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PAOI TWOSCNIIAV \l>\'< \TI M KDAf Ml ( I MBER 2, 1931 1"B_ •%# %  % i,ui Hit %  T he DANC/NC] YEARS" %  nc IM -r ,..! St, MMI I BOOKI Cni-r t> C | \I I -t .l.r Kl "VMIKI • in IMI ii" • a "— r •* *.-w ii..i.RANGE LAND' ft BRAND OF FEAR Bftsj s,s ,„, ; Ik*.. %  *•*! i •-*• %  itAwronn nta BRIAH > DIHSI i nits till I;HAT fv.n %  ••urn tH| n Oats) v • v "• i n i. .ti mm I, 4 11 | % 1he C.anten V!i*Hii.vD A, I I I LU1 ..I moADHAI Color Q> TWMUoolor i. DAY (Inn Nnf*OS' M**a I KM rJrlaaai"" H rlA7rA KM A (MM v-W/w/A'.w.yA'/A', • ---.--','.•.-,*,---,*----,',--•---*/--v,*,v*'**,'i &f V # #* #1 f ionite 8.30 p.m. — Mon-Tue, 5 & 8.30 p.m. •CRY DANGER" DICK POWELL RHONDA HI' Sftorf. "THE BOY AND THE EAGLE" I TO-DA ad M HI' a AkaVtlM ^•AtvAW.v.v-v.v.v.v/.v/.v.v.-.w.'/.w.v//AV, EMPIRE TU-DAY 4.41 A H it \Mi I ONTIM IM. DAILY or iHlimi W1IUU TO ALL BASKET-BALL PLAYERS Columbia Picture* present*— %  rui-: a mi IM UI.OUK THOIIKHS Starring: THOMAS COMEZ — DOROTHY DANDKIIXSE and Ihe ORIGINAL HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS THE MIRACLE MEN OF SPORTS IN A FULL LENGTH FUN-FILLED HIT. SUrlling Prrdiclins la Your lluriunpt Your Rc.l Life Told Free arwl Mm Mund-vill. | will B\P their At Hi i l. %  M The new daytime elegance Use Lotus Cologne on your skin and your hair. in y.ur hath and on y m linen Use it often. and it will keep you Ireili all day and surround you with an aura of delicate fragrant •• YARD LEY (otiid (oioone .m ehrt M*r* i* For Labour Conference M R. H N JACK. Acting Li Conn CaJab QcdSmq beau In. d., L*n* — „D. N. ? J**.*" 11 ??--^?? 1 ??**?• Lewi* o' the Labour Depa.tment. ^TT-^ __ !1 w A M Jamain to attend a meeting 4 the Regional Labour Board Two Week, \ FTER spending two weeks' m Barbados. Mr. h-partment of Trinidad LeaaervturtMd lo Trinidad %  Friday afternoon by tho kymny Terminal* SvawAlVry. '.Istaying with |n Reed Street. ChanaM. U(WII. i. .. i.-. -f... SMrkna*. .'. hi ( •Moundrd adurat d propl* uw -arid ov*r. aEORQE MACKEY Tor* bMitvn o-.ii Tabore nuii poa*• MOM sort ol Mrur.it-*i*liI To popuUnaa Mi ay ro am labora will New tX >~r A.U.I lit. -w %  • tin Mfai In Addr-a PI N fDool III M I II O A 1 Last 2 Shows Today 4.30 a 8 15 MON. only 4 30 1 8 15 Columbia Double — Universal Double— Humphrey Bonurl—John Derek IN "KNOCK ON ANY • %  CORRIDOR OF MIRRORS" AND DOOR" AND "NIGHT CLUB GIRL" WITH THE DALTA RHYTHM BOYS •JOLSON SINGS AGAIN Starring Larry PARK8 — Barbara HALE TUES. only 4 30 B< 8 15 YEARS BETWEEN" AND "MAD GHOUL" OLYMPIC TO-DAY TO MONDAY 4.30 4. 8.15 M-G-M Double ERROL FLYNN DEAN STOCKVKLI. in -M I If" -TMi tt KSA" Starring: PIER ANCELI — JOHN ER1CSON BarbmdUn In Nw York P AYING her second Barbado*. after an absence of years is Mrs. Gladys Barbadian resident In Ycrk City. She arnvrd wot) morning from the U.S.A. -C ^"^1'^d:: 1 1 totlMj. W BW.1.A. and w.ll of birth iii dun. .niior. t. youiMit. b *pendinn Uiree months' holiday 'n aunt, Mr-. E. Seole of "LynviUe," Baxters Read. B** From Canada |K C C. LtACM o. -TirrllJ Bank who Kit Boibados on Faoatt 9irot. Hombij M India. Po.t-te August 4 to Spend M holiday III Tn llMU OSSM | i 1 Mai "ii Jiiuni> L.JI witn mm lias rci .iiuda. inymg Mi. Leach yesterday Wait h,> young grandlUughlcr Peggy, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Tcrrence Recce. Peggy .. stayiof with her War. parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney lv:. .atm* Njvy Gardens. Peggy hat come down to t-pciut a holiday with her mad Bd lur parents will l>e BOBBIBI down for a holiday sometime next year. OtluipgdsjfOfMn coming in on the same plane were Mr. David Yearwood, Miss Doris Hutson The T.CA. phi nc was twelve hours late duo to bad weather at Bermuda. EXAMINE YOURSELF Can You Say 'NO' to All These Questions? Da yas sssW rr— ftAIKACHFT BUM \UTISMT SlilrlFASM.VS? lOtS OF ENERGY? TIKI FHFQUFNT imiNATlON? 11 roar MM U "YES" U MI, MM qotalMM Ihon -on am likaly a >KI (. U H| IOOTMTI. D-ni 4*Ur. Art al lake DwU'i KaWy P.M. dw i r—i %  ? For arar hall a rmturj oiJI~r U aaltarw! in all aarla af I ha trarM Kara rStdaJ piaaBM raM and DmnatwM kiaafa thraiifH tka uaa of tbia faaaaaia fMHiK. I>-at-r* Kkltw, Pill. M „(, „..; t. bmi and aa7 | taka. Batik af IV aillt J '. Dodd's Kidney Pills PRIZE LIST •id. Nweepstakr Udell in aid ol To-da> and To-morrow, 4 39 and S.15. II O X Y OPENING FRIDAY 7th. AT Asthma Mucus Dissolved in 1 Day %  %  %  "<** *> % % % % %  IOO. HOB* —HI I OarOaPOaHB Mr aayaoa U aigi.r Iron • *!">-• %  M^ndaMo dora aa lth fi>milia iiijrriinni and Mtai-i All Id I 1 I id Mottdi bloM UblrU oun aaral ciiiuiaiina uinxian Ua oaaa Unm in* iNHni* i.ir U .%  ,.,,..— >)•' %  Vuo brritlli* raiilf and lr-'l r ,.raa rr!a>, tou ( ri nod. Ii'>n. air InU i^ur laaci. and ilfiiui "• basUaa "•It" Bri.' Sleep like a Baby Thaxufidi of forawr aulfarrra Irom iallV aia aar UiM ibr -air Br.l dnw at Moadoao omatfl them itlorl4>tia ra and cumfrl . Hod laal 40 i la % %  . aol'"' %  ** ^r" T S ...*' '* h ^ -?**—' "*** J t> t "I Mm iKr> ill, I tint So. . Wba> a anj ,,-t it ., la a soar •% %  "ai Aa ^a .l l .5 raar. n..r. k— -*-t r* wai to navr a %  nwd *ar raat. MBMOM ••a*' im*-" A "*T".*?* la raSfM •"• aai'r latfurkao. Benefit, Immadlat* M-n tart rifcl %  i i ii liiMd nvl natui* tn foa (I IN*O*U el ... In i.a rnit %  all Mrodoto anar %  b.- a^iianit*. .ha dii l It'l aulurli "'11. L and l-H aalflad af "" "'"•%•£ 'Xt %  foaaa aaaa a/df irrl Mendaco t-iJi .4.iaoM*.9rc*tfu*H.ty A POPPY FUND Sum ui> t %  Bag of Sutiar Click-". Bag of Sugar 2 Small A Pig Box of Groceries A Doll A P) (. y I), i| jk '• n v Bag of Provisions 1 A book \ Trumpet r f, > '! ..TOrHv aftemoon at Puppy Fund. Tickets f, f l^ 1 Royal Bank of Canada n Irl( Dn |, H all was opened at 3 .•id iH-iVeen IU-12 Tilnkiiid ttxlay arter spending his g a ExMlem-y the Governor. A Peter was a member of the p i 0i including children of all ages Trinidad water polo team which thronged through the Hall. Th.. played against Barbados in Trimma „y attractive stalls were well dad In September patronised while outside games <-d to arrive by the same plane that Peter leaves on Is Mr. Rex Eckstein who u with the Canadian Bank of Commerce in 1 be disPort-of-Spuin. Rex Is also u thL RroaH waU r P ol Player and represent* a ed Trinidad in Trinidad_in September and Trinidad last year. Rex used to play water polo ... Barbados before he went to Hill. St. Michael. Trlnldod. No doubt his old was married on Thursday at the club Bonitas will be glad to see Itocbuck Monvinn Church to Mr. him back. Simeon Bascombe, recently arrived Mda. The ceremony Plane Ordered took place shortly after %  l .nii Fridays. hundred dollar? and the last item Is a *'surprls^.' %  Wh-vrr wins the hundred dollars it certainly will come as a surprise. "What's got i hcarsa %  *& %  i -nse" will it come as a h'indred dollars! Some of the pn/e* will be dis' %  lavi.l in Street ston Wedding M ISS GERTRUDE BANFIELD hance and the refreshment stalls were always crowded. A sharp shower of rain shortly after five, did nothing to dampen anyone's spirits and at six o'clock as most <.f the children slowly drifted homewards, each was Barbados laden with balloons, tow sweets tt, all looking as If they had a onderful afternoon. .hi.-h DaugTiter T > Mr. and Mr-. Osbert RoUock of Black Rock. St. Michael, a seven and a half pound baby girl was born on Thursday. November .'clock was" performed'by the TpHE Barbados Flying Club K Gregory SSrSnl'bSrn" •PI, / i ordered hhelr aeroplane on Both mother and babe are doing The bride wore a gown of ^jgy (rorn Ihe Auster Works. eU Osbert ( a well known City slipper satin, adorned with silver Leicester. It la an auster aircraft Druggist accessories and true lover's knots. to ,th a Blackburne Cirrus 100 Her tulle veil was kept in place h.p. engine. Cost of the 'plane is In .i liara of orange blossoms and £H2S ex-works, but landed In __ she carried a bouquet of gardenias Barbados what with packing T^ rL Barbados choral Society and snap dragons. The bridesfreight etc.. Jumps the price to %  combine with the Cathedral silBSSI V. BsalialJ £9ia. Choir on Wednesday Decen .hette Williams. Best man Delivery ii expected early next at 8.15 to give a reotOl ot I was Mr. Joseph GriMUh. e.n mas Music at the Cathedral. Christmas Music l Mil A: Latest British News | Reels &8W IYEASTVITEI HURRY! HURRY!! HURRY!! • Have you entered Ihe AMMI1IKNT TOOTHPASTE COMPETITIO.N? If not, send in your cnlr; lo K. i; IIIMI & CO LTD., not later than Dec 15, 1951. Wedding CPL K M. A. LAYNE of the %  -ia;>ulary was married on Tuesday, November 27th .it lli-thel Chapel to Miss Olga Basin* NuaSH only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Nlles of Mail Ch. Ch. Iin ceremony was performed by Rev. B. Crosby. aMlsted by Rev, M Thomas. TIM bride who wai ;ivcn lo %  marriage by her father wore t dress of satin and lace. Her heaodress was kept in place by a I iieui'ls and orange blossoms and she carried a bouquet t whiti coralila ..ml anthuriur* | lilies. | Tho maids of honour were th Misses Thelma Saunders and Sybil .lone*. The brloesmatdi were th* Misses Dnphne Smith. Joyc& Cralgg. Sybil Cox and Gloria Reace, and the flower girls were. the Misses Yvonne Taylor aad i sjnleli The bestman was Mr. C. Layne. brcttti i tho groom. The ualwn wee* Messrs. K. Niles, L I Waithe, L. Jones and F. Graham. The recepuon was held at the the bine's iKirents. CPL. AND MRS. K. M. A. LAYNE JAM I I A lllll SN SHOP DRESSES .or Xmas Gilts COCKTAIL nnd F.VKMNC. IIANDRACS NVI u\ mociUNoa Shr*r Nylun in pxquisllr colours. P.ilca| hliir. jrei-ii and iriaa Also an assorliiK-m of lluusual liaclit sliadps al S2.39 and S2.0H urr pr. The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, If you arr luftenng from a Cold, tJull. HcadaJi. I • N %  tan taking VliAM Mil lobknATONi 'fa VouMdlbc ovciioycd at ihe Jiftrrcrwx it iruaci to you Yot* or Chill .ympti'in* %  dissppcar. and ssssrl I to miKh hrttcr. RELIEVES YOUR PAIN •fid MA, YOU fill WtU UEinseurc i l1ler n !" hing rhc like HEADACHES $ Vl \si Mil h Hve NERVE PAINS J'N' V pa.a reliever COLDS. CH.LLS ff 1 U x^.r'T,* and S < %  i %  ..:...! %  uippiv ..I „,„„,,„ J YI-AM viri RHEUMATIC (T&DAYI ivurt the PMNS . r


