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PACK TWO HA KB Al HIS AOV1XATK sATl'BDAV. IIEC'EMBER 22. IW1 Cahib galling Nephew ( dados for ,. holiday la Mr | British rued lienrecently i in.1 where hi obtained hi* Diplomc. m Agriculture at ItocDocwld Colbgt, McCUl was cnti .ma before going up Id Canada te f know Jctige in Agriruliui< Hi Mj ing al Hilton. M..swell. Christ Church artUi hi, father. Mr. E. A. Talma. Sugai On Messrs. Booker Brne.. British GulUt'. Talma who ing a holiday hi Barb-nnn • <*d home earlier te the Assistant Official Reporter / llOJ a ibt > %  nibiy %  noer on ruesday, .mother admuoii wu Mi. Jaii>'* P Iir..ii. %  iatt> ii Reportiloun. Mr. iiraihwailc who until hh quite ievent i^igitaUiMi_ was Mmur Kepintcr al the Agvwair. DJU bMn M journal is %  been at the BeJ*ae)eAdveDieti-lct. SI. O M" Y OUNG BASIL HOLLANDER from Mesterday were in Barbados earlier this, 1 Par B.G t>) RW.I.A. to imn his yet. on a holiday. d famiiv who are already "' there The> .impending CWrf\MMICW COLUWIi %  in Mr* Marsons parent*. Mr. .md MrStephen Psaila of "aSTt . P I Not Enough Funs Fi f Shorn***. S.J He had been naatftini at fit. Patrick's R.C. Chureh durmi the absence of Fr dfr, Parkinson Sitters S I'rNDJNti .i holiday in Rarbai. UM Misses Vena and (Jrassj Griffith of Trinidad wh. ONLY Om SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN TWS IXOTING FIA6RANCC Ywr sal* will ha (eo Ver.iwNhr.. desire W r del*, y from h t a a Ut ll 'it yen bath* with fragrant Cashmere Bouquet Beauty Soap. ^a4t/i44te*eeoua£?~ PIRFUMID SIAUT* SOP About Sport %  %  -I vri.iii ituin Royal College of Music •" Vllte N I, I, L Bl ATI (LH.4M.I d 1 LIKED the sustention, on this, p-ife the other day. that we in this country' do not make enough fuai abaart sport. If this 1* so. I blame the unscnsntlonal •leadlines. ved hare recently on their flrat ^S^GT '2. "SB£lmay, • >>. i,i. P ri TI>. ,.• **.• satisfy the regular follower* of. ^? • enjoying their holiday nUrm „, p,^ ^.j ^^^! oMt are liking forward to. won„. ^ l ^ r ^ ncolumns. barful i hr^imas. Thaw people must be attacked Vena to a civil servant attached through their imagination. "Three. •o the Treasury in Port-of-Spain Turkish Woman To Play rdr vhilt Oracc is a school taacher at Bup-'-rland" would probably T..urigua E.C Bchnol They are arrest the eye, and compel even toith slaying al Rydal Water* the apathetic to read on. And If Qua* llouac. WorUiing it be objected that people would I E B %  i of Mr i of S-nilli me waa a pas TWSJ Winners had %  ssjsrssi trss p-"*" H c,ur p "" nu T HE resultof the two raffle* —----...lanieed by Mrs J. H. WUStto reply uld only by^ dassatogf rale. Ourfcng tie whole pcriuil. aaruaer on Uie UaJBaa on her way kbuon at the Annual Baiaar In a yy normally curious part of his work fits bean Uie reto England. Miss lialley will enter ;.ld of the Old Ladles' Home are.J\ m^ Twelve Goals Tor porting of the u*Ule B in the House the Hoyal < olleue of Music next Winner of the Largo Pressed oioaaop In Three Minutes." of Assembly and the Legislative term which begin* Jjnu.u7th. IMI -Mtos^ Margaret Bentiey of would think there waa more In Council. He has abo reported m1B52 ternallonal and inter-colonial conferences held in the Island 1 "•evere! uccuatoiu he ha Ch.ef Rrporter Of the lUrnaelee vrttrrU y W-B lLincln#f hr( ui h the January adltion of the OasV Co-nrfort W I1II4I waiting m the reception room of my dentist nf the Doll's House complete with furniture—Mrs. H. L. Messiah of Ciimduna". Bishop's Court Hill. n !'. tl !7K m0 t l,UC 1 C *f" Ull r!^J 1 ' i "' %  > whWn waa tincomfort-f ahortband and typewriting ( %  %  lal^nrl mpil iiiinihur I if r in Uua island, a good number of his pupils are holding rcponsibl' poats In uch fields >>oth at home and abroad. H* Happy |AI'PY b four years in — Miss Doreon Kuich. eldest daugh* % ,,,>l wr of Mr. and Mm. Errumt Km.li sg Istortow**, Hartlngg I a visit to her porenla ut %  hfoniia. Dorren HavelU J to Trinidad on the SJ. Marmaciun vis the Panama Canal and then flew from there home by B.W.I A. tton—"Smile. Will You "— Cure far taothaeae: Take a mouthf'the Btassa milil it botls Puerto Rico And Virgins bout "AM R H L N. ASCOUCJII. DlviCanadu is ^** ," ton "L Ma W'. S* 5 '** .* nd San Burtlelgh" Strathclyde Winner football than he had suspected, "*" and only a highbrow could realst "Film Star Heads Referee Through Ooal," or Shefflald Wednesday Backs Mobbed By fsrrata." I SEE that a lot of forged old masters have come to light. As Timothy Shy remarked at the time of the Van Meegeren resident at JamatrOrgerio*. if all that the experts Island. USA.Sheirrtvad want of a picture la genuine. (W.I > Ltd Annual Leave Vl'i anil Mrs. Kenneth Jaaataic. L.I. pAYIN.i her first visit back to %  Barbados after an absence of 3S years Is Mr*. Alfred Holder Bai I n Cg 1^K1| here lust week by the B.t. Feft signatures, why not cut teiem oft T ew n saw a g and is staying at the old masters and give them I^-uU>n-on-Sea, The Stream, until to them? January 28 when she will lesve for a*"\N reading about a firm which a \J TO-MOBROW A MONDAY, 4 M A S.30 Col'imhm Smashing Double — ROBERT YOUNG — MAROUFBITE CHAPMAN — 1W ""Wntmrrr** and HOHSIMW Or THE SMERBAS Starring: CHARLES STARRETT SMILEY BURNETT Juan. Puerto Rico, for posts crtlslng material to "m 1 ','i k V.?? *•* %  ' or returning home. lighthous^-bsulcfssri; I began to Puerto Rko Cmrtirtg out with Mrs. Holder. wdsr what go-ahead OM VI rain nd ""yl n st Lea ton-on-Sea. Is "n %  • M,.J i ...in. iti> r k> u „,,ii. u ua>_ ni slands He was M,v "* Lytlia Barker, another Baraccompanied by badian also of Jamaica, Long "" C. J. V v Lawkt>nd Saw Is now paying her hrst An, EnginU i>fk home nfter an absence of the sima o< ''3 year*. puny Thctr o took iugh Jayoung nine a campaign lo make people lighthouse-minded. How will he overcome saleeresistnncc in trie inland countriet>, where people will have to be convinced that they really need such luxuries? """" %  "" aV •Mir' 1 at prea.nl holidaying m %  e^^^^B Vhev wire met Barbados. Mr. Corbin who is with gf^^^gSsjl^ S. a well by > Alcoa Steamship i" In VeBaV Mri Ascough im his annual leave Idle H I N *„ oi i.a Bn( j jj| r j. %  until Daceanber 3eHh. Uw-y are Ho Urn *. liivlsonal Serretary, staying with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cable and Wireless Lewis of "Grosvenor". Spark Gap. Oerrtwon atl COftkUi and Mrs. Lewis are Here For Christmas M R. and Mn Curacao MacLhmald of T IM! ,itt.-n i>t <.r a county council tu husband brought lighthouse-. it House. to nirsningham!" Mr MacDonald is one of the "Thanks to you, Doris. Assistants attached to the Labour ,Tni "* <: "Good old liohlIX-partment of the Shell Company. "^^L npME sonps are depreasino cnouyn. but she rinoa them uith fears courstno doum her cheeks to the accompantmciir TcreTberarlno sobs. (Item about a cabaret.) A prophetess, after silling %  > BnllyjamesduB. | \ *< %  fr Ascough Wgl coniinu. Jus *\*]^ !" ^<* !" !1~~if Cahl. Win i Lranchhis area early in the new BY THE WAY B y Beackomter KluB. A I i . to find paper there Is a plc-liwurrylng al ery thing. The beusll ihould go t But in ture of I. has its head and neck stuck| n 1 through a window of the bus. aud b. idfi .o^drivgbbo^ma.,^MM i^".'.'...^^'...'^,''dfd" ST, X'r In lhr.iKh lh.lr own mW '"' "• ">ln li.r.r. Tor InU When man cUlm. E Hh. ... -r... ..".v pr.^ j JJgAd^ U-rewj PJJ'•" "n.propl •ndhl. ., %  1-monjttjUjj ll ,m Uw (i PJ M ^ £J possessions in a~ wav thiil does <-f CIHIM Interfars With bH neighbntirs. 2.000 th i he not. in some subtli jndermining trie cwentlal controls which safeguard society? Will not a time come when. through laxitv na*c UB urratim. th "^ fl * '"*> *" longer, Uiey nnd take to d'ui'f < Ii HI' Up a IHlltlillo I I a supplement to his Traffic Schedule, C Suet, Esq., deals PiiTrr / urn/nil. %  *HE story *>f the woman who cru i sakth the Look Left -Look Right ilgn* at crossings. Suet says: "The c ii a 11 m o' r c i Rl _: JT — 3 1 tt •, mm T HE Mori o( the !" .n who ">" "' ," %  %  "" ' wlurti w.y , „i ou TC lacli.i If, bv facini b.ckdoctor lh>l Ihjro . n tarn ,*„ fcj ,„ um if l.ci,„ ll,i. t..OV 1 'L' ." X?^ta In "M **" .* "" ""'" %  ">'". "" niiiKe tni* IMSIS for u piay ny m. .,* treat left aneht and vice Pierre Tombalr. louder of the !" "3* ,, K Ving th. Teve *J Ne t.iti-tc*. The blueVT" ffStoJ.gKsasnd m ire '*'" teteltaa and It .^W^n *o? So' ro^^ld" S. ould live In the board of a Uwking to the left, that is. at the >T giiTng traffic, you n Menllmontant who would bg %  cards on u I...I. .,( .i a gir rstou* the board Ifuthlng-attenrlsnt king. There imtJ ail_ Va ,,t ,cri % % %  look in ihe tippo>ight dislu dlr-J# i on x,, that IndlcaUd un'horus of m krtak< wm P .y | r „ Vl u ((rc prppanng to frozen |x.d for the „, v<(1 r mll JJ ,,? tno hinoceros. poisoned by wiU.o.,1 allamuUng to cross. It i> u one-way street. In % el low Ever>in. tn road, inless hich nme the halhing attendant tries to cafJ hW(f ,, „„ pot^ |n ,„.,„,, hl light hi* pit-with u wtuyushm tmtorv croM ni JS no ,'" u j-'.',"!. HSftSUi ,l1 '"* n-slfic will be coming from the oppo*ite direction to that InHlirom Us ruaro S Mlllll. It, i indigo tree, iti n 1 J> r asfore a soeai. ng the futility of acHon Al the end. a great cardboard box is carried on to the stage by footkiller* nnd Ihe bluebottle H driven int< it, and Ihe hurzinp ri sBg cated %  MM lluIrtiffii'n r*uir Trlmo fAc Hate* i/ivml R Es th C. Sl'ET. Esq., has succeeded. .tasisr. O) %  I n in ..icrice. it) i i i %  i nierliag. IWi in* aiia. ii; i l isrder r.t disa u iirpii neai %  \>m. Of K ;wtn. (SI oompouoa I i D.U. AdJ: aj LOB >^SP MARKING kuperciliously that "One would not suppose there was much future for a nxeeatei .. writer forgot Te.lmo who Joined a lire brigade and ate a IKijN-r. In getting all Ihe small fire at a grocer's shop while truffle between Fenton-street and bis mates were fiddling about with Gardner-street going In one direethe hoses. He was sacked because tson. thus (-rending eight consccuhe was no good al rescuing cat* %  eg "iic-wny street* Truffle He imned another brigade, and ate hich would have gone in the so manv fires and at such a speed other dlrsnuon win have to ,u* that the union objected. He then tlie ii HI four limes before going started eating dome s tic flrei %  k M the Junction of Elmsave fuel, and ended up a* Chairifld I'arker-street for reman "f the Fuel Board. NsAsot ihis", said Suet, "cuts out redundancy. /„ iMinuimg and keep.-,ui .A en fluw pg one* way traffic." T HAT i the ither sad slory of explorer who engaged I native as cook On the Qrst day the man looked In at the tent opening and said. "How would you like n p cooked?'* At VciMillesin !!• >( the more esSaricntury French remfart it ihe LIFT BfYIXfl Turtle Shop in Uie MARINE HOTEL AMM-I-DENT TOOTHPASTE COMPETITION FIBST PRIZE I Mrs. Ellen L. Burke. Bntton's Cross Road. '1 psssseff Amm-i-dent Toothpaste because when Amm-ident comes home to stay, you say goodbye to tooth decay." siroMi rni/r MrH. Pilgrim RaddlnV. St. Michael. "I prefer Amm-i-deeil loeshpaste becsuse I must be rrwe to mv teeth else ihvy will be false to me. Amm-i-dent ini.i.ii.-h o>f,-i^ ttn.th decay, keeping teeth white and gums Ufa] TIIIRIl ritl/r : Mr Harry Devaux, UWy Meade OarVen* I piefer Amia-, :iaat toothpaste bssMuse it has kept my teeth free from cavll.es from the ftm# I started using It. nearlv three years ago." Winners may call at the office of K. R. Hunte tt Co.. Ltd.. lor their pmes Wide range of Dtollnctl FREE GIFT WRAP with ever. GIFT ITEMS v mono Purchase. ni-fvivi. GLOBE Xmas Eve *,V////r'.V//r'///A EMPIRE TO-DAY. Uil I SHOWS. 4.43 *i I.M WITH 4 BIG REAL SHOWS l. P.M. S. .IS and MIDNITE -ANNA LI'tASTl starring: PAULETTE OODDARD — WILLIAM BISHOP EXTRA LATRBT BRITISH NEW8REELS ROYAL TO-DAY aalr. 4.1* ang 111 United Artist Double — •*UST WILLIAMS LUCK" Starring i WILLIAM GRAHAM GARRY MARSH and SLEEPING CAR TRIESTE" starring Jean Kent — Albert Lievei TO TO-MORROW only, 4.39 A Universal Double — • THE KILLERS HURT LANCASTER 'DEAR MURDERER OLYMPIC/ address, without bout who lives there. Ihrough the addresses telephone directory, and f he wunts a name, and does Dot care about the address he will find It on any electoral register unless the person In question ha* no vote. Students who have no Interest in either names or addresses should keep clear of the whole thing, nnd get on with their drinking •TM1E Idea of putting stuffed owls X in s belfry to scare bats does not go far enough. There must also be stuffed bats to attract live owls us it Is live owls and not stuffed ones thai attack Uve bats Then there must be live ferrets Mack the stuffed owls and so w attention of the live bit* Urom the live owls and live rut* to distract the attention of the live ferrets from stuffed rats, and stuffed badgers lo draw nff the live ferret* from the live rats, while the stuffed rats are attracting the llvr owb from the stuffed bals. And as night falls, .ill %  movement and uvaclty in the %  gc-old belfry. B.B.C Radio Programme TO-DAY only. 4.30 & 8.IS ..versal Double — "THE KILLERS" Marring BURT LANCASTER "SNOWBOUND' TO-MORROW oalr 4 J %  Ml l—M Doubl. — HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN BEWARE OF PITY II O V Y lO-DAY ONLY. 4M and • Universal Double — •• HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN' BEWARE OF PITY' TO-MORROW only. 4.311 i United Arti*l Double — •JUST WILLIAMS LUCK" With WILLIAM GRAHAM — GARRY MARSH and "SLEEPING CAR TO TRIESTE" with JEAN KENT—ALBERT LIEVEM 11 IS SSD. WiMi tea—its > %  4 n m V Hears. IS M U>. Wi. *: ... Tip Toe TUB**, > pin WBUN V Saulh Africa. SO* pm. InleriLiile. Ill pn M.i*lc Ooas OtSSHl W SPLIT IHOfJGHT that .. giraffe In a bus was a light I should ncvei e until the blue moon rose on the Feast ttf Sainl lllinglin in M.uvejoisi. tintil u*i year's leaves were on next year's trees, jokes waa to ask • Itew'Zei nnd the water of the Durance ran delegate, "At what age did > _^^__ uphill, and Paddy Hilev came back give up cannibalism?" 1 'She management and Staff of ^. $?. Svans St I & C Whttfields wish their Customers and friends 3i & %  %  THEY are flitting the tow or Allansanle Bpring, Florida, In two—one pan white, the "the: black. Mayor John Gnddard thinks that Utla will add gfeatl> lo thf general harmony" btcause now there srlU be no more bidding for the coloured vote" on the part of ofrke-ieahssr s The town has 31* whites and 201 Negro voters. ^^ v a ^ saa>f j ea aas 4 04iea ''' > ^ 1 s 71 71 'Very fMerry Christmas ZHappy & Prosperous StYew 'ty'earti — ID. C5?. Scans & trimmings '. om 1I1H-* SII.HI I FOR CONTINVOUH PLAZA %  TOWN UU1 231f. TO-DAY 4.43 sk 1.3*1 pn md continuing Daily Warner Technicolor Actloa: Randolph SCOTT David BRIAN phylln THAXTtR m FORT WORTH Estra Special—The Celor Short "HOLLYWOOD WONDEBLAND** ii < i \i NOTICE: Ne Massssaea en M en day 14th Tnee. 21th iXaaaa Day) iBTTewn A Ogatlnl NIGHT HHOWK AS I'SUAL AT B.M P.M. SPECIAL TO-DAY 9. SO a.m & I JO p.m • WILD BIAUTV" l"i POUTER—Lota COLLlEIt & "Wild Beant> King ef the Wild Harsea A "BIDEBB Of The SANTA FE ? &f > ENTSkTAINMIVT THROLOHOIT 1HI Ml.HI LOON*:: NOISEMAKFBS"! m '••', TO CJRF.FT THE SgfcrAc' NEW YEAR IHnner 3J.M k* Ihtace fl.M Members having D i n n e i Reservation* ^g ^ j ,li Iv % % %  ir. ed of their %  Ear i | tables *i*s BaS night. V riraae make Bsssfl k, rr — rx.li.iw m earlyeafT lllal 4Se ^MMKsuiMiistsifiinn?(nHn.' SPECIAL MIDNITE Moadar 14th HUM In) IRONTIUl LAW" AMI iwca imAn." PLAZA-emiN TO-DAY i TO-MOItROWl 4.49 A l ii.m Monocnun iw n u "iAO WOT" Uaytl NOLAN Audw MURPHY ; Jamti CLCABON AUx, Th. Chrlnm.. Shur: CMUTMA URAAM MIUNITK TONITE "RCUAM la Th. Mir Iti.b'Ti LOWEHY W.Uj VTRNON with bill ELLIOTT n. Ba< latar In MAKRHAI. Of RENO" ^PMlal Tw-a. t.M p.ra. •AN ANTONE AMSIIIB' MmnU ll.lr a "FIONTIEE INVEa-nGATO*' Allan -nocaj" LANE MIDNIGHT MONDAY (Xm, Evp. %  OtTCAHTII Of Th. TRA1LMonta HALE And HOWN DAKOTA 4r (tn Trucolor) Wl:h Rov ROGERS MIIIMII TONITE 1 Now Thriller. "OUTCASTS Of Th. TRAIL Monte HAL£~ •DOWN DAKOTA WAY" I in Trticolor) Roy HOOEB3 Comlnj ntlDAY JBTH '.in -t 45 & tun p.m. John WAYOT — Robert RYAN In %  •FLYING Color by Trchnicolor ST. JAMES Ta-gay A Te-saorrow s % %  .n [i m. Hat. SUN—3 P M. •YOUNO DANIEL BOONfc" Cmecolor) David BRUCE At James OLIVER CURWOOD'S CALL OF THE KLONDIKE KiTby GRANT & IIIIMMIK. Ttft Vt onder Dtsf MIDNITE TONiTE "KID rrsen KANSAS 1 Dick FORAN— Andy DEVINF. AND THE MASKED H1DER Johnny MACK BROWN Mhtnlte ) (Xmas Eve) -RANC1R LAND" Whip WILSON gt Andy CLYDE AND MtAND Of FEAR' Jimmy WARELY MONDAY IBPM. I -CBASHrNO THRI" Whip WIUSON A ''SfSOVA'ISOO" K.rbv GRANT a. Chiaea*. The Woader Dec



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ATmn*V. riFfFMBFR I 1M1 II \ I: It \IHIS ADVOCATE P.fbl iiiKir Dispensaries Going Lp In Br. Honduras Si. Lucia Is Backward In Agriculture \AKio i (r behind Ua #\.>7i/ Yaw MARTINIQUE Schemes For SUGAR UP IT'ipsI Indies Ifarbour Lug IN I \RLISLE BAY i Havi-tap*. I .-.....'. h In Writ Indian Govern; %  nailing I3UB.SM SI V A.f" Biiu-f the K'hrnuliw at ed under tlw Urmi %  ttoh Hondr, mtrodur*, be*ause the r ^ h( nmw Cl>loi ual Devet,.pf.w.u •en have Miner been eorm • „„ii Wrli... ,lm<>> ih for will be coBptotod shortly, the, ltt ., ^Khvv^5 lithe rrimiinlng two will I* thev could rE Mr 1 C PU rim, ,i' r / rL v ..,,, iMied early „. IK2. Ill addlthe * gg. ^f L T* E to UMM dsaDenseries. mill of Anruulture loW th* AsWoeate **"•'* ''"""K J57?ft" •lions will be built ht -IKI San rWro CulumUa. He said in-t M Luc.a used >o be nurse will be in residence two | coaling station and in add.tion. three days a week. Many Ibjrre were American and Brilitt -iw,„^ „ ^ ... II t IS \l Latest Ifm published t, Messrs C Ciarntkow Lin. ted, the weli-km.*,, l. %  don in gar broker* of assail uiodu.nui, m th* French Indies iiver %  numh-i 4 veers. j • %  -— • %  •• %  % %  '. • • %  ••>* n '**.a !" ^ tZO^TZ^*? • %  lire war level -* hue m <;,i.age-i* "*. MTB^TWU ..„ ''!*'. *"* '" already well be„, „ s ynnd thai pumt In Martini jue, s,*~ •• fetarssssa .. M made to Hnliart Honduras foi sugar prodw tion rear lied It) i>eak ' '• %  %  • %  a land survey A team of >clenti>t lit th* ltM/3W venae* when Si .404 will carry out a survey of the ton* war* produced The crop Itricta have become "dispentroops stationed in the island *!>• %  COMB) Aith a vie* to dedeclined during 't*e war. ir.' u K minded", and there Is a Manv people therefore got their termining the right use to which a low point of IJOu ions in number of villages and income from building barrack i for the land should be put. Tba raault* li'*4. In iwa>a\ it wax hack which have sent in inquest* the kroow iiwt laving out fleHs will bo incorporated in a aeries of to 21.Too tons aM in KNUfcO. ii. Intn IV.mii.tr. i' %  at i> Kn-tr fnv.i B) esrsart %  • %  04 JOMI>K. lor Dm-iux-i VHoomr B>htv*twi-D>iMmiift. England. Lawtam Armstrong waa Urgt appotntrd In the Catania I PUc* Service in December lMl as AaaisUut SuuenntciHlent of I 1 "!>-'\ Si. IjKia. He wjto Trinidad In April 1M1 as A-.-t.iFit Supcrintendciit Of %  !ic* and was formally transferred in February 1045, wbenhe •en-ad until his transfer to Parbado* a* Superintendaii! i< Police m March IM1. 0 ^s S Hir f %  the Rovemment within recent pith* Ior,tbeprovUlpn v r dnu"Thi ueopli in Si tjicia ar. n< f farntrtie* Fven tf rfnmoni h>..v-ilul*la>CDV thrr-t nf AgwHur€ llectilly. a leant Mii. w dlspe ns artaa, which ii • ^i**' indei not. it would in* be i^i-s,!,!,. t,. Mr A rieK Prampton, Agrici Dvido them with a tmnisi Q tl -'. ( i.il Anvivr to IhC CotnplroUtT, % shift ft> m<- t "hiaaaantoe) '-' ;, 'i ''" %  alaad to advise on b trainees are baing selected jgrlcultuml development projects. [h -i i fi-im an are.i which ha* present no midwife ,.i F>cvi*lapnient E girls will be ti.iiiH-d at the lilu tv Hoapital. On the* com"' a addition, he said that the co Won of their training, thev will new legUUtura intends to push required to return to th" dhiruulivir..l development and it is proved art for school*. The largest. Ct from whloh thoy ramc, and **P*c*e*l that in the near future, of $69,280 i-i for buildln interim reports; and main of the arafl be marked to *how *|part apurr m '.able fur fori* I j LantatkM rnipt, cattle nnrhing. ami mixed farming tli .i MI Honduras al* roceivaa $3,840 u enable the Public Works iJepntmcm to employ an additional architect foe six months mi tin (H'II.IT.UUIU of plans, drawwart* ings and estimates requited for the colony'* development plan of th* other grants rak of 7o.o*u tons '-* in IMI/43 I! fell .iw-y to 26.000 %  %  urns In IW3 14. The g.rwisl irend slnca then ruu l>e*n upwards to the 70,060-t.ai level hi. h was resaintd m iSEAWELL M. *H MOBILE CINEMA UNDER REPAIRS "" a.lHit..of it., Cinema Unit will be tnni>.u... ,u >oi|>enited a* lr.m Monday, iho Jlih Deeember. 11151 in the interval the Unit will ndergninjt repairn. •I. IM Probation Work In Barbados h First Class Siis VOWG Phc, setup for probation i acrleulti island "The augar industrv is functioning quite well Th< lui-. there at the moment i* for experimental Work with fertilisers That said, has juat been started i lledgling lianann Montserrat. The DftWlglofi Of tin* school, with places for 210 pupils will reduee overcrowding in the %  • %  oridiirv school, and will also relieve congestion in tho prlmnrv schools by providing a Minor education with praclic.il hum for children who would othci-Thare ii lledgling Ivanan.i inwise have to spend all their school tartlife m ihe primary school.A ed to push, the importance of grant of Sl.OOt ui made to uHnplete which is stc;iHlly Increasing. ThU work Of) the West End School in is baaed on the • %  Port of fresh AnguilLi. nnd a supplementary fruit to the I'nltad Kingdom.,;,„„ „, 16.374 (or a Mw Metho-lVVith regard to cocoanuta. he 1>t fcchou | ll( Caslriva. St Luci* t riaas. and although th. officer* rUntial increase In the price of ,.., mamUl ^,A hv the aarv rft *,,il to work long and ir regular.--O'pi a and thvit had stimulated the 'T? 2Laaasa3 „ Tha Us. I think it i quite wiSritanUng of more n-nanuU, pa. "SPSS** ^SSKTtsh^. "^ h while, particularly afteTw SiUrIy the M .Hfurniture ilta which have been nchievtd. crto on the whole this year was * %  ^ l jlw '^'9,. "'" 1 Mr. VivKi.i Young. Probation quite food, especially when it is ph-menUry grant of li.Ul for th-eiuploymcnl of extra stall u*^%. n > <-I1l.il! .11 I tit" Iliorili-Ol. out ii III ireaaad by the tn the Probation Bench, the Bar nnd aoJdttJoQ to other Cocoa Propiigatioii Scheme linI hv C V ind W funds This 1 already in oprratlon and the re. !.u better than war" De. nelpated rtni.iit. M. PUfrim who is Maying at ii,,sh C. %  1 .. dot -on Bea". Tlte Stream, was 1 OHe of Ihe Windward lalMsdi del*tie inaugural nieetinar of In Dominica, a bridge u built over the Gr md Hiv assure all-waath*r communication between Itoseau and the villages scattered between San Sauvcur and !-i plaine. A grant of 62.400 1approved for this pro* fact grant Of tlitOOS I* approved rover the cog) of 1 cuiiniunitv iviitre buildntludlng a central h.il Ni-hl•! %  '. ^___^^ Ij.liciilioiii.i.inh .1 IIF. Rot the V.ee/Chiinccllnr Allan Collym.irc in the 1 lianccry yeateruay granted the Bra tlon of Mr. 0 II. Adam*. tsel for Timothy Roodal in tho James William Perns, piain£ ad T. Roodal Defendant, tor nt of order to stay further •cedings and the defendant in £106 IS*, to plaintiff In full %  faction. 11..—. UrN.itt* M-lh.-Hl Bl< tltrl J.M-t (.iia.. ssMlyn t.ii*i-ii-.i !" I M> i-a. 11..1 1 BariMN M>.< *% %  •-m rUIwtUUjni AMI' kitM|> (lr.ir J"ir. C'' al .1 V1-..-1 M.iK.-.i m.n.1.1., Strln-lr •' Ml> Mma-i Henw whai lo do after OVfR INDUHih NCI !•* •*** mm* I— d sad Try aJka-Saltase aW M h r is said >.t bol if financial andl km. in n i M i j of puymenK. The plan Chief of Protocol at the State De il forward by Mr. Oliver i-ytteiion. Secretary of :ite CotoOkj Ha 1 < omni.Mlitios produ. tioti of aUBa whieh an alrandj bataifl produceaj rnalnly a aiwafluii but where political arrangemenU L he %  %  "111 the colonial production %  '"" 1 p> Won aaH tunoer consulting entirety of, i.ction. Huge Prcjeotg requirlnfl hardwood, and eomlng mainly gflena capital investmenU, ueh a* from British Honduras and Bri. groundnul |Jan Guianade:>end on the soluseheme. will be avoided, at tion of labour nnd shipping probJenst for the time tx-inot, lems. It 1a stated that there are dltifl • primarily eonpossibilities of increased producI are Cotton, copper mara> tion of petroleum in Trinidad. >i•mciea-.e production. This new* < iiion. |„ Hi* item is taken from the l>ondon ease ol the Wet I:.die m, ivasod Daily Telegraph. •ETAIN—Irnrn page 1. lamenof thow on wal NOTICE Premises will rem p.m. Saturday 3111 open 22nd and closed on Monday 24th. Gasolene open as usual. Christmas Day Station will be but will be closed CHELSEA GARAGE (19M) LTD. Pinfold Street lid find mirsei e situation. What do you think i left France to carry blofueeT 1 thought it might take g WTO the worse if ttM (iernmns eonled M would mean to turn over ha Germans the complete army %vo million men. ked about hi* sentencing Do llle |0 death he said it was BUS* De Gaulle loft tn France hout the authority of nfca ehics tain) but he In reply to query De Gaulle had returned rvj lid not have nnlc-n-l the naV te to be executed -Ii ffK^^OV>OV>tpMI NOTICE Our Workshop will be open AIX DAY on SATURDAY but will be closed on Monday December 24th for the Xmas Recess. The GASOLENE STATION will be open as usual. Our PARTS & ACCESSORIES Department Will be closed lor STOCK-TAKING from Thursday 27th lo Monday 31st. both dates inclusive. COURTESY 4.ARAGE W Mill MA UK IIOAII £o$*c*fa" Jlan.hpDlt afuud — ihs mccaii of ifouA fretting ii io aniiiadtf dspsndani on qood food, efficient MJwics and, in ihe Jjiopici, cool comfoAl. Waif we in I to due i to tfou and UOUAA, fan you* OJininq and Qininq PteaAuAe, a QLdi & AeAtawiant to which uou matf wiih to AetuAn aaain and aaain ... CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE NOW OPEN in Hastings Phone 4084 seat Alka-aaltser **. •„ -TI .i.l" BBBil Kaa. lanfl of AU aaadT-ahraea Alka.Seltzer: troarsunars in 'Csbncsc 'tWsttca rod and wrcL-dav Star — ii id. i • tr aeaaaVj ppuir fot week* --in. as, %  aeaastt and wearing • am ••iiiUrtlM In n ihras HUM*. Ask. too, tot %  irraatii i << aaiaeae 1 l^afcnh %  > Ivory, Klin, Hlur and tiirv Jd 1 >•! %  rat 5Sn s, ''aB ,0 *' [tgaiakss. Ml—| ""* W FORT ROYAL CARAGE LTD. PfcoM Z3S6 Sole Distributor! Pbone 4604 CHRISTMAS BEGINS IN THE KITCHEN!! si'li'ti iin'.stiii'ins at aaaav THE CORNER STORE STOVES and OVENS PLATES of all descriptions DISHES. JUGS CUPS and SAUCERS GLASS CUPS MIXING BOWLS ENAMEL SAUCEPANS ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS in fad Everything for the Kitchen.



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PAiK TWO HAKHAIHIS AUVOCATK SATl'KDAV. DECEMBER H. !*' QaJiib Qallhiq Nephew H Bui ...n Mr. Jean >lldjy U Talma of British. Guiana who arrived here recently %  obtained his !plomi> m Agriculture it Mat-Donald c >Uaft, McCiii I'mrer-ity. .: %  %  .-r. was employe,) in lhe Agrn ullural ..ua belore %  Stag up i" Caaoiia u. I tueawlctlge ,n Agriculture. %  lung ill Hilton. Mnawsll, Christ Church with hi, father, Mr. E. A. Talma. SJUfl Messrs Hooker Bros.. Rennet Qar> .ma who leave. Mr*. Talma wh. inn a holiday In Barond i*d home rarHrr pa the week Assistant Official Reporter W HaW Ho %  louse ol Assembly 44CM. 1.1,-mwr nn TIM%  atlUttUT lid Utptjll F. Bruth*.i.uwtM baa uceti Up* %  llOUM.. Mr. Bralhwelte who until hii quite ificnl resignation a*nioi Kep">lT *l the Advocate, U been %  jouxnalin ;. of what %  %  I.., I— n .,• t! K %  holiday l. who are already ndlng Christ.( tf/'j?'/; I \ CfHJ *t\ ; Mar-on', parent*. Mr it id MrStephen Psaila of ".SKtA u. , Hoi Enough Fun Si r Shorroeks. SJ. He h*t HMII ONLY ONC SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN TWS UOTWG FlAGtANCI Y avr skin will be cooler, tweeter.desire My dainty from haed re lee 'if ye* kolhe with fragrant Cashmere eouejoe* Beauty Seep. Sell Pn trka 's H.C. h during the absence of FT rr and Fr. Parkinv.n Sisters S PsWOlMG %  holiday in Barba... the Missei. Vena ead Grace Griffith of Trinidad who • lined here recently on their first visit to tl About Sport 1 LIKED the suggestion, on this pace the other day. that ^OA<�*tribUQt'ef P.RFUM.D -. v>'-*^*','ye-i*,v**CO' -ee>*','.'----, -. FlnUh pa*l < lOUSTMAS till"! remf*n at the • ertuiY soP MlVI 1 III II Ml I! Royal College of Music M" ISO N L 1L 1 .: I.AILLY (LH.s.11, dMafMei "i Hi and Mr*. J K lL.ii.-v ol Boutfa Unliiii St. George was a paDuring the whoUr period, aauiger on Uie Oelitlo on her way *lns< f his work has been lhe reto England. Miss Hailey will enter the II !" bat Iliiyal College of Music nest Legialallve tent, which begins January 7th. I Ml Comtfort \a/HILK walling in the rcceppert porting of thiof. Assembly and tht Council. Hi i-orted m!cinrftii>iial and inter-toloitlal coi>rerences held in QM IfttUsA On -evenil occasions he has actei as tTlhH Reporter o* the %  fltstH Ugaj room yesterday I was gLirtcing through -—cUw January edition of the Col** **•'?* *"] mt,a **?: agffj B which waa Ihkf comfortidvK-i' under the i of shorthand and typewriting a Oat) uland. a good number t his pupils are holding nvporuibl' poata In such Delds l>oth at home and abroad. Happy H APPY i*. b* home niter ubout four veara in Canada is Miss Doreen Kind., eldest doughWireless < ler of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kin.h aw", HaaUngs. " a visit to her parent* allei ^ bettday In Californui. Doret-n traveled to Trinidad on the *.s. Meemaitan via the Panama Canal and then flew from there home by B W I A. mi; lut uf advice under IMP *ap11. T Smile. Will You"'— Cure far taoutAefie: Take a I'KHilliful of enld water aod sll on the stove until II bath Puerto Rico And Virgins M R. II L N AflCOUGH, IM,flonal Manager. Cabhand M Ltd.. Is bin k from Ills official tour Puerto Rico the Virgin lands, lbwas panted by M Annual Leave R. and MrsKenneth C.i al pnewiii holidnvmn in BartMbdos. Mr. Corbtn who is with QM Aliua Steanubip Co., in Vene•ui !., b l at the Annual Bssaar In a NY normally curious id of the Old Ladles' Homeare:-f\ ..^o-Twelve Goats for Winner " prrhw. EMPIRE TO-DAY. Leet I SHOWS. 4.45 A I.M IColumbla Pictures presents — -A/VIVA LirCAST.t Starring : PAULKTTX GODDARD — WILLIAM BISHOP EXTRA LATMT BatfTISH M.H-.KI n -l-DENT TOOTHPASTE COMPETITION FIRST PBI7I I saw Am dent comes hi If*, Ellen 1. Burkr, Br it ton's Cross Road. n-i-den' Toothpaste because when Amm-iyou say goodbye to tooth decay'' SECOND PRIZE: Mrs 11. Pilgrim Radchffe. St. Michael. • I prefer Amm-t-dent loaahpeste because I most be tree to my teeth else they will be false to me. Amm-i-dent aety def.-rs tooth decay, keeping teeth white and gums %  THIRD PRIZE Mr ratfTi Devaux, Lady Meade Oaraens. I prefer Amra-i-iieat toothpaste besause it ha* kept my urefh frea from cavities from the flme I started using li nearly three years ago." Winners may call at the office of K. R Hume & Co.. Ltd.. lor their prtres OPEMXC CLOU IS Xmas Eve TO-MORROW A MONDAY, t It 1.30 n Smashing Double — ROBERT YOUNG — MARGUERITE CHAPMAN — IN paying her first fter an absence pflrtl bjgO C X'v" Lawl le>nd She u. iv An i Engln•>!' I'ark horn* of ihe seme "f ?3 y*as. pany. Thrir also took Here For Christadas hem through Ja\M )i and Mrs P. MacDonald of WITH 4 BIG REAL SHOWS 1.3* P.M. S. B.15 and MIDNfTF (*rmi-rrrrlon In Birmlnjrhom "It's very lovely here, Doris.'' "Yet. But there la no lightio who had been hullhouse. TornWhy dent you build 5 Tomt To lhink *" .. rf u 1,.MV sen "Miry, luniing „„„,._ Ttl# BI uylng •'\J husband brought lighthouse: Aar.*ih will continue his •• J3*j. Waters Guest Houm of C.ble and Wireless bsaaehA MT MacDonald Is one of tht i his area parly in the new Assistants utlachcd to the Labour IX'partment of the Shell Company They were met BY THE WAY B y Beachcomber nto T HE attempt of a county i ell to *Up people parking on .,, .— In erMifcr own i*9"d* fhe, %  rdens raien many que st io n s "lowed to keep eaten A prophetf: of the nc %  U SalsJ redueuun necromancers. i/ards. * %  uld people le allowed to keep -ereis. and tea-leaf leaders), and thoir cars In theii garages? If so, .iRer dlsaerUnR u bat under a jdiould thev Inallowed lo drive gibbous moon, has announced that In throuBh" their own gates? Feet are growing larger For IhUr When a man claim* the right to reason says the prophetess, unce en property and his own more riemon-traung the i wav thM doe* "( reust ind Sffeet, "in the year iol Interfere with his neighbour*. J.OW ihe inan-in-the-atreet will l* he not. In some subtle way. wear atorklng*." Pursuing thu undermining trie cesential conargument, one may presume that my paper there Is a plr-Luorry if this very thing. The beast] ihould go through i, after sitting to Bnllytamcsduff. iluminlum lure has its head and neck through a window uf the bus, and I will warrant that even the most frantic animal-lover did nut offer liem it ii seat. And if there was a pay,_T*. ehlatrial present to say that the giraffe, was not roally there, the people who were trying to "pass down the car" must have had a merry answer ready for him. LeV irols which lafegu.'ird society? Will not %  time come when. thn>ugh laxltv of control or public apathy, a man will take foe ornmid his right to use his own garog<> for his own car* Flnalls. <4toul'l a man be allowed to put on his invn hat* \ ttomti'r ROPHECY as it I if nil lap |psm discard k longer, they and take to Hui'l r/rvim up a mudtll' I Pivrre Tnmlmlf lupplemcnt to hu Schedule. C Suet, Etq rrafn^ daahi with the Look Left—Look Right signs at eroaungs. Suet says: "The 1> CROSSWORD M. complained -f | burring In WBrd urde lhe .JneomlnK trafnractlsed ^*yia-f"*L* ,old hy J*? %L ^ hen on the right of the road. Freoeh N.airflstes. The blueIf. an the other hand bottle would be the hero and It ^ lhe 1#ft „ f he IO-fl ^ „. would live in the 'beard <* lookup u. the left, that is, at the anWfanuiL.ii bathing-attendant „„ ^ ^^ mu|r#, really a king There right „ lef and i^ llt lhr , chOfUj uf ,iKht db> tUl unatlion |0 that indicated^Tn.ni].-rt-.ke. s wjo play |c5 Vu^ propgta| to ..main frozen pond f.r the Dn )uu nwn sldc of hc ^,,4 %  "", %  %  "' l'i'i bj „,;„...,. ..ilen.pnng tu era* unl< •• It Is a one-way street, in which csee there Is no point In facing the g way before crossing, There would Ite embodied cards on a body of a 1 a girl in a 11 % %  thi paining %  tterssent • tmgulsh.! %  the bluebottle buzzes, mm.,, will be lareai lhe* i~en tia lium Hie urd a smii il.d .Mini in liw ludla^ tier. 1*1 >!l ill -ia i>u •**• %  1*1 %  -, las crMTSr twfOr.• mtsi. I 1 gun. 131 ad %  ymboshdng the futiiuy or action A( lhe end, a great cardboard box 11 i iittad n to tin -t-'*:'i'> '' %  >'bailers, and the bluebottle is driven Into it. and the buzzing .1 eg IM thr Iniffir't rnfir C SUET, Esq.. has succeeded, joined a Rre on noper, Jn getting all the email lire at 1 opposite direction to that Indicated" Trfmu at* Hatenificiml R l MARKING superciliouab that "One would not -oppose there %  eater.'' %  pun sera 1 brass up Oran'i J u niMtiaa. (Hi 141 4. rtia arks. (t. ... it. pier %  wore. Hi anaaavad it^cwr '•• l much future for a flre* writer forgot Tolmo wh> brigade and als 1 a grooar's shop wlule Itaffle between Fent.m-strect and bis mates were fiddling about with Gardner-street going in one direrthe hoses. He was sacked because tion, thus creating eight consecuhe v.as no good at rescuing cats Mva one-way gueata, TiarHc He joined another brigade, and ate huh would have gong Ua the so many rtres and at such a speed other dncrtion will have to cross that the union otaiected He then the rived four times before going started eating domestic Area, back to the Junction of Elmsave fuel, and ended up a Chatr%  tratt and linker-street for reman of the Fuel Board, direction via Nelson-street. "This", fan! Suet, -cut* Ail Hal* io INrmlnghain!" Thanks to you. Dori*. (Thinlcs: "Good old house.!-) T^HS sonpe are dcpresslno enouph, but ifte rlnos the: inch tears counrlno down her pneetoj to rhe afcornpaiil'nenc of rerf^berertag robs. (Item about a cabaret.1 FOREIGN student who wants lo And an address, wlthnut boul who livea thore, Ihrough the mldreo a stuck| In the telephone directory, am f he wants a name, and dues not care about the address he will And It on any electoral register unless the person in question han no vote. Students who have no Interest in either namea or addresses ihould keep clear of the whole thing, and get on with their qrin klnu TT^HE Idea of putting stuffed owls X m a belfry to scare bats does far enough. There must if,.,,,*,.*.,! Double — %  l*o be stuffed bats to attract, Uvei owls as it is live owls and noti ituffed ones that attack live bats Then there muit be live ferrets to attack the stuffed owls and NO draw attention of lhe live bats from the live owls and Hve ruts to dUlract the attention of the live ferrets from stuffed rats, and stuffed badgers to draw off the rive frrreta from the live rats, while tne stuffed ratare attracting the live owb from the sluffH batAnd H night falls, aD It movemem and vivacity m the age-old belfry. 1" ej %  dan AT wa. a rather sad story of \plurer who engaged a native .is OH* On the flrst da> lhe man looked In at the tent openand faid. "How would you like cooked-"" At Versailles In 118 of the more tlerncntary Fn 1 giraffe in I .1 % %  1 -ighl 1 should iicv i' until tin blue snaon rose on the V< M of Saint Chnghn I 1 in Marvejoisl. until last pi naxl >ear's trees, jokes was to ask a New'Zealand and the srator of the Durnnce ran delegate, "At what age did uphill, and Paddy ndry came back give up ''iwibaltanV" 15he ^Management and Staff of *&). SPECIAL TO-DAY 9 .in a.m. & 1.90 p.m %  uil.lt BEAUTY' Don PORTER—Lois COLLIER & "Wild Beanly' King af the Wild Harm A "RIDERS Of Thr SANTA FE SPECIAL MIDNITE Monday 24th (Xmas Eve) %  1 RUSTIER LAW Aad TRKiCES TRAIL" PLAZA-MSII* Mai lit4 TO-DAY 4V TO-MORROWR 4.45 at SJ0 p.m. Monogram p res en ts "BAD BOY Lloyd NOLAN Audi* MURPHY James GLEASON Also The Christmas fthor*. "CnatlSTMAS DRSAJT' MIDNITE TON1TE SCREAM la Tne DARK" Robert LOW'^lY Wally VERNON with BUI ELLIOTT aRed Rider In MARSHAL Of RENO" Special Te-day I 30 p.m. IAN ANTONE A.MMI Sll Mante Hale A FRONTIER IN\ I.ST It; A TOR' Allan Rocky" LANE MIDNIGHT MONDAY (Xma Eve) •OTTCASTS Of The TRAIL Monte HALE And DOWN DAKOTA WAY" (in Trucolor) Wi:h Roy ROGERS MIDNITE TONITE 2 New Thriller. "OUTCASTS Of The TRAIL" Monte HALEDOWN DAKOTA WAY" (In Trucolor) Roy ROGERS Coming FRIDAY MTH 2J0—4.45 Si 8.30 p.m. John WAYNE — Robert RYAN In FLYING LEATHKRNICKS Color by Teclmieolor GAIETY !" • %  " ST. JAMES Te-da> A To-aiorrow "Hi P m Mat. SUN—5 P M. 'YOUNG DANIEL ROONE" Cinecolor) David HRUCK L James OLIVER CURWOOD'S CALL Of TatE KLONDIKE Kir by GRANT A CHINOOK, The Weanwe Dot MIDNITE TONITE "KID FntSB KANSAH" Die* FORAN— Andy DEVINF. AND "TBJE MASKED MlllEL Johnny MACK BROWN MMnlte Meaany St (Xmas See) % %  RANGE LAND Wh.p WILSON & Andy CLYDE AND 'BRAND Of FEAR' Jimmy WAKELY MONDAY 8 PM. (Or.K ) -CRAHHfNO THRC Whip WIIsSON & •WSgsev DOO" Klrby GRANT St Chiaeeti. The Wonder Ua.



