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PACE rwo r. Mill iDOfe mux \n I Kill \\ QtViib £allinq „<7I~ STARS %  .-VDB i VI It, I.I last I I %  %  %  %  i Mi m M R PR] Of Ml %  %  %  It. %  |. i tving t*n>ti Loufhbe< NMr I Central F uiatrj LM ftxiiminiilmii M i< PIUEDOII Mrrriir.si M SI Clair III.,! K Ml : K Thornton %  lall Bi patai re> nirm-ri from Bi hi lh ,, 'Mir, > tArm. „ •,$ %  ". Bwt % %  (. a .,.„ rM'W nthi Uu v lM* liidyint f" 'I % %  i. n Bhortl) N'MVIMV UW) look lin lion nmt %  %  •oh (n January. I'tilhf Hit" h-niii f HHJl: Film Unit .m i dOl from Timid.. I i % %  B W I I %  %  %  \isit Tli. reel of Ml Caribbean and have glread) covarea Trinidad and Jamaica The) worr ..i %  Mi H I'WIA Tnimambtn of the Unil com. S rllttv Mr T Ashwoo.1. Mi A olfe, Mi S 0 I Ml IfleRean By AN6REW HOPE BILL M1LI.1NIITON (DamWrllr-ky/Lonl Daugain and hiWtfa Blafly (P.aihiu> Dtiwdmgi • n,.iy *p|>ari'd In Th Third Visitor 1 %  Bridgetown Pi wJticft op*nid li nlftat st tn* Umpire Theatre. MRB KATHLEEN TOPPLE \i'MUalrun IrWrv* M HS KATIII.KKN ln|'r;.| arrived) from England res%  i ornlBi by Uu i>, firaaw i<, taatg bi-r %  ppolntrnent Matron of tinV.v, BBMBM Warehouse to in,, i ii.i wat Mis Ann Mnllci who had bern Arttnn M Mr*. Tempi,, has iui eom :, % %  St TT* II Fl %  !, ti whim m tu I bt -i %  pail lour years .is Depot) Mut %  '.'i,.', %  • )! %  : IhU o> was in thr A>m\ Nutinfi Service*] Ml VIIIK .,i. M i lot na Hi Ml %  tO UM W.st hull. looking forward mtrj n uen lo i. i f throo % %  .1 Veto CaWVfa A ltfUVlNt; from BogJ ,n,i ^%  iiK In UM |tr QlHM I has i MM to take up %  ippotni' i terata of tin C thedral Htwas x ihiMirn. Mirer bovs and a gnl I Hev. Potla wa* .t slni • < %  ., in lhe Hlark Walrli t'uw-ii r„ ffrm&puclwi I of si I LOOM C I r.nffllh. of ihterhool who th, and of this term. yesterday OVOMBH] M i iicpuU Dlrectoi ol Mm ditMi th. oMwrinj athJfa Mr. o. c. SVhonK pal M t Mr Orifnth Th. .upoiiuiu' hi preaem bti • W r which ; to \fi"r thrm Huiiih* B ACK in UarUid.i-, after apOnri % %  %  Eugliind with oai p.iK-nto fanuU and frwnd %  %  ol Kminio hih H:.thsh*h., tl tnornim I" UM B I>r <;rjr i in hwo children WlUiam Mi In,. ',|.i Carfb that *hv Inunanarly 1 it was ncliinj; liiKhtfull. OM U K Shr *aid lh.,w-; nnvelt> for hfi two child ran who thr iral lime Speaking of hvi Ui| from Ihe U.K nhr *;>; win rough foi the AM ball Of 0* lournrv hut ihc remainder u< good OaeJ AvjfM /A. ltul„U,y M l Kngland M rttUTlMd .e-lerdit. *H the De Ormaar During h 'mam the loured the 1-ak. Ui*tiict and %  %  VUca Rudduck M its PftSDOll NORTH and i:;iiott ratunod from England jri rh rda; t %  > Dr Uraaae Tli. n .-jii .i.i abroad. -Lmd l'< tni Oe ira-r %  Ml 1 I Mr. Wd TrtaMad lo take up an appoiniMan.mi Cahlp ani Wirelea*. Trinidad. Just about seven years ago, Mi Webb was stationed in tlai-bad, He was Deputy Engineer. Cable and Wlrele**' Branch at St. Lawrence. He was accompanied by his i son. % %  %  • atari %  %  • eiria %  %  ' %  %  plained thai I %  Mi %  ,-i u was o %  WilU-m Ml hi* pen with an %  ll> un9ANDWII in B Wiih StfyaJnaRM PAKE, to %  %  nslon in I in A %  %  l %  If thl' I'M Ihe mm. ilted rVadatlcfc who ha i ; 1 %  ter — i . WHS ..imut my age — uy M He %  Muncthinj; ahaM dOM Ud tw had a iiifin Blind Ra knew ery wound: and alghl sond' brj her side. In should wake in the night and %  am food. %  "ing. when her i.tiuianb. of no nf iila |i rbu on fru%  iRd I KUKarated a rat" UM oounaai aUava Ihere was. I > ^..ul siuxi %  %  i *J % % %  %  %  %  motru* •• oullook ir %  •n brnrati rp-ai vav ?i %  M*I a w .rtw 1 •erklMPr-r(•iMb.iK ara •.• %  • %  •uuui ima- irvOOr i>f as*tia Jaaa >/o/>* \yIons tor Xorwvgians By JAMES IHKILtTI NORWtGIAM ml%  %  they did in SepU-mbei. The Swedi<-i girl. "w ar.v gaWng M ISS M < M OVD mingh.-fin .in iv.d ti i aaj i i tha ie Offaax Qrd WhO BOW liv" It i %  ; bail %  i Domuuea frlaBd Dw u ol lh,De Orawae she has connaetwru to Doinlnlca. bul Iba 'till ho|i lhara foi CbMatakai aaMnwhUi %  ,,. borl i n Barbodoa Boa I ih,bunora Hotal I palnl v of tve.mlifiil seenery in DoaUn HI try her me of lb %  (Ti'i On /A../i.Al.v MRS C A CHBNERY uiiNig UM 1 %  nivinii lu're yesterduy morning I N MHBg M M RINI i 'HAH I ANDY Of %  I and ( • :..i morning m the De Oraaae i Dark home nfler speoon-: Ofteetha United Kindnm '. mandv look a tours* it %  the London Pol*%  Rral In,, A 19^-YEAH-OLD N H Valanuna front Rn| He Graaae ho : %  • %  l*le and Wireless, nan assistant YETT o, Mcnlserrat who 'or man^ years hai been residing la England arrived yeterda> DQ tin lie draw, she :s n nagfa li I it IXirlng her sta> \> ill tv th, uin V H. Ini 1 View, r Street. : %  famlli. ineludlna Mi 1* 1 who has racantu taj HI Na York. it tin *fiT 1 Watt bn BMaH iiu Ml I'vett incnl m,, tn-nvli 1:'IIII*UL Triititkitl M il. It V VICTOR, i BtJBntcd Ki.'inh 1' morning by the SS He Uraaae nrotn Prance mtransit foi Tnmit.id to lalo Empiri(ban 1 AusiiaUa %  *-'• %  w nylons lh.. I 1 Septetii bar, .•!'.i> tail 1 expect to get fewer and rawer and fewer of them. REASON British n>.... IngB now aell more ag Huttah cars It. Trade nguras public show It 01 aald overseas last afeanl *t—* aalM leaped from %  • riiro la .',-HOao 4—ru aMir* Hoard of Trade, pi.'" \'i %  I I ^ CROSSWORD s I C 5 ^? T 1 Listening Hours iitinu nrt IMHH CM I C!" f -I Ih. I e^w > p 1 r MM r m. e.ti*i %  1 1 Mmhwi Nawy Pveanuaaai IS p m Th> Top Tutvr.. %  t p HRoiM^-tip. J p m TTtt Ni M,")* hMve I Wr.l laOMi ti%  T-nk aaaaa ^ %  t in* aot aog. II %  antauaw. oaouaM. |Bi M*t to loetuda %  faau nf tU < %  mt*ioa bfotan paiiaT I4J i'.rmuiaa. 1J1 ^^ luaj u.e mao u praaa. ahi Sid.-.'.onallr tl lap neari or 14 ft) Nd u> pout out. (W V.terrd whan a lara* aotnbrdtpendad. (?i Ada* w na-: q rsie that 1* -pen. .. DBW -npugti to try a eaU* 16 aaaaa uaaes an* calf nippy, (at -lain* w:.*i, m naimaea. li i':ac*Oia iba Uttioor*. Ill J'OlwajUB nurwry Ago**. **l MhDcanab '* %  '-< %  ( ia ,) : IUUOB banal (4i tree ISI i'., ; u „%  1( !!Hi -. %  I1IS.' fl, .row oOt (41 jaemMlTr IMIsraaca Oa*a 1 1. RapMaaji i"(H'iiri 4. UMliaj •wst.r 15 Wa> If. Laaa hfa I %  I adds :%  r-. tnai aandwunes were aerve 1 gl half-|a.-t eleven O'clock %  %  iild have I %  %  MIST \KI — b\ C'rippen PROM eeetle fn A l g!,l Ballev %  Mei • 1 %  write 1 %  %  %  11 Crlppea baa HsUdrop-eri %  ceni HoUowa] md aaarnad from UM poUco Up the % %  %  tlnit sent %  Crippen, having poi*"' aaaaoea, acted her bat in quicklime in Bul he mede Mfc* He slaked the lime — put water in It — and *o UM remains laaaaad ol daati Major Mercer remembers as 1 boy at Harrow nol leni gfta UM BOW, War. listening lo | s|eech by nn Old Hurrovi.,n win IKMI )ut been elected as M.F for Oldham. and overhearlns say: "There 1' 'her Harrow Prln M in later." The MP. an Winslon Churchill Those Djy> gaoW to Ihe MercerYatea touch. He has siyle he has grace, he hei %  1Hhough they occasionally betray him as in" this extraordinary piece of dialogue gQOUl a crooked %  II iiLicknu. "So he was Bill hi w gentleman* He was ai one ol tie eiy best public schools." RFKRY AND CO They're there :i!r'. whole bik in done 111 dialogue, ti 1 not Major Marcel %  npaari BI l>e lellint from his 11 f %  1 eharueter named Boy ide.1 by his Other Self. ti rofha i in ta w Bat i pi eaaa rom did aot know, Major Mercei-DornfoTd I*B*M I ihe begetter of a cult centred M tha characters of Boy and Berry and then eTftvea In the piige> of Mereor-Yutei Ih.> women are adorable an adored, the men are witty IOC in the way* o Weir aagral Their world of eternal vouth aeHara the grass Is always green and the sky always M ttu> world of post-war Europe Ma|o r Merrer found that out when he tried to resume lh, Qood UfC m France after his 1. • k THE WAY By BEACHCOMBER A DlSORUrrTLaaTJ irfaatn m restaurant asks 'Hy whal bit rn aftaaa could what -rnbed as hare-soup oi th menu turn out to be some Kh-'h w • Hush. Iitil. one H was no error "Hare soup' nds more dart in cur • %  MOW, 1 gnd nowad.iys only the nost tiresome gourmet will no dlffatasjce. You canno xiiect rattaurataun to provid planntory footnob to fhg DW Btl I I I fl 4H in*. iKl.lnwis in O\M:KII>, 41 In.. TAtanswi .-I'RTAiv uion %  nn ooffTOM nwcti N IN WIIITI* ( 0*1 u,\ NIII 1 i-. i 111,11 1:111 111 in :, WIIITI 1 0TTON SHEETS KII v um S.2!i & snsn l(,l,n KID lllMs M a um sU.Dtl III 11 sill I tS N x IM -. :.' ri \is WIIITI: PILLOW ( \M S Me. & 98r. um 11 PILLOW CASES COLOUKKD Ml Ms MI; FIIIHK IM\TIHIs. 1 s 1 n IlLM II ll. C inv Sill Till I fl li ins. $21.IM *4Ct*t0tt*< T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE BJ ^^^ Phone: ii^— 422,1 ^^^ ^^^ NATURES HALF ACRt %  I'nniril in I '.hnn ..1... Illr PhllllHU ll„. >U.l N.llirrS Ollldm.t Sp*. If* GORDON EDDIE 9 ^'"^^'""^"""^"O"^ '.WDnLDDnMCkl fi A <• ni STaRMl VOTIKIX The fasnionable Vermouth Chase away coughs! TWO WONDERFUL RgiVIEDtfS Zubes Cough Mixture IwflWI %  thai r.ipitlly soothes ixaveaakwl chest. oh innil> childumiBt lyrap. Be ,•; /uivCough Zubcs Cough Lozenges to lake, they make short throat iriltalions In pockei ifHtl lh Zooei arc ready to he popped mio >itur mouth at the fint ,T ion: throat, C -' AND %  ray earn Bie aga 2UIES INHALER in si. hc.it! In a lifts. fgOM ALL GOOD CHEMISTS AND STORES I r.Ulr>\N.. .V I l> .J.*t<"J>ll ,, p I z I P.nl 1 I AI I f..inl<,i Efldlo %  aoi i .HI//1 1 s Mil I lll\HKima i<>\\\ Johnwm BOPU %  aaelal Wall Dlaney H II m II II I Mil .TurhiiMwlori i Kill, III \ar oi TIII ai i, II %  -IMS.. II". r \*i vi r. llOrtS |.\l,..|> w BARBAKriLS I Imai HI -si I I |., .]-. ,\ 1..,. ..li..' I 4 45 A ID pn [ n-td '-AMEKON h TORT OSAGE Ca seao a wi I Bis Arlloii Thrtllrr -,i ;,,.... AliaTh* i HAMr iiininni" r<>rstand n\\III %  I II: o mi i Mfdnii* fat I till I.Ot'H si ;WM bit*.. BtttU V 11.11 IMI MlltlOl I Rwafej l-in* BOOB4I I III 1 I Kl V OLYMnc ..i Kara %  ROW KOVAL 1.,., i .v a is %  1 laili I'll "IIIIIUMI To-dav .„,(. in..ne* 4 So a so Republir Act,.. SAMSON AND DELILAH w'l'i*.,,. i,,!,\,. i..lor, ln atarrina lied* Larutr IHAIN IO AHAia DAKOTA hi Y.,", LO-1 PATBOl an. • =s-asr is?-.?. Double Dln 1 "n-"*'" Z llll.I) MILS HI IUMI M %  %  %  • roar or roRTt raisvi %  %  s \ni inn II MA 17./ • %  I/IIVV VI \ Ml I s IliON i~ ash MeDonald On" Mnireei I'OMtMII !" "! m, l Oai nii-M. s.u i ..II ri g or %  "•' HON g Hllt'ANtil r.iri taarttag UM Yvi ro PAY •a B : HOBl A BRAND NF!W 111(111 TENSION' DOUBLE AND CONWUHN-I MARIL [very Inch a Woition ( KHO WIDMARK • nURUYN MONROE ONROE Every Inch a Star. "^DotCt 2o and BUS Ml IMS Ol IHI ll\-N Robert DRU Another ORANIi MID NIOHT TOMORROW LOOAI. TALENT ON PARADE Frer .cd Cold CokaHold 7'"" tar Csrtan or HEINEKEN BEEP. nd thP Wra "HBAVsTX 3 ABOUND THE CORNER



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nSIDAY. DEC EMBER 12. HS2 BARBADOS UiUHATE I'M.I IIII:II >" %  ' r STOMACH upsets When the xomsch >• ,ip~ • at %  revult of heper-acidity, a doae si D Will** Antacid Powder will dii[fif the i>.in aad diMreta up; lil awaj FUiaJcocc. heart bairn and mdigeabon a> aooie of Lw •ymptom* (Sal thia nrrN of acid in Ih' stomach can bring initatraln De WitfaAnuetrJ Powder aoon nejtialiaei the acid and at the tame time other ingredient! in the well, balanced formula aouthe and protect the defecate viomarh lining Get a tnppljr right away. g> ANTACID EH I POWDER Lfl ttmmtm Ann mV Soofiei Stom, BRITISH HONDURAS ECONOMY Citrus Exports Are Increasing 7 JOIriT CHIEFS OF STAFF CONFER LONDON. Sunn Cm* Volley, described U window' of BrWafa H united to be tha icene of tl i twnag in tht col says Uw IM1 annual repoti pun ontn IT*. Cil cleared land plant, concentration plant for Orange and tTwpCfiruil | Velio.. • for ui* Bwty Iron hon-e • Hi MM nrrdrt Ca riyeMi • r\ or the i % %  At the Colonial iv %  %  I Ait. Vuta, October. I0S1 awnta to the i raecnad ::i ooo rtei nthU In,11 regular!) i %  Lominurtists Damages Estates A little mustard LONDON %  %  lymn rubber aKatat during %  (.! %  lll.V. %  mpeUad I 1 al 1 MV.MI.~I m Uw annual wood, valued al S3.K4eJIM (I'WI^71 '"'. I S£ nd Kl'. 1 %  %  iMckbone ol th. country'1 c* my, and. in last, i product! incldried i .'j.3 i feel..; tunbci and "lit ion 58S>; I'd .it tnojui (cnrstT) l.'n nl Ituildiiii: %  %  %  %  I'llV II. Ill fl'l I III I r bean 1 a* irated mrisu to Into ihe Isti rut a mora bmmtu 1 .iopen, anead economv and much attainimprovement in civilian ranriuo ilon has thrrerorc heen given tn 1 ajw| .„, Incraaei Ln Uw Bo* at programme of road build inu with information enabled %  anfng up naw area* Forces to aenlavi battai raautta rnr ajpieultuK. During 1951. a n i hl %  nll-lcrrorun 1.1 considerable progress tno R cport %  lh ;,i the ma ~ n nwortani roa he Uvat of the inhabit. I .1 ;..| tarter in tne campaifin.' WHS 111.Hi.' linking Roarinu weetern Dunrtct with stann Creek and the Middlesex Valley, m thai this potentially rich arc;* •ill have, for the nrttt.me. land D-M'<"UJ prolongation of communication with the capital *".' emergency the economy o* contiiiu.11 %  Mfti I,IM( lATist PHOTO inn nwiiauad too J Lanrtau Gee Hoyi s \ %  %  e: Oaa Omar N. I an P/uHaa ... u nif|ihulO| Singapore Has The Best Annual Report %  i %  pore' This iauuid Colony M;IS ;U HI: ptodUCpd Ifat ''Iv the leporl C tin* tlull and iintn^nfirurtlva docunatnta produi i ther Colonial. the Sii tor Iwl la pi 11. th< the rpporl %  %  %  Oil Source Vo. 2 \otc Bt rillllMIK rl lls 1 PJDON Trouble In the Mid.il. \ • In the I of I li "ii 1 Onl> ' 1 King rrUal 11 opened a tit the Mciileri.mean. carrying 14.000.000 lon.< of oil a vear La run ba %  %  rniah fa7.0OO.000 lr*i %  In O a f o r o Va tr aal T\ %  -h;ires arc intcrnationHUJ owned, with Britain holding %  Tim 1 how UM capH I Analo-lianian Royal Dutch Bnell I {In which nuiahi holds 11 %  an MM i:.ivt-(Nineiit PJ %  %  lie caplUI belooap to Mr %  I V.Mi. Baal oil .nd give* \'. 1 %  %  i.ir the company SO so pioilt-aharlng ooct III> the Iraq G 0 pad Iraq i 1 31.000.000 tins %ear riding U) ban peak I %  !.. It'll LI Qoarnmarri i %  an 1. A"I.. ( .HI.'I t board to s|iend the 1] nufUoM in the wav tli.it will '%  'ielll Ihe Iiai| pruple nwrnt. Mi 1I1 nf UW money w.m eai%  grand la btapMa lha anca faruuj land adding 2.000. %  'ii'v" land iqoal :,, UM .„ .,-n, f Kont .nid Suaaeit New Sombre salesman gels a 'wgutar* order C\M :i a traveller in imoker'i accruotiei. If you want a lighter, a cigarrite holder, or a hookah. Sm'i the man ho iheoti the lalrit bnt Well." I aakrd him. "ho1 the grral door .to-dooft?'* -Skid m "v /." Mid Sara mut'tbJy ".YuoederionvMiWf.Faroa# Iftntf. I'm awufiaafe./, and HAWI ymt'rt 'wVind l>W the k*-i •/art W IA" ymirmrx I pul j-ur aed'f into peddi w f 4 faar of p o*. "That't probably voui trouble." I ta id. "AbadcaKolpipet." / ' ,J Nam../i,Hv •lake I Mid.' I.i.dYou're being upiet by the <0 It ol piping you luvr iruiJf you. All you eat hat to go through that caw ol pipe*, and your bowel mux lea have to do the puthing and pulling But there'* nothing lor them to hing on to in the wit loodt you get nowadays" li' iid Awl "Not at all.'I aaid Hubblebubble, toil and tfoulile in yeur tammy a dote nlconalipaticn. You're in need ot Kellogg'i AH Bran" -'IIVrrdw*tJMf(wnei'ir'ailW •Jut at the right place.' I aaid. "You have a little A ll-Bran for breakfaat every morning. It'i delicioui. and it givra your diet bulk — lomething for thoae mua%  Ml to rh an. It II make you regular' in a mattrr of daya." I lelt Sam dajMun] raw, and when I uw him a looked M if Beam %  UIMH, •MMh* 1 l***>tfl fkMJ, "P/eafwea> aMfki 'So All Brao'i put you in iKc big time, ha* it'" I aiked. %  i m alrc.ilj NI I Mid KILLOGCS ALL-BRAN ,.PaawceaaMg i %  lai Mid* lorn il(h otrwi lav era ol wKoit adawA J*'io*'lv o. •oailed A .: %  -'l a-vd MpB. Mahai a lolandid hjaaMMl **d raaiy appelut>ia cahai. burn, a"d BRING NEW BEAUTY TO fOOt HAIR At thia Holiday Season When you want your Hair to io..k its bast try A. K. POMADE it will enable you to dress you,r hair easily in all the latest styles mostly by smaHhohie,.. i;1<( th t Jjjj | export surplus ol llo pmall> dry season rpalorlt) ol %  U DM ,u Horaea I Glbaon PI* / i %  %  '"'K i-"* I" "" and caaii.il labour on aBUTM brought 1 ..i.,. | plate, pti ' %  '' %  • < measure. Hut lha It Mn I lm,1 """ U: of PJ, ll'-d. In 1950. Button >a ol conaanl BriUin lost M.ooo.tHMi t..i, Tin pr-luction was 51.167 tons th.One of the greatest obstacle — only 370 tons below the proI *a Sinthat bar to i" Ihe vtoua year's Agun I (Mi W i I lack of sufin-ient ikllled aprwul..t labour and mil The neoplr have facton cont Ibuting hi tl i-^.„ reared to %  tlmbei tconori ftucad output. and it -will venuire intensive rey. n Colnnrs. To,, education i efora thev can be coneni i rec0 rd rice crop of 1949—50. lria report eonl i nnbei* verted to aericuUure." the rei.I 1M] ;rA ,, ,„... ,.....,• I'arl anieiitv adds.—L.E.B rnoard tn. aaura ol MX,780' %  '"* tharri |M my mind) •;. publb^uofl of ,iireci la -I,,. ii. ben Ah from ,,,.. IP5I naaon ranchad l.soo The Agricultural Department t'ineentratinK OH cultural education, and have bet" i which have become the obiect of incr aaal ng rood \ production. THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! Clean Fredi Mouifi All Pay Long! A i %  %  have papa%  Utgia I red %  Masai in iii'i"Utput has done inicb la mufci ii|> he lo l upplit'i I-. UN *' wnKuwait ini Company, operating iiions. Inviting i .,. ,Korea of %  ihe I'II %  m Gull i %  The Cannibals L-cord. Th,figure 61 141,780 v ""' ton. was reaches In cofttfiariaon "g.nm.mg ihem_ f.ki my mi.d) wnti 435.S40 tha M foi the 147 period. Ihe (••lollies Governor! (Coat Of Paiaafei) The product* n tlon figures of lacaul JI that Malay.t i an PTI ti.ii! it i total "i Uon i i %  ... ., ., coloui oi Kan pong Ku. h i i n brought to ihe ln ., U0PDON SuR. HJ arvauva the Bacn %  i | nfliea why Idll | II oon for the FREE ENGRAVING All |X'ti> Sunlit from us will be engraved with your name or initials free of charge. Sec Your Jewellers V. De LIMA A CO.. Ml*. 20 Broad St. Marine Gardens, and at Greystone Village th.it parhaj dl ot the VI ills nf .slioi become aerugtonMd to n more krl % %  —i.i:> from the serv '.he niiiin. thev % %  %  action-paGatad "ton,giving •>pression to ggJOnj fend • Now front a civil new and diflerciu ajpacl ol lha Padflc war. Jamaien-boni Mrn. Lucille In-monaer's new bonk The Cannibals Is concerned with ThT r I" "i _.! .._. areo„.n V %  "• %  INew 1 Itanium Iximbing of Pearl HarlKiur. The inhabitants wonder wheth• A'.icuale to New in view of the threatened JapanavaUuuj th %  %  %  of bar ol cotonlal I % % % %  < %  i wor* •Hem publli invasion, iwn homes. in their Planls Dominating the plot H the exevsmrwa tnordinary love rtory of .. g.i _. who lose, her met !" i ll( uuujJad i •'mi of tbatr BriUari puat plants f.. T utaniurn ntanhan li i lives is vividly descrili l u,M Wf Ittapafl i %  %  %  prf who u in the can me hi ,, | pi Irerafl Industry, it koepa ,u irei %  "it's A Bigger Ufa", baa called means %  %  tart is being upon her wide experience of travel production of this Import and people to bring '"'.' %  ,l : ""! •t u B V u i "' ''' wu nfra-motion foi hli , M, Mr. Ci ech %  u. xinrr during the fli ... nd the w ll-known ,..,, ,,uii affairs. Miss Margery to lie mnd r tin H ., %  hieh < % %  ..,,• %  .... ,,„. t| r work is Profess. Da* Id MHl % %  I %  erno i | m tl il I i — Churchill. MAIL NOTICE ... pMaaaji To. %  ilth appeal for (or to era M V %  %  .'.. ..( during • lion to the %  %  i ..it log II I I ft w/.s or EXCMASG8 bats' 1 'to life. Her clear cut ityle : ing thi li %  M maKe the wtM* readable. THt: t'ASSIBMII i"iitl A to. +*&&** t %*S r *ssssssssf t 'fS&s*SSS&************SSS* THERE IS TIME!! NOW is the timeTo look SMART — If you are smart To buy a New Suit for the Exhibition All Styles, Materials. Colours and Sizes THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU OARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from S35.O0 up. PANTS from $.50 up THE LONDON SHOP LTD. Lower Broad Street o The Complete Man's Outfitters win be a 'i tha J' an i i C ...in fear* ti ,,.. ,,.. Titanium h.. ilroadj baai %  .enoient iiu in anudl ,, %  ( foi ihe romp r eaaoi enurt i: i.,. i is limltad %  :iil(l by the i %  -' | t 1 II ,,..i,."iiil Ltd Trkc MM 1'ONK 1 I IV till • i.a.kf N, IUNI in b, %  British Industrialist Demands Tax Relief LONDON A jeadii Mr It M |^. tTaatro Printers' Asw--i.ition. hai i •-Mested that if British compan bra are to inert thai things are i %  Bruce it must not be itnir.'icn. Mit/Re-riimr II that the Tn I Inj i tors to n,| i in the Merlma am WPB the present h> I UaUon. Mr. I. • %  Mnanchtal Tlnw of taxati oa obte' %  ; i. nl on. ban i lei reti 1 i %  %  i -,t revenue \ ri for example, al hi which appear to be only because they .. %  %  %  %  %  I matter lid bi ii Been H does fljimnge i %  . %  gaff, wh i .* i imii h a tech%  %  %  hole, Mmh . i. Tr<-asur>"a new i-nwrr ;,r,.| th. rtage of M nvnuh eaoun RM Bdautai a 4 ihtm nmpkttb i Meniawil %  uroen hctjus,.' it .ilium. ..I.e da! it>n Nalure'i way of luminf the diegiving energy ol lite tun inio %  Matin and Raahaaai *^o -on.in chlorophyll nofta n I BMrwgg n I ii>t. itw active ggpJB .hloio ph>ll in Meiiljsol agapj ..,.i ,./.. MI aaaU da* refara '." aranf TaM lana tgnnoarrMoai on both OKO and wnmen vtilli Kid hiCJlh llonii il'lcr hru-hmg ihcn ii MaaaMoi noillh tnloui! Ihtn. M aphjd helps io bUlU ii' 'i. hg iMh) gunn. 1.000 i .i bootnouth ICMB dm* oataa dacaj aanropi genre. lb.il ..in I gan it ogH %  viion' MJlaOM of Ana %  "i brili .it,-' > i tow Man "'i .. >w/. AlfrriHf.f ii'i" fholrmoiilh' ri0iiTwisoi looH^siL YES// These are some Items for the Home . &f S.nnepunvAliiiiiiniun and I n.mi.-I Cup% Pressure Cookers The CORNER STORE FOR 111 1 s SUOPI'lAK Icinu Tubes IggBj Sets Patlie Pans llonche Pans Stoves—li & it Ilurners Kleclrie Table Lamps Thermos Jugs Ice Cream Freezer Aluminium Waiters Mincers Ki!rIn n Knnes Fish Turner*. Spoons Polulo Mashers Kicers (iralers Skeiv.s S| r .liners Efff Beaters (rot.irv I



