar Irom completion ha. | or „.„„ wcn , n B: ,„ p a i| ol the ,., X-d '.."..• llcUUh elecllon probU !" lor .kipper John „,,,„„ „.„.„,, ,. mcni ,,. ""• "*"'""" ""'" Taylor got nine b,,. larle. during __ m lot Ihg MOOM K-'III. ^ the Inning, vhile E-lward. got .lx. ^j),^ than 10 veai. Who Won tht '. rvclilng vear.'' To name Ihe ngjoflls toe) ... •. BUky, DikMT, NOU Sweep' K. P. TWO TEST CANDIDATES I ,!.. %  %  land hope InM Kei llo lb. I.mellghlorTe.t -Mrlle i %  A.MI ,. Tlv Vh h.t 'here was sJ %  b-wler ^ A. Br.nker got I ,,,,. moved op from number eight in the bo llBJ R. A. Airtin and fj / ultlU ,„ l(p ,„ |hi innings In place of one of the two Bo! , or S0 and 24 E. S. Branker agful l>-wler in. Y.M.P.C. He pturod 4 wiekel let 24. while for 14 and Archer each ipectivcly. for 30, and resuming with C. Amey. ^VEM^STU d. a„d *£ one of them who produced a creo*t.W|aC IUI Mishu' and Stollmeyer openers. Rac or Stollmeyer. %  ,. i.y that both Rickards should be pUrad thin this meant that both Rn would hf. dropood and a completelv new pair of Ma Mai !fll pro-sed Into service. Following 'his theory It wihen ''W t ^J n • !" 5^" might be given a rest if Rickards and Marshall were pi, ...Irr. mOSt hkeU Jones. DO SSK Wd t Well the Victoria match hns complicated the extent that my bet Is that John Goddnrd will take w lrim 1(1 (ll( b:it „, m ,he tecond Test match as that which playeIn the First Test match. f opening botsmen HARRISON COI I.KGF. COMBKKM'-:RF. ed an.l i his stead. Tlieories to the with him the same aces in the imported clsiaei, Rev nanM wss absntagjlo and IJM stood head and shoulders above anything else produced bv the same *lre His next best was Bachelor's Fort who won the Breeders' Stake* and Derby and was later promoted to C class but did not race therein lA/HO were the sires who were O.T.C.'s rivals both here and in T Trinidad during his entire career at stud? I have named some of them already but here Is the list of the more important one* Bachelors Tut. K P.. Sunwave. Tom Pearson. Sunplant, Restigouche. Young Native. Mill End, Foxbrush, and Bailie Front. Now Comb-rmrre wlrkets I6f %  :! for t St to 199 for 7. Yesterday's wicket wu not much affected by the rain. Wanderers took the field without Norman Marshall who played on the other two days. II. Toppin was their most successful bowler in the M< second innings, taking 5 police Fiotsii Tf l whlch'were\n a rdUs VJSrhJ !! S rMS nahl f> W *"> O.T.C. was living at a Ume when the,. •f which were maidens. K. Atkinwer e more and better mares to lxfound in the B W.I. then so were hi Harrison College eta ,1-, i,i fo*lekson got I for 66 and IGri 1 for 34 116 B.C.L. vs. KMPIRK .'.** -.*.*.**. .*.--.-.*.-.'.' *.*. SAMK TEAM FOR SECOND TEST riade this statemtnt' 1951 RACING SUCCESSES include Isle ol Man T. T. Races Ulster Trophy British Empire Trophy Daily Express Production Car Race Le Mans 24 Hour Road Race The Alpine Rally R.A.C. Ulster T.T. IT f*.l YS Idge rivals. Therefore let ui examine the record, ol thew sires during lhe years 193B (when I w g fl gone h t'i progeny first appeared) to thw The mut outstanding Creoles during this period include the following: By K.P.:_Donny Boy. By Foolpnd:— Bucc.neer. By BeniIME cricket maun between ,_,._,_ jg pauclie:—MInnehaha, Cold.tream Arrowhead. Belledune. Groonwoorl. Combermere and llarnson College E _, lr ,,„ wt| _, „ Seaw-ell. Examiner and Wjlercre... By Ton. Pearaon: Hass T.flore %  k.i whlch wa. played .it combermere. By ^anplanl:— Maid of Honour Sam Lord, Sweeper. Sun Bird. The W HY have I made this statement %  For the simple reaon tnai cnfl ed yesterday IB I draw with THE B.C.I* batsmen found Gambler. By Summit.."—Pippin. Jack Frost. Bv Bachvlor'$ Tul— llr.t the odd. ..re in favour ol Bae's service, bring rctain.il since Harrison College gelling 'hree themselves In grc.1 difflcullie. Gleneagle. By Mill End:-Harvest Queen. Brown Bread and Brown left ,rm nuclimtf hat.man is an assel In Itself. Secondly Jeffrey p)0 | n ta for a first innings lead, ugainst Empire's medium purer. Boy. By Flonar.i: -Jrtsam. Ugan, Ocean Peail. Sailoi'. Fun. By i...H„..'..... wh.. is 2* not out seems lo be niching his belt form gnn H.rflson College who had scored on a fast wicket at B.nk Hall %  '"'! Allcl:—Whitsun Folly By Young A'ulii c. A.iv.. • n. ... Bv . ..rr-ev siollmoci will oii.1 any other right hand boUma. ,gg „,„, m u^i, „, | nnm g, ln yesterday and were all out lor 30 '!o ,d o"-r-* ndy Bv '"""' %  r '"' *'"'"' Belle V:... !•;.-1Will Olhr .,„,I.,.,,, the W SdU. team lor the role ol opening batsman „.„, 1O 189 „„, „orl oy Comrun.. None of the baurmen reach'>>'• By Burning Bouj: -Bow Bells. Of the above U.ei %  arc uuiMeen \t, u ,,....,,,lional opening batsman since 193* and brrmerc on the first day of play, ed double figures. Eight runs by "no won in the Imported classes. __i i„ ih, o.st will ive hlni the edge over any other earrtod Iheir score l„ 116 runs lot c. Chandler seas Ihe highest In..., .T S i !" I* 1 "* T?' """ I 0 '" oulslandiiig I.y o T c. lhat I can . 7^^!!. rJ ai,r nine wicket, declai.il yc-.'^rday. dividual contribution One of Ihe Ih'nk of olT hand are Telephone Girl. Bcllcplain. Tel,..., Sundial. nd Te.1. lomplished thr Hrtiil MI .1 .OIMIIM tliiM. iiii.tltn,! %  .a—'—T V "".'I 7 %  •—'" ".v. "•'••-. P"o"uii ""ui .u-A remaps i may have missed who went at number ihrer oosilioii for Wi Ho bo.,,,,, ,, over> ln cul ono or wo do „„, d>lm ha , h tM tl ^ B In lhe balling order lor H.rrison c i udm 2 maidens. far wrong .nd give, a dear cnough picture to .how lhat In hi. time By the close of pl.y Empire h.d O.T.C was by far the leading sire of them all. scored 19 runs without lo... and B UT let u. depart In glorious chapter, that O.T C. '"' %  "cj~t.h —*—v—•"— ..-.. ........... u, win i 0 Buccan bmitn wcre maiden.. II. Barker took 4 feat in 1940, O.T.C. produced about V)hr Barbados Cricket Ass.latiun to nv.le „„, „„„„„, ^rformance lor each Jamaica lo play two live day games between January I. and January c „ mb ermere wa. given by Skipper Ram „„,,, player, to Ihe zft ,, important. .,.. Grant who ended up with aIn lite Or.l place it means that Jamaica should be lit a position na i yll o( 2 6 overs, four maldeni to ecepl this offer as Ihey have been preparing lor some time. 2 run lluc „„ ke „ imerThe ssreod ,onsidcr,.tion II lhe la. V that il the tournament lake. co lonlal pace bowler Frank King pl.„, ,„ middle January lo lh. and of January. .1 will !" * „ ok w „ wlck et, fo28 run. and naid.hln. on II"' -lectr." would bi UM case if thr tournament Mr s s (U) 1|n „, h ,. r bowler ,„„.,l lor late Feb.. M IP* .1 I.I"-'! suggclrd In some ^ ^ ^ ckn ^ „ run> ''**H'ih. k Y.on"'i',','i'i'ri.k.i ll...i,I ,.l Control .ccopb Ihg Invitation to W „,. M ,,,,. ,,|. IV -,.,,-t.-,i yesterday pig) In January Uu-n lh. 1...11 ilo Ci li ki I l(tborBlag must ol once lhe wi.kel was laklng I llllle turn pavilion on .bout three occasions during the m.tch. TO SA 1 — ($**<>) r*S+'S*'S&** **+'*'**&&**f*&'*'^S*****'*^< ,..-.lt bU'Ming a team t< meet Idem 99XXJCT PLAYERS EARLY T IIEHE will be no point in asking fourtoen players or so to bo readv to give of their best in representing Barbados again" Jamaica with I lOTtol*. .-oethm, ^SSJfSSL^ai The 19M season is almost through and the Selectors have been afforded the opportunity of se*4n| lhe local players In action Ther^ £33 be lOfn. pnmoun t -,me,u iOOg that the leeted *****" w.ll know that tbe> must continue even light training durrng the New Year's holidays and also be warned that they must make the necessary arrangements for leave etc. Thirtv-one cricketers are coming ondSf the su|*rvlslon ol the ,,,eket e.rclc, now. These are IE. Saunders Jnr. A. P. Blnns fc.. S. -•„ ,. include mimes th 1 .re .veil kJ -wn m IntSJW^onli] Kentish, Neville Bont'.lo. L. G. Cooden. Ceorge Prescod. George Muilie. S. GtMidrldgc and John Prescod. THE voice of the West Indies skipper John Goddard will be heard IKK afternoon at 6.30 p.in in the series of recorded lnterv.twt with H Hi' Commentiitor Ernest Eytle. recorded In Australia and brought to West Indian sportlnx fans by courtesy of Glll.nte Industries, London, makers of the famous Gillette razors and blades. U —IM I'W.I.I %  Br.rr...n b Parkar Solwr* h rUirli-ir DCPI-II.. r Sr-lm h HVUfld*> Klrlo-i b Huddor Chandler c Tvlor I. Rndd*r i- B> Ruddrr (i-vddiiii nol i'in mi ll> Barker Bi>i>f",ni b Barker Kuddrr b Ruddrr Holier* abeani blra> l I.. 1 i I. I tatlstles for a while and recall the progeny have written on the pages of West Indian Turf History. Who will forgot the Christmas race meeting of 1939 when his llrst crop appeared on the Trinidad track" It was a beginning that put everything else at that meeting in the shade. First, second and third in the Breeders' Stakes were Bellepluln. Telephone Girl and Television, all by O.T.C Belleplain then id ended up winner of the sweep. T. •-, If... I .iiktl. F.n of wWHeta 1-1. 1-11, 3—IS. 4—11, -. .'? -. *l I-SS. -. -*> BOW1JNO ANALVSIS Ruddrr 1 1 I i Field S I ''I % %  Ilull i M Roblnaon not oul to win two more i Then came the Oxst Trial Stakes in Trinidad in 1S40. Television defeated Ras Taffare and she too ended up winner of the sweep at the June meeting. In the latter part of the year bad luck struck and pflei winning the Barbados Derb> Television l.rokc down. Telephone Olrl had already done so and soon Belleplain followed There was then a lorn %  mutic winning bv the O.T.C.s Rod such as Telephone Girl, Wjir l-.nl. Nylon. The Rasper and The Ayi.li hoisted themselves up the class ideation ladder. But the year that O.T.C.'s star shone brightest was undoubtedly 1947 In this year he not only topped the list of winning sires with the record total of SS0.614 but four of his best progeny literally took the creole classes apart between them. They were Atomic II. Pepper Wine. Gun Hill and Gun Site. In 1948 these same four returned to make their presence felt in tht imported classes and the last of them is still winning races In A class to-day. ny space and therefore it Is not i classic races which were won by the offspring of O.T.C. However, from 1939 to the November meeting of this ymt he had sired 45 winners of 283 races valued at (296.626.57. With a new-comer like the two-year-old Dunquerque plus a few of his older horses which are still running, it is evident that the last three thousand odd which is needed to make the three hundred thousand man will easily be reached. 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MMDA1 MOVEMBCa J". I'I.I M NDAV \l>\Ot Wl IAC.I: IIM: W.I. Dismiss Victoria For 195 NOV. 25 NO. 199 IIP* I ItiiSt 37—OIn 2nd Innings BIUi:n|'( IMI I >4 The V k bark at Victoria a^-oThi easel powerful battim shl* .!i. rram .i I--; :. wkkcl for lt5 imis Before clan of < uv. Rac and %  toilnwyr had pul on 37 rum without anv lo." leaving the lourlala 72 ah*ad with all thru •rlcfcetl to fall. I EcJttM cricket The events of th* day apart tram Ihr Mow pre lunch partncr'litp be— jy—1 i %  Thomas wore compounded of exriling erkfcMj of the kind that the ^ UN have managed to intrrxlure into every game they have played ilnce the Queensland stale natch. This time they seem to have climbed into a position of reel itrength. and the promise In Stollmeyer'a unfinished Innings tonight was thai he was coming back Inii* term, and that Victoria will be set a stiff task fur the fourth Innings K.oi.idhin found the wickcl of no assistance at all. but btfl • *• %  ]lent length brought him three food wickets Fvrguaon had K lches of really excellent bowl; and with more work to do it la obvious thai he could devi lop Into a bowW of real menace. Prank Worrell, too. was amona Use wicket*, and after th first wicket stand uf m alwayi -r runs until Fl lined thtin off with a rush. S R.Mtlllll* W. FERGUSON SCORE BOARD %  %  H g. Hop. '* N r amiii < i c niMk>I K Kir* I ,. H„av doubted • i •eHougi ness of p u rpose. Then a "holiday" approach to the game which was doomed from the start when applied to cricket In this country n.*. is., us > %  rata I •' %  1 'lIAI.kM %  n King .Anift b r iiu-H.. oat >tpd > a • % %  %  R \ %  I r %  \n I r. %  I H kNAI.rtll I ll Foaf. S,l.tl>. mri I n kwlt kuii k .. v.x.r.t i.-iiii.t DranMcr i P-. Mr. Entr— Total %  , ii..i But now, nftcr the fourth innings fight against New South Wales and today's penetrating attack on Victoria, one Is encouraged to suppose that the players have at last realised just what they are up against, and in my vtew, UM results are encouraging. AustraD lian batsmanshlp has known itself Havn*-* su>i i-1 UMMOS I il n i-t iv -is. I'•• %  >•*•* hoi %  i i .i, i, ii taajMi C ni.K.i-N -U-.I wpr Knowlr* i> H rp.ii Bfa .. pnm • i .. a I % %  %  %  %  V Pa***** <• OraanldBr h %  I i vet-Day Jests lo Brighten Cricket lM nig talk cuke.„ %  ftWiaol hj %  re we io n ,*, a hub the Indiana ext suinN ttingham i) left oul tests. Leeds and M mcshaater one each, arrangee giann l.v liiit-.-liss power. %  against Au:n ,„ %  %  %  r AKJ.. • | •;, „ /ealanderi rc nan gsjo *- ,,[. 1 very creditably, all of th, :T1 (>ur visitors protested at tW l Becnntrs l>rear\ •• J h w^.''T-f ~^* w *" Ind-ans Test* of .. i I.I ihn of ib.. v t*i fl uith AfHeanj Uat rummer vm had Ibsj full pn>r-amme of flve. with flv c day. Hotted to each. Enghrd won i I*: one, with .me drawn. %  a all Test -atches fou r days and have five i them whoever the 'f •'. Ten mat fOUl dayg it usually Itirj u nnt to bi%  irth plarlni I#r u, treat all ,„. oppooanbl as ••first -elas. Thai niu-aI invariably are. FnKlih Auta 1 •* he Is. the N.w-l. ..! <-->med b.iek next gun 'hr: WuroeslersI:. rnglish cricket gencrallv^ W ||h extthugiaam. We hop* that )„ 191? h,. iil l.\" VA .'l a i' 1 '" '-" rlv %  Major M.P.S. Jewel, n ' %  (.resident told mfl The Topic of Last Week IIMfMI/f Aslhma Mucus Slopped Dissolved 1st. Day n u l l (lll %  *"£TV." iv n I n u •thing, uurnini • Smarting of E c z e In i i|ii..l> 1-utl.lnalM I jUf ih. .iru^ti.t save* M.-aifo II, 'Klli.:i %  MM M BrMKkllM IN r-.l • %  ittx-ign >i ma* h * *>'• .__ ._ ,__n Mtntut* la %  HHfiiilil iKi \< i* IWSWM la %  !•• r.> l'. aaay "•""^l I" *< nr and la .....,-.„, KMtmm %  .,, • raiuffi of .<-> %  * HMU.. Un Hat Mondaco MgeatMta: t-4. 4hm* atr D Mi.rr.. il ul Fall ul "inI—0, g— ia. I i 1 ft, SB l"3 BOWI.IM; ANAI Y1IS H#i haH \th M ToppiK Seatvell 1951 RIFLE SHOOTING ENDS %  %  Score** — WI.HT isnirs W haalat* Kaa b Ring atollm rs • Chambrn b ConMdiiv RKl>aid> b Johnaon Worrall c Haaattt b Km* Manhall c Harvey b Johnnon Wak-mt b Johnson Chrntianl t Haaarl Ii Johnaon l>r|mni I • Jo.i lpd MacDoiuild t. %  ( % %  > Trim c l-oton b Johnum ftamadlmi IK.I ..tit gKliit. .b>e. lb 2 wiSe 1> Total Bowimc AMALTBal o at %  Johnwn It > M C-dln* ... 10 lanjohnaon l Lion t I Jtlnl I' %  viCTOitiA IM Innma. C I4avl>n"o0 c J€.•• b rirJ^)ii O. Thon.-. Junr* I. I.iauaoa Ha*-* 11 lliw b luii-adntn Harvey run out J. Cbanilwn. c Ma.-liall b reniuaon S Ijlun b Ramadhin Jen Jonnaon %  Hlullmr>rr b BsBBSsaaai Ma.Do.-^l %  ** The I9SI shooting of the Hiirb.iiios Hide Charl a. G Clarke. w;is ended yesterday stra.. r Banncu. hy ten-round Hh""!' tl 3'* n< ^L VC VfS^!' MO yards. Scores of 48 out of 50 KtnbVrtM %  .*£'. were made by C, V PUaTtin and M. R. de Verteull at 500 yards. At 300 yards, the conditions on the whole were fairly K'""1 Tinwind required attention, the light was variable and tricky. At 500 yards, the gky %  -• | were Bat. attandad bj rrsjiafa sqmills and rain which gtonpod % %  ^h<.nng for sotn i i A stnit was made at 00 yards but the game wus soon stopped VorM by heavy rain and ci>mplete failure of liaht. The (IPS. for completed ranges was 100. The eight host acorea Wfl We know .. ''• %  i %  •*** was the a h] an aakad th mm •in, eonumittM lo 4 pl ying for ng ogiiin." From thp tinip when be scored M ii. i out, r, ff Oxford ngalitat b) IMI Pataudl has %  M;,tr!y bOOfl I eHcttl UM 0| two owntrtaa. In the 1932-S lour ol Australia he gflg in tlie Fnghtnd side, scoring century HI his first T. | in 1946. after a long nhsenee a. and en!v intormittent eriikil. he rrappeared m Knaiand as eapti w of the Indian touring side, a Now. after apparently Iielng • out of therunning* for a place „ In the current series In India. I hi iKHHimeji an "Engll-ih'* player a:::nii < hieflj '. , , |,, ;,,,,, niekn.iT.-d "Tiger.*" U i hem. The Nawiib of piilaud retaining the gtatl hag •-*"-.• HO stale to I'ataudi was nw-rgrv| i programme nelahbouring East PunJ.b and Association u rufe] f „ und ..ccpaK,,,, ln fa. UWfnoon rfldhta Foreign OflW in New I>lhl. -T..K.*. i. J.i '.hough ruler. gi>vern. i'h Hie l>aa< Janulee— Alan K.III.' InM JM I * On • I i.l I vi i i HI— Hi H W I A n„ nun AY tar KlaMaa 1 %  %  pl^llllpa. Jenny PallUpS. Il-u* I'hnltiv Ruparl CUrKe. Joaap Huh • tar BtllUh 0* re .l.ln,r.t l. %  h I Oala. ia< aooi %  -)••*> %  ft ila floor Eczema Itch Killed In 7 Minute I HUM ten i ama. IVellnR lib ngworin. IVI. i.l-l.a. K..I II. Ii .. .1 Ih. nta tiv* i | he! '* % %  kill ih* rrm tail-*. The n-w ilia.' %  %  > Nil*••<-. kiDII" I i HUnOtW and la aim nun. l a B.41. cleai i>. .., week, or mon- baeh on >. m|rty packaa* 1-kSf aHkBftl, row aiU.au* I trW w m, MLI %  i' aaalv akin dlaaieaarod In )fl %  %  Wi loerx:< aera aoiaaM U UID-^. 1 •*< %  pibTeaMBi ia ftj tvpearan**." Sartlifoetia* G.-r-mtftMl rna^-.i^ N •*•*• •"• kft>la"l WMM nrjaaa j-r.c-.ER*EsrZuj TS-TS 1 !JS' IdSaLook in U*tr I %  tek an M Irend o? •• made >aur akin -: % %  %  i -|UU and •nM raajpfti i i-i i-f. baitiina ia f* BiluuU*. and to Wsrki Fo.t ri, l sS n i l T;'*ai l r n **.S M, *!r •2Lr x >T %  "• .kin. mallei It MflM, ahlUI and ""JV '"* r ~f l "* %  *• **• **• %  — %  'i araooUL I* )iMt a •< a, iaa aawr ia I* rai.ndad in rail Oa* ..n I.H n% thai hata at 1. i i. in* rani CUtaM tadaf. Tba fai ilk Kaaiaajau ftn baa* twaa tinalft| a* N...4.— for MM %  Ai.l In N.aodo (r i I.IDaiaeta n %  i %  rill ataj *r (*tal rnihf. Cie.l Nixoderm Ti Skin Troubles I ; %  i %  M. . Mr %  >. I:. G F Pilgrim 04; M %  .!• had been IH.HU. ..ut foi increased profits. When UM rtporl read at the RxocuUvg Com' .. **td*d m I.H4. .i UM •Oaj waair naiiu.a at "ajral >lth more reaaon -en., in (lor* HUH lwl|. IK pail sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM -.'.'V>'W->'^ ***-V*V**-*'**#'' III RRY! HURRY!! HURRY!! • llitve you enlered ll AMMiir.\T TOOraPASTK COMFHinONT If nut. semi in your en I hi K. K. III'NTK & Ci LTD.. not later than He 18, 1951. i.. In Touch With Barbados CoasUl Station .... M It de Verteull IH. Cpi V Walcott 9f; H. S M. Marshall 90: Lt. Col. J. ConnaU 90\ IUJ01 Warren B8. Cpl C. Knight B8 Coble and Wir*4-*i BOWLING ANALYSIS (OIIOUIIIK ahip* ihiuucn thalr Baibadoa (oait BWl %  8 S Macniia. rorl Townahand. Gram VoUev. UbraviIrP, Thoninn. Wanda. l..bra. Imp lUI All.eria. Thall*V"'. Orion*. Colon, b I*. Urania AnT.ni. Uraril. ArSenllna. Anron. Orlt n* CrUloaxI CUidad d* Cararaa. Samana, MornuKhawk Mmai.ilmn. < %  • mn Varnpa CiHiOaani. North Slar, Linari*. H VBtt, Aicoa Holarla. S.iv*r Walnul. Soul Herri C'ollin.. PTOI*II. Me%  BMUog IH' I proflla. For niiir DMmUl that report and .| not .n 1 0| <> because we were dctermineii '•> keep the cost of living down vlV vinced that that wan n.>t the time to increase the pront.. Mr. Adams told the that If they put UN. Dl I toeiailop into power, the) aaaflil -*"_ see what would huppen t< then 7.". w fo '' •'"'hlng ;.nd other thinga. British Hc deaU w|lh [hc man|fwto na B been appointed \, nv n y touching on the variou Service* Director of headv ind loW them that In the session they pioposed t" tba Maude BUI first S.M.O. For B.C. ifraaa Oar Owa (arra.*i.d.a GF.OKGETOWN, Nov. 24 Dr. L. A. P. Slinge Senlor Medical OfflcsT of British Hondun Medical [-rltish Guiana. Dr. Slinger will nex! be assuming duty in B.G. In March IBM after tuking leave in U.K. after whlrh they will n.nslde arvad to si. Lucia and Public iie-tith Bin to bring the Qranada before British Honduras. ervh-es up to date. ARE YOU SCARED BY RHEUMATIC PAINS? Mete's the sure and certain way io conquer them. 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Tl.ania lo iha at.. ,,. ..: p a ,..,,_ ., nncior. II M haw IHWI.II lor ih>i m hn lrl l-nnalnf.lt old. Hun d.ai. ami War. n <-aaa•. qulrtilr hflFicaa -U(|• %  *! .-•*• Iaa of Viiout aa.l Miahood W-.l Vtr-l'JC |M ItJl S'lt" I .(!-• (it.(I'll. in.—1. Si. ki) BSIn l-i-.i.. and r blarp laalaad vou m.r-i, i.fc. n... I i L i ii. %  i ,, ..1. %  %  at., ih. at ...1 aJ •.Ml n ana .1.1) A ad %  1 1. I'.i •I.J yo*.' •-. %  Iana.ti.lt, ax4 a-..... TaaaawJ aa rnl-H You will tm-t (uuthrnl *U<. cal p*r In Ikla di-a ri.h aura htao.1 a>4 lif-r.ll, aaahatj t o,„ '--lr llajf-la arlth naw aaaraji >M ..I.III. rtila Mri|>i> hoii> irrit. MI %  |--.-,,. %  • % %  > to-laha taMal form Bad lhaa.anda who hata uaad It u. thai It la lar h-iir. ll.an a') .-thrr il,.l Wavha ia 2 Ho.,. TSIa n madkal di —...n. ki-,*> a* Vl.Taai. haa I—an l—i.-l h ihouaandth AmarU-a aad haa ..M..rJ f.,.,1.. rha' "'* aliooal anlr.' ulmja ll ti • l-tinai> na. lhal had rt.t "I II . 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PACK -I\ SUNDAY ADMXATE SUNDAY, NOVEMBER tt. _ BAKR\WS AOVOOffTE <• IM %  -.. . IHii"*"* \u,cmbrr 23. ItSl I \IIOI It %  nfttnmtfoii about ir in Barbados has recently b-rn I | [| deals wilh the year 1880 and is the r1 f the Department of n il: nf this time lac much of the InformajUon recorded therein is out of %  ipptnctti lo indicate aAottng labour in 1951. This Hid one calling for I report is pubre many points otit| %  Repeat winch OURM to be lered With an eye to the • l of compelling interest is RATION intheseoInanclal provision. The impressed by the .' ,. % %  utment ix18 i the sum of rrent) wont on emigraodlcatlon in the rei m4m*M curiosity as to %  VM spent, a! the back .in that 112 worker* in Curacao ed Si there is an,; thi infonnatitjii ihat a workers rei thai year. This con| by another Table del aiid 74 females L to tbfl bureau of %  lajaaliM during the IT : is there any attempt in the report ti resting fact that where, the number o( persons registered, dei i ... in 2.051 at March 31st to 1.968 America, and that on." thousand of these have alread> returned. I -t this it must be noted that as continue to remit money for the support of their families ;>.nd the department helps women to obtain rom thoae who naglect this duty report sums up pithily the lack of %  vunty measure*: provisions for unemployment r. except in so far as the activities of the Friendly Societies migt' be said to provide a limited amount of sickness benefit' It is possible to continue in this strain at greater length, but enough surely has been said to show that the report of the Labour Department is a valuable document, limited m its scope and severely limited in the light it throws on the unemployment situation, hut basic to an understanding of Labour problems and management It deserves a wide circulation. MaaUff PEOPLE in the Weal Indies who have grown accustomed to hear without flinching, the dreadful news about the diminishing meat ration in the United Kingdom now have unwelcome food for thoughtThere is grave danger of the West Indies being unable to purchase meat at prices currently offered. All over the world there is great shortage of meat and Australia and New Zealand for reasons of currency are regarded as the only possible large scale suppliers of meat to the West Indies at present But Australian prices are now reaching a level which no importer in Bridgetown can contemplate with an easy mind. Roast beef is being retailed in Barbados today at 48 cents per lb. But roast beef, now being offered to Barbadian importers from Ausliaha will OOfl 94 eents per lb. landed in Barbados. Stew beef which is now being retailed at 36 cents per lb. in Bridgetown is being offered by Australian exporters at 58 cents per lb. landed cost in Barbados. In Trinidad the price of frozen meat rose last month by ten and eleven cents per lb., but the prices now being offered to Barbadian importers for next year's meat are fantastically high and no one can imagine that local meat importers can afford to buy much meat at these inllatcd prices. When it is remembered that the private importer also sells to the Government meat market the gravity of the meat situation can be more easily understood. The rise in Australian prices is due to a variety of reasons of which Australia's active immigration policy and increased wages are two of the most important. Any beef that Australia can spare for export must be sold at high price* since there || a heavy internal demand. But knowing the reasons for the inflated prices ut which Australian meat is now being offered will not help the West Indies to solve the problem of procuring adequate supplies of meat. how can this be done ? As far as Barbados is concerned there is only one immediate action to be taken. Everything must be done to increase the supply of meat obtainable from local livestock. The most hopeful source of meat is from local sheep. If the Agricultural Department can secure adequate stocks of unit-worm drugs which can be made available at the lowest possible prices to sheep keepers, the output ol local mutton can be doubled, if not trebled. Sheep farming is possible in certain panshe.. ul the island on a fairly large scale Rabbits, kept under control and not allowed to damage ground crops, will also provide meat at reasonable prices. On the sugar plantations there is also scope for increasing the number of steers kept lor beef. None of these immediate actions will succeed unless successful marketing arrangements are made at tlie same time. But there is no reason to believe that big importers of meat would not co-operate with local meat producers. The fact must be faced however, that there is a limit to the "self-feeding" policy Barbados can fellow. More meat can be produced locally but not nearly enough lo satisfy demands. Where can it be produced? In Nevis. Antigua. St. Lucia and the Grenadines. Other West Indian islands are not subject to the great land pressure which disiinguishes Barbados from other South Caribbean islands. St. Lucia has thousands ol acres of land suitable for cattle farming and it is estimated by experts that some 15.000 acres m St. Lucia, the Grenadines. Nevis, Antigua and the Virgin Islands could be devoted to growing cattle for slaughtering. Il is considered that land could be acquired and stocked at between £25 and CSS per acre and an approximate annual I of meal from 3,000 acres would b, of the order of 100 short tons. Should 15,000 acres be gained for cattle farming the British Caribbean islands would be able to produce 500 short tons of meat per yaafi There is no doubt that with increased local "self-feeding" policies and with production of this order within the Leewards and Windwards group of islands, that the threatening shortage of meat in Barbados could be alleviated if not entirely remedied. There is no doubt either that funds qould IM* made available to assist an enterprise that is so necessary and so urgently required. But no time can be lost in implementing these policies. It is now. m the present, to-day that the danger of less meat is threatened To wait until the full ta of meat shortage has been felt FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CARDS Call and Select Early from \IM04 All SIOIOMHV NOTICE I From 1st December. 1951 our HARDWARE one $ UMIB DEPARTMENTS will be closed for breakfast I Iroin 11 a.m. to 12 noon except on Saturdays when we -; will be open from 8 a.m. lo 12 noon. Will all rusfomv en. please note. I ;. WILKINSON & IIAYNF.S CO.. LTD.. •: — Successors lo — I C. S. PITCHER & CO. LTD. ' Phones: 4413.4687,4472 ;* THE HIRF.I.INO HirEPHL I (1827-1910). ONE HUNDRED YEARS IIY JOHN B* LTOX Fittingly, towards the does i :, .„u, a bs forced lot i ''Hal n natural as against what %  tival of Britain there v IV nor m the period we devised, the name Intense onions in London Whl could Whistler, feeling for detail, the same dead British architecture and H Nunolson or Hrr.rv Moore or throncmenl of taste by pusaioo:aimini( Since the Great abthlbl, Dt ww m. ny ale eonvlction. is ihere in All ion of 1851 Though both treated w y s „! arcWteet %  '-• >" '• "arati tilea and i period in whuh there are m u of the s-yle-' was at .i<*hmy granite column*. It* gxatm* larnllel dm) MMsta In Iha rwe height which owed iiothmg '" 'lpcr pattern* in coloured brick, irts, the methods of the preconceptions; n> stiffly foliated capitals and its •ghlbttli 1 lii Kmc's Cross Station, and th.exterior of common red brick, ).., Ihoidrt-rt Year* of Bf tasiON and market vio*entty banded with black. iKMfecltir* (organised by the ni ,| !s wh ,ch miKht be called the This Is no piece of antiquarian-, loyal Institute of Brlti.h Ar.Jii,. [ Victorian faith, lam or scenic decoration like Bar, ects) demonstrated, by ph'rto-p... ,.„ n fuaion of events i* perry and Fugln's Houses of Parlia%  nd .irchilocts' drawing too close for us to be mitu, but the sudden blooming he significant trends of stole :.mt 1(l ^^h np definition that ol an early Victorian style. Uhlan in a century of great ls mK ^t^ Too much, especially The new style of the flfttM was ichlevement. In Ten Decode* of lboil IhP ml ddie of this period, not lovable, and it can give no Jrirlsa Taaiv the Institute jf Conf ( ftfQ, Pi>v n ter. Leighton nnd sensual pleasure. But. if we leave Arts had a subtler Ai--a-Tadema is altogether beTurner and Constable in their id out -vmpathie* It Is only isolation, it can move us. more t mtU that taste has been than any product of the precedhrougli a hundred yeara'. toa t .,,„ tu f(M u on the Prel"g twenty years, more than ntrodurtory note to the cat plltes An imaginative Klty. Wilkic, David Cox, or even ild us that 'the objects i .ndim; of the situation of Samuel Palmer, more than re food. bad. sometimes rldtOURH (thoufh bad and ridlmii -i, once ••teemedri and pin the spectatoi hi lurpose, to iBtHct IISM and Interwi c nUndtng of the situation ol ssmun rimer. more /Ulch thev and the architects o! Houses of Parliament, or even tlva laSOs were a part la now, than tlie structural and Imuglnanfter the lapee of a century, possltlvc triumphs of the great enmay Hive some hint of gineers. like Brunol and Stcvennf distingui>hmg between .;, ( niCantnB u f the English tradlson Burterfteld's influence ni> the "Pcctai rhl TT)nM surprising tiling about wide, but allliounh. uniii the •" %  • l '"" ' %  n.iphaelite movement Is of the IHth century, British archl'' i. appearance In fun cecture led the way in every rch/. it was %  rhc debt of the PreitrluUc—etJ opposed to techmc WHEELS AND CASTORS < ASIOIIS VO'ITII SIK hi IS Per SC ol Four. 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'I paint ideas, not %  irei tf them, elves the objecta," said Watts and It was Raphaelite originnat until the appearance of Slck:v,— hu the Nazarene ert that English painting recovr>f Durpose nnd faithfulered contact with the reality of ..'< %  % %  > deUril hot he hns none of 'gross material facts' which Ho-Ftnpi>nrlire passion and garth had cstabllrshed, and EnginMstence on absolute accuracy as |ih painting at its best had main•an* to r^nrhing absolute mined. If there Is one lesson more .unwinking intensity of than another to be learnt from the cnide and sometimes these two exhibitions, It is the inpart of a promutability of taste. The visitor. tet wh *\ Dree, who belonged chastened by the spectacle of to an older ccnendion. could not, fallen u-pu tat ions, will approach <*#>** DINNER ; <*si4s> 'JACKETS 1 at ,*w ubaequent Interweavtnj i' owed. In Ten Oerudi's on %  •as maiif -parniclv. with its own V* ' tfroni Thai is a aiavuii k loveinents overlap HB vital and the effeta gi ed Impartially, wtj gaiajde, HM per ri gtano %  rc-Raphailite inflnein-f. Ito the 1800s; ail I i BngMefc ...i dub i RfKi*. -,'n iit xtiii Una) -alls of oenterapoi u 4oat exhlhlHons, ia dulv -corded in the 1940s. In ord-*i tijiipen out ;• ide %  llatORlH epKomnct (>f 1M1 —St in be ill evid-nt svmnnthv with his own decade with cautfon. But : ert dull smoothnea* ther hem must warn him that the , ni'i*, wi, aii i"i UUJI j...^-^......^— IIIVII >>ii^ a *,*••! % %  mi nidi itix.%  Iplessness. Ud I % %  %  n no*if ri i n ers \\^ Macliw, I^slle depths of experience are not afnd roott in the Bngti.'i artil lit radWon hnve amvn a ei %  itensc n< the yean hav %  | (o ny where, altk %  i I irehtteeture or psdnUng dtirini hi 1 hundrr"! venrs the English artistic tradition resides. A literary bias—the i tory—is. It Is often said, rhrirnceristic of British Art. xhlbitions provided ampl H i o| ihis, for eveh of "eood painters like Wilkie 'good taste', ami that ther —fur Wilkie. not Tomer, was then be no compromise in these matlodki I oa as ihe preetest painter t P rs If one can generalise about an English tradition, it may be said to reside in a love or IoalllJ. T*ie Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of gross material fact', rather was founded In 1848. In 1850 Wllthan of ideal beauty, which must liam Butterfleld heeim " build his derive from past achievement. church of All Saints, in Margaret B i. Street, i^ndon. Just as much as The cBtaiogue, one may feel. -'r.-iphaelite challenge, it ivaa misiakni insayhigof tl sat a calculated attack on the sent dayth.it a *nosU|sJa and !t of the monotonous Georgian London that desperate attempt lo tlnd roots •Ui. 1 kiS oTliTical wial i-" -al urrounde.1. The battle of style, in the English artistic tra,2us SLait tsjd in the total Uiiion' has grown more intense Ii,. ,1 .7-1 !" ',. V, % %  *, U '. %  v < revived Go-.hic. at least bi Graham SmherlaiicTs de%-eiShLLft or mo e-hS ftlr enWches. and But'eriteM. who opm.-n-. for example, the phase JESuS^fiS^Vh S^SSiVr? * rh,,,Tn bullder sh:,rwI ,h lf r mantte landscape with its id..7i..he took..• of H * h Cburch mcn allu,lon IO Palmor lonfi !lnco 'KM there was High Churoh was the only style appropriate to Sutherland. n discussing the Tothir bv Butterfleld the. e WM OsrtaUao building but he had poetry of palntlnf. said 'Often %  -w Church GOl &• ' lno antiquarian outlook what U meant by poetical paintMn was aristocratic Elizabethan f his arcat predecessor in revtving shows itself variously in. say. i s.lvm there was demoeratk cd C,->tlilc. A.W.N. Pugln. who a love of the ideal, a transtlgur-tha'n i>% Kendall ihere w believed in adherence to the ing and melancholy light, an mniItnllan bv Barry, then piril as well ato the letter of nous overtone, or a forced atItaUan b) Mh ill medieval prototypes. No mosphere or fantasy. No, 1 mean mill nwn In painting, from : .oubt there is medieval precedent poeiry in another and greater to paintfor much of Butter field's detail, nense — poetry which enlightens •r-lournalislK like Frith, the Or) bltt the way in which it is used the siKiiihY.Mioand nature of was the important thing. is as new and as contemporary things. Poerry also which maki But lo uaatlHH 'he Enslt^ o the 1850s as the paintings of things hold more than their ongtadition as rc-odim; |n love >r 'lie TTe-Raphaelltes or the Writinal meaning, and which defines mecdotc or 'enl f<>r a cause v of nirkens or Emll Bronte, their charri.-tcristic of the English too slmplneihinB of the same love of tradition BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber T HERE used to be a mnn at ihc under the Pyrenc his head tea on his ear. He dc'< hubby by savins "A fellow meat "HIE"' He ought to meet the golfer who is in (rais.tringers, Prod.!"*.-. Why not another capital O for Orchestra? Mpasl/: Certainly not. I am Ing I don't want the 0' to glee out before we get to Oakham. A music critic said the other the conductor "secured WOrhlnf agreement between the orchestra and the stage." This %  liided the cast not to sing "Madnme Butter:' %  while the orchestra was playing "Paust." PI a* t oflit • A COCKTAIL IS RIGHT... blended with Goddard's m tm Rum



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MM'W \h\iK \ll ru.i si \i \ OU A I.Alt: RAH* SHOW \Rddh Class fecks XifcqiHitc livprcscntutiim GMfwrn Mia %  Assm main %  ELECTORS COULD ILiVE TURNER OUT LAST GOVT. ADAMS SAYS thi-ni wfo political %  I lilt) • pioneer industries and Mid 1ti.it unemployment In ihis island wu election naliees the i m ha evei had olvi mil then %  I.I i.l ihe Barbadot Labour Part; political me* !" S 2 eld for the purj M >1 dei lai li Ihe Uon, bui thai i Mr. Ad*l H— lull i"ii' bewh.ii he term..! lonw • . %  < be or Oppoelttaa. When a man made • ',"','' y —': %  i frilly tin.tn--. %  I lining anything niuBtrici was said lh.it Jamalra and Trinidad had gut ahead of BaiCONORATU1.ATIONS B tt> l,rih t.a.l, Ual rr BoniUeH Baby shake* hand* smb. Charles Anthony McKutta who took the Crown from hn ycvtirday at the Cow and Oate rompoution at 11 13-Moath-Old Crowned Bonniest Baby Of 51 n HON^ i of Da::. L> Road, SI wilcl MIMI.II Com & Gate %  held .11 tbt Hasl i ;:< ki y itarday I to reeeivi irnod ;HI,I %  it. .. %  %  | t %  ruai %  ill %  i. %  i %  The hi area i %  ., k and thai U %  afu i n had turnod n m thr-n | ,. 10 I n tl a ornp tlon m.i.i.ii and Fourth CoMpttNloa Aftei the in %  d %  n ike mi fool trao won recalled I , ti nu \i. i U i potlUora %  -.. %  "mini. Richard ere ap|)i>(i<>ted. D ond a boll ..— ,. month-old I a of Mi It. N h n "" "" '" ' Tumor. Colonial Becretar* and '"*•' con* <" %  '"" '•' %  hi Tumor of "flovonnah %  • rl v i" h l,f *• w">^ <""* Lodge". Garrison, SI. Michael |v. th" y.,: ...nip. UI1..1, ha* own koon nd UM I .Mala MI Amorooi /one*, Fourteen loo CommMtoo roportod that it and ,i ho ( ownth-old ion •>( at< i %  %  .-ible to KoDOfoi of tha re led the twelve boot bi photo* 'heat re and Mr*. Jones, graphl and tin f 00000000 lOOtOOd %  %  thud. Monrooii nfoeli who hare cunipoloil 'or the dauahtOr <>f Mr. and Mrs. Neville title Tir i ln l tll lluhy of 1051" N'*l. of "Gibraltar" J ion." Lund. St. Joseph. Harold David <>.., mi always haa been t on of Mr. and Mr*. Har| ., mo ^ h( welfare ol babies of Worthing. Chrtot Church, and ., been conalde: %  I ' moot. wont. i of thli S"""* f *** statements made by %  i won .. to to reck%  i i some to L*na ..,. %  [i I.MH.1 the duty of the Labour %  %  %  M ,1 [mod by the olnor Id*. There no regulation, rule, i Hi Oovornrnenl party or any exempli e are too apt to be to olhcr pnr | y mu t ; a [ u ., man!|„ would go to St. Kitts tuple reaaon thol there >v;is .i biger population. thai it i not right %  DM tax conInduottieo, it dot not benellt a new Indu&tis to [Ol fritm Income t;iv wb*n I now Ilka \<> tain ..runty t. thank hUl Hart i [or having MI kind] :i |n .. aod Dootoi adio have how, i I >( Mr. Frank (it.uiiiiim vim %  %  .. to thank the Advr*r.ue Ltd.. luibedo*. lb nd ooor y ooa orho ; hm p!M-i .i part in the *iaging 1 M l ; ,:, v'i; ll : I ;"'" l ,,m lino rlarrlf, Balrioy Ann At mil. Cedrk Holder, Eunice Ann* The JudgM took about ton nunutes to make their decision. Meanwhile as the judge* huddled %  %  everal of tha corrti tonti kepi the ipectatora .'it. %  d U rnado friends with in %  ill h. apace available for than to wal .ti. they behavetl VOI well. •* • J! The Other < %  untestanta % %  .i. bora because he woulo :. One member of Uk •. ,,;,. || ,,, Kngland. aromani countries who ( others had followed him. hod taken hints from the book lo tall you it li not aood -rrltter, by Professor Aithu, in Unriutov ,.. ( tJ)at bf)ok 11 -v own wuh anyo hr Hld thnl lh) In the world when it comes to ncafr, Wilmo Thoi inn Hlack. tit the CK %  On I'agr %  r apon had spoken .mri refreshments were Ibo Polioa Band ipplied "lusic. Altai Ino announood, Mr. Scott, wfe A w s<-utt. Introduced J. W. P. Harfcnora, wife of CD. At W's Modkal Adviser who pre%  entod thi Young Charles was t ik< %  S>rnrodOd0 and Mn. N. G. %  and I'.'l nd were Di Ifai fur the oornpoUtton %  -. 1 : i li. W II K J I ( ato lr II L. MaMrs J A. Kemahan. Mrs. COCKADE BAR & LOUNGE OVar Stmmatmld Swmtt A i '.. l.m. Iti <.ml Slrt'fl After your shopping, drop in with the children for a drink and a snack HAM. CHEESE. EGG. SANDWICHES HOT DOGS COOL DRINKS & FRUIT JUICES TEA COFFEE COCOA I Inplantrhi-rp /•/•/ lhi> IM-KI is si-rrt-il wm For those who visit our MILLINERY DEPT. WE ARE WELL STOCKED wilh Hum, lor ladle, including HATS. TRIMMINGS FOR HATS. RIBBONS ol many Pattern* ARTIFICIAL . FLOWERS lor all purpout VELVETS and a wide variety ol DRESSES. FOR CHILDREN ol all age, we have ome really dainty Item, which will make them excellent qllle. or drew Ihem up lor their special occaslonr, in the cominq season. DRESSES. SUN SUITS, ROMPERS. ETC. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET %  Lot ns maJaa tha n t to understand that we must hove i araal c allot %  ,, out ,. %  %  ii nion. and bear in mn % %  n %  potd >'• %  Ultle i %  Uon % %  Mi ii I italn l price and i .. i I,I own prin W\ II pin. • ..ii., an i .'., Fnrned i i I IV) 1-' llu . %  . t] %  >! put rsjeh pooplo %  ii" ., \wmbl> Aye !•" "pint: Muaf Go %  | Ad ini i prorAnei I %  i kjced, bui Ua .|M-|aclemi.it,. .-. tiittin.i.itniii m the OonoraJ irdddlo Ji.>s wornon oouid " and doltvor Utalr chii> i onunond tin<•• for what they are riirti I "i nd ilaora . lablished, a StheiiLrt for the miririle class i-'i %  on rrhoro ni r "n be parrnttted %  | i nig ho i"' 1 % %  ; %  .i. al bahnaoan gfn • %  %  ml lli itidi Cuian.i ond ,. | 'l, | ,%  i QOVit to go %  %  %  attlo tha "" iv would bat to poj 0 on pair IH Wfalhprhead's Oi'tii I is-il.a> ( hocoWM in PrcscntaV lion Boxes by nil the ; Popular Maket ANIMATED OPINIONS ft) ?!. : tan Mr Lea Klai: "VCf CAN lit: UUN IT RKINC. THE StUETFRT TREAT!" To£fe MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection w.Lrres MLN rorrrc LTD. MLM' woava IONDON. w.s *• rWWWWVWUWWWWVft WF.LCOMK NEWS FOR DAIRYMEN %  ITS HERE AGAIN B PURINAJAILK CHOW -C H. .loaon Jonea & Co., Ltd— D*unbuiort as VWWWJVM vwvwww % tin i\ mo isauiui IMM III! I IS! SI IIVSI.I Ol i XMAS PRESENTS i J l ri...iilali„n Si-Is by Max Farlnr. V.rdliv's. Ell'(i %  Hi \iilrn, ( 'iiitnn. Miirnv lliilh & Tiiilel SIKIBS. ;iMi.rn> I.ii. A li..ilv I'IIHIIIT ill i ..ii .I. in.i .Insulin. "-iiiiiiliiluii.nl, Kri'iirh r.-ni etc. I VANITY CASBfl 4 BKAl TV MIKKOKS t COMI1 4 HIHSII SKTS \ alat an IMIXKS or CROCOLAISS KNIGHTS DRUG STORES MORE AND MORE MEN ARE CHANGING TO . K' SHOES DAILY Because they have become convinced of K's Superiority. MI in Mil nn:i i in Tin: MANS VKHV (iOOD REASONS FOB THAT SI'I'KRIOKITY: ii) 'K' BHOEfl are made from tha Amsi : obtainable. Both bolea and tnaoki are handlad foi RexlbUlty and accurately i killiil craftsmen. (I) THK UPI'KKS ..I 'K SHOKS m wlacttd, hanil-i ut and matched by axparienoad craftsmen with .i care thai no machine could Imitate Ml 'K' SIIOKS an mada i irar the famous 'K' PLUS KITTINC LASTS with tha lu-el-parts one fitting narrowei than the fore-parts. This I'IISUIC it the heal and freedom for tha toea. a*~ Why not culmin anil 1Hlilli-d wilh a pair of ii" .iworld fnni'iiis ihoaa? We arc -urf you'll say like all Ihe mher 'K' wearers:— I'M. NKVKK HlXIt WOTHKK SHOE BOT 'K'' PRICBB: Kn.ni SI7.IMI lo SJ1.6.I HARRISONS DIAL 2664 Bah lli-lriluil.irlac K SHOES in Harbadn



