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r\(.i ruo II\KII\IMIS MJMM \ I i SATURDAY IH.iT.MBr.il l-i. II I ir*l M*U V|R a I Olt! I <,>:•!> %  nn<> u ii • • • ftfl./fi i.itrnirnl inifcharl waked or. the lUd .-yt* STARS %  — VTMJ ADVOCATE BRIDGE EMPIRE THEATRE I vi: MM. 10-11*1 I It — 1.43 SH When the hand* point straight up... th* excitement .tarts! Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy Backache. Kidneys Strained? a uc-t. Mr. ftUn 1 '•i„i, I th.1. : ... inanIM li. I v Wilfred MeNallly of 11... ury n>rt.. |j v oewriie. I rr. Ju • ,'-,i.de • il. br. \en in who wn ,n.ar b> her father, wore A \. York modelled outfit of allr "*** „„! iha i-,... wlMt mtr slipper Hlln, cloaaI ibs-nn. 'in i-wlici. tang -leevea and of nylon wthntd with matel* .„, slutted -with r^im. >'./ I..,< tiTvgrrm. tongU. veil w. Itaan HI *.oe bv ... or.nc blMMm ,-' h nd "* r, ,M ' T. t lr. R. 1.. Eocharuri lilte*. Gerbera*. Nf %  '.'-me-Not inn A_|>r_iii< fftn %  HI %  tew days 111 Only brtalNinsild w.Iw couMn M.* Manane Duncan, who ww land rhii Oca-un income /., Cowva jyji; JOHN runtgua 1 lUctKUm u .-ourw h x .,, ,,„. HIM win 1 %  "il^tulii/uln.n ^ v. 11, a 1 1 . ttatfn*. M.,nv h.-tppv p also Redn C M; I %  %  Bl, Jam* /^OKGAT1 1..MIONS to Mr. V-. 1 Ooodridga of Plii.sant Vale butf, si. Trwunan lirthtli • -io>r shot nylon ..ver ny* %  ta. uhe can-tad bouquet travel • %  In loceutton w held Arfal-M. *HM -4r /fttf.(i/fc.'./rti/ I^HE UailMdus Cboiml 80GMt) %  pod Ml r.. ITII.I • "" % %  %  I '''"l %  II 1— u. %  rho C ONUKATUIJ\THJ\S l„ M, NdVllli K hw lust M. Iiwd hi HIStMr \nlional CrrIHIcjilr in BMrtc.1 Enilli.in EnicUml V.-vill. 11,.. ..„, „ Mi Wl Irl Suppl, 1 i,rpnn.t<„ii ,„„l Mr < Morlq ol .-ni-lf.,,! H....S. Ikw, Wl Hill 1 ,„ „!.! I "|| Ktael s:..raim lord At II..Ml.ini. MI tl| || ,„ || ir (,. sMaii on bn „, i. an |.li...r> Me aanda hw kmd pp. • %  I all hl^ rrlamli in BarI fur Chri.lm.i. fflHahlS M il A. K. la t a iim aa n .^. .. ( Mr. K. K. W.lcoll y t „„,, %  n w.ikoii „i i„, i,„,i 1 Hi". Wa. an arrival from L.,nd..n. EngUnd hv B.O.A.C ami B.W.I.A. v:„ I %  and Trii.i.lii.i a ih,. Chraimu i,„iid.y with li^i parents. Mi WalMi ,.. „ u„,le„t „, lembroke Culli-ae. Can I TrlniiiiHl PI W I A • r 11 B Mack %  Mr. BUckburB la OBlcer or BradMl 1 < %  in ,. hiU h 1.1, n...iKli'.-i .if Sit John ..ml L...I, V.i.il ..f Fxlahill II .„*. si Thomas Ctoutjv of Om^ Wl drawtoj „r th. 1 of the St. IlloBii ,H;i.i,,.i *I3 InatMd <>1 Honda] ; %  %  1 I.U..I it 1 uiit,,. I: ' I4l felaOUld .intiiiue 11. draw UaiMdiHii tourlit. H.iitMK.< Ml MoCat%  • it the hotel, and m.irie | tottl ..f thInland. Ki nWl t MMP %  .rr^iiKol lor Kspran.. bolo and Chorus by John E Writ She will .it >> VIIK ., |.IUU(> ui Tin' proganani u favourUM iinH ,i ntimlwr of ( 1 Prefa-an -'.>II .ire on > .'i .i< tin Advocate Rtiii.iiiir: >. Ml 1 Wif,i and St-etu %  %  H Clerk 1 1 Kfl 1 Bl ( %  .itiii-n-al. Chrittmn* m,nt*Thtinm*mt > nti the loplc ct louriaf 'T'MK Animal Toy Senflre a ', Kaxt.r. T.C.A.. local 1 the James Street Methoril" n tells mithai more Cam.Chuu-h ikoptoot m Sunda* will be Niithm.utid Boon !>> %  H. Tlie rhildirn's Sundi^ nl of JCA'two S-''-MI bediu at 3 pm. and thU week The rlnt li chala %  rMIOWOrf hv mi cveninjr i Dec. 22nd. and w at T ,,, Aihe evenan* MM-ve tlt-imiida. BOrbadOft *''"'' Rev. K. E Tt.wm will % %  1 iMIIKUd. .Kldrea*. I ryotM altendlnK Is *ked t. A RRIVINf; from on Th POCKET CARTOON r.. oxttrttr LANCASTI ft In.-. '. Mtr. .' i.i .. 11 nu ll11 *i into ii'imiur i WF* O until H-ff'rt I'r I trixn CbrUti AiitaMit't<'liriatmauth Moveioenfs Christ%  '.aa |.rBriimme at their centre ruda Rridce. The prfifiiimtnc consists or HI Millionenrol* rtc VniitKerrtit fft>ti T>.i, f-r 1 NTRANSIT from \ I-I„-HI Ihe SS De Cnuae on Thursdtu i-o her way hack to Mont•arral -as Ml-s iie-rii. Taylor, a (iiade 1 Teacher nl the Wealev Btaa spent one vaar in th* I' K dotn :i cnurtM' In hnusecraft %  I Seafnrd Citlle. Suasex. While in Barbados. Uk< Taylor is a guest at "Allworth", CheapHttrk Tu Jmnuivu L KAVING loi rrtnldad Thursday morning b> B.W.I.A. on his way back to Jaoaha wa, Mr Stanley JMnijle %  • the Impart men t of Arrlrulturc. ho had been aeronded tr DomMea. He spt'i.t u few days here ,u a liiie*t at the Hastingi. Hotel. Theatre Audience* See "Carmen" On T.V. Opera SS, u'"^ %  '" H ' 9 %  %  • I*"I, *IM> naxht I,, HIIP,,,„•,!;?,;„... '.: tli.nil.I "ere preent al the hiatortc event %  .f h,-.,.„. „,.„„„;. HM their Tmu.. pr,, ran.ed fr, ,< %  ih, \i,.i ,„,,i„., .,. ,, ""' •nu.uai.,1,, mil in in film — "" ..-an-.,,.. .,. Opera lover. .1 San rraneuu:o ,,._. .,,„„. „-,„„ "' 11"' llshU had ta pay aia doUari but Ua> fra n.ikl ma,',, I ".'"' •'"""• """"'li'H'1 • Punch and buffet s up,100.,., Maaaif to ihe aw The manaaeim-m had n-eiUni Ln, a.ut '" %  '"" •>""'" < ""' eh,"np.ne bul .,r^aaro" !;:• \T'-* Hiked,,, .at ...II,. • %  ." I...I .,. It would luive I aaalnn —0J. I I I I T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I YOUR SHOE STORE aaaaaaaaa SSaaaaaS '''"—:-: 42W ^^^ ^^^ I TOYS WAUHNQ IKH.I.s ujjj PAW Tfarnra DOLL 8IS "" s c.. .1. $1.10. & $3.14 %  % %  itva mm '" KKI,S $1.20. S2.IB. MM $6.2" $7.70 l "' S r. $1.20 & $1.41 |l.fl & S2.40 ?*?! %  A.IPri„i ST NIS ll. 3.11 & S4.8K VKS $ 22,011 & $4.0 DBUafS . KOI.I.IR SCATKS M ,„ J \M) I'l.KNTV MIIRi: TOYS SO M I MliiXlill OBI TOY SPKdAl. TO TOY LAND AT ^MnnRffHH.raKMnfmnnffHHiWk:eturtt %  -! %  % %  ol the alexan



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lATUIUlAV. hlllMRti: I: l(S2 BAIillMMls \ll\iil Ml PAOI IIIKII. ARSON A TTEMPT FAILS Xmaa Bazaar Well Attended THIRD CASE IN A MONTH ui ; .1 in .1 servant aslH'|> OH IM DNBIMI OnW * %  used ('. the rtronfl -mcll of smoke and on looking < (round lovd section of tho building afire. Accoi just boson raiting an alarm she saw someone fleeing from ihe vicinity. ear; Trouble aused by High lood Pressure With II %  %  %  Bi ,.i.ai 1 irvnvllU it Itogethi %  %  %  Heavy Rain In October l T15H HOND1 %  %  1 %  1 %  hlrh cal %  %  i I I Hi w I %  • hi. h Mr M" %  i^nl ih* htoM cau4 ftigh Bkml Praaaura Thla la ft *m>ua Jima-' ta .aueaa mar* ha tl.M i-anrar, bacauia (ha Btnmi a'* M unnnor M uauallf fcv.r, f.M ..m. atinMa alhsar-nl If auffar lr-m any ..f lhaar •> .^•. >..ur l.fa may 1" •nft*na>r<1 h ft Tfubta *r a para I rife stroke. I ,...! (houto elan iraaimrn' al a Ttn> vary !" t dee* of Neare •peril hn..wi. a* l(ynD. ft raw ftftlglacortn rrduraaHinh nio-Kl iaur* and mate., vou feel *-arft Brr In ft trdata Cat Ne.e • jour (ftatinx i.Hlar. II ia uat • fail lo^ftiafc. i..) %  Ceel wall and K or monajf UoB a ralurft of l• k..a. %  •he walls .ind %  the Oovanimeni niry <•** w t. ,nn wf "' '"' y farming, and 100 rom.irri for information U, %  v. as a S \ %  nut aba) rnbane. He r' St Vm. .1 artdflil %  %  I %  inch from he CuJ 11 w Mad %  leading hi Ok* a ^ M.ixwell S ... u i ..i'' %  %  s .f "i. %  npialnti rahM Siir\r\..r i-ittv against the %  two, %  AM eourO ird Faral>tir Rahies (1U a Land us*, wrvn of the of K ' %  > ...._ __ SLa!!^ inn. ,"* M a" 1 h,l v A Ur v ^' w,rtM,n sLStH^S Venrh-me distr.ct som* flvt> mile .,f the COM lad, moralal on the way I ro pin.Jrew (|rf |( I (Ma uav of llv AaTkulk'niw moatly. If Ihea* offli-ial...ml. lo lf(h)-f Kiita-ilainmfrilf with invettigattonal actii noavli %  %  %  l>1,,r Ridge ad then b) It a ill %  %  %  R, n \ \ %  tlurilable %  r:i ivsn Mi teal lehiavtl tin ipeakera; l-iil i i wen L. B. A \ i >ii dward Im. San/. Trimrlad Aencultural Dapar:pat ling in lha %  U %  | %  i ! the M mtemattlal R you knew her secret •u, too, could be more %  arming, lovely, attractive .and ilia Ktrrt ut her ftniaciivrncu Odo-Ro-N. DoD't III oflfn.i.: ( aderft/ai oalour ipoil you' afttural EEM I Odo-Ro-No lafcly >p* ppuioo and odour for a full 74 hoawt. i Odo-Ro-No iiayi crcftmr longftr Dcrat gen griny *ea to open wr. i No deodoraoi cream u ao harmat to fabric* a* Odo-Ro-No. i No daodoraoc cream if gender i a-vai, *eniidve ikio, and u 1* to ur to •>" )DO-RO-IK> i* I*.. D ..... unJUeei In Ih* oatrhfa iH >irua as found D\ for lho coronalioi ii. Veterinary SuiMl M ., % %  .,. to i Brr „.. alatad. lm|M.rl* "-do*. The rakua "' aOanorti "' "> 1 "a i re raft in Hi i. \.'u, n. K. M.. OB.E >.'" • ;-;•• i;'"' ,.rnor and Comn I • .rrivl tr IOIINSON S sTATlONtRV %  I : it WU not possible to % %  %  mo y.i Rufti ? 'hidisease. .MW IM-IHI: marie b> two-man Trinidad % %  LbJ i .it In MM7. Trinidad bill" i Mirvrv here but of alat I %  tnplre. Kvanuelical Mertincv i! nik evangel i t| ina. have been held here thU wink b) ri . v., u .in mtemalional orgao' % % % % %  U • %  the Cos))..I. hHii i. eorae*a Hathodial Chun n ipaclty i both nifihi*. IIIIK urMieber irio, who inivod hi-if in .i small plan* from an John B. Win 01 ittj ) ho • %  '! % %  ,. r,„ ,,t if JX. In the i |n ariditmi. (0 pre;n fimt. Ihoj %  l %  1 Tho It Kingdom USA \ i 'iwbl out of .;, ai be ha : mi:. lar (-wt in ||ghl Lad to St Vin.-eni. A ,n 11 tx on Bunday, *'i> laimai I' i* hoped (hat normal op,-.%  from M IBM. .ind %  I W n BUspiclOUl clr|j r >„!,. Kubv left SI Vrnenl but he on > %  < %  BXI. Airnth NKIII .111*1 coajraa" w >. %  .. 'ing In Tttadindei dlH „,, t th, mitlneak ol U H,„ i. Pool %  i Mouth D b e aa a P ripatli iraro < %  Tinvaluo <>f oaporti S.tM.303. The e-mntriea a a of desti' Uni <> ""• '' being the U.S.A.. tho United Council was held Kingdom and Ihe Wort mdiev rhati Ith to< Indpal .irticlw Ol r
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Saturday, December 13, 1952
Frequency: daily
regular
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Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
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Commonwealth Economic Conference Ends
Named Cardinal
New Approach
To Problems
(From Out Own Correspondent)
LONDON. DM. II
The Commonwealth Economic Conference which endad
to-night has decided on a completely new approach to the
problems of the sterling area based on gradual relaxation
of trade restrictions and a step by step Advance I
freely cuiiveitiU*> pounds.
The Conference stressed, however, that these timau
objectives could only be achieved through improvement in
the sterling area's balance of payments with the test i.f the
world. f"~
Oil Drilling
Starts In
January
>ng the i
become Immediately effectlv
thai are to
. the
United Kingdom Covernmcnt has
announced that tn future reside nt-
outside the sterUi a area, who have
invested capital in approved pro-
jects in Britain and colonia' ter-
ritorial, shall be allowed to trans-
fer capital profits "across the ex-
change*." Hitherto, this ridht ha>
extended only to sterlinK equlva-
lenl of initial investment
AKCMSI5HOP J Francii Mrlntvre.
64, namtd Cardinal by Pops I'm
XII, Is shown with an altar boy at
Mass Ui the private chapel *f his
1-oi Angeles home He will be the
first Cardinal west or Si l/uj
emdhisapooln'mem rl*ej Amer-
ican meml>er->iip In (he Sacred
College to four. f/>ii*rnal;onal>
13 KikuyUs
Rounded Up
NAIROBI, Kenya. Dec
Thirteen Ktkuyu
were rounded up in a
police and military raid
al Lodge where Briush Queen
Elirabcth was staying when her
lather. King George VI.. died last
February
The thirteen were picked up in
the Nveri district for questioning
on the Msu Mm oeth-Uking cer-
emony, at which two persons al-
leiredly were assaulted, robbed
and forced to take an oath to
chase the white man from Africa
In the Thomsons' Falls are*
rtrdiih troop* accompanied by an
..rnumred mr squadron ra ded
native squatter*, for screen Init.
Mr. Eisenhower
Is Displeased
By MMtMMAM SMITH
HONOLULU. DSC,
I'residenUE 1 e c t Elsentu
showed marked displeasure
through his stallFriday of presi-
dent Truman'-, charge that his Ko-
rean trip was the outgrowth
campaign of demuRoguery.
Mr. Eisenhower himself had
nothing to Say publicly about the
Presidents broad swipe at his
ihrce-dav visit to the snow cover-
ed battlefront. but his aides left
no doubt that he viewed Mr. Tru-
man's remarks with someth
pproachlnf contempt.
\lt Kisenhower, who arrived
here on Thursday aboard the
cruiser Helena, planned another
work and play schedule for Frl-
,i,. n, . i> *. hold '"''' '''|-
ies of meetings to discuss military
topics and to get in a bit of golf
on the l-hole course where he
and hi* staff are living.
He planned to leave on Satur-
day Si BOOn for New Y he may meet next week with Gen-
eral MacArthur to hear what the
former Far East Commander hai
described as a "clear and definite
solution" |0 the Korean war.
It is believed that most of Mr
HaanlmWll'l work will be done
*.n the (tin from Guam to If
lulu u.r.
Finance Company
Secondly, a Commonwealth tr-
ice company i% to be formed by
group of Important financial In-
dustrial and commercial concerns
the city of London to further
development In oversea* Common-
ealth countries.
This company which will fo-
under the Chairmanship of Sir
Edward Peacock, wellknown Lon-
dr-n banker has the backing of the
Bank of England and other Brit-
ish banking houses, financial in-
stitutions and such famous Indus-
trial concerns as Shell, Lever
Brother*. Imperial Tobacco and
Tube Investments.
Only Disagreement
The only serious disagreement
during the conference arose over
the question of imperial prefer-
ence. The United Kingdom pro-
posed that all Commonwealth,
countries should join in seeking re-
lease from the "no new preference"
rule in G.A.T.T. (General Agree-
ment on Trade and Tariffs). But
tribesmen1 though this proposal was support-
combined ed by Australia and the colonies,
Roy-1 other countries felt that such an
approach would not advance to
the agreed objective of restoring
multilateral world trade.
The conference therefore rej
ed the British proposal.
However, it was agreed that
1 Commonwealth Governments
ould co-operate with the United
Kingdom in it- auDroach to other
members of O.A.T.T. to meet p*r-
tlonlar difficulties arising on U.K.
...iff The object of this approach.
the Prime Ministers stated In their
final communique, would be to1
enable the UK consistently, with i
basic provisions of G.A.T.T., tot
continue duty free cntr* for c-|
tain Commonwealth goods even I
though duty on foreign Import
might bo raised to protect Hriti
mestic industry and agricultui
This would have the effect Of
increasing the preference margin
enjoyed by Commonwealth im-
ports but in the British view, such
a procedure would not be con-
trary to the spirit of G.A.TT.
eaoa of
ii sfbt o
pa
Turner Hall Plantation
Andrew, will soon be the I
great activity and attractiu
Barbados starts drilling operations
proximately thTfSl OS bMU week*
time.
Dr. W. F. Auer. the
Resident Manager told the Advo-
cate yesterday that Ifae daitlcl
by whuh the pipe M let into and
( the hole during drilling
Operations, has just been QOnV
plated The derrkk is 136 ft. high
and 30 ft. square at the bottom
and stands on a sub structure 12
. high
One month ago. the company
started grading a well location
Idway between Turner H.dl
House and Swan* and afterward*
began concrete work for the dev-
uk foundation Towarri- the end
of last month, the mi> hea >
pieces of equi|>tnciu whuh v. en
at Hnietown Baaab an re
Turner Hall A to*
building operations for the iwe
MO barrel tanks began
The company started to build
the steel derrick sub structure pa
Dee 3 and three days Inter srOfk
on the derrick proper began
West Indian
Vims Achieved
(Pram Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Dec 12
Uh iii l-abour Minister, leava*
for Ni a , 01 h on bia waj 10 Tiimdad aftor
C inference. Before catching;
ine ivc Ihln exclusrvc interview >w the
1 ruevru \eiur we
ui lei iciec- he thf foini of view of the West to-
nes a ti.,* hern *atu>faciof>. in
in* fut ui pattern of world trade
ind Rnance. il West Indian terri-
Uhfir eeon-
'.....be '-ten. of im-
muel be retain-
\ aecine Used
For Cattle
Disease
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Mcr- 1.111- (erne* sod LU>lton -mil. happll*
SecreUry of Male far the CektoAe* Is lelllai Ifcem lie uK al
there ran lie no doubt ''Ut the lurmum exletlns as tkr trio
openlnc at Hie ( ..mm .- eallh (enfemee
Un. aMiagrapai ,m|.i M he 11 it Hu-
oke* J^iHil< rit.i-s- \\h ll to,
" 1 .1 the Celealal oate. n r lh<
WARNING TO BRITISH
NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY
Income Tax ^ WANTS W.I. BAGASSE
Inspectoi*
Appointed
Mr. C. W E- Archer. liiM^-'t^r,
Within the ne*t few days, the Department <>i Iricosaa T->x and
company will be moving the Death Dulles, has been appointed
heavy lifts already at Turner Hdl.l(I the post of Inspector (Income
into position and will also start Tax), aa from June 1. 1952.
getting the mud tanks built will be laying the vvrlaui ptpa.aad was appontad W Ina Oo*2
eonnoctlons. snanl Sarva in June. IBM He
" *he>* Swr wMta mil* aMV*^ m m clerk In the ivli'V
harr? work will lv nore^enrv to[Witlstrates' Courts. Dlstrlcta *A,_
jmplete the '* and put all thel-f and "F." lie wa appeatslM
iclllarj
drill!
Qtf
nt into
Tariff Prohlem-.
Commonwealth Governments
also agreed to give sympathetic
consideration to certain special
tariff problemschiefly of a tech-
nical natureaffecting the colo-
nies.
On the quesUon of llnancc policy
the Prime Ministers emphasised
that sterling convertibility Is an
Integral part of agy effective
multilateral trade system. But this
obJecUve could only be reached by
progressive stages. Convertibility.
they stated, would depend upon
three fundamental condition*
One, upon the continuing success
of the sterling area's efforts '*
-urb internal inflation and
ichleve balance with the rest of
0 On pace "
10
Shopping Days
before Xmas
Bridgetown
A "Film City"
Bridgetown became j TllBl
City" yesterday afternoon. A Dim
production unit ol the But. .
Warner-Pathe Newarcel organic-
Mow spent nearly the entire aftei -
noon in Bridgetown itasottng
scenes. Tbo unit attracted a graet
f attention and members of
the crowd who ,is*i*tci receiv.- i
iMiiUaume Up*.
The unit arrived by B.W.I.A .
from Trinidad on Thurda> and
left last night for Trinidad.
During their abort stay they shot
scenes of local fishing boats at so >
A some of the island's beaches.
Bridgetown, scene* were taken
of the Wharf, Hurbour liiliceuu-n
mauby and pottery sellers, and
buses.
This unit, was responsible Cot
the production of a very successful
documentary film "Travel BUjBl
which will be shown in Boa we *
Indie- In the New Year. It !..
come to the Eastern Caribbean I
make colour supplement?. ri un
PbQm Pictorial Film Maga/ine
whlch hai a world wide circula-
tion; and at the .same time to take
material tor a short tourist at-
traction film on the Islands of thi
Eastern Caribbean which is being
sponsored by R.W.I A ind BOA<
and which will have a wide dis-
tribution in the United State" an
throughout the rest of the World
a> On i-.e 7
tn .Tune,
(Grade as
i Tax and
\m
Itfal. to the Exeeiilrve
paetor, income
Death I*uiiet. Depart-
\1 l
uppouiUa
Barbed
IIIHIV.
i
n \ ii hoi ii MfUMS
LON!" I -
It thai British newspunt Dsanetfacturefa do
soon to make use? of the nuar aana baga ill ibli In
the Hnitlaii WeM Indies, U.S manufacturers undmibh
will beliewa Mr. W. T. Curtls-Wtbwn a form< pn
fthe Newspaper Society.
British mill* are falling bahtnd Uw An
use of sugar cane waMe to In
iii'Lires in "Tin- Nawipapoi World".
"U MauwL^auaiua tl.
, HII l.llrfC t p.lj,
' wllh gross proQhj in ii i
/heels of tome I
not thought || worth arhili to tin
' a small fraction of this vast sum
In carrying out i
the lii.ililit.iclin. oi | .1
mw tiiiitin il
Britlsi < '
Itoyeliipmenl of the us
ajAaV.spi mi supplies, he <
ftiblished in London.
" S. Koreans
Retake Hills
nci nmenl
(