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PAGI loii: IIAKIIAIKrS AIIVOC' VTE I'RIIIAV. I.I C I Mill K BAfADffi.gA ADVOCATE I M jg h M t „ ,,,,, \| \\ | %< I S frim-4 m • IMM OS* I.M. *>••* —, lr4| the he ..Uiral societies which ui i %  • In many parish.. end which helped to foster that deep-rooted Barbadian attachment to the soil which ; upon by many tfenot visitors to the island. iiulturc has ceased to be the only reason for the exhibition and hardly a year passes with" %  CM offered In QiMon'i I'jik In the new traind •> Display of Mounted Police was added to an already overcrowded pro* D ':ie. The popularity of the Exhibition is evioV n! Li anyone and it may even be argued that from the viewpoint of the majority migh. even be more popular now than it was In earlier days when It less to be seen for the payment of an equivalent entrance fee and less the attractions. But not the only yard-stick by which exhibitions ou^ht to bo measured. the exhibition draws more perH %  earful financially than ever before is certainly of threat in-, ance to its organisers. But whether the exhibition could not be as successful if it ived ofl Into tWQ or more annual exhibn; i. K ttitm which its organito ask themselves. At pri-sent Queen's Park does not offer adequate display facilities for all the living or inanimate things which are sent for display. The poultry section is admirably a aftunodfttod, than u ample room for the judges and the committee members to partake of refreshments, the ki-nnels offer Utfale facilities for the dogs and the owners, tinorchids potted plants and ferns have plenty of space, while the area available EOJ cattle. §Mta and plgl is by no u reetneted Bui almost everything i crowded to, ether. The book of a tagt Ji not the bi %  place for photos to be hung: the walls and show caaei of the upper room of Quotn't Park House would huvto allow for %  display of the items of needlework, punting, drawing, ind other exhibit! In thent rooms Downstair in .i room of the < niter-building samples of rope work, lishitu note, hammock white coral %  tone pots, stuffed dolls, mHel buses. arinplitiies. sisal work muls. tinsmiths Uncturoj and many more interesting exhibits of local handicrafts can only he seen with greet difllculty and in contact with other interested spectators. By contrast there was ample accommodation for m excellent display of CUt flowers which had lost much of their freshness by the %  ftefBOOn of the BnM day. In the open thi .' round provtelons and fruit Were moil B. U aett\ civ d l s ]> 1 a y e d %  IthOUgh the entries fnun the elementary %  ehoola ware disappointing More overcrowding was notue.ible [n the downstairs room . exhibition. would never have if undoubted C i %  erationa "f Baraccommodate thamneeda of their day. %  %  I the Exhibition i.eld even in the grounds of Government House has set a precedent wh.i ovokad should it be vas no longai sun. e rn exhibition. But whi ihibition is held in future there ought not to be anotl • agricultural and industrial exhibition. %  hol'i.; urinf \he Mini%  uid be : 'bit I (HI ' %  %  .. %  I the %¡ Thli wa new in?-': %  ho instituted l ; more ago. ruder Till: HO WI J<:iltt ? li> uooiiiiow WVATT, Ml' Tinounrement that bat' %  urought ban i OOOS '(nil Ihr (luar-ls are rwdv... %  . Hits will be* brought home for UM %  ..• and the Guards—the words are almost synonymous. Not that there cm be ai linn t thf cnlivt-ninK of bar Majesty's Coronation procession by the mam l 'it lit %  colourful Guards. As her personal troops that is one ot their main (unctions. The question is. Who get* the privileges and why? t*> be able to *Ufl wcll-to-U A Guardsman in the ranks must be five foot ten UtfltMl hi*li Father*, % t,.ndl..ttiTs, meal and of good phy-i-jin !!< %  m..-t gran be prepared to accept the roust pearerful ant, i nrHir ns * o e asset*. .VKIT.V 'illl Till. \l 1 M. -l.l 1 %  ,.f eare a* former 1 a>r*'"riii, for War, a |snN> Ut M.P. U da* huh %  Ilk rly U Ur.<.lll-<1> UVjltt. -1 P .. basnet! i Idler bf landed in ri-Jii-e v ithin . ttrek l u Dar. ii. i •• ii' Kinlend* I'll now i i pea rlimr thr iiru.tir u r 4,u 4 rd 1. -Use l*rt .-..ii. ii tied >tr>mihold %  t ti\ lies.Mill s >..hbrr In the Rrilhh Arm* U this trae? Not naWSjrh rigorous drilling and dUcipbnc in *00 made IUIJ of the three servitvs. At the to brain* or technical skill protnd of his training, he will be ttV PnnnBl through ..rid raojl re>olutc •ohtf itoBsly, in the win id ., Snebbrrv although th be ... THE tfiieena Guards, Horse and living Is m .:e a corjw dfVIitf officers thai: %  o far a* tne men go. The exregiments. cepUonal courage and relmhility in battle of Guards unit* has nrv. %  \nn I OS I has laid Par a stonewall job dJO* DOES It m:."'-!1 Ye*, becjuse une says theae (iuards oOiccrs lack courage—is not %  tsOUgh, The UCM ha* gone rsa In battle went to • r.U who could sl*nd Up If wt are to have a rorpa ... m tt Und selected on a basis of competence, not pnvUegc Sunw re good—but the level i.f knteUiga 1* below that of oUn* rSSjInitlsti renMnTibnr % %  late-intoI Hnada iarb ': %  Kogsninajr. Weaiy staff •ftiicrs were planning; oomplicatexl moveof unit* lo,Uw next d--In preparation for an attack. At last, by 3J0 ajn.. the plans ji'ir-t Then up spoke tno aenlor staff ofucci Guards division Involved. %  aid, I've bea nertUni %  i'f tht ( %  •iiiumvre were in the n jisUrday. and not the DM • tntn n no* And sd was ,.: to do again. •V 1 c *" remember, too, i> SOC14I i bivllier OTULI .. imimiisllianrn regiment of Uie Hausahold Cavalry, it* out) was to give ui i oemj n* i^r.t ot osainst odds they cannot ' %  %  tietterrxl .wtioii M fnlS* OS -topped. For iieac^tinw UHOIIienkil the The chaige 11 -jnt^nd the mrn are Guards make .i perfSet • %  -here such IT I the srrs>ariUina)or* and Once, because they .irp the ;ir p regarded as a fosU Royal bodyguard. they were abovi are ruperb; ala*^. the officers are, never allowed wul of Britain In abOVl iVOr*"* between wars. N to soldier oversea* in Malaya, or follow M • i.Kiblc spots, Uke other dutj |> .:;;:.' % %  I offk: _. feel out .f •' They have to modem condition* in i.il ie[ M Wtr n.iturally the field of Meets but eneUM tejcniiUnenl w to cUOn br rent I .. liitie. officers in peacetime The offker ovs of ihe Guards om I their wi is the last entrenched strongbjold of prtvilctte lo be subsidised by the Stat?. 8l not efficiency. deteini. I 'No < liqlies' IN our a-med forces the %  .LllllKer man b i ouatry, ) rliques. ,nd S ipoks Qenenti Mr.idley. chief be of Staff of thi USA only this Cloaed Shop But i. :-n UM *>'. .mission ot the war who was n i at his parents' %  %  atk. Thai ouabf to I* 'me of the 1 Army Democratic relonna ha%'e widened opportunity Ugly sine.the war. The result Ii that ti;.HI'I h Army is the best ti WHEN i>ftVer* pass out from Sandhi-i I •(. %  allowed '" state a preferenee for the r menl they wuuld line to loin, ins 10 UM Whether they get then choice or Harrow, depends on how well the)*, have done at their military studies. I UM Off* of the Ouarus. The qualifications for tho BOne lo rsOB-public Mhool bOJhl in With their barks to the Guards' closed shop are a family other n-... v 00 lor the right to association with a Guards regiitU] mi-ni, am %  neiagh prlvata BMTMI %  olectfon I •* But Is It fully effective In demands that no of i .i .,ncement should be isfussd i" the enterprising! The only qUsrter which holdi THE Tlllltll VISITOR "Moderately go.*! atjoe Bir 1 and "Jolly good ahow Ma'am". The 'Sir" In these obfl I is Gerald Antruther. author of "The Third Vtattor 1 *, which Is being given, as their second production, by the Barbados PI Ire Theatre. Thi V ll Annette Dangan, producer of UM plsy, who has taken a talentnl group of amateurs---really, the standard of amnU-or %  > Barbados Is amazingly high—and given them just the little naoM and how much it Is. of technique in speech, movement and gesture, lhat will animate a stage tVOB i" those moments when Lb) has neglected to do so. L-'t ihe best that can be said for the play, as such, be said at once. The trick ending Is very neat The audience ought to be able to foreenM .ii any rate the sssneraJ nal tunic Mttia in Ihe proceeding? Dnb very few nentbei %  o, And if. betwesB tin beginning and the end. the good lines are apt to be some rrmarkablv soggy patches of dialogue, there is enough—as the Barbados Players perform the play at any rate—to keep the audience racking their brains about what that final solution of the murdcr mystery is going to be. It Is easy for amateur casts to perform the average thriller fairly • most of them do precisely lhat. But plays of are by no means easy to do expertly. The characters are muill> Little moil than I Nppets; and, with Uttlf oi cbaracterlgstten to get the UM tl i the technical trie! %  I > %  Mllind on in qua %  sion; and. with tiie aid of swlfl%  perfonnance that make th( improbabilities %  Mrs olsuslbli tta Is actually in the theatre In aiming at this sort of stand ard, amateurs arc ai advantage; and it is g'c.illy to the credit of the Barbados Players that they have seized to the extent they have on such opporti. < hiyraclcrlratlon os no exist In 'The Third VTiitoi ami h..\.kept the ball rolling so well in those stretches of the play where the author is mereU m-uking time until he feels he can bung alone his next "diamatn** sit The outstanding feature of thr the Empire Is its wv at the lower level, so to speak. N i OM mvis .i T ally ui.tk p. formance: no one when on thi* stage lets the show down. If one were looking for signs of i amateur group, one would expect to find them in in lhir> case. John Roach, who plays the pact understand, has never appeared on any SUSS i"fore. Mr. Roach's perfonnsne. I rwevOl the successes of the evening IliVolce is on the light Bid) will probably have to U) %  n ewhat If he is ever to Ion, but ins IS ;i Unit able ant' hll I One welcomes him to the Barbadts stage with much "nthuslmm One other member of the cat i* Krom A Correipondent %  %  ihe i insensitive lo tin the programme has it) ha* 1 never i had not acUni %  thoroughly e*t| I i %  %  are here all right -and wtlh thena whlch one can only SSO khidi> and i 'iigiving oal UM author has ugnaUy f.iii-vl In Bill Millington with anyUilus worth attai long, Mr. Wellesley, indeed, gets so much out f thi virtually % % % % % % %  one hold* one's brOaU topple the whole flints> jt.ii well enough to %  .is wall as bers of the amUcncv sonM of real ddiglil. How nice, boo, to be able to piaise utireseri'' those "f than at any rate who did not *• %  in -Twalft • Mills remains the Corporal In "The Middle W ances, nood attain to thib • Jim hi> oerva-ihatteri l i %  i %  %  %  %  %  %  %  its clear dtcUon thick at Urnasi and, uumgh he is I %  most err, i ante just the same. At the risk I I %  %  I hat the Barbados Players %  gi-od to have Ii Inate pr... i I theml 1 Uliil I would like to BSVt • Of Richard Vidmer. Win: there very good Indeed. Ha mant and ge%  and he 1 could be as I fear I how th. Kurton I George Challenor, who playi Jtlt i ;my rate a sens..! % % %  %  not n great deal mori to %  veloplng. I loo> : I : %  leagues. 0 the tWO a momer.' tape, more Ihnn anywhere else In the play. I is forced back on to the split-second timing, the lip curled at precisely the right .,i %  flashing just the ngl I amount of Are. the %  wheedling ami feigned tenderness, the haggard % %  "in" who may (or may fOI .i MrtOUl spot of It, as some more frivolous critic might declare, a good thick slice of ham. Largely debarred from this refuge. Mrs Dowding remains very much her own attrscttva stage personally, sczes the opportha occasional SffacUvi vea nicely, and •>• slips Into a certain air of coyness. when coynesis not required. Out i|oi stale defect. Per%  at her see a good amateur than a second-rate pro% Bui there Is no that to lend any real conviction, however temporary, to ibis particular kind of part cne needs a professional—even If only a second or third-rate one In a lesser and more coherent part, Pamela Chaytor does excellently. Her first stage appearance in "The Importance of Being iiggested that there was some ftrst-cldss material here. This, her second, appearance con' view. I should like to see her in %  mere genuin l> emotional role Her delivers "f I In The Third %  poea uiat aha might %  -* of it It is a real pleasure to see an amateur, %  -lldressed one The two roung ; i : ti that -nit them tar ifoctlv and know hi s to wear Iturn. (Mrs. Dowding in the last srene Is—to put it vulgarly — a knnek-outl. The I Mr. Bertalae -erves in purpose will and f quick changes. comment. however. OSR nget that unsung hero f this ind so many the fit ass Lance Dowding No one associated with the amateur theatre can evai have ilwunk more i dly from the limelight; JOHN <.\r rurtiim over recent disquieting disclosures of what has gone on—and may still be going on — among some of the rather odd characters within its sacred circle. UNO will be equally successful in keeping its s can da l s' from the ears and eyes of the world. Haven't we been sentimental about UNO long enough? It has not given us the peace we hoped for but war. It is not giving us safety, but in insecurity Instead of spreading amity, it is sovrln| suspicions, hostilites. and provocations that must inevitably bring graver disturbanies. IT I? OPENLY working to disrupt the British Empire. Isn't it time that like the lucky hens we were permitted once again to choose our own way of life instead of the way the wizards have worked out for us? What do we get from all this mighty army of divinely inspired brains? TAKE LAST months examples. We had an %  % %  ht-yer-o|d child treated in a fashion that no child should ever be treated in a Civilised community. We had a butcher branded as a swindler because a Food Ministry snooper took the view that some chops held together* by a piece of linaavered skin should have been sold as a roast for a few pence leal than could legally Incharged for chops What did that monumental example of stupidity achieve for the taxpayers? They had to put their hands in their pock* is and fork out damages to the butcher. I am delighted he got them. But 1 ;mi sure we would all be infinitely more delighted if the Ministry of Food saved us the cost of similar nonsense in future by shutting itselt down. Its days ef usefulness are I uke v. on the plinth. The Duke returned the salute punctilioustOOk the wreath. THEN CAME a wreath for the Duke of "' %  %  ing salute fresn : eath. A little brushing up I ( V Far nil GARDENS. Mi.I t UU I QAsUM N HANI U A pQwaei jupl.ea I srtarsnvs and in X EVENING SUITS Your rlioico of 2 and :l-piecMuck Vicuna from MM MNNBB JACKETS Linen and Tropical. gtafta or lB—S29.00 IBSBSS PANTS from $37.ixt IIRKSS SIIIHTS EVENING !>y Welch Hargetaon, collars iillathi'il mid oYlm-hed . HARD FRONT SHIRTS by Kadinc TIES. American Black Silk EVENING Mil KS. Accessories. Da (OSIJI A COI ill Gifts for the Family ll miIn Tins. ,\irs ruddiiurft. rh-.-^. In Tin-. f*rrs B,s,-ulU in tins. Carr*i BIMUIU in pki. Itutrh Hand Che***. Basstt ajaa in t%aa. I'.rlr. In,,, \\hi-k.y K>r Hha*e>. I igur>—4 [ortions I •" %  •II \ CTnwtaaa, Praam %  -ir.ilK.rrlr%. '•"Id Brjltl Kiiin ,.. tI .,1.1 Wtsta In town . •r 111 \s; < ALL FOR lOfR <. KIM l nil B at Broad Street or at Ken• IIIIM.IV where we hjve ample i^rklnt *paee. Bload M. Naa. 3H43. 5|at-9? KiBsjagtafj Nil-. Mil I Enjoy J & R PRIZE BREAD & CAKES I'lHIM — WK IlKUVrlt. BIV THE LARGK TINS FOR Tilt: BsOODAI I : lb. Un Slrswlserr* Jam. 7 lb. Un. Ka-pberry Jam. 7 lb. Un. Mixed rrull Jam n lb. tin. Aprteot J^m. lb. ii I. Pinrarpl*J-""h Id. tin Mirmalade. \ i,i 111. ml..1 Rum in I isl. Ian \ ,t SUdes Rum In I %  >! in \ sTOfJI c \\ \i\ IIRV DauWKI TO-DAY. Order Early-GODDARDS



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I Kilns I'H MBEfl i HAKIiAlHIS UIV.H Ml PACE FIVE Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition Stresses Need For Private Investment In Creamery Project HIS V the AduiK (,ovcn..>r. Mr. R. N Turner I Id members of the Agricultural S-iriety at the il projects like a Central Milk Dep :.-iy and Central Markclniii Aenc>" I have a much belter prospect of succ* umnutted itself to the extent of Inv. Hii Ei addressing %  US -_ __ ^ii4kk>|i I li \" A I ..i thii -JIM t t ll ISCST .rm.e i show &*• WiUllIUBB and t: %  %  > i / %  I %  W. H. K A the Speech Day and Prlxe, in he was met Giving „ f „,,. s M-m Mb I Mr. IL I. Kb ,, r Mrs and other members of the ComN(les printed tinPrtu „ group of song* by the School's At it. S. A. *"*d Osborne. followed by a number -ITS. Turner. of recn.iions by pup'ls of the III M IIOOIII ^ IBlHHHflHB' n 'QjPJFFUSfOIJ 1 L h u ) i ^f i 3 % %  ^ %  *> • Governor adrha play "The Buecau men •naeUd. 1! I Kin,. Vic rntUmX tha ,.,, ,.., lh cnanic ter ! %  I moved the Vole of „„ part w( n l a n n %  b utod the prize, to the Mr. Bethel! .aid: pupl ,, „, cr whlc |; he Head"II it my pleasant dlltj on lie„>.,.„. Mr A s. Smith gave hi. ncultural Society nfnn ID his report Mr. Smith spoke %  I ol the work o( the school, which > • %  factory In of many handicaps. Jhe . %  hirti standai.: ire a e. I mlht be however lhal .,„, „ hoo r attendlargely depend, upon the .|U..liTv ,,f its .talT mi I THE BARBADOS RF.DlrrusIOK SERVICE won ,rat pnxe In the boothexhll'lted al the Annul Exhibition ye.terday. The.r *]o,an "relax with BediHu.i.'n" t?aa w.l! it.-in.t.'d an ahown above. Rediffusion Booth Wins 1st Prize At Exhibition afc th, %  to-da lid also like t M J elaUoa'a booth attracted a great cond pru TinbootB. 1 bej bed many Mr. ('. A. Ooppin Bock from I .A. liuxiiu ss I rip IJusCoiuIuclor Fined £10 For 0\4'rlou CIO fur n a bu.1 to carry 31 on (X-lober 6. plct.levl guilt> i M rt* .0 months' lmllh hard labour. Knu Kell Mr. O. B Oriflrtb tald bin th.t* ,. nd with hi mid ask Un %  %  %  %  tag ( .f thi if Kai .. white u I tea Reed on tx-tobrr I INI i \M Ml 111 ni of Apterda> Their Hot \ Veu ind Mr. A. J. H H.uiwhell reversed the decision %  Hi Wi | Ml C I W.,. .1 District \' who nned Aiberi liiwn ^, tl 30 .if. • to be paid in M day* t.r 14 days' Imptisonment with bow tor not keeping t< -ide of the road while d'iving a motor lorr>' on July 13. I SSI. n %  a ti mli 'ti tta i %  wlthoul prejudice, ftnolhoi %  ..:' %  %  i ivlng a lorry ageJi %  d Ithoul prelu HI *foran p Mi w ,: %  .. ri %  i.lssed thi>i .., %  DRINK k DJ0Y COOLING & REFRES?!INr 'HU: Tl* : it lit tOO mr.M %  .I! on ,.t sma lined £3 I -1 TI | %  i lOfunenl i" Hi Mi c; i, Orlftfth to %  %  %  Uve* %  l %  %  Bank uppll that in the ni-IK-aled Club, vertteed %  %  %  % %  Ran motor quart. %  old Scholars' AssocUUon, the oil nd at the eUmodin „jll,rfv, • rta Club, and a liibricetlon guide which instructBemaet ;,iy rortned Parent-Te Bematex 1 lion ell ol .. v useful puriKMtes. .stall was another endance tofi>auch to be Messrs DaCosta I CoUd's were buUt Into tl :tJ !L ,1 SS <'-"' There wa. only a good which adv., I during eaamii the booth [acturon to the narentnii'l ">••" dtoflayed the Lucas tn.tt.Tv '""'U 1 -tri*T .>tTaeV%  i. III the I'ark an.tti night • horn %  led to aunoat do On the lawn neei the Park tt" %  %  t \ UMM ot d music, was agricultural %  Sales and Service Ltd. which is rat to i ivo In along Th with the • %  ;< 1,11)1,11 l>-0 bt^.,, silling sill ,,i II,M. .1 1ft. %  %  ..in... should h.i'. been two i enee -.Mil.IN Bush Hell. the POtarda) thai %  ton i-eit tolen tan bfti %  i in hronl %  % %  32 ',, ,.;,.rri.,it., to lend their children i; ""' Th. ran attnetad 1( years to cimie our Exhibition will •^^ ^|J* p ^ 11 i, r ',"_ T he roll -oil bl Afferent motor norna on the varioua I-'I%  m SB tie was |l Mr. Bn pressing his Ii rial m name. Cattle Show \ in %  % %  leultui i t and %  •dock breeder i .. i %  would like n i> be, but •nade and dx.ut the must iii,... %  f the dlS' I i Imate, i %  i • draw at" hich can and might senn. iv ..tTe.t not Khtevernenl only %  ny In this hool regularly. ,i the begylnnuu of the %  %  led U *l it had %  d |o III The average attend. % % % %  hooi eoiini. r. People wen big %  %  %  : | Od members uf the Board of Managerfor then >" "Second Home" Mi r. B %  %  tract !" ra t" be There Three Hospital Domestic* lift urn had ~ present i which be praaeora %  cans carl and wheel hi acond I mne." type tractor emoag Ota other agn. i to the untinnH seal cultural equipment on diapl gad the abllKv of the Hraditer who mhh high which wa* situated IUMIthe Lake. ijbi: M •Harrii wheel NUeg then inoke "f the &eetora and other aoulpmenl by of the School. It th.same eomDany. had pro. i Prayers Mr. MervUle CempbeU, an r !" **" !" d *heel tractors and i %  %  i n %  %  i in %  returnli Prol man of Mlddleton. Bl Oe At COIC Hill. kiim in Bni %  l i. iM .. i-. a, .. QutnlyrM D un ot Bl I %  %  %  i ....,, i ., ,, Irani : is ra' which w.c j...ih M. Talma's mothai The Juds %  ',( %  |l,ir fur Tl %  i pa thy. Knlgh! ol I •Jj 1 I-land Scholar who is ,.' %  K LeettllH Maahee • at a Among the booths which S^SS "*3 w > ' %  '' "> %  IL £ ,hl r' ; O***" c:rlffllh a P rM *' T %  "•>: '> '"• Public Ubrary. Tnte booth 2f> by the a .,. lnw in h( UK< Mr CcrU WM sl t U( ,ted on the sbun irarrtite coming tl who wu awarded his bottom storey of Queen's Park ..ght or. the toM or shoes M.B.E. at nc age of 2 7; Mr. House. 7, in n *e!rX. n \ bov, l ierl Humphrey Walcott. Chief proThis year was the I '"-• < Uition Offieer, Mr. Louis Lynch, flrsl attempt at running a booth. P %  "<>' IVinirpal of M.Klern Hi R h School. ?!, Betty %  G nfiltli wtW to be cautious and to report any Mr Bcrrv Thorpe, of the Visual charge of the booth, encouiaged rumalS to the Alrtl Section Of Department of members of the public to bom* present Education and many others. books from Mr. Nlles hr>ped that the school On show was a liook of cartons ,n would go i angth to adileh u Mrangth and ended by extend"' l>">oks in the Adult Bert ing the aaaaon'a greettnsa to the aiiother book showed the the types of books to then , they Open Day Government Vet. In ou condition we cannot afford to take chances Foot-and-mouth tin us. "i ahould like to thank the ... %  is Commitaudience who per( %  "* I"* c K T..:.. : -he Bc\* deed: and you will permit me a g R. Ripper. %  Ken m i i f the Dog 1 d ine much .... %  .on. Power And Fuel St. Mailln'.s Boys' School on "We have been toM mat BarWednesday afternoon la %  : %  bade* Is on a bath of on, we Open Day and priie-glvi:. nlng of a rvi>ort. -the headm h will make the tap the charurtng ii.ethodi. in edorati-.n hope 'he HOW utd rt-mmde.1 pgtent %  "( power ihraudi all boyi r that standing s I i,,ty. eech w might rommuiulv and the aroo able to boast of-the Indus,,... m )mporUnl M thc toW yer, OT the tear, • deed parents and , .ontlnued .upporl. The aetaoo %  U .Hum. of th,'Moon%  ... H indiwdtb Annual J*' Carol, and No,r.. Spiritual.. " r cif* s-ial Wellare. Omcer. Mr. a. he*d C. D. Spencer. Inis>ector •) IH) paxe 7 Sole In \i,l Of OU UatiUu Home be wiii .m that oc co ato. %  nol told .it la i a are arranged in a s*iow cos* at taar and f ut on sale over the I : the The show case this %  tti icnve background of Toys include • %  -.es. and %  %  ash trays and other misceUane-r and a ous Items on sale. ). %  II.. said that ter Royal ! Brat year th. %  %  • %  Mnooihiv, but when bwy a i Aaaocia transferre-l to the i HJth they i perienced some hard : Tneir most dlOeuJI time In th. U.K. the, ship was delayed and they hi to pay £2. If) rooms which %  fortable tod a) %  Their M • to h.r 1 ,i %  \ grit makitiL tup. pv 'o b • l nol prepared to i %  %  it %  well with the • i.lIgS I..I both ouujoing and tog >. %  il lu.uid mitigate %  ICECREAM TODAYS PINEAPPLE CREAMS KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS PHOENIX ami CITY PHARMACIES aaittHQ^y^ ii the lousdisiAl Sigi 4 all. See th?m at Our Cosmetic Counter t setsaaata < rack-r. h.hi.n-; two phial* of perfume in three Sillrent prrfumiSSSSfftSSSBSBj Bl in a most uir..inr bow. Dusting l*o\*dir willi Pull l. t Tale (ioya Hand < ream #>ift Bon arllfa Peeremr Bowl and Hand <.roan < hrbt. mas Cards v. ilh 2 phials of Perfume. Twin Set uiih OSM Perfume and Lotion, (fitarlet set with four 'lifferenl perfumes. LOVELY LINQERIE QIFTS CAVE SHEPHERD & Ca, Ltd 10. II. 12. 13 Broad SirMt. Art Silk Slip, %  :.:,, Art Silk Hull S -. IT II Nylon ii.ill MM -H.I An Silk r.n.i i. 83r. I. |LM N\l.m I'.inli.N •-'i'l I. HJ| :^ Nv llos,. 42, 51 .III.I i." IMIgi vvilh .l.irl. oiillinrd llci I-. il.uk \IIMUV of dark II. il. Ir.nn |U3 In (J IS pair Pop, silk lli> >:' la lii S2.63 '. -i|t',." All Silk Nlfhtlft 1.93 lo MM HARRISONS N — Dial 2352. • Il ::i



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PAGE SIX 11 Wtl'MMts \I>V()< VTl U'.lliW lirC'EMBEB IJ. IS PREMIER TALKS ABOUT EMPIRE MONEY Britain Must Become "Banker" By BRETT OI IVMt LONDON New Zealand Prime Minister. Mr. HulUn.: %  t London's faim>-< Sit and talked about money—money thai he units to set I on Aid it seemed the last thini he need* Looking pre I p e r o u s ant* healthy, tanned nrvi ceemingl. by the fortnight facing the lap c ; -carpetrp-c or, "in.: of thS v %  which ha. housed more mill.nnaires than New Zealand has ever ponjasjaed It c '!••• I mdba home of Mrnnancier* — an Misters. And while Mi Holland ex1 the lights* nver | wintry '11 it him haowlnib through wide window* MH need." he said. Thoughful a m added: •Capital Very well, capital moalf •Minded rood i with "money" .ill about, it didn't 'eem such a difficult commodity i i tjiie. Not • %  thought Mi Holland, only too clearly. ••New Zealand ha* approached its great need fur capital monies." ho said, "at a tune when Britain. who is normally the channel for obtaining such monies, is having Mich n -difficult time her own nccounUt. let alone having a surplus for landing." There and then, the spectre of t h • Commonwealth Economic Conference which had brouiiht the Prime Minuter to London, intruded like a draught off the rainv streets and the interview settled Into a succession if uncompromising realities • Providing Capital It la true that if the quest : ->r< of providing capital was to be derided on the basW of credit worthiness, no countr* would have a higher priority than New Zealand, 'Hut It can bo well understood that Britain can't eon-.ni. r BM needs, of one country It and. quite naturally, if something is done for one, then all the others ..ill stake thail lalmi and the mniegate would he far hoyond the reach of Brit Which was aumuiK. In the first place, that lints in might navo a few spare pound* lying around. Tlmt Is the trouble Fveryone gays she ha-n't Not nt the moment, thfwaj Perbani say the %  conornlal i decision i tuken at the conference wort oul iilccesfuUy. Britain might again be in a position to resume her mlo as banker for the Commonwealth. And New Zealand might -elfvision Far Ihe. (Jommon wealth t •tmno.iwe.il :ri ana • tptMn | : Lanaua. anstill I long way from having Qianl say "Jut %  rail." All in • same. It Is practically incvitabu uia. one any ...... ^ m bt ing TV aerials and tending mor.' to become Ttay-.il nom.countries. That day has been hrougV much DMNr by recant Brtu %  < %  dvaneag tn the development •• "canned" television pro These Indicata I n whan iransmittent have at last been set up round th.i wealth. T-Vn-wii nill mainly we film reproductions of programme! originated In I in much the same way thr.t BBC sound featui corded and flown to for ie*brna Me even if • the supplv "f .ui" actors, i Drned I • lam-er %  %  i still bo lacking. The solution lies in the u-.\ the inteIIi..T • use, of Film Old tHrns made for another purpo-i won*! do; the quickest emy of "dining anv teh V %  o nil it up with Uu i of the ClM %  •ilmetl te,. the only inn i %  Ji TV expert* honking ovemeas. It mn.j ned" nrngrernmea hive not been widely produced before. Firstly, illms made by orthodox twoininule-iinietho I .in* too co-tly. And a second rdasonl a' that the quality of pu'.titvs taken direct from the cathode-ra} tube, as in Doen en' ory TJ %  lemand I f-.r quall) repra High deflnltli screens h en achieved v not t Brit led to tbi year of a 1 %  %  :. %  technique foi thi pr< It i directed by Mr Normal i ''mcontroller lelevlatoi A trial film liasgin m-"'" on exper i mental studio and camera equipment It has beoo (MR'ISTUAS iRRA,\GE.\tEDlTS FOR COLOMALS ;.oMHN Chrutmas arransements for I Colonial students In Britain arc' (ready well under way They aler for all taster and include ..1 cultural ... tivltles One of Oaf MIS will be the student dance ui ; LandHsD, More student* than ever heforo have applied for invila•ons. And trie organieers plan ) book a ball which will accommodate mor a than last year's %  ecord number of l.ttOO, They also plan to invite the Stc'Ctaric* of State RW the Commonwealth and the Colonies and representatives of voluntary so— .teties with colonial IntM Students who wish to take part study ooenoB, itaj ..itn tngllsh familic*. or \ isit a different part of the country can so. fares and par' ' ***** expen-ses for the study courses covered by the Colonial Offices fund to whuh colonial Kincrnrnents ntilbute. . -|>1 .ns Illustrated by the fact mat rs. Culson. liaison officer for W.;! A'T Btudenl Union b ol the Mldlaiul to ensure that all students mere spend an '. % %  .!!.!... Lasting relief from CATARRH of BBBkt relief from Nasal Catarr* u *r %  MenuWUtuni'. I hn wonderful breathable halm, when pat up inside the nctse. acts inantly "tour et x-vt hrcith camel nh>Uag s.ip.ur. i^ht up thrx*h the nose wlikh open up the nawl passaets like in.. ,ind lestore Her breathing. A ho rub Mcalhotatorr. %  frccK on >our itiroaf and chest, this breaks up i(irujou> ASK FOR REAL MEN-THO-LAY-TUM IN TIMS AND JARS Made Only By Tht MtnthalMlumCo. Ltd., {Eit. 1889) Slough. England. PICTURED here with ike Secrptary of State en the Colon.al Advisers to the Commonwealth Conference. They include Mr. O. H. Adams. Mm*)T of Executive Committee, Barbados, and Mr. A. Dom**, Mlni-trr of Labour, Trinidad (both rapraaentlng the Wn-t Indies).. Mr. A. Ullmour. C MO Secretary for Economic Affairs. Singapore (represent tug Federation of Malaya, North Borneo. Sarawak and SIngaporoi, Mr H L. Jones. Assistant Secretary (BconoBurJ. Kortbeni Rhodesia. Mr. W. Padley. SecreUry to Uie Treasury. Kenya. Mr. R. da S. Suple don. Economic Secretary. Eat Africa High Commission (representing Tanganyika. Uganda, and Zanslbar) and Mr. K C Tours, Permanent Secretary. Ministry of Elnance. Oold Coast (representing Oold Ciasi and Nigenai. if meat, buttrr and che> i "No. | dont think Ihei much scope for expansiM manufacturing lines. An> then get some of the capital pm\ ide haj icqulrenionies Mr rfolland wa* ieferments of % %  ring to. of re sourc e a. if she baa Money for what' 1 "Kailssay exmoney, %  -.he will tensions for one thing." h<> eeicl %  | • .nker" "Hydro electrictt> di*\ ••lopment And then Inspoke ol a subLocal body requi" foi eel still very much o Uculatlon Forestry with What about %  ome tor eat Ing export Industrial i>. III "While I'm I rest men I I've-bet ei we make on the devoiopmei i of by I secondary export Indoat] %  be colncl The 5,000 ulthnaleU m\ tO two gp ... :.iid man] reached Pakistan In !" % %  Bttied The Otn hi MM eacapad i,. | found ii" 11 the Roof of the W omnunieta Invw in I0S1, they fie.i to K..' With Itttlt I %  0 drought. It'it the] coui age And they deti %  wey to Tuikiv. whoM language they understand. Now one hundred an them. Including 33 men, 35 women aj .i ;tt i hlMresi have an Ivi d ivo been esltl %  • &Kin the Turkish authorities Hi them in Tviri: ern, mounlalnou* disln. i meet condltloi I to them. ar suitable for ralslnit cattle ,md shs-ep. Another group f '' bran Pafttetari rSS. Eventually 1.850 of ihi Ing Kii/aks will be all. I r a^rapei iitpest — i..E.s. shown .v tea witn marked suocess. Thui %  Lond %  i i %  H 11 %  %  %  than t' 1 1 PTO%  nomical 11 mtl v in the world ran achieve cumomic advancement without eoi %  like Britain, ut i" the ruippy position of to provide inost ol the equipment needed for tlUs p UTOCD Uwii own rgourcd Othgrs, bowtvBi look to ill.more mdustrigliy developgd countTios io supply %  larM pro] %  • i %  %  %  uuniig eountrte* through etgrrl :t.ooo k.w. power like Canada, Au united itlnue. i %  then %  rangunwi goods, mere end mot lion of o trunk *• of then demands I i n TunogV. tad in capital equipthe con tTUCtton of Saudi Arabia'! pUblk (tiro •i i | the provi exiKiit flgurep. vent f<> i large praln haudlmg an.l iv iiiiiietin for Industry. plant III Arfentlni (the In 193R. t|nb the Southern herrni-phere), and so on. SI pel .-nt of total U.K Nor does the story er, t with tie ; in IBS], export i capital good there era 18 per II.' of p lot) i wh.it itiiuhl be .railed capital per in v.. in:; i itutg en(fkene -if the Incresee In • i brought in on i %  cL on the rrlbuh %  %  r %  .. %  %  . • on, .-n the net any thi s^inhratea, on ;'ie Aleppo %  %  rtii country) nthei Coloilthn Plan i . on erttta the v i %  %  mud vehicles, uow hem* guppiemented ships an. i K (inv%  in IS6I, roughernmeni h ly SS pi ., rvices of' % %  .! %  %  .1 %  %  pessengi i can ere Inn i > %  • and tlfl epei Iflc training ilLded.' :f the dephj i i2o ac%  t ilutj of '• and II has made vehicles were foi export, . general offei to take n compared with two-fifths in IS4I Uritain. In fact, hi not r lc proporUon "f electricity* r. v exporting experts hut also generatina steam turbines c\Sereptln ported i df • ital del i Exi Inveeu ml goods U it to the en -ll t,. Up) Id. From the point m 41 to 55 of the CU lie rf their own n I'.K. Kxpsir's |.e:d • are a %  piled One brad %  : I. %  %  %  S trade ngu-t re supplvlnp eoulpment (ptnrX C 1,600 cranes, and tools i for the C 1 %  .a generate power difference to our expert f.guree. Cocktail Cabinets For BUS&B I 'N[)ON led luxuries ire i>lnnned for Amertcani