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SATURDAY DMTMnFR 22 1MI MAKn\DOS ADVOCATE I'W.I. niSEE Dispensaries Going I | In Br. Honduras iie now rural dispensaries in Brllish Honduras wttn in.n*lure built Biajbt -IKI S.n Pedro Coluir.Ua. A nurse will be in re?, i or three days a week. Many rtUjtrlcU have becomx "dispen&ary •minded", and there I* a large number Of village* and rays which have sent In reciuesu tu the government within lecent lar faerifWeir.T*VTTT 1f the mmir\ ware >vnW*l>kln>CDVCl ttte <-rwl nf Hitat i. la n.ii. ii would m* l>r po*-.iI.I.. to provide them with a U-. in# staff To m<. %  two trainees are being selected rach ymt from an area which has at present no midwife or nun*. The g.rN will l*. n rUMd at the Hah re Hoapital. On the completion of their i: i* required to return to the dlSirtet from which the* i •at up tn practice thenfur nun%  mum period of three vearx. Thl. na item is taken from the Hn% I9B Hdtuiuru Monthly II inlet In n governme nt publ ication. Probation Work In Barbados Is First Class SAIS romc Thft letup for probation w.uk in ??.'. ,?* vl r >' u P-">- far behind blaccs : and Cicii%  <"j a^n tauac the • •ther than agCKu.turr on i hich they eauld f\y. Mr E C •! Agriculture tokl the Adv.*** He Mid that St Lucia uaed •> be n coaUnfl station nnd In addition. %  %  • American and Rt ititt troopa stationed la the island. Many people therefore Rot ihetr income from building barrack: fo..in* out lleMs %  Thi EM %  Li are now %  I team i.f experts undei the chalrn i Mr A deK Iranptan, Aa>'> I). Uatal Advises to veiled the island to advlwOQ .•grlrult:ii:il development project.* !" ~"1 >MI II II QL their while, aajrliettlarb ... results which have been .i.-meveri be able to set up a similar probation aereiee In St. Vincent t> % % %  ii %  wa.s :>t pre*. limited. With regard to the training o< iuvanllea. he said thai they in hoping to start an gpprovt for boys at Fair Hall outatda of Kingstown in the new year Divorce Court in the Court for i>' .Matrimonial Cau-i* yes'cri.aUu made tu firiiuh Honduras foe a land survey. A teem of belenti.-t* will c-rry out .-urvey g| tivwhole colotty with a view to determining the right use to which the land should be put. The results ..icorporated in a aeries of interim reports, and maps of the palM) *dl he marked to show Hi' Mates (HIKS suitable lm foi i tantatlotl crops. cattle I and mixed farming British Honduras also receives S3.84U to enable the l*ublic Works I'-piiiment to employ in additional architect foi six months l piana, drawings and estimates leiuni '-..%  dtw-if.pment plan Three of the other grants approved are for schools. The large*., of left 2Rn ii for building a secondary-senior school at Plymouth. Montserrat The provision of Una school, with places for 210 pupils will reduce overcrowding in the %  -'in -ecotiduv school, and will also raueve eooajMoan in the primary •chools by providing a senior eslucatlon With a practical bias for children who would othci wise have to spend all their school life in the primary schools A grant of SI.Out is made to complete ttoi End School in Anguill.i. mid a supplementary grant of SS.II74 for %  new Mcthodi irtaa si USE for additional ...nstrurtlon wo neceasltated by the very soft soil conditions encountered mi the site, and to provide furniture Sl I..nia .ils.i t'-nv. II -u|" plemenury grant of $l.4Sl tor BM employment of extra staff ic<,uired in the rebuildlnit of burnt out Castries. In Dominica, a bridge is tu built over the Grind Hiviere assure sll-weathei eommuni turn between Koseau and the villages scattered between San Sauvcur and La Plaine. A grant of *2.4un is approved for thu project. A grant off $1(1.003 is approved for British Oman to cover the ..'.. centre building. Including n central hall, reading and writing rooms, etc. at Bartica. F^sequlbo. a rapidly developing township. The total grants approved In favour of the West Indian governments in 1931 now amounts to S4.*27.iJ!> Grants approved since the :i l %  • M ch 1844. to 130.764.375 M 1 %  I • V Anl.lr >VK %  Ml "-" U>rll> IWIW aai\ as I-atest hgures publutaeM Messrs C Ca*rnikow I m eaU^sMWsi la.svZt, e'on sugar hr.*.-r^ production in th FieiK-h W** N Jot Indies over a number .j yi*rs_ a.a show that production in M i nique Is steadily ruing lo It prewar level, while in t LUif'"*; loupe, sutpst is already w.H be, yond that point In Martmuue. -wi—.g. sugar produstum roaclied its i^ek r % %  'in the ItM/SU sessHfo when ,401 "* %  *ff* "T* tons wore produesd lhe crap ^ MMnui dcclinod during MM war. reselling ava—w VUwSSS, a low point r uon tn n •• ><- " Dominiea li'43/44. In ltH8'4X t WS4 ., k v h( '"" B k l -.1 M i HrtMki Offu it For Training Captain W. H H. Armstrong. Supailntendont of Police. Barba-I t uii accepted for u atg I months course of training at the! Police College. Hvron-on-Duna-1 more. England. Captain Armstrong waa flrsl i apputnted In the Colonial Potie* S,-rvke in De.-emTj.-r 1941 as! Assistant Superintendent of Pnl* in\ St Ian-la. He lo Trinidad in Apiil 1>44 sj Assistant .Superintendent of Police and was rormallv transferred In February itH5. where he, %  ^rved until his transfer to Parbsdos ss Superintendent of Poli.-e m March IM1. *v SO, hfV JAPANESE PRESENT KIMONO TO MRS. TRUMAN to 22.7QO tons and output jumped f< Ji.ioo biggest spur' of an uas in the imp/tl season hen tha M.fHio Ion. w.i< reach.il Q .(. jaajpe did not suffer su< ii decline during the war. and haa thus been able to impn.ve tiver prewar figures Frem a 1WSB/SJ pi'Klucliun Of AH.oasj tuns, lhe ion .letually IneriMM-d earls in the war to raaarh a i>ah of ,o in 1MI/42 It fell away to 20.000 %  ,n 1M3'44. The gs-neial Irenil since then eta* been upwards to the 70.000-ton level whi. h was regained m 1950 51. This information is taken from a ltilti-.li Cnit.il I'rvts releasi i %  * VinrwiC^nl>b^ i-" SKAW ELL *\ ov %  aval %  ass ii. ii lots Katsa %  MOBILE CINEMA UNDER REPAIRS rua actlvrua „f ;( .. \ C.nema Unit will be t.„. ...•( %  miled at from Monday, ih* 24lh December. 1951 In the interval the Unit wilt he undergoing repairs. awi io iimothy DHIIM. ssr %  •• .... i.ii. a— •< i.. rtun i .-(.•a WlOal M..,..(.! KkKara.. •I. *.< %  ... M . i.rlM"' II I %  Vpplicalion Granted THE Hon. the Vice /Chancellor. Sir Allan Colly mure In the Court 1 .,f Clianci-i v yajMajgtju planted the application '.f Mi. Q H. Adams. counsel for Timothy Rood a I in tha suit James William Pern?. plaintiff and T. Roodal Defendant, for consent of order to stay further proceeding* and the defendant Ci pay £106 13s. tn plaintiff In full ati -f LI dam. nn; -' %  i.tly The leader of lanooiono jnpnn•Uuu pciluy M CMI Buddhist Sett preeentod %  nmuiate colonial production ->f Japanese silk kimomi for Mr~ Tru%  d ItU | thg man Thursday to John Simmons. balance of payments. The plan Chief of Protocol at the Slate Dewas put forward by Mr. Oliver part men t.—U.P. l-yttelton. Secretary of Stale for tiKCotoniea He propoaag to cone i %  fSl*? 1 " r :l mr %  %  l| "'" piuduetiun of augar 1* said \o bol re already being pr.idurrd mainly a question of financial and 'i hstn.it I quantities, but where politico! arrangements. ,m-rca*es ;'•"""; "' %  ,,.C 5 taZEd production o? ta.n.il by comp.arnt.vely -mall „ mbcr insisting entirely ol acti.,.1. Huge Projecs re.ni.ruig hardwood, and omlng mainly goal capital investmenu. uch a. from British Honduras and Brithe East African groundnut tish Guiana—depend on the solu%  ^cheme. will be avoided. p| lion of labour and shipping probJoesl for the turnbeing) lems. It la stated that there are Qasrunodltk pcMHsil] rone pnainhiHllag of increased produotOB, OOppgr, man> Uon Of petroleum In Trinidad. Ugar, tlmher. vegetabal Investigations are being put in niH ami eeo. and paf/oatupt. hand lo ascertain precisely what iPtoductsDn plans will be em rusted capital equipment would be need[io j, II. ate enterprise alone, or in • by lhe various companies to partnership with the Colonial Deincrease production. This news CoM-it.iiu.n. In the item is taken from the London 4.the WOW indies. imicasoB Daih Telegraph. SBSIA \oii( i: PETAIN—from page 1. would find ourselves m n lnmen-| labla situation. Q. What do you think of thow| who left France to carry on %  in colonies? A. I thought it might take a t for the worse if the Germans c -.inued. It would mean to lui n ov*. | to the. German?, the complete army >>f two million men. Asked about his sentencing Du Gaulle to death he said it was I because De Gaulle left In France! without the authority of hie ehieMi (Pelaln) but he In reply to query! If De Gaulle had returned l-.-.would net have nrderod the *en-| tence to be executed —I'J?. I Maaaas>aaaaasaa>aj innil l l l l Our Premises will remain open until 4 p.m. Saturday 22nd and will be closed on Monday 24th. Our Gasolene Station will be open as usual, but will be closed Christmas Day CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD. Pinfold Street NOTICE Our Workshop will be open AIX DAY on SATURDAY but will be closed on Monday December 24th for the Xmas Recess. The GASOLENE STATION will be open as usual. Our PARTS & ACCESSORIES Department Will be closed for STOCK-TAKING from Thursday 27th to Monday 31st. both dates inclusive. itfi*er in 'CelsntM I -.|...ii. rpuljrforwaek> aaSMI -nil .raring • eaaaaaai —O^IJUMMI in i %  >>'. asMS. Ask. loo. Car j^^S^^.# *tf.a s t f * t } $ % z I A MERRY XMAS WITH YOUR CAR 1 DRAIN £ REFILL YOUR \ SUMP "CASTHOL' WITH THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS x \z}zz*zimzzi-mziimi Britain's MOUII Oxford makes motoring news! liADS WAY IN LOW-COST "Quality First" mttofirtQ %  Bill lo meet world-wi l. saaa aj for a universal ear lh-i la eaeaomioal to operas**. englaed for speed and apruog teseaslort All seats atwttboatbawheelbaae. Itcaabe drlvea on long (ouin^ya srllb out faUgoo %  • 10drlv>r, an I eruisss cn-inoaily at high Spued K.IBOUI strsaa. Thi Morris Oifore la eae of •rltala'a most aaoeessful world sppMal If-eeailR aagsaji 'w" • "* %  •• L^ewiuo M UHH ttutmm m fssaarr mn luak HI>a '*-* %  *"•* •>.% % %  Maniim sressBk aai FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. PhoM 2385 Sole Di.tribuior. Ptwoe 4604 CHRISTMAS BEGINS IN THE KITCHEN! sflftl /host' itfnis tit *•#' THE CORNER STORE STOVES and OVENS PLATES of all descriptions DISHES. JUGS CUPS and SAUCERS GLASS CUPS MIXING BOWLS ENAMEL SAUCEPANS ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS in fact Ererything for lhe Kitchen.



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I'Ml FOfR RARR\DOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY. DECEMBER K. I*SI R\KB\DOSa*Am r O -h. i • ITM4 St, Btltltl*** Elou Science Works NOBODY'S DIARY Saturday. Ileramibrr 22. 1*31 VOT1.M. I iIh full i annot be assessed until tl I report of the office 111 chat has been publish.-.: Bill already it is possible to comment on certain facts which luiwn before ihe elections but which the elections have once again t limit. The lirst fact is that double-voting and adult suffrage ere uneasy bed-fellows. If M | bm party government, then tinvoter must have one VOVs Only. It is ludicrous to offer a voter one candidate of the political party which he or she supports and to give the same voter two votes. A voter docs not exercise the full privileges which exist in Barbados today unless he or she casts two votes. The existence of double-voting is therefore inconailtant with the party system. And in St Philip it had the curious i bringlBI two members of one political nto power at ihe expense ol law other candidate! who %  acfa received more individual vote* than tinjimmr im-mbi-i who was carried Into Ihe House on the double, vote. I u St Jamea too the use of the double vote by the Labour Party instead of the slogan "one K<">''" Bright easily haw captured two seats lor Labour in that constituency. The double \.!.. undoubtedly leads to result.wlu.li defeat the purposes of adult suffrage. But double voting is not Ihe only feature of the Barbadian electoral system which oaada revision. The logical sequence to single member cunsliteentios It Hi,creation of new constituencies. *lt i cjUHt Ulogkal for St. Andrew with 3,363 rod voters to return two members to the ll.it I.ul. ; llougt; of Assembly when si Michael with tt,?S8 registered voters returns an equal number. And it is ianusiu; that Uuparishes of St. Lucy, St. Andrew and St. Joseph where there are ll),a71 registered voters should li'Uirn six members to the House of Assembly while Christ Church with 12,612 voters only returns two. Voting by the existing parish system defeats the whole purpose of representative government. The only way to ensure fair representation is to remuke constituencies on a population basis. Taking W.OQO as an average electoral roll 24 members should be returned to the House of Assembly on a basis of one member for each residential %  raa '>1 lour thousand people. This would mean that all electoral districts as presently constituted would return a minimum of one member each except St. Lucy, St. Andrew and St. Joseph which would return two members instead of six as at present. It would not bo diBerflt to divide Barbados into new electoral groupings based on the distribution of population and'now that the new Government has announced its decision to discuss the Maude Keporl on local government the opportunity must be taken to decide what will be the new electoral districts. The present system cannot be called representative. Another argument in favour of representation by population districts is provided by the low percentage of votes cast In St. Michael. Of a total number of 32,735 registered voters only 17,136 exercised their privileges under adult suffrage. This low percentage ol voting is very noticeable when compared with St. Andrew which had the highest percentage of voters In the island. In St Michael where the largest number of voters is registered only '.'2 per cent, voted: in St. Andrew with the smallest number of electors m th,island UO'. cast their votes. Had St. Michael returned 8 members to the House, as it should have done on a population basis, then Voting would have bean much keener as a group of 4.000 •loeton would have greater faith in their candidate's ability to represent their interests than they possibly can have under the %  111 whereby two members are supposed lo represent more than 32,000 people. t 1 V Finally ihe fact that only 62.028 voted at last week's elections out of a total registered electoral of 95.939 shows that Barbadians are not yet so politically conscious that the will of the people can be taken for granted. If we add to the number of 33.911 who did rot use their double or single VOtej last week the 7.042 who refused to register, we lind that In an island where adults can vote. 40.953 refused to tak< d their privilege. To accept anything as inevitable in an island where %  nd their machinery provide to many curiosities would be displaying a lack of enterprise totally foreign to the lion traditions. The tieid is open for : organised political party to show what can be done, when Barbados gets representation on a population basis. that they Ana themselves in workin* for each other', stdfarc %  man's place In It. T.ward Mm %  but H u a start .• 1 .itui f.nth r>i th> future re U a man of peace, who •St dream is what he lei untlrroUud llir warla and mu'i 1,1.1 < 1 In It. If 1. I.,U lo rrwh 1MB *e*l It mwM have universal free4oas. declare* an American pSffSkSB] ind Nobel Prtxr winner. By !>r A ft Till i: II. ( OMITON Iron, the KIwinK Macula* The growth or science is an "f UM might that are working toward the ':' edom for 1 R • an w.irncd, and properly so, about the strorm SmiiSSnTi? JUTHS, 1!? £ •' %  u -" " •**>"" "< % %  "< laboratories working OD war problems, and the vast preponderance -lenre that is being dcealopad ouOeda UM> u.,n Curtain. During World Wnrll. the lalmra%  %  1 hHllDI UW n;it lahorat (tries of Wuh all due respect to the many competent Russian scientists, that balance u now f 1 nab in the free ,. worlds favour Nor don the one, 22L! way flow of information through Ihe Iron Curtain substantially bala. .: expti %  its paoplsK *iimd. a if "n*> is to be happy in ouch cofar greater command of nature's operation, he must be interested doing the things manin the welfare ol hia fellows. Thati kind wanU to do; and third, peris. one must to** his neighbour aa haps most important at all. the himself. In a society based on MONDAY—N science and of the technology, this becomes the law scientific spirit re ; Bft of survival The second requirement i tfut nd their an understandnature 1%  importance In an age -rf science. .-•:M> UM ciaMeunence of the ineroasing igSSlsHrallpn ..mi .rf society. Thai n BSSS necessary many afcills concerned | with coordination of effort, such. H the telephone operator, the railroad man. the salesman, the %eereUry. Yet more sigmncant Is trie need for those who can i.mtroi the aortal system and, nitde it wisely the factory foreman, the manager, the politl1-..-•ks not only b-ialc technical knowledge, 1 under-1 It TTfor frWZfc BOOKS way 1 today as it has beei [he dawn of history that the r.ht to shape the world must be *on by guarding against those who want lo enslave then fellow men. Thus il was that atumic i-ncrgy, the dream of scatoUalg as but also broad huma the future source of warmth and .landing are 1 UMful power, dawned nd found Its llrst great stopping a tragic war. Now ihe great problem tlt.it to make life what men good will want it l 1 be. Thi the task on whicVi UM '.(.u inventor, the educator, the maasgad rtlfM such reasons that ppllcaseientinc technology growing %  1 11 ..nd l, lri ,,.,. f_,~ -"u invenior, inc %  ^S/! mT -— • i.r,"and"H^u;'tn.;i "i. t i^atoVie S ". fc*" lh *J l f ht Ul *****• ^ of scientists to exchange cdom thfcl mcn "• Wlll,n ,n ideas Is essential to the rigorous i their work. It la pxo' th lovishy gain from hiii enforced secrecy is more ii MI Imt by the shackles which , ., ,, Uchnical advances work f< Hi mind, as long as the bappinesii of man To the ty — -' *K& Ik.. ... illing to f'rht wars jigains: those who 'ilcl force a life of enslavement 1 humanity. The question frequently •ed wheMiei more than twice the number of college graduates needed a ago. This growth 111 education mean* great* •verysue f> understand Lnd to make himself a living part of his world. The third requirement of : that thought must be fni Such hus been the exff %  l %  lente of the ages. When Itler declared that only such is science as was of distinctive BBd value la Germany was to be Uvi it>n. a great period of %  |y Gei %  .s.is at an end. tonUnue u be alert Dreefca, the Promethean n'ft "f Hhrtory has ahowu that only it 1. unllkel) Indeed thai Ihe belnrc a r qut-stiuiiable vaLua. undei free exch.*nge of Ideas can ince of militarv strenRth can be N"ne doubted that Daedalus's gift scienitdevelop Hi lull tlength. 1 111 the other "' Ie '' 1 wrought tu nun •OTPtM The *harp %  laced by hand. It Is not Impossible that If a,ld strife. These are the ancient the Soviets on the teaching of develops sufficiently counterpart to the present attitude aanctt c i and the Soviet HUM In may In fact so toward the gas engine and atomic lion Curtain upon >ng thrive Thus United Nations. In this ease she There -re three demands that it is that the nerd for ft leSaM will have become not a foe of the science makes. works lor greater freedom II free world, but .1 friend. Such rn <* nrs requirement is that is in such ways that the world's would be the happiest noasible jd'ople shall love one another. To ni-etl fo. -rtrongei • %  ui 1 oine of the present rivalry-. %  himself into society based on pcUlng people who would eg bj barel) lartnl on its acs enttfk technology, a person survive to love their neighbours, way and one may expect the great must become a spe ci a l i s t in carto try to understand their place 1 to gtare the world lain Balds ot knowledge and skills, in the world, and to seek fieedorr. tlif IHic.it glfll rirst, u vastly This in turn requires cooperation for themselves and for those tinderetanduig ol ihe M'-h others Jf on* Is to avre. And about them. . Thf I iii;lisli lloiiS4-%% ii'r THE English Housewife is a -itting hen—far too easy a target I. foi one. refuse to take Ota at f woman who has to make meals for a week out .1 food for one meal, never has enough money to buy .1 BrhOk OUtM at once, and has ieen chivvied foa years by uprobable shortage from hairpins to ham. So I hand the job of appraising the English Housewife to six people who have known her 1 One of Hi.MX knew her when she married and one knew hei be got divorced. One knew her In the fish queue and the other wt the beetrtj countei •! %  bet from abroad — md tin ether bai lives' In hei country fur years. %  'She manages her marriage all right"—said a director of EsravlnalOal who has been selling her wedding rings tor 30 years "She comes in on Saturday morning with the young Ban, Sod 'pays £5 to £fl tor a plain gold band (75 per nut of our widdino rinp sale* > [hen ftftM ten >ear or SO they con .. S..tui I 1 .ipain. He has a bonus, or it's %  I versa ry and he buys hei a diamond ring. I We tell 300 per cent, more diamond rtnyi than ii'i-ddi'iu nnus I And she SJVSI blRI a kiss rbjni here lo lbs shop. !" And If the marriage breaks up, there are words of praise from Ihe man who meets her then Shi 1 bSt B UtfOUfth hell in hold ;i m.irringe together when I meet her," said an official who has been thirty years in the divorce courts. "But once she's decided on divorce, she sees il through very well. She's not tough. she's not tiarful she iBmsUj coenes along to eoUSCt h*r divorce cither when Ihe in.uiiaue Ii stveti yeers old. or U years, or 21 She's a timid worn.*: inageress of Ynrdlev s salon. "She's far loo timid to ask the beauty girls what colours she should buy because she fjoeenl WSBI them to know 1 doesn't know all about II" And quite often she turns tall on the doorstep, scared of being looked down on b) eonM Hedy Lamarr of an assistant. But when she does come In, she spends an average of £2 to CS on being done over and equipplnfl bsrsstt wuh eeseMtass. "She's shrewd, IIMI YOU cant sell an English housewife the kind of poppy-lip glamour that goes down with American women." "She's a patient woman." said the man, from Mac Fish11.: And she's a belter shopper than she was. Bui her idea of a good high lea is still cod <635.ooo c*ri 1 old 10 Britain In a month)." "She's a shocking cook and a terrible dowd. said UBS Frenchman. "For dinner she pours a powder into a little water and calls it soup While peeling the potatoes and boiling the cabbage which form the basis ol English nourishment she nibbles a piece of toast on which she has spread some fish paste "All her Jobs from dawn until ihe end of the day are accompanied by the howling of the l.i.llo Count de Segonzac. after ten years in England, must take the credit for thai parUcular esliKr 1 In. 1 Minds Bui in my view they're all wide of the mark A belter assessment Is tins from Anita Loos: — "Any time uv pirut have fo work Ihe result, fiiiloricailv. is 1 fiat uv do things belter fian Ihe opposite sex. %  an (jeiiflenien ipilf go in all the iroublr of Jceepifio office hours and fioidlna board meetings and sending their Public Relations somewhere, in order to reach a dinner party to-night.' (3) The Hiittering-Up technique V*i I always have s ich a good choice" Mi Personal Charm "You'll do It for me. won't SHE'S so pathetically easily ; %  ...-< .1 !,. %  : The backs of hei children goini; oft somewlere "here IBM perfectly hjppy and safe SHE dotes on the kind of *..mans magazine l6 per cent tead thumi lhat Is full of love scenes like this "He dropped on to hit IcSSST. look her bond 0d then set fit.. lips pasriot] nf coffss with nun whtls not. .111 .itilhoritutive voice hi heard i .:„-. ;,,, hinr< I .•! % %  U || one of the main patmaker. Through the years his ^ tereSftM Vleterr on the Allied sMe nunu* and fortune givw, as he T, "s •"* %  the picture unfoldedI cher is hed hold-over from the produceil a great variety : '' %  Brooklyn Supreme Court last warhas been an obvious popular "old-fashioned OBUdaSS," Mieree by Hu chairman ol Lite taUure Fred owned the first ear ever Orlevence t' :rimlltee of the rhc dean of America's military „.,,„ m white Plains, and he butlt Hnxiklyn Bar Association, seeking iituItanssD Baldwin, writes In u, c town's first cinema ihe^ue Ihs removal of magistrate Holand the New York Times that "OperaNow al M ^.^ w j^ Q,,, Sell ea unlit for the Bench. tion Strangle" the for the .,,, ........„. ....... •••"• ajag, his candies die with him. \ i ?'r r ? ,£Z F f Frc Bruening. WSS lb "">' %  %  '' the head by a "flying baton" durItouhle (nc performence of "Madam TWO Jt'ftlES sat on OKKM and that the baton was the court-room at Monla "symptom of dlssatisfsct, But whether The Rock's" prelOS B -rich was or was • Me will never be known The Judge's couisel won a ruling lhat this part of the erfdsnes be divrennrded. C'lmnasnce TOME WHAT MAV the affairs of a troubled world, there IS massive confidence—back*d by hard cash in the future ol American industry. In the past few days huge longterm loans totalling about 500 million dollars have been mad and by some of ihe toughest and most conservative of America's ''-•' %  > atdSaSt -to the chemicl. gomerr, Alabama, and took turr... the Bruening performance" on the ',';„?,', '". f\ !" ,mnu*-.. •' ring the Bee bursflai s.yuar-eld n< was out heard the Reeult: 1 1 rtvlcUons, Kecipe ill) t.REAT HLIZ/ARD [ 1B8S wrecked the ice-cream parthe conductor, Lestlo Halasr. HslSSl "Ml apologiseeven ihough I didn't hit him." Honour satisfied, the orchestr-i tioops back and the .Imw goes on IS minutes late. Referred -ll"H.n Rocky (Jraiiano the industries. >i e companies, savings MSA t inns SB uiuversily ive hel|>ed cough up the .estment experts rfdlcl that the petrol -nd ShOB dustries alone arc due %  sixfol by 1S0. that I pussibl> can't hurt the fishing fund I'm going to open the I beg. Would you believe the following fish story ? It's true. It aeems thst one on those who help Barbados to feed mouths by living here in the winter j months had been helping fishermen by. 11 !l,c fund and in lots of other I ways. This good fairy godmother even | went so far as to allow the owner of a fishing boat protection against the high seas at the expense of her fence. It rhymes but it isn't meant to make you laugh. Nobody could laugh at what happened next After the high seas were over the good fairy wanted to tidy up her fence (This was going to cost her much more than she gave to the fishermen's fund, but that's a detail). What happened ? Did the boat owner go down on his bended knees and thank her for rare hospitality not to mention financial loss for giving his boat protection against the high seas ? He might have done. I never listened to that part of the story. What really hurt me (me, the fisherman's friend) was to hear Ihe sequel The boat owner explained that not one fisherman could be found to lend a hand (without payment !) to pull his boat away from the fence. The story ends with the good fairy giving money to the boat owner to pay tishermen to help him pull his boat away. Such team work! Such gratitude to those poor people who have been stinting themselves this Christmas to swell the fishermen's fund! t wish I could call this another of my lying inventions. Unfortunately every word's true. And I hope the fishermen are ashamed as 1 am of this ungallant treatment of a kind lady. • • TI'fcSDAY — The simplicity of the St. James electors is reflected in my four year old son who was not given the vote under adult suffrage. By an oversight it seems because on returning home to-night after a drive on the coast he went running through the house shouting "one gone". He was so successful with this slogan that it didn't take him five minutes to corrupt his younger brother (aged two). He was shouting "one gone" too. I'm wondering where it all started. Buf it's a good slogan for children. • • WEDNESDAY—Popular superstitions would not normally be expected to add to the cost of living but I know one that does. It seems lhat a "duppy"—a most affectionate "duppy" on its record—has been going into a room where someone sleeps and for whose electricity bill I'm responsible. This duppy has, so the story goes, been going into the room, without taking the precaution ol opening the door first, and stroking the check of the sleeper. Frankly I wouldn't have thought this story worth telling but for one thing. The sleeper says the only thing to keep duppies away is to keep the electric bulb burning all night. If this goes on I'm going to try Ibi duppy act myself Only to lavish my*-endearment on the bulb. And then I'm sure no more duppies will play their tricks. I hope. • • it THURSDAY—The healthy correspondence in the newspapers about peas is a sign of our times (see Old Moore's Almanack if you won't take my word for it). What the correspondents overlook is that it doesn't seem to matter whether the law is enforced about growing peas if there is no law to ensure that the peas are eaten when they are grown. After all 1 if its flowering trees that are wanted oleanders will look better than peas. I thirik you'll find the law of peas has something to do with getting as much food as possible out of the land. Peas are food, but you wouldn't believe it when you hear that they've been throwing them away because there are not enough people who want to eat them. Seems daft doesn't it ? It is. • • • MilDAY — I have only just realised to-day we don't seem to hear so much about oil as we used to. There was a time when the very mention of the word used to divide friends and split families. I can even remember when people up in the House used to talk about nationalising the stuff. It seems that a bird in the hand is worth two in the bush. Or have I got my metaphors mixed ? I can't remember. Can vou ? • • SATURDAY — I understand that the grape vine wires are humming with the new intelligence Mr. Winston Churchill and Mr. Eden are coming to Barbadi next month (It's not far from Washington and Mr. Eden has been here before) Then the King and Queen are coming for that cruise. (The Kin^ planted a tree in Queen's Park and took charge of a burial party at Queen Anne's Fort) Anything is possible but if it really happens will anybody ever be able to stop Barbadians boasting about being little England ? Nobody WE Have A Wide Range Suitable for— CHRIST MAS P RESENTS %n%M All; SllllOMHV !£#*£>£*** iniiy rtivessfirtiV your taking final your taking final t-p A J itock of hit, him A> X n Tablv n-iiuirrmvnt* ajsj H He JMJ nlniiul i-vi-rything you an* liki'ly to ni'i'it W You arm invited 1 phonf 4472 or call -z^r-r •• at our slore with it* *--*„' iHMny parking nearby C. S. Pitcher & Co. iBendlx Fully Autolatlc WAHIIERS (Alas Parnall WAHIIERS with Drain Pump) 3.9 A 9.6 ru ft Slrrnr IIKEI' FREEZE INITS Da Costa & (i... Ltd. Alse Table & Floor Model Radiograms. hj HMV RECORDS A Wiit Selection ol Siii-ml. I lavMr.il & Popular Music LET US SOLVE YOUR GIFT PROBLEM A BottU 3-yxn-Old GOLD RUM A BRISTOL CREAM SHERRY A „ DRY SACS SHERRY A UEBFRAMULCH A SCHENLEYS WHISKEY CHOCOLATES CIGARETTES CHOCOLATES CHOCOLATE MINTS PEPPERMINT CREAMS CHURCHMAN'S CIGAHETTES CRAVEN A CIGARETTES MILK FED CHICKENS MILK FED DUCKS KRAFT CHEESE EDAM CHEESE CARR'S BISCUITS I'lHIM (TOWARDS To-n.w