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-I \t>\, MlMMBKR 25. 1S.1I -I Ml \\ MIX 111 XII I'U.I MM ELECTION NOTICES .v.or A Thr %  • %  ..! %  .1 -I I ,,. IORM NO ...i.M. B .1 Ik* rtmptt r.-.t.t.-.. P^-n nw, ,„,„ I OHANT i The I'arl.a •> -i """T %  hg r aa j B i tf o Ihe afcreaald u.n i IrMMT.I I IM %  I -II Iiifkeaxerl ,, the IX h %  %  —r nrt Beet ,,,. Ml :hr -,n ate s* ca-.-t %  (1JOHN EUSTACE THEODORE HEN AIIFVNE WALCOTT .4. ELLIOTT LISLE WARD %  ai LORrN/O ALEXANDER WILLIAM' f which .11 p-,.,,„. are hrrehrrgmr r.1 t.. t-r ii.uian.l aovero. themaelvr. •Mrtfeair. i UBtUM %  >! in* vote* H*B HVIII candidate* will ^reoneni-e on in, Kth dax ol Deceinbei IBM .1 the hour o( nine in H*r lti.n.v % %  (iLil. School m the pariah Of It Lu. %  dee my hand al Srlah fiov.Setlool this Uml day of November. |Mi B T BAMim B-lurni'iB Officer II.T ot roLuvu rtin>N •'% %  !• Of -I I I < i ,.... Checker Hall Road and Max. cork'a Rood NO 3 H>>( Moon Fort Junior School N.> • Veatrj "'-"" 'St Lawl IdS m Lucy* I No. < Mn. Lanirrnc Hover a -Hill *"-." Chance Hall School Vo %  'Tha Lirj .i id. Valky~ Lodat Nope Hood Vo • Si S-ithin'. Olrle' School. 11 E BARNFTT Returning Officer. MaM :• DUlrUI r. M School -St John t*v. School i 4 Mat newMt* lie Met. Hill • Pohee Ourt. ****** m N.i S3 I \.. I Mstrtrt Porter*. Factory, OBftce ice—aw Club. t ...TR?,,....,... |:fr Ca-Baxti K 10 Dtatrict SI Boniface Infant* 1 *-. i No !l D-li.tJi Jante. Vretr* Raotn *„ II Dt-trtc t Afban i BOY.School And that the tenattilatr. in the above n n*h an %  roltoaro HOIDER >liIJ KEITH WALCOTT MAIM FV WM K ol which all penon. are hereby tr ih* the lth < INI at the k %  i -ltd at Sanity Land thi. find d.x of Nova**-. J H C TttniM Rr'nmHut OfTi.er The hiprfiUiinii •tix'll — I. 1*11 Mill! I ill (,1AM Ol A rOI.I. THE I'AHISH OF BT. (iEOKUE NOTICE i. hatb> BIVMI to iho (art a Poll hai born nantcd if thirloction now pending for DM ltd pari-lh and that auch Poll bo opened on trie Uth day ol mber. IBSI al III* hoi ...II ,.i and the aftert till the in tMAi..i thai II..candidate* in the abtn pfanah at* %  folktwi CandMal*. ill BARROW. CAROL v. %  I.I.: I and ao. them %  Ivan to iiic %  avataJ candidatn will 0(1 tt.e UMx dai ol nnratubcl. ito! at the h..u. "( nine in the forenoon %  i School In the paii.n ..I II Oaora* Olvan iindrr n,y hand al St George Woviartar, 1MI w A. TEAR WOOD. RtluirnutR Officer LIST Or FUI.LIM. hTATIONS PARISH OF ST GEORGE No. 1. A building al Uwi Hall PUntatlon No. I Mr Thompaon* houae al salter. moaily oppotlt* Mi. ThoinNo. S Thorpoa Cottaae No 4 A building at Oun Hill No. S m AuaxUllnr'. Box' SCIIIH.1 No a Workman. Junior School No. T St Oaorgr. B-iya* School No. g. South Dutilct GirU' School No. %  A building at Brighton flantaNo. 10 Social Centre, Ellerlon. >( Lukaa Cirli' Hehaxol. No. 11. A buOdina at Uraa Il-Ji I'ltallon. No. IS. Caalnn at Green* Luke'. Junior Scho>.l \ buifcling .1 Farm Plantation No. IS. Fair View Home No. 17 Si. Jude'n Boya' School I al Groeea AariCkilIOBM \. "•MI... rcviaMi ll IkPart-h .f t %  ••ipi, I n of the aiore-ji.l patiaii that p..n lia been %  Tranterl lor fhr • pending for the aald lunari and thai •uch Poll am be .•pened on the Uth Dux ol Deierr.ber. 1BS1. at the hour of ine lutentMin Bnd kepi lill Ihe h.xar of n* in ine all.-. in Station. awAabllahed varioua Polling D U I a tO W compriacd In II.-.aid ftarlah and aM out in the lial attached herelo And that the candidate* In the above (..(,.h arc aa follow*. ill ADAMS GKANTLEV HERBERT |l rnttAltn WILFRED RVTHVF.N i SMITH. LLOYD FTHH paraona ara hereby req.iue.1 I r.llnalv at the V. I SI. Joeepri. under aa) hand at Andi IhiTInd day ol '•; %  .. %  I l-l t nulls. STATION* PARISH OF ST JOSEPH IT* be attached to Form a-1 i. 1 St. Ann'. School BatMM.1. McKull. lation VFAHWilOn. NO. 11.' R.!.-.*oLthin al Ik %  -II... I'.,..!......, I*M I*) NOTICI OP GKAPfT OF A POLL The Pan.h al < liri.l CharTHI mven to Ihe elc .,i. of MM afnreaaid pariah of Chrui ridirrh That a Poll ha* been granted Ih* election now pending for _J pariah of Chrlal Church and thai -aeh Poll will be apened on the 13th "' of December. U4I. at tba hour af tha forenoon and kept open tllaf the hour of ala In the afternoon IJI Polling Station, established In Ihe %  the -aid paruh and aat out In the llat 1 .•"ached hereto. I that (ha candidate, in Ihe ahnv, ne aa follow. l itea.— I'HEY WE8IXV BIRCH VII BEHESFOHD nRATHV AH; 3i FBED CARLTON GODDAK1) i4i WAI.Tr.lt WALTON REtXE i9t CUTHBERT EDWV TALMA of which all paraona are hereby re quired to lake notice and govern them rfllngly Ai-1 that tha counting of the vote ihe aevrrai candidate* wil ngnmrma on the 14th day of Deceiii hor. 1MI at the h.ur of nine In thi I ore noon Churel. ay liand ^ %  irUaUafi l"ta>a "L*aWOIMI." Ilaatlng*. near Pavilion Couil No. 1. The SI Halthlaa Olrh' School, Si. Maluil.Ho—I No. 3. A building In the yard of Mr A. R Toppin-, rr.K1en.-e "Ma*,. Iiaven %  HaaliOH. :, > m the yard of MiTITL OF ORANT Or A POLL Th I'ailik af M. IV'rr NOTICE i. hereby ai.en to the ale .,1. of thialnrevaid parl.h that a Pull Ml been granted for "" %  • printing far the *a'd parish and Poll will be opened raj aM Uth day ol December. lail. at trie hour ol arven In the farg* n -in and kept open till Ihe h m UM DftrrniHin in the Polling Station. c~t.-ibli.heo in Hie varioua ("lima Din.•ed In the -akl pan.h and •1 out in the lit alia . FRANK LKSUE WALCOTT i.f which all panum* are hereby laaM notiie and wive, accordingly 'he xrxiial candidate* wi ... i,,nr in ll '..rrnnon at All Saint." Bo'*' School. I.t-i n^lar my hand at SI Pel. .'.'• % %  ,i... ( Nov.-nilirr. IM1. C. A. THOHNTON Re irning Ofltcer LIST or pou DNJ H I-.M-I. af SI. Pater iTo be aliacheo 11, fan. I.olalion Hoapital. iji I'airv A i ..IcrirlBe School All Saint. Friend K i4' RWohrl Giil.%  gftgail, A.I Saint.' Bnva' School • ii. Indian Ground Girl.' Sclx-.l i?i rrrowne'v Boinr. Road Vi aAll Saint. Girl.' School IBI The Ala-aander Rehonl Athlon. Wnathing Avenue S Mr* Lena Graham > nwidertei • %  Rone i a*ath." Si La WIMMe H-n, f. M. ClevaMon Stoarla'a rMalana. D %  Maawell Main I A l,,.ldir.ii !! %  %  .. E. |_ Want'* le-idanc*. Maxw.il I Mi T A Waterman', reaadenee "Munlroae t Mr C The St Chrl.'opher' Olrla' s.-hi>..i wakefletd Phillip*' raalilritr. at 'Walaa." I 11. The St. Bartholomew Bays' MMI I I U The SI. BarWnlontew Girl*' School lArmvlagev %  13 The StPatrick'OlaaY School i 14 The Rt. David* Boy*' School I ,V'i Boya' School l.-lge room ol Ihe Civic ., v... %  floor of a building af St Church near lo • I ST G. WARD. K-' % %  %  i nfli. i FaTtarl of Chrt.1 Church 13 11 Si-ln H i\ %  fba a>|ir i.i tomta %  i. ol Ihe a %  faj haa ba-rn granted for th.pending for tha aaad parish lay and that auch Poll Will he ..peitrd on the Uth ,1.x ..f 1MI, at Ihe hour of v. n in Ihe lore in and kept open ml me hour of all ihe afternoon in in. Polling Station eetabl*ass*d m the vartou. Pollina Dix I ;.'i—1 in the said pan.h ol St Andrea and set out in Ihr h.t attach gd th-rrlo And thai Ihe candidate* in like above pariah of St Andrea. ..-r af. CandMa*** BOURNE. EDNA rilMlSTrHTlE OILL. I.INDSAV FRCIL RYFBVI -. KWi, JOSTTTl ALI.EYNT. uf i.hicti all per-on. are hereby requirol lo lefcr notice and lfin themarlvr. aMfaaBt) And that the counting of the vote* given lo the several randldatee will commence on the 14th day of December. IBM al lha hour of nine ir. -ha forenoon at The Alleyne School m the parMi of St AndreGiven under my hand a' Ihw '.ovrmbar. IBM Rrt umlng aOaVar Il-T Of FOI.LINO STATIONS PARISH OP ST ANDREW .1. be atlaehrg la "Feraa B"> N 1 Ml I"" P.'i"' Houar, IJhorrv Village rt* 1 RawdenaSchool SwaWB Faclnrx | %  ,. %  i, V. %  No 9 Mr* E V Bock-. Miaalon Hall Car* Garden Nun rhalky Mount Barhool i as Community Hi N MrAaa'lia f>a>* St. Joaepn' Shepherd'a Bath House. Cattle Biarknan'i Ch. PUI I t St. ion a Muted Sctvoo'. F A INGRAM .Dirrtri pariah pf St. Andrew 34 11 ii-ia Thr flf I'rttfirrmnlre mill Kmut Sun-rmmful f'nrrrmfutitUlirr t oil en* " *•*>*• HnrltIT POSTAL IJITION it Vl II uuy to VdCOaMS in the cnrri r of your chmre --*•• KOH' I br a.( ,oei(a-a*e.i !" .PKO %  pkka. .*•( %  M fOV' 4aor the a la aay eral aramkad. Bee [I i.tiur* gad fJark al Waefai ,-0 1'ilrtarr r^ra (aaria— -livbrwu haadaVajkaea . !!! %  .-.ladll %  -•or a, a. ;s vou c-ptfTw Htnt? sag.--.-,', IB fVaaataa l akaaeta ana I. saw. tees. M.a.~. til labial Metar I .,..„ a, • %  ***• W.,1,n| 0*a l.ha-1 If you do not in Par-'cu'sn 'ree. W>eeaan 'u M ,„H, aad P.M. H—O C aa ra Wri,,. lr YOr cireer b v, arrttg to ui on anv lubjecr.. Direct Mail to Dmpt. 188 TEE BENNETT COLLEGE LTD. FIELD, ENGLAND IS ESSENTIAL!! wt HAVE ji ST RECEIVED S aBAtprncTit of PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS fin lha* I'l-mlJ-ion 01 *n.ll gntdi'ii FvmlhltiK for InEM or Wf4>d. Lcl ur -dive youi problrm ALBdUNEUM NO. 1 AGROCIDE NO 1 AflHOCIUF. NO 3 OAMMAUN A RSI N KITE VaeRDONt FERNOXONF i WETABI.t MTTAI.IRHVI' i aaaaaa aaaaaai PLANTATION'S LTD. COME TO I0YLAND 1"' mn 4 2 TOYS (Ha*ii, and Mfrh.nic.l) ;. DOLLS iMl Ban*) J* TKDDY BEARS 1 TRI-CYCI.KS i I'll (1 1(1 IKMlKs GAMES AND BALLOONS. Biinn along your Kids and le( them choos. for gai aad v aa From The Larc Variety At f BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. (The llnusr For BjrCHIIrl) ^ 16 Swan Sttvet — Phono 2109. 4406 or 35S4



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PAliK HI. I IT SIMMY ADVOCATE ^\ll\\ MIVKMBF.K 25. 1MI CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE U0. FOK Itit-.VT U %\ II It MM) Toe rluict Mr %  nil-.. atoi-agea. it-am. edgpn.rm. and • Memo.tan -b-da and SI VI %  nOBr < WOrdB op to M, aatf) *>ord an --ek-aa>a -net 4 een. t—word art S'lidaya far earn adm—.-i -- %  Far Biilna. Heritage er aWagaanarl Bnaounrrmrrrfa In Cat* 4Ealllne> In* •ftarae •UMtat an. I Oil S\l I AL'TOMUIIVK Apptr (. E Mai xl T.re. Prtr* i D.al ttU Sail llJn I CAB—Cr.ry.ler in I I Houae. tl Pelet Ciailoii I MrBIMlhV CA *-' OtW ltT A.-.. fce. Jo*-, h Trafalgar SI Phonaa l-.ilt lit—KM.H Pair* %  motDOTH Alkayne CrabHane. .;rj -daughtrx IAJCIII MM Odda-.. U.-"ea. Carl. I %  %  LNU I Redman A Tar :vl only dona ...ndlllon. Il* ir i: d, I I.I lini ..< -ni' %  IN MKMORIAM -KCI.MI P fhw iiB-r.1 IIh %  '•' war i. I lalalne and ll • nbe. Dlh 1MB %  III I VIIOMI HIHUIII' s mi. II MUnm I O I.' Ai.pih.-i ... invited I.I ..I TWJ A...I.I.I T.-th... lfBMaa>LibMcti .n t. Mien* S'-natnrt %  >> I Modal UIW •IKMIOO. &..--,., D ll 4413 Wlleoi. 'All r>r.|. aaed 1 unvariiDlr Ford > lead •-•indrNatn Oafng chnt AptCole to Limned Pknn* MIS HOUSES ll'.IM F* f r.itehed Bungalrw. %  d Rant >. wm. i Mil ii m nn.r SALVATION ARMY ANNUAL APPEAL A* .. '-at iira'ar**!, ... h . .... '-tfwa* Dreea Mum. fa ill %  MM*, *JI J aaa-nh i OOK5as* r CT- --*! — htf new '-'-I .-•• ru It:.-I %  baa. %  MB %  u.* ad* .., UtftCM u 1**.. | >;>vrri r a*. %  W 1 MM t-*n dab* or deb"in at, •iltrn nrder .lajn-d b> me •.HIirfT I FS.1JJYU W|IJ IAM< n Wpar W aaajJ ajufai Pjt bar lb* IBM (ma. aaataa. i Api> bHriarr ajdn %  W i Bl Aaphta. a Dacdajifci Kh. in: PI'IfLfl SAIfrS 8EAL KSTATr *•" I.* %  )• Mokry. Pbvi MISCKLLANEOUS l.')TTIJ3 CMM -nift. Bjaj i,oii '" P" M— *D**r CBbaaatj fl *'.!• PWrt Boajd II U l| I thrtf oaci %  M LaarM I'-. Onnt LM ll Ktncb •) Cb ltd (sau a Cat Lb* fr.OOtf t/m. ACTIO\ \t r \tysTB.G. SKW&APMM NOTICE RRtrlllM. > I \ 11IIN 111 IAIT-IM III ,. II M | ND ir.nn LTi'ni. Gelling Up Nights Makes Men Old af aataa, |KN aad 4rri Ihurjl nlril Sui*r CWW ^ tat tot. it. B.W.I. Hr-t-4lnc GEORGETOWN Mov. 21 An action claiming f'.OOO dima|4?a for allpfed libel haw bmi fli**t against the proprietors and editor if the DmMj Ariaa* by Mi. C. B. Jacob. Georgrtown Biiiinfimin ami labour to a der. Ap,.licalion!a are invitaxl foe tho •oat of Agrx-urtural AasaRauit, ) W 1. Central Sugar Cane BreedtiK Station. Drpattmenl nf Agnullurt. J The salary attached to the, po.it is in the vale 1I.M0 x |T21.02O (E.B.I x ftC—f2.M2 per annum and the point of entry in the scale will ti>p4pad on the qualifications and experience of the successful applicant The post : %  not pensionable but aftr a yew's DbafJgflaaVJ service the office* i> Join a Provident Fund. 3 The successful applicant 11 be required to provide him% %  J motor car. a loan towards the purchase of which will Ma aaitiar Maw Mim %  •• a".rjd OAJI -at Tjra. -• %  ..-. % %  .ii>jp i. idna ~ %  KUV Undrl. H.tlrr.. ... .i sad Bu aj ll Olltrna n 11 M *n CHRVHaU iWINIMKtK 1B4T M %  !.An.1 •mini %  tajhlna C* IS 11 SI 3c rm. K *r. aond 'on.iri Bin day. Dial { KI.KCTKii .Al. nsx-TMtc Hd LarW* Tabht„.,t riao up. TABU i. Mil'-. H v; ftarHU.FRATOtt Of% .V flumlng foftuvrator In %  Our Appl) W T Sdnr* lanUlnti* fffW lli.il.linn PtMNl ... -i.-i 11 II l MUllfllV UAIiniS • V.l.e •(. VaHW l ..-tfi.ru NIhun !-(< %  I...,,,,, -l,-h-rr M II SI -4 rUBNITUBE ihU MSB ... SIS.au Mt, Muji, „ i Chain M>' H'KNmiKE o.m paras Palnird .. %  r. IS 11 SI \>\OI>II;III;M ODPfl unt Oeorgc abuttlm i^ rt w „, alyara \% %  guard I *•/..*. -t. Jar" TOM *I It .rilalnlf i .1 A IIAHNFA A I I SI 1 %  %  DWIALOW MrWST bultt Buna-taBl **'•*••> Mad, Ulnck Bard. MS yard* liam baM. canuinlng 1 badreaaia, drawlr ai.d dining roumi. .•r-ndah. tiled bath, kltthrn and arrvaxt* room. HTr. aaif-. >nlaltid al modal I. lira •HI or 12)1. %  • 11—n NOTICK %  rJm>Ai -UM-.I i ao*n DEIIFNTUIUS DrbvnturM. Marina Holal MB4.H Ltd rtirlhar partlrti. Ur. apply W.i Pg>iiy iB do. i Ltd 1*1111—t f.n. KOI M SPITH I.ina .| S44nm f-A^H OS —tay i.imi hurry thry a ioina uai is.tea HMUAIB •" adjmri._ lng Oawmintut Wood*. MMik*ni Build; ROYAL Dial M47 B Arrhrr Mr K*nUa Victoria Slrrai II 11 In %  by th O K tl durl port CMAIMXS IXAItV Mil MABTIN DMOR1.T Co.. L 1 Cdafafeti U 11 Sl—an t Oeaaaa t*i I ronnthiana s I %  %  SaX ihp fssjasassaal "d Baal Uie aairH %  >( tind ti* r any dal 0T *M'K.. OJJ --'"i M Bl SHIPPING NOTICES MOUaVi r %  " 'i ''' i t -.II I. tli-awlnc an kill-nan i %  tanri II.. .1, i BaBMI R.wkl-v. 1.,4-hil n* I Blb-.MBBfBB. panlr i PUmnlnar w-atBr in nil bratrm Miiift SIBO. M' < C Wiilina. HilK-iaVl NF.1MERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. AUCTION %  > ll I I aapoallr I k-ll>i l M %  • %  I -fi-B IDN— tb Ila..-.nbar. I! Vli IN*. Kl ll> S*nl MI aad tMoTIRIttM is nRtSJRHTAD 4thDW.-n.N-. I 'Mi1 to r.a*.<4Ain a nair .i its % I* STtKTOM—Sth Dacciiibvr IB.I I i-n.tlliON -. i .i %  IIIIM, III IKIMIlUI I'tKtMtt f'OTTIf \ —ITth IVrcmhrr. !•' Ms.. T" taiMIIMt < I % %  *' l 1 NttSIIM We'd lrnbri. 1* r MISBON. BOM a co A "j !" • on a tfroM and conditions thote w similar to ttsoa* which art appilcahle to travelling oaVeri or the B^rbaaVjg Government Service. A mileage allowance will be paid at standard Government rates. . Applications, stating age. educational nu-im. .i lun -ndexpenence, logether with tol'IKs of ti-stimonials should b* addressed 10 the Dlreetor of Agriculture gutt'ti s Park, and will h accepted up to 12 noon on Thursday 6th December. ItSl. 25.11 11—41.. ..f Caribbean Revelry presented by MINS Judy Graham s Bridgetown thatrtrtent Croup M The MODERN HIGH SCHOOL OH SATURDAY 1ft December. ItSl M-aar by errv Oraon Orvtaaatra Sl'BSCBIPTlON -2 WANTED TO BUT STAMPS STAMPS \ll KISHIS el STAMPS at the CAMatBEAN STAMP SOCIETT Na. It. Swan Street. -/,',*-•, i .I.I.. i M V Cargo ...it HI Km. IM Ibcunbit DAKBWOOD will ., %  PMMagi i %  Dat> ol departui -MONKKA' -ill %  W I BCHO> I i; ..MM HI RARBADOS H'RF fll'l a PaviRf nl i Hat Rack wttli Minor. B--*ar. warki.lv*-. apouna, .••• %  -i..iidand ..Ih-f ii TEBMS f-Alll AbrHFB M. Knsrif: -• Canadian National Steamships 6d, Consolation. Cash > Prizes. 2/Stand Sweep. *J I'.irt-fclutucl and Foircast \ Cornpetitioti Pri/e*. will br , paid on and from MONDAY ^ Morses and Serial Prices n and from MONDAY :trd l>r*rmater next. Payment will be from irot SBBM |. 3.M p.-a dally. G. A. LEWIS. Sec ret.i P \CWS I I AMI! AnBiwfit iMikputt ((. %  prtitkn MUSI PRI/t la*** SECOND PRIZE Sl&M i limn iKi/i t 3.00 In 25 worda or less juat Qnish tnis sentence. 'I prefer Ammident TOOTMPAStK becauae .... and send in youi entry with a aMMlPlJ AMMIDENT toothpaste box to K. RHunte & Co., Ltd. You can send in any number of entries but each entry mutt be accompanied by an AMMIDENT '.wthpaste box. Entries will be judged on their ability to describe the c see lien! qualities of AMMIDENT Toothpaste The 1 three winning entries and the names of winners will be published in the local newspapers. Competition ends December. 1951. REAL ESTATE JOHN M. Id iOS FOR SALE l "Ol tatmt llll Modem -Ifh ir itonr wall! .i-d ba*r naDrst.* ion* Tlurr .Vina ro..p t doubl* bratroarw — nti putltii -.inlrolw-. KI %  kibrhae.. aoui hcauna InaUlM s- %  tourda erf about S abaa a,.aaad Mhi-d.ilad —all | lor.nion ibta ID Spat* b.nlt tbad wiih tlw typB •* matrrtal raralwan ba-day AnachaHd i. dtnina roam. bW e aa ji aantl*. 'aga tc wn !" Ihr iiraliv raducrd l-rb-e now aaaad. Cbal btacb aaaaajaa. I.tanatta laygaMiii with > lard* iwiu aNnCv. bilcntn and aa 1 Boud b a draann md gai %  ..it—i %  % %  T>\ St Patar %  ton* bull! bouaa W Mtram#l> %  olid rooatruttlon and •xtanarvaly rvmndrlte-l to gM added attraction Tha Br.Hirid A • lib own bath and to.lr-t. DMMr't li.mlrv .md inodain kltctwn Appro* S ..ir of land wan bMd o.it .nd qf the njaa A modern 111.•.... %  MltCtlll" Thia property rap) HitMe aea-ard* ITS 3 load bedraeme With Inn.I in —a.doibea larae lounge jiving room HIHI I varandaM* Iraduta from it Tha klSchea i. wall m.pptled -ith 'Httod tupbo-rdi Poaaaaaea 1-car garage, j %  !• ajag i-uadr. '('AHARI-AMt Haawaira p i.etty aM.r aap.aaa j i .oil. manabip W-ll deuaned foe e %  unnhtg with > lerepuon. 4 bedrmitns, verandah. Kitchen. %  ardama The land U abl float tr and tegaubla . I aeo-re. Oad Btrd -.>lk?d garden ... > aa building lltgljr altilnalure in houae conUuni I l-rae bdrma <-uh not and cold "Im, ipaelooa lounge*, dlntns m. larae rorbbMI bar Wltb bamboo decor, wide %  lady galler. halr-i. heavy dleael HgbUng plant ^nd i .HK-TIIIPS ueual with Ihii %  ipt.t. Tiwia la esten*ra -"irjar including a long .i-euitil ttir Crane Bvata. large a-!den* planted -ith flowerlnd ahiuba and inade Jaa uiaiing land The • oaital vtewi ,ould hardly be evrelled .md tha bathing M aacellenl rurlher mlormaOOn mar tn tha tola aarnla """BIS BOI.I u Jama An Batalr houae built ad atone -ith pine floora and ahlngla two) J reception. S badrooma, "irandahe SB saraae and aaaasl ant. r. 'Mi.,.-' Tli^ I M -rll Umbered -kid with slowly Planted M..ke|.iiiv ireea Tba outi .-f HaMei'. %  la thr verv lovoa^ alle watch ha* -MtMBRaVMS: St. U.-. % %  i-iiiil bungalow "i> -rll plan%  • %  '....I.virandahl at front ii eiKloaad gaJlartei. loiinpr and dining raorf. 1 double bedroo".. kitchen and •BtvatMS' looma. garaae and authmreea The houae la comaarerb nu-Wml .. %  to lha era with good bathing. iv < MAM ray inch Marlow. M.ak-n -rll tlmgned and eeundtv b..llt hueuulow on tba coaat where there la alwaya a cooUng hirerThere u a larte cambmvd iiiiiae dmmi room, kitcn-n -nh avrvinei hatcn. 2 bedrooma. hum m garaaa and all ueua* ofltrea Open to off/era in M.AI.OW. M-*-ell Caul A -rll riuilt bunsalow with 3 bedmoma. large living roam. kiKh-n. garaar. irrt.nU' qMarli. A pleaaantly kkralrd properly lor aaka at .. Pat) ni.np.inn. flautr I I I to*. o\ sr\ Nr-i. fully turnbtaagalow baud ""< on a und> beerh wnn %  tMM Ther.. i >• %  %  j r inr whole frontage, a bedih bailna.. Urge .: %  with ,-.*ktail %  . ,. % %  %  aaed oa-irf. REAL ESTATE Ai AUCTIONEERS aag Sf-RVEYOBS PLANTATIONS BTJsXDENG Phaoe 4BM



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% ACl UN -INDAY AHVOCATE -I SI.W SdVlMBIB 25 1S1 Building [((riser Goes ToJ'ca, Triad Not Guilh Of K.ilrrinTo Coniinil A Felon) '.') minutes at the Court of Thi-rold Stantoti %  Gap. Christ l lenng the dwel. the A • .son r;n Soptei%  • %  tu commit a : %  also found r. : A the two ahem,.: n i t woundinu I tent and simple wounding. Mar>n..ii Thi. ... WoodStanlon smiled brass*!!*whi >hem to consider .-> with % %  Taylor disclivarged deliberated on thrMr Forrest D Bannlne. an iunari in the ease c:. M case. American engineer in rnnnertiDn f W >* %  i... %  Same rAidrnee ' i iissnea.-id that them WH .. urrtcan,. shown. when he entered Mrs. v :rtumi prsetir* at 10 o'cioek ended juM ,(:., 3 p_ni. W. •..-mead's place. TV* woman r -f *" "* i' B..nn:n ..ay. he rot afrt'd and who ** %  chief -,t !>> %  Bo IM in it .--tii* thai tnirk -lcr with brick Mrs Cod* Committee of Miami ha* on the morning ..1 September I .id that ahe war Ir. Dad had .ois.derr.ul,. expei— CIRRCH SERVICES Nazareth Holiness Cluireh Merges \\ ith Nazarene Today, at th quarterly meeting cunatderad a divuw amalfaitataoo. iUrbedoa District church ana through their unit-d effort .M Of ihe Nazanaoa. being heid at the futuna prosperta for an etfee-*m i am the Halls Road Church; the :; -ntstry ___ ._ Nazareth H^tneaa Church oaier standing. --nntendencT of the RareTha Churrh of the %  id Kenneth G. Jonea, w!U beexpreastea j deep r*titu'.e to rtiiwtrm %  Veiaen come part of the world-wide Revssrend Kenneth Jonea and hia I | famdy of The Church of the Directors, for the gut of buddIrTaaaaTaflT mgs valued at appraarar—" • a iia!< OMN-I BT both group* this action i* S12.000.00. vnuar Pint CMI-^W >— < e-l* ask for Cusson^ I.LM RY Kill I I SOAPS -I IKIlblM i •* ~ A -. *•. B c.oaa. I w- turning whet, sn* got and 1 i* o'clock the accused Stantne blow on her head. The same %  ience given by Mrs T*aynder J* was the umr In the statement of .. as a hoarder ihere oo bar heod an | net From this it shows clea*lv that he acruaed wu the man in the Mrs. Paynder that On Caribbean Varieti Tour l-XKTTH pFi^cotrrii • —. vre* : P %  U' A I. Haven I • Mr t Bf-.v VAtnOCAU, Jaa*a HI* % %  >, •MIKtM .U.| ll-ll. -I *1 Fa-. a nouit Reice told the'iurr that it vai Barbado* compruing th,. Might lau KB Ikan mail.! i". %  -• Unl rilipunilM he ihen made window of the bedioom. Mr. Paynder. shouted scmraed and Mrs. WcaUienher a^d teeing her %  IV.Iire .Nol.Hed irted ana %  >Uld got lily 1 acainn the accused bey • no all %  jung began yeareasonable doubt or whether the ... rounacl, addreaaed the jury ... -ringing a raae agalnrt had done so Ule the pea(he acrused. VIOIK day In his address a laated for two houi* and I I Mr Reece In %  .rial the onus %  upon the proaeci.'.. the very last minute th.it onus remains with the prosecution and never ihtfu v. time. II mat Ihnr fluty t, look at thv evidence and coir.e l ( a deciaion :nbcring their oath to the King .."d the prisoner at Scout tbe bar They ha local Calypsonian. Ml ibe uatement made b the Madame Bellegr^df. lie Bop Sam at-cused did corrobor-'e the ^rul Madame Phinite. lefl re of Mrs. Paynder Laatl la ribbean .... tween tta • "Ut one year had anything to do with 4 .'c case 7 In the court of —inlnal ,S* %  natter how hoi rounsel ihe> will go -m to A: iry, arould have Curacao and probabli I if the ca_ie had been proved | ChiMrea* If-vw. 1 i \ ran *-Mrrr. mm. • -. Mr pn< %  .. 9 (.. Sir J l^ine onj^OEMOSXU. II < m Ur r M<-.w -, p.n MD Soil HOtXTOWM >JD am Plr* r I-.. raaaa, 1 p rr. Un Harm BANK HAIL. • . Sar J B.O.. I P 'TOWN II am %  •• ROSES %  trc^o, Her a n ii am a., n u King's Scouts To linn! Barbado* Contingent TO JAMBOREE JAMES STREET HARVEST FESTIVAL The Annual Harvest Festival of the Jam.-> S takes place today when a special programme entitled "Godi G*rk-red Bt J IS p.m. hy membera of the Sun-i This yearn Festival v. 'Harvest of the Seasons at II a.m and 7 pm. will be conducted by the Ibvs J S lloultor. and R. McCullough. respertivrl. A cordial invitation is extended 11 mpmlwn. parents, guard • %  Headquarters en Friday lb* br The, have • Qfiy ... lb. ^..dcr IM mhM SJ",^^.^^ZXEZ rac island and also a d.ii>10 tp r.-*.>ni Barbados al the Jamliorcc m Jamaica next ill K<gCJt II am ISamiasj BarMr* D I'veHoll C'OeTur .HlOail lie-e r N t p m r. %  I tbr-e. Mr W. aolra HoerroosrcHV i pas. asrasang Barl %  a eTMcaer Hr D Cul p aa un saaop mix 1 pas. r>aaainfl Bsevsee. """-r Mr. W 8 Artftur t>VNS)cOMSUt ta.m Moml eirach-vr Mr O Pranrta p.n. K*ar an g arrvir*. Ptwa i Hl Mr O W rte> "M-H-r THE IT JAMT9 NATIONAL. BAITtST riaaona anil % % %  mu* Pr*a> "ar •av J H Oral' U Th A. %  V-in diiiirf llta .• I l.a. I. aassaa C la t a si .. I II. ^\l III..". M.I naitxirTowN cneTaiAi. a m Holinra* Martinf In that they had J %  JS # fnsm page 7 next year, $2.7^ more bag than British Guiana '" r M had offered to sell them it jig to them ft* ~~ o, ft e , The Ho,,. ^-^^^ „ ^ ^r l=2 Pi.silion Ol II..HM -Lookm,; al laM would see that it VM ..n Seiite.nr 25. early in the %  : I -: tlee will ma--: the S a %  fl.siasn %  r.t ..-ax' Weatherhead. Evidence h.-> Tlld Sri house lOOli. .-; ileepiim ungjy have to spend an additional $330,000 ol the taxpayers money next year for nee alone." he said. 'You will have to pay 11 cent* per pint •.he l.'t January. Dut if the Government had nantad about the position .,i /"^'/. %  '" %  "'" died the situaUon the right way and how it was the upper "l'-". w1 /"' r ^^ l J rd l ** Pf* 4 *"' you would have had to pay no %  : '' more than about cenU per I I .th and pint> It was seen that she wen( to -. Mel) Hudder w-ra* Pll| 15 a mor . bad and whilr sleeping waa .:. hrir quallncaiions and. thtt s cnmin| and i .pp.. ; v,do.cuetl on Bush ***" *"• '*' jr '< 1 Sl -" kind. Tde I-alwur P^rts IS goin t Hill. II del not matter whether tn '" WMffld Cmmli"n.r and th.b#tR to th(f House bee u mm at the top Honorary Secretary and U hi nBV( ,, nnr g^ worh. bui *en i of Bush Hill oral the bottom noped to be able to select t of Bu.h Hill, the fact was Ih .: '.itmasters to complete the a i onK m^n vvlth brains I was arrested in the \1cinliv iders wpo arf fl-hters could not give ( MCtttiv* Cninniiltee Mcetin: .,t down movements. Both of the The E*. *-e of the mind you of the word*"' The livepolicen.eii appeared in the i %  M council will meet at of great men all i< n i .^. wi ^^.^•7^"^ .'. He.dauart to-morrow cin make our lleei suhl.me and i ih, ir ..cllon. thai .fteinoon at 5 .. ,.,.,,. lMV r behind us. to Or Mala* GiM MOasJMtaTIHrsi n Holinaa. Maaun. n> Marina T P %  . •Baa sr Captolt. Blihop tint KFH MA1X Prvacnar I-MuMr. ABA VIEW 11 am MolUWW MltSSaa. %  via. Oasjsssass ) Ma*-ui T p.nv •aW.oaa. |Ta atMUng prn-ha: Captain Moora mi riBTAMtot isms 01 mvm HOAJ> H am Sarvlc •*chool 1 pm 1 nAVK r that would convince Ihe jury that they -| x ,.,.. m eell'ng of the weie preiudiced against tis* gbtccutlve hnh irai accused. ,h,. Annual General Mectii Deletice aounsel in hia tddiess subrmiied wal the two I Orlmth and Murrell. becauM %  %  i certificates for prompt net inn •i to the arrest of the accused, would arte in'o the court and stand on the witness n be „re,udid ,-,,„.., %  —" !" - ^ „„ M w u ' change anything jnd those < i rtiln .ur > ,\ aro The policemen M ^ pra %  Our lit .ith is S.i Notes From The Sc.rtiter i averse to chang>-' %  %  his article this mon h 'Then about this whole matter I f change ; the Movement seems .0 me to divide tlselt int.. %  Men 1 (Wrv-S% %  gCBtarnatt 11 am. Sunday aKhooi : p >r. n.. %  % % %  Su^dav Strtool T pm. lanic. ~.a*-. Hln-W U "-I1TTH VIUAGB-II am S-T.VPS v m S-i.. Scoeoi wiMinuter In caarss. II a lic% n M. Walk-* .Pul-ii I), \ttminatiim thiy To Ihe Editor. The Adx-'ut Met, la the Nominal.-.:! prx>ceedina> m St. \'\. quoted as saying that <• rialntic measure which had been in,. .-,. %  .. 1 that there %  %  With thank W. A. Crawf-1 Lucas St. ?3 11.31. Bl l~iihp was .ntroduced iy m>1 hange everything th.it M | f vtl before 1939 The drit y^ have a duty to perform a*id the croup give somewhat bogusly *s WM hardly any socwlial. rewarding of certificates t 0 theac "'"r reason the fact that B I„„ o( an y lmportanc introduced men was not the issue before the H dead and nothing must be ^ a^jj-^nib!^ my time to court. PoUes Const.I I •"red; they ore largely the IW wmcn had n0 |'nwde mMarxhall who was commended diehards. most of whom—I mu>t bu(lon by the learned Judge on the wag unkindly — did Dot he gave his evidence t.ri an"'art Scouting until about twenty •wered to the rigorouv cross years after that ri-te It-I ... 1 •Mmiha.ion by ihe iclence leariy that -This Is a M 'ounsel. told the court but tn nd not an Organisa-] %  .-r iugRes:ed Q and sign.-l It ' or that noihiog glvwi by the defendant tjilicd hjuid be changed. If • %  with what Mrs. Paynde.--id. -..thing it means thut v. All til*most lnipor :.>kes an 1 wer c ther. For • .. • liut the thrww a^ide the established tradi%  i>-urt %  Q hi 1 rother *f th '..usett M took the stand — at t v jrse between the two of the defence counsel — and exiremes .ind this, I believe, ir•stad that the accused could not dlvtdualty through the ( read nor write, yet the accused Moncrs and in an unsworn statem'-nt said and collectively through I ha* he igr-'' %  es. is being dont which was takt-n by cjnstable I;O.H| purpose" ap.w. n.\.\r £Si.29/ GatnUVT KINGSTON. Jamaica, Nov. 22. Government has a motion tfore the House asking the ,>proval of an application of the Secretary of State for a free grant of £54.291 for Colonial Dwclopment and Welfare funds for the erection of a suitable building to house the British West Indies Public Health Training Station in Jamaica and jpproximately 75 per cent, af the u-current costs of the station to be spread over four and a half yean from Januar> next. ic.r.y YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT Tram C0DB1NOTON K.infall. Ml total Kainfall for m.nitli I" date 5.SI Im 1 nnprritun '.' %  I Uuid Velocity: II mllrs |t hour naraeaeter : < ami J9 8*6 (3 pm.) t9S7S MONDAY. NOVEMBER .* No 1 Bai vs. Owen Swart Thornalll They'll Dolt Ever) Time "THE SeOT OF A LIFETIME • SAID FrsjTO&GER MTJPPEB AS HE JOVFUILV FOCJSEC A BULL MOOSE AT SUPPEC Bv Jimmy Hatlo PUT ERE He COULD CLICK T-TME SILENCE HAS BROKENA JET PILOT SCARED ^"HE MOOSE BACK ^0 H060KENTasty Terry Towelling FANCY COTTON TERRY TOWELS Gro-n. Blue. Guld. 20 x 40. Each a FANCY COTTON TERP.Y TOWELS In Cmn. Blu*. Geld. M X 41. Each COLOURED BORDFJ1ED TERRY TOWELS In BluGreen. Gold. Peach. 24 X 41 a FANCY TERRY TOWELS Pink, Blue. Turquoise Gold. 24 x 42 • CANDY STRIPED TESBY TOWELS Slle 24 x 4S. Eoch • WHITE TERRY TOWELS. 24 x 43 24 x 41 • BATH MATS In Blue and Tango. Each Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. -~H 10. 11. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET



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•INIUV NOMMBER 25. 1*51 %  •I Ml \\ \IHll( \T1 PA'.l l.l.l MS JQ£L4/e MOTHER B.B.C. RADIO NOTES fO^* fACTORttS A f F.U ..* %  a letter home era I wars ago). The Utn af mw Hlmkr IM9-lttS MlU-d k> B H ...daWH H*n. Michael Jeaeaa IB* ?7 aaaw MR ANT) MRS WHEELER. Bath, were probably worntd *: %  aagp 'listed for a sold:. William had power!... at lor as tah a> %  -ism* Love of a ami ere can be of reasons to seek distant scene* and the relative anonymity of a red at end of the moraaMaM his eye on public raises *ho hav %  EM E MALCtlM (McaSQII *BaW THE rtituips BicycLe FOREMOST readers are fully awarv ihe HB. bSWSaSOasei even auiay-waick. the ptaUic raise. Buntlmy proTanma of t-urrem "'.^2 x!HL £1 *•* %  "<. Proa, and poetry 'SaJSnr In representin. the ?* %  *•. •* •' lUh oflowar income grau* • ?•" Sunday %  sdJUos %  %  trugjling %  vanel> of itylea repfeeenteo e. jart • naif-hour tnwuea* Ui a ahort loi . >-i more to reeding ton who has been he two ; tiuruj. this aeries — and *"" r. ,„..., .. MM SSL'JfffoSJ'S, Oollaaet la*. ... s Vincent, a very frequent poetry contr .1 .-naira and A M Claike. the I ssaM Here is pan of one ol the four huge tavtone-. cmploving over 4.000 skilled workers when: the Phillips Bicycle h made The PHIlip-. r hener built and longer lasting. Evenmodel has the renowned Phillip* guarantee that covers the Bicycle lor as long as you own it. For good look*, lor ktni life and complete reliability—insist on a Whatever thev were. Private Oeewne one of the Ri r ish mttlt W he aato at UM 1 -now King's cl***". Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. The I waa the reeui 1 t of perfight the Conarmn Ogre, ana the dn-i* ir mpo-cd letlera he atart home reoeet hu of the Kiim ol the earth. 1 %  % % %  'mpoeai-.tr . v ... *m raseartr, a Bsst LoeeJ wrtteri what he se*. thetne! i neti produced IP •'* „'**?^^ J^* con !lOM it fall Into Continental twn Yet he hui r turned out to be th* nnly **' VBrtotaton votewr are iwi" ways, pick up with same foreign above innY unusual style feari a..uhooa1 a.,,1.^,0,,,, Tl; .. - %  did hu vm*. msa. AUrt ntr ,, aaat was MI Mr be! wrt .P or, f.* 1 These should I |. PHILLIPS A CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND DUNLOP UNIVERSAL MOTOR CYCLE TYRES woman who would be no bettei N ^he should; he muht sM his religion Hia parent* need lot hen the Bi I has-e worried. Private Wheeler'* totteea breal %  '.. insular pride. BlTI prmciplea and nrmer prejudices can On his way to Portugal he saw— writing Iwaa to be kissed by it deaenbed—the Btr th waa ping S I woned wuh 'a aeilor anting on •• sun. reading I \ %  v inwri the pen name <.f %  to his sfcipm.i'' %  wutild aaaemblc in %  mm it was like having a I red apot. rffertng ip pushed ink prayers and all praiae to the C r e a l o r ; Redeemer. Could be have pan layV flght I* a more reaaBurlng picture of •M B Usbon. .warming with trlan "" and monk,, was a shock |o I Protestant principle. — -Whai ployed when their eotaMry da> J mands the aervlc* of all h-. sons." '"' Its churches gllttared ornaments. "Better the RWney was law out for the poor.' 1 ted as he was by pre' faces. Wheeler wrute home MaMLy '>".! v 9*n baM No doubt there are many sweet.t Itinetienal'imagery '" *• ,llM " x *" Kmgstoi ih. ^at%  *aplo-trsseratise Sen s in having a"lovalv young woman ** uk for. comrade, but there u -m c h act# infinite number of bitters attends l h !" but %  to say when his cap is o' ( itiuikt \ 01 mi I It 4 n HI^IKfp Ri Narm.n rolllll* W rem.nd oui iea>ler> that u* %  ang *nh UVSBJ .iIKl lAc i UlUlv%  an end ei Wednesday neai. nih mat In thai final aeuaramtsK Mesars ilguvn•tM B*ni part %  ahaaa p4"^r-1 sum up the three previous proKor those | irning the serie* deal | %  Wi : % %  • •John Plsnaara tiaa baec interviewing various individuals in.lulling 1. C Dowot %  1..!> • B| %  M a %  -i aaaaaart I %  M> ViL • iperaliv. pternbei last. , irnold Bonner of the la>uahbr -f "*£' T a tU *' J-rn M '' -lay nest Mth inat. rieaef from bhseb for Kabokr %  aoeet, The R.*a %  i.-bastuiu K-ight. pnhhshcd I94> Petry Iixidon' •For m time in B Jekyll I pr<-.: I RHRI fttmnvio li.li.C. Bmtta Program nws TENKENTS I.AGER ^-Ihr siipn-mIwrr ^^ inr each nfiil, i.-rv ocea*on II N %  M i : !>. -..,1 Us. I: • 12a. ill pagea For Extra Reliability WKVm ESTATES & TRADING (0.. LTD. (ZCKSTEIN BROS.) Distributors In those days wives r ber of six per compan> > r their husbands. They awar e the m<>-t aaa but open t^> erti %  thised with .1 weeping one bat* >' Marshall ret "8 %  npaign I It wax an exaggeration The poian was %  *u* parents Uttai Sweetie t to be the niegieoutitry nothing Bu: ''e grand-daui; t .1 vigorous tiarra'. L| %  %  %  •* ive but it Incli m Bible, and with it*-** models 1. 130 pin Pii*1oua i is. MBC s.miH-i,,. ( ( B.I )•• f m r-. I* 10 p s> FTM (M blMPfUU Laaaaa ror. nu ^ r iBTOa 1*1. M m ate wai*w 11 r Mr wm t.r...i. fields Returnorpi.. fall in !%  i %  r-iS ^Jrt?> rTtSST 'iTiat -and a lifelike portrait of him a self-respecti... -.. or hardy dlapo-ttlon and I rsi in hia family and nrst seen by an ompiair. """"V. outs.de era m :iMb most eapably edited and will %  Vi Kmy The Queen of Hnti-i •ABB, begins a new series of fxroiramnses 11 • Big week In Sings.' she will I H e IIIU s Northe,, > Vila.! %  WaJlM It ia aaid that I C'raele wai %  f the mu % %  .'! %  i ^Tnw Thr %  •*• %  < %  b 1 I p m on Mondays atai I the :'Wli tost 'mmPiaa*. • ss r n Tada>"m II 1. Wxllv %  „• %  ., %  1. . nni' "'"ri" .1. A ml IM %  .. VKl~rn IW>I< .' I." .-. , M-... i4i. *|...- Aiioiuvi UIK aciMai -i.nii 1-. H-HM ,ihe ramaag week is one • six dramatisad versions of nori i laja aSI. M MIMH • s... 1 %  •> i 1 fraaramir. IM p m I-. %  *>. v riom UH aanoeHi* MU ll."IHMI f II 6 Wells. In Uatm > Ivantage and the storks have been thueen to paWksB -iimething for all last.-. is Mr. Ledbettei \ 1 you ^d waiting for it to IM> r.l*Mf\f (omc (afc# a eoupU of .ASPHO" OO tablets at bedtime. The too'hmf, acton "** *l -A^Pon.— r— ,r,e nerves and comSTOMACH of 'ASPRCV It helps you to go straight 1 to go to sleep—natural, refreshing Jeep Many lose sleep during hot n.gh-s—the/ need not. if they avail themselves of this simple method Next day they feel the full benefit of a good night': sound sleep. By relieving pain and dispelling 'eemhnest and s.dden chills. 'ASPRO' you again md again Keep If handy. U*SL SPEEDILY! DISPELS. W B HUTCHINSON A CO. MASHILL STSEET >SIDC:TOrVN rRicfl ) tiblett lor 1 10 • -. tor 1 6 aitiut.i Diiimii (I a in #/ hours In 1492. *hcn Ci.iumbuv made hu memoi.ibic \o\^ze. and the New were months apart To Pan American Airway-, tr-da;. ihe World 11 .inc. and immcuv..Iiatance* by sir are menMirexl in hours. Operating BBKC from a 90 mile local shunle M:; n DCs! lYsatssl oi Their Clippers ire renowned ovw all the lands y:id •ceans of the world East and Vs. :. on their global network Shell supply PA A fuel. PgtOCX£5S't / J itnitNKS US*



