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ality does not matter
Promotion
WITH foreigners doing the
k under-
ground tike road-making and
I filling with dirt the
gaps at the face where coal has
i .'
a chance la W
skilled work.
The South-Western Division
Of the Coal Boardwhich in-
Somerset as well as
South Wales- would like 2.000
Italians
The miners' leaders agreed
with the Coal Board on the
principle of emplnving Italians.
But agreement al "high level"
is a different matter from the
(act being ACOmpUatttd.
Out of 100 pits where the>
are needed In this area only
seven miners lodges have
agreed to accept them
Old fears persist In the val-
leys of South Wales Fears of
unemployment. irn in the
.rues, fears that the
coming of foreigners will end
.he labour shortage, which is
uch a strong weapon in wage
negotiations
In the Abcr Valley at the
Windsor Colliery, they seem to
have accepted the assurance
that Welshmen will always
come first.
laigtmi
SO much for the atmosphere
'"' Al.. in the pits. What about the
affect of this new batch cf
Italians on Hie in the villages''
P early to say H
is one woman, slight. gre>-
h aired, wearing an .;!-
stands, arms akimbo, in bag
living-room, within 100 nrdg
, ithead and a mile of
1
October 1*13 an explosion kill-
ed 431* men -the most gi
widows tfnd I
in the vallev setting p
from the 1913 disaster fund
Mi i ui Evan* has two of
tin Italians as lodgers. As we
talk they are asleep upstairs
iight-hour night shift.

says. "I gave them spaghetti
M h .' Witt) sugar and milk
They nearly Utn
me. Now they get It boiled in
water, with salt, and mixed
with tomatoes. Then
happy
i i is
Nlo
ti,t ..-hir da) "Om
<|Ult AnolluT Italian
rants t<> cOHM here"
"He was mail His arms th"
all over the placi 'Tell him to
keep away from my home.' he
said. Mb home That's how
BtUtd down here "
Mother* sons
TWO pain of shots glisten
on the stairs, ready for the
lodgers. Those Welsh women
look after their men.
"I have no husband, says
Mrs Evans. "He died 15 years
ago. Of sillcosts."
In the hearth lies a ptano-
i in its black case The
other lodger. Salvalore Angel-
ine, Is a musician Hut that is
not quite the WJ Mrs. Evan.
put it
He nearly blasts us out of
tho house," she say* Hut adds.
"He's good at it. though."
Is 19-y.Mr-old daughter
Maureen tenches them English
A romance, perhaps'
Not on your lite" says Mrs.
Evans. "Nolhng like that
But you've got to look after
\fter all. they're some
mother's sons, aren't they?"
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PORT-OF-SPAJN, Dae. 18.
Mr C R Fnrrvll. City En-
gineer, on Tuesday agreed that
n . t ....... i.
was a unique one. He said he
had not lieen officially informed
af vh* tniiisacUon. Mi. rrr*u's
reply followe*! a quatuOn of Mi
Ropar, who had asked him
^iicilui h* had l>eeii treated In
IbJl Way in any other transaction
of the Council.
Tuesday was the second day
in the Commission's Inquiry into
the Council's purchaseIM*
of four iim-i i' n:.:ri.ition units
from the Hon. B. S. Mar*T~for
118,000.
Mi FarraU wai ubjactad to
lengthv questionitiK bj Mr. Mal-
COln Hutt K.C appearirui on
behalf of the Attorney General,
the Dhalnnan and Mr. Roper on
his connection with the circum-
tancai cottnaotad with the
transaction.
Bafora Uta smallest aud
heiirinKs > btf, Uta
c .,. i, i .... ..i Inquli on H
,!..> iK-nan tu- probe at the
I .i /i -l..*i\ Council ChamlMT UltO
the purrhase l>> tha Council
of four ii ad rafnffarator units.
Ih. audlanca heard a long.
aaaauad background of the re-
frigerator deal, which according
to Mr. Butt originated In 1948.
mpRQ
'ASPRO' brings definite paln-relie'
within <**r minutes. The icnsation
Is a toothing one You suddenly
realise that the pain has faded
away. ASPRO' juit doei the )ob
nd then disippcars. leaving no trace
leaving no harmful afcereflectt
whatever. 'ASPRO' provides Nature
wit I* the chance she needs to get you fie
again. Take 'ASPRO' when you feel
the first twinge or ache which warns
you of the onset of rheumatic pain,
ncuri'.is. neuralgia, sciatica or lumbago.
That r. ;hc way to forestall the constant
nagging pun which these distressing ail-
ments cause 'ASPRO' brings peace, too
to overwrought nervesso remember.
when you are overstrained, overtired
overworked-
WHEN YOU'RE NERVY
AND IRRITABLE
ASPRfeS.,
Fcvcrishncss
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gratitudi- t<> tin support
and co-operation of those
we have had the pleas-
ure of scrv-rw: through-
out 1951 and take this
opportunity of express- <
mi! our sinriTi' "thanks"
and extend Beat Wishes
for
A HAPPY XMAS
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FSB-IS NrwSLETTER....Irom SAM WHITE
DE GAULLE sees
his chance to rule
France again
FRANCK S ' putt make-up m n r.isssijil
* .,,,,, }.. I UU trt-ngle
i'. i-mMI mark
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IlKO.UfSlDr:

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'Mn you kmtw
I HOOKS!
'cm, i>...s at if*
k.-t
Ste;. .-
illy interest It g
ho U(Wl There'*
l*autiful i' (Vtl.-i Prrst-Vafcing. Bnbrold
and many another prat-Mi-al 1 ,
of booh. Era children then
Imoa* HW1IM14 Mh Mtli
mil rn.ditiM
df-ncy of the I'SA
1
liters ami off
now so certain H1.1t
Elsenhower int.
run that the.
his r nljiui 1 1 '
S.I1.A I'.E comi
In Hirer montl
and frfiv df*
possible gucconor.
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The two
faV-
oured (or the po:
Elsenhowei m
Sl.ift. General .On
CJi i<
.mrt...n
Of the 0
K 1
Background
Gaulle's 1 m |
ban 1
men! PtWWB the
Central and n
his Parltamrnlai fol-
lowing .-
reaulted
M P
kgfl de Gaulle i.' _
cUmb do 1. .1 leu r-'
notches from Ml ttn ,
toipherk pei h(l4
rnor* dteui
1 .
1 ttd '! Dap*
tly with lipstick |illUl. dn-wgaj hi while miooifd
. Mill Vr,ib materlBli
, i ilit i>l ihe Ne
lln.ld irihmir. Robfa *W
_, 1 North Atlantic GnM1MtMI n.el.t
are Seu.ng Cban lilllf^ B Aj
sn-ninda it Tl
United St--..-. Naejr, \
Then- of jewing, ere rhmTW\ra nrotMt n0twW
hargc. For regu- ..
charr
Bel
Agad,
M*<
teui 1 fraai of
ar tenners' the
tor 18 !> and that':
vond-rfui es*ee, you
arv Embroidery coune
hM grade from the cttn.cn tar
rt*rhl up to reallj advancad _price* are fochptl _
k Here the fee w only 3" I this year 138,896 Aberdeen Ant:
ttrar 25 lessons. A "*- calTia haw been registered
if I may, burl 4MT and
I (Ml
an-ti-
aaVae
KINO of th,. American
l-rceding scene is our eld I
fnend tin- Aberd.
Angju*. Andyou've gueeaed
Bf
parl of th.- Ian ... HMmj Born]
, ,,, mid suii-s.uk-
Vr" Batniswear of England
to Mr VMunalcj when Ms 1 ;,.',,. Ml Met a oL in lot.
tw^n on.- ur 1 M fir iha (Ta imlh
th.- I'tilled Nat. ,,, value. Site*
" VIWtiata
. urlatfl an,i IV
WOOth ' In S
M Mljrhl .it the m. l^wtMtrr l|,.| I
/. ehm.i A ni-n t pure .-<( rr.-i T -i'<*i.+ ...1 then-'ll I.
-I and Chumpagn
toUrrti Lba wort oi ;t .so ,-, head, rha do./ ihe>.
AjgemU* mual - | ..: Bamboo Bar is aim
,. the most attiaellV* ^-pols on the a,
f lh ,t- Cm -fm.r. ""O'. aUong reriertmn In the waterg .rf Tnnwr
I would Ilka to meet the Caribbean. During the Holi-,. ."
I nml her hu- ,, Seaaon, huln Hllll ,.,..
, .Morgan sugg"1*! '"', lik.-hhr-M 1
1 n' > * running the Bar well pan ihel
' l> ''"> '""" me huur <>f niidntght
prav and when .you Ix plan* w tnoaj .Imul-euma U
1.-.1 K>t

innfc 1 rauld
h- IT,
Cor .rrtklr-n

dga 1
ibinh "f a"it
1 Well W.T1I v
.lock It:
tho herd book,
|Ug| 3HH37 ten years ago and U
average price ..f g pnre-bleirii
Angus i,t aurthm is 9l dull.
MgflT, ...mpuml witli 2M in
\nd \f f.--t. tbtar
Doot-iata are remarkable bu. -
in 1 tin ed eoconu:
flbre fnirti St up. Ttii Is all al
I lUrdw.-re Su|
plto 1:1. k. 11 st. iwiih oaj
I Sa^ .i smart Pirn.

mhggag.
rpwldnl 1 1
nod lo ii'uih
I .n .Liable now Just
in. uuile smartly so you're
a-hoNa walked
' '.-< an-i
bgfaii1 you and My to lb*
"About (his here C the U
nd frilhtn
rt r.iritff>i.
Aad the hi..
I he Arrow
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(|uis d
Vm.iiti.ifi

deflnltet>
l> Singing
ab 1- the Mar.
XIV
A lot of Tractor for the money
no other u.'v t..
ilagg...... ;lv^ ,,r
to lead a national coalttii
and nol gf|
1.
a M G
strongest, ningh- ,
ent Parliament the uller of a c<-
gUtkKI will have a DOWgfful gppgal
r*TI

rill
thi
Yeomnn of IngUnd,
tin- Tin run- Tractor al the
SObVSTUFF Eleetric Sele* R Servlr, l.t.l
ANIGHT club where tests now. IShownxim There are counties*
gg chami>agm. has [feutu. I -tnnce two
Pgfllg II H l*|nn' epar..te mdls similar to the
proved track-type machines
... Natneha SandrofT. who naglcampiag the final redttrtlun gear
IHtfl KIN*. Uy bflan released from a two- As In the front ,ixle. the rear Is
with an
for other right-wing groups eim'1 ; >" Wearing spt" track Every .tetail 1.
- r
to create a liable right-v
ernment
Economic fa*
rearmament eflnrt hal
and arrappy w
have soared by 25 pri a
.hat *(i
I...- II.IINII III
rnpogad b
rafuU> plannel. even to the

ined-tn.
n
'
that time
The gongs are depr<
N ita< hg glngg thi 1
nursing dou n he I
1 Imanl
the tool-box.
interchangeable
Dtaaal
fui 1.
re on ttju'I
II l
Ft-
ire ..f at '
aii these beaut 1-
I kn for a trial (but
you'll bui li bafora
door) and
riord own. 1
for the 'en- gbaggL Thanks to
. nntln111; hut .. bike to
help me n agq
It\ .. V. : Marr) Xmas thgt
wishing you none
more sincerely than Y. de Usna'l
t U g lop of n,oad Btreet al I
lm.k U1 ami ba tempted li> lh,
mnrvellou- Mjgrton China. Ibi
S T. fterggaH And look at the
el 1 1 "u're sun-
going -o need one at lea-t in tli
nigh' '.....m lluvarl.
Cgjanog, Suedes from as low ai
B7j40. The tUtnt is hilmnun*

in priei M...... '
.1 grant.
I
1 82c -
Its Bural United. 26 Swan M that's hgrrl tfc la-at. An i
Uw the i*st poatlblg cifi rait* plain and
Look at those desirable Rug* olourfiil pattongj from |t.!4.
from Arabia, made of Velvet)that'.- even hardet lo beat En
Danger Of War Has
Become More Unlikely;:
phtttl and p-ortrayirij'
iha brightos] 1
and only $8 *' Then'**
Italian printed Spun* '.hat reallv
aril fast no am dM
1.1 v..nii tod
re! lent tofl f' thi MddBBI
tilled Rubber Animal for
and !> m h gi 1 onb fi
Fatninnlon' I 1
ijamas and all sorts of plain
l.odi<
f 1 om i

Belt-
ioweii
rnoM
from
SImn
.nd
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al-
ee beautiful Satin- I
kdo, and iot of
In .- .-lie* like
Bueklt ind *
and. b) th. gray
kablc Cotton Print!
iTer ygrd, TrsMPg
Me. per pai
art
th.- new Hit' Btoi
-ti,
SAYS CHURCHILL
LONDOH :< .,
Hrn.sh FMme !:,. "iu";
and Irifest aiitlmi . .! UMtuwdoor wvniul Uvtond-
mm |w Utely thto ChrUtmai fit-llw. ^rmii "u-i not bp
-1-..I.I -;i|- ,;.. "111..I.! waj ..|..inm~l ..j-ul. |ut as * [/ <; :,::r;,";h.":::;.lM,s";';i,un.ho;:
chill said: "Lookup atigtb.
feel that the dsngnr of n 1 IV 04 g mule .m
,t wu 11 Ihetli e of the Berlin air lift ci >h"j matiao western,
rtfa
us deterrents have incren ed ic 1 "( the Korean wai wag at its peakor
uanierhaTbc... ; JJ *XktC ^SlUTS
Churchill's -daUrroni ni to Wck tba West out at {
rs. itotnk wpertority, the riru; his tall rviih Truman, lb* wun
of air bases around Russia in* *l Men There olplonuta wotikl not gvM
jng units of at 1: ,ribe their attitude an optl-
Enfilnnd. and Uv and wllUngj at any H ls Mld
p of "rau-
ll Elsenhower. Ilsrusftng o spect- tioug pessimism."
slowly and faltevingly it -:nar. F.r.
GET IT INTO YOM HEAD!
Macleans
'j>2'SIOj& jM tooth paste
keeps VI1VID ^/yiJJ'J^
and healthy
AMD YOU CANT
GO WRONG!
ne or
Pond
ihe nsOU and waip,
nou'hh evtry hair
glaml ind erR-ihiiaga
osth li
vidai nourishment
o the scalp ami I 00U and torrent
iKh troubks si
DANDRUFF
PARTIAL BALDNESS
THIN & FALLING HAIR
ppllratlon of Ihla Hair
s nii.nii.n-r. In really
I-. ..ii.d.i gloaay h.-.i of hair.
LANALOL No. I With oil (Ysllow
libe'i for d', tralp
LANALOL Hu X Without oil (Graft
'Del) for hur ihii it nalvrally i/
ittrirtMnt and (ooh"(.
LANALOL CREAM (Blua Label). A
(Bakal.te
LANALOL SOAP SHAMPOO IRtd
, . A liquid soap da Iwxa.
Lanalol -
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After our lillle talk wilh Mi
by the vs. "K-iMiula" 1.....te (he <
THOMPSONS
Seedless Knisins nml
Choke Juiry Prunes
^^u^AOi^c
KOO
CANNED FRUITS.
APIK
Pranill nnllrr
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th pleaae I he men
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SUNDAY. DFCCMMH 23 l5l
BAKRTOj|Al)\t)^E
I O IK lira.. -I *.l4,it".
Siiml.... OnrmrH-r 23. I31
lit,I MM. OVI'S
suit t.i the hurricane in
jam.i - th< chaaglng attitude
oft!.. ...vein mem to the subject
; | ( :niii lean < 'lv*'
In Uh d n Mm down
tlM
poor houses "f the .kwrer middle elm. That
isul UthOrlUM BN BOW cunsid-
plaits in Kingston lor aiding the mid-
lUdLand bmM far the first
time, their homes.
And th .localise what
Jamaica doai will no doubt influence the
: ma Waal bicttea Indaad than
. i> good tkUnp tfdm Trinidad wl,*n
M builders
I I . Barbados too the
I the pi middle classes are met*
hkt I bahaai ; particularly an more and
radu-
i class and arc becoming
i ma tact thai Increased aragai
. i:.lly anywhai the middle
to build houtae What is wanted in
Bail..ni.iv is active encouragement by the
Government "i everyone who a/ante i>*
build home The relatively email number
Of rich people who can afford to build
homes now. obviously need no help nor
encouragement to do so But there are not
many others who can afford to build with-
out assistance from a rich relative
The very ItrSt action 10 be taken by the
government to encourage house building is
to provide income tax concessions for
those who are buying houses through ap-
proved building societies. The next steps
are to encourage builtlm. lOCfttUaa by
remission o( CUBtomi dtltfte *. n< rrssary
imported building materials and to give in-
is m buildim- societies the assurum <
they require before they will tie up capi-
tal in building socr
The provision of houses in Barbados has
until now been mainly understood to be
the provision of houses for the slum
dweller*. The conditions under which peo-
ple still live in so many huts and hovels
are so bad that it is not surprising that at-
tention has been focussed on providing re-
lief I. .1 BKtrama eases rather than on en-
couraging everyone to build. Hut a greater
evil has resulted Iron, this cuinviUration.
The cost of house buildim; hal i leafl out of
all proportions to what people can u/Tonl
to pay. Housebuilding has become some-
thing for the very rich or the very poor
The professional and clerical classes have
little hopes of ever owning their own
homes. This is obviously an evil to be set
right. And it can only be set right by re-
ductions in the cost of housebuilding and
by incentives to build.
The government can give incentives by
actively encouraging building through in-
come tax remissions and through special
privileges to buna tide and Dropeflj I'"
ducted building societies. These actions of
encouragement will directly lower the
costs i.f Imiluuu'. homes, hut the\ will have
immediate subsidiary effects on costs of
individual items of building materials.
It is instructive to compare the cost of
running foot of windows or door frames
made of pitch pine in Barbados in August
1950 with the cost of making the same size
portion of window or door frame from the
same material in Trinidad in October 1951.
The cost in Trinidad was forty cents com-
pared with 84 cents in Barbados. The com-
parative figure for the same size of window
sill was 90 cents in Barbados and forty-live
cents m Trinidad. Wooden windows which
cost $3.88 per square foot in Barbados in
An f i oaf |L00 pei square foot
in Trinidad In Octobei 1951 Barbadian
doors cost $3.66 per squat e I.'"' as i ornpareo
With $2.50 in Trinidad. What is the reason
for the higher costs of the Barbadian ar-
ticle.' The answer is that m Barbados these
made sli>wl> by hand, whereas
in Timidad they are mass produced in
contractor^ shops it Is evident that as soon
as encouragement is given to house build-
an that the demands for certain standard
portions of houses will necessitate the
growth of mass production centres and
that housing costs will decrease at least by
the saving made between mass produced
and hand produced work. Nor arc the above
the only figures which reveal where costs
aie higher in Bai badoe than in Trinidad.
Plumbing is a very expensive item m
Barbados' buildings, It represents an ex-
penditure Of approximately 200 in a
house that wilt cost C3.000 to build, in
Barbados lavatories and basins cost far
more than in Trinidad. A lavatory basin
which costs $48.00 here can he pun
Trinidad tor $35.00. Cement too is mote
expensive here than in Trinidad. It has
risen from $1.92 per 94 lb bag in August
1950 to its present price of $2 73. In Trini-
dad it coat $2.40 last October. Hard core for
concrete Itoors is much less expensive in
Trinidad at $4.20 per cubic yard in October
compared with $* 04 par cubic yard
in August I960 in Barbados.
f the difficulties which be-->
Ik- clearly seen. They
am briefly, due to lack
nl ve to build, i \i i
certain portions of hOUSO! and continuous
using oosts of building materials following
the rise of freight rates. '. hese are the
major difficulties. There are many others.
- "f them can be solved by a sweep of
a pen or by a sudden determination on the
t the government to boost house-
building The -.hoi-tages of conducting pipes
and the perilous condition of the overload-
td Barbados Baetriettj Buemtj Company
i> relieve.! overnight But some
be taken to
ken if R i badoe is to
continue bulkti"! even on the modeet scale
that goes on to-day.

"Would* >ou 71L > -At>Y, how
YJU i-OI THAT sH'Nl"'"
crm -. Pfatea **% lat*nc wr
OUNMt.UN^ 0 A Bit UK UNDtKiM-JD"^'
yean
KF.4.IOV\l IV>I
TliK decision of the Regional Economic
Committee to postpone the appointments
to ihe Important posts of Eataeutive and
. el tha <* mmittee and
of Trade Commissioner and Assistant
<' mwnssioner to the United King-
dom cannot have passed without comment
in informed West Indian circles. Much
light ha- been thrown on the difficulties
that must have surrounded the delegates
during their deliberations by the publica-
tion of certain information which ought
certainly neve' to have been disclosed to
the public, in a Trinidad Newspaper. The
business of selecting candidates ft r these
important posts cannot properly be con-
ducted by lobbying nor by newspaper cam-
paigns
The disappointment which has been Felt
in the Weal Indies over the failure of the
I '..rninitteo to make up its mind is due
to the fact that the Regional Eco-
I omk Committee is the first West Indian
f its kind qualified to speak with
unanimity on all matters affecting West
Indian trade Its ex.st.nce proves beyond iMg Urt H- .M'"^!
all possible doubt that the West Indies and .t.fjort wh,ct. ihey may mak
British Guiana have reached a stage of co- enable tbasa to meet th.
operation never yet reached by any pre-
vious governmental body. That is a very
welcome sign for those who believe that
the West Indies can only achieve effective
:.ing power in international trade by
maalting with one voice. The regional ap-
proach which is so often held up as desir-
able in other fields of West Indian en-
leavour is indispensable in matters affect-
ing trade. Other countries are plainly not
prepared to deal directly with a lot of small
West Indian units. That is why the foima-
on o| the RegtonaJ Economic Committee
aarUef this year was hailed with enthusi-
Dim and hope by all those who believed
thai it was an instrument capable ol deal-
ing effectively with the frustrations and
inconsistencies which hamper West Indian
economic interests. The West Indies will
not exist internationally until they have
agreed to form a Customs Union and there-
by become a single trading area. But even
without full Customs Union the Regional
Economic Committee can speak unani-
mously and effectively for the West Indies.
[1 can do this because of the special privil-
eged position it enjoys with relation to
West Indian Governments. Since it is com-
posed at present of major West Indian
politicians and their advisers no West In-
dian government would dare to oppose its
decisions.
The failure of this all-West Indian body
io make up its mind un the lour important
appointments which have to be made be-
tore the Committee can begin to function
fully must come, initially at any rate, as a
hock to those who realised its regional
nature Bui is this failure a real failure?
Of is it a sign of West Indian solidarity in
the face of individual attempts to apply
pressure where statesmanship and cool
thinking was required?
The answer to these questions cannot be
made until April when the Committee
meets again to make their decisions. Mean-
while the people of the West Indies will be
pal tent knowing full well that the first
practical step towards closer association
was taken when the Regional Economic
Committee was formed That step will have
been taken in vain and will certainly be
bogged down unless the candidates selected
to fill the four key posts are chosen be-
i msr of their fitness and qualifications to
ensure the Committee's permanent success
and for no other reasons. Postponement
CSJ1 be interpreted in this event as a tri-
umph of West Indian commonsense even
though there remains a feeling of dis-
appointment that the major politicians of
the British Caribbean could not come to
an earlier decision about appointments
which have to be made sooner or later.
Our lt>*deiM ST
In /'liK/if ni AeJdrWM
To The Editor, n. dissert.
#SIR.After reading the Governor's
Speech delivered at the opening of the
Legislature I can truly say that it was in-
deed a really eloquent one I consider our
Governor -is one of the most Christian
man In our midst and may he ever
tmue along such paths.
I do hope and pray that the Almighty
will send a few more laymen along with
tovemor to direct end guide the
people of this island of Barbados.
Ynurs faithfully.
M. V. TAYLOR.
Statham".
Worthmgs,
Christ Church. 22.12.51.
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AIIKM.lll. VIATIOXMIV.
*Mia*aiiiiwMvr
Suai\Vas Always King
... amonnst Excellency Sir William Cole-
write* the bruoke. Companion of ihe
fo witn tne same franwUKj fttobe'i ilvaleni >f Carlb Call- >* '' Oedsi ii
jrou wmi ii LOOS] u v... as two daugh- lbs etc. that when
sucar. Ltr F. Austen " foUowtaa *iiuauu shall
rt uubltt BMSUna w.^ H-W lsraa number of 1"iV** become vacant of UM
Ute .New TOWn Moil on j,u, 'Img them then
ai, itu. waan eve i rht Stiins Band <>f ms mth iuecessoBi shall be paid reduceu
were paased. played bstwasn the act.
How nmlnlSGSSn o( today's There were briif
UoKu-ge Ihls rxtrat-t loar, UM '''">'''* l<-aving d
ii-. uiutioo^thJt HSuaai has become
one of Ue neceasiliea . M follows:Chief J
barques and 1,250; Attorney Qsosral 400.
Itelfds:, Dub- srtrelary M<1 (with an allowance
Cork. Liverpool and Bristol, of 300 for hire of an oat
('nl Raid theOoveiitot was inn* clerks and tor iiu* purchase oi
the high duty demanded n its au- P*rt "> storms and 'us book 'The book*, stationery and other m-
nlSSftBB into the Unt.ed K-igdom ThSOrj 0 Btones" WS1 being re- .-.denial expenses); each poll"
when compared to many <>i ihe ewed M tSTSWSJ a Newfound- magistrate for. Bridgetown 250
dune* imposed OD BSHBerOOS ''""'. Town Clerk 150; collector of
article* of luxury is as d rime til..' A" 'n,s "eems vcrv modern and market tolls 85: and others.
to the greai bulk of our fellow very up l date and is what we It wv during this period oi
subjects r the Mother "country * would expect to fln<' four years be- general retrenchment tha: UM
to ourselves: and ihat In the nrm '"* "a' Monument to Progress "Kaletot" was worn. It was. 11
advertisements never lie "the most
imUesnanly neat and ronfortablc
. |maul SVSS invented." It cos
S5 and was a most fashionable coat
made of fine Lama cloth. If yot
were musical and had not got a
mi iii your pay-packet you might
have brought me Challen and
Stollis piano which was being ad-
vertised for $250.
By GEORGF HUNTE
Ano if you ware one of Ihe lucky
who could afford
i t hat
ink iiiMs It is the duty >f <*ir
^iii'ulturallsts to apply UkSBS-
StVSS iiidrf.itigal.ly ti. the .us-
COVery and use of every auxiliary
which science and skill may 1m-
.. with a vi,w lo Ihe production * 1851 Exlubllioi, at *, ftTSUI
S out Mapla conmodllia nt *"**" l">wc the- shock Ito
I and of an unproved on cumin, face I., (M with an
mnlitv sbslract ol rcvenm- .ind cxpcnrii-
tSSi* IB) Quit.- 1.1... k M the luicftir Ihe (ju.tf, endedSJul.. the ahlpmcnt or a Jew thouisnc
ui_V liH... m, .7 uie.i indls >** Total icv.nu. i- [13,JM . "rlcka which ariived rron. Liver-
Wl indie. In 184, we.l India ^^ on January M|h u,d ,..
i'lhi! enn nlT.7 the "Jor ">.. ol revenue, were lalnly have attracted ,our notice
,r ,1 niftolen Wtorn. 4.140 17,. 6d.. Colonial But the chancre are thai X
5. MThut?dr^eraht N Toiuiap- tl.S7S 1- T.I Imi I,n, the pinch like ever,-
., "make .usar ptan.at.on, '.1 J ?"" "" "*- *"*" b *** 'hC G""" '"
j;iv with sugar a thai price. One *'*;* 3l *
lion in British Guiana which Jh<; P" l*partment
I....., hoimhl for SIRIMWI n 3. 19*. Sjd. the balance fl..
': i?SLFm$SFi .s,5 5. ...,...,- . '-;;-M/^i
inc. oastl expenuctl. *U sol | ft**? tH,^ RuJtSZT"***
S(i80rt tilt Hid '.187 10*. was
Tom- wet.- very hard but lif. "P^m -n eduentlomil granta and
went OO, as H doe- today. An. f -* 4s- ul ,,n esnl hI schools
some people must have been *\* Th- Fire Cm,.;, ,y Depnrlmen-
to read in (he Glok* of January received the coni| iratlVOly tars'
28 that fresh oysters at 25c. per rm or 230 IBs. I I'd.
dozen, geese a'. 20c. per lb. and A great deal of 1 hl is shed on
turkeys at 20c per lb. had *:i>t ' snlarii- rrr. v .1 l., Oovn
Vrlvad on the ice vessel f,..in i-ent Ofttclals.
Boston. Things w. re b*co ning so serious
The yOUDJ men liable for by 1830 thai on Tuesday, J-uu- >
illUry lervtes ISSOei (he MUrUS Retrenchment l.ill waa read in
Ait wars being warned to report the House M the Orel tune. The
rolmen: in the 1st or Royal preamble to Uns bill began by say-
Rafbiwnt of Foot Guards, the ing "whereas for th reduced price
Corps of Ufe (;uard.-. the 3rd ot of the staple produ. of the Miami
SI. Philip Regiment, the 5th or S' occasioned by the admission of
market it Ii absohilcly impossibl
to conthitM Ihe i m endlkura of ih
l:tiid upon the i isting scale
hui or st Petse*s, untu
!!,< iirholi t ii'M-n panihse hart
.' COlL
Tiie Garrison was the i -
r al thai time and on leromes Ih.ieforc necessary thai
Tuesday evniinw in Jsnu.iry "Th ich a v-tcm ni relrcnchnie*''
n nmaicuri perf0 M M SatSnd into as will
' |hs Mtnv Monarch'1 enaole the inhab lants of tlu>
and the laughable farce of "Say- <**sd lo mint their dlfnculties.
ing" and Doings" to a most Be It therefore enacted by Hi*
ith the frightful n.itin
it ivould DO tonjSl warn !.ub-
scriben t<> par thru- debti M
And busiiieh> v,,t;
would it ve
ndurert BMn and Moas if "
awan Btratt to i> ihe Glow in
.l.tnuarv 1847 for a sei :>
I the toUowtng Dotloe*
Please to Pay
The subscribers (Blkin and
Muses) have to claim urgent and
substantial attention to the
present appeal for payment. .
Should this advertisement not
Bktel Witt immediate attention
persons arc thus notified that
and summary pro-
ceeding;, will be peremptorily
ted....
Should any uf their (Honda U
persuaded that they can rely on
the subscribers' continued in-
.nformcd
that POSITIVE. PAINFUL AND
I'I'BIJl' measure must be re-
sorted to tii tores them without
delay to PAY! PAY'! PAY'!!
Not even credit was good on1
lundred years ago.
DMb* /r. anil Mra. IgBSOrw lhal Utriw \nin- Eduiinl* $mf$ ;
m: i:\t.irsn home
M> Sdvlca la Un Iwi !, i lossr* he purrs on the dance make
who live together in The bnghsu floor. "Ladu." h<- says. "1/ / come it's a
Rome is nut lu take the advice ot any closer f shall *>' dancing fhe
as mad as a hornet
who siis there keep-
people
Koe
always giving other side of pou."
to lx- Happily And how ftw ..( the intelligent
M IM1,.,I women who m,ik<' iuch delightful
la fact, if UHH take Ihe SJSSBSttO *;,vclld4,K1' !h.al u".erin up of
UM from those pr.y -How To t*tllJ$?b*l$* J"t U*Sfi^ r^n
the? ill he much nearer success. ,.,uttlllK ,, lt. Sl fUm) f((, ,.
budont read bouks thai-.% u.e. ,,,. ,. the tSTol-
w to Ute de- iv enate' -'I muM ,v i Utouerd II
lopmeni ol psrsonallty In ths WH 1(,(,. . ),, ntlU
sne." K< Ihe hand ,f, niuiar arowlnH on ms.'
U IprofnlSOMh I OCtel SO> f.(lOK AT Un Flank Miller,
luatincnl lo Iho various aspects i*' the srtfe of the eh* rug) who
p_lay of .lai.-n: Hyln| (und
They
make it all sound BO complicated.
good hushand never hand*
a i. i eheOJOSfBO buy herso.
nmetliing she wanU. It's t
worthless present and should bt
refused.
ihini BoniEa, husbands, she
like* it that way.
Oh. Dear
WHAT maddens me is all the
omen's duties
Ihe
Djerance tu ihe 1
tts hb duty
*i. ra
Gntolthfutosjss in husbands, sa;
write Iheac luM.ks
. ,.,,,,,. u..,. ,,,. I- tall the head- ",'s'""*Mng it in one paragraph, i
.; i k. ,w , Vl lho,,t " ene l("-""o more thin an episode ..
ms I know, but they ,.(( j(1 |fe h, pers^^^.,.,
1 I"..... ;\:^]U'^ AND LOOK A Udy Shaw- But a wife's unfaithfulness-
AND LOOK
ross. wtM
msband i
pesch for him .*
No woodst he t
he said, "what .i
m tks row homo life" tfiea
.>! tit cultural eadtemenl "
The arl of provocation,*' thci
It'll' til \lllll
, hanas
Be capricious, unpredictable
' thSJ warn. -,. that
>our husband has difficulty m
toUowtna
"An intelUasnl wofoan,*" they
u 'familiarise, herself
ii .rs work .


Oh, Kuination
IT is my view that It n woman
of this out in the tver-
Jje English Home all she gels Is
tated ruslle of the news- ,,f
paper and a glazed look. ,h out ii
Could there he anything more
Lady Shaw- **ut a wife's unfaithfulness
richly Into her ihert dlftoieat Tiieres a whoh
ind read his chapter BbOUl ihat
ill; What maddens me more are tlK
* to his bed. three chapters they devote I,, *T)i,
'-irlng speech. Other Woman *'
Oh. II fill* Will i| Three chapters to teach thi
THE people WtM write "helpful" 8*222 S*. SSgf* 5" '""
liooks seem to h. ve ... unca.mv KnlSw'to ,S"1tqUC thal ,"mr>
' teeThmquenm ?$& .,*T RSS
' she was a(IrT a bUi , .
c -shes Thf Comf. )mo ,n p ,
ited, and .^hnique. cDBri.uy. u-hy d<
SUEZ P.ivrM*-- n* "m' brin" '"'' " dinntr-""
DOST nOTMtR say I. -The The Raising Hell technique ("I
Average r.nglish Husband likes ;. rhro0h ,,-uh yos.">
The Satire ("f do hope uou both
need^ to recover her sense dad a pood tt*M ")
he kitchen and Bui thai i? not the way the "ad-
rve her doit. They
would have her on the books of

likely !. ruin Hi. evening than | |MN"T Blirill K. 1. He Matn.-gc Consultant,
wife wtM tries to whip up en r.u- M|,M Unaed soup. \nA ,i.
asm in a tired husband for things ,\ Kn.,i wife a- the courage .'J*"*'-\,- ".; .
huh besteslQ Mee him' cflt. ,. d.s, .m .,,?,",, rn",''1!11 "J ,i ^
m leev. H IWst N rv. anj scrap I paper I -='"" "ome "r ,he ad-
- sops it.- urlslieeUwd ;n--
IMINT BOTHER.
rind Ihlnas w ieie he lea'
nehere ioohU
H an r,-aards the hsstcSkM
of Ihe adaaui and the .Anale i"
. picture the astonish-
ment of the Averag* English Hus-
band if his wife were to try those
cov and cornv irieks known as wo-
man wiles even if he no-
ticed them
Th
Dot '
^ net vi
DOM i
cah
When the husband
' llectuall;
. L w!!; t*niuUUn| wife where the wlf
Is always able to banish his bad
nio.-ls with welcoming smik.
eneT\ating ,. ea or B drink
... ",';,. herc the rooms are fresh with
BO I III R. say I. He |
. ...
an s strong ,., u.lln n dMh ot lh(
Impelo ale ..I the bluarre
prompt the k.< ... -' '-man-would.
ion a aedi. 1M>N T BOTIIr R .- I It . -t. ^, .thought-nMhal
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SUNDAY \DVOC\Ti
P\G1. NINE
Seawell Report
CPL WILFRED BEST a. SanU Clan played
at Ha-unic> Rock* on Fti SEAWELL
on ri
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Ma'itwl DaMihra^'NoatMan cumin. Philta
Bidtr. Vltla...... Vim. Gab .
DOinalL.. Ouatan Ii 0
Damalax. Mais.ri Maile. Mubrl Oa*
boiinif. JfTir> Calt-.ir David Panahavr,
FMfM Iho.rwa. Elirabaih Adami
Ja-k Maraon
Harbour Log
In Carlisle Bay
fcch p.anKlyn D K <* D'Ortac
ftch I-t.nl .i II M V
; Uwl H
V AnUrr>
Brh Ii Hi.. Adu .. 4 *.->i M
PlorMW KMwuirl. Iftl
Koullna M aVI> SU.i.a-i.
M..II. N 1 Mine*. Brh
aToMa*
A Kit IV Ala
5 <* l*dv HH.n. !* lutit n
H.L-ll. (.'

I | I .. | t . ' I I
Christmas Music
At The Rocks
giesa with the car park and road-
HtuldtriK
lu the Parkin*:
t. -MMaiMd
ItM "latllWII
V.
I t by Uw Sm
port CoKtOO Tin fu
nas born compl.
iDf lo hoUa u^c i
and Dm Ti
ireariai Batti
; now tn pro
i, of n iir
l itru in inert the ren
* s, ..-
i Port HmM

"
The ground signals rao
-i LO hM Um I i a- ArtM"
Iiave boon completed an | *
>dy tor UM.
Ma-Ul stud lo delineate, and
'
f
Tr liM'otMal,. dui
ill. (ii1! KATOM
Krui-h VVi-m I.mil,n .\itwa\<.
\ii Richard WlUli c
M-n-jIiT4.U.W.I.A. was aa
through Bwll cn
i-'Ute for Piarco. having rt'lurnr>i
from the United KuiKdum and Uip
i. .itiiigin.. wtMiT he attended .
World Sales Conference la PWil
TruriH Canada Airline*
Mr. M. A. Johnson. TC.A. Sta-
ii I'uiiHulU'i 1:1 Itt'iinuda ar-
med in tin- Colon] on November
10 for a *l*y of one viafe
Bca,n|] i,...:,(
il | -nd 111-.
'he month u
I OSS paiaenger
till lb .jnt. an
, Ui Mail.
Pyorrhea and
Trench Mouth 1
Stopped in 24 Hours
DRINK & ENJOY
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A: .
frail
a-T-rafi
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table ahow
ift movements by type of
rafl. ind passenger traffle by
witam -r
PJLL Cnnimiller
Wttnj of the Facilitations
Committee scheduled for Slit
KM oostp-ned until 19th
Datambar, \K\.
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ih laalh Tha fviluwiiia i.if
W Ft .hnaoilur'aalt'llx
>i t ..nui.i n.'ii. ii
THE MUSIC of the Police Band created a Xrr
vo] Spirit iinong the palroi
; Pert!
. turaad to beiinud,
Ctlvely November by T.C A
led llkimlnated Xdui Tree adorned the tei of the -.J ,c
Baodal i lined W|lh thP strams ((,
\iding the beautiful x re a
to a*iM in the ra OrgMJiatlon <>( I WM "i UM workmen uf tin- Uo-
the Station Services in H. m..do'- rlmOBl <>f Hlshway- A I
l?th port arhlUl cycling along on the
Auport naai tna
ul which were aung thi
ce Joined in
CUoBee In TrinioiMl
W ill Ignore
Hunsom Driuaiiils
IV 1
L. Uarlier. Assistant
4 Paaat aati and Bta-
s. Montreal, arrived b]
l"lh November, to "-
uccupie.1 i,v ili
s Offlcert Mess Room, was at-
. .i snake Klidinn along in
lie prompt!* <'
ii.i r.tkinK ,i tairU MBV3 !'"
i' i in pinning a batwaan
oma rock* Ha then rushed back
unh the loud-sp> ha ">" Mi Johnion who waa unahli
' pfOUBI hi* stay here. Hi
.... f in,- ..f Um Con- "''" * oa eek in thi i
ntpactad t.. ratun
Band frorn tha '> .'',' ""npiete the re-orgam-..- ,4, pan Manaaai whoghot it. 1. mean-
Mr R.ms McKeti/ie. T< \-. uied 5 A ilnt
plao Tt-sident Ucenced atochanh Bai rirovunrerencr ' ita niest part
Had by the bados. was away on two vaek
- loava Mr. H. Irwin wh.i bohk
B Rataon, a*nHar poM la Naaaau.. B
1 ... prp, ind who mi In Barb..........1 boll
loj was praaaad mto aarvka Mi
'' irwin h.i- 1.....11 reaaaianed lo Nai- .
aau for a "further period <.r 1.
i r ol
* '' Mb Hal Basbn T.A St.dlon
Uanaoar, Barhadn*. hai
fORT-OF-SPAIN I
luuoo vowini
ransom danianda from

ben of the local Chli 1
munity at the K
Charlotte Street. Port-of-Sp
lalt Thursday. Cha-*- Bblpl
: Father Xmas"
would prubablv uressed in tra-
fif loved on.-. he-Id h\ the
ConaBiunJitt, but local Chim
said tbay wen- praparad t mi ki ' 1 which h
thesacrin.e. i.ithi'i :ti p .. io aach of th
to the rupixirt ..f tin !<
Ransom demands :,,., ^'""<>. K.-ltoA.C Pilot has as-
made by ihe Conununlati on the 1 -' m ihe Bi I in Council aumao duOOi with tha compaaj)
millions of Chin OcHHll und >* "lationed in St. VlncOOt
over the world with f. K.I-.M.
of raising funds to carry on the "1 upraaaad their sur- K.L.M. o[>eralcd only one 1>C-S
.SlltHHIl HO Hi-
ll was latOI identitit.l bj 1 |p
11 1'ei.ira Dj H.W I A ,1- | na-ni-
t "i be Boa *. onati k Um .. tarn*
wall known la TrtnM
i' .1 U10 1....Hurl (pronouncod
Uiouflit Hi
i'tile may have I.. ,1,
nUy transporte,! hum Trinidad
recently purrh^l i,v hun UOO Of Un
B.G. Airways Qrinalad Director of the
ignedf,...,, '' (>'b1-..h Mete..,|gir..i
' .... Service*, arrived ii..... 1 oloni on
mbar, i5i foi nagl
ring hi
tt 1 1 ropoaad M- k
1 in |U i v
Hill.
On CJLPaaaa
ll. ad i" the United States
where he intends to .settle ( latBafl
. capl hated Government.*1
r ,.( tha ChartOI Flight into Barbadoi
th-
M n
Prap B,HI.> 1.alar.
v il, F Br-ll B-a| '
- 1 nil.. R
II.
ran Trl-MaJ l> P
I,..,.. II s W*U fend
VCalrolt
I
I.n|iimi DfM's
Good Gullop
havi ittalnad