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SATVRDAV. DFul \a Governmerit and 10 lh# ouatfe. **aTtaelaalatlon brousht down to the House that may be delrimentai to the people'* h %  w.m.iy t.e .t Mii.iii number IB the House, but the public can be s— n ed that our voices will be loudly heard In iheir interest. Our %  his respect Is quite clear tv everybody. We will eemiiHM M protect all sections of the cumin unity. "I hope that the L'bour CIovenuneM in Its s rength will maintain a sober balance and bring down legislation in the kl all cl iie> ." Mr. Goddard aald that the Electors' Association hoped to keep the nucleus of the Party %  .ogethcr and gjither strength for the next election. A-ked his view about the outcome of the election, he said that ho felt sure that it was not a true Indication that the public did not appreciate what the Electors' Association had done for them during the last legislative %  saeton, but 'ha* rather it was probably the natural result of adult sufTr.'ge (or the lint time, as had been een .ill ovt tinW • Indies. If tha' was correct. th' outcome was not altosclhcr urprising. Me fell -ipreth.it hv the next election by which time people would have htcomc oul c %  u,> of the new •lection sM-un, the FUi'tors' As'OrifflUon would have regained iheir prestige "On, ,„,,. r-o^e now is In show (I %  tint the ronAdenea the* repovi in ni |n the pn-4 ha' nor l>een mlsplaeed" OsrtnJ io •)• '. Mr r^ndd-rrt "10 Birtv I-I-I -.• v .i h id time in rtfta**, bu< .. %  HOLIDAYS WITH PAY ACT THE Holiday* with Pa> A comes into operation on'1st January. 1952. and becomes fully effective twelve months from that %  eM t, The m on %  MtoiimiM \oi.n4l IUIIdv with r*j t TWO WEEKS day with \mas Treat Vl Nightengale Home p y• i CTI, ym • fnrm |ho nut 'h' Dcitt'ons ( h.laiini) Tn. Pev Randolph Oswald Gi-orge. Curate of St. Peter Parish Church, was raised to the priesthood yesterday morning when he was ordained at St Mii-hacl's Cathedral bj the Rt. Rev Bishop Mandeville Rev George, a native of British Guiana, is %  Uollin td Re* I MorM of Si Silas and St Albans. Mr Philip E. Elder, (British Ginanal. Mr II. W Kilev and Mr E. C. Payne (both of Barbados I were ordained Deacons by the Bishop at thr same service. Mr Elder flew back to llritiih Guiana Shortly after he was ordained to help during the Christie... %  M'I. He i* expected ti be back In lime to begin next *eei at CodlilUtotl College. Mr Rijev and Mr. Payne will assist at local churehes durlnn the Christina* %  Mean Afceepti Non Sil Delcina CUike of Orange Hill. St. James accepted I non suit when hei case in which ah* ii.miK.i ilamages ut £a from defendant* John Sobers and Delcina Sobers of Apes Hill. St. Jam-* came before J. t*> ii. A. Vaurhan and A J. 11. Hanschr-i in the Asmtant Court ut App*->) yesterday. In ihe Petty Debt Court of District "E" Mr. S. II. Nurse gave judgmen in the case for the defendants and Clarke gave notke of appeal. Clarke In her evidence said that on September 9 while she was .it home the defendant Delcina Sobers threw stones at her front door damaging it. She claimed that rtpalfl COat hi about t.V Mr. FRED UODDAKI) Reluctant Buyer Wins Motor Car D.essed in a Jti and tweed ti. . %  .-. Bt rnard Hare"'".i ut si latwrenea Oap. Christ Church, walked into (he Centra) Police Slain.ii ft holding Ticket No X ltlt4 in tie hand. Thi*. tnkei won ihe First Prise, an Austin A 4U car. in the Barbados Bo>V and Girls 1 Chin hafrle which art DM d by lh< police The drswlmj M formed b> linn Robert I'hallrti-. .it the Bridge) OR Thursda> nlxhl HarewiKKl told .i PoUci bV that X—1604 mi the M he had bought for the bourht it in Probyri Street Bus Stand from a Policeman but b could not remember what the p> I iceman looked like. IIMid thai he WS ., bfl !, %  iuotant in buying this ticket but the Constable forced him to do m Denis Howard of Messrs. Manning It Co., City, won the Second Prms, .i Erlgkwln Me is the holder of Ticket No. Y 3704 The Thud Prize, a radiogiarr.. goes to Winston Bovell of Harts Gap Omst Church, holde,tf Ticket N., (; 1032. I. Harewood of Kbenerer. Si. l'hili|). Ihe holder Of I Z ?3. has won (he Fourth i'ri/t. : %  Blnam Scwinit Machine. Th<' Fifth Prise, a Sports Model Buy, !, by Holm. HI Tayloi i I Richmond Gap. St. Michael, holder of Ticket No. 2322. The prtlSS will be presented by Co one! Mb belliv Comi %  Police, at the Central Pi : lion at 10.80 a.m. to-day This was the second raffle to sored by the Police in sld Of the nnrbados Boys' and Girls' Club r qu..hbc with pay—A worker must Pormnll> serve during a period Dl twetM months witti one lanpaDyer on at learn m dairg u • mp l eyert ..n ., vtsluy, (nrmightly. monihK i on at least 150 day* if employed oi an hourly, daBj or other bai<. It > his < -i '"rminated after "he sanjrirstlon of thre* m> rttw bg -hall be entitle,) t fnr the i od ••' h meet. (0) AsMunl el llelida> Pay— A workei i enti'U-d to rei .\, belt n be Roej on holiday his "average pa] one-twenty-six h (1/19) of his basic wages earned during the period |n | ol which the two areekt 1 holiday if given. If the ho'Iday is taken In two pi the Srorker thi n mil -half of his pay" for each i>eriod. 3 Other provision* arc .i< (olDWS; ... %  lUllday ta advaaee— A worker, by agreemen with his employer, in I %  • %  a port or the whole of nil holiday in edvaoce, K hfai employment is subsequently tern completed one year 1 em%  iiMiit, the i m ike sppreprlaM ..... Uon p yabl i i i hi* empleysMi tbl Time af UklHg holiday— T!ei tcidos a ben inc ererkei bell i holiday. Il must I be given within six months ,.t the end ol UM year %  >' hh inplnyniint ,ml the employer muSI tive Uk B| kSBSt < I'll Mb lUIMays— An\ DUbl.c bolldaj occurring wi hln a peri" i of OR BBUSl holiday do-" nol count, and the worker must have an extension of one day in the length of his holiday Ho Idar on Termination of Fmployment—If Ihe employment of a worke, entitle.1 to .in annual hollil iv is lermlna ed before b* has w such holiday, the cn,pl rft ll'e i II Uie boys and gii Is ei.%  as The roii.Band under C .pi i\ t liaison played dance music to which ih' Qhitdren danced in ttv the BOOM The Children also sang Chrieaterda 531 %  G R \ (iinie.1 A I frot.! H that 1im ''! ri„. MUndMl „,,,, ,„, A,. ;"' %  ''''•' '"-" il %  ..!. to. .l-..,i Mil HI baui SMM I, .. Ti.. . ... Ihe pitt !. in ot. :o.l^ [ t'hrutm.i, ,hi|ipinf By Inc Un-.. Ml K. r. M.chi. told mc fHbani •'•'" "' '"i..;.-in, i.,„i..,..„' th.tMonfc.hom. would h.M '" Lddttlon.! „l„, jn d ,h,. w,.„ !•.•*•* >' %  " 'rnaHe more rh.ldroi, t„ I, !„.„, ",""""'*•"""•• %  ., ,, Ji. Ihr Horn.' He .aid Ih.n .'nr,t by bufdnrumF-i Arlliii' \pi,... .. -m ho. < n '' % %  ''""' """•' %  lionplt who work s, M ... ii. I %  I am '< %  l^iks l „,*^" O. i ,0 l,v ","" ""'^ '!•"'• SM„t MM* M ...• Promotions ST rP*' d """"• """'d I'*''t" "'• mo. in.' i„ i.,,,1 „ul Ml thr urn. s Smllh, 1, I. Cl.il .V,T. ?rS^WJ!"J"""'J""!'' Thr •!"••" form.,1, Ihe ,!•,• ,1 I ii o fonnr.il,„f ia€ Mjniw,,,. ,-lub .,,.1 in "' %  "*" rl „^w".'^!r B r, r.* nrth ""•'' '' % %  •• %  ' I'M-% % % % %  '-" Ini ihr Rood *i.rk lho> indon. h .,-„.,, bu naji ,„,. SlilkJ n1r"' l n Nl J "' M,.H,V > > Ii K Iben movfjd th, tMdo. A 1.U011 M I Phillip*. Loni *lr.,.i-~ vol. or Ihanlu. ,k. Andil,., Among thos, who w.rc pro^ir embvn ,,i ih. A -rrp Ml. Knd Mr*. Mcl> Symoi.ti6n .nd 12 rrnb t"''' "' u Et>cl mond. Mr J. K f Brt ac l UM Mr. monitor, tor thr sum.* F. D Mollle.v. Mr and MiH. s r. ..ttrndantB woik .l.nlj ,1 '"' s,. n,l--r tSl. I WalllM, Mr. V. Grimth. Mr ant SOT rounding Ihla parkin, an-, *> % %  *' Hold. Mm C I'larkr and Mr. (-. 11.11 IN IWO l-oauty %  u.loon.' all .IK tletMM -d.-i,. %  I,-M,II,-,. -T..,. pi %  M and man. oth.1 "_ m '' %  "'•"''al I|n|.i1nl. with II ll I fen -TV end** walk from Brawl street %  SiMiprinec"" Bringx Beer. (.laHsuare R 1 nt on the nirg., Th*. Saguenay Teiiinn.il-, prbwe arrived at Uarbado ." % %  -Oa yi stei.t.n ,\ in buUdinaa and on •rests ebere Hgbli ireri Maiing Weather men naid "ntght" would ntinue all day Visilnlil Thrive Driven Ftned U ; ii i irtflHh A< Ung A>llci Magistrate %  %  %  %  .iii.W'i l while (In-.. |on X-.-HI ..,. CoUymori Rock it .t i von n i ,, %  cbm Chun Ii %  uted to twenty yards. Trains ( '-2?2 on Mapp Hill l. %  runnlnj behind ~'' : '" 1 ,>. %  Cheduk and plain %  neaued, deleyo I Members of the Police practatiaf taim lag contest which w.u uc held SUGAR CROP MAY BE SL. K ,g Grnr *' P"*i si l ruliji on Christmas bank holiday. The boys will -,ing many l*>pular carols. C*pii,, C E. Haison will be one of the )udge of the ntest. • livertwd Ml d>OV UM IW II .it || | out %  ABOUT 65.000 TONS I EH M I U1 bo judged at prosent, the estimate for Uw oom1 .i.ii i"'|i appioximulelv Ifl-VOOO tons, (he Director of Ag( in ullure tol.l UM Advaeale terday. This | K subject t a according tn weather conditions i boiwaiii now one the ond %  .' t"'A FIRE of unknown uiii "" ,l '''•" M, %  '"' P"itl out. which bn-kc um i„ u tu-iii D i „,, Al preoonl be Mid Ihs wet at Wateunan's Village St J-na'' **' in '"vouraUle to DM 00n'< -bout H...I pjn, ,..i burn! 20 holes ..f fourth roa rl •""' ""' ^" llllu "" n f *• vt Ih. i ......... ... puuilodones. nuins Qibeoti <>t tha 0 nl* %  %  fjjpawmwmwi*s,i Canes Hum/ luisi Minute XMAS Presents Iron gWEATHERHEADSi Britain Will Nol Hrlp 0 from page I HUCKSTERS REMOVED TO TEMPLE YARD The Police have had to move the huckster* from Jamet Street and Chapel Street owing to the uf these streets St this Un The*e hucksters now nU ..t Temple Yard. Smuggler Fimxf Acting Justices H. A Vaughan and A. J II HoiMChnU in the Assistant Court <,I Appeal yesterday varied a decision of Mr (i. P Grimth Acting Police Magistrate ..f Uisuict "A" wh.. lined (\r.\u, I Roebuck Street C^ %  • be paid forthwith or two months' Imprisonment for the illegal l.mnmg of American cigarette-. Tneir Honour* jrOBtOHlSJ BlMd llrowne £2 to be paid forthwith . one month's imprisonment wll k i hard IUIMMII' Cpl, Murphy atlache^l to the Bridge Police St.itiin, t.' i the court ihat on December IH while on duty An the I he arrested the defendant with the cigarettes in his pa Their Hoimurs Imposed the moiiFi! of I. 4 appeal KEG So.nd MwiMffi: To Kjn{; George VI The following message hai been MM by the Chairman o! i I Economic Committee, %  '. Becretary of State for the. < for tmnsmUslon to His M ;.• % %  .. Delegates (rom the H'ltish Csrtbbeaa Oorer nm ents assemble.1 ..t the third meeting of tho ,, Ertwomir Committee. Iheb humble duty to tlie King, and are gratified and happy to learn ••! His Majesty's 1 ,. w a i d a health. They ,esi>eetfully hope a means of completing Ilia Majesty's convalescence and • | great happiness to the K | ,.va| subjects Their MajUo the King and Queen will rm.I it pesalble to visit the Brlrertitorledn%  'ml insured. Gifts Come From U.S. Trunks and package ,t | %  tuffs and clothing j.., r in practically every pan.sii Barlwdo* arrived yesterday fiv*,, the United Slate h b) tinss i UON Pioneer. Thoac Christmaa u girts from the people's relatives I in the c.s. formed the ., -When I part or the largo. .. „., The Aleoa Ptoneer alto brought always' .0 ba of regular mall, a bag when I am obliged to diooft b> •• %  registered mail. ..Jendar. tween Euiof>e and Ihe wide open ..nd general rargo. She left port gee, 1 will always choose U last night for Trinidad. She w BUMpo will unite by her• ibjuji be* i I t. .i i itlOB 1 movi-iiieii! to 10 EurOfM 11"^ oft.n IB lbs did I hear Churchill say. %  II and Koosevelt. I will Roosevelt Ami M. .! %  Hob'rt self Of not said. at all." ti —I'.P. 9R *'<> %  • A Baxea SjHIV s l'| I'll IMIM W CRI \>|s in BSSH MPAM \i.i. Msrshmellon a "*r\sc\Li.N Barlei s,„ „ „. .. MI. *J|Ri.sri ITS in Xsasa line I '" ProsMtalloa Pbu si oil n RHCM i Ml \i ^ ..nd doiens ol other kinds K tODA KIM t Ms *HH III Oltl.Ws ,|.., aUrhrom.tle MOI Ml S OHI.W I h -mill Un. 'erfume Novelllea 6 different kinds W (MAI m< M iTIONfl .11 kin. I. hMhsdbU Irlelei Xm-s Ir..,|.i ,„ IVs an Investment Here are soine of Ihe most useful in %  6QB6EQOS FnCNCH S. ENfiLlfiH CAHPETS FRKMH. in she Ut. 4" x 9(1. 5" lack <1C3.3I Mil. I" x lift, r Kurh Si73.!i 8fl. " x MR. 9" K.rh .i.ii."" ENOUSSl in tizc 411. t" x 711. Each 44.02 911. x 1011. 6" Each 11*141 911. x I2fl. Each SI22.M 111 l.s — in si.e 27" x 53" Each 12.311 27" x 54" Each 14.1* CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. 11, 12 & 13. BROAD STREET M OTIC E OUR OFFICE. STORES 8. WORKSHOP DEPARTMENTS WILL BE OPEN AM. BAY ON SATURDAY THE 22ND. DECEMBER. AND WILL BE CLOSED ON MONDAY THE 24TH DECEMBER The Barbados Foundry Ltd. win !" mm i)\n HKIIH... I OWN. •9 "* 9 3? •9 •9 •9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 %  f niv n-iiii y.OKK Mils ,|„ .„.,,, C Our SttN "'ill oe closed on %  MONDA 1 -Mil. DECEMBER B % %  %  H. Jason Jones & Cc Ltd TrsaW |m CALLING ALL!! Fir ftm* GSM Harffains z '. I .1 '1 s. I i i § GIVE THE OLD g PEOPLE A I BOTTLE OF I IHWMWIil %  c We take this opportunity to wish Our Customers and friends 71 ZHappy Christmas and Prosperous SWew tyear | HALLS WINtf lor XM.W % YOUR OLD FRIEND v with just a x | ? NEW LABEL I & X & m s. s. & & & I I I & l.iink I will I, .u. you run i.l I ^Ae West Sndia JSiscuit Co., £td.& B TKSHIilltf %  %  HHKflflHItf*^ S*S\? ih.B %  E , A[rtil% •*mini WEATHEIREADI III.. 9 i i i %  1 9 I-, u I 11 | 1 1 M-^rs Kniclil1 t.l * • lid V Bi.uh.TH l.LI \ M u./ltn A ( ., I t4lll OHK lll> 4 M.lltl I IIS 11. FVMMtatl II*IJM of 4 x M O U s uH aS S3.20 ntellon Ttm *'f I ol M.i>knit..~ii'Toffee %  1 B 1 IP CHOCOLATES In V I 11 %  nd Cadi KNIGHTS DRUG STORES •.:*.'.',;*,•**,*,*,*,;**.•.'*;.',*.•''*; ss.'s,'*',:'*' BEDROOM si.iri'Klts 111.1 I1SIS .111.I M'AIA'rS IIANOHACS in Plasllc and Ij-alhrr DRB88 LENl SWIM SUITS NYLON vii i< 1 HANMKMK llll'FS .1 BOX* NVl.'iN PANTItt, BLIPS lii: IIAMHY'S TA1.' OOYA, YARUI.RY'S and ATKINSON'S 'HIT BITS Hi Ulte 1 C'oloui IP IR .1111; re In Ci Hue, < TuniUOtst also t bi| %  TIES in Plsln 11 ind-pslnlod %  I'YJAMAS in Mvvral quulltn SOCKS, GARTER %  -. i) ,r..i Arrow SH< il i'VKAMIU HANIJKKJU MIEFS '. i) I RMAN S FOI N MN I 1 YARD] EV1 HIIAVINii SETS They Waul %  I ETE llAiif BKUSHB8 ROYS' TIES, SUM I PYJAMAS 11 GIRLS' PANTIES HANDBAGS ind ASK %  : %  SUITS si'evr/w. \00r10t: luit nil iiiwiMiMi M ODE CVETOMEEfl OI'R MORfc CALL l>KP\KIMIM"Ml Rl M \l\ OPE* 10R BtlEBim ON BAT0BDA1 '-' s nioMHUt (ROM \ M I Mil I I M II *.N|\(. 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SATTODAV. nrCrMBFR *2 1951 RARBADO \nvoi \n rw.i -I \ i \ Science Notes : New System Will Raise Efficiency Sharon. Pennsylvania — EnginNfrs of the Wcstuighou Corpor..' • ttn" j cooling lchnK|U thai raises llie Mc transI formers, it i* .cporled here Truatforman art machine* that .crease or decrease th voltage of l electric current — thus making I possible to send electricity alon*: ..high voltage line* from which InI dusttial users drnw their mnply, i reduce the voliagv 'or household UNThe limit on how much current i transformer can HandS trolled to a large extent by the heat the unit itself generates In operation, Wetlinghouse engineer* explain. By doing a ban keeping i transformer cool, Mafia•ars are able to get more work from It. That is the purpose of the new cooling system, which uses a "jet I -ynlhettc liquids known tu fluorocurbons to cool the inner working-, of the machine When the liquid npOl •way the heat ol the ii.. This method Is said to get rid of 10 times more heat than cooling systems previously used — immersing the transformer parts in a bath of oil or forcing a flow of tir past them. In experiments at the Westlnghnusc Transformei Division here, a transformer cooled by the vaporization method handled about 3so per cent more power than its normal capacity, the report siys. The new system is reported to be the first basic change made in transformer cooling methods in more lhan SO years. (ENf.lNILRS aTketrlrlfe >. Health of Red Prisoners The health of Chinese communist and North Korean prisoners of war is in-untamed at a high standard by United Nations medical experts. Communist prisoners get the same careful medical attention as the UN. sick and wounded.' Dysentery among communist prisoner?., for example, has bean reduced 75 per cent. Although this intestinal disease has been widespread in Korea for centuries. U-si.' doctors believed that proper medical care, including the use of new drugs, would control it In April 1951. %  UN medical taam headed by an American doctor went to Korea to attatik Hie problem of dysentery among prisoners. At that time the disease was rampant among the more than 100.000 Communist prisoners. Members of the U N. team treatad dysentery victims with the new antibiotic drugs such as tammyCln. aurcomycin. and chloromycotin. They also tackled the problem Of westo disposal and Improper sanitation, which caused the disease to spread. Proper sewage facilities were built. Incoming I wait dusted with DDT and given haircuts, showers, and Clean clothes. The U.S. Navy's Epidemic Disaaao Control Unit has bee.i helping in the programme. This unit operate* .' modem laboratory ship carnplatel* eojulpped to diagnose diseases. As a result f control measures, dysentery and other intestin.il diseases began to diminish rapidly Within one month the daily rate i among all prisoners was cut to 35 new cases per day and In two I months to only 10 per I Many prisoners also were found [ to suffer from tuberculosis which 1 they had contracted before joining llhe communist armies. "Most of I these patients are now getting I their first real treatment for the I disease." a U.N. hospital director "In many cases, we ore go, to send them back home ..sltliier thap they have been I" rears." Like other UN. patients, %  prisoner-of-war casualties are %  evacuated by air and railway %  from the front lines to hospitals. I Soldi rare often on an operating I table wifiin a few hours. i One prisoner-of-war hospital I consists of hundreds of permanent I and semi-permanent buildings. which servo as heated wards, I .-ray rooms, showers, and operating rooms. Its 15 surgeons, working both day and night shifts. often perform ns many "* 00 cperatinns a day. The hospital has %  unit that makes artificial Umbl for amputee prisoners. These limbs are made bv attaching a plastic cup. designed Individually tr UM .miners' mputat too, to parts of a patients use these artificial limbs until they are strong enough to g-i real artificial legs and arm* Prisoners of war arc also trained to make simple types of arms and legs so ih .! the) v. ill be able to help other soldiers when they have returned home to North Korea and China. Wounded communist soldiers— like all other U.N. patients—are given only the medical attention they request and are not forced to take any medicines or treatments against their will. (MEDICINE: International Co-oper.il ion > Battle Against I i' sssBi more important, without endangering human life. m anticoagulant • "iniioiind that reduces or prettmg of the blood It produces painless death by causmal bleeding. Anticoagulants were introduced as rodent irtBsjg by an Englishman. J. S. 0 Connor. He used one called dirumnrol to kill rats and mice "•i the island of Malta in 1847. Warfarin differs from previously developed poisons In that small .'mounts must be consumed over J period of several days to cause Jeath. While this delayed killing power is undesirable In some respects, it greatly reduces the d. nger to other anuna's. which are not likely to consume the poison in sufficiently large quantities to kill them. \ nice Warfarin is slowacting, tasteless, and does Bat ie>ult in any acquired tolerance wients usually feed several times Upon Hsl bait. Thus, a majority of i..is in the area will get a killing gskta Where theie are large numbers of rats and mice, it may be more desirable to use a fast-acting poison to produce immediate kills and follow up with the new chemical. the report says Warfarin has an excellent antidote to counteract its effects if humans consume it by mistake. The report makes clear, however. that common-sense precaution* must be taken. While this chemical provides a valuable tool for combating rats, the I>epartment of Interior emphasises that no poison ^11 U u M the rats and mice in a community, 01 even m a large building. Their nesting places and sources of food must be eliminated before they tan be controlhM effectively IHANTTATION). Science Notes And Briefs Patients with broken bones may recover in a shorter time with less discomfort as the resul. of a chemical called Wydaae, developed by the American Homo ProductCorporation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. This chemical, the company claims, helps the body dispose of excess fluids thst collect around broken bones, thus rapidly reducing swelling so that a snug-fltting plaster cast can be Immediately applied. The best method ot repairing bnakl in the abdominal walla (known as hernias) is metal reinforcement, a scientist at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine In the United States reports. The metal used is tantalum, woven Into a fine wire mesh. It docs not Interfere with the growth of body tissues; nor does It corrode In body fluids, according to the report. Th" metal is said to have proved successful in about 200 operations. • • • An improved dry chemical fire extinguisher is announced by the Ilctterby Company of New York City. Called "Fire Killer." it spreads a dry powder over a flame. On contact with the blaze the powder gives off carbon dioxide gas, which puts out the (ire Since the powder Is released aj a gas. it leave* no stains on the that "fre burning. The Company, which is exclusive ex* porter of the new extinguisher, says that the device can be especially useful in warm climates as its powder will not evaporate. The death rate among children Tuberculosis nwubeeti lectaea 1 ast four %  reports This disease claim* more victims under three years of age than all other form* llosai combined. Today, wilh new forms of treatment in use. more than half of the chilaa hive had the disease Appear a. health. %  are observed by doctors for several years to get recovery is complete Tdad Geologist Frozen To Death PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 17 Mr. [Lilly Elder, son of Mr Elder. Director of Trinidad Trading Company. Port-of-Spain who is a geologist in Canada was frozen to death by a blizzard while working in Canada. While rriving his car he was caught, left the car. and started walking no was found by a squad of Canadian Mounted Police. He left Trinidad 12 years ago for Canada entered St. Andrew's College, and later graduated at the Toronto I'niveisity Billy, as he was known to his friends was 20 His parents left by plane for the United Stales and hope to be it* Edmonton in time for the funeral. FinChhf* likvly T Dim a-/Vrr I'nthtiii/t Si-hint! in-wn ot on carrssps PORT-OF-SPA1N. Dec. 17. Plans for the establishment of a fire training school to prepare officers and men for the Are lighting Service* in UM llntish Caribbean are expected to be discussed nest rear among flra 1 Jamaica. British Qutana Barbados and Trinidad if a recent siiggestUon made bj Tl Inldad re CUefl Major, COJ tad. It has 1 irn suggested in Jamaica that the scheme should !*• discussed by the KinChief of that island and Mr. Cox. went further than that and suggested that the 1 %  Guiana be Invited. Tdad CustomTakings Slum Increase irrom Our Own C qrr—uonS n iti PORT-Or-SPAIN Dec. 13. More than $12,000,000 was collected in import duties by the Customs and Excise Dep-iiniiin. Por 1-of-Spain, during 1050 being en aaeteaeo of uto.BW amount collected from the same source in 1848. Excise duever, totalled nearly a million dollars leas than in 1850 the decrease being largely due to a decrease ot 81.033,157 on oil duties. Other item* of excise duty which showed decreases were warehouse rent and duty on edible oil and on lard compound, while rum and spirit duties, beer bitters and netted more money in 1M. Ijcence* provided $2,000 more revenue last year, while net receipts 'r<>m rejysjHtai won -tcercased by 8593.930. The figure tor impoi!. indicate that in spite of the lining cost of living, the Colony || consuming more each year. In l$5li. $15,000,000 worth of goods in various classes wen Imported than In IMH. The fad that . ire trying to save dollars i* proven by the Customs and Excise llgm I show that In 18*0 7 7 per cent less imports came here from 'he United State* and 3 5 per cent less from C.'Tiiid.. Tiu value of domestic aa y oftBi Including ship stores and bunsXCV, showed an Increase of moie than $30,000,000 in IB50. and the total value of thai year's export trade nuiudniL. itaang lor re-export was $*4,5iMr. noon than the total for I84W. Kuel. oil. mota n cocoa and coffee, nude pOt r OaQ tB n, fruit juices, manufactured asphalt and bitters wen ssra 111 1850 While %  less demand (Of rum. coconut nil, lime oil and raw asphalt. rMPFKUt II 4THIR* IINDEN BLOSSOM. Ill \ HYACINTH "^C .lust 1 rr ##*•?$?/ assW/./-||rgf/ahXsV a On Sale, first time in Barbados Italian Alabaster Ware, 50 Different types of Gifts for Christmas Handpicked Specially for Alphonso deLima Oh what a nasty cough. ZUBES bring rapid relief! ZUBES COUGH MIXTURC \ lliat'v c!l KAOWfl ; % %  Lei iugaanV SpcM.dl> %  afc for childree'i cough v \ i hoiilc M hemc i as REC? /UBES COUGH LOZENGES Tliesc arc v> hand) |o keen wiih SN in portet SUM Um i at) u> i.ikc. /utv bflag iiJkk relief in I MC and tuiling thiojl Ju*t rop one into your mouth as soon a% you feel that sore i h roiii coming on -I -\i t\/> Mam i nan aW ara /' /'/ HftHALEU in maraaotcf 'handbag. A tntffwill clear ,our hea.hr FROM ALL GOOO CHEMISTS AND STORES ^^^^^^ Han i • URiMi CO, sssslBlsaB <• DINE UIKISTMAS anil "Hi VEAK HS1IVITIF.S al %  III': it \IIII \IMS \llify foi arceptanceguarantee*, demnilies. etc £6.621 500 500 000 Reserve Fand 7 121,500 8 855.37 f> IM tnjm 34.279125 FIXrD bo subsidiary: Harclay* Oversea* Develomei.* I ; Inlti •Mioon -hare* of £10 esch fullv paid a' i 2 200.000 ..mounts written off Investments in fellow subsldiinc* ar rr>| let. amour*!* 134.404 i men off 4.950.4ul Beat, premises at co*1 less amount, written off Scientists and pobl orkers in many parts of the world are making progress in the ogrold battle against the rat. Improved sanitation, rat-proofing of building*, more effective poisons -all are helping decrease the de.,. rat population. About a year ago a new chemiI cal Warfarin, discovered Bfff a I scientist at the University el Wisconsin, WM released to the public at a rodentlclde Reports from all l parts of the United States place I this chemical high on the list of I effective poi.-u.ns for the MMtJlM I control o* ra^ ,nrt mic *'tni U i iDepertm. nnounces I here. I Selective control means getting %  rid of pests without killing *m"t c animals — auch as the family £434.233.475 font mt* oiilslandine seasstaa f 1 110.SW 'I ( %  I %  *• 3 iin Alriean Cc.let.Utl raraUan. %  n ru'romrlx* •>•*• butn runr.ll-e of • %  rtVif.Be> r rnl C-n*i. matto rn-itlM-f pi..HI ni l>... i PKOFIT AND LOSS ACCOfNT FOR THK YK.AR ENDED 30TII SEPTEMBER 1951 £ Its* r '.:<>.< BMV0M i M m. 156 673 Reserve fund Writing down Investment in Barclays Overseas Development Corporation Ltd. Premises reserve account '-..,.,.Interim dividends less income tax I '" < Proposed Anal dividends less income tax 149,551 Balance carried forward 250.000 200000 249.103 c I s (SO*-i CtM A C B*I*I U'MtM'"" *, 1 l.iaaVl..-rSaM-Ma 185.513 Profll unappropnated on 1st Octolter 1950 roflt after providing for taxation und after deducting transfers to Inner rcsc>rve^. i ;< serves proIW3 20! vision has rx rn made for diminution in value of ns>ct* 709 581 s-i. Th* *|f'*r>ta armninl C II > %  CU.qS) Inrlmliiiil lal lh— •(-.jiaT."" a.-i riser ateaetora' r.r. pu i IBM lh • %  r-*tHvlins •>noui %  **i C4S.KSB. t.7^973. .-.d I !<•• raipaaUval) ThtaearosaK %  mciitii Clll lhan .. eBm4BH •IBM flM>> £888.714 W Mil-Ms a II. *MITN i.-•..! Musnei i "" CfeiM a w i . pacNou Oiilsliindiiii: fciltire-. • • • OVBBaaUi LEWOTB—4W n"/ HOW H


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r\f.r six n.\RB\nos ADVOCATE MTUBSMT, DECEMBER J! ISM II X till I N < III I l/\ New Census Figures >ng HMU a. H lane* b. niB i i Newfoundland's gnlr) into Con* federation added taVBl 1951 census to'.il Excluding New. foundland. ihe poculatioi. totalled 13,536.446 as competed with :i \9M If) .Ml, an .nrre.i-r :•! or IT'pfTcmt % %  < %  %  IMl .mil I lahljug in tin 1991-31 ai pi %  %  %  -i ind mil fv latest in> i. .. t % % % %  !, riaMni 11 i* turn UM turn oC tii."..; *.. fc •idM 5 IMl.Sl I m .121. *nn| ,:4.ti;iJ :. ... I JH7t.M In IW41 den tlte margin Qutbvtnt.wo rim J population j(r<.i*. 3.J31 88'.%  meat l*i. i portlonnto increases of slighUy rnore than. 20 per cent in the ten Ontario'' population C J. OrttntK Paitiimm In the Court i UM chief Judge %  r ottaie-e Clarke of I 1 U, thv Mian Fif %  M | K Walctt. K< rWrjiiiil BotJeMi i appeared for Ottalese Clarke. Tbt lion ihr Chief Judge also hi antec Anthony Laurie Pile, 'ho constituted attorney of Rosemary Fiancii Kirkpatrick Pile an 1 Patrltlt Kiikp-iv tn rt England for 1<1tet if %  Pile. The will was ad.iiHled Ui probate on October 26 Mr. J S. B Dear IMl, M. U E H QUI or CoUle Catfoui %  0* Vh :• ed (or UM petitioner. WlIU of the f. Ilnwinr. fhr* persons were admitted to probate Clifford Ileit-iford Holder and Miirj Hell r, | i'l.,ii. ol St. Georg%  ltd Pnnce Kurd of Chi Make Mft you -nk fcr SleaiVs Liniment apply it to your rhtumatitm—then— Schooner Dania£> nsicrobloiosjj ATUbfl Will 1*01 Yukon Territory climbed in 1951 and related Ac Ida to 8 986 fmni 4,914 In 1941. while Applications an that of UM Northwest Territories documents should uirivc m Oltaw.. liMn-satd to 15.010 (rom 12,028. before February 15. 1952 Candidates will be notuled of their sue_ CamDCiition for ScientUU ss at the beginning of May. The for some lime, negotiation. Competition for acientlltl ftWftld may bc akcn up any ,, m have been g.slng on between the after notification, but preferably in government Of t*8 Netherlands A wiirld-wiin' eoSBpeuaOD of September or October. Antilles and a United States group nave ot' 'n Aruba, Bonaire and CuraBrtllsh Cr.lunibia's iHjpuIallO "(-..19tt fior. 817.M1 in 1911 la 1.153.059. Th propertioaate gain "i t) was the largest area gain. P IU %  T9.I*I9 in 1441 hlii %  %  %  %  Saskatchewan fell 7.8 per the Inrt eight ye DAERWOOD" DUE CHRISTMAS EVE %  •92 to H29 IM ..need 5.8 per i-e ,_ %  l fromSl? ti'-nV f >n w. S3.??; ' %  "boratorles Award* I ada Some forty Pust-doctorate „ onal Kimrch Council. Ottawa Fel^*shipwill be awarded In Canada, or to the Ch Ual ^2-S3 Suereesful candidate* lintrr National Rcs.ai.h Ci igle will receive I2J20 f c nad .. Africa ROUM, K marnod men will gel The money is tax free In addition, award winners from %  broad will get travel grants. Growth In Nova Seotta'i %  92 in 1941 to 838.27? while New Druntwldi'i I o j i %  o rrorn Utl Wl lo 312.186 PogHtlaUon Of Plil %  I About twents Post-doctorate ward Island increased J %  Fellowships are to !* %  grunted in par MDt. train 99.041 to !lT,t8*. pure chemistry and fourteen In p %  i.' i 1 The-Mtwo croups are 1941 ws lenubh at the Council's Ottawa Mi.81 in ii'i live Post-doctoral) nfflclnl Census of the i 1 ips, tenable at the Coun—a rise f kl.tlOl %  eni Prairie Regional taiboratory ray bo ndon. W.CI. Eng land P.H.O. ON LEAVE FROM MONDAY Or. U. O. SPayne. As-MStan. Port Health OfAcer. will be going 00 ten day*' eaav from Mondav Mr. W. A-Abraham 1 Chlet Board of Health I will act as Assistant Port Health Ornoer during the lea day* hotel butt! ( The motor vessel Daerwood xpc.ied lo arrive here Irproposed that Aruba Aruba on Christmas eve. I .i hotel wltn 230 donSchooner Pool informed 1 60 four-bed bungalow* Aa>*eate yesterday. % -bed tourist cabins Over a month ago. the Dai rill have a 63-room woad was reported missing ilub 1|1 bo her voyage from Grenad i The Baoalra he concession th' 1 understand'ill start in Aruba not latei lhan May. 1952 The i ..ratao is expeete.1 to be opened in January 1964. JanL.,in. I*5 ha' leeti mentioned as big date of a counlry Bonaire li thee* eondiI .Ilillci. the i-oni am-etied. it is %  i ^w&t*gf!g9T*J!9^gZ'' Jo r reliability *<< ii* re %  ntouihan-lflailt'i i.K;irrr3Nun % lutam-r i tuieij upoa.'~lak lor UM oai Muf FAMEi conquers Virol —the food for growth 1 lion i> a (uacenlraled lot IMI eonUining mall '\tract, -)H-. idiiv r.i,n..i fjt. igjg, .iKr(onluting gfaaaaa|i ami aiaaga latca, iib th*aasMaa al mmrral -alts .ni.I Minium' liild.'.n thrive ,.u \in.l l.e.,iu— il pratrlgaa thr bad Bageaassssl fisf *trengtb. \italitv and a sound ronstitiH JiWSM3V53V5rl1l*t5'.5>iVi**.'i I t you're really out tocoaquct a cough—to get to the root of it and destroy the germ—then ssk for Famel Syrup Why? Because famel S>rup docs so much more than ordinary cough mixtures. It contains lolublc lactocrcootc which it carried by the bloodstream to the throat and lungs and breathing passages, where it desrran the germs which cause the trouble. Ooce thegcrtns are destroyed then it's goodbye to the cough or cold. Meanwhile, the soothing balsams in Fame! Syrup jrc easing the irritated membranes tod the tonic rruneraU are keeping up your strength and powers of rcsisunvc. Famcl Syrup is a recognised medical product used for coughs, oMs, intlucn.'a and bronchial troubles. Il is widely recommended by DoctorsHospitab and Sanatoria. FAMEL SYRUP 'Jdiavttf M YOU CAN SEE IT I ^" VraaM > H iss Has sb— sfcaess igsaasa. saar •< %  * %  •<( *'*!*'• IIII§ *\%..... ) i" n*l to >u.i i>i. IO p>iHi %  1^ %  •• MvsJsaiMP • %  tsrtfshas %  %  • ••* iosii spaMt. Look oat lor *V/AV I -V// .V/AV-V. *-''. JOHNSON'S WAX POLISHES SHIMS II iTHOl I SMEAHMXG! CLEANS and WAX POLISHES FURNITURE. PAINT WORK AND ALL ENAMEL SURFACES LIQIIM Wax — For Floors and Furnilurr C.lo-Coaol — (or Linoleum. Tiles Varnished or Painted Floors CREAM WAX FLOOR CLEANER FLOOR SEALER Briuhien this Christmas wills JOHNSONS EE3 Heavy winds and seas pounded the v-hoonn l.nterprUr S %  he r three-day voyage from Dominica to Barbados. She sciled into Carlisle Bay yesterday with her sails badly torn. Captain McQuilkm -.aid that he I left Dominica for Barbados on proposed to present an ordinance Tuesday and met heavy in ittaar to the Legislature wthereby a almost throughout the voyage. I company tax exemption -will be The crew were k<-pl busy tern-1 grantnl to new Industries, inporanly mending the sail during eluding hotels. In the ease of the -he voyage. hotel group, the company would xempt from lax payment for The Enterprise %  ._ broufh* cargo comprising 68 ba*> of j copra. 2.7O0 ,....>. %  i .. 2.00 loose fruit. 38 firewood and 88 posts. She .* •onsigned to the Schooner PooL RATES Of tXCBA VGK CAMADA ill*-, p. CtieavM on 1 Bana-TS SI J lo OSSUIKI Dr.H. *T ISi Might I>rl). sit (x SS J 10'. pr CBU. %  r e-orr*.i. % UI1C > cwp... as i io. .__ cannot g et anything better for your muscular pami than Sloan i Liniment. Simply apply rt lightly don't rub— and relief qujck and certain. io IHI rmuai OP as ussa oa il ( %  •' fttit YitlfZeW /.ttr art /on In Action j Obtainable al all Leading Stores. wine $n VP TllfUC If AH * WINKS Look at your smile in the mirror Are your teeth as white as hers? Your smile can't be truly bright, unless your teeth arc really white! Pepsodent will uncover the natural brilliance of your smile, nuke your teeth sparkle! L'epsodcnt, you see, contains Irium, wonderful ingredient which floats away dull film and ugly stain* leaving teeih whiter than ever before THE TOOTHPASTE WITH IRIUM* K. J. 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r\c.r. rir.irr BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATCRDAY, DECEMBER 22. l5t CLASSIFIED ADS. TIUVHONC 2 SOS. la fir. Car* Calling %  on SALE DUD 'T JOHN-tin ". Il-t n..*w*.r, .S*l HENHltTTA Alft.lM.TA tata *< Re.. at hat (.—"ta-J.. V.i*. r, Ha" fti.k.1 Raa '?• A. >ir> Caa-a RirrMa rranbl-n Her nee Ufa t..der.Ha*.. %  Wrr. .Pet. and _A iSS*. La>u.sr Jand KIM Bunne. iftaoaB-... Harold rnol-ii 1Q1 IN MLMOftlAM %  All' hn drpaMrd "• It** M DP* II". IPM Happy And mulmi %  )**>• mM. i Bclml and r r tpwlM -1 went. To i ta-omif.i h' BMW a MNII Baa* He died M he lived. %  VBfl^Odt trtaa-s. PBOI'T—In hiving rneenorv nl at' Mm-I h.,.h.nn Clare-ireBrle—i-l Preait %  >-> ilni-M thla life m lllh of Urt-embrt-, IMI Ootr IMt nrl Inrfnllan Mil Mvifta. anfe Mr. Kditn Proof \>\M \ I;MI;M< WWIIII llhXP Wfftm < %  east a SFRA'ANT* -OPe tOapeneSkred cu.,1, •n4M OPpPISr-aa S,rrriain M..d nut.Veep in Apply in per-on. Carver*!*. P.-Hab*lte a II SI—BP. i"l ii-tuffi* -rub •• %  %  %  %  HMM | MISCELLANEOUS f tqi'F. .'mn.imv a. gctiAP 't'HCHAIICU UtMUlING* SHOP 1 It II < i WANTIP TO IIS, l*W tit FI.AT; Snail NnN or FI.it I of OimNn. %  whin B-i ran IM> i nouses ATHi.nwrCASSBCNV Al Worth.*.* ** "— %  %  %  , maiden||i ep-Swfri ra.h. wWl I-I Hrj,h Roll'I SHItM .In %  DROOM TO UtT ON blli-neii talephooe. radio, ri EnaJHh lady in tha horn lt.ll l-i nfl.VAi^C*k. Oa-daSkS. 4 bed-Boii— i.U fiii>n W rp as,.! l^ragr InipHlm Imm 4pm to a r o"f Dial IMJ 23 liSI-Jii I MM.I' •-. 7 Mmiiltnrd mom • bMt% IN' %  kk, AMv WRMI: ^i"! ,.-:..!. HOM I II Pi .. P.urn. i . • ltM. i... • all hm i m Apply M'Kmf* v IS It M 'i orncES-Top flw BOOM Onr LarBt foal room furnlshi %  Hunc dlst.ii!-*> to Viicht Club or Cil DM I Sftw. Wnod.ide OardMM !• If M I f i 'WH1TEBAMDR' (.41. furnished Iron uhn pirn..• m %Lm %  I1..I, I I %  V I PUR RBKT OR A nrl> b.nll bur. APPIabv "M t*a • J^".. Co. Kptu dallrr*. otHrmt rao.. dftnt t Wmoml WlP, iMnntlw -a**. --* and bath. -— SS" la i; NOTICE ApfJicatl.— aro InvHad !" lha tldM ,. % %  n( 9BrrM>T) and Tro. I I"* Iddc SHiaM. A a W —l— %  al >dptnd r*ial ftalaty KO ppt Month Aiiplvall'inl wl b* r*fl*l h HMmlrr nf tha IvidC' ftot'i—. and Includlna J*nuar h Hot I Tnaks t Ikrttrs l St. kstfl Al'TOMOTIVE MM \rtu | MM m MlU-r. T1 Cl CoMt Darker ami I'l Ifl.H SALES LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE! GOVERNMENT NOTICES SHIPPING NOTICES AUCTION (' %  it rW> Va.xhaU II H P l.ra> 4 IBM*.'II J RHW. II.' PtaoMM-n. C Ch tt If l KLECTKICAL C'lXHMIATOK i l-.tr,l rndffl Oial )lo rURNITI'RF. I-IRNITUIW AND B**-TRIC -T\ T. Maho|. bwroon and CHma 'ibinrU. UnW and do>rihr lard-ra —dar and pin, tOrMafl laMat doal Uhpa. b.iUar tr<' '" IH-'-I adird %  •. I %  > ]l. „ POITLTRV MECHANICAL ll*-Y<-|*-N--. HF.(.IKH1". RandV Lan-. SI Jon— M ir ai -3i MISCFLXANKOUS AQVAMDHI T" ..n.11 .<,.,,„.m J rllh Tropwal PUB, HAS HltASHirRm B-P" at -WoadlraB tfc r Mlrnaal by romtnuni IXiKUTnll) SI-UN Id Hollan Anllittr n s d i >**>anl I mil. Klrpalai l-ClMB. BniM, ..nd i.Ma^rp-. A !W ., rfndam Droaa "Hun^i—i i* par act U II SI J rntPAIrN IAC-E a. i irmal "— Km ..|i TKAIfl nilDial :M* lUTTTC)Ntro: Xuu .nfa Of, fUa IB llM-tJ >i iiiwb nw "v-i..,. %  VKNINC BAOH -A i".. .a*,-. I .on I '•-" • %  % %  I" tT> Mo-Jam Dtp %  hoppr tt : %  .i .IK-. Whlta iMMhorn %  % %  J"r ...(. inartran v.nalv lapf•mrr-.H IflartHa rdrBaVvMM Alt* I da>.-oM ct MiU f-Wh Dial MIT C A Proverb,, Fllnl Hall. BUM In tl&IIINti IKJAT "Ofdaan )n dPQd l*r 7 II bram. %  II ffv-MI *t f Irri An. r*Tf.< Ma.m H*n..ld, S4 iirvr •.iiifirs l>alAN ijunir-R AM>AUS in |o-*l .tw apatarn* TTOOI yvotaakf •• mm TMANIR. Pr William Haor> Rtr-H lAinph tiutunw In dt* i.llliaa and -Ivtaa Can At -vaa* I riduir Ptlra (ram Bl tanU up Vlalt irpalaiu M Swan t*r- n n.ji i rn. nrrTTI A CONtJOlXtTM |n Bairn fill .(< al THAN. RROS Pr. W llnv A !**> %  Sl.aaU it till MM fnUPR 100* Woollan Tv.aa-1 N.iT and tl.n-.-i Ju.l %  apaoll qu.ntllr i a >d I-A'.IS It U SI I K-.i. and maI. %  ipanta tMH*. • A..,u1Tir Pr f Ranry R( MJfl l-TiAltn l*aa.hi--. t nt Til NIIKITR ad a l*hM Only CPnt aoch llAlWTRON*7t Bmad Bt WATCKaWTor Q-,iU and I-rtia. V Ili.il Mdt> M 11 il I'" 'Ayv/.v/.WrV,', UNDER THE IVORY MAtHtflTR %  Y Balariaciwi.a IU.IVMI fraax Ur ln"" %  nnl I .1 -all o Ptldaa •>,..,. b.ttth IS1 .• Haaara. ObtlaM Oaiaca PLnlold "a. .|. JPM HlK-aaM* O-a %  tt t JjM R TW-a. CAMH itWardkavd \*1^CXNT G-urriTii LNDPtt THE DIAMOND flAMMTft lia'jal for parmuamn Mar Laau~i t BWddt aroll ba.u.;.. .110*1, a. I Hakxy. TVnam. Oap. *ili.. A ium* •ap AK-ii.W Mb Dacarnt-t, 11 I p -, ,.na ItW llillffurr. Una d.rAagpd in aaodan* Tinrn CAtM. D-ABCV A BCOP-T 'Szif£h^I'llrlH VO I IMS I OMM1N 1 1 HIIHPtTAI. AftjBlddlwiia arv Invilad far tno apart il Hadioaoaiai lo in* fnivaran. C .d-V*. .alary o' C 1 TW 1 lor i -iiu ..da,1 NOT1CB Will PMlrybotda-r, priiv not* ibat thi* (Mile* will not bo ! %  '-; liobtrr of UH poal w Ma Batarv ta> a < %  ).. <.. •MB* -.-. Haapil-I iniii.o> Ttio ap ll-iirar %  "•! tha i-itnbata %  ; .J 1 Aral appallo. ,1a., ronttlbutra 1 J .mikl Will Da tinant wild a r Iratchl and ApphcaUonl Maw* lha 11.— of thrao APPOINTMENT OF ABfUBTAKT WARDEN NUR8E8 HOME. 0.UIERAL ROtPITAL (Pemata) AppUratlotli -re invilpd foi tnt> pflMionaMd pfjoinUnni of IAMBKBIM War-M. rftarBH Rome, Oftrtrdl Hotpttil. i %  nBUrv nf ||384 tltlnx by annual incremrnt* of MS to WT2 pet •nnufn. plut a [trrnporBTy Coal of Living Alk-warwa at Government rates. In addition, quarter* in the "fame and board areprovtdeo Applicants thould not W ovtr 40 yeart of age. ihould be unnutrned or v-idow* without atttinbrancet, •houU havt> anaJr-eil a tatisfactory atandard of Bducatloa and have had cxparience of the prepat*uon and arrvtce of meal* and a knov.1et!|a of Aomc-nic dutte* on n largo aeaVp. The dutin will Include thp matntpnanre of dlacipllne IT the Nuraas' Home ccperlally during the absence of the Warden Application* atviuld be forwarded to the Secretary, Oenetal Hospital, not latr thaB 34th P ut BiaBl. 1951. And thould be on the rotm obtainable from the Secretary s Offlce, General HoBpltal atltiH "H. i P> taod at rvrta for Trinidad. BaiBa %  rbadoa aboul Maxr. tPU. -rfrrta. lafaiaa. trdWH Bl tar.-, amatp Committa* on lli|i.t Kid ration m tha ColonMa. UnlwrMly IBaBo* lM %  H-. LIQ.COR LICENSE NOTICE tta app m aitaa <>l C C-rly^a aV.or.ia. frwminaM Hill g* rMfnad W OOOOtNO AWBB--.I Thia applo" -H •• >"al B LiraPMOf <""-> tba ".-Id %  CMfJi rn.trltt "A" on Wedneai tnd dav of Januarv. Itat. at I A MdJRXI I'olite tad-l*ad. Bid A Bl It *l t" I..I IjT'-T.,..!..I. ....ar.niN maiCi City. I day of ... Slrp-aa. nt. B rtHrrrmi' ..I |B H apr> -all imptna I nd il %  < I'TKHrltPOlNT. for Appllaaaii •lla.llon will ba MM •ad-rad at a Idpanalnd Court la Ba li.l Police Court. DlatrM-t -*A" on Mond > nf Drrambrr, IfBI at I l^-k C B GOVERNMENT NOTICES DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION Tenders for the Supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to I he Public EleorenltMy ScfcoaU Tenders ore Invited for the supply of 80 (eighty! tons of Skinimo* K Powder for use In the Public Elementary Schools of the isl.uid during the following school teems: sth May iMh He-Men,I.Itih January to 1*1 August, 1B52 12th December. 1952 10th April. ltM Penonii tendering must quote prices. dut> fter; and will be peqtilrcd to supply thamilk powder in containers holding not more than H (ifty-tlx) pouniln of milk powder each. II M eHtatated that QM nverage fornlghtlv constimattoii will be 3 (three! to (six) tons All tender* should In.iccompanied by a sample of the milk powder offered PeTsons tendering rnut aaUtfy all tf^ilreen-nu of tha achools during the periods mentioned nbove, and must guarantee to deliver the milk in good condition lo the pef t or ui authorised to transport it to lb* schools Tenders must be marked -Tender for Skimmed Milk PowtVr' and must reach the Colonial Secretary's Officenot later than 12 o'eiWk noon un Saturday the 26th of January, 1U2 The Government doe* not bind tttelf to accept the lowest or any tander. 23.13.51— 3D. ApplK-i *.ed person in i' \i: l Ml s i or KMtVCATMS lions are invited from teachers nnd other suitably quallfor the following vai-oncBM :— WOMtN St. Barttte>lomew' Girls' School. Warttman's Juhh-r School St Mark'0M* School Weslbary Girls' Softool. Girls' Srttaal vice MEN St. CHMncnfs Bov> School St llamabas' Boys' School. St Stephen's Baa| ttrltool 2. The minimum qualiilcation for entry to the teaching lh a School Certificate 3 Application-* must IH> submitted on the appropriate forms (K. 3S ib> for men and E45 (c) for women) which may be obtained from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now tille-h mnv apply by letter iircnmpanled by n recent testimonial. Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of another school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers and the Head Tearher of an application for such a transfer. 5. AH applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked "Appolntmciil* Hoard" in the l.p left hand comer and must reach the lirpniimem of Education hv Saturday. 25th December. 1951. Candidate* are warned thai ranvasalng may lead to theldiaqaallflratktn 19th December1951 22.12.51.—In. '.•a'.'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'-'.'a* I I IIMSII LIKE CHRISTMAS REAL ESTATE i: vwn WAY illnlitaadi %  Ba See D'Arcy A Scott. Real Estate Agent & Auctionee of Magazine Lane for real estate of any description. S He hat an extensive h t from j! which you ran select. It it's \ a business place, a residence ^ in town or country, a spot of a chattel house, he Make an appoint\ I l9.13.H-2n J land or has it ind otnar Paahl. I IUM for jaw Draw in. Boom Tahaaa. BM-board*. CXI... Ca-. n-o. wacsonand oUM>r D-MHT Booan ploaauiaa. K.l.ban CaMrK i d -r Bari, r ..i Rap* cnamDaaln in plain nnd M> Wardroba otliar Tiunka Cars. LaaMaaj %  i Hri Por funnar uarUi ulara aaaaly to— inaaapi-a-J't at Trln IP. Windward and I DaCOaTA Co L BARJbtDOB W-.L The M.V i"AKinEE" i C-rgo r>d PaaDomlnica. Antigua, Montserrat. Nevla and St. KllU. Sailing Thursday 30th inst. The M V. "CL M TANNIS" will accept Cargo and PMsscngeTs for Grenada. Sailing Monday i?th in*t B W I ACHOOKER OWXin ABSOC. Lnc Tola 0al. IMHIIVI t.vf.lVKER. HIGHWAYS A TKANrtPORT DEPARTMENT, aVAKBAIXW.. Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for the post of Executive Engineer. Highways & Transport Department 3. The post is peruHonabie and carries salary scale or 53.456 x 144 $4,320 per annum. In addition a non-pensionable coat of living allowance of $154 per annum u payable. Point of entry into scale will be determined by experience and qualification Holder will )>e required to keep a motor vcbtcla for the performan.. duties and will be eligible for travelling aUOwancp in accordance with local rates He will be liable to Widows' and Orphans' contributions at the rate of 5% of salary. No quarters are pro*, ided. Passage expenses of offlcci and family not exceeding 91.440 ai payable on first appointment 3. Appointment will be on probation for two years and subject to medical fttmss. fn other respectthe appointment will be subject to the Colonial Regulations and the local Civil Service Regulations and Instructions. 4. Candidates should be between the ages of 30 and 40 years and should posse : %  one of the following qualifications .— Catrporate Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers, of a Degree or Diploma exempting from Sections A and S of the AsBociate Membership Examination of the Institution of Civil En K inei< with at least tan years practical experience on civil d-ngtneertng works, preferably in connection with road making. 5. Holder will be required to take charge of all works on maintenance and coRBtructton of roads and bridged, to make surveys, take levels and prepare plan-., design* and estimate* and lo sat out and supervise all work and be i*ajoiurible for Its proper and economical execution, to assist with the technical, administrative, financial and disciplinary control of the ddayartment. . Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary, Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not lat*r than noon on Friday, 38th December, 1951. 17.11.51—3n. HARRISON LINE OI'TWARD FROM THE INITED KINGDOM Prom /-miSS "ASTRONOMER SS % %  UALEMAN" 8-8 HERDSMAN SS. "SUCCESSOR" ith Dec. 7th Dec. SS. "LINARIA" SS. "PLANTETi NOTICE TO DAIRY-KEEPERS 4 MILK VENDORS IN Till PARISH OP ST. MICHAEL It is herewith published for general information that under the Dairy Regulations of 194J, it is required that certificates Issued during 1951. be surrendered to the Commissioners of Health during the month of January 1952. when re-regiaierlng of the dairies for that year must be done on or before the fifth day of January. Persons granted permits to dispose of surplus milk.along with milk vendors who have obtained licenses are also required to renew their permits and licenses. Forms of application for registration can be obtained from the Sanitation Department of St. Michael (Sgd.) J. M. KIDNEY. Chairman, Commissioners of Health St. Michael. OtBaBMI London i London It M'hmughltth Dec. ,. Liverpool 22nd Dec 17th Dec MO. IV 2Sth Dec 6th Jan HOMEWARD FOR TIIE UNITED KINGDOM Veeael For closet In Liverpool London eatlv earl; Barbados Jan. Jan. Par further Infaimatlon apply to . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—AgenU '^AttM $*""£*&NEW roan smun IU flllHttll .my,, .MMido, ih DrrrnWr. IMI. NWW ORLEANS SERV1CF '* l-ATrlAlMil, W. D.c AmM B to. It Dr.-m.fcr. CANADIAN >IIlld For vigorous health —you must have CALCIUM i adequi rryoOd>—io ol cik'jn hcillhv bonpi. i lima— b. Mood and m" (s reaulred by (rowing thildi Con'iJpicsnti and woman lor period enough ran time a whole vanaty of i that you have enough calcium, uke Kartaria — *ii raidiiy absorbed and mou pleiiant lorm. It gets you fit best in the? form of i KAiSMtii the I deal Ca l cium Food 4IIHKET! BARBADOS IHKhl I VS JAMAICA AT KENSINGTON OVAL FIKST MATCH .I.Mur, 17. 1. 19. || tt SECOND MATCH — Juuil 4. t5. 26. M. tS. ritN. Ml AlMM.ll. : i II \i i i N(IM STAND-.I M Mr ,1... w a ,.„,, Tlckel KENSINGTON STAND >I.W) prr ,1,. „, ,,.•* „„ MM I-NCOVEKED SEATS—Ur. txr 4.1. I.KIM MIS-Mr Mir du. _.„ R PAI,K AVAILABLE AT yDAILY PI^NS FOR SEATING ACCOMMODATION WILL be open al C. F. HARRISON & CO'S OFFICE on WEDNESDAY JANUARY 2nd. 1052. when members of the Arsor'ition may also purchase two addniona! Season Tickef PLANSi WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MONDAY. JANUARY 71h FOR THE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS SaM. -I "Ma "ALCOA POINTTJl AU.-OA rtftOAniB" Ali-OA I'lANTlR %  Saalia.1 HaBfai nan..a ISth Nov Sttn Nov. bl stn i> tt 14th Dat U :m, ba St SSth Daa SI ;; il-t Jany M ROBCMT TiOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULP rJRRVICK. Ari-LY.—DA OOaTTA A CO.. LTD—CANADIAN -I.IVK I AOBRRT lium iniiiih Pl-ANTATfONS Ml ll HIM MIV.II: RROAD STREET Passengar Sales AgrnU fee. Trans-Canada Airlines. B.O.A.C. and B W I A ALCOA STEAMSHIP < OMPANY Telephone No. 4466 SJ '.'*',V^ e ;',',',' r '*' r '*',',' r '*'*'r'*'***' A. M U'EBB STOCKBROKER Re-openfng foe bustne Thursday. Deccmhei after the holidays 33 Broad Street (Over Phoenix Phaimac> I Bridgetown Dial 4796 — Hour* 9—3 NOTICE IO-Birs NEWS FLASH *rw eoons oi-aajrBnQ rvitt nay BKASh GOM.S RKA^"llNAMIVIV Ba-autlfiil AaanTtmant of Ollt. In larae aritatopoii wllh Cbnatmaa Cards Brtddja GUI Sal. COmb and Briian Sala. Slattnc RaadLnd Iinpa. Rarfumary and Soapa. Criina Otnaa-data. '.la— w..t.-i Jun. Cnainaenni and Saw Piles -all kmda JOMNVIN S HT.\ and HAJIDWAHP 1 the underaigned take this opportunity to announce that til.Coamopotltan Club •£ Restaurant, which was formerly supervised by me, i* now under the complete nir.nagen.ent of Mr. Berkeley Ince, hence he is quito capable of entering for weddings, Christenings, Cocktail and dinner parties. Picnics ttc. We therefore solicit your ratronafr "Guest House" jet remains undasT my personal tupsuVl.'IOC Mrs LILIAN BRANFORD-HINDS. Tel. No. ••. 23.12.51.—In. Vr.'*'*','*'*','s • %  ,•,•.:;',•,:*,*,*,',','*/',**'***'*'•''''• FOR SALE a HAGGATTS GROUP Offer* will bo considered for Ihe purchase of the i above group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the following estates:— Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. Greenland & Overhill approx. Bawden &c River approx Friendship approx Ari&le Tata Arm Acrr 303 713 324 644 266 511 115 211 Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as well as D.C. sugar. During the 1851 crop', the factory produced 4,352 tons of bugar. The bags required for the 1152 crop have been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other items the followirg International Harvester tractors :— 1— TDM Crawler Tractor with bulldoaer. 1-WD9, 1-Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor. 2—Subsoiler ploughs, 1—disc plough, 1—brushbreaker plough. 8 Dodge Trucks. 1 Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for Tract ors. Livestock includes 14 horse*. 12 mules. Further details and renditions of sale may be | obtained from, S. P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD., Broad Street. Bridgetown.