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SUNDAY. IIKrMBr.R 2. 1JJ1 SUNDAY ADVtH ATI" IIIIU.I: t^sur) WILL PLAY 1 a pinnarlr' A STAR IN ECLIPSE H/m/'s Cooking In The Kitelum By HAROLD CONWAY for Michael Redgrave 1951 founts as %  year of llloiy It is sn Best British oseeea per forma net? mi The Hr*wiUng Version), laurel* a.Sti.ikesprari actor and producer at Stratfard-onAvon. present reports from Pine wood that he Is putting up the top comedy .ffor! of his career in • film uf The Importance uf Being Y.. I:K I. Will IBS! be Redgroves glory veor. too? It may well be—for he is to start off with the biggest stage role any actor is likely to capture during the next twelve months. This is the "hero'' of Clifford Odetss Broadway drama. The CountryGirl—a one-Ume popular theatre star now in his forties. jjniwn seedy and uncertain of himself, facing eclipse as ; %  public favourite. In New York the play created a rimor sensation. Despite the author's disavowals, audiences tried to 1.1. ttifv the leading character. Henry Sherek and the American actor Sam Warm a maker are %  .'resenting* The Country (iirl here in partnership^—a pro-West End :i-uiof six weeks opens In Edinburgh. Before that they have to find a woman star who can stand up dramatically to Redgrave—as the falling actor's wife What about Mary Ellis? Red\U not have her for his wife in the film of The Browning Version though she had acted the perl brllli.mfiv on the stage. I still think Miss Ellis would stand up to Mr. Redgrave very satisfactorily—if she got ihe chance, Ashcrofl I'p-lo-dale I quote for you a significant description from the author. Terence Rattlgsn. nbout his new play. The Deep Blue Sea—in which Peggy Ashcroft is to star: "Hi,piey. u-hieJi is set In the presenl day. it a study of an a/nil's' between a men and a womm who ere mutually de%  tfMtfm to ''fh of her." What is sittniflcont about that? The words "present day". Do you I nu %  'Mernpourv. m.n-costume roles Peggy Ashcrofl •me of our three leading actresses—has played In London during the past 20 years? Jut* two-anda-half. The half refers to Edward. Mv Uw time that story got t.p to Male, Miss Ashcrofl was u M M itod old lady—eo -she was back li. "cluiracter". Mlsa Ashnuft, like John Gi*,gud. takes most kindly to a sense of the past when on the fcUge. But an occasional change Is good IVr the beet of stars, so 1 am glad she it discarding the motley for once Her new part will be as dramatic as anything she hoi tackled in ili-kespemr*. Mr. RatUgan was rhided by the critics over his last play—Who Is Sylvia?—for resorting to the flippancy of his early period. RatUgan felt challenged. Whatever the critics toy about The Deep Blue Sea, they are unlikely lo accuse him this time of being flippant. Gtclcud And Co. JOHN GIELGUDS ambition— lo form his own permanent Wool End company—is In process of being realised. Welcome news: it Is time our one worthy successor to Irving jr,H Last Sunday I gave you two very easy recipes on boot to cook meal. Th.> tana 1 eraal to give you two very easy recipe* on how to eook fish. Hero Mi Barbados we ore extremely lucky. When it's the % %  ason for flying nsh they .ire plentiful and not too Oo^OOsOhro Tln-n there is the season for red fish, king nsh. dolphin and other kinds of big fish, and finally pot fish. fry. tacks. )ohns, sprats. etc. etc.. not to mention sea eggs. The following recipe Is for queen mullets: I tried it the other day and to tell you the 'ruth I found that queen mullet* have too many bones* So I had another try with another kind of fish The fisherman said It was cavalli but I really don't know how !<> spell the name. Anyhow you know the fish I mean. This Is how lo cook It. 2 lbs. fish (boned) margarine or olive oil. salt. p*fper. parsley. jcarhc and breadcrumbs. Take the fish, wash it, dry it and put it in a pyrex dish after putting some margarine or olive oil at the bottom of the pan. Season the fish with salt, pepper, chipped parsley and few bits of garlic and sprinkle some breadcrumbs on it. On lhbop ol it all put some whole tomatoes and some small piece* of margarine. Put the pyrex dih in a moderate oven and let it cook for 20 minutes. As soon as it to ready oauocic half u lime over the fish and Mm II hot without taking it out ot the pyrex dish, Sail Fuh Cake* When you cant got local fish, you can have quite a good meal off imported "salt Ash For four people: 1 lb. of salt fish (cooked), parsley—pepper--1 tablesponnful of cheewe, 4 tablespoon fills of cooked bread %  %  %  • jl> the inside) 2 eggs—(knii 1 ggg (beaten) breadcrumbo — lard— lime or tomato sauce. This Is a more expensive way to make salt fish cakes than the usual Barbadian recipe. I think this recipe Is worth the extra %  hilling and the extra trouble. Cook the salt fish In a little water and bone It. Put it in u dish and cut it In very "mail piece* Add the chipped parsley. pepper. 1 tablespoonful of cheeee (tratedi 2 eggs and 4 tablespoopfuls of bread The inside only. It has lo be cooked first u> little water and it has to be dried on the fire. Then allow to cool before adding it to the mixture. i hrp everything and mix with a jspoun or your hands until smooth. Make cake* (the uverage dip tham first in flour then in 'he, beaten eggs and finally in breadcrumbs. Fry the cakes and serve them either with lime or if you prefer pour over them some tomato sauce. PROPAGANDA STUNT NEW YORK: Latest propaganda "stunt" of the Russians centres around the question of culture. They have launched an offensive to prove that the West, and particularly U.S.A.. is without culture gM that the Soviet Union Is the very cradle of culture. According to Russia. America is for too busy preparing for v..ir to attend international film, music and dame festival*. FLODM LISBON: A poor fisherman has become rich through floods which have ruined £3.000 worth of crops in the Aveiro district. In one nirfht he caifght 36.000 ..-Is—worth l500. In flooded fields. Storms sweeping Portugal for more than two weeks, have caused damage in crops arid houses estimated at 1500.000. EW1NG CIRCLE B IVN1 NUL4N nut \\s „pa. snopa or zippers *ii -'.H \\ i Irurl ad or |gsttosholea • Nap Fabrics -at made mil Ml lndl,.. In cutuu. •";. %  '"T' rSS "?'LSrf'SS .um ^,* MM !" r bmUr pattern and JOU ""• V" nig ahouhl I .tuHild ni-kr .. complete i>-iwn TOI\ ide. A staaun iron Is for Iho .kin Tiniti ..:: at I I (oodi Una ihould uclearly !" .i a naadla board or a aam marked on all places If yuu ate '"" *• l<* ' <* dune By vorkini with %  enaal (.atacini.g the ran iipmltt tern with only t\,„ ,.i more perarmit It with a damp cloth. The foratluna to indicate the straight >* ,h c" it will help to join these perfia-a%  tw 'i oad* • l^lh over the tlons with a straight pencil line H ning .loth. '"'< ...gonal twills raqulr. sank rig'the 1 %  WbM ; erable confusion In the minds of some pe-iple as U> tin axaot meaniiur of thlterm Nap moanj tlud Bban of some fabrics lie In one direction on Hie surface. This will ..he .i difT.-ient j.ipc.ir1* shading to the cMh when Worried about your Hair! ocgonK gat •' ,^mm\'\~7 Tkg piUwi ~*~j_r A -s^4J^ L I Silvik rin mil %  J at II 1 1 I Bh ^^ fToni svaip r-. i nI .... •oowaaA-'ii I .I u %  I t ughout the garment Occasii see a design with the ... %  %  meoay effect. Also diagonal twiM ukl hail 11 down. The diagonal twill twii one %  %  u paid idot 'v::..;:;. %  ";;;;:,, -M.II tun it all pattern Pqtot g rou*t lw cut in the i-iine direction tot nap nbrlci *o that the nap v. ill run Ihg IsM way throughout the dress. When purchasing material It is always best to turn tsV cloth around in a good light to determine whether u baa nap. ken you lire laying out four pOttorn %  .i.-ure cai-efiilly fi fli your straight of f % %  %  • -'k we Will •OB Idnt mi the cutting and haniillng of strips and plaids. will usually need to buy addi%  fa.. r ; %ss i m stopRww IHstrin.iiialiou In ColtHiics Hi Kennel nap. Then as to how much extra oaataejal yog will need a-, tliu. would var> mainly according lo your dies* design. To be sure of nsjishaauM nap fabrics in the most I cal way you shutild lay out ynui pattern pieces in u space the with of ihe material you are buyingand with all the pateoi f^m mcni-V running the some W on tin Plough plans to liiUesluce a bill cloth then measure the length you ,„ Utv ||„,ia4.. f Con %  will need. These is usually a lot 1(bol(th raouu dUcrimli of waste ID cutting nfl p fabrics H Ihr ^ontga Today brought him this feature eliminates the pussi. ( „, C hanot to do io Da was one billly of dove-tailing pieces to v f the luokv tW< I ...i by ballot to present a Velvet Is one of the be,t known flv ltl m cnilnT, bill to PrlUand moat used or the nap frabrlcs. {Vtcni The pattern pieces shim Id be placed on the light side of velvet Mi Brockwi.v laid me he will %  nd the pile should run up. This auck legal .. will give the dre,,.',, oiuui whl he will he able to I uld Ixused raci i di^rnniiMtton n IntUad of pins to prevent n HI %  and basting should be dono with |% -Mlk thre.id. WJun you silt, h tin'is best to have your lum :hlne stitch a little longer Jl n usual. Use raaodoi and sent rd aaainot too tiiiht tensions, rein %  id outside stitchinu on velvet Ogea IlllliniUt t ill I dim i know exael' fther I shall be able t vcr i hole subject; there may be 11) i.e said. i | ;>i -ii.ii.u I*i rt> to ihe Houar, when H %  i.fi.-r the Ohri >KMMMMMnHKHttKHnn^ (( \i>nmt (f i/'tn Tl*fgtm% nii'tfl Be bright...fight your HEADACHES while they're slight! ; W' hMdaehee sun du* to etorry.o*enorl.,over-iodulgenca -be taiaii. lake Alka-Seiuer si %  he am sign ol discooilon. IUpeoi-d needed-for coounued relief. atpOfkeoag soTervtscaoca iiM-f Alks-isitser plaasani-ueiing. h(i| n> pom-killing snslgeiic go m *orL raOL Harmless, not a (native->ou cao take it .• %  > time. Drop oe or rwo ubUu into a gle.s ol jier Welch ii fife into a refrcdii'a vilulion then dnok It Ke.p A .apply of qui.kSCUOa; AaWfctagfl no hand-slwar-! 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PAGE FOVR SUNDAY ADVOCATE Sl'VnW DECEMBER 2. 151 •V \\ i.SII<>lIX>\YIN2NDTi:ST YESTERDAY'S CRICKET PECULIAR CLASSIFICATIONS (,'arlion Making (irvat liitl lor 1951 Championship By O. S. COPPIft *TMU. %  • I \ -. .. in %  Tt>i aaatcb %  %  fMB^ ltd with W^^ r I mi lot the Second Teal. Wm. I the nxtun M nu doubt thai tioddard would have Uecn MMnpatahl to pl.i t v Hum in picMpartmaatattoo u quartan boa ling £ Bog M.inhaU. POPl I.Alt SKTTLEMLNT T HAI' tWUUJ LtH -aa ihajuastlOO of ntftfig ih.ppf*ftMJ pair must Ue construed by ttir majority of Ihinking cnCfcM fans aa having bam popularly But the quution ai to whether skipper Goddard with the nperlenec whleh he had Rainx! in : r.u ragvd io hu living mpelled to bowl Kamadhln ana f§ ing the superhuman, wuuld include a pace bowler. Jon<*> obviously, of Roy Marshall was % %  %  OBQ this distance and certainly thilohlUOO I easy way out, by way of prediction. AT MARSHALL'S EXPENSE J T WM obvious that if their i be made at lb* tgpSOM of our OVB. R One school of thought argued, quit* n ill had ahowod • Mime pi jKiyed and had cenlury to boot. TMO n$ MII ball in UM Fust IVst as %  batsman at number d been amply | %  %  %  dinVit-ri from ii %  it i %  %  • %  Hial they %  How hoot supporter* I I although i %  Marshall's achh maintain that whenever he is selected in a Test team to bat at number eight, such Test team is an unbalam %  MIST EM8PLACB BATSMEN H E ghotdd diaplaea Rao < or in the Oitt plaas, >t failing that dismiss WMta I tt or Chrl Uani But when all the •bora names art Included, and are sent In to bat before Marshall, then the learn ha .'nlallsatlon nor thru*t. I mtis; themron command Goddard end bia eleeUon e ornrn l tt ae for having Included Prtoi Jones m what really is Marshall's piece inclusion UI.I t the tail begins higher up in the West Indies' neck of course, but it do.-* mean that tail wagging by Unilwall, Bill Johnston and Company wtU ftST* to be done In splto or u quick clever pace bowler like Joins who has shown the l*st batsmen thnl the West liiciit have produced WS1 %  %  %  OaBtUT) that he can bowl gmiuialolj negative to make runs at the happy rale that has earned tbatn Wiiii icvei srtcketabi hand Australia are lUll 2:11 runa behind Iha West Indies' lotal In my opinion the West UMUl '.-ill -. ..r.rly > %  < %  afforded lucri an opportunlta f"i defeating Au traUa again as this one that has presented itself now. T HE batsmen have i) itch betting P norhasthex t the taam himself With the glorj of having scored the ' %  < %  Iha lour. Bui the batsmen hove batted ami ma bowlera who did not let us down in the first Teat mutt maintain the .'•talus SJU0 and %  /< %  Indies' in follows as the night tinda] Goddard has pressed Into %  aa compared with his almost exclir i\ %  1 %  l; 'hin ami Vuletitimin (he Fust Test. This Is a healthy sign .mil II baa borne fruli Jones having each bagged a wtcfcei that would somewhat DOfTDallj bavfl bean marked down lot acquisition by P a m a dhln and Vuientino in the Fir I T. t I fcl that the West Indies will win this Teat but if they do not. an opportunity like thla will aoarcely upraaentad to them by theAustralians thla tour before the issue of the Rsbbag has been well and truly decided. IM>U \l(l> WIN M Y congratulations go out to Winduard for having carried off tho intermediate roni|'titioti f"i the I9S1 B.C. A. Season. It is of note t" mention ri Iha Barbadoa Regiment who lost this competition last year b] I have lost H I" Windward this year by a margin similarly perplexing. in the First Division the fight seems to have resolved IteeU Into a fight between Carlton. leadera since the season opened and Empire who are milv '•• % % % %  %  from them Pickwick and Wanderers who follow In the order mentioned are Dot aanstlj Out "f the nmaj|l| but still their chances are so slim as to remove them from just outM tKKMI\ I ill II 1,1 Iff \i: 1 \\ lla. riMun t'ollege Ut. Innirus M s f-"U,i 1st Innlni* < I %  Williams "was Carltot 1 He I kata for 73 runs in overs. Fast bowler G. W Edghiifl Mkl M gotVwo'wlckeu'for 40 runs In It I ix-rfoiniancea by over*. He bowled four maidena' K. E. Walcott and 1^ F. Harris K A Creenidge got one wicket of Spartan were chiefly leapon20 runs and Ihe other was run out! 2S. \ "TuSS. "SSU^ swr!S& .%  MPt ,n dlvMio,, flxTur,1.1 V.1T.C-. (IT wkU) Uticn'a Pvk yMtrrdav .ttwi'i'i""W""t ESL In Ihc r^mlni'mlnuir. VMPC. d.umued C.mbj !" Icfl lor pl. Spn.n HOTt'd M ' < '"I'""'; !" ground, .! lloli„B fo r Sp.rt.n. Ilvn. "*<> •"** '"' " ,0 <" • three of 1 lens and Walcott ptured ." similar MH 1 > worth 3.t00 to the winner. Looking at the prospects from the point of view of the Barbados .oniingent u will perhaps be found that the opposition which ttv "ill encounter will be In most caaee very formidable indeed. 1 am not uuite sure of the exact number that will comprise the lot but so far mostgoing over should Include the following: Best Wishes, Cavalier. %  'ho Heat T tr.Ju: Z*L~*^M. tl3r tm ** • 0,n f ovw anould Include the following; Beat Wishes, Cavalier had haw? ? Ve "^ a !" -^.nli^S held^V ,r """ Ll nl <** **>• ***l "d Viceroy from Hon. V. C. Gale', than flva ,' w VT^Ifh s^nt dnwn four ^ ,r nB Tooiy Lu,lwl "* Yaameen from Mr. Tommy Edwards 21E **?fr toj> tt and Knt dQWn ,our ,stable., Mary Ann from Mr. Bethels lot while this gentleman will gav their team a good sand off by putting cm 65 for the Wli ket. The Park team bowIeiST'bator! tm? r^nerahln ^T&JF"" """ ^" '.atablea. Mary Ann from Mr. Bethel's lot while this genilcnu wl* h?krn I*nneranip maidens .w-.V.^ ** '" k "''" £** r Hon. J. V. Chandler. Mr. M. E. H. *Ke,r walcott did the trick ..V n^b^^ when Worrne edged one of his R Austin another pacer, and in() tMs |lud -nd Mr Vulor Ch ; x wiui^do^l)^ nd Pie deWies and wnket k.^per ,pmner E. Branker who took two WaJ ^ My Li)tVV n navc nol hculd wnal oueT horaeT HUW Z trrtfflOi made no mistake. He wickets each for 18 and 21 runs golng Ium JilcK Kleteher's lot nor whether Mr. Gill intends to patronnail cmtributeil a valuable 3U. Batting for Combermere, ad m front of on c fn>m ilguies. Wilkinson went In nisi n w ontfc wno (rom jcpojt, wou ia seem to be displaced chainpionn %  • %  id was sent back by wMBtt .lown and carried hU baj f uin England, llU r contingent will have to caich as caU'h can and be Use Ibw. rout*. His contribution through. Four Combermere batsp| CMCa Wi i n a „j 0 ( the minor places which come their way. I do not was 32, Inclusive of ..ne boundary, man <-re "ul for duck. wlfh to ^ peiuumuue but unless Nan Tudor can produce her btsl Siiitti played %  good supporting 1. (ireenidge and B. Porter, pt (orini quite iraiikly 1 do not think we have anything to compare with innings for 27 which also IncluY.M.P.C. are 38 not out and 15 the giants in Trinidad. Nor would 1 say that dear Nan's condition ded one boundary. out They were pushing the phases me. Ni vcrtheless, if not on the brilliant side I think we should i Apart from these thro? batsY.M P.C. score along quickly, i*. able to count on Pretty Way as the consistent type. The Imntovad man, Iha rajnaJndag taflad to YMI'f. with eight wicketa In Fuss Budget should also have a say in the B class races. cop.with the "Mows" of Harris hand, naad only 18 runs to and Walcott and with N. D. tabllsh a lir-t innings lead. In the creole classes our hand is nol as strong as ii might have 1 11 absent the innings closed 1 .n 1. 1 ft, LODGE been. The mosi notable absentee is Dunqueruue. This filly would | fi-r 98. pnlke %  %  %  • •' have undoubtedly been favourite for the classic Breeders' Stakes and it Spartan opened their inning. Idge ifer • wkt.) 41 is one of the most unfortunate events in West Indian rating that she with S T. Griffith and N Wood, At the end of yesterday's play will not now have her chance to add her name to the lial of winners bill artth onlv ....Y.n uu Oat tins, a the match between Police and of this famous event. The cause of this 1 can only imagine must be I Mr. Headley had Wood back in the Lodge School at Lodge. ')>•• her classification by the T.T.C. who have promoted her to fc class ; the pavilion for five. L. F. Harris St hool needed 27 runs to lead their Aa 11 is the considered opinion of most people in Barbados that she I'lined Griffith and this pair by careful bailing took the score to all iheii 38 and were still together when slump* were drawn. tinfflth |i 13 and Harris 18. enougn to win in D and £ class against the older horses > point in sending her just to race in the Breeder.' Stakes. %  MPUfl fa. PH KUH K I'kkwtrk Kmplre (far I wkt.) UM Bn' wickets intact. Police won the too. and decided lo bat on a good wicket. Their In this matter of classification by the r.T.C. of two-year-olds openers B. Klnch and C. Blackwhich have raced in Barbados It is evident that Ihey consider twoman Dut on 33 runa before the year-old racing in this Island to be of a much higher standard than This is the only explar persisted with in the last three years. Let us examine partnership was broken, but after t 1. In Trinidad This is the only explanation for the peculiar policy thla there was hardly any beta*I}ich they have *i for 87 runs in thai) DM ]HMN^yesterday the first day cricket match t Bank Hall. When stumps an pire had lost one wicket and scored Hi run. with Robinson 39 run* not ,u ", s \ "ni ami F. Taj L 1 1 uaa. The two Intercolonial left this thck. to offer any measure of re">* facts, islame. The team were soon '—J won the first Nursery Stakes at our August meetwill disguise the fact that she did so with ridiculous '""' lam C Hluckman 17, H Kinch ease. The judge, said it was Oy 13 lengths. However, the next race lfi and D Morris 11. dflV sne wai **">" by a short head by Colleton when allowing him a Mr V T McComle was the mos lot of weight. She raced again in November and won the Trumpeter l-.wler taking 4 for 15 Cup. She did not race again before Christmas. Her scor. 3 starts. %  %  "£ Efcta thc'"pavihon* only "having IN 1MB Bow Bell Bin bowlara dlarrdiaed Hcstwlck ^/eVrJns Chief contrihulon. ling and no 1 sr. on By the close of olay I-odge's %  .-> _^... f^Viuumim and *^ "* I ; ZZL. nZ^u, ,d Al Artma in August and SeptcmU ,; SS^& 41 Zr 0 n the W-vecrest msporting themselves. They 4 ^npire--A. Holder and ^^w'tSoll log!?ChaJK 22J"*, M h ,h — ,K -" !" id M score board 1 being 11 ray 23. B.C.L. v, B.C.A. e saw Lazy Bones and h raced twice without id in each case In their d outing they carried the full weight of 126 lbs., with which weight, incidentally. Bow Bells had been unsuccessful against Colleton. Lazy Bones won his first race by many lenghts with ridiculous case. mid the second one without any undue trouble. Wavecrest did not win so easily but moat critics regaraed him as the belter of the two B.t'.L. % %  •• %  •_., because It was thought his opposition was tougher. Their scores: B-C.A. (for the lea. ef one *"•• 2 starts each. 2 wlnj each, A Itlackman who scored six Came the T.T.C. classification for the Christmas meeting. Where Bow Hells? In E2. Where were Lazy Bones and Wavecrert? In F. In 1950 Best Wishes won two races at the Barbados August mectg. One a Nursery Stakes with an allotted weight, the other a handl174 h other, won both thel: li. King—were UMdufj %  Wick's first inniniiN winch ended hjtt before lunch. King bowled rarnarkablj wall and Holdai BI 'I:.otnar end had the batsmen in two minds. King's analysis was 13 overs, one maiden. 29 run* and ^ "two" fours In a hurrifour wickets, Holders seven point """ ^"igVof 49 was the chief %  two maidens, 15 runs ane inninga "'"„. „ i n %  %  " %  .on-.i.bulor o the^B.C.L^ n.at^^ 1 '" %  "' **9 unkWn 0rd r %  ;:: ** The Empire tl< %  T He came in I" ,llt same year in Trinidad Hock Diamond ai for the loss %  Arima and Zeaglc the second in which he was nol entered. On He soon had the third occasion all the two-year-olds came together and Rock Diamond won with top weight of 126 lbs. This time there lag) .Ide the realm s of impossibility %  1 IHM DIVI8ION W01 %  W. :. La | 1st. Carlton 7 s 1 9 %  Mln 7 4 1 1 Pickwick 8 2 9 2 v. 7 1 0 • > College 7 2 2 2 Spartan It .; 1 9 Police 7 1 2 1 Combermere ti 1 3 1 Lodge 7 u 4 1 YJd.P.C. .. 0 9 4 1 MF.ItMl.lllAir (Won by WI Windward 7 1 1 Regiment 7 3 1 3 Cable & Win 7 2 0 2 Empire .... 7 1 1 3 Spartan 7 1 1 0 Pickwick 9 1 2 %  Cantal 11 7 1 4 I Wandarai 7 9 3 1 SECOND IIP moM 9 5 II 3 Police .... f 5 9 2 IOTWIH d . 4 1 3 Carlton 9 4 9 2 Lodge %  4 3 1 Collect9 1 1 5 Cent id . 19 2 ft %  .' Foundation !l 1 4 2 Y M 1' ( %  9 0 3 3 Pickwick . 8 9 :• %  :.i 9 3 0 R 8 9 4 (i IViPoints enl 31 73.81 28 66.66 20 ft.S5 22 19 4.V24 15 ti <; 12 28 57 It I7.T1 ft 11.99 4 11.11 > 28 27 21 1 "" :Z„ ";.„ murk Diamond won with lop weight or 120 lbs. This lime mere was no he total paw Ihe l nt "^ !" r A question about who was the best in Trinidad since this third race M. Hope, who %  %  ""'" r provided the answer. Rock Diamond's score: 2 starts, 2 wins. Zca^leV C. DePeza and W. Clarse nitd 19 each, plre against the bowling of King Bowling lor BC-J; %  "r "*{<& %  a yas.iv improvia rwrav. m * UM Mnketl Botl nSWlttl d K %  ' an k J" ^ 8 lengths pulling up but established Ihamaarvea In and tnada Jme tntaa wickets each for 19. 44 and racC , t|ll| m _eeUng. Those .luck in tho Held at time, and u fair crowd m Bvo catches !-0 Sobc obegjting. Hunto and Hobinson llL onanad UU nr.t Inmngs for Emagalni.i UM bowling of King At the Barbados November meeting Cross Roads, who had run 3rd and 4th it the two races which Best Wishes won In August, was vastly Improved horse. He not won only the Trumpeter Cup by some "da record for this race. He did not H ICSMU earn IOT i, ••-• r atc again at thla meeting, inosc who saw him racing then could not aSd^rini Z, Sn 29 respectrvely. _, decide which was the better between himself and Best Wishes. The ICscor? hid reached 24 CiS Vcl, went to the wicket yM ,, loni wh( „ ,„, best two-ycar-old racing in Barbados was thereHunte who a P iare,l to DO eager ahca^fc/ bef->ie 5.00 P-" 1 ^*",,, 'ore left unanswered. 1,1 V o y i '!. t l t ^ u Zv runs for tho But the T.T.C. felt they had the answer. Their classifleabon for lir wicket. K. Branker the Christmas meeting was: Best Wishes in E2, Rock Diamond lit F. clean bowled by Rudder for Cross Roads in F. Zeaglc in F2. ,, tain stopped play 10 %  mill by wicket keepei 1 ott. *Llater they were four rurisjor the trying to lift a boll from F. Hoad ''** !" verhead. 14 || Tavwr followed, him and aftci OtU ,111-, a -haky start was undefeated „ „,,,,,„„, kul b v waMS with 29 runa. The other not out u Kt-i-n b f. Kia batsman la Robinson who had 39 C. nPt e rn-T fc. K .„ B T* Bh *' 1 um to his credit. WWIlHtm.S n. CARLTON iVanderer. (for 7 wkta.) III Wanderers won the toss against ^mlton vistcrday, elected to bat. and stayed at the wicket all day to .core 181 runs for the loss of7 wicket... A. ON. Skinner who went at number live played a brilliant innings of 49 and at the end of play If M was still intact. The opening! pair. Noman Mar%  hall and w. H. C Knowies gave £ k*an a good first wicket n < *-n start of 51. Marshall was eventuA AJMSf %  ally out for 26 and Knowies for 32 K BnnkOT b 11 ..1.1. Proverbg who went one down N "" %  "" •**•*" %  cored 23. D. Mayer, scored 17 ToU11 u r 1 and Packer 21. ii.„idrr o, i %  JK1 I I K ,. b V w.10 ... 1, .1 K 1 b V K 11. % %  k. fnuu II l-l.l. 1 Qrant a r. Kin. HI;..-kT1UI o r Km. II .1.1.1 1. K llrar^k. *' ean t iitraa V. Wl 11 b PKlllipa Total IIUWUNG ANAl.V-.ls O. at. s a 1 r PMIIlpa 1 Kins r llrankvr 3 0 V WaMb) II 1 J K 11 3 t EHE we are in 1851. Cavalier wins the first two-year-old race in Barbados in August against his own sex. April's Dream wins the second, a race for fillies only. In the thiod when they all meet In a :t handicap event Bright Light is the victor with an 8 lb. allowance from I April's Dream. Dunquerque meanwhile ha. run third twice, the ia second lime with a 13 lb. allowance from April's Dream and 5 from l\ Bright Light. Next we have the Arima meeting where Drury Lane wins the 'Nursery Stake, with Gallant Rock second and Gallant Rock wins the ^ Nursery Handicap with Drury Lane second. Gallant Rock, incidentally. 114 carried the top weight hi the Handicap. On to the Barbadoa meeting Just completed and Dunqueruue wins three and Cavalier one. On two occasions Is the latter beaten by the j former. The final scores: Dunquerque: 5 starts, 3 wins, 2 thirds, 0 Cavalier: 5 starts. 2 wins, 3 time* unplaced; Bright Light: 2 starts. J 1 win. 1 second, April's Dream: 2 starts, 1 win, once unplaced. 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Y. DECEMBER !. li;,l M M>\\ invm vu HM.h HSI W.I. In Good Position Although Hassett Was Dropped FrM HAROLD DALE SYDNEY, Dec. 2. %  i-MJ.1 pLlCfeM to*** ll4UMUr ***> %  .ng awai winMoildwi *(ul A— sPSBBg > ..ye* 3, no-bells MM. ToUi S6i He bad on* lip and lb* ntl o Auaaies Bat r v li.ki m a ha ww h The weather had cleared wUn half*-> to the boundary i Murru io4 Archer CUM out W they could neither cluck sawg*.-* open. Morns, ha* a aupantuiaa nor cm oil tours. The ue* sag* v i about taking str.kv MM always his sole hop,of .iwbB. we .'. avoids lha job, so youa* AivOa* meant his wieket-maa n g pas iil t .il faced Prior Jones. Four ruawa etrtualto oil *mi a* scusfag nmr from his flrst uver u *vhn.h nog I yet lacked his fail pace. Gome* at the ether end immedi.idy began pitching the ball But for a missed catch off Hassett. the West Indies mitfht ***'! "P mi Axcber bad to drug now have Auatral.a m a desperate poemon. But Haagelt **<> '""X" *£\ ( u f t ,f m 1 * HaM who wu. >now|p< tua helived on to make a soUd contribution to the clow score oi 3 cf T^ e h *'„J? £l r 01 £?,.?-„ '* >•* %  for 131 which once again means that immediate advantage ^ mg ihrou* !" iw fast and "SH "" ,hr T"* h ^ his slipped from the islanders. held Archer to most rigid de• !" c £^ e ^ J^ h o3S However thev have the week-end weather that tnav work f m 7** , ,. stu for them and certainly they are on DO worse thaa level u • „ (rQfn 'SLiT *MS^U uvrt hl Xmrr,Uc "" teems. Indeed they can yet easUy swing the game round ZSeiStiStZ W*to^Ul"SS iheir way. A lot will depend on the period before lunch on had coma to to aim -nd Jones tell gjj £ T.* orTVii Monday. with the ball escaping from hli |uU '.. ;,; Uic tw;i n ^ hjnd In overcast weather with a little but defend. It was lucky for fingertips. promise of light showers to coaae them that their foe was not armed thetr Ooddard and Oomex t*g. task ot consolidating th dies overnight total. The day was at cold as yesterday had begun. and aiost of the 18.000 rmwri had brought rugs and blankets. ITem tba start of the game neither Clcddard nor Comes fel'. th the new ball for the awing t Inhe imparts to it would have been probably too great a menace for them to conquer. KIIIII Would flat Better Been After this hour iced drinks ware at hat beat pai It was a most difficult owner if a chance it was. but with Mm %  „ ,,,, „ jy^^ it rto only nine it i-iscd %  aB*aBK .., ,.,,,.. Hon. Expectation w— pi-ouipiiy i isad. Jonas' rtfth over was a .j,,. superb piece of bowling — ex,„,,„„ nll ,,.,.. (town Ifct tilch celleiit length, on the stumps and h .\;.. at liberty u take -ny actton that brought out I dont beheva them the slightest touch on night warm themselves. They began by watching every ball oi to th* bat while Ltndwall using the ball now old. worked up to his best pace JoiuwUe* laceruin At the other end Bill Johnston setTtiad uncertain just what role thoughts Into their heads to adopt. He was torn between Both batsmen having ris gaini" one th.'' IUC htm "' %  fir wet< any rule about tnttmldatinK rose quickly ami I %  batsmen by giving UMm wU "C enquiry welcomed WslCOttl A „> %  (,. ||-..i'. t drinks on a cold day but I am clean automatic catch 1 %  certain thit both would have given The umpire's linger *cl UP -11 the iced drinks on earth toi and Morris ha>l gone lot II. Mmns ,.„,. t( fH)roe hot rum from their native <• %  Walcolt b Jones. 11 —1 lor m kasplte the abaaoc< islands. Maybe I am putting my The West Indies had beg.in in of ,.,.... ,, m ,,.. langi %  ers tn an the field with obvious keen ten_ doubt skin und in a full spirit oi itU and Hight and obviously shuddered after such refreshment neuaure beamed from Jo' I offered. ( doubted whether the wkekat would take spin should he fall back on ed and runs Immediately began tn his stock of leg breaks. ConacOssM more quickly. Gwddard'a queatly he served up a mixed yob nea! leg glance brought him steady of bawling occasionally startling profit while Comer scorched out Gonarz wth one that came over the off side of the wicket and with, all the strength of his sent the agile Archer dashiag shouWers. and then trying to float along the off boundary to cut fount I Into the wind. into twos. In 04 minutes UM pi. illaa the whole team came to 1 higher pitch of readiness. face ,., wasn itfDtaw %  M %  Archer lint Hassett caused some pause to ibis tiger-uke isWtntnfl blood by sweeping the first bar Horn Jones for four. He took a gj^ 1 j single oil the next ..IKI M had qm, GOJTICC Is of the very character had added 50. a notable achievejust begun to speculate M ItM great valu of another wicket U t this stage and how little it could 01 be expected when Cmnc* moved one away from Archer. Archers bat went alter it and Weekes squatted with lus le't "e*i hand extended and the ball tckf£ !" ', nig firmly m his linger., uot mo: than four inches above the grasa. ""i-i .itch of the highest Offdei an instant qulckiArcher ft Weekes b. relief ot mceuag a man who typica Jnn>ng>. A puU for two by 00^, M Two wickets for |f. bowb leg break, which altbouah Go ^ djr ^ brw, |? u *. -^^ w .„ noahuuj short ot what they turn hardly at all could Mill o Team Without bonwt „] m pradtwen would call "colgato aaeet such mixture. He himment and an example to the %  %  If has a wide mixture of ability Impetuous of their brothers now and patience to sort things out in the pavilion. The hope now was Ilka an old lady untangling wool that they could last out the whole in her work basket. sesson before lunch. Hole, who had Bill Johnston therefore found Rot rid of Christiani in yesterday's that all his efforts met with an last over was brought on to see appropriate defence and when he if he could repeat she trick but he had run out of Ideas Hassett eould not and went off in favour brought on Ring. Gomez walof Ian Johnson's inteittgem off corned this change with a straight • %  *"" /*f t !" V*' s * came up lak " drivon four probably from the "••* before Iwich a priceless and thought relief of maeoag %  man b |*M \l -TK vi l\ M %  Raima DEC. 2 NO. a0 The Topic of Last Week -" 2 CAR to ACHieve gl *ST PnOVUCTlON CAR > ^ §m ^ f u, im 10000 ***•* "T* 10,000 mil'*'" %  I hati'hniM B>raatMI> 1-*UM ..l* M tnia HI in r hwl %  be cLr .1 ad isuch. Alter lunch the West Indies „,,[•• t nd all aeharrad by iust good uimnga which had pcmistea ^o out cricket—no help from the Laadwall Strikes ( %  odnard valiantly was q.uicku> closed. Not wicket or anything of that sort. Goddard at the other eud the ktust oi Luiuwall 1 value to keen nalding and good oowlmg. adopted the part of anchor. He inkAustralian side is thai ne u But next wo bad the shock of refers to himatb? m true way, and certain death to Uil-enauis. „ n astonishing triumph tui % % %  modestly dlsclaimmgly much hope Against uicuiutu paca off ^puineis to disaster. Hassett had seven and of making runs, declared he feels in* lowly baiameu have hopes ol the score was 91 when Jones he can stay when wanted. He una few lusty clouts that will bring humped him a short one that flew der estimates himself—he gets m a welcome bag of niiai at thw over tiny Ijndsay'* head. Tiny h" runs as well but this morning he last minute. They have no such may be. but Lindsay waved his certainly stayed. hope agauisl landwall — his speed bat above biro like souicoi • Ho faced Lindwall with all the j s too great for the unpractised jn g goodbye to mother. Hilull certainty ha showed when he ilrat batsmen to get any sight of the ball Mucked the ball and it went antl met htm and after half an hour ul au< t maalgB liead-higli to Walcolt. anyone entering the ground would Gome?. — tiuuc should u a His lcli ii lrne*l I *U> of the B-B.C at 6 30 p.m. soda). This is -mother id the series af Interviewwith iTiej BBg*M crleketars In \iistrj||, < priisrjmin.' -I"'" Mired h> (illlrlte |nilu-H i, London, maker*. l Ihe famous i.-n.'ii I....' and blade* .>! %  goDrt a*ru i>, 1., :-. in•hrar %  11 -..ill -n*w l*Uial.>4a 'Ml lUBWria. U. thrwr MM won Ctm rede/ OH* DUNLOP in ..—. ..„..,....„ %  '"-"' ..-...-D4IU „ na ln m e ini fa over ain-r no nm down j very short ball al GodIuneh 8 pp a rcnlly having di'kpulcra*s dard. Goddard half ducked and ^ of arrlvlnI at any successful It v. the ball .•truck him un the meMur< „ canoun he tn !" ly ribly ,-..shoulder landv-ill was immUalebovl tau >UM-Il G<,„, tt was Three for JI HI UK* d.S^r.'. n h?e„ h, h,S, h s iS; '-• SSS ''%  balU with sreat dujoit, aiul ...v.ly r" ; JS? *j ** ,. r j pQ, his boot ID front was also out low Alter one hour lb. sent, had J"""'" !" W*??.""-r*'tl "' nn only by runs and doubt J**Rama-Miln made a few hooewas beginning to creep in a. to 'ul swipes at UndwaU but luted whaancr the purpose of merely only throe balls and was bowM %  ttSl in ihould not now be Rammilim bowlMUndw.il 0. modified and attentl'm paid to the Nine for l>. Goddard made a need for runa. Slancinastroke lor two and was Against UndwaU however, wbo next excellently cauifhl .1 first was bowling a number of balls slip. Goddard caught Ian Johnthat kept low. It was obvious that *>n bowled BUI Johnston 3J Ooddard and Gomez eould do Valentine not out. 0. Byes 12. leg and WHAT'S ON TODAY Sanrute: 6 "(I a.m. Sanset: :>."••• p m M.-.ti \. a \.. eg i %  > 'A 11, nun. .oo p.m. Illsh Tide ; 6.-.h J in p in lw Tide: IS.ll aJI U LI p.m. %  a i a-w. l i„ n( llitm LJ FOR GREATER A4/IEAOE & S/IFfry OUNLOI* RUSSIS COMPANY (TO.. SIBNINCMAM. INOLANO 0p>ll ."J OilllikMlo'! |liio,|hifl Ilia Wo.lJ tpuniored by J & R BAKERIES makert of ENRICHED BRt^AD and the blenders of J & R RUM VISIT OUR SHOWROOM AND SEETHE NEW "A 40" VAN YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT FKOM t OMUNOTON Kalnf^ll: Ml Trniperatlyrr: 7J.4 * Unx.i \.|.M Kg milwi per hour lUriMnctrr (• s.m.l 30.0i:< Cl p.m.) IMN LUXURY.. (7 M %  * • qmi > HI us) rafrMfilna A V \( — %  ' -• bt*, ea \ VV !.i'.biM*id.f. 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rAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1M1 i vim OR HOW TO BE A SUCCESS-BY THE VERY SUCCESSFUL MR DAVIES OF CARDIFF, WHO LIKED DRESSING UP MALI oi.M THOMSON was ring HH MM it> GEOftGI %  ttmW, *hercD • % %  I n his vc: nope, crises and mWtran in Ufi ->ddencd fans, bilious IIOI.UOO Consols. %  ." • 4 £!00.0O0. *h;. I :. IMS. The story varies little, • i~ The Rat In : lk-i|(hton or Glamorous Night* in l34 -I "• i %  %  Use imp* ara different, Zmm\ r.,rcU-j, Rapture, lii-arm* the rrjaiaaksj Isstj *rr living l4*rlhrf" I'.K^ thai MU1 __ anil Zcna Dear In KhiaV la -Ting the I %  avaUWTf" **ss Uul .1IU <• uf i nn pn .i (iMnw-aiior oy acci:..• liked wearing %  n-d the the great house* of land The name of his first %  %  llM t "hen meeting latttei was U> earn I : 'ually W >RLD COPYRIGHT H FUSF.lt VED —L.E.B. 1 %  I %  Thla task took him SO yi I I' i B %  -omcthtng wai time. when saving anTOng, something was than no*. In thl "read and pwahaasVlMd C177.0UU and butter was there, cakes galore. paid 1^4.000 ir, ux trawbwrlM and • %  • •< count He was educati dalenCulU*-* ii ., -.,, p, ,. -•but "ftM .., an rgJ[ for | irjB A 1 ? 1 ^ %  '•'' %  %  % %  % %  %  "' %  I %  Ivor dnpplng >> %  %  %  '/. i 'darlings.'" yet u U iSO vage-t Such can or forgiven to one He did more. He who had -'"*' !*••• a quirk £15.wrota them up every night in 000 with Keep The Home Urea l... dressing-room Burning, which, in some turvlg.i Bid) Wits after all. bis cOUtltTMl iitcsts the giouiHi %  ompanion. wlio arttB the British I _,_ -., ho dancing years National Anthem. / #ir> i.nurVll \ Hit 'trod li.1 le-turea Tha rtag< called, CorjtUnee and (with UN help of a hand Colti.-r and he put on tiMta pits Tilt* lillilv mirror bJgld at the proper angltii.jihun, witb £372 %  *" **•*•*M precious |>ronle was un|a. 4& of thatr joint capital, o almost untouched,—Jay' An eminent oramatist bcg*vo ,. f -,„. church Is the emphasis i I hand. ,.,. puces on Hols Bert] in tho draattnf-roon, too, was .,, ., | njani dally uae ana maJua opaakaa winch brought t %  (. 0 t n The readings Era hun (mm the stage the words i Uitible every day include tn< and music of the play, his word kod it up lessons which are at least tho*'' his music which he v. i>ul Bible Nothing could be mora class, his Public, his Tyrant. Lnat tDtkW U lo produOl Tinuntrue and nothing could be Tha BUOUG Whkh erai sUiK-kedi i ,,,11, fUmri. When EUi- Granger from the nature of the f ri Itself. The Bible is the i Uarltii whai have youlfcei pan be did not Chureh'a Booh It la hi %  ..1 when he wortK,ndcrsund it -nd when Iv the life of Christ and tta %  hjau(but % %  ,•' ., beard, and mshed ofl U Wnn lo U 1 eanre for the aalvatlon of the liiK-kecli Tiutii 0 un KfcRei would %  y*tu 1 pen 1 aranff, ..ti in 1 owy Lord j,.... 1,,, crtM, "wnsn >>< %  • The Happv ,, you poor fJ*f %  * *i darling?" and all wa eventually i->'anieni. %  %  itt, khe anclenl •>1 the Old %  George lieu in -• h,. pushes bis Mrtrila. (The pi... ., hi Bn-Mj,, c hurch has alwaya was not a success.) v/ hjll „,,, M i> panonaJ quail(>l ,. w .„ lo ,i „ n ,i ^tood by a Bibii%  onejll Kuniunliities of his highly sue h.i-m. and the readlnri The lyrunny was alter all not businessman Irom r.nciitT' Ha ttom the scriptures In the English unpleasant. Did ho really a W. *tth a gn guafla in her services goto t„ grow ,, iiioustarlieT Was it har.n. i I with a justify her IruUstence on mielliI a whole bandXeellng to, Bent and thoughtful w..r-lu|> t. ftU '" his ha„ out by Disliked FfMB Air %  JSilJlViit ruthh-ss devotee .1 L-Jd? |: &*"(£ |vn Novell,, was an hones< trH n rsl quallflceUe-i t> r tin f r ini ,Ln ltihln at H. was aUo Ih.vld „ Me a love of drcsslng-up. He ,, ". ^ V9 ££ t 1? !" ,^ ,v '" "I custom la almost gone, hut the ^q^ .o.wr% the n %  h ,^ Cloapal and Iputle to bo followed gales M.Lowhnn,. [toed, I .ihrr.-j. ,.,,., [0 ixigane dn ,.. paahW In I I be the people In Eullah tun,.. idhad • %  lovi lunlon aervke la a le*t> %  n. to the fai' was a l" T 1 %  •'" 1 boy t hut <• eon indei binding must He was generous, nceompany the olTering of WOTtook lir W*ah Ledlef J. holr to ,„„ , u W1( ,,, v er s hip. the World's Fair in Chlr-aip It , ...,,,.,. ,.,1 ly tiino she mused , There is ever>' need in the age """ r hi which we live lo recover our ii. bad a deep a ol reven nee ha <; %  I W* Wend, and to revive a firm faith and no money aensc m elL butler kept bis golf clubs bcautiin ti„. value ..( reedlu 'i %  rlpi.v her son In hDCMefbUy pohahed. fhej rw pain lubjoctluj bhe wild-cat scheme, she took to her ,. on lli* acrtptU bed and threatened to s*fM sputtinff fr* heiseir't" ,((.,th Sh# rim up Mg jii wii '"'' r '"•* debts and raged whe,, lvnii 0 p| C youi lovel) father wa a muntdpel id his mother 1 monilw after Ivor's birth Ma aaaj not Ihe ( bet d d 'i> 1 a wheedling woman. '. idctis, %  touch ot genius B.B.C. Radio Notes CLAUDtO AKKAI' KKOA1K ASTS llrillianl Chilean Piunisl m Chilean pianist, will be heard i-Ntdcast In Ua baa he plays ljsjf. Piano Concerto No. 1 in E Bat v.i.h the BBC S. mclumy Orchestra conducted by Sir Thomas ileeeciam. Arrau is one of the world's most travelled pianists having toured all five continent* -including a trip to the West Indie,where he gave performances—and to facilitate his I ravel* and add lustre to his country be* waa appointed Cullunl Attache In the Chilean Diplomatic Corps with a diplo-p'Mt He began to play the piano without lessons at the age of four, and at rive he r e his first concert in Santiago 1 When he was seven, the Chilean Govemmei.'. impressed by his talent, gave hun a ten year scholarship to enable him to study In Europe, he went TIV and studied under Martin Krause. a pupil His broadcast, shown In the pro%  \i.l-, aaidssff the title HBC Symphony Orchestra,' will (%  on the air at 8.00 p.m. on Sunday. 2nd I>ecember Drain uf (apluin Scotl The other day we drew yum to a programme on exploration — the fealun pnicrnnune on Edward lii the coming week the HBC will broadcast another proAN'.I.IH %  telling of ..f capuin ScotBOOM years ago Douglas Stewart, a New Zealand Journalist on the staff of the Sydney 'Bulletin,' tmiBl verse play for radio called The Fur on the Snow.' It told the heroic story of Captain Scott's i1tu.11 to the South Pole and was broadcast several times b) the Australian Broadcasting Commission. When Tyrone dithnc visited Australia several years ago with she 'Old Vic' ci pany he came across Stewart's radio play and was anxioui produce it on the BBC. Thla %  1 a to fruition and 11 will be heard in the General Service on Wednesdii next. 5th Die. at 9 00 p.m. TF parl .t Beat! bi played by John 0 took the same role in tha Sim of 'Scott of the Ant.m tic' and has spent months saturating himself emotionally and uitelUs-tuallv in the literature and f Scott and his ci paidou lha I,Mori V S hI ..nag 11 throw book-oli %  **•"* to the severe testa anil textual 1 nh. 1 MI OOffBS "i > '"S" 1 IS 'li-thO Wheat wiiile we ay the Una. To tonie %  0 have diM-arded the %  hall .imi lost the kcr This is undoubtedly a consideration which the scriptun 1 j f.ithful ought to bear in mind. It D * '"V to • %  ,h -'' m I her son's home, so that sbeo .. i^cornpanled by u daaa l l m i might ring Hollywood when she ji l>))k ,. %  ,, :., lined MI Pope now rapaj %  ': '"'..ir 10 fW^lpUrnenl with well padded ph, producln. a si %h&m on wearing a crown "' %  ^Jblurring of values through l* and sad of l*ie Person of ChrW id yueen * %  atUl 1 what he .aiu.-s In his on and not only in a written when %  l "' She slammed the doo t of her box at critical moments -'utit he, sacra in • %  1 fhh Vet bh BR4 boar ws alenij when the cuiUnn fell. T.mk ^ii fan Hut Mi for' raw I, lend*. He an Tory 'i. ;| Ivor owea her mu. I 1 Ml t "' r ; ln the Vlum "Always keen ar thai Uw. ve.il line simple." But to M vp rtid ' y" '... ..an'o-a lika He always shut his ey Sir N.. 1 in. HI Angcll 'Freedom of Movement* is the subject of two talks to be given in the BBC's General Oversea. by Sir Norman Angcll. Nobel Prize winner of 1933, whose best-know work. The Great Illusion,' has been translated Into some seventeen languages Mlks Sir Norman point) out that In the inid-lwcntietl century much of the world li i-losed to us, not merely by the Iron Curtain of others, but by curtains which we ourselves have lowered to keep ourselves in H< iR-licves that pn tree movement are hindering '.he full development of Western SO badly needed BOS purposes The first talk Is subtitled 'Migration and Kniergence of America' and %  Ith Defence.' Both will be given on Frfciu .it 7 is p.i he ilrst on ttie "th mat and the : Bcond on the Mth had Ttaty Will not be leam.-.l to the Cl I 10 :.i U them u the beam, to South or North America—49.92 and 49.10 metres megacycles lively. — FOR — STYLE t OMFORT QUALITY Obtainable at all leading Storei Gala's fhion-right colour* a' 1 the newest rave among models in the great Paris and London dr: houses... for Gala colours are perfectly keyed to the latcitdess shades... and Lip Line allows lipcolountobechangedqun %  > and cleanly j unmi as each refill, contained in .: own metal shell, is interchangeable in the same case // ***i cwous And there's a glistening Nail Colour match every Lip Colour. GALA OF LONDON/fA /I Remember, too... ** ^^^^ ** Gala 'Face Colour'— matching Foundation Shade* 1 Powders— and Jovci'y f. -.pcotions for skin core Srf. Iran •*• 5 u-*^* F. B, NICHOLLS, P.O. BOX 14} U..M.*rttefr M .ail~-tSw PH0SFERINE for more ^T confidence! 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•IMHI HKIMBKR '. 1*31 -.ISIIW \nvoc.vu: I'M. I SIYBM FARM AM) GARDEN H> \(.KHO|.\ mi: 11 A\ VV\ College (janieninij llinls Labrl—On IAISV Tvrms By TRF.VOR EVANS For Amateurs The J.. ii ilfii In It* • -I-IIIIM-ITflan aboid Jown I!oiI> i sung Yet, complex about Rrttfsh adtiei Half ra \ 'lima showing Thy late unseasonable lieavy hoy and itirt K< nut) have cunalttenU4>' ou an inf. .,„ planting, and any unprotected seedlings were ptopi it Half 1MClly boater, down. At Ibe beat p sunless, day* are not .. iTlnrr the* take ,pw| tll| KocdUniu a* *'damDlDaT %  %  '%  '"• '" *< %  %  rr i ...... iik.i, iToccur Bun ims they arv uui i,, man MIIUIV w*i)m sufficient MIDI ttM ThU %  • %  kvd the 15 Bull li ,. ( ^-wi,,,-, ui.it most nutritious food fruits, the edunUonleti who have come 2"* fro.,, c^cnuTT rahi aa banana has a variety 3 u* the United Sta:It may be eaten a* a fmii whl 1-anng the tie-up a*ripe or made into a iiini H. '<-<'" MUMIWM and %  MM, node into flour when, like iu Katravagant ndusl %  • runn-i •ilk WindM retarded as "ntnvilong been regarded as excellent KAn ( and educationally undeairaids. In the eastern Ironble." bn America It gives a fr—1 plants, the name young man or won | < %  %  plantain is usual I v Bpftt Ufl to have >< %  tV. .' .'II It n rather like Indies, separate the Amertcasl love ol %  rnlddU UM nameaj. Acfuall Me -somuch a matter of ,lu |ortaheti bv the moot inexpeIwlongs to the same genus as pride %  I rums... ..., „. ncrd gardener. All *OU li.ive is classulcd as vented live "S. It doesn t stand. (( ^ tf Q buv a pou^ of Sul%  peciea. The furmar for anything phate of Iron from any CbctnLtL nwraj ~tar.h and if. Tlcntv ..( rhlldien do et s ( u fjetnlill a better kaeaper than rlegreaa. *i+ Aim-nea Iws l.aM ^K.a ." Hi,, bssmna with its aruutvr .sugar institutloiM contecn. The texture of the rate of ;.bout hall J million a year, necessitates its being cooked to bo properly digested. lad, ruasted or made Into neh like the pouto), the plantain is important in the %  ,1 Hhd South %  Not a i,.„ lr i,.i 90SI .iiiijMi.il*MI i H'II i •• *"*'"" %  .h. %  "21 S35ll| powder which dtsaolve. n vary easily in water and costs a e<our some ol tht ston tonic tn the .ifnieted plant. Repent the %  '• we>'k until plant hMtthy gretm n'lour. Does that mean America i tii.ii i Britain'.' necessarily. Team Dunsheath of Ilant :.ui in nop and among the most ,. ir (i,.vernment and induHry to spitg .if (heir rieaaMM nppeantnc* to tlv grOWal TBf T on %  lentrfle and engineering they list veiy long as eut II' St fl Lighting. efulh note — a v ii Ol Rayon (isberdina at sbmmg, gear eperaied by %  .* i ' i for thai at' inexpensive Christmas (lift, thei %  thiiTurnei rracl •s a vei below *i n Chase' T> !I ichi-ir ami -.-nil > % %  *• ii • %  if 4*a. Gn-en Arrow, the vrry late I .n (lil Store* has arrived n->\> Yuleuu* Greeting, from N l n Barbados Designed against a Wibwii a Co ta*l background of long reseatrel-. and hen i the invii iiovesi have man* leaturr. iN and swing Fibre Gta Wieka fJf •• % %  life, all Uraas eonnc evei Ihlng \ nuns and Ladles" A< ei impoiUnt point is the eomplet %  soi and .ill-weather, nil ptn range of spares always available pe' apparel are In atsunda r s r i The quality is excellent, ihe prsra < % %  is eooapetitive and you %  hwul t Ki. brim the -helvei eortalnl) make a point ol aoein^ Nig: t Dresse* and Underwt del. Sob ful Ulft H.^ieis rs %  K. J Harm l-Sm|th a Co 4741 ion Kmas this year I . MUasT ref.I K. MaJM 4t I deivou%  % %  Hesklenti.il Chlb 1likely to bs RAHB tn Mpviatim: to full caiwity if Uw -t only gao — seen then, recent Thanksgiving Dinm-i paiStewart, P tic* are oni crttajrioa rtag must vasoi American universities get faugj %  arch contracts from privati Their graduates are f. 'in i. %  .".I.invn v line, find •o they ngoaj n iaarefUll iianille.1 when 'eing sinvr Sprinkle tinm .... thmly ovor the surface of Ihv mould in the ssMd box. and cover the with a thin layer of Una mould, pressed down lightly with top industrial admtmotra^Mbing ttal a ,hin||l. ii eirlleiit). Water with n very fine Ol ,ii. the variety quesmonly mat with industry. in the Wast Indies are: Grog M | VI Dwatf, T,ve jobs. also kno Wand and Evan Hw r aaaa re h prufesaors „,,-...,.._ ,„,, V or Apple ,-r-t fat fee, fnen industry, which wV* JT'" Oil iruome level with .... i Die raport pi n poi nt s Fig < ....,..' this ins riM Ametnaii WlMl -ort of uiinn.yejlov %  *rui Fha bunch TO red and the 0U " In Britain. ror example. rwn I i %  • %  '• %  ithe Ms* • BluMOa, a fairly A < ' * *^H %¡ ,.%  %  od. lular fndt, lhl %  ally seen i make the Rockln inch. perfect r and a pleasing locale foe .iiter-the-.' A new perfume for YOU... •Qv& • ••••Mil I he Bcrfumc wllh the I igrancc v BOURJOIS and M" radii Have von seen the Chrntma* t'alhna XM TlieMreally 1 1 riahl in trie m.-.l. There's Well, ai ..vcrUl.ing here if you care I look around with me re* %  • ' moment Xmi' Cards Boxe-. of"Us the M Wrappers and dkrttibuled by S. I parcel deeoratlorw are OVCL ihere *. Ltd With 01 Here are luxurious I^-JIIH-Irubl rased Shaving Bets, aftai B I %  .• ind ' Ijotlons. Cigar* and Candles, Ai at Ihls counter Dorothv Orsy ,*)< liea include f exttire LoUot ||0 Hie I qnci Cleansing i i oa in i- dil nndei bare-al Idered aekfjJI Si laggai i Fit M li-*iM i i oidrol. Mi tulcinnuni %  'iiiiBll|. h. in IM low. In ahstaui blara In vow la*v M KI1MI i MOSS p| .| y/m < %  i •• %  I I> i" Ik t i I -in B find finishes iand at praaanl but enough lo he pl.nW out. the] "" M "'' each other as a healthy plant r\am Po Mih, : nd nun Puddlni %  mi i , /., i, inn Ltd Tinwhile hen full grown will spread considerably. Petunias are among the slower |rowing annuals, nnd 12 week* good ntvni Wl ''lapse from Uie tune of hank t lerk'-rt-"'"! planting to flowering. Thli slow start I* mode up for_ for jn a i ale Iha plants will llowcr .'isr months, even surviving the first heavy rains. mad. i laan %  %  %  H "eii laksi PloidaUoni have iu-i'. %  %  Platters and Vegetable Dial which you're certain to need v< soon And. of course, averj hardboll. ware reoulremenl iuauall oldainable I'l.mt.iti eii Ltd. phoii Roll.1 IMirts as Dim %  I r] f in. ..I LI, isssttva t %  .,11 at / %  '. % % % %  I • %  .*:' %  li, i lUohfirt Kim 4 ,Mur "' ls %  "> be grown Irom —— Jculting. but aie grown a* a rule 1 nmon In • •,,„ I. !" .ul I. t M P..rn .„„„ fa ,. hllip ^ ,^, ", ^ ^^ S 0 ^^ unid purp |„ K Th ,„, ; ,„ hr „ rc ,i„^ numbrr ot omwnonlal lyim: U-i ".-l"i> n " crippled com„„,,,. v „ nwv Du b.utlful have m. .ai pi.nluii atronl. n un ta _, rtn up a n lbo m .tr-lv rcrnral 5plne. Ihe individual hands Tn . Karo ,. n Ine fullowlnf year. so mwci "' cloaely packed one over the even It the beds In the niean—1 other thus facilitating carnage, umg have be* !" turm-d up "rheae do,,, i %  1 gteater atwhile the individual Anger* do will aerve f.areplantinl, and r.ill off when rlpo. Thia thia proee aueceeds for several n .innna related forms of the last feature means that the grocer years, but after a time the bright CBvmtUfh Banana. < %  it r.lant can hang the bunches and cut from colours die out. and fresh seeds Tills them aa required. Had then be aown. • ;.-.i.7.,"5> %  MILLIONS Of fAMILILS agree with stientih findings that: %  -'I ISM Bourn-vita LOVELY ana or 4711 Colognes %  and %  Gift Sets SultabU tor XMAS l'KI.SIMS Priced to Sell (. (Mm KROHM: Whole-al.. & Helail DtSfSttt :i. Iloelimk Kl. DUStll jil Gets the Dirt out of WORK CLOTHES faster and easier than ANY Soap! Yoa. FAB •V4H tti Ihe hnrtlent wilier — R d ..i mi'iil.i llnfK t. \ biter, brifl'ii r nnd QUH Kl V too. For your ilmnty lhmp ; 1 %  : \l'....put it on I ..tir 1-" •' IM i'>UA,Y. Waihygg with FAB Mtvaliy SAVBS monrv ^ihe HALF evs HHICI 1 Fab .is MEN like smart-patterned w ftp COLGATE V 7 CLEANS YOUR TEETH V CLEANS YOUR BREATH VHELPS PREVENT DECAY THK COLGATE WAT TO 'OMPLETt HOMI DINTAL CARI Alwayi brush yeur lflth rlajht offar anting with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM ^-J>l!Kl.-.-.:Vi!iM!5-..K:":S5-"'-.KM' Famous For Almost A Century To HELP FEMALES TROUBLED THIS WAY! ty / ff fy^hn suffer dlitrest from pariodlt famala ailmanls (backocha. haadacha, bvarlng-down paint oi nt.vouv. lansa foaling* tavaral days bafora) UNO WOMCMot lo 57 who luKat hoi SMS—I hr-d. InHobla. slronfaly resllflt feallngi due lo 'change ttav HELLO MRS. HOUSEWIFE! VKS. W| KNOW nbout thfrse pticM. also your ..u.-niyis I ttasBf out Of nuttiing. B0 1 KTS HAVF. A SERIOUS TALK, and aps/ll %  "* IrtUt in do for >ou. "MM" ntODl'CTS? Yos. ItsBJ %  1 ) %  ol |.imi and frultn. BV %  %  I fh. K(H1 lr...i IOWI K Jfiii. %  %  %  .. i-.ii*. I ran ao>flr you, and the • sjoorl MssoV "Any." IVasvat flattrr. HH "!'' ithcs. ItOBI WHO LDd both palate and pocket, -ACC" Raeh Lobster if a dellAnd don't tell me you've forgotten the Xmas Cake I II (be family %  .the job is made easier by th.it "BROOlt'stl i ^l ( in Peel aslaUa la a package or by the pound. i A WOHD for Ihe disrriminitina Mother—nutritions 'CLAPP'rt" Bah> FoosVs BM-nli ;md Strained FruitdClsftft**** t'^norrow. rhr pi.ture of health IOUIII Ml I IIS l.r. Will.. I ITTI.l IdAMT, NO vfXHUUEa NOW M w wmrmwn IUH ARRIVKD' THK CIIIAPfST AND YKT THK BEST I iil i lii i. i i ii F i M i.i iirfnw^ e r Ming. It also llTVOUS i nnd irooa LrMtaale *oik. fhrough a woman's .y..u-in to bring this wonderful .•uxitliir.j Taken regularly. Plnkham'a Oomtenund iielp% build Bp .-r-male diatrfaa. Hisure to give n a lair trial girls. Beelh. dn• It frull juice i HJ£: Or you aay prefrr L^'DIA E PINKHAM fl I ABMrTTI •Mhi' *iir'r —taav to laka n.r.uv to carry in your purse. 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s( \l>\\ ll)( I MBFR t 1M1 M M>\V ADVOCATI I'M.I MM "I'm No Stooge'" 46 Thank The Governor SAYS NILES Two political meetings were held within 400 yards u( each other at SI. John on Friday night. One was an Electors' Association m>eling in support o| : dgture o( Mi (.; 11. Nile*. Th* Other M in support of independcnt caiwiid-iU. Mr. Victor Vaughan. Mr. Nile* said lhai those who kaaMP him would know that he was no stooge The Barbados Labour Party were telling Unpeople that the Electors' Association was using coloured stooges. but ihey were doing thai purelv lo speak in terms of colour was/' he said. "wtMD you did have in Ihe House of Assembly rich white men who kept down the poor. They kept down poor while, too. They tell you that the Electors A i.i the passing on of those who used to keep down men. but that Is not so. 'Look at us who make up the Association — ail colours. So you must decide with yourselves whether or not there is any truth In the story. "They tell you up here that 300 yean ago you were kept down in slavery. They tell you about wearing bag clothes instead of telling you the real issues. They do not talk that In town. Talking this Is Just implying that you here are ignorant." He said he bad been an elementary school teacher for years, mixing with the poor people. Attar some time he had been transferred to the Labour Office and some of them would have seen him at one time or another settling dispute*. And nobody who had seen him in that capacity could tell nun that he ever acted as a stooge. "I have never vet In the Labour Department been accused of being impartial.'' he said. "I have always kept a careful look out for the worker's point of view. "Some of you will remember me in the emlgratn.r okaying people for various places. "Some people walk aboul the parish telling you. 'Yes. Niles used to help you, but he used lo take a piece of change. There are hundreds of you in this crowd and 1 challenge any of you lo say that I took change from yr, u "I have sent more people through the brck door from SI. John than from any other parish. "I counted the number who went through the back door and one emigration I counted 300. And you can ask Dr. Wilson if I ever asked him for a cent." For. he said, it Wat he who used lo ask him to help the meo from St. John to gel away. Therefore when they heard the E ropaganda being spread Dial lies helped them but took a Slece of change, they were nol is friends if they did not dcii" iL •'Always I have been holding a good balance and have been interpreting the point of view of the workers to the employers and "I have strengthened my knowledge of Labour in the United Kingdom. As they had often beard, the difference between the Electors* Association and the Labour Parly was one of Free Enterprise as against Nationalisation. Some years ago the Labour Party told you that they would nationalise this and they would nationalise that, but they have not done it. It cannot happen. They have been telling you about white people, but it is these same white people that they borrow money from all the time. "Only get behind the solicitor's door and other doors and you would be surprised to hear the borrowing transactions which went on "For the first time," he said, "you all know that it was His Excellency the Governor who gave that 19% bonus. Many of you will remember thai just before that people from th union told you you would get 11*. It was the Governor who suggested that as there had been a record crop, there should be more paid out They are only telling you this to catch votes." True, the Electors' Association did not get it. but the Labour Pr-rty did not ge it either. What is the use. in any case pushing up rales 20% and then *"* "* ot living is pushed higher. Why do they not cut off the system of controls that is making >our food so dear." he said. "Why "Much T on i MI] bg lower the engt of living. Thu %  has gol to be scratched L'ode, %  >ou can only import lain countries. "Unless you allow competition to come in pour COfl of living w.ll remain high." The question of age grouping was a burning question. The elementary schools turned out a thousand children every year who did not know A from It The Electors' Association SI.KHI for belter eduction .md those who %  fN interested in then Children'* education should Vote for Ihe Elector Associ.d ion\ nndidates. Then there was the question of health. A look at the hospital would satisfy the people that there was need for a better Government to change things there. As things were then, two people •rare pushed together on one bed and the Socialist Government h.id shut its eyes to that. From his Association's manifesto, Ihey would see that they intended to give them cottage hospitals Instead of almshouses. They felt ton thai wards should he attached to all eotlage hospitals nni| tl.. who would benefit from that should realise which way they should vote. 'We have also promised you a good housing scheme, too," he said. "At present everything is concentrated in St. Michael. Do you not think thai if those people were interested in housing, the. would not have given you country housing schemes'* Thousands of childi.i being lurned out from without any outlet for I wnd When we waga Tying to get a Barbados representative to go with the labourers who %  ran) to America, the) MM tl should be none. They said that ihe Jamaica representuti\ see after the Barbadian*, with the result lhal to every 100 Barbadians who were returned, only one Jnmaieon was returned. omitted from the list of 46 published in yesterday's Adroeeie. .Mr. Liafa Snsltli resigned from the Barbados House of Assembly so go and light m the Second Great War. He has been I oramttlMl in the %  is stand* Ui it aa .. saasnl Mr R a Mapp was member for 11 .. • He Is Associate Editor % % %  con" and Hi M in the House in iiM8. He ranted I Wfvt Indian journalists in attend i ival of Britain. Mobil* For The 19 Per Cent. Programme The Salvation Arnn Annual Social Work Appeal V. a Anmtnuui 1 L < S. E C.t>ll Ch-odlrr HIM.. C hand In First Aid And I'oiiinroiidaliou Crrlifieulvs R T lUrfwUi I %  %  29 presented First Aid and Commendation Certificates to members of the Fire Brigade and Poike Fovaft Tu-nty -three members ol the Pins Hi-made — who were prepared Ty member-, of the S'. John %  BVIgW&i tar the am mat ion — received First Aid lertllltiitcn while Cpl. Watson and D. Jones of the Police Forte were given Commendation Certificates Before the presentation o( the certificates. Col Michelin said that it was very important for I if I Ai ataa as they nave to deal wr.i persons at tires and other accirfc was pleased thai M Bid far ""' cerCpt WalKm and Jones received %  nmendution certificates fat deleetive work in the si tram '.' % % %  MgtsMl Drawing ..• %  drawing in Ihe Girls' Union building fund t">k peace ; .t ;-., i. noon. KniiowiiiK ire, the 10 prlgaa and the numvonj at UM t.ik. ig. i •Mid: 4th l No. ISA*. •th I'M/.No, 4094: 7th Priae Ko •03, Hlh Prise No. 3553. Blh PrlT? Ma Prixe No Ml; Iltq %  13th Prln No, .M78. 14m i Hn Prise N p Idth Prlte N. 3790. 17th No. lHHIi. IHtli I'D/!NO, 20*0. Ith PrtH No. 4127. 2uth %  1 in Bakad bo eall ;.t th* Union on Monday Decembr 10, December II art ID I..-, i | 'he Labour I' '• Part) .is rraiu reapoa gettinit i; %  > I %  tn It was ihe Governor who asked the Sugai Producers FederaH U the 131 P" 1 mt ken would get this yeer. and naturally the sugar producers having made more moc% during the last crop it was agreed to pay I i get your 19 per oasM This was told bv Mr R 1 W.,i %  al CtmneU Town, St Lu M Ptl HI. niKht. to hi ... ihe H'.LuAsa riatsen. Sir Ward and Mi s \ W.l.ott %  h %  on In the . %  cntallves of the puiikh ol St l.ucv Mr. Walcott was ill ,md could !" "'t turn up Mr Ward has iweri leprrvenliiig the pa w Tash for the laat 'eurs He loin Inh-teneni that the Labour Party were 'living that lhe>. had got the 19 per -ent I'.., i Thev nave -aid thai the) gi: u; per lent back pJiy (or VOU the crop started, but il that was in > NJ would have had the back pay from the 1st January DC Fehruary They had to wait until the '21 tish Qovernmenl lixed the \>i i.e Migar and out of thi^ price was lier cent for the o:ker. Yen aid. -i ihal the synaea ., %  A rklng % %  lUfaetoi I) but IN %  continue ihe system of ageGovernment, ihe n and countii:. Hol.dayv Huh Pa\ "y M As regards the matter gfl HaMlh Pay. the Labour Partv _, .: that thev had "*• i'"'Kramme al-.. hat measure aUnit < the srurhi land but %  %  "'" enllghtan inein on the 1|L '* %  "''' "' %  I %  w %  recommendation rrom the D"J moaas ivdf i Orga down in ail i in. Jamah i ha '.i the Brittah Ooverrunent rhi> did not mean R.W.I Film i Lid net the Jinuka t BfOnhl annually as proposed Hill, fin one had to thou H dealB. U he ^.ieroridnsj 180 da) %  > :i an employer during the year llonan '. I • be entitled Buroty a prevont Ihe ler, a maaon, or olltei arn . srould not benefit from r .„„. .. tie law because they worked at lrri „. v.inous periods of the year and with various people He thought too thai this moan. an d activities of the i---, la !" S."?S u i? ora % % % %  • •'• n 1 ih Ouhui i ind Brltlsl tl i SMO; Pl 27(10. p ha n ur< i .. BsraM Prsvrib A I %  urtoa A Co. 8. A. Hammond, t.n J W Potl.r a Co. "•on a Co Dr Honour! Cinri Alwrll Daaa I'nlai l>(.id.arli Wllhlnwn .v Police Hand Plays To-day At Fork The Police Band will render the following concert It Qi. %  at 4 45 p.m. to-day. t.HAND MAPClt. Rp*..,. by gberlMM i ...i. HVITB. Aby SM,, OPCRATtC EXCERPT*. I-J. ..,. fel W.ii, i Sp-ni.l) |., || TWO HVNDII..SN PtBCU llAinaiau ami Minuet ,,, iu nl |,, /-IlIA HEUGIOBO. Power of U>v# GRAND MAHCll OmawttaSr atarrh lo Wael "t""" TnI*>ttl la m| Shvphard' Twr.f Ciimond saviour %  gssa I.I Th Daai Nam %  I.IA a M N.. 31 GOD RAVE Tlir KISC. CBOtal < I Itoiaon. Mlir AII.M :.,,..., o| MUM.. PROFIT MEANS PROSPERITY e> From paie IS dOI nine 11i-i %  %  %  %  rich and the rh I iney kne w only too well that I a middle clH Uon %  o m n m nlty ai the iinodle class and tb ployed in this loininuiiity who %  i b hlng hcii with the ooal of living. He hoped that whichever party .i|ilni..i the naDBuUJ of (lie Government oniitnin. would be done to rollss plight. Mi alottley said; "Among the meetings held In Ihis area, two ol them erera kept by %  O-OUl Independanta both of whom were abusing capitalists and especially concentrating Iheir attack on me with a barrage of lies of the %  %  ... : you. the elector! of th| | 1 < ; tamo, I stood. I aerved; iw yotir guld*. More Time iDA Nov. N. Tided to %  line before tak• *i unti! Inrdaj emntoyen iding points. have got lo '.hank the British tag. payer in England for giving Mitt 121 par canl The Facts '1 will now give you the facts as roncenuna the 19 per cent in 1950 Mr. W A. Crawford who was >i meml-er for St Philip In the last session of the House brought **' Address to the I loose askln| the Ciovernot to see that ihe peasants got a better prl*e canes. The Government took up the matter and tlu \ appointed what thev called a Good .nrmtti'e Thll I .i the Governor, H i. H A Cuke and a gentleman from over%  K.LV railed Mr M W. Ihithle i.ion was invited by this committee to attend a meeting .i II was the Sugar Produnr* Uon, and an agreement was along certain lines pertaining to nagaanl "Dining that talk the Governor sffsded to i-'th the Union and the F*deration that I i nop Hint had been produ.ni the factorj "wners pay some of their profits to the labour,i. ... .,-. tn kiep up harmonious ,,r industrial relations UM labourer and the emof money and we agreed v j MIII regnnrnbar, %  I v .mi | I... v. i, ad m the newspiiprrs Ihe l..,l...ui I'ai't.i %  i tl i' W< rtters Union alone, but to the Sutfar Producers naamtoii % %  *'" ;t-Ycar Aurwnu-nl "NOW vou know that this Is a three-year agreement, and If we -lo not get an increased pi ice (or sugar during the period, you have unl to work for the same wag-:, until 1953 expires unless we are : tn give you more" Speaking of the Labour Welrate atund Mr. Ward *.-n\ I., hli that this Fund bad baei the Hutish Got to the agriculural .ikers. They did not sav how IhJ i. spent but .-ft ll to the djoi tin local Oovarrunenl The] appointed a coinmliteii %  • > Into lha inattei .-<"t thl tee reasoned that the beat could bo spent was to help the worker-, repair their houses and establish some playing fields In the various paiisheIt was a HRAJ "but rememin>r that th.s fund does not help panter "i mason or the peasant who does not work. Of course If the peasant works his land he too can apply lor some of the moony, lor In t*uwould be labouring on the land tl,ninth for himself. In othet a would le a labourer. I al>out education In the island, Mr Ward referred to ogevi mpiiik and said ttiat the Inboui Party was making out a case thai it was u wnndprful arrangement lie was sure, however that all parent* who were present at Ui.it and all over the ndaml .new that the rontrary Wag the case. They knew that this method of aue grouping was worthless. "Your children in the elementary schools do not know as much today as Miey did t.fteen yean ago undoi plnvmrnt m the island, because re weie some people w*io would make a change of iheir l before the 150 days •erg •-\pircd and get somebody the job to as to get awav from carrying out the law. Mr. Warn then spoke of Ihe mS 'tjuate water supply in ihe parand other places in the idsnd aa waU. and said that altlMo*. %  VIM] had been passed by the |aaiilatuie some years ago to get Jet necessary material. Government could get none of it from la'. I up to now. ••Vou iii aae that Mr Boatamjit, i of Jamaica goes tu Kn-lOlii! and Kets all that !. Thai is because Jamaica hat a arcpt^i Prime Minister in the p-i•on of Mr BAaruunantsj He baa %  paabjht, ability and initiative ggr Adams is undoul>tetll> a man of ability bul he hat not got sufiU-l.-nt busings ahllity to handb these matters He want* somei ads |o help him.'' i %  %  Ullng the Government could dg ,i.i Mr Ward %  >.< to dig up H* where the pipes were U> be laid so that when Ihey arrived m Ihe Island hhey would just be laid down. It would in an an. .it tn provide the water for the people at the earliest possible opp> rtuioty. Served I nitIif>a11 > ^^ Ward told the crowd lhat he ad lertad them fnithfntiv i •, %  ..i ... preparad t> i on dOin| so A little while .tic %  hud aetually divided nut to i tins time rot %  Itrttan i><-uii ha had too iniieh buBrnaaal 10 I mdle and theiefmr did m>t I think lie could continue to repre-l •erst 'hem aa coneclontto ihe si uld There had been a great urge by the people of the paiiata that he •tfiould pan! In tie, however. %  pee he bad wived them faithh and well for the last sevenn yean He Jia people ll<" wai asking them to mve coUeafue, Vi VaJcott and hlrnaall i vote on I i : ni.-. wore lha Deotore As,.,!,. I .,., and Ihe chief nop..f %  is also being shown. Another lUm H Voui I roattt "Thl t the ti %  %  %  \.|M.. .1. ttlm iv especially mval patents srho %  •• % %  the I persons of passing the knowledge %  lldren FOR ALL CLASSES OF I^SUHMCE CONSULT A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (MMIS LID.) AGENTS FOR NATIONAL EMPLOYERS MUTUAL GENERAL INSURANCE ASSN. LTD. May moan kidney trouble A lumtMHi o( aui kidiwys is to diaunate haiaitnl uii|n mn liani Illhr hiilnrjFt grow *l"gg'sh, '"' iiUtr and settle and ol tm become a cause ol pain m kHata and muscles. The wi / u. taiklc the ti.mbl. is SB aalp thkidnefa. They sl„,„i, !„ %  |„ nP ,| „„ Wlt h DWitt Pdls Die mrdieiiie made apeciallr tot this puiiose Or Will a Pdhl hve a soothing, (hsansiux aMaatneprt) aehenea lh<' kiilin-yv thai in agl Bsaai baik to pedmiii ibeii naluial function |H..|'IIT I his wellinrd ii>. i. is -...Id all over ^ the world anil wr have many %  ktlers IKHII %  iilteiei* trlhlUJ ^ at • pell*, all" yeara 1 of Miflriuig. by (nkuig I>e Wills IMIs. Iry them tt i writ, .f the poopli t %  HOUae togelher your representatives," said Mr. Ward. I .HI, in St Lucy with vou and I have served you well f >i Ml enteon yean You are aware of tt.it and I dive no doubt you i ma back to 'rhe II' OUR GUARANTEE Da Witt's Hil' aiamitai lured umtet %  1. 1, tly hygienic coculitiiiiis and tli. ingredients conform to rigid standards of punly. DE WITTS PILLS lor Kidney and lUddtr froublr to contin HU i depend you 1 repeat, glvi ,,[ ...,,i vottt and aive Mr Walcott the other. 1 leave il to you to do your duty to him me." NUTMEG PROFIT : $1,337,425 (JHENAI>A N U i ,; dmeg | here v.iii ahan ii aha dbrtiibuim i of $1,337.4:*.% the profit deI the Urenada Oe-optTl live Nutmeg AsstK-iation on part of Ihe year's working at a genii..! meeting yesterday. I ivourable position was r..,, hod deapKi i iop losses during the strike earlier this Wralhrrhrad's Again £ :, l|HsthrOI.IiSMOnii m u .a iiiiv Kasna teea X. u.Ahi. i rna in \ >i w BUXBH gj UJ aiV tlgareue. Si • jfi %  lu Maur.rr i UJt B a a r id % a %  r^ %  ITS HERE AGAIN 11 " 5 PURINA MILK CHOW U; a B H. Jason Jones £ Co.. Ltd. Distributors B d • • i i I %  i %  i i %  %  %  %  I " Brighten Up For Xmas We have a wide range o( PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES "ST T. HERBERT Mel. n "S-T 10 a II I:M| ni < K ItUBR. ; -*-'*-*.','.*,*,v-.-,'-',','-*,',-,*,'.*,',-,',-,-,^',',-,*-*^'-*-',-.--'.'--,--'-*-'-'-' 0 \OTKK InaUud ajf our half ilny on Snliinlay lllli.. we will lw piring half ilay on Thurmlay 6th. Oeeenftenv COLLINS I Til. M/ IMl/a HlllMllr YOU TOO WILL BE DELIGHTED! MtOe l\ 17 THK COCKADE BAR & LOUNGE 0**r Stanfeld Kroll & Co., Lid.. Broad SI reel l/W EX JOY i rtiVE .##•;.-/ /\ I COOL x QVIBt spur HAM. CHEESE. EGG. SANDWICHES HOT DOGS COOL DRINKS AFRUIT JUICES TEA — COFFEE — COCOA The Place where only ihe He*.! is Served. Waiting to Greet You all Santa Claus will be looking for you as usual in our TOY DEPARTMENT every Saturday December Is*. 8th, 15th, and 22nd. Everybody always enjoys our Xmas Parties and there will be the usual Lucky Dips and Music to amuse the little ones. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET 1 I V. , %  . eetaa si o. y.\M\H\ tl.\K> Hli. K Beat) tinillemrn y, liirlrr" If/a •ni II.ir ,)•• Muhad. S mil •:, - i ii %  i alee S Tanrtelas' U/a Hoal ) hirtH.1^ liiim" 5e/a nil ^ snj 'llunhill Sliell anil llmtinf^ jSJ t iimotv f.ian.1 Mam W rarfcers' Shell jn,| Hru-5 %  fl ere (X m '*'"'-' Leeaaaa Pt*a m %  "" %  \lr ll ..ii IFi r %  A ueiiht fine -w %  M, 'All Hlse. and ataBMa *J ^ Piieaa irom i on la III M i •Waaan'a Oraart Cn erri Pip ^* Jt l.ira Lome! BBapee m ., v ii miiiiii Range < < ae i| A I'lp" at Ml rent% %  i, I. ** All Shj|M- 4nil Sl/es 5Sr Lye i omiKiiioi 3/r4-.i1 M ,**;'*•,•,•,'***'.'. \n IIAIUIISOX S Broad Si. 5'.'" '" i ."„:'::: & ler. €r p,k B I'lllli ll.'< /l|P H/ — PMMIUI 11 I, 11' > l"i'" romhr.. nil l/ and 3/I'lp. lor. \i 1 on apiun. lor I *II,II tiiri. ..1,1 III.,,). ri %  I V V I 4 g i All I.--I, ( K.XKI I II II III Tom IN,.,,,,, MM,. ,1,. l/fl rn AH %  3/. ilmega" drawn In irarelte B,| UaassW ••>. s,.iral ll .In, ilnrel' I itra laine 7 '' K H"iri\RH-ri lllillT'B' yjr %  1 1 „„ Whirlwind |iaoA*| W '•-••Han I irhler* & %  ( %  '•'pe -nd Olaareaaa i ii.-iu.-rf. m 5'eaeh S V ** an' HNIIMII M I |(.\K| IT! X 8 2*1* """ "" '' 'IB ?K n .-. Jo a>,.|., 1 rrearfl 9 N m yWFtiim.i.hhA iiirdc DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS AT BARGAIN PRICES. At a big dlKOUFil w'recently purcl I Li Icnowri b i %  %  Lrei I %  %  %  wi br 11. • •.,.! v :u100 D0Z. E.PN.S-Al FORKS ACTUAL VALUE AT I EA81 % % %  CENTS OUR PRICE-58 CENTS EACH 96 D0Z. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES WITH MIRROR POLISHED BLADES AND WHITE XYLONITE HANDLES. UOUl 0 .Hi : KOI LEW THA H I OUR PRICE-62 CENTS EACH Tffl APPROACH1N PBSTIVAL SEASON WILL EXTRA DEMANDS ON VOUB TABLE APPOINTMENTS BE PRKPABKD NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! WE CAN Al.SU OI-'FKK A GOOD BANGE IULAR STOCK ITEMS INCLUD DESSERT AND TEA KNIVES ; ; SOI P TEA U*D CO K K IE, SPOONS, CARVING SE1 ETC ETC , I larilu.r HARRISON S B. Irl 2364



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I'M.I IK.Ill SUNDAY ADVOC ATI: -IMIIV 1)1 (I Mill I! .' MRoAWS^ADVOGTCE r. 1 T -i < W<-<> < %  114 %  *>• %  l Btlllilair Sunday, lie inbrr 2. IK.il NINETY VM CENT %  •• niosi important day. •ducal iibjii'i has poUttct] tension. Nothing could be more unfortunate for the island i Indian*, elaim to be ABTI di'simv". to govern citation. Yet edululled education, in tin btin territories. IN donlOftt) i m which sacrifices : the school population I doubtful ten | i cent. Only a ."mall percentage ol tins island's thousands of cUUdnn can hop* lO cam Barbados Scholarships and the School Cerliticato has increasingly becon.< '. for the urssmpl In Uw 'f West Indian ducatton Barl higher than the Leewards <>r Windwards, but this should cause little consolation to those who know the pitifully low standards of those islands. The %  econdary schools of Barbados continue to |n ol ability und to train potentially good Cittxvns of the fuftm. Their miiievrment must not be derided with UM system ? Btlon like so many otlu-r things is becomir. too dependent on political support Those r, ..pnnsibkfor shaping educational policies need to be strong and financially independent if they are going to propose policies which are contrary to the wishes o( the polltlalaajt whose voices %  mot continue its present pale imitation of the English educational system without crave consequences to the island. A new policy must be shaped and the poUtteiai i the advka of the educational authorities, not shape educational policies themselves. They are not people when ttwy speak platitudes and attempt to hamper educational auth : them feel that their jobs me depandanl on being in favour with the polilui. ins The Director of Education must take the lead ui promoting a sound educational policy. He must consult with the Chamber %  [tiployers of labour and learn from them what education i boys and uuls seeking employment Ui Barbadca Tba continued exodus of nearly one thousand boys and From the schools each year with no qualification! or desire to enter the type of employment that is available is a sure way of creating social discontent. Education which makes it impossible for so man) pupils to find employment is a doubtful luxury and one which Barbados cannot afford. True education fits a boy or girl to enter any employment and to lind in that employment opportunity to contribute some ol the results of that eduh Unfortunately In Barbados the word education is tie,l\ used as a synonym for ability tO read and write and obtain a certificate, winch is regarded quite unjustifiably as a i %  job. ; -illusion and feeling of frustration which is the normal experience of those with school certificates is also felt by those who have remained longer at school and gained Higher Certificates, only to discover that a Higher Certificate will not guarspites them more lucrative employment than is found by some who leave school without them. Boys with Higher Certificates find it Seeael to And employment in Barbados than boys withSchool Certificates but they naturally resent the fact that they must start at $40.00 a month in the Government Service when %  smaller number of their Ichool-fellOWS leave school without Higher (Yrtilicate and get $90.00 u month ui commerce. Tne situation is serious and has been %  rious for many yean yet in spite ol its extreme gravity H seems to l>e exacern stlonal policy bi %  i llevedL Instead ol t'omlterniere fulfilling the conununlty's need tot s school with a technical and vocational bias it has become a type ol clearing bouse for boys who go on to Huiiisoci t'o!let:e. The numbers at that SChOO) have long since exceeded what a school ol thai type should contain. And mang years fulfilled the valuable role of bringing West Indian boys together is closing its doors to from other islands while the rising school population SMUTS tor more teachers and more acBducation provided under I lances must be nsei i type ol education for the majority. What can be done ? The lirst move must be made by the i n. He must take the 'hat the present 1 producing edu%  .. | %  cation for leaching is a sense ol At the same tim* a nid efficiency bar must be maintained and a Promotion Board, free from political interference be made responsible sll appointments hould be a I i staffed aduates drawn from all the British Caribbean territories. .Inch an inspectorate nm\ operates In Barbados requin inspectors qualities of heroism which ought not to be demanded of them. The only practical method of coping with the lack of school accommodation is to use the double shift system winch operates successfully in Singapore where the task of educational authorities is far heavier than ban The introduction of basic open air schools for ctAldren from six to eiht would also assist in solving accommodation problems and would contribute to a sound educational poluv if tochers welltrained in infant methods are employed. Fees should he paid at these basic schools. Not all parents can afford school fees hut all who can afford to pay must pay. There ought also to be a direct education tax which would be paid on a "pay as you earn" basis by every employed person. A scale of payment which has already been ed for another British Caribbean territory is W 60 per year on IncoBBI $60.00 a month and $6 lid a yeai on incomes over $60 00 a month T! ere is so much overhauling needed in Barbadian educational policy that editorial space cannot confine all the suggestions which can be made and which ought to be < %  nsidered. The presents In Barbados this week of leading educational authorities within the Bjaj f the British Caribbean gives those responsible for Barbadian education a golden opportunity to exchange ideas and learn from others. Something will have ten H Waved if a rude shock is given to that pernicious Barbadian habit of complacency which points to the siiccessess of our ten per cent, and wilfully Ignores the needs and failures of the neglected ninety per cent. INTERVIEW WITH GEN. FRANCO a* CFIWIC KAI.TFK factory until the question ot and temperament is only evil aM .,i :n. *•* %  Gibraltar n settled, and you can when it savks to spread outside lasts I pei hap* appreciate why if you imits own frontiers and Impose MwLlKlD. afUM SOW l>> Hi USh would feel ilsHf upon other*, to whom it I* In an exclusive message to The if Spanitm ipaUoa "t unsulted. We have no enn tfHaaU* TIM, General francoPortantouUi. lh Russian people but only for in hi* ars, interview jivcn to a 'In the nays at imperttUan ihc ,hc •Sent* of international lo*n-j| i-undent since the benefits to I* pfa I h ^,",_^ m ,„., ,. „_ J..nun—empi.-Msed Uw aquadron in poaawston ol GibralUESTIOr. In that caw what is ....proves Aiitflo-Spuush •" mht apparently (ll ,t.fy .. .< ^'^^.1^ '* MU ^^ relation* were an essential factor cording to UM moral .standards of ^JSnJisv -ni'th.u !" ,o„..—r maintaining world peace. those days, but %  value today He said. '• almost nil and imperialiatic Tor a century and a hall no Ideas. right and wront. have been Knulishman hu suffered harm replaced by principles of internadin-illy or indirectly at Bpaalsb tlonal Justice and '..-operation. Hands. That it has been possible „ to past years so critically difficult l '•<;> '" ,ord UP 01 lr "; „, without our peoples ever having I""""" ***' fift,. people need QUWHON taken up armHialnst eh other understand three thmg. ANSWER That their continued bondage to Communism is a shame and reproach to the whole % %  ivihted world, and a settlement with Russia without Uie liberaUon of the enslaved nations would nnl be a true settlement. lk> reach lull a turd upon the that case, would His Excellency, in the event ot First, the uaeles new of Gibralwar. favour Spanish troops being blessing! r. l SniuJ n r?he £ • -''" - P— SEggg. lo " '" urh i.t hvin, in th. same ,eo^^J^ST^^l Ju -ke of A'SW^S: Such a d lllon could graphical area imposes the need 'Second. da i for i for mutual comprehension. !" i THT^ h : r,^ Third, .he .""• lu dUpow.1 Sp.m „r.xlucd by m unworthy pollU" Ur *'".^J^ Ktmmg • h „ „„ dy *„.„ her ,y m p,u, y v toWUdl Ihcni Ihcy h.ivo > u DO m *nd indignatlnn by housing and \4 HAM. THERE is .i Mytng still prevalent in His Majsety'l Army that if you want people i'> l.eluve something is .i fact keep on saying it until people do believe it. Tins method of eeui llli: nhiectlVCS IMS Ifl leeei | Iwen mcal IdiOUl rei %  puts it. "don't make fun." It's unwfss to make fun of them. .1 their appreciation of the British character and of the courisv and faith with which they %  onfronted the early revet I the war. believe, UftttMf wiih the pSOflle, SI I believed fifteen years ago. that the greatest threat to peace, liberty, gffaj iho and social pregre** the world lies In the M conussiajsoi if EnsBM Vsestra world jisn recognise this fact our common interests would seem t.. demanu closer understanding between u>' ute conversation ranging over every a*p> international and dome-: Hen. Qea e rSl Franco clearly OUtUned his views. Tlic following i> % %  • % %  ruj-ui-tiii questions -ixl .ii.-wers exchanged in front f the famous Empire table in the I'rado Palace, from which the destinies of Spain are to-day controlled. QUESTION: Would His Excellency welcome an invilalion u> Spain to became a member or the United Nations Organisation* ANSWER: A* at present doing <.l M K \l I i; \\< i, feeding a great army of refugee! In addition, Spanish radio Is devoUng Increasing time to trying to maintain morale in occupied countries, which, according to latest reports is a considerable %  acassi QUESTION Would Spain wel come an invitation to become a -innatorv to the Atlantic Pact? ANSWER Oefieral Franco writes 1 "Things are as they are. not as we would wish them to be. The rjjtuda of ome leading members • •> Ba Atlantic Pact assured that It was fatally crippled from birth. Spam did not refuse to co-operate, she was not asked to do so The doctrinaire protests that iccompanlecl any suggestion of Spain's inclusion were so offensive that we can hardly be blamed for feeling cold toward* Its further activities; a sensation which only time could rectify. "This does not Imply that in defence of civilisation Spain might not ir.arch towards the same ends as apparently pursued by the Atl.mlk Pact nations; so that In the day of battle we would And ourselves fighting shoulder-toshoulder against n common enemy.' "It would always be uoeslble to preserve Gibraltar as a free port. and for England to arrange for the The United Nations is '•*** ( shipyards and other inble work on the technis:allaUons. cal side, bUl the One Oatten one"Despite the apparent dirtlculQUESTION: Would His Excelvote system seems to lead to many ties of the problem, sooner or later lency favour the Idea of a Spanish abuses. For example. Utovp with It will have to be solved; and it division serving under General n rat-hand knowledge ot and reeems far better to discuss the matElsenhower as part of the forces ApoiiMbilily for a local problem **•" ""* in a fuendly spirit rather Intended to resist possible Cornarc frequently out-voted oy those than leave it until time and clrmunlst aggression'' ti'in the scene* of the cumstance* force you to do so." ANSWER: The suggestion has problem, ignorant of its simutit/I'ESTION Would His Excellen5SJJJ gHJ made. without power or reey indicate the method by which QUESTION: Arc American cred%  ponsibihty to apply the remedy he intends ultimately to restore the '" comms through in such a way Uwnawlvi Monarchy In Spain" 1 HS %  " %  likely t<> relieve Spain's %E*T^m93FA 1 £ ANSWER S ^'" • -—nrhy. ANSWER: K" St" very slowly. '• %  mini ar ao' y The Counc11 of lh Hea,m not %  W iw *V<**< that America ow thing hut the restoration of an was a land of hustle, but apparapproently they suffer from just XNSWKl. ITophecy unwise. Rclen inrtlllltlo||t ft. No one wants war but the dangei prtM c momcil „ will namp u -' orinee, hut ii Is not the label that i. that HnsMTM makes a miscalcu >• uuatio beyond their eonlrol— M ilitlci dm in I93K. Everyone wants vic[i.iy Without having to pay the pTUM In hlood. and while Russia COUUnuei t" gam all |aS wants wiJiout war. why should she DflhtT However, any apparently ich deiMirtmcntiil led hapS ml but the cotit.'Tits of UM pa %  %  ] I do. r;, it idenl miglit prove MVI'r the 19th century form of monarchy with its multiplicity of profession.' political parties that fed Spain to 'ho brmk of the abyss. ,-md to ti-t . i | i-i-clv similar form of moi,.rrh> in the 20U1 century would be i .at tltion of the dtsash esuaoey has political arolbUo that Angloas It goes on every D never be present regime u until the changes and ir has been Britain, with a %  Dived. Since niitlier the Labour two-party system 001 the Conservative Government national charac? apparently prepared to negoti[ und """ v** 1 '"'-' ate UW return of Gibraltar to hPr _/ %  >'• Sn.'ii, I Spam, what step, would he SUg* v *"<" *et m order to achieve agreement2R^52Li 1 Franco makes h.s firtt SJESTION AIS %  •roposal ever on Gibrala yIltem' tar. He says: ANSWER: The "It Is true Anglo-Spanish relaaccepted by a I lions DUI never be whilly satisright for its uaiti ... Si.am Ilritain. prod 1 insigmti fatal. QUESTION: His E expressed the view spahish relation < %  i.. ques.ioii .if Gibral only programi Is the same as that namely work harde more, to export m more foreign exchange in order to import more Our great difficulty was that we admed years of severe drought and were compelled to spend our repe-na n reserves of foreign ex-,—„ .„ K !" change buying food. Now, with "" /"" abundaiil rains and %  *> tUeO) M >' a-tft ,ri "" f """"' *• %  ••1 '-„ 'I"" '' lea-.s) foi i thS '•.'" %  Hie. ,.T.,I %  -II.....I,,.., B ||n ptan ^ |n ||u 1| ]| ... tii ,_ |n T h a3T^ ,h Immediate future and different -ties, has QUESTION: Is Spanish co-oper>>sl suited to at ion in ant i-Com munlst defence •ystem, howplans dependent upon American Ml which cireconomic and military assistance" ter. and hisANSWER The nation can, and Mntarll) right wlU always, light In defence of Pja. | Ibinga In which It believes, the llu-Miin regardless -M what other nation) do. However, It la obvious that % litieal svstem material conditions influence ition as being capacity to co-operate, even If ular character not the will to do so. Sitting On The Fence By NATHANIEL GUBBINS P ROHARLY you didn't believe it when your Uncle Nat told i Moaaadeg Is a woman disguised its the Persian I'nme Minister. Utrs to prove the point, are from American newsI i Orbj during Mossadegh' viit to nhe United States. "Dr. Mossndeg was a flop on telev.Mon l*ter that eveniiih' he I .--ping In his hospital bed." "Doctors at the hospital esanunod Mossadeg and found htm in pretty good shape" "Mossadeg likes America and was all smiles when he was honour at a Washingtan lunch He has quit weeping "Moaaadeg has ignored the MM I i turn home." "MoaaadcK'' observations in Washington were so obscure that officials had no Idea what he WSJ. talking about." "When asked if the door for negotiations wiUi the British l .pen. Mossadeg said he 1 .VII ihe door This is an obvious case of a til wim has run away from an unhappy home, where she was buUlfd by nasty men, and has refused to return. She thought she was going to be a star on American television, was a flop, and went home to cry, Ba m.iny I r-irl would do tlei ane nobody took much her. she pretended to itil. hut when they made a oj her in Washington she nil* As the poor little thing knows n..thing about oil, and probably cares less, ,he tried to bluff it OUt with some meaningless rehepUIS %  kind-hearted official would say 'Don't worry your pretty head about it any gar, What about lunch. huh?" But. as her head i not very ..body said it i* her next move* She stalls for ti ie with dumb blonde answers. "Is the door still open?" "Door? What eve: do you mean. I ain't seen no do >r." I hope they will treat her klndlv enen aha gets hor^e. She is a problem girl who needs a lot of patience and und standing. Re-Write Man I N a little book "New Nurserv Rhymes for Old". Geoffrey Hall han taken t e terror and cruelty out of I d>y's literature by changing Tin Blind Mice into Three Kind Mice, giving Mother llubbard dog a bone nd keepiu* pu.. .Kit of the rail with a saueir of milk. Has it occurred to Mr. Hall. ''.it if il la his in.ention to purge rigisuit sin from future generatarns, his Job of re-writing has on]* just begun? When the pumied tots have ^rown too old to appreciate Mr. Hall's present woik. he will have io be prcltv smnrt In tackling he Wild Westerns before the* eight-year-old pet at them. Dead Eye Dkk. the curlyhaired Knglinh cowboy, must lave his dialogue changed when, at last, he traps liad man Pete in Red Gulch. Hands atxne your head, Pete, ihere's a good chip. I have you ... M-t So pou'd ihoef ne douit like a dautp? I never shoot dogs because it'.cruel and silly. Yeah? What's more. I couldn't shoot ^ou. either. These are only uater pi I Water ptslolt* Heck. Well mine ain'r wai


