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I'M. I. I v\. • SI Mill Ul\ ill \| I When ChiuAtma* Shopping (Don't J>ohqsd ^ vhn J/ts Jwdk Shop ""' 'WMS.. I CIHttl i ;; roMORKOu wn nmm .^ K .~. <.-nr Kll.l — rtrr V(.M I I HI HI til M4RI* I s S |>U DECI MHIIi ?. i^ •.'r.'.:;;; I •srsssss.*.:::::::::'^. LADIES' DRESSES Jual in lime for Your Festival Occasion! ••POUT mill .U'TEKNOON DRESSES COCKTAIL anil EVENING DHKSM s urn st: DRESSES MATERNIT' DBESBBS I" "•• %  Mark MM uhil.' nd |irt-ll> MIIHI .huitrs — also — LOVELY Fl.OR ,1 DESIGNS $15.00 $24.00 New P L ani %  ~ fh. Third VWltr for rbadgg fwjwn prcliaceci •I Oh THI 100SE " BAKRAREE* !* PF.BR KM FORT OSAfiE H1 I ... KIIOHil IHIAIIII %  MM Bl Ml Mli-'lan i l-niapla ROXT %  • m a i '.."''' %  MM MKK<-V RHnn Ana* Ja*M Mil NH 0* i" ROVAI. 1 I* tM I SkO! ithj 'th. m i %  At my i iio lsso a that r* CRaMytar anil 'srhan the play )* staged at the and ll-h *7/./. i/. '"B^nr.P!. •rlM r*over a dozen 1 , l' :ne Oarls* lr. upholstery, peltry and cake mak%  kj it i pHMH irMut p* 'inframing Tea*, rakea. drink.", ice creams will be on sale. There is nn admission fee and the public SB* cordially nvitcd Cwub gaUinji} ffcfiir w faV Ohon rEU. nt BLUE LAGOON Wmticul Fritfrniniitf VfKBUC HUATHWA1TK i fa ) <•$ %  "* —;1 Ladies' The Modern Dress Shoppe HROAO STREET Oner again. Ruth ;irul Peter M invite y .nil h. limilr.l rnrlv apaliSatin is adviMblr. EVENING DRESS ONI.T O Ift.J.'l Si-iisim Trw V., ,II,,-, l.,, Niiihl IH'KKET DANCES will ,,urnn,•!,,,. Wed.. Jan. 7lh BEACH CI'RRY I.CNCHIONS EVERY SI'NDAY O Apnliraliuii lor vinilor, srasm. or hill mnnhcTliip shunld hr ...l.l r %  ... .1 |„ 11.. Scrrdary COLONY I'U'B SI. Jnmfs. T.li ill No. 01(17 ON, NIGHT IN "ttJSa.J rat iROPics SUtrlna wilta OJ.M-. SSatTljl BMa ABBOTT ft f r "Tu v %i MTUT *">—** T* i -it BM ri t WlUl I'obarrt H>ti I "'"""'Il • -AS • WAV •nd M it. I B4J.OTA KIB-rmvATS ArTAISa N-.I SaturSw With ill! |*an BBSS Herbert HI MIR it O A Y TO DAY la TCESDAY 1.30 & 8.15 COLTJMBIA'S KXCITINO DOUBLE hi ... ii.. imori the artist**. part in the musical procramnie at Mt. Sinai Church. Cnrnnfton's Village on Dec. 1. Thp programme begins at 7J0 p.m. other arUstes on the programme will be the Maxwell Vuartet. Dr Wiggins .ind Mr. Ben fllbaon. Mr. & Mrs. M. C. TIIOM \^ Al lasa Viiseum ^\N DEC. 1 Mm Dorothy WilV/ ton. MA., I). Lit. spoke at a Meeting of the Barbados Mutnun and Historical Society on "A Glimpse of Forbidden Slam" Miss Wilson's interesting talk SSaa illiwtrated by pictures. The Christmas Cards entered for the "Advocate Competition" are now on view al .he Museum They will be exhibited until Christmas. On Wednesday Dec. 10. the Annual Exhibition of Art and Handicraft* by School Children for three 9***1 qpHERE will be a cmke sale IB I 4 St Stephen's Church rtuM "ii Friday Dec. 19 at the >l.>re" Trafalgar Strcvl. Rich fruit rsfces, iced and aaeoratad, plum pudnnwa pies, home made .-lard and conkiea will be among the many Items on sale. CMltmm* Toy Sorrier T HE CoaBBiUtM Ol dM StIjwrencf Child Health Centre have arranged for a Toy Service ! le held at St. Matthias Church vti Pnday. December 12. at 4.30 l> m There will be Carols and a short addres.-. The tBTI rw-clved and the collection will be distnbuti children at their annual Christma.. party Yesterday's Weddings Harriett M St. Matthias M ISS CICELY CHf SI 1111,1. daughter of Mr. and Mrs A. O. St. Hill of Haiti nuirrled yestcrdav lu Matthias Church lo Mr. Mai... IK, Campbell Thomas, son of Major and Mrs. A. C. Thomas of The len". Dalkeith The ceremony which look place "t 4.10 p.m. was performed by Rev. A. E. Armstrong. The Bride who was given ln marriage by her father wore a %  tress of organdy and lace. The dress featured a bodice of blonde lace with %  bouffant skirt of organdy sheer ending in a long train A finger-tip veil win held in plac* by lilies of the valley. She carried a bouquet of white %  %  i %  .i,i.e"s lacw und garden ft > Jewellery I • from the %  %  DM I IMi rjour and They ittlred m orchid %  ti riifiled collar trlmmeo ; i>ld juli' • "hpes. % %  niony was conducted by lr. A Parkinson. S J The %  11 L. ni bestman were uerformrd by Mr Ueyd W.i-kes and the Durant. A ree*V'*"*n WJ hfk,(l ^'' BUck Hi-k and ,: %  W HEAL" I ireuj Rovklef Golf Lrcug of 1M2'' ., Iota of fun. Ovei 900 people attended what must I biggest dances of the year. Balloons were < evening a large "be* i nad been sueaended rrs heads was I ass prues were isasMe IB emSeveral bars were going thtoughout the evening, including hot dog and hambijrgef suiis. : circu%  tdBBBOWBi It'* true that many of the elowns war e painted on the walls MM laaa, I ^w a lot ot -real t\\f" ones dancing around. Sitwr juhil,-. r>oNOKATt)LATIOMS u. Mr V/ and Mrs Arlhur N. Chaderi .if -Glendowcr Court, Max*. Ilk Const ho celebrate the %  Be anniversary of then Carlb wisher. .in k and in..•flMR : | Barbnomn* Mr %  nred Goveinmeir Engineer of Siirra Leone. We /'".. %  I mil inn Mi'lUva D R B (CTHBERT ARTHUR HA. M.D.. %  Barb..: old CombcrmeriaT). arrived tatrr on Wednesday from New Yor'. via Trinidad by II.W.I A ". about three weeks' holiday. He wag accompanied by hbt mother Mrs. Ferris Arthur of Brooklyn who is returning to Barbados after an absence of 20 years. Mrs. Arthur has come down for an indefinite period in the interest of he, health and Is reading with er i Pastor Lionel Arthur of linens Vista." Two Mile Hill. Dr Arthur who is Assistant Resident Surgeon at Sydenham New York, hopes to return to Barbados to practise after he has got his degree in -urgery. He took hi* pre-medical at Atlantic Union College and completed big medical at the College Of Medical EvangelistI^*m.i Ltod, California. Paid ffu*inex* Vhit M R CYRIL WEATHERI1EAD. Director of Messrs S. P Muason. Son Co.. Ltd.. returned b> B.W I.A on Friday from Jamaica wban he had been on a %  u-me rtsil 0* p Uninl.'CM*H*iah 'presented at the James Street Church by the choir accompanied i by the Police Band on December ]> .it 8 p.m. This great choral work should be one of the outstanding performances over the i ea.on Admission is by pn>gr8mme and Utefcc ciin be obtained at the v %  Stal l. i II I v The (;ARf)F.N— St %  i TilMOHKOW ^ V mAT*^ msfli M MAWriN a Jrty r.'.l .-• ii vu tad in* ( o raoi oiin EriftuKid c III a %  t*i i.at f -l MAIIMr *r*ON TaDUtTV J'*"" laDBB R\I linn \t >**\ ..-. UOOaiBM Misa Betty Cox and Mb* Kitty Thomas ware the two bridesmaids They wore identical dresses of Invcnder organdy, bodices Of emBHaBHMl .HiKl.n,".;g ,nd> wiUi hooped skirts of accordion pleiited orasndy. Their headdresses were 'ion nets of the same material •rimmed with pink Illy of the valley. They carried ahowar bou'iuet of pink radiance rosebuds Bestman was Mr. T O. Dowdlng -nid the ushers were, Messrs. Harold Roett. Richard Cox. David Inniss and BUI Simpson. After the ceremony a reception was held at -'Dayton". Worthing rue honeymoon is .* %  ,,, 1: Rpc, llt the Crane Hotel. r/iirrsV*/ At S'l. Patrick* A T 4.3f o'clock yesterdnv after noon at St. Patrick"rtoengj C.itholic Church. Jemniott's Lang Miss l"earl Klaine Durant. daughter or Mr. and M^Robert llunmt of Bush Hall wai Ralph Francis llenrv WUllama, aon of Mrs. E. F. Williams-t %  latl I'ort-of-Spain. Trinidad and the late Mi. Thoma* H W I .lams and brother of Dr. BM The bnd.who ^ %  ..s K t*en in marriiige by her father, wore a dress of homton lace and nylon sheer Her Illusion veil was kept Mr, & Mrs KAI.PII WILLIAMS ^ JtST 4 MORE DAYH .' • \5he J&arbatlos 3?layers PREStBTI THE THIRD VISITOR" IHreerl bv \nnette Daagsa AT THF, EMPIRE THEATRE rhurtd*) lltsi A Friday IL'UI— M.30 p.m %  l.n:. I rid.. l-'Ol^-iaa pjll %  hsh papers "E\.n t*twtt and The Turnhad this *sy— MunlrM ,u, Wlt n,| M baffling plot." n iiineiiioii, md • IHUN inc • ntertalnmrnt dellghlfuM> pal across." PRICtt in ADMISSION \TC.HT—Slr SI in.'si.M KM. M \ I ISM I no J, oSc. i All S. AN APOLOGY BOOKING OFFICE 01EN DAH.1 FROM &3u AM i i ORAL Ki>:i 4 II K has been reopened Mrs. E. M. Slanton Manageress Pkaaie in72 GLOBE THkATRE BARBADOS. 6tK Decembar. 1952 The Management of the Globe Theatre Barbados through the medium of the Advocate lake.* the opportunity of tendering our slncerest apologies for any inconveH -iieniv that mg) have beeD caused c> Mr Clayton Greenidpe popular Manager of Alfonso De Lima Co, Ltd., Barbadoi on their recent visit to our Vaudeville show on Thursday Dec. 4th 1MB. For pUbBC information and clarification. 1 am to state that on the show in question, patrons were asked |o retain their half tickets in order that they misfit Ojiialify for the dm* D VA1JCYIUE cycle donati-.i freclv by tlic Agents Messrs CHKLSKA i-AHAtlE Mr i.reenidge iuid his party purchased box tickets for this show, but did not worry to wait Toi their halves, and inadvertently one of our attendant* their half tickets, and iiMliring his mistake, this attendant unauthorised, wrote the numuers of the tlckots purchased by Vlr. Oreenidge on a slip of paper. and handed if to Mr. (Ireenidge r <(i n| al the vamc tin %  Attendant though unauthorised; acted in but lid not notify the Manage! I Lr* of thtAt the d) I i stnge of the Theatre om el M idgg'fl tickets was drawn, and Mr Grernidaa, pragaoted the alip or rttneate aveai blm i iba Attendant The judge• ught rm advice on this, and not knowing the circumstances, u.nugh never doubting the fact that Mr GreeiUdge liad purchased the ticket in question. I advised that thi> %  %  %  i-1.1 not accept the It ROM'OS StOOTKKS CHAIR DISKS CANOES OOT TOY BAZAAR .s q n ,t,new this vear. nl. a selection -.1 hard wcarlni:. practical tovs that will prove lo be an invesluirnt fnr 1953' —And what are VOtJ ciiiii;; for your little boy and "irH • tNIMAL TOYS • MERRY s • TOT-CYCLES • POMES Take advantage of our Xmas l^ayawav Plan: i' Down payment will hold votir piirrhase rhrta,ma " : -anna, BROAD K. I'll,,ii.5I3S K. R. Illllllr & Co.. Ltd. slip as the contest called for actual half of tickets. Mr. OreenIdge's claim was rejected on this. After the show I was informed by members of my staiT about the Incident, but by then it was too late to rectify this mistake. I feel it my duty on behalf of the Attendant in question, and staff of this theatre, to make this ipology to Mr, Greenidge. There may have been no necesslty t,. have this public announce meat as Mr. Greenidge's integrit> ,.s a gentleman is too well known. iiul nevertheless I personally regret the incident, and would be grateful if this apology would be accepted in the light in which it is given. MAURICE JONES. Manager. Globe Theatre. •ft'*JF RECEMVEn R| NOWN SHIRTS— Plain Cols. (Tan. Blur. Whitr) $4.48 HKNOWN SHIRTS—Plain Cola. (Tan. Blue Gray) *4-* RENOWN SHIRTS—Plain Cola. (Tan. Blue. Gray) %&M RKNOWN STRIPED SHIRTS $3.12 HKNOWN PYJAMA SUITS $744. $8.74 & $8.1 \1 VIIRKER SPORT SHHITS (Tan. Blue. Gray) $3.85 ELITE SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS (While Only) $ . SKY-SCRAPER STRIPED SHIRTS $3.07 & $3.18 SI.CMBERTYME P.Y. SUITS $5.21 a $5.28 WIIHrSWF P.Y. SUITS SI0S3 (Tan. Blue Gray) $4.53 T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE Phont: :-; 4220 I I I I I I I I



