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PAGE TWO I1AKBAIH>S ADVOCATE SATIKI.U 1.1. I Mil CwuJb galling S IR HONAIJ> CAHVI eroor of British H and Lit. Stj in Bai ^i ill hi *i.i c I W.-l %  Win Commander E*.glHshl Uirwlor of Ch %  %  Armelrong. on behall l %  Cocktail Party 'i' %  HI V> IMH on TnuiWav ol lh v Ilnti-ih B %  lmir< House. included Mr. Phil., ullcce ui Indies, Mr. i i N \s % %  nnd W. A v> Spent M lh* Rum* IIIIIVeM II, ..till out amnriK Ihc t* % % %  vitin on the various aspect* ol %  Mr. A ('. Jot i' delegate* on behalf < uados Ekvii) r.t % %  School ..nti Mr. It Union of Tend" i i • %  f the Union while Mr. n if ion. Dii. i'-plied roi tf" Local I i urting mtluded:— Miss May Cl.uk.-. Mr I Ruby Walktr. Miss, V. Carter, Mini Kntd M %  Mm Efflc Alleyne, Miss M. W..1.-ott, Miu Ercil Gsborn. Taitt. Miu Alma Pan*, Mn (.wen Winter. Mrs. Beryl Vaughanl Mr*. F. Dear, Miss N. put. Mr C B Jackman, Mr. C. G. Rcidi Mr. G. A. iratbwalte, Mr. Chase. Mr. George Werner, Mr.5 Shoe-makers Come To The Aid Of The Party as. t.HKCX \S. HOI I Party shoes have never haj pretUar. Taey are jewl-rtacki till .-. i.vuU.1 u— *>• louaeholda •i r have encruited rn-ei* Pump* all over the cow ere raade of delicate crsjehet m> I %  %  liabaa designs. ,nk ma from Mi* P. i I odeMOe aHppen giv* the %  >.. Bodletejl i i.mi, sheet -iPl>-sartnr*-.,f aphirtei.-ii gl;." . %  %  in b> IXHJHM plain or COIH. I Offculrr* Devoi or %  K M l.. inal.r. a -la-cial fiui ,. . ,H | ,| i„ M<" hoiwekeepinif. • for the Cbristmaa aeeaon incluyjB I" %  *hij have InrUab and i -.id leather shoes, hand-toOsaV "' " r a m ' i permanently pleated nvlorT %  "" ,rk '" 1 croBB-sUlc* Charles %  kmea, which give a perfect At arr rcavm-bl.'. nnd It U B.IU;. Radio Programme BATTROAY DKCXMBK Th Nw.. II 10 p m 0U !•••. Thr is p i. Th o m .... • W It m Tumi. *r 111 1 . 7 M „. • rek, 1 iwm ,m, n %  e •" lUrfM TI* ran %  1 %  V Kicphaniinc Meals C t VRII. Mil i •a it cost* about a 10s .. day to feed aa elci %  ; /• eati erm.nd a MM of hau a ••crlc aad 'rni[ and • lee -ach toy Lleee. rating IS-lllb. W aenesneal. cset abaat II a day U keep Dolly bill for a chii nil ll CI Before the war. when the i* hMacrnaal : U> i to arrtve, A ft ••cak 1 re invisible In wear VY .'. U'.rniny kin Kill II DKAM1 aw ..( KM '..mprtiurv Hho look aart In thr ( Mriit I ill... it.. Mil., fasj iii Hi. QrMfeaaaal at Ihc I uhlhiI %  I*"" Idl tl inm i It put Hie last cup <>l uatrr Into her kfj I In ..cut M..srari t>. l lliana ll>klns h ..n the i:rri.ir.it number of iwinlh Udv at ll" l .Miikli.uu a what this touch ran I aiincar-iMirf %  Otfifty linen. IM-Year Sheets Housewives who worry ovs SSSSS&'S. SJrjatv-sra i. wl Bid JUKT. ot Ihe d.y ,., ru to the ReUlI Tndlni lion • bclde'i trounrau lincii si„na.rd, Aaodilloi ot rr. -tod nor all tho day* of nor It/o. ( rooil drinking u much u two Trinidad Lady Barritter An Appeal B a .Miis. uiiMi. t^ii'ii fni, mmi TLNS juil iu^k b*V I Kund an 'iic for any voluntary ucksiiijtli. duuuhU'i ui Mi. Ikugift, lll( ,i nteinbora of tinnubile nil... luunith Manatini; Hi.,.., v ! %  willlni to donate. .rinidad. udmitted to practise as „.,_,, _M ,. „ .,„„,, „. h ., .m-or air. . |i Allsirjiiy whn iv ill barrister in the courts of that ,.„,„,,._ ,•< ,.,.,. .t,,,,,. „,, ,„.i, H ( a o cruel MM pees? II "."" IM|1 "'. .k place m Port-ofA'iy %  donor rtnding It didlcult to Third Suiirvme Court on cnd ^ fXT donetlon are asked to ivwmber h. -" 1 Mr. Allamby (Dial 22Sii •si Lakst the same evening Mr. ""d turangements will be made lo Mrs. TceluckJlngh give a *-"Hecl same, karaa ..-ktml party at their c -. ,, m honour -rf then daugli3IX Month* bich Mr, and Mrs, Glttens AAH • MRS. JACK. MESTlt.ll '>^" irl of st Kins aic planning """K thai b i In ., ,* months visit to Trinidad is who Is ,uit after Christmas. They exCarlbbean peel to arrive there on DecemUd. look the oppoiher 27th Mrs. Meatier is the Mt P, niter arrived from Si. VHIUM Thursday by the Lady Kudu They are In Barbados loi month's holiday. Mi. I ben m Us< Intaraat of his haaltb. They are staying with Mr. andj iney re Bu.yi.itf wiw mi. wnu ((K(| p.,....,,,, M, Moaoly „, „!.„, K Tuinilv uf signing contract*". ifrVartou^ film COgBMBlei including %  hi.!iad two uf Trinidad. For Trinidad Racee M"-. J,TT Ttt.7 ,t u" l?HOiJH MdBV, Franklo Durr OH To Grenada 'a*..HBJ Mjgjl J L .,,,, C I k KEN AULACK, Bnw.. -, 1B ^ v „^. ljlH ,,,.,, u „..„„. ..,*,, 1 %  imciaU Turf Clubs I hrtitrnis that Mr. Rani attendinit 'r;., i7 ;7. r " %  *" %  „,.,„,, c a.on last month, he had %  Fit ss%2 -"" "...'";s.s cv Talking Point M. P'. ( IIAUL.KN ol M Majority ^UORITY of the He 11.m MMf aijl.Ittth lo be cmiaenl futih a ureai M ai a aa a 1 aa*rva#v*W ** %  %  nvaanr Ifajara ar V' "• TnnMM *lw was hoUdaylni ((II fc ; (,„, rha | ^ ..y^. ^,^04 ^„, twentyttlltl ,ir PaBM Mr. Ud Mm ,}„ %  public. —Francis Bad Rupert and lite Lion Rock—47 four uassengen* leaving •*> vi..ic <>. mm htawvU yesterday for Tnimi..^ .. ,. .... %  -, I etaO%  1 "i> it...in. Incidental Intelligence dien returning home for ChriBt-' spend the Chi .day* with -vIFFEKENCE between the tax mas holidays. h.r husbands \J ,.,,ii, v toi and a highwayOther passenger on the same su.kg the wife f Dr. Charles, man, says the New York Jourlllght was Mr. M. E. It. BOttTfl Officer of Health Arimu, nai American, is U1.1t ono has u Barbadian turfite. |; Tunniad. now aticuding a coune licence. •—L.E-S. R.E.C. Meeting Opens Thin Week The ihird meeting of tinHe gomal Economic Conunlttee wll be held at Hustings House duiin the wccK u-guiiung Monda: December 10. The follow am in x,i1 h d I" ..tund:— Barbadea: Mr. 0. II. Adams 1 1; Hon. Sir John Saint, ('Mil Hon. K. it. HunU Mi it. 0, Leacock and Mr. E. s s. Bu if O— (Adt 1 BriUsfa nuUna: Hon. W. J %  %  %  British llonilurj-*. Mr. A. Ci. T Chaplin. tOI. Archer. (Adviaer): Mr. A. Muclcod Smith. (Adviser f..r Windward Wanda). Among other matters to be considered at this meeting will be DM gppl, itioru winch h.,\. \--> • %  received for posts of BlMUtl** <;. i ratal t i "" fsi i *anl s< %  • ratal i lo the Commit' 1 loner and Assistant Trade i dom. EMPIRE TODAY TO TCF.SIIW — 1.15 13d Extra: LATEST BRITISH MUSKIIIs ROYAL TO-DAY and TOMOKKOW Ut & 8.IS Kipublic Smaahing Double Hair l %  MaaaM i TAIO — .. „ k.n. I" ol OW San "Vane!" „,VERA RALSTON JOHN CARROLL REPUBLIC PICTURE .richee after their first Ottt&aJ In the rain. |S>rticularl> a m o n 9 • %  t>ii(able manufaclurem mini before i,rduction, but this takes %  :iiifacturers migh' nrafax %  an extra gam • • "ill of malarial and trust tc luck on shrinkage. The association, who recenUv persuaded the Board of Trade to tiflUen the -i|>eeiflcationa for ra!n'hs. ifi now pre a "relaxation shrinkage' b. introduced for rainwear. All-Purpose A MJUT. NATES, of Miami, tea.; told by her druoouK thei there has been a long>itandlnu n.nloJvc on her two pretcnptioKj Fi*r over a year she has been (.•inki'if; %  poonsful of hair tonic and mbblatf hee scalp i.iih rncdlclna. Iteporie Mrs. Males 'Borh rcialls were pood Mniru'iy." WOMLD corvNtcsrr icsnvtp TO-AH, 111 DINK and iiwci: AT (lilt >IOIHi A mOMl IN/KH Ml ItBVT Club ^Morgan's Nil, birthday ZDance SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15th etas Muss/ — IXIK nuasi owit i>m/.i:s< GMJOBE 4 BIG SHOWS TODAY NOW SHOWING — 5 4 S.15 CM. n.l (ONTINLING HEVIL SHUTE'S Midnight-to-Dwn Adventure Thunders Headlong Across the Screen! dMshr. .i .1 Sol* III IIK ll been lillcd with iht phec." i [ ,lown. hi .1 mil lie %  • big i(ut k. H I.* i.slw. a. Now a*. k. isvessaslf, Ji-d br the to** lu.'c u •muiit-d he has fouad : <•( the nine east, Ornrr -c •hem to the edge ol iha lion y Moutli, he ihouit hippily M iaa wakiag 101111111. P I A 7 A BTOWN %  /m -!" Dial HI* PI A7A """IN "^ %  m m >m Dial MI Whi|> V DALLAS" rotor by Ttrini.nloi uaVTS asssIRS R liAilTY m ,Urdl •' % %  %  %  ST l \ MI I'.l.l ,s ,, MAT )imi, aunnn a fe.assstajj HOST %  %  • an Craafnrd, David Brain %  >. % % %  — AND — Richard ARLKN —o— Cheryl WAUOB "IDENTITY UNKNOWN" ACTION .... -J ,... SUSrtSSE ! OLYMPIC TO-DAY TO MONDAY US .IS foth r-r Smaahln. Iloubl. Richard WIDMABK -oDana ANDREWS "THE FtiOGMEN 99 ^eW liLVNIS JOHNS • JACK HAWKINS • JANETTE SCOTT •C10UI3D LIGHION z HENRYKOSTBl fRfilFF.OSCAKMILLARO-ALECC0PP£L TOIIAV AT l.iltl P.M. :—: TONITK — MIDMTi: IIOMKSTKKTCII (Cornel WILDE Maurorti O'HARA) — ANII MY IIAKI.IN'i; CI.I.MI NTINl; Victor MATURE :o: Linda DAHNH.I. ,.: Honrj KONDA Klda—Pll 6, Houa 12. Bal. 18: Adult.—I'll 10, Houac 16. Bal. 24 A Ihrlllln* story ol Daaaa Sam 1 I'ndrrM.trr t oimn.ont.> 1 M .11ARE CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" Starting Clifton (B.lvedcr.1 WEBB -o— Myma LOY ITS BSLVEDCRE'S CRIATEST I.AUCII HIT HOW TO-DAV — 4.31 A t.15 AND and Continuing te Tt'ESDAY Columbia Double An Excellent Range of Ladies Nylon Hose 51. I:\II.I AK1STOC MOHI.EY $2.06 S2 28 BRfrrTi.ES KI-YSTONE *2.0ti $2.60 LADIES' KBRCHTBrS IN' OUT BOXES — $1.27, $1.45, $1.97. $2.28. $3.04 (UT BOX LADIES* KERCHIEFS (Stl (Iaa) lie., 22c He tic :i7c. 44c. Each. %  Ii il -l I it .1 i. 1IEPT. COTTON TAIII.I. (LOTUS COI.OI'KKI) HOIIDIHS COTTON TABLE CLOTHS FLOWERED $2,711. $2.73. >:."Hi $1.61. $168. $1.77. $2.83 T. It. IVWS &. Will I I II I IIS Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 SMASH HIT! The FLYING MISSILE tat aaaa nut rtatu in ran SUM "m&i HpfS,JJJJJ* T^*v ^f*\ tat) Baal WEISSMUUER |32S:r SrWaw'sMMV^'-i I WHIM. IO-IIAY!! < / SANTA ,#^*x~CLAUS COMES INTO TOWN TODAY YOU CAN MEET HIM AT BARBADOS HARDWARE • OII.M-.H OF BWA*J aV I.F1AS Sllll I IS Step upstairs and see COYS GAMES BOOKS DOLLS XMAS TREES DECORATIONS lllll.\. IX mi KIMS— wi: AIH: III \VIM. A i.n hi oil* o.\ vvn iiii.ws llir.ll ll.BeUghtocl I



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SATURDAY, lire I MRKR 8. I dr. I BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE T Thm IHnf, o/#i#t.#/-ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER 1951 ANNUAL EXHIBITION PRIZE LIST I w i KIM Vo-i' era %  P Mai CUi>r. Ward... %  ana C I W *teng Unkalt < HHMl %  Ad..iRl MILR—I B..*I Ad-li Cngju • 0 I W Clarke Yeung Cocka L OR**! %  of one Breed iW K.-mtl I. w CMl Be-i Bied VoM King) W. I) Warden Deal laa | ba| Homer. I am on* f la* m-.pt A O O W I) Baal IA, I a K mi mi 0 U W. Clark* Bral TNIII of S YOU** i I • %  t My onr colour o on* Breed ~ O Chute. Be.I Ad till Pia-n.n nth.T OBI SI rvrtra-uai Silver Cmik-.L,. cup. praam* a*"ing th. i ad by Th* Barbadua Pigeon Club HBMi at ihr Gxukliana for In. beat Mm n' • buda if am] ..tw Won by Ml— Dranc ll.wfcm. c~.li.ui i>l on* btfrd. No. Tl. Cup pr**ent*>l bl th* BaibaWon by Mr O L W Clark* doe Agricultural Socte'y. t>. the Genii* >i A Perpetual Out Urns* Cup IPS* %  •MUM Ih" gr.ai.-l numb*, of by Th* IUilnd-jt PbJlBR Chlfe P" "i.ina la**, -For the Bel Dred | IW by Mr La* Dean. No II Cup. preaented hy id* BarbaWon by Mr D Wafdcn doe Agricultural Sort. % %  • I areetrat numb*! of point. In in* B 41 A r-erpetual Challenge Cup. I'hiagrcn.ciaraee. -i ih* Oynuaan* iraranled b> Th* Bar bad*. Pigaon dub Mm Knlv Parker IM To. Ih* Beat Y.ung Pa.r>nfcg." % %  __ Wgn by Mr H M. Raeti ABTISAN WoUl No 4.1 A Challenge pup. peeaamled • aa. bv Th* Barbado. PouiiraA'-ocialion fur. Timmith*" W-i'k tall i ..„,„ b*ar in* u.ivtmnv.r.1 .la. m. A I... Won by Mr l| M Roeti Ahai-wlra Wilb*rt N., 44 A Challenge Cup. prraenlrd *•'• by Tha Barbado. Pigeon Club i]f3*i lor Forging in Iran not rrmhinrd of filed th* barn tram of 4 Young Rating Hum-Gerald Mgei rr. %  roui att-Uin woort A. Won by Mr D Wanton. M..-HI I . i' -' .%  % %  ... %  HI* l*-<*an PU.tieln* A. MM laWta MlMaantlSIWll WoiK Ada Kill. h.. in Si*.! tarMirl i R*4 M kl and aimk Hi.. Ho 1 A r*>a.laal I ha .* %  iMM ifka Ba Mai i-n I al CkaMtar Wo %  A aaaalal Prkta al b*aa will a> ard*d la Matnban at m* Harb.. %  %  m tor the IW.I tea I hall*..* f %  • „„ ..|„1 |„ I I ii. %  •l'i~l 'l> had < A Hurphray. A HutnpKtai rnaaaaea Uahi i A llua.be.iav. lull na*a> C A Mianuhi*. C V llumphr.1. %  %  ACINd HOatK .l.raH. Urea! To Study | CO.L. s*iii itisi.,WorktagBOf] Marshall IMan! InUi OTTAWA. D^. S 10 of the story of liviny: •SI reads pr*t> as the precpdin.chjpI rajpart €n 1 >. Bureau %  tug index rensef! by 'our rtfihs or s point f %  %  Lll > am Thr indfx had KLa outJump after another. points from 175 2 in 1 >>r January The bigg**! inrrras*a and will I Pjraoikc I ill rJtey • %  "• PARIS, De*. 6 '"'* tan ITimc %  I On IhU trip, he will 1 .iiicu-won . iRlnaliy %  ...s vwrtout |iiuliinU'iided ir.ivmn France "" %  wB *T %  %  A %  Ha II Jap* ..i-., %  Rull. A %  %  tell I yrata and indrr Hha %  10 Pnullly AmHH <" A H K Cork Ci I. W Clarke BM, to* Ih* kl pair of Yaf Slodana, ma Karlna Homer mi Show -of one colour Won by Mr W T. Warden PRKIM DM K* Dr..r <1 C i 0 urbin naov/i n rums II Hill i rarte Ynunii ih Ryl.ll Arif.ui U( It >KI t M A M .. Cliall.iur Cup. prreri by Tha Barbadoa Piaaxn Club ir T*a Tabbr — <•* % % %  ar Harm tL". tl kSAIKTl -M IHiN l) Olbba. Nrary Hr.r*. I A Murray. Onaia i .-iF*m s. A. Murray, . .. :i ,\, a\anT.-n-mi.k tilant. i C. A. C Youna Buck -(A Oreaiiida* Due C. A Ureenldae I Doa C A Wtandoii. I— baa* Youruj Ply.,.,., Member. Claaa Won b> MIM P laavrfe t aaara a*"' i pun Hush Chaira lealed with ruah o ( >cr* II Brail.. IRIM HIT ASH KMITIM. I i-ira and under 10 Sm I raaa li.iU.!., Dairy IjJ Muter. \ v^.,, .„, a .,naei Ltd I ,... ...I ,.*-. iAd. illiair lay pr.wtilirt %  %  .-ad. to main bar. Ina Barbado. n*irv and at.*-a t>ier W |. %  a.4 i a.-a.red hen. Mam. A It l.i. A Hunt* are Mr. A S Pankhural. Unfaar%  I K del. lelaitaCaa lo tin a nee group of tha OHaB I 10 >unrla • .in aiao afMUng %  mall ii.-u%  I il the %  tody artthfl Marshall Plan | .i-.-ided tu wait —IT. SUGAR TALKS %  SATISFACTORV i .nNnoN. Do-. 4. h M.w-r lUMiia* ,ing this ,„e proceeding yrryoottuy n t arotlali-i p..rtio<. ara %  till dbruialng the final detail-An.iti..-. o-aeUng wUI bt held proTl m i %  f Hi* Ita. Baaeh nreerler.' Aw> % %  II Ta.rl No II '">• %  < b.ll.rii. ( aa pr. wn-ed 111 %  %  Barbarlo. IBII %  Hi J Crorhet Tea Cloth Mi. rfl ov in* Crr-hel Supper Cloth Mr*. L M. for th. I A.M-IBI* HoijahoJd article* in fine crochet or crochet and linen auch a* D'oyleya ,% II %  _Flauil..yl*>.. |l Tl id ii* ii J a Ivrr Cha1l*nae Cup. preiawited OIBM! TO' by Menara H Ja>on Jon*. Ar Co. Lid. 'Fab*' runner or (. | M. II local aa.nt. fur Ral.t.m p„nna Faed*. Ward lor the be.l AdulF.m. Pi.-..n Drawn (bread In hi.i.hold ai | K la Ml W D Waidn. Pra %  .. <*>& %  Silver Challena* Cup. pierenl '*'. Lunch net. el< H A lea•<..;. r ad by Maeara. ii jaxm Jonea A Co. Ltd, (Jarnvani in Diawn ihr.-i Vical aaent. for Hal.ion Purina Feed, for Heavy linen Draa.. odite. a*> v lb. l.| Adul* Plae.ni on ^u* other Ullcvelt. Finlanad artirla) In Fine drawn fhnrad pre, by Mr. O L. W Clarke %  In l.lbern .rleai While l-ili.in il.a.ali 0.1 Hill. ''M Mill li. F II K.ua Pullet. II v. I-I,ea>...lh Rack. — n.ri.4 I It. All.tr I. II Poatai. I aVMl I riii.ii i HI. i. Pullet. I HI,li \ I ,. o II K na Knitted aamttnt or Shawl Ch.ld MB-I-M. Waatharhaad %  oca* in wool, .ilk .ii Ihrewd Mr. K KiHu.lU Knlllcd K.--k-. Children %  > In Ik ,>e ihraad i IHvlalan la -IIUITKI I.f I'M; I'enlaa Mr. K Nlrlioll. Saivla Victor Maxaon. BuaJVjwrrB Mlaa E. Shepherd. Tlthonla Mr*. O Si.rvlt K Mar-hall J It All. Alla>n. %  %  th.,.. (i It r Marthall Uhl Bread A E Da-h Beat Locally Brad Cockei.l J II i diet, LiRd Hicl A N II i H .i nan SB.ml. I.am* . %  I Marahall . i %  Pullet. F. O. rUmaay. Wkll* ar BUit f.aaa* He.,. K t.ianum RIKI luri.l.d *' %  Uaaae D. II B O'rfaal Cockei.l. C D Marahall Mb'a I— flan.. II. II H B O'Nral l> II B O'Nral Paputsta Oaaaa .i II %  Poebwlai tlaaai I A ii i uaaa* n A B os O. COB. PulirtI v. caaj |M| lt,r..t^ a*a Raa %  ltd II N l^-ai N la, A an.er Ch.illent> Cup nprraented b nlatlun for the beat ohibil ol ausar can*. Won hv Turner 11-11 Plantation Chai! %  i aaaree, i<> lha ..iibn..i ohtaimni tne %  rrataat number of point. In th* Field %  Cbnm Won bv CaatltOrjnt Planlallon .' A special Pravj "f HOOtt % %  ••aai.le.1 bl Hi. Uaih*doa Alricullural fcaniaa Mlnialure — Mia> E %  -"-• I" lha Manaan 4 Ihr Plandiliun hard ... i,.ir i'..•*), No. :• Won hv lha Mana|er. M John. A Perpelual Challange CUI iraeaeiited U. Ihe AgrlCulluial loekBl] .ibltor obiainlni the gi.i.t.numuer of poInU In Ih* Oai cuWon by Mr B. W Bratl wait* Sinn.nl I'm. i Silver Spoona praw n lad b> Hu Bacal i blaming Ih* maatral iiurnbor of poll! %  I V.(.table Claaa I W Brathwalle '"" P" ii*-. 1—fired. %  roai n..ik.ir. Lad I year aitd u.-.dr. I ypayaBnlkrrr' Lid %  J.r*B Vauiif Cow. aa per R,,l. 10 Bulk.I*. Ltd Cow. aa pet H 1* II n • i (la., -—(.lad' \.hir>. 10 HU Dal.% 11 Hill. Daily (taaa •—(iradea >la.k al Mi. Ht"4 i .i ll \ v Bull. Bc*f TiiI tart" or over>• -. i iraea R.n ii in under I yeartwo laetl. A 1 hallr-I' < dale la ni.ti %  Oa baBaa Da ...t st.. in., v,. i.. tM laoth Mi a. A 9t aa.** u. hleapkl ^m P'.rheaVn V %  Braa ). %  A.,.. k%(J t.n th. 1 K .1 %  ) Mr It Tint x -,. .i Pear* af ti aa aa h. n.ih.,,w %  raa >. i %  %  ii., n, %  %  H A MaiahalL |1 i | %  %  Aaamiattnn or lha Beat %  % %  ...... II. R I) Ward.,. Cot Re. li Waiilin li .. k 11 I In.. It V I li ... I, iDafeneai \ i No U aen led by HIM' %  ! Ul I Iiqoet RiM-a. all one co fetM Mr. J Cunn.ll iti>i n.i ,i| .. t 't. N II Baa ra Earlv Vietnrtan Houeurt Mm. J<." -hadille Bar.r l-.liir I aBaylllt.n turned out lain* In H Sart-ant ,4. %  K.h.lll. ,, at Aad i.. lor Ihe Ue.t of age. born • vrr rrrarleal thalleai* %  ,,n Ih* I.Und of I ii..-d aii. aa kalleac* I ar other than ,ned •chkdai Mia* K •I. .. Humphre Carrlngtm ITeaentaU"" Ba.het of FVo' i %  aMI .in. .. i Dl'1.1.., la-HOtlTII I I.TlSf Dendtukium Pnalaanopala — Mlaa B Dendrobiuni rhalaenop-1. achruaderiMiaa B Chatter)fe) %  re la. a beat P.. Color, i, hrj Caatle Grant PUnUtli.n li. •• ... Nn-hoiu i.. .1.. arts M..-. Hunle Cockerel B. Coajhl I li, ll it r O'Neal %  <.tn..b () % %  • ar. A.O.V. Baary Oai K K D Webater Hen. K D Webat-r Pull*!. K D Weh-ter iw-.t TUN Cam* C. A. Humphrey Ml III I Mo A Perpetual Challenge Cup. prevented by the Sugar ESporten for tha beat exhibit >,f Dark Crvaula Mugar Andrew* Fa-Urn Ko 01. A Parpalual Challn* dp. praaentad by the Barbatfoa Agnciltu.al ^.K-i I... Ihe b' %  '.in ..I F-M-! Malaaan Won li •-nrt> Lan* ractory S'O B> A Special PrUe of (WOO preamlad by the Agnruilir.il Sort for th* bail Cake Icing Ulapl.. ... I. MIM V Dacam, No SI A Special Prlrp of liun) or*. Baby'a Boolla* or .ho In .Ilk. Ihread Benin! I th* AfrKullural SotkHy for Ski taaVJ II %  Collin. -he aerond beet C-He lemg diaplay KJ 'tmg nnhhad article Mra. y,o.i i. Mlaa V Daaaion A E Armatrona St A ' aa „..„ „> n Better romptlttion Mr. E. Deane wpq b* Mr. T. H raimer Oarmant with Smocking — Ma INo SI, A Perpetual Challenge Cup. i lady Bobeitaon. re-praa*ntad by beat aalubit of %  %  ornamanlal plaasa %  Ainpliat.m Madam* Hill Papilk) Mr J SLIIICW.II Mia. ' i It' %  %  RpaUloglotli. SpacieIt B Ban. AO.V not -pruned above, am C P On.,.1 Three apecimen. of th* ram* Gene* MOIltLS AND TOYS iintciural Model-to arak—Oaorga Seal* Model-mainly In vm Wartaag i, .-t.i .., i ardlng Wooded Toy not otherwia Bay Street boy.' School DoUa ^>Palru-.a Schor.l - i i pirsi ii... a Modelling In anI Fo-ter RIM AVD t mMM Parpatai ptewnted I i „ laa |kg u.' l>, i -. in tha Show .ired by a I% %  Brad te .1 Bf Chai..|l.. No 3. A F-ia'lal t batten.. I .|. wnil by Ml W A Ye.iw.od. now pr. pra (or ihtbeat anlm-i und.-r %  %  C W aprlnaar. i \ pirpataal Cte Bi—a Cap, H i phre. • lliuiiio i %  ih* bait Milah Cow bred in Barbod... Mi r. c inn *.. i A r.rarla.l CkaaVeaae fag %  K. ." M V. li Wa.-I.i, >'.Ghaaharad e. i..-.i k.a t tiii.ni .i I...4 -ii.... -ar. i i.."..I r l-.-J Blaa. % %  D iVar,l*i, It Braa... II.Iai ( h'.h.lrg I c- It M I U "'I*" %  %  lAay iilh-i Dafcatl %  ...II II M lt.*ll S.„. I 4 hi A. H. I Two Bifeclat I'riraa af I100U and eSOO rr.pecli.*!. oreaantad St„kea Brn.. Lt.l repra%  f Meaara. Q S.mnebo*tl ea Co l^indon. rwanufact ir*. ,.f thwell known Ja*a I %  %  Iand aecond oral POL1 I I'ltNlTCRF. %  'Ml Hugh Walcotl and Mr. Hubart Haynra raapacUvelv. N aa. A Perpetual Challenge Cup. rrr^ited bv Mr R N W Ottlefti. for No TO Cup | byj Agnulli.i.. %  hibll II. i I um tetepfy. %  ingle diktillrd Rum, col.. It ..... niannla. t..t. We-I India I Double di.tille.1 Re*i prrwnl year. R m Nefln Single or Double dia.llled i mired. M.lined and bi.lllen la M.r chant, for Hourah'ud V* Th* Re%  4 Co Single or Doul I trnm, Col...ir-d. Matured. Blended and BotlWrl H .iiaahold Ua* — H 1 Km C Ijqueur Fale-ni.ii. In.* *. Co Comtrercial FalamumMartin Doodv V.'////-'.'// ^-e-,','/',-.', W,"SS*VS**#*S*W********MW**t FERGUSON TRACTORS WITH THE FERGUSON SYSTEM Thr frlmi, of both the small and Large Plantation Owner*, "like of which Is only a fraction of that of a full "Track" T; S3.ia5.oo does an nmailng job of Ploughing and is at home t-jhci in the m tlif road. I < famous Tractors are also becoming increai* Ingiy popular here and arc doing fine work. hi you to Inspect Ihii truly woiyderful machine and you— ploughing, hauling, manure spreading, grass-cutting or what j Children grow up strong and healthy on irol COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED Agents Virol providM ad the easen tiaJ ingredient! thai growin/ children need. It U 4 highly concentrated health food lhal helps huild atiajng bones, geood teeth and starrdy limb, y-liikJTen Ittve the Savour of Vuol and oecausc tney a I way, take it willingly Uiey get the uunmt benefit from lU goousacaa THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS. ttKx co<* ... ilf %  t*IM\+.i !.-.*.'-*.--•-•--.% %  n.. tHj.' My fe.iinrii—I \m}\n lacf. if th* vary.tau.ca.of foB**(Jiii; MM tupply So. foe. ara Nitlt'i. Milh;il|nei fcy;Naulg.tii.-nilk of unvarying ricellance. itlgctad and prgpirgd. undo <*.mitt eiactiRg cona.i.on. of moogafi tiygian*. guarantied by >" %  ngent. *BH>. 'a.ba. QJ.jhdggjub y gunty. Ngiilt 1 now offer pew NESPRAY A NESTLES PRODUCT