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i vc.i n N SlNflA^ wmx Ml SI \I>U HMIMItKK I--.I ONE WHEEL LANDING MN. N I when ih* %  \ I en TJOS%  Bttrtfaf :ifter t'k< la. Pmaengeis vrh" %  IVM to the skil. f "he •II s -, said aa lelo.iscd the wheel Of *h aircraft (or the landing he -he left wheel %  down. He uii forced i.j make .-. l.mdlng i^n one wheel. I -tit ,-,.„ -•"*!! on one lr-K-1 i %  % %  it t-* -kid kin* .1 skid II rkgrao. nuts at the alri trie .scone but :.i> natrJ far II into action. Employees fiom the ether operatlni airlines rushed %  i>-.1'iiirt-n in flU'in1 UH| came off the Bircnfl thev did not %  iney bear rkmr suit ui (i qulry mto %  %  4 Members Of B.G. Legislature Strongly Oppose Federation From Our Own Correspondent GEORGETOWN, Nov. 30 A RECORD crowd <>f .spectators heard four members •]> oppose fedi-ralion with Ihe West Indies as thi> (aturc continued Ihe debate nn Nicholmn's ninlion to-day. Opening the Httat-k Lionel Luckhoo asked members to promtii caution and declared that the protagonists ol Kesotuuen at th* next party meet federation must prove the benefits which wrnild accrue "beyond any reasonable doubt." IM'.P. Wekoom Japan Hon.. %  t> ^*" i ii i a m t| uEom;croWN Nev . than 1,000 members ->i the Peoples Progressive Parr/, headeu by ;i steel band welcomed Hon Dr. Cheddi Jagan. Party President nn his return Wednesday from a vialt to U.K. and behind the iron curtain. Jagan told oi workers in Eastern (jetin.div wnrldnsj with a Bsalls *hiic in Sea land workers had ahtmn clearlj 'hr. were oppreawd by plo>cr*. He proposed movfeBSj Luckhoo said the magnitude of %  thaui ac c eptl n i |OM not hesitate OM is afraid or because OsM IS vulTeriiig from a complex but if *• arc to enter into any %  ip ii iMceset an ine whether there srsa good faith or confidence in each other. Cuba Investigating Use Of Paper From Bagaase i.i i"n (M "i liiw Flu" %  'arm. NFW DAWN, got, fur Whour* %  ionrindiftg Intrram. h^ or green <..iet*i1hpl.iie<.1 ntttngv 1 Inch .tml "ith full luminous AKo avaiiaMe i % %  "AV£ I AHM S.1VH1 B.W.I. Ciirnur* Notes i or \ittigna P li.UN'S Whfii .; Thursday morning passansjera rnurnuH • when Ike i of potlre or A. A. M. Iful i came to look up their pn Hksj urn A. inounted and %  Jjluaxstty towards (l.e I toms and KmiKraiion*' but no arrows potnUng -ne way or the other to to the bull t i i,,, | • %  I i Oflfttl I tul >II lit.' prc.cn i ..I Ii,.Pi i %  %  cere thrown Z" !" ,h *\ £* the islands which he (aid could be Waller Scott, an authority in the ; %  .„ Appeal Judges accommodated In the northwest field. Mr Scott's treatise The In" r "' A vauahan nd Mr. j ..nd still have a few hundustrlal Utilisation of Sugar Cane *'' ,| i^n" and they allowed the* dred square miles remaining By-Products", prepared for the decision to remain in loree. vacant. Carlbeban Commission, is Intert'ordeau was fined for causlnu' Roth declared he did not want nationally known and consulted. to bi ruled '•> '"'b thumping In the course of hl< Investlgaranterx" who had Hgured so proHo". Mr. Guerra has visited Peru %  •-ill years in the Argentina and Bran I where he I en he ;idded B.G. inspected the site of a bagasse never was and never (onld be a *>***/ P lanl ' be put in operation hi r.nbuaan. ai Monte Allegre. Sao Pa Our Destiny hp P |an ' * to c n "d" m. S/nif/t/Jlakmd STOP THAT COUGH Sun taknis: VBW1 CUt'UI MUIt'BK at once, ind sec how quKkly yimr cotigh will iop 'rrus world famous cough remedy soothes away hoarsenet* and sorencssi cases ^-"-^*l hrcatbiog, and prate — a chest and lung* B*ederauon ne \*ui was a good %  hing for the Weal uuUei, hut n would be impertinent to suggest h had its own destiny vas part of it. Though he opposed IBfcs miitmn he did not think the kkW >hould be slammed forever to the Federation idea. Daniel Dehidin described Three "Argosy" Crew Leave his car M-1319 to wait upon n parking place. Trafalgar Bl on the norlhern ndi of the Fountain Garden. The offence was committed nn September 8. ( When the ease came ilo. Later hearing l>efnre the Pol i irate. Cordeau did not appear • i ither. besides re-olvms that the de( islon should remain in force, the | fudges ordered Cordeau to pay I H appeal costs YEBJtS COUGH MIXTURE Pimples andJad Skin Fought in 24 Hours iPran Our Own Cnrr-p.i(u|pnl %  PORT-OF-SPAIN Three members of the crew of (deration with the Weat the Amay of which Captain Dud T ":,V y **". ln,[ ol f. r Osbome is the chief, left Trinidad birth right for • mess of potage ,( irilU gh the instrumentalitv of the rbera .ere seviral reason, why ,. n(IO(1 s ,„, ' %  %  !" "- .rcipt FederaT lev h.d beTT, .tr ksn ChuTl of ih.-se was that bv rhKlSalWln* o, a subsuintial ptirtion ol ,. „,'„ „.„" to be 12 SESft-^i timed nvei lo Hi. Kedeial Oovon lb.I'.-: ,r %  re ileveloplng and in Diisoquence her trade would develop. The Wesl Indies had done itOUUng for B.G. he said, and furthermore, he saw no reason %  should leilerate when n .G was not in the Caribbean rumentallty i Consul General PROPERTY WILL BE APPRAISED In the Court of Chancery yeserdoy. the Hon. The Vice ChanPDor, Sn Allan tolly more granted PuSXUf —tr: tw SMH tfw,dl*ee*Tr of NI .•4*-m br iaf?- %  stranded in TrimIhi appUeaMon Im a d*a September when I'ie appraisemenl and sal. aiTcwte.l for I'Ttlns of land and dWilUriihotl < %  inuKglliig guns and ammunilioii 'tiled "tsme*" at Bath Village watei. im.' .if the m.-' %  hrlel reh, III Ihi -m >f Cllf %  %  ha intend to write u' -' M wmte rerani i lamrwe i! ,,„. I -'yne i % %  the Argaay in St. 1 (OMUMI -i.d (tiaAtulink Skla MasllHl rawt mliiBr alii UII )vu i'il l-rr. si li.it %  mfh M r.m r rau lsa. nvin. BinaU ih •ntniis* uwUasn TOU bavs btn i w" !" 11 *! *un, atscaa—ai. liilw i a>*ains io mfon look mor< %  llrxlln, to htrlo I .. T Ihlni At it atoapra tlft uid ? in, am da t All UN "l %  *H. .. 1^ r ^ kl H %  %  'V T. —•"• %  • %  .. ,.JOfc %  (raff bta IBHa BliBint 1" %  I'a'dr' ! %  i. I* HI suplr II H i< irsui rspMllr late %  < •* iiiwvfnrlace tSMi .ii ll ii.f.f.or and cans* r*" to it*. ._ .. ,. M m satSa CMII ;• %  ( fain ttiia im cl.r.i\ hMltl fi Jin* *•., ana S-i.'l l.t a bad alia I w Sir N K ... tKjpl thlna yau sn duaaat i l.i.rl* It. I.I.... .... A N-w Di.,.v..y BT\iSR?ffir-' S N,.**fm la an otnlsaarat, but Slffer-i 1 H'hiT.f In ID minutt. .... „.„. .„.,. saagaSaggmiap* UiM|lems. ........ i. Building Down ^argeant appear) %  r the Ll.iiiititl Clifton ^ Ttie Keglstiar M.p.-f i Lea L.oi.i. .it— mm ihe i rawrtv v*aa lui.d. % %  (a rv.iro.ptvirivnt I Certain RequiremenK Sliiictises ltf>rt,r(f Hat On Floor %  n. | a, ..uii .. itgn i gratlnn Oi %  i Iplanes %  M open II. %  I Ine flooi %  Ii ibh %  Ike people < % %  tin*. urnker of pripeat, and In increasing numbers, tandtng •>' i ij havlrif i" i isdliuj t-ix thus causing ; revenue to Antigua. sr JOHN'H A lending contractor told me t< •'ling day that building and repairs WATER SHORTAGE AT BATHSHEBA principle, housvs has decree Bh ould keep on with the West Indies Thequesnrm ground and keep out of It. 'i.m .>.. uhethri .is li.nl heeti pointed out In the budget speech. The debate was udj-urned to 'he cost of joining would not Wednesday, December a. .:iis ii anp ssflan —i ,i**i. iii aai nmi issseia. •biolutrtv notlilnr unjovi aoaipiMa -In I ha ... it c&ara iaor asm to >iafti" I ^ralrt UNrtr•>"• '" \" lim rmiruiug hat MUadH-M I*. (ctontBInllr rvw> iraAtna—Rmxt al*a *i th Kln ol tkln MKiKWd %m aslrt Ft,i. troaMc*. it >.iti tnai *iu m.i* tun adaiirtd wn*rm ?<,* lalt'l than i -*i, in to. ol tati ull uaifw< i b-i. i ,m. %  (• nr-1 y^..t main) Ul U tanindta la SSf >S *a*aiUnf m a l-* aunau-i, lu I tin N.iaSa,*, n .. ib.u.tJi.i.n. NaarSsg aii4 taSar "raa %  -• %  ••m S'^ti^ta rao. Ufa Kelcl n.\*ui.H.ii is 2 nail 3 Coll im ii mis A in i its Small PEXIII s ll l ll l'l %  s l II s Am /. %  in .in, a ROBERTS' STATIONERY. No. 9 HIGH STREET — DIAL 3301 Never forget/ Its best to but| IRlatighum •" MA0I IN ttl (',...•. /ENS from S100 to SI.32. fctlAUPOINTS $1.08 (Ref.lls 36) • WONOE, WHtttS N7 All the best features are found in the Hercules cms e> aOXSLSlZEO snri ?p,iiit8 RUST j cHKoxi nimw 1 ids 1 IfSUIIIUtfHWI -. Hercules r, n N s u i %  MniNTAnra T G6DO GRANT LTD.. BRIDGETOWN ,Vll ion ios i I.I \ i ity in-he*d fngtr-lt (*' Mp I* iM C-si). il D Ii p .n Zsphyr Sot) S.per ,:rong. silttrtM.ir.iii All Uet Welded Integral Bod> COMt gfkks. Centra tK.ng seMlssj .. rsstfjl, rtlaimt Cell ipreag lndee.id*i.i f'or.i VAHMI lessanahs*) ebtsVat iasblesr>f shock ibtareert tSSBftMi Mtlon. tmooth.ttopp.nl Myd'i lie Braktt. Ct THE *FI\ E-ST.VK ZCfHVR SX AN0 COfaSUL Charles McEnearney & Co.. Ltd. OfHCf 4493 PARIS DIPt 4473 WORKSHOP 4203 NIGHT 4125 NO ONE CAN HOLD A CANDLE TO THE GIRL WITH THE A. K. HAIR-DO SliiV trim she's neat She's perfectly i-'iilTt'iii-i'il. sinImowi .-ill about A.K.. the perfed dresefaig baT iiiinily tveeeee. why nol ivy A. K. PntUsde 3 OUnell llu> < liri-lnias. Thr tlifferenoe it ma k


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SUNDAY I1KIMBRR 2. 1(31 SUNDAY ADVOCATE PACE ELEVEN FASHIONED IN LONDON: By DOROTHY BARKLEY NIGHT AND IN HEMLINES feu UJNDON. planning to mala* or %  ... fa II intriKlucifl I >n every . tha on eoDai Won. nsjtr than and shi i %  u*ual t-vri hvs (io;n %  uid. %  think; i crowded ballroom, U.m '"• W> torian-lnfplrad InbUnad. ava%  %  i UM tubula %  eUngbig, 'inMiir drama, whici %  von mannaqulna Bound i difficult to Colour <>f tin %  %  doUghu yellow*. A: Kvays. lace O\I*IluUf. frequent 1 I %  effect. typ* uf dress thi* aoeaol is on the waist llne; accent for evening dressc. PTOrldad by the cummer h mid vrlukOUl which no dress is either oaunatata or fail mule, .in eiLtcmbla In smote t had a cummerbund vl < rushed atrawbeiry pink. An.. %  | \ huh replaces last season's stole. Have one in ill as your draas, %  Ihraa-taKfa M und. Now for .i contrast. The akuflength for day wear Is definitely longer than last season; make it I r*M from the ground. Xha silhouette f.>r tails II. sleek and slimming"; Un %  <: <• tin* o|i]xiMte riiuniuM Uras, narrow waist, and full skirts. To emphasise the fuK1 | skirts. than typo of patttooat. it ha* i M hip yoke of tnffeta above n %  i By far the most exciting new: Tobacco Duty. V* \ir ATVH-O Hospital Fees Rained In KG. GEOROBTOW N. B.O. .Nov. i. llon'bie Walter Frasvr acting Iflnosteial R i rreasurcr ; gudati> e Council %  is of SI 99.7 US but which tut ll.i: i iuty Incraaaad ma $i M t.> S2.tm i n'.ii. %  In propoBed to I Foot by 20 i %  i.ders wm pay $1.50 per year licence. Ij on Diamonds pad precj cuts to M i i:y will sand up cigarettes by ptr pack'.'., 'rasers nuilEct-snecch also '; 11 hint thai < %  %  • %  very seriously hath* in Its DOW matt* it. Uso rmIndustry shouiJ [ not make some direct contribution I revenue as wa X M 'WV\ PORT-OV-8PAIM %  i ii Trialtl.iil ..MI t'aru(-iis through Uv: laitao will rommanoa o Saturday, with ona .f thalr man* luxurious Martin 202 aircraft. This Is done with tho purpose of affording botwaan Vanaauala and Trinidad %  > mora eonvamV i ulo of arrival and dapartura. I'he pure sdk prtnta, tuss i and faalliai waiajii m %  prove popular D DJUrtai nil COUbanlnsj tWO or motv' %  I < %  moat popular %  \ %  and veiiow printed silk — again It "summer | .,. tha fu'.l skirt. uml MnstiirH IH per yard I \ll.l SILK —In Taniterine. SiainRo\al, Chineve-l.acquer. Br.iv> n and Black $1.5 per yard NEW BORDERED SPINS —Beauli.'ul Designs on White Background. special SI.5C yard HJU RANGE OF CREPES. SILKS, HUM M\IS in Assorted Colours (rom L0 "P Sprrial lor Girls K Boys ALL LEATHER SHOES in White. Brown, and Red V ESTS in all sires Mc up P WTIKS in all si/es 12c up HATS in: Crinolines. I.eiihornv Frltii and Straws beautiful si vies Cheap Prices. BRASSIERES from Sl.no Up. al TIIK BARGAIN HOUSK 30 Swan Street DIAL 2702 — S. AI.TM.W—Proprietor. ,\;IF Caasfl Ummmt SaiaaaW, Uingrr tailing, fl "illrn > in.' i)ri> ( yltx iri.iWr. thai harmomia uilh 'uui funteractin8 Jq dtsappaaj m M UHK. PHENSIC tablets J-I qukkl| and saicl*. Thcv neither harm the heart nor upta the tassjaob. Keep a ^^^ m ^ m supply of PHBNSIC ut'leis hj |M always. ensic TWO T1BLETS HHII.a QUICI RELIEF 11 0M RHEUMATIC PalNS. 1UMB1G0. NERVE PalNS, HE101CHES, NFURtlGll. DIFlUENZt, COLDS A CHILI S J STOMACH PAINS 0h msfffsr CA*fi/£f l/OAf Bicycles may look alike hut only one make has tbc Lion mark! That IN the R|B of 1*1 III I ll'S —Ihe sign of strength and line workmanship. Everything in the Phillips Bicycle — hum us sturdy frame to its smart chromium plating and gleaming enamel — is made to last you longer and serve you better. DUE TO INDIGESTION % %  luffcr tiosi MAi II PAINS In. %  ln>tif<..>n IIJ vw\t I I V. UK v.l> •MM ii rimitm rap 14MM IT I|UKU itbmd i lm loci'lilivall* ItaUnxtU tutmuU On* JKM ill pKivr n> vakw SMUnSth I'atni, ibura.l taiulro.*. AsiJiiy IcliscH J. A. PHILLIPS • CO. LTD.. BIRMINGHAH. ENGLAK Our customers are asked to note that our BROAD STREET BRANCH-(Central Emporium) and our SHIP CHANDLERY and SUGAR FACTORIES SUPPLY DEPARTMENT together with the GENERAL OFFICE at Pierhead, will be closed on WEDNESDAY & THURSDAY next the 5th and 6th instant at 12 noon. CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD. MACLEAN %  RAND Stomach Powder X, jf


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r.vr.F. TWELVE SIMIW \1)\ IK-ATE si MIAV. DECEMBER I. 1*51 ^USUAL THE MOON AND R. KINSIIII MUAILAl //*/_? Iil\ I I Ik *l I THE Persians wilt (-11 DUt with of course, with the return of ution unlU H WII tune f: Mr. Eden over his statenunil ma the imperialist Churchill to power catch the next rocket home. 1 know the economic life of Persia is disn w „ inevitable. Nunetheft—. I that Saturn is encircled by nnp: •' %  was a little surprised to rtsi la also that these are uot. as was once A report from Teheran rewi.ily the A4*WHt. bar *fter believed (but not by met. m-de of %  aid: "Busuwu as WU the Conservatives had taken ottre, molid rubber, f know that the nBut ths w i s a catch: busincu M the menaclnc headline *'BrrMsh (jre surface of Venus is perm.in.-nti*ual l* Persia u not quite whet Claim The Moon". jobecured by thick clou I it •..UIKK and this should be unFor sheer"P*Mcity. ou mut dn noI „„ .„ thm w(ln u^ Tor naaplt al any luomeal !"">> lalands. Ouau-roale clalma Q. „ ^^ Mtm t new TSS; !" P.I,I, win a. Brmjh.; IW .-la !" „£„£ %  *UT££ 2S i.uSom. .1„i„i—. *JrZ Mr. Burroughs has taught M the further that the grass ior sward, orklng on : j Greece claims Cypru.v 18.000.000 svheme Br A 1 "'" c,ata thm I" 00 junc-nt capitil What is more, sbe cliiirr ell .-., eaaJiji '" call it) I* IVil. to >upply theu %  > %  >> %  •> %  %  _ -iih iu nm piped w.Mr aupply %  %  "" %  „,. p „ wlth lor a couple ol thousand years. "The British Inlertibnelary So„.,„ \7^_. (What (ulendw Wter. the (nil SeotUsh en,,,.,, .,, ,n. ouor t. ,^KI S „ ^J !" "SS nineerlng consultants re.pon.lblo members with passports' lot In",V;' '"J,"! ,"n", arVVaci lor the seheme had completed loo ,„,„,„ i„ V el. the 40-page "'"" '"-"£'';' •?*£X '" ~ pUni. It was auoaaUd to tho documents Include space for visas "''" %  "^J** *"^"V", ity fatten that a modern sewage to land at all planau of the solar V"""',*"? ""J ^f7£7 ^ system wont naturally with a system and at any British lerriJ* ,uW " • "> a"" !" * %  .pply. Some millions tones that might be annexed In I arrive without my apace paaiport. nds would be saved if the Iho heavens'." Tte Society's black; others again white, srttl two jobs wenl on simultaneousleaders added that tho passports bald heads which they cover with ly. %  would peeve useful to anyone golden wigs. I know, moreover, A member of Parliament got travelling Into apace. thai the local name for the planet up in the Majlis (lower house) Now. 1 am no! om to quarrel u Baraocaa* n ow. presumably, to ond exposed this dastardly Bu, . „_ „ be changed to Ihe Barsoom rVo-iii.' to sell the unruspcelwith those who know belter than teetoraae. Inv foreiimer two Ma of IIIIIM III Ihe UJlluh lmiTplanetary TteT "t tool hVSid *"""> which, the newspaper On Ihe moon I an, dually veil lm no emil but wvoo.^.n " %  1"l>> •>> Ite naInformed, thanlc thi s lime ... Mr. ,o? Ihat rhl^nT. set SS I """ > Icadin, sclenli.U" teU. me Wells. 1 know thai 11 is I uled by a ETmad^rST.n^ol ""•' • &f "••• b ol< """ hlu character called the Grand Luna, i.l prove useful to me on a _,,„, „„, ui JJ^,, „, „ 1L Moo,,— stifle. KM A fee Jupiter no fewer than eight, .. any of Ihcse would doubtless ^rve !" v *"'' .'i"""*' 1 very well „< an interplanetary !" vn; that Ihe flora include an Ellis Island; yet all Ihe same. If al inloxlcatlng fungus, and thai Hie the last aaomant I found myself metal In most common use is told. LIFE in Teheran is going on 01 | 4C ^ wit* the choice of taking my ,„. ,^_ usual for my old lucid Ja.k paaaporl or. aay. Its aouivalenl Til. last tact--l bej youi oar-,-. who had UM h....iUtm,.s weight in chocolate or an extra f on? Oh. yea. decidedly—Ihese and bum svalen fium In. eai'Hi," cig.i.el.cs. I know which 1 ln t '", '•<*• 'utnish the only Me expacls to gel should choose. reasons 1 can na why the British Uien ck I fat, ..I ivurl-. In any case, since the heavenly should with to claim the moon. Williams know re u> be annexed and lieSo much fold would go lar 10 A tilth? while back, he liinl !..% .ome Brlllsh colonies lor perhaps, easo Ihe balance of p-iymesvel pal' home cleared of everything he In defereace to progressive lion, ami ao intoxh-aliiig mushr.K.in isoaaessed, by burglars, t'.irpets. Ihoughl. admlnlalared by Britain would be certainly welcome to clothing, silver, and bnssware, as United Nations trusl terrllorexplorers from a land whole is ln-collecled tor his wedding nexl *s). the nel_tor^passport la not ky is eight dollars Ihe bottle, hul Lunar Convisa, tte doeuanl is likely to be about as much ..ii-ii. i ibal it... Is;, HI. iitc or. fur ..ulw. ighed by the load of trouble sshlch }Sy^x^^\; !" !" >^Xi I'll. ,M' apring. all went. entirely clear. There >in no (l r tno ,.,.„, But he did not worry. It **arUan Embassy may tost oa a huodroU quid ••; """^ ..-* T ." n > '.' so. but ril gel M tbe stuiT. i iK-Hiiir. tbraa I u ,, moon, sslien Ihe lice/ii..: %  I" I "•"", '', H'Penll'1 „,, brouM tte peak ,,, 1 Know a good de.il absiul .-.iiidill „ m „, K „„„„. rAUt *. of BM police offfcad I know. He'll llx il.""* • ^^"^^1!, !" !,,'n l, "ntplcx colour queaUon on Mars Tlie pullcaraan luru.^1 KB ...I '"""H" 5* "" J*t 'STEll ,h. Thlnk "' ""^ "'" " %  ""**' Thluk r """^^EFtgrtJIS* ^ ^^f^SSr-J^.S^ S! • •"'"""" ah-'l.."lT I-" .i intB about the iobbcr> fouldn't; tile .-uliceiuan waa ITCHING INFLAMED SKIN lUUBiini 11 s-hitig—<• %  * 4 hj |rmvi amV. UM skin. tyrtOilj **irti>ri into ji-ta-mpiaapka led opttt ton* unlns cixckcd TatMMBedt of tkm •uHtrcii ksvc prn HI. in i.-^ufi JHM ODD PreKiipuoa. TbM fsnwui U4.LWJ Iwslrr AMI pn-inu lbs lateafed •lun Mini, tnis k in* f*nmn >erm ntj I1W1 out ibr iofTCiKin Itawtf tnrn of ikjo ItouhW 11 (i>ii.( >iu p-ln snd diwitw ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. BOILS. ERUPTIONS. vm-.KI.V HE-Vf. MAI AKIA SORES or EINGWOKM IUM s few spfliouoas ef wtjodcrful D 1> D riniiapinis wil ii'%  ebrf I'trmtw*. lod DM s-oJ wakl •nil b* tasssagl ODD. PiMctipuw obtaintvtvhl In-encrrelMM. DMHtaasjg. The Naow ^(jf^f^ F.IArm.ltoii.Li.i I.dB*(OWr VOTRK VERMOUTH <\^ i oVanHeusen II IllMlll' Sk-tU, all pixKlO.ll 0< %  >>aea.eli 'r. l^,l.ie^rir^^i a i> M v^ts|l.) taWH BaHalaaVja. a^ ^T However it may be. I shall i 5tufT back? Yuu wouldWt-.l. w MnDn •^T*.' come round to my place this a*a mni; 1111.I have a diuik with lng Thol's Per; ,.I UlS'.I! bassneas as Miual .".' leading ""T""'''!'} scratch with constitutional rator """ '.LT "T H?%*ZL m .. i„r' onrt demand* for klf-OovarnhWil. Wells an. Mr. Ldgat Rue BurN w| -Wl ln „ ,„.„|,i, ,„ reuglo, Whal 1 know does not at„„,^ (frcc „„, ,„ „,„ baU tract nw . ... k _, hl Martiansand Irade unions In tbe I know, for instance, thai the hmir f o\d-wintt and w.llan effect of gravity on Jupiter, due110 rr Organliatlnn for ala "?7** l "'," 0 "" rfj," Development „„d V/ollar.in UM ^^irTSSUVriawS** %  hole of my vtaH in the prone lof Communist agents (without space iKiHiporlsl. Think <>f ill Ihi 1 lo UM United IfatiOM The Tallurr A : KHKRA.N univc dent .ipproBched his Mid "If I square the examiner not to notice who nits in my -.eat will you Like the oxainltmtioti for me?" failed the again—no the student The tutor agreed. He had LO. is now MI, rig him for breach of Think of all the new buokl by .f count, otherwise be wou.il contract. T>r. Bit:. Hiiulen -nul the q... nevi-r have got his few for the The Persians don't nee anything >n the House by Mr Sorcnsen mid term's tuition. funny in this. It Is whal titty unMr. Fenner Broekway. When the pass lists went up derslund by "buninese as usual." Mmt, pleaae, Mr. rhunhiU, It WU seen ttuit the tutor hd —L.K.8. .hurt dun tin nu-m DR M ORSES PILLS IRUStIO RWIDT ton OVII 50 KARV I COMSTOCK S WORM IIII.ITS J ..i-ki.n' I ,1 I 1... 1 %  Cheaper but SV7ce or may be how about some Czechoslovakian Costume jewellery LOUIS L. BAYLEY JEWELLERS OF BULTO.N I. \\l. and BAIUIADUS A(|l ATIC CLUB AS/ NOW QJ / available ^^^* / in a large ^t* / assortment at D 'V / IMPERIAL / OPTICAL CO. / Loner Brond Street 4WS / AIMI available. All Types of / SCN Sll \I)IS, ..ml OPTICALLY / COKRLCT MNC.LASSKS uM FOR HOT-HOT DAYS \! AvlY USE COOL-COOl TALC W -t USE COOL-COOL TALC SoUtimg fresh art fragrant, keeps you dainty and com lorfable. adorned In the fragrance men love. (JUHCK&U.&0UO4<^?~ TALCUM % o 1> % o aV *y FLOOR POLISHING SERVICE We are underlakinu il.. Cleaning. Sealing. Woina and Elerlriral Poliaking of Floors wilh JOHNSONS WAX PRODUCTS I..I your Floors prepared for Christinas For full details apply-.— K. J. HAMEL-SMITH&f...Ui| DIAL 4748 \\ Backacha, Rheumatic Pain Relieved %  odd .obs round the boutc cast be s pleuurt sgam when you arc free from i~ack*cbe, rlWMMttc paaw. sosf, %dtmt nu^in *tW VOIDU. Ium-tS^J, beco or orxomoo urinary troublci due to impuhocs |/*J m the blood. |lf WhvmKgethappvrclKfbyuhiii:lVuii'slU^k4<.lMr ^-il Kidney PlOs. They help da. Udneys to rid the blood I of excess urta scid eod other impuntio which otberwfke niight collecfl in the system and cause distress. HAW A CENTURY e/ a hdSatnmmem u rAa pni*£ rm rtiuUng talmmit dm rd of /X-m'l Wu. Grateful of ail ogai iu and rtammund IJUI tffititni Jiwtt miuapfte %  • ikmw MmUi and mmgM o un. As* yeat D.Ur* BdVlla^ivcKkincyPitU^P Lovely ... Delightfu XMAS GIFTS at BOOKER'S Lift* tor Hmr 1-AD1ES DRESSING TAULE SKI'S YANUlaBaY'S I.IKT CASKS . GABON'S NUIT DE NOKL I'ERKl'ME PLEUi: r & M airs BETS .. 4711 KM' 1)E COIatX'iNE . INDIES COMPACTS DKLAVELLE VlKINti SHIP PERFUME . tx etr. Gifto tor Hint Shave Sets —bj YARDl I by POTTER , MOORE KENT'S SHAVING RRUSHKS HA1II BRUSHES . FONOPADS . COMOY PIPES RONSON LIGHTERS . CHROMIUM CIGARETTE .ASKS MUSICAL CIGARETTE BOXtt. Lifts tor th. 1'hiltlmt LOVELY PAINT SETS . XMAS TREE OhX/OKATlONS . WATER PISTOLS . We shall soon be rluplairlo ntir fine eeh-clion of: MECHANICAL MKl'Al TOYS . POP GUNS NOISE MAKEHS, ete, etc For i/our creriy requlremenl:—Shop at ni>< BOOKER'S (B'dos) DRUG STOIIS LID. ua<).\ STSECT aad HAHTIMIS lAll-Ill I II VKM M 1



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SUNDAY m ( 1 MllER ?. 1K1 SUNBAT Anvoc \TI I'Af.l I II IK 1 1 I S HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKi.Y MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY %  JOU I 'NTO .*"' CBN "V %  HACMM \ v. .S' -JLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG X s THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER rx$N WHTCMCS • K*DS STOCK CUT" e ores' TUSBS'9 C/iE**CETd -TXI.T &OK' GCMEO Tie >0J CQOO-CS UP WIT %  A ZC7£H QOBKCES' JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBING BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS P KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMONf THE PHANTOM BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES A REMINDER! BUY PEEK FREAN BISCUITS TO-DAY DECORATED XMAS TINS JUST ARRIVED IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only MM I I 11. Ol I I IIS lire m.. n.iil.ilili ul our li;i...!..% Ti-i-iUiil<-. S|>.-iijlilst.. n mill N...m Slri'i'l Uraullv NK* Unally Now Bottles Guinness Stout (pts.) 33 :iO Tins Evap. Milk 29 27 Tins Breakfast Rolls 48 I I Tins Brook's Pears 82 72 Bottles Creme de Menthe 425 :I7.% Currants (per lb.) 46 12 P. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street MANCE n HEAVY-DUTY IIAI IIKIIS <4.l All AMI I l| Types for all Trucks and Cars ELECTRIC SALES A SERVICE LTR. I >x< llsl.l. Iloilll. Ml. >lill.l I I'IIOM Hi-.'-* i:i7i. I //-^v.wv,',,',w/,WAW,'.',',',',','.',.,','.. > v.'.'/ .'.',;::'.' .'.'.'.'.•.'.•/.'.•.•-•.•.•.wv.'.'.'-'.',w-v.'.*.v.'.'.','.'-'.'.'.'.'.'.'.*.'.*-' THE STANDARD VANGUARD /aamrih AND TRIUMPH MAYFLOWER The Best Value, in Iheir respective Classes Today CASH PRICES "VANGUARDS" $300000 MAYFLOWERS' S24O00O TERMS On application I ived another shipment of these popular models in the following at 1 IGreen, Black, Blue and Grey. A REAL BARGAIN Two (2) new Vanguard Pick ups at the special low price of S2623.00 each (painted). We shall be pleased to welcome you at our show rooms Pinfold Street and make arrangements for demonstrations to interested parties. i'i,...,, u.ii CHELSEA 4.AIIAI. I |l<.0| % %  %  • i'i..i..i.( s>.



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I \..l I ill K I I I \ SINDAY VDVIK ATI si Sli l\ III ( I Mill R 2. If.l CLASSIFIED ADS. A VM>I M KMK ELECTI ON NO TICES TELEPHONE 2501. Fee Botha, riuivp i OK SALE Oblige <• UOI lo#n PUKll-f ot wo 3 la 10 nd • r*nl> ( word lc . Illtwal word Tern.. IMI Phone 1 Mi II %  Or"%  I .... %  lift HI PB* Tt.aan*. St I TITZ THOMAS THANKS f.RMMI LI Ihrmi* I lo .ill llmec kl win. attended tM f" path. Mother and W*i*dn^ (ilHMdlf Orrto B—rom 'Di'lhuiG taw>. f A %  i n i HABB-M. I %  %  p>m t>iar*b. tn ...i lhn.e who tee.t wraelM. rerd., leltcr. or m %  bar IT. r u I H AMI II iim.r A CANT WKIOHS1 fW Jew* Blver Su... tiaa* en writing *1 ii in* itsi ciop MUM Falrfl-ed PfeMMl Appi> M leilrr I to Oie Manage, N.. Interview. Apt>l Mont teeelved ..p to DercmMr lh. I ii|(iM %  MANAfJEB For Harbadoa Di.t.lirr Ltd.. with bnowladg. • Hum. -alary BMS %  I u.. Inter only In the flret d.*" Ill IM Snebwek HUM, nn MISCFU.ANKOIJS \Mlv.ll JKWI 14 III' %  y ,. lt L -ii — i i..-in .1. atari .i n II it' Or. per doim I'll.II II t HUM Bl Wllll.-B > ,.. in Meg ..ml Cede, mil: ably Dining T.-t.l.IKU, and Cliaii. Ai.pl) IUI Lawn IU> Str.-el 1 DMOHi 1' .'TO BCY STAMPS WANTED STAMPS All Kind" of STAMTS a I UKCARIBBEAN STAMP SOCIETY No. 10. Swu Street .\l TOMOIIVE i UcEt.e. A" H i ..i I Mr*, .nd lyre, aw la* r r i !*.-" %  walerar |....ii...u> .1. ka. I H. KlHih JHI • *T** nUan t^tlfaf clans*A| l.iautad Aon* Mil A.li* %  edit*". o R>do. I J %  % % % %  %  %  %  I' %  % %  JBI1.V 3' ... ii. g ii. ir .! %  n E. J7 11 .H In ,.,. I M IM IN II MHKIS I \H I III I | i >i Hip.rr< I '.I i %  %  M • ,.: ,n-i mmm pMW %  lit-.. MMI P.n-h may .. • t tth dav of .'an SHIPPING NOTICES i. MM NOTK'F -I from IM I" 4-' ol Deeeen1 11 Ii I XtM t M T-.l'^ LTD M %(.ii.:.. : %  >.. %  .-A.-, %  ii mm* -—... %  -— ROYAL NF..HLRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. JIIIM. innvi IDMH piar. h Ihr h*in of : ORAHNVM I OHM D. Ihr land Artpisilion Art. 194f HMMH !• %  •• • IMMM %  M4>MI lor "-'Ml* pur*-—• %  cli iif Ian* "<••,.(i Iraa allnalr al I'. Dtatiu %  •>! %  I'aiiwi %  -* !• V-ili Ii r IM ,. .-.I. I bltUHl %  UM4 %  r H' ^ AI UJtH 'WIVDSORi IM7 M Wat Invi wllh %  _.. nur Tituitnuaawn MIlMga S3.*M and %  KAJAJfT THUCK-IU*.'! I and paltilxl aa>i>i Ba'l '.V. rl.. %  %  ... ,"'l I BLBCTSICAL %  <>1 Wh MMIT Of %  {•land Of Bart-do. b< i.-.mi..„ of U.. Tor UTiiaaU— x l.o-ii •ui..nm> L...>da oi Brtartck .. . iii-i n..,.*.iad mm IM plan l)>aa*ol dalad ( II. IM lu <•' ad I9M % %  bolt. H€mi S ma I*I %  tf.pn.-.iii da> oi i Mi .i (. fa • %  How*' l i "i rwrftadoaALaHULD BAVAGC tiovrniut iitn i I IM < VIIO.VAI. I.I I TtrawircT. 1 il ii '" %  !•" OI M (•> notK* lhal -Pl-.iTitMl lha Vnlry Koam al t lha plar. wh-ta all nrd (,, t,4al %  M for In* ..id Partati ma, t ItM. l-1-.f..i th* i . %  T | a Vaatr) lui |I >ai.r IM1 A T KING. ParutMal Traaauror. si j.%  ,,. %  l-.ll-ll Mi -I II H. r IIDUOIV (lv ...HID all prnona PAaUMI OF 0T. AKBUW i la voI ai ihr rl-alMm al 1 HUWOMY fl !" nallra lhal V*>lr)akrn lot In*. Pari.h. lhal I !•-•• i .ipoioiiilrd lha VHII> H-om nni I pax ia*ad IM Parian Room. Si--.nt.la. AlmUiou*. aa lha M r lvrr. all I-IM I'.WI.H Chun-h aa u* placa % % *•• all paiiiUM dult qualllrd lo vMa al any %  laitHMi of Vnlrvman laa lha aatd Parian may aaaaanbla on Moaawr, uw Tlh >• I0M. (-.'-—„ Ihr houra ol W nn II o'clock in \hr .n^nm* I., ri..v IKa arlh rra.r. 1KI. p MI HBOh ION a ca> tiD A-*M. Ih* yrar COT U r> T.I IM row a n lol Tn mnum m Lucr. LISUM | riuaN o* T rrmir I MEHEBV gt\r nnlicr lhal I havr >p%  a—c i.hoi naaa lh> Par lilt Chunh. aa ilia plara whm paiiM'innan af Hat i ami olhar p* iw -i> at aay Btaviwn a( Vt-mnmi lar IM u. i i-ji'ii .i\ aiaaiiriaaa an Monda> Hh da* uf Januai IMI b-laaan tn. IM ... M IB and II p U. rl a VaWrv fur lh* Paai**! ol HI PI.IIIB id P a W -rOTT. Parochial Traaaunrr. Philip I II* %  %  aa lha planwhara all u ,h |_r. %  .. n>av i..rrt on Monda. lha tlh da* l2. hatwaan lha houra ol 10 and II o'rlnrk In lha moinn.M la V.alry (or ihc P.i.-h ol -11 IVirr I I COMM %  wart I 12 M J.I !• auaiiftrd ia vala al anv alaillon ol Vaalnrrvan (ar lha aald Par-h n-.J". %  iimala an Monday, tha tin d .....n. i*M. i-i... ...i II alloc* m IM momma i Va.m foe IM P-ruh o( l AnoVc-i mi f A p.... : i tot., duly quail nttloi M Monday, ina 71 I Mtwrrn Ihr ho %  I ..I TABU LAMPS li-ii'. ,!r,, '"', II* V H1I.-.I lad quanUU of la... < .I Ih*;. fiaaarra ]uat arrivad. rail *ar ii 1T11 I'hour Ull or JOUtl-an rUaPHIOBHATOn i %  HI flanuna; h*frlan..i..i In aai*af4 %  |-;..nl u lloi,. Nv lli.il.lma. Phom BTD %  rt0 -I II SI Ifti %  OH paaMaaM .../ [WO yaara H II lanMj-a at ai kl Mln. aoM lu |*t n ere Ai4l K M KUHTf .ma 4011 or Man JO UllJr ruBNinmi MALVERN ACADEMY EDCMVII Appraod -Hk UM I af Bdarallaa "i mdaj I An i tiau -HI o. hdM I4ih nacamnwr al 1* am P..1 . .... |i|. L-l-.l %  •landard in all ..,l>ic l. lairianca pnj 11 a* lllll In PI III.H SALKS' REAL I.M-ATK inn ii.': M hl'Nt;AU>W: Noway biUH aWndaio* • ftrlgtitnn Road. P.'ack H.-h. nB > liom brach. containing 1 badro H-i". and dmlnd rvoma. varan Ik. kilrhm and Hivanla n guiair, aclf-i on lamed of modern Qci Uia: 4UI at JUI M • M HOUSES %  I M ,^J M p %  IIIi I %  Wl Arr.. fharla ll l ra %  iah uprldhu fat* aa H.i-1 .'.,...' II Ht """ii pi-ari'Rt; < MAIMS .U••iiuati. %  %  -.! to .. In ..mcaa 1. iK. -i.. k %  T U.ddaa Ph..i .**M IO-DAYS NEWS HASH ;.aa* lOMH' IMI~ JUIT .uuiitra> Our Tpji aia O.r laU Kov-41 and Popular Ulcraluir u. IV...II.I.II llnvdinl WllNHOSS STATION. Ka BOd IIAKUUAKE REALTORS IIMIIIH REAL ESTATE AGENTS FOR SALE I M. Mlin I and uMh fa Plaatat Handlrc A.ra ol I Dinlnd Ri.ix. Tollcl aatd Ba1h. KIlcMn ai^ apaala... Vaiandah. •arvanU" l'-m J n d <1.I..KI Standing on appro.imalaly lO.OtW •+ (I of land. < tai.i MOM tn MhAtevi V la anrd. allualad ai Nut llardana. Ch Ch caanfMUiita J ll.aHn-ana ith hu.llIn Cupboaid. H.aH> A Dlnin Haem. Toi.rl ft Rath. Kiuhati and Una Varandah. *ilh Uaraaa. %  ItOUiU Rooira. & driv.i'i T-.L.I and alalh aiandul 'I M %  Wma houar. rlockl.^ 0|| Couriw -nd nan. %  MaMi B %  aaa. Cemiiruln* J Brdroonia 1 wllh built-in Cui.l>..nrti III.IH.NK and Dinina Room. Kitchen, Toilel and Ralh. Vriaid. Roam and (i.i-ri Tailal and Bat'. I willl enough rVOaB In duplicate above door Si-i-n%  •JOB W| (| ...id Ihnlng Room I lOVIIT MUM HIV-IMII SHualrd at C I vary large %  edrooma > •im •I A Ralh. and >,„UlBalh. m,,,,^ ,. .. , Rawn. viih i4j...i,iK Toikl and %  appro* Bi aq :. \l mi;I IMI till in i iti i--*Tiii M Tlionr 4MM %  UMMI NJ i I rdwai Filing 'akm-la. rookferap Rail T Oeddoa M II 81 4n %  He. U 1MB. aatlae 1 Mai .. CkgUad U> on aa tM >in "" %  l' "•. an.l ta>atharall nanMM r. Phone *•! S II SI Ii %  .Tiiv UPfaOAIUMI la. a l wilb Ibrea -djuataMa aMhraa, a %  LIVESTOCK MaafMr •red. W... Mlf"Cr:i.l,ANI-:OUS is iinitv laraa floa si I • „ .. BOX 11 MiMXATE :i II || Ralph Baanl I l^al. '"r AnHquc "I r UU Of every de-nnli. ... CMrod, old Jrwala. Ana Silvi .atarcolDurB Early b>4u. Map.. Aiti -pha at* .uqua *IK dining Rojal VOCM 3 10 11-1 f. i t M Qpn LO r-.inh Rrard. I. i-.lg. Matreaa J II and J %  Hun. l" J II 1 1 %  1 -u am t %  pi II B ru |H 11 IM Cial I —1. frwi, H > %  I II 91 % %  %  .. CIBM -• %  %  v" (i> I i. %  •" %  •an v. u ii Barrel.. aaaa, a-k-i Phanr I Will 2 II 1 ii v v ai '" %  %  ...' PanMMtnyi pfen, %  %  ,. Il>e %  OMII M VI sorviviiis < I KIOS ANTIQUES. JEWELS. CARVINGS I'MIOtllllllKIES. Elr. Til A MS Tr. Km. Hpy. It :: IHal I4M BrHriariHm. iirlill-el Fi UMirl.K.M Ogaj i MM i m %  1151 in riiisiiMi TM p.il.lkr are haaah* ..rn-l again.! %  III In m > wii. klAJION IBdBJ lATROt m I iM N Hold in.-elf %  •ap..nalbk> lar Mr nr anemic gdga h-ld huMtf paaaaa.i.dkla lot aaraaie alaa geantraBBnl any daM m daW. h\ it by a written o.dee *kgn-.i M EDWARD v. nuAiri %  II2M ft TM public arc Mreby warned again.l %  '"Him .1*. KJSUJdANi aa I do not hold %  nwil raapfui.il>la i... in i HT tl-AIH lAIHKE. Glaba Land, SI Oeorge 1 II 11 In %  Oil SALE KIK> II M Li. SlfXTAI. iilTTH til I PlrXF. TIN KOABTniB To ua-l.il .,.-, l|Iff* • I aiB9 and II>," m„| .| lit .(blainIIAIIIIMKN !• HAltltwAHE I Hi! l; >., TimNAIM*liitanMthanal K l %  %  "" ' foai Tion n .. asdooo R. aaici. llMka. Tahaj*....r airap II n I fill lor rfciM i. n ii.i MOB C..p. Coll. Ti.. ,.i..,; • %  ...... %  la* TV f Eapraaa. IUu.uA-IV.iU Mehanlcal T..va. P kjMII 1 •i lar.Otall.4U. Hallo.*. A GRAND CONCERT D P dr-Abri Youra e Villue.' So Rnoatlng. ."Ii "nnlaei | I'dunU i-H llli.fling' At JAMEB An Allra.t,wNew Baa. I Radroorr. Concrele ll.i.aalow. PMaa, llrrakfaM Hi i.nlng C.de. IltOB IT BT JAMBB InaUr. q H Omni at M c*> per aq fl Al 1 '. Acre. Clmng for CS.MI AT lUHITHIM. -*! in oOI Main Rd Very Meat RlMi>l-Wav 1 (.. C1MB AT BELLS dtono Bum Bunaalo-. I.. im Haclririly. >. Ani;..in. Lot. I-IKI-M OF kl I.II1K11I: IIKI.I.HY %  !•• nollca to %  .fied lo vou al I of Veatrymen foe Una Pariah. ppnintad Ina Bl Ceotge'a Vctry Room aa tM place what* all auch paraona ma! meet on MonaU%. IM Ith Bay of January IBM. battraoti tha houra M .flock In tha nmnilng tn eleel a Vr" M tha Paruh of Bt. Oaorga lo. tn..: am II JOHNSON. PaRKhlal Tre-.ur.r. -' ... % %  .. I ii 11 a -//////// TM M V 'Monaajmill am Cargo and A niai.t M.-IT. M-Hi and AM. Kill. Di%  to M nuliMd. The M V B r.iia.. and J'nmiam |..i i t of depaiture lo nutiAad. R W I .. ... -. MMMn Ttl*. Canadian National Steamships au l l ii in. l Mi TRVCTOH" "-AUY NELBON Ball* KaRl.a 13 Solatia •a-tea I 1 Nov* I.M.Y i LADY NELBON" ArM.et tun. .a... a D-c Ul R| (nlll Dec Jan GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD. -Agent.. PAKlaH Ol -I rRONAI i MitimiY gtvo notk IMI I ha •pp....tad the S.-M...I llouaa ne-i I Pariah Church aa iM place wMra pc nm in duly quallBad lo vota al a. election of Vaatrvmen foe U na. aaaamble on Mndn.. the 7th d F F Plla.UlM ANNOUNCEMENT We have been advised by ih. < iHiwnpm Allolmpnt Commitlev Out Ihe U %  WAIWKE!A' Mjrbados direct. The M, "WA1WERA" it du> n JBOBB-y 1952. They h.ive rurlhdr ddvued (hat. In order to anis! Trade development betw.-badoB and New Zealand, and to reiiar. HM n fi igwratiu.t storage poaitlon in Trinidnd th.u '. FIIA.MUwhich is due to ull from New Zealand on February Mh. INBj will call at Barbados provided lurTtcient cargo is i KOBFRT TIIOM. ITI) -Afrna. BLl'E STAR LINE. DA COSTA a CO.. IVIDe-a \eenU: MONTREAL. At STRALUOt, NEW ZEALAND LINE LTD. SHAH SAVILLE 4UMN CO.. LTD. NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO. LTD. REAL ESTATE JOHN M. BL4DOS (• CO. A r .. r v A. FOR SALE Eledatl o( Ihr 1'arish l (hrisl ilrnnti QREETINQS.' 1 Partly AT ledioom Bungalow iNoi Old a all Modern Convenience., VMw of Bra. Id-al Localloii. \ Doina im t-'nd.r fia ...d "High Ootnd Under £>MO-. a-"lorry Stone Built Budneaa Pratalatt A Bt Ckah ....ra. abo> IJdo aq ft uang Under CBOO Rv NAV %  %  in n ibout I3.0D0 aq It Crai Thl. Inr Under JCl.lOn IN TVtKMI W. A laiig.flmw H..il( Taro-B ... It ConUi ...t Anything in Real Eatalc BrBd V..I1Call al -OtK. lunigli II I II SIIn in HI Ml IDS ite lintel il3 BBB, apply WBI t n.' \ Ltd. Puithi FoffartT tB'doa i 1 laiisi—t v g Glands Restored to Youthful Vigour In 24 Hours Scientist Explains How New Discovery Makes Men Feel Years Younger %  ilh I" .mi %  ill! and Mavy aabnetoa roof TMre la a buae L-aliapad livln|| room. 1 dy" 1 ; 1 I i ... %  aolar healing mal.illallon. garaga and I M rUmbojanl ti.-o and IM ,., .. t % %  %  . ...1 leu In a %  .-..%  i HI BMI %  ii i.i..... OfBce. Eiiquirir. %  lltchen and pantry. %  ddl BBrast %  P.'.r \ n ...I .. ,:... I \sn si \rt ko, kit V uoi.r CLUB i %  aU. ad indentl..! wcUon. adjolninc north aide ^1 Oolf Counw. modarate prhe Foe delalla ae.. JOHN M. BI-ADON A CA> lti-n 40*0 B.B.BI—t.fJl AlCTION I NDKK TIIF. SII.VKR IIAM.MKR i iwnt.laalon B ( M'< M HanacMll wa ' Ba-vtao. fcngle Hall -toad t' Dining Table. C.udaa A. ; lafaOtl Vanlahing Cort l-il %  % %  Waggon. Upr-fl %  nil In Mahod. Eleclnc Filling I'll << i.,- Gk-. c<; I i bikri High Chair Uenla' Compo . %  l'-.|.ir...l. P-inlad and r— a— Pa ; ataauaaaaa of "TM TMao >' Ik(I II .i.i and A Mail.,4 ."M .1Mma. F Mom., r Thai Undo a-d MM. load ille Small V i..,. T iMaa, i .in.i n.. II. i -| lUncMe. — i ram %  --> %  a.id .Nhrr Baka II aa Tr. URANKEK. TROTMAN A net inner ra iiomiti TMM LIM1TK1I PLANTATIONS BI'lLDINti KI.MK BROAD STREET Paaaenirr Kalea AfrnU lor; Trana-CanafU Airline. B.O.A-C .o,:i B.VYLA Alcoa StramMiip Compint I il,plii..i. No: 4466 || TF.N IL. vine lawn nwn 1 iu..lod on TnuradAy 22nd ultimo aa a candidate to serve In lha -,• %  Assembly. 1 take this opportunity 01 .inking you to attend the polls on KWlion Day, the UU. "f !>' eembcr, ajad gmm. MM >.l ftHM voles. i i %  .* %  dt .... .1 (igour, en. .ound In Ina %  nit in >our body, panUukuly lo toa a.1 (I.I dTBg Bl Mfgaj %  r / .1. i %  •• r tin. i*T| M ihia dociot u MM fa. i t.iai be Mi pellected a roa>binaiiun of Mrba and neiiline, n.lo %  inpl. -i,4 *a-U>-Uk* Uhlet Tofca, J Uataa m ar-i e'at, w'taSe. yrl B -in.ii' I apeed m ..'.!.( dif-ctly upon II,. gl.nd. Ma-d. ..id bad* • !thfn 34 lu.r. Thla gi'.l diaraearT %  • O ...ol. baana I.. %  I meal aad can be need .-.leli, by any one to brine, n*a laaNB. nflgaar. and vitality, and enable you tu eolof tM n .1 plaali.rra af Ille Don't B* a Weak Man *^*Veak"ai'eaaari TLi %  ii.li' _.. lam TU an eniin.i.1 phiai.t.i. In a !. .in,, you all Bad tMl ,a-r • %  •our la r ti.d Na inallo aiat yanr age, >ou ai.' Iind mat yaur gland act.ally .i.d artii... ii-reaaa Yea will And ynalhtul phinVal P"a. in I UK db-a.-ry. HRATHWA1TE LLOYD BERESFOltD X l.vmhs tn ondarv School Pllday Tlh Orc.aal. %  Ca idtdnle* mutt brinf Iheir R %  the HeadtearMr 0| U .. %  tended TM nan. | | Inl carulldalaa kill be publia in IM Advaeale ..I Sunday t OuardlBBa of proapec III" pvipila are Baked lo ai.bmll their naniaa lo the Headmaiter : Entrance Fee: II M. • Miii roruyfs. %  %  "" 7.' aaaaeU n H [ ,...n the paitiripalf ii Ian ,. %  I i ..ii lift kllh great; to.lloa ana e.loyntent thane.r befvte. Doctor Proisei Vi-Tobs V.-Tab. Ma been %  . %  %  %  lie aartd For Inatinre. Dr. Jamn mi. HII. -..Ulr-knoan arlentut and ph>nU.i, revnitli aialed WMn gland pan*. i,Hi -i. •• Im HI) tJ tT. F. Ban lanclaaaa. Many m eiaauj are af IM •flnlon IMI IM true nreral rigour and rii.iny lie* in i Rated on my yean af caper.-. and Tiiart.ee. Ii u mt opiiihai th.i IIM raedKal lormula known a' V.-Tab* reprr aaaaa Ibr moat atodarn and B. ... i.al irr.tmenl of itiiaiilatn.g ann li.elgaorauaa) IM gUnda aadlbaa iei.ua U r.atafe jaiithltil >igo U r aad rualiiy to IM Feel Reaulta In 1 Day Berauae Vl.Tabt Bra ar i-mitVillf rani. pounded la a. i dira.-Ut upon IM |lap4a and Ih.inaiaourau IM 4aad ... t n anlataU thr body, it.ere la ne looff wading d.r re...lu Uml uarn report .1. 1,1,1 lahtng Hapeoieineni aitiiin Bt .'.uti and that i,,-y feel ir, vara vaunaer enhi.i .ma neei Theteaulu have been arcoea. pluMd now aiir Una m iMvtaada of •neea. anntt of .liuli had Motoal turn up hape af evel Ming alrong, mil, and 1 Ujonroaa again. Raiulla OuOFantBBcl ontilandlng haa been IM aaeeaag of nothing ui.ieM ifia eny la f-raej ... on vioaat. 'ill ci II %  n.-fv SU Illy, ami Vl-Tabs a Guaranteed nJZZTZU, •liangii. able lo enMy the pleaiurea of aa you Old ah yon aere la yeajr prime, or yi uaiWy tetum ine faRpli and IM fall purrbaae prp-e "HI be lalun -.1 .ic.i.i.t fagap) .„ ... ., % %  -, n ram 1 auOvi anotMr day flam ti.-i 1 ut< do-n. old-bclnrejoui time dcbllllaled "i Vi-Tob. % %  To Restore MALI \ ..I to gille*. TM r-nind garaajee. MTVBIII'I quarlera with %  1. ,..,!, CM r l.i.l C. t "i*re huV a coaling b.eoaal 1 rred \rrandah wllh mtUanb eaa>a.rda. a Utrga Mlhroon.. diawlruf loom. 1 I..' wnlar mate I led. badenorna il K.II. .... 1 '.. 1 MM 1 I MB* • patnlry and modern hilahoa %  aaaa oi U.HI %  • laid auppiv. abto n.inhater and light. %  n and gaud MfNDOl ii' . lalely ea< .odrlied with Brawl innaiit owner. Ttio houaa I..M I wide r<> rooen. anparate dining ronrn. 3 ooe-1 bed room, mlin aah baaiii. kilcM.i. lanndr<. aert'anlt' quarlera anal garage Ornimdo are wllh proahirllv•.rcbaed. Bawer aud vedatablo gardendrive*-) and inige pack. Ing apace fee cara Wmdovei ridge. r. ..".I 11 tM %  ninandt paMfetl I K\M II. H -I .1 PBaBB iilnglv atl"> -ted neopartkra of ihi. nature Ml •M Hand The hnii"cwnlaina I wtm BWjMaajBM %  -.'.. 1 "i ...I. %  -"I walaei. rpncloiia lo.ngra. dmlnd room, large coeblill bar wllh r, wide .hady galle.%  and the en-tiili<. lal I .1 • ill. UUl ivpoal propert' TMre la ealenattafj a long icoconut grove, garden, planted with Bowe.tr.. ahrtibt and aMde Iraea. aba fci.wing land. Thd could hardly bo % %  ailed and IM Mihinf la caret lent Further Information may %  BM -. .. Mill i.i 1. s HOI StBl Jama* ill! ol .Ion* With pine fl. 3 reception, a bediuonya. verandah. etc. alao g.i.ig. and mual .nilMMBM p : 1 '. flag -1 indu a 1 nwpi n 1 xre* of cl| timbered land .inahoganvi ..ppntacMd t>\ a land driveway fUnkeo pla.it.-d Manodantreea TM out. -Undlng .ma.111,.1 ,.l ll..lder .la In* n-rlovrl, 'it,nilich haa %  vatrd and coo all aldre. OoaM 1. leu than a njle 1 i in* OS -1 \ Sear "r (iilh furn. Mbaa aaa-BMa ujalaw rlghl 0.1 a aand] iMHK-tl cacelletil )>..inii.g la %  la a Wtdi' bedrooma, 13 with large 1 louitaa %  4 .. %  quarter*. ||" KTB1 11.'I II", fit. John aton* built with >' 1 3 alorey properly. %  ANOTHER REMARKABLE THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS i-Cij|'||MBui^LW *W*The Qman. ihown hart, n 7.000 egga a day. OWMI Into **rorkara' lor doiiroyinf lift ru ANNUAL NEW YEARS DAY SINGING CONTEST Teat ; llrrr v. r brti U N> Water' CMtra which bavfj not ;• I .. iM,t ,. : .; \ %  .mediately 004 U 119 Knlries CUNM \[X -15 at 4 BJfl I I BUOB nifl. I 1 print a progr.ci %  % \ %  those attend 1 r:a the contest Book New Tear mo-iiinr vtith the VtlMdTc ( haan REAL ESTATE ATlaWI'MSV! AITUNIMN 1 ,im still prepared to give you a laOvU I jnd let us uo through my list tugethii I have something to Bttlt M If you are inter%  f A SCOTT. I.IS V-'e*>W*.'.*. '.-,-. t .NEWS I I ASH! Auidriit Toothpaste Conitlition E1R9T PRIZE I 5B.M BaWOND PRIZE sly00 THIRD PRIZE S 5.00 In 35 words or less just inish this sentence:— 'I prefer Ammidcnt TOOTHPASIE Bet-use .... i.d BMMI 111 your entry with 1 flattened AMMIDEN T toothpaste box to K. R llunlv A (. .. Lid. You Ml at id 11. bet o| iMiirit-* 1-1.t must be accompanied by an AMM1DENT toothpasM box. Entries will bo judged on I Its to deaenbo tbo emcelUnl qualities of AM* M1DFNT Tidh|Mute. Th* ndng entries and W publishad In the local newspapem. LJ to /.XO0 >S/ daaalop rgkitm u it ^^iJiy.aM-re • UNlVaJUAL — Oip or broth lo 1 positive pro*c w bole. Full deUllg on ggapl sfSM %  BM ,,... %  aBording fine %  ^ -" 1 aa* rM| PM a. tor. aad aar.ae 1 water are laM an. The land li 1 S a era* and there are abo.il loll.-.,r. aaked. ft rnwaaive prnpartr. itptcai jf (, v the ideal home for aaeneona who wanta apacloua loomi and quiet co-inlry aurrvwndinp. Tha Bt Jam*, rex el wmch often pond l.athiaa la only roue iway and diataswo (rent Town 11 g mile. Offer, lavltad. . t. A COM%  i %  BBrnes roo MIJ. RIAL ESTATE AOKNTR AUCTIONEERS aavj SCRVETOaU PLANTATK1N-; lit II.DINU PMSf tilt