...
-
C B. Rl

with tha AJrpoti Managei
I tad a ii" rtatlonad
Trnuitd w;s aoeontpanlad bi
1 fe.
Mi
1
psa
(ram si
1 i( II La*v I
ra* AaUaaa W milb
Manl*'4t
.....'
l-OHT-OF-SPAIN. r>
Mr. Tass' Liiptnua
staked his claim lo t..(, 1
In tha G
'* Riband* even Ot Ihe T T I
ma- Meeting when ha 1
a very impressive gallop on the
track on Bund
last.
A larpe crowd of lurflti
and trainers occupied the
,are\ O. t. :,na ,hp Kround* !
p.irk S.vannah to sec I
* do let-down l
ng th mo.ith. bringing
> Burbndlans who are tmhli "i
v.th C P.I M.
Resort Airlines
Resort Airlines OpOratad ' < h.n
-r nights during the nwnth con) Wovembei
iiarad with 16 in October, brnM> Alraa iVi
Mr. I. T. Lawman of the Branch
Of N.I'. 6 Directorate or Naviga
1 Pleat (Control of Naviga-
tion 1 Of the Ministry of Civil AvI-
tion arrived in tin- Colon:
ins 1 frorn Buenoa
B.O A Trinidad)
|-kI>
ltriii"s
Nelson"
I nut
the R H S
Of ti.
Lad] Nfison -vhi.h
uana
r wm*
In Touch With Barbados
Coaatal Station
Irregularities In
IMfld Oovt. Dhpts.
I..|i ViT. .' 111.
MlfjwHM
Coa.1 Siatlon
5 AlCoB Pr..-'i
r.nadlan C
Ot.iaiMa Coiinint, S S I'll
Ver V111/. Mi
B-nnrr
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MATES or i:\cii \\i;r
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PORT-Or-SPAJN Do 19 The Lady Nelson is .
l)e.,rlnu-nt.s m TrinMnd for the I'.ir.i-.l. N.uthen:
. ...
Sir.orw, reads repoii nroni
r w Hodaat, Director of Audit Hi f. <".. i.m
1 The repo't reveals that tti
irregul.. nd I.<**-, dla*
rjaacrlbad ai
plctol amounted to
JlfiOiMi. while those in l
rhlch have not yet been complet-
ed, mid in which
11 out mount t"
a H POlioi
Labour, Railways arc among ihe
nearlv s 000 The Pood Control.
i) part menu 111
ng 70 1.......in-i home 11. Mt the ".here he attended the I:
U.S. A r N nfaranca "' tha
Si mi BouUl Atlan-
I-.A.V. lie lt<
Tht' Airline whose Mhadulo U I'e paid a visit t s. .
Fridays and Sundays operate.! onl> por where he apanl Quttt
'me (1) flight into Barbados durinj; tim* d 1 Ul ln| mattan relatinn
nth i"A r Kavli itton Sat
Seawell Aerodrome Control Airport Manajar, at wall 1
The number of Aircraft move- fr*i hand InlorniaUon Ofl tha An-
rn-nts handled liv OOBWall ACT* I"1' l1 >oo*e.i developtiifiit
drome for the month was IB"
.nip-red with 219 durin,' I Personnel
Ihe La*f> Nelson alao brouaht 1 ti compnacd of W landintj. nnn Mi II Richards was given a
nul M Takes off. the nunibe, 1 BI re hours for the month being qionlhH . clerk, B* '
441, making m averaaa of m 7 -f.
I oun dallv. 1951
(1 ports.
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All .lw public .idea'! lo rarin from rocket.
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TBElABTHSTixinsril -roBT VFOSTH
MM i' 1K.I .he Chl.firM-
Mond.'. Drcmbrr 24m. and Ihr rl..7n .. I. o .. f TOFT
WOLFITQUIT
/ CALL IT ABSURD
A
Send
itafl .'. Won Til tarriiu< Ptai
I and David Hn-ii. I Ted
. v i keg W---l.ni *Hh :> lM
* to th. eft>.-. Owl th.
'"".......iitift than i** '*""'"
. as* famed gun-a*ht. r. und no*
,. (,i|, one's newspaper rdilot. ret inw lo hi-
credul"* ''"> far by hometown. f*nrt Warn, and ne-
i race rides U light ImrrW lawk
aplt who inhabll another plnm-i .hiugb hw paper. Me"1
kWltaMMM. old frWml. D-vldBrl.ii "'
gaaeyal artcocg tod outlook on nig i wealthy man In tha Ure
! f..i rn t,\ nt tht-iu Bgret
n rthei ' tha centra fat nail .*">*
Ml .1.. .. i- .nl,- This dtclclon M ltd
heles.* Ud ......'- I .'.:
MIU n .,., iierJei-. headed b> .1 tn
Wf, hlVI R MU "< '. .. t h. in um di-
ui.... Then u prtMd of 'heir UwUhood. Trier*
knewlcdgs In Ihh MM \$ a great deal of gun-p
for conau .'.. TiRhtiiiH on Qm part
purpo">< ,.: i>r one before .ill 11m farces opposing
obh cratcii Th.i! f
m Moth Mr. Sfit and Mi Mm
rrifci ,i. plaa thru ro*e with nunpelcnce
W nl-. Wllh and confidence, bul the characteri
, i , i. i., .1 ... though
urc ""
i ..f Hie frm-f ihpr wire
. und who i *on rolled onh rnfttnl tn hf. niylllii Thal-r is
y in. raca a*o nttradivo m Um rouag '<> artOi
Nnturnllv. feni and fUBplclon i rr whom both mfn ar<'
ind .< auni' Oner aaam. Iha "Id train ibai
itu lo br nn rncmy of man- w* uaed lo n*r in manv WcslnTi'
-ind. h< ivi an impotlun' par)
it,, paw Bbtj Rowavai of ihr mM< cxrlilnr i^iupnc#i i
i ;..,>., mm flirtit in U ban*.M .
h'm'ind*r lock and koy in thr hot iiiat tanajnatWl man ih rar al
i nandering around h i on fire ny thf ctttla harJara,
wathlnffton h<- cvrn uallv con- --------------
*uad>- lo Irl him civ* hi
' olhrr acwntlatli roprfwnlfi.B all
tho nation ,.f |ha "I'M A m>v1-
is nl | ii- "iirtrr-
. but K
r"'l KMa nnri
a^kMha dUn" flortnow**>*In
and thPMiil
-nrnlng *) lb-
. "plr of thi' -
,,. nn i ,.i .
with convincing, i
digaui} -i InunuMni
lioi ana ......
athj is wiUt mm
wnrn. ., ..I'lund ol
biarliiK radio Imwdcii'i., nw>
t . nd the police i.
Rib him. bo dnies the a--
pidous proplo of earth who wiUt
i uasiroy nun befor* hearing hir
f'iaag. Wllh Mr. Itt-nnia are
il. i yjung war widow
u attic friendly with
i L..t ,'_'"._.". and
' i :.ctor. Sam JafT<*
U\r kclvnUat who batrHCKia
-m> HMi give < xceUcnt -uppot*
. Mr. Rennle.
ION ALU WOLFIT
t"gh. dftrnulnrd Mbnw aim
therefore it i* unlikclv that an^
<>( jb ean ch.mm hn mind about
raang Iha Old W when Ihn
. uireid offanng. TitK rtaAN-
UpKTIM. -i\mi\..i
tu an end
! know nothing of the rea-
sons babind lAli deelalon, Ihii
we murt all aaree tnat ih. in,!
Vie i baina .s+iioucl.. dan.are.
lb) .'ontiovetie> that hv.
......vblrt)
nn ih< Si.nth Bank
Vanilv an*l humility
WoUH
habrilng vanity
humility. He fnvi
0*B>
ii i. n
lt>. Me love* Ihr centre
of iha -!-,. and la theme ledl-
' n other aetora
.re kpaMkiiijr he often "teali the
limeheht l.v laa.Bn.Bg] la them
n anhnra II
ti..z.-t ireil In lillri
On Iha athat hand ha ranged,
himaolf as the hiimbh-
nf the Hard privlleae-il beyond
man I dieami h) *penk the
>rd that Bhake>i*Uii- wrol.
K.ven his vanity i unlike that
f other men t'n.vided there
a an audience he noa* not care
whether thoj an mlaara, pnlll-
wiffkers stockbrnker*, vhool-
itlfl -I.,''.- in the Weal
Rod. In fact. Ihe Weft End hu-.
;een very little of him In the
last ten year* nnle we include
Tarra Tittcnh-ma in that
ikon and lhu take In htn
ajaaai M itu- Scala
I warned him
CROSS >* ^Hly
T rr-
Jtt
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i H^,rvt-a i!dd% *<
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I. Let cii rrtfn if .
;* |4M ( '.ii* *ir--.
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. .
IS. com ol a Mii; rtaaal ui
it i I-".
i a II;>> to *pxi
1* *>. BO I
B it .
.' i
A note of realism ii introduced
by four i>r Am,iicj\ lusi-luKiwn
laadio rominentxtors. IJTmai I) Hi
il. V. Kaltanfeorn, Dn r
Bad] *..itnicl Healler. all of wlioa >
Uwodcaat over radio and tclevlsior
\ of thp pacc-ship aiid
. -nt events.
A musical background of crawh
n-incaa Is used with boo.
effect und at a point of Inter**'.,
tiii- s proach of the ship -.hron*1- .. I
n duplication or acun
i from noises utouu ttcall)
I. Mai* faanuu. ui* i>-
1 tn.p'*a>lun ot a.*m 9"
i Bafprtid " '
4. van -atr- ar->*tii "*
5 wini tin- .nairan.
a. B.nnrl in -i
1. K-uibum... ifti
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II. Orei
na e-.n it
i na
-
:
i* roritae. aa. I
'."( -i- -
9
Maw i. until ha >"
Old Vu hat hi' had a support-
lag i..mpany worthy & ha
abilities In Toronto Hire* or
four yeara ago 1 warned hint
that new York would walk out
mi him if he invaded Broadway
with thf Dlavert he had taken
..n his Canadian tout. Ha told
ino 1 was wrong bul 1
wasn't Tha critics could not
have bean more rough if It had
been a British mualcal
This weak at the OM V.c Mi
Wolflt acorea a great personal
oiccen*. a twees* which la en-
hanced by the general pron-
cUday ol tin- supporting cast
Aa the amoroua old Lord
Oglaby In CJarrick's comedy he
has leas to do and Bay than aome
of tha othora. but despite that
iiniwual enperlf-ice he first
icscues the play and then dom-
inates It.
1 agree that it must be irk-
some for him (o alt for long
periods In his die- ,, -i -.
when there is an luoll
in front but hi^ tnumupii is
I'nhanced by his absence. iu'
as tha -un aaema more mdiant
whan It reappears from behind
cloud
David Oar-rick'* fame would
be small indeed If it rested
upon hit writings although his
lierBtstei.ee. was remarkable
There is lots of boiatvrous fun
In this Hogarthlan romedy of
marital misunderstanding, but
there Is little wit and not much
rharm.
Tha bast that can be said for
it is that the character* which
(.arrirk and his ct.-author,
t.eorge Colman. created are
viva] ind convincing, despite
Ihe general absurdity of th.-
tali
The Conquest
There is also a certain socio-
logical interest In this study of
the rising power of the City
merchant in relation to "people
of quality One discovers a
integritv l-oth in the
and the characti
when the pl.y deals
rsiarTianc of acquirer!
I 11 no never though! I I
a a man ..f ,^nn< invention,
but every student of acting
*hould go BO see him prepare for
has amorous conquest of the
ling daughter
W. i.....t-b*at of
""ih near the
.wth .i touch of aeaufa .
rat who can
1 : with complete
without i.. .lining one
i realist bargaining

believing Ih.n I b M the road
la true i..v.
Not nly pretty
knp i n
,,: ,H tug when
'he i tin Of Ihll
will rfturn i
cent Cruntmies hfr. Because
ol ih* Old VU ... nave seen
mm m Tamburlaine the Great,
and now as Uarink's amorous
'" Ho* absurd lo end surh
an afcaocialion.
I brleih ..mmend Peter Coke
for a tnt piece of quiet, sincere
artlng at. the aejagka husband nf
the liHK'h-deslr.d daughter:
and Andre Monell ol i.
lhat therg was
more I., the pbl) than we might
ihinfc llul next b. Wol.il U^.
i mttti ki. io .i raung
icireaa, Charmlan tyre, who is
..ltd. abtnra *u
leUaM of ..ui
Milioii Edward*, that fonnld- I
ible Englishman anat
..I Dublln'i Gate I
ThOatfi faff ing lias pro-
duced the play too boisterously
out we can lorgive him cvei.-
'.hinii for the fun of the last act.
nVnnctt iiuiiin
AHNOLD BENNETT has
icen neglected since his death
. of The OraM
Adneatnra at the Arta Theatre
ill sand many of us hat k lo
i ~.ks.
illrteal b.ii v.n human
und Ahve appeared tn
i90R Bad aaai wceeaafully
himaalf in ivi I
fenglnul
. i A his vaiat to
,i in tha Abbey in mii-
i if made grand
i inland attitude to art
It was as if Moliere and H..n
.n collaboration.
for Um lore canes in Putin)
l> charming and make
j perfect balance to the pointed
lUre ol Iha early pari
Maurice Oenham lacks the
eecantrlelliea and vagueness of
-be MM. but his humour Is
deft and he ends better than he
begins Jenny Laird la all
normal women in .me. and a,
grand advertisement for Put-
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ill over the world tut** provesl that. If yna
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. niind and touches the
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duction ought to hove a corn-
run in o cosy theatre
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ivailuble. It is something to be
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\rnold Bennett after this long
ile.ue
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lien iHUral M fur onflT nrouii
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that ll. ral erlv.ne leu- ef llf". to'iUi.
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>M) V. r MU(o. -rre the tortunaU pos-
mwm. al h.imi>oIt aeiiw .la..^.
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M nin "1 eipn*rtee. Ha ai laet ryr-
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Ml ettb apwinc **, ** *"
Ma raB Maea. irenatner. ttre nmn and
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NOW OPEN in Hastings Phone 4084
Greetings
for the Christmas period and our
Sincere Wishes tor
PROSPERITY IN THE NEW YEAR
At this time we give you the message which
epitomizes the Spirit of Christmas
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in these lovely underthings.
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In White, Peach & Blue
@ $11.16, $11.56 and $13.11
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Prices $11.25, $12.00, $13.92. $19.50 each
NYLON HOSE A precious Jewel of the
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Prices SI 94 to $3 02 per pair.
JERSEY SLIPS$1.98 to $2.69 each
JERSEY NIGHTDRESSES
$3.26 to $4.20 each
LADIES SPORTS SHIRTS
Oay as a Xmas Fair
Prices $3.22 to $7.60 each.
LADIES' LINEN SHORTS$ 6.00 per pair
LADIES' LINEN SLACKS$12.00 per pair
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-i M>\\ IDV04 Ml
iu.i n.rvEV
Farm And Garden
By AC.sUC*H.A
THE HAN \ iV

consider ofapanuon at
pnulBi .11.1
i,t mrihuu* ano,iu>d it ,

able to : ">od drai.i-
gc, deep pl sacnti.,1 lor uie MO)
Note UM
niooa i
over Uin.
to >uk*i i belort not-iiung u >**-
uablr * *****
rotation rrop with
over, may be so UHW-pUnu u wilb
dvanUge. Tno*. I! Hx
lows arc wtdel) bkM, Cftie can
be grown in the bel I Detworj. th.
bsnaiu row* mid form I u Oful
protection to the Utter. in thai
way. two" proiitablt crops ora
eatablk'tied at the aaflM
the risks spread. This method ma>
appeal to some i >
long distance from (Mlei
may have difficulty In '
heavy crops of cane, tl
locally at the nt*
replanting comes round,
crops en be switched bo
occupie. tlu- >
bananas and vlee versa. The
fe:.sil)iiny <>f ouch ; system In
local practic- i
A|Tricultur:il DeparliiH-nt
in til.- Brrt placi
For the Cavendish -
convenient planting distune-
nine feet apart each way. bu Ulll
bum >'i^ of "beds between dram- BoU
ahould be dug about two 1001
square and not less than two feet
deep, keeping the surface soil
separate from the Mb*
the surface soil with pen manure
and nil the holes 10 about hall
their depth with this some days
before planting. Outre the bulbs
or suckers in the hole and pur"
the manure and soil mix 111
around them, in
the tops should be COW
at lean three Inches of soil-
Bananas may be planted almost
any time of the year, depending
on cireurostantessoli .
availability of planting material
and o on. If. In the drier months,
bulns .,!< picfi i
buds well below tlu- B
a be.ter efeanca of mrvlval Tin*
early p;irt Of I
however, say, late May |o rarla
July, is the rnool
growth (TO l imlbs put
in then will often eaten up with
dry sea-
For local nnrfci
Is a steady demand, a (a
tinuous supply of buni'n
be the aim and tins will depend
to a large extent, on the timuii! <'
the suckers to EoUo
bearing plant. The
procedure Is oaQWltd bu may
have lo be modified according to
conditions .uid thfl xpcrionrP
gained bj
mid-year, prune, off all
Ido noi M "hem 1:1-1 mn
or two feet tall > a]
leadinc plan' until iDOMt
when leave one lust coming out of
the (round, then leave inothei on
the other side four months later.
Mwav- retaining suckers of the
sword type to~ fruit B
In the use "f tfu
avoid Injury lo <<
Th* polirv nftOf " it II
on i ondtUoru bi
keepine three
ctumn seem* nrlvtnWc I
of roixlni1
I -~-',..t TV- ( i, v .rio'v
maturat rlicr then fU
-*v" vlBormis nlnn" thn-ild ne-
rtuce in nine tn.....
lonear
A rigDrdi after -tl
< intuit \ -six Lore Skirt
(, mm NOLAN)
Mkfl
(ANN Ml'SGRAVE)
A PLAIN six gnu- *kut HSU
. pattern an I with
only the w-ilst measure nod MM
km length measure. Care must
uithboth thasemeasure-
I>o not takg the VnaM
p cially if
VOUI hips bulge suddenly btltf*
the waist instead of
gradually to the fullest point at
ten or twelve inches bl
waist. The length measurement.
also governs the amount of flare
at the bottom of each gore. A
skiit which is cut too
must be shortened will be nar-
rower at bottom than
The results of cutting a akin too
short are all too obvious. As any
skirt requires a certain
"i tig around the bottom
doal take the skirt length mea-
sure too short.
To the finished length of skirt
you desire add the amount of hem
b and S inch from seam
at the waist. Double the entire
amount and the result will equal
the length of cloth requm-i lo I it
Cut off this OK
from your dress length. Draw
a thread to Insure a stroight edge.
If your material has an accur-
ate centre crease or fold in it yen
may leave that crease carefully
., Til! ''
the crease Is not exactly m the
: Ma it out and fold the
length down the centre bringing
UfOa exactly together.
Next fold the length of the cloth
in half. This will make four
thicknesses of cloth With four sel-
vage edges together. The length
Of mif folded piece Ol cloU
should now equal the length of
your skirt plus hem plus uaist-
UiM MOM
Next divide your wad '
sgirioMnl by six and odd an inch
,'f to the result for seams.
This will give you the width of
each gore at the waist or top edge.
From the corner of the cloth

the en Mwloa I Id I A on Diagram i
measure half this top of gore mea-
surement along crosswise fold to
make H on diagram and mark B
with a pin or with tailors chalk
Notice that you use only half the
top gore measurement as Ihe gori-
Is cut with the length
down the centre of ibe gore.
Now ni' ..long the
lvagea on di.gram). Tins will be the sire
,,f .-.,. I. ,'.in' .,' tin- iit torn of the
.:.- in half
(j B to ( thai amount
from Ihe bottom of thr HI
fold (D In diagram) along the cut
edges U> T. In diagram Mark F.
with i pin or to Don chalk. Lav
r light edge
.. b and I and dtt i *
chalk.
From E measure yoW top of
gore tneasuiemi .,t along cut esles
i rand u before. Join F tn
r with straight chalk line.
Firm F
t triu i kk
, >it off. H ''"i are using
sbjtpar iti your shirt you can
am yourself the lob of I
It If you cut your seams a half
where the soil is well a
rainfall 01 Irrigation and fertlli .
i d by the use of pen man-
. homlcal fertlU-
zcr is not usually necessary. When
in doubt on this point, the Agri-
cultural Department's advice
should be sought. One final point,
do not be In hurry to remove
r until Ihcy are well
nee such hanging leaves
Mia hi protaot the trunk from
aun and I
inch wider from T to about nine

course you will be cut'ing this
I >ur gores
when you will only need it on two
but you can trim it off the olrr;r
two.
rofuUy gorough uil four
rabrk along line
B E and along Una C V t'u.

if vou waM .. .-! |
you may find Hut
...
B reduce

..n nnd so
insure |h-t f i g uig,

waist to
avoid It] -earns
\ i ; \
(.uiilc Notes
-hristimis Mex>,ii>cs from the
I'residinl arid the Island
CommiHsioner
Ai this Christmas &
end my beat v
Christmas ami New Year to all
itid hope
lhat the great progress of fJuid-
iiir in lSI will bo txti
the i.niiiiig year, and that the
ritrnue to

DOBEEN SAVAGE
To the CornmuaOetien, Qiiklon,
QuldM and Bl
On i tings and wish you the
inas and
hope the New Yea It will bring
much happiness to you all
JENNIE B WILLIAMS.
Island Cornfl
( llltlSTMAS PAKTII S
On Hth Deceml>cr 6ti.
s-. Ulchael'
School)
on it .i fin uTbnai
:t 1.19

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whu li tni c ven pn/i Aftei
w.nds thay all had tees, cakes
I i tach child ro-
eelved a present from the ('bust-
mas tree and a basket of sweets
|0 lake home.
3 small guests were uniihle to
. n umu protsu real
were sent lo them.
i m Batui la] IBth Doearnber,
I ;
lldM (St OlkM1 Oirls'
nd 28th OuldM ii' !
stai tolned
|| Pan Mill 18 little children in
poor eirrumstano |fn f A
BtOhoi n lict Commissioner.
and Miss Graham. He*
BJB.C Radio
Note
\l 111" m.im. ( hriMitia-, Day
Ultt'S
is programnu
thp Commonwealth and
OB health
U l>e preeedM as usual
k-up wiu
.onwealth, the Far East
: hour be-
at 10.00 a.m ..i
| Tin- King1
message ipocat] bwm will b>


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included in thi
Ui k-uf.
link-up
'1 n tin
l .

Chmtmas C'jroU
pi BTaraaM v*-ii
BUG i
ChrtBtBMM week and pi
[hem a ill l>e tin
i. Half-hour' -
link ioa> ol tin
llfluah i ..ii I'vei
: ii tncluduig
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on Christmas Day. t> I
pruiii.uiimes wiU be heard on
Monday, 24th. at 8.0S i
. th,. l.ill.-i ;i
in indgc.
| anhlieaii VoitM

mg the fl w II,

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tnt I J l>> Ray-
mond Barmw of British Hofldu-
raa, on article on Jamatea's John
i i Clinton Black
Jamaican Ar b\ NevlUa DavrM ol Jama
nabaa Bamon-1' H
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died nui has been

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ind the article Is very
t..pic;.l. Caribbean Voices' be-
sunday.
Other ClirisJnwis I'roi;roiiimes
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easts unhide ft talk by the Den
noon, on Monday
M 8 30 [, i I Christmas Day
| e from the
4 St. John the r-r.it.
Oreon Mill. Harrow, at 745 p.m.
on the 16th inst. and a radio play,
The Small Voices' on Wednesday
1 7 45 pm. Of COUTH all the
Variety ppmranime, will present
(Or Christmas.
Music Too
Bxoorpu from Honda
tab' wdi bo broodcaot by the
Orchestra and
Chorus On Sunday. 23id. at D.00
I | Part 1 oi il" h'a chrtst-
mas Orat. '>'
at 10.31) pm.
ROBERTS Sc Co.
cWe would like to extend to out
friends and Customers
the Seasons Qreetings for 1952
Dial 3301
YEAST-ViTE
^Mstj-i^;4*MM^
Mi; HKSI CMUU&TMAS
The Happy Prospect ol
MUiSENT Oi
Assured Future.
of Carrington's Vlllage Oirl--
Bohool WOfi present. Th'
children and the Cuide* play.",
' Hi. v had ires, sweets.
biscuits tn in-
mnuno Indudod i aroU and MUi
Graham spoke to the ohlldfW i
the Bpli it ol
11, liod with Oulde and
Taps and Ood
Bavsj ihe King.
The Guides of lOlh Ouldg
Company (Foundation BehOOl)
made basket- ivhleh thpy lillnl
Ad sent to the
Church In-
firmary
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The Only Pdin Reiiever
containing Vitamin B,
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Thrrc's DothiDf flic like ^ bAa
Mil* It the ONLY i
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go sad sei somr YEAST-VII
Tshleoi now.
M4JQU TOU 'HI Wfi.
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For Extra
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ST
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OF TH
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proud in own it.
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(ECKSTEIN BROS)
Diitributor*
|i A. PHILLIPS a CO. LID.. BIDMINCHAM. "'
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ibove iook tlu .
Scholarship i whwh written i>> ttt eanoidatei Thj tlk< SS Ml i
Hr tehoi i reeelw btjum]
ships ire parti llv hn pirrM drawll h
ai ml Ira luiUan and in nacenilc li .,.|.,rla-
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Lut llroad Slrrrt
CHRISTMAS CHEEP ^^JPfw
I GREETINGS...
The
season 1 O r e e t i n gs and all goo i
hes f or the New Y ear from
Bookers Manufacturing Drug Co. Ltd.,
MAKERS OF
FERROL
LIMACOL
AND
RECTORS PRODUCTS
*S*3SSI'$3SMMM
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Friends and Clients.
This is your Store
a Store for Men, to
K start you off in the
New Year in a
pradical way.
with a seledion
of everything to
Better the Best
in Clothes for
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Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE
-I \l>\\ HI < I MBEK 23. Uil
CHILDREN'S CORNER
PUZZLES AND PASTIMES
Drawing On Christmas for Party
Caleb tlx Reneg.nle Reindeer
diversion to k I t, -n
realurc i
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...-it h.r
lloal or hostess provides tirh
guest present vilh a copy of
Clement Clarke Moore's "Night
llrfnr* Christ mar-" sod a pen,:' through i
Typewritten carbon ropfe* >r
nMmeagraphed copiea on plain
i hit* p*P*r *re preferable. (Keen
l id'iuii* amount of paoe be-
UlMfc! not e\e
Object of the game is to re-
plac | u many word* as poaalM*
i llio i-ocin with rough *r *tick- the hlim
a*Jwa(a r'or example.
b| rifht, we've taken port or the
po.m and picket! out some of the anon wmiM he more. ir children \*
moral obvious, possibilities.
ou be given tor 1. Ike
I h*i drawn. X moM a*jBjg in their
rtc. ""t^,
I Ml i Mm, there abouM b*
":ntl n. --: In Ihelr head-. **] uir.i.i l I
HO*J and hi.nl.--ii will be aut
:.i find how many guest
.... attatllcelly inclined. ,;,,t I la my JrC'f'-i/ '"' i
rare. I* mmm Hut
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Inviting Mam
f * I ' play a
1 HUM Joke on Ihu rest of the
wag) aha aaul out mvita-
|0 Chit**, mas dinner. She
I part *f the menu In II.c
' anagram*. Thia la tu*
UAMO Mr: (Hi i.r
Brotli Hh
"i poay
HMD
Mink pup p.*
In am
...' iMHtJafed to form new
... i . Mi
. igajag Urindma
toafeM lur a loan U Intel' nap. 1 '
taw* lliere arose such . -lali.t. I ; i i
art- *nai waa i"
m I 0>t* tike a fle-h. t *f
i M ..i 'ip for *om*
day when one ot
the auumala r. fi>- 1 t I* nr-
neaaad. Ii MM me uiipni asp)
aenmpcr-d iwiy every urn* the
I got near. Finally one
of hi* aUIc* cai i* along and gave
Santa *oni* h'lp. And aftat a
. Ml the wayward animal
, waa collared.
Thia diagram will enable you
to emulate- Sar.ta and bia helper
*a*jav a\ '"in out and
mark paper c< inters oi Santa,
his friend and the deer. Place
hem in tie ir i ipcctlv* postUona
on the diagram
Counter* move one aquatc at a
time, vertically or hortaonlnlly.
i)ul nut diagonally. r*llwt move
ir.on the villutn. ihc-n the
helper: then Urn villain again and
so on. Ba-h counter must In-
moved Wall lime the uira hhii
The animal la caught by hav-
ing Hants 0* th* helper mova
UUcj lb* atisna square with II.
,.. thu animal would not
, into (ha aquar*
d i.y Santa or hia aciper
After you've piayed th* game
ia described, try three or other
v ination*- (ll Move the dear two
-ouarea at a turn. (Zl Have
tianla attempt the catch alone.
...,*,_ Trouble With Trees
hub Along Quiz
-'ml', r. .11.] I
flip kMMl at Ihr nrufjll.il
N i.<:J.u> lo nti,.. < IrIm

lafl of th*
1 :.:h were Ughte.l
< nv oooM Bub
i I. MM UK) the ..Iher Jwal
lo-iK'f After iHirnlng
i.tue one candle waa ",,,,' 0,lrt*er. an
DSaVfOOtth the length of the
How long did the two candles h"""""! > "" '*
!
m aa* no gtaaai ,. r* gtraapaM mi
i
-n"i-
J0j0j#j#j##r#r#rj?tf
OF couraa aeeln'a not always belle\-ln'. Slalghtt.f
hand prove* that. Ho doe* thia eycteeaer
Whan Big aty Ban arrived up at Claw's place in
the wood* to look over the Christmas tree possibili-
ties, ha brought along his binoculars to nvt some
stsp*.
What he ."aw through th* binoculars Is shown
above.
Cham offered him both groups of trees at the same
prtca, ao the city man had to make a quick decision
un which group contained the most for his money
Which do you aay it Is? Count them and aae
X = 12
X f X % +
X = 12
- % + % +
-r X = 12
%- %-
12 12 \z
c
The valley ol -
7.M1
Josh.
liv fLuurae Shtfff
IKIIII/OS 111
I-Who m P,
Chr ll*i
4- .Vhai l* the IWh L.
10-Whal Belhlehnnile was
klnnman ol Naotni by mn*
riaBi*' (Ruth I
1 " i ;
L^pMekat
,'. ; ,iti
m the Kile.
v ft, i(
. elhei
i uniehntaet
34Dm>cls eourae oC.
MSupreme Being
nHah drink
2fWA rxiunclaiv ol lan.l
ing unconquered In
lle ol Johi "Jo


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when llcv rto Ihl*
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tl Looked Upon wlih cont**Dpt
Umh
j'i Flower Hula
Whal tree branches did
people cariv n ih pre
ceded Jasun into Jcrusjlem"
M
Igue
t Wheel f-ti.
MPre ll x. three.
Biffin*
to und in-
5g Above.
H AJ i ..\ .
Ml land did J.-icob 'i-i\>l
meoacngen lo I>jo* On 18 ll
> I Knireal
*2Artificial UU
(34-Summer STDepart
fiO Altai bunt by children ol
Reuben and Gad t'k-Kot* in the scale.
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Arifer UftaVr'
/"OUSIN JIM is start* I <
* home to Rrandma'a. a d
tanc* of 10 miles. Half way I
notes Do has averaged 3n m p i
and realises ha must speed up i
keep his appointment for oinnc
At what rate must he trUll U
rest of lha tnp to average c
m.p h I
...i tnn . J fc*
... i m i*:nu' ui M>h*> e<* i
< *nn m *t -*!*< mb it
Tongue TirisUr
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Christmas at the Crane Motel
2JTII DKl'ICMBKK, 1951
CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER
$4.00
Yer> Special Six ( outm- .Menu including your Fnvutirile Biijnn DWafi
aajVB IMH KMHF.R. 1951
BOXING DAY DINNER tk DANCE
$4.00
Dinner Served 70 Dancinj; 9 P.M. TO 2 A.M.
ADMISSION Tu Bull Boom Only Sl.lm Light fcMaWBH M MN
Kvenbiu ir r'urmul Dre>\
MiHir hy Birhie <;uudridkl and bU Orihc*li;i
rUiur Phone 222 lur Table Beaervutiuiu by Friday llM l>ieinbrr
dreft
FOR
BRIGHTER
SILKS
AND
SPECIAL
DRESSES
Heal Wv Mrik.
I'ort-of-Spain
l-OHT-UF-Sl'Ai:. Dec. 18
Woman wilted and taw
-
Monday's heat wave wt.i.
PortHsf-spam in m
Cbrlaunaa shopping season. It
was one of the h**te*t days record-
ad in Tnoidad for the year.
In Frederick Str-et
bulk of Christmas shoppers wart
concent rated, More* gave th my
pearance of doing busm1
musty cases shoppers were "looklnr
on" overtime, In eavjjag
th* heal of th* |,;vorn
For those who remained in then
horn**, the heat held no) i
and housewives struggled betwec
Christmas claaning. the kil< I i
and a brcerelew day
a crooner sang via the i i
dreaming of hai
Colds,
Coughs,
Sort Throats, Bronchitis
'UN VERT the figure* below
into INCHKd and than -Inch
Along" until you have made three
ouatlona of theae. each totaling
li." both aero** and down the
columns of th* diagram above.
l/A of a foot.
1/3 of a foot.
1/3 of a foot.
1 foot.
' 'et
I 1 1 H> t * (aawjT) iMaaaap
OS S VI I
I I VIUM.
dreft
ititsT ran woooJES.
SIU8 WASHES TMEM
ClAN. VUCHTU
USED TO
DREAD
WORK
H dots you m n Dm
.. a o
o/id you breathe it in!
For quick, sure relief
rub THERMOGENE
Medicated Rub all over
your che. throat, and back.
Its healing warmth relieve*
congestion, and breathing the
pleasant medicinal vapour It fives
off clean nose, throat, and lungs.
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
r '" h'g ?'oss )<""* and handy dandy Tins
HUfltihP*dnfifihff*Y
No wondar this man dr*ad*d
folng to work, for rheumatic
palD* in hia arma made ll tortor*
to uae tham Yet to-day be f**l*
attar than ever aod work U a
plaaaar*. as ha Ulla In hi* l*tlaf :
"I bad been *affertng from
rbeumallarn e*ry badly and had
aucb paloa In my arm* 1 scarcely
knew how to as* tbrm. Then I
was told to try Kruatben Salt*.
and after using on* bottl* I
fiund relief So, of cour**. 1 ba*
kept on with It. am now thor-
i ighly better and have never felt
ao At for years. 1 u*d to f**l
miserable and sluggish, but now
It 1* a pleasure lo work instead
ofadrea Tha pain* and "'iln*** of
rbeumallarn era uauallv caused
by deposit* of eirowi uric acid In
th* muscle* and :ointn Kru. hen
atlmulate* the kidu*ya anJ other
intestinal orftni to rorniar
healthy action so that all the
eicess urt. acid Is expelled
through the natural channel'
When ibat aoe*. a.hea and palos
go too Preahaaea and vigour
ar* restored
If you are tr I
maiiam. glee Kmai hen a trial
yourself ^ i i aa I it from
stl Chemists aiil M
$mmwm*wmwmwMmmmms&*9x
ARE ^
YOU
SCARED
BY
RHEUMATIC
PAINS?
Here's the sure and certain
way lo conquer them. Rub
SACROOL
S
ind it's penetrating powi
will act quickly and eQ"
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Old* Friends
5% diappy and fMerry
Christmas
and a
Prosperous SVeM tyear
to 'you mn.
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ISMTi DKt'G SllllltS ;i ^~
i*Miiif*M*f*Ur*i*toyiMiWl,r,*M*W.*M
CHRISTMAS
BEGINS IN
THE KITCHEN!!
st'h'vl rlff.se iii'ins tit one**
THE
CORNER
STORE
STOVES and OVENS
PLATES of all descriptions
DISHES. JUGS
CUPS and SAUCERS
GLASS CUPS
MIXING BOWLS
ENAMEL SAUCEPANS
ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS
Kitchen,


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BY CARL ANDERSON

TV CLuO ALL WELCOAM.
COMB NviMP to ota*T, ON AMV subject
W
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FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD ....
BY ALAN STRANKS . GEORGE DAVIES

BLONDIE

BY CHIC YOUN'-,
vVcfeo
I.M. KM* i.~.- n
Gordons
Stands Supk&ffuz.
RELIANCE
SHIRTS
THE mi i . OF IIAKIIAIION
'CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS
SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Monday (only)
I'M I \l Ol'l l!IIS un iivuiluble al <> Ih-mirlia s I >i. ilsiili .
S|-it|lilNio>i and Kttnn Sircvi
Usually Now
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D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad $treet
IIAIIIIAIIOS MUTUAL
in i: assurance society
MIXKI) NITS (llli I'ki; )
VI STOUT
CORONATION WINK
SCOTT'S 1.11)1 Kill RUM
BOB, KHONTl.N.U'K
I ....ill- NOW
I.Ill 1.00
JO .27
1.44 LM
ktt i"8
.28 !
CARROTS per lb.
&
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Extends to all
dfaatdy gAAtAtmoA $/uudtinqA
and
dtjL&Jk {jJiAhoA
foA the
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SUNDAY ADVOCATI
qvwv. hi i i miii B 23. i''"'i
CLASSIFIED ADS.
TILEPHOME 2301.
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Al'TOMttllVF.
TIIWKn
"tin
frhei.ua who -
ether way VMMItiHN
Ml
Ab-op Oale -
< r.h.m than.

anati- > "** <"""
II ..iiHi to all
tended the funeral aent wreath*.
card* and MNn
-
depth of JulUn A Ho. II
Tte BH family
a> one ISM Hiiimai, Or
iew !** M ttrr* inr-hanaaajl

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KIM
driven. Prate ) -
ELCCnUCAt
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tsar M be remr" i
Th**n.e H
ANNOrXI'EMEXTS
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MISCELLANEOUS
AMigtr jcwei i.:
'JOLl> I'l'HCMAhl.l*
ANTIQUE SHOP
WANTin TO MVT
HtHJSC M IT-AT Small Uouee of Flat
m Ik* vMMttl of OanlHB. !- na
Bittton* Hill. etc Apply
Ad-lf, Dept. IB Wi.'.i.e
i nonjHED

iH'l.THS
MECH.UI1CAL
BICYCLS-New paw

MIsrf.i.l.ANKOI'S
,-d *)in. Pa.>ne TW ix-mie pMp, Heel

Imported
i mcM Aivi
" Ata-
i Anie I..-. Iim*
ON bottom AIM aome
AKCHti: CLAnKE. Dial
*ST9VK* Of -very drw-r
....... China, *M J"'K niw
rilllMJBllW a>rl) I.*. Map*.
i>h* Mr ( nnrrlnpea Antique
i io sii r i
,Q1 \*;- M-. T*
i .led an.I -loMuO
Ideal Nn ... Htaril
B (A -\lgHEB~Whit*
. >*ara- .la* M-aWo n
,..ppe SS 11 SI Jn
'. A CANADIAN DRMMaV
in- election. "iiM'H *> SSion I*i
... Dt.....priced from .Itvap la> |Bla.
' 4em Dren Shonpe HUM >
UfmcAN Tvi't rjrrKTiis ria.
, n-.t aMa'.rK ..I TIIANI BH*B. Dip! St
II I) U1
I'l III II SALES
. ... H -it. .1...
v t w. c .
HII 51 Hi
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER

U I1M
I NDKR THE DIAMOND
HAMMER
ir.m ih( InuiMmi C<
truer. HBrhoik Street. fttatay mi
I vnrh's Srrundary Srawil
llarrta. Muriel
II. Me-. pr*i*
Ki-i C .
l-"'i" *a""h.ey
I-.>pl*. Manly*.
Martlndale. Farhv.
M.aid.
.....-. >
l.*a. P
". at*
r-r- d. ..-
Pi-^-at. "im
W..I Onie
IllinilllWI
HKiKNT HIGH SCHlMU.
PfMB aOAaV MIA* 1ST AVBNUat.
MUIHIil
rhere i.i he en ., Ir.nr- "IwetMai
f new niptH on Wed.day. led
nuary. 1H1 at t am. New puaMki
MM......i-?a
iney were
I II IUIUWNR.
I-:.-. 1^.1
* 12 SI *>
The U.~a*i" nl tne Combined Pert*
heel o Me>> h-retov
.-ill*- Per-fila i'l II* Cni.l Public
laMI le rnoal ill ooen on Mondey
lain Januat' 1*U M Aanlor. aHaUon
mil. Pete*
t Peea H|M doilai. 'W na. (eimly
J Mr JcMil Smith formerly Hm4-
- in 11 id (he Parry Acnool St Lucy)
Mi been appear.ted lo act H Hredmawter
u. the (omdaal Srhool
"^ rder of th* Oovemori.
THBOIXmi. IHAM'Kril
Honorary Voietary
DUII *n
GOVERNMENT NOTJCES
SHIPPING NOTICES
lUian* Mhiit.it aim imiii>
IT MKiAII I.III.. MHUOl
A alOONDABT DA SCNOOI.
pom i.iniM
Apri> .now are mvitod (rum Oradu-
Me l.i the peat n( AeHatanl Mlatree*
aatair.ed te> Werh Eneliah. Prenrh and
f*J auaaWrU Some eaperlenre In
hand tn Secondar Srhooia -ill lie
rn lamnieiHantl'ili Th* .imraalul candld-
I- .ill he r",...!-! i.
. out-**-School aetrfMa -u.h aa Camea
SALARY "a"AIX lat -al tnd ClaM
Honoun Ontduatoa |IW by
ITS H3M by UK tt.let
Other Graduate*
II *lf, b> pW SI.TH by STe
tatonabhr under the BarbedM
era- Penalmt Art Iftu
The ptwaaee lo Barbedni will
it teMlmonlala. a MMM-Vl r.rllftt-le of'
Itnea*. a BlrtA cerliAvate and a phota-
Craph abouM he aubmllted to
Tha it. .In...',-..
At Mkhawt'i Otil*' Stltonl.
MuniruUlea Road.
Ht Michael. ISe .
IIARRAIKKV II W I
by the let of March. ISU
Oauy tarltten application* can he con-
aider>1 and candidatea are partx ilarly
, niMeal not to ceil ai the School and not
In telephone Candidate* required ln(
interview will be noltfl-d
|-*n.aea4ai( >, laedldalaa *r thalr
frlrn-a will be dlteeaUated.
AFPOINTMIKT OF A88I8TANT WARDEN NURSES HOME
OBNBRAL HOflFITAL
(Female)
. AppUcBtimu w*1 ativitrd for the peruionafelt appointmenl of
Aflatlaim War-ion, Nunn' Home. Gcncrsl Huipitil. al a aslary of.
$3aM mmi b aWSMisl nu-rmit, of H8 lo %VJ2 Bth- atMinm. plus I
tampurary Cast vC lJvaii Allu>,'ai*ri' :it Oo\'aToment rata* In dddi-
litHi. tiuiirlatta la MM Hotna diid bo-nl art? pnpvMkd
Appliraiiti abould a-.l bo ovar 40 yvars of tuja. aaMMild ba uiifcnjt-
riiii or witkiwi wltbout t-iwunibrarKt^. ihould have attaiDad a satis- i
factory standard of aducatlon and huve had rapoxisnett of the ptepata- |
Man aud servke of lisals and a knowlcdga of docnesUc 'luilet en a I
laWgl scale.
The duties will includa the msintaaarica of diactpline In tht
NUrses' Horaa espaclsllv during the absence of the Warden
AppLicaBo should ba forwarded to the Sceretary. General Hos-
Hal, not later than 24th December, 1951. and should be on the form
attainable from the Secretary's Office, General Hospital.
___________M.ia.aijn
VACANT POST OF OVERSEER, CENTRAL LIVESTOCK
STATION AND PINE PLANTATION
Applications arc Invited for thr pensionable post of Overseer,)
Central Livestock Station and Pine Plantation.
2 The salary attached to the post Is on the scale $1,200x72- '
$1,920 per annum, and is subject tu deduction of 4 per cent under;
the Widows' and Oepou..* Pension Act.
S. Appointment will be on two years' pro tuition and will be
Mbject to medical fltrMtss. (If quarters are provided at the Station
It a later date, tne officer appointed wjiuld be required to reside In
such quarters and to pay a rental or 5 per cent, of salary).
4. The main duties of the officer .uv those associated with the
care and inaitagttmani of livestock and the keeping of livestock j
ads,
1 Appiu.j lions >taui>K age. educational quahflcaUoiut and cxpwrl- 1
s. together with COPIES of two testimonials should be addressed
to the Director of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture. Queen'* i
Park, and should be submitted not later than 29th of December. 1951
19.12.51Sn
ROYAL NF.IMfcRLANDS
STEAMSHIP CO.
punur notices
(URTAaM UACX A CRETTONtaS V.
...ir wMIe range nt\ Rale
HANI Broa Dial MS* U II ill tl
Mill iiiv;>"r
HUUSES
Ih-il Ml '
Pl'IIMSIIETi HI I1IUW.M in
. -
Om Dttnr Be,lh lady \m 1
etve- aoM !
nil.VAN -Chrl
.iri'i <; - la
IB3.SM VrUX.~Maiwcll. itrar !>
infurnlinod roomi alth rrlpectabb
ill at 1 I -! iwhitei I'ent ear) tea
Apply rttbai a il si-
i hslp hnl "
I VFN.Sti fOATS In bellr. pey. wtn
i.l rilech SSSVS Modem Dre*a Hhnppe
pMMI m
M.ld-T.1 In.--
nissi an
. Nil* l--l.orn Flf.
HOT SinilTS Lovcl* Ua.bado. Vle.
i-l many nther da*ia*i fkhlrt* bar Da
I..U.IU and Sport Let THANl'H .
IMUAN IJCATHKR SANDAIJt II
ntAMI t, i tflllMa
met VIM
111 I..III a r.'M.i.lll-.' UVB...I'
..I dealgna at THAN I BROS Pr Win
It,- A .n Streeta II ISU-lh
l-IM STRtPE )0f 1
Niiv and nrown Juat
I IIV M a yd TIIANI S
.rt- Pi t
, _... d*h- ..
| ih.- rate** ol Allrod Tobi-
the pern
Ol t. Mwh-rl in thw l.land. ho dn
.1. thi. 1-'
19SI axr MPebl ieq.ii.rl W -nd I" IMI
iiaiau. d..iv -it. ted
i a-ned Tmiotti Ttrophu.
r.ibUe Tni.l I '
tlUSUIkd AdinliiUli.>l<" i"
Alfred Tob. Phillip* deveaaed Ptibli
...illdu..'......r bofore
lebrui>i> ISM t.ftrr whUfi
li.*ee.l lo dlatltbulr th I
id artstl !
nereto bavlBS in.nl lo Ui
tlalaaw only of which t ah..
I>ad oc'.i. .
lion and tli-l I ahall not I
xaaeta < dutrtbiitrd to an
*-ho-e debt Of claim 1 all.
had nolle
And all paraona Indebted
rateto are req,.le-l
delay.
Dated thu :th day ol Dee
rnaUfTHV THVOPHII Us
Quail'.-i \i
olAlli.i
. pptlll
IS II M- .
Wilwm. Rudlne
Vearwood. P.nee
ne Bain-nta laardbx.^ ol the above
eabtm to iaeM the IteaaBu.. ! a*
I'rtday eth JeniiBr. 1*T i
A McD ri.l'.m.
e 12 M> In
NOTICE
lipliiMllon* aie liivilnl lor Uie parl-
iinie poet of SorpeSat. and Trvaauroi el
the l^de Rrhool A hnoarledar of Uok
leepUig aaaauual.
Salary tM per month.
Appllrallona will M received h> the
ilrwlmiialrr of IMe Led*" School up to
and including January Blh. IBM
IS.II SI Sn
NOTICE
W*l Poak-patoldara pleate note thai
th*. Otkre will ant he opened
MOXrtAT TTM IIIIISIII
The Rarbadix Mutual Ufa A- i
atoctoty.
J. K >?ROWNi;.
SI. IS. 91 -
NOTICE
"? MOVtl. StAaSVAIrOH V1T 1MB
. fbUM 'or ISSS Mill eainmenct
Us lWh Janoa.,
Will all >acht owneta deaitoua of enler-
.on phaae enter Ihelr yachu *iM Mr. II
Iit-lr Bannuter at C S I'.tiirr #i Co
Cloami date Sth J.n.i.rv Htf*
N W.at-Sn
GOVERNMENT NOTICES
.... ;y;
A C.I
Asei l
AVtr Take thlo OpportanttT &
9 la> Wash
dVtiiK ( u>lonirn .and "*"*B
S t? Xapfuf Xmait.
I
Tbuo ysaJt I
SS B.IV.I. SI'H.K.NEK
w ownbsv aiaoc. ntc. aw
r Canadian National Steamsiiips
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t ASADIAN rRUISER
1AHY UjIDNKY"
L4XPI HafUOM
CANADIAN RUeSaV
I.ADV ItUDMKY '
LADY >..*>:.
I'ANADIAN CRUISER
II.I.l...
i* rv,.
eS Deer
. IS Jaa*
SB Jan.
is rebv
Jen
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to eanl