filch has

n.i

.i
in i real
I thai Hi. numbi I ! ini
Iverl in Martlniaua is u
Qovernmenl there to
* I ho '-.laughter policy" as Is
ind as an
II
i inli
..ml animal-
n b.. al iegulm
.
or ine past eight
..'.-. i
- |a] foi dlag
i1..i ..in nf il"
whlefi >

uny.
\.. \, ine in ll.rh.id.i.
lie said th.it Barbados at the
has no vaccine agnins'
... bill |*iMlifi.s rot
obtaining lee had
the i inference The life
i lnnt
should the <>. break, Gov-
prob iWj ruliipl Tin
" This would
. ., Una u*
launhurruil the anlmalu
Mill i.a* be. n
lac at Uie
Oencral HospiUd. it
fiom Jan 1, HMS.
fltll was educated at
st U eras) Qlrb b-.liool and
. General Hospital as a
Mudanl Nurse in IBM. Site BTM
KM7 under a Colonial
Welfare Schema
for the London County Council
Training
She leoeived hai .>'< Baaai
hvad Nujsear Training at SI
Ho pttal. passed the
! Final in January, iMo.
i he Slate
faHl m June. 19511. Site was en-
i - L.'i.lu,
Jewish Hospital for three months.
Miss Si lliH look a .ourse In
Be< kenlism Maler-
brt) ItOSpttal .....I paused Part I of
e Oential MIdwives Board Ex-
ainaUoo m May, i3i She took
j post-graduate Course in osslpa-
t.ents and casualty work It Wc-.l-
torlal ilospiuii fr abo
She t.wk Part H "' t*
Hidwifen Course al Hiliingdon
I passed
aSe axamil iMon 6V peesnoei
IMS
Mi w. P. Cooper, TaanaoV al as-
! '. | [r>.
.... | ,
Govcmmeti' I I I
i The appoint' <
II 1952.
Mr Cooper is S4 years of age
and wu ppointed to the Oovern-
ment Flectrir r>-paitnu-nt
I Assirl ." on Anaust i
IS42 He has been acting as Elec-
irleal i" 191"

r n innounced vasterriiiv
that Majoi <> F C WinYotl h.e
t>een apphinte'l Officer f"wr-
manding. Barbadrn 'leglment
Call For "Holy War"
CAJRO, Dec. 12.
A fall for a "holy war" against
l -.:. defence of Arab N-
Itlonalliti wss made by liar Islam
kwler to-day at prayer- nttended1
OesseraJ Mohammed Naguib'
nd d as I fpiaefa shishakl I
of Egypt and Syria. !
r.,.- in moils to Jihad" was
Sheikli Ahdel IjUI
JOVU Dae i'J
Booth Korean ngiituiK man i'
aplund llig and Little N< it H
lo-nighi n u*ii'i Bang
mam executed under covi of Hie heaviest allied gun. tank
ij artliieiy linages oj UM Ko-
-an war.
fettered oa little Mori ftw
joes eailier lo-dn>, Soov Koi.
Ind dov.o ana side of Big
Nori, taking advantage of the
imipga of battle that bid the val-
ley.
The : r.: ni.noeuvre Wn Uie
.Soutii Karaani both lull". United
Press correspondent Fred Palnt"-i
reported fRHn "' All >'l OMlpoal
near Ijttle N'-m
The IIOK llnnkiiiM aaDW BM !
against ntublKirii Chinese Hrda d-
fending the lulls was Uwn ninth
counter-'Mack iidci the\
ijttie Nori aarlj
their math to-da>
Witheung shcllllre bun
and hand grenades turneil
South Kon u
'urges.t'.P.
I. St
nd
UN
the i
CHRISTMAS MUSK
BY BLIND SCHOOL
i h-
i Si-he
Ml
llhnd under their conductor Mi
Harold Nock, tltguiut Of St
John's Parish Church, will pre-
sent a (uogiamn.. ol Chn Una
the Mental Hoapltal
Black if'"k. on Monday Dee. 22.
The choir will be assisted by
some o' the leading artists in the
Kland.
'Hall ii. ii
try of the world la "111
British OomraflBwaalth
er-Kn.wni,:
'
native pi*i>pi.- aitthln
Mill, i-
wasted a yeai
,. .....
ug.H t:t<>v ii.i ..
a/g pand bhu
i
" pope'
outside Uie Hi r
woaltl
(
Wttfj Hi.- : produi-ed

and N 'i< '
seeking fo
ii ii
the wit ui Uh G
F.
:

I I
bean hopi A tl
......m
I
.
but H I
I

SI ..
L'.p.
Christmas
Supplement
The Advocate's ChrUI-
smi Hupptemeni will Ih- dr
llvered with lo-morrow
Sunday Advavslr
The front .mil i> m i ' '
re the lint atteaaeH at three
-iliiiif rrprodUeUon in the
Island. It U the work of the
Advocate a Photo I ".
LepartmenL
The front - prodored freea one of the
Ou-tatmaa OaMi enleeed In
the Advora.1*', Christina*
Card rompetlllon md "
drawn by - u Vtalkr-.
member ol the Photo I
rr n ii.. Ikeiisrtmanl
it* of the Confer enn \.. In
up unified legislation and
. .... ft Ihs Brtttah
The con-
.1 every possible
ol keeping the dl i
i lie lot and oraanised
alopted ii. Ihe
in oiiihreak in any ol the
The decision* reachisd at
have been incor-
i'i.i in I.. I'l.iniiiltte.
1 . r,t to the Colip-
I 1: . IM 'I I ITKl W' I
| ,...| | f. |
apdattoaa win be
at lo lbs ....... G
Md that the
pccuvi aoverwaenta will see
UJ implernent the *ug-
\vr\ fireat l.v,
ttarate, and said
i
ad
all achievement
he continued, "that
i nvileiviice ha* expressed
itself as lecogoiUIng Ihe need to
n urn tain existing preferences.
Ilul Ihe no new preference" pro-
'iATT makci it difficult
ii certain of our manu-
OMTtfnonwealth mar-
kets and the fact that the con*
tai drawn attention >
11fv and has expressed
vllhngneas lo assist in correcting
VSt3 reaasuriruf"
Sal is the to PJ
i ies said he considered
:, renee < i, .ti'. i-.lh s to be as satlifyUig
uld h"v>e for in the clr-

Mei. .dso there was recognition
of ihe necessity tn plan against
pn..' flnctuaUons and insecurity
of markets by iiilernatiorui!
iii-eemcnts might take in the
UM point of view oi
I Mr Adams had been
pvery strongly that Wcit Indian eeono-
could not iiirvlve without
ilitv agreements with
have emphasised most
t>troiig1> th.it irrespectivt' of
'hataver form these commodity
greement* With regard tn this
future, ihev can only be accept-
able to the West fndles If the
DNtni i< retained."
Mr fjkrnee was sure that tha
Wi-.l Indies would welcome the
UM-iou to concede to foreign
tn\-stnrs the rtHht to transfer
This rht to provide nn addodT
limulus to foreign Investor" In
he West Indies-.
Hg revealed thai the nouble
uxatl.m dimcultv had figured
-minetrth In extm , iiiisslons with the Serreliuy of
state for the Colonies and official
lvis,.rs While :he ttnal word on
these discussion-, would have to
al the repo'l .f the Hadcllffe
Sonunlarian which was now slt-
Utg ihe ini|-Ttani of o change
n present nrningements had leen
nn ( firmly stn
i

Two HI
I

of
world demand '
uv
tn xplorc i'
raw mat I
l.if.. e whirl
ui-,
1 i

inli
'paper

World |


\
ft Five New C.D.&W Schemes
elfare depart- ldnr' M
The rilir f'nlt of Brllssh Wamer-Pathe Newsreel ortanlsallon. at present tuurlnt thr I .si^ra
r,,,hWl,, _h#. w-enes of the Harbour Pelkemen on dul* In Rrldietown te^terdst
The "all arrived Irem Trinidad an Tharsday d left last nicht for TriaMad
I1. Haeagona ..nd bomintc '.ivee and sorlfil
n '. from ment
tnptnent and W< V1 '
-.tailing Mil 1M. A attribution of $100,733 la -
approval of which was notified granted towards UV cost >.'.
.rnptroller for l> huspgtnl to be bull*. riV iisad a*
nd Wepfire -luring No-.em- Roseau. Dominies. Local Mod' icnool,
.ber. -itnliutn SI79.107. Tl
inast grant authTlxad icheme raplacae an artier plan
was one of S2K.BO0. for th<- pur- for rebuilding the existing lios-
'ctMse of land-clearing .-lUlp- pltal. Dominica nlso ben-f"-, fnwn.l.M-
British Hondur;.' The a gr.int of *tf*l.n:2 for the estab- and
-. iwelirad grJ'-'- * Ushment of a central livestock I w.
. meet the root of In- farm, aa part of the long terra Osx*w T^* ,oU
.Uirieji In the co-opera- policy of increasing local yr-i- April I, l
flrent Interesl
from baii-s..
I
'
tagMfdiare : Ine confer-
. i ., bad been warm and Iricndiy
3d Mi. Gome* m c.mclusicsx
In psrticuUr big luol upprwlaled
ihe import unit v -.o dlscuas with
snmonwealth ter-
rltoru ncludlng Prime Minis-
ters matters of mutual interest
.....normal method* of proce-
dure did not allow
Season's
Greetings
Once
more
The holiday
Season reminds
us that wa are
in-.ii in.; the
Year's end. eV
lhiit il is time
lo lake inventory.
That's what we have
been doing taking
inventory, nut of
i'. i ml -.nn but ol
Friendships such as
yours. We wish we could
udequately expreea the
pleasure lhat Is oun In
extending the Season's
r.reellngs and In tell-
ing how eager we
are to he of constant
service to you during
Ihe coming year. The
Loyalty and goodwill
lhat keep our relation
ship m> successful All
us wllh gratitude and
the hope lhal -we shall
be able to continue thi*
maat pleasurable service
lhat means so much
lo us.
A Merry Christmas
and a
Prosperous New Year
JC
BEVERAGES
2"
& B
Bottlers (Barbados) Limited


r\(.i ruo
II\KII\Imis MjMm \ I i
SATURDAY IH.iT.MBr.il l-i.
II
I ir*l M*U
V|R a
I Olt! I <,>:!> nn<> u ii , ftfl./fi i.itrnirnl
inifcharl waked or. the lUd
.-yt* STARS
VTMJ
ADVOCATE BRIDGE
EMPIRE THEATRE
- I vi: MM. 10-11*1
I It 1.43 SH
When the hand*
point straight up...
th* excitement
.tarts!
Rheumatism. Ankles Puffy
Backache. Kidneys Strained?
a uc-t.
Mr.
ftUn
1

'ii,
I th.-
1. : ... inanIM li. I v
Wilfred MeNallly of 11...
ury n>rt Mr.. law*, M.
lied M.