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PAGE TWELVE SCNDAY ADVOCATE -I NDA1 KOV1 MIIES 25. 1>31 KEEPING A DOG R, Dr. II. SI MNtIK MOOKI | and giving youi dof a %  sleep in nut ill tlicre la to owning ar.d csr.ng for him. A I i. or course, depends on what pou Of "ith him as 'o how t trouble ViM. will have lo flovnie to hi* uporuiRiii-. %  wtuctl jussl have to be done turn • %  iviae and tfcnrral rare I nforiunaTcly | we far more for and ungroomed dogthan .oriwlly well taken care of a excuae. "Time" would be given a the reason for -i in moat cases is rubbish, for the real reason ts sheet laziness ind lack of love for the animal. Another prevalent esjf ;%  is "oh %  my dog hates beinp groomed, he just won't keep still and ftghis me all the lime", rubbih again. Like most things. wiVi inlil he is used to something new. he is usually a bil 1'iitli naughtWith a little patience, care an-' ung thll can easily be I (TOO II m> dogs ;'^u Uktj -tand perrctl) still, tuin around when %  .-> do so. fix down or lie down, give me their pawi fo* ; action and allow ma to examine and remove ticks (rtm or any other pails of rltbOUt the slightest trouble. Your dog will do this too if you handle him properly and %  a tang ,igUai >,< dosj pli %  m.tired tn—• moo*, of the breeds shown were of the short haired vaui'tv ii (in Jus ihc^ an in keep clean, in parin ktep frr> Of those \ile I OlhlPM'tMl I aatui ihe i voui dot i e mould be thoroughly oid, if with .. kaaaj hairad cai. n :nbe.i onci a dav. Sr^it at the head and ears and wn from there to the bind quarters. Use u atiff bristle hi u.*h—T find a whale bone brush I and, if a comb is lo be used, then use a metal long haired dog needs combing. Thi tangled and mailed hair must be carefully dlsentanli| Do not get hold of a comb full of matted hair and pull buj work at II gently trying all the lime to hold the matted hair at the root end so as to prevent Ihe i.in.ii Iran pulling too hard and Gardening Hints For Amateurs. TIIK GARDEN IN NOVEMBER More Abuul Chrysanthemums 1'oiiiM-tli.is. Asparagus hern % oiKier whin they > lib 'heir old Chryainthemum plant* once Ilia flowering period is over. If the room in the garden can be BB idi*;.l thing is to leave Ihtm v.'lieie they arc to sucker, after hHving cut out the centre tall stalk. As each old plant should produce ifbout five healthy suck•.tie following June July mid August, it will be seen that t necessary to leave all Hie old plants, but only enough %  i fn h plants for res' %  jf your lied"; will hold hundred Chrysanthemum plants, keep back twenty— or a faw more for safety— of the its. to Mickar, and fork up or throw away the rest ida can either be rested •r i;seil for oilier annuals until n eeded for C**)7iwrthemume again. If howei.i IV.IV tut of apace in the garden is needed, thp old ithemurri ptante can all %  ii up and roughly replanted In g Iwiek bed. or any <)d corner and lefl to sucker there. Another alternative of course is to throw out all lyo old plants Dd on bcga.ing or buy%  uckari arnen ihc time and for planting. This last method is not rcc"inmended Makers so ob%  eldon as lu-allhy or i l uniform as those that are home frown. After the old stalks have been cut down, rolled the stakes. clean them of! and store ihem until needed again. I'.insetti "..is are being cultivated more .-nd more, and are becoming Incresudnjtlv i-opular .s .• ChrUtmas rieeorntlon. v hich ilowci ..I iimc splash of colour %  in iwllr nothing makes decoration for in the .. plants so obligingly a*. make a lovely in the garden or ii in pots) and % %  n i effective the Christmas Ut tin Hut can musi he taken urban using the tut Poinsettias to plunge the ends of the stalks into a howl ol belling water as soon as This seals the ends ol the cut stalks and ao ensures them lasting fresh for soiie days If this is not done the ml Pomesttlag is apt to eyes which should be a ar and free from discharge |j -i mild mucous discharge %  %  dropped into the eye with an eye tr pper will frequrntl. the aptcharaa persists, call jxui veterprt in. the same applle the ear' Unleee you have hid a great deal of experience, it is far wiser to ge* expert advice. N-v in importance are the nails. Unleaa a dog geta great deal of running about on hard surfaces, the nails are Inclined lo grow too long. This Is bad for 'heir fcrt. it tends to tluow ofl It*) weight on the wrong portion of the fool, makes rtlay out and goes far to ruin the gait. The quirk in toe nail* which have been allowt too long will have extent wards, therefore when the operahon of shortening the nails is undertaken, the great must be exercised not in injure Ut* quick. Far better lakofl ir.'.l. with your nail clippers Then io a few davs Ufl | ; J( ,. • iff %  little more I h that a narrow piece of wood abu'. an null wide by 6— 9 Inchea long an inch thick make* a good nail filing Implement by attaching to one surface a strip of sandpaper with 4 drawing pins Using this M*aa< 1!m% 9 £Sir^iiSv^i cauMS to %  !•• at IM rMlUU OkuM it m*n {variant %  > %  paaS In m%>. T* • • %  ••OHM IBM* MWMN la 14 Uw. Illi •uick.r t.n. *laar ana bMitk t. tn ES VIMIUIC ffiZ~~j atJlaS %  % %  No "4IW haw ktna IM kao •**"* aaa—a %  faram**4 • tttu ta-l I* la *• Taara youaftsw ar saanar •aek Oat Safiaaa braaa rear a*S*aMTS* %  uaranla* pralacU (OSS. WITH CASHMERf BOUQUET FACE POWDER Farm And Garden ALL OVER THE WORLD fz'FH ANNUAL KXIMIIITION (By AURICULA) THE dates fixed lot Exhibition arc Deeasnbei I and t, It Is greatly to be hop. t thai BVwei "I local food crops of all will turn out in full force with ihoii exhlbtta, thus giving a really line dlspl. public who face the import kituauon wttfa grwwn misgivings due to ncaihi, rising priesM and facton beyonhe Exhibition, while the awards are substantial, not only in money prizes but in numerous challenge cups offered by commercial firms. private individuals and by Ihc Agricultural Society Itself, Tris the one hundredth and BrM I \hibltlon sponsored by Ihe 'which has a record uf ,. in \< n : to be proud of over this long period of time. Vicissitude and success alike have generated eeuiaUBi and detannlnaUon hardi equalled in inlonial history a .nuflcent effort o!ely fur ihe iKMietH of local enterprise and covering a wide range of activities. ilturallv and Industl lal ly. We liespejik Ihe whole -hearted upporl "f every member ol the -ommunily for Ihe 1951 Exhibition Exhibitors should provide (hem. selves with copies of the catalogue i.nd prize list so as lo famillari.'. %  i with the eondli tulcThere are a few changes I I some sections and these should Innoted In particular by hauilual exbihltorg who may be relying on plW*iOUS catalogues. We give b-low a few general hints whici may be helpful to those exhibiting for the lirst time 1. Each exhibitor should oblai.i I copy of the condition* oJ ti Lompe.itlons and make himself <.r herself familiar with then Pi Ifts are obtainable from b/.c exhibition secretary at Queen's l'-i 2. All exhibits must be put U Ut a tidy manner. Unll luality and appear .me an <• very impor sjal uh H Frui' i %  ubies should u* place | aaatl) naskets. Exhibllors n. | %  %  clean from leale in.-t*. tuns0 bruises or other disllt Stems should be CU. -hurt anil HO pulled off. Careful packing la i levrnt damage In transpoci i eassrfDai, 4. All fruit must be in a stag of ripenesK suitable for i purpose*. Unripe or ovcrnnc fruil are likely to be disqualilled. K, Exhibits showing abnormal iah as great individual growth etc. do nol r S> On pace 14 Good mornings bejin with Gillette The Basques who reside in the High Pyrenees Now shave off their beards with Ihc greatest of ease; You also should share the improvement they've made By using tiie wonderful Blue Gillette Blade Sharpcst ever made. Blue Gillette Blades are aUo ihc most economical because they lust so long. Naturally they are chosen by the smartest men of every country in the world. Blue Gillette Blades TRADE ENQUIRIES 10: I. OF. ODES ORANT LIMITED Never forget them . PYRAMID HAN DKERCHIEFS In white and colours for men and women A TOOTAL PRODUCT i• %  • ri oi AIUSTI ID • SoM leiturad • Delicately pedumed • CothmeraBouquet Foe* Podai oivav o lolm imootK Imnk a Clmgl lightly, avanly. lor lading lovelinaii FACt rowDes sv ('aaAfte^t $0ua*ie£~ choose •xtra mild, extra loothing Bath Size PALMOUVE ^ &tra-mild PALMOLIVI SOOTHES BABY'S TENDER SKIN Palmolive—mad* of the fineir ingredienii^-givei o crtomy%  mooth ftru mifrf tctficr that K-otfici owoy irritotfon oi it gently ftool away dirt A doily Palmoliva bo* will fcaep your baby v'raihed dainty. Vtmembei, Polmolive it olt—ng I rtiMCirvr GCO to.' &AMY a iVKiAtir COOS fO YCUI fc/bte&vss/tfCAes r.y BATH SIZI ALMOUVI Thank KOLYNOS for my healthy teeth PaoatratJns Kolyno* foam rlean• thciroiuc! > (ha UMUI. ajhara harmful unaaan nadaria are mot* likely looollaci. Koirtoactually prmnu daoay Chlldran lovatharool mini y flavour and It la ao food for their •aath-keea* Ihem healthy and eironi Kolynoa ktrii your &, td an.1 uparkltnB. vour mouth claap and Ireah •ooaomloaJ, for only half an Imh on your tootn brush .%  No other dentifrice does more than %  KOLYNOS" to Ikjht tooth decay. TRIUMPH OVER PAIN QUIXIHC -THl FOURTH IHCRtOllHT IH tKACIK' Mow dor, ANACIN rtltava p*i %o %  . o aflaalvtly I A law yaan a|o ladin| iciantuti diicovarad thit the tacrci liy m the eaict balancin| of thraa famotif medi; met (Phenaceiln. Cittern* and AcatylullcylW Acid! with %  FOURTH ingredient— QUININI And 'Anacin'i' Quinine acti if-rrg itiiatlf with (ha other medlcinct to tooth*, ichei. bnn( down fe.e-ni temparaturci. r*i*.orc a ml tent* of well-being Paim (rom f**r Coldi H*idichn f f >•> ttlffw frtm I T ooih>cn* H*fumnim '. Nej'*l|>i I My f tktit uMl Pi M "t' l '' %  "' Th " ANACIN' •* %  -' —>u >mmed>ai* rail*', cut out imum| ipeed I \ lh >• tvfftr fnm I \ aaji tt faeie aajai PI CAST OFF PAIM-AT ONCE f T*. lor a y*ry Irttl* you on buy enough to bring you fui relief (rt available M handy 30-iablet boivi In the b*nefui o' thu great new I I-ubiet enrelope of ANACIN '— m a bout of pain Anacin it alto and la bottlei of SO tablet!. Share K entifn dio.r, ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIR GET SOME 'ANACIN TOD A Y! V V Doctori and dentntl recorr mend • ANACIN In Great Britain alone oior 12.000 use It in their iurg*ri. ANlCIa >• i*M la Ireal IHUIn an laeth arete* u***r In* na> As one woman to another... Don't do it. Binkic! Had dogl' 'Poor dog, you mean. 1 doai'i luppoae he cn>oyi it", 'W.-ll. it makes me • *njrry. s> tji.ii. Kratch, acraicli. .ill day. and everything covered with hair*. Why din it have in huppen lo me? I've noticed your KarHca m\*r acratchc'. 'Sot like ihiit. I mint admit. Before 1 had a dog, you know, I used n> think they all icratchcd naturall). Thank gJnt.! Bill envoi about dogv He (u wouldn't put up with ii it it cratched. 'FOJ the oocnional luklc, yc", he aayi. 'But constant tcratching. no. li'i painful (or ihe dug, and it can bare patchei or even akin trouble*, like eczema'. So you bought tome miraculous non-scraicrung animal f 'No.ofcoursenot 1 Hill: 1.1 me to give Rallies one Boh Martin's once u day right from the lime we ha I him — and 1 must ay he thrive* Ofl "' •H..h Martin's?' •Yes, you know, Bob Martin's Cot**lMoa i'ablti*. Apparently a dog'i ordinary IIHHI just hasn't gut enough vitamins and minerals In it, so his blood gets oui ol order, and he starts ihi! scratching business. KanrflW and things are all m Bob Martfa'a, v. Bill say*'. 'You Bfe aaoYjti hating a husband who knows about Jogi. though 1 do adotc mine, even if he d


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-I \l>\\ MIYF.MRF.R IS. IMI vlADAV ADVOCATE I'M.! IIRTF.EN IRVING —the MAN behind the MAKE-UP 0 To • day his grand son explodes the myths about the actor who mode fortunes, 'lied penniless and left crowds weeping in the streets . Man Mout^fSiOn by Beveri?y Baxter. MP Pools Pottery %  Rvrgarl L-ben designs — unt thai an idfi lo. that is i the kiddie this year* At Y Wl :ima & t_V Ud. there ate gttrafl al Civ* lively illustrated Pnuidgc Bowl LM and Drinking Muss m MUM ornaments. Also featured e* ncl .1 name de Uu and Unen-. Ml heard 1 it* And Shepherd'' now, are] la m Gowrn, Head\ .. %  and myriad bolls of matin* tmH Slarllinii Prfiiftiuns In Yoir lloroafopr Your Real Life ToU Free Beer Uui*. Flower Vises and Wal In Cave shepherd ft Co. Ud.. Plaques, the Lillet ui the lorra 0 •" their v ry excellent display Flying Ducks. Seagull* and Blu--' Liberty's Art Cormf ihe rnoM Without u rked al 0*.. he made hi* way through euch dli which is a lot of money for a book, couragemente a* would h a KAWIH -; massive biography* of his gratm skilled ol profession of ihe r-h^ hurt you ruined hi* fluence and without hel • rareer hi rehearsal he was relentless rot pagJanL No one was allowed It is • %  long as three novds — broken the spirit of anyone withv. apeak • .word. He would take which Is a lot of words—and has out tremendous force of characte. at hour tn achieve what he want88 illustration, to entertain the His marriage was unhappy withed even in a minor situation As eye. 001 perhaps being unfortunate. No for money he had the attitude of To save time and to borrow doubt the innate repectability ot the true artist. Money was omethe legal procedure of Alice in ItawAOs O'Cailaghan appealed to thing to he spent Hi production l !nd 1 propose to give the him and he found pleasure in her not so be hoarded He made forBHt and then call the Infatuation. But after marriage tunes and died penniless which evidence. This it the best she resented his mode of life, for biography 1 havi Irving loved to stay up late after The author makes Irving; IA. and the play and enjoy good com pan >. die before our eyes. good wine and. especially good By some miracle Mr. Lawremi cigars. Uke Mr. ChurchUI. h* Irving has given us a life that could smoke a cigar at seven rings with truth. Never once does o'clock in the morning. The struggle of the normal ii'm.iii and the artist husband I* a old as the caves, and | these two parted without a divorce although two sons had been born. When success began to mine h\im: .ilways desiring rcapertubillty. agreed *0 live ;it home enduring ogam, but one night. gltM g HieWhen he cessful premiere at the Lyceum, hhe intrude bis own prejudices upon the controversies that in. most famous figure* of that time including critics, fellow actors. ..tt.t even the Hoy at F.or.iU. Just A Ham Artar ? AN ACTOR, unlike :i writer Off painter, can leave evidence of his gifti -hat he Intended. Hit Tear* Here Krai 11 mutt be remembered that he •as tne linn between sneer meloM tn* £naw-iDaen cnalUngc oi tn pia) <.f ideas. Above all ne regMoeo himself as Shakespeare** chamberlain, lie played Oesesaas, rlenry V and even '"ok on KiTiuo whan Mitles. one night i.ig", and svban Dk D Tarry at IX-sdemoiia. asked Mm i Ik ui i io to win back hg did it so Full] mm real tears pt birds, ror the table. Pool* Pn tery offers Butter ft Marmala.k lMahe* and vary appealing i/n.e "'* Prices are most reaonabh at Y. de IJma's on Broad $1. Real Estate In Barbados — i lapse of vast Interest to those planosng to take up residence on thk detighiful island. Specialists n long-standing m all property mat* ters are John M Hindoo ft C" with office* in Plantation* Building, fully aya haled surveyors aiw ap p r m laa r a, Ihelr widely arknowleslged abiHty and Integrity Is wet known by many In countries fai removed from Barbados In ra< t the names of newcomers to the island who have acquired homei thru' John M. Btofton Co makt a long list. has spoken his last word upon the nave a party for his friend %  tag* it is douhlv true that the was flamboyantly exhibitionitt Tlugi with the .nee. At best he bedespite the warning glances of his come-; a legend. ItrbJgCl t,> Ms) sessS vagaries of lime and taste. Driving home in a brougham 'un^or them Koto than anyone else Shaw at four in Ihe morning i %  mimed thai the Irving he had made a fool en legend would not po unchsusOiaed. Without a word of protest hemereFruin the moment that Ibf In i•>' s "Pi>ed the driver and a"' out. %  nan transferred from D • "T to return to her. But In ,.„,! always sent he, a box for hflrst un.visation of % %  *. i, •> %  >ck tears and madi TincKUci hailed %  M with success nd carried %  .; before him gffbd Ukg I go--.i liouper he took In Canada %  ell. Back in London he Tiad Of the K\cheqner. one t.f the crowd the Irvlllg wi h wit and venom, and did nights and she always hoped that " ... u he wOtfM have I CaUuTO. HU ^ ^ [^ ', "' l' '^"" %  1 > pgJd be never acted his JU^ u. th. w nga t n,o> ., ,, I | arhao gba irag u iiigal put ui XMCI!UOV irtor nf his time, pompous, the name of reaper ability h, smug, wl bout conscienc-. and her to be there in full view nrnttfut h%  Ogre to F.llrn l^lhg was not a P"*^?* "?".^.e .e-^which wa? not "what the damsel in distress. P^-jJjj|.niftjt the cool g i; JSSima of companionship with oloer „ Irving had aer^'ed a h.r-h uo n ,. M Inhtooam way he wa"' rt „ : hc "2! h v i Ols' imdouMeCH) In love with F-iu-r i btargh ami Dublin AJ |, nv a ,„i S1IKU ^ r)1 n ,,, ilihouKli she u'.is alwayn I %  Ihe of sturdy, marrylni %  omc %  ot another AM UveWeati I irmdM not add Irving to th. gsjl grth, e.,.ihxi,,. Mtm W |NI Was Ikrunk miixl ..n.l Uiidi Has moihe, N ,,„ llini bpnOTC M ttsB i gftot -fMnagei. pro* dOOffl sOd. tln.mrier. he I pftV Itaeti Imavian. On one ii( on an actor came on chunk N,, doubt an ( | hopelo5sh IrVrAI 'topped the pla\ ;ITUI %  me*, and llien in.oil' the InebruTtf pity the scene all over. Next daj Imr I the Whole I With in* tongue Ufwhich Irving flooded hi km, he said, "in not telling t|1)|1 M romantieltirri movements nnd that hi.; me ih;it thi-s fellow was drunk • rskiit.br* a* IM. %  ometimes muffled, and R v your misplaced kindness pOU World Copvrighl Resercert. Th* most gwrgeous Ladies Dres^ulg Cowns and P) Fuigi Silk are here from China tOO, ill Ihe l.iu-1 H Satin and foiming only a part oi i cargoes unloading ,n th> Uianial Shop on the earner oi Itoebuek and High Stree.v A branch of the Surti United Co. o) Swan $>t. the Oriental Shop Is full of intivi-stiiig and different Xmai Gin ideas. Far InataM broidered Chinese llaiuikcrehiefs. Irish Linen Table S. Sheetand — well, drop In and •IT fot >"iirself' • a • Tiniv'.---. in the world LACTCX'.EN. now with added Vitamin-' With VUNHCK in U'IKHMI nc naj .-, __J .. ,, „_ _, LACTOGEN is l h e easiest of vitamin foodstuffs to prepare, fust ter of minutes and then have it. Remember, too, laftCTOCiEN is pure Cow'Milk modified to provide a complete, balanced nouruhmeni On sale al lug Druggists, t h e dWrfmrsora are T Heddes Crnnt AQo I '•' ly i rsuUgosN : nd X" the %  pj lilr I'M.lull d ih'.t hai utiloilunnti son afOuld I bod end. Yet undoul.te.IK In .i gag from her. They JeerrH And Honied IN those day aWdlOrW eerdiet. lo t g BttMsrib i •• %  ided and rnrnotti i hut he never beeomeen .. aged. He knew th.r he was ungainly jn r volcgnd living only a few hours. He was D Urt ad. m ahil Abbey imri his it the real of Ml beloved BSSBBSSSPPBBBTI and at Hie side of hiMlntt vagabimd David 1 !" V '' %  <"''' %  lined the %  *" %  %  gatnong Ri USA DtM in the wtirld \i leof the The-e t. the rnssrhtne if Wed .•net wopt unashamed UU baarUVl H Nelson With this UKih Su HssflPJ i erges fiom the mist. niW of his hfe wlU inde and < •> I rtrple material for one. But the film should lx* made Hi England, iign-.l linnItehan arc a rew ol the m i new It.S A feature invtiea a closer inspectlr* and, inevitably, a purchase I II storked shelves. Y< must really come in very and c.' these beautiful materials Krinemixi the Singer Sewins (Ph. 4W.I. This iril learn Drafting. Pattorn Making. Siyle Adaplatioe and. of cOurat, the naakiug of tin Drees. In ihe term, each pu|: hgg II i lassc s per week anu Thursday is given over to YOUR sewing pioblems. This Internationally umou-. course is right here in Barbados and COJPlusSsM in a well l-l out room. Urge and well hi. Ti> enroll in the Suigei Seeing Academy is toen-mr ppul Ignig IN I9JL'. Socks and Ties — soon you'U be lookiiit: h these and you'U llnd no wider choice than at H. II. Kdward, Ltd. on Broad St. The price is always right in this store where SportMMCar abound*. Have .eeii ihe colourful Shu ; %  %  %  .ill kinds of patt* lot \liii ai.u hoys It H bdwartii inan> line quality woallgl the TiopicaU are mosl tempting in >oft tonod fawns and gjpgyi With their many dress atcessoncs, It 11. Edward. Ltd. |i i interest tug place lo shop. CftACKIRS! CHftUTVAl RACKUUIII New and m UH More. BOM :.n pp tirsl tUn* Made b> Mansell's of Knglan.i lieyle re..U, beautllul SBOgaal in doaoris, a few vary, very special freeetu-.. %  liame I %  [nillmeio kind can only be had ln>m the sole distributors. James l^vnch & Co. Ltd. You're bound to think of Crackers very soon, don't forget to ask for Mai^eU's ami if you want to have a quick look to oaa> vim.ya|tfeU nt, hue ^ |u i. • %  them Ueiiert, A< a i new "dnpment of V.iugiinr t v nmi Ua>*tlowers are on the apa* Tsstski may be here when you %  reading this, at ihe Chelwa f'.a pfp Showi>"mi. There aie a frw niodlllcatioir on both makes oi I tlaj III Ol MM -I"--' \.A And coming on the IgnV boat, what d'you think — th pie "' %  •' '• %  muhil'XK130 Mk VII. Sedan This woil.l imOUl %  •' %  sthssti ybe i ho .-.,!. pfl Dwl %  i i I not only endangered th* —L.E.K. I How A Great Man Selected His Wife But don't ask who it is untU you have read to the end IN 192a he had reacnen the .ig. MOD wag one for which Mrs done more to help and encourage! of 38 without having paid any Carver had the greatest dislike hlni in his career. lo women or even given How could two people with He on hi* part, though intoler-1 them an] lei iooa thought Mich different interests llnd comant and forceful on military sublie now decided that it was time mon ground upon which to build jects. was modtst and unassuming rrhM fnoihf snade ., UN together.' It was through in other matters uri '.In-tak UM hovthat he got to know the He was always n of finding l srtN uith the same mother He taught them skl-ing and learn, when talk In the home i methodical thoroughness that he and e . brauliiulK roaajgwo, natural!pnliheA ipetfc %  emilateil \nA AMeym* ithe bra f. do eiartlv ihgt! Ulegro aagaldayoi vot Iroll voar cuts* inan't'-ii-l' %  tn ,| „, bov. ...-IK II.MIV lOBi figure rait k! In f IgSSQffile %  "l"iand I il'in Cenaini Ugideni loa%  >< TOare Blgdf onl) in lli<" I nited Mal.-ol \ m a. with great vigour into the local sports of ski->ris and skating. With his usual flair for leadership, he took over the organisation of Ihe sports at hiv hotel. Here he met Mrs. Carvi with two small sons. Hatred Of War He r husband had been killed in the war at GaUipoll, fend this %  her with a deep hatred was done he could go h of war. Her main Interest, apart relax in the Joy of family life. from her children, was in the shared with oils and wife and her two hoys 1' llptured and to spend ten yean of perfect hapind pltgna wood-carving Hi was up against His wife's love loi hei proposition. He had no softened her dislike "f mlUtarj knowledge of art and rds iirofesmatter, and no wife could have %  If out of ith great Mlk) noil entailed lie's that he 'her child as %  v. ml. understand,. AND WHO if fhe man? Well these extracts conic from a neir hook eVld Marshal Viscount Moniuomrrv; The %  tOfff of hh li/e. rold matnlv for Ihe UOunu>'r reader: by Lady PVacocI: (Hutchlnson. Ts 6d ) Only % %  < %  bf,t thst goorf soobgh for you. ALTRA C li.sr Oil conauni IOg.000 Int. UniU of V.um.n A and 11,000 Int. Unite of Vitamin D par ounce. Compare thli viismin strength with thet of any other tod i..er 0l | and rou'H ieAITKA give* yau twe the value ntok rotencu COD LIVER OIL CAPSULES I hrrllhudrii TtWI lur evciy tffa ol Ifn So beautifully easy.. so easily beautiful because Bn-u !"!" '* Hdi utiv < IMOU I I M WUMI MI " d rffncT la.lv, talilw viuiv -' •" '"* ta Sf „, l>knn> I" I"I" M '"'' ,r ""' "^W* te ,1 i,, loo. So cin-l"-"*. •"•" hl '"'"> "" %  *'• "S. 1 !" ", llic Unit ramamv Utf. there's more foam in BRYLFOAM IHt OBIOINAL SHAMPOO IH 1UIE -,:',v.::'.;:%-:%:v.:.. ri* i * 'aV;JiM* ; -* '* VAVi'' '< W ^CS^iiJ. %  tts n aw AUzr, HELLO MRS. HOUSEWIFE! YES. WE KNOW ghoul those prices, nlso your attempt' %  tiling out I nothing SO LETS HAVE A SERIOUS TALK nnd we'll see \vh t can do for you. KNOW THOSE "mm" pKoni'iTHr Vat %  %  !"* | p %  im. nt -.r junu. and fruits EVei n ..-.i in."KOO" Frulln ith rowra* %  ellira k-lKiona, I can ssasure yoo, and t h• N %  % %  ...; %  win.. KBil forgat thai noniishn.wAriF" reaaat MttaT, '" %  ovht ^pre^d Toi thoar picnic snndwichea. FOR THOSE WHO UKE both palate and pocket. "ACC" Eack Lobster Is a deliAnd don't tell me you've forgotten the Xma* Cake' %  ;iv %  However, the |ob is made easier by that "BROOK**l i %nis mi I'.i-l ..liable in a package ^r by the pound. \NM A WORD fr the di-cnminitinit Mother—nutritious "CI.APr'SBaby FaoeU %  re now available. Ith in Cereals and Strained Fruits Oat •TLAPP'S" tomorroar. haU -Ith % From England—traditional home ol ahuern*BJnR—Clark! ore sending their hurst ehuri infht round the world. Americans. Australians, Khodesians, New Zealandrrs—and Britons too—love them for their ityl'*, tlieir variety and their eraftimaml.il.. So will you! mCLL, LITTLE l.\iv NO WDHDEfl NOW! M \\ siilI'MI NTS JIST ARRIVED I Mil. ( III \l'l ST — AND YET THE BEST •pn*neUxt< d. LTM| HAM at c atOAU ITO. e-vMOtrwu om-/, trait' ^" I T ri "_ u HD LOCAL AGENTS ALtC BUSMLL CO.. BARiAOOt