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SUNDAY, DRCFMBIR 2. 19M SUNDAY \l>VO( 111 Churvh Svrvivt 1IT I AL'L .t..at I T 11 mm Liiany Italy ( 1 %  H a—* WHW IS* Din tlao'.-— 1 P"< il'v'vii BBC. Radio Pro.r.mn,., HARBOUR LOG %  tcnio : Sarvirr •"rear!.., Mr W M.nd*. t p I • S-rvH-a. Praarhar: Mr FULNtiK—t I %  m Uormns Ben it*. Pirarhrr Mr O eVanr,.. 7 i %  n Praaehar Mr O R Lawn MONTOOMIRV T r<^*if u> u. -.d. ftrrVlM. PiN'tur Mr F r. DUKSCOMK -II am Horning ****** "MTIwr Mr C C Lew'* 1 p m BVr-im* S%  VMrS -IB1H J I IV.uHo.. t | Bat • llrl *... *..w I'AYMS BAY-f> 0 Mr W ft. l! : T n in Mr J Layna 'Wini'llAlI. SM am Mr f. Harp* I I p ir Hr\ H McCullouari. H...\ Com. IINlO H t to—] is a m I m %  < Intrriud*. siar. Srh i \ tltll* MM, nl-lIN HARVEST FlfnVAL OIIVV'M II am Holima Maotlrta:. j i,jn. Profrarnr-.* iitan by Vng"| People. T pm Altar IHMT* canduciad by Major V C L-ndartilllDlv*Ue*ul Cm nt W Hirx;rrowN rrNTRAi^n an. Holirwaa Martina:. 3 gm. Com M riv Martini. T pn Salvation U*Mln| P-rifh-i Ma.or Srr.it Ii WELLINGTON STHEIT—II i %  • • PM FOl'R ROADS—(| am Holinaat MaalIns. I p.m. Company Martini. 7 m. Salvation afaattnf. Praartiar LWulananl I-ONO BAY—II am. Holinoaa asaotIn*. 3 pr, Company Marttng. 1 pi". MeoUna,. praarnar: Ltajlonant % %  i PDC CORNm—II a.m H^.naaa Martin*. 1 |>m Company Martins. 7 p.m. Mrrtms PTMcbar: Si Malar II--IH ..." DIAMOND CUKNKH II in Kolinaaa Martina. 3 pm Company Umin| 1 p m. Salvation Martina: Prrairtar captain K * i MI m ii Minuter K*v E A OMaSS. ~l M\*\ I HI II I ADVKNT SUNDAY : 30 a in Ualini a 00 a IB Low M... •no %  m Buna; Mam. and ftarraori 130 p m Sunday School 4 00 p m Ctiildrann '•.pn. *I5 p in Baartiinu. I M pm Solemn fvmvini and Barman %  W NFXT. ADVENT It > am. L Mia BOO am Trie Lord BJiahnc, will adminlil*< t* Sacramanl t.l Cnflrmalion ST IMMAMXT* Mvaart Ttnffii a a.m. Holy Commurlor. tarn Choral I % % %  %  !. % %  II .IV lUplKiti. II .m M-1.ILA Harmon. 3 i Se.vi.-r. 1 pm. Ev*Tu-.n A 5r U1LL MEMOKIAI u,r u ik>..ah. Holy Co HOLaTOWN-SSD a m MI D Ran Mi F D Roach RANK HAIL BSB am Re. R Ma M % %  fVVKntTSTOWNll a m. Mi a ) %  ••Mlla. 1 pm Pan r Ij'imct. Moll' OajBBaaaV I KflLAN-il am Krv r Lawiamca. %  AIOR, T pm PM. BETHESDA-t-JO am Rav F Law1'irt, Holv Communlnn: 1 pm PM BBTrtEI. II am A ^ pm Rr\• Cr.-bv. Holv Communion ai aach Sarvica. n\!Kliril ii am Mr C. MrAlliaaat 7 p m Hr% MA. Z Tlioma.. Holv Caan"aaflSlONT-ll m Rrt'. M. A. I. TY...rsii. Holy Communion. T pm Mr J cianat. EOUTH DlsmiCT-a a m Rav B Croaby. rloly Communion; J p m Mr I BlarKman PROVIDENCE-11 am Mr. B Jramr. 7 pm Mr J. Orlmth VAl'XHALLII am Mr C JO*HM; 7 pm Mr A B CuTmBN M tr.aTAMI\*T < HI B(H OF OOf> HIVri; KI1AI) II am Sarvin. 4 pm Sunday School: 7 pm Harvirimtl 1 l< Summar. Minlrtar In Char|. HANK IIAIJ. II a m. S-rvi, 4 pm ml. 7 p.ni Rrrvicr : Rav. : %  I-i M Sunday Be nuol IC H WalMa*. MlnUln li"AH II -ii ll' Uniirtl NalKtna i' m Bundar Half Hour. I p poaar of UM> Waa* s it am LaManatV Ch naa. %  p m Btm Ortiman. Ill.m ta You. %  • pa J-rojram.no What a lMo.n(. : 7 IP p m K Carttawan Va>". 1 i >i • !-* %  I %  u.rma n Ban Mai> C*nl E *..•! Arh : 'I : IV-H M at. U B m. Tha tfe.aan-1 Hall Uchi WcrataM, %  it p an RadM Nowaraal aa Blllaiii Saav K a. t p a WBtX II w Ki*x IT t ai MONDAY ii...-. la ajoaa M AnalyM. Sch Routine M BM> Mm F XlltU* Srhoanar Anna H II i"M n %  Uarii. from Brilitn Oman. Sehoaar Ttmoint A H VMM :i laaw nrt Cap. tialt. fro-. Qmmaa iiir.niM' Srhoonar Tsintt Do** a i Cap) Ollvlaira It S. Ii.-.i,c. II. .1) i • It '. Wat. Nw St % >naaa. top taau n B B Bunvallrt. 4 •ok. for Truudaal I C.pl Seatvell n Sim! OF REAL DELIGHT!! XMAS THEF I>rcORATIONS. YARD1.EYS (MIT SETS-ror Uoir k Gcnu mNa IN PARIS r.irr SETS K. ..i.'ifui Ran ,,f POWDER COMP.V ;... Confrtu, Abiento!. Tu-r..l. J'epar-.i* LEOALIO.V PERllMES — GADENIAD H. P. HARRIS & CO. I-I.III .!,.. %  Ntw Bulldlnt — Loft BrMd Slrn! DIAL 4045 PAGE FlfT KEN i %  %  %  — a a n HiglH-rProfilsJ 71951 Satisfactory opera t ions during the past year are reflected m lh generdt atalement published today by The Canadian Bank of Commerce, which contains the balance sheet and profit and loss statement for the fiscal year endIIR October 31. Net profit* at $4,023,145 were slightly higher than for the previous year .iftei I $3,005.00(1. nv..'I|1,000.000 more than 1850. In Oo> ernment or Canada taxes and $1,350,194 (Or i'i"'i'i'ii OB Bank Premises. Ii %  i i : to shareholders totalled $3,000,000. and $1,023,145 was earned forward to the profit and loss account. The balance In this account now stands at $5.743.4.15. Cash amounting to $167 million represented 10.04 per cnt. of total liabilities to the public. The corresponding ratio %  > was 9.53 per cent. Quick assets WIT.' $1,001* million and comprised cash, cheque* and bank balances totalling $291 million, and securities and call loans $718 million. The v art •>• %  Ml tl liahihtiM to the I iublic .imoutititu: to |1.6M mtllon. Current loans ami discounts in ed $3 million. from $494 million at the end ol October 1950 t $587 million in it n SBl iited today. Total deposits amounted to $1,815 million. i>epo-iu by the Government of Canada ana provincial Kovcrnments were $0(1 inilliiiti as compared with $78 million last yoar, a reduction of about $10 million. Government of Canada and provincial government securities In the Bink\ portfolio totalled $5$$ million aa aaialnat $07$ million last year. Call and short loans were $32 million this year compared with $30 million last) year. V* . %  HITS Vll.l.Ai.E 11 am. M-niro; pm Sunday School. 7 sat Bmvtm Ibr* {-• A Nm. M.iN.ler in Charaa. SION HILLII am Sarvic Ptaacha* Rev C A Nunr; 7 IS p m ScrvW* Th Pailor in I'harare MPTtJI Tb* at Jaataa HaUaaal Sapual 7 p.m Cvanaona A Sarmon; PraacTtar' Ha J B Cianl. I.lli A.n.ilHtBBB voulha duiina tha *>rt. mnduclad tar Wa Her. L. Biuca-Clartr. and Hr. Oata Browna -< II M I OIHtST. BctcnUal Up par Hat asraat n and 1 pm m A Sarviea which lnInllmoiilaa ti( Chnrtlan • HaMUM SUNDAY. DB CKMBg il I. 1MI Sab|rr< af l*aa...a 1 .i: ANCIENT AND MODERN NECROMANCY. rtJUSH AND HYPMirissi USBIQUiaCBa I..I4'Teal Provafba 14 t) Do Uvay davnw rtll* but marcy and •hall ba lo Una that dcvlac SDod i.H.-n-t CRallani. ar* lariated aa Th. Blblr And which at natit and uaht ol lhe lrd that ll ma* l* -.11 with tr*r Daut t IB .,!-.e and Health wllh Key la Iha liatJladll. *7 M % %  "*"Pivuic Mind tifhtldemandi man • in. and alirnlln m Th Nawi. 4 11 p m Tha Daily l. 4 It p.FA. BBC raarlhcr-i patn 1 p m Camstarr of tha *>. • m Muaic rrom tha Tk>*aira. t p m ind the %  Sport 7 pm Tha Naw J > Newi Analyau. Ill pa IrU •*ta* i" aasoand TaaL B.vi** I rach'i Cnclwl at Uorua Lilar U.ai rini. mm p.m. *, %  •* wii.ri v ^-,i, camp-aar rt lha Wat*, B p aa Ftom I Third Pi B iamma. Id p.m. The Nru >. %  10 p m Prom lha rillarUU. 10 t> BV kVlanca Hc.. l r atftTB OF z:\ai\ycE WATERFRONT CLASHES LIKELY IN GRENADA nTatai o.r own < .rre.aaat.au to take up handling ships and GRENADA. Nov. 30 C. W.U swears batt'c if triers is Waterfront clakhe. are likcU If I MMta H c\ n.iualily wharf workers under the Grenada Frank Walcott. Barbados and Union banner strike as I.CS.T.U. unionist is arriving toGairy's M.M.W.U. has threatened morrow ft* talks with G.W.U. Demand DralU at 1 Suthl Dialt. 04 I 10% CaWa C-irw—> Oil" Coupon. n; 7 10 jisr ##-;. IBP A WONDERFUL SELECTION OF ALL TYPES OF TOYS I'npi a risil In . HARHWARF. SU PPUES PHONE -:4918 Rickett St. ^ EXHIBITION SPECIALS AT THANI'S DRESS GOODS fv.ry lil.it Fibcic in CREPtS, GtORGETTE, 1ERSEYS. SATINS, EMBD. ANGIAISE Elc Elc. SPUNS LACES, HATS HATS in wide Vri*ty ShiM-s. Undrrwe.". Ill Paatlaii slip* NlBadaK also Nylons. lUndbaKs, JEWELLERY ,.*., H.K. MU. a.. waataa nan amdl rs L|NE$ Nrtklacrs, BriHtch.s. .. _.. GtNTLEMEH! WEc.rfyih.b199.il hnrrinns. Cold Jowell.ry ,^,, vanaly in SHIRTS lor all occnoni SHOES. Pow 1 WOOLLENS. SOCKS.TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS BELTS, HATS Elc. Elc Perfumes. Lot ders, Elc. Still outstanding lor its Quality TAYLOR'S 4B Slocked by loading S*M J W Polio. 4 CD, Lid Agenlt -;m. I I I I I I The Canadian Bank of Commerce III All Ol I II I Mil STATEMENT AS AT 31it OCTOBER. 1951 ''**'******•*****•*'*'*''**'********••'****-'**.**'**.-**-'.**-**.**••, XMAS CARNIVAL DANCE 0a rVaaHtAI Mai amsasaawa .. NI.M J* I DANCINU lM TANTY r>BrtaS J ^'**-V>V*VaV#'*'a^^^ I Vf.lMI l|l>4. ASSETS Cash on hand and due from Banks and Bankers Notes of and Cheques on other Banks mat and other Public Securities (Not exceeding market value) Other Bonds and Stocks (Not exceeding market value) Call and Short Loans (Secunty held of sufficient marketable valua lo cover) Total Quick Assets .. Loans and Discounts (After full provision for bad and doubtful debts) Acceptances and Letters of Credit for Customers (See contra) Bank Premises Other Assets Total Asset* I JBl J WataHeM 82,392.723.76 606,049.51038 80,023,415.98 31,639,205.12 $1.008,668,555.27 647,199,801.73 4H.878.1388: 22.lft8.S98.ll 6.192,521.9ft $I.734.0t7.615J7 LIABILITIES Notes m Circulation Deposits Acceptances and Letters of Credit (See contra) Other Liabilities Total Liabilities lo the Public Capital Paid Up Reserve Fund Dividends declared and unpaid Balance of Profit as par Profit and Loss Account Ostasdjtji H.I MECHANICAL I III 'Itll M A 1 lo-dotm* NO PAtS — NO n. %  Trslalai al Law F • I I'll. BTBL'CTL'BAL HRM l.ni.M ts-HI $ 24.1ftl.l6 1.615,067.231.24 49,878.138.81 2,014.275 50 .: Ml laUVtM.71 30,000,000 00 30.000.000.00 770.404.43 ft.743,414 73 ***f&****'****m*^^ Total Liabilities $1,734,097.615 87 PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT YEAR ENDED 31ST fXTOBCR. 1951 Profits for the year ended 31st October, 1951. before Dominion Government taxed but after appropriations to Contingent Reserves, out of which full provision has been made for bad and doubtful debts $8.378 339 84 Provision for Dominion Government taxes .. .. $$.005.000 00 Depreciation on Bank Premises 1 J50.194 38 4J3S.194J8 Net Profits after the foregoing deductions .. .. .. .. .. .. -I'.^Mil' Dividends $.000.000.00 Amount carried forward .. .. .. •• ••• •$1,023,145.4*1 %  • Profit and Loss Account 31st October. 1850 .. .. 4.710.289 27 Balance Profit and Loss Account 31st Octd-Wr, 1951 .. $5.74$,4I4.73 S. M. Wr.DI). JAMKS STEWART. *> oan supply •varythiruj yon will n$x A. BARNES A CO.. LTD. ;//.v/,^r/lv,*.^v,^v.r///V/////.v/*v/.'e-'.VA*e*A*.•t' MttS. HOI SE WIFE llvrv'n lour t hum <> SftlTl I lustI ,11 ll t jj \MXKL. EliUIT Pkga. J* I IT PtEL li. \ FitiNES m S RAISINS BLACK ri'HRANT JAM 1'.. || | l HUTPHCY Bol OLIVES KETCHUP CHERRIES ASSTI) HIS. UITSi I'.'. B1 iTKR LEMON BARLEY WATtB /'//IAIAS Roebuck Siren JAMS ft MARMAI.ADE Rots, at Tins IM AM %  Tins nn PINE AI'l'I E APRICOTS MAMS %  J il.li NTTS %  KB BE GOLDEN %\ HVl' „ OX TONCUES %  %  MIXED VK(i tUOAPI Pks>. MUmw RUM r.. /.##/. Dial 2072 & 4502 W/^/XeV/eV/. *.',--'*'*-. '.','.**'*'.•.*.*,'.'-'.*.', COME TO TOYLAND 2 TOYS (PUMk mid Mrrhanicll) DOLLS (All Baa.) TKDOT HIAKS TRl-CVI I I R nCTUBE HOOKS 0AME8 AND ll.M.I.OONS. K Is and let Ih.m choow for thtnarivai kTioai The Ijirgc Vorleiy. At BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. I I I he House Tor fLirifains) — Phone 2109, 4406 or 35M ^



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i\w;i MXIIIV SUNDAY AUVOCATE -I MIW IIM I MBF.R i. 1$1 1 PROFIT MEANS PROSPERITY SA^ S MOTTLEY *>w A r,ion He uld that In and out -t %ud QlM nan,,; d.6.*. U. H, o. ffg S^d^S ?-'t;hI •* c !" " 1 .. %  ** I on inuivs *hu*i were pasaed destitute old ptot.lt i. y %  iiof his durinx tbt last ihrve yean, h* -houM rertlvr pension -' •— < aiidicLiUire for the City of Bridgei-uinled out his c-antrtbi.:, in d in guard for social reform ;.>rsui of Dr. Char lea Duncan uNeale a man who was truss--.i L| for social reform in thu ,-itony before many of t oorn, a man who could be trul> %  nan foi cause which he thought lacke insistence. "',., ''JZ He said that thenwere -ti 2? ~ many alive U Mean Bet i RU %  i nor AaooMhm Hi ltd thai %  %  %  am* u> iner/i ears ago and Mm The> agsm elected but Ha thrw ilgratlon he remlni it Sj true that Ihe rrutni mad* Of she old ,.|>l* of Ui upon the shoulders of many id that the House n many cases started to work In carried on. Let no man thereX from a very tender ate. sbt iu lifted to draw pcn>. lealth Measure* age of Nothing will rhange ^ |n he „,,,„.,, minded llateners that he my mind In this reapOci and if h ( ^ ., an address pasaed asking lh l, mean, lUBtfton (at their l**£, tnl1 od 8lven r before you today, wheihe he be Labourite or ConaervoHvi %  Bd f II y*j that he was responhe entirety fur Ight—TH Vote. He said that he would h.id KOI an address pasaed %  r, of a T.B. Sanitaxation because indeed 1 have Ha was surprised at the seen moon spent nut to as good n that he was a member v hil j, wouW be too costly, an advantage as it would be In "J* lo t ld *" • 4 the Electors' Aaaoc.al.oii which Hl waaua lo assure them that ho ihi. direction." was knoe % %  <• WUi motivated in moving this Transport Idreaa after aeeing the sufferings Tri—gait: i ,,f ,-., .; |H-.>|iUIII thla couMrj mada %  onal aitemki becauaa of Known that if people of )u timrui j tu ,, k i; .. % %  am. uphold lh( . (1 (t ( j| c Jin d lower classes in y „ %  n.,,^,,,^.! icaduaa • ,ntl rl Ihla culony became anllctrd with lia -.„ (1 „„. ,„..,. there was no chanca '" th.rc was no chanca ^. ^^ uait tL -ulai u. •< 'he nand ( or persons who can afford, *on. who was a member of Ua i-ve done anything hry m ay go to Trinidad or Transport Board had knowledge i and there receive the of it, and despite the i i that wa meant for ihv „. ,,, modern tMMtircnt for this Mr. Dowdlng. a memucr oi my nelten ^t dreadful ill' % % %  >'I'. it. ariM It it an easy thinu to something should be done in this biggest bus service In lhal : tt would hr n-raeniI %  %  %  %  %  ii on l %  K ii at form and say that the Lafaouf Party had not done a measure of good for the social Improvement of certain sections of I muntty hut he could never agree On page !• bored thf rritlclam Tii.h he vestry of the qeneral Bu I m " pan] thai I .. fhey were making money and vas not entitled I fcrt although it migl : ,t fleeted my it. meant that a lot oi middle It tn the country the House* which lasted for ovei *'" struggling to I.. .HI. he reminded Ciovcrn*cnd their children to school • .it Hie hedth of the people v^ould have their bus tsfl not IK 1 measured in pouads, cre.r..i .u.. in ,. %  ;, %  M. %  Hid that there *hu\\ they could ill-.ifford. seveial qualified uui loi fie. I ho should be brought in. entcrpris. and for reasonable '-because (here Is the Mt]i, .,*. happy lo say conditions uroiH for any investor he shoulu ncwhat remedied but there never support anything which ill much to be done. Kll | bl llik)lu Jl( ., i He said there would also re, h( genera i public. !n. debating the question "Therefi n ml lei Una th. onM ratsm %  *'' ,n ' WIS *" H that becauae a Director pr'W'pK-. you WON pi i Services received a "*i PVing more bu Ritalin* a> ai irnmant when it WM discovered that 836 peopl .i i that he had (old thei,e wailing ht to be hoehe differed ptusUaad at the General Hnunn av-' %  : r,i BMOCh en the fl.MW Of liU'r.iltire 'Hi question the mor\lie was con, %  the CO any e munlt) "Some ke to den< because ment of %  %  % %  • bin I there :'i nun unity %  instance, the Gulf OIL which %  % %  .-, I Wherever a man gets an Idea whether : oi i small hi KCI peopla lo put tbolr moiwy loto lalar] %  i: 1.300 a" year m ,ir saif i ,hal whei that enterprise Is lo Impress upon Colonial Secietary £1,300, that WBS made to prevent 1 them that they will lei a pri %  look alter the healUi ers from taking around %  l* —whether h oil. of the paoplo whera you had one curaionlsta or from tranaporUn| the building >.f hotel oi buying Hospital for 200.000 people, from one church lo tamarinds to ship. should get a salary below theirs, members of Ihe various rel f the venture falls the <:<<\He grguod that It wag the duty of organisation nothing, the Government to get the beat ill-afford to pay th* | bus ti.in portal Jit to (pnAfiictioft! YISI .vary suit mad* by us is specially tailored to "FIT TO PERFECTION wnmrni are en not |b* rpotjall s tt al the Hospital and to btat Uiey mu*t pay them, money is made the Q Indegd the more well-to-do win coll. %  paopta in ihis couatiy, whan the* companies hut aIo from shareare 111. are able to seek med' ihibuled his QUOta iy leading the %  rguinents for .' atfogl Mr Motlley said that h> h0ld< I %  and atteuli m Iroid "^" > ask ,neir Wpimrt and hi '" felt cooxUtnt lhal ha ld ba ...i tharefora tha motiva of profit while the middle and lower riant must mean prosperity to ;i counes are dependent upon the skill ro > u j"n*o. Iry." | men at then boapital "I Addressing hi.s lemarK %  %  -he Ml H l ^, two of say it n..w and I said iI. then. th youngsters, many of whom candldalcx wl shotlU ba obtained and they be voting for the firH Sflortni themaelvai n was his muit be paid and 1 know you reminded them that thev will be bounder iBl the. shoiil Iwell enjoying a rlghl which had i to paid fought for by a great man While there, are tailors and tailors" we can boast of being .... THE TOP-SCORERS IN TAILORING P.C.S. MAIFtl&CO. Ut Worn by llw World Fatmms WHITE SIN HELMETS and KHAKI m IIELiVIETS Each SI8.80 Navy Blue d.Q C I Chauffeur Caps Each Sport Shirts WITH A DIFFERENCE in HI i ii iitiii it hi II By am TEXANS By UBStSl VWEENE&E By conteiATK AT C. B. RICE & Co. MERCHANT TAILORS OF BOLTON LANE I ;• H/. CM Sll'l'l.) I HUM STOCK:— |: i a lull Sii'i-I II i i n I, tu s. I ri-iirli lluin-s. mill I Slitliii,/ Iuhliiifi Hours CAVE SHEPHIED & ((., LTD. 10. 11. 12 & 13, BROAD STREET ill I Mill Ol'lMNC. 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ESTABIJSHED 1895 BARHADOS, Dl I'HICf Churchill, Truman May Rely On Old Anglo—U.S. Pact Bv R. II. SIIACKKORI) ROME. Dec. I. Winston S. Churchill and Harry S. Truman, faced with th? possible failure of Western Europe to a>iree upon German re-armament may have to fall back on the stronger and older Anylo-Amrriviin A Anglo-American officials who attended the Rome conference of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said that rvci\ alternative In the cane of Ringtail attack had to be explored. That does not mean thai the United su.it>., u. BlUi ALL NIGHT FIRE GUTS G'TOWN BUSINESS CENTRE thitiklni! of abandonini: the COOtinent of Europe. The Secretary of State Dean Acheson was reported to have pledged himself here 1 the energy I've girt into the pUNI fur building up Europe strength either with or without the help of the Germans." Truman has now placed i*ie European community Including the European arm> wtth German soldier* at the top of his list of measures for defence against Ruggts Hut there are also among realistic men grave fear* Hut Europe still may be bickering about Eurupean unity and a common army irnans. when and if. the Russians attack. And these realM "hat the leaders must know what to do then if Europe itself cannot be defended IT Ex-Police Clii.f Warns Iran Govl. \ ii;11 (i -1 < .<11111.1111 i -111 U.S. Provide Majority Of U.N. Forces Communist Prisoners Are Happy PUSAN IN More than 160.000 Communist war prisoners are currently ei,joying United Nations hospitality In Korean camps and the majority appears to like it U.N pri.unern-uf-w.IT cam; until recently public view bg are now open to new visited one of several P.O.W --t.it.ve George Bender |C amps in southern KorSS • Saturday the United he „ un „„, lh|nrm mm d and label on Korean War' ocean current* keep m .1 shabby and disgracetemperate. I was allowed I designed to deceive thel der freely xhrouch People. "In a formal W |th only a top 9*1 Statement Bender released Rgures CapUin n0lir(jv |<( ^ „ (| showing percentages "I Unilen violate WASHINGTON. Dec. Nntior %  lul fa: ncan irrsntagae %  ag in Korea In comparison with those supplied by all Other nations." II. Id th, figures has been cleared by violate the rules of convention. Newsmen are not alia tcrview prisoner, Oj .u \W r thcsci lcred hr eempoundJ shorn, i supper. Some prisoners IRAN. Dec. Former Police Chief Gene: .1 the US. Mozayent. warned to-dei that .1 per rent analytic steps to curb Cummunfores ism In Iran weYe not taken b furnished the bulk of mediately, the country would the remainder In the ground seen fall Into the hands a United State local agents. ,*>o.3l per cent and the Republic 1 %  .^rj#^ ww.im ij. imrni:i p V t T" ra and „ddc a Uiry anplaying v „„rv tall while %  hOCUDf In thru m.l.lU ,;,, ,l,„,lin t in p our c.niormm-nl h(urnishnl „,, „|.,,,.„. A ,,... !" JT "VI? '",'""•"" -"NHMd will. our ; %  %  ""* i" Kor *"' *>•' P" •"' "';.•' tli.-m ,..i,tm.„ naval form and 88 por cm of „ u hm i „ 1 .ill uround forces ouU.de of !hc !„,„„,,, „„„. .,.„ , ir „,„.| f.irnuhcd hy Ihr Soulh Korean i„,, .,„„,^, £53 A (iu.ernnienl ltw.lf.'" ll.*d('p'-. slatlnTIc* Hbrloftnl ah if all anti-Communist Korea whIU' S..nlli few tu and stopped talklm on their barks to ua. Most of the prlaofMn h. SEJWLXS Ip"'i i" "••' *** pea red quite content with their quiet existence. r.p Mozayeni. who i because he felt that (hi ment was not tel < action against the Communist threat, said that the Communists ...-nnow deeper an • every aspect of Iranian life In an exclusive tatst former Police Chief Mid that thu Governiiant aras tikdlflsfaal la his repealed warnings anil I of the • itu-tion.—U.P. Korea 43.16 per cent, liender id—U.P. U.S. And British Admirals Confer Ja/xtnese Study U.S, Democracy SANTA PAUI.A. California Dec. 1. Five Japanese officials from Okinawa scratched their heads Saturday as they prepared to $20,000,000 Damage, But Food Stocks Good i "fix;. A GREAT DA\ FOR \\. INDIANS Iran Will Buy Foreign Oil Tankers VALETTA. Malta, Dec. 1. YinUnited States Admiral KulKTt Carney. N A.T.O. Commander Southern Europe lVrreu .here Saturday Admiral Sir John Edelsteii. Cum-.manager type of Government then mander of the British Medlter-jin use. for the Mayor and Counranssm fleet. ell which they said was more Carney who llcw here from his. democratic. Naples headquarters for a one-day Imagine the surprise of the visit refused to comment on the Japanese when they reached Cali, fornia to find "undemocratic" city discussed, managers from one end of the purpose of the trip. It was believed he the appointment of a N.A.T.O. Mediterranean naval commander and the establishment of a United state., u.ivai bigg at Malta. Maltese Opposition leaders recently sought clarification of the American position at Malta and claimed that the island'* inhabitants should be consulted about the establishment of an American base here. —U.P. TEHERAN. Dec. 1 Deputy 1 n PaU announced Saturday that Iran had started negotiations to pur-'S^ 0 1 U E kP r, J rom f """" leave her* after live days of £ om J>M **llp to d P"^ 1 ,on -tudying small town _American S^^JggUffJ^ £ nefsson of oil sales receipts. laJick of Iranian shipping facilities has halted nil Abad. ng operations except local production since the And %  i ptny and its tank' lit li .HI last summer. did not disclose what foreign companies were involved negotiations. He sold the Irnn National Oil >mpany would operate at a d-tlcit for at least a year if for%  ign consumers did not purchases of Iranian oil. —r.p. U 'iioo democracy in action. Here they round city managers handling the community's day to day business. In nearby towns they found several others. When the American armed foices moved into Okinawa and EOIVJ Other Japanese points, they said with j army officials scrapped the city State to the other.—U.P. Chiang Kai Slick Rallies Nation For Attack On Mainland TAIPEH, Dec I. President Chiang Kal-Sbek M Saturday called on the entire nation to pool all strength in preparation for a counter-attack on the mainland when he addressed fJovcrnment officials in the Moklly rnernorial ser\'lcc "To strike toward this goal we must mobilize all our manpower." he said. He praised Premier Chen ChepKh's 1HS2 programiM and submitted a legislative programme for final approval—as being accurate, practical and complete and assured that it would serve the cause of national recovery, -U.P. BIGGEST AERIAL VICTORY OF WAR TOKYO. Dec. I. Headquarters of the F. I Airforces confirmed the biggest ial victory of the war for jet lighters resulted in 11 enemy planes' knocked out on Friday. The suinry for six days ending November 30 said that FM Sabrejcts on Friday knocked down seven Red 22 twin-engined Russian buiK bombers, three L.A. 9-englned fighters, and one MIG 15 Jet plus damaging three more T 4's and another MIG. —U.PIsraeli President Is Seriously HI JERUSALEM. Dec. 1 It has boon officially announced th.u the Israeli President, Chaim Wie/man, is seriously ill. Tho announcement said that Weizman was suffering" from inflammation of the intestinal tract. Government will Issue communiques on his condition starting to-morrow. —U.P. Syrian Ministers Refine Freedom BEIRt'i n The imprisoned Syrian Pre Haarul Dawalibi, and hi* binet members refused an from the nation's military rulers to trade their titles for freedom. Despatches from Damascus said that Syria's pro-American strongman. Col. Adeeb Shishakly made the offer after seizing contiol of nation in a lightning coup on Wednesday. Only three of th Imprisoned ieadcrt —U.P. &CWK1X 3 3TAUI Drag olore (TK>I< pii tut*l on uoorgoIotVt Ssin Btrrdt. Brm>li Unians (whore ths 1 h i Tire oilginsttd) on SK dniiin. tb Oreat Tire or J:ird Fabraary. lt> K J'rlrt iv night i lire In OeorgcUiv jgsiu d-iioyed Bookni'. Main Drug Store (which was moved to tt.iu* Street afUi 101 and many other business houses 1< Usssted damage S9O.O00.0O0. Top plctnr* shows P.-1U BfS* .n Water Street. Friday night Are ternilnated at the block beface ihu bnllding. *' cernsr of WaUr and Holmes StlMta. The bulldiag tOSSly %  .night Die but was saved Big-Four Hold Session On Disa'i i..ai.-ri:l Delega tes VI ere */t // Sm ites PARIS, Dae. I. i | POUT IWirs held ,i 65-fBinuU I "ii digimtnl -the tirst United Nation. BI Ion ginct the Mlllernen* <>f the Heiliu bloek ul the General Assembly, President I uii PsdiUa Nerve ol MCxJ I 'toe almosphere as "w> i certain! will be a good "men if we follow the task thai been entrusted to the -ni* t*.-mn,i>t*-•". a lbs 10 say tuns limit on Ihe disarmament talks, there H >n •.Uirtiog OH Monduy. Nerv,. said %  \. a* a eomps r-n-iit toi ,v on all 11 matters he raised for "< n ..i ;of th,Sub-conuniU* 11 nag, I'r.HM I i; \\h MOKOAN BVDNsn % %  i IS put a >lraugle> i t.'-t ,.t Sydney %  ssred ever] ^n that they t il relieve AnsI' i .'I Ihe Ashen. %  they have Has I %  • • winnm % %  %  %  %  %  | M< gads 'Pio wild :hi: :. i \ %  • r West Ind i certain!) \ %  . i rowd of :II.OIHI wab I % %  %  ii Uoddard i• n •• i %  brlllia it sad young An I %  bai k In MM pavlllen In Uial half hom ii overs wen bow %  %  •iii god the Australian eleven s i %  l in Australians ol I., t nffh %  wall fuive %  lo wonders to win ihe I '.oii ul ll arly prei oould auita • 1 r, Ml h V.I.U.IIT III pull I .Mine .|it of the fire 'I I i (r'rnin Our Own CorreejN ill OR< ii n ''• %  MTaVO^ Dec. 1. Shortly mtei ii : Fi daj rogr^V a fire broke il Marai's wholesale and provision --u>r in I %  .'.rol It %  i -street adloioinfi the IM ) %  erreira and Gomes I Dry Goods SSOn which suflered in tin black Friday fire The dnmiige i> I bm.iti .the copCB pnafUBDan increases trt %  %  I BI Store; Lid Bohad %  M. A. Wight. W. Franklin I lleniei.il Heat Col Wllll in rogartj Wholeaaa and Head %  .Hid Hii i \l %  vision i < '! % %  i osnparu Head %  H M i aback %  ( Cjnietfs wharl % %  ..s %  %  %  i %  %  %  ment i angi %  in addition to Ferretra and %  %  %  i %  h.iw Limited !>i ^ Bton Hugn il.in I Dellowi akv lighting up the entire I .lie.i Mosl .1 i %  Ihe M i .. dresnsn rtruggwd 11 %  les-IBOO %  / .A.. Iiilitsiiui End Third Day Of Test fcngKAitAt'lll. D. Tho leonid ui Test bo-w.. n PakM m am D exciting I key ,)',!', VyshtnaJty Smiles To I'.u n uii 281. They thus took thr .. \ndrei Vv. :'i.i r %  , l3() sky, the Am. ngs. Pakistan srored 108 till %  "i tank p and will knock Up 177 runs with eight hand The mat h % %  d Drst unonVNi! Di llll IIOAII SHORTLY afUr 6 30 a.m. yssterdsy the motor car M Oap. Christ Church, ran iota s wire fsneo on OarrlsoD Hill. Tas Ctoat feeder aad lnsrysr of the motor car wars daaugsd, bat tas drlTtr was aahort. U.N. Yield Ground K West Of Yonchon TOKYO, pec. 1. Hie United Nations were forced to yield ground in the face of Kreniid.-thi.wint.: Communists, northwest of Yoneh.in, today. A platoon size probing attack, southeast ol KumsoiiK. was thrown back m the onl) other slgniflcant ifi'niriii action of the day. A •iiijunlinlque *jid that %  U.N. unit yielded an advanced position northwest or Yonchon Ui probing attack at 6.22 jn. by %  %  : which used hand grenades m th< %  %  ST significant contact w it reported from the remainder of the Western Korean front as U.N. forces maintained positions and [...trolled. Except for a platoon aize enemy probing attack repulwi at S.40 a.m. af tigtit southeast of Kumsong. only iicht eosrtaei wtth anal iroups develoimt along the Central i and Eastern Fronts. i leS-raila j front line, there was i .to-day other than routine patrol1 Ung. Continuous Air Battle j i: N. fan destroyed jlS'a miri damaged thrS) day as the air battle continue!
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ESTABIJSHED 1895
BARHADOS, Dl
I'HICf
Churchill, Truman
May Rely On Old
AngloU.S. Pact
Bv R. II. SIIACKKORI)
ROME. Dec. I.
Winston S. Churchill and Harry S. Truman, faced with th?
possible failure of Western Europe to a>iree upon German
re-armament may have to fall back on the stronger and
older Anylo-Amrriviin A
Anglo-American officials who attended the Rome confer-
ence of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization said that
rvci\ alternative In the cane of Ringtail attack had to be
explored.
That does not mean thai the
United su.it>., u. BlUi
ALL NIGHT FIRE GUTS
G'TOWN BUSINESS CENTRE
thitiklni! of abandonini: the COO-
tinent of Europe.
The Secretary of State Dean
Acheson was reported to have
pledged himself here 1
the energy I've girt into the pUNI
fur building up Europe
strength either with or without
the help of the Germans."
Truman has now placed i*ie
European community Including
the European arm> wtth German
soldier* at the top of his list of
measures for defence against
Ruggts
Hut there are also among real-
istic men grave fear* Hut Europe
still may be bickering about Eu-
rupean unity and a common army
irnans. when and if. the
Russians attack. And these real-
M "hat the leaders must
know what to do then if Europe
itself cannot be defended IT
Ex-Police Clii.f
Warns Iran Govl.
\ ii;11 (i -1 < .<11111.1111 i -111
U.S. Provide
Majority Of
U.N. Forces
Communist
Prisoners
Are Happy
PUSAN IN
More than 160.000 Communist
war prisoners are currently ei,-
joying United Nations hospital-
ity In Korean camps and the
majority appears to like it U.N
pri.unern-uf-w.IT cam;
until recently
public view bg
are now open to new
, visited one of several P.O.W
--t.it.ve George Bender|Camps in southern KorSS
Saturday the United ,he un , lh|nrm mmd and
label on Korean War' ocean current* keep m
.1 shabby and disgrace- temperate. I was allowed I
designed to deceive thelder freely xhrouch !
People. "In a formal W|th only a top 9*1
Statement Bender released Rgures CapUin n0lir(jv |<( ^ (|
showing percentages "I Unilen violate
WASHINGTON. Dec.
Nntior

lul fa:
ncan
i- rrsntagae
ag in Korea In compar-
ison with those supplied by all
Other nations."
II. Id th,
figures has been cleared by
violate the rules of '
convention.
Newsmen are not alia
tcrview prisoner, Oj .u \W
r thcscilcred ,hr eempoundJ shorn,
i supper. Some prisoners
IRAN. Dec.
Former Police Chief Gene: .1 the US.
Mozayent. warned to-dei that .1 per rent
analytic steps to curb Cummun- fores
ism In Iran weYe not taken b furnished the bulk of
mediately, the country would the remainder In the ground
seen fall Into the hands a United State
local agents. ,*>o.3l per cent and the Republic
1
.^rj#^ ww.im ij. imrni:i p V t T"
ra and ddca Uiry anplaying vrv tall while
hOCUDf In thru m.l.l- U ,;,, ,l,,lint in p
our c.niormm-nl h- (urnishnl ,, |.,,,.. A ,,...
JT "VI? '",'"""" -"- NHMd will. our ; .
""* i" Kor*"' *>' P" "' "';.' tli.-m ,..i,tm.
naval form and 88 por cm of u,hm,.....i 1
.ill uround forces ouU.de of !hc !,,,, . .......,. ,.....,ir,.|
f.irnuhcd hy Ihr Soulh Korean i,, .,,^, 53 a
(iu.ernnienl ltw.lf.'"
ll.*d('p'-. slatlnTIc* Hbrloftnl
ah
if all anti-Communist
Korea whIU' S..nlli
few tu
and stopped talklm
on their barks to ua.
, Most of the prlaofMn h.
SEJwLXS Ip"'i i" "' ***
pea red quite content with their
quiet existence.
r.p
Mozayeni. who i
because he felt that (hi
ment was not tel <
action against the Communist
threat, said that the Communists
...-n- now deeper an
every aspect of Iranian life
In an exclusive tatst
former Police Chief Mid that thu
Governiiant aras tikdlflsfaal la his
repealed warnings anil I
of the itu-tion.U.P.
Korea 43.16 per cent, liender
idU.P.
U.S. And British
Admirals Confer
Ja/xtnese Study
U.S, Democracy
SANTA PAUI.A. California
Dec. 1.
Five Japanese officials from
Okinawa scratched their heads
Saturday as they prepared to
$20,000,000 Damage, But
Food Stocks Good
i "fix;.
A GREAT
DA\ FOR
\\. INDIANS
Iran Will Buy
Foreign Oil
Tankers
VALETTA. Malta, Dec. 1.
Yin- United States Admiral
KulKTt Carney. N A.T.O. Com-
mander Southern Europe
lVrreu .here Saturday
Admiral Sir John Edelsteii. Cum-.manager type of Government then
mander of the British Medlter-jin use. for the Mayor and Coun-
ranssm fleet. ell which they said was more
Carney who llcw here from his. democratic.
Naples headquarters for a one-day Imagine the surprise of the
visit refused to comment on the Japanese when they reached Cali-
, fornia to find "undemocratic" city
discussed, managers from one end of the
purpose of the trip.
It was believed he
the appointment of a N.A.T.O.
Mediterranean naval commander
and the establishment of a United
state., u.ivai bigg at Malta.
Maltese Opposition leaders re-
cently sought clarification of the
American position at Malta and
claimed that the island'* inhabi-
tants should be consulted about
the establishment of an American
base here. U.P.
TEHERAN. Dec. 1
Deputy 1 n PaU
announced Saturday that Iran
had started negotiations to pur-
-'S^0!1 UEkPr, Jrom f""""
leave her* after live days of omJ>-M**- llp to'd P"^1 ,on-
-tudying small town _American S^^JggUffJ^
nefsson of oil sales receipts.
laJick of Iranian shipping facili-
ties has halted nil Abad.
ng operations except local pro-
duction since the And i
ptny and its tank'
lit li .hi last summer.
did not disclose what
foreign companies were involved
negotiations.
He sold the Irnn National Oil
>mpany would operate at a
d-tlcit for at least a year if for-
ign consumers did not
purchases of Iranian oil.
r.p.
U 'iioo......
democracy in action. Here they
round city managers handling the
community's day to day business.
In nearby towns they found sev-
eral others.
When the American armed
foices moved into Okinawa and
EOIVJ Other Japanese points, they said
with j army officials scrapped the city
State to the other.U.P.
Chiang Kai Slick
Rallies Nation
For Attack On Mainland
TAIPEH, Dec I.
President Chiang Kal-Sbek M
Saturday called on the entire na-
tion to pool all strength in pre-
paration for a counter-attack on
the mainland when he addressed
fJovcrnment officials in the Mok-
lly rnernorial ser\'lcc "To strike
toward this goal we must mobil-
ize all our manpower." he said.
He praised Premier Chen
ChepKh's 1HS2 programiM and
submitted a legislative programme
for final approvalas being accu-
rate, practical and complete and
assured that it would serve the
cause of national recovery,
. -U.P.
BIGGEST AERIAL
VICTORY OF WAR
TOKYO. Dec. I.
Headquarters of the F. I
Airforces confirmed the biggest
ial victory of the war for jet
lighters resulted in 11 enemy planes'
knocked out on Friday. The suin-
ry for six days ending Novem-
ber 30 said that FM Sabrejcts on
Friday knocked down seven Red
22 twin-engined Russian buiK
bombers, three L.A. 9-englned
fighters, and one MIG 15 Jet plus
damaging three more T 4's and
another MIG.
U.P-
Israeli President
Is Seriously HI
JERUSALEM. Dec. 1
It has boon officially announced
th.u the Israeli President, Chaim
Wie/man, is seriously ill. Tho
announcement said that Weizman
was suffering" from inflammation
of the intestinal tract. Government
will Issue communiques on his
condition starting to-morrow.
U.P.
Syrian Ministers
Refine Freedom
BEIRt'i n
The imprisoned Syrian Pre
Haarul Dawalibi, and hi*
binet members refused an__
from the nation's military rulers
to trade their titles for freedom.
Despatches from Damascus said
that Syria's pro-American strong-
man. Col. Adeeb Shishakly made
the offer after seizing contiol of
nation in a lightning coup on
Wednesday. Only three of th
Imprisoned ieadcrt
U.P.
&CWK1X3 3Taui Drag olore (Tk>i< pii tut*l on uoorgoIotVt Ssin
Btrrdt. Brm>li Unians (whore ths 1 h i Tire oilginsttd) on Sk dniiin.
tb Oreat Tire or J:ird Fabraary. lt> k
J'rlrt iv night i lire In OeorgcUiv jgsiu d-iioyed Bookni'. Main
Drug Store (which was moved to tt.iu* Street afUi 101
and many other business houses 1< Usssted damage S9O.O00.0O0.
Top plctnr* shows P.-1U BfS* .n Water Street. Friday night .
Are ternilnated at the block beface ihu bnllding. *' cernsr of WaUr
and Holmes StlMta. The bulldiag tOSSly .night Die but was saved
Big-Four Hold Session
On Disa'i i..ai.-ri:l
Delega tes VI ere */t // Sm ites
PARIS, Dae. i.
i | POUT IWirs held ,i 65-fBinuU.....I "ii dig-
imtnl -the tirst United Nation. BI Ion ginct
the Mlllernen* <>f the Heiliu bloek
ul the General Assembly, President I uii PsdiUa Nerve ol
MCxJ I 'toe almosphere as "w> i
certain! will be a good "men if we follow the task thai
been entrusted to the -ni* t*.-mn,i>t*-".
. a lbs 10 say tuns
limit on Ihe disarmament talks,
there h >n
.Uirtiog OH Monduy. Nerv,. said
\. a* a eomps
r-n-iit to- i ,v on all 11
matters he raised for "
"< n ..i ;of th,- Sub-conuniU*
11 nag,
I'r.HM I i; \\h MOKOAN
BVDNsn

i IS put a >lraugle>
i t.'-t ,.t Sydney
ssred ever]
^n that they t il relieve Ans-
I' i .'I Ihe Ashen.