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SATl'JUMV. UUkMlim M, IIS1 %  AKIIAIH)* AUVW'ATl. IWIII MSK HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON 'l-lll III !>! |M*J Idl pa t\,i-\-rrjumngk*. ^ ,.u kamr, MI, >.l.cn M kak at iho prioa tag. il..u you can't art finer vnlur. Illuitrateu 1 ia I -in I' h.-.l (MM. TM to every pair >• 111.John Whitr (;uaran1re Shield—the fifa wlii. h iui'.m '/list rkjlf'j Look foff k ha lMafta| aturrn in Barbauua. JOHN WHITE •means made justoright\J Heart Trouble Caused by High Blood Pressure ;' .11 tali it. >lii(1i palpltatKtt, .tiifinaaa, PM< io and b*k T l-ad an.t WtflfVV.Of WfI %  itnd rnr-i, ^ uy an-l bf MiV DM t*iwmm%". r'h*. £ a mraiarloua diaoaaa (hn nu-i nMvr* 1ha.il -.net. batauia mI .1 -I. fnr 1 ... nlTif tram < KM or "a I—alMU atroh*. i j %  .I'I • i iriMnwM n %  < %  %  tmrrli kji'iwn a* Hrl %  .: .lime ilmpta fU1m.nl If i any "f thaaa ajn>p%  a |i. n -t. a *,. ..rt4wMH-kl Praaaair* and ttakaa f-aa. tool ya*>ra TMI*' %  law *••. <(' Naaca (mm your rnan.iM tartar. It % %  guar anitad to PMhfo* faal walT |fa| I to •.•roti faal j a aion> taicfc an amptr twrkag-av •ivi i.hi si. sntMm SOI.VK.XIH HOIK TWO iic.xr Ml.XI HOIK KOI./* I WHY • Pure „ %  ajB__ • Wholesome • Nourishing and priced remarkably LOW Manufactured by: THE BARBADOS CANDY COMPANY cSmtipU rn. 2611 Rheumatism arid Backache Gone in 1 Week l-th KM-.,. Wit* C.f. and YtVII MMM Cy.taa-thpr'"iM r.f famaw iltrlor—anfla all IIOUMM du. to fltURy • lanmr artioti in d.rtibt. qik lima, au. •' rcm auiv-r ftnfri ' 1 i.iiitaiat.• a. N.uni,.. LymMfD. %  %  chaeh*. N.f •"" %  ""•. Lag Paint, Dlfilnaaa, Clrelaa ""i" %  >... Ifam-t Mtariafaa, a-i Colde. Paar Foray an. Aa*... •>„*, nr hat. fraquaa rt ly w Oat u a NltMa! *'Yi* '"" h "" Ul '" lay r r *>" 1 C,sl,. HrlpV NtirurY 3 W.yi Tha Cvalai tra>at>nnt < %  hlahlT arl.tiWfl. bf Ina: ap.. tally r..n>|.afld to %  antha, tora ami •Iran raw. >-ra. atak klrln.ia and bladdar and to raraar. aflOa aivd polaona trm T or araiani aafalr. uiili'kty and aur.lv, at •ontajna %  %  • Mran li-rn.tiil i-r Hai>gvri>i drug. Crataa wnrka In Ihcia 1 w>ya to ami -.> U r trnnl-lf-a HI Ktarla milliic Ida f.rtna which arr altarhlnr vour Ktdna... BlaJdi' and ajr'narr avatam In twa ha w ra, **t la ati.olut.ly hatmlaia to hUBMft tlea-ja; It )•> % %  ,H of h.alth daatraflw. d.adi,' ania^nf-ia-lda with whirl, rat am haa I*. m. aa'iirativt Mi St-.nalhrna ard fln*la 0l ala thhi.li,.>-. !-.(• '. i rmm lha raragra of dlaaaaa at la. a on Ua dall Data tlll.r firganlnix. and itlmuta'.i *9 W*wliVin Hoiptfoa— New Wall / ~ TIruff""* fdf r* vaara vtu jrittara ^ %  ff BfaiMr. ir,ia". aira>,„,,.ii< Ml ^ aad .lllff J'l.l. I /If r-a/J, wan r a** aa mlI...* .rnia.rlly h !" .>Mta> fal !.' -W / ad "W aha-ft #r.-t. hf K r../4 aor frr Ut'tnf mm aU. ftaoa. r '.i oi.f Cyataa a fr(a(. ..• wilt .• frt.* if IB^ a#' aid nrrfd mya-lf iaiK* aa'a aa I or I aa*r Of* I r liaf • aair dfta let %  %  '"' Mi. 11 C-ai-.t..d la l Yak Rlf-' a. Mana, l+<> Oaf Cyataa ban .iir h-ii.lat towkT. (Ilia It a thoaitiah taat Cyatak la a-...I ... maVLADDI RHIUMATUM *.*--,. --*-','.-.*,*.*,*,-,*, #fYOl WANT TO | SKI.I. OR LET YOUR HOUSE II.AI IIR SHOP | CONTACT US. § Hihave imirf i-iniiiirirs (rum ;: FNULA.ND thai wr bivt I'roprrlii".. BEARD & GREIG ** I'mrrr \\m Hi M. — 3 "CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only il>l< III III I i:ilS wrr nott aiaw&Ha at our Dr.nrhr Tnredaidr. S|ifi!{li\T.;s T7 ,:a JACOBS CR. CRA( KKS Piirkam49 M VllXrl) Nl TS | I M> Pk.) I ( OK!l\ nOM VMM -i UT1 I LHfVBVI Kl.M raon 11 N tCB l.u.llv NOW I 10 1.0. .30 XI I 14 I.M 1 B 1.01 .26 .20 BEETS CARROTS per lb. D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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PACE TEN BARBADOS ADVOCATE SATURDAY, DECEMBER tt 1 Marshall Holder Head Averages BDOS-JAMAICA TOUR OPENS JAMJARY < AM.'HT li\ M irs Bv THfc SPOKTS I IHIOK Nuiinan Marshall. Bui ban* and Wanderera .ill-rourulir heads the batiini; average* at Of the ninth Fn*t Division man with inure than (cut hundred nil credit As a matter of fact he u nl> • &f evenieen run* shnrt td the 500 run mark His Marshall is the only Firsl %  • %  Brag* of 6tf in eagtlt inning .stands nut in the list Charles Alleyne. the Empnik who la second in the line-^p with .1 total of .tto in tasrven (7 22 Dti i H batsmen have reached the reo,uircd qualiftcaUoa o( 8 Innings with .ii average of 22 runs each NO First IMvisTon bowler has raptured fifty wicket* this season and with only a single series to be iloes not Mfin likely -ill reach thi* Bawled gurc ill .he Carllon pace bawln has Liken 40 at a cost of 1U 17 rUM each and Uksl M UN highest Individual amount of wickets taken He IK fourth on the Hit of bow In* who have taken 20 or mow wickets this reason, but A.wii Holm i. U %  l %  %  left arm bemn hi tup of the list with 25 wickets captun of B OT rum each Believe It or Not I A I.Mini EuirsHMi TO MORGAN IJTWIS DANTE MI** mil i.i a va DiiiiNiON "*IO ... (IISUTMA'. BANK inM-iOAY DacnB..amis is g i-!sm I IMS BALVATION il'li I < aaiarsiA* rasas a, %  "••T"—5 9 // I'II/Ilo Mrvanw #.v THK \H\1H \ir. Phone M7 for H.R.. METAL I' IKHH tor reinforcing concrete, for fences, window guards etc. 3" x 13" mesh Medium ft Light Gauge fi "x 8" mesh Medium Gauge 3" x 3" mesh do. I I IIIHM III li: rapWrdanin9 CEMEVT I Hi lb drum" SMIWI ill II M Hill CEMENT in 375 lb. drums I'imi I'I.M: A .1 vs FIR Boards and Joists in various sizes. g Phone 4M7. %  WILKINSON A HAWKS III.. I III. WEST INDIAN Prior Joue* take* a neal SI al Adelaide cricket irmma on LtUI West Indie s Si.titti Autralla. Otl Langley for U 'photo Now Tournament Tennis Will Be Honest At Last i ,,,.i MI|:M\N MAHKIIAI.I. Cricket Averages BATUMI* tOnallS'*"*" %  lanital•! '' w C Smith '} ? •• MSB At lasl honesty has dgft I lawn tennis Tmirnamcni can now legally receive "reason* able expenses all the year round instead of only for eight week So a lot of deception Is avoided st • Lot me make this clear—that J?g the decision affects only a small : m minority of competitors. The vast MM minority are not worth subsidising HK. I'lSH t>.intm-Mcight cham> Once upon a time I myself used Won, Peter Keenan. wi n jo to dabble in open tournaments. lontion for Johannesburg, when a-Ji Never did temptation come my he %  to fight Vk To I u to way. Quite deplorably, nobody month for the world'* eharrpiin*•• wanted to pay to see me competship, planto go Aim reel hunun 1911 and 1B22 he won uur nattooal cow er ed courts ntilive times at the Queen's Club. Hi n bad the top In another sport—golf, winning th> matcur championship Keenan GoSM Muiitinu tnj Asking For Poverty It la only the t\* • three wh shen I %  arrives. He wUI be seeking no ordinary picture but camera v> • Towccl'championship boutg. Keenan has in mind t anitt* BM %  rira-nrv ', mmi i I A'lalin McCat-ukU-il .in f.-.i %  •, Oi— -• make the tournament who will pio-,-, ( i,,hu with the former *-lew rule. holder. M.muel OH e !" profession. o"Sullivan (fymdr I While they may Romi m (S| n expenses to keep The Glasgow boxer wants to see lljc-ing for most of the year, there Ihrsf nIm OV€r -nd ... M ""O 11 "* rnoney about to inake B v thi.< rMana he botH '" ~ !" f P ^t y C ^T' A m Z" sufficient of TO plan his own campaign. . cash in on the *m Are they In Mj -I .' %  Not quit* S receive enough Intere.ilniii.il Tuumument /ealnt MEET Charltoa Athlelic's No. 1 supporter 36-ycar-old Mr, G M I Welln-ck Avenue. Sidcup. Kent, who has compiled complete history of Ml [avOUTll lull dating back from when *h remains it iti i a aa n iiss tournament "circus" without C braa^-w' mi is St* isTs siderlng what will happen after lu a ass is RB Useful Soccer Men ISt 5 til 5 \\Z Now professionals In other v „' '.'. m l *S amateurs nbout lime. tr*. I .„. %  a t m n nas think of several useful pagfon Si 3 S !*" ars in this class. Footballers Jim•" **• n inv Hill, of Brentford, Bill* Oraj "rst entered the Football Laagi m Harrison's office OB 2nd Januand John Harris of Chelsea. ..ml In August 121. ary to members of the Association. Re t^wts, "f Arsenal among -_, (ni ^i,-...,., v„lom nacked 11 is now confirmed that the The price, will be the same as th.nv InUicolonial Crk-krt Tournament those for previous tournaments Footballers, with their >mnh. betwou Jamaica and Barbados a"00 ks and annuals "Charlton tennis professional and now div;|11)1 UM maintenance of my Ides his time between gnalkcetdng card* i* my hobhs for Notts County and coaching lawn tennis. 5-Vei.r .\uurciilice*hip Iruin .i Kie.ii height behind bim QlgsjM teiuua rafofi Of II lo be' caught as it swooped down come some day. If not quite vet MOW long noes il take lo boot the side In the Held looked as over his shoulder at midoff and I Jmean the opon chaaAiODgUp, come a llrst-class lawn tennis S S fullv realize ,t and were Miller was out for 4. Four w.ckets J*af ^SSJ^L^^ ^ nP lrC 1 !" jrOT -HWOnUllf W determined to do it for 39 Miller c Ramadhln b Wor.Vl" '^f„j!?'", l *£? Ju>before lunch, a light rain n l| 4 Prom God.li.rd'a And ball 'hamateurs and the pref) began i.gain to fall And as it ni x t over. Hole tamely turned a Then um th-ill r^^llsi fcnnu "'" "•"sJSL'^Uu'wa d ""' -•* r ound ,o v "" n a i t rJ^;rord : .'^ 1 pi„ k -"" nugruoctm ankle hiiin Aorl lct Holo c Worro n h ( ;*1All-Rnundrr Australia Bowled Out For 82 I i"in Pise Llewellyn To Quit %  .i%  I. wellyn, i panj ninership %  old be.) gelding, %  rldpresl>ort. is to resign .in y of the British team enOlympic Games. thai mean that this near %  inch has I best in the world, will < %  be Ken up* (To ilnnel [Jewellyn 4U-yeaT>r owner of coal mines. i inland to roalgn to make vounger people so that they can get the experience so eal success in any Held of ntemaUonal sport. I hope to be able to jump purely for pleasure after the Olympic Games at Helsinki." The affinity between master and horse Is uncanny Neither Is spectacular but both art almost technically perfect. Sold for £60 The partnership started In 1M7 then Poxhunler who, as an unToken colt was sold for £60. was %  commended to Colonel Llewllyn The deal was quickly eom\n IL.ID. 000 would not I'uy the horse. The following year they won the l' 3,000 King George V cup at the White tin uiteiiiiitional horse .-how. the Bral BrttLsfa victory for i ..lt That put British show jumping I u'k on the map. and Colonel Llewellyn and Poxhunter have kept it ihere'ever since B>OOQ **aa*se '^rt*0*Q*lto*rt& '6lf' Your chance lor K>mlhins olhtrwue unoblainable ENGLISH TWEED SUITS Kradyinadr En u lh htajh clasa lighl Tweed Suitv Tuu-plere and 3-plece, single and douhlr-hreaslrd Mvlen. Pin Stripe and Herringbone designs. Thi. material b unobtainable by the yard in the island and a Tailor-made sun ol this nature would nat anything over 1100.90. Per Su a. J72-M ,„ |B7* CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 Ac 13 Broad Street 'he the Lawn Tennis Umpires' Associoiiiition who ban their annu.il general meeting In London thi "to It Is recognised, states the annual made a magnificent ankle hlah SoV't teir'niCTworreii h'ciod" "Ali"lio,mder" "" tffi"' ,h "*! catch off r.urn./ ,. lrH „ P .. ,„ ., Alt-Rounder nullity to umpire eentr' Har.ey. c Guillen I. dome/ 10. "''"!," %  .[ '".'.^J',„,„ lrl _, ^SPOnTI\'fi curbna of l>.moil „„ wl | h oul I 3 lor 15 Chanei wai aelUnf life '"?* „ h n''i, SnuV.,CTfUhi. ? 3 i i n .'"""'' %  n,lon ,r '* n o( about rive yen out of Uw pitch whirh wa> alrcad) >'!'." !"" '";'"* back-row forward who .aptain. „^ snowina Uself far ironi ihe lifeP"'n f il care. Lunch score, IJndIreland against South Africa, are !" *' llsii. hllhard table lh.1 had been '"" not out 2. John.oo not rait t>. not confined to rugby He Is ol Th asBKiauon of hlirdworK.i.c. at lennli the Test at nve for 43 11 -.l-MAIJA n Wo.r. II I SLOImra/M I. Wnnvtl b W.mll Wl-MI b Goddaid I prepared Sydn.-y However. Goddard now brought "'1'* himself on at that end. His first „. r ,, 1 two ball" were l>oih hit for fours Miner all run by game gulo Goddard H*' Immediately eul down his pace '"?"""" T. apparently to llnd his length. SingeChrWtanl MlUn after living 40 minutes on LaMarr %  > Womll one. at lust chopped Worrell down *** b cieAiard lips for three and Hole %  i^^ 1 on'drove the next ball for a delightful four. Next ball, Hole T...I cut to Ihe boundary for four leaving" Marshall at second slip stietc lung helplessly on the HOWLING ANAI Hi R ground w<>n*ii II t 1 ss The very next ball, he unlcked ooaaard s i ai adgOy pass C.ulUcu UM flva.al' Oonwi .i :i 3 tun wsr IIVUIBl l.l ISNINOS __ JI i • .*..•_ M-ihall i Burg* b Juhmlonr Ramadin!. Great I aleh OeadaN %  Ungan Then came anUliadtlln'l grtal g gjj Bwrsr i. JohMn T.ament. a iruly wonderful runCwrties c Langiay b Jalm-lnn* nlhg cntch with the ball falling Tout for iBwktwt. li. %  lai much-.iiius Internal loiml squash He has ban picked for Ireland .** at squash, but lennis II his hr.t hmmg .nembersh.p of 2,B I gam"? and the one he himself pre*r&£rZZ2Zr2PSl fers. could ha For the last two years < >*Brts%l has been living In CarditT Las* year he won the ehampk the Cardiff Laam Tannla club. -ml %  VOUM .uinos! L.''" hern chosen for will residential qualification* beep He has an unusual bobb] foi so axpart .* ball player gardening' Andre fioherf Wm ANDRE GOBKRT has med in r.n La, uad N rftra %  %  > %  inothai %  Teat all-round sportsman Before the I914-1B war Col-ei i .. rtench No I lawn In 1011. with Max DteujQS ha ""n • be Wimbledon men* double championship -shankeo ilasts baa an *tonbership of ITS. It Rules Committee of the Lawn Tennis Association. Not llloglcally, the unii' I plain that they who administer the rules rain %  views on them —LM Thcyll TX> It Every rime TtfttUOMOUr INC SAV£ A^VAPILLO A"JC A'NCQeixR)' SMB&? AND RAISED UE TWO SOOO-tiATOXEO.MGH-FlYlNG T>COO*iS-MA-HA-MA. 1 SO i0.sXCI-E5R3R 36 %  .',SUCKS JUST ojTt aff-rsia Lr?, IOCOO • By (ilium H.ulo Ten coes CASM-IN nut MO THE END OF A SCAUTIFUL FRlENOSHiPUT THE CHPS B*uWHERE THEy MAYsOOWE AUAR' I WAS OUT IH PROMT FROM IKE START-I NEVER HAD TO illy ONE EXTRA OilP.MXI ffSSW! c-ROoisT. 1 WHAT'S ON TODAY Lower Court* I'M in a.m. Thii lant merles of First and Second Division Cricket begins today at the various grounds 1 on y n. Police Band at the Marine Hotel •> IHI |. m The cilcket matches are: — Fin>t Dlrl.ioi: Combe rinero Spartan • Combe rmerr Y M PC Wnnd-rsr* It Becklea Boad Police Empire at the Park College Pickwick at Col lags Lodge Carlton at Lodr Second Division— Wa a dsears — Oonbaraura at tha Bay PickwickPolice at the Oval Empire Lodge at Batik Hall BunrW 0.03 am Sunset S.3fl pn. Moon Last Quarter. December 21 Trighting 6.00 p.m. HUh Tidr: 10 IK m.. 11 S3 Pal Low Tide: 1MiB.IMp.ra YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT From Codnngton Rainfall: Nil Total Rainfall for Month to date J Hlghtst Tamperaturr H3.ft F Lowest Tempersttir. 72.6 "F. Wind Velocity 1 m. • hour. BarosuUr: i% ami 09907 (3 pan.) 29S9S. \ Merry Christmas Vroliik Kerstfeest 5 ^filorv to tiod on high /A I\\\ x and on earth IH'iiif (o men oi' OODII will" In any language lt.*is words bring a netsage of btyt and .OffifOfl tD otl humanity Pan American World Airwoy extend best v-ishei for a Merrv Chflstmas and 0 hoppy New Year to their friends a', over ihe worloPA/V AMERICAN WORLD AIRWAYS i i



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Reds Asked To Account For 1,000 Prisoners Communist List Full Of "Discrepancies" PANML'NJOM K.MIM. Da. The United Nations demanded Cattmuiilsti lo explain wh> they omitted Irom their list of United Nations war ers more than 1.000 prisoners previously reported by Reds A aharp note from Rear Aumiral R K I h\ \. United Nations member of the Prisoner %  jb-Commi'.'.. ihat the Communist 11s* of 11,659 prisoners wu full .,( 'wide discrepancies" and was "wholly unbelievable." Ub%> demanded thai CommunBritain Will Not Help In UnityofEurope Say* Ommmi /** Onrib PARIS, Dec. |L General Charles De Gaulle, leader of the PVench People's Rally today described the European auny and Schuman coal and *tecl pool as "substitutes' and "caricatures" of the idea ot a United Europe. He told a press conference that "these substitutes may endanger the European Idea itsrtr. "By devising thin*, thai can U arcely work and lead to dit.ip"ointments, and if they do nut gain i he support of the masses there Is The danger of arousing people's disgust foe M European (allure" General De Gaulle faid lh..t pmanent United States pressure In favour of these "substitutes" might lead to failure to unite FIN Three conditions, he said, werei iu..„ i_ v *wtii tn KDHU KS-HSSS: 'l'Ur n m.| ra In lhComm. 1. A strong France to carry out difficult and conUnuous policy. 2. Germany solid! > European Institutions to abolish the risk of German hag* t> en pr 5 i-ts pmvide "complete proper and i explanation'* of discrepancies The note raised th> hopes of hundreds of U.S. n prisoners beyond 3.108 reported by Communists on Tuesday ma; yet be found alive in Red prism camps. InhelievaMe The note said Communist propaganda broadcast*, releases and either reports have named more than 1,000 U.N. officers and men not appear on the latest Communist list The note also said that the CgmmuniW listing -t only 7.141 South Korean prisoners out of lens of thousands missing In actioi constituted ,i "wholly unbelievable rall." under condltiona of warfare in Korea. Colonel James C. Murray, U.N. liaison officer delivered the note to Chinese colonel Tsal Cheng. At the MM time he suggested that the prisoners Sub-n resume discussions of change of captives at II : urday. It was agreed. PAKISTAN •i.thc Communist list of prisoners then. Ubyy'i protari to Communists largely wai baned on information released by Communists themselves The note said that on ISth August 1950 for example. Communists submitted the names of fifty war prisoner, the International Red Cross at (lenevn, Switzerland. The note said "thirty-one of these names do not appear on the December lBth roster furnished bv Communists. —Tf.F. Cuke Will Not Represent W.I. %  Yam o :T D-I i -.-' %  i U)NDON. Dec 22 Mr. H. A Cuke will not be able lo represent the West Indies at the Commonwealth Ministers' Finance Conference in London early in the New Year. He was informed this morning by cable that he had been nominated and he salfl, "1 appreciate the honour being done me. but I have my business to tbink of I have been here almost three months already discussing the Commonwealth Sugar I Agreement and I cannot afford anymore time Petain Would Have Escaped In 1942 If He Had A Plane PARIS, Dec. 21. Late Marshal Philippe Petain told a Parliamentary Commission during the secret interrogation in his prison cell before his death that he would have escaped to North Africa in 1942 if a plane had been available. The World War I hero of Verdun who died early this year on He Dyeu where he was imprisoned since then interrogated by a 29 member Commission in his prison cell in July 1947 said because of his age—he was 91 at the UM his memory was failing and some of the facts concerning the quest mils put to him had escaped him. A'ked if he had ever thought) of escaping to North Af: < ml 1942 the aged soldier said "yna,| not only did I think of it. but I realised I had made an anormoiu mistake fan not having a personal plane at my disposal. The Marshal said he had charged a roo&l officer with the task of wetting him a plane, but the officer failed Returningto the question later the Marshal said if he had had a plane at that time of the day landing in 1944. he would haw made contact with free French leader General Charles DeOaulle. The following are some of the questions and answers: Q. Do you think 1939 war should have been conducted in the same manner as the 1914 war'' A. It was very all tfie practising barrisers and solicitors turned out to Alines* the Introdu Introduring Iff Wvlie. the loilcttOT General said, that he %  W bom in New Zealand in 1905 and had been educated at the .• %  School -.n.l e University of New /. "At an early age." he said. "Mr Wylia showed the ability to make a success In life He graduated the I'nivemlly of V /.. Bachelor of ljiw with first class honour* and in 1928 admitted to practise In the Court.-, of New Zealand Barrister and Solicitor." He practised in that Court with success until 1940 when he joined New Zealand Expeditionary 1 lotinrtlon HI lidischarge in 1945 with the rank of Major In 1946 he Joined the Colonial Barvtea sj Crown roiinaal fan tha Malayan Establishment and In 1950 was promoted to the office of rnior Federal Counsel He was also i member of the English Bar He has now been appointed Attorney General of Barbados," he said, "and has recently assumed the duties of that office. t have no doubt that his abWtv and experience as a lawyer, coupled with his knowledge of men and affairs, will enable him to diaoharge that duty to the satisfaction of the people of this island and to himself. "I welcome him among us and preas the hope that Mrs. Wylle and he may he happy among us. and when he leaves this Island promotion, he will take with him happv recollections of this island. The Chief Judge said. "It is .ny privilege and. pleasure, -i behalf of my brother Judge (Mr Justice Taylor) and myself, lo extend n hearty and sincere welcome to %  u this morning. "The presence of so many embers of the Bar and of the Solicitors' branch of the profession, is a sure Indication of the if their welrome to you onfldcnt Ihat In so far as their power ties, you will get o-operallon from them "IJke the Learned Solicitor General. T wish you and Mrs. Wylie | happy stay In this Island and hope that although the duos* of your office may prove vcrv orssfWasj vet they will no* liear upon vmi too heavily. "I wish you well In everv sttf You are now entitled to practise in the Courts of this Island ." Replying, the Attorney General said that he was Indebted to The Hon. the Chief Judge and tho Solicitor General, for the kind words they had said. "1 come here with a deep sense of humility because I BoflM to a place which, for a young country. Is full of institutions .md traditions which T have always garded with respect and which we do not come In contact with in a voung country. "From the welcome I ha reived this morning and the assurance of assistance, T ihall certainly do my best to uphold (tie %  of this Institution" Sir Allan Extern!* Greetings To Bur The Hon. The Chief Judge. Sir Allan Collymr-re extended Christmas greetings the members of the Legal profession. He said: "May the ago old message of peace to men of goodwill reign lo our hearts at %  and during th<> eojttll i yew and may each of us by hi endeavour and Industry seek to promote happiness and prosperity in our Island home." I extend best wishes to all.' U.N. Will Give Up Islands To Red* PANMUNJOM. K. ... L* -'1 • give up ,.ii the Island H heads off the east and west coasts of tgaj (" % %  muctial N '.e••/uole and :*nrJ' v defined bv Hrarff fn IMS will not isianged as n result of the ibttshment of tt lbs Orinoco hy Franco th> %  M r Hitchcock said 'h,it the .istrontimlr.il fix of ver's 0UKSJ r-ported by Veneruel.n"coincides exactly" ltd UM x given b) U.. | •xpedltlon th.it explored |he Paris. The Unite-l N 11 o n %  • t.iday ovar-..i S-^iet i li.irg •i %  lad States was organing "fifth cptuann" groups U. anli form sani H hs* Sovir %  solution demanding a repeal of ] Security,! Governor Arundell Overrides Leg. Council Decision ii Australia Bowled Out For 82 Runs West Indies Out for 105 A KINK bowling perfoi mance I wcketaftar38nina,and v. the main causes oi I %  rssT) .. %  || Ai tea-iline the West Indal It. | I %  II.I.M-II not I'l.ninii f dived, held II %  iimp %  in* w< ... now tough itaaa chance ol wi .1 ii si matcii *hi i HKKNAllA. [> (From OeVOtn ( OT r. S ( HIIMIIMH Governor Arundell Inforntcd the LeglBLlturt in a messaK 1 UldsVy uf his lirnsioii to rxereisc Ins iivfrrulruj |wwi n-tain the post Oi Assistant Admimsti atur and UM I h tl [| \oliinleer Ci>nslabulai\. 0Q leainini; of the refusal t fundi by tho same I.egiMaliveC iDcil i u-rday. He said he was reluetant to line thcaa powers but his rfutv f (fo .. where fn frff. rf^flhernfr furfirmenr 7, i-""t f ,<**••• % •-* ?"",.*"'£' ,T ("' trUlo the colony. ,.,..,„.„„ jl^^^^lS? 'ZjF his considered opinion traUve I'sad.1.1 break d> %  '.Lllljll l.<|l.i.: id withdrawn IW B in to Ills Uijuiy. I .in unliK Ks I bul H ,i1 '""' tb*i im ....'tul.'i i mil .... | meet hl w.iv Tiud'ubteUlj tin Idc 01 |.. i tile i,. id in the last 20 .ear. li ISM meant to the d l egcaji Hi..Ad.-i.i' ,, isi bowler, Noblett, oaam all 'i fonner twelfth mao Jim i it nu certain m,.t Arttu %  owi i iptain did ool srltb four opening bo-li and only one opening K .,, ( %  rnuvi i j Sjave waj After aaaUall %  %  > %  . Idsnf it would i i i. %  rapped J HK With Guillen A I %  • %  %  % %  Warehall I 'in i u.iin. i;oini / tiiMidard A • OulDen it.", i .li'FitiTie ^uatnfja Uon VSQ Miii.r Hob I (an Johnson, inll John I NobtetL II. twelfth man U)jh1 rah Ihe -itart and lldaj vHe overcast Morris Win Tn*s Mmiis won the toss and to appeal The ITmpires talked I] en given OSjj %  WorrelL Within Id minutes of the start %  out. It asjata I %  The Islander.-' fielding was uian seenn thai throat trying ty IniproA-e Ihe i %  bsW Miller and Harvey t.nk Kin.li. baj ran onvertad .i Mltl b> lightning in Ming an .turns this reatra M |"i> 11 .i '-"ii "I' % %  %  ktoked %  -•! In bei Sl Ol'l'l 1 \\ I UM TO,. %  i \ustra Ihx Page 10 I,, dsn LS UttlnnotKexit^s World SitissUioii .VAsliiNGl'i U i' thai lh rtera it., former i>o*rt were removed, the Administrator's office bean*] OB which the whole business of uld not continue. Iiixilinii niiMidshed \.-.ii 'In Vilui.r. i I BJr> -i..milai. the Uovrnor said, no loinniuiuty was entirely free of lergcncies, and early this year (partenead serious dis. defeated by 39 vote, to' order-. van .ibstentions ."ice of order and Belirade. M government's first l wag firmlv convinced (hw lo the people it governed, lat Yugo-lm ii-x-i times rould luii k of uii adequate I and up to any .iggrcsaor But) the lime of emergency la an Invit i%  raad ot Hi.dangW uf the;i"'i %  • disorder and even hloo-lflftli column. "Today sometlilnif l . t la l>eing attempted under guises In our country; In the first place by the mmlnform" he asserted In a speech on the tenth %  nnlvaraai %  ->f 'he tH up sts rm> Lo* Ataaetes. Military air tranirt with forty military personnel aboard crashed and burst into flames In Prazler nimint.iln %  en of Tehachapl mountains dldinif northern and sraithern California. shed, i: Id be fm.li. to disband s time.'' Arundell q.V.i lofteliainl Administrator M-cMllh.n ic.id gc ]UM bacora the Uon for adiourmnent .rid tJairy remarked that it was now I la decision to fight for the fruitl'
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Reds Asked To Account For 1,000 Prisoners
Communist List Full
Of "Discrepancies"
PANML'NJOM K.mim. Da.
The United Nations demanded Cattmuiilsti lo explain wh>
they omitted Irom their list of United Nations war
ers more than 1.000 prisoners previously reported by Reds
A aharp note from Rear Aumiral R K I h\ \. United Nations
member of the Prisoner jb-Commi'.'.. ihat the
Communist 11s* of 11,659 prisoners wu full .,( 'wide dis-
crepancies" and was "wholly unbelievable."
Ub%> demanded thai Commun-
Britain Will
Not Help In
UnityofEurope
Say* Ommmi /** Onrib
PARIS, Dec. |L
General Charles De Gaulle,
leader of the PVench People's Rally
today described the European
auny and Schuman coal and *tecl
pool as "substitutes' and "carica-
tures" of the idea ot a United
Europe. He told a press confer-
ence that "these substitutes may
endanger the European Idea itsrtr.
"By devising thin*, thai can
U arcely work and lead to dit.ip-
"ointments, and if they do nut gain
i he support of the masses there Is
The danger of arousing people's
disgust foe m European
(allure" *
General De Gaulle faid lh..t p- -
manent United States pressure In
favour of these "substitutes" might
lead to failure to unite Fin
Three conditions, he said, werei iu.. i_ _v*wtii tn kdhu .
kS-hSSS: ,'l'Urnm.|ra In lh- Comm.
1. A strong France to carry out
difficult and conUnuous policy.
2. Germany solid! >
European Institutions to abolish
the risk of German hag*
t> en pr 5
i-ts pmvide "complete proper and
i explanation'* of dis-
crepancies The note raised th>
hopes of hundreds of U.S. n
prisoners beyond 3.108 reported
by Communists on Tuesday ma;
yet be found alive in Red prism
camps.
InhelievaMe
The note said Communist pro-
paganda broadcast*, releases and
either reports have named more
than 1,000 U.N. officers and men
not appear on the latest
Communist list
The note also said that the
CgmmuniW listing -t only 7.141
South Korean prisoners out of
lens of thousands missing In actioi
constituted ,i "wholly unbelieva-
ble rall." under condltiona of
warfare in Korea.
Colonel James C. Murray, U.N.
liaison officer delivered the note
to Chinese colonel Tsal Cheng.
At the MM time he suggested
that the prisoners Sub-n
resume discussions of
change of captives at II :
urday. It was agreed.
PAKISTAN
i.-
thc
Communist
list of prisoners then. Ubyy'i
protari to Communists largely wai
baned on information released by
Communists themselves The note
said that on ISth August 1950 for
example. Communists submitted
the names of fifty war prisoner,
the International Red Cross at
(lenevn, Switzerland.
The note said "thirty-one of
these names do not appear on the
December lBth roster furnished
bv Communists.
Tf.F.
Cuke Will Not
Represent W.I.
Yam o :t d-i i -.-' ! i
U)NDON. Dec 22
Mr. H. A Cuke will not be able
lo represent the West Indies at
the Commonwealth Ministers' Fin-
ance Conference in London early
in the New Year. He was inform-
ed this morning by cable that he
had been nominated and he salfl,
"1 appreciate the honour being
done me. but I have my business
to tbink of I have been here al-
most three months already dis-
cussing the Commonwealth Sugar
I Agreement and I cannot afford
' anymore time "
Petain Would Have Escaped
In 1942 If He Had A Plane
PARIS, Dec. 21.
Late Marshal Philippe Petain told a Parliamentary Com-
mission during the secret interrogation in his prison cell
before his death that he would have escaped to North Africa
in 1942 if a plane had been available.
The World War I hero of Verdun who died early this year
on He Dyeu where he was imprisoned since then interro-
gated by a 29 member Commission in his prison cell in
July 1947 said because of his agehe was 91 at the UM
his memory was failing and some of the facts concerning
the quest mils put to him had escaped him.
A'ked if he had ever thought)
of escaping to North Af: < ml
1942 the aged soldier said "yna,|
not only did I think of it. but I
realised I had made an anormoiu
mistake fan not having a personal
plane at my disposal. The Mar-
shal said he had charged a roo&l
officer with the task of wetting
him a plane, but the officer failed
Returning- to the question later
the Marshal said if he had had
a plane at that time of the day
landing in 1944. he would haw
made contact with free French
leader General Charles De-
Oaulle.
The following are some of the
questions and answers:
Q. Do you think 1939 war
should have been conducted in the
same manner as the 1914 war''
A. It was very cause 1939 war was made by manv
Q What do you tin
gnnization of armouied dMgsOMl
A I didn't have to
armoured divisions. But it might
..-en pood t.. '
Q Were you in agrr. <
General De Gaulle who was V
... 'i
A. I dW not oppose It but thev
asked for my advice at great dis-
tances.
Q. When approximately did you
get an Idea to ask fui
A. When the German steam
roller stopped at Bor<;-
Q Not before?
A. Never before. I thought
; ttgj bad thing whieh
will get i-iuch worse If they will
not prevent It. I remember that I
ailed a meeting of Generals earl/
In June 1940 to tell these if we do
not conclude an anniaUce we
ATTORNEY
GENERAL
ADMITTED
To Local Bar
The He
C.impbell Wv
'i :il.
Oa
introduced to the Bar b
Reece K< SoUcitoi
and admitted lo practise u the
iocal Courts by the Hon. the
thief Judge. Sir Allan Collvmore.
Nearl> all tfie practising barris-
ers and solicitors turned out to
Alines* the Introdu
Introduring Iff Wvlie. the
loilcttOT General said, that he
W bom in New Zealand in 1905
and had been educated at the
. .- School -.n.l
e University of New /.
"At an early age." he said. "Mr
Wylia showed the ability to make
a success In life He graduated
the I'nivemlly of V /..
Bachelor of ljiw with
first class honour* and in 1928
admitted to practise In the
Court.-, of New Zealand
Barrister and Solicitor."
He practised in that Court with
success until 1940 when he joined
New Zealand Expeditionary
1 lotinrtlon
HI li- discharge in 1945 with
the rank of Major
In 1946 he Joined the Colonial
Barvtea sj Crown roiinaal fan tha
Malayan Establishment and In
1950 was promoted to the office of
rnior Federal Counsel
He was also i member of the
English Bar
He has now been appointed
Attorney General of Barbados,"
he said, "and has recently assum-
ed the duties of that office.
t have no doubt that his abWtv
and experience as a lawyer, cou-
pled with his knowledge of men
and affairs, will enable him to
diaoharge that duty to the satis-
faction of the people of this
island and to himself.
"I welcome him among us and
preas the hope that Mrs. Wylle
and he may he happy among us.
and when he leaves this Island
promotion, he will take with
him happv recollections of this
island.
The Chief Judge said. "It is .ny
privilege and. pleasure, -i behalf
of my brother Judge (Mr Justice
Taylor) and myself, lo extend n
hearty and sincere welcome to
u this morning.
"The presence of so many
embers of the Bar and of the
Solicitors' branch of the profes-
sion, is a sure Indication of the
if their welrome to you
onfldcnt Ihat In so far as
their power ties, you will get
o-operallon from them
"IJke the Learned Solicitor
General. T wish you and Mrs.
Wylie | happy stay In this Island
and hope that although the
duos* of your office may prove
vcrv orssfWasj vet they will no*
liear upon vmi too heavily.
"I wish you well In everv sttf
You are now entitled to practise
in the Courts of this Island ."
Replying, the Attorney General
said that he was Indebted to The
Hon. the Chief Judge and tho
Solicitor General, for the kind
words they had said.
"1 come here with a deep sense
of humility because I BoflM to a
place which, for a young country.
Is full of institutions .md tradi-
tions which T have always
garded with respect and which
we do not come In contact with in
a voung country.
"From the welcome I ha
reived this morning and the
assurance of assistance, T ihall
certainly do my best to uphold (tie
of this Institution"
Sir Allan Extern!*
Greetings To Bur
The Hon. The Chief Judge.
Sir Allan Collymr-re
extended Christmas greetings
the members of the Legal pro-
fession. He said: "May the ago
old message of peace to men of
goodwill reign lo our hearts at
and during th<> eojttll i
yew and may each of us by hi
endeavour and Industry seek to
promote happiness and prosper-
ity in our Island home."
I extend best wishes to all.'
U.N. Will Give Up
Islands To Red*
PANMUNJOM. K. ... L* -'1

give up ,.ii the Island H heads
off the east and west coasts of
tgaj (" muctial N
'. staff officers at-
tached no string* lo
but j spokesman said It was mads
In anticipation tht Beds would
yield later to other Allied de-
mandsperhaps on the key Issue
of rotation of troop* during the
truce. C.F.
GIRLS dsnee to the
yesterday
Band daring the OhrMaa* Party i
I NUhteiigil. lion*

from All Quarter*:
Boundary}
Will Not Be
(Jhanged
BETWEEN BRAZIL
AND VENEZUELA
NEW YOBK. Dee
Charles E. Hitchcock, dlrartor of
the American Geographical Socie-
ty opined that the boundary t>e-
/uole and :*nrJ' v
defined bv Hrarff fn IMS will not
isianged as n result of the
ibttshment of tt .
lbs Orinoco hy Franco th>
M r Hitchcock
said 'h,it the .istrontimlr.il fix of
ver's 0UKSJ r-ported by
Veneruel.n- "coincides exactly"
ltd Um x given b) U.. |
xpedltlon th.it explored |he
Paris. The Unite-l N 11 o n
t.iday ovar-
-..i S-^iet i li.irg
i ' lad States was organ-
ing "fifth cptuann" groups U.
anli form sani h hs* Sovir
solution demanding a repeal of
] Security,!
Governor Arundell
Overrides Leg.
Council Decision
ii
Australia Bowled
Out For 82 Runs
West Indies Out for 105
A KINK bowling perfoi mance I
wcketaftar38nina,and v.
the main causes oi I
rssT) .. ||
Ai tea-iline the West Indal
It...... |
I !