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I'\(.l I ill RTIKN SI M)\V .\[>\n( VTI SINDW MJV1 MBER 25. 1S1 14 glasses of Fine Wine from every bottle! *• %  %  DO YOU KNOW ? %  —thi your mNlk It a n i %  ; "wntu in vourdu/eative I rail Is in ord*r ue 1*1 lean, your n.'Uth feels freab. But if your v.l-m't alugglah the tongue is coated. t in re ft A sour, unpleaaant % %  in jroui mouth. %  IM you need K rkhiiK Amtrewa Liver Andrews cleans ud fienhena the mouth, atlroi.latea the action of the digestive organsand keep* your aystem free from •Jogging food wastes. Ite n I e ui ber— Bible Sunday ii TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN %  m IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES OUR MAS TOY BAZAAR IS NOW OPEN AND THIS YEAR THE ASSORTMENT IS BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER. %  I ...III. SOT 1-OSSIIH.Y. WITHIN THE ST ACE AT OUR DISPOSAL, C.IU: TOO ANY ADEQUATE IDEA OF THE TRULY WONDERFUL BANCO! OF• TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, ETC. NOW ON DISPLAY IN Ol R SHOWROOM tmm Arm atu * YOIHSKLF YOIII IVSf'ftf f#OV IS 10HIHUI.Y I.WIVKII. Amoni: hundreds ol other uilts %  ' CUMna you will lind • .MM IIAMCAI. TOYS Hill. \KIMIWN TKUCKS PI DAL FIBI I.M.INr.S PI D U MOTOB ( \KS II DD1 BEABS • BOFT TOYS DOLLS' TEA si.Is CABPENTEBS 1 Tool, SETS l.ll. BALLS AMD BALLOONS i BUMFI rs-Tin ;md PlaMk PUSH TOYS— with IU-II '.MECCANO SITS—Sizes 0 lo 10 LEAD SOLDIER SETS LEAD ZOO SETS TRICYCLES AND BICYCLES DINKY" TOYS—All Kinds DOLLS' rlHAMIIl'LATORS RUBBER TOYS AND DOLLS DOLLS' HOUSE IT'RNITURE WOODEN POP GUNS "TRIANC;" TODDLE HIKES AND TRAIN SETS—Cl.eknork and Eleclric u, ah* bf • PLASTIC TOYS AND NOVELTIES. X.MAS TREE DECORATIONS. X.MAS CRACKERS. X.MAS GREETING TAGS. FANCY WRAPPING I M'l It FANCY TINSEL CORDS AND WRAPPING TAPES. E> THE ABOVE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR SPECIALLY IMPORTED X.MAS ITEMS AND ONLY A PERSONAL VISIT WILL ENABLE YOU TO REALIZE WHAT A WIDE CHOICE OF GIFTS AWAITS YOUR SELECTION. V \Y I S AN EARLY VISIT AND BRING THE CHILDREN. Vl Housing In the Caribbean PAIN, Nov. ic. \.<.-,' si M <:: in the Car. An I the hfl %  tlM Carib%  \ %  is m my dUfai %  i; problem. va statistic*, ipterg dealing with aided self-help, finance, sugges| uction. recetr. and curretv In the terU tlonihip bean, t health. A flnai .. ing ihe data pre•Vlltl UO*usiny. imprnvemci.: th.v might ba considered by govemmenl and individuals. It sugI the Caribbean housing us. obtain U#a in the availability in quantity of % %  Ii iind in In.' teihnique* the exVaat tuna by terrl\ %  i cfcanalva blbf* gn phy la appended. The study was prepared by the Re earch Branch. Or. Fric William'. Deputy Chairman of the Carlbi aw ii .'"Uaborating an • Col .Hani for In! iM'vi-lopment, Mr. J. E. rn in, ind the Information tori whoga held correspond: in th<> gdhering and cheeking of current housing data. The magnitude of the housing uiXiUani in (he Caribbean is i by Dr. WUllaiag in hit %  study. He "El Fanguito in Puerto RloOi JOB Jon in Trinidad. Trench Town in Jamaica, All Buoyi In British Guiana. CarrLn.:nd Malaya la ton Village In Barbados. Irish Singapore. From there in .shall Town in St. Kitts—these are, In work our passage m the cheapest the Held of housing, some of in • reilities hidden behind the imCANCER TREATMENT wiU drive directly to Singapore. bought a Land Rover." tools, lad By HMO they expect then mot %  .n.k-ur of MOTTO Cattle TOIHINI.I Warren and Dtuglas. who hope 5.000 ft. of film. to have gone und they hui* lo get and Hnm-'one Hill, the historical A new cancer treotmont centre lo cnlcr tbt Cam dlan diplomatic From Paris they intended to H" on On drive assoclat.ons of English Harbour. hag bUn *£*d atl^nd !" v 'cc at the end of their stud.es. drive through Switzerland, across Australia. Trafalgar Square and Mont Pelee Ontario Mam feature of th. r. vdi-un HMVU ,i' Austria. Yugoslavia. QraMa *iu\ Afterwards they mean to cross treatment M a cobalt bomb, the During the pttsl three summers Turkey, then via Aleppo and to New Zealand, and work their warful radioactive source they have work.i their way m Damascus to Jerusalem in Una im passage later to San FraDti i used for peaceful purposes. One Europe and ln;h-hlked in all rhriatmas. V incouver. **• s,aU ,lf expenditures, ouncp of cobalt is built Into three parti of the ContttMBrt, Taking After spending Christmas in They expect to be home hy i and a half tons of concrete tor colour lllm.v Jerusalem, we'll decide on our S ptember and then thev ill ft u.-itim-ru of cancer by radiation "Last gummcr are were arrested next move." said Douglas. beck to university. Hon. : %  >! tin %  ycat DeD be obaerved as Bible Su n daj Tl. is spon'ircM r %  ,>eautllui tr. ft br flH'i liar.ii.>! or.rii l^ %  I (Mat In ftrn .l.r hHl IK. IMS. Wll toftlll .in .e-1 ihrm Ihftl b %  i %  ITDOM of the Socie y |g n the fulfilment of this %  Miugh the provision of the Scnpturr" in the mother tongue for people the world over. The Society began in 1804 when i he need for a Welsh EH made known to the Hcliglo.it Tract Society. One men. • p response "Surely .. nlgM lie formed for the purpose, and If for W not fur the Kingdom; why nol lor the whole world t* pOllon wa> hailed wi h ttfHifasm; and out of it came t"> •Xtataoea has issued over 550.000.000 copie. of Holy Scnptuuin some 781 languages, all of wtUCfl are sold at less than coOt prtoa. The Society Hrst sei lures to the West Indie In 1807 goal since than there have been reguUr shipments In Lnerea U bution of 79000 copies in IB48, TWO young ('madian students times in Yugoslavia and once :n the bttl if the intcniationa' situation A Itarhadns Auxiliary % %  < & poUUcal ICJenc*, Warren WllRussian sector of Bci Un." s.id j-, ikes that Impossible for us we'll fiTTTnati %  HWIIH IIB %  ,[,, ajnee W !" "'"' li"MH Wawan. Ttaa arraa. In EWrUn % %  iraLght to Iraq and Persia hen there has been auataintv brother Dougb trom Toronto, was the most frlgh.enlng. butt ,„„,,. have '. %  .ni'feri.'-! i <-u studie s from Russians let a K o altei i .i 1 ukislan, \l:il.iv., .. 1 !... 1... ,..^. n ^.11— IH. I'.ln. I II|I 111.11 Two Students Plan To See Jerusalem At Christuias interest and ready i"; P ,„,;, of 11." A .x.l \-\n H Thaj arrived London recunltravelogues in church halls and %  CTOM Che Khyln-i Pass lo Afgnai \# 'lshiLTthe Biahon is Pre i<( n>' - workto| thab passage 0 clubs throughout Canada, savuig ; B and on th |D Ind. w.h Mr r 0 ?lffjTn£Srer ^eden m I -, w s.Sr^r and the money they ca, %  | KSLJ^S and Mr. V. B. St. John as Se.rudriving through .Wnmark. Gerpresent adventure. t arv many and Bclgin • %  Soon they arc After lecturing during . going to France HOB where they holiday in the past year, tney PO""* four limes for taking dims—three "We would like lo see Egypt. and th.* splendid beaches i laraoM Bay i Silver S.IIKIThe ,. xt melropolllan and territorial, governmental and private, are noteworthj the eight million dollars — L.E-S. H w ^ tne Planning and I RM AND GARDEN Jellies, jams, oils and fluids generally must be in good clean, Housing Commission in Trinidad d.sapproval of the Judges' defrom 1!44 to 1949; one and thres ; rtar million granted by tbo which have i '' Government for housltnt ,„o. rangemenu mode lor tar fd :;,,.,,„„„,,,,.,, „„„, „, J,„„a,c; K m., ilulv of judnlnn. of whlcl %  % %  % %  %  •• %  inilluin dollars US. spenl hlbltor. arc otlcii lxnor.ni'. I llio United Slate. Governmentin Purrto Rico, apart from I %  M lh.it Un M tHUBU"" %  I 2 '.P .' : '" •! <"" h -' 1'iahtcen million by th.ties and weightas m"' the Prize List arc acceded to. whether animals" or g) from page It. secure a prize, but rather Un which meet tommerclal requnclear boll i ments. Exhibits or this iature. of good water and general comfort. Bird 8. Such exhibits as starch* quality but bind; shown, might should bo placed in com' meals, flours, etc., .should be put easily be overlook ML coops, so made that the Judge in decent receptacles (irays ol R _^ .. „.,,„,, rc*dily see the exhibit. shallow tins are satisfactory. | 0> ,„,? !.'l ,' ,nZ l"i ^ U "* USOlM5 ,0 end M •"" UUrt ' Wl " ***> b "' |UO "' ****** CJove'rnmeni';" .... plaetl of cloth), to show up the „ %  „ 'lA n habits specimens of freaks, by careful observation and. learn i\ ar appreciation by the Governliclc at its best. ine mar ua HP KCTOW in. wheJier animals or vegetable*, why certain exhibits have found merits of France and Holland of 9. All live M t the problem in their Cartbba i teniti'iie if you want to start in aootl time rely upon a Snvh Alarm clock to remind you right on time' This handsome alarm. NFW DAWN, goes lor 30 hours at one winding. In cream, hlueor gieen lavcswith plated finings, %  t has a 4-inch dial with full luminous numerals. 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SUNDAY, MivrUBER 2J. 111 slMIVY \nvoi VII ru.i i ii TII N YEASHITJ \ The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, Gathering winter tu-u el u juduu Emrais MTVR^ SO"""""" T>JV> If you ire tuffrnnc (rom %  < olJ, CWII llc^Uhr.-r Smrhin %  < B M taking YE As I v ll | T.baruAl o\. i aasfjoptd H the d stakes 10 you VoiuP i %  %  %  Kt mUvh bStON RELIEVES TOUR MIN %  nd MAKf NER£ PAINS }"--'•, COIDS. CHILLS ]' % %  %  jnd PI* * MUUMTIC \W!& PUNS > 1 %  '' 4U"*Ilia, and i I toner, tool WHEN BUYING CUTLERY Insist on Stnrkwi hi/ till # rfli/illf/ \/##f'\ J. W. Potter & Co. Ltd.-Agents 7Y.e Defence Of The Child YEAST-VITE B. nMr MVB i i Fi-livipal of New ham coll** C.mbr.u." ., -i i-, CUfU. CWilrultk* itl f'hl)dr>t Acl .. %  < nipped pla\-!oti.* The The thara Is tha < tattoo ol ihs THE Chiildren Acl of 1948 h ul l ' -. who already two governing motives — one ihe have their own pre fesslonal a*sodaairatorUI .m administrative gap, elation and nect in conference %  •> the other a strong emotional detereiscusi their problem*. These apmlnation on the part of the publi • POllttmeBU are a good exarupn. i i that certain ugly thinks that h.id ""' well-known BdJlUrdatratlvS happened ahould not happen agan. I" m,| ll" 7' %  want %  ihing The llrst and more pedestrian of li '" 1 mebodjr'a job to Of %  \M not he despised. Th-;o ,l '• ,1C Act r *QUin was a Jungle of .... *] Authority to ippoinl %  uthntitU-5 and duties to be clcji. OmVcr who* It is dim.ult to Uef.Ultiu in .1 OUtir 11 is to be itexecutive in mi Idle; and than an ur.-uin-P cr or "'"v their IUDCOOI •uiur, In which %  loaf ill.' III.IV •'"" Al <;""' wlM iecomea a focui affect I child's welfare more than !" •' ll < %  M chUd cam in -n unkind action. But that side of hcr arm 'an(l %  I,,lk w,tn ,nc va "the working of the Act—the in voluntary societies ..nd priv^'e crease of efficiency — Is for th* P*"ns willing to lend a hand. administrator to judge rather than Tht < ,rr < "I Iran I'ommitl.'C the man in the -tierl. What the '' l94S--fi. over which 1 waa prKgenerul public wants to know is "' ,| how far the second purpose hi.* '" "•''' %  * opeari appoUiiad, and been achieved, how fur the child hava 'hearty %  ten much that is whose home has failed him is encouraging in them and Uatli better protected than before •* Then existence is .till n.n %  ngalnst drearin. ;l known everywhere* as U III Mtaaa should lx\ The paOQM In Men Local A.I I... It ia as well to remember that thai UstJ hava .. Chlldrea'l Officer, the Art was not designed to and that anyone h. feels unprevent the home from breaking aaauMM aboul a child or wants uown — if indeed any legislation to help a child >h it Id go to hcr. could address itself to thai end She may aomaUmaa hava no atapi. It was intended to improve the tory rlahl to take direct action, treatment of children whose hut .he can art Into touch with homes had already failed them, ihe various anemic* throuKh They do fall, unfortunately, in which somcthini: may i* done. Dritaln as in other countries, it will not have g ne unnoticed that a number of the cruelty cases which >>. shock the public conscience are cases of cruelty by Another ihin. the Act has don* is to provide Tor the training of taff, both Ihe houc mothers" iltint dlrectlx with the chddi parents to their own children, and the vUitois who inspect the There may also be neglect, or foster homes. This is a provision desertion, or the incapacity of which Is suspect to some people parents to maintain the home: and particularly the warm-hearted it Is after one of these causes baa voluntary worker who tiunks th >t made it Impossible for the child piofeaslonal training will to be brought up at home that Oovi amont ooVJaia" i nthwlng on the Act takes charge of him. It detailed regulations gi is already apparent, however, thnl sandaids. That danger must of as a sort of n-product It ha pr-.guarded .use; Ixi vlded a basis on which some much' emphasis ontl greater protection of the child who practical txpoi '.tld IDOil Is in his own home can !• built up. the -cheme. But un the other hand It Is surely commo: For the "deprived" child the lieve that '.irts witn Act has done some vitally Impora leadiness to look after unfoiportant things. It has, 1 think, tunate children will i>e a mo-e i hanged the whole atmosphere of \aluable visitor or housc-moth"r Ixxal Authority action—and It is If she understands the conditions the Local Authorities whom the which (nought them to this pass. Act makes ultimately responsible knows what can be done for them for receiving the child 'into cue by public authority or by VolunThere are no "Poor Law" children tary agencies, has had some hints now, as distinct from children on how to notice when a child thought by the courts to need caro is unhappy or unwell, and Is or protection. They are all one equipped to judge whether the Kn*ip ot children, with whom the conditions in which he la living local Child %  < n.itt.e ha' %  > are healthy for his body and deal in such a way as to "further spirit, their best InteiesU." There has been a new impulse towards proThai Is what the Qtui \idlng for these children ai commochild-care set up by the Home datlon that would be good enough Office aim at teaching the students. &£2SFcffiAKcSiSSE• *wh " — have opened with pride and cerevarious groups of students In trainmony their new residential nurs|ng I can testify ih.it tht %  tries and Childri Homes—not it .. with the utmost enthusiasm. It no many, certainly, as would have „ done so but for building restrlc no1 unimportant lewiU Ol tlons—but even as it Is these • Act that child-care has become establishments are opening In town one of the pro!. %  flat town. With then bright gailythat attract the educated young TinconUnua ion Into tha home, an I the visit* li a) thest i 0 kers should t..t I .is I . %  itatainanl lo Ofhce report that the effect is already appa cut I mil k ana might say that so far as legislative and adminlsirativo .oijiigenienU can securr ihe %  t children in U %  Mat UP. where IWIowadi of i I -.11 %  !: I.il'lil' iii! am i" t wail .11 • of steady hnpiovemanL Thara li much to be dolM, but the will and the mean-. .ne thara to da it as soon as the handicap of restrictions on building nd materials is removed. The I of home—the private fcater^homa—is not o easily reflated by statute and committee. In Itl vary nature it is an Independent unit with Its own charBCtar. if well chosen it is very loodt tad brings happiness and %  pportunity to tha child is always the risk that it may b* ill-chosen or, like the natural home III.IV i real dow n of Child/an Conunlttaa Miti of tha two type of %  ubctttuta hoi at ur judgment is that than prababb graab hih %  f acute onhappiness In n foster hi but thai a happy foster borne is happier than life as genirallv lived in a large community." The Committee did not advirc pla Inn for safety, but mencad the raanar home wltn propa.' safeguards In al suitable taaaa, The An makes it the duty al Aiithont> to board lid whenever possible, and the Home Office i eport that experience has eonhrmcj the view that this Is Uio of providing for a large > umber of the children \ a,, children by this system have %  aao placed In homes where they are flourishing members of famiii'S On tie other hand, from time to lime the public is shocked of .. rliil.l inl-used by a tosfan ml an i :..• ..itc: .di havt answer I thmK is that vve have accomplished a i as In the iiie choka of foatar more irafully maae. Instructad paophi A watch is kept upon tin • Wet, which an add ^ i Hut one must not shirk facts. Thl human wn kedncv. or madmss .'. natural paioni i i iita, that can•ivnccfi nor complete^ provided agalnat This, as some' the chin'; In tha armour. The part of the •if the ctllfdl %  '..m th.it nn i.. Or laxity on then pan contribute*. M stnall a degree, to the i hlld victim. Tory Colonial Coinmiltee lXJNl>ON. appointments have n made for the Conservative Party's Affairs Cotnrn.' regional lub-commltteM daaling it and coinmonweil'h affairs. C.l. A. D. Dodds-Parker that k tad Chalnuaa A ream* I IMS, ;ie r man from IMT-M or the British Fmpne Produosra* Oraaala %  aUOffJ 'tid of the Joint-East niv.l Central African Board. During tha I Africa. Mr who I eat In African affairs, C. J. M. Alport. formerly ry of tha unpi bean appointed tg i tin A 0 iv the fact thai hi' new appointi... tha iiist limo o-ordlnatlnf the worh of Bra-East and West Atuc.-i Commltb 111 an e. iv.. IBM, and It nal MP. sum(MO ind rasearch secretary of the i Union, anjoint sei-rcIha [mpai lal Coenrnlttee, Chairmao of the Pi I i M WaHai Ptatehei in MJ travelled and is an authority on 1 % %  j Ra-appOintad Chairman of thm • Afi i Bub-con aiittaa V. H K. M 1' dnce IBU, !(. %  i .. larrfstet. member i>f the '.' 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[\U.F SIXTEEN SINTlW \DVlKATE SUNDAY. NOVEMBER M, 1*51 ITS ABOUT AS ROMAN AS BUBBLE GUM Crime Professor Gels Arrested But Peter Ustinov is superb in Quo Vodis by R. M. MacCOLL I* i i bg NM Ustinov —the only success of the whole picture) whip* off a few hut i' hir Buclny Ba*r (t'rsu*), who Is ;• :rthei u( the fortnti world hMvy-wdfllt champ M a giant vno i" T\ attached to Debby (as who wouldn't be'). In the smaahed climax these out they make Battl .soldiers have got Debby roped to a Roman general a 'small boy ruMi through the streets while Hi conflagrate* < • here. son he advises Mm IWbby start* to leave the ro IK | hoat .... n.B Robert. And (ml liefoir the final lade11 b BOJ You muit hoftaW Britain > PCTtf VRTINOV SM\. YORK Thursday. .-. au^ion dollars: oh. what QUO Vadw,' the Miperfantasticesl, must I %  16 right, thai works out at 2.000.000 dollar^ an hour. They %  V gi'-en Uit monev to Ifec Marahal RUB Rom now .bout th. atory 3, V ,U " nrt i ..uiifui Christian bve girl '"" (our Debli\ Ken, wins over PotCri Taylor playing Marcus vim iu>, to see thai error . %  '-it Rome. By R M MacCOLL NEW YORK. Sunday Tn;rt. right year old Dr. Notllar *a known as iressed professor ot th campus' -i the University of branch in Santa Barbara. :' -or of sociology, he ran crime detection which i-v. a ii.. crowd of students. NLV, the crime profeaaor hai *on nrn-sted on charges of having urgU-d many a horn' urburb of Montecity. Eml)ai idssing to others betid?! v.e professor himself — because. not long .uce. natty Net ler a • %  lected J fellow of the Division Of Personality and Social Psychology of the American Psychological Association Call NOW you can dial the telephone coast to coast, or about 3.000 miles No 11 iut wouldn t do In suite The mayor of fngiewood. New of all sorts of British accents Jersey, started the dials spinning •hat Felix Aylmer over wheni he chattedI with the; mayor folks, and breaks IU little ole I think, though, that UM I %  U IWitu? S^^""^? 1 !" ?''^ E Mch kcuunch-jun Ilk,H M to Pete, Ustinov. n( i Finlay Curne playing Peter" wconda elapsed fr That got em. He winds up butchering himself nd Nornian WooUand YOB, in spate of all the money to make a Roman half-holiday, And Leo Genn. giving hln\*lf ti v tin,, 12 yoar* In ihe works] bul baton thiii ara had .fusion mid the efTon (sue man travelhealed t<> i tint of inspired hp ne nl all this you come away led 35.000 mile collecting; the mugging. feeling you've been watering %  rfkug animals, including two Sometime, he threatened to bathing beauty parade in „ dmgheetal despite the raM of overdo il a bit. and I felt • store. :take in the Colosseum, iee and the so-and-so's mm Oronilla 1M a wild bull. Oh bar. M Boddjnj right bl t*er* to kept Keep her from harm. BOUdal Whltem Bull dels Hi* i#r|ng" Buddy mut have belonged tn n rodeo ft some point. Me ierira\ ROIMRT TAYLOR In Matty, and the children al club-car tufl, and I xpecting a basketball to break out or Paul clippie. (She was called Poppaea. m to start playing "wnfcv and any moment 1 thought Nei at the Off) would call her Poppy Instead. Otft Me Air moment the New Jersey mayoral linger wa inserted m the first slot to the in time the Califomian voice answerspite of wmr lovelv "e watching a tuffUvn from the thing is about a the Crazy Ganst. or maybe a n atmosphere as a pack fifth Marx Brother. But on the r %  R um. whole he was superb. A No Whileman Not so Rrita Sumc of the lines are unbewho w k about Memory MRS. AMKL1A PRI1PPF.R. "I Die Bronx, has this motto fot | Bfl II Ki. | people. I Rome is burned down while! Ifeeahle. Roistering Robert ,,l. : <,I Ml (...III ." I Mill ll .. > I pr< ei.t wo* Ml lliitio:,!!. it*. is'lfr-rt Mi. I B tiM Island Con i rbank. comml iton> Rang" rt :;. liutbm. i i un i M nei r-.. Campel ihM rtoo ami MrA W fcon D D Hacketl %  lha Hall) wall ers being the wishing well. j.u ting on the pig's tail and the ndvi i Using competition The highlight of ;:ie evening was the Barn Dance stared by the Rangers and their mend*. TW Rangers would like to thank the boys who gave up thoir time la learn the Dunce and rvervom••ho hi'ipe-ii In gay araj to nakf Ihe dance lueta %  *• %  'Hie pfo c oodi nl tindanea I 111 %  %  the Hrst .nntnbiiiioii In Utn ...II at Pax Hill. Soldiers woHbrd among the poor of Alabama, then among the Indian -Of the wet. She wai PII activr nurse until she was B$, Hit gh In lest memory: Meeting Pier;lDOOt Lincoln. Mnrela" Oh. ws — Amello was 103 yesterday. ROME Nov. 23. divisions, all ready for combat by Atlantic Pact leaders have The end of 1952. There will be abated all plans to get a sinapproximate!* *U Amort .. %  .. Otrn u -i.ti.-i i Sank tot [ tg rrenrt • %  W I I Eisenhower Western Defence threeTTal an and five olh, tSZZ ba*tr.MS at the earliest .The chief problm. .n form mg authoritative aourvOl -aid Friday UlO JlvWom that of getting and the new doadUna ei M* llUtaatl of 1952 may itself bO optimistic. The disclosure was mathon tag iva ol tinmcating ban %  •' political and militaiy V the Atlantic Pact countries. U.S. Setielary f Siau D.;... \>iieson au.vifl fi Part rrt1^ i: rauu iij rmtn east i Kkag itid nonI —I'.P Flying DiarC %  M I I.a titling AMSTERDAM \ rT*year-oid itriiisi. I'n r ifn • tvtti .. %  tonlahod all itymg Dutchmen b> IUVI-I osnacgoajt] igaagoai on %  Dutch dyke, on hia aras from Klncke to the Hague, and hjrvtnl to make this landing, In* broughl %  town his Auster on to in OXIrOmOty narrow dyke — causing no damage at all. An ofticiul rroBl the airport ut the Hague t.w.k the filer buck there. .lay lor 1 U O. j £T -rcolvad b) g JUv Ctoylrmanal Uk i(f K Idi-ge '"*"mull I The Oernwn situation. Burn"• %  / heard ' f •""' *at> a .,, : .,ii the iftH -lap, !>!;• %  tt"howling ol boajtl dowa mUlUri production I I 1* k '" %  diadulc in the I Butt* lh< .o %  of ii piienoin ein.ii WAGE CLAIMS I, %  nhoam plan ADFLAINK will be pUi-ed vbefoie the I? |,,, | ,. Atlantii Part Foratgn Minlstei f,,.,,, ,..,„• )(( Adalakli %  Bg) IMfancg laadai They want II guineas | r Tiie Eisenhower plan whuji the hulldtya, %  minimum waojeof £2: Supreme Allied Commander hima week and attendant. ..•If will present to Foreign Min44'. n day Hours reductta from Wart Momtav oatta rot concentra8 a.m. to f> pm. to 8 n m t< :ion dn the croaUon of 28 to 30.t p m la gfio Bought ONE of ihe more polnl of roaanl years — anu it I lue cuuntiy — is to atiacn a Confedera.e (the South in the Civl. If/ai) batiie flag to your motorc*J i MHO aerial. 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PRICE: SIX (TNTK Vvshinskv Still Sa> s • • • '•No" To Western Disarmament Plan PARIS N to the West's HVW Disarmament P I Bril %  AM-': iCIUI F M-I: n Mil I %  %  tl] UM Half %  Oil tinBill: . . •on who had sal %  %  %  indafiona in m mui-r i %  %  %  %  IMOMISI n\iii %  Pact CounU.N. Should Sta> In Korea After Armistice Two-h'nt-t-il Janus I 'i. • :• %  %  increases In onus and 1 Aiheson WM H "new two faced Janus" Ud IT talked peace he continued to rearm. this mm V\-l b 1| tile [ cad visage sever h i interests of peace taring Vyshimkv said UM new Middle Eastern lJefenee Command proposed by Britain I key "is devised lo • % %  Western military • wants to saddle the Middle Ea-t v.-ith their troops. The pi new and expanding m Ufa in the Middle East disregarding the will f the peoples in the urea." • | CommanflV 1 ha ..id, "will IneTiUblj lead lo the : the MidEast by the Western powers." He said the whole enterprise had "an aggressive character "whereas the Soviet Union" %  in I tombs and a LH-I):MI of rmnn;< %  Amendmenta Vyshinsky ended with an appeal to the Weal lo cut out irrelevant i %  tided %  mi the Immediate prohibition %  bat he was putting i... tba Wast*! proposal, he i details and they oeaaa of being M, tron the He quoted Stalin as saying that DOW .sithuut going bankrupt been proved. f.P. 8T11 ARMY II Q K %  Mben Itarkelev ft %  I Barkele; I I ess < onferenee dunng bis viaai ban on ids 74th tght %  | %  honourahh t agree%  In Korea but throughout rid He said when there Is u %  eHlaini which will ttar f reitttp* in Korea. There is in ohhgation on the UN that '. %  %  rvpatltton of what hapiH>ned in June 1050. The North i mnmunists started the %  Jang South 75th 1950." i — r.r. U.K. Protest Against Egyptian Lawlessness N. A. T. O. Talks Open In Koine %  %  ROMS* \ %  % %  Atlmiin !,i I I the It lUan %  I lad i rail n %  %  Meats Wi r.r CHARLES ANTHONY HcKBSfCK WM erown•d'SIbaaos %  Beoslest Cornpuuon held at tan Hastings stocks yesUrdsy %  Iternoee. r at tae annual Oow and (l*u • Story on pope 7. Portion Of Ceasefire Line Decided !< %  Vnd Snow Iiuiu|H*r Activity On Korean Front HTII AllMY H.Q.. NOV. M. The enemy oooUnuod its heavy ressure on Untied Natmi. i Yuinhi'ii, according lo. Eighth Army Communique. C0V-, Hug the period <>( mid-night i >| loon to-day. ll also said thai two idvancc positions weri :galned southwest of Kum>ong, and that several gngagaimnli wftn ierr> battalions wen limit ;.. • %  %  i it the Allied I re mlla front west ol Vonchon, Friday, on the signal o( bugle %  %  % %  vhjjtla blasts, The initial Impai I from •' kill and forced tham back 300 | ever. and counter-attacked .it 4 .HI a.m. The attack made grass duniK the night. At dawn. Etowever, the Allies jumped off i reached lbs irorfca only 40 yards ( i real before enemy Sis pfBSM t thein down attach in battalion strength, went sinilhwest of the contested height, crumpled against Allied barbel woe. rain : generally free/.ing teniparaturae and hamper the 135 mile ground iront Temperatures dropped i, II in the Punchbnv.1 Vail. > nd the trees were laden wlili I I' Mossadegh Wan Is Immediate Elections TEHERAN 4* < mounting drrteatie difficulties wants imn Majlis (Lower House) ha until December lit .... %  and tha United States that his Government was edto h ild alaetloru without 11:^ %  man said to-day. To-morrow he will %  re critical .. i new P is mission and future prograi .1 l'..rh.. MUNSAN Korea Nl 11 Saturday for the at tha K< lean %  %  la I :ireet the 14S • re line. : i • the United ... : % % %  tha Una of battlconThey meet for i tim,. in Parununli Tha offleiHl U.K. Command c omm unique said only ":i f Shsy on approximately the line It di i not still in dispute. %  • %  .laff officers could finish mapping thceasefire Una on Baturd I' Cot Howard Levi#. U.N. 1 spokesman, hstd expressed the hope that If the buffer zone section were j-dopted %  paadnr, delegate* roulr move on %  dJataty tn the next item on the supervision of th| arm Final Approval l apnroval' of the elatise cannot conv before \ .. inder the terms' • srorkSd 'iut by %  agreed upon beconn 1 demarcation line If an armistice [ %  signed within D %  if] ofneerworked ovrv tho ea et am hall of the battle Una during their riormng session and Ironed out some ioints of disagreement, but o'.lWrs oed un.'-ettled. U.N. Allies m %  ed one East Korean hill. .. said. Tha Eighth Army Hea'.r.uarters telephoned the US laittallon holding the hil' and rei-orted back that tha man were highly t-"'1ad when thay %  SJ some doubt as lo litiQ ottfled It —(CJ.) W out Be 1 j.iuir For Christ uius LONDON, Nov. 24. Ronald John the Judge not In send hun lo jail down bacause, "I hn\ I then". The %  antance %  -U.P. i\| Pioneer Industrie* May Get income Tax Relief In B.G Onm out o*a GesiassaaaaaU OBOBOaTTOWN, No %  I Timidad l OIIIIIKKC Chamber, the Q eog g atof rnent |0 n;,ige tt| SI oUons to J grant income tax reUM i K : %  established pioneer inn Guiana <>i bom |aa %  ucli industxi* The Ot-orgetowii Chamber passed .< resolution .-iffr con letter Irom the 1 I Chamber asking support. Th Resolution on the lines of Trinidad is being sent to the B'i lent with a request that it be forwarded to the U.K. OeearnSMnl at the earliest possible time. lu Soviet Fighters Vtta<*ked Missing I ,N. Weather IMane UqGWA\ TELL& /.A. MBII I Ridgwaj told the I t:...t two B lOn than %  %  IBS with ten niert aboard R %  %  1 %  %  %  las ion for the U.N mand. The ni I appro %  %  : I %  %  can only I : n %  %  B %  rrthoul Justice. Alt Mstyed oomPiaJm t Hint etc.\\ planned n %  .. tea iTigged" in Azcrlwijan pi'ivin>. parti of the counbrj %  %  I| 11 better tave %  um ilgnad 'the Embaaey tet-ls obliged I : the good name ol the R tores) I '' ,|1 " velations ware d when Ue of the Egyptian lYuLMaM Is (Government Overtaxing (Canadians? Prim •ess HelurtiBCUB From Rsvia UJNDON, ,. PrlDi > Mil. %  Prince** who atb Charltj lx.ll u% i'an s on Wed day night arrived in a dnvm rtitni and paurtna rain, I "a i four tlaioa wele lit to show up tn ief ore liei ;il.ini' I.mile %  leklng u **ell |o P Saturday In two of S> f rnartaat night > pj.i '. all lions 1a>' July, UM pounds %  %  •ii the r B \. I II k) i %  %  v. .. t the problem feeing ,i %  %  two nwthoda open road m HIT favoui % %  i '< %  oneav i-..I and %  ti b || M expariaiantal with %  view the '^1.it mat blm i > lsl suiti i will be %  'he require*) m %  with full SM1*W*W V -., MOSCOW. Nov. 21 "*OBUM A-drd Si(r ,,. i j,,.,,.,... %  th* %  -tabllshment of .. f e-irilainllU! Bit] rlemenl neh ai Columblte (inwinkt) Protests Mid-East (]oimnund it eommand. The notes were undeistocd t" roHerata the Soviet charges concuarnc' made in i' Midvh latai (Egypt, Iraq and I i hey were ,ceiv, today by British Ambassador Sir |d „ .nl French An :.i.OTTAWA %  %  %  % %  Usher, The in. rente brought %  no •urpiui i inw unnaosaasn "11 fbei partii ul niv eonspj i I '..* imposed on the IMI • t will \ew nr.' t.. the I.IKI lug thiipeiech debate. Carson leport FOt the cniiptfuller of theTraasi Oci bar asai id %  sea dltui e by >91.500.000 I'tie statement showed that i.nn. gpanditurea in " I 'I %  .-en m..' % %  I'he ( ippositioii U %  pertleularl) critii B] %  IKI 1 anew that iiunent start cutting in.iyments. gapanalUtrai i>> lav Data) 1 Departmt nl intountad t.. |ios,700,000 111 Octolier and $5o9,0iHi.000 f.., the first w mrmtliN at 1! year This compa with Sl.SIf — t'.r. The Ui< radaui Pi itii d.OI lame. I ntauraiil tflarri widow." Th< i ,.f Kent 1 ..ip nf bins bit %  %  hue. First she stopped at ". Mi 1 %  iparnasaa |an ehib Jlnuny 1 *, lUyrd there long en.ni.th in hive I drink Ihen headed <.ff f< MoO%  Ight Huh In the Montmartre section. A photographer wbl %  hand ol ., S*-oti.in,1 ', thrust arms* the Lens of his %  Two Bi %  lives stro int., th. from ,1 French MWipapei phot graphar, busuad I 1 partj —r.r. a r.r F-UROPF.AN ARMY MEANS END OF FRENCH ARMY .id,o t Yves ChaUi GUIDES MINIS f 11 Ml) M XN HrlllNIi THE MAKE-UP • • '' 1)1 O V Mils | Ol % %  Null s p. I [while and fui" % %  "— VP. %  Move Air Support For Korea Asked Virgin Antarctic Areas Will Be Claimed For U.S. i GEORGIA Hi %  %  dural ra%  %  %  pfpted b> \ .. Bhl %  iition. The Admiral "'ho hri stai tour expeditions to th-1 H definite | %  He UKW silver, copper and uranium. AuByrd said he would make the trip when world len-i %  %  %  %  United States. _r.r. NANCY, IVance, Nov. M lie Cuulli proposexl Europe.,!. Army %  the frani <• army or the !> %  t:.*i >f the German army. The poke befoie hi raUJ of the Ficn.h Peoides "EKhef tae lusopean Hie and ol the French nd the reeon Inictlon '' the Genn.oi iiitnv i kind of guarantee. It w.tulii tw the instrument wlwnby France atone would give uo her army and give it to an Anvnt Ia loUil approprUtl I.OOO.OOfl for the He*, i %  MANGANESE FROM R.G. i i <>WN. ii G. Hoe, 2 Definite vabM ol manganeai .1 d.pth of 100 • -.I. the Niu'i West Oistru t of I. the Bartnts Gold Minim: Connanj icanndni Limited. is u large tonnage o athcr low grade oie hut expennaj ll indicate that It Ipossible o make a high grade pi IS percent to bnvcotl ill British goods. nitl banks. %  UOt te %  111 • %  • ^..iil that EK I I and importfrom other cOUnMse, Pr*-", not to tor BrttUh •ad Mv.oiwi tiring %  i. Last nil un attempt was made it hit .i British military police %  ehiele There t for the niuht. Warning Given %  'lender, Pasha and lnl id Si-rag El Din died that N Novemrxr 17—the ds>' the pitched battle star-. cease ggyi i.in civi;... will The same day the noa said Seras El Din Paana in U .. inform Uenafel Bti Oaorgc Ersklne that re Aould use all to jit an and to % %  • ,-. i,.i the Canal ESBM nlia IIUMlenU of Baturd. ind Sunday (oilowed scnenhj so cannot Ml a coni the latter" The note then gave the British ran ion ol UM in EoV nti aooording rajeased hy ti:. Oflca. A Biillab patrol on Satght found. ;i policeman I in Ismallia. When the .. %  'started t" run In panic for the I htm, some #0 gsgyptlan police ran .r the station "and began Wnli.lr.ivv.il rite Brtti patrol ^huhhadrwt hot was lu Ore in elf defence. BpondLtc firing l,v Kgvpti.m policethen broke out ,-ts of the town and for die in-xt two hours they conUauad to shoot wildly In all i r The ADVOCATE" pays for NEWS Dial 3113 Dny or Night. I'npMliirlv knowi TMr LABSL WITH TIIK KKY BURNT TO DEATH TOKYO. Nov. 24 burnt to death and 150 buildings destroyed today in a fir.' through the town of K.tsoora, 25 miles east of Tokyo.—C.FWAS I I ,imcd on SaturK to grab air •un%  %  [moUshed area toade rescue %  TODAY'S WEATHER CHART Hanrtae : S.SS a.m. Sun*M 5.3 a.m. Moon : 1.4.1 Quarter, Novrmber 21 I.Uhlmi : SM p.m. Utah Tide 12 SS a.m.. 12,55 P*. la.* TISe pan ii.51 a.m., 7.17 Indian Jew* Donl Like ItirrshilH, %  .. i irthj Indian Jews bOSSaeS SPSS decided Saturday to glvi Land an the i a cboco. | %  i %  %  sheba in pefSPsaant stone buildnigj. Ihi here two raai i dlacri%  i erred 'hem ta i as flowing with milk and honey. They complain .-dual tiea'menl %  di %  lion with the way they are I treated here is strong resentment at having been sent to the desolate portion of Israel's southern desert. Mushrooming Beersheba [with its 10,000 population is th^;... Following a da •.' i %  ... .(. %  ,•. n ding Ul Tel Aviv, the %  to SJQ DOOM %  am would be given I i-lining iv. o monU SJ .. period, -vid he : %  % %  : i P. K. W. V. pruvidi-. IMIII. lli.K<->' .ind Iht Spiril lor rani cTii'.vnicnl in Iho umiini! f.~.ci\.M..1UH1 wm, X: UM • 'H"'i Ua uibic o( K.W.V. Thiiuuhls Lit Xmm will help the connoineur ol "tha trull "I lh V*9*' s,oc lhl "Old Chest" wilh the bol In Wines. Sherries %  nd Brandii's uhLimable 18 Dead, 70 Injured In Explosion bat tan I month long tour IF. Ll oV % %  'i injured Tl P %  Malmo 20 IT. i h mine %  re in the Ordnance Plant. Autl ol other ofibes are invesugating the p<.s^Police '.'. of sabotage. biggest peace-time eat.. irk Thev u Catastrophe any of th. by saboCajrualtj igu.^i we.e %  instantly 'rhanguig as new reports came ID M durlniT the Germ. HI occupeTha eaplosior. occurred at S.51 Uon.— V-T. t US it H f.Vf.'S Cape Dry Red (ftlMlodtod) Cape Dry Red tl.inht-Bodied) Caberret Sauvignon Cape Medium -Swi W ( Wemmershoek) • S/f I /ihl i\<. U7VatVS Spi: klitii; Tl Sparkling Roodi'le StBBasaUBS J.inker C'apero Oil) Oloroso Old B Pale Drj • SWK.KT WINKS i ,lmii Communion Wine Tawnj • AROMATIC WINKS paarltts Cocktail Sweet V. • r mouth Dry Vermouth Van der Hum Liqueur and Superior BtSBasJlM Tariff, K.W.V. is able to brinf vou wines at d i | be naued for its excellence ol will tell you; — The Drink of Life — K. W. V. — The Ouly anil Tinll.-i —


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Vvshinskv Still Sa> s

'No" To Western
Disarmament Plan
PARIS N
to the West's hvw Disarmament P I
Bril Am-': iCIUI F m-i: n Mil
I

tl] Um Half
. Oil tin- Bill:
. .
on who had sal


indafiona in m mui-r
i


.

IMOMISI n\iii

'


Pact Coun-
U.N. Should
Sta> In Korea
After Armistice
Two-h'nt-t-il Janus
I
'i. :.

increases In onus and
1 Aiheson wm h "new
two faced Janus" Ud
It talked peace he continued to
rearm.
this mm V\-l b
1| tile [
cad visage
sever h i
interests of peace taring
Vyshimkv said Um new Middle
Eastern lJefenee Command pro-
posed by Britain I
key "is devised lo

Western military
wants to saddle the Middle Ea-t
v.-ith their troops. The pi
new and expanding m Ufa
in the Middle East disregarding
the will f the peoples in the
urea."
| CommanflV1 ha
..id, "will IneTiUblj lead lo the
: the Mid-
East by the Western powers."
He said the whole enterprise
had "an aggressive character
"whereas the Soviet Union"

in I tombs
and a lh-i):mi of
rmnn;<
Amendmenta
Vyshinsky ended with an appeal
to the Weal lo cut out irrelevant
i
tided

mi the
Immediate prohibition

bat he was
putting i...
tba Wast*! proposal, he
i details and they
oeaaa of being
M, tron the
He quoted Stalin as saying that
DOW
' .sithuut going bank-
rupt .
been proved. f.P.
8T11 ARMY II Q K

Mben Itarkelev
ft

I
Barkele; I I ess < onferenee
dunng bis viaai ban on ids 74th
tght
|

honourahh t agree-

In Korea but throughout
rid He said
when there Is u eHlaini
which will
ttar f re-
itttp* in Korea. There is
in ohhgation on the UN that
'.
rvpatltton of what hap-
iH>ned in June 1050. The North
i mnmunists started the
Jang South
75th 1950."
i r.r.
U.K. Protest Against
Egyptian Lawlessness
N. A. T. O.
Talks Open
In Koine
'
ROMS* \
Atlmiin
!,i

I
I
the It lUan

I
lad i rail
. n

Meats
Wi r.r

CHARLES ANTHONY HcKBSfCK wm erownd'SIbaaos Beoslest
Cornpuuon held at tan Hastings stocks yesUrdsy Iternoee.
r
at tae annual Oow and (l*u
Story on pope 7.
Portion Of
Ceasefire
Line Decided
!< Vnd Snow
Iiuiu|H*r Activity
On Korean Front
HTII AllMY H.Q.. NOV. M.
The enemy oooUnuod its heavy
ressure on Untied Natmi.
i Yuinhi'ii, according lo.
Eighth Army Communique. C0V-,
Hug the period <>( mid-night i >|
loon to-day. ll also said thai two
idvancc positions weri
:galned southwest of Kum>ong,
and that several gngagaimnli wftn
ierr> battalions wen
limit
, ;.. ,
i it the Allied I
re mlla front west ol Vonchon,
Friday, on the signal o( bugle "
vhjjtla blasts, The initial Impai I
from '
kill and forced tham
back 300
| .
ever. and counter-attacked .it 4 .HI
a.m. The attack made
grass duniK the night. At dawn.
Etowever, the Allies jumped off
i reached lbs
irorfca only 40 yards ( i
real before enemy Sis pfBSM t
thein down
attach in
battalion strength, went sinilhwest
of the contested height, crumpled
against Allied barbel woe. rain
: generally free/.ing teni-
paraturae and hamper
the 135 mile ground iront
Temperatures dropped
i, II in the Punchbnv.1 Vail. >
nd the trees were laden wlili
I I'
Mossadegh Wan Is
Immediate Elections
TEHERAN 4* <
mounting d-
rrteatie difficulties wants imn
Majlis (Lower House) ha
until December lit
....
and tha United States that his Government was
edto h ild alaetloru without 11:- ^
man said to-day.
To-morrow he will re critical
.. i new P
is mission and future prograi
.1 l'..rh..
MUNSAN Korea Nl 11
Saturday for the
at tha k< lean

la I :iree-
t the 14S
re line.
: i

the United
... : '
tha Una of battl- con-
They meet for
i tim,. in Parununli
Tha offleiHl U.K. Command
communique said only ":if Shsy
on approximately
the line It di i not
still in dispute.

.laff officers could finish
mapping th- ceasefire Una on
Baturd
I' Cot Howard Levi#. U.N.
1 spokesman, hstd ex-
pressed the hope that If the
buffer zone section were j-dopted
paadnr, delegate* roulr move on
dJataty tn the next item on
the supervision of
th| arm '
Final Approval
l apnroval'
of the elatise cannot conv before \
.. inder the terms'
srorkSd 'iut by

agreed upon beconn
1 demarcation line If an
armistice [ signed within D
if] ofneer- worked '
ovrv tho eaetam hall of the
battle Una during their riormng
session and Ironed out some
ioints of disagreement, but o'.lWrs
oed un.'-ettled.
U.N. Allies m
ed one East Korean hill.
.. said. Tha Eighth Army
Hea'.r.uarters telephoned the US
laittallon holding the hil' and re-
i-orted back that tha man were
highly t-"'1ad when thay
SJ some doubt as
lo litiQ ottfled It (CJ.)
W out Be 1 j.iuir
For Christ uius
LONDON, Nov. 24.
Ronald John
the Judge not In send hun
lo jail '
down bacause,
"I hn\
I
then". The antance
- -U.P.
i\|

Pioneer Industrie*
May Get income
Tax Relief In B.G
Onm out o*a GesiassaaaaaU
OBOBOaTTOWN, No
I
Timidad l oiiiiikkc Chamber, the
Qeoggatof
rnent |0 n;,ige tt| SI
oUons to J
grant income tax reUM
i K :
established pioneer inn .
Guiana <>i bom |aa
ucli industxi*
The Ot-orgetowii Chamber pass-
ed .< resolution .-iffr con
letter Irom the 1 I
Chamber asking support. Th
Resolution on the lines of Trinidad
is being sent to the B'i
lent with a request that it be
forwarded to the U.K. OeearnSMnl
at the earliest possible time.
lu Soviet Fighters
Vtta<*ked Missing
I ,N. Weather IMane
UqGWA\ TELL& /.A.
MBII I
Ridgwaj
told the I
t:...t two B
.
lOn than


IBS with ten niert
aboard
R


1



las ion for the U.N
mand.
The ni
I ap-
pro

: I


-
can only I
: n
B

rrthoul
Justice. Alt Mstyed oomPiaJm t
Hint etc.- \\ planned
n .. tea i-
Tigged" in Azcrlwijan pi'ivin>.
parti of the counbrj


I| 11 better
tave

um ilgnad ' who i.in
ral raSDns
bill to I' oimrsting
,

-'
adegfa and SO rollowei
e Imperial I'd

ifter alleged violal
ipttal i i*
COLVMBITE ORE
ARRIVES AT
GFORGEIOWN
FIRST FROM mOkVMSI
i.. i.., o-. (,.a-n-,B,.
II 1GETOWN, t*o\ .1
Diuubiti
i .e. igetown iron.
i II wile* up the
01 FUvei 00 !':
when
I
bees lung om
nibs,
id "i the unpai y,


ii g paid Umd.

. ||
. ,
. I H ) tl in the It S.A
I IB )dl i i :
1
....
IheOfflhRoau
M I'KI.MI H tj HUMIII
(literal lw lain || i ,-. ,
hawar, BjBjproaas Oesasaaiu
i " tilled iorer*i |.
lur.pr will leave t plaju-
l" m..M..i, |,tr i;,.,,(, j,, i(
lend MM North Xtl.uiii,
OsaaMtl M..1.H. ,n \|t
BBaanasBaa a^eiesed toda*
O.P.
I.UN1" '
Britain rejacted on
lives
British olBcers and eight Egyptian [:
'[ he Bi itish note delivered I
on Saturday, said the Bgyptlan version of eveui
i
levotd ol foundation tha>the Embaaey tet-ls obliged I
: the good name ol the R
tores) I '' ',|1 "
velations ware
d when Ue
of the Egyptian
lYuLMaM
Is (Government
Overtaxing
(Canadians?
Prim
ess Helurti-
Bcub From Rsvia
UJNDON, ,.
PrlDi > Mil.
' !
Prince** who atb
Charltj lx.ll u% i'ans on Wed.....
day night arrived in a dnvm
rtitni and paurtna rain, I "a i
four tlaioa wele lit to show up tn
ief ore liei ;il.ini' I.mile

leklng u
**ell |o P
Saturday In two of S> f
rnartaat night >
pj.i _
'. all lions 1a>' July,
UM pounds


ii the r B \. I ii k) i v. ..
t the problem feeing
,i ,
two nwthoda open road m hit
favoui i '< oneav
i-..I and

ti b || M
expariaiantal with view
the '^1- .it mat blm i >
lsl suiti i will be

'he require*) m
with full
.
SM1*W*W V -.,
MOSCOW. Nov. 21
' "*obUm A-drd Si(r,,.i j,,.,,.,...
th* .-tabllshment of .. ,
f e-irilainllU! Bit]
rlemenl neh ai Columblte
(inwinkt) Protests
Mid-East (]oimnund
it eommand.
The notes were undeistocd t"
roHerata the Soviet charges con-
cuarnc-
'
made in i'
Midvh
latai (Egypt,
Iraq and I i
. hey were ,ceiv,
today by British Ambassador Sir |d
.nl French
An :.i.-
OTTAWA

'
Usher,
The in. rente brought

no......
urpiui i
inw unnaosaasn "-11
fbei partii ul niv eonspj i I
'..* imposed on the IMI
t will
\ew nr.' t.. the I.iki lug thi-
ipeiech debate. Carson leport
FOt the cniiptfuller of theTraasi
Oci bar asai
id seadltuie by >91.500.000
I'tie statement showed that i.nn-
. gpanditurea in
....." I 'I .-en m..'
I'he ( ippositioii U
pertleularl) critii b]
ikI 1 anew that
iiunent start cutting in lefanee eni.....Iltare
r
due to provmeial Hlbsil
renlal payments and lughei
faunilj allowance- and
lot i>.iyments.
gapanalUtrai i>> lav Data) 1
Departmt nl intountad t.. |ios,-
700,000 111 Octolier and $5o9,0iHi.-
000 f.., the first w mrmtliN at
1! year This compa .
' with
Sl.SIf
t'.r.
The
Ui<
radaui Pi
itii
d.OI
lame.I ntauraiil
tflarri widow." Th<
i ,.f Kent
1 ..ip nf bins bit

hue.
First she stopped at ".
Mi 1 iparnasaa |an ehib Jlnuny1*,
lUyrd there long en.ni.th in hive
I drink Ihen headed <.ff f< MoO-
Ight Huh In the
Montmartre section.
A photographer wbl

hand ol ., S*-oti.in,1 ',
thrust arms* the Lens of his
'
Two Bi lives stro
int., th.
from ,1 French MWipapei phot
graphar, busuad
I 1
partj r.r. a r.r
F-UROPF.AN ARMY
MEANS END OF
FRENCH ARMY
.id,ot Yves ChaUi -IT.
iver Inten
INSIDE
1\ lilt KITC'IIKN'
SKWIXfi ( IKII.I P S
It UIMi NOTES,
(RHKIT SPIRT P.
OOW a HATE
I OM PETITION F- 1
ROOKS. rt.R.I NOTES
and PROGRAMME P. II
IMM.s I MtM A
i. M:MI > GUIDES
MINIS f 11
Ml) M XN HrlllNIi
THE MAKE-UP ''
1)1 O V Mils | Ol !!
Null s p. I
[while
and fui"
" VP.

Move Air Support
For Korea Asked
Virgin Antarctic Areas
Will Be Claimed For U.S. i
GEORGIA Hi


dural ra-
pfpted b>
\ .. Bhl
iition.
The Admiral "'ho hri stai
tour expeditions to th-1
H definite |
.
He UKW '
silver, copper and uranium. Au-
Byrd said he would make
the trip when world len-i




United States.
_r.r.
NANCY, IVance, Nov. M
lie Cuulli
proposexl Europe.,!. Army

the frani < army or the !>
t:.*i >f the German army. The
poke befoie
, hi raUJ of the Ficn.h Peoides
"EKhef tae lusopean
, Hie and ol the French
nd the re-
eon Inictlon '' the Genn.oi iiitnv
i kind of guarantee.
It w.tulii tw the instrument wlwn-
by France atone would give uo
her army and give it to an Anvn-
t I-
a loUil approprUtl
I.OOO.OOfl for the He*, i
MANGANESE
FROM R.G.
i i <>wn. ii g. Hoe, 2
Definite vabM ol manganeai
.1 d.pth of 100
-.I. the Niu'i
West Oistru t of I.
the Bartnts Gold Minim: Connanj
icanndni Limited.
is u large tonnage o
athcr low grade oie hut expen-
naj ll indicate that It I- possible
o make a high grade pi
IS percent munganeee.
II i- believed IIh-h are deposit:
.f a higher grade which can lie
hil|.....I In the natural state U.P.
leda> to bnvcotl ill British goods.
nitl banks.
UOt te
111
^..iil that Ek I
I
and import- from other cOUnMse,
Pr*-", not to
tor BrttUh
ad
Mv.oiwi tiring
i. Last nil
un attempt was made
it hit .i British military police
ehiele There
t for the
niuht.
Warning Given

! 'lender,
Pasha and ln-
l id Si-rag El Din
died that
N
Novemrxr 17the ds>'
the pitched battle star-.
cease
ggyi i.in civi-
;... will
The same day the noa said
Seras El Din Paana in U
.. inform
Uenafel Bti Oaorgc Ersklne that
re Aould use all
to jit an and to
. ,-.
i,.i the Canal ESBM
nlia iium-
lenU of Baturd. ind Sunday
(oilowed scnenhj so
cannot
Ml a con-
i the latter"
The note then gave the British
ran ion ol Um in EoV nti aooording
rajeased hy ti:.
Oflca. A Biillab patrol on Sat-
ght found. ;i policeman
I in Ismallia. When the
.. .
'started t" run In panic for the
I

htm, some #0 gsgyptlan police ran
.r the station "and began
Wnli.lr.ivv.il
rite Brtti patrol ^huhhadrwt
hot was
lu
Ore in elf defence. BpondLtc firing
l,v Kgvpti.m police- then broke out
,-ts of the town and for
die in-xt two hours they con-
Uauad to shoot wildly In all
i r
The
ADVOCATE"
pays for NEWS
Dial 3113
Dny or Night.
I'npMliirlv knowi
TMr LABSL WITH TIIK KKY
BURNT TO DEATH
TOKYO. Nov. 24
burnt to
death and 150 buildings destroyed
today in a fir.'
through the town of K.tsoora, 25
miles east of Tokyo.C.F-
was I
I
,imcd on Satur-
K to grab air un-


[moUshed area toade rescue

TODAY'S WEATHER
CHART
Hanrtae : S.SS a.m.
Sun*M 5.3 a.m.
Moon : 1.4.1 Quarter, No-
vrmber 21
I.Uhlmi : SM p.m.
Utah Tide 12 SS a.m.. 12,55
P*.
la.* TISe
pan
ii.51 a.m., 7.17
Indian Jew* Donl
Like ItirrshilH,
* .. i .
irthj Indian Jews
bOSSaeS SPSS decided
Saturday to glvi
Land an the i
a cboco-
. | i
sheba in pefSPsaant stone build-
nigj. Ihi here two
raai
i dlacri-

. i erred 'hem ta
i as flowing with
milk and honey. They complain
.-dual tiea'menl

di

lion with the way they are I
treated here is strong resentment
at having been sent to the deso-
late portion of Israel's southern
desert. Mushrooming Beersheba
[with its 10,000 population is
th^;...
Following a da
.' i ... .(.,. n
ding Ul Tel Aviv, the
! to SJQ DOOM

am would be given
I
i-lining iv. o monU SJ
..
period, -vid he : : i P.
K. W. V.
pruvidi-. ImiiI. lli.- K<->' .ind Iht Spiril
lor rani cTii'.vnicnl in Iho umiini! f.~.ci\.-
M..1UH1 '
wm, X: Um 'H"'i Ua uibic o(
K.W.V. Thiiuuhls Lit Xmm will help the con-
noineur ol "tha trull "I lh V*9*' s,oc" lhl'
"Old Chest" wilh the bol In Wines. Sherries
nd Brandii's uhLimable
18 Dead, 70 Injured In Explosion
.
" bat tan
I month long tour
IF.
Ll oV 'i injured Tl P

- Malmo 20 it. i h
mine - "
re in the Ordnance Plant. Autl
ol other ofibes are invesugating the p<.s^- Police
'.'. of sabotage. biggest peace-time eat..
irk Thev u
Catastrophe any of th. by sabo-
Cajrualtj igu.^i we.e instantly
'rhanguig as new reports came Id
M durlniT the Germ.hi occupe-
Tha eaplosior. occurred at S.51 Uon.V-T.
t US it H f.Vf.'S
Cape Dry Red (ftlMlodtod)
Cape Dry Red tl.inht-Bodied)
Caberret Sauvignon
Cape Medium -Sw- i W
( Wemmershoek)

S/f I/ihl i\<. U7VatVS
Spi: klitii; Tl
Sparkling Roodi'le
StBBasaUBS
J.inker C'apero
Oil) Oloroso
Old B
Pale Drj

SWK.KT
WINKS
i ,lmii
Communion
Wine
Tawnj

AROMATIC
WINKS
paarltts
Cocktail
Sweet
V. r mouth
Dry Vermouth
Van der Hum Liqueur and Superior BtSBasJlM
Tariff,
K.W.V. is able to brinf vou wines at d
i | be naued for its excellence ol
. will tell you;
The Drink of Life
K. W. V.
The Ouly anil Tin- ll.-i


PAGE TWO
M Mill VIIWil \n
st Mill SUM Mlllli -'.. 15I

I'UAl '
Dsal :!.
IOII.W 4 45 t 8.10pm r.rl Continuing Daily
The THING. "-hi
I I I I \m in IIIIOIUHM
T I \ .1
:^T
not. r vi -i.i
llll MM II M.I.I
--------
GLOBE
Ill-Mil It.I.', ami I iilinuinu
/, ."."'......
1 ,i~_ .~i rtac *. iw "-.'..
: "'..,.;
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mr,lyt ,
[J5J5!KS5!HHHSHB*i5 !
IWhM tuililion 111-11 \Y H..1II a.m.
BOX Oil HE OI'EXS
Tit-May at ft a.m.
Mv.*^vrt*vvM-#v.wvwm;
I AMI IA IHIISS SHOP ;
______________LOWER BROAD STRKKT________________ Jt
DRESSES-
for the Coming Season ;I
>;
Perfect tor Xmas Gilts o
SK.IITIFS Nylon ................... SloJn I
Crept ............................ SUM & 1(1:11 >;
Georgette................................ 9.75
Flowered Jeraey Sim & 4.7K
PYJAMAS Plain Jersey....................................... f.M
Flowered Jemey .............................. 5.30
On SALE Only a few lo clear,
HATIIIMi SUITS .......... $5.08; KM: it tl.is
:%'.'.','.:'.',',-. ,'.-.-.-----
GND BIS TH NISHT DAHCE
.ml... -i r-
.lllll
. i .i ul
ii ik ii IDOB
hi hair
IIRIM
Hi ill 11 \*l (>
ji A real Christina* treat
: A MADISON M Mali
j PERMANENT WAVE
with Siilteepul Hair
softener
'a M.M only
I '''"'
iltM while il
I PfefSM MM or rail at
jt TIKI SI 111 II TV
I 11.ON
llrtireiior Mn.i
.-.'.'.-.',-.-.-.-.-.- '.:'.'-; .'..'.'.:.';. '.'.::
ki:i:i> ruts
nxii. ##;. v...
Siiturda... 1st I.-. <-< I..-..
195I
THE ANNUAL
BAZAAR
will bo held
at
THE DRILL HALL,
in :iid of the Old Ladies'
Home
XMAS QfFTS
for all ajzes
TOYS from 1 up
lleuutiful IKILLS and
DOLLS' HOUSES
STATION WAGONS
NOVELTIES of all snrtu
COOKED FOOD,
I AKF.S. SWEI IS
TEAS 4 ICES
A well-stneked Bar
Many Attractions
FILM SHOW :il :.:w
PUNCH & JUDY SHOW
POLICE BAND
LOOTS DIPS &
. USES OF CHANCE
Bring the children to

Shop for Chrisln...
in comfort & a cool
atmosphere.
Admission: :-: 1/-
fhildrcn & Nurses: (Id.
i; M PIKE
TO-DAY AND TO-MORROW 4.45 8.IS
Ccmib falling
DOUGLAS rAIRbrUfllS
uynis JOHNSjaw HAWK NSi
HEART THROR8
OF YESTERDAY
8TATI
SECRET
II O Y A I.
Uit -Lows Tod*} HI A S.IK
Krinil.li. Trijle Attrart-ossfr
[WILLIAM KLI IOTT.
JOHN CA
I
in
(1) OLD LOS ANGELES
(2) SINGING GUNS
Slurring
VAtlOHAM W
(3) ROBINSON v..
TURPIN lit FIGHT
:
Tn.**"" "(' It* ait
BAD SISTER"
,, i <--Kwoon
Arm
ABBOTT CMNMX)
m
"BUCK PRIVATES COME
HOME"
Tncriav Onlv Ml t Is
is.uble At
ASTONISHED HEART"
AND
"THE WEB"
I ".1!IEN
Ol MII'M
I..*-, | Whvm Todi\ fcM i.
tiii: screen a osutAl i a i
MTnOV STARS

rUCKSR
OH' SUSANNA"
A Thrlllinii Saga of
llll. IMIIAS I HUM UK
AND
Allan Rocky- LANE
IN
VIGILANTE HIDEOUT *
MxndiY ' i:blc
END OF THE RIVER '
WITH
SABV i' i
DESTRY RIDES AGAIN*
Starring
.limes STUART
Brian DONLEVY
|-\ft. Al.KRED A l'E/\

i

H.W.I.A.
They w*r* in Oi.rb* inen for tnt annuBl .xuminalioti
s : .,
helrt her ! wk. candMM.-*
frflm TrtnidBd. (irenana St. LtfCia
and BarbcKkM attended.
OH T. GtmupsW
Mt. AND MRS JACK HAl.DIN
nccompuniP*! bv their dauffl--
ii>r Marif ( hrfcrttiM r^v lo Ot"-
Ja ywlfitliv wtwi-^ r i undei-
'>od Mi. Raldini will shortly bi
>l a jefiWy ati
1 ntd *t Baibado-j bou.
tw> ,(bv acn from France v
Houthumplon and Mai Unique.
Jc* haa many frien.i
iMWroa and lined to live hen- Rm
manv i-a
r>iinre.
I.raving hv 'he name l
Ml ABM
(ircnada who wan here f"T the Oil*
.......
i' Adi
'fTif-er. S'
'irennda. who had be tn Barbadn* on two week*' h
i.
Molel.
Commonwalth Sugiir
T^HI. ft. Reverend W. J.
Hughes, Assistant Bishop <>(
Rlinilniham. and formerly Bmhop
of Barbado*. addressed the Bn-
rmnghani RoUry Club
on Social Conditions In Uic Wal
1'iirlng the counje of his
-
jruppnn (>r the Colonlea augar
Why not decide 10
bin ill our MiRiir uiut. in..
British Cwnrnonwvaltl) and from
ho depend upon
aiifar"'' he iwked "In tba Wen
Indir'. *e> Mtmot understand
whv we gaVMld bu> our sugar
from Cub;. |pndil>g pre-
iimis rlollnr*. when the trade
would help OUT own Wt Indie*
v -Ty."
MR. AND MRS OERALD STOCK
Benefited Conaiorerably
MB, J. A. MARTfNEAU I i>
buttaCMkoan rtiurn

atonalrr iflV tl
months in England.
Mr. Martinc;.u v. ho vuited Eng-
land in i' In the In-
old Card,
that he I, I the op-
portunity t<> viMt Franco Ho h
seen anOOt r. read and
hnd benefit.1'! conajderably from
lil* trip.
Underway
WITH
.'. \l.KMt
. BAR* I
*f
I Till; SCREEN ROCKS WITH
\ I ION
ills ONLV 1.30 & 8.1S
Universal Double
AGAINST THE WIND"
ANIl
" RED CANYON "
Stan
DUff Ann BLYTH
It O X V
TO-1IAV l< I -" I 1i '''
A IJIo
lliiillcr
tiii: EifiiJ. and tiii: hawk-

in .' Irolor
Starrins JOfal Klcini.>.'. DOOI
Thonia: Gomel
I*** as U.c Eagle Thev battled
Amenen- Enemies
EXTRA
MID NIT I *IKENAI>F
DRB68 Ratioaraaoi are under-
way (oi Shakespeare's
Jullu* CaeNai, a presc I
Barriaotl < 'illece Dramatic
i hi r.( b) Dank
Fowlcx. The plnp ofoati n) Ihi
. school hall on
14th ..t H.30 pm. and
will be fopoatad Ino following
Right.
Th.- Cott is .is follows Caes-i-
c Ui.ni (Matho vii. ltiutn-
-A. s Hopkinaon (Modern VH
Cases C. L Alleyne (Modern
VI); Antoni K King (Maths
VI); Cailus H. De B. Fordc
. VI i
Portia will be played by ShiiLv
t Queens College and
C;dF>iiitua by June Smith also 4
illc^c.
Sir John's Daugriter
Ho\i:v-iii.oM)i. now practis-
ing her run I.
Kugidns. This 17-year-
old, inerrv-eyed daughter ot Sir
John Huggins. ex-Govamor Jamaica, la to ptvaent a bouquei
to the Queen at She Royol Festival
Hall concert In aid of the Jamai-
can Hurrii-iinc Relief Fund on
NoVOnbar 27th. Miss Muggins
:. Royal Academy 04
Dramatic Art student Ht 18
BhO p.nin-,1 entrance in
wa* selected by Sir
DodriC H.unwitk and Helen
H ..... ' um from 200.
Rftm wti was bom in
Penang is already an aunt Sister
IMana. 21 wife of Nassau lawyer.
I-Kinney. has a daughter
>f 4'- months. "You should RM1
mother boast uliout being a gvand-
nothor". Says Miss Hugglnx.
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I'arkinson. son of Mr. and Mr-
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Janet is at present takinj; a
course in nursing in EmJanti
Robin is an old Idge School boy.
Mr Hodgson was for many years
I master at the Lodge School Slid
i- mow teaching at Quc-;
rtnldad.
i-rwk toil VMOKI
Sixteenth Appearanc*
FRANK COLLYsfORI
known as a character sctor:
his Jonathan Hrewster in UoSatk
an* Old Lace. Hal l In The
Ringer. Mr. Manningham in Gaa-
llght. Sheridan Whiteside in The
Man Who Came M Oinner. .,iid
earlier this yeur 1
in The Sho|i al SI, Corner will
all in- rssnombarod with i
ha tin Bi
duction of Soni'
The (Irrle be i ..
I ,'i.tv of : i :
the grumpy old Lord P
Frank Callynxu
teenth appaaranoc Rh In B
tn*n PI a -i.
Transportation Difficulties
MR. GERALD WINSTON.
Manager of the Governmeiit
Marketing Depot and M I
ot 1
ttrattvc Bunk, infnn
Dominica >esterday morning by
French SS Cotemhtr after a.-
ratal Con-
fcrence which 01
.,. .
Both Ol
ronwin In Barbados for another
week due to UtttSpSffSattsn tb" -
Married Yesterday
MINNA KNKiHT. daugh-
I Mi- l^onard
A. Knight of "Clifion" Strath-
i i U i l.i, .,