they have Has
I . winnm

|
m< gads 'Pio
. wild :hi:
:. i \

. r
West Ind
i certain!) \ .
i rowd of :ii.oihi wab I
ii
Uoddard i
1
lli. lent I j
word In
paved thi

Will.
The Australian i"*\ lb

lp until ihe Ws i Ii I
1 til .1 VIII -l/l
yon ha
Undwall who \.......
I Saturday In
pell < da i
COUpta fiom the crease
U|M-iiers Out
HaU .hi how tallowing the
.collapse of tha U

p > n i , brlllia it
sad young An I
bai k In Mm pavlllen In Uial half
hom ii overs wen bow .
iii god
the Australian eleven s i

l in Australians ol I., t nffh
" wall fuive
lo wonders to win ihe I
'.oii ul ll.....arly pre-
i oould auita
' 1 r, Ml h V.I.U.IIT III pull I '
.Mine .|it of the fire 'I I i
(r'rnin Our Own CorreejN
ill OR< ii n '' MTaVO^ Dec. 1.
Shortly mtei ii : Fi daj rogr^V a fire broke
il Marai's wholesale and provision --u>r in
I
.'.rol It
i -street ad-
loioinfi the IM ) erreira and Gomes
I Dry Goods SSOn
which suflered in tin black Friday fire
The dnmiige i> I bm.iti .the copCB pnafUBDan increases trt


I
BI
Store; Lid Bohad
!
M. A. Wight. W.
Franklin I
lleniei.il Heat Col Wllll in
rogartj Wholeaaa and Head

.Hid Hii i \l

vision i <
'!..... .
i osnparu Head

H M i
aback ( Cjnietfs wharl
,..- s
i

'
ment i angi

in addition to Ferretra and
. .

i
h.iw Limited !>i ^ Bton
Hugn il.in I Dellowi .
akv lighting up the entire I
.lie.i Mosl .1
. i
Ihe m i
.. dresnsn rtruggwd
11
les-IBOO
/ .A.. Iiilitsiiui End
Third Day Of Test
fcng-
KAitAt'lll. D.
Tho leonid ui
Test bo-w.. n PakM m am
D
exciting I
key ,)',!', VyshtnaJty Smiles To
I'.u n uii
281. They thus took thr .. \ndrei Vv.
:'i.i r l3() sky, the Am.
ngs.
Pakistan srored 108 till
"i tank p
and will
knock Up 177 runs with eight
hand The mat h d
Drst unonVNi!
Di
llll IIOAII
SHORTLY afUr 6 30 a.m. yssterdsy the motor car M
Oap. Christ Church, ran iota s wire fsneo on OarrlsoD Hill.
Tas Ctoat feeder aad lnsrysr of the motor car wars daaugsd, bat tas drlTtr was aahort.
U.N. Yield Ground
K West Of Yonchon
_ TOKYO, pec. 1.
Hie United Nations were forced to yield ground in the
face of Kreniid.-thi.wint.: Communists, northwest of Yon-
eh.in, today. A platoon size probing attack, southeast ol
KumsoiiK. was thrown back m the onl) other slgniflcant
ifi'niriii action of the day.
A iiijunlinlque *jid that
U.N. unit yielded an advanced
position northwest or Yonchon Ui
probing attack at 6.22 jn. by
' :
which used hand grenades m th<

ST significant contact w it
reported from the remainder of
the Western Korean front as U.N.
forces maintained positions and
[...trolled. Except for a platoon
aize enemy probing attack repulwi
at S.40 a.m. af
tigtit southeast of Kumsong. only
iicht eosrtaei wtth anal
iroups develoimt along the Central
i and Eastern Fronts.
i leS-raila
j front line, there was i
.to-day other than routine patrol-
1 Ung.
Continuous Air Battle
j i: N. fan destroyed
jlS'a miri damaged thrS)
day as the air battle continue!
"
P
|F 80 Sh.Kiting Stars and 16 IIIG1
Tha Reds continued i
Jof their biggeii
as 4.000 tr-.
ovlnjf lOUth *
night and
Saturday with troop
i night,
Id dnvra by Ven Barrow .,; Bart > 8.000 tnicks had been
;sighted in south-bound convoy.
1 UP
Phillip C Jessup, the British Min-
ister of B
thi rrora I
.
ill. when
i
to retui *

Nervo
meed ,n.'
!! tht t ov bi ing ..ii isesloQS will
.it offlci il
1 'he mee*-

Nerve
that the press will he given, after
ting, "the Infi
that Is compatible will
S/orh and the tasks Hint h.ivi
uisted tu Ihe Cornmlt-

IW.
I ii iii tie* -r -a Work On
Flow Of Po River
Ari :,
the flow of flood-waters in the I*<
River delta sods

f';.' .1 ht
in
Tho flood hvei
SSd arc

rga ^f iM
in many

i BSsin tesaperahu
Ins noxt reel ro ltd trans-
form them into i'
venting even a delayed cultivation

r.p.
Border Disputes
PAJU8
.Committee
lAith two sbol
l


ih.
I.rllliant lire Iosiiik IhS
wiih ratiun Tuns i
doubts whethei they ceo produ
.-inything like the "i!
1 pin t wall] Ha
.mil Norman v
tomlsu and Lais a
Indians. If tbej donl tin>y rer-
ee this Test.
The future ol the A
tMODBMS ClOSSly lied op with Ihe
' the band or dusky
rriors from the lend Of rtl
I p
I-'imhI Supplies
i. I DntroUoj

i
lock in i i
the colony ovrj Ihe diflV i

m. agrvi ..dinith
but h^ sepertassffssl
currying out an immediate survey
ik i ii . ..
sure replaci n
loss i
*.ll ol
k. Messervy said
. : ii.i .
it hunt oil for the holiday.
There "ill be no distribution
r k Thi telephosia iiramu-
ited In
ng thi Sri n turned
mi mat ituring tho afternoon
after ih i. en ' c ntinuous wotk
by tfli-phot).. enginceis and lines-
men.
St mpiilhv Message*
Four power line* which also
re StranV were restored du-
ag th. afteinoou Governor
Woothw and the Archbuhop -f
the West ufgllej and Mayor of
lown Iseusxi messages of
to those who suffered
h ire home-
kie Teported though
hurt. The
great pait
Mil the iiiidii attending to
in- hooaslssa and giving ti and
lire lighten and
all through the night. The
Me units are still pouring hun-
4 gallon el water. Police
were kept busj keeping the peo-
ple fio, the urea It was dls-
that $80,000 worth
i-elonglnK to the Govern-
or id which were kept in Oar-
ipd l< troyed It is
I Ih a reeonstructlon of
nldW would be in the
S5.lHjO.0OO. The orlgla
if the fin- Is unknown but tha
Qovanunool is uppointing a com*
.nqulre Into the clr-
m '.ii.. H
I tty I. estimated at SI.000.uOu.
Hi
equ
ilgars.
Truce Plan
On The Rocks
limated i es it over 12S0.000.
.
thou 1 11
1 no hs hip could I
sxpi leneed foi the Chrl ui i
nw harde I Ul
are lbs darks la ,
lit ..f .. jr .1 > I] .
whose ageni ad of]
1 .
lists at about $1,000,000 The big.)
Jfit Police \rreg4
(^hieulion Adviser
KINGSTON. JVa.. Dec. 1.
M.it.olm. Minister for
I by the
,; on ;i i-harga
- t of farm
lo the United
States AlleKations are that
'->k the 111. 1
-' dividuahi on a promise to secure
hem farm Ucfcets to get to
srorh on the farms.
Uall was allowed In the sum of
CPi

f___-

I
THK ADVOCATE PAYS
FOR NEWS
IHAI. 3113
HAY OR NIGHT
MUNSAN. Korea. Dec. 1.
Vice Admiral <\ 1 ;
*i had Nation'
behind the lino* m
1 .M .a. (be rot kv in iii
f mm or renewed Comm in
1 N
Latement aft

1
nunjoni wlU
t .N
To .1 police truec
Williai P
' hi < oM'*|ii.inlentk the
ultimatum by the UN.'
Joy toiit 1u.1i savoys '
will cuntu
nhoul'l Ik-.
1. No irnrea.ie cf psgglarj
attber akta during the

2. No build up of ami
irlag that period.
I A'i grn 1 tics > 'i.inusion to
the irues -Kiudin^ .,
joint observation that U
10 move the '
1 of Korea
1 Re discussion on with-
I Irooge from Korea b]
irmlStlOS I II 'inee the
must be ih
.
'
thing new to
reposed last Tue-
third Item
of (he conference agend I

.'.
'I.. # principle. will
rp,
Rel Chilli* r\oetew6e
U.S. i)f SpTing
MOM. KON<
United are dro
.1 lligenea Agi
1
III.Oll t"- rl ,-.
I that General Su Vu. the
diplomat
Only the Ove natio 1 refMirteJ,
nta in a J
and Afghanistan abstained report to his Government. He gave
cr. u.p. I

Cboow s Kaieigh
aad you will
posscu bicycle
of great nnogth.
smooth running,
superior wistk-
manthip od |uii|[
life Built or the
fineU matcruh in
the wotld'i large*!
and moil modern
tytle factory.
RALEIGH
the ait-sriii ncrcic
A wid. variely of modJs
always on display and
ready assembled lor you
to lake away. See our
cycle Department, first Floor.
CAVE SlaPMCRD k Cs, Ltd.
Finn mi iiiiaiT iieiii y oi 1 mil in


PAOI TWO-
SCNIIAV \l>\'< \TI
M KDAf Ml ( I MBER 2, 1931
*
1"B_ %# % i,ui Hit
The DANC/NC] YEARS"

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Cni-r t> C
| \I I -t .l.r Kl "VMIKI
in imi ii" a " r *
*.-- w....... ii..i.-
RANGE LAND' ft
BRAND OF FEAR
Bftsj s,s
,, ; Ik*.. **! i -*
itAwronn nta briah >
dihsi i nits till *
i;hat fv.n urn
tH| n Oats) v v "
i.....n i. .ti mm
I, 4 11 | % 1he C.anten
- V!i*Hii.vD a,
I I I LU1 ..I moADHAI
Color Q> TWMUoolor
i. DAY (Inn Nnf*OS'
. M**a
I KM rJrlaaa- i""HrlA7rA
KM A (MM
v-W/w/A'.w.yA'/A', ---.--','..-,*,---,*----,',-----*/--v,*,v*'**,'i
?V # #* #1 f
ionite 8.30 p.m. Mon-Tue, 5 & 8.30 p.m.
CRY DANGER"
DICK POWELL RHONDA HI'
Sftorf. ,
"THE BOY AND THE EAGLE"
I TO-DA ad M hi' a AkaVtlM
^AtvAW.v.v-v.v.v.v/.v/.v.v.-.w.'/.w.v//AV,
EMPIRE
TU-DAY 4.41 A H it \Mi I ONTIM IM. DAILY
or iHlimi W1IUU TO ALL
BASKET-BALL PLAYERS
Columbia Picture* present*
rui-: a mi im ui.ouk thoiikhs
Starring:
THOMAS COMEZ DOROTHY DANDKIIXSE and Ihe
ORIGINAL HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS
THE MIRACLE MEN OF SPORTS IN A FULL LENGTH
FUN-FILLED HIT.
SUrlling Prrdiclins
la Your lluriunpt
Your Rc.l Life Told Free

arwl Mm Mund-vill.
| will
b\p their At Hi i
l.
M
.
The new daytime elegance
Use Lotus Cologne on your skin and your hair.
in y.ur hath and on y m linen Use it often.
and it will keep you Ireili all day
and surround you with an aura of delicate fragrant
YARD LEY
(otiid (oioone *
.m
ehrt M*r* i*
For Labour Conference
MR. H N JACK. Acting Li
Conn
CaJab QcdSmq
beau
In. d.,
L*n*
- D. N.
? J**.*"11.??--^??1 ??**? Lewi* o' the Labour Depa.tment.
^TT-^_________ !1 w' A
M Jamain to attend a meeting
4 the Regional Labour Board
Two Week,
\FTER spending two weeks'
m Barbados. Mr.
h-partment of Trinidad Leaae-
rvturtMd lo Trinidad
Friday afternoon by tho
kymny Terminal* SvawAlVry.
'.I- staying with
|n Reed Street.

ChanaM. U(Wii.
i. .. i.-. -f.- ..
SMrkna*. .'. hi (
Moundrd adurat
d propl* uw
-arid ov*r. aEORQE MACKEY
Tor* bMitvn o-.ii Tabore nuii poa-
* mom sort ol Mrur.it-*i*liI
To popuUnaa Mi ay roam labora will New
tX >~r A.U.I lit. .
-w tin Mfai
_ In Addr-a PI N
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II O A 1
Last 2 Shows Today 4.30 a 8 15 MON. only 4 30 1 8 15
Columbia Double Universal Double
Humphrey BonurlJohn Derek IN "KNOCK ON ANY CORRIDOR OF MIRRORS" AND
DOOR" AND "NIGHT CLUB GIRL" WITH THE DALTA RHYTHM BOYS
JOLSON SINGS AGAIN Starring Larry PARK8 Barbara HALE TUES. only 4 30 B< 8 15 YEARS BETWEEN" AND "MAD GHOUL"
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TO-DAY TO MONDAY 4.30 4. 8.15
M-G-M Double
ERROL FLYNN DEAN STOCKVKLI. in
-M I If"
-TMi tt KSA"
Starring:
PIER ANCELI JOHN ER1CSON
BarbmdUn In Nw York
PAYING her second
Barbado*. after an absence of
years is Mrs. Gladys
Barbadian resident In
Ycrk City. She arnvrd
wot) morning from the U.S.A.
-C ^"^1'^d::1'1' totlMj. W BW.1.A. and w.ll
of birth iii dun. .niior. t. youiMit. b *pendinn Uiree months' holiday
'n aunt, Mr-. E. Seole of
"LynviUe," Baxters Read.
B** From Canada
|K C C. LtACM o. -TirrllJ
Bank who Kit Boibados on
Faoatt 9irot. Hombij M India. Po.t-te August 4 to Spend M holiday III
Tn llMU OSSM | i 1
Mai "ii Jiiuni>
l.ji witn mm lias rc-
i .iiuda.
inymg Mi. Leach yes-
terday Wait h,> young grand-
lUughlcr Peggy, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Tcrrence Recce. Peggy
.. stayiof with her War.
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney
lv:. .atm* Njvy Gar-
dens. Peggy hat come down to
t-pciut a holiday with her mad
Bd lur parents will l>e
BObbIbi down for a holiday some-
time next year.
Otlui- pgdsjfOfMn coming in on
the same plane were Mr. David
Yearwood, Miss Doris Hutson
The T.CA. phi nc was twelve
hours late duo to bad weather at
Bermuda.
EXAMINE
YOURSELF
Can You Say 'NO' to
All These Questions?
Da yas sssW rr
ftAIKACHFT
BUM \UTISMT
SlilrlFASM.VS?
lOtS OF ENERGY?
TIKI FHFQUFNT
imiNATlON?
11 roar mm U "YES" U mi, mm
qotalMM Ihon -on am likaly a >kI
(.UH| Iootmti. D-ni 4*Ur. Art al
lake DwU'i KaWy P.M. dw i
ri? For arar hall a rmturj oiJI~r U
aaltarw! in all aarla af I ha trarM Kara rStdaJ
piaaBM raM and DmnatwM kiaafa thraiifH
tka uaa of tbia faaaaaia fMHiK. I>-at-r*
Kkltw, Pill. M. (, ..; t. bmi
and aa7 | taka. Batik af IV aillt J '.
Dodd's Kidney Pills
PRIZE LIST
id. Nweepstakr Udell
in aid ol
To-da> and To-morrow, 4 39
and S.15.
II O X Y
OPENING FRIDAY 7th.
AT
Asthma Mucus
Dissolved in 1 Day
'"<** *> IOO. HOB* HI I OarOaPOaHB
Mr aayaoa U aigi.r Iron lao, -> *!">- M^ndaMo dora aa
lth fi>milia iiijrriinni and Mtai-i
. All ,
. Id I 1 I
id Mottdi
. bloM .
UblrU oun aaral
ciiiuiaiina uinxian Ua
oaaa Unm in* iNHni* i.irU. .-. ,.,,..
>)' Vuo brritlli* raiilf and lr-'l
r ,.raa rr!a>, tou (ri nod. Ii'>n.
air InU i^ur laaci. and ilfiiui "
basUaa "It"
Bri.'
Sleep like a Baby
Thaxufidi of forawr aulfarrra Irom iallV
aia aar UiM ibr -air Br.l dnw at Moadoao
omatfl them itlorl4>tia ra and cumfrl
........ Hod laal 40 i la . aol-
'"' **^r"TS...*''*h'^ -?**'"***Jt>t!
"I Mm iKr> ill, I tint So. .
Wba> a anj ,,-t it ., la a soar -"ai
Aa ^a .l l .5 raar. n..r. k -*-t
r* wai to navr a nwd *ar raat.
MbMoM a*' im*-" A"*T".*?*
la raSfM " aai'r latfurkao.-
Benefit, Immadlat*
M-n tart rifcl
i i ii liiMd nvl
natui* tn foa (I in- *o*u el
... In i.a rnit ! all Mrodoto anar
b.- a^iianit*. .ha
dii l It'l aulurli "'11.
l and l-H aalflad af
- "" "'"% 'Xt
foaaa aaaa-
a/df irrl
Mendaco
t-iJi .4.iaoM*.9rc*tfu*H.ty A
POPPY FUND
Sum ui> t -
Bag of Sutiar
Click-".
Bag of Sugar
2 Small .
A Pig
Box of Groceries
A Doll
A P) (. y I), i|
jk '
n v
Bag of Provisions
1
A book \
Trumpet r f, >'!
..T A Lampshade
Bag of Provisions
A h'l.,--
A Bottle of Sugar Cane
Brand]
Tin of I1
Tin pf Toff |
A Torch
Box ol Groceries
Surprint
Tirkou on Sale in all par-
ksfa 1012 Monday* t I
PKINCE8B ELIZABETH wears a daffodil flared gown and diamond
necklace and tiara as nhe arrives at Oovent Oardah for the flm night
of a new ballet- L E.S.
Surprise
r-'I-SKWlIKliK on thi? page is a
Coming* and Goings
Wonderful Timr
Ictailed list of the ntrrnctlve r p -fOCI III the raffle in M ,. s7 i 5 f w- 7 A pUc" v>OrHv aftemoon at
Puppy Fund. Tickets f, f l^1 Royal Bank of Canada n Irl(, Dn|, Hall was opened at 3
.id iH-iVeen IU-12 Tilnkiiid ttxlay arter spending his ga ExMlem-y the Governor. A
Peter was a member of the pi0i including children of all ages
Trinidad water polo team which thronged through the Hall. Th..
played against Barbados in Trim- may attractive stalls were well
dad In September patronised while outside games
<-d to arrive by the same -
plane that Peter leaves on Is Mr.
Rex Eckstein who u with the
Canadian Bank of Commerce in
1 be dis- Port-of-Spuin. Rex Is also u
thL RroaH waU"r Pol Player and represent-
*a ed Trinidad in Trinidad_in Sep-
tember and Trinidad
last year.
Rex used to play water polo
... Barbados before he went to
Hill. St. Michael. Trlnldod. No doubt his old
was married on Thursday at the club Bonitas will be glad to see
Itocbuck Monvinn Church to Mr. him back.
Simeon Bascombe, recently arrived
. Mda. The ceremony Plane Ordered
took place shortly after
l
.nii Fridays.
. hundred
dollar? and the last item Is a
*'surprls^.' Wh-vrr wins the
hundred dollars it certainly will
come as a surprise. "What's got
i hcarsa *&
i -nse" will it come as a
h'indred dollars!
Some of the pn/e* will be dis-
'lavi.l in
Street ston
Wedding
MISS GERTRUDE BANFIELD

hance and the refreshment
stalls were always crowded.
A sharp shower of rain shortly
after five, did nothing to dampen
anyone's spirits and at six o'clock
as most <.f the children slowly
drifted homewards, each was
Barbados laden with balloons, tow sweets
tt, all looking as If they had a
onderful afternoon.
.hi.-h
DaugTiter
T> Mr. and Mr-. Osbert RoUock
of Black Rock. St. Michael, a
seven and a half pound baby girl
was born on Thursday. November
.'clock was" performed'by the TpHE Barbados Flying Club K Gregory SSrSnl'bSrn"
pi, / i ordered hhelr aeroplane on Both mother and babe are doing
The bride wore a gown of ^jgy (rorn Ihe Auster Works. eU Osbert ( a well known City
slipper satin, adorned with silver Leicester. It la an auster aircraft Druggist
accessories and true lover's knots. to,th a Blackburne Cirrus 100
Her tulle veil was kept in place h.p. engine. Cost of the 'plane is
In .i liara of orange blossoms and H2S ex-works, but landed In __
she carried a bouquet of gardenias Barbados what with packing T^rL Barbados choral Society
and snap dragons. The brides- freight etc.. Jumps the price to * combine with the Cathedral
silBSSI V. BsalialJ 9ia. Choir on Wednesday Decen
.hette Williams. Best man Delivery ii expected early next at 8.15 to give a reotOl ot I
was Mr. Joseph GriMUh. e.n mas Music at the Cathedral.
Christmas Music
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Iin ceremony was performed
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TIM bride who wai ;ivcn lo
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dress was kept in place by a
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SUNDAY. IIKrMBr.R 2. 1JJ1
SUNDAY ADVtH ATI"
iiiiu.i:
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1 a pinnarlr'
A STAR IN ECLIPSE
H/m/'s
Cooking In
The Kitelum
By HAROLD CONWAY
for Michael Redgrave 1951
founts as year of llloiy It is sn
Best British oseeea per forma net?
mi The Hr*wiUng Version),
laurel* a.- Sti.ikesprari actor and
producer at Stratfard-on- Avon.
present reports from Pine wood
that he Is putting up the top com-
edy .ffor! of his career in film
uf The Importance uf Being
Y.. i:k I.
Will IBS! be Redgroves glory
veor. too? It may well befor he
is to start off with the biggest stage
role any actor is likely to capture
during the next twelve months.
This is the "hero'' of Clifford
Odetss Broadway drama. The
Country- Girla one-Ume popular
theatre star now in his forties.
jjniwn seedy and uncertain of him-
self, facing eclipse as ; public
favourite.
In New York the play created a
rimor sensation. Despite the auth-
or's disavowals, audiences tried to
1.1. ttifv the leading character.
Henry Sherek and the Ameri-
can actor Sam Warm a maker are
.'resenting* The Country (iirl here
in partnership^a pro-West End
:i-ui- of six weeks opens In Edin-
burgh. Before that they have to
find a woman star who can stand
up dramatically to Redgraveas
the falling actor's wife
What about Mary Ellis? Red-
\U not have her for his
wife in the film of The Browning
Version though she had acted the
perl brllli.mfiv on the stage. I
still think Miss Ellis would stand
up to Mr. Redgrave very satisfac-
torilyif she got ihe chance,
Ashcrofl I'p-lo-dale
I quote for you a significant
description from the author. Ter-
ence Rattlgsn. nbout his new play.
The Deep Blue Seain which
Peggy Ashcroft is to star:
"Hi,- piey. u-hieJi is set In the
presenl day. it a study of an
a/nil's' between a men and a
womm who ere mutually de-
tfMtfm to ''fh of her."
What is sittniflcont about that?
The words "present day". Do you
I nu 'Mernpourv.
m.n-costume roles Peggy Ashcrofl
me of our three leading actress-
eshas played In London during
the past 20 years? Jut* two-and-
a-half.
The half refers to Edward. Mv
Uw time that story got
t.p to Male, Miss Ashcrofl was u
m m itod old ladyeo
-she was back li. "cluiracter".
Mlsa Ashnuft, like John Gi*,-
gud. takes most kindly to a sense
of the past when on the fcUge. But
an occasional change Is good IVr
the beet of stars, so 1 am glad she
it discarding the motley for once
Her new part will be as dram-
atic as anything she hoi tackled in
ili-kespemr*. Mr. RatUgan was
rhided by the critics over his last
playWho Is Sylvia?for resort-
ing to the flippancy of his early
period.
RatUgan felt challenged. What-
ever the critics toy about The
Deep Blue Sea, they are unlikely
lo accuse him this time of being
flippant.
Gtclcud And Co.
JOHN GIELGUDS ambition
lo form his own permanent Wool
End companyis In process of
being realised. Welcome news: it
Is time our one worthy successor
to Irving leading lady. Ellen Terry) began
to develop me living touch.
When The Winter's Tale ends at
the Phoenix on January 4. Oielguil
will follow it a few days later with
his production of Much Ado About
Nothingthe highlight of Strat-
ford's 1949 and 1950 seasons.
Diana Wynyard stays on aa co-
star Beatrice to Gielgud's Bene-
dick. Paul Scofield. after a year
of dual-role agility In Ring Round
the Moon. Is being recruited as
Don Pedro.
Cm Tuesday week The Winter s
Tale, with iU I87lh performance
will beat the record run of this
reputedly "difficult" ploy. Who
established the previous record, at
the Lyceum in 1887?
It would round oft this para-
graph neatly to say Sir Henry
Jivmg. Accuracy compels me to
credit another knight: Sir John-
ston Forbes-Robertson.
Lockwood In Tit ol and
BRITISH film stars are doing
fine In Yugoslavia. Mr. Rank re-
opened trade with that country
last year; the monthly fan-mail
now averages 1.500.
Who are the Yugoslavs' top pin-
up favourites? Margaret Lock-
wood and Pctula Clarkwith
Barbara Murray runner-up.
The Serbs. Croats and Slovenes
are catching up on Miss Lockwood
her last picture wao mode two
Craogo. To an insistent domond
more, the Rank people, taken
unawares, can only comolv by
delving into their library for re-
:.-.iii-
So Tito's cinemagoero moy be
noting with surprise that Miss
Lockwood grows younger with
each succeeding screen appear-
ance.
WOULD COPYRIGHT BEaWtvr.lt
Rupert and the Lion Rock43
Tha liuls gioup u ihrulcd tha
"'< *' Whil lark lh you
cook tha paps* frooi the bos and
prevented thai rucally skipper hum
netting ii." chuckles the edmiri!.
" Now we'rt hill ol new hope."
The ireesurs should mil be there
bai
ilnsoet impomble ro
Ki into the Lion's Mouih." uvi
.pen. No," crei Roilff- It's
not impossible. We brought lot
of tine, strong rope from the ship.
Lot " it end get in from above,"
Next minute Sukw Sem U [reding
th'-n n>jr,H
Last Sunday I gave you two
very easy recipes on boot to cook
meal. Th.> tana 1 eraal to give
you two very easy recipe* on how
to eook fish.
Hero Mi Barbados we ore ex-
tremely lucky. When it's the
ason for flying nsh they .ire
plentiful and not too Oo^OOsOhro
Tln-n there is the season for red
fish, king nsh. dolphin and other
kinds of big fish, and finally pot
fish. fry. tacks. )ohns, sprats.
etc. etc.. not to mention sea eggs.
The following recipe Is for
queen mullets: I tried it the other
day and to tell you the 'ruth I
found that queen mullet* have too
many bones* So I had another
try with another kind of fish The
fisherman said It was cavalli but
I really don't know how !<> spell
the name. Anyhow you know the
fish I mean. This Is how lo cook
It. 2 lbs. fish (boned) margarine
or olive oil. salt. p*fper. parsley.
jcarhc and breadcrumbs.
Take the fish, wash it, dry it
and put it in a pyrex dish after
putting some margarine or olive
oil at the bottom of the pan.
Season the fish with salt,
pepper, chipped parsley and few
bits of garlic and sprinkle some
breadcrumbs on it. On lh- bop ol
it all put some whole tomatoes
and some small piece* of mar-
garine.
Put the pyrex dih in a moderate
oven and let it cook for 20 minutes.
As soon as it to ready oauocic half
u lime over the fish and Mm II
hot without taking it out ot the
pyrex dish,
Sail Fuh Cake*
When you cant got local fish,
you can have quite a good meal
off imported "salt Ash "
For four people: 1 lb. of salt
fish (cooked), parsleypepper--1
tablesponnful of cheewe, 4 table-
spoon fills of cooked bread jl>
the inside) 2 eggs(knii 1 ggg
(beaten) breadcrumbo lard
lime or tomato sauce.
This Is a more expensive way
to make salt fish cakes than the
usual Barbadian recipe. I think
this recipe Is worth the extra
hilling and the extra trouble.
Cook the salt fish In a little
water and bone It. Put it in u
dish and cut it In very "mail
piece* Add the chipped parsley.
pepper. 1 tablespoonful of cheeee
(tratedi 2 eggs and 4 tablespoop-
fuls of bread The inside only.
It has lo be cooked first u> little
water and it has to be dried on the
fire. Then allow to cool before
adding it to the mixture.
i hrp everything and mix with a
jspoun or your hands until smooth.
Make cake* (the uverage
dip tham first in flour then in 'he,
beaten eggs and finally in bread-
crumbs. Fry the cakes and serve
them either with lime or if you
prefer pour over them some
tomato sauce.
PROPAGANDA STUNT
NEW YORK:
Latest propaganda "stunt" of
the Russians centres around the
question of culture. They have
launched an offensive to prove
that the West, and particularly
U.S.A.. is without culture gM
that the Soviet Union Is the very
cradle of culture. According to
Russia. America is for too busy
preparing for v..ir to attend in-
ternational film, music and dame
festival*.____________
FLODM
LISBON:
A poor fisherman has become
rich through floods which have
ruined 3.000 worth of crops in
the Aveiro district. In one nirfht
he caifght 36.000 ..-Isworth l500.
In flooded fields. Storms sweep-
ing Portugal for more than two
weeks, have caused damage in
crops arid houses estimated at
1500.000.
EW1NG CIRCLE
B IVN1 NUL4N nut \\s pa. snopa or zippers
*ii -'.H \\ i Irurl ad or |gsttosholea
Nap Fabrics -at made mil
. Ml lndl,.. In cutuu. ";.'"T'rSS "?'LSrf'SS
.um ^,* mm c^c.r ... cJ Z] ol IMM "Hi: ' 7h,i
.' Sill te_^^srJ
oi mat. rSZ ran i ab tran '"d *"f
>r bmUr pattern and JOU "" V" nig ahouhl I
.tuHild ni-kr .. complete i>-iwn toi\ ide. A staaun iron Is
for Iho .kin Tin- iti ..:: at I I
(oodi Una ihould u- clearly .i a naadla board or a aam
marked on all places If yuu ate '"" * l<* ' <* dune By
vorkini with enaal (.at- acini.g the ran iipmltt
tern with only t\, ,.i more per- armit It with a damp cloth. The
foratluna to indicate the straight >* ,hc"
it will help to join these perfia-a- ' tw'i oad* l^lh over the
tlons with a straight pencil line H ning .loth.
'"'< ...gonal twills raqulr. sank
rig'the1"

WbM ;
erable confusion In the minds of
some pe-iple as U> tin axaot mean-
iiur of thl- term Nap moanj tlud
Bban of some fabrics lie
In one direction on Hie surface.
This will ..he .i difT.-ient j.ipc.ir-
1* shading to the cMh when
Worried about your Hair!
ocgonK gat ' ,^mm\'\~7
Tkg piUwi ~*~- j_rA
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Silvikrin mil
J at II 1 1 I Bh ^^
fToni
svaip r-. i
nI ....
.
oowaaA-'ii
I .I u I t '
ughout the garment Occas-
ii see a design with the
...

meoay effect. Also diagonal
twiM ukl
hail 11
down. The diagonal twill
twii one
'
u paid i- dot
'v::..;:;. "";;;;:,, --
m.ii tun it
all pattern Pqtotg rou*t lw cut in
the i-iine direction tot nap nbrlci
*o that the nap v. ill run Ihg IsM
way throughout the dress.
When purchasing material It is
always best to turn tsV cloth
around in a good light to deter-
mine whether u baa nap. "
* ken
you lire laying out four pOttorn
..i.-ure cai-efiilly
fi fli your straight of f
-
-'k we Will
OB Idnt mi the cutting and
haniillng of strips and plaids.
will usually need to buy addi-
fa..r;%ssim stopRww
IHstrin.iiialiou
In ColtHiics
Hi
Kennel
nap. Then
as to how much extra oaataejal
yog will need a-, tliu. would var>
mainly according lo your dies*
design. To be sure of nsjishaauM
nap fabrics in the most I
cal way you shutild lay out ynui
pattern pieces in u space the
with of ihe material you are
buyingand with all the pateoi f^m mcni-V "
running the some W on tin Plough plans to liiUesluce a bill
cloth then measure the length you , Utv ||,ia4.. f Con
will need. These is usually a lot 1(bol(th raouu dUcrimli
of waste Id cutting nflp fabrics H Ihr ^ontga Today brought him
this feature eliminates the pussi- .(, Chanot to do io Da was one
billly of dove-tailing pieces to vf the luokv tW<
I ...i by ballot to present a
Velvet Is one of the be,t known flv.ltl. mcnilnT, bill to PrlU-
and moat used or the nap frabrlcs. {Vtcni
The pattern pieces shim Id be
placed on the light side of velvet Mi Brockwi.v laid me he will
nd the pile should run up. This auck legal ..
will give the dre- ,,.',, oiuui whl he will he able to
I uld Ix- used raci i di^rnniiMtton n
IntUad of pins to prevent n hi
and basting should be dono with |%
-Mlk thre.id. WJun you silt, h tin-
'is best to have your lum
:hlne stitch a little longer Jl
n usual. Use raaodoi and sent
rd aaainot too tiiiht tensions, rein
id outside stitchinu on velvet Ogea
IlllliniU-
t t ill I dim i know exael-
' fther I shall be able t.....vcr
i hole subject; there may be
11) i.e said.
i | ;>i -ii.ii.u I*- i rt>
to ihe Houar, when H
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not a (native->ou cao take it
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Drop oe or rwo ubUu into a
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It Ke.p A .apply of qui.kSCUOa;
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Look t the BCCF diaplay
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V
\\ i.SII<>lIX>\YIN2NDTi:ST YESTERDAY'S CRICKET peculiar classifications
(,'arlion Making (irvat liitl lor
1951 Championship
By O. S. COPPIft
*TMU.
I \ -. .. in Tt>i aaatcb

.
fMB^ ltd with
W^^ r I mi lot the Second Teal.
Wm.
I
the nxtun m nu doubt thai
tioddard would have Uecn MMnpatahl to pl.itv Hum in pic-
Mpartmaatattoo u quartan boa ling
Bog M.inhaU.
POPl I.Alt SKTTLEMLNT
THAI' tWUUJ LtH -aa ih- ajuastlOO of ntftfig ih.- ppf*ftMJ pair
must Ue construed by ttir majority of Ihinking cnCfcM fans aa
having bam popularly
But the quution ai to whether skipper Goddard with the npe-
rlenec whleh he had Rainx! in : r.u ragvd io hu living
mpelled to bowl Kamadhln ana f
ing the superhuman, wuuld include a pace bowler. Jon<*> obviously,
of Roy Marshall was
OBQ this distance and certainly thi- lohlUOO I
easy way out, by way of prediction.
AT MARSHALL'S EXPENSE
J T WM obvious that if their i be made
at lb* tgpSOM of our OVB. R One school of thought
argued, quit* n ill had ahowod
Mime pi jKiyed and had
cenlury to boot.
Tmo
n$ Mii ball in Um Fust IVst as batsman at number
d been amply |

dinVit-ri from ii it i Hial they
.
How hoot supporter* I
I although i
Marshall's achh
maintain that whenever he is selected in a Test team to bat at number
eight, such Test team is an unbalam
mist EM8PLACB BATSMEN
HE ghotdd diaplaea Rao < or in the Oitt plaas, >t failing
that dismiss WMta I tt or Chrl Uani But when
all the bora names art Included, and are sent In to bat before Mar-
shall, then the learn ha .'nlallsatlon nor
thru*t.
I mtis; themron command Goddard end bia eleeUon eornrnlttae
for having Included Prtoi Jones m what really is Marshall's piece
inclusion ui.i t the tail begins higher up in the
West Indies' neck of course, but it do.-* mean that tail wagging by
Unilwall, Bill Johnston and Company wtU ftST* to be done In splto or
u quick clever pace bowler like Joins who has shown the l*st bats-
men thnl the West liiciit have produced WS1 " OaBtUT)
that he can bowl gmiuialolj negative to make runs at
the happy rale that has earned tbatn
Wiiii icvei srtcketabi hand Australia are lUll 2:11 runa behind Iha
West Indies' lotal In my opinion the West UMUl '.-ill -. ..r.rly ><
afforded lucri an opportunlta f"i defeating Au traUa again as this one
that has presented itself now.
THE batsmen have i) itch betting P
norhasthex .....t the taam
himself With the glorj of having scored the ' <" Iha
lour. Bui the batsmen hove batted ami ma bowlera who did not let
us down in the first Teat mutt maintain the .'talus SJU0 and /<
Indies' in follows as the night tin- da]
Goddard has pressed Into aa com-
pared with his almost exclir i\ 1 ! l; 'hin ami Vuletitim- in
(he Fust Test.
This Is a healthy sign .mil II baa borne fruli
Jones having each bagged a wtcfcei that would somewhat DOfTDallj
bavfl bean marked down lot acquisition by Pamadhln and Vuientino
in the Fir I T. t
I fcl that the West Indies will win this Teat but if they do not.
an opportunity like thla will aoarcely u- praaentad to them by the-
Australians thla tour before the issue of the Rsbbag has been well and
truly decided.
IM>U \l(l> WIN
MY congratulations go out to Winduard for having carried off tho
intermediate roni|'titioti f"i the I9S1 B.C. A. Season.
It is of note t" mention ri Iha Barbadoa Regiment who lost this
competition last year b] I have lost H I" Windward this
year by a margin similarly perplexing.
in the First Division the fight seems to have resolved IteeU Into a
fight between Carlton. leadera since the season opened and Empire
who are milv ' from them Pickwick and Wanderers
who follow In the order mentioned are Dot aanstlj Out "f the nmaj|l|
but still their chances are so slim as to remove them from just out-
M tKKMI\ I ill II 1,1 ,
Iff \i: 1 \\
lla. riMun t'ollege Ut. Innirus M
sf-"U,i 1st Innlni* < I
Williams "was Carltot
1 He I
kata for 73 runs in
overs. Fast bowler G. W Edghiifl
Mkl" M gotVwo'wlckeu'for 40 runs In It
I ix-rfoiniancea by over*. He bowled four maidena'
K. E. Walcott and 1^ F. Harris K A Creenidge got one wicket
of Spartan were chiefly leapon- 20 runs and Ihe other was run out!
2S.\"TuSS. "SSU^ swr!S&.-,MPt
,n dlvMio,, flxTur,- 1.1 V.1T.C-. (It wkU)
Uticn'a Pvk yMtrrdav .ttw- i'i'i""W""t ........
ESL In Ihc r^mlni'mlnuir. VMPC. d.umued C.mbj.
Icfl lor pl. Spn.n HOTt'd M ' < '"I'""'; ground, .!
lloliB for Sp.rt.n. Ilvn. "*<> "** '"' " ,0" <"
three of
1 lens and Walcott
ptured ." similar MH
. tiled without the uses of]
Ipnaa Grant,
i .7,.' ,r,.," 11 f.,.r7 -nc pacer'Frank King, who were.
on a perfect wicket. The open- Xil XI
batsmen Hope and Worm* ym.PC'i
I still included 1
1 pacer G. Archer, tak
wickets for 23
Are Barbados9 Two-Year-Olds
Better Than Trinidad's
By BOOKIE
pitfcl'A RATIONS fur the T.T.C. Christmas Qxlure
a7 are going ahead apace and when the entries close
nagd Tue^lay we can confidently expect that a record
will be made. The original Provisional Programme 1
which I discussed some weeks ago, has been made the
Jfflclal one without any changes. The total stakes of I105.41KI arc well
Mstnbutcd and. as I said before, there is no individual stake to be
sneezed at in any race. It is only left for the Sweepstake to break
|all !<-cords now and owners will be able to add a ubetanUal tlOO per
inlw eacl Lake thai ihvj ^ain. Th (lovernoi 1 Cun. tm uMtanca,
ail) prooabl> 1 > worth 3.t00 to the winner.
Looking at the prospects from the point of view of the Barbados
.oniingent u will perhaps be found that the opposition which ttv
"ill encounter will be In most caaee very formidable indeed. 1 am not
uuite sure of the exact number that will comprise the lot but so far
most- going over should Include the following: Best Wishes, Cavalier.
'ho Heat T tr.Ju: Z*L~*^m. tl3rtm** 0,nf ovw anould Include the following; Beat Wishes, Cavalier
had haw? ?Ve"^a-^.nli^S held^V,r""" Llnl- <** **> ***l "d Viceroy from Hon. V. C. Gale',
than flva ,' w VT^Ifh s^nt dnwn four ^,r'nB' Tooiy' Lu,lwl" "* Yaameen from Mr. Tommy Edwards
21E **?frtoj>*tt and Knt dQWn ,our,stable., Mary Ann from Mr. Bethels lot while this gentleman will
gav their team a good sand off
by putting cm 65 for the
Wli ket. The Park team
bowIeiST'bator! tm? r^nerahln ^T&JF"" """ ^"--------------'.atablea. Mary Ann from Mr. Bethel's lot while this genilcnu
wl* h?krn I*nneranip maidens .w-.V.^ ** '"k"'- '" ** r Hon. J. V. Chandler. Mr. M. E. H.
*Ke,r walcott did the trick ..V n^b^^
when Worrne edged one of his r Austin another pacer, and in() tMs |lud -nd Mr Vulor Ch;x wiui^do^l)^ nd Pie
deWies and wnket k.^per ,pmner E. Branker who took two WaJ ^ My Li)tVV n navc nol hculd wnal oueT horaeT huw Z
trrtfflOi made no mistake. He wickets each for 18 and 21 runs golng ,Ium JilcK Kleteher's lot nor whether Mr. Gill intends to patron-
nail cmtributeil a valuable 3U. Batting for Combermere, C, W. Smith filled the breach Wilkinson. 39 not out, and I
and assisted Hope in taking tho AHcyne. 20. were the only two STARTING al the top it is clear that with Lupinus, Mark Twain,
'4 when tho lattfT goi batsmen to reach the doyp^'ij iX-von Mai net. Ustara, While Company and All Smiles plus some
hin i>ad m front of onc fn>m ilguies. Wilkinson went In nisi n, w ontfc wno (rom jcpojt, wouia seem to be displaced chainpionn
id was sent back by wMBtt .lown and carried hU baj f,uin England, llUr contingent will have to caich as caU'h can and be
Use Ibw. rout*. His contribution through. Four Combermere bats- p|CMCa Wiin aj 0( the minor places which come their way. I do not
was 32, Inclusive of ..ne boundary, man <-re "ul for duck. wlfh to ^ peiuumuue but unless Nan Tudor can produce her btsl
Siiitti played good supporting 1. (ireenidge and B. Porter, pt (orini quite iraiikly 1 do not think we have anything to compare with
innings for 27 which also Inclu- Y.M.P.C. are 38 not out and 15 the giants in Trinidad. Nor would 1 say that dear Nan's condition
ded one boundary. out They were pushing the phases me. Ni vcrtheless, if not on the brilliant side I think we should i
Apart from these thro? bats- Y.M P.C. score along quickly, i*. able to count on Pretty Way as the consistent type. The Imntovad
man, Iha rajnaJndag taflad to YMI'f. with eight wicketa In Fuss Budget should also have a say in the B class races.
cop.- with the "Mows" of Harris hand, naad only 18 runs to -
and Walcott and with N. D. tabllsh a lir-t innings lead. In the creole classes our hand is nol as strong as ii might have 1
11 absent the innings closed 1 .n 1. 1 ft, LODGE been. The mosi notable absentee is Dunqueruue. This filly would |
fi-r 98. pnlke .............. ' have undoubtedly been favourite for the classic Breeders' Stakes and it
Spartan opened their inning. Idge ifer wkt.) ........ 41 is one of the most unfortunate events in West Indian rating that she
with S T. Griffith and N Wood, At the end of yesterday's play will not now have her chance to add her name to the lial of winners
bill artth onlv ....Y.n uu Oat tins, a the match between Police and of this famous event. The cause of this 1 can only imagine must be I
Mr. Headley had Wood back in the Lodge School at Lodge. ')> her classification by the T.T.C. who have promoted her to fc class ;
the pavilion for five. L. F. Harris St hool needed 27 runs to lead their Aa 11 is the considered opinion of most people in Barbados that she
I'lined Griffith and this pair by
careful bailing took the score to all iheii
38 and were still together when
slump* were drawn.
tinfflth |i 13 and Harris 18.
enougn to win in D and class against the older horses
> point in sending her just to race in the Breeder.' Stakes.
MPUfl fa. PH KUH K
I'kkwtrk ,
Kmplre (far I wkt.)
Um Bn'
...... wickets intact.
Police won the too. and decided
lo bat on a good wicket. Their In this matter of classification by the r.T.C. of two-year-olds
openers B. Klnch and C. Black- which have raced in Barbados It is evident that Ihey consider two-
man Dut on 33 runa before the year-old racing in this Island to be of a much higher standard than
- This is the only explar
persisted with in the last three years. Let us examine
partnership was broken, but after t 1. In Trinidad This is the only explanation for the peculiar policy
thla there was hardly any beta- *I}ich they have
*i
for 87 runs in thai) DM ]hmn^-
yesterday the first day
cricket match t Bank Hall. When
stumps an pire had
lost one wicket and scored Hi
run. with Robinson 39 run* not ,u",s\
"ni ami f. Taj l 1 1 uaa.
The two Intercolonial left
this thck.---------------- -
to offer any measure of re- ">* facts,
islame. The team were soon
'J won the first Nursery Stakes at our August meet-
will disguise the fact that she did so with ridiculous
'""' lam C Hluckman 17, H Kinch ease. The judge, said it was Oy 13 lengths. However, the next race
lfi and D Morris 11. dflV sne wai **">" by a short head by Colleton when allowing him a
Mr V T McComle was the mos lot of weight. She raced again in November and won the Trumpeter
l-.wler taking 4 for 15 Cup. She did not race again before Christmas. Her scor. 3 starts.
" Efcta thc'"pavihon* only "having IN 1MB Bow Bell
Bin bowlara dlarrdiaed Hcstwlck ^/eVrJns Chief contrihulon. ling and no
1 sr. on
By the close of olay I-odge's
'___.->__^... f^Viuumim and *^
"* I ; ZZL. nZ^u, ,d Al Artma in August and SeptcmU
,; SS^& 41 Zr0n the W-vecrest msporting themselves. They
4 ^npire--A. Holder and ^^w'tSoll log!?ChaJK 22J"*, M"h ",h" ,K-"
id M
score board
1 being 11
ray 23.
B.C.L. v, B.C.A.
e saw Lazy Bones and
h raced twice without '
id in each case In their
d outing they carried the full weight of 126 lbs., with which
weight, incidentally. Bow Bells had been unsuccessful against Colleton.
Lazy Bones won his first race by many lenghts with ridiculous case.
mid the second one without any undue trouble. Wavecrest did not
win so easily but moat critics regaraed him as the belter of the two
B.t'.L. _., because It was thought his opposition was tougher. Their scores:
B-C.A. (for the lea. ef one *" 2 starts each. 2 wlnj each,
A Itlackman who scored six
Came the T.T.C. classification for the Christmas meeting. Where
Bow Hells? In E2. Where were Lazy Bones and Wavecrert? In F.
In 1950 Best Wishes won two races at the Barbados August mect-
g. One a Nursery Stakes with an allotted weight, the other a handl-
174
h other, won both thel:
li. Kingwere UMdufj

Wick's first inniniiN winch ended
hjtt before lunch. King bowled
rarnarkablj wall and Holdai bi
'I:.- otnar end had the batsmen
in two minds. King's analysis was
13 overs, one maiden. 29 run* and ^ "two" fours In a hurri-
four wickets, Holders seven point """ ^"igVof 49 was the chief
-. two maidens, 15 runs ane inninga "'". in_
*" .on-.i.bulor o the^B.C.L^ n.at^^
1.....'" "' **9 unk Batter and V G ''^ Xlurdal Starnonax She did nol race again before the Breeders' Stakes. Her .core: 2 start..
h..i:L".""";. *l".' lllacknum. a pace bowler, scored 2 wins.
Pick
ona 1 ad with wicket
Irottar longeoreii for im ic
1 t M whBa 1 V'ilyj't
K3ni who wanl at run- *.* tbW?*
Wtri?'run.'n 'hC bi>Wn* 0rdr ';:: **
The Empire tl< .
T' He came in I" ,llt same year in Trinidad Hock Diamond
ai for the loss ** Arima and Zeaglc the second in which he was nol entered. On
He soon had the third occasion all the two-year-olds came together and Rock
Diamond won with top weight of 126 lbs. This time there
lag)
.Ide the realm s of impossibility