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FRIDAY. nniMBiK a IM mmi vnos M.V.H v ri PACF. SI W s Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition 4 about r-'rum parr 5 tables and Bib, \-h:ch. H Mk ifbM v :u'Ullur* ceasclei two years MB. 1 could poinu out. is a "sine qua non' hardly have had a more untruelood production In this IsUno live introduction tc and I ronfmWi bow tat favour-' ..,, Wlth reasonabU'"•*"" :n% w) tneojp ... i .,,n quite % %  -:• the Kxnibitlon I nd( .,m iu -nt would U* ..nly i..o vv.llin ard and variety of the Exhlblti ... ,-anl any rca*onablc "" ur "i V '" k Mone which might b oned that I fa Tho ,u>adlv detei "Ladies' l%iaars">, but I had to lar * amount* ... acknowledge that tho best of mv money are .pent oanvnl; 10 in ordi "Barbados. l( lain form of a plei I .ng ci I .itivc. t %  i iv ah a high, intermediate and low has cerrainfall Mi idvanlages. in th "TaUti-if of difficulty of judiiing. lant climate, an >%  %  WHWf the t-.-k tha Dog Show, and 1 acratulaw the Baibado* m aeral ucIt i Impercess and popularity of their ;erthat Barbados tion %  '*"l bound, to, way its naU : ".erition of the furniture • laSVa r... .Ike. !*• %  > < It,,,,,,. l-i.OU • rail" i h.i..ii It.ll M IM > ii J.ion Jo. .1.1. (., t. % ..*.,!,.. I.I Ulf %  1P' I I..1* [j m had %  • %  Mm OKI "in rl M is ILOMI* K< . ,•-!' M %  OalfetoM a..... -i I. % %  1 u wuh M'rf lit HMfU'fl M'lih 0* feM U.„ A D.tl,~l,4 (#)••>• .Ik.* MMtl %  a r i" M. A I %  idei.-al C-W %  rnUl I WhlCfa seemed hi 1 %  %  : clasa advertfcae. %  ; I I %  tie of hi* (or her?) Rtapiiv which I found I inoodf. lamet,-. v. ani ihat he ii will use the pronoun awarded a special priu m the ) acciued to be Water Colour Section, of the .nd other flowers, which .•(Torts WOO! %  > among Ihe nwt popupoor shown* oOBspered With a u re him that he ar features of tin Exhibition, of prodigies winch wet. on show el '-use as soon as there is anottvis not ..Ion, and that I the Exhibition. Similar!] vy fall of rain the roads slip, shoulder to shoulder Far East we affected. Ui I. CODthe brtdfJM COllapoe ami the work "*}* matter. The visitor is naturtemptuous of the cattle and has 1 poultrv which we law in Mici.il,. the money Is not, of ' Eastern countries a* we p;. the sense thai through from time to time, but ,,.,. -is or let ugakn 1 had to admit that 1 had ihe roads open and get the %  %  in Asia to compare with Ul i m. ,:i L,.„.;„„ hibm-d at ttM Barbado* show. 1 .._. "M r.rowon remember, too, bet. I by , b !" u ? 1> >"* %  Bwmot, sorrel and loeUah _to trobarl which I had not previously seen, themes of reconstruction in ihi. and also bv the (to me) odd lookir "> "'"'l the i. ing black-bellie.1 itieep, and Wl b*** received of h..w t.. tat Me : i, lost in admirat: ..-problem of soil erosion. As lonn aici tuttftil iiraj "t flowwrs, aa April, on the gcroB| and succulent proWrrad (rUltl rn ssDdaiUon of the Scotland An-' hni jelln ervation Board, which '•ame awav feeling truit the Agnup by Govenitnenl to get !" „. stand the s: un glad to see a-ith him In included D.K)ths by the Boys* >4 lmll>l>. rk.l.rn.r.1. >.hr. r il,i„ I'.l I if. SASW Whfc* SlJC MM HUM .>f -• r.1 hv th tM %  %  %  ,d at.H-h Drvvdro' AsI ~ -r lKl r I %  Hi II..I-." Ualr hIKHIM-I. ..( Ihr IUIMI,Ual l*rrf*luBl %  of Kuli -u-Prp rwds. i Baraa t %  i.. baaM Ps* %  • raaui km %  K v M a iun*i i team i.f S hint, ..„_„...,„.. ; ^~ bewd-d L -IU| l..k I. I .i I am 1 bad manners are g< not. But conversations with many visitors have satisfied me that in' stances do occur far too frcuuiiit0 rre-er\iiii; ( li.irm "Now i hav* h..!i talklni tec %  i harm of Barbados I i nrtng, not %  HI tlun account alone, but on Us Olrll' Clubs and the Committee for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb. ard Of the delightful alc*1 ei Utbui I'ui.h. UbrarUvn, Whl ie I would have liked to N f Hie prlic f.iks |n the Garden Class which was pretvasM befora he left. This was a 11 eal gesture on Sir Alfred's part. .c: UM I w. n Parkiaa I jiiwrt..IU n MII t, ii.. %  ..i K l> .( tl | 1 r % %  > will i...i.lr.i i. < IUi Ih-rcre I close. 1 think tha make a very brief UM outbreak of Fool and Mouth Disease that has occurred in Martinique If it caught hold here it could easily ttle and our goats and oui |.i -. The t;..\ Ii taking reaaoiuii U 111 %  ml tha iti%  of the disea-i md bus plans well ,,i; :• %  i measure* il makes an appearance heie It may well be that the Hegulationa I prove Irtsaorna to ome, and W do i havi ilreods raci Ived a comThe -.! % ..i.t. -, W-Hn I A 11 l I l aa V t u Uiu. i .II,.MI ... JaV-M-v II n it,, "VM. •• % s.^-T.^l md uiMr. i II M lUl M H B iv. AO.V. ..i !aMa*C It,, II, I NWUl IMir -PI 0U W. %  %  !. ina Kin(> i' %  Bat %  % %  pa > i ,h..* dl(.>.*4l IB)*' !..< %  msnaam>, iu-nr st Hi. Kan., M*l pir of XH1I1S M.-l. . .. I 'V"'i: %  it-it"s Kive Year Plan '.f to have n world-wide reputati. iih* and by planting (lower expert on the subject, will find it possible to visit the Island v bin the couraa ol Ibe oanrl %  w wnibe m their garden-, ii they no nbut on the roadside — %  I douM thai the remedies which """ SSl! ^''K^' will propose Will l drastic and *F^J£j2"£!&22u**' |ect that the Plan Itmj, !,,:,,,„, ,.;h private righu -l ,hc tnee to the Pine 11. %  Development and T I fteived the approval of the Legislative Council, havbu beea Jas5ed by the House of Assembly during the .ours.,.f l.i-t month. "While it was too much to beautiful and hippie, place to Uva pUmant got no sympathy from in throughout > by me. his inconvenience ts paltry it that their houses or compared with what is at stake, ipots are kept spott ,,. ;% ri 5l hM h|N ,,„.„, Jrrth anthusdaati fjvery pai %  nd il is th< fcsiest thing in the world t< f>uint out %  mission", f am glad to nottci th.. qu tiv. of nnd property. 1 sincere! that for their own salvati, the common g to 2* acres and renters who Bl offer reason..^. %  olio qualify instead of sjn as hitherto. "It was with the same end in vhtw. namely Increased productlvitv. that pro\ I Rhe plan for %  Acme, a dairy raroi %  mk lines at th %  pilot scheme for mot for p Killtles for artificial IntenunMon—the exhlbibi from the CanKl Livestock station year's Exhibition provide an exaallent advertisement for tliis— fil under the auspices of the De%  ortment I am sure wish for i N lhl ...o experlei paat two Exhiif Agriculture in the Department bluom i. afti I 11 naultlnf peo• %  f Science and Agriculture has pic who have attended regularly been generally welcomed. Several for many years, I think that I can months an th, District thai in genera] the till 1 Station! were being rritistandard of the Exhibition has ciseri in my presence, and I pointbeen well maintained this year id out that ft was the Deputy n.rirat and Foremost on the debit was side are the caifliexhibits which duty were certainly not up to standard jl II regards numbers—45 I to with only our nt Section and. if Agncultuie Informs quality ,ilo. [be %  indaj I t ahoi Ited has also been disa) with the exception of thorn which Lave been i \ ith the i far neiow market Wiltshire Horn type. In I Caribbean area, let noctlon, the Director Is of the alone elMwnci*. that It simply was opinion that the siandnrd of sheep not possible to obtain the service* can be ereatlj Unproved by of an officer of the required enltcroaa-braecUni with tin '•re. introducrd Wlltahlre Horn breed. Tost Filled Bxhl .tors in "The improvement of the conthe SUCH Cine s. -, % %  :. were feu %  I service in June gave the ln number and did not strike me. i. which it i' layman, as beii.. never had before, of tilling the my opinion ha been confirmed !>y post adequately, although % %  ii I to il,;-"j then the Secretary of State gave a Tl too, un' W.'irniiM* lh:tf ln> wonlH iinl t'irul I'ise.t.e will IMkept • holeheaitcd co-operation of every memtier tnmun t> will lie needed to Proven! Itl spread. "Finally. I should like sincerely and whole-heartedly to o late the President of the B General Agricultural Socti r, K C. Ii<-heii ., prominent KAMI. %  nd also Mi It E. King and Mr. 1'ctcrkin. and pel all their many public i h id i helper*, whethi i foratib listed 'wn oo the Committee 01 not roc there ere many ladles whose help tod a ho ihould not be overlooked on putting on a tirst class Exhibition The) deserve well of thIsland. rsM> a ru %  l r.4*a.a 4 In*. 1.1 Rrdlam Id.-,. MB) KSaa. ..! %  %  I No II. A I I III OnIt. to/ AMncW 1 Ki i ll %  !. %  1 I'. OMI rl"l""-l Ul Uhl l'..Manl. CkSM Hl .... Ihr ll..i..pl,irv %  Mmi.iiuli> Inc. Kr ol Ih* llal I.I Dan a %  i S-r.l .1111-1 Ih. Mi II II Nn.i.,k um %  I III, ll.il-l... Ilant aw i. Ii Ihr Am I.UIa*. la In.l I sra.p.i... ., IIH... IN. PRIZE LIST (continued) Agriculivne lly entrusted with the of supervising these Stations .. falling off was hardly Io be > dered at. in view of thr failure to %  of Deporj Dlrecl became vacant over three Three years is a monihlbtti Dtrectoz ^. me. ill m-. i > :,. an %  aa A t'lMllrnar Cua iir.aanted i.. „..,i..i bhia I' K-oiila ollk M.IT. •Hill i F Il.ilaoi. (iovornmrnl IMI. A 1W 1 I %  %  ... ll%  y ii Brlltom inn tsa %  I I Mluftl.l. -l Hf l. ll. I ||BV > il>ra .1.. iiP %  .'ThM %  I " i I .* % II Ih. Uw MIE J... %  m ia as a*M, \ o i ruing that he "would not "tind it doubti (..ul In I the revised conditions. Io rlorUcultural the services of an omoi section, type required. 1 was aeSo much for the deott On ordmgiy relieved to learn that an the credit tide there wore so many -JncI J W S., ,o, s,,) j w. ftmAh officer, at present serving in Nyasaiand, to whom the Secretary Of State had often d the appoinlment. had accepted and would Incoming here early in the New Year, At Ihb stage, i ihould like from io pay a tribute to Ihe loyalty and conscientiousness of the l Kuittire, who has carried on bravely without a Deputy for gratifying, and the goats were up over three years. With the comIo last year's standard. It is good ing of the Deputy, the Department to SCJ of Agriculture outht to be able to being taken by peasants m lb' 'directions, notPoultry Scctloi llural Extension it will be k. pt Ing exhibits in Ihe vario lhat it [ %  dlrhcult, aa Invidl it any for partlculai Livestock • In the Livestock Section the i itandard in the poultry %  LM t-ri'u: Jtaocin :-• A ii ..-of Assembly reaches the Work, which It has been comI • Hook. Elsewhere in the pelled to "loft-pedar' through l % .. y. IT flan*. inection. bCn; earmarked for lOBIU fOT th* tNirchae of im U, ihe event Of Btoving successful. Water toiilrol Ac! f'l hope. too. that it lorn; i.'.v come. it o. ii.if. II r. L. 1 %  > UK | H.,lkrly Ltd. and I hope thai %  i.m u in the Years to M*ff*" l"" *"'' undrr yur Whin itT cornea W sugar -J .' %  fj | %  ms to I one a n ., •„... rasaaal iidmlniii H.-K-. Tht"A.II...I 1 |l Ml ,.. i;,—i ng I i ii -•• %  Hah II,..,,..i l-l SI ..,. | Mat nuwlr fl* %  %  si. Bl A.il PI K.a 4 lai ll.a., 41Aillflrt (1 ..i.f'H ..i i haww %  ,. l-l A Ih ...r 1 1 l-l A iHv\ ..1 ,. Iasa>i ISl A %  Ml i Was) i'.-,. iA wa •->• • n %  I %  •t Car Bhtph rrd to i i -. i ii ii in i 1.1 A 11,11,%  %  0 S. Ko i rn i.iKi 0 SS A 1 %  Mi w il < Ktiglalttl, I .%  K U \~%  Uraaa Cup, lair Mr II A AMhi.r 111 l-ulli-t ., B* | i %  i II No %  %  II I %  live* of Un i 1 I II Al ot b %  "Although the outer rover o the Priu -i Ihe Agn cultural Exhibition, page 3 show that it is really an "Agriculture and Industrial Exhit r later seelions. with U* msiatulatc Turner Hail Plantation for again wiiiiuug the Challenge Cup preitcd ing the Ihe ich n I regret that I a i> %  Wve stab;-. |a the. matter and will d, %  >t to let the grass grow Meanwhile, the removal of the Tourism •referential custom, duty on -I alao like to say a word SI feeding itufJ ord <* *" on Tourism A Some.relief u To writer In the daily n Eevert to the Central Milk Depot 1 know that Sir Allied Sa was bitterly (usapi 1 ir"s propossli tnent onr' S sU fall through, and, %  my* %  Medially %  matter in which Oo arnment should not !>e exnerte-i Mi %  1*37161. S. for its stool plantation Ii obtaii of poinU %  a, with s >n lor us stool of i Pi -I BBS II.I l \-. I OfcAD l-i H %  Rl All AMI I OSftl nnNIRV fi B.4744. In regard to vegetables, again former winners have held oft challenges from all quarters. Mi h ii Brathwalb II ..n Hall having won the P petual Challenge Cup for garden i vegetables for, i think, the fourth Sl i. ely Innocents Hoys' School winning the School Cardan's competition for the sixth successive year I intend to visit tins School and congratulate the itaff and boys personally as soon %  ]<( BullU'lrDamUa S Cow. sa p*t R..I I'rad. > I : ii Lid, and uihl 0-T BM I i %  %  i i n. I Oil till la llrrf, : 1 M'llara. I -'•! printed and which I commend to membera of the public are interetcd in the subject. av be said lhat these projects are airv and nebulous: I hope that those who speak at this funrs will be able to point back to this day an it 11 i iw tne beginning of better thing*, to come. : I i "In passing, I am glad to see that St. I. iMOl won third place in this competition— it is good to see lhat gnl* are beeomirtg keen on gardening nnd •ire holding their own with the boya, In the Peasants' Vegetable Gardens the news that the outstanding garden belonged to Mr. hall of Eckstein's Village. St Michael, will cause no surprise, and th. %  j w Bi *i HI \M OKI I ll o MAaAarri mnrr llun !• %  Miaad lai-v l*Hl brMd. 3 !••*• Hid W Grli %  . %  %  B (I Tuinv D-ry 1 Wll Stop Pyorrhea in 24 Hours ... i i aaiM N w n II : .. l-,|(l |,|. I i kH-airr tnd %  l( V I) m-ai.i lal ChaUaa la. i i II II lAi pan sw HI M I '. eitoioi.R M-nt niv t 1 la iMliln "" t 1... 1 laalkd 1 K n 1 % %  I 1 V 1 1 1 t IMI %  resM i" 1 1. .-,. 1. -1 *. \R I \SI %  1 I.H 1 11,11 1 and %  aalrd l l-yi III111 11 ..I I .111 I IT, 1 S.. yj A H|ir•< aw r V. >C I ,. laai % ii-.i aaaeue r-. -..1.1'..I t|..w HALL'S DISTEMPER Is a recognncd first grar/e WATER PAINT Bsing c.l l.ojed. any ol applif Mion •nd ol out 11 ami mj COvSTJng Capacil r it ii ideal/ lufced for tit Inlar^K datorat -• awpOSM oKara a high ilandwd DM Rnfati b Jai-ad, STOCKtO Bf ALL THE LEADING STORES SISSONS BROTHCRS A CO, LTD, HULL. ii. (..ii i • • %  -1 II %  .-IM, Ihi ?! AIKMI". MOM i.irni IMU l'"ii I %  ,.| Amoian rorPyorrhi i TrenchNei "ul, f'o li| T. Herbert ltd Fartor. 1 A to r a (o. fUnUtloi ) Ltd Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE C.JFTS i the purchi K. Hi th. (iift. LOUIS L. BAYLEY 1951 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS WD CHANGES IN LISTINGS CI.A* • IV—'. ,I^'l J Si I %  1 *f ...ll... I ..-! % %  .a,-far.. If KI ins Mi. I .mplwll. i *inr. lasa W rrn. i • ,i Bank o tacadi %  %  boints out, acain and aiiain. witli iroportunatt insistence and un diminished faith. Tour; "*T Wind's I after Aaricult thele-ider nWtti*HaJI, St. Thorn:. :w -arvee ere adapting n uiisui'. %  ire set"|\, 1 ndustry *''"* *<-c"cnt examples to the rest Msnhai It is both a! %  %  %  B IMUNM. i PffOM .-I '"allrna* tup. won nirnal y and %  n*i of th. put up everysinul' c %  i fOl Bl.imre the pi Itself. A nrojrrt like this will 4y have a much I -.rr-tucers c Hwrnsclve^ to th<**•• %  or a oounr) Sit 1 : thai %  i %  marketing org i the Island, and everything possi blc should be done to i Its frowth. There hi no in* the fact that contented visi ton (I prefer the word to torn n thtm myself in the ear future and see their %  *' %  %  r I | l:l| ,. "I am glad to note lhat there Unbar of entries for the Peasant holdlns ar.d that the eener il u hiahr r than in previoui years. Among of nd mixfarming lines, and I am told adju ial MM vr-.p nly .-ire prom back again, but suggest to thei friends that they shouli! The converse Is true, of I dream of coming that tho task un himself, but dissi:: Irora doing so. Now n the tourists wol keen and other terra-.• spend much more money and Brithwai'make more inteniive efforts than Lucy, who won the ttrit prizes in l.l and I..d l;.*da KV>w %  •'"•• • iBi-ral.aalkai %  ..o.n 1 .i-M.h.I. ralraalfew J II "ia.naon. Ind ART* *Mi HMHi R\ll. i '. Wad.u and I... I H-dl-lSMaa Ka.d'd Ta-/—-al Pall* IBBIIII M ii'HM • y SWril l u il O.alUr... I II..„ v..I %  %  ins (tow itwtd in Ba>b*d'i Hill > 'airy. NS A r-'i^l I .1 rhallrnae Cup. pr%  iM—I l.v Mill J ll i rar.dlrr li U* %  t Jama No S A KtMTUI Pn 0* Si SS Will b %  won Jr,hn D Owldard MANICURE SETS in beautiful leather • cases Red, Blue, Black, Brown, etc, Remarkable value! Sec Your Jewellers V. ll. LIMA .V IO.. I I II Ti.r auantloii ..r the Public Ii f;,c-i tii.it ..in Si.ir \i;.ui, conn, II with th,Ci.. %  on and ill AdvartlMiiiaatc I islinys in lltsphiv (Hi iI ) %  I In Ihe lephona Dim < alcalal Adi.riisiim („.. iii,i„.) i.id.. .,f Jamai Siiaet, Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) t.. whom all enli.iuM !. %  .,'Ml|..s.iil CHIP I ;,liin: with Change* ill i MI ild, howavai. Ihe Trlr|lhol,c i aaaj P.O. I PLEASE NOTI FINAL DATE FOB SKNI)IN<; IN Chai IMI DIRECTORY is UM 31M .,1 hi I I Mill It 1952 thin CUafi Chaa g aj Eaira •I !„ %  mad.-. M Hi ind tl Marl id St. TH, BARBADOS TELEPHON.: Ct, I Ul. /,',-/.'//////