., Si ""
..I Fr Ju.l.n P
"" auaati and well w.aher.
1 ,>.. |j v oewriie.
I rr. Ju
,'-,i.de
il. br.
-
\en in
who wn
,n.ar b> her father, wore A
\. York modelled outfit of all-
r"*** ! iha i-,... wlMt mtr slipper Hlln, cloaa-
Iibs-nn. 'in i-wlici. tang -leevea and
. of nylon wthntd with matel-
* ., slutted -with r^im.
>'./ I..,< tiTvgrrm. tongU. veil w. Itaan
HI *.oe bv ... or.nc blMMm
. ,-'h nd "* r,",M'',T.t
lr. R. 1.. Eocharuri lilte*. Gerbera*. Nf
'.'-me-Not inn A_|>r_iii< fftn
. hi tew days 111 Only brtalNinsild w.- Iw couMn
M.* Manane Duncan, who ww
land rhii


Oca-un
income /., Cowva
jyji; JOHN
.....
runtgua 1
lUctKUm u
.-ourw h ,x .,, ,,.
him win 1
'"il^tulii/uln.n
^ v. 11, a
1 1 .
ttatfn*.
M.,nv h.-tppv p
also
Redn
CM; I

Bl, Jam*
/^OKGAT1 1..MIONS to Mr.
V-. 1 Ooodridga of Plii.sant
Vale butf, si. Trwunan
lirthtli
-io>r shot nylon ..ver ny*
'ta. uhe can-tad bouquet
travel 1 D, Keith McNeill.* the frt-onV-
r t. tt ,-i am "*'*' whn <"ame over from
lo-ntfifil IS t.lut, Vurjfun -. ,,,,rtMci f, th. -vent wo- beat-

-.otatal twine Hie eeremorn. ".
ju 1 ' -1 Riiit rVfcrher, who sanf
B hubert's "Ave Mara" and "O
f.rfert I-ove Mr John Fletcher
1 the nifan
v The ctiarmlnc young eouplr re-
tvl n enthusaanllr areetliii n
flfft thr church for the home
Mr and Mr* H t J Clynt: |
> In loceutton w held
Arfal-M. *HM -4r /ftt-
f.(i/fc.'./rti/
I^HE UailMdus Cboiml 80GMt)
pod Ml r.. itIi.i ,
"" I '''"l II 1 u.


rho
CONUKATUIJ\THJ\S l M,
NdVllli K hw lust
M. Iiwd hi HIStMr \nlional Crr-
IHIcjilr in BMrtc.1 Enilli.-
in EnicUml
V.-vill. 11,.. .., Mi Wl,......
Irl
Suppl, 1 i,rpnn.t Morlq ol .-ni-lf.,,! H....S. Ikw, Wl
Hill 1 , !.! I .
"|| Ktael s:..r- aim
lord
At II..- Ml.ini. mi tl|. || , ||ir(,.
sMaii on bn , i. an
|.li...r> Me aanda hw kmd pp. *
I all hl^ rrlamli in Bar- I
fur Chri.lm.i. fflHahlS
Mil A. k. lataiimaan .^. ..(
Mr. K. K. W.lcoll yt- ,,
n w.ikoii i i, i,,i
1 Hi". Wa. an arrival
from L.,nd..n. EngUnd hv
B.O.A.C ami B.W.I.A. v: I
and Trii.i.lii.i a
ih,. Chraimu i,iid.y
with li^i parents.
Mi WalMi ,.. u,let ,
lembroke Culli-ae. Can I
TrlniiiiHl
PI W I A
r 11 B Mack

Mr. BUckburB la
OBlcer or BradMl 1
< in ,. hiU h 1.1,
n...iKli'.-i .if Sit John ..ml L...I,
V.i.il ..f Fxlahill II .*. si
Thomas
Ctoutjv of Om^
Wl drawtoj r th. 1
* of the St. IlloBii ,H;i.i,,.i
*I3 InatMd <>1 Honda] ;

-

1 I.U..I it 1 uiit,,. I:
' I4l felaOUld
.intiiiue 11. draw UaiMdiHii tourlit.
H.iitMK.< Ml MoCat-
it the hotel, and m.irie |
tottl ..f th- Inland. Ki nWl t Mmp

.rr^iiKol lor Kspran.. bolo and
Chorus by John E Writ She will
.it >> viik ., |.IUU(> ui
Tin' proganani u
favourUM iinH ,i ntimlwr of
(.....1
Prefa-an -'.>ii .ire on
> .'i .i< tin Advocate Rtiii.iiiir: >.
Ml 1 Wif,i and St-etu
h Clerk1 1 Kfl 1 Bl
(.itiii-n-al.
Chrittmn* m,nt*Thtinm*mt
> nti the loplc ct louriaf 'T'MK Animal Toy Senflre a
', Kaxt.r. T.C.A.. local 1 the James Street Methoril"
n tells mi- thai more Cam.- Chuu-h iko- ptoot m Sunda*
will be Niithm.utid Boon !>> H. Tlie rhildirn's Sundi^
nl of JCA'- two S-''-mI bediu at 3 pm. and thU
, week The rlnt li cha- la rMIOWOrf hv mi cveninjr
i Dec. 22nd. and w at t ,,, a- ihe evenan*
MM-ve tlt-imiida. BOrbadOft *''"'' Rev. K. E Tt.wm will
-1 iMIIKUd.
.Kldrea*.
I ryotM altendlnK Is .
*ked t.
ARRIVINf; from
on Th
POCKET CARTOON
r.. oxttrttr LANCASTI ft
In.-. '. Mtr. ........'
. i.i .. 11null11
*i into ii'imiur
i WF* O until H-ff'rt
I'r
I trixn
. CbrUti____
AiitaMit't- <'liriatma mciM on Dec 14 will be ihe Bar-
. >uth Moveioenfs Christ-
'.aa |.rBriimme at their centre
ruda Rridce.
The prfifiiimtnc consists or
hi Million- enrol* rtc
VniitKerrtit fft>ti T>.i, f-r
1NTRANSIT from \ i-I-hi
Ihe SS De Cnuae on Thurs-
dtu i-o her way hack to Mont-
arral -as Ml-s iie-rii. Taylor, a
(iiade 1 Teacher nl the Wealev
Btaa spent one vaar in th*
I' K dotn :i cnurtM' In hnusecraft
I Seafnrd Citlle. Suasex.
While in Barbados. Uk< Taylor
is a guest at "Allworth", Cheap-
Httrk Tu Jmnuivu
LKAVING loi rrtnldad
Thursday morning b>
B.W.I.A. on his way back to Ja-
oaha wa, Mr Stanley JMnijle
. the Impart men t of Arrlrulturc.
* ho had been aeronded tr
DomMea.
He spt'i.t u few days here ,u a
liiie*t at the Hastingi. Hotel.
Theatre Audience* See "Carmen" On T.V.
Opera SS, u'"^ ''" H 9 ..... i*"i- , *IM>
naxht I,, hi- IP,,- ,,!;?,;... '.: tli.- nil.- I..... "ere preent al the hiatortc event
.f h,-.,.. ,.;. HM their Tmu.. pr,, ran.ed fr,
,< ih, \i,.i ,,,i., .,. ,, ""' nu.uai.,1,, mil in in film
"" ..-an-.,,..........,. Opera lover. .1 San rraneuu:o
, ,,._. .,,. -, "' 11"' llshU had ta pay aia doUari but Ua> fra
n.ikl ma,- ',, I ".'"' '""" ""- ""'li'H'1 Punch and buffet sup-
,100.,., Maaaif to ihe aw The manaaeim-m had
n-eiUni Ln, a.ut '"'"" >""'" < ""' eh,"np.ne bul
.,r^aaro" !;: \T'-*
Hiked,,, .at ...II,. ." I...I .,. It would luive
.....I
aaalnn
0J.
I
I
I
I
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
I YOUR SHOE STORE
aaaaaaaaa SSaaaaaS '''"- :-: 42W ^^^ ^^^ I
TOYS
WAUHNQ IKH.I.s ujjj
paw Tfarnra doll 8IS
""s c.. .1. $1.10. & $3.14
"* itva mm
'"KKI,S $1.20. S2.IB. MM $6.2" $7.70
l"'-'S r. $1.20 & $1.41
|l.fl & S2.40
?*?! A.IPrii
ST"NIS .......... ll. 3.11 & S4.8K
' VKS .............$22,011 & $4.0
DBUafS .
KOI.I.IR SCATKS M, J
\M) I'l.KNTV MIIRi: TOYS
SO
M I MliiXlill OBI TOY SPKdAl. TO TOY LAND
AT
^MnnRffHH.raKMnfmnnffHHiWk:-
eturtt
-!% ol the
alexan
*


lATUIUlAV. hlllMRti: I: l(S2
BAIillMMls \ll\iil Ml
PAOI IIIKII.
ARSON A TTEMPT FAILS
Xmaa Bazaar
Well Attended
THIRD CASE
IN A MONTH
ST GE< IRGB s. r,.
An unsuccessful i I nTie of
-la Johnson m the suburbs of Grenvtlae, St. An- T(u.
dnrin, em I) yeati relay ira 11
At .iu>ui ; .1 in .1 servant aslH'|> OH IM DNBImi OnW *
used ('. the rtronfl -mcll of smoke and on looking <
(round lovd section of tho building afire. Accoi
. just boson raiting an alarm she saw someone fleeing
from ihe vicinity.
ear; Trouble
aused by High
lood Pressure
With II

.

Bi ,.- i.- ai 1 irvnvllU it
Itogethi

Heavy Rain
In October

l T15H HOND1

1
1

hlrh cal
i
I
I
Hi w I

hi. h
Mr
M"

i^nl ih* h O"'!,
ke of mem.-T
( riwf.. inJifni^iii. woer and
IrVtibM U i>toM cau4
ftigh Bkml Praaaura Thla la ft
!*m>ua Jima-' ta .aueaa mar*
ha tl.M i-anrar, bacauia (ha
Btnmi a'* M unnnor M uauallf
fcv.r, f.M ..m. atinMa alhsar-nl If
, auffar lr-m any ..f lhaar > .^-
. >..ur l.fa may 1" nft*na>r<1 h
ft Tfubta *r a para I rife stroke.
I ,...! (houto elan iraaimrn' al
a Ttn> vary "t dee* of Neare
peril hn..wi. a* l(ynD. ft raw
ftftlglacortn rrduraaHinh nio-Kl
iaur* and mate., vou feel *-arft
Brr In ft tr- data Cat Ne.e
jour (ftatinx i.Hlar. II ia uat
fail lo^ftiafc. i..) Ceel wall and
Kor monajf UoB a ralurft of
l- k..a.

he walls .ind
the Oovanimeni niry <** wt. ,nn wf"' '"' y
, farming, and
100 rom.irri for information u,

v. as a
S \

nut aba) rnbane.
He r' St Vm-
. .1 artdflil
I

inch from
he CuJ 11 w Mad

! leading hi Ok* a ^ M.ixwell S
... u i ..i'' ' s' .f "i. npialnti rahM
Siir\r\..r i-ittv against the
two, , Am eourO ird
Faral>tir Rahies (1U, a Land us*, wrvn of the of K'> ....._ __
SLa!!^ inn. ,"* M a"1* h,l-v A, Ur*v ^'w,rtM,n sLStH^S
Venrh-me distr.ct som* flvt> mile .,f the COM lad, mora-
lal on the way I ro pin.- Jrew (|rf |(, I (Ma uav of llv
AaTkul- k'niw moatly. If Ihea* offli-ial- ...ml. lo lf- (h)-f
Kiita-ilainmfrilf
with invettigattonal actii noavli ' l>1,,r Ridge ad then b)
It a ill * R, n \ \ tlurilable
r:i ivsn Mi teal lehiavtl tin ipeakera; l-iil i i wen
L. B. a \ i >ii dward
Im. San/.
Trimrlad Aencultural Dapar:- pat ling in lha
U |

i ! the M mtemattlal
R
' you knew her secret
u, too, could be more
arming, lovely, attractive
.and ilia Ktrrt ut her ftniaciivrncu
Odo-Ro-N. DoD't III oflfn.i.: (
aderft/ai oalour ipoil you' afttural
EEm
I Odo-Ro-No lafcly >p* pp-
uioo and odour for a full 74 hoawt.
i Odo-Ro-No iiayi crcftmr longftr
Dcrat gen griny *ea to open wr.
i No deodoraoi cream u ao harm-
at to fabric* a* Odo-Ro-No.
i No daodoraoc cream if gender
i a-vai, *eniidve ikio, and u 1* to
ur to >"
)DO-RO-IK>
i* I*..
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ii. Veterinary Sui- Ml M ., .,. to i
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The rakua "' aOanorti "' ">1"-
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deodorant
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two-man Trinidad
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In MM7. Trinidad bill"
i Mirvrv here but of alat I

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wink b) '
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.in mtemalional orgao-
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the Cos))..I.
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eorae*a Hathodial Chun n
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both nifihi*.
iiiik urMieber irio, who
inivod hi-if in .i small plan* from
an John B. Win 01
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A,n 11 tx on Bunday, *'i>
laimai I' i* hoped (hat normal
op,-.- from
M IBM.
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n BUspiclOUl clr- |jr >!,. Kubv left SI Vrnenl
but he on > < BXI. Air-
nth nKiii .111*1 coajraa" w>. .. 'ing In Tttad-
indei dlH ,, t th, mitlneak ol
, UH, i. Pool i Mouth Dbeaaa p
ripatli iraro <
Tin- valuo <>f oaporti
S.tM.303. The e-mntriea a a .
of desti' Uni <> "" ''
being the U.S.A.. tho United Council was held
Kingdom and Ihe Wort mdiev rhati Ith to<
Indpal .irticlw Ol r oj valuo iran
eraocfrult nd menda was ihorl ai nv i
Itassed were orM I"' 1"- hT
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Lhfl Mitumuin W
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1952 is partly broken at |y . ,, Annual
itqiat, the Vewjctnarj
> the A.ivitoty Coun-
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tapw i.i.-.-f J Mnrr*MlUei and ono bj Hoe i I
lower InOB nf thf
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: tho i>i>^' lam aaaaka the
|al Tn-. -
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artmental Reada on then re*
estimates.

ment labourfi
mrkf wtta
pay 1ml muPl.
for.
.,.t a mai i;
the Lai
III -rr ^
eondud Ihol tho r.overnment has
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Saw Mill-Strike k<<<
The l..i" urei i i'i".''i at Uu
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Ship Sinks
s.s n; \\t [SCO. 'i. II. I
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ii t'ernslrram I
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, before
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l tho H* CT.
yowi XmaA
8hoC!
Bill To Confer Privileges
On Legislators Attacked
I .,f the entire HutWi CBJ
For the whole Family!
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the Lai
Council, and to iSortl O
rod in the publl- wltnaai

aheal
Bting on the "aaf ctner-
rid talon omm
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Sum. an laaaUanl naiaoa by o*Wiin*
m '"" 'i""1- i-"'11"' rth?n
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Parmuy,

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POBT-OP-SPA1N Dec. fl
The draft Bill, main purpo-.
in, , coaler an the i--i bi '< '
lative Council and coo aUttai
bould have noini
. and lmmiinitle-< in on '. .idried.
. ., ,, hroodotn from oboorue- m.ry Courts
i:^.""" .... ., nn branch
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U, ,, ii.K hffj stay here
pomtme
reports and oih. r main q Hh ( lauoa ai
ahead m ihe dei
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MOWN OH *
i.*tii> err*
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$5.65
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.pipot, ol Dip Il.tiv.- I -.wn.-.l. ll)i
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tUng Ol H>e BV
Commute- ol I"'' Ul I Lai .
Council appointed with Uh H rt m.K
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tar and report on objee-
il by memb.
pubUe
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Mill orn Lmneeeaaarji > I
majority of caacs they BOUfht . ha pr--<
Ju proel ton foi holiday
One of his main tak^
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ii Liom.t reporta on th.-
vanoug *