1 IHM DIVI8ION
W01
W. :. La | 1st. .
Carlton 7 s 1 9
Mln 7 4 1 1
Pickwick 8 2 9 2
v. 7 1 0 >
College ----- 7 2 2 2
Spartan It .; 1 9
Police 7 1 2 1
Combermere ti 1 3 1
Lodge ..... 7 u 4 1
YJd.P.C. .. 0 9 4 1
MF.ItMl.lllAir (Won by WI
Windward 7 1 1
Regiment 7 3 1 3
Cable & Win 7 2 0 2
Empire .... 7 1 1 3
Spartan ----- 7 1 1 0
Pickwick 9 1 2
Cantal 11 7 1 4 I
Wandarai 7 9 3 1
SECOND IIP moM
9 5 II 3
Police .... f 5 9 2
IOTWIH d . 4 1 3
Carlton 9 4 9 2
Lodge ..... 4 3 1
Collect- ----- 9 1 1 5
Cent id 19 2 ft .'
Foundation !l 1 4 2
Y M 1' ( 9 0 3 3
Pickwick 8 9 :
:.i 9 3 0
R 8 9 4 (i
IVi-
Points enl
31 73.81
28 66.66
20 ft.S5
22
19 4.V24
15 ti <;
12 28 57
It I7.T1
ft 11.99
4 11.11
> 28
27
21
1 "" :Z ";. murk Diamond won with lop weight or 120 lbs. This lime mere was no
he total paw Ihe l*nt"^ rA question about who was the best in Trinidad since this third race
M. Hope, who """'" *r provided the answer. Rock Diamond's score: 2 starts, 2 wins. Zca^leV
C. DePeza and W. Clarse
nitd 19 each,
plre against the bowling of King Bowling lor BC-J; "r"*{<& a yas.iv improvia rwrav. m * -
UM Mnketl Botl nSWlttl d K 'an,kJ" ^ 8 lengths pulling up but established
Ihamaarvea In and tnada Jme tntaa wickets each for 19. 44 and racC t|ll| m_eeUng. Those *
.luck in tho Held at time, and
u fair crowd m Bvo catches !-0 Sobc _
obegjting. Hunto and Hobinson "llL '
onanad UU nr.t Inmngs for Em-
agalni.i Um bowling of King
At the Barbados November meeting Cross Roads, who had run
3rd and 4th it the two races which Best Wishes won In August, was
vastly Improved horse. He not won only the Trumpeter Cup by some
"da record for this race. He did not
H IcsmU earn iot i, ------ratc again at thla meeting, inosc who saw him racing then could not
aSd^rini Z, Sn 29 respectrvely. _, decide which was the better between himself and Best Wishes. The
ICscor? hid reached 24 CiS Vcl, went to the wicket yM,,loni wh(, ,, best two-ycar-old racing in Barbados was there-
Hunte who aPiare,l to DO eager ahca^fc/ bef->ie 5.00 P-"1^*",,, 'ore left unanswered.
1,1 Voyi'!.tlt^ uZv runs for tho But the T.T.C. felt they had the answer. Their classifleabon for
lir wicket. K. Branker the Christmas meeting was: Best Wishes in E2, Rock Diamond lit F.
clean bowled by Rudder for Cross Roads in F. Zeaglc in F2.
,, tain stopped play 10 mill
by wicket keepei 1 ott. *L- later they were four rurisjor the
trying to lift a boll from F. Hoad ''**
verhead.
14
||
Tavwr followed, him and aftci OtU ,111-,
a -haky start was undefeated ,,,,,, kul b v waMS
with 29 runa. The other not out u Kt-i-n b f. Kia
batsman la Robinson who had 39 C. nPt e rn-T fc.K.BT*Bh*'
1 um to his credit.
WWIlHtm.S n. CARLTON
iVanderer. (for 7 wkta.)____ III
Wanderers won the toss against
^mlton vistcrday, elected to bat.
and stayed at the wicket all day
to .core 181 runs for the loss of7
wicket...
A. ON. Skinner who went at
number live played a brilliant in-
nings of 49 and at the end of play
If M was still intact.
The opening! pair. Noman Mar- -
hall and w. h. C Knowies gave
k*an a good first wicket n< *-n
start of 51. Marshall was eventu- a AJMSf
ally out for 26 and Knowies for 32 k BnnkOT b 11 ..1.1.
Proverbg who went one down N "" '"" ***"
cored 23. D. Mayer, scored 17 ToU11 ur 1
and Packer 21. ii.idrr o, i
JK1
I I K ,. b V w.10
... 1, .1 K 1 b V K 11. k. fnuu
II l-l.l. 1 Qrant a r. Kin.
HI;..-kT1UI o r Km.
II .1.1.1 1. K llrar^k.
*' ean t iitraa V. Wl 11 b PKlllipa
Total IIUWUNG ANAl.V-.ls O. at. s a 1
r PMIIlpa
1 Kins
r llrankvr 3 0
V WaMb) ii 1
J
K 11 3
tEHE we are in 1851. Cavalier wins the first two-year-old race in
Barbados in August against his own sex. April's Dream wins the
second, a race for fillies only. In the thiod when they all meet In a
:t handicap event Bright Light is the victor with an 8 lb. allowance from
I April's Dream. Dunquerque meanwhile ha. run third twice, the
ia second lime with a 13 lb. allowance from April's Dream and 5 from
l\ Bright Light.
Next we have the Arima meeting where Drury Lane wins the
'- Nursery Stake, with Gallant Rock second and Gallant Rock wins the
^ Nursery Handicap with Drury Lane second. Gallant Rock, incidentally.
114 carried the top weight hi the Handicap.
On to the Barbadoa meeting Just completed and Dunqueruue wins
, three and Cavalier one. On two occasions Is the latter beaten by the
j former. The final scores: Dunquerque: 5 starts, 3 wins, 2 thirds,
0 Cavalier: 5 starts. 2 wins, 3 time* unplaced; Bright Light: 2 starts.
J 1 win. 1 second, April's Dream: 2 starts, 1 win, once unplaced.
II So we come to the T.T.C. classification. Dunquerque. as mentioned
above. Is placed in E2, Bright Light and Cavalier in F and April
' Dream and Gallant Rock are left in F2. But didn't April's Dream win
1 a stake rare beating Bright Light? And didn't Gallant Rock win a
handicap carrying top weight? Well what docs one have to say about
* a clasdftcation like this? Well, ah .. Well, ah . WELL!
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Y. DECEMBER !. li;,l
m m>\\ invm vu
HM.h HSI
W.I. In Good Position
Although Hassett
Was Dropped
FrM HAROLD DALE
SYDNEY, Dec. 2.
i-MJ.1
pLlCfeM to-
*** ll4UMUr ***>
.ng awai
win- Moildwi *(ul A sPSBBg >
..ye* 3, no-bells mm. ToUi S6i He bad on* lip and lb* ntl o
Auaaies Bat rv li.ki m a hawwh
The weather had cleared wUn half*-> to the boundary - i
Murru io4 Archer cum out W they could neither cluck sawg*.-*
open. Morns, ha* a aupantuiaa nor cm oil tours. The ue* sag* v i
about taking str.kv MM always his sole hop,- of .iwbB. we .'.
avoids lha job, so youa* AivOa* meant his wieket-maang pas iilt.il
faced Prior Jones. Four rua- wa etrtualto oil *mi a* scusfag
nmr from his flrst uver u *vhn.h no he was still finding hu length aad rhrnumrstal Catch
III MMMt 'HI**
ll I
(oto>g
I yet lacked his fail pace.
Gome* at the ether end im-
medi.idy began pitching the ball
But for a missed catch off Hassett. the West Indies mitfht ***'! "P mi Axcber bad to drug
now have Auatral.a m a desperate poemon. But Haagelt **<> '""X" *\(uft,f,"m1 * HaM who wu. >now|p< tua he-
lived on to make a soUd contribution to the clow score oi 3 cfT^eh*'J? lr01 ?,.?- '* >*
for 131 which once again means that immediate advantage ^mg ihrou* iw fast and "SH "", ,hrT"*h, ^
his slipped from the islanders. held Archer to most rigid de- c^e^ J^ ho3S
However thev have the week-end weather that tnav work f*m7** ,. stu
for them and certainly they are on do worse thaa level u (rQfn'SLiT *mS^u uvrt hl" Xmrr,Uc ""
teems. Indeed they can yet easUy swing the game round ZSeiStiStZW*to^Ul"SS *
iheir way. A lot will depend on the period before lunch on had coma to to aim -nd Jones tell gjj T.* orTVii "
Monday. with the ball escaping from hli |uU '.. ;,; Uic ,tw;i n ^ hjnd
In overcast weather with a little but defend. It was lucky for fingertips.
promise of light showers to coaae them that their foe was not armed
thetr
Ooddard and Oomex t*g.
task ot consolidating th
dies overnight total. The day was
at cold as yesterday had begun.
and aiost of the 18.000 rmwri had
brought rugs and blankets.
ITem tba start of the game
neither Clcddard nor Comes fel'.
th the new ball for the awing
t In- he imparts to it would have been
probably too great a menace for
them to conquer.
Kiiiii Would flat
Better
Been
After this hour iced drinks ware at hat beat pai
It was a most difficult owner
if a chance it was. but with Mm ,,,, jy^^ it
rto only nine it i-iscd aB*aB- K .., ,.,,,..
Hon.
Expectation w pi-ouipiiy i .
isad. Jonas' rtfth over was a .j,,.
superb piece of bowling ex- ,,, nll ,,.,.. (town Ifct tilch ,
celleiit length, on the stumps and h
.\;..
at liberty u take -ny actton that brought out I dont beheva them the slightest touch on
night warm themselves. They
began by watching every ball oi
to th* bat while Ltndwall using
the ball now old. worked up to
his best pace
JoiuwUe* laceruin
At the other end Bill Johnston
setTtiad uncertain just what role thoughts Into their heads
to adopt. He was torn between Both batsmen having
ris gaini"
one th.''
iuc htm "'
fir wet<
any rule about tnttmldatinK rose quickly ami I
batsmen by giving UMm wU "C enquiry welcomed WslCOttl A> (,. ||-..i'. t
drinks on a cold day but I am clean automatic catch 1
certain thit both would have given The umpire's linger *cl UP ,
-11 the iced drinks on earth toi and Morris ha>l gone lot II. Mmns ,.,. t(
fH)roe hot rum from their native < Walcolt b Jones. 11 1 lor m kasplte the abaaoc<
islands. Maybe I am putting my The West Indies had beg.in in of ,.,.... ,, m ,,..
langi
ers tn an
the field with obvious keen ten- _
, doubt skin und in a full spirit oi itU
and Hight and obviously shuddered after such refreshment neuaure beamed from Jo'
I offered. (
doubted whether the wkekat would
take spin should he fall back on ed and runs Immediately began tn
his stock of leg breaks. Conac- OssM more quickly. Gwddard'a
queatly he served up a mixed yob nea! leg glance brought him steady
of bawling occasionally startling profit while Comer scorched out
Gonarz wth one that came over the off side of the wicket and
with, all the strength of his sent the agile Archer dashiag
shouWers. and then trying to float along the off boundary to cut fount
I Into the wind. into twos. In 04 minutes Um pi.
ill- aa the whole team came to 1
higher pitch of readiness.
' face ,., .

wasn itfDtaw
M -
Archer lint
Hassett caused some pause to
ibis tiger-uke isWtntnfl
blood by sweeping the first bar
Horn Jones for four. He took a gj^1 j
single oil the next ..ikI M had qm,
Gojticc Is of the very character had added 50. a notable achieve- just begun to speculate M ItM
great valu of another wicket U t .
this stage and how little it could 01
be expected when Cmnc* moved
one away from Archer.
Archers bat went alter it and
Weekes squatted with lus le't "e*i
hand extended and the ball tck- f',
nig firmly m his linger., uot mo:
than four inches above the grasa. ""i-i
.itch of the highest Offdei
an instant qulcki-
Archer ft Weekes b.
relief ot mceuag a man who typica Jnn>ng>. A puU for two by 00^, M Two wickets for |f.
bowb leg break, which altbouah Go^djr^ brw,|? u *. -^^ w. noahuuj short ot what
they turn hardly at all could Mill o Team Without bonwt ]m pradtwen would call "colga-
to aaeet such mixture. He him- ment and an example to the
-If has a wide mixture of ability Impetuous of their brothers now
and patience to sort things out in the pavilion. The hope now was
Ilka an old lady untangling wool that they could last out the whole
in her work basket. sesson before lunch. Hole, who had
Bill Johnston therefore found Rot rid of Christiani in yesterday's
that all his efforts met with an last over was brought on to see
appropriate defence and when he if he could repeat she trick but he
had run out of Ideas Hassett eould not and went off in favour
brought on Ring. Gomez wal- of Ian Johnson's inteittgem off
corned this change with a straight *"",/*f tV*'s * came up* lak" -
drivon four probably from the "* before Iwich a priceless and thought
relief of maeoag man
b |*M
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Laadwall Strikes (odnard valiantly was q.uicku> closed. Not wicket or anything of that sort.
Goddard at the other eud the ktust oi Luiuwall 1 value to keen nalding and good oowlmg.
adopted the part of anchor. He ink- Australian side is thai ne u But next wo bad the shock of
refers to himatb? m true way, and certain death to Uil-enauis. n astonishing triumph tui
modestly dlsclaimmgly much hope Against uicuiutu paca off ^puineis to disaster. Hassett had seven and
of making runs, declared he feels in* lowly baiameu have hopes ol the score was 91 when Jones
he can stay when wanted. He un- a few lusty clouts that will bring humped him a short one that flew
der estimates himselfhe gets m a welcome bag of niiai at thw over tiny Ijndsay'* head. Tiny h"
runs as well but this morning he last minute. They have no such may be. but Lindsay waved his
certainly stayed. hope agauisl landwall his speed bat above biro like souicoi '
Ho faced Lindwall with all the js too great for the unpractised jng goodbye to mother. Hi- lull
certainty ha showed when he ilrat batsmen to get any sight of the ball Mucked the ball and it went antl
met htm and after half an hour ul au< t maalgB liead-higli to Walcolt.
anyone entering the ground would Gome?. tiuuc should u a His lcli ii have tuppaead he was wascruad worldwide cricket sjoaan -no team Um ImII slipped out Kg
the two openers. They were cor- should be without a Gomez" both hands and tried to clasp it
rect. studied and apparently Ma- mrvived only a little whiie. Hill agamal Ins chest He fell to his
movable. So immovable Indeed Johnston cunc ort wlin thc new knees and juswled deai.'rab I- -
that Lindwall llnally hurtle*. baU and ln me ihlrd over aftcr he finished face dowuwarda on th.
he ball beside him.
was a miss th4% proved ter-
meraly riklar expe
- stage
landslide.
Bui it Wag not I
Ifamej ith his instai.t .
/inkling feet now Joined WIUl
I ib. Haasett m a prolific stand
No Aid To Spinners
For the Aral time OB thu* tour
Ramadhin wag brought on and
taken off after three over* in
favour of Jones The truth wag
the wicket would do nothing for
.spinners and the effort to get somo
turn fU producing I r.igtfed
length Hassett and Harvey took
comfortable boundaries off him
Valentine suhVn-i 111 the samo
Eytlr Iiitrrviev.s
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DUNLOP
in
... ....,.... '"-"' ..-...-- D4IU na ln me inifa over ain-r no nm
down j very short ball al God- Iuneh 8pparcnlly having di'kpulc- ra*s
dard. Goddard half ducked and ^ of arrlvlnI at any successful It v.
the ball .truck him un the meMur<, canoun he tnly ribly ,-..-
shoulder landv-ill was immUale- bovl.tau >UM-Il G<,,tt was Three for JI HI UK*
d.S^r.'.nh?eh,h,S,hsiS; - '- SSS '- '-
balU
with sreat dujoit, aiul ...v.ly r- " ; JS? *j ** ,.
r j pQ, his boot id front was also out low
Alter one hour lb. sent, had J"""'" W*??.""-r*'tl "'
nn only by runs and doubt J**- Rama-Miln made a few hooe-
was beginning to creep in a. to 'ul swipes at UndwaU but luted
whaancr the purpose of merely only throe balls and was bowM
ttSl in ihould not now be Rammilim bowlMUndw.il 0.
modified and attentl'm paid to the Nine for l>. Goddard made a
need for runa. Slancina- stroke lor two and was
Against UndwaU however, wbo next excellently cauifhl .1 first
was bowling a number of balls slip. Goddard caught Ian John-
that kept low. It was obvious that *>n bowled BUI Johnston 3J
Ooddard and Gomez eould do Valentine not out. 0. Byes 12. leg
and
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rAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 2. 1M1
i vim
OR HOW TO BE A SUCCESS-BY
THE VERY SUCCESSFUL MR
DAVIES OF CARDIFF, WHO
LIKED DRESSING UP
MALI oi.M THOMSON
was
ring

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The story varies little,
i~ The Rat In
: lk-i|(hton or Glam-
orous Night* in l34 -I "
i Use imp* ara
different, Zmm\
r.,rcU-j, Rapture,
lii-arm* the rrjaiaaksj
Isstj *rr living l4*rlhrf"
I'.k^ thai MU1 __
anil Zcna Dear In KhiaV
. la -Ting the
I avaUWTf" **ss '
Uul .1IU < uf
i nn pn
.i (iMnw-aiior oy acci-
:.. liked wearing
n-d the
the great house* of
land The name of his first
.

llMt "hen meeting latttei
was U> earn I
: 'ually

W >RLD COPYRIGHT
H FUSF.lt VED
L.E.B.
1 ,

I
Thla task took him SO yi I I' i .
B -omcthtng wai
time. when saving anTOng, something was
than no*. In thl "read and
pwahaasVlMd C177.0UU and butter was there, cakes galore.
paid 1^4.000 ir, ux trawbwrlM and
< count -
He was educati
dalenCulU*-* ii ., -.,, p, ,.
-but "ftM .., an rgJ[ for
| irjBA1?1^ "....... ...... ''' ' ""- "'
I
Ivor dnpplng >> '/.
i 'darlings.'" yet u U iSO vage-t
Such can or forgiven to one
He did more. He who had -'"*' !* a quirk 15.-
wrota them up every night in 000 with Keep The Home Urea
l... dressing-room Burning, which, in some turvlg.i
Bid) Wits after all. bis cOUtltTMl iitcsts the giouiHi_________________
ompanion. wlio arttB the British I _,_ -.- _
ho dancing years National Anthem. / #ir> i.nurVll \ Hit
'trod li.1 le-turea Tha rtag< called, CorjtUnee
and (with UN help of a hand Colti.-r and he put on tiMta pits Tilt* lillilv
mirror bJgld at the proper angl- tii.jihun, witb 372 *" ****-
M precious |>ronle was un- |a. 4& of thatr joint capital, o
almost untouched,Jay' An eminent oramatist bcg*vo ,.f -,. church Is the emphasis
i I hand. ,.,. puces on Hols Bert]
in tho draattnf-roon, too, was .,, ., | njani dally uae ana maJua
opaakaa winch brought t..... (. 0t n The readings Era
hun (mm the stage the words i .....U- itible every day include tn<
and music of the play, his word kod it up lessons which are at least tho*''
his music which he v.i>ul over to Mine If ,,i, the grarno- throbbing hOOft w on his way as well as the Lections used at
vhiio lha been ran down U|. the daUy busOb. Tsiare i, ., com-
his cheek- Hal admiration was ji wan < jimrnry not without nion opinion, quite Offtsneoul and
wus shared by Jolts, There was the a denial of the plain facts how-
i. ad thousands outside, bjdeotBi daj wheo Su Oerald du .-v.-i, that the cimnh ihlee off the
woeaan. mainly middle- Maurhn lelused at the ver> Bible Nothing could be mora
class, his Public, his Tyrant. Lnat tDtkWU lo produOl Tin- untrue and nothing could be
Tha buoUg Whkh erai sUiK-kedi i ,,,11, fUmri. When EUi- Granger from the nature of the
f ri Itself. The Bible is the
i Uarltii whai have youlfcei pan be did not Chureh'a Booh It la hi
..1 when he wortK,ndcrsund it -nd when Iv the life of Christ and tta hjau-
(but ,' ., beard, and mshed ofl U Wnn lo U.....1 eanre for the aalvatlon of the
liiK-kecli Tiutii 0 un
KfcRei would
y*tu 1 pen
1 aranff,
..ti in
1 owy Lord j,.... 1,,, crtM, "wnsn >><.
The Happv ,, you poor fJ*f
'" * *i darling?" and all wa eventually i->'anieni.
. itt, khe anclenl
>1 the Old

George lieu in
- h,. pushes
. bis Mrtrila. (The pi... .,hi. Bn-Mj,, church has alwaya
was not a success.) v/hjll ,,, Mi> panonaJ quail- (>l,.w.lo,i n,i ^tood by a Bibii-
onejll Kuniunlii- ties of his highly sue h.i-m. and the readlnri
The lyrunny was alter all not businessman Irom r.nciitT' Ha ttom the scriptures In the English
unpleasant. Did ho really a W. *tth a gn guafla in her services goto
t grow ,, iiioustarlieT Was it har.n. i I with a justify her IruUstence on mielli-
I a whole band- Xeellng to, Bent and thoughtful w..r-lu|> t.
ftU '" his ha ,..... out by Disliked FfMB Air JSilJlViit
ruthh-ss devotee .1 L-Jd?_____ |: &*"(
|vn Novell,, was an hones< trH. nrsl quallflceUe-i t> r tin- fr,ini ,Ln ltihln at
H. was aUo Ih.vld Me a love of drcsslng-up. He ,, ". ^V9t 1?,^
,v'" "I custom la almost gone, hut the
^q^.o.wr% the n h,^ Cloapal and Iputle to bo followed
gales M.Lowhnn,. [toed, I .ihrr.-j. ,.,,., [0, ixigane dn ,.. paahW In I
I
be the people In Eullah
tun,.. id- had lovi lunlon aervke la a le*t>
n. to the fai'
was a l" t 1 '"-1' boyt hut < eon indei binding must
He was generous, nceompany the olTering of WOT-
took lir W*ah Ledlef J. holr to , ,u. W1(, ,,,ver ship.
the World's Fair in Chlr-aip It ...,,,.,. ,.,1
ly tiino she mused , There is ever>' need in the age
"""r hi which we live lo recover our
ii. bad a deep a ol reven nee ha <; I
W* Wend, and to revive a firm faith
and no money aensc m elL butler kept bis golf clubs bcauti- in ti. value ..( reedlu 'i rlp-
i.v her son In hDCMefbUy pohahed. fhej rw pain lubjoctluj bhe
wild-cat scheme, she took to her ,. on lli* acrtptU
bed and threatened to s*fM sputtinff fr*
heiseir't" ,((.,th Sh# rim up Mg jii wii '"''r '"*
debts and raged whe,, lv .nn; them She ],h(l 1o Mr. MnrQu* Pop*
1 ill-box >nii0p|C youi lovel)
. father wa a muntdpel
id his mother
1
monilw after Ivor's birth Ma
aaaj not Ihe (
bet d d 'i> 1
a wheedling woman.
. '. idctis, touch ot genius
B.B.C. Radio
Notes
CLAUDtO AKKAI'
KKOA1K ASTS
llrillianl Chilean Piunisl
m
Chilean pianist, will be heard
i-Ntdcast In Ua
baa he plays ljsjf.
Piano Concerto No. 1 in E Bat
v.i.h the BBC S. mclumy Orches-
tra conducted by Sir Thomas
ileeeciam. Arrau is one of the
world's most travelled pianists
having toured all five continent*
-including a trip to the West
Indie,- where he gave perform-
ancesand to facilitate his
I ravel* and add lustre to his
country be* waa appointed Cul-
lunl Attache In the Chilean
Diplomatic Corps with a diplo-
-p'Mt He began to
play the piano without lessons at
the age of four, and at rive he
re his first concert in Santiago
1 When he was seven,
the Chilean Govemmei.'. im-
pressed by his talent, gave hun a
ten year scholarship to enable
him to study In Europe, he went
tiv and studied under
Martin Krause. a pupil
His broadcast, shown In the pro-
\i.l-, aaidssff the title
HBC Symphony Orchestra,' will
(- on the air at 8.00 p.m. on
Sunday. 2nd I>ecember
Drain uf (apluin Scotl
The other day we drew yum
to a programme on
exploration the fea-
lun pnicrnnune on Edward
lii the coming week the
HBC will broadcast another pro-
An'.i.Ih telling of
..f capuin Scot- Boom
years ago Douglas Stewart, a New
Zealand Journalist on the staff of
the Sydney 'Bulletin,' tmiBl
verse play for radio called The
Fur on the Snow.' It told the
heroic story of Captain Scott's
i1tu.11 to the South Pole
and was broadcast several times
b) the Australian Broadcasting
Commission. When Tyrone
dithnc visited Australia several
years ago with she 'Old Vic' ci
pany he came across Stewart's
radio play and was anxioui
produce it on the BBC. Thla
1 a to fruition and
11 will be heard in the General
Service on Wednesdii
next. 5th Die. at 9 00 p.m. TF
parl .t Beat! bi played by John
0 took the same role in
tha Sim of 'Scott of the Ant.m -
tic' and has spent months saturat-
ing himself emotionally and
uitelUs-tuallv in the literature and
f Scott and his ci
paidou
lha
I,Mori
V S h-
I ..nag 11
throw
book-oli **"*
to the severe testa
anil textual 1 nh. 1 mi
OOffBS "i > '"S"1 IS 'li--
thO Wheat wiiile we
ay the Una. To tonie
0 have diM-arded the
hall .imi lost the kcr
This is undoubtedly a considera-
tion which the scriptun 1
" j f.ithful ought to bear in mind. It
D *,'"-V to ,h-'' m I
her son's home, so that sbeo .. i^cornpanled by u daaallmi
might ring Hollywood when she jil>))k ,. ,, :.,
lined mi Pope now rapaj
' ': '"'..ir 10 fW^lpUrnenl with well padded
. ph, producln. a si %h&m
on wearing a crown "'' ^Jblurring of values through l* been give,, to her on r "' hctnlwrdmeal Of the , ( knowledge, The
MM! "ie ,m., kept falling of! l(le g^^ ^ y ^ J
and Ivor kept picking it up. .^rie* Nellie this, the match- hlls |WO_fo|d functhm and so
IhMBroetl lha aoor or nra .li|i(.-, every Christian with n
Bopa .,is.. eoneeyi CFod*i H0I9 Wordi thej
.1 Virtue |o .spread the Hi
''I- iJd) the intlueii" c4 1VI
toployally to his True Indeed even ChrJ
saiasman ol the Gospel but what
1 is selling Is faith m U>
and sad of l*ie Person of ChrW
id yueen * atUl 1 what he .aiu.-s In his
on and not only in a written
when 'l"'
She slammed the doot of her _
box at critical moments -'utit
he, sacra in 1 fhh Vet bh
BR4 boar ws alenij
when the cuiUnn fell.
T.mk ^ii fan
Hut Mi
for' raw '
I, lend*.
He an
Tory 'i.;|
Ivor owea her mu. I 1 Ml ,'t"'r;ln"
the Vlum "Always keen ar thai Uw.
ve.il line simple." But to Mvp rtid '
y" '... ..an'o-a lika He always shut his ey
Sir N..1 in.hi Angcll
'Freedom of Movement* is the
subject of two talks to be given
in the BBC's General Oversea.
by Sir Norman Angcll.
Nobel Prize winner of 1933,
whose best-know work. The
Great Illusion,' has been translat-
ed Into some seventeen languages
Mlks Sir Norman point)
out that In the inid-lwcntietl
century much of the world li
i-losed to us, not merely by the
Iron Curtain of others, but by
curtains which we ourselves have
lowered to keep ourselves in H<
iR-licves that pn
. tree movement are hindering
'.he full development of Western
SO badly needed
BOS purposes The first
talk Is subtitled 'Migration and
. Kniergence of America' and

Ith Defence.' Both will
be given on Frfciu .it 7 is p.i
he ilrst on ttie "th mat and the
: Bcond on the Mth had Ttaty
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Has everything which will enhance your Home
with Lasting beauty and reflect your good taste
48" Fig. TAPESTRY $2.37 per yd.
48" Striped $2.16
LOVELY CURTAIN LACE
That will transform any room
Prices from 68c. to 86c. per yd.
LACE TABLE CLOTHS (Cream)
Intriguing Designs Several sizes
Prizes from $1.47 to $12.14 each
COTTON SHEETS
54 z 90 $ 3.92 each
70 x 90 6.93 .,
80 x 100 6.11
LINEN SHEETS
72 x 108 16.00
90 x 108 20.00
CHILDREN'S FOOTWEAR
INFANTS' SHOES Sizes 3 to 6
Red, Blue, Pink, Brown, & Black
@ $1.58 to $2.82 per pair
MISSES' SHOES TRU FORM
White & Black
Sizes 36 $5.41 to $6.03 per pair
7 10'. $5.90 to $6.74 ,.
11 1} $6.11 to $8.40
BOYS' SHOES Brown and Black
Leather & Crepe Soles
Sizes 7 101 $3.98 to $6.67 per pair
11 11 4.69 to 9.13
3 51 5.33 to 9.13
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The most GORGEOUS DRESS MATERIALS,
Thai will charm any iiqure into an
outline ol REGAL ELEGANCE.
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GARDEN
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. College (janieninij llinls
LabrlOn
Iaisv Tvrms
By TRF.VOR EVANS
For Amateurs
The J..ii ilfii In
It* -i-iiiIm-i-
Tflan aboid Jown
I!oiI>

i sung Yet, complex about Rrttfsh adtiei
Half
ra \ 'lima showing Thy late unseasonable lieavy
hoy and itirt k< nut) have cunalttenU4>'
ou an inf. ., planting, and any
unprotected seedlings were ptop-
i it Half 1M- Clly boater, down. At Ibe beat
p sunless, day* are not
.. iTlnrr the* take ,pw| tll|. KocdUniu a* *'damDlDaT
' '-'" '" *< " rr i ...... iik.i, iToccur Bun
ims they arv uui i,, man miiuiv w*i)m
sufficient MIDI ttM ThU kvd the 15 Bull li ,. (" ^-wi,,,-, ui.it
most nutritious food fruits, the edunUonleti who have come 2"* fro.,, c^cnuTT rahi aa
banana has a variety 3 u* the United Sta:-
It may be eaten a* a fmii whl 1-anng the tie-up a*-
ripe or made into a iiini H. '<-<'" MUMIWM and
MM,
node into flour when, like iu Katravagant
ndusl
runn-i
ilk WindM vests'* ..isrl \sh.A a Heal at Jtt p v.,
rtre') Anj 1* t. and ajve hf. -
(yas that*g she prl
fully p.
. Ry<
fpress Maieiidlv beautifully pat- to 4 uuaiacliam Tvi\r
temed M
;;.:..., if,
ill gruwn plants as will
dislike It Some plants can itand
ana amount of rain and nourish.
I am aa Zinnias and Aiithunun**.
I lut othars. and among them
are Pen la* Gorberat and
tunlas. suffer us much from too
RtajfJl :.,i,i .,% fi.iTti 1,.. little
Their leaves turn n sickly yel-
lowish green, and the whole
orj al.irmingly 111
A few doeea ..l Sutph.r
will generally remedy this con-
dition, helped by sunnier day*.
The application Of Sulphate of
Iron is verv sump'e and ran be
it may be
lg InelUdad | Britain, the} say in their
Uss or biscuit mix. Both report, such a wast.- of training
n and banana flours have would i*> retarded as "ntnvi-
long been regarded as excellent KAn( and educationally undeaira-
ids. In the eastern Iron- ble."
bn America It gives a
fr1 plants, the name young man or won | <'
plantain is usual I v Bpftt Ufl to have ><
tV. .' .'II It n rather like
Indies, separate the Amertcasl love ol rnlddU UM
nameaj. Acfuall Me -somuch a matter of ,-lu|ortaheti bv the moot inexpe-
Iwlongs to the same genus as pride I rums... ...- .ncrd gardener. All *OU li.ive
is classulcd as vented live "S. It doesn t stand. ,(( ^ tf ,Q buv a pou^ of Sul-
peciea. The furmar for anything phate of Iron from any CbctnLtL
nwraj ~tar.h and if. Tlcntv ..( rhlldien do et s ( u fjetnlill
a better kaeaper than rlegreaa. *i+ Aim-nea Iws l.aM ^K.a .- "
Hi,, bssmna with its aruutvr .sugar institutloiM
contecn. The texture of the rate of ;.bout hall j million a year,
necessitates its being
cooked to bo properly digested.
lad, ruasted or made Into
neh like the pouto),
the plantain is important in the
,1 Hhd South

Not
a i,.lr, i,.- i 90SI .iiiijMi.il*- mi ih'ii i *"*'""
.h. "21 S35ll| powder which dtsaolve.
n* vary easily in water and costs a
e< | (ki.irU'r of it In a quar-
...ier (or more in
this prop.iiti.in i.e'iiiing to U.
number ol plinty to Lw treated)
and |>our some ol tht ston tonic
tn the .ifnieted plant. Repent the
' we>'k until plant
hMtthy gretm
n'lour.
Does that mean America i
tii.ii i Britain'.'
necessarily. Team
Dunsheath of I and hi., i
nrn up a table to show
ivaleol leveiv of aducai
'l;"""' .rtU: 'It -lu.vv- that .. -eniu, ,,
psjssnj when wheat ^^^^.v , Britain MUglaa U.S.
In supply. (.nrRe undergraduate; Higher
1 "** Ifalional Certificate in llritam li
local product* in equivalent to an American B.Sc.;
nonual tlmea? AgriculturaUy nnd p,,,,.,. s, roughly
th Pjantnsfg and ,U|*;i|,.m ,, H American Mu<-
of lieiivv ,,.,
' B*"J=' ""' A,nrrt**" treat* Its bialnit season will see our ^rdens gay
OS, universities get with them. They not only make
any other u30.000.000 a year in k- ' ': tichd beddinK i>lant :.ui in
nop and among the most ,.ir (i,.vernment and induHry to spitg .if (heir rieaaMM nppeantnc*
to tlv grOWal TBf T on .lentrfle and engineering they list veiy long as eut II'
St fl Lighting.
efulh note a v ii
Ol Rayon (isberdina at sbmmg, gear eperaied by .*
i '
i for thai at' '
inexpensive Christmas (lift, thei thii- Turnei rracl
s a vei -
below *i n Chase' t>!i
ichi-ir ami -.-nil >* ii '
if 4*a.
Gn-en Arrow, the vrry late I
.n (lil Store* has arrived n->\> Yuleuu* Greeting, from N l
n Barbados Designed against a Wibwii a Co ta*l
background of long reseatrel-. and hen i the invii
iiovesi have man* leaturr. iN and swing
. Fibre Gta Wieka fJf
life, all Uraas eonnc evei Ihlng \
nuns and Ladles" A< ei
impoiUnt point is the eomplet soi and .ill-weather, nil ptn
range of spares always available pe' apparel are In atsundarsri
The quality is excellent, ihe prsra <
is eooapetitive and you hwul t Ki. brim the -helve- i
eortalnl) make a point ol aoein^ Nig: t Dresse* and Underwt
del. Sob ful Ulft H.^ie- is rs
K. J Harm l-Sm|th a Co
4741 ion Kmas this year
I MUasT ref.- I K. MaJM 4t I
deivou- *
Hesklenti.il Chlb 1- likely to bs RAHB tn
Mpviatim: to full caiwity if Uw -t only gao seen then,
recent Thanksgiving Dinm-i pai- Stewart, P
tic* are oni crttajrioa rtag must vasoi
iinbining as M I wHt o.d worth of :i
milv and abta Tiianagv- p., ,
and Mmioii. O'Neal. ,Ia. ,on.,i high diuIUk
new PYE moaV I V Wg

thai after-theal ,*,
fgg
rrlainias
1 are among tnP love-
Llaal oi '-iir many lovely annuals,
nd it is io be hoped Unit this
of greater impor-
tance loeaii.. iii,. mail
Hun and latad maUaci
. t to oo'b read-
cultivators.
1>
American universities get faugj
arch contracts from privati
Their graduates are
. f. 'in i. ..".I- .in- vnv line, find
o they ngoaj n i- aarefUll
iianille.1 when 'eing sinvr
Sprinkle tinm .... thmly ovor
the surface of Ihv mould in the
ssMd box. and cover the
with a thin layer of Una _
mould, pressed down lightly with
top industrial admtmotra- ^Mbing ttal ,a ,hin||l._ii e-
irlleiit). Water with n very fine
Ol ,ii. the variety ques-
monly mat with industry.
in the Wast Indies are: Grog M|VI
Dwatf, T,ve jobs.
also kno Wand and Evan Hw raaaareh prufesaors ,,-...,.._ ,,,
V or Apple ,-r-t fat fee, fnen industry, which wV* JT'"
Oil iruome level with
....
i Die raport pinpoints
Fig < ....,..'
this ins riM Ametnaii WlMl
-ort of
uiinn.- yejlov - *rui
Fha bunch to
red and the 0U " In Britain. ror example.
.....rwn I i
'
i- the Ms*..... BluMOa, a fairly A < ' * *^H
? ,.- * od.
lular fndt,
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ally seen i
make
the Rockln
inch. perfect
r and a pleasing locale foe
.iiter-the-.'
A new perfume for YOU...
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Mil
I he Bcrfumc wllh the I igrancc
v BOURJOIS
and M"
radii

Have von seen the Chrntma* ,
t'alhna XM TlieM- really 1 1
, riahl in trie m.-.l. There's Well, ai
..vcrUl.ing here if you care I '
look around with me re* '
moment Xmi' Cards Boxe-. of"- Us the
M Wrappers and dkrttibuled by S. I
parcel deeoratlorw are ovcl ihere *. Ltd With 01
Here are luxurious i^-jiIh-i- rubl
rased Shaving Bets, aftai B I . ind '
Ijotlons. Cigar* and Candles, Ai
at Ihls counter Dorothv Orsy ,*)<
liea include f exttire LoUot ||0 Hie I
qnci Cleansing i
i oa in i- out what doubtli
., ir mine.
M.il. w Itf -n..pi.
n h on iaag eahV
I lira is
M ii'leiietla
-Hap1. tfc........I l.-lnon-
afali parti......rorl wonag#>
dil nndei bare-al.....Idered
aekfjJI
Si laggai
i Fit M li-*iM i i oidrol.
Mi tulcin-
nun- i 'iiiiBll|.
- h. in Im low.
In ahstaui blara In vow la*v
M KI1MI i MOSS
. p| .|
y/m
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i
I.....I> i" Ik t i.....I -in
B find finishes i i oig and
weeping land painting. Igwl.
Household Cleansers nre In
seedJiruu are big iand at praaanl but
enough lo he pl.nW out. the] "" M"''
each other as a healthy plant
r\am Po
Mih, : nd
nun Puddlni

mi
i , /., i,
inn Ltd Tin-
while
hen full grown will spread con-
siderably.
Petunias are among the slower
|rowing annuals, nnd 12 week*
good ntvni Wl" ''lapse from Uie tune of
hank t lerk'-rt-"'"! planting to flowering. Thli
slow start I* mode up for_ for
jn a i ale Iha plants will llowcr
.'isr months, even surviving the
first heavy rains.
mad.
i laan H "eii
laksi PloidaUoni have iu-i'. '

Platters and Vegetable Dial
which you're certain to need v<
soon And. of course, averj hard- boll.
ware reoulremenl i- uauall
oldainable I'l.mt.iti eii Ltd. phoii
Roll- .1
IMirts
as
Dim

I
r]
f in. ..I li, isssttva t '
.,11 at /'. I
'.*:''
li,
i lUohfirt Kim
4 ',Mur"'ls '"> be grown Irom
Jculting. but aie grown a* a rule1
nmon In ,, I. .ul I. t M P..- rn. fa ,.hllip ^ ,^,
", ^ ^^ S0" ^^ unid purp| KTh,, ;, ,hr rc,i^
numbrr ot omwnonlal lyim: U-i ".-l"i> n " crippled com- ,,,. vnwv Du, b.utlful
have m. .ai pi.nluii 'ntrnl Amerlra. The i. .,,.,,.
..Ivanugea of the Groa Michel ,.|lro pp^m^, hav^ grown In I
e unexcelled by UUI other v;in- !, | 0v quantity, mdunm
. kUM* cartlaa > atronl. n ,un, ta _,rtn, up an lbom
. .tr-lv rcrnral 5plne. Ihe individual hands Tn. Karo,.n Ine fullowlnf year.
so mwci "' cloaely packed one over the even It the beds In the niean-
1 other thus facilitating carnage, umg have be* turm-d up "rheae
do,,, i 1 gteater at- while the individual Anger* do will aerve f.a- replantinl, and
r.ill off when rlpo. Thia thia proee aueceeds for several
n .innna related forms of the last feature means that the grocer years, but after a time the bright
CBvmtUfh Banana. < it r.lant can hang the bunches and cut from colours die out. and fresh seeds
Tills them aa required. Had then be aown.
;.-.i.7.,"5>

MILLIONS Of fAMILILS agree with stientih findings that:
-'I '
ISM Bourn-vita
lovely ana or
4711 Colognes
and
Gift Sets
SultabU tor - -
XMAS l'KI.SIMS
Priced to Sell
(. (Mm krohm:
Whole-al.. & Helail
DtSfSttt
:i. Iloelimk Kl. DUStll jil
Gets the
Dirt out
of WORK CLOTHES
faster and easier than ANY Soap!
Yoa. FAB V4H tti Ihe hnrtlent wilier R
d ..i mi'iil.i llnfK t. \ biter, brifl'ii r nnd
QUH Kl V too. For your ilmnty lhmp;
1 : \l'....put it on I ..tir 1-" ' IM i'>UA,Y.
Waihygg with FAB Mtvaliy
SAVBS monrv ^-
ihe HALF evs
hhicI 1 Fab .is
MEN like smart-patterned
w ftp
COLGATE
V7CLEANS YOUR TEETH
V CLEANS YOUR BREATH
VHELPS PREVENT DECAY
THK COLGATE WAT TO 'OMPLETt
HOMI DINTAL CARI
Alwayi brush yeur lflth
rlajht offar anting with
COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
^-J>l!Kl.-.-.:Vi!iM!5-..K:":S5-"'-.KM'
Famous For Almost A Century To
HELP FEMALES
TROUBLED THIS WAY!
ty /ff fy^hn suffer dlitrest from pariodlt famala
ailmanls (backocha. haadacha, bvarlng-down paint
oi nt.vouv. lansa foaling* tavaral days bafora)
UNO
WOMCMot lo 57 who luKat hoi SMSI hr-d.
InHobla. slronfaly resllflt feallngi due lo 'change
ttav
HELLO MRS. HOUSEWIFE!
VKS. W| KNOW nbout thfrse pticM. also your ..u.-niyis
I ttasBf out Of nuttiing.
B0 1 KTS HAVF. A SERIOUS TALK, and aps/ll "* IrtUt
in do for >ou.
"MM" ntODl'CTS? Yos. ItsBJ 1*)
. ol |.imi and frultn. BV I fh. K(H1 lr...i
iowi k Jfiii. ' .. i-.ii*. I ran ao>flr you, and the
sjoorl MssoV"Any." IVasvat flattrr. Hh "!''
ithcs.
ItOBI WHO LDd both palate and pocket, -ACC" Raeh Lobster if a dell-
And don't tell me you've forgotten the Xmas Cake I
II (be family .the job is made easier by th.it "BROOlt'st-
l i ^l ( in Peel aslaUa la a package or by the pound.
i A WOHD for Ihe disrriminitina Mothernutritions 'CLAPP'rt" Bah> FoosVs
BM-nli ;md Strained Fruit- d- Clsftft**** t'^norrow.
rhr pi.ture of health !
IOUIII
Ml I IIS
l.r.
Will.. I ITTI.l IdAMT, NO vfXHUUEa NOW
m w wmrmwn iuh arrivkd'

THK CIIIAPfST AND YKT THK BEST I
iililiii.iiiiFiMi.iiirfnw^er IOWI It
.im ins
l.lr.
.fi.nl About
This AmazinK Medicinal
JefunrtlonaJ mnmlily
aliments ittakf ynu suiTrr
I i
make you Ceel i
tnd dra*;prd
r"-rlod"
Tin n CLmrt UklM Lydla E.
Plnkhgi t Co:,.
Ervnd to rr'.irve such fymp-
m Lyi'ia HiriKham'a Com-
poui.d dols mobf than relieve
> Ming. It also
llTVOUS
i nnd irooa LrMtaale
,
*oik. fhrough a woman's
.y..u-in
to bring this wonderful
.uxitliir.j
Taken regularly. Plnkham'a
Oomtenund iielp% build Bp .--
r-male
diatrfaa. Hi- sure to give n a
lair trial girls. Beelh. dn-
It frull juice i
HJ:
Or you aay prefrr L^'DIA E PINKHAM fl I ABMrTTI
Mhi',*iir'r taav to laka n.r.uv to carry in your purse.
VEGFTABLE COMPOUND
. rut tmuun him
ItX-MADf
IS Will MADE


I'M.I IK.Ill
SUNDAY ADVOC ATI:
-IMIIV 1)1 (I Mill I! .'
MRoAWS^ADVOGTCE
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Sunday, lie inbrr 2. IK.il
NINETY VM CENT

niosi important
day.
ducal iibjii'i has
poUttct] tension. No-
thing could be more unfortunate for the
island
i Indian*, elaim to be
abti di'simv". to govern
citation. Yet edu-
lulled education,
in tin btin territories.
in donlOftt) i m which sacrifices
: the school population
I doubtful ten | i cent. Only a ."mall
percentage ol tins island's thousands of
cUUdnn can hop* lO cam Barbados Schol-
arships and the School Cerliticato has in-
creasingly becon.< '. for the
urssmpl
In Uw 'f West Indian du-
catton Barl higher than the
Leewards <>r Windwards, but this should
cause little consolation to those who know
the pitifully low standards of those islands.
The econdary schools of Barbados con-
tinue to |n ol ability und to
train potentially good Cittxvns of the
fuftm.
Their miiievrment must not be derided
with Um system ?
Btlon like so many otlu-r things is
becomir. too dependent on political sup-
port Those r, ..pnnsibk- for shaping edu-
cational policies need to be strong and
financially independent if they are going
to propose policies which are contrary to
the wishes o( the polltlalaajt whose voices
mot continue its present
pale imitation of the English educational
system without crave consequences to the
island. A new policy must be shaped and
the poUtteiai i the advka of the
educational authorities, not shape educa-
tional policies themselves. They are not
people when ttwy speak plati-
tudes and attempt to hamper educational
auth : them feel that their
jobs me depandanl on being in favour
with the polilui.ins
The Director of Education must take the
lead ui promoting a sound educational
policy. He must consult with the Cham-
ber [tiployers of
labour and learn from them what educa-
tion i boys and uuls seeking
employment Ui Barbadca Tba continued
exodus of nearly one thousand boys and
From the schools each year with no
qualification! or desire to enter the type
of employment that is available is a sure
way of creating social discontent. Educa-
tion which makes it impossible for so
man) pupils to find employment is a
doubtful luxury and one which Barbados
cannot afford. True education fits a boy
or girl to enter any employment and to
lind in that employment opportunity to
contribute some ol the results of that edu-
h Unfortunately In Barbados the
word education is tie,l\ used as a syn-
onym for ability tO read and write and
obtain a certificate, winch is regarded
quite unjustifiably as a i job.
; -illusion and feeling of frustration
which is the normal experience of those
with school certificates is also felt by those
who have remained longer at school and
gained Higher Certificates, only to dis-
cover that a Higher Certificate will not
guarspites them more lucrative employ-
ment than is found by some who leave
school without them.
Boys with Higher Certificates find it
Seeael to And employment in Barbados
than boys with- School Certificates but
they naturally resent the fact that they
must start at $40.00 a month in the Govern-
ment Service when smaller number of
their Ichool-fellOWS leave school without
Higher (Yrtilicate and get $90.00 u month
ui commerce.
Tne situation is serious and has been
rious for many yean yet in spite ol its
extreme gravity H seems to l>e exacer-
n stlonal policy bi
i llevedL
Instead ol t'omlterniere fulfilling the
conununlty's need tot s school with a tech-
nical and vocational bias it has become a
type ol clearing bouse for boys who go on
to Huiiisoci t'o!let:e. The numbers at that
SChOO) have long since exceeded what a
school ol thai type should contain. And
mang years fulfilled
the valuable role of bringing West Indian
boys together is closing its doors to
from other islands
while the rising school population
SMUTS tor more teachers and more ac-
Bducation provided under
I lances must be
nsei i type ol education for the
majority.
What can be done ?
The lirst move must be made by the
i n. He must take the
'hat the present
1 producing edu-
.. |