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ft tfairrh HI btaa. Il

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CAN CRUIBBfa"
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PART ONE ORDERS
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Comma, idlnd.
The n^tb.-ito- ReslmeMi
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HlrMol Hal
The fjdRbla' Courae will 0* hrld
Band
Baaad prarliteo will be held
Real 1 HQ at I1S0 honra nn Thuraday 1 Jan. SI HQ
rta tranuruj. "A" a "B" Coy will cariy out Irolnllkfl
ilr Coy Cotrunanden.
Wtajneeday 2 and Thuraday
Wadneaday 1 and Thunatay J J
Paacruita <(! parade for training on Wadncadia-' a Jan. M
orocu v oriHii and osuisir asaJiAJUT ros wssk gvniNO
DEO. SI.
Orderly OSScer Ijeut P 1. C. PrtrrKin
Orderlv Sn|eant MI 1 I Si,nnaf'. W
N.il far !<
Orderly Ofncer | C a. Peterklr.
OrrterV. vn S Qulntyne. L O
M. L D. Saran-Cm. Major. SO I.l
& Adjittant,
The MarMdo. Heaaaaant.
IMS iunM"H srontF-ii
PABT II OKIi'M-
ii tvi staa
C*l. Walker, c:
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H.i HQ Oranted I *efci
Nov SI
c;r.*nted 7 weeaV
' ana leave wot
Pta~ave Mjl IT Dee.
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I. D SKCWESVOOX. Major.
so.lp a Adji'i
Tba Barbadua Ree>ioeoi
ATTENTION is .trawn to the Control of Prices (Dalence)
(AiiKiidincnt) Order. 1951. No. 40 which will be published in the Offi-
cial Garette of Monday 24th December. 1951.
2. Under this Order the Maximum retail selling priic of -'Milk-
Fresh" ia as follows:
ART ICLK
MILKFresh
(II Delivered
jttthM
bj' Dairy
Consumers
I'LlllL'MSb' CKan.1 N., S. Joy. Ajnoi
our. Khun Kh - a,..I naanv InaUa,
fuhi' Inranae Stirfc. ata Avaiiaofc.
TMAM-a. Pr Wm Keniv SH Dial
ias ii ti n i
HAl.l'H lir.AHI> tap*** n.i* Street.
. .:.--! .n** ol Mot.. Ir... alao Ii
which all aanvert
lioraaa at a redo... price ol aval
;^l torcetUnp- a -d aloca of Ml i nantr U
i. *HKii aaclud* Motor Can aiW *
- Mini.
-iny M-chlnea etc at ML*
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sniAW MATS PSSMra Tied room Slra-
leatfna SI St Vi-it Thai
'to*. Dial I4M. IS U 91 K
lol'-NAlMl li.trmallonal K tl. llaautl.
ol condition, earrllent equipment, eood
.elnf record Coil SToSOS now aaaaM
i. ofleia Mirk< Telephone SISS.
I ITS New hlpment ol TIN
airSTrs SS SO tnrhea Only 10 i
HARRISON'S, Umad St
U IgSl 111
(n> In properly stoppered milk bottles
(b) In other containers' .
(2t Sold to Dairy premises
(a) In properly stoppered milk bottles
(b) In other
RETAIL PRICE
(3) Delivered In Bulk
Retailed by itintn
keepers
hums or palls .. i
vendors or shop-|
22nd December, 1951.
15c per pint
14*c ..
14*C.....
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HirAKrMfcNT 04- HIUHWAVS AMI TRANSPORT
Vaeanry for Meehanical Storekeeper
ApplaCatloni an' invited for the vacant post of Mechanical St
keeper DaparinMmt 0( IbKhuays and Transport.
2. The post U pensionable with salary on the scale $480 x 48
1.200 per annum. In addition, a non-pensionable cost of living allow-
IHC< ill I-' poyable in accordance with approved rales. Contribu-
-. the rat* Of foUTsptr ecu', uf sulnry Is payabla unde
Widows' and Orphans' Pension Act, 1928. Entry Into the scale will
be determined on the basis of experience and qualifications.
3. Appointment will be on probation for two years and will
i'i made subject lo the selected rundid.de being pageed as medically
t foi cinnloynirnt in the Public Scivice.
4. Cuniiul.ii.s llMuU Ii.im' I'MHTunce in ordering, receiving and
issuing mechanical stores and be able lo maintain proper rec
Applications should be submitted to the Director, Depuit-
Hu'
iioih in mini i.iMri I'ii
PLANTATIONS Bl'll.IIING. LOW Ht BROAD STRFFI
Paaseagrr Halew Aienta fur:
Trans-Canada Airlines. B.O.A.C. and B W I.A.
ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
Telephone No. 44fiti
HAVE YOU BOK.IU
If not BM
Ol R Cl'RTAINS YE'l
IT seleclion of
for < ii,i.iii-
CENTRAL I ill'llllll tl
Corner Broad 6t Tudor Streets
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NOTICE TO DAIRY-KEEFERS A MILK VENDORS IN THE
PARISH OF ST. MICBAIL
It Is herewith published tor general lnform*Uun that under the
Dairy Regulations of 1MB, it is required that certificates issued during
1061. be surrendered to the Commissioners of Health during the month
of January 1952. when re-registering of the dairies for that year
mud be done on or before tru i.i'.h day of January.
Persons granted permits to dispose of surplus milk, along with
rnllk 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.
With sincere appreciation
of your kind patronage
and goodwill, your
ESSO DEALER
P. STEWART & STAFF
extend their best
wishes for
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looflna and of aacepUanpUy aound eonetruclm
ni.nalvri* re-inedelled Bod decorated iiudde
looms Spg ..-I ofid-verandah* on two aide* with
ncroaa the beah. The living ro
foldlns door* openlnar onto the l.imt veranital'
filled ith built-in wardrobe* ant
bathrooma wllh tub bath, uo.l hot
I tied WlHl i-opboard* and M alap
he kitchen la a butler'i Mntry w
>ne hnuae i1. Pratt
ftua prot-'
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: atlraclive Vle-i
i. i f ,..i,v .1 I pMtM prlttl i
- - baarcM
There are tv
U cold water The Rlteken ,- -
Clilled Wllh i-K ..l.
all modern "tmanU The pTOU
. Th* grounds are about ol an acre
Water and rlertrleily are inMallad ai.
pad water from an eleetrfB pump SUod
LSaWMftM
11 Uld nut and feme
the Kardena auppin
<. .. deep well on tl
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A.F.S., F.V.A.
I A Merry Christmas
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and a
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^Prosperous New Year g
NOTICE
Tha public are hereby nollHed lht our PARTS
DEPARTMENT will be closed from Saturday mid-day
22nd Decembar and will reopen on Wednaiclay morn-
ing, January 2nd. 1952. Thi' aurpMC "f thi closinu is
(or our
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FOMi SALE
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Oilers will he considered for the purchase of the
above group, consisting of Haggatts factory and the
following estates:
Haggatts & Bruce Vale appiox.
Greenland & Overhill gpprox.
Bawden & River approx......
Friendship approx............
Ar.blf TU1
Arm Acre.
.105 713
324 i 1
266 521
115 211
Haggatts Factory has been cxtensivery modernised
and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as we.ll as
D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, ihe factory produced
4.352 tons of sugar. Th bags required for the 1952 crop
have been secured.
The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following International Har-
vester tractors ;
1TD14 Crawler-Tractor with bulldozer.
1WD9. 1Farmall H.
Also 1Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2Subs lor
ploughs,
1disc plough, 1 brushbreaker plough.
8 Dodge Trucks, 1 Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for
Tractors.
Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules.
Further details and .onditions of sale may
obtained from,
be
IS Bread Street
'Over Phoenix Pharmacy)
Dial 47M Houn. 9-3
S P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD.,
Broad Street, Bridgetown.


SUNDAY. DHIMItl.K 23. 1*31
CHLRCII SERVICES
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IS A.m. Litany ami Holy Comm.iiu..n. artist
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Pilgrims Arrive
In Bethlehem
BETHLEHEM. Dec 21.
Jutt before theanniversary of th-birth dChrUt, thouaanii-.
of pilgrims from all part* nf the world are beginning to
arrive her.- fa one of Chrwienti- I MHbvtHIo**
Hotels. monasteries mid hostels in both Bethlehem and
nearby Jerusalem are already fuil and the number of visit-
ors to Bethlehem nn Christmas Dav itself i. expc(iad
reach 20.000
Jordan has no, yet ..nnourteee'
They come cln*fly for the j
ice of rmdninht max m Bethl*-
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bom Thr Church H under the "''i*' rk, ,., v i
joinl lurUdlctUn cH Ihf Roman, ..J" .c, ""l*"" holy Wcau-
ClrHk. Orthodox and Armanlar, "" ll nd crucincd a'
.(lurches. ,*" hurled Inane. To M.xlcma bo
Baijilrhem's boxed houses and use their prophet M
rookad stracts have changcj onl> ascended to heaven from then
years (aJo whan Josfph and Mary c*P"sl nd the site of their temp..
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AU open scholarihlpf. under the
Civil Servict' Seholararupa Scheme
for ISM-52 period except ihote
reserved for teachers have been
aMrarded.
So far live ttcrtolarships have
been awarded, two in acrlcultural
ttriMTjAv nratir. <*x io*i science, one in architecture, one in
Mfg^jIJiESSTwrtjgfm- nwchuuc.1 cgincr.n. and the
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ag^-yg-gV... which cntiUed the holder to a
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Tata faU.-iMRoiau.-. ... i-i-.h la "detahlp in U Service.
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,-!* "fm *'J ^u"'^ "^ ^ rtn>lin*lpf will be awarded to
' *Piaia.? ,mTb^hL ...a k7> ,"., teachers, two will be closed for
-..riptarr. bt Mary Bakrr Baa* teachers outside the Go\*ernment
ThU *ntionicoi-ii^ o( the^unioi-t TratnInK CoUege and two for
inf of .pinlual Mfsn ..nd Ih.lr IdaiitltH. ,_-_,,,__ .h-, .,,, ,_j ,_
-hl.1. -i- embraced In Ibf Infinite Mln and lomrr refketod pp Ms-3 the College thi' year.
Longer life for your pen
Quink is superior to all ordinary inks because only Quink
contains magic Solv-X!
Solv-X is a secret ingredient tiut actually clans your pen
tv/tUv tl untet. It prevents dogging, protects against acid
corrosion and rubber-rot common to all ordinary inks.
So switch to one of Quink's brilliant permanent colours
today. Or you may prefer Royal Blue Washable, because
it washes so easily from clothes or lingers.
:.one hare to be taxed.
The town now part of Jurdai
has a population of 12.OOO. Bu'
'here are 12,000 Arab refugee
irom Israel, many of whom live In
cavei In the surroundhih hills and
constitute a -riou> problem li-
the town's wobbling economy.
-ii mi- .1.111 Split In Two
Hethlehem's traditional market
(ur agricultural prudutv wa. Jeru-
salem. Now mqri of Jerusalem Is
in Isracllan territory .md thua
closed to Jordan export.-.. Jordan
and Israel are still technically at
war and although hostilities
have ceased there is >ilmost no
communication acron the fr\.ntier
J.'msaiem iiaelf 1- split in two
between the Arab old
the laiaeli Faev.- city.
Sin.i- nghtrng three years ago
there havt been few tourista in
BefAlehrni. Once the main source
of income, was trinket* sold te
travellers notably the Red Sen
mother-of-pearl cut In the shape of
the i.ir of Bethlehem.
Since the war pilgrims have " **** '
been able to take the traditional 1 ee: . m
SI?-mile rood from Jerusalem lo
Bethlehem because the first two Jl-JLT \
miles of it Ikes in Israel. Instead CeaSae*' cuapai e-mi
they must go into Jordan .it the chruima* sun 1 ..
Jerusalem end, follow the road K 1* " Man ot 1
th. Mount of Olive, and SL* ,', fJU^JS^TT"
down to flethany. The Newa. 1 i p m. loiiiiudF, 1 11
Then the road skirU the Israeli fi^TLlf^KS. '*"-*J- ^^
frontier through several miles o
wild country.
Christmas Day is the only time
in the year the one gate betwr- ,
the old and new cities of Jerusa- 1 ....
lem is open. The original road 1* 3"
open .1 Chrtrtmaj. 0.U5 to dlplo- IS'^^JffaSSXH.Kpm-r
mats and consular official* and -.,, , >s , iniaiii.de
U.N. personnel Israeli authorl- cisn.'i.- n w
ties have approved application' *' * coiiaai^ eiapoi cnmSr..n-
from 2.000 Israeli-, at Christmas Mfgafl
lo mr, into Jordan for n few wrvl ii M< wfus
hours on Christmas Ere. whux u n m
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cWe take this opportunity
to wish
Our Customers and friends
71 SKappy Christmas
and
Prosperous SWew tyear
eiirilina '
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THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON
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NOTICE
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"We pre plvuscd lo announce Ihe appointment
of Mr. Dennis E. Woirae as a repreienlalive. whu
will be associated with Mr. Frank B. Armstrong,
in representing the Association in Barbados with
offices at '
FRANK B. ARMSTRONG LTD.,
James Street,
Bridgetown
The Confederation life Association
I lead OfficeToronto
Branch Office1 Chacon Street,
Port-of-Spain,
Trinidad
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
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Our Thanks to each one for the many
favours shown us during 1951, and our
Sincere Wishes for Oood Health,
Happiness and Prosperity ir. the New
Year 1952
THE BARBADOS FOUNDRY
LIMITED.
White Park Rtl.
St Michael.
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French Have 80 Homes
To Challenge Derby
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Ions Sugar To U.S.
Of 1952
St. Silas* Parent
Teachers' Function
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Wednesday last w*ck at the
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    PAGE TWO N sr>,\Y VDVOCATE SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23, 151 PLAZA Dial 111* TODAV I %  \ nee ItafanMotol I ; r David BRIAN I MAXTER FORT WORTH HfWc.al—The Color Stiori nomnoin"i\i>ii.! \ > NI'MIM Millll %• Matin an 'l-wb> :llli A Tar., iiih iXwt Da>> I 'OI'TCANTN Of The TRAIL" IIAI.K And DOWN i. Ms-, i WAT" t in Tiucolot i Wi.h rr-> R0OBBI 2.304 45 A | I | INfl l ITHt'RM c k fa All I 1 !" * BDrN ST MBO I-.-' DAY 5 pm & 8 M VOI N(, H\MI i BOON! Jaj K .1 K)r i| T€i an.l Sahely. d.i| .1 fhter of Back To JII S IR RONALD and Lady nt*^ I Friday for : by BW I.A. Sir Ronald. member of the Execute.. tec of the Jamaica Goveraai Sir Ronald had bean in B attending the third meeting tn* Regional Economic COsBan Medical Officer Oeuii %  Kit' wa< % %  H-in.-ild Hodman, i Mr* H. F. Rarima Christmas Eve arrived on u >dnesday accompanied by his wife end daughter. Here on a holiday they are fur I at Cacrabank. Christmas Party • t mid hitb % %  "' %  '•'•:;',•. ''-*-'•, --'.'--.-.-, --',*.*-.*.-.-,*. v,-, clviBpoir\ciiv\d. llMlmorill (inil, llrhn-, LU"CHi;ONH MIKKTMH bUI'VF.RB Ba gBa ai Auifncan and Oreoln DrtiikOpea Duly fn.ni || ..m XmA Day and Sunday, only from li pin Sincere Season's Qreetlngs To All Our Friends Dl.l 477'J Tor R"-.rv,tiuii•"UK HARIIAIMIS AQl'ATIt CLUB (Mimban Onhrl DINNERB w!ii t* xr l in the Ballroom be-i tni 9 p.m. (Mondav. December 24th I Ver/ Special Menu Priir U.IKI %  DANCING from in p.m. 3J till :i a.m. %  - Tlrketi: 2/SATIHACTIVE ai 3 !" BALLROOM ."1 IIKCOI. 1 .'. i ioNsae OMaBt, H.illoonaa| Dance, and Spot WallzH Sfor which Prize, will hg .HC'I _Mink n> . B. mmia ^ §„„ B *g*_%j-jl* 18 I A SON. (Thomw Cam. II , • %  "V* A bora o lx^.,nb.-r lh ICapl and Mr* F. J. Flurn:I Montnal, Canada. Capt. Burnt BaaaiMarn rrMKl to Mr n of Mr and of Font The crramony which took place ahorUy ..tier 4 30 o'clock was parRev. HlndL The bride ho was Kiven in marriage by %  Walton wore a dree* if Ivory pique taffeta, with sweetheart neckline, full skirl with 'nail tram attached. Tii. ** T Baort and *he wore mitten* Her headdress waa a wreath of D R NEIL STEWART Tri'k white flowers which kepi in who waa hare In December bwl p i nk 0 ^h'd. year Is once again In Barbados Hr Ahlle i allta and N EARLY 20U paflM fea Health Centre'* annual r*n Party held at the St. La fiirU" SCIHKII on Thursday i ..'ol. ware iunn. iefr<>*h ad and everyone The Bridesmaid was MUM Shirley Walton who wore maize brocaded silk, off the shoulder vith a full gathered gUrl llt*i headdreas was a tiara of ribbon -nd flowers and she i bouquet of pink .:rhlds and other cut Dower* MI: \Mi MSh KIIN ll.li I;IIIM\N Gay Partiet Mark Feativr .-hlldren M s, JSS^rsss JS^-ZJZ ^ ..'"M.-Bsr Potter. Mi Billv Ward Mi Geof| T sacmed aa If all she Chits Irey Onodlni and Mr Frank £ mua Bra i I Redman place lost night there waa so rru< ,.._. lh doing. It afcw heralded lha opei After the ceremon> .. reception *. ^ 32. "" *• %  •>•!* at "Cromer," Upper B-. %  Li ,L ,JTiSislved a SM parcel Street the home of Mr inl Mr. "^,^,^1,!"J.!?!!'. ** \„ s.hlch contained a toy and a nc.-. Horace Walton The honeymoon -fg gjy ^"*W "£ ?* of cloth o. garment from a eery U being spent U "Coral Springs" B *" 01 oallliv i.uiWitm l.ni. !iath4u>Kii Jovial and healthy looking Sania Baths*,ha Claus fn addition the children of Rockley Reich opened witn received sweet* and fruit hearty cheer* ti left the School Thrre bar C B. Brow id his Orcheslrn Passed Finals N URSE Gwennath Elam. bands, third daughter Annual Disnar Cocktail Bart) given by the Man'it Ae AnKlicanH^ School, wh.l i -ity tuert, were • 1nm '* ffd to the local on band I Bw occasion, and ..Ibranch of the Royal Bank of though two light shower* of rain Canada. Hukept gueaU indoors, the weathci %  AgraLino Husbands of Church want OU acUet opentoe* Speighutown, and (he %  it iraund lha many *T* HE n,rn ,€ '* "', No Uu ? lo Isle Mr. Leonard Husbands, tio> :. raj a dec** r ,hv (lirli Industrial ,1 passed her finals in Midwifery t rated Chrirtmus Tree and other Union held their annual dinner u a hospital m Trinidad where ih n to many Barbadians had been taking a mU'wifei havlnit served on the Lady Boats < %  <** and is a former "Bklpt-r" .r Intcreatif.f Brochure A N INTERESTING brochure on Short Couraes and Summar School* m Great Britain in IM2 can be seen in the Reading Room of the Bkulah Council. Wakefleld." Whitepark. The majority of the couraes are organised by the Brrtieh Council IB -o-operatiOB with British UniThe imial duration i3 wfakfl it a cost of about £30 The course* fall into two mam groups Educational and GeneraT and 'Specialist." Those in the flrhi group deal either with various aspects of British Life ui with English language and Literture or with Educational Method.'. Thus both Oxford and Cambridge offer courses on conteanporai. English Literature. London art Bristol have coureee on Nursery and Infant Education and on the Training of Teachers. There are the Shakespeare Summer School: at Stafford and there is en intriguing course on the West Country, centering around Plymouth. Exeter Tauntcn and Bristol The "Specialist Surveys" include Anaesthesia in London. Publishing and Book Production in London, Cambridge and Norwich, Librarianshlp in ManchesUva Stock improvement In avdinhuigh and Industrial Medina* ... M.hwki and DirmuiKham. There are other Surveys on Industrial Detign, Diet, Field Wl.mdi' and Jeanne Experiment a Won. Drama, Tclevi%  a. Her. i mill, daughters of Mr. sion and Industrial Relations to and Mrs. Walter Bcrtrand of fjrenmention only a few. ,<-.i. i left that colony over the weekA final section fives details of end for England where they will 'he longer Summer Schoolenter Mt. Vernon Hospital. Midplanned by British Universities dim. to study nursing. Both are nWlldl vUI ^ UR nopolar young paopla in Orerf i.. h ^ „ d ^, ,'ol.nde w S an assisUnl^mistress hU ^^ wl|h m v(ew g iHing wemaalvea of one -MiE MM Nuralng IB ..--i1 il^gh! of the courses In certair cases, on the recommendation of the Representative, the British Council may assist with the I ..111.-!PlgS, M K. Long Leave EVAN FOSTER who orkk at "Rosehall" Estate. Cast Rums Is Nuree Husbands is a graduate nurse of the Barhudo* Oem-i.il treal Lsst Here In February ng. Half i P-rty and expects to be here until midFebruary. He then plans to go Trinidad and may return Hill, *1dcst daughter of nnd Mrs. H. GarnetV.' i .11 of Hat No. 8 "Abeagetdlc Flili." D) rreua Road, and late of 'Yprc isi Avenue, BauawlUc M" -'**•*-*-'-*'*'*-'''-*•*-'-'.*-•-*.--'.'-*,*.'-*,*,-.-,-,'.•,',-'.'.-.', -*-'.'-',***,*-*.,->*,*• With The Rancet L EAVING to-day for TrlnuL are Mr. and Mr-. W. M. Wood Christmas decorations BB6 1 a conat the Hotel Hoyal, on Frid tinnouF flow of drinks and refreshnight. Mrs. E. E. Bourne M.C.P.. Berbice (Bookers Group) is at astg cams from the snaik-bar. and Dr. H. c Cummins M C.P.. present in Barbados on long leave • a most enjovnble evewere the guest* of honour nmi_ v along the highway "Chez Jean*nded ihich gave .. preview" House" Those present were Dr. for hots! managers end H. G. Cunuiuns, HCJ, Mis. H others interested m this line of O. Cummins. Mrs E. E. Boume. business on Friday, "threw open M.C.P.. Mrs. A. F. Sjmmonds. Maiibcii '** doom" to memliers last night Mr. A. Symmond*, Miss b liarpatty. per, Mr. and Mrs. K_ June*. Mrs. E. F. McLeod, Mr V, R MiLc-d. boon Liter tna 'Gran Mr. C. Spencer. Mr. E. Thnmp''leata" at the Marine Hotel Rol ^ Miss N Callendar. Mr. Kmderway and a ternlle crowd Pile, MUu Ihe occaaun at ^ clt ^' Barbados bslore oin on lo B.C. Evan is the .on o( Mr. and Mrs. D.rcy Foater of Belmonl Road. After Fourteen Year. To A/1 Our Friends and" Customers WE Wish The Season's Qreetinfj ffMMBffffffMKMMftffawnKHra^ and Mi Raj of Torunto anholiday in • ... Barbados. MrManboH here for some lime. Mr. Munbert and their two sons joined hsi OS Wednnsday They the iifn,r gan which had another good crowd quite as large as their fourtes-nt'i bouse. mas as the guest* of His Excelbert lency the Governor of Trhud. Toronto. •s.r Hubert Ranee and Lady Ranci Mr. Wi-Klhouse 11 Building I)eThey \piopmcnt Adviser. CD. and W H Ulromc-an^TbyTCA K^RL U, S52" '"rou^ou. Tbomr-on, Mrs. M.,„bcrt m hc h ,f T 1 ." oor ow • < i, d J Kl ". N ir, ..us.vca^rtabd':;. !!. „ C :: :.. : .h,lc „..„. M Mi. I SI I A MERRY XMAS AND A PROSPEROUS FROM NEW YEAR METBO GOLDWYN MAYER GLOBE THEATRE TWENTIETH THE BIG 3 FOR BETTER MOVIES I OPENING TO-MORROW XMAS EVE si with 4 Big Shows I :i(l 5. M.3II p.m. iinrl Midnltr Xmu Bay K.:ill Bunk llolidiiv LM, .' %  H N pit 5 & 8.30 I B. tlnlv nd < onlin IS THERE A FORCE THAT THREATENS OUR WORLD! ? %  5? I a s £ %  %  96! THE DAY* THE | EARTH STOOD STILL iH. Boxev 611 1'OKTIH UMINO ATTRACTIONS From THESE TWO MfGHTY STUDIOS To he released at GLOBE THEATRE %  HI HMIIII IO\ 1.IAMKS MASOX. JESSICA TANDY) iss,i oi IIII ISIIII % (TechnlGolcur) (JEAN PETERS, LOUIS JOURDAN) III SI M It FORCE 1 .OH (Tethnieulour) (TYRONE POWKKANN BLYTH) MIIOMOS ..€f like llwe-eM •I M..-b rt (Techniftilour) DI4DI.INI UA.4. (HOIIPHRB V HOGARTl |UO ^ 1111% (Tethnu. RT TAYLOR ii>ur) DEBORAH KFRRl nEXAS C ABStSTf 4L (Technieolour) IK .VIHER WILLIAMS RED SKELTONI l> iMIOl { I M h...-I-. ( (Technictluur) (ROBERT TAYLORJOAN FONTAINE SUUMIHII III (Technic. lour) (STEWART ORANGEl; JANET LE1C.H HI i VII si i oiriii MI*F And IIAVIII (Technic.'lour) i\l'(IO LANZA— .noRETTA MORROW The Topper of them ALL AMI It VI IISIII It \ Gregory PECK w Air ii TECHNICOLOR Susan HAYWARD I OK llll lli'l MSI, ^ MONG the passengera leaving for Trinidad yesterday evening by HWIA was Mr*. Iris Marshall, who runs Aquatic Gardens C. Arthur. Mr. C. Guest House Mrs. Marshall Will Mr. E. Bohne. Mis" spend Christmas with relatives in isE. Winter. Miss N. Trinidad and expects to be away for about three weeks This Is her first visit to her homeland in fourteen years. She is the widow of Mr Walter Marshall, former Manager of the Barbados Aquatic Club Music Funds pHK ANNUAL recital T L_ St. John Baptist Church. St James will lake place on Sun..... u __,i,day. December 30. at 4 p.m. ,.£*?. M 2SSf„ The recital Is in aid of Ihe VfH. -BILL' ORACE, Manohurch's music funds. Among 1*1 aging Director of Messrs the many artistes assisting are, W. S. Monroe &c Co.. Ltd.. who Miss T>. Wharton—violin. Miss for the past two months had been Jovce King—soprano, Mr. B. C. on a visit to Canada and the U.S. St." John—barltonsMr. F. returned by sir on Wednesday via Thompson—bass. New York and Trinidad. BY THE WAY ,. .s> o ss n -iw W HEN mice invaded Kururoan 'fifM the tnifflc't roan %  Irflald in Cape Province, oijETS Traffic Scheduls ouUines the runways were sprayed with ^ t gcheme for a new kind of cysnide. Hawks, swooping (or roundabout. Ongoing trsfflr makes mice, got the cyonide and were t^g. cornpleic circuUe before fcillio. Ihe mice sUyed away emerging at the lop. This enables from il. and multiplied. In dealoffcoming traffic to emerge at the mi; with a similar threat at Ronbottom after one complete circuit. Jiboko nirneld. Dr. Strabismus A third point Of exit is at the riaV (Whom God Preserve) of Utreiii* of the roundabout. This takes cn.*iructod an enormous mousetransverse traffic, which goes trap in the semblance of a hangar, across Instead of round. The Ihe mice nocked in to gnaw the wnonlh working of this scheme aircraft, and the street doors slid depends on a system of lights at a to with u snap. Inside was a .heck point Inside the roundabout aircraft smeared with The *eeond circuit made by on: cheese. While licking going traffic gives offcoming n fuselage, the mice sudtraffic the time to emerge before It She floor give way. the ongoing traffic gets In its 1 several feet into big way, and the lights ensure that id were carried away by transverse traffic crosses at the r pestological personnel moment when that section of the Iwsyi like that. circuit Is clear. > dtHOLLYWOOD STUDIOS MIGHT RELAX OJV T-V. BAN PROHANSEN. Hollywood. Weekend With Father" ol Dec. 21. cussed. Slight relaxation of major Paramount for sometime has nudios hitherto rigid no-television been taking a more lenient attirule for movie stars under coni U de Appearance of Paramount tract is beiiiu mooted around Hoiitars on Video is considered on an lywood. Universal International individual basis. Bob Hope who made the most recent major conhas hu own show has a clause i >v allowing its contract In the movie contract permlttin; (layer* u, appear on television him B free hand in any medium shows .in condition that the Mar If the player has been on telebe allowed ly advertise Universal vMon and re-appearlng In plcpicture* <>f television In which he ture* there were or are now rule-, appears. Universal spokesman salJ against his returning to television, "we will allow uui stars to apParamount kpokesman said "nowpear on Interview show. IKII ndays wr take each star's request definitely not a* n regular player to appear on television under con—on any ktnd of show. 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    PACE FOl'R SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER S3, 1SS1 B.C.\. ELECTORS MAKE YESTEHI) \) S CRICKET STHANGE DECISIONS I MI'IKI &.A.F.A. Planning 1952 Season a? u. A. comi\ *ku, n POi H I ^ I'oli.. ii luniiic I nipirr 1*1 Inning* mrllng pi Empire slow lift Ad/il Holder and ; .-core of 60 by P —Empiri* llrtt dlvl*i.'THE XMAS MEETING lias Jester II The Stamina To Win ? Re Uy BOOK1K a%  -%  r %  - ~--^ wa %  —*^MM v --. a* .. aj-q i fc*. ^r.a a w *. MI r eut in clearer relief, although in a sense, no report* of any • %  Hind have also helped to make ihia to. For It la precisely the horses, who la now favourite helped I arx'Ut whom we have heard nothing at all. i i % % %  bu : pull lo the .v, : bowlers. *"***1. t ,. Kinp and bowled 11 over* >• small ''-"' -•* 'n and had taken .1 single Poll.* VJOW thai Ihe Chmtmu racei are only three days off it aDDeari .of the Barbadoa Crkki-t — Empire nnit alvl ,, mn| up ronaiderably Uuring the week"from W A iykTidlVlST'Tl'I l" *** %  • %  ' '." %  Trln*dad and other source*, the Derby picture i~.bae.os against Jamaica .11 lilt „S,C.ftTffi ? _u? 1 ,1 .,,-. '. ,,_-• m.ti.tj. Hotoer flnlahed with a hag of H move to inifl-on, uie baum V, tlV. ,K !" !*J~ "" %  "' *'fh ahiiw who l. ffol^Sc^n^mSenTlS ^.5*5: aeST --.o.-other than Mr. fcl. £. a Bourn.'. Ember., the ^rna.now.ver much it nugnt be i',"* !" "" "" C 5 m ,d ,r oi K m VS d th PCOr b " d "* J %  Derb) winner. In the charge of Mr Leo Williams, who last .. ...nl.es* of the measure of auccaM rmiMre In their turn ..t the H,,IHI-. tUi^i •.. 1— %  „ %  "otrnark to take the class*, this fllly uow has the race It of a strange Incooa fU p rj w |ck* rfav? *ored 77 fir the li* J\ c£3? tLV. Uc,n chax e ' **• *""*"* "ho* *-bie i always MM Cn.ket Association have been „f 4 wlckefs and haw alrtady Cranl SShl R^£ ?. cn one "* %  Hnlng ' "' work-ouU. it can be attbSEP. Si KE-'EP sauM E M — 'or u. when the gate, fly on Wednesday next. II I* I MIU.l.M In tl..V*l E. W. Oninl who went In ul r,,li,,. ,, mnmira t.tlal at an nm u „,..„,,,. .— %  .,. .. C liAlll.lt TAVI.UK >U MMCUd-U IMS II.C Batbada mm in Ihe t.ll at Ihc iccond wlckrl pliiyll,,\,Lv, u-7, now Svrn' hl. .or^uTf ^!?. ' ,h S? "••'" %  "" ln f '*• %  "Wlion. ., unb^ncW Inun. doomed Iro„. K wA.u npSnljl S.JTli.fSS'i^?^ D l ?K* V V^'1";' -— : g£R sxjfi £SHHntr T.jloi huiucll wtaom laubcudl] and I saw noininj Iherc rie. alamod Cur a >i an return here. Bowlimi Cor Polire. J. W. Bycr , ;u h „ „idi,idi.,.l ore : had Man aalcclad that the Selccun had look two wlckotl tor 22 nun. 2b !" ""••' !" re inada a notueaae ut tba Jub ut H'locting and 1 defy Churlic Taylor 01 while E. Grie captured 1 Cor 30. HOIIUT helr,ed hunsell t.. -njuna .-,, ,, anaouum the Cacl thai ._ nF.ff h .. !" ."!?<'?,_g"5 coupta It] IT Bradshaw and later Grant and wfefctf CO.MKDV OF EKKOKS I' Ud have beneQled Hum Ihat i-\j%  can wa aMOCiata that with on 20 for the tint wicket." They -ppomui.i. anuinei -yuui to laad the MUD %  gil mt JamaaeaT It has ^^ D i By ed pace bowlers Barker Empire who to bat and the Conntables opening pair _" W ~V ^, Kiucl. and Blackmail gave UH [airly good mart by putting "" '" % %  Another shower M to the pavilion at 5.15 and -t ha> cnai u-oioB selectors, in inu matter ol the apan j" Granf comfortably. They "jrought an and lo play with ]/v poinuneiii oi a captain an BtOoa-Ungj Uie inal and ciiui uieory bul W( r) howtver soon in trouble •BOW at 77 lor the lo*s of • .^IUJ s-igacsl that lha) migm be writing a new page in Ba.wn4B ,kipptr Alleyne brought on thai DUgllt watl be Jaucllcd a "Comedy oi h y, ^ow left arm bowl.-' • -oi a [UlBaaa as a bowier. UraflaM Lq ina lb* routa arith %  %  • —— %  Biaeiad in a similar capacity. OKKta.NUHsK BOWLED WIJX I B uuiaua. uievmugc failed as .pci iciiced enough lo play back too much .**"" u *_f." ,J ?!* ^ing' Tnd^'thi: "' .natch. Th. I > i ^u-i.. arM also on the sick list after the iMifUt ustake. Farmer P 0 *" n *> bataman U Murray was 2! Cel i n *^ 1 i,. now 1 rC m ina to ^ icen u Vjo* Hoads can regain hi: 1'itber. lha pai_._ l "-' -limt'.-ly not be in the picture on Boxing Ua>. ii VUhail Vn ulditiiiii Blur.LOlKih School did well to SCOW man was^atW'ak^rin 'lit* by l """' Wl,h lw , ' k P-"** - ^"* Wuhes written off the task for ri#ldnff r.V.dei oust Carlton at their school Kmbers **> lessened by half. But this was not aU. Cross Koaoa. peiWUh the score at 22. Blackman 5"??y !^S^ Kr S^! rB, -^ U .* r UfSSSiff 1 *.-?*"h0 ^* in lno raco wl ^> B*oyad stamina capabilii i>tta to latter made no i tilled the breach and after being tba ban .is lai ai Lodge was conproper condition before the race Reading betw i i ne Unas, lend collect"•"•"• d Murray topseored with '} would seem tlrat he has. to a certain extent, recovered (rum Ina cd^o lixeebverhead at KiSt S7 ' bov >*hopeless condition ha was in However, lie is not an easy horse to ;.::.'•., \£ % iTfi of Carltoo on %  cket that Pps and Ut. ta. I thai ka bM not i,-,i i moi :u... UM Bai Bad % %  Ha .vi-nt :..n victim to "-* s giving assistance^to the bowlAugust mccung may^be the deciding factor with regard to his illness t-faoad ia guick low BouiUa wicket. On me otnei hand he proved lo be one ol the most successful oowlvis oi lha luiu and am ceiuuily one of Uie best gioi. men. alao been place i ,'. ii.i hatting averages I Ult Division anu he li., place among Uie lnl ... : ,, me rfial ENwa Bowiiid It^rXvn Hobinson took t otlPJ-KTi; FAILL'KK IN UK1T1SH GLIANA B HAJVKfcK v.,is a i m BciUah Guiana, u.ib .... trua that "' has shown good !.>,,„ uun his Kmplre got three mow wickets best batsmen (C. W.Uianis return with UM ba| but bS hal not given as cieoitable an all IOUH.I withOUl nny nddltion lo the ncore. eluded) for only 19 runs. Unle* parfornuiie-i as C I he nas been aeleeted and (iicen.oge Cheltenham and OWO. mug battman can nsa MM bean whyl 'How leaf shall these things be? ..-sociated In an eighth wickmake a substantial aco. 1 a,.-" the atleiitiuit of the St-li-ctuis. tu Uu1-et Uial loi the Uuid >l partnership which yielded 1*. will be deiluitely out of the pic m .., ,„.,,.., ,,,„., ,.,,.,,...„„* ,.., ,„,„, .„„„, | tow nunQMM anu In an sqwotw tur> ...i., aaln. ilrat DtvlakM f • ."n-i ,... th. ogl of ttaudnaJ ilatasnant. bul parnaw n N besng o e;re Holder to the squaw leg boundary C B. WilUam. onc-e again prov^ -* ^ *>" ol which 1 am ignorant. on one occasion and on another ., glow bowler of lifted him to the long on boundary yaJui lie Itowled well rX rhV I .. i: i ESS) to-day yhould brmg forth the tlnal gallops for Kventually. he was taken ,„ mt iMduc flrst Innings and lh ma)onty and I presume that Jester II will be among them. I by Robinson at long on off this nis bowling m i"'-sume that he will be given more than a five furlong spin. If same bowler while attempting ,, r nwi %  vt ill be no nearer to finding out how he is going to shape another big hit. His coatrlbuuon 3!l rUru an(1 agauM l-jubers For it is only Jester H's stamina which is now in was 12. MX wkketl, A. Warren the Carl.ueouon. Cheltenham after late cutting Ul|| uacc uow i cr took 2 wickcta for 1 WAS glad lo see;ii..i ut,!* lenuon has been .-aid lo the ,,„,. f rorn Kim; boautifuUy to the „ y |uns ;|1 d K (ilKUl|| _. fot We know that he is a good horse. We know that he is very fust. Claims ol candidates Iiom the (ntarmadiata Division in lha persons boundary) %  's %  **• %  beaten ••> t __ __ '— "-•-Ql Ina local iiiiKcl punuils call lay claim but it has not been seen ht to include him in avao t.M-nty, players wee. This is anoiber false Indi ca tion of lb wealth i.t i ncnci tail ni at our disposal, li a piayej "i QIIIM oalil ro ean be pa %  I ovat h) the Baaaaton then tin* nm>i guraly be a tacit claim iiiut Wia an* richer in cricket talent than we ically aie ur that '.i 'i ,. IN a %  M HlTlng uiei it, LAWI.I.SS IIKOTI1KKS 1NV1TKD WAS glad lo see that at leasl some aitenuon has been paid to Uie iiom the Intermediate Divieton in ihe persons of the J aw Ol Cable .ml Wilt I. : .ii n tin Blackman and Do l'eixa of the Barbados Cricket Leagi on race day. 1 would not be surprised, therefore, if he does not give dismiss Uul Carlton have found them"' his beat In the Derby but improves on the latter days of the meciii a rut for when play '.ad '"a. Here again is another excellent opportunity for Embers efMfed they had lost fiv. Thai brings us to the last of Embers' serious rivals, and in UM U the majority, of which I am not one, the favourite for UM race. This IS the Jester II. 1 see that he did six in 1.20 last Sunday ml flva m I 021 last Thursday and it was said that: "on the strength f the latter he i .-mains a Brm favourite lor the Derby". 1 must admit mighty cweep at one from Bolder %  i was bowled and the adOd after 98 minutes I.in,iirr (LION In matter for satisfaction. it will ii.' iiiici. : ung to He bow the pace-bowling candidatei i.. BarkerKing, tvlghili anil Atkinson lace up lo the task of winning selection. It is safe to assume that at h ;IM three O. MMM will be used during the tournament. GKANT IS 1'KOMISIM. G ltANT of Combermare who has khown uiipiuvcinent as an all roundai np.\\y :.m.og in Uie buUinu Ut-i>,.iirarul lor ui< ,•> t He should Be encoun "Uoogic.-." Williams' selection la sure as long as he la Ql and i Willing to play. His line oil round form which he has shown recentj.; n %  lea that both the hatting and spin bowling departments will This paii 11 : I. lo run a similar race and win against Embers as he did un.->i Boaasnary last June? a 1 rimdad Derby of 1951. On this, 1 believe, hinges the result ol be ihe nciici and considerably -.trcngthened by his inclusion. ly and ien| ill i undentand thai Oarald Wood is finding it ditiicuit to gat the ,., LN .,, play, Hunta run* Lueaa 1 necessary lime to practise and thht accounts in some measure for tininclusion of De l'eiv.a, wicke-l-ke-eping candidate from Ihe Maibados Cricket league. S.,muel (.ntllUi. the Spartan wicket-keeper barteman lyg aln baecj a.-kisi tu praciise beeauac -r uda, wickft that v. by Friday night's rain, l>al(" lo ln| UM toil Was mi in i<> but by Carlton St. C. Hutchinson. Welch and Murray i %  Lodgi Empire opened their innings against the bowling Warn Wn Hobitiaon mid Hunta lo the Lucas. "wlinB: oi ha poatfJon for the Breeders' Stakes is obscure mainly because lag WeymoUQ] and I-'K'" %  •"• *< fJWI not enough is known about the two-year-olds bred and owned in bM UM WO* rh Trtoldad Prom reports it would appear thai Bright Light, who is a irery fourth ball Murray also gql .. ru i| sister to Bow Bells and Best Wishes, will start favourite. How1 wish only lo add a footnote. 1 hope that when the Derby ia over Dd it has been won by u Jamaican horse that we will not be told %  a clearly demonstrates their superiority and therefore supports that .she should be barred from our classics. We must lllOVf the luck of the game to cloud our thinking. WHAT OF BEST T T HAD thought that Best of the Mental Hospital might ha i been %  know ao little of Gallant Rock that it is impossible for those second dellvi i %  of u treat here to venture an opinion on his chances. But he may who had nut vet scored, I I'.KC Ills Ml i ell turn out lo be good enough to beat Bright Light. : to line leg bul the next bah -, __,„_,.„ „ ... for a single and then u<>t IbCi bun l.m Bl %  eemad to Ixconceii' I *llt.itt. are some others on the list who have attracted my attcnliuii I. itoblnHating on ipoad r.i'.liei th i i in the reports of the gallops and chief among these is Pearly Way. ..-I in the meantime was playing keeping a length anu the gho A sister lo Mr Scott's famous Ocean Pearl, this will be her first outing strokes all uroutul the wicket I ant wno hnows she will not repeat the performance of her elder sister. ,.. ,.,,_ ,,, ..,... %  i, never*] ih li eilh Lodge I I ssouea aL tbatDi LaaVi Bgy, Davoaa, hi i bean atgng well ..: With the score at 18 Police to ll *' k> ,J| "' ol V< li exercise. We saw her up here in November and if she could manage thru And wleV a third in lha Trumpetei Cup In the backward condition she was then £5L-5lr \t^ l S!l Z5S „ u 7£ n e. b9 Wmm "• I am llrmly of the opinion lhat she will be well up among the front i. Ml of UaftSTowr Hi^ 0l5 ^ Mil kU >'<" !" Jbg Bnlgh, if she has Improved It would Be a great day for button w-as II wWl %  "yoraai". Anligua breedeis if ihe could bring off the classic. Frank Taylor the^ jncorid.. .,,„. mu h l)l)bllc , 1 d Dlvf Bombeti uke u miut lbo ^ „ ^ m ; i K ( ,,. lll , lorefrom of the betUng. One thing I am certain of Is that if Dive stood up and played Jl !" %~oB S leaTdellv. of *j b ,,Un n f ,hi " ' fromVreenr id ei t" not, face '"" A ,, ; "omber wins the race he will not oe camera iny When being led In. ..f Bradsh-w. He pulled the second four off the thlid u( Ura unnw? n to Ihe square leg boundary, the M Warrens fourth over. Mr. Mc |1(1 (L* I..urtb lru"k his pad and an ap\ onnr did not appear t u be com;.„„,.„. peal rot lbv was unheM ''"' "' bowling of QO _\^* .„ ia. %  %  I 111 11. Dltll mtlW a>— li.l-a ha n4iul l'"| >t<< chagfefl Ha was invited to the last Trial games in preparation for the B.O. tournament and although he did not 01 shine yet he convinced criUcs of Ihe game that he can ken 1 should like to see htm encouraged by being brought in, even at this late moment. Camtme Smith of College should have no ditlicully ol gaining selection since his performance in British Guiana when ha proved to be one of the few Barbados batsmen Gaikln sensibly. SMITH'S CIIANCKS ARE <.OOI> T HREE opening batsmen will most probably be selected and Smith must certainly IH* one of these. N. Harrison of College, isinK Wl flb at kaeaat batsman has al.n bcci liamc lo ;hoW hW ""an? nnt pressing for hi. Immediale selection but the encourage!,/"""}^ a ^fj' "^"*" ?£ fceSrh i"d iruaC ment which this Invitatum 00 OOUM has g.v.n bin Is a source of ?•. Of"*j? 1 ?* "^ ^ way th,.-c who „ie thinking seriously of future Barbados ^Jbaan added to the store •" •>• ltyer howled Ihe latter fot t. whe.Ilimliru. <'|iani;e In the Press, and for them it seems that tho race U all over, bar the thbatsman mlMCo. a |HiH. Witn [„ r th, ).,. I Jting. However, such as Lupinus. Pretty Way and Mark Twain II.A.K.A. HAKE PLANS FOR INt SEASON Alleyne the li* ,„. m^ektt, lUpper Hu B r. not to ba despised and. frankly, very few raging favourites have T*J ,E B.A.F.A. aw already making plans for tinstaging of the 1952 ••""'' '"l 1 "'-"; first bowling d n a Governor's Cup. Furthermore, there is nothing so extra1 season. At a meeting held a f i in 11 expn i: "." y Dv "I 1 ,'/'" "V % %  % %  Wairen for C. U. ordinary HI Ihe time of 1.39 for the post to poat in Port-of-Spain. The the view Ihat lha H A.F A should now be lespon-.i-ic f... the conrpa '"' <* UiC (Ai \ v \ h '"'' 1 WUtt (...mbler did it just before he ran in ihe Derby and he was only a control of football [iff e,.llit it-,| .. couple of brace. ,, LucM r onlini.t,| ihrec-year-old creolc. '17, ii ha.e appointed a Commiltw to negotiate wiih Mxrily BBar thi. %  "now aOUt t i,„w| m \ \ .,, M| Uist bul not least, one wonders what has become of Ugan. Since Pickwick for th, rental of Kensington nSl season and much depend *e p laye rs to tle pae il.nn tor • on the outcome of theseAlka. " '"" 1 ^. llh u "* %  vorc fll S7 The Council have appointed another Committee to go into the Sine Irs question of the B.A.F.A. becoming a member of the Caribbean FootOn resumpti.-n th, k.tM.n ball Fe-dcration The Coiincll bat more or lees agreed In principle with took things quietly, and got ihe Ide-a but it is necessary to ascertain how far the scheme Is workable numlier of singles With the acore Luca as far as Barbados football is concerned. at 45. Blackman was brought ti foaled I would like lo hear something of April's Dream. Her name has lint nt at all in any of the reports and this Is moat disarung for one who was regarded at one time as a favourite. 1 %  h Embere, no news Is good news about April Showers '"I'MIE Governor's Cup will no doubt see the newcomer Kandy Tuft '..*'"" 1 th '' .'*vourite. Here we must go entirely on the advices ic hi. nam, appealed on the rntr.. list together with a tremendous build *'"t -'Pi laying" up aixmt his return to the track, not a word has been beard about his Llama* second over was progress at exrrnse. Will he be simply one of those who will make maldanlbow l ed to Mr. McCon ie. up the padding-it looks very much as if be will. ;: rolievi i win oi loose we shall all be wiser by next Thursday morning. Warren to Meanwhile, han't wiM. n g everybody a Merry Christmas and may the a In-st hoi and bi night o • On Tagr Fresh Supply of Oifts \ Now hcin.; npi'iii il Ul i ii BOOKER'S t> :o; Wherever ( Im.tma. hntti you, may you b' ad heait] ipaailatl Hui .lon'i ncnic-i %  %  gam ihe day ttier" free trim dlgCiUVC Andrews If em ihe mouth, scitlei the M.irru.h, Ul > ) impunim. •^ et-e <-i- — W-' .eav4as-s >^<4BI>4Ba-i --• %  : %  r%  I'll.'. 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    SUNDAY, DECEMBER !1. 1K1 PACE FIVE .7.V v. ooui LOEE ;:an athletes? Can they be doped like horses? L ET us be quit* clear lui rx.i' have in mind when we talk about doping—of racehorses, of greyhounds, of alhleies The Oxford Dictionary defines dope as '*> proparatu.ii u mi'.n narcotic, especially (or t'odonn. nareotle make a horse run faster. Of the heinousness ol administering a narcotic to a racehorse (or greyhound) there can be no question' and it is not surprising that the offence (or crime) Is regarded by the Jockey Club as deinamtinK the mint severe punishment. For apart from the d honesty and the financial complications nhat na'm.illy result. there Is the element of unscrupulous cruelty. %  miners Stupor n u iiimeccssary to n I > t.ul tn the nature of such substances. A narcotic is a drug itrding to the quantity, por, sleep. insensibiliu, respiratory faiiuic and death. No doubt the malefactors ennageii in their nefatui. arc eSpe)' ling the particular substance most suitable fur their purpose in ease of ad' mlstistrsJUon, and adju the constitution of racehorse 01 ineyhound. And doubtless, too IhfM %  !• skilful in estimating the dosage to produce HI effect upon •> 'tm page 1 Ramadhm not out the animal to tugge t it is just out venc I touch and was at the end rrss five. Total I JO. of farm. where the pitch may have made fhil f.,rm of doping does not the bail lift sUghUy. T. | Cricketing Farce applv to the human athlete. Protaken with the seen at live fur 1. the financial side does Of) Tn ^ !" In de "*<* ilniahrri ZJ not operate sufficiently to tempt Chrutlnni fell >oon a/ter tea to i nhead after nearly a whole day of : I and i itch by Millet off Johnstone. This !" >* x "*fc.illy a cricketing far, %  :, ami the Th long hesitations among kimptrw before the batsman WM eventually ginn out Christian I Six for 55. by Sir Adolphc ABRAHAMS Hoi*, '-'fidical Adviser to the [iOMl UMlM Utaii In generalthe only advantage jny Mich preparation i.i psyclmlogical. 1 have seen or %  uderabl" annefll derived train the sanction of a few grains of >'H I lU that in moments o! Increased capability may be displayed, hitherto unsuspeeten and almost unbrhevAnd the explanation Is this : protect us from dangers and njurtes. Nature imposes Inhibii.ons which become ingrained and automatic To take a simple example we learn to block out from the sensor turn a greater part of the sounds of every-day life for otherwise life would be unbearable. So with exertion, a "governor" HI imposed by the unwillingness to put forth a maximum effort. an Inhibition which if would lead to the aagli and tearing; itself to peaces Reduces lull %  A drug wtucn removes this inhibition, will diminish sensitiveness, paralyse the appreciation "< Saiie — a end eliminate the faculties of judgment and salfw nervation—duping in verv sooth There is such a drug. The immorality of ila use Is i.el(-evident. An animal Is not a free agent, it cannot debate the Hangers and disadvantages, its* %  ipinion .md permission cannot be bought. Hoa Idee the matter stand m relation to a human being 1 It flight be contended that anyone fulls .liveto the risk and willing t that risk and all that Il embodies is justified in doing wha, he Ilk... So far a I ki considerable experience no athlete in this country Indulged. wrrinji corrmairr Hrssavrn Horsos Do Good Gallops Turns* seasou %  >! .H the Trin. Meeting beginon Btt it.H playing line form i ness. and an un,.-u..l lea over five I -' There an there kg I under Ion past two days The Eagle a Brown at I %  UIIIY in I (ft and tw.> I %  %  and tw,. | BUM M I on the tun long* in I M %  %  gallop on the v. %  % % %  • H | In 1.05. Golden Quip n I one nttii neap ov* I S.iit tab Dai aicet: 1.40 i n White COOsp in %  over the distance I fifths the last a I and fbu 23 NO. 203 £MWMn*waM8MMBaK*Ml!H£ ... *•. \ur utieu ait ntiw The Topic of Last Week I WE WISH ALL OUK CUSTOMEHS AND FRIFNDS A HAJ>PY *MAS psj From cm old triond In a now spot — Just a lw yards away £ The Cosmopolituu%  P. A. CLARKE & -\W,\i*M%i\t\f\M\ftM\i\S* i\ 5 '.% t\ J l. J11 Th.Ditf, .i .4 H VMI W.I. Have Chance To Win 3rd Test M M*w aass • %  Sensational New Make-up! ssfMesf Pn */#/#• r ... 1 %  : I,. 1 T.nd : BxcaUous, to take a load leading to .t long lerm of imprisonment, even the lallowi The alia 1..' ptocaaUra> that .. tana afnei. a certain foodstuff or alleged Miniulnnt which Increases the digestion and therefore the general health, so ensuiniK an physical effteienc> WmiUi adverse in' ""ted to a trainer, whether of animals or human beings for taking steps which had so reasonable .a motive? And vet ethical) flcally we are on uncertain ground: we may In* i littli Itdcal Brhan deciding whore legiabaut Test I L'nreal QlM Tlie game was DOW bO C O n i. n i unreal. There was nothing il Wicket thai eould lemotely plai what There match dignity taking part. The game had been remuuso i.' Of .1 village green struggle between two Bides of vigorous but uninformed young men. Or else It may have bam Uv the %  % %  'hat bothered ttM plani 1 the field. Perhaps Uurir gtui| had iimate 'tonic"' end and more dubiuiib reprehensible "doping" begins. What are we 1o dostof hrandy? pcrpetu..! dattar ol *n secret drug that drove the U anything the wicket "ht headed. Whatever it WBt 0M I -anniK eag) and Kngluh shuddered to U1I11K what Hobb \ Test bowler Alee Bedser who was Sutclllle. Honsfoid. Wmnlfull 01 gave it as his opinion George Headley would hive %  %  ''!' ,, ., n ii. that tho pitch was cxactlv similai thought of such an exhibition. „ |o -hose on which the English bnghU-i 1 Icket la t!i. new day. mode this was bright—so hrighi Wcckes Ix-g.m to prove thU „ a i._. lhe r ... scar *'*' y wa •*> %  Next %  l rsught b) %  %  %  \ %  I Ring %  1 1 %  l. v icki %  SO vuanui. %  c Uiulm b . 1 %  %  1 %  11. 1 %  %  th sonic powerful shots that SUBsad linn boundaries past : and through the coves. Guillen was keeping his eruj I|I in .1 f.ishion lh.it was IKT.I.1.1...il. even enterprising but thu v ban Wcekes rlckei at all. Mad Opening There will .lw.y> h* p.rdon'^'^ wSTwJfkS' ," tlT'"' "* l -" 1 "' •• '•"< .".'.V.'', 1 jasflrttJjJiaM! Sfi^ 1 ^ ^ TsZn *£" W ss&vt B *SS5S * -*< % %  ="."uJ%kS& „ si„r„vr'. K: Dunn, Iho 1014-18 '' n^liil... l|.mdhln h.,d opcnl will, ihr !S^ I md* s vl' '.v>..mh , ba ||. 1 on assure yon lhal %  .. Jnuitcrcwht-ie Chstwa fram trS %  Ang*l. Tawny AM*li nrlS Aai .'.'.'.',V,V.V-'.'.V/.'. V.V/*V.'.',*. •,-,•,•,-,','.',•,'.-,',•,•.',-,-,',•,','.'.'.'.'*'/-.'-'-•,*.'.•-'.'.'.•.'.'.'.•.'.'>* J i hriiig the AuslraihM at least troops." but from personal e\'""M "> ag"'" before the close. Gome/. perlment I can afttrm that al''"•"•n . not It A. Men Made Younger By Treating Gland Aung mightily and though" an unmistakable nffi-et m fowled by Noblet. Both these unhopeful openers produced. It is not in the dirocAthlnaon then hit Johnstone for survived for 20 minutes while , tion of imparting "davil" or inthree eonsecuttva lowering four?. Johnson scored 11 with three j, ireasing staving power. before he was caught off Johnstrokes. Then Bamadhin cone Miifc-i One reealls how shortly before itong by Burke who made a tin* on. his Hrst appearance of the Nut "" .-—.„. the last war one of the leading running catch In the remote deep day. Johnson after two wi.ndeiprofessional football loams claimMeld Atkinson 13. Nine for 101. ful missas glanced him for two ed phenomenal results from a Guill-n i Next over saw the apt-earance of gtenda or hormones. Tlie innings ended when ValenValentine or perhaps it was both. ieUd by Nohlet for H immediately had Johnson N*. %  %  nil — ^fl^t • i Zi IkMira >fn4n*W XsassC Tfce II. J f.-l f TAKE A TIP II THERES NO FINER GIFT FOR A MAN THIS XMAS y, 1 I STOP PAIN > , s <( 4 <& SSj "^ ^ ^ , B| s^ ^ •& a*, % MERRY CHRISTMAS! I QUICKLY with Phgftsic Tlie fimous ihrccfolj CTicn of PHEMSIC cablets RELIBVES PAIN, SOOTHES NERVES. C01 VCTS DEPRESSION. No matter how M .'en. no mailer how .-;Y37 FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, 1 VHEADACHES, NEURALGIA.FIU, COLDS & CHILLS/ THAN AN SHIRT WITH THE WORLD FAMOUS ILBVHXIStH IIH.I.IH.