II.i.m-II not I'l.ninii f dived, held II
iimp
in* w< ... now tough
. itaaa chance ol wi
.1 ii si matcii *hi i
HKKNAllA. [>
(From OeVOtn ( ot r. s(hiimIimH
Governor Arundell Inforntcd the LeglBLlturt in a messaK1
UldsVy uf his lirnsioii to rxereisc Ins iivfrrulruj |wwi
n-tain the post Oi Assistant Admimsti atur and UM I h tl [|
\oliinleer Ci>nslabulai\. 0Q leainini; of the refusal t
fundi by tho same I.egiMaliveC iDcil i u-rday.
He said he was reluetant to line thcaa powers but
his rfutv f (fo .. where fn frff. rf^flhernfr furfirmenr 7, i-""t f ,<** .?-* ?"",.*"'' ,T ("'
trUlo the colony. ,.,..,. jl^^^^lS? 'ZjF
his considered opinion
traUve I'sad-
.1.1 break d>

'.Lllljll l.<|l.i.:
id withdrawn
IW B in to Ills Uijuiy.
I .in unliK Ks .
I bul H ,i1'""' tb*i im
....'tul.'i i mil .... | meet hl
w.iv Tiud'ubteUlj tin
Idc 01 |.. i
tile i,. id in the last 20 .ear. li ISM
meant to the d l
egcaji Hi..- Ad.-i.i' ,, isi bowler,
Noblett, oaam all 'i
fonner twelfth mao Jim i
it nu certain m,.t Arttu
owi i iptain did ool
srltb four opening bo-l- i
and only one opening K
.,, (

rnuvi i j
Sjave waj
After aaaUall
> . Idsnf it would i i
i. rapped J hk
. ,
With Guillen
A I .
Warehall I
'in i u.iin. i;oini / tiiMidard A
OulDen it.",
i .li'FitiTie
^uatnfja Uon
vsq Miii.r Hob I
(an Johnson, inll John I
NobtetL ii.
twelfth man U)jh1 rah
Ihe -itart and ll- daj
vHe overcast
, Morris Win Tn*s
Mmiis won the toss and
to appeal The ITmpires talked
I] en given
OSjj
WorrelL
Within Id minutes of the start
out. It
asjata I
' .
The Islander.-' fielding was
uian seenn thai throat
trying ty
IniproA-e Ihe i
bsW Miller and Harvey
t.nk Kin.li. baj ran onvertad
.i Mltl b> lightning
in Ming an .turns
this reatra
M |"i> 11 .i '-"ii "I'

ktoked -! In be-
i
Sl Ol'l'l
1
\\ I UM To,.

i \ustra-
Ihx Page 10

I,, dsn
LS UttlnnotKexit^s
World SitissUioii
.VAsliiNGl'i U
i'
thai lh
rtera
it., former i>o*rt were removed,
the Administrator's office bean*]
OB which the whole
business of -ill if deprived of W to
ina i.iii abe QovaionMad rf tha
>uld not continue.
Iiixilinii niiMidshed
\- .-.ii 'In Vilui.r. i I BJr>
-i..milai. the Uovrnor said, no
loinniuiuty was entirely free of
lergcncies, and early this year
(partenead serious dis-
. defeated by 39 vote, to' order-.
van .ibstentions ."ice of order and
Belirade. M government's first
l wag firmlv convinced (hw lo the people it governed,
lat Yugo-lm ii-x-i times rould luii k of uii adequate I
and up to any .iggrcsaor But) the lime of emergency la an Invit i-
raad ot Hi.- dangW uf the;i"'i ' disorder and even hloo-l-
flftli column. "Today sometlilnif
l . t la l>eing attempted under
guises In our country; In
the first place by the mmlnform"
he asserted In a speech on the
tenth nnlvaraai ->f 'he tHupsts
rm>
Lo* Ataaetes. Military air
tranirt with forty military per-
sonnel aboard crashed and burst
into flames In Prazler nimint.iln
en of Tehachapl mountains dl-
dinif northern and sraithern
California.
shed, i:

Id be fm.li.
to disband
s time.'' Arundell
q.V.i
lofteliainl
Administrator M-cMllh.n ic.id
gc ]um bacora the
Uon for adiourmnent .rid tJairy
remarked that it was now I la
decision to fight for the fruitl' af Padararson n i Domini
Status.
New Era For
Empire Sugar
Producers

'ehessrfull) have hidden himself in
I aome raotota place i i |
. ihe tu ii
Misll K..I Met
jdlsllk..... |
1X>NIMIN. I"
A new an has betfun fo| ba>-
?iie sugar producers with the
igning in Umdon today of the
Cohmdouwaaltb aunt asjraamant<
IVitli llnlaln U tin- LMi-iiinrr
ctmnlry, and OotninolMPi
i ini-em. mtand to
banefil from t'"- long
tract which will enxhle producers
rtth i onit-
dsssea in Hi' >i '-'ii"u h
Una nificiug Hi".n an
the responsildlity of ensurinv
thst theU -illed
And Ihe ..greement lu .. i.n -
licular slgnlncanr,. for (h- West
fndies.
I
l..., . -i ,
! the third >>*ii Burki drov<
w i n n and Goddard ;.i
M ills to,,k a
Burka inothei
V/orrell'i
Hist ball and It was fatal The
wiim loon- and in i
niiajudged sweep al a baO OB Um
leg Nine was bowlad Morrli
bowlad Worrsit. i. Ona lor four
Mtai rfaaaalli anUlsdrawaL this
Lmmedlata dlanilasa] of M
an astounding beginning for Hn
W. ( Indies It wax rflnVutt tn
know what Morris had I
when he played a* he did
i
Cabinet mem-
bers win.
Europe bthu I'rosldeat

Attonw] Oexieral J
Jd Unit Mr. Truman waa
UuUn| drastic ucUon" agauv:
..i i raoosia Iran
11... i'i. j i.
.
and W. Aveicll Hanim.ui. Dlreo-
Un for Mutual Security, ail of
whom have just letinned from
bTJ J.iiin
V. Snvii i

ion Wr .i d and the world


- toed he was u pretty
_
i.ipi.'.
II th
,11 the
fellov
IT.P.
labour Win
In Antiguu
Fear Iisielleil
A special clause In It will an-
-n.id.i In the futur, t-.
From &4.H7J To $42.K7V (make her sugar purchas.
Neari ranra budaat rroa lha Commonw/onlnS Drodu*
(.mi. i to fc4.7^ srhaaj UsttlaiO eui| ureas Instead of Huouah ihe
lot gjwrtnd majority pressure in Kik.i Ministry ->s at pn-sent l In
iM'K.I'A. r>
h man i.dour llrig-
ade, eon,prising V C. Bird. Uunel
Hur.l, llsnirt SsV-pherd, lli.Uey
Carrott. Novell K 11 Kl> h.irds,
B Hirst. Ernest E Williams
i H i-ik.- bava *on
an overwhelming victory bv cap-
turing idl eight seats enabling
aaroh tnumplbintly Into
I^gislaUvc Council with
Six other seats con-
v. ai Itana Government officials.
Administrator. Treasurer and
Crown Attorney plus three noroJ-
fiatad rnembers.
V. C. Bird and E II. Lake war*
on previous councils. The other
Final results of the last two i'l-
stitueniies were as follows St.
.md St. John. It'iral
2*12 votaa,
Norrtu White 159 votes, __
Litter deposit V $80 "*
St John's CHj. S-sithl'-'l Unoa
nd Barbuda. I^ke. I.IM. J-,seph tw..- K
Pernandes 229 the day
tha hi inoa Conunmao, thi
morning ended up $42,079 as the
( .Heir i \ message eaereidne
hH n-rin- power* to rets.!. Iu
'li'letod Items dnimaUcally upset
the design- of an already esultant
M M.W.U (sillikai con I
Yesterday tho Admlm iUm
'< had aavad a ottsar
ream - m
of anlai) for Ihe |Mst of A
Administrator held as a distinc-
tion by Hon. seTCssM
siong, who has baM fl
fora W,ld War I in
/hit h he BW action and
due to r.-tire about August next.
Final Uudget figure*
$3.400.n27. Expenditure $3 44.70
BCAJMRAL rtTAIN
mtPUB iTiT*: hiiimim;
SELLS FOR $61M0,OO*
NEW YORK. Dec 21.
The 102 it".
I Building, the tallest in "
was handed over to its new owners
on Friday for $51,500,000. The
buildji g waa purchased from the
estate of the late John Raskob,
financier and politician, by
aTaaasfeatoi
U.N. Jf<*8 Strike Al
Heel Sn||il\ Koutf--
*TH Alii FOBGS UQM
Korea Dai I
TMtteal c brnd
!:
Korea I
..
hoofins? at Communist
twi-nl> lix. p| .
u and Sunchon during
meaus that the Wet Indu h I
fe-r of losing Ihe Canadian mar-
ket and Canadlaj
neilad. F-n- from 1952
she West Indies will be able to
sell direct to Canada.
Sparta] provision has also t>eeii
ade if neeeasary for H.W I oetll
IK i|iiota to serve Curiada,
bus ilnuudlienUig tho trade ties
tie two areas.
rhe i ulian fear has al
ato tha back 0ound with
a guaranteed quota and
III tha and "f i!9--and
lha pn liability of extension
EmntM producers have bean given
for the Ant Ufhe the oppcsrlunlty
to aWTelop without thought of
lump in world r
And to other primary producers
there Is the message of hop.- that
Empire markets will be developed.
Mr. McCowsn flies ba< k
I Ii II A Cuka leeves as
soon as air passage ran
arranged._______________
Planes Drop Food
if.i.- \ WV I
tOfoa planes have
rlnipped frKid and medic- ll
nt' in Southern Israel
cut off by floods, an armv ipokes-
man announced today.
-U.F.
PvrminnUm To Inspect Rid Prison (amps Asked
TOKYO. i- 21 national Mei,-, Organj
' I'ldgway appeslf-d per- allowed lo vitlt Communist prison [Uon In i
sonally to Communist chief* In j camps hut CommunM* have re- Rldgway (olnted oul that Red
r, iiuirianl.
tartan inspectlono of their priaoii
a broedcast dll
Prsanser X
;'
Kori the
I reine Con.n and-
P I
1 be al.owad
to visit Allied loldlers held prlson-
tJves of the Red Cros si
peatedly that agent" o" the loter-
aajuaat.
in Japan and South K<
Ith their asstst-
Bda of soldier* concen
and ipaak Swiuer-
- 'I 'and. presumably to assist In any
'uni(e'if [irimets Hint may be

II. idd< ii no way can I
-triable reason for your f The Red Cross has h
gran', permr I
loterppUonal Committee <.f the [camps since II
to perform the basic tin R
humanitortan work for which it I V f,

IT'S THE TOBACC<


PACK TWO
HA KB Al HIS AOV1XATK
sATl'BDAV. IIEC'EMBER 22. IW1
Cahib galling
Nephew
(dados for ,. holiday la
Mr | British
rued lien- recently
i in.1 where hi
obtained hi* Diplomc. m Agricul-
ture at ItocDocwld Colbgt, McCUl
was cnti .
.ma before
going up Id Canada te f
know Jctige in Agriruliui<
Hi Mj ing al Hilton. M..swell.
Christ Church artUi hi, father. Mr.
E. A. Talma. Sugai On
Messrs. Booker Brne.. British Gul-
Ut'. Talma who
ing a holiday hi Barb-nn- n
<*d home earlier te the
Assistant Official Reporter /
llOJ
a ibt
> nibiy
noer on ruesday,
.mother admuoii wu Mi. Jaii>'*
P Iir..ii. iatt> i-
i Report-
iloun.
Mr. iiraihwailc who until hh
quite ievent i^igitaUiMi_ was
Mmur Kepintcr al the
Agvwair. Dju bMn M journal is

been at the BeJ*ae)e- Adve- Dieti-lct. SI. O
M"
YOUNG BASIL HOLLANDER
from M In Barbudn* spending th Chnst-
_ m . holidays with hia aunt Mua
To Join Family a. lNochoen.
JACK MAI1SON of J. A. Basil la the son of Mr. and Mrs.
ii & Sons waa among Pxul Holtender of Montaerrst wtto (
trie pasi | >esterday were in Barbados earlier this,1
Par B.G t>) RW.I.A. to imn his yet. on a holiday.
d famiiv who are already "'
there The> .impending CWrf- \MMICW COLUWIi
in Mr* Marsons parent*._______________________________
Mr. .md Mr- Stephen Psaila of
"aSTt .........pi......... Not Enough Funs
Fi f Shorn***. S.J He had been
naatftini at fit. Patrick's R.C.
Chureh durmi the absence of Fr
dfr, Parkinson
Sitters
SI'rNDJNti .i holiday in Rarba-
i. Um Misses Vena and
(Jrassj Griffith of Trinidad wh.
ONLY Om SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN
TWS IXOTING FIA6RANCC
Ywr sal* will ha (eo Ver.iwNhr..
desire Wr del*, y from htaaUtll
'it yen bath* with fragrant
Cashmere Bouquet Beauty Soap.
^a4t/i44te*eeoua?~ pirfumid siaut* sop
About Sport
-I
vri.iii ituin
Royal College of Music
" Vllte N I, I, L
Bl ATI (LH.4M.I d
1 LIKED the sustention, on
this, p-ife the other day. that
we in this country' do not make
enough fuai abaart sport. If this
1* so. I blame the unscnsntlonal
leadlines.
ved hare recently on their flrat ^S^GT '2. "SBlmay,
. >>. i,i.Pri ti>. ,. **. satisfy the regular follower* of.
^? enjoying their holiday ,nUrm , p,^ ^.j ^^^!
oMt are liking forward to. won- . ^ l^r^n- columns.
barful i hr^imas. Thaw people must be attacked
Vena to a civil servant attached through their imagination. "Three.
o the Treasury in Port-of-Spain Turkish Woman To Play rdr
vhilt Oracc is a school taacher at Bup-'-rland" would probably
T..urigua E.C Bchnol They are arrest the eye, and compel even
toith slaying al Rydal Water* the apathetic to read on. And If
Qua* llouac. WorUiing it be objected that people would
I E B
i of Mr
i of S-nilli
me waa a pas
Twsj Winners
had
ssjsrssi trss p-"*"Hc,ur- p""nu -
THE result- of the two raffle* -----
...lanieed by Mrs J. H. WU- Stto
reply
uld
only by^
dassatogf
rale. Ourfcng tie whole pcriuil. aaruaer on Uie UaJBaa on her way kbuon at the Annual Baiaar In a yy normally curious
part of his work fits bean Uie re- to England. Miss lialley will enter ;.ld of the Old Ladles' Home are.- J\ m^ Twelve Goals Tor
porting of the u*UleB in the House the Hoyal < olleue of Music next Winner of the Largo Pressed oioaaop In Three Minutes."
of Assembly and the Legislative term which begin* Jjnu.u- 7th. IMI -Mtos^ Margaret Bentiey of would think there waa more In
Council. He has abo reported m- 1B52
ternallonal and inter-colonial con-
ferences held in the Island1
"evere! uccuatoiu he ha
Ch.ef Rrporter Of the lUrnaelee vrttrrU.y W-B lLincln#f ,hr(,ui,h
the January adltion of the OasV
Co-nrfort
WI1II4I waiting m the recep-
tion room of my dentist
nf the Doll's House complete with
furnitureMrs. H. L. Messiah of
Ciimduna". Bishop's Court Hill.
n!'.tl!7Km0tl,UC1C*f"Ullr!^J 1'i"' > whWn waa tin- comfort-
- -f ahortband and typewriting (
lal^nrl mpil iiiinihur I if __. r
in Uua island, a good number of
his pupils are holding rcponsibl'
poats In uch fields >>oth at home
and abroad.
H*
Happy
|AI'PY b
four years in
Miss Doreon Kuich. eldest daugh- *%",,,>l
wr of Mr. and Mm. Errumt Km.li
sg Istortow**, Hartlngg I
a visit to her porenla ut
hfoniia. Dorren HavelU J
to Trinidad on the sj. Marmaciun
vis the Panama Canal and then
flew from there home by B.W.I A.
tton"Smile. Will You "
Cure far taothaeae: Take a
mouthf'-
the Btassa milil it botls
Puerto Rico And Virgins
bout "AMR H L N. ASCOUCjII. Dlvi-
Canadu is ^** ,"ton"LMa",W'. S*5'** .*nd San
Burtlelgh" Strathclyde Winner football than he had suspected,
"*" and only a highbrow could realst
"Film Star Heads Referee
Through Ooal," or Shefflald
Wednesday Backs Mobbed By
fsrrata."
I SEE that a lot of forged old
masters have come to light.
As Timothy Shy remarked at the
time of the Van Meegeren
resident at Jamat- rOrgerio*. if all that the experts
Island. USA.Sheirrtvad want of a picture la genuine.
(W.I > Ltd
Annual Leave
Vl'i anil Mrs. Kenneth
Jaaataic. L.I.
pAYIN.i her first visit back to
Barbados after an absence of
3S years Is Mr*. Alfred Holder
Bai I n
Cg 1^K1|
here lust week by the B.t. Feft signatures, why not cut teiem oft
Tewnsawag and is staying at the old masters and give them
I^-uU>n-on-Sea, The Stream, until to them?
January 28 when she will lesve for a*"\N reading about a firm which
a \J ,
TO-MOBROW a MONDAY, 4 M a S.30
Col'imhm Smashing Double
ROBERT YOUNG MAROUFBITE CHAPMAN
1W
""Wntmrrr** "
and
HOHSIMW Or THE SMERBAS
Starring:
CHARLES STARRETT SMILEY BURNETT
Juan. Puerto Rico, for
posts
crtlslng material to
"m1','ik V.?? ** 'or' returning home. lighthous^-bsulcfssri; I began to
Puerto Rko Cmrtirtg out with Mrs. Holder. wdsr what go-ahead
Om
vi rain *nd ""yln st Lea ton-on-Sea. Is "n
m,.j i ...in. iti>rk> u,,ii.u, ua>_ ni
slands He was M,v"* Lytlia Barker, another Bar-
accompanied by badian also of Jamaica, Long
"" C. J. VvLaw- kt>nd Saw Is now paying her hrst
An, Engin- U i>fk home nfter an absence
of the sima o< ''3 year*.
puny
Thctr
o took
iugh Ja-
young
nine a campaign lo
make people lighthouse-minded.
How will he overcome salee-
resistnncc in trie inland countriet>,
where people will have to be con-
vinced that they really need such
luxuries?
"""" "" aV Mir'1
at prea.nl holidaying m e^^^^B Vhev wire met
Barbados. Mr. Corbin who is with gf^^^gSsjl^ S. a well by
> Alcoa Steamship i" In VeBaV Mri Ascough
im his annual leave Idle h i n * oi i.a Bn(j jj|r j. *_
until Daceanber 3eHh. Uw-y are HoUrn*. liivlsonal Serretary,
staying with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Cable and Wireless
Lewis of "Grosvenor". Spark Gap.
Oerrtwon
atl COftkUi and Mrs. Lewis are
Here For Christmas
MR. and Mn
Curacao
MacLhmald of
TIM! ,itt.-n i>t <.r a county coun-
cil t the
new .iluminti
fhelr ..w cari in their own * (pal ixlueUon
aardsna ralsoK many question*. *'-. nciomnneers, wirmraw,
Should pe-iple be nllowed to keep eereis. and lea-leaf renders), and
tootr cars in thctr garages? If so. aRer dissecting u b.
Co*n'eToftoti In fiirmtnofiam
"It's very lovely here, Dorto."
"Yes. But there is no light-
..w -H-. had been hull- house. Tom! Why don't you build
daying here for the past two one?"
weeks, are remaining for Christ- (One pear later)
ma-, and Ihe New Year before re- "Oh, bravo, Tom! To think triat
mg home. They are staying ">u husband brought lighthouse-.
it House. to nirsningham!"
Mr MacDonald is one of the "Thanks to you, Doris.
Assistants attached to the Labour ,Tni"*<: "Good old liohl-
IX-partment of the Shell Company. "^^L '
npME sonps are depreasino
cnouyn. but she rinoa them
uith fears courstno doum her
cheeks to the accompantmciir
TcreTberarlno sobs.
(Item about a cabaret.)
A prophetess, after silling '> BnllyjamesduB. | \ *<
fr Ascough Wgl coniinu. Jus *\*]^^<*!1~~-
if Cahl. Win i Lranch-
his area early in the new
BY THE WAY.....By Beackomter
KluB. A
I i . to find
paper there Is a plc-liwurrylng al
ery thing. The beusll ihould go t
But in
ture of I.
has its head and neck stuck| n
1 through a window of the bus. aud '
b. idfi .o^driv- gbbo^ma.,^MM i^".'.'...^^'...'^,''dfd" ST, X'r
In lhr.iKh lh.lr own mW '"' " ">ln li.r.r. Tor InU
When man cUlm. E Hh. ... -r... ..- ".v pr.^ j JJg- Ad^ U-rew- j pjj-
'" "n.propl ndhl. ., ,.........1-monjttjUjj ll ,m Uw (i PJ M ^ J
possessions in a~ wav thiil does <-f cihim
Interfars With bH neighbntirs. 2.000 th
i he not. in some subtli
jndermining trie cwentlal con-
trols which safeguard society?
Will not a time come when.
through laxitv lic apathy, n man will lake for
imM.i! his right to u-e his own
garage tor his own fBli Plnallv,
.4vmild a man be allowed to put
on his nwn hat*
\ iniltffrr
TJKOHHECY. as It I
Jt today, U ohe breath of life
ear stockings." Purmil
iKument. one ma}
r men's legs gni^
nil discard tics.
down the
ust have had
lirniiltie th*. *"" *- - !**> na*c ub
urratim. th "^ fl* '"*> *"
longer, Uiey
nnd take to
d'ui'f < Ii HI' Up a IHlltlillo
I
I a supplement to his Traffic
Schedule, C Suet, Esq., deals
PiiTrr / urn/nil.
*HE story *>f the woman who cru*i
sakth the Look Left -Look Right
ilgn* at crossings. Suet says: "The
c ii a 11 m o'
rc i Rl -
- _: JT
3 1 tt
, mm
THE Mori o( the .n who ">" "' ," """ ' wlurti w.y
, i ou tc lacli.i If, bv facini b.ck-
doctor lh>l Ihjro . n tarn ,* fcj ,umif l.ci, ll,i. t..OV
1 'L- ." X- ?^ta In "m **" .* "" ""'" ">'". ""
niiiKe tni* imsis for u piay ny m. .,* treat left a- neht and vice
Pierre Tombalr. louder of the "3* ,,KVing th. Teve *J
Ne t.iti-tc*. The blue- VT" ffStoJ.gKsasnd m ire
'*'" teteltaa and It .^W^n *o? So' ro^^ld" S.
ould live In the board of a Uwking to the left, that is. at the
>T giiTng traffic, you n
Menllmontant
who
would bg

cards on u
I...I. .,( .i
a gir
rstou*
the board
Ifuthlng-attenrlsnt
king. There
imtJ ail_ Va,,t ,cri look in ihe tippo>-
ight dis- lu dlr-J#ion x,, that IndlcaUd un-
'horus of
m krtak< wm P.y |r Vl,u ((rc prppanng to ,
frozen |x.d for the , v<(1,r ,mll* JJ ,,? tno
hinoceros. poisoned by wiU.o.,1 allamuUng to cross.
It i> u one-way street. In
% el low
Ever>-
in.tn
road,
inless
hich
nme the halhing attendant tries to cafJ. ,hW(f ,, pot^ |n ,.,,, ,hl.
light hi* pit-- with u wtuyush- m tmtorv croM,ni JS no
,'"uj-'.',"!. HSftSUi .,l1'"* n-slfic will be coming from the
oppo*ite direction to that InHl-

irom Us ruaro
S Mlllll. It,
i indigo tree, iti
n 1 J>
r asfore a soeai.
ng the futility of acHon
Al the end. a great cardboard box
is carried on to the stage by foot-
killer* nnd Ihe bluebottle H
driven int< it, and Ihe hurzinp
ri sBg
cated
MM llu- Irtiffii'n r*uir
Trlmo fAc Hate* i/ivml
REs
th
C.
Sl'ET. Esq., has succeeded.
.- tasisr. O)

I n in ..icrice. it)
i
i i
i
nierliag. IWi
in* aiia. ii;
i
l isrder r.t
disa u
iirpii neai
\>m. Of K
;wtn. (SI
oompouoa
I i D.U.
AdJ: aj Lob
......>^SP
MARKING kuperciliously
that "One would not suppose
there was much future for a nxe-
eatei .. writer forgot Te.lmo who
Joined a lire brigade and ate a
IKijN-r. In getting all Ihe small fire at a grocer's shop while
truffle between Fenton-street and bis mates were fiddling about with
Gardner-street going In one diree- the hoses. He was sacked because
tson. thus (-rending eight consccu- he was no good al rescuing cat*
eg "iic-wny street* Truffle He imned another brigade, and ate
hich would have gone in the so manv fires and at such a speed
other dlrsnuon win have to ,u* that the union objected. He then
tlie ii hi four limes before going started eating domestic flrei
' " k M the Junction of Elm- save fuel, and ended up a* Chair-
ifld I'arker-street for re- man "f the Fuel Board.
NsAsot ihis",
said Suet, "cuts out redundancy. / iMinuimg
and keep.-- ,ui .a en fluw pg one- *
way traffic."
THAT i
the
ither sad slory of
explorer who engaged I
native as cook On the Qrst day
the man looked In at the tent open-
ing and said. "How would you like
n p cooked?'* At VciMillesin !!
>( the more esSaricntury French
remfart it ihe
LIFT BfYIXfl
Turtle Shop
in Uie
MARINE HOTEL
AMM-I-DENT TOOTHPASTE
COMPETITION
FIBST PRIZE I Mrs. Ellen L. Burke. Bntton's Cross Road.
'1 psssseff Amm-i-dent Toothpaste because when Amm-i-
dent comes home to stay, you say goodbye to tooth decay."
siroMi rni/r Mr- H. Pilgrim RaddlnV. St. Michael.
"I prefer Amm-i-deeil loeshpaste becsuse I must be rrwe
to mv teeth else ihvy will be false to me. Amm-i-dent
ini.i.ii.-h o>f,-i^ ttn.th decay, keeping teeth white and gums
Ufa] -
TIIIRIl ritl/r : Mr Harry Devaux, UWy Meade OarVen*
I piefer Amia-, :iaat toothpaste bssMuse it has kept my
teeth free from cavll.es from the ftm# I started using It.
nearlv three years ago."
Winners may call at the office of K. R. Hunte tt Co.. Ltd..
lor their pmes
Wide range of Dtollnctl
FREE GIFT WRAP with ever.
GIFT ITEMS
v mono Purchase.
ni-fvivi. GLOBE Xmas Eve
*,V////r'.V//r'///A
EMPIRE
TO-DAY. Uil I SHOWS. 4.43 *i I.M
WITH
4 BIG REAL SHOWS
l. P.M. S. .IS and MIDNITE
-ANNA LI'tASTl -
starring:
PAULETTE OODDARD WILLIAM BISHOP
EXTRA
LATRBT BRITISH NEW8REELS
ROYAL
TO-DAY aalr. 4.1* ang 111
United Artist Double
*UST WILLIAMS LUCK"
Starring i
WILLIAM GRAHAM
GARRY MARSH
and
SLEEPING CAR
TRIESTE"
starring
Jean Kent Albert Lievei
TO
TO-MORROW only, 4.39 a
Universal Double
THE KILLERS "
HURT LANCASTER
'DEAR MURDERER
OLYMPIC/
address, without
bout who lives there.
Ihrough the addresses
telephone directory, and
f he wunts a name, and does Dot
care about the address he will
find It on any electoral register
unless the person In question ha*
no vote. Students who have no
Interest in either names or ad-
dresses should keep clear of the
whole thing, nnd get on with their
drinking
TM1E Idea of putting stuffed owls
X in s belfry to scare bats does
not go far enough. There must
also be stuffed bats to attract live
owls us it Is live owls and not
stuffed ones thai attack Uve bats
Then there must be live ferrets
Mack the stuffed owls and so
w attention of the live bit*
Urom the live owls and live rut*
to distract the attention of the live
ferrets from stuffed rats, and
stuffed badgers lo draw nff the
live ferret* from the live rats,
while the stuffed rats are attract-
ing the llvr owb from the stuffed
bals. And as night falls, .ill !
movement and uvaclty in the
gc-old belfry.
B.B.C Radio
Programme
TO-DAY only. 4.30 & 8.IS
..versal Double
"THE KILLERS"
Marring
BURT LANCASTER
"SNOWBOUND'
TO-MORROW oalr 4 J Ml
lM Doubl.
" HOUSE OF
FRANKENSTEIN -
BEWARE OF PITY
II O V Y
lO-DAY ONLY. 4M and
Universal Double
HOUSE OF
FRANKENSTEIN'
BEWARE OF PITY'
TO-MORROW only. 4.311 i
United Arti*l Double
JUST WILLIAMS LUCK"
With
WILLIAM GRAHAM
GARRY MARSH
and
"SLEEPING CAR TO
TRIESTE"
with
JEAN KENTALBERT LIEVEM
11 IS ssd. WiMi
teaits > .
4 n m V Hears. IS
M U>. Wi. *: ... Tip Toe Tub**,
> pin WbUn v Saulh Africa. SO* pm.
InleriLiile. Ill pn M.i*lc Ooas OtSSHl
W
SPLIT
IHOfJGHT that .. giraffe In a
bus was a light I should ncvei
e until the blue moon rose on the
Feast ttf Sainl lllinglin
in M.uvejoisi. tintil u*i year's
leaves were on next year's trees, jokes waa to ask Itew'Zei
nnd the water of the Durance ran delegate, "At what age did >
_^^__ uphill, and Paddy Hilev came back give up cannibalism?"
1 'She management and Staff of ^. $?. Svans
St
I & CWhttfields wish their Customers and friends
3i
&


THEY are flitting the tow
or Allansanle Bpring, Florida, In
twoone pan white, the "the:
black. Mayor John Gnddard
thinks that Utla will add gfeatl>
lo thf general harmony" btcause
now there srlU be no more bid-
ding for the coloured vote" on the
part of ofrke-ieahssrs. The town
has 31* whites and 201 Negro
voters.______________^^
v a^saa>fjea.aas404iea'''>^1
s
71
71 'Very fMerry Christmas
ZHappy & Prosperous StYew 'ty'earti

Id. c5?. Scans & t
H Holiday
Festivities
Start
I O-Ml. III
at
J Yoor Firnl Te of
IS&S
will explain more rlo-
x uuentlv than words can
WHY
I s & s
1st In Popularity
1st In t|ti;ilin
STUAgT A SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.
H-.idearler^ for Beet Ram
CLUB MORGAN 1
XMAS EVE
XMAS NIGHT & OLD YEARS NIGHT
A Hpeelal Holiday Dinner from I to 11 sun.
flipper served Ihroushoal Ihr night
OIHIMMVS I M Iv VMAM NIMH
Ab Old Faaedaned Chrtsnaua Turkey and Ham Dinner with all
the ('hrkUnu<> trimmings'.
om 1I1H-* SII.HI
I FOR CONTINVOUH
PLAZA
TOWN
UU1 231f.
TO-DAY 4.43 sk 1.3*1 pn
md continuing Daily
Warner Technicolor Actloa:
Randolph SCOTT David BRIAN phylln THAXTtR m
FORT WORTH
Estra SpecialThe Celor Short
"HOLLYWOOD WONDEBLAND**
- ii < i \i NOTICE: Ne Massssaea en Men day 14th *
Tnee. 21th iXaaaa Day) iBTTewn A Ogatlnl NIGHT HHOWK
AS I'SUAL AT B.M P.M.
SPECIAL TO-DAY
9. SO a.m & I JO p.m
WILD BIAUTV"
l"i POUTERLota
COLLlEIt & "Wild Beant>
King ef the Wild Harsea a
"BIDEBB Of The
SANTA FE
?
*?>
ENTSkTAINMIVT THROLOHOIT
1HI Ml.HI
loon*:: NOISEMAKFBS"!
m '', TO CJRF.FT
THE
SgfcrAc' NEW YEAR IHnner 3J.M
k* Ihtace fl.M
Members hav-
ing D i n n e i
Reservation*
^g ^ j ,li Iv ir.
ed of their
Ear i | tables

*i*s BaS night. V riraae make
* Bsssfl
k, rr rx.li.iw
m early-
eafT lllal 4Se
^MMKsuiMiistsifiinn?(nHn.'
SPECIAL MIDNITE
Moadar 14th Hum In)
IRONTIUl LAW"
Ami
iwca imAn."
PLAZA-emiN
TO-DAY i TO-MOItROWl
4.49 A l ii.m *
Monocnun iw.nu .
"iAO WOT"
Uaytl NOLAN '
Audw MURPHY ;
Jamti CLCABON '
AUx, Th. Chrlnm.. Shur:
CMUTMA URAAM
MIUNITK TONITE
"RCUAM la Th. Mir
Iti.b'Ti LOWEHY
W.Uj VTRNON
with bill ELLIOTT n.
Ba< latar In
' MAKRHAI. Of RENO"
^PMlal Tw-a. t.M p.ra.
AN ANTONE AMSIIIB'
MmnU ll.lr a
"FIONTIEE
INVEa-nGATO*'
Allan -nocaj" LANE
MIDNIGHT MONDAY
(Xm, Evp.
OtTCAHTII Of Th.
TRA1L-
Monta HALE
And
HOWN DAKOTA 4r
(tn Trucolor)
Wl:h Rov ROGERS
MIIIMII TONITE
1 Now Thriller. !
"OUTCASTS Of Th. TRAIL '
Monte HAL~
DOWN DAKOTA WAY"
I in Trticolor)
Roy HOOEB3
Comlnj ntlDAY JBTH
'.in -t 45 & tun p.m.
John WAYOT
Robert RYAN In
FLYING
Color by Trchnicolor
ST. JAMES
Ta-gay A Te-saorrow
s .n [i m.
Hat. SUN3 P M.
YOUNO DANIEL BOONfc"
Cmecolor) David BRUCE
At James OLIVER CUR-
WOOD'S CALL OF THE
KLONDIKE KiTby GRANT
& IIIIMMIK.
Ttft Vt onder Dtsf
MIDNITE TONiTE
"KID rrsen KANSAS1'
Dick FORAN
Andy DEVINF.
AND
" THE MASKED H1DER
Johnny MACK BROWN
Mhtnlte )
(Xmas Eve)
-RANC1R LAND"
Whip WILSON gt
Andy CLYDE
AND
MtAND Of FEAR'
Jimmy WARELY
MONDAY IBPM. I
-CBASHrNO THRI"
Whip WIUSON A
''SfSOVA'ISOO"
K.rbv GRANT a.
Chiaea*. The Woader Dec


ATmn*V. riFfFMBFR I 1M1
II \I:It \ihis ADVOCATE
P.fbl iiiKir
Dispensaries
Going Lp In
Br. Honduras
Si. Lucia Is
Backward In
Agriculture
\AKio i (r behind Ua
#\.>7i/ Yaw MARTINIQUE
Schemes For SUGAR UP
IT'ipsI Indies
Ifarbour Lug
IN I \RLISLE BAY
i Havi-tap*.
I .-.....'. h
In Writ Indian Govern-
;nailing I3UB.SM
SI V A.f"
Biiu-f the K'hrnu- liw at
ed under tlw Urmi
ttoh Hondr, - mtrodur*, be*ause the r^h( nmw Cl>loiual Devet,.pf.w.u
en have Miner been eorm ii Wrli... ,lm<>> ih
for will be coBptotod shortly, the, ltt., ^Khvv^5
lithe rrimiinlng two will I* thev could r- E Mr 1 C PU rim, ,i'r / rLv..,,,
iMied early . IK2. Ill addl- the * gg. ^-fL t*
E to Umm dsaDenseries. mill of Anruulture loW th* AsWoeate **"'* ''"""K J57?ft"
lions will be built
ht -ikI San rWro CulumUa. He said in-t M Luc.a used >o be
nurse will be in residence two | coaling station and in add.tion.
three days a week. Many Ibjrre were American and Brilitt
-iw- ,^ ^..... ...
II t IS \l
Latest Ifm published t,
Messrs C Ciarntkow Lin.
ted, the weli-km.*,, l.
don in gar broker* of assail
uiodu.nui, m th* French
Indies iiver numh-i 4 veers.
j - ''. >* n '**.a^ tZO^TZ^*?
lire war level -* hue m <;,i.age-i* "*. mTb^Twu
.. ''!*'. *"* '" already well be- , eeearcti gram of lllM.WJo >s ynnd thai pumt In Martini jue, s,*~ fetarssssa .. m
made to Hnliart Honduras foi sugar prodw tion rear lied It) i>eak ''
a land survey A team of >clenti>t lit th* ltM/3W venae* when Si .404
will carry out a survey of the ton* war* produced The crop
Itricta have become "dispen- troops stationed in the island *!> COMB) Aith a vie* to de- declined during 't*e war. ir.' u-
K minded", and there Is a Manv people therefore got their termining the right use to which a low point of IJOu ions in
number of villages and income from building barrack i for the land should be put. Tba raault* li'*4. In iwa>a\ it wax hack
which have sent in inquest* the kroow iiwt laving out fleHs will bo incorporated in a aeries of to 21.Too tons aM in KNUfcO.
ii. Intn IV.mii.tr.
i' .
at i> Kn-tr fnv.i B)
esrsart
04 Jomi>K. lor Dm-iux-i
VHoomr B>htv*t
Police Office*
For Training
taplam W. H R. Armstrong.
Supei Intendent of Police. Barba-
rian, etas been accepted far til
*ire of training at the
Police Collate. K\tvrt->wi-D>iM-
miift. England.
Lawtam Armstrong waa Urgt
appotntrd In the Catania I PUc*
Service in December lMl as
AaaisUut SuuenntciHlent of I1"!-
>-'\ Si. IjKia. He wj-
to Trinidad In April 1M1 as
A-.-t.iFit Supcrintendciit Of "!-
ic* and was formally transferred
in February 1045, wben- he
en-ad until his transfer to Par-
bado* a*- Superintendaii! i<
Police m March IM1.
0^s-SHirf
the Rovemment within recent
pith* Ior,tbeprovUlpn vr dnu- "Thi ueopli in Si tjicia ar. n<
f farntrtie* Fven tf rfn- moni
h>- ..v-ilul*- la>CDV th- rr-t nf AgwHur llectilly. a leant
m- ii. w dlspensartaa, which ii ^i**' indei
not. it would in* be i^i-s,!,!,. t,. Mr a rieK Prampton, Agrici
Dvido them with a tmnisi Q tl -- '.(i.il Anvivr to IhC CotnplroUtT,
% shift ft> m<- t "hi- aaaantoe) '-' -;,'i ''" alaad to advise on
b trainees are baing selected jgrlcultuml development projects.
[h -i i fi-im an are.i which ha*
present no midwife ,.i F>cvi*lapnient
E girls will be ti.iiiH-d at the lilu
tv Hoapital. On the* com- "'a addition, he said that the co
Won of their training, thev will new legUUtura intends to push
required to return to th" dhi- ruulivir..l development and it is proved art for school*. The largest.
Ct from whloh thoy ramc, and **P*c*e*l that in the near future, of $69,280 i-i for buildln
interim reports; and main of the
arafl be marked to *how *|part apurr
m '.able fur for- i*
I j LantatkM rnipt, cattle
nnrhing. ami mixed farming
tli .i mi Honduras al* roceivaa
$3,840 u enable the Public Works
iJepntmcm to employ an addi-
tional architect foe six months mi
tin (h'ii.it.Uuiu of plans, draw- wart*
ings and estimates requited for the
colony'* development plan
of th* other grants hI development In the
. up in practice there for nun. *< ill have quite a good deal of ondary-arnlor school at Plymouth. Th inrormat
Uni period of thrw vein
is taken from
Hrauuiraa Monthly llutlrtln
/iinmrnl puhli.
tiHit [umpcl to M.liHi tor I
< all wan in fie
when the Itajw i
54.011(1 t*n< wag reached C.i.d--
loup.- did not MifTer au< ii .. .i i .ous
- during the war. and has
thus barn able to improve over
prawar Mum- rrorn a IW.W/W "
piUuclion of Mt.OM sons, the i rop
rtually lncr.M-.-d aarly in the v.,.,
*ar t* ranch . (>rak of 7o.o*u tons '-*
in IMI/43 I! fell .iw-y to 26.000 "
urns In IW3 14. The g.rwisl
irend slnca then ruu l>e*n up-
wards to the 70,060-t.ai level
hi. h was resaintd m

i-
SEAWELL
M. *H
MOBILE CINEMA
UNDER REPAIRS
"" a.lHit..- of it.,
Cinema Unit will be tnni>.u... ,u
>oi|>enited a* lr.m Monday, iho
Jlih Deeember. 11151
in the interval the Unit will
ndergninjt repairn.