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SUNDAY. Ull EMM I ;. laii -I so VV U>VOCATI PAGE THREi: \T mi iiMtit MYSTERY IN MUNICH II. C. H. For Amateurs Farm And Garden RHEUMATISM and agonising THE DEVIL MAKES THREE now | ttheGLoba „,„. ( %  %  highly ndodn 'h a plot that reveals the Jj, T^twi to' disturb 'he serious prublem n( postwar Nan fanatics. It is interesting pianu 100 often in our M1 tnd to note that the tilm shows clearlv the continuing reactions desire w improve tna garden we ol unreconstructed Hitlerites in terms of self-pity, arro r* %  * IO u Proo *?* %  ***.??! Ranee and conspiracy. The authentic backfirounds are a feature of the Bin) which was made in Germany, among the ruins of Munich, with scenes in Salzburg, on Hitler's peaceful -lanfc ..nd re-mas* n>ck-grden* and LhVpooU with the result thai rip garden never achieve* that famous "autobahn" and in the Bavarian Alps. Gene Kelly and Pier Angeli FRBNCHIK is a gaud), plushy. :ire larrrd in %  Story of an Amergarishly mounted Technicolor ican Air Force Captain who ieWestern with little riding, tail* 'hey turns to Munich to find j parplenty of gambling thinking, 'husi .-stabh.hed which By Agricoln MUM ACiKK I I.Tl M THAT W iive in a rapUly channin.; world cliche which fit* the picture wo presets t--.ia\ The title means what it says, however, ami will be briefly indicated latex. Whatevei the medium used, an ample supply of water is tsjaentlal l \ which Io distribute the nutrients. Even if the met age oew, the iden is certainly not new Watei eulturi has been used advantageously by laboratnrv tors for many \**nrs in expo, in ental work demanding close and continuous obeervati >n n plant growIlL BACKACHE GONE) .1 so attractive Many plant*—like many people — disUke change, and when constantly <-hivied and i H different spots about the man family who saved hi* life in lighting and shooting Starring Harden they become unsettled and wartime. The only member left in this rowdy extravaganza are no P ,aci become* home. is the eighteen-year-old daughter Joel McCrea and Shelly Wlnler. l'* different however with who Is working in a cheap nightwith an excellent supporting annuals for they are the Tourist „. ctl( .-i mind, HV wher* etrclub. Unknown to the American, cast headed by Elsa UnthSter. of the garden .m.vmg fresh each ^ml arl^TTTiril thi ~£T *xwlth a gang of gold Ms. Winter, is to£Rj yagr.sa lt Am not matter bee g^lod profitably :„ %  scope of woman who take, over | Sw. I : 1-'I % %  mHm pUnl ^ twm WhVthe* house m a fronuer year, the, are only bird* of pa.t *£ ^ stimulated by 8 hope, to find sage*•** *'> a nua £j* popul-i accounts OS the floating hot of the E*t or the float? eh: Inn gra*. colonies of the %  k nowadays, commercial development* follow cloaeK on the trail of rea:*i.-h results. Is not surprising; that alert ,.i teas she is in with a gang of gold KB smugglers who lie working for *ouns a resurgence of Nazism in Gargiimbl many. Through her, he uncover* lOWB *here she the gang, though the two of them her father', murderer* and * w!e Vben a .pot has been Jj* nearly lose their lives in the awi.ge the killing to which the lofBd k Mil Certgla ****** * **" doing of It. ... an eye-witnes. as a d %  bed foThe climax of the Sim lakes With her I. a bosom friend vesr after rear, If for instance, place in the Bavarian Alp*, with called Countess — played by Petunias did well in one bed last -_.,„ IbriUlttf H-quences of the deathKIMI Lancheitvi Frenchle of year. It's •• ien to one chance that !" defying motor cycle raci > the murderthev will do equally well In the .1'. Hintersec. These scenes lead ers. and at the si-me time. In•aai ipi'i this year mnd the •nme up to the flriiil.' lUy votvai ihe iherlfl ka murder ihmg applies to olher annuals, [limed In the BBQW lOtared nuns i ,r. rfPeertTi ii all comek out of Berchwgarten. A etlsM seain the wa-it Had she and CumBut whvn it comes to establiah_^ mg, perhaps, but nnncthclean. the tst emergivlcUm. i ed planu such a* shrub*, vine* chase is exciting all the waj Hlghlignl 1 the film i. a and pre-annual*, once they are Ot-ne Ki ii, lag kuwea*eown drag>oui tight m the growing and flowering reasonably *hoes this time, and proves that alonn lielween Mils Winters and well kkavt them alone Such i:ill.v adept m a straight liana Windsor, where no holds plant* as vine, and hrubs ... ..... dramatic. If you like that .an he trimmed back l a .„ ,*'V'. , i>. He acts with skill and gives I kind of thing. time*, and so be controlled, and %  > ,; • "• %  !• %  • at persuasive characterIr.vi I %  %  M. :h, screen .,n QcfSiPMl cul to the ground Ue fl POi mosi t-d with tvtth tlneerttj and quiet material K not up n also be beocflcial. tmt, le.ve f Iha eonclae Inforotatttoe whuh humoirr. Pier An^eti. sullenly trd .-\iellent casl ti.e rooti undisturbed. follows It mag be of aomc inPOULTRY NOTES nu.-.-.t of the h.nic-mtf on. Is "i""ii to But. as a locirnt rcl*i Ba>irvin.lt> i Marvlan.i of | Bun wonderful ; oajeehe a from the OH Station. l t.M Stal Plant Industry, states %  ing plants in water oi sand without the u*ieg soil h;.Inta r—l ad siudenu of plant nutution nni otaM men for more than n centiu\ We i -es In poultrv raising d pend upon %  i .I UM location. i %  %  :, %  ': ilkt following fo "Some years ago 1 began to (<•< %  ] l!,. -IT.*' '11 %  houldar" Thro iril tn th* small of mv >ng until • V.ev were of Krusohen an*l was iturprlaed to K d that I got a lutlr ught another ami ^oforr |i was flDJabsd all my pains had I na ID mv arms C lna star OS, incr hat Leo> 1 moving ond beautiful dance-hall girl, has all her usual poignancy and Excellent photography, an effective musical score and good direction make this an enterlalning and fasl-movlng melodramatic thriller ,-iYOff fully eaaesjgaed in crop piiuUi.tuHi Di %  i a lonivii • %  I M n i. M.I % %  ifaam %  %  •i. i II M ". .i-l-l r in all atuvitM op* .1 h ri IilM %  (IMf %  %  nfl o*it.m*n1 M0>i'! !-.,.*. •um.n ran rodx i ..ri tnI .. ., %  II Hi %  u oi -i %  i M rrtaiai i I %  %  I I After the „i sec him as i rnf|ro fro e friend •s him to ban %  %  ala Tllr: LION AND TIIK BOMB A new star makehi ance In Barbadn to play the lead in TH1 ANb THE HORSE showing at : the Pla/a Bridgetown. His name is Wildfire and he is a magnificent black rtaiUofi who though he has never been baton the cameras until this film was made, performs with all the | finish of a veteran Sh. i ll ours with him are Steve Cochran and a delightful young nineyear-old mis* .Jackson. M Though a eoa %  plenty of hard ridim; excltemenl ihe story is qulta difTorent feeling from Ihe run-of-the-i wild horse western Thl lv photographeeriing quences are devoted i %  the rupture of the stallion and tl ing up of %  Inand arc packi 'Xcltement. phui M %  'TI which I ii ranch : and trains him. amax of the picture ll the lielween the home and n raped rodeo lion, with Wild%  e emerging the winner. In COntieg*, there BTO ->'ne de* I u-ling life on I HMO I I the coihov and the small child' Steve Cochran play-the cowboy, who Is beati with diffledlties to keep the horse, that he has taken Illegally, in onMf to save iu life, and boldi with ease again*! the CttWvtealing pi I Wildllre .ijid Shelley JackSOO. Il is tht only warmly human role I have seen him in and 1 hop! be the last BhaUt) I %  rab i m nf some thirty pictures, and I* appealing and natural. Filmed In wan a spectacular baefcgro mountains, plains and acenlc beaut) of '*<• picture is superb. rVKNCHU UM Plaza. Ground Orchids are among j,,,^ ititac plsnt. which seemi to especlfcUllul rtll ,. lt fuiM|1 .,, >lllldllII v lally resem being disturbed <**-,,, vital Importano beras are another Both thcM i{ ., _, ^ limited planu sulk for ages 'f^jjsnna: un(| (i I( i %  iiaUi Sin. -porta that in (lie de cade lust • World War 11. VTVl interest Spaa io.nl* tsfftSUO sforh at the Agricultural Experiment SiaCallfornla. Indiana* New jersey an rat trials Mrete msilt with rireenhouse i i' p (botl ..I ii-ii i n'liiul and lesi with the ideti of lotvtth tbc neaad fo t o%  '. >i. -.in. I An Forces s. pnii oth.up-rooted and when re-planled Ibey are very sknv to %  and i" ,l "' 1 flowering again. IVhSD gnittBd orchids get too thick, ami it seems to be absolutely necessary to do so about it instead <>t taking up the rp bulbs m iietwecn here and ip the bed with fresh mould and manure, and see grorfcSi (M i-ouise (here is the piohlem of the g.rden which is under or rear tree., hi sura %  sardsu Om wa tering %  • % % %  d beds get so bound down and suckTh( Unite-i Btate* Dtl thai Ihe plants rannc fount! SO.II( be left un-distutned s Wog pe^ution ol vagaj t. warden. But all Ihe ,.,, ,,,.,, „,, ha w same, d the u> | s l %  > n • Atkinson -_ i„ peon root, ang pianu-.that n*A*\, Brrti I wo Inna v at to say If tha oil ideapsMdeh and Japan At mi ,. .,,, ,-. ,„i gad, *' ( lUeoal i real !" „ ijnriai ui a a lltions can thrive advaaiagaj ad begnaj ,.I>I.t.> iniiil.ii-tun ,1 ., ti ii "ill g£ a good sraakl] urfaei raruag ggMd ,,i. .,.und< pleta adal UDCOVW manj ol Us sasailar control which can promptly be •akin (mt and ihis w'th BOOd rhare ar watern'K and reguUr applieatiunU|l the nu %  egg>. the %  maturity rtWS* r.i< ti I il .mid eont'niicri breadli lagu .hick; ut m sni game ii I uivolvet I % %  of f r-ll aarprtaad me "-T R KhPiamattc pains and bwkaeha are usually trie result of polaoss K tha blood polaona which :sy %  •! %  and tired kidneys are falling to aipel. For these OompIalDta thara la no nnar treaimsnt than Kruaehen Ralta srhiih cleansaa all tba tnt-rnal organs, atlmnlatse tbam ntal healthy action and thua raatoraa fraahnaas and vigour. .,11 CbamlaU and atorea sell eVuaohsD BABY'S TEETHING need give you no anxieties There nre.1 he MO reetloaa nigbu, a* tassra, no kkaby d i assfdaaa. if you have Ashton A Pa r s—a* Intuits' Powders bandy. Mothers all over the world have found them ^xrUung aasd cuoling adjaj balr adaptable rloth. The geaVutlon must IK%  uiti.ioaerated t.. ip| HH %  not nf QMJgmL In th.Mii.-n i iRuti'>n method, watei i QOS rete i tasedb DI gtveaei .the i ml U railier tislv lrHgOth.ii with t.uti,.-. ...Into.,, : :"li""u?i^ MI esi flower i ihi Mthurtuxn paa ,-. %  -. ..nd lik'-' roots above around Ttie old nif U'l well alone" could rasily be applied to ihe garden. It is good advice. ^ t i. ptOi gqt iient.su M. reka, roo U t plan IM d to it IIS li ( % %  ,.! ho"" a i %  ;";'"" %  nve trssfSM ol .li-.aaae net:to i I • %  la* lavoh • o The WlH oll rai ouaee of proven m i Mrv keapi s 1.1 ti %  %  i. a .i l t land) I ratloi I for lid i.i d oi i solution breading %  illoi icceed i pound .1 CUI '%  .FJltS fc poultr, i Uonaolo i iMii.ici of the n.ecuMui. %  ui n <• i lasts •nd il Esfl -1 Ibey %  ** ^SfSS 'T"!v-. Inue flowering bm| sltei %  %  "; .„,,.. nhfive the soil m I"*"'* ni..len,il nf aulSatDli i" •• J T.l\L W I.M. with nu -rfutl This methi vance on the OtSUM 'ma; the l* siilutloi. .' %  ki pt in elreuletleri asd This w..i i % %  I tilled M i gsstrui tore we niii't Sad out watei reaowi adreeul i erBe n ts lo< HM crop .mo hv ready in prod ,., uoga, the jbe I'd bv grm But %  3 and to poasihilitiein %  Lei th.mt waste. Island TOSCA EAU DE COLOGNE %  PERFUMF FINE QUALITY BEDSPREADS CHILDREN'S SHOES JUST ARRIVED. 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PAGK FOUB ••i NOA1 U>V HHVV OUIY DUMP TRUCK CHASSIS I Grett vehicle • •Ighi | 14.000 Ifcv 110.884 h|t.) immtided bo4f IClty <• jd(4Acn.m.) 4 LICHF DELIVERY VAN with indapcndcm front ptm sr and tedf ipact 109 eubk fact. RE-STYLED & IMPROVED • SUPERPOISE RANGE ttd waighti 1.2'J) Iti. to I. WO Ibi (1.266 kgs. 8 84S kgi.) 32 15 SEAT "AVENGER" PASSENGER VEHICLES Win o.n.v. undolloof' engine d.l_pin,| 109 b tt p. COLE A CO.. LTII. liisli iliuloi s ANNUAL B.C.A.—B.C.L. MATCH OPENED Doug Ring Saves Austratic. // o. ft t:w>i'i\ T*nv. Annual BCA B( i. match I ii suited In a story of small score* during tin we:, kfferoay made tnc Kensington wicks'. Ive to spin and whatever the b<>M lei I B re I discuss any othsr aspect nr ihts nxtii to suggcn that In futun Ihla il important inter-Association nxture sine* It Is generally conceded that It Is the only scope afforded the local Selectors to gauge the relative bC.L (layers who have of necessity been unable to show thcmselvrlor purposes or consideration fm> liarbados and preejresttveL) senior I Nl \MII.I\KITV T^IE BX IIn Uafeh in displayed a pardonable unfamilurity with ncn-perfect wictnM concUl hi being the %  art) of VI shoulo .. .1-1 haw t-e*n 150. tir.N Daniel used his feet and tie bull I %  •.. I wi.uld be rash Ing most of the other %  'Living done so. ,u( |M nit of nobbtfh either in my > to teams and men and I am hoping that thi B.CX i' % %  : %  observation* at i rtlvt I can see no reason why spin bowlers. Sobers. %  Una* I VI ott himself :. allowed to bow". Without an cXli.i .t.d a long OB The B.< urn ..Mowed this and virtually %  tu.n in rungcttlng I prefer to err with Frank Woollev rather than shine with any l L.n exponent of the game in the Theory that a half volley is a hall volley whether It comes out of the hands of an IDJ a leviathan. < I\MM. NO MASON ,.. i i, ii taman, on a wicnet mat X was admittedly taking turn, Lut which was provteUng a sound foothold for the batsmen, it -add not n*ve attacked toe bowlers ana :;i4(c balls to the boundary wh.. ,icaerrteo It MHU to have been a lamentable cM Df Intel OTIt) i figures returned b> %  poi uld navv boe %  tring and certainly more inottcativa <>f Uwlr relative thrust. Left arm bowler Sobers bowled witn rare capacity for iPJP. ru || .i linger spinner <>( the ol bad appltad tha rolltr between inn to* run had peeped out that the wicket would start to ind be I'vcly. Tins was <*! batsman like t ammie Smith Brat was forced into playing Into the gully and being tnlawd befora ha was t.wled. Conrad Uunta wai victim ol tha late outawlngar that roaa uneomi ';...' \Vil,i .i goog %  h. i*. was out %  •it ona bo playad down into tha i)c Pauta ol tha eagle eye x<>' bowlad with on woll up whan bo obviously was looking fur a "snorter" and ii was left to Roy Marshall mad lain Iniunga. and vv..i.. >ti to abow what la man raaponalblO cricket. The blunder, the one that rose from a good li-r.gth aliil the OAC that could be amotharod only with the IK-IV WOJ dealt with In correct and profitable rotation jn<( so Inoj WOTO bagOtbOl at a time when the situatHn. mothlng barrassing if the B.C.I. l> red to axplolt their early Invasion of the bastions ol the B.C A Hitting dafonoo. KI nr) i. IMPRESSIVE R UDDER who has bowled wild sutce** for B.C.A at B.C 1. teams foi the pact His pace is just above medium fast but his accuro n. When he found the wicket was helpful to him he never looked %  i.: uttack he v/u rewarded and i! Ii nunnrj through his effort that the game has at p ra ao n t aoOjUtred OttM promiso of equal combnt. I warned readers yesterday not to be too optimistic about the admittedly laudable achievement ,,f South Africa in dismissing seven of the flower Clyde Walcott. skipper of the £ %  "" ,he howling of Ruddei DC A. XI won the toss and sent or duck. the BC.L XI to bat in their first Dc Fella joined Marshall and !u innings on a wicket that was was on* the mark with a single affected by rain. Rudder was getting much out of ml. opened with McCaliister the wicket but in Rogers third .nd Hinds to the bowling of H. over De Pei?a was bowled. ScoreIlarkei and Frank King. Both board read 12—3—1. jf these bowlers were nol getting c. B. Williams went in after OOl ol the wicket and De Pei2a to stop the collapse. HBarkcr in his first over sent Nx>k n 5 nrsl bal[ (rom R oge „ down long hops which dela>ed illld watched this carefully on to I of the BL A. .-ickets. Rudder Has bowled BUI oven, two maidens and eight runs while Rogen quite a bit. In Barker's second over and second delivery, McCaliister was caught by Frank Kmg as he attempted to pull a long the boundary. KcCellstb thiic. G. Sobers followed McCaliister Out his timing was not good and his bat. Rogers third over was maiden and he took the wicket Of De Peiza In this over. C. B. Williams, however. wa s caught bv Daniel off the bowling of Rogers. He did not score. Skipper Walcott followed Willm< and he took the first ball issed the lona hop. He was, "'om Rogers. Rogers also was get,:k with a 'mg much out of the wicket and In King's second over hOf** Walcott and Marshall in Hinds was dropped by Week i timid slip when through there. Hinds to force away King but h ing too was not good. When the score was 4, Sobers in trying to get over a rising ball in Barker's thir d over edged through to skipper Walcott second slip to end his stay. heck, edged At the end of play. B.C.A. haj i,-as trying scored 21 for the loss of four dceta, Walcott not out 1 and Marshall .iot out 13. IX A. I.I S.INf.ION Ehlia. aii OVAI. B c L IBT nrmtftM t O MrCalllil-r c Klna t> Barker Darker at ti.i.s'stagewarbowling Z ^ k ;^ "I 1 "^,,!:';^,,, nt steady length but not wiib r nmi*i K m b WIMI ,,uch ,. Scoreboard rc.1 4,. %££ ^B i ... rant In alter Soliers and ii QodiUrd n mil he ii .. began in a shaky way. %  Jg!4** -.£2! .. , i an.i'.hei uieket ? ll!?SLi. W 52S b .!I I nke ,.t two edged through to wicket-keeper IVI'ei/.t who made no mistake in taking Ing Oaten. Scoreboard read 6—3—2. C. Daniel joined Hinds at the I wicket but he was not so comfortabla aga Dai Barkar Hinds was %  one. iiov Marshall who relieved ; Frank King from the -creen and bowled his over to Daniel who i took a (Ingle olT the fifth ball. M Barker still continued to bowl but c SlnMh ,. leeaakvnally be delivered a long c n*i < nl -lokrt. l-i S—4. s—< %  *t 7 Ig; i| t—St. BOWLING ANALYSIS Walcott • c A ivr norneoa hop whieh delayed <|utte a bit. Daniel got his first four off the last ball of Barker** dxth over. Rowling Change %  it brought on Sobers of Police XI in place of Barker. He sent down his first over to Daniel and beat this batsman with three deliveries. This wa %  m il len aver. Sobers sent down three overs and Skipper Walcott bowled In hli place. Wnkottl Ural over was .. 'n.iiilen. It ml 2.45 p.m. and the score. I 20—3—2. The 20 runs had keen scored 'n 70 minutes. i..:.... B Wllliami < Panl* 41 t>ot out Ill.-Kl i Toll ilor 4 waSSSW ... ol wicReU: 1 11. 2 II BOWLING ANALYSIS ll.td .aacKBr rt nn r To-day Yorkshire Cricket Club will engage Wallridgc Cricket Club In a friendly cricket match at Friendship playing field at 1 When his score had reached 24. o'clock Daniel was caught by King at The tcama are as follows:deep mid wicket off the bowling (Yorkshire) O. Barrow, (Capt.), Of WalCOU in the last ball of his E. Brathwaite, I. Havnes, K. third over. Payne. W. Brathwaite, T. MayRogers (oiited Hinds. Hinds was nard. C Clarke. F. Straughan. C. still on the defon Clement. L. O'Neale. E. Clarke. Th.wicket was playing a bit (Wallridgc): C. White. (Capt.), better now. Sobers took It's first D Brathwaite, I W.ekes. W wicket as he had Hinds caught by ionea, C Bealy, w. Roach, o. Walcott in hi^ ninth over ScoreTaylor, E. McColliii. R. Pilgrim, board read 44—5—10. E. Layne. C. Weir. Tinder who followed after Hinds The match continues next Sunwas off the mark with a single— day. RACING IS BIG BUSINESS ffY tl< H Ik II. ^-__ WITH the entry nf ITS horses for the Trinidad fi ^_t^ Christmas Meeting, racing in thi South Caribbean _Jbe**T*Y takes on a look hul. expecttfWUk ^B mg for years, lut ... been den.wng f ^B*asT*affaT w uld ever come about. No longer can It be said / ^y 71 that r-cing in the H W I only looks as if it is big f ( f \ business—4t is big business today. ^^^^L^^^^i It is bursting at the seams and of course neither the tracks nor paddocks which were built when our fathers were either young men or boys in short pants, can accommodate it today. This goes for the stands and enclosures as well, (n those bygone days I horses at a Barbados meeting was a lot and Iwice that number in Trinidad was a bumper crowd Right now there are so many horses being trained in Trinidad hat accommodation at the Queen's Park paddock for horses from other Islands has been limited. Only those who have taken tntry for he classics are guaranteed a stable during the meeting and It has '>een hinted that in future not even these can be guaranteed aecom%  %  This is an unfortunate state of affairs. But the Trinidad Turf Jlob and the rest of the racing men in the South Caribbean have inhodv else to thank for it than those people who a few years ago -ould not see further than their noses. The fact that racing Is still arrlcd on at Arima on the original spot also denotes that that paricular club has its share of short sighted members. Although ou. lumbers in this island may not be as large, it can also be that we are imllar In this respect. When will racing men learn? The Trinidad Turf Club, of all the duk. in th. *..tiraid: "boys if we get the lease of the Savannah we are safe", The same man who was instrumental In getting them the lease uneotal in making them abolish the mile and a half distance for the Governor's Cup. Those who have West Indian racing at heart will not remember him kindly for it. The day has come when the tpoea which the lease covers has run out. The day has come when In spite ol :.,i.,i and what ever other improvements one cares to mention, the Queen's Park Savannah can no longer be the home of Wist Indian racing if it is to keep on expanding And what has caused this great Increase in numbers of horses? One would think thai with the new policy of barring the Jamaican Creoles from the classics it would have meant a decrease in numbers. Hut the buyers it seems are more numerous than ever and it is the British thoroughbred being Imported from England that is responsible for the increase There are now more horses between A and C2 than there ever have been and I find that there is a distinct tendency amo* g breeders of bloodstock to regard this with disfavour. BREEDERS IN DANGER For myself 1 must sav I share their fears if the present situation Is allowed to continue or grow worse. For it will mean that racing will take on the same aspect which It ha; In countries like Venezuela, where the imrorted horse providepMM in-.U. the bulk of the numbers in every race that is run. However much such countries will steal the limelight In International racing spheres by purchasing horses that cost $40,000 nr more, they cannot claim to produce a better type of locally bred thoroughbred than the B.W.I and when one thinks seriously about it it is a remarkable state of affairs. What happens to all the thousands of expensive horses which find their way to these countries and leave no progenv behind them. There must be a great demand for horse beef somewhere So. too. if we are not careful the buyers will continue to flood the local arena with imported horses and the breeding of creolcs will fall back to where it was in the nineteen twenties. Of course I am not suggesting that the importation of horses should cease. This in Itself would be a blow to breeding in the B.W.I. But I am suggesting that the two things must go side by side and the present action of the T.T C. In hinting that in future stables will not be found for entrants for classic events can well turn out to be a mortal blow to B.W I. breeding. The T.T-C. must realise thai they have to expand. They must also realise that the stakes for classic races must he raised until 'hey are well above that of any fixture for 'he imported.*.. It is not sufficient to have throe classics a year and claim that they worth more than the B and C class races and in some cases even the A. There are about ten or twelve races for (lass C alone during the course of the year. Is it strange therefore that the buyers want Imported* ad not the creolcs? The dice are still loaded In the former's favour. THE MAIN EVENTS In all this welter of name* which constitute the 175 entered foi Christmas, the classics have singularly small fields. The Derby I see has attracted 10 and of these only throe or four seem wortny of note These are Bright Light. Colombus. Cardinal and possibly Cavalier. First Admiral might prove the unknown qunntity until we Fee the tapes fly but one can hardly regard such as Dive Bomber, Daisy Brown. The Ambassadress. Meditation and Gallant Hock as forming any particular kind o( thi The great OJMOUon is still whether Colombus will hav e improved sufTlciently to give Bright Light a hard light. I still see no reason to doubt his capabilities. I understand, however, that in certain quarters it Is felt that some trouble which he had earlier in the year aught hamper him and that he must get over this trouble before he has a genuine chnncc in the race. I was not here whrn Colombus had this trouble but from what I have been told I am forced to the conclusion that people who think like this are stupid. No horse with any ailment from frog to shoulder, could have run on the iron going at the Garrison Savannah on the last day of the November meeting and survived. Colombus old it twice and as far as I know is in perfect health. Although, personally. I do not mind if this liltlcspate of propaganda makes them leave bim alone in the betting. Those of us who have contldence in him will then be able to make a little more. The Breeders' Stakes has seventeen on the list. Most of the names mean nothing to me. Being awav for both the Barbados August and Arima meetings I missed most of the two-year-old season. Quite a few of them I imagine ran at these meetings. However, 1 so e that there arc two Sams in the race, the first being our Apple Sam and the other being Uncle Sam. The former should be the favourite while the latter's only criterion seems to be that his name suggests plenty of money and therefore he might hit the jack pot. I have also heard that Faerie Queen is very highly regard by her stable Jockey Eric Holder and of course I know Super Jet's form from the November meeting. But the others will be all dark horses as far as I am concerned. The Governor's Cup rather surprisingly produced a field cf 18. I had thought that Abu All and Landmark provided the bulk of the rood ones in this race. But I see that Hope Dawns is down ami surely on her recent form she should be favourite. I notice that It r. nld there has been an offer of £2.000 made for her from Veneula. 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BONMT, UK I MIHII I, lM M \lll\ AIHIll \ll i'\i.i nvi. Misadventure Verdict In 6Yea r-otd 9 8 Dea th S Acting Police Corontr >t District "A" when lb* incjui into the death of Sheila Eastmond. a six-veai-nld g&] ol /"t >t. Michael was concluded at the District V*<)TOllilIlOIl > i Aanual A Police Court. Sheila Eastmond died t the General Hospital five hours after she was detained there on Not 29 suffering from extemivc burns on her body. r*. A. S. Ashby said ho performed a post mortem examination on the bod> ..f six-year-old Sheila Eastmond on Nov. 30 n the Hospital IgflghlBlJ that there were extensive burn on the chest, chin and face. In his opinion death was duo air Music Exam. Results 3 I U %  m cash. %  %  will be gratefully received %  town II and an At HiAnnual General Meeting OfBcial Collect"! i promised io let you know at ft* DFX 7 NO. 253 TOPICS BY JOE & ROBERT Plans The result pf the : .U| %  herself U'* B .. \ soon as possible what the Guide* of ihi i Empire ^ Mkod to .io for the H i d guard of ih.Royal % %  hoilg'ni SB2?"rSl : ,hi> rn Music's fbeorj Examination Ch .. l' c !" ^' !" *' *"'*%  fhfcfl w. held <*, Oetober 25. f 5^ a ,. U e B *"* ^^ wa "•"— follows %  Oti'OP ho > Cm-nation is a peiMrs •>. '. i to shock and pneumonia "follow__ .. 1 RrlLW^Ll ing extensive second degree bums. Carl Alleyne identified the body of Sheila Eastmond to Dr. Ashby. The girl was hi* child and used to live wiih him at Watkins Alley. St. Michael. Edna Clarke of Watkms Alle\. St. Michael said on NO* ID shOUt 2.30 p.m. Sheila Eastmond was at her home helping her to cook some food. While she (Clarke) wan pouring kerosene oil into a stove Eastmond wno was standing next to her was burnt a* „ big flare %  H E 3m,1 , G VI; O. Y tJ^^m went up from the stove. Eastmond Smith. G. VI; G. E. Walcott. G. SuW WM Ujen to the General llosp J>• T .a> tor. 0. VI. 0 M. tal and detained. Daniel. G. VI T. E. Grunt, G. To the Jurv Clarke sai,| ,h;.f 1V C OretBidfJO, .; IV; It. W. there IS a standpipe quite near to ('handler. Q. IV: A F King. (. her house. IV; L. S. Lord. G IV. J M Hose Audrey Drakes |7) Of Walk.n* fff** <: W M %  %  Smdh. Q Because ihe Q a Glnde her C< ifiialion I H Bros G Hi H t Carl Ranger, i miMlener in the British Common'-•''> *" t.rahtm C. V r. IT r niw.rt" *''-'"" and Empire and each Oft* Mri It Greaves I M. Mamwng A Guides will be Mr. A T. King L, A. Chad our mm throuk-hnit th Bl Us* N > Howell Ud 10.001 Ihe Bum %  %  litad .fn BoeKerv (<1wl !' Blvi .cf"-i. r to loyalvj % %  i Oardinei AUMIH s.oo d-votion. to hei M|PM* Ifueeii Heiuert A Watson Ltd S.OO Elizabeth %  %  A Co. Ltd So i Invite you ail '• rHttJo <> %  %  >> %  • M o d i ft CO Ud 2.00 ."oroii it :.. i*if Quasn We -t '"f M or the very •!]" p "' ^T 1 "" T h *''• aw UllCllsflly < .MUriUM'l S young, whatever service has been J^ r \ TZ ', M iiiteomc of our own particular DURING the longest recess the 8 taB *w "' h '" wTltte prog 1 OVsssnnL Le Hoi D'VVI Sl'ITE rri mihtart Itxnd %  OPtitATir F.xrrRi-Ts Walteri e*, M e „ c Wfc EniiiH-t^NimptaV tll f n ULSCT1 .N Ui Contss n-H"ffm..r ; ORrni ui-sciur-Tivs naca In 11 MoHaitvrr Oarden K*t EOVPTIAN XBRCNADE Amina u MARCH iF THF IT .1 lolanihr ,.n liVMm ao A* M oi. Jarn1 lajiusi I down DWd by >e.ir. workmen have been buildP"' 1 *, Dtting a small room behind the ''"''. DrvWOBi and Counties SpenkcrV ehair The Chj.mlvr lh l ts ""• 'Ulline of tlie plan is beina: cleam-d and the Boot wh,rh I hilrt *"<• honour to lay scraped. before Her Majesty the Queen. Seats In the House are to be nrt %  *• nOPn tolil '" %  '" -varn lihed indeed aceeplable 10 h"i She hu* The Band wflTbo "Jnder* CaZ! Hou"o'f % Arse'rnr I :. E. Ralson The programme is as follows: — The House w< •oaaaNov '" r ""' r Urtimassd that she srovkl 18 and will moot inln Dec. 16 lOOMvO ^>y_ t ,h< Tf. *?!"*?. DU pleted %  gain Work !-• expected tu be M then N I I H 1 tlOD SAVR THE. QtirCN ^S/. Micfiaet "in l,i,,t'iI Choir %  eirds. 80 n may bi the raeei I card from TOUT company or pack LMsmaW Chaka WMOh will prove |o IM< one whirh • %  • — i> s 1 """ M^irt, %  '. I £ With the whole of life to ChoOH K*r ^ tMiruiii'Li /orship Mr. G. B, Griffith g Polict Magistrate of District "A" vesterday lined Edward Griffith of Thorpes Land. St. James. £2 to be paid in 14 days or one month's imprisonment with hard labour for wounding Oscar Forde of Gtoba Land. St Iflel 1 on his left ear with a stone. The off nice was committed on December 4. Both men had ,1 light after an argument and in th< tight Griffith took up u stone and stria-k Fordo on the U-ft OT Sgt. AUcync attached to Central Police Station prosecuted for the Police from Information received. The St. Choir ha: Michael Combined Hlet wi|.t your palruli ew will choose— 0 much to do. an morn Or Jut! plain dr-anne?* ,,.. to bo turned into beauty, so many KLss Bartrcrarsi %  ^ r^ .ho ,p„„uo, cn TO ,„,.„, 0. '.,; fat believe Uurt ou YESTERDAYS WEATHER RgPORT YEHTERDAV Rainfall from Codnngton. Nil Total Rainfall l .1 month to date: 290 ins. Minimum Temperature: 72.0 •r Wind Velocity: 9 mil*" per hour Barometer (9 ami 29.897 111 IB) 29870 TO DAT Banrise: 61 a m Banstt: B.aft pm Mooa: Full. December 1 Lighting 6JK) p.m. High Tide 7 40 a.m.. 7.13 p.m. Low Tide. 12.57 a.m., 1.06 .I in any other any. n *i'i bo sbow thwt i wnnn MMM uuidol Itavipasseil that way. The uceasion will he marked -"•"'' opportunrUi Will HMp within oncst I ?'o.i P.,1 5 in line with tain nuTnber "• *>'*'< These police constables were done to show that u m part of thi cau Trlbut II %  wiaadarftil always kept busy, as many Tribute It inn* be i 1 "' iUa motorists were unaware of the flowers, painted on the wall ol %  rywham sVlII sudden change. hall Which has l>cen daCOratM "t IM MBM No Quorum At Hcuiing Board Meeting A meatliuj of Ihe Housing Board whuh waa seiiaduled '^r rasterday did not take nbca >' war no quorum. Men eaUnJ wenMr. H. A. TudOr, Mi. J. Hcrkk-M and Mr. M. E. 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I'M.I -.|\ si MIX. M.M., Ml si SDAV, I'K IMBIR BARBADOS & ADVOCATE t LM B.M4 ... .Ki... Susulaj, lt.rrnit.fr 7. 1952 11 MUM; IMM sun THIS WEEK or 11 lata*, HH week %  1 the m fish• -Experimental Station will have been launched. fuM ago 83 fishing boats seriously damaged %  : % % %  had swept them from than Since that of the damage 1 %  1 and a further frra were added lo the 5eet during the the 31 boats which are built at the Fishery Experimental •' been launched. The I tch is now beginning oughi therefore to ba more productive than the corresponding period last year. The remarkable feature of the 1952 that two-thirds of the fishing aajulpnad with ^ill-nets, in consequence larger supplies of flying fish were obtained although less boats went to &f Tdis aaaaon 11 la expecte+J thai all Rah. i i equipped with gill %  and greater catches than before ought to be obta I % %  i handicap of the current fishing season is alresidy avidanl however. It seems thai there is a shortage ol timber kble for making spars in the tsJand and although the Fishery Experimental Station has spars on order there is little likelihood of their arrival until late in January. The provision of spars, booms. gafts. and bends for the fishing industry is becoming much more difficult now that costs' *-eply. Importers of umber do not feel justified in keeping stocks of expensive timber on the ofT-chance that will le required when all thenquotas can be allocated to wood which is in great demand for house building and house repairs. Fishermen too are reluctant to place orders in advance. The shortage of spars at present is indicative of the unsatisfactory supply position. Had communications with British Honduras where spars are available add to the general difficulties. Meanwhile there is a growing tendency for the Fishery Experimental Station to be looked upon as a general supply store for the fishing industry. The time has come for a review of the %  rnrnent's attitude tow aids the F'shing Industry. Is it to become a subsidised Industry under the control of the Fishery Oflloar? Or la the Fishery Experimental Station lo be Uied as a research station, while the fishermen are encouraged to form cooperatives for the marketing of their fish, purchase of gear and insurance? The danger to which fishermen are constantly exposed when premiums on their boats are allowed to lapse was dramatically shown when a fishim* boat was i -mpletely burnt on Crab Hill Beach some months atfo. Insurance of boata is a necessity but necessary action to see that all ho..is are insured should be taken by lishennen organised in co-operatives. Insurance ought not to be made the responsib.hty ot a department of government. l'i hermen will never achieve high living standards until they learn to stand upon their own feet and they must organise %  tnong themselves for the protection of thou i .it. through insurance, for the provision of gear ami to promote the sales of their catcher The spectacular disaster last year which lemoved B3 fishing boats from the sea in one week has lad lo the development at tinFishery Experimental Station of an aniaation capable of supervising and supplying the fishing industry and the sla'ion could also Inexpanded to cater for the marketing of hah. But extension of government control over the fishing industry is undesirable. A fishing industry ought to lie able to pay its way and can only pay its way it the puce of fish is allowed to find a level wnich will be satisfactory to the housewife and will allow the Aaherrnan to make I reasonable profM At present the government does not Wholly control the fishing industry but it Blbttdfaea it partially by maintenance loans which are interest free for one year: and the government is contributing half ol the eventual COSta of restoring the 28 Bfhing boat! which are Hearing completion at the Experimental Station. The value of U which the government gives lo the industry is lowered however by the official price controls on fish. The majority of Hying fish catchtt are sold to hawkers who bid for them at prices which vary widely and have little I to the Official price and the hawkcause of the existence of I i.'.ail control price then benefit out of all proportion-by selling to housewives who are forced to pay what is asked or go without fish. If the government accepts greater responsibility for the fishing industry the public will increasingly press for fish pfki hiead to I levtJ where the fishermen can be expected to make no profits at all while the hawkcis < to make the same or greater use of the control price to the disadvantap consumer. Th i Experimental FleJ %  eught not to be us?d as a general store or ship-building yard for the I; I dustry. Its activities trated on research Into i.ew an techniques of ftahlne;. Already thi duction of the gill net and research into the optimum periods for obtaining flying fish catches have bfOtl ad credit on tiie Fishery on": The introduction of a labour saving spar on the new fishing boata due to be launched this week arid the iiirl.-i Wl ightlrg of the keel with concrete are other examples of the Fishery Officer's contnbu'. wards improved fishing techniques. In many other ways the Fishery Experimental Station can continue to work on behalf of the Fishing Industry of Barbados. But that industry if .it is ever to advance to the level which it can and should reach must combine through cooperatives for the benefit of all engaged in fishing for a livelihood. If the fishermen were to form co-operativea and market their own catches they would have little din",, nil %  . the government that the price control on fish was detrimental to the pros ( the Industry. MH4 \TIO\ .\OTIS: TfJATION WOES i %  :. ., rosata wh. i-;i--cd but gave "f feint.ithat he agrees with everything 1 ersl inalatx %  ata in i.rtwvii %  %  fees at secondary schools word* what haa been f\ ago. He hM tulii tht pubhi fiae**huuld be increased beyond who In lhCouncil and added that if ItM ll %  %  i*ni would be Of education at he agreement" is that tl ni [CM i* UM last mnslnlae inbwol chlldran n: %  itfet all he ha 'IIha* act at rel IH \ ItII S f MA HIES 11 AT THE Aiivor.vri: vr.\Tio.vi;iiv TREES ONE of the objects preserved at the Barbados Museum is a spade. On the face at the top of the spade the following words have been affixed. "With this spade the Barbados oak was planted In the Coronation Grove in Windsor Great Park. .June 19th IWT. M What greater sanction for the planting of trees as an integral part of a coronation ceremony than the testimony of this unique spade? There is no village too small in Barbados in which trees could not be planted during the local Coronation celebrations in June next year. Evtry school could plant its own grove: every public institution: every factory and every householder can plant coronation trqes or groves. In Bridgetown, in Belleville, in Strathclyde and in tenantries trees can be planted or replaced. The Princess Alice Playing Field and other bare places could be improved by avenues of Royal Palms. Some effort could be made to prevent the loss of rare trees in Turner Hall tYooda, Roads in St. Andrew could be atm ened by the planting of border trees. Country lanes and recognised beauty spots could be improved by the planting of oleanders, hibiscus and Barbados Pride. A drive should be made to convince all those who have failed to raoognlai Uneconomic value of casiiarinns rnd cccoanut trees to plant them liln-rally. Cacti growth could he encouraged aapaciaUy on exposed sites in St Lucy and St Andrew. The Coronation celebrations in Barbados next year will be memorable Indeed if tree planting plays a major role in the celebrations. I.AI.OI It VII US ONE of the Unions affiliated to the International Confederation ol Free Trade Unions has published the Ural laaue of a magazine whose motto is "The Education of the Worker." The Union is the Union of Comn.euia! and Industrial Workers of Trinidad and Tobago. There is %  tendency as might lie expected in a first issue for luTplua adjectlvea to be employed fog "so vast, so extensive, and so irresistible" as a description ol the Trade Union Movement) and inevitably there are more views than news. It would be impossible not to get an impression that a small number of individuals have provided the driving force which led to publication and the magazine editor admits responsibility for no less than thirteen of the articles On the other hand the editor welcomes suggestions for improvement from any quarters and Rupert C. Tello in a very verbose though short article announces rightly that "the great armies of uninformed, uneducated, untrained, irresponsible, unstable, unco-operalive woik< not the best materials with which we can build a strong, solid united, conquering Workers movement." To that everyone would reply "hear. hear". Without being critical of a venture which ought to be applauded because of its motto "the education of the worker" it may be suggested that an approach should be made by the editor of the magazine to public-spirited persons m all walks of life In Trinidad and in other British Caribbean territories for articles which contain more matter and less propaganda. One wonders too whether the list of books to be read could not be more I lie and less selective and anyone who OCOltl W. I* Burns "The British West Indies" from a list of books all should read is omitting the most worthwhile booh to have been published on the subject recently The unhappy placing of "labour personalities" their Communist learnings will not help workera to distinguish between %  ought to admire and those they ought to avoid. the fear* i Hundred* jf people who wcl* schools au| thn -I th %  hould \ %  .-mended, the Education ; %  i %  V OHM time now I to get the public to realise that something has gone wrong but whlhi I was told on the : tli.I'. I did not know %  %  i ag] haa oa UM Xher it wgg HM that ITM ia.i .iutterly ui No* the Diiettor h< proved Ih.jt l.;ht. the satisfaction, however, it knowing at last that there JI' BO think as I do that %  onwtiilgti :ii ban to I %  d ) that something la wrong with education and that should be done about II. It was pointed out thut we were APOLOGY Our attanuon has been drown by Mr. Freeman Boyce MA tudntthere. Is shown by an article appearing in the Adeocate newspaper of Stinday Koeem bar Wth. 1*52. under the Cap Uon %  Education notes: Codrlngton College", which reads in part as follows: Even the results published during the week show that the successes which keep the name of Codring ton up are thoae with a classical background At present there is -till a Classical Professor at the College in the person of Mr. Freeman Boyce. a brilliant Classicist who made a name at Oxford." We unreservedly withdraw any imputation* which may be contained In the said article against the scholastic attainments and teaching ability of Mr. Freeman Boyce and tender this apology in the hope that be will accept the same In the spirit In which It ii otlered. few more. Mild be faille BM lira I with this aspect of I and It would be dan.en lo repeat vinstances of waste. All g that now UMsM chargei % %  sde opporl be taken if and when any public Imre Mantka i oa % %  • ; Bnantee them carefully fcfJna i""^ 'he m of knowing that other' and responsible people feel that we are not witlng the best resulta panl on i-.tnc.t-' Uon and tinHgera '•"•i that hWttathMi have been Issued to somej arspt* responsible for part] aduge the amount. It waa rather amusing to read the feeble explanaUon given over the absurdity of rcduutik' Ihs is said But n was to take place on equipment. All I v*it aay now la that there are still schools without "standard" equipment and 1 am still wondering liv what means their vote* can %  It Is my greatest regret '< have In |aoaa Mo the po stt iral and i apologise to readers foi i-ut I feat Uet the* will .o;i"' that ui this case It is necessary. I have a feeling after the hurried %  %  -. %  to the Colonial Office in London last week and the announcement that Sir Alfred Savage and Mr. i Adams will meet him for discus-1 aions that Ministerial status for memljers ot the Executive Committee is not far off. In this case there will be a Mln. Education. I am still sanguine enough to hope despite the fact that it has been said that these criticisms are utterly urduattaed, thot parents and the general public will measure up to their duty and approach the Minister wherever he may be with a view to getting some investigation started. LIVELY PATTaWWa OF iO\-.OIi;rU AMI OIMI.OTII Itnrfl orevED AT • CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. BROAD A Tt'OOK STBKETS Fur all GARDENS. XVA;\ rtiti.i i, visiii \ MAM HI A Powder applied | I and watered in H • *nli puiind. I.IOI IXI III. A liquid manure j>ul Up in I 'j Pitrt BottsM at 9S renl. Rotllr N.ix with water. Weak (1 Tcaspoonful to 1 Gallon of water! Medium (2-3 .. ..1 | -i a .. .. i > When applied bl "•* burn the foliafe. iw For use with your Cori t,nB the waste mate'. uclen into llBBOre. !• rrnU a pMnd. WILKINSON X IIAVNES <0 LT|I. Suecc C. & PITCHER & CO. I'hone 1412. HM". MI i KWI1 II I ulP! %  Barbado.t is In the unhappy ot Btading thai i tary education, the only means for thousands to know what civilisations means. Is not catering at the high standard it did In the past to our children and that at the top centtva to parents to get a %  >um win ION the classical faculty i iucalion for their childre-i at Codrlngton College: an equally and to rnise the fee* would gym brggjadp. With M throw back the hands of status for members of the Executha best tor the money the cloc*. I tried to point tive there will be some one ' ittoa, out to my friend that the approach and someone to blame • money paid in fees was only pait in place of that elusive quantity A peculiar coincidcn-e is that of what it cost the Government known as the Government. during the week I received %  per raplta to supply IbJi eductJ.E.B. YES, ITS HltllM. %  I> ls-i*rt: „ v mmul „ 1O 1)TifS minlstOTtal StatUJ is jual around mmisters will have to be paid ft dictaphone could comfortably %  responsibility than report all that was said in the they now accept under the unsulisGeneral Assembly and every pertinent foistword could be typed within one during the guvhum ,; of the Assem... .rship of s Qntttaa Hushblv '* Proceedings. A return to It means that ihc public w.'i l nr '"If custom of opening the know txacUi >,. whose should^^'iLfifllrT "JS Z u tl can SpVrt to hear "'" to toy blame or apportion "to be beiieflclal plally Hthe credit. It means that much greatcnrl "' ,en,nK hour wer .'' accom : er expedition in dealing with pubP a P lc ^ b >-. a n^'n not to extend lie business will be expected. It debates after 7 p.m. made no a rtrl U| tilief liiat :rvitable: ft^^rwltlesd ta rants ll and f '" %  > ,,I C '' M the Attornej (,,.,.,.,.,1 „ mptoyed "' pt :" B to do what UM Karbado* Government wants. MiniMeilal status, we may dejK'nd U|KI it, I* ing and %  .. %  ct to something about it belore Christmas. Meanwhile death has UtfOWn M o| aaai ttM antiquated machinery !• i. %  • t.ug debate^ of means ajiove all that the stateThe habit of late night sitting! \ : oates nents i by the Prime Minister in bj undesirable and no one has yet which oughi to bean publnr G nrl fen sntlsfactory txplai:..' lisdr.i ten e,i liom ''dciiuate and inefficient inachinlighten the task of the reporters DOtoa. \" '"' h< ffporting of its de\ }M whatever hours are worked And the most recent debate of b -' ,tc Jbe idea that the reportthc reporters must be organised oeral Assemblv thu rear 10 ; nK r llebalc > J"" something lo la h e i w twentyminute periods be published in the" OfhYi.il Gr •'""'' ; ' followed by forty-minute periods dated 27 May I52. '." m,n v PCP'c s minds. There during which they read baelt and Out of curiositv I consulted .< w a,so a *cbool of thought which dictate fieir ootM. Tha syste bound volume of th. %  ;i "ng of debates 0 f reporters Uikng long notes fc Gazette to se, what was hapo >bB1 S l " l,t jntl houra and then taking them honing with debate forty-two years ni k* intelligent the speeches;; of an ,i working on them is lK>und 10 If* meinbersof the i.enernl Assembly. Ioad lo di, ls ter and ought never difficulties Thai MH!I eorin be t„ have been permitted. |n ._ made at a tune when ministerial Trl( <,i iKo tenth tn,us if about lo be Introduced While three reporters and two dav an I aport of the fj e whorwrt adult typ,rtg or dictaphones will IMdebates In tha Assembly tan days *""' %  '* % %  il %  unmistakable sign Hinp | P f nr reporting snd setting %  fter thev had taken pU of prognsomething to thuiK „,, ,„ typoBCTipt ;t il that can he In the Ga/ttle ot 3oih October %  b V u t -, 1 .„ sidd in tha General Assembly and l52 therewss a report of what a ..*#! l _ f? r *< _.*LH*"*** gift l-rBW B lVf council wsefcTy would be necessary for the lw %  pwlni ol II"Ammblj II U pr..ple are only to nwrclij %  Mr. G. Ii Bvi: latiVf Council 6 1951. Sajd Mr Evelyn: When I was Speaker <>i Ihc other Place what they branches of the Legislat rsr< % %  rj. Othtrv. I %  there will be overlapping and Adult suffrage can only benefit cOQfU Do nwnun lty if the people tasic Prov|Sa of first rate reporti representatives to like in thi A ii 'Vi'" o. !" .l','t"r.^e * Brent a ln,cr *' 1 in whal thrir nnri good typisU must Importers oMhe How^ahoiaVdjcosae c)p ,. UH r(1()r ^ on allv ,. „ ffi „ ^ bj ,^ appolBtnirri the represenUitive is at all times Editor who will be responsible for t says today secln| ^ lnat „,!„ re ( ,ijeyed an.. I ' lh ;;" %  ';> ,' I'~ ,",.!> of ihliouVo. AS. !" a proper llansaui U Sjl ', w blv lo be run off on ;, dupllc.ruu With M.n,erial S1.1 ?;;"".: i ,"" K SiebCnd l" .v.l.-ble Z tt. corner It ought ,o I fiLS ,"„„ rmimbv %  1M to morning alter member, hav. The pre~.nl system of reporting M":1 The remainder of the .poton' Only three reporter, .re debates could be pu, right befor. debates • >rt necessary foi this purpow. But the Mouse re.opens on Tuesday they should be chosen with care the IBth Will it" I WOIKICI Our IIVaiders SaTt Wouldn't it be nice to see a Th. very much abovi live UP and coming Colonial the control prices of 38<\ .and Cor-pany. say • in Me. hut. If anyone on this Island and do the Job that the pragent Should attempt to sell steak from *1 up has not (lone" a well-raised local steer at above an't I? J5e. he would be liable to tn patiently. prosecution. WATT SPARKS Wi pries rn both rich and Fn/vrior .Wnit rentsBg the butcher %  from dividing his carcasses ecoSIR.—We are not Una choice ftaZ read that Mr. Den Springer does ruts at a pTOmiUTP that ill ..I! not find Imported meat inferior; turn to reduce (even below conj ... rytaJng Is rtiativs trol : to their part of the I sii r Obviously meat must be mijn d cheap I i ported ind. in fact, both inferior Yours faithful!v. that case we've bought It!! I and first class meat are imported. DAVID B. OLTCALT. 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SUNDAY, DEC EMBER i ...SUNDAY AilMK \ll I'W.f SKVEN %  •ona or.larih-d to a %  and tia* much to MU about I raid part I not maca unlifcr m. %  %  %  •f a rock, in the house of thi k. A house 111 enough fur though ha wai the Cfc mander uf the I Inwas more %  Mulatto of his own setting. I irv nr glut's %  %  'ttough to be wise, but certainly of no g:pat U-armng. (Or about 'be differe n ce! %  %  MOdlfbrd wrote him .1 Mi. | m Latin wfa answer, bul fell short, substance and language: and though hi* quarrel be rcvciujed lunuelr on Priscian.. whose head be broke %  The flrst time we saw him was at his own house b> to which it was almost inaccessible until sJWl rltmbed with infinite dLBBcultJ And. in.-' 1 ; %  ..itful and %  ml.nt wM our motion omr leg* lindlng tinm n ••! < 1<" n.uch mop in of distortion) thitt we were almost scalded within, and the torrid heat of the sun. being then our ,-rnith. did --. MUd OUT -kins that (Man t<> b.* frleased for the Padnthan to eat any dinner ourselves. We ani\ed at his exalted mansion painfully and piping hot. We found none to entertain us but Bernardowhose counlenance was not so well recoii-Ml'd to himself as to give us | he.rty H tOH us that the out about some I Baa island, but would return in time for dinner, Bo, while we were there I ,v rrtvaL we decided not to bo idle; for the "tiuctiire Of that Fabruk aid not minister to our eye) much delight. Only that it had a fair prospect of sea. So fee walked along upon that round hill rnqui %  could.of m n informed that id been futmi-il.. vei ;> stately town there. This town conn-ted of beautiful bull .: hred as to make the bast roapect, but It had %  1 i'. %  Queen KUzabota ud UM King of Spain. This made us give %  place for some of our countrymen hod sacrificed their lives there for lh^ i Nation. About the hour that our •nom.niis toll) u* n am full time to pay Nature her due. we looked ..1 a good lisUnice. 11 horse coming towards on his bock, as as his heels could car I .Within a little time, it made %  lop at the Padre's house, from whose back (token by two negroes) a great fat man was set on the ground with %  town on so black no, ret i Full out as black as tho Knight of the Sun. U 1 Mfe of nil %  -' pin you might have pricked them out in %  r hi %  nock upon his alighting we pre.elved him very 1 niopn—d. for the pore ,it which he was riding manner of n ling, as we undorgtOOd from biter enquiry. What's more, ho seldom rode at all. but his business having held him over long, caused h'm to take I h *m, ft* he intended to toot. mot:nted (and he Is none of the be?.! Hw semen) was A TRIIL 81 EXACT HISTORY Of the Illand of BARBADOES. THE MA\ WHO SURVIVED By RICHARD LICON, Gem. ll ect to the Will of his horse, which being a Barb and fl of foot, coming towards the place where )„• Sfi s kept, ran \ lolence. It is wonder %  ibui dan n .11 not 1 .1 N ba UM the horse had a bit in his mouUi and the stirrups were extremely short, as was the manner in which they rode. If he enacked hint bridle, as he would have been otliged, he would have undoubtedly laid him on the ground. Hut the rider thought of nothUatn holding fast by the srltta b.-th hands and |. I \, I In Um great discomposure, ho • %  %  %  and set on his own legs. But he was in such a trance for some .:..' %  : % %  I tion to speak to us; so sensible %  talon had in. falling made him. But having DOOM lo himself at last, he addressed us and in his language bid us welcome, beginning to apologise for his long delay during which he had put himself in such a hazard as in his whole life he had not known the like. We answered that il orfued a l-ect und civility lo us th.it he would expose his gravity whioh was accustomed lo a n >derate pace, lo such a swift* neaa of motion, as might in any kind endanger his health or hazard his person. But he being a man of few words, said no more. He brougat us into his house which was upon '. i.te entrance, bul Hie kto of the rooms was on ta sleep precipice, while some Ol the rooms were like galleries such as are in the meanest Inns upon London-way. There were not IL four rooms in the, I and a kitchen and those were all on one floor. The floor, was earth noi so much as made level, even as to deserve iwoeputg ami most of them ware justly dealt with nil. For. they had no more than they deserved, both above and below. The cobwe loll and Uie frying pans LIUI grid irons as pictures. By this equipage, you may %  ..1 the trading u-land, wlien the Governor is thus aMOutred. By and by, a (.'loth was laid of calico with foui napkin* of th -same material, to %  ". %  H doaga men The first course was set on the table, ushered In by the Padre n lmtel 1 (Bernardo, lite Mulatto und Neg oes following after) with every one a dish of fruit. The first vas Melons. Pla nt a in tunea, the fourth Guavas, the tilth of Prickled Paul and the sixth Custard Apple. But to fill up the table and make the feast yei more sumptous. the Padre sent his %  into his own Chamber 1 which he reaa UM ,; M '•' %  all I ,1 dish which were the •fl and far beyond the beat fruit grown in England, as the beyood the worst slow or crab. II .ving well refreshed ourselves will these excellent fruits, we drank a glass or two Of Red Sack, a kind of wine growing n the Madeiras. ver> strong but not very p!easant Tor in this Island, no wine Is made at all. neither are grapes grown so near the Line upon islands m all the world. Having made an end of our f uit, the dishes weie taken away and another course fetched in which wai of flesh, nsh and salads, the salads were placed upon the table tiist. 1 took iel!n| Ml Ni-vcltits to me, but the best an.t moat *vourj herbs that I ever listed, very well seasoned with salt, oil and the best vinegar. Several son but not mixed, but n, olshes. all strange and a* The Aral dash of flesh was a leg of young stuik, or a wild calf: • old, which was the colour of stags fie*.-, and tasted Verj much like it too. It was lull of nerves and sinews, strong meat and very e/eJl cond it ioned. boiled tende. with s nice of savoury herbs and Spams;. Turkeys and hens we had roasted; a glgg't of young goat; fish in abundance of several kinds, whose iifimes I have forgotten. Snappers, grey and red; CavaUoe, Carnkmi etc.. with others of rare colours ani shapes, too many to be mentioned. We were very much delighted with all tbeat UunfP we tasted. Dinner being nearly half dime lie, Bernardo and tho •Xncr black attendants waiting on us) in comes an old fellow. whose complexion was raised out ol BO Bed Sack; for near that colour it was. His head and beard wire milk white, his countenance bold and cheerful, and with a lute in oil o-nd. played us a Novelty The 'Paffamc fares galiard", a tune in great esteem in the days oi Harry tne fourth. For when Sir Jonn Fabtaff makes his • Mistress Doll Tearaneet, Company, the admired (Idlers of that ago play Hug tune. Tub. put a thought in my head, that if tune and tune be the ui 1* -s.it. of music, what a long time this tune had in sailing from England to this t UhC. But we being sufficiently satisfied with thi.-: kind of harmony, desired a song, wkftob) bt performed in an antique man1., r Both favouring antiquity. no graces. double reUahee, trillos, Gropos or Piano lurUs. but plain as a puclodaiT. His lute too was bul DJ <" strings and that was tne laabion 01 KJag David's daya 80 that the rarity of this antique ptBeg pleas _'d me beyond measure. Having imisned dinner, the %  U near weary of his waiting, we rose, and made room for better company. For now. UM Padre and his black DUfftraai were to take their turns. A negro of the greatest beauty and aether that I ever saw in one woman. Her featuies large and excellently shaped, well favoured, full-eyed, and admirably graced. She wore on her head a roU of green Taffeta stripad with white and Philiamort. made up in the manner of a tur. ban and over that a slight ve 1 which she took of? at pleasure On her body next to her linen. I a pettlroat of orange tawny and sky colour, not done f> On page fl. At midnight on March 1st 1M2. Hal —eeeam sank %  before, thi* email Dutch frvgrnai 1 had left thtf port Of Pad Sumatra, carrying more than 5* evacuees, most of tham Bnti'.; .'. . hit her. the Raeacbeatn i way to Ceylon and safety, Asleep on the deck of the 1 kaaaebaeaa on that fateful night j was a be leo* kd W.lte> Gibson, who was the onrj white l man to survive, and A ho has [lived to write The BMI \ publuhed by W. II. Allen .it five : smihngs. When Ihe shi,> „v hit all v[cept one lifeboat a destroNetl ; Eventually this boat, which eras I built to hold 28 people, was t'.lleit I with 80 survivor*, and another M were clinging to the ttfellnes (on the sides. A Gibson was one of Ih< M to ^et intL. Ihe Loai I He was allowed in. bee... \u IVN GALE %  10 on the boat The ralff DM I M T h • toard the boat W 1 it was t h 1 %  falrhaired Dutchmen -.. -. Burst %  %  %  rk at iwglit. Th 7 hat th" tor could la-1 longe: • 1 drink U %  og their thraai 1 with a bully-bwf tin. I that thi kill oil else, so that UV in equal stead Tit, %  Ihlg H the most reason of all—I was determined Suktde I'rge Me ii.u. one day. sui 1 and jump overbsaptng the ii..: I he struck out for the surface when he Ml last thei> %  1 m •• % %  one s..nnh 1 "oris Lim and Gibson Then a horrible piece ot L-utchciy took a] %  gunner on th^I. id with the rowlocks ami lo cut hun up with a tut. iaa w plunged his hand' like someone 1 .1 handbag, and pullcu thing dripping .1 tie dug his teeth like I %  ) ;, bone. The # On page 9. low II l|'|l> >|r111 ill, GIVE A CAMERA >•. iu\ —and 1.1 t A ..-. in re suffufing from a broken collai bone. When day broke they took stock of their supplies of I drink. There was one cage of bully beef, two 7 lb. tins .f tried %  plead tu<*. 48 tins of condensed milk and six Bols-gm bottles of water. This meant that the ration of liquid was a lab I ful of water each at sun a spoonful of milk an.) night. A tin of bully beef w.< shared between twelve pe 'pie As can be imagined. COndltlO 11 on the boat were let rlbli '•' %  standing so clnse I I "that Tor night after mgi t thai followed no man could 1 to sleep. He must du/c upright, leaning on Iht %  %  of ins opposi 1 Dumber." There were three W< men on board, Mrs. Nunn. who "Florence Nightingale of Ul boat, was the wife of Mr. It I, Nunn Director of Worl.s in Malaya, who had M-rved as a civil engineer in Trinidad. Nafartl British Guiana. He with the Kaoaeboean ifb mg his wiTe through the Porthole The other two women wen Dutch officer's wife and a gUrfl, pretty Chinese gnl called Dorr Llm, who had worked il one in-i % %  for British Intelligence. All the linini I 1 MI .lung .it them %  %  a/ from 1 I %  ) eliowned 1 %  I %  %  ad -von away Into UM Bight, Why did G rive? 1 ... 1 % % %  II yea 1 lougtx 11-1 to the climatic co %  %  1. Acworth laid rm 1 0,11-1 not do 1 pel %  %  %  %  %  nd giving orders, and 1 i %  i 4 lloi I,in iii 1 ll:..' it %  l p. l-uefcel—trum RUN i.. .. .< %  j < \ Mi l( \s h> -hoiitk %  ah] Hrownlr .w Hruwuie —a;u— Model "t MUM Hrownie—gJ0_ Model t: wiUi built In (lose up Irm,. I tlter A I i ,.h ronUcU tM\y si3.ee Kmlak Duallrx with huill In Flash contact 834.00 Brownie Hrllrx .. $17.00 r'ohiins Brounk—tt'O tUM Paid ins Brow nle—6S0 135 00 I ulilini: K.Mt*k—fi!K— fj S.VVOO & SK5 00 l.rKMW rOIJllMi I A.MIKAS KM i 11 leiu. iibjoo a i.l IUI tN Bll\ I \MI K \t ae a. sio ot tia eo ] •PHh t'aaa. AMIKAH • %  "VflUil LANIIER I' tk..." 3 | Lrm. With C |H I'rrke..4 5 t*n With I is, "B-* 11" % S Lean hiitu in Kinie r iiile %  A I iv, "Bagaa I" M l-ens \Vllh ll.r g % He H" "MM F M l^nn with Daee •vco HIMIDI ri a l.rn. huill III Kanie II id at < I ..r -i-_. r* om |q%.oa to 2I0 0t. Msn WrsSin FxiHwure Mctrr^ '. n> Ml I M"Ulr Mftff* u.on C'ae naah (Huflls it** IIM iiThelo Album. \n r e nw ra Qlllf Film. ?e ltd i rtehreeae loWM xX I dm. i \U siff n laehram* W M FUm Kadaeareeaa ^* nm AN'I> KodA MM Moth-" I'o .,„, uanre OmilHl ' ,h K*da a MM PreJiaieir |„..,„r|. d m ailed *"•! n laraad at IlltUl WEATIIFMLMI II. ,,l ol trend Street R-iiits CIIKCK NYLON in self colour* of pink, blue and while. 116" wide —per yard ^tC,*fJ EMKMftnal NYLON in Na\y. Red and Ughl pink. 16" $ 3.82 PUNTED NYLON KIIKKR in white ground with red lluuers anil orchid uruund with -;olil flowers. 46" wide $3.25 (Wl SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. tO, 11, 1? & 13, Broad Strtfol PLAIN NYLON SIIKF.R in black only. 46" wide $ 2.o3 PRINTLI) NYLONS in white uitli on hid dots. white with pfaM dots, white with navy and orchid wilh yreen dot*. 46 inches wide per yard. $3.25 HARRISON'S Broad St. Tels 3142 & 2364 \\l. SI'Kl'IAI.Isi; IN GLASSWARE AND I \IIRV A COMPI.KTK ASSIIKT.MI NT OT KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES (I.l Ml l-Dl.lslll II II Mill.IKS—C.T. III I PINT BOWU i AKI: PLATES COASTKRS ( RI \M Jl (.S sill Kill TS \ IPPIES si (.All BASINS SWEET DISHES WATKS BOTTLES JARS— '.. AMD 1 OALL—WITH HETAL BCBEW-ON COVES And l.oK nl Olli.'r I'si-fnl HI-IIIN.— Pluin npil Di-roralpil In Fill,Snli
  • Pall Our Sltxks ulso imiiinY n i omprrh.'iisivp AsM.rliiH-nl of "PYRKX tad • I'HOINIX' HEAT-PBOOP OVEN QLASSWABE CUSTABD CUPS CASSEROLES, Plf: PLATES, SOUP PLATES, LTII.II V DISHES Etc. This is a Bll-> PrriiMl l'iirlirulur> Ijir llnusrv, i\rs— TIHTI' in su much I" In* (luiir. FiirlhrnMr. wilh all tinextra Srascnal Enptnuv il is \'ilall> Ni'ii-ssury In Iti,s !' %  IhiRsl AiU.uilauc —May \VTaWnfonj Blt1ll.ll Il lhal VOI' WILL SAVI51111 II TIMB AMI MOXIIY 111 Slll"'l\.. VI HARRISON'S Broad St. D i Ittvout wM htilx. I>ui .t i, i. I • ft l' 1 %  0 AND B < 22 > BOMBAT know ill.li**r Iht HHSH l.rti BM krpl hu,v •endr Lea ft Pemnti Saucr lo rwi ih, JMHHMI avseasat who -t HHKS When om %  •-, lor l*s A r.fun%  1 >h>cm I LEA&PERRINS %  // %  f fft'f /f/ttt/ ft////y* //////tr WORCESTERSHIRE SAUCE STOP COLDS i > with Phensic PHENSIC Bablcn ckai the head nd di>| %  ml pain behind ihr C\CN 1 li,-% bring down hafj rrlicvc Muify, CTffcfaaMd feeUoaa, .it the lame lime nod nerve* and counteracting depression. The J* bca end i el disappear in no time. PllhNSK rabtefJ M Gfukkly and salclr. They neither harm ihe heart nor unei the teMMCit Keep ,upply ol I'HKNSIC Ubleis by )-ou always. Ph enstc ~ TWO TABLETS KIIIM. QUICK RELIEF „ FnOM RHEUMATIC PAINS, LUMBAGO, NERVE PAINS, I HIAfMCII•;. NEURALOIA, INFLUENZA, COLDS & CflllS J jusi iiirr lb C IT IIH\IM II I'M L — PT bo HB8 rCCItfl XMAH PI'DOINOS — t Dat. MOM*. M M \KONI — 9 o 8. 0kI. HUM.. slM.III Ml It .w. akt. Ill>M(. M It MM I 1.1.1 S oi. pkl. IS^I \M I'lisl I M (M-r |4P IMI'I III \t RRI HI I HI I I P'-r I lb tin PANf'1 W ROIIM t . l"Hiis ;i. 3 ti Mm UM w • %  i \y\ IT : lb. *in KlHI II \i H l M |r I lb lln KIM! u RK 'i '*d i> r III 1 him s|\u : VKOI M IRMAI \ii I i ii> MI l f r • in'MI -t > I II *M — l>h ill NTS( mi.I iACCC — per b..ui> COCKADE FINE RUM STANSFELD. SCOTT & CO.. LTD. U sxoo I.IS 133 ia-. m Ul