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I-AC. I lull; IIAHBAIMIS AllllKATi: SVTlW)\\ III i I MRKR . 1S1 BARBADOS^ mvmi ItAMaoWhoKnewSo]lfoch| NOBODY'S couldii i lirt'Jik %  %  •'' hiiiisrh'— DIARY f. 1 f -i Saturday, Dec %  Ba l er K 1M1 Wvr li II ira I i I < %  n • a ion THE i • the Governor %  Barbados has pli number %  %  %  disCUSriom Certah&lj v. h tarUngton had to say or thu Mibject <>f vital importance would have mtere,ted a far larger nhtoa. People who wranl tat hnica i theilLSClves ami tin.i eliiklien | any number thai the politicians fondly taaghN, Hut their VOtCM luive s., far been drew i i | ihose who have a vested ir ;. i; as lIlOII which baa served Barbado wall In the past but is nil Ion meats of tin* tachnlc ilageti i live. West Indian li iUaotuala paj lip i ha naad for greets* industnaUaation in the BciUah West [ndii i ever to aeln. ..irly comparable to thOM ol highly industrialIsed countries, hut this Up nrvlca has nol been followed by any roncertod drlVI to public opinion to the fact that only by ac q uiring skill.oornparable t<. the i highly Indual thay imp.fi oompata MI producing rnaqufscWest Indians have been content to revel too long in the expensive ami delusory game of mooVaUnging and hava hsiled to realise that a reedy tongue and a tree Boa of tavecttve i.s nol the beat nraj to acquire emp : %  %  %  ., Ivanaa* ni.nl. So lODj .in..;ii> in Ihe West Indies a bard working h ,\ i n.iihants, mdu tUUt) the mass vim. 1 ii the new West Indian consciousness seen.to I ml a peyctu to outlet fur its centuries ol uncbn privl] < nee in threat* than ami "soak" them. This at each to a ditlituati Bei Indian advancomai I West Indfai and tntcllactuaui the talanl In then midst ( % %  held up i ill ni where vet 11 can b %  mulation. That is the Ural tap The iecond %  tap la to } i ies for inn. %  i,..v. how" of the population whon the) profaai to serve. One obvtoui way ii booating technical knowledge is to found a technical institute in tad nd mainland territory of the Major Darlington would b< the first to deei> any ittempt to turn the B.C FW h nical Institute into a klndol advanced West Indian Teehfucal Ti The Institutes opei ,i ,ai training ises for apprentices who anemplt yed by ni .meal trade UUTJ i i IV. \ attend the technical institute uiie day a wi--k and work the other live in then places of employment: and they attend technical evening instii weah. Major Darlia i larger public had been pi iv.le.;ed to h •,ite will have encouraged the members of the local committee t %  | that no further hamlt. : bados in :' %  but a technical : ed as a priority need. it < II tPMAK riM in t; %  %  • %  I Russell Monro wai an %  %  II %  I itudyiai the %  nuld • iih the %  Mm. rath* %  raand In Jail "I mils'. Irll %  5 behaved ai I nhmild," h<*nld "Mv contact i 'he fuel that I haw % %  thr<* in the *ame Jail." 'What KO* you I n .'to pTCBcrlb* iianm-ims IropUcai no suoUtluv by whleh the cmflrmed drun M htmiclf. F.xrepl NOT TO START. II.i. ; a man who un ""ly UM %  -..ckink' %  ( the b.*ly bill ->f Uu nrtm d" dope hi l.-s M n igii"i I>i M %  to help tan. sleep. .u. ..s hand) wan always u npplj i" the an> %  %  %  %  %  help thai %  %  ) M his t ulein a %  ing men of T > •i. %  M %  %  ham i %  i Hut a %  %  fuddled that he will and ^J* %  i %  %  I conviction to i and will-power, %  las, no lone) %  %  Aj M i i In his lk-ket %  phial t morphine %  11 ..t crim< he v.., lha and i .;i:;tei. I u tune i rceUj i ... ui Dr. %  %  1 Come rail tli %  •. i>*vchiiitry %  aded our talk he i : i through the swing doom into Fleeti i anaan hen Mild beconu of hua, Nexi day I found out Dr. Nigel llamid Maurioe Riuacli M 16. had i ehei :t;ned a itr-scrlptmn l.i morphine Then, eoefe at hi* lodgings in %  had fatal dose of the ndnn and Uv l" 1 virmi have sc-ii roungatera peddlers have lalk-ii tranklj ol %  In proflh they made; police %  ihai ihey lmo %  %  ..m .In nbotil it. la contain Ihe i n tpiruj men.,.. %  police muai Li %  Suspicion* parents call ;*t the police station anonj nWMllly Fear, malice and bopi ol reward are re* Un uu: of] the poU one hlnl Hut letting %  hint thi %  %  vldencc to n 'v> %  ;uurt. Par %  to know keealnai %  pii>.! ittaeaad; an %  pipe I %  aw in I^ondon wai of Intnned was of polished The Price %  From the dmn .i... to (he knov n pa rnnnii. it is fcheh broki i .... ii f v i ho i u i vary. In the prcnrioi M %  la. 8d. In the Weal End al a Time of i it can co-' 7v 6d foi a single 'clKJiette — L.K.. I he l.iner i anloii (hmuul for Siiifiu/itirv) lloeked llv MOM \<.t I 1 \ I 1 TILBURY. A squad of Customs men went down the Thamej in .< launch BOOB altar dawn Thej arere %  hefty lot. They wore (rbny dork-blua batUi sets t[ bars, luii'licB. and pe^i^• i I ai tut aapen la naclllno aoura liiddei. drugs. Drajg Torts Taej were going to meet the Hi (mo-ton liner Canton, due at Tilbury from the Far East. siti' carried a en and coloured seamen and a medlcv of tourists from tin Bail i • In* called it Hongkong. Singo,„„,. .'iid Port %  ; port where drug trafficking goes on. 'i he 'ii t crew" i tied up at the .i hind panel! In i aph paekel IHuigareee %  went Inui UM I iurini -room earne up Bundlei of ouy ,.:. turn trequenl hldlni ..-'.. d ill UK* 1 was picked up from tl % %  in Ihe crew OUaMari has been found In appi<< BOW. The search was still going mi when the Canton wi ihe landing-stage. It stop until she docks in LouThar M ihe story of one ship grrlolaf i" H^foin II tens 'up lhal lied Ml. /I "ill go Ol I These Customs squads, trorhPrsthn porti era I defence ii the dOM u'or. —L.E.S. V ItiileliV O. The Battleship Sivallowed by •TheClrael Sea' w , nan v i ananw.\ ' :i (ll> I.Wl'.N l.r.IM the battlesnlp Sao s,,„ ind the elfhl advendrrvlnaraln m nging her across the bridge until they were forced to git up And so e came to— The Kigali \dveiiluiers ABOARD the Sao Paulo Willi.no Painter, of Goodmaye> Bssex. and'th< '""" se\en mm he (eeruitci for thi i.t it.* ........... Auantti sun men, inlpleeil) j'' 1 111 'i Mink without Uraee* line* Baek m England smi Portugal UM) ,.,.,, had fWO months' fix*. %  %  ••' %  hei tl.. .. t t.. tlie nwn on when the voyage began. But the men who fol UM Brel lime can tell (he Sao Paula cannoi b where th.' the %  tOfJ of the vast steel hulk u. „ lV ed. with the eight figures clustered on Then the) wei hei brioe* wsuea vanished 21 the search unt ; are William Adanali Sa, who Uved lw* serap yard on the, Their story only deepens the rc *"';'. „n,te,, .-MI,. SaoPauk/BecauM _2" ever* 'man lack of them is eonSeptember 19 We had only ,.nvlnced thai 6M betUeahlpta aft v.i i abocu ha seen i"-.. Otouffa ,: %  '"' ' plaai trim three nations hat %  made her a heavy tow. 13-hour struggle against ibotrl six in ">i I The CrewrauuVi Story AT RAHHY near Cardtff, when I m rlou don %  i Of Ihe louldnt novel The %  I Britain huilt snips lu kUd more that %  ago—ay thai ahe vouad rtevat sink. thai her .ir.appearance tg one moie iid.lie of the sea. Hiit wratt happened when ihtow-rope^ parted. IS" mile* %  eau.tSe, of St. John's. Newfound land: John Ellis. M, of I-nchln. Charles Tate. of Wil! Blyth; Thomas Me, N. wtown.uds. Co I Down: u man name.! Kennedv I who Is believed u, have joined the Sao Paulo at Rio de Janeiro, bul whose home is m Glasgow, and an unnamed Engllfh boy who a!su oined thi t the 1 ari nilnuu-. nl in e\er> saga of the *ra luck plays a part. There ma t The Man Who Kcaped IN STEPNEY tL Ml E. Devoa South African irtd this story:an board the battleshki' asting of? when one of the rope Mus X ^ they call it ihi %  Id have made I cause you %  .. er greens %  %  (in %  bjghar up bi M full ol taxis and other I bat authority loMnei the thia :l BSDAl i i^hter and mure iull of fun if you have leisure tot thai or i .HI afford mora than one %  day. Hut it Bavat be very trying for IhuMunfortui :. whom ill ijuicksilver Of to be endured. The incident happened like thii 'Mi X baa 'i yet. You'll to phone at home." '•\Vhat\ hie numl %  "He don't have .. pi TfEDNBSDAI Thaj tall me tan confidence %  of thi' i hat you can make rude j noises at them thej till me in confidence that one day (shh' don't tell anybody I told you so) thai one day there will ha n uV B window. There! [fa out hi best '.riikil you can brave the glare of the ion on the ihlnlni white conerate you may be lucky In Bnding your Christ%  irke', there i saw three turkeys there the other day and they looked thoroughly browned off. riit'itsDAV Turkeyi obviously b> UM well known turkey idiom u thre*>'l company", because 1 I never seo turkeys walkint; out in two's If thay do much more jay walking %  ofnoone "ill have to Open %  school to teach turkeys only to cross the road where there are etude Otherwise cars won't worry to stop and more motorists will know where their next meal is coming from. These three were eo thin I w.isn't really tempted but I can't promise always: to be good. FRIDAY "What's In %  i in.e is so important Kul' instance I ..nee got a pair of chickens sefit to me because I had the right name. I sent them back because the man who lent then had remembered to say whom they were from. I never knew the fellow ei d I wasn't hai 'i roni anybody el all But another chap 1 know has bet i nifferfaruj Cron this name bualni thai romebody raruj him up askmr. him what to do about some dogs. When he replied "poison the lot" he had a kM I of difficulty explaining that he was not the S.P.C.A. The telephone is a terrible instrument if misused. IATUBDAY—Every now and again On sesses me in spite oi my Irish prudence aad I rush out in i pair of old boots without lecea, a week's lie of beard and a loud American %  hlrt But i sway with it. I yi look like another poor supporter of the Electors' Association and people even make remarks almul my complexion. I was talking to %  nice rlsherman the other morning, having a friendly man to man democratic chat when he turns to his friend and says: "The white man want to know wuh we gun do now?" "I tell he only Wilkinson and WalCOtl can help we now." I didn't wait to hear any more because if there is one thing L don't want no truck With it li Barbadian politics. I can be as democratic as the next man. 1 can even write like the next man you provokes me sufliciently well, but I ain't twine to :et mix up in no politics not me. I ain't. So I took go lisher friends, shaved my stubble off, put on my sixtycent pair of'sugar bag sandals, climbed into a less vulgar ibirt and linen shorts and motored gently across to Sam Lord's where I am not known by the local fishennan, to think undemocratic thoughts, if any. I'rodnoae: And they pay you to write that tripe? Nobody: Why not. Don't they print ihe politicians' sp. % %  BOOKS W£ Have A Wide Range Suitable for— CHRIST MAS P RESENTS ADVOCATE STATIONERY. an a WHISTLE 50? frr li, o.-. lloiihWhistle Carpel & Upholstery 1 Cleaner c s PITCHER & CO. Il oddenty whipped up frnrn the binding out Ihi bat< u.u ay tide and wrapped it.'lf round %  %  %  I'n.ii look me '>ff thr trij> high "Somi* t.f n% v., TV unenBv about ,,u hole* that had beet %  etas her boarded up itr speed fell to The Sao ember north of the Aiore*. Just * i.,,..,., | agp ,.. n ,. s j Q p^^ was tn M ,„. darkoexi rathered and a IS.,| ,., | | |( m ,i f lonU und purposM rU( ,,. mtle-per-hour hurrieane roared wa9 m dCiK „ hi|> wlUl |U( provl irylrot aquall nil for the off-dut\ Meboats. %  numbi'T %  %  and men *oene beWell. Uut was the last %  > %  or the SJO Pawh The l.searched hi worsenUii e*uer M thai nlfht r Take— The Captains S|oi \ AT LISBON While the t\i^ Buetler wai r-f.i< : Vd.ini. from li. .•. The b--tichip aapeared end disappea r flees fe Kass To The Editor. The Adi*oeafe— SIR. Kindly grant me space So little advice, as a Voter, to thi ol the Island at the forthcomii General Klectlons under Adult SuA ..\uc is. before going to the Polls to voie offer ti| %  prayer to Ood His help to direct you how to cast your vote in U i You must i ernment will hi I responsibilitv Ith you on this M V TAYLOR WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD'' SMIIMS Ol I v a HI I V| — AVAILABLE ITOM STOt'K — IK.< OS I A A Io.. I nl. BaW. Ilepl. pitfJ AiuiTiran Styled k (.ml! JOLLY OLD SANTA aofiessn mi si fOK 1 (// K Dinner Parties SOUPS Tom J in OxUII Moniole oek Turtle aasasagae MEATS Milk 1 ed I In. ken lib In Sib Milk Eed Duck Sib. Io 61b. Krullera—averse* 2'; lbs. JAR It. .11DESSERTS lie Greasa feesasr Oaavee Qeeaei Aarteeai Tears \lll .v 1 ...1.1 1 IL < hilled Aaales CHEESE Krall i. phi I laealea Red n.n.-i, oeaae Edam After DeBSMff MlnU < III.llll .11 l'-llll<" \ . -i .i.t. in tin* tre^h VeieUble* fi-ld nrafd Rum nuke* an* everinc %  Iv.llt pinny HOIHt 1 It It s KM sana



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SATURDAY, IIK nan . isi BARBADOS \DYui \n PACE nve No Decision Given In Writ Server's Case a deliberation of one hour and a half ai %  i; : .'.::: Server (t-oulbouim i Ward of Rock Hall. St. Thorn., of Inflicting irm with intent on Elijah E k Hall, st Thon i %  i ted at 10.10 .1 %  ended ill tinHon. ihe Chief Justice Sit A11-.IL CollyKi prealdlng. CVainaaj In UM MM arera i white Mr T. | Kuhi Acting A ad for the Crown. The prom-cut.on called on s* Edey I russ the tick broke brought thiei I the accused struck E i colling %  Ock on the left hand %  d uut "Ward, look you Mk my hand. 1 M On the flrst "e was sure that Ward was the haMtd with inflictm-n that struck Edey with UM • .tin bodily harm on Rh' -•' !" W * > '< lh '"I with intent to m um. diaw moon oul ,h 1 ni *" M %  injure and on the second J"* 1 *** 1 %  n *' 1 In inflicting grievous bod-"ami* was taking ... alleged A ...driven %  %  oca Mid, Uw prancutl (the Island **" 5 ca *" waj atu,: Spatial Out] %  Thomas. It appeared th .t the ac" D %  " % %  •* %  Station, j witm ..... M i ml down lo Spring farm, s KasU aV j ';""• n pecal duty aboui %  HMD B !" >" m rwr. '''* 1,,d u "'' i-'-"'"-'-' h,m m < h v \IIIS \MI II \MH IIAI I City Gets Ne* Parking Spol ciation .it Ptinc William Hmr\ I v. %  %  situated Thl* >p<>t. o Messrs Evel> n Roach, v iII b* I Monday. Dteembe r 17 %  I Park Thursday in***.: th i.*4lcrart. drawings and HA R HAM AN UNDEfoGRAiDS PROGRESS WELL IT U.C.W.I. the I FicUl Bet Hul said th.it he heard Edey'a hand \ i} a policeman, but M i to, K.u, '"'" %  *">"P_ !" St. Lucia Has Made Great Strides In Kduration During The Patt Ten Yearn S t l.ucia has made nieat prograai educationally dining tha There an now 48 primary schools, three of which have been supplied from C. D, & W lun.ls and they rOMonabl) awl equipped, Mr. O. A. Walker, Acting Director of Education in St. Lucia told the Advocate jn Mi Walker ll attonding the Caribbean Regional Kdueation %  it rlastlnga Kousa. EU IS staying ai Ci Waters, Worthing. %  %  %  %  %  %  i MwaUon %  vaUaMi let UM BBOftj. been invited to attend the paw. ,. 1: of Si. Thomas iie said that he I'. Ike Constable J.imes Lyrn.ii %  %  ** lystejn b> "I have been told Hi.,* lives at Spring farm, St. Tbee lay 18 he was at Spring Trinidad Public Library I | j eaedMaMI rJO rm. on May IS he Farm rap, St. Thomas, with n entry lo Ihe heard someone passing by the accused sean-lutig to. Clivmc Rlli. POTtunltj to and held Saturua. aohoola, ami the %  oluttao tit thai ul Then he an escaped prisoner, while in %  > s Vbxanl and Berbedoi ON i. classes was dJaoontinued from IMQ raxed problem of overcrowding I about I 1 the gap he heard a shout Bl BT to keep iB lOUCb with UM and intcnsivi %  e %  IMO ID UM provision ol % %  He >: %  i. who form oni kind had got a warrant for'the accui I yi """ k Nona ol the . Uroeah %  tents lo noi'-members : n tli • >in*tiriic • %  the area but M %  of thi" %  ..nts Accessible R T Michel nilssioner of Police, snld thai 'his |i the best sltunle-l M •or the ihopping centre .. tana Ilka thk %  shoppers who will lv MOV! then <-,.is WD reach H a %  %  MU WI-. I Tha* >• the first park be ii .i iin i t the Bat I i i-moblls v f. r 50 cars Whleh WtU be p.o kton the ban system assures easy narkinx an J immediate get-aw.iv b] poth ecu %  will b* | Asked about lhl tnre at th,. B T C R M Ml W said that %  well itipported M mat %  I proan thou i i t u the ABMciaUon did no) rnotol I-' i1 '!.,IB.1 tag. i loaad III among them. ItodMy Harm "aid. The policemen lifted his on to Addreasing the Jury Mr. Malono Tt building oiotitiunmv is goW Assistants who formerly (U the police van and Sgt. Hutchlnreminded the Jury of the chart, m „ u £ h (lf Staff and assisting the Probat.<.i ma v ,f" %  within the framework of ihe eleI'olilirs II is unfortunate that in all of these lalanda, the polk} BM • %  hies lion la so gre.itly influented l.> the politicians. Even among the ponaJbla sect ions dt the arious islands is the fear of wha; ion son cuffed his son three times in bn.unht against the accused Bra) OOunt he was charged Th • %  nfl cUng grievous bodily *""", n iulai Bialatanei when he I %  %  %  sitta _. 11.. t, i ll...... li..l L( tkn A-i Intent son with a stir* and he sj-.ke I.. '"•*", !" ,""' %  "' "" •* """ '"'" „ (1 %  ,.l tlwm that if the first count !" has to IKp:oved. intent has v l>e shown. The Crown n llll-.ill, IIH'UKll %  delayed by the burricana In ""'" %  large buildings %  %  _%  — %  %  eotnpleMd, did s. hotu.ships had bee dition warrants the hope that Hi. time will ai live. BOd very soon when a ro-operatlvc spirit be< BiM and polltiel m will banah distrust and fear. lack to him and hit him with %  i it broke, The %  | left band Hta lefl hand was 1 roken n • May 18 l>i ( ummins who examined the hand and he to the Hospll |t was set. Me COUkj not ii" %  To Mr. Malonr his son fell h the poll' i This happened about : >" P All the policemen wei dressed in pl.ii: .loih. hi Kdey .aid that he saw the policolonwhere IIien beting Clivine Ellis. He gave %  'it a was going on. He war „ deUlled atcount of how UM unable to do anything. police beat Ellis, but Rugt lUffl of the buil %  on. wen dan Ha -• aa^rtS", ..(tnctlw.hi.wn. The Crown ,„..,. %  %  "• " %  • %  •; %  u > % %  % %  „„ ..„„,.„ %  II.. t< chnrepd ..<, lh.. m -.,„i Inns were all coveie.1 l,v in-u'sally and to p.m. on May 18. buildings 'bat they had been using the number of ohani a "il ."Li of ,h proaecuUon said that the ft offices and lecture rooms. They mg that period. -55 "*_."' "dghl was a clear one and a bad lieen buildblf and tmichina 'IX'spue the fa.t that the %  o f th) fteli lift Ma Barbadian who has nevei .. finished. 'eels that hul countr> is mon .i Cotonial Oflke (Irani the neighbouring islands, he p*isisis in directing a batb I Offlce bad treat* The accused wia wearing a said something else. hcm i, and had „ %  jacket arfd pants. A cap WJS on Edey could not have seen hU son R rai.lcum ol n> on 00 tha matUn MUCK him being beaten ,f pojlcemen bad them to put up permanant buildDuring Ulc w i -en %  uMected te a few such oral up to them h(iy had lM ;_ hh rei would iccntnpllafa t %  %  (or building a wU-rdered eoelet) springer had been of urea %  nd given the iiMplratlora lo in help to the University College as if Barbadians won paUenl MOUgh them In Ihe mtrresl of their felI' tO li-'en I,, the bona flee repotUi I i, %  %  he from othet Tl i fi^el (To standing, d his house Is nhmit three houses away from Spring Farm Road He tl I eused well. Kir.l Aid Tre:ilment I'r II <; Cummins 18 about 11 pjB his office at IVink Hall Jusl abov I dda U May was telling the truth on the witness stand He was not suggesting that Edey's hand was not broke:, was submitting that the .mused Watd was not the man that broke "During; the past t*-i 11 steadj Improvement In Ihe kind of rduialion offererl ll. arious grout*I ; i i' ii. ti | 1, financially strong Island! where sums of 'torn CD and W. funds have been used for the n Of school i Ihe training of UPkaap of buildi m .. burden on ii therefore Importanl thai iue.it anal adminI that the human beings, that I-. the ll i t>i ivided wtth the tool Waintominw Qttmt Mi'.Ht lie Reheard i.i,. Judgei Of the \ Appeal, Hi H Vaugfian and Mi 4 i< i, . Kiieii. yesterdaj orden 1 l*yeer-old damenUn< i Of I'ollymore Rot %  her busbai be reheard ii us at* i nun ..i Clementine has accused band ot n eg h a Ung and ii ei au n t n g The .... was he.ud m m Lower Court by I Mi c L Walwyn who H Tin. Apical ludgl that the pruba i> gi't InfonnaUon at t,. "f income Charle-. C..lien,in have. MbSSBS. A. S. BRYDBN a SONS (BARBADOS). LTD., po BOX sot, MUVOBTOWK, SAIUsADOa GIFTS GALORE ai KNIGHTS DRUG STORES vome in and shop with pleasure i irant K aiiutoss PI art MI urn \\ i u M \Mt I Itl -I 1 I HfBJfl mil I 1 MAP \v„>r I, ,1 Seenls) |MH |M nir.llon*. \MI.I Oraakarai laea Houses, etc. V varied \sorlment ef \m.is Cards \inis T.ihle llrciralton* %  ds^itt Hi I s p. | i, behalf of GtenwntUM and M D. H. L Ward i iband. KNIGHTS LTD. his hand Ihil nlghl. .:d-pl a policy ul grv&ter inlroPmpultj Evervon* Rnr w. w..uUt Uln him lo Kl^ I„. toll hand" wai "' >"pn-uUo„ WttWM ..1-dl.n.. brakaH ll. r.-i.lcrcd nW-ald and l"'n !" l 'ho accuurd epar policemen in plain clothe, and he had no cap In a COM Ua ,,„. v F.lh.. this where the prosecution Is under ,,,.„. ,„,. % %  iiding The Mwhelher the acounls len "> „„ loIU of lh. eused had a stick Ml his hand with "to Crown witnesses were con(he D|II la.lonof : Here was a crowd •SS5CJ'?. TZ$Z, "'i IE Mr JNlcol. Edu, Ad %  Even in mv own httie district of Bpelahtatown %  i helpful projects hjve be. | Mil on the afaoaa %  %  ad. md %  i pop ul at ion ,-xpect %  • learn th..' I elemantat and sec.'.. one must recognize UM spirit of %  itil It broke. There was n crowd vwcmr ..... .., w,.. ... f \ %  . wsplclou. In a ciiminal ea-t I ; PJ U .lis said J-ccuwd always lias th , r Uh Age firnuplng .i Rfalkai nld '• .mi DO, .•..' t | ntei •it DUl stated thai (lie prc*cii v.i :. over .igi-MioLiiiin, a ovei omo In St, L i, itlan of i r tOdlAed pattern which did not disregard Individual ability. inoa whieb aou sartly laau to a retrogression tha -!ly resist e.l In lh,people He hoped tha i it ion would soot i>e found foi ibis problem In Bar S.Mial Srr\ies Th.meial le r v l eei had i-eet h i n B irtoadea. Tht • an p4r n that the accused was weanng a ; "< %  —• •aid. Ermle Bran, h. i 2-year-o.d Uiey saw how hea.. ..f Hock Hall, SI Thorn.. to the court. The prosecute ........ e beyond doo.t mural Ooulbou re the ui.-iand Ihey huye to decide u Ihe Tutor. 0) On psse 1 away MM1TMIIM<3 for the way in which %  Mr A l>,ugla-s-Smith i< N > s With these WOOLLEN TROPICALS We have a lovely slock of these excellent materials for the most discerning gentlemen. p. > %  ,. I COll.ll NOT "t ilBl.V. WITHIN Till: BPACI AT lll'K DBsPOSAb arvi voi urn i QUATI MUA or TIN: TRULY WONDSBFVL 11 \NfiK OF • TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, ETC. NOW OH DISPLAY IN OIK SHOWIIOOM CWSBV '.V/# BB FOH V0BMSBLFYOIH ixsi'i.'rio.x is rnnvru./.i r.vif##•;. Aninnif hundretk Iher uifls (or ( l.ililrcn you will Hull Ml ( HANK AI. TOYS Mill \KIH|\,\ uu i | PSD U. I-Illl. BNOIHi PEDAL MOKIK CAS TEDDY HKAIIS A Bl I TOYS DOLLS TEA BETS ( AHI'KNTKRS TOOL KTS IK HAI.I.s AMI BAI : IIONS TRU.MPirrS—Tin and :• Mi. PUSH TOYS—will, I I in t ( INO -•! T8—Sim II lo III ll ID BOLDIEB BETS ll Mi EOO SETS Mill Yfl.P.S AND IIK Ytl.KS IIINKV TOYS—All KindDOLLS' PEBAMBI I.ATOns KI llllllt TOYS AND IHII.I.S DOLLS' HOUSE KIKNITI KI: WOODEN POP OUNI %  TKIANii TODDLE HIKI s AND ; ,'\IN Sl:rS -I l„rkmk and ll.uln. We lilvn have i'l.ASTK TOYS ...I) NOVELTIES, XMAS T8EE I.I.( 01. moss. XMS CBACKEBn EMAS OBEETINO TAGS, MM v WliAPPISli P.M'iai FANCV Ti' n. COEDS AND WHM-risi. ] \p,:s. r\ GOOD NEWS FOR .y THE CHILDREN in...r KB i MIII i" ui atthaiBBaa ta inr TOl HI P | 1 Ml M Mk ^-^turiaj Hih. Uek jnd Had baa.) before Xms%  '.'in HIP lillle onr<-HMJ will INilrllchteil In n.iM-t their <>bl Iri-i .1 IIAIUCIHOV S THF. BEST PLACE FOR TOYS BROAD ST.