I. IM
Probation Work
In Barbados
h First Class
Siis VOWG
Phc, setup for probation i
acrleulti
island
"The augar industrv is function-
ing quite well Th< lui-.
there at the moment i* for experi-
mental Work with fertilisers That
said, has juat been
started
i lledgling lianann
Montserrat. The DftWlglofi Of tin*
school, with places for 210 pupils
will reduee overcrowding in the
oridiirv school, and will
also relieve congestion in tho
prlmnrv schools by providing a
Minor education with praclic.il
hum for children who would othci-
-Thare i- i lledgling Ivanan.i in- wise have to spend all their school
tart- life m ihe primary school.- A
ed to push, the importance of grant of Sl.OOt ui made to uHnplete
which is stc;iHlly Increasing. ThU work Of) the West End School in
is baaed on the Port of fresh AnguilLi. nnd a supplementary
fruit to the I'nltad Kingdom.- ,;, , 16.374 (or a Mw Metho-l-
VVith regard to cocoanuta. he 1>t fcchou| ll( Caslriva. St Luci*
t riaas. and although th. officer* rUntial increase In the price of ,..,mamUl^,A hv the aarv rft *,,il
* to work long and ir regular.--O'pi a and thvit had stimulated the 'T? 2Laaasa3 Tha
Us. I think it i quite wiSritanUng of more n-nanuU, pa. "SPSS** ^SSKTtsh^. "^
h while, particularly afteTw SiUrIy the m .H- furniture
ilta which have been nchievtd. crto on the whole this year was * ^l- jlw* '^'9,. ,"'"
1 Mr. VivKi.i Young. Probation quite food, especially when it is ph-menUry grant of li.Ul for th--
eiuploymcnl of extra stall u* . taken fro 1
BriUaal UMted PnMi .ir.-.
Mpi st Vincent
Young who
;i three*rnonth course m pro-
Ion Work, 'aid that l- had
ed eonsldeiable knowleii^p
here 5cr I5 applied
As far as c

, i, concerned, he '"
the rebuilding of burnt out
d that the arreag* I* relatively
II .,1 the iiKimint. but it Is be-
to be
------------7. i*. >^%.n> <-I1l.il! .11 I tit" Iliorili-Ol. out ii III ri the course He rxptetg to ic- ln|( lncr*ased and they now have
11 home on Monday.
The Barbados system
records is very ami
i, and add>
ireaaad by the
tn the Probation
Bench, the Bar nnd
aoJdttJoQ to other
Cocoa Propiigatioii Scheme lin-
I hv C V ind W funds This
1 already in oprratlon and the re-
. !.u better than war"
, De. nelpated
rtni.iit. .
M. PUfrim who is Maying at ii,,sh C.
_ 1 .. dot -on Bea". Tlte Stream, was "1
OHe of Ihe Windward lalMsdi del*-
tie inaugural nieetinar of
In Dominica, a bridge u
built over the Gr md Hiv
assure all-waath*r communica-
tion between Itoseau and the vil-
lages scattered between San Sau-
vcur and !-i plaine. A grant of
62.400 1- approved for this pro*
fact
grant Of tlitOOS I* approved
rover the
cog) of 1 cuiiniunitv iviitre build-
ntludlng a central h.il
mt Industrial Schools and %, British Caribbean Tc-hnlcal ading and writlna room*, etc
cry grateful to Major O. F C. A-K1/1 1 Nuri. ulture, H bartica. Fjaexruibo. a rapidly
leo'f. the Superintendent and Animal Her.lth and Husbandry,
Ken Simmons, the headmanter Forestry and Fisheries, which enn-
5 spared no effort to teach him -d ;it Qaitlnfl Hoik.- on IssUTa-
r.vthlng. A
le thought that QUrte lot was _________^^^
)g done for the boys ggnl
ihe Industrial Bchoosl m the
of vocaUenal irainuui. 0V lb'
mieii the Carols at aged b) the
di.n at the -chvcl and was
T much lmprc*-tad by their per-
ns nee
I'ur. hi- 'xperlenee gamed in
tiados, Mr Young said that hi
1 d to M ibla to t up a slml-
probatlon service In St Vincent
El .1 "
fled.
fith rtfard to Ibc training of
eiuU he -aid that th.y
Short Term
Policy For
The Colonies
developing township.
The total grants approved in
favour of Ihe West Indian govern-
ments in 1951 now amounts to
$4,917,139. Grants approved since
the 31st M .rch. 1946. to $20,764 J7S
j ,..,-:'
Inx in si.m .1
boyi
atsto
JAPANESE PRESENT
KIMONO TO
MRS. TRUMAN
TOKYO, Dec. 20.
I HI. Ilrittah Cabinet recently Th* leadei of 16.000.000 Japan-
ippruved a ihurt-larni polay t ese Kuikilu.il Sect- presented
itSmulato colonial production .f Ja^mese silk kimona for Mrs Tru-
lertala, and Ihus ease the man Thursday to John Simmons,
pprovtd m hooi bnla
boys at Fair Hall outside of wms put foiwar.l by Mr. Oliver part men t.U.P.
Divorce Court
i tin- Court tot Drti 1
iiuonial Causes yes'erdav,
l Hon. the Chief Judge pro-
head decree absolute in th"
I of Neville C. NlafetatVgale,
tioner and Agatha Nighten-
I. reapondent.
ewree nhri was proi|rtffQfed
fovember 2.
. D. It L W
M1 W ''!'
appeared loi Neville> Ni-hl-
!'. ^___^^
Ij.liciilioiii.i.inh .1
IIF. Rot the V.ee/Chiinccllnr
Allan Collym.irc in the 1
lianccry yeateruay granted the
Bra tlon of Mr. 0 II. Adam*.
tsel for Timothy Roodal in tho
James William Perns, piain-
ad T. Roodal Defendant, tor
nt of order to stay further
cedings and the defendant in
106 IS*, to plaintiff In full
faction.
11... UrN.itt*
M-lh.-Hl Bl<
tltrl J.M-t
(.iia.. ssMlyn t.ii*- i-ii-.i
I
M> i-a. 11..1 1 BariMN M>.< *--
-m rUIwtUUjni AMI' k-
itM|> (lr.ir J"ir. C''
al .1 V1-..-1 M.iK.-.i m.n.1.1.,
Strln-lr ' Ml> Mma-i

Hen- w whai lo do
after .
OVfR INDUHih NCI
!* *** mm* Id sad
Try aJka-Saltase aWMh
r is said >.t bol
if financial andl
km. inniMij
of puymenK. The plan Chief of Protocol at the State De
il forward by Mr. Oliver
i-ytteiion. Secretary of
:ite CotoOkj Ha 1
< omni.Mlitios produ. tioti of aUBa
whieh an alrandj bataifl produceaj rnalnly a aiwafluii
- but where political arrangemenU
.....L' he "- 111 the colonial production
''""1 p> Won aaH tunoer consulting entirety of,
i.ction. Huge Prcjeotg requirlnfl hardwood, and eomlng mainly
gflena capital investmenU, ueh a* from British Honduras and Bri-
. groundnul |Jan Guiana- de:>end on the solu-
seheme. will be avoided, at tion of labour nnd shipping prob-
Jenst for the time tx-inot, lems. It 1a stated that there are
dltifl primarily eon- possibilities of increased produc-
I are Cotton, copper mara> tion of petroleum in Trinidad.
>i 1 .lit seeds, and patToMuna. hand to ascertain pieciaely what
1'nxiiM tion plans will be entinvted 1 ijiital equipment would be need-
to privaha enterprise alone, or in ed by the various companies (o
partnership with the Colonial !>- mciea-.e production. This new*
' < ..... iiion. | Hi* item is taken from the l>ondon
ease ol the Wet I:.die m, ivasod Daily Telegraph.
ETAINIrnrn page 1.
lamen-
of thow
on wal
NOTICE
Premises will rem
p.m. Saturday
3111 open
22nd and
closed on Monday 24th.
Gasolene
open as usual.
Christmas Day
Station will be
but will be closed
CHELSEA GARAGE (19M) LTD.
Pinfold Street
lid find mirsei
e situation.
. What do you think
i left France to carry
blofueeT
. 1 thought it might take g WTO
the worse if ttM (iernmns eon-
led M would mean to turn over
ha Germans the complete army
%vo million men.
ked about hi* sentencing Do
llle |0 death he said it was
bus* De Gaulle loft tn France
hout the authority of nfca ehics
tain) but he In reply to query
De Gaulle had returned rvj
lid not have nnlc-n-l the naV
te to be executed
-Ii
ffK^^OV>OV>tpMI
NOTICE
Our Workshop will be open AIX DAY on SATURDAY
but will be closed on Monday December 24th for the
Xmas Recess. The GASOLENE STATION will be
open as usual.
Our PARTS & ACCESSORIES Department Will be
closed lor STOCK-TAKING from Thursday 27th lo
Monday 31st. both dates inclusive.
COURTESY 4.ARAGE
W Mill MA UK IIOAII
o$*c*fa"
Jlan.hpDlt afuud
ihs mccaii of ifouA fretting
ii io aniiiadtf dspsndani on
qood food, efficient MJwics
and, in ihe Jjiopici, cool
comfoAl.
Waif we in I to due i to tfou
and uouaa, fan you* OJininq
and Qininq PteaAuAe, a
QLdi & AeAtawiant to which
uou matf wiih to AetuAn
aaain and aaain ...
CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE
NOW OPEN in Hastings Phone 4084

seat Alka-aaltser **. ,
-- ti .i.l" BBBil
Kaa. lanfl of AU
aaadT-ahraea
Alka.Seltzer:
troarsunars in 'Csbncsc 'tWsttca rod and wrcL-dav Star ii id. i tr aeaaaVj ppuir fot week* --in. as, aeaastt and wearing .......am iiiUrtlM In n ihras hum*. Ask. too, tot
irraatii i << aaiaeae1 l^afcnh > Ivory, Klin, Hlur and tiirv Jd 1 A MERRY XMAS
WITH YOUR CAR
DRAIN
REFILL
YOUR
SUMP
"CASTROL'
WITH
Britain's moiui Oxford
makes motoring news!
THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS
ZftHlftlittztztntzni
LUDS WAY IN LOW-CO.I
" Quality First" Mtefinfi
Belli to meet ('; :
aaBaaaKl for a oalveraal oar that
le eaoDomioal to spirits.
oglaad for apeed and sprung
tor condor' All aeata are
withintbsatiselhaat. Itosabo
drlreo on long tourneys frttb-
ont faUgiis to tli- ili.v-r. an cruiase eoTitiooaliy at blgh
apoed w.iboat streaa. Tbi
aaorria Oiford la aae of
Britain's most aaeosaaful
world app*al oars
iHEfl
rtCTatr atr auir *u . *. nn it Bui.r
asliriasl-tsaswiasisuse Tkm >>! rat 5Sn,s,,''aB-,0*'
[tgaiakss. Ml| ""* "W
FORT ROYAL CARAGE LTD.
PfcoM Z3S6 Sole Distributor! Pbone 4604
CHRISTMAS
BEGINS IN
THE KITCHEN!!
si'li'ti iin'.st- iii'ins at aaaav
THE
CORNER
STORE
STOVES and OVENS
PLATES of all descriptions
DISHES. JUGS
CUPS and SAUCERS
GLASS CUPS
MIXING BOWLS
ENAMEL SAUCEPANS
ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS
in fad Everything for the
Kitchen.


PAiK TWO
HAKHAIHIS AUVOCATK
SATl'KDAV. DECEMBER H. !*'
QaJiib Qallhiq
Nephew
H
Bui ...n -
Mr. Jean
>lldjy U
Talma of British.
Guiana who arrived here recently

obtained his !plomi> m Agricul-
ture it Mat-Donald c >Uaft, McCiii
I'mrer-ity.
.: .-r. .
was employe,) in lhe Agrn ullural
..ua belore
Stag up i" Caaoiia u. I
tueawlctlge ,n Agriculture.
lung ill Hilton. Mnawsll,
Christ Church with hi, father, Mr.
E. A. Talma. SJUfl
Messrs Hooker Bros.. Rennet Qar>
.ma who leave.
Mr*. Talma wh.
inn a holiday In Barond
i*d home rarHrr pa the week
Assistant Official Reporter
WHaW
Ho
louse ol Assembly 44CM-
. 1.1,-mwr nn Tim- -
atlUttUT lid Utptjll
F. Bruth*.i.u- wtM baa uceti Up*

llOUM..
Mr. Bralhwelte who until hii
quite ificnl resignation
a*nioi Kep">lT *l the
Advocate, U been jouxnalin
. ;. of what
I.., I n ., t! K To Join Family
Mr JACK MAHSON of J A.
bun m .v Son*
YOUNG BASIL HOLLENDER
from Montserrat la al present
In iaarbadn* spending the Christ-
m m holidays with his aunt Mutt
A.in Peochoen.
Basil Is the son of Mr. and Mr*.
among P-'ul Hollender of Monlaerrat Bp
'raterdav wrrc in Barbados earliec this
B* nWI.A 1" roin hi- " "> holiday
l. who are already "
ndlng Christ- .( tf/'j?'/; I \ CfHJ *t\ ;
Mar-on', parent*.________________
Mr it id Mr- Stephen Psaila of
".SKtA u.........,,.......- Hoi Enough Fun
Si r Shorroeks. SJ. He h*t Hmii
ONLY ONC SOAP GIVES YOUR SKIN
TWS UOTWG FlAGtANCI
Y avr skin will be cooler, tweeter.-
desire My dainty from haed re lee
'if ye* kolhe with fragrant
Cashmere eouejoe* Beauty Seep.
Sell
Pntrka's h.C.
. h during the absence of Ft
rr and Fr. Parkinv.n
Sisters
SPsWOlMG holiday in Barba-
... the Missei. Vena ead
Grace Griffith of Trinidad who
lined here recently on their first
visit to tl
About Sport
1 LIKED the suggestion, on
this pace the other day. that
^OA<�*tribUQt'ef P.RFUM.D
-. v>'-*^*','ye-i*,v**CO',-ee>*','.'- ---- -, -.
FlnUh pa*l < lOUSTMAS till"!
remf*n at the -
ertuiY soP
Ml- VI 1 III II Ml I!
Royal College of Music
M"
ISO N L 1- L 1 .: I.AILLY
(LH.s.11, dMafMei "i Hi
and Mr*. J K lL.ii.-v ol Boutfa
Unliiii St. George was a pa-
During the whoUr period, aauiger on Uie Oelitlo on her way *lns<
f his work has been lhe re- to England. Miss Hailey will enter
. the II* bat Iliiyal College of Music nest
Legialallve tent, which begins January 7th.
I Ml
Comtfort
\a/HILK walling in the rccep-
pert
porting of thi-
of. Assembly and tht
Council. Hi i-orted m-
!cinrftii>iial and inter-toloitlal coi>-
rerences held in QM IfttUsA On
-evenil occasions he has actei as
tTlhH Reporter o* the
fltstH
Ugaj room
yesterday I was gLirtcing through
-c- Uw January edition of the Col-
****'?* *"] mt,a **?: agffj.....B which waa Ihkf comfort-
idvK-i' under the
i of shorthand and typewriting
a Oat) uland. a good number t
his pupils are holding nvporuibl'
poata In such Delds l>oth at home
and abroad.
Happy
HAPPY i*. b* home niter ubout
four veara in Canada is
Miss Doreen Kind., eldest dough- Wireless <
ler of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kin.h
aw", HaaUngs. "
a visit to her parent* allei ^ bett-
day In Californui. Doret-n traveled
to Trinidad on the *.s. Meemaitan
via the Panama Canal and then
flew from there home by B W I A.
mi; lut uf advice under imp *ap-
11.t Smile. Will You"'
Cure far taoutAefie: Take a
I'KHilliful of enld water aod sll on
the stove until II bath
Puerto Rico And Virgins
MR. II L N AflCOUGH, IM,-
flonal Manager. Cabh- and
M Ltd.. Is bin k from
Ills official tour
Puerto Rico
the Virgin
lands, lb- was
panted by
M
Annual Leave
R. and Mrs- Kenneth C.i
al pnewiii holidnvmn in
BartMbdos. Mr. Corbtn who is with
QM Aliua Steanubip Co., in Vene-
ui !., b until Decembei 2lh. they
lUylng with Mr. and Mrs. Gordon cabl
Lewis of "Grosvenor". Spark Gap,
Oarrlwon
Mr i i.rbm and Mrs l
sisters.
we in this country do not inaka
enough fuss about I blame the unsensattonal
headlines
J5 U^^reuhu t^
. JSTJS-^2. hlidw '*bell. but It will not stir the
-V -t <"irmi their holiday lnUtrM, , pto^f ^o ^^^
mdmn kwkmg forward to a won- ^^ ^ sporting columns
wrfui chr.tma. These people must be atucked
Vena Is a civil servanl attached through their imagination. Three
o the Treaiury in Port-o'-5pain Turkish Women To Play For
whibj Orsre is -hool teacher at SkineerUnd" would probably
T-.-urigua E.C Scruol. They are arrest the eye. and compel even
i*Hh stayrna: st Rydal Water* the apathetic to read on. And if
Oueal House. Worthing U be objected that people would
soon discover that the headline
Two Winner* "* no reference at all to whet
T"E -J2V^ SVE SS^- ^ HSJ &*
organised by Mrs J. H. Wll- |nw>
l at the Annual Bssaar In a NY normally curious
id of the Old Ladles' Homeare:-- f\ ..^o- -Twelve Goats for
Winner iwll Miss Margaret Bentley of would think there was more In
Burtleigh" Strsthclyde Winner football than be had suspected,
of the Doll's House complete with and only a highbrow could resist
'uniitureMrs. H. L. Mn.ah of "Film Star Reeds Referee
Cairnduna", Bishop's Court HIU Through Goal,'' or Sheffield
Wednesday Backs Mobbed By
Jasstaira I 1 Ferrets.''
Jt Barbadoa after an absence of ^ Tlmnthy shy remarked at the
3* yean ii Mrh Airred Holder, a tim# # lhe Van Meegeren
Ilarbadisn now resident at Jamal- forgeries, if all that the experts
.a.Longliland. USA. She arrived want of a picture Is genuine
here last week by the s.s. Feet signatured, why not cut ahem off
Tewnshend and is Maying at the old masters and give them
I jett ton -on -Sea. The Stream, until to them1
l! when she will leave for /\N reading about a firm which
San Juan. Puerto Rico, for a VF posts advertising material to
work icJbre returning home. lighthouse-bauidWrs. I began to
Corning out with Mrs. Holder, wonder what ga-shead young
and -Maying nt Leton-nn-Se is men is planning a campaign In
m Lydla Barker, another Bar- "** P*001' "fhthouse-minded
Lon How w,n nr overcome salte-
reslsUnce In the Inland countries,
.here people will have to be con-
inced that they really need such
luxuries'1
Turtle Shop
In the
MARINE HOTEL
Wld* nllr ol Dklincllvr I.II I ITEMS
mi airr WKAr m. mn *>" prrhw.
EMPIRE
TO-DAY. Leet I SHOWS. 4.45 A I.M
IColumbla Pictures presents
-A/VIVA LirCAST.t "
Starring :
PAULKTTX GODDARD WILLIAM BISHOP
EXTRA
LATMT BatfTISH M.H-.KI n -
-l-DENT TOOTHPASTE
COMPETITION
FIRST PBI7I I
saw Am
dent comes hi
If*, Ellen 1. Burkr, Br it ton's Cross Road.
n-i-den' Toothpaste because when Amm-i-
you say goodbye to tooth decay''
SECOND PRIZE: Mrs 11. Pilgrim Radchffe. St. Michael.
I prefer Amm-t-dent loaahpeste because I most be tree
to my teeth else they will be false to me. Amm-i-dent
aety def.-rs tooth decay, keeping teeth white and gums

THIRD PRIZE Mr ratfTi Devaux, Lady Meade Oaraens.
I prefer Amra-i-iieat toothpaste besause it ha* kept my
urefh frea from cavities from the flme I started using li
nearly three years ago."
Winners may call at the office of K. R Hume & Co.. Ltd..
lor their prtres
opemxc CLOU IS Xmas Eve
TO-MORROW A MONDAY, t It 1.30
n Smashing Double
ROBERT YOUNG MARGUERITE CHAPMAN
IN
paying her first
fter an absence
pflrtl bjgO
C X'v" Lawl le>nd She u. iv
An i Engln- >!' I'ark horn*
of ihe seme "f ?3 y*as.
pany. Thrir
. also took Here For Christadas
hem through Ja-
\M )i and Mrs P. MacDonald of
WITH
4 BIG REAL SHOWS
1.3* P.M. S. B.15 and MIDNfTF
(*rmi-rrrrlon In Birmlnjrhom
"It's very lovely here, Doris.''
"Yet. But there la no light-
------io who had been hull- house. Torn- Why dent you build
5 , im.a -? V."'iu p Onjlbs, are remaining for Christ- (One year later)
Division-l SmVVarv mm "ml Uu' N''^ Y,'"t bcfo n~ " ^avo> Tomt To lhink *"
..rfu1,.MV sen "Miry, luniing ,._ Ttl#, BI. uylng '\J husband brought lighthouse:
Aar.*ih will continue his J3*j. Waters Guest Houm "
of C.ble and Wireless bsaaeh- A Mt, MacDonald Is one of tht
i his area parly in the new Assistants utlachcd to the Labour
IX'partment of the Shell Company
They were met .
BY THE WAY.....By Beachcomber
n- to
THE attempt of a county i
ell to *Up people parking on
.,, . In erMifcr own i*9"d*
fhe,
rdens raien many questions
"lowed
to keep eaten
A prophetf:
of the nc
USalsJ redueuun
necromancers. i/ards. *
uld people le allowed to keep -ereis. and tea-leaf leaders), and
thoir cars In theii garages? If so, .iRer dlsaerUnR u bat under a
jdiould thev In- allowed lo drive gibbous moon, has announced that
In throuBh" their own gates? Feet are growing larger For IhUr
When a man claim* the right to reason says the prophetess, unce
en property and his own more riemon-traung the i
. wav thM doe* "( reust ind Sffeet, "in the year
iol Interfere with his neighbour*. J.OW ihe inan-in-the-atreet will
l* he not. In some subtle way. wear atorklng*." Pursuing thu
undermining trie cesential con- argument, one may presume that
my paper there Is a plr-Luorry___
if this very thing. The beast] ihould go through
i, after sitting to Bnllytamcsduff.
- iluminlum _
lure
has its head and neck
through a window uf the bus, and
I will warrant that even the most
frantic animal-lover did nut offer
liem it ii seat. And if there was a pay-
,_T*. ehlatrial present to say that the
giraffe, was not roally there, the
people who were trying to "pass
down the car" must have had a
merry answer ready for him.
LeV
irols which lafegu.'ird society?
Will not time come when.
thn>ugh laxltv of control or pub-
lic apathy, a man will take foe
ornmid his right to use his own
garog<> for his own car* Flnalls.
<4toul'l a man be allowed to put
on his invn hat*
\ ttomti'r
ROPHECY as it I
if
nil
lap |psm
discard k
longer, they
and take to
Hui'l r/rvim up a mudtll'
I
Pivrre Tnmlmlf
lupplemcnt to hu
Schedule. C Suet, Etq
rrafn^
daahi
with the Look LeftLook Right
signs at eroaungs. Suet says: "The
1>
CROSSWORD
M. complained -f | burring In WBrd, urde lhe .JneomlnK traf-
nractlsed ^*yia-f"*L* ,old hyJ*? %L ^ hen on the right of the road.
Freoeh N.airflstes. The blue- If. an the other hand *
bottle would be the hero and It ^ lhe 1#ft f ,he IO-fl ^ .
would live in the'beard <* lookup u. the left, that is, at the
anWfanuiL.ii bathing-attendant ^ ^^ mu- |r#-,
- really a king There right lef, and i^ llt lhr ,
, chOfUj uf ,iKht db> tUl unatlion |0 that indicated^Tn-
.ni].-rt-.ke.s wjo play |c5, Vu- ^ propgta| to ..main
frozen pond f.r the Dn )uu. nwn sldc of ,hc ^,,4
'"",""' l'i'i bj ,;...,. ..ilen.pnng tu era* unl<
It Is a one-way street, in which
csee there Is no point In facing the
g way before crossing,
There
would Ite
embodied
cards on a
body of a 1
a girl in a .
11 ' thi paining tterssent
tmgulsh-
.! the bluebottle buzzes, mm.,, will be
lareai
lhe* i~en tia lium Hie urd
a smii
il.d .Mini in liw ludla^ tier. 1*1
>!l ill
-ia i>u ** 1*1
. -, las crMTSr twfOr.- mtsi.
I
1 gun. 131
ad
ymboshdng the futiiuy or action
A( lhe end, a great cardboard box
11 i iittad n to tin -t-'*:'- i'> ''>'-
bailers, and the bluebottle is
driven Into it. and the buzzing
.1 eg
IM thr Iniffir't rnfir
CSUET, Esq.. has succeeded, joined a Rre
- on noper, Jn getting all the email lire at 1
opposite direction to that Indi-
cated"
Trfmu at* Hatenificiml
Rl MARKING superciliouab
that "One would not -oppose
there
eater.''
pun sera
. 1
brass up Oran'i
j u niMtiaa. (Hi
141 4. rtia arks. (t.
... it.
!
pier " wore. Hi

anaaavad

it^cwr
'
l much future for a flre-
* writer forgot Tolmo wh>
brigade and als 1
a grooar's shop wlule
Itaffle between Fent.m-strect and bis mates were fiddling about with
Gardner-street going in one direr- the hoses. He was sacked because
tion, thus creating eight consecu- he v.as no good at rescuing cats
Mva one-way gueata, TiarHc He joined another brigade, and ate
huh would have gong Ua the so many rtres and at such a speed
other dncrtion will have to cross that the union otaiected He then
the rived four times before going started eating domestic Area,
back to the Junction of Elm- save fuel, and ended up a Chatr-
tratt and linker-street for re- man of the Fuel Board,
direction via Nelson-street. "This",
fan! Suet, -cut* and keep.- M even flow of one-
way traffic."
1
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Programme
lilt am. WaUst
1 fo/mt Tw *..
n 1
4 a.m. Tfc Ni. 4 it i- w. COmp
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Inn-nude. Ill on M-.uli rinm r.rand
Hd4 4pm Minlc fr Ttanclna S41
Ifoaiamma I'-i-a T am. Tha
tlawa. I in pw Nrw. UntilaM l.lt p.m.
BahWvl in* rtew*. I.w ni Muotniaijn
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Ni-l MO p in. ama..i.a- "
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r-...-.. o.r Bd.tnnam. 10 It 1
,MMI1 ISSi p> Ail Hal*
io INrmlnghain!"
Thanks to you. Dori*.
(Thinlcs: "Good old
house.!-)
T^HS sonpe are dcpresslno
enouph, but ifte rlnos the:
inch tears counrlno down her
pneetoj to rhe afcornpaiil'nenc of
rerf^berertag robs.
(Item about a cabaret.1
FOREIGN student who wants
lo And an address, wlthnut
boul who livea thore,
--------- Ihrough the mldreo a
stuck| In the telephone directory, am
f he wants a name, and dues not
care about the address he will
And It on any electoral register
unless the person in question han
no vote. Students who have no
Interest in either namea or ad-
dresses ihould keep clear of the
whole thing, and get on with their
qrinklnu
TT^HE Idea of putting stuffed owls
X m a belfry to scare bats does
far enough. There must if,.,,,*,.*.,! Double
l*o be stuffed bats to attract, Uvei
owls as it is live owls and noti
ituffed ones that attack live bats
Then there muit be live ferrets
to attack the stuffed owls and no
draw attention of lhe live bats
from the live owls and Hve ruts
to dUlract the attention of the live
ferrets from stuffed rats, and
stuffed badgers to draw off the
rive frrreta from the live rats,
while tne stuffed rat- are attract-
ing the live owb from the sluffH
bat- And H night falls, aD It
movemem and vivacity m the
age-old belfry.
1" ej
dan
AT wa. a rather sad story of
\plurer who engaged a
native .is oh* On the flrst da>
lhe man looked In at the tent open-
and faid. "How would you like
cooked-"" At Versailles In 118
of the more tlerncntary Fn
1 giraffe in .
I .1 "- 1 -ighl 1 should iicv i'
until tin blue snaon rose on the
V< M of Saint Chnghn I 1
in Marvejoisl. until last pi
naxl >ear's trees, jokes was to ask a New'Zealand
and the srator of the Durnnce ran delegate, "At what age did
uphill, and Paddy ndry came back give up ''iwibaltanV"
15he ^Management and Staff of *&). a
&& CWhi(fields wish their Customers and stands
51 'Very "Merry Christmas
and 51 diappy & Prosperous SWew tyearl
i
I
I

15.
'. c^. 8tons & 6*#*vmMwvvumvmwm*mminmWMwtia'mii*n9nm
SFLIT
I lit* are aplitUng lhe town
if Altamenle Bprina, Florida, h
hlte, the othei
yor John C-odderd
thinks that "this will add greatly
to th general harmony" because
now there will be no more "bid-
ding, for the coloured vote" on the
part of office laoaers. The town
lu.s 210 whites and 203 Negro
I twoone pan
II .lack etayt
CLUB MORGAN s
XMAS EVE
XMAS NIGHT & OLD YEARS NIGHT "
Rpeelal HeUday lltnnrr from R to II
Supper served ihrouihoal the nlghL
SPECIAL NOTICE: No Mausers on Monday ttth X
Toes, "mi iXrnaa Day) taYTawn a Ototln) NIGHT SHOWS
AS USUAL AT S.ltt pjg.
Members ha
ing D I n n 1
Rggareat
will I
td "f the
auanl
throughou
lhe night. j
Please make ft
reaervatlana >
SPECIAL TO-DAY
9 .in a.m. & 1.90 p.m
uil.lt BEAUTY'
Don PORTERLois
COLLIER & "Wild Beanly'
King af the Wild Harm a
"RIDERS Of Thr
SANTA FE
SPECIAL MIDNITE
Monday 24th (Xmas Eve)
1 RUSTIER LAW
Aad
TRKiCES TRAIL"
PLAZA-msii*
Mai lit4
TO-DAY 4V TO-MORROWR
4.45 at SJ0 p.m. *
Monogram presents ,
"BAD BOY
Lloyd NOLAN '
Audi* MURPHY
James GLEASON '
Also The Christmas fthor*.
"CnatlSTMAS DRSAJT'
MIDNITE TON1TE
SCREAM la Tne DARK"
Robert LOW'^lY
Wally VERNON
with BUI ELLIOTT a-
Red Rider In
MARSHAL Of RENO"
Special Te-day I 30 p.m.
IAN ANTONE A.MMI Sll
Mante Hale A
' FRONTIER
IN\ I.ST It; A TOR'
Allan Rocky" LANE
MIDNIGHT MONDAY
(Xma Eve)
OTTCASTS Of The
TRAIL
Monte HALE
And
DOWN DAKOTA WAY"
(in Trucolor)
Wi:h Roy ROGERS
MIDNITE TONITE
2 New Thriller. !
"OUTCASTS Of The TRAIL"
Monte HALE-
DOWN DAKOTA WAY"
(In Trucolor)
Roy ROGERS
Coming FRIDAY MTH
2J04.45 Si 8.30 p.m.
John WAYNE
Robert RYAN In
FLYING
LEATHKRNICKS
Color by Teclmieolor
GAIETY "
ST. JAMES
Te-da> A To-aiorrow
"Hi p m
Mat. SUN5 P M.
'YOUNG DANIEL ROONE"
Cinecolor) David HRUCK
L James OLIVER CUR-
WOOD'S CALL Of TatE
KLONDIKE Kir by GRANT
A CHINOOK,
The Weanwe Dot
MIDNITE TONITE
"KID FntSB KANSAH"
Die* FORAN
Andy DEVINF.
AND
"TBJE MASKED MlllEL
Johnny MACK BROWN
MMnlte Meaany St
(Xmas See)
RANGE LAND
Wh.p WILSON &
Andy CLYDE
AND
'BRAND Of FEAR'
Jimmy WAKELY
MONDAY 8 PM. (Or.K )
-CRAHHfNO THRC
Whip WIIsSON &
WSgsev DOO"
Klrby GRANT St
Chiaeeti. The Wonder Ua.


SATURDAY DMTMnFR 22 1MI
MAKn\DOS ADVOCATE
I'W.I. niSEE
Dispensaries
Going I | In
Br. Honduras
iie now rural dispensaries in
Brllish Honduras wttn in.n*lure *een hav<- either been romplel-
i-d or win u- aaaapaati
:ind lhe remiiinlag two will i*
I ni'Ji.nl eat\y in 1952. In ii.id!-
tion to these dbsMnaartea, small
stations will b*> built
Biajbt -ikI S.n Pedro Coluir.Ua.
A nurse will be in re?, i
or three days a week. Many
rtUjtrlcU have becomx "dispen-
&ary minded", and there I* a
large number Of village* and
rays which have sent In reciuesu
tu the government within lecent
lar faerifWeir.- T*vttt 1f the mmir\
ware >vnW*l>k- ln>CDVCl ttte <-rwl nf
Hitat i. .
la n.ii. ii would m* l>r po*-.iI.I.. to
provide them with a U-.
in# staff To m<.
two trainees are being selected
rach ymt from an area which has
at present no midwife or nun*.
The g.rN will l*. n rUMd at the
Hah re Hoapital. On the com-
pletion of their i:
i* required to return to the dlS-
irtet from which the* i
at up tn practice then- fur nun-
mum period of three vearx. Thl.
na item is taken from the Hn%
I9B Hdtuiuru Monthly II inlet In n
government publication.
Probation Work
In Barbados
Is First Class
sais romc
Thft letup for probation w.uk in
??.'. ,?* vl"r>' uP-">- rtrsl claw, and although the officer,
have to work long and im-guiar
Spun, I Jfclnk It is q
" after (Be
Si. Lucia Is
Backward In
Eight New
Schemes For
Agriculture West Indies
MARTINIQUE
SUGAR UP
11 ii r htm r Log
IN I VRMSLE BAY

d a. an
l Ii i> far behind blaccs
: and Cicii-
<"j a^n tauac the

ther than agCKu.turr on i hich
they eauld f\y. Mr E C
! Agriculture tokl the Adv.***
He Mid that St Lucia uaed > be
n coaUnfl station nnd In addition.
American and Rt ititt
troopa stationed la the island.
Many people therefore Rot ihetr
income from building barrack: fo.-
.in* out lleMs
Thi em Li are now

I team i.f
experts undei the chalrn i
Mr A deK Iranptan, Aa>'> i).
Uatal Advises to
veiled the island to advlw- OQ
.grlrult:ii:il development project.*
~"1 >MI II II QL
their while, aajrliettlarb ...
results which have been .i.-meveri
Office! of St. Vincent
m. Young who eanu ova* hare
for n three-inontli cour*e in pro-
bation work, *uid that he h.,.1
gained considerable ki
from tb)e course. He expects to t. -
turn home on Monday.
"The Barbados system of wp.,.-
ing records ii very efnciajit." |S
said, and added that hi- Was iery
Impressed by the r I ween the Probation UeflVtmeiit
Uii- llonrh. the fcm ..-id (hi I.liu
in n bodies.
He spent four day.-) ,t
ernment Industrial Schools and
was very uatefultoMaj.' i I
Walcott. the Superintendent ami
Mr. Ken Simmons, the headmaster
who spared no assort lo teach him
verythlng.
He thought that quite a lot was
ling done for the boys and girl*
at the Industrial Schools in the
line of vucauonal tralnm. Ri
attended the Carols gtaga
children at the school' and was
very much Imprcsaad by their per-
Boi in.ii.i r
From his experience lamed In
Barbados, Mr Young said that he
hoped U> be able to set up a simi-
lar probation aereiee In St. Vincent
. t> ii - wa.s :>t pre*.
limited.
With regard to the training o<
iuvanllea. he said thai they in
hoping to start an gpprovt
for boys at Fair Hall outatda of
Kingstown in the new year
Divorce Court
in the Court for i>'
.Matrimonial Cau-i* yes'cr The Hon. the Chief .!
nounced decree absolute m |M
mil of Neville c. Klghtongale,
jietitioner and Agatha Nighten-
linle. respondent.
Decree ntH m pi'-initPwrci'
on November 2.
Mr. D H. I. W.n '
l.y Mr. W
-tor. appenred lor NeVffle Ni'-hi-
engnle.
Develonient
In addition, he said thai tit*
n. legislature intends to push
BBrteullural development and it is
aarpaesed "*^t in the neai future,
we will have qulu a good deal of
airtiruUurxl ilevclopment in the
' The suRar industry Is function-
ing quite well The biggest need
there at the moment i for experi-
ments! work with fertilisers. That
said, hat just been
started.
There is a fledgling banana In-
dustry which they have just start-
ci to push, the importance of
which is steadily Increasing. This
is based on the export of freat.
fruit n. the United Kingdom.'
With regard to cocoanuts. he
said that recently, they had a i ub-
stantinl increase in the price of
gofara and that had stimulated the
Shilling of more cocoanuu.. par-
rt.es The
cioji on the whole this year waa
quilc g.-Hl. espeelauy when it iv

n i' applied.
\i far as cocoa Ii concerned, he
Mii.l that tle acreage is reluuv.lv
mi.ill it ih.- moment, but tl is be-
ing increased and tlu-y now have
a Cocoa ITopagation Scheme tin-
anced bv C l nnd W. funds Thia
is already in opt ration and the re-
ULsUl arc : were an-
tiel paled
Mr. Pilgrim who Is staying at
I.aaston on Baaj**, Tha stream, was
on*- of the Windward Islands dele-
Lhe Inaugural meeting of
lh< I'aitish CarlBbean Technical
I il on Agrtriilture.
Aiuin..l Health and Husbandry.
BBd Ki.licin- which end-
d Qagrlnfl House on Thurs-
m
Short Term
Policy For
The Colonies
West Indian Govern.
I nig s2oH.aao an
authorised under the terms of
eight new Colonial Development
and Welfare schemes, the appruval
.f wlu.h w.-s nohlied |o the Comp-
tioller fur Development and
Welfare during November.
A research grant, of io>i.aUu
made tu firiiuh Honduras foe
a land survey. A teem of belenti.-t*
will c-rry out .-urvey g| tiv-
whole colotty with a view to de-
termining the right use to which
the land should be put. The results
..icorporated in a aeries of
interim reports, and maps of the
palM) *dl he marked to show
Hi' Mates (hiks suitable lm foi -
i tantatlotl crops. cattle
I and mixed farming
British Honduras also receives
S3.84U to enable the l*ublic Works
I'-piiiment to employ in addi-
tional architect foi six months i attorn <>l piana, draw-
ings and estimates leiuni
. '-..-. dtw-if.pment plan
Three of the other grants ap-
proved are for schools. The large*.,
of left 2Rn ii for building a sec-
ondary-senior school at Plymouth.
Montserrat The provision of Una
school, with places for 210 pupils
will reduce overcrowding in the
"-'in -ecotiduv school, and will
also raueve eooajMoan in the
primary chools by providing a
senior eslucatlon With a practical
bias for children who would othci -
wise have to spend all their school
life in the primary schools A
grant of SI.Out is made to complete
- ttoi End School in
Anguill.i. mid a supplementary
grant of SS.II74 for new Mcthod-
i irtaa si Use
for additional ...nstrurtlon wo
neceasltated by the very soft soil
conditions encountered mi the
site, and to provide furniture
Sl I..nia .ils.i t'-nv. ii -u|"
plemenury grant of $l.4Sl tor BM
employment of extra staff ic<,uired
in the rebuildlnit of burnt out
Castries.
In Dominica, a bridge is tu
built over the Grind Hiviere
assure sll-weathei eommuni
turn between Koseau and the vil-
lages scattered between San Sau-
vcur and La Plaine. A grant of
*2.4un is approved for thu pro-
ject.
A grant off $1(1.003 is approved
for British Oman to cover the
. ..'.. centre build-
ing. Including n central hall,
reading and writing rooms, etc.
at Bartica. F^sequlbo. a rapidly
developing township.
The total grants approved In
favour of the West Indian govern-
ments in 1931 now amounts to
S4.*27.iJ!> Grants approved since
the :i l M ch 1844. to 130.764.375
M 1 I
V Anl.lr >VK
Ml "-" U>rll> IWIW
aai\ as

I-atest hgures publutaeM
Messrs C Ca*rnikow I
m eaU^sMWsi la.s- vZt,
e'on sugar hr.*.-r^
production in th FieiK-h W** N Jot
Indies over a number .j yi*rs_ a.a
show that production in M i
nique Is steadily ruing lo It ,
prewar level, while in t LUif'"*;
loupe, sutpst is already w.H be- ,
yond that point In Martmuue. -wi.- g.
sugar produstum roaclied its i^ek r'-
in the ItM/SU sessHfo when ,401 "* *ff* "T*
tons wore produesd lhe crap ^ MMnui
dcclinod during Mm war. reselling avaw VUwSSS,
a low point r uon tn n ><- " Dominiea
li'43/44. In ltH8'4X t WS4 ., k v h('"" B*kl
-.1 M i
Hrt-
Mki Offuit
For Training
Captain W. H H. Armstrong.
Supailntendont of Police. Barba-I
. t uii accepted for u atg I
months course of training at the!
Police College. Hvron-on-Duna-1
more. England.
Captain Armstrong waa flrsl i
apputnted In the Colonial Potie*
S,-rvke in De.-emTj.-r 1941 as!
Assistant Superintendent of Pnl*
in\ St Ian-la. He
lo Trinidad in Apiil 1>44 sj ,
Assistant .Superintendent of Pol-
ice and was rormallv transferred
In February itH5. where he,
^rved until his transfer to Par-
bsdos ss Superintendent of
Poli.-e m March IM1.
*v SO, hfV
JAPANESE PRESENT
KIMONO TO
MRS. TRUMAN
to 22.7QO tons and
output jumped f< Ji.ioo
biggest spur' of an uas in the
imp/tl season hen tha
M.fHio Ion. w.i< reach.il Q .(. -
jaajpe did not suffer su< ii
decline during the war. and haa
thus been able to impn.ve tiver
prewar figures Frem a 1WSB/SJ
pi'Klucliun Of AH.oasj tuns, lhe ion
.letually IneriMM-d earls in the
war to raaarh a i>ah of ,o
in 1MI/42 It fell away to 20.000
- ,n 1M3'44. The gs-neial
Irenil since then eta* been up-
wards to the 70.000-ton level
whi. h was regained m 1950 51.
This information is taken from a
ltilti-.li Cnit.il I'rvts releasi
i * Vinrwi-
C^nl>b^ i-"
SKAW ELL
*\ ..... ov
aval
ass ii. ii
lots Katsa -

MOBILE CINEMA
UNDER REPAIRS
rua actlvrua f ;(.. \
C.nema Unit will be t..
...(miled at from Monday, ih*
24lh December. 1951
In the interval the Unit wilt
he undergoing repairs.
awi io .
iimothy DhiIm. ssr
.... i.ii. a <
i.. rtun i
.-(.a WlOal
M..,..(.! KkKara..
I. *.<
... M .
i.rlM"' II I
Vpplicalion Granted
THE Hon. the Vice /Chancellor.
Sir Allan Colly mure In the Court1
.,f Clianci-i v yajMajgtju planted the
application '.f Mi. Q H. Adams.
counsel for Timothy Rood a I in tha
suit James William Pern?. plain-
tiff and T. Roodal Defendant, for
consent of order to stay further
proceeding* and the defendant Ci
pay 106 13s. tn plaintiff In full
ati -f li dam.
'nn; -' i.tly The leader of lanooiono jnpnn-
Uuu pciluy m cmi Buddhist Sett preeentod
nmuiate colonial production ->f Japanese silk kimomi for Mr~ Tru-
d ItU | thg man Thursday to John Simmons.
balance of payments. The plan Chief of Protocol at the Slate De-
was put forward by Mr. Oliver part men t.U.P.
l-yttelton. Secretary of Stale for
tiK- Cotoniea He propoaag to cone i
fSl*?1" "r! :l".....mr 'l|"'" piuduetiun of augar 1* said \o bol
re already being pr.idurrd mainly a question of financial and
'i hstn.it I quantities, but where politico! arrangements. ,m-rca*es
;'"""; "' ,,.- C 5 taZEd production o?
ta.n.il by comp.arnt.vely -mall mbcr insisting entirely ol
acti.,.1. Huge Projecs re.ni.ruig hardwood, and omlng mainly
goal capital investmenu. uch a. from British Honduras and Bri-
the East African groundnut tish Guianadepend on the solu-
^cheme. will be avoided. p| lion of labour and shipping prob-
Joesl for the turn- being) lems. It la stated that there are
Qasrunodltk pcMHsil] rone pnainhiHllag of increased produo-
tOB, OOppgr, man> Uon Of petroleum In Trinidad.
Ugar, tlmher. vegetabal Investigations are being put in
niH ami eeo. and paf/oatupt. hand lo ascertain precisely what
iPtoductsDn plans will be em rusted capital equipment would be need-
[io j,ii.ate enterprise alone, or in by lhe various companies to
partnership with the Colonial De- increase production. This news
CoM-it.iiu.n. In the item is taken from the London
4.the WOW indies. imicasoB Daih Telegraph.
Sbsia
\oii( i:
PETAINfrom page 1.
would find ourselves m n lnmen-|
labla situation.
Q. What do you think of thow|
who left France to carry on
in colonies?
A. I thought it might take a t
for the worse if the Germans c
-.inued. It would mean to lui n ov*. |
to the. German?, the complete army
>>f two million men.
Asked about his sentencing Du
Gaulle to death he said it was I
because De Gaulle left In France!
without the authority of hie ehieMi
(Pelaln) but he In reply to query!
If De Gaulle had returned l-.-.-
would net have nrderod the *en-|
tence to be executed
I'J?. I
Maaaas>aaaaasaa>aj innilllll
Our Premises will remain open
until 4 p.m. Saturday 22nd and
will be closed on Monday 24th.
Our Gasolene Station will be
open as usual, but will be closed
Christmas Day
CHELSEA GARAGE (1950) LTD.
Pinfold Street
NOTICE
Our Workshop will be open AIX DAY on SATURDAY
but will be closed on Monday December 24th for the
Xmas Recess. The GASOLENE STATION will be
open as usual.
Our PARTS & ACCESSORIES Department Will be
closed for STOCK-TAKING from Thursday 27th to
Monday 31st. both dates inclusive.
until I'.vilK m \n
'frGftbtni
JjUUUpoJdt npn.il
the aucccaa of ipuA j)Biiinq
ia ad udinelu dspundsml on
qood food, efficient Afwice
and, in the J/iopici, cool
coinfoii.
fYlcuf wa i/tiAodute to you
and ijoiuiA, foi ^oiti LOminif
and (Dininq PIboauab, a
Club & dicAliiuinni lo which
ifou inaif wiih to lehum
aaain and aqain ...
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NOW OPEN in Hastings Phone 4084
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SATURDAY. DECEMBER K. I*SI
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Elou Science Works NOBODY'S
DIARY
Saturday. Ileramibrr 22. 1*31
VOT1.M.
I iIh full
i annot be assessed until tl I
report of the office 111 chat
has been publish.-.: Bill already it is pos-
sible to comment on certain facts which
- luiwn before ihe elections but
which the elections have once again
t limit.
The lirst fact is that double-voting and
adult suffrage ere uneasy bed-fellows. If
M | bm party government,
then tin- voter must have one VOVs Only.
It is ludicrous to offer a voter one candi-
date of the political party which he or she
supports and to give the same voter two
votes. A voter docs not exercise the full
privileges which exist in Barbados today
unless he or she casts two votes. The
existence of double-voting is therefore in-
conailtant with the party system. And
in St Philip it had the curious i
bringlBI two members of one political
nto power at ihe expense ol law
other candidate! who acfa received more
individual vote* than tin- jimmr im-mbi-i
who was carried Into Ihe House on the
double, vote.
I u St Jamea too the use of the double
vote by the Labour Party instead of the
slogan "one k<">''" Bright easily haw cap-
tured two seats lor Labour in that consti-
tuency. The double \.!.. undoubtedly leads
to result.- wlu.li defeat the purposes of
adult suffrage. But double voting is not
Ihe only feature of the Barbadian electoral
system which oaada revision. The logical
sequence to single member cunsliteentios
It Hi,- creation of new constituencies. *lt
i cjUHt Ulogkal for St. Andrew with 3,363
rod voters to return two members
to the ll.it I.ul. ; llougt; of Assembly when
si Michael with tt,?S8 registered voters
returns an equal number.
And it is ianusiu; that Uu- parishes of
St. Lucy, St. Andrew and St. Joseph where
there are ll),a71 registered voters should
li'Uirn six members to the House of
Assembly while Christ Church with 12,612
voters only returns two. Voting by the
existing parish system defeats the whole
purpose of representative government.
The only way to ensure fair representation
is to remuke constituencies on a popula-
tion basis. Taking W.OQO as an average
electoral roll 24 members should be re-
turned to the House of Assembly on a
basis of one member for each residential
raa '>1 lour thousand people. This would
mean that all electoral districts as pres-
ently constituted would return a mini-
mum of one member each except St. Lucy,
St. Andrew and St. Joseph which would
return two members instead of six as at
present.
It would not bo diBerflt to divide Bar-
bados into new electoral groupings based
on the distribution of population and'now
that the new Government has announced
its decision to discuss the Maude Keporl
on local government the opportunity must
be taken to decide what will be the new
electoral districts. The present system
cannot be called representative.
Another argument in favour of repre-
sentation by population districts is pro-
vided by the low percentage of votes cast
In St. Michael. Of a total number of
32,735 registered voters only 17,136 exer-
cised their privileges under adult suffrage.
This low percentage ol voting is very
noticeable when compared with St.
Andrew which had the highest percentage
of voters In the island. In St Michael
where the largest number of voters is reg-
istered only '.'2 per cent, voted: in St.
Andrew with the smallest number of
electors m th,- island UO'. cast their votes.
Had St. Michael returned 8 members to
the House, as it should have done on a
population basis, then Voting would have
bean much keener as a group of 4.000
loeton would have greater faith in their
candidate's ability to represent their inter-
ests than they possibly can have under the
111 whereby two members are
supposed lo represent more than 32,000
people. t 1 V
Finally ihe fact that only 62.028 voted
at last week's elections out of a total reg-
istered electoral of 95.939 shows that Bar-
badians are not yet so politically con-
scious that the will of the people can be
taken for granted. If we add to the num-
ber of 33.911 who did rot use their double
or single VOtej last week the 7.042 who re-
fused to register, we lind that In an island
where adults can vote. 40.953 refused to
tak< d their privilege. To accept
anything as inevitable in an island where
nd their machinery provide to
many curiosities would be displaying a
lack of enterprise totally foreign to the
lion traditions. The tieid is open for
: organised political party to show
what can be done, when Barbados gets
representation on a population basis.
that they Ana themselves in work-
in* for each other', stdfarc

man's place In It. T.ward Mm

but H u a start . 1
.itui f.nth r>i th> future
re U a man of peace, who
St dream is what he lei
untlrroUud llir warla and
mu'i 1,1.1 < 1 In It. If 1. I.,-
U lo rrwh 1Mb *e*l It mwM
have universal free4oas. de-
clare* an American pSffSkSB]
ind Nobel Prtxr winner.
By !>r A ft Till i: II. ( OMITON
Iron, the KIwinK Macula*
The growth or science is an
"f um might
that are working toward the
':' edom for
1
R an w.irncd, and
properly so, about the strorm
SmiiSSnTi? JUTHS, 1!? 'u-" " **>"" "< "<
laboratories working OD war prob-
lems, and the vast preponderance
-lenre that is being dc-
ealopad ouOeda um> u.,n Curtain.
During World Wnrll. the lalmra-