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    si \IIIV I>II i Mi.i i: slAllW WlMH VII I'M.I MM THE FACE PRINCESS MARGARET A SKED ABOUT DRISILLA %  %  % %  %  %  % %  % %  % %  %  %  i AND MM Reporting History Of Barbados ( YYlan CLbout Jown iik Ttlfc I ^ Ai • from l*a-r strasss : %  nhbun. %  %  td to hut: %  %  me under %  I %  n me. bul ".i ol my now one lir olT m my UMM lac ft an I ha,: %  ooflrm a %  \ kentletnan that What a be. face." said • %  Man %  the girl %  p ho togt i brushed by The 1 spotted I',lac %  t the bin dr<^* parade of Uu week, wht-n the clothe* of the Top Eleven rte| signers w e r. shown to t h Royal Family. Tllf: FACE | t i 21 tad bai ie as mut-h j face could t north tlupath ~Ua Juin f Clarke It has 1 earned her a livttng smcr a pio lure of It woi lint place m in cpen-alr baautj competition. Tfu prlic was a fortnight's holiday at C lacton with ten pounds puckei money. THE FACE WAS ON* ITS WAY. The face went after a job a* a model, showing off cheap coats la a London dres* manufacturer %  salon. It got the job at L' a week. 1HE FACE ll \l> GOT A BREAK The top model BSjsni i face on its books • ind had the frame of long black eui off, A photographer liked the lcok of the facin huge chocor*'' to be splashed all THE FACE WAS >1 \KIM. liOlM The face had got art) I —a chance to show off to the people who can make a success. Since then It has arrived bang in the front of the fash* TI world. Photographer* snap it on an average 300 limes a week. The face ha.i' %  • rovers of the glossy in.ii:... weekly picture papers, and from page SIUT page in WOBBStl'1 "magazines. THE FACE IS I P TO ITS EVES IN -I < ( f" d last week it mi grade indeed It was in midst of some ol Is in town—nt tluin ltd faahioa •< % %  •• on for the Roynl Family. And what Mai talking? The face—-What I face! said the l': girl in the photograph brushed by. %  %  %  richest i largest and most ever aem Seeing all th< ..HI ^ her only at past yet *, ,, I:I ,. lic.iKi h, i [-. <, I was %  %  a pre enl of I to wait%  *Mad actly white and clean as 1 hope hex they went. Foi it Is tl i while teeth, hut that %  : M another with the "I'm going baik to When I went %  to • %  bai k, but IAM %  ,,. . %  i nt) %  hallo'' from thi and e %  .r %  I I I %  that the atti Ddantl %  Bui ntidinc th wee bai tiiri therefore Ie i made mj i l • i ..i %  me uinss : Engiand I %  (hi b. of %  Queens of %  mil when hem the colours A CUM MAI i, II i UD lo HEADERS DUSB81 IIK I <*>K I MA Ar.l> *\ I !Mt FORT) NR WlPK WORLD i ai %  at YOUR ROBr ... p in this practical form and purchase your I the Januarj i %ROI MI e i.aissi, B \ LAD1 IN BLACK, t m lu-aiiy pria i evening > TINA LTD iuf>. ph 44l Silk I Crepe-de-Chln* and Cotl designs • %  i matching heatlKitiarrs and hands n Dtful salon iv ., jng NYLON sun's ft PAN KS among .. ho-t Christm* Till MM lOl HW\\K M !1!| CO-OP1 __ yuu muat nurry %  1 mall .ind large toy* AND mi ncoi with miniature traai lot i %  grren and frosted to HI %  t de rattlv fU ee coloured Bolls. d Klrammg Spires and Wrapi %  Pap) i and String. ..nd (lift Tagi — a |>Ia*] Kl %  H AI'FJC II %  %  • %  %  V %  % %  %  I 0 iMSJUtlflll I v MARASCHINO Perfume \ TO Xmas Candles, Crachei XN I NTUI I \ Mrt \M\s iiFT — on Bale st Use K it KAYME1 'A FOR A I I Urlllls .t U let Boxi \ I %  %  %  %  ed lusti %  A trul lift I ireame.i „f a ttuU aomfortablr ttrapknti />•#•**##** e#f" n to put her gravity t that ] %  en showed \>'i | .iv'ii ..,.. irfj ;Ml urh "• %  whttaa of e or There I i ho l.-.k Ll| "Ut Of |b curtain ralli '*'' >hcm up and gave me good (or a look that %  '• whataand I when the Uv rind her I oOi n soj nt %  Millar, the QaW \, .. %  %  %  tip ior aucui -I %  • I "'' which was throw dom run lo three eat..lories, from ihe Padn-'s. Other nddrewC' What inky peeled to NO Th I %  ng around In hu %  "*• dta mon d I tter fiom a lUlfqu his bat Orders ol st %  i And aa in %  | mee ol growing up, ramembet triond %  Just WUttam I srahalton. To his treasures I I nent meant ui a In traced gold rar. ll r<>i luiii" of the ph 'havt 'Tm going t.. 11 . Q rlpuon." dunntr All I i" all ol boots. Jttll-sfr II *>l *l: Ithout the ttwg an %  %  Uu .I wive \.< i te >K%  % % % %  t • Man wiu) Sun m'il III -II VI I i, \\ I Ml -n U III HI VI K HE QOBSJ BlmOBl ind if you give him DM of the highly original MUSICAL BUD MUQS -t. plctlna seem • oi Olde i 18 BAYLBY*S I iMton Lane. Huh with a are featuring fine (' JEWELRY and foi the TOBY JUCiS All pur. ha.-.s ...n inKift wrapped mas Day. i.om. Bayley'i pu it on your Xmas list. "THE RESCIT QV Cl .usi ATTENTION TO OENION' 1 — %  furlhei -hipment -f MASSEY IIAUUIS 42-h.p., O-cylii.i" engine THAi rORB i e seen st i v G Ml \'.t \M i K MM its Amply backed by spare parti and • in i rate trvl lUon, the %  thn ughout "" AIHIUI now, in'in.: the end ol the I time I* and i Ti ONI HI no rowN*g Mon M IR VCIIVE ORI tiflIMN 'In l H I It I EMtni LINO "HU I \\| \| \l l> NOW HI \ i FINISH| n V<)\ INI. AND Wl HI KEEPINI. ON INHOIIINI. ; y \ '.:', Januai r'&S %  i g*ou sr*s I I *"K Lowi I liroad St and i quipped to rope a in thi i %  I name d III. i >IIINi. \NH BROOMINO \NH I.HOIIMIM; FOR MIKI-I,MAS is th< noa \ PLAN haea a well si i. I'" help viii %  . i •. i | ANIi PAN8 CROCKERY IND OLASSWAJ i ing in th, right direct a Xmu stocJ mi navei %  failing annual hon pay to let r rai i DMI MM i LEU 11 IH • •an i | WOLSELE^ H P I'Olt'l I;D\ AL GARAOI I i D . %  %  : STATION WA(i(N, th, kind from this msnufsi It IR U i i'lillt foi Iftaaaaatoweai ai lievablr saaHeriag, Manlen form's IBSBOM Maidenette" Striijil.--' IK-.. you au|H-rlilv with de sorts ami fealli. r h-hl boOUSJ, In your hvatWi fahrb Oaouiaa Mai.lrni.ii i: | ereoarsinailroiil\ In thai nitrj tUtoSol Am. na Thar* u a ma/Wtn/vrm \ far evei) tvpa ol figure, i i i,.ii UU men dully, th I orei of an %  %  Oni] f"in AO ol the • ha ving d 'ti, i Ighl Mi" I il %  %  1. KLIMii per*, tola -It* 2. KLIMk.. P .Iihoal rafrl 9 ralla Far ih*' uu in* tutu tlriinLii ... A gadget to increase the comfort of the armchair drlnki I U traylet to put the drink down on It clips securely on to Ua a soft chair and Is big cm ugh to take a plate. Washable. i white end all colours, price 12i. fid. A oood idea iiitutths wmtm r on DOTX"Fole firan ihould !-• i nhaUs or slice*, and the spocn or Duld be dipped In hot rat before serving each portion. %  the beginthe ti ilaia, Lnated, is sble to savour the lull dehci'.'e flavour to the full. i ut guo "I'm my birth lay %  Bald Ind, "on know. 1 got a tourist 1 __. . man n '"' 1 i lie sea si HUM quolitii is olwaus uniform t JMP —ill. I—IL.,.1 %  %  MS Itoj %  laliSR %  .!.. futicura VSOAP rath andrverr (in o| nou ,hrn Kl IM rhu f.Himl oolf i Kl iMi isalsaraHi ..,-//. I,„, null ol m^. Mill pi *eek Talking Point The best .(for those who like tlM turned up in %  new I Bate d> fo*r grasv—and how to eat hei lo her girl friends. j. li.ii,.moi Franklin. To fin .it. Be codi-uude... laditkM.-uuAe-.. ieww-dk.. For high fashion clothes on aamaII buflcet. smart women everywhere make their own rlresnea with "Tex-mode" Fabrics Thy know it's a pleasure to sew with thee? easy-to-h.iridle, tub-faat coltoiw. Illustrated is the Victoria Patttrn, i bright cotton print that will go ".<:. where with you. Like all 'Tax-made" fab4. KLIMii sasaajsaj far 9riaq (hiUr* 5. KLIMS0 SSBJrUkSMal *• caekae *lsh M 4. KLIMi. raaaaasaasM tm I-I— i <... 7. KLIMu %  •• ia w iaiaiir--ka tis 8. KLIMu p><,4.<. asdar itrkttMl caatral toooaf'^v, I il". ill ill in \( h >i M n roi ol n i III i i n S in M M \ IIIM i WFLCOMI lurPiNBita I K\s || \/| |. S| | IRVS I'M'I'lli'lIM II XI ItV Use % \HIH I t N gBTg 4711 ftll.iii.M -l I 9 \M \-I \Kll-. • -Ml M.ti. uih.r \M \ QDJ !-> ('. CAKI.I0N IMWNI \M -I %  yiur cuarantaeof high the faMhiotmhlr ii/nnmt MM Off 1'7 A y V I t mi Inn Htocking* MADE ood roundalion \ clever fardli faundst rvcnl -,y. %  YARDLEY Foundation Cream lllllt %  LONDUN



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    PACE FK.IIT si \IM\ VI.\ .. Ml. %  >! Ntl.W. I1WK.MBIK PYRAMID HANDKERC1 11121 S In R kltt and colour* for men and u-ome'n A TOOTAI PRODUCT ^ & \,ute>yourself I ften AD DO YOU KNOW I I —whir fo-Kipji,.aftar troubles you w h-'n own •> 'mhom*? The I T.i your routine and th< gwvernin.* tUgaatlOfi elin.iti • favour.. dirt. IB —I UflMi mate TBuMhfwnik | your %  Orgl": natlpAtionaetsin Always pack a tin r.f Andrews Liver Bftll you travel. *>parkii;i. %  veecent An-1" ant to take, gentle in action help* ynu keep regular under ch conditions Andrews Inner Cleanliness Ladies. OH May Smoke—If And Hill I.nrT B>sic halr-tyl* for th* Oeronatlon hair Is uie back. RIOH1 A variation on the baale style hair I* th* back of th* haad la trimmed wish opt back from th forafasad. and dressed fringe and Ui % % %  .< hi|b at IT*ct at Make Your Hair-stvie "A Halo ••• with Ooddards Llouid %  %  %  B=i silver Polish It %  the ••alien (leaner there la: Just raa't aerate* Uio deUoau lurlaoa of your pre clrsssallver.likssoina harsh Doliabaado Tnuchar than the tarnish -bleb It whip* ofl so aaallr) v tajfj >ftar than all var —tbat' Ooddarda JMMHl aJmaM g#>4 (imlelcinl'; l.iyCIl) H1LVKR VI F atjoywe VITAL CLOW OF HEALTH *, "•MORSES *— PILLS By nnROTfTY i: \t'Kl l \ I ij fc LONDON. Il hat arrived already—trie wty we are lo wear our hair In Coronation Yea*. In a "cavalcade" of styles. Riche-London Jaatl Who will be responsible I lug the hair of many of the la-die* Inside Westminster Abbey— showed a theme hairstyle for the Coronation with 20 variations. (After all, he insisted with good business sense, what is the point of showing just one fashion* One would not suit everyone.) Basically, the theme is a short Ml The hair .* flat on the crown if -'if i.eud At the back it it trtmsned to a length of roughl* four irtrbea and curled upwards rilon At tnre an unusual magpie" drees. This had a white satin front, black *atln bark, and i V-ne I lomn... U,.fii, IV M. Mado br Ihe | | asabm si II, % %  ,. lad.,.., j "l. INGLAND S.P.+C.A. %  %  1 inai the r.eishbeuthood H i QUSuBbed Sausages With \pple Juice 2 per per&on. %  Tamaiu sauco 1 oi : spoon tui< Cooked beans or green pea.*. %  spar. IT) ttW MUaafas nnd when cooked i %  In the fat left civet nfiei I'. %  |.| oT lard oi live oil nan the two I -.-'..i •*uce. peas which yau have already % %  %  i I %  %  .autagee again and let them boil with the bc.ms for a few seemly %  tire middle of the doJi, ihe sausages on top. Sn II -.ares With Bean* Or Green Peas A Itotl Ihe | .l.'o-. applai with sratar and a tiny i> t of lugan P-ei them first of course and ir; pieces throwing away the stones When ready rdeffa iheot. If IM puree is too thick yo^i eg bii of water. Let il boil ., i .vith .i i::_ I rm ikin (be r ireful thai there is not white peel Oil the I IM skin or the add a lew drop* of June IUICI %  -Tri serve hot the puree th* o*M >nd the i It. Sausuues \\ illi Rununa Puree With the i %  feel the %  nd COoft them v ith a unj butter until you h:>ve a golden (iiree it will look RM jam. Fry the UU^I-I or pork chop* and put the puree In the middle of the dish giving it th. hape of a mountain Pi chops or sau*>:ii;> • nrotmd it ami serA-e hot. By JOANNA PACE I CAN Imagine the thoughts of the American soldier who iot into my railway carriage the other day. Whenever he tried to om-ersation. nobody said morn than "Really?" He offered his cigarettes lound: nobody %  smoked. He took some convincing ; that the mixed bag of passengers were nut unfriendly: it's Just thai the English travel in silence 1 DON'T know which hi the more embarrassing. Dining with a man who knows nothing about food, and is bullied by the waiter; or with one who knows too much, and bullies everyone in aighi. I WONDCR why it should take ten days to get a minor repair done to the strap fitting of a wrist-watch? And Why so few :hese days follow the ton of lending you a B*atch until your own is returned'' 1 THINK mot.people than ever arc planning an hotel Christmas this year Friends have %  ttj Ing to book. Th. : very little left under sky's-thc.imii prices. 1 SAY lf| time many of tho London restaurants revised their wine lists. Theie's no Justification tor charting 25s. for a bottle you can buy at a good wine merchants for half a guinea. I WOULD never have thought of it . but my husband, out i'f cigarettes late at night, phoned %  .ink. Cigarette* were delivered—and this message: "Wa t (.ills for all 'orts of thingsbread, milk, flowers—and deliver them to people at all hours." I NOTICED one of the £8 8s %  tore copies of the Queen's Royal nia s ,,u gown. The placard *aid" r Je'*er dressed depr. . 1 WONDER why a 10s. note stay* in the purse so much longer 1 than UK worth of silver? -LES By %  aXTU (.ot OB %  bevoaac %  ladylike II not s., much I matte, of 1 •. ag of Who. when it oaflM t<> the people who derided. r cigarette he's I*. by two members of LM Royal rViul'. The fJuchaw Princess Margaret were lured smoking in sen>iehc Duchea* at spot and the Princess at a F-ns night-club rttrn DK turn %  rrreed of aSa Duchess gmoking on an informal visit to Ptnewood Studios and .•! a formal reception in M..i The Princess smoked in ttht Royal Box at AjCOt Now. during the last two weeks. I.ictur. s have iown the Duchess smoking In Malaya and the Royal Variety Perform.n,.iHOW I i BBTI worried about convee you, for example. smok and trains" Convi i bus; VII PERHAPS in a tram. Do you sinokiout of doors? 1 Convention laid NQ street; YES on the aadl PaWIHAP3 ut a race meeting Do you smoke at public assemI bliea? Convention said NO at a 'reception; YES at a d.< HAPS at a public meeting. I Convention has never been very consistent. It yields now to a roynl behest. But with a yielding comes a qualification Trk be In a long cigarette h> in a GLOVED hand. PURPLE PASSAGE A DA fl |N LONDON fjautt, 1V53) STARTS A CRAZE IN PARIS ( VeaasWaW, l't~>2) trom IRINI RICHARD PARIS, Fridor r-oi.M .i aliMdr intpioat —s diti.mske., MNIIHUfohYchMt o-. (|| „| p .„„, ost. (hoy utin modth .S.th -ould not be QUI ot plate ia lh *•**.—.t thr< bad rf. Ha %  *m >ith insa tU lOdftl to >r f 4 *a<^. ccessory Jtr *>f £t*r C4%At£t$H
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      PAGE TEN CLASSIFIED ADS. —**n*mSl'NDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, l)E EMBEB 7. 1932 TEILPHONI 2S0i THANKS HIH Vll.K • awaits I HOOUITM I". -aUC-MC Al'TOMOTIVK !4 %  urn Bri-i^-r ret .rn Urn k. • WBY *!>'*•'. *-l I %  gnrd <**•*; *W |V • *'%  I .->. ... H % %  in. oca. '•:fn*d i i •ho -IU m ..i ... v i I I VIW\ I ** %  I .era* Btlt%  1 >u, u ,., D—I '!*> *1rr*t. an 1) U-4n %  itriCe*n Blrrec HI Michael *IBI Then*. Data <*<•' %  IN MLMOKIAM I OBOE In beloved %  %  MMM %  ;ng meirun, I BM lie. Mrs. Julia Fn..' hie OK Tth (Mi May „l: i BOM MT> Jnh. Mi*. Riehard Bewlt. Ml. Uwm r.Hn. Mr. John Smith 'USA.IZrffie Faede. Mr Gerald lurde, i NMl rixde. Mr Taeren.. I -rd* rtorr. In kiv.ng IWIoven Fath*r Died Dreemhai Thh d\ in' ivMI Snathe* H.. rat. Mh ,HNd inamonr. iM s? ;. HIT MAN "TATIO I as ... I V M N Ol .. %  AIM n MM i ilMJ-ANi I IS IB I n IMUKIHI %  nir nrt>t... c PT Of i •i Manuf.rlur. Dial Ml* CROB i Year. %  l.sUHANIl UMM A ,1 I 1 IIIIK.I if M.n.s j,„rt'mi %  ..,. *..r.r M Q ai.tity r ..IK H • i loving children. Iha Nn**a SamUs A f •" B dlvm*. Khali giM rait %  M M i%  >-"** %  "•""'• Mayi.*rd iwllec niem and Tievwr .children' ..,.-...te ni M/asTBRN hi loving memory * our dr.. b*m..d nolMf Unan *rl*>n. .ho fell *ile*p In Inirf neermbar Mr. H*i Pvef la ba rememherd h> Seymour. Aft^ (Children!. JaUan. Davids Lionel. OWT.IM B. -"•;", ** ,r 1 "Nrand ch.ldren I? M 1* I Oil HI-V I UOUSKS FURNITURE CHAIRS UBS %  • iehngany (IS up. Roe**.. (M *..... |M each .1 jo.ti.-i> siv.|.. %  as? llod • I! CABINET — it.-e with MM de-board, alt In* MM : (— %  birr rhnln win N "v .nd a .null In...... %  .Hrm I... nrd ..t phnnr OB-O CM !-• 1 %  !' t Depart IM IIII4 MM M I.S MESSIAH %  %  (.11 M aiv-t. by A .....o.til Jjitnai 1 n dN roiw* %  i i %  la* ttr, (>i l'l'Ul'i NUtlCI OtVCH IK..I .1 u the (>.n,nu— %  -. ..( HIK.>\> %  lo tMlltWin InU l.l.nil for I ha paaiini of a Bill W anth .rtar in| ar rilial B< . WM. Mrltfi i I'.riMHantn i .J IIU> ttr. oul 4 00* { tl AT C"VT Kill <-""• '•• Only II.MW Nai IN NDMYHI : rNlMn A Itaai. iiarrA I fijaintaa 8Un4. Can YMM Varnt. Ooinfl Ma tW. • %  IMIKT lllll I I liritl.BV |i nottra thai I tiava Nr \>-ir> Roam adjaanmj lha \r-trv Ih-in. oiititi. % %  i;. plata • nn all wrmi d.u quaKBad (a vata %  MI atacuan "i Vaairymaa lor iina aaid l.tiO. nu. auan.lM> an Moo4a>. tka Mti tay a* Januaiv. IMJ. bH*atn tha Mi.u Of 10 and II Orlac* tn tl.* niartllu ID atart a Vrtlty (or In* Par.ah at Chrtai rhi.i'h lot ihr >-ar IMVI WCX>D (.ODDARD. Pa*nthm Traaaurar. Chin Churah • II rJn i \i.-n oi • %  %  I MrHiy aiva notira th..l I hav. • bT.l'ilad IhV-.Hl Rmi al I ha DUlr plarr ."tn >.ll pa'aai.a GOVERNMENT NOTICES PATMENT Of HALAIUS. PENSIONS AND AD%'.N< FS II Is hrrrby notlftwl for inert( Informalion irwil the p..rm-nt of aalartrs, penuofu and advances for the month of December wiU he as under: — L Salarlea and allowancf* to Barbados Gowrrunent OfftciaU on the 19th Inatant. 2. Police and Fire Brigade pVfulon* on the 10th instant. 3. Teachers and Railway Penalons on the 22nd Instant. 4. All other local Government Pensions on the 2Srd ln*t*nt 5. Salaries and Pensions paid on behalf of the Government* of Trinidad and British Guiana on the 24th instant. Act In ; Accountant General 7. 15. 52—In. ratMi ftMl ja • %  / Nat Onlv Hi.. i H %  lau.1 I '. Act*. (In, ,f >• %  -q t ii ,. MI U BADi and MUST V*. WOMKNa -luiilif i. 1 M p m X2 la lakar. II M In %  T. MMMABI.-a (1A1HSUBAI. WI:IIKW.PAV ITTH DfJCI at t U p tn PrajnaBurta mar a obtained from the '.'ark of the Cathadral or • OM Ma VTai'l a.-l *naa>rar. Mirhil' Mtr-at UBN1TI M ni l.v ba of la am -nrt %  ani airal Oap. Ila.tmat. 'IIU In ntl.r tl i-aiof IMd. n i. raq..i'4 til ,itMtuad dvirlna ISM i. v. the ll i..m,M... )1 ..i. ..( llaaitn d.trinf •.a manUi <>f January ISM. wha ra%  Sl-lrrli.g .if thr dairir. for Uiat paaT* 1 I > Utaj 'I" UVtSTOCE bONKKi It 10-J.. Aaarr %  AI'\BTMBNTB Ona at MirthVilla. L"*at Caiiy"" i*.ck anil lha olhaal pyfflan nai mont For Intpaetlan Inl l*l a* IU a.ffr bn.maaa h. %  If %  ph.H, ri msalo*. ritU t II iz-an DBJSSJ U'lNII A I'-irrv'tn Ihowaaa at Bathanatv. allhar Inaathar of Apply D f> Pa'nr Htmi* st i nun. Dtawitia l>, Kitrhen Ijira* ,1 i.t.a,.t B-.-il MlrH Knf.aja B.--I r-iUm. vT-aoaaV. A I,. A.*** ....... Dial SMI Mai %  badiit I ''! plant, Watarmtll aupply Carport. Barvant room. Monli.lv ptM B*> l>i" U i>aaanain chara. IN AIIVANCX Dial MTS IIIM)-t.t.n rAIIAWAV rull. mil aupi MECHANICAL UYCLfc Ona H I'll !| I I 1. Ttitn> N|Ht ll.ii.nM M Huh PiactM-ally ri-. 'Vaanaa. -d 7 il U MACHINI •hlBa. tiraoir mtidri. In i*.' t na ia.imn.Ma ..IT.-, i.-iu^d rail nl HaaMi... UaaNM M phaan aa IICH'AP now bam n %  l:\II Ftimi.hail N. tun v. ... U0t M M Thni W rATTTJWAill Foi Dtcrmbrr and JSM ly. Juna and JlSfej Si IBM W T thiod n Strntii! MISCrXLANEOIIH fHOJnt-niRA Ptl*1 h.r rant Moatar ...a the ba.t form Of %  %  Maka yo.r .Mldirr. X,.i. irt a real Kiraa Full partl.ulari from CITTTN1* \ COMPANY II-BtfM |-) H .r.a> 4MB. ; tl M I ( .. H AMI II HELP nUTVfc! I Apply ( llh Batwaan It BA1MBLAN < .ilad S-ilo.-ii lha rlht pa..'. Photo anll'h A j. l>.eania>rf I II U Bl BM M 1 r -'" %  iryard. lo C A •ir 41 Dapt ft II MJ-*i MSMSBM pnol.. n ...il nLay •parlanca with TODAYS NEWS FLASH Vour lilary fur 15S BROW MS WITH Al. ALMANAC fill R(HlLi;s vol.. v SIHlMl WORI.II WAR At JOIISM.N v | MI1IMKV Wall Kn-i f^ txywurr -IHAHIJ. riuil-l-KrlKfl _.. HIDE naarly ANYWHSJtK DIAL Jill (all al -oilva Bojfh'. Ha.tlng. I AM) .H.. Nirlnnl Clorlra, Olaal Caaaa. Couolar W-i.. KlUhm Cabtnat. W-.h.i... .1 .... nri< •laadt. Chain. Tablaa t unantn Tratli i,g It nilc A T KINO I HI i .1. ., \cn appi.in r\m-H t -t it in RlOtV .i. '...: %  . i. all paraoiM MM ,t Ihr S t aStlBrl "I nan lor tkla Paatah. tbai I hava Partah Boom. Hpaiahtii llM: placa .il I %  > '.ih da; l..nuat>. IMS baiwaai. lha haaara mt 10 .nd II o it—a In lha niormug la l*>t a mtiy Ni UM J^an-h of Bt fVIrr for .. IBM a B COBBIN. Parm-HUI Ttaaaurer at. Patar • II U-Sn, of olhrr Tr,i.k. fli. ,. Itrrxi. (ABH JV-Mina (rantad parmlu .r|.ln. milk along Kith h havr ootainad Inni.a IBRad I SW thII Hran wa. forma of appliratinn (, tn riMpa* of parmila and I ragiilraiVm UlilOR L1CENHE SESSION I HKBKBV giva nMU-i ti. .. i Oanrga j ..lill. .'. 1 of i in..i ( h IS.II.O Magl.Uataa Court I. .1.1.1 II will ba hrhl at DIM.ICI ir i astro Com! on TUTJSDAV iii sard d..i ... r. IH'.J .1 II . a rn Daiod mi. Si.d day at Daaambai. ISM C ID WA1.WYN. ni'i \.t.i r,,-.., % %  'I i i r. %  fnARJB] %  ... nn %  i. ... a it F... .!• -llh B %  JlD IM ItMSl POULTRV %  %  %  SIO wla nihl H(,| f lu ,, r-. Highg... \ at II-TI., I II il 'n MISI I I I \| HI '. AKTIQVBB of rvary InClMUlM IBM. China, old Jrw.U Hnr BUTM Watarcoloura. Sul r buohi. M.,,.. Auk. srapba air at Uorrlnaaa Al>qua Sl.ni ..Homing Koy.l Yarht Club 1 1 U t In %  %  •". %  H .it l C A Hunt* BRONNI r i gin. Knight BING Appiv %  l Co. Oval 7 II M h, aa a MMSUI %  i I %  . ... rri-irtMl i PptMeJ S M— In %  %  h.-^h. ObUlnabia f.„ OUTMMUII. FOll SALE MISCELLANEOUS l'FJtFBTTVN BTOVI! rAltTB Pla. .1.1 UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER Jnf AM 'i i-it OP BI. 1AMBH t %  ir.riJiY giva notica lhal i havr :i Vrilry Moam naar tht Pml'h "hurrh at IK* OUia wnaaa all pri..... duly qoal flrdl hi vote at ant alartion of Vaatryman for Ihe aa d Pail.ti mar anambla en Monday, tha Mh day i.l January. 1*13. bat*.-en lha hauri M 10 and II o'clock tn tha n.o a VfiTO' !<•' "• >'" ,lU P II TARILTOH. P.1 alr.t • ill I'll on TUMI) AY r Malt IT. High M.rrt ni.tt,a. i apt,.. \i..ttt. .. ... C.rion. (in. O (na. | La.gr ffena p. nt Bears PYMBMI otaaa, sjs w.i.t w n tcha> Ilandbaga II V.. Pu.k. f < jitatu j. I b dlr Clolh. 1 BcatiAg Uhi.ia Hnt !" m Ba..Char..I-1. Il.n I Lot Tllaa. I Lot l|rln> Onodi and Plryrla p-rU K Sala 1130 oTInck Trim, t ...h RRANKER. TROTMAN CO.. Aaetleneers • is M—Ba. UNDER THE SILVER HAMMER •j i TVBBTJAY ISTH Bahl u.dar .f Mr r & Knight H'. Hill llouw. Oaniaaa TltunaiiAV HTt! |( Kllinciviuhl'i s..ia Fa.nih.,^1 Dracnn. Koad BRANKER. TROTMAN OO. UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER I from BM IT .I an Di %  I1N7 II %  Duma gad PABMN OF "T IOBB HtHFIlY glia notua Ibat I Bavin I. led lha Va.l. lUw*. at th* Panih I IBS l>la.a atiar* ^n paiaona f qu-UAad la iota al am rla.nofrlllllBLIB l"i In* aaid Pariah may piihlr 0 Monday, lha Mh day <* i.-.iv. I MO I—t..-n lha tia>n> a4 IS I ii o',Lack ... ir. nwrnlng tn alacl raauy far i> r Bl Jonn to. H B FBASfai. c . %  I %  H JMM TENOERH FOR THE UrPfLT or GROUND PROVISIONS Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the three months beginning on the 1st January, 1952, to the following Government Departments:— tilendalry Prison: Sweet Potatoes — approximately 9.000 Iba. a month as governed by the number of prisoners, to be delivered twice weekly at the prison -in proportionate amounts. Mmlal Hospital: Sweet potatoes— approximately 5.000 Iba. a week, to be delivered at the Monlul Hospital twice weekly in proportionate amounts. Yams—as available. Eddoea—as available. I.asaretto: Sweet potatoes—approximately 250 lbs. a wttk. delivered twke weekly a* ordered Yams—as available. Eddoea—as available Breadfruit— BS available. 2. Tenders should show the price per 100 lbs. ni which each of the ftbovemcntloned commodities will be delivered at the institution concerned durum each month of the period from the 1st January Ihe 31M March, 1953 3 Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelope* addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not lo any officer by name) so as to reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (12 noon on Saturday 20th December. 1952) The envelope should be clearly marked — "Tenders for ground provtiiont." 4. Further information in obtainahle from the Prison, Mental Hospital, and the Lazaretto. 5. The Government does not bind itself to accept the lowest or any lender. 7.12.52—In SHIPPING NOTICES r*ai-B ..I .1 i i i I lintLIIY l*r MB .ppxintad th* Vailiy Hootti M % %  th* piaca *h* parson* dui> qualllWd r ISUI I II -II SIKlWt-ASXB Th.. uaa Can ba •* %  t.itxaiary. Hiuad hi "M-. Whiienark H> Chr.rolH •*.. ._ of ih* P*IK* rvp, In SMiBM M r.,m. Cal. viNCFNT npirnni A nation** i r ii n LOST A HIIAII lCl .1 ... i raruk MiiBBBr "" %  Mb %  i-i hrtwean the houra .al and II o'tlacfc in tha n-Kinng In clact .it. lor lha Pariah a* BL Lucy lot ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. M II Ii U.I 'I s sTENTiU! HBRA. 1. NESTOR ERIUXM .ni-.. 1 U S OPANJI2ITAD H %  BrTssarri %  *" INU TO raiMDAD AND tTBAt'AO M S ALimUtTAU Slh Dacambar. ISM fl nrwtKOiiP. Mh Daramhar. IMS M t VIVITA. Uth Da*. iCuracao onlyi IMS. BW.I. -CMOONIK OWBFBS ABBOCIATION .INC.I i IV Dial M41 iiSWAI. ORBNF. Bl Tit-urr Bl U > ii ai. I HFHrilY Jlv aeswiniad lha Chth* l'rUI Chun oi si PMiiir Canadian National Steamshi|is %  MM IB63. bat*aan U what of tha per'ih ol SI Pblltl irauni Bull qualiDad lo vol al any ElactkM ol ..-toman for U Mid Parih. may 6ih da. of lantnM haur. nl m snd II m . !" -—• %  lar tha Panah of SI Philip lotha BBS P B W SCOTT. Par oth ial Traaau ra i. St Philip S ll.SSlii 1 Manlro flalll.t i...i..a.. narn.da CDN Ki.-i-.S-.it SB Nov 3 Dar 11 Dar 11 Daa SO Dr. M Jan 1 CDN SS Daa tMOAl 1 RM1FK SO Dar. B Jan CTJN t-RI.;iSEI( IJ Jan IS Jan SI Jan 1 CDN CUNSTHUCTtMl IT Jan. 3 Fab 3 Fab CDN I'HAI I.RNOKR 10 Pab IS Fab IS Fab. in Mai SAPab. 3 Mar. CDN oiNSTHCCTOH 10 Mar IS Mar II Mar. If Ma T A|. ( f-DN CHALLXNGER M Mar 1 Apr M.I1 Ml. I sn .. U % %  bul Ota n liv* Bniip tnl.M-ad 1.) 10. tk* UMam hi* al Krugbt'i Drug Slot at KTOVBB apaaial oflar i i .inIgor I If SI If ii ~jrncKL~Tu'. IL ftps tm.-. PtBO SI In I* <1NI I Hl.al looiini. in the ru.t.clwn ol b.iildlnao Si •> i Tiafalgar ,.,.! MBtT *Hr**l. Dml SM* SUB In IV Faiha i ., i. i ,. i ..i. -T,.. : a is s--*n rrovM r In a and 1 bun fl Co. Tudot .. Mi N. I ....IBBBBTI %  .DB-aaawH SUN HMADStS All typea avt -1 llai. klltL now W il* fcatly TtaBrak Cnlland • la*dma Dally Na*tpa|>> nu %  Lrm i itb..M4N By Aiouiy la* SMMBBKMMB4BB ro"T* laa Uaia c/o AilvocoM •*•. L" L c "' ""•TSBB-t t • %  1 r^.-. %  BM DIARY A uaah.l afft for a IY ."-£ TtlF BAKHAIhlS r-NGA M i.. r i" I !" ? %  T : ,fL """"^ Knighia Li.i j |-'ij "__,, Nil B3MO f blta in Drum. IUt>ma and Pal. lor., qrtPH.I. I III I" .,!, %  IMrol*, I Co 1.. 3 ran sfBTNL ........ 0 BBonS albumsAJM . .,,,. .< %  BSBaBBBBBB %  t LAND FOR SALE A few choice hou^c rpott to the Soulh Wetrt of the kuckluy Golf Club, Bdjolo. aU t;. u Club ROBB, on btiB route lo town. These suoU look JCIOSI tha Golf Course on one Bid* and over Blue Waters lo RarUcy b-y on the other. Thouifh you may not WIBB to build ImmcdlBtely. the purchase of one of these K.-od iiiv.-lincnt Full particulars from— The Secretary. H.,klcy Golf A l ciuitry Club. *AT 1... ru.h,*,. ... ,,i %  LOST t-*aiH 1 HJJM'I.Y jBsaBsjkM iB %  --ai.ohon I Ol HI HUM) %  MB siu'ii hall B PC A i. • CAT cnmiu roi -i.ii> Cut i n in 1 I..I MO BM Talaph-wi* m %  ... ii,..' Bsrtw %  %  C A BKINNFJL 1'a-o.h.al Tr*aiur*r. St Andira B IS Bl an LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Tha BpplKaiion of ARM S~"I.I -K %  Hon.... Bigriad ALLAN BANDDTORD Applicant B Tfcla appltralron will ba con. rial a LKariuig Court to ba held al :<• CoUrt, DlMrtn E" Holrloai. on *. in* 1Mb day of Dooon.b-.. IBB fa %  K H MIM I. I (ilVF BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS j ADVOCATE STATIONERY ** n isiiBBise>a>BaBB<*a %  Oil SAI.K and lit A.. 3 Ordroor... aluiig With .11 ..thar con\cnknai. Good Mweatmom A aubalMLtlal ..|| building Situated MOavernmrnt Hill Handing o H acra laud .aiLnniM tp.ruiniiimmi din.ng and ' MM BHfrmilt .. %  IMMBTBI haU. Ml fM %  %  Parlih. thai ripo iiicd th* si Oaoi f BFS Vaatii Room ai the pi - %  Mhors nil auch paraona may ....*i,.i, Monday, lha Mh daol January. iu:i. hatwean IB* hour. "I IB and IV o(k. In th* morning lo rlrct a VOairy for tha Fartah •! Bt Oaorga fot 1 ycr 1BU JtllllfBON. rhlal TraaautaCDN CKUISEK TUN CONSTRUCTOR IDS CHALI^NIIFH rnw i" !%  "' CDN C>N"THL'l-TOR CDN CHALLBMiEH CDN. IKI'ISIH VDN CONSTPt'CTOH CDN CHAI.LKNCIFK I) Dae. 3 Jan IT Jan It Jan, II F*b IB Fcb SS Mai Jan II Jan 1 Fab Fab It Pab IB Pab 3 Mar 4 Mar IT M*r IB Mar ii rti> sa r.* II Mar M M.r I Apr. 3.1 Apr farthrr partlaalara, apply M— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.-AgenU. PABIBB) OF BT. TBOMAIIHIFIIY give notica lhal I hj roinlod lha Bch.iol llotu* near nh Church M thr place where %  ml duly riton of V*. f. i th* -.nl .•..!."Monda>. tha Mh dha of January IBM. bataraan "^"? ur, ._; 10 and II .'cloc* In lha morning W BBKS a Vnatry ><>r far the thr Pariah ol 81. Thoe p PILORBM. [ .-u*r. g| Thoma. S II SB-*. SEA VIEW GUEST HOl'SP HASTINGS. BARJtADOS Daily and Longterm Ratoa quoted on request. PensuuseBt i.u.-.vweleonae dinner nnd Coektell i'.i 11.. arrajufd J. H. BUCKLA14D Proprietor. rs>*M M-P4 S*4N I A\AIHA.V SERVICE fiTiBTMiiiiu.) "Ill TMBOI ND SfONTRKAl, ST. JOHN IIALiFAX B* ARP IIAFBADOI B Lrmltad P.iM^gar FOr fOrthar Information SS Nov. I Doc II Doe B Jat 9 J'i %  > Jsipj'ly: Da COSTA 4 CO.. US.) PBano SIB NEW YORK SERVICE fSBBl BBB wtEKS) ^OUTltnOLsVD NORFOlJt HALT1MOBE KBJW YORK Air BTKJBJ B Doc M Dae T Jan. IT Jan IS Jan. JJRS T Mch NEW ORLEANS SERVICE (rasTMomrv) JOHN M. Kl VHHS a I a. aaa.. r.vjt I.tonalre Llallnt. or Go*. Clu. I'ro^rt. .nd L.n. Alw.r. \.., .,.,.I.d .. -I-I FOR SALE ABFRC.F.IJ)UI. Maswrtl Road' Vary soundly romtructad rtono bunaalo* araetad in 1S3T whan building; malarial >rd workmanship ware of a higher M and nrd Wan U uiually obuinad today. TMS pioparlv ha. a diawlng room, dining room, kii.-h.-r,. wl | broaAfait roan, and I good badoaana. A wlda gall*r< rum on 1 .Ides and rnrnplete privacy 1. obuinad. Thara M a tan c-t garagr and lha lit* it u.oan aq it. with good land, bearing fruit uaaa. A food •olid homo obtainabto for a raa%  on able Agurr. BBBfSJAM — •harlngltam Oar%  tona huili bungalow -.... !" -„. ., ar„ .„d right of way lo ih* ara Tha building la rnnvtnlently planned with a UrgB living mom. having aceaoa So a covered ftont varandah. In sol fans room, kilchan nnd 1 brdrooma mth va.hha.ini Tha drtached ga'agr ii ol good -a* and BOB servants* quart*.. adjottilng Rituated In a >*H d<.c)o|wd aarniprtvata eonrtal rn.drntial area and i/i amn many ronunondatl* faaturaa Full main icrvlcoo. /. iafr mvriimmt PRIOIITWOOD. Bt LawronM A [lc.ia.nl and romforlabla p ropartr Which mrllowa ntc* y with Its %  unoundlngi. Own b-^-h fronUga I t i.,(. ,..,; r.rintira. tad room and dining room. kltrh*n. arparata tollrl and ihowar. wide L shaped verandah looking aa..wards BopBtatc garage and irn-mli' Imnilg. Ideal ara.ida home In a good residential quarter. LA CAS1TA. BocWla, New Road compact modern itona bungalow wall dr.lgned with en tral living main bedroom and -mall spar* bed-oom or diaaalng room, tiled hathfoom with i.i.-it type tab b-tli Mipplylng hot WMM. aBT dan and young fruit tree*. Easy to run with minimum of domestic help and SBTS BBBBBBSB BM rellrad people. rOTTAOE. BT 'AST A chorminf. Ireart. houie In perfeel aattlnf. Coral ftand hearh with tha boat vn bath ng the I.land can one'. privata ground, heavily planted %  rth fo-*nr'g .IDI liOAD %  ft) rg with frimladr to main soad over 100 ft. On, of lha few available locallon. In such a rood poMtion ci-.i* in Town een-tre. Flan ta Urns Build Inc I'hiine 4640 REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS rltri ink BBM all n altar had. living and d I rung mom. targe kitchen. -.l..i..le | n ,|et .nd bath. Opoa y*r .ndan on rn-o %  Ida* with on* facing In* tra Outhjiidings, 1 cur* Tha properly itanda on t -oorti. IS pnrhea of land, bv %  paction by appointment only. "tltN SPRAY BHuat* ol li.T.l. Road ad Join' Baal ara bathing in the iiland. Dlv.d*-I into thier .l. iind hrlug a very high monthly rrnt.il. Thar* % %  I i i. .. ,.,...,., -,,, purrhaaan for thla nroparty Do not Situate at Welch*.. Christ Chmcl, wtihm IMJ yards of tha •aa Vary raasonably prle*d. %  BWavatl Airport, MBJ 'rocani .ittached. two medium aua brdrooma with drearingrooms and built-in cupboard'. Inllel and bath. large open verandah rntlre length of houie with a lovrlv view of Chancery Line Beach-and Ihe i*>. %  ..*by. Ilv|na ar.il dining loomi. hrcakfml room. M.I •indy. and a patio u. thr South. • \ al.u h... lovely ground! and a portion of arable it ~'. acrci In.petiMin bv appolnlmant only. IBOSOIOS Bltu Cacnrr Of W.-l.he. RIKMI nd T-aredirdr Road, divided ... Hat I i fl u. I.vtauf and dining %  i...th and HtTBVRi, Hng .r,d Iv o irparate servant %  nu prviprrly tan b* %  or i" ..,.(. II, invent laghl. good p laetrtc righi CECIL JEMM0TT ^*-e''--e^O*-f.-V*eV>-e'e^V^OVir*>ed^^ FOR SALE i in FOLLOWING MACHINERY :t—Slenin driven M.W. Dry Vac Pumps with Air Cylinder* 22 x 18 18" x 18 1— Michiu-lis Liflini: Vac Trap I STMRaWg Steam Oenvralor 110 volts 15 K.W. 1—Steam l.n^ine l-HV Juice Healer 400 MI. ft. :i—Inc. Steam Duplex Purapv 2—Filter Presse*. .—"No Lai;" FJcctric Motors 220/3/50 current 40 II.P. Apfny 38.11 52—611. D. M. SIMPSON & CO. bad. dining room*, ni*' .nd b-thl.ru, >r." dah to lha Bast id North of lli< hiildlt.g Out* B IH-I .1 aalactad ilandlng on approxnataly T soo -i it Thia house Bltuote al SI Jamei Coaat. be-ran Colony Club and Coral f Club ftp. i, i-.n b* had with without a lioniaea lo the aa.. .11 rpoti hi,.* .1 rlBhl of Way V-^'-*-*'--'-^^*-'-'e',-^e',%',Vras>X*V','e*,*,*, Improved/ •THE TYRE THAT WAS ALREADY MORE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER MOW HAS• la*der even -rarf Tooghait-r>rr eaima, • M.ih iperd pjllrrn l| near m.lraaa • TeaaaMdOM Slaangth • St.n |roal(r akd -raitaaaa .yDUNLOP/a TRUCK & BUS TYRE LZJK %  Ol. toy lira. ,r-'e'e^*eV*S>eA>**'X*'-*>-V