A (;. Stock, 1XS.C
Stock of
i.i. Australia,
BOX, Eng-
land.
'. huh took place

. Rev. C. J. B- I
1
i i vice UlC
A M
BO, who was
marriage by her father, wore a
gown of gieaming slipper satin
with yoke and sleeves of chniMillv
1 kirt with
cathedral train. Her hall
length tulle fill, edged ..
an hfld in nlaeo by a cl i
onnot
met with UHas-of-t
i ihawst bouquat
RrOI Miss ROB-
I Knight
H itrou-i-nf-Hnnour Mrs.
F-ic Atkinson at.
Worme, wore identical .:li full four tiered skirv
in soft pastel colours of blue, pink
and yellow. Bach carried a heart
ihanad bOUQUOt of-haded pink an rod rotas.
'. .vis Mr. Charles M -
1 ushers w e r e
, i.m Taytor, Geoff'>->-
skinner, (ieorpe dc C.ale an (
Hernard Worme.
ny. ,i leceptici ,
I at "CHfton'. Strath-
elyrie. UM home of the brldo'

The h neymeon I Oell
Bt the Crane Hotel.
Ship Romance
Kv rsTN ojt| thousands of
but possibly isakno wOM
sir, Pstei
Cuttan, purser of tfueen al
Bacmada -Meb BSshl ttetwec-n
NOW York and th. I
has recently become engaged
il l .ml.-to-be is Mlas Botly
I telt phOBl sshn
inonths as swit.iil-i.ua
i Mr,
(Mnnunli. After her marriage
kOni UeBaavaT win DMha tm
i'i Bermuda.
T.C.A. Arrivals
PASSENGERS arriving by
T i'A -ir Mr.
Br.idshaw. Mrs.
i
Bhavfli Mi. H. Thomas. Mrs. D.
(ijiKie "I" an iced frr.m Mon-
traal and Mr. and Mrs. Charles
m i A. Skinner and
Mi Bptal Bforo Bermuda.
Talking Point
Mr. Winston was stayiim at the Fame is "O! popularity, Il is
Marine Hotel and Mr Charles at |hc parti of t"a siirrtrtnfl lui-
Palm Beach. Hastings as the guest aft} i th<- mtintl i'id tliouflhta of
. f Mr. and Mis. C, E- Clarke other r On, H-irlitt.
I in.shin,i Vnurht's fnr 1lu> Exhibition
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SUNDAY. NOVKMBMt 25. 1M1
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
D\ THE
KITCHEN
IMIIMISS Ml/All* III VMM IIAMI II
Nan Diehes
. f us who
1 ipeB. lt*i
I got the
. iuuk after
it". And day after day v..
I tiling, ue grumble, we
m) that Ihe n.ew. isn't what It
used to be eat
ag is an art Bui ha.-
< /erythtaaj elae it ia also practice
I BMBJ Baftoa4ttgfl bflBMI tkegl
i* always a good leg of pork ot a
shoulder for the week-.
more or leas always roasted or
eaten aa chop*.
Tier day I had a small
I
.. til MOg ll
And then I renit-mbered a re-
a friend of mine once
ti-v<- me and that I 111
because I was always too busy or
because the cook could not do It
for me. Here ii ll
Pork Cooked In Water
For 6 s*a4v: 2 la*, of pork
(beaed) Water; Sail: While
I'rpper: I (.las* of Milk.
Tkl BBg plagg uf pork and put H
in a big enough saucepan so that
.1 Mill lie flat on the bottom.
Do not put anything else in the
[hi; half a glass of water.
I'm on the lire and you will
mc (hat u oan evap-
i thai BOOM of the fat
of the meat Mill melt .
gravy. Add salt and pepper and
U't the moat cook until
a golden brown colour. Add the
|Um of Tiiilk and with a wooden
.poon scrape the bottom of the
Then add enough lx.il-
i lo covet tin .
and let it cook slowly
You frOLaM that the gravy grad-
ually thk I......m brown
*. tnun the cause-
pan, aUea It, anangc it on a dish
. it wtttl the gravy. Sen'e
it hot.

another one.
Kscaloppes
It it for veal this tun.*
i French
The Man oi Destiny RHEUMATISM
and agonising
BACKACHE
A purposeful \oung lellinx
v\ li o Uam um gfgejej
prompts a uoiiiinentarv b> THU
wUmHi STL
nicture
Ilia i ion..-.
i
i upon-


s; development*
of a n- nut child have been treat-
a pity tnat falr> godmutiurs ad at kcwp*. "The frtnee has,
fj
in need ol one. m a headline H
;.a4 of O'B"
_- a- ------i faweaSBr* toy. vara a" *-iuu
M-wMBpar ii, an exclusive lor>.
-u a ferrety bear
like erery healthy child,
pri'iee Chor-h-a alrpt most of !>'
h ow my*
< 'quark quark.
n mlhing -i ;
hm anreag ot in.' ariVj
. make wtuit promise* to
gruelling life so very

His View
HUM WISH to a
uu ha pot and not pt k
i itill *aii i
a Ikesjggtl to Ihe Hunpa he haw I. mothet could idd *o bH
He has the mo-: )' "
1 txap. pao*! Hc hmt hc-ps ol lhl. |
-.rt. tricycle, woolly elephant on ,ll(li,v, mat uni> a two-Dj
upar inter-locKing brlca ial, k, t v in lvll.r uait. blue,
DUiOUl model (Win with ^i,. ,,-uow. pale coffee u.
anj other Jog, gpap powdera of Amei
Lille boys to show them oil lo. k to s*> "No, on w,.,.n amfn 11
you can't ride it. in a grand pi >-
miner.
He ha the best vie* h
from his nursery windowover St.
I ...kr. gad new
chains* to Main Mas luller-ekatrig
on the |mI1is round it.
The ducks are at his back d<
> never a chance to feed Uv
ic it a bridge that
leaning over -- and never
niig. .dl ins Ufa, when he >
itop and lean over it.
day under
iee In his own splendid
He .-. double-breasted coal*. ,
eight-button eoats, with round at la
. anonal appeai-
ancea. Ai. I Jgj I
I rti and dungareeswhen |
looking.
Four Meal*
'I, three Mils oi
. ehuia | . in sold, |>tl
;"_' .; blue. He has a mug ol Ba> twei
with flo*erB OB IL HO haa InUi '
more-than-good meals .t OBJ
lit eight, one, knil> tklll|
thirty.
!( .M.l tea to drink
' n>or,Vlhan ti: v _.u ^ ,/ ^ ,
EWING CIRCLE
PENNY Mil \\
ANN MISfJRAVi;
Alterlne Sleeve*
mg necessarj alterations, in the
he size of the araalk la
BUI have been decreased by tak-
ing in Ihe shoulder seams for
One of the most common prob- sloping shoulders or by taking in
0 Jre*s making is fitting a Uat underarm .scums of the bodice
plain sleeve for a large arm. because the anneal was loo big
..i-ms are large just at the around the bust. Having made ba(.K
base of the sleeve cap in propor- eill ei oi both of these alterations
j he arantl to ehmb it
He h.i .i private cin<
'. bjm three
,-i't sail his
boats on the Hound 1'ond
All iiver the world more and
more people wilt call him Your
StaftMaB,** hut ,
arc uiii can him Charles.
No Tantrum
MCOrlD WI3H
all tin** *mtfu formttmm
perimp xtui'y hagVanlj ....
AUvady St'i laarnad to n-ara
UOnteiy to ^^li^ll^. :
eonie to kM kOUM, without lum-
lo the cook: "ptaaaa coo
have fi i.n glad ot honnj
I .. parly wtthOUl the rtCfc
km, an,) JoU i
When he ObB choose he p
chicken with tarrol
and a itrawber'y fool, m
and vanilla ice cream. H. I
I w and nunn* and abun
has atones and Irull
o atari vr.ry.d"> \
U'lI'lOUt
Ing Ins jjgjgfc. goes ieadil>
a I'hout any
nudging (rum the reai.
He iraiki Ion Q aankat in*
i public occasions, withoni
Veal rutlels. salt. Pepper. Flour. UOO to the size of the armhole. >ou will Bad it clifl
Baiter. Marsala ll used Ram In Ihis case adding on to the lam In arWlOUl fattari unless
instead and H was vary awe- sleeve width at the sleeve seams >ou alter Hw if .
eesaful) Water or Light Brelh results in gathers in the sleeve have decreased the siz,. of Uiu
veal cutlets, beat when W oat into the tnnfaoia ..mder seams a ---
ihem. seascn them with aalt nri H the armhole is increased in corresponding amount may be """>
. \:,UM dolmen \i^ 'nour "*" X *ding the une amount taken out of the jtaava a, the g^gj"^ ;*"* |
Put some butter in frvmar "" 'h' underarm seams of the same place by laying a fold in the '*
>'n !md Whei it h0 lu ^** " b^use will be loo pattern right down the centre of greets o,......|g, wltfcout tUttmg gl
in it and let them large acroaa the bust line. However. ,f the arm iklrl r .,.., ...,!,
bath sldei aI^Lias E Tl,c P'oblem is to keep Ihe is large .d the K. e o, the he I his part)
,e a.mhnle and the same cap this would .. idl In the throwing laatrum
rum (about otm tahlMDOoniul and measurement around the sewing sleeve being too small there In Already ha can i
a half)\nd krt toafliciltor an- '" ' *ieevc cap whde in- tbH case king the with. .,,, cope, cooUy
" ereai.ng the width of the cap at P |..r,t.hout |fj
its base to a comforuble size for it* entire length make the fold in irony.
the arm. First measure the arm the .shape oj dirl having its But thank goodness he hasn't let
cumference one Inch below the point at the bottom or the .sleeve. U),,. ,ob get him down. He put nix
i'more .-mpit. Add two inches for ease In this way you have decreased tongue oul at a phot".
mutm Pour iwTik2 m-rMhr ' n"- maasurement If the pal- ihe length of the --< " -"-
euHMiTLnS ^ '" for a short sleeve slash sleeve cap withoul
vuilew .^jerve. lh(i ttern from thp b^on, of width of the i-.tl.an ol the sleeve.
^TUm^VLflL ^C..CUI' lh* locve to but not through the H 0U have deceased the size
sewing line of the sleeve cap in of the armhole by taking m the
three or four places. Spread underarm seam the same ..mount
these slashes until the bottom ot may be taken off Ihe ileeve at Ihe
sleeve measures the same as seams unless this would make
the arm cireumferer.ee plus the the iklW loo narrow for Ihe arm
.vo inches ease. By this method nt bottom. In that ease measure
. .> increased the width of in from the sleeve seams about
the sleeve and the width of th two IsWhog on either side and
leeve cap without chaaging the take two dails in the pa Hern the
proportions of the nrnihole In nrcess.nv width -! 'he -Icevc .|
relation to the sleeve cap. atwbsg line running to a point a
Remember in setting the sleeve the bottom Ol the sleeve.
mite. Take them out
then, and arrange them in a dish.
Add 3 or 4 t iblespoonfuls of water
'Me frying
let* In flour Just before you are
to fry them.
2. If the -line k not thick
i nough add another l.>Me*poonful
ind let it cook
:< Any clear aoup will be good
as broth.
ALiltleTrip
nut in
nursery news item r >
grumbling about'
And PM a Prince a DalrlJ ll
forgaal litei at koine no 11
no babv talk, no high ehafl
i round ll
i,. . ,. hen .i open ti
door at Prince Philip's study a/hi

'< tinder the km
Ftnal Hlesainu
Bui ' ",; I
gild gtre hnn one In l
blcaalng ..not he loo grand !"
vmuu: For, trdngg
in.die I I '..ill Of hi I
are shn.uded in grandeur
-1 kn'-\s what the Princess it
golnfj to Ive him," say- U
.. foot rid the upstairs rm I.
hut ['n. not goal to 'ell
And Hiarently among the
iiBiy Hi, u, a |)iioiTin en < tinMtrs' State secrets are the
TITSfaSythf ^ '"" b">Kle> .... Ho aked atom bomb, the new Bu
,w,thff yueeu to hold his sucked dls| Ul tTOOpa at Suez.
loffee at a recent children's party ,,nd U lima I'rmre Charles gOM
He dashed down thi primrose t |Mvl
that photographer Baron tried to L.E.*.
in kUAJg] the hotels are idling
Ihe gratilyuig oul-of- mto the armhole that some of the
..son rapidity. In the woods of ease goes in the bottom of the If you realize Ihe w
England ana Canada there sleeve. Putting all the ease these alterations only after having
,11
ut the sleeves it is best to alter
gen and tecut the
hesr lire
reducing aHerauoni you can lay
jroui .'llered pattern en the
'i have alread
recut them by the pattern.
Before cutting any sh-ev
| new sort across the top of the
of huntsman, tough-looking chaps result in gathers.
..i h battered noses and cauliflower To ,lu,ke this tvpe of alteration
ars, whose aim is none too good. , long leeve cut the sleeve
And In Puerto Rico, the Virgin across the width about nine
Islands, and Nassau, tlu: shea from the top of Hh
cap and alter the cap as for a
.. ,t hapnetUjtgl Well. It's short sleeve. On Ihe bottom see-
that new registration demand for tion of the sleeve slash from the sure to take thu aim cireumler-
' n purposes on all the edge you cot hum the top to but encc measurement and add the
naUon'i bookies Seem they're a ">t through the bottom of the two inches for ease. Sleeves cut
mitfh v shv lot And %. now II l*ve and spread lo match thi wide enough at this p
vou want lo phone hot i,p'..n P"-'*1 "' >h* >"P ' the gleam, altered n M the un-
ih." .h.rri -,i u.iim, p,ra vL'r. I*ui the two pieces back together hole but if they are cut too nar-
Si^SJrJSS^mSSS'SS * '"< " ** '" Eg row Lhasa w,n rvnitre piecing.
Lutnr h! It w?!!' , ,L slashes just where ,l is needed. Altering .- DejnH pattern lo recut
rn . but Max ha- gone iw.v on Anomer comtnon munf prflb. yU^c, ,diw you to slash
lem with sleeves arises when the and ipread or dart or tuck
iaeaaassar------'m~1\ aimhole size chnnged by mak- where necessary before reouttlng.
I "
i I YOURSELF
from the
BONDS OF
CONSTIPATION
with
"'MORSE'S
SPILLS
m - an
..1
TOSIi- a.n-
BARGAINS !
Hinhi before Xmas Timcl\ Renu ndveTti * line hgglnnln| pMnornm Monday, 26th N< -
ember up to and incliulm Hltuwlky
November.
Buy tor yourselfbuy Hies specially priced
items for Xmas nifts to your friends at pi i'- I
savings.
I.AIHi:S" 11KKSSKS
Iray-Time dresses that
were ulway. -..oil value
at -IJ "-ii mid SIH.MI
NOW $6.00
I.AIMKS
MOISF.COATS
.\ l tin nsMirtmriit tluil
will make wondiTful
Xmm ifls R4MllictMl from
si.vim .,,,.i six.iMi
NOW $10.00

I
> THUITEO HMEDr |
roa ovu 50 lun '
BEWAREofwormsi i
t i. i
LOVELY GIFTS OF
4711 Colognes
- and -
Gift Sets
Suitable for - -
XMAS I'RI MM-
I'nc.il l Sc-ll
('. (ARITW BROWNE
Whaknb & Ke(il
\BCCF\
WALLBOARD
fflJlty gives
To Handle vou
To Cut extra
To Fit room!
From 16c. per sq. ft.
BARBADOS
CO-OP. COTTON FACTORY LTD.
M EVENING DRESSES
Beautiful Styles. A nice
iisMirtment of colours.
Only small sizes
available.
Reilured from $.15.0(1 and
829.75
NOW $18.00
LAWKS' ri'UOVERS
U ..< 11.-11 Pulliivcr. in ;
lilii' iissiirlmi'Ml of i*..- . 1
shades. Ill siiii 323H
A iiifl at a Gift price
$2.88
LADIES' IIANHBAGfl
A scnaQiional bargainImiiatinr. Leather handbags in
assorted colours also white olark
REDUCED TO $1.00
NYLON STOCKINGS
31 gauge3 pairs in each
Im>. Lovelv shadesall
SiMS.
I hi all three pairs ....
ONLY. $4.50
LADIES PETTICOATS
Tea-rose and pink. Such
u low prire has never
been offered before.
ONLY $1.54
PANTIES
Belter in jInv Locknil
Panties. All Sliea.
Tea-rose and white
PER PAIR
$1.00
M(.HTI>KESk ES
Ladles' Nightdresses . .
Taffetas. Jerseys. gaBttVaV
A Fine assortment. Onl>
small nnd medium.
It<-.iil..i Price $575
NOW $4.32
W* ^Modern ZDress
Shoppe
BROAD STREET
GUN:
Obilinle
cam p la i nli
rcllevadl bf
Sufft'rtrs fri-m
rhcumstlstn tll
be Intcreated in
the eipfrlT >
relat*l Ll
man's latter -
NtUSCHfN I
fr>>l rl
tn my arm* and shouldor
Kna ~tarle-d in lh> small of my
n. fareaalM uatll th.
reallv -vevare. I bought a hot i la
of Kruscheu and was nurprlsa find that I got a little <
bought ajiot-her and began
flnlshad all mv pain- <* f"14?
and from that day ha
tppaareti again Hg palaa r< -a
ohstloale and the rslU-f raaUf
umrtaed me."T.H.
lUteamatto pains and baokai ha
are ueoally th. rasult of polaona
tn the blood,poisons hl
bo*la and guea kldneya are
falling to expel. For those
compialnta there la no Nner
tr->ntmant than Krua.-haa Raits.
which cleanses all tha ll
organs, stimulates thrm to rior-
mal hoal'liv BOfi
raatores freahnesa and rhrour.
All Cbamlsta and Storea sell
Krusohan.
UN
outline eowora

coafatr
Ml D**afcrtera: L M. B. M.,*v. at Co Lie*., P O. 6o 17/ BVitff.fr.,
IF YOU-
FEEL LIKE
THIS-
TAKE
WINCARNIS
TONIC WINK
>^ AND FEEL
Sfjr~ LIKE THIS! BE HEALTHY
_alC & HAPPY.
THE FINEST
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POPULAR
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GIVE YOUR FLOORS THIS
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.w.i I 111 R
M \i>\i ui.ni 111
SIMI1) MlMMKIk I'.. H.l
Rheumatism,
a.ns, J.v _

W.I. CAN MAKE CAPITAL
OF VICTORIA GAME
Pickwick. Y.M.P.C. Draw
Match As Fixtures End
THE GREAT O.T.C.
His Star is Setting in a Blaze of Glory
Jamaica Should Accept Offer
For January Tour
By in ik If.

iiv ii. ft a>ppi\
v.. now locked in
pa irful Victoria State XI. In the
I ftxtur* of their Australian tour.
if dmmUMd Vu-turta fur 195 In
.-.imp. of 230 and by scoring
thtlr second inmnp Isawa cstab- _
d a l Hafcartak ,71 *....
*-tlh any degree of arcurscy what the
*
LAST Sunday I \
of U |

ult will i* but i
few brief linn about u
it .-iud in Biirbado- but these were mainly
concerned vtta what ciUr: "^.J'W&fKt bad on our
November meeting. T<"
martse his career brirflv ;o one of
the greatest ire that ha- tut, W 'he B W l
In noing ao readers of mv tlisi volume ..( South Caria
btaa Racial Revuw will forgive me li .appear iu be
lag some nf my .
A SIS WELL KNOWN O.T.C. arrive,'. 1934 Rs a gift
C\ to the Barbados Turf Club from the Hon ... i-Buc.i-
then acting j* an B I |bo late Lord
lavington. It wss. tnruugh the untiring efforts of the late Mr
/[ docs you good in two
ways you rub ,t on
and you breathe It in!
Apply htalmj.iooth-
l*| THERMOGENE
Medicated Rub where the
pain ||, Its penetrating
medicated warmth relieve*
the condition and charm* away
the pain. Rub well in, except
when applying to bltei and itlngs.
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
In big glass jars and handy dandy Tins
YESTERDAY wai the *nd of the feventh series of First
1 and Intermediate Barbados Cricket Association
games. YrM.idav rain robbed quite a few teams from
pressing home early gains to More outright wins. However
there was mc interesting cricket in two of the three
remit.nir.ft (!m
Rain prevented what promised to be a most interest-
ing finish .11 the Pu-kwuk-Y M.P.C. tixture at Harrison
ColUsM Old 11
jnd Alleyne and TudO' continued
PICKWICK VS. Y.M.P.C. their first innings 'or Ham-on
College with the score at 16
2* ang ST Tudor was bowled by King for 19
.- 1 .' :! Bnd when the score had reached anas, who
.. r,,. ...... 1..1... n<- with Alleyne and rosier at
-. ,.fely sa. that this feat of dismissal* the Y.M.P.C. secured tirst innings ||w wlcktt Harrison College de-
arftTWBB ftffS-j "SSStlSTLtftiai-ai
BATSMEN SHOULD BKNIHT Kml 240 ,,,, dr.
~. ^ 1_ 1 l_ *sa* lanasa .... ~J
......lv.,u ^,hv ,h wi-* India:, to.nni .. -iiuid "01 bnxlli In tli.lr Urn lrm....s lo wlm-n
.',,,,.ddl.r. MM. Id .. to MX ^^ y ^ % ^
1 ,1 tiiu good >un. capi&V ol wlckrt, the rem.j..ng busmen
l,n, h.> ""*"'"' ;'?*?"a Vein .will ..cel were dMM lor .1. LddlUOMl
, the flower ol AMnUW b.ttlnj_1MVI o^ '".., btt, , K A .,, who .cored I
pOOB, rUnH.ri.inl .. II "J^J"?" r centurj lor Y...1.P.C. in tl.e.l
Ismen nd Te^il cpl.m Unduy M.fcw i. ____ Inning, .gain IGo irored wl
srtM,-rtV!S^s^K,J^'a^ '"n'n8-
tha. the We-t Indian baU
.. Om -m 1 unaware 01 me wi in "-- Bowling
H-kad was the m -t succes-ful
bowler, taking 4 fo, .a In 9A overs.
Edgar Cox of Cas.k Grant, then a member .if
that he came as this gentleman had 1
rd Wo.
ust therefore I* concluded that lh-
IKK v/hen l,rcs,*d the late Lord a good deal If he remembered
SH '.^ ^u '" hir will.

>i oiMtcnct* on, the
ore his death. It
must have inl-
ine Barbados Turf
Nor war it simply a cast of one of the horses 111 Lord Wuolaving-
milSf 1p^1k SLff.^STtalS 5fi "ab,e5 bem disposed of. O.T.C. was bought specially for the
32 runs. Bothwirte s were t.ken ,, T c ilflffr M% rac|n|| CJirMf ^ jhlpped |Q the Wr>( ,nd|w F|>w
by N. Harrison
bowling with M
who opened
Hea-Mey
iir
N^
Wanderrrr. {at
Police 4C ang (for 1 wkta) its thr
A VALIANT innings of "3 b<
.re ?*> ** 7 S V""Ch ",C"""d "X b,'U"'"r"., ff'Si.S'gK SltlJE
)l the fact that the t-.t*-
..nl.mili..r condition, that mil* prompt .oroe
MMUM
1 |. ri Ihem.
COUI I1AKK FACTS
. ... 1 01 game there u no
li' ., -...... I lh.t motw. a......olhlnghol
,,,, ...,r,.l.-l hi U- more
onl among us.
ibfts have ever proved of such great mi
OW there are quite a number of detractors of O.T.C. as a sire and
more so in Barbados than in Trinidad. The reason Is perhaps a
pie one. In the years 1936 to 1940 there were praeticallv no other
bss iiaisasaans. u.n # "Ts ln,B"rbad( of any account to breed from. Frosn 1940 to 44 the
n .A.MIl-.Kl-.KN VS. niLlCb onl> other was Sunplant and from 1944 onward* there was a third.
Battle Front. O.T C 5 detractors therefore reason that since O.T.C.
as at one time virtually the only sire, then later on one of only
n"-..'1 'el"*1 ut"n','eally follow that he was bound to be a success
The Trimdadlans. on the other hand, never ceased to be, in-
pressed with O.T.C. aa a sire because they noticed with what regular-
ity every son or daughter of his that turned up to race In that colonv
ck Teddy *l *"" P* Mainst Wander- invariably proved a success This ,* preasclv one of the factorHn
proved. I challenge
H. King and T. S. 1 kett each got fmL
era yesterday was chiefly ra- which the true greatness of O.T.C as .
sponsible for PoUce staving off any of his detractors to rcfuU this fact,
what seemed a sure innings de-
2 for 5 and 11 resp tvely
Given ISO run
victory with BbOUl
mainlng lor play. 1
Iheir second In.
0 make fur
:' hours re-
twiek started
igs, bul
s de- 'TWE NEXT Important point Is to scotch the f imiliar argument that
the third day's play M. O.T.C 's progeny was successful because they raced against poor
of the fixture. Wanderers so opposition. Now the success of a sire can be judged against those
three points. "-'ho have gone before him. and it is 1 re.mirki.ble fact that, after the
.11 ..ih i>f Cjuiek Match, no sire in the U MM AntUlaj produced a creole
Byer in his dogged innings, was wh* won 1 BOgM rac* Id the Importsd classes until Footp.nl p M
abiy supported by Bernard fclorris Isu.. .meer. Between Ibg Urns tliat Quick Stap and Ifateh Mai
who made 36. On the second day If*1 "' th'* t-*ul(,,4 M.iuhe- MroSI m the i in ported rlasso mm the da*
with Victoria > ptrhap |J mosj jmj^"SllaSl' Interrupted play lorclni the play- ", -!, look back Us ba't l^" Buenrnw won1 his Unit ran- m r el there was lapse or more
., t.i the west Indies. 1 u m.iK< crs l(J llie pavilion on several oc- -or t, '.
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mo...... bulging win "ii "'
1 '
.., ....... pav
10 ihe West Indie, a ehunie MloB,^ At ln, dri
v r.f the Second Te.1 m.tch plckwlck had -co
, .. los> ol 8 wicket*.
,, l.l 1., w,n Ihi. game but Mill holC the
,.,w . l.,l. ijtar js tonic rjlc Edwgrd,. . ol their
.....,.,l will have been achieved opening batmen an 1 ChMhe T.y-
,1 .. .....ably lar Irom completion ha. |or . wcn, ,n B: ,p ,ai| ol the
,., X-d '..".. llcUUh elecllon probU. lor .kipper John ,,, ..,, ,. mcni ,,.
,......' "" "*"'""" ""'" Taylor got nine b,,. larle. during __
m lot Ihg moom k-'iii. ^ the Inning, vhile E-lward. got .lx. ^j),^
than 10 veai. Who Won tht '. rvclilng vear.''
To name Ihe ngjoflls toe) ... . BUky, DikMT, NOU Sweep' K. P.
TWO TEST CANDIDATES
. I ,!... land hope InM Kei
llo lb. I.mellgh- lorTe.t -Mrlle
i
A.M- I
,. Tlv Vh h.t 'here was sJ b-wler ^ A. Br.nker got I
. ,,,,. moved op from number eight in the bo llBJ r. a. Airtin and fj /
ultlU. , l(p, |hi innings In place of one of the two Bo! ,or S0 and 24
E. S. Branker
agful l>-wler in. Y.M.P.C. He
pturod 4 wiekel let 24. while
for 14 and
Archer each
ipectivcly.
for 30, and resuming with C. Amey.
^VEm^STU d. ad * Wanderers on the first day and p,lor vXCUSC foi ln^ir flll|lir ai, hJl5 ]U!tt cnough Irulh ,n, ,
U. part of the second day. scored mnk(. lhe unw;MA ri),1(i. ,. 1(vm,l(llll, UJ l5 IrUc, died voung and
259 runs and skittled out police on Footpad ul t was a trr*oh had to provu
the second day for 46. Police him .elf flnt ami thi n. w hi ..n t !.. v.-i k. ..| i.ui. cams to an untlmcU
followed on and by time of call end But what ibOU. tbi OthOTI ThOJ ill lived Ul npe <,ld age?,
that day were 55 for the loss of 4 there were Ju^t as many mares as Ihei.- had be n in Quick Match '.
Police occupied the day and lownrdl tin and "f Um imuti of .some of them there wrr.
wicket all day yesterday, wit'i the )t"*t as many marcs at there were in OTtW day In fact, both K.P
exception of some minutes inter- " mp ion by rain, and took their Bachelor's Tut was the unl> one of them who produced a creo*t.W|aC
iuI Mishu'
and Stollmeyer
openers. Rac or Stollmeyer.
,. i.y that both Rickards
should be pUrad thin this meant that both Rn
would hf. dropood and a completelv new pair of
Ma Mai !fll pro-sed Into service.
Following 'his theory It w- ihen ''Wt^Jn, _5^"
might be given a rest if Rickards and Marshall were pi,
...Irr. mOSt hkeU Jones. DO SSK Wd t
Well the Victoria match hns complicated the
extent that my bet Is that John Goddnrd will take w
lrim 1(1 (ll( b:it, m ,he tecond Test match as that which playe-
In the First Test match.
f opening botsmen HARRISON COI I.KGF.
combkkm'-:rf.
ed an.l
i his stead.
Tlieories to the
with him the same
aces in the imported clsiaei, Rev nanM wss absntagjlo and iJm
stood head and shoulders above anything else produced bv the same
*lre His next best was Bachelor's Fort who won the Breeders' Stake*
and Derby and was later promoted to C class but did not race therein
lA/HO were the sires who were O.T.C.'s rivals both here and in
T Trinidad during his entire career at stud? I have named some
of them already but here Is the list of the more important one*
Bachelors Tut. K P.. Sunwave. Tom Pearson. Sunplant, Restigouche.
Young Native. Mill End, Foxbrush, and Bailie Front. Now
Comb-rmrre
wlrkets
I6f :! for t
St
to 199 for 7.
Yesterday's wicket wu not
much affected by the rain. Wander-
ers took the field without Norman
Marshall who played on the other
two days. II. Toppin was their
most successful bowler in the m<_
second innings, taking 5 police Fiotsii
Tflwhlch'were\nardUs VJSrhJ !! 'S rMS"nahlf> W *"> O.T.C. was living at a Ume when the,.
f which were maidens. K. Atkin- were more and better mares to lx- found in the B W.I. then so were hi
Harrison College
eta ,1-, i,i
fo-
*lek-
son got I for 66 and I- Gri
1 for 34
116
B.C.L. vs. KMPIRK
.'.** -.*.*.**.
.*.--.-.*.-.'.' *.*.
SAMK TEAM FOR SECOND TEST
riade this statemtnt'
1951 RACING SUCCESSES
include
Isle ol Man T. T. Races
Ulster Trophy
British Empire Trophy
Daily Express Production Car Race
Le Mans 24 Hour Road Race
The Alpine Rally
R.A.C. Ulster T.T.
IT f*.l YS
Idge rivals. Therefore let ui examine the record, ol thew sires during
lhe years 193B (when Iwgflgoneht'i progeny first appeared) to thw
The mut outstanding Creoles during this period include the fol-
lowing: By K.P.:_Donny Boy. By Foolpnd: Bucc.neer. By Beni-
IME cricket maun between ,_,._,_ .................... jg pauclie:MInnehaha, Cold.tream Arrowhead. Belledune. Groonwoorl.
Combermere and llarnson College E_,lr, ,, wt|_, Seaw-ell. Examiner and Wjlercre... By Ton. Pearaon: Hass T.flore
k.i whlch wa. played .it combermere. By ^anplanl: Maid of Honour Sam Lord, Sweeper. Sun Bird. The
WHY have I made this statement For the simple reaon tnai cnfled yesterday IB I draw with THE B.C.I* batsmen found Gambler. By Summit.."Pippin. Jack Frost. Bv Bachvlor'$ Tul-
llr.t the odd. ..re in favour ol Bae's service, bring rctain.il since Harrison College gelling 'hree themselves In grc.1 difflcullie. Gleneagle. By Mill End:-Harvest Queen. Brown Bread and Brown
left ,rm nuclimtf hat.man is an assel In Itself. Secondly Jeffrey p)0|nta for a first innings lead, ugainst Empire's medium purer. Boy. By Flonar.i: -Jrtsam. Ugan, Ocean Peail. Sailoi'. Fun. By
i...H..'..... wh.. is 2* not out seems lo be niching his belt form gnn H.rflson College who had scored on a fast wicket at B.nk Hall '"'! Allcl:Whitsun Folly By Young A'ulii c. A.iv.. n. ... Bv
. ..rr-ev siollmoci will oii.1 any other right hand boUma. ,gg ,, m u^i, , |nnmg, ln yesterday and were all out lor 30 '!o,do"-r-*ndy- Bv '"""' r'"' *'"'"' Belle V:... !;.-1- Will Olhr
.,,I.,.,,, the W SdU. team lor the role ol opening batsman ., 1o 189 , orl oy Com- run.. None of the baurmen reach- '>>' By Burning Bouj: -Bow Bells. Of the above U.ei arc uuiMeen
\t, .....,........... u ,,....,,,lional opening batsman since 193* and brrmerc on the first day of play, ed double figures. Eight runs by "no won in the Imported classes.
__i i ih, o.st will ive hlni the edge over any other earrtod Iheir score l 116 runs lot c. Chandler seas Ihe highest In- ..., .T S i I*1"* T?' """ I"0'" oulslandiiig I.y o T c. lhat I can
' . 7^^!!. rJ ai,r nine wicket, declai.il yc-.'^rday. dividual contribution One of Ihe Ih'nk of olT hand are Telephone Girl. Bcllcplain. Tel,...,..... Sundial.
nd Te.1.
lomplished thr
Hrtiil mi .1 .oimIim tliiM. iiii.tltn,! ----.a'T V "".'I---------7 '" ".v. "'-. P"o"uii ""ui .u-A remaps i may have missed
who went at number ihrer oosilioii for Wi Ho bo.,,,,, ,, over> ln. cul ono or ,wo do , d>lm ,ha, ,h. tM tl ^ B ,
In lhe balling order lor H.rrison ciudm, 2 maidens. far wrong .nd give, a dear cnough picture to .how lhat In hi. time
By the close of pl.y Empire h.d O.T.C was by far the leading sire of them all.
scored 19 runs without lo...
and
BUT let u. depart In
glorious chapter, that O.T C.
'"' "cj~t.h *v" ..-.. ........... u, win i 0 Buccan
bmitn wcre maiden.. II. Barker took 4 feat in 1940, O.T.C. produced about V) JAMAICA PBEFARKS tmUmTSS, lor hCTn "^ -"* ^"M ""' ln" -'"', '"" r '"?' d <"im ""' "" "" """"
IVtEWS Iron. J.iin.'Ua is to the nlecl tnal .nlrty-one player. h..e Co,|egc. top-K-ored lor his team
N ben invited 1" lako parl .....rganisd practln In prcpuralion wlth sj whilc A. Alleyne wa. not
ihe forthcoming tournament with Barbados next year out with 2 runs ,,. 0 M Robln,n
This news, coming., tl has ... hr wakrol lh. ' ___ Hunle hav. conlnbul.d
Boi......f ItanMginiol "I >hr Barbados Cricket Ass.- latiun to nv.le , , ^rformance lor each.
Jamaica lo play two live day games between January I. and January cmbermere wa. given by Skipper Ram ,,, player, to Ihe
zft ,, important. .,.. Grant who ended up with a-
In lite Or.l place it means that Jamaica should be lit a position .naiyll, o( 26 overs, four maldeni
to ecepl this offer as Ihey have been preparing lor some time. ,2 run, lluc ke imer-
The ssreod ,onsidcr,.tion II lhe la. V that il the tournament lake. colonlal pace bowler Frank King
pl., , middle January lo lh. and of January. .1 will * ok ,w wlcket, fo- 28 run. and
naid.hln. on II"' -lectr." would bi UM case if thr tournament Mr s s (U) 1|n,h,.r bowler
......,.,l lor late Feb.......... M IP* .1 I.- I"-'! suggclrd In some ^ ^ ^ckn ^ run>
''**H'ih.kY.on"'i',','i'i'ri.k.i ll...i,I ,.l Control .ccopb Ihg Invitation to W,.M ,,,,. ,,|.IV -,.,,-t.-,i yesterday
pig) In January Uu-n lh. 1...11 ilo Ci li ki I l(tborBlag must ol once lhe wi.kel was laklng I llllle turn
pavilion on .bout three occasions
during the m.tch.
TO SA 1 ($**<>)
r*S+'S*'S&**,**+'*'**&&**f*&'*'^S*****'*^<
,..-.lt bU'Ming a team t< meet Idem
99XXJCT PLAYERS EARLY
TIIEHE will be no point in asking fourtoen players or so to bo
readv to give of their best in representing Barbados again"
Jamaica with I lOTtol*. .-oethm, ^SSJfSSL^ai
The 19M season is almost through and the Selectors have been
afforded the opportunity of se*4n| lhe local players In action Ther^
33 be lOfn. pnmount-,me,u iOOg that the leeted *****"
w.ll know that tbe> must continue even light training durrng the
New Year's holidays and also be warned that they
must make the necessary arrangements for leave etc.
Thirtv-one cricketers are coming ondSf the su|*rvlslon ol the
,,,eket e.rclc, now. These are I- E. Saunders Jnr. A. P. Blnns fc.. S.
- ,. include mimes th 1 .re .veil kJ -wn m IntSJW^onli]
Kentish, Neville Bont'.lo. L. G. Cooden. Ceorge Prescod. George
Muilie. S. GtMidrldgc and John Prescod.
THE voice of the West In-
dies skipper John Goddard
will be heard IKK afternoon
at 6.30 p.in in the series of
recorded lnterv.twt with
H Hi' Commentiitor Ernest
Eytle. recorded In Australia
and brought to West In-
dian sportlnx fans by
courtesy of Glll.nte Indus-
tries, London, makers of the
famous Gillette razors and
blades.
U IM I'w.i.i
Br.rr...n b Parkar
Solwr* h rUirli-ir
DcPi-ii.. r Sr-lm h HVUfld*> .
Klrlo-i b Huddor
Chandler c Tvlor I. Rndd*r
i- B> Ruddrr
(i-vddiiii nol i'in
mi ll> Barker
Bi>i>f",ni b Barker
Kuddrr b Ruddrr
Holier* abeani
blra> l I.. 1 i I. I
tatlstles for a while and recall the
. progeny have written on the pages
of West Indian Turf History. Who will forgot the Christmas race
meeting of 1939 when his llrst crop appeared on the Trinidad track"
It was a beginning that put everything else at that meeting in the
shade. First, second and third in the Breeders' Stakes were Belle-
pluln. Telephone Girl and Television, all by O.T.C Belleplain then
id ended up winner of the sweep.
T. -,
If...
I .iiktl.
F.n of wWHeta 1-1. 1-11, 3IS. 411,
-. .'? -. *l I-SS. -. -*>
BOW1JNO ANALVSIS
Ruddrr 1 1 I
i Field S
I ''I ! I- lull
i M Roblnaon not oul
to win two more i
Then came the Oxst Trial Stakes in Trinidad in 1S40. Television
defeated Ras Taffare and she too ended up winner of the sweep at
the June meeting. In the latter part of the year bad luck struck and
pflei winning the Barbados Derb> Television l.rokc down. Telephone
Olrl had already done so and soon Belleplain followed
There was then a lorn , mutic winning bv the O.T.C.s
Rod such as Telephone Girl, Wjir l-.nl. Nylon. The Rasper and The
Ayi.li hoisted themselves up the class ideation ladder. But the year
that O.T.C.'s star shone brightest was undoubtedly 1947 In this year
he not only topped the list of winning sires with the record total of
SS0.614 but four of his best progeny literally took the creole classes
apart between them. They were Atomic II. Pepper Wine. Gun Hill
and Gun Site. In 1948 these same four returned to make their pres-
ence felt in tht imported classes and the last of them is still winning
races In A class to-day.
ny space and therefore it Is not i
classic races which were won by the off-
spring of O.T.C. However, from 1939 to the November meeting of this
ymt he had sired 45 winners of 283 races valued at (296.626.57. With
a new-comer like the two-year-old Dunquerque plus a few of his
older horses which are still running, it is evident that the last three
thousand odd which is needed to make the three hundred thousand
man will easily be reached. Will we ever sec another like him?
1IIAVE already overstepped i
ible to r-hearsc all the cla
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MMDA1 MOVEMBCa J". i'i.i
M NDAV \l>\Ot Wl
Iac.i: iim:
W.I. Dismiss Victoria For 195
NOV. 25 NO. 199 IIP* I ItiiSt
37OIn
2nd Innings
B- IUi:n|'( IMI I
>4
The V k bark at
Victoria '
a^-oThi easel powerful battim shl*
.!i. rram .i I--; :.
wkkcl for lt5 imis
Before clan of < uv. Rac and
toilnwyr had pul on 37 rum
without anv lo." leaving the lour-
lala 72 ah*ad with all thru rlcfcetl
to fall.
I EcJttM cricket
The events of th* day apart tram
Ihr Mow pre lunch partncr'litp be
jy1 i
Thomas wore compounded of ex-
riling erkfcMj of the kind that the
^ UN have managed to in-
trrxlure into every game they have
played ilnce the Queensland stale
natch. This time they seem to
have climbed into a position of
reel itrength. and the promise In
Stollmeyer'a unfinished Innings to-
night was thai he was coming back
Inii* term, and that Victoria will
be set a stiff task fur the fourth
Innings
K.oi.idhin found the wickcl of
no assistance at all. but btfl *]-
lent length brought him three
food wickets Fvrguaon had
Klches of really excellent bowl-
; and with more work to do it
la obvious thai he could devi lop
Into a bowW of real menace.
Prank Worrell, too. was amona Use
wicket*, and after th first wicket
stand uf m alwayi
-r runs until Fl
lined thtin off with a rush.
S R.Mtlllll*
W. FERGUSON
SCORE BOARD

H
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c niMk>-
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Cl-aiH- c O-M-i K'nr I r U jj
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Striking Pom
i.

court i -i.
I
i
One is naturallv cautious after
the manner in Which the Ulaadttl
have wasted good opportunities
before, but It Mf-im to mo that an
OVMn view r,f their last tWO
Sines indicates that one by ana
e team is coining back I
form, and what iv more important
to a realisation that they have
tot to get down to a solid ]el f
work if they ate to be.it thy Aus-
tralians in iha Tci match"
evtn Slate (MM
Nob. their
but oric b:>v doubted i eHoug- i
ness of purpose. Then
a "holiday" approach to the game
which was doomed from the start
when applied to cricket In this
country
n.*. is., us > rata
I '.....