cation for
leaching is a sense ol
At the same tim* a nid efficiency bar
must be maintained and a Promotion
Board, free from political interference be
made responsible sll appointments
hould be a I i
staffed aduates drawn
from all the British Caribbean territories.
.Inch an inspectorate
nm\ operates In Barbados requin
inspectors qualities of heroism which
ought not to be demanded of them.
The only practical method of coping
with the lack of school accommodation is
to use the double shift system winch oper-
ates successfully in Singapore where the
task of educational authorities is far heav-
ier than ban
The introduction of basic open air
schools for ctAldren from six to eiht
would also assist in solving accommoda-
tion problems and would contribute to a
sound educational poluv if tochers well-
trained in infant methods are employed.
Fees should he paid at these basic schools.
Not all parents can afford school fees
hut all who can afford to pay must pay.
There ought also to be a direct education
tax which would be paid on a "pay as you
earn" basis by every employed person. A
scale of payment which has already been
ed for another British Caribbean
territory is W 60 per year on IncoBBI
$60.00 a month and $6 lid a yeai on incomes
over $60 00 a month
T! ere is so much overhauling needed in
Barbadian educational policy that editorial
space cannot confine all the suggestions
which can be made and which ought to be
< nsidered.
The presents In Barbados this week of
leading educational authorities within the
Bjaj f the British Caribbean gives those
responsible for Barbadian education a
golden opportunity to exchange ideas and
learn from others. Something will have
ten h Waved if a rude shock is given to
that pernicious Barbadian habit of com-
placency which points to the siiccessess of
our ten per cent, and wilfully Ignores the
needs and failures of the neglected ninety
per cent.
INTERVIEW WITH
GEN. FRANCO
a* CFIWIC KAI.TFK factory until the question ot and temperament is only evil
aM .,i :n. **! Gibraltar n settled, and you can when it savks to spread outside
lasts I pei hap* appreciate why if you im- its own frontiers and Impose
MwLlKlD. afUM SOW l>> Hi USh would feel ilsHf upon other*, to whom it I*
In an exclusive message to The if Spanitm ipaUoa "t unsulted. We have no enn
tfHaaU* Tim, General franco- PortantouUi. lh* Russian people but only for
in hi* ars, interview jivcn to a 'In the nays at imperttUan ihc ,hc Sent* of international lo*n-j|
i-undent since the benefits to I* pfa I h ^,",_^m,., ,. _ -
J..nunempi.-Msed Uw aquadron in poaawston ol Gibral- UESTIOr. In that caw what is
....proves Aiitflo-Spuush " mht apparently (ll,t.fy .. .< ^'^^.1^ '*MU* ^^
relation* were an essential factor cording to Um moral .standards of ^JSnJisv -ni'th.u -,o..r
maintaining world peace. those days, but value today
He said. ' almost nil and imperialiatic
Tor a century and a hall no Ideas. right and wront. have been
Knulishman hu suffered harm replaced by principles of interna-
din-illy or indirectly at Bpaalsb tlonal Justice and '..-operation.
Hands. That it has been possible
to past years so critically difficult l" '<;> '" ,ord UP01' lr"; ,
without our peoples ever having I""""" ***' fift,. people need QUWHON
taken up armHialnst eh other understand three thmg.
ANSWER That their continued
bondage to Communism is a
shame and reproach to the whole
ivihted world, and a settlement
with Russia without Uie liberaUon
of the enslaved nations would nnl
be a true settlement.
lk> reach lull a turd upon the
that case, would
His Excellency, in the event ot
First, the uaeles new of Gibral- war. favour Spanish troops being
blessing! r.lSniuJnr?he -''- - P SEggg. lo " '" "urh *
i.t hvin, in th. same ,eo- ^^J^ST^^l Ju-ke of a'Sw^S: Such a dlllon could
graphical area imposes the need
'Second.
da
i for i
for mutual comprehension.
iThT^ ,h: r,^ Third, .he . i return, based
rguments
i-de only in concert with
world opinion. i the meantime.
each nation prefers to secur* IU
frontiers and help according
nd dnvlf the di.lm. "" "2 ,""J", : ; . <' ">"" lu dUpow.1 Sp.m
r.xlucd by m unworthy pollU- "Ur*'".^J^ Ktmmg h dy *. her ,ymp,u,y
v toWUdl Ihcni Ihcy h.ivo >u* DO"m *nd indignatlnn by housing and
\4 HAM.
THERE is .i Mytng still prevalent in His
Majsety'l Army that if you want people i'>
l.eluve something is .i fact keep on saying
it until people do believe it. Tins method of
eeui llli: nhiectlVCS IMS Ifl leeei |
Iwen m rulers of (lie hu^e Russian Empire. No na-
tion, no power, no empire has ever jrei
achieved such hl-Kiille victmies ;md shi
hill) enslaved the peoples they pro-
reused to free. -Such is the powci oi bhe
.spoken word. Repetition, not Originality,
not objectivity is the secret ol success.
In the world h-day there are many si^ns
that RussKin methods are Ijocominu wide-
spread as each nation and individual de-
rides 'u. look after their i.wn interests and
forget the other fellow's point ol view,
.'ran and Enypt provide us with reoent
examples of the Bovlel metlmd and the
malicious accusations of "warmoni;eiinn"
made aKainsl Mr. Winston Churchill
during the British General sloctloi
sad commentary on the low level to which
political morality has fallen in a country
which points with just pride to its e\-
cellenl record.
Any fun-minded [terson will confess
thai in the three years during which it has
governed Barbados, with very little in-
terference from the Colonial office the
Labour Party has not only achieved many
positive advantages for the workers but
has succeeded in co-operating with em-
ployers and professional classes in a way
that is nowhere paralleled in the British
West Indies For this achievement Mr.
Adams rightly deserves the praise and
credit which all but a minority in Barba-
dos willingly award him.
Win then, the women of Barbados are
asking -- and since their votes will decide
what political party will govern us from
December tltli. they are right to ask
why then, ask the women of Barbados,
does the Labour Parly spend so much of
its electoral life On the past ? The answer
would psora to be that the Labour Party
I., win wurkers' votes by saying that
the Electors* Association did not do things
Cor than when thUJl 'weie itinnin:. the
country."
Now there is no voter In Barbados too
young not to know that the Electors' As-
sociation have never yet run Barbados.
Party (lovernment, as the pamphlet
ll ur Marches On" correcMy states, did
not t vist until 1946 and it was not until 1948
that any Barbadian political party had a
suAclcnt number of seats in the House to
:< SUn at all.
If the members of the Labour Party
persist in identifying; the Eli
turn (which hSS never yet g 0 v I r n e d
Barbados) with individuals, who, like Mr.
Adams, were members of the House of
Assembly many years before the introduc-
tion of Parly tloveniment. the choice is
theirs Hut if they continue to underrate
the intelligence of the Barbadian women,
they must not be surprised if the women
retaliate by not voting (or them at the
Women as h>cal IdiOUl rei
puts it. "don't make fun." It's unwfss to
make fun of them.
.1 their appreciation of the
British character and of the cour-
isv and faith with which they
onfronted the early revet I
the war.
believe, UftttMf wiih the
pSOflle, SI I believed fif-
teen years ago. that the greatest
threat to peace, liberty, gffaj iho
and social pregre**
the world lies In the
M conussiajsoi if Ens-
BM Vsestra world jisn
recognise this fact our common
interests would seem t.. demanu
closer understanding between u>'
ute conversation
ranging over every a*p>
international and dome-:
Hen. QeaerSl Franco clearly OUt-
Uned his views. Tlic following i>
ruj-ui-tiii questions
-ixl .ii.-wers exchanged in front
f the famous Empire table in the
I'rado Palace, from which the
destinies of Spain are to-day con-
trolled.
QUESTION: Would His Excel-
lency welcome an invilalion u>
Spain to became a member or the
United Nations Organisation*
ANSWER: A* at present
doing
<.l M K \l I i; \\< i,
feeding a great army of refugee!
In addition, Spanish radio Is
devoUng Increasing time to trying
to maintain morale in occupied
countries, which, according to
latest reports is a considerable
acassi
QUESTION Would Spain wel
come an invitation to become a
-innatorv to the Atlantic Pact?
ANSWER
Oefieral Franco writes1
"Things are as they are. not as
we would wish them to be. The
rjjtuda of ome leading members
> Ba Atlantic Pact assured that
It was fatally crippled from birth.
Spam did not refuse to co-oper-
ate, she was not asked to do so
The doctrinaire protests that
iccompanlecl any suggestion of
Spain's inclusion were so offen-
sive that we can hardly be blam-
ed for feeling cold toward* Its
further activities; a sensation
which only time could rectify.
"This does not Imply that in de-
fence of civilisation Spain might
not ir.arch towards the same ends
as apparently pursued by the
Atl.mlk Pact nations; so that In
the day of battle we would And
ourselves fighting shoulder-to-
shoulder against n common
enemy.'
"It would always be uoeslble to
preserve Gibraltar as a free port.
and for England to arrange for the
The United Nations is '*** ( shipyards and other in-
ble work on the techni- s:allaUons.
cal side, bUl the One Oatten one- "Despite the apparent dirtlcul- QUESTION: Would His Excel-
vote system seems to lead to many ties of the problem, sooner or later lency favour the Idea of a Spanish
abuses. For example. Utovp with It will have to be solved; and it division serving under General
n rat-hand knowledge ot and re- eems far better to discuss the mat- Elsenhower as part of the forces
ApoiiMbilily for a local problem **" ""* in a fuendly spirit rather Intended to resist possible Corn-
arc frequently out-voted oy those than leave it until time and clr- munlst aggression''
ti'in the scene* of the cumstance* force you to do so." ANSWER: The suggestion has
problem, ignorant of its simuti- t/I'ESTION Would His Excellen- 5SJJJ gHJ made.
without power or re- ey indicate the method by which QUESTION: Arc American cred-
ponsibihty to apply the remedy he intends ultimately to restore the '" comms through in such a way
Uwnawlvi Monarchy In Spain"1 HS " likely t<> relieve Spain's
%E*T^m93FA1 ANSWER S^'" -nrhy. ANSWER: K" St" very slowly.
'' mini ar ao'y The Counc11 of lh* Hea,m not W" *iw*V- <**< that America
ow thing hut the restoration of an was a land of hustle, but appar-
appro- ently they suffer from just
XNSWKl. ITophecy unwise. ,Rclen, inrtlllltlo||t ft.
No one wants war but the dangei prtM,c momcil, will namp u
-' orinee, hut ii Is not the label that
i. that HnsMTM makes a miscalcu
> uuatio
beyond their eonlrolm ilitlci
dm in I93K. Everyone wants vic-
[i.iy Without having to pay the
pTUM In hlood. and while Russia
COUUnuei t" gam all |aS wants
wiJiout war. why should she
DflhtT However, any apparently
ich deiMirtmcntiil led hapS
ml but the cotit.'Tits of
Um pa -]
I do.
r;,
it '
idenl miglit prove
MVI'r
the 19th century form of
monarchy with its multiplicity of
profession.' political parties that
fed Spain to 'ho brmk of the abyss.
,-md to ti-t . i | i-i-clv similar
form of moi,.rrh> in the 20U1
century would be i
.at tltion of the dtsash
esuaoey has political arolbUo
that Anglo- as It goes on every
D never be present regime u !
until the changes and
ir has been Britain, with a
Dived. Since niitlier the Labour two-party system
001 the Conservative Government national charac?
apparently prepared to negoti- [und """ v**1'"'-'
ate UW return of Gibraltar to hPr _/>' Sn.'ii, i
Spam, what step, would he SUg- *v" *"<"
*et m order to achieve agreement- 2R^52Li 1 ,
Franco makes h.s firtt SJeStion AiS
roposal ever on Gibral- ayIltem',
tar. He says: ANSWER: The
"It Is true Anglo-Spanish rela- accepted by a I
lions DUI never be whilly satis- right for its uaiti
... Si.am
Ilritain.
prod1
insigmti
fatal.
QUESTION: His E
expressed the view
spahish relation <
i..
ques.ioii .if Gibral
only programi
Is the same as that
namely work harde
more, to export m
more foreign exchange in order
to import more
Our great difficulty was that we
admed years of severe drought
and were compelled to spend our
repe- -nan reserves of foreign ex-
-, . k. change buying food. Now, with
- "" /"" abundaiil rains and *> tUeO)
m >' a-tft ,ri"" f""""' * ' -
1 '- 'I"" '' lea-.s) foi i thS '.'"- Hie. ,.t.,i
-II.....I,,.., B ||n ptan^ |n ||u.1|.]| ... tii,_ |n
Tha3T^ ,h" Immediate future
and different
-ties, has QUESTION: Is Spanish co-oper-
>>sl suited to at ion in ant i-Com munlst defence
ystem, how- plans dependent upon American
Ml which cir- economic and military assistance"
ter. and his- ANSWER The nation can, and
Mntarll) right wlU always, light In defence of
Pja. | Ibinga In which It believes,
the llu-Miin regardless -M what other nation)
do. However, It la obvious that
?litieal svstem material conditions influence
ition as being capacity to co-operate, even If
ular character not the will to do so.
Sitting On The Fence
By NATHANIEL GUBBINS
PROHARLY you didn't believe
it when your Uncle Nat told
i Moaaadeg Is a
woman disguised its the Persian
I'nme Minister.
Utrs to prove the point, are
from American news-
I i Orbj during Mossadegh'
viit to nhe United States.
"Dr. Mossndeg was a flop on
telev.Mon l*ter that eve-
niiih' he I .--ping In
his hospital bed."
"Doctors at the hospital
esanunod Mossadeg and found
htm in pretty good shape"
"Mossadeg likes America and
was all smiles when he was
' honour at a Washing-
tan lunch He has quit
weeping
"Moaaadeg has ignored the
MM i i.....turn home."
"MoaaadcK'' observations in
Washington were so obscure
that officials had no Idea what
he wsj. talking about."
"When asked if the door for
negotiations wiUi the British
l .pen. Mossadeg said he
1 .vii ihe door "
This is an obvious case of a
til wim has run away from an
unhappy home, where she was
buUlfd by nasty men, and has
refused to return.
She thought she was going to
be a star on American television,
was a flop, and went home to cry,
Ba m.iny I r-irl would do
tlei ane nobody took much
' her. she pretended to
i- til. hut when they made a
. oj her in Washington she
nil*
As the poor little thing knows
n..thing about oil, and probably
cares less, ,he tried to bluff it
OUt with some meaningless re-
hepUIS kind-hearted
official would say 'Don't worry
your pretty head about it any
gar, What about lunch.
huh?"
But. as her head i not very
..body said it
i* her next move*
She stalls for ti ie with dumb
blonde answers.
"Is the door still open?"
"Door? What eve: do you mean.
I ain't seen no do >r."
I hope they will treat her klndlv
enen aha gets hor^e. She is a
problem girl who needs a lot of
patience and und standing.
Re-Write Man
IN a little book "New Nurserv
Rhymes for Old". Geoffrey
Hall han taken t e terror and
cruelty out of I d>y's literature
by changing Tin Blind Mice
into Three Kind Mice, giving
Mother llubbard dog a bone
nd keepiu* pu.- .Kit of the
rail with a saueir of milk.
Has it occurred to Mr. Hall.
''.it if il la his in.ention to purge
rigisuit sin from future genera-
tarns, his Job of re-writing has
on]* just begun?
When the pumied tots have
^rown too old to appreciate Mr.
Hall's present woik. he will have
io be prcltv smnrt In tackling
he Wild Westerns before the*
eight-year-old pet at them.
Dead Eye Dkk. the curly-
haired Knglinh cowboy, must
lave his dialogue changed when,
at last, he traps liad man Pete in
Red Gulch.
Hands atxne your head, Pete,
ihere's a good chip. I have you
... M-t
So pou'd ihoef ne douit like
a dautp?
I never shoot dogs because it'.-
cruel and silly.
Yeah?
What's more. I couldn't shoot
^ou. either. These are only
uater pi I
Water ptslolt* Heck. Well
mine ain'r wai pou scared I'll plug you?
Not at all. Pete. At heart you
are a good man. more sinned
.gainst than sinning Give me
your guns.
Dtad Eye. vu ihore ore the
trhitest man 1 nsOSI
No better than others. Pete.
Only more fortunate. Now I
will take you home to your old
mother, who waits for you with
bottle
tears in her eyes and a hot
supper of ham. eggs, and corn-
bread.
(.end me Io if. her. / mean.
Supper Dance
PEOPLE in London who think
it smart to go to night club
parties "where there is
-quare dancing, -Swing
Your Honey'. und 'Ladles'
Cham.' will feel rather silly
when they hear that Uittie, the
Devil Cat, and her friends have
been doing this sort of thing for
some time on the flat roof above
the dining-room of The Sea Nest
see
One moonlit night, when the
scampering of little feet across
the roof was Intolerable. I looked
out of the window of the top
back room and saw what was
evidently an exciting moment in
"Swing Your Honey."
Lottie was the honey. As she
ran across the roof. I friend
would chase her. throw her on
her back and swing her to a
following friend who. in turn,
would swing her to another
gallipinj! behind.
In the next dance her friend*
formed a circle round her. and
as each one approached she
slapped them down This must
have been "I-adles' <"hain."
It was then that I remembered
how she had howled for food
that night immediately after a
herring supper, how I had gone
out and begged the proprietor of
a local hotel for scraps, how he
hail cooked her a sole on the
pot and how ho had postered a
neighbour that morning for rabbit.
Later I found In the garden the
remains of a supper so lavish-
several gnawed rabbits' legs,
chicken bones, rods' heads, and
the skeleton of the anaS thai
each cat must have made a con-
tribution.
Lottie and her friends may not
be able to bring bottles to their
: ut thev bring better food
than you would get at many
London night clubs
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M M>\V ADVOCATI
I'M.I MM
"I'm No Stooge'"
46
Thank The Governor
SAYS NILES
Two political meetings were
held within 400 yards u( each other
at SI. John on Friday night. One
was an Electors' Association
m>eling in support o| :
dgture o( Mi (.; 11. Nile*. Th*
Other M in support of independ-
cnt caiwiid-iU. Mr. Victor Vaughan.
Mr. Nile* said lhai those who
kaaMP him would know that he
was no stooge The Barbados
Labour Party were telling Un-
people that the Electors' Associa-
tion was using coloured stooges.
but ihey were doing thai purelv
lo speak in terms of colour
was/' he said. "wtMD
you did have in Ihe House of
Assembly rich white men who
kept down the poor. They kept
down poor while, too. They tell
you that the Electors A
i.i the passing on of those who
used to keep down men. but that
Is not so.
'Look at us who make up the
Association ail colours. So you
must decide with yourselves
whether or not there is any truth
In the story.
"They tell you up here that 300
yean ago you were kept down
in slavery. They tell you about
wearing bag clothes instead of
telling you the real issues. They
do not talk that In town. Talking
this Is Just implying that you here
are ignorant."
He said he bad been an ele-
mentary school teacher for years,
mixing with the poor people.
Attar some time he had been
transferred to the Labour Office
and some of them would have
seen him at one time or another
settling dispute*. And nobody
who had seen him in that capacity
could tell nun that he ever acted
as a stooge.
"I have never vet In the
Labour Department been accused
of being impartial.'' he said. "I
have always kept a careful look
out for the worker's point of
view.
"Some of you will remember
me in the emlgratn.r
okaying people for various
places.
"Some people walk aboul the
parish telling you. 'Yes. Niles
used to help you, but he used lo
take a piece of change. There
are hundreds of you in this crowd
and 1 challenge any of you lo say
that I took change from yr,u
"I have sent more people
through the brck door from SI.
John than from any other parish.
"I counted the number who
went through the back door and
one emigration I counted 300.
And you can ask Dr. Wilson if I
ever asked him for a cent."
For. he said, it Wat he who
used lo ask him to help the meo
from St. John to gel away.
Therefore when they heard the
Eropaganda being spread Dial
lies helped them but took a
Slece of change, they were nol
is friends if they did not dcii"
iL
'Always I have been holding
a good balance and have been
interpreting the point of view of
the workers to the employers and
"I have strengthened my
knowledge of Labour in the
United Kingdom.
As they had often beard, the
difference between the Electors*
Association and the Labour Parly
was one of Free Enterprise as
against Nationalisation.
Some years ago the Labour
Party told you that they would
nationalise this and they would
nationalise that, but they have
not done it. It cannot happen.
They have been telling you
about white people, but it is these
same white people that they bor-
row money from all the time.
"Only get behind the solicitor's
door and other doors and you
would be surprised to hear the
borrowing transactions which
went on .
"For the first time," he said,
"you all know that it was His
Excellency the Governor who
gave that 19% bonus. Many of
you will remember thai just
before that people from th
union told you you would get
11*. It was the Governor who
suggested that as there had been
a record crop, there should be
more paid out They are only
telling you this to catch votes."
True, the Electors' Association
did not get it. but the Labour
Pr-rty did not ge it either.
What is the use. in any case
pushing up rales 20% and then
*"* "* ot living is pushed higher.
' Why do they not cut off the
system of controls that is making
>our food so dear." he said. "Why
"Much T on i mi] bg
lower the engt of living. Thu

has gol to be scratched L'ode,
>ou can only import
lain countries.
"Unless you allow competition
to come in pour COfl of living
w.ll remain high."
The question of age grouping
was a burning question. The ele-
mentary schools turned out a
thousand children every year who
did not know A from It The
Electors' Association sI.khI for
belter eduction .md those who
fN interested in then Children'*
education should Vote for Ihe
Elector Associ.d ion\ nndidates.
Then there was the question of
health. A look at the hospital
would satisfy the people that
there was need for a better Gov-
ernment to change things there.
As things were then, two people
rare pushed together on one bed
and the Socialist Government h.id
shut its eyes to that.
From his Association's mani-
festo, Ihey would see that they
intended to give them cottage
hospitals Instead of almshouses.
They felt ton thai
wards should he attached to all
eotlage hospitals nni| tl..
who would benefit from that
should realise which way they
should vote.
'We have also promised you a
good housing scheme, too," he
said. "At present everything is
concentrated in St. Michael. Do
you not think thai if those people
were interested in housing, the.
would not have given you country
housing schemes'*
Thousands of childi.i
being lurned out from
without any outlet for I
wnd When we waga Tying to
get a Barbados representative to
go with the labourers who ran)
to America, the) mM tl
should be none. They said that
ihe Jamaica representuti\.....
see after the Barbadian*, with the
result lhal to every 100 Barba-
dians who were returned, only
one Jnmaieon was returned.
' omitted
from the list of 46 published in
yesterday's Adroeeie.
.Mr. Liafa Snsltli resigned from
the Barbados House of Assembly
so go and light m the
Second Great War. He has been
I oramttlMl in the

. is stand*
Ui it aa .. saasnl
*
Mr R a Mapp was member for
11 ..
He Is Associate Editor
'con" and Hi M
in the House in iiM8. He ranted
I
Wfvt Indian journalists in attend
i ival of Britain.
Mobil*
For The 19 Per Cent. Programme
The Salvation Arnn
Annual Social Work Appeal


V. a Anmtnuui 1
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Ycai.-l A. ii. .
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L Keren, gaq.
' I 0 Camrn.ii
Mr J. H. Harllrv
Dr Oiry kUaUh
U II ion.Milton Si CW
T -t I,.,,.-., , Co.
II V Chememan Co.
j It M.i..,n Co.
II H Will,,..,,.. Kut
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Mi, fl>t>ll Ch-odlrr
Him.. C hand In
First Aid And
I'oiiinroiidaliou
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29 presented First Aid and Com-
mendation Certificates to mem-
bers of the Fire Brigade and
Poike Fovaft
Tu-nty-three members ol the
Pins Hi-made who were prepared
Ty member-, of the S'. John
BVIgW&i tar the
am mat ion received First Aid
lertllltiitcn while Cpl. Watson
and D. Jones of the Police Forte
were given Commendation Cer-
tificates
Before the presentation o( the
certificates. Col Michelin said
that it was very important for
I
if I Ai ataa as they
nave to deal wr.i
persons at tires and other acci-
rfc was pleased thai M
Bid far ""' cer-
Cpt WalKm and Jones received
nmendution certificates
fat deleetive work in the si
tram '.' MgtsMl
Drawing
.. drawing in Ihe Girls'
Union building fund
t">k peace ;.t ;-., i.
noon. KniiowiiiK ire, the
10 prlgaa and the numvonj at Um
t.ik. ig.
i
- Mid: 4th
l No. ISA*.
th I'M/.- No, 4094: 7th Priae Ko
03, Hlh Prise No. 3553. Blh PrlT?
Ma Prixe No Ml; Iltq

13th Prln No, .M78. 14m
i Hn Prise n p
Idth Prlte N. 3790. 17th
No. lHHIi. IHtli I'D/!- NO,
20*0. Ith PrtH No. 4127. 2uth
'
1 in Bakad bo eall
;.t th* Union on Monday Decem-
br 10, December II art ID
I..-, i |
'he Labour I'
'
Part) .is rraiu reapoa
gettinit i; ,
> I -
tn It was ihe Governor who
asked the Sugai Producers Federa-
H U the 131 P"1 mt
ken would get this yeer.
and naturally the sugar producers
having made more moc% during
the last crop it was agreed to pay
I i get your
19 per oasM '
This was told bv Mr R 1 W.,i

al CtmneU Town, St Lu M Ptl
hi. niKht. to hi ...
ihe H'.Lu- Asa riatsen.
Sir Ward and Mi s \ W.l.ott
h.......- on In the
. .
cntallves of the puiikh ol St l.ucv
Mr. Walcott was ill ,md could "'t
turn up Mr Ward has iweri le-
prrvenliiig the pawTash for the laat
'eurs He loin In- h--
teneni that the Labour Party were
'living that lhe>. had got the 19 per
-ent I'.., i
Thev nave -aid thai the) gi: u;
per lent back pJiy (or VOU
the crop started, but il that was
in > NJ would have had the back
pay from the 1st January DC Feh-
ruary They had to wait until the

- '21
tish Qovernmenl lixed the \>i i.e
Migar and out of thi^ price was
lier cent for the o:ker. Yen
Party, he >aid. -i !
- ihal the synaea .,
a rklng lUfaetoi I) but IN

continue ihe system of age- Government, ihe n
and countii:.
Hol.dayv Huh Pa\ "y M
As regards the matter gfl HaM-
lh Pay. the Labour Partv _, .
.: that thev had "* i'"'Kramme al-..
hat measure aUnit <
the srurhi land but "'"
enllghtan inein on the 1|L'* ....."''' "' "
I
w recommendation rrom the D"J moaas iv- df i
Orga
down in ail i in. Jamah i
ha '.i the Brittah Oov-
errunent rhi> did not mean R.W.I Film i
Lid net the Jinuka
t BfOnhl annually as proposed
Hill, fin one had to thou H deal- B. U
he ^.i- eroridnsj 180 da)
*> :i an employer during the year llonan '. I
be entitled Buroty a prevont Ihe
ler, a maaon, or olltei ar- n .
srould not benefit from r.. ..
tie law because they worked at lrri.
v.inous periods of the year and
with various people
He thought too thai this moan. and activities of the i---, la
S."?Sui?ora* ' n 1
ih Ouhui i ind Brltlsl tl i
SMO;
Pl ,
27(10.
p ha
n ur<
. i ..
BsraM Prsvrib a i
urtoa A Co.
8. A. Hammond, t.n
J W Potl.r a Co.
"on a Co
Dr Honour! Cinri
Alwrll Daaa
I'nlai l>(.id.arli
Wllhlnwn .v
Police Hand Plays
To-day At Fork
The Police Band will render the
following concert It Qi.
at 4 45 p.m. to-day.
t.HAND MAPClt. Rp*..,. by gberlMM
i ...i.
HVITB. a- by sm,,
OPCRATtC EXCERPT*. I-J. ..,.
fel W.ii, i
Sp-ni.l) |., ||
TWO HVNDII..SN PtBCU llAinaiau ami
Minuet ,,, iunl|,,
/-IlIA HEUGIOBO. Power of U>v#
GRAND MAHCll OmawttaSr atarrh
lo Wael
"t""" Tn- I*>ttl la m| Shvphard' -
Twr.f Ciimond
saviour gssa i.i Th Daai
Nam I.I- A a M N.. 31
GOD RAVE Tlir KISC.
CBOtal < I Itoiaon.
Mlir aii.m :.,,..., o| mum..
PROFIT MEANS
PROSPERITY
e> From paie IS
dOI nine 11i-i
rich and the rh I
iney knew only too well that
I a middle clH Uon
omnmnlty ai
the iinodle class and tb
ployed in this loininuiiity who
i b hlng hcii with the ooal
of living. He hoped that which-
ever party .i|ilni..i the naDBuUJ
of (lie Government oniitnin.
would be done to rollss
plight.
Mi alottley said; "Among the
meetings held In Ihis area, two ol
them erera kept by O-OUl Inde-
pendanta both of whom were
abusing capitalists and especial-
ly concentrating Iheir attack on
me with a barrage of lies of the
. .-... :
you. the elector! of th| |
1 < ; tamo, I
stood. I aerved;
iw yotir guld*.
More Time
. iDA Nov. N.
Tided to
line before tak-
*i unti! Inrdaj
emntoyen
, iding points.
have got lo '.hank the British tag.
payer in England for giving Mitt
121 par canl
The Facts
'1 will now give you the facts as
roncenuna the 19 per cent in
1950 Mr. W A. Crawford who was
>i meml-er for St Philip
In the last session of the House
brought **' Address to the I loose
askln| the Ciovernot to see that
ihe peasants got a better prl*e
canes. The Government
took up the matter and tlu \ ap-
pointed what thev called a Good
.nrmtti'e Thll I
.i the Governor, H i. H A
Cuke and a gentleman from over-
k.lv railed Mr M W. Ihithle
i.ion was invited by
this committee to attend a meeting
. .i ii was the Sugar Produnr*
Uon, and an agreement was
along certain lines per-
taining to nagaanl
"Dining that talk the Governor
sffsded to i-'th the Union
and the F*deration that I
i nop Hint had been pro-
du.ni the factorj "wners pay
some of their profits to the labour-
,i. ... .,-. tn kiep up harmonious
,,r industrial relations
UM labourer and the em-
of money and we agreed
v j miii regnnrnbar, I v
.mi | I... v. i, ad m the
newspiiprrs . u4. that Mr. Adams in
ton ni.ntLu.: on th.- Sugar Agree-
nienl in MM Hotl
said that emllt foj II WU not t.>
Ihe l..,l...ui I'ai't.i ' i tl i' W< rtt-
ers Union alone, but to the Sutfar
Producers naamtoii *'"
;t-Ycar Aurwnu-nl
"NOW vou know that this Is a
three-year agreement, and If we
-lo not get an increased pi ice (or
sugar during the period, you have
unl to work for the same wag-:,
until 1953 expires unless we are
: tn give you more"
Speaking of the Labour Wel-
rate atund Mr. Ward *.-n\ I., hli
that this Fund bad baei
the Hutish Got
to the agriculural .ikers. They
did not sav how IhJ
i. spent but .-ft ll to the djo-
i tin local Oovarrunenl
The] appointed a coinmlitei- i >
Into lha inattei .-<"t thl
tee reasoned that the beat
could bo spent was to help the
worker-, repair their houses and
establish some playing fields In
the various paiishe- It was a
HrAj "but remem-
in>r that th.s fund does not help
panter "i mason or the
peasant who does not work. Of
course If the peasant works his
land he too can apply lor some of
the moony, lor In t*u-
would be labouring on the land
tl,ninth for himself. In othet
a would le a labourer.
I al>out education In the
island, Mr Ward referred to oge-
vi mpiiik and said ttiat the Inboui
Party was making out a case thai
it was u wnndprful arrangement
lie was sure, however that all
parent* who were present at Ui.it
and all over the ndaml
.new that the rontrary
Wag the case. They knew that
this method of aue grouping
was worthless. "Your children
in the elementary schools do not
know as much today as Miey did
t.fteen yean ago undoi
plnvmrnt m the island, because
re weie some people w*io
would make a change of iheir
l before the 150 days
erg -\pircd and get somebody
the job to as to get awav
from carrying out the law.
Mr. Warn then spoke of Ihe m-
S'tjuate water supply in ihe par-
and other places in the idsnd
aa waU. and said that altlMo*.
VIM] had been passed by the
|aaiilatuie some years ago to get
Jet necessary material. Govern-
ment could get none of it from
la'. I up to now.
Vou iii aae that Mr Boata-
mjit,,i of Jamaica goes tu Kn--
lOlii! and Kets all that !.
Thai is because Jamaica hat a
arcpt^i Prime Minister in the p-i-
on of Mr BAaruunantsj He baa
paabjht, ability and initiative
ggr Adams is undoul>tetll> a man
of ability bul he hat not got suf-
iU-l.-nt busings ahllity to handb
these matters He want* some-
i ads |o help him.''
i ' Ullng the Government could
dg ,i.i Mr Ward >.< to dig up
H* where the pipes were U>
be laid so that when Ihey arriv-
ed m Ihe Island hhey would just
be laid down. It would in an
an. .it tn provide the water for
the people at the earliest possible
opp> rtuioty.
Served I nitIif>a11 >
^^ Ward told the crowd lhat
he ad lertad them fnithfntiv i ,
..i ... preparad
t> i on dOin| so A little while
.tic hud aetually divided nut
to i tins time rot Itrttan i><--
uii ha had too iniieh buBrnaaal
10 I mdle and theiefmr did m>t I
think lie could continue to repre-l
erst 'hem aa coneclontto i-
he si uld There had been a great
urge by the people of the paiiata
that he tfiould pan! In tie, however.
pee he bad wived them faith-
h and well for the last seven-
n yean He Jia en up some of his work and made
certain adjustments to CaTf] Old
thi M in .it tn> people
ll<" wai asking them to mve
coUeafue, Vi VaJcott
and hlrnaall i vote on I
i : ni.-. wore lha Deotore As-
,.,!,. I .,.,
and Ihe chief nop- ..f ", .
is also being shown.
Another lUm H Voui I
roattt "Thl
t the ti
-
\.|M.. .1.
ttlm iv especially mval
patents srho the I
persons of passing the knowledge
lldren
FOR ALL CLASSES OF
I^SUHMCE
CONSULT
A. S. BRYDEN & SONS
(MMIS LID.)
AGENTS FOR
NATIONAL EMPLOYERS
MUTUAL GENERAL
INSURANCE ASSN. LTD.
May moan kidney trouble
A lumtMHi o( aui kidiwys is to
diaunate haiaitnl uii|n mn liani
Illhr hiilnrjFt grow
*l"gg'sh, '"'
iiUtr and settle and ol tm become
a cause ol pain m kHata and
muscles. The wi / u. taiklc the
ti.mbl. is SB aalp th- kidnefa.
They sl,i, ! |nP,| Wlth
D- Witt Pdls Die mrdieiiie
made apeciallr tot this puiiose
Or Will a Pdhl hve a soothing,
(hsansiux aMaatneprt) aehenea
lh<' kiilin-yv thai in agl Bsaai
baik to pedmiii ibeii naluial
function |h..|'iIt I his well-
inrd ii>......i. is -...Id all over
^ the world anil wr have many
ktlers Ikhii iilteiei* trlhlUJ
^ at ..... pell*, all" yeara
1 of Miflriuig. by (nkuig I>e
Wills IMIs. Iry them
tt i writ,......f the poopli
t HOUae togelher
your representatives," said Mr.
Ward.
I .hi, in St Lucy with vou and
I have served you well f >i Ml
enteon yean You are aware of
tt.it and I dive no doubt you
. i ma back to 'rhe II'
OUR
GUARANTEE
Da Witt's Hil'
aiamitai lured umtet 1.1, tly hygienic
coculitiiiiis and tli. ingredients con-
form to rigid standards of punly.
DeWITTS PILLS
lor Kidney and lUddtr froublr ,
to contin
HU i
depend -
you 1 repeat, glvi
,,[ ...,,i vottt and aive Mr Wal-
cott the other. 1 leave il to you
to do your duty to him
me."
NUTMEG PROFIT :
$1,337,425
(JHENAI>A N U
i ,; dmeg |
here v.iii ahan ii aha dbrtiibu-
im i of $1,337.4:*.% the profit de-
I the Urenada Oe-optTl
live Nutmeg AsstK-iation on part
of Ihe year's working at a gen-
ii..! meeting yesterday.
I ivourable position was
r..,, hod deapKi i iop losses
during the strike earlier this
* Wralhrrhrad's Again
:, l|HsthrOI.IiSMOnii
. m u .-..... a
iiiiv Kasna teea X.
u.Ahi. i rna in \ >i w
BUXBH gj
UJ aiV tlgareue. Si jfi
lu Maur.rr i UJt- B .
aa r id % a r^
* ITS HERE AGAIN 11 "
5 Purina Milk Chow U;
aB H. Jason Jones Co.. Ltd. Distributors b
d i i I i i i I "
Brighten Up For Xmas
We have a wide range o(
PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES
"ST T. HERBERT Mel.,n"S-T
10 a II i:m| ni < k ItUBR.
; -*-'*-*.','.*,*,v-.-,'-',','-*,',-,*,'.*,',-,',-,-,^',',-,*-*^'-*-',-.--'.'--,--'-*-'-'-'0
\OTKK
InaUud ajf our half ilny on
Snliinlay lllli.. we will lw
piring half ilay on Thurmlay
6th. Oeeenftenv
COLLINS I Til.
M/
IMl/a .
HlllMllr
YOU
TOO
WILL
BE
DELIGHTED!
MtOe l\ 17 THK
COCKADE BAR &
LOUNGE
0**r Stanfeld Kroll & Co., Lid..
Broad SI reel
l/W EX JOY i rtiVE .##;.-/
/\ I COOL x QVIBt spur
HAM. CHEESE. EGG. SANDWICHES
HOT DOGS
COOL DRINKS A- FRUIT JUICES
TEA COFFEE COCOA
The Place where only ihe He*.! is Served.
Waiting to Greet
You all

Santa Claus will be looking for you as usual in our TOY
DEPARTMENT every Saturday December Is*. 8th, 15th, and
22nd. Everybody always enjoys our Xmas Parties and there will
be the usual Lucky Dips and Music to amuse the little ones.
Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd.
10. 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET
1
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ni II.ir ,) Muhad.
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liiim" 5e/a
nil ^
snj 'llunhill Sliell anil llmtinf^
jSJ t iimotv f.ian.1 Mam
W rarfcers' Shell jn,| Hru-5
fl ere (X
m '*'"'-' Leeaaaa Pt*a m
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A ueiiht fine -w
M, 'All Hlse. and ataBMa *J
^ Piieaa irom i on la III M i
Waaan'a Oraart Cnerri Pip ^*
Jt l.ira Lome! BBapee
m
., v ii miiiiii Range < < ae i| a
I'lp" at Ml rent- i, I. **
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' ilnrel' I itra laine 7 '' K
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9 n..... m
yWFtiim.i.hhA iiirdc
DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS
AT BARGAIN PRICES.
At a big dlKOUFil w'- recently purcl
I Li Icnowri b i
Lrei......I wi
br
11. .,.! v :u-
100 D0Z. E.PN.S-Al FORKS
ACTUAL VALUE AT I EA81 * CENTS
OUR PRICE-58 CENTS EACH
96 D0Z. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES
WITH MIRROR POLISHED BLADES
AND WHITE XYLONITE HANDLES.
UOUl 0 .Hi : KOI LEW THA H I
OUR PRICE-62 CENTS EACH
Tffl APPROACH1N PBSTIVAL SEASON WILL
EXTRA DEMANDS ON VOUB TABLE
APPOINTMENTS BE PRKPABKD
NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY!
WE CAN Al.SU OI-'FKK A GOOD BANGE
IULAR STOCK ITEMS INCLUD
DESSERT AND TEA KNIVES
; ; SOI P TEA U*D CO K K IE,
SPOONS, CARVING SE1 ETC ETC
. , I larilu.r
HARRISON S b.
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SlNflA^ wmx Ml
SI \I>U HMIMItKK
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ONE WHEEL
LANDING
mn. n > I when ih*

\ I en Tjos-
Bttrtfaf :ifter t'k<
la. Pmaengeis vrh"

ivm to the skil-
. f "he IIs*
-, said aa
lelo.iscd the wheel Of
*h aircraft (or the landing he
' -he left wheel
down. He uii forced
i.j make .-. l.mdlng i^n one wheel.
I -tit ,-,. -"*!! on one
- lr-K-1 i
.
it t-* -kid
kin* .1 skid
II rkgrao. .
nuts at the alr-
i trie .scone but
:.i> natrJ far II
into action. Employees fiom the
ether operatlni airlines rushed

i>-.- 1'iiirt-n in flU'in-
1 UH| came
off the Bircnfl thev did not
iney bear
rkmr suit ui
. (i qulry mto

4 Members Of B.G.
Legislature Strongly
Oppose Federation
From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, Nov. 30
A RECORD crowd <>f .spectators heard four members
]> oppose fedi-ralion with Ihe West Indies as thi>
(aturc continued Ihe debate nn Nicholmn's
ninlion to-day.
Opening the Httat-k Lionel Luckhoo asked members to pro-
mtii caution and declared that the protagonists ol Kesotuuen at th* next party meet
federation must prove the benefits which wrnild accrue
"beyond any reasonable doubt."
IM'.P. Wekoom
Japan Hon..
' ' t>* ^*"*iiiiamt|
uEom;croWN Nev .
than 1,000 members ->i the
Peoples Progressive Parr/, headeu
by ;i steel band welcomed Hon
Dr. Cheddi Jagan. Party President
nn his return Wednesday from a
vialt to U.K. and behind the iron
curtain.
Jagan told oi workers in East-
ern (jetin.div wnrldnsj with a
Bsalls *hiic in Sea land
workers had ahtmn clearlj 'hr.
were oppreawd by
plo>cr*. He proposed movfeBSj
Luckhoo said the magnitude of

thaui acceptlni
|OM not hesitate
OM is afraid or because
OsM Is vulTeriiig from a complex
but if * arc to enter into any
ip ii i- Mceset
an ine whether there srsa good
faith or confidence in each other.
Cuba Investigating
Use Of Paper
From Bagaase
elected at the next General Elec-
tion to pay in their salaries to the
Party which would decide how
nimh each representative would
set.
'We must continue the light tea
the liberation of Caribbean people
and not cease until British Im
perlalttm is thrown out" hr md
ChauflYur Will
Pay Appeal Costs
WIIJRED COHDEAU. a chauf
leur of Trafalgar Square, ap-
if you mini
in start in
aaoti tiaiv
cry upon Smith Alarm dock to
r-n> i.i i"n (M "i liiw Flu"
'arm. NFW DAWN, got,
fur Whour* ionrindiftg Intrram.
h^ or green <..iet*i1hpl.iie<.1 ntttngv
1 Inch .tml "ith full luminous
AKo avaiiaMe i

"AV I AHM S.1VH1
B.W.I. Ciirnur*
Notes i or \ittigna
P li.UN'S
Whfii
.; Thursday
morning passansjera rnurnuH
when Ike i of potlre
or A. A. M. Iful
i .
came to
look up their pn Hksj urn
A.
inounted and
Jjluaxstty towards (l.e
I
toms and KmiKraiion*' but no
arrows potnUng -ne way or the
other to
to the bull t i i,,, | .

I
i Oflfttl I
tul >ii lit.' prc.cn i .
..I Ii,.- Pi i

cere thrown d ind u i

Ike fkird
hipmen*. which hat been flowr
PciltT-OF-SPAIN. Nov. 20
Development of plans In Cuba
It was no use glossing this over for the manufacture of paper from
ii our eyes to the position, tugar cane waste 'bagasse) was
Mud Luckhoo. the objective of a visit paid to
iuttmed: "Could w* feel Trinidad recently by Jorge Guerrn
have any faith In any of Deben. representing the National
i is in either Jamaica or Bank of Cuba which is associated
with the Bank for Industrial and ._
Vincent Rntn to convince mem- Agncultursl Development In Cubs, pealed a
ben on the arguments he adduced. Mr. Guerra. who is a member Of Knee Magistrate H A Talma I
i House a large map a three-man commission appointed wh,, floe Mm r, but v'ssBrstal
: i show members the vast to gather information on the sub- h. diri ... t .oLf, ^iL* -k
liapertt, m are* between B.G. and icct. conferred at length with Mr J* J" ' **%> Z". ,h*\ *
the islands which he (aid could be Waller Scott, an authority in the ;.. Appeal Judges ,
accommodated In the northwest field. Mr Scott's treatise The In- "r "' A- vauahan nd Mr. j
..nd still have a few hun- dustrlal Utilisation of Sugar Cane *'',|i^n" and they allowed the*
dred square miles remaining By-Products", prepared for the decision to remain in loree.
vacant. Carlbeban Commission, is Inter- t'ordeau was fined for causlnu'
Roth declared he did not want nationally known and consulted.
to bi ruled '> '"'b thumping In the course of hl< Investlga-
ranterx" who had Hgured so pro- Ho". Mr. Guerra has visited Peru
-ill years in the Argentina and Bran I where he
I en he ;idded B.G. inspected the site of a bagasse
never was and never (onld be a *>***/ Planl ' be put in operation
hi r.nbuaan. ai Monte Allegre. Sao Pa
Our Destiny hp P|an' ' * to c*n"d"
m. S/nif/t/Jlakmd
STOP THAT
COUGH
Sun taknis: VBW1 CUt'UI
MUIt'BK at once, ind sec how
quKkly yimr cotigh will iop '
'rrus world famous cough
remedy soothes away hoarse-
__ net* and sorencssi cases
^-"-^*l hrcatbiog, and prate
a chest and lung*
B*ederauon ne \*ui was a good
hing for the Weal uuUei, hut n
would be impertinent to suggest
h had its own destiny
vas part of it. Though he opposed
IBfcs miitmn he did not think the
kkW >hould be slammed forever
to the Federation idea.
Daniel Dehidin described
Three "Argosy"
Crew Leave
his car M-1319 to wait upon n
parking place. Trafalgar Bl
on the norlhern ndi of the
Fountain Garden. The offence
was committed nn September 8. (
When the ease came
ilo. Later hearing l>efnre the Pol i
irate. Cordeau did not appear
i ither.
besides re-olvms that the de- (
islon should remain in force, the |
fudges ordered Cordeau to pay I
H appeal costs
YEBJtS
COUGH MIXTURE
Pimples andJad Skin
Fought in
24 Hours
iPran Our Own Cnrr-p.i(u|pnl .
PORT-OF-SPAIN
Three members of the crew of
(deration with the Weat the Amay of which Captain Dud
T ":,V y **".ln,[ "olf.r Osbome is the chief, left Trinidad
birth right for mess of potage ,(irilUgh the instrumentalitv of the
rbera .ere seviral reason, why ,.n(IO(1 s,,
' '!" "- .rcipt Federa- Tlev h.d beTT, .tr
ksn ChuTl of ih.-se was that bv rhKlSalWln*
o, a subsuintial ptirtion ol ,. ,' ."
to be 12 SESft-^i
timed nvei lo Hi. Kedeial Oov-
-
on lb.-
I'.-: ,r
re ileveloplng and in
Diisoquence her trade would de-
velop. The Wesl Indies had done
itOUUng for B.G. he said, and
furthermore, he saw no reason
should leilerate when
n.G was not in the Caribbean
rumentallty i
Consul General
PROPERTY WILL
BE APPRAISED
In the Court of Chancery yes-
erdoy. the Hon. The Vice Chan-
PDor, Sn Allan tolly more granted
PuSXUf
tr: tw smh
tfw,dl*ee*Tr of NI .4*-m br
iaf?-
'
stranded in Trim- Ihi appUeaMon Im a d*a
September when I'ie appraisemenl and sal.
aiTcwte.l for I'Ttlns of land and dWilUriihotl <
inuKglliig guns and ammunilioii 'tiled "tsme*" at Bath Village
, watei. im.' .if the m.-' hrlel .....reh, iii Ihi -m >f Cllf
. ha intend to write u- -' M wmte rerani i lamrwe i!
,,. I -'yne
i ! the Argaay in St.
1 (OMUmI -i.d (tiaAtulink Skla MasllHl rawt mliiBr alii UII )vu i'il l-rr. si li.it
mfh m r.m rraulsa. nvin. Bina- U ih ntniis* uwUasn tou bavs btn
i w"11*! *un, atscaaai. liilw i a>*ains io ' and ft'd IllSiThrs. Dn'l tt bad ,km l,> m- fon look mor< llrxlln, to htrlo
I ..TIhlni At
. it atoapra tlft
uid ? in, am
dat All UN "l
*H. .. 1^ "r^ kl H 'V T. " .. ,.JOfc
(raff bta IBHa BliBint 1" I'a'dr' ! i. I*
hi suplr ii H i- < irsui rspMllr late "< *
iiiwvfnrlace tSM-
i
.ii ll ii.f.f.or and cans* r*" to it*. ._
.. ,. M msatSa cmii ;( fain ttiia im cl.r.i\ hMltl
,fi Jin* *., ana S-i.'l l.t a bad alia I w Sir N K .
... tKjpl thlna yau sn duaaati. l.i.rl* It. i.i.... -......., ....
A N-w Di.,.v..y BT\iSR?ffir-'S
N,.**fm la an otnlsaarat, but Slffer-i 1 H'hiT.f In ID minutt. .
.... .. ..,. saagaSaggmiap*
UiM|l-
ems.
........
i.
Building Down
^argeant appear)
r the Ll.iiiititl Clifton ^
Ttie Keglstiar M.p.-f
i Lea L.oi.i...... .it mm ihe
i rawrtv v*aa lui.d.! (a
. rv.iro.ptvirivnt I
Certain RequiremenK
Sliiictises ltf>rt,r(f
Hat On Floor
n. | a,
. ..uii .. itgn
i gratlnn Oi
i I- planes

- M open II.

I Ine flooi

Ii ibh .....
Ike people < tin*.
urnker of pri-
peat, and
In increasing numbers, tandtng >'
i ij havlrif i"
i isdliuj t-ix thus causing
; revenue to Antigua.
sr JOHN'H
A lending contractor told me t<
'ling day that building and repairs
WATER SHORTAGE
AT BATHSHEBA
principle, housvs has decree
Bait Canal R-d Other areas
affected are Kns'ei it.ill .itid New-
castle. Truck" from the Water-
works Department are viipplvmg
these area* with water
OMOO" OFF DOCK
Debidin
pl federation
.1 okete were cu-tain prereoiea- in recent months. Peasants who Dathsheba area of Si Joseph. The
a m.ght haV9 improved their homes main pipe line has broken owing Ui
' lerrilorie-i t.i fe.lei -.....oinp|,niiing of feehng the landslide caused by Ihe recent
"",*. T *WJS fl**i,V '"nch' ""'v have no money to do n" This line run* along the
n Hie pa! I of the Gumnese part 'n-fj.,, -!--. nnenlv exnreea
ft 'ierllreT. *"" *** *'" ,n Toere should also be pohticaJ ^u. denperatelv wrong in Anligua
ndeiiendence of the territories, l"" *** * * "SLSygi
well as economic stability, ""f, .wor,h4 foyr
had -...iiomle stability No '""'red thou-and dollars to the
advantage would aiiwers were left standing at the
from joining .i federal Ion ""' "* 'he 1K1 crop. They are
.. -in- of bankrupt colo- well aware that the 19S2 crop will THE 6-ton Belgi
'ii*-*'' and hi place "our faith in be reasonably good, but what of onto* which is here on a cruise
ihr hands Hung about B.G., and men who Whether or not the weather is *|Mnding five dav undergone
< ipable of slandering us even favourable It will be one cf the general repairs,
more than they have already .-land's smallest Top* dti" to re- Own is expected to leave *''
,tone"- ouced planting .tren |r Galepaio* Island In thi
Joining the opposition Capt. ______ Paciflc
C. H. Smellie declared that the ----
nnplications oj the Standing nffe(.t our flnancial stability in
1 "?"..- Aaf-PSUUon. ,repor! ,wer'" the future. He thought it would
vuefc tbni K^G. euuld not federate and u,., B_G> Bhould keep on
with the West Indies The- ques- nrm ground and keep out of It.
'i.m .>.. uhethri .is li.nl heeti
pointed out In the budget speech. The debate was udj-urned to
'he cost of joining would not Wednesday, December a.
.:- iis ii anp ssflan i
,i**i. iii aai nmi issseia.
biolutrtv notlilnr un-
jovi aoaipiMa
-In I ha
... it c&ara iaor asm to
>iafti" I ^ralrt UNrtr- >" '" \"
lim rmiruiug hat -*in imviroMiil Tn#n lual a on atlrj
, NStaSWl tor tnia -* a. d ai Ilia .nd of
m u/uL, g ''-l ,;"'* nest ' Bbsia ."-" ii
r .> MUadH-M I*. (ctontBInllr rvw- > iraAtnaRmxt al*a *i th Kln ol tkln
MKiKWd %m aslrt Ft,i. troaMc*. it >.iti tnai *iu m.i* tun adaiirtd wn*rm ?<,*
lalt'l than i -*i, in to. ol tati ull uai-
fw< i b-i. i ,m. ( nr-1 y^..t main) Ul U tanindta la
SSf >S *a*aiUnf m a l-* aunau-i, lu I tin N.iaSa,*, n .
.. ib.u.tJi.i.n. NaarSsg aii4 taSar "raa -m S'^ti^ta rao.
Ufa
Kelcl
n.\*ui.H.ii is
2 nail 3 Coll
im ii mis a in i its
Small
PEXIII s ll l ll l'l s l II s
Am /.. in .in,
a
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No. 9 HIGH STREET DIAL 3301
Never
forget/
Its best to but|
IRlatighum
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she's neat
She's perfectly
i-'iilTt'iii-i'il.
sin- Imowi .-ill
about A.K..
the perfed dresefaig
baT iiiinily
tveeeee.
why nol ivy A. K. PntUsde
3 OUnell llu> < liri-lnias. Thr
tlifferenoe it ma k <- to flm
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hoi ooUba are neeeaaary
when yon on
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SUNDAY I1KIMBRR 2. 1(31
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
PACE ELEVEN
FASHIONED IN LONDON:
By DOROTHY BARKLEY
NIGHT AND
IN HEMLINES
feu
UJNDON.
planning to mala* or

... .
fa II intriKlucifl
I >n every
. tha on eoDai -
Won.
nsjtr than
and shi i u*ual t-vr-
i hvs (io;n
uid.

think; i
crowded ballroom, U.m '" W>
torian-lnfplrad InbUnad. ava-

i Um tubula '
eUngbig, 'inMiir drama, whici
von mannaqulna Bound i
difficult to
Colour <>f tin

doUghu
yellow*. A:
Kvays. lace o\i*i- luUf.
frequent1
I
effect.
. typ* uf dress thi*
aoeaol is on the waist -
llne; accent for evening dressc.
PTOrldad by the cummer h mid
vrlukOUl which no dress is either
oaunatata or fail
mule, .in eiLtcmbla In smote
t had a cummerbund vl
.. |
\ huh replaces
last season's stole. Have one in
ill as your draas,
Ihraa-taKfa M
und.
Now for .i contrast. The akuf-
length for day wear Is definitely
longer than last season; make it
- I r*M from the ground.
Xha silhouette f.>r tails
II. sleek and slimming";
Un ' <: < tin* o|i]xiMte riiuniuM
Uras, narrow waist, and
full skirts. To emphasise the fuK-
1 | skirts. than
typo of patttooat. it ha* i
M hip yoke of tnffeta above n
i
By far the most exciting new:
Tobacco Duty. V* \ir Atvh-O
Hospital Fees
Rained In KG.
GEOROBTOW N. B.O. .Nov. i.
llon'bie Walter Frasvr acting
Iflnosteial R i rreasurcr
; gudati> e Council

is of SI 99.7 US but which
tut ll.i: i
iuty Incraaaad ma $i M t.> S2.tm
i n'.ii.
In propoBed to I
Foot by 20
i i.ders wm
pay $1.50 per year licence.
Ij on Diamonds pad
precj
cuts to M
i i:y will sand up cigar-
ettes by ptr pack'.'.,
'rasers nuilEct-snecch also
'; 11 hint thai <
very seriously
hath* in Its DOW
matt* it. Uso rm- Industry shouiJ
[ not make some direct contribution
I revenue as wa
. X M 'WV\
PORT-OV-8PAIM
i ii Trial-
tl.iil ..mi t'aru(-iis through Uv:
laitao will
rommanoa o Saturday, with ona
.f thalr man* luxurious Martin
202 aircraft. This Is done with tho
purpose of affording
botwaan Vanaauala and
Trinidad > mora eonvamV i
ulo of arrival and dapartura.
I'he pure
sdk prtnta, tuss i
and faalliai waiajii m *
prove popular D
DJUrtai nil COUbanlnsj tWO or motv'
I < moat popular
\
and veiiow
printed silk again It
"summer | .,. tha fu'.l
skirt. Suits. In the new light-weight
worsted, have rounded houldaT
Una. shorter jackets than last
season, and fuller RUrtl Typical
the suit in aubergine-
coloured worsted spotted with
aoaanlsjiad ith friue-i
while blouse. (See illustration).
New sandal-type lightweight
h..-s pi...nic .. further ,H*nt of
oraaaa. Those are
eaUophana this season,
and In pastel colour, to tona srltri
Tips for tiu- faahton i
Bring last season's whlti i
'-1*"; draa with a mx-
i bund;
Por -hi Individual touch on 3 MURDER TRIALS
IN LEEWARDS
..1 A
When tha attUiuBj of tha iuj2
Circuit Court tak
Leewards tin- coming January, (Or
the first time in history, than
will bo nuiiiii. trlaii in anon of
the three largest presidencies,
Antigua. Motilserrat and St. Kill;.
Another Theatre
PORT-OF-SPAIN,.
Yet another theatre has come tn
tha hoart of ftart-of-Sa
M opened by Iht
Of Port-of-Spain last week.
The building eots $250,000.
Mr Industries.
Fraser pointed out that tho
I .specially exempt
under law from income tax and
make* no contribution to general
WINS CYCLE RACE
FOR GIRLS

Jeanetta Bamadhln" Ueurgnti,
17-year-old cycle champion, won
tha Brat long listance i:
raeo for girls under 10, I
beat three other membeis of irn-
Barbican Wheelers Club OVOr BUM
and one-fifth miles on the
Churchill-Roosevelt Road. Qaorg-
etti also won the lap pruta In tha
llefa was begun at tl i
laria crossing. As a raaurl aha won
the Eugene Fernandez Challenge
Cup
.M hair is waved bacK
brom tin' forehead, (no trace ^f
a fringe or bang) ami lombed up
. i Qm ! k In i '' :
slMfft rU' ^osa well
with tha new small hats penned
on top Ihs
choose mushroom u
s.iIiumii pink, petrol blue lilnr. H
rofiow.
Rananibar tha tram I
effect of touehaa of whlta waai
a frilled wl^r
a hirga white ea&ar -
a-aX
I.EFT: Suit Ul a\ib*'rgin.
eolourad woratod with novel
wtmvo and ipaekad with white.