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      M Mi\\ HI ( I Mill li r,,j liiiliiiition fails/ At SI. Slrpf„-ns -I M..U M.W.I HI VI.) I > • \ •• Don't let that COLD take hold! TUM J few dropaof Vapeson your handkerchief, and on your pillow X night, will clear (he head mMantly. Vapei where* TOUT cold from ihe tint dee* hreath you take. Vapcn H highly concent r red, economical, and plea-ant 10 uie. Aha ik. ftp,. /*•< MR.M.0.N. BAMOMKF (TAILOR A CITTFR> '' % %  %  i ilntaaoM that ho eHU again undertake tailoring With Thin DlfTerenr.Ill: IS llt.TTFR <(l AI.IMU) TO SFRVF YOf DANCE .ARE VOl CHRISTMAS SHUPPIMi? SACROOL IS THE FINEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS \H> without .1 hnl1 .. real sninrlh> On Sale II( KNIGHTS' Drue Slum § %  ioJd> its %  Evrnaoriit. <>n the Dodioa:,., tag ;. Solem: ••30 am., jud Solemn I al 7.30 p.m. at which II IT will be CM Read. 1 lureh waa corU-f.-fnb.-r *h 1H3*> Dj Ri'hop Parry, and th -i J. H '" land wan given by I -.'•• Draytoit. .mo the church wiw built from public ul>M-r.pnons at a coat of fj-MS. and h.n been add ed to <,nre | %  \ |UIN:.|| Of CwMiU Knk of CMMMHI MM The IDuHon of Canaalian butincs* iiurini: the j ;iat war la reflected m th 'i ., IIIHII Bank ol Commerce, which contain* the b* Inner sheet and GOVERNM ENT NOTICES PART ONE ORDERS % %  i u iiki ID < %  N..i ... *-, %  II I I Hill I .VM^MI %  !"• C r P WfJlM-fllr 'I'll HI I ,. . IM, |l||l| I I IDIM1I 1.1* Ml I k IV •t If wAMU The K.-'. > 1. %  .. %  nwu ,,.., r%an II 11%  11 • %  • f r" %  %  ii DAKPR CafflM ># &f < &f •* GET THESE FOR FOR XMAS ii i M ri iti>I\i. 1 ih ira i n. oa OHatMl t T s\l H;rs c. T Ki-nii i rni rr RHrr-rr*. ftUXRD mi II M HiiMis I \l-l\tlBKW I PHI M Hill GOLDEN ARROW RUM profit and luas statement for the Uag Dabatai CUWIIHHHM ifSi Th n, Bank '* rtaT aaart. at |h* llth December. 19W. SI.821 million are up $87 million from the previous year'* figure. The Bank's net profits for the year at $4,510,641 wan M0.0OO hiRher than a year ago ..fter providing (4,430.000 forGov, ernment of Canada taxes. $1,325.' 000 more than in 1951. and $I.S6,995 for deprernition on Hank PraBaaaaa, Alter paving dividends of $3,600,000 to over > 15.000 shareholders. $910,641 was %  I f "' • to profit and los> JI count. In the fiscal year just ended .'i.OOO.OOO w.i. -li.u I. : profit and loss aecoual t.. H. terva Fund so lhat at 31st October the Hank's paid-up capital larva fund stood at $05.000,000' and the balance of its profit and loss account at $1,654,056 Total depoalta of $1,705 million represent an increase In deposits by the Public of $08 million, with a decrease in other balances of $7,000,000. The balance sheet reflects a Mjund condition with cash nmountinfi to $176 million, being 10 03% of total liabilities to the public, and total quick assets of $1,073 million, being 61% of total tlM pubUi a slightly higher ratio than last year. Government of Canada and Provincial Government securities were $570 million compared with $538 million in 105). Call and Shoit loans were $4 million as iigjmtt $32 million in 1951 Current loans and discounts in Canada at $629 million represent an increase of $53 mUUon. with a i decrease of $11 million In loans, i.il and municipal govSlop Getting Up netting up ntetita. burning %  i f * or "". WhlUli Olih-bai.r. hid atUm at baa* nr aptii-, gr '"T pallia, ^-KTtNT RFI'irRTIR ROVHI l* narMBi.T AnpUi • %  Omeial ( i: %  ... %  n-aamadonabla, $l8of nim. ApplJ ... |gj VV11|(I p T mlnutC'ln I ieci>gnised system of nhortnand. nnd applications IJIing age. oducafinn. qualfrlcatiiir.ct. should reach the Clerk el MUUCMNS Roebuck Strert *.. i. rn. Di.l 2072 & 4502 W i if.:. BICYOLtS TFADEr [, 0V tl Our Bicycle Cpirtr.nt I r -rrviB cn hand'' impairt3 i: M 'Mdo Ir. your bike ajalnat a Ml un terna... Its no ey aa AlC A. BARNcS & CO.. LTD ** &f&f&f + &f + nhlv. PuhtkBuildings l>> \ 7 12. 53—In .^WWUUiiiJj/,//^ I • „„l Mo,,iln,i .'III, It, •.,.„,/..., ihis SI,,,/, ../,.,,. uf 11 III H.m. O.Vf.f I.I If...... S/.. tppinii lhi,i. It, I '../ %  <• # /...(......*. .*.-.•-'^V.' -\flVJNCs % X. 1TEAST-VITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, IfyoawanttogctQIK K Kl 1 Hi from PAIN, and -Iwi m rn| rlv Itnelnuf Vtiamin II, fau mwt lako VEAST VITE TableiThere'* nothing eatt like YRAS1 VTTE It i, the ONI.Y pain rebever which ALSO >oniain* Ihc tonic Vitamin B, Don'i wait— K and get .HTIC YhAST-Vini blets now. For HEADACHES NERVE PAINS COLDS. CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS MUEVFS YOUR PAIN and HAK£i tou mi Will ^S. T **ur.viiT /I* ••—** YEAST-VITE am! h.sirh. Be ilixovary —II.! Ro(.< % %  li %  w I %  v %  .\< %  ogana %  ,n.rnt-.H to %  •> Shi I.in. HI'.rat.. in* B n.| nifikp yon < ,.| in " %  "' "" mow fienU SporU Tuurisl—built lor speed and rellabttlty. The outatanding fealurei. of this model has made II Ihe moat popular of IU kind. Black finish with Red and Gold lines $91. Lectionary's & Churchman's Calendars 1953 ROBERTS & CO. "Your Stationers" Diiil 3301 llo|iiiit> for A MaN IN INCLAstt I very lenulnr Hopper Cycle it guaranteed for Fifty Years. and Ihere is no better example of line Hnti-.li wnrfcnujMhlp than the durability of the Hopper. The B'doi Iwaaawtl Lid. I45Z8) invite vou in to irr their range of blfces and (4,1k over lite ea> purchase trrm< tli.i clvi>uu the chaner to be ih.proud owner of a Hopper The Harbado* Foundry WHITEPARI I Mlii l#f TO iiiiii.iiii \ I #f* THE HOME 11 Miner rm.su ,*** fARIA Varnishes. Fnamelo. Paint* Sandpaper. >lee) Wool. •.lao rUlcv I'laller*. Cup*. s.iurem. Saucepans. rw9*. Champaine. Port. Sherry CoekUll. Pon> Whlaky. Liqueur. Half Pint <.la-*Ho your *hnpplnc har llnu-.-hoid Items early at PLANTATIONS LIMITED HERE ARE SOME SPLENDID GIFTS FOR THE KIDS TOY Tl A SKTS TOOL SITS 41k-.. 41k. 11.18. 14.IH) U.W. $4,111. MM SUN TO BOATS 7 1c. MAKBI.RS U. |n UhvnaTei rwaawUlB rm> ItbtaHwf Pen A Rjgfl Met* Shavlnc Srl% M.IM.,1 OaaaMwaa Asses K t'karelle l.lihler< lea I ell.lobes i..11 tag .i. afj l'i Hi i in V-i :.' MM liilte.-. Ill LttVwtl .iu I Ills PMMlla Mil 'iM.llmi. Barley Sugar •l. %  FniB> Pehln Figs A Date* et. Otrl Tin* nf Fairy niseull* F'Uf nn; Kir>i>lFs Merhaoieal Tay* NoUe Maker. Bali Novell> UIHMI Peeher ete., ete till i • ii PHK r.-\o:i s %  m rlala rVrraaawj I li.u, Hi.,, shjl.in.ir \fn M.uk.i ele. I mvm Perfunie*Mv Sba. \rpei ( haio-1 No I i Ufon*a Null lie N...Iiiiri ,i i .. .1. \ I.I.I. ol %  inll-v C.lft Seie i okienei .1.el> I ... I. Sir ill..ii i mitpui II (*•* %  Perfumes l-.fl M (bt nntuhalb} a* Ifat day* move h>wahd& Qhjii&Lina& l so dp diMAuninaiinq poopf* move Ix>waAdA ths . WINDSOR PHARMACY (jJhuM a wide and uahuid Autsulwn of Aua&vnal $i@tA await ipwi choice UJe alts happuf ID SBAUH, end owi aim ii ID plums IT'S THE WINDSOR PHARMACY FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS Ijou will ZIP I be disappoints*! THE WINDSOR PHARMACY Broad Street Telephone 22S2 *f*mmmmiamm*mvs.'s.:::::;:::;-.:'s,:::•.:'.' r -.:'.:'.:'.'.::::'.'SS.'fS*.ws*.'ASS.WJ'''ssS''SSs'*tA-',';



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      P\:l TUTIW si M.U \U\ill'Alt -I S'nw DM I MIIKK 7. 1852 ZZZZZiZZZmt *&& matt tZZHZiiZZiZZzitm-itZZZZZZtHi ?*&Z*ii ZtZi'*** %  ? %  ZiiZ-iitt-tZ i-$-2-m***-*K V* %  %  'at--CZ/2/S7MAS UtTG ANOTHER OPPORTUNITY has come when we must express our Thanks and extend Cordial Greetings to you for your unstinted support during the Year. We assure you that we sincerely appre date your cooperation, and shall always endeavour to supply you with the BEST MERCHANDISE possible at LOWEST PRICES. Here we present you with a SHOPPING LIST which we hope will save you time and money. LADIES! In spite of the difficult times due to economic pressure, may we say "Cheers" with you for Xmas, and suggest that you pack up all your troubles and go down to WILSON'S who will relieve you of your shopping problems and send you home wreathed in smiles. OUt DRESS MATERIAL DEPARTMENT OFFERS:I'laMir Tnble Squat, the smallest lo the largest jit lowest | (it'niiine Linen Towels I" v %  ,i 7tie. M. Itnlli Timek Iroin Jl.2.1 In S2.74 each. Seersucker '.W wide as low as Kile, per yd. American Percales with Borders suitable for Sport Shins. :I6" wide i $1.00 per yd. While Crcpc-dc-t'hine | Ktic. per yd. FRENCH BRASSIERES and GIRDLES The French prwpuWclaim iiiii iii.i .1. Ihr ll^l lirrs„,| In tinl %  • hnni.lil. World, and ihr reaiton la thai lhr> Wfir Ihr ltr.t Brairrr* and (Urdln I. %  '. .MIS,they mahr Ihr BeL Mr vYIIwin -I..I..I Ihr Bn.1 ol Ihrtr durlni hi* Parisian Tour for >our benefit a nd now present you with Simples* BraMlrrr* In Nvln. Satin. Silk and Cotton. il.it) othrr makes with Ihr linrM cup* In all slie* and colour*. Abm Girdle* l" -ml any li. tHi ml star. I'KK'F.N UH.IU' Plastic ( lull. M wide .1 Hlk*. pat yd. Past i)yci Mate 36" wide d. While Shurkskin. 36" wide SI.Nil per yd. American Flowered Tatfetae, lift" wide (if $1.88 Item hi i:. Sheer, 4K" wide B Kfir. per yd. American Plain Taffeta 48" and 54" wide @> $1.68 per yd. American Waffle Pique in beautiful shades (a $1.00 & |LM per yd Chambray 36" wide fl 75c. per yd. Our i oiirlroiis Staff is always .•! Service* GENTS SHOES a Remember you may WBI a Bicycle when vou buy a FORUM. TEN1C or CLASSIC Shoe We carry the beat in these from leading manufacturers. Shoes for Buys and Men in all colours and M.v lei by the best makers :il prices us low a* $8.0(1 | 0 ,|| „\, pr. Gent'* socks: a beautiful assortment from 8.1c. lo $2.08 per pr. GFNTLFMKN : i raaaa GaJaafdtaa nttable for Dinner Jackets u $4.00 per yd. ('re.im DIM* Skin 56" wide (J $10.80 per yd. Worsteds: Plata and Pm Striped from M-*o te $12.96 per \d. lies ment. Flashy and bn the conservative — prices from $1,011 to $2.80 each Cream Serge 58" wide ^u $4.00 per yd. Parson's Grey in two shades u $1200 p.-r yd \\\ Beautiful Spun* and Crepes 36" wide from 80c. to $1.00 per yd LAMBS' HANDBAGS A new shipment suit, able fur all occasions and to match uny colour shoe LADIES' SHOES We huve a complete Ban shipment of these for Children, Misses and I nil. therefore your %  etoetlea ihoaM he made very easy. Musical Powde and Perfume from '1 to each Howls Sprays SI 5.30 NOTE FREE! FREE! One lb. tin of Gouda Cheese to all Custom ers spending S15.00 and over. Feegueaa Fabrics, love. lv for Grown-up Children too. 3G" wide $1.20 per yd. Henlwood Chairs with lane Bottoms u $9.00 each with hard hotioms — $7.50 en. Plvwuod (hairs, unvarnished n $5.00 ea. ladies' Nyl.ni Hose in all popular shades in special Gill I ii M ln|M | U M ve you cle Tyres 2b \ PH. 2K x m — $2.8(1 ea. Tubes: 26 x l 3 *, 28 x 1*% $1.20 ea. Infants' Bottle Warmers in Clown Cases Handkerchief Qlf| Cohtume Jewellery in all descriptions from Paris. Czechoslovakia. The IK. a n d the U.S.A. at Gift Prices Kemrmhcr. Wilson's lead (he way while others merely follow. Cotton Blankets for the tew weather: 60" x 8(1" $4.00 each 55" x 78" $2.88 Shirtiiujs & pyjama Stripes of hiuhesl quali lies and in attractive patterns a only 88c. per yd. \mericun Designed Bedspread patterns, 60" wide a $1.60. $1.68 & $2,011 per yd. These are %  me a H eal value. Tapestry in colourful \merican patterns 36" & 54 wide u $1.00 lo $1.68 per yd. Cur(ain Nets. b| and whole. Silk & Cotton in beautiful patlerns from 51c. to $1.35 per yd. Suit Cases. ln;lit and durable for Air Travel in several sizes from $7.50 to $1300 ea. Soaps & Toiletrie lowest prices. SOMFTHING NEW! Clipstick Mirrors for ufiixiim your lipstick on all or any eceaSBMf, TIICM* are very handy and can be attached to the tin i i by means of a ring clasp. only 3Sc. each. These will make novel and Inexpensive Gilts. >irrx5White Mona Crepe li SI.25 per yd. Jewel Princess Material 36" a $2.00 per yd. Ladies' Dresses, just a limited quantity at keen prices Bus Conductors .mil Drivers. Ion*;-shoremen. Artisans and other workmen:— Don't fiil lo contact us for duruhle Khaki Shins and Khaki Drills from $1.00 lo $1.56 per yd. Athletic Supporters u HJS & $1.98 ea. Shirts! Shirts! This year our assortment is belter than ever and prices ure surprising has. Besl quality BaftWl Tropical S u 111 n g In Fawn. Grey & Brown „ $5.00. $6.81, and S7.29 per yd. (Gabardine Suiting In Brown. Orey Ik Fawn a $4.50 per yd. Plaid Siii.inK in 4 shades 58" wide G tS.31 per yd. White Crepe Q Kc. per (•cuts' Summer Hats, all sizes from $1.92 to $3.60 ea. ATTENTION StH(MLTEACIIFKS:— See us for (he most serviceable yet attractive materials and Footwear in Town at the most attractive prices tee. Housewives, Are you thinking of making your servant a gift? We ascertain Ihul nothing will he more uppropriale ili.tit u Dress; and it will be quilteasy to obtain one of Ihese in cotton from 36c. lo SI.Oil per yd. In Silk from 60r. to S2.00 per vd. Mermaid and Mertex Swim Suits For Ladies nslitutions and other "iii.ioi/uiioiis please note thai special prices will he quoted you for materials supplied, Those of you who hu\e not had (he privilege and pleasure of \ isiun a real Fifth Avenue store in the cs\ The very latest please pay us visit and gel an adequate idea f what this experience is from $5 to $25 creations at prices ; v. \\ li.a. s;il. msii i s .wll rrrluiiil? iiiir.iis.ilit-ir suit-* IM uiukiuK th. .1 pnr< liasrs from us lil N|M-1 i.il olaiilis.il.' |ll i<t


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      SUNDAY. 1)11 I..MIII It 7. ISSl Sl'KDAY ADVOCATE r \I.I 11111:11 1 \ Did a woman drawers, pyjama — troops for the use of. lip %  mam *•>. •> •< % %  %  — hew'./ K m tn met 1 iah*m Japan li smells like something that has Di-ei. dead lor a thousand vears It's nippy, too Not mat real au'i-ziTu stuli yet. but cold enounh to send me straight to the quarter master's stores to draw mv winter kit Yon should aee me when I've got \l all on The tubbv hubbv isn't In If I lo.ik I for Michfi'.n tyre* Starting taw the and working outward la first ol all the old string vest The Army baa DiouRh* om an Improved model of slilnR vest this autumn In 'Wad ol being all string and holes like an shopping bait. II 1. two nattv knitted -hould. r -tr.i;>earned pack* into their ik.ti and a aort of saddle But it's inr nta 1 ne in tnv underrmn:* thai rtie boi all the otnei United Nations. The dew •rmi call* tliem drawe K lmma front-line trooo* e use or. And than 1 of ihem. They nm I begin? drab as uw It la kner-lcnsih fleece-l:ned and if vout hands are '00 cola to deal ith the mittoni and cord* there* a wooden ball on the Ho that enable* fasten it up with vout teeth. The hood has %  1 III\. 1 lion In front thaf al! soldier to wear it Ilk* noce bonne! it he o desires ft is called the middle oarmBecause somewhere In hidden are house there i another secret weapon ca innei oarka but. Dk Ih bomb u ! belne ken' -ill ill else falls. What the ou'ei park. au<-h a 'hm can %  %  Inner and outer Fool Itch Cause Killed in 4 Days ASTHMA MUCUS Dissolved in 1 Day Pain and Itching Stopped in 7 Minutes Ultll t .. . MM a %  t^% irouMa, KILLS THI CAUSE %  %  %  In not Jlhi i fcia >ae W Mar la M I'.r.CllMI. M WM! a. RlnfWul H >t< tae Iteh and aooia** an .Kin In I d.lnutee. %  .It imkaa"tha •kin •"". •*" %  ''QUARANTIID TIST ... %  t NIUM'KI h"'" •"" 'ha !" 11 r mi '••>"•"; %  Mag in tda n-rvae I-IM. )"u gat BOO*. fr-' pur* Mr Into year lonn. aa4 vig.- •tea* Life. B.W raaw ta n %  pata at "i"' %  %  %  Ailhma ^T Ihl tha r.tT nni d %  l"tara %  %  ^Bhllh.rafl. %  n_ I:N %  |,-i ..r a fan., i l •ffa %  ill It *\**-\\*w, li.|ua" r %  nd t."vn tne *tiaa1ii %  bronehi. em nf ton' tun*, in I' i nUlaa ihn •w A.it.-, fa. f..a v.-i >i %  i ra> a bad n V 11,„ %  %  M whu f w'il it -.1 I dowa. but ir*-i my ui tog %  tU aarj Brat da* HsaTDAOO rlht t" *-r rirr,ilatlna alnad ml h*llti nara it4 rea •* th-f!<-< t ne tima a' HIT maaii y" f-*l >-ar mur d.lf.muT Irnn-riwl mon-v bach antea. , La tne j-i'i. it i aWt EaaJ ttrM II. im* n Meaatt. aani Mendaeo ;n>UIit Ol UMOt it up bet mind if ig io make drawer)t p\|am 'router* SO she made oorh in Bui 'hat's not all. OuiaiOe the draaen pvjama anotiw la ng %  Thrcc-lrouscr soldier i* Mm, alinvd ih' 'hiaelldreaarO pu's on nis rent '< C r ot a haIf* rt-.iv tone ca' Kue. buat leasjmrre ^rn and If rDUl nee ihnlc atxniI inin 'He ibree-irousrt ilKhtuif; con.-ia' rmlnar jred in % %  buttani tipper, and ruMi bi II ol failure of all tore* It can be tied on with ropea. The back-room bovs at tne Wr Office have evidently jtveti much thought to tne combat %  nock and trutnictlona how to li-* it are printed Inalde for the dullest *ildjr to understand. Instruction One aavs • lAibrtppei vMth llihtly oiled elotn tat tree movement. After oiling v"u ran pat It on. rrnK-nibriina io tie the watoord looaelv before cloaiug r added aarmui vou tgnu-r dr.iv.cord and cuffs and ventilation. thKt is to say nearly owked >ou .iaen 'he drawcoroa and liroki s*love '-BpMFttF l: .. ..„.. Keep cool. Don't overheat' %  %  ._ cover. Un* hood of the middle parka vou wear the hood of the r imhat unoefc B. peaked cap ^ b flapHC anJ -illen fiphitrt On Ihe hands you have inn outer gloves and Woollen wrutrleta. For your feet tbev nave go* something new called Boots C.W.W.. which stand* for told. *nt weather. From above Uiey loon likr ,.rdinan black Army boo>. but underneath the>have a i %  -i %  OH riearly an mcii ihiak and inside there la an elaoorale dntuiage system to absorb the i-'-P ration Bo you can see \tun H don't mean us to be cold. Laar winter thev had plentv oi warm but half ot it ru Unwrong size. Tne tall :n<-n and the fat onea couldn't jei anvii.riK to lit them. This year the s'un* has n been issued weekA before the cold weather is due. and ntf) i::it !. || I — 'li Tl-'.-1 Well. Mum. noodbje tor i. hop:n h s rinds you as warr me. %  NiMOdarri i a %  %  A new perfuine for VOU.., Data < rarken. MM* Table frills and KunaetN .S.rM.ll.Tablr aBi OJMt Mai* Prrsenulion finof Bi-rullThermos Aluminium Juca Thermo I :.t*kPreaenUllfHi Beve -f h,Tlale*—ladbur >. Ifw, Kownlreand Molr* Mi-UK I v..urile t Rgwata \'l*iri trim Tu'kUh Ilrliihf JafTa Oalea and I is* X ma* IVwM -''id Lights T-ilile Ileenrallons \ %  i --il. Hi.ll. ggS I %  KM4.II1 S DRUG STORES : Linii.n ren ind PaaeB Sato ngivlBi "*etin tawikai OBBH llllllllts llfclgg—'l laaWawgj MBga IStd Itav. I Seta \larcrer Shaving SeU rartta shsviura Bowluad <'.;fi Seu Tray I'arae* Mgaretta Oaaga and LifMtrt i %  %  %  i 11 BkMU > ituninif i "m.r. imi Mayfahi : Cleara Hair Bru>he* 1 £&?? ZHZ222Z22 M^#f.8reWI-/i ^*^*^i*^s#^#^#^ ZZ Z 2 1Z222Z&2Z$ ZZZ$ 2f t *** + *****$&3#$%S 2^&i^&&&$ &090&#mm0&m



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      tu.vtii'M siom \ II 11 hi. I Ml I li< mi \im HOW KEN FARNUM RODE IN HELSINKI %  %  i imagine %  %  i i : %  Mk bofan Ken I July and I I i %  %  I %  %  nnd gape ' %  IV* lo t$ m in' m tune be able to ride I.E NOKMAND of Trance bealinji Ken Tarnum of Barbara ll of the 1.000 BMtrS -print Mi. I %  Ken got hall lap. I, N . %  %  emoting iht Una bout half a yi i11 %  H %  as I had M01 %  fit. %  %  %  pact any grcut I to go. Tlte story e Trial is well Known. I •gain he rode as if his musclt i npod. illusions I draw from this episode an%  II This was duo I | L.iini. His having %  %  He did Hot h.: while tba ...ts were Bd bettor I luring the QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY tars :— W.S. MONrO! g CO. LTD MIDGiTOWK. SAUAOOJ __ ..•-. o..a %  :'. %  :'. I ; i. %  per than %  I rvllndit%  %  P In Lari %  i M it Was %  li el up in Ing HI tin 1 cyciii L -ii tt R lii like % % %  1 i %  %  rnh< an of Oen %  %  South An K< then fa %  ;... : Hut instead of gjOtth P flrtl | s. At eg ,.. hug host Hero i H %  At tftj .< %  is the type ..,, to IKconaldorod. Wl %  lie t.. win, doing the last 200 num in action again „> send (bur wen! on to the BOKOl. 1 did ln.ii IUIIM g na | ( f tnis 1,,,,,, is having a Ml ..nly knocked %  his ,,.: oi lul) and Pol training and he al mplained both qua i I H*~ iho rormor woo lh> ew B %  Later on r the Tandem partner. |„,. : iDttJ t „ ;ik %  ONE DOSE BRINGS ( QUICK I RELIEF "=== %  track* '.i II stunning. Ken tried il out slowly and %  %  %  %  ii ; d he rlem> %  p of the hanking at th< %  vant ?*i*** i rnpOtlton for i %  .i II %  %  further than the South Afrii an did. K Km firnu %  %  %  %  . Ung wtH .i i i i |„. .,,, ^ idani which d it hod K i %  i: rd on ihir tyres, A-> it turned out tJTO plaj .i large pan in Ken's, i.ndoing. %  doing. Ing tec I. with in. lie and C.x. at % %  . Grand I ; 1V special I Stand was half full, while the ed stand on the oprx-itr „ mv cot m that if I %  among ti.' %  Anothoi Ken % % %  : %  >nly id:,: K. | FROM ^ J=^ Jf\, STOMACH PAINS DUE TO INDIGESTION PAINS, I I AIM FNi i:, Hi VI f due tg Indigestion, iN I VND 5TO I M H rmula gives you really u,u.-k nasii ll \IU.LT form. MACLEAN BRAND Stomach Powder -OLE AGlNTS ' "' Ltt >-Bati !) % %  PHOSFERiNE Jnr i-Miii VITALITY Wherever you arc, whatever vou do, you will hnd PHOSFERINE a iplco* did tonic. Keep a watchful signs of ovcrMrain — and make good used I'lIOSFKRINH 1 for more CONFIDENCE By tak.na l'HOM"ERlNB whtm %  he arm ami warn a) lift ; %  ur\:cful in face ilncs. You'll have more itanunu, led tkofSthCf 0000, vOfebk in I i io dront i luid or Tshlci forns. -jual 2 Tablets. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS %  % % %  ii 'i g my sporting mei He I 11 JO and l %  %  H %  i %  %  ting him a lot Long baat ho kfl) Durinsr thj thai prose.... watch, surely one of the sportsec u ho would have to gojhT in lly was a movie camera man cyeb %  I %  %  In -i drown and dlss %  % %  tuday's rid nil that money the fOlh %  ubaerlbi lorj to i< :i .-.IV. d looking mro Ing that 1 *22222?2Z??2Z$02^^# 0Z2#?0#22# $t$$^££$ rung imi %  %  : hla was i %  i the Joiiro wss .. %  '" York Kon going to be one that I kfl %  %  It 4T. B yard to aoa ^ okwe start anything %  %  N ***** rarnun ha era will beeon .O. I Hxlo. Your hair appears caressable 1 ...kissable... with TJ ^ > V ^ = _~\. PALMOLIVE BRILLANTTNE! Be doubly -lire your hair is so(t...earrM>able.,.easv to mnn^e I v uinPalmolivc Itrillantiuc the DOUBLE USL Waj i A. nn Oil tor Minagr: Before .sliing balr, r...-.i-e pcolsj Ir-kly krith PassBoQvo Urillantine. I Bslea sealp fo 10 ssdssistOO and then *asb. il.i mstaace btJps ranters daasansfl...eaanan •cslp for perfect cleaning. To Corul. and Perfume Bain Put a Uttk Palm live DrIBai I |M!M. of tli,bsssd Knh hands -uiootl over bair. And aooafa the itancing lii^hliplils .. 3 Tin the leauliful c.r(. tming o( sour hair! PALMOLIVE BRILLANTINE ;\ Till ii / ST /". DIES MI \ R niOYCv\SB!t "7 i v ;pj (i that i | %  i %  %  1 i mOYGAS^€L A. S. Br\.lrii a Sou (Bsvbados) Ltd v. m 1: i .( Si I /.//, f.o. Pox 1704 MA A -"s i ru ni %<.i-vv.\ to in %  M 1 MAhC-'JP TREASUHE CH£ST %  i N I Che Sirafod by "Max Jactor Hollywood lading D.-jn and Dtpartmen'. i'/ores I "i2$i$2Zi-5 2$m.$2$2&&g&f$f$.



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      >l NDAY, nu EMBEB : 1M1 SI Mi\V .\ll\ot \n I'M.I I II II I s HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 3TRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIE BY CHIC VOUNG FLASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER ~l LI %  V .IV-' a* • %  %  ro i % % % %  .. %  .. RIP KIRBY •a BY GEORGE NIC. MANUS BY ALEX RAYMOND a-K '.c:>.* A-CUI SETUP / *Oj C* '-'*' MSF >0-RE TUATCCVKW ^ Z ftV*4 LP "** 0M.V BtAJTlFUL TH-VS I g-EB J*iV... „,J'M NOT 0IN9 TO SEE V MOT SO.N8 TO 00 U OCATIN6 ASY **T3=! %  OU STARTED A* ON TUrS AMEN 1 *AS TOO >0L**> TO KNOW BETTER! 'OW I 0IN5 TO BE FREE— I'M... f lATgJ I KTNT VCMS %  %  T-iS 8B / THE PHANTOM L ../>. BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES Jut* KhW Qwi. Tl Gordons Stands*-SuphJLtfUL IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE MONDAY TO WEDNESDAY AT ALL BRANCHES Whi.k —Grsnti —NorlttiTn ( (.tU|M> 1 mil—lins Tilstur Sumir RIMMM Roll 1 hc.f %  fcffc M.iul Vi Unull) :. 2.-. Oi'iim :i.mi .41 M II CM per Iml ttMfWt %  :III M .% .25 Rl HI* Ml\ l tin* MMtvtv rKrsni;t: ASSOKTMI HI*I INIIIIKtllls in HH tTlltMl ll'hoL.Ulr*! in; null. nisci'iT* i HiHiii.Aii: KIII. i nisi i n~ \\l\s HIM rl I.IIIM lln* —I".l. 1-tMSII Kl.l > I MUM I.IIM.IIV/OI.A IIII--I i-iim *\i.n in •* I li\\| I III I si \\ I sill IIII in i., i l...s IM *TIWI\ I "'I IHI II. 131 .. I 11 .. .. I '.. :o pi-i i>kK D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street BOOMS 1 Oil GIRLS If.f .11' SI..VI IHII N w on *alt at AIIVOI ATE STATIOXEKY GUINNESS STOUT FOR STRENGTH C. F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) Ltd. P.O. BOX 304 BARBADOS



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      ru.i si\iii\ Sl \|l\\ \|>\lM \ I I si \D\> in ( i MBCB : r',j TOT: Tiir.r.i: MATI SWORDS The a won) ri sti* (*pu earn v .i;l t!r length of the lUd> tti The %  paet* MprsMBlMg '. lion and nui arr ud with MM* iMMi a*d MMnMi tn i •R • 11 Thl tl. mil Mi pic! %  the SWOT* of Spirit-.. i OorUaa sword 01 Protestant Itisho/t Appmh To Moscow I ;* %  r> of I I %  %  %  %  %  i i;. in. in •ill in the I % %  i tfm IIUMI... u% w r cm —r.r Till: ROYAL ORB. on left of pictni and emeraldIt M |>1>ced in the S f polutaed gold vt.iidrd With I'n right u 77//. i %  JEWELS %  Till". ROYAL SCFPTKE and the Jewelled M.'. S-a I TinKov.it i %  amorist other lewel UM oiet Btr of Africa • lie Cnlllnan Diamond aivl weiKhuiK WfcKB •* pre*ented to Kiwi Edward VII and embodied In th Royal Sceptre. The Jewelled Hut* Sword to the mo.t •.ful and valuable awerd In the i Made of Dataaacua HUL IH L *chli.nd 1atudded with sapphire.. ruhtec, diamond* and other precicu BACKACHE IS YOUR %  WARNING' K. k.. K k „-..H. the an* aim af KidM* TrwU. The k-few.. an (he bUodi filt-i H'hMt IW, (.1 -jt • %  arilrr. %  !*ad ol pur*. t.r... UeW IW-->i to e*e*T •"•• and %  MHla. f*ur hoed rtrtaM n*rj ** %  > art* NHM and aftda. The>i l4 n IUH a >r-ur, • euweVwe and .la awU> rid .— bWod •I M adt Mai %  —— Then ?<** bUad it ,. tkd Crown of England. All Monaich* of Engl.m IWMd with it since It waa made. King Furouk In Monte Carlo MONTE CARLO M Ex-Kins Enouk of Egypt uiv. i i | i iffei drovg U i %  %  i I l nigh! %  %  %  run. i i ol ih i %  : i Hulel Uajetl ort*eT*d 1 for Dlrect-al Casln K1k) < %  know wtthool Andre In the ] : %  i. ml he and the %  R-KUi| i irried on like <>!i at to ki < %  ]' %  ..,, i, ou to m whj i l i ol lionlilcs — r.r. THE BACKGROUND TO EVERY GOOD MEAL IS A GOOD STOVE FALKS IS A GOOD STOVE Make your Kitchen really efficienl with a FALKS 1 IH'J KEROSENE COOKER Three Burner Two Burner One Burner and Table Models in the shades that match your Kitchen for STUBBORN hang-on Bronchial COUGHS AMD COLDS THERE'S NOTHING CURES AS SWIFTLY AS CANADA'S LARGEST SELLING COUGH AND COLD REMEDY BUCKLEY'S MIXTURE MY FAMILY COULDN'T GET ALONG ^XjrVHKOUT GENTLE, DEPENDABLE .^PHILLIPS! ^—•*. !* ttpendtiuU lu>3> SCt'ei | .a a) badl^n*. rttlf pi betel weka .p -ait Mt | i-d. woaOe.f-11, r.'.f,d) IDIAt FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE TV?. YOUNG AND OLD! At an offioJJMf lor ncutroliiirj excess itomoeti acidity and relie*>3 'he pain; and diston'orti of oeid-indigeition. Milk of Mogni-sia. a product o( Phillips, it ore ot ihe (attest, most effective k sown. As o '?a!**, Phillips oc's gently and thoroughly, without griping or discomfort, and without embarrassing urgency. PSitlipj lones up the entire digestive system ... is the idea? anlaod-lu*otive for off the family I Get Phillips today I Liquid or Tablets ILK OF MAGNESIA RODUCTOF PHILLIPS ;,^>r OS!* N fa \> V '^>^ *e** ^55..