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PAGE EIGHT BARBADOS AllVni V11 CLASSIFIED ADS.I 1 *" mmm rou waan nuDAT, wfonn 12. itu TILLBHOBf 2BOB DIED %  M UPI i %  I *** ..1 i%  MIH V-tl.K AKTOMOTTVl IS Ml MORI \M %  %  %  Bt %  %  11 11 u In TAKE NOTICE FROZOCL! T*i* PTHOrsAKT) MUI-HENS . .1 ( %  4 •".him GIln>iHr No I % %  % %  1 I nrn> duly orlanUH n.id* %  %  i %  I ;. ihp urn* attar gn month tram in* 10th day a* %  >>.*mnrr IWSI unl*** Miir< %  |. %  I IB at 11 \ ffli.u-l... ui>ita ran ... Dated Ihi. Mtli day of Nmnnter, IS3I !l WILLIAMS). hxi.fir .,i n-d.' M41.F 10 It SIbi •III II:JI a., l*> %  I (. -I %  RdSt* 1 1 Dun < %  ; 11 u 4n ->r tup. Stl.JH %  .i.aaJaaar and ir.—l power l l lf COLE < II ll.il to. %  ( %  LU(AM'B : TATIOK VAII' N I-I >• %  n . OowidiHi ArMUM load • n*. Pl-ll aniNlna ardri. HRAU4MAW COAU 11m 1 fa. TAKE NOTICE Tosca firm du ... lhtow. ot ( .,,, wnoarlradaor buatn*** addm. j -|l '*ul..iii>n ..I %  0.4. • I IU|iilrr In rr.pnt irf Bir loUotw ar.it Ihr m**nllm* al*. natk* in dMpllratr I" nal mi oftarv if opa-*,! rrM ration Thtrad* mark ran b* >r*n on applralw.n at mv offer lbII th day of NnrnWr. (-.; H WIIJIAMS IWglrtrar of Trad* Ma*.. TAKE NOTICE Troika > im* m %  LOST %  %  • FINALLY GETS TO SCHOOL AT 68. POUND "i •pptwrad f %  %  .- liamavn Bit** IM HIM SALES Road. ronUii I %  REAIESTATE I-AM A* ..1 .1 b*. room how**. BL fi i .HI plant IVM-t-nm -pp> C.rp,. Mantra v r.nt fit |il IN ADVANCE D< I II U -tl. \EWHAVEN r*Br furnl.hrd 4-t roon hou**. Iran* *oail Dunn. a*i. 1 •.. n %  1 1.. % %  %  1 / %  itj i uni _. I nul auptlp Monthly ***' — 1!.n II V %  uarant*. 1 I II 53I. .IIIIAItl) . 1 ... % % %  MahV a> Ce. MM Dial fl. %  1 FtmUQEIIATORS CanadUn ni|td tr*. mad* by OIKXI Mot.*-HO ft. %  1 mm 1 ..1; ..ii, al K P Hl'.-iTt: ft CO LTD Dial IJI 7 1. m •!. LTVaWTOCX AI"MIA\ n ci IK Bom of 'HHWJ iinnar of Pui>* ini in,' i %  • .n. i I,.-. —Ily Ura nhlbll al mil K.t>ibn.oi 11 ftrd 1 W WiW. l*Mii.. IOHM •* K*< I Mi#fB. TV (ollowlnf hnr landad in Trinidad, at \ .1. %  1. Indian Gift, latptl.n GUI Admiral' n*naftt. M*dliranran, 1-a.ly. r^ > MtMoM. Hl.lrr bruna. H ,nbarwi. DrliuKXi i'-.rd .1, ... "" %  ml NmlajWja Al i'rmilo Full UHnn. Hilda*. wl*aa rM.I At E—lJni Tta, lllta Row ACl v*r llr*aklii| W.vi At < %  f ll.i.nill fbmlbani irv. San F*riiard., T'.iudad • II 4711 .Tjrlv.iLr. dci | (idip< > Mi Ui.ua, a lir>,i diilv WBaiuwd unrtai Iba %  iv. %  Manufacli %  11o# bu.in*a> aaMrM **1 Coioan*. Qcmviny. da. appii*d for ( -1 ot a Had* maih In Part ", .•I ifai-dr in r*ap**t of Eau d* Coinai M, aoap.. ra*iili4il oil. %  an h>tiii> .1-1 iii • ill b* *nt II.I la rrai.trlb* aai !(*• .m* mntiih limn tli* IMli day 1064 .!•.)*•* am. prMoii .h .. %  MUM In d>iplk-< I I! I 1 \ 1 j %  %  1 ira-i.tralwn Tit* trad' malh *jn arvn on apnl.ratMHi at my oBiipj|d thia tlll> di) nt Nan If "IIJIAH. Janai-J'Ol Tlad* Uarfea With ChriatmaH Al Hand I ("IK TO II IIMMIIVi GRAM) C.KAM> \AiriH W S*w .i"l bBMraa] V Uaa -nd IK.-JOC T-hlf. W^rilr..tn-. !• M\ %  Pl'inial->t(>. Mar Mr Top .ml .tin T VaadMtacidl Cr,.rtl*.. B*H. 'M"'I 1 Fan.> and Kinhi %  am. from Ma I) In 1) • IC 1 CabinPC for clim*. aVdroon and KIU(I*II, Liquor (•* %  MM. *-.fon>. l*nl*ippnaaMk* ciuhuHtf, upiiaiii I'|". -ii A. ,n Canaal ii.. . M] i".ii Birch aarB*1 I Mill' PMM %  i. %  L.S.WILSON FILM -vv.**v *-i-vr> at Till! f. M i; \i i. AQUATIC ( II ll ) TlirouKli tin I thiHritlsh Council lbcr i Will l* .1 FILM SHOW in the Ballroom mi Fn: In i'mrm.-Th>N KTOVK J'AKTB PMW '.. parti *a oblamrd from II H J^>n*i . Co I I WI..I,l-,.,k ft.. I7M IT 11 H ||| snowrAi i i %  l>* .**n al lh An.a.h t %  m 11 M %  in SUIWCKlbl no* to lb* ball. Il'imt tnaland'a l*adln| Daily N.wapapvt now urivlnf In Ilaibadoa by Alonly a fan lay* afl.r (KibUcaUon In Laodon Conu.t Gala f n Advocal* '" %  Id L*Wal H*pi*Milall>* 1,1 111) •• Bj-llB LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE %  ft m . %  i %  i da • il M-it na IV.-. 81 %  %  .. \ V> Ii \RPI I 1 MAMIIir. M I *l N 11 .Ti'i. Hp|'.' %  i, i. ,i M Monday h* tnd d'i> < ,f D*i*mb*r, 1*U a m A V. HAIU-ril !: SMALL PROI'FRTIFS FOR SAM Trrma rn be arranged oi Ihe folloulnt'— 11. PtO|i. i' Bank Mali (|) Propi rU I (Ii W iMJi Bf ty al Kind Sired. BfJBI B Rl 1MB B( f irlield Rond 1 land. \. antma •tnuatni Ih.knh a si UWWI Apply • K It 11 ,! %  %  %  %  *! BOB %  tjfJJi %  R* IT llian sirr*t. aVktMiwn on rilday, th* itth da> i n,, %  mow al | TTir mnaiaft or dn*l>u,boui* known a. I1EMPTITEAI) aftth tha (-lonflnaroniainu^ parrlir* or ih*r*ab.. I a HuaJ Saint laKharl Tb* dwvlllnihauaa (ontuina V.r.nn.h Ittng n*, bedroom, aarh -n (iaraai*. a*tvanla* room* and watar null inapaelLrxi any day .lln 13 ia n
ppltcatlnn un III* un coTTUj:. cATrosn A co 1 12 Si%  *! %  UnUAT MA.nNCS ROAI* apamaxta Or.an • %  ,P %  >"M..ii In i rr.n.lit. B rooaaa. lour bwdrooma. balh r. and feiUb*n fan >uiubl* to. %  vajrafcn MM laaaMa, and "l-u-dlna on KSIV • 'I %  i \ iln.,1,1, Walrr and *I**|'H llaht Jiaai and aananti room. Dial CMS fi,r arrai Tha uiidaralgnrd H II • l mp*Utn tnair ..tt. % %  II |i.i, Si(**t. t Ttiuradav. IBUi Dar*mb*r, IMI COTTTX, CATTORO • CO, • II U It i In.pnri vvifoiiviixs. roaiib*li aptrfoalaaaWly I'l arn of tatad with Coroaiiut and otnar Tir-> Iniprclinii l Ham lo i p m T.lrphan* SHU t l>U-4ii AIITIOV UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER %  fk, Whiupara Rd" m "ii,'/ 'it |"p Chavr„i*| waaon lUnlil r*c*ntly lh. MVpaftf *f th. Poll** D*pt iDamaatd Term* Cai VINCENT GKJtTvni AtaWI—ar T 11 U 4n UNIER TB SILVER HAMMlIt OH TUESDAY IK'i dj aj |fj r it Kniam w* win Miii ( n* rumiUira ..,.i*„ -men f p Tp Tai.iWritlnc ana I-Kolra In Mahogany Uphob. Chi.li, Jtoor lamp. HooNabrlvat aeeeana. Mlrrnta. Tabir. and Pmaaa. Cedar ["rraa. Si.uman* iron Bedatrada and CoU. Daarp ^lr.^1 and Elhr* Malfnir* Zlnr Ttoii -nd ntli*r Tal>l*i. Itu-n and BM-gntM %  War*. Cork,., HI: v. KM: TROTMAN A CO.. Aurllaneerll III.II VOTMM NOTICE •%  •in i...,. %  !,.(,., H.H.V. Of (h* fjn m*t from (h* lath 4av UW IMh 4 a, I**;. imtn daj '*• '•"••< • i •< %  '• mm i WDT INDIA micv/i of D*c*mb*i •>l Dnmb*r D > %  I %  i i rjBBnM Noic* TO mil hue. it* | MIIK V EN DO an ii it h. %  %  % %  for grneraj 'nformaOon thai Undir th* Dairv H>uUi'->. M I'HH. it la raquiird that t.rim durb a IUI I* U rr*nd*r*d W lit* (imiiniainiii. of l|*allh durina f January IBM. .In „i*i>t*nna of th* dalrir. for Ibal yaar* ni-.i b* uonr on oi txfor* \ i OPrtCnCool. BporkMia. and raaajnn ava lal K R II .r.i* a. Cu lid loaar III MlSCEIOaANEOCH : ar. thi br.t form o .u***aa T\M pa.tKul-'. Ii .... <.lTTE,NBLeaH i*o*a •• LUU'OR LICENSE NOTICE /„.„,~...~„ MAJOR CRAGG improving TO LECTURE Four-y.r-old Walter Prescod Maj. R. craga. F.rcOfJ of Black Rock who wu detained Ktve a lecture al the \ %  t the General HospiUii on Tue*lonigbt st 8 o'clock.Subject of hit day u Unprovint;. lalk will be "The work of Prescod wu involve! m BB Fireman" and will be av. < % %  aeeidrnt on Black Rock road about iv two short films 3 45 pjn. with the car S-IU owned and driven by Creighton Perch ot Payne*. Bay. St. James. In Touch With Barbados • Coaltal Station CAU wmnms raj %  hip* throuch lh..r Barbadna Coaal St.. Paonrnlla, • %  Papoll. %  > Rio Ar. K...I..h IM Thomaa Hill a 31-yeatr-old carpenter wa> Lnvolvad BBBfaaVjaat with | lorry yesterday while wolkinit along Maxwell, Christ Churt-h jibout 230 p.n.. II, -s taker, to the General -. '"-„• -. ,~^; HOSIMUI where he was treated for wmtm C udad Da a cut on hi* head and bruises on c-arata• %  Juum rnb*iia. j , hiu KunHt "•*"' M*nt*vtd*. • TVkdtlus, • '",. %  ... """ When the accident took planH Pnrt_ rthe lorry was travelling in tho H>-> oif .unction of Bridgetown. 11111 wa ng in the opposite direction. Elizabeth. • a. Call*", %  A MS BSdMSlt %  .n Pton*r. %  ralop*. TAKE NOTICE i... ." 2t l SIN SHC CAMI TO AMMICA Irorn Chechoslovakia 31 years ago. M.a atari Such? HM dreamed of an adtiralloiu Now. at the age of 68. BbJ lias finally found lime and oppoilunlly and is attending eleincnl..i • •ehoa. ,n Mtoa 111 TaaetaBf %  Mr. Helen Braaw. %  fattr>wi|in..ri | M.1XOD E-l ^ i-rwa. %  io h* held issj. -' ll 11 Ula Miss Hawkins I^adies' Champion Al Gymkhana LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE i Baaad rHUpi pae I oaoaa .uii n : I I p*r*ua*san I Ji*. *< a nalr ahop -l l RiioBS. Kith da> ., A W IIAKFRH. %  %  PB-Cil i k arut 1 Maul i n rtden with BAI!LON RAC I Ho iiiu-mptcd to I i: Van DSJBM BavraarJ tha M first few UUtsa cantering, one lady hookn mm but did no) burti It, He relrlevcd ll then galloped .icroM -he field. Anne Hawkincatiabl up with him after a minute's chase and burst the balloon. gar and Mr E. Dsjapf r^VaXOPT RACIJ th,. l-nding in pairs race. ,,t %  *•*• %  ENDOtQ is BAm Parfcrr Mr : Ml'SICAl. FnxTs I'l Mr M IXrlvr PTMJZ HACB iQantai 1*1 Mr K Dean*. Kid Mr I m Mr B Dcanc iniiN.i WATER jtjaa >LS lit Mlw A Hawkm. ruaarini RACK mi !" IM Mr J rL.nl, A Mm D MM t* M hatd Miss Anne Hawkins imd Keith ',v II •jjnd aa> | ISU. r.aa—i. |->'P 11 AC* | lit M' I. V.'TlilllA SXI. IIARWlW HACK ell in this rate, but T'MTX ding the third pole "**** innnine one, Mia.i Hawkins" • :io much I ire forced to unclasp 1 p to this point they had Una Parker %  Dean* went o ovble, %  and Kalth, I*.,10 IILP.fi, .ami.) Ui mil IfB lillllMl •>iiiul*i thnniiiir' >tlrlnn t •rre*puiMieiit. %  uiiU. i,a iiiuai i .., car. i ..: itM ''"' "i %  l -" -" %  ,l wl ^ %  %  i lined to % %  .V|UL4*I coupe with a sum< %  ciaaoh %  %  *! %  body. 1'iiweii.i Uy ii t %  >ui-c>luulur, n.p. engiiu-, the cm has a pcC/ot consumption ol JU mil' I I UV gallon, Tin,i c ol rougti lest* which 1 Miw inc car put Ihrougb in the Midlands last week %  ill its hlg!l safely factor and U) o. praJUoJct* held agtiindt threvwhcolers. Deliberate allcmpl* t turn tne car oVol van made b' llirowniR il .it foil Ihr a large an rltb looaa ashes. Tight made speed— almost continuously—but wheels refused to leave tho Bmund. atuaapy ronds ware t-.k.'ii ..( at up to aS m.p B t %  ..iiilily One ol these cars will be arriving in the Island for dV tioti in rw llnwkln. cp pr*.mt*d by th* Fiarbadoa Aa-rllti.t-1 SotMty. to Ihr a*nlU lumbar of pomli at Dranr t" <• in law LK'an* Joint •mmn tie 11He laW '.vhieh rll-.wed. fu|. |ir*arnl*d by In* Rarbadn. ASM* AnnHawkins won the Flllins ru ""'" 1 So**'t. to OM mtmm -i ih* | I 'feet control while dipMuw K P.r-r lung watar and pouring It into the %  ""•' pr**nUd *y th* Baibaaoi TuH jug. CfeSB for Ih. n*l udilliil Hoiaa tin Marsh won the rescue K r h i Miss D. Hawkins as his -^——^^~— %  !' %  -latly beca_ Of lo %  WUMMMB at unlving Miss :)kl(and unMs. After art of the %  %  %  Ml lor Evilvn Bron Ihr Envel.,,,,Watson. Mis* "" H| r. : M, Keith n Ihr wheel I arrow race. The fwiM artuen parl %  -'I a tors most was the nfl BUM which was the final game ol Ihe ityinkhaiu. ThLs was won by Jonn Marsh who was able lo pin'* altar iiboul live minutes chasmr. At the and of the I urtbutod by His Fxcellency the Acting Governor %  i nt*:— I %  l A* Dt.in*. Slid M> Knlh ILACT. irhlldrrni i.i Mia. r.kr' 2nd ':,.. Wat*on %  %  KST rAcr I •can you aaf "* ^ a Ftrtdel ttMttf \ V."ni.v A iiiiL,u cla^. •! have I ato csplanaliona asks for. Fur Par raltr/ irom -uflprr.odit mi *anl mlnva I make eaionmiaa. il'a Parad.,1 .hr idol means OKIC* |". '.iu-4,l by .In In . Lratol 111. IP pmprntor of Fan H. Cologn* and PaP No *1M 4*Bruhr drr PfCTdrpiwl von P**d MulBni. ar U* l*w of Ci(mian>. Maiinl.irtnr*r.. %  haaa trad* o Coloajn*. 0*tni—> had -op. rj loIbr r.i i „i H. BhSH %  .--P-et ol Eau do Coloane. p*ri cl>. hair loiu-i.a. .-oil dmufrfcrai .-nd m i %  U from l"i* I'Hh day ol DTMIBWI. laSi, on* r* notier in duplkaia la %  %  i 11 WIlJ.lASUi. %  gkgrar d Tr-d* WaTht SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. Ml IV,. ,!,, % %  I! I 111 I NTfc.NTI.lt HO U-. HERA. IMh Dwrmbrr, ISM NESrrOR. ttb J.inuarj. 1S13 HERS 11.1A ISIh Januar*. IW TO i i ...i i STAD JOth D*inrb*I 11 SAIUMO IO TIINIIIAII. rIAVA*ISII AND sam-N l.t UNA H H STENTViH. >,th Dxrnbtr. ISH M S NEBTOB, Ilrd January, ISH iHIUSli IO Ulli AO •is \ IVITA lt*> rx-**mb*r ISA! %  P. MlHaO*. SON A CO. LTD, -h* M V -MONKKA will a.erpl ., and PitManaTf* lor DomMonlM-rral. N*vl .,!, t l>iday lith AJ i | \i ,i isvrral I ^. K II5allin| FllCanadian Naiiiinal Sliiamsliiiis -m uiiuii NB CDN iirisui CDN CUNBTUnli.U CDN CMlAlJ KNorn CDN (TU'ISEH CDN CONSTRUCT! >H CTDN CHAI IJSNCI rtw LHfit.au CnN CONSTRtlCTUU CDN as Dre. sa u*c S Jan 13 Jan 31 Jan El Jan I % %  •!> io r*e IB Pah. l r*b S Mar. IS Mar IS Mar. M Mar S Apr. 1 Ai" CDN CRUISER 1'DN CONSTHCCT011 IIW < HAUJ..f.r ll CDN CRttlSER CDN <V.*AV//V,*,'.'/.VA'/ ,'***V*'*'>'*Va**'^*; • ithooi di f reeable nfirr-ellrcta. A.k mar druggi.1 U* IWaalaL arirntincatly c4Uiid*d froa. 4 togred^nts. The name "Dr. Chaae" %  1 your aasurance. GIVE BOOKS ADVOCATE THIS CHRISTMAS STATIONERY 1 Str> cordiaL ^V^V^a<*y-<><*V>ya&#waj ^ V-' %  I) Bpoti ,.. wall 1 IX n lj> f 400.00. 1 D'ARCY A. SCOTT s 1 %  Daal 26to. "' "J.52—3n. %  %  %  I 11 wiu IAM'H %  : ADVOCATE STATIONERY '.HUSTONS lo Barbados. Trinidad, Dcmcrara. 1 Ju.t th* iittl* ahop la lb* villas* %  h*r* the B**l Boo*a. BlaUoaar. '-'-'---'.---,*,'/-,*-',','--,-,',-,-,-,-,', ** t -. 1 hided between Sagucna> Tettnlnals Ud. and th, Assav waai ll -AUantl s,,,hip l.m v. ..ml Snguenav Terminals Ltd now announre %  %  it. ill to increase ihe frefniercv of their present Cariptto n Thimiitlt Hill* of Lading (with transhipment at Trinidad), cargo for Antigua l M011tMir.it. N.. %  i.uria St Vincent. Tobago and Cariptto. •ih BUll of Lading cargo for transhipment lo any of their vcwli load'' at 'lal berth port (or Marhndov Trinidad. Demerara, aikd Carirgo which 11 moving on existing Thi,mgh Bill of Lading arrangements an o *' IK and Continental berth port.* for on-rarriage lo the terminal is at Ctudad Truiillo and other porU in the Dominire and other ports in Haiti, and Santiago de Cuba. on Rcpn 1 Terminals Ltd. printed a pamphlet announcing the mart of ic to Barbados. Trinidai Demi sra. and stated their intenUon of providing shippers hclpfot %  !.:. naa Mi ,. n r ,tj, n ,„ lnc British Writ temed bold words, and it now seems (air enough lo ssm bow rarnarri .e.t rrom Ohaapm on 20th December, from 0, with cargo lor Undgel.iwn (Bnrbadoto I'-rt-ot-Spain (Trinidad). in; vome ftftv miles from Georgetown and %  ient comoanv the Aluminum Company of Canada, Ltd ilar sailing* from Liverpool, and 17 from %  .i.isgow. 16 in South Wales Of the London an Saguenay Termlnali Lid. believe ihlppen will agree that tha promise has been fulfilled. S I ... t ,1.... %  OgM as MM CENTRAL EMPORIUM NOTHING LIKE .... A WARM BATH AND A BRISK COLD SHOWER WHY NO' ORDER AN AM or m vii : 11 FROM YOUR GAS CO. TODAY .'.'.-.'.'.'A'.'--.',*.'.-.-.'.-,'.'.'.'.'.',-.-,-,'.-,-.',-,*,'.-,-.-,.,-...-,-, •,.,•,','.\OTII I] Owing to Font and Mouth DiMftae al Marti6 niquo no visitors will be permitted on board the s l DE GRASSE and 5 s COLOMBIE No £ intransit passengers nn these VCfJWll Will be *1 allowed lo land * 1012.52—311. § ;; NOTICE • ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS CARD COMPETITION Competitors' Cards which are not on show at to. I MUSEUM can be collected th: T he Advoj cate Edit'irial DapaiirnjCtll Othd I I be collected next week. J; %  M BOi n aa MM I M I I ll 6 >a>C B B0I MUUl,U O6l^ov



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I'M.I II.\ B kRB .DOS iDVO) \H I Kin \1 HI l I UBI li I 1932 Charles Evelyn Champ At College Aquatics V^LJpl aPGRTS EDITORS li U, • Younger Brother Wins In Class III HYMI'IOW ,„ infill I ASMS %  %  WAI< s I <>( \[. \|\\ \<.| i: % %  n %  %  1 will be 1 %  %  II IRStllAl 1. Ol T %  Ml Wil I I L %  %  %  %  %  %  %  : %  %  %  i LUSH ILL'S < I.AIMS W.i STRONG KDV M \r.-11 \i 1 m ti I %  Cuii DO ""* %  'tint be %  1 %  lloquence • importance Ul into l in the a -v -$ 1 4-J JW In these holiday Shoes While N.lon nii'sli Sandals wilh low raodga hi'i'K : % %  ! %  Uag baoDii \n\in,ni's Polk.. l)--i SHI 1I1I-. Shell I niirl with ir1 \. 1 MffMt in woven brocade Ln wedfi In .-I-. Bonerhlng reallj marl tor thiPer Pair J5 4 5 $4" H AoaatU Sport* whicli were hfld mt the Barhado* Aquatic Club yr-t.-i.liy morning f 1 I % % %  %  lea of Clans 3. Ch trlM Evrlyn. Victor Ludoium y evening to carry oil -our of Uic •vent" 111 the Annual Industrial Exhibition'* Uyn I. K\ 1 ba lln kUftl lliaO U>ui uli< %  ..:. %  %  . I %  : destroy they Ant maka mad TULYAK MUST NOT GO TO U.S.A. Till. CLASS (& Champion of C Mark Evelyn tui. U Slxtl 1 %  < ' %  • I' \ 1 ". %  • LuoWum when the H latic S|H>rts war held el Lha B Evelyn acored n poasibb He won al 15(1 ) nearest rival tq %  %  iwlmmLn Good Porfcrmaneai brought hun the B3 Kit H .\ltl> BABELB1M troLand last 1 %  the Afla Kl ired to tall his champion I w %  • I M 1 iit his own price 1*" fed 24 polnU. Mark E\ :I but ihc news where it %  .. in be %  false lutnour. It was not so lung BgO IhSl i' "Hi iollL|illllirlitili, %  to i*.' a change ol In u npton > tour-yoir-old lo i Dooun end than nil This praise I Tin\ • %  %  Saratoga nobod> mn. %  irUnSI , a p. j raree (it—14) i ll Evelyn (F) 3 N ll U \ U-ee il nilrr It) B. A Al B IM \ lies (Over 10) I A ,\,,.. ... \1\1L BAG %  %  -."ill in An %  Thoj made as much < m a pa hr likes wiih I lly I %  <"" leotiBooB, and b %  Booroi i :i p toe of theae elegant • Peat Mai "" ,, i""' O0d Crlckoter I.I it.,|mp,Tial < kk.-t i'„nfi JaUr Relay "* l 1 end as .ueh would be I A7l iel D a. set r KiJS 1 ^ J!M "^w. n £JrS i of the year and, beca erktel t-niltv f,.i Teal Match Time: 1 min. SS| aeea. %  I uior, I %  > ;... i '>' %  Sn.,-,.,, I. ii i a MCD ktedway. eeniimentlivprr^ntalives each S f .1 > .rda < 14— ll. I. i I I. I.,. 01 iiih S8 Yard* (II ll I W Skrr,\ 38 sees. <*• Tar*. Under ltl I A Bee \ A Archer ilti 3 p K IM Yards (Oval Ml I ('!'..I :• A Arm iee rarde n—lai i K <'.,u\x (A) l i i iyk -in p. \v ltd (B) Time' 1 mln. %  %  nii rarea (Uadee i4> W SkinTt g N > M|. .Open) t. c. I M aflttha 'A* lime Braaay R<-U> ROBliSSON STEALS TIME FROM TURI'TS it? GWKGB WHTTiNG rtori Sugar R*u .log %  crlbed a* the groateai nghiing time, th. lined l| l*ur| HI i 1 her day.) i thai month ol It, rurpin. %  %  <*Nooi DoddUso % % %  I'... Arhiet and to tall thai poUu\ *' %  '" luthorlts wheth. %  he intended to defend tl retrieved so ien8Btlona||< ii ( i iIssue wil i II. ...... -., %  n wun elusive Mr ,. \\\ ,., : %  bullying and COmp tied ilmncz ol : Up his r do you quit?' will tight each With the Con n headed %  K i v .. wed and Btate-appolnted I suggest U* racket ran .!.. tot) Por nv %  our Innooana I Don Wragur! '; What a hoj*' Robert K l.i\el\ ( ipllire ;, l>-n telliii)! I me on ir 1 %  asne just hon wrong we r %  ion. and WO hova granted it." barn <<>id me, Whv'"' 1 uskrd Jorgcn Olsen, or Copenhagen, ... ,.n prodmed mod,,.! N ;'. '.., „, , %  "' % %  < % %  M numwr. .. %  ]., v i. ,,.,,,, %  MM V Jf "*)'' P"i'--'"i o"i'* Inil .-hamplon. .... %  ton o>n*ldrcd ho wan aotttied to Ihe month', evtei>.V.v,V,*,-,.----v','/--,',,'/-','/,-,',',V',V// A MAFFEl! Olympic Games, tui m I i %  fuer hi SUIT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK YOUR BEST • YOU KKKI. YOUR IIKST AMI TIIK I'Rlt'K YOU I'AV IS TIIR I'KICE IT'S WORTH "Tup Scores in Tlilorlns" P. C. S. MAFFEl CO., LTD. > %  | n it. • > ff • f Any loVn? Han you pa] .IM' i 3. io f N ". !>"> Oeomo i. "^ manna !" ti.1.1 In.. I\ia>..i. anniicr, totd lh<* Commlnitloi) i).> lr Every rime A".' WWN MAMA AND AWDRlLENE f ftp 001 CF 'IE HAy TO SEE ., IER NATURE TO HER STUFP %  VES-WE'UE 'N WE \:^ /JOOSF COONTftV'AMP A .'I'ESTSCtNEW! ..O.'MUSTNT t ME OH I GO" l>> | %  inm\ I LHIO So wor Givts? So Fbp siits up HIS SLEEP -BUT MOM AKD MADRILEKJE SIESTA OM WHEELS Robinson would probably defend l hi, title In Europe next year." ,i"".< ^.""*''*r, i J I ltanked .Ml lui.tenberrv '"•.': ,,1 the i fell to wo. M \l K,.'l llou^r ri.t.il -A loilnt tr. po.ni Midi %  enjoined l what was going on 0 made til i.ient. By Georue . t]/ JJOKIT of Afcnhnrifli' much (urthee the PS'-; :/ V : > -*$$ %  -<* %  WONDERFUL OFFER All 11 ti^s. Compacts, Identity Hi .ici'lets. us v*j]| be ENGRAVED FREE V. li, LIMA A CO. I.'I'U. •d St. in., Intend to go to keeidrop! .1 catch toiU ui-or 11 botcler a h.dd on that dollar-iplnnii.a ...ild championship. <" aal If i>.-.r lloblnson 1, ,tlll HiifferA mist it u pood u .1 .-.-. .::::::v.::::::v.:: v/,v,v.w.v,v,-.-.-,-.-.-.-,-,-.-.nvn nxxn JMI.VIS KOK ALL PL'RPOSKS Tropical White A mipertor white 1 exterior and interi use. Does not du colour. Matinto Flat Wall .'..nits White. Cream, Green Natural Metallic Primer for Wood or Metal AnlicorroMvr Paints Many attractive %  'S' Marine Paints I i i uisti. W il Green Concrete Floor Paints Engri. Red. Grey, Green Aluminium Paint IVnii.im-iii Green nt Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Phdne 4456. MENSWEAR 'ISin.iri Shirt Collar StyliniE. %  %  Neckties ll..i..lker.hiel\ .. Boeki H I doalgn. oavsUlj I hut speaks t|tiiclly uml well. i me Matetiab ... Cut... Fit.. Shmilders... lofj of weave variations . shades thai UOVUo insperiion, invite %  o l octlool Such is our husines-. C. B. K. For PAINTS. \ -.MIXISHI'S nml the Useful Household llino. for the Uomini: XIIKIS BmH Call At -*{BT. HERBERT LTD lncorvonui SOEBCCK ST. and MAOA/IN'F UAN •



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WHATS ON TODAY I 3 m P • •:-b.U Clnrau, s u >< m rt llifllnli SW.. %  '!>* "*,ijor Crif Wturva *l 1 M r A • M p • I J n ..* Hi ESTABLISHED 1895 FRIDAY, VUE CBMI'rNEW COMMONWEALTH P$DC\ PROTECTS COLONIES' INTERESTS West Indian Advisersei„ s p oweT U.N. Reeonmiend Talks Sav Talks Were Success i \im> i> \TIII% (From Our Own lorri-pondeni) LONDON, Ic II• %  itenatnl 'His ovenlng Mr. C .1: AIb> n Gow a. Wort [noun A h i %  ........ Thev %  nt ^> -'"*' in pr.r; .i barktiruum: ,' and PTlC M 'or I I %  flowing fogeaga investors the right to M gain* ,. M \ for i ,Uh .md %  I }'. W I U H B) II ''I1 .. prosperity will not tall i'H" their lap*. II iH be Ui think hard, plan hard . Kf.ll 1 h.llllf p to i vii. cosOUf In the in and women. .. U) (in ;,ll in their power to grasp in the full the gmt opportunities %  | ., ;. f. B.WJ no^' have .. real chance to take I heir plate in 'he Commonwealth We must real.infC son — to in ll i I and exploit this new spirit of COnOdCOM abroad In the ComCOok" wealth." .hi it has been a priviI rum HI {tuurh-r* : Woman \\ ins Prize For 17 Children Madrid: natntn.il : %  %  i %  P U 11.000 in eaah. I to It I %  eottng her with a %  : .. %  .. %  town Of Feija. NOW Vork: u Dr. K >k 117 day, t i hall fmm He %  |, ., ;. %  :ly 111 Ift-fool K. ll phi hurriiheir plme in the Common WCI %  .i'li %  HDSi s On Palestine Treat> Marco* Perti JimI WFINSI M Jiminez has BffOt lalmi provision..! Pri ol Vetse* tuela "by atcMl ' foreea." An army eolon< leader In the | KI i paaij baraj theflueeman junta whleh has | the rountry since November. Illii Leaders of opposition partial have keen arrested. (InlernafiemafN. I ,\U W. '. UN qiat 4 %  %  bloc absl I'uHort Ahmed %  VI. : ilo thai II will .. %  :. gallon of Jei > i HI iha %  %  JIII mended l\ th< I'mlcd I 12 Mororrn. Red Chiefs Expelled %  1 %  .. %  %  an ll pal i %  let i I Uda rule have t-> have been present at ttul nil from a By museum. Thev are worth at lca"l £1.000. Milan: Cullers al Milan lax offlCee I .md did not pa* i 'MX caaraa wenon sir k this -lake before shippinn n Uk "i mainland. r .: nag) Reds Launch Big Assaults iK' i! ;. [> i i CorantUnlsU launched assuulia in almost a month tobalo four fsouih K i tH'sit" on the Weei anlji to be slammed back in 13 hont I t a like UghuiiK. Soum Boraani burla againit three of the hill* befare dawn but the battle nt ti -little N> aal noon. CM %  %  • firlnit about 6.000 .1 .niill.ry and mortar. lOUgh Ko* w fiequenlly Little Noti after %  rduuf re ,-nelci.l. 1 Inton. South Koraani aitbdraw i %  Hatanei and raked 'he lull mortar : nd t.ink Are t'-r two hours and at 1 2" i.m. r.r. < east %  h.. %  %  N 1 | 1 on ni %  %  %  IHMIIKSUI Not Denied 'km. %  MI i.. did not'i I • %  i hen. 1' Wi t :' r "-iV:' 1 Miss Hawkins Ladies Champion at Gymkhaii •.r al th potnui m Uw wome th. baal %  i u.era and : pe.n. lie had l*vr l i, char gee in the grand lumbar of I ttratad ^ ,, %  %  Mi Warran Aiartin. Tba mi on Daei iho mutnlnc after the Krand |UT*'l %  , .,1.1,. A cpukesnvin said tha being r.i laj without wafUruj for .al ...i arar in view if the UN Umoni % %  <--'• rdas before ""•LaW nj 1 %  i ommltuv Th %  morq bowed iht Uw United Stater >•.,, lade "aovi i i manta" on 4i> An.et i an employe*! and that |] ralati d B> .. | 'i %  t f till 40 12 of them links, sir still on nrol %  IT "cotlu %  %  than 200. %  ... %  A I %  'I i i I %  .. %  — IT. Kace J"ca Expects Bumper Crop which i; is planned t. proa %  450 tons per day. Foreign Ministers Meet Next Week PARIS Dm Ottrfal eotiretj aaid lig-threWaatcrn Forei .,..„-. ,„.i, naxl wcjek, with Britain and France llarnf u UXa \* early around work fr the prob i tkn. rrome vith the lnconung Elaenhower administraUon Bai %  Dw to'ra„. Utttrta office :•;.. and BrU ( >e mitgoing Secretary Achaaon wlB (>:1C K | rx-sinnate lohn Poatai Holies the poinl" /. h ngton 10 hectic poltcyI • naarl real expecU-d i.uints of his own I KINGSTON Jamaica, Dec. ll I'l sugar production 10 the IWJ^I Ukaij to I exceed prenrl u i itunataa ant 1 indication* arc thai the bumpei iane production will l*.ofct sugar %  %  %  of the Jamaica Sugai Hanufaotup won taken! 4 Now .... "i., rjefl lot over tin TIHK figure is M furlb-'i A%  li lies Sugar Frome F>t• %  iv itartDeccmembrr 8. \0 BELPAT ALL Ltadaaii A man i oapad from taUon and wa i Anothe polka dog saw wtia md i-elcased lh> dog rrori ... the pi. oner. Hut the dOfl WOBl i rhasinn thI CaUfbt him ixiwiii-.. %  The man got away. %  %  %  %  %  twn B) n i %  cry i %  GOVT. 1)11) WOT KNOW. • Nea ferh in; I %  %  I ,. i Noel of tin id Allan. Minister t %  %  i %  UM p ib '-!' %  d arlthoui i Buckel Race %  %  Ke|>llhlMUIi8 rafeWHtl PrfHiflfnt'."Keinurks in Ti laO.il Ml uoul (;. p. %  I % % %  ulod i Mat Ai in. i %  .:. Korea %  %  %  th. md ikal ; ,. i %  i %  %  1 i %  %  i %  —i r. • i ,,f a Bill f furl | ("H1NKSF. REDS BEAT JACK SOUTH KOREANS il. Hoc U. luoiigh 'I sary ., burl defend111! on the ooad tbao i %  s oat] t %  lb* II Shopping Ikiys befbre XmoM •TIII: Tlllllll VIM ion the i nt%  full. _, I | their Forftober t Schuman tflQ agaura the U S that Pari ng its best on >he tempor%  %  %  plan which would %  Nt grtlitlad rlowaeei the U.8 %  • % %  will never i*. rau' Achcaon will demand a drive to put ideas acroar ( %  poxUament %  I %  Boh tr made the t that hll ideas ig-d by his expected to I r.atlvc I tier, %  %  rmtribute dire. • .cithuut i 1 : aints —CJ* i %  THE SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVE U*ho lloaea). hand on uaad looKi Mmswhat Plfd as ha one Ueat Jack Kurton iOcorg* Chsll-corl. Itft and his wtfs Vsia. IPaaasU Cbaytori Bill iUIUngton (Denu WMl"l*.y/Lord Dangaai nd Mrs. MlUlngton (Pauline Dewdlaci laak soqalrliialy ea. Been* Is from Uia BrldfeUwa Players producuoa of "Ths Third Visitor -rtieh opened last night at the Zmpu* Theatre (See Page i for revieuv. Mr. Truman Criticises Gen. MacArthur's Slant! WASHINOTI N Trumrnari ihouW give him nil aoiution to the Kori %  told wa co fownc. thai BLaanbower h.th have a Hut t to eorne reward In with anyaouftkai they ma) bave whid aril] and Rid and iiiaould %  plan Truman said U Arthur has a pa r Ucu l ai I ilul as a five star Gt duly In !" %  Arthur han anytll %  ... %  i on 4.4(*i g h nee and an b • MII(. nnation. Wake I %  llr said the led %  %  Korean aoi K suibie to Germany for i tmn purpose K.rfT.. VM pC* II Truman wi .f the way MaeArtb %  rrpoii' %  %  %  he haa m I %  States and dnean't him. %  %  %  |hnt at a duty to i' i %  rpoi %  good of the eour.*ry I I'


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WHATS ON TODAY
I
3 m p
:-b.U Clnrau, su>< m
rt llifllnli SW.. '!>*
"*,ijor Crif Wturva *l
1 M r A M p
I J n
..* Hi
ESTABLISHED 1895
FRIDAY, VUECBMI'r-
NEW COMMONWEALTH P$DC\
PROTECTS COLONIES' INTERESTS
West Indian Adviser- seispoweT U.N. Reeonmiend Talks
Sav Talks Were Success
i \im> i> \tiii%
(From Our Own lorri-pondeni)
LONDON, Ic II-
itenatnl 'His ovenlng Mr. C
.1: AIb> n Gow a. Wort [noun A h i
-
........
Thev nt^> -'"*'
in pr.r;
.i barktiruum:
,' . | nm Utj Poliej ai d lm| erta I
.mv md expllcillj protect our

trial Pn

ctauei i ol
G.A.T.T
term contract* as a means of as-

et> and PTlCM 'or I
I
flowing fogeaga investors the
right to M gain*
. ,.
M \
.
for i
,Uh .md

I }'. W I
U H B) II ''I-1
.. prosperity will
not tall i'H" their lap*. II iH be
Ui think hard, plan hard
. .
Kf.ll 1 h.llllf
p to i vii. cosOUf In the
in and women. ..
U) (in ;,ll in their power to grasp
in the full the gmt opportunities
| .,
;. f. B.WJ
no^' have .. real chance to take
I heir plate in 'he Commonwealth
We must real-
.infC son to in ll i I and exploit this new spirit of
COnOdCOM abroad In the Com-
COok" wealth."
.hi it has been a privi-
I rum HI {tuurh-r* :
Woman \\ ins
Prize For
17 Children
Madrid: natntn.il
. :

i

P
U
11.000 in eaah. I
to It I ' eottng her with a
:..,..
town Of Feija.
NOW Vork: u
Dr. k
>k 117 day, t.....
i hall fmm He
|, ., ;. :ly 111
Ift-fool k. ll phi hurri- iheir plme in the Commonwci
.i'li
HDSi s
On Palestine Treat>

Marco* Perti JimI
WFINSI M
Jiminez has BffOt lalmi
provision..! Pri ol Vetse*
tuela "by atcMl '
foreea." An army eolon< '
leader In the |
ki i paaij baraj thefluee-
man junta whleh has |
the rountry since November. Illii
Leaders of opposition partial have
keen arrested. (Inlernafiemaf-
N. I
,\U W. '.
UN
qiat
4


. bloc absl
I'uHort
Ahmed

VI.
:
ilo thai II will
..
:. .
gallon of Jei
> ihi iha
. .
jiii mended l\ th< I'mlcd "
I

12 Mororrn.
Red Chiefs
Expelled
.
1


.. an ll pal i let i
I Uda rule have t-> have been present at ttul nil
from a By
museum. Thev are worth at lca"l
1.000.
Milan: Cullers al Milan lax offlCee
I .md did not pa*
i 'mx caaraa wen- on
sir k<- for higher wages.I-.R.R.
Unrest In
Morocco
toric gatberlni of statesmen and
leiidera. And their feelings o!
uUafactlon at what haa been
m-hieved are enhanced by the con-
iir the Colonial point of
view, Ti
due la lai i i la Um Bec-
-fi.ii v ;'. State for the Colonies
and iii. ofllelal advlaera whoar
(trasp of the complex subjects of
aferer-
ensured that the
Colonial a-peet of these subjects
0(1 'Ull imlu'ler-r '
uuht then
MOnOCf O, Dae. n
A Dam waw of unrest hit Moi-
' arrofti
t Mom aJlate and
nd troops
iron tnu on the Protex-
notmn last Monday In which
an 50 persoiu. were kOled-
Mora than iou iloroi
Hi uKi to enter Itabat a
:
(tftrough Heoat HnM
while merchants shutU-red thru,
windows.
The entire Qeneral Staff of tne
Nationalist U
was arrested overniitht in poll."
:, |3 t'omm'ir.
c.r
Ju nmica Slarts New
Bauxite Process
KINGSTON, JVA., Dec. ll
.
I
icUon, begun in
Jamakt thU wei
led .it afar* ' dai bj Terrai-

panj i
i
only one of 1 "g baux-
... which
process ore t<> this -lake before
shippinn n Uk "i main-
land.
r .: nag)
Reds Launch
Big Assaults
iK' i! ;. [>
i i CorantUnlsU launched
assuulia in al-
most a month to-
balo four fsouih k.......i tH'sit"
on the Weei anlji to be
slammed back in 13 hont I t a
like UghuiiK.
Soum Boraani burla
againit three of the hill* befare
dawn but the battle nt ti
-little n> aal noon.
CM firlnit about 6.000
.1 .niill.ry and mortar.
lOUgh Ko* w fiequenlly
, Little Noti after
rduuf
re ,-nelci.l.
1 Inton.
South Koraani aitbdraw
. i Hatanei and raked 'he lull
. mortar
: nd t.ink Are t'-r two hours and
at 1 2" i.m.
r.r.
< east
h..
'
N
1 '
|
1
on ni .
'
IHmiiKsuI Not Denied 'km.
mi i.. did not'i
I i hen. 1'
Wi t:'r"-iV:'1

Miss Hawkins Ladies
Champion at Gymkhaii
.r
al th
potnui m Uw wome
th. baal
i

u.era and :
pe.n. lie
had l*vr
l
i, char gee
in the grand '
lumbar of
I ttratad ^,,'


Mi Warran Aiartin. Tba
, mi on Daei
iho mutnlnc after the Krand |UT*'l
, .,1.1,.
A cpukesnvin said tha
being r.i laj without
wafUruj for .al ...i arar in view
if the un Umoni <--' rdas before
""LaW nj1
i ommltuv Th '
morq bowed iht Uw United
Stater >.,- lade "aovi i i
manta" on 4i> An.et i an employe*!
and that |] ralati d B>
. .. | 'i

t ..... f till 40 12 of them
links, sir still on
nrol "
IT
"cotlu


than 200.