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PAOI nXRHAIXlU.VoCATF. g vri IDAl in i '"" K 8. 1S1 W.I. Bowlers Useless On Dead Wicket S. Australia Score 276 Runs 1 or 6 Wkts. From IIAHOU) H\l.l SYDNEY D bUtn faced I Australia won the toss at Adcliroffk their utmost* io make A. Bowk-y had obviously set his heart on ;i century tad 00 minutes and this on a wicket %  batsmen chance to stand back and look at uall. hours. puldig was conceim incident w h i dentine fflBjped (nun tin, ham] and sreni sailing And 9 mien § %  l his bat and carefully hit II with a golf shot fro puma; em IU..L. riayC.blvl Tv.^u will represent' %  ; 1 becon-\ !" %!^'"" n , 'V,' ..£ 15th. Play to'"! ll Jf iB iVr^.. P ^ M„J5EH ,* i. *hitrial it nfrei-. to Mairhall , u iOd rtu-karde, who it they sucB Tj?iia. toi: ">• "Phatteally ,n almost M££ B 1 ^: 7T ,and a pUct ,n lh th,rd V &£ Valentine plugged away hopcroat, N. T. Clarke. u)|y M |m|il| but i,. IIIiadnin t i Iran !lmr on that deny him any help at all. \l ST*. ALIA (v, IWIM,. at in IN, Dec. e. ' %  .'.',, b K.nU„„ M .. onahlp game* .in ,, %  MI ... MM %  %  I. o. Warwickshire '• •'. ' ". Seale. Rugby Results -•Us %  Lines and Darby a hire 12. |. fcxl... Total ickc'm FOUR WIN ESSAY CONTEST PRIZES \on~Sllit Si. Lm-iu Education Jud^nwnt nicies in the %  %  %  %  D ii L Ward represented %  J H. r-i• merit (or %  %  %  %  her sister %  %  %  v mg been JOHN < .Oil OAR I. fReufer Photo). John Goddard—A Profile • %  %  ,. %  ted . %  >.' ., \0 1. %  aeta Ibem ft % %  rday aaornlng. inat the i ....itt.i no . i l>y Uieit Value of gnd not t. \x -i Community. .fi-id of by law abiding ettuani. celebration*, was due By Peter Ditton LONDON aaod %  On /\|>nl llat, 1918. John 0<*lThere he has nadi ilard was born in Barbados. Tl e catenae which have played no 1 [.unity small part In making Bam and .pire~by exam. %  a*3Wnta| "coneiSm'.. '"•desire to emulate Ifl. • r have been Itn.. Ufa, Iiom which May have ,,| „t that lime. The ion I r r, thai pays handsome dlvinow id Girl la. Could any Intelligent perstore-owner. John Goddnru wai die. The %  econd prna nj tagg ,n % %  .. %  to iwcomr eaptaln at laa t.r>i when Waihbrook %  1 II %  Ike, am won b} pi rtUBlUai offered by Lneaa clubs West indies team ever to win a both wall set, wi 'm and 15-ycar-o promote those ideals among Test match against England In da %  Id Wilfred Wood. Each got 5v< perrantaaa of our youth this eounir', .i,i:ion? Now no u leading the Wast ITIParkhousa made The seed has been plumed |t5 dic,i u nm '" Australia, in a bid a ball I t-rtilily splntuallv assured ii is to wrest from them their post-war ou'si.i. his offleft to :-f the "PWor.t, navu IHII mil with surees^i. The the bat. Hiii It Admilleil IK l,i I iat while i '< newt? Mi • %  not spuKt-n ol I'lOIl. : .. %  n %  '•'•' ha,i given the When her mother gave I amount. bo was living at Bank Hall but had gone up at her %  day, thai hand," old UN Court that her up at her to get i Uesidc ii„t when he told him at.. Ktrange for nil I after he MO thenwas no %  %  .rt .aid that there were a> From page 5 -.* Kvening liislituu BBld ,,..up. mus' i e highl> commended. He said that h did not have an schools, but he had bean nee him that the right altitude of the teachers was a roblem here. >. really unereeleri hraa among whor Bl organt i.iv zeal li '-g mi charges. Thei< must be a greater personal loucf iitablished l>etw"^n the teachci V 0( He Depertnrff.' who should be regarded as friend-, i %  >pies. It the* average teacher hen ll of gjDOd to wit net.* %  ijata in other i %  %  the-* two bodle. who are working in a co-operative me project. Thu tt-oclwrs" infliL-m.' an the pupil abould then be lasting and effective. Mr Walket -.ml that In0BM raeogajuee this w In whom he saw thcboyi he once impressed, and was •If aehieve% cveral grave discrepancies bo... and *••-> witness. She should howaver, M .in .i ihancc to bring the C apnln if she got better evlitenre T ad and accepted 0 non-'tnt Judgment < r thr .-mc raffle unil CiirU' C luUs %  Md DaUlUUB ."•• mill in mjiiurny i lhsl ,_ ma0t „ ,, ..: ::, ll.y ..| lllU.lriOUI ail„| h .„ ,.,,,, „„. ,,,„ Ulb N „. ,„ d ,,„ „„„„,.,.. %  v"iry .line u a mrwcl c&UMnCI I c ...il and Knriv I.. Nimn. u^r...i..a. ,luvo no ""' w 1 1 UPSH. TluUlc bat 1HH II , ^ .. T 5 T'J ""' %  "• ""'" l Ull.l>aii> 1 no proof m ponod l Inrtnc, and •dolnwncr. ,„, ||( v< "j^, vl|u .„ h| M |U ., droppl hi. tuhl hand : % %  % % %  <"< %  Io thoy will have ntabllshmade • IroliTm.nnlncmit eatc and m lltw in ligni, i" "ie Mini ti>. s.-uuL and U'rl W(i..l ntnMi ..[ man la Juh-i tory. out lur UMOadua II la neatly >"''*. Y.M.C.A. and alt CxMnrd" He % %  ' kln.lrod urifaniaaliont, Io do rriekoUr when compared v ilh ,' ,lr TMi %  ..'.ik lli.it will rnounn ""ifr m.-inbei. of his aide, auch .11 alinoiiitli .1 1001 hall everlarini ctadll al lime Worrell and Wi ..• inlerei.1 on their laboiii *ita and Valentnie Itut ha M i. • wllh Ilia wellan It be awaM. ii...,iticl, 1 mal Ui .,,„., he.„l NUP II,. ,e..„ll. of lh. '"fiCffi 1 *" t seelo* lel •ppl "•" ';• %  ex„eet.,l to b. etlhe, UI I nil ,, , %  1 had ton otacular or u wm e d hib but like the tin> coral the %  r-r miigent ^" 11 likr the HlU ;.: Hitisland must apnl|| ^^j, j 0 a WUll i ne West a"vuu| m void | Ildt-n pi Inch is tieme. May P !" r trom wh ' %  %  %  %  rented a case (or the achieve und. i uguration ot the clubs the next ">uld no' do ondOl gnj OthOl canal devise means %  taeaaby ** ,n may be kept aj(va .md Oodjdaixfli "wn %  Wllllag ra ...jroualy able to prosecute then not w .,. !<. th,. t u il an la vitM Io lcing a 1 %  % %  :. Indeed. e influence ot axpac*a4 to gUpBisy On h it '• IT US ' 1 %  iinuuus Mraoi handicapped ^ |y< 0(pec a || v wn en the monwn'^ '•' Ui last •• ba crowned %  u iphra < %  .. ir countlata ,,„. v denied the in roe 1 it. disease, desertllim becotne* progressively grcitci one of the main IV.IS.MIS why Enmachinurv o( adminlslraK\*nd had to follow-on i;d were *"' %  %  I --•-^ riajht-han.i. meditno-oaced legHavln cerssf ully thai ....''. S wnai oeuer way n. 000 annually, irom thcLaboin %  ^ %  rund, than on ibe child 1 : tan Lab urer? With vision, ami YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT (From C'odrlngton) KsinlslI: Nil 1 "Hi Rainfall for month In yesterday: MtO In. Hi. i"-i l.-i..|.. 1 ii.ngS.5' W. I "v.rsi Temperature: .*• F. Uid Velocity; ft miles per hour. it.iri.mcl.-rIS *.m.) Z93H: (3 p.m.) 29.154. VOTRK VERMOUTH Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains f lust apply Sloan's Liniment lightly ait.i me ii.ieiuiH y ..t .luniii.i.-; :.> —— '< > %  <..^.-.-... .. evenlually beaM I... a lb. loldn ..|„K,,tu.,.t, for. a. P-S 1 Iwattfti nebulous ,, nan, backiH bv gdequate fundi %  • • i..:i.r w.,v u. iwnd, any Huttno'a |j 10,000 annually; nrom ine Ubom u, century I, D on the child SotS '' %  "'" Probabl) 1 energies to l> %  hannela! Th me lime hn Ion 'niowle-lgvd If %  %  1] o 1 and pU ad the phrase .„.1 *'*!•• wi'noin ni pu,,,,,. ^.nerslly to prevent a FrankWorr.il of which hla share araa SIB. "ild l^> nniureH md ,,,, y, mrn ( „ (t(X i w in \ n rally Aa a bowler he can be %  %  aartoug thinku lhe railMi ropei planning in these early ,,• well equrflPl ,-ars. a correlation with the Bracaptains, Qrfdard would be mg Institute can \*created, and to better advantage. As it llie ram early youth the tendi not get called upon, s* ; ..f %  p. 1 ; ,h %  1 trainbecause so many run-, ai ntagea. ,„,. ,„ 5t i m ulaled and encouraged, board, or else he lias to come b if markahan wtcktti ., i and play a .. %  Either way. his natm •or attack is not given %  limit neees13 ID'i IN NOVEMBF.R his strong point. leeiM can he be said to %  %  his faith Ten November are among the notiflIn Ramadhltl and n( infecUouj disea-c lhai he mni n%  which have bat •n aurroui o ine I' ter, honour, decency and an earl: | lirled by the Acting Director of Uadfcal Services. There were two caeca of enteric ibd one of diphtheria. Take spoon BEMAX daily you're bound to benefit off the ball and then be to work. So for his O has not I"' On the field Ooddan splendid example with his brilliant close-to-the-w tckct Aelding. It favourite position, although he 15 WHAT'S ON TODAY rage* hiidiiii — I il — V a-m. 1 .uru — !• a m. I ir^i Second and li.trtmedktte DivM.oi rtehel at the raran ai 1 (..as. PeUee Band al the St. \i',in u 1 PI I I p m taarlat: .•" .. %  luaa i M pm. Mi 11: Fict Ouail" D ber a. liEhilnn: 6MI u m Huh Tloe: \!\\ .• pm. Low rhtti m m\ 141 p.m. imsiing wbM %  d.rtcrt %  dally ipaoo/ul el Beaux oui naka to you %  iftil halih nJ •hallrj .irvkle il on you' 1 oihancbHi eenjr* •ueelal „„ '"> .... .. "I'm-oii, „:r:,: —-e„,u. tzrxsz; ^ e. ail-V t-W--"— .WVBt.1.. w ._ -.... 11.. k,.r,.. |.. 1 llliiuiniilim. Iijfnm..' r.-. .i: v .. f'f. our llm.. Kldru> TreubU |i it,. tr U Wn %  (.->. IM artsfea, .in Ha .. ""• a ". MJWMI" SIHIll .. _. .. .. aUtsna air* M *"' M -" "'" Help Kidneys Dec..*' %  Wey Mr t ,!. I. .. I. S tiAo clinical Iota and ie> a ,tui' I aka saueuaealiii .r...j No Bcnafil—No t-o Cystex;; • HDNIrl IIADOI.: T, el ....rue a.-.a, RHIUMATISU '•The Family needs CALCIUM hOI iM mwii hj.t plenty o# ciloem. or (inc. iKvayi 'Of .o.rfl benti, t*eih. blood nd ret. Ever more w required by growifr. eh*!-en. expecisnt snd iHirsmf, mother 1, eenaleiceri " womsn


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SATUBDA1 in c i Mni.R *. i5i lURIlADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I VI S Chase Will Seek To Remedy City's Tenantry Roads 2Q400 VITI \m;i, KMIIIIITION the Ann.. I his WM %  i, Thursday night the crowd was over 1S.000. wa Yams, potatoes >l J--'/I/I Ni.unit II/). Surinam Rood Impassable Merchants Should Qaue KiiMim _Goods From I .k. (£ v. %  i-nnsl Church, inat althougu in<'* had increased anil .. Monei I ii.laimed Hams \rrit*> U{iml 'K '-O^ xibUMuur . v.-nn uur irai „,_.,j„vr, ~—I.— .mini Kinalltica] meeting of %  '"'' %  nl t hj the Ae.nulima] n --' I -..: %  • ., .. . ,. %  i' I i British Guiana, about :u rears. his last | %  wu at Govrrnmii, %  d at 70 Da I 1 i/has*. %  Hihaim ... tadgatown should as bi unto IIH n iiMtiulMlum thrn. %  iii create competition and ] .aged again AB. ..,„. get what brouffhl thcn*cj M ,n i ,i, 1 nir.g *eerched among pile-driver was br.Hignt wiercgfhMsonsjb s v £ £* ,*' I f ,h ^ s '>"The need for The booth, w^e I '" '" ***" 'V hift niart to l viU, 7 V Uf SU "" "" '"" %  KOUf.glng .he tSUI i?ol S.r SLiS.'" lP : Wflsl ~ ni '-"Thursday. ,, ,„,, w !lu „ J(l ni .,„ ,„ „ .. IkJ. ^'LT tt '". r> ""' %  " ""P *at economv, £oArner. hSI -1^, i "I" Mture ami Ur Kent % % %  IrlfU— Mi ChSM told of the Bj I RN BUI in.-uith he it would now be iituation, somewhat late, people having be'n falucation Talks Finish Today Problem for BOMS Time md schools for tecbaleal .ndred and second Exhibi*<*** r-.nirinB to thhinh i.i >,f i-ational training. -The kind of ttM M >feniber living. Mr. chase said ttlon that our boys and girls local importer was at the mercy receive today, determines what < xporter to a certain exmen and women they will be to•.'Hirforc he thought I bt said ling rue in the cot of livd %  remain .1 prol tagg t..r . He though! I that m order to ease th, 1 with regard to the food Government sluml.l again in*iM rikrwftd to aky-mkM their" rent* I ?^^?^ n T!l, Planlln a certaln ""> pleased If rent^ aM J L Meol ^1 mount Of their-land In vegetadtahiiis,-.) on the basis that exists Adviser ty the H was a today. 1 think they w,ll bg ve. IX-velo,,,,,.-,,' „ rul %  £2 A? m t: '' saul Nevcrthebeen %  rOrUn fl sieaddv throughout u, i !" J 5 th s "' nnrrt on UMg, I wnment the week and 1 1 *i fl i-t'.n,r'" tiZ %  "' m P l t hStrg some ret.i„k at midday to-day. a£S?Elil**?w* l \ V '"'"" VUUm f *" •'•' ,l '" %  >" -"'""The Uonfere,,,-,. vvui add UoZ* • rlo "" Thursday by Mr Ph,l ,. She, : iroyed a couple of days ago, Mr. around and inspect the houses •-%  r*T** *•" -ily a week that people rented, to n in Chapman's Urn.-. t ii,it m.-s.[% %  ; Itttng tho lU %  The E.lu,i N IWUllg inckw Us* %  1 i 1 tlli> •Tgffg t" I'UlllHH I'hr. . id been instruWork at the majority nf Su^ .• %  < %  '-• """' 'hin^s. in Uonal thlrUon steady pace It was 1. %  .ndpcjst* in theiMU ID KM terday. This wotk Lf In 1 mui> c r lon K *'"? '""* ,( crop seard pi.md.-d I hi*, they ggld, was jon^ Ihout pracgdaol u HKJ MM which hcli ran gpgetod to piBd cau> fj *" """ l HOUfSJ dm, 1 -.'i-.tr in .1 %  '"' %  v "'. >f Mr. t„ 1 :, being InF.MItiKA I ION AND L'halrmanship O.B.E.. Ml %  : iire being renonPt'P W ATFR H ARRCil IR ARE THE ANSWERS Ui s \ Wiilrolt told thielw ,.l J.,.-. I till. SI l-ucy l Iskfar. H..\. fbsssa agggssj the 1.tie Bachvioi \ • i nifiiliHrtrnTi :-! % %  .. i' kSSBjfjSS txlndge. Hudolph Val•nUno, n.itiMdoBnung InttlMheiMan. Barbados Evening ln.-ti* fc. Mill.. I %  Pr l v l o ntutl' The following High.Candidates h \ %  %  lion %  Hmce C.i rl Ninas Tapn Vrri\. tot Bai bados yeaterday by th. •rftfj l-laater. %  luiled KI". -heir. in.i>.ni.ii.( %  %  Unra to Mmi< '. ClMtl ft CO Ninety I terday 1 'or vessel t'aswdlan t ostatiUeiae a ed durint: thin I ... RRIICM i.l ls <'mit..tvm. r4*rkrk H lr.ni ili E Adaana. ClteaSkaphai K-..1J Nod Willum 1^... Irla n—" %  s, Ham-' Joa^.h. Ja— \ %  1 Iddal—'. I nloa llt*>ta. Maria Mil. I*alCllana. Vava S*tla. Anlhaav' %  in Hound UvlabaaUdf ., 1 IM in 1 .IM Jarfeaon Oranur TUII. Ilil Tnn. %  I ri ii." i.i' ...an Mr Hnbnt Aa.-ou*h. il..rll. Mia. Haa> an Mlaa Find Thatniiaan. Mn. Mary mmiMi 1 i !" .1 ctssfssatn Rvtl it'ul livffiiti-d Fire IMMMJIISI Hiiir near futui essentials •tc. would II. IM Warnings Par Ij^liermeii ailed fish, beef, be conmd. rabl] then) If tin(innof food ..: controlled, rents should also he controlled.' It Is an ini<>lv<-l hut I think if members After deh.de on DM m ibjects involved, it wa.. ... %  IBM the holding of such a scmin'.,! %  eould 1 %  ubla Other subjects dlKUMi f wo day been education In agrlcullure. coinn,' %  medical serviren and Mlf.ilPWMI 1 nment put their heads I _,,_„. cu %  %  %  — '* ' "'""l! wnc '' .fully int.. tiu ."tiers Of Administration onl Xsto ettnff wi seutativo for the ivirlsh of St CI . v.. (or the inmates who h.oke-1 on from the Almhouse f c . %  .d Kle. tn-n* A lane numbei m n u BJ ., ,.... M „^ ( „„ Ed U dents attended the show which ,. atlo v bOtgdng and eaiiflntson was very interesting ,• other Ihings said that age(>ro>i'iiii: should be alltshed and %  THE MILL BED PLATE I HE (Lu b4M It Master fabriMtnd tbs MIU bad plat* of 1 mill installed ..1 !... %  \ %  \ factory and MIT tl., I n ..In prg itli I onllnucd I mm fasr I won pMmttted to Like the BOOT t' iXi'l.Hn thru votes. The Rusalan and Polish made tin( umliar charge I'lMi'.ing aggrcsIngt Mm Soiiit and &•! %  %  %  1 %  mi. Snail) Balkan watchdog unit by 48 to 5 (the %  1 with one %  ) %  — v.r. A riltl ->f unknown Oriffln tuned .it The Ivy. St. on Thursday night, damgged the eastern end of a house II v %  IT ownad by Milheent \ auMtttty 0l .lothlni; was also tiund. I .. r,.... wgg .suinmi.ntd but the hi.'""•'r"' '"," *" fore the firemen reached the .,,.. Th.Mnuaaj Ii n ad 1 thuklv Illy matter, some relief can !* %  brought in ihe O %  east of the wether and fa TMJ HofL UM Ailing wanuiig of ,.n> imptnfllng danffgf. *" %  island. It is a math n* Judge Mr (; 1. l.ivlm so th.it thr lishermen .onl., pull I .it.unly gi%-c my attention granted tha petlUon of M.dvm., up then boat! In Uma tO avoid H lO if I be MOt t" ttM KOWM H E. Bonnett of Brtttoo'i Bill, .1 Another encounigement to the your represt • widow, foi letterg ..r hiisland wiiich %  %  %  Ol ^1' WlllM'l -„-,,* "'"' M'.SlSlONMrom page 5 9 Mipprnl Uwll ... ,-nl.i Uln w. it.i ..in].. ..1 ...iiiiims.iuD „„|, v i M |w, ,^ i|\U--llllt -*.'^-' Industry should be Ihe provision Mr. Chase said that it was tinODD tn tlM talatO <-l DOT husbund \, i.'i,... „.„, M, A<1 .ills ..t latrlanWiM >.. that the Hah inlenllon of his Party It they *>t Sim" "'""••" _, ,iM,'s !" tll senl.niiiid '"' %  Man eakht (Jr. K. C. Chapman. S..I1.V. f .,,.,'?,', •The natwrmen bay. K v ,.„ |ha atuntlon i aorna Measni Carnngtoii a Isealy apP"" ""• public lailhlul I tontlon to the provision P*!"* 1 2S ~S '!''"' Chase, .mm. ivhuh is always of a maternity ward and a pre and %  ' *'" I"*sraaghtwtthai uvl clinic. All thaa. pre>%SZ fiS5S J,'^ T si selves. In th. %  ., holchearted sun' P"'^^ ^Si^vtaT SSdU.,' •,"""'' -K,,.,...,, ybiw. done 1 am sure Ihe people Of the me .. trial ai your repre M -ntati\e m cna( .| Selen.i Wiulnev, St island incluriiiiR n,y-.lf. will -I.* the HauBt, 1 aai.i Mr. Chase. "I p,,.,., ,.,,. (( s Fv 1M n,,,,,,,.,, go 10 wanl mit.nu-.rtumty to represent St J(|(||| Alll P i i;i H<1M j,„ ,. ,-,,, Government House and put their U -."ii iteople In the ,„ r( | Sl Ggorgja; and Joshua In Paisley .1. -mi.A really smart \HIJI'rrss-nt for i'ii... MIII nr INI> friend MMM -MI ill medium -ind larsr I.ACH 1 Jt.1.!I*. i and %  utton no the t.md and II 1;. 1 Ml moat of tb I I be btaivs1. but the polkamaa *.ni on the The Red Crow said that aanlland for the daft ., %  Dot i-aWlvaa. Yet, owing to ,. r centra of Munmog m ihe fact thai the accused tlla mem.111 coast are beir of the PoUoa. they, U t .ming acute. I not be afraid tn discharge I T Mtr duty to the Ciown. V \\ I 1. I. A WIN II. I OTTON MM K" -.1/ to 11 < ins in ghad white. MMM, MtH hrowi, PER PAIR S'J.Oi IDOL MM K* nn NK 111-111 merrerl-rd llilr and art %\\k. f m. % BsrlBM .111.1 1. .1:1,1 dCMHIIS Sliea 10 1* II 1 PAIR.._. $1-24. $1.29 iffi* I I III. l.ONCi SLEEVE SPORT >HIKI- in i-elf rolours of rrrsm. blue and re>. Eseellent for -ii>>-.who in 1 i.l ni..-1 colours. EACH 9... III II I M.I.AM" rVJAMAS In striped drslsna WUI make for .nm for table leepIni In a* weather. 1—44 $7.:io IMS $1.31. Ml.Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. roMfSMr ~vi, ( "AS, URRAVS .. MILK 1 STOUT use. lAiCftjjnp HAIR TONIC hawaeai Are your teeth 4$ white as hers? Hive you smiled into your mirror h Lff*? Were your leeih bright. I they sparkle? Or could Ibea be whiter •dill ? Yes! wuh ihey COMUI Because P'1-sOdcnl contains Inutn. special 1 which duals away dull &1 m MOulj |7*n 1 hem a .: new sparkle! MANNING & CO., LTD AGENTS. II'IM'I I tha %  -. "I ...4aa.a.lrf moment of ihe gam %  %  %  %  I %  insole*. ihesr ne bu I Dunlnp 'on ln i'I good lable : %  aaaort, %  > Uppc: %  I %  *OHT$ SHOE; t AMIER FLASH: 1 d-io to. White Crps Sole. D-nlopillo Lain foam Iniole WHITE HUM: o.tora aiark '.'|. Ounloaillo Laan lojm msok %  art 1.11 waaiat f i %  art l-l DONLOP uat CO LID, IICOrwtAK DIVISION]. SPEKC. UvfUPOOL I



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NVTlkDAY. DECEMBER . INI RAkRIHiS ADVOCATE %  MSI MM HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON OS I NO FINER TOOTH PAST! TO HEIP AVOID j^pT TOOTH DECAY USTIMINI l\>MhVmuh,\p***po*hj^ | 1. lUTVrJNl Tooth Paur acnia.lv hrlp desirv.iKc hovir na X U MWki dull Urn *huh boldb-in. (;;( %  ouch aurf acra. 3. U vai ln-li*. in Miaov* nun. M.rryiowu.lh„vUMi^-1.,.il 1 |' uirtd and h|[ht tooth dor**.,ilcau (trill rm^'iii kn i ikttH h)l HOUftt AMD IKM.U! There's more fo a COLD than Sniff/. !" .' HMdsrh*. Ihat fcvrtiil. "arttaiMlmi %  >•<• ().•.* CaM rti antfa Alka-SalUar. MMi lUaftM . lit) n'-i " nipnle lot Hioilnri hcHlarhaa. II. ,Alka Seltzer VICKS VA-TROHOL Yau'll f.L | It. rfr*'.hino mini flavor, fos. :-.:'"'W£f*r BIL'VISO NOSI DHOPS Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure If v* u Ut. pain* amu-il rinw. f —ffar rr—. r—nr llMf loaa of niaMMt i %  .. ptob*b>f Mat* .ii.i 1 I'M* hi IWUMOuM dlira id.I i aui ~ il.a.ha Ikan ,incf, bar* re ni a (If of i mayVtt Itxrl TruuMa or a paraltilr •Wok>. rind *MI ahould alait trxatnont a> <.iw* Th* vary "ml iloaa if Naace I IIIHHII kn %  llm-m. a naa> i'.Hcal Alfovt-y. tulnr.. Ilii'i BtuM ITaaaura and niak.-. jou I..I .rawi.uitfiT In a f*ar data. i to mad., vi>u r.l wall MM atron or aw>ny back oa (.mra at ainpl> *<** % %  IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only SPECIAL IIIM'IIS are now nvuiliililr ill nur Itriim InTnrrUnidr. S|M'iulllslam il mil Swilll Ml-.'cl Usually Now Bots. Qilbeys Spanish Sherry (Qts.) $2.98 2.60 Tins Chivcrs Raspberries .. .77 .69 Tina Cambridge Sausages .. 68 .62 Pkgs. Jello Puddings Tins Kardomah Coffee Pkgs. Polar Icing Sugar Bottles Frontenac Beer Prunes U.u.illy .23 .96 .37 .26 .68 Now .20 80 .34 .22 .64 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street ULYSSES — JAMIS JOYCE Htiilvd as *i Umatmrplmum bu writers all arer the warltl : ALSO : By HI \ IIKKRBOIIM. \n inn III II s \i\/.t: By ROBERT OLOVBL llll Ill I SStKt. By AVIW.'I HITHiRI). „ sailat AIIV4H ATE S I A 8 IO.M %  IIV A Biscuit is as good as it's Pastry— CRAWFORD'S BISCUITS are justly famous for their exquisite pastry. TRY THESE EAVOLRITES PUFF CREAMS TRI-FRUIT PUFFS SWEET ASSORTED CREAM CRACKERS IT'S THF. PASTRY THAT COUNTS. Give YarnOVOTMM SEASONS MEETING! By liiiiiin Tvlvphone *jttaly Ihsl hinflnt la ipMfc to rv I itrntf* and PMrib Overall litvr ihrrii a urprihr ilunttr ihf %  M#n s.-. Dial (HI /