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      U Mi AT. DECEMBER 7. 1M SUNDAY \u\oi X I I PAGE SEVKNI I 1 s NOVEL I iltt HE MAS WRITTEN A POLITICAL -BUT IT IS MORE THAN THAT. . NANCY SPAIN WTff 7HO i g' Joyce V 7 Is a now no %  Hfl id %  %  %  %  %  l \ ... of tnr fit lll\ I K II 01 ii i %  to Oarj B* D mode ii %  :. %  l:ka %  September '-' •' % %  *o!Xji'i Joiec VHe i* :nv ftkimff. Carv *as Dorn In ixirnWr.cli'rrv Nor: Bern Ireland nere be aa %  %  i ,n BOUU : naud i. BI mc bad Onlord villa 'hat :id iheir *ngl-Irian v:i rtcuiicr %  ntur^loii tlial He miKli'. i %  and *' I % %  %  %  'i Jnvre nnrrllv mm Hu villa U crtiDlv Oecnuv nis ....... . %  'M .1 A' C III IP .%  : %  r 'hi %  MDf mmna oorrosuondcnc.? u in heaD* on the floor ol ihe li'-ina-room JOYCE CARY puts a tumult into the words of one woman I n*t* lots Of inkier* -n Uiat .!%  < %  Bat at thtnomen; I'm moaih :h u mttini Uie character* m Pr.soaar ol On : e novel Mibltalicd ioda> ooticern* Nina, her cvuain Am, and Chaaiar Nimmo politician TIGHTROPE N : N A cannot, live Ltwut Jim stir is unable to live Qalanc %  I ugn L rope netra. %  jth J in a:nl LTD D .1 n | A.-.-n in my anuuldrr. MM L) ng. bin* all the people lire al %  it founds at thougn he might be rather lun gala Cary of this fan aentlv puttina the letter away. Even of this unknown and slight ly dolly corrcipondent Carv was unatilo to say anythine nnl Cary does not work tn his 51'tina-rojtn. He works in an C -> AKV aaa educated at and Trinity ^College. Oxford where he Just acraped a degree in law Hirn he became a painter, learning ,n Bdmbur/n and Paris and in 113 Be became an adminlftrator ID Nigeria '* At one ump I was .ti complete ch-nte Uwra.' he said. -That's whv 1 say I know what il feels like "0 be a dictator." i lially. nowever nia ncalth drove mm boma Irom rop.cal Alnca and lie wrote hut lirst novel Aisaa bated." Cary'a methods ol working arc unique in my ODi lie imagines a charartn in some s.tuation banging up someone elae. Tlien %  -•a it up. usually in dialogue form and put* < %  i ->:;est dran i arlaai that M ever Urn htad % %  < tne island begins tomoii.'w. The play fa) M (crMMd J1 the Emp.ir is "The i : %  Ahslruther. The drama U gmupa. moat of whleh %  IIUfr-.m Old SchoLirs Asaocutiuns attached to The problem oT providing a aufOf judges Who shall form pa a a h -i Ikraa to laa each iaie i>r Ihe ("I petition bag l" %  one. The Social walfa iramt, winch i Icontawi f Coui \ %  %  'u'ltied In ih.s rcapevi by UM 1 %  bava bat %  .iiueiopn.eM ,,f Uw dranui m BaibadM Among thoae parliciilarl> aatwiated with the work of OM Barbadoa Players wim bava volunteered for the task ore HVa. Laurence Ban ti Mn HatT) Baylay, Mr A It E. King and Mi. Frank Collymore. onwho have playetl a piominmt part in theatiical work in Barbados in recent years are Mi A Groaaimth. Mr. Phllln I l I Mjring. Mt HiIv Tudti i. Ml Golde White. Mn. A U Stuart. Mr. CHaffalow Matthawa and Mr Aubrey Douglas Smith. Two ol of the )udge have had particularly extensive stage experience VI*couiitrgs Dangan, who is also producing "The Thin) Vfatftor" fol %  •dog Players, and Mr. Harold Young, a native of Bar1 baiiws. who*c stag,cam : eluded lours in Ihe W with tiie Oloaaop Rarria Compun. as well a fi-equent ipi*orance in London and New Yoik. I Tintonipeling groups have bacn gh-en tha cfaoloa %  •> %  %  either the trial scwie ft I Merrhanl of W: %  I baaed on tinold ball K John and Ihe Abliot of CahhaT bury Judging will eontimi'UBW DeeenilK-r IBth. The |ndon HOME. DfC. ft. Wind, rain, snuw and flood' Hen I the northern part of Italy yesterday causing at uenlh and I dOMn injured and linettimated damage. In TrMfta, whara tiu"i-'ia';. ., strong from Ihe north, the eity. wiiKl-inrms nnd tan 'i' from tha •* %  Hrvnstalmg the area. s.-\. %  '. ram % % % %  %  ,n homalaai Ind Near Bologna, roads wan dcienly struck by snow mid tral'n M-ya r-'ild man wait the mountain pn dlnjg fi 'in ilrownerl when he wa* blown Into the south to till i "' ur At Modana la -he win Five other cases of injury susCaaaiU on ">e Adrlatlj from TS m.p.h. winds also storms ami eportad m and around ed trnilii Trieste. At ( hmgi-i. naai Venice. Aowed their banfca—DJf. The Canadian Bank of Commerce HEAD OFFICE TORONTO STATEMENT AS AT 31 ST OCTOBER, 1952 ASSETS Co*h on hand and dwe 'rom Bank, ond Barten 1 }H,7.632 Notet of and Cheque* on other Banlii 93.850,31 2 Government and other t I fMX S^coritiei 645.773,027 Other Bond* and Stockt 1 75,737,944 Call and Stvo.1 loam SSSffUl i^-"l 45,397,949 total Q u lt Amu 1,072,756,864 loan, and OlKOunH '£T^!\&SZ£ 673.499.394 Acceptance, and letter, ol Credit foe Cuitomors cso>.1 44,919,820 Bank Prwtiw. 23,250.341 OtherAnet. 6,604,336 Total Ami, i 1.821,030,755 LIABILITIES Note, in Circulation $ 18.708 Depo.it. 1.705.835,854 Acceptance, and letter, of Credit £\ . 44,919,820 Other liobilili.1 _. 2,679,452 Total Uobilitie.to the Publx 11,753.453,834 Capital Poid Up 30,000.000 Rewrve Pond 35,000,000 D ..dendi declared ond unpaid 922,865 Dalance of Profit a. per Profit and Uw Account 1,454,056 Total liability. .". %]7\DM7ii PROFIT AND LOSS ACCOUNT Year Ended 31$t October, 1952 frofit. for the veor ended 31.1 October, l952,before Dominion Government ta.el but ofter oppropriotlom to Continge-l Helervei, out of wh.ch full proviwon l.a. been mate for bod ond doubtful debt. 110.210,636 Provilion for Dominion Government taei *^'^2'92? uau Depreciation on Bonk P,em,„. .1,369,995 5.699,995 Net Profit, ofter the foregoing deduction. i'f-S'iii Dividend. A 600 000 Amount carried forv-ard *'W *' Bolance Profit ond lo>. Account 31 it October, 1951 ~C i 6.654,056 T,on,f..,edto.erv.Fund _5.000.q00 Balance Profit and lot. Account 31 .t October. 1952 '.•*-.•' %  ': %  '' JAMES STEWART N I. HcKINNON alia !iair_ Halo tfloriflea It! tfauierjfl tf TOU faal won out. rl*--iig. •># t'-*', f raw '! >r.i I < ll orovoiiirtf SUO-'MI TO'. Wi • N a^riddy -eiica Ion •"••IT and lor-t up h ">ole rtrvoui ifiMm. Q j -r-, . ,OJ i(i nil l->ae anJ aihauK on iJ r-fiit*(-. BjcKut *nlc Wma is aspetiallv *al>at>i < hPl *W %  - %  — % %  iliu ID vanUitBl anirimtMi a %  • !4-rt•>( KMUIIUI %  •M mn nan lau •! < W a-ar. < B'r at.' IMMT. <%*natiuv*M. l-| awautao and tn •Uxi aaiaa.ai ,.-.<"'. haj) If M r bo^r la a..iu ;.M ai a-l Our* U n wM tar mi Ii _a2t__H .v:.-' 4 an I Ol IKHl'l l| %  .. .. atoi* wi lauthfiJ iour aaa J Youthful Vioor Raslared Tiw aaaaJii M ol •> Saiull* .' lartj.a aad ya'f,r„l a** alsaa %  latrtrT Dwiaf* Uitavfllaul Ih* %  il<> aa* %  > at jatr.,: 1 HE PERI EC1 XMAS Gil I GRAN IS WHISKY ALWATS MELLOW,,. ALM n j ;;// SAMS GRANTS Vro/r/, WHISKY I ui..1 %  *. r.ll, if . ViVliw*"?. !" "i. 1 Dector Praises Vi-fabs ; | M <> OH I RasultsOi %  :•: ras i rite aa ..t.mnm, ha.a mn i 1 'TU'USt %  t nas".s & and.(lain -i lunch MMil a**1 H>a Guaranlccd M .;;„"d"l-:.„. 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      I'U.t FK.HTI IN -I NDAV AllVK \ I l Sl'NDAT !>!' IMBKK T. IKZ The Day The Bailiffs Called II'IW III \HI lot THfc M*N WIMHTI.FK. B* B GFORCE MALCOLM ' ,m %  leaketh Pearson. Methueai la. THOMSON *. 19B H[f Ml ln '" hcl hl ,n AFTl.U EJg. AV. I HU on th. fll* %  vemcnt. more Robert £ Lr, I OOt in indelible ink. "'Except the than f< %  Jllu iaK of the United State* It th house, they Wxw_* ol 1 i„ • \cademy It We,: Point, and In vatn thai build It t W Oodf i*^*?!**"* ""' •ler had not read th* BlblTHK submarine Mr v |ri heeii waiting tor someone with •d a bitter dislia* tor AnH-hand knowledge of its pre* wner of the how* M ,.H>r*nt studio, n who became a r*pulai t.ut unsatisfactory stud< in 1*51 Atk*d in ih* ehcnmtry mainthe * 'nation to u >. %  %  1 R He forthwith disrhargc.1 rrom thr .baurri fashioo. MM daw lalawA.tcmy, If •"• *• jbtlliiil lati >"' x '" 'iodwn .,.,.,,.,.. married wh*n Godwin die.: < cp-irted for Paris and London— Tut re was troubl* with Maud .did a itfMiuous. meteoric career who peisisted In calling hcrteif .i. punting Mi UnteOal ... iSuU icon left no Biggest row in Whistler's We i .in .ur bfhln.i it To HM i K-iskin. th* art pundit. regard! West Point as who said of on* of Ml putW* owemb had ttung a pot I-;.Ture of Ih* I Btati i %  'he face uf tin' publn Throughout life, he dressed with and a-ked 1:200 for it. WMstltl :..!• precision and elegance of an ued; was awarded a farthing JTlcer in mufti, i mputa with damages and insisted he onditi.Mand the lth*M UM '" |ual%  Alth no v i iMr lit* i irj tffori Without; %  ib. Iba f dull U1 two auUllHlIll— in home waters and In the Far East. His readers share in the ihnlU — ,mi the tedium*, they are hardly aware of th* interposing i f print One of Our Submarine! will induce In some | i. %  mild attiick of elauatnphoMa. It la a war book 'K3 *" '"L !" ','!',. Sir Adolphe DebunkSome Health Fads Ft look fig very fit." M Ih* ],ke ..iking exernw he was IOUAI greeting friend* and colm Hie inounult the physical capacity of the I > ttnaai %  *. %  feel. ir.divid.ial frofl the MM I n. through, if anvlhtnc tldcrl. to the full-blooded .ithcan. learn, So atth lieMIT la A great man* of its wlio think keep tit from now on—In watch yomg lor a walk ia an insipid our diet, to smoke l**i. to take form of exercise arc ab*>rb*d more exercise, to cultivate ,. v walking after a golf ball. The equanimity. concentration required for evcrv While thr holiday m Prince* t:ate. An archlb Jeckvll was put in charge and. the dining-room wall-. *peiv His Advice %  h i LONDON. I Jet. S. ../iH-lan stall I .,i r.,-,1.... inat Ambaaiado' ier. Carlos Son Rodrlgue/. isjsjgned I auat of dlagTeement with the HI policy of the new Venexuelaii r.,i Oovarnmeni An official atatalad < ih* Embassy said Hu Bxcelkmcy Carlos Sosa Rodti'000'on painted Spai "* yesterday r*aigned from brought to England b) 1 ,1 Aragon Over hung :. plctUl %  • epigrammatist, he supreme In London arrival of Wilde He had a strong pungent icrsonallty—tstoag -r**igri glV* COherenrc and unity t" \ %  %  usual account ot mm. Indeni 1' may b* said that Pearson doc: in.iiitiipiec* not so muob wi WI stli III %  Whiatsvi """whlrtler was lK>rn in Lowell. l.e>.and showed the rooi M.--S. (18M). and lol%  % % %  who *a*d sin.pl. pj law that hU birthplace the leather might b* Uhlan U petersbuig T be t-orn wiih patches or yellow n Lowall in 1 II. %  inmle bim agreed an.1 departed to Ltvcrp.; a %  Yankee%  as a Whistler, with two accomplic (hmnplon of the South in thr set to work and covered the Civil War—as he was also a tire wall surface with blue it ..nipiut. of P.. %  %  British, gold peacocka. < hilc again-1 Spain, .md th* Jeekyll saw the result and d h military cast,against in an asylum. Leyland v DrejfUl furious, and not at all appe.e II, %  WM hi tfght up by a Godwhan Whistler told him: "In d feat n. Blble-readlng mother ages lo come, you may be l he was very fond of bar; called membcred as the propr' % %  %  her Mummy. Everj Bls Bo af 11,' ruing when he lived in Chelse ,. he saw her l Ihe ohurch door bowing her m He promised hei I would oavei painl on Sundays sOmeUmas ie,iimber*d his promThe West Point man painted .. Ha did mi keep up his boya new peacock; a cruel can.• |d* of the Itible. declaring tore of leyland The "Wpowi.e. hat It wag "a book which, one* dined opposite 11 with th* gr*.n ; uul down, could never be taken eat of equanimity The c t -; Itoom is now in D*tn>it L*yland He ho* In Pans and london. is remembered as Its proprietor. •rrrr" l '"' Whistler^ most famous pictures ,11Jn Heffernan. a kind —not hi 1 esi are th* 1 girl, and Maud Prankllr portraits of his Moll* i .. ;h. with promlnenl teeth lyle ^nd a blistering tongue. Maud *,nn post ;is Ambaaaador extraindj paanipotentiary 10 1 i.urt ..f St. James because of n-./ic*m*ni with Ihe polu-v wed by the V*n*iualan Oovto ernimnt after election* last SunIt would be hard 10 nnd a subject about which mo'r nonsense hat been written than tk* cultivation of physical fitneca. Let m* therefore draw your attention to aomeone who doea not writ* nonsense—Sir Adolphe Abraham*, (lince he caused horrified BAtoaMunent by tuggetting that •• *r Sir Adolphe. who has been honorary medical adviaar to British athletic teams since 1B12 and Is Ihe best known athletethe Peacock Room." He asked 2 000 guineas for the work, l^yland l>md £ 1.000. It was an Intolerable slight. paid tradesm*n 111 idealized and CarEdinburgh offereit for the Carlvle i.sistad on being called Mn Whistler. Both women had bei nful red hair Whistler had a hotis* b-iili Whitler raiaad Ih* prlca U a nthousand Olasgaw then *ntered n ffarlng 800 and point...j out that th* portrait Is not T . Street Chelsen bv .111 archl" ,,v n Ur-**"'**' ,,\ r W V;.;iwin. No HfMlaV Whistler. 0 -loner was the hou^e flnih*d capitulated; in th* an than Whistler went bmkrupi and body capituiatad to th toond to |*U it One of his from Wesl Point. •r ugh' r>Mg4a *IK, like to exercla* bv modem daaataag will b* dl*I ppointed to learn that as a forn of mu'cular movement it I ai little value. Furthermore. ;.Sir Adolphe says with OWI but lull*tact, "the habitual assiciatk>ns are unhygienic." though he admits that as a recreation dancing Is no' to b* despised. It | commonly believed that . I khori .,x.|i ol itranuouJ cxercis* | flr--t thing m th.. morning .1;duces a feeling of vigour People -*ho have difficulty in dragging h*ms*lves out of b*d will warmly %  up-wrt Sir Adolphe-* cont*nt.on fiat It la more likely to do exactly Uf oppositi' Th* theory that cold baths riprove ntn*ss also comes in for i.me quaationing. Sir Adolphe dndW lhat though he himself u. iinnVghl""together his "idaaa obout an addict, he catch*. eoW no PtoyaB tiuvss ,n a bonk called |e M often than £<** %  tav. Flinrsa far Us* Average Stan novar had a cold bath in their (Chn-i.ipher J.*inson. I0t;. 6*1. > lives. Frmets br>adly speaking, means Nobody en keep lit .without Sir Adolpne (.refers e.KHigh '.**P. and fortunately might r, 1 alhlet*) help ehng egularly cut down athletes taborata definition. "Fitmoat of US know quite well the ness" he writes, "k* thai state nf amount of deep which suits m ,r,d physical well-belmu-st. We have only ourslves lo %  vhit-h enables u man lo tak* his Hume if we I eltlren and to carry on n ,|e*p. his occupation to the bast of his The main rea.-.. bun anj with the grectest m training have to go early to happinew. Fitness means satiafac[>cl i | s to krep them away from ban adiusiment to one's environtempting but unhygienic ways mrnt. of amusing themselves The authors advice about *•]•' %  "--I' %  !,i,ct strikes me as full of sound The last sentence is important, mm. There is '"iing in the Healthy, happy families take ENO'S "Fruit ialt". l'lcasant. refreshing I-ruit Salt" is ihe goule coll ect iv e most of us need to keep tie system regular. ENO'S is particularly suitable for children — and for anyone vuh a delicate stomach. ENO'S will safely relieve over-acidity, a most frequent cause of indigestion, heartburn and flatulence. It is toothing and settling to the i.tomach upset by unsuitable food or drink. A dash Ol ENO'S at any lime of day makes a sparkling, invig ora t i ng health-drink. With ENO'S Iruit Salt" you can keep the whole lamilv In. fresh and regular. Keep ENO'S handy vh clioo** for lhnselvM v*rv at envtronmrnw— thr upp*" %  .II,|V v.'*U-blttnrHl di W) -XT5M== .'.M-Vmp^n, u, h,.„h. hu, U-. _. present rail* Sir Adolphe'* opinion, and it |s authoritative, Is that British Bthlatf. are at no disadvantage in international aooipaUUOBoj iecauat of food restrictions. (Many paoate would disagree with him f All in all. nines* is a matter ieriept.. ... pit* Of untested airplanes flvinii ai I %  mis and fantaatk Pot IheOO specialists, as well as I. artotU :dhlete. the ...hievement ,.f ntness nvan'. hard tTaBIing and great mental implication. Tor the average man (he way 1* i'ier The nv*ra*e man will, for ingtanca be reli*v*d to learn that 0 f rommun sense. Most of us Sir Ad..lph* l no gi.


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      M \i>\\ i>l i I \11:i | : im si \I.\Y 1DV0I Ml I'M.I MM HI' BERAARD SHAWA GREAT BRITISH PL A YWRIGUT h \ c u UUI author of ":ih (HHUI. I in INl-IMtmd 4 rollhcuulnc Btgtfh M Bernard IfeM u 1 ran I • ins a (.. %  I to hi* rcpi %  th* Maul speedy loM .if :.. %  varying dilution, by of fuiif which w\\W. once for nil •heir permanent place ture, but what constitutes genuine jrcatnesy l cgaVUUonj Improvi Widowers' Hoaeea, MM Profession, nnd the %  %  D or porhapa mcrd of "the bad "^ Yet the DriUCI fho propheileil thus were wrong. When the plays, nami .. vived on the London stage in the late iK40's, man Weil soon have that better with BERNARD SHAW died in N which lasted for To year*. Foe o' yean be wa* i writer of bis generation and I Britain. %  w found to their detight IB ; lopaganda. II > even ot nan; -. %  u %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  ; %  I %  %  the compan> i Urety (the long %  la I peri %  %  |V ii %  .. ii enter] . i. % %  %  hit with %  i i onarmed • arlli r t-i i amthai • iraai UM mo-t widrly pnli .1 n i %  %  In in:, i. I %  Il I might bt .i ( %  %  %  ; 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ; %  %  ol %  %  %  %  %  I ; %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  i iiokeli H || %  %  %  %  1 %  I %  %  %  I %  erlyi %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  I H ... from the in.nd all : i %  f>-*n the heart at iu ASEPTIC OINTMENT Orrmnlrnr Ointment soothes anJ penetrates. It protects skin injuries, mhcti scalds. and insect hiics from the entry of harmful bacteria, and stimulates healing. Keep a tin handy for family use. FOR SCALDS. RtSHES, BRUISES, JL MRnSIONS, Etc GERMOLENE Jxim at ., toy* c kea/i in tveord FtV/rc. ObhwniPw ei*iyrvhert. Cnmcm Ztwendw Supplies of Old Cottage Lavender gj|! ( perfume, soap and l.ih um are available at your bcauty-i.miner now NowbtH will you find truer, more i i dcr than ih.it trail li ooaaci to you direct (ran England in the fan. Gtoaamith green bottle. GROSNMITII i %  # on pate :a /( mcueen %  'LniOfiQ (. cifs The KO\ I It 75 t > ir VMIII ittCM BMCfaaj vaJaaji aagamllgj (o lileiisuriililc imiliiring. . # Smooth Riding # Immaculoti # i.uMirions Comfort a> I i onomw al AM tMM are points unrlli imlni: || iHiriliiisini; %  ear ikon avei bal will ser\e >uu far intu I lie liilun.... j^ TROVER ToUhl COMpKf! Iluill for hard I..hour mi io.nl Hid in field . Tile l.aml K"\ i-r b I Tf 101 Dellvorj <>r Towing Wagon Mobile Power Plant aoooo o iw s. i'////*w>*vx



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      PAGE TWENTY SUNDAY ADVOCATE SI'ND.VI DM I Mill.I! ^ JAMES LAVER touts Moylair in search of WOMEN'S clothes that MEN admire . THE SKETCHES ARE BY RIX CHURCH SERVICES ANGLICAN I i DM **li m %  M ADVENT | I %  MM I | %WHhN people urn about clothes they usually mean women'clothes And of course they are right, for men's clothes, however respectable and "correct.'* are deadin fact the more correct they .are the more completely dead they ban become They are like fossils But women's clothes are alive like flowers So it **• • :i clothes e er. JUerested in alien Blx and I set om on an •eBnirig'a tour of t! r • Meai siini re* i iranu >f lb* We* End We wanted to see how nomen of ;..e moo* coin* about u* buaneaa cl mah-n* thesnae Women deny It After alt. ton^ns clolhea are dMlgned u mane itieir •earn i-. %  % %  prlaine numU ana %  deny ilu \rdina to tbeni the cloth** tli er are not on %  moat pi | indicated : n rough drapee-as Oddly enougn. i> eir* ago -lie 'uai.on *IM ega thai ..aled 'he necs-.ne waa .,:gH. and the boaom na'ienei %  Women'* lasti %  our 1 of -he h'vl i a* ,n %  n dre** .Ifl nil, %  %  Man* women .. anb ''i daj c i" no< -• >t i' i %  * da atyle The* arem n't coca tall dieaaedie.—-. •' %  %  liun %  u inatior wort and aquai. shouldered j at ice: Do you thins MB* traps her own i i %  %  I ;.ous and an'.' Mx-;al It u in• cry reverse* II i> fluWrr on the MarrM iteath a i n i 'n I %  ., -I and ..;* UM %  %  -> are in i anger oT forget tine 'hat *• %  ne ol llir moat beautiful uoinen and aocne i!ie riererwat couuirwa in the i i htnation la lire I i i %  % %  (5) a oXacnaU.e arteii while Vie! %  %  i .%  inerelv nMUU in luv dr*> \nd a" < %  % %  %  II i ma • ol taatr <• i ., %  %  illlUI anU nvrdrnrr. UFU who had enou.. harm me In my Mariatr tour. •IVISHiiu DVM11. oovmmiiST mu. a. D A. riiiiuii i>-rt* ). fit sra I KCMCDV rO* THE WORLDS O-LS. Mr ,!.-. Il . i w>l 7 IS p rr, II %  MIMIMBn SacMtl -i i N aaVllletad la ll IVrenl Boa? In 01AI %  .11 meet at 7 i p in on WedMaday: ri.ri.m ol Officer* tor trta aenunia >a*r. .'. I 11.. K A O-Ike. raa a. IANI* NATWNAI B*,I-TIT 11 a m Matlni aivd aaliwau. 1 P m aVrr.aena and wtmoti prraetirr l bwih .... UW Kv J B Grant LTh, M i.i-i-r m ihlgl 1 p m Monday. I W X naadar. PtHlay. irauiina foi vautkt ol The Rarb, H |ot Vnulh Movement, (Ml ill IM 1 (Onductid b* lh a>> L Bruce'Claeko .A-iMant Pa.tm and Mr* OWa i)n aunday night neat will b* tna i rnviUn' ThanHaflivinft Seiitc* ifti taht> p ted at the Youth* CatrtTf Tudor Bridge. %  IHIKiM'l niTMii. MirwuaiHi t tmr* H r.rnua. u • m Bet T J furtar. Hoi* Communion 7 p m Re F Vivian H<-:* cammunno DAI KITTM. II a m Mr r Monre. 1 ,i PlrH Holy ComDI3-MONT II a in Re T aVivian: Ho(v Cont.nun.on, T pm MI. Davtea. vitrni OISTIUCT o o IM-T^J r-iley: llohCowutinroon pm Mr. C pnoYlDENCB: II an Mr. O JOWM I p m. Mi Q Baaroinbe. VAt'XMAU. 11 m. Mr D Wnite, 7 Nrw raatAMwNT cai a* M 01 <-ui> I lUVr.R ROAU 10 am Sunday St!>•*.. II am Dlvin* Betvlte. T p.m Toutn I for Chrtlt atevKea at the Ooapei TabeiInacle. TuOnr Street IIIR %  ommert [ -Mlnl.ltr M i-hari* WDRIJ) cuPYHioirr itssravKD in pi %  i %  %  .rhat "i %  K foi a -miui r*anjtanl • van dig Waste of rnoiwy %  will not en %  the efilinnien. <>: oi .-.! %  1,1 tno \> %  -mart re. A PLAQUE MWKS I tit SPKJI Napoleon III ied an invasion —with 50 men Herin ml Shaw O Kcrei.N. 1 Oa n. Sondar ne*i II Ot an. Dlvj-t Mitki. 7 p n. Vwui" W Cbrirt aeevice* > the Usvii TakeiW-eaa. T..a. RUeet Rev |i 11 Walk'* MinliUr iu Mir' BANK I1AIX Id M bJB Runday Reboot 11 RO o-n Dlvin* RervHr. 1 p m YouUi For ChrUt aervtcea M1M Ooapal Tabernacle. Tudai RUeet Barv M B Preui^ihn. Minuter In rnarge COX ROAD: ll H am in,in. Set. v re. 3 pm Rua4 Youlti Tor Chrut aceektea at the iirpei Tab*ri.aacM>, Tudor tlreel PV t W W MinaaM' in charwe rtTTR YILUdi: iaoo am Sund-v •Atuwl. IIRii" Dieine Se.vlra. 1 p.m. Attendmc YwuUi For Ctuiit anelcea a' the Ooapei Tabornael*. Tudor Rum Hi C A Klin* Mim.lrr n tharf* Be aura to lialen to Ward ol Ufa' Ooapei ProMtun.ni* over fUdlffu'lon on Monday wtihl ai B orleek. WILTai* ROAD FATBONAL F7MTTVA1 II ajn Malfli' and RermoR, Ibf Rev. D*acooe>* C. Barrow. Minister in chars'i 3 p*n apecial >ervire whWb .niudea aotee reeltaLoA*, and %  e4ec i itoma by the choir, dur.ng IKia period -Ul be 1^a diainbutioD ol acifu. Mr Joh Ucai. M.B.K.. will taMr part A alive olletlton will he lahen at the door. p ra. Commun.n aervice with add'eai reaehraiit rhrv. C A lahmaL T.J piw Tiieadaj. Xvenmi prayor* %  tth addrawa. by th Bee. U BraaeC'aikr. The aubferl v.r.1 be 'Ramtool marriageJu4gM %  • Teraaa 1-3 7 Bl BAI.VAT10N ARMY RIldOBtTRianW-* Marvet FeaUval Rervlre II am. Ho" n*M Mrrting lit" I'rnaramme rendered b* Youn IVople 1 p m Utvatle* MMUna. Si Major and Mr. W M a tin • %  lonal Cuanmaridar 11RJ1XJFTOWN fWiTIIAI. 11 an. llollnrai Meeting, lain roan,-an MceUBB. 1 pm. galvatlon Meeting Sr,r CapUm Blahop *" i DtAM'lNT) t/OH.NBB llaiteit reatlval Reru-e: II am. H"lli % %  ' Mreiini. 1 pin. FreerAinn -r irndrud bt Tauna ISppJe 1 pi Meeting. lleohmant C HindrouB BOADS HarvM reatiral Barylre: II a.m. MoUII* MaetUif Ipnt ProR'am"'* tendered by Tonng Pedpk 7 P in SaleatWB .Moetlr-g capiam I. Moore. OISTSN i I, %  %  ah : II I kn A Worl tmilh t>**d •<"> ggfRM BRfMI . NMldalaf CeriM Mhn Qlo.t i . laagat tfiaaaoaaf c'oip ol brearf daalrad. And ot cotuar ttw-r wewr decolkt* gown* in tinerrenlnc ednply in order w be cool. Wlial nonaenae I Tlie •ttrartlon principle U Hie eaeai-TMx of wontm-R cloinaw aa erery So bnejW B*M .• K-"I 08 hi tOM IB a 1 U-WUht lor tSe woni.n din.-r w-hoae dreBB wt the back nauun with a big bow—with tiroad rabbon* of a coTkLraatlng colour • rRillnf ilown tTd" aatiit TOO* rtubona git*e> 5-liniieaa arwl IwlRiit And R oertain dlgnltv. for Utat too %  attractive u crrfdM dlRTlltV Revelation Al the prcwent time a wenortt.-eU woman neekA e.Uier to rwVMil lier tlgure hy low im Une or o Maggon! it by I m this child it Nf m .m i %  .. %  .. The llr : Kinper ir cl th' i .f the heithl o) in. AIT Ilia family •eri tt-HI cnircnched as hea : %  a BUI I Vet he %  bap hi fhtt to mi fuiurA man o* dctliny ll -rn at Parts in April 18tW was ihi' third son of King ol Holland, ami Hoftenae Beauhnrnais (LiiiKhtcr nf Jii-iphinittv I H< 'lalni-d as an artlUeri ITieer in ihtSwus armv. bu* l.imtly %  xlled ll." %  pi i upon •i ii"poatlb 111] great ii On the tveiling, ol October >i he arrived In BUai buurg. .secured thr realmi ntal %  %  i \ r< I hiniH-rur ' %  The %  ra nil Impt maent, .ind exile to Atn In IH:CH he :ind I! i England where he ... lot loo •! % %  Ifce pktu'e wore !*• n ol %  &• %  > Watt the pUque BBfa, %  fnliowerii near B)ulujr.c ll. mi iiptiired bruufht i :ind coneli'mned to tual impriso.uni'iu in Of Ham in I '.. Lond tat •tie lovernmanl I Louis Philippe, and arrived in Paris in December 18*8 to | .' and. in 18*2. %  mper t Ilia French Fled to England Under the rule of Nvwleon III. Francflourlghed But the end was coming H illmind o mc mini tiiitri-nch frontier utter the Austrian collapse of 11 B to war with Prusala. In July. 1370. war broke m\ i l-rench were unready, the iiared everyahere Tile Fr. ne!i .irmv grg tiwrwhelmed. ind the crush.na defeat at Sedan broiiaht lh> Young rwopla. 7 p m Raiva kfawung, Srtll C-pl"ln W Blahop. WE1XINGTUN ".TH13TT 11 am Holineai Meet in*. 3 pm. C ranv Meeting. 7 pm, Ralvation Me*i Hnr Mater V. tUbba. CARJ.TVN II am Hollnro MerUnf, 3 pm. Company Meetl-R. J om **alvMien Meet! CapUln 1. BUloUST. Rt'lEHTtRT ntiairtaWB. i parr Bay atreal Kundaea ll a.m and 7 pm Wednaadayi Ipn.A S, -M wbtch In. iludea Trtluoonin of CtirUtlap Bel awe I JleMimg. R-.nnlar I>e-einh*i 7. 1 SakMM t l^aoaw-taea Only Cauae and Creator. GeMr* Teal: faatrua .nltiona whom Uioo haal mail, ihall come And worship before Ihea, O Load thou art Qud alone %  II,. rellewteaf (BUtWea are laarlwded In the l.....-.r.i 1%* Mbl* l-or he nd t waa done r>* comptaskfad, and It ttood la.l PaatfA Ml' • aeaeaee awd Ptah -111 Kay U Shi sertplarr*. hy MARY tIAKIR gDDY. anSnite Mind la the tremor and fruition la iht infln.la img or Idea man•img ironi thra Mind God Trio >aadowdgga>a The Ideal Christmas Gilt Dii MAURIER FILTER TIP CIGARETTES in SPECIAL FLAT PRESENTATION PACKAGES of 50 Each. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL TOBACCONISTS $1.16 per package 50 a WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD. SOLE AGENTS. BY THE WAY— v UACHCBM* Ms*anefi -*N III \H I \K COTTON" MBBtlTfl %  •" i latEach MBit A V COTTON SHEITTH 8" a IM" Each ... IJLV-VVIHTt: COTTON SHUTS *" x 90" Each REXWEAR COTTON 111.1 (HV l Ws ?0" x 3" Each PILLOW COTTON 18 Inche, wide Per yard S8.50 $5.54 $4.68 $1.80 $1.33 A SPECIAL LACE DRESSING TABLE SOTS. 1 plrrr rt Round IhW l in. It.s si-l Sq..r P plrrr, ,-. Inchr. r i 14" x If 8a| ... Ovil pber*. IV x IS" s.-l lr. ... 1U. 71. Ma Mc. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 & H BROAD STREET WWWTV.'.'.V.V.',-,', '--.',',•,',',-,-,',',',-,-, -,-, In hi I ml: I'radneaaj %  | don't understand why you print thig sort of thing. If it Is not true. It Is utterly pointless. Even if it I* uuc ivlw \. it i-upiMMed to show? Myaetf : H is news, Mrs. Kivegilon will b.Uttered to see her name in print. Ihe mayor will become more popular with tno IOCJI people for his good-natured acceptance of an .iwkwuni -.tonlion, and other papers will bu humiliated at having mbsed the mmvrm wn ryaoa La the place will scan this column f-t the next ten years In the hope of -ecu;K him-el' i | referred to. hi MffAty T HEItK will caterwauhns over the "*fisaal to BUDW the UBttorJ Nations HueadUtNaal, Sclentifle and Cultural Otgunlsatloii to build a :i in the Hols do Boulogne^ 1" set off the Arc dl Moffiphe. It Is N for anj oppoaiUon to this Mirt *f thing t.i be SurCeaafUl that other oTK.itu-.it' ; ivt up-todate pahtci:IL yin IBRJ Ud irlly rherked. Wt n 13 even hear no more pi the H.llf ? %  heme :<• demolish Portlandi Im .IIIH f|"gent's Park, and to i nuie ana Ma i 'tun: palaea capable of housltm a inlllldfi i mpli.yces. Stumihiuft or o/Ae-r I F those who ha*C .' lli.-ii '.'.p.-i -lips I i'lu-v,-d. there is ;ui inereasinE supply of hteel and . diminishing dnand f' i 11 On ,-f tinreaultj of thli la that a .•• %  I arm baa baan able Lo alloeata enough Btaal lo a i to eoabk him to •• i %  ptura iha Qarman mar \ i No buabK humble, is to lie BOOrDCd if it i"" tba tiow of trj.i next thing to do Is to dun p mice In Germany, an' upoti rnorc ahd rnflrg ntouat-l c Ihe situation t-haiigei | at.mi and steel ineeded fci ravel -springs. Talking Point ldcuu>m Inctw**!^ in riirr.1 I't.)porliun !.• lino's dlttwic* from Ih" pi ..111. in (UI*UMtlt>. The nm luiti. five II.tin. n\i the IMSI lairta V. .11 .. ii. -. I %  ..!.... .'I. 111. Nil lll.ll... lll-l. K %  .i dafMM t • von be accused. Ih.rle. I They'll Do It h\cr\ lime 14\ Jinini> ll.ulo So HE GETS THF NOD. c*> ES +) = JUA1P AT THE CHANCE ? ANXIOUS TO uO TO MWK? (ZXJMB£SILLEH.') flSESEMTiNfi V. SNEAKEK, POLITICAL HACK WHO A10*D HEMfcN, EARTH AMP WS C0N6RESSA1AN To 6ET A R.UM J06 SENATORTHERE'S A ptS T OUT HERE FPOMTHE HOME STATE,_ WHO WWTS A 6C.VEBHXEMT JC0 fcTT HE'S GOT LlTTEBS FROM E.tlJy^^Sr gtXV WHO CAN WSITE.FBOM r^ r c^l6IKSS> •'. THE GOvtBNOR VCM'. FSR ,/IV ULCERS SAKE, GIVE Hin SOME BEOTH AMP GET HIM OFF AV NECK! VEOV.I\ GaXT'.twS'VOuVE BEEN AC-c STEP ASSISTANT TURTLE' SHELL CTJSTER IN TM€ NATICNAL AJJARIUM.' ^ISTA M WHOA f nor so FAST' F:RST I HMW| HOW MANY MOORS PO I WORK.' MOn ABOJT DAySOFF^OOIGfcTA PENSION'AUTOMA-IC RAISES' HOtt KAMI AvEEKS'WACAT..-. IS THERE ACOFCEE i '•.--. % % %  _. ^m, • REAL CHRISTMAS QIFTS .'.' DRESS SHIRTS uirludinu AKKUH'. B.VJ>.. I I.I 11.. RENOWN. BitW VIIHKI K ale. ale. in Plain Cnlours and Striped Upsign? Prices from :l !H lo tS.H SPORT SHIRTS Inrludinn KI.ITE. PREMIER. RENOWN, air. etr. in Plain Oluura and Fancy Designs Prices IMIIII lt.5e lo M.Tt BOYS SHIRTS in IMntti Co.otiri and Fancy pMiKnef From l.M tn $.107 SEA ISLAND SHIRTS For Sport .ind Dress Wear From tt.75 lo Sn.4t A MAFFEI SUIT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. • YOU LOOK YOUR BEST YOU FEEL YOUR BEST AND THE PRICE YOU PAY LS THE PRICE IT'S WORTH "To Stores oa Scores fallorlne;" P.C.S. MAFFEI hSif & CO., LTD. EVERY PURCHASER OF A PAIR OT . JOHN WHITE" or K' BRAND SHOES nURINCl THE MONTH OF DECEMBER WILL AUTOMATICALLY HAVE A CHANCE OF WINNING, WITHOUT ANY FURTHER COST. A "HUMBER" CYCLE COMPLETE WITH ALL ACCESSORIES HARRISON'S -Dial 2664 MENSWEAR Sin;.ii shirts... < ullar Sly lint; Neckties... Handkerchiefs Socks .. -M..II i MBBslgBtj i|tialitv tll.lt -I"' ll-. tiiiietlv und well. Fine Materials ... t ul... Fit.. 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      V ESTABLISHED 1895 C.L.C. NOT SERVING INTENDED PURPOSE Barbados, Jamaica And Leetvards May Withdraw Stalemate In Korea Must End "IT mi; i-'tin MR. r. 1WALCOIT. M.CP. who relumed from Jamaica on Krulay after attending meetings of the Regional Economic Committee and the West Indian Confeiente. said yesterday that "certain member cokmioa including Barbados. Jamaica and the Leewards B from the Caribbean Labour Congress Ol Mn Mr. Q, H. Adams. M.CP is President. While in Jamaica. Mr. Walcoti fttteodtd the Executive of the Caribbean Labour Congress (C.L.C). one of which was held in Kingston and at which Mr. Adams was present and the other at Montr-iTo Boy after Mr. Adams I Mr. W It-oil Said thai at u,l others latter meeting, certain men,!. thi right to **% %  colonies decided, thwl the C.L.C. "docs not *erve the purpose for which it was intended, and the Leeward Hindi, Jama* %  .. and Barbados may withdraw, frun 1 the Organisation. %  ?*** %  '"' ll,ut th# A Joint official .statement on "JJ .* J ,ntf the matter will be Issued wh ' ,fp ^ n ^ Mr. Adams return* from London ,,v D r V". W where he li new attondlag tha • % % %  .ML. "-ad by Commonwealth Prime Wabten' ,l I'"', Economic Conference. '' %  "' The view expressed b Uh %  •• picture of the Caribbeun i %  i nnen have. Al the moment, the de%  the unofficial member* dad. i -|..i %  -•-. lit (lie withdrawing colonies is that the w ork 0 n >.7'".""' I I I "li regarded '"• and indicates what aspect % %  elated with Con n . i ,. West Indi.ai M. I'iu;i\ Demands Oonfideuce Vote I'AltlS, Uec. 6. Premier pinay has deau ed ..in: |he N.ttn A bl on HI In lined lite article bi arUcli debati of hu i | IWI budget. %  at the conclusion of gel eral in proposed SI0.86B.57O.U1 budget. The era rt f oi Tueaday after I • his flscal policy on whuh -if defeated a gn, on ereedwtil m*a*tt rrw.i u !" munista deuiandlng taat tha budSBOUL, I-e a. I stntith Korean President Syng iman Hhee said in an iniei". :e.s .. | told Prwdcnt-Elert fc • ilainati In Korea abeuld I be ended by %  wha-t h o-wa u drive in North Korea For the first time, gome of Ihe ortaaand In a letter he Mi BlBenhowoi here were iev. .led. In reply Mr. Eisenhower promised to give the Boutfe K een Pn dantfl recommendations a retui tud ai no) M Rhaa aald his letter to Mr. Eisenhower contained "some suggestions including aoino ol an Inttaaata natuaw." He %  atad these %  moral his recommendations: First the stalemate tn the %  Th'-! to cat while at sea and preparing meal* took up quite lot of my time." Dr. Cunningham said. lie said that although he wag atone ha anjoyod tha trip throughout. "I got a bit loioit lair Held At Woadside tBi M*nj> weather. Of hundred paopli noon anjoyed the • %  Woodaide i in" which want linn iw L> %  '-inna' 1 'in puMI rnmeal dun n %  i %  \ i I ninmath. hav< | amundlesa, b Mini let ChurehflJ ment in li r i! iwevai Dun .ii. in the a ih repreaenlai %  the alreran Induatrj Ih ntlnuo In have | ty for the RAJ lOp prl"i 1 .: %  | a wUleUU i i l u h<. NATO illti %  i mil trewi % %  % %  i %  %  from then H . tour of I il \ %  %  %  %  Bopubbc thi r %  11 I..,%  i ID pe-K>1c II A V pllol gn u wltn UM .ihihtv | %  %  i lum td uioi %  %  %  %  i P .\IK I %  DM biMr r. L. Will ... will h %  %  or the i %  i %  | 1 T 1 %  • %  r the the are*, %  1 •nta%  % %  %  QSaib mi j.n DR JOE CUNKIKOHAM gkippr of 'U Bird" VACHT ICC BIRD a Virtue Olass. took 32 days to cross tha Atlantic from Hadalis to B-rb*doi. Bhe isocherad OH the Bsrba dos Aquatic Club. AVoBM 1// (Jutirtrr*: Saucer Becomes i Canberra LONDON ( totiioha A British I t irfHTibri ih-w over bj %  thai It ^ : i %  i i a flyiiut aucei lluriio* Aim newapapers n • the '"iv beiuv i heaffllm i .. %  ontelaj oi tha i obearvatory deeland that it w %  i I i. i '.nl nn oljecj of suiMTsonic spf*d. VmaUv ashnitted th 1 v.-.,* one of fotn ras on a urxflwlll tour %  *<•* \ork: Thi l>.,:.nha..i Oi'1 down the King Yorl t'Uyintt l lively Scrttlish tune and wnrlng auiutiy th.it thej adll rei wed until they gel homa, Reason. on the last visit to the V S 1' girls deserted to get married. Toronto: Farmer Russell Firming .f whithv. Ontario, has pur Ulrvislon set with a 2I-ln<3 serem In his cow shad for i .< thirty eowi Nitw he reports they are pivinn half a gallon more mi.k each dally He nrst Installed the act for his own pl f a aur a wblla workintt '"d clalraad lbi i like n. BO ha leaves !• rnsanight. W'lllnsbiii, NZ.: A pair of ad aato .. ball *as U % %  %  on a rubbish heap flrod by 18-vear-old Henry Christian. r|e;,ninK up wn-rkaicc %  bloanrri had been at work. The bundle rolled oil So Henry i. tail alive; inhide the K> %  %  tick and half of gi Rumr: I> n big going on under 9t Pi I : %  the preM-n tandi. The columns 1 Konn %  • %  .'iigKli.-B OUt ol |ta tn|,i-n,iied %  % %  i : %  .%  . | .rti t-i Berbn 'i ha cub, on llanovr th..11 ;. Half an hour ;ift-r It. >"k off again t 1 thout tl cub. MIL I>UK. lit BHNB0W11 Mr. EUmhower I'onih'm The Hig Question i aa rTrlrm Mi i %  %  ud .•! .i afb i with %  Dai Q %  n. %  %  in nt uhethei lie his solution to ... i hoi a %  %  fm Hi..iinI while i %  .. %  !,< i I.' i;i r and ("i"' RepubU %  National Co %  %  i Robert A r-ti l"l lt< ( : P in Uon %  . i I i nli .i • |hl I ; % % %  %  %  .1 | %  %  %  M | i r r.\|M'(iii iiMi To Ml. Everest AIKUHIOIHMI hutorli iba Far to ihe quiet of ba cabin uhonrd thi CTUlsei n< l-nii to r. ,i. I" u an f '. '..' % % %  .i ;iw. i fro hai '.HI thi rnld-Paciflc Island oortly afteri !l Mr. i' < nbowi rrenu .,.,,. ,,,-. ,, ili.K Ci.htii uf (he lirb-N, ,,,.,, .... ,7" '. SLTT!'1 %  | % %  d.ys of touring the front lines and .: th Korvan war, -i Di n itmiti fr.iin Seoul Ui i I i %  ... i 1.1 Se • iterant ... -ir Grven Peas Plentiful Oragp Pool Ouloaa i era """f I iteriiB of f'-.d whtrh g>. to make li ..mdlahe. ,iily and ean t* bou : iisonablM' 'i ^ide streets of th i %  • %  '. Vi, ..I th itnl Planar) sewon* today loaetng ly ii mei uni %  I Ih % %  he Iflnub 11 %  i nn m nied not to paoi 'I I W i H 'i %  %  %  i I QovernnM i b pendluin of 0344.1 i I el led Sell 1 latter hall Puerto Rico %  i atU i r %  !. i bi 'i %  M.I' III .01 Bi II Hi In bj Ui. i %  nivi .i iii to\ lie Pood .''i 11 ni.ii Organlsetloi i a I ,. lira for exteadloi pulp n output to m.Uh In* i -Vi/Y. Meeting f)f \ rf. Committee ram %  %  %  i i .h.'iit ihp rl)r. I il ... %  f %  H. 'ore %  I 11 mouth aril] hold 15 Shopping Ihiys before Xmas tall .. ii ... -i %  ; %  i .i 1 by 11 |, %  BagW, .i village at the bane of Bvarest, and wrm resting before fffg l ""1tg the hazardous two-week overland journey 16" f ihe final assault i highest %  the middle of i i month whan a igai tnu re" .'' %  i .1 Of the BWBH • %  • pfiim 150 fpetfmm the i %  lop neat day but i i I .oiitinual wind* .-ibomlon the'r The OUMI] ana to lbi venture waa I i thiO the deinaixl %  tag pt mb Kvi-rest with demand eight Brltlafa and two 8 w hg aaaaai i i to icll at than pant %  II I ale. ,r %  rkei offered %  %  i % %  I %  ol (lulu %  C 1 %  %  pint. I %  Ir pound. —V.T. I I Tnuupli'il; Mc;ul 'i f ITY, Dec. fl %  %  %  %  %  %  into %  %  a from It. MMltC"Ver y sn, ar( p .-1 %  I wonderful ;.. cnlours it n • %  .il' i.'. \ I a poem ol" noise DEVON! give a real boust |Q the they're Ui e an a J bk . tn you've lougcj tor. Sec them . feel them . trv tlictii on . at am good b Qo (o-d*>! Co ggng : *ad Womm (tA> value r*n'v dm DEVOXSWKfS i DEVONSHERE .( Trade Rsgra f-.O goa W. li. V irfc


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    V
    ESTABLISHED 1895
    C.L.C. NOT SERVING INTENDED PURPOSE
    Barbados, Jamaica And
    Leetvards May Withdraw
    Stalemate
    In Korea
    Must End
    "it mi; i-'tin
    MR. r. 1- WALCOIT. M.CP. who relumed from
    Jamaica on Krulay after attending meetings of the Regional
    Economic Committee and the West Indian Confeiente.
    said yesterday that "certain member cokmioa including
    Barbados. Jamaica and the Leewards B
    from the Caribbean Labour Congress Ol Mn Mr. Q, H.
    Adams. M.CP is President.
    While in Jamaica. Mr. Walcoti fttteodtd
    the Executive of the Caribbean Labour Congress (C.L.C).
    one of which was held in Kingston and at which Mr.
    Adams was present and the other at Montr-iTo Boy after
    Mr. Adams I !
    Mr. W It-oil Said thai at u,l others
    latter meeting, certain men,!. thi right to **%
    colonies decided, thwl the C.L.C.
    "docs not *erve the purpose for
    which it was intended, and the
    Leeward Hindi, Jama* .. and
    Barbados may withdraw, frun1
    the Organisation. *?*** '"' ll,ut th#
    A Joint official .statement on "JJ .* J ,ntf
    the matter will be Issued wh ',fp^n^
    Mr. Adams return* from London',,v D,r V". W"
    where he li new attondlag tha .ml. "-ad by
    Commonwealth Prime Wabten' ,l I'"',.....
    Economic Conference. '' "'
    The view expressed b Uh picture of the
    Caribbeun i
    i nnen
    have. Al the moment, the de-
    the unofficial member*
    dad.
    i -|..i --. lit (lie
    withdrawing colonies is that the w,ork 0',n>.7'".""'
    I I I "li regarded '" and indicates what aspect
    '
    elated with Con n
    eat of democratic trade unionism,
    withdraw from the organ!
    Speaking on the VV.
    ci at which hi
    a" the Barbados delegate. Mi
    Walcott said that in h.
    , \ i
    five held so fai
    concentrated it- Um i i on indus-
    n which can le rc-
    . an essential develop-
    Ihe present Wi

    Kvirirnt Keaturr
    He said that a most evident
    feature of the Conference W81
    'epiesetitalives of the
    various territoiial Governments
    were insistent that the Carib-
    l*an Commission should repre-
    nt the feeling of the peoples of
    Ihe various tarrltoriea.
    To this and, u motion was
    made by the NetherUndfl Antilles
    to amend th,. Constitution ol the
    ion so that those territ-
    ories which have undergone con-
    Ututteaal changes
    Surinam. Curacao and Puerto
    Rico would lake on a more
    ndependenl role in Ihe Cominis-
    l .tion was passed, in-
    Dtiuas^nf the feeling of lh
    that the unoOlci.il
    economic life -i.mild be