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    PA OF SIX SUNDAY AIIVIH VTF. SUNDAY. DECODES 2J, 1M1 'BABEL' GOES UNDERGROUND THE S TOW of th Polts Hungarians, Lithuanians, Ukrainians, Italians—all working in one tiny village axJfwKUM MILK by. GEORGE SCOTT FROM the pithead cage t 30 men. all looking alike a eight hoU Therv !jlk. and' pink lip* ana lonfUM tape starllingly out of grimy tnitki. Thej look alike. hut •.peak in the tonguc> <.f eight nations. As the pet., l. Windsor CoUlarj Tth wry 8 ood humour "I: *.,; 'elsh who we looked on as foratnjnrra h*r tmm." The PelW %  '<•!. r r-t to BOBM to Caerphillv Mountain four %  • M %  ..re -iill ..! tin Bolltary. Some helped i •Tl tutors, have become *klllni men. rartung. with overtime, up to £ 16 a week. They have married local girls, have saved, and have bought house* in QM datfriet Since the Volethere have been Yugoslav); Hungarians. Lithuanians. Polish-Ukrainian*. Latvian* foratgn -mrkers no* total 1M That is not counting the Scots, the Irish, and English. Add them to the Welsh, call thes" last four Hrltish and we have accounted for seven of the eight languages. All have been absorbed with little fuss cult to pronounce, the Welsh awarded nicknames, as they do to their own folk So now the twin villages of Abertrldwr and Senghcnvdd have not only Dal the Coal, but also Peter fhc Pole. Dusk is beginning to curtain the squat. White buildings of Hie colliery now Up comes the cage again and out jumps a lone man A tail man. a big man But young or old. dark or fair. It is impossible to tell Bui. al a single question. Unmask cracks into violent animation. He turns out to be Italian —which makes up the alfhUl of this.' nations we tientloncd He speaks enough English to prove that he C.i.uim d-nnii. U happy. Very happy He has |Us4 •ranwd an extra two hours in the stooping, waMr-drippLni gloom 1.800 ft toiow. Sa vim's THAT means more money But money is just a means to a wlshcd-for end. The end th.n ona wk jay 'Then." he says, "n. heart will (*• bm from ItaiV. I saved moot? t< and for her Soon we shall be married" That is one icason fnr Olanni's happiness. Another is knowing then' will be work for him tomorrow and for as many tomorrows % %  Imigmatlon can La*,* the olhei 28 Italians in this pit IMrr IIIF •Uoetl,ei in three pits In he comes to Hnt.nn on I lS par contract Aflei thai Uw alionnl Cool Board will pay for his repatriation or he can carry on the good work Gianni -that means Johnny His Bui fot him (hat name means uneindnfunj on a goMen canal Hi I %  %  .'H William Wii' • like III buttress his Judgment, the trl %  %  i %  i live year? WiHm his I baa ambttkm which malt* In' %  >• el. chummv man. |oke Til have to watch I llannl i* not ex.. nthai in work nr unl The onlj n>t demanded by the Wel-h miners is -Are the_V pulling ih
    are needed In this area only seven miners lodges have agreed to accept them Old fears persist In the valleys of South Wales Fears of unemployment. irn in the .rues, fears that the coming of foreigners will end •.he labour shortage, which is uch a strong weapon in wage negotiations In the Abcr Valley at the Windsor Colliery, they seem to have accepted the assurance that Welshmen will always come first. laigtmi SO much for the atmosphere '"' Al.. in the pits. What about the affect of this new batch cf Italians on Hie in the villages'' P early to say H is one woman, slight. gre>h aired, wearing an %  ;•! %  stands, arms akimbo, in bag living-room, within 100 nrdg ithead and a mile of 1 October 1*13 an explosion killed 431* men -the most gi widows tfnd I in the vallev setting p from the 1913 disaster fund Mi i ui %  Evan* has two of tin Italians as lodgers. As we talk they are asleep upstairs iight-hour night shift. %  says. "I gave them spaghetti M h .' Witt) sugar and milk They nearly Utn me. Now they get It boiled in water, with salt, and mixed with tomatoes. Then happy i %  i is %  Nlo ti,t ..-hir da) "Om <|Ult AnolluT Italian •rants t<> cOHM here" "He was mail His arms th" all over the placi 'Tell him to keep away from my home.' he said. MB home That's how BtUtd down here Mother* sons TWO pain of shots glisten on the stairs, ready for the lodgers. Those Welsh women look after their men. "I have no husband, says Mrs Evans. "He died 15 years ago. Of sillcosts." In the hearth lies a ptano%  i in its black case The other lodger. Salvalore Angeline, Is a musician Hut that is not quite the WJ Mrs. Evan. put it •He nearly blasts us out of tho house," she say* Hut adds. "He's good at it. though." Is %  19-y.Mr-old daughter Maureen tenches them English A romance, perhaps' % %  Not on your lite" says Mrs. Evans. "Nolhng like that But you've got to look after \fter all. they're some mother's sons, aren't they?" I. I TRUFORM FLEXIBLE FOOTWEAR FOR CHILDREN IDEAL FOR GROWING FEET MADE BY BRITISH CRAFTSMEN BACKED BY OVER FIFTY YEARS EXPERIENCE SUPPLIED BY YOUR LEADING STORES r lC AIN lla<|lhin lllto Refrigerator Deal 0|>ons PORT-OF-SPAJN, Dae. 18. Mr C R Fnrrvll. City Engineer, on Tuesday agreed that n %  t ....... i. was a unique one. He said he had not lieen officially informed af vh* tniiisacUon. Mi. rrr*u's reply followe*! a quatuOn of Mi Ropar, who had asked him ^iicilui h* had l>eeii treated In IbJl Way in any other transaction of the Council. Tuesday was the second day in the Commission's Inquiry into the Council's purchase—IM*— of four IIM-I i' n:.:ri.ition units from the Hon. B. S. Mar*T~for 118,000. Mi FarraU wai ubjactad to lengthv questionitiK bj Mr. MalCOln Hutt K.C appearirui on behalf of the Attorney General, the Dhalnnan and Mr. Roper on his connection with the circum%  tancai cottnaotad with the transaction. Bafora Uta smallest aud heiirinKs %  > btf, Uta c .,. i, i .... ..i Inquli % %  on H ,!..> iK-nan tuprobe at the I .i /i -l..*i\ % %  Council ChamlMT UltO the purrhase l>> tha Council of four ii ad rafnffarator units. Ih. audlanca heard a long. aaaauad background of the refrigerator deal, which according to Mr. Butt originated In 1948. mpRQ 'ASPRO' brings definite paln-relie' within <**r minutes. The icnsation Is a toothing one You suddenly realise that the pain has faded away. ASPRO' juit doei the )ob nd then disippcars. leaving no trace — leaving no harmful afcereflectt whatever. 'ASPRO' provides Nature wit I* the chance she needs to get you fie again. Take 'ASPRO' when you feel the first twinge or ache which warns you of the onset of rheumatic pain, ncuri'.is. neuralgia, sciatica or lumbago. That r. ;hc way to forestall the constant nagging pun which these distressing ailments cause 'ASPRO' brings peace, too to overwrought nerves—so remember. when you are overstrained, overtired overworkedWHEN YOU'RE NERVY AND IRRITABLE ASPRfe£S., Fcvcrishncss Overcome .,..1 -„i?.'.ih.".fi.'-ii -MI>IW I .1"! > %  -M. k -Ik.l.H* ll m-* •! inliln.l %  ml I... iwiv ••> )h> (r.mi ..( all rir*. I hair irtrd •!•< %  mm It.tm I.(I.IIH<. Ih* frill % %  heat B4 Ih* >tn In ...tii.ii, i 1.1 f.. U r.t II I., tIhr Ml m-.ll. IB. FIT AS A FIDDLE NEXT MORNING •'' %  ""• IS%S I" I">" >h "> %  .rtr.i .' warn WMiri.W.1I*. Take AIN %  uinivNin ALCOHOtlC ArriH linen PAINS PECULIAR TO WOMIN SOUI THROATS llH*(a'Hirh>h*ti wiih J UPRfftabtot* .n.t ., i. i..:.k ..ii.t in ...v. II ii : I am. .ouru ..trh.ll } II T.H 3 Tab cts 3d. 3) Tablets 2/6 OITUNAILC IVEftYWMiM MM r.o*. F-^_.. ... %  • W. B. HUTCHINSOV & CO. ARaHLL STREET. ItflDGETOWD IRONS, HOT PLATES, COFFEE PERCOLATORS XMAS TREE LIGHTS V %  /. S^ \ ^ A'^-aaaiaui CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTD. VICTORIA STREET This is to introduce "T.N.T." the dynamic little figure suggesting energy and action. "TONO" Chocolate Malt and Milk which "T.N.T.'Vepresents is the new Cow&Gate tonic beverage — already famous and popular — a wholesome, energising food for nerves, brain and body, blended only from natural products. And "T.N.T.'s" first message to you is TAKE IT "JO-DAY NOT To-MORROW M Tone .. >;W<5<4W*I;M*3' •.-• :swuv'<*.WMM*s*is 3. X %  %  iS s -. I •5 ... I I .1 s I a %  %  iS %  (J2EET H : j Al the elota "f another Year we look hack with gratitudit<> tin support and co-operation of those we have had the pleasure of scrv-rw: throughout 1951 and take this opportunity of express< mi! our sinriTi' "thanks" and extend Beat Wishes for A HAPPY XMAS IIIIIMIIM, fcVIATKS AXW IIUIIIM. IIIMI'A.W ITII. I i %  %  I J %  %  I I y i T V 1 %  £sso A • 'sp*wfftpFyfpr',ifwfff*fwfs" i'' CHOCOLATE MA LT & MILK BEVERAGE Just in Tim e Ladies* Swiss 17 Jewel Wrist Watches Priced to Sell &f LOUIS L. BAYLEY OF Bolton Lane and Aquatic Club Gift Shop is)ibksA all jAumdA and and diappy Wbtohinq at JGnaA and tivwuqhoirt ike Tbuv yeaA.


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    -I \I>\V HKll MBBJ..U 19SI -I N|l\\ \IIMM Ml W \ FSB-IS NrwSLETTER....Irom SAM WHITE DE GAULLE sees his chance to rule France again FRANCK S % % % %  % %  putt make-up m n r.isssijil .,,,,, } %  .. %  % %  I UU trt-ngle i'. I-MMI mark %  i man Qboui Jown IlKO.UfSlDr: %  5g PoK an % %  n's Ynr Book pet 'Mn you kmtw I HOOKS! 'cm, i>...s at if* k.-t Ste;. .illy interest It g •ho U(Wl There'* l*autiful i'l ihe Ne lln.ld irihmir. Robfa *W _, 1 North Atlantic GnM1MtMI n.el.t are Seu.ng Cban % %  lilllf ^ B Aj sn-ninda it Tl United St--..-. Naejr, \ Thenof jewing, ere rhmTW \ ra nrotMt n0twW hargc. For regu.. charr Bel %  Agad, %  M*< teui 1 fraai of ar tenners' the tor 18 ! %  •> and that': vond-rfui es*ee, you arv Embroidery coune hM grade from the cttn.cn tar rt*rhl up to reallj advancad _price* are fochptl k Here the fee w only 3" I this year 138,896 Aberdeen Ant: ttrar 25 lessons. A •"*calTia haw been registered if I may, burl 4MT and I %  (Ml an-tiaaVae KINO of th,. American l-rceding scene is our eld I fnend tinAberd. Angju*. And—you've gueeaed Bf parl of th.Ian ... HMmj Born] , ,,, mid SUII-S.UKVr" Batniswear of England to Mr VMunalcj when Ms 1 ;•,.',,. Ml Met a oL in lot. %  tw^n on.ur 1 M fir iha (Ta IMLH th.I'tilled Nat. ,,, value. Site* VIWtiata urlatfl an,i IV • WOOth %  In S M Mljrhl .it the m. l^wtMtrr l|,.| I /. ehm.i A ni-n t pure .-<( rr.-i T -i'<*i.+ ...1 then-'ll I. •-I and Chumpagn toUrrti Lba wort oi ;t .so ,-, head, rha DO./ ihe>. AjgemU* mual %  | .. : Bamboo Bar is aim ,. „ the most attiaellV* ^-pols on the a, f lh ,tCm -fm.r. * running the Bar well pan ihel ' l> '' %  "> '""" me huur <>f niidntght prav and when .you Ix plan* w tnoaj .Imul-euma U 1.-.1 K>t % %  innfc 1 rauld h%  IT, Cor .rrtklr-n %  dga 1 ibinh "f a"it 1 Well W.T1I v .lock It: tho herd book, |Ug| 3HH37 ten years ago and U average price ..f g pnre-bleirii Angus i,t aurthm is 9l dull. MgflT, ...mpuml witli 2M in \nd \f f.--t. tbtar Doot-iata are remarkable bu. in 1 tin ed eoconu: flbre fnirti St up. Ttii Is all al I lUrdw.-re Su| plto 1:1. k. 11 st. iwiih oaj I Sa^ .i smart Pirn. • mhggag. %  rpwldnl 1 1 nod lo ii'uih I .n .Liable now Just in. uuile smartly so you're a-hoNa walked '.-< an-i bgfaii 1 you and My to lb* "About (his here Ci. Aad the hi.. I he Arrow S (|uis d VM.IITI.IFI deflnltet> l> Singing ab 1the Mar. XIV A lot of Tractor for the money no other u.'v t.. ilagg ; lv ^ ,,r to lead a national coalttii and nol gf| 1. A M G strongest, ningh, ent Parliament the uller of a cagm. has [feutu. I -tnnce — two Pgfllg II H l*|nn' epar..te mdls similar to the proved track-type machines ... Natneha SandrofT. who naglcampiag the final redttrtlun gear IHtfl KIN*. Uy bflan released from a twoAs In the front ,ixle. the rear Is with an for other right-wing groups eim'1 ; •>" Wearing spt" track Every .tetail 1. r to create a liable right-v ernment Economic fa* rearmament eflnrt hal and arrappy w %  have soared by 25 pri a % %  .hat *(i I...II.IINII III rnpogad b %  rafuU> plannel. even to the %  ined-tn. n that time The gongs are depr< • N ita< hg glngg thi 1 %  nursing dou n he I 1 Imanl the tool-box. %  interchangeable %  %  Dtaaal fui 1. re on TTJU'I II l FTire ..f at %  AII these beaut 1I kn for a trial (but you'll bui li bafora door) and riord own. 1 for the 'engbaggL Thanks to nntln111; hut .. bike to help me n agq It\ .. V. : Marr) Xmas thgt wishing you — none more sincerely than Y. de Usna'l t U g lop of n,oad Btreet al I lm.k U1 ami ba tempted li> lh, mnrvellouMjgrton China. Ibi S T. ft erggaH And look at the •el 1 1 "u're sungoing -o need one at lea-t in tli nigh' m lluvarl. Cgjanog, Suedes from as low ai B7j40. The tUtnt is hilmnun* %  in priei M .1 grant. I %  1 82c Its Bural United. 26 Swan M that's hgrrl tfc la-at. An i Uw the i*st poatlblg cifi rait* plain and Look at those desirable Rug* olourfiil pattongj from |t.!4. from Arabia, made of Velvet)that'.even hardet lo beat En Danger Of War Has Become More Unlikely;: phtttl and p-ortrayirij' iha brightos] 1 — and only $8 *' Then'** Italian printed Spun* '.hat reallv aril fast no am DM %  1.1 v..nii tod re! lent tofl f' thi MddBBI tilled Rubber Animal for and !>• m h gi 1 onb fi Fatninnlon' I %  1 ijamas and all sorts of plain l.odi< f 1 om i %  Beltioweii rnoM from SIMN .nd ..alee beautiful SatinI kdo, and iot of In ..-lie* like Bueklt ind and. b) th. gray kablc Cotton Print! iTer ygrd, TrsMPg %  Me. per pai art th.new Hit' Btoi -ti, SAYS CHURCHILL LONDOH :< %  %  „ ., Hrn.sh FMme %  !:,. "i„u"; and Irifest aiitlmi %  .! %  UMtuwdoor wvniul UvtondMM |w Utely thto ChrUtmai %  %  fit-llw. ^rmii "u-i not bp -1-..I.I -;i|,;..• "111..I. %  waj ..|..inm~l ..j-ul. |ut as h"j matiao western, rtfa us deterrents have incren ed ic 1 "( the Korean wai wag at its peak—or uanierhaTbc... ; JJ *XktC ^SLUTS Churchill's -daUrroni ni to Wck tba West out at { rs. itotnk wpertority, the riru; his tall rviih Truman, lb* wun of air bases around Russia in* • *l ' Men There olplonuta wotikl not gvM jng units of at 1: %  ,ribe their attitude an optlEnfilnnd. and Uv and wllUngj at any H ls Mld p of "raull Elsenhower. Ilsrusftng o specttioug pessimism." slowly and faltevingly it • -:nar. —F.r. GET IT INTO YOM HEAD! MACLEANS 'J>2'SIOJ& JM TOOTH PASTE keeps VI1VID ^/yiJJ'J^ and healthy AMD YOU CANT GO WRONG! ne or Pond ihe nsOU and waip, nou'hh evtry hair glaml ind erR-ihiiaga osth li vidai nourishment o the scalp ami I ked Qulok-tu Ml It Oalntr;.] ( n, [othMa to liave baby lutikii. .M.i MM. AKTRDR 1 %  LU •n\>iii.D SCOn ft Cat. I..H. 11 %  11 \;;.;is a < % %  %  < UH) A CS KEY BRANDS TO BETTER AND CHEA PER LIVING! \ W.VrV/W'V'*.V.*,V/' ... T/.e H.,;i /*r.a f treaafre nml Waal Af.irrraa/Mf f orre*|fi(fr>nre .ill,,,,,, gggsj HarlUT POSTAL TUITION •t IOIII uny In s|H|>s in tlw rarrrr of ynur choice — ml ^OU W •• •-, BOI aaMkae. K-...a • • •Mar — —t*w'fm T*" li *OU* C**UR HtHET "~-""a %  ••* %  li*-".. %  ataaMaa* P 1* la-sii.-i.,.,. a ..,•1*. .| .r<-r.>||hl ba-fa< UM S'Ir a %  ili-S. %  .A. If yJ o ret | ** rsr; 1 e U !i'. ''.. (Ifca.i Wan) -.-. awJa r• % %  .. i>— .1 CM> %  %  oVM gbga-, IU4*| iigssalaaag wa. H„ ,,,,, 1 to ui on any subject. Direct Mail to Dpt. 188 TEE 3ENNETT COLLEGE LTD. SHEFFIELD, ENGLAND .-,'.-. '.'.'.;::•.','.::•.'.'.',;>. I Young fii'iirc gel a u-nn.lrrfnl lift limn %1,ildenfnnn'Maulrnetl.-' P ii-.u rM so eiirvegeMlulllnsj, \lanb-ncMe* ttivag siip.il> MpilOii .ii.l figure aep. aratiuii. CoaaC hnoia yours toflaal In \niir (nvorifefahiies. Centime Maidrnlorm hraiglarea ire aisle ..nlv in the Inilrd Matr.ol \n>eiica. WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER BROADCLOTH Ski AT SUCH LOW COST. TOO %  tin-* sjBfJ ..' "fVi.made" th pleaae I he men You'll like the Watch Ihe etriting -it comfortable. c*>l we.u Raleigh Print l.rnanV end boys in your fanti' eauy eewing and wimh. ig Raleigh %  amooth in texture and unusually durable .. Ideal for ahirta nnd blntiftes. in addition to pyjtunaa 'Hie low QOBl will inrpraM vou* •Try Broadcloth by "Teg made" today Wmn.11 eveVywIaWe ire buvinc it Bo aure in enk for the identification bands and 1 •-.' tub-foal "Tex tnade Hr< -• ii



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    RUMMY r>FffMBFR a n-.i SAXT.% II.US AT Till: IUN kS SUNDAY \DVOC\Ti P\G1. NINE Seawell Report CPL WILFRED BEST a. SanU Clan played at Ha-unic> Rock* on Fti. Fwld .P prank] i i J l! nay, s HaMI*} t. Clark J V > .. H Ma '• rxrW MM Allan K lair AH WHMA, Car In la. Joolan Ati EUiiiPi). !! Dotrvn Robtiu. Shu la Ann Ciiwico. Jv M UM i 1 Iran. tilUM OMWU PH I %  %  .,-... Allran KlHxln. Oa tfc i. .IIXH I'iruil Hi -P. MM I ON i mii\t M InnMaa) K -I*. Audi*) Bournr. Charm I'arslvuu. Hi w ft a I'aia i IV Ja,-t.ti OatUuac Ball. B.r> I Ball. Mx* Tana, s.i'.. tt. •.-. A | i. DrNab Calt-.ir David Panahavr, FMfM Iho.rwa. Elirabaih Adami Ja-k Maraon Harbour Log In Carlisle Bay fcch p.anKlyn D K <* D'Ortac ftch I-t.nl . .i II M V ; Uwl H V AnUrr> Brh Ii Hi.. Adu .. 4 *.->i M %  PlorMW KMwuirl. Iftl Koullna M aVI> SU.i.a-i. M..II. N 1 Mine*. Brh aToMa* A Kit IV Ala 5 <* l*dv HH.n. !• %  lutit n H.L-ll. (.' %  I | I .. | t %  ' I I Christmas Music At The Rocks giesa with the car park and roadHtuldtriK lu the Parkin*: t. -MMaiMd ItM "latllWII V. I t by Uw SM %  port Co—KtOO Tin fu nas born compl. %  iDf lo ho U a u^c i and DM TI %  ireariai Batti ; now tn pro %  %  i, of n • iir l itru in inert the ren %  s, %  ..i • Port HMM %  %  The ground signals rao -i LO hM UM I i AArtM" Iiave boon completed an | %  • >dy tor UM. Ma-Ul stud lo delineate, and %  %  f Tr liM'otMal,. dui ill. (ii 1 KATOM Krui-h VVI-M I. MIL ,n .\itwa\<. \ii Richard WlUli c M-n-jIiT 4 .U.W.I.A. was aa through B—wll cn i-'Ute for Piarco. having rt'lurnr>i from the United KuiKdum and UIP i. ••.itiiigin.. wtMiT he attended World Sales Conference la PWil TruriH Canada Airline* Mr. M. A. Johnson. TC.A. Sta%  ii I'uiiHulU'i 1:1 Itt'iinuda armed in tinColon] on November 10 for a *l*y of one viafe Bca,n|] i,...:, ( il | %  -nd 111-. 'he month u %  I OSS paiaenger • till lb .jnt. an , Ui Mail. Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth 1 Stopped in 24 Hours DRINK & ENJOY I i'i-tlult',1 %  Ldaa A: frail a-T-rafi lb %  %  table ahow ift movements by type of rafl. ind passenger traffle by witam -r PJLL Cnnimiller Wttnj of the Facilitations Committee scheduled for Slit %  KM oostp-ned until 19th Datambar, \K\. L0fM| ". i t ..nui.i n.'ii. II THE MUSIC of the Police Band created a Xrr vo] Spirit iinong the palroi %  ( I WM "i UM workmen uf tinUothe Station Services in H. m..do', rlmOBl <>f HlshwayA I l?th port arhlUl cycling along on the %  Auport naai tna ul which were aung thi %  ce Joined in CUoBee In TrinioiMl W ill Ignore Hunsom Driuaiiils IV 1 L. Uarlier. Assistant 4 Paaat aati and Bta%  s. Montreal, arrived b] l"lh November, to "•%  uccupie.1 i, v ili s Offlcert Mess Room, was at. .i snake Klidinn along in lie prompt!* <' II.I r.tkinK ,i tairU MBV3 %  '" %  i' i in pinning a batwaa n oma rock* Ha then rushed back ha % %  ">" Mi Johnion who waa unahli pfOUBI hi* stay here. Hi .... f in,..f UM Con"''" % %  •* oa eek in thi i ntpactad t.. ratun Band frorn tha '> .'',' ""npiete the re-orgam-..,4, pan Manaaai whoghot it. 1. meanMr R.MS McKeti/ie. T< \-. u ied 5 A ilnt plao Tt-sident Ucenced atochanh Bai rirovunrerencr •' ita • niest part Had by the bados. was away on two vaek loava Mr. H. Irwin wh.i bohk B Rataon, a*nHar poM la Naaaau.. B 1 ... prp, ind who mi In Barb 1 boll loj was praaaad mto aarvka Mi %  '' %  irwin h.i1 11 reaaaianed lo Nai, aau for a "further period <.r 1. i r ol * '' Mb Hal Basbn T.A St.dlon Uanaoar, Barhadn*. hai %  fORT-OF-SPAIN I luuoo vowini ransom danianda from %  ben of the local Chli 1 munity at the K Charlotte Street. Port-of-Sp lalt Thursday. Cha-*Bblpl : Father Xmas" would prubablv uressed in trafif loved on.-. he-Id h\ the ConaBiunJitt, but local Chim said tbay wenpraparad t mi ki %  '• 1 which h thesacrin.e. i.ithi'i :ti p .. • io aach of th to the rupixirt ..f tin !< %  • Ransom demands :,,., ^'""<>. K.-ltoA.C Pilot has asmade by ihe Conununlati on the 1 •-' m ihe Bi I in Council aumao duOOi with tha compaaj) millions of Chin OcHHll und >* "lationed in St. VlncOOt over the world with f. K.I-.M. of raising funds to carry on the "1 upraaaad their surK.L.M. o[>eralcd only one 1>C-S .SlltHHIl HO Hill was latOI identitit.l bj 1 |p 11 1'ei.ira Dj H.W I A ,1| na-nit "i be Boa *. onati k UM .. tarn* wall known la TrtnM i' .1 U10 1....Hurl (pronouncod Uiouflit Hi %  i'tile may have I.. ,1, nUy transporte,! hum Trinidad recently purrh^l i,v hun UOO Of Un B.G. Airways Qrinalad Director of the ignedf,...,, '' ( % % %  >'b1-..h Mete..,„|„gir..i .... Service*, arrived ii %  1 oloni on %  mbar, i5i foi nagl ring hi tt 1 1 ropoaad Mk %  1 in |U i v %  Hill. On CJLPaaaa ll. 1.alar. v il, F Br-ll B-a| 1 nil.. R II. %  ran Trl-MaJ l> P I,..,.. II s W*U fend VCalrolt I I.n|iimi DfM's Good Gullop havi ittalnad %  ... C B. Rl with tha AJrpoti Managei I tad a ii" rtatlonad Tr nuitd w;s aoeontpanlad bi 1 fe. Mi 1 %  psa (ram si 1 %  i( II %  La*v I ra* AaUaaa W milb Manl*'4t % %  %  l-OHT-OF-SPAIN. r> Mr. Tass' Liiptnua staked his claim lo t.. ( 1 In tha G '* %  Riband* even Ot Ihe T T I maMeeting when ha 1 a very impressive gallop on the %  track on Bund • last. A larpe crowd of lurflti and trainers occupied the ,are\ O. t. :,na ,hp Kround* %  p.irk S.vannah to sec I do let-down l ng th mo.ith. bringing > Burbndlans who are tmhli "i v.th C P.I M. Resort Airlines Resort Airlines OpOratad •' < h.n -r nights during the nwnth con) Wovembei iiarad with 16 in October, brnM> Alraa iVi Mr. I. T. Lawman of the Branch Of N.I'. 6 Directorate or Naviga • 1 Pleat (Control of Navigation 1 Of the Ministry of Civil AvItion arrived in tinColon: ins 1 frorn Buenoa B.O A Trinidad) •|-KI> ltriii"s Nelson" I nut the R H S Of ti. Lad] Nfison -vhi.h uana r WM* In Touch With Barbados Coaatal Station Irregularities In IMfld Oovt. Dhpts. I..|i ViT. .' 111. MlfjwHM Coa.1 Siatlon %  5 AlCoB Pr..-'i r.nadlan C Ot.iaiMa Coiinint, S S I'll Ver V111/. Mi B-nnrr .11 iiaatti Sanflmsv:a. MATES or I:\CII \\i;r te. p' %  .; art p. 1 PORT-Or-SPAJN Do 19 The Lady Nelson is %  por where he apanl Quttt 'me (1) flight into Barbados durinj; tim* d 1 Ul ln| mattan relatinn %  nth i"A r Kavli itton Sat Seawell Aerodrome Control Airport Manajar, at wall 1 The number of Aircraft movefr*i hand InlorniaUon Ofl tha Anrn-nts handled liv OOBWall ACT* I" 1 ' l 1 >oo*e.i developtiifiit drome for the month was IB" • .nip-red with 219 durin,' I Personnel Ihe La*f> Nelson alao brouaht 1 TI compnacd of W landintj. nnn Mi II Richards was given a nul M Takes off. the nunibe, |H>iiivr> hour* r.l Ihl Anjdel tMn 411 i . .< %  UM ISSMttl tan ... %  %  . VUl.i. IWi-aar. nil erf if KB-OB OH :rin-M P 1-1.1 %  • w i A 111 u ia T C A IS IS r. I M i> M xr-atHT a . "Lady" Off Dock I Mil %  The schooner I'hILp || i. „ ,.i -..ken n., I .iU %  i paaani %  %  Brighten Up For Xmas Wo have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS-VARNISHES T. HERBERT Ltd. EsUhll-hrd IBM tin %  (..ir ,1. .1 II COI.UI'CK •jTKtin -'-----*----,--'-•-'-','-*,*,',',*,',','>',•,*,-.-.*.-.--'----,-,*.--CALLING AMMttt # %  '/• i-'iiif Hill HiBrffuins m iMui.'i • %  a. •aim il il CORK IIP i DtlrttOJ I'ai kaes of 4 X H. &f .Ill 111% 90 Clgaiattes—|3 20 Presentation Tins of Sharp's Toffee of Mackintosh's Toffee BOXaB OF CHOCOLATES in ', and C i KNIGHTS DRUG STORES W/aWVaW'/^WWAW/.W/.',*//.*.'. %Sajilk^ iii It's an Investment Here are some of the most uacful gift*. GEOUS FRENCH a ENGLISH CARPETS I 111 Nl II In iic 6(1. <" x Ml. I" Katll an. iv x iin. 7' i.... "III. W x Mfl. 9" r.nch I M.l.l-ll. in .izr 4(1. G" 7(1. I n h Ml. x 10(1. C" Kncli Mt. x I2li. lack 1(1 l.s— in iif 27" x 53" Kach 27" .14" Each IMSM $273.ll • :: • 11 H tni7 :u l22.f.l II! Hi • IIII CAVE SHEPHERD & fIL LTD. 10, II. 12 & 13, BROAD STHf : T • '.'•* .iVp."a"i.i. r-a In •• %  %  COOLING & REFRESHING 244*. Tl.\ Amosan Tar a Y rrh—Trent* Mul* He bright... fight your! HEADACHES while they're slight! Whan aacaachai saui -aaa paorrp.otarooriuovef badalaaaca aa i ...r. 1.1. Una Mraai M id. tin dan %  %  >i ">"•• '<• pwi it asadad for oattasaraarl laarbllai effai*iMOBaoi . tiki -. itan plaaaaH ta.t ing, lnl|>. II< pain killing anali %  1.1 llarmleas mi DM >'>a %  > .-M iimr ... i rara rahaan mio a ' Nth ii In* imoa i. aa Khii ate anlab iBat) i o*akdi icnlafi ,. ..., hand *l*a>tl /L. Ilka Seltzer helps millions daily fie' lka-Seltzer LEARN TO EARN sS^fl/W^ 111 ]if(io\l SLIPPERS BLOUSES SCAbtt I ItANDBAQS in Plaal l>RRSS I BffOTHS SWIM SUITS --i H KINOS IIANDKBRCHIBn in Bog. NYLON I'ANTtts si H BARRY s I'M i I'M ClOYA, YARDLkY'8 it I ATKINS! N'S till iflrij& j MUli IS I \: Plain Coloun ind Btrtpi I iH r SHIRTS In I n and rurquolaa abn %  biK rental ol I %  % %  TIBS In i*i iln Cotoui it ind i mtcd i i • I'Y I AM AH i., nn.il qualm. .. i MVrtHS and BELTS B V i> and |.rroa SHORTS IVK.WIIN IIANDKKKCIIIKI-'S U At U;\l V.\ S KM VI AIN PI %  i YARDLEVS MIAVIN'! SFTS They Wan I lii\S the lil(it! 't'l *"oitmeiit |aj lOWII SWEETS HAIR BRUSHES I us SHIRTS, BELTS PYJAMAS and ', ll< 161 r.lRLS' PANTIES. HANDBAGS and ANKI i tNTS DRESSES, COATS and SUN SUITS HARRISON'S-B road Street "-VaVs %  i GIVF: THI. OlD j J PEOPLE A I H BOTTLE OF 5 |HALLS WINE* For XMAS I < NOTICE I >ur Stan will In. loaad .. MONDAY 24ih Dl.tl \IUI.K. H. Jason Jones 8c Cc Ltd. I m w 1 %  I l It l I Christmas %  %  YOUR OLD FRIEND with just a I NEW LABEL | A lei %  will lie felt at onee.l %  allng, bull I full 'f the! iawjaj %  I %  a %  iHIJCl nFllllllllinil$ un. g s 1 IR Ifhaaj I Ca - M-w. Kiil*ht^ i t.i asr ItHH.krrs I III *<) M M:II I I ii t iNDl FlaaTo M Mill II K.\MV V M) I* ' i i iti.su IN un ii II BlrtfTI IN • I %  c CM KADI IM EI'M \ i -Hit T — Tennents •alaoi I OROM \ I H>|l WWI i i %  il COCKTAJJ i HRESI sTTatAWI til i i i Mi I -i rORi \II i CSsSBM I i*i IB t ABBOTS <)> mil' 1 t: UPBJ Kltll.s BI V Kill It IE 11 > \l -iii ILIAM li\MI I'M I I It*. — Sill HKY — PORT (ilN DATU < WM or inin i inII ii l n \M \i i(\i hi KJ BTOCKINOH s M II I.I MS aar ni > M Canon 4,30 | I1 '. .30 Kl I.SC in. .; 1.13 lb i .ai .. LBS I In .4 M II. LSI STAXSFELB SHUT A i .. #.**#. /,y,v,wvv .-.•--.•--.•-•-*---*-'. --'-.'