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V.U.I I K.I1T CLASSIFIED ADS. RARHMMK f nrHUk Oulana, Wtrxloixf .,r,,i -. Islam). r, riieawr Mttarvlari ar> *> Vesael MN'AHIA" S.S TRADER" 8 3. "ASTRONOMFR >\I.ESMA.\ HOMEWARD FOR Till: IMTFI) KINGDOM Veaael For ciou$ In LINARlA .Uverponl atf-b £ PLANTER' ..London .inn. There U .1 VtcaACJ U OH I t"i an Education Offlcci. NOTICES >\TI mm IM i tn GOVERNMENT NOTH I Daamnira. / i i.| MONKKA unl aer-rH 1 : ^" : % %  if M •.. i.iDa -ml l Kill. Data of otaparttira Ia* nr-tlftad Tfce M V DACKWOOO still mrrrpt Car fa -rul PIIJIIII. la %  B W I SCHOONER OWN'IM Tl *MT APPOINTMIM ill MI'hHMsoi; MM QaTrtULU, Mosrii \i AppUi %  M Isfl Kitchen. OMMTal IK | K| MM ff MS H $Hli' p,. t ..niium. Applicants should pfH ed a satisfactory standard of adu •xpartMMI in housekeeping dutn %  %  > Applications mi hm obtainable from Hospital, should be forwarded to him not | a t< DM. to HARRISON' LINK 1/ OUTWARD MOM THE TNITFD KINGDOM APPLICATIONS KROM MKMSHlH lltMMM. \MIOHIVI.S AT T1IK MATLKMI, TRAINING HOSPITAL From London Liverpool. <;i H tow l^nndrn Learei 911. Nov. 29th Nov. 5th t>. Due MOHM IM IAB I)IJth i). %  Far farther Information Apply l# . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Aftmta l'i p'liect to ihe selected gfspUeant Mag passed as mcdi foi employment In the Publlr 8*1 The minimum educational uiid I ideation which will bi e< is a pass in the Caa-Alltlfjl LsKel School CirtMcit. Of %  ataklaV ix.imlnaUon of equivalent standard Applicant-. ahouM he between the ages of 21 and SO years 4. Fcums -if application and flintier |..niiciil.ns relating lo (he post raay be obtain rcotnred M aMintd ilut.v at %  s-ihle opportunity, not later than 2nd January. 1832. %  -1231.—Sn. Applications are invited froi J5 for training as BlMwV The course of training |g qualirted for and received the! The course will extend over a pel will commence on lrt February. 1932. Applications should be addressed to the M pttaL Rjink Hall. ST Michael, and should I ''•h December. 1931. IIKPARTMFN'T i| I IM 1 I lln\ Vacancy In Ihe BSMMnUn l<. Applications *re invited tran 1 OOL St Michael The mlnimiic A o| the Department of cxcmpit S..l:rv will b> Itl I %  1 Kb rnentary Bcbool c OMIM % %  •prct of previous %  aWsad by leeenl testimoiiul. All othi %  ppUeatlen on ti.. H I' I reaefa U* Da| 1 cember, 1951. CaM UWW diaqi.aIifli.ifio 3rd December. 1951. VACANC V FOR RDI'C ATION OFFK FR. EIHTATION DFPARTMFNT — BRITISH HoMU'RAS Department. British Hon• %  PBkrAriHK'ATrnHOaoa —W vowlblit„ oln .11. %  IIRTONA Haiov.. Itom H0IU1.4. -n .\ahII>a *..llPine fconi. Ttled l(u•< iua>%  ml TV..* b-tfrnom Biniaalo* .!"• f and rr-lt l^dtoam Bunlalow ta.SnO W %  %  %  -•id wood 1 ilftvtl "i K It HUNT! A Mil: a IB N-en laund lull} <•• ta du Dulles. *n addition to the general supervision of elementary schools the %  W,M : on teaching methods and school organization, assisting li the nrtnis,dion of pupil tuacher training an,i performing such other duties a, the Director may decide. Quail-—---*Applicants should have been (mined at recognised training colleges, should possess a teacher', diploma I ibooM nava leaehlng experience in elemni.,iy gcflO I tiough not ataanllal, will h. .. additional .ni..i.(Uation. I mul The salary will be on the scale 91.464 x 71—$1,824 ( £ I Sterling is •qulvaltnt to $4 British Honduras) the point of entrv being dependent on age. qualification, and experience. There is also pi 1 Cost of Living Allowance „f 9290 £ 7 0) pa. The revision of salaries it at present under active consideration and it is expected that the salary quoted will be substantially increased. The post is panXlonable. Vacation leave is with full pay. free Mara passages being provided to Ihe United Kingdom and back. Travelling expenses and ubsistence allowance for periods spent away from headquarters are paid. Free passages will he provided for the successful candidate wife and two child AppllealloM. Applicalions, accompanied by copies of two testimonials and glvig two reference., should reach the Director of Education. Barbados by the 13th December. 1931. They abould state fullv, particular* of applicants' experience and qualifications, including anv mbjeets or in which applicants may have specialised. 30.11.51.—Jn. /Ml/ I Of Mim lOf #f •KHI Vl\ IIO11 III ro>irosino\ A new shipment has just b#M1 iPLANTATIONS LTD. •KII.VIV IIOII.i:il <0.>ll>ONITIO.X docs not C.TUSI* foflmini; or primim: In tin and nfTt?cts> neither copjui ONIY ONE SO" GIVIS YOUS SKIN THIS EXCITING FRGANC( Your tkin will b, cool,.. iwm.r.. 4 *• dnirably tlalnlyfrom h.od lofo. j il you bolh. wllh Imgranl! Caihm.ra Bouquet BMvty Sosp (MiYKRNMENI MfflCI GENFRAL ELECTION Elecioi u i.'minded that they DTtaln the number of thi ^^ Inch they from airy Police Station of the constituent r. KoUcea .ire lieiiag posted mi,. .:.tries of the Heg> Iresi of the Polling nation roi the District and this LatfOffftatson tiav been published in %  P 4.12.51—la i v,v.v.wv,v.v/,v.v//.v. § I I IIMSII ; in Christmas Style %  %  DP (WING Start XMAS Shopping at GRIFFITH'S Rockley. hir Ihr llousrwives SwliVa thee** ~6-lb. Tln^ Swift'. Cheese— t' %  !-•*. Tina t'heear per lb Table Butter Planten PeanuU. IIm in Tin*. Jarob*a Rlsruils—a Fine Asaortmcnl r>rapes in Tin* lUasehold Rultw — t5's, •a. i.o'. inn Fur I ;iU Making raunm H MSINs mi will need tome lo GRIFFITHSand see for rtaatgatl Ope'i from K am. to K p.m vitirriTirs PHONE 4513 — ROCKLEY. FOR SALE II ALL A I IS 4. H OI l Offers will bf> considered lor the pOKhltC above group, consisting of llaggjiis Faclory following estates ;— Anlh Afrp* 266 115 TtUI M4 521 211 Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. Creenland & 0\-erhill approx B:.wden &• River approx Friendship approx HaRHatts Factorv has been extcnsiv. U ...demised and is equipped to produce fancy I well as DC. sugar. During the 1951 crop (| 1.352 Ions of sugar. The bags required for the ] • lu.ve been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group 11 among other items the following Intan vestal tractors :— 1— TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9. 1—Farmall II Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor. ploughs, plough. 1—brush!):. ... 8 Dodge Tracks, I A TIM Livestock includes 14 ttoi PurtBst .1,1 mid ondttloi ootalnad from. S. P. MUSS) Broa.i



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PAGE TEN HARBDOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 151 K^^^***^^^**#**#*^^**###^#### t $ 9 i *$#**^#*** m ttt** * * * ****** $ttt* * n***tt**.i-*ti*m-i*^**ZK % of the PURITY BAKERIES LTD. AWARDED 5 FIRST PRIZES OUT OF 6 AT THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION \w H 1st PRIZE Butter Bread, 2 Loaves 1st PRIZE Machine Bread, 4 Loaves, Standard size 1st PRIZE Plain Sweet Bread, Manufactured for Sale 3 Loaves, Standard size 1st PRIZE Whole Wheat (Bran) Bread 1st PRIZE Fancy Sweet Bread, 4 Loaves, Standard size It's PURITY BREAD FOR CONSISTENT QUALITY I \w



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RED BID TO OUST CHIANG DEFEATED As U.N. Members Stage 'WildFight 9 ON ASSEMBLY FLOOR PARIS, Dec. 7 The United Nations Genera! Assembly smothered %  new Soviet bloc move to oust Chinese Nationalists, low one of the wildest floor fights in the U.N.'s history. The Soviet bloc move was quickly voted down 38 to seven with four abstentions. At this point, the Soviet delegates Jacob Malik and his two Communist colleague*—one %  shouting lady delegate from Czechoslova'-. determined effort to get the floor and explain Uwlr vote. But the Assembly* V..I-1'M-.,Fnm Ml Quart-r* : The Hasher Tells Speed Motorists exceeding the speed limit in Berlin will bo revealed to the police by a coloured Imhl flashing from tha car roof, if a new invention i* nude compulsory. Connected to the ^psodomeler, the roof light * witches itself on when the car t-xeeeds the speed limit — in lie lm. 25 m.p.h. CapMluiM: British and Danish pilots, descending on the island of Silt during iiii manoeuv coffee, found that cream was missing. A Danish jet pilot offered tn fly his plane to Karup airport in mid-Jutland, If the JIAF supplied fuel. Thev did TVaOtj minutes later Hie Danlall pilot was back with the New York: For the first time record, a 5-mile stretcli icumo a %  fiazzle of crushed ice." Normally, when it freezes. %  i a of k hrms across the nv< i Iml the water continues to flow freel> beneath thi?.. Owing to the phenomenon, the power turbines of the twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis may give out at anv moment. Madrid: A goose which laid golden csjgs has been discovered al Huelva, Spain. It had laid two eggs with 2S-p*seta ratals in Uw yolks when these owners decided to kill it. Five more coins were found in the goose's liver. It is nupposed that the goose must have discovered a secret hoard of the coins nearbv. Washington: What the High School boys and girls of Los Angeles do not know u apparently plenty. 18% of the 11,000 officially questioned did not know bow many months there are in a year. 9% could not answer simple arithmetical questions. And 3*£ could not tell me time. Sydney: uramu.n ore of a type previously unknown has been unearthed 54 miles from Radium Hill. South Australia. The State Prime Minister and 4U Members • if PariLamant are to inspect the find. Wellington: Introduced as gamo birds for New Zealand sportsmen, geese are now on the list of destructive unwanted pests. New Zealanders. prefer ducks and pheasants to the high-flying, hardtu-shoot geese. Canadian Reese are the only birds that graze and five are calculated to eat as much Home An untamed brown beat from the Carpathian Mountains a/elggtlraj 70s!, has been sueccssfullj operated an in Bologna lor :i tunfrnur on Hie liver. It took >> hours to bind the beast -jfely, the operation lasted only half-ao-hour The bear belongs for President Pad Ilia Nervo. who I* csrryi". ..te talks with individual Bi K Rail was equally determined Jebb called for a rapid vole on whether the Assembly wanted to move on to the next item, and was supported. Malik pcisMed. Then the Polish delegate. Julius K..t/ Suihv a veteran of many fluo; rights took up the cudgels. i(e w.i followed by the Czech Forcui: Under-Secirtaiy (i Sek,un\;i C., %  who reaped much publicity result of her speeches at the Traatj Conference ;i San Francisco. In f.icl. th.artwla brief com motion was reminiscent of a aim squabble at the Japan** Treaty session, when the Seucta< of Stake Dean Achcsou look th floor aw.-iy from the furious am wildly gesticulating pollBtefai MowifcL lake A.hr ended matters by merely catling on -Soviet (Mafata t<> take the Boor. Sequence Of Fvents TinDM nan Lag 1001101 %  •'tit* ran like this: I'lii Brat item before the Assembly was the report of the seven member Credentials Committee ihich Byelo-Russia ras %  mcml>ci That Committee reported thai II had appmved of the eradl all the deli %  But it noted that Ityclo-Kussia had been „n the short end of a si: one decision to support Chinese Nationalists. To dnvc home his I>oint the llyelo-ltussian. K V. Kisselev. had put forward a resolution for Assembly action, calling for the ousting of repraeei I lives of the Kuomnitang—KaiseK Government. Jebb explained Ihal Ihe AssemT last month had voted to ban r a duration any new proposals' expel the Nationalists Bull rather than squelch the new mow he was willing to consider a resolution to reconsider thI I last night. The Fireworks Start 1 finally, the United State-, dab gate, Ernest A. Gross argued tha: there was no reason to lift the ban on "oust the Nationalists" moves, because Chinese Reds were still engaging in aggression against the U.N. Then the fireworks started. Malik tried to get the floor 0-1 a point of order. Bui Jebb woul i have none ofl it. The Britisher finally won out by asking the Assembly to vote whether It v ed to hear Malik and It did no*, —by a vote of 20 seven with abstentions. Jebb finally asked the full Assembly whether It wanted to move on to the Balkan item and again he was supported 21 to six i.O abstentions. A Customary Move It was at thK point with the Soviet trio, still lighting for the floor—that Jebb called on Sevilla Sacnsn who was a rapporteur of the special Political Committee that handled the Balkan issue. The Assembly, m .1 pjkava thai baa become customary for the last couple of years, voted to act without repetition of the full debate that had been heard in Committee. • On pace 7 U. Nations, Reds Settle Boundaries RAB < VM.Ill PANMUNJOM. Korea. United Nations ami Comlaiaon ofleara agreed 1 u s M) .1 condllemilitaruced buffer %  %  I urda*j I It will no into oil1 t %  %  November 27, when 1 proviBinrtal ceaeeflre line was llpOil At times thev ware i" %  eeslon until i w a m The n %  f 'u.;h!v 2\ rnllea wide 11 in either solo of the eeaaaflre uVtfnarcai lm. but the width van.-owing to the terrain Heavy Rains Baiter Cairo CAIRO Dae. I %  ilm hava •ii naunavUtona, Prarti1 iii> %  .. 1. lepnonet ire working MM vi. % %  • ban lad and watei I "'ill lying Mveral inches deep in if Uv Air set vi' %  Iron 1 lira iron night, but this moming. they were reported to an mumat Wootoar ex. I ihal th. rainfall aetktt 1 violent Innti las) nigl in"of tha expecten U.K. Army Demolish Egyptian Houses —TO BUILD SAFE" ROAD IAL ZONE. Dec. 7. The Bntush usq turned down Kml.r aVOsad re1 ptlan authortttea to deisVt 6nanotttloti oi leveral Egyptian nouaea new tn 1111 llntish anni.mii 1 Uina* bull dosed out "! the a/a; I make apace for the 11" "eate" road thai tea anrrj H driving through to a virtually isolated water nltrataoo plant. %  '., %  i %  11 %  itisixi with water %  ii pumpa water t" ifa | .11 Abadla The British %  ; %  %  1 thu k %  %  % %  futura 1 Delay .. 1. 1 BUM asked (• I Coan m a n deg <>t Britten troop area en (he send off bulldeaar" The OoverDor mtd be wanted nine to refer ihe mailer to Cairo re refused Th.Oovei aaked for one tveeafi dobc an In order to all for him to "negotiate" with ihe %  %  'own. •\ Brltlah upokesman said thai householders wmil.l bo paid .01, .|,e| r d tnolbshed housM 11a did n -... 1 the prapaaad 1 it,of eomt r r. Italy Vavit\ With Ovt k r-l f opiilalH>n 11* Room 1 \ni \R w RAE OUT r.imbi in .bsfcy Isn Johnvin howltd b] W 1 during tha Setond Tent Match at flydney cricket ground aa 1 —Co.i.oiltdui,-d Pre*. Photo, Less Than Half U.S. War Prisoners May Come Back PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 7. A Communist newsman suggested that fewer than 5.000 Americans may come hack from Communist captivity in Korea Communists, so far, have disclosed the names of only 174 American war prisoners. However, the United States! Defence Department says that 10,865 Americana are missing jSj£ h ot-erva Corea. "On the basis of any war," said Chu Chipong Chip. .1 newsman from Communist China, "you can expect than half the missing to turn up as prisoners." General Ridgway also said aha: Reject New U.N. Inspection Programme PANMUNJOM, Korea Dec. 7 The United Nations have propoaed a new truce Inspection Programme, and In an abrupt 1 about race promised to discuss I the withdrawal of tn-' Korea later In the armistice talk* The Communist). lenlaiivriv rejected the Three Point U.N. in-. spection Programme at the tru Ci Subcommittee, but agreed to study it further. The Reds also side-) stepped at least three new separate moves for an answer to the Allied request for the apimintmetil Of a second Bajbeonunittee to begin 11 • %  Immediate discussion ot ( h.mge of war prisoners. The U.N. delegation presented this new truce Inspection programme at the afternoon session: The Armistice Commission and joint observation lean have authority to ob*erviBaal ground, sea and air ports of 1 entry, and communications throughout all of Korea an as mutually a gr eed lo hv the two delegations together, win fre. dom for the above (earns over, the principal lines of cmiiiHuui-i ration throughout ill of Korea. ( 2. "The Armistice Commission 1 shall have the right of >oint aerial observation and photographing over all of Korea. The Armistice the right of the comv -, —lu t mtm ouw:r\'ation of the demlli-' n Korea, Onlhcbasisof any war, said Chu Chipong Chiptariud (buffer) zone. The Communists rejected thei I irogranime on the grounds that I merely was a re-statement of 1 U.N proposals. -If. it had been indicated fewer tha:. .VOOO of the Americans listed as mining in action, may be found alive In Communist prison camps. However, Ridgway based his estimate on what he said was evidence, indicating that mdjro than 5.000 American prisoners have died in Communist atrocities. He put United Nations troopa deaths altogether from Communist atrocities at nearly •,000. Chu. who is covering the artnlsUaa i-Hifrreiue here, reported that the Communists have completed the paper work, listing war prisoners Hut he indicated thai the saldl 'Ming back information In an attempt to win further concessions at the truce talks He iaid that moat (I.N ers were being held In Far Northern Korea. He said that tn* Reds have issued coats to the prisoners with the arrival of freezing weather. Ha added, "not very good coats, but as good as we have ou ra etrea." Adenauer Pledges To Repair Damage 4^nnon Can Fire Done To Jews Atomic Shells LONDON. Dec 7 Konrad Adenauer, West German Chancellor, answering questions after a speech at a luncheon of the Foreign Press Association said the Federal Government considered it an ethical and moral duty to repair the damage and k*M :•> Jewrv l>\ the National Socialist regime Adenauer aiked whetl 1 the recent declaration n I Bundestag in Itonn on •' %  -Inraell retail Com ma in I crs Douhl Peace Negotiations B) I HANK II IIMtriKIIMKW 1 lllin d v. s m Koru ''""'V 1 -' "• "'I" %  with Ihe a Mimlaiuaitorn lj at o| c uphoMiiu the l M "%'• %  "• %  '" s "l'l'"" '" Ihfl for which the U.h %  •nl.-n-.l n„ K..1-1M1. ,..1111,11 "INI. 1..11 -xliB, u 10 • ; 1 -li'-l "f tlioimht ...nlh ...„ „,. to I-hnuhl %  i'Vh..w ,,d OH sooner '"' %  ,ls I •. mi .,,,,1 'moos Advocate Relief lund The lund for d-stitui. fishermen has rrrrlvrd CIMHI n.!".!.-. It 1, ( ,,„ll,. effort f**r Mortln .nv. "Ill Mill Kllll till' It \\|l 1)1 ( IIII III I I II Mill \|M\\ > who glra scueruu^t far the benefit ul humanity? Ohrf N II U and .ax. th. 1.1., ml %  1, .inn. Industry, fish It a *lap|r di.t nid tiutridftu. In*. "He glvrth twice who iiiw-lh quirltlv '. N..|„| ,uuf %  niiirii.nl 1..11 t<> tinUvoeata Oflhe NOW. %  I I %  I %  Mr. Ji St.I %  f Mr. P < %  1 Mr. M i m ea Mi a Mi SMwri O laird ll*ln II T • i. Mi a Kb* I) W W.IWASHINGTON, Dec. 7 The United States Ai perfected a cannon lo fun artillery .-hells, w.neh. to Army Chief of Staff (I ready for %  tant future. H the thefts n ..r military mii"i Alnng a %  %  l %  %  %  The Chancellor replied that' weapons." ; has 01; %  wrongs done to the Jew by thai The General ma • Nazis ii heavy moral burden forlonly the atoa the German people. [ thall—ha^ been proved In neld asja througl Jke/ tha raoant hurricane—c*. hoi %  %  ic IVImil It K • nmiiially % % %  South Ko.... ,. i inwit! result in permanent peace any the, an %  —if.p. Full ffembershift In VM ftr Italy Suggested PaUUss, l-c. 7. Vnrted Nation* Cleneral \ .. 1 %  %  .-l %  Rtlon Friday ii. iiulnn '. u.ity Council lo ..iin || ll.il) lo full membership. Tfie Sovlel I-.....I. in ii,.past used tin Beeurlt) Oouncll bhK'k Kaliiin inr^bership ami since the Soviet litnr oppotieil tinAssembly reaolutinn it appeared na tvould continue to do D Bpctieoi I of the Assembly reaolUUon .III'IKHI that Italy already W a noti-volfng member i.f the 1 leeahlp Counefl aha admin„ I "ul for the Unit..1 National and 011 Ivan full rahip s*. s#ie ..mid vie H< IMI 1 M to li|. %  Konu w.-.o,i|i, 1 Although Ihe QjJUn i|.| 1 eatj lo the eapltal cttr, they %  ii..Mi.,'ii.,liv ltalj/s n-ly -ertoua problem of lUtJ i.. .. completed laid iQontl pfsktant pi>nlation it i: 110,000 -an u.creo*.. DVOI lh.. IPM labulallon Hut even tho-r llguiv ran hfl II lha whole story. Ilalv today Is smaller in IB3I1 U.IS. Kill 175 Reds BTH Al(\l\ 11 KJ Kori %  U poaition on tii I t but loot anutber IP farther eaat. An Kigh.lt Army eomnuiiitOBai said thai U .1 snuad.. K a U.N. patrol in a taut in No MM I of Pyongyang on the Kiont 1 tinAllie* koiiiiiei 1.1I captured an advance bill peajtloa rartaai aaet, Can ' up to twai plal muk shortly *fler midnight nt ilv,. U.N. advance positions. The attackers were repulsed points, Irtit the Allies withI I" in t P too Red HH; 15's Ueuiuin N..ii I. Of Yalu River 1 in AIR rosca uv, Korea, Dee. v 1 1 iiii.iiiuuut planes remained norm of the Yalu today, ending %  • streak of Lb 1 IN which man.. Red phii.1 nocked out of | nr^t liana in ian-huUi MK; 15 jets Kith or thi Vela, Ilka 0 mam vagne, lurk.il Wlthlf, •! %  The operational summary to 6 "0 that tactical aircraft of the Fifth Air F'>n live sorties through low-hnnsflng clouds and rainstorms. -IJ.P. Police Colonel hilletl In Riots TKIIKKA:;. rjar. Teheran Radio announead lo I'oiii. Cosooal Nouruhad, 1 died from wound. ycsteiii.i % %  .. i d National fri "bo QIMI staled that thailat partisans of pe 1 to bare held a BUM 1 %  '.. had loll the I'ohre that thi 1 ories CJo im ing Crettit Formation's tin it Hi Service Bj J V( K pox LONDON. D liutchill and n. i.i Of Mull. Ith Ben lea tiiat gives dice] Briton. 11,11111 credit lm 11. Thai tha an rone who ii'liill will %  1 nn.licihv ui %  "'. it has beaeaM .in Hi ot ttntish 1 burchlU would dare led to. %  %  was under in. wartime Gov.1 plena were begun. now that he is Prim.M agam. iha Conearvatlvea will .rlttclaed about Health Mil Urtei I %  rsasta Harry (1 -*shank plans diu-lng the long aril %  men far* recess to study IIM whal run be done. Since the programme began In Julv 1MB. estimates of costs have had to be reetaiil dneaeally, %  1 r.r. bad 1 — •CzechoHlovakia Will Not Be Another Yugo8lavia M Premier GottwaM VIENNA, Dec 7 CZECH : Klernenl Oottwald %  aid ihut R. siannky. Uw ex-Secret.ir. (.. .. %  %  lovaklai 1 wae arreated while preparii the aid of agents of the Wcnlulata." ;ide Una duclnsure in a major speech ,i eeting Ol tha Party's Central Committee. At the thai Slanaky, who was ajreated on 2D. had Iw-en pxpelltJ from tha PJ' Party |KU. Jarriiilalausoiliuva Tausigova, his "accomplice" and a member of the Central Committee had iil-i been arrested and expelled from the Party on charges of aiding Slansky in his at) overthrow the Communist regime. Russia Fa vour Cum promise $6M. APPROVED FOX BUILDING SCHEMES I'AfUS. Dec. 7. ippnread Friday the %  mrcstad by United %  %  i Peg %  I imarAanl deadlock. Is speech. made to ttU-e yesterday, %  %  %  tkia *ill not be it • u beUev. | v ( tha Party has been established, and that two new had been appointed to the Politburo. —C.P. %  I-natii 1 ant commis.. broodest possible %  ..' rvfereqec. -CF. —U.P WEST INDIES vg. SOUTH AUSTRALIA LUNCH SCORE 1 Aiistrnliii 3K9 runi for 9 wickels. 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RED BID TO OUST CHIANG DEFEATED
As U.N. Members
Stage 'WildFight9
ON ASSEMBLY FLOOR
PARIS, Dec. 7
The United Nations Genera! Assembly smothered new
Soviet bloc move to oust Chinese Nationalists, low
one of the wildest floor fights in the U.N.'s history.
The Soviet bloc move was quickly voted down 38 to seven
with four abstentions. At this point, the Soviet delegates
Jacob Malik and his two Communist colleague*one
shouting lady delegate from Czechoslova'-.
determined effort to get the floor and explain Uwlr vote.
But the Assembly* V..i-1'm-.,-
Fnm Ml Quart-r* :
The Hasher
Tells Speed
Motorists exceeding
the speed limit in Berlin will bo
revealed to the police by a col-
oured Imhl flashing from tha car
roof, if a new invention i* nude
compulsory. Connected to the
^psodomeler, the roof light
* witches itself on when the car
t-xeeeds the speed limit in lie
lm. 25 m.p.h.
CapMluiM: British and Danish
pilots, descending on the island of
Silt during iiii manoeuv
coffee, found that cream was
missing. A Danish jet pilot
offered tn fly his plane to Karup
airport in mid-Jutland, If the
JIAF supplied fuel. Thev did
TVaOtj minutes later Hie Danlall
pilot was back with the
New York: For the first time
record, a 5-mile stretcli i i-pi river has U>cumo a
fiazzle of crushed ice." Normal-
ly, when it freezes. i a of
k hrms across the nv< i Iml the
water continues to flow freel>
beneath thi?.. Owing to the
phenomenon, the power turbines
of the twin cities of St. Paul and
Minneapolis may give out at anv
moment.
Madrid: A goose which laid
golden csjgs has been discovered
al Huelva, Spain. It had laid two
eggs with 2S-p*seta ratals in Uw
yolks when these owners decided
to kill it. Five more coins were
found in the goose's liver. It is
nupposed that the goose must
have discovered a secret hoard
of the coins nearbv.
Washington: What the High
School boys and girls of Los An-
geles do not know u apparently
plenty. 18% of the 11,000 officially
questioned did not know bow many
months there are in a year. 9%
could not answer simple arithmet-
ical questions. And 3* could not
tell me time.
Sydney: uramu.n ore of a type
previously unknown has been un-
earthed 54 miles from Radium
Hill. South Australia. The State
Prime Minister and 4U Members
if PariLamant are to inspect the
find.
Wellington: Introduced as gamo
birds for New Zealand sportsmen,
' geese are now on the
list of destructive unwanted pests.
New Zealanders. prefer ducks and
pheasants to the high-flying, hard-
tu-shoot geese. Canadian Reese
are the only birds that graze and
five are calculated to eat as much
Home An untamed brown beat
from the Carpathian Mountains
a/elggtlraj 70s!, has been sueccss-
fullj operated an in Bologna lor
:i tunfrnur on Hie liver. It took
>> hours to bind the beast
-jfely, the operation lasted only
half-ao-hour The bear belongs
for President Pad Ilia Nervo. who
I* csrryi". ..te talks
with individual BiK Rail
- was equally determined
Jebb called for a rapid vole on
whether the Assembly wanted to
move on to the next item, and was
supported. Malik pcisMed. Then
the Polish delegate. Julius K..t/
Suihv a veteran of many fluo;
rights took up the cudgels. i(e w.i
followed by the Czech Forcui:
Under-Secirtaiy (i Sek,un\;i C.,
who reaped much publicity
result of her speeches at the
Traatj Conference ;i
San Francisco.
In f.icl. th.- artwla brief com
motion was reminiscent of a aim
squabble at the Japan**
Treaty session, when the Seucta<
of Stake Dean Achcsou look th
floor aw.-iy from the furious am
wildly gesticulating poll- Btefai
MowifcL lake A.hr
ended matters by merely catling on
-Soviet (Mafata t<> take the
Boor.
Sequence Of Fvents
Tin- dm nan Lag 1001101
'tit* ran like this:
I'lii Brat item before the Assem-
bly was the report of the seven
member Credentials Committee
ihich Byelo-Russia ras mcml>ci
That Committee reported thai II
had appmved of the eradl
all the deli
But it noted that Ityclo-Kussia had
been n the short end of a si:
one decision to support Chinese
Nationalists. To dnvc home his
I>oint the llyelo-ltussian. K V.
Kisselev. had put forward a res-
olution for Assembly action, call-
ing for the ousting of repraeei I
lives of the KuomnitangKaiseK
Government.
Jebb explained Ihal Ihe Assem-
T last month had voted to ban
r a duration any new proposals'
expel the Nationalists Bull
rather than squelch the new mow
he was willing to consider a reso-
lution to reconsider th- I I
last night.
The Fireworks Start 1
finally, the United State-, dab -
gate, Ernest A. Gross argued tha:
there was no reason to lift the ban
on "oust the Nationalists" moves,
because Chinese Reds were still en-
gaging in aggression against the
U.N.
Then the fireworks started.
Malik tried to get the floor 0-1
a point of order. Bui Jebb woul i
have none ofl it. The Britisher
finally won out by asking the
Assembly to vote whether It v
ed to hear Malik and It did no*,
by a vote of 20 seven with
abstentions.
Jebb finally asked the full As-
sembly whether It wanted to move
on to the Balkan item and again
he was supported 21 to six
i.O abstentions.
A Customary Move
It was at thK point with the
Soviet trio, still lighting for the
floorthat Jebb called on Sevilla
Sacnsn who was a rapporteur of the
special Political Committee that
handled the Balkan issue.
The Assembly, m .1 pjkava thai
baa become customary for the
last couple of years, voted to act
without repetition of the full de-
bate that had been heard in Com-
mittee.
On pace 7
U. Nations, Reds Settle Boundaries
RAB < VM.Ill
PANMUNJOM. Korea.
United Nations ami Com-
laiaon ofleara agreed
1 u s m) .1 condl-
lemilitaruced buffer


I urda*j
I It will no into oil- 1 t


November 27, when 1 provi-
Binrtal ceaeeflre line was
llpOil At times thev
ware i" eeslon until i w a m
The n f 'u.;h!v 2\
rnllea wide 11 in
either solo of the eeaaaflre
uVtfnarcai..... lm. but the
width van.-- owing to the
terrain
Heavy Rains
Baiter Cairo
CAIRO Dae. I
ilm hava
ii naunavUtona, Prarti-
1 iii> .. 1. lepnonet ire working
mm vi. ban
lad and watei I
"'ill lying Mveral inches deep in
if Uv
Air set vi' Iron 1 lira iron
night, but this
moming. they were reported to
an mumat Wootoar ex.
I ihal th. rainfall aetktt
1 violent
Innti las) nigl
in"- of tha
expecten
U.K. Army Demolish
Egyptian Houses
TO BUILD SAFE" ROAD
IAL ZONE. Dec. 7.
The Bntush usq turned down Kml.r aVOsad re-
1 ptlan authortttea to deisVt 6nanotttloti oi
leveral Egyptian nouaea new tn
1111 llntish anni.mii 1 Uina* bull
dosed out "! the a/a; I make apace for the
11" "eate" road thai tea anrrj H driving through to a
virtually isolated water nltrataoo plant.
'., i 11
itisixi with water
ii pumpa water t" ifa |
.11 Abadla The British
.
; .
1 thu k
futura 1
Delay
. .. 1. 1
Bum asked (
I
Coanmandeg <>t Britten troop
area en (he send off
bulldeaar"
The OoverDor mtd be wanted
nine to refer ihe mailer to Cairo
re refused Th.- Oovei
aaked for one tveeafi dobc an
In order to all
for him to "negotiate" with ihe
''
'own.
\ Brltlah upokesman said thai
householders wmil.l bo
paid .01, .|,e|r d
tnolbshed housM 11a did
n -... 1 the prapaaad 1 it,- of eom-
trr.
Italy Vavit\ With
Ovtkr-lfopiilalH>n
11* Room 1 \ni \r w