    1 reaatd the
    u territorial Govern-
    uld make the document
    itv. .ind
    Pn WOUld see to It
    informed of ii*
    . .
    ., >. i
    ,.
    West Indi.ai
    M. I'iu;i\ Demands
    Oonfideuce Vote
    I'AltlS, Uec. 6.
    Premier pinay has deau ed
    ..in: |he N.ttn
    A bl on hi In lined lite
    article bi arUcli debati of hu
    i | IWI budget.
    at the
    conclusion of gel eral
    in proposed SI0.86B.57O.U1
    budget.
    The era rt foi Tuea-
    day after I
    his flscal policy
    !
    on whuh -if defeated a
    gn, on
    ereedwtil m*a*tt rrw.i u
    munista deuiandlng taat tha bud-
    SBOUL, I-e a.
    I stntith Korean President Syng
    iman Hhee said in an iniei". :e.s ..
    | told Prwdcnt-Elert fc
    ilainati In Korea abeuld
    I be ended by wha-tho-wau drive
    in North Korea
    For the first time, gome of Ihe
    ortaaand In a letter he
    . Mi BlBenhowoi here were
    iev. .led. In reply Mr. Eisenhower
    promised to give the Boutfe K een
    Pn dantfl recommendations a
    retui tud ai no)
    m Rhaa aald his letter to Mr.
    Eisenhower contained "some sug-
    gestions including aoino ol an
    Inttaaata natuaw." He atad these
    moral his recommenda-
    tions: First the stalemate tn the
    Th<- preei
    mg our army from soiiui rent ard
    to the north"
    Seetnd: Defwnci Itarreg of Hie
    Republic of Koree mu.-t !*
    ad. Third; "if Repubuc
    of Korea force; :tn' .-ufllcienliy
    boned In
    Una nul gsVOQ more equipment.
    WO will not need the tf.N Anny "
    Fourth the "ccouoiun ItuaaOn
    In Korea must be stabilixed.
    Hhiv sail that Mr. Eisenhower
    "agreed we need both military
    and economic assistance." The
    text of Mr. Eisenhower's letter In
    response to one from Rhe was
    released today by the South
    Korean levemnaenl but the full
    text of Bhee*l letter to Ft anasoeaa)
    . aaaneaaat,
    Spe.jkine about his recom-
    rnendettoni to Mi Bl i
    W.- hope to see these
    questions settled within two or
    three months." It .ippivned he iX-
    peotad 1'i-ompt action once Mr.
    Ki nil iwer Took office as VS.
    I'.F.
    jommlsaloneri Mr. Busta- get he tahh- I f
    31 MILS 17" 5lvl
    The Birds And Fish
    Were Companions
    FOR 2B DAYS there was nothing to keep my company
    Ijui bird ai 1 Rail Dr Tog Cunningham, owner skipper (
    the yacht lee Bird, told tha AAvocfile yeaterdgv, Dr, Cud
    mn. ham look 3? Hays to croag the Atlgntil
    Uadeiri to Barbadoa. Two days out b
    the lights of a ship and two days before be reached Carlisle
    Bay ha was attracted bj Lbi an aircrait
    hi1 Bird rrlved on Thursday
    t about four o'clock.'.
    but l' Cunningham cruised.
    around the......at until about 8.00.
    m. He Uv Into the Bay \
    and anchoied "tf the Barbadoa,
    Aquatic Club.
    Dr. Cunningham was bum at
    l Northern Ireland but
    has livid in Newfoundland for
    are. "The only home i
    i ai -;aid.
    lea Bird. ;i vertue cias boat
    designed by Laurent Giles, was
    bulU Bt mSWOrth, near South-
    ampton. She It 25(1 feet overall.
    22 feet at her waterllne. with
    bean even feet two inrhe-i and
    * nine inches.
    Two yean ago another Vertuo
    SBWd the Atlantic.
    aUppered bj Humphrea
    B.irton who later wrote ; book
    about the trip.
    On his trip
    idngham made Rood use of Jca
    t'liHU-
    uimut four days b* a i forced
    to steer but for the 28 i .
    the IcMt steered herself.
    a great believer in hav-
    ing plenty of well cooked '<>'-!
    to cat while at sea and prepar-
    ing meal* took up quite lot of
    my time." Dr. Cunningham said.
    lie said that although he wag
    atone ha anjoyod tha trip
    throughout. "I got a bit loioit
    lair Held
    At Woadside
    tBi M*nj> weather. Of '.....
    hundred paopli
    noon anjoyed the Woodaide
    i in" which want ,| | H.iui' nf li and
    Mrs A. W Si-its home in W*kI-
    Mde Gardens, Bay Street.
    Phc targe lawn of the houie
    . .i- attractively transformed into
    i,n ..iiii.l. Tin Folice Bard
    were on hand with a sparkling
    ne of 'I,-, ir. there was
    .(mi Christinas Tree, well
    BtoclDed -tali' ud plenty to
    Mid drink.
    i ere v :-. ' i
    Lucky Wheel.
    ' ai m riioent and one sec-
    tion of the grounda was used
    apeeliliy u-aek" i^r pony
    ude
    were a variety of coa-
    BkOgt outatandlnn being.
    Salome. Mr. Churchill with bis
    cigar, a fuiry, Adam and Eve, a
    I-idv ., young boy
    dressed as n giant tie. complete
    with collar, rawbog 11
    , ana
    The costume parade took place
    at 3.4S and later in the evening
    Santa Claus arrived with girts
    . (in Uie ohildran.
    Venezuela Wan is
    Canberra Jets
    i
    IT I,.. I
    a nment |a negotlatin
    verj ol Canba i r
    a Foitf li is underotood that the nun
    Phere was ii
    Delegat*s For
    O.H.I.T. Talks
    I aaeltea < the
    II held In the rr.
    1'ir fair, wi'iili i
    111 \\ im it ire^i aactrai
    ilrn*. Hay Mr*el.
    Biggest Red Air
    Attack Repelled
    I M'l'KD STATES H i "v an I nl .
    guru drove "(T the Wfgaat Communiat nmht an n
    of the Korean war last night, as 11 Red Qghti
    south hi whal ofcpcarcd t U-rci
    President i irara mt,
    fifth An forca beadouartat
    i said itn j
    renaued I
    . oi u i Korean mj

    caaona HI

    diati l) I eiiimunir
    i down
    Hadar HMtalli
    A'liwl luaht nalifa
    nomht tad ......ooJ whetha
    in; r.N i a.Mi
    nld u al t-i.
    p.m ;ind 8 p.m. live EUsd
    ...
    needing toward Beaul
    Duruii; thi I

    BarnhoM
    ci's plane, a rnlluai ih
    aan C mstellatlori baft II
    r Seoul al %M I
    would have been i
    had it not been '
    rft butterirs.- I'T
    GeneraJ
    Mac- Arthur
    I las I
    eace
    IMan
    m- rt voHK, Dee. n.
    MacArthu)
    DO |
    I -- annual dlnn i
    i i
    i by the Nabon uno
    ailon ol H isl nmht
    .ii dennits '
    K
    . .
    '
    I
    Mi
    aVnei an tukluly

    .ilsrUTw.?'......""'' wVegaoi Bad'
    i Tn'* Allied ^ n_
    lid i-Ailimi l> linn iw L>
    '-inna'1
    'in puMI
    rnmeal dun
    n

    i

    \ i
    I ninmath. hav< |
    amundlesa,
    b .
    Mini let ChurehflJ
    ment in li
    '
    r
    i! iwevai Dun
    . .ii. in the
    a ih repreaenlai
    the alreran Induatrj Ih
    ntlnuo In
    have | ty for the RAJ
    lOp prl"i
    1
    .: |
    a wUleUU
    i i l
    u h<. NATO illti
    i
    mil trewi ! i

    from then H .
    tour of I il \


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    wltn Um .ihihtv | .
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    Mr r. L. Will
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    the are*,

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    .
    QSaib '.....mi j.n
    DR JOE CUNKIKOHAM
    gkippr of 'U Bird"
    VACHT ICC BIRD a Virtue Olass. took 32 days to cross tha
    Atlantic from Hadalis to B-rb*doi. Bhe i- socherad OH the Bsrba
    dos Aquatic Club.
    AVoBM 1// (Jutirtrr*:
    Saucer
    Becomes i
    Canberra
    LONDON
    (totiioha A British I
    t irfHTibri ih-w over bj
    thai It ^ : i i i a flyiiut
    aucei lluriio* Aim newapapers
    n the '"iv beiuv i heaffllm
    i .. ontelaj oi tha i
    obearvatory deeland that it w
    i I i. i '.nl nn ol-
    jecj of suiMTsonic spf*d. VmaUv
    ashnitted th1'
    v.-.,* one of fotn -
    ras on a urxflwlll tour

    *<* \ork: Thi l>.,:.nha..i Oi'1
    down the King
    Yorl t'Uyintt l
    lively Scrttlish tune and wnrlng
    auiutiy th.it thej adll rei
    wed until they gel homa, Reason.
    on the last visit to the V S 1'
    girls deserted to get married.
    Toronto: Farmer Russell Firm-
    ing .f whithv. Ontario, has pur
    . Ulrvislon set with a 2I-ln<3
    serem In his cow shad for i .<
    thirty eowi Nitw he reports they
    are pivinn half a gallon more mi.k
    each dally He nrst Installed the
    act for his own plfaaura wblla
    workintt '"d clalraad lbi i
    like n. BO ha leaves !
    rnsanight.
    W'lllnsbiii, NZ.: A pair of
    ad aato .. ball *as
    U on a rubbish heap flrod
    by 18-vear-old Henry Christian.
    r|e;,ninK up wn-rkaicc
    bloanrri had been at work. The
    bundle rolled oil So Henry i.
    - tail alive; inhide the K>
    ' tick and
    half of gi
    Rumr: I> n big
    going on under 9t Pi I
    : .
    the preM-n tandi. The
    columns
    1
    Konn .'iigKli.-B
    OUt ol |ta tn|,i-n,iied
    , i :.-

    . | .rti t-i Berbn 'i ha
    cub, on llanovr
    th.- .11 ;.
    Half an hour ;ift-r It.
    >"k off again t1
    . thout tl
    cub.
    mil i>uk.lit BHNB0W11
    Mr. EUmhower
    I'onih'm The
    Hig Question
    i aa rTrlrm
    Mi i -

    ud .! .i afb i
    with
    Dai Q

    n.

    in nt uhethei lie
    his solu-
    tion to ... i hoi a

    fm Hi..iin-
    I
    while
    i ..!,< i I.' i- ;i r
    and ("i"'
    RepubU National Co
    i
    Robert a r-ti
    l"l lt< ( : P
    in Uon
    . . i
    ' I i......nli .i
    |hl I ;
    . .1 |
    M |
    i r
    r.\|M'(iii iiMi To
    Ml. Everest
    AIkuhIoihmI
    hutorli iba Far
    to ihe quiet of ba cabin
    uhonrd thi CTUlsei n< l-nii to
    r. ,i.
    I" u
    an f'. '..' .i
    ;iw. i fro hai '.hi
    thi rnld-Paciflc Island
    oortly afteri
    !l
    Mr. i' < nbowi rrenu .,.,,. ,,,-. ,,
    ili.K Ci.htii uf (he lirb-N- ,,,.,,.... ,7" '.
    SLTT!'1
    | .
    d.ys of touring the front lines and
    .: th Korvan war, -i Di
    n itmiti fr.iin Seoul
    Ui
    i I
    i
    ...
    i 1.1 Se
    iterant
    ...
    -ir
    Grven Peas
    Plentiful
    Oragp Pool Ouloaa i era """f
    I iteriiB of f'-.d whtrh g>.
    to make li ..mdlahe.
    ,iily and '
    ean t* bou : iisonabl-
    m' 'i ^ide streets of th
    i '. Vi,
    ..I th
    itnl
    Planar) sewon* today loaetng
    ly ii mei uni I Ih

    he Iflnub 11 i nn m
    nied not to paoi 'I I W
    ..... i H 'i
    . i ,
    I
    QovernnM i b
    pendluin of 0344.1 i I
    el led Sell
    1
    latter hall
    Puerto Rico i atU i
    . r !. i bi 'i
    M.I' III .01
    Bi ii Hi In
    bj Ui.
    . i

    nivi .i iii to\ lie Pood .''i11
    ni.ii Organlsetloi i a I
    . ,.
    lira for exteadloi pulp n
    output to m.Uh In* i
    -Vi/Y. Meeting f)f
    \ rf. Committee
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    'ore

    I
    11 mouth
    aril] hold
    15
    Shopping Ihiys
    before Xmas
    tall
    .. ii ... -i
    . ;- i .i 1 by 11
    . |,
    BagW, .i village at the
    bane of Bvarest, and wrm resting
    before fffgl""1tg the hazardous
    two-week overland journey 16"
    f ihe final assault
    i highest

    the middle of i i month whan
    - a igai tnu re-
    " .'' i .1 Of the BWBH
    pfiim 150 fpetfmm the
    i '
    lop neat day but
    i i......I .oiitinual wind*
    .-ibomlon the'r
    The oumI] ana to lbi venture waa I
    i thiO the deinaixl tag pt mb Kvi-rest with
    demand eight Brltlafa and two 8whg aaaaai
    i i
    to icll at
    than
    pant

    II
    I ale.,r

    rkei offered
    '
    i .
    I

    ol (lu-
    lu
    C1
    pint.
    I

    Ir pound.
    V.T.
    I I Tnuupli'il; Mc;ul
    'i f ITY, Dec. fl






    . into


    a from
    - It.
    MMltC"-
    Very sn,ar(
    p .-1 '
    I
    wonderful ;..
    cnlours it n
    .il' i.'. \
    I a
    poem ol" noise DEVON!
    give a real boust |Q the
    they're UieanaJbk tn
    you've lougcj tor.
    Sec them . feel them . trv
    tlictii on . at am good b
    Qo (o-d*>! Co ggng :
    *ad
    Womm (tA> value r*n'v
    dm DEVOXSWKfS
    i
    DEVONSHERE
    .(

    Trade Rsgra
    f-.O goa W. li. .
    V
    irfc


    I'M.I. I v\.
    SI Mill Ul\ ill \| I
    When ChiuAtma* Shopping
    (Don't J>ohqsd ^ vhn
    J/ts Jwdk Shop
    ""' 'wms.. I...... CIHttl
    i ;; roMORKOu wn nmm .^ K.~.
    <.-nr Kll.l rtrr V(.M I
    I HI HI til M4RI* I
    s, S|>U DECI MHIIi ?. i^
    .'r.'.:;;;
    I
    srsssss.*.:::::::::'^.
    LADIES' DRESSES
    Jual in lime for Your Festival Occasion!
    POUT mill .U'TEKNOON DRESSES
    COCKTAIL anil EVENING DHKSM s
    urn st: DRESSES
    MATERNIT' DBESBBS
    I" "..... Mark MM uhil.' nd |irt-ll> miIhI .huitrs
    also
    LOVELY Fl.OR ,1 DESIGNS
    $15.00 $24.00
    New
    P
    L
    ani

    ~ fh. Third VWltr for
    rbadgg fwjwn prcliaceci
    iUijuihiii lor in- BriUar
    f rtrrupation in
    Also played (he j
    TOKYO FIH 2\i
    THE LION AND
    THE HORSE
    VAKCM
    rriim;i:town"
    LILI "L
    >I
    Oh THI 100SE
    ".....
    bakraree*
    !* pf.br
    KM
    FORT OSAfiE
    H1 I ...
    KIIOHil IHIAIIII
    MM Bl Ml
    Mli-'lan
    i l-niapla
    ROXT

    m a i
    '.."''' MM
    MkK<-v RHnn
    Ana* Ja*M
    Mil NH 0*
    ' i".......
    ROVAI.
    1 I* tM I SkO!
    ithj
    'th.
    m i
    At my i
    iio lsso a
    that r* CRaMytar anil
    'srhan the play )* staged at the
    and ll-h
    *7/./. i/.
    '"B^nr.P!. rlM r*- over a dozen
    1 , l' :ne Oarls* lr. 4 work on Dee. IS.
    1 which will br .penftfl at
    lr O T Barton.
    ante <( llw ..il Sec-re-
    < four hours.
    Sulla include, fancy work.
    i < am Lei flowers.
    toy-, harm, painted Christmas
    .BrdB. rln picture-,
    sweats, jam* pepper sauce, cakea.
    etc
    Triers 'inonstra-
    !* i making, plaited
    hoe- leather work, decorate*!
    - ndlng. rake icing aTR H
    work, wiling slippers, coconut bag>
    upholstery, peltry and cake mak-
    kj it i pHMH irMut p* 'in-
    framing
    Tea*, rakea.
    drink.", ice creams will be on sale.
    There is nn admission fee and the
    public SB* cordially nvitcd
    Cwub gaUinji}
    ffcfiir w faV Ohon
    rEU.
    nt
    BLUE LAGOON
    Wmticul Fritfrniniitf
    VfK- BUC HUATHWA1TK i
    - fa )
    <$ "* ;1 Ladies'
    The Modern Dress Shoppe
    HROAO STREET
    Oner again. Ruth ;irul Peter M
    invite y CHRISTMAS DINNER
    St. Lawrence Hotel
    From 7 p.m on December I6ill
    we shall have for jMMJ
    Lobster Cocktail
    Cream of Tomato Soup
    Fried Fillet of Flyinp. Fih
    Roast Turkey
    Cranberry Sauce
    Whipped PMatOaj- PulTy Rue
    Juk Buttered Siring Beans
    Plum Pudding Hmndv Since
    or
    Hum 'n RaWn log Cream
    Piscattl Kpd Checie
    Demi-tasse
    This will 1m- $4.1)0 pel nanon and will INCLUDE
    a rIoks of ChampaRnc We would appreciate
    reservations m fiir in advance as is convenient
    to you.
    P.S. Besides the Bamboo Bat, we can now offal you
    dancinn lot. or a drink and a swim
    'DowiTTba Hatch'
    COLONY CLUB
    * h i-isinuis A Xi-tr Yi-ur
    Ol.tt KN(;i.lSH CHRISTMAS DINNER
    SIC, 2S. al p.m.
    C.AI.A DANCK AND BITFFFT
    NEW YEARS EVK
    -o-
    Xmn. Oinnrr M..VI. Nru- Yn.r llnncr HS.OII
    Al nnmbrl> .nil h. limilr.l rnrlv apali-
    Satin is adviMblr.
    EVENING DRESS ONI.T
    ---------O---------
    Ift.J.'l Si-iisim
    Trw V., ,Ii,,-,l.,, Niiihl IH'KKET DANCES
    will ,,urnn,!,,,. Wed.. Jan. 7lh
    BEACH CI'RRY I.CNCHIONS EVERY
    SI'NDAY
    ---------O---------
    Apnliraliuii lor vinilor, srasm. or hill
    mnnhcTliip shunld hr ...l.l r .... .1 | 11..
    Scrrdary COLONY I'U'B SI. Jnmfs.
    T.li ill...... No. 01(17
    ON, NIGHT IN
    "ttJSa.J rat iROPics
    SUtrlna wilta
    OJ.M-. SSatTljl BMa ABBOTT ft
    f
    r"Tuv%imTUT *">** T*
    i -it BM ri t
    WlUl
    I'obarrt H>ti I
    "'"""'Il -AS WAV
    nd M
    it. I B4J.OTA KIB-rmvATS ArTAISa
    n-.I SaturSw With
    ill! |*an BBSS Herbert
    HI MIR
    it O A Y
    TO DAY la TCESDAY 1.30 & 8.15
    COLTJMBIA'S KXCITINO DOUBLE

    hi
    ... ii..
    imori the artist**.
    part in the musical pro-
    cramnie at Mt. Sinai Church.
    Cnrnnfton's Village on Dec. 1.
    Thp programme begins at 7J0
    p.m. other arUstes on the pro-
    gramme will be the Maxwell
    Vuartet. Dr Wiggins .ind Mr. Ben
    fllbaon.
    Mr. & Mrs. M. C. TIIOM \^
    Al lasa Viiseum
    ^\N DEC. 1 Mm Dorothy Wil-
    V/ ton. MA., I). Lit. spoke at
    a Meeting of the Barbados
    Mutnun and Historical Society on
    "A Glimpse of Forbidden Slam"
    Miss Wilson's interesting talk
    SSaa illiwtrated by pictures.
    The Christmas Cards entered
    for the "Advocate Competition"
    are now on view al .he Museum
    They will be exhibited until
    Christmas.
    On Wednesday Dec. 10. the
    Annual Exhibition of Art and
    Handicraft* by School Children
    for three
    9***1
    qpHERE will be a cmke sale IB
    I 4 St Stephen's Church
    rtuM "ii Friday Dec. 19 at the
    >l.>re" Trafalgar Strcvl.
    Rich fruit rsfces, iced and
    aaeoratad, plum pud-
    nnwa pies, home made
    .-lard and conkiea will be
    among the many Items on sale.
    CMltmm* Toy Sorrier
    THE CoaBBiUtM Ol dM St-
    Ijwrencf Child Health Centre
    have arranged for a Toy Service
    ! le held at St. Matthias Church
    vti Pnday. December 12. at 4.30
    l> m There will be Carols and a
    short addres.-.
    The tBTI rw-clved and the col-
    lection will be distnbuti
    children at their annual Christma..
    party
    Yesterday's
    Weddings
    Harriett M St. Matthias
    MISS CICELY CHf SI 1111,1.
    daughter of Mr. and Mrs
    A. O. St. Hill of Haiti
    nuirrled yestcrdav lu
    Matthias Church lo Mr. Mai...Ik,
    Campbell Thomas, son of Major
    and Mrs. A. C. Thomas of The
    len". Dalkeith
    The ceremony which look place
    "t 4.10 p.m. was performed by
    Rev. A. E. Armstrong.
    The Bride who was given ln
    marriage by her father wore a
    tress of organdy and lace. The
    dress featured a bodice of blonde
    lace with bouffant skirt of
    organdy sheer ending in a long
    train A finger-tip veil win held
    in plac* by lilies of the valley.
    She carried a bouquet of white

    i
    .i,i.e"s lacw
    und garden ft > Jewellery
    I
    from the


    Dm i im-
    i rjour and
    They
    ittlred m orchid
    ti riifiled collar trlmmeo
    ; i>ld juli' '
    "hpes.
    'niony was conducted by
    lr. A Parkinson. S J The
    11 l.- ni bestman were uerform-
    rd by Mr Ueyd W.i-kes and the
    Durant.
    A ree*V'*"*n WJ" hfk,(l ^''
    BUck Hi-k and ,:

    W HEAL" I ireuj Rovklef Golf
    . Lrcug of 1M2''
    ., Iota of fun. Ovei
    900 people attended what must
    I biggest
    dances of the year.
    Balloons were <
    . evening a large "be*
    i nad been sueaended
    rrs heads was
    I ass prues were isasMe
    ' IB em-
    Several bars were going
    thtoughout the evening, including
    hot dog and hambijrgef suiis.
    : circu-
    tdBBBOWBi
    It'* true that many of the
    elowns ware painted on the walls
    MM laaa, I ^w a lot ot -real
    t\\f" ones dancing around.
    Sitwr juhil,-.
    r>oNOKATt)LATIOMS u. Mr
    V/ and Mrs Arlhur N. Chader-
    i .if -Glendowcr Court, Max-
    *. Ilk Const ho celebrate the
    Be anniversary of then
    Carlb wisher.
    .in k and in..-
    flMR
    : | Barbnomn* Mr
    nred Goveinmeir
    Engineer of Siirra Leone. We
    /'"..' I mil inn Mi'lUva
    DR B (CTHBERT ARTHUR
    HA. M.D.. Barb..:
    old CombcrmeriaT). arrived tatrr
    on Wednesday from New Yor'.
    via Trinidad by II.W.I A ".
    about three weeks' holiday. He
    wag accompanied by hbt mother
    Mrs. Ferris Arthur of Brooklyn
    who is returning to Barbados after
    an absence of 20 years.
    Mrs. Arthur has come down for
    an indefinite period in the interest
    of he, health and Is reading with
    er i Pastor Lionel Arthur of
    linens Vista." Two Mile Hill.
    Dr Arthur who is Assistant
    Resident Surgeon at Sydenham
    New York, hopes to re-
    turn to Barbados to practise
    after he has got his degree in
    -urgery.
    He took hi* pre-medical at
    Atlantic Union College and com-
    pleted big medical at the College
    Of Medical Evangelist- I^*m.i
    Ltod, California.
    Paid ffu*inex* Vhit
    MR CYRIL WEATHERI1EAD.
    Director of Messrs S. P
    Muason. Son Co.. Ltd.. returned
    b> B.W I.A on Friday from
    Jamaica wban he had been on a
    'u-me rtsil
    0*
    p
    Uninl.'C- M*H*iah
    'presented at the James Street
    Church by the choir accompanied
    i by the Police Band on December
    ]> .it 8 p.m. This great choral
    work should be one of the out-
    standing performances over the
    i ea.on
    Admission is by pn>gr8mme and
    Utefcc ciin be obtained at the
    v ' Stal
    l. i II I v
    The (;ARf)F.NSt
    i TilMOHKOW ^
    V mAT*^ msfli M
    MAWriN a Jrty r.'.l .-
    ii vu tad in* ( o raoi
    oiin EriftuKid c III a
    t*i i.at f -l
    MAIIMr *r*ON
    TaDUtTV J'*"" laDBB
    r\i linn \t >**\
    ..-. UOOaiBM
    Misa Betty Cox and Mb* Kitty
    Thomas ware the two bridesmaids
    They wore identical dresses of
    Invcnder organdy, bodices Of em-
    BHaBHMl .HiKl.n,"- .;g ,nd> wiUi
    hooped skirts of accordion pleiited
    orasndy. Their headdresses were
    'ion nets of the same material
    rimmed with pink Illy of the
    valley. They carried ahowar bou-
    'iuet of pink radiance rosebuds
    Bestman was Mr. T O. Dowdlng
    -nid the ushers were, Messrs.
    Harold Roett. Richard Cox. David
    Inniss and BUI Simpson.
    After the ceremony a reception
    was held at -'Dayton". Worthing
    rue honeymoon is .*,,, 1: Rpc, llt
    the Crane Hotel.
    r/iirrsV*/ At S'l. Patrick*
    AT 4.3f o'clock yesterdnv after -
    noon at St. Patrick"- rtoengj
    C.itholic Church. Jemniott's Lang
    Miss l"earl Klaine Durant. daugh-
    ter or Mr. and M^- Robert llunmt
    of Bush Hall wai
    Ralph Francis llenrv WUllama, aon
    of Mrs. E. F. Williams-t
    latl I'ort-of-Spain. Trinidad
    and the late Mi. Thoma* H W I
    .lams and brother of Dr. BM
    The bnd.- who ^..s Kt*en in
    marriiige by her father, wore a
    dress of homton lace and nylon
    sheer Her Illusion veil was kept
    Mr, & Mrs KAI.PII WILLIAMS
    ^ JtST 4 MORE DAYH .'
    \5he J&arbatlos 3?layers
    PRESt- bTI
    THE THIRD VISITOR"
    IHreerl bv \nnette Daagsa
    AT THF,
    EMPIRE THEATRE
    rhurtd*) lltsi A Friday Il'UiM.30 p.m
    'l.n:. I rid.. l-'Ol^-iaa pjll.
    hsh papers "E\.n t*twtt and The Turn-
    had this *sy
    Munlr- M ,u, Wlt n,| M baffling plot."
    n iiineiiioii, md ihuninc ntertalnmrnt dellghlfuM>
    pal across."
    PRICtt in ADMISSION .
    \TC.HTSlr SI in.'si.M km.
    M \ I ISM I no J, oSc.
    i All S. .
    AN APOLOGY
    BOOKING OFFICE 01EN DAH.1 FROM &3u AM i
    i ORAL
    Ki>:i
    4 II K
    has
    been
    reopened
    Mrs. E. M. Slanton
    Manageress
    Pkaaie
    in72
    GLOBE THkATRE BARBADOS. 6tK Decembar. 1952
    The Management of the Globe
    Theatre Barbados through the
    medium of the Advocate lake.* the
    opportunity of tendering our sln-
    cerest apologies for any inconve-
    H-iieniv that mg) have beeD caused
    c> Mr Clayton Greenidpe popular
    Manager of Alfonso De Lima *
    Co, Ltd., Barbadoi
    on their recent visit to our Vaude-
    ville show on Thursday Dec. 4th
    1MB. For pUbBC information and
    clarification. 1 am to state that
    on the show in question, patrons
    were asked |o retain their half
    tickets in order that they misfit
    Ojiialify for the dm* D
    VA1JCYIUE cycle donati-.i freclv
    by tlic Agents Messrs CHKLSKA
    i-AHAtlE Mr i.reenidge iuid
    his party purchased box tickets
    for this show, but did not worry
    to wait Toi their halves, and in-
    advertently one of our attendant*
    . their half tickets, and
    iiMliring his mistake, this attend-
    ant unauthorised, wrote the num-
    uers of the tlckots purchased by
    Vlr. Oreenidge on a slip of paper.
    and handed if to Mr. (Ireenidge
    'r<- (i n| al the
    vamc tin
    Attend-
    ant though unauthorised; acted in
    but lid not notify the
    Manage! I Lr* of tht-
    At the d) I i stnge of
    the Theatre om el M
    idgg'fl tickets was drawn, and Mr
    Grernidaa, pragaoted
    the alip or rttneate aveai blm
    i iba Attendant The judge-
    ught rm advice on this, and not
    knowing the circumstances,
    u.nugh never doubting the fact
    that Mr GreeiUdge liad purchas-
    ed the ticket in question. I advis-
    ed that thi> i-1.1 not accept the
    It ROM'OS
    StOOTKKS
    CHAIR DISKS
    CANOES
    OOT TOY BAZAAR .s qn,t,- new this vear. nl. a
    selection -.1 hard wcarlni:. practical tovs that will
    prove lo be an invesluirnt fnr 1953'
    And what are VOtJ
    ciiiii;; for your little
    boy and "irH
    tNIMAL TOYS
    MERRY s
    TOT-CYCLES
    POMES
    Take advantage of our Xmas l^ayawav Plan:
    i' Down payment will hold votir piirrhase
    .......rhrta,ma* ": -anna, broad k.
    I'll,,ii.- 5I3S
    K. R. Illllllr
    & Co.. Ltd.
    slip as the contest called for
    actual half of tickets. Mr. Oreen-
    Idge's claim was rejected on this.
    After the show I was informed
    by members of my staiT about the
    Incident, but by then it was too
    late to rectify this mistake.
    I feel it my duty on behalf of
    the Attendant in question, and
    staff of this theatre, to make this
    ipology to Mr, Greenidge.
    There may have been no neces-
    slty t,. have this public announce
    meat as Mr. Greenidge's integrit>
    ,.s a gentleman is too well known.
    iiul nevertheless I personally re-
    gret the incident, and would be
    grateful if this apology would be
    accepted in the light in which it
    is given.
    MAURICE JONES. Manager.
    Globe Theatre.
    ft'*JF RECEMVEn
    R| NOWN SHIRTS
    Plain Cols. (Tan. Blur. Whitr) $4.48
    HKNOWN SHIRTSPlain Cola.
    (Tan. Blue Gray) ......... *4-*
    RENOWN SHIRTSPlain Cola.
    (Tan. Blue. Gray).......... %&M
    RKNOWN STRIPED SHIRTS $3.12
    HKNOWN PYJAMA SUITS
    $744. $8.74 & $8.1
    \1 VIIRKER SPORT SHHITS
    (Tan. Blue. Gray) $3.85
    ELITE SEA ISLAND COTTON SHIRTS
    (While Only) ..........$.
    SKY-SCRAPER STRIPED SHIRTS
    $3.07 & $3.18
    SI.CMBERTYME P.Y. SUITS
    $5.21 a $5.28
    WIIHrSWF P.Y. SUITS ............. SI0S3
    (Tan. Blue Gray) $4.53
    T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
    YOUR SHOE STORE
    Phont: :-; 4220
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    SUNDAY. Ull EMM I ;. laii
    -I so VV U>VOCATI
    PAGE THREi:
    \T mi iiMtit
    MYSTERY IN MUNICH
    II. C. H.
    For Amateurs
    Farm And Garden RHEUMATISM
    and agonising
    THE DEVIL MAKES THREE now | ttheGLoba -____. ,. .
    ( highly ndodn.....'h a plot that reveals the Jj, T^twi to' disturb 'he
    serious prublem n( postwar Nan fanatics. It is interesting pianu 100 often in our m1 tnd
    to note that the tilm shows clearlv the continuing reactions desire w improve tna garden we
    ol unreconstructed Hitlerites in terms of self-pity, arro r* * Io. uP-roo *?* ***.??!
    Ranee and conspiracy. The authentic backfirounds are a
    feature of the Bin) which was made in Germany, among
    the ruins of Munich, with scenes in Salzburg, on Hitler's peaceful
    -lanfc ..nd re-mas* n>ck-grden*
    and LhVpooU with the result thai
    rip garden never achieve* that
    famous "autobahn" and in the Bavarian Alps.
    Gene Kelly and Pier Angeli FRBNCHIK is a gaud), plushy.
    :ire larrrd in Story of an Amer- garishly mounted Technicolor
    ican Air Force Captain who ie- Western with little riding, tail* 'hey
    turns to Munich to find j par- plenty of gambling thinking, 'husi
    .-stabh.hed
    which
    By Agricoln
    MUM ACiKK I I.Tl M
    THAT W iive in a rapUly channin.; world
    cliche which fit* the picture wo presets t--.ia\ The
    title means what it says, however, ami '
    will be briefly indicated latex. Whatevei the medium
    used, an ample supply of water is tsjaentlal l \ which Io
    distribute the nutrients. Even if the met
    age oew, the iden is certainly not new Watei eulturi
    has been used advantageously by laboratnrv
    tors for many \**nrs in expo, in ental work demanding
    close and continuous obeervati >n n plant growIlL
    BACKACHE
    GONE)
    .1 so attractive
    Many plant*like many peo-
    ple disUke change, and when
    constantly <-hivied and
    i H different spots about the
    man family who saved hi* life in lighting and shooting Starring Harden they become unsettled and
    wartime. The only member left in this rowdy extravaganza are no P,aci* become* home.
    is the eighteen-year-old daughter Joel McCrea and Shelly Wlnler. l'* different however with
    who Is working in a cheap night- with an excellent supporting annuals for they are the Tourist .ctl(.-i mind, h-v* wher* etr-
    club. Unknown to the American, cast headed by Elsa UnthSter. of the garden .m.vmg fresh each ^ml arl^TTTiril thi ~T *x-
    wlth a gang of gold Ms. Winter, is toRj yagr.salt Am not matter bee g^lod profitably : scope of
    woman who take, over | Sw. I : 1-- 'I " mHm pUnl ^twm WhVthe*
    house m a fronuer year, the, are only bird* of pa.- t * ^ stimulated by 8
    hope, to find sage- *** *'> a"nuaj* popul-i accounts OS the floating hot
    of the E*t or the float? eh:
    Inn gra*. colonies of the
    k nowadays, commer-
    cial development* follow cloaeK
    on the trail of rea:*i.-h results.
    Is not surprising; that alert
    ,.i
    teas
    she is in with a gang of gold KB
    smugglers who lie working for *ouns
    a resurgence of Nazism in Gar- giimbl
    many. Through her, he uncover* lOWB *here she
    the gang, though the two of them her father', murderer* and * w!e Vben a .pot has been Jj* .
    nearly lose their lives in the awi.ge the killing to which the lofBd k Mil Certgla ****** * **"
    doing of It. ... an eye-witnes. as a d bed fo-
    The climax of the Sim lakes With her I. a bosom friend vesr after rear, If for instance,
    place in the Bavarian Alp*, with called Countess played by Petunias did well in one bed last -_.,
    IbriUlttf H-quences of the death- KImi Lancheitvi Frenchle of year. It's ien to one chance that
    defying motor cycle raci > the murder- thev will do equally well In the
    .1'. Hintersec. These scenes lead ers. and at the si-me time. In- aai ipi'i this year mnd the nme
    up to the flriiil.' lUy votvai ihe iherlfl ka murder ihmg applies to olher annuals,
    [limed In the BBQW lOtared nuns i ,r. rfPeertTi ii all comek out
    of Berchwgarten. A etlsM sea- in the wa-it Had she and Cum- But whvn it comes to establiah- _^
    mg, perhaps, but nnncthclean. the tst emergi- vlcUm. i ed planu such a* shrub*, vine*
    chase is exciting all the waj Hlghlignl 1 the film i. a and pre-annual*, once they are
    Ot-ne Ki ii, lag kuwea*eown drag>oui tight m the growing and flowering reasonably
    *hoes this time, and proves that alonn lielween Mils Winters and well kkavt them alone Such
    i:ill.v adept m a straight liana Windsor, where no holds plant* as vine, and hrubs ... .....
    dramatic. If you like that .an he trimmed back l a. ,*'V'. i>. ,
    He acts with skill and gives I kind of thing. time*, and so be controlled, and > ,; "! at
    persuasive characterIr.vi I M. :h, screen .,n QcfSiPMl cul to the ground Ue fl POi mosi
    t-d with tvtth tlneerttj and quiet material K not up n also be beocflcial. tmt, le.ve f Iha eonclae Inforotatttoe whuh
    humoirr. Pier An^eti. sullenly trd .-\iellent casl ti.e rooti undisturbed. follows It mag be of aomc in-
    POULTRY
    NOTES
    nu.-.-.t
    of the h.nic-mtf
    on. Is "i""ii to
    But. as a locirnt rcl*i
    Ba>irvin.- lt> i
    Marvlan.i of |
    Bun
    wonderful
    ; oajeehe
    a from the OH
    Station. l
    t.M Stal
    Plant Industry, states
    ing plants in water oi
    sand without the u*i- eg soil h;.-
    Intarlad siudenu of plant nu-
    tution nni otaM men for
    more than n centiu\
    We i
    -es In poultrv raising d
    pend upon
    i .I Um location.
    i
    :, ':
    ilkt following fo
    "Some years
    ago 1 began to
    (<<] l!,. -IT.*' '11
    houldar" Thro
    iril tn th* small of mv
    >ng until V.ev were
    of Krusohen an*l was iturprlaed to
    Kd that I got a lutlr
    ught another ami ^oforr |i was
    flDJabsd all my pains had I na
    Id mv arms
    Clna star
    OS, incr
    hat
    Leo>
    1
    moving ond beautiful
    dance-hall girl, has all her usual
    poignancy and
    Excellent photography, an
    effective musical score and good
    direction make this an enter-
    lalning and fasl-movlng melo-
    dramatic thriller
    ,-iYOff
    fully eaaesjgaed in
    crop piiuUi.tuHi Di
    i a lonivii

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    ". .i-l-l
    r in all atuvitM op*
    .1
    h ri
    I- ilM (IMf
    ''
    nfl o*it.m*n1 M0>i'!
    !-.,.*. um.n ran rodx i
    ..ri tn-
    I
    .. .,
    ...... II Hi
    u oi -i i m rrtaiai i
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    After the i
    sec him as
    i rnf|ro fro
    e friend
    s him to
    ban

    . ala -
    Tllr: LION AND tiik
    BOMB
    A new star make- hi
    ance In Barbadn
    to play the lead in TH1
    ANb THE HORSE showing at :
    the Pla/a Bridgetown. His name
    is Wildfire and he is a magnifi-
    cent black rtaiUofi who though
    he has never been baton the
    cameras until this film was made,
    performs with all the |
    finish of a veteran Sh. i ll
    ours with him are Steve Cochran
    and a delightful young nine-
    year-old mis*
    .Jackson. m
    Though a eoa
    plenty of hard ridim; excltemenl
    ihe story is qulta difTorent
    feeling from Ihe run-of-the-i
    wild horse western Thl
    lv photographeeriing
    quences are devoted i the rup-
    ture of the stallion and tl
    ing up of In-
    and arc packi
    'Xcltement.
    phui M ''-
    ti which I
    ii ranch :
    and trains him.
    amax of the picture ll the
    lielween the home and n
    raped rodeo lion, with Wild-
    e emerging the winner. In
    COntieg*, there BTO ->'ne de*
    I u-ling life on I HMO I I
    the coi-
    hov and the small child'
    Steve Cochran play-- the cow-
    boy, who Is beati with diffledl-
    ties to keep the horse, that he
    has taken Illegally, in onMf to
    save iu life, and boldi
    with ease again*! the CttW-
    vtealing pi I Wildllre
    .ijid Shelley JackSOO. Il is tht
    only warmly human role I have
    seen him in and 1 hop!
    be the last BhaUt) I rab i m
    nf some thirty pictures, and I*
    appealing and natural.
    Filmed In wan
    a spectacular baefcgro
    mountains, plains and
    acenlc beaut) of '*< picture is
    superb.
    rVKNCHU
    Um Plaza.
    Ground Orchids are among j,,,^
    ititac plsnt. which seemi to espec- lfcUllul rtll,.lt fuiM|1 .,, >lllldllII v.
    lally resem being disturbed <**-,,, vital Importano
    beras are another Both thcM i{ ., _, ^ limited
    planu sulk for ages 'f^jjsnna: un(| (i,I(
    , i iiaUi
    Sin......-porta that in (lie de
    cade lust World War 11. VTVl
    interest Spaa io.nl* tsfftSUO
    sforh at
    the Agricultural Experiment Sia-
    Callfornla. Indiana* New
    jersey an rat trials
    Mrete msilt with rireenhouse
    i i' p (botl ..I ii-ii i n'liiul and
    lesi with the ideti of lo-
    tvtth tbc neaad fot o-


    '. >i. -.in.
    I
    An Forces
    s. .
    pnii
    oth.-
    up-rooted and when re-planled
    Ibey are very sknv to
    and i" ',l"'1 flowering again.
    IVhSD gnittBd orchids get too
    thick, ami it seems to be absolute-
    ly necessary to do so
    about it instead <>t taking up the
    rp bulbs m iietwecn here and
    . ip the bed with
    fresh mould and manure, and see
    grorfcSi
    (M i-ouise (here is the piohlem
    of the g.rden which is under or --------------
    rear tree., hi sura sardsu Om watering d
    beds get so bound down and suck- Th(. Unite-i Btate*
    Dtl thai Ihe plants rannc fount! SO.II(
    be left un-distutned s Wog pe^ution ol vagaj
    t. warden. But all Ihe ,.,, ,,,.,, ,, ha.w
    _ same, d the u> | s l > n Atkinson -_
    i peon root, ang pianu-.that n*A*\, Brrti I wo Inna v
    at to say If tha oil ideapsMdeh and Japan At mi black soil ind willi manun 11 U ,>,. .,,, ,-. ,i gad, *'(
    lUeoal i real
    ijnriai ui a a lltions can thrive advaaiagaj ad begnaj ,.i>i.- t.> in-
    iiil.ii-tun ,1 ., ti......ii "ill g
    a good sraakl] urfaei raruag ggMd ,,i. .,.- und< pleta
    adal udcovw manj ol Us sasailar control
    ..... which can promptly be
    akin (mt and ihis w'th BOOd rhare ar
    watern'K and reguUr applieatiun- U|l.....
    .....
    I.. i b h meUnM
    a,e also best left ."!-riKnli..n
    ii a b i 1 i t
    .
    2 A .-ourkl prss


    pro
    TIC t.
    * A food Ing prograansM that
    : .
    quiremenu foi inauitanaaes
    and pro
    i use FtK'ii POIH is lora
    the kciikti of 1'..- Poult) K I
    er's Plan, suesaas in be obt
    tth any of the
    ii site