1 'lIAI.kM

n King .- Anift b r iiu-H..
oat >tpd > a

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I
H
kNAI.rtll
I
ll.....
Foaf.
S,l.tl>.
mri
I n kwlt
kuii k .. v.x.r.t
i.-iiii.t
DranMcr i
P-. Mr.
Entr
Total
, ii..i
But now, nftcr the fourth in-
nings fight against New South
Wales and today's penetrating at-
tack on Victoria, one Is encouraged
to suppose that the players have
at last realised just what they are
up against, and in my vtew, Um
results are encouraging. Austra- d
lian batsmanshlp has known itself Havn*-* su>i once again to be ut that low level Harold Har*e*
where it has been floundering un-
certainly since the retirement ol
Bradman The West Indies have
every chance to win the Test
aeries, and judging from their most
recent displays In these two State
lames. 1 think we '"ay hope thai
they are getting into mat
mind that can carry them to suc-
cess. A hint of the reward that
waits them was in today's crowd.
Forty thousand paid 4 000.
(\.\nii Ki \ rot n i
VMnn> i-1 UMMOS
I il n i-t iv -is. -
I-..... ' >** hoi
i i .i, i, ii taajMi
C ni.K.i-N -U-.I wpr Knowlr*
i> h rp.ii
Bfa .. pnm "
i .. a I
V Pa***** < OraanldBr h

I i vet-Day Jests
lo Brighten
Cricket
lM nig talk cuke- .
ftWiaol
* hj re we io n ,*,
- a hub the Indiana
ext suin-
N ttingham i) left oul
tests. Leeds and M m-
cshaater one each,
arrange-
e giann
* l.v liiit-.-liss power- .

against Au:n ,,
r Akj.. | ;, /ealanderi
rc nan gsjo *- ,,[.
1
very creditably, all of th,:T1 (>ur
visitors protested at tW l
Becnntrs l>rear\
Jhw^.''T-f ~^* w *"
Ind-ans Test* of ..
' i i.i
ihn of ib..
v t*i fl uith AfHeanj Uat
rummer vm had Ibsj full pn>-
r-amme of flve. with flvc day.
Hotted to each. Enghrd won
i I*: one, with .me
drawn.
a all Test
-atches four days and have five
i them whoever the ,
'f '. Ten mat
fOUl dayg it usually
Itirj u nnt to bi-
irth plarlni
I#r u, treat all ,. oppooanbl
as first -elas. Thai niu-a-
I invariably are.
FnKlih Auta
1 * he Is. the
N.w-l. ..!
<-->med b.iek next gun
'hr: WuroeslersI:. .
rnglish cricket gencrallv^ W||h
extthugiaam.
We hop* that ) 191? h,. iil
l.\"VA.'lai'1'" '-"rlv "
Major M.P.S. Jewel, n ,
' - (.resident told mfl
The Topic
of
Last Week
IIMfMI/f
Aslhma Mucus Slopped
Dissolved 1st. Day n ull(lll
*"tv." iv n I n u
thing, uurnini Smarting of
E c z e
In
i i|ii..l> 1-utl.lnalM
IjUf ih. .iru^ti.t
save*
M.-aifo ii,
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Mm M BrMKkllM In r-.l
ittx-ign >i ma* h* *>'
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iKi \< i* IWSWM la ! r.> l'. aaay
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ToppiK
Seatvell
1951 RIFLE
SHOOTING ENDS

Score**
wi.ht isnirs W haalat*
Kaa b Ring
atollm rs Chambrn b ConMdiiv
RKl>aid> b Johnaon
Worrall c Haaattt b Km*
Manhall c Harvey b Johnnon
Wak-mt b Johnson
Chrntianl t Haaarl Ii Johnaon
l>r|mni I
Jo.i lpd MacDoiuild t. (>
Trim c l-oton b Johnum
ftamadlmi ik.I ..tit
gKliit. .b>e- . lb 2 wiSe 1>
Total
Bowimc AMALTBal
o at
Johnwn It > M
C-dln* ... 10
lanjohnaon l
Lion t I
Jtlnl I' "
viCTOitiA IM Innma.
C I4avl>n"o0 c J. b rirJ^)ii
O. Thon.-. Junr* I. I.iauaoa
Ha*-* 11 lliw b luii-adntn
Harvey run out
J. Cbanilwn. c Ma.-liall b reniuaon
S Ijlun b Ramadhin
Jen Jonnaon Hlullmr>rr b
BsBBSsaaai
Ma.Do.-^l Bin* b Worrell
Cn*Klin* b Worrell
am TrlalSa
A Pincope. II
71 If.f- l-nrrK SI"
. noon*
*ll-l>
** The I9SI shooting
of the Hiirb.iiios Hide
Charl a. G Clarke. w;is ended yesterday
stra.. r Banncu. hy ten-round Hh""!' tl 3'* "n<'
^LVC VfS^!' MO yards. Scores of 48 out of 50
KtnbVrtM .*'. were made by C, V PUaTtin and
M. R. de Verteull at 500 yards.
At 300 yards, the conditions on
the whole were fairly K'""1 Tin-
wind required attention, the light
was variable and tricky. At 500
yards, the gky '-|........were Bat.
attandad bj rrsjiafa sqmills and
rain which gtonpod * ^h<.nng
for sotn i i
A stnit was made at 00 yards
but the game wus soon stopped
VorM by heavy rain and ci>mplete fail-
ure of liaht. The (IPS. for
completed ranges was 100.
The eight host acorea Wfl
We know ..
" '' i..... *** was the
a h] an aakad th.....mm
in, eonumittM lo
4 plying for ng ogiiin."
' From thp tinip when be scored
M ii. i out, r,ff Oxford ngalitat
b) IMI Pataudl has
' M;,tr!y bOOfl I eHcttl UM 0|
* two owntrtaa. In the 1932-S
, lour ol Australia he gflg in tlie
Fnghtnd side, scoring century
hi his first T. |
in 1946. after a long nhsenee
a. and en!v intormittent eriikil. he
rrappeared m Knaiand as eapti
w of the Indian touring side,
a Now. after apparently Iielng
out of the- running* for a place
In the current series In India.
I hi iKHHimeji an "Engll-ih'* player
" a:::nii < hieflj '. , , |,, ;,,,,,
niekn.iT.-d "Tiger.*" U i
hem.
The Nawiib of piilaud
retaining the gtatl
hag -*"-. HO stale to
I'ataudi was nw-rgrv| i
programme nelahbouring East PunJ.b and
Association ,u rufe]. fund ..ccpaK,,,, ln fa.
UWfnoon rfldhta Foreign OflW in New
I>lhl. -T..K.*.
i. J.i
'.hough
ruler.
gi>vern.
i'h Hie
l>aa< Janulee
Alan k.iii.' InM Jm I * On I
i.l I vi i i HI- Hi H W I A
n nunay
tar KlaMaa
1
pl^llllpa. Jenny PallUpS. Il-u* I'hnltiv
Ruparl CUrKe. Joaap
Huh
tar BtllUh 0*
re .l.ln,r.t l. h
I Oala. ia< aooi
-)*> ft
ila floor
Eczema Itch
Killed In 7 Minute
I hum ten i
ama. IVellnR lib '
ngworin. ivi.
i.l-l.a. K..I II. Ii .. .1 Ih.
nta tiv* i
| he! '*
kill ih* rrm tail-*. The n-w ilia.'
> Nil*<-. kiD- II" I i
HUnOtW and la aim nun. l
a B.41. cleai
i>. .., week, or mon- baeh on >.
m|rty packaa*
1-kSf a- HkBftl, _
row aiU.au* I trW w m, Mli

i' aaalv akin dlaaieaarod In )fl
Wi loerx:< aera aoiaaM U U- ID-
-^. 1 *< pibTeaMBi ia ftj tvpearan**."
Sartlifoetia* G.-r-mtftMl
rna^-.i^ N ** " kft>la"l WMM nrjaaa
j-r.c-.E- r*e-srZujts-tS1!js'
IdSa- Look in U*tr
I
tek an M Ir- end o?
made >aur akin
-:'-
i -|UU and .
nM raajpfti i i-i
i-f. baitiina
ia f* BiluuU*. and to
Wsrki Fo.t
ri,lsSnilT;'*ail rn**.SM,*!r 2Lrx >t * "
' .kin. mallei It MflM, ahlUI and ""JV '"* .r~fl* "**" ** **
'i araooUL I* )iMt a < a, iaa aawr ia I* rai.ndad in rail Oa*
. ..n i.h n% thai hata at 1. i i. in* rani CUtaM tadaf. Tba fai
ilk Kaaiaajau ftn baa* twaa tinalft| a*
N...4. for MM

Ai.l In
N.aodo
. (r i

i.i- Daiaetan

i rill ataj
*r (*tal rnihf. Cie.l
Nixoderm
Ti Skin Troubles I
; i
M. .
Mr >.
I:.
G F Pilgrim 04; M POLITICAL MEETING
I'rnm I'age ?
Goveniment should do was t
grunt Daw liiriualrtrs Lneogaa bu
i oncagaloii-.
When ., CuminiUe. a U
pointed b) go into the n.ei i li.m. '
profits, the Commlttea
.lying that In MOM instances i>
.! had been ih.hU. ..ut foi in-
creased profits. When Um rtporl
read at the RxocuUvg Com-
' .. **td*d
m i.h4. .i um
Oaj waair naiiu.a
at "ajral
>lth more reaaon
-en., in (lor*
HUH lwl|. IK pail
sponsored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BREAD
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
-.'.'- V>'W->'^ ***-V*V**-*'**#''
III RRY!
HURRY!!
HURRY!!

llitve you enlered ll
AMMiir.\T TOOra-
PASTK COMFHinONT
If nut. semi in your en I
hi K. K. III'NTK & Ci
LTD.. not later than He
18, 1951.
i..
In Touch With Barbados
CoasUl Station
.... M It de Verteull IH. Cpi V
Walcott 9f; H. S M. Marshall 90:
Lt. Col. J. ConnaU 90\ IUJ01
Warren B8. Cpl C. Knight B8
Coble and Wir*4-*i
BOWLING ANALYSIS
(oIIouIiik ahip* ihiuucn thalr Baibadoa
(oait BWl
8 S Macniia. rorl Townahand. Gram
VoUev. UbraviIrP, Thoninn. Wanda.
l..bra. Imp lUI All.eria. Thall*V"'.
Orion*. Colon, b I*. Urania
AnT.ni. Uraril. ArSenllna. Anron. Orlt n*
CrUloaxI CUidad d* Cararaa. Samana,
MornuKhawk Mmai.ilmn. <
mn Varnpa CiHiOaani. North Slar,
Linari*. H VBtt, Aicoa Holarla. S.iv*r
Walnul. Soul Herri C'ollin.. PtoI*ii. Me-
BMUog IH' I
proflla. For niiir DMmUl
that report and .| not .n 1 0| <>
because we were dctermineii '>
keep the cost of living down vlV
vinced that that wan n.>t
the time to increase the pront..
Mr. Adams told the .
that If they put UN. Dl I
toeiailop into power, the) aaaflil
-*"_ see what would huppen t< then
7.". w fo'' '"'hlng ;.nd other thinga.
British Hc deaU w|lh [hc man|fwto
naB been appointed \,nvny touching on the variou
Service* Director of headv ind loW them that In the
session they pioposed t"
tba Maude BUI first
S.M.O. For B.C.
ifraaa Oar Owa (arra.*i.d.a
GF.OKGETOWN, Nov. 24
Dr. L. A. P. Slinge
Senlor Medical OfflcsT of British
Hondun
Medical
[-rltish Guiana. Dr. Slinger will nex!
be assuming duty in B.G. In March
IBM after tuking leave in U.K. after whlrh they will n.nslde
arvad to si. Lucia and Public iie-tith Bin to bring the
Qranada before British Honduras. ervh-es up to date.
ARE
YOU
SCARED
BY
RHEUMATIC
PAINS?
Mete's the sure and certain
way io conquer them. Rub
SACROOL
ind It's penetrating powers
* ill ait quickly and effec-
tively
KNIGHT- DRUGSTORES
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is
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ITS THE I'KRFECT Pain-rehcv.-r and Infiutfin Cure, put i
form that renders it just right fur carrying around.
And Um rataon WHIZZ is IoU-packd t<> preaarv \U freshness.
You can take it with you in your hand-bag or fob pocket, knowinj- that
when you want it. it's there, clean and fresh, preserved for you in foil.
Just tear off a WHIZZeach tablet is packed icparatelywhenever
vou have a headache or the symptoms of a cold coming on. or in fact for
any kind of pain or influenza signs.
You'll lind it's a marvel. In fact, its a WHIZZ '.
Haaarl can Doctor a Dl.eovory
SlraaiajUaa.. Blo-d Narvai. Hody.
Mmary. Br*l. MhcIm, and C-
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Oparatiaaa.
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ri.h aura htao.1 a>4 lif-r.ll, aaahatj to,
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who hata uaad It u. thai It la lar h-iir.
ll.an a') .-thrr il,.l
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Vl.Taai. haa Ian li.-l h ihouaand- th
AmarU-a aad haa ..M..rJ f.,.,1.. rha'
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l-tinai> na. lhal had rt.t
"I II -
. J ih- .
ad.aCh>h
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Buy WHIZZ from your favourite Drug Store in envelopes aj| two or
packets of twelve.
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*l.*aa ar- not ftl HlMlBiSSl
ii ol> Ki. i...,.-... aKi .- i.,
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and "f > to million
iaa of Ha r.mai hahl* Mtrt-a, Vi TiU
r-, iiuiii>iit> I h> I. .. ,,i. hara tin
a asSwSailM ol i."rl"i aaliala-ikin
I roil nh.-ild nol ..i-i ...fH
I iui llnnahl<- Hnifi ahlch ma, lo
Hani V. Taaa n'.t onl. ha>.
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own ra.li.nler ca* |-ul Vl-Taba i.
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h.aar'oiSf*^r-li',"i"* Ifieafeees ftfaafcaast aavst VHsilr-
YOUR
SHIRTS
PRESENT
FOR THE XMAS
SEASON"
A WIDE RANGE OF EXTRA
SMART SPORT SHIRTS
BEAUTIFUL DESIGNS
ELITE WORKMANSHIP
ATTRACTIVELY PRICED
REMEMBER
UHE"i COLLAR THE WORU)


PACK -I\
SUNDAY ADMXATE
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER tt. _
BAKR\WS AOVOOffTE
- < IM *-.. . IHii"*"*
\u,cmbrr 23. ItSl
I \IIOI It
nfttnmtfoii about
ir in Barbados has recently b-rn
I | [| deals wilh the year 1880 and
is the r1 f the Department of
n il: nf this time lac much of the
InformajUon recorded therein is out of
ipptnctti lo indicate
aAottng labour in 1951. This
Hid one calling for
I report is pub-
re many points otit-
| Repeat winch ourM to be
lered With an eye to the

l of compelling interest is
RATION intheseo-
Inanclal provision. The
impressed by the
.' ,. utment ix-
18 i the sum of
rrent) wont on emigra-
odlcatlon in the re-
i m4m*M curiosity as to
vm spent,
a! the back
.in that 112 worker*
in Curacao
ed Si there is an-
,; thi infonnatitjii ihat a
workers re-
i thai year. This con-
| by another Table
del aiid 74 females
L to tbfl bureau of
lajaaliM during the
IT
: is there any attempt in the report
ti resting fact that where-
, the number o( persons registered, de-
i i ... in 2.051 at March 31st to 1.968
the live register; increased
i ii 31it to 7,432 on De-
| Tins must baffl.? the public,
ibly Li i n explanation
(but it ci.es not appear to be mentioned in
i
much satisfaction be derived
Information that 902 boys and
HI leaving school in 1950
unemployed. Some explanation is
tad KMM indication
i to the public as to the
. unemploym '
-i I) .i lundmnen-
tal impact on those responsible for educa-
tion. Schools cannot continue to turn out
unemployed children at this rate without
-quences to the community as
lot*. Much more information is re-
\ It will come as a surprise to many
: it in the majority of
; n work 72 hour-weeks
|ht and 12-hour shifts. The reason
n not offered in the
bet r stated to be the refusal
ol me men to work lew. This point ought
i made clear in an official report, as it
tential political use. The
\\rh lung hour., nevertheless
ble and some solution
I to be found.
- explicit that labour rela-
| . improved. "There has been a
i 'owing confidence
b both i tnploytn and
Iffll their full
Some employers it is pleasant to note,
kda available such welfare
iities ns cool drinking water, cloak
feeding arrangc-
h room1;, lirit a:l equipment,
racK -' bicyclee, ventilatora ana
Bui ....re is a serious warning lo em-
'.!. is p qravc lack of pro-
; i tle workers in most work-
the report unfortunately
.:!- pri It4 ve measures
md when they are most
altsMl it describes
people were killed on varying
jobs.
More Information might also have been
MO persons out of a
: workers' had received nous-
lt the end of the year. Was this
axplanatfon is offered.
ommeiit is made about
ude noticed among
sorrv vho have returned from
work abroad it is "their apparent and ex-
t.i return to work
to W . been accustomed prior
- eir emigration abroad." This com-
ment is the Icanl when it is re-
membered that earlier this year Govern-
ment heavily subsidised temporary
work* : > America, and that on."
thousand of these have alread> returned.
I -t this it must be noted that
. as continue to remit
money for the support of their families ;>.nd
the department helps women to obtain
- rom thoae who naglect this duty "
report sums up pithily the lack of
vunty measure*:
provisions for unemployment r-
. except in so far as the
activities of the Friendly Societies migt'
be said to provide a limited amount of
sickness benefit' It is possible to continue
in this strain at greater length, but enough
surely has been said to show that the re-
port of the Labour Department is a valu-
able document, limited m its scope and
severely limited in the light it throws on
the unemployment situation, hut basic to
an understanding of Labour problems and
management It deserves a wide circula-
tion.
MaaUff
PEOPLE in the Weal Indies who have
grown accustomed to hear without flinch-
ing, the dreadful news about the diminish-
ing meat ration in the United Kingdom
now have unwelcome food for thought-
There is grave danger of the West Indies
being unable to purchase meat at prices
currently offered. All over the world
there is great shortage of meat and Aus-
tralia and New Zealand for reasons of
currency are regarded as the only possible
large scale suppliers of meat to the West
Indies at present
But Australian prices are now reaching
a level which no importer in Bridgetown
can contemplate with an easy mind. Roast
beef is being retailed in Barbados today
at 48 cents per lb. But roast beef, now
being offered to Barbadian importers from
Ausliaha will OOfl 94 eents per lb. landed
in Barbados. Stew beef which is now being
retailed at 36 cents per lb. in Bridgetown
is being offered by Australian exporters
at 58 cents per lb. landed cost in Barbados.
In Trinidad the price of frozen meat rose
last month by ten and eleven cents per lb.,
but the prices now being offered to Bar-
badian importers for next year's meat are
fantastically high and no one can imagine
that local meat importers can afford to buy
much meat at these inllatcd prices. When
it is remembered that the private import-
er also sells to the Government meat mar-
ket the gravity of the meat situation can
be more easily understood.
The rise in Australian prices is due to
a variety of reasons of which Australia's
active immigration policy and increased
wages are two of the most important. Any
beef that Australia can spare for export
must be sold at high price* since there ||
a heavy internal demand. But knowing
the reasons for the inflated prices ut which
Australian meat is now being offered will
not help the West Indies to solve the prob-
lem of procuring adequate supplies of
meat.
how can this be done ?
As far as Barbados is concerned there is
only one immediate action to be taken.
Everything must be done to increase the
supply of meat obtainable from local
livestock. The most hopeful source of meat
is from local sheep. If the Agricultural
Department can secure adequate stocks of
unit-worm drugs which can be made avail-
able at the lowest possible prices to sheep
keepers, the output ol local mutton can
be doubled, if not trebled.
Sheep farming is possible in certain
panshe.. ul the island on a fairly large
scale Rabbits, kept under control and
not allowed to damage ground crops, will
also provide meat at reasonable prices. On
the sugar plantations there is also scope
for increasing the number of steers kept
lor beef.
None of these immediate actions will
succeed unless successful marketing
arrangements are made at tlie same time.
But there is no reason to believe that big
importers of meat would not co-operate
with local meat producers.
The fact must be faced however, that
there is a limit to the "self-feeding" policy
Barbados can fellow. More meat
can be produced locally but not nearly
enough lo satisfy demands.
Where can it be produced?
In Nevis. Antigua. St. Lucia and the
Grenadines.
Other West Indian islands are not sub-
ject to the great land pressure which dis-
iinguishes Barbados from other South
Caribbean islands. St. Lucia has thousands
ol acres of land suitable for cattle farming
and it is estimated by experts that some
15.000 acres m St. Lucia, the Grenadines.
Nevis, Antigua and the Virgin Islands
could be devoted to growing cattle for
slaughtering.
Il is considered that land could be
acquired and stocked at between 25 and
CSS per acre and an approximate annual
I of meal from 3,000 acres would b,
of the order of 100 short tons. Should
15,000 acres be gained for cattle farming
the British Caribbean islands would be
able to produce 500 short tons of meat per
yaafi
There is no doubt that with increased
local "self-feeding" policies and with pro-
duction of this order within the Leewards
and Windwards group of islands, that the
threatening shortage of meat in Barbados
could be alleviated if not entirely reme-
died. There is no doubt either that funds
qould Im* made available to assist an enter-
prise that is so necessary and so urgently
required. But no time can be lost in im-
plementing these policies. It is now. m
the present, to-day that the danger of less
meat is threatened To wait until the full
ta of meat shortage has been felt
FOR FINEST
CHRISTMAS CARDS
Call and Select Early from
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NOTICE I
From 1st December. 1951 our HARDWARE one
$ UMIB DEPARTMENTS will be closed for breakfast
I Iroin 11 a.m. to 12 noon except on Saturdays when we
-; will be open from 8 a.m. lo 12 noon. Will all rusfom-
v en. please note.
I
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:
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THE HIRF.I.INO HirEPHL
I (1827-1910).
ONE HUNDRED YEARS
IIY JOHN B* LTOX
Fittingly, towards the does i :, .u, a bs forced lot i ''Hal n natural as against what
. ! tival of Britain there v IV. nor m the period we devised, the name Intense
. onions in London Whl could Whistler, feeling for detail, the same de-
ad British architecture and H Nunolson or Hrr.rv Moore or throncmenl of taste by pusaioo-
:aimini( Since the Great abthlbl- Dt ww m. ny ale eonvlction. is ihere in All
ion of 1851 Though both treated w, ys ! arcWteet '- >" ' "arati tilea and
i period in whuh there are m u of the s-yle-' was at .i<- *hmy granite column*. It* gxatm*
larnllel dm)......MMsta In Iha rwe height which owed iiothmg '" 'lpcr pattern* in coloured brick,
irts, the methods of the preconceptions; n> stiffly foliated capitals and its
ghlbttli "1' lii Kmc's Cross Station, and th.- exterior of common red brick,
).., Ihoidrt-rt Year* of Bf tasiON and market vio*entty banded with black.
iKMfecltir* (organised by the ni,|!s wh,ch miKht be called the This Is no piece of antiquarian-,
loyal Institute of Brlti.h Ar.Jii- ,. [ Victorian faith, lam or scenic decoration like Bar- ,
ects) demonstrated, by ph'rto- -p... ,.nfuaion of events i* per- ry and Fugln's Houses of Parlia-
nd .irchilocts' drawing too close for us to be mitu, but the sudden blooming
he significant trends of stole :.mt 1(l ^^h ,np definition that ol an early Victorian style.
Uhlan in a century of great ls mK^t^ Too much, especially The new style of the flfttM was
ichlevement. In Ten Decode* of lboil, IhP mlddie of this period, not lovable, and it can give no
Jrirlsa Taaiv the Institute jf Con- f_( ftf- q, Pi>vnter. Leighton nnd sensual pleasure. But. if we leave
Arts had a subtler Ai--a-Tadema is altogether be- Turner and Constable in their
id out -vmpathie* It Is only isolation, it can move us. more
t mtU that taste has been than any product of the preced-
hrougli a hundred yeara'. toa t. .,, tu f(M.u, on the Pre- l"g twenty years, more than
ntrodurtory note to the cat plltes An imaginative Klty. Wilkic, David Cox, or even
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tlva laSOs were a part la now, than tlie structural and Imuglna-
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nf distingui>hmg between .;,( niCantnB. uf the English tradl- son
Burterfteld's influence
ni> the "Pcctai rhl, TT)nM surprising tiling about wide, but allliounh. uniii the
" * l'"" n.iphaelite movement Is of the IHth century, British archl-
'' i. appearance In fun cecture led the way in every
rch/. it was rhc debt of the Pre- itrluUcetJ opposed to techmc
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aSOa that the Ioiik iu .... Brotherho^l to the -development, the some note of
as, aRer nearly -on , Narareti well known conviction does not appear again
.ornnarlwin of Holman after the early seventies. The
i- [lo and fsnbclln or I'le-ltaphaeliies even sooner laps-
rU of Rmk.n (both ed from honest realism Into suc-
f 1RS3) with Tirin'i'- H"f F.'Miy ceatftll banality and sentkmental-
- (about 1857* bv Wll- ity. and were superseded by the
,.. who met the Nazn- 'high art' of G. F. Watts and
a student In Rome and Lord Lelghton. 'I paint ideas, not
irei tf them, elves the objecta," said Watts and It was
Raphaelite origin- nat until the appearance of Slck-
:v, hu the Nazarene ert that English painting recov-
r>f Durpose nnd faithful- ered contact with the reality of
..'<- > deUril hot he hns none of 'gross material facts' which Ho-
-Ftnpi>nrlire passion and garth had cstabllrshed, and Eng-
inMstence on absolute accuracy as |ih painting at its best had main-
an* to r^nrhing absolute mined. If there Is one lesson more
.- unwinking intensity of than another to be learnt from
the cnide and sometimes these two exhibitions, It is the
in- part of a pro- mutability of taste. The visitor.
tet wh *\ Dree, who belonged chastened by the spectacle of
to an older ccnendion. could not, fallen u-pu tat ions, will approach
<*#>** DINNER
; <*si4s>
'JACKETS
.
1 at ,*w
ubaequent Interweavtnj
i'
owed. In Ten Oerudi's on
as maiif '
-parniclv. with its own V* '
tfroni Thai is a aiavuii k
loveinents overlap
hb vital and the effeta gi
ed Impartially, wtj
gaiajde, Hm perrigtano
rc-Raphailite inflnein-f.
Ito the 1800s; ail I
i BngMefc ...i dub i '
RfKi*. -,'ni- it xtiii Una)
-alls of oenterapoi u
4oat exhlhlHons, ia dulv
-corded in the 1940s. In ord-*i
tijiipen out ;
ide
llatORlH
epKomnct
(>f 1M1St
in be
ill evid-nt svmnnthv with his own decade with cautfon. But
: The realisation of the trate.lv "f le human situation, the cam of . Ht 1>ert dull smoothnea* ther
hem must warn him that the
, ni'i*, wi, aii i"i uuji j...^-^......^ iiivii >>ii^a. *,*! mi nidi itix.-
Iplessness. Ud I -' n no*- if ,riin.ers \\^ Macliw, I^slle depths of experience are not af-
nd roott in the Bngti.'i artil lit
radWon hnve amvn a ei
itensc n< the yean hav
| (o ny where, altk ' i I
irehtteeture or psdnUng dtirini
hi 1 hundrr"! venrs the Eng-
lish artistic tradition resides.
A literary biasthe i
toryis. It Is often said, rhrirnc-
eristic of British Art.
xhlbitions provided ampl
H i o| ihis, for
eveh of "eood painters like Wilkie 'good taste', ami that ther
fur Wilkie. not Tomer, was then be no compromise in these mat-
lodki I oa as ihe preetest painter tPrs If one can generalise about
an English tradition, it may be
* said to reside in a love or IoalllJ.
T*ie Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood of gross material fact', rather
was founded In 1848. In 1850 Wll- than of ideal beauty, which must
liam Butterfleld heeim " build his derive from past achievement.
church of All Saints, in Margaret
B i. Street, i^ndon. Just as much as The cBtaiogue, one may feel.
-'r.-iphaelite challenge, it ivaa misiakni insayhigof tl
sat a calculated attack on the sent dayth.it a *nosU|sJa and
!t of the monotonous Georgian London that desperate attempt lo tlnd roots
Ui. 1 kiS oTliTical wial i-"-al urrounde.1. The battle of style, in the English artistic tra-
,2us SLait tsjd in the total Uiiion' has grown more intense
. Ii,. ,1 .7-1',. V, *, U '. v < revived Go-.hic. at least bi Graham SmherlaiicTs de%-ei-
ShLLft or mo e-hS ftlr enWches. and But'eriteM. who opm.-n-. for example, the phase
JESuS^fiS^Vh S^SSiVr? * rh,,,Tn bullder sh:,rwI ,h" lf r*mantte landscape with its
id..7i..he took.. of H*h Cburch mcn allu,lon IO Palmor' lonfi !lnco
'KM there was High Churoh was the only style appropriate to Sutherland. n discussing the
Tothir bv Butterfleld the. e wm OsrtaUao building but he had poetry of palntlnf. said 'Often
-w Church GOl & ' lno antiquarian outlook what U meant by poetical paint-
Mn was aristocratic Elizabethan f his arcat predecessor in revtv- ing shows itself variously in. say.
i s.lvm there was demoeratk cd C,->tlilc. A.W.N. Pugln. who a love of the ideal, a transtlgur-
-tha'n i>% Kendall ihere w believed in adherence to the ing and melancholy light, an mni-
Itnllan bv Barry, then piril as well a- to the letter of nous overtone, or a forced at-
ItaUan b) Mh ill medieval prototypes. No mosphere or fantasy. No, 1 mean
mill nwn In painting, from ': .oubt there is medieval precedent poeiry in another and greater
to paint- for much of Butter field's detail, nense poetry which enlightens
r-lournalislK like Frith, the Or) bltt the way in which it is used the siKiiihY.Mio- and nature of
was the important thing. is as new and as contemporary things. Poerry also which maki
But lo uaatlHH 'he Enslt^ o the 1850s as the paintings of things hold more than their ong-
tadition as rc-odim; |n love >r 'lie TTe-Raphaelltes or the Writ- inal meaning, and which defines
mecdotc or 'enl f<>r a cause v of nirkens or Emll Bronte, their charri.-tcristic of the English
too slmpl- neihinB of the same love of tradition
BY THE WAY ... By Beachcomber
THERE used to be a mnn at ihc
under the Pyrenc
his head
tea on his ear. He dc'<
hubby by savins "A fellow meat
"hie"' He ought to meet
the golfer who is in (rais.tr in attempt tr. walk bBWfcwartil

.listance of fifteen miles, Cornell.,
I Tiberius .
Gracchus, once, accorrir
I, " ilk-
over the Milvi.m Bridge to d*-
of se'f-
j control. II uceeeds hi
his atten Inleodac-
! with our bark.
ttjpek it backwards the wrong
\/ay round the course. After tha*
ilk sideways from SsMB-
baa Mallet to Scdgemooi
Hurmn ('" ttmmtimia
Ml Tm Hat, b Blastu 18
*( Saw, run out. 8
Wa Ta Baw, lbw To
Therescu
Tut Tut, not out...
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9
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. 4
Total (3 wickets l 144
Fun ul Ha Opi-m
NOTHING is more irritaUng
to an audience at Mie opera
. One moment. As this is I
Wednesday, could we not have
a capital O for opera? We could"
Good! Opeia. then. Nothing
annoys an audience at the Opers
more than lack of co-operation
between the orchestra nnd the
>ingers,
Prod.!"*.-. Why not another
capital O for Orchestra?
Mpasl/: Certainly not. I am
Ing I don't want the 0'
to glee out before we get to
Oakham.
A music critic said the other
the conductor "secured
* WOrhlnf agreement between the
orchestra and the stage." This
liided the
cast not to sing "Madnme Butter-
:' while the orchestra was play-
ing "Paust."
pi a* -toflit
A COCKTAIL
IS RIGHT...
blended with
Goddard's m tm Rum


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ELECTORS COULD ILiVE TURNER
OUT LAST GOVT.
ADAMS SAYS
thi-ni wfo political
I lilt)

pioneer industries and Mid 1ti.it
unemployment In ihis island wu
election naliees the
' i.....m ha evei had olvi mil then
i.i i.l ihe Barbadot Labour Part;
political me* 'S2
eld for the purj m >1 dei lai li Ihe Uon, bui thai i
Mr. Ad*l Hlull i"ii-
' be- wh.ii he term..! lonw
.
< be or Oppoelttaa. When a man made ',"','' 'y':
i frilly tin.- tn--.
' I lining anything
niuBtrici
was said lh.it Jamalra and
Trinidad had gut ahead of Bai-
CONORATU1.ATIONS B tt> l,rih t.a.l, Ual rr BoniUeH Baby
shake* hand* smb. Charles Anthony McKutta who took the Crown
from hn ycvtirday at the Cow and Oate rompoution at 11
13-Moath-Old Crowned
Bonniest Baby Of 51
n HON^ i .
of Da::.
L> Road, SI wilcl
mimi.iI Com & Gate
held .11 tbt Hasl i ;:< ki y itarday
.
I to reeeivi
irnod ;hi,i
it.
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The hi area
. i ., k and thai U afu i.....n had turnod
n m thr-n
| ,. 10 I n tl a ornp tlon m.i.i.ii
and Fourth CoMpttNloa
Aftei the in d '" n ike mi fool trao
won recalled I ,
ti nu \i. i U i potlUora
' -.. "mini. Richard ere ap|)i>(i<>ted.
D ond a boll .. ,.
month-old I a of Mi It. N h-n"" "" '" '
Tumor. Colonial Becretar* and '"*' con* <" " '"" .....''
hi Tumor of "flovonnah rl-v i" h l,f * w">^ <""*
Lodge". Garrison, SI. Michael |v. th" y.,: ...nip. UI1..1, ha* own
koon nd Um i
.Malami Amorooi /one*, Fourteen loo CommMtoo roportod that it
and ,i ho ( ownth-old ion >( at< i - .-ible to
KoDOfoi of tha re led the twelve boot bi photo*
'heat re and Mr*. Jones, graphl and tin f 00000000 lOOtOOd
thud. Monrooii nfoeli who hare cunipoloil 'or the
dauahtOr <>f Mr. and Mrs. Neville title Tirilnltll lluhy of 1051"
N'*l. of "Gibraltar" J ion."
Lund. St. Joseph. Harold David <>.., mi always haa been t
on of Mr. and Mr*. Har- |.,mo^ ,h(. welfare ol babies of
Worthing. Chrtot Church, and ., been conalde:

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.
row aupporl ivaiise I
I i | 1MK1
:--r mom'
ii x riy i
a* an r "*!*- rloar

in the

Mr. tl ninth uliowd th-1 the
(land opooAod LToraj man wl

from the

(hOy -.1. 'i I .
. could put i
their I'IikM boteO '
Klnidon. Govorrunonl
conceMloiui th*t would roUovo
\nm attuaUon Ihofti high
UVtOOjL
w*
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Well Belmv.ll
i ,i, mre raoklai bui }" " * ahead or a..-
.' ."SJw'.SS.rJ"!.-.!
ISout.'i Aft
1 I .r :: I
>' moot. wont.
i of thli S"""* f *** statements made by

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won .. to to reck-
i i some to L*na
..,. [i i.mh.1 the duty of the Labour
M
,1 [mod by the olnor Id*. There
no regulation, rule, i
Hi
Oovornrnenl party or any exempli
e are too apt to be to olhcr pnr|y mu,t ; a[ u ., man!- |
would go to St. Kitts
tuple reaaon thol there
>v;is .i biger population.
thai it i
not right dm tax con-
Induottieo, it dot
not benellt a new Indu&tis to [Ol
fritm Income t;iv wb*n
I now Ilka \<> tain
..runty t. thank hUl Hart
i [or having mi kind]
:i |n
.. aod Dootoi adio have
how, i
I '
>( Mr. Frank (it.uiiiiim vim


.. to thank the Advr*r.ue
Ltd.. luibedo*. lb
nd oooryooa orho
; hm p!M-i .i part in the *iaging
1 m l;,:,v'i;ll,:I;"'"l,,m"
lino rlarrlf, Balrioy Ann At
mil. Cedrk Holder, Eunice Ann*
The JudgM took about ton nun-
utes to make their decision.
Meanwhile as the judge* huddled
! everal of tha corrti
tonti kepi the ipectatora .'it. d
U rnado friends with in .
ill h.
apace available for than to wal
.ti. they behavetl VOI
well.
* j!
The Other < untestanta


.i. bora because he woulo
:. One member of Uk . ,,;,. || ,,, Kngland.
aromani countries who
( others had followed him. hod taken hints from the book
lo tall you it li not aood -- ------- rrltter, by Professor Aithu,
in Unriutov ,.. ( tJ)at bf)ok
11 -v own wuh anyo hr ,Hld thnl lh).
In the world when it comes to
ncafr, Wilmo Thoi
inn Hlack.
tit the CK

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r apon had spoken
.mri refreshments were
Ibo Polioa Band
ipplied
"lusic.
Altai Ino
announood, Mr. Scott, wfe
A w s<-utt. Introduced
J. W. P. Harfcnora, wife of CD. '
At W's Modkal Adviser who pre-
entod thi .
Young Charles was t ik< S>rnrodOd0 and Mn. N. G.
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thrtf oaci m
LaarM I'-.
Onnt LM
ll Ktncb ) Cb ltd
(sau a Cat Lb*
fr.OOtf t/m. ACTIO\
\tr\tysTB.G. SKW&APMM
NOTICE
RRtrlllM. > I \ 11IIN
111 IAIT-IM III ,. II M |
nd ir.nn LTi'ni.
Gelling Up Nights
Makes Men Old
af aataa, |KN aad '
4rri
Ihurjl
nlril Sui*r CWW
^ tat tot.
it. B.W.I.
Hr-t-4lnc
GEORGETOWN Mov. 21
An action claiming f'.OOO dim-
a|4?a for allpfed libel haw bmi fli**t
against the proprietors and editor
if the DmMj Ariaa* by Mi. C. B.
Jacob. Georgrtown Biiiinfimin
ami labour toader.
Ap,.licalion!a are invitaxl foe tho
oat of Agrx-urtural AasaRauit,
) W 1. Central Sugar Cane Breed-
tiK Station. Drpattmenl nf Agn-
ullurt.
J The salary attached to the,
po.it is in the vale 1I.M0 x |T2-
1.02O (E.B.I x ftCf2.M2 per
annum and the point of entry in
the scale will ti>p4pad on the qual-
ifications and experience of the
successful applicant The post :
not pensionable but aftr a yew's
DbafJgflaaVJ service the office*
i> Join a Provident Fund.
3 The successful applicant
11 be required to provide him-
j motor car. a loan to-
wards the purchase of which will
Ma aaitiar Maw Mim a".rjd
oaji
-at Tjra. -
...-..ii>j- p i.
idna ~
KUV Undrl. H.tlrr..
... .i sadBuaj
ll Olltrna
n 11 M *n
CHRVHaU iWINIMKtK 1B4T M /lib Haw Tiitt rimd drlvr with iio-
UK TtntiamMMOn MlMul- 33.00V and
parlavl . S. Ciuttaiy
Qdeaga a n si iin
VOToacvi 11 on* i "' n a
Id* >!.- An- .1
mini tajhlna C* IS 11 SI 3c
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day. Dial {
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TABU i. Mil'-. H
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ftarHU.FRATOtt Of- ?.-
V flumlng foftuvrator In
Our Appl) W T Sdnr*
lanUlnti* fffW lli.il.linn PtMNl
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1 '
DWIALOW MrWST bultt Buna-ta-
Bl **'*> Mad, Ulnck Bard. MS yard*
liam baM. canuinlng 1 badreaaia,
drawlr ai.d dining roumi. .r-ndah.
tiled bath, kltthrn and arrvaxt* room.
HTr. aaif-. >nlaltid al modal I. lira
HI or 12)1. 11n

NOTICK
rJm>Ai
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i ao*n
DEIIFNTUIUS DrbvnturM. Mar-
ina Holal MB4.H Ltd rtirlhar partlrti.
Ur. apply W.i Pg>iiy iB do. i Ltd
1*1111t f.n.
KOI M SPITH I.ina .|
S44nm f-A^H OS tay i.imi hurry thry
a ioina uai is.tea Hmuaib " adjmri- ._
lng Oawmintut Wood*. MMik*ni Build- ; ROYAL
Dial M47 B Arrhrr Mr K*nUa Victoria
Slrrai II 11 In
by th
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port
CMAIMXS IXAItV Mil
MABTIN DMOR1.T Co.. L1.
Cdafafeti
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t Oeaaaa t*i I ronnthiana s
I ' SaX
ihp fssjasassaal "d Baal Uie aairH >( tind ti*
r any dal 0T *M'K.. ojj "
; ltd* atay in 0 ..' IB* MBa
. tha Kingdom of Ot*s la
aad Mrallb -lib Kty
l a.tlt "Mm.
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SHIPPING NOTICES
MOUaVi r
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tli-awlnc an
kill-nan i
tanri
II.. .1,
i BaBMI
R.wkl-v. 1.,4-hil
n* I Blb-.M-
BBfBB. panlr .
i
PUmnlnar w-atBr in nil bratrm
Miiift SIBO. M' < C Wiilina. HilK-iaVl
NF.1MERLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
AUCTION
> ll I I aapoallr I
k-ll>i l M ' "
I -fi-B IDN tb Ila..-.nbar. I!
- Vli IN*. Kl ll> S*nl mi aad
tMoTIRIttM
is nRtSJRHTAD 4thDW.-n.N-. I
'Mi-1 to r.a*.<4Ain a nair
.i its %
I* STtKTOMSth Dacciiibvr IB.I
I i-n.tlliON -. i .i
iiiim, III IKIMIlUI I'tKtMtt
f'OTTIf \ ITth IVrcmhrr. !'
Ms.. T" taiMIIMt < I *' l1"
NttSIIM We'd lrnbri. 1* .
r MISBON. BOM a co A"j
on
a tfroM and conditions
thote w
similar to ttsoa* which art appil-
cahle to travelling oaVeri or the
B^rbaaVjg Government Service.
A mileage allowance will be paid
at standard Government rates.
. Applications, stating age.
educational nu-im. .ilun, -ndex-
penence, logether with tol'IKs
of ti-stimonials should b* address-
ed 10 the Dlreetor of Agriculture
gutt'ti s Park, and will h accept-
ed up to 12 noon on Thursday 6th
December. ItSl.
25.11 1141..
..f Caribbean Revelry
presented by
Mins Judy Graham s Bridge-
town thatrtrtent Croup
M The
MODERN HIGH SCHOOL
OH
SATURDAY 1ft December.
ItSl
M-aar by errv Oraon Orvtaaatra
Sl'BSCBIPTlON -2 -
WANTED TO BUT
STAMPS STAMPS
\ll KIshIs el STAMPS
at the
CAMatBEAN STAMP
SOCIETT
Na. It. Swan Street.
-/,',*-,
i
. .i.i.. i
M V
Cargo .
...it hi Km.
IM Ibcunbit
DAKBWOOD will
., PMMagi i
Dat> ol departui
-MONKKA' -ill
W I BCHO>
I i; ..MM H-
I RARBADOS H'RF fll'l
a
PaviRf nl i
Hat Rack wttli Minor. B--*ar. war-
ki.lv*-. apouna, . -i..iid-
and ..Ih-f ii.....- TEBMS f-Alll
AbrHFB m. Knsrif: -
Canadian National Steamships
6d, Consolation. Cash >
Prizes. 2/- Stand Sweep. *J
I'.irt-fclutucl and Foircast \
Cornpetitioti Pri/e*. will br ,
paid on and from MONDAY ^
Morses and Serial Prices
n and from MONDAY
:trd l>r*rmater next.
Payment will be from
irot sbbm |. 3.M p.-a
dally.
G. A. LEWIS.
Sec ret.i
P
\CWS I I AMI!
AnBiwfit iMikputt
((.prtitkn
MUSI PRI/t la***
SECOND PRIZE Sl&M
i limn iKi/i t 3.00
In 25 worda or less juat
Qnish tnis sentence. -
'I prefer Ammident
TOOTMPAStK becauae ....
and send in youi entry with
a aMMlPlJ AMMIDENT
toothpaste box to K. R-
Hunte & Co., Ltd.
You can send in any num-
ber of entries but each entry
mutt be accompanied by an
AMMIDENT '.wthpaste box.
Entries will be judged on
their ability to describe the
c see lien! qualities of AM-
MIDENT Toothpaste The
1 three winning entries and
! the names of winners will
be published in the local
newspapers. Competition
ends December. 1951.
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
Id iOS
FOR SALE
l "Ol tatmt llll Modem

-Ifh ir itonr wall! .i-d ba*r
naDrst.* ion* Tlurr
.Vina ro..p t doubl*
bratroarw nti putltii -.inlrolw-.
ki. kibrhae..

aoui hcauna InaUlM s-
tourda erf about S
. abaa a,.aaad
Mhi-d.ilad all |
- lor.nion ibta ID
Spat*------------------------------------------------------------
b.nlt t- bad wiih tlw typB *
matrrtal raral- wan ba-day A-
nachaHd
i. dtnina roam.
bWeaaji. aantl*.
'aga tc wn -
Ihr iiraliv raducrd
l-rb-e now aaaad.
Cbal
btacb aaaaajaa. I.tanatta
laygaMiii with > lard*
iwiu aNnCv. bilcntn and aa
1 Boud badraann md gai
..iti
T>\ St Patar
ton* bull! bouaa W Mtram#l>
olid rooatruttlon and xtanarvaly
rvmndrlte-l to gM added attrac-
tion Tha Br.Hirid A

lib own bath and to.lr-t. DMMr't
li.mlrv .md inodain kltctwn
Appro* S ..ir of land wan bMd
o.it .nd -Lppls alu Mama aalar and tafBt.
Bum ..r *a. to MMh gag BBBdi
A I Mini I 11
........! .

PabrrA
aaagaaapaj
uiaiy me
-ith graat
r r-i-
ingghi
~JB
M aafji i
tfinina r
twM -b
.'. quar-
lara and l-i'.tffa- OraHindM are
avap t. acraa -Ith arodv.tive
.hi h-itl. tlrr . gordriK. gftwwai -ml largd park-
.ii* pace for can "Wvndowi
t.vi.-i an tad iktge.
.....in .i breete and
cnnimaitda |ir.(l viru> qf the

njaa A modern
111- .....MltCtlll"
Thia property
rap) Hit- Me aea-ard*
ITS 3 load bedraeme With
Inn.I in a.doibea larae lounge
jiving room hiHi I varandaM*
Iraduta from it Tha klSchea i.
wall m.pptled -ith 'Httod tup-
bo-rdi Poaaaaaea 1-car garage, j
.! ajag i-uadr.
'('AHARI-AMt Haawaira
p i.etty aM-
.r aap.aaaji .oil.
manabip W-ll deuaned foe e
unnhtg with > lerepuon. 4
bedrmitns, verandah. Kitchen.
ardama
The land U abl
float tr and tegaubla
. I
aeo-re. Oad Btrd -.>lk?d garden
... > aa building
lltgljr altil-
nalure in
houae conUuni I
l-rae bdrma <-uh not and cold
"Im, ipaelooa lounge*, dlntns
.....m. larae rorbbMI bar Wltb
bamboo decor, wide lady galler-
. halr-i. heavy dleael HgbUng plant
^nd i .hk-tiIips ueual with Ihi-
i ipt.t. Tiwia la esten*-
ra -"irjar including a long
.i-eui- til ttir Crane Bvata. large
a-!den* planted
-ith flowerlnd ahiuba and inade
Jaa uiaiing land The
oaital vtewi ,ould hardly be
evrelled .md tha bathing M aa-
cellenl rurlher mlormaOOn mar
tn tha tola aarnla
"""BIS BOI.I u Jama
An Batalr houae built ad atone
-ith pine floora and ahlngla two)
J reception. S badrooma, "irandahe
SB saraae and aaaasl ant.
r. 'Mi.,.-' Tli^ I
M -rll Umbered
-kid with slowly
Planted M..ke|.iiiv ireea Tba out-
i .-f HaMei'.
la thr verv lovoa^ alle watch ha*
-MtMBRaVMS: St. U.-. .
i-iiiil bungalow
.....' "i> -rll plan-
'....I.- virandahl at front
i- i eiKloaad gaJlartei.
loiinpr and dining raorf.
1 double bedroo".. kitchen and
. BtvatMS' looma. garaae
and authmreea The houae la com-
aarerb nu-Wml ..
to lha era with good bath-
ing.
iv < MAM ray inch Marlow.
M.ak-n -rll tlmgned and eeundtv
b..llt hueuulow on tba coaat
where there la alwaya a cooUng
hirer- There u a larte cam-
bmvd iiiiiae dmmi room, kitcn-n
-nh avrvinei hatcn. 2 bedrooma.
hum m garaaa and all ueua*
ofltrea Open to off/era
in M.AI.OW. M-*-ell Caul
A -rll riuilt bunsalow with 3
bedmoma. large living roam.
kiKh-n. garaar. irrt.nU' qMarli.
A pleaaantly kkralrd properly lor
aaka at .. Pat) ni.np.inn. flautr
I I I to*. o\ sr\ Nr-i.
fully turn-
btaagalow baud
""< on a und> beerh wnn
tMM Ther..
i > j
r inr whole frontage, a bed-
ih bailna.. Urge
.: with ,-.*ktail
..,.
aaed oa-irf.
REAL ESTATE Ai
AUCTIONEERS aag
Sf-RVEYOBS
PLANTATIONS BTJsXDENG
Phaoe 4BM


-I \t>\, MlMMBKR 25. 1S.1I
-I Ml \\ MIX 111 XII
I'U.I MM
ELECTION NOTICES
.- v.- or a *
Thr ..! .1 -I I ,,.
IORM no
...i.M.B .1 Ik* rtmptt
- r.-.t.t.-..
P^-n nw, ,,
I OHANT i
The I'arl.a > -i
"""t hgraaj Bitf
o Ihe afcreaald u.n
i IrMMT.I I
IM
I -II I- iifkeaxerl ,, the IX h

r nrt Beet ,,,.
Ml :hr -, I
candidate* in 11* ahovr
A:.I T -' .
P>n ate s*
ca-.-t
(1- JOHN EUSTACE THEODORE
HEN AIIFVNE WALCOTT
.4. ELLIOTT LISLE WARD
ai LORrN/O ALEXANDER
WILLIAM'
, f which .11 p-,.,,. are hrreh- rrgmr
r.1 t.. t-r ii.ui- an.l aovero. themaelvr.
Mrtfeair.
i UBtUM >! in* vote*
H*B hviiI candidate* will
^reoneni-e on in, Kth dax ol Deceinbei
IBM .1 the hour o( nine in H*r lti.n.v
" (iLil. School m the
pariah Of It Lu.
dee my hand al Srlah fiov.-
Setlool this Uml day of November. |Mi
B T BAMim
B-lurni'iB Officer
ii.t ot roLuvu rtin>N
'%! Of -I I I < i
fn 1 Kelah Boy*' School.
Vo I KouM occupied by Mr. In-/'
Sprncrr. al the >,....
Checker Hall Road and Max.
cork'a Rood
NO 3 H>>( Moon Fort Junior School
n.> Veatrj "'-"" 'St Lawl
Id- S m Lucy* I
No. < Mn. Lanirrnc Hover a -Hill
*"-." Chance Hall
School
Vo 'Tha Lirj .i id. Valky~ Lodat
Nope Hood
Vo Si S-ithin'. Olrle' School.
11 E BARNFTT
Returning Officer.
MaM
: DUlrUI r. m
School
-St John
t*v. School
i 4 Mat newMt*
lie Met. Hill
Pohee Ourt. ******
m
N.i

S3 I
\.. I Mstrtrt Porter*. Factory, OBftce
iceaw Club. t
...tr?,,....,...
|:fr Ca-Baxti
K 10 Dtatrict SI Boniface Infant*1
*-......i
No !l D-li.tJi Jante. Vretr* Raotn
* II Dt-trtc t Afban i Boy.- School
And that the tenattilatr. in the above
n n*h an " roltoaro
hoider
>liIJ KEITH WALCOTT
' MAIM FV WM K
ol which all penon. are hereby tr
ih*
the lth <
INI at the k

i -ltd at Sanity Land
thi. find d.x of Nova**-.
J H C TttniM
Rr'nmHut OfTi.er
The hiprfiUiinii
tix'll
I. 1*11
Mill! I ill (,1AM Ol A rOI.I.
THE I'AHISH OF BT. (iEOKUE
NOTICE i. hatb> bivmi to iho
(art a Poll hai born nantcd
if thi- rloction now pending for Dm
ltd pari-lh and that auch Poll
bo opened on trie Uth day ol
mber. IBSI al III* hoi
...II
,.i
and
the aftert
till the
in tM-
Ai..i thai II..- candidate* in the abtn
pfanah at* folktwi
CandMal*.
ill BARROW. CAROL v.
I.I.: I
and ao.
them