RAE OUT r.imbi in .bs- fcy Isn
Johnvin howltd b] W 1
during tha Setond Tent Match at
flydney cricket ground aa 1
Co.i.oiltdui,-d Pre*. Photo,
Less Than Half U.S. War
Prisoners May Come Back
PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 7.
A Communist newsman suggested that fewer than 5.000
Americans may come hack from Communist captivity in
Korea Communists, so far, have disclosed the names of only
174 American war prisoners. However, the United States!
Defence Department says that 10,865 Americana are missing jSj hot-erva
Corea. "On the basis of any war," said Chu Chipong Chip-
. .1 newsman from Communist China, "you can expect
than half the missing to turn up as prisoners."
General Ridgway also said aha:
Reject New
U.N. Inspection
Programme
PANMUNJOM, Korea Dec. 7
The United Nations have pro-
poaed a new truce Inspection
Programme, and In an abrupt1
about race promised to discuss I
the withdrawal of tn-'
Korea later In the armistice talk*
The Communist). lenlaiivriv
rejected the Three Point U.N. in-.
spection Programme at the tru Ci
Subcommittee, but agreed to study
it further. The Reds also side-)
stepped at least three new separate
moves for an answer to the Allied
request for the apimintmetil Of a
second Bajbeonunittee to begin 11
Immediate discussion ot *
( h.mge of war prisoners.
The U.N. delegation presented
this new truce Inspection pro-
gramme at the afternoon session:
The Armistice Commission and ,
joint observation lean
have authority to ob*ervi- Baal
ground, sea and air ports of 1
entry, and communications
throughout all of Korea an as
mutually agreed lo hv the two
delegations together, win fre.
dom for the above (earns over,
the principal lines of cmiiiHuui-i
ration throughout ill of Korea. (
2. "The Armistice Commission 1
shall have the right of >oint
aerial observation and photo-
graphing over all of Korea.
The
Armistice
the right of the com-
v -, lutmtm ouw:r\'ation of the demlli-'
n Korea, Onlhcbasisof any war, said Chu Chipong Chip- tariud (buffer) zone.
The Communists rejected thei
Iirogranime on the grounds that
I merely was a re-statement of1
U.N proposals.
-If.
it had been indicated fewer tha:.
.VOOO of the Americans listed as
mining in action, may be found
alive In Communist prison camps.
However, Ridgway based his
estimate on what he said was
evidence, indicating that mdjro
than 5.000 American prisoners
have died in Communist atroci-
ties.
He put United Nations troopa
deaths altogether from Commu-
nist atrocities at nearly ,000.
Chu. who is covering the artnls-
Uaa i-Hifrreiue here, reported
that the Communists have com-
pleted the paper work, listing
war prisoners
Hut he indicated thai the saldl
'Ming back information
In an attempt to win further
concessions at the truce talks
He iaid that moat (I.N
ers were being held In Far
Northern Korea. He said that tn*
Reds have issued coats to the
prisoners with the arrival of
freezing weather. Ha added,
"not very good coats, but as
good as we have ouraetrea."
Adenauer Pledges
To Repair Damage 4^nnon Can Fire
Done To Jews Atomic Shells
LONDON. Dec 7
Konrad Adenauer, West Ger-
man Chancellor, answering ques-
tions after a speech at a luncheon
of the Foreign Press Association
said the Federal Government con-
sidered it an ethical and moral
duty to repair the damage and
k*M :> Jewrv l>\ the
National Socialist regime
Adenauer aiked whetl 1
the recent declaration n I
Bundestag in Itonn on '

".....-Inraell retail
Com ma in I crs Douhl
Peace Negotiations
B) I HANK II IIMtriKIIMKW
1 lllin d v........s m Koru
''""'V1-' " "'I" with Ihe
a Mimlai- uaitorn lj at o|.......c uphoMiiu the
lM"%'" '",s"l'l'"" '" Ihfl for which
the U.h nl.-n-.l n. K..1-1M1. ,..1111,11
.......' "Ini.1..11 -xliB, u 10
;
1
-li'-l "f tlioimht ...n-
lh ... ,.
to I-- hnuhl
i'Vh..w ,,d oh sooner
'"' ,ls I . mi .,,,,1
. 'moos
Advocate
Relief lund
The lund for d-stitui.
fishermen has rrrrlvrd cimhI
n.!".!.-. It 1, (,,ll,.
effort f**r Mortln .nv.
"Ill Mill Kllll till' It \\|l 1)1
( IIII III I I II Mill \|M\\ >
who glra scueruu^t far the
benefit ul humanity?
Ohrf N II U and .ax. th.
1.1., ml 1, .inn. Industry, fish
It a *lap|r di.t nid tiutridftu.
In*.
"He glvrth twice who
iiiw-lh quirltlv '. n..|| ,uuf
niiirii.nl 1..11 t<> tin- Uvoeata
Oflhe NOW.

I I
I

Mr. Ji St.- I

f Mr. P <
1
Mr. M i
m ea
Mi a Mi SMwri O
laird
ll*ln II T
i.
Mi a Kb* I) W W.I-
WASHINGTON, Dec. 7
The United States Ai
perfected a cannon lo fun
artillery .-hells, w.neh.
to Army Chief of Staff (I
ready for

tant future. H
the thefts n
..r mili-
tary mii"i
Alnng a
l



The Chancellor replied that' weapons." ; has 01;
wrongs done to the Jew by thai The General ma
Nazis ii heavy moral burden forlonly the atoa
the German people. ___[ thallha^ been proved In neld asja througl
Jke/ tha raoant hurricanec*.
hoi

. ic ivi- mil
It
K
nmiiially
South Ko-
.... ,.
i in- wit!
result in permanent peace any
the, an

if.p.
Full ffembershift
In VM ftr Italy
Suggested
PaUUss, l-c. 7.
Vnrted Nation* Cleneral
\ .. 1 .
.-l ' Rtlon Friday ii. iiulnn '.
u.ity Council lo ..iin ||
ll.il) lo full membership.
Tfie Sovlel I-.....I. in ii,.- past
used tin Beeurlt) Oouncll
bhK'k Kaliiin inr^bership ami
since the Soviet litnr oppotieil tin-
Assembly reaolutinn it appeared
na tvould continue to do d
Bpctieoi I of the Assembly reao-
lUUon .iii'ikhI that Italy already
W a noti-volfng member i.f the
1 leeahlp Counefl aha admin-
I "ul for the Unit..1
National and 011 Ivan full
rahip s*. s#ie ..mid vie
H< IMI 1
M
to li|.
' Konu.....w.-.o,i|i, 1
Although Ihe QjJUn i|.| 1
eatj lo the eapltal cttr, they
! ii..Mi.,'ii.,liv ltalj/s
n-ly -ertoua problem of
lUtJ i.. .- .
completed laid iQontl
pfsktant pi>nlation it
i: 110,000 -an u.creo*..
DVOI lh.. IPM labulallon
Hut even tho-r llguiv ran hfl
II lha whole story.
Ilalv today Is smaller
in IB3I1
U.IS. Kill
175 Reds
BTH Al(\l\ 11 kj Kori

U poaition on tii
I.....t but loot anutber IP
farther eaat.
An Kigh.lt Army eomnuiiitOBai
said thai U .1 snuad..
k a U.N. patrol in a ta-
ut in No Mm
I of Pyongyang on the
Kiont
1 tin- Allie* koiiiiiei -
1.1I captured an advance
bill peajtloa rartaai aaet, Can
' up to twai plal
muk shortly *fler mid-
night nt ilv,. U.N. advance posi-
tions. The attackers were repulsed
points, Irtit the Allies with-
I I"
in
t P
too
Red hh; 15's
Ueuiuin N..iiI.
Of Yalu River
1 in air rosca uv, '
Korea, Dee. v 1
1 iiii.iiiuuut planes remained
norm of the Yalu today, ending
streak of Lb
' 1 in which man.. Red phii.-
1 nocked out of |
nr^t liana in
ian-huUi mk; 15 jets
Kith or thi
Vela, Ilka 0 mam vagne,
lurk.il Wlthlf, !
.
The operational summary to 6 "0
that tactical aircraft of
the Fifth Air F'>n
live sorties through low-hnnsflng
clouds and rainstorms. -IJ.P.
Police Colonel
hilletl In Riots
tkiikka:;. rjar. .
Teheran Radio announead lo
I'oiii. Cosooal Nouruhad,
' 1 died from wound.
ycsteiii.i ....
i d National fri
"bo qImi staled that th-
ailat partisans of pe 1
to bare held a bum
1 '.. had lo-
ll the I'ohre that thi
1 ories CJo im ing
Crettit Formation's
tin it Hi Service
Bj J V( K pox
LONDON. D
' liutchill and n.
i.i Of Mu-
ll. Ith Ben lea tiiat gives
dice] Briton.
11,11111 credit lm 11. Thai
tha an rone who
. ii'liill will
1 nn.licihv ui

"'. it has beaeaM .in
Hi ot ttntish ,
1 burchlU would dare
led to.

was under in. wartime Gov-
.1 plena were begun.
now that he is Prim.- M
agam. iha Conearvatlvea will
.rlttclaed about
Health Mil Urtei I rsasta Harry
(1 -*shank plans diu-lng the long
aril men far* recess to study
iim whal run be done.
Since the programme began In
Julv 1MB. estimates of costs have
had to be reetaiil dneaeally, 1
r.r.
bad 1

CzechoHlovakia Will Not
Be Another Yugo8laviaM
Premier GottwaM
VIENNA, Dec 7
CZECH : Klernenl Oottwald
aid ihut r. siannky. Uw ex-Secret.ir. (.. ..
lovaklai 1 wae arreated while preparii
the aid of agents of the Wcnl-
ulata."
;ide Una duclnsure in a major speech ,i
eeting Ol tha Party's Central Committee. At the
thai Slanaky, who was ajreated on
2D. had Iw-en pxpelltJ from tha PJ'
Party |ku.
Jarriiilalausoiliuva Tausigova,
his "accomplice" and a member
of the Central Committee had
iil-i been arrested and expelled
from the Party on charges of
aiding Slansky in his at)
overthrow the Communist re-
gime.
Russia Fa vour
Cum promise
$6M. APPROVED FOX
BUILDING SCHEMES
I'AfUS. Dec. 7.
ippnread Friday the
mrcstad by United
i Peg
'
I
. imarAanl deadlock.
Is speech. made to
ttU-e yesterday,



tkia *ill not be
it u beUev. | v
. ( .
tha Party has been
established, and that two new
had been appointed to
the Politburo.
C.P.

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..' rvfereqec.
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aisnsbip and long
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PAGE TWO
I1AKBAIH>S ADVOCATE
SATIKI.U 1.1. I Mil
CwuJb galling
SIR HONAIJ> CAHVI
eroor of British H
and Lit. Stj in Bai -
^i ill hi *i.i c
I
W.-l Win Commander E*.-
glHshl Uirwlor of Ch

Armelrong. on behall
l

Cocktail Party
'i'

HI V>
IMH on TnuiWav
ol lhv Ilnti-ih B

lmir< House.
included
Mr. Phil.,
ullcce ui
* Indies, Mr. i i N
\s

nnd W.
A v>
Spent M lh* Rum* IIIIIVeM II, ..till
out amnriK Ihc t*
vitin on the various aspect* ol

Mr. A ('. Jot i'
delegate* on behalf <
uados Ekvii) r.t . School
..nti Mr. It
Union of Tend" i i
f the Union while Mr. n if
ion. Dii.
i'-plied roi tf"
Local I i urting m-
tluded: Miss May Cl.uk.-. Mr
I
Ruby Walktr. Miss, V. Carter, Mini
Kntd M
Mm Efflc Alleyne, Miss M. W..1-
.-ott, Miu Ercil Gsborn.
Taitt. Miu Alma Pan*, Mn
(.wen Winter. Mrs. Beryl Vaughanl
Mr*. F. Dear, Miss N. put. Mr"
C B Jackman, Mr. C. G. Rcidi
Mr. G. A. iratbwalte, Mr.
Chase. Mr. George Werner, Mr.5
Shoe-makers Come To The
Aid Of The Party
as. t.HKCX \S. HOI I
Party shoes have never haj
pretUar. Taey are jewl-rtacki till .-. i.vuU.1 u *> louaeholda
ir have encruited rn-ei* Pump* all over the cow
ere raade of delicate crsjehet m> I

liabaa designs. ,nk ma from Mi* P. i
I odeMOe aHppen giv* the >.. Bodletejl i i.mi, sheet
-iPl>-sartnr*-.,f aphirtei.-ii gl;."
in b> IxhjhM plain or coIh. I Offculrr* Devoi
or KM l.. inal.r. a -la-cial fiui ,. ,h | ,| i M I here ..re .1m mutch...* ha.Mlto.ji* A|.:
n... _. \ eri*d in blue threads
s............ .'
pumpswhich can be dyed to m.. m.wcr ( lic-t
your frock.
rietty ..11-.lay .sh.**, which efta FVear c-iionei hour s i
at. on io .i cocktail party or out to I nd of Skye. cornea a linen sheet
'linrnr. era made of Bishnrl Beard id lace-trimmed pillow case be-
in bright Jewel shade* f topaz, l""ging to hii ancctreea Bosa-
nd ruby. it .nid Swire, who was born m
The more graceful halter strap "3* *od workrd this linen eet for
has repl.urd tin- old-faahlo cheat, inliroldertng
raj
Chiistmas shoe new* Includes Mr- Norman AhlcU. f Alford.
slipper* for children ' ,l11 "ae, a !"* deraaek
i-illed "Puddy Tat" and "Rudolph <"" .loth, which marked m
the Red-Noeed Reindeer' nnd gift ,,lk Charltt 6th Lord Ma/nerd.
Ixixes of velvet or brocade, mute*. ,T"'
For the woman who like* to
UoM Leather preaerve some of the b-fl':tics of
Party feet Idee* from New York "M ''"><" hoiwekeepinif.
for the Cbristmaa aeeaon incluyjB I" *hij have InrUab and
i -.id leather shoes, hand-toOsaV "' " r a m '
i permanently pleated nvlorT "",rk'"1 croBB-sUlc* Charles
kmea, which give a perfect At arr rcavm-bl.'. nnd It U
B.IU;. Radio
Programme
BATTROAY DKCXMBK
- Th Nw.. II 10 p m
0U !. Thr is p i. Th
' o m ....
W It m
Tumi.
*r 111


1 . 7 M . rek,

1 iwm ,m, n


e " lUrfM
ti* ran
' .
1 V
Kicphaniinc Meals
Ct VRII. Mil i -
a it cost* about a 10s
.. day to feed aa elci ;
/ eati erm.nd a MM of hau a
crlc aad 'rni[ and
lee -ach toy
Lleee. rating IS-lllb. W aene-
sneal. cset abaat II a day U
keep
Dolly bill for a chii
nil ll CI
Before the war. when the
i* hMacrnaal : U> i to arrtve,
A ft cak
1 re invisible In wear
VY .'. U'.rniny
kin Kill II DKAM1 aw ..( Km '..mprtiurv Hho look aart In
thr (Mriit I ill... it.. Mil., fasj iii Hi. QrMfeaaaal at Ihc I uhlhi-
I....... I*"" Idl tl in- m i It put Hie last cup <>l uatrr Into her
kfj I In ..cut m..- srari t>. l lliana ll>klns h ..n the
i:rri.ir.it number of iwinl- h Udv at ll" l .Miikli.uu
a what this touch ran I
aiincar-iMirf Otfifty linen.
IM-Year Sheets
Housewives who worry ovs
SSSSS&'S. SJrjatv-sra
i. wl Bid JUKT. ot Ihe d.y ,.,ru* to the ReUlI Tndlni
lion bclde'i trounrau lincii sina.rd, Aaodilloi ot rr.
-tod nor all tho day* of nor It/o. ( rooil drinking u much u two
Trinidad Lady Barritter An Appeal
B a .Miis. uiiMi. t^ii- 'i- i fni, mmi
TLNS juil iu^k b*V I Kund an
'iic for any voluntary
ucksiiijtli. duuuhU'i ui Mi. Iku- gift, lll(,i nteinbora of tin- nubile
nil... luunith Manatini; Hi- .,..,v ! willlni to donate.
.rinidad. udmitted to practise as .,_,, _- M_ ,. .,,, .h .,
' .m-or air. . |i Allsirjiiy whn iv ill
barrister in the courts of that ,.,,,._ ,< ,.,.,. .t,,,,,. ,, ,.i, h ,(
a o cruel
. Mm pees? II"."" IM|1"'- .
.k place m Port-of- A'iy donor rtnding It didlcult to
Third Suiirvme Court on *cnd ^fXT. donetlon are asked to
--ivwmber h. ,-"1 Mr. Allamby (Dial 22Sii
si Lakst the same evening Mr. ""d turangements will be made lo
Mrs. TceluckJlngh give a *-"Hecl same,
karaa ..-ktml party at their c. -. ,,
m honour -rf then daugli- 3IX Month*
bich Mr, and Mrs, Glttens AAH MRS. JACK. MESTlt.ll
' '>^" irl of st Kins aic planning
"""K thai b i In ., ,* months visit to Trinidad
is who Is ,uit after Christmas. They ex-
Carlbbean peel to arrive there on Decem-
Ud. look the oppoi- her 27th Mrs. Meatier is the
Mt P, Mr. ti. Hurley. Mr. C. V. S. BalIt-
Mr. S. I. Smith. Mr. CM
Mr. John Belle. Mr. Wilkie Com-
berbetch, Mr. Hugh Thome, Mr
Bart Moore. Mr Fred Ph
E. E. Lorde and Mr.
licll.-.
One Month
MR. AMD MRS. Baal
and bal IMtll dauglitci J>
niter arrived from Si. Vhium
Thursday by the Lady Kudu
They are In Barbados loi
month's holiday. Mi. I
ben m Us< Intaraat of his haaltb.
They are staying with Mr. andj

iney re Bu.yi.itf wiw mi. wnu ((K(| p.,....,,,,
M, Moaoly , !., K .
Tuinilv uf signing contract*".
ifrVartou^ film COgBMBlei including
hi.-
!iad two
uf Trinidad.
For Trinidad Racee
M"-.
J,TTTtt.7 ,t u" l?HOiJH MdBV, Franklo Durr
OH To Grenada 'a*..HBJ Mjgjl J L .,,,, C I.....k.....
KEN AULACK, Bnw.. -, 1B ^v^.ljlH ,,,.,, u, ... ..,*,, 1 imciaU Turf Clubs I hrtitrnis
that Mr. Rani " ,i,i"" '", Uui A the
' ll expected that Mr. Haves wil
utlng Olllcer In the Eastern
Caribbean who hiui bee.
bad os for it few day
the British Caribbean Regional contiii
Educational Conference having Wtmu.-i
diarii'Sions on Educational broad- pi'vivusJy -rraiiawd
Christmas Holidays
morning by B-W.I.A. for G
lilt i-itii (iinm iivi'i lo II iilKirlns tn. tltiBt' "*' **"
m, m Bjr- S3bT5 tb.TS Barbaric At * ' "! pajjah
> attendinit 'r;., i7 ;7.r "*" ,.,,, ,ca.on last month, he had
Fit ss%2 -"" "...'";s.s cv -
Talking Point
. M. P'. ( IIAUL.KN ol
M
Majority
^UORITY of the
He 11.m
MMf aijl.-
Ittth lo be cmiaenl
futih a ureai
Mai a aa a 1 aa*rva#v*W ** nvaanr Ifajara ar V' "
TnnMM *lw was hoUdaylni ((IIfc; (,, rha| ^ ..y^. ^,^04 ^,
twenty- ttlltl ,ir" PaBM Mr. Ud Mm ,} public.
Francis Bad
Rupert and lite Lion Rock47
four uassengen* leaving *> vi..ic <>. mm
htawvU yesterday for Tnimi..^ ,
.. ,. .... -, I etaO- 1 "i> it...in. Incidental Intelligence
dien returning home for ChriBt-' spend the Chi .day* with -vIFFEKENCE between the tax
mas holidays. h.r husbands \J ,.,,ii,vtoi and a highway-
Other passenger on the same su.- kg the wife f Dr. Charles, man, says the New York Jour-
lllght was Mr. M. E. It. BOttTfl Officer of Health Arimu, nai American, is U1.1t ono has u
Barbadian turfite. |; Tunniad. now aticuding a coune licence.
L.E-S.
R.E.C. Meeting
Opens Thin Week
The ihird meeting of tin- He
gomal Economic Conunlttee wll
be held at Hustings House duiin
the wccK u-guiiung Monda:
December 10. The follow am in
. x,i- 1 h d I" ..tund:
Barbadea: Mr. 0. II. Adams
1 1; Hon. Sir John
Saint, ('Mil Hon. K. it. HunU
Mi it. 0, Leacock and Mr. E.
s s. BuifO (Adt 1
BriUsfa nuUna: Hon. W. J
.
British llonilurj-*. Mr. A. Ci. T
Chaplin. tOI Jamaica; lion. I). II. Saugklcr
(Mambar); Hon. Sir Hobert Bar-
ker. Hon. |; W. Yastngmtn, lion.'
HUM fclrkwood and Mr. J. U.
1 \ \\ kaera).
Antigua; lion, it
(MeininM. Ml E. Scott Johnston.
(Adviser).
St. Kitu -Nevis: Hon. B Brad-
shaw, (M<
MoiiUeeral: Mr. D. 1
(Mambar),
Trinidad; HOB. A. Gumea,
(Msjtnbar); Hon, H. E. itoblnaon.
(Adviaer). "
OrtaasssV Hon. J. B. Benwlck.
(Member).
St. LerU: Hon. C. A. lUaubrun,
(Member).
St. Vincent: Hon. 11. E. Bay nan,
(Member): Hon V. I>. Archer.
(Adviaer): Mr. A. Muclcod Smith.
(Adviser f..r Windward Wanda).
Among other matters to be con-
sidered at this meeting will be
Dm gppl, itioru winch h.,\. \-->
received for posts of BlMUtl**
<;. i ratal t i "" fsi i *anl s< ratal i
lo the Commit' 1
loner and Assistant Trade
i
dom.
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:iiifacturers migh' nrafax
an extra gam
"ill of malarial and trust tc
luck on shrinkage.
The association, who recenUv
persuaded the Board of Trade to
tiflUen the -i|>eeiflcationa for ra!n-
'hs. ifi now pre
a "relaxation shrinkage'
b. introduced for rainwear.
All-Purpose
A MJUT. NATES, of Miami, tea.;
told by her druoouK thei there
has been a long>itandlnu n.n-
loJvc on her two pretcnptioKj
Fi*r over a year she has been
(.inki'if; poonsful of hair
tonic and mbblatf hee scalp
i.iih rncdlclna. Iteporie Mrs.
Males 'Borh rcialls were pood
Mniru'iy."
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ANII
MY IIAKI.IN'i; CI.I.MI NTINl;
Victor MATURE :o: Linda DAHNH.I. ,.: Honrj KONDA
KldaPll 6, Houa 12. Bal. 18: Adult.I'll 10, Houac 16. Bal. 24
A Ihrlllln* story ol Daaaa Sam1. I'ndrrM.trr t oimn.ont.>
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HOW
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AND
and Continuing te Tt'ESDAY
Columbia Double - -
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51. i:\ii.i
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KI-YSTONE
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SATURDAY, lire I mrkr 8. I dr. I
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PAGE THREE
T Thm IHnf, o/#i#t.#/-ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER
1951 ANNUAL EXHIBITION PRIZE LIST
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P Mai
CUi>r.
. Ward...

ana C I W
*teng Unkalt
< HHMl

Ad..i-
Rl M- ILRI B..*i
Ad-li Cngju 0 I W Clarke
Yeung Cock- a L Or**!

of one Breed iW K.-m- tl I. w
CMl
Be-i Bied VoM
King) W. I) Warden
Deal laa | ba| Homer.
I am on* f la- m-.pt A O O W I)
Baal Ia, i a K mi mi
0 U W. Clark*
Bral Tniii of S YOU** i I
t My onr colour o on* Breed ~ O
" Chute.
Be.I Ad till Pia-n.n nth.T
OBI SI
rvrtra-uai Silver Cmik-.L,. cup. praam* a*"ing th. i
ad by Th* Barbadua Pigeon Club HBMi at ihr Gxukliana
for In. beat Mm n' buda if am] ..tw Won by Ml Dranc ll.wfcm.
c~.li.ui i>l on* btfrd. No. Tl. Cup pr**ent*>l bl th* Baiba-
Won by Mr O L W Clark* doe Agricultural Socte'y. t>. the Genii*
>i A Perpetual Out Urns* Cup IPS* MUM Ih" gr.ai.-l numb*, of
' by Th* IUilnd-jt PbJlBR Chlfe P" "i.ina
la**, -For the Bel Dred | IW by Mr La* Dean.
No II Cup. preaented hy id* Barba-
Won by Mr D Wafdcn doe Agricultural Sort.
I areetrat numb*! of point. In in*
B 41 A r-erpetual Challenge Cup. I'hiagrcn.- ciaraee. -i ih* Oynuaan*
iraranled b> Th* Bar bad*. Pigaon dub Mm Knlv Parker
IM To. Ih* Beat Y.ung Pa.r>nfcg." __
Wgn by Mr H M. Raeti ABTISAN WoUl
No 4.1 A Challenge pup. peeaamled aa. "
bv Th* Barbado. Pouiira- A'-ocialion fur. Timmith*" W-i'k tall
i .., b*ar in* u.ivtmnv.r.1 .la. m. A I...
Won by Mr l| M Roeti Ahai-wlra Wilb*rt
N., 44 A Challenge Cup. prraenlrd *'
by Tha Barbado. Pigeon Club i]f3*i lor Forging in Iran not rrmhinrd of filed
th* barn tram of 4 Young Rating Hum- -Gerald Mgei
rr. roui att-U- in woort A.
Won by Mr D Wanton. M..-HI
I t*g 41 Silver Challenge dp. pl*. Aithu.
wiilad by Mr.r. L R rl. a. C A. v.....
Humphrtr tor ih I?' (otiM Radpc doiph Mix-ril
IMN
Won by Mr C A Ilumihrrv bar! Havrv-
CMakakta Ci-P t'lrarnlad
lUtba
Firtiit* .
Pattrrn 'i"im C
n rolour
I ,
WIMlIt KM \l N
!>. i' -' .-

...
HI* l*-<*an
PU.tieln* A.
MM laWta
Ml- Maantl-
SIWll WoiK Ada Kill.
h.. in Si*.! tarMirl i
R*4 M kl Artitleiai I
inan ) in any xwiirr..l | Uar
LmpBhadr V
I <* W "H.rtiiBjr..
A *lal rrtl* al UN a.ul
' ih. Dailu
W> and aimk Hi..
Ho 1 A r*>a.laal I ha...... .*
. iMM i- fka Ba Mai i-n I al
CkaMtar
Wo A aaaalal Prkta al b*aa will
a> ard*d la Matnban at m* Harb..

m tor the IW.I tea
* I hall*..* f ..|1 |
I I
ii. .l'i~l
'l> had
< a Hurphray.
A HutnpKtai
rnaaaaea Uahi
i A llua.be.iav.
lull na*a> C A Mianuhi*.
C V llumphr.1.