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ii we net* Ihot tl
DOt
ha ought
Kane.- lion
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existed In IB ' have u*a
Mr.Lenaoo > U laBr.wha mi opporti.n.-
gave evidence in his ,
chairman of the CrWI Rig) | Dity. nnrmal.
\ Committee objeeted lo a May 24. coincide' with W
long list of sections He declared day next year.

when- Ihe question of publ
raaar in 190S- and aTOBO ^ Jufw 2 W|J!
,l right a* the procei
navel
Chamhat >' Coo>
.......i>wu a reao-
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Lay on June I haa t*.-..
n of ihe Ira arp a*aa '\ Ch
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t Brt h i lervice
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Lo .uplemenl such a
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,i the nghu to ogaa
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.rvice betwee.,
rtd New Y.rk
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SATURDAY l>l< I Ml;i i.
BARBADOS x I v Ml
PAfiF. FIVE
Speech Day At Foundation Girls' School
Act. Governor And
Mrs. Turner Attend
Ing the remark by tl
lion Girls' School. Mi>s H ii-.i-. tha
'day that jt would be an ui
ui cyni-
cal about the pram r-iained unful-
filled ,ici: \'\,v, His Excellency the A
R. N Turner, put up a defence For tl
Turner ulri that no on*
Fin' Thefts
Ro/torled

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ever, that when the DJ
Education u* his Board we i

at ihttr diipoaal, the t,
M-. T...n I St 1. .
J? .> ; r also prc" i
and distributed the prim*. hi B
His f.xrcilency then gave hi
address and Mr. Q. [', Y -
nan of the Governing hotly Dicemlter II.
of the school moved the vote of C
thanks .
bulr of the upper and hl bicycle which he valued at $6U
middle s,!.!.-! rendered four
> tonga, and
. play en-
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srrltten by J B
The Play
The play Opened with Mrs.
Martin's children Toby (Diane
Williams) and Jane, i I
i\ \t:i:ii ot mr\r
eminent was r.iStfanliv .

oar's, estimates n
Budget of just over
$12,000,000 has been -el aside for
Bduceti
He added that he hoped how- ""

Results Of
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onr of the burnt peti el Ihr Part
iu.i .mir.i tins i .... el Ufa pert i
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A HAS (a ju\st around the
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Why not Brighten up "your
Home with
SILVER STAR
C0NG0LEUM
The Floor Covering in many
Lovely Colours!
AND
So i:\sv
TO
?
Recruits For
Police Force
l>o--
expectantly awaiting her arrival s'
on Christmas rye Bight, Tthfl
smaller child Jane is sure II I I
Santa Claus will turn up frith 81 \ -
presents, for her mama says so. 'n"' Polios ai
While Toby who has Iwn dis- '
cussing the Santa Claus isga cl' R WilUan
with children at school tS$ BsW sTObWT
TaliP chit ic tillv to iViinb !ln>r..
WM anyone t Sant.
wnin in. Mrtonnm Ml ......
I i.iih- porlray.l of a b
f.mnly home at Christmas ffra .
with Mrs. Marlln assurine Ju. DETAINED AI llnsril \l
X,? "Uld COn" "'"" Th,,
Al inttrvalu in the ulnv there >''" "< K" '
tS arrives with many pres- ^'" 'I p.m.
Ha i.k.-s the children u> Sfi"^* r"
BSe The Greatest Gilt" at I loth- ','1 i
lehem. They meet man> SUM
there who have come to
"The Greatest Gift" tth| Lo' |
Jesus Christ.
Tius scene especially was rich
Three Yachts Leave
On Pleasure Cruises

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Beyond

half knot
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BUM i.i M !' \i \i:i,o
in make-up. Some girU pi ived
the role of aniiels. others aa the
three wise men, and there was
M iv. ths Bal
The last scene was at the Mar-
tina' where Sanla had gOOB on
and Toby and
left many present*.
In her address the he
said:
"Thil is a report on the worfc
of the Sehool for the year 19M.
"In the Oxford and Cambridge
General CarUncate ol Education
. ths fl
ned on lbs wbola '
good standard. There
few diSSBf ' 'be ex-

weakness in Mat W<
i rs aware t some of I
I affoel is being made to
master lhI Bis submittetl
papers In eight Ubji I
iin- tortj

may be.
isae.
"The Report of the Royal
Drawing So-iety on the VTOrtl
submitted by the Sehool in
M.ru asauninstl >" In June is
"the work t* colourful and in
igSI very promising".
SB 0rta gainiM
passes and twenty-two p.ie-1.
Only two wne belmv
in the League <>f Empiro
ScxMOb) Competition tl
entered wo.k In two
In ths Intermediate Division it
wts awarded second priSS tar
it* porters. It was unfortunate
that the work on POSb
limited to the lnlerm-i
as the best work Iton
may be and is pronlMtU
' inniois who
great keer:
planning and executing ti-eir
at ttn |*sgg 1

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At the time of 1 I Cricket
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in the opt*
red Both recrvdl
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IIUCRAIMIS \|.sl.< \Tt
SAIWBDAI DUIMIttlt I:'. IM
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Speech Day At Foundation Girls9
9 from par S
project "A Tw**cn P.ul
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at been arranged -nd givn by Mr.
vbom wg on
lifini Ihr time
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"ThB S I '- lecture to full us. I
the Junior* took I form of
queftUomuire on KM ore and dtwloptoj I ^-adjusted
ind arcldents ol
Storey of (Km K, f,.. : .v.i* t. warder! * -ml Unogh every 0rlM
flint nrlT* I"1'*** '* whoJe is lea vr mi I by
I. -*m u. "> '<"n?'hrrn "
wkomr on ou '
Ih *"" >!l .'k! S2-i5.^ ,ho -Itl
c.4nnc i<._- !.. i ,......, Ail ihi" depends was oVRlnnr. rJrt on ln f| ,.,,
pcofrm .re q..iu- unroumklent 1)Wh pm-, a Aclln, s,.r
iming their .,___._ ,-_ -, ,*,.i.
lug then
in Trench Convert-
Members of tin- Staff (oi their
readv and trUUi
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tin- .iris
dvtfll '
In'()
"About two
lauae of MnM Ml N
placed on the Curriculum with the Y7',/.; '
express purrxKp ihai tho*e wna ^ n
wntlotakeah.Bner_couwmlht. Antrob||f> As g,
not be unduly h.iid.ravprd at a jror ,,, tm. (l(,v..MllIu: ,
later date through not having wa, lrK.vl,il()ic becauaa I
some knowledup ... tlw tubjOTt. i,lv,,;v..l that tin M w,i much
(ar contact btf Vntrobw
it will be abi- to t,.fc,- a count in -ntl ,h(. School, hut n hi not on
Hygiene and Phy which has thill s,. a|onr ,(,. -,. w|an to
proved useful to manj who t."ke pav tribute to hi< Btensor*. Some
.-P Nursing ni n career. present hero today will rfm-n -
"We learn from reliable ber the condition Of the school
sources that at Queei Collegf Kiound< and the I I I
there is sixth form accommoda- School twelvi
Uon for Hm I I "* to hi- untiring'rrTVM
reached the required Htandurd. little monev at hi.i disposal. Banal
wish to take the Oersaral CertM- nf which had lo-
cate at Advanced and Scholar- the girls, the grounds were laid
ship Levels. I mantaon thta to re- out, in a short while there
lieve Parent! >.f any anxiety two tennis lawn* and a netbal
which the? have about gaining field available for use. Thia wai
admission for their children at the beginning of organized fail
Queen's College at the Higher among our school acti.
I>vel. -The Staff Quarter-. Cloak and
Games ami ..IiiIiMh-h Work Rooms ware
"Games and athletics played planned and supervised solely by
an important pan am- ;"<* *ve
rtttea daring the early part of us two bigger classroon.
.he yar. In the Snt hall ol UM increased our yearly intak*
pupils.
Helped with Hook*
"During the most difficult yean
when obtaining text book,
greed treat worry and strain on par-
ove- **n'B anv innvenience which we
ment on form., war. and he- suffered was negligible owing to
cause of that n |g pit% ih-l the ms eflorts in ordering and sup-
Nctirtii Selection CommBtea i''> " * Cm Poking
Net ball League Q
won two matcher of the six
played. In the econd hall they
were unsuccessful In winning any
of the dm) lew log Dm
game mi a whdh- it >
improve

Children's
Xmas Parly
At Ertliston
Santa Clau* ^aid an early *i-U
b i
College yesterday evening when
he students and staff of th- i'
Christmas Pa ty for
the 90 children attending the
Model School.
It was the nr*t party of Ml km
to be held at the College, and tf
is hoped that it will become ah
annual feature.
The party marked the end >'
the School term and the beglnnit
of four weeks' Christm >
The sp^ii of Gwriwiii
among staff and children who an
toyed themselves immensely.
The Hall in which oaa party wa.
held was appropriately uecorat.-o
for the occasion and from th
huge Chri'tmc Tree hung numc-
ossa gifu waiaai eu* gteai ta at
.hildren.
There were games Including
Treasure Hunt, miulc and dancin..
all of which fascinated the rh:!-
hen They were mtrispiod by ttsv'
Bg red and white costum.
of Father Christmas (Mr. Jon-i i
Ogar),
Refreshment', were served to th'_* \
cluldren. One little girl said It war
one of her happiest school day*,
he part)
86 Workers
Leave For L.S.
- w i \ i \r
li> 111. lu'l'.lU
ihiklns hindit
rnsswd.
tngBM earl* to Ihe hildren <>t Ihr Model -. hool .1 the pa-t> given far them
st 'ft of Ihr Krdkston Traehrrs Training Collate al trdlsloti. Here he Is seen
one of the children as he distributes Eifts from Ih- Xmas Tree In the bick-
houid
i.l> Uck of fore-
back we know that service wlth-
ight and understanding a* to0"1 hoP* * material rew.nl
must have been his watchword
and these words aptlv daacriba
the man as we knew him.
rncUl lA UW
I .i lhron*.

trad and i~-
. ...
I .f.re of lb*
dd u .i farewell fssii
i.iuJ W
.tern enUfUWasm by demoting.
juvt at this stage, the A team of
this School to play in the R
gasssnmsj
'The newl\-formed girls Intei -
School Athletic Association ia i meetini: it, M I
Ml.. In t meet Bg we
pletely QUtelaiseq b) the bigger
SchOOls Bt 'I.:- I
were reeeah-l There ar<* some
handioapl tvbli I
:
peting with lai li,.i.
bj a question of i.umwi. from are proud that with the Maraj
which to draw iktlled competi- demands made of them at the
rs Distance and transport from tune in mcial and admlnistiative
'vho 1 pre ert illmcultiei which duiiei thai they took time oft to
ate not alway- All com and say goodbye and to
I'us servi e
omm most noun ol the day, bul to Ihli the Cin-
ln this ana hus servi* aa are I 'i*ry Schools in
nnd accord i:. in h.uuii- ti.( I
to practlgbig nficr school "During the long vacation ex-
hotirs. Cm the other romf > rrn-r-m- were made to two chws-
by we. I mean the Qlrlg, Parents n> I "' 'he con-
and Staff-...'i paraVhool arhlch
The girls, en- increase', in numbers ra
couraged by their parents, can Ins the rlral time the Ubrary is
. i rstrated In one room where
their own and not wall until a there h freei aco
few weeks before the even! I mea even though light is
tn i,|! annuals I and] keanni I] vary p*x>r and artificial llghl often
ting hai to be resorted to.
that the girls are bodUy HI bj "Wo are deeply grateful to the
insisting on the right and ide- Qovemlng n<-i> and to our
iiuate nourishment especially on ChatrnMUl Mr. Evelvn who was
games aflarnooni Increase In ' I M Daana, for
llertlM .vnik and tune which thev
accompanied hy an Increase In gave >> heel, to ntaka cOnditatsii
mental alein.. rod- of work taader and happlei
tjiue to our bit at tbl '.' 11 aul I
"We take thl OfspOrlUnlt} b Wl BBVO l-vn told frORI
ay.iui th;.tii. to Mi Qkeate for Um at many plans.
UowMg : the aeassnl which have never earno t<. trul-
md- Uon. Thii year n .1 1
s> hool for i
itiOO tor lha Ililer-Sitlonl |'| i. > ,\ i.f the
Sports and to Mr. King foi bl New roundatton Bcbool Is placed
.o-operatlon ai I the hiith on the list of prt
frni-flnala and ftiuils of OUT Ath- capital work-."
Idles. II would l-e ail u'lder-taiernent
You have heard of our sue- to 1 awing more
cesses ond failures In the class- and more impatient and cynical
room and on the playing tattd I theaa pfOouaM and plans
but these actll Itii
only oin.s of our work here. th> | I- kip md ground and
to the mam object of aee if we have not eau
education given in the Scln-.l and spall 11 Umoa, bul where there
that is Id send init .nris who not li routh hope is blgfa so we it"
only pa bm certlflcatea which the forward Into another New yeai
t rate and n In-
who have developed balance and forced In ipiril by Ihis last
Ufa
a
he
iQlinrhloll of character,
t Intere
desire to > i powei to appreciate bt
..oas. coniuderate
nnd tote)
-Apart fTorn the daiU training |liul 0imimcmr,, nil, fcyourobl)
which c.ch girl receives theae ^ lhe oeportment and 1
of Government.
1
1 have not previously had the
l.asure of visiting this School.
nt 1 h.iw looked forward to
doing so, both beeauai
.HUilitie-
' I
ilrvel-
pn ....
..ped in the Ubrary whl ,. i)n,i because Sir Ai
iea*onni>ly g>od Mippi.v of t.k* .,t, had told ma about the norne-
and mag.-i .-'
and Handwi.ik classes, by visit, the School and that, on that ac-
'. the M11-. .in of cunt, he took time on during the
lectures on varying subjects such vnv busy period Immedlateiv !*-
m "Moi. ttory of the fore his departure fron tra
to pay tht School .. farewell vtell
that the
greater part of the credit
noticeabU atm"sph<*i-
ciency. energv and < '"illness in
trens. Mi^ Hi
think I am fight
served on Un

1 tn i
-.
11
from the b U" 1

ig over a Ion.:
'
Headmistress
as Miss InoJ -
"I WOoM

ing Ottt of the !!.
port fir*
that the examina'
general weakness in
Mathematics. Report* on two
other Girls' School- by '
torate of the I
ment. which I ha
show thai
1 tn this
part of my
purpose this af:>
causes and remediea, hut it i^
claw that a .
:- bring abou' a
marked In For I am
confidant thai tin
will respond if thaq
the right
til much

0 .'it".