1 hHllDI UW n;it lahorat (tries of
Wuh all due respect
to the many competent Russian
scientists, that balance u now
f 1 nab in the free ,.
worlds favour Nor don the one- 22L!
way flow of information through "
Ihe Iron Curtain substantially
. bala.
.: expti
its paoplsK *iimd. a if "n*> is to be happy in ouch co-
far greater command of nature's operation, he must be interested
doing the things man- in the welfare ol hia fellows. Thati
kind wanU to do; and third, per- is. one must to** his neighbour aa
haps most important at all. the himself. In a society based on MONDAYN
' science and of the technology, this becomes the law
scientific spirit re ; Bft of survival
The second requirement i tfut
nd their
an understand-
nature 1-
importance In an age -rf science.
.-:m> Um ciaMeunence of
the ineroasing igSSlsHrallpn ..mi
. .rf society. Thai n BSSS
necessary many afcills concerned |
with coordination of effort, such.
H the telephone operator, the
railroad man. the salesman, the
%eereUry. Yet more sigmncant
Is trie need for those who can
i.mtroi the aortal system and,
nitde it wisely the factory
foreman, the manager, the politl-
1- -..-ks not
only b-ialc technical knowledge,1
under-1
It TTfor
frWZfc
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way 1
today as it has beei
[he dawn of history that the
r.ht to shape the world must be
*on by guarding against those
who want lo enslave then fellow
men. Thus il was that atumic
i-ncrgy, the dream of scatoUalg as but also broad huma
the future source of warmth and .landing are 1
UMful power, dawned
nd found Its llrst great
stopping a tragic war. Now
ihe great problem tlt.it
to make life what men
good will want it l 1 be. Thi
the task on whicVi UM
'.(.u inventor, the educator, the m-
aasgad
rtlfM such reasons that
ppllca- seientinc technology
growing
1 11 ..nd
l,lri,,.,. f_,~ -"u invenior, inc
^S/! mT --
i.r,"and"H^u;'tn.;i "i.ti^atoVieS". fc*" lh*Jlfht Ul ***** ^
of scientists to exchange "cdom thfcl mcn " Wlll,n* ,n
ideas Is essential to the rigorous
i their work. It la pxo-
' th lovishy gain from
hiii enforced secrecy is more
ii mi Imt by the shackles which ,
. ., ,, Uchnical advances work f<
Hi mind, as long as the bappinesii of man To the
ty -' - *K& Ik.. ...
illing to
f'rht wars jigains: those who
'ilcl force a life of enslavement
1 humanity.
The question frequently
ed wheMiei
more than twice the number of
college graduates needed a
ago. This growth 111
education mean* great*
verysue f> understand
Lnd to make himself a living
part of his world.
The third requirement of
: that thought must be
fni Such hus been the ex-
ffllente of the ages. When
Itler declared that only such
is science as was of distinctive
BBd value la Germany was to be
Uvi it>n. a great period of
|y Gei .s.is at an end.
tonUnue u be alert Dreefca, the Promethean n'ft "f Hhrtory has ahowu that only
it 1. unllkel) Indeed thai Ihe bel- nrc *a r qut-stiuiiable vaLua. undei free exch.*nge of Ideas can
ince of militarv strenRth can be N"ne doubted that Daedalus's gift scienit- develop Hi lull tlength.
1 111 the other "' "Ie''1 wrought tu nun OTPtM The *harp . laced by
hand. It Is not Impossible that If a,ld strife. These are the ancient the Soviets on the teaching of
develops sufficiently counterpart to the present attitude aancttci and the .
Soviet Hum In may In fact so toward the gas engine and atomic lion Curtain upon liter her political attitude as u Puw'"r 'r,e fuct ii that advunc- jcasntlflc ideas .\ith the outer
cooperative rattier than In M'lence is requiring of man world indicate that Busatfta
n.ctivi' member of the lhai he become more humane. M-lence cannot )>>ng thrive Thus
United Nations. In this ease she There -re three demands that it is that the nerd for ft leSaM
will have become not a foe of the science makes. works lor greater freedom II
free world, but .1 friend. Such 'rn<* nrs* requirement is that is in such ways that the world's
would be the happiest noasible jd'ople shall love one another. To ni-etl fo. -rtrongei
ui 1 oine of the present rivalry-. " himself into society based on pcUlng people who would
eg bj barel) lartnl on its acsenttfk technology, a person survive to love their neighbours,
way and one may expect the great must become a specialist in car- to try to understand their place
1 to gtare the world lain Balds ot knowledge and skills, in the world, and to seek fieedorr.
tlif I- Hic.it glfll rirst, u vastly This in turn requires cooperation for themselves and for those
tinderetanduig ol ihe M'-h others Jf on* Is to avre. And about them. .
Thf I iii;lisli lloiiS4-%% ii'r
THE English Housewife is a
-itting henfar too easy a tar-
get I. foi one. refuse to take
Ota at f woman who has
to make meals for a week out
, .1 food for one meal,
never has enough money to buy
.1 BrhOk OUtM at once, and has
ieen chivvied foa years by
uprobable
shortage from hairpins to ham.
So I hand the job of apprais-
ing the English Housewife to
six people who have known her
1
One of Hi.- mx knew her when
she married and one knew hei
be got divorced. One
knew her In the fish queue and
the other wt the beetrtj countei
!" bet from abroad
md tin ether bai lives' In hei
country fur years.
'She manages her marriage
all right"said a director of
EsravlnalOal who has been sell-
ing her wedding rings tor 30
years "She comes in on Satur-
day morning with the young
Ban, Sod '- pays 5 to fl
tor a plain gold band (75 per
nut of our widdino rinp sale* >
[hen ftftM ten >ear or SO
they con .. S..tui I 1
.ipain. He has a bonus, or it's
I versa ry and he buys hei
a diamond ring. I We tell 300
per cent, more diamond rtnyi
than ii'i-ddi'iu nnus I
' And she SJVSI blRI a kiss
rbjni here lo lbs shop.
And If the marriage breaks
up, there are words of praise
from Ihe man who meets her
then Shi 1 bSt B UtfOUfth hell
in hold ;i m.irringe together
when I meet her," said an offi-
cial who has been thirty years
in the divorce courts.
"But once she's decided on
divorce, she sees il through
very well. She's not tough.
she's not tiarful
she iBmsUj coenes along to
eoUSCt h*r divorce cither when
Ihe in.uiiaue Ii stveti yeers old.
or U years, or 21 '
She's a timid worn.*:
inageress of Ynrdlev s
salon. "She's far loo timid to
ask the beauty girls what col-
ours she should buy because
she fjoeenl WSBI them to know
1 doesn't know all about
II"
And quite often she turns tall
on the doorstep, scared of being
looked down on b) eonM Hedy
Lamarr of an assistant. But
when she does come In, she
spends an average of 2 to CS
on being done over and equip-
plnfl bsrsstt wuh eeseMtass.
"She's shrewd, iimi You cant
sell an English housewife the
kind of poppy-lip glamour that
goes down with American wo-
men."
"She's a patient woman."
said the man, from Mac Fish-
- 11.: And she's a belter shop-
per than she was. Bui her idea
of a good high lea is still cod
<635.ooo c*ri 1 old 10 Britain
In a month)."
"She's a shocking cook and
a terrible dowd. said UBS
Frenchman. "For dinner she
pours a powder into a little
water and calls it soup While
peeling the potatoes and boiling
the cabbage which form the
basis ol English nourishment
she nibbles a piece of toast on
which she has spread some fish
paste
"All her Jobs from dawn until
ihe end of the day are accom-
panied by the howling of the
l.i.llo
Count de Segonzac. after ten
years in England, must take the
credit for thai parUcular esli-
Kr 1 In. 1 Minds
Bui in my view they're all
wide of the mark A belter as-
sessment Is tins from Anita
Loos:
"Any time uv pirut have fo
work Ihe result, fiiiloricailv.
is 1 fiat uv do things belter
fian Ihe opposite sex.
an (jeiiflenien ipilf go
in all the iroublr of Jceepifio
office hours and fioidlna board
meetings and sending their
Public Relations somewhere,
in order to reach a which arm blonde could reach
while the u-as refurbishing
her lipstick.
"I tm-an oar meaesMts/ is so
nuch brluhfrr than theirs
fiuf grnllrnien. In order to
prove*! roiiipurunms from
being odious, have BhMR our
brainpower a different aswH
and teriried if female rnful*
III"! '
She has Saucl......M Hhu
brain-power SHE has the
fimmick for getting round
IIM
How she gets him to propose:
SHE lets him know he can ex-
pect first-rate cooking as a
matter of courM SHE
dresses to fit Into the kind of
life h< leads Sfflf rnnki s
it clear that there II be no non-
iimsi about dumb-b 1 0 n d v
housekeeping SHM learns
all about his sptnal likesthe
books, the music, and the places.
SHE chooses the wallpaper
for his rooms she baa such
excellent taste) SHE tn-
hls dally help for
him .
And HE never guesses what
SHE'S at.
How she gStl uuud the
butcher: (Ii Plucking his
heart strings: My .ittle girl is
not to.i well (2) The
Grand Mamur (by phone)
"This Is Lady So-ond-So speak-
ing, I am relying on you to
send my saddle of lamb for m>
dinner party to-night.' (3) The
Hiittering-Up technique V*i I
always have s ich a good
choice" Mi Personal Charm
"You'll do It for me. won't
SHE'S so pathetically easily
;...-< .1 !,., :
The backs of hei children goini;
oft somewlere "here IBM
perfectly hjppy and safe
SHE dotes on the kind of *..-
mans magazine l6 per cent
tead thumi lhat Is full of love
scenes like this
"He dropped on to hit IcSSST.
look her bond 0d then set fit..
lips pasriot jxilm
SHE is quite content witti ;i
husband whose *dea of show-
ing he loves Inw is liking to
have her around.while be hi
pr-Hx-cupied with something
else.
Few Complements
And, of course no one yet has
meiiiioned the greatest quality
of j11the war the takes on
yesterday's subject for analysis
The English Husband
It's a pity that she so seldom
gets the kind of compliment she
deservesa dedication I saw in
.1 lKik the other day which said
simph :
L.ES.
Ama-ririiiB I olmiiii
Did The %ir llli.r Fail Thi* Time?
m ft. M. MaeCOl.1. lour in White PLslttS, New Yoik, cx-mlddLewcIgh: champion and I
NEW YORK. when- worked H0-a-monMi bOShUfl bin I boy." sit ,-i tfag
While they are arguing over assistant named fred Bsrasa ludgn Bench, bnighbtg, talking,
whethei tticKore.uiu.il 1- or is so Pred deddsd to inl bj>] nf coffss with nun whtls
not. .111 .itilhoritutive voice hi heard i .:-. ;,,, hinr< I .!
U || one of the main pat- maker. Through the years his ^
tereSftM Vleterr on the Allied sMe nunu* and fortune givw, as he T,"-s "* the picture unfolded-
I cherished hold-over from the produceil a great variety : '' Brooklyn Supreme Court
last war- has been an obvious popular "old-fashioned OBUdaSS," Mieree by Hu chairman ol Lite
taUure Fred owned the first ear ever Orlevence t' :rimlltee of the
rhc dean of America's military .,, m white Plains, and he butlt Hnxiklyn Bar Association, seeking
iitu- ItanssD Baldwin, writes In u,c town's first cinema ihe^ue Ihs removal of magistrate Holand
the New York Times that "Opera- Now al M ^.^ w j^ q,,, Sell ea unlit for the Bench.
tion Strangle" the
for the
.,,, .......- .. ....... " ajag, his candies die with him.
' \ i ?'rr ? ,Z Ff Frc giound batllefiel. by cutting g[, lp (mp o( hh [,muU,.
conuuuniestlon lines, has
dud. Duwonl
BSWwill points out that there TEKftlnM.E Jame. petnllo. the
esuM have Iwvn rfi more favour- czar of America's Federation of
able area for Ihe application of Musicians, takes a personal hand
air power on supply lines than | ,n ffe|r of personalities He
K res turns up In Chicago end orders
And vet. far from having been on, ,,f lh). pit t(w rnliro orrhestrd
dnven back across the ^alu River. 0f ,h(, Oper.i House just l-efoie
fOOd reason to believe rurU,| i,,w
b) es strong as it ((c (.1(llinj th-t ,flP fir,( viouni,,
M. he was when the Janw> Bruening. WSS lb
"">''' the head by a "flying baton" dur-
Itouhle (nc performence of "Madam
TWO Jt'ftlES sat on OKKM and that the baton was
' the court-room at Monl- a "symptom of dlssatisfsct,
But whether The Rock's" pre-
lOS B -rich was or was
Me will never be known
The Judge's couisel won a ruling
lhat this part of the erfdsnes be
divrennrded.
C'lmnasnce
TOME WHAT MAV the
affairs of a troubled world, there
IS massive confidenceback*d by
hard cash in the future ol
American industry.
In the past few days huge long-
term loans totalling about 500
million dollars have been mad
and by some of ihe toughest and
most conservative of America's
''-'> atdSaSt -to the chemicl.
gomerr, Alabama, and took turr... the Bruening performance" on the ',';?,', '". f\ ,mnu*-.. '
ring the Bee bursflai
s.yuar-eld n<
, was out
heard the
Reeult: 1 1 rtvlcUons,
Kecipe
ill) t.REAT HLIZ/ARD [
1B8S wrecked the ice-cream par-
the conductor, Lestlo
Halasr.
HslSSl "Ml apologise-
even ihough I didn't hit him."
Honour satisfied, the orchestr-i
tioops back and the .Imw goes on
IS minutes late.
Referred
-ll"H.n Rocky (Jraiiano the
industries.
>i e companies, savings
' msa t inns
SB uiuversily
ive hel|>ed cough up the
.estment experts rfdlcl
that the petrol -nd ShOB
dustries alone arc due '
sixfol by 1S0.
that I pussibl> can't hurt
the fishing fund I'm going to open the I
beg. Would you believe the following
fish story ? It's true. It aeems thst one
on those who help Barbados to feed
mouths by living here in the winter j
months had been helping fishermen by.
11 !l,c fund and in lots of other I
ways. This good fairy godmother even |
went so far as to allow the owner of a
fishing boat protection against the high
seas at the expense of her fence. It
rhymes but it isn't meant to make you
laugh. Nobody could laugh at what hap-
pened next After the high seas were
over the good fairy wanted to tidy up
her fence (This was going to cost her
much more than she gave to the fisher-
men's fund, but that's a detail). What
happened ? Did the boat owner go down
on his bended knees and thank her for
rare hospitality not to mention financial
loss for giving his boat protection against
the high seas ?
He might have done. I never listened
to that part of the story. What really
hurt me (me, the fisherman's friend)
was to hear Ihe sequel The boat owner
explained that not one fisherman could
be found to lend a hand (without pay-
ment !) to pull his boat away from the
fence. The story ends with the good
fairy giving money to the boat owner
to pay tishermen to help him pull his
boat away. Such team work! Such
gratitude to those poor people who have
been stinting themselves this Christmas
to swell the fishermen's fund! t wish I
could call this another of my lying
inventions. Unfortunately every word's
true. And I hope the fishermen are
ashamed as 1 am of this ungallant treat-
ment of a kind lady.

TI'fcSDAY The simplicity of the St. James
electors is reflected in my four year old
son who was not given the vote under
adult suffrage. By an oversight it seems
because on returning home to-night
after a drive on the coast he went run-
ning through the house shouting "one
gone". He was so successful with this
slogan that it didn't take him five min-
utes to corrupt his younger brother
(aged two). He was shouting "one gone"
too. I'm wondering where it all started.
Buf it's a good slogan for children.
*
WEDNESDAYPopular superstitions would
not normally be expected to add to the
cost of living but I know one that does.
It seems lhat a "duppy"a most affec-
tionate "duppy" on its recordhas been
going into a room where someone sleeps
and for whose electricity bill I'm respon-
sible.
This duppy has, so the story goes, been
going into the room, without taking the
precaution ol opening the door first, and
stroking the check of the sleeper.
Frankly I wouldn't have thought this
story worth telling but for one thing.
The sleeper says the only thing to keep
duppies away is to keep the electric
bulb burning all night. If this goes on
I'm going to try Ibi duppy act myself
Only to lavish my*-endearment on the
bulb. And then I'm sure no more dup-
pies will play their tricks. I hope.
it
THURSDAYThe healthy correspondence
in the newspapers about peas is a sign
of our times (see Old Moore's Almanack
if you won't take my word for it). What
the correspondents overlook is that it
doesn't seem to matter whether the law
is enforced about growing peas if there
is no law to ensure that the peas are
eaten when they are grown. After all
1 if its flowering trees that are wanted
oleanders will look better than peas. I
thirik you'll find the law of peas has
something to do with getting as much
food as possible out of the land. Peas
are food, but you wouldn't believe it
when you hear that they've been throw-
ing them away because there are not
enough people who want to eat them.
Seems daft doesn't it ? It is.

MilDAY I have only just realised to-day
we don't seem to hear so much about oil
as we used to. There was a time when
the very mention of the word used to
divide friends and split families. I can
even remember when people up in the
House used to talk about nationalising
the stuff. It seems that a bird in the
hand is worth two in the bush. Or have
I got my metaphors mixed ? I can't
remember. Can vou ?
*
SATURDAY I understand that the grape
vine wires are humming with the new
intelligence Mr. Winston Churchill
and Mr. Eden are coming to Barbadi
next month (It's not far from Washing-
ton and Mr. Eden has been here before)
Then the King and Queen are coming
for that cruise. (The Kin^ planted a
tree in Queen's Park and took charge of
a burial party at Queen Anne's Fort)
Anything is possible but if it really hap-
pens will anybody ever be able to stop
Barbadians boasting about being little
England ? Nobody !
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SATVRDAV. DF BARBADOS ADVOf \Tt
PACE nvK
"Our Voices Will
Be Loudly Heard"
OPPOSITION LEADER SAYS
leader of (he Opposition in tin* 11 A.-.ml.h. Mi
Fred <; numbti td IBS numbers of his Party Ihe Klectori
atmn had been considerably reduced in the Hot*
would be more than ever vigilant in seeing that alt sections
of the community be fairly dealt with.
"As in Ihe la-t legislative ses-
sion said Mr. Ooddaid. "w will
contlnua lo point >ul \a Govern-
merit and 10 lh# ouatfe. **aTtae-
laalatlon brousht down
to the House that may be delri-
mentai to the people'* h
w.- m.iy t.e .t Mii.iii number IB
the House, but the public can be
sned that our voices will be
loudly heard In iheir interest. Our
his respect Is quite clear
tv everybody. We will eemiiHM M
protect all sections of the cum-
in unity.
"I hope that the L'bour CIov-
enuneM in Its s rength will main-
tain a sober balance and bring
down legislation in the kl
all cl iie> ."
Mr. Goddard aald that the Elec-
tors' Association hoped to keep the
nucleus of the Party .ogethcr and
gjither strength for the next elec-
tion.
A-ked his view about the out-
come of the election, he said that
ho felt sure that it was not a true
Indication that the public did not
appreciate what the Electors' Asso-
ciation had done for them during
the last legislative saeton, but 'ha*
rather it was probably the natural
result of adult sufTr.'ge (or the lint
time, as had been een .ill ovt
tin- W Indies. If tha' was cor-
rect. th' outcome was not al-
tosclhcr urprising.
Me fell -ipreth.it hv the next
election by which time people
would have htcomc oul c u,> of
the new lection sM-un, the FUi'-
tors' As'OrifflUon would have re-
gained iheir prestige "On, ,,,.
r-o^e now is In show (I
tint the ronAdenea the* repovi
in ni |n the pn-4 ha' nor l>een mls-
plaeed"
OsrtnJ io ) '.
Mr r^ndd-rrt "10 Birtv i-i-i -.
v.i h id time in rtfta**, bu< ..
HOLIDAYS WITH
PAY ACT
THE Holiday* with Pa> A
comes into operation on'1st Janu-
ary. 1952. and becomes fully ef-
fective twelve months from that
eM
t, The m on

MtoiimiM \oi.n4l IUIIdv
with r*j
t TWO
WEEKS day with
\mas Treat Vl
Nightengale
Home
p y-
-
i
ctI,
ym fnrm |ho
nut 'h'
Dcitt'ons ( h.laiini)
Tn. Pev Randolph Oswald
Gi-orge. Curate of St. Peter Par-
ish Church, was raised to the
priesthood yesterday morning
when he was ordained at St
Mii-hacl's Cathedral bj the Rt.
Rev Bishop Mandeville
Rev George, a native of British
Guiana, is Uollin td Re* I MorM
of Si Silas and St Albans.
Mr Philip E. Elder, (British
Ginanal. Mr II. W Kilev and Mr
E. C. Payne (both of Barbados I
were ordained Deacons by the
Bishop at thr same service.
Mr Elder flew back to llritiih
Guiana Shortly after he was or-
dained to help during the Christ-
ie... m'i. He i* expected ti
be back In lime to begin next *eei
at CodlilUtotl College. Mr Rijev
and Mr. Payne will assist at local
churehes durlnn the Christina*
Mean
Afceepti Non Sil
Delcina CUike of Orange Hill.
St. James accepted I non suit
when hei case in which ah*
ii.miK.i ilamages ut a from de-
fendant* John Sobers and Delcina
Sobers of Apes Hill. St. Jam-*
came before J. t*> ii. a.
Vaurhan and A J. 11. Hanschr-i
in the Asmtant Court ut App*->)
yesterday.
In ihe Petty Debt Court of Dis-
trict "E" Mr. S. II. Nurse gave
judgmen in the case for the de-
fendants and Clarke gave notke
of appeal. Clarke In her evidence
said that on September 9 while
she was .it home the defendant
Delcina Sobers threw stones at
her front door damaging it. She
claimed that rtpalfl COat hi
about t.V
Mr. FRED UODDAKI)
Reluctant
Buyer Wins
Motor Car
D.essed in a Jti .
and tweed ti. ..-. Bt rnard Hare-
"'".i ut si latwrenea Oap. Christ
Church, walked into (he Centra)
Police Slain.ii ft
holding Ticket No X ltlt4 in tie
hand. Thi*. tnkei won ihe First
Prise, an Austin a 4u car. in the
Barbados Bo>V and Girls1 Chin
hafrle which art DM.....d by lh<
police The drswlmj M
formed b> linn Robert I'hallrti-.
.it the Bridge)
OR Thursda> nlxhl
HarewiKKl told .i PoUci bV
that X1604 mi the M
he had bought for the
bourht it in Probyri Street Bus
Stand from a Policeman but b
could not remember what the p> -
I iceman looked like.
II- Mid thai he WS ., bfl !,-
iuotant in buying this ticket but
the Constable forced him to do m
Denis Howard of Messrs. Man-
ning It Co., City, won the Second
Prms, .i Erlgkwln Me is the hold-
er of Ticket No. Y 3704 The Thud
Prize, a radiogiarr.. goes to Winston
Bovell of Harts Gap Omst
Church, holde,- tf Ticket N., (;
1032.
I. Harewood of Kbenerer. Si.
l'hili|). Ihe holder Of I
Z ?3. has won (he Fourth i'ri/t.
: Blnam Scwinit Machine. Th<'
Fifth Prise, a Sports Model Buy, !,
by Holm.hi Tayloi i I
Richmond Gap. St. Michael, hold-
er of Ticket No. 2322.
The prtlSS will be presented by
Co one! Mb belliv Comi
Police, at the Central Pi :
lion at 10.80 a.m. to-day This
was the second raffle to
sored by the Police in sld Of the
nnrbados Boys' and Girls' Club
r qu..hbc
with payA worker must
Pormnll> serve during a
period Dl twetM months
witti one lanpaDyer on at
learn m dairg u mpleyert
..n ., vtsluy, (nrmightly.
monihK i .
on at least 150 day* if em-
ployed oi an hourly, daBj
or other bai<. It >
his < -i '"rmina-
ted after "he sanjrirstlon of
thre* m> rttw bg -hall be
entitle,) t
fnr the i od ' h
meet.
(0) AsMunl el llelida> Pay
A workei i enti'U-d to re-
i .\, belt n be Roej on holi-
day his "average pa]
one-twenty-six h (1/19) of
his basic wages earned
during the period |n |
ol which the two areekt1
holiday if given. If the ho'-
Iday is taken In two pi
the Srorker thi n
mil -half of his
pay" for each i>eriod.
3 Other provision* arc .i< (ol-
DWS;
... lUllday ta advaaee A
worker, by agreemen with
his employer, in I
a port or the whole of nil
holiday in edvaoce, k hfai
employment is subsequently
tern
completed one year1! em-
iiMiit, the i
m ike sppreprlaM
.....
Uon p yabl i i i
hi* empleysMi
tbl Time af UklHg holiday
T!- ei tcidos a ben
inc ererkei bell i .
holiday. Il must I
be given within six months
,.t the end ol Um year >' hh
, inplnyniint ,ml the em-
ployer muSI tive Uk
B| kSBSt
< I'll Mb lUIMays An\ DUb-
l.c bolldaj occurring wi hln
a peri" i of OR BBUSl holi-
day do-" nol count, and the
worker must have an exten-
sion of one day in the length
of his holiday
Ho Idar on Termination of
FmploymentIf Ihe em-
ployment of a worke,
entitle.1 to .in annual holl-
il iv is lermlna ed before b*
has w such holiday,
the cn,pl him his "average pay" in
addition to all other amount*
due to him at thf lime of the
te,nunatioii of his employ-
ment.
V.I..IMM ir l...i,
(al Tlie I.nbour Comn
b reeponilbls fnr In* i w
'i of the wnrkii
Act.
ioyer enell keep
muni i i-
pariod if i

worsen.
.
at the
Nightengale Home KU.k k ,k.
kmoi wen ghfei
:'..> rft ll'e
i II Uie boys and gii Is ei.-
as The roii.-
Band under C .pi i\ t liaison
played dance music to which ih'
Qhitdren danced in ttv
the Boom
The Children also sang Chri mas carols under their conduct..|
Mi Harold Hock. Aft. i
ing and singing the cl II
tre.t the Hoom M.i arSta glVi
rafraabinanu end pn-sented
I I ,nd M -
UcD Synmoncb
Ari-'itional Wing S.hui
After the preacniaiii i
Chureha
500 Curs I Be
Park hi 5 Days
A' n .d-a.n
wore over 30 motor
I space at Prtnc
lUHB Henry Street Th
itdi\i'mi:m\
PROmX/1 IONS

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peS VT-Tei?; or-aI.-
badeg a.,'..iuo|.,i, AasociaUoi
on 11m
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on leands

Hcwevei at 100 p.m. >eaterda
531

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Ihe pitt !.
in ot. :o.l^
[ t'hrutm.i, ,hi|ipinf By Inc Un-..
Ml
K. r. -
M.chi. told mc fHbani ''" "' '"i..;.-in, i.,i..,..- "
th.tMonfc.hom. would h.M '"
Lddttlon.! l, jnd ,h,. w,. !.** >'" '-
rnaHe more rh.ldroi, t I, !., ",""""'*""" ., ,,
Ji. Ihr Horn.' He .aid Ih.n .'nr,t by bufdnrumF-i Arlliii' \pi,... .. -m
. ho........< n '''- '""' """' lionplt who work
s, M ... ii. I I am '< l^ik- s l
,*^" O. i,0"l,v, ","" ""'^ '!"' SMt Mm* M ... Promotions
ST rP*'d """" """'d I'*''t" "' mo. in.' i i.,,,1 ul Ml thr urn. s Smllh, 1, I. Cl.il
.V,T. ?rS^WJ!"J"""'J""!'' Thr !"" form.,1, Ihe ,!, "......,1 .
I ii o fonnr.il,- f ia. Mjniw,,,. ,-lub .,,.1 in ,"' "*" rl'
^w".'^!rBr,r.*nrth""'' ''''............'.....I'M-- '-".....
Ini ihr Rood *i.rk lho> in- don. h .,-.,, bu, naji ,,. ,......
SlilkJ n1r"'ln Nl' J"'
m,.h,v > > Ii K Iben movfjd th, tMdo. A..... 1.U011 M I Phillip*. Loni *lr.,.i-~
vol. or Ihanlu. ,k. Andil,., .
Among thos, who w.rc pro^ir embvn ,,i ih. a
-rrp Ml. Knd Mr*. Mcl> Sym- oi.ti6n .nd 12 rrnb t- "''' "' u" Et>cl
mond. Mr J. K f BrtaclUM Mr. monitor, tor thr sum.*
F. D Mollle.v. Mr and Mi- H. s r. ..ttrndantB woik .l.nlj ,1'"' s,. n,l--r tSl. I
WalllM, Mr. V. Grimth. Mr ant Sot rounding Ihla parkin, an-, *> *' Hold.
Mm C I'larkr and Mr. (-. 11.11 IN IWO l-oauty u.loon.' all .IK "
tletMM -d.-i,. i,-m,ii,-,. -T..,. pi
M and man. oth.1 "_m'' "'"''al I|n|.i1nl. with
II ll I fen -TV
end** walk from Brawl street
SiMiprinec"" Bringx
Beer. (.laHsuare
R
1 nt on the n-
irg.,
Th*. Saguenay Teiiinn.il-,
prbwe arrived at Uarbado
' ."-Oa yi stei.t.n ,\ |l 6,000 UMlUW , DM
eases of glassware and
leal .,f whit,, pine lumbo
Kight*n bund!.
tree* were als,. among tin- .*,
priaec's cargo
The San,,,,!...- i rv,.. ;, i u
leave port on Sunday for Port-
of-Spain. She m .iniMgne Messrs Plantations l-'d
h. "NighI" All Day
In London
Boys' ClubK' (Jirol
Singing Contest
I.ONIKlN. Dm
k fog biought u-iki.i |
".....' to London and mads tho
ihg yeai nsn
:.ll ingli- Um I 1
-ifping througl
I '> in buUdinaa and on
rests ebere Hgbli ireri Maiing
Weather men naid "ntght" would
ntinue all day Visilnlil
Thrive Driven Ftned
U ; ii i irtflHh A< Ung A>llci
Magistrate


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while (In-.. |on
X-.-HI ..,. CoUymori Rock it.....
.t i von n
i ,,. cbm
Chun Ii
uted to twenty yards. Trains ('-2?2 on Mapp Hill l.
runnlnj behind ~'' :'"1'
,>.
Cheduk and plain
neaued, deleyo I
Members of the Police _
practatiaf ta- im
lag contest which w.u uc held SUGAR CROP MAY BE
SL. K",g Grnr*' P"*i si
l ruliji on Christmas bank holi-
day. The boys will -,ing many
l*>pular carols.
C*pii,, C E. Haison will be
one of the )udge of the ntest.
livertwd Ml' d>OV UM IW '
II
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ABOUT
65.000 TONS
I EH M I U1 bo judged at
prosent, the estimate for Uw oom-
1 .i.ii i"'|i appioximulelv .
Ifl-VOOO tons, (he Director of Ag- (
in ullure tol.l UM Advaeale
terday. This |K subject ta
according tn weather conditions i
boiwaiii now one the ond .' t"'-
A FIRE of unknown uiii "",l '''"M," '"' P"itl out.
which bn-kc um i u tu-iii Di ,, Al preoonl be Mid Ihs wet
at Wateunan's Village St J-na- '' **'in* '"vouraUle to DM 00n-
'< -bout H...I pjn, ,..i
burn! 20 holes ..f fourth roa rl ""' ""' ^"llllu""n "f * "vt
Ih. i ......... ... puuilodones.
nuins Qibeoti <>t tha

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gWEATHERHEADSi
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HUCKSTERS REMOVED
TO TEMPLE YARD
The Police have had to move
the huckster* from Jamet Street
and Chapel Street owing to the
uf these streets St
this Un
The*e hucksters now nU ..t
Temple Yard.
Smuggler Fimxf
Acting Justices H. A Vaughan
and A. J II HoiMChnU in the
Assistant Court <,I Appeal yester-
day varied a decision of Mr (i. P
Grimth Acting Police Magistrate
..f Uisuict "A" wh.. lined (\r.\u, .
I Roebuck Street C^ '
be paid forthwith or two months'
Imprisonment for the illegal l.mn-
mg of American cigarette-.
Tneir Honour* jrOBtOHlSJ BlMd
llrowne 2 to be paid forthwith .
one month's imprisonment wllki
hard IuImmii' Cpl, Murphy atlache^l
to the Bridge Police St.itiin, t.' i
the court ihat on December IH
while on duty An the I
he arrested the defendant with
the cigarettes in his pa
Their Hoimurs Imposed the
moiiFi! of I. 4 appeal
KEG So.nd MwiMffi:
To Kjn{; George VI
The following message hai
been MM by the Chairman o!
i I Economic Committee,
'. Becretary of State for the.
< for tmnsmUslon to His
M ;...
Delegates (rom the H'ltish
Csrtbbeaa Oorernments assem-
ble.1 ..t the third meeting of tho
,, Ertwomir Committee.
Iheb humble duty to tlie
King, and are gratified and
happy to learn ! His Majesty's
1 ,. w a i d a
health. They ,esi>eetfully hope
a means of completing
Ilia Majesty's convalescence and
| great happiness to the
K | ,.va| subjects Their Maj-
Uo the King and Queen will
rm.I it pesalble to visit the Brl-
rertitorle- dn-

'ml insured.
Gifts Come From U.S.
Trunks and package ,t |
tuffs and clothing j.., r
in practically every pan.sii
Barlwdo* arrived yesterday fiv*,,
the United Slateh b) tin- ss i
UON Pioneer. Thoac Christmaa u
girts from the people's relatives I
in the c.s. formed the ., ..... -When I
part or the largo. .. .,
The Aleoa Ptoneer alto brought always'
.0 ba of regular mall, a bag when I am obliged to diooft b> -
registered mail. ..Jendar. tween Euiof>e and Ihe wide open
..nd general rargo. She left port gee, 1 will always choose U
last night for Trinidad. She w BUMpo will unite by her-
ibjuji be*
. i
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1<- Mid llntaii.....I not
uiten.l to |0ta .m> movi-iiieii! to
10 EurOfM 11"^ oft.n Ib lbs
did I hear Churchill say.

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6 different kinds W
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II X till I N < III I l/\
New Census
Figures
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HMU a.
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lane* b. ni- B i i
Newfoundland's gnlr) into Con*
federation added taVBl
1951 census to'.il Excluding New.
foundland. ihe poculatioi.
totalled 13,536.446 as competed
with :i \9M If) .Ml, an .nrre.i-r
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latest in> i. .. t !, riaMni
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*n hi largest numrti-
. nl gain In total rls-
>n| ,:4.ti;iJ :. ... I JH7t.M In IW41
. den tlte margin
Qutbv- tnt.wo rim j popula-
tion j(r<.i*.
3.J31 88'.- meat l*i.
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portlonnto increases of slighUy
rnore than. 20 per cent in the ten
Ontario'' population
C J. OrttntK
Paitiimm
In the Court i
Um chief Judge
-
r ottaie-e Clarke of
I
1 U, thv
Mian Fif
.
M | K Walctt. K<
- rWrjiiiil
BotJeMi i appeared for Ottalese
Clarke.
Tbt lion ihr Chief Judge also
hi antec '
Anthony Laurie Pile,
'ho constituted attorney of Rose-
mary Fiancii Kirkpatrick Pile an 1
Patrltlt Kiikp-iv
tn rt England for 1<1tet if

. Pile. The will was ad-
.iiHled Ui probate on October 26
Mr. J S. B Dear IMl,
M. U E H QUI or CoUle Catfoui
. 0* Vh : ed (or UM
petitioner.
WlIU of the f. Ilnwinr. fhr*
persons were admitted to probate
Clifford Ileit-iford Holder and
Miirj Hell r, | i'l.,ii. ol St. Georg-
ltd Pnnce Kurd of Chi
Make Mft you -nk fcr SleaiVs Liniment
__apply it to your rhtumatitmthen
Schooner Dania> In lli-ii\ \ Winds
^Yom u.H
I'M,., J I
your upfitciition io htuld next cf.K to the chairman ot thm housing
ill hai-r n frtid.-n, \ to retard* Mtm priority claim."
i gtHigaj mm i ypnn
c
nada tojtal In the 1931 con tit
nrt that of Quebec for 2 8 pr-r
ent.
New Hotel
According to first figures for In Saskatoon. Saik will be award- 4 ..L Wf Ml T .1
" these urn*, the population of the ed m btochvmuti> nsicrobloiosjj ATUbfl Will 1*01
" Yukon Territory climbed in 1951 and related Ac Ida
to 8 986 fmni 4,914 In 1941. while Applications an
that of UM Northwest Territories documents should uirivc m Oltaw..
liMn-satd to 15.010 (rom 12,028. before February 15. 1952 Candi-
dates will be notuled of their sue- _
CamDCiition for ScientUU ss at the beginning of May. The for some lime, negotiation.
Competition for acientlltl ftWftld may bc ,akcn up any ,,m, have been g.slng on between the
after notification, but preferably in government Of t*8 Netherlands
A wiirld-wiin' eoSBpeuaOD of September or October. Antilles and a United States group
nave ot<- Requests for offlcial appUmUoi which intends to invest f5.0U9.00U
tained, or are about to obtain, their #rins and further details Shouh J*1 m hutels and tourist ficili-
Ph.D. degree is bejng held by^th.* ^ jdupeMed to the Secretary, La- >' 'n Aruba, Bonaire and Cura-
Brtllsh Cr.lunibia's iHjpuIallO
"(-..19tt fior.
817.M1 in 1911 la 1.153.059. Th
propertioaate gain "i t)
was the largest area gain. P iu

T9.I*I9 in 1441
hlii .
Saskatchewan fell 7.8 per
the Inrt eight ye
DAERWOOD" DUE
CHRISTMAS EVE
92 to H29 IM
. ..need 5.8 per i-e
,_
l fromSl? ti'-nV
f >n w. S3.??;
' '"- boratorles Award* I
ada Some forty Pust-doctorate onal Kimrch Council. Ottawa '
Fel^*ship- will be awarded In Canada, or to the Ch Ual
^2-S3 Suereesful candidate* lintrr National Rcs.ai.h Ci
igle will receive I2J20 f c.nad.. Africa ROUM, K
marnod men will gel
The money is tax free In
addition, award winners from
broad will get travel grants.
Growth In Nova Seotta'i

92 in 1941 to 838.27?
while New Druntwldi'i '
I o j i o rrorn Utl Wl lo
312.186 PogHtlaUon Of Plil I About twents Post-doctorate
ward Island increased J Fellowships are to !* grunted in
par MDt. train 99.041 to !lT,t8*. pure chemistry and fourteen In
p i.' i1 The-M- two croups are
1941 ws lenubh at the Council's Ottawa
Mi.81 in ii'i live Post-doctoral)
nfflclnl Census of the i1 ips, tenable at the Coun-
a rise f kl.tlOl eni Prairie Regional taiboratory
ray bondon. W.CI. England
P.H.O. ON LEAVE
FROM MONDAY
Or. U. O. S- Payne. As-MStan.
Port Health OfAcer. will be
going 00 ten day*' eaav
from Mondav Mr. W. A-Abraham1
Chlet Board of Health I
will act as Assistant Port Health
Ornoer during the lea day*
hotel
butt! (
The motor vessel Daerwood
xpc.ied lo arrive here Ir-
proposed that Aruba Aruba on Christmas eve. I
.i hotel wltn 230 don- Schooner Pool informed 1
60 four-bed bungalow* Aa>*eate yesterday.
?-bed tourist cabins Over a month ago. the Dai
rill have a 63-room woad was reported missing
ilub 1|1 bo her voyage from Grenad i
The
Baoalra
he concession
th'1 understand-
'ill start in Aruba
not latei lhan May. 1952 The
i ..ratao is expeete.1 to be
opened in January 1964. Jan-
L.,in. I*5 ha' leeti mentioned as
big date of a counlry
Bonaire li thee* eondi-
I .Ilillci. the i-on-
i am-etied. it is
i ^w&t*gf!g9T*J!9^gZ''
Jo r
reliability
*<< ii* re ntouihan-lflailt'i
i.K;irrr3Nu- n % lutam-r i
tuieij upoa.'~lak lor UM oai
Muf
FAMEi
conquers
Virol
the food for growth
1 lion i> a (uacenlraled lot
imI eonUining mall '\tract,
-)h-. idiiv r.i,n..i fjt. igjg, .iKr- (onluting gfaaaaa|i
ami aiaaga latca, iib th*- aasMaa al mmrral -alts
.ni.I Minium- liild.'.n thrive ,.u \in.l l.e.,iu il
pratrlgaa thr bad Bageaassssl fisf *trengtb. \italitv and
a sound ronstitiH.....
JiWSM3V53V5rl1l*t5'.5>iVi**.'i
It you're really out tocoaquct a coughto get to the root
of it and destroy the germthen ssk for Famel Syrup
Why? Because famel S>rup docs so much more than
ordinary cough mixtures. It contains lolublc lactocrcootc
which it carried by the bloodstream to the throat and lungs
and breathing passages, where it desrran the germs which
cause the trouble.
Ooce thegcrtns are destroyed then it's goodbye to the cough
or cold. Meanwhile, the soothing balsams in Fame! Syrup
jrc easing the irritated membranes tod the tonic rruneraU
are keeping up your strength and powers of rcsisunvc.
Famcl Syrup is a recognised medical product used for coughs,
oMs, intlucn.'a and bronchial troubles. Il is widely recom-
mended by Doctors- Hospitab and Sanatoria.
FAMEL SYRUP
'Jdiavttf M '
YOU CAN SEE IT I

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igsaasa. saar < *<( *'*!*' iiii
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p>iHi " 1^ MvsJsaiMP tsrtfshas * iosii spaMt.
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MMo-aao '-' '' " A
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CLEANS and WAX POLISHES FURNITURE. PAINT
WORK AND ALL ENAMEL SURFACES
LIqiiM Wax For Floors and Furnilurr
C.lo-Coaol (or Linoleum. Tiles Varnished or Painted
Floors
CREAM WAX FLOOR CLEANER FLOOR
SEALER
Briuhien this Christmas wills JOHNSONS
EE3
Heavy winds and seas pounded
the v-hoonn l.nterprUr S
her three-day voyage from Dom-
inica to Barbados. She sciled
into Carlisle Bay yesterday with ,
her sails badly torn.
Captain McQuilkm -.aid that he I
left Dominica for Barbados on
proposed to present an ordinance Tuesday and met heavy in ittaar
to the Legislature wthereby a almost throughout the voyage. I
company tax exemption -will be The crew were k<-pl busy tern-1
grantnl to new Industries, in- poranly mending the sail during
eluding hotels. In the ease of the -he voyage.
hotel group, the company would
xempt from lax payment for The Enterprise ._ broufh*
cargo comprising 68 ba*> of j
copra. 2.7O0 ,....>. i..
2.00 loose fruit. 38
firewood and 88 posts. She .*
onsigned to the Schooner PooL
RATES Of tXCBA VGK
CAMADA
ill*-, p. CtieavM on
1 Bana-TS SI J lo
OssuikI Dr.H. *T IS- i
Might I>rl). sit (x
. SS J 10'. pr CBU.
r e-orr*.i. % UI1C
> cwp... as i io- .
.__ cannot get anything better
for your muscular pami than
Sloan i Liniment. Simply apply rt
lightly don't rub and relief
qujck and certain.
io IHI rmuai op as ussa oa il ('
fttit
YitlfZeW /.ttr art /on In Action j Obtainable al all Leading Stores.
wine $n
VP TllfUC If AH * WINKS

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Are your teeth as
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unless your teeth arc really
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the natural brilliance of your
smile, nuke your teeth sparkle!
L'epsodcnt, you see, contains
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SATTODAV. nrCrMBFR *2 1951
RARBADO \nvoi \n
rw.i -I \ i \
Science Notes :
New System Will
Raise Efficiency
Sharon. Pennsylvania Engin-
Nfrs of the Wcstuighou .
Corpor..' ttn" j
cooling lchnK|U thai raises llie
Mc trans-
I formers, it i* .cporled here
Truatforman art machine* that
.crease or decrease th voltage of
l electric current thus making
I possible to send electricity alon*:
..high voltage line* from which In-
I dusttial users drnw their mnply,
i reduce the voliagv 'or house-
hold UN-
The limit on how much current
i transformer can HandS
trolled to a large extent by the
heat the unit itself generates In
operation, Wetlinghouse engineer*
explain. By doing a ban
keeping i transformer cool, Mafia-
ars are able to get more work
from It.
That is the purpose of the new
cooling system, which uses a "jet
I -ynlhettc liquids known
tu fluorocurbons to cool the inner
working-, of the machine When
the liquid npOl
way the heat ol the ii..
This method Is said to get rid
of 10 times more heat than cooling
' systems previously used im-
mersing the transformer parts in
a bath of oil or forcing a flow of
tir past them. In experiments at
the Westlnghnusc Transformei
Division here, a transformer cooled
by the vaporization method
handled about 3so per cent more
power than its normal capacity,
the report siys.
The new system is reported to
be the first basic change made in
transformer cooling methods in
more lhan SO years. (ENf.lNI- LRS
aTketrlrlfe >.
Health of Red
Prisoners
The health of Chinese commun-
ist and North Korean prisoners of
war is in-untamed at a high stand-
ard by United Nations medical ex-
perts. Communist prisoners get
the same careful medical attention
as the UN. sick and wounded.'
Dysentery among communist
prisoner?., for example, has bean
reduced 75 per cent. Although this
intestinal disease has been wide-
spread in Korea for centuries. U-si.'
doctors believed that proper medi-
cal care, including the use of new
drugs, would control it
In April 1951. UN medical
taam headed by an American doc-
tor went to Korea to attatik Hie
problem of dysentery among pris-
oners. At that time the disease
was rampant among the more than
100.000 Communist prisoners.
Members of the U N. team treat-
ad dysentery victims with the new
antibiotic drugs such as tammy-
Cln. aurcomycin. and chloromyco-
tin. They also tackled the problem
Of westo disposal and Improper
sanitation, which caused the
disease to spread. Proper sewage
facilities were built. Incoming
I wait dusted with DDT
and given haircuts, showers, and
Clean clothes.
The U.S. Navy's Epidemic Dis-
aaao Control Unit has bee.i
helping in the programme. This
unit operate* .' modem laboratory
ship carnplatel* eojulpped to diag-
nose diseases.
As a result f control measures,
dysentery and other intestin.il
diseases began to diminish rapidly
Within one month the daily rate
i among all prisoners was cut to 35
new cases per day and In two
I months to only 10 per
I Many prisoners also were found
[ to suffer from tuberculosis which
1 they had contracted before joining
llhe communist armies. "Most of
I these patients are now getting
I their first real treatment for the
I disease." a U.N. hospital director
"In many cases, we ore go-
, to send them back home
..sltliier thap they have been I"
rears."
Like other UN. patients,
prisoner-of-war casualties are
evacuated by air and railway
from the front lines to hospitals.
I Soldi r- are often on an operating
I table wifiin a few hours.
i One prisoner-of-war hospital
I consists of hundreds of permanent
I and semi-permanent buildings.
which servo as heated wards,
I .-ray rooms, showers, and operat-
ing rooms. Its 15 surgeons, work-
ing both day and night shifts.
often perform ns many "* 00
cperatinns a day.
The hospital has unit that
makes artificial Umbl for amputee
prisoners. These limbs are made
bv attaching a plastic cup. designed
Individually tr Um .miners' m-
putat too, to parts of a '
patients use these artificial limbs
until they are strong enough to g-i
real artificial legs and arm*
Prisoners of war arc also trained
to make simple types of
arms and legs so ih .! the) v. ill be
able to help other soldiers when
they have returned home to North
Korea and China.
Wounded communist soldiers
like all other U.N. patientsare
given only the medical attention
they request and are not forced
to take any medicines or treat-
ments against their will.
(MEDICINE: International Co-op-
er.il ion >
Battle Against
I i' sssBi more important, with-
out endangering human life.
m anticoagulant
"iniioiind that reduces or pre-
ttmg of the blood It
produces painless death by caus-
mal bleeding. Anticoagu-
lants were introduced as rodent i-
rtBsjg by an Englishman. J. S.
0 Connor. He used one called
dirumnrol to kill rats and mice
"i the island of Malta in 1847.
Warfarin differs from previously
developed poisons In that small
.'mounts must be consumed over
j period of several days to cause
Jeath. While this delayed killing
power is undesirable In some re-
spects, it greatly reduces the
d. nger to other anuna's. which
are not likely to consume the
poison in sufficiently large quanti-
ties to kill them.
\ nice Warfarin is slow-
acting, tasteless, and does Bat ie-
>ult in any acquired tolerance
wients usually feed several times
Upon Hsl bait. Thus, a majority of
i..is in the area will get a killing
gskta
Where theie are large numbers
of rats and mice, it may be more
desirable to use a fast-acting poi-
son to produce immediate kills and
follow up with the new chemical.
the report says
Warfarin has an excellent anti-
dote to counteract its effects if
humans consume it by mistake.
The report makes clear, however.
that common-sense precaution*
must be taken.
While this chemical provides a
valuable tool for combating rats,
the I>epartment of Interior empha-
sises that no poison ^11 Uu M
the rats and mice in a community,
01 even m a large building. Their
nesting places and sources of food
must be eliminated before they
tan be controlhM effectively
IHANTTATION).
Science Notes
And Briefs
Patients with broken bones
may recover in a shorter time
with less discomfort as the resul.
of a chemical called Wydaae, de-
veloped by the American Homo
Product- Corporation in Phil-
adelphia, Pennsylvania. This
chemical, the company claims,
helps the body dispose of excess
fluids thst collect around broken
bones, thus rapidly reducing
swelling so that a snug-fltting
plaster cast can be Immediately
applied.
The best method ot repairing
bnakl in the abdominal walla
(known as hernias) is metal rein-
forcement, a scientist at the Johns
Hopkins University School of
Medicine In the United States
reports. The metal used is tan-
talum, woven Into a fine wire
mesh. It docs not Interfere with
the growth of body tissues; nor
does It corrode In body fluids,
according to the report. Th"
metal is said to have proved
successful in about 200 operations.