ACINd HOatK .l.raH. Urea!
To Study | co.l. s*iii itisi.,-
WorktagBOf]
Marshall IMan!
InUi

OTTAWA. D^. S
10 of the story of liviny:
SI reads pr*t>
as the precpdin.- chjp-
Irajpart n
1 >. Bureau

. tug index
rensef! by 'our rtfihs or s point
f
.
Lll > am Thr indfx had
KLa out- Jump after another.
, points from 175 2 in
1 >>r January The bigg**! inrrras*-
-
a and will I
.
Pjraoikc I ill rJtey
" PARIS, De*. 6
'"'* tan ITimc

I
On IhU trip, he will 1 .iiicu-won .
iRlnaliy
...s vwrtout |iiuli- inU'iided ir.ivmn France "" wB*T


A
Ha ii Jap*

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Rull. A

tell I yrata and
indrr
. Hha

10
Pnullly AmHH
<" A H
K Cork Ci I. W Clarke BM, to* Ih* kl pair of Yaf Slodana,
ma Karlna Homer mi Show -- of one colour
Won by Mr W T. Warden
PRKIM DM K*
Dr..r <1 C i
0 urbin
naov/i n rums
II Hill
i rarte
Ynunii ih Ryl.ll Arif.ui
U( It >KI t
M A
M
.. Cliall.iur Cup. prreri
by Tha Barbadoa Piaaxn Club i by Ml C A Humphrey
Parkin. Memorial Challensi
Cup A Parpalual Challcng* Cup pi*- '
enied by tha Barbado. Poultry AMO- *"i
lABIStl M.ia WUKK
Wardrabe Oeura* Harm
Oininaj Table Huih Walratt.
"- ''- Ci i . ..I . Qiaraj
11-r.i.
Dmalna Table C.eoii. Ham.
Hiaeb-aid HuBh Walco"
iH.aaional Table Hush
T;ulla> ir T*a Tabbr <* ar Harm
tL".
tl kSAIKTl -M IHiN
l) Olbba.
Nrary Hr.r*.
I A Murray.
Onaia i .-i-
F*m s. A. Murray,
. .. :i ,\,
a\anT.-n-mi.k tilant.
i C. A. C
Youna Buck -- (- A Oreaiiida*
Due C. A Ureenldae
I Doa C A
Wtandoii. I AlU-yne.
Jaraay C.l..,l. ilarali
tin !. 11 I
Mararaaa M 0 Alley na.
* H 11 All......
n* beat kVally bred Youn*
Run l
Won by Mr a I. W CUrkr
No 41 A terprliwl Challefuje Cup.
piaaanled by Mr I. I W CaRttM for the
l**tl team of fl Youna Clillly Bint, of
any colour, of one bread
Won by Mr fl I. W Clark.
A Challena* Cw- --- fc- >
baa* Youruj Ply.,.,.,
Member. Claaa
Won b> Mim P
laavrfe t aaara
a*"'
i pun Hush
Chaira lealed with ruah o( >cr*
II Brail..
IRIM HIT ASH KMITIM.
I i-ira and under 10
Sm Ctkea rp. Pavaafi
Halle... lyon -nd under
Manntny
C.- *a iki Hi

M-pinln*
Mannma
Claaa aOraaM RtaaMataa
MMfrra. mar inolria >
I raaa li.iU.!., Dairy IjJ
Muter. \ v^.,, .,a .,naei
Ltd
I ,... ...I ,.*-.
iAd.
illiair lay pr.wtilirt

.-ad. to main bar.
Ina Barbado. n*irv and at.*-a t>ier Aawr,ali.Hi for lha Be^l R*atrrrd
haa
I
ira* by Mr L Olbaon
1I..M.ph.*t.
v ll ..| l.l. .
h*n> W |. ..
a.4 i a.-a.red
hen. Mam. A It l.i.
A Hunt*
are Mr. A S Pankhural. Unfaar-

I
' K del.
lelaitaCaa lo tin
a nee group of tha OHaB
I 10 >un-
rla .in aiao afMUng mall ii.-u-

I
il the tody art-
thfl Marshall Plan
|
.i-.-ided tu wait
IT.
SUGAR TALKS
SATISFACTORV
i .nNnoN. Do-. 4.
h M.w-r lUMiia*
,ing this
, ,e proceeding
yrryoottuy n t arotlali-i p..rtio<. ara
till dbruialng the final detail--
An.iti..-. o-aeUng wUI bt held pro-
Tl m i

f Hi* Ita.
Baaeh nreerler.' Aw>

II Ta.rl
No II '"> < b.ll.rii. ( aa pr.
wn-ed 111 '
Barbarlo. Ibii

Hi J
Crorhet Tea Cloth Mi.
rfl ov in* Crr-hel Supper Cloth Mr*. L M.
for th. I
A.m-ibi* HoijahoJd article* in fine crochet or
crochet and linen auch a* D'oyleya ,%
II _Flau- il..yl*>.. |l Tl
id ii* ii j a
* Ivrr Cha1l*nae Cup. preiawited Oibm! To'-------
by Menara H Ja>on Jon*. Ar Co. Lid. 'Fab*' runner or (. | M. ii
local aa.nt. fur Ral.t.m pnna Faed*. Ward
lor the be.l Adul- F.m. Pi.-..n Drawn (bread In hi.i.hold ai|Kla
Ml W D Waidn. Pra ..
<*>& Silver Challena* Cup. pierenl '*'. Lunch net. el< H A lea<..;. r
ad by Maeara. ii jaxm Jonea A Co. Ltd, (Jarnvani in Diawn ihr.-i
Vical aaent. for Hal.ion Purina Feed, for Heavy linen Draa.. odite. a*> v
lb. l.| Adul* Plae.ni on ^u* other Ullcvelt.
Finlanad artirla) In Fine drawn fhnrad

pre,
by Mr. O L. W Clarke


In
l.lbern

.rleai
While l-ili.in il.a.ali
0.1 Hill.
''M Mill
li. F II K.ua
Pullet. II v.
I-I,ea>...lh Rack. n.ri.4 I
It. All.tr
I. II Poatai.
I aVMl I riii.ii
i hi.i. _
Pullet.
I HI,li \
I ,.
o ii K na
Knitted aamttnt or Shawl Ch.ld .
Mb-i-m. Waatharhaad
oca* in wool, .ilk .ii Ihrewd
Mr. K KiHu.lU
Knlllcd K.--k-. Children > In Ik ,>e
ihraad i
IHvlalan la -IIUITKI I.f I'M;
I'enlaa Mr. K Nlrlioll.
Saivla Victor Maxaon.
BuaJVjwrrB Mlaa E. Shepherd.
Tlthonla Mr*. O Si.rvlt
K Mar-hall
J It All.
Alla>n.

th.,.. (i
It r Marthall
Uhl Bread A
E Da-h
Beat Locally Brad Cockei.l J II
i diet, LiRd Hicl A N
ii i h .i nan
SB.ml. I.am*
. I Marahall
. i

Pullet. F. O. rUmaay.
Wkll* ar BUit f.aaa*
He.,. K t.ianum
RIkI luri.l.d *' Uaaae
D. II B O'rfaal
Cockei.l. C D Marahall
Mb'a I flan..
II. II H B O'Nral
l> II B O'Nral
Paputsta Oaaaa
.i ii -

Poebwlai tlaaai
I
A ii i uaaa*
n A B o-
s O. COB.
Pulirt- I v. caaj
|M| lt,r..t^ a*a Raa
ltd II N l^-ai
N la, A an.er Ch.illent> Cup n-
prraented b nlatlun for
the beat ohibil ol ausar can*.
Won hv Turner 11-11 Plantation
Chai!
i
aaaree, i<> lha ..iibn..i ohtaimni tne
rrataat number of point. In th* Field
Cbnm
Won bv Caatlt- Orjnt Planlallon
.' a special Pravj "f HOOtt
aai.le.1 bl Hi. Uaih*doa Alricullural fcaniaa Mlnialure Mia> E
-"- I" lha Manaan 4 Ihr Plandiliun hard
... i,.ir i'..- Varletv and Quality of t.mbita tor .urh A.O.V not apaeifled above n -V
Vryi-bi are arown in ihe rwid l*axok and Victor Maaaon
lcal Pood Pradurtloii Laia4t Variety of Flow.ra ..n* ipacl.
ntrol Order. ISt) H
P B Walker
A Kparial I'm* of (6 o* pr
h Barbadoa ABIcull.in
. in* Man'R.r of th* Planl-n
Rjinina tha nast number of pom'. ,
. .1 Quint I leXhll '
V*et-blM a. ar* grown In Ih* PM
under the Local Food Produ.'i..
"i.i >*), No. :
Won hv lha Mana|er. M
* John.
A Perpelual Challange CUI
iraeaeiited U. Ihe AgrlCulluial loekBl]
- .ibltor obiainlni the gi.i.t.-
numuer of poInU In Ih* Oai .
cu-
Won by Mr B. W Bratl wait*
- Sinn.nl I'm. i
Silver Spoona prawnlad b> Hu Bacal
i blaming Ih* maatral iiurnbor of poll!
I V.(.table Claaa
' I W Brathwalle
'"- P" '
ii*-. 1fired.

roai n..ik.ir. Lad
I year aitd u.-.dr. I ypaya-
Bnlkrrr' Lid

J.r*B Vauiif
Cow. aa per R,,l. 10 Bulk.I*. Ltd
Cow. aa pet H 1* II n i
(la., -(.lad' \.hir>.
10 HU Dal.%
11 Hill. Daily
(taaa (iradea >la.k al Mi. Ht"4
i .i
ll \ v
Bull. Bc*f Tii- I tart" or over-
> -.
i iraea R.n
ii in under I year-
two laetl.

A 1 hallr-I' <
dale la ni.ti
Oa baBaa Da ...t st.- in., v,.
i.. tM laoth

Mi a.
A 9t aa.** u.
hleapkl ^m P'.rheaVn
V Braa ). A.,.. k%(J t.n th.
1 K .1
......) Mr It Tint
x -,. .i Pear* af ti aa aa
h. n.ih.,,w
raa >. i ii., n,

H A MaiahalL
|1 i |

Aaamiattnn or lha Beat



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ii. R I) Ward.,.
Cot Re. li Waiilin
li
. .. k 11 I
In.. It V
I
li
... I,
iDafeneai
\ i .
No U
aen led by
HIM' ! Ul I I-
iqoet RiM-a. all one co
fetM Mr. J Cunn.ll
it- i>i n.i ,i| .. t 't. N ii Baa ra
Earlv Vietnrtan Houeurt Mm. J<."
-hadille Bar.r
l-.liir I aBaylllt.n
turned out lain* In
H Sart-ant ,4.

K.h.lll.
,, at Aad i..
lor Ihe Ue.t
of age. born
vrr
rrrarleal thalleai*

,,n Ih* I.Und of I
ii..-d aii-
. aa
. kalleac* I ar
other than
,ned
chkdai Mia* K
I.
.. Humphre
Carrlngtm
ITeaentaU"" Ba.het of FVo'
i aMI .in. .. i
Dl'1.1.., la-HOtlTII I I.TlSf
Dendtukium Pnalaanopala Mlaa B
Dendrobiuni rhalaenop-1. achruaderi-
Miaa B Chatter)-
fe)
re la. a
beat P..
Color, i,
hrj Caatle Grant PUnUtli.n
-
li. ...
Nn-hoiu
i.. .1.. arts
m..-. .
Hunle
Cockerel B.
Coajhl
I
li, ll it r O'Neal
.
<.tn..b () ar. A.O.V. Baary Oai
K
K D Webater
Hen. K D Webat-r
Pull*!. K D Weh-ter
iw-.t TUN Cam* C. A. Humphrey
Ml III I
Mo A Perpetual Challenge Cup.
prevented by the Sugar ESporten for
tha beat exhibit >,f Dark Crvaula Mugar
Andrew* Fa-Urn
Ko 01. A Parpalual Challn* dp.
praaentad by the Barbatfoa Agnciltu.al
^.K-i I... Ihe b' .'.in ..I F-M-!
Malaaan
Won li -nrt> Lan* ractory
S'O B> A Special PrUe of (WOO pre-
amlad by the Agnruilir.il Sort for
th* bail Cake Icing Ulapl..
... I. mim V Dacam,
No SI A Special Prlrp of liun) or*.
Baby'a Boolla* or .ho In .Ilk. Ihread Benin! I th* AfrKullural SotkHy for Ski
taaVJ II - Collin. -he aerond beet C-He lemg diaplay
Kj 'tmg nnhhad article Mra. y,o.i i. Mlaa V Daaaion
A E Armatrona St A Knitted Sweater or Pullover In allk b. ,he Aptcullural ItrMi to. the next
Mlaa Holllnaed Met Cake li-mg diapla.
w-nh plnln aewlna. nemmnui Won by Mlm M Wo.-iw.rd
nnd tucklruj .Handwork. Mib. L. Ko e A am*. Challenge PUt*. pr*-
.. aanlad by Ihe Canadian Bank of Com
aurm.nt In rawing, r-arhfiie ^ eahlbltnr winning the flr.i
ueh liDtra. Bhin. Boy'a >' aa .. > ,n Better romptlttion
Mr. E. Deane wpq b* Mr. T. H raimer
Oarmant with Smocking Ma I- No SI, A Perpetual Challenge Cup.
i lady Bobeitaon. re-praa*ntad by
- beat aalubit of
ornamanlal plaasa

Ainpliat.m Madam* Hill
Papilk) Mr J Sliiicw.ii
Mia.
' '..... i It- ' '

RpaUloglotli. Spacie- It B Ban.
AO.V not -pruned above, am
C P On.,.1
Three apecimen. of th* ram* Gene*
MOIltLS AND TOYS
iintciural Model-to arakOaorga
Seal* Model-mainly In vm
Wartaag i, .-t.i .., i
ardlng
Wooded Toy not otherwia
Bay Street boy.' School
DoUa ^>- Palru-.a Schor.l
- i i pirsi
ii... a
Modelling In an-
I Fo-ter
rim avd t mMM
Parpatai
ptewnted I
i laa |kg u.' l>, i -. in tha Show
.ired by a I- Brad te "
.1 Bf Chai..|l..
No 3. A F-ia'lal t batten.. I .|.
wnil by Ml W A Ye.iw.od. now pr.
pra (or iht- beat anlm-i und.-r
.

C W aprlnaar.
i \ pirpataal CteBia Cap,
H i phre. lliuiiio
i ih* bait
Milah Cow bred in Barbod...
Mi r. c inn
*.. i A r.rarla.l CkaaVeaae fag
k. ."
. M V. li Wa.-I.i,
>'.- Ghaaharad e. i..-.i
k.a t tiii.ni .i I...4 -ii....
-ar. i i.."..I r l-.-J Blaa.

.....
D iVar,l*i,
It Braa... II.I- ai ( h'.h.lrg
I c- It M
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. Warden.
D -
iMi-iiami i LAiaat

Nihl.x-
a n. I -l...r
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YOU CAN MAKE YOUR ENGINE
.-'
si:u niwiM
t
. r^ "' <
... when you use
CASTR0L'
MOTOII OIL
IMPkRlAI I I \ I IIP J*
I HYaU 's'
Plain Nradlewofk lUnder 14 paBBa
... Olria' School.
Pochette or Bag of any kind Ml
D Phllllpa
Hag Rug Mia. Tubia Harbin
........An. ar...le in
Bg not Miherwl.e claaa
Mra N B. W..
K.xhihilioti Special Priiea
No. M A Parpalual Challeng* Cup
l'.,..ia.on Dc.lera.
I.ld repr*-n'al .- of Th* Oiiaker
maker- of Full-O-Pep Feed..
lor the beat pan of Fowl.
Won HMi HE Marahall
Arihur Memorial C p A
No. gl and a> Two Bifeclat I'riraa af
I100U and eSOO rr.pecli.*!. oreaantad
Stkea Brn.. Lt.l repra-
f Meaara. Q S.mnebo*tl ea
Co l^indon. rwanufact ir*. ,.f th- well
known Ja*a I I-
and aecond oral POL1
I I'ltNlTCRF.
'Ml Hugh Walcotl and Mr.
Hubart Haynra raapacUvelv.
N aa. A Perpetual Challenge Cup.
rrr^ited bv Mr R N W Ottlefti. for
No TO Cup |
byj Agnulli.i..
hibll
II. i I
um tetepfy.
ingle diktillrd Rum, col.. .
It ..... niannla. t..t. We-I India
I
Double di.tille.1 Re*i prrwnl year.
R m Nefln
Single or Double dia.llled i
mired. M.lined and bi.lllen la M.r
chant, for Hourah'ud V* Th* Re-
4 Co
Single or Doul I trnm, Col-
...ir-d. Matured. Blended and BotlWrl
H .iiaahold Ua* H
1 Km C
Ijqueur Fale-ni.ii. In.* *. Co
Comtrercial Falamum- Martin Doodv
V.'////-'.'// ^-e-,','/',-.', W,"SS*VS**#*S*W********MW**t
FERGUSON tractors
WITH THE
FERGUSON system
Thr frlmi, of both the small and Large Plantation Owner*, "like
of which Is only a fraction of that of
a full "Track" T;
S3.ia5.oo
does an nmailng job of Ploughing and is at home t-jhci in the
m tlif road.
I < famous Tractors are also becoming increai*
Ingiy popular here and arc doing fine work.
hi you to Inspect Ihii truly woiyderful machine and
. you ploughing, haul-
ing, manure spreading, grass-cutting or what j
Children grow up
strong and healthy
on
irol
COURTESY
GARAGE
ROBERT THOM
LIMITED
Agents
Virol providM ad the easen
tiaJ ingredient! thai growin/
children need. It U 4 highly
concentrated health food lhal
helps huild atiajng bones,
geood teeth and starrdy limb,
y-liikJTen Ittve the Savour of
Vuol and oecausc tney a I
way, take it willingly Uiey
get the uunmt benefit from
lU goousacaa
THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS.
ttKx
co<* ...
ilf
t*IM\+.i
!.-.*.'-*.-----.%
n.. tHj.' My fe.iinriiI \m}\n lacf. if th* vary.tau.ca.of foB**(Jiii;
MM tupply So. foe. ara Nitlt'i. Milh;il|nei fcy;Naulg.tii.-nilk of
unvarying ricellance. itlgctad and prgpirgd. undo <*.- mitt eiactiRg
cona.i.on. of moogafi tiygian*. guarantied by >" ngent.*bH>.'a.ba.QJ.jhdggjuby
gunty. Ngiilt 1 now offer pew

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I-AC. I lull;
IIAHBAIMIS AllllKATi:
SVTlW)\\ III i I MRKR . 1S1
Barbados^ mvmi ItAMaoWhoKnewSo]lfoch| NOBODY'S
couldii i lirt'Jik ''' hiiiisrh' DIARY
f.----------1-------------........f-----------i
Saturday, Dec Baler K 1M1
WvrliiiiraI iI< n aion
THE i

the Gov-
ernor '
Barbados has pli number



disCUS-
riom Certah&lj v. h tarUngton
had to say or thu Mibject <>f vital import-
ance would have mtere,ted a far larger
nhtoa.
People who wranl tat hnica i
theilLSClves ami tin.i eliiklien |.....
any number thai the politicians fondly
taaghN, Hut their VOtCM luive s., far
been drew i i | ihose who
have a vested ir ;. i; as
lIlOII
which baa served Barbado wall In the
past but is nil Ion
meats of tin* tachnlc ilageti i live.
West Indian li i- Uaotuala paj lip i
ha naad for greets* industnaUaation in
the BciUah West [ndii i
ever to aeln. ..irly
comparable to thOM ol highly industrial-
Ised countries, hut this Up nrvlca has nol
been followed by any roncertod drlVI to
public opinion to the fact that only
by acquiring skill.- oornparable t<. the i
highly Indual thay
imp.- fi oompata mi producing rnaqufsc-
West Indians have been content to revel
too long in the expensive ami delusory
game of mooVaUnging and hava hsiled to
realise that a reedy tongue and a tree Boa
of tavecttve i.s nol the beat nraj to acquire
emp: ., Ivanaa*
ni.nl.
So lODj .in..;ii> in Ihe West
Indies a bard working h ,\ i n.iihants,
mdu tUUt)
the mass vim.1 ii the new West Indian
consciousness seen.- to I ml a peyctu to
outlet fur its centuries ol uncbn privl]
< nee in threat* than
ami "soak" them.
This at each to a ditli-
tuati Bei In-
dian advancomai I West Indfai
and tntcllactuaui
the talanl In then midst ( held up
i ill ni where vet 11 can b mula-
tion. That is the Ural tap The iecond
tap la to } i ies for
inn. i,..v. how" of the
population whon the) profaai to serve.
One obvtoui way ii booating technical
knowledge is to found a technical institute
in tad nd mainland territory of
the
Major Darlington would b< the first to
deei> any ittempt to turn the B.C FW h
nical Institute into a klndol advanced West
Indian Teehfucal Ti The
Institutes
opei ,i ,ai training
ises for apprentices who an- emplt yed
by ni .meal trade
UUTJ i i IV. \ attend the tech-
nical institute uiie day a wi--k and work
the other live in then places of employ-
ment: and they attend technical evening
instii weah.
Major Darlia i larger public
had been pi iv.le.;ed to h have l erne for technical
adueatioi thing at all unless
lha i paid to attract the
best qualified Inatnietora. In technical edu-
cation only the best salary will attract the
best man. And there is no lock of the
WTCEUJ type "f n ling to take-
up |hm,i!v paid with disas-
trous <-: v technical institute.
might also have told
the public whd by this lime would have
been banning upon his every word that a
technical institute could U- created in Bar-
bados for a cost of $250,000 if new buildings
had to be conatructed and for considerably
less ; tflldlngt could be utilized,
and a itall i $48,000 per year.
He might also have given a timely warning
that no exiatin | ho I In i'.a.bados could
be used ,.- a kind ten technical
school, athough the island would certainly
1 !- .i -'. one
good school specialising in the teaching of
the benefit of
thoee employment In technical
trades ami to the technical in-
etttBl
Finally it is to be hoped that Major
Darlington ...sis 0f
Barbados' ,1 b>
,ite will have encouraged the members
of the local committee t | that
no further hamlt. : bados
in :' but
' a technical : ed as
a priority need.
it < ii tPMAK riM in t;


I
Russell Monro wai an .

II
I
itudyiai the
nuld
iih the
Mm. rath*
'
raand
In Jail
"I mils'. Irll
5 behaved ai I
nhmild," h<- *nld "Mv contact
i 'he fuel
that I haw ' thr<*
in the
*ame Jail."
'What ko* you
I n "it.i-
. .vay m>
.'- to pTCBcrlb* iianm-i-
(ortunatety. I hvc been unable
i i ptattofl "' i'i' -

Then
ihe dOpC

Trrrifviin;
I i mure


V
ten f>ms IropUca-
i
no suoUtluv
by whleh the cmflrmed drun
m htmiclf. F.x-
repl NOT TO START.
II.i.
; a man
who un ""ly UM
-..ckink' '( the b.*ly bill ->f Uu
nrtm d"
dope hi
l.-s m n igii"i
I>i M

to help tan. sleep.
.u. ..s hand)
wan always u npplj i" the an>




help thai


) M his
tulein a

ing men of t > - i. M

. ham i

i
Hut a
fuddled that he
will and ^j*

i

I
conviction to i
and will-power, las, no lone)

Aj M i i In his
lk-ket phial t morphine

11 ..t crim< he v..,
lha and
i .;i:;tei.
I u tune i rceUj i
...
ui Dr.

1
Come ra-
il tli

. i>*vchiiitry
aded our
talk he i : i through
the swing doom into Fleet-
i i anaan hen
Mild be-
conu of hua, Nexi day I found
out
Dr. Nigel llamid Maurioe
Riuacli M 16. had
i ehei
:t;ned a itr-scrlptmn l.i
morphine
Then, eoefe at hi* lodgings in
had
fatal dose of the tdllad i
I. I -
Up io 7*. 6d. tor a winkle -lle'f'r*
r. I.IONII. I K \M
IN THE latest available an-
nual reporl there w "* " '""
hi lititnin for the pos-
session of Indian hemp This
Is 20 times more than at UM
the wai but n Bgure
ludierously uunnaeeshM
jrowtk hi Biarijuana inwakuii
In a three-
Uon iil lx>ndnn and Uv l"1
virm- i have sc-ii roungatera
peddlers have lalk-ii tranklj ol
In proflh they made; police
ihai ihey lmo


..m .In nbotil it.
la contain Ihe i n tpiruj men-
.,.. police muai Li
.
Suspicion* parents call ;*t the
police station
anonj nWMllly Fear, malice and
bopi ol reward are
re* Un uu: of] the poU
one hlnl
Hut letting hint thi

vldencc
to n 'v> '

*
;uurt.
Par
to know
keealnai
pii>-
.! ittaeaad; an i ut "tt .i
The afaejauratan

I
1
unfortui carry
the "Uifl .i paper
u

.
Not Juana Is Upped
a_paper which Is twisted at both
1 I Lopltfal .t. When
tit it bee id binds
ti.ii
Uckly ii n ell U i hiraish
cigarette
||H :
i ah> pipe I
aw in I^ondon wai of Intn-
ned
was of polished
The Price

From the dm- n
.i...
to (he knov n pa
rnnnii. it is fcheh broki i
....

ii f v
i ho
i u
i
vary.
In the prcnrioi M
la. 8d. In the
Weal End al a Time of i
it can co-' 7v 6d foi a single
'clKJiette
L.K..
I he l.iner i anloii
(hmuul for Siiifiu/itirv)
lloeked
llv MOM \<.t I 1 \ I 1
TILBURY.
A squad of Customs men went
down the Thamej in .< launch
BOOB altar dawn
Thej arere hefty lot. They
wore (rbny dork-blua batUi -
sets t[
bars, luii'licB. and
pe^i^ i
I ai tut aapen la
naclllno aoura liiddei. drugs.
Drajg Torts
Taej were going to meet the
Hi (mo-ton liner Canton, due
at Tilbury from the Far East.
siti' carried a en
and coloured seamen and a
medlcv of tourists from tin
Bail i In*
called it Hongkong. Singo-
,,. .'iid Port
; port where drug
trafficking goes on.
'i he 'ii t crew"
.
i tied up at the
.i
hind panel! In i aph
paekel
IHuigareee

went Inui Um i iurini -room
earne up Bundlei of ouy
,.:. turn
, trequenl hldlni
..-'.. d ill UK*
1
was picked up from tl
in Ihe crew OUaMari
has been found In appi<<
BOW.
The search was still going mi
when the Canton wi ihe
landing-stage. It
stop until she docks in Lou-
Thar m ihe story of one ship
grrlolaf i" H^foin II tens
'up lhal
lied Ml. /I "ill go Ol I
These Customs squads, trorh-
Prsthn porti era
I defence ii the
dOM u'or.
L.E.S.
V ItiileliV O. The Battleship
Sivallowed by TheClrael Sea'
w
, nan v i ananw.\ ' :i
(ll> I.Wl'.N l.r.IM
the battlesnlp Sao s,, .
ind the elfhl adven- drrvlnaraln m
nging her across the bridge
until they were forced to git
up And so e came to
The Kigali \dveiiluiers
ABOARD the Sao Paulo
Willi.no Painter, of Goodmaye>
Bssex. and'th<
'""" se\en mm he (eeruitci for thi
i.t it.* ...........
Auantti sun men-
, inlpleeil) j''1 111 'i
Mink without Uraee* line*
Baek m England smi Portugal Um) ,.,.,, had fWO months' fix*.
" ' hei tl.. ..t. t.. tlie nwn on when the voyage began. But the
men who fol Um Brel lime can tell (he Sao Paula cannoi b where th.'
the tOfJ of the vast steel hulk u. ,lVed.
with the eight figures clustered on Then the) wei
hei brioe* wsuea vanished 21 the search unt ; are William Adanali Sa, who Uved
lw* .iTiiii.i ten tne w-ori wnere *no-
ey w.n-ed back ., The batUtahk has no radio
Icarriedon William Painter's seven met,
They are the crewi of the tugs
Buatlei and lVHterous whose Job
r. wg to brinj the m.aoo-ton hulk
of ihe S.10 Paulo from a n
in Brazil t" -> serap yard on the, .
Their story only deepens the 'rc* *"';'. _
n,te,, .-mi,. SaoPauk/BecauM _2"
ever* 'man lack of them is eon- September 19 We had only ,.n-
vlnced thai 6m betUeahlpta aft
v.i i abocu ha seen i"-.. Otouffa ,: '"' ......'
plaai trim three nations hat
made her a heavy tow.
13-hour struggle against
ibotrl six in ">i
I
The CrewrauuVi Story
AT rahhy near Cardtff, when
I m rlou don
i Of Ihe
louldnt
novel
The I
Britain huilt snips lu
kUd more that
agoay thai ahe vouad rtevat
sink.
. thai her .ir.appearance
tg one moie iid.lie of the sea.
Hiit wratt happened when ih-
tow-rope^ parted. IS" mile*
eau.tSe, of St. John's. Newfound
land: John Ellis. M, of I-nchln. .
Charles Tate. of Wil- !
Blyth; Thomas Me- ,
N. wtown.uds. Co I
Down: u man name.! Kennedv I
who Is believed u, have joined the
Sao Paulo at Rio de Janeiro, bul
whose home is m Glasgow, and an
unnamed Engllfh boy who a!su
oined thi t the 1 ari nilnuu-.
nl in e\er> saga of the *ra
luck plays a part. There mat
The Man Who Kcaped
IN STEPNEY tL Ml E. Devoa
South African irtd this story:-
an board the battleshki'
asting of? when one of the rope
Mus" X^ they call it ihi
Id have made
I
cause you .. er greens

(in
bjghar up bi m full ol taxis and other
I bat authority loMnei the
thia
:l BSDAl i i^hter and mure
iull of fun if you have leisure tot thai
or i .hi afford mora than one
day. Hut it Bavat be very trying
for IhuM- unfortui :. whom
ill ijuicksilver Of
to be endured.
The incident happened like thii
'Mi X baa 'i yet. You'll
to phone at home."
'\Vhat\ hie numl
"He don't have .. pi
TfEDNBSDAI Thaj tall me tan confidence

of thi' i hat you can make rude j
noises at them thej till me in confi-
dence that one day (shh' don't tell any-
body I told you so) thai one day there
will ha n uV B
window.
There! [fa out hi best
'.riik- il you can brave the glare
of the ion on the ihlnlni white conerate
you may be lucky In Bnding your Christ-
irke', there i saw three turkeys
there the other day and they looked
thoroughly browned off.
riit'itsDAV Turkeyi obviously b>
UM well known turkey idiom uthre*>'l
company", because1 I never seo turkeys
walkint; out in two's If thay do much
more jay walking ofnoone "ill have to
Open school to teach turkeys only to
cross the road where there are etude
Otherwise cars won't worry to stop and
more motorists will know where their
next meal is coming from. These three
were eo thin I w.isn't really tempted but
I can't promise always: to be good.
FRIDAY "What's In i in.e is so import-
ant Kul' instance I ..nee got a pair of
chickens sefit to me because I had the
right name. I sent them back because
the man who lent then had remembered
to say whom they were from. I never
knew the fellow ei d I wasn't hai
'i roni anybody el all
But another chap 1 know has bet i
nifferfaruj Cron this name bualni
thai romebody raruj him up askmr.
him what to do about some dogs. When .
he replied "poison the lot" he had a kM I
of difficulty explaining that he was not '
the S.P.C.A.
The telephone is a terrible instrument
if misused.
IATUBDAYEvery now and again On
sesses me in spite oi
my Irish prudence aad I rush out in i
pair of old boots without lecea, a week's
lie of beard and a loud American
hlrt But i sway with it. I
yi look like another poor supporter
of the Electors' Association and people
even make remarks almul my com-
plexion.
I was talking to nice rlsherman the
other morning, having a friendly
man to man democratic chat when he
turns to his friend and says: "The white
man want to know wuh we gun do now?"
"I tell he only Wilkinson and WalCOtl
can help we now."
I didn't wait to hear any more because
if there is one thing L don't want no
truck With it li Barbadian politics. I can
be as democratic as the next man. 1 can
even write like the next man
you provokes me sufliciently well, but I
ain't twine to :et mix up in no politics
not me. I ain't.
So I took go lisher friends,
shaved my stubble off, put on my sixty-
cent pair of'sugar bag sandals, climbed
into a less vulgar ibirt and linen shorts
and motored gently across to Sam Lord's
where I am not known by the local fish-
ennan, to think undemocratic thoughts,
if any.
I'rodnoae: And they pay you to write
that tripe?
Nobody: Why not. Don't they print ihe
politicians' sp. .
BOOKS
W Have A Wide Range Suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
ADVOCATE STATIONERY.
an a
WHISTLE
50?
frr li, o.-. lloiih-
Whistle Carpel
& Upholstery -1
Cleaner c- s- pitcher
& CO.
Il
oddenty whipped up frnrn the
binding out Ihi bat< u.u ay tide and wrapped it.'lf round

- I'n.ii look me '>ff thr trij>
' high "Somi* t.f n% v.,tv unenBv about
,,u hole* that had beet

etas her boarded up
itr speed fell to The Sao
ember *
north of the Aiore*. Just * i.,,..,., | agp ,.. n ,. sjQ p^^ was tn M ,.
darkoexi rathered and a IS- .,| ,., | | |( m,if lonU und purposM rU(,,,.
mtle-per-hour hurrieane roared wa9 m dCiK, hi|> wlUl |U( provl.
irylrot aquall nil for the off-dut\
Meboats.
.
numbi'T
- and men
*oene be-
Well. Uut was the last *>
or the Sjo Pawh The l.-
searched hi worsenUii e*uer
m thai nlfht r
Take ,
The Captains S|oi \
AT LISBON While the t\i^
Buetler wai r-f.i< :
Vd.ini. from li.
. .. The
b--tichip aapeared end disappear-
flees fe Kass
To The Editor. The Adi*oeafe
SIR. Kindly grant me space So
little advice, as a Voter, to thi "
ol the Island at the forthcomii General
Klectlons under Adult SuA
..\uc is. before going to the Polls
to voie offer ti| prayer to Ood
His help to direct you how to cast
your vote in U i
You must i ,
ernment will hi I responsibilitv
Ith you on this
M V TAYLOR
WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD''
SMIIMS Ol I v a HI I V|
AVAILABLE ITOM STOt'K
IK.< OS I A A Io.. I nl. BaW. Ilepl.
pitfJ
AiuiTiran Styled
k (.ml!