...
A I 'I
i
i
I
.. '
IT.
Kace
J"ca Expects
Bumper Crop

which i; is planned t. proa
450 tons per day.
Foreign Ministers
Meet Next Week
PARIS Dm
Ottrfal eotiretj aaid lig-thre- Waatcrn Forei
.,..-. ,.i, naxl wcjek, with Britain and France llarnf.u UXa\*
early around work fr the prob i tkn. rrome
vith the lnconung Elaenhower administraUon Bai Dw
to'ra.
Utttrta office
:;.. and BrU
(>e mitgoing Secretary
Achaaon wlB
(>:1CK | rx-sinnate
lohn Poatai Holies the poinl"
/. h ngton 10
. hectic poltcy-
I naarl real
, expecU-d
i.uints of his own
I
KINGSTON Jamaica, Dec. ll
I'l sugar production 10
the iwj^i Ukaij to
I exceed prenrl u i itunataa ant1
indication* arc thai the bumpei
iane production will l*.ofct sugar
'
of the Jamaica Sugai
Hanufaotup won taken!
4 Now
....
. "i., rjefl lot
over tin
TIhk figure is
M furlb-'i
a- li lies Sugar
Frome F>t-
iv itart-
Deccm-
embrr 8.
\0 BELPAT
ALL
Ltadaaii a man i oapad from
taUon and wa
i Anothe
polka dog saw wtia
md i-elcased lh>
dog rrori ... the pi.
oner. Hut the dOfl WOBl
i rhasinn th- I
CaUfbt him ixiwiii-..
The man got away.




twn B)
n
i
cry i

GOVT. 1)11)
WOT KNOW.
Nea
ferh in;
I


I
,. i Noel
of tin
id Allan.
Minister
t


i
Um
p ib '-!' d arlthoui
i
Buckel Race


Ke|>llhlMUIi8 rafeWHtl
PrfHiflfnt'."-
Keinurks
in Ti
laO.il Ml
uoul (;.
p.

I

. ulod
i Mat Ai in.
i .:. Korea

th.
md ikal .;
,. i
i

1
i

i

i r.
i
,,f a Bill
f furl
|
("H1NKSF. REDS BEAT
JACK SOUTH KOREANS
il. Hoc U.
luoiigh 'I .....sary
., burl defend-
111! on the
ooad tbao
i
s
oat]
t

lb*
II
Shopping Ikiys
befbre XmoM
tiii: Tlllllll vim ion
the
i nt-

full. _, I
| their For-
ftober t Schuman
tflQ agaura the U S that Pari
ng its best on >he tempor-

plan which would

Nt grtlitlad
rlowaeei the U.8

will never i*. rau-
' '
Achcaon will demand a
drive to put ideas acroar (
poxUament

I Boh
tr made the t
that hll ideas
. ig-d by his .
expected to
I r.atlvc
I tier- ,

rmtribute dire.
.cithuut i
1: aints
CJ* i

THE SCOTLAND YARD DETECTIVE U*ho lloaea). hand on uaad looKi Mmswhat Plfd as ha one
Ueat Jack Kurton iOcorg* Chsll-corl. Itft and his wtfs Vsia. IPaaasU Cbaytori Bill iUIUngton
(Denu WMl"l*.y/Lord Dangaai nd Mrs. MlUlngton (Pauline Dewdlaci laak soqalrliialy ea.
Been* Is from Uia BrldfeUwa Players producuoa of "Ths Third Visitor -rtieh opened last night
at the Zmpu* Theatre (See Page i for revieuv.
Mr. Truman Criticises
Gen. MacArthur's Slant!
WASHINOTI N
Trum-
rnari ihouW give him nil aoiution to the Kori
told .....wa co fownc. thai
BLaanbower h.th have a Hut t to eorne reward In
with anyaouftkai they ma) bave whid aril] and
Rid and
iii-
aould
.

plan Truman said U
Arthur has a parUculai
I
ilul
as a five star Gt
duly In
!"
Arthur han anytll
...! i .
on 4.4(*i g h
nee and an b
mii(. nnation. Wake I

llr said the led


Korean aoi
Ksuibie to
. Germany for
i tmn purpose
' K.rfT.. VM pC* II
Truman wi
' .f the way MaeArtb
'
rrpoii'
.
he haa m I

States and dnean't
him.

|hnt at a
duty to i'
i rpoi

good of the eour.*ry I I'


pace rwo
r. Mill iDOfe mux \n
I Kill \\
QtViib allinq
<7I~ STARS *
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Central F uiatrj LM
ftxiiminiilmii
Mi< PIUEDOII Mrrriir.si *
M SI Clair
III.,! K
Ml : K Thornton
"
lall Bi patai re>
nirm-ri from Bi
hi lh<- lie Jr** I
77j? Countess Poisoned
The Sandwiches

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Uu v
lM*
liidyint f" 'I !
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N'mvimv UW) look lin
lion nmt -
oh (n January.
I'tilhf Hit" h-niii
fHHJl:
Film Unit .m i
dOl from Timid.. I i. B W I I
. .
\isit Tli.
reel of Ml
Caribbean and have glread) cov-
area Trinidad and Jamaica The)
worr ..i Mi H
I'WIA
Tni- mambtn of the Unil com.
Srllttv Mr T Ashwoo.1. Mi A
olfe, Mi S 0....... I Ml "
IfleRean
By AN6REW HOPE
BILL M1LI.1NIITON (Dam- Wrllr-ky/Lonl Daugain and hi- Wtfa
Blafly (P.aihiu> Dtiwdmgi n,.iy *p|>ari'd In Th Third Visitor1'
Bridgetown Pi wJticft op*nid li nlftat st tn* Umpire
Theatre.
MRB KATHLEEN TOPPLE
\i'M- Ualrun IrWrv*
MHS KATIII.KKN ln|'r;.|
arrived) from England res-
i ornlBi by Uu i>,
firaaw i<, taatg bi-r ppolntrnent
Matron of tin- V.v,
BbMbM Warehouse to
in,, i ii.i wat Mis Ann Mnllci
who had bern Arttnn M
Mr*. Tempi,, has iui eom
:, St Tt* ii Fl
!, ti whim m tu I bt -i
pail lour years .is Depot) Mut
'.'i,.', )!: -
IhU o> was in thr A>m\ Nut-
infi Service*] Ml viiik .,i. M i lot
' na Hi Ml

tO Um W.st hull.
looking forward mtrj n uen lo i. i
f throo .1
Veto CaWVfa
AltfUVlNt; from BogJ ,n,i ^- -
iiK In Um |tr
QlHM I
has i mm to take up ippotni'
i terata of tin C thedral
Ht- was x
ihiMirn. Mirer bovs
and a gnl
I
Hev. Potla wa* .t slni
<., in lhe
Hlark Walrli
t'uw-ii r ffrm&puclwi
' I of si
I Loom
C I r.nffllh.
. of iht- erhool who
th, and of this term.
yesterday ovoMbh]
M i
iicpuU Dlrectoi ol Mm
ditMi th. oMwrinj athJfa Mr.
o. c.
SVhonK pal M
t Mr Orifnth
Th. .upoiiuiu'
hi preaem bti W
, r which ;
t/fffM fttififiv ttilurn-
CMi
.1 !i I i i..ii I i J. .
Connfll. '.pt AM
Hi i i. Ward who eel
to-day and Mi
v. < rtnighi
lanau Mr i< w y
Mrthday wa on !> to
\fi"r thrm Huiiih*
BACK in UarUid.i-, after apOnri

Eugliind with oai p.iK-nto fanuU
and frwnd
,
ol Kminio hih H:.thsh*h.,
tl tnornim
I" UM B I>r <;rjr
i in hwo children
WlUiam
Mi In,. ',|.i Carfb that *hv
Inunanarly
1
it was ncliinj; liiKhtfull.
Om U K Shr *aid lh.,-
w-- ; nnvelt> for hfi two child
ran who thr iral
lime
Speaking of hvi Ui|
from Ihe U.K nhr *;>;
win rough foi the AM ball Of 0*
lournrv hut ihc remainder u<
good
OaeJ AvjfM /A. ltulU,y
Ml
Kngland M rttUTlMd
.e-lerdit. *h the De Ormaar
During h 'mam the
loured the 1-ak. Ui*tiict and
.
VUca Rudduck
Mits PftSDOll NORTH and
i:;iiott ratunod
from England jri rh rda; t >
Dr Uraaae Tli.
n .-jii .i.i
abroad.
-Lmd l'<
tni Oe ira-r Ml 1 I
Mr. Wd
TrtaMad lo take up an appoini-
Man.mi Cahlp ani
Wirelea*. Trinidad.
Just about seven years ago, Mi
Webb was stationed in tlai-bad,
He was Deputy Engineer. Cable
and Wlrele**' Branch at St. Law-
rence.
He was accompanied by his
. i son.

, atari

eiria ' '

plained thai I

Mi

,-i u was
o

WilU-m Ml
hi* pen
with an
ll> un-
9ANDWII in B
Wiih StfyaJnaRM
PAKE, to


nslon in I -
in A -
-
l
If thl' I'm
Ihe mm- ilted rVadatlcfc who
ha i;.
1 '
ter
i . whs
..imut my age uy M He

Muncthinj; ahaM dOM Ud
tw had a iiifin Blind Ra knew
ery wound: and
alghl sond-
' brj her side. In
should wake in the
night and am food.
"ing. when her
i.tiuianb. of
no nf ii- la |i r- bu on fru-
iRd I KUK-
arated a rat"
Um oounaai
aUava Ihere was.
I aralM at

wa* on her ngti' nd Freii,-rick
mi her let- | don't like
valla I'm
ihousht (thr rat)
Rut he



. "*>> ^..ul siuxi
.....i *J ' ' motru*

oullook ir n brnrati
rp-ai vav ?i - m*i a w .rtw
1





erklMPr-r-

(iMb.iK ara .u- uui ima-

, irvOOr i>f

as*tia Jaaa
>/o/>* \yIons tor
Xorwvgians
By JAMES IHKILtTI
NORWtGIAM ml-

they did in SepU-mbei. The
Swedi<-i girl. "w ar.v gaWng
MISS m < M OVD
mingh.-fin .in iv.d ti i
aaj i i tha ie Offaax
Qrd WhO BOW liv" It
i ; bail i Domuuea
, frlaBd Dw
u ol lh,- De Orawae she has
connaetwru to Do-
inlnlca. bul Iba 'till ho|i
lhara foi CbMatakai aaMnwhUi
,,. borl
in Barbodoa Boa I
ih,- bunora Hotal
I palnl
v of tve.mlifiil seenery
in DoaUn
hi try her
me of lb
(Ti'i
On /A../i.Al.v
MRS C A CHBNERY
uiiNig Um 1
nivinii lu're yesterduy morning
I N MHBg
M
MRINI i 'HAH I ANDY Of
I and (

:..i morning m the De Oraaae i
Dark home nfler speoo-
n-: Oftee- tha United
Kindnm
'. mandv look a tours* it
the London Pol*-

Rral In,,
A19^-YEAH-OLD
n H Valanuna
front Rn|
He Graaae ho :'
l*le and Wireless, n- an assistant
Barbados .s hll rtrsl iMUoi
wUk the eanpans
H'.iif / (fuknl llrrr
MISS BKKY1 1>YETT o,
Mcnlserrat who 'or man^
years hai been residing la Eng-
land arrived yeterda> DQ tin
lie draw, she :s n nagfa li
I it IXirlng her sta>
\> ill tv th, uin '
V H. Ini 1 View, r
Street.
:
famlli. ineludlna Mi 1* 1
who has racantu
taj hi Na York.
it tin *fiT1 Watt bn
BMaH iiu
Ml I'vett incnl m,,
!
tn-nvli 1:'iiii*uL Triititkitl
Mil. It V VICTOR, i
BtJBntcd Ki.'inh 1'
morning by the SS He Uraaae
nrotn Prance mtransit foi Tnm-
it.id to lalo
Empiri- (ban 1 '
AusiiaUa *-'
w
nylons lh.. I 1 Septetii
bar,
.!'.i> tail 1
expect to get fewer and rawer
and fewer of them. -
REASON British n>....
IngB now aell more ag
Huttah cars It.
Trade nguras public
show It 01
aald overseas last afeanl *t*
aalM leaped from
riiro la .',-HOao 4ru aMir*
Hoard of Trade, pi.'"
* \'i iptaaaa, ahaa givi
lillip to the wid.
f: an uilcaae- o>
I I ^
CROSSWORD
s
I
C5^?
T
1
!
Listening Hours
iitinu nrt imhh
CM I C-
f -I Ih. I
e^w > p 1
r mm r -
m. e.ti*i
1 1 Mmhwi Nawy Pveanuaaai
IS p m Th> Top Tutvr.. t p
H- RoiM^-tip. J p m TTtt Ni
M,")* hMve I
Wr.l laOMi ti-
T-nk
aaaaa
^t in* aot aog. ii
antauaw. oaouaM. |Bi
M*t to loetuda faau nf tU
< mt*ioa bfotan paiiaT i4j
i'.rmuiaa. 1J1 ^^
luaj u.e mao u praaa. ahi
Sid.-.'.onallr tl
lap neari or 14 ft)
Nd u> pout out. (W
V.terrd whan a lara* aotnbr-
dtpendad. (?i
Ada* w na-: q
-
rsie that 1* -pen. ..
DBW -npugti to try a eaU* 16
aaaaa
uaaes an* calf nippy, (at
-lain* w:.*i, m naimaea. li
i':ac*Oia iba Uttioor*. Ill
J'OlwajUB nurwry Ago**. **l
MhDcanab '*
'-<( ia ,)
: iuuob banal (4i
tree isi
. i'., ;u- *
1( !!Hi -. I1IS.' fl,
.row oOt (41
' jaemMlTr-----
- IMIsraaca Oa*a 1 1. RapMaaji
i"(H'iiri 4. UMliaj
wst.r 15 Wa> If. Laaa
'
hfa
I

I
.
adds :-
r-.
tnai aandwunes were aerve 1 gl
half-|a.-t eleven O'clock
iild have
I

MIST \KI
b\ C'rippen
PROM eeetle fn A
l g!,l Ballev
, Mei 1

write
1


11 Crlppea baa.....
HsUdrop-eri ceni HoUowa] md
aaarnad from Um poUco
Up the ! tlnit sent

Crippen, having poi*"'
aaaaoea, acted her
bat in quicklime in
Bul he mede
Mfc* He slaked the
lime put water in It and *o
UM remains
laaaaad ol daati
Major Mercer remembers as 1
boy at Harrow nol leni gfta
UM BOW, War. listening lo |
s|eech by nn Old Hurrovi.,n win
IkmI )ut been elected as M.F
for Oldham. and overhearlns
say: "There
1' 'her Harrow Prln
m in later." The mp. an
Winslon Churchill
Those Djy> gaoW to Ihe Mercer-
Yatea touch. He has siyle
he has grace, he hei

1Hhough they occasionally betray
him as in" this extraordinary
piece of dialogue gQOUl a crooked

II iiLicknu.
"So he was Bill hi w
gentleman* He was ai one ol
tie eiy best public schools."
RFKRY AND CO
They're there
:i!r'. whole bik in done 111
dialogue, ti 1 not Major Marcel
npaari BI l>e lellint
from his 11 f
1 eharueter named Boy
ide.1 by his Other Self.
tirofhai' in taw Bat i *
pi eaaa rom did aot know,
Major Mercei-DornfoTd I*b*M i
ihe begetter of a cult centred M
tha characters of Boy and Berry
and then eTftvea
In the piige> of Mereor-Yutei
Ih.> women are adorable an
adored, the men are witty
IOC in the way* o
Weir aagral
Their world of eternal vouth
aeHara the grass Is always green
and the sky always M
ttu> world of post-war Europe
Ma|or Merrer found that out
when he tried to resume lh,
Qood UfC m France after his
1.
k -et up home in Rhode
he has written his 31st book
It is called "As Berry and I
ivmg." it is published
by Ward. Lock at 12a. 6d. And
for those whi
1 aught the Barry-Barn aaan
pVJaa bnllian*
Ia| B
B> THE WAY
By BEACHCOMBER
A DlSORUrrTLaaTJ irfaatn m
restaurant asks 'Hy whal
bit rnaftaaa could what
, -rnbed as hare-soup oi
th menu turn out to be some
Kh-'h w Hush. Iitil.
one H was no error "Hare soup'
nds more dart in cur
MOW,1 gnd nowad.iys only the
nost tiresome gourmet will no
dlffatasjce. You canno
xiiect rattaurataun to provid
planntory footnob to fhg DW Btl
I
I
I
!
fl
4H in*. iKl.lnwis in o\m:kii>,
41 In.. TAtanswi
.-I'RTAiv uion
nn ooffTOM nwcti n in
wiiiti* ( 0*1 u,\ niii 1 i-. i 111,11 1:111 111 in :,
WIIITI 1 0TTON SHEETS kii v um
S.2!i & snsn
l(,l,n KID lllMs M a um sU.Dtl
III 11 sill I tS N x IM -. :.'
ri \is wiiiti: PILLOW ( \m S Me. & 98r.
um 11 PILLOW CASES
COLOUKKD Ml Ms mi;
FIIIHK IM\TIHIs. 1 s 1 n IlLM
II ll. C inv Sill Till
I fl li ins. $21.IM
*4Ct*t0tt*<
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOUR SHOE STORE BJ
^^^ Phone: ii^ 422,1 ^^^ ^^^
NATURES HALF ACRt
I'nniril in I '.hnn ..1...
Illr PhllllHU ll. >U.l
N.llirrS Ollldm.t Sp*. If*
GORDON EDDIE 9 ^'"^^'""^"""^"O"^
'.WDnLDDnMCkl
fi a < ni STaRMl "
VOTIKIX
The fasnionable Vermouth
Chase away
coughs!
TWO WONDERFUL RgiVIEDtfS
Zubes Cough Mixture
IwflWI thai r.ipitlly soothes
ixaveaakwl chest.
oh innil> child-
umiBt lyrap. Be
,; /uiv- Cough
Zubcs Cough Lozenges
to lake, they make short
throat iriltalions
In pockei ifHtl lh Zooei arc ready to
he popped mio >itur mouth at the fint
,T ion: throat,
C -'
AND ray earn Bie aga 2UIES INHALER
in si. hc.it! In a lifts.
fgOM ALL GOOD CHEMISTS AND STORES
I r.Ulr>\N.. .V I l> .J.*t<"J>ll ,,
p
I
z
I
P.nl 1 I AI I
f..inl<,i Efldlo

aoi......i
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Mil I lll\-
HKima i<>\\\
Johnwm Bopu
aaelal
Wall Dlaney
H ii m -
II II I Mil
.TurhiiMwlori
i Kill, *
iii \ar oi tiii
ai i, ii -
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BARBAKriLS
I Imai HI -si I I
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[ n-td '-AMEKON h
TORT OSAGE
Caseaoawi
I Bis Arlloii Thrtllrr
-,i ;,,....
Alia- Th*
i HAMr
iiininni" r<>rst-
and
n\\- III
iii: o mi i
Mfdnii* fat
I till I.Ot'H
si ;wm
bit*.. BtttU
V 11.11 IMI
MlltlOl I
Rwafej l-in*
BOOB4I
I III 1 I Kl V
OLYMnc
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KOVAL
1.,.,
i .v a is

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I'll "IIIIIUMI
To-dav .,(.
in..ne* 4 So a so
Republir Act,..
SAMSON AND
DELILAH w'l'i*.,,. i,,!,\,.
i..lor, ln
atarrina
lied* Larutr ihain io
AHAia
DAKOTA hi
Y.,", LO-1 PATBOl an.
=s-asr is?-.?.
Double Dln"1 "n-"*'"---------------Z
llll.I) MILS
hi iumi M

roar or
roRTt raisvi
-
s \ni inn ii
MA 17./ I/IIVV
VI \ Ml I s
* IliON
i~ ash
MeDonald On"
Mnireei
I'OMtMII
"!m,l Oai nii-M.
. s.-ui
' ..ii ri g or "'
HON g Hllt'ANtil r.iri
taarttag
UM
Yvi
ro pay - a b :
HOBl
A BRAND NF!W 111(111 TENSION' DOUBLE
AND CONWUHN-i
MARIL
[very Inch a Woition(
kho
WIDMARK
nURUYN
MONROE "
ONROE
. Every Inch a Star.
"^DotCt
2o
and
BUS Ml IMS Ol IHI ll\-N
Robert DRU
Another ORANIi MID NIOHT TOMORROW
LOOAI. TALENT ON PARADE Frer .cd Cold Coka- Hold 7'""
tar Csrtan or HEINEKEN BEEP. nd thP Wra "HBAVsTX 3
ABOUND THE CORNER


nSIDAY. DEC EMBER 12. HS2
BARBADOS UiUHATE
I'M.I iiii:ii
>"'......r
STOMACH
upsets
When the xomsch > ,ip~
at revult of heper-acidity, a
doae si D Will** Antacid
Powder will dii[fif the i>.in
aad diMreta up; lil awaj
FUiaJcocc. heart bairn and m-
digeabon a> aooie of Lw
ymptom* (Sal thia nrrN of
acid in Ih' stomach can bring
initatraln De WitfaAnuetrJ
Powder aoon nejtialiaei the
acid and at the tame time
other ingredient! in the well,
balanced formula aouthe and
protect the defecate viomarh
lining Get a tnppljr right
away. g>
ANTACID EH I
POWDER Lfl
ttmmtm Ann mV
Soofiei Stom,
BRITISH HONDURAS ECONOMY
Citrus Exports
Are Increasing
7
JOIriT CHIEFS OF STAFF CONFER
LONDON.
Sunn Cm* Volley, described U window'
of BrWafa H united to be tha icene of tl i
twnag in tht col
says Uw IM1 annual repoti pun ontn
IT*. Cil '
cleared land plant,
concentration plant for Orange and tTwpCfiruil |
Velio..
' for ui* Bwty Iron hon-e
Hi Mm nrrdrt CariyeMi
r\ hit/carM ANTACID
C(I-m*Im TAILETS '
a, Standard fM .4 fagaWj
Cilrm export* from it
SfflJ* lttl Ol
1 CIW^Tt) b) l5|. u
of nearly $200,000 (c 50.000 >
or the i
At the Colonial iv .

I Ait. Vuta, .
October. I0S1
awnta to the i
raecnad ::i ooo rtei......nthU
In,11
regular!) i
Lominurtists
Damages
Estates
A little mustard
LONDON


lymn rubber aKatat during

(.!.'
" lll.V. *
mpeUad
I
1 al 1 mv.mI.~i m Uw annual
wood, valued al S3.K4eJIM (I'WI- ^71 '"'. I S !
nd Kl'.
1
iMckbone ol th. country'1 c*
my, and. in last, i
product! incldried i .'j.3 i
feel..; tunbci and "lit ion
58S>;
I'd .it tnojui (cnrstT)
l.'n nl Ituildiiii:



I'llV II. Ill fl'l I III I
r bean 1 a* irated mrisu to Into ihe
Isti rut a mora bmmtu 1 .i- open,
anead economv and much attain- improvement in civilian ranriuo
ilon has thrrerorc heen given tn 1 ajw| ., Incraaei Ln Uw Bo* at
programme of road build inu with information enabled
anfng up naw area* Forces to aenlavi battai raautta
rnr ajpieultuK. During 1951. a ,n ihl. nll-lcrrorun
1.1 considerable progress tno Rcport. lh;,i the ma
' ~n nwortani roa
he Uvat of the inhabit.
I .1 ;..| tarter in tne
campaifin.'
WHS 111.Hi.'
linking Roarinu
weetern Dunrtct with stann
Creek and the Middlesex Valley,
m thai this potentially rich arc;*
ill have, for the nrttt.me. land D-M'<- "UJ prolongation of
communication with the capital *".' emergency
the economy o*
contiiiu.11
Mfti i,im( lATist photo inn nwiiauad
' too J Lanrtau
Gee Hoyi s \ e: Oaa Omar n.
I an P/uHaa
...unif|ihulO|
Singapore Has The
Best Annual Report
i pore' This iauuid
Colony m;is ;u hi: ptodUCpd Ifat ''Iv the
. l- eporl C tin* tlull and
iintn^nfirurtlva docunatnta produi i ther Colonial.
the Sii tor Iwl la pi
11. th<
the rpporl

Oil Source
Vo. 2 \otc
Bt rillllMIK rl lls
. 1 PJDON
Trouble In the Mid.il. \

In the I of I
li "ii
1
Onl> 1 King rrUal
11 opened a tit i> the Mciileri.mean. carrying
14.000.000 lon.< of oil a vear
La run ba rniah
fa7.0OO.000 lr*i

In OaforoVatraal T\
-h;ires arc intcrnation-
hUj owned, with Britain holding

Tim 1 how um capH I
Analo-lianian
Royal Dutch Bnell I
{In which nuiahi
holds 11
an MM
i:.ivt-(Nineiit
PJ

lie caplUI belooap to Mr
I
V.Mi. Baal oil .nd give*
\'. 1 ,

i.ir the company
SO so pioilt-aharlng
ooct iii> the Iraq G
0 pad Iraq i
1 31.000.000 tins %ear riding U)
ban peak
I !.. It'll
li Qoarnmarri i an
1.a"I..(.hi.'i t board to s|iend the
1] nufUoM in the wav tli.it will
'-'ielll Ihe Iiai| pruple nwrnt.
Mi 1I1 nf UW money w.m eai-
grand la btapMa lha anca far-
uuj land adding 2.000.
'ii'v" land
iqoal :,, UM . .,-n, f Kont
.nid Suaaeit
New
Sombre salesman
gels a
'wgutar* order
C\M :i a traveller in imoker'i
accruotiei. If you want a
lighter, a cigarrite holder, or a
hookah. Sm'i the man ho
iheoti the lalrit bnt Well."
I aakrd him. "ho- 1 the grral
door .to-dooft?'*
-Skid m "v /." Mid Sara
mut'tbJy ".YuoederionvMiWf.Far-
oa# Iftntf. I'm awufiaafe./, and
hAwi ymt'rt 'wVind l>W the k*-i
/art Wia" ymirmrx I pul j-ur
aed'f into peddiwf 4 faar of p o*. "
"That't probably voui troub-
le." I ta id. "AbadcaKolpipet."
/ ,J Nam../i,Hv
lake I Mid.' I.i.d- You're
being upiet by the <0 It ol pip-
ing you luvr iruiJf you. All you
eat hat to go through that caw
ol pipe*, and your bowel mux lea
have to do the puthing and
pulling But there'* nothing lor
them to hing on to in the wit
loodt you get nowadays"
li' iid Awl
"Not at all.'I aaid Hubble-
bubble, toil and tfoulile in yeur
tammy a dote nlconalipaticn.
You're in need ot Kellogg'i
AH Bran"
-'IIVrrdw*tJMf(wnei'ir'ailW
Jut at the right place.' I
aaid. "You have a little A ll-Bran
for breakfaat every morning. It'i
delicioui. and it givra your diet
bulk lomething for thoae mua-
Ml to rh an. It II make you
regular' in a mattrr of daya."
I lelt Sam dajMun] raw, and
when I uw him a -
looked m if Beam UImh,
MMh*1 l***>tfl fkMJ,
"P/eafwea> aMfki
'So All Brao'i put you in iKc
big time, ha* it'" I aiked.

i m alrc.ilj nI
I Mid
KILLOGCS ALL-BRAN ,.-
PaawceaaMg i
lai Mid* lorn il(h otrwi lav era
ol wKoit adawA J*'io*'lv o.
oailed A .: -'l a-vd MpB.
Mahai a lolandid hjaaMMl **d
raaiy appelut>ia cahai. burn, a"d
BRING NEW BEAUTY
TO fOOt HAIR
At thia Holiday Season
When you want your
Hair to io..k its bast
try
A. K.
POMADE
it will enable you to
dress you,r hair easily
in all the latest styles
mostly by smaHhohie,.. .i;1<( th t, Jjjj |
export surplus ol llopmall> dry season rpalorlt) ol ' U DM ,u Horaea I Glbaon PI*
/ i ..... ' '"'K i-"* I" ""
and caaii.il labour on aBUTM
brought 1 ..i.,. | plate, pti '' '' <
measure. Hut lha It Mn I lm- ,1""" "U:
of PJ, ll'- nimbly with that of out-dated no) lo lc Infot Jami luring Iwmiar] wnan AiMdan was
2. 6>d. In 1950. Button >a ol conaanl BriUin lost M.ooo.tHMi t..i,
Tin pr-luction was 51.167 tons th.-
One of the greatest obstacle only 370 tons below the pro- I *a Sin-
that bar to i" Ihe vtoua year's Agun I (Mi W i I
lack of sufin-ient ikllled aprwul- ..t labour and mil
The neoplr have facton cont Ibuting hi tl
i-^. reared to tlmbei tconori ftucad output.
and it -will venuire intensive re- y. .....n Colnnrs. To,,
education i efora thev can be con- enii rec0rd rice crop of 194950. lria report eonl i nnbei*
verted to aericuUure." the rei.- I 1M] ;rA ,, ,... ,....., I'arl anieiitv
adds.L.E.B rnoard tn. aaura ol MX,780'
'"* tharri |M my mind) ;. publb^uofl of ,iireci
la -I,,. ii.
ben Ah from ,,,.. ,
IP5I naaon ranchad l.soo
The Agricultural Department
t'ineentratinK OH
cultural education, and
have bet" i '
which have become
the obiect of incraaalng rood
\ production.
THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE!
Clean Fredi Mouifi
All Pay Long!