* '
Ivan to iiic avataJ candidatn will
0(1 tt.e UMx dai ol nnratubcl.
ito! at the h..u. "( nine in the forenoon
' i School In the pai-
i.n ..I II Oaora*
Olvan iindrr n,y hand al St George
Woviartar, 1MI
w A. TEAR WOOD.
RtluirnutR Officer
LIST Or FUI.LIM. hTATIONS
PARISH OF ST GEORGE
No. 1. A building al Uwi Hall PUn-
tatlon
No. I Mr Thompaon* houae al sal-
ter. moaily oppotlt* Mi. Thoin-
No. S Thorpoa Cottaae
No 4 A building at Oun Hill
No. S m AuaxUllnr'. Box' ScIiih.1
No a Workman. Junior School
No. T St Oaorgr. B-iya* School
No. g. South Dutilct GirU' School
No. A building at Brighton flanta-
No. 10 Social Centre, Ellerlon.
>( Lukaa Cirli' Hehaxol.
No. 11. A buOdina at Uraa Il-Ji I'l-
tallon.
No. IS. Caalnn at Green*
- Luke'. Junior Scho>.l
\ buifcling .1 Farm Plantation
No. IS. Fair View Home
No. 17 Si. Jude'n Boya' School
I al Groeea AariCkil-
IOBM \.
"mi... rcviaMi
sotll I 0 ORANT Ol \ Ci>ll
Ik- Part-h .f t ipi,
I
n of the aiore-ji.l patiaii that p..n
lia been Tranterl lor fhr '
pending for the aald lunari and thai
uch Poll am be .pened on the Uth
Dux ol Deierr.ber. 1BS1. at the hour of
ine lutentMin Bnd kepi
lill Ihe h.xar of n* in ine all.-.
in Station. awAabllahed
varioua Polling DUIatOW compriacd In
II.-- .aid ftarlah and aM out in the lial
attached herelo
And that the candidate* In the above
(..(,.h arc aa follow*.
ill ADAMS GKANTLEV HERBERT
|l rnttAltn WILFRED RVTHVF.N
i SMITH. LLOYD FTHH
paraona ara hereby re-
q.iue.1 I

r.llnalv
at the V.
I SI. Joeepri.
under aa) hand at Andi
Ihi- TInd day ol
';.. .
I l-l t nulls. STATION*
PARISH OF ST JOSEPH
IT* be attached to Form a-1
i. 1 St. Ann'. School
BatMM.1. McKull.
lation
VFAHWilOn.
...... NO.
11.' R.!.-.*oLthin al Ik
-II......... I'.,..!......,
I*M
I*)
NOTICI OP GKAPfT OF A POLL
The Pan.h al < liri.l Char . >THI mven to Ihe elc
.,i. of Mm afnreaaid pariah of Chrui
ridirrh That a Poll ha* been granted
Ih* election now pending for
. _J pariah of Chrlal Church and thai
-aeh Poll will be apened on the 13th
"' of December. U4I. at tba hour af
tha forenoon and kept open
tllaf the hour of ala In the afternoon Iji
Polling Station, established In Ihe

the -aid paruh and aat out In the llat
1 ."ached hereto.
I that (ha candidate, in Ihe ahnv,
ne aa follow.
l itea.
I'HEY WE8IXV BIRCH
VII BEHESFOHD
nRATHV ah;
3i FBED CARLTON GODDAK1)
i4i WAI.Tr.lt WALTON REtXE
i9t CUTHBERT EDWV TALMA
of which all paraona are hereby re
quired to lake notice and govern them
rfllngly
Ai-1 that tha counting of the vote
. ihe aevrrai candidate* wil
. ngnmrma on the 14th day of Deceiii
hor. 1MI at the h.ur of nine In thi
I ore noon
Churel.
ay liand <-
ess"
tfhahaha
Dr. John-,!
Waui.
Ur X J
Cocoanut C
Boy*' School
Young Men'n Club. Bragg* Hill
Mall. Coffee Oully
.Mac 11 Marahall. Paaior'
J G nq
Rrli.rnlng OfRear.
ran k of M 1.....
.,f Chrl.l
Givi
Chui
under
eel
II si r; WARD
Oftli-et
I l-l III (ill 1 IM. -i \IIOS-
l'*l'H ........1-1 Ml I.i II
iTo be attache-" to 'rorm t">
^ irUaUafi l"ta>a "L*a-
woimI." Ilaatlng*. near Pavilion
Couil
No. 1. The SI Halthlaa Olrh' School,
Si. Maluil.- HoI
No. 3. A building In the yard of Mr
A. R Toppin-, rr.K1en.-e "Ma*,.
Iiaven HaaliOH.
:, > m the yard of
MiTITL OF ORANT Or A POLL
Th I'ailik af M. IV'rr
NOTICE i. hereby ai.en to the ale
.,1. of thi- alnrevaid parl.h that a Pull
Ml been granted for ""
printing far the *a'd parish and
Poll will be opened
raj aM Uth day ol December.
lail. at trie hour ol arven In the farg*
n -in and kept open till Ihe h
m Um DftrrniHin in the Polling Station.
c~t.-ibli.heo in Hie varioua ("lima Din.-
ed In the -akl pan.h and
1 out in the lit alia . And thai the candidate. In the above
pariah air aa follow.
Candidate.
Hi CALVERT CAHLYtl
CUUDEKIlAT'll
2. KENMORE NATHANIEL
RHYl-STilNE IH'snAMl-
-1> FRANK LKSUE WALCOTT
i.f which all panum* are hereby
laaM notiie and
wive, accordingly
'he xrxiial candidate* wi
...
i,,nr in ll
'..rrnnon at All Saint." Bo'*' School.
I.t-i
n^lar my hand at SI Pel.
.'.' ,i... ( Nov.-nilirr. IM1.
C. A. THOHNTON
Re irning Ofltcer
list or pou DNJ H
I-.m-I. af SI. Pater
iTo be aliacheo
11, fan. I.olalion Hoapital.
iji I'airv A i ..IcrirlBe School
. All Saint. Friend K '
i4' RWohrl Giil.- gftgail,
A.I Saint.' Bnva' School
ii. Indian Ground Girl.' Sclx-.l
i?i rrrowne'v Boinr. Road V-
i a- All Saint. Girl.' School
, iBi The Ala-aander Rehonl
Athlon. Wnathing Avenue
S Mr* Lena Graham > nwidertei
Roneia*ath." Si LaWIMMe H-n,
f. M. ClevaMon Stoarla'a rMalana.
D Maawell Main
I A l,,.ldir.ii !! ..
E. |_ Want'* le-idanc*. Maxw.il
I Mi T A Waterman', reaadenee
"Munlroae "
, t Mr C sn.cr Dale." Maawell.
IS The St Laaienee GnW Rchi
11. Second floor of a building
the grounda of "Ventnor '
. 11 The IiOdge Room of the
Matlhia* Combined Friendly I
i..... paypam it ...
. 11 The Vau'Selt Combined Schi
i |4 Thr CMrlat Church Boy.'
School. Water Street
, .3 The C. n.t Church Boyf FouR-
dalion Scnool.
. IB. The work-hop at lha r*gylflgg*M
Boy*' School
i IT Nurae Callrndet1* reatd
L.m- Hopewrll" on tha C
crrv lane main Hlghwav
. IB The Chrtat (lurch Veatry Boom.
I "> The St Chrl.'opher' Olrla'
s.-hi>..i
wakefletd Phillip*' raal-
ilritr. at 'Walaa."
I 11. The St. Bartholomew Bays'
Mmi i
I U The SI. BarWnlontew Girl*'
School lArmvlagev
13 The St- Patrick'- OlaaY School
i 14 The Rt. David* Boy*' School
I ,V'i Boya' School
l.-lge room ol Ihe Civic
., v... .
floor of a building af St
Church near lo
I ST G. WARD.
K-' - i nfli. i
FaTtarl of Chrt.1 Church
13 11 Si-ln
H
i\ .
fba a>|ir.....i.i.....
tomta
i. ol Ihe a
faj
haa ba-rn granted for th.-
pending for tha aaad parish
lay and that auch Poll Will
he ..peitrd on the Uth ,1.x ..f
1MI, at Ihe hour of v. n in Ihe lore
in and kept open ml me hour of all
ihe afternoon in in. Polling Station
eetabl*ass*d m the vartou. Pollina Dix I
;.'i1 in the said pan.h ol
St Andrea and set out in Ihr h.t attach
gd th-rrlo
And thai Ihe candidate* in like above
pariah of St Andrea. ..-r a- f.
CandMa***
BOURNE. EDNA rilMlSTrHTlE
OILL. I.INDSAV FRCIL RYFBVI -.
KWi, JOSTTTl ALI.EYNT.
uf i.hicti all per-on. are hereby requirol
lo lefcr notice and lfin themarlvr-
. aMfaaBt)
And that the counting of the vote*
given lo the several randldatee will com-
mence on the 14th day of December. IBM
al lha hour of nine ir. -ha forenoon at
The Alleyne School m the parMi of St
Andre-
Given under my hand a' Ihw
'.ovrmbar. IBM
Rrt umlng aOaVar
Il-T Of FOI.LINO STATIONS
PARISH OP ST ANDREW
.1. be atlaehrg la "Feraa B">
N 1 Ml I"" P.'i"' Houar, IJhorrv
Village
rt* 1 Rawdena- School
SwaWB Faclnrx
. | . ,.. i, V.
No 9 Mr* E V Bock-. Miaalon Hall
Car* Garden
Nun rhalky Mount Barhool
i as Community Hi
N Mr- Aaa'lia f>a>*
St. Joaepn'
Shepherd'a
. Bath House. Cattle
Biarknan'i
Ch.
PUI
I t St.

ion a Muted Sctvoo'.
F A INGRAM
.- Dirrtri
pariah pf St. Andrew
34 11 ii-ia
Thr flf I'rttfirrmnlre mill Kmut Sun-rmmful
f'nrrrmfutitUlirr t oil en* " **>* HnrltIT
POSTAL IJITION
it Vl II uuy to VdCOaMS in the
cnrri r of your chmre --* KOH' !
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- la aay eral aramkad. Bee
[I i.tiur*
gad fJark al Waefai
,-0 1'ilrtarr
r^ra (aaria
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haadaVajkaea
. !!!.-.ladll
-or a, a.
;s vou c-ptfTw Htnt?
sag.--.-,', IB fVaaataa
lakaaeta ana I. saw.
tees.
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If you do not in
Par-'cu'sn 'ree.
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YOr cireer b v, arrttg to ui on anv lubjecr..
..........Direct Mail to Dmpt. 188.........-
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S aBAtprncTit of - -
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fin lha* I'l-mlJ-ion 01 *n.ll gntdi'ii
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GAMES AND
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At
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^ 16 Swan Sttvet Phono 2109. 4406 or 35S4


?ACl UN
-INDAY AHVOCATE
-I SI.W SdVlMBIB 25 1S1
Building
[((riser Goes
ToJ'ca, Triad
Not Guilh Of K.ilrrin-
To Coniinil A Felon)
'.') minutes at the Court of
Thi-rold Stantoti
. Gap. Christ l lenng the dwel. the
' A .son r;n Soptei-
tu commit a : also found r. :
A the two ahem,.: n i t woundinu I
tent and simple wounding. Mar>n..ii Thi. ... Wood-
Stanlon smiled brass*!!*- whi >hem to consider .-> with
' Taylor disclivarged deliberated on thr- Mr Forrest D Bannlne. an
iunari in the ease c:. M case. American engineer in rnnnertiDn
f W >* i... - Same rAidrnee '
i iissnea-
.-id that them wh .. urrtcan,. shown.
when he entered Mrs. v :rtumi prsetir*
at 10 o'cioek ended juM ,(:., 3 p_ni. W. ..-mead's place. TV* woman r--f*" "* i' B..nn:n
..ay. he rot afrt'd and who ** chief -,t !>> Bo IM in it
.--tii* thai tnirk -lcr with brick Mrs Cod* Committee of Miami ha*
on the morning ..1 September I .id that ahe war Ir. Dad had .ois.derr.ul,. expei
CIRRCH
SERVICES
Nazareth Holiness Cluireh
Merges \\ ith Nazarene
Today, at th quarterly meeting cunatderad a divuw amalfaitataoo.
iUrbedoa District church ana through their unit-d effort
. .m Of ihe Nazanaoa. being heid at the futuna prosperta for an etfee-
-*m i am the Halls Road Church; the :; -ntstry
___ ._ Nazareth H^tneaa Church oaier standing.
--nntendencT of the Rare- Tha Churrh of the
id Kenneth G. Jonea, w!U be- expreastea j deep r*titu'.e to
rtiiwtrm Veiaen come part of the world-wide Revssrend Kenneth Jonea and hia I
| famdy of The Church of the Directors, for the gut of budd-
IrTaaaaTaflT mgs valued at appraarar"
a iia!< omn-I Bt both group* this action i* S12.000.00.
vnuar Pint Cmi-^w > < e-l*
ask for
Cusson^
I.LM RY
Kill I I SOAPS

-I IKIlblM
i * ~ a
-. *. B c.oaa.
I w- turning whet, sn* got
and 1 i* o'clock the accused Stan- tne blow on her head. The same
ience given by Mrs T*aynder
J* was the umr In the statement of
..
as a hoarder ihere -
oo bar heod an |
net

From this it shows clea*lv that
he acruaed wu the man in the
Mrs. Paynder that
On Caribbean
Varieti Tour
l-XKTTH
pFi^cotrr- ii .
vre* : *
P U' A I. Haven
I
. Mr t Bf-.v
VAtnOCAU,
Jaa*a
HI- *>, MIKtM .U.|
ll-ll. -I *1
Fa-.
a nouit
Reice told the'iurr that it vai Barbado* compruing th,. Might
lau Kb Ikan mail.! i". .- Unl rilipunilM
he ihen made
window
of the bedioom. Mr. Paynder.
shouted scmraed and Mrs.
WcaUien- her a^d
teeing her

IV.Iire .Nol.Hed
irted ana

>Uld got
lily 1
acainn the accused bey no all
jung began yea- reasonable doubt or whether the
...
rounacl, addreaaed the jury ... -ringing a raae agalnrt
had done so Ule the pea- (he acrused.
vIoik day In his address a
laated for two houi* and I I
Mr Reece In *
.rial the onus .
upon the proaeci.'..
the very
last minute th.it onus remains with
the prosecution and never ihtfu v.
time.
II mat Ihnr fluty t, look at thv
evidence and coir.e l( a deciaion
:nbcring their oath
to the King .."d the prisoner at Scout
tbe bar They ha
local Calypsonian.
Ml ibe uatement made b the Madame Bellegr^df. lie Bop Sam
at-cused did corrobor-'e the ^rul Madame Phinite. lefl
re of Mrs. Paynder Laatl la
ribbean
....
tween tta "Ut one year
had anything to do with 4.'c case 7
In the court of inlnal ,S*
natter how hoi rounsel ihe> will go -m to A:
iry, arould have Curacao and probabli
I if the ca_ie had been proved |
ChiMrea* If-vw. 1
i \ ran
*-Mrrr. mm. -. Mr pn< ..
9 (.. Sir J l^ine
onj^OEMOSXU. II < m Ur r
M<-.w -, p.n M- D Soil
HOtXTOWM >jd am Plr* r I-..
raaaa, 1 p rr. Un Harm
BANK HAIL. .- Sar J
B.O.. I P
' 'TOWN II am
ROSES

trc^o,
Her a n
ii am a., n u
King's Scouts To
linn! Barbado*
Contingent
TO JAMBOREE
JAMES STREET
HARVEST FESTIVAL
The Annual Harvest Festival of
the Jam.-> S
takes place today when a special
programme entitled "Godi G*r-
k-red Bt J IS p.m.
hy membera of the Sun-i .
This yearn Festival v.
'Harvest of the Seasons
at II a.m and 7 pm. will be con-
ducted by the Ibvs J S lloultor.
and R. McCullough. respertivrl.
A cordial invitation is extended
11 mpmlwn. parents, guard
'
Headquarters en Friday
lb* br The, have Qfiy ... lb. ^..dcr im mhM SJ",^^.^^ZXEZ
rac island and also a d.ii>- 10 ,tpr.-*.>ni Barbados al the Jam-
liorcc m Jamaica next
ill K< ^r ll. (,l ll ;a were Umpl. ppnUd to interview
Tbe witnesses f the s^ond ciau Seouts who had
"" '" "J "l "' .-.-commend ih-
case did not point lo the
2l_3tI.iS. * .P"" l "* " "' thirleen lo, tlnal ap-
aecuaed direellj but t ,ere west cer- .,,,,, llf ,, ,.., ,.., o-oj.
U1B evldenc. to**., becb^und S^-lIa'' SI
Ijuks VuVquatt'
Kt'|ri'senuition
: n- gvvnina VrvK.. Prvachrr Fl*
GKAi E II IX II a m. Horning SvrvK*
u Lala. T-n. gv--
( Vhki Pr-aeha. Ur. W. Dan-
rUU>gCJt II am ISamiasj BarMr*
D I've- Holl C'OeTur .HlOail
lie-- e r N t p m r. I
tbr-e. Mr W. aolra
HoerroosrcHV i pas. asrasang Bar- l
a eTMcaer Hr D Culpaaun
saaop mix 1 pas. r>aaainfl Bsevsee.
"""-r Mr. W 8 Artftur
t>VNS)cOMSUt ta.m Moml
eirach-vr Mr O Pranrta p.n. K*arang
arrvir*. PtwaiHl Mr O W rte>
"M-H-r
THE IT JAMT9 NATIONAL. BAITtST
riaaona anil mu* Pr*a> "ar
av J H Oral' U Th A.
V-in diiiirf llta . I
l.a. I. aassaa Clatasi ..
I II. ^\l III..". M.I
naitxirTowN cneTaiAi.
a m Holinra* Martinf
In that they had
J JS
# fnsm page 7
next year, $2.7^ more
bag than British Guiana
'"r M. had offered to sell them it
jig to them ft* ~~ o, fte , The Ho,,. ^-^^^ ^ ^r,l=2
Pi.silion Ol II..HM
-Lookm,; al laM
would see that it VM ..n Seiite.n-
r 25. early in the
. : I
-:
tlee will ma--: the S

a fl.siasn r.t ..-ax'
Weatherhead. Evidence h.->
' Tlld Sri
house
lOOli. .-;
ileepiim
ungjy have to spend
an additional $330,000 ol the
taxpayers money next year for
nee alone." he said. 'You will
, have to pay 11 cent* per pint
.he l.'t January.
* Dut if the Government had nan-
tad about the position .,i /"^'/. "'""'" died the situaUon the right way
and how it was the upper "l'-".w1/"' r^^lJrd l ** Pf*4*"' you would have had to pay no
:'' more than about cenU per
I I .th and pint>
It was seen that she wen( to -. Mel) Hudder w-r- a* Pll| 15 a mor .
bad and whilr sleeping waa .:. ,hrir quallncaiions and. thtt ,s cnmin|. and i .pp..
;v,do ilingent of Scout*. .hr p,,,,,^ ,lf mung th- hOU
Shortl.. after two polKr-nan J1" <-';tmr nt l*aders. atleeti -v-four men of sam-
>.cuetl on Bush ***" *" '*'jr'<1 Sl -" kind. Tde I-alwur P^rts IS goin t
Hill. II del not matter whether tn'" WMffld Cmmli"n.r and th.- b#tR to th(f House bee u
mm at the top Honorary Secretary and U hi nBV(. ,,nnr g^ worh. bui *en i
of Bush Hill oral the bottom noped to be able to select t
of Bu.h Hill, the fact was Ih .: '.itmasters to complete the aionK m^n vvlth brains I
was arrested in the \1cinliv iders wpo arf, fl-hters
could not give ( MCtttiv* Cninniiltee Mcetin: .,t down
movements. Both of the The E*. *-e of the mind you of the word*"' The live-
policen.eii appeared in the i M council will meet at of great men all i< n i .^. wi
^^.^7^"^ .'. He.dauart to-morrow cin make our lleei suhl.me and
i ih, ir ..cllon. thai .fteinoon at 5 .. ,.,.,,. lMVr behind us. to<-
WE14.1NOTOV STREXT
m Hnlwwsa Martina
-.. Ma-MUX. SUBk
|M> Or Mala* GiM
MOasJMtaTIHrsi
, n Holinaa. Maaun.
n> Marina T P .
Baa sr Captolt. Blihop
. tint KFH MA1X
Prvacnar I-MuMr.
ABA VIEW
11 am MolUWW MltSSaa. via.
Oasjsssass) Ma*-ui T p.nv aW.oaa.
|Ta am
11 an- H(.:ineM Maatiag. J pt
Coasaaay M*un. I P aai'-t.-i
Mxtlng
rVeaclwr: Lasuieoanl CibOOr.i
DIAMOND COKM"
11 an. MoUn. Martin* 1
Company Maf'U-.i 1 P m Blim>
atMUng
prn-ha: Captain Moora
mi riBTAMtot isms 01
mvm HOAJ> H am Sarvlc-
*chool 1 pm 1
nAVK r
that
would convince Ihe jury that they -|x. ,.,.. meell'ng of the
weie preiudiced against tis* gbtccutlve hnh irai
accused. ,h,. Annual General Mectii
Deletice aounsel in hia tddiess
subrmiied wal the two I
Orlmth and Murrell. becauM
i
certificates for prompt net inn
i to the arrest of the
accused, would arte in'o the
court and stand on the witness
n be re,udid ,-,,.., " ,- ^ M w
" u' change anything jnd those "
< i rtiln .ur > ,\ aro
The policemen
M ^
pra


Our lit .ith is S.i
Notes From The Sc.rtiter
i averse to chang>-'
'
. his article this mon h
'Then about this whole matter I f
change ; the Movement seems .0
me to divide tlselt int..
Men 1
. (Wrv-S-

gCBtarnatt 11 am.
Sunday aKhooi : p >r. n..

Su^dav Strtool T pm. lanic.
~.a*-. Hln-W U "--
I1TTH VIUAGB-II am S-t.vps
v m S-i.. Scoeoi
wi- Minuter In caarss.
II a
lic% n M. Walk-*
.- Pul-ii
I),
\ttminatiim thiy
To Ihe Editor. The Adx-'ut
Met, la the Nominal.-.:!
prx>ceedina> m St. \'\.
quoted as saying that <
rialntic measure which had been
in,. .-,. ..
1 that there

With thank
W. A. Crawf-1
Lucas St.
?3 11.31.
Bl l~iihp was .ntroduced iy m>-
1 hange everything th.it M|f
. vtl before 1939 The drit y^
have a duty to perform a*id the croup give somewhat bogusly *s WM hardly any socwlial.
rewarding of certificates t0 theac "'"r reason the fact that B I- o( any lmportanc. introduced
men was not the issue before the H dead and nothing must be ^ a^jj-^nib!- ^ my time to
court. PoUes Const.I I "red; they ore largely the IW wmcn had n0|'nwde m-
Marxhall who was commended diehards. most of whomI mu>t bu(lon
by the learned Judge on the wag unkindly did Dot
he gave his evidence t.ri an- "'art Scouting until about twenty
wered to the rigorouv cross years after that ri-te It-I ... 1
Mmiha.ion by ihe iclence leariy that -This Is a M
'ounsel. told the court but tn nd not an Organisa-]
.-r iugRes:ed Q
and sign.-l It ' or that noihiog
glvwi by the defendant tjilicd hjuid be changed. If
with what Mrs. Paynde- .--id. -..thing it means thut v.
All til*- most lnipor :.>kes an 1
werc ther. For ..
liut the thrww a^ide the established tradi-

i>-urt ' Q hi 1
rother *f th '..usett M
took the stand at tv jrse between the two
of the defence counsel and exiremes .ind this, I believe, ir-
stad that the accused could not dlvtdualty through the (
read nor write, yet the accused Moncrs and
in an unsworn statem'-nt said and collectively through I
ha* he igr-- ''es. is being dont
which was takt-n by cjnstable i;o.h| purpose"__________________________
ap.w. n.\.\r Si.29/
GatnUVT
KINGSTON. Jamaica, Nov. 22.
Government has a motion
tfore the House asking the
,>proval of an application of the
Secretary of State for a free
grant of 54.291 for Colonial
Dwclopment and Welfare funds
for the erection of a suitable
building to house the British
West Indies Public Health Train-
ing Station in Jamaica and
jpproximately 75 per cent, af the
u-current costs of the station to
be spread over four and a half
yean from Januar> next.
ic.r.y
YESTERDAYS
WEATHER REPORT
Tram C0DB1NOTON
K.infall. Ml
total Kainfall for m.nitli I"
date 5.SI Im
1 nnprritun '.''. I
Uuid Velocity: II mllrs |t
hour
naraeaeter : < ami J9 8*6
(3 pm.) t9S7S
MONDAY. NOVEMBER .*
No 1 Bai vs. Owen Swart
Thornalll
! They'll Dolt Ever) Time
"THE SeOT OF A LIFETIME SAID
FrsjTO&GER MTJPPEB AS HE JOVFUILV
FOCJSEC A BULL MOOSE AT SUPPEC
Bv Jimmy Hatlo
Put ERE He could Click t-Tme
Silence has broken- a jet pilot
SCARED ^"hE MOOSE BACK ^0 H060KEN-
Tasty Terry Towelling
FANCY COTTON TERRY TOWELS
Gro-n. Blue. Guld. 20 x 40. Each
a
FANCY COTTON TERP.Y TOWELS
In Cmn. Blu*. Geld. M X 41. Each
COLOURED BORDFJ1ED TERRY TOWELS
In Blu- Green. Gold. Peach. 24 X 41
a
FANCY TERRY TOWELS
Pink, Blue. Turquoise Gold. 24 x 42

CANDY STRIPED TESBY TOWELS
Slle 24 x 4S. Eoch

WHITE TERRY TOWELS. 24 x 43
24 x 41

BATH MATS
In Blue and Tango. Each
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. -~H
10. 11. 12 & 13. BROAD STREET


INIUV NOMMBER 25. 1*51
I Ml \\ \IHll( \T1
PA'.l l.l.l MS

JQL4/e MOTHER
B.B.C. RADIO
NOTES
fO^*
fACTORttS
A f F.U
..* a letter home
era I wars ago).
The Utn af mw Hlmkr
IM9-lttS MlU-d k> B H
...daWH H*n. Michael Jeaeaa
IB* ?7 aaaw
MR ANT) MRS WHEELER. '
Bath, were probably worntd *:
aagp 'listed for a sold:.
William had power!...
at lor as tah a>
-ism* Love of a ami
ere can be of
, reasons to seek distant scene* and
the relative anonymity of a red
at
end of the mora-
aMaM his eye on
public raises
*ho hav
EM E
MALCtlM (McaSQII
*BaW THE
rtituips BicycLe
FOREMOST
readers are fully
awarv ihe HB. bSWSaSOasei even
auiay-waick. the ptaUic raise. Buntlmy proTanma of t-urrem
"'.^2 x!HL 1 ** "<. Proa, and poetry
'Sa- JSnr In representin. the ?*" *. * ' "
lUh oflowar income grau* ?" Sunday sdJUos

trugjling vanel> of itylea repfeeenteo
- e. jart naif-hour tnwuea*
Ui a ahort loi .
. .
>-i more to reeding ton who has been he two ;
tiuruj. this aeries and *""
r. ,..., .. MM SSL'JfffoSJ'S,
Oollaaet la*. ... s, Vincent, a very frequent
poetry contr
.1 .-naira and A M Claike. the I
ssaM
Here is pan of one ol the four huge tavtone-. cmploving
over 4.000 skilled workers when: the Phillips Bicycle h
made The PHIlip-. r hener built and longer lasting.
Even- model has the renowned Phillip* guarantee that
covers the Bicycle lor as long as you own it. For good
look*, lor ktni life and complete reliabilityinsist on a
Whatever thev were. Private Oeewne one of the Ri r ish mttlt .
Wheaato at um 1 -now King's cl***".
Own Yorkshire Light Infantry. The I
waa the reeui1. t of per-
fight the Conarmn Ogre, ana the dn-i* ir mpo-cd
letlera he atart home reoeet hu of the Kiim ol the earth.1'

* 'mpoeai-.tr . v ... *m raseartr, aBsst LoeeJ wrtteri
what he se*. thetne! i neti produced IP '* '**?^^ J^* con" ,!lOM
. it fall Into Continental twn Yet he hui r turned out to be th* nnly **' VBrtotaton votewr are iwi"
ways, pick up with same foreign above innY unusual style
feari a..uhooa1 a- .,,1.^,0,,,, Tl;..
- did hu vm*. msa. AUrt ntr,,
aaat was mi Mr be- !wrt.Por,f.*1
These should I

|. PHILLIPS A CO. LTD., BIRMINGHAM, ENGLAND
DUNLOP
UNIVERSAL
MOTOR CYCLE TYRES
woman who would be no bettei N
^he should; he muht sM
' his religion Hia parent* need lot hen the Bi I
' has-e worried.
Private Wheeler'* totteea breal
'.. insular pride. BlTI
prmciplea and nrmer prejudices can
On his way to Portugal he saw writing I- waa to be kissed by
- it deaenbedthe Btr th waa
ping S I woned wuh
' 'a aeilor anting on sun. reading I \ v inwri the pen name <.f
to his sfcipm.i''
wutild aaaemblc in mm it was like having a I
red apot. rffertng ip pushed ink
. prayers and all
praiae to the C r e a l o r
; Redeemer. Could be have pan layV flght I*
. a more reaaBurlng picture of
M B
Usbon. .warming with trlan ""
and monk,, was a shock |o I
Protestant principle. -Whai
ployed when their eotaMry da> J
mands the aervlc* of all h-. sons." '"'
Its churches gllttared -
ornaments. "Better the RWney
was law out for the poor.'1
ted as he was by pre'
faces. Wheeler wrute home MaMLy '>".!v 9*n baM
No doubt there are many sweet.t
Itinetienal'imagery '" * ,llM' "x *" Kmgstoi
ih. ^at- -
*ap-
lo-trsseratise Sen s
in having a"lovalv young woman ** uk* '
for. comrade, but there u -m c,h"act# "
infinite number of bitters attends "l,h" ** but

to say when his cap is o' ( itiuikt \ 01 mi I It 4 n
HI^IKfp Ri Narm.n rolllll*
W rem.nd oui iea>ler> that u*

ang *nh
UVSBJ .iIKl lAc i UlUlv-
an end ei Wednesday
neai. nih mat In thai final aeu-
aramtsK Mesars ilguvn-
tM B*ni
part ahaaa p4"^r-1
sum up the three previous pro-
Kor those |
irning the serie* deal |

Wi :- John Plsnaara
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PAGE TWELVE
SCNDAY ADVOCATE
-I NDA1 KOV1 MIIES 25. 1>31
KEEPING A DOG
R, Dr. II. SI MNtIK MOOKI
| and giving youi dof a

sleep in nut ill tlicre la to owning
ar.d csr.ng for him. A I i. or
course, depends on what pou
Of "ith him as 'o how
, t trouble ViM. will
have lo flovnie to hi* uporuiRiii-.

wtuctl jussl have to be done turn
iviae and tfcnrral
rare I nforiunaTcly | we far more
for and ungroomed dog-
than .oriwlly well taken care of
a excuae. "Time"
would be given a the reason for
-i in moat cases is rub-
bish, for the real reason ts sheet
laziness ind lack of love for the
animal. Another prevalent esjf ;-
is "oh my dog hates beinp
groomed, he just won't keep still
and ftghis me all the lime", rub-
bih again. Like most things. wiVi
inlil he is used to some-
thing new. he is usually a bil
1'iitli naught-
With a little patience, care an-'
ung thll can easily be
I (TOO II m> dogs ;'^u
Uktj -tand per-
rctl) still, tuin around when
.-> do so. fix down or lie
down, give me their pawi fo*
; action and allow ma to
examine and remove ticks (rtm
- or any other pails of
rltbOUt the slightest
trouble. Your dog will do this too
if you handle him properly and
a tang ,ig-
Uai >,< dosj pli
m.tired tn moo*, of
the breeds shown were of the
short haired vaui'tv
ii (in Jus ihc^ an
in keep clean, in par-
- in ktep frr> Of those \ile
I OlhlPM'tMl I
aatui
ihe
i voui dot
i e mould be thoroughly
oid, if with .. kaaaj
hairad cai. n :nbe.i onci a dav.
Sr^it at the head and ears and
wn from there to the
bind quarters. Use u atiff bristle
hi u.*hT find a whale bone brush
I and, if a comb
is lo be used, then use a metal
long haired dog needs
combing. Thi tangled and mailed
hair must be carefully dlsentan-
li| Do not get hold of a comb
full of matted hair and pull buj
work at II gently trying all the
lime to hold the matted hair at
the root end so as to prevent Ihe
i.in.ii Iran pulling too hard and
Gardening Hints For Amateurs.
TIIK GARDEN IN
NOVEMBER
More Abuul Chrysanthemums
1'oiiiM-tli.is. Asparagus hern
% oiKier whin they
> lib 'heir old Chryain-
themum plant* once Ilia flowering
period is over. If the room in
the garden can be BB
idi*;.l thing is to leave Ihtm
v.'lieie they arc to sucker, after
hHving cut out the centre tall
stalk. As each old plant should
produce ifbout five healthy suck-
.tie following June July
mid August, it will be seen that
t necessary to leave all
Hie old plants, but only enough
i fn h plants for re-
s' jf your lied"; will
hold ...... hundred Chrysanthe-
mum plants, keep back twenty
or a faw more for safety of the
its. to Mickar, and fork up
or throw away the rest
ida can either be rested
r i;seil for oilier annuals until
needed for C**)7iwrthe-
mume again.
If howei.i iv.iv tut of apace
in the garden is needed, thp old
ithemurri ptante can all
ii up and roughly re-
planted In g Iwiek bed. or any
<)d corner and lefl to sucker
there.
Another alternative of course
is to throw out all lyo old plants
Dd on bcga.ing or buy-
uckari arnen ihc time
and for planting. This
last method is not rcc"inmended
Makers so ob-
eldon as lu-allhy or
i l uniform as those that are
home frown.
After the old stalks have been
cut down, rolled the stakes.
clean them of! and store ihem
until needed again.
I'.insetti
"..is are being cultivated
more .-nd more, and are becom-
ing Incresudnjtlv i-opular .s .
ChrUtmas rieeorntlon.
v hich ilowci
..I iimc
splash of colour
in iwllr
nothing makes
decoration for
in the
.. plants
so obligingly a*.
make a lovely
in the garden or
ii in pots) and
n.....i effective
the Christmas
Ut tin
Hut can musi he taken urban
using the tut Poinsettias to plunge
the ends of the stalks into a
howl ol belling water as soon as
This seals the
ends ol the cut stalks and ao
ensures them lasting fresh for
soiie days If this is not done
the ml Pomesttlag is apt to most disappointingly and so has
got the name of being useles*
I kid Ilul if the simplo
' the boiling water is used
it will be round that these flow-
ers last as long as anv othci cul
It'.wei
Asparagus Kern
There are several different
kinds of Asparagus but the nwist
beautiful and the one most ex-
tensively used Is the Asparagus
Kern (Asparagus IMumosus).
This lovely Asparagus grows
easily from seed, and as the vine
seeds periodically a number of
yoUBg plants are gencralh to be
found under ihc vine.
Asparagus Fern is a slow start-
er bul once it settles down and
starts to grow it will soon rover
a fence or fernery, throwing up
long graceful spires which irlnd
themselves about finding their
own support and seldom needing
help.
IH rdrn likes a sunny
pot, but the position must be
i-Iti mi from excessive wind
BAd I*' kept reasonably damp. A
situation to the wet is therefore
Optolona differ us t, wheth. r
11 i vi'.,- ihotjld '* mi down
uh Mai or not. But. as a
rule, it is in such demand and is
to ajjtanahnriy wed. thai no
extra pruning is necessary. After
seeding however, it is good pi
i-iii:-lng pain. When all the hair
ta lrei iia -i brush I
ke| kng rout brush as free of old
huir as possible. Whilst doing this
keep a sharp look out for ticks
spots. Remove all tJefca
tl illl a pair ol
II the spot fracn
liii-'i ihe lick has been I
bleeds, just swab it with a little
alcohol on a cot ten swab. The
largo tuk is difficult to remove,
he holds on tenaciously, put a
little alcohol on a swab hold it
on the tick for a Dslnufa
this will make him relax his grip
and he will drop oil Having fin-
ished your grooming now care-
fully examine the insldea of the
to cut out all shabby and with-
ered bits, stir up the mould
around the vine and give it a
good application of manure.
November has so far been a
month of i.mi. and while the
planters are rejoicing, gardeneis
are heartily sick of it and are
longing for ihc weatfn
up its mind lo settle down to be
fine and cOol.
Most observers of the weather
agree that the seasons In ll.uba-
doa have changed, and m ejgj
no longer count wilh any cer-
tainty on cool wealin
weather, hot weather, or any
kind of weather coming when it
should.
tan anu Ucka, auto
the ear* arc clean If they
< lean Ihem
i.ii it saturated swab held

1 i> eyes which should be
a ar and free from discharge |j
-i mild mucous discharge
.
dropped into the eye with an eye
tr pper will frequrntl.
the apt-
charaa persists, call jxui veter-
prt in. the same applle
the ear'
Unleee you have hid a great deal
of experience, it is far wiser to ge*
expert advice.
N-v in importance are the
nails. Unleaa a dog get- a great
deal of running about on hard
surfaces, the nails are Inclined lo
grow too long. This Is bad for
'heir fcrt. it tends to tluow ofl
It*) weight on the wrong portion
of the fool, makes
rtlay out and goes far to ruin
the gait. The quirk in toe nail*
which have been allowt
too long will have extent
wards, therefore when the opera-
hon of shortening the nails is
undertaken, the great
must be exercised not in injure
Ut* quick. Far better lak- ofl .
ir.'.l. with your nail clippers
Then io a few davs Ufl | ;J(,.
iff little more I h
that a narrow piece of wood abu'.
an null wide by 69 Inchea long
an inch thick make* a good nail
filing Implement by attaching to
one surface a strip of sandpaper
with 4 drawing pins Using this
can he kept in good shapethe
Mv recedes whan once
Ihe pedicure properly taken in
hand. Dogs sometimes are fright-
ened of clippers whereas the*
I mv nail tile.
During the very wet
is wasted in the garden, as very
little can be done when beds are
rain sodden.
But getting up weed off the
lawn can be done between ihow-
hen ihe ground is softi
h ' ilei to gel the weed up
v.'lthout breaking its roots. This
'iiggtng up of weexi dls" Ihe lawn considerably, and the
bare patches must be re-miuldc'
as soon as possible Grass vlll
quickly grow again and cover the
small re-moulded pitches i ut
any large patch will pro! il u
need some grass planted in to
Up Its
I *"? tiiadon* 1
Men Made Younger
By Treating Gland
BleatS, tUinlB* NMIIW
Si>M*aa< 1!m%9Sir^iiSv^i
cauMS to ! at IM rMlUU OkuM
it m*n {variant > paaS In m%>. T*
OHM IBM* MwMn la 14 Uw. Illi
uick.r t.n. *laar ana bMitk t. tn
ES vimiuIc ffiZ~~j atJlaS !!
No "4IW haw ktna im kao **"*
aaaa ! faram**4 atavUnfal* paajt riaalala (lliM aaa ">
tttu ta-l I* la * Taara youaftsw ar saanar
aek Oat Safiaaa braaa rear a*S*aM- TS*
uaranla* pralacU (OSS.
WITH CASHMERf BOUQUET FACE POWDER
Farm And Garden
ALL OVER THE WORLD
fz'FH
ANNUAL KXIMIIITION
(By AURICULA)
the dates fixed lot .
Exhibition arc Deeasnbei I and t,
It Is greatly to be hop. t thai
BVwei "I local food crops of all
will turn out in full
force with ihoii exhlbtta, thus
giving a really line dlspl. .
public who face the import kitua-
uon wttfa grwwn misgivings due to
ncaihi, rising priesM and facton
beyon The exhibit).si authorities are
paring no pains In the staging ol
>he Exhibition, while the awards
are substantial, not only in money
prizes but in numerous challenge
cups offered by commercial firms.
private individuals and by Ihc
Agricultural Society Itself, Tr-
is the one hundredth and BrM I \-
hibltlon sponsored by Ihe '-
which has a record uf ,. in \< n :
to be proud of over this long
period of time. Vicissitude and
success alike have generated -
eeuiaUBi and detannlnaUon hardi
equalled in inlonial history a
.nuflcent effort o!ely fur
ihe iKMietH of local enterprise and
covering a wide range of activities.
ilturallv and Industl lal
ly. We liespejik Ihe whole -hearted
upporl "f every member ol the
-ommunily for Ihe 1951 Exhibition
Exhibitors should provide (hem-
. selves with copies of the catalogue
i.nd prize list so as lo famillari.'.
i with the eondli
tulc- There are a few changes I i
some sections and these should In-
noted In particular by hauilual ex-
bihltorg who may be relying on
plW*iOUS catalogues. We give b--
low a few general hints whici
may be helpful to those exhibit-
ing for the lirst time
1. Each exhibitor should oblai.i
I copy of the condition* oJ ti
Lompe.itlons and make himself <.r
herself familiar with then Pi
Ifts are obtainable from b/.c ex-
hibition secretary at Queen's l'-i
2. All exhibits must be put U
Ut a tidy manner. Unll
luality and appear .me an <
very impor sjal uh
H Frui' i
ubies should u* place | aaatl)
naskets. Exhibllors n. |
.
clean from leale in.-t*. tuns0
bruises or other disllt
Stems should be CU. -hurt anil HO
pulled off. Careful packing la
i levrnt damage In transpoci i
eassrfDai,
4. All fruit must be in a stag
of ripenesK suitable for i
purpose*. Unripe or ovcrnnc fruil
are likely to be disqualilled.
K, Exhibits showing abnormal -
iah as great individual
growth etc. do nol r .
S> On pace 14
Good mornings bejin with Gillette
The Basques who reside
in the High Pyrenees
Now shave off their beards
with Ihc greatest of ease;
You also should share the
improvement they've made
By using tiie wonderful
Blue Gillette Blade
Sharpcst ever made. Blue
Gillette Blades are aUo ihc most
economical because they lust
so long. Naturally they are
chosen by the smartest men of
every country in the world.
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HAN DKERCHIEFS
In white and colours for men and women
A TOOTAL PRODUCT
i - ri oi aiusti ID
SoM leiturad
Delicately pedumed
Cothmera- Bouquet Foe* Podai
oivav o lolm imootK Imnk
a Clmgl lightly, avanly. lor
lading lovelinaii
FACt rowDes sv
('aaAfte^t $0ua*ie~
choose
xtra mild, extra loothing
Bath Size
PALMOUVE
^ &tra-mild palmolivi
SOOTHES BABY'S TENDER SKIN
Palmolivemad* of the fineir ingredienii^-givei o crtomy-
mooth ftru mifrf tctficr that K-otfici owoy irritotfon oi it gently
ftool away dirt A doily Palmoliva bo* will fcaep your baby
v'raihed dainty. Vtmembei, Polmolive it
oltng I
rtiMCirvr
GCO to.' &AMY
a iVKiAtir
COOS fO YCUI
fc/bte&vss/tfCAes r.y bath sizi almouvi
Thank
KOLYNOS
for my healthy teeth
PaoatratJns Kolyno*
foam rlean thciroiuc! >
(ha UmUi. ajhara harmful
unaaan nadaria are mot*
likely looollaci. Koirto-
actually prmnu daoay
Chlldran
lovatharool
mini y flavour and It
la ao food for their
aath-keea* Ihem
healthy and eironi
Kolynoa ktrii your
&,
td an.1 uparkltnB.
vour mouth claap and Ireah
ooaomloaJ, for only
half an Imh on your tootn
brush .-
No other dentifrice does more than KOLYNOS"
to Ikjht tooth decay.
TRIUMPH OVER
PAIN
QUIXIHC -THl FOURTH IHCRtOllHT IH tKACIK'
Mow dor, ANACIN rtltava p*i %o '. o aflaalvtly I A law yaan
a|o ladin| iciantuti diicovarad thit the tacrci liy m the eaict balancin|
of thraa famotif medi; met (Phenaceiln. Cittern* and AcatylullcylW Acid!
with FOURTH ingredientquinini And 'Anacin'i' Quinine acti
if-rrg itiiatlf with (ha other medlcinct to tooth*, ichei. bnn( down
fe.e-ni temparaturci. r*i*.orc a ml tent* of well-being !
Paim (rom f**r Coldi H*idichn f
f >> ttlffw frtm I Tooih>cn* H*fumnim '. Nej'*l|>i '
I My f tktit uMl Pi M"t'l ''"' Th" ANACIN' *
-' >u >mmed>ai* rail*', cut out
' imum| ipeed I
\ lh > tvfftr fnm I
\ aaji tt faeie aajai PI
CAST OFF PAIM-AT ONCE f
T*. lor a y*ry Irttl* you on buy
enough to bring you fui relief (rt
available M handy 30-iablet boivi
In the b*nefui o' thu great new
I I-ubiet enrelope of ANACIN '
m a bout of pain Anacin it alto
and la bottlei of SO tablet!. Share
K entifn dio.r,
ARM YOURSELF AGAINST PAIR
GET SOME 'ANACIN' TOD A Y!