JOLLY OLD SANTA aofiessn mi si fOK 1 (// K Dinner Parties SOUPS Tom J in OxUII Moniole oek Turtle aasasagae MEATS Milk 1 ed I In. ken lib In Sib Milk Eed Duck Sib. Io 61b. Krulleraaverse* 2'; lbs. JAR It. .11-
DESSERTS lie Greasa feesasr Oaavee Qeeaei Aarteeai Tears \lll .v 1 ...1.1 1 IL < hilled Aaales
CHEESE Krall i. phi I laealea Red n.n.-i, oeaae Edam After DeBSMff MlnU < III.llll .11 l'-llll<" \ . -i .i.t. in tin* tre^h VeieUble*
fi-ld nrafd Rum nuke* an* everinc Iv.llt
pinny HOIHt 1 It It s km sana


Saturday, iik nan . isi
Barbados \DYui \n
pace nve
No Decision Given
In Writ Server's Case
a deliberation of one hour and a half ai
i;
: .'.::: Server (t-oulbouim i
Ward of Rock Hall. St. Thorn., of Inflicting
irm with intent on Elijah E k
Hall, st Thon i
i ted at 10.10 .1 ended
ill tin- Hon. ihe Chief Justice Sit A11-.il Colly-
Ki prealdlng. CVainaaj In Um mm arera
i white Mr T. | Kuhi Acting A
! ad for the Crown.
The prom-cut.on called on s* Edey I russ the
tick broke
brought thiei I the accused struck E i
colling Ock on the left hand
d uut "Ward, look you
Mk my hand. 1
.
M
On the flrst "e was sure that Ward was the
haMtd with inflict- m-n that struck Edey with UM
.tin bodily harm on Rh- -' W * > '< lh'"-
I with intent to m um. dia- w" moon oul ,h*1 ni*"M '
. injure and on the second J"*1* *** 1 n*'1* In"
' inflicting grievous bod- -"ami* was taking
... alleged A ...driven
'
oca Mid, Uw prancutl
(the Island **" "5 ca*" ,
waj at- u,: Spatial Out]

Thomas. It appeared th .t the ac- "D' "* Station, j witm
..... M i
ml down lo Spring farm, s
KasU aV j ';"" "n pecal duty aboui
HMD B >"m. ,
rwr. '''*1,,d "u"'' i-'-"'"-'-'
" h,m -m" \IIIS \MI II \MH IIAI I
City Gets Ne*
Parking Spol
ciation '
.it Ptinc
William Hmr\ I
v.
situated Thl* >p<>t. o
Messrs Evel> n Roach, v iII b*
I
Monday. Dteember 17
I




Park Thursday in***.: th i.*4lcrart. drawings and
HA R HAM AN
UNDEfoGRAiDS
PROGRESS WELL
IT U.C.W.I.
the I
FicUl Bet Hul
said th.it he heard Edey'a hand \
i} a policeman, but M '
i to, K.u, '"'", *">"P_
St. Lucia Has Made Great
Strides In Kduration
During The Patt Ten Yearn
S t l.ucia has made nieat prograai educationally dining tha
There an now 48 primary schools, three of
which have been supplied from C. D, & W lun.ls and they
rOMonabl) awl equipped, Mr. O. A. Walker, Acting
Director of Education in St. Lucia told the Advocate jn
Mi Walker ll attonding the Caribbean Regional Kdueation
it rlastlnga Kousa. Eu is staying ai Ci
Waters, Worthing.
i MwaUon vaUaMi let Um
BBOftj. been invited to attend the paw- ,. 1:.
of Si. Thomas iie said that he I'. Ike Constable J.imes Lyrn.ii *** lystejn b> "I have been told Hi.,*
lives at Spring farm, St. Tbee lay 18 he was at Spring Trinidad Public Library I | j eaedMaMI
rJO rm. on May IS he Farm rap, St. Thomas, with n entry lo Ihe
heard someone passing by the accused sean-lutig to. Clivmc Rlli. POTtunltj to and held Saturua. aohoola, ami the oluttao tit thai
ul Then he an escaped prisoner, while in > s' Vbxanl and Berbedoi ON i. classes was dJaoontinued from IMQ raxed problem of overcrowding
I about I1- the gap he heard a shout Bl BT to keep iB lOUCb with UM and intcnsivi..... e IMO ID Um provision ol
He police in plain cloTi | Doge. MMUtl
talked arrested by two eooitabloi. ','' 1" V 2T 'hhshin.
shout Tor minder and the BoUe*- W',:'1 Jlul lh'' ,,"H"r pollceme'i HW I A fn.m M. VIM Imk B coni-
min ran In the direction of the l"n* wi,h ,hc pnsonei- got Into naytog at the Hotel Royal. mon ,U(
shouts. n Bai Bdey vu not on "At the Urdrerslt, I ,.,,,,
i- sun Clivme DIM with ""' srpno- Ho " " heating. Th,- undergraduates have numb.-! ot iis ,v,.,i ,iS V|sll!< , ()...
i--hind him The a<,<",*, -1" clubs and sock- srling Ihl Teanhen
his son. WMrin i'r W Bannel ,-isfactorv lines in th.
M ,!(., panta. ^At this stage the defence Society which dtecui i ., r study, pnnndlna par-
,l3 closed IU case. lh . Tuto,i;.
At
: end tha
old man objected !< the manner in
which Uv handling
iu' ..if used was
alleged to have struck the aid
i i ^^]^k and one of Um
blows broke th
ksft hand. The
old man WOM to Dt CunMnlM Who
said that Uw pail wai fTaetured
I ii -i Urn.,...,
i the '

' : I
were searching for. was also In -t lhl. Ll. .
West Indies and I am glad
ibta to give a good re|> >:
i. who form oni
kind
had got a warrant for'the accui I yi"""k
Nona ol the
. Uroeah
'
tents lo noi'-members : n tli
>in*- tiriic

- the area but M
- of thi"

..nts
Accessible
R T Michel
nilssioner of Police, snld thai
'his |i the best sltunle-l M
or the ihopping centre
.. tana Ilka thk

shoppers who will lv
MOV! then <-,.is WD
reach H a mu wi-.
i
Tha* > the first park
be ii .i iin i t the Bat I
i i-moblls v
f. r 50 cars Whleh WtU be p.o kt-
on the ban
system assures easy narkinx an J
immediate get-aw.iv b]
poth ecu will b*
|
Asked about lhl
tnre at th,. B T C R M Ml W
said that '

well itipported m mat
I
proan thou i i t u
the ABMciaUon did no)
rnotol I-' i1 '!.,- IB.1
tag.
i loaad III
among them. ItodMy Harm "aid.
The policemen lifted his on to Addreasing the Jury Mr. Malono Tt building oiotitiunmv is go- W Assistants who formerly (U
the police van and Sgt. Hutchln- reminded the Jury of the chart, muh (lf
Staff and assisting the Probat.<.i ma-v ,f- "
within the framework of ihe ele-
I'olilirs
II is unfortunate that in all of
these lalanda, the polk} bm hies
lion la so gre.itly influented l.>
the politicians. Even among the
ponaJbla sect ions dt the
arious islands is the fear of wha;
ion
son cuffed his son three times in bn.unht against the accused
Bra) OOunt he was charged Th
nfl cUng grievous bodily *""", ,
n iulai Bialatanei
when he I

sitta
_. 11.. t, i ll...... li..l l( tkn A-i
Intent
son with a stir* and he sj-.ke I.. '"*", ,""'"' "" * """ '"'" (1,
,.l tlwm that if the first count
has to Ik- p:oved. intent has v
l>e shown. The Crown n
llll-.ill, IIH'UKll .......
delayed by the burricana In ""'"
large buildings __-__
eotnpleMd, did s. hotu.ships
had bee
dition warrants the hope that Hi.
time will ai live. BOd very soon
when a ro-operatlvc spirit be-
< BiM and polltiel m
will banah distrust and fear.
lack to him and hit him with
i it broke, The
|
left band Hta lefl hand was
1 roken n May 18
l>i ( ummins who ex-
amined the hand and he
to the Hospll |t was set.
Me COUkj not ii" '

To Mr. Malonr
his son fell h
the poll' i
This happened about :>" P
All the policemen wei
dressed in pl.ii: .loih. hi Kdey .aid that he saw the polico-
lon- where IIien beting Clivine Ellis. He gave
'it a was going on. He war deUlled atcount of how Um
unable to do anything. police beat Ellis, but Rugt
lUffl
of the buil '
on. wen dan
Ha
- aa^rtS",
..(tnct-

lw.hi.wn. The Crown ,..,. " " ......' ; u > ....... ..,. - "
II.. t< chnrepd ..<, lh.. m-.,i Inns were all coveie.1 l,v in-u'- sally pris,
arch
for
aped ,
however, in mum el
liUcian* do not intimidate the
nt on whom n much
He b charged on ihe " aavered t ......" "'"u sauy depend
count with inflicting grievous bod- nnce. so that we have been able to Hack lloine
They must lK(k at UM make good the loss, but sODM IB
backaround of the aaia, A prls- <-r eight weeks had to be spent IB BW. WBUtei who ll H llaibad
tner had escaped and Sgt. Hutcn- dotn| repair wort I Inal n was a gi.-at pk
dam- to visit the isl ,nd alter an absence
lor this prisoner. The tuna Was 8.50 age WBS done to the old WOOdeO Of over eleven yeai> and to
p.m. on May 18. buildings 'bat they had been using the number of ohani
a "il ."Li of ,h* proaecuUon said that the ft, offices and lecture rooms. They mg that period.
-55 "*_."' "dghl was a clear one and a bad lieen buildblf and tmichina 'IX'spue the fa.t that the
of th) fteli lift Ma Barbadian who has nevei ..
finished. 'eels that hul countr>
is mon .i
Cotonial Oflke (Irani the neighbouring islands, he p*i-
sisis in directing a batb
I Offlce bad treat*
The accused wia wearing a said something else. ,hcm i, and had
jacket arfd pants. A cap wjs on Edey could not have seen hU son Rrai.lcum ol n> on 00 tha matUn "
muck him being beaten ,f pojlcemen bad them to put up permanant build- During Ulc w i ,
-en uMected te a few such or-
al up to them ,h(iy had lM;_ hh rei
would iccntnpllafa t . (or building a wU-rdered eoelet)
springer had been of urea nd given the iiMplratlora lo in
help to the University College as if Barbadians won paUenl MOUgh them In Ihe mtrresl of their fel-
I' tO li-'en I,, the bona flee repotUi I
i, he from othet
Tl i
fi^el (To
standing,
d his house Is nhmit three
houses away from Spring Farm
Road He tl I eused well.
Kir.l Aid Tre:ilment
I'r II <; Cummins
18 about 11 pjB
his office at IVink Hall Jusl abov
I.....dda U May was telling the
truth on the witness stand
He was not suggesting that
Edey's hand was not broke:,
was submitting that the .mused
Watd was not the man that broke '
"During; the past t*-i 11
. steadj Improvement In
Ihe kind of rduialion offererl ll.
arious grout*- I ;
i i' ii. ti | 1, financially
strong Island! where sums of
'torn CD and W.
funds have been used for the
n Of school
' i Ihe training of
' UPkaap of build-
i m .. burden on ii
therefore Impor-
tanl thai ...... iue.it anal admin-
I that the
human be-
ings, that I-. the ll "
i t>i ivided wtth the tool
Waintominw Qttmt
Mi'.Ht lie Reheard
i.i,. Judgei Of the \
Appeal, Hi H
Vaugfian and Mi 4 i< i, .
Kiieii. yesterdaj orden
1 l*yeer-old damenUn< i
Of I'ollymore Rot
her busbai
be reheard ii us
at* i nun ..i
Clementine has accused
band ot negha Ung
and ii eiauntng
The .... was he.ud m m
Lower Court by I
Mi c L Walwyn who
H Tin. Apical ludgl
that the pruba i>
gi't InfonnaUon at t,.
"f income Charle-. C..lien,in
have.
MbSSBS. A. S. BRYDBN a SONS (BARBADOS). LTD.,
po BOX sot, MUVOBTOWK, SAIUsADOa
GIFTS GALORE ai
KNIGHTS DRUG STORES
vome in and
shop with
pleasure
i irant k aiiutoss
pi art mi urn \\ i u
M \Mt I Itl -I 1 I
HfBJfl mil I 1 MAP
\v>r I, ,1 Seenls)
|MH |m nir.llon*. \mi.i
Oraakarai laea Houses, etc.
V varied \sorlment ef
\m.is Cards
\inis T.ihle llrciralton*
ds^itt
Hi
i s p. | i,
behalf of GtenwntUM and M
D. H. L Ward i
* iband.
KNIGHTS LTD.
his hand Ihil nlghl.
.:d-pl a policy ul grv&ter inlro-
Pmpultj
Evervon* Rnrw. w..uUt Uln him lo Kl^
......I. toll hand" wai "' >"- pn-uUo WttWM ..1-dl.n..
brakaH ll. r.-i.lcrcd nW-ald and l"'nl 'ho accuurd .: day he wnl Edey lo llu- "ni.l.od ihe accmed a Ida map u,,, hl. wm ycrj much aneouraiai
who idminlslered ihe blow L .... J"" "
A Midi ill... wo Confusion ...encv' h.' aaW "one ran mi
force lo Ihe lefl wrM could have Tticic .. col.fo.lon lhal nlnht uu- KluHalWa "1 UM haaaMnl ,: ,...:,,,,,,, MJ ,
..lore. lind y Ihey could ramambM Tutor. Mr. Adolph Thompon alia Z.., ,.,............
-II
'-......
Euaene Ella, ol Boring Farm. everylhniK Tlo'y mual look
Bl Ti I l.iv IS about ly al eiery poinl and weith II A ..,,,.
8.30 p.m. .he wb.h on Spring Form the policemen were dreieo ,1 been done in
Road ..h aha hoard someone civilian clothes. Some said til will Ua
ahOUl for murder She saw aome he wore a cap while others said i;mon., and tha 1-abour I>epar -
policemen in plain clothe, and he had no cap In a COM Ua
,,.v F.lh.. this where the prosecution Is under ,,,.. ,,.
iiding
The M- whelher the acounls len "> loIU of lh. .
eused had a stick Ml his hand with "to Crown witnesses were con- (he D|II
la.lonof
: Here was a crowd SS5CJ'?. TZ$Z, "'i IE Mr J- Nlcol. Edu, ,..... Ad

Even in mv own httie dis-
trict of Bpelahtatown i
helpful projects hjve be. |
Mil
on the afaoaa
ad. md
i
population ,-xpect
learn th..' I elemantat
and sec.'..
one must recognize Um spirit of

itil It broke. There was n crowd vwcmr ..- ... .., w,.. ... f \ .
wsplclou. In a ciiminal ea-t I _________;_____PJ_____U
.lis said J-ccuwd always lias th- , r
Uh
Age firnuplng
.i Rfalkai nld ' .mi do, ...'
t | ntei
it DUl stated thai (lie prc*cii
v.i :. over .igi-MioLiiiin,
. a ovei omo In St, L
i, itlan of i
r tOdlAed pattern which did not
disregard Individual ability. ,
inoa whieb aou
sartly laau to a retrogression tha
' -!ly resist
e.l In lh,- people He hoped tha
i it ion would soot
i>e found foi ibis problem In Bar
S.Mial Srr\ies
Th.- meial lervleei had i-eet
h i n B irtoadea. Tht
an p4r n
that the accused was weanng a ; "<
aid. Ermle Bran, h. i 2-year-o.d Uiey saw how hea..
. ..f Hock Hall, SI Thorn.. to the court. The prosecute
........ e beyond doo.t mural
Ooulbou re the ui.-i- and Ihey huye to decide u Ihe Tutor.
0) On psse 1_________ away
MM1TMIIM<3
for the way in which

Mr A l>,ugla-s-Smith i-
< N > s
With these
WOOLLEN TROPICALS
We have a lovely slock of these
excellent materials for the most
discerning gentlemen.
p. >, CAVE
SHEPHERD
101 BronH Sir-n
l i l it n . -i r n r -
b a a u a a .. : j u j c .
IT'S HEKE AGAIN II
*\ Purina Milk Chow \\
6* H. Jason Jones Co.. Ltd. Diatribatan
OUR XMAS TOY IAZAAI IS NOW
AND THIS VKAR THK ASSORTMENT IS
BIGGER AMD BETTER THAN EVER.
>. I COll.ll NOT "t ilBl.V. WITHIN Till: BPACI AT lll'K DBsPOSAb
arvi voi urn i quati mua or tin: truly wondsbfvl
11 \NfiK OF -
TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, ETC.
NOW OH DISPLAY IN OIK SHOWIIOOM
CWSbV '.v/# BB FOH V0BMSBLF-
yoih ixsi'i.'rio.x is rnnvru./.i r.vif##;.
Aninnif hundretk
Iher uifls (or ( l.ililrcn you will Hull
Ml ( HANK AI. TOYS
Mill \KIH|\,\ uu i |
PSD U. I-Illl. BNOIHi
PEDAL mokik CAS
TEDDY HKAIIS A Bl I TOYS
DOLLS TEA BETS
( AHI'KNTKRS TOOL KTS
IK HAI.I.s ami BAI : iions
TRU.MPirrSTin and : Mi.
PUSH TOYSwill, I I
in t ( INO -! T8Sim ii lo III
ll ID BOLDIEB BETS
ll Mi EOO SETS
Mill Yfl.P.S AND IIK Ytl.KS
IIINKV TOYSAll Kind-
DOLLS' PEBAMBI I.ATOns
KI llllllt TOYS AND IHII.I.S
DOLLS' HOUSE kikniti ki:
WOODEN POP OUNI
TKIANii TODDLE HIKI s
AND ; ,'\IN Sl:rS -I lrkmk and ll.uln.
We lilvn have
i'l.ASTK TOYS ...I) NOVELTIES, XMAS T8EE I.I.( 01. moss.
XMS CBACKEBn EMAS OBEETINO TAGS, MM v WliAPPISli
P.M'iai FANCV Ti' n. COEDS and WHM-risi. ] \p,:s.
r\ GOOD NEWS FOR
.y THE CHILDREN
in...r KB i miii i" ui atthaiBBaa ta inr TOl HI P | 1 Ml M .....Mk ^-^tur-iaj Hih. Uek jnd Had baa.) before Xms-
'.'in Hip lillle onr<-HMJ will In- ilr-llchteil In n.iM-t their <>bl Iri-i .1
IIAIUCIHOV S
THF. BEST PLACE FOR TOYS
BROAD ST.


PAOI
nXRHAIXl- U.VoCATF.
g vri IDAl in i '"" k 8. 1S1
W.I. Bowlers Useless On Dead Wicket
S. Australia Score
276 Runs 1 or 6 Wkts.
From IIAHOU) H\l.l
SYDNEY D
bUtn faced I
Australia won the toss at Adcl-
iroffk their utmost* io make
A. Bowk-y had obviously set his heart on ;i century tad
00 minutes and this on a wicket
batsmen chance to stand back and look at
uall.
hours.
puldig was conceim
incident w h i
dentine fflBjped (nun tin-
,...... ham] and sreni sailing
And 9 mien
l his bat and carefully hit
II with a golf shot fro
puma; em
IU..L. riayC.blvl Tv.^u
will represent'
;1 be- con-\ %!^'""n , 'V,' ..
15th. Play to- '"! llJfiBiVr^..P^ mJ5Eh
,- i. *hi- trial it nfrei-. to Mairhall
, u iOd rtu-karde, who it they suc-
B Tj?iia. toi: "> "Phatteally ,n almost
m b1^: 7T,and a pUct ,n lh* th,rd
V & Valentine plugged away hopc-
roat, N. T. Clarke. ,u)|y M |m|il| but i,.IIIiadnin t,
_____ i Iran !lmr on
that deny him any help at all.
\l ST*. ALIA (v, IWIM,.
at
in
IN, Dec. e.
' .'.',, b K.nU M
.. onahlp game* .in ,, mi
...
Mm , I. o. Warwickshire '- '. ".
Seale.
Rugby Results
-Us

Lines and Darby a
hire 12.
|.
fcxl...
Total
ickc'm
FOUR WIN ESSAY
CONTEST PRIZES
\on~Sllit Si. Lm-iu Education
Jud^nwnt
nicies in the




D ii L Ward represented

j h. r-i-
merit (or



her sister



v mg been
JOHN < .Oil OAR I.
fReufer Photo).
John GoddardA Profile
,. ted .>.'
., \0 1.
aeta Ibem
ft rday aaornlng. inat the i
....itt.i no
. i l>y Uieit
Value of gnd not t. \x
-i Community. .fi-id of by law abiding ettuani. celebration*, was due
By Peter Ditton
LONDON aaod ,
On /\|>nl llat, 1918. John 0<*l- There he has nadi
ilard was born in Barbados. Tl e catenae which have played no
1 [.unity small part In making Bam and
.pire~by exam. a*3Wnta| "coneiSm'..
'"desire to emulate Ifl. r have been Itn..
Ufa, Iiom which May have ,,| t that lime. The ion I r
r, thai pays handsome dlvi- now
id Girl la. Could any Intelligent per- store-owner. John Goddnru wai
die. The econd prna nj tagg ,n ... to iwcomr eaptaln at laa t.r>i when Waihbrook
1 ii Ike, am won b} pi rtUBlUai offered by Lneaa clubs West indies team ever to win a both wall set, wi
'm and 15-ycar- -o promote those ideals among Test match against England In da
Id Wilfred Wood. Each got 5v< perrantaaa of our youth this eounir',
.i,i:ion? Now no u leading the Wast Iti- Parkhousa made
The seed has been plumed |t5 dic,i u'nm '" Australia, in a bid a ball I
t-rtilily splntuallv assured ii is to wrest from them their post-war ou'si.i. his off-
- left to :-f the "PWor.t, -
navu ihii mil with surees^i. The the bat. Hiii It
Admilleil IK l,i
I iat while
i
'< newt? Mi

not spuKt-n ol
I'lOIl.
:
!
' ..
n ''' ha,i given the
When her
mother gave I amount.
bo was living at Bank
Hall but had gone up at her
' day,
thai hand,"
old UN Court that her
up at her to get
i
Uesidc iit when
he told him at..
Ktrange for nil
I after he
MO then-
was no
.rt .aid that there were
a> From page 5
-.* Kvening liislituu BBld
. ,,..up. mus'
i e highl> commended.
He said that h did not have an
.
schools, but he had bean
nee him that the right
altitude of the teachers was a
. roblem here.
>. really unereeleri
hraa among whor
Bl organt
i.iv zeal li
'-g mi charges. Thei<
must be a greater personal loucf
iitablished l>etw"^n the teachci
V 0( He Depertnrff.'
who should be regarded as friend-,
i >pies. It
. the* average teacher hen
ll of gjDOd to wit net.*
ijata in other
i the-* two bodle.
who are working in a co-operative
me project. Thu
tt-oclwrs" infliL-m.' an the pupil
abould then be lasting and effec-
tive.
Mr Walket -.ml that In- 0BM
raeogajuee this w
In whom he saw thc-
boyi he once impressed, and was
If aehieve-
?cveral grave discrepancies bo-
... and *->
witness. She should howaver, M
. .in .i ihancc to bring the C
apnln if she got better evlitenre
T ad and accepted 0
non-'tnt Judgment
< r thr .-mc raffle
unil CiirU'
.
........
C luUs
Md
DaUlUUB ." mill in mjiiurny i..... lhsl,_ ma0t ,,
..: ::, ll.y ..| lllU.lriOUI ail- | ,h. ,.,,,,....., . ,,,Ulb N. ,d ,, ,.,..
v"iry .line u a mrwcl c&UMnCI I c.....
...il and Knriv I.. Nimn. u^r...i..a. ,luvo no' ""' w'1'1 UPSH. Tlu- Ulc bat 1HH II
, ^ .. T 5 T'J ""' " ""'" -l Ull.l>aii> 1
no proof m ponod l Inrtnc, and dolnwncr. ,,||(.v<. "j^, vl|u. ,h| M.|U., droppl hi. tuhl hand
: ' <"< Io thoy will have ntabllsh- made IroliTm.nnlncmit eatc
and m lltw in ligni, i" "ie Mini ti>. s.-uuL and U'rl W(i..l ntnMi ..[ man la Juh-i tory.
out lur UMOadua II la neatly >"''*. Y.M.C.A. and alt CxMnrd" He '
. kln.lrod urifaniaaliont, Io do rriekoUr when compared v ilh ,',lr.....
TMi ' ..'.ik lli.it will rnounn ""ifr m.-inbei. of his aide, auch .11 alinoiiitli .1 1001
hall everlarini ctadll al lime Worrell and Wi
, .. inlerei.1 on their laboiii *ita and Valentnie Itut ha M
i. wllh Ilia wellan It be awaM. ii...,iticl, 1 mal Ui
.,,., he.l NUP II,. ,e..ll. of lh. '"fiCffi1*"------------- -
t seelo* lel ppl......"" '; exeet.,l to b. etlhe, UI
. I nil ,,


1 had ton
otacular or uwmedhib
but like the tin> coral the

r-r miigent ^"
11 likr the HlU ;.:
Hit- island must ap- nl|| ^^j, j0 a WUll ine West a"vuu| m
- void |Ildt-n pi Inch is
tieme. May Pr trom wh' "




rented a case (or the achieve und. i
uguration ot the clubs the next ">uld no' do ondOl gnj OthOl can-
al devise means taeaaby **,n-
may be kept aj(va .md Oodjdaixfli "wn Wllllag ra
...jroualy able to prosecute then not w.,. !<. th,. tuil an la vitM Io
lcing a 1 :. Indeed.
e influence ot axpac*a4 to gUpBisy On h it ' IT'US' '
1 iinuuus Mraoi
handicapped ^|y< 0(pec,a||v wnen the monwn- '^ '' Ui last

ba crowned

, u iphra <
.. ir countlata ,,.v
denied the
in roe
1 it. disease, desert- llim becotne* progressively grcitci one of the main iv.is.mis why En-
machinurv o( adminlslra- K\*nd had to follow-on i;d were *"'

I
---^ riajht-han.i. meditno-oaced leg- Havln
cerssf ully thai ....''.
Swnai oeuer way n.
000 annually, irom thcLaboin ,
^ . rund, than on ibe child
1 : tan Lab urer? With vision, ami
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
(From C'odrlngton)
KsinlslI: Nil
1 "Hi Rainfall for month In
yesterday: MtO In.
Hi. i"-i l.-i..|.. 1 ii.n- gS.5'
W.
I "v.rsi Temperature: .*
F.
Uid Velocity; ft miles per
hour.
it.iri.mcl.-r- IS *.m.) Z93H:
(3 p.m.) 29.154.
VOTRK VERMOUTH
Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains f
lust apply Sloan's Liniment lightly

ait.i me ii.ieiuiH y ..t .luniii.i.-; :.- >.....'< >' <..^.--.........- -...
.. evenlually beaM I... ......a
lb. loldn ..|K,,tu.,.t, for. '
a. p-S.....
, 1 Iwattfti nebulous ,, nan, backiH, bv gdequate fundi
- i..:i.r w.,v u. iwnd, any Huttno'a
|j 10,000 annually; nrom ine Ubom u, century
I, d on the child SotS '' .....
"'" Probabl)
1 energies to l>
. hannela! Th
me lime hn Ion
'niowle-lgvd If

1] o
1 and pU
ad the phrase ..-
1 *'*! wi'noin ,ni, pu,,,,,. ^.nerslly to prevent a FrankWorr.il of which hla share
araa SIB.
"ild l^> nniureH md ,,,, y, mrn ,(- (t(Xiwin \n rally Aa a bowler he can be
aartoug think- -u lhe railMi
ropei planning in these early ,, well equrflPl
,-ars. a correlation with the Bra- captains, Qrfdard would be
mg Institute can \*- created, and to better advantage. As it "llie-
ram early youth the tendi not get called upon, s* ;
..f p. 1 ; ,h . 1 train- because so many run-, ai
ntagea. ,,. , 5timulaled and encouraged, board, or else he lias to come b
if mark- ahan wtcktti ., i
and play a ..
Either way. his natm
or attack is not given