    ......
    itn
    Production profltg si
    . I b> the nu
    egg>. the

    maturity rtWS* r.i< ti I
    il .mid eon-
    t'niicri breadli
    .
    lagu .hick;
    ut m sni game ii I uivolvet
    I ! of st"** poultiy keepers specialise ng th'
    UOI oi
    markot i.
    mist mali
    l Mill' I |
    .ti- Con
    "I-- -'
    ful unls
    i rats
    n
    I ir.l-ll.'-l
    IlltU
    .Ml led
    retatsM
    i.r erei
    ut solu-
    i culture.
    ofwnleo;
    i-. i
    .... from thai day
    appeared again Mv pains rr
    nlminata and tba r*lt> f r-ll
    aarprtaad me "-T R
    KhPiamattc pains and bwkaeha
    are usually trie result of polaoss
    Ktha blood polaona which :sy
    ! and tired kidneys are
    falling to aipel. For these
    OompIalDta thara la no nnar
    treaimsnt than Kruaehen Ralta
    srhiih cleansaa all tba tnt-rnal
    organs, atlmnlatse tbam
    ntal healthy action and thua
    raatoraa fraahnaas and vigour.
    .,11 CbamlaU and atorea sell
    eVuaohsD
    BABY'S
    TEETHING
    need give you no anxieties
    There nre.1 he mo reetloaa nigbu, a* tassra, no kkaby diassfdaaa.
    if you have Ashton A Parsa* Intuits' Powders bandy.
    Mothers all over the world have found them ^xrUung aasd
    cuoling adjaj bal tbay am ABSOIXTEIY UFE
    ASHTON ft PARSONS
    INFANTS POWDERS
    Fashion's Vote
    of Approval
    \.\\ it.IIH
    ind go Fighiom in itrm
    tnd style mt) alwai
    digjigebul aslonga yu
    M) ln-i i\ 'VOUI i Inner
    ut [MTlumfi .in DtVCf be
    u mug.

    rani llh*i
    s- i hh i
    -.murlii-i
    Mtruo n
    I DtltMHIB

    Shoukl i <
    vith

    *. -IUi
    jam aai
    MM \Kt
    hniUilil..! Il.l
    * ll" ll
    .ind .o t
    nd is
    I ,1 1IX..
    I *flalt*
    men ol us ixw ou
    :
    i-ii.ii.I*i nbl hjIIimh U
    tf Omil. I.
    iii.ii \u\ ;i i- Miarn * "rhf^1
    Nrilher p|#v.ir*bls itrnt all Iwsafiii
    ix, so b* " ' -''' SSB1
    n iln--f" ii

    . i i i -i
    Should one plant moi
    h" than th< i- ii' i IhP '.n Io niono-
    cpjlle possi-
    tandSI by dii.m.. Wat
    ii : 'i-.....li ind T* m"- .
    cutting uul leaves withoui OsS-
    i lbs r-*i of the pool.
    Roek-g;irdens too ,an he weed-
    ed back and hVI DTI *
    led without redoing Wit-
    whole thing for many a long day
    Anthun ims aLso dislike beiiiR
    tier lot asatti mH B I

    .id riahUi mknl4 lassw,
    . N iu*ii loi
    Rulhaal* '< All!"
    have to
    uapsakdad i
    by means of wire netting <>r adap-
    table rloth. The geaVutlon must Ik-
    uiti.io- aerated t.. ip| Hh
    not nf QMJgmL In
    th.- Mii.-n i iRuti'>n method, watei
    i qos rete i tasedb di gtveaei
    .the i
    ml
    U railier tislv lrHgOth.ii with t.uti,.-. ...Into.,,
    : :"li""u?i- ^...... M- I
    esi flower i ihi Mthurtuxn paa
    ,-.-. ..nd lik'-- '
    roots above around Ttie old
    nif U'l well alone" could rasily
    be applied to ihe garden. It is
    good advice._____________^
    t
    i. ptOi
    gqt iient.su
    m. reka, roo U
    t plan IM d to
    it IIS li
    ( ,.! ho-
    "" a i
    ;";'"", nve trssfSM ol .li-.aaae net:-
    to i...... I la*
    lavoh o
    The WlH oll rai
    ouaee of proven
    m
    i.....Mrv keapi
    s 1.1 ti i. a .i l
    t land) I ratloi
    I for lid
    i.i d oi i
    solution breading
    " illoi icceed
    i pound .1 CUI
    '-" .FJltS fc poultr, i
    Uonaolo
    i iMii.ici of the n.e-
    cuMui.
    ui n < i lasts
    .....
    nd il Esfl -1...... Ibey "** ^SfSS 'T"!v-.
    Inue flowering bm| sltei ";! .
    .,,.. nhfive the soil m I"*"'* ni..len,il nf aulSatDli i"
    J T.l\L W i.m...... with nu..... -rfutl
    This methi
    vance on the OtSUM
    'ma; the l*
    siilutloi. .'
    -
    ki pt in elreuletleri asd
    This w..- i i
    I tilled M i
    , gsstrui
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    ii suited In a story of small score*
    during tin we:, kfferoay made tnc Kensington wicks'.
    Ive to spin and whatever the b<>M lei I
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    bC.L (layers who have of necessity been unable to show thcmselvr-
    lor purposes or consideration fm> liarbados and preejresttveL) senior
    I Nl \MII.I\KITV
    T^IE BX I- In Uafeh in displayed a pardonable un-
    familurity with ncn-perfect wictnM concUl hi being
    the art) of VI shoulo
    .. .1-1 haw t-e*n 150.
    tir.N Daniel used his feet and
    tie bull I ..
    I wi.uld be rash
    Ing most of the other
    'Living done so.
    ,u( |M nit of
    nobbtfh either in my
    > to teams and men and
    I am hoping that thi
    B.CX i' : observation* at
    i rtlvt I can see no
    reason why spin bowlers. Sobers.
    Una* I VI ott himself
    :. allowed to bow".
    Without an cXli.i
    .t.d a long ob The B.<
    urn ..Mowed this and virtually

    tu.n in rungcttlng
    I prefer to err with Frank Wool-
    lev rather than shine with any
    l L.n exponent of the game
    in the Theory that a half volley
    is a hall volley whether It comes
    out of the hands of an IdJ
    a leviathan.
    < I\MM.
    NO MASON
    ,.. i i, ii taman, on a wicnet mat
    X was admittedly taking turn, Lut which was provteUng a sound
    foothold for the batsmen, it -add not n*ve attacked toe bowlers ana
    :;i4(c balls to the boundary wh.. ,icaerrteo
    It mhu to have been a lamentable cM Df Intel OTIt) i
    . figures returned b> poi "uld navv boe"
    tring and certainly more inottcativa <>f Uwlr relative thrust.
    Left arm bowler Sobers bowled witn rare capacity for iPJP. ru
    || .i linger spinner <>( the ol i ibi
    Early in tne game, altiiougn the WICet svas helping him con-
    sidvrably. he wai still breaking tOO much to net a touch alUWUgh IM
    beat the batsmen time and again.
    BBST SPELL
    His best SPILL io mj opu the p fvUion aa
    he was bowling into t!- Wind Ul I do not know wnt pi
    Clyde to eba
    l ii. rj wai too low and ha was too
    quick ihroug'i the air to luie batamaB out "f their creases.
    Ii was Dot paca bowiafi wiekat but Barkaz mado p ol
    his pte-lunch spell nnd shared the bowling honour*. King wai much
    loo short In his early lunch he worked up K<-l
    pace and a commendable measure of direction so that he was able
    to secure two late wickets.
    I should certainly -'ive liked to have teen both Bl K
    brought on after lunch and "Uoogie WllUami too might hava neen
    asked to experiment under thgia condition'. After all it is a Trial
    game and we should see what we should see.
    IM V BAT
    T^'IE B.C.A.'s batting seem to have been completely overrated
    under these conditions. Thciv was an hour foil hir play and
    many of them had clwnijod. perhaps |baj had fiHitotten that after
    ttu> bad appltad tha rolltr between inn to* run had peeped
    out that the wicket would start to ind be I'vcly. Tins was '
    <*! batsman like t ammie Smith Brat was forced into playing
    Into the gully and being tnlawd befora ha was t.wled.
    Conrad Uunta wai victim ol tha late outawlngar that roaa uneom-
    i ';...' \Vil,i .i goog . h. i*. was out
    it ona bo playad down into tha
    i)c Pauta ol tha eagle eye x<>' bowlad with on woll up whan bo
    obviously was looking fur a "snorter" and ii was left to Roy Marshall
    mad lain Iniunga. and vv..i.. >ti to abow what la man
    raaponalblO cricket. The blunder, the one that rose from a good
    li-r.gth aliil the OAC that could be amotharod only with the Ik-Iv WOJ
    dealt with In correct and profitable rotation jn<( so Inoj WOTO bagOtbOl
    at a time when the situatHn. mothlng
    barrassing if the B.C.I. l> .....red to axplolt
    their early Invasion of the bastions ol the B.C A Hitting dafonoo.
    ki nr) i. IMPRESSIVE
    RUDDER who has bowled wild sutce** for B.C.A
    at B.C 1. teams foi the pact His pace
    is just above medium fast but his accuro ......n. When
    he found the wicket was helpful to him he never looked *
    i.: uttack he v/u rewarded and i! Ii nunnrj
    through his effort that the game has at praaont aoOjUtred OttM prom-
    iso of equal combnt.
    I warned readers yesterday not to be too optimistic about the
    admittedly laudable achievement ,,f South Africa in dismissing
    seven of the flower list banbuaj of then tirst Test of th. South African tour of Australia.
    1 pointed nut thai the Waal In* tea bad oven dismissed Australia
    for 220 under similar circumstances and Jiad still bowed the knie
    In the same Test.
    rha Australians went on to ROTO but ?even runs for the .wo
    I wickets which gave then ., total of 280 but the South
    Africans in their turn could Onlj raba) S2\ runs in their own flrt
    innings.
    Although i preuiitiw it. I thin* thai rtudanta of the game will
    agree with mo that this teat slum, the veraatUlty an i i. ol
    the AiKtralian bowling attack that ha* made them World crli
    number one.
    K!N<; TOPS
    Here we l\nd that the pace bowhnu machine comprising Lindwall,
    Ad Bill Johnston failed to aatablish itself, at least
    as the devastating force it was against the Weft Indli
    on the other hand. Doug Ring, a slow splnnei could till the breach.
    Iba moiit of the prevailing c-mditions and take 8 WUlketl for
    11 runs
    smith i\mca daaarn afforl but they can
    Ui Australia having established a 61 run lead.
    the aneket beginning to tPke spin and the game but two dai old
    .t B.C.A. vs B.C.L. At Kensington
    B.C.I.. l-l Inniii:;.
    lit \ (lor 1 wickets)
    M
    21
    AFTER LOSING the tosa, BC.L. in their lirst innings
    were dismissed fur 91 runs bv the B.C.A. side under Cap
    Utn C. L. Walcott yesterday, the first day in the Annual
    RCA -BC.L cricket fixture which is being; played at
    Kensington Oval. At the end of play, B.C.A. had lost four
    bail wickets including Conrad Hunte 0, C. B. William^
    0 and C. Smith 6 for H runs.
    A good crowd witnessed the .i ball wntch be bit to mid oft
    tirst day's play which was marked away Irrno 'Boogies" Williams,
    with some brilliant fielding when In bobcr's tenth over Rogers was
    the B.C A. players were on the given out leg before.
    field But the international play- Skipper Kenneth Goddard went
    ersEverton Weekes. Clyde Wai- in and was off the mark with a
    eott and Roy Marshall had the four.
    .ers for it was apparent Al |UIK.n ,,mc thP score was 72
    . brought the crowd S)f lhe lo%t ot 51X ^jehetj w,.j,
    .el who went at number 0lxtdard 8 nol w, Bnd Pmdcr
    Bva in the batting order top- ,6 A ,
    ! thedenext On the" resumption Sobers 111
    bVst score of 20 wJ, bit tol :.:nued to bowl from the screen
    SndeTB Hog h.Mh" only" ate f& ^SST ."^ ^^ T
    m the BC.L. mnings. King again to bowl to Kennel-
    The wicket was affected by rain goddard. Goddard survived a les
    and the pacers had the batsmen More appeal but the wicket snu
    uncomfortable. Pacer Barker and becoming easy.
    Sobers each took three of B.C.A. At Wicket
    the B.C.L. wickets for 8 and 33 The BC.L. first innings ende,
    . pectivcly while rr-n* m i tw b.c.a opened then
    King took twn for 13 in nine innings at 4 35 p.m. witn Ro,
    tBd two balls. Marshall and C. Smith. Rudder
    In the B.C.A. innings S. Rudder M.m d(IW |n,. rlrst ovl.r and po,,.
    and It, Rogers made most of a ccded two rurl5 Rogers bowled
    aoond over and only conceded
    i i run. Smith hit his tirst foui
    in Rudder*i s.-mnd over.
    r r^iF ^ == jsr d,e,,iveryha n:i :rse
    B.CA has scored 21 runs for dropped him a. third llp. The
    the loss of four wickets in reply ne*} oa" smith was caught by
    [,. score of 91. artctflrl fcSJipar Clarke. C. Hunte
    The Plav followed only to be caught b>
    Clyde Walcott. skipper of the "" ,he howling of Ruddei
    DC A. XI won the toss and sent or duck......
    the BC.L XI to bat in their first Dc Fella joined Marshall and !u
    innings on a wicket that was was on* the mark with a single
    affected by rain. Rudder was getting much out of
    ml. opened with McCaliister the wicket but in Rogers third
    .nd Hinds to the bowling of H. over De Pei?a was bowled. Score-
    Ilarkei and Frank King. Both board read 1231.
    jf these bowlers were nol getting c. B. Williams went in after
    OOl ol the wicket and De Pei2a to stop the collapse. H-
    Barkcr in his first over sent Nx>k n,5 nrsl bal[ (rom Roge
    down long hops which dela>ed illld watched this carefully on to
    I of the BL A. .-ickets. Rudder
    Has bowled BUI oven, two maid-
    ens and eight runs while Rogen
    quite a bit.
    In Barker's second over and
    second delivery, McCaliister was
    caught by Frank Kmg as he
    attempted to pull a long
    the boundary. KcCellstb
    thiic.
    G. Sobers followed McCaliister
    Out his timing was not good and
    his bat. Rogers third over was
    maiden and he took the wicket
    Of De Peiza In this over. C. B.
    Williams, however. was caught bv
    Daniel off the bowling of Rogers.
    He did not score.
    Skipper Walcott followed Will-
    m< and he took the first ball
    issed the lona hop. He was, "'om Rogers. Rogers also was get-
    ,:k with a 'mg much out of the wicket and
    In King's second over hOf** Walcott and Marshall in
    Hinds was dropped by Week
    i tim-
    id slip when
    through there. Hinds
    to force away King but h
    ing too was not good.
    When the score was 4, Sobers
    in trying to get over a rising ball
    in Barker's third over edged
    through to skipper Walcott
    second slip to end his stay.
    heck,
    edged At the end of play. B.C.A. haj
    i,-as trying scored 21 for the loss of four
    dceta, Walcott not out 1 and
    Marshall .iot out 13.
    IX A.
    I.I S.INf.ION
    Ehlia.
    aii ,
    OVAI.
    b c l ibt nrmtftM
    t O MrCalllil-r c Klna t> Barker
    Darker at ti.i.s'stagewarbowling Z ^k;^ "I1"^,,!:';^,,,
    nt steady length but not wiib r nmi*i k m b wimi
    ,,uch ,. Scoreboard rc.1 4- ,. % ^B
    i ... rant In alter Soliers and ii QodiUrd n mil
    he ii .. began in a shaky way. ' Jg!4** -.2! .. , -
    i an.i'.hei uieket ? ll!?SLi.W52S b "
    .!- I I nke ,.t two edged through to
    wicket-keeper IVI'ei/.t who made
    no mistake in taking Ing Oaten.
    Scoreboard read 632.
    C. Daniel joined Hinds at the I
    wicket but he was not so comfor-
    tabla aga Dai Barkar Hinds was
    one.
    iiov Marshall who relieved ;
    Frank King from the -creen and ,
    bowled his over to Daniel who i
    took a (Ingle olT the fifth ball. M
    Barker still continued to bowl but c SlnMh ,.
    leeaakvnally be delivered a long c n*i <
    nl -lokrt. l-i S4. s<
    *t 7 Ig; i| tSt.
    BOWLING ANALYSIS
    Walcott
    c a ivr norneoa
    hop whieh delayed <|utte a bit.
    Daniel got his first four off the
    last ball of Barker** dxth over.
    Rowling Change
    it brought on
    Sobers of Police XI in place of
    Barker. He sent down his first
    over to Daniel and beat this bats-
    man with three deliveries. This
    wa m il len aver.
    Sobers sent down three overs
    and Skipper Walcott bowled In
    hli place. Wnkottl Ural over was
    .. 'n.iiilen.
    It ml 2.45 p.m. and the score-
    . I 2032. The 20 runs
    had keen scored 'n 70 minutes.
    i..:....
    B Wllliami < Panl*
    ' 41 t>ot out
    I- ll.-Kl i .
    Toll ilor 4 waSSSW ...
    ol wicReU: 1 11. 2 II
    BOWLING ANALYSIS
    ll.td .-
    aacKBr rt nn r
    To-day Yorkshire Cricket Club
    will engage Wallridgc Cricket
    Club In a friendly cricket match
    at Friendship playing field at 1
    When his score had reached 24. o'clock
    Daniel was caught by King at The tcama are as follows:-
    deep mid wicket off the bowling (Yorkshire) O. Barrow, (Capt.),
    Of WalCOU in the last ball of his E. Brathwaite, I. Havnes, K.
    third over. Payne. W. Brathwaite, T. May-
    Rogers (oiited Hinds. Hinds was nard. C Clarke. F. Straughan. C.
    still on the defon Clement. L. O'Neale. E. Clarke.
    Th.- wicket was playing a bit (Wallridgc): C. White. (Capt.),
    better now. Sobers took It's first D Brathwaite, I W.ekes. W
    wicket as he had Hinds caught by ionea, C Bealy, w. Roach, o.
    Walcott in hi^ ninth over Score- Taylor, E. McColliii. R. Pilgrim,
    board read 44510. E. Layne. C. Weir.
    Tinder who followed after Hinds The match continues next Sun-
    was off the mark with a single day.
    RACING IS BIG
    BUSINESS
    ffY tl< H Ik II.
    . ^-__ WITH the entry nf ITS horses for the Trinidad
    fi ^_t^ Christmas Meeting, racing in thi South Caribbean
    _Jbe**T*Y takes on a look hul. expect-
    tfWUk ^B mg for years, lut ... been den.wng
    f ^B*asT*affaT wuld ever come about. No longer can It be said
    / ^y 71 that r-cing in the H W I only looks as if it is big
    ' f ( f \ business4t is big business today.
    ^^^^L^^^^i It is bursting at the seams and of course neither
    the tracks nor paddocks which were built when
    our fathers were either young men or boys in short pants, can accom-
    modate it today. This goes for the stands and enclosures as well,
    (n those bygone days I horses at a Barbados meeting was a lot and
    Iwice that number in Trinidad was a bumper crowd
    Right now there are so many horses being trained in Trinidad
    hat accommodation at the Queen's Park paddock for horses from
    other Islands has been limited. Only those who have taken tntry for
    he classics are guaranteed a stable during the meeting and It has
    '>een hinted that in future not even these can be guaranteed aecom-

    This is an unfortunate state of affairs. But the Trinidad Turf
    Jlob and the rest of the racing men in the South Caribbean have
    inhodv else to thank for it than those people who a few years ago
    -ould not see further than their noses. The fact that racing Is still
    arrlcd on at Arima on the original spot also denotes that that par-
    icular club has its share of short sighted members. Although ou.
    lumbers in this island may not be as large, it can also be that we are
    imllar In this respect.
    When will racing men learn? The Trinidad Turf Club, of all the
    duk. in th. *..tir<- fttitiOt W- Indion. had Inc most golden opportun-
    ity for procuring a new track during thr war years But they let it
    slip by listening to the advice of those who >aid: "boys if we get the
    lease of the Savannah we are safe", The same man who was instru-
    mental In getting them the lease uneotal in making them
    abolish the mile and a half distance for the Governor's Cup. Those
    who have West Indian racing at heart will not remember him kindly
    for it.
    The day has come when the tpoea which the lease covers has run
    out. The day has come when In spite ol :.,i.,i and what
    ever other improvements one cares to mention, the Queen's Park
    Savannah can no longer be the home of Wist Indian racing if it is
    to keep on expanding
    And what has caused this great Increase in numbers of horses?
    One would think thai with the new policy of barring the Jamaican
    Creoles from the classics it would have meant a decrease in numbers.
    Hut the buyers it seems are more numerous than ever and it is the
    British thoroughbred being Imported from England that is responsible
    for the increase There are now more horses between A and C2 than
    there ever have been and I find that there is a distinct tendency amo* g
    breeders of bloodstock to regard this with disfavour.
    BREEDERS IN DANGER
    For myself 1 must sav I share their fears if the present situation
    Is allowed to continue or grow worse. For it will mean that racing will
    take on the same aspect which It ha; In countries like Venezuela,
    where the imrorted horse provide- pMM in-.U. the bulk of the numbers
    in every race that is run. However much such countries will steal the
    limelight In International racing spheres by purchasing horses that
    cost $40,000 nr more, they cannot claim to produce a better type of
    locally bred thoroughbred than the B.W.I and when one thinks seri-
    ously about it it is a remarkable state of affairs. What happens to all
    the thousands of expensive horses which find their way to these coun-
    tries and leave no progenv behind them. There must be a great de-
    mand for horse beef somewhere
    So. too. if we are not careful the buyers will continue to flood the
    local arena with imported horses and the breeding of creolcs will fall
    back to where it was in the nineteen twenties. Of course I am not
    suggesting that the importation of horses should cease. This in Itself
    would be a blow to breeding in the B.W.I. But I am suggesting
    that the two things must go side by side and the present action of the
    T.T C. In hinting that in future stables will not be found for en-
    trants for classic events can well turn out to be a mortal blow to
    B.W I. breeding.
    The T.T-C. must realise thai they have to expand. They must
    also realise that the stakes for classic races must he raised until
    'hey are well above that of any fixture for 'he imported.*.. It is not
    sufficient to have throe classics a year and claim that they worth
    more than the B and C class races and in some cases even the A.
    There are about ten or twelve races for (lass C alone during the
    course of the year. Is it strange therefore that the buyers want Im-
    ported* ad not the creolcs? The dice are still loaded In the former's
    favour.
    THE MAIN EVENTS
    In all this welter of name* which constitute the 175 entered foi
    Christmas, the classics have singularly small fields. The Derby I
    see has attracted 10 and of these only throe or four seem wortny of
    note These are Bright Light. Colombus. Cardinal and possibly
    Cavalier. First Admiral might prove the unknown qunntity until we
    Fee the tapes fly but one can hardly regard such as Dive Bomber,
    Daisy Brown. The Ambassadress. Meditation and Gallant Hock as
    forming any particular kind o( thi
    The great OJMOUon is still whether Colombus will have improved
    sufTlciently to give Bright Light a hard light. I still see no reason to
    doubt his capabilities. I understand, however, that in certain quar-
    ters it Is felt that some trouble which he had earlier in the year
    aught hamper him and that he must get over this trouble before he
    has a genuine chnncc in the race.
    I was not here whrn Colombus had this trouble but from what I
    have been told I am forced to the conclusion that people who think
    like this are stupid. No horse with any ailment from frog to shoulder,
    could have run on the iron going at the Garrison Savannah on the
    last day of the November meeting and survived. Colombus old it
    twice and as far as I know is in perfect health. Although, personally.
    I do not mind if this liltlcspate of propaganda makes them leave bim
    alone in the betting. Those of us who have contldence in him will
    then be able to make a little more.
    The Breeders' Stakes has seventeen on the list. Most of the
    names mean nothing to me. Being awav for both the Barbados
    August and Arima meetings I missed most of the two-year-old season.
    Quite a few of them I imagine ran at these meetings.
    However, 1 soe that there arc two Sams in the race, the first
    being our Apple Sam and the other being Uncle Sam. The former
    should be the favourite while the latter's only criterion seems to be
    that his name suggests plenty of money and therefore he might hit
    the jack pot. I have also heard that Faerie Queen is very highly
    regard by her stable Jockey Eric Holder and of course I know Super
    Jet's form from the November meeting. But the others will be all
    dark horses as far as I am concerned.
    The Governor's Cup rather surprisingly produced a field cf 18.
    I had thought that Abu All and Landmark provided the bulk of the
    rood ones in this race. But I see that Hope Dawns is down ami surely
    on her recent form she should be favourite. I notice that It r. nld
    there has been an offer of 2.000 made for her from Veneula.
    [ Barring the stallions as stud what other horse in the South Caribbean
    111 worth 12,000?
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    BONMT, UK I MIHII I, lM
    M \lll\ AIHIll \ll
    i'\i.i nvi.
    Misadventure Verdict
    In 6- Yea r-otd 98 Dea th
    S \ it mm I Soettl
    XpfH'Ot
    A NINE-MAN JURY ywtcnUj returned i verdict of
    death by misadventure tu His Worship Mi G B GrlAUl t.l IM. \lill>
    Acting Police Corontr >t District "A" when lb* incjui
    into the death of Sheila Eastmond. a six-veai-nld g&] ol /"t .
    >t. Michael was concluded at the District V*<)TOllilIlOIl
    > i Aanual
    A Police Court.
    Sheila Eastmond died t the
    General Hospital five hours after
    she was detained there on Not 29
    suffering from extemivc burns on
    her body.
    r*. A. S. Ashby said ho
    performed a post mortem exami-
    nation on the bod> ..f six-year-old
    Sheila Eastmond on Nov. 30 n
    the Hospital IgflghlBlJ
    that there were extensive burn
    on the chest, chin and face.
    In his opinion death was duo air
    Music Exam.
    Results
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    gratefully received
    .
    town II
    and an
    At Hi- Annual General Meeting OfBcial Collect"! i
    promised io let you know at ft*
    DFX 7 NO. 253
    TOPICS
    BY
    JOE & ROBERT
    Plans
    The result pf the
    , : .U- |

    herself U'* B .. \
    soon as possible what the Guide*
    of ihi i Empire ^
    Mkod to .io for the H
    id guard of ih.- Royal hoilg'ni SB2?"rSl :' ,hi> -
    rn, Music's fbeorj Examination Ch..,l' c^'*' *"'*-
    fhfcfl w. held <*, Oetober 25. f5^a,.U!eB *"* ^^ wa" ""
    follows __ Oti'OP ho> Cm-nation is a pei- Mrs >. '. i
    to shock and pneumonia "follow- __ .. 1 RrlLW^Ll
    ing extensive second degree bums.
    Carl Alleyne identified the
    body of Sheila Eastmond to Dr.
    Ashby. The girl was hi* child and
    used to live wiih him at Watkins
    Alley. St. Michael.
    Edna Clarke of Watkms Alle\.
    St. Michael said on NO* ID shOUt
    2.30 p.m. Sheila Eastmond was at
    her home helping her to cook
    some food.
    While she (Clarke) wan pour-
    ing kerosene oil into a stove
    Eastmond wno was standing next
    to her was burnt a* big flare " H E 3m,1, G VI; O. Y tJ^^m
    went up from the stove. Eastmond Smith. G. VI; G. E. Walcott. G. SuW ,
    WM Ujen to the General llosp J>- T.a> tor. 0. VI. 0 M.
    tal and detained. Daniel. G. VI T. E. Grunt, G.
    To the Jurv Clarke sai,| ,h;.f 1V- C OretBidfJO, .; IV; It. W.
    there IS a standpipe quite near to ('handler. Q. IV: A F King. (.
    her house. IV; L. S. Lord. G IV. J M Hose
    Audrey Drakes |7) Of Walk.n* fff** <: W M * Smdh. Q
    Because ihe Q
    a Glnde her C< ifiialion I
    H
    ___ Bros G Hi H t Carl
    Ranger, i
    miMlener in the British Common- '-''> *" '
    t.rahtm C. V r. IT r niw.rt" *''-'"" and Empire and each Oft* Mri It Greaves
    ' I M. Mamwng
    A Guides will be Mr. A T. King
    L, A. Chad
    our mm throuk-hnit th Bl Us* N > Howell
    Ud 10.001
    Ihe Bum lit- ad .fn BoeKerv (<1wl !'
    Blvi .cf"-i. r to loyalvj i Oardinei aumih s.oo
    d-votion. to hei M|PM* Ifueeii Heiuert A Watson Ltd S.OO
    Elizabeth A Co. Ltd
    So i Invite you ail ' rHttJo <> >> Modi ft CO Ud 2.00
    ."oroii it :.. i*if
    Quasn We -t WALTEH MOHHIS
    I'aplls af Mr Gerald Hurts..".
    m. 1. a ma m
    N. P. Cumberbatch. Q v. J,
    rpil of Mr. M r .i,'. ,..
    ATI M
    Mr. E. Handle? a v
    l'l"s of the I rsulltir CoOveKI
    C. D. VW|u, c; i; f l'.,-. [
    o. i; j. steel, <; 1 b
    II; T. A. rrfurcati Q I
    I'iioIK f Mi M. Grfffltk
    B. C. Lowe. G. VI: C,
    di&hBA ih&
    Sift thai
    Wian
    Alley said that while
    waa standing nee
    Clarke's house
    IV.
    ";;' J. F Ward. G. IV; V. Hope.
    Nov %\ Or* g.-gfl---Jf.q. '" M. A
    cauihi Eastmond's dix*ss and sM "ffl<*f- t-' I S 9* R.,'";;"1k !,' *-' ""all choose our
    tEast-nond) ran out of the house. UK^^^'fi?-n' i"l M ^ "" '
    She was taken Io the Hospital E;_ r5"nton;.G_,,L' D. A- ^'"r* Back in their own 11
    . HoslnHa]
    and deuiined.
    At this stan Hut Worsh
    med up the facts of the Inquest
    to the Jury who returned *
    <'iet of death by m sadvenli
    Police Band At
    Queen'* Park
    At Queen's ParK this afternc
    the musical prop-.
    Police Band begin
    our country, and <* shall try
    Show the OjMaHtatl wtueh m<
    Guule-llW
    the real Guide spiritand to make
    It useful, beautiful and gay.
    tteoausa wm art ; fT-flung com-
    1 wild Kreat diversity
    Sf conditions and opportunities.

    pack In then own neifbb iirnood
    plan, and during that tim< I
    ke-u record card*. Tt-
    Oardl will be available from I.II.Q.
    and the opportunities which have
    been found for aorvica to the
    N'W '{ami All
    1.1 ^-*i s ,f> '"f M or the very !]" ,p "' ^T1"", Th* *'' aw
    UllCllsflly < .MUriUM'l S young, whatever service has been J^r\ TZ ',
    * M iiiteomc of our own particular
    DURING the longest recess the 8taB*- w"' h'" wTltte
    ' prog 1
    OVsssnnL
    Le Hoi D'Vvi
    Sl'ITE rri mihtart Itxnd
    OPtitATir F.xrrRi-Ts
    Walteri e*,M *ec Wfc
    EniiiH-t^Nimpta- Vtll f n
    ULSCT1 .n
    Ui Contss n-H"ffm..r;, ORrni
    ui-sciur-Tivs naca
    In 11 MoHaitvrr Oarden K*t
    EOVPTIAN XBRCNADE
    Amina u,
    MARCH iF THF IT .1
    lolanihr ,.n
    liVMm ao a* m oi. Jarn1
    lajiusi I
    down
    DWd by
    >e.ir. workmen have been build- P"'1' *, Dtt-
    ing a small room behind the ''"''. DrvWOBi and Counties
    SpenkcrV ehair The Chj.mlvr lhl ts "" 'Ulline of tlie plan
    is beina: cleam-d and the Boot wh,rh I hilrt *"< honour to lay
    scraped. before Her Majesty the Queen.
    Seats In the House are to be *nrt "* nOPn tolil '"* '"
    -varn lihed indeed aceeplable 10 h"i She hu*
    The Band wflTbo "Jnder* CaZ! Hou"o'f%Arse'rnr I
    :. E. Ralson
    The programme is as follows:
    The House w< oaaaNov '"r""'r Urtimassd that she srovkl
    18 and will moot inln Dec. 16 lOOMvO ^>y_ t,h pleted
    gain
    Work !- expected tu be
    M then
    N I
    I H 1
    tlOD SAVR THE. QtirCN
    ^S/. Micfiaet
    ' "in l,i,,t'iI Choir

    eirds. 80 n may bi the raeei I
    card from TOUT company or pack LMsmaW Chaka
    WMOh will prove |o Im< one whirh i> s
    1 """
    M^irt, '. I
    With the whole of life to ChoOH
    K*r ^ tMiruiii'Li
    /orship Mr. G. B, Griffith
    g Polict Magistrate of Dis-
    trict "A" vesterday lined Edward
    Griffith of Thorpes Land. St.
    James. 2 to be paid in 14 days
    or one month's imprisonment with
    hard labour for wounding Oscar
    Forde of Gtoba Land. St Iflel 1
    on his left ear with a stone.
    The off nice was committed on
    December 4.
    Both men had ,1 light after an
    argument and in th< tight Griffith
    took up u stone and stria-k Fordo
    on the U-ft ot '
    Sgt. AUcync attached to Cen-
    tral Police Station prosecuted for
    the Police from Information re-
    ceived.
    The St.
    Choir ha:
    Michael Combined
    Hlet wi|.t your palruli
    , ew will choose
    0 much to do. an morn
    Or Jut! plain dr-anne?*
    ,,.. to bo turned into beauty, so many
    KLss
    Bartrcrarsi ^r^
    .ho ,puo, cnTO,,., 0. '.,;
    fat
    believe Uurt ou
    YESTERDAYS
    WEATHER RgPORT
    YEHTERDAV
    Rainfall from Codnngton. Nil
    Total Rainfall l .1 month to
    date: 290 ins.
    Minimum Temperature: 72.0
    r
    Wind Velocity: 9 mil*" per
    hour
    Barometer (9 ami 29.897
    111 IB) 29870
    TO DAT
    Banrise: 61 a m
    Banstt: B.aft pm
    Mooa: Full. December 1
    Lighting 6JK) p.m.
    High Tide 7 40 a.m.. 7.13 p.m.
    Low Tide. 12.57 a.m., 1.06
    .I in any other any. n *i'i bo
    sbow thwt
    i wnnn mmm uuidol Itavi- passeil that way.
    The uceasion will he marked -""- '' opportunrUi Will HMp within oncst I
    ?'o.i p.,1 5 in line with tain nuTnber h.v tUiJr i .' i .. ." ,1" ,u' '" ,h" Til-'
    when the choir lea i,v th, *'' h,'','' '"
    '" ,u" ;.r.d gay. All those who tab* pan d* MtQ. 1
    :n th.s Trlbyta will i-
    wear on thoir uniform the Ouwa i
    -ii n Symbol. I H . i Bi Itoaei th*
    acj thouftri ,,,; in hi i'" onl io thai the gre:tt company Ol CulOes I1-, aim is In prc-serv<-
    rhoulrt cnTie together In this W*d
    in thought and deed, to prepare Ihi
    s. ,,iir lands that they may be fairer v. ill be IW feeing 01 COm-
    ar^f f,.r ihe 'or the Coronation of our Queen." petition between, or evj
    he Uav Two Symbol 1. th differ, nt lecoril:. Ill
    weJ etatlMMd A cloth badge, with a design of offered."
    ductor, Mr. Egbert S. llcCleaj
    will offer music lover i rlcj
    programme of music.
    *Qoe Way* Street
    Swan
    Yesterdi
    made a "one w
    greater part t
    Police comtabh ,
    at the bottom and lop of the street Cr. wn ind TratoU, will be avail- II it hoped
    dlrcct.ng traffic. able M Guide Shops to be .....- will aerioualy c
    Traffic waa only allowed io elite, m uniform bj Ibon whoar< taking Lady Strathedani wti
    Swan Street from the Milkmarkei part in the CoronaUon Tnimt. -.,it tliuikmn ami pi aim
    side in order to get through to plan. This symbol may also I i have monil
    Koebuck and other nrai '' *' "' > " *>'*'< "
    These police constables were done to show that u m part of thi cau Trlbut II wiaadarftil
    always kept busy, as many Tribute It inn* be i1 "' iUa
    motorists were unaware of the flowers, painted on the wall ol rywham sVlII
    sudden change. hall Which has l>cen daCOratM "t IM MBM
    No Quorum At Hcuiing
    Board Meeting
    A meatliuj of Ihe Housing Board
    whuh waa seiiaduled '^r raster-
    day did not take nbca >'
    war no quorum. Men -
    eaUnJ wen-
    Mr. H. A. TudOr, Mi. J. Hcrkk-M
    and Mr. M. E. Cog.
    3
    Tbr KnrbiMlttn l*lirr
    DOM'S FOR DRIVERS
    DoiVI roll round a e'.rnei al .v a. adjust your
    speed before vou get thei. i.inaccater-
    aie sltghtlv round while you are turning.