VV
Doctori and dentntl recorr mend ANACIN In Great
Britain alone oior 12.000 use It in their iurg*ri.
' ANlCIa > i*M la Ireal IHUIn an laeth arete* u***r In* na>
As one woman
to another...
Don't do it. Binkic! Had dogl'
'Poor dog, you mean. 1 doai'i
luppoae he cn>oyi it",
'W.-ll. it makes me *njrry.
s> tji.ii. Kratch, acraicli. .ill day.
and everything covered with hair*.
Why din it have in huppen lo me?
I've noticed your KarHca m\*r
acratchc'.
'Sot like ihiit. I mint admit.
Before 1 had a dog, you know, I
used n> think they all icratchcd
naturall). Thank gJnt.! Bill
envoi about dogv He (u wouldn't
put up with ii it it cratched. 'Foj
the oocnional luklc, yc", he aayi.
'But constant tcratching. no. li'i
painful (or ihe dug, and it can
bare patchei or even akin
trouble*, like eczema'.
' So you bought tome miracu-
lous non-scraicrung animal f
'No.ofcoursenot1 Hill: 1.1
me to give Rallies one Boh
Martin's once u day right from the
lime we ha I him and 1 must
ay he thrive* Ofl "'
H..h Martin's?'
Yes, you know, Bob Martin's
Cot**lMoa i'ablti*. Apparently a
dog'i ordinary IihhI just hasn't gut
enough vitamins and minerals In it,
so his blood gets oui ol order, and
he starts ihi! scratching business.
KanrflW and things are all
m Bob Martfa'a, v. Bill say*'.
'You Bfe aaoYjti hating a husband
who knows about Jogi. though 1 do
adotc mine, even if he d know about archaeohtgy'.
won't hear a word againsl
husband I Anrway, you try
bob Martin's. You'll iind
Binluc's much *viter in every
way for it, as well as not
temdahaj like that and hav-
ing a belter coat. Mark
my words!'
/ dw/l */ a*y ear a* BreW.
*MeaffaM*f
I- NL a MEVIRS at CO LTD
aaior.ETowN Barbados uki i i-ii u i indibs
BACKGROUND TO BEAUTY
'
DUSSEAL priming is caarntial to the painting of all new well*: it*
application ensures that the paint drift right .inj rtayvi n^Af. UusKal
call off the destructive alkalis and moittiin- $imwft pn-*cnt in new
surfaces, and at the same t-'.ic provides a iinifom, nou porous base
for the paint coats to follow. It thus prevent* pei-lino, and dicn|ourj-
tion, permits speedy painting ami
assures that the paint coat gives the
in iximum mtwcc.
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-I \l>\\ MIYF.MRF.R IS. IMI
vlADAV ADVOCATE
I'M.! IIRTF.EN
IRVING
the MAN behind
the MAKE-UP
0 To day his grand
son explodes the myths
about the actor who
mode fortunes, 'lied
penniless and left
crowds weeping in the
streets .
Man Mout^fSiOn
by Beveri?y Baxter. MP
Pools Pottery Rvrgarl L-ben
designs unt thai an idfi lo. that is i
the kiddie this year* At Y Wl
:ima & t_V Ud. there ate gttrafl al Civ*
lively illustrated Pnuidgc Bowl LM
and Drinking Muss m MUM *
ornaments. Also featured e* ncl
.1 name de
- Uu and Unen-.
Ml heard 1 it* And
Shepherd'' now, are]
la m Gowrn, Head- \
.. and myriad bolls of
matin* tmH
Slarllinii Prfiiftiuns
In Yoir lloroafopr
Your Real Life ToU Free
Beer Uui*. Flower Vises and Wal In Cave shepherd ft Co. Ud..
Plaques, the Lillet ui the lorra 0 " their v ry excellent display
Flying Ducks. Seagull* and Blu--' Liberty's Art Cormf
ihe rnoM
Without u
rked al 0*.. he made hi* way through euch dli
which is a lot of money for a book, couragemente a* would h a
KAWIH -; massive
biography* of his gratm
skilled ol profession of ihe r-h^ hurt you ruined hi*
fluence and without hel rareer "
hi rehearsal he was relentless
rot pagJanL No one was allowed
It is long as three novds broken the spirit of anyone with- v. apeak .word. He would take
which Is a lot of wordsand has out tremendous force of characte. at hour tn achieve what he want-
88 illustration, to entertain the His marriage was unhappy with- ed even in a minor situation As
eye. 001 perhaps being unfortunate. No for money he had the attitude of
To save time and to borrow doubt the innate repectability ot the true artist. Money was ome-
the legal procedure of Alice in ItawAOs O'Cailaghan appealed to thing to he spent Hi production
l !nd 1 propose to give the him and he found pleasure in her not so be hoarded He made for-
BHt and then call the Infatuation. But after marriage tunes and died penniless which
evidence. This it the best she resented his mode of life, for
biography 1 havi Irving loved to stay up late after
The author makes Irving; Ia. and the play and enjoy good com pan >.
die before our eyes. good wine and. especially good
By some miracle Mr. Lawremi cigars. Uke Mr. ChurchUI. h*
Irving has given us a life that could smoke a cigar at seven
rings with truth. Never once does o'clock in the morning.
The struggle of the normal
ii'm.iii and the artist husband I*
a old as the caves, and | -
these two parted without a divorce
although two sons had been born.
When success began to mine
h\im: .ilways desiring rcapert-
ubillty. agreed *0 live ;it home
enduring ogam, but one night. gltM g Hie-
When he cessful premiere at the Lyceum, h-
he intrude bis own prejudices upon
the controversies that in.
most famous figure* of that time
including critics, fellow actors.
..tt.t even the Hoy at
F.or.iU.
Just A Ham Artar ?
AN ACTOR, unlike :i writer Off
painter, can leave
evidence of his gifti
-hat he Intended.
Hit Tear* Here Krai
11 mutt be remembered that he
as tne linn between sneer melo-
M tn* naw-iDaen cnal-
Ungc oi tn pia) <.f ideas. Above
all ne regMoeo himself as Shakes-
peare** chamberlain, lie played
Oesesaas, rlenry
V and even '"ok on KiTiuo whan
Mitles. one night
' i.ig", and svban Dk D
Tarry at IX-sdemoiia. asked Mm
- i Ik ui i io to win back
hg did it so
Full] mm real tears pt
birds, ror the table. Pool* Pn
tery offers Butter ft Marmala.k
lMahe* and vary appealing i/n.e
"'* Prices are most reaonabh
at Y. de IJma's on Broad $1.
Real Estate In Barbados i
lapse of vast Interest to those plan-
osng to take up residence on thk
detighiful island. Specialists n
long-standing m all property mat*
ters are John M Hindoo ft C"
with office* in Plantation* Build-
ing, fully aya haled surveyors aiw
apprmlaara, Ihelr widely arknow-
leslged abiHty and Integrity Is wet
known by many In countries fai
removed from Barbados In ra< t
the names of newcomers to the
island who have acquired homei
thru' John M. Btofton Co makt
a long list.
has spoken his last word upon the nave a party for his friend
tag* it is douhlv true that the was flamboyantly exhibitionitt Tlugi with the
.nee. At best he be- despite the warning glances of his
come-; a legend. ItrbJgCl t,> Ms) sessS
vagaries of lime and taste. Driving home in a brougham 'un^or them
Koto than anyone else Shaw at four in Ihe morning i
mimed thai the Irving he had made a fool en
legend would not po unchsusOiaed. Without a word of protest hemere-
Fruin the moment that Ibf In i- >' s "Pi>ed the driver and a"' out.
nan transferred from D "t to return to her. But In
,.,! always sent he, a box for h- flrst
un.visation of
*. i, > ,
>ck tears and madi
Tin- cKUci hailed

M with success
nd carried
.; before him gffbd Ukg I
go--.i liouper he took In Canada
ell. Back in London he Tiad
Of the K\cheqner.
one t.f the crowd
the
Irvlllg wi h wit and venom, and did nights and she always hoped that " '
... u, he wOtfM have I CaUuTO. HU ^ ^ [^', "' l' '^""'1>
pgJd be never acted his JU^ u. th. w nga t n,o> ., ,, -
I | arhao gba irag uiiigal put ui Xmci!uoV
irtor nf his time, pompous, the name of reaper ability h,
smug, wl bout conscienc-. and her to be there in full view nrnttfut h-
Ogre to F.llrn l^lhg was not a P"*^?* "?"- .^.e .e-^which wa? not "what
, the damsel in distress. P^-jJjj|.niftjt the cool g i;. JSSima
of companionship with oloer
Irving had aer^'ed a h.r-h uo,n,.M Inhtooam way he wa- "' "rt : hc "2! h"v"
i Ols' imdouMeCH) In love with F-iu-r '
i btargh ami Dublin Aj |,nv a,i S1IKU, ^r)1 n,,,
ilihouKli she u'.is alwayn
I Ihe of sturdy, marrylni omc..... ot another Am
UveWeati I irm- dM not add Irving to th. gsjl
grth, e.,.ih- xi,,. Mtm W|ni Was Ikrunk
miixl ..n.l Uiidi Has moihe, ,N ,, llini, bpnOTC M ttsB
i gftot -fMnagei. pro*
dOOffl sOd. tln.mrier. he I
pftV Itaeti Imavian. On one ii(
on an actor came on chunk n,, doubt
an(| hopelo5sh
IrVrAI 'topped the pla\ ;ituI
. me*, and
llien in.oil' the InebruTtf pity the
scene all over. Next daj Imr
I the Whole I
With in* tongue
Uf- which Irving flooded hi
km, he said, "in not telling t|1)|1 ,M romantieltirri
movements nnd that hi.; me ih;it thi-s fellow was drunk rskiit.br* a* im.
ometimes muffled, and Rv your misplaced kindness pOU World Copvrighl Resercert.
Th* most gwrgeous Ladies
Dres^ulg Cowns and P)
Fuigi Silk are here from China
tOO, ill Ihe l.iu-1 H
Satin and foiming only a part oi
i cargoes unloading ,n th>
Uianial Shop on the earner oi
Itoebuek and High Stree.v A
branch of the Surti United Co. o)
Swan $>t. the Oriental Shop Is full
of intivi-stiiig and different Xmai
Gin ideas. Far InataM
broidered Chinese llaiuikcrehiefs.
Irish Linen Table S.
Sheet- and well, drop In and
it fot >"iirself'
a
Tin- iv'.---.
in the world LACTCX'.EN. now
with added Vitamin-' With VUN-
hck in u'ikhmi nc naj _.-, __j .. ,, _ _,
LACTOGEN is l h e easiest of
vitamin foodstuffs to prepare, fust
ter of minutes and then
have it. Remember, too, laftCTO-
CiEN is pure Cow'- Milk modified
to provide a complete, balanced
nouruhmeni On sale al
lug Druggists, t h e dWrfmrsora
are T Heddes Crnnt A- Qo I ''
ly i
rsuUgosN :nd X" the
pj lilr I'M.lull d ih'.t hai
utiloilunnti son afOuld I
bod end. Yet undoul.te.IK In
.i gag from her.
They JeerrH And Honied
IN those day aWdlOrW
. eerdiet. lo t g
BttMsrib i
ided and rnrnotti i
hut he never beeomeen
.. aged.
He knew th.r he was ungainly
jn r
volc-
gnd living only a few hours. He
was DUrtad. m ahil Abbey imri his
it the real of Ml
beloved BssbbsssPPbbbTI and at Hie
side of hi- Mlntt vagabimd David 1V'' <"'''
lined the *""
gatnong Ri
USA DtM
in the wtirld
\i le-
of the
The-e t.
the
rnssrhtne
if Wed
.net wopt unashamed
UU baarUVl H Nelson
With this UKih Su HssflPJ
i erges fiom the mist-
. niW of his hfe wlU
inde and <> I
rtrple material for one.
But the film should lx* made Hi
England, i rrpubie of portraying 'he popa-
| WPJ oftrn onU | 04 .
nd the M'lentless reolism with
; gssherv
off' .in m elloli! < nbsl I '''
enthiKiast Drop in and
on the BOOT. MOM are syell
within to-dav's lum and the
high Quality nnd ttntsti
typical of B-S^. workmanship
Twist-grip rnnlroU. new rogi
brake action and iv--de>ign-.l linn-
Itehan arc a rew ol the m i -
new It.S A
feature invtiea a closer inspectlr*
and, inevitably, a purchase I
II storked shelves. Y<
must really come in very
and c.' these beautiful materials
Krinemixi the Singer Sewins
(Ph. 4W.I. This i-
ril learn Drafting. Pat-
torn Making. Siyle Adaplatioe
and. of cOurat, the naakiug of tin
Drees. In ihe term, each pu|:
hgg ii i lasscs per week anu
Thursday is given over to YOUR
sewing pioblems. This Inter-
nationally umou-. course is right
here in Barbados and COJPlusSsM
in a well l-l out room. Urge and
well hi. Ti> enroll in the Suigei
Seeing Academy is toen-mr ppul
Ignig In
I9JL'.
Socks and Ties soon you'U
be lookiiit: h these and you'U
llnd no wider choice than at H. II.
Kdward, Ltd. on Broad St. The
price is always right in this store
where SportMMCar abound*. Have
.eeii ihe colourful Shu
; .ill kinds of patt*
lot \liii ai.u hoys It H bdwartii
inan> line quality woallgl
the TiopicaU are mosl
tempting in >oft tonod fawns and
gjpgyi With their many dress at-
cessoncs, It 11. Edward. Ltd. |i
i interest tug place lo shop.
CftACKIRS! CHftUTVAl
. RACKUUIII New and m UH
More. BOM :.n pp tirsl tUn*
Made b> Mansell's of Knglan.i
lieyle re..U, beautllul SBOgaal
in doaoris, a few vary, very special
freeetu- -.. - liame I- [nill- meio
kind can only be had ln>m the
sole distributors. James l^vnch &
Co. Ltd. You're bound to think
of Crackers very soon, don't forget
to ask for Mai^eU's ami if you
want to have a quick look to oaa>
vim.- ya|tfeU nt, hue ^ |u i.
them Ueiiert, a- < a
i new "dnpment of V.iugiinr tv
nmi Ua>*tlowers are on the apa*
Tsstski may be here when you
reading this, at ihe Chelwa f'.a -
pfp Showi>"mi. There aie a frw
niodlllcatioir on both makes oi
I
tlaj III Ol MM -I"--'
.....\.A And coming on the IgnV
boat, what d'you think th
pie "' ' 'muhil'-
XK130 Mk VII. Sedan
This woil.l imOUl ' sthssti
ybe i
ho
.-.,!. pfl Dwl
i i I not only endangered th*
L.E.K. I
How A Great Man Selected His Wife
But don't ask who it is untU you have read to the end
IN 192a he had reacnen the .ig. mod wag one for which Mrs done more to help and encourage!
of 38 without having paid any Carver had the greatest dislike hlni in his career.
. lo women or even given How could two people with He on hi* part, though intoler-1
them an] leiiooa thought Mich different interests llnd com- ant and forceful on military sub-
lie now decided that it was time mon ground upon which to build jects. was modtst and unassuming
rrhM fnoihf snade ., UN together.' It was through in other matters
. uri '.In-tak UM hov- that he got to know the He was always n
of finding l srtN uith the same mother He taught them skl-ing and learn, when talk In the home i
methodical thoroughness that he and r\ other job deal of time with them The boy* Ject- like painting, music, or
As a flrst '.hot in lit- campaign. In return became verv fond of books
' i irtv of friends him
to Din.i' B In this Mrs Carver lived in ChiBwtell
gay seaside town. h< hoped to and when they all returned u
meet his meal woman England he called on her.
Bj the spring of 1927 he found
As a start he took souk leasotu himself violently in love, and in
in ballroom dancing; he felt he the summer they were married
should be proficient in some of They set up home at Camberlcy.
IRON BKDSTKADK WITH SPRINGS
and SPRING KIIJIO MATTKKSSKS
rerentlv rrrHvrrt. do nol wall until llu- last mop
lU'Y \*)W
UMIMI
Broad
s-^S?
the M ' ' hiih
mother used to talk
But none of the ladies
Dinard took his fancy, so he
Sacked his bags and departed to
. Hand.
his to be Dear th. Staff Colli tie.
he was an instructor.
A New World
opened up a
world to him L'p till now, c
to hi;, difficult nature, he
Stair Work'
But he could not forbear to
t:is passion for leader-
ship in the running of the home
It was just another Job of plan-
ning, and who could lie more lilted
i ! th. chief planner''
In
His early staff work was not
sueceas. Hie hack of knowleog-
lod to result* at times more UPAIJ-
Ing than helpful
Ills first plan for heating the
had house brought in a supply of fuel
VITAMINS Gl
HiflTH-
ALTRA
Givts vql
foice
He went to 1-enk in the Bernese orr starved or rather "gtarved which overflowed into" the garden
Obcrland and there threw himself himself, of love and affection nnd other odd place* and wa
He had come to feel that he more suited to heating g factory
had to light his way alone, with than a private house
j one to turn to for understand- On August IB. 128. his happl-
Ing and real rrlendahjp. ness was crowned by thr birth of
In consequence, all his affection, his son David. And he set about
as well as his tireless energy, had arranging for the care and up-
been lavished upon the Army. All bringing of his eon
his was now changed He soon found hi
Rg ..s no less devoted to his his depth and .-aid
career, but when hie day's work
maidenfprms
Mlegru
nal* new IbbMoM CenTi 'a*-'*
-hape untrl vow tV""' '" '"
lia|>e . brauliiulK roaajgwo,
natural!- pnliheA ipetfc
emilateil \nA AMeym* i- the
bra f. do eiartlv ihgt! Ulegro
aagaldayoi........vot......Iroll
voar cuts* inan't'-ii-l' .....
tn ,| , bov. ...-IK Ii.mIv
lOBi figure rait.....k! In .....f
IgSSQffile "l"i- and I il'in -
Cenaini Ugideni...... loa-
>< to- are Blgdf onl) in lli<"
I nited Mal.-ol \.....m a.
with great vigour into the local
sports of ski->ris and skating.
With his usual flair for leader-
ship, he took over the organisa-
tion of Ihe sports at hiv hotel.
Here he met Mrs. Carvi
. with two small sons.
Hatred Of War
Her husband had been killed
in the war at GaUipoll, fend this
her with a deep hatred was done he could go h
of war. Her main Interest, apart relax in the Joy of family life.
from her children, was in the shared with _
oils and wife and her two hoys 1'
llptured and to spend ten yean of perfect hap-
ind pltgna
wood-carving Hi was up against His wife's love loi hei
proposition. He had no softened her dislike "f mlUtarj
knowledge of art and rds iirofes- matter, and no wife could have
If out of
ith great
Mlk) no-
il entailed
lie's that he
'her child as
v. ml.
understand,. AND WHO if fhe man? Well
these extracts conic from a neir
hook eVld Marshal Viscount
Moniuomrrv; The tOfff of hh
li/e. rold matnlv for Ihe UOunu>'r
reader: by Lady PVacocI:
(Hutchlnson. Ts 6d )
Only < bf,t thst
goorf soobgh for you. ALTRA C
li.sr Oil conauni IOg.000 Int. UniU of
V.um.n A and 11,000 Int. Unite of Vita-
min D par ounce. Compare thli viismin
strength with thet of any other tod
i..er 0l| and rou'H ie- AITKA give*
yau twe the value
ntok rotencu
COD LIVER OIL
CAPSULES
I hrr-
llhudrii TtWI
lur evciy tffa ol Ifn
So beautifully easy...
so easily beautiful
because Bn-u'* Hdi utiv <. Imou iImwumiMi "d rffncT-
la.lv, talilw viuiv -' " '"* ta'Sf
, l>knn> I" I"- I" M '"'' ,r ""' "^W*te
,1 i,, loo. So cin-l"-"*. ""hl '"'"> "" "*' "S.1*",
llic Unit ramamv Utf.
there's more foam in
Brylfoam
IHt OBIOINAL SHAMPOO IH 1UIE
-,:',v.::'.;:%-:%:v.:..
ri* i * 'aV;JiM* ; -* '* VAVi'' '< W ^CS^iiJ.-
ttsnawAUzr,
HELLO MRS. HOUSEWIFE!
YES. WE KNOW ghoul those prices, nlso your attempt'
tiling out I nothing
SO LETS HAVE A SERIOUS TALK nnd we'll see \vh t
can do for you.
know those "mm" pKoni'iTHr Vat !"* '|'p
im. nt -.r junu. and fruits EVei n ..-.i in.- "KOO" Frulln ith
rowra* ellira k-lKiona, I can ssasure yoo, and th- N ...; win..
KBil forgat thai noniishn.wAriF" reaaat MttaT, '" ovht ^pre^d
Toi thoar picnic snndwichea.
FOR THOSE WHO UKE both palate and pocket. "ACC" Eack Lobster Is a deli-
And don't tell me you've forgotten the Xma* Cake'
;iv ' However, the |ob is made easier by that "BROOK**-
l i %nis mi I'.i-l ..liable in a package ^r by the pound.
\NM A WORD fr the di-cnminitinit Mothernutritious "CI.APr'S- Baby FaoeU
re now available. Ith in Cereals and Strained Fruits Oat TLAPP'S" tomorroar.
ha- U -Ith '
%
From Englandtraditional home
ol ahuern*BJnRClark! ore sending their
hurst ehuri infht round the world.
Americans. Australians, Khodesians, New
Zealandrrsand Britons toolove them
for their ityl'*, tlieir variety and their
eraftimaml.il.. So will you!
mCLL, LITTLE l.\iv NO WDHDEfl NOW!
M \\ siilI'MI NTS JIST ARRIVED I
Mil. ( III \l'l ST AND YET THE BEST '
pn*neUxt< To have and to hold your powder all day long Vnn I
smootheaoniuchanaiiviJeh mrni-gret't. Rsta
N
WeOW "lit"
wild i
YARD LEY Kou .dation (>
d. LTM|
ham at c atOAU ito. e-vMOtrwu om-/, trait' ^"I.Tri"_u*HD
LOCAL AGENTS ALtC BUSMLL CO.. BARiAOOt


I'\(.l I ill RTIKN
SI M)\V .\[>\n( VTI
SINDW MJV1 MBER 25. 1S1
14 glasses of Fine Wine
from every bottle!
* *
DO YOU KNOW
?

thi your mNlk It a n
i; "wntu in vourdu/eative
I rail Is in ord*r
ue 1*1 lean, your
n.'Uth feels freab. But if
your v.l-m't alugglah
the tongue is coated.
t in re ft a sour, unpleaaant
in jroui mouth.
Im you need
KrkhiiK Amtrewa Liver
' Andrews cleans ud
fienhena the mouth, atlro-
i.latea the action of the
digestive organsand keep*
your aystem free from
Jogging food wastes.
Ite n i e ui ber
Bible
Sunday
ii
TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR
FOR CHILDREN m
IDEAL FOR
GROWING FEET
MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY
OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE
SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES
OUR MAS TOY BAZAAR IS NOW OPEN
AND THIS YEAR THE ASSORTMENT IS
BIGGER AND BETTER THAN EVER.
I ...III. SOT 1-OSSIIH.Y. WITHIN THE ST ACE AT OUR DISPOSAL,
C.IU: TOO ANY ADEQUATE IDEA OF THE TRULY WONDERFUL
BANCO! OF- -
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, ETC.
NOW ON DISPLAY IN Ol R SHOWROOM
tmm Arm atu * yoihsklf-
YOIII IVSf'ftf f#OV IS 10HIHUI.Y I.WIVKII.
Amoni: hundreds ol other uilts ' CUMna you will lind -
.MM IIAMCAI. TOYS
Hill. \KIMIWN TKUCKS
PI DAL FIBI I.M.INr.S
PI D U MOTOB ( \KS
II DD1 BEABS BOFT TOYS
DOLLS' TEA si.Is
CABPENTEBS1 Tool, sets
l.ll. BALLS AMD BALLOONS
i BUMFI rs-Tin ;md PlaMk
PUSH TOYS with IU-II
'.MECCANO SITSSizes 0 lo 10
LEAD SOLDIER SETS
LEAD ZOO SETS
TRICYCLES AND BICYCLES
DINKY" TOYSAll Kinds
DOLLS' rlHAMIIl'LATORS
RUBBER TOYS AND DOLLS
DOLLS' HOUSE IT'RNITURE
WOODEN POP GUNS
"TRIANC;" TODDLE HIKES
AND TRAIN SETSCl.eknork and Eleclric
u, ah* bf -
PLASTIC TOYS AND NOVELTIES. X.MAS TREE DECORATIONS.
X.MAS CRACKERS. X.MAS GREETING TAGS. FANCY WRAPPING
I M'l It FANCY TINSEL CORDS AND WRAPPING TAPES.
E>
THE ABOVE ARE JUST A FEW OF OUR SPECIALLY
IMPORTED X.MAS ITEMS AND ONLY A PERSONAL
VISIT WILL ENABLE YOU TO REALIZE WHAT A WIDE
CHOICE OF GIFTS AWAITS YOUR SELECTION.
V \Y I S AN EARLY VISIT AND BRING THE CHILDREN.
Vl
Housing
In the
Caribbean
PAIN, Nov. ic.
\.<.-,' si M.......<:: in the Car-
. An I the
hfl
tlM Carib-

\ is m my dUfai
i; problem.
va statistic*,
ipterg dealing with
aided self-help, finance, sugges-
| uction. recetr. and
curretv In the ter-
U tlonihip be-
an, t health. A flnai
.. ing ihe data pre-
Vlltl UO*-
usiny. imprnvemci.:
th.v might ba considered by gov-
emmenl and individuals. It sug-
I the Carib-
bean housing us. obtain U#a in the
availability in quantity of
Ii iind in In.'
teihnique*
the ex-
Vaat tuna by terrl-
\ i cfcanalva
blbf* gn phy la appended.
The study was prepared by the
Re earch Branch.
Or. Fric William'.
Deputy Chairman of the Carlb-
i aw ii .'"Uabor-
ating an Col .Hani for In-
! iM'vi-lopment, Mr. J. E.
rn in, ind the Information
tori whoga held correspond-
: in th<> gdhering and
cheeking of current housing data.
The magnitude of the housing
uiXiUani in (he Caribbean is
i by Dr. WUllaiag in hit
study. He
"El Fanguito in Puerto
RloOi JOB Jon in Trinidad.
Trench Town in Jamaica, All
Buoyi In British Guiana. CarrLn.:-
nd Malaya la ton Village In Barbados. Irish
Singapore. From there in .shall Town in St. Kittsthese are, In
work our passage m the cheapest the Held of housing, some of in
reilities hidden behind the im-
CANCER TREATMENT wiU drive directly to Singapore. bought a Land Rover." tools, lad By HMO they expect then mot .n.k-ur of MOTTO Cattle
toihiNi.i Warren and Dtuglas. who hope 5.000 ft. of film. to have gone und they hui* lo get and Hnm-'one Hill, the historical
A new cancer treotmont centre lo cnlcr tbt Cam dlan diplomatic From Paris they intended to H" on On drive assoclat.ons of English Harbour.
hag bUn **d atl^nd v'cc at the end of their stud.es. drive through Switzerland, across Australia. Trafalgar Square and Mont Pelee
Ontario Mam feature of th. r. vdi-un hmvu ,i' Austria. Yugoslavia. QraMa *iu\ Afterwards they mean to cross '
treatment M a cobalt bomb, the During the pttsl three summers Turkey, then via Aleppo and to New Zealand, and work their
warful radioactive source they have work.- i their way m Damascus to Jerusalem in Una im passage later to San FraDti i
used for peaceful purposes. One Europe and ln;h-hlked in all rhriatmas. V incouver. ** s,aU' ,lf expenditures,
ouncp of cobalt is built Into three parti of the ContttMBrt, Taking After spending Christmas in They expect to be home hy i
and a half tons of concrete tor colour lllm.v Jerusalem, we'll decide on our S ptember and then thev ill ft
u.-itim-ru of cancer by radiation "Last gummcr are were arrested next move." said Douglas. beck to university.
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bution of 79000 copies in IB48, TWO young ('madian students times in Yugoslavia and once :n the bttl if the intcniationa' situation
A Itarhadns Auxiliary < & poUUcal ICJenc*, Warren Wll- Russian sector of Bci Un." s.id j-, ikes that Impossible for us we'll
fiTTTnati hwiiH iib ,[,, ajnee W. "'"' li"MH Wawan. Ttaa arraa. In EWrUn . iraLght to Iraq and Persia
hen there has been auataintv brother Dougb trom Toronto, was the most frlgh.enlng. butt
,,,. have '..ni'feri.'-! i <-u studies from Russians let a Ko altei i .i 1 ukislan, \l:il.iv.,
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tarv many and Bclgin Soon they arc After lecturing during .
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The thara Is tha < tattoo ol ihs
THE Chiildren Acl of 1948 h ul l ' -. who already
two governing motives one ihe have their own pre fesslonal a*so-
daairatorUI .m administrative gap, elation and nect in conference >
the other a strong emotional deter- eiscusi their problem*. These ap-
mlnation on the part of the publi POllttmeBU are a good exarupn. i i
that certain ugly thinks that h.id ""' well-known BdJlUrdatratlvS
happened ahould not happen agan. I" m,|ll- 7' " want ihing
The llrst and more pedestrian of li'"1' mebodjr'a job to
Of \M not he despised. Th-;o ,l" ' ',1C Act r*QUin
was a Jungle of .... *] Authority to ippoinl
. uthntitU-5 and duties to be clcji. OmVcr who*
It is dim.ult to U- ef.Ultiu in .1 OUtir 11 is to be it- executive in
mi Idle; and than an ur.-uin-Pcr'or"'"v their iudcooi
uiur, In which loaf ill.' iii.iv '"" Al<- ;""' wlM iecomea a focui
affect I child's welfare more than " 'll <- m chUd cam in
-n unkind action. But that side of hcr arm'- an(l I,,lk w,tn ,nc va"-
the working of the Actthe in- voluntary societies ..nd priv^'e
crease of efficiency Is for th* P*"ns willing to lend a hand.
administrator to judge rather than Tht" <-,rr < "I Iran I'ommitl.'C
the man in the -tierl. What the '' l94S--fi. over which 1 waa prK-
generul public wants to know is "',|
how far the second purpose hi.* '" "''' * opeari appoUiiad, and
been achieved, how fur the child hava 'hearty ten much that is
whose home has failed him is encouraging in them and Uatli
better protected than before * Then existence is .till n.n -,
ngalnst drearin. ;l known everywhere* as U
III Mtaaa should lx\ The paOQM In Men
Local a.i I... *
It ia as well to remember that thai UstJ hava .. Chlldrea'l Officer,
the Art was not designed to and that anyone h. feels un-
prevent the home from breaking aaauMM aboul a child or wants
uown if indeed any legislation to help a child >h it Id go to hcr.
could address itself to thai end She may aomaUmaa hava no atapi.
It was intended to improve the tory rlahl to take direct action,
treatment of children whose hut .he can art Into touch with
homes had already failed them, ihe various anemic* throuKh
They do fall, unfortunately, in which somcthini: may i* done.
Dritaln as in other countries, it
will not have g ne unnoticed that
a number of the cruelty cases
which >>. shock the public con-
science are cases of cruelty by
Another ihin. the Act has don*
is to provide Tor the training of
taff, both Ihe ,houc mothers"
iltint dlrectlx with the chddi
parents to their own children, and the vUitois who inspect the
There may also be neglect, or foster homes. This is a provision
desertion, or the incapacity of which Is suspect to some people
parents to maintain the home: and particularly the warm-hearted
it Is after one of these causes baa voluntary worker who tiunks th >t
made it Impossible for the child piofeaslonal training will
to be brought up at home that Oovi amont ooVJaia" inthwlng on
the Act takes charge of him. It detailed regulations gi
is already apparent, however, thnl sandaids. That danger must of
as a sort of n-product It ha pr-.- guarded .use; Ixi
vlded a basis on which some much' emphasis ontl
greater protection of the child who practical txpoi '.tld IDOil
Is in his own home can ! built up. the -cheme. But un the other hand
It Is surely commo:
For the "deprived" child the lieve that '.irts witn
Act has done some vitally Impor- a leadiness to look after unfoi-
portant things. It has, 1 think, tunate children will i>e a mo-e
i hanged the whole atmosphere of \aluable visitor or housc-moth"r
Ixxal Authority actionand It is If she understands the conditions
the Local Authorities whom the which (nought them to this pass.
Act makes ultimately responsible knows what can be done for them
for receiving the child 'into cue by public authority or by Volun-
There are no "Poor Law" children tary agencies, has had some hints
now, as distinct from children on how to notice when a child
thought by the courts to need caro is unhappy or unwell, and Is
or protection. They are all one equipped to judge whether the
Kn*ip ot children, with whom the conditions in which he la living
local Child ' < n.itt.e ha- '> are healthy for his body and
deal in such a way as to "further spirit,
their best InteiesU." There has
been a new impulse towards pro- Thai Is what the Qtui
\idlng for these children ai commo- child-care set up by the Home
datlon that would be good enough Office aim at teaching the students.
&2SFcffiAKcSiSSE *- wh" " "
have opened with pride and cere- various groups of students In train-
mony their new residential nurs- |ng I can testify ih.it tht
tries and Childri
Homesnot
it
.. with the utmost enthusiasm. It
no many, certainly, as would have ,
done so but for building restrlc- no1 unimportant lewiU Ol
tlonsbut even as it Is these Act that child-care has become
establishments are opening In town one of the pro!.
flat town. With then bright gaily- that attract the educated young
Tin- conUnua
ion Into tha home, an I the visit*
li a) thest i
0 kers should t..t
I .is
. I .
itatainanl lo
Ofhce report that the effect is
already appa cut
I mil k ana might say that so
far as legislative and adminlsira-
tivo .oijiigenienU can securr ihe
t children in U
Mat UP. where
IWIowadi of i
I -.11 !: I.il'lil'
iii! am i" t wail .11
of steady hn-
piovemanL Thara li much to be
dolM, but the will and the mean-.
.ne thara to da it as soon as the
handicap of restrictions on building
. nd materials is removed. The
I of homethe private
fcater^homais not o easily ref-
lated by statute and committee.
In Itl vary nature it is an Inde-
pendent unit with Its own char-
BCtar. if well chosen it is very
loodt tad brings happiness and
pportunity to tha child
is always the risk that it may b*
ill-chosen or, like the natural
home iii.iv i real dow n
of Child/an Conunlttaa Miti of tha
two type of ubctttuta hoi
at ur judgment is that
than prababb graab hih
f acute onhappiness In n foster
hi but thai a happy foster
borne is happier than life as gen-
irallv lived in a large community."
The Committee did not advirc
pla Inn for safety, but
mencad the raanar home wltn
propa.' safeguards In al suitable
taaaa, The An makes it the duty
al Aiithont> to board
lid whenever possible, and
the Home Office
i eport that experience has eon-
hrmcj the view that this Is Uio
of providing for a large
> umber of the children
\ a,, children by this system have
aao placed In homes where they
are flourishing members of fami-
ii'S On tie other hand, from
time to lime the public is shocked
of .. rliil.l i-
nl-used by a tosfan ,.....ml an i
:.. ..itc: .di havt
answer I thmK
is that vve have accomplished a
i as In the
iiie choka of foatar
more irafully maae.
Instructad paophi A
watch is kept upon tin
Wet, which
an add ^
i Hut one must not shirk
facts. Thl
human wn kedncv. or madmss
.'. natural paioni
i i iita, that can-
ivnccfi nor complete^
provided agalnat This, as some-
' the chin';
In tha armour. The part of the
if the ctllfdl
'..m th.it nn i..
Or laxity on then pan contribute*.
M stnall a degree, to the
. i hlld victim.
Tory Colonial
Coinmiltee
lXJNl>ON.
appointments have n
made for the Conservative Party's
Affairs Cotnrn.'
regional lub-commltteM daaling
......it and coinmonweil'h
affairs. -
C.l. A. D. Dodds-Parker that
k tad Chalnuaa a ream*
I IMS, ;ie
r man from IMT-M or the
British Fmpne Produosra* Oraaala
aUOffJ 'tid of the Joint-East niv.l
Central African Board. During tha
I
Africa.
Mr who I
eat In African
affairs, C. J. M. Alport. formerly
ry of tha unpi
bean appointed tg
i
tin A 0
iv the fact thai hi' new appoint-
i... tha iiist limo
. o-ordlnatlnf the
worh of Bra-East and West Atuc.-i
Commltb
111 an e. iv..
. IBM, and It nal '
mp. sum- (MO ind ra-
search secretary of the
i Union, an- joint sei-rc-
Iha [mpai lal Coenrnlttee,
Chairmao of the Pi I i M
WaHai Ptatehei
in MJ travelled
and is an authority on
1 j
Ra-appOintad Chairman of th-
m Afi i Bub-con aiittaa
V. H K.
M 1' dnce IBU, !(. i .. larrfstet.
member i>f the '.'
Cotimil and is on the KxacuthC
Of the National TTUBt
bairmao "f the i:> I
African Sub-committee Is Mr
a t. Baidwln, m I' rat Leonrninh-
ter since IMS.
Julian Amen Ml' for Preston
since IBM. has been appointed
Chairman of the Commonwealth
mlttee, and Pah i I
M P fo, Wtochaati In i ItM
li. rli ted chaiitnuii Of tlH
West Indies Bub-COnunlttei
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[\U.F SIXTEEN
SINTlW \DVlKATE
SUNDAY. NOVEMBER M, 1*51
ITS ABOUT AS ROMAN AS
BUBBLE GUM
Crime Professor
Gels Arrested
But Peter Ustinov is superb in Quo Vodis
by R. M. MacCOLL
I* i i..... bg NM Ustinov
the only success of the whole
picture) whip* off a few hut
i' hir
Buclny Ba*r (t'rsu*), who Is ;
:rthei u( the fortnti world
hMvy-wdfllt champ M
a giant vno i" t\ attached to
Debby (as who wouldn't be').
In the smaahed climax these out they make Battl
.soldiers have got Debby roped to a Roman general
a 'small boy ruMi
through the streets while Hi
conflagrate* <
here. son he advises Mm
IWbby start* to leave the ro
IK | hoat
....
n.B Robert.
And (ml liefoir the final lade-
11 b boj
You muit
hoftaW
Britain > PCTtf VRTINOV
SM\. YORK Thursday.
.-. au^ion dollars: oh. what
QUO Vadw,' the Miper-
fantasticesl, must
I 16 ion* that nil right. pplc' "
la the moat boring,
i f nntl-climax I
. gg| through.
he darn thing runs for throo)
d hours uiul if my adding
> right, thai works out
at 2.000.000 dollar^ an hour. They
V gi'-en Uit monev to
Ifec Marahal Rub
Rom
now .bout th. atory 3,V,U" "nrt
i ..uiifui Christian bve girl '""
(our Debli\ Ken, wins over
PotCri Taylor playing
Marcus vim iu>, to see thai error
. '-it Rome.
By R M MacCOLL
NEW YORK. Sunday
Tn;rt. right year old Dr.
Notllar *a known as
- iressed professor ot th
campus' -i the University of
branch in Santa Bar-
bara.
:' -or of sociology, he ran
crime detection which
i-v. a ii.. crowd of students.
Nlv, the crime profeaaor hai
*on nrn-sted on charges of having
urgU-d many a horn'
urburb of Montecity.
Eml)ai idssing to others betid?!
v.e professor himself because.
not long .uce. natty Net ler a
lected j fellow of the Division
Of Personality and Social Psychol-
ogy of the American Psychological
Association
Call
NOW you can dial the telephone
coast to coast, or about 3.000 miles
No 11 iut wouldn t do In suite The mayor of fngiewood. New
of all sorts of British accents Jersey, started the dials spinning
hat Felix Aylmer over wheni he chattedI with the; mayor
folks, and breaks IU little ole I think, though, that UM I U IWitu? S^^""^?1?''^ E"
Mch kcuunch-jun Ilk,- h M to Pete, Ustinov. ,n(i Finlay Curne playing Peter" wconda elapsed fr
That got em. He winds up butchering himself nd Nornian WooUand
Yob, in spate of all the money to make a Roman half-holiday, And Leo Genn. giving hln\*lf
ti v tin,, 12 yoar* In ihe works] bul baton thiii ara had .fusion
mid the efTon (sue man travel- healed t<> i tint of inspired hpne nl all this you come away
led 35.000 mile collecting; the mugging. feeling you've been watering
rfkug animals, including two Sometime, he threatened to bathing beauty parade in dmg-
heetal despite the raM of overdo il a bit. and I felt store.
:take in the Colosseum,
iee and the so-and-so's mm Oronilla
1m a wild bull. Oh bar.
M Boddjnj right bl t*er* to kept
Keep her from harm. BOUdal
Whltem
Bull dels Hi* i#r|ng"
Buddy mut have belonged
tn n rodeo ft some point. Me
ierira\ ROIMRT TAYLOR
In Matty,
and the children "
al club-car tufl, and I
xpecting a basketball
to break out or Paul clippie. (She was called Poppaea.
m to start playing "wnfcv and any moment 1 thought Nei
at the Off) would call her Poppy Instead.
Otft Me Air
moment
the New Jersey mayoral linger wa
inserted m the first slot to the
- in time the Califomian voice answer-
spite of wmr lovelv "e watching a tuffUvn from
the thing is about a the Crazy Ganst. or maybe a
n atmosphere as a pack fifth Marx Brother. But on the r
Rum. whole he was superb. A
No Whileman Not so Rrita
Sumc of the lines are unbe- who wk, about
Memory
MRS. AMKL1A PRI1PPF.R. "I
Die Bronx, has this motto fot |
Bfl II
Ki. |
people. I
Rome is
burned down while! Ifeeahle. Roistering Robert
,,l. :
Rom ii
drop down to the a long and happy life
banana split, gang* busy. Do good. I.Ike
banana split coating six Be careful.''
Pal r.T milbon bUCRI F.ven the ranks She has lived up to all this
.h like mv of '!,.-. ao% cm farcf forbear in every respect. For ye.i he
Empress
LMM.
GIRL GUIDE NOTES N Deadline For German
uiders tt.sliing to attend the
ring Corp to be h Id tor
. i P;i\ HIM fimn Friday.
H ntl January. 1932.
1 to send their nrmes as
theti Dtatricl
nmlguanai
OnnmtisMoner Visits
1 oinii.mii s
fS* N iratnbai
do) ii.H.K.. vlallad
U arntigtan'a Village
h (St. Giles
hop poke
Ba hoob ,.
i i-atrul !. ., i mi Chrl i
i
Th. Barn Dance
HI III II.><,I Ml
(...III ."
I Mill ll .. .
!
> I
pr< ei.t wo* Ml lliitio:,!!.
it*.......is'lfr-rt Mi. I B
tiM Island Con
i rbank. comml iton>
Rang" rt :;. liutbm.
i i un i m nei r-.. Camp-
el ihM rtoo ami Mr-
A W fcon D
D Hacketl
lha Hall) wa "i I utntern banguii aloft and
ippi
o-eeoi.iteri r.- icpn
W I' with rabbits, ducks, straw
ii von a beehive.
The revellers, some in blue
if; ns. "hot" shirts and "hotter"
sko-ts joined in the side shows.
The main attracttoo was the
ha suck (lucky dip), some of the
>ll ers being the wishing well.
j.u ting on the pig's tail and the
ndvi i Using competition
The highlight of ;:ie evening
was the Barn Dance stared by
the Rangers and their mend*.
TW Rangers would like to thank
the boys who gave up thoir time
la learn the Dunce and rvervom-
ho hi'ipe-ii In gay araj to nakf
Ihe dance lueta ' **
'Hie pfocoodi nl tin- danea I 111
the Hrst .nntnbiiiioii In Utn
...II at Pax Hill.
Soldiers
woHbrd among the poor of Ala-
bama, then among the Indian
-Of the wet. She wai pii activr
nurse until she was B$, Hit
gh In lest memory: Meeting Pier;l-
DOOt Lincoln.
Mnrela" Oh. ws Amello
was 103 yesterday.
ROME Nov. 23. divisions, all ready for combat by
Atlantic Pact leaders have The end of 1952. There will be
abated all plans to get a sin- approximate!* *U Amort
.... Otrn u -i.ti.-i i Sank tot [ tg rrenrt W I I
Eisenhower Western Defence threeTTal an and five olh,
tSZZ ba*tr.MS at the earliest .The chief problm. .n form mg
authoritative aourvOl -aid Friday UlO JlvWom that of getting
and the new doadUna ei M*
llUtaatl of 1952 may itself bO
optimistic.
The disclosure was math- on
tag iva ol tin- mcating ban '
political and militaiy V
the Atlantic Pact countries.
U.S. Setielary f Siau D.;...
\>iieson au.vifl fi..... Part rrt- 1^ ,i: rauuiij rmtn east i
Kkag
itid non-
I
I'.P
Flying DiarC
M
I
I.a titling
AMSTERDAM
\ rT*year-oid itriiisi.
I'n r ifn tvtti .. tonlahod all
itymg Dutchmen b>
iUvi-i osnacgoajt] igaagoai on
Dutch dyke, on hia aras from
Klncke to the Hague, and hjrvtnl
to make this landing, In* broughl
town his Auster on to in OX-
IrOmOty narrow dyke causing
no damage at all. An ofticiul
rroBl the airport ut the Hague
t.w.k the filer buck there.
.lay lor 1........U O. j T -rcolvad b)
g.......JUv Ctoylrmanal Uk 'i(f K Idi-ge
'"*"- mull I
The Oernwn situation. Burn- " '/ heard ' f ""' *at> a
.,, : .,ii the iftH.....-lap, !>!; tt"- howling ol
boajtl dowa mUlUri production I..... I-------1* ......... k'" '
diadulc in the I Butt* lh< .o . of ii piienoinein.ii
WAGE CLAIMS
I, nhoam plan adflaink
will be pUi-ed vbefoie the I? |,,, | ,.
Atlantii Part Foratgn Minlstei f,,.,,,......,.., )(( Adalakli
Bg) IMfancg laadai They want II guineas | r
Tiie Eisenhower plan whuji the hulldtya, minimum waojeof 2:
Supreme Allied Commander him- a week and attendant.
..If will present to Foreign Min- 44'. n day Hours reductta from
Wart Momtav oatta rot concentra- 8 a.m. to f> pm. to 8 n m t<
:ion dn the croaUon of 28 to 30.t p m la gfio Bought
ONE of ihe more polnl
of roaanl years anu it I
lue cuuntiy is to atiacn a Con-
federa.e (the South in the Civl.
If/ai) batiie flag to your motor-
c*J i mho aerial. Inou un,i. ol
maii>i'ists who have novel
Dnto- have ttiem.
B ii whm one aynttatl
rill't parked Mg ( .i, ,.t oUtaitk I
Waa'ongton's taplloi (|RNi
l,UOl .,.,.!, | lowei in. ii..i Th 'i
Bag ..i.i\ one arc tt> arou
Budd) he explained, patnttni
alofl to th, Bun nan H
Nalur. i u.s
LAST MONTH'S ll.....i left |hi |
b n Valley, |ust o it kd
Philadelphia, ii ter.-.i with blown-
ilowi tree" Tha tabui.

ill..'. ..'. and "
nova H" 'iunau
No i-Miinoiint pan
bngi> artth t:e.ir*e. n ucgi
that, not con ten; with hauling '
away the trees frhlch Datura bad
D> .ill Wllll. Ml (' all'
i men had kuApOd thlngf
loni .i btt by cotilni down Iota
i landthg on
A glass of sparkling ENO'S first thing in the morning is genxi lor the liv.
It clears the head in no time. The wonderful effervescence is cleansing an
refreshing to a stale nasty mouth. The non habit-forming laxative action keej
the system regular. ENO'S is pleasant lo take and in its action it is gentle >\
quiekly effective. A real family remedy. Keep your Fruit Salt' handy!
Eno's
'Fruit Salt'
sn i MU1 hk(i\i\ii \m ii
for 1 l< It I <. i I 1 \ K A< I ln\,
Mck BEADACKE, UVOUSHMMb
iiuuiaiaiii. iinHiBims, cic
m'iJ irarft!.'j.
LET IT RAIi\
I'i-oiii
NORTH
SOUTH
EAST and
WEST
N

W
S X o
SNOWCEM protects tha outside of
cur buildinq lrom rain and moisture
and improves its appearance. Its clean
finish on inside walls and ceilings in-
creases light'rellection value by at
least 20 per cent. SNOWCEM is
hygienic since its valuable surlace
promotes maximum cleanliness and
prevents the harbouring ol germs.
s
N"
O
w c
c
E
M
now<:eiM
protects
YOUR
BUILDINGS
E M
More people are discovering these
days ihe outstanding benefits derived
through Ihe use ol SNOWCEM . .
that's why most ol the modern Bunga-
lows and Buildings are treated with
this Decorative Waterproof Coating.
It's simple to apply and is obtainable
from all Leading Hardware and Lum
ber Stores in many pleasing shades
including White. Cream. Pink, Silver-
Grey, Green. Blue. Yellow and Terra-
Cotta.


SUNDAY. vovi:mbf.r 2:.. issi
SINDU ADVOCATE
i'\r.r m \ i mii v
MICKcY MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY
BLONDIE
BY CHIC YOUNG
THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
JOHNNY HAZARD
BV FRANK ROBBINS
RIP KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMOND
OMftMMr
V -r vCw

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l"HE PHANTO*
BY LEE FALK <* RAY MOORES
X$fc M
ktatfaMi
CM hldlw.
x \iordis
Stands' Supt&ftte,
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
MMK4IAI. Ori'lUIW art..... ;iai|ubl<- al our IhruiirhW TwMfeM*.
S|m iMiiisi.f.. n mifl Si-.hi Si i ii i
Uiunlly Nov. Umally Now
Jars Chivers Mince Meat .73 .I Tins Xmas Puddings 1.91 I.7U
Bots Heinz Salad Cream .52 IH Tins Simolina .69 .I
Bots. Sandemans Apitiv Sherry 3.50 :i.O Bots. Cocktail Cherries 1.40 l.'IH
IM oi I
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
ulyi:
James Jovo:
lltiilfil Its tl .wltl.stt'fpit'fl' hi/ II li/ft \
till #! thf irttrltl
hi<. m - ADVOCATE SI VI IO.MIIY
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PETROLEUM MARKETING CO (WEST INDIES) LTD
BRETTON HALL, 16 VICTORIA AVEKUE, PORT OF SPAIN
DISTRIBUTORS
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.
AND
JAMES A. LYNCH & CO., LTD.
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PACiK I 11.11 111^
HUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY, NOVKMBKR 2S. 151
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GREETINGS
3tey$%$
1"'
^IV* t
IIVNO PAINTED NABTA.
nteed sun fast and Tub fa*t.
d for liiiii-.-. ...t- lire-.**-*. I'm-
lumrs And anythini to utt your
particular .-i. 36 hi '-iiii- at
per yard .......f 1 It
m
IV *"#* XI 31KHOI S I'll I EXItS
CUSTOMERS A rill-: <.i Xhllll.
m iti.it.
One* more we have the pleasure ol oHering thank i
ta our numerous Customers lor 'holr unstinted support
during Ihe year. We unhesitatingly say that our Succcit
depends on you. without which Success, we could :'.i>t
provide you with what is easily admitted the mosl mod*.r.i
and Best Stocked Store in the. island, ottering Servici
unsurpassed.
Thu is our 17th Xmas In the Trade with you. and euJh
U&GBUI IIKPT N>.0
r. mi, Is White. RUrk and 1' nk
:. -.null. Medium. I.jrxr ..ml
PlIlllS Priced each from *te
lo $1.53.
INTERIOR SHOWING HUGE DISPLAY OF MERCHANDISE FOR CHRISTMAS
IXhllv opiss MATERIALS:
We carry the mot rxquiillr -f
UhMH In a full assortment Inrlu I
Ine Jewel prlnccvt. Nvlon. Water-
rd Taffeta. Crepe*, etr. Prirr*
from i. low M prr yard Me to
S4 TO
T^b
IERSEV NKJHT DRESSES
ISM from f| 10 lo 00
LAKTEX SATIN BATH SITES
laeh from $14 SH la Sift 40
SATIN A NVLON EABK1C
BATH Sills, rarh from SIOOM
te SI I M.
(Olios BATH MIT* In all
ties Eaeb Cress S4 04 te 11 0*.
I IIII.DKEVS BATH UMTS In
:w BEAT rORM BBARMEhr.*
in Nytoo, sslln. an Lace AHo Slr.>plc-M
Priced per pair from SI 00 ta
54.00.
CHILDREN S VESTS ANI>
PANTIES. .... i, from See te 7e
PERMA-LIFT GIRDLES, each
$? vo
PANTIE i hum i each $ 76
and Stt * each
PLASTIC T \KI.I
veral nlies. I'Di-cd
. to vt ii
sit list (KM! that mo. I gw-
ful and iTxlerjble material
lovely Elourred and Mala pat*
tern*. 36 la wide Per yard S1.J4
PARSONS GREV I sli.d-
Per yard 95 56 and SI" HI
PIN STRIPE In Brown. Black
md Blue 56 hi wid- P<-r w,.'
rom 15 00 to S> II
PALM BEACH In Grey. Belie
nil Ton Per yard SI 30
SPECIAL PRICES FOR
VVIIOI - Al.l
Ct STOMERS
s*
PYJAMAS \Mi SOTS' sunns.
I OR '-I N III MrA: We have
uliicd in our Inn .lirfk Hi Sull-
r 'ilcal in r'awn (ire.
I... M ul Seine 56 In. ulde
Per rrt $5.53 to S1.29
I 'ROM ERANCE comes a beau-
Mini a*urlmcnt of SCARVES
priced MeJl from S3 00 to 14 51
( Ol ION MLANKETS:
.'I In 75 In eaeh......II.7t
. | N m each S\ Of)
i. urni
I'lnk. Blue,
(iearn, each
RAIN COATS in
Green. White and
S3 74
tOMIt AMI BR1 'SI! SETS
.inuMe lur Chrurtma* GlfU
Each from S5.00 tn $10.51

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BEACH BAGS each from
U mi io si M sm*
I sDIES handbags
M.WEST I Kl ITKINS
KEENEST PRICES
t LIRA MODERN
MACHINES, each
sewing
., $63 85
INDIAN MOIIAIi: RI'GR to -
erted lff> and patlenw pr
rd each from St U to $5 IT
LADIES' tHII.IH;TN HOEtl -
We ari well known for the-.-
rd o we offer yen a eomptrlr
ne ranee for ChriMnv
Secure < ii-i i
CHII.imtV -- BOCKS .
Priced per pilr I m
L MH a km: RI4 \\ i ||
\KOISt --I \ MS Sir 30
Each SO "6 jnd S* l.l.
ULUET IN COMEORT t*OR
CHaUSTMAS in BEDSTBAIM
Mimplelei
Shulr $Z0 IS
Double S38 71 ar.d StM 00
HER( I LES CTCLCS, Sport'
iid Standard Model*. A fine Gift
or XflBM SEE Till "-
I II i ASES. each from $4 40
to SI3 SO
it*
On receivins vour pan*U.
hi'isl on iirttini a Callendar
fur 195? as from Mondav
tilh November.
1\.E. WILSON aVCO
i hi: i i. i ii\ \iihh ii \ si inn with iop-
\till II .UKHt H.WIMXK FOH CMMSTMA9
.;/ SWAN siHi.i i. i'iioxe :ni7H.
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