.
that Mathematics
*
much Wl rl ' bj tl I
teiicher. aril questions
.hi of the
class in a mumbling ttu
Is no good at all Mathematics
ran h- made inter
up to the teachers, h. ItM
. u personality, and hu-
huh I regard I
aathe life

stimulate keenness among the
purils
1 noted the nil
team aomoss/bat
and fear that 1 nn poaltl
-
fioni giving ndvice in the mstter
(.ratitied
"I was ,
at true b.
Headmistress lias not fa
the BTT01 of suuposing 1
s the fgartnnfni
of educat
r 1. i
.
eat in Lil
Iluaaui
^n<\ turn out
. ind the
Island wdl alike be proud.
"If 1 wei ilss's shoos
I the frustration
which she feels at the long delay
In effecting much needed major
and improvements to
, aol when aha
In the Capital Estimatr-t
l
edly compare her lot with th.it
of a tra\. h Met, who
sees an oasis ahead and. when
she appf" 1 srera it >
. . ontv and to have re-
in into the distance.
!., tasRHRM to *he C. |
I must ment
there It anothej a of Uw 1
ture. Ill the fir I phtCI
I mon in
S2.00U.U0O out of a tot... I
tine Hialgt-t Ol |UBt over $12,000-
' aside for Educa-
tion No one can sav. .'.!. I
i convtouon, thut the
Harhados Government it niggard!',
In regard to cxpenditur.
cation, and the percentage of trie
total lludget that Is si*nt On
-i as compared v. ith
Medical and Health lai
I am Informed noticea:
In Barbados than in Jamnra c.r
tea
Ing large capital sums 0)
I. expenditure no
?til the Si 'i
1 staffed, and II
i. i urreni .-x-
penditure. And Hint means an
increased burden or: lha '
i
the Five v. n Plan, "contrary to
. vernment
has no funds other than thoio
iiiird by tin people themselves,
M United Kingdom" It was
.der to ***p the extra
Annually Hecutront Lxpcndilun
within limits which the Island
could afford, that the amount
made available f>
dlture on Secondary Schools had
t" i* kep- ono in the
Plan. It bj now up to
ntton and his

I do not
:n<- -i \ -
eial chools will bO swarming
round with tholi claims like bee*
and 0 honevi-.mil. I do hope,
of the
' "o Foundation Schools will be
I- 'icy tin-

"Finaii- i .mould ujta t.. tanaal
the exhortation
yeatCrdav at the Agrteuitui il ind

to all of sou wl
whether Board of Governors, staff,
I uplls or parents, to make Bar*
. lutlful and hap-
pier place to live In throughout
Coronation year, which is now
almost upon us. by Ming '<> it
II , your houses and spots are
k and fpan. by planting
ind shrubs in your gar-
dens, and by setting personal
examples of unfailing good man-
. hear fid *i..-iwiii .v
tnc Kxhibttion I
I ii' sure that the Uueen would
wish for no finer tribute Lag
Christ Church, with this fine
i .ot of inspiration,
lead Um arey. il>" ''"' wwild
request the Board ol Q< i
give lb. School a full holkdav.
without homework. In honour of
h Day-
Eighty six Barbadians U ft Sea-
wall yesterday morning m two
hatches by Resort An lim-s for thi
ISA. to work for. the Florida
Fruit and Vegetable Association
under a six months' contract
Another botch comprising 46
Il due to leave to-day.
Mr S W Tyler. Director of
Special Services for Hesort Air-
arrived on Wednesday
to accompany the men to Florida
wil! be returning to the L' S.A. to-
Ra told the Aduaeoifo thai the
workers' principal duties would Ik
to pick citrus and added that at
thi i iplraUon oi then .ontracl on
June 30. most of the satisfactory
workers would have additional
work and the opportunity to go to
the -i id-wo u for the pur-
iptng can and ;
.ng the auti
Tie said that theae 132 men
would make a total of approxim-
itelv firm Barbadians now em-
i loved it ,rk in the
USA.
UNTIL DEC. 14th ^
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J of
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On children's cuts,
scratches and
abrasions
use
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1/ Coronation
BARBADOS AHWK'All
' \l.l -I \ I '.
CHILD HELD IN ATTIC FOR 8 YEARS
Col
the
year
tion
to H.
Mr. I
atatiiti.i
nlartai
aurvay
ward !
ordlna'
matho
coloni.
Ha .
the o
makn
oltn
dard
(Fr.iln Our Owl < .in. ^h.ihI.-mi I
H I' St.....
I who among

nt a gift m :
1 Mi M:ss ------------------------------------------------------
i lobe

tdiuna
. with

\\ omao Fined
ll !
For \\ ounding


* at !;
Belie aen ml Ermie
SI. Mi-
. lid iii L'l

I f hHd
Kin)
':,! Sutio
'
night
I
'rom i the court that while
'
i
and I*
no buu-

.

with the
.. i.
thai
;:
round on
ihe hca-i ;
also several
( ContVri'iH'r I'Jids
from pace I


trim."
I'nUed -Males and Wot Euro-
e o( thli plan will
on .i* possible.
'
i
i

I,!,,
It|
..,.-

1 ^ wio .
"Fn ...> ..tin

The Role of -

K. Mclntyre who
Vincent to take
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carliilr Bay
of CUj Magi
Friday mornini 11
t S ,
lid on the head was
TtS?Z V '

is n outbreak of Foot M v< I li ON nOMi
. I 'i Ique.
nent of Dominica ' r old Bthctbert
of i
Baaa does not apread t<. Michael wa y< i
" in livestock island. hond for sin months in the sum
twenty peaetnfen who
by schooner Dro
in sntDni..y -rare dlatn- r" N f
at the t LaStom.s Ix-fr.i.
.lowed to move on, This Miller was iaen walkJn
on had to be taken
hi that thi "-I. iv Pol
\NBIV\l .
". PARTI BIS

i

.
-
Scawcll
i.i r tun li. n. .. i ,
f l-u.rla Ki...
.. iri.u.d
ll ITH
a
... i ^

H i


K i...... M.I..,
I
Of the llrldf.
- '
DOW he got the
u unable to give
. in itmn.
Granted Letter*
Of A
I .. !
more Kr.it.l-.
: Enid Di Silve
Ifounl i tilt, m i
.
to annexe to the
, eatate "f Jiut i>.i si.
Id In- tragic". His Hon-
1
Ftvik h
' '
i-f traveUei
islands will contj
i; certain thai
been wiped

trail i

of pea ,.
at unauthorised point*, of
The Administrator has
' public
ItM govern-
bt's t-iloru to stop tin
lie king.
V. n.
I
t""; hiii
em of i
I. Mid eel, and
hcity of Uveet
the
wearance Math
W Queen** Park
RTork of cUarti . I', ik
the ex hi I .-.. i.....
erday n wsto
kly clM
dtamantling atalli
l work wa completed b
Park House was soon
ored of the nhi

! band stand,
xhibits of ground provisions,

kly Mild and exhll
kctors and otlicr types of cn-
wcre taken away.
Cattle and poultry were taken
. the park on Thli: .
im>i.f i ( w
tl i
177.3 or EXCHANGE
Ma
M voaK in...i
I TO )-. p.
t
l ..!!.

U >'. lit
1
I \s MH
Onrl.dt.f \.lnalU'id>

Kishl DnlU
'

1 luaea, His Lordship
rce absolute in the
lull of I. Blrkett, peUUoi 11
c m Blrkett, reapondent,
.imed on
Mr. w .
i i if ft t

His Lor
mU in the Mil K U Moo, also
, K. Murj
I hy), re-
onounced
nd G < Auatln, ies[ondcnt.
nounced on
' U
Barveal Festival
At Bethel

i b

11 a.m. the orvtea v". ill
I
. .
Sunday School will n
I
7 p.m.. the Rev. T. J. r .
conduct 11
7 p.m. the H !>
. .
ducted i>v liev. Ceuraje Mai .'
of SpelfM
RMM, wmm A MMaj BacrbU Suan.. ol Bad Scjcbcj. Haw
lihl w, of her Ufa locked la a aaull attic room. lllaVlanOa^blnh
b, her nlhcr. the child wclahcd only U pound?wa, a ataU
a>d coald not wane oMalk e ,0UIid by UrUh Zon. aaSSlSS
l???^**- *""* hd for ncglcet. flafaraalioaa! Itadiovaow;
I aceine I .* I'ur Cattle Diseotte
e) 'rom pjjee 1

deaths. Lai
redud
I

fected an
wen la ilata t caaea.


'
ing tron
Among '

m Mai
Unique, but Iron




have all
Into the territory
Dr. Prov. rl

'
In the
Island.
I
Executive Commltt

ruj in iins

A llllll I
I t or airport in a pi
hibited
tor of A i i
b rurthei
w
I
this laland without i
uf the Inapector of Ami
I
. ..

COU11
(b) any i
has been in
le nr thine
n
thing bt< 'i
has beet
1 .
any | t! i i .i
|..
ceding i
fan aii aft
used '
< . ;


Ired
hole range

i|ilCS.
noi potii lea

Um "> if Uvlni yhoi.ui
.
I | | ictivi
'
ptoyment and
|if !,.
m should



1
I H I '.!, '
i mtei ..J .
i partlrularh tin
Bteta IWi
and eaf nai oi
Bk ^
ternal belancr must be Ike I i

Oovernmenl the ommunlque
me II

.I.-, wtth
'
hall of this >. ... Hut they have

i
I i
I

on Uv n
of .di alerlini

.....aank reeoui i
.1. tin refore be
i
i
provemenl
nee of |
Tht. "ii'' unique polnti ...it thai
i
has on u Ion been In
..
inent kind which
overt tries' r<.....n
it.- i. the


i


effort t> mi capi-

ment pr. ,
trj awvotet an edequate. part oi n*
I drvelop-
nient pee
f i apltal from the
K
la rath, i
mined to
will encc
ment In uv
r K i .. m


M
The Conh


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' nf rar-
i'ilv devrloplnj co
plus ..| -lu.rt....,
< I'll I I M

at trud
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17^:
I!

'
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' makaj
taeae

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|
*rmii m ti- m n i \
h-n, I.KlJaal
I
and f.'de
The I'll
'
the .
recognise
., ,
I
rJevi '
. I ,
N\ aniinr To Britid
\*u>|iuptr Imluslrv
a> from paitr |
the United SUb
1 ' -<' i hance ul
i lied un
raw mati i .
round.
A s Commit-


a good quahtj pap> r be i
from bagaasc. but ||

rried oul b the
U S National Bun
i
...
ndard newi
pniii PnnUng i.
mi by
l
pan

va i
i
nl newaprinl but blend-
M other pulp it i
..I.!.
r
Ui.
nl.i. Ill


w..
.....
Ashwoea, ii
i .i i
. ..
I
, i improve
d, living
which la n>
(..I furthci ceon......
|-'|Mll..-

rii. i

'.ii own internal
-
ir SOIind 'lev. I"|
ment" vill be maintained but thi*
,. ipei
a i with >
nb i foi
ii ufai lure ( i
Phc supply ol
i ample to tak>
of all ii.......i new piini M
Mr. Curl
' ''
U s teal and add*: "The
pai hi ..|h
n area
we do .ii uh
avallabla In
i
beai........ undoubted.) the
State, will." n i i*

.m t-lila

.., rti'M. Mm

i
i \ : '
Brattiwi
.

Bridgetown
"A Mm City''
m from pae*
I

I
.unity of
.
i' would i>,
and woul I i
n Sunday.
I .
the unii'i

the -I
ctnatlng
i
i -
to BOAl i ' '

lion
Hiving evi e to the

KLM makes me fee/
like a million!"
Bveryone vfao I 1-1 M.....led like
milliMu" ii/mn bul light ItOW, low ThlifI
I'.ui-s i inpli.t i/i thai li'lin,: "I well I
op i.i sum) un round trip ... Kurope
THRIFT SEASON NOV. 1 to APRIL 1
An] Ma] v,i look at It, rhrifl ft i on La thai porfaci
inn>. Iom; it Borope Bud] ei-wka I
wine . unliniii'-il I haaln
i-nt nisi .'vrvthiiiii i-in lull i i that trip
of n liMiu.i- nm l Ki M in urop
KIM offers oil this with Thrill Season Savings
* I llgkle weekl] freaa Ike I irtkheaa
* iTumr tl.....limn in aBMfaeea.......
MaepA'i "n,i -i"i"....... rsllakle
* Mapevera an reata ..i ae aatra fan
* leaerleea......tad IX > * He lai.p BBd l-m. |
from on* to anoint
ft A 1
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1953
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r the Barbados (Joveriinwnl Training
.....I UM Ut.vrintn.nt I Klm.iT.Uiry > '1
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ham ln.t.- (in to follow course "I "rainin*; in the Educa-
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i ii in M I'i.i-. Ma^UnQoi la 'he Director of
t later than the 10th of January. MS.
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Applications are Invltud, under the Barbados QOVt
lufl S-luine. from sulldble C.indnlates m Ih.- l'ublu- Semie. fur one
1) Male Scholarship and one (I) Female Scholarship, lor Km. I I
years training in Mental Nursing commencing (subject to satisfacloiv
arrangements being made for acecptancc of the candidates I ^iip"
pruite Hospitals In the United Kingdom) in September. 1953.
Candidates, who ure registered locally and who have had pievious
experience in Meni;il or (Icm-ul Nursing will be pTtrfa
The siutessful completion of training in the United Kiii.tlmti
will quality the persons concerned for promotion to th
BtntiBf |'^t- provided their service after remin from n.iuilng is
tory.
Application^ giving age, qualifications nn,t pic
should In- forw.u.le.l !.. the Director of Med.'.il SmTI '
m nut later than 10th Januarv, IMS.
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Subordinate Staff Study t'attrae*
Applications are itivllc.l under the traWDfadOfj QtrVtrnnatnt Train-
ing Scheme from gMttlban Of tho subordinate staff ( UM G
for places on a special two Hi three year course of.
Evening Institute ksicllni lO Ihe General Ccitillcale of Education at
ordinary level in any three of the following subnets:
English. Mathematics. 1-atin, French. Spanish. History and
Cengraphy.
Applications stating age. prrsenl appointn^en'
-laiidard and the subjects wbn t to sludy should be sub-
mitted to the Director oi Education SO Id to icach bin not i ter than
tde toth January. if^3
6.i2.52-2n.
Hursarle* for Seeand.,ry School Teaching SUfl
An amount of 53.000 is available under the Government Training
Scheme to provide assistance during the academic year 195.7 53 for
unitary school masters and nsn^NgMI WOO art uildorgOUlg training
h the approval of their Govcning Bodies.
Governing BodMa are mvit-id to forward to the Dtfavlor of
Kduealton so as to reach ham rint later than the loili .lanuaiy, !! i
Pplieatlons for assistance from members of their teaching staff.
Printed application forms .re ivalUMl at the Department of
Education
I.II.H- >
..turns are invited, under Ihe Baibadoa Government Tiain-
ing Scheme, from local Nurses for a Sili-...iship t ..iimnin mg <-ub-
i.i' air*'iiienrnts being made for aeeeptame oi (h.
hi .it-i .i.|,M.i\.- Hocpltal in the United K.ng-
.....". Ia3. to undergo sinl.ble :i.MtnnK. !> qualtf* for
'ion and Sister Tutor at the Mental Hospital.
t. arm be required.
t ic ..is. m General Nursing leading
pn If nit BjlRrjd))) eligible for registip-
.I the I'nited K'.
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Ud d m afsoa and then p nd
to tii for Slater T itoi Cartlooate,
The iniiumum tdui ational ipjallflcation will be a pass in the
-tifteute or equivalent examif
clicihle foi raglatratlon In Ihe United King.
I Nuoing
| raflarrid
Applications giving age. qualiUcations and ] partonoOi
iit.il to 'he l)irer!o* bo as to
tn llic 10th Jann.tiv. 1953.
6 U M tn.
Ooe-TOH MgAaaaa OaasWal "f Training in the -p.. i.tll-.il
li-.olilin; of barkward and retarded ihtldrrn
. mdar '.he Darba I Oow ml Train-
, ii D r.overnment Kler. nlai ,- S.
ibla ..t the Univeralt) >f London Inaclhita of
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Teachers' Scholarships to the tnlvr-r-.lt, toller.- of Ihe West Indies
Applh ii hini oi Ihrag ymnf duration at the
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Govcrni'i. Teachers in the Government
Service who ( ijilcteri n
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Api> rfl passed the London ttatrktUJ
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tii then applioatloni Thaj should conault ttv
Book of tl i ollaaW "i " w.-.t in ills, and Uaati bail bl
ppJfcalion the nibjecta Ihoy i i ad during
their Ana) dh |TM lltfJB. No course will tie appro
pplteanl iindotiakai to road as one of his dag M Iha-
i | Mathematics (Applied). Vh\-
nod "i;'1 fallura I at the
.iMiination for Ihi n
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AppU h i
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fi 12 522n.
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have completed their training at 'he
General Hospital foi four scholarahipi commencing (subjoct
I-I -'ii;-.t,,,( (wing mnde for acceptance ol the
appropriate flnaiillaU in the United Kim
1933.
The purpoaa of these schol.usbips || til). United
in General Nurmng ;,m\ Midwifery and to
gain up United ICingdom Hospitals bafore raturrdni to
Barbados when v. ill he eligible f,.i appoint-
1 'i rpitaJ u staff Nurses or Charaa
and ...:... i' tin- time M theju return.
Applications, giving age. qualillcati,,iis and previ -,
.houlii he forwarded M the Director of M.
reach him not later than 10th January. 1953.
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froaa Barbados will be eonaidereti pfrOVhatd that re-mest, for
' ii reach the MUnstiv I>eforr the
md of 1952 and that
UNIVERSITY OP LONDON
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:ht title i>. hi* >titinc po.nu
Sl'KPKIM li I \ I \
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ANOTHER CKITIC
HARRY DUNN anoUMr cilth
quails pllmentarj ol
Hi .' '
display. Germiune has forced
if into lights wrtfl Pl-n-
r.ei ml a contest for
h RnglxhiiK.ii Frankle John
: ...
I closely that Ki.inkic Johnson, Ihe
i ding tu Irfimlou reports
:. January 2 and is listed
erownwhich i* now vacant
i tanneryOeortfe Barne* Atxtrn-
i h
Ms ii; \i.i\s BATTING MM)
AtfsO i...... who
| ring South African tram last
beam fa the S* and Te1
34
I Lraluui Ki Bgnln I the South Africans at Syd-
H rl On I3H fm the st-coiirf wicket
trlbutlng M7.
that be Men to have de-
' ided n ptnei Sy,( Harm- it , quite hkelv that
(MM! to partnei Arthur Morris
a ii. Hum batsman at leaat.
B.I A.-IU.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY
THE AM \ B.I i fljrturt which opened at Kensington
I' nil] n n cm be red
dismissed for 81 and up to clone the B.C.A. had
leal foiu II iuna.
i klndei weather to-day and the n.ci. will
in dismissing th,. three Internationals, Wfal-
cotl Mai ha
In a I to an Intonating daj of cricket

|>A\ IS ( II' I'Hl.lWI.ATlONS
T^HF. most atel i tl iporting world, tbe centre
* court at Memorial Drive, A laloldfl whara th,- Davis cup chal-
icnita round will be pla>.-,_, at the and ol next month, bj raaenlng
TOUR Or ENOLANDS LEADINO CRICKETING STARS
League Cricket Notes
By SCUBBLSR
Boys Clubs
Slaiiii.n.t pi re I tH
lei the Anal serfc n the u> .. (
division ut the Laagn and re-l
corded the noteworlh} leal ol ,
aconnjc an buUngB victory against i.. i,'
aii Saints. With thi. victory V
'' "bUahad van Irons ;, "". ; .- .
claims to Uiacnampionsnipofth",dl
division. Ttirr,- Ii at present no
news of the resuh
and St. John baptist flame.
CMluiie is still much In the run-
bing for th' championship.
Btaodard lost the toss and were
sent to tht wu-ki't. in just over
two hours Uiey had acorod IM
runa in hn i | I U IbUUng to
this total v/ara Omlihrust 44. n.
Btrakar *2 and e. Hind i
All Suints. J. Hock look 4 for 16
In their nist innings All Saints
fared badly against the attack
of Goodrldge und Greaves and
wire all out for 20 runs. Good-
ridge during the course <>t the in-
nings had an analysis of S for 0
runs and ended with 5 for 4.
Praavaa took 4 for 10.
Asked to follow on, All Batata
again ran into difficulties and
could only double their first in-
lungs score, with a total of
.

nix day. i u.-

l
Urn Boon and batting
SO of this
UM .1 0 Si.I it i.e Ol U
i itLii, bal
with 2" tu his < '.lit. Fm
Smart look 1 oi 6, Bon
and Dlackmai .t tot h.