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    I'M.I I ICIIT M M>\V \H> (M ATI SUNDAY. DFCCMMH 23 l5l BAKRTOj£|Al)\t)^E I O IK lira.. -I *.l4,it". Siiml.... OnrmrH-r 23. I31 lit, I MM. OVI'S %  suit t.i the hurricane in jam.i %  th< chaaglng attitude oft!.. ...vein mem to the subject ; | ( :niii lean < lv *' In UH d n Mm down tlM poor houses "f the .kwrer middle elm. That isul UthOrlUM BN BOW cunsidplaits in Kingston lor aiding the midlUdLand bmM far the first time, their homes. And th .localise what Jamaica doai will no doubt influence the : ma Waal bicttea Indaad than %  i> good tkUnp tfdm Trinidad wl,*n M builders I I %  Barbados too the I the pi middle classes are met* hkt I bahaai ; particularly an more and radu%  i class and arc becoming i ma tact thai Increased aragai i:.lly anywhai the middle to build houtae What is wanted in Bail..ni.iv is active encouragement by the Government "i everyone who a/ante i>* build %  home The relatively email number Of rich people who can afford to build homes now. obviously need no help nor encouragement to do so But there are not many others who can afford to build without assistance from a rich relative The very ItrSt action 10 be taken by the government to encourage house building is to provide income tax concessions for those who are buying houses through approved building societies. The next steps are to encourage builtlm. lOCfttUaa by remission o( CUBtomi dtltfte •*. n< rrssary imported building materials and to give inis m buildimsocieties the assurum < %  they require before they will tie up capital in building socr The provision of houses in Barbados has until now been mainly understood to be the provision of houses for the slum dweller*. The conditions under which people still live in so many huts and hovels are so bad that it is not surprising that attention has been focussed on providing relief I. .1 BK tr ama eases rather than on encouraging everyone to build. Hut a greater evil has resulted Iron, this cuinviUration. The cost of house buildim; hal i leafl out of all proportions to what people can u/Tonl to pay. Housebuilding has become something for the very rich or the very poor The professional and clerical classes have little hopes of ever owning their own homes. This is obviously an evil to be set right. And it can only be set right by reductions in the cost of housebuilding and by incentives to build. The government can give incentives by actively encouraging building through income tax remissions and through special privileges to buna tide and Dropeflj I'" ducted building societies. These actions of encouragement will directly lower the costs i.f Imiluuu'. homes, hut the\ will have immediate subsidiary effects on costs of individual items of building materials. It is instructive to compare the cost of %  running foot of windows or door frames made of pitch pine in Barbados in August 1950 with the cost of making the same size portion of window or door frame from the same material in Trinidad in October 1951. The cost in Trinidad was forty cents compared with 84 cents in Barbados. The comparative figure for the same size of window sill was 90 cents in Barbados and forty-live cents m Trinidad. Wooden windows which cost $3.88 per square foot in Barbados in An f i oaf |L00 pei square foot in Trinidad In Octobei 1951 Barbadian doors cost $3.66 per squat e I.'"' as i ornpareo With $2.50 in Trinidad. What is the reason for the higher costs of the Barbadian article.' The answer is that m Barbados these made sli>wl> by hand, whereas in Timidad they are mass produced in contractor^ shops it Is evident that as soon as encouragement is given to house buildan that the demands for certain standard portions of houses will necessitate the growth of mass production centres and that housing costs will decrease at least by the saving made between mass produced and hand produced work. Nor arc the above the only figures which reveal where costs aie higher in Bai badoe than in Trinidad. Plumbing is a very expensive item m Barbados' buildings, It represents an expenditure Of approximately £200 in a house that wilt cost C3.000 to build, in Barbados lavatories and basins cost far more than in Trinidad. A lavatory basin which costs $48.00 here can he pun Trinidad tor $35.00. Cement too is mote expensive here than in Trinidad. It has risen from $1.92 per 94 lb bag in August 1950 to its present price of $2 73. In Trinidad it coat $2.40 last October. Hard core for concrete Itoors is much less expensive in Trinidad at $4.20 per cubic yard in October compared with $* 04 par cubic yard in August I960 in Barbados. % %  f the difficulties which be--> IKclearly seen. They am briefly, due to lack nl ve to build, i \i i certain portions of hOUSO! and continuous using oosts of building materials following the rise of freight rates. %  hese are the major difficulties. There are many others. %  "f them can be solved by a sweep of a pen or by a sudden determination on the t the government to boost housebuilding The -.hoi-tages of conducting pipes and the perilous condition of the overloadtd Barbados Baetriettj Buemtj Company i> relieve.! overnight But some be taken to %  %  ken if R i badoe is to continue bulkti"! even on the mode et scale that goes on to-day. "WOULD* >OU 7£ 1L •> -At>Y, HOW YJU i-OI THAT sH'Nl" '" CRM -. Pfatea **% LAT*NC wr • OUNMt.UN^ 0 A Bit UK UNDtKiM-JD"^' yean KF.4.IOV\l IV>I TliK decision of the Regional Economic Committee to postpone the appointments to ihe Important posts of Eataeutive and el tha <* mmittee and of Trade Commissioner and Assistant <' mwnssioner to the United Kingdom cannot have passed without comment in informed West Indian circles. Much light habeen thrown on the difficulties that must have surrounded the delegates during their deliberations by the publication of certain information which ought certainly neve' to have been disclosed to the public, in a Trinidad Newspaper. The business of selecting candidates ft r these important posts cannot properly be conducted by lobbying nor by newspaper campaigns The disappointment which has been Felt in the Weal Indies over the failure of the I '..rninitteo to make up its mind is due to the fact that the Regional EcoI omk Committee is the first West Indian f its kind qualified to speak with unanimity on all matters affecting West Indian trade Its ex.st.nce proves beyond iMg Urt H.M'"^ !" !£ all possible doubt that the West Indies and t .fj ort „ w h,ct. ihey may mak British Guiana have reached a stage of coenable tbasa to meet th. operation never yet reached by any previous governmental body. That is a very welcome sign for those who believe that the West Indies can only achieve effective :.ing power in international trade by maalting with one voice. The regional approach which is so often held up as desirable in other fields of West Indian enleavour is indispensable in matters affecting trade. Other countries are plainly not prepared to deal directly with a lot of small West Indian units. That is why the foimaon o| the RegtonaJ Economic Committee aarUef this year was hailed with enthusiDim and hope by all those who believed thai it was an instrument capable ol dealing effectively with the frustrations and inconsistencies which hamper West Indian economic interests. The West Indies will not exist internationally until they have agreed to form a Customs Union and thereby become a single trading area. But even without full Customs Union the Regional Economic Committee can speak unanimously and effectively for the West Indies. [1 can do this because of the special privileged position it enjoys with relation to •West Indian Governments. Since it is composed at present of major West Indian politicians and their advisers no West Indian government would dare to oppose its decisions. The failure of this all-West Indian body io make up its mind un the lour important appointments which have to be made betore the Committee can begin to function fully must come, initially at any rate, as a %  hock to those who realised its regional nature Bui is this failure a real failure? Of is it a sign of West Indian solidarity in the face of individual attempts to apply pressure where statesmanship and cool thinking was required? The answer to these questions cannot be made until April when the Committee meets again to make their decisions. Meanwhile the people of the West Indies will be pal tent knowing full well that the first practical step towards closer association was taken when the Regional Economic Committee was formed That step will have been taken in vain and will certainly be bogged down unless the candidates selected to fill the four key posts are chosen bei msr of their fitness and qualifications to ensure the Committee's permanent success and for no other reasons. Postponement CSJ1 be interpreted in this event as a triumph of West Indian commonsense even though there remains a feeling of disappointment that the major politicians of the British Caribbean could not come to an earlier decision about appointments which have to be made sooner or later. Our lt>*deiM ST %  In /'liK/if ni AeJdrWM To The Editor, n. dissert. # SIR.—After reading the Governor's Speech delivered at the opening of the Legislature I can truly say that it was indeed a really eloquent one I consider our Governor -is one of the most Christian man In our midst and may he ever tmue along such paths. I do hope and pray that the Almighty will send a few more laymen along with tovemor to direct end guide the people of this island of Barbados. Ynurs faithfully. M. V. TAYLOR. Statham". Worthmgs, Christ Church. 22.12.51. DISARMAMENT TALKS -DAILY PR*SS CONFERENCE fcSBOOKS WE Have A Wide Range Suitable far — CHRIST MAS P RESENTS AIIKM.lll. VIATIOXMIV. *Mia*aiiiiwMvr Suai\Vas Always King ... amonnst Excellency Sir William Colewrite* the bruoke. Companion of ihe %  fo witn tne same franwUKj fttobe'i ilvaleni >f Carlb Call%  >* ' % %  Oedsi ii jrou WMI ii LOOS] u v... as two daughlbs etc. that when sucar. Ltr F. Austen "• foUowtaa *iiuauu shall rt uubltt BMSUna w.^ H-W lsraa number of 1 iV ** become vacant of UM Ute .New TOWn Moil on j,u, ' 'Img them then ai, itu. waan eve i rht Stiins Band <>f ms mth iuecessoBi shall be paid reduceu were paased. %  played bstwasn the act. How nmlnlSGSSn o( today's There were briif Uo K u-ge Ihls rxtrat-t loar, UM '' %  '">'''* l<-aving d ii-. uiutioo^thJt H Suaai has become one of Ue neceasiliea . storms and 'us book 'The book*, stationery and other mnlSSftBB into the Unt.ed K-igdom ThSOrj 0 Btones" WS1 being re.-.denial expenses); each poll" when compared to many <>i ihe ewed M tSTSWSJ a Newfoundmagistrate for. Bridgetown £250 dune* imposed OD BSHBerOOS %  '""'. Town Clerk £150; collector of article* of luxury is as d rime til..' A n, s "eems vcrv modern and market tolls £85: and others. to the greai bulk of our fellow very up l date and is what we It wv during this period oi subjects r the Mother "country •* would expect to fln<' four years begeneral retrenchment tha: UM to ourselves: and ihat In the nrm '"* " a Monument to Progress "Kaletot" was worn. It was. 11 advertisements never lie "the most imUesnanly neat and ronfortablc |maul SVSS invented." It cos S5 and was a most fashionable coat made of fine Lama cloth. If yot were musical and had not got a mi III your pay-packet you might have brought me Challen and Stollis piano which was being advertised for $250. By GEORGF HUNTE Ano if you ware one of Ihe lucky who could afford i t hat INK iiiMs It is the duty >f <*ir ^iii'ulturallsts to apply UkSBS%  StVSS iiidrf.itigal.ly ti. the .usCOVery and use of every auxiliary which science and skill may 1m„..„ with a vi,w lo Ihe production *• 1851 Exlubllioi, at *, ftTSUI S out Mapla conmodllia nt • *"**"• l">wc theshock Ito I and of an unproved on cumin, face I., (M with an •mnlitv sbslract ol rcvenm.ind cxpcnriitSSi* IB) Quit.1.1... k M the luicftir Ihe (ju.tf, endedSJul.. the ahlpmcnt or a Jew thouisnc ui_V liH... M, .7 uie.i indls >** Total icv.nu. i[13,JM . "rlcka which ariived rron. LiverW„l indie. In 184, we.l India ^^ on January M|h „„ u d ,.„. i'lhi! enn nlT.7 the "Jor ">.. ol revenue, were lalnly have attracted ,our notice ,r , ,1 niftolen Wtorn. £4.140 17,. 6d.. Colonial But the chancre are thai X £5. MThut?dr^eraht N !" Toiuiaptl.S7S 1T.I Imi I,n, the pinch like ever,.,„ "make .usar ptan.at.on, '.1 J ?"•"• %  "" "*%  *"*" b *** hC G """ '" J;IV with sugar a thai price. One *'•*;•* 3l * lion in British Guiana which J h <; P" l*partment I hoimhl for SIRIMWI n £3. %  • %  19*. Sjd. the balance fl.. : i?SLFm$SFi %  .s,5 5 ...,...,. •'-• %  ;;M /^ i inc. oastl expenuctl. *U sol | ft !" **? tH,^ RuJtSZT"*** S(i80rt tilt Hid '.187 10*. was Tomwet.very hard but lif. "P^m n eduentlomil granta and went OO, as H doetoday. An. f %  -* 4s ul ,,n esnl HI schools some people must have been *\* ThFire Cm,.;, ,y Depnrlmento read in (he Glok* of January received the coni| iratlVOly tars' 28 that fresh oysters at 25c. per rm or £230 IBs. I I'd. dozen, geese a'. 20c. per lb. and A great deal of 1 hl is shed on turkeys at 20c per lb. had *:i>t ' %  snlariirrr. v .1 l., Oovn Vrlvad on the ice vessel f,..in i-ent Ofttclals. Boston. Things w. re b*co ning so serious The yOUDJ men liable for by 1830 thai on Tuesday, J-uu> illUry lervtes ISSOei (he MUrUS • Retrenchment l.ill waa read in Ait wars being warned to report the House M the Orel tune. The rolmen: in the 1st or Royal preamble to Uns bill began by sayRafbiwnt of Foot Guards, the ing "whereas for th reduced price Corps of Ufe (;uard.-. the 3rd ot of the staple produ. %  of the Miami SI. Philip Regiment, the 5th or S' occasioned by the admission of — n nmaicuri perf0 M M SatSnd into as will |hs Mtnv Monarch' 1 enaole the inhab lants of tlu> and the laughable farce of "Say<**sd lo mint their dlfnculties. ing" and Doings" to a most Be It therefore enacted by Hi* ith the frightful n.itin it ivould DO tonjSl warn !.ubscriben t<> par thrudebti M And busiiieh> v,,t; would it ve ndurert BMn and Moas if awan Btr att to i> ihe Glow in .l.tnuarv 1847 for a sei :> I the toUowtng Dotloe* Please to Pay The subscribers (Blkin and Muses) have to claim urgent and substantial attention to the present appeal for payment. . Should thi s advertisement not Bktel Witt immediate attention persons arc thus notified that and summary proceeding;, will be peremptorily ted.... Should any uf their (Honda U persuaded that they can rely on the subscribers' continued in.nformcd that POSITIVE. PAINFUL AND I'I'BIJl' measure must be resorted to tii tores them without delay to PAY! PAY'! PAY'!! Not even credit was good on 1 lundred years ago. DMb* /r. anil Mra. IgBSOrw lhal Utriw — \ninEduiinl* $mf$ ; %  m: i:\t.irsn HOME M> Sdvlca la Un Iwi % %  i l ossr* he purrs on the dance make who live together in The bnghsu floor. "Ladu." h %  dancing fhe as mad as a hornet who siis there keeppeople Koe always giving other side of pou." to lxHappily And how ftw ..( the intelligent M IM1 ,.,I women who m,ik<' iuch delightful la fact, if UHH take Ihe SJSSBSttO *; ,vcl l d4, K 1 !h al u ". erin up of UM from those pr.y -How To t t l lJ$? b *l$* J" t U *Sfi„^ r ^ n the? ill he much nearer success. ,., uttlllK „,, lt Sl fUm) f(( ,. budont read bouks thai -.% u.e. ,,,„. „„„,. the tSTolw to Ute dei v enate' -'I muM ,v i Utouerd II •lopmeni ol psrsonallty In ths WH „ 1( ( ,. . )„,, ntlU sne." K< Ihe hand ,f, niuiar arowlnH on ms.' U IprofnlSOMh I OCtel SO> f.(lOK AT Un Flank Miller, luatincnl lo Iho various aspects i*' the srtfe of the eh* rug) who p_lay of .lai.-n: Hyln| (und They make it all sound BO complicated. good hushand never hand* a i. i eheOJOSfBO buy herso. nmetliing she wanU. It's t worthless present and should bt refused. IHINI BoniEa, husbands, she like* it that way. Oh. Dear WHAT maddens me is all the omen's duties Ihe Djerance tu ihe 1 %  tts hb duty *i. ra Gntolthfutosjss in husbands, sa; write Iheac luM.ks ,.,,,,,.„ u..,. ,,,. I%  tall the head" s '""*Mng it in one paragraph, i .; i k. ,w , %  ' Vl lho,,t •" ene l( "-""o more thin an episode .. ms I know, but they ,. (( j(1 |fe h pers^^^.,., 1 %  I" %  ;\:^ ]U '^ AND LOOK A Udy ShawBut a wife's unfaithfulnessAND LOOK ross. wtM msband i pesch for him .* No woodst he t he said, "what .i M tks row homo life" tfiea %  .>! %  tit cultural eadtemenl The arl of provocation,*' thci It'll' til \lllll hanas Be capricious, unpredictable thSJ warn. -,. that >our husband has difficulty m toUowtna • "An intelUasnl wofoan,*" they %  u 'familiarise, herself %  ii .rs work %  %  %  Oh, Kuination IT is my view that It n woman of this out in the tver%  Jje English Home all she gels Is tated ruslle of the news,,f paper and a glazed look. ,h out ii Could there he anything more Lady Shaw**ut a wife's unfaithfulness— richly Into her ihert dlftoieat Tiieres a whoh ind read his chapter BbOUl ihat %  ill ; What maddens me more are tlK to his bed. three chapters they devote I,, *T)i, '-irlng speech. Other Woman *' Oh. II fill* Will i| Three chapters to teach thi THE people WtM write "helpful" 8*222 S*. SSgf* 5" '"" %  liooks seem to h. ve ... unca.mv KnlSw'to S" 1 t qUC thal " mr> '£ • tee T hm q ue nm ?$& .,*T RSS she was a(IrT a bUi , c -shes Thf Comf )mo n p ited, and .^hnique. cDBri.uy. u-hy d< SUEZ P.ivr M *-, n* m brin '"'' "• dinntr-"" DOST nOTMtR say I. -The The Raising Hell technique ("I Average r.nglish Husband likes %  •;•.„ rhro 0 h ,,-uh yos."> The Satire ("f do hope uou both need^ to recover her sense dad a pood tt*M ") he kitchen and Bui thai i? not the way the "adrve her doit. They would have her on the books of likely !. ruin Hi. evening than | |MN"T Blirill K. 1. He Matn.-gc Consultant, wife wtM tries to whip up en r.uM |, M Unaed soup. \ nA %  „ ,i. asm in a tired husband for things %  ,\ K n.,i wife athe courage „„ .' !" J*"*'-\,".; huh besteslQ Mee him' cflt. ,. d.s, .m .,,?,",, rn",'' 1 11 "J ,i ^ m leev. H IWst N , rv. anj scrap I paper I -='"" ome r ,he ad sops it.urlslieeUwd ; „ n -IMINT BOTHER. rind Ihlnas w ieie he lea' • nehere IOOHU %  H an r,-aards the hsstcSkM of Ihe adaaui and the .Anale i" picture the astonishment of the Averag* English Husband if his wife were to try those cov and cornv irieks known as woman %  wiles even if he noticed them Th Dot ^ net vi DOM i cah When the husband %  llectuall; L w!!£; t*niuUUn| wife where the wlf Is always able to banish his bad nio.-ls with %  welcoming smik. eneT\ating ,. ea or B drink ... ",';,. „ herc the rooms are fresh with BO I III R. say I. He | . ... an s strong ,.,„ u lln n dMh ot lh( Impelo %  ale ..I the bluarre prompt the k.< ... -' '-man-would. ion a aedi. 1M>N T BOTIIr R .I It . %  -t. ^, .thought-nMhal -:


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    PAfif T! \ -1 \li\S \I.MM ATE -I Nl. W. lir.CKMBFJ. 13. IMI tl III. !•..-•< Mj .. H 11.. .1. f.P. Strange Visitors ** All .lw public .idea'! lo rarin from rocket. I iiraloapticr.' . mi '.,."" l >',rh.i>. Ii .11 * %  > ...und I-.. ;ri WUH If. mor. than „„,., „. • ,..• but lbT mil food lo. ,,„.„ „ i „lil In th. pinut. %  c "i|a modem IVIK" %  ( ihnlki 111,.', t.n.1 llw wnuoth unit. %  burnt. II.. ,re.-|. Tlic la.rat ate. M% '" t'U*** %  atau ihe-o ii...-. rut DAY iMUaf. TBElABTHSTixinsril -roBT VFOSTH MM i' 1K.I .he Chl.firM%  Mond.'. Drcmbrr 24m. and %  Ihr rl..7n .. • I. o • .. f TOFT WOLFITQUIT / CALL IT ABSURD A Send itafl .'. Won Til tarriiu< Ptai I • %  • and David Hn-ii. I Ted v i keg W---l.ni *Hh :> lM %  * to th. eft>.-. Owl th. %  '"" .iitift than i** '*""'" as* famed gun-a*ht. r. und no* ,. (,i|, one's „ newspaper rdilot. ret inw lo hicredul"* ''"> far by hometown. f*nrt Warn, and nei race • %  rides U light ImrrW lawk aplt who inhabll another plnm-i .hiugb hw paper. Me"1 kWltaMMM. old frWml. D-vldBrl.ii "' gaae y al artcocg tod outlook on nig i wealthy man In tha Ure f..i rn t,\„ nt tht-iu Bgret N rthei •• %  tha centra fat nail .*">* Ml .1.. .. i, .nl,This dtclclon M ltd heles.* Ud ......'I .'.: %  MIU n ., % %  ., iierJei-. headed b> .1 tn %  Wf, hlVI R MU %  "< '. .. t h. in um diui.. %  . %  Then u prtMd of 'heir UwUhood. Trier* • knewlcdgs In Ihh MM \$ a great deal of gun-p for conau .'.. %  %  TiRhtiiiH on QM part purpo">< ,.: i>r one before .ill 11M farces opposing obh cratcii Th.i! f %  %  m Moth Mr. Sfit and Mi Mm rrifci ,i. plaa thru ro*e with nunpelcnce W nl-. Wllh and confidence, bul the characteri i %  i. i., .1 ... though urc "" i ..f Hie frm-f ihpr wire und who i *on rolled onh rnfttnl tn hf. niylllii Thal-r is y in. raca a*o nttradivo M UM rouag '< %  > %  artOi Nnturnllv. feni and fUBplclon i rr whom both mfn ar<' ind .< auni' Oner aaam. Iha "Id train ibai itu lo br nn rncmy of manw* uaed lo n*r in manv WcslnTi' -ind. h< ivi an impotlun' par) %  IT,, paw Bbtj Rowavai of ihr mM< cxrlilnr i^iupnc#i i %  i ;. %  .,>., mm flirtit in U ban*.M %  h'm'ind*r lock and koy in thr hot iiiat tanajnatWl man ih rar al i nandering around H i on fire ny thf ctttla harJar a wathlnffton hlo Irl him civ* hi olhrr acwntlatli roprfwnlfi.B all tho nation ,.f |ha "I'M A m>v1is nl %  | ii"iirtrr. but • %  K r"'l*In and thPMii l -•nrnlng *) lb. "plr of thi' ,,. nn i ,.i with convincing, i digaui} -i InunuMni %  lioi ana ...... athj is wiUt mm wnrn. ., ..I'lund ol biarliiK radio Imwdcii'i., nw> t . HMi give < xceUcnt -uppot* Mr. Rennle. ION ALU WOLFIT t"gh. dftrnulnrd Mbnw aim therefore it i* unlikclv that an^ <>( JB ean ch.mm hn mind about raang Iha Old W when Ihn uireid offanng. TitK rtaANUPKTIM. -I\MI\..I tu an end know nothing of the reasons babind lAli deelalon, IHII we murt all aaree tnat ih. in,! Vie i baina .s+iioucl.. dan.are. lb) .'ontiovetie> that hv. %  . • vblrt) nn ih< Si.nth Bank Vanilv an*l humility WoUH habrilng vanity humility. He fnvi 0*B> II i. n lt>. Me love* Ihr centre of iha -!-,. and la theme ledl' n other aetora %  re kpaMkiiijr he often "teali the limeheht l.v laa.Bn.Bg] la them %  n anhnra II ti..z.-t ireil In lillri On Iha athat hand ha ranged, himaolf as the hiimbhnf the Hard privlleae-il beyond man I dieami h) *penk the >rd that Bhake>i* U iiwrol. K.ven his vanity i unlike that •f other men t'n.vided there %  a an audience he noa* not care whether thoj an mlaara, pnlllwiffkers stockbrnker*, vhoolitlfl -I.,''.in the Weal Rod. In fact. Ihe Weft End hu-. ;een very little of him In the last ten year* nnle we include %  Tarra Tittcnh-ma in that i kon and lhu take In htn ajaaai M ituScala I warned him CROSS >* ^Hly ' T rr' JTT I* I 11" "' i . %  % 1 MINI %  i H^,rvt-a i!dd% ••• •*< .1 -w n I I. Let cii rrtfn if . ;* |4M %  •( '.ii* *ir--. %  I'll areo t %  ie? •*> %  IS. COM ol a Mii; rtaaal ui it i I-". i a II;>•> to *pxi 1* %  *•>. BO I B it %  . .' %  i %  A note of realism ii introduced by four i>r Am,iicj\ lusi-luKiwn laadio rominentxtors. IJTmai I) Hi il. V. Kaltanfeorn, Dn %  r Bad] *..itnicl Healler. all of wlioa > Uwodcaat over radio and tclevlsior %  \ of thp pacc-ship aiid -nt events. A musical background of crawh n-incaa Is used with BOO. effect und at a point of Inter**'., tiiis1 tn.p'*a>lun ot a.*m 9" i Ba f p r tid •" %  • %  4. van -atrar->*tii "* 5 wini tin%  .nairan. a. B.nnrl in -i 1. K-uibum... ifti """ II. Orei na e-.n it i na %  : i* roritae. aa. I %  ."( -i•%  9 Maw i. until ha >• %  % %  Old Vu hat hi' had a supportlag i..mpany worthy & ha abilities In Toronto Hire* or four yeara ago 1 warned hint that new York would walk out mi him if he invaded Broadway with thf Dlavert he had taken ..n his Canadian tout. Ha told ino 1 was wrong bul 1 wasn't Tha critics could not have bean more rough if It had been a British mualcal This weak at the OM V.c Mi Wolflt acorea a great personal %  oiccen*. a twees* which la enhanced by the general proncUday ol tinsupporting cast Aa the amoroua old Lord Oglaby In CJarrick's comedy he has leas to do and Bay than aome of tha othora. but despite that iiniwual enperlf-ice he first icscues the play and then dominates It. 1 agree that it must be irksome for him (o alt for long periods In his die,, -i -. when there is an luoll in front but hi^ tnumupii is I'nhanced by his absence. iu' as tha -un aaema more mdiant whan It reappears from behind %  cloud David Oar-rick'* fame would be small indeed If it rested upon hit writings although his lierBtstei.ee. was remarkable There is lots of boiatvrous fun In this Hogarthlan romedy of marital misunderstanding, but there Is little wit and not much rharm. Tha bast that can be said for it is that the character* which (.arrirk and his ct.-author, t.eorge Colman. created are viva] ind convincing, despite Ihe general absurdity of th.tali The Conquest There is also a certain sociological interest In this study of the rising power of the City merchant in relation to "people of quality One discovers a integritv l-oth in the and the characti when the pl.y deals rsiarTianc of acquirer! I 11 no never though! I I a a man ..f ,^nn< invention, but every student of acting *hould go BO see him prepare for has amorous conquest of the ling daughter W. i t-b*at of "•"ih near the .wth .i touch of aeaufa rat who can 1 : with complete without i.. .lining one i realist bargaining %  believing Ih.n I b M the road la true i..v. Not nly pretty knp i„ n ,,: ,H tug when 'he i tin Of Ihll will rfturn i cent Cruntmies hfr. Because ol ih* Old VU ... nave seen mm M Tamburlaine the Great, and now as Uarink's amorous '" • Ho* absurd lo end surh an afcaocialion. I brleih ..mmend Peter Coke for a tnt piece of quiet, sincere artlng at. the aejagka husband nf the liHK'h-deslr.d daughter: and Andre Monell ol i. %  lhat therg was more I., the pbl) than we might ihinfc llul next b. Wol.il U^. i mttti KI. io .i raung icireaa, Charmlan tyre, who is ..ltd. abtnra *u leUaM of ..ui %  %  Milioii Edward*, that fonnldI ible Englishman anat ..I Dublln'i Gate I ThOatfi faff ing lias produced the play too boisterously out we can lorgive him cvei.'.hinii for the fun of the last act. nVnnctt iiuiiin AHNOLD BENNETT has icen neglected since his death of The OraM Adneatnra at the Arta Theatre ill sand many of us hat k lo i ~.ks. illrteal b.ii v.n human und Ahve appeared tn i90R Bad aaai wceeaafully himaalf in ivi I fenglnul i A his vaiat to ,i in tha Abbey in miii if made grand i inland • attitude to art It was as if Moliere and H..n„ .n collaboration. for UM lore %  canes in Putin) l> charming and make j perfect balance to the pointed lUre ol Iha early pari Maurice Oenham lacks the eecantrlelliea and vagueness of -be %  MM. but his humour Is deft and he ends better than he begins Jenny Laird la all normal women in .me. and a, grand advertisement for PutDoctors Prove . \jo&JooM*y w '* A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days At *a //' for ] Blighter. Fresher Compleiion use Palmolitt Sup as Ooclois Advised '...n t tarn iH).'i.li ...... th. 1. M .. M *..-.. *4'"" p.i m .i„. u.,... .. <.i 2 r.-'.;*!t7 ,:t: •l.-.on. ." mony w.y. OHv .**" '•• Il -^—... —. —.. ta— •— I... .Ily-Ml. ... .iw.B—ln 3 ~ b.. 9 M... C.w.^l.."mt >". ••'• *** tt Restore Youthful Vigour To Glands in 24 Hours New Discovery Brings Pleasures of Life to Men Who Peel Oil Before Their Time %  4 No more after-forty fatigue! i aj tired" lo enjoy life as you efaooid. no listleBe tn take n keen and happy Intareat IB B,.e-i on around, you, thla advertlaement haa nod news for you. ha \\-\ tw.-nlv.reara.oountleaanambers of ill over the world tut** provesl that. If yna ilaaan iabl<-tB ie*ir/.i-ia. youT atesuly tallty. i-netstv and •-h^erfiilnaaa will Wight bola Moiami vou-fileada. To retrain ....eale Hree. ta feel vnaaer. aav. and full of t-neruv (ttJktng i^LLOSAN mortifies the over-forties Win. FIKiARTY (*-) LTD. | Dovra fl "ia-f Iha i. U'kina In imiihlul ." •o)c (Br mi"i el *•" ;:.<.„ Touches. Ihe mind This is not and never has beau a great play, but it stiinu. niind and touches the -•motions. John pernald's production ought to hove a cornrun in o cosy theatre in the West End il one Is ivailuble. It is something to be .ible to spend three hours with \rnold Bennett after this long ile.ue !" %  mi viaeal. ... If. wimuiim. Miii'ifr hla--l. Mil % % %  si 1 sen Baasj 0 rpo oli half %  fean* btrrlimlbm •n me tl (.••roTfir or .n sjalnem oliT"! It' %  %  •• n saaatBw rar Tun to r* re j ar )uuifl *U|Our %  i.d • %  ..m.i.ui Youthful Vigor Hasfnrud Tbe %  %  :'!• of •a*an^ina as* ana mull* f .iv-t-inii',1,-1.. M -> no b. urded ^ d Tontl.'ul .nu ana an lien iHUral M fur onflT nrouii II— I | rl... ol.II Datl-iri ihiouefeout Hivnrld nnw >ar that ll. ral erlv.ne leuef llf". to'iUi. BUT a w-lwg nrei Wk a. N.|ln. Caesar. Han anihenv. >M) V. r M U (o. -rre the tortunaU posMWM. al H.IMI>OIT aeiiw .la..^. aa inin"it aliTi.fian. •iui mate 1MB M nin "1 eipn*rtee. Ha ai laet ryrBetW m oimkiL.sUaa. *t inSr-dl-nU [he! Ml ettb apwinc %  ** %  ,• •** %  *" Ma raB Maea. %  irenatner. ttre nmn and BMSt mporr.nl of su. lo BtfteSJ*, atiasiin, lh/r*lr.re. a*U In %  natural rtaiora vaje^r aa* jemiirui ir.i alo" Slasdi ha fto*!! „ ,on. TI.IB diaaaeerr. Bnown M ri-Teae. %  MJ pl>a...,i. e*a ftt tj k e^Ut. j* term, and ma* be eaed aert'tii 11 10. .i ll.,l -sin . Snaaaj^veur ta-TS ya-5 t ajelr'Sa euaVug* Doctor Proises Vi-Tolss (.null, erell-kToan aurgvon and Bnixip-an jilmjWe take this opportunity of extending to out o Customers, Friends and the General Public ouraltni Ihe fiend., and thut ten... to natore netluSireltosir end Tiialny to lhbedr rirrr owe nreoi m. ii r a i PteaB auch ,_Alag lau .. r>rr* of hell, ti 24-Haur Rasulls aeeaBss VI-TeB* ar arlentinrstir rrKTjariiW ffftr.;,',"J 'i-u^. WitiiM 1 i-iura nek met f i < 11> i ni r *M U_ eUeJHr, %  afaSkS Miaa; • % %  —Jeiui%  tbt Dr. I Results Guaranteed Bo ouUtBAdlnr ha been the resnlf proiim-Ht b Vl-Ta*> lo' -•* and i>t. | naa. at nds % %  • %  shs't InVm^icai do "nit' id how rea'aresM* te enter lie* thai VI-Tats H %  l %  '>"!• Inovn aa VIUn llnwa the .—ia!l cut. m Tefce r-raeu ihuie .BIT',patkasr.and U> nM fanaass 1 arlen*nre • .11 be 1 %  nnulalliaj ace —L.E.S. COPYRIGHT mwravsn ol r'imtt O-t VI-TeBt Ifom ( KFNHINGTON STAMl — 11.00 p r aaor S* u per Season V Ticket ^ I'NCOVKKED SEATS—Bc. per dat. J f.ROUNDtt—tie. aer day. ^ CAI.-PARK AVAll.Altl.K AT I DAILY \ I'l.ANS FOR SEATING ACCOMMODATION WILL Uopen > at C. F IIAHKIKON A C( S QltlCI Bfl WEDNESDAY i JANUARY Jnd. 1952. t. the A woe, at ion \ may also purchase iwo additional Baa i II Tkfceta, ^ I'l.ANS WILL RE OPEN TO THE PUBLIC i >N MONDAY > JANI'MtY Vtii FOR THE SA1 E OF SEASON Tit Kl IS When your BACK ACHES... I... I.. I* bl u.n.l:. .„..,) b. lu. k.Jne 11. Ihr kid,.,.!,. (n ,MeoH.r.lt.,, Wken %  her fel aul ol e>eV>. esrees acmla awl pe n ana m anulat il>> in Hie iiilean fnen I,. L..II....I. h„. rhaiaaahan., dialurWd i.al ee thai i.-l aul' l-.l,n, aaen I all.. Te asaka ne kaSBeri wedr prej i fl) indlok.i [i lltem in faado'il*' uae IW.I. K.t,-t IMI. iai %  KinW. Pilli ealdi nd *ar airr-Wdaned Uaad el ei. en Maia and vaete* ae tha) aure. IreahBBed-.la r.e., nat.aendnuacb fhea feu fed belief leek benat


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    SI Mi\V UK I Mill R L'H. 1951 -i M>\\ IDV04 Ml IU.I n.rvEV Farm And Garden By AC.sUC*H.A THE HAN \ iV %  consider ofapanuon at pnulBi .11.1 i,t mrihuu* ano,iu>d IT • able to : %  ">od drai.i•gc, deep plUK*I i belort not-iiung u > %  **•uablr *• ***** rotation rrop with over, may be so UHW-pUnu u wilb %  dvanUge. Tno*. I! Hx lows arc wtdel) BKM, Cftie can be grown in the bel I Detworj. th. bsnaiu row* mid form I u Oful protection to the Utter. in thai way. two" proiitablt crops ora eatablk'tied at the aaflM the risks spread. This method ma> appeal to some i > long distance from (Mlei may have difficulty In heavy crops of cane, tl locally at the nt* replanting comes round, crops en be switched BO occupie. tlu> bananas and vlee versa. The fe:.sil)iiny <>f ouch ; system In local practici %  • A|Tricultur:il DeparliiH-nt in til.Brrt placi For the Cavendish convenient planting distune nine feet apart each way. bu Ulll BUM >'i^ a] leadinc plan' until iDOMt when leave one lust coming out of the (round, then leave inothei on the other side four months later. Mwavretaining suckers of the sword type to~ fruit B In the use "f tfu avoid Injury lo •••<< %  Th* polirv nftOf %  it II on i ondtUoru bi keepine three ctumn seem* nrlvtnWc I of roixlni 1 I -~-',..t TV( %  . %  i, v .rio'v maturat • rlicr then fU -*v" vlBormis nlnn" thn-ild nertuce in nine tn • lonear A rigDrdi after -tl < intuit \ -six Lore Skirt ( %  mm NOLAN) Mkfl (ANN Ml'SGRAVE) A PLAIN six gnu*kut HSU pattern an I with only the w-ilst measure nod MM •km length measure. Care must uithboth thasemeasureI>o not takg the VnaM p cially if VOUI hips bulge suddenly btltf* the waist instead of gradually to the fullest point at ten or twelve inches bl waist. The length measurement. also governs the amount of flare at the bottom of each gore. A skiit which is cut too %  must be shortened will be narrower at bottom than The results of cutting a akin too short are all too obvious. As any skirt requires a certain "i tig around the bottom doal take the skirt length measure too short. To the finished length of skirt you desire add the amount of hem b and S inch from seam at the waist. Double the entire amount and the result will equal the length of cloth requm-i lo I it • Cut off this OK from your dress length. Draw a thread to Insure a stroight edge. If your material has an accurate centre crease or fold in it yen may leave that crease carefully ., %  Til! '' %  the crease Is not exactly m the : Ma it out and fold the length down the centre bringing UfOa exactly together. Next fold the length of the cloth in half. This will make four thicknesses of cloth With four selvage edges together. The length Of mif folded piece Ol cloU should now equal the length of your skirt plus hem plus uaistUiM MOM Next divide your wad sgirioMnl by six and odd an inch ,'f to the result for seams. This will give you the width of each gore at the waist or top edge. From the corner of the cloth %  %  %  % %  %  the en Mwloa I Id I A on Diagram i measure half this top of gore measurement along crosswise fold to make H on diagram and mark B with a pin or with tailors chalk Notice that you use only half the top gore measurement as Ihe goriIs cut with the length down the centre of ibe gore. Now ni' ..long the %  lvagea T. In diagram Mark F. with i pin or to Don chalk. Lav %  %  %  r light edge .. %  B and I and dtt i chalk. From E measure yoW top of gore tneasuiemi .,t along cut esles %  i rand u before. Join F tn r with %  straight chalk line. Firm F t triu i kk %  %  >it off. H %  '"i are using %  sbjtpar ITI your shirt you can %  am yourself the lob of I It If you cut your seams a half where the soil is well a rainfall 01 Irrigation and fertlli i d by the use of pen man. homlcal fertlUzcr is not usually necessary. When in doubt on this point, the Agricultural Department's advice should be sought. One final point, do not be In %  hurry to remove r until Ihcy are well nee such hanging leaves Mia hi protaot the trunk from aun and I inch wider from T to about nine %  course you will be cut'ing this I >ur gores when you will only need it on two but you can trim it off the olrr;r two. rofuUy gorough uil four rabrk along line B— E and along Una C V t'u. • if vou waM .. .-•! | you may find Hut ... B reduce %  ..•n nnd so insure %  |H-T f• i g uig, %  %  waist to avoid It] -earns \ %  • i ; \ (.uiilc Notes -hristimis Mex>,ii>cs from the I'residinl arid the Island CommiHsioner Ai this Christmas & %  end my beat v Christmas ami New Year to all itid hope lhat the great progress of fJuidIIIR in lSI will bo txti the i.niiiiig year, and that the ritrnue to %  DOBEEN SAVAGE To the CornmuaOetien, Qiiklon, QuldM and Bl On i tings and wish you the inas and hope the New Yea It will bring much happiness to you all JENNIE B WILLIAMS. Island Cornfl ( llltlSTMAS PAKTII S On Hth Deceml>cr 6ti. %  s-. Ulchael' School) on it .i fin uTbnai :t 1.19 %  %  % %  %  whu li tni c ven pn/i Aftei w.nds thay all had tees, cakes %  I i tach child roeelved a present from the ('bustmas tree and a basket of sweets |0 lake home. 3 small guests were uniihle to n %  UMU protsu real were sent lo them. i m Batui la] IBth Doearnber, I ; lldM (St OlkM 1 Oirls' %  nd 28th OuldM ii' stai tolned || Pan Mill 18 little children in poor eirrumstano |fn f A BtOhoi n lict Commissioner. and Miss Graham. He* BJB.C Radio Note \l 111" M.IM. ( hriMitia-, Day Ultt'S is programnu thp Commonwealth and OB health U l>e preeedM as usual k-up wiu %  .onwealth, the Far East : hour beat 10.00 a.m ..i %  %  | TinKing 1 message ipocat] bwm will b> %  %  %  included in thi Ui k-uf. link-up '• %  1 n tin l %  Chmtmas C'jroU pi BTaraaM v*-ii BUG i ChrtBtBMM week and pi [hem a ill l>e tin i. Half-hour' link ioa> ol tin llfluah i ..ii I'vei : ii tncluduig on Christmas Day. t> I pruiii.uiimes wiU be heard on Monday, 24th. at 8.0S i th,. l.ill.-i ;i in indgc. | anhlieaii VoitM %  mg the fl w II, %  %  Ird, Insl i • i prose wi'l pretnt • I J l>> Raymond Barmw of British Hoflduraa, on article on Jamatea's John i i Clinton Black Jamaican Ar' at 10.31) pm. ROBERTS Sc Co. c We would like to extend to OUT friends and Customers the Seasons Qreetings for 1952 Dial 3301 YEAST-ViTE £^Mstj-i^;4*MM^ Mi; HKSI CMUU&TMAS The Happy Prospect ol MUiSENT Oi Assured Future. of Carrington's Vlllage Oirl-Bohool WOfi present. Th' children and the Cuide* play.", Hi. v had ires, sweets. biscuits tn inmnuno Indudod i aroU and MUi Graham spoke to the ohlldfW i the Bpli it ol 11, liod with Oulde and Taps and Ood Bavsj ihe King. The Guides of lOlh Ouldg Company (Foundation BehOOl) made basketivhleh thpy lillnl Ad sent to the %  Church Infirmary TRtMEMBER f ... SMVA.IO* A**> P CADBURY'S DAIRY MILK CHOCOLATE DUNLOP UNIVERSAL MOTOR CYCLE TYRES The Only Pdin Reiiever containing Vitamin B, llyouwanitoiciQCH KKl-.l II I lixnn PAIN, Slid tho M cni^s Hi. eenilirt of Viuumn b. you mi !-< %  VI AM \ II I I Thrrc's DothiDf flic like ^ bAa Mil* It the ONLY i %  rclic\er which ALSO ooraaaM I ,. lXmi vofl go sad sei somr YEAST-VII Tshleoi now. M4JQU TOU 'HI Wfi. YEAST-VITE i For Extra Reliability ST TNi S/6N OF TH£ • Ktrmemz Ihe I.KHI i% kmp of hcaMs anj IKI> ajag rj PHD I II'S kniKol Baeaclejl Us! Pbs I n stronger, made by crallMiKn an) Im: %  I. | l-..nitdiil i.wcl. IfRlM on a I'llII I ITS—you'U Lc proud in own it. < %  in i i MIi n> t m a> l)0HI)IN(i ESTATES & TRADING CO, IID. (ECKSTEIN BROS) Diitributor* |i A. PHILLIPS a CO. LID.. BIDMINCHAM. "' ii..-.. ibove IOOK tlu Scholarship i whwh %  written i>> ttt eanoidatei Thj tlk< SS Ml i HR tehoi i reeelw BTJUM] ships ire parti llv hn pirrM drawll h ai ml Ira luiUan and in nacenilc li .,.|.,rlaV %  .-.• %  .. %  I %  I IX I I I I %  i STOP AT IIAIIIIIS FOR THESE PRESENTS .'tills II \IK RKI SHKS Milh t OMBS lor l.adlr* --d OOsI \lll|s II \n lilt I SHKS lot ( hildrrn I.IM. (i)MII .-,1111:1-11 i i > .iici'i M ( (isMITIC RAfaS pown K ri tts H. P. HARRIS & CO. I-1 : .i.....> N>u liuil.ln.it DIAL 4015 LUT llroad Slrrrt CHRISTMAS CHEEP ^^JPfw I GREETINGS... The season 1 O r e e t i n gs and all goo i hes f or the New Y ear from Bookers Manufacturing Drug Co. Ltd., MAKERS OF FERROL LIMACOL AND RECTORS PRODUCTS *S*3SS I '$3SMMM STOsTS ft BT i^.?*3**i.SJV? I A To our many new Friends and Clients. This is your Store — a Store for Men, to K start you off in the New Year in a pradical way. with a seledion of everything to Better the Best in Clothes for Men! K IS £ .'. & K IS K g. .*. & %  S. s & & & & v. & & e is & s. •:


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    PAGE TWELVE Sl'NDAY ADVOCATE -I \l>\\ HI < I MBEK 23. Uil CHILDREN'S CORNER PUZZLES AND PASTIMES Drawing On Christmas for Party Caleb tlx Reneg.nle Reindeer diversion to kr nMmeagraphed copiea on plain i hit* p*P*r *re preferable. (Keen l id'iuii* amount of paoe beUlMfc! not e\e Object of the game is to replac | u many word* as poa al M* I llio i-ocin with rough *r *tickthe • hlim a*Jwa(a r'or example. B| rifht, we've taken port or the po.m and picket! out some of the anon wmiM he more. ir children \* moral obvious, possibilities. ou be given tor 1. Ike I h*i drawn. X moM a*jBjg in their rtc. ""t^, I Ml i Mm, there abouM b* :ntl . n. --: In Ihelr head-. %  **] uir.i.i l I HO*J and hi.nl.--ii will be aut :.i find how many guest .... attatllcelly inclined. ; ,,t I la my JrC'f'-i/ '"' %  i rare. I* mmm Hut j Inviting Mam f %  • %  *• %  I %  play a 1 HUM Joke on Ihu rest of the •wag) aha aaul out mvita|0 Chit**, mas dinner. She I part *f the menu In II.c anagram*. Thia la tu* UAMO Mr: (Hi i.r Brotli Hh %  "i poay HMD Mink pup p.* In am ...' iMHtJafed to form new ... %  i . Mi igajag Urindma toafeM lur a loan U Intel'• nap. 1 taw* lliere arose such . -lali.t. I ; %  i i art*nai waa i" m I 0>t* tike a fle-h. t *f i M ..i 'ip for *om* day when one ot the auumala r. fi>1 t I* nrneaaad. Ii MM me uiipni asp) aenmpcr-d iwiy every urn* the I got near. Finally one of hi* aUIc* cai i* along and gave Santa *oni* h'lp. And aftat a %  Ml the wayward animal waa collared. Thia diagram will enable you to emulateSar.ta and bia helper *a*jav a\ '"in out and mark paper c< inters oi Santa, his friend and the deer. Place %  hem in tie ir i ipcctlv* postUona on the diagram Counter* move one aquatc at a time, vertically or hortaonlnlly. i)ul nut diagonally. r*llwt move ir.on the villutn. ihc-n the helper: then Urn villain again and so on. Ba-h counter must Inmoved Wall lime the uira HHII The animal la caught by having Hants 0* th* helper mova UUcj lb* atisna square with II. ,.. thu animal would not into (ha aquar* d i.y Santa or hia aciper After you've piayed th* game ia described, try three or other v ination*(ll Move the dear two -ouarea at a turn. (Zl Have tianla attempt the catch alone. ...,*,_ Trouble With Trees hub Along Quiz -'ml', r. .11.] I flip kMMl at Ihr nrufjll.il N i.<:J.u> lo nti,.. < IRIM %  lafl of th* 1 :.:h were Ughte.l < nv oooM BUB I I. MM UK) the ..Iher Jwal lo-iK'f After iHirnlng i.tue one candle waa ,,,, 0,lrt*er. an DSaVfOOtth the length of the How long did the two candles h"""""! > ""•• '* •m aa* no gtaaai •,. r* gtraapaM MI I •-n"i- J0j0j#j#j##r#r#rj?tf O F couraa aeeln'a not always belle\-ln'. Slalghtt.f hand prove* that. Ho doe* thia eycteeaer Whan Big aty Ban arrived up at Claw's place in the wood* to look over the Christmas tree possibilities, ha brought along his binoculars to nvt some stsp*. What he ."aw through th* binoculars Is shown above. Cham offered him both groups of trees at the same prtca, ao the city man had to make a quick decision un which group contained the most for his money Which do you aay it Is? Count them and aae X = 12 X f X % + X = 12 % + % + %  -r X = 12 %%12 12 \z c The valley ol — 7.M1 •Josh. liv fLuurae Shtfff IKIIII/OS 111 I-Who M P, Chr ll*i 4.Vhai l* the IWh L. 10-Whal Belhlehnnile was klnnman ol Naotni by mn* riaBi*' (Ruth I 1 %  i ; L^pMekat ,'. ; %  %  . ,iti %  m the Kile. v ft, i( % %  elhei i uniehntaet 34—Dm>cls eourae oC. M—Supreme Being n—Hah drink 2fWA rxiunclaiv ol lan.l ing unconquered In lle ol Johi "Jo— %  %  1 II -Pi gi %  ii "iii.ii' i when llcv rto Ihl* 3g-S. ,. <0—D"nimn..e I..I A:IT herdtneri* '1 i I who wa> Aaron's s. I Kg 19 201 61—Pre IK i i 1 : (1 • .. I' '.fore rollaay* 1 %  h A nkej i lUgllfM eoin nancfiL unux nawf \miu ll 1—MuvMDla M traawf utphUi MI will S-TUT l.ihia a< •—Salutation 7—fn %  MU %  i ...a. WJ Ih III .• ggg -I SUIT. •tl — Looked Upon wlih cont**Dpt UMH J'I — Flower Hula —Whal tree branches did people cariv %  n ih %  pre ceded Jasun into Jcrusjlem" l meoacngen lo I>JO* On 18 ll •> I Knireal *2—Artificial UU (34-—Summer • ,%  IS %  1 iV/J %  •• W 55 .i_> %  i >. : 1 !..-. >: g 'ft %  : xa %  '• tol n %  %  '^1 l_ L "i\ i i Arifer •UftaVr' /"OUSIN JIM is start* I < *— home to Rrandma'a. a d tanc* of 10 miles. Half way I notes Do has averaged 3n m p i and realises ha must speed up i keep his appointment for oinnc At what rate must he trUll U rest of lha tnp to average c m.p h I ...i tnn • %  .• J fc* ... i m i*:nu' ui •M>h*> e<* i %  < *nn m • %  *t -* %  !•*< MB —it %  Tongue TirisUr '.'e'-**'-0*.'-'-'-V,'*'*V'-'**-'*'*'***'-'#'-**'e***.^*Christmas at the Crane Motel 2JTII DKl'ICMBKK, 1951 CHRISTMAS DAY DINNER $4.00 Yer> Special Six ( OUTM.Menu including your Fnvutirile Biijnn DWafi aajVB IMH KMHF.R. 1951 BOXING DAY DINNER tk DANCE $4.00 Dinner Served 7—0 Dancinj; 9 P.M. TO 2 A.M. ADMISSION Tu Bull Boom Only Sl.lm— Light % %  fc Ma WB —H M MN Kvenbiu ir r'urmul Dre>\ MiHir hy Birhie <;uudridkl and bU Orihc*li;i rUiur Phone 222 lur Table Beaervutiuiu by Friday llM l>ieinbrr dreft FOR BRIGHTER SILKS AND SPECIAL DRESSES Heal Wv Mrik. I'ort-of-Spain l-OHT-UF-Sl'Ai:. Dec. 18 Woman wilted and taw %  Monday's heat wave wt.i. PortHsf-spam in m Cbrlaunaa shopping season. It was one of the h**te*t days recordad in Tnoidad for the year. In Frederick Str-et bulk of Christmas shoppers wart concent rated, More* gave th my pearance of doing busm 1 musty ca se s shoppers were "looklnr on" overtime, In eavjjag th* heal of th* |,;vorn For those who remained in then horn**, the heat held no) i and housewives struggled betwec Christmas claaning. the kil< I • i and a brcerelew day a crooner sang via the i i dreaming of hai Colds, Coughs, Sort Throats, Bronchitis 'UN VERT the figure* below into INCHKd and than -Inch Along" until you have made three ouatlona of theae. each totaling li." both aero** and down the columns of th* diagram above. l/A of a foot. 1/3 of a foot. 1/3 of a foot. 1 foot. • ' 'et %  I 1 1 H> t * (aawjT) iMaaaap OS S VI I I I VIUM. dreft ititsT ran woooJES. SIU8 — WASHES TMEM Cl£AN£. VUCHTU USED TO DREAD WORK H dots you m n DM .. %  a o o/id you breathe it in! For quick, sure relief rub THERMOGENE Medicated Rub all over your che. throat, and back. Its healing warmth relieve* congestion, and breathing the pleasant medicinal vapour It fives off clean nose, throat, and lungs. DOUBLE-ACTION THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB r '" h 'g ?' oss )<""* and handy dandy Tins HUfltihP*dnfifihff*Y No wondar this man dr*ad*d folng to work, for rheumatic palD* in hia arma made ll tortor* to uae tham Yet to-day be f**l* attar than ever aod work U a plaaaar*. as ha Ulla In hi* l*tlaf : "I bad been *affertng from rbeumallarn e*ry badly and had aucb paloa In my arm* 1 scarcely knew how to as* tbrm. Then I was told to try Kruatben Salt*. and after using on* bottl* I fiund relief So, of cour**. 1 ba* kept on with It. am now thori ighly better and have never felt ao At for years. 1 u*d to f**l miserable and sluggish, but now It 1* a pleasure lo work instead ofadrea


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    -IM1W III (I "BrJK 2-1. 19SI -IMI' \H\ III Ml P M.I imi: 11 i N •-' ^ %  m HENRY ^ ri BY CARL ANDERSON TV CLuO ALL WELCOAM. COMB NviMP TO ota*T, ON AMV SUBJECT %  W :t tt FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD .... BY ALAN STRANKS £. GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE %  BY CHIC YOUN'-, vVcfeo • I.M. KM* i.~.n Gordons Stands Supk&ffuz. RELIANCE SHIRTS THE mi i % %  OF IIAKIIAIION 'CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Monday (only) I'M I \l Ol'l l!IIS %  •• un iivuiluble al <> % % % %  Ih-mirlia s I >i. ilsiili S|-it|lilNio>i % %  and Kttnn Sircvi Usually Now *.i H :.a D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad $treet IIAIIIIAIIOS MUTUAL in i: ASSURANCE SOCIETY MIXKI) NITS (llli I'ki; ) VI STOUT CORONATION WINK SCOTT'S 1.11)1 Kill RUM BOB, KHONTl.N.U'K I ....illNOW I.Ill 1.00 JO .27 1.44 LM ktt i"8 .28 ! CARROTS per lb. & & A I s Extends to all dfaatdy gAAtAtmoA $/uudtinqA and dtjL&Jk {jJiAhoA foA the YUw yeaA. K .-. S & %  %  '.^i/.o.^'/.r.i.^o.^tmfiRMniiftBWBiiBBWWHnnrin^f.^ror^v.^^-OA^WB^



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    I .,.! I i.l KIM \ SUNDAY ADVOCATI qvwv. HI i i MIII B 23. i''"'i CLASSIFIED ADS. TILEPHOME 2301. i oil SAU Al'TOMttllVF. TIIWKN "•tin frhei.ua who ether way VMMItiHN • • Ml Ab-op Oale •-• %  < %  r.h.m than. %  anati%  >• "** <""" II ..IIHI to all one ISM Hiiimai, Or iew %  ** %  M ttrr* inr-hanaaajl %  .Jtlil II P pod KIM %  driven. Prate •) % %  ELCCnUCAt I^INO fl-AYIM I\ MDKMUAM *i vary hard i tsar M be remr" i Th**n.e H ANNOrXI'EMEXTS II ooda-.! .ou ."I a^ieaa-eoupoP: h. • '-'* v '• SafCO radio II •1 A BAKNE5 ('.. Ltd u \\ n i. in i r MISCELLANEOUS AMigtr JCWEI i.: 'JOLl> I'l'HCMAhl.l* ANTIQUE SHOP WANTin TO MVT HtHJSC M IT-AT Small Uouee of Flat m Ik* v MMttl of OanlHB. %  !na Bittton* Hill. etc Apply Ad-lf, Dept. IB Wi.'.i.e i nonjHED iH'l.THS MECH.UI1CAL BICYCLS-New paw %  MIsrf.i.l.ANKOI'S ,-d *)in. Pa.>ne TW ix-mie PMP, Heel %  Imported i mcM Aivi %  " Atai Anie I..-. IIM* ON bottom AIM aome AKCHti: CLAnKE. Dial *ST9VK* — Of -very drw-r ....... China, *M J"'K niw rill l MJBl l W a>rl) I—. %  *. Map*. i>h* Mr %  ( nnrrlnpea Antique i io si—i r i ,Q1 \*;M-. T* i .led an.I -loMuO Ideal Nn ... Htaril B (A -\lgHEB~Whit* >*ara.la* M-aWo n ,..ppe SS 11 SI Jn '. A CANADIAN DRMMaV •in•election. "iiM'H •*> SSion I*i ... Dt priced from .Itvap la> |Bla. 4em Dren Shonpe HUM > UfmcAN Tvi't rjrrKTiis ria. n-.t aMa'.rK ..I TIIANI BH*B. Dip! St II I) U—1 I'l III II SALES ... H -it. .1... v T w. c HII 51 Hi UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER U I1M I NDKR THE DIAMOND HAMMER ir.m ih( InuiMmi C< truer. HBrhoik Street. % %  fttatay MI I vnrh's Srrundary Srawil llarrta. Muriel II. Me-. pr*i* Ki-i C l-"'i" *a""h.ey I-.>pl*. Manly*. Martlndale. Farhv. M.aid. %  -. > l.*a. P ". at* r-r%  d. %  ..%  Pi-^-at. "im %  W..I Onie IllinilllWI HKiKNT HIGH SCHlMU. PfMB aOAaV MIA* 1ST AVBNUat. MUIHIil rhere i.i he en ., Ir.nr%  %  % % %  I w e tM ai f new niptH on Wed.—day. led nuary. 1H1 at t am. New puaMki %  MM i-?a iney were I II IUIUWNR. I-:.-. 1^.1 12 SI *> The U.~a*i" nl tne Combined Pert* heel o Me>> h-retov .-ill*Per-fila i'l II* Cni.l Public laMI le %  rnoal ill ooen on Mondey lain Januat' 1*U M Aanlor. aHaUon mil. Pete* t Peea H|M doilai. 'W na. (eimly J Mr JcMil Smith •formerly HM4in 11 id (he Parry Acnool ST Lucy) Mi been appear.ted lo act H Hredmawter u. the (omdaal Srhool "^ %  •rder of th* Oovemori. THBOIXmi. IHAM'Kril Honorary Voietary DUII *n GOVERNMENT NOTJCES SHIPPING NOTICES lUian* Mhiit.it aim IMIII> IT MKiAII • I.III.. MHUOl A alOONDABT DA SCNOOI. POM i.ini M Apri>• .now are mvitod (rum OraduMe l.i the peat n( AeHatanl Mlatree* •aatair.ed te> Werh Eneliah. Prenrh and f*J auaaWrU Some eaperlenre In hand tn Secondar Srhooia -ill lie • rn lamnieiHantl'ili Th* .imraalul candldI.ill he r",...!-! %  %  i. %  out-**-School aetrfMa -u.h aa Camea SALARY "a"AIX lat -al tnd ClaM Honoun Ontduatoa |IW by ITS H3M by UK tt.let Other Graduate* II *lf, b> pW SI.TH by STe— tatonabhr under the BarbedM eraPenalmt Art Iftu The ptwaaee lo Barbedni will %  it teMlmonlala. a MMM-Vl r.rllftt-le of' Itnea*. a BlrtA cerliAvate and a photaCraph abouM he aubmllted to Tha it. .In...',-.. At Mkhawt'i Otil*' Stltonl. MuniruUlea Road. Ht Michael. ISe IIARRAIKKV II W I by the let of March. ISU Oauy tarltten application* can he con%  aider>1 and candidatea are partx ilarly niMeal not to ceil ai the School and not In telephone Candidate* required ln( interview will be noltfl-d |-*n.aea4ai( >, laedldalaa *r thalr frlrn-a will be dlteeaUated. AFPOINTMIKT OF A88I8TANT WARDEN NURSES HOME OBNBRAL HOflFITAL (Female) AppUcBtimu w* 1 ativitrd for the peruionafelt appointmenl of Aflatlaim War-ion, Nunn' Home. Gcncrsl Huipitil. al a aslary of. $3aM mmi b aWSMisl nu-rmit, of H8 lo %VJ2 BthatMinm. plus I tampurary Cast vC lJvaii Allu>,'ai*ri' :it Oo\'aToment rata* In dddilitHi. tiuiirlatta la MM Hotna diid bo-nl art? pnpvMkd Appliraiiti abould a-.l bo ovar 40 yvars of tuja. aaMMild ba uiifcnjtriiii or witkiwi wltbout t-iwunibrarKt^. ihould have attaiDad a satisi factory standard of aducatlon and huve had rapoxisnett of the ptepata| Man aud servke of lisals and a knowlcdga of docnesUc 'luilet en a I laWgl scale. The duties will includa the msintaaarica of diactpline In tht NUrses' Horaa espaclsllv during the absence of the Warden AppLi c a B o— should ba forwarded to the Sceretary. General HosHal, not later than 24th December, 1951. and should be on the form attainable from the Secretary's Office, General Hospital. M.ia.ai—jn VACANT POST OF OVERSEER, CENTRAL LIVESTOCK STATION AND PINE PLANTATION Applications arc Invited for thr pensionable post of Overseer,) Central Livestock Station and Pine Plantation. 2 The salary attached to the post Is on the scale $1,200x72' $1,920 per annum, and is subject tu %  deduction of 4 per cent under; the Widows' and Oepou..* Pension Act. S. Appointment will be on two years' pro tuition and will be Mbject to medical fltrMtss. (If quarters are provided at the Station It a later date, tne officer appointed wjiuld be required to reside In such quarters and to pay a rental or 5 per cent, of salary). 4. The main duties of the officer .uv those associated with the care and inaitagttmani of livestock and the keeping of livestock j ads, 1 Appiu. J lions >taui>K age. educational quahflcaUoiut and cxpwrl1 s. together with COPIES of two testimonials should be addressed to the Director of Agriculture, Department of Agriculture. Queen'* i Park, and should be submitted not later than 29th of December. 1951 19.12.51—Sn ROYAL NF.IMfcRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. punur NOTICES (URTAaM UACX A CRETTONtaS V. ...ir wMIe range nt\ Rale HANI Broa Dial MS* U II ill tl Mill iiiv;>"r HUUSES Ih-il Ml Pl'IIMSIIETi HI I1IUW.M in %  OM Dttnr Be,lh lady \m 1 etve-— aoM !• nil.VAN -Chrl %  .iri'i <; % %  - %  la IB3.SM VrUX.~Maiwcll. itrar !> infurnlinod roomi alth rrlpectabb %  ill at 1 I •-! iwhitei I'ent ear) tea %  • Apply %  rttbai a il sii hslp hnl % % %  I VFN.Sti fOATS In bellr. pey. wtn i.l rilech SSSVS Modem Dre*a Hhnppe pMMI m M.ld-T.1 In.-nissi an Nil* l--l.orn Flf. HOT SinilTS Lovcl* Ua.bado. Vle. i-l many nther da*ia*i fkhlrt* bar Da I..U.IU and Sport Let THANl'H IMUAN IJCATHKR SANDAIJt II ntAMI t, i tflllMa met VIM % %  111 I..III a r.'M.i.lll-.' UVB...I' ..I dealgna at THAN I BROS Pr Win It,A .n Streeta II ISU-lh l-IM STRtPE )0f 1 Niiv and nrown Juat %  •I IIV M a yd TIIANI S .rtPi t _... d*h.. | ih.rate** ol Allrod Tobithe pern Ol t. Mwh-rl in thw l.land. ho dn %  .1. thi. 1-' 19SI axr MPebl ieq.ii.rl W -nd I" IMI iiaiau. d..iv -it. ted i a-ned Tmiotti Ttrophu. r.ibUe Tni.l %  I tlUSUIkd AdinliiUli.>l<" i" Alfred Tob. Phillip* deveaaed Ptibli ...illdu..'. r bofore lebrui>i> ISM t.ftrr whUfi li.*ee.l lo dlatltbulr th I %  id a rtst l %  % %  %  %  nereto bavlBS in.nl lo Ui tlalaaw only of which t ah.. I>ad oc'.i. lion and tli-l I ahall not I xaaeta •<• dutrtbiitrd to an *-ho-e debt Of claim 1 all. had nolle And all paraona Indebted rateto are req,.le-l delay. Dated thu :th day ol Dee rnaUfTHV THVOPHII Us Quail'.-i \i olAlli.i pptlll IS II M. Wilwm. Rudlne Vearwood. P.nee ne Bain-nta laardbx.^ ol the above eabtm to iaeM the IteaaBu.. !• a* I'rtday eth JeniiBr. 1*T i A McD ri.l'.m. e 12 M> In NOTICE lipliiMllon* aie liivilnl lor Uie parliinie poet of S orpeSat. and Trvaauroi el the l^de Rrhool A hnoarledar of Uok leepUig aaaauual. Salary tM per month. Appllrallona will M received h> the ilrwlmiialrr of IMe Led*" School up to and including January Blh. IBM IS.II SI— Sn NOTICE W*l Poak-patoldara pleate note thai th*. Otkre will ant he opened MOXrtAT TTM IIIIISIII The Rarbadix Mutual Ufa Ai atoctoty. J. K >?ROWNi;. SI. IS. 91 NOTICE " % MOVtl. StAaSVAIrOH V1T 1MB fbUM 'or ISSS Mill eainmenct Us lWh Janoa., Will all >acht owneta deaitoua of enler.on phaae enter Ihelr yachu *iM Mr. II Iit-lr Bannuter at C S I'.tiirr #i Co Cloami date Sth J.n.i.rv Htf* N W.at-Sn GOVERNMENT NOTICES .... ;y; A C.I Asei l •AVtr Take thlo OpportanttT & 9 la> Wash dVtiiK ( u>lonirn .and "*"*B S t? Xapfuf X mai t. I — Tbuo ysaJt I SS B.IV.I. SI'H.K.NEK £ w OWNBSV aiaoc. ntc. aw r.. %  *>:. I'ANADIAN CRUISER II.I.l... i* rv,. eS Deer IS Jaa* SB Jan. is rebv • Jen Ml to eanl • ; Tea., ft tfairrh HI btaa. Il %  l-ADY NFILSONCAN CRUIBBfa" IADV HODMV IjtDY NB140N %  CAN CRUVBCh LADY RODNEY LADY SfaJMW* %  T Pwbr. — i %  ,: %  1 AprU GARDINER AUSTIN SL CO., LTD.—AgtnU. PART ONE ORDERS r*si OMI "aDrsNt L'al J CONNEIJ. OHt Comma, idlnd. The n^tb.-itoReslmeMi %  ,.!.: U I aakesM HlrMol Hal— The fjdRbla' Courae will 0* hrld Band Baaad prarliteo will be held Real 1 HQ at I1S0 honra nn Thuraday 1 Jan. SI HQ rta tranuruj. "A" a "B" Coy will cariy out Irolnllkfl ilr Coy Cotrunanden. Wtajneeday 2 and Thuraday Wadneaday 1 and Thunatay J J Paacruita < %  ( %  parade for training on Wadncadia-' a Jan. M OROCU v oriHii AND osuisir asaJiAJUT ros WSSK gvniNO DEO. SI. Orderly OSScer Ijeut P 1. C. PrtrrKin Orderlv Sn|eant MI 1 I Si,nnaf'. W N.il far • % %  !< Orderly Ofncer | C a. Peterklr. OrrterV. %  vn S Qulntyne. L O M. L D. Saran-Cm. Major. SO I.l & Adjittant, The MarMdo. Heaaaaan t IMS iunM"H srontF-ii PABT II OKIi'Mii tvi — staa C*l. Walker, c: l.i tVI. rrl*U-,r I nn Toyliar 3 H I C l.uhe. SM H.i HQ Oranted I *efci Nov SI c;r.*nted 7 weeaV ana leave wot Pta~ave Mjl IT Dee. p I..M -rl IS Dac I. D SKCWESVOOX. Major. SO.LP a Adji'i Tba Barbadua Ree>ioeoi ATTENTION is .trawn to the Control of Prices (Dalence) (AiiKiidincnt) Order. 1951. No. 40 which will be published in the Official Garette of Monday 24th December. 1951. 2. Under this Order the Maximum retail selling priic of -'MilkFresh" ia as follows: — ART ICLK MILK—Fresh — (II Delivered jttthM bj' Dairy Consumers I'LlllL'MSb' CKan.1 N., S. Joy. Ajnoi our. Khun Kh %  a,..I naanv InaUa, • fuhi' Inranae Stirfc. ata Avaiiaofc. TMAM-a. Pr Wm Keniv SH Dial ias ii ti n • i HAl.l'H lir.AHI> tap*** n.i* Street. .:.--! .n** ol Mot.. Ir... alao Ii which all aanvert lioraaa at a redo... price ol aval ;^l torcetUnpa !" -d aloca of Ml i nantr U i. *HKii aaclud* Motor Can aiW Mini. -iny M-chlnea etc at ML* -in .1 \M BROS sniAW MATS PSSMra Tied room Slra•leatfna SI St Vi-it Thai 'TO*. Dial I4M. IS U 91 K lol'-NAlMl li.trmallonal K tl. llaautl. ol condition, earrllent equipment, eood .elnf record Coil SToSOS now aaaa M i. ofleia Mirk< Telephone SISS. I ITS New •hlpment ol TIN airSTrs SS %  SO tnrhea Only 10 i HARRISON'S, Umad St U IgSl 111 (n> In properly stoppered milk bottles (b) In other containers' . (2t Sold to Dairy premises (a) In properly stoppered milk bottles (b) In other RETAIL PRICE ne hnuae i1. Pratt •ftua prot-' Tli... : atlraclive Vle-i i. i f ,..i,v .1 • % % %  I pMtM prlttl i %  -• baarcM There are tv U cold water The Rlteken ,Clilled Wllh i-K ..l. all modern "tmanU The pTOU Th* grounds are about • ol an acre Water and rlertrleily are inMallad ai. pad water from an eleetrfB pump SUod LSa W MftM %  11 Uld nut and feme the Kardena auppin <. .. deep well on tl .MillA M. HI AIIOA c\ CO. A.F.S., F.V.A. I A Merry Christmas Hi* and a 5? ^Prosperous New Year g NOTICE Tha public are hereby nollHed lht our PARTS DEPARTMENT will be closed from Saturday mid-day 22nd Decembar and will reopen on Wednaiclay morning, January 2nd. 1952. Thi' aurpMC "f thi closinu is (or our r.tAf.v*. FOMi SALE a IIA4.4.AITS LltOi Il Oilers will he considered for the purchase of the above group, consisting of Haggatts factory and the following estates:— Haggatts & Bruce Vale appiox. Greenland & Overhill gpprox. Bawden & River approx Friendship approx Ar.blf TU1 Arm Acre. .105 713 324 i 1 266 521 115 211 Haggatts Factory has been cxtensivery modernised and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as we.ll as D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, ihe factory produced 4.352 tons of sugar. Th bags required for the 1952 crop have been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other items the following International Harvester tractors ;— 1—TD14 Crawler-Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9. 1—Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subs lor ploughs, 1—disc plough, 1— brushbreaker plough. 8 Dodge Trucks, 1 Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for Tractors. Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules. Further details and .onditions of sale may obtained from, be IS Bread Street 'Over Phoenix Pharmacy) Dial 47M — Houn. 9-3 S P. MUSSON. SON & CO.. LTD., Broad Street, Bridgetown.



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    SUNDAY. DHIMItl.K 23. 1*31 CHLRCII SERVICES SINDAV ADVlM'ATK V \*.i Ml III \ tNOI i. (s vT vA*V *. laMao-. StW an* S*rm*r.. 3 jr. B m B..L' ana Srrr*-i %  • m S^.-laj BOBBOCK v rwnc. 11 „ „ I I "... (.RACE HILI II m MrvH rrarher. Mi O m kTVrnlna T> O.apeppar ktolF..^ ina. M. I..M-. | ft %  d BM %  II Ii pm Ct*b s-rvar* i , u KUnlM.t M wmito, finimlMI ., SS2SE?'*?** -, % ••*•* Mr r o Dnwa i "•".",'. _IS ifc M -aa-taJ,. St.. MbaM, t v^M 1 ,M Prw.*r M. V fcr"-, *** %  * %  -.. Hun* Uw and Vm*. MOMTOOAmv > p .,. PrM^hrr Mi 1 Uato. %  KOIITOJ. T p m tni"| Arthur i Pra-aaaapaei. % %  — m m uM •" C*IX)MUM Bora. AM r HI Bj| n IT LEONARD* CHl'KCH %  ui. •un4A> !" Srr^?t" l^^lT" EvJri"i t 55r^h,iMC rt,W M ( " ut *he ** all Mlnnwr Bar t A O.K.• IS A.m. Litany ami Holy Comm.iiu..n. %  artist : p.m. Iv.Monf A Seimori. pm ,~T MITBODIST Jw* *Trrrn am K, %  %  tlH—, I % %  He, II MfCuUpuaJk, Xina* Day--& am Bev J H BOM.I HI "VMS HAY >. am Rev ft M. Cultou*... rl*>l, CanumniOP; t p.m. Mr t Moot* Xma. !,,.. j m Ur w Sl |, lt WrflTFHALI. tS" am Ret J BouMon. T pm Mr G Barker Xmaa Da>-5 am Mr O Harper GILL MEMORIAL— II am Mr O Harper. 1pm Rev J M Boulton Xma. Day -1 an. H.. R. MrCull(Kin fin -Horn. Pilgrims Arrive In Bethlehem BETHLEHEM. Dec 21. Jutt before theanniversary of th-birth dChrUt, thouaanii-. of pilgrims from all part* nf the world are beginning to arrive her.fa one of ChrwientiI MHbvtHIo** Hotels. monasteries mid hostels in both Bethlehem and nearby Jerusalem are already fuil and the number of visitors to Bethlehem nn Christmas Dav itself i. expc(iad %  reach 20.000 Jordan has no, yet ..nnourteee' They come cln*fly for the J ice of rmdninht max m Bethl*how many ap| i! %  -a*hrr M l.'T II.|H wrilJNGTXIN HTfMXT II n i * M**tln* J pni Compai.' Uwrif. 7 pm llalvali,-, M^rlinf. pr aMftH (r %  a Mg %  eaaotrraruwN u ,i % %  "v Martini T nm ^ %  K^IH*.! MeeUns. Picachcr Si I ,I.L,, in.hop rUUR nOADS-ll a n. HOIIIMU Ucrl lii. J pm CanuMitMrrimc T pm M*MM*I M.ninf l-irarhar. Um>laan1 W nmm, 41STU.--II a %  HoliM.. M—tlnC 3 pm Campan> Mr-lirn. I pm lalva""* Maatln. Praarhar l-tfilntanl Bw.nl.. OkMan. PIS OORW KIt -.il am Holina Mm%  CM) I ma J pm Company M bull! "• .„ „ Ih, .urfn lr, ChrlfT... f,^" 1 ""*' •""" .""'' bom Thr Church H under the "''i*' rk „,., v i „ joinl lurUdlctUn cH Ihf Roman, ..J" c "" l *"" holy WcauClrHk. Orthodox and Armanlar, •"" ll !" n d • crucincd a' .(lurches. *" hurled Inane. To M.xlcma bo Baijilrhem's boxed houses and !" use their prophet M rookad stracts have changcj onl> ascended to heaven from then i.i "a.. A11.I..1. • --T ill* nm M.. M.M M rr,, ".•-> 4 IP i Unrlnl Nal> i Ran II ..,. I St Jol n Croaar Brv.r BUMOKT II a m. M. ti Rr**M... p m R*^ n craaln ROVTH DwmiICT-1.. .ti M. O J..na.. I pm. Hrv M A t Thorna. PROVIDfWCl: -ll %  H, Ttiomat. .RorrptioM ot N> Mernb*n< VAI'XHAIJ. • %  m Rrv M A B Tlx-na.. 1pm Mr J ClMf I Hrl.lm.. .„.!,., —,.,... ,| •. ,.. ltrTllCL--rlW% B Cro-by I.ALKMTII-'-M> O .AII|.|.-r Hn*l(WT R.v M A t Thorn.. >uni [>i~rni(-r M< A S.mu PHOVIDt7.CE MD F Griltlth VAUSKA1J, Mr 0 It-ntJ lin*lpf will be awarded to *Piaia.? ,MTB^HL ...a K7> ,"., teachers, two will be closed for -..riptarr. bt Mary Bakrr Baa* teachers outside the Go\*ernment ThU *ntionicoi-ii^ o( the^unioi-t TratnInK CoUege and two for inf of .pinlual Mfsn ..nd Ih.lr IdaiitltH. ,_-_,,,__ „. h -, „.,,, „,_j„ ,„_ -hl.1. -iembraced In Ibf Infinite Mln problem lithe town's wobbling economy. -ii MI.1.111 Split In Two Hethlehem's traditional market (ur agricultural prudutv wa. Jerusalem. Now mqri of Jerusalem Is in Isracllan territory .md thua closed to Jordan export.-.. Jordan and Israel are still technically at war and although hostilities have ceased there is >ilmost no communication acron the fr\.ntier J.'msaiem iiaelf 1split in two— between the Arab old the laiaeli Faev.city. Sin.inghtrng three years ago there havt been few tourista in BefAlehrni. Once the main source of income, was trinket* sold te travellers notably the Red Sen mother-of-pearl cut In the shape of the %  i.ir of Bethlehem. Since the war pilgrims have •" **** been able to take the traditional 1 ee—: %  m SI?-mile rood from Jerusalem lo Bethlehem because the first two Jl-JLT \ miles of it Ikes in Israel. Instead CeaSae*' cuapai e-mi they must go into Jordan .it the chruima* sun 1 .. Jerusalem end, follow the road K • 1* %  Man ot 1 !" th. Mount of Olive, and SL* ,', fJU^JS^TT" down to flethany. The Newa. 1 i P m. loiiiiudF, 1 11 %  Then the road skirU the Israeli fi^TLlf^KS. '*"-* J^^ frontier through several miles o wild country. Christmas Day is the only time in the year the one gate betwr, the old and new cities of Jerusa1 .... lem is open. The original road 1* 3 " open .1 Chrtrtmaj. 0.U5 to dlploIS'^^JffaSSXH.Kpm-r mats and consular official* and -.,, ,„ >s „ „, iniaiii.de U.N. personnel Israeli authorlcisn.'i.- n w • %  ties have approved application' *' %  * coiiaai^ eiapoi cnmSr..nfrom 2.000 Israeli-, at Christmas Mfgafl lo mr, into Jordan for n few WRVL II • M< WFUS hours on Christmas Ere. WHUX U n M BOLS iS 1 1 n i 1 1 K s mmmm With your afler-diiiiieretpSfw QREETINQS ill 1 ur Cus%  %  I our Sincere i>!'W'i'ii1VW{>f',i{.i!>iiiWi,'.v : -v. P n Un-iri. %  •orui'.in Wl.ai r.-AlrtB P m New. An-l i.11 \. .--eel MI p. •ier. irr M pm Eaeerpu tn— Ma*lah. 10 11 f< n. The Ne*. nn 1 \tii> 1 K •i %  1* pant v~i... ^a•.l S TMt a %  am* of Uan Wrrk • in" I Monlj I.Hn iju.rtarf %  —la U pa .11 If N teaa c We take this opportunity to wish Our Customers and friends 71 SKappy Christmas and Prosperous SWew tyear eiirilina I vmk wl tiwt| / -^*" • -...ne Uiherihat fT •• >atld tnd f • lot face, aauad dk-ap la-ata. OaVx M aSral W larjB^ laas. I ^Es^.a.^virpviaH.i'iiii'a'rii'i'.^t %  %  %  I x %  I I s. %  II. BO WELL l.un.l... .V ll.,.,l,,.„... KB street. I MB. ri||rRoYALJ;*A **^,mSUIJANCt(MMll5 I si I %  %  %  %  a %  %  %  v V V X 1 V f I I m 1'rtend.t and Policy holders THE COMPLIMENTS OF THE SEASON und ouure them ol the same iteadlaal aerelce In th* future a in the peril. *r'^^??^f;!^^i^^^*^'^^*^^ far araa*./ .'-.. .-<%  ,* • ^ mmuritj in Qua*, th, oihm m ordirwry in*! Onr, iht on' • %  Qmnh rtmamtd ukok amj u iM NOTICE \o 1 in; "We pre plvuscd lo announce Ihe appointment of Mr. Dennis E. Woirae as a repreienlalive. whu will be associated with Mr. Frank B. 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    P \ < .1 M\ II I \ Sl'NDAT ADVOCATE Sl'MIAV. DICfMRlK 2". i.-.i French Have 80 Homes To Challenge Derby QnbftWiliaart24afa Ions Sugar To U.S. Of 1952 St. Silas* Parent Teachers' Function R> JAMBB PARK %  %  ..•• %  quitfil %  • %  -. hut it will be inter* td HI January I %  %  %  form %  %  i \\. ware In %  tnd ii„ %  %  %  Mtor, wh<. %  %  %  %  %  •obera. %  '. I .1 the led h.v i ..' la get up The mid only %  j %  %  Cifj l.iir I VB .-" %  nothing WOJU Su/. V %  fUrlonga •• %  : U %  • race "f the year In Franc* and the Mi.tJk Park SI The dlfl< race In %  %  %  %  I Ml g not be surprised to nnd nun dc„ ; %  ' %  %  NEW YORK. Dec. U. Ji-ani.il Cummerir commenting I -vernment e*ablii*lng 1952 sugar I i point* il a* It %  ited, that I ,:< %  • \ %  it la xrr.iii.ii, %  grved %  .:i 'HE majontv of the parents i.f Ubf iHjplla Of St Sila> Girl-' S <**. St. Jama*, were present on Wednesday last w*ck at the ..hir. Parent Teacher^ MectCaral *nn aaalalanl teacher ->f rhool. corroborated the remark* the Headteacher. Dlst IPUNI Pra %  %  taautula t*XM —i >. %  %  :t the n-hw'l '[" 'he 90U cadsts. St* aiway, %  „, the pat year, told of the pro-l the undue* %  tar. SSI*** f %  "' *•* • in ,hc %  ,,,< w h ,i„ ..' Ih staff and afidenU ill lea^h ,J5; ^3fc.Sytl Vaush... ..nnldpup.1 *..affected by %  ,htf % %  wool aid in* il Increase in inven•* "> lei^rtment record dw.iiitxit.wi. ,,r '•>< v w ,,,Ml lllll'l. % % %  L .. er w, witii id.•evening .a SUrllint I'rtdiflions i -iimati l of (h< ti< i %  nUU in in,. Del %  I i latitude of lb. department or. ,1'i.rc towntrl price rh* ,i b) H.run -iMtenit-iit ^ accompanying estimate Your Real Life Told Free And %  Irri' iniighnen led. After they flooded the institute by all the laps running. Colonel Pancake packed them off on a long "cooling off" -xiUtc march. JCmctA I To OUR FRIENDS AND (TSTOMFRS MAY YOU HAVE A PEACEFUI ENJOYABLE FESTIVAL THIS is THE SINCERE WISH < U y J§ Roebuck Street Dial 4333 Il Your Hoiwopf ,iie the one at New Watch Val Royal i-eaten out of %  best important than the estlRi a Onlj Onea i %  %  %  did ii"i appeal until late Ui the xeason | I %  pUon* 1 ni h.. always been rePORTLAND. Oregon, Dec 22 %  '' t,,-h 1(1 g left hook by former -.ivy weight champion Eanl ir GfaarMa knocked out Oreg\>n farm I N -— ly Joe Kahut In the rightti round Charlen Knocks Out Kahut •I ban YESTERDAY'S CRICKET 1MB Paa* i H %  rani up thi Wilkie t I'ortlard's Pacific International -'•>li -i lait night. The Cincinnati negiu kepi Kahut well in hand despite Kabul's doKged efforts to come taking a nine count lllai liinHed a solid left ippini nay left i )ilW (n hc nnaa the i %  • % %  '.iiound. %  '' %  The 28->ear few solid bl \mus Shopper* Crowd City Shops -arM o.ar UKUHGK MA'Kr.l Id Kahut landed a>vxrk bails*** "i T-ho. %  _-Wl thai Jarred •• —"•,-"' "'"ZZtHQt, rhe tempo ol h.,. : ..ng had inCharles in the seeond round, i ..It ygl'ij %  !l.."V'. m -, .. live more "" Teaed as penj.le t-ok opportunity Charles weighed 18 % % %  -.r Christ mas lethai quirenn oday. At 4 15 pm carll 1 'ujs;. %  mon^ %  w bail but ihej Hi.i Hot worrv >**• '" %  " acQUlrad ahu' Brrtinh iVoOfM !*>Vi EgypliuiiM ... .r.i I % %  I. ,I*r. Mr* st Miwi. •deren si ..I birlh all daetll w-.l-i Mo norry warn** ! A-"'l'>ic*i W^,-. DoaUge ale. but aand Sd la H11UU1 PoaUl Orator lor Mattcmary. t*alUnoniaU ate Tou *IH ba amsiaal at tha ramrkabls actwaav ol Wa rtalanaanla ab !" %  was bOWW Wilkir i Mmwlckel i left Wilkte and i .<•ket ., duck \t. I, R. 12, W In I • %  A led Mr. HeC anil %  %  %  i OUSO.S%  ,g.n^rlp3| nd rtaan ..., pip, ISO yards froxn the|* .,, -umeed plant and surrounded them but DM 4 % %  >_<_ L _.>.-—%  ——M— •_ iiraa. nrrilmn ennrfilinriB. snmr L-. un ii.. .i..,a . %  „ .K. % % % %  A full by psau PIT TABOHE ilVpt fnfjatt Slra-v Ik.-T.h.i 1 To India cent. urtrr M.i i.-. PUN^-c •. Use* India. Poatas* Your chance (or something otherwise unobtainabl-* ENGLISH TWEED SUITS l(. MI' MI.MIIRBftMl '.lull class li-ln Twned Suil>. aTwD-paagaj :in\ I he yard in ihe islunn tmil a Tu iniliire would rml i > thins over SIIUMMI. Par Suit irom 57E54 $97 Ml CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LID. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street .*,-,'-'-'x*^*-'-'-'-'-'-'-'''''-'''*"''''*'''* kc He did i 1 1 '' Greenldg A waa run out ai 2 %  %  %  ed r,TT sritn nwrt AI (his stage %  w of rain Jtoppcnl pla> %  %  challenged re th n oaaned Hra. Mllcd. : m t n i in'" v H oothly as possible. KrUh the, mt batsmen—H. <; %  %  id towards fi *,, oiivia OaUDM .-.— -_-. a••-_k-ia k~—a avi—a ..— • " nilse t h<'ll 1 I %  At the iunctaaon Inurrval ixniu%  % %  %  i 12 and Godda d n ugn< AflCT Lunch After t! Goddard eontli ued the timings for The 100 mark watM up about live %  %  % %  PREACHING run M,% HI. lough I n/ortli UM -if .i ii"niii'Mirin fot *'< ttrad "i th* "hard pieaching*' of thR*V, W. W. Baker that it wound up In I all m which M deai %  .n, of Uu oambalaiiti \..i with hi"**.22 and //.*a*r/
  • llllK 31s*. iau. SPECIAL BARBADIAN DINNER SERVED IN MAIN DININOROOM FROM 7 TO 9.30 P.M. $5.00 per person including Ballroom admission BALLROOM TABLE RESERVATIONS FOR DINING QUESTS ONLY DANCINO IROM 9 P. M. ADMISSION TO DANCINO ONLY $1.60 Exclusive of sr.acks and refreshments which will be available DOOR AND FANCY DRESS PRIZES Balloons, Noisemakers etc. MUSIC BY PERCY GREEN'S ORCHESTRA PLEASE PHONE 3513 FOR DINNER RESERVATIONS NOT LATER THAN SATURDAY DECEMBER 29TH. %  V *tfMNifiiftamtKnH^ 1