Ihaj nachllna
RiaHT Aiunrnoon dress in
reltow tonaa,
it is worn with Uillo paUkoal
.
Agostini Hi/w
Shell Trophy
i -.i
Mr. M Aaafcuu; i
an took ni.ijoi honours at the
COUrhnr* Cm ClUb trials run off at
I .i. winning the Shell
1 eassjholdl Challenge Trophy for
.he best individual performance
and also the T.A.A. Trophy for the

:' I \ \ I r
ft A.DC was among Hit-
contestants but was tuuuhcappad
by mecham I ind With-
pi,ii Inf third in the
.-print for Lara can Hi drove an
Fifty cars look
part in tht anpatlUon
ON ROUTINE VISIT
!.
Brigadier A. F C Jackson'
OBE. has arrived in Leeward
Islands to carry "' ' ruUn In-
i -1 i Li
r'orcel. He is siheduled,
Bt Kltts first.
HIE l\lliSliil\l EXHIBITION
Sl'I'l'OKT LOCAL IMllSTRV
\Ki: YOl' INTl'.KKSIKK IN TIIK PSOOBSSS
OF BAUBADOS
If ui. \isil llie ll.ii.lh of
Till. BARBADOS KOIMIRY I.IMITKII
ArlicU-s Miinufaclurpd locally at Competitive Prices
WHY PURCHASB YOUR HKQl/ll'.KMKNTS OVER-
LOCAL PRODUCTION CAN MEET
rrnoN in design, quality and price i
\\. v, 1,,-i: \'.,ur Su;|)orl in the Inle
Wholt < minmiiiity.
st ..f the
Tlit- Barbados Foundry Ltd.
WHITS PARK
MM SMMMS
SHOP AT BARGAIN \
HOUSE FOR REST / _-
ALL-ROUND VALUES &
CRINKLED SHEER
in Pink, Blue, drey and Navy *I.H per yard
MOSS CREPE
in Green, Ueine. Rust. Broun. Blue, ( hcrr> uml
MnstiirH IH per yard
I \ll.l SILK
In Taniterine. SiainRo\al, Chineve-l.acquer.
Br.iv> n and Black......................$1.5 per yard
NEW BORDERED SPINS
Beauli.'ul Designs on White Background.
special SI.5C yard
HJU RANGE OF
CREPES. SILKS, HUM M\IS in Assorted Colours
(rom ..... .........*L0 "P
Sprrial lor Girls K Boys
ALL LEATHER SHOES
in White. Brown, and
Red
V ESTS in all sires Mc up
P WTIKS
in all si/es 12c up
HATS in:
Crinolines. I.eiihornv
Frltii and Straws "
beautiful si vies
Cheap Prices.
BRASSIERES from Sl.no Up.
al
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DIAL 2702 S. AI.TM.WProprietor.
,\;if Caasfl Ummmt SaiaaaW,
Uingrr tailing, fl "illrn > in.' i)ri> ( yltx
iri.iWr. thai harmomia uilh 'uui f CUT
Tk* U.,,1,1. I/...* Pmmilm Vail Pailak
PHBNSIC nfalca deal the hca.i ir.d dbpcl mhueu
and psin N*hinl (he assj I nej bring fjasssj high temperature,
itbava miliy, OMfDMed i-elingv. ji iin- tssjM bant -billing the
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dtsappaaj m m uhk. PHENSIC tablets j-i qukkl| and saicl*.
Thcv neither harm the heart nor upta the tassjaob. Keep a
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ensic
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0h
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Bicycles may look alike hut only one make has
tbc Lion mark! That in the R|B of 1*1 III I ll'S
Ihe sign of strength and line workmanship.
Everything in the Phillips Bicycle hum us
sturdy frame to its smart chromium plating and
gleaming enamel is made to last you longer
and serve you better.
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r.vr.F. TWELVE
SIMIW \1)\ IK-ATE
si MIAV. DECEMBER I. 1*51
^usual THE MOON AND
R. KINSIIII MUAILAl //*/_? Iil\ I I Ik *l I
THE Persians wilt (-11 DUt with of course, with the return of ution unlU H wii tune f- :
Mr. Eden over his statenunil ma the imperialist Churchill to power catch the next rocket home. 1 know
the economic life of Persia is dis- n w inevitable. Nunetheft. I that Saturn is encircled by nnp:
'- was a little surprised to rtsi la also that these are uot. as was once
A report from Teheran rewi.ily the A4*WHt. bar *fter believed (but not by met. m-de of
aid: "Busuwu as WU the Conservatives had taken ottre, molid rubber, f know that the n-
But thswi's a catch: busincu M the menaclnc headline *'BrrMsh (jre surface of Venus is perm.in.-nt-
i*ual l* Persia u not quite whet Claim The Moon". j- obecured by thick clou I
it ..uikK and this should be un- For sheer"P*Mcity. ou mut dn noI . *thm w(ln' u^
Tor naaplt al any luomeal !"">> lalands. Ouau-roale clalma q. ^^ Mtm t ,
new tSS;p.i,i, win a. Brmjh.; IW .-la *uT 2S i.uSom.
.1- ii. *JrZ----- Mr. Burroughs has taught M
the further that the grass ior sward,
orklng on :
j Greece claims Cypru.v
18.000.000 svheme BrA1"'" c,ata" thm I"00*
junc-nt capitil
What is more, sbe cliiirr
ell
.-., eaaJiji '"
call it) I*
IVil. .
to >upply theu >>>> __ _
-iih iu nm piped w.Mr aupply """ ,. p wlth _
lor a couple ol thousand years. "The British Inlertibnelary So- ., \7^_. (What (ulendw
Wter. the (nil SeotUsh en- ,,,.,, .,, ,n. ,ouort. ,^kI S ^J, "SS
nineerlng consultants re.pon.lblo members with passports' lot In- ",V;' '"J,"! ,"n", arVVaci
lor the seheme had completed loo ,,, iVel. the 40-page "'"" '"-"'';' ?*X '" ~
pUni. It was auoaaUd to tho documents Include space for visas "''" "^J** *"^"V",
. ity fatten that a modern sewage to land at all planau of the solar V"""',*"? ""J ^f77 ^
system wont naturally with a system and at any British lerri- J* ,uW " "> a"" *"
.pply. Some millions tones that might be annexed In I arrive without my apace paaiport.
nds would be saved if the Iho heavens'." Tte Society's black; others again white, srttl
two jobs wenl on simultaneous- leaders added that tho passports bald heads which they cover with
ly. would peeve useful to anyone golden wigs. I know, moreover,
A member of Parliament got travelling Into apace. thai the local name for the planet
up in the Majlis (lower house) Now. 1 am no! om to quarrel u Baraocaa* now. presumably, to
ond exposed this dastardly Bu- _ be changed to Ihe Barsoom rVo-
-iii.' to sell the unruspcel- with those who know belter than teetoraae.
Inv foreiimer two Ma of iiIiim I- II Ihe UJlluh lmiTplanetary
!TteT "t tool - hVSid *"""> which, the newspaper On Ihe moon I an, dually veil
lm no emil but wvoo.^.n " 1"l>> >> Ite na- Informed, thanlc this lime ... Mr.
,o? Ihat rhl^nT. set SS I """ > Icadin, sclenli.U" teU. me Wells. 1 know thai 11 is I uled by a
ETmad^rST.n^ol ""' ?" b"ol< """ hlu* character called the Grand Luna,
i.l prove useful to me on a _,,, , ui jj^,, , 1L. Moo,,
stifle.
Km A fee
Jupiter no fewer than eight, .. -
any of Ihcse would doubtless ^rve v*"'' .'i"""*'1
very well < an interplanetary vn; that Ihe flora include an
Ellis Island; yet all Ihe same. If al inloxlcatlng fungus, and thai Hie
the last aaomant I found myself metal In most common use is told.
LIFE in Teheran is going on 01 |4C^ wit* the choice of taking my ,. ,^______
usual for my old lucid Ja.k paaaporl or. aay. Its aouivalenl Til. last tact--l bej youi oar-
-,-. who had Um h....iUtm,.s weight in chocolate or an extra fon?. Oh. yea. decidedlyIhese
and bum...... svalen fium In. eai'Hi," cig.i.el.cs. I know which 1 lnt '", '<* 'utnish the only
Me expacls to gel should choose. reasons 1 can na why the British
Uien.....ck I..... fat, ..I ivurl-. In any case, since the heavenly should with to claim the moon.
Williams know re u> be annexed and lie- So much fold would go lar 10
A tilth? while back, he liinl !..% .ome Brlllsh colonies lor perhaps, easo Ihe balance of p-iymesvel pal'
home cleared of everything he In defereace to progressive lion, ami ao intoxh-aliiig mushr.K.in
isoaaessed, by burglars, t'.irpets. Ihoughl. admlnlalared by Britain would be certainly welcome to
clothing, silver, and bnssware, as United Nations trusl terrllor- explorers from a land whole is ln--
collecled tor his wedding nexl *s). the nel_tor^passport la not ky is eight dollars Ihe bottle, hul
Lunar Con-
visa, tte doeu-
anl is likely to be about as much
..ii-ii. i ibal
it..- Is;,hi.iitc or. fur ..ulw. ighed
by the load of trouble sshlch
}Sy^x^^\;>^Xi
I'll.
,M'
apring. all went. entirely clear. There >in no (l,r tno ,.,., .
But he did not worry. It **arUan Embassy -
may tost oa a huodroU quid ; """^ ,..-*T."n> '.'
so. but ril gel M tbe stuiT. '
i iK-Hiiir. tbraa I
,u,, moon, sslien Ihe lice/ii..:
I" I.....""", '', H'Pen- ll'-1 ,, brouM tte peak ,,,
1 Know a good de.il absiul .-.iiidi- llm,K. . rAUt*. of BM
police offfcad I know. He'll llx il.- ""* ^^"^^1!,. !,,'n l, "ntplcx colour queaUon on Mars
Tlie pullcaraan luru.^1 KB ...I '"""H" 5* ""J*t 'STEll ,h. Thlnk "' ""^ "'" " """**' Thluk
r"""^- ^EFtgrtJIS* ^ ^^f^SSr-J^.S^ S! "'"""" ah-'l.."lT I-"
.i intB about the iobbcr>
fouldn't; tile .-uliceiuan waa
ITCHING
INFLAMED
SKIN
lUUBiini 11 s-hitig<*4 hj |rmvi amV.
Um skin. tyrtOilj **irti>ri into ji-ta-m-
piaapka led opttt ton* unlns cixckcd
TatMMBedt of tkm uHtrcii ksvc pr lk lht avtihini Bat>n hi. in i.-^ufi
Jhm ODD PreKiipuoa. TbM fsnwui
U4.LWJ Iwslrr Ami pn-inu lbs lateafed
lun Mini, tnis k in* f*nmn >erm ntj
I1W1 out ibr iofTCiKin Itawtf tnrn of
ikjo ItouhW 11 (i>ii.( >iu p-ln snd diwitw
- ECZEMA. PSORIASIS. BOILS.
ERUPTIONS. vm-.KI.V HE-Vf.
MAI AKIA SORES or EINGWOKM
ium s few spfliouoas ef wtjodcrful
D 1> D riniiapinis wil ii'-
ebrf I'trmtw*. lod DM s-oJ wakl
nil b* tasssagl ODD. PiMctipuw
obtaintvtvhl In-e-
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However it may be. I shall i
5tufT back? Yuu would- Wt-.l. w MnDn ^T*.'
come round to my place this a*a
mni; 1111.I have a diuik with
lng .
Thol's
Per;
,.I UlS- '.I!
bassneas as Miual
.".' leading ""T""'- ''!'} scratch with constitutional rator
""" '.LT "T H?%*ZL m .. ir' onrt demand* for klf-OovarnhWil.
Wells an. Mr. Ldgat Rue Bur- N w| -Wl ,ln ,.|,i,
, reuglo, Whal 1 know does not at- ,^ (frcc , , , baU
tract nw ... ,k_, ,hl. Martians- and Irade unions In tbe
I know, for instance, thai the hmir fo\d-wintt and w.llan
effect of gravity on Jupiter, due110 rr Organliatlnn for
ala- ....."?7** "l"',"0"" rfj," Development d V/ollar.- in UM
^^irTSSUVriawS**
hole of my vtaH in the prone l-
of Communist agents (without
space iKiHiporlsl. Think <>f ill Ihi
1 lo Um United IfatiOM
The Tallurr
A : KHKRA.N univc
dent .ipproBched his
Mid "If I square the examiner
not to notice who nits in my -.eat
will you Like the oxainltmtioti __
for me?" failed the againno the student
The tutor agreed. He had lo. is now mi,rig him for breach of Think of all the new buokl by
.f count, otherwise be wou.il contract. T>r. Bit:. Hiiulen -nul the q...
nevi-r have got his few for the The Persians don't nee anything >n the House by Mr Sorcnsen mid
term's tuition. funny in this. It Is whal titty un- Mr. Fenner Broekway.
When the pass lists went up derslund by "buninese as usual." Mmt, pleaae, Mr. rhunhiU,
It WU seen ttuit the tutor hd L.K.8. .hurt dun tin nu-m
DRMORSES
PILLS
IRUStIO RWIDT
ton OVII
50 KARV
I COMSTOCK S WORM IIII.ITS
J ..i-k- i.n'
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Cheaper but SV7ce
or may be
how about some
Czechoslovakian
Costume jewellery
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
JEWELLERS OF
BULTO.N I. \\l. and BAIUIADUS A(|l ATIC CLUB
aS/ Now
QJ / available
^^^* / in a large
^t* / assortment at
D'V / IMPERIAL
, / OPTICAL CO.
/ Loner Brond Street 4WS
/ AImi available. All Types of
/ SCN Sll \I)IS, ..ml OPTICALLY
/ COKRLCT MNC.LASSKS
uM FOR HOT-HOT DAYS \!
AvlY USE COOL-COOl TALC W
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USE COOL-COOL TALC
SoUtimg fresh art fragrant,
keeps you dainty and com
lorfable. adorned In the
fragrance men love.
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FLOOR
POLISHING
SERVICE
We are underlakinu il.. Cleaning. Sealing. Wo-
ina and Elerlriral Poliaking of Floors wilh
JOHNSONS WAX PRODUCTS
I..I your Floors prepared for Christinas
For full details apply-.
K. J. HAMEL-SMITH&f...Ui- |
DIAL 4748 \\
Backacha, Rheumatic Pain Relieved
odd .obs round the boutc cast
be s pleuurt sgam when you arc free from i~ack*cbe,
rlWMMttc paaw. sosf, %dtmt nu^in *tW voidu. Ium-tS^J,
beco or orxomoo urinary troublci due to impuhocs |/*j
m the blood. |lf
WhvmKgethappvrclKfbyuhiii:lVuii'slU^k4<.lMr ^-il
Kidney PlOs. They help da. Udneys to rid the blood I
of excess urta scid eod other impuntio which otber-
wfke niight collecfl in the system and cause distress.
HAW A CENTURY e/ a
hdSatn- mmem u rAa pni* rm
rtiuUng talmmit dm
rd of /X-m'l Wu. Grateful
* of ail ogai iu and rtammund iJui tffititni Jiwtt
miuapfte ikmw MmUi and mmgMoun.
As* yeat
D.Ur*
BdVlla^ivcKkincyPitU^P
Lovely ... Delightfu
XMAS GIFTS
at BOOKER'S
Lift* tor Hmr
1-AD1ES DRESSING TAULE SKI'S
YANUlaBaY'S I.IKT CASKS .
GABON'S NUIT DE NOKL I'ERKl'ME
PLEUi:
r & m airs bets .. .
4711 KM' 1)E COIatX'iNE .
INDIES COMPACTS
DKLAVELLE VlKINti SHIP PERFUME .
tx etr. .
Gifto tor Hint
Shave Sets bj YARDl I '
by POTTER , MOORE
KENT'S SHAVING RRUSHKS
HA1II BRUSHES .
FONOPADS .
COMOY PIPES
RONSON LIGHTERS .
CHROMIUM CIGARETTE .ASKS
MUSICAL CIGARETTE BOXtt.
Lifts tor th. 1'hiltlmt
LOVELY PAINT SETS .
XMAS TREE OhX/OKATlONS .
WATER PISTOLS
. .
We shall soon be rluplairlo ntir fine eeh-clion of:
MECHANICAL MKl'Al TOYS .
POP GUNS NOISE MAKEHS, ete, etc
For i/our creriy requlremenl:Shop at ni><
BOOKER'S (B'dos) DRUG STOIIS LID.
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SUNDAY m ( 1 MllER ?. 1K1
SUNBAT Anvoc \TI
I'Af.l I II IK 1 1 I S
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
MICKi.Y MOUSE
BY WALT DISNEY

JO- U I '- NTO
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BY CHIC YOUNG
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THE LONE RANGER
BY FRANK STRIKER
rx$N whtcmcs k*ds stock
CUT" e ores' TUSBS'9 C/iE**CETd -TXI.T &OK' GCMEO
Tie >0J CQOO-CS UP wit
A ZC7H QOBKCES'
JOHNNY HAZARD
BY FRANK ROBBING
BRINGING UP FATHER
BY GEORGE MC. MANUS
P KIRBY
BY ALEX RAYMONf
THE PHANTOM
BY LEE FALK ft RAY MOORES
A REMINDER!
BUY
PEEK FREAN
BISCUITS
TO-DAY
DECORATED XMAS TINS
JUST ARRIVED
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only
MM I I 11. Ol I I IIS lire m.. n.iil.ilili ul our li;i...!..% Ti-i-iUiil<-.
S|>.-iijlilst.. n mill N...m Slri'i'l
Uraullv Nk* Unally Now
Bottles Guinness Stout (pts.) 33 :iO Tins Evap. Milk 29 27
Tins Breakfast Rolls 48 I I Tins Brook's Pears 82 72
Bottles Creme de Menthe 425 :I7.% Currants (per lb.) 46 12
P. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street

MANCE n
HEAVY-DUTY
IIAI IIKIIS
<4.l All AMI I l|
Types for all Trucks and Cars
ELECTRIC SALES A SERVICE LTR.
I >x< llsl.l. Iloilll. Ml. >lill.l I
i'iiom Hi-.'-* i:i7i.
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THE STANDARD
VANGUARD
/aamrih
AND
TRIUMPH
MAYFLOWER

The Best Value, in Iheir respective Classes Today
CASH PRICES "VANGUARDS" $300000 MAYFLOWERS' S24O00O
TERMS On application
I ived another shipment of these popular models in the following at1'
I- Green, Black, Blue and Grey.
A REAL BARGAIN
Two (2) new Vanguard Pick ups at the special low price of S2623.00 each
(painted).
We shall be pleased to welcome you at our show rooms Pinfold Street and
make arrangements for demonstrations to interested parties.
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STAMPS
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No. 10. Swu Street
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pax ia*ad IM Parian Room. Si--.nt.la. AlmUiou*. aa lha Mr lvrr. all i-im
I'.wi.h Chun-h aa u* placa ?* all
paiiiUM dult qualllrd lo vMa al any
laitHMi of Vnlrvman laa lha aatd Parian
may aaaaanbla on Moaawr, uw Tlh >
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paiiM'innan af Hat i
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u. i i-ji'ii .i\ aiaaiiriaaa an Monda>
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fur lh* Paai**! ol HI PI.iIIb '
id
P a W -rOTT.
Parochial Traaaunrr.
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*.. n>av i..rrt on Monda. lha tlh da*
l2. hatwaan lha houra ol
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liom brach. containing 1 badro
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Kov-41 and Popular Ulcraluir u.
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REALTORS IIMIIIH
REAL ESTATE
AGENTS
FOR SALE
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KIlcMn ai^ apaala... Vaiandah.
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Standing on appro.imalaly lO.OtW
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and Dinina Room. Kitchen, Toilel
and Ralh. Vriaid.
Roam and (i.i-ri .
Tailal and Bat'. I
willl enough rVOaB In duplicate
above door Si-i-n-
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TM public arc Mreby warned again.l

'"Him .1*. KJSUJdANi aa I do not hold
nwil raapfui.il>la i... in i
HT tl-AIH lAIHKE.
Glaba Land,
SI Oeorge
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Oil SALE
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A GRAND CONCERT
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. i.nlng C.de. IltOB
IT BT JAMBB InaUr.
q H Omni at M c*> per aq fl Al
1 '. Acre.
Clmng for CS.MI AT lUHITHIM. -*!
in oOI Main Rd Very Meat RlMi>l-Wav
1
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dtono Bum Bunaalo-. I..
im Haclririly. >. An- i;..in. Lot.
I-IKI-M OF kl I.II1K11I-
: IIKI.I.HY ! nollca to
.fied lo vou al I
of Veatrymen foe Una Pariah.
ppnintad Ina Bl Ceotge'a Vctry Room
aa tM place what* all auch paraona ma!
meet on MonaU%. IM Ith Bay of January
IBM. battraoti tha houra M
.flock In tha nmnilng tn eleel a Vr"
M tha Paruh of Bt. Oaorga lo. tn-
..: am
II JOHNSON.
PaRKhlal Tre-.ur.r.
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to M nuliMd.
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PAKlaH Ol -I rRONAI
i MitimiY gtvo notk imi I ha
pp....tad the S.-M...I llouaa ne-i I
Pariah Church aa iM place wMra
pc nm in duly quallBad lo vota al a.
election of Vaatrvmen foe U -
na. aaaamble on Mndn.. the 7th d
F F Plla.UlM
ANNOUNCEMENT
We have been advised by ih. < iHiwnpm Allol-
mpnt Commitlev Out Ihe U WAIWKE!A'
Mjrbados direct. The M, "WA1WERA" it du>
n JBOBB-y 1952. They h.ive rurlhdr dd-
vued (hat. In order to anis! Trade development betw.--
badoB and New Zealand, and to reiiar. Hm n fi igwratiu.t
storage poaitlon in Trinidnd th.- u '. FIIA.MU- which is due
to ull from New Zealand on February Mh. INBj will call at
Barbados provided lurTtcient cargo is i
KOBFRT TIIOM. ITI) -Afrna. BLl'E STAR LINE.
DA COSTA a CO.. IVIDe-a \eenU: MONTREAL. At STRA-
LUOt, NEW ZEALAND LINE LTD.
SHAH SAVILLE 4UMN CO.. LTD.
NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO. LTD.
REAL ESTATE
JOHN
M.
BL4DOS
( CO.
a r .. r v a.
FOR SALE
Eledatl o( Ihr 1'arish l
(hrisl ilrnnti
QREETINQS.'
1 Partly
AT
ledioom Bungalow iNoi Old a
all Modern Convenience.,
VMw of Bra. Id-al Localloii.
\ Doina im t-'nd.r fia
...d "High
. Ootnd Under >MO-.
a-"lorry Stone Built Budneaa Pratalatt
A Bt
Ckah
....ra. abo>
IJdo aq ft uang Under CBOO Rv NAV

in n .
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Thl. Inr Under JCl.lOn IN TVtKMI W.
A laiig.- flmw H..il( Taro-B
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BrBd V..I1- Call al -OtK.
lunigli II I II SI- In
in HI Ml IDS
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Ltd. Puithi
FoffartT tB'doa i 1
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Glands Restored to
Youthful Vigour
In 24 Hours
Scientist Explains How
New Discovery Makes
Men Feel Years Younger
ilh I" .mi ill! and Mavy
aabnetoa roof TMre la a buae
L-aliapad livln|| room. 1 dy"1;1*
I
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aolar healing mal.illallon. garaga
and I M
rUmbojanl ti.-o and IM
,., .. t ...1 leu -
In a .-..-
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Eiiquirir.

lltchen and pantry.
ddl BBrast
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i . aU. ad
indentl..! wcUon. adjolninc north aide
^1 Oolf Counw. modarate prhe Foe
delalla ae.. JOHN M. BI-ADON A CA>
lti-n 40*0 B.B.BIt.fJl
AlCTION
I NDKK TIIF. SII.VKR
IIAM.MKR
i iwnt.laalon
B( M'< M HanacMll wa '
Ba-vtao. fcngle Hall -toad t'
Dining Table. C.udaa A.
; lafaOtl Vanlahing Cort l-il


Waggon. Upr-fl

nil In Mahod. Eleclnc Filling I'll << "
i.,- Gk-. c<; I
i bikri High Chair
Uenla' Compo '
.
. l'-.|.ir...l. P-inlad and
ra Pa.....; ataauaaaaa of "TM TMao
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ii .i.i
and A Mail.- ,4
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Undo a-d MM. load
ille Small V
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URANKEK. TROTMAN
A net inner ra
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LIM1TK1I
PLANTATIONS BI'lLDINti
KI.MK BROAD STREET
Paaaenirr Kalea AfrnU lor;
Trana-CanafU Airline.
B.O.A-C .o,:i B.VYLA
Alcoa StramMiip Compint
I il,plii..i. No: 4466
|| TF.N
IL. vine lawn nwn1iu..lod on
TnuradAy 22nd ultimo aa a candi-
date to serve In lha -,
Assembly. 1 take this opportunity
01 .inking you to attend the polls
on KWlion Day, the UU. "f !>'
eembcr, ajad gm- m. MM >.l ftHM
voles.
i i .* - dt
. .... .1
, (igour, en-
. .ound In Ina
-nit in >our body, panUukuly lo toa
a.1 (I.I d-
TBg Bl Mfgaj r / .1. i . r tin. i*T|
m ihia dociot u Mm fa.i t.iai be Mi pel-
lected a roa>binaiiun of Mrba and neii-
line, n.lo inpl. -i,4 *a-U>-Uk* Uhlet
Tofca, j Uataam ar-i e'at, w'taSe. yrl B
-in.ii' I apeed m ..'.!.( di-
f-ctly upon II,. gl.nd. Ma-d. ..id bad*
!thfn 34 lu.r. Thla gi'.l diaraearT O
. ...ol. baana I.. I meal aad can be need
.-.leli, by any one to brine, n*a laaNB.
nflgaar. and vitality, and enable you tu eo-
lof tM n .1 plaali.rra af Ille
Don't B* a Weak Man
' *^*Veak"ai'eaaari TLi
ii.li'
_.. lam
tu an eniin.i.1 phiai-
.t.i. In a !. .in,, you all Bad tMl ,a-r
our la r ti.d Na inallo aiat yanr
age, >ou ai.' Iind mat yaur gland act.ally
.i.d art- ii... ii-reaaa Yea will And
ynalhtul phinVal P"a. in I UK db-a.-ry.
HRATHWA1TE
LLOYD BERESFOltD
X
l.vmhs tnondarv
' School
Pllday Tlh Orc.aal.

Ca idtdnle* mutt brinf Iheir R

the HeadtearMr 0| U
..tended TM nan. | |
Inl carulldalaa kill be publia
in IM Advaeale ..I Sunday t
OuardlBBa of proapec
III" pvipila are Baked lo ai.bmll
their naniaa lo the Headmaiter
. :
Entrance Fee: II M.
Miii roruyfs.

"" 7.'
aaaaeU
n H [ ,...n
the
paitiripalf ii
Ian ,. I i ..ii
lift kllh great; .
to.lloa ana e.loy-
ntent thane.r befvte.
Doctor Proisei
Vi-Tobs
V.-Tab. Ma been
.
lie aartd For Inatinre. Dr. Jamn mi.
HII. -..Ulr-knoan arlentut and ph>n-
U.i, revnitli aialed WMn gland pan*.
i,Hi -i.
I- m
HI) tJtT. F. .
Ban
lanclaaaa. Many meiaauj are af IM
flnlon IMI IM true nreral -
rigour and rii.iny lie* in i
Rated on my yean af caper.-.
and Tiiart.ee. Ii u mt opiiihai th.i iim
raedKal lormula known a' V.-Tab* reprr -
aaaaa Ibr moat atodarn and b. ...
i.al irr.tmenl of itiiaiilatn.g ann li.elg-
aorauaa) IM gUnda aadlbaa iei.ua U r.-
atafe jaiithltil >igoUr aad rualiiy to IM
Feel Reaulta In 1 Day
Berauae Vl.Tabt Bra ar i-mitVillf rani.
pounded la a. i dira.-Ut upon IM |lap4a
and Ih.- inaiaourau IM 4aad ... t n
anlataU thr body, it.ere la ne looff wading
d.r re...lu Uml uarn report .1. 1,1,1
lahtng Hapeoieineni aitiiin Bt .'.uti and
that i,,-y feel ir, vara vaunaer enhi.i
.ma neei The- teaulu have been arcoea.
pluMd now aiir Una m iMvtaada of
neea. anntt of .liuli had Motoal turn
up hape af evel Ming alrong, mil, and
1 Ujonroaa again.
Raiulla OuOFantBBcl
ontilandlng haa been IM aaeeaag of
nothing ui.ieM ifia en-
y la f-raej ... on vi-
oaat. 'ill ci ii
n.-fv .
SU
Illy, ami
Vl-Tabs a Guaranteed nJZZTZU,
liangii.___
able lo enMy the pleaiurea of
aa you Old ah yon aere la yeajr prime,
or yi uaiWy tetum ine faRpli
and IM fall purrbaae prp-e "HI be la-
lun -.1 .ic.i.i.t fagap) . ... ., -, n
ram 1 auOvi anotMr day flam ti.-i 1 ut<
do-n. old-bclnrejoui time dcbllllaled
"i Vi-Tob. '
To Restore
MALI \
..I to gi-
lle*. TM r-nind
garaajee. mtvbiiI'i quarlera with

1. ,..,!, CM r l.i.l C. t "i*re
huV a coaling b.eoaal
1
rred \rrandah wllh mtUanb eaa>-
a.rda. a Utrga Mlhroon.. diawlruf
loom. 1 I..'
wnlar mate I led. badenorna il
k.ii. .... 1 '.. 1 MM 1 I MB*
patnlry and modern hilahoa
. aaaa oi u.hI laid
auppiv. abto n.in- hater and light.
n and gaud
MfNDOl ii'
. .
lalely ea-
< .odrlied with Brawl
innaiit owner. Ttio
houaa I..M I wide r<> .
rooen. anparate dining ronrn. 3 ooe-1
bed room, mlin aah baaiii.
kilcM.i. lanndr<. aert'anlt' quar-
lera anal garage Ornimdo are
wllh proahirllv-
.rcbaed. Bawer aud vedatablo
garden- drive*-) and inige pack.
Ing apace fee cara Wmdovei '
ridge.
r. ..".I
11 tM
ninandt paMfetl
I K\M II.h -I
.1 PBaBB
iilnglv atl">
-ted neopartkra of ihi. nature Ml
M Hand The hnii"- cwnlaina I
wtm BWjMaajBM -.'.. 1 "i ...I. -"I
walaei. rpncloiia lo.ngra. dmlnd
room, large coeblill bar wllh
r, wide .hady galle.-

and the en-tiili<. lal I .1 ill. UUl
ivpoal propert' TMre la ealena-
ttafj a long
i-
coconut grove, garden, planted
with Bowe.tr.. ahrtibt and aMde
Iraea. aba fci.wing land. Thd
could hardly bo
.ailed and IM Mihinf la ca-
ret lent Further Information may
BM
-. ..
Mill i.i 1. s HOI St- Bl Jama*
' ill! ol .Ion*
With pine fl.
3 reception, a bediuonya. verandah.
etc. alao g.i.ig. and mual .nil-
MMBM p : 1 '. flag -1 indu a 1
nwpin. 1 xre* of cl| timbered
land .inahoganvi ..ppntacMd t>\ a
land driveway fUnkeo
pla.it.-d Manodan- treea TM out.
-Undlng .ma.111,.1 ,.l ll..lder .-
la In* n-r- lovrl, 'it,- nilich haa

vatrd and coo
all aldre. OoaM 1. leu than a njle
1 i in* OS -1 \ Sear
"r (iilh furn.
Mbaa aaa-BMa ujalaw
rlghl 0.1 a aand] iMHK-tl
cacelletil )>..inii.g la
la a Wtdi-
' bed-
rooma, 13 with large
1 louitaa
4 ..
quarter*.
||" KTB1 11.'I II", fit. John
aton* built with >'
1 3 alorey properly.

ANOTHER REMARKABLE
THING ABOUT WHITE ANTS
i-Cij|'||MBui^LW
*W*The Qman. ihown hart, n
" 7.000 egga a day. owmi
Into **rorkara'
lor doiiroyinf lift
ru
ANNUAL NEW YEARS DAY
SINGING CONTEST
Teat ;
llrrr v.r brtiU N> Water'
CMtra which bavfj not ; I
.. iM,t ,. : .; \
.mediately 004 U 119
Knlries cUnm \[x
-15 at 4 BJfl I I
bUob nifl. I 1
print a progr.ci % \

those attend 1 r:a the contest
Book New Tear mo-iiinr
vtith the VtlMdTc ( haan
REAL ESTATE
ATlaWI'MSV!
AITUNIMN!
1 ,im still prepared to give
you a laOvU I
jnd let us
uo through my list tugethii
I have something to Bttlt
. M If you are inter-

f A SCOTT.
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THIRD PRIZE S 5.00
In 35 words or less just
inish this sentence:
'I prefer Ammidcnt
TOOTHPASIE Bet-use ....
i.d bmmI 111 your entry with
1 flattened AMMIDEN T
toothpaste box to K. R
llunlv A (. .. Lid.
You Ml at id 11.
bet o| iMiirit-* 1-1.t -
must be accompanied by an
AMM1DENT toothpasM box.
Entries will bo judged on
I Its to deaenbo tbo
emcelUnl qualities of AM*
M1DFNT Tidh|Mute. Th*
ndng entries and
W publishad In the local
newspapem.
lj to /.XO0 .
- >S/ daaalop
rgkitmuit
^^iJiy.aM-re
UNlVaJUAL Oip or broth lo
1 positive pro*c Antl. Borer.. Rol and Fungi. Pm
, or poll!" over traoitd wood. N
i odour. Nofl'a-nik.
I fCOMOMICAt. -Hill, concon
tnted sa.as carnage who,
, diluted lor u;c -rot* further n.
t coau lots.
MRMAK4NT-CannotwMh-ou
or oviporaic Compinei with tin
flbrai, towgriarii iho iimoer an.
makes n fire-retimnL
ABM -rtdtrwao.c U. Ltd., fith,
W Rani, ngtoni)'.
*; AGENTS: -W.lk.noon a Hawifai 0
I* Co.. rldgatown, w.rbadoi.
^ For pdrmandnt protacuon
f^ATLAS^V
*
Barbados
Electors
Association
POLITICAL
MEETING
IO-M4.IIT
At 8.30 O'clock
Corner of Banters and
Ki'iisini'ton Kn.iits
in support of
V. W. A. CHASE
Speakers:
Messrs. C. Malcolm
F. C. Goddard
G. Foster
O. Bishop
a Klder
\ W. A. ClMBBf
"looking era etc
in HO mi.

good
wall pUnneri ,i.ng... .nd the
original hnuae Inch Marlnw", pre
offered lar lr ,-i.M, ind.pand-
.nlly nr -. > w bole. Full deUllg
on ggapl sfSM

BM
,,...
aBording fine
^,-"1 aa*..... rM| pm a.
tor. aad aar.ae 1
water are laM an. The land li
1 S a era* and there are abo.il
, lo- ll.-.,r. aaked.
ft
rnwaaive prnpartr. itptcai jf (,v.
- the ideal home for
aaeneona who wanta apacloua
loomi and quiet co-inlry aur-
rvwndinp. Tha Bt Jam*, rex el
wmch often pond l.athiaa la only
roue iway and diataswo (rent
Town 11 g mile. Offer, lavltad.
. t. A COM-
i

BBrnes roo mij.
RIAL ESTATE AOKNTR
AUCTIONEERS aavj
SCRVETOaU
PLANTATK1N-; lit II.DINU
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HiglH-rProfilsJ 71951
Satisfactory opera t ions during
the past year are reflected m lh
generdt atalement published to-
day by The Canadian Bank of
Commerce, which contains the
balance sheet and profit and loss
statement for the fiscal year end-
iir October 31. Net profit* at
$4,023,145 were slightly higher
than for the previous year .iftei
I $3,005.00(1. nv..'I- |1,-
000.000 more than 1850. In Oo>
ernment or Canada taxes and
$1,350,194 (Or i'i"'i'i'ii OB
Bank Premises.
Ii i i : to shareholders to-
talled $3,000,000. and $1,023,145
was earned forward to the profit
and loss account. The balance In
this account now stands at $5.-
743.4.15.
Cash amounting to $167 million
represented 10.04 per cnt. of
total liabilities to the public. The
corresponding ratio >
was 9.53 per cent.
Quick assets wit.' $1,001* mil-
lion and comprised cash, cheque*
and bank balances totalling $291
million, and securities and call
loans $718 million. The v art> Ml
tl liahihtiM to the
Iiublic .imoutititu: to |1.6M mtl-
lon.
Current loans ami discounts in
ed $3 million.
from $494 million at the end ol
October 1950 t $587 million in
it n SBl i- ited today.
Total deposits amounted to
$1,815 million. i>epo-iu by the
Government of Canada ana pro-
vincial Kovcrnments were $0(1
inilliiiti as compared with $78
million last yoar, a reduction of
about $10 million.
Government of Canada and
provincial government securities
In the Bink\ portfolio totalled
$5$$ million aa aaialnat $07$ mil-
lion last year. Call and short
loans were $32 million this year
compared with $30 million last)
year.
V*
HITS Vll.l.Ai.E 11 am. M-niro; *
pm Sunday School. 7 sat Bmvtm
Ibr* {- A Nm. M.iN.ler in Charaa.
SION HILL- II am Sarvic Ptaacha*
Rev C A Nunr; 7 IS p m ScrvW*
Th Pailor in I'harare
MPTtJI
Tb* at Jaataa HaUaaal Sapual
7 p.m Cvanaona A Sarmon; PraacTtar'
Ha J B Cianl. I.lli A.n.ilHt- BBB
voulha duiina tha *>rt. mnduclad tar
Wa Her. L. Biuca-Clartr. and Hr. Oata
Browna
-< II M I
OIHtST. BctcnUal
, Up par Hat asraat .
n and 1 pm
m A Sarviea which ln-
Inllmoiilaa ti( Chnrtlan
HaMUM
SUNDAY. DBCKMBgil I. 1MI
Sab|rr< af l*aa...a1.i: ANCIENT
AND MODERN NECROMANCY.
rtJUSH AND HYP-
Mirissi USBIQUiaCBa
I..I4'- Teal Provafba 14 t) Do Uvay
davnw rtll* but marcy and
hall ba lo Una that dcvlac SDod
i.H.-n-t CRallani. ar* lariated aa
Th. Blblr And
which at natit and
uaht ol lhe lrd that ll ma*
l* -.11 with tr*r Daut t IB
.,!-.e and Health wllh Key la Iha
liatJladll. *7 M " "*"-
Pivuic Mind tifhtl- demandi man
in. and alirnlln
m Th Nawi. 4 11 p m Tha Daily
l. 4 It p.FA. BBC raarlhcr-i
patn 1 p m Camstarr of tha *>. .
m Muaic rrom tha Tk>*aira. t p m
ind the . m Prrvrtanrna Parado. at p m
,> Sport 7 pm Tha Naw J >
Newi Analyau. Ill pa IrU
*ta* i" aasoand TaaL B.vi** I
rach'i Cnclwl at Uorua Lilar U.ai
rini. mm p.m. *,* wii.ri v ^--
,i, camp-aar rt lha Wat*, B p aa Ftom
I Third PiBiamma. Id p.m. The Nru >.
10 p m Prom lha rillarUU. 10 t>
BV kVlanca Hc.. l r
atftTB of z:\ai\ycE
WATERFRONT CLASHES LIKELY IN GRENADA
nTatai o.r own < .rre.aaat.au to take up handling ships and
GRENADA. Nov. 30 C. W.U swears batt'c if triers is
Waterfront clakhe. are likcU If I MMta H c\ n.iualily
wharf workers under the Grenada Frank Walcott. Barbados and
Union banner strike as I.CS.T.U. unionist is arriving to-
Gairy's M.M.W.U. has threatened morrow ft* talks with G.W.U.
Demand DralU at 1
Suthl Dialt. 04 I 10%
CaWa
C-irw> Oil"
Coupon. n; 7 10
jisr ##-;. IBP
A WONDERFUL
SELECTION OF
ALL TYPES OF
TOYS
I'npi a risil In . .
HARHWARF. suppues
PHONE -:- 4918
Rickett St. ^
EXHIBITION specials at THANI'S
DRESS GOODS fv.ry lil.it Fibcic in CREPtS, GtORGETTE, 1ERSEYS. SATINS, EMBD. ANGIAISE Elc Elc. SPUNS LACES,
HATS
HATS in wide Vri*ty
ShiM-s. Undrrwe.". Ill
Paatlaii slip* NlBadaK
also Nylons. lUndbaKs,
JEWELLERY ,.*., h.k. mu. a..
waataa nan amdl rs L|NE$
Nrtklacrs, BriHtch.s.
.. _.. GtNTLEMEH! WEc.rfyih.b199.il
hnrrinns. Cold Jowell.ry ,^,,
vanaly in SHIRTS lor all occnoni SHOES.
Pow 1 WOOLLENS. SOCKS.TIES, HANDKERCHIEFS
' BELTS, HATS Elc. Elc
Perfumes. Lot
ders, Elc.
Still outstanding lor its Quality
TAYLOR'S 4B
Slocked by
loading S*M
J W Polio. 4 Cd,
Lid Agenlt
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The Canadian Bank of Commerce
III All Ol I II I .......Mil
STATEMENT AS AT 31it OCTOBER. 1951
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XMAS CARNIVAL DANCE
0a rVaaHtAI Mai amsasaawa .. ni.m J*
..... I
DANCINU lM TANTY r>BrtaS J
^'**-V>V*VaV#'*'a^^^
I Vf.lMI l|l>4.
ASSETS
Cash on hand and due from Banks and
Bankers
Notes of and Cheques on other Banks
mat and other Public Securities
(Not exceeding market value)
Other Bonds and Stocks (Not exceeding
market value)
Call and Short Loans (Secunty held of
sufficient marketable valua lo cover)
Total Quick Assets ..
Loans and Discounts (After full provision
for bad and doubtful debts)
Acceptances and Letters of Credit for Cus-
tomers (See contra)
Bank Premises
Other Assets
Total Asset*
I JBlJWataHeM
82,392.723.76
606,049.51038
80,023,415.98
31,639,205.12
$1.008,668,555.27
647,199,801.73
4H.878.1388:
22.lft8.S98.ll
6.192,521.9ft
$I.734.0t7.615J7
LIABILITIES
Notes m Circulation
Deposits
Acceptances and Letters of Credit (See
contra)
Other Liabilities
Total Liabilities lo the Public
Capital Paid Up
Reserve Fund
Dividends declared and unpaid .
Balance of Profit as par Profit and Loss
Account
Ostasdjtji h.i
MECHANICAL
I III 'Itll M
a 1 lo-dotm*
NO PAtS no n.
Trslalai al Law F
I I'll.
BTBL'CTL'BAL
HRM l.ni.M ts-HI
$ 24.1ftl.l6
1.615,067.231.24
49,878.138.81
2,014.275 50
.: Ml laUVtM.71
30,000,000 00
30.000.000.00
770.404.43
ft.743,414 73
***f&****'****m*^^
Total Liabilities
$1,734,097.615 87
PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT
YEAR ENDED 31ST fXTOBCR. 1951
Profits for the year ended 31st October, 1951. before Dominion Government taxed but after appropriations to
Contingent Reserves, out of which full provision has been made for bad and doubtful debts $8.378 339 84
Provision for Dominion Government taxes .. .. $$.005.000 00
Depreciation on Bank Premises ..............1 J50.194 38 4J3S.194J8
Net Profits after the foregoing deductions .. .. .. .. .. .. -I'.^Mil'
Dividends .................... $.000.000.00
Amount carried forward .. .. .. - - $1,023,145.4*1
Profit and Loss Account 31st October. 1850 .. .. ...... 4.710.289 27
Balance Profit and Loss Account 31st Octd-Wr, 1951 .. $5.74$,4I4.73
S. M. Wr.DI). JAMKS STEWART.
PROTECTING
Your PLANTS
IS ESSENTIAL!!
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A thipnuMit i,f . _
PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS
f'.r the Plantation or small garden
tOf flatter Tests, Blight or Weeds.
"live your problem.
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AGROCIDE NO. I
AGR*X:iDE NO 3
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//(IMS'' imtnHl'S
Try B. H. Fresconite
tJttO rail is nil Ihnl is .. Obtainable in various shades.
a
\. n. iiowtiL
Dial 3306 Lumbar 4 Harjwar. lay airaal
WE
WELCOME
YOU!
COME IN
AND SERVE
YOURSELF
Wr have recently opened u branch grocery at Tweedside
Road f" i Of the nwny resident- in Belleville,
.1 ding areas It is fully sleeked
with BjratriN Bjjd ttiiuor,. plus a Meat Depl and Hardware
. Iente- hrre. but CUS-
t I'liinruide an have groctTlea
charged.
ll.-
bsj Vfi have no delivery service at this centre,
I invited to cnll in nnd serve yourself
D.V. SCOTT & CO. LTD.

Tweedside Road
nn
JUST AROUHD THE CORHtR...
Christmas la Just thorn find
now la the tine to begin to
get your hoae In spick and
span order... >*> oan supply
varythiruj yon will n$x
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Roebuck Siren
JAMS ft MARMAI.ADE
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APRICOTS
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2 TOYS (PUMk mid Mrrhanicll)
DOLLS (All Baa.)
TKDOT HIAKS
TRl-CVI I I R
nCTUBE hooks
0AME8 AND
ll.M.I.OONS.
K Is and let Ih.m choow for
thtnarivai kTioai The Ijirgc Vorleiy.
At
BARBADOS HARDWARE Co. Ltd. I
I I he House Tor fLirifains)
Phone 2109, 4406 or 35M ^


i\w;i mxiiiv
SUNDAY AUVOCATE
-I MIW IIM I MBF.R i. 1$1
1
PROFIT MEANS PROSPERITY
SA^ S MOTTLEY *>w a r,ion
He uld that In and out -t %ud QlM nan,,; ,
d.6.*. U. H, o. ffg S^d^S ?-'t;hI *c"1. .. **
' I on inuivs *hu*i were pasaed destitute old ptot.lt i. y
ii- of his durinx tbt last ihrve yean, h* -houM rertlvr pension -'
< aiidicLiUire for the City of Bridge- i-uinled out his c-antrtbi.:, lie wus indeed mpKl of the following: (0ld tht-m he ihoul
Kieu i, -.. the large crowd that F.migrafkm Mere* "M"' Brnth*.
im liccauae EmicrmilMi In reply it. the .u ih,i 1 -m Jack '''
er th. Qor speech, although, h.- Ml || eMl wrvant* Mi** AuguU m
'w felt thai there were persons In and (i. are ..then who fought in :h
. Iieid assassins to deeui r.<, >ind in guard for social reform
;.>rsui of Dr. Char lea Duncan
uNeale a man who was truss--.-
i l| for social reform in thu
,-itony before many of t
oorn, a man who could be trul>
nan
foi
cause which he thought lacke
insistence.
"',., ''JZ He said that then- were -ti
2? ~ many alive U Mean
Bet i
RU

i
nor AaooMhm
Hi ltd thai am* u> iner/i
ears ago and
Mm The> agsm elected but Ha
thrw
ilgratlon he remlni it Sj true that Ihe rrutni
mad* Of she old ,.|>l* of Ui upon the shoulders of many
id that the House ,n many cases started to work In carried on. Let no man thereX
from a very tender ate. sbt
iu lifted to draw pcn>.
lealth Measure* age of Nothing will rhange ^ |n ,he ,,,.,, .
minded llateners that he my mind In this reapOci and if ,h, (. ^ .,
an address pasaed asking lhl, mean, lUBtfton (at their l*- *, tnl1 od 8lven r
before you today, wheihe
he be Labourite or ConaervoHvi
Bd f II y*j that he was respon-
he entirety fur
IghtTH
Vote.
He said that he would
h.id koi an address pasaed ----- ----- --------- ------
r, of a T.B. Sani- taxation because indeed 1 have
Ha was surprised at the seen moon spent nut to as good
n that he was a member ,v ,hil, j, wouW be too costly, an advantage as it would be In "J* lo "t"ld *"
4 the Electors' Aaaoc.al.oii which Hl. waaua lo assure them that ho ihi. direction."
was knoe '< WUi motivated in moving this Transport
Idreaa after aeeing the sufferings Trigait: i
,,f ,-., .; |H-.>|iU- iii thla couMrj mada onal aitemki becauaa of
Known that if people of ,)u. timrui j tu,,k i;
..am. uphold lh(. .(1,(t,(j|c Jind lower classes in y n.,,^,,,^.! icaduaa
,ntl rl' Ihla culony became anllctrd with lia-. (1, . ,..,.
there was no chanca '"
th.rc was no chanca ^. ^^ uaittL-ulai u.
< 'he nand (or persons who can afford, *on. who was a member of Ua
i-ve done anything ,hry may go to Trinidad or Transport Board had knowledge
i and there receive the of it, and despite the i
i that wa meant for ihv . ,,, modern tMMtircnt for this Mr. Dowdlng. a memucr oi my
nelten ^t dreadful ill- '>'- I'.it. ariM
It it an easy thinu to something should be done in this biggest bus service In lhal
: tt would hr n-raeni-
I ' ' ii on l
K ii at
form and say that the Lafaouf
Party had not done a measure of
good for the social Improvement
of certain sections of I
muntty hut he could never agree
On page
! bored thf rritlclam Tii.h he vestry of the qeneral Bu I m
" pan] thai I ..
fhey were making money and
vas not entitled I
fcrt although it migl :
,t fleeted my
it. meant that a lot oi middle
. It tn the country
the House* which lasted for ovei *'" struggling to
I...hi. he reminded Ciovcrn- *cnd their children to school
.it Hie hedth of the people v^ould have their bus tsfl
not Ik1 measured in pouads, cre.r..i .u.. in ,.;, m.
Hid that there *hu\\ they could ill-.ifford.
____ seveial qualified uui loi fie.
I ho should be brought in. entcrpris. and for reasonable
'-because (here Is the Mt- ]i, .,*. happy lo say conditions uroiH for any investor he shoulu
ncwhat remedied but there never support anything which
ill much to be done. Kll| bl. llik)lu Jl( ., i
He said there would also re- ,h(. generai public.
!n. debating the question "Therefi n ml lei Una th. on-
M ratsm " *'' ,n',' WIS *"
h that becauae a Director pr'W'pK-. you WON pi
i Services received a "*i PVing more bu
Ritalin* a> ai irnmant when it
WM discovered that 836 peopl
.i i that he had (old thei- ,e wailing ht to be hoe-
he differed ptusUaad at the General H : .irrs were closed to thctn.
at iH'Ulg there were
l r>- nunn av-' :
r,i BMOCh en the fl.MW Of
liU'r.iltire 'Hi '
question the mor\- lie was con- ,

the CO any e
munlt)
"Some
ke to den<
because
ment of ' bin I
there
:'i nun unity
!
instance, the Gulf OIL which
,.-,
I
Wherever a man gets an Idea
whether : oi i
small hi
kci peopla lo put tbolr moiwy loto lalar] ' i: 1.300 a" year m ,ir saifi ,hal whei
that enterprise Is lo Impress upon Colonial Secietary 1,300, that WBS made to prevent 1
them that they will lei a pri look alter the healUi ers from taking around l*
whether h oil. of the paoplo whera you had one curaionlsta or from tranaporUn|
the building >.f hotel oi buying Hospital for 200.000 people, from one church lo
tamarinds to ship. should get a salary below theirs, members of Ihe various rel
f the venture falls the <:<<\- He grguod that It wag the duty of organisation
nothing, the Government to get the beat ill-afford to pay th* |
bus ti.in portal
Jit to (pnAfiictioft!
YISI .vary suit
mad* by us is
specially tailored
to "FIT TO
PERFECTION '
wnmrni
are en
not |b* rpotjallstt al the Hospital and to
btat Uiey mu*t pay them,
money is made the Q Indegd the more well-to-do
win coll. paopta in ihis couatiy, whan the*
companies hut aIo from share- are 111. are able to seek med'
ihibuled his QUOta iy leading
the .rguinents for .' atfogl
Mr Motlley said that h>
h0ld<
I
and
atteuli m Iroid "^"> ask ,neir Wpimrt and hi
'" felt cooxUtnt lhal ha ld ba
...i tharefora tha motiva of profit while the middle and lower riant
must mean prosperity to ;i coun- es are dependent upon the skill ro>uj"n*o.
Iry." | men at then boapital "I Addressing hi.s lemarK -he
Ml H l ^, two of say it n..w and I said iI. then. th youngsters, many of whom
candldalcx wl shotlU ba obtained and they be voting for the firH
Sflortni themaelvai n was his muit be paid and 1 know you reminded them that thev will be
bounder iBl the. shoiil I- well enjoying a rlghl which had i
to paid fought for by a great man
While there, are
" tailors and tailors"
we can boast
of being ....
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IN TAILORING '
P.C.S. MAIFtl&CO.
Ut
Worn by llw World Fatmms
WHITE SIN HELMETS
and
KHAKI m IIELiVIETS
Each SI8.80
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Chauffeur Caps Each
Sport Shirts
WITH A DIFFERENCE
in hi i ii iitiii it hi ii
By am
TEXANS
By UBStSl
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By conteiATK
AT
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MERCHANT TAILORS
OF
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Ol IWAKII lll'IMMI ikimii imioks
:il 9ln. Hi ii with ttsssfca,
; sliding IXMJMNQ noons
IhM Ins. hl|h 6 ft. 2 Ins. wide.
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XMAS SF.RVIMTKS
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XMAS TREE LIGHTS
CORK MATS
QIFTS FOR
BOYS & QIRLS
m i.in Iosh TOFFEEDecorated Tins SI 12. Il-M
SHARP TOFFEEDerorast| Tins l/S $1.4*
BLI'E I1IRII TOFFEE
COWANS CHOCOLATE Ml |LM
PA SCALES MAKsllM M.I.OWS. BARLEV SIT1AR Elr
CVI.IVS IOHTINE IMMOLATE 1o.
IRV'S ALMOND < IMM OLATEft 2/S
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8.000 tnicks had been ;sighted in south-bound convoy. 1 —UP Phillip C Jessup, the British Minister of B thi rrora I ill. when i to retui %  %  Nervo meed ,n .' % %  tht t ov bi ing ..ii isesloQS will .it offlci il 1 'he mee*%  Nerve that the press will he given, after %  %  ting, "the Infi that Is compatible will S/orh and the tasks Hint h.ivi •uisted tu Ihe Cornmlt%  %  — IW. I ii iii tie* -r -A Work On Flow Of Po River Ari : the flow of flood-waters in the I*< River delta sods %  f';.' .1 ht in Tho flood hvei SSd arc %  rga ^f iM in many %  %  • i BSsin tesaperahu Ins noxt %  reel ro ltd transform them into i' venting even a delayed cultivation %  —r.p. Border Disputes PAJU8 .Committee lAith two sbol l %  %  %  • ih. I.rllliant lire IOSIIIK IhS wiih ratiun Tuns i doubts whethei they ceo produ .-inything like the "i! %  1 pin t wall] Ha .mil Norman v tomlsu and Lais A Indians. If tbej donl tin>y reree this Test. The future ol the A %  tMODBMS ClOSS ly lied op with Ihe the band or dusky rriors from the lend Of rtl I p I-'IMHI Supplies i. I %  DntroUoj %  %  i lock in i i the colony ovrj Ihe diflV i %  M. %  agrvi ..dinith but h^ sepertassffssl currying out an immediate survey IK i ii • %  .. sure replaci n loss i *.ll ol %  k. Messervy said % %  %  : ii.i it hunt oil for the holiday. There "ill be no distribution r k Thi telephosia iiramuited In ng thi Sri n turned %  mi mat ituring tho afternoon after IH I. en % %  c ntinuous WOTK by tfli-phot).. enginceis and linesmen. St mpiilhv Message* Four power line* which also %  re StranV were restored duag th. afteinoou Governor Woothw and the Archbuhop -f the West ufgllej and Mayor of lown Iseusxi messages of to those who suffered h ire homekie Teported though %  hurt. The %  great pait Mil the iiiidii attending to inhooaslssa and giving ti and lire lighten and all through the night. The Me units are still pouring hun4 gallon el water. Police were kept busj keeping the people fio, the urea It was dlsthat $80,000 worth i-elonglnK to the Governor id which were kept in Oar%  ipd %  %  l< troyed It is • I Ih a reeonstructlon of nldW would be in the S5.lHjO.0OO. The orlgla if the finIs unknown but tha Qovanunool is uppointing a com* .nqulre Into the clrm '.ii.. H I tty I. estimated at SI.000.uOu. Hi equ ilgars. Truce Plan On The Rocks limated i es it over 12S0.000. %  %  thou 1 11 %  1 no hs hip could I % %  sxpi leneed foi the Chrl ui i nw harde I Ul are lbs darks la • %  %  lit ..f .. jr .1 > I] whose ageni %  ad of] %  1 lists at about $1,000,000 The big.) Jfit Police \rreg4 (^hieulion Adviser KINGSTON. JVa.. Dec. 1. M.it.olm. Minister for %  I by the ,; on ;i i-harga t of farm lo the United States AlleKations are that %  ->k the 111. 1 -' dividuahi on a promise to secure %  hem farm Ucfcets to get to srorh on the farms. Uall was allowed In the sum of CPi %  f %  I THK ADVOCATE PAYS FOR NEWS IHAI. — 3113 HAY OR NIGHT MUNSAN. Korea. Dec. 1. Vice Admiral <\ 1 ; *i had Nation' behind the lino* m 1 .M .a. (be rot kv in iii f MM or renewed Comm in 1 N Latement aft %  %  %  %  1 nunjoni wlU t .N To .1 police truec %  Williai P hi < oM'*|ii.inlentk the ultimatum by the UN.' Joy toiit 1u.1i savoys will cuntu nhoul'l IK-. 1. No irnrea.ie cf psgglarj attber akta during the %  2. No build up of ami irlag that period. I A'I grn 1 tics >• 'i.inusion to the irues -Kiudin^ ., joint observation that U 10 move the 1 of Korea 1 Re discussion on withI Irooge from Korea b] irmlStlOS I II 'inee the must be ih %  %  thing new to reposed last Tuethird Item of (he conference agend I %  %  % %  .' %  'I.. #• principle. will rp, Rel Chilli* r\oetew6e U.S. i)f SpTing MOM. KON< United are dro .1 lligenea Agi 1 III.Oll t"rl ,-. I that General Su Vu. the diplomat Only the Ove natio 1 refMirteJ, nta in a J and Afghanistan abstained report to his Government. He gave —cr. %  —u.p. I Cboow s Kaieigh aad you will posscu %  bicycle of great nnogth. smooth running, superior wistkmanthip od |uii|[ life Built or the fineU matcruh in the wotld'i large*! and moil modern tytle factory. RALEIGH THE ait-sri ii ncrcic A wid. variely of modJs always on display and ready assembled lor you to lake away. See our cycle Department, first Floor. CAVE SlaPMCRD k Cs, Ltd. Finn mi iiiiaiT IIEIII y oi 1 mil •in


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