Ol name, in tin, DivWon Ul tbhtcfa
Greens and George Park meet.
"f thla match can there-
I the championship of tl
division.
Kadclifle Ahead
Radclifl
HO* to give up until Uu
'i won or lost.
their Ham,- againsl Itellulu i on.
in which the. should
of victory.
n played
i>est can
i

tiland has

1
- to make
most h*rd>
November.
pet tura w km
Leu Hut ton puts
, I>al and
i of the
iH.il 1
Australians.
Al looks '-ii-''
rticri ivihon.

ihe |i ft ol flats

.: is win*
i
laabla.
The Secret
aiiiliialkm reveals
Oval 't
Oval of

el
him with .. cricketing back-
on thousih
it Hutton. [I

n includes
t- > r .
Alw Uedser and
Jim Laker, In (act, then
proCaaatonal m
tru* side^actor Jack Warner.
1 I lure into
and while the rest of
the team
had to learn t.
dialogue,
"Ihimmy" Runs
e of 'dummy* runs
I.en told th* real of the players
Ing raom '> wicket

In these
holiday Shoes
Whilr N\I.jii HH-.h SanduU
wilh low Mif hl- *ni
Hag bucks.
Newman's Polka Uol San-
dals. Shell t'.iurl ivilh cross
over straps in \vo\en brocade.
Low miff heels. SomelbiiiK
realh smarl for Ihe season
Per Pair
what to do. He summed it up
A lot easier than
tort and better paid.
is chicken feed

and Millar,
Of I bo says : They

i fust and wen duced, and the
11 oul I biting of Ihe surrounding
ii,, i. ...ni']. the gas-works and al
moat realistic."
the dismissal] "II Is so good that I went
!'ll*', ths ol ipeelal attention, our correspomieVit ^ Thompson" ionot out "and W' Ul'
: K n itad OJ a team of experul l* w ihe only bntsmen to reach |Club bate
i only one ha!-
with a '
.: i a
ok 7 .ck-1 *
eta for fl runs. Al the Ut the task of
play Boys Club had lost l-.vov i k- ;'''unn Irst innin,; .. ,
" Wen went lluUon ,1 ZhS '
In the Central Divl I and attwlBt?llald -ErSS^Jn.
13 C Rogerj 16, Belle n
i. Fa
BeUMd left arm spuuier, baa
M to my own .lotlies hangw.
\hI as I walked nut on the Held
Test Match atmosphere
. to ba right there."
Ol the real action cricket
but
v. ill
led by i
ble ol
ii repute, I'm.i.^sor H. C Trum-| double figures
fl He Agricultural Research Institute. Once again It wns the bowling
, Elgin pi lice court spared, but the linnlists will I of Goodrldge which i
:ill be sll >* I brief pn lie. on tin centra court. Two prellminarv ; Ail Saints batsmen. In this m-
1 UM ^ .....ne will be held on i-nlngs he took 1 for 20. thus
nisation including the new iln-- .chieving ,i mat, h ,.r..,l..
their game against
i '
Greens WOfl al the II ..
ii i 8a i St inn
look 3 for ii and J. ii
5. Game Forfeited
In their turn al the -Ticket B kg up o
lub bats ware
and with Me Coll Rua si llaruabas
way with 38, IiTJ Sg | hill
Ifeadley 17 the total reached 159. points go to RaUW
Greens havi 14. S
runs In their second innings.. 23 for the loss of tl Ufa
There a something else which
will make the English fan gasp.
Hutton and Washhrook go out to
face an Australian total of 620
for seven. Quips Len: "This is
Stiudas '" ri8hl for ,he "un. but I hope
It wont ba like that do* year?
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SIMiE H65BEEN HERE^OCULISTS SKSN)^
sible. On the Other I I
Club havi
I took first innings 1(
. :
itotl or roui
' une equal on i 0
Up to the ting there
been no official repot I
AUSTRAUA\ XI rs S. A1K1C t \.s
_ -HOW
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AiC-RAlD V.ARCI
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..iFHES HORTED CAUSE ^
IB SMED rjONT KNOW HlsA
T.,' An' he locks like a ,
.1 LEFTOVER FROA\ A "
>v HOLLVlJOOO MAL-
yLpWEEN PAOTy^l
nd ; vs. Bordeaux match
Feats
W. Clarke of Hangers has
totalled S37 runs roc the season.
I>. Hayes of Liberty has scored
1 J.J. M. Greaves of Standard 187.
; H. uoodridga of New Standard has
I taken fil wickets during the seas-
on. M. Hope of Liberty has taken
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The bulk of Ufa
wai upplfa i ... penlng i*'
ii prob-
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the Second Test side and Graeme
Hole who shared
partnership ,if !: 11
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nar, bath I ?.\ houn
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Hutton, Compton, Star In "Final Test
TThev Meet Australia In Cricket Film
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M RPRISI l IA I N Ills OWN
T'ilr it-year-old
Germ -i hi
. tlic .ill round
iiv i producod
i hi .inch
w a '
.LikjlOf by the'
the iiiuod
.1 feus io'j n

.v througn
ivoget] toufht
ill iiKtu hand
buckled th<* ninth irniun
gad nO H
dotted
tl I tbl I *3f :il any
..- in danger ol bring
by Mikua.H
CRITIC
..Mother CTtlH
i equally com pi imeafary of
B) hi- first
maiae ha forced
;hU with Plan-
r
: wiq Ltagllahman Fran! U #eoa
\NOTHKK
IIAltltY DUNN
Kilt (.1 KM \N
B
hi
I i. hy not been
i .1 1 mkta Johnooo, the
OCdUng lo I-ondnn rojportl
i :.i in ad i* lined
orown -which IB now vacant
In- Frankl HannrrvGeorge Harnr* Aii'tr.i-
M sTIt \l.lVs HATTING -FIND*
A Colin McDonald who
1 tiring South African team laol
Mi- Sec,mil TOO!
. btl 24,
i < iiii- South Africans at Syd-
irl on 136 for the second wicket
in** 97
thai be boi n to have de-
II IS <(llitc likely thiif
I''' partnn Arthur Morris
l
League Cricket Notes

Soandai i pi i'l'-i its Umm rum
in iha tool mhi n ih' i
OOTlOHfl Of the league
tordrd the nod wont a
BCOrlni an Inning*. vi< toi I
With ttlil vn
mbtisbed eon 0
chiun '. the champion-ship of lit.
division. There Is at p i
HM i inn tm lone
and St. John baptutt gain*
Cyclone in Mill much In the- run
ning for tbti championship
By SCMJBBU R
lto>s ( lulls
I luba in in- Cor*
dlVUUOOJ had an
ting daj lo tut- l
dii talon Bo) Club in" Ubert i


Boys could only raJae 10. "f IBU

ith 20 l l
of oonwa in this DWkkai m which

I thai match v u
i the* ch;impi"'.
dlfknoi
Radcliffc Ahead
RadjcUffi
not to ghrc up until :

in which Ihcy should i
iclory.
. n n parfactlj
-n j>r
nest tan

1

. .. .'
OBtnta.
,. is something to make
.'ven the rno*t hardy tftcKOV
lovcr gaep In
a ith 0*
freezing point, LM Mutton DUtt

comes down U
ion to bat Of
Australian!.
A. ., loofa I !l>c 0 .
I-


natch)
atonal
..ible.
The Secret
But doom aaagalnataoi

n Wit the Owl
.. 1< .'T UNI
..... Final TranV
Ung back-

Then lion thouuh
bout Hutton, II
In the Htm ha playi himself.
. includei
QQdfrO* Evans,
Aloe Bedser and
.

J/M k W.i. tier.
-ture Into
I
V he has
had to loam twoivo iages of
"Ifiinum" Kuus
Alter ;i uifi>;.- i>f ciuminy* runs
Lon told the part of the players
from dressing room to wicket
what to do. He summed it up
"A lot oaotor than
:
nken feed
i i with racing Undwall
Of the att, bo aays \ They
I -ing room
In these
holiday Shoes
Wliilr S\ Un int-sh SanduK
uiih i.iw **ig hmm "*
-Iiii-. Ilh I-
Nrwnwn'n IV.Ika Dol San-
rials Shell Courl with cross
uvrr Hlraps in wn\rn brocade.
Low wi-dilr heels. SomelhiiiE
rralh smart for Ihe season
Per Pair
T"
li( \ -m l. QAME CONTDOJES TO-DAV
E ANNUAL i' It will b.- rcmemlHTCd
ti.ni the nri. were dlemlaaed Ioi in and up to clooo t"e li.c.A had
hl four duick wukets for 21 runs.
i klndei woathor lo-day and Ihe B.c.t.. will
have thru hand! Mllod U) dtanUeang th,- thrre International''. WaU
cofl M - i k( i
Ung da) Of crii'ket
l> WIS CUP I'KF.PAKATIONS
*TMIF. i lutri In th.- porting world, the centre
a court at Mi rnorl Ldola da arboro Iha Uavis cup chal-
t l ol DOXl nmiith. i5 reaching
i siktiijI Htlention, our correspondent
i [tad by ii team of expert*
ropute Ih-ajaaaot h c. Trum-
'.'. \ ill ; -i Ron greh Inatltuto.
Eiiih' 1- iwi being proparod. but tIn
.
.

th*
nt 11
.11 b- in-
far. A full dtrOM on,- will'tie held oil,
ition including Iha now eJac-
aMaodard loal thr ton and m >
.sent It> Iti* wtckOt. In lUit ov.r
tfro hours they had OOOTOd LM
runs in frae st>k>. Contributing to
this total wen- CmillhrurU 44. P.
Straker 42 and E. Hind.. 3;. For
All Saints. J Hock took 4 for 16.
In tbafaT first innings All Saint-
fared badly against the attack
of Qoodrldga ..nd Greaves and
were .ill out for 20 runs. Goo.1-
rldge during the COtino of the in-
nings bad an analysis of S for 0
runs and ended with "> for 4.
GlOOVI I took 4 for 10,
Aakad to follow on, ah Balnti
again ran into iliilln.
roiilrl only double their first m-
liiic- score, with a total of 40.
Thompson 16 not out and Welch
14 were the only hntsmen to reach
double figures.
Once again it was the bowling
finalists will, of Goodridge which routed Iha
preliminary All Saints batsmen. In thb in*
> i -" ii < ,i ii. r ui t.i-i< i t > ,. .......--
I 2 for 6 Hoi
.... IK .1 IO iii.i,. th,. .._(.. __>.._.......>,.ml*.
n 1 OdlM 0d
the
and
ings he took
chleving a match
or 24. I. ThonipM.
for 2.
analya
thw
,r II
Dyal in \sei- the Ui \ anory, tho gas-works and
to reai: .,. ,< |j In,st realistic."
all it la ao nood that I iranl
i. Belli M to mj own ci-iiiies hangar,
I overs and Ami u I fralkod out on '
3 '"' '" "> 'I overs, Mthe Test Match atmospliviv
ld. i to bo right there."
' .**.***'*. .f I s"'"- Of Om real action e.ickct
ck" K JJULf. 'iIIT*5 .'T1 wflldl'll COBIO fnim newsreels. but
they accomplished and then went i,.,.,.,,, ,,,,, ,hKrfi.
k-
ll,i i"|| Do Ii I vcrv rime
x >\*l: : --. '--."
' WHdS HERE! CJOOD \ "'
ol'smedlev? hows a
bov? voo look great.'
-oho- voij don't know
a, huh? outa sk3ht
oota mind! come oh-
in Give a ,. i were both air raid
fX_ WARDENS- NOW DO
V Vfy you KNOW A" ?
^_..s_ By Jimmy Hallo
^Vhemishtas well plav
"60ESS WHO'WilH A PAIL
' over his head as them
, glasses- and he just *
. grew the whiskers
since hes been here ,
HOW
AREyCu'-ER-
AlRRAlD WARDENS,
EH' UH-I SEEM7
To REME4ISEC ( -

5

/OUR eOATEE-/ o
\ NOW LET MB A f
v~, THiNK-j-^ V
' 1
V HES HURTED CAUSE
SMED ECNT KNOW I
. AN'HE LOOKS LIKE
{ LEFTCWER FROM '
HOLLVUJCOD HAL
LOWEEN PARTV
K
Them BEER BOTTLE
Bifocals cover
SO MUCH TERRiTORX
IPONTKVkiw if he's
A MAN OR AN -r--
OCULISTS SIGN )A
nd Dlackmai I Im 8

also round inn iwlllna .1
mattai ind "i '. on,
Hayi
,:.., 1 ...... .
.
Um club had loal Iwo w
hi Hi.
a i'"St ? ,corS I open the England Innlnia
'.l;:.,ll,.lj!L*ia..
-.A^Sa'ir''l-rL-'-i!!
In their turn at the i.l.ii Hoys By not turning up on Sundav ''" r,ght ,for.lhe Alm* bul X hopo
Club i-at*. were fa :, ll " l>0 '" lr"" next yoar."
nd with M< i.(..s
way with 38. 1* Ihe game and full -__________
i tin-
,;"-' I afora l cannot au what is
wkfttotj tho axact poaltloii Howovor if
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B KBU-r. \I>\i*\Tl -VTI %  ; •; ""-' B^ADpS^dl ADVfcffE "" %M\ <.t IllKII SIMON 11 1* ( AHIIIIU \> I 0>I>IISM0\ -* Wo: \OBODYS Tin* >lan Who Libelled DIARY Kiii*> George \ %  C". cnabcc .** rf tfccce pitas Drf **MMnm. %  Ai the a-*rc TV* tnfie n> -.rac* MK tW docs r#ver trmd a iaacfccr Sne n %  "** ***dd)aa ofl U ..... -. i i-i-i -itrr '%  oH rtftt%  fcacfc. I m-uodH wtwtfaa tbe Kbeep t %  taNjM ens From Britain Hy \mmzhmm J*>_<^. tMssl Wee I-yrar ccada of %  Nil nt.%  %  fend %  — '. nt a *farm **r*r~ %  -rmpottderr. %  % %  .-.. mem:M*r: • -..Frd*> —? %  podC. porch erected lor • -: enclosure m the cenire oi i MM MMta TM louataMi • %  pa %  • %  the ww i*t I— IM A: • :--• : mg Krcth eketne bulbs ;r.sei **: %  -.. %  ^ ,-_,: ., • ., %  .. -„• •rcfeiray Secked %  i paaetra%  rose l eaves ltd to small office -*r %  %  S r~m I—' %  E *BT • !_S pr . -.-< OBMB -v %  •,• %  praaMB doorstep beware >\neighbour* %  x of UMK bits of (vow-spun inlii M %  *cbocJbcT to loner o ttoew ieorstep'! ~ %  %  placed or %  -< %  ;%  :. •. %  For ull <..\HI>h\*. [tUi G*BM> • 1.WI l\l Hi %  %  <-• x v ' MH It HUMCO IT • i. ft I'll (.HER & CO. BtXlKIIH IM WE HAVL VOI R EVENING SCH9 lour i>nrr •! t .^ !.,. suck n •IN"'!* JXCKtT* mn ^4 T u pi n l %  Rf>< PVNTS b" nRf< SHITS 1 M NTNC k MIIIIIIM. follr a'.tj FROM HIRI> ;.. UK T I [ S AlMfKU I \ I SIXC Mlk\ lla (Mil A (O.. L|l. DM I M BREAD CAKE5 r*HM • MMka Mapi :-.r •OMM Mfl fiMlMN! *I*W IB w W r\\ x*i vu v T PK W> A*r^ pMBk %  A ^ >MB n. MK l*rM 1MB HA ft. r -iMtB. 1B*B *> •* >l MMtB1 St iH BS KM. M 1 r* %  MSB V<*K. *!*j Km m 1 *ftl * v v iv> MTBMBI Ml 0? • ?M smrk Order Early-GODDARDS