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    J & R BAKERIES
    makers of
    ENRICHED BREAD
    and tht blenders of
    J & R RUM
    THE SHIRT
    THAT FITS TO A T
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    I'M.I -.|\
    si MIX. M.M., Ml
    si SDAV, I'K IMBIR
    BARBADOS & ADVOCATE
    . t LM B.M4 ... .Ki...
    Susulaj, lt.rrnit.fr 7. 1952
    11mum; imm sun
    THIS WEEK or 11 lata*, HH week
    1 the m fish-
    -- Experiment-
    al Station will have been launched.
    fuM ago 83 fishing boats
    seriously dam-
    aged :. had swept
    them from than Since that
    of the damage 1
    1 and a further
    frra were added lo the 5eet during the
    the 31 boats which are
    built at the Fishery Experimental
    ' been launched. The
    I tch is now beginning
    oughi therefore to ba more productive
    than the corresponding period last year.
    The remarkable feature of the 1952
    . that two-thirds of the fishing
    . aajulpnad with ^ill-nets, in
    consequence larger supplies of flying fish
    were obtained although less boats went to
    ?
    Tdis aaaaon 11 la expecte+J thai all Rah-
    . i i equipped with gill
    and greater catches than before ought to
    be obta
    I i handicap of the current fishing
    season is alresidy avidanl however. It
    seems thai there is a shortage ol timber
    kble for making spars in the tsJand
    and although the Fishery Experimental
    Station has spars on order there is little
    likelihood of their arrival until late in
    January. The provision of spars, booms.
    gafts. and bends for the fishing industry is
    becoming much more difficult now that
    costs' *-eply. Importers of um-
    ber do not feel justified in keeping stocks
    of expensive timber on the ofT-chance that
    will le required when all then-
    quotas can be allocated to wood which is
    in great demand for house building and
    house repairs.
    Fishermen too are reluctant to place
    orders in advance. The shortage of spars
    at present is indicative of the unsatisfac-
    tory supply position. Had communications
    with British Honduras where spars are
    available add to the general difficulties.
    Meanwhile there is a growing tendency
    for the Fishery Experimental Station to
    be looked upon as a general supply store
    for the fishing industry.
    The time has come for a review of the
    rnrnent's attitude tow aids the F'shing
    Industry. Is it to become a subsidised
    Industry under the control of the Fishery
    Oflloar? Or la the Fishery Experimental
    Station lo be Uied as a research station,
    while the fishermen are encouraged to
    form cooperatives for the marketing of
    their fish, purchase of gear and insurance?
    The danger to which fishermen are
    constantly exposed when premiums on
    their boats are allowed to lapse was dra-
    matically shown when a fishim* boat was
    i -mpletely burnt on Crab Hill Beach some
    months atfo. Insurance of boata is a
    necessity but necessary action to see that
    all ho..is are insured should be taken by
    lishennen organised in co-operatives. In-
    surance ought not to be made the respon-
    sib.hty ot a department of government.
    l'i hermen will never achieve high living
    standards until they learn to stand upon
    their own feet and they must organise
    tnong themselves for the protection of
    thou i .it. through insurance, for the
    provision of gear ami to promote the sales
    of their catcher
    The spectacular disaster last year which
    lemoved B3 fishing boats from the sea in
    one week has lad lo the development at
    tin- Fishery Experimental Station of an
    . aniaation capable of supervising and
    supplying the fishing industry and the
    sla'ion could also In- expanded to cater
    for the marketing of hah.
    But extension of government control
    over the fishing industry is undesirable.
    A fishing industry ought to lie able to pay
    its way and can only pay its way it the
    puce of fish is allowed to find a level wnich
    will be satisfactory to the housewife and
    will allow the Aaherrnan to make I reason-
    able profM
    At present the government does not
    Wholly control the fishing industry but it
    Blbttdfaea it partially by maintenance
    loans which are interest free for one year:
    and the government is contributing half
    ol the eventual COSta of restoring the 28
    Bfhing boat! which are Hearing comple-
    tion at the Experimental Station. The
    value of U which the govern-
    ment gives lo the industry is lowered
    however by the official price controls on
    fish. The majority of Hying fish catchtt
    are sold to hawkers who bid for them at
    prices which vary widely and have little
    I to the Official price and the hawk-
    cause of the existence of I i.'.ail
    control price then benefit out of all pro-
    portion-by selling to housewives who are
    forced to pay what is asked or go without
    fish.
    If the government accepts greater re-
    sponsibility for the fishing industry the
    public will increasingly press for fish
    pfki hiead to I levtJ where the
    fishermen can be expected to make no
    profits at all while the hawkcis <
    to make the same or greater use of the
    control price to the disadvantap
    consumer.
    Th i Experimental FleJ
    eught not to be us?d as a general store
    or ship-building yard for the I; I
    dustry. Its activities
    trated on research Into i.ew an
    techniques of ftahlne;. Already thi
    duction of the gill net and research into
    the optimum periods for obtaining flying
    fish catches have bfOtl ad credit
    on tiie Fishery on":
    The introduction of a labour saving spar
    on the new fishing boata due to be launch-
    ed this week arid the iiirl.-i Wl ightlrg of
    the keel with concrete are other examples
    of the Fishery Officer's contnbu'.
    wards improved fishing techniques.
    In many other ways the Fishery Exper-
    imental Station can continue to work on
    behalf of the Fishing Industry of Barba-
    dos. But that industry if .it is ever to
    advance to the level which it can and
    should reach must combine through co-
    operatives for the benefit of all engaged
    in fishing for a livelihood.
    If the fishermen were to form co-oper-
    ativea and market their own catches they
    would have little din",, nil . .
    the government that the price control on
    fish was detrimental to the pros(
    the Industry.
    MH4 \TIO\
    .\OTIS:
    TfJATION
    WOES
    i :. ., rosata wh. i-;i- --cd but gave
    "f feint.i- that he agrees with everything 1 ersl inalatx ata in
    i.rtwvii
    - fees at secondary schools word* what haa been f\
    ago. He hM tulii tht pubhi fiae*- *huuld be increased beyond who In lh- Council and added that if
    ItM ll
    i*ni would be
    Of education at he agreement" is that tl ,*ni
    [cm i* Um last mnslnlae in- bwol chlldran n:
    itfet all he ha
    'ii- ha* act at rel
    IH \ ItII S f MA HIES 11
    AT THE
    Aiivor.vri: vr.\Tio.vi;iiv
    TREES
    ONE of the objects preserved at the
    Barbados Museum is a spade. On the
    face at the top of the spade the following
    words have been affixed. "With this
    spade the Barbados oak was planted In
    the Coronation Grove in Windsor Great
    Park. .June 19th IWT.M
    What greater sanction for the planting
    of trees as an integral part of a coronation
    ceremony than the testimony of this
    unique spade? There is no village too
    small in Barbados in which trees could
    not be planted during the local Coronation
    celebrations in June next year. Evtry
    school could plant its own grove: every
    public institution: every factory and
    every householder can plant coronation
    trqes or groves.
    In Bridgetown, in Belleville, in Strath-
    clyde and in tenantries trees can be plant-
    ed or replaced. The Princess Alice Play-
    ing Field and other bare places could be
    improved by avenues of Royal Palms.
    Some effort could be made to prevent the
    loss of rare trees in Turner Hall tYooda,
    Roads in St. Andrew could be atm
    ened by the planting of border trees.
    Country lanes and recognised beauty
    spots could be improved by the planting
    of oleanders, hibiscus and Barbados Pride.
    A drive should be made to convince all
    those who have failed to raoognlai Un-
    economic value of casiiarinns rnd cccoa-
    nut trees to plant them liln-rally. Cacti
    growth could he encouraged aapaciaUy on
    exposed sites in St Lucy and St Andrew.
    The Coronation celebrations in Barbados
    next year will be memorable Indeed if
    tree planting plays a major role in the
    celebrations.
    I.AI.OI It VII US
    ONE of the Unions affiliated to the In-
    ternational Confederation ol Free Trade
    Unions has published the Ural laaue of a
    magazine whose motto is "The Education
    of the Worker."
    The Union is the Union of Comn.euia!
    and Industrial Workers of Trinidad and
    Tobago.
    There is tendency as might lie expected
    in a first issue for luTplua adjectlvea to be
    employed fog "so vast, so extensive, and
    so irresistible" as a description ol the
    Trade Union Movement) and inevitably
    there are more views than news. It would
    be impossible not to get an impression
    that a small number of individuals have
    provided the driving force which led to
    publication and the magazine editor ad-
    mits responsibility for no less than thir-
    teen of the articles
    On the other hand the editor welcomes
    suggestions for improvement from any
    quarters and Rupert C. Tello in a very
    verbose though short article announces
    rightly that "the great armies of unin-
    formed, uneducated, untrained, irrespons-
    ible, unstable, unco-operalive woik<
    not the best materials with which we can
    build a strong, solid united, conquering
    Workers movement." To that everyone
    would reply "hear. hear".
    Without being critical of a venture
    which ought to be applauded because of
    its motto "the education of the worker"
    it may be suggested that an approach
    should be made by the editor of the maga-
    zine to public-spirited persons m all walks
    of life In Trinidad and in other British
    Caribbean territories for articles which
    contain more matter and less propaganda.
    One wonders too whether the list of
    books to be read could not be more I
    lie and less selective and anyone who OCOltl
    W. I* Burns "The British West Indies"
    from a list of books all should read is
    omitting the most worthwhile booh to
    have been published on the subject re-
    cently The unhappy placing
    of "labour personalities"
    their Communist learnings will not help
    workera to distinguish between
    ought to admire and those they ought to
    avoid.
    the fear* i
    Hundred* jf people who wcl-
    *
    schools au| thn -I th<-
    na ?i.-.
    -...
    * eteraentefj
    (at the ICsIOO. '
    not been naMd, (b) M tees had
    . .
    ranha if
    elemental ull thi

    mediate control nl th
    ' iielng run by a Govern -
    ..ppomled by the Cov-
    lie will thank the Direct-
    or for removing any wrong Ifn-
    !i
    ighly in-..- irj th.it H |
    I.I be twl.l
    exactly -
    ig for the moi
    mi thi* lg
    "i. Thcie
    V ma t*-**iting od-
    tnd became
    d wmeona wh > hould
    !
    \ .-mended, the Education
    ; - i -
    V OHM time now I
    . to get the public
    to realise that something has gone
    wrong but whlhi I was told on the
    : tli.I'. I did not know
    i ag] haa oa Um
    Xher it wgg hM that itm ia.-
    i .i- utterly ui
    No* the Diiettor h< proved Ih.jt
    l.;ht.
    the satisfaction, however,
    it knowing at last that there ji'
    bo think as I do that
    onwtiilgti :ii ban to I
    wusled. Ti
    Council on il- Pi*.
    Plan waa bound to Invite cciiimci .
    on education: and three men who
    are reeaxded by their strongc
    opponents as responsible, have aa>d
    ) that something la wrong
    with education and that
    should be done about II. It was
    pointed out thut we were
    APOLOGY
    Our attanuon has been
    drown by Mr. Freeman Boyce
    MA at Codrlngton College, to an
    arUcle appearing in thl
    new ber 16th. 1952 under the Cap
    tlon "Education notaa: Need
    for changed ouUoofc". and
    Mgneo J.E B.
    We regret that Mr Boyce
    hould hart concluded that
    the aald article referred to
    him. and that imputation'
    wore made therein to his
    acholaauc attainments and
    ability. That thi-
    Mm
    Hty. Tl
    itid tae
    J.E*. fully appreciate
    achoIaiUc ability of Mr Boyce
    and the beneficial Influence
    that his appointment as Clas
    kjI Proreaaer at Codrlngton
    OeUaga haa had and 1* having
    pen the standard of learning
    attained by the >tudnt-
    there. Is shown by an article
    appearing in the Adeocate
    newspaper of Stinday Koeem
    bar Wth. 1*52. under the Cap
    Uon Education notes: Cod-
    rlngton College", which reads
    in part as follows: -
    ' Even the results publish-
    ed during the week show
    that the successes which
    keep the name of Codring
    ton up are thoae with a
    classical background.....
    At present there is -till a
    Classical Professor at the
    College in the person of Mr.
    Freeman Boyce. a brilliant
    Classicist who made a name
    at Oxford."
    We unreservedly withdraw
    any imputation* which may
    be contained In the said
    article against the scholastic
    attainments and teaching
    ability of Mr. Freeman Boyce
    and tender this apology in the
    hope that be will accept the
    same In the spirit In which It
    ii otlered.
    few more.
    Mild be faille BM
    lira I with this aspect of
    I and It would be dan-
    - .en lo repeat v-
    instances of waste. All .
    g that now UMsM chargei
    sde opporl
    be taken if and when any public
    Imre Mantka i oa ;" Bnantee
    them carefully fcfJna i- ""^ 'he
    m of knowing that other'
    and responsible people feel that we
    are not witlng the best resulta
    panl on i-.tnc.t-'
    Uon and tin- Hgera '"i that hWt-
    tathMi have been Issued to somej
    arspt* responsible for part]
    aduge the amount. It
    waa rather amusing to read the
    feeble explanaUon given over the
    absurdity of rcduutik' Ihs
    is said But n was to
    take place on equipment. All I
    v*it aay now la that there are
    still schools without "standard"
    equipment and 1 am still wonder-
    ing liv what means their vote* can

    It Is my greatest regret '< have
    In |aoaa Mo the posttiral and i
    apologise to readers foi
    i-ut I feat Uet the* will .o;i"'
    that ui this case It is necessary.
    I have a feeling after the hurried
    -.
    to the Colonial Office in London
    last week and the announcement
    that Sir Alfred Savage and Mr. i
    Adams will meet him for discus-1
    aions that Ministerial status for
    memljers ot the Executive Com-
    mittee is not far off. In this case
    there will be a Mln.
    Education.
    I am still sanguine enough to
    hope despite the fact that it has
    been said that these criticisms are
    utterly urduattaed, thot parents
    and the general public will
    measure up to their duty and
    approach the Minister wherever
    he may be with a view to getting
    some investigation started.
    LIVELY PATTaWWa of - -
    iO\-.OIi;rU AMI OIMI.OTII
    Itnrfl orevED at -
    CENTRAL EMPORIUM
    Cnr. BROAD A Tt'OOK STBKETS
    Fur all GARDENS.
    xva;\ rtiti.i i, visiii \ mam hi
    A Powder applied | I and
    watered in H *nl- i puiind.
    I.IOI IXI III.
    A liquid manure j>ul Up in I 'j Pitrt BottsM at 9S renl. Rotllr
    N.ix with water. Weak (1 Tcaspoonful to 1 Gallon of water!
    Medium (2-3 .. ..1.....|
    -i a .. .. i ......>
    When applied bl "* burn the foliafe.
    iw
    For use with your Cor- i t,nB the
    * waste mate'. uclen into llBBOre.
    ! rrnU a pMnd.
    WILKINSON X IIAVNES <0 LT|I.
    Suecc
    C. & PITCHER & CO.
    I'hone 1412. HM". ------ mi i KWI1 II I ulP!-
    Barbado.t is In the unhappy
    ot Btading thai i
    tary education, the only means for
    thousands to know what civilisa-
    tions means. Is not catering at the
    high standard it did In the past to
    our children and that at the top
    centtva to parents to get a >- um win Ion the classical faculty
    i iucalion for their childre-i at Codrlngton College: an equally
    and to rnise the fee* would gym brggjadp. With M
    throw back the hands of status for members of the Execu-
    tha best tor the money the cloc*. I tried to point tive there will be some one
    ' !' ittoa, out to my friend that the approach and someone to blame
    money paid in fees was only pait in place of that elusive quantity
    A peculiar coincidcn-e is that of what it cost the Government known as the Government.
    during the week I received per raplta to supply IbJi educt- J.E.B.
    YES, ITS HltllM.
    I> ls-i*rt:<-
    The presence in Ixtndun of the

    Ifta iimiiiiu i.iivuiKir of Barbados,
    ami the "Prim* Minister" of Bar-
    II
    ll ill
    and by the Civil Service Commis-
    1* sion. Three reporters taking
    shorthand notes for twenty mln-
    If Ministerial stains mean* any- utes and reading back their notes
    bad,s .anno: but indicate that ,, nmm , (,m. , .,;,,. tltF f(>v mmul 1o 1)TifS
    minlstOTtal StatUJ is jual around mmisters will have to be paid ft dictaphone could comfortably
    responsibility than report all that was said in the
    they now accept under the unsulis- General Assembly and every
    pertinent foist- word could be typed within one
    during the guv- hum ,; of the Assem-
    ... .rship of s Qntttaa Hush- blv'* Proceedings. A return to
    It means that ihc public w.'i l,nr '"If custom of opening the
    know txacUi >,. whose should- ^^'iLfifllrT "JS Zutl
    can SpVrt to hear "'" to toy blame or apportion "to be beiieflclal plally Hthe
    credit. It means that much great- cnrl "',en,nK ,hour wer.'' accom:
    er expedition in dealing with pub- PaPlc^ b>-.a n^'n not to extend
    lie business will be expected. It
    debates after 7 p.m.
    made no a rtrl U| tilief liiat
    :rvitable: ft^^rwltlesd ta
    rants ll and f' '"> ,,I.C''M
    the Attornej (,,.,.,.,.,1 mptoyed "' "pt:" B
    to do what Um Karbado* Govern-
    ment wants. MiniMeilal status,
    we may dejK'nd u|ki it, I*
    ing and .. ct to
    something about it belore Christ-
    mas. Meanwhile death has UtfOWn
    M o| aaai ttM antiquated
    machinery ! i. t.ug debate^ of means ajiove all that the state- The habit of late night sitting!
    \ : oates ,nentsi by the Prime Minister in bj undesirable and no one has yet
    which oughi to bean pub- lnr G'nrl fen sntlsfactory txplai:..'
    lisdr.i ten made an BMCi Oltal oMtotda Barbados greater than necessary. On the other hand
    UVeBSllM tot publicntion What hitherto. there have been complaints of
    of Assem- ,. ,,,_, ,_. , legislation having been squce?ed
    liaaj from ,IOW !nfn can '"'*t"ial stiitiis through the Assembly in HM HM
    August to r* has still P*^ ""nibarked upon until the hours of the morning.
    to be printed n i In tonie tn- ,,0* bas set in order the in- Better hours of work will
    stances still t-. Ie :i..nnl>e,i liom ''dciiuate and inefficient inachin- lighten the task of the reporters
    DOtoa. \" '"' 'h<* ffporting of its de- \}M whatever hours are worked
    And the most recent debate of b-',tc* Jbe idea that the report- thc reporters must be organised
    oeral Assemblv thu rear 10 ;nK r llebalc > J"" something lo lahe iw. twenty- minute periods
    be published in the" OfhYi.il G- r ".....'""'' ; ' followed by forty-minute periods
    dated 27 May I52. '." m,n-v PCP'c s minds. There during which they read baelt and
    Out of curiositv I consulted .< w a,so a *cbool of thought which dictate fieir ootM. Tha syste
    bound volume of th. ;i "ng of debates 0f reporters Uikng long notes fc
    Gazette to se, what was hapo >bB1S l" "l,t jntl houra and then taking them hon-
    ing with debate forty-two years nik* intelligent the speeches;; of an,i working on them is lK>und 10
    If* meinbersof the i.enernl Assembly. Ioad lo di,lster and ought never
    difficulties Thai mh!i eorin be t have been permitted.
    |n._ made at a tune when ministerial
    Trl(. <- ,i iKo tenth *tn,us if about lo be Introduced While three reporters and two
    dav an I aport of the fj e whorwrt adult typ,rtg or dictaphones will im-
    debates In tha Assembly tan days *""''* il* " unmistakable sign Hinp|P fnr reporting snd setting
    fter thev had taken pU of progn- something to thuiK ,, , typoBCTipt ;til that can he
    In the Ga/ttle ot 3oih October bVu,t-,1 . sidd in tha General Assembly and
    l52 therewss a report of what a ..*#!l_,f?r*<,_ _.*LH*"*** gift l-rBW,B,lVf. council wsefcTy
    would be necessary for the lw
    pwlni ol II"- Ammblj II U pr..ple are only to nwrclij

    Mr. G. Ii Bvi:
    latiVf Council
    6 1951.
    Sajd Mr Evelyn: When I was
    Speaker <>i Ihc other Place '
    -
    what they
    branches of the Legislat
    rsr< rj. Othtrv. I
    there will be overlapping and
    Adult suffrage can only benefit cOQfU
    Donwnunlty if the people tasic Prov|Sa of first rate reporti
    representatives to
    like in thi A
    ii 'Vi'" o..l','t"r.^e * Brent a" ln,cr*'1 in' whal thrir nnri good typisU must Im-
    porters oMhe How^ahoiaVdjcosae c)p,.UH, r(1()r^on,allv,. ffi ^ bj. ,^ appolBtnirri.
    the represenUitive is at all times Editor who will be responsible for
    t says today secln|^ lnat ,! ,re (,ijeyed an opportunity
    to the office and do a eertsii
    mount of work there. That is
    v ..;. yotl *rUJ ever get it
    Sundau Adeoeofe of July 6 1M2 coxatloUl '
    anUtled 'Bamn-Ung rjaJMtea** the wllh milV,
    could be more
    The Editor could also be i
    ilium u( iii^ii ... ._. ._
    I SI u-ked 10 deal re . -hich have been "' th <*"\ ""*"* l"w Sro"
    eporUnl ol fuUv VtnU1td in the General run "IT on the dupl eaunn p. ich.ne
    ''' '' A*embly six months ago but to members of the House, the
    A1' which have not been published in Secretariat and the Pti H
    So to-day with ministerial atn! If the official report. would also be responsible for
    almost as <1ok upon us s tne . d Barbados In arranjemenu for printing and de-
    New .jr the reporting of debate. , cm ,. ,,,. ant| d,. mu Mv|, o,. .! ,
    of tha Assembly IS boed don posslbU "' Man.ar.l ll.o .>.. I
    'lh ;;"';> ,' I'- ~ ,",.!> of ihliouVo. aS.- a proper llansaui U
    Sjl ', w blv lo be run off on ;, dupllc.ruu With M.n,erial S1.1
    ?;;"".: i ,"" K SiebCnd l" .v.l.-ble Z tt. corner It ought ,o I
    fiLS ," rmimbv 1M to morning alter member, hav. The pre~.nl system of reporting
    m":1 The remainder of the .poton' Only three reporter, .re debates could be pu, right befor.
    debates >rt necessary foi this purpow. But the Mouse re.opens on Tuesday
    they should be chosen with care the IBth Will it" I woikIci .
    Our IIVaiders SaTt
    Wouldn't it be nice to see a Th. very much abovi
    live UP and coming Colonial the control prices of 38<\ .- and
    Cor-pany. say in Me. hut. If anyone on this Island
    and do the Job that the pragent Should attempt to sell steak from
    *1 up has not (lone" a well-raised local steer at above
    an't I? J5e. he would be liable to
    tn patiently. prosecution.
    WATT SPARKS Wi
    pries rn both rich and
    Fn/vrior .Wnit rentsBg the butcher
    from dividing his carcasses eco-
    SIR.We are not Una choice
    . ftaZ read that Mr. Den Springer does ruts at a pTOmiUTP that ill ..I!
    not find Imported meat inferior; turn to reduce (even below con-
    j ... rytaJng Is rtiativs trol :
    to their part of the I sii r Obviously meat must be mi- jnd cheap I
    i ported ind. in fact, both inferior Yours faithful!v.
    that case we've bought It!! I and first class meat are imported. DAVID B. OLTCALT.
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    SUNDAY, DEC EMBER i ...-
    SUNDAY AilMK \ll
    I'W.f SKVEN

    ona or.- larih-d to a

    and tia* much to mu about
    I raid part
    I
    not maca
    unlifcr m.


    f a rock, in
    the house of thi
    k. A house
    111 enough fur
    though ha wai the Cfc
    mander uf the I
    In- was more
    Mulatto
    of his own setting. I irv nr glut's

    'ttough to
    be wise, but certainly of no g:pat
    U-armng. (Or about 'be difference!
    .
    MOdlfbrd wrote him .1 Mi. | m
    Latin wfa
    answer, bul fell
    short, substance and language:
    and though hi* quarrel
    be rcvciujed lunuelr on
    Priscian.. whose head be broke

    The flrst time we saw him was
    at his own house b>
    - to which it was almost
    inaccessible until sJWl
    rltmbed with infinite dLBBcultJ
    And. in.-' 1 ; ..itful and
    . ml.nt wM our motion omr leg*
    lindlng tin- m......n ! < 1<"
    n.uch mop in of dis-
    tortion) thitt we were almost
    scalded within, and the torrid
    heat of the sun. being then our
    ,-rnith. did --. MUd OUT -kins that
    (Man t<> b.*
    frleased for the Padn-
    than to eat any dinner ourselves.
    We ani\ed at his exalted
    mansion painfully and piping
    hot. We found none to entertain
    us but Bernardo- whose counlen-
    ance was not so well recoii-Ml'd
    to himself as to give us | he.rty
    H tOH us that the
    ' out about some
    I Baa island, but would
    return in time for dinner, Bo,
    while we were there .
    I ,v rrtvaL we decided not to bo
    idle; for the "tiuctiire Of that
    Fabruk aid not minister to our
    eye) much delight. Only that it
    had a fair prospect of sea. So fee
    walked along upon that round
    hill rnqui could.of
    m n informed that
    id been futmi-il- .. vei ;>
    stately town there. This town con-
    n-ted of beautiful bull .:
    hred as to make the bast
    roapect, but It had
    1 i'.

    Queen KUzabota ud Um
    King of Spain. This made us give
    place for
    some of our countrymen hod
    sacrificed their lives there for lh^
    i Nation.
    About the hour that our
    nom.niis toll) u* n am full time
    to pay Nature her due. we looked
    ..1 a good
    lisUnice. 11 horse coming towards
    on his bock, as
    as his heels could car I
    .Within a little time, it made
    lop at the Padre's house,
    from whose back (token by two
    negroes) a great fat man was set
    on the ground with town on
    so black
    no, ret i
    Full out as black as tho
    Knight of the Sun.
    .
    U 1 Mfe of nil
    -' pin you
    might have pricked them out in
    r hi nock upon his
    alighting we pre.elved him very
    1 niopnd. for the pore
    ,it which he was riding
    ! manner of n ling, as we
    undorgtOOd from biter enquiry.
    What's more, ho seldom rode at
    all. but his business having held
    him over long, caused h'm to
    take I h *m, ft* he intended to
    toot.
    mot:nted (and he Is
    none of the be?.! Hw semen) was
    A TRIIL 81 EXACT
    HISTORY
    Of the Illand of
    BARBADOES.
    THE MA\ WHO SURVIVED
    By RICHARD LICON, Gem.
    ll ect to the Will of his
    horse, which being a Barb and
    fl of foot, coming towards
    the place where ) Sfi s kept, ran
    \ lolence. It is wonder
    i- bui dan n .11 not 1 .1 N ba UM
    the horse had a bit in
    his mouUi and the stirrups were
    extremely short, as was the man-
    ner in which they rode. If he
    enacked hint
    bridle, as he would have been
    otliged, he would have un-
    doubtedly laid him on the ground.
    Hut the rider thought of noth-
    Uatn holding fast by the
    srltta b.-th hands and
    |. I \, I
    In Um great discomposure, ho

    and set on his own legs. But he
    was in such a trance for some
    .:..' : I .
    tion to speak to us; so sensible
    talon had in.
    falling made him. But having
    DOOM lo himself at last, he
    addressed us and in his language
    bid us welcome, beginning to
    apologise for his long delay dur-
    ing which he had put himself in
    such a hazard as in his whole
    life he had not known the like.
    We answered that il orfued a
    - l-ect und civility lo us
    th.it he would expose his gravity
    whioh was accustomed lo a
    n >derate pace, lo such a swift*
    neaa of motion, as might in any
    kind endanger his health or
    hazard his person.
    But he being a man of few
    words, said no more. He brougat
    us into his house which was upon
    '. i.te entrance, bul Hie
    kto of the rooms was on
    ta sleep precipice, while some Ol
    the rooms were like galleries such
    as are in the meanest Inns upon
    London-way. There were not
    il four rooms in the,
    I ,
    and a kitchen and those were
    all on one floor. The floor, was
    earth noi so much as made level,
    even as to deserve iwoeputg ami
    most of them ware justly dealt
    with nil. For. they had no more
    than they deserved, both above
    and below. The cobwe
    loll and Uie frying pans
    liuI grid irons as pictures.
    By this equipage, you may
    ..1 the trading
    u-land, wlien the Governor is thus
    aMOutred. By and by, a (.'loth was
    laid of calico with foui
    napkin* of th -same material, to
    "". h doaga men
    The first course was set on the
    table, ushered In by the Padre
    n lmtel 1 (Bernardo, lite Mulatto
    und Neg oes following after)
    with every one a dish of fruit.
    The first vas Melons. Plantain!
    tunea, the
    fourth Guavas, the tilth of
    Prickled Paul and the sixth Cus-
    tard Apple. But to fill up the
    table and make the feast yei more
    sumptous. the Padre sent his
    into his own Chamber
    1 which he reaa
    Um ,; m '' all
    I ,1 dish which were the
    fl and far
    beyond the beat fruit grown in
    England, as the
    beyood the worst slow or crab.
    II .ving well refreshed our-
    selves will these excellent fruits,
    we drank a glass or two Of Red
    Sack, a kind of wine growing n
    the Madeiras. ver> strong but not
    very p!easant Tor in this Island,
    no wine Is made at all. neither
    are grapes grown so near the
    Line upon islands m all the
    world. Having made an end of
    our f uit, the dishes weie taken
    away and another course fetched
    in which wai of flesh, nsh and
    salads, the salads were placed upon
    the table tiist. 1 took
    iel!n| Ml Ni-vcltits to me,
    but the best an.t moat *vourj
    herbs that I ever listed, very well
    seasoned with salt, oil and the
    best vinegar. Several son
    but not mixed, but n,
    olshes. all strange and a*
    The Aral dash of flesh was a
    leg of young stuik, or a wild calf:
    old, which was the
    colour of stags fie*.-, and tasted
    Verj much like it too. It was lull
    of nerves and sinews, strong
    meat and very e/eJl conditioned.
    boiled tende. with s nice of sav-
    oury herbs and Spams;.
    Turkeys and hens we had roasted;
    a glgg't of young goat; fish in
    abundance of several kinds, whose
    iifimes I have forgotten. Snappers,
    grey and red; CavaUoe, Carnkmi
    etc.. with others of rare colours
    ani shapes, too many to be men-
    tioned. We were very much
    delighted with all tbeat UunfP
    we tasted.
    Dinner being nearly half dime
    lie, Bernardo and tho
    Xncr black attendants waiting
    on us) in comes an old fellow.
    whose complexion was raised out
    ol BO Bed Sack; for near that
    colour it was. His head and beard
    wire milk white, his countenance
    bold and cheerful, and with a lute
    in oil o-nd. played us a Novelty
    The 'Paffamc fares galiard", a
    tune in great esteem in the days
    oi Harry tne fourth. For when
    Sir Jonn Fabtaff makes his
    . Mistress Doll Tearaneet,
    Company, the
    admired (Idlers of that ago play
    Hug tune. Tub. put a thought in
    my head, that if tune and tune
    be the ui 1* -s.it. of music, what
    a long time this tune had in
    sailing from England to this
    t UhC. But we being sufficiently
    satisfied with thi.-: kind of har-
    mony, desired a song, wkftob) bt
    performed in an antique man-
    1., r Both favouring
    antiquity. no graces. double
    reUahee, trillos, Gropos or Piano
    lurUs. but plain as a puclodaiT.
    His lute too was bul dJ <"
    strings and that was tne laabion
    01 KJag David's daya 80 that the
    rarity of this antique ptBeg
    pleas _'d me beyond measure.
    Having imisned dinner, the
    U near weary of his
    waiting, we rose, and made room
    for better company. For now.
    Um Padre and his black DUfftraai
    were to take their turns. A
    negro of the greatest beauty and
    aether that I ever saw
    in one woman. Her featuies
    large and excellently shaped, well
    favoured, full-eyed, and admir-
    ably graced. She wore on her
    head a roU of green Taffeta strip-
    ad with white and Philiamort.
    made up in the manner of a tur.
    ban and over that a slight ve 1
    which she took of? at pleasure
    On her body next to her linen.
    I a pettlroat of orange
    tawny and sky colour, not done
    f> On page fl.
    At midnight on March 1st 1M2.
    Hal eeeam sank
    before, thi* email Dutch frvgrnai
    1 had left thtf port Of Pad
    , Sumatra, carrying more than 5*
    evacuees, most of tham Bnti-
    '.; .'. .
    . hit her. the Raeacbeatn
    i way to Ceylon and safety,
    Asleep on the deck of the
    1 kaaaebaeaa on that fateful night
    j was a be leo* kd W.lte>
    Gibson, who was the onrj white
    l man to survive, and a ho has
    [lived to write The Bmi
    \ publuhed by W. II. Allen .it five
    : smihngs.
    . When Ihe shi,> v hit all v-
    [cept one lifeboat a destroNetl
    ; Eventually this boat, which eras
    I built to hold 28 people, was t'.lleit
    I with 80 survivor*, and another
    M were clinging to the ttfellnes
    (on the sides.
    a Gibson was one of Ih<
    M to ^et intL. Ihe Loai
    I He was allowed in. bee...
    \u IVN GALE

    10 on the boat
    The ralff DM I M
    T h
    toard the boat W 1
    it was t h 1

    falrhaired Dutchmen
    -..
    -.
    Burst
    .

    rk at iwglit. Th
    7 hat th"
    tor could
    la-1 longe:
    1 drink U
    - og their thraai 1
    with a bully-bwf tin.
    I that thi
    kill oil
    else, so that UV
    in equal stead Tit,
    Ihlg H the most
    reason of allI was determined
    Suktde I'rge
    Me ii.u. one day. sui 1
    and jump over-
    bsaptng the ii..:
    I he struck
    out for the surface when he Ml
    last thei>

    1 m one s..nnh
    1 "oris Lim and Gibson
    Then a horrible piece ot
    L-utchciy took a] .
    gunner on th^-
    I. id with the rowlocks ami
    lo cut hun up with a tut.
    iaaw plunged his hand'
    like someone
    1 .1 handbag, and pullcu
    thing dripping *
    .1 tie dug his teeth like
    I ) ;, bone. The
    # On page 9.
    low II l|'|l> >|r111 ill, -
    GIVE A CAMERA
    >. iu\
    and
    1.1 t A
    ..-. in re
    suffufing from a broken collai
    bone.
    When day broke they took
    stock of their supplies of I
    drink. There was one cage of
    bully beef, two 7 lb. tins .f tried
    plead tu<*. 48 tins of condensed
    milk and six Bols-gm bottles of
    water. This meant that the ra-
    tion of liquid was a lab I
    ful of water each at sun
    a spoonful of milk an.)
    night. A tin of bully beef w.<
    shared between twelve pe 'pie
    As can be imagined. COndltlO 11 on
    the boat were let rlbli ''
    standing so clnse I I
    "that Tor night after mgi t thai
    followed no man could 1
    to sleep. He must du/c upright,
    leaning on Iht
    * of ins opposi 1 Dum-
    ber."
    There were three W< men on
    board, Mrs. Nunn. who
    "Florence Nightingale of Ul
    boat, was the wife of Mr. It I,
    Nunn Director of Worl.s in Ma-
    laya, who had M-rved as a civil
    engineer in Trinidad. Nafartl
    British Guiana. He
    with the Kaoaeboean ifb
    mg his wiTe through the Porthole
    The other two women wen
    Dutch officer's wife and a gUrfl,
    pretty Chinese gnl called Dorr
    Llm, who had worked il one in-i
    for British Intelligence. All the
    linini
    I 1 mi.lung .it them


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    PYRAMID
    HANDKERC1 11121 S
    In r kltt and colour* for men and u-ome'n
    A TOOTAI PRODUCT
    ^&\,ute>yourself
    Iften Ad
    DO YOU KNOW I
    I
    whir fo-Kipji,.- aftar
    troubles you w h-'n '
    own > 'mhom*? The
    I T.i your
    routine and th<
    gwvernin.* tUgaatlOfi
    elin.iti
    favour..
    dirt. IBI UflMi
    mate TBuMhfwnik |
    your *
    Orgl": natlpA-
    tionaetsin
    Always pack a tin r.f
    Andrews Liver Bftll
    you travel. *>parkii;i.
    veecent An-1" -
    ant to take, gentle in
    action help* ynu keep
    regular under ch
    conditions
    Andrews
    Inner Cleanliness
    Ladies. oh May SmokeIf And Hill
    I.nrT B>sic halr-tyl* for th* Oeronatlon hair Is
    uie back.
    RIOH1 A variation on the baale style hair I*
    th* back of th* haad la trimmed wish
    opt back from th forafasad. and dressed
    fringe and Ui .<
    hi|b at
    IT*ct at
    Make Your Hair-stvie "A Halo

    with Ooddards Llouid
    ---B=i silver Polish It the
    alien (leaner there la: Just raa't
    aerate* Uio deUoau lurlaoa of your pre
    clrsssallver.likssoina harsh Doliabaado
    Tnuchar than the tarnish -bleb It
    whip* ofl so aaallr) v tajfj
    * >ftar than all var tbat'
    Ooddarda
    JMMHl
    aJmaM g#>4
    (imlelcinl';
    l.iyCIl) H1LVKR VI
    Fatjoywe
    vital clow
    of health *,
    "MORSES
    * PILLS
    By nnROTfTY i: \t'Kl l \
    I ij fc LONDON.
    Il hat arrived alreadytrie wty
    we are lo wear our hair In Corona-
    tion Yea*. In a "cavalcade" of
    styles. Riche-London Jaatl
    Who will be responsible I
    lug the hair of many of the la-die*
    Inside Westminster Abbey
    showed a theme hairstyle for the
    Coronation with 20 variations.
    (After all, he insisted with good
    business sense, what is the point
    of showing just one fashion*
    One would not suit everyone.)
    Basically, the theme is a short
    Ml The hair .* flat on the crown
    if -'if i.eud At the back it it
    trtmsned to a length of roughl*
    four irtrbea and curled upwards
    rilon At tn<- nape of th*
    neck, the hair is only about one
    Inch long. Ban It is ft
    and brushed up. (See illu
    As a variation at the front ol the
    head, hair m either iwi
    smoothly from Ihd) face, as in the
    1 forward
    In a sleek fringe If yon vtaa
    I M'i fi.M-hend or
    i assy metrical
    ' -ig for ii BOpi
    gh
    i. eBI.*oei ed h..t -hair
    onwmcrrtations'1 for
    will bt important next year. i"A
    Tl more than h.lf the
    ontgimtrtatlofi
    half* he ggpla l II'-
    i variety of
    T tor tvles,
    I hi i i
    Bt" B wreath of flowers
    etirlrrling the "halo" of curl*
    " suggestions included
    TTDOR ROSE A tin
    f straw rttiing to the hack of the

    Rt'FFT.rTTF: A W.-il'e, Rnlrlgh
    mff outlining the "halo" On OS
    town
    DOV1 TAIL A feather fan.
    "Ike a fnnt.iil pigeon's attache! lo
    the CUrls II the hack.
    And finally came '.he desinner'<
    little Jest TARLETON was a
    trimming in the form of Irtfllf
    with sails a-billowlng. (Somebody
    sutiested that it would need the
    murage of Kalciih lo wear tt I
    Main advantage of all thew
    decorations. It seems, is to keep
    the hair tidy.
    New Ways With tutton
    Once again designers ant
    ing on m-le pieeive and sMMBS*
    uig mri. |t|su tui wunni,
    Latest in the lung line of Adapta-
    tion** (rvmembei the EdWdrdiun
    masher Jacket. and I
    lolurr of a ymc ago?) is the use
    -: pin- trlped jnd pin-checked
    popiin snirting for aftcrn< i
    dreaaes. It was shown .it a
    parade this week in a vanety
    if styles, including a wing-
    collared, lull skirted dress with
    i-'iig itasnnBg, limsned of course in
    li^e autherti. rnaAnsv, uh trn-
    luffs and cufl-llnks.
    In colours, the trend is away
    from the dark "jungle" prints so
    popular In the last tan ran
    m is now on je*el colour*,
    on dusky pink, sky blue and lcm.ni
    PtUow. Smarteit dress In tht
    I
    full ikir'.i'd. irorn Ifl
    pcnicoat and mmmed wltn n
    lrc Deum
    in a maty ,,i praj
    ajtylM had r.-,i piping round the
    mandarin collnr. belt and cuh*
    A- for sty'e*. the traoleas sun-
    top is out Fo, Min-t -thing, the
    Important *tyle is r.ow i:-e lul* -
    top. D.iy dresres sh .wed two
    i.eckllnea high, winged
    foliar, nnd. eMrtrastUig srltti mk
    a "boat" neckline Just fitting on
    the shoulders.
    Arm.rift the newr
    finishes are cotton soun HN
    C ''ton embossed lik- a
    lev or a superior quality
    "
    ,een.
    New Fashion Kor The Queen
    What happens when the Qut*en
    veer* away from her traditional
    evening wear of crinoline
    oVaajMi I
    It sets the fnshion world talking
    as it Royal Fih'i l^arformanre vvhen
    the Queen wY>re an unusual
    magpie" drees. This had a white
    satin front, black *atln bark, and
    i V-ne That imitations would npne.ir
    was expected, so It did not sur-
    prise that within 48-hour* a Lon-
    don dre*a manufacturer an-
    nounced "Of course, we can't
    copy it exactly, but we are
    putting a similar style Into pro-
    'lurtlon rleht away: it shou'd be
    ready bv December."
    ALL MY I
    MOOT
    i sr-c,--.',./.-'!
    | .Mr.
    KB i
    Whal't Cooking In The Kitchen?
    . iw-Tti-,r .ti tl .*- |
    . you'll be one of
    B Wonderful twosome.
    You'll both be In the bast
    designed, belt looking.
    best weiring *.wimweir
    you've ever seen. For
    Jantitn has something;.
    And you can have it. too.
    If you shop won.
    i BEWARE of worms! '
    I f*t tut* rw.r Until* i- prM*le< i> '
    I lomn... U,.fii, IV M. Mado br Ihe |
    | asabm si II, *,. lad.,.., j ,
    "l. INGLAND
    S.P.+C.A.

    1
    inai the r.eishbeuthood H i
    QUSuBbed
    Sausages With \pple Juice
    ' 2 per per&on.

    Tamaiu sauco 1 oi :
    spoon tui<
    Cooked beans or green pea.*.
    spar.
    IT) ttW MUaafas nnd when
    cooked i .
    In the fat left civet nfiei
    I'. |.|
    ' oT lard oi live oil nan the two
    I -.-'..i *uce.
    peas which yau have already
    i i

    .autagee again and let them boil
    with the bc.ms for a few seemly
    tire middle
    of the doJi, ihe sausages on top.
    Snii-.ares With Bean* Or
    Green Peas A
    Itotl Ihe | .l.'o-. applai with
    sratar and a tiny i> t of lugan P-ei
    them first of course and
    ir; pieces throwing away the stones
    When ready rdeffa iheot. If IM
    puree is too thick yo^i eg
    bii of water. Let il boil ., i
    .vith .i i::_ I rm ikin (be
    r ireful thai there is not white peel
    Oil the I IM skin or the ,
    add a lew drop* of
    June iuici
    -Tri serve hot the puree
    th* o*M >nd the
    i It.
    Sausuues \\ illi Rununa Puree
    With the i feel the

    nd COoft them v ith a unj
    butter until you h:>ve a golden
    (iiree it will look RM
    jam. Fry the uu^i-i or pork
    chop* and put the puree In the
    middle of the dish giving it th.
    hape of a mountain Pi
    chops or sau*>:ii;> nrotmd it ami
    serA-e hot.
    By JOANNA PACE
    I CAN Imagine the thoughts of
    the American soldier who iot
    into my railway carriage the
    other day. Whenever he tried to
    . om-ersation. nobody said
    morn than "Really?" He offered
    his cigarettes lound: nobody
    smoked. He took some convincing
    ;that the mixed bag of passengers
    were nut unfriendly: it's Just thai
    the English travel in silence
    1 DON'T know which hi the
    more embarrassing. Dining with
    a man who knows nothing about
    food, and is bullied by the
    waiter; or with one who knows
    too much, and bullies everyone in
    aighi.
    I WONDCR why it should take
    ten days to get a minor repair
    done to the strap fitting of a
    wrist-watch? And Why so few
    :hese days follow the
    ton of lending you a
    B*atch until your own is returned''
    1 THINK mot.- people than
    ever arc planning an hotel
    Christmas this year Friends have
    . ttj Ing to book. Th. :
    very little left under sky's-thc-
    .imii prices.
    1 SAY lf| time many of tho
    London restaurants revised their
    wine lists. Theie's no Justifica-
    tion tor charting 25s. for a bot-
    tle you can buy at a good wine
    merchants for half a guinea.
    I WOULD never have thought
    of it . but my husband, out
    i'f cigarettes late at night, phoned
    .ink. Cigarette* were
    deliveredand this message: "Wa
    . t (.ills for all 'orts of things-
    bread, milk, flowersand deliver
    them to people at all hours."
    I NOTICED one of the 8 8s
    tore copies of the Queen's Royal
    nia s ,,u gown. The placard
    *aid"rJe'*er dressed depr. .
    1 WONDER why a 10s. note
    stay* in the purse so much longer
    1 than UK worth of silver?
    -LES
    By aXTU (.ot OB

    bevoaac ladylike
    II not s., much I matte, of
    1 . ag of Who. when it
    oaflM t<> the people who derided.
    r
    cigarette he's I*.
    by two members of LM Royal
    rViul'.
    The fJuchaw
    Princess Margaret were
    lured smoking in sen>i-
    ehc Duchea* at
    spot and the Princess at a F-ns
    night-club
    rttrn dK turn rrreed of aSa
    Duchess gmoking on an informal
    visit to Ptnewood Studios and .!
    a formal reception in M..i
    The Princess smoked in ttht
    Royal Box at AjCOt
    Now. during the last two weeks.
    I.ictur. s have iown the Duchess
    smoking In Malaya and the
    Royal Variety
    Perform.n,.i- HOW I i BBTI
    worried about convee
    you, for example. smok
    and trains" Convi
    i bus; VII
    PERHAPS in a tram.
    Do you sinoki- out of doors?
    1 Convention laid NQ
    street; YES on the aadl PaW-
    IHAP3 ut a race meeting
    Do you smoke at public assem-
    I bliea? Convention said NO at a
    'reception; YES at a d.<
    HAPS at a public meeting.
    I Convention has never been
    very consistent. It yields now to
    a roynl behest.
    But with a yielding comes a
    qualification Trk
    be In a long cigarette h>
    in a GLOVED hand.
    PURPLE
    PASSAGE
    A DA fl |N LONDON
    fjautt, 1V53)
    STARTS A CRAZE IN PARIS
    ( VeaasWaW, l't~>2)
    trom IRINI RICHARD
    PARIS, Fridor
    r-oi.M .i aliMdr intpioat
    s diti.mske., MnIihu-
    fohYchMt o-. (|| | "p.,
    ost. (hoy utin modth .S.th
    -ould not be quI ot plate ia lh
    ***..t thr< bad THt Com
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    FOR T1IF HKIOi:
    MAHHY1NG an Englishman
    has lU pei. riadian or
    marry sacrifices the tiadltional
    rtj ItrVea bg friends to
    .' bring* present to
    help the bride set up her new-
    home If the bride is lucky, she
    will have more than one party
    one for linen, one for the kttchen.
    and perhaps one for general
    household mints
    The guests get together before-
    hand and decide what each shall
    Bsere 1* a minimum of
    and the bride doe* not
    Bad herself saying a polite
    I'o-.nK y<*r for 20 dustpans and
    no brooms
    Enterprising stores in America
    get from a bride a Ust of the
    present* she hopes forand the
    bride sends her friends along to
    see the list. What thev buy is
    then ticked off.
    noodlktimf;
    - Too often at a lunch parly
    the awed has lo be something
    out of a tin served exactly as it
    comes. Thai's all there is lime for
    after the usually elaborate first
    . ourat
    But the parting thoughts of
    * important, so here U
    an unusual Hungarian recipe 1
    have followed with success.
    Noodles are easy to buy in most
    big towns; so Noodle Nut Pud-
    ding should not present too many
    store-cupboard problems.
    INGREDIENTS. 8 oia. noodles;
    I or. margarine or butter: 2 cos.
    walnuts; 2 on. granulated sugar;
    ,i Uttla uing sugar; salt.
    Put the noodles in boiling
    salted water, and cook for 15
    minutes. Strain in a colander and
    place in ., dish. Add the mar-
    garine or butter and allow it td
    BMll on the hot noodles. Mix it
    in well.
    Chop the walnuts finely and
    mla with the granulated sugar.
    Add to the noodle* and butter,
    and mix well again.
    Serve in individual dishes with
    . a frosting of icing sugar on top.
    NO DOUBT
    "WHEN in doubt," said the
    gSfi I always wear black "
    When in doubt." said the
    cook, I make while sauce."
    "When in doubt." said the
    young man. "I phone Mai v."
    "When in doubt." said the
    business man, "I don't."
    When in doubt" it is a good
    catch phrase.
    What is your recipe, when in
    doubP

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