A
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have
papa-
Utgia I
red
Masai in iii'i-
"Utput has done inicb la mufci ii|>
he lo
l........ upplit'i I-. UN
*'......wn- Kuwait ini Company, operating
iiions. Inviting i .,. ,Korea of

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The Cannibals
L-cord. Th,- figure 61 141,780 v""'
ton. was reaches In cofttfiariaon "g.nm.mg ihem_ f.ki my mi.d)
wnti 435.S40 tha
M foi the 147 period.
Ihe (lollies
Governor! (Coat Of
Paiaafei)
The product* n
tlon figures of lacaul JI
that Malay.t i an PTI......
ti.ii! it i total "i Uon i i
... ., .,
coloui oi Kan pong Ku. h i i
n brought to ihe ln .,
U0PDON
Su- R. Hj arvauva
the Bacn
i | nfliea why
Idll | II oon for the
FREE
ENGRAVING
All |X'ti> Sunlit from us
will be engraved with
your name or initials free
of charge.
Sec Your Jewellers
V. De LIMA
A CO.. Ml*.
20 Broad St.
Marine Gardens,
and at Greystone Village

th.it parhaj dl ot the
VI ills nf .slioi
become aerugtonMd to n more
krl
i.i:>
from
the serv.....
'.he niiiin. thev
action-paGatad "ton,- giving >-
pression to ggJOnj fend
Now front a civil
new and diflerciu ajpacl ol lha
Padflc war. Jamaien-boni Mrn.
Lucille In-monaer's new bonk
The Cannibals Is concerned with ThT rI","i _.! .._.
areo.nV " INew 1 Itanium
Iximbing of Pearl HarlKiur.
The inhabitants wonder wheth-
A'.icuale to New
in view of the threatened Japan-
avaUuuj th


of bar ol cotonlal I ' <.....i wor*
Hem publl- i
invasion,
iwn homes.
in their
Planls
Dominating the plot H the ex- evsmrwa '
tnordinary love rtory of .. g.i _.
who lose, her met -
ill(. uuujJad i 'mi of tbatr BriUari puat plants f..T utaniurn ntanhan li i
lives is vividly descrili lu,M Wf Ittapafl
i prf who u in the can me hi
,, | pi Irerafl Industry, it koepa ,u irei
"it's A Bigger Ufa", baa called means tart is being
upon her wide experience of travel production of this Import
and people to bring '"'.',l: ""! tu*BVu*i "' ''' wu*
nfra-motion foi hli M, Mr. Ci ech ..... u. xinrr during the fli
...
nd the w ll-known ,..,, ,,uii
affairs. Miss Margery to lie mnd ......r tin h ., .
hieh < ..,,.... ,,.t|
r work is Profess. Da* Id MHl .
I erno i | m tl il
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Churchill. MAIL NOTICE
... pMaaaji To. .
ilth appeal for (or to era m v
'.'.. ..(
during lion to the
i ..it log
II .
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I I -
ft w/.s or EXCMASG8
bats'1'to life.
Her clear cut ityle
: ing thi li m '
maKe the wtM*
readable.
THt: t'ASSIBM-
II......i"iitl A to.
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THERE
IS
TIME!!
NOW is the time-
To look SMART
If you are smart
To buy a New Suit
for the Exhibition
All Styles, Materials. Colours and Sizes
THERE IS A SUIT FOR YOU
OARBADINE & TROPICAL SUITS from
S35.O0 up. PANTS from $.50 up
THE LONDON SHOP LTD.
Lower Broad Street o
The Complete Man's Outfitters
win be a 'i tha j' an i i
C ...in
fear* ti ,,.. ,,.. .
Titanium h.. ilroadj baai
.enoient iiu in anudl ,,(
foi ihe rompreaaoi enurt i: .
i.,. .
i
is limltad
:iil(l by the i -' | t
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British Industrialist
Demands Tax Relief
LONDON
a jeadii
Mr It M |^.
tTaatro Printers' Asw--i.ition. hai i
-Mested that if British compan-
bra are to inert thai things are the Common

mem achemes sbould QU alten-
taa ratlaf. to the re.-d evil
Whilr | .. )l(rth adequab
support projects
mraiwealth Finar :enb> "
i
Bruce it must not be itnir.'icn. Mit/Re-riimr II
that the Tn
I Inj i


tors to n,| i
in the Merlma am WPB
the present h> I
UaUon.
Mr. I.

Mnanchtal Tlnw
of taxati
oa obte'
; i.
nl on.
ban i lei reti
1
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i -,t revenue \ ri
for example, al hi
which appear to be .
only because they ..



I matter
lid bi ii
Been H does fljimnge i
. .
gaff, wh
i .* i imii h a tech-

hole, Mmh
. .
i. Tr<-asur>"a new i-nwrr ;,r,.| th.
rtage of .
i m^ioiii lime, continued
;
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it II
nee e
Uea unless
r.'igdom
-LI i.
r. Krilxri.

A NEW m,..i
gtrtn Menu sol
alcr iccih .ind guint. .itiit I
Irrth month .ind hrr.ilh .til .Liv. li
aaaag*l pu*i Hgowvga>M nvnuh
eaoun rm Bdautai a 4
ihtm nmpkttb
i Meniawil * uroen hctjus,.' it
.ilium. ..I.e da!.....it>n
Nalure'i way of luminf the die-
giving energy ol lite tun inio
Matin and Raahaaai *^o -on.in
chlorophyll nofta n I BMrwgg n
I ii>t. itw active ggpJB .hloio
ph>ll in Meiiljsol agapj ..,.i
,./.. mi aaaU da* refara '."
aranf TaM lana tgnnoarrMoai
on both oko and wnmen vtilli
Kid hiCJlh llonii il'lcr hru-h-
mg ihcn ii.......... MaaaMoi
noillh
tnloui!
Ihtn. M aphjd
helps io bUlU ii' 'i. hg iMh) gunn.
1.000
i .i bootn-
outh ICMB dm*
oataa dacaj aanropi genre.
lb.il ..in I
gan it ogH ' viion'
MJlaOM of Ana

"i bril-
i .it,-'
>.....i tow Man "'i .. >w/.
AlfrriHf.f ii'i" fholrmoiilh'
ri0iiTwisoi looH^siL
YES//
These are some
Items for the
Home . ?
S.nnepunvAliiiiiiniun
and I n.mi.-I
Cup%
Pressure Cookers
The CORNER STORE
FOR 111 1 s SUOPI'lAK
Icinu Tubes
IggBj Sets
Patlie Pans
llonche Pans
Stovesli & it Ilurners
Kleclrie Table Lamps
Thermos Jugs
Ice Cream Freezer
Aluminium Waiters
Mincers
Ki!rIn n Knnes
Fish Turner*.
Spoons
Polulo Mashers
Kicers
(iralers
Skeiv.s
S| r .liners
Efff Beaters (rot.irv I


PAGI loii:
IIAKIIAIKrS AIIVOC' VTE
I'RIIIAV. I.I C I Mill K
BAfADffi.gA ADVOCATE I ,M jg ,h,M, t ,,,,, \| \\ | %< I S
frim-4 m IMM OS* I.M. *>* , lr4| Kridav Dacetnaer 12. 1952
I ihIiii-4- I xiiihilions
THE Exhibition it I m a lonn
hundred
n lie Id in the grotmdi
l old Marshall's
Hall in Bridgetown and in other places
H . t. no fa tbi
.vhich played a much
i. vrlopment of
ItputBMDt of Miencii
many of its
A i cultural Society itself.
i> the he ..Uiral societies
which ui i . In many parish.. end
which helped to foster that deep-rooted
Barbadian attachment to the soil which
; upon by many tfen-
ot visitors to the island.
iiulturc
has ceased to be the only reason for the
exhibition and hardly a year passes with-
" . CM offered
In QiMon'i I'jik
In the new tra-
ind > Display of Mounted Police
was added to an already overcrowded pro*
D ':ie.
The popularity of the Exhibition is evi-
oV n! Li anyone and it may even be argued
that from the viewpoint of the majority
migh. even be more popular
now than it was In earlier days when
It less to be seen for the payment
of an equivalent entrance fee and less
the attractions. But
not the only yard-stick by
which exhibitions ou^ht to bo measured.
the exhibition draws more per-
- h earful financially than
ever before is certainly of threat in-, '
ance to its organisers. But whether the
exhibition could not be as successful if it
ived ofl Into tWQ or more annual
exhibn; i. k ttitm which its organi-
to ask themselves.
At pri-sent Queen's Park does not offer
adequate display facilities for all the living
or inanimate things which are sent for
display. The poultry section is admirably
. a aftunodfttod, than u ample room for the
judges and the committee members to
partake of refreshments, the ki-nnels offer
Utfale facilities for the dogs and the
owners, tin- orchids potted plants and
ferns have plenty of space, while the area
available Eoj cattle. Mta and plgl is by no
u reetneted Bui almost everything
i crowded to, ether. The book of a
tagt Ji not the bi place for photos to
be hung: the walls and show caaei of the
upper room of Quotn't Park House would
huv- to allow
for display of the items of
needlework, punting, drawing, ind other
exhibit! In thent rooms Downstair in .i
room of the < niter-building samples of rope
work, lishitu note, hammock white coral
tone pots, stuffed dolls, mHel buses.
arinplitiies. sisal work muls. tinsmiths
Uncturoj and many more interesting
exhibits of local handicrafts can only he
seen with greet difllculty and in contact
with other interested spectators. By con-
trast there was ample accommodation for
m excellent display of CUt flowers which
had lost much of their freshness by the
ftefBOOn of the BnM day. In the open
thi .' round provtelons and fruit
Were moil B. U aett\civ d l s ]> 1 a y e d
IthOUgh the entries fnun the elementary
ehoola ware disappointing More over-
crowding was notue.ible [n the downstairs
room Barvaa and an attractive booth advertising
the benefits of rending helped to subtract
from the the space available
for the display of furniture. Undei
circumstances the exhibits from the Gov-
ernment Industrial School may not have
attracted the attention they deserved.
The booths i its! k arere more effectively
use an angement of
local Industries The West India Hum
RsfuV *J I I fU-C Bottling I
pany ami the West India Biscuit Company
the .line area and
litural mechanical
equi| mewhat lavish m
ad to I -pace.
, like the Association in
aid 01 the Blind and Deaf and the Autnmo-
n) use it the
rtunity provided by the annual exhi-
bit:' B their good causes. But
Queen's Park for the first
tm.' Thursday this week
. i by the straj
lour, till .ailed the annual Bgn*
cult>. exhibition.
would never have
if undoubted
Ci erationa "f Bar-
accommodate tham-
needa of their day.
I the Exhibition
i.eld even in the grounds
of Government House has set a precedent
wh.i ovokad should it be
vas no longai
sun. e rn exhibition. But
whi ihibition is held in future
there ought not to be anotl
agricultural and industrial exhibition.

hol'i.; urinf \he Mini-
uid be
: .
'bit I (HI
' ' '
.. .
I the ?
Thli wa new
in?-': . ho instituted *l
; more ago.
ruder Till: HO WI J<:iltt ?
li> uooiiiiow WVATT, Ml'
Tinounrement that bat-
'
urought ban i
OOOS '(nil Ihr (luar-ls are rwdv-
... .
Hits will
be* brought home for UM
.
.. and the Guardsthe
words are almost synonymous.
Not that there cm be ai
linn t thf cnlivt-ninK of bar
Majesty's Coronation procession
by the mam l 'it lit
colourful Guards. As her personal
troops that is one ot their main
(unctions. The question is. Who
get* the privileges and why? t*> be able to
*Ufl wcll-to-U
A Guardsman in the ranks
must be five foot ten UtfltMl hi*li Father*, ?t,.ndl..ttiTs, meal
and of good phy-i-jin !!< m..-t gran
be prepared to accept the roust pearerful ant, inrHir*ns*oe asset*.
.VKIT.V 'illl Till.
\l 1 M. -l.l 1 ,.f
eare a* former 1 a>r-
*'"riii, for War, a |snN>
Ut M.P. U da*
huh Ilk rly U

Ur.<.lll-<1> UVjltt. -1 P ..
basnet! i Idler bf landed
in ri-Jii-e v ithin . ttrek l
u Dar. ii. i ii' Kinlend*
I'll now i i pea rlimr thr
iiru.tir ur 4,u4rd 1. -Use
l*rt .-..ii. ii tied >tr>mihold
t ti\ lies.- Mill s >..hbrr In
the Rrilhh Arm* U this
trae?
Not naWSjrh
rigorous drilling and dUcipbnc in *00 made
iuij of the three servitvs. At the to brain* or technical skill pro-
tnd of his training, he will be ttV PnnnBl through
..rid raojl re>olutc ohtf itoBsly,
in the win id ., ,
Snebbrrv although th
be ...
THE tfiieena Guards, Horse and living Is m
.:e a corjw dfVIitf officers thai:
o far a* tne men go. The ex- regiments.
cepUonal courage and relmhility
in battle of Guards unit* has nrv. \nn I OS I has laid
Par a stonewall job dJO*
DOES It m:."'-!-1 Ye*, becjuse
une says theae
(iuards oOiccrs lack courageis
not tsOUgh, The UCM ha* gone
rsa In battle went to
r.U who could sl*nd Up
If wt are to have a rorpa
.
... mttUnd
selected on a basis of
competence, not pnvUegc Sunw
. re goodbut the
level i.f knteUiga
1* below that of oUn* rSSjInitlsti
renMnTibnr late-into-
I
Hnada iarb ': Kogsninajr.
Weaiy staff ftiicrs were plan-
ning; oomplicatexl move- of unit*
lo,- Uw next d--- In preparation
for an attack.
At last, by 3J0 ajn.. the plans
ji'ir-t Then up spoke
tno aenlor staff ofucci
Guards division Involved.
aid, I've bea nertUni
i'f tht (iiium- vre were in the
n jisUrday. and not the
dm tntn n no* And sd was
,.: to do again.
V 1 c*" remember, too,
i> SOC14I
i bivllier oTuli
.. imimiisllianrn regiment
of Uie Hausahold Cavalry, it* out)
was to give ui
i oemj n* i^r.t ot
osainst odds they cannot -
tietterrxl .wtioii M fnlS*
' OS -topped.
For iieac^tinw UHOIIienkil the The chaige 11 -jnt^nd the mrn are
Guards make .i perfSet -here such it I the srrs>ariUina)or* and
Once, because they .irp the ;irp regarded as a fosU
Royal bodyguard. they were abovi are ruperb; ala*^. the officers are,
never allowed wul of Britain In abOVl iVOr*"*
between wars. N
to soldier oversea* in Malaya, or follow M
i.Kiblc spots, Uke other dutj
|> .:;;:.' I offk- :
_. feel out .f '
They have
to modem condition* in i.il ie- [M Wtr n.iturally the field of
Meets but ene- UM tejcniiUnenl wtocUOn br rent I .. liitie.
officers in peacetime
The offker ovs of ihe Guards om I their wi
is the last entrenched strong-
bjold of prtvilctte lo be subsi-
dised by the Stat?. 8l
not efficiency. deteini.
I
'No < liqlies'
IN our a-med forces the
.LllllK-
er man b i ouatry,
) rliques. *
,nd S ipoks Qenenti Mr.idley. chief
be of Staff of thi USA only this
Cloaed Shop
But i.
:-n UM *>'.
.mission
ot the war who was n
i at his parents'

atk.
Thai ouabf to I* 'me of the
1 Army Democratic re-
lonna ha%'e widened opportunity
Ugly sine.- the war.
The result Ii that ti;.- Hi'i h
Army is the best ti
WHEN i>ftVer* pass out from
Sandhi-i I (. allowed '"
state a preferenee for the r
menl they wuuld line to loin, ins 10 UM
Whether they get then choice or Harrow,
depends on how well the)*, have
done at their military studies. I UM Off* of the Ouarus.
The qualifications for tho BOne lo rsOB-public Mhool bOJhl in With their barks to the
Guards' closed shop are a family other n-... v 00 lor the right to
association with a Guards regi- itU]
mi-ni, am neiagh prlvata bmtmi olectfon I *
But Is It fully effective In
demands that no
of i .i .,ncement should
be isfussd i" the enterprising!
The only qUsrter which holdi
THE Tlllltll VISITOR
"Moderately go.*! atjoe Bir1
and "Jolly good ahow Ma'am".
The 'Sir" In these obfl I
is Gerald Antruther. author of
"The Third Vtattor1*, which Is be-
ing given, as their second produc-
tion, by the Barbados PI
Ire Theatre. Thi V
ll Annette Dangan, producer of UM
plsy, who has taken a talentnl
group of amateurs---really, the
standard of amnU-or >
Barbados Is amazingly highand
given them just the little naoM
and how much it Is. of technique
in speech, movement and gesture,
lhat will animate a stage tVOB i"
those moments when Lb)
has neglected to do so.
L-'t ihe best that can be said
for the play, as such, be said at
once. The trick ending Is very
neat The audience ought to be
able to foreenM .ii any rate the
sssneraJ nal
tunic Mttia in Ihe proceeding?
Dnb very few nentbei
o, And if. betwesB tin
beginning and the end. the good
lines are apt to be
some rrmarkablv soggy patches of
dialogue, there is enoughas the
Barbados Players perform the
play at any rateto keep the audi-
ence racking their brains about
what that final solution of the
murdcr mystery is going to be.
It Is easy for amateur casts to
perform the average thriller fairly
most of them do pre-
cisely lhat. But plays of
are by no means easy to do ex-
pertly. The characters are mu-
ill> Little moil than I Nppets; and,
with Uttlf oi cbarac-
terlgstten to get the um tl
i
the technical trie!
I > Mll-
ind on in qua
sion; and. with tiie aid of swlfl-
perfonn-
ance that make th( improbabilities
Mrs olsuslbli tta
Is actually in the theatre
In aiming at this sort of stand
ard, amateurs arc ai
advantage; and it is g'c.illy to the
credit of the Barbados Players that
they have seized to the extent they
have on such opporti.
< hiyraclcrlratlon os no exist In
'The Third VTiitoi ami h..\.-
kept the ball rolling so well in
those stretches of the play where
the author is mereU m-uking time
until he feels he can bung alone
his next "diamatn** sit
The outstanding feature of thr
the Empire Is its wv
at the lower level, so to speak.
N i OM mvis .i t ally ui.tk p. -
formance: no one when on thi*
stage lets the show down.
If one were looking for signs of
- i amateur group,
one would expect to find them in
in lhir>
case. John Roach, who plays the
pact
understand, has never appeared on
any SUSS i"fore. Mr. Roach's
perfonnsne. I rwevOl
the successes of the evening Ili-
Volce is on the light Bid)
will probably have to U)
n ewhat If he is ever to
Ion, but ins
IS ;i Unit able ant' hll
I
One welcomes
him to the Barbadts stage with
much "nthuslmm
One other member of the cat i*
Krom A Correipondent

ihe i
insensitive lo tin
the programme has it) ha*1, never
i had not acUni
thoroughly e*t| I
i
are here all right -and wtlh thena
whlch one can only SSO
khidi> and i'iigiving oal
UM author has ugnaUy f.iii-vl In
Bill Millington with any-
Uilus worth attai long, Mr. Wel-
lesley, indeed, gets so much out
f thi virtually
one hold* one's brOaU
topple the whole flints>
jt.ii well
enough to
'
.is wall as
bers of the amUcncv sonM
of real ddiglil.
How nice, boo, to be able to
piaise utireseri''
.
those "f than at
any rate who did not *
in -Twalft Mills re-
mains the Corporal In "The Middle
W
ances, nood
attain to thib -
Jim hi> oerva-ihatteri l
i
i
.




-
its clear dtcUon '
thick at Urnasi and, uumgh he is
I
-
most err, i ante just
the same.
At the risk I
I .
I hat the Barbados Players
gi-od to have Ii
Inate pr... i I theml 1
. Uliil I would like
to BSVt Of Richard
Vidmer. Win: there
very good Indeed. Ha
mant and ge-

and he 1
could be as
I fear I
how th.
Kurton I George
Challenor, who playi Jtlt
i ;my rate a sens-
..!

not n great deal mori to
.
veloplng. I loo> :
I
: .
leagues.
0 the tWO
.
a momer.' tape, more
Ihnn anywhere else In the play.
I is forced back on to
the split-second
timing, the lip curled at precisely
the right .,- i flashing
just the ngl I amount of Are. the
wheedling ami
feigned tenderness, the haggard
"in" who may (or may
fOI .i MrtOUl spot of
It, as some more
frivolous critic might declare, a
good thick slice of ham.
Largely debarred from this
refuge. Mrs Dowding remains
very much her own attrscttva
stage personally, sczes the oppor-
tha occasional SffacUvi
vea nicely, and >
slips Into a certain air of coyness.
when coynes- is not required. Out
i|oi stale defect. Per-
at her see a good
amateur than a second-rate pro-
% Bui there Is no
that to lend any real con-
viction, however temporary, to
ibis particular kind of part cne
needs a professionaleven If only
a second or third-rate one
In a lesser and more coherent
part, Pamela Chaytor does excel-
lently. Her first stage appearance
in "The Importance of Being
iiggested that there was
some ftrst-cldss material here.
This, her second, appearance con-
' view. I should like to
see her in mere genuin l> emo-
tional role Her delivers "f I
In The Third
poea uiat aha might
-* of it
It is a real pleasure to see an
amateur, .-lldressed
one The two roung
; i : ti
that -nit them tar ifoctlv and know
hi s to wear Iturn. (Mrs. Dowd-
ing in the last srene Isto put it
vulgarly a knnek-outl. The
I Mr. Ber-
talae -erves in purpose will and
f quick changes.
comment.
however. OSR nget that
unsung hero f this ind so many
the fit ass
Lance Dowding No one
associated with the amateur thea-
tre can evai have ilwunk more
i dly from the limelight;
hone thai he get* enough fun out
of playing with the various light-
ing and other devices ui this pro-
tea iki bin fur labours
. man bo
^nth
'
Barbados r not put
on melodramas in the Intervals of

reason why they should. But nil
van ov derata thnii n .
< U*Mh ending thai

Certain-
I Ms* In Retirement''
orperhaps at ove allas soon as
.!.- .,-. l.,l ]( I , ,'. .1
;
staging. .!an and
i.....
while, thai
much out of ii
H> JOHN <. LEI u:. op.-r: the SSSBton with DCS
entrancing dtBC
In tests st the National Institute of Poul-
try Ilu.sbandry hens allowed to choose their
own food laid an average of 190 ettg* a week,
while hens fed on foods recommended by
experts laid an average of 45 fewer
Isn't it di\ intriguing thought that if we
poor humans, like those lucky hens, could
De set free from all the experts, who are s
rapturously convinced that they know what
is good for us. much better than we do our-
selves, the effects upon us might be just as
remarkable as it was upon the hens?
TAKE THAT fascinating institution UNO.
for example. The planners* supreme dream.
It was to make war impossible. To trans-
form the world into one vast and lovely
Shangri-la, in which peoples of all races.
creeds, and colours would mix in Jojoua
amity, doing just what the boys and girls
with the bulging brains (and. of course, the
fat salaries free of income tax) told them to]
do.
But something seems to have gummed up
the works. Instead of peace it was given!
as the only "official" war since we put Hitler
out of business.
The most extraordinary of all wars. The
war which even victory cannot end.
WORSE STILL, just because UNO
operates on sentiment rather than sense,
those fine lads of ours who have been cap-
tured are apparently condemned to deten-
tion for life in Asiatic prison camps to suit
the whims of some of our Chinese and North
Korean prisoners now so happy in our hands
that they prefer not to go home.
Fortunately, UNO shows signs of cracking
up. The Big Chief of all its wizards. Mr.'
Trygve Lie. has sent in his resignation.
Hi cant get the porridge out of the pot
so he proposes to pass the problem to a new-
cook.
Then, to heighten the crisis, one of his
chief advisers throws himself out of a high
and i; picked up dead.
Why did he do that? Clearly because
something concerning the inner workings of
UNO looked like being dragged into the full
light of day with mast awkward conse-
quences.
WHAT COULD that mysterious secret be?
You don't need two guesses.
But you can be sure lhat. just as our own
Korean Office has drawn an impeneti .\\>\r
rurtiim over recent disquieting disclosures
of what has gone onand may still be go-
ing on among some of the rather odd
characters within its sacred circle. UNO will
be equally successful in keeping its scandals'
from the ears and eyes of the world.
Haven't we been sentimental about UNO
long enough?
It has not given us the peace we hoped for
but war. It is not giving us safety, but in
insecurity
Instead of spreading amity, it is sovrln|
suspicions, hostilites. and provocations that
must inevitably bring graver disturbanies.
IT I? OPENLY working to disrupt the
British Empire.
Isn't it time that like the lucky hens we
were permitted once again to choose our
own way of life instead of the way the
wizards have worked out for us?
What do we get from all this mighty army
of divinely inspired brains?
TAKE LAST months examples. We had
an ht-yer-o|d child treated in a fashion
that no child should ever be treated in a
Civilised community.
We had a butcher branded as a swindler
because a Food Ministry snooper took the
view that some chops held together* by a
piece of linaavered skin should have been
sold as a roast for a few pence leal than
could legally In- charged for chops
What did that monumental example of
stupidity achieve for the taxpayers? They
had to put their hands in their pock* is and
fork out damages to the butcher.
I am delighted he got them. But 1 ;mi sure
we would all be infinitely more delighted
if the Ministry of Food saved us the cost of
similar nonsense in future by shutting itselt
down. Its days ef usefulness are I
THERE CAN be no real hope of any
linancial earn for us until we tell tin*.
I bH nf ours bluntly *d finally that w
have had enough of government by bureau-
cracy and propose to give ourselves Ihe
game freedom as the Poultry Institute gave
to those lucks hers
In clubs, pubs, and homes one little in-
cident in the television picture of the Ceno-
taph ceremony has aroused some Uvi
An officer stepped forward to the Duke
of Edinburgh, saluted smartly and handed
to him the wreath which the I>uke v.
on the plinth.
The Duke returned the salute punctilious-
tOOk the wreath.
THEN CAME a wreath for the Duke of
"'

ing salute fresn *
: eath.
A little brushing up
I ( V
Far nil GARDENS.
Mi.I t UU I QAsUM N HANI U
A pQwaei jupl.ea I srtarsnvs and
in X i.ini ixi HE
.SSeJB
mi (2-3 ......'
Wlicn applld by w.tcnng pul^s not burn Ih. lolLfe.
For uk with jour Coupon Heap for convening the
wait* materials ol jour eiden mio Manure.
IS rriiU a aanng.
WILKINSON HtlM~ I" IT"'
.,rs To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
____ BM KVUTI1 NTOtfES
I'honr H-.Z. 46S7
V4I HAVE YOI II
&
y&*f#
'wt>
EVENING SUITS
Your rlioico of 2
and :l-piec- Muck Vicuna
from MM
MNNBB JACKETS
Linen and Tropical.
gtafta or lBS29.00
IBSBSS PANTS from $37.ixt
IIRKSS SIIIHTS
EVENING
!>y Welch Hargetaon,
collars iillathi'il mid
oYlm-hed . ,
HARD FRONT
SHIRTS by Kadinc
TIES. American
Black Silk EVENING
Mil KS.
Accessories.
Da (osIji A Co- I ill
Gifts for the Family
ll mi- In Tins.
,\irs ruddiiurft.
rh-.-^. In Tin-.
f*rrs B,s,-ulU in tins.
Carr*i BimuIu in pki.
Itutrh Hand Che***.
Basstt ajaa in t%aa.
I'.rlr. In,,, \\hi-k.y
K>r Hha*e>.
I igur>4 [ortions
I "ii \ CTnwtaaa,
Praam -ir.ilK.rrlr%.
'"Id Brjltl Kiiin ,..tI- .,1.1
Wtsta In town . .
r 111 \s; < all FOR
lOfR <.Kim l nil B
at Broad Street or at Ken-
iiiiM.iv where we hjve am-
ple i^rklnt *paee.
Bload M. Naa. 3H43. 5|at-9?
KiBsjagtafj Nil-. Mil I
Enjoy J & R PRIZE
BREAD & CAKES
I'lHIM WK IlKUVrlt.
BIV THE LARGK TINS
FOR Tilt: BsOODAI I
: lb. Un Slrswlserr* Jam.
7 lb. Un. Ka-pberry Jam.
7 lb. Un. Mixed rrull Jam
n lb. tin. Aprteot J^m.
lb. ii I. Pinrarpl*- J-""-
h Id. tin Mirmalade.
\ i,i 111. ml..1 Rum in I isl.
Ian
\ ,t SUdes Rum In I >!
in \ sTOfJI
c \\ \i\ iirv DauWKI
TO-DAY.
Order Early-GODDARDS


I Kilns I'H MBEfl i
HAKIiAlHIS UIV.H Ml
PACE FIVE
Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition
Stresses Need For
Private Investment
In Creamery Project
HIS V the AduiK (,ovcn..>r. Mr. R. N
Turner I Id members of the Agricultural S-iriety at the
" il projects like a Central Milk
Dep :.-iy and Central Markclniii Aenc>"
I have a much belter prospect of succ*
umnutted itself to the extent of Inv.
.
Hii Ei addressing-------------------
US -_ __ _
^ii4kk>|i I li\" A I
..i thii -JIM t t ll iscst .rm.e
i show &* WiUllIUBB
and t: > i / I
W. H. K A, the Speech Day and Prlxe-
, in he was met Giving f ,,. s, M-m
Mb
I
Mr. IL I. Kb ,,r. Mrs
and other members of the Com- N(les printed tin- Prtu
. group of song* by the School's
At it. S. A.
*"*d Osborne. followed by a number
-Its. Turner. of recn.iions by pup'ls of the
III M IIOOIII
^ IBlHHHflHB'
n 'QjPJFFUSfOIJ 1 L
h u ) i ^f

i 3 ^*>

' Governor ad-
rha play "The Bueca-
u men naeUd.
1! I Kin,. Vic rntUmX tha ,.,, ,..,lh cnanicter ! I
moved the Vole of part w(,n
la.nn..... butod the prize, to the
Mr. Bethel! .aid: pupl,, ,cr whlc|; ,he Head-
"II it my pleasant dlltj on lie- >.,.. Mr. A. s. Smith gave hi.
ncultural Society nfnn
Id his report Mr. Smith spoke
"I ol the work o( the school, which
> factory In
, of many handicaps. Jhe
.
hirti standai.:
ire a e. I
mlht be however lhal ....., .,, hoor
attend- largely depend,
upon the .|U..liTv ,,f its .talT mi I
THE BARBADOS RF.DlrrusIOK SERVICE won ,rat pnxe In the booth- exhll'lted al the Annul
Exhibition ye.terday. The.r *]o,an "relax with BediHu.i.'n" t?aa w.l! it.-in.t.'d an ahown above.
Rediffusion Booth Wins
1st Prize At Exhibition
afc th,

to-da
lid also like t
man to
hit ion In t!
ton will be remembered U the
Ol the Canadian Bank
of Commerce In tl..' r<
re bed. Be was one of
WOUld '.ike
e of adv-mrlm: ""* 1bo^nd.inf.
. Sinn, tndiisln Aimcultural tuning CIUNI lor .
the ivpe uf" pupil* thai atten.l U
Mr. Smith said that tin- etafl
were cape i lenl end
always co-operative.
Results Satisfactory
Referring to Lundwork activi-
ties, Mr. Smith said that the rc-
lade spe. : the shoe-
..II.] ear-
toe seniors
ind
the
\tfTicu1tural
and the ni.-drwiiui
have changed, and 1 rutting **
lta* Hffin^Sehcnl
g, Cubbing, 01
i,hi-
The atmosphere of Christmas n
Queen's Park by i lg Claus which edvertiaod
Ju-C bevers i tg Cliug was m\ feel tail
ted above the heads of the crowd visible to all i
lion fans.
: rlze for the best booth a! the Annual Industrie]
Exhibition was won by Rejdlffusion, whose booth hi
sotting of a well arranged room, with a "num" reclining In
a chair (only his crossed lens are visible) r ding, relaxint;
and listening to the radio. At the Bides of the room fuui .
types of speakers were on display Th<- new consols ,......
models, built locally, were m dark, medium and light col-
ours
The Elite speakers were In i'l seel engines and
brown and black plastic, lighting plants. Tl
I irted, lien
i Pnx \ to bile Asso-
Iheir uk> M J elaUoa'a booth attracted a great
cond pru Tin- bootB. 1 bej bed many
Mr. ('. A. Ooppin
Bock from I .A.
liuxiiu ss I rip
IJusCoiuIuclor
Fined 10 For
0\4'rlou Hi Q H Griffith
id 28-year-
> CIO fur
n a bu.-
1 to carry 31 on
(X-lober 6.
plct.levl guilt>
i m rt*
.0 months' lm-
llh hard labour.
Knu Kell
Mr. O. B Oriflrtb tald
bin th.t*
,. .
nd with hi
mid ask Un
.
! tag (.f thi
if
Kai .. white u
I tea Reed on tx-tobrr
I INI i \M Ml 111
ni of Ap-
terda> Their Hot
\ Veu ind Mr. A. J. H
H.uiwhell reversed the decision
Hi Wi | Ml C I W.,.
.1 District
\' who nned Aiberi liiwn ^,
tl 30 .if.
to be paid in M day*
t.r 14 days' Imptisonment with
bow tor not keeping t<
-ide of the road while
d'iving a motor lorr>' on July 13.
I SSI.
n a ti mli 'ti tta
i wlthoul prejudice, ftnolhoi
..:'.
i ivlng a lorry ageJi
d Ithoul prelu
HI *foran p Mi w ,:.. ri
i.lssed thi>i ..,
DRINK k DJ0Y
COOLING &
REFRES?!INr
'HU: Tl*
: it lit tOO mr.M
. .I- .
on ,.t s-
ma lined 3 I.....*
-1ti| i lOfunenl i" Hi
Mi c; i, Orlftfth to



Uve*
l


Bank

uppll
. that in the ni-IK-aled
Club, vertteed ' Ran motor quart.
old Scholars' AssocUUon, the oil nd at the eUmodin
' jll,rfv, rta Club, and a liibricetlon guide which instruct- Bemaet
;,iy rortned Parent-Te Bematex 1
lion ell ol
.. v useful puriKMtes. .- stall was another .
endance tofi>auch to be Messrs DaCosta I Co- Ud's were buUt Into tl
:tJ !L ,1 SS <'-"' There wa. only a good which adv., I
during eaamii the booth
[acturon
to the narent- nii'l ">" dtoflayed the Lucas tn.tt.Tv '""'U1. -tri*T .>tTae- V-
i. iii the I'ark an.- tti
'
night
horn led to aunoat do
On the lawn neei the Park tt"
t \ -
UMM ot
d music, was agricultural

Sales and Service Ltd.
which is
rat to i ivo In
along Th
with the ';< 1,11)1,11 l>-0 bt^.,,
silling si-
ll ,,i II,M.
.1 1ft.
..in... should h.i'. been
two i enee
-.Mil.IN
' Bush Hell.
the PO-
tarda) thai ' ton i-eit
tolen tan bfti
, i in hronl

........32 ......',, ,.;,.rri.,it., to lend their children i;""' Th. ran attnetad '1(
years to cimie our Exhibition will ^^,^|J*p^11i,r',"_ The roll -oil bl Afferent motor norna on the varioua i-'i- m SB tie was |l
Mr. Bn
pressing his
Ii rial m name.
Cattle Show
\ in leultui i t and
dock breeder i
.. i
. would like n i> be, but
nade and
dx.ut the
.
must iii,-
...
.
f the dlS-
' I
i Imate,
i

i draw at"
* hich
can and might senn. iv ..tTe.t not Khtevernenl
only
ny In this
____hool regularly.
,i the begylnnuu of the
led U *l it had
d |o III The average attend-
.
hooi eoiini. r. People wen big


: | .