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SATURDAY l>l< I Ml;i i. BARBADOS x I v %  Ml PAfiF. FIVE Speech Day At Foundation Girls' School Act. Governor And Mrs. Turner Attend Ing the remark by tl lion Girls' School. Mi>s H ii-.i-. „ %  tha %  'day that jt would be an ui %  ui cynical about the pram r-iained unfulfilled ,ici: \'\,v, His Excellency the A R. N Turner, put up a defence For tl Turner ulri that no on* Fin' Thefts Ro/torled %  ..= !" l !" ^ ,., ever, that when the DJ %  Education u* his Board we i %  at ihttr diipoaal, the t, M-. T.„.. n I St 1. J? .> ; r also prc i and distributed the prim*. hi B His f.xrcilency then gave hi address and Mr. Q. [', Y nan of the Governing hotly Dicemlter II. of the school moved the vote of C thanks bulr of the upper and hl bicycle which he valued at $6U middle s,!.!.-! rendered four > %  tonga, and • play en! %  •. • (";,(, %  • srrltten by J B The Play The play Opened with Mrs. Martin's children Toby (Diane Williams) and Jane, i I i\ \t:i:ii ot mr\r eminent was r.iStfanliv %  oar's, estimates n Budget of just over $12,000,000 has been -el aside for Bduceti He added that he hoped how"" Results Of Pitman's Exam %  M M Rock TYI'fcWRITlM. I I meni irt First I Ian • 1 Straughan, I'l'. Angela D I s ,„ M( i ( i m M Ho %  . v v shop on Dccomt<• i i in l \Kl ,r if i r-i.nr \i ike .mmi.11 ixhlWUe %  %  I 111 tt m > ll.-n i Hi lnuilt LIM |il "• % ulil have hem Ir.intfnrmrd In! onr of the burnt %  peti el Ihr Part IU.I .mir.i tins i .... el Ufa pert i .ix proplr look .,1 Ihr Seeetate • !" %  I" %  : srMa rtnln is ; UM< i srefuul Itrarlitr lettfatl for lee -Til n '111(1'. %  rd enpt| Vrr ren i *. i beee ke'i tc Ml 1 F Nurse) INTKRM: HI MI I Irst i ISM %  i RoHlnal, J. I M i; %  I Second I ts*J b i n %  tma Hope Xiiihineiic I elan); %  l x %  %  Beokkeeplni A HAS (a ju\st around the i ornvr . Why not Brighten up "your Home with SILVER STAR C0NG0LEUM The Floor Covering in many Lovely Colours! AND So i:\sv TO o-expectantly awaiting her arrival s on Christmas rye Bight, Tthfl smaller child Jane is sure II I I Santa Claus will turn up frith 81 \ presents, for her mama says so. n "' Polios ai While Toby who has Iwn dis % % %  %  cussing the Santa Claus isga c l' R WilUan with children at school tS$ BsW STOBWT TaliP chit ic tillv to iViinb !ln>r.. WM anyone „t Sant. •wnin in. Mrtonnm Ml ...... I I.IIHporlray.l of a b f.mnly home at Christmas ffra with Mrs. Marlln assurine Ju. DETAINED AI llnsril \l X,? !" " Uld COn "'"" Th,„, Al inttrvalu in the ulnv there •>' %  '" "< K tS arrives with many pres^'" 'I p.m. Ha I.K.-S the children u> Sfi"^* r" BSe The Greatest Gilt" at I loth' 1 i lehem. They meet man> SUM there who have come to "The Greatest Gift" — tth| Lo' | Jesus Christ. Tius scene especially was rich Three Yachts Leave On Pleasure Cruises ; mt. .MI. ,1.1' i. c I.f.miter. Beyond %  %  half knot 1 %  %  i BUM I.I M !' \i \I:I,O in make-up. Some girU pi ived the role of aniiels. others aa the three wise men, and there was M iv. ths Bal The last scene was at the Martina' where Sanla had gOOB on and Toby and left many present*. In her address the he said: — "Thil is a report on the worfc of the Sehool for the year 19M. "In the Oxford and Cambridge General CarUncate ol Education %  . ths fl ned on lbs wbola %  good standard. There few diSSBf %  '• 'be ex%  %  weakness in Mat W< i rs aware t some of I I affoel is being made to master lhI Bis %  submittetl papers In eight •Ubji I iintortj %  ' %  %  %  may be. isae. "The Report of the Royal Drawing So-iety on the VTOrtl submitted by the Sehool in M.ru asauninstl >" In June is "the work t* colourful and in igSI very promising". SB 0rta gainiM passes and twenty-two p.ie-1. Only two wne belmv %  in the League <>f Empiro ScxMOb) Competition tl entered wo.k In two In ths Intermediate Division it wts awarded second priSS tar it* porters. It was unfortunate that the work on POSb limited to the lnlerm-i as the best work Iton may be and is pronlMtU inniois who great keer: planning and executing ti-eir at ttn |*sgg 1 %  At the time of 1 I Cricket %  Hie !> %  %  i while ti.iin the opt* red Both recrvdl new Beyead i | MIM li i IROO I lljrrM.^d Vftth | ,,, M U' I ind %  si '. ; . %  %  %  ( ( M r. I %  I \i I-M. c tKGO |>|.A\ Itl IIIMIM.I I1IU X %  %  MM! BT Lt'CU i for tha M in llrnrirll.i %  : L Marea Henri, il.i s> w Owneii A %  HlxMiKlKK '' I.. I IRfJOINQ UPAIM %  %  %  H %  : %  V l A D. Dun end (amll i r i' M Giu i %  21 Days lor Larceny %  %  %  i %  I I • Birtlta Mihrii* I llisliiriral Snricl\ \m in r tin sti M INVt tl I MM! III.IV Ol IOVTI I IAB1 "I'l ISI.ItS \*t ink I.t, IB .I. i. 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P.\;E SIX IIUCRAIMIS \|.sl.< \Tt SAIWBDAI DUIMIttlt I:'. IM ^ Speech Day At Foundation Gi rls 9 9 from par S project "A Tw**cn P.ul rla. haw at been arranged -nd givn by Mr. vbom wg on lifini Ihr time \ IIM.lt \>l\s I*IIIII "ThB S I 'lecture to full us. I the Junior* took I • form of %  • queftUomuire on KM ore and dtwloptoj I ^-adjusted ind arcldents ol Storey of (KM K, f,.. %  : .v.i* t. warder! * -ml •Unogh every 0rlM flint nrlT* I" 1 '*** '* whoJe is lea vr MI I by •I. -*m u. "> '<" n ?' hr r n "£ wkomr on ou Ih *"" ' >!l .'K! S2-i5.^ ,ho -Itl c.4 nn c i<._•!.. „i ,......, Ail ihi" depends As g, not be unduly h.iid.ravprd at a jror ,,, tm (l( v .. MllIu: later date through not having wa lrK vl il() i c becauaa I some knowledup ... tlw tubjOTt. i, lv ,,; v ..l that tin M W,I much (ar contact btf Vntrobw it will be abito t,.fc,a count in -ntl h( School, hut n hi not on Hygiene and Phy which has thill s ,„„. a | onr ,(,„. „-,. w | an to proved useful to manj who t."ke pav tribute to hi< Btensor*. Some .-P Nursing ni n career. present hero today will rfm-n "We learn from reliable ber the condition Of the school sources that at Queei Collegf K iound< and the I I I there is sixth form accommodaSchool twelvi Uon for HM I I • "* to hiuntiring'rrTVM reached the required Htandurd. little monev at hi.i disposal. Banal wish to take the Oersaral CertMn f which had locate at Advanced and Scholarthe girls, the grounds were laid ship Levels. I mantaon thta to reout, in a short while there %  %  lieve Parent! >.f any anxiety two tennis lawn* and a netbal which the? have about gaining field available for use. Thia wai admission for their children at the beginning of organized fail Queen's College at the Higher among our school acti. I>vel. -The Staff Quarter-. Cloak and Games ami ..IIIIIMH-H Work Rooms ware "Games and athletics played planned and supervised solely by an important pan am%  ;"<* *ve • rtttea daring the early part of us two bigger classroon. •.he yar. In the Snt hall ol UM increased our yearly intak* pupils. Helped with Hook* "During the most difficult yean — when obtaining text book, greed treat worry and strain on parove** n B anv innvenience which we ment on form., war. and hesuffered was negligible owing to cause of that n |g %  pit% ih-l the ms eflorts in ordering and supNctirtii Selection CommBtea i''> " • % %  * %  Cm Poking Net ball League Q won two matcher of the six played. In the %  econd hall they were unsuccessful In winning any of the DM) lew log DM game MI a whdhit > improve Children's Xmas Parly At Ertliston Santa Clau* ^aid an early *i-U b i %  College yesterday evening when •he students and staff of thi' % %  %  %  Christmas Pa ty for the 90 children attending the Model School. It was the nr*t party of Ml km to be held at the College, and tf is hoped that it will become ah annual feature. The party marked the end %  >' the School term and the beglnnit of four weeks' Christm > The sp^ii of Gwriwiii among staff and children who an toyed themselves immensely. The Hall in which oaa party wa. held was appropriately uecorat.-o for the occasion and from th huge Chri'tmc Tree hung numcossa gifu wai aa i eu* gteai ta at .hildren. There were games Including Treasure Hunt, miulc and dancin.. all of which fascinated the rh:!hen They were mtrispiod by ttsv' Bg red and white costum. of Father Christmas (Mr. Jon-i i Ogar), Refreshment', were served to th'_* \ cluldren. One little girl said It war one of her happiest school day*, •he part) 86 Workers Leave For L.S. w i \ i \r li> 111. lu'l'.lU ihiklns hindit %  rnsswd. tngBM earl* to Ihe • hildren <>t Ihr Model •-. hool .1 the pa-t> given far them st 'ft of Ihr Krdkston Traehrrs Training Collate al trdlsloti. Here he Is seen one of the children as he distributes E ifts from IhXmas Tree In the bickhouid i.l> Uck of foreback we know that service wlthight and understanding a* to 0 1 ho P* * material rew.nl must have been his watchword and these words aptlv daacriba the man as we knew him. %  rncUl lA UW I • %  .i lhron*. %  %  trad and i~%  ... I .f.re of lb* dd u .i farewell fssii I.IUJ W %  .tern enUfUWasm by demoting. juvt at this stage, the A team of this School to play in the R ga sssnms j 'The newl\-formed girls Intei School Athletic Association ia rrn-r-mwere made to two chwsby we. I mean the Qlrlg, Parents n> I "' %  'he conand Staff-...'i paraVhool arhlch The girls, enincrease', in numbers ra couraged by their parents, can Ins the rlral time the Ubrary is i rstrated In one room where their own and not wall until a there h freei aco few weeks before the even! I mea even though light is tn i,|! %  annuals I and] keanni I] vary p*x>r and artificial llghl often % %  ting hai to be resorted to. that the girls are bodUy HI bj "Wo are deeply grateful to the insisting on the right and ideQovemlng n<-i> and to our iiuate nourishment especially on ChatrnMUl Mr. Evelvn who was games aflarnooni Increase In • % %  %  I %  M Daana, for llertlM .vnik and tune which thev accompanied hy an Increase In gave >> heel, to ntaka cOnditatsii mental alein.. rodof work taader and happlei tjiue to our bit at tbl '.' 11 aul %  I %  "We take thl OfspOrlUnlt} b Wl BBVO l-vn told frORI ay.iui th;.tii. to Mi Qkeate for Um at many plans. %  UowMg : the a e ass n l which have never earno t<. trulmdUon. Thii year n .1 1 s> hool for i %  %  itiOO tor lha Ililer-Sitlonl |'| i. > %  ,\ i.f the Sports and to Mr. King foi bl New roundatton Bcbool Is placed .o-operatlon ai I the hiith on the list of prt frni-flnala and ftiuils of OUT Athcapital work-." Idles. II would l-e ail u'lder-taiernent •You have heard of our sueto 1 awing more cesses ond failures In the classand more impatient and cynical room and on the playing tattd I theaa pfOouaM and plans but these actll Itii only oin.s of our work here. th> | I* kip md ground and to the mam object of aee if we have not eau %  education given in the Scln-.l and spall 11 Umoa, bul where there that is Id send init .nris who not li routh hope is blgfa so we it" only pa BM certlflcatea which the forward Into another New yeai %  t rate and n Inwho have developed balance and forced In ipiril by Ihis last Ufa a he iQlinrhloll of character, t Intere desire to •> ily g>od Mippi.v of t—.k* ., t had told ma about the norneand mag.-i %  % %  and Handwi.ik cl ass e s by visit, the School and that, on that ac'. the M11-. .in of cunt, he took time on during the lectures on varying subjects such vnv busy period Immedlateiv !*•m "Moi. ttory of the fore his departure fron tra to pay tht School .. farewell vtell that the greater part of the credit noticeabU atm"sph<*iciency. energv and < %  '"illness in trens. Mi^ Hi think I am fight served on Un %  %  1 tn i -. 11 from the b U" 1 %  ig over a Ion.: %  %  Headmistress as Miss InoJ "I WOoM %  ing Ottt of the !!. port fir* that the examina' %  general weakness in Mathematics. Report* on two other Girls' Schoolby torate of the I ment. which I ha show thai 1 tn this part of my purpose this af:> causes and remediea, hut it i^ claw that a %  :-• bring abou' a marked In For I am confidant thai tin will respond if thaq the right %  til much %  %  0 .'it". %  %  % % % %  that Mathematics much Wl rl % %  bj tl I teiicher. aril questions .HI of the class in a mumbling ttu Is no good at all Mathematics ran Hmade inter up to the teachers, h. ItM u %  personality, and hu%  huh I regard I aathe life %  stimulate keenness among the purils 1 noted the nil team aomoss/bat and fear that 1 nn poaltl %  %  fioni giving ndvice in the mstter (.ratitied "I was at true b. Headmistress lias not fa the BTT01 of suuposing 1 s the fgartnnfni of educat %  r %  1. i eat in Lil %  Iluaaui ^n<\ turn out %  %  ind the Island wdl alike be proud. "If 1 wei ilss's shoos I the frustration which she feels at the long delay In effecting much needed major and improvements to aol when aha In the Capital Estimatr-t l edly compare her lot with th.it of a tra\. h Met, who sees an oasis ahead and. when she appf" 1 srera it % %  > . %  ontv and to have rein into the distance. !. %  tasRHRM to *he C. | I must ment there It anothej a of Uw 1 ture. Ill the fir I phtCI I mon in S2.00U.U0O out of a tot... I tine Hialgt-t Ol |UBt over $12,000' aside for Education No one can sav. %  .'.!. I i convtouon, thut the Harhados Government it niggard!', In regard to cxpenditur. cation, and the percentage of trie total lludget that Is si*nt On -i as compared v. ith Medical and Health lai I am Informed noticea: In Barbados than in Jamnra c.r tea Ing large capital sums 0) %  I. expenditure no %¡ til the Si 'I 1 staffed, and II i. i urreni .-xpenditure. And Hint means an increased burden or: lha i the Five v. n Plan, "contrary to vernment has no funds other than thoio iiiird by tin people themselves, M United Kingdom" It was .der to ***p the extra Annually Hecutront Lxpcndilun within limits which the Island could afford, that the amount made available f> %  %  dlture on Secondary Schools had t" i* kepono in the Plan. It bj now up to ntton and his %  I do not :n<-i \ eial %  chools will bO swarming round with tholi claims like bee* and 0 honevi-.mil. I do hope, of the "o Foundation Schools will be %  I'icy tin%  % %  "Finaiii .mould ujta t.. tanaal the exhortation yeatCrdav at the Agrteuitui il ind %  to all of sou wl whether Board of Governors, staff, I uplls or parents, to make Bar* lutlful and happier place to live In throughout Coronation year, which is now almost upon us. by Ming '<> it II %  your houses and spots are k and fpan. by planting ind shrubs in your gardens, and by setting personal examples of unfailing good man. hear fid *i..-iwiii .v %  tnc Kxhibttion I I ii' sure that the Uueen would wish for no finer tribute Lag Christ Church, with this fine i .ot of inspiration, lead UM arey. i l >" ''"'• wwild request the Board ol Q< i give lb. School a full holkdav. without homework. In honour of h DayEighty six Barbadians U ft Seawall yesterday morning m two hatches by Resort An lim-s for thi ISA. to work for. the Florida Fruit and Vegetable Association under a six months' contract Another botch comprising 46 Il due to leave to-day. Mr S W Tyler. Director of Special Services for Hesort Airarrived on Wednesday to accompany the men to Florida wil! be returning to the L' S.A. toRa told the Aduaeoifo thai the workers' principal duties would IK to pick citrus and added that at thi i iplraUon oi then .ontracl on June 30. most of the satisfactory workers would have additional work and the opportunity to go to the -i id-wo u for the pur%  iptng can and ; %  .ng the auti Tie said that theae 132 men would make a total of approximitelv firm Barbadians now emi loved IT ,rk in the USA. § UNTIL DEC. 14th ^ 9 Don't PorrM 1 FREE I ENGRAVING I X Rings, Lockets. Brooches X Identity Bangles. Tie Slid.-. \ C garette Cases A Lighters \ Bought from us $ LOUIS L BAYLEY J of Bollon Lane On children's cuts, scratches and abrasions use DETTOL THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC S H i %  V>\ Pm ^o^ %  o^'S l)oi -N' r PAIW DoiSM'f SIAIN _a*'*o T \ l.\RKAWA\ CO BnJ(rioi WONDERFUL OFFER All rings. Compacts, identity Bracelets, Cigarette Cases etc., bought from us will be ENGRAVED FREE Y. De LIMA A to. LTD. 20 Broad St and at Marine Gardens ALL OVER THE WORLD Good mornings begin with Gillette The up-KMlate < kW cried ".No mind kal I siy. Here"* him fu shi.e in Ihe easint way. Ifeal Blue (iillelle Blade—Jwrpesl edge you cai frl In a |,r,, I-...MI in.ult razor designed b> (Jillelte." Wise men lurn gralcfully lo Blue GiUellc Blades, sharpesl ever honed. Special toughening makes Blue Gillette Blades last longer and save money. To get Ihe best out of a Blue Gillette Blade use it in a Gillcllc raror because razor and blade arc made for each other. Blue Gillette Blades TRAD! INQUIRIES TO: 1. UIDULl CRAM LIMI1II' •ch* >n* %  day's e*aSs> Ivnsb^loNiyUNMiM AI it* Club Jim iMd -Yen'ss probably mltciiaf. froa %  IMKSI ml n* i*isin. Why sot iiy Optit.r %m 1 wot JIB'I sdvn. Fvsry day "So eys Urain *a dttl lltsr -ltfkioyos-td Opiwsf %  ssl SMSBS, SBSMO * ssa ssas cl ii. i %  II BSVW be witiMMH a M~ PROTECT YOUR EYES usOA Opfraw m as I e V E LOTION TMIS FI VStsssfdMcrcind % % %  ifaooOi be kakhr 6uk — 1 1 JU* %  %  s i/.s.,^.. %  **' IHi; BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY CORPORATION LTD. CORONATION ILLUMINATIONS a NOTICE • H'HI. ull prosprclive applirunu fur CURRENT fr ilhiuiiniilioii purpusrv on thp mcanion of lli-r Majesty's Cnroiigiion IIPM June, who have not yet BpfUed for un alloration ol ciirnnt. ajggga Bs>ta ih;ii ihidale Cor <-oiiM(ferati"ti ot Ibggg applieailoau kM iwrn •grtaaastd u> tbg -'2ml hsgtgnt. lu-r *huli da|g idiCompany camiot guarantee lo t'oiisidi'i ;ui\ turlhi-r upplirutimis. Till! BARBADOS ELECTRIC Sl'I'PLV CORPORATION LTD. 15.11.52. \ SMITH. General M % %  MR. 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SAT1HHU I'HIMIUK 13, It s* Will Represent Dominica 1/ Coronation BARBADOS AHWK'All \l.l -I \ I '. CHILD HELD IN ATTIC FOR 8 YEARS COL the year tion to H. Mr. I atatiiti.i nlartai aurvay ..tin %  The Role of %  K. Mclntyre who Vincent to take SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carliilr Bay of CUj Magi %  Friday mornini 11 t S %  lid on the head was TtS ?Z V %  %  is n outbreak of Foot M v< I li ON nOMi I 'i Ique. nent of Dominica •' r old Bthctbert %  %  of i %  Baaa does not apread t<. Michael wa y< i in livestock island. %  hond for sin months in the sum twenty peaetnfen who by schooner Dro in sntDni..y -rare dlatnr N f at the t LaStom.s Ix-fr.i. %  .lowed to move on, This Miller was iaen walkJn on had to be taken hi that thi "-I. iv Pol \NBIV\l ". PARTI BIS %  i %  %  Scawcll i.i r tun li. n. .. i • f l-u.rla Ki... .. iri.u.d %  ll ITH a ... i ^ • %  H i %  %  K i M.I.., I Of the llrldf. %  DOW he got the u unable to give in itmn. Granted Letter* Of A.i si. Id Intragic". His Hon1 FTVIK h % %  ' i-f traveUei islands will contj i; certain thai been wiped %  trail i %  %  %  %  of pea ,. at unauthorised point*, of The Administrator has public ItM governbt's t-iloru to stop tin lie king. V. n. I t""; HIII em of i %  %  I. Mid eel, and hcity of Uveet the wearance Math W Queen** Park RTork of cUarti •. I', ik the ex hi I •.-.. i erday n wsto kly clM dtamantling atalli l work wa completed b Park House was soon ored of the %  nhi %  band stand, xhibits of ground provisions, %  kly Mild and exhll kctors and otlicr types of cnwcre taken away. %  Cattle and poultry were taken the park on Thli: im>i.f i ( w tl i 177.3 or EXCHANGE %  Ma M voaK in... i I TO )-. p. t l ..!!. %  U >'. lit 1 I \s MH Onrl.dt.f \.lnalU'id> %  Kishl DnlU %  1 luaea, His Lordship • rce absolute in the lull of I. Blrkett, peUUoi 11 c M Blrkett, reapondent, %  %  .imed on Mr. w i % %  %  i if ft t %  His Lor mU in the Mil K U Moo, also K. Murj I hy), reonounced %  nd G < Auatln, ies[ondcnt. nounced on %  U Barveal Festival At Bethel %  • i b %  11 a.m. the %  orvte a v". ill I . Sunday School will n %  I • 7 p.m.. the Rev. T. J. r conduct 11 7 p.m. the H !> . ducted i>v liev. Ceuraje Mai %  •.' %  of SpelfM RMM, WMM A MMaj BacrbU Suan.. ol Bad Scjcbcj. Haw •lihl w, of her Ufa locked la a aaull attic room. lllaVlanOa^blnh b, her nlhcr. the child wclahcd only U pound?wa, a ataU a>d coald not wane oMalk „e„ 0UIi d by Ur„Uh Zon. aaSSlSS l???^ ** *""* hd for ncglcet. flafaraalioaa! Itadiovaow; I aceine I .•*•• if Uvlni yhoi.ui %  %  I | | ictivi %  ptoyment and |if %  ,. m should %  %  % %  %  1 I H I %  '. %  !, i mtei %  ..J i partlrularh tin Bteta IWi and eaf %  nai oi Bk ^ ternal belancr must be Ike I i %  %  Oovernmenl the ommunlque • me II %  %  %  .I.-, wtth %  hall of this >. ... Hut they have %  i I i %  I %  %  on Uv n of .di alerlini %  aank reeoui i %  .1. tin refore be i %  %  i provemenl nee of | Tht "ii'' unique polnti ...it thai %  i has on % %  u Ion been In %  . inent kind which overt tries' r< n %  it.i. the %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  effort t> mi capi%  ment pr. trj awvotet an edequate. part oi n* I drvelopnient pee f i apltal from the K la rath, i mined to will encc ment In uv r K i .. M %  %  M The Conh %  %  I %  %  nf rari'il v devrloplnj co plus ..| -lu.rt...., < I'll I I M at trud %  17^: I! %  ' %  makaj taeae %  i %  H • % %  ' I J • • %  | *rmii M tiM n i \ h-n, I.KlJaal I and f.'de The I'll %  the recognise • ., I rJevi I N\ aniinr To Britid \*u>|iuptr Imluslrv a> from paitr | the United SUb 1 ••'• %  -•< %  %  i hance ul %  i lied un raw mati i round. A s Commit%  %  %  a good quahtj pap> r be i from bagaasc. but || %  rried oul b the U S National Bun %  %  i %  ... ndard newi pniii PnnUng i. %  mi by l pan %  %  va i %  i %  nl newaprinl but blendM other pulp it i ..I.!. r Ui. nl. i. Ill w.. %  Ashwoea, ii i .i i .. I i %  improve D, living which la n> (..I furthci ceon %  |-'|Mll..%  rii. i %  %  '.ii own internal ir SOIind 'lev. I"| ment" vill be maintained but thi* ,. ipei a i with > %  nb i foi ii ufai lure % %  ( i %  Phc supply ol i ample to tak> of all II i new piini M Mr. Curl '' U s teal and add*: "The pai HI ..|h %  %  %  % %  n area we do .ii UH avallabla In %  i beai undoubted.) the State, will." n i i* .m t-lila .., rti'M. MM I i \ : %  %  •' Brattiwi %  Bridgetown "A Mm City'' m from pae* %  I %  I .unity of i' would i>, and woul I i n Sunday. %  %  I %  %  the unii'i %  the -I ctnatlng i i to BOAl i %  %  %  %  lion Hiving evi e to the %  KLM makes me fee/ like a million!" Bveryone vfao I 1-1 M led like milliMu" ii/mn bul light ItOW, low ThlifI I'.ui-s i inpli.t I/I thai li' %  lin,: "I well I op I.I SUM) un round trip ... Kurope THRIFT SEASON NOV. 1 to APRIL 1 An] Ma] v,„i look at It, rhrifl ft i on La thai porfaci inn>. IOM; it Borope Bud] ei-wka I wine . unliniii'-il I haaln i-nt nisi .'vrvthiiiii i-in lull %  i i that trip of n liMiu.inm l %  Ki M in %  urop KIM offers oil this with Thrill Season Savings I llgkle weekl] freaa Ike I irtkheaa iTumr tl limn in aBMfaeea %  %  MaepA'i n, i -i"i". %  rsllakle Mapevera an reata ..i ae aatra fan le a e rl eea tad IX > 1 at its very linesi; ,sky di.t.lUJ. bknetad and matured by Bcotamen in ttic (radiin.i .I ways that tlics. and nnlv lha>i know so well. Sal* /-.it..*-!... I It \' K