......limit neees-
13 ID'i IN NOVEMBF.R
his strong point.
leeiM can he be said to
.
his faith
Ten
November are among the notifl- In Ramadhltl and
n( infecUouj disea-c lhai he
mni n-
which have bat
n aurroui
o ine I'
ter, honour, decency and an earl:
|lirled by the Acting Director of
Uadfcal Services.
There were two caeca of enteric
ibd one of diphtheria.
Take
spoon
BEMAX
daily
.
you're bound
to benefit
off the ball and then be
to work. So for his O
has not I"'
On the field Ooddan
splendid example with his brilliant
close-to-the-w tckct Aelding. It
favourite position, although he 15
WHAT'S ON TODAY
rage* hiidiiii I
il V a-m.
1 .uru ! a m.
I ir^i Second and li.trtmed-
ktte DivM.oi rtehel at
the raranai
1 (..as.
PeUee Band al the St.
\i',in u 1 PI I
I p m
taarlat: ." ..
luaa i M pm.
Mi 11: Fict Ouail" D
ber a.
liEhilnn: 6mi u m
Huh Tloe: \!\\ .
pm.
Low rhtti m m\ 141
p.m.
imsiing wbM d.rtcr-
t dally ipaoo/ul el
Beaux oui naka to you
iftil halih nJ hallrj
. .irvkle il on you'
1 oihancbHi eenjr* r"*na nd RiMwtsU. It top-
m cK^iiy
live in -.he uoptcs
Kidney Trouble Causes
Backache, Getting Up Nights
A Waterman's
J-OA SfUUlllf
3-oh UaLiB
J-oA $ood OJiitinq
*" oo Me 111 of r>
ueelal '">
.... .. "I'm-oii,
:r:,: -e,u.
.....tzrxsz;
^ .....e. ail-V t-W--"
.WVBt.1.. w ._..............
-.... 11.. k,.r,.. |.. 1
llliiuiniilim. Iijfnm..' r.-..- i:v ..
f'f. our llm.. Kldru> TreubU |i it,. trU,
Wn ,(.->. im artsfea, .in Ha ..
"" a ". MJWMI" SIHIll
.. _. .. .. .........,
aUtsna air*M*"' *M -","'"
, Help Kidneys Dec..*' Wey
Mr t ,!. I. .. I. ,
StiAo clinical Iota and ie> a,tui'
I aka saueuaealiii .r...j
No BcnafilNo t-o
Cystex;;

HDNIrl
IIADOI.:
T, el ....rue a.-.a, RHIUMATISU
'The Family needs
CALCIUM
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SATUBDA1 in c i Mni.R *. i5i
lURIlADOS ADVOCATE
I'M.I -I VI S
Chase Will Seek
To Remedy City's
Tenantry Roads
2Q400 VITI \m;i,
KMIIIIITION
the Ann..
I his WM i,
Thursday night the crowd was
over 1S.000. wa
Yams, potatoes
>l J--'/i/i Ni.unit ii/).
Surinam Rood
Impassable
Merchants Should
Qaue KiiMim
_Goods From I .k.
( v.
i-nnsl Church, inat althougu
in<'* had increased anil ..
Monei I ii.laimed Hams \rrit*> U{iml'K '-O^

xibUMuur . v.-nn uur irai ,_.,jvr,---------~I.
.mini __ .. _, "u" laffa Sm was blown (r.ii .,'J" .." ? "'"' I
The tcnanlry road* in tlu City an in vo U i ami ,i..Ppcd m ih.- ',,, ?!. 'E?"
""'.....wind if you" the J*{* l"cl,u'1"' road, thrrr-hj rendrr.iu, .1 Im- g^.^ilKSn teel 1 h*i in I'
lloutt u( Assembly, .hey would be the first ihi.u- 1 would |V SSi'K " TdflE
aediecl, said Mr Victor Cfc eanaa , ,.. >...... Kina-
lltica] meeting of '"'' nl't hj the Ae.nulima] n--' I -..: .,__.. ,.
i'
I
i British
Guiana, about :u rears.
his last |

wu at Govrrnmii,
d at 70 Da I
1

i/has*.
Hihaim ...
tadgatown should as bi
unto Iihn iiMtiulMlum thrn.
iii create competition and
]
.aged again AB. ..,. get what
brouffhl thcn*cjM,ni,i,1. ,
nir.g
onl) rsjaannabii iiiaaail funn-i dimur i u
the House of Assemoiy u re, should one. Ch.mboraio, rJ which wad
.csentative of ihe City of Bridge- some help." f"? for a few hours had damaged earlieVthls yeaf replf^
lo*n Kcon.Hm disorderly a0pewance. A nu.n- ad rnilgrd
Mr. Chase said that he would The sugar iiidusuV "*''> *eerched among pile-driver was br.Hignt wiercgfhMsonsjb
s v * ,*' I "f ,h^ 's'>"- The need for The booth, w^e I '" '" ***" 'Vhift niart tol '
viU, 7 V Uf SU"" "" '"" KOUf.glng .he tSUI i?ol S.r SLiS.'"lP: Wflsl~ni' '-"Thursday. ,, ,,, w !lu J(l ni., , ..
IkJ. ^'LTtt'".r> ""'* " ""P *at economv, oArner. hSI -1^, i "I" Mture ami Ur
Kent IrlfU
Mi ChSM told of the Bj
I RN BUI in.-uith he
it would now be
iituation, somewhat late, people having be'n
falucation Talks
Finish Today
Problem for BOMS Time md schools for tecbaleal .ndred and second Exhibi- *<***
r-.nirinB to th- hinh i.i >,f i-ational training. -The kind of ttM M >feniber
living. Mr. chase said ttlon that our boys and girls
local importer was at the mercy receive today, determines what
< xporter to a certain ex- men and women they will be to-
.'Hirforc he thought I bt said
ling rue in the cot of liv-
d remain .1 prol tagg t..r
. He though!
I that m order to ease th,
1 with regard to the food___
Government sluml.l again in*iM rikrwftd to aky-mkM their" rent*
I ?^^?^nT!l,Planlln a certaln ""> pleased If rent^ aM J L Meol
^1 mount Of their-land In vegeta- dtahiiis,-.) on the basis that exists Adviser ty the
H was a today. 1 think they w,ll bg ve. IX-velo,,,,,.-,,' rul
2 A? m' t:'' saul Nevcrthe- been rOrUnfl sieaddv throughout
u, i J 5 th's "'nnrrt'on UMg, I wnment the week and 1 -
1 *ifli-t'.n,r'" tiZ ' ,"'mPl t hStrg some re- t.ik at midday to-day.
aS?Elil**?w*l\ "V '"'"" VUUm "f *" '',l'" >" -"'""- The Uonfere,,,-,. vvui add
UoZ* ,rlo "" Thursday by Mr Ph,l ,. She,-:
iroyed a couple of days ago, Mr. around and inspect the houses --- -
' r*T** *" -ily a week that people rented, to n
in Chapman's Urn.-. tii,it m.-s.- [-; Itttng tho
lU

The E.lu,i
N IWUllg
inckw Us*

1 i 1 tlli> Tgffg t" I'UlllHH I'hr.
. id been instru-
Work at the majority nf Su^ .- <'- """', 'hin^s. in
Uonal thlrUon
- steady pace It was 1. .ndpcjst* in theiMU ID KM
terday. This wotk Lf In 1 mui- >c"r- lonK *'"? '""* ,("
crop sea- rd pi.md.-d I hi*, they ggld, was
jon^ Ihout pracgdaol u HKJ Mm
.
which hcli ran gpgetod to piBd cau> fj *" """l"!
HOUfSJ dm, 1 -.'i-.tr in .1 ''"' "v"'.
>f Mr. t 1 :, being In- F.MItiKA I ION AND
L'halrmanship
O.B.E.. Ml .....': iire being reno- nPt'P W ATFR H ARRCil IR
ARE THE ANSWERS
Ui s \ Wiilrolt told thi- elw
,.l J.,.-. I till. SI l-ucy l
Iskfar. H..\. fbsssa
agggssj the
1.tie Bachvioi \
*inifiiliHrtrnTi
:-!.. i' kSSBjfjSS
txlndge. Hudolph Val-
nUno, n.itiMdo- Bnung Inttl-
MheiMan. Barbados Eve-
ning ln.-ti* fc. Mill..
I Prlvlo ntutl'
The following High.-
Candidates h \

lion

Hmce C.i rl
Ninas Tapn Vrri\-
. tot Bai
bados yeaterday by th.
rftfj l-laater.

. luiled ki". -heir. in.i>.ni.ii<-
k.-t.Ji-uji. Ood livoi oil, iiikliaids
. irgMd 1 >.( ! Unra
to Mmi< '. ClMtl ft CO
Ninety -
I
terday 1 'or vessel
t'aswdlan t ostatiUeiae a
ed durint: thi- n
bfOskgtd for Harttadox II

t, pickled

piirts.
while .1
1 fuaiiax 1-nMisrUr ....
riuht for
. .
m,i TrlnJdad Bjb
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is 1 \SI l-l 1 MS
H l,,.. s,h WonaSMtuI

katalMM H.H Molly
11 sk-a u-t.i.... It. m v
h,ymtn. aek. Amanda T . L-..1I*
Hch l^ar Nuvtean. Hen.
Mi MM i'. Sch. Anita
-.i.-Ulav II. Mi
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DECREE NISI
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if Mi- ii 1 ] '1.: yestorday

or Divorce and Matrimonial
Lbi MlU nf CoUfl 1. Ii.'
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M I. Williams LDatru
1 '.'h. oHci-
1 lot OoBb itatton.
Walcott was speak ma -t the
Association's poltUcal
[ lowed the In
. ..,1 imlp look 1.., ,...
lock vwSriiipT, ;,,;;;. t,;. z ;
' "" "' "" W 1 I'........1., M-.l.il.- I'liioiia paid n-
,hWr I'' On full: and
even in a small ., ,,f fllX .,t,. ,M ,
reduced. This he had emphasised plorable condition, Yet
of the fact thai ,; renU for theae houses
, : racuwi
RODNEY LEAVES
FOR CANADA
R M S I ...I, Korillrv
iMrtt last night fni Canada via the
British Nor.hern lalaBdl aflat
spending n.. .1...
Higai nosssiMi ''
40 PASSENGERS
DUE ON GOLFITO
Port) iMssengers will be arriv-
ing here from England
day bj tin- rss <.*ini
In A- Fyffes
MM uill !' sailing fur

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Ml " iiiiimi
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I ... RRIICM i.l ls
. <'mit..tvm. r4*rkrk H
lr.ni ili E Adaana. ClteaSkaphai
K-..1J Nod Willum 1^... Irla n"
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\ 1 Iddal'.
I
nloa llt*>ta. Maria
Mil. I*al- Cllana. Vava S*tla. Anlhaav'
in Hound UvlabaaUdf
., 1 im in 1
.im Jarfeaon Oranur TUII. Ilil Tnn.
I ri ii." i.i' "
...an Mr Hnbnt Aa.-ou*h.
il..rll. Mia. Haa>
an Mlaa Find Thatniiaan. Mn. Mary
, mmiMi 1
i .1 ctssfssatn
Rvtl it'ul livffiiti-d FireImmmjiisi Hiiir
near futui
essentials
tc. would
II. IM
Warnings Par Ij^liermeii
ailed fish, beef,
be conmd. rabl]
then) If tin- (inn- of food
..: controlled, rents should also
he controlled.' It Is an ini<>lv<-l
hut I think if members
After deh.de on DM m
ibjects involved, it wa.. ...
IBM the holding of such a scmin-
'- .,! eould 1 ubla
Other subjects dlKUMi
f wo day
been education In agrlcul-
lure. coinn,'
medical serviren and
Mlf.il-
PWmi 1 nment put their heads i _,,_. cu '* "'""l! wnc''
.fully int.. tiu ."tiers Of Administration onl Xstoettnff wi
, seutativo for the ivirlsh of St
CI. v.. (or the inmates who .
h.oke-1 on from the Almhousefc. .d Kle. tn-n*
A lane numbei m n u bj ., ,.... M^(. EdU-
dents attended the show which ,.atlo,v bOtgdng and eaiiflntson
was very interesting , other Ihings said that age-
(>ro>i'iiii: should be alltshed and

THE MILL BED PLATE
I HE (Lu b4M It Master fabri-
Mtnd tbs mIU bad plat* of 1
mill installed ..1 !... \ \
factory and MIT tl.,
I
n .
..In
prg
itli
I onllnucd I mm fasr I
won pMmttted
to Like the BOOT t' iXi'l.Hn thru
votes. The Rusalan and Polish
made tin- ( umliar charge
I'lMi'.ing aggrcs-
Ingt Mm Soiiit and &!

1 mi. Snail) .
Balkan
watchdog unit by 48 to 5 (the
1 with one ) '
v.r.
A riltl ->f unknown Oriffln
tuned .it The Ivy. St.
on Thursday night, dam-
gged the eastern end of a house
II v it ownad by Milheent
\ auMtttty 0l .lothlni;
was also tiund.
. I .. r,.... wgg .suinmi.n-
td but the hi.'"- "'- r"' '"," *"
fore the firemen reached the
.,,.. Th.- Mnuaaj Ii
n ad
1 thuklv
Illy matter, some relief can !* brought in ihe O
east of the wether and fa TMJ HofL UM Ailing
wanuiig of ,.n> imptnfllng danffgf. *" island. It is a math n* Judge Mr (; 1. l.ivlm
so th.it thr lishermen .onl., pull I .it.unly gi%-c my attention granted tha petlUon of M.dvm.,
up then boat! In Uma tO avoid H lO if I be MOt t" ttM KoWM H E. Bonnett of Brtttoo'i Bill, .1
Another encounigement to the your represt widow, foi letterg ..r
hi- island wiiich

Ol ^1' WlllM'l .....--,,*
"'"' M'.SlSlONMrom page 5
9 Mipprnl Uwll
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w. it.i ..in].. ..1 ...iiiiims.iu- D|,vi M|w, ,^ i|\U--llllt -*.'^-'
Industry should be Ihe provision Mr. Chase said that it was tin- Odd tn tlM talatO <-l DOT husbund \, i.'i,... ., M, A<1 .ills .
..t latrlanWiM >.. that the Hah inlenllon of his Party It they *>t Sim" "'""" _, ,iM,'stll senl.n- iiiid '"'
Man eakht (Jr. K. C. Chapman. S..I1.V......f .,,.,'?,',
The natwrmen bay. K,v,. |ha atuntlon i aorna Measni Carnngtoii a Isealy ap- P"" ""
public lailhlul I tontlon to the provision P*!"*1 2S ~S '!''"' --------------------------
Chase, .mm. ivhuh is always of a maternity ward and a pre and ' '......*'" I"*-
sraaghtwtthai uvl clinic. All thaa. pre- >%SZ fiS5S j,'^T si
selves. In th. ., holchearted sun- P"'^^ ^Si^vtaT SSdU.,'
,"""'' -k,,.,...,,.....ybiw.
done 1 am sure Ihe people Of the me .. trial ai your repreM-ntati\e mcna(.| Selen.i Wiulnev, St
island incluriiiiR n,y-.lf. will -I.*..... the HauBt,1* aai.i Mr. Chase. "I p,,.,., ,.,,. (( s Fv.1M n,,,,,,,.,,
go 10 wanl mi- t.nu-.rtumty to represent St J(|(||| Alll-Pii;i H<1M. j, ,. ,-,,,
Government House and put their U -."ii iteople In the ,r(| Sl Ggorgja; and Joshua
heve th.i! .v.i rl Keinenilicr the aeiocla-
Party wdi itand bahlnd i kg 100 thai has existed between in w can It of the
for tth 1 have I ai 1
"It must be borne Ip mind Uf t: other. mg you Id give 1
Oastanunan! ICi MoUtoy itanloi rrssmbm
of fish so that whan there is .. for Um City In tha mind m your int
city or an .'. ,- House, is also one of our mem- laat
ihe int-. at Bsl iind if you send us both there polli by only .. small maggte,
Vlasrt K\ariia.i i ami;'.ni 11 Bt'gillH
MANILA. Da
I'liililipinc naval vessels begun
the mass evacuation to Ihe Island
..r miiiiLhki .if thouaandi of per-
i.-ft hoOMMM In Bo
,1 Mount ihix.k
ISC to island .af Cmnlguln.
Mai-
. R| I
uiani 1 h.ui In u"' Muind nid eartiei that tin
the Limit of poaalb
iitesting
hat done so. They
he prosecution must pio\eth.l
ed, was the man
U did ihe aet and lbaV
It With .....nl.nl Tbaj -the Jul
~- were the Judges of tin
... 11 Counsel. ...Id
tin- Jury thai tram the
v .is onl. DM Man who I.....
Edcy's hand, and th,.t man Wt
the accused. They were 111 the
...urt to Judge the case OB
dancv,
riie prose<-ullon had brought
md each .-f (tarn told
' *"." I" ooun what nag '.*i Mt
on Uie )lu,,.,,,,,. ... ... th , hi

11,. m the erltnoM of th
fetfcotftauztt

11.111 I.IINt; Sl.lt VI sI'URT s|||RT> In
Paisley .1. -mi.- A really smart \hij- I'rrss-nt for
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and
utton no the t.md and II
1;. 1 Ml moat of tb
I I be btaivs-
1. but the polkamaa *.ni on the
The Red Crow said that aanl- land for the daft
. ., Dot i-aWlvaa. Yet, owing to
,. r centra of Munmog m ihe fact thai the accused tlla mem-
.111 coast are be- ir of the PoUoa. they, U
t .ming acute. I not be afraid tn discharge
I T Mtr duty to the Ciown.
V \\ I 1. I. A WIN II.
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Tfce M V DACKWOOO still
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B W I SCHOONER OWN'IM
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APPOINTMIM ill MI'hHMsoi; MM
QaTrtULU, Mosrii \i
AppUi
M Isfl Kitchen. OMMTal IK | K|
MM ff MS H $Hli' p,.t ..niium.
Applicants should pfH
ed a satisfactory standard of adu
xpartMMI in housekeeping dutn >
Applications mi hm obtainable from *
Hospital, should be forwarded to him not |at<
Dm.
to HARRISON' LINK
1/ OUTWARD MOM THE TNITFD KINGDOM
APPLICATIONS KROM MKMSHlH lltMMM. \-
MIOHIVI.S AT T1IK MATLKMI, TRAINING
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From
London
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<;i h tow
l^nndrn
Learei
911. Nov.
29th Nov.
5th t>.
Due
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES
V\< ANT POST OK S1MVARI) AND CLFRK \T THE LA/ARITTO
Application- Um raaWstrwahai post of Steward and
fierk i.t Salary will the Rah of si.200 12
SI.832 per annum, and will be BBKfJe* It
ith Ihe provision* of the Widows .nil Orphans Pen
1928 (IW8 31. In arMi |iV,,m aJkrw*
nee will be payable In ,,,.* Uniforms
art proi i'
2. The appointment will be Ott two yean* probation |Od will b>
p'liect to ihe selected gfspUeant Mag passed as mcdi
foi employment In the Publlr 8*1
The minimum educational uiid I ideation which will bi
e< is a pass in the Caa-Alltlfjl LsKel School CirtMcit. Of ataklaV
ix.imlnaUon of equivalent standard Applicant-. ahouM he between
the ages of 21 and SO years
4. Fcums -if application and flintier |..niiciil.ns relating lo (he
post raay be obtain
Wharf, Bridgetown, lo reach his o6V not Inter than Wedm
I'th of December. 1931.
M iipplieant will lx> rcotnred M aMintd ilut.v at
s-ihle opportunity, not later than 2nd January. 1832.
.-1231.Sn.
Applications are invited froi
J5 for training as BlMwV
The course of training |g
qualirted for and received the!
The course will extend over a pel
will commence on lrt February. 1932.
Applications should be addressed to the M
pttaL Rjink Hall. ST Michael, and should I
''h December. 1931.
IIKPARTMFN'T i| I IM 1 I lln\
Vacancy In Ihe BSMMnUn l<. ,
Applications *re invited tran 1
OOL St Michael
The mlnimiic
A o| the Department of cxcmpit
S..l:rv will b> Itl I
1 Kb rnentary Bcbool
c omIM
prct of previous
aWsad by leeenl testimoiiul. All othi
ppUeatlen on ti..
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H I' I
reaefa U* Da| 1
cember, 1951. CaM
UWW diaqi.aIifli.ifio
3rd December. 1951.
VACANC V FOR RDI'C ATION OFFK FR. EIHTATION
DFPARTMFNT BRITISH HoMU'RAS
Department. British Hon-
PBkrAriHK'ATrn- HOaoa
W vowlbli- t oln .11. IIRTONA
Haiov.. Itom H0IU1.4. -n .\ahII>a
*..ll- Pine fconi. Ttled l(u I Loam, (or ).>< iua>-
ml TV..* b-tfrnom Biniaalo* .!" f
and rr-lt l^dtoam Bunlalow ta.SnO W


-id wood
1 ilftvtl
......"i K It
HUNT! A Mil:
a IB n- -en
laund
lull}
< ta
du
Dulles.
*n addition to the general supervision of elementary schools the
W,M : on teaching methods and school
organization, assisting li the nrtnis,dion of pupil tuacher training
an,i performing such other duties a, the Director may decide.
Quail----*-
Applicants should have been (mined at recognised training col-
leges, should possess a teacher', diploma I ibooM
nava leaehlng experience in elemni.,iy gcflO I
tiough not ataanllal, will h. .. additional .ni..i.(Uation.
I mul
The salary will be on the scale 91.464 x 71$1,824 ( I Sterling is
qulvaltnt to $4 British Honduras) the point of entrv being depend-
ent on age. qualification, and experience. There is also pi 1
Cost of Living Allowance f 9290 70) pa. The revision of salaries
it at present under active consideration and it is expected that the
salary quoted will be substantially increased. The post is panXlon-
able. Vacation leave is with full pay. free Mara passages being
provided to Ihe United Kingdom and back. Travelling expenses and
ubsistence allowance for periods spent away from headquarters are
paid. Free passages will he provided for the successful candidate
wife and two child
AppllealloM.
Applicalions, accompanied by copies of two testimonials and glv-
ig two reference., should reach the Director of Education. Barbados
by the 13th December. 1931. They abould state fullv, particular* of
applicants' experience and qualifications, including anv mbjeets or
in which applicants may have specialised.
30.11.51.Jn.
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ro>irosino\
A new shipment has just b#M1 i-
PLANTATIONS LTD.
KII.VIV IIOII.i:il
<0.>ll>ONITIO.X
docs not c.tusi* foflmini; or primim: In tin
and nfTt?cts> neither copjui
ONIY ONE SO" GIVIS YOUS SKIN
THIS EXCITING FRGANC(
Your tkin will b, cool,.. iwm.r.. 4
* dnirably tlalnlyfrom h.od lofo. j
' il you bolh. wllh Imgranl!
Caihm.ra Bouquet BMvty Sosp '
(MiYKRNMENI MfflCI
GENFRAL ELECTION
Elecioi u i.'minded that they
DTtaln the number of thi
^^ Inch they
from airy Police
Station of the constituent r.
KoUcea .ire lieiiag posted
mi,. .:.tries of the Heg>
Iresi of the Polling
nation roi the District and this
LatfOffftatson tiav been published in
P
4.12.51la
iv,v.v.wv,v.v/,v.v//.v.
I I IIMSII
; in Christmas Style


DP (WING
Start XMAS Shopping
at GRIFFITH'S Rockley.
hir Ihr llousrwives
SwliVa thee** ~6-lb. Tln^
Swift'. Cheese t'!-*. Tina
t'heear per lb
Table Butter
Planten PeanuU.
IIm in Tin*.
Jarob*a Rlsruilsa Fine
Asaortmcnl
r>rapes in Tin*
lUasehold Rultw t5's,
a. i.o'. inn .
Fur I ;iU Making
raunm
H MSINs
.l iCS I Ml I III
MIXED PEEL
ALMONDS
DRAGEES (Silrer RalM
K INC SIT..AR (.1 Brandoi
CASTOR s| *;\k
(OOKINt. BtTTFR
\r Thf (irtwn-lps
CalatV Cracker*
Christ mas Tree Orniment*
Irapul Sanu Mjus. lielH
Balls. Lamps. Birds).
Christmas tree Electrle
Lights
'1114II Christmas Trees).
Ilotl* Paper In Cellophane
and Other Hr-i:n-
( hn-.tni.i- Card*
1
S L.S.WILSON
M'llY VI.
IIIAL 4S9
HIC'll. TASTY BB1AD AM) CAKBS IN OCR
CP-TO-dytf. MODtBM BAKER
OM.V Till'. BEST INCRF.DIKNTS HSgD
I C. F. ZEPHIRINYour Bakers ,
II Tudor sireri BW :i;:is
1 '
And man* other item* >mi will need
tome lo GRIFFITHS- and see for rtaatgatl
Ope'i from K am. to K p.m
vitirriTirs
PHONE 4513 ROCKLEY.
FOR SALE
II ALL A I IS
4.HOI l
Offers will bf> considered lor the pOKhltC
above group, consisting of llaggjiis Faclory .
following estates ;
Anlh
Afrp*
266
115
TtUI
-
M4
521
211
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx.
Creenland & 0\-erhill approx
B:.wden & River approx.......
Friendship approx.............
HaRHatts Factorv has been extcnsiv. U ...demised
and is equipped to produce fancy I well as
DC. sugar. During the 1951 crop (|
1.352 Ions of sugar. The bags required for the ]
lu.ve been secured.
The mechanical equipment of the group 11
among other items the following Intan
vestal tractors :
1 TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.
1WD9. 1Farmall II
Also 1Caterpillar D2 tractor.
ploughs,
plough. 1brush!):. ...
8 Dodge Tracks, I A
Tim
Livestock includes 14 ttoi
PurtBst .1,1 mid ondttloi
ootalnad from.
S. P. MUSS)
Broa.i !


NVTlkDAY. DECEMBER . INI
RAkRIHiS ADVOCATE
MSI MM
HENRY
BY CARL ANDERSON
OS
I
NO FINER
TOOTH PAST! TO
HEIP
AVOID
j^pT TOOTH
DECAY
USTIMINI l\>MhVmuh,\p***po*hj^ |
1. lUTVrJNl Tooth Paur acnia.lv hrlp
desirv.iKc hovir na
X U MWki dull Urn *huh bold- b-in. (;;(
ouch aurf acra.
3. U vai ln-li*. in Miaov* nun.
M.rryiowu.lhvUMi^-1.,.il1|' *
uirtd and h|[ht tooth dor**.,ilcau (trill rm^'iii kn i
ikttH h)l HOUftt AMD IKM.U!
There's more fo a COLD
than Sniff/..'
HMdsrh*. Ihat fcvrtiil. "artta-
iMlmi >< ()..* CaM
rti antfa Alka-SalUar.
MMi lUaftM
. lit) n'-i " nipnle
lot Hioilnri hcHlarhaa.
II.
,Alka Seltzer
VICKS
VA-TROHOL
Yau'll f.L |
It. rfr*'.hino
mini flavor, fos.
:-.:'"'Wf*r
BIl'VISO
NOSI DHOPS
Heart Trouble
Caused by High
Blood Pressure
If v*u Ut. pain* amu-il ..Ii h-a !
L.I ami it...
ifcriiii * bra* in. f>rinw. f f-
far rr. rnr llMf loaa of niaMMt
i
.. ptob*b>f Mat*
.ii.i1 I'M* hi
IWUMOuM dlira id.I i aui ~
il.a.ha Ikan ,incf, bar*
.....re
ni a (If of
i mayVtt___
Itxrl TruuMa or a paraltilr Wok>.
rind *mi ahould alait trxatnont a>
<.iw* Th* vary "ml iloaa if Naace
I iiihhIi kn llm-m. a naa>
i'.Hcal Alfovt-y. tulnr.. Ilii'i BtuM
ITaaaura and niak.-. jou I..I .raw-
i.uitfiT In a f*ar data. from rour rbiM.il. t today H i< atiar-
iiri(M>i to mad., vi>u r.l wall MM
atron or aw>ny back oa (.mra at
ainpl> *<**.
IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only
SPECIAL IIIM'IIS are now nvuiliililr ill nur Itriim In- TnrrUnidr.
S|M'iulllslam il mil Swilll Ml-.'cl
Usually Now
Bots. Qilbeys Spanish Sherry
(Qts.) $2.98 2.60
Tins Chivcrs Raspberries .. .77 .69
Tina Cambridge Sausages .. 68 .62
Pkgs. Jello Puddings
Tins Kardomah Coffee
Pkgs. Polar Icing Sugar
Bottles Frontenac Beer
Prunes
U.u.illy
.23
.96
.37
.26
.68
Now
.20
80
.34
.22
.64
D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
ULYSSES
jamis Joyce
Htiilvd as *i Umatmrplmum bu writers
all arer the warltl
: ALSO :
By HI \ IIKKRBOIIM.
\n inn iii iis \i\/.t:
By ROBERT OLOVBL
llll Ill I SStKt.
By AVIW.'I HITHiRI).
sail- at - AIIV4H ATE S I A 8 IO.M IIV

A Biscuit is as good as
it's Pastry
CRAWFORD'S
BISCUITS
are justly famous for
their exquisite pastry.
TRY THESE EAVOLRITES
PUFF CREAMS
TRI-FRUIT PUFFS
SWEET ASSORTED
CREAM CRACKERS
IT'S THF. PASTRY THAT
COUNTS.
Give Yarn- Ovotmm
SEASONS MEETING!
By liiiiiin Tvlvphone
*jttaly Ihsl hinflnt la ipMfc to rv
I itrntf* and PMrib Overall
litvr ihrrii a urprihr ilunttr ihf
M#n s.-......
Dial (HI / Calls VOW
tABII i hlKHfSS and
THF. BARKAIMIS lUHMWtt 10.
art at your Service
For Pates see Ttttphone Directory page xm


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HARBDOS ADVOCATE
*
SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8. 151
K^^^***^^^**#**#*^^**###^####t$9i*$#**^#***mttt************** $ttt*** n***tt**.i-*ti*m-i*^**ZK
%
of the
PURITY BAKERIES LTD.
AWARDED 5 FIRST PRIZES OUT OF 6
AT THE INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION
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1st PRIZE
Butter Bread, 2 Loaves
1st PRIZE
Machine Bread, 4 Loaves,
Standard size
1st PRIZE
Plain Sweet Bread,
Manufactured for Sale
3 Loaves, Standard size
1st PRIZE
Whole Wheat (Bran) Bread
1st PRIZE
Fancy Sweet Bread, 4
Loaves, Standard size

It's PURITY BREAD
FOR
CONSISTENT QUALITY
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