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    RSTABI.ISHED 1895 BARBADOS, DECTMBKK IS. 1S1 1'HK.T ,l.\ CENTS 22 WICKETS TUMBLE FOR 207 RUNS W.L Hare Chance To Win Test From HAKOLII I) Ml ADELAIDE, Dec 22. Inn : r day %\ Adelaide 22 wickets fell (or JOT in an abyssmal exhibition ol batting on a pitch that offered a soft patch at one end but was otherwise playing Australia with eitfht second innings •-u kc' three behind the We.t Indie*. 'It.. .-., %  it in their power to win this Ttst and revive Interewt in the • but nobody dare now foracttl what ma> happen in the next five minutes ot play much les* haaard a gu< the result. At least the isln.dcrs haw struck al A .strain in such a manner as packci the ground bflfOn Now Ramadhln and Y \\ X Back On Cricket Map irna IKANK KABOaJI) AM LA n dun %  iiki-l worui A n HhMll %  e obscurIin Australia, %  • r tourists del AusI \ %  %  106 with AtU%  %  i It l>ack on %  !• pmcfl-mouiteclMd rrank Wortfii. Usually one T the n %  >• Up Tor batting % %  %  I by trundling down 13 overs. h N '"i : i ter tain.l i nl ai baehw n I l.m Johnson now s-. end wa* i m to drive and pull with some effect but ml!* i mod the ahoi and eventually lofted the ball to Bv %  i wiekel and Worrell had his fifth victim The local hero. Noblet played Hie most con tDfltlonaJ strokes imaginable and then bowled by Goddard— an end that could be foreseen from the beginning. Hill Johnston*, grlnniim hugely. >ub*l*ted on the edges of his bat until Worrell bowled langley and Australia were all out for 82. It had been n sanstttonal morning but oddb lacking ft was as if those srtM lowed this side around bad always suspected thnt one da) .. One would have, hoe peeted a mammoth total by the Weal Indiernlhrr than Sca t ter ing the Au-'i • %  ; to the winds without the help of. either Itamsdhin or Valentine Mar%hall Caught But although it came this heads were generally nodding In .icknowledgemoni that tt List these Mai stung theii with the mixunum cricket efficiency. Stolln i i-hall met %  ru I took six off hi* BUI Johnstons showed that he oil I n-id ni> dangerous %  a moved along i %  I) helped h) | %  Man-hall off Johnstone Then wilh the total I %  ball ployed only half I Johnston'produ Ulg %  bsstplOBI little itrusM Ibal gnve an easy catch to Burki ball caught Bui Johmu ne 11 One fa 25 Ooddord am put b %  numhrt three tit rot Won.1l %  %  i %  %  %  the morning'* Hia intention was good but ineffective -he |u1 t. dCUi ball from Lindwall and wss caughi by i-.n ; %  eetng Two for 28. It wii interesting that neither, t.f these two dismissals could be' et. But the next one psrhaps might •ood with his bat raised -iand watched a ball from Johr.tone turn slightly mward and 'icipattng It to turn the other way syer howled Johnstona I" %  for S4. Srotlmever might just a* easily %  oarsjrnd the bail taken n risk and had p i Royal Family i Gather At San..i lainil> i* assembling' at the King's great Sandnngham ggest Chiiatmas' get togeth.r auKO the second Ti< King and five ,,l h,s family left yea• S^ndriiigham lOta and favourite realbiota la ." the IMM of Norfolk county close by the Nortta Sea panyhU the King, whose recent grave illness still is cnuie for concern, were the Queen, the Mary, Prinrosai and her tsro childien.| and Princess Anne. I-ondoncrs cheered the Royal party as they boarded the Tram truss station A dozen lUves will Join them at Sandringharn before Christmas day All the Princes, Princesses i of Royal blood will be thenwlUi two exceptions: the I Duke of Windsor and Prtni THE WINMBma of the five prtsai 'iBulndo. Boy .ml Oirl-' Club raffle stnnd boidr th*ir %  >•<. Luft to rtaht r. Bernaol Hii'wgod. Deni.. Howard. Win*rtas> Bovll. I H>rwood and II %  Tsylef who won llic eat, fngidOjr-. isdiogram. <-wli8 m-chliie *„d bteVala re'taecuvaly RAFFLE PRIZES PRESENTED THE COMMISSION** OK POUCB, Colonel Micholln, yesterday c"oTo'ulltod the u minis of the Barbados Boys' and (.iris' Clubrafflebofof* bi pTOtented them with the prizes. r'u.-t pure, an Austin 'A' 40 car. went to Ilcrnnrd Harewood, of St. Lawrence, Christ Church, who won with the ticket X-1604 the bowler's heart-break. It show-1 Marv ihe King's sister, etl no signs the third dav of Day—thereby nUssinc the traditional Christmas celebrations If Monday turns out to bo a epeat perfm manec of Satuiday's ncket the gMM ll likely to bo itmas. If such be the case, the West Indiur BOW cricket's "Ugly duckling"" uii quite likcu inceiobratlng Hu %  %  er Australia beneath tl If the West Indloa tot deJOal Australia lot the Bn though the Ol Vi.OOy the West Indian: i prieod outsiders on for a tliird Test win. in Australian %  porting hi On Saturday night thl %  tasMt even If snythlfl I %  on these titans from the 1 —I-P. ladition; carol singing, vote log blaring in the fireplace,! of gifts around a brightly decorated tree. All will to the spirit jf the. . east !( %  —0> i EXPLOSION KILLS MINERS PARIS. Dec 22 Experts drafting the Eun>i>can Army Treaty agreed to-day that a European Defence Cotnmlanonar aided by the International Council if Ministers should fix the amount iicmber nations must contribute towards the support of the Army in its transitional period. National (laments then would vote on| The mine U owned by the Chicago %i ( the amounts assessed for their, Wilmington and Franklin Coal l.i\ro|M ,m Ddeuce Gout. Should Fix ILLINOIS. Dec 22 An explosion and fire 300 feat l-el..w ground In the new Orient Coal mine killed at least 4 on pagr S U.S. Sbnwn Were On Peaceful Mission EN 5 have IlBRLIN*, Oermany, Dec. 22. 1 . %  %  %  i "with the criminal ttttei dropping spies and diversion 1sts." Park Holland, the airlanding offlerr said the %  was "so >|1K il % %  • %  %  %  think •>' kind of "The I I hot is our %  sinn." --II' ntrtea, Kxperts are still trying to decide how disagreements over their as-ssments would be settled. The parts provides for a Commissioner I Coui i ,, %  itlvo Parlian.ent and a Court of Arbitration. allows a trai ,>0ggl until the DToiect A common budget has r the I Financial experts of France, West Italy and Benelu: %  orkinon an B2- I treaty draft for Foreign MlnLstors o consider at a conference on Dcember 28 and 29— I'.F. Co., and is one inei in 1 lodi VIIII Mouth I li-sril-rfKill Cuttle S'KXKHOLM, DM 22. Nuir Southern Swedish provinc ".v been aftected by fool ii disease which awept •en •several weeks ago. Some 11.000 cattle have been %  iaughten-d to preVent the spread of the disease. The cattle were worth $1,000,000. ary officials said worse than re%  %  den all kinds of Christinas travelling in area and : i I P Vittit Pkmtponed With n Communn; Barbadna from Januar* ?Hth to Ihe U.S. aaseesaia Haater %  from the %  %  ''ceassry !" the cruise of the |postponed Indct f the largest soft nation —I HOUSE BURNT WITH INFANT A 14-month-old child was burnt to death last inglit shortly after 7 o'clock when a fire which broke .,ut It Vill. Hoad. St Michael, "-.plclely a board I • i house about ten feet ight feet. I'h. hOUM "which was not lnired was the property > Ifaivell of Harts Gju wltl %  %  I. Harevr | iadv o Ci St ItiUip won the 1 i w< a Btgujga owing i ru UM tick-i / -0703. %  .. iuknat Bixarti i. as won b> Holm %  Richmond Qao St. M i iel 4b ticket tl n*j The winner of the cBI 1 eame to lasatvo worn < side his panU. He cannot drlvu HU his brothei arho can, cme ilana with him and eftn> B -nlalion, drove it out of Central %  like station The artftnef of the 'ewing m Ins ii--e.o-.,!-! i Uarewood, irning to be a seamstress and machine has remo in handv. I A. Planer Smash Red Siaj>|.lv Lines KHOUU Korea. Dec. 2 Allied planes and ships carried the war to Communists Friday in ,T. I %  . %  .,. I .11 %  .'.. supply and communications lines Aground United Nations infantryii stormed out of their central nl f OK holes and raldeil a Communlal iw*ltion northwest .'horw.m far l-hind UN. Unas. South Korean force* continued heir >D mei wgrm %  i Ml In to detai mute the Anal texl %  %  -calth %  on all points and Mnjot Gwilyn i ; i ilgnejd %  multl U indies \ Board I %  l.imitml. for Fill : published in about a fo' In Axreement. v LyUvUim H /// \rni 300 Cliini'xv Home Gvardt Press Attack New Ration CutInU.K. IX>NIX>N Dec 2a Hail) Kspreaa c ineni. a d by Wln-1 chill Oovt inn., "t eonueetlou Uh In n prlot oca 11 | bowevei lhal the C uld i-"aoquHsOd i Munatrj .; Voodli annoti The paper said it p that the (Jovcriirnent hag DO Wish .nl Hrdainf. B | ^ The majoi it> %  i i i %  %  %  i 1 %  ii" Muustr) oi Fo % % %  I) rettooa ofjt. aim pricsa '"i i ii and %  assess Luitoij.ilh, Ihe papeis fSj the inevitability of the moves but Ihej icgietled that cuts which do not gi into effect until December :10 siioutd have been announced tiefore Christmas Why ipoil this Christmas'" Ihe txpress o.i The Dally Telag v aph admitted that cuts and Invieaa** were "USevltable" inn "highly sjpjwsaosan ed The I-houi I'arty organ, Ihe OaM* Herald laH that Uiechsgujai are "harsh and a double Wow for Ihe housewife. Alreadi Loi d WnolUtn has more to explain th undsi ii Pllllllg dlSCUSM... %  aHtjktt come into force at .nice iin aotnc n MO It will the md ol %  %  %  %  %  %  %  11 %  %  rill %  whole of 1 Cornmonwealth countru %  ,f Comm %  which goii.iton UM rated to UM British . ami BrtUah Oulana, goAO Australia. 170,000 nig) t.i> io Fy M 000 it, HI ii Hond ira n .i 10.1 i. UM l... t Ah BrtUsh II Atl U .in t.'i i Hoi HSS i -ii i i Ihe praaenl Aj i I vision is made tor iheti (or thai of st %  li I'nilorui I'-ice III tills H|g til I It inkl tons f Fooii tald %  %  bacon are due to foot and mouth disease l*tth in Bail rsotebb in Holland an.i Dsnm rl mm where much of Uh I The present cand> i ll : oiini i-s .will DO i ill bj hsll an junce. the Arst rOdUCl on since that rationing of COndl •'* re-lnalltuled in August 1040. The four-ouim HI will l.e cut to INKIounoag a week Bacon I will each be boosted to tan |i" Boa i>er half pound. Cheese i. now f.iiiteen pSJUga) and beano two ihfningg aaven peoe> pound t P. 1 lintish Colonial v %  %  again Malay guciill.,A dniMiassOll win be from I scttlemeiH Of A0.000 i %  aaanf reg I will be %  %  %  1 —I'.P. rodi i i-lln of lining tiii rovMed in 11 Hte balance of Us sold at Hu* Dagotla'ed i nil. ad fot i ampetlUvot; the preferential mail. i Mintstiy of Food will e. . U IInet lea aflei th) ('..oi sraalth pi resume direct Canadian %  o n:h their %  I [ n ode channels, t no foi ta ah i %  inpun based ICO "ill IHundl the litiht of all II i UM [he ConummwealUi price foi I9S2 has been Ion .II irn roe* I Bd. i ci i price. .. wealth Bugai A • -ri T • i..11v be unked 'eith ..i motional migai Agn i i i uoj lime M an Intel rial negotiated III. IKfie • .I einxind Iheli ak 'initial matkcl Lyttelton Semis Message ThO MINI •' %  and ihe %  ntes. aim grsaa pleasui and hostels oversea* ami m> bass ... alsbratln clubs ivereaaa, l %  .i with : I %  all I hose who are assoclao .1 "ill. .nl aeaNtl. nd Thundcr|e' swooped dow ieoi Kut set the entir>valley ahlaa Far East Air Forces am oun i 14 UN. planes wen*hot down Korea during Ih. -.!( .'tided Friday DuriiiK the tame period "tie Red Mm. was shot ignt ot i Air Force said -- he was travelling skidded airoos i ihe road and smashed Into a w.-II _CF. I .S. Will Crilirist l ; .K.I{^fiaalToJoii I lll'0|H'iMr Will) IXMDOH Da aid lhal Churchill win uva .HI. Oil bone to piek when he visits Wastungtuti next mouth tfe %  the growing criticism In the United States of Biitam's refusal I., ("in the Euio|x-an .um) This .iitni.ii, has irritated British ofllculs. They say nelUicr American gem-raL nor dlplon on xi-. '.-i thei join the my, yel when n a un none of %  %  • %  Amu > %  .u, onVials have fk position and United StaUi S" rctary of Slat.liean Acheson hoi -.u implied thai Britain should eventually Join the army. The Hrttish *ay that the plan winked out wi'h American leadeis was that Britain would form ft flank", Ihe European entre and trie American army the right flank of 'ieneral Dwight l) KUenhowers AUaotlc pa* t armies, —I'P. tigypt wm Not Submit Dispute To United Nations CAIHO. Dec 22 Irtll fast Bubmit her dispuia with Britain to ihe United Nations since 1030 Anglo-EgyptLTVeMty and the Anglo-Euypti' %  %  %  mat on Buda "may be considered dead and cai not l icvived" Acting Fnren, %  • MO loU %  i %  • d Egypt i-rpare-l Io make her %  i I an argilml Farah Pasha said the United tes Ambasisrior Jefferson Caf•'•> had %  i lied on bin Inquire about reports reaching :h State Department in Wanlungto. tliat F^rypt hail daeldod Io submit her case to the Security Council. Earlier Caffrey was U-lievc-i have taken a iwvaw from Bex BUfai ii. iAchcaoi Kgypfs Acting Eoieign Mini CaaTrey wh., has made sla calls on Farag I'anha in the last f right told repoite.* dfter t talk to-day "Wr continued Mlddls i ituation XMAS CHEER K. W. V. provides hntli UM Key' and Ihe 'Spirit' fur real ciijoymenl in ihe tnniini; festive sell son With Xmas an>ur.% •traded oal 'id from Allied prison campo The U N disclosed eame only a few hours after Hod 100 NOrth Koreans they negotiators at Pvnmunjom de-'•en rnandl an .xplanatujii %  hy I and will I* released. 44.520 ume. reported by the Hod Communlsta said they would Cross were not included M 'he exchange proposal' prisoner lit turned over h% '.he N spokesman said he beU N Isal Tuesday ueved ~"\her waa lass than a Rear Admiral Llbby said '.be dHwrepaney between the UN| "' wartime Inti list and that submlUed 1 "*'" Red Cross waydue to the time J*!* 11 1 laiUn-Americar. lag on information reaching Co. f the I lop a c i d I munlsts from Geneva. f-I" Die sTeat, Adenauer said The Allies have notified the Lalin-Amerira is a continent that Red Cross that 37.500 name* will in futu tliould be removed from the list %  importance to the world than It is of prisoners. There was no Im-, to-day and it has always >een mediate explanation of the differvast field of activity for Herman ence between the I'N and Redjenonomy'' Bguras.—KB —I'.F. i um wanes Cape llry H.-.I (I Cape Hi'. K"! ill-; t-Bodtal) Cahorrel SaOVlgBOn Capt MUuai Sv." • WhlM (W. n i • si: i MA 11 \ t. II VB8 Sp.iikhni: I Sparklini' H MM Van drr II I.ii|lli'llr ar SllCltllll S OM Ol DI.I r.i Pllt Drj • SW1 I I WINKS union Purl Tawny • IBOtt Mil WINKS 1 Cocktail Sweet Vermouth Dry Vermouth Hraiulii'. I Sii|)rrin Favourad bj PrcCwMiUaJ Tariff) K.tt'.V. a wurs at cheaper %  quality. Ask thai iiiimiiliaaiii. ha "ill 1.11 you! — The Drink i.f Life — K. W. V. — The Only and TinBest —


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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Sunday, December 23, 1951
    Frequency: daily
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    Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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    RSTABI.ISHED 1895
    BARBADOS, DECTMBKK IS. 1S1
    1'HK.T ,l.\ CENTS
    22 WICKETS TUMBLE FOR 207 RUNS
    W.L Hare Chance
    To Win Test
    From HAKOLII I) Ml
    ADELAIDE, Dec 22.
    Inn : r day %\ Adelaide 22 wickets fell (or JOT
    in an abyssmal exhibition ol batting on a pitch that
    offered a soft patch at one end but was otherwise playing
    Australia with eitfht second innings -u kc'
    three behind the We.t Indie*. 'It.. .-., it in
    their power to win this Ttst and revive Interewt in the
    but nobody dare now foracttl what ma> happen in
    the next five minutes ot play much les* haaard a gu<
    the result. At least the isln.dcrs haw struck al A .strain
    in such a manner as packci the ground bflfOn
    Now Ramadhln and Y
    \\ X Back On
    Cricket Map
    irna ikank KABOaJI)
    AM LA
    n dun

    -
    iiki-l worui A
    n HhMll
    , e obscur-
    I- in Australia,
    .
    -
    r tourists
    del Aus-
    I
    \
    106 with AtU-

    i
    It l>ack on

    . ! pmcfl-mouiteclMd
    rrank Wortfii.
    Usually one t the
    n .
    > Up Tor batting
    '
    I by trundling down 13 overs.
    h N '"i : ijor AuMrnlinn hnttiny i
    BfWrttBg Pitrh
    *
    Ciiltlf I'I Kill OUl
    pioviditi*; Hit .au.sv (or one of liie
    I
    mstory ot the Ashes, Cricketers
    ban BMtsftUni pui
    the Advla.de pitch
    II KV oV-VVlCH*
    hove a moderately useful
    " to work iind one thai
    i.. .
    ous and u will Him tM

    while and really bat.
    Wick* Not So Bad
    Dunn,: lunrh til
    object ol sciiiiu
    *h had watched the A
    It appeared thai
    Cathedral end Mm WOS a patch
    Of apftnaw "huh was causing
    the baU to hang a little
    *w life in the wirk.i
    bu. nothing ahati i
    peared to account for U
    whelming success of the
    luncii the pro-
    i derail i
    immediately bowled bj

    Lindwall from OM
    mated the tailend batting of th.,
    '
    I com fur (able MM)
    nd faced with the cntu.
    ihility of making nun
    effort to rescue the aJcV |
    lied himself Into knots of -uku-Ii.
    Ijii jo!
    forward and making 0
    of anybody to put up ..
    fence, but his partner-, H
    only for sudden death h) bitting.
    Ring wet
    raj but eould .i i
    turned Qodd> i
    ter tain.l i
    nl ai baehw n I
    l.m Johnson now s-.
    end wa* i m to drive
    and pull with some effect but ml!*
    i mod the ahoi and eventually loft-
    ed the ball to Bv i
    wiekel and Worrell had his fifth
    victim
    The local hero. Noblet played
    Hie most con
    tDfltlonaJ strokes imaginable and
    , then bowled by Goddard
    an end that could be foreseen
    from the beginning.
    Hill Johnston*, grlnniim hugely.
    >ub*l*ted on the edges of his bat
    until Worrell bowled langley and
    Australia were all out for 82.
    It had been n sanstttonal morn-
    ing but oddb lacking
    ft was as if those srtM
    lowed this side around bad always
    suspected thnt one da) '
    .. .
    One would have, hoe
    peeted a mammoth total by the
    Weal Indie- rnlhrr than Scattering
    the Au-'i ; to the
    winds without the help of. either
    Itamsdhin or Valentine
    Mar%hall Caught
    But although it came this
    heads were generally nodding In
    .icknowledgemoni that tt List
    these Mai stung theii
    with the mixunum
    cricket efficiency.
    Stolln i i-hall met
    ru
    I took six off hi*
    BUI Johnstons showed
    that he oil I n-id ni> dangerous

    a moved along i
    I) helped h) |
    Man-hall off Johnstone
    Then wilh the total I
    ball ployed only half I
    Johnston'- produ Ulg bsstplOBI
    little itrusM Ibal gnve an easy
    catch to Burki
    ball caught Bui
    Johmu ne 11 One fa 25
    Ooddord am put b
    numhrt three tit rot Won.1l -
    i

    the morning'*
    Hia intention was good but in-
    effective -he |u1 t. dCUi
    ball from Lindwall and wss caughi
    by i-.n; eetng Two
    for 28.
    It wii interesting that neither,
    t.f these two dismissals could be'
    et.
    But the next one psrhaps might
    ood with
    his bat raised -i-
    and watched a ball from Johr.-
    tone turn slightly mward and
    'icipattng It to turn the other way
    syer howled Johnstona I"
    for S4.
    Srotlmever might just a* easily
    oarsjrnd the bail
    taken n risk and had p i
    Royal Family i
    Gather At
    San LONDON. Dec. M. I
    R >..i lainil> i* assembling'
    at the King's great Sandnngham
    ggest Chiiatmas'
    get togeth.r auKO the second
    Ti< King and five
    ,,l h,s family left yea-
    S^ndriiigham
    lOta and favourite real-
    biota la ." the Imm of
    Norfolk county close by the
    Nortta Sea
    panyhU the King, whose
    recent grave illness still is cnuie
    for concern, were the Queen, the
    Mary, Prinrosai
    and her tsro childien.|
    and Princess
    Anne.
    I-ondoncrs cheered the Royal
    party as they boarded the Tram
    . truss station A dozen
    lUves will Join them at
    Sandringharn before Christmas
    day All the Princes, Princesses
    i of Royal blood will be
    then- wlUi two exceptions: the
    I Duke of Windsor and Prtni
    THE WINMBma of the five prtsa- i 'i- Bulndo. Boy .ml Oirl-'
    Club raffle stnnd boidr th*ir *><. Luft to rtaht r. Bernaol
    Hii'wgod. Deni.. Howard. Win*rtas> Bovll. I H>rwood and II
    Tsylef who won llic eat, fngidOjr-. isdiogram. <-wli8 m-chliie *d
    bteVala re'taecuvaly
    RAFFLE PRIZES
    PRESENTED
    THE COMMISSION** OK POUCB, Colonel Micholln,
    yesterday c- "oTo'ulltod the u minis of the Barbados Boys'
    and (.iris' Club- raffle- bofof* bi pTOtented them with the
    prizes.
    r'u.-t pure, an Austin 'A' 40 car. went to Ilcrnnrd Hare-
    wood, of St. Lawrence, Christ Church, who won with the
    ticket X-1604 _______
    the bowler's heart-break. It show-1 Marv ihe King's sister,
    etl no signs Apar! from Worrell'l !* wick-! H will !" an old fashi.niert
    ols, Aussie left-hander big hill J t'hnstmas |orty i
    Johnston bowled on the spot for
    cmuw;\ WiXNSBM
    Of CIIKISTHAS
    GOsbMHIXW
    VVUNNL lAliMimi
    PATRICK FftOBT
    M \l;i.\i:i I ANN
    MrKlNNTRV
    Please call at the Ad\e-
    saaa" Kdiiorlal Office be-
    tween 10 a to and 12 immhi
    lor tour prises.
    BIX fo
    May I M.i Before aasM
    Now the gamo DOVSg .oto lla
    cond day on Monday aritta Hie
    ilii their second Uiningk to come

    in their second session. The West
    Indians and Australian* complain-
    ing eurlter about having to pla>
    the third dav of '
    Daythereby nUssinc
    the traditional Christmas cele-
    brations
    If Monday turns out to bo a
    epeat perfm manec of Satuiday's
    ncket the gMM ll likely to bo
    itmas. If such be
    the case, the West Indiur
    BOW cricket's "Ugly duckling""
    uii quite likcu in- ceiobratlng Hu

    er Australia beneath tl
    If the West Indloa tot
    deJOal Australia lot the
    Bn though the
    Ol Vi.-
    OOy the West Indian-
    : i prieod outsiders on
    for a tliird Test win. in Australian
    porting hi
    On Saturday night thl
    tasMt even If snythlfl I
    on these titans
    from the 1
    I-P.
    ladition; carol singing,
    vote log blaring in the fireplace,!
    of gifts around a
    brightly decorated tree. All will
    to the spirit jf the.
    . east !( 0> i
    EXPLOSION
    KILLS MINERS
    PARIS. Dec 22
    Experts drafting the Eun>i>can
    Army Treaty agreed to-day that
    a European Defence Cotnmlanonar
    aided by the International Council
    if Ministers should fix the amount
    iicmber nations must contribute
    towards the support of the Army
    in its transitional period. National
    (laments then would vote on| The mine U owned by the Chicago %i (
    the amounts assessed for their, Wilmington and Franklin Coal
    l.i\ro|M ,m Ddeuce
    Gout. Should Fix
    ILLINOIS. Dec 22
    An explosion and fire 300 feat
    l-el..w ground In the new Orient
    Coal mine killed at least 4 unit trapped another 75 Police
    Chief Jrtse Carr said the injured
    nun ri wgro being b'.mght
    surface by rOBCUs teams
    A leinporary morgue was so*
    up in Uie Central Hlh Schi^l
    . Gymnasium. Corm er D
    I ton laid there were 40 ImmIIob U
    the mine shaft waiting to be re-
    moved.
    The explosion last night de-
    mollshed the mine's venUlutuu
    systi-rn ami icscue squads probed
    darkened and dust filled shaft
    using portable oxygen tan!
    I I.Mth.
    i ied his i
    i light.
    a Kor :.l At Tea
    '
    'A .
    ning h-i.

    anything of a pi.-
    i
    I
    not at the
    end wh-
    posed to
    I

    One wai almost drive:
    posing that we were watching a
    conspiracy to fss I
    Then
    four was caught b}

    Johnstone lor'four. It was the'that the
    g> on pagr S
    U.S. Sbnwn Were
    On Peaceful Mission
    EN 5
    . have
    IlBRLIN*, Oermany, Dec. 22.
    1 .<- eormTtomfing ofllcer
    four American airmen wlm
    been ordered to stand trial ml
    The boyi were
    " eful Job"
    over Com-

    The B
    ' Ignt the four man
    raw ol i < l 7 forced down
    sold ie tried by
    > . i
    "with the criminal ttttei
    dropping spies and diversion 1sts."
    Park Holland, the air-
    landing offlerr said the
    was "so
    >|1K il



    think >' kind of
    "The I.....
    I hot is our

    sinn." --II'
    ntrtea,
    Kxperts are still trying to decide
    how disagreements over their as-
    -ssments would be settled. The
    parts provides for a Commissioner
    I Coui
    i ,, itlvo Parlian.ent
    and a Court of Arbitration.
    allows a trai
    ,- >0ggl
    until the DToiect
    A common budget has
    r the I
    Financial experts of France, West
    . Italy and Benelu:
    orkin- on an B2-
    I treaty draft for Foreign MlnLstors
    ' o consider at a conference on Dc-
    ember 28 and 29 I'.F.
    Co., and is one
    inei in 1
    lodi ViiiI Mouth
    I li-sril-rf- Kill Cuttle
    S'KXKHOLM, DM 22.
    Nuir Southern Swedish provinc
    ".v been aftected by fool
    ii disease which awept
    en several weeks ago.
    Some 11.000 cattle have been
    iaughten-d to preVent the spread
    of the disease.
    The cattle were worth $1,000,000.
    ary officials said
    worse than re-

    den all kinds of Christinas travel-
    ling in area and
    : i
    I P
    Vittit Pkmtponed
    With n
    Communn;
    Barbadna from Januar* ?Hth to
    Ihe U.S.
    aaseesaia Haater

    from the

    ''ceassry
    ,. the cruise of the
    |postponed Indct
    f the largest soft
    nation I
    HOUSE BURNT
    WITH INFANT
    A 14-month-old child was burnt
    to death last inglit shortly after
    7 o'clock when a fire which broke
    .,ut It Vill. Hoad. St Michael,
    "-.plclely a board I
    i house about ten feet
    ight feet.
    I'h. hOUM "which was not ln-
    ired was the property 01 Lloyd The lire gtaVtOd
    result of a lighted lamp having
    flared up and caught some etotl
    When the fire uioke out tl I
    of the three children who had
    been left in the house had list
    gone to a nearby shop. The Child
    who was burnt was one of a twin.
    nd the third child was three years
    Bid
    The neighbours gave r<
    which hindered the fire spreading
    further and on the arrival of the
    Fire Brigade the fire had been a1*
    most completely put out.
    ime waa won
    I BjU HO" Hg A; Co.
    I .tii ihe ticket Y 3704
    i D HM.V
    am This was won i>>
    Ifaivell of Harts Gju wltl

    I. Harevr | iadv o
    Ci St ItiUip won the
    1 i w< a Btgujga owing i
    ru UM tick-i / -0703.
    .. iuknat Bixarti
    i. as won b> Holm
    ' Richmond Qao St. M i iel
    4b ticket tl n*j
    The winner of the cBI 1
    eame to lasatvo
    worn <
    side his panU. He cannot drlvu
    hu his brothei arho can, cme
    ilana with him and eftn> B
    -nlalion, drove it out of Central
    like station
    The artftnef of the 'ewing m
    Ins ii--e.o-.,!-! i Uarewood,
    irning to be a seamstress and
    . machine has remo in handv.
    I A. Planer Smash
    Red Siaj>|.lv Lines
    KHOUU Korea. Dec. 2
    Allied planes and ships carried
    the war to Communists Friday in
    ,T. I ...,. I .11 .'.. '
    supply and communications lines
    Aground United Nations infantry-
    ii stormed out of their central
    nl f ok holes and raldeil a Com-
    munlal iw*ltion northwest
    .'horw.m far l-hind UN. Unas.
    South Korean force* continued
    heir Has and itandit- The Unit-.i
    a Eighth Army said 297 Reds
    l-.dl.il and 238 raptured
    Thin day and Frtday the Air
    v psetaeulai
    900,000 Tons Sugar
    ADocated To W.I.
    THE m.ms'I'KK Of K> >D mei wgrm
    i Ml In
    to detai mute the Anal texl .-calth

    on all points and Mnjot Gwilyn i
    ; i ilgnejd multl U
    indies \
    Board I.....

    l.imitml. for Fill :
    published in about a fo' In
    Axreement. v
    LyUvUim H ///
    \rni 300 Cliini'xv
    Home Gvardt
    Press Attack
    New Ration
    CutInU.K.
    IX>NIX>N Dec 2a
    Hail) Kspreaa c.....ineni.
    '.....ad by Wln-
    -1 chill Oovt inn., "t
    eonueetlou Uh In n
    prlot oca
    11 | bowevei lhal the C
    uld i-- "aoquHsOd of ihe timing ol o>i
    Munatrj .; Voodli annoti
    The paper said it p
    that the (Jovcriirnent hag DO Wish
    .nl Hrdain- f.B| ^
    The majoi it> ! i
    i i i1 ii"
    Muustr) oi Fo
    I) rettooa ofjt. aim pricsa
    '"i i......ii and assess
    Luitoij.ilh, Ihe papeis fSj
    the inevitability of the moves but
    Ihej icgietled that cuts which do
    not gi into effect until December
    :10 siioutd have been announced
    tiefore Christmas Why ipoil this
    Christmas'" Ihe txpress o.i
    The Dally Telagvaph admitted
    that cuts and Invieaa** were "US-
    evltable" inn "highly sjpjwsaosan
    ed The I-houi I'arty organ, Ihe
    OaM* Herald laH that Uiechsgujai
    are "harsh and a double Wow for
    Ihe housewife. Alreadi Loi d
    WnolUtn has more to explain th
    undsi ii
    Pllllllg dlSCUSM...
    aHtjktt come into force
    at .nice i- in aotnc n
    MO It will
    the md ol
    '


    11
    rill

    whole of 1
    Cornmonwealth countru
    .
    ,f Comm
    .
    which goii.iton um
    rated to UM British .
    ami BrtUah Oulana, goAO
    Australia. 170,000 -
    nig) t.i> io Fy M 000
    it,hi ii Hond ira n .i 10.1
    i. Um l... t Ah
    BrtUsh ii
    Atl U .in t.'i i Hoi HSS i -ii i i
    Ihe praaenl Aj .....i I
    vision is made tor iheti
    (or thai of st
    .
    li
    I'nilorui I'-ice
    III tills H|g ,
    til
    I
    , It inkl tons wealth price a hl< h ahall bo i
    btj amuneral
    v ,
    of
    t
    ,1 '
    n .
    >f Fooii tald !
    bacon are due to foot and mouth
    disease l*tth in Bail
    rsotebb in Holland an.i Dsnm rl
    mm where much of Uh
    I
    The present cand> i ll
    : oiini i-s .will DO i ill bj
    hsll an junce. the Arst rOdUCl on
    since that rationing of COndl '*
    re-lnalltuled in August 1040. The
    four-ouim hi will l.e
    cut to inki- ounoag a week Bacon
    I will each be boosted to
    tan |i" Boa i>er half pound. Cheese
    i. now f.iiiteen pSJUga) and beano
    two ihfningg aaven peoe>
    pound t p.
    1
    lintish Colonial v-

    again '
    Malay guciill.,- A dniMiassOll
    win be from I
    scttlemeiH .
    Of A0.000 i

    aaanf re-
    g
    I
    will be


    ,
    1
    ' I'.P.
    rodi i
    i-lln
    of
    lining tiii .
    rovMed in 11
    Hte balance of Us
    sold at Hu* Dagotla'ed i
    nil. ad fot i ampetlUvot;
    the preferential mail.
    i
    Mintstiy of Food will e.
    . .
    U
    IInet lea aflei th)
    ('..oi.......sraalth pi
    resume direct
    Canadian o n:h their
    I [ n ode channels, t
    no foi ta ah i

    in- pun based
    ICO "ill Ih- undl
    the litiht of all II i
    UM
    [he ConummwealUi price foi
    I9S2 has been .......
    Ion .ii irn roe* I Bd. i ci
    i price.
    ..
    wealth Bugai A
    -rit i..11v be unked 'eith ..i
    motional migai Agn i
    i i uoj
    lime M
    an Intel rial
    negotiated III. Ik- fie
    .I einxind Iheli ak
    'initial matkcl
    Lyttelton
    Semis Message
    ThO Mini' and ihe

    ntes.
    aim grsaa pleasui
    and hostels oversea* ami m> bass
    ...
    alsbrat-
    ln clubs ivereaaa, l

    .i with
    :
    I

    all I hose who are assoclao .1 "ill.
    ' .nl aea-
    Ntl.
    nd
    Thundcr|e' swooped dow
    ieoi Kut
    set the entir>- valley ahlaa
    Far East Air Forces am oun i
    14 UN. planes wen- *hot down
    Korea during Ih. -.!( .'tid-
    ed Friday DuriiiK the tame
    period "tie Red Mm. was shot
    . ignt ot i
    Air Force said -- Miiiinter Injured
    PARIS. 1X 22
    Uruguayan Minister of Public
    Works was reported Injured in an
    Vesoul in Haui-
    .. IHpartmcnt. The aecident
    occurred when b>
    he was travelling skidded airoos
    i ihe road and smashed Into a w.-II
    _cf.
    I .S. Will Crilirist
    l;.K.I{^fiaalToJoii
    I lll'0|H'iMr Will)
    IXMDOH Da
    aid lhal Churchill win
    uva .hi. Oil bone to piek when
    he visits Wastungtuti next mouth
    tfe the growing criticism In
    the United States of Biitam's
    refusal I., ("in the Euio|x-an .um)
    This .iitni.ii, has irritated
    British ofllculs. They say nelUicr
    American gem-raL nor dlplon
    on xi-. '.-i thei join the
    my, yel when
    n a un none of * * Amu> .u,
    onVials have fk '
    position and United StaUi S" rc-
    tary of Slat.- liean Acheson hoi
    -.u implied thai Britain
    should eventually Join the army.
    The Hrttish *ay that the plan
    winked out wi'h American lead-
    eis was that Britain would form
    ft flank", Ihe European
    entre and trie American
    army the right flank of 'ieneral
    Dwight l) KUenhowers AUaotlc
    pa* t armies, I'P.
    tigypt wm Not
    Submit Dispute
    To United Nations
    CAIHO. Dec 22
    Irtll fast Bubmit her dis-
    puia with Britain to ihe United
    Nations since 1030 Anglo-EgyptL-
    TVeMty and the Anglo-Euypti'
    . mat' on Buda
    "may be considered dead and cai
    not l icvived" Acting Fnren,


    MO loU i d Egypt
    i-rpare-l Io make her
    i
    I an argil-
    ml '
    Farah Pasha said the United
    tes Ambasisrior Jefferson Caf-
    '> had i lied on bin
    Inquire about reports reaching :h
    State Department in Wanlungto.
    tliat F^rypt hail daeldod Io submit
    her case to the Security Council.
    Earlier Caffrey was U-lievc-i
    have taken a iwvaw from Bex -
    BUfai ii. i- Achcaoi
    Kgypfs Acting Eoieign Mini
    CaaTrey wh., has made sla calls
    on Farag I'anha in the last f
    right told repoite.* dfter t
    talk to-day "Wr continued
    Mlddls i
    ituation "
    XMAS CHEER
    K. W. V.
    provides hntli UM Key' and Ihe 'Spirit'
    fur real ciijoymenl in ihe tnniini; festive
    sell son '
    With Xmas an>ur. K.VV.V. Thnil-hls | Vina- 1
    nobweur of 'Ihe 1 *
    "Old Cheat'' with II

    U.N. Suggest Exchange Of Sick
    Clomr Relations
    Ret ween Nations
    ntAABOURC
    n m Ft i
    -uld agre-
    i negoUators to- The itinimncement that 7.a00
    day ug*estrd the immediate ex- Nuruh K.^ean civilians are U. >%
    traded oal 'id from Allied prison campo
    The U N disclosed eame only a few hours after Hod
    100 NOrth Koreans they negotiators at Pvnmunjom de-
    -'en rnandl an .xplanatujii hy
    I and will I* released. 44.520 ume. reported by the Hod
    Communlsta said they would Cross were not included m 'he
    exchange proposal' prisoner lit turned over h% '.he
    N spokesman said he be- U N Isal Tuesday
    ueved ~"\her waa lass than a Rear Admiral Llbby said '.be
    dHwrepaney between the UN|,"' wartime Inti
    list and that submlUed "1"*'"
    Red Cross way- due to the time J*!*11"1 laiUn-Americar.
    lag on information reaching Co. f the I lop acid I
    munlsts from Geneva. f-I" Die sTeat, Adenauer said
    The Allies have notified the Lalin-Amerira is a continent that
    Red Cross that 37.500 name* will in futu
    tliould be removed from the list importance to the world than It is
    of prisoners. There was no Im-, to-day and it has always >een
    mediate explanation of the differ- vast field of activity for Herman
    ence between the I'N and Redjenonomy''
    Bguras.KB I'.F.
    i um wanes
    Cape llry H.-.I (I
    Cape Hi'. K"! ill-; t-Bodtal)
    Cahorrel SaOVlgBOn
    Capt MUuai Sv." WhlM
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    Sparklini' H MM
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    IBOtt Mil
    WINKS
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    Sweet
    Vermouth
    Dry Vermouth
    Hraiulii'.
    I Sii|)rrin
    Favourad bj PrcCwMiUaJ Tariff)
    K.tt'.V. a wurs at cheaper

    quality. Ask thai iiiimiiliaaiii. ha "ill 1.11 you!
    The Drink i.f Life
    K. W. V.
    The Only and Tin- Best


    PAGE TWO
    N sr>,\Y VDVOCATE
    SUNDAY. DECEMBER 23, 151
    PLAZA
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    Last 2 Slion I'd-DAY
    4.43 ft 8 30 pjn
    Muiiogram presents
    "BAD ROY"
    Uoyd NOLAN
    Audle MURPHY
    James GLEASON
    Also Th.- Christmas Short
    1 I1R1STMAK I HI I \\|
    Monday to Wednesday
    8.30
    Mai Wad i U p m
    HlHHIHKIPn Kin IHM
    JIMMY (Loulsana) DAVIS
    "TRAIL Ol llll VI KUN
    KIRBV CHANT It
    CHINOOK_________
    MlDNji.nr MONDAY
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    TRAIL"
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    ~'AS tin mi i
    O'BRIEN LrNN-HOOMNj
    ^^MHKKBiiiiing
    ~_|IS l-X< H-LFNcy ihe cover
    11 nc and Lady Savage will be
    1 -< mi at Ihe Sjli;,!,,* Army
    / nnual (I ttnrtion ..
    " icir hfad|u.inni In Read SUM
    1 munw momtnc at 30 o'esorV
    CaJtib QaUinq
    A:-
    at 450 needy people will n
    paicels of food and otbei
    UMnBk in two
    Married Yesterday
    YESTERDAY -.h.nio-n *ai J
    Mary's Church. Mis* GIo>
    Ti an.l Sahely. d.i|
    .1
    fhter of
    Back To Jii
    SIR RONALD and Lady nt*^ I
    Friday for :
    by BW I.A. Sir Ronald. '
    member of the Execute..
    tec of the Jamaica Goveraai
    Sir Ronald had bean in B
    attending the third meeting
    tn* Regional Economic COsBan '
    Medical Officer
    Oeuii
    Kit' wa<
    H-in.-ild Hodman, i
    Mr* H. F. Rarima

    Christmas Eve
    arrived on u>dnesday accompan-
    ied by his wife end daughter.
    Here on a holiday they are fur I
    at Cacrabank.
    Christmas Party
    t mid
    hit- b
    '
    *"- ''':;',. ''-*-', --'.'--.-.-, --',*.*- -.*.-.-,*. v,-,

    clviBpoir\ciiv\d.
    llMlmorill (inil, llrhn-,
    LU"CHi;ONH MIKKTMH bUI'VF.RB
    * BagBaai Auifncan and Oreoln Drtiik-
    Opea Duly fn.ni || ..m XmA Day and Sunday, only from li pin
    Sincere Season's Qreetlngs To All Our Friends
    Dl.l 477'J Tor R"-.rv,tiuii-
    "UK HARIIAIMIS
    AQl'ATIt CLUB
    (Mimban Onhrl
    DINNERB w!ii t* xr
    l in the Ballroom be-i
    tni 9 p.m.
    (Mondav. December
    24th I
    Ver/ Special Menu
    Priir U.IKI
    DANCING from in p.m.
    3J till :i a.m.
    - Tlrketi: 2/-
    Satihactive ai
    3 BALLROOM ."1
    iikcoi.1.'. i ioNsae
    OMaBt, H.illoonaa|
    Dance, and Spot WallzH
    Sfor which Prize, will hg
    .HC'I
    _Mink n> . b. mmia ^
    B___*g*_%j-jl* 18 I A SON. (Thomw Cam. II ,
    "V* A bora o lx^.,nb.-r lh
    ICapl and Mr* F. J. Flurn:-
    I Montnal, Canada. Capt. Burnt
    BaaaiMarn
    rrMKl to Mr
    n of Mr and
    of Font
    The crramony which took place
    ahorUy ..tier 4 30 o'clock was par-
    Rev. HlndL The bride
    ho was Kiven in marriage by
    * Walton wore a dree*
    if Ivory pique taffeta, with sweet-
    heart neckline, full skirl with
    'nail tram attached. Tii.
    **T* Baort and *he wore mitten*
    Her headdress waa a wreath of
    DR NEIL STEWART Tri'k white flowers which kepi in
    who waa hare In December bwl pink 0^h'd.
    year Is once again In Barbados Hr
    Ahlle i
    allta and
    NEARLY 20U
    paflM fea
    Health Centre'* annual r*n
    Party held at the St. La
    fiirU" ScIhkiI on Thursday
    i ..'ol. ware iunn. iefr<>*h
    ad and everyone
    The Bridesmaid was Mum
    Shirley Walton who wore maize
    brocaded silk, off the shoulder
    vith a full gathered gUrl llt*i
    headdreas was a tiara of ribbon
    -nd flowers and she i
    bouquet of pink .:rhlds and
    other cut Dower*
    mi: \Mi MSh kiin ll.li i;iiim\n
    Gay Partiet Mark Feativr
    .-hlldren m
    s, JSS^rsss js^-zjz^..'"M.-Bsr
    Potter. Mi Billv Ward Mi Geof- | T sacmed aa If all she Chits
    Irey Onodlni and Mr Frank mua Bra i I
    Redman place lost night there waa so rru<
    ,.._. lh doing. It afcw heralded lha opei
    After the ceremon> .. reception *. ^ 32.
    "" * >!* at "Cromer," Upper B-. " Li ,L ,JTiSi-
    slved a SM parcel Street the home of Mr inl Mr. "^,^,^1,!"J.!?!!'.**\
    s.hlch contained a toy and a nc.-. Horace Walton The honeymoon -fggjy^"*W" ?*
    of cloth o. garment from a eery U being spent U "Coral Springs" B*"01'
    oallliv i.uiWitm l.ni. !iath4u>Kii
    Jovial and healthy looking Sania Baths*,ha
    Claus fn addition the children
    of Rockley Reich opened witn
    received sweet* and fruit
    hearty cheer* ti
    left the School
    Thrre
    bar C B. Brow
    id his Orcheslrn
    Passed Finals
    NURSE Gwennath Elam.
    bands, third daughter
    Annual Disnar
    Cocktail Bart) given by the Man- 'it Ae AnKlicanH^ School, wh.l
    i -ity tuert, were 1nm'- * ffd to the local
    on band I Bw occasion, and ..I- branch of the Royal Bank of
    though two light shower* of rain Canada.
    Hu- kept gueaU indoors, the weathci
    '
    Agra- Lino Husbands of Church want OU acUet open- ___
    toe* Speighutown, and (he it iraund lha many *T*HE n,rn",'* "', No, Uu?
    lo Isle Mr. Leonard Husbands, tio> :. raj a dec*- "r ,hv (lirli Industrial
    ,1 passed her finals in Midwifery t rated Chrirtmus Tree and other Union held their annual dinner
    u a hospital m Trinidad where ih
    n to many Barbadians had been taking a mU'wifei
    havlnit served on the Lady Boats <<**
    and is a former "Bklpt-r" .r
    Intcreatif.f Brochure
    AN INTERESTING brochure
    on Short Couraes and Sum-
    mar School* m Great Britain in
    IM2 can be seen in the Reading
    Room of the Bkulah Council.
    Wakefleld." Whitepark.
    The majority of the couraes are
    organised by the Brrtieh Council
    IB -o-operatiOB with British Uni-
    The imial duration i-
    3 wfakfl it a cost of about 30
    The course* fall into two mam
    groups Educational and Gen-
    eraT and 'Specialist." Those in
    the flrhi group deal either with
    various aspects of British Life ui
    with English language and Liter-
    ture or with Educational Method.'.
    Thus both Oxford and Cambridge
    offer courses on conteanporai.
    English Literature. London art
    Bristol have coureee on Nursery
    and Infant Education and on the
    Training of Teachers. There are
    the Shakespeare Summer School:
    at Stafford and there is en in-
    triguing course on the West
    Country, centering around Plym-
    outh. Exeter Tauntcn and Bris-
    tol The "Specialist Surveys" in-
    clude Anaesthesia in London.
    Publishing and Book Production
    in London, Cambridge and Nor-
    wich, Librarianshlp in Manches-
    Uva Stock improvement In
    avdinhuigh and Industrial Medi-
    na* ... M.hwki and DirmuiK-
    ham. There are other Surveys
    on Industrial Detign, Diet, Field
    Wl.mdi' and Jeanne Experiment a Won. Drama, Tclevi-
    a. Her. i mill, daughters of Mr. sion and Industrial Relations to
    and Mrs. Walter Bcrtrand of fjren- mention only a few.
    ,<-.i.i left that colony over the week- A final section fives details of
    end for England where they will 'he longer Summer School-
    enter Mt. Vernon Hospital. Mid- planned by British Universities
    dim. to study nursing. Both are ,nWlldl vUI ^ UR
    nopolar young paopla in Ore-rfi.. h ^ d ^,
    ,'ol.nde wS. an assisUnl^mistress ,hU ^^ wl|h m v(ew g
    iHing wemaalvea of one
    -MiE Mm
    Nuralng
    IB ..--i-1
    il^gh!
    of the courses In certair
    cases, on the recommendation of
    the Representative, the British
    Council may assist with the
    I ..111.-!- PlgS,
    M
    K.
    Long Leave
    EVAN FOSTER who
    orkk at "Rosehall" Estate.
    Cast Rums Is
    Nuree Husbands is a graduate
    nurse of the Barhudo* Oem-i.il
    treal
    Lsst Here In February
    ng.
    Half
    i
    P-rty
    and expects to be here until mid-
    February. He then plans to go
    Trinidad and may return
    Hill,
    *1dcst daughter of
    nnd Mrs. H. GarnetV.' i .11
    of Hat No. 8 "Abeagetdlc Flili."
    D) rreua Road, and late of 'Yprc '
    isi Avenue, BauawlUc
    M"
    -'***-*-'-*'*'*-'''-**-'-'.*--*.--'.'-*,*.'-*,*,-.-,-,'.,',-'.'.-.',
    -*-'.'-',***,*-*.,->*,*
    With The Rancet
    LEAVING to-day for TrlnuL
    are Mr. and Mr-. W. M. Wood
    Christmas decorations BB61 a con- at the Hotel Hoyal, on Frid
    tinnouF flow of drinks and refresh- night. Mrs. E. E. Bourne M.C.P.. Berbice (Bookers Group) is at
    astg cams from the snaik-bar. and Dr. H. c Cummins M C.P.. present in Barbados on long leave
    a most enjovnble eve- were the guest* of honour
    nmi_
    v along the
    highway "Chez Jean- *nded
    ihich gave .. preview" House" Those present were Dr.
    for hots! managers end H. G. Cunuiuns, HCJ, Mis. H
    others interested m this line of O. Cummins. Mrs E. E. Boume.
    business on Friday, "threw open M.C.P.. Mrs. A. F. Sjmmonds.
    Maiibcii '** doom" to memliers last night Mr. A. Symmond*, Miss b liar-
    patty. per, Mr. and Mrs. K_ June*. Mrs.
    E. F. McLeod, Mr V, R MiLc-d.
    boon Liter tna 'Gran Mr. C. Spencer. Mr. E. Thnmp-
    ''leata" at the Marine Hotel Rol ^ Miss N Callendar. Mr. K-
    mderway and a ternlle crowd Pile, MUu
    Ihe occaaun at ^clt^' Barbados bslore oin on lo B.C.
    Evan is the .on o( Mr. and Mrs.
    D.rcy Foater of Belmonl Road.
    After Fourteen Year.
    To A/1 Our Friends and" Customers
    WE Wish
    The Season's Qreetinfj
    ffMMBffffffMKMMftffawnKHra^
    and Mi Raj
    of Torunto an- holiday in ...
    Barbados. Mr- ManboH
    here for some lime. Mr. Munbert
    and their two sons joined hsi OS
    Wednnsday They
    the iifn,r
    gan which had another good crowd
    quite as large as their fourtes-nt'i
    bouse.
    mas as the guest* of His Excel- bert
    lency the Governor of Trhud. Toronto.
    s.r Hubert Ranee and Lady Ranci
    Mr. Wi-Klhouse 11 Building I)e- They
    \piopmcnt Adviser. CD. and W H
    Ulromc-an^TbyTCA K^RLU,S52" '"rou^ou. Tbomr-on,
    Mrs. M.,bcrt m hc .h* ,f" T1" ."oor *ow <"i,'d J Kl". N"
    ir, ..us.vca^rtabd':;. !!.,C::!:.. :.h,lc ... M
    Mi.
    I
    SI
    I
    A MERRY XMAS AND A PROSPEROUS
    - FROM -
    NEW YEAR
    METBO GOLDWYN MAYER
    GLOBE THEATRE
    TWENTIETH
    THE BIG 3 FOR BETTER MOVIES
    I
    OPENING
    TO-MORROW XMAS EVE
    si
    with 4 Big Shows
    I :i(l 5. M.3II p.m. iinrl Midnltr
    Xmu Bay K.:ill
    Bunk llolidiiv LM, .', H N pit
    5 & 8.30 I
    B. tlnlv
    nd < onlin
    IS THERE A FORCE THAT
    THREATENS OUR WORLD! ?