Od members uf the Board
of Manager- for then
>"
"Second Home"
Mi r. B - tract
ra t" be There
Three Hospital
Domestic* lift urn

had
'

~ present i which be praaeora cans carl and wheel
hi acond I mne." type tractor emoag Ota other agn-
. i to the untinnH seal cultural equipment on diapl
gad the abllKv of the Hradi-
ter who mhh high which wa* situated iumi- the Lake.
ijbi: M Harrii wheel
NUeg then inoke "f the &eetora and other aoulpmenl by
of the School. It th.- same eomDany.
had pro. i Prayers
Mr. MervUle CempbeU, an r**" d *heel tractors and
i


i
.......
n

i in returnli Prol
man of Mlddleton. Bl Oe
At COIC
Hill.
kiim in Bni
l
i. iM .. i-. a, ..
QutnlyrM D un ot Bl I
'
. i ....,, i ., ,, Irani
: is ra' which w.c j...ih Silver Hill or, Dee B
-)Ut'\ni) BXMUesSKD

i .
i ticki
11
Mr. II. A
the Bar i
b< reaWn m death <>
M. Talma's mothai The Juds
',( |l,ir fur Tl i
pa thy.
Knlgh! ol
I
Jj1 I-land Scholar who is ,.'

K
LeettllH Maahee at a Among the booths which .
S^SS "*3 w> ''' ">
IL ,hl r- ; O***" c:rlffllh. a' PrM*'T" ">: '> '" Public Ubrary. Tnte booth
2f> by the a .,. lnw in ,h(. UK< Mr CcrU WM sltU(,ted on the sbun
irarrtite coming ,tl who wu awarded his bottom storey of Queen's Park
..ght or. the toM or shoes m.b.e. at ,nc age of 27; Mr. House. *
7, inn*e!rX.n \bov,lierl' Humphrey Walcott. Chief pro- This year was the I
'"-< Uition Offieer, Mr. Louis Lynch, flrsl attempt at running a booth.
P '"<>' IVinirpal of M.Klern HiRh School. ?!, BettyGnfiltli wtW
to be cautious and to report any Mr. Bcrrv Thorpe, of the Visual charge of the booth, encouiaged
rumalS to the Alrtl Section Of Department of members of the public to bom*
present Education and many others. books from
Mr. Nlles hr>ped that the school On show was a liook of cartons
,n would go i angth to adileh u
Mrangth and ended by extend- "' l>">oks in the Adult Bert
ing the aaaaon'a greettnsa to the aiiother book showed the
the types of books to then ,
they
Open Day
Government Vet. In ou
condition we cannot afford to take
chances Foot-and-mouth
tin us.
"i ahould like to thank the ...
is Commit- audience
who per- (, .
"* I"* c k T..:.. : -he Bc\*
deed: and you will permit me a g r. Ripper.

Ken m i
i f the Dog 1 d ine much
....
..on.
Power And Fuel St. Mailln'.s Boys' School on
"We have been toM mat Bar- Wednesday afternoon la:
bade* Is on a bath of on, we Open Day and priie-glvi:.
nlng of a rvi>ort. -the headm
h will make the tap the charurtng ii.ethodi. in edorati-.n
hope 'he HOW utd rt-mmde.1 pgtent
"( power ihraudi all boyi r
that standing s I i,,ty. eech
' w might rommuiulv and the ar-
oo able to boast of-the Indus- ,,... m )mporUnl M thc toWyer,
' OT the tear, .
deed parents and
, .ontlnued .upporl.
The aetaoo

U .- Hum. of th,'Moon- ...
H indiwdtb Annual J*' Carol, and No,r.. Spiritual..
....." "r cif*
s-ial Wellare. Omcer. Mr.
a. he*d C. D. Spencer. Inis>ector
) IH) paxe 7 ,
Sole In \i,l Of OU UatiUu Home
.
be wiii .m that occoato.
nol told .it la
i a are arranged in a s*iow cos* at
taar and
fut on sale over the I
: the
The show case this
tti icnve background of
Toys include

-.es. and

ash trays and other misceUane-
-r and a ous Items on sale.


).
ii.. said that
ter Royal !
,
!
Brat year th.

Mnooihiv, but when bwy a i Aaaocia
transferre-l to the i HJth they i
perienced some hard :
Tneir most dlOeuJI time In th.
U.K. the,
ship was delayed and they hi
to pay 2. If)
rooms which
fortable
tod a)
Their m to h.r 1 ,i - \
grit makitiL
- tup. ______________ _____pv 'o b l
nol prepared to
i

it
well with the

i.lIgS I..I
both ouujoing and tog >.
il lu.uid mitigate
.
ICECREAM
TODAYS
PINEAPPLE CREAMS
KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS
PHOENIX ami CITY PHARMACIES
aaittHQ^y^
ii the lousdisiAl
Sigi 4 all.
See th?m at Our Cosmetic Counter
t setsaaata < rack-r. h.hi.n-; two
phial* of perfume in three Sil-
lrent prrfumi- SSSSfftSSSBSBj Bl
in a most uir..inr bow.
Dusting l*o\*dir willi
Pull
l. t Tale
(ioya Hand < ream
#>ift Bon arllfa Peeremr Bowl and Hand <.roan < hrbt.
mas Cards v. ilh 2 phials of Perfume. Twin Set uiih
OSM Perfume and Lotion, (fitarlet set with four 'lif-
ferenl perfumes.

LOVELY
LINQERIE
QIFTS
CAVE SHEPHERD & Ca, Ltd
10. II. 12. 13 Broad SirMt.
Art Silk Slip, *:.:,,
Art Silk Hull S..... -. IT II
Nylon ii.ill Mm -H.I
An Silk r.n.i i. 83r. I. |LM
N\l.m I'.inli.N -'i'l I. HJ|
:^
Nv
llos,.
42, 51 .iii.I i."
IMIgi vvilh .l.irl. oiillinrd
llci I-. il.uk \iimuv of dark
II. il. Ir.nn |U3 In (J IS pair
Pop, silk lli>
>:' la lii S2.63
'. -i|t',."
All Silk Nlfhtlft
- 1.93 lo MM
HARRISONS
N
Dial 2352.
Il ::i


PAGE SIX
11 Wtl'MMts \I>V()< VTl
U'.lliW lirC'EMBEB IJ. IS
PREMIER TALKS ABOUT EMPIRE MONEY
Britain
Must Become
"Banker"
By BRETT OI IVMt
LONDON
New Zealand Prime Minis-
ter. Mr. HulUn.:
t London's faim>-< Sit
and talked about moneymoney
thai he units to set I
on Aid it seemed the last thini
he need*
Looking pre I p e r o u s ant*
healthy, tanned nrvi ceemingl-
. by the fortnight facing
the lap c
; -carpetr-
p-c or, "in.: of th-
S v which ha. housed more
mill.nnaires than New Zealand
has ever ponjasjaed It c '! I m-
dba home of Mr-
nnancier* an
* Misters.
And while Mi Holland ex-1
the lights*
nver | wintry '11
it him haowlnib through wide
window*
MH need."
he said. Thoughful a m
added: Capital
Very well, capital moalf
Minded rood i
with "money" .ill about, it didn't
'eem such a difficult commodity
' i i tjiie. Not thought Mi
Holland, only too clearly.
New Zealand ha* approached
its great need fur capital monies."
ho said, "at a tune when Britain.
who is normally the channel for
obtaining such monies, is having
Mich n -difficult time
her own nccounUt. let alone
having a surplus for landing."
There and then, the spectre of
t h Commonwealth Economic
Conference which had brouiiht
the Prime Minuter to London,
intruded like a draught off the
rainv streets and the interview
settled Into a succession if un-
compromising realities
Providing Capital
It la true that if the quest:->r<
of providing capital was to be
derided on the basW of credit
worthiness, no countr* would
have a higher priority than New
Zealand,
'Hut It can bo well understood
that Britain can't eon-.ni. r BM
needs, of one country It
and. quite naturally, if something
is done for one, then all the others
..ill stake thail lalmi and the
mniegate would he far hoyond
the reach of Brit
Which was aumuiK. In the
first place, that lints in might
navo a few spare pound* lying
around. Tlmt Is the trouble
Fveryone gays she ha-n't Not
nt the moment, thfwaj Perbani
say the conornlal i decision i
tuken at the conference wort oul
iilccesfuUy. Britain might again
be in a position to resume her
mlo as banker for the Common-
wealth. And New Zealand might
-elfvision Far Ihe.
(Jommon wealth
t tmno.iwe.il :ri ana ........
tptMn | :
Lanaua. an- still I long way
from having
Qianl say "Jut rail." All in
same. It Is practically incvitabu
uia. one any ...... ^ m bt
ing TV aerials and tending mor.'
to become Ttay-.il nom.- coun-
tries.
That day has been hrougV
much DMNr by recant Brtu <
dvaneag tn the development
"canned" television pro
These Indicata I n whan
iransmittent have at last
been set up round th.- i
wealth. T-Vn-wii nill mainly
we film reproductions of pro-
gramme! originated In I
in much the same way thr.t
BBC sound featui
corded and flown to
for ie*brna It has become tat I
clear as televr .on *pi OS
ly round the world thai Ui
problem of its ostsblUfUnont u
not eniirely centred on the cost
of buhaing station.'.. A power!
deterrent is the coat and diiil-
(ulty of providing pi"
Together, these obsti
prevented countrle* with limit. I
eesource* to* broadei
scat!"
mining Britain, America and the
Continent In the television whir'
Public demand IJ
so also li the deslie to appoa&e
But Ihe btdMlnj edenj te
television stUfttoi i ius
vonil ,t > Me ......
even if
the supplv "f .ui"
actors, i Drned I
lam-er i
still bo lacking.
The solution lies in the u-.\
the inteIIi..T use, of Film Old
tHrns made for another purpo-i '
won*! do; the quickest emy of
"dining anv teh V
o nil it up with Uu i
of the ClM
ilmetl te,.
the only inn i
Ji TV expert* honking ovemeas.
It mn.j
ned" nrngrernmea hive not been
widely produced before. Firstly,
illms made by orthodox two-
ininule-ii- nietho I
.in* too co-tly. And a second
rdasonl a' that the
quality of pu'.titvs taken direct
from the cathode-ra} tube, as in
, .
Doen en' ory TJ
lemand I f-.r qual-
l) repra
High deflnltli
screens h en achieved
v not t Brit
led to tbi
year of a 1
:.
technique foi thi pr<
It i di-
rected by Mr Normal i
''m- controller -
lelevlatoi
A trial film lias- gin
m-"'" on experimental studio and
camera equipment It has beoo
(MR'ISTUAS
iRRA,\GE.\tEDlTS
FOR COLOMALS
;.oMHN
Chrutmas arransements for I
Colonial students In Britain arc'
(ready well under way They '
aler for all taster and include
..1 cultural ... tivltles
One of Oaf
mis will be the student dance ui ;
LandHsD, More student* than ever
heforo have applied for invila-
ons. And trie organieers plan
) book a ball which will accom-
modate mor a than last year's
ecord number of l.ttOO,
They also plan to invite the
Stc'Ctaric* of State RW the Com-
monwealth and the Colonies and
representatives of voluntary so
.teties with colonial IntM
Students who wish to take part
study ooenoB, itaj ..itn
tngllsh familic*. or \ isit a
different part of the country can
so. fares and par' ' *****
expen-ses for the study courses
covered by the Colonial
Offices fund to whuh colonial
Kincrnrnents ntilbute.
. -|>1 .ns
Illustrated by the fact mat
rs. Culson. liaison officer for
W.;! A't
Btudenl Union b
ol the Mldlaiul to ensure
that all students mere spend an
'. .!!.!...
Lasting relief from
CATARRH
! of BBBkt relief from Nasal Catarr*
u*r MenuWUtuni'. I hn wonderful
breathable halm, when pat up inside
the nctse. acts inantly "tour et
x-vt hrcith camel nh>Uag s.ip.ur.
i^ht up thrx*h the nose wlikh
open up the nawl passaets like in..
,ind lestore Her breathing. A ho
rub Mcalhotatorr. frccK on >our
itiroaf and chest, this breaks up
i(irujou> most obstinate Cji.rih Oui^l *ci
,i iar or tin Of 'Menthol-num" io-.Ij>
ASK FOR REAL
MEN-THO-LAY-TUM
IN
TIMS
AND
JARS
Made Only By
Tht MtnthalMlumCo. Ltd.,
{Eit. 1889) Slough. England.
PICTURED here with ike Secrptary of State en the Colon.al Advisers to the Commonwealth Conference. They include Mr. O. H. Adams.
Mm*)T of Executive Committee, Barbados, and Mr. A. Dom**, Mlni-trr of Labour, Trinidad (both rapraaentlng the Wn-t Indies).. Mr. A.
Ullmour. C MO Secretary for Economic Affairs. Singapore (representtug Federation of Malaya, North Borneo. Sarawak and SIngaporoi,
Mr H L. Jones. Assistant Secretary (BconoBurJ. Kortbeni Rhodesia. Mr. W. Padley. SecreUry to Uie Treasury. Kenya. Mr. R. da S. Suple
don. Economic Secretary. Eat Africa High Commission (representing Tanganyika. Uganda, and Zanslbar) and Mr. K C Tours, Permanent
Secretary. Ministry of Elnance. Oold Coast (representing Oold Ciasi and Nigenai.
if meat, buttrr and che> i
"No. | dont think Ihei
much scope for expansiM
manufacturing lines. An>
then get some of the capital pm\ ide haj icqulre-
nionies Mr rfolland wa* iefer- ments of
ring to. of resourcea. if she baa
Money for what'1 "Kailssay ex- money, -.he will
tensions for one thing." h<> eeicl | .nker"
"Hydro electrictt> di*\ lopment And then In- spoke ol a sub-
Local body requi" foi eel still very much o
Uculatlon Forestry with
What about ome tor eat
Ing export Industrial i>.
III
"While I'm
I
rest men I I've-bet ei
we make on the devoiopmei i of by I
secondary export Indoat]
be colncl ment of the buying attitude
other countries" 'hut fa
Hypothetical talk' I I the <
But Mr llolliirid Wl '
one thing l^nmng forward oT AfnV tid Morocco. I
:...'-- ...
.... I
that' 11 ments In view t thes--
Britain to reoovot her formei ment*. those conn cted with the
anhere of power and influence in Gold Coa must be
trie world, she must also ag"in very sure of their ground b"'ore
perfurm the functions of baiike< inaklng luch an inraeunenl
for the steillng ^rca. Slur mBit Other people besides Mr Hol-
land -.re wondering the same
thini; Ther i\ .i fer-ling among
Common ui < in need
mint that the
Iflb ired Into
I .. i ettei
it her places.
Vfh from
what Mr Holland said th:it he
i" thinking elonj
Goveri

*

I
Of I'-.ux-
ite enn ! in: ned into
- ..
1

j 'hi ubout

vho Iij\<'
Holland
ems having hbt
aii ii.iv long, ho I
preparn-
lions with New '/
Ihe work lay
In.,. OVI .i Mil
' fie looked as If he
hau har<'' oi kpl.Mf
Hut he chatted for a while
l< DfOr about oUiCr U
tloing to
with oar mlgraUa
..- restricted ho.-. Wei
is always
ni for immigrants at |
- and that then prea* I
ertCs doesn't me.n unemplov-
i peopb :
Dvaj le
In the air to g< t practically j
* much (un." h"
irlng to the turn-bn.k
of bis plane over the Atlantic.
1 i ;eh Amer-
ni 'hing' has been
i .ilinut a meeting in
N I dont think I II
| 11
I
ol sup), i moving his
...
Ail th.-it was left to do was \0
walk down an.l i
jul along the roaring Strand -
UUglklng of money X..V..S.
MENTHOLATUM
TRIP
Thofs how thousands of
experienced travelers de-
scribe their flights
PAA
British Exports Speed
World Development
Ka/,aks FUm*
To Turkey
UfKAKA,
An epe
it hanitlul of rm
iwmdurahle hard-
b thi i
Turkey .
Province.
Their od) 'hen Rus-
sian Communists Invaded
Mongolia li IBM i
Kazaks I.
' nit Alt,i'. .
''
i
lluon thai
Ihei delivered up theti .
n thousand I
nti d, i nt the ii
I to join
the chine National! i rm>
The 5,000 ulthnaleU m\
tO two gp
... .
:.iid man]
reached Pakistan In !"
Bttied
The Otn
hi
MM eacapad i,. |
found ii" 11
the Roof of the W
omnunieta Invw
in I0S1, they fie.i to k..'
With Itttlt I

0
drought. It'it the]
coui age And they deti
. wey to Tuikiv. whoM
language they understand.
Now one hundred an
them. Including 33 men, 35 women
aj .i ;tt i hlMresi have an Ivi d
ivo been
esltl
&Kin the Turkish authorities
Hi them in Tviri:
ern, mounlalnou* disln. *
i meet condltloi I
to them. ar suitable for ralslnit
cattle ,md shs-ep.
Another group f ''
bran Pafttetari
rSS.
Eventually 1.850 of ihi
Ing Kii/aks will be all.
I r a^rapei
iitpest i..E.s.
shown .v tea witn
marked suocess. Thui

Lond
i i
H
11


' than t'1*1 PTO-

nomical 11
mtl v in the world ran achieve cumomic advance-
ment without eoi
like Britain, ut i" the ruippy position of
to provide inost ol the equipment needed for
tlUs p utocd Uwii own rgourcd Othgrs, bowtvBi
look to ill.- more mdustrigliy developgd countTios io supply
larM pro]
i . uuniig eountrte* through etgrrl :t.ooo k.w. power
like Canada, Au united
itlnue.
i . then

rangunwi goods, mere end mot lion of o trunk *
of then demands I..... i n TunogV.
tad in capital equip- the con tTUCtton of Saudi Arabia'!
pUblk (tiro
i i | the provi
exiKiit flgurep. vent f<>
i large praln haudlmg an.l
iv iiiiiietin for Industry. plant iii Arfentlni (the
In 193R. t|n- b the Southern herrn-
i- -phere), and so on.
SI pel .-nt of total U.K Nor does the story er, t with tie
; in IBS], export i capital good there era
18 per ii.' of p lot) i wh.it itiiuhl be .railed capital
per in v..in:; i itutg en-
(fkene -if the Incresee In i brought in on
i cL on the
rrlbuh r
. .. .
on, .-n the net
any thi s^inhratea, on ;'ie Aleppo

rtii country) nthei
Coloilthn Plan
i .
on erttta the v
i .
mud vehicles, uow hem* guppiemented
ships an. i
K (inv-
in IS6I, rough- ernmeni h
ly SS pi ., rvices of'
..! .1
' pessengi i can ere In- n i > and tlfl epei Iflc training
ilLded.' :f the de- phj i i2o ac-
t ilutj of ' and II has made
vehicles were foi export, . general offei to take n
compared with two-fifths in IS4I Uritain. In fact, hi not
rlc proporUon "f electricity* r. v exporting experts hut also
generatina steam turbines c\- Sereptln
ported i
df ital del i Exi Inveeu ml goods
U it to the
en -ll t,. Up)
Id. From the point
m 41 to 55 of the CU
lie r-
f their own n
I'.K. Kxpsir's |.e:d
are a
.
piled
One brad
: I. '



S trade ngu-t
re supplvlnp
eoulpment (ptnrX C 1,600
cranes, and tools i for the C
1

.a generate power difference to our expert f.guree.
Cocktail
Cabinets
For Bus&b
I 'N[)ON
led
luxuries ire i>lnn-
ned for Amertcani Ihe Coronation.
getting
Orders from New York saying lh;it
- n ar< erlUrng to
preetded ihev can be tire of flrst-
i lags' comfort nnd service

vanguard
mouth from the 30,000-tOfl French
'I iT.l'IOII
1 igfced for ci i
then the moment
* on .implc
ort and t.agn.igc
I each.
It is suMcstari that if there Is
G for baggage, a
luggage van should accompany the
-aid:
"We an- advised thai
obiect provided th i^ the i
tlon and eervli e 11
I :
'

II I
Non-stop
"El Prendeote" or via Sao Juan bv
ney-uviag "tl Tunsta.
popular, money-i
EUROPE
Regular service by giant double-
decked "Strato" Clipperi'-wnrkl's
fastest airliners to Paris, Rume
Eo(oy flopoveis in England, Ire-
land.
Venezuela
Frequent Bights to ill main c< :
by swift CoDvair-type Clippc.i.
Fo* rrirriodimi, ter now
Traitl .Agent or
A sprinkle of Vim on a damp clolh a quick
rub and those dirty, greasy things will sparkle
like new again Vim leaves surfaces shining and
gleaming, so quicklv and easily!
Pan American
Ifnnui Iihii n \
VIM
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
This Christmas
Shipment of Men's, Ladles' &
Children's Shoes is budget
conscious & excellent valne !
.ADIES' CANADIAN
' 1 DGE 111 M in
While. Maroon.
Black, Brown &
nutlti-cnfiiired
ChlldreB'l s'ijes
in Black. White
& Wine fSC.lU
MEN'S CASUALS
plainS7.8G
2-loneS12.IPS
Chafe* of Black
or Broun SUEDE
ss.91 & SMI
LKATHEB Blk/Wht
or Bro/Whl S10.21
black i.katiikr
$i:i.i
| Ceo. Sahely & Co., (B'clos) Lid.
toI [ sii i a.oi.s j rmwnw/vstv/vs.-s: '

Friday. nniMBiK a IM
mmi vnos m.v.h v ri
PACF. SI W s
Acting Governor At Industrial Exhibition
4" about
r-'rum parr 5 tables and Bib, \-h:ch. H
Mk ifbM v :u'Ullur* ceasclei
two years MB. 1 could poinu out. is a "sine qua non'
hardly have had a more untrue- lood production In this IsUno
live introduction tc
and I ronfmWi bow tat
favour-' ..,, Wlth reasonabU-
'"*"" :n% w) tneojp ... i .,,n quite -:
the Kxnibitlon I nd- (.,miu-nt would U* ..nly i..o vv.llin
ard and variety of the Exhlblti ... ,-anl any rca*onablc
""ur"i V '"k" Mone which might b
oned that I fa -Tho ,u>adlv detei
"Ladies' l%iaars">, but I had to lar* amount* ...
acknowledge that tho best of mv money are .pent oanvnl;
10 in ordi
"Barbados.
l( lain
, form of a plei
I .ng ci
I
.itivc. t

i iv ah
a high, intermediate and low
. has cer- rainfall Mi
idvanlages. in th "TaUti-if of difficulty of judiiing.
lant climate, an >- WHWf the t-.-k
tha Dog Show, and 1
acratulaw the Baibado*
m aeral uc-
It i Imper- cess and popularity of their ;er-
that Barbados tion '*"l bound, to,
way its naU : ".erition of the furniture
laSVa r... .Ike. !*> < It,,,,,,. l-i.OU

rail"..... i h.i..ii It.ll M IM > ii J.ion Jo.
.1.1. (., t.?..*.,!,.. I.I Ulf

1p' I I..1* [j m had Mm
OKI "in rl M is ILOMI* K<
. .
,-!' M
OalfetoM a..... -i I. 1 u
wuh M'rf lit HMfU'fl M'lih 0*
feM U. A D.tl,~l,4 (#)> .Ik.* MMtl
a r i"
M. A I

idei.-al C-W


rnUl I

WhlCfa seemed hi 1
: clasa advertfcae.
' ; I I
tie of hi* (or her?) Rtapiiv which I found I
inoodf. lamet,-.
v. ani ihat he ii will use the pronoun awarded a special priu m the
) acciued to be Water Colour Section, of the
.nd other flowers, which
.(Torts WOO! > among Ihe nwt popu-
poor shown* oOBspered With aure him that he 'ar features of tin Exhibition, of
prodigies winch wet. on show el '-use as soon as there is anottv- is not ..Ion, and that I
the Exhibition. Similar!] vy fall of rain the roads slip, shoulder to shoulder

Far East we affected. Ui I. COD- the brtdfJM COllapoe ami the work "*}* matter. The visitor is natur-
temptuous of the cattle and has 1
poultrv which we law in Mici.il,. the money Is not, of '
Eastern countries a* we p;. the sense thai
through from time to time, but ,,.,. -is or let
ugakn 1 had to admit that 1 had ihe roads open and get the
.
in Asia to compare with Ul i - m.,:i l-,..;
hibm-d at ttM Barbado* show. 1 .._. "M r.rowon
remember, too, bet. I by ,bu?1>' >"*
Bwmot, sorrel and loeUah_to trobarl
which I had not previously seen, themes of reconstruction in ihi.
and also bv the (to me) odd look- -ir"> "'"'l the i. '
ing black-bellie.1 itieep, and Wl b*** received of h..w t.. tat Me : i,
lost in admirat: ..-- problem of soil erosion. As lonn aici
tuttftil iiraj "t flowwrs, aa April, on the gcroB|
and succulent proWrrad (rUltl rnssDdaiUon of the Scotland An-'
hni jelln ervation Board, which
'ame awav feeling truit the Agn- up by Govenitnenl to get .
. stand the s: un glad to see
a-ith him In included D.K)ths by the Boys* -
>4 lmll>l>.
rk.l.rn.r.1. >.hr.ril,i
I'.l
I if. SASW Whfc* SlJC
MM HUM .>f -
r.1 hv th tM


,d at.H-h Drvvdro' As- I ~ .
--------------.......-r lKl r I

Hi II..I-." Ualr h- ikhiM-i.
..( Ihr IUiMI,- Ual
l*rrf*luBl '

of Kuli -u-Prp rwds. i
Baraa t
i.. baaM Ps*


raaui
km

k v m a
'
!
iun*i i
team i.f S hint,
.._...,.. ;^~ bewd-d L
-IU| l..k I. I


.i I am 1
bad manners are g<
not. But conversations with many
visitors have satisfied me that in'
stances do occur far too frcuuiiit-
0
rre-er\iiii; ( li.irm
"Now i hav* h..!i talklni tec

i harm of
Barbados I i nrtng, not
hi tlun account alone, but on Us
Olrll' Clubs and the Committee
for the Blind. Deaf and Dumb.
ard Of the delightful alc*1 ei
Utbui I'ui.h. UbrarUvn,
Whl ie I would have liked to
N f Hie prlic
f.iks |n the Garden
Class which was pre-
- tvasM be-
fora he left. This was a 11
eal gesture on Sir Alfred's part.
.c:
Um i
w. n Parkiaa
I
jiiwrt..- iu n mii t, ii..

..i K l> .( tl | 1
r > will i-
...i.lr.i i. < IU I.
H
.'
Tka ium.i..