An improved dry chemical fire
extinguisher is announced by the
Ilctterby Company of New York
City. Called "Fire Killer." it
spreads a dry powder over a
flame. On contact with the blaze
the powder gives off carbon diox-
ide gas, which puts out the (ire
Since the powder Is released aj
a gas. it leave* no stains on the
that "fre burning. The
Company, which is exclusive ex*
porter of the new extinguisher,
says that the device can be
especially useful in warm cli-
mates as its powder will not
evaporate.
The death rate among children
Tuberculosis nwu-
beeti lectaea
1 ast four

reports This disease
claim* more victims under three
years of age than all other form*
llosai combined. Today,
wilh new forms of treatment in
use. more than half of the chil-
aa hive had the disease
Appear a. health.

are observed by doctors for sev-
eral years to get
recovery is complete
Tdad Geologist
Frozen To Death
PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec. 17
Mr. [Lilly Elder, son of Mr
Elder. Director of Trinidad Trad-
ing Company. Port-of-Spain who
is a geologist in Canada was
frozen to death by a blizzard
while working in Canada. While
rriving his car he was caught, left
the car. and started walking no
was found by a squad of Cana-
dian Mounted Police. He left
Trinidad 12 years ago for Canada
entered St. Andrew's College, and
later graduated at the Toronto
I'niveisity Billy, as he was
known to his friends was 20 His
parents left by plane for the
United Stales and hope to be it*
Edmonton in time for the funeral.
Fin- Chhf* likvly T
Dim a-- /Vrr I'nthtiii/t Si-hint!
in-wn ot on carrssps
PORT-OF-SPA1N. Dec. 17.
Plans for the establishment of a
fire training school to prepare
officers and men for the Are light-
ing Service* in Um llntish Carib-
bean are expected to be discussed
nest rear among flra 1
Jamaica. British Qutana Barbados
and Trinidad if a recent siiggest-
Uon made bj Tl Inldad re CUefl
Major, Coj tad. It has
1 irn suggested in Jamaica
that the scheme should !* dis-
cussed by the Kin- Chief of that
island and Mr. Cox. went further
than that and suggested that the
1
Guiana be Invited.
Tdad Custom-
Takings Slum
Increase
irrom Our Own CqrruonSniti
PORT-Or-SPAIN Dec. 13.
More than $12,000,000 was col-
lected in import duties by the Cus-
toms and Excise Dep-iiniiin.
Por 1-of-Spain, during 1050 being
en aaeteaeo of uto.BW
amount collected from the same
source in 1848. Excise du-
ever, totalled nearly a million dol-
lars leas than in 1850 the decrease
being largely due to a decrease ot
81.033,157 on oil duties. Other
item* of excise duty which showed
decreases were warehouse rent
and duty on edible oil and on lard
compound, while rum and spirit
duties, beer bitters and
netted more money in 1M.
Ijcence* provided $2,000 more rev-
enue last year, while net receipts
'r<>m rejysjHtai won -tcercased by
8593.930.
The figure tor impoi!.
indicate that in spite of the lin-
ing cost of living, the Colony ||
consuming more each year. In l$5li.
$15,000,000 worth of goods in vari-
ous classes wen Imported than In
imh. The fad that . ire trying
to save dollars i* proven by the
Customs and Excise llgm I
show that In 18*0 7 7 per cent less
imports came here from 'he United
State* and 3 5 per cent less from
C.'Tiiid..
Tiu value of domestic aayoftBi
Including ship stores and bunsXCV,
showed an Increase of moie than
$30,000,000 in IB50. and the total
value of thai year's export trade
nuiudniL. itaang lor re-export was
$*4,5iMr. noon than the total for
I84W. Kuel. oil. mota n
cocoa and coffee, nude pOtrOaQtBn,
fruit juices, manufactured asphalt
and bitters wen ssra
111 1850 While
less demand (Of rum.
coconut nil, lime oil and raw
asphalt.
rMPFKUt II 4THIR* IINDEN BLOSSOM. Ill \ HYACINTH
"^C .lust 1 rr##*?$?/
assW/./-||rgf/ahXsV a
On Sale,
first time in
Barbados
Italian Alabaster
Ware, 50 Different
types of Gifts for
Christmas
Handpicked Specially for
Alphonso deLima
Oh! what
a nasty cough.
ZUBES bring
rapid relief!
ZUBES COUGH MIXTURC
\
lliat'v c!l KAOWfl ;
Lei iugaanV
SpcM.dl>
afc for childree'i
cough v \ i
hoiilc M hemc
i
as
REC?
/UBES COUGH LOZENGES
Tliesc arc v> hand) |o keen wiih
sn in portet sum Um i at) u>
i.ikc. /utv bflag iiJkk relief in
I mc and tuiling thiojl Ju*t
rop one into your mouth as
soon a% you
feel that
sore i h roiii
coming on -I -\i
t\/> Mam i nan aW ara /' /'/ HftHALEU
in maraaotcf 'handbag. A tntffwill clear ,our hea.hr
FROM ALL GOOO CHEMISTS AND STORES
^^^^^^ Han i URiMi CO, sssslBlsaB __________<
DINE
UIKISTMAS anil
"Hi VEAK
HS1IVITIF.S al
III': it \iiii \ims \ iMEMIilS ONIVI
DINNERS will b i.rvpd In ih. Bulliuom blwean 7 and
9 pjn. on MONDAY. D.c.mb.r 24lh. TUESDAY. 25lh.
and MONDAY. 3lmt.
Prico: SD.OO
VERY SPECIAL MENUS
MKMBERS are requested to make RoeervaUons not later
than December 22nd lor MONDAY and TUESDAY; and
29lh lor MONDAY (Old Year).
t\
DANCING horn 10 p.m.
till 3 a.m. on MONDAY.
December 24th: and
MONDAY. December
3 lit.
" Ticket.: 2/
ATTRACTIVE BALLROOM DECORATIONS
On December 24th: Potato Dance. Balloon Dance, and
Spot Walts, lor which Prises will be given.
I.MUSIC on December 24th by C. B. Browne and Hi
Orchestra: and on December 31st by Sydney NUee and
his Orchestra.
/MANNING & CO. LTD.
AGENTS.
BOLS
I, I a l : I it s
mnmmi
With your
Uft'l'- BARCLAYS BANK (DOMINION, COLONIAL AND OVERSEAS)
BALANCE SHKrX :i
1918 *
GtJUsttff LIABILITIES. PRHVISIONK AMI UTHtR ACC'OI'N IS
Current, deposit and other accounts- taxation based on
profits to date, reserves for contingencies and balance
of ororlt and loss 442'19.'2^
Balances in account with subsidiaries 9 8.B18
Barclays Bank Limited (holding company) and fellow
subsidiary 228.189
Proposed final dividend, less income tax . I4JJS51
Note* in circulation . 618,791
Acceptances, guarantees. Indemnities, etc.. for account of
customers 42 020.873
KKITr.MHr:... I Ml
MM
CVmBINT alOTI
tn ms.0, i
W-7SS.8M
; I loAOM
in hand and lialunces with bankrm
Barclays Bank Umited
subsidiaries ..
Money at call ami shor; notice
Hi Pittances In transit
Bill, discounted
Bntish and '
Bills M M B I
Other bills . 32.397.HW1
B
, Q .
: 7in.3tn
Rats
7 IS1J00
B^ee.fM
( MM \l
Authnrlord
7.228 500 "A" shares of 1 each
500.000 "II" shares of 1:5 each
Balance divisible mlo such share*
a< the directors may determine .
iMaed
6.821500 A" share* of 1 each
fully paid., concerted into stock
00,000 B" shares of each- 1
paid
i I BM '.....
] MO-000
BMM 1M
44.158.07d
424 81:
Invcslmants at under cost and besSW
markei value:
Securities of. or guaranteed bl
the British. DcanlASOO BDd I
onial Governments (including
securities lodged with the (
Agents for the Colonies as *r<
for note issue and with otbl
Quoted on LondoB Block i-
Wuot<-,i on oversea <7I,054
Unqui.tcl i'. u;i
iiivestmcnta
Quoted on l Mi '-frtrfUl t 510,134
Quoted on QVtrsOQg *t'Kk ex-hange* 2 V-M.5H)
GUY
TRUCKS
Advances to customers and other accounts .
Customers' }IMl>llify foi arceptance- guarantee*,
demnilies. etc .
6.621 500
500 000
Reserve Fand
7 121,500
8 855.37 f>
im tnjm
34.279125
FIXrD
' bo subsidiary:
Harclay* Oversea* Develomei.* I ; Inlti
Mioon -hare* of 10 esch fullv paid a' i
2 200.000 ..mounts written off
Investments in fellow subsldiinc* ar rr>| let. amour*!*
134.404 i men off
4.950.4ul Beat, premises at co*1 less amount, written off
Scientists and pobl
orkers in many parts of the world
are making progress in the ogr-
old battle against the rat. Improv-
ed sanitation, rat-proofing of
building*, more effective poisons
. -all are helping decrease the de-
.,. rat population.
About a year ago a new chemi-
I cal Warfarin, discovered Bfff a
I scientist at the University el Wis-
consin, WM released to the public
at a rodentlclde Reports from all
l parts of the United States place
I this chemical high on the list of
I effective poi.-u.ns for the MMtJlM
I control o* ra^ ',nrt mic*'- tni" Ui
iDepertm. nnounces
I here.
I Selective control means getting
rid of pests without killing *m-
"t c animals auch as the family
434.233.475
font mt*
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seasstaa
f 1 110.SW 'I
(I * 3
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PKOFIT AND LOSS ACCOfNT FOR THK YK.AR ENDED 30TII SEPTEMBER 1951
Its*
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156 673
Reserve fund
Writing down Investment in Barclays Overseas De-
velopment Corporation Ltd.
Premises reserve account '-..,.,.-
Interim dividends less income tax I '" <
Proposed Anal dividends less income tax 149,551
Balance carried forward
250.000
200000
249.103
c
I s (SO*-i CtM
A C B*I*I U'MtM'""
*, 1 l.iaa- Vl..-rSaM-Ma
185.513 Profll unappropnated on 1st Octolter 1950
roflt after providing for taxation und after deducting
transfers to Inner rcsc>rve^. i ;< serves pro-
IW3 20! vision has rx rn made for diminution in value of ns>ct* 709 581
s-i.
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(-.jiaT."" a.-i riser ateaetora' r.r. pu i
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GOVERNMENT NOTICES
SHIPPING NOTICES
AUCTION
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KLECTKICAL
C'lXHMIATOK
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rURNITI'RF.
I-IRNITUIW AND B**-TRIC -T\ T.
Maho|. bwroon and CHma 'ibinrU. UnW
and do>rihr lard-ra dar and pin,
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tl&IIINti IKJAT "Ofdaan )n dPQd
l*r 7 II bram. II ffv-MI *t f
Irri An. r*Tf.< Ma.m H*n..ld, S4
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.tw apatarn* Ttooi yvotaakf mm *
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lAinph tiutunw In dt*
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rn. nrrTTI A CONtJOlXtTM |n Bairn
fill ..... .(< al THAN. RROS Pr. W
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MM fnUPR 100* Woollan Tv.aa-1
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CUMfl wllh rato n0 a p.,r only
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Y Balariaciwi.a iu.ivmI fraax Ur ln-
""nnl I .1 -all o Ptldaa >,..,.
b.- ttth IS1 . Haaara. ObtlaM Oaiaca
PLnlold "a. .|. jpm HlK-aa- M* O-a
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LNDPtt THE DIAMOND
flAMMTft
lia'jal for parmuamn _
Mar Laau~i
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AftjBlddlwiia arv Invilad far tno apart
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Will PMlrybotda-r, priiv not* ibat
thi* (Mile* will not bo BtONDA*. mi DtcrMMl
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orWty
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tjtjpaajH
ILIJ'I i:
I.HH'OR LICENSE NOTICE
Tha applH-ation * WBttttaad (aaodind.
tlap*pa of Bt tttMaa. Ctanat
Cbunb ror pariniaaami to aall IpnHa. 1 Ml.
M..:i Ijquor. *.. al a wall build in >!'-;
liobtrr of Uh poal w
Ma Batarv ta> a <).. <..
MB* -.-. Haapil-I
iniii.o> Ttio ap
ll-iirar "! tha
i-itnbata ; .J
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allo.
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1 J .mikl Will Da
tinant wild a
r Iratchl and
ApphcaUonl Maw*
lha 11. of thrao
APPOINTMENT OF ABfUBTAKT WARDEN NUR8E8 HOME.
0.UIERAL ROtPITAL
(Pemata)
AppUratlotli -re invilpd foi tnt> pflMionaMd pfjoinUnni of
IamBkbiM War-M. rftarBH Rome, Oftrtrdl Hotpttil. i nBUrv nf
||384 tltlnx by annual incremrnt* of MS to WT2 pet nnufn. plut a
[trrnporBTy Coal of Living Alk-warwa at Government rates. In addi-
tion, quarter* in the "fame and board are- provtdeo
Applicants thould not W ovtr 40 yeart of age. ihould be unnutr-
ned or v-idow* without atttinbrancet, houU havt> anaJr-eil a tatis-
factory atandard of Bducatloa and have had cxparience of the prepat*-
uon and arrvtce of meal* and a knov.1et!|a of Aomc-nic dutte* on n
largo aeaVp.
The dutin will Include thp matntpnanre of dlacipllne It the
Nuraas' Home ccperlally during the absence of the Warden
Application* atviuld be forwarded to the Secretary, Oenetal Hos-
pital, not latr thaB 34th PutBiaBl. 1951. And thould be on the rotm
obtainable from the Secretary s Offlce, General HoBpltal
atltiH "H.
i p> taod at
rvrta for Trinidad. BaiBa
rbadoa aboul Maxr. tPU.
-rfrrta.
lafaiaa. trdWH Bl____
tar.-, amatp Committa* on lli|i.t Kid
ration m tha ColonMa. UnlwrMly
IBaBo* lM
H-.
LIQ.COR LICENSE NOTICE
tta appm aitaa <>l C C-rly^a aV.or.ia.
frwminaM Hill g*
rMfnad W OOOOtNO
AWBB--.I
Thia applo" -H >"-
al B LiraPMOf <""-> t- ba ".-Id
CMfJi rn.trltt "A" on Wednea-
i tnd dav of Januarv. Itat. at
-
I A MdJRXI
I'olite tad-l*ad. Bid A
Bl It *l t"
I..I IjT'-T.,..!..I.
....- ar.niN
mai- Ci
, City.
I day of
... Slrp-aa. nt.
B rtHrrrmi'
..I |b H
. apr> -all
imptna I nd
il < I'TKHrltPOlNT.
for Appllaaaii
lla.llon will ba Mm
ad-rad at a Idpanalnd Court la Ba li.l
Police Court. DlatrM-t -*A" on Mond >
nf Drrambrr, IfBI at I
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C B
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
DEPARTMENT OP EDUCATION
Tenders for the Supply of Skimmed Milk Powder to
I he Public EleorenltMy ScfcoaU
Tenders ore Invited for the supply of 80 (eighty! tons of Skinimo*
k Powder for use In the Public Elementary Schools of the isl.uid
during the following school teems:
sth May
iMh He-Men,I.-
Itih January
to
1*1 August, 1B52
12th December. 1952
10th April. ltM
Penonii tendering must quote prices. dut> fter; and will be peqtilrcd
to supply tha- milk powder in containers holding not more than H
(ifty-tlx) pouniln of milk powder each.
II M eHtatated that Qm nverage fornlghtlv constimattoii will be
3 (three! to (six) tons
All tender* should In- .iccompanied by a sample of the milk
powder offered
PeTsons tendering rnut aaUtfy all tf^ilreen-nu of tha achools
during the periods mentioned nbove, and must guarantee to deliver
the milk in good condition lo the peftorui authorised to transport it
to lb* schools
Tenders must be marked -Tender for Skimmed Milk PowtVr'
and must reach the Colonial Secretary's Office- not later than 12 o'eiWk
noon un Saturday the 26th of January, 1U2
The Government doe* not bind tttelf to accept the lowest or any
tander.
23.13.513d.
ApplK-i
*.ed person
in i' \i: l Ml s i or KMtVCATMS
lions are invited from teachers nnd other suitably quall-
for the following vai-oncBM :
WOMtN
St. Barttte>lomew' Girls' School.
Warttman's Juhh-r School
St Mark'- 0M* School
Weslbary Girls' Softool.
Girls' Srttaal
vice
MEN
St. CHMncnfs Bov> School
St llamabas' Boys' School.
St Stephen's Baa| ttrltool
2. The minimum qualiilcation for entry to the teaching
lh a School Certificate
3 Application-* must Ih> submitted on the appropriate forms
(K. 3S ib> for men and E45 (c) for women) which may be obtained
from the Department of Education, but candidates who have already
submitted one of these forms in respect of previous vacancies (now
tille-h mnv apply by letter iircnmpanled by n recent testimonial.
Any teacher who applies for a vacancy on the staff of an-
other school must inform his or her present Chairman of Managers
and the Head Tearher of an application for such a transfer.
5. AH applications must be enclosed in envelopes marked
"Appolntmciil* Hoard" in the l.p left hand comer and must reach
the lirpniimem of Education hv Saturday. 25th December. 1951.
Candidate* are warned thai ranvasalng may lead to thel- diaqaall-
flratktn
19th December- 1951 22.12.51.In.
'.a'.'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'a'-'.'a*
I I IIMSII
LIKE CHRISTMAS
REAL ESTATE i:
vwn way
i- llnlitaadi
Ba
See D'Arcy A Scott. Real
Estate Agent & Auctionee
of Magazine Lane for real
estate of any description. S
He hat an extensive h t from j!
which you ran select. It it's \
a business place, a residence ^
in town or country, a spot of
a chattel house, he
Make an appoint- \
I
l9.13.H-2n J
land or
has it
ind otnar Paahl.
I IUM for jaw Draw in. Boom
Tahaaa. BM-board*. CXI... Ca-.
n-o. wacson- and oUM>r D-Mht
Booan ploaauiaa. K.l.ban CaMrK
id-rBari, r.......i Rap* cnam-
Daaln in plain nnd M> rVal nd hard*.*!
Rom Mali lira up.
gay-Piano. Pnrtabl. Tvpawr
Oo-eart* a (> Wardroba
otliar Tiunka
Cars.
LaaMaaj
. i Hri
Por funnar uarUi ulara aaaaly to
inaaapi-a-J't at Trln
IP. Windward and I
DaCOaTA Co L
BARJbtDOB
W-.L
The M.V i"AKinEE"
i C-rgo r>d Paa-
Domlnica. Anti-
gua, Montserrat. Nevla and
St. KllU. Sailing Thursday
30th inst.
The M V. "CL M TAN-
NIS" will accept Cargo and
PMsscngeTs for Grenada.
Sailing Monday i?th in*t
B W I ACHOOKER OWXin
ABSOC. Lnc
Tola 0al.
IMHIIVI t.vf.lVKER. HIGHWAYS A TKANrtPORT
DEPARTMENT, aVAKBAIXW..
Applications are invited by the Government of Barbados for
the post of Executive Engineer. Highways & Transport Department
3. The post is peruHonabie and carries salary scale or 53.456
x 144 $4,320 per annum. In addition a non-pensionable coat
of living allowance of $154 per annum u payable. Point of entry
into scale will be determined by experience and qualification Holder
will )>e required to keep a motor vcbtcla for the performan..
duties and will be eligible for travelling aUOwancp in accordance
with local rates He will be liable to Widows' and Orphans' con-
tributions at the rate of 5% of salary. No quarters are pro*, ided.
Passage expenses of offlcci and family not exceeding 91.440 ai pay-
able on first appointment
3. Appointment will be on probation for two years and subject
to medical fttmss. fn other respect- the appointment will be subject
to the Colonial Regulations and the local Civil Service Regulations
and Instructions.
4. Candidates should be between the ages of 30 and 40 years
and should posse:* one of the following qualifications .
Catrporate Membership of the Institution of Civil Engineers,
of a Degree or Diploma exempting from Sections A and S
of the AsBociate Membership Examination of the Institution
of Civil EnKinei< with at least tan years practical experi-
ence on civil d-ngtneertng works, preferably in connection
with road making.
5. Holder will be required to take charge of all works on
maintenance and coRBtructton of roads and bridged, to make surveys,
take levels and prepare plan-., design* and estimate* and lo sat out
and supervise all work and be i*ajoiurible for Its proper and economi-
cal execution, to assist with the technical, administrative, financial
and disciplinary control of the ddayartment.
. Applications should be submitted to the Colonial Secretary,
Public Buildings. Bridgetown, to reach him not lat*r than noon on
Friday, 38th December, 1951.
17.11.513n.
HARRISON LINE
OI'TWARD FROM THE INITED KINGDOM
Prom
/-mi-
SS "ASTRONOMER
SS UALEMAN"
8-8 HERDSMAN
SS. "SUCCESSOR"
ith Dec.
7th Dec.
SS. "LINARIA"
SS. "PLANTETi
NOTICE TO DAIRY-KEEPERS 4 MILK VENDORS IN Till
PARISH OP ST. MICHAEL
It is herewith published for general information that under the
Dairy Regulations of 194J, it is required that certificates Issued during
1951. be surrendered to the Commissioners of Health during the month
of January 1952. when re-regiaierlng of the dairies for that year
must be done on or before the fifth day of January.
Persons granted permits to dispose of surplus milk.along with
milk vendors who have obtained licenses are also required to renew
their permits and licenses.
Forms of application for registration can be obtained from the
Sanitation Department of St. Michael
(Sgd.) J. M. KIDNEY.
Chairman,
Commissioners of Health
St. Michael.
OtBaBMI
. London
i London It
M'hmughltth Dec.
,. Liverpool 22nd Dec
17th Dec
MO. IV
2Sth Dec
6th Jan
HOMEWARD FOR TIIE UNITED KINGDOM
Veeael For closet In
. Liverpool
. London
eatlv
earl;
Barbados
Jan.
Jan.
Par further Infaimatlon apply to . .
DA COSTA & CO., LTD.AgenU
'^AttM $*""*&-
new roan smun
IU flllHttll .my,, .MMido, ih DrrrnWr. IMI.
NWW ORLEANS SERV1CF
'* l-ATrlAl- Mil, W. D.c AmM B to. It Dr.-m.fcr.
CANADIAN >IIlld
For vigorous health
you must have
CALCIUM
i adequi
rryoOd>io
ol cik'jn
hcillhv bonpi. i
lima
b. Mood and
m" (s reaulred by (rowing thildi
Con'iJpicsnti and woman lor period
enough ran time a whole vanaty of i
that you have enough calcium, uke Kartaria *ii
raidiiy absorbed and mou pleiiant lorm. It gets you fit
- best in the? form of
i KAiSMtii
the I deal Calcium Food
4IIHKET!
BARBADOS
IHKhl I
VS JAMAICA
AT KENSINGTON OVAL
FIKST MATCH .I.Mur, 17. 1. 19. || tt
SECOND MATCH Juuil 4. t5. 26. M. tS.
ritN. Ml AlMM.ll. :
i II \i i i n(im STAND-.IM Mr ,1... w........a ,.,, Tlckel
KENSINGTON STAND >I.W) prr ,1,. , ,,.* MM
I-NCOVEKED SEATSUr. txr 4.1.
I.KIM MIS-Mr Mir du.
_. "R-PAI,K AVAILABLE AT y- DAILY
PI^NS FOR SEATING ACCOMMODATION WILL be open
al C. F. HARRISON & CO'S OFFICE on WEDNESDAY
JANUARY 2nd. 1052. when members of the Arsor'ition
may also purchase two addniona! Season Tickef
PLANSi WILL BE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC ON MONDAY.
JANUARY 71h FOR THE SALE OF SEASON TICKETS
SaM. -I "Ma
"ALCOA POINTTJl
AU.-OA rtftOAniB"
' Ali-OA I'lANTlR
Saalia.1 HaBfai nan..a
ISth Nov Sttn Nov. bl stn i> tt
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opportunity to announce that
til.- Coamopotltan Club
Restaurant, which was
formerly supervised by me,
i* now under the complete
nir.nagen.ent of Mr. Berke-
ley Ince, hence he is quito
capable of entering for wed-
dings, Christenings, Cock-
tail and dinner parties.
Picnics ttc. We therefore
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undasT my personal tupsu-
Vl.'IOC
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a
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Offer* will bo considered for Ihe purchase of the
i above group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the
following estates:
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx.
Greenland & Overhill approx.
Bawden &c River approx......
Friendship approx............
Ari&le Tata
Arm Acrr
303 713
324 644
266 511
115 211
Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised
and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as well as
D.C. sugar. During the 1851 crop', the factory produced
4,352 tons of bugar. The bags required for the 1152 crop
have been secured.
The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the followirg International Har-
vester tractors :
1 TDM Crawler Tractor with bulldoaer.
1-WD9, 1-Farmall H.
Also 1Caterpillar D2 tractor. 2Subsoiler
ploughs,
1disc plough, 1brushbreaker plough.
8 Dodge Trucks. 1 Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for
Tract ors.
Livestock includes 14 horse*. 12 mules.
Further details and renditions of sale may be
| obtained from,
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i- a I -in I'.....h.-.l (MM. TM to every pair
> 111.- John Whitr (;uaran1re Shieldthe fifa
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PACE TEN
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
SATURDAY, DECEMBER tt 1
Marshall Holder
Head Averages
BDOS-JAMAICA TOUR
OPENS JAMJARY
< AM.'HT li\ M irs
Bv THfc SPOKTS I IHIOK
Nuiinan Marshall. Bui ban*
and Wanderera .ill-rourulir
heads the batiini; average* at
Of the ninth
Fn*t Division
man with inure
than (cut hundred nil
credit As a matter of fact he
u nl> ?evenieen run* shnrt
td the 500 run mark His
Marshall is the only Firsl . Brag* of 6tf in eagtlt inning
.stands nut in the list Charles
Alleyne. the Empni- k .
who la second in the line-^p
with .1 total of .tto in tasrven
.
(7 22
Dti i H
batsmen have reached the reo,uircd
qualiftcaUoa o( 8 Innings with .ii
average of 22 runs each
NO First IMvisTon bowler has
raptured fifty wicket* this season
and with only a single series to be
iloes not Mfin likely
-ill reach thi* Bawled
gurc
ill .he Carllon pace
bawln has Liken 40 at a cost of
1U 17 rUM each and Uksl M UN
highest Individual amount of
wickets taken He ik fourth on the
Hit of bow In* who have taken 20
or mow wickets this reason, but
A.wii Holm i. U l
left arm bemn hi tup of the list
with 25 wickets captun
of B OT rum each
Believe It or Not I
A I.Mini EuirsHMi
TO MORGAN IJTWIS DANTE
mi** mil i.i a va DiiiiNiON
"*IO ... (IISUTMA'. BANK
inM-iOAY DacnB..- amis is
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I IMS BALVATION il'li I
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window guards etc.
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Boards and Joists in various sizes.
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WILKINSON A HAWKS III.. I III.
WEST INDIAN Prior Joue* take* a neal
SI al Adelaide cricket irmma on LtUI
West Indie s Si.titti Autralla.
Otl Langley for
U 'photo
Now Tournament
Tennis Will Be
Honest At Last
i ,,,.i
mi|:m\n mahkiiai.i.
Cricket Averages
BATUMI*
tOnallS'*"*" lanital- ! '' M Mai ilia.1
AH"
A SKimiri
T>w
C Smith '} ?
MSB
At lasl honesty has dgft I
lawn tennis Tmirnamcni
can now legally receive "reason*
able expenses all the year round
instead of only for eight week
So a lot of deception Is avoided
st Lot me make this clearthat
J?g the decision affects only a small
:,m minority of competitors. The vast
mm minority are not worth subsidising HK. I'lSH t>.intm-Mcight cham-
> Once upon a time I myself used Won, Peter Keenan. wi .
njo to dabble in open tournaments. lontion for Johannesburg, when
a-Ji Never did temptation come my he * to fight Vk To I
u to way. Quite deplorably, nobody month for the world'* eharrpiin-
* wanted to pay to see me compet- ship, plan- to go Aim reel hunun
1911 and 1B22 he won
uur nattooal cowered courts nti-
live times at the Queen's Club.
Hi n bad the top In an-
other sportgolf, winning th>
matcur championship
Keenan GoSM Muiitinu
tnj
Asking For Poverty
It la only the t\*
three wh
shen I- arrives.
He wUI be seeking no ordinary
picture but camera v>
Towccl'- championship boutg.
Keenan has in mind t
. anitt*
Bm -
rira-nrv
', mmi i
I A'lalin
McCat-u-
kU-il .in
f.-.i -
, Oi -
make the tournament who will pio-,-, (i,,hu with the former
*-- lew rule. holder. M.muel OH
e profession. o"Sullivan (fymdr I
While they may Romi m (S|
_ n expenses to keep The Glasgow boxer wants to see
llj- c-ing for most of the year, there Ihrsf. nIm, OVr -nd ...
m ""O11"* rnoney about to inake Bv thi.< rMana he botH
'" ~ .f P^ty C^T' A mZ" sufficient of TO
plan his own campaign.
. cash in on the
*m Are they In
Mj -I .'' Not quit*
, S receive enough
Intere.ilniii.il Tuumument
/ealnt
MEET Charltoa Athlelic's No. 1
supporter 36-ycar-old Mr, G M
I Welln-ck Avenue. Sid-
cup. Kent, who has compiled
complete history of Ml [avOUTll
lull dating back from when *h
remains it
iti i a aa n iiss tournament "circus" without
C braa^-w' mi is St* isTs siderlng what will happen after
lu a ass is RB Useful Soccer Men
ISt 5 til 5 \\Z Now professionals In other
,v' '.'. m l *S amateurs nbout lime. tr*. I ..
a t m n nas think of several useful pagfon
Si 3 S !*" ars in this class. Footballers Jim-
" ** n inv Hill, of Brentford, Bill* Oraj "rst entered the Football Laagi
m Harrison's office OB 2nd Janu- and John Harris of Chelsea. ..ml In August 121.
ary to members of the Association. Re t^wts, "f Arsenal among -_,(ni ^i,-...,., vlom nacked
11 is now confirmed that the The price, will be the same as th.nv
InUicolonial Crk-krt Tournament those for previous tournaments Footballers, with their >mnh.
betwou Jamaica and Barbados a" will commence on Thursdav 17th this tour It was hoped thai good make flrst-cla u-nni
Jaouarv The visitors will arrive crowds will witness the matches. CJno_ day one; of them mi
on Sunday 13th January around The cost of air passages alone Davis Cup place
7 p.m. and will be staying at amour.tr. "..- HMO.00 --- ---.
Abbev.l.e Ouaat House." Rocxley. NcgollBUoru were underway lo QfW J^S^iZB at the
The Eanorary Secretary of the have the matches broadcast but up old rule concerned Gordon Brad- _
0arbado Cricket Association said lo the present the Cricket Assocla- ley As a corporal In 1047 he was ^IT~ au?
yCftarday thai the plans for seat- tion was unable to say whether the left out of the RAF tennis ridfl T \,V;' n
1 be Issued. In the inter-Services champl
yesterday that the plans .
ing accommodation will be opened netwsary 1
iV gal
nship
with facts and figures, carefully
indexed. Mr. Furror cnri
-lance the names of pl.n
took part In anj particular match,
with scorer* and result
Mr. Farror. .i .solicitor's clerk.
has watched practically even
home game at Charlton since 1934..
The earlier history of the club he
compiled by long research in the
newspaper files room at the Brlt-
lin Museum
because he w a paid footbaljii His ijbran imlu.les MA f.-ot-
After leaving the n.A.F he turned i,a|i l>00ks and annuals "Charlton
tennis professional and now div- ;|11)1 Um maintenance of my
Ides his time between gnalkcetdng card* i* my hobhs
for Notts County and coaching
lawn tennis. 5-Vei.r .\uurciilice*hip
Iruin .i Kie.ii height behind bim QlgsjM teiuua rafofi Of II
lo be' caught as it swooped down come some day. If not quite vet MOW long noes il take lo bo-
ot the side In the Held looked as over his shoulder at midoff and I Jmean the opon chaaAiODgUp, come a llrst-class lawn tennis
S S fullv realize ,t and were Miller was out for 4. Four w.ckets J*af ^SSJ^L^^ ^nP-lrC 1 jrOT -HWOnUllf W
determined to do it for 39 Miller c Ramadhln b Wor- .Vl" '^fj!?'", l *? ,
Ju>- before lunch, a light rain nl| 4 Prom God.li.rd'a And ball 'hamateurs and the pref) -
began i.gain to fall And as it ni.xt over. Hole tamely turned a Then um th-ill r^^llsi fcnnu
"'" ""sJSL'^Uu'wad""' -*round ,o v""n"ai trJ^;rord:.'^1pik-""
nugruoctm ankle hiiin Aorl lct Holo c Worron h (;*1- All-Rnundrr
Australia Bowled Out For 82
I i"in Pise
Llewellyn
To Quit
. .i- I. wellyn,
i panj ninership
old be.) gelding,
rldpres-
l>ort. is to resign
.in y of the British team
en- Olympic Games.
thai mean that this near
inch has
I best in the world, will
' < be Ken up*
(To ilnnel [Jewellyn 4U-yeaT-
>r owner of coal mines.
i inland to roalgn to make
vounger people so that
they can get the experience so ea-
l success in any Held of
ntemaUonal sport.
I hope to be able to jump pure-
ly for pleasure after the Olympic
Games at Helsinki."
The affinity between master and
horse Is uncanny Neither Is spec-
tacular but both art almost tech-
nically perfect.
Sold for 60
The partnership started In 1M7
then Poxhunler who, as an un-
Token colt was sold for 60. was
commended to Colonel Llew-
llyn The deal was quickly eom-
\n Il.iD.000 would not
I'uy the horse.
The following year they won the
l' 3,000 King George V cup at the
White tin uiteiiiiitional horse
.-how. the Bral BrttLsfa victory for
. i ..- lt
That put British show jumping
I u'k on the map. and Colonel
Llewellyn and Poxhunter have
kept it ihere'ever since
B>OOQ,**aa*se*
'^rt*0*Q*lto*rt&,'6lf'
Your chance lor K>mlhins olhtrwue unoblainable
ENGLISH TWEED SUITS
Kradyinadr Enulh htajh clasa lighl
Tweed Suitv Tuu-plere and 3-plece,
single and douhlr-hreaslrd Mvlen. Pin
Stripe and Herringbone designs. Thi.
material b unobtainable by the yard in
the island and a Tailor-made sun ol this
nature would nat anything over 1100.90.
Per
Su, a. J72-M , |B7*
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10. II. 12 Ac 13 Broad Street
'he the Lawn Tennis Umpires' Associ-
oii- iition who ban their annu.il gen-
eral meeting In London thi
"to It Is recognised, states the annual
made a magnificent ankle hlah SoV't teir'niCTworreii h'ciod----------" "Ali"lio,mder" "" tffi"' ,h" "*! "
catch off r.urn./ ,.lrH P.. , ., ___,___Alt-Rounder nullity to umpire eentr'
Har.ey. c Guillen I. dome/ 10. "''"!," .['".'.^J'- ,, lrl_, ^SPOnTI\'fi curbna of l>.moil wl|houl I
3 lor 15 Chanei wai aelUnf life '- "?* hn''i, SnuV.,CTfUhi. ?3ii'n- .'"""'' '"n,lon ,r'*n o( about rive yen
out of Uw pitch whirh wa> alrcad) >'!'." !"" '";'"* back-row forward who .aptain. ^
snowina Uself far ironi ihe life- P"'nfil care. Lunch score, IJnd- Ireland against South Africa, are *'
llsii. hllhard table lh.1 had been '"" not out 2. John.oo not rait t>. not confined to rugby He Is ol Th asBKiauon of hlirdworK.i.c.
at lennl-
i
the
Test at nve for 43
11 -.l-MAIJA
n Wo.r. II
I SLOImra/M I. Wnnvtl
b W.mll
Wl-MI b Goddaid
I......- *
prepared
Sydn.-y
However. Goddard now brought "'1'*
himself on at that end. His first .r,,1
two ball" were l>oih hit for fours Miner
all run by game gulo Goddard h*'
Immediately eul down his pace '"?"""" T.
apparently to llnd his length. SingeChrWtanl
MlUn after living 40 minutes on LaMarr > Womll
one. at lust chopped Worrell down *** b cieAiard
lips for three and Hole i^^1' "
on'drove the next ball for a de-
lightful four. Next ball, Hole t...i
cut to Ihe boundary for four
leaving" Marshall at second slip
stietc lung helplessly on the howling anai Hi r
ground w<>n*ii II t 1 ss
The very next ball, he unlcked ooaaard s i ai
adgOy pass C.ulUcu UM flva.- al' Oonwi .i :i 3
tun
wsr IIVUIBl l.l ISNINOS
__ ji i .*.._ M-ihall i Burg* b Juhmlonr
Ramadin!. Great I aleh OeadaN Ungan
Then came anUliadtlln'l grtal ggjjBwrsr i. JohM-n.
T.ament. a iruly wonderful run- Cwrties c Langiay b Jalm-lnn*
nlhg cntch with the ball falling Tout for iBwktwt. li.
lai
much-.iiius
Internal loiml
squash
He has ban picked for Ireland .**
at squash, but lennis II his hr.t hmmg .nembersh.p of 2,B. I
gam"? and the one he himself pre- *r&rZZ2Zr2PSl
fers. could ha *
For the last two years < >*Brts%l
has been living In CarditT Las*
year he won the ehampk
the Cardiff Laam Tannla club.
-ml VOUM .uinos! L.''"
hern chosen for will
residential qualification* beep
He has an unusual bobb] foi so
axpart .* ball player gardening'
Andre fioherf Wm
ANDRE GOBKRT has med in
r.n La, uad N rftra > inothai
Teat all-round sportsman Before
the I914-1B war Col-ei i ..
rtench No I lawn
In 1011. with Max DteujQS ha ""n
be Wimbledon men* double
championship
. -shankeo
ilasts baa an *ton-
bership of ITS. It .
Rules Committee of the
Lawn Tennis Association.
Not llloglcally, the unii' I
plain that they who administer the
rules rain views on
them
LM
Thcyll TX> It Every rime
TtfttUOMOUr INC SAV A^VAPILLO A"JC
A'NCQeixR)' SMB&? AND RAISED UE TWO
SOOO-tiATOXEO.MGH-FlYlNG T>COO*iS--
ma-ha-Ma.1 so
i0.sXCI-E5R3R
36 . .',- SUCKS
Just Pr*. CUWKS C
>ojTt aff-rsia
Lr?, iOCOO
By (ilium H.ulo
Ten coes casm-in nut mo the
END OF A SCAUTIFUL FRlENOSHiP- UT
THE CHPS B*u- WHERE THEy MAY-
sOOWE AUAR'
I WAS OUT IH
PROMT FROM IKE
START-I NEVER
HAD TO illy ONE
EXTRA OilP.MXI
ffSSW! c-ROoisT.1
WHAT'S ON TODAY
Lower Court* I'm in a.m.
Thii lant merles of First and
Second Division Cricket be-
gins today at the various
grounds 1 on y n.
Police Band at the Marine
Hotel > IHI |. m
The cilcket matches are:
Fin>t Dlrl.ioi:
Combe rinero Spartan
Combe rmerr
Y M PC Wnnd-rsr* It
Becklea Boad
Police Empire at the
Park
College Pickwick at Col
lags
Lodge Carlton at Lodr
Second Division
Waadsears Oonbaraura
at tha Bay
Pickwick- Police at the
Oval
Empire Lodge at Batik
Hall
BunrW 0.03 am
Sunset S.3fl pn.
Moon Last Quarter. Decem-
ber 21
Trighting 6.00 p.m.
HUh Tidr: 10 IK m.. 11 S3
Pal
Low Tide: 1MiB.IMp.ra
YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
From Codnngton
Rainfall: Nil
Total Rainfall for Month to
date j
Hlghtst Tamperaturr H3.ft F
Lowest Tempersttir. 72.6 "F.
Wind Velocity 1 m.
hour.
BarosuUr: i% ami 09907
(3 pan.) 29S9S.
\ Merry Christmas
Vroliik Kerstfeest
5 ^filorv to tiod on high
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I\\\x and on earth
IH'iiif (o men oi' oodiI will"
In any language lt.*is words bring a netsage of btyt
and .OffifOfl tD otl humanity
Pan American World Airwoy
extend best v-ishei for a
Merrv Chflstmas and 0 hoppy New Year to their
friends a', over ihe worlo-
Pa/v American World Airways
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