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    96!
    THE
    DAY*
    THE |
    EARTH
    STOOD
    STILL
    iH. Boxev 611
    1'OKTIH UMINO ATTRACTIONS
    From
    THESE TWO MfGHTY STUDIOS
    To he released at
    GLOBE THEATRE
    HI HMIIII IO\
    _________1.IAMKS MASOX. JESSICA TANDY)
    iss,i oi iiii isiiii %
    (TechnlGolcur)
    (JEAN PETERS, LOUIS JOURDAN)
    III SI M It FORCE 1 .OH
    (Tethnieulour)
    _________(TYRONE POWKK-ANN BLYTH)
    MIIOMOS ..f like llwe-eM
    I M..-brt
    (Techniftilour)
    DI4DI.INI UA.4.
    ____________(HOIIPHRBV HOGARTl
    |UO ^ 1111%
    (Tethnu.
    RT TAYLOR
    ii>ur)
    DEBORAH KFRRl
    nEXAS C ABStSTf 4L
    (Technieolour)
    IK.VIHER WILLIAMS RED SKELTONI
    l> iMIOl {IMh...-I-. (
    (Technictluur)
    (ROBERT TAYLOR- JOAN FONTAINE
    SUUMIHII III
    (Technic. lour)
    (STEWART ORANGEl; JANET LE1C.H
    hi i viisi i oiriii mi*f
    And
    IIAVIII
    (Technic.'lour)
    i\l'(IO LANZA .noRETTA MORROW
    The Topper of them ALL
    AMI It VI IISIII It \
    Gregory
    PECK -
    w Air ii
    TECHNICOLOR
    Susan HAYWARD
    I OK llll lli'l MSI,
    ^ MONG the passengera leaving
    for Trinidad yesterday even-
    ing by HWIA was Mr*. Iris Mar-
    shall, who runs Aquatic Gardens
    C. Arthur. Mr. C. Guest House Mrs. Marshall Will
    Mr. E. Bohne. Mis" spend Christmas with relatives in
    is- E. Winter. Miss N. Trinidad and expects to be away
    for about three weeks This Is her
    first visit to her homeland in four-
    teen years.
    She is the widow of Mr Walter
    Marshall, former Manager of the
    Barbados Aquatic Club
    Music Funds
    pHK ANNUAL recital
    TL_
    St. John Baptist Church.
    St James will lake place on Sun- ..... u__,i,-
    day. December 30. at 4 p.m. ,.*?. M2SSf-
    The recital Is in aid of Ihe VfH. -BILL' ORACE, Man-
    ohurch's music funds. Among 1*1 aging Director of Messrs
    the many artistes assisting are, W. S. Monroe &c Co.. Ltd.. who
    Miss T>. Whartonviolin. Miss for the past two months had been
    Jovce Kingsoprano, Mr. B. C. on a visit to Canada and the U.S.
    St." Johnbarltons- Mr. F. returned by sir on Wednesday via
    Thompsonbass. New York and Trinidad.
    BY THE WAY ,. .s> ossn-iw
    WHEN mice invaded Kururoan 'fifM the tnifflc't roan
    Irflald in Cape Province, oijETS Traffic Scheduls ouUines
    the runways were sprayed with ^ t gcheme for a new kind of
    cysnide. Hawks, swooping (or roundabout. Ongoing trsfflr makes
    mice, got the cyonide and were t^g. cornpleic circuUe before
    fcillio. Ihe mice sUyed away emerging at the lop. This enables
    from il. and multiplied. In deal- offcoming traffic to emerge at the
    mi; with a similar threat at Ron- bottom after one complete circuit.
    Jiboko nirneld. Dr. Strabismus A third point Of exit is at the riaV
    (Whom God Preserve) of Utreiii* of the roundabout. This takes
    cn.*iructod an enormous mouse- transverse traffic, which goes
    trap in the semblance of a hangar, across Instead of round. The
    Ihe mice nocked in to gnaw the wnonlh working of this scheme
    aircraft, and the street doors slid depends on a system of lights at a
    to with u snap. Inside was a .heck point Inside the roundabout
    aircraft smeared with The *eeond circuit made by on-
    : cheese. While licking going traffic gives offcoming
    n fuselage, the mice sud- traffic the time to emerge before
    It She floor give way. the ongoing traffic gets In its
    1 several feet into big way, and the lights ensure that
    id were carried away by transverse traffic crosses at the
    r pestological personnel moment when that section of the
    Iwsyi like that. circuit Is clear.
    > dt-
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    PROHANSEN. Hollywood. Weekend With Father"
    ol Dec. 21. cussed.
    Slight relaxation of major Paramount for sometime has
    nudios hitherto rigid no-television been taking a more lenient atti-
    rule for movie stars under con- iUde Appearance of Paramount
    tract is beiiiu mooted around Hoi- itars on Video is considered on an
    lywood. Universal International individual basis. Bob Hope who
    made the most recent major con- has hu own show has a clause
    i >v allowing its contract In the movie contract permlttin;
    (layer* u, appear on television him B free hand in any medium
    shows .in condition that the Mar If the player has been on tele-
    be allowed ly advertise Universal vMon and re-appearlng In plc-
    picture* <>f television In which he ture* there were or are now rule-,
    appears. Universal spokesman salJ against his returning to television,
    "we will allow uui stars to ap- Paramount kpokesman said "now-
    pear on Interview show. IkiI ndays wr take each star's request
    definitely not a* n regular player to appear on television under con-
    on any ktnd of show. 'Casa in ^deration, and If we tnlnk It will
    point Was the appearance of Gigx help him In his career, and It ti
    Perrau on Ken Murray Vaude- beneficial to the studio, than wo
    Ville show recently dunng which iigroe."
    Gigs latest picture for universal U.P.
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    THE XMAS MEETING
    lias Jester II The Stamina To Win ?
    Re
    Uy BOOK1K
    a- -- r ---------- ------------ ~--^ wa *^MM v --. a* .. aj-q i fc*. ^r.a a w *.
    mi r eut in clearer relief, although in a sense, no report* of any
    Hind have also helped to make ihia to. For It la precisely the horses,
    who la now favourite
    . helped I _
    arx'Ut whom we have heard nothing at all. i
    i
    bu : .
    pull lo the .v,
    :
    bowlers. *"***1. t
    ,. Kinp and bowled 11 over*
    > small ''-"' -* 'n and had taken .1 single
    Poll.* VJOW thai Ihe Chmtmu racei are only three days off it aDDeari
    .- of the Barbadoa Crkki-t Empire nnit alvl ,,mn| up ronaiderably Uuring the week"from
    ' W A iykTidlVlST'Tl'I l" *** ' "'' '."" Trln*dad and other source*, the Derby picture
    i~.bae.os against Jamaica .11 lilt S,C.ftTffi ? _u? 1___. ,1 .,,-. '.
    ,,_- m.ti.tj. Hotoer flnlahed with a hag of H move to inifl-on, uie baum
    ' V, tlV. ,k !*J~ "" "' *'fh ahiiw who l.
    " ffol^Sc^n^mSenTlS ^.5*5: aeST --.o.-other than Mr. fcl. . a Bourn.'. Ember., the ^rna.-
    now.ver much it nugnt be i',"* "",""C 5 m*,d,r* oi KmVSd th* PCOr' b"d "*J Derb) winner. In the charge of Mr Leo Williams, who last
    .. ...nl.es* of the measure of auccaM rmiMre In their turn ..t the h,,ihi-. tUi^i .. 1 "otrnark to take the class*, this fllly uow has the race
    It of a strange IncooafUprj w|ck* rfav? *ored 77 fir the li* J\ c3? tLV. Uc,n" chax*e ' ** *""*"* "ho* *-bie i always
    MM Cn.ket Association have been f 4 wlckefs and haw alrtady Cranl SShl r^, ?. cn one "*" Hnlng ' "' work-ouU. it can be
    attbSEP. Si KE-'EP sauM E M 'or u. when the gate, fly on Wednesday next.
    II I* I MIU.l.M In tl..V*l E. W. Oninl who went In ul r,,li,,. ,, mnmira t.tlal at an nmu ,..,,,. . .,. .. .
    CliAlll.lt TAVI.UK >u MMCUd-U ImS ii.c Batbada mm in Ihe t.ll at Ihc iccond wlckrl pliiy- ll,,\,Lv, u-7, now Svrn' hl. .or^uTf ^!?. ',hS? "'" "" lnf '* "Wlion.
    . ., unb^ncW Inun. doomed Iro. K wA.u npSnljl S.JTli.fSS'i^?^ Dl ?k*VV^'1";'
    -: gR sxjfi SHHntr
    T.jloi huiucll wtaom laubcudl] and I saw noininj Iherc rie. alamod Cur a >i
    an return here. Bowlimi Cor Polire. J. W. Bycr , ;u h idi,idi.,.l ore
    : had Man aalcclad that the Selccun had look two wlckotl tor 22 nun. 2b " ""' *re
    inada a notueaae ut tba Jub ut H'locting and 1 defy Churlic Taylor 01 while E. Grie captured 1 Cor 30. HoIiUt helr,ed hunsell t.. .
    -njuna .-,, ,, anaouum the Cacl thai ._ nF.ff h.. ."!?<'?,_g"5 coupta It]
    IT Bradshaw and later Grant
    , and wfefctf
    CO.MKDV OF EKKOKS
    I' ..... Ud have beneQled Hum
    Ihat i-\j- can wa aMOCiata that with on 20 for the tint wicket." They
    -ppomui.i. anuinei -yuui to laad the mud gilmt JamaaeaT It has ^^ DiByed pace bowlers Barker
    Empire who
    to bat
    and the Conntables opening pair _" .W~V ^,
    Kiucl. and Blackmail gave Uh .
    - [airly good mart by putting "" '" "
    Another shower M
    to the pavilion at 5.15 and "
    -t ha> cn l.mii.ateti ui had their chance* spoilt so completely
    become almost aa much of a one horse affair as it
    ilt won it in 1H42.
    la il.c
    Uom and bred
    '" go wu Pa
    .lldcnt in my estimate of him. on his showing last Christmas,
    l had ht- remained ill he would have been one of the favourites,
    lor the Darby, ror my part he would have been considered before
    I 11 Bui lurk, was not with Paris. After lacing m poor con-
    t'ark, the June marling, and finally Anrm.
    m Um in a| list for the Derby.
    t>ai u-oioB selectors, in inu matter ol the ap- anj" Granf comfortably. They "jrought an and lo play with ]/v
    poinuneiii oi a captain an BtOoa-Ungj Uie inal and ciiui uieory bul W(.r). howtver soon in trouble BOW at 77 lor the lo*s of
    .^iUj s-igacsl that lha) migm be writing a new page in Ba.- wn4B ,kipptr Alleyne brought on
    thai DUgllt watl be Jaucllcd a "Comedy oi hy, ^ow left arm bowl.-' lkn2sothhr gli .,.,. ***** ""*' - -. iU-st Wul. l*n tobado. afwr the lx,by
    onttauw i iom tnc list oi tnose Kinrli l.h.w. ...., ,^.U*L '** 'woUnucd l(!L*how .P00' nc"lth """' .**
    Holder wlw rehevi-ci bark.. ,",M'1 " I d arith ihe :..m for Uriliah Oniaiia pniu- from the Wry-mouth and starte . i.. g.vc youth i haoca Ug had *own nor. promiM the rout when ha sent back Kmch Kg!-' itmr 5 ^sa........ li - l-h-l^pers - ^*r M **UoP' wlm ** 'o->-oia
    [UlBaaa as a bowier. UraflaM Lq ina lb* routa arith " -
    Biaeiad in a similar capacity.
    OKKta.NUHsK BOWLED WIJX
    IB uuiaua. uievmugc failed as
    .pci iciiced enough lo play back too much .**"" .u*_f.",J?!* ^ing' Tnd^'thi: "' .natch. Th. I > i ^u-i.. arM also on the sick list after the iMifUt
    ustake. Farmer P0*"n*> bataman U Murray was 2!Celin*^ 1i,.now1.rC.m*ina to ^ icen u Vjo* Hoads can regain hi:
    1'itber.
    lha pai_._
    l"-' -limt'.-ly not be in the picture on Boxing Ua>.
    ii VUhail Vn ulditiiiii Blur.- LOlKih School did well to SCOW
    man was^atW'ak^rin 'lit* by l" """' Wl,h lw, 'k P-"** - ^"* Wuhes written off the task for
    ri#ldnff r.V.dei oust Carlton at their school Kmbers **> lessened by half. But this was not aU. Cross Koaoa. pei-
    WUh the score at 22. Blackman 5"??- y!^S^KrS^! "rB,-^U.*r UfSSSiff1*.-?*"-h0^* in lno.raco wl^> B*oyad stamina capabilii
    i>tta to
    latter made no i
    tilled the breach and after being
    tba ban .is lai ai Lodge was con- proper condition before the race
    Reading betw
    i i ne Unas,
    lend collect- """d- Murray topseored with '} would seem tlrat he has. to a certain extent, recovered (rum Ina
    cd^o lixeebverhead at KiSt S7 bov>*- hopeless condition ha was in However, lie is not an easy horse to
    ;.::.'., \ %...... iTfi of Carltoo on cket that Pps and Ut. ta. I thai ka bM not i,-,i i moi :u... Um Bai Bad
    Ha .vi-nt :..n victim to "-*s giving assistance^to the bowl- August mccung may^be the deciding factor with regard to his illness
    t-faoad
    .
    ia guick low BouiUa wicket.
    On me otnei hand he proved lo be one ol the most successful
    oowlvis oi lha luiu and am ceiuuily one of Uie best gioi.
    men. alao been place i .
    ,'. ii.i hatting averages
    I Ult Division anu he li., place among Uie lnl ...
    : ,, me rfial ENwa Bowiiid It^rXvn Hobinson took
    t otlPJ-KTi; FAILL'KK IN UK1T1SH GLIANA
    BHAJVKfcK v.,is a i m BciUah Guiana, u.ib ....
    trua that "' has shown good !.>,, uun his Kmplre got three mow wickets best batsmen (C. W.Uianis
    return with Um ba| but bS hal not given as cieoitable an all iouh.i withOUl nny nddltion lo the ncore. eluded) for only 19 runs. Unle*
    parfornuiie-i as C I he nas been aeleeted and (iicen.oge Cheltenham and OWO. mug battman can
    nsa MM bean whyl 'How leaf shall these things be? ..-sociated In an eighth wick- make a substantial aco.
    1 a,.-" the atleiitiuit of the St-li-ctuis. tu Uu- 1-et Uial loi the Uuid ">l partnership which yielded 1*. will be deiluitely out of the pic
    m .., ,.,,.., ,,,., ,.,,.,,...* ,.., ,,, ., | tow nun- QMM anu In an sqwotw tur> ...i., aaln. ilrat DtvlakM f ."n-i ,... th. ogl of ttaudnaJ ilatasnant. bul parnaw n N besng o
    e;re %,l> Holder to the squaw leg boundary C. B. WilUam. onc-e again prov- ^ -* ^ *>" ol which 1 am ignorant.
    on one occasion and on another ., glow bowler of
    lifted him to the long on boundary yaJui lie Itowled well rX rhV I .. i: i ESS) to-day yhould brmg forth the tlnal gallops for
    Kventually. he was taken , mt, iMduc flrst Innings and lh ma)onty and I presume that Jester II will be among them. I
    by Robinson at long on off this nis bowling m i"'-sume that he will be given more than a five furlong spin. If
    same bowler while attempting ,,r nwi vt ill be no nearer to finding out how he is going to shape
    another big hit. His coatrlbuuon 3!l rUru an(1 agauM l-jubers For it is only Jester H's stamina which is now in
    was 12. mx wkketl, A. Warren the Carl- .ueouon.
    Cheltenham after late cutting Ul|| uacc uowicr took 2 wickcta for
    1WAS glad lo see- ;ii..i ut,!* lenuon has been .-aid lo the ,,,. frorn Kim; boautifuUy to the y |uns ;|1,d K (ilKUl||, _. fot We know that he is a good horse. We know that he is very fust.
    Claims ol candidates Iiom the (ntarmadiata Division in lha persons boundary) "'-s ** beaten > t __ __ M iiowled by the same bowlet for w w,,| is also a Hradshnw Mic last man tn, had "* '" "' '""-------------->------------' "---
    Ql Ina local iiiiKcl punuils call lay claim
    but it has not been seen ht to include him in avao t.M-nty- ,
    players wee. This is anoiber false Indication of lb
    wealth i.t i ncnci tail ni at our disposal, li a piayej "i QiIIm oalil ro
    ean be pa I ovat h) the Baaaaton then tin* nm>i guraly be a tacit
    claim iiiut Wia an* richer in cricket talent than we ically aie ur that
    .....'.i 'i ,. in a M HlTlng uiei it,
    LAWI.I.SS IIKOTI1KKS 1NV1TKD
    WAS glad lo see that at leasl some aitenuon has been paid to Uie
    iiom the Intermediate Divieton in ihe persons
    of the J aw Ol Cable .ml Wilt I. : .ii n tin
    Blackman and Do l'eixa of the Barbados Cricket Leagi
    on race day. 1 would not be surprised, therefore, if he does not give
    dismiss Uul Carlton have found them- "' his beat In the Derby but improves on the latter days of the meci-
    ii a rut for when play '.ad '"a. Here again is another excellent opportunity for Embers
    efMfed they had lost fiv. '
    Thai brings us to the last of Embers' serious rivals, and in Um
    U the majority, of which I am not one, the favourite for UM
    race. This IS the Jester II. 1 see that he did six in 1.20 last Sunday
    ml flva m I 021 last Thursday and it was said that: "on the strength
    f the latter he i .-mains a Brm favourite lor the Derby". 1 must admit
    mighty cweep at one from Bolder
    i was bowled and the
    . adOd after 98 minutes
    I.in,iirr (Lion In
    matter for satisfaction.
    it will ii.' iiiici.: ung to He bow the pace-bowling candidatei
    i.. Barker- King, tvlghili anil Atkinson lace up lo the task
    of winning selection. It is safe to assume that at h ;im three O. MmM
    will be used during the tournament.
    GKANT IS 1'KOMISIM.
    GltANT of Combermare who has khown uiipiuvcinent as an all
    roundai np.\\y :.m.og in Uie buUinu Ut-i>,.iirarul lor ui< ,> t
    He should Be encoun
    "Uoogic.-." Williams' selection la sure as long as he la Ql and i
    Willing to play. His line oil round form which he has shown recent- j.;n,
    lea that both the hatting and spin bowling departments will This paii

    11 :
    I. lo run a similar race and win against Embers as he did
    un.->i Boaasnary last June?
    a 1 rimdad Derby of 1951.
    On this, 1 believe, hinges the result ol
    be ihe nciici and considerably -.trcngthened by his inclusion. ly and ien| ill '
    i undentand thai Oarald Wood is finding it ditiicuit to gat the ,.,LN .,, play, Hunta run* Lueaa1
    necessary lime to practise and thht accounts in some measure for
    tin- inclusion of De l'eiv.a, wicke-l-ke-eping candidate from Ihe Mai-
    bados Cricket league. S.,muel (.ntllUi. the Spartan wicket-keeper
    barteman lyg aln baecj a.-kisi tu praciise beeauac -r uda,
    wickft that v.
    by Friday night's rain, l>al("
    lo ln| UM toil Was mi in i<> but
    by Carlton St. C.
    Hutchinson. Welch and Murray
    i Lodgi
    Empire opened their innings against the bowling Warn
    Wn Hobitiaon mid Hunta lo the Lucas.
    "wlinB: oi ha poatfJon for the Breeders' Stakes is obscure mainly because
    lag WeymoUQ] and I-'K'- "" *< fJWI not enough is known about the two-year-olds bred and owned in
    bM UM WO* rh Trtoldad Prom reports it would appear thai Bright Light, who is a
    irery fourth ball Murray also gql .. rui| sister to Bow Bells and Best Wishes, will start favourite. How-
    1 wish only lo add a footnote. 1 hope that when the Derby ia over
    Dd it has been won by u Jamaican horse that we will not be told
    a clearly demonstrates their superiority and therefore supports
    that .she should be barred from our classics. We must
    lllOVf the luck of the game to cloud our thinking.
    WHAT OF BEST T
    T HAD thought that Best of the Mental Hospital might ha
    i been
    know ao little of Gallant Rock that it is impossible for those
    second dellvi i of u treat here to venture an opinion on his chances. But he may
    who had nut vet scored, I i'.Kc Ills Ml i ell turn out lo be good enough to beat Bright Light.
    : to line leg bul the next bah -, __,_,. ...
    for a single and then u<>t......IbCi bun l.m Bl eemad to Ix- conceii- I *llt.itt. are some others on the list who have attracted my attcnliuii
    I. itobln- Hating on ipoad r.i'.liei th i i in the reports of the gallops and chief among these is Pearly Way.
    ..-I in the meantime was playing keeping a length anu the gho A sister lo Mr Scott's famous Ocean Pearl, this will be her first outing
    strokes all uroutul the wicket I ant* wno hnows she will not repeat the performance of her elder sister.
    ,.. ,.,,_ ,,, ..,..., i, never*] ih li eilh Lodge I I ssouea aL tbatDi LaaVi Bgy, Davoaa, hi i bean atgng well ..:
    With the score at 18 Police to ll*' k> ,J|"' ol V< li exercise. We saw her up here in November and if she could manage
    thru And wleV a third in lha Trumpetei Cup In the backward condition she was then
    5L-5lr\t^lS!l Z5S u 7 n e. b9 Wmm " I am llrmly of the opinion lhat she will be well up among the front
    i. Ml of UaftSTowr Hi^ 0l5 ^ Mil kU >'<" Jbg Bnlgh, if she has Improved It would Be a great day for
    button w-as II wWl "yoraai". Anligua breedeis if ihe could bring off the classic.
    Frank Taylor the^ jncorid.. .,,. mu,h l)l)bllc,1.d Dlvf, Bombeti uke u miut lbo ^ ^
    m;iK(,,.lll, lorefrom of the betUng. One thing I am certain of Is that if Dive
    stood up and played Jl%~oB S leaTdellv. of *j b*,,Un- nf ,hi" "
    ' fromVreenr id ei t" not, face '"" A ,,; "omber wins the race he will not oe camera iny When being led In.
    ..f Bradsh-w. He pulled the second four
    off the thlid
    - u( Ura unnw? ,
    n to Ihe square leg boundary, the M Warrens fourth over. Mr. Mc |1(1, (L*
    " I..urtb lru"k his pad and an ap- \ onnr did not appear tu be com- ;.,..
    peal rot lbv was unheM ''"' "' bowling of QO_\^*
    . ia. ___ I 111 11. Dltll mtlW a> li.l-a ha n4iul l'"| >t<<
    chagfefl Ha was invited to the last Trial games in
    preparation for the B.O. tournament and although he did not 01
    shine yet he convinced criUcs of Ihe game that he can ken
    1 should like to see htm encouraged by being brought in, even at this
    late moment.
    Camtme Smith of College should have no ditlicully ol gaining
    selection since his performance in British Guiana when ha proved
    to be one of the few Barbados batsmen
    Gaikln sensibly.
    SMITH'S CIIANCKS ARE <.OOI>
    THREE opening batsmen will most probably be selected and Smith
    must certainly Ih* one of these. N. Harrison of College,
    isinK Wlflbat kaeaat batsman has al.n bcci liamc lo ;hoW
    hW ""an? nnt pressing for hi. Immediale selection but the encourage- !,/"""}^a^fj'"^"*" ? fceSrh i"d iruaC
    ment which this Invitatum 00 OOUM has g.v.n bin Is a source of ?. Of"*j?1?* "^ ^ way
    th,.-c who ie thinking seriously of future Barbados ^Jbaan added to the store " >
    ltyer howled Ihe latter fot t. whe.- Ilimliru. <'|iani;e In the Press, and for them it seems that tho race U all over, bar the
    th- batsman mlMCo. a |HiH. Witn [r th, ).,. I Jting. However, such as Lupinus. Pretty Way and Mark Twain
    II.A.K.A. HAKE PLANS FOR INt SEASON Alleyne the li* ,. m^ektt, lUpper Hu B r. not to ba despised and. frankly, very few raging favourites have
    T*J,E B.A.F.A. aw already making plans for tin- staging of the 1952 ""'' '"l1"'-"; first bowling d n a Governor's Cup. Furthermore, there is nothing so extra-
    1 season. At a meeting held a f i in 11 expn i:"."y Dv. "I1,'/'" "V ' Wairen for C. U. ordinary hi Ihe time of 1.39 for the post to poat in Port-of-Spain. The
    the view Ihat lha H A.F A should now be lespon-.i-ic f... the conrpa '"' <* UiC. (Ai\v\ h'"''1 WUtt (...mbler did it just before he ran in ihe Derby and he was only a
    control of football [iff e,.llit it-,| .. couple of brace. ,, LucM ronlini.t,| ihrec-year-old creolc.
    '17, ii ha.e appointed a Commiltw to negotiate wiih Mxrily BBar thi. "now aOUt t i,w| m\ \ .,, M| Uist bul not least, one wonders what has become of Ugan. Since
    Pickwick for th, rental of Kensington nSl season and much depend *e players to tle pae il.nn tor
    on the outcome of these- Alka. " ",'""1 ^.llh,u"* vorc fll S7
    The Council have appointed another Committee to go into the Sine Irs
    question of the B.A.F.A. becoming a member of the Caribbean Foot- On resumpti.-n th, k.tM.n
    ball Fe-dcration The Coiincll bat more or lees agreed In principle with took things quietly, and got .
    ihe Ide-a but it is necessary to ascertain how far the scheme Is workable numlier of singles With the acore Luca
    as far as Barbados football is concerned. at 45. Blackman was brought t-
    i foaled
    I would like lo hear something of April's Dream. Her name has
    lint nt at all in any of the reports and this Is moat dis-
    arung for one who was regarded at one time as a favourite. 1
    h Embere, no news Is good news about April Showers
    '"I'MIE Governor's Cup will no doubt see the newcomer Kandy Tuft
    '..*'"" 1" th'' .'*vourite. Here we must go entirely on the advices
    ic hi. nam, appealed on the rntr.. list together with a tremendous build
    *'"t -'Pi laying" up aixmt his return to the track, not a word has been beard about his
    Llama* second over was progress at exrrnse. Will he be simply one of those who will make
    maldanlbowled to Mr. McCon ie. up the padding-- it looks very much as if be will.
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    SUNDAY, DECEMBER !1. 1K1

    PACE FIVE
    .7.V v. ooui
    LOEE
    ;:an athletes? Can they
    be doped like horses?
    LET us be quit* clear lui rx-
    .i' have in mind when
    we talk about dopingof race-
    horses, of greyhounds, of alhleies
    The Oxford Dictionary defines
    dope as '*> proparatu.ii
    u mi'.n narcotic, especially (or
    t'odonn. nareotle
    ! his sens-tional ler to tbr
    Prat about doping on the Turf,
    l-ord Rosebery clearly accept*
    Mm Interpretation sinee be offers
    a itttitni o( K HMXt for evidence
    that win scavkUo
    of whoever was responsible for
    adsnlnsfterlng Mimething to re-
    tard his horse's efficiency. But he
    also refers to another aspect ol
    I ,ectthe possibility ol
    doing something t<> make a horse
    run faster.
    Of the heinousness ol admin-
    istering a narcotic to a racehorse
    (or greyhound) there can be no
    question' and it is not surprising
    that the offence (or crime) Is re-
    garded by the Jockey Club as de-
    inamtinK the mint severe punish-
    ment. For apart from the d
    honesty and the financial compli-
    cations nhat na'm.illy result.
    there Is the element of unscrupu-
    lous cruelty.
    miners Stupor
    n u iiimeccssary to n I >
    t.ul tn the nature of such sub-
    stances. A narcotic is a drug
    itrding to the quantity,
    por, sleep.
    insensibiliu, respiratory faiiuic
    and death.
    No doubt the malefactors en-
    nageii in their nefatui.
    arc eSpe)' ling the par-
    ticular substance most suitable
    fur their purpose in ease of ad'
    mlstistrsJUon, and adju
    the constitution of racehorse 01
    ineyhound. And doubtless, too
    IhfM ! skilful in estimating the
    dosage to produce HI effect upon > 'tm page 1 Ramadhm not out
    the animal to tugge t it is just out venc I touch and was at the end rrss five. Total I JO.
    of farm. where the pitch may have made
    fhil f.,rm of doping does not the bail lift sUghUy. T. | Cricketing Farce
    applv to the human athlete. Pro- taken with the seen at live fur
    1. the financial side does Of) .Tn^ * Inde "*<* ilniahrri ZJ
    not operate sufficiently to tempt Chrutlnni fell >oon a/ter tea to i nhead after nearly a whole day of
    : I and i itch by Millet off Johnstone. This >*x "*fc.illy a cricketing far,
    :, ami the Th
    ' long hesitations among
    ! kimptrw before the
    batsman WM eventually ginn out
    Christian I !..... Six for 55.
    by Sir Adolphc
    ABRAHAMS
    Hoi*, '-'fidical Adviser to the
    [iOMl UMlM Utaii
    In general- the only advantage
    jny Mich preparation i.i
    psyclmlogical. 1 have seen or

    uderabl" annefll derived train
    the sanction of a few grains of
    >'H I lU spoonful .r chloroform *atar il
    ly were ochuul
    the altiiini*tiatiMi.
    will not do In
    the case pt the horse who can
    dv tted op to this
    ndii.\. In what
    m be dragged
    bV snea '
    It i a nusttei of common an>
    that in moments o!
    Increased capability
    may be displayed, hitherto un-
    suspeeten and almost unbrhev-
    And the explanation Is this :
    protect us from dangers and
    njurtes. Nature imposes Inhibi-
    i.ons which become ingrained
    and automatic To take a simple
    example we learn to block out
    from the sensor turn a greater
    part of the sounds of every-day
    life for otherwise life would be
    unbearable.
    So with exertion, a "governor"
    HI imposed by the unwillingness
    to put forth a maximum effort.
    an Inhibition which if
    would lead to the aagli
    and tearing; itself to peaces
    Reduces lull .......
    A drug wtucn removes this in-
    hibition, will diminish sensitive-
    ness, paralyse the appreciation
    "< Saiiea end eliminate the
    faculties of judgment and salf-
    w nervationduping in verv
    sooth There is such a drug.
    The immorality of ila use Is
    i.el(-evident. An animal Is not a
    free agent, it cannot debate the
    Hangers and disadvantages, its*
    ipinion .md permission cannot be
    bought.
    Hoa Idee the matter stand m
    relation to a human being1 It
    flight be contended that anyone
    fulls .live- to the risk and willing
    t that risk and all that
    Il embodies is justified in doing
    wha, he Ilk...
    So far a I ki
    considerable experience no ath-
    lete in this country
    Indulged.
    wrrinji corrmairr Hrssavrn
    Horsos
    Do Good
    Gallops
    Turns*
    seasou >! .H
    the Trin.
    Meeting begin- on Btt
    it.H
    playing line form i
    ness. and an un,.-u..l lea
    over five I
    -'
    There an
    there kg I
    under Ion
    past two days
    The Eagle a '
    Brown at I

    Uiiiy in I (ft and tw.> I
    ,
    and tw,. |
    Bum m i
    on the tun
    long* in I M

    gallop on the v. .

    ,

    H |
    In 1.05.
    Golden Quip n I
    one nttii neap ov* I
    S.iit tab Dai
    aicet: 1.40
    i n
    White COOsp in
    over the distance I
    fifths the last a I
    and fbu
    23 no. 203 MWMn*waM8MMBaK*Ml!H
    ____ ... *. \ur utieu ait ntiw
    The Topic
    of
    Last Week I
    WE WISH ALL OUK
    CUSTOMEHS AND FRIFNDS
    A HAJ>PY *MAS
    psj
    From cm old triond In a
    now spot Just a
    lw yards away
    The Cosmopolituu-
    P. A. CLARKE &
    -\W,\i*M%i\t\f\M\ftM\i\S* i\ 5'.% t\ J l. J11 *
    Th.- Ditf, .i .4 h vmi
    W.I. Have Chance To Win 3rd Test
    m M*w aass

    Sensational New Make-up!
    ssfMesf Pn*/#/# r
    ...
    1
    : I,. ,
    1 T.nd :
    Bx-
    caUous, to take a load leading to
    .t long lerm of imprisonment,
    even the lallowi
    The alia 1..' ptocaaUra> that
    .. tana afnei-
    .
    a certain foodstuff or alleged
    Miniulnnt which Increases the di-
    gestion and therefore the general
    health, so ensuiniK an
    physical effteienc> WmiUi ad-
    verse in' ""ted to a
    trainer, whether of animals or
    human beings for taking steps
    which had so reasonable .a mo-
    tive?
    And vet ethical)
    flcally we are on uncertain
    ground: we may In* i littli
    Itdcal Brhan deciding whore legi-
    abaut
    Test
    I
    L'nreal QlM
    Tlie game was DOW bOCOni.ni
    unreal. There was nothing il
    Wicket thai eould lemotely
    plai
    what
    There
    match dignity
    taking part.
    The game had been remuuso i.'
    Of .1 village green struggle between
    two Bides of vigorous but unin-
    formed young men.
    Or else It may have bam Uv
    the * 'hat bothered ttM plani 1
    . the field. Perhaps Uurir gtui| had
    iimate 'tonic"' end and more
    dubiuiib reprehensible "doping"
    begins. What are we 1o
    dost- of hrandy?
    pcrpetu..! dattar ol *n secret drug that drove the
    U anything the wicket "ht headed. Whatever it WBt 0M I
    -anniK eag) and Kngluh shuddered to U1I11K what Hobb \
    Test bowler Alee Bedser who was Sutclllle. Honsfoid. Wmnlfull 01
    gave it as his opinion George Headley would hive ''!'
    ,, .,nii. that tho pitch was cxactlv similai thought of such an exhibition.
    |o -hose on which the English bnghU-i 1 Icket la t!i. new
    day. mode this was brightso hrighi
    Wcckes Ix-g.m to prove thU ai._.lher ...scar*'*'y wa" *>

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    th sonic powerful shots that
    SUBsad linn boundaries past
    : and through the cov-
    es. Guillen was keeping his eruj
    i|i in .1 f.ishion lh.it was ikt.i-
    .1.1...il. even enterprising but thu
    v ban Wcekes
    rlckei at all.
    Mad Opening
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    Jnuitcrc
    sponsored by
    J & R BAKERIES
    makers of
    ENRICHED BREAD
    and the blenders of
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    NCW Nol a cake make-up, not a greasy foundation?
    fcaSSt r-" a (omoUilkn. utd aowSer
    i |rrii flfiffvrtlpa "Ansrl *." foe*
    uvn whit* puff nivt m a milt. *!
    New!
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    never at**
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    St.ys on lonier lhn powder!
    Cin'l Spill!
    YouII uy Ponda "A *r usad il cinl
    nilUsw. an>wht-ie
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    Ang*l. Tawny AM*li nrlS Aai
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    i hriiig the Auslra- ihM at least
    troops." but from personal e\- '""M "> ag"'" before the close. Gome/.
    perlment I can afttrm that al- ''""n .
    not
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    Men Made Younger
    By Treating Gland

    Aung mightily and
    though" an unmistakable nffi-et m fowled by Noblet. Both these unhopeful openers
    produced. It is not in the diroc- Athlnaon then hit Johnstone for survived for 20 minutes while ,
    tion of imparting "davil" or in- three eonsecuttva lowering four?. Johnson scored 11 with three j,
    ireasing staving power. before he was caught off John- strokes. Then Bamadhin cone Miifc-i
    One reealls how shortly before itong by Burke who made a tin* on. his Hrst appearance of the Nut"" .-..
    the last war one of the leading running catch In the remote deep day. Johnson after two wi.ndei-
    professional football loams claim- Meld Atkinson 13. Nine for 101. ful missas glanced him for two
    ed phenomenal results from a Guill-n i Next over saw the apt-earance
    of gtenda or hormones. Tlie innings ended when Valen- Valentine
    or perhaps it was both. ieUd by Nohlet for H immediately had Johnson

    N*. .

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    PA OF SIX
    SUNDAY AIIVIH VTF.
    SUNDAY. DECODES 2J, 1M1
    'BABEL'
    GOES
    UNDERGROUND
    THE STOW of th Polts.
    Hungarians, Lithuanians,
    Ukrainians, Italiansall
    working in one tiny village
    axJfwKUM MILK
    by. GEORGE SCOTT
    FROM the pithead cage t
    30 men. all looking alike a
    eight hoU
    Therv !jlk. and'
    pink lip* ana lonfUM tape
    starllingly out of grimy tnitki.
    Thej look alike. hut .peak in
    the tonguc> <.f eight nations.
    As the pet., l.
    Windsor CoUlarj Tth wry
    8ood humour "I: *.,;
    'elsh who we looked on as
    foratnjnrra h*r tmm."
    The PelW ' to Caerphillv Mountain four
    ..... M ..re -iill ..! tin
    Bolltary. Some helped i .
    Tl tutors, have become
    *klllni men. rartung. with over-
    time, up to 16 a week.
    They have married local
    girls, have saved, and have
    bought house* in qm datfriet
    Since the Vole- there have
    been Yugoslav); Hungarians.
    Lithuanians. Polish-Ukrainian*.
    Latvian* foratgn -mrkers no*
    total 1M That is not counting
    the Scots, the Irish, and Eng-
    lish. Add them to the Welsh,
    call thes" last four Hrltish and
    we have accounted for seven of
    the eight languages.
    All have been absorbed with
    little fuss
    cult to pronounce, the Welsh
    awarded nicknames, as they do
    to their own folk So now the
    twin villages of Abertrldwr and
    Senghcnvdd have not only Dal
    the Coal, but also Peter fhc
    Pole. *
    Dusk is beginning to curtain
    the squat. White buildings of
    Hie colliery now Up comes the
    cage again and out jumps a lone
    man A tail man. a big man
    But young or old. dark or fair.
    It is impossible to tell
    Bui. al a single question. Un-
    mask cracks into violent anima-
    tion. He turns out to be Italian
    which makes up the alfhUl of
    this.' nations we tientloncd
    He speaks enough English to
    prove that he C.i.uim d-nnii. U
    happy. Very happy
    He has |Us4 ranwd an extra
    two hours in the stooping,
    waMr-drippLni gloom 1.800 ft
    toiow.
    Sa vim's
    THAT means more money
    But money is just a means to
    a wlshcd-for end. The end
    th.n..... ona wk
    jay
    'Then." he says, "n.
    heart will (* bm from ItaiV.
    I saved moot? t< and for her
    Soon we shall be married"
    That is one icason fnr
    Olanni's happiness. Another is
    knowing then' will be work for
    him tomorrow and for as many
    tomorrows Imigmatlon can
    La*,* the olhei 28 Italians in
    this pit IMrr iiif Uoetl,ei
    in three pits In
    he comes to Hnt.nn on I l-
    Spar contract Aflei thai Uw
    alionnl Cool Board will pay
    for his repatriation or he can
    carry on the good work
    Gianni -- that means Johnny
    His
    Bui fot
    him (hat name means unein-
    dnfunj
    on a goMen canal
    Hi i - .'H William Wii-
    ' like III
    buttress
    his Judgment, the trl

    i i
    live year? WiHm his I
    baa ambttkm
    which malt* In-
    '> el. chummv
    man. |oke Til have to watch
    I llannl i* not ex..
    nthai in work nr unl
    The onlj n>t demanded by
    the Wel-h miners is -Are the_V
    pulling ih
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