I HI II
-f-.i.i rin
ch.ia-tiB* c*
; ,. \m \mi m.,i u


kommended for t
- form of its pi
l li-
'Ihii.l F.xhihiliuu
"All that took plan tan
p and I am r
e third Exlubiti
rice I came to Barb. :
T comment on the (V
|elf I should like to taiuj the op
nortunity of maklfU] a few en
iral remarks. Last week. th<
i by Government : gel to t" r:I- Barbados
ith the problem, enquiries were beautiful natural i
v reek it.' Good
hothlni
comrnunity so vcrv much bapptei
S.. whj in.; cultlt
oar i.s on the Ul
masts) about the possibility of
securing- the sen
^iist to advise un
what to do.
1 share thi^ general disapp.,,.,;- T(1 (|.
thej-ng delay th.a h, ,,(..1l,. .1)1|(.;. .,, .lU |OM.
ll IMCCh "i n.ii

their bit to maki I
bopei
occurred, but 1 still ha*
that Dr. Bennett, the reeeiitlv ,,
tind HMd of the United SUt,
Soil Citis-Tvuiion Btrrh i
I believe, generally acknowledt- '
Foot And MiMith I>i
Ih-rcre I close. 1 think tha
make a very brief
UM outbreak of Fool and
Mouth Disease that has
occurred in Martinique If it
caught hold here it could easily
ttle and
our goats and oui |.i -. The t;..\
Ii taking reaaoiuii U 111
ml tha iti-
' of the disea-i
md bus plans well ,,i-
; : i measure*
il makes an appearance heie It
may well be that the Hegulationa
I prove Irtsaorna to ome, and
W do i havi ilreods raci Ived a com-
The
-.!?..i.t. -,.....
W-Hn I A 11 .
l I laaVtuUiu. i .ii,.mi
... JaV-M-v ii n it,,
"- VM. ?s.^-T.^l
md ui- Mr. i ii m
lUl M H B iv.
AO.V. ..i !aMa*C .
It,, II,

I NWUl IMir -pI 0U W.
!.
ina Kin(> i'

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msnaam>, iu-nr
st
Hi. Kan.,
M*l pir of XH1I1S M.-l.
. .. I
'V"'i:
it-it"s Kive Year Plan '.f to have n world-wide reputati.
iih* and by planting (lower
expert on the subject, will
find it possible to visit the Island ,
v bin the couraa ol Ibe oanrl ' w wnibe m their garden-, ii they
no nbut on the roadside I
douM thai the remedies which """ SSl! ^''K^'
will propose Will l drastic and *F^Jj2"!&22u**'
|ect that the Plan Itmj, !,,:,,,, ,.;h private righu -l ,hc tnee to the Pine 11.
Development and T I
fteived the approval of the Legis-
lative Council, havbu beea
Jas5ed by the House of Assembly
during the .ours.- ,.f l.i-t month.
"While it was too much to
beautiful and hippie, place to Uva pUmant got no sympathy from
in throughout > by me. his inconvenience ts paltry
it that their houses or compared with what is at stake,
ipots are kept spott ,,.;% ,ri,5l ,hM ,h|N ,,.,
Jrrth anthusdaati
fjvery pai . nd il is th<
fcsiest thing in the world t<
f>uint out
mission", f am glad to nottci
th..
qu
tiv.
of
nnd property. 1 sincere!
that for their own salvati,
the common g land in the Scotland Area will b
proponed willingly to n
wicrlnces that may ix< n*.|Uneit .
them
I am sure that the newi of Ih
ing Estate and
and nn, ,
nat.
on
ft
(c
has I..- i'
rel With ihe declared obiec
. as set out in paraeraph ;
i\ :. ol the mil n i .' n1
and Ly setting pvi -
npli < of unfailing gtMxi
and cheerful goodwill
that Ihi
io liner tribute.
ar a few comments on
Exhibition itself
From m
rector
nprovod human pro
reation of DCD I I I ll of om-
plovri.i nv It now remains for tho
Oovcn: un'at t" implen i I
Objectives, and I shall do mv best
fn ensure that U
ttHgoruusly and without delay.
4Ec spade work has In
n done nlready. For example,
amendments earlier this year
m the pe-isants- Loan Banji Act m, lhl
MIKht. ndditionni ,(,,
capital (515U.OOOI u unpUad I
improvo- atrousl* long time to leave this
l*8**"^ imi rl i
.card. Uie i tinim ^ H. i#iand( ,hc condi.
hicn ,iona of Icrv,c0 attached to the
incut of produetivilv <:
hOldine*. since, hencef..
afre of peasants' hold!
Will qualify for loans from the p,,... ,.,
Bank will be in.n-,-ed from ten ra1es (
cr<'> to 2* acres and renters who
Bl offer reason..^.
olio qualify instead of
sjn as hitherto.
"It was with the same end in
vhtw. namely Increased produc-
tlvitv. that pro\ I
Rhe plan for
Acme, a dairy raroi
mk lines at th
pilot scheme for mot
for p
Killtles for artificial Intenun-
Monthe exhlbibi from the Can-
Kl Livestock station
year's Exhibition provide an ex-
aallent advertisement for tliis
fil under the auspices of the De-
ortment Jus been talked for and againsi
We development Of Irrigation
but a third part of tin- windfall
Such has become availabk
ale- of Conilv.o'iwe..lTh ruBjar 1'
Canada In the rfH
and I9S2. in coneequtni
Krnble i item of each -
Bvoted town
Dcnmenlal work on In I
pr led tint a Bill which was launch out In
Jecentlv introduced into the a|,|y that of Agrii
mannei >
I am sure
wish for i
N
lhl ...o
experlei paat two Exhi-
if Agriculture in the Department bluom .....i. afti I 11 naultlnf peo-
f Science and Agriculture has pic who have attended regularly
been generally welcomed. Several for many years, I think that I can
months an th, District thai in genera] the
till 1 Station! were being rriti- standard of the Exhibition has
ciseri in my presence, and I point- been well maintained this year
id out that ft was the Deputy n.- rirat and Foremost on the debit
was side are the caifli- exhibits which
duty were certainly not up to standard
jl ii regards numbers45
I
to with only our .
nt Section and. "
if Agncultuie Informs
quality ,ilo.
[be indaj I t ahoi
Ited has also been disa)
with the exception of thorn which
Lave been i \ ith the
i far neiow market Wiltshire Horn type. In I
Caribbean area, let noctlon, the Director Is of the
alone elMwnci*. that It simply was opinion that the siandnrd of sheep
not possible to obtain the service* can be ereatlj Unproved by
of an officer of the required enlt- croaa-braecUni with tin
're. introducrd Wlltahlre Horn breed.
Tost Filled Bxhl .- tors in
"The improvement of the con- the Such Cine s. -,:. were feu
I service in June gave the ln number and did not strike me.
i. which it i' layman, as beii..
never had before, of tilling the my opinion ha been confirmed !>y
post adequately, although ii I to il,;--
"j then the Secretary of State gave a Tl too, un-
' W.'irniiM* lh:tf ln> wonlH iinl t'irul
I'ise.t.e will Im- kept
holeheait-
cd co-operation of every memtier
tnmun t> will lie needed
to Proven! Itl spread.
"Finally. I should like sincerely
and whole-heartedly to o
late the President of the B
General Agricultural Socti
r, k C. Ii<-heii ., prominent Ka-
mi. ' nd also Mi
It E. King and Mr. 1'ctcrkin. and
pel all their many public i h
id i helper*, whethi i foratib listed
'wn oo the Committee 01 not roc
there ere many ladles whose help
tod a ho ihould
not be overlooked on putting on
a tirst class Exhibition The) de-
serve well of th- Island.
rsM>a ru
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PRIZE LIST (continued)
Agriculivne
lly entrusted with the
of supervising these Stations ..
falling off was hardly Io be >
dered at. in view of thr failure to
of Deporj Dlrecl
became vacant over three
Three years is a mon-
ihlbtti
Dtrectoz ^. ,
me. ill m-.
i > :,. an aa
A t'lMllrnar Cua iir.aanted
i.. ..,i..i bhia
I' K-oiila ollk M.it. Hill
i F Il.ilaoi. (iovornmrnl IMI.
A 1W 1 I ... ll-
y i- i Brlltom inn
tsa
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ruing that he "would not "tind it doubti (..ul In
i the revised conditions. Io rlorUcultural
the services of an omoi section,
type required. 1 was ae- So much for the deott On
ordmgiy relieved to learn that an the credit tide there wore so many
-JncI J W S., ,o, s,,) j w. ftmAh
officer, at present serving in
Nyasaiand, to whom the Secretary
Of State had often d the appoinl-
ment. had accepted and would In-
coming here early in the New
Year, At Ihb stage, i ihould like
from io pay a tribute to Ihe loyalty and
' conscientiousness of the l
Kuittire, who has carried
on bravely without a Deputy for gratifying, and the goats were up
over three years. With the com- Io last year's standard. It is good
ing of the Deputy, the Department to SCJ
of Agriculture outht to be able to being taken by peasants m lb'
'directions, not- Poultry Scctloi
llural Extension it will be k. pt
Ing exhibits in Ihe vario
lhat it [ dlrhcult,
aa Invidl it any for
partlculai ,
Livestock
In the Livestock Section the
i itandard in the poultry

LM t-ri'u: Jtaocin
:-
a
ii
..-- of Assembly reaches the Work, which It has been com-
I Hook. Elsewhere in the pelled to "loft-pedar' through
l%.. y. it flan*. inection.
bCn; earmarked for lOBIU fOT th*
tNirchae of im
U, ihe event Of '
Btoving successful.
Water toiilrol Ac!
f'l hope. too. that it
lorn; i.'.v
come.
. it
o. ii.if. -
II r. L. 1 > UK | H.,lkrly Ltd.
and I hope thai i.m
u in the Years to M*ff*" l"" *"'' undrr yur
Whin itT cornea W sugar -J .' " fj | ,
ms to I one a n
., - ...
rasaaal
iidmlniii H.-K-.
Tht"- A.II...I 1 |l Ml
,.. i;,i ng
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lair Mr II A AMhi.r
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"Although the outer rover o
the Priu -i Ihe Agn
cultural Exhibition, page 3 show
that it is really an "Agriculture
and Industrial Exhit r
later seelions. with U*
msiatulatc
Turner Hail Plantation for again
wiiiiuug the Challenge Cup pre-
itcd
ing the
Ihe
ich work, photos;
pro*
iphy,

doubt that the Bxhlbftl m
means confined to Agriculture
. : I ' '
tnge of this Industrial loophole to
touch on the two items in trie
Five Year Plan under which Bums
of $1,000,000 ond $40,000 rc tively have been earmarked for
a Barbados Development Board.
to encourage :md promote the de-
velopment of Industries in the
Island, and for Minor Handicrafts.
CB a representative Com-
I mittee has recently put up
,. Control Act, wh
pgjS'ol bnfc-ard-- I
wr, will be ready to be brougnt
iJStoVi.,t...n. The Plan
OBlong schemes under
tjflr, the long mooted and ex-
haustively discussed Cen
epot and Creai
Marketing Orfani
ftObli^ and Fish. As rw,
Sltral Milk Depot. 1 have been
lol *"*_*
aaay or two lhat unless the Oov-
grtment -luickly modules its pre-
dalrv industry left, and I ^y re-
ssjlved written
Mia subject from the Barbados
Dlirv and Stock Breed.
dali<>n I regret that I
a i> '
Wve stab;-.
|a the. matter and will d,
>t to let the grass grow
Meanwhile, the removal of the Tourism
referential custom, duty on -I alao like to say a word
SI feeding itufJ ord <* *" on Tourism A
Some.relief u To writer In the daily n
Eevert to the Central Milk Depot
1 know that Sir Allied Sa
was bitterly (usapi
1 ir"s propossli
tnent onr'
SsU fall through, and,
my*
Medially matter in which Oo
arnment should not !>e exnerte-i
Mi
.
1*37161. S.
for its stool
plantation
Ii
obtaii
of poinU '
a, with s'
>n lor us stool of i
Pi -i
BBS II.-
I l \-. I OfcAD
l-i
H
Rl All AMI I OSftl nnNIRV
fi B.4744. In regard to vegetables,
again former winners have held
oft challenges from all quarters.
Mi h ii Brathwalb
ii ..n Hall having won the P
petual Challenge Cup for garden i
vegetables for, i think, the fourth Sl"
i. ely Innocents
Hoys' School winning the School
Cardan's competition for the sixth
successive year I intend to visit
tins School and congratulate the
itaff and boys personally as soon

]<( BullU'lr-
DamUa
S Cow. sa p*t R..I
I'rad. > I
. : ii .
Lid, and uihl
0-t Bm
i i
,
i i
n. I
Oil till
la llrrf,
:
1 M'llara. I -'!
. printed and which I com-
mend to membera of the public
are interetcd in the subject.
av be said lhat these projects
are airv and nebulous: I hope
that those who speak at this funr-
s will be able to
point back to this day an
it 11 i iw tne beginning of better
thing*, to come.

: I i
"In passing, I am glad to see
that St. I. iMOl won
third place in this competition
it is good to see lhat gnl* are be-
eomirtg keen on gardening nnd
ire holding their own with the
boya, In the Peasants' Vegetable
Gardens the news that the out-
standing garden belonged to Mr.
hall of Eckstein's Vil-
lage. St Michael, will cause no
surprise, and th.
.
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mnrr llun ! Miaad
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1
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in 24 Hours
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HALL'S Distemper
Is a recognncd first grar/e WATER PAINT
Bsing c.l l.ojed. any ol applif Mion
nd ol out 11 ami mj COvSTJng
Capacilr. it ii ideal/ lufced for tit
Inlar^K datorat - awpOSM oKara
a high ilandwd Dm Rnfati b Jai-ad,
STOCKtO Bf ALL THE
LEADING STORES
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Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE C.JFTS
. i the purchi
K. Hi
th. (iift.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
1951 TELEPHONE
DIRECTORY
ADVERTISEMENTS wd CHANGES IN
LISTINGS
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boints out, acain and aiiain. witli
iroportunatt insistence and un
_ diminished faith. Tour;
"*T Wind's I
after Aaricult
thele-ider nWtti*HaJI, St. Thorn:. :w......-
-arvee ere adapting
n uiisui'.
'
ire set- "|\, 1
ndustry *''"* *<-c"cnt examples to the rest Msnhai
It is both a!
.
.
B
ImUNM.
i PffOM .-I '"allrna* tup. won
.
nirnal y
and
n*i
of th.
put up every- sinul'
c. i fOl
Bl.imre the pi
Itself. A nrojrrt like this will
4y have a much I
, -.rr-tucers c
Hwrnsclve^ to th<- **
'
or a oounr) Sit
1
: thai
i
marketing org i
the Island, and everything possi
blc should be done to i
Its frowth. There hi no
in* the fact that contented visi

ton (I prefer the word to torn


n thtm myself in the
ear future and see their

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"I am glad to note lhat there
Unbar of entries
for the Peasant holdlns ar.d that
the eener il u hiahr r
than in previoui years. Among
of nd mix-
farming lines, and I am told
adju
ial MM

vr-.p
nly .-ire prom
back again, but suggest to thei
friends that they shouli!
The converse Is true, of
I dream of coming that tho task
un himself, but dissi::
Irora doing so. Now
n the tourists wol
keen and other terra-.
spend much more money and Brithwai'-
make more inteniive efforts than Lucy, who won the ttrit prizes in
l.l and I..d l;.*da KV>w
'" iBi-ral.aalkai

..o.n 1 .i-M.h.I. ralraalfew
J II "ia.naon. Ind
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ins (tow itwtd in Ba>b*d'i Hill >
'airy.
NS A r-'i^l i .1 rhallrnae Cup. pr-
iMI l.v Mill J ll i rar.dlrr li U*

t Jama
No S A KtMTUI Pn 0* Si SS Will b
won
Jr,hn D Owldard
MANICURE
SETS
in beautiful leather
cases
Red, Blue, Black, Brown,
etc,
Remarkable value!
Sec Your Jewellers
V. ll. LIMA
.V IO.. I I II
Ti.r auantloii ..r the Public Ii
f;,c-i tii.it ..in Si.ir \i;.ui, conn, ii with
th,- Ci.. on and ill AdvartlMiiiaatc
I islinys in lltsphiv (Hi i- I ) I In Ihe
lephona Dim < alcalal Ad-
i.riisiim (.. iii,i.) i.id.. .,f Jamai Siiaet,
Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) t.. whom all en-
li.iuM !. .,'Ml|..s.iil
Chip I........;,liin: with Change* ill
i mi ild, howavai.
Ihe Trlr|lhol,c
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PLEASE NOTI
FINAL DATE FOB
SKNI)IN<; IN
Chai
IMI DIRECTORY is Um
31m .,1 hi I I Mill It 1952
thin
CUafi
Chaagaj, Eaira
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M Hi
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TH, BARBADOS TELEPHON.: Ct, I Ul.
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11- o# bu.in*a> aaMrM **1
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-1 ot a Had* maih In Part ",
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M, aoap.. ra*iili4il oil. *
an h>tiii> .1-1 iii
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arvn on apnl.ratMHi at my oBii-
pj|d thia tlll> di) nt Nan
If "IIJIAH.
Janai-J'- Ol Tlad* Uarfea
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TlirouKli tin I
thi- Hritlsh Council lbcr i
Will l* .1 FILM SHOW in '
the Ballroom mi Fn December 12th. al 6 30 p.m.
The programme include*:
BRITISH NEWS; KuK ALL
ETERNITY IheJi.ilM; BACK STKtlKE
(8wimmin; BORDER
WEAVE (Weaving of Scot. .
Ulh Cloth): SONG OF THE
CLYDE (Glasgow and
Rlvert); COLOUR (Bn:
Dyes).
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nvited.
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MouMbnld Wa. I.iahin VM-I. Radlat...
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On* BWUini i
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SUIWCKlbl no* to lb* ball. Il'imt
tnaland'a l*adln| Daily N.wapapvt now
urivlnf In Ilaibadoa by Al- only a fan
lay* afl.r (KibUcaUon In Laodon Conu.t
Gala f n Advocal* '" Id L*Wal
H*pi*Milall>* 1,1 111)
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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
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FOR SAM
Trrma rn be arranged oi
Ihe folloulnt'
11. PtO|i. i'
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BfJBI B
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R* IT llian sirr*t. aVktM-
iwn on rilday, th* itth da> i n,,
mow al |
TTir mnaiaft or dn*l>u,boui* known
a. I1EMPTITEAI) aftth tha
(-lonflna- roniainu^
parrlir* or ih*r*ab.. I
a HuaJ Saint laKharl
Tb* dwvlllnihauaa (ontuina V.r.nn.h
Ittng n*,
- bedroom, aarh -n
(iaraai*. a*tvanla* room* and watar null
inapaelLrxi any day .lln 13 ian

ppltcatlnn un III* un
coTTUj:. cATrosn a co
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UnUAT
MA.nNCS ROAI* apamaxta Or.an
,P '! >"M..ii In.....irr.n.lit.
B rooaaa. lour bwdrooma. balh
r. and feiUb*n fan >uiubl* to.
vajrafcn MM laaaMa, and
"l-u-dlna on KSIV 'I i \ iln.,1,1,
Walrr and *I**|'h llaht
Jiaai and aananti room.
Dial CMS fi,r arrai
Tha uiidaralgnrd h II
l.mp*Utn
tnair ..tt. II |i.i, Si(**t. t
Ttiuradav. IBUi Dar*mb*r, IMI
COTTTX, CATTORO CO,
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vvifoiiviixs. roaiib*li .
aptrfoalaaaWly I'l arn of tatad with
Coroaiiut and otnar Tir-> Iniprclinii
l Ham lo i p m T.lrphan* SHU
t l>U-4ii
AIITIOV
UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER
fk, Whiupara Rd" m "ii,'/ 'it |"p
Chavri*| waaon lUnlil r*c*ntly lh.
MVpaftf *f th. Poll** D*pt iDamaatd
Term* Cai
VINCENT GKJtTvni
AtaWIar
T 11 U 4n
UNIER TB SILVER
HAMMlIt
OH TUESDAY IK'i......dj aj |fj
r it Kniam w* win Miii (n* rumiUira
..,.i* -men
' f p Tp Tai.i- Writlnc ana
I-Kolra In Mahogany Uphob.
Chi.li, Jtoor lamp. HooNabrlvat
aeeeana. Mlrrnta.
Tabir. and Pmaaa. Cedar ["rraa. Si.u-
man* iron Bedatrada and CoU. Daarp
^lr.^1 and Elhr* Malfnir* Zlnr Ttoii
-nd ntli*r Tal>l*i. Itu-n and BM-gntM
War*. Cork,.,
hi: v. km: TROTMAN A CO..
Aurllaneer-
ll III.II VOTMM
NOTICE
-in i- ...,.
'!,.(,., H.H.V. Of (h* fjn
m*t from (h* lath 4av
UW IMh 4a,
I**;. imtn daj
'* '"< i <' mm i
WDT INDIA micv/i
of D*c*mb*i
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Noic* TO mil hue. it* | miik
V EN DO an
ii it h.-- for grneraj
'nformaOon thai Undir th* Dairv H>uU-
i'->. M I'HH. it la raquiird that t.rim
durb a IUI I* .Urr*nd*r*d
W lit* (imiiniainiii. of l|*allh durina
f January IBM. .In -
i*i>t*nna of th* dalrir. for Ibal yaar*
ni-.i b* uonr on oi txfor* \ i
OPrtCn- Cool. BporkMia. and raaajnn
. ava lal .
K R II .r.i* a. Cu lid loaar
III
MlSCEIOaANEOCH
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ar. thi br.t form o
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LUU'OR LICENSE NOTICE
/.,~...~ MAJOR CRAGG
improving TO LECTURE
Four-y.r-old Walter Prescod Maj. R. craga. F.rc- OfJ
of Black Rock who wu detained Ktve a lecture al the \
t the General HospiUii on Tue*- lonigbt st 8 o'clock.Subject of hit
day u Unprovint;. lalk will be "The work of ,
Prescod wu involve! m BB Fireman" and will be av. <
aeeidrnt on Black Rock road about iv two short films
3 45 pjn. with the car S-IU owned
and driven by Creighton Perch ot
Payne*. Bay. St. James.
In Touch With Barbados
Coaltal Station
CAU wmnms raj
hip* throuch lh..r
Barbadna Coaal St..
Paonrnlla,
Papoll. > Rio Ar.
K...I..-
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Thomaa Hill a 31-yeatr-old
carpenter wa> Lnvolvad
BBBfaaVjaat with | lorry yesterday
while wolkinit along Maxwell,
Christ Churt-h jibout 230 p.n..
II, -s taker, to the General -. '"- -. ,~^;
HosimUI where he was treated for wmtm .....Cudad Da
a cut on hi* head and bruises on c-arata- Juum rnb*iia. j ,
hiu KunHt "*"' M*nt*vtd*. TVkdtlus, *
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When the accident took plan- h Pnrt_ r-
the lorry was travelling in tho h>-> o- i- f
.unction of Bridgetown. 11111 wa
ng in the opposite direction.

Elizabeth. a. Call*",
A MS BSdMSlt -
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TAKE NOTICE
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SIN SHC CAMI TO AMMICA Irorn Chechoslovakia 31 years ago. M.a
atari Such? Hm dreamed of an adtiralloiu Now. at the age of 68. BbJ
lias finally found lime and oppoilunlly and is attending eleincnl..i
ehoa. ,n Mtoa 111 TaaetaBf * Mr. Helen Braaw. fattr>wi|in..ri|.
M.1XOD E-l
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Miss Hawkins I^adies'
Champion Al Gymkhana
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
i Baaad
rHUpi
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oaoaa .uii n
: I I
p*r*ua*san
I Ji*. *< a
nalr ahop -l l RiioBS.
Kith da> .
., A W IIAKFRH.

PB-Cil
. i k
arut
1 Maul
i n rtden with bai!lon rac i
Ho iiiu-mptcd to I i:
Van Dsjbm BavraarJ tha
M first few
UUtsa cantering, one lady hook-
n mm but did no) burti
It, He relrlevcd ll then galloped
.icroM -he field. Anne Hawkin-
catiabl up with him after a
minute's chase and burst the
balloon.
gar and Mr E. Dsjapf r^VaXOPT racij
th,. l-nding in pairs race. ,,t **
ENDOtQ is BAm
' Parfcrr Mr :
Ml'SICAl. FnxTs
I'l Mr M IXrlvr
PTMJZ HACB iQantai
1*1 Mr K Dean*. Kid Mr I
m Mr B Dcanc
iniiN.i water jtjaa >LS
lit Mlw A Hawkm.
ruaarini rack mi.
IM Mr J rL.nl, A Mm D
MM t* m hatd Miss Anne Hawkins imd Keith
',v II
jjnd aa> |
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r.aai.
|->'P 11 AC* |
lit M' I.
V.'TlilllA
SXI. IIARWlW HACK
ell in this rate, but T'mTX
ding the third pole "****
innnine one, Mia.i
Hawkins" :io much
I
ire forced to unclasp
1 p to this point they had
Una Parker
Dean* went o
ovble,

and Kalth, I*.-
,10 IILP.fi, .ami.) Ui mil
IfB lillllMl
>iiiul*i thnniiiir' >tlrlnn
t rre*puiMieiit.

uiiU.
i,a iiiuai i
.., car.
i
..: itM ''"' "i l-" -"'! ,l wl" ^

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lined to .v|ul4*i
coupe with a sum- <
ciaaoh **! body.
1'iiweii.i Uy ii t>ui-c>luulur,
n.p. engiiu-, the cm has a pcC/ot
consumption ol jU mil' I I UV
gallon,
Tin- ,i c ol rougti
lest* which 1 Miw inc car put
Ihrougb in the Midlands last week
ill its hlg!l
safely factor and U) o. ,
praJUoJct* held agtiindt threv-
whcolers. Deliberate allcmpl* t
turn tne car oVol van made b'
llirowniR il .it foil Ihr '
a large an rltb looaa
ashes.
Tight made
speed
almost continuouslybut
wheels refused to leave tho
Bmund.
atuaapy ronds ware t-.k.'ii ..(
at up to aS m.p B
t ..-
iiilily
One ol these cars will be arriv-
ing in the Island for dV
tioti in ; Mil KIM,
t Jabn Manb.
iap praaanud by 1
1 Deaiia took orst, aaeood S2 SLC
nd "i" peetivelv In 12 ^'"j'om,^
Bjaajjaagaa A|(I,.
iimrai sorai). to tn# lady wlmilna
* ar*al*.l numb*, of p.nnt.
.-nkhiin* Mm A>rw llnwkln.
cp pr*.mt*d by th* Fiarbadoa Aa-rl-
lti.t-1 SotMty. to Ihr a*nlU
lumbar of pomli at
Dranr *
t- < in law LK'an* Joint mmn
tie 11He laW '.vhieh rll-.wed. fu|. |ir*arnl*d by In* Rarbadn. ASM*
Ann- Hawkins won the Flllins ru""'"1 So**'t. to Om mtmm -i ih*
| I 'feet control while dip- Muw K P.r-r
lung watar and pouring It into the *""' pr**nUd *y th* Baibaaoi TuH
jug. CfeSB for Ih. n*l udilliil Hoiaa
tin Marsh won the rescue K r"h"
i Miss D. Hawkins as his -^^^~
!' -latly beca_
Of lo wUmMmb at unlving Miss
:)kl(- and unMs. After
art of the

Ml lor Evilvn Bron Ihr Envel.,,,,-
Watson. Mis*
' "" H| r. : M, Keith
n Ihr wheel I arrow race.
The fwiM artuen parl -
' -'I a tors most was the
nfl bum which was the
final game ol Ihe ityinkhaiu. ThLs
was won by Jonn Marsh who
was able lo pin'* altar
iiboul live minutes chasmr.
At the and of the I
urtbutod by His
Fxcellency the Acting Governor
i nt*:
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ILACT. irhlldrrni
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V."ni.v a iiiiL,u
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asks for. Fur Par
raltr/ irom -ufl-
prr.odit
mi *anl mlnva
I make eaionmiaa.
il'a Parad.,1 .hr
idol means okic*
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pmprntor of Fan H. Cologn* and Pa-
P No *1M 4*Bruhr drr PfCTdrpiwl von P**d MulBni.
ar U* l*w of Ci(mian>. Maiinl.irtnr*r.. haaa trad* o
, Coloajn*. 0*tni> had -op. rj lo- Ibr r.i i
i h. BhSH .--P-et ol Eau do Coloane. p*ri--------
cl>. hair loiu-i.a. .-oil dmufrfcrai .-nd m i
U from l"i* I'Hh day ol DtmibWi. laSi,
. on* r* notier in duplkaia la

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SAIUMO IO TIINIIIAII. rIAVA*ISII
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iHIUSli IO Ulli AO
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Ju.t th* iittl* ahop la lb* villas*
h*r* the B**l Boo*a. BlaUoaar.
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waai ll -AUantl s,,,- hip l.m v. ..ml Snguenav Terminals Ltd now announre
' it.
ill to increase ihe frefniercv of their present
Cariptto
n Thimiitlt Hill* of Lading (with transhipment at Trinidad), cargo for Antigua
l M011tMir.it. N.. i.uria St Vincent. Tobago and Cari-
ptto.
ih BUll of Lading cargo for transhipment lo any of their vcwli load-
'' at 'lal berth port (or Marhndov Trinidad. Demerara, aikd Cari-
rgo which 11 moving on existing Thi,mgh Bill of Lading arrangements
ano *' IK and Continental berth port.* for on-rarriage lo the ter-
minal
is at Ctudad Truiillo and other porU in the Domini-
re and other ports in Haiti, and Santiago de Cuba.
on Rcpn

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ic to Barbados. Trinidai Demi sra. and stated their intenUon of providing shippers
hclpfot ,!.:. naa Mi,. nr,tj,n , lnc British Writ
temed bold words, and it now seems (air enough lo ssm bow
rarnarri
.e.t rrom Ohaapm on 20th December, from
0, with cargo lor Undgel.iwn (Bnrbadoto I'-rt-ot-Spain (Trinidad).
in; vome ftftv miles from Georgetown and
ient comoanv the Aluminum Company of Canada, Ltd
ilar sailing* from Liverpool, and 17 from .
.i.isgow. 16 in South Wales Of the London an
Saguenay Termlnali Lid. believe ihlppen will agree that tha promise has been fulfilled.
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NOTHING LIKE ....
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the s l DE GRASSE and 5 s COLOMBIE No
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ADVOCATE CHRISTMAS
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H AoaatU Sport* whicli were hfld mt the Barhado* Aquatic Club yr-t.-i.liy morning f
1 I ! lea of Clans 3. Ch trlM Evrlyn. Victor Ludoium ealy. Champion of Clam 4.
I>y evening to carry oil -our of Uic vent" 111 the Annual Industrial Exhibition'* Uyn
I. K\ 1 ba lln
kUftl lliaO U>ui uli ..:...
I :
destroy they Ant maka mad
TULYAK MUST NOT GO TO U.S.A.
Till. CLASS ,
(&
Champion of C
Mark Evelyn tui. U .
Slxtl 1
< I' \ 1 ". ,
LuoWum when the H latic S|H>rts war
held el Lha B
Evelyn acored n poasibb
He won al
15(1 )
nearest rival tq


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Good Porfcrmaneai
brought hun the
B3 Kit H.\ltl> BABELB1M
troLand last 1
the Afla Kl ired to tall his champion I w I M
1 iit his own price 1*" fed 24 polnU. Mark E\ :-
I
but ihc news
where it

.. in be
false lutnour. It was not so lung
BgO IhSl i' "Hi iollL|illllirlitili,

to i*.' a change ol
In u npton >
tour-yoir-old lo
i Dooun end than
nil This praise
I
Tin- \


Saratoga nobod> mn.
irUnSI recoi i and,
I
i ijtiiah buy-
v went to the A
Fetched tum DelUn
tya.
lyn, (13). brother ol i
up Champion
while tha I ll i .
The ret
,
yank open. At this stage
idly,ii could command an ew s,.; f .... i
f la end up < h in H
'
0 yards would h
i i Khan wantsIf ho resiiy Wo bv

t. i-, jual the
talllon.
: ih hai gone lo ft
Jolted Btati intends
I B.000, dOUin
rlkcLw Pot
CHARLES EVELYN .troke* bomr
to win th. 160 yard, by 88 yard.
from Inn nearest rival.
U price,
tbouch U (0,000.
.t.- ol Tuba! would be
.1 daaualni blow
blnodstiH-k I

.
rvc : m hi.:. II
rowdi hsvr
i- turned the i ompllmi ni
wrul-foW
. ..
n i i| British
racing and tin- wi

the Brit ii
bj wlnnari, Blenheim I
Ireodf m
I I s
a I
.. i i
s.-i i) third with
"'in reiuli
:.* rarde iO

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I
?1 Yard. .14111)
I. K Globe iA 3 P W
(B>, a p. j
raree (it14)
i ll Evelyn (F) 3
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ll
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B. A Al B
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-."ill in An

Thoj
made as much < suld at Newmarket. Th>
. m a pa
hr likes wiih I
lly I _
, .
<"" leotiBooB, and b Booroi i :i p
. toe of theae elegant Peat Mai
"" ,, i""' O0d Crlckoter i.i it.,- |mp,Tial < kk.-t i'nfi JaUr Relay
. "*l1, end as .ueh would be I A7l iel D a. set r KiJS1^ J!m "^w.nJrS
i of the year and, beca erktel t-niltv f,.i Teal Match Time: 1 min. SS| aeea.

I uior,
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ROBliSSON STEALS TIME
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i
thai month ol It, rurpin.
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Arhiet
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*'.....'" luthorlts wheth.
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ii. ...... -., .
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me on ir 1
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