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Drum* and I'HlAll f I'%  bl ..ix-inrd from H M Jon*, ft Cg i i I Phon* 4TM II II M tin t',, lioi'uriioii) EQinrWKNT of all daarrtrttoa Owr-n T AIM,. 11Rorbi^k a IMal 10W IOUI lln MACNiriCRS Many Itp... %  vaJtaM a al OpU f l Cn I.ouri Hroad 81. ivrr K H ll.mt. 7 II 1.3 -an pnntciKtN sTfivr i nla thai nil prrfrclton Slav* |vi irom H \f Jam i Id White Tatk i i HMM a> Co KMUWCASCrt Threr m.l,.,. ' %  Can l* i i ll \ l ..i. i.i ., nroad Niirtt %  OM siiAliEa-Alllrpraaaalahl* New nd rprvndilionM at lorn plied* Imperial I..-.i Braarf %  Ov.r K B 7 II UIB BVBaTCIUBI "< w If ih* I.ally r li>frab VnalaiMl* Iradina Dally Nawipapar rt" "ivtrn l narbaana try Al' only a law laV* aftar pnMacallan In Londaai Conlaet Ian Oala e o AdvocatTo. Lid Local ll.prtarnu.lfrr. Tat Mil. •t 4 fa-t •. % %  %  ,... %  !.,., run %  com f • i %  %  •l"Mi HUAD oppoa.1t Ocaar, loaad mi db>i Walai land. and aaw ,'d navaaM av r.. ( mi. pispnly al thrli Tniirad 11 OFFICIAL SALE IUW...HAROUt LrPCrLFirin VI Nl/flCI %  %  %  ad 'ha am d, Hal. ihara *>m b* art %  %  OPW* U| nr h afl*n>ao(i oil • I avbruary. MM. ruUTT ALL THAT cm l parrrl of Ui n. ,„ tn, paiuh UI Uland raait.iinmg b> -d ., raoau ., c. i. •m Un da ajf | "' %  forbraxmra ona T-.ll on iirOi f Aduu li>*r..r 4*l bound AMI suti !"' — Pare %  at Mmr may MM : TIIAT %  i idM aquarr lt or •aMaVJ %  I'lida of Huh. rt %  I iy. -dm.... Mrkal • ..I inda i>f one Sol>rii Mak-.*, a imht 1 bound and if ,,i n.<%  .u*.Mdnui friday batw< IMU1 WIUI H %  not lata than III C1M CaM ll f ltrd thia VIP das M I Ft. I ti* AaaUl Ihr.cVmr Cour of Training in DomMlir SclMM Ajjpli. M Ocvcrmntn! leaching i.irahlp ivnablr ,il ,t L> C'lil-gt In ihf L'in it. I Kintiiloin Appl;. |K^J* m MMM %  -ignisod it paaac In five nubjavt* .i' i 11 of the II n and have successfully completed a %lxBg .•! UN MS ChiMrrn r the Barbados (Joveriinwnl Training I UM Ut.vrintn.nt I Klm.iT.Uiry > '1 "ia one-year scholarship tenable J! the Univermity of Durham ln.t.(in to follow %  course "I "rainin*; in the Educaildren Appl •rinpli-u-ti a courts of training %  i ii %  in M I'I.I-. Ma^UnQoi la 'he Director of t later than the 10th of January. MS. 13.12 52—IB. SHIPPING NOTICES OFFICIAL NOTICE ll i Ch tutu I.-. .•...tr l %  TTtJ!. 1 ATFOKD A CO. I VS-lsl IM' | III OF ArraiL .II. ai* I--I-IMII_ B Aimum AUCTION IIITION stu or inicfK Bdoa M IVAfCV A SCOTT. OOVt A'-M-IKN U IX II PI III. H \OIHIS NOTICE Kraea %  h..,i,, .i.„, h ai ta* n.n.frr Bo.,1. ..( tn. ffnajajajaa .ill bHir ifli'i da> of Daeambar p of InK.,.1.1 U | iiit.iiiii. VDIA HIV Utt ID. LTD.. I 11 CORBIN. IX IS Wn NOTICE f a*ravaa al II i"d up lor Ih. IV. II. ..y .-.! r„ I, , i-imind faauHtrLLBN. %  i . II II ST. Jn IN PUL. <. Ih* aho* r acl| d"> of Decrmbrr -II prrauna hayiru hiirraat in or any anavtlii* HIIHT ALL THAT I I | I UJ lark I ..,a if >MBt Mtcfuarl % %  : % %  % %  th u aaa n ula ab.iiut H %  land, of tho -in* of Waktfffa Fibril*. naiad ii landuf land* A.I Bratl •m r %  r.. ih,.„i,ih. mad or huu..vo oMr tiu> %  rn* II. a> ... i ANIJ •SCOH1 nHAT r,i,n, pan* o, par*al -rf Ml %  ni M I In Ik! l i i. Ik ., I.i."cr i t-.i.nd i ,> bilnu hrliH of ln*ir * 4 offii-*. ..I ii-dark \.i %  %  ... i nd pi I Mnkrd %  %  II .. %  NOTICE Mil I "Oi I.11' si s\ -if '•' rr-by ,i..nl> n. | i %  I.I %  *.l,.r.„*ji.t iliaral* ti under Uus a Ble lethal * •n* ItaanMmt a* ah I auth .i. or!., I. iilra-ul MllUHljt A HOhJS. ,.i DM %  t,r drprlvr.1 M ii i %  a ..lined Ihai ptuM altmd Hir .jut |0 a'ctark am. WIHn will Da ranked filvrn ulidrr ml hand !><<• ail < Do.*intti. IFOa. i.....i nM MI ri.. AaaaWJ ( i.o\ i ii\uin\ i \OTIM;S Applications are Invltud, under the Barbados QOVt lufl S-luine. from sulldble C.indnlates m Ih.l'ubluSemie. fur one 1) Male Scholarship and one (I) Female Scholarship, lor Km. I I years training in Mental Nursing commencing (subject to satisfacloiv arrangements being made for acecptancc of the candidates I %  ^iip" pruite Hospitals In the United Kingdom) in September. 1953. Candidates, who ure registered locally and who have had pievious experience in Meni;il or (Icm-ul Nursing will be pTtrfa The siutessful completion of training in the United Kiii.tlmti will quality the persons concerned for promotion to th BtntiBf |'^tprovided their service after remin from n.iuilng is %  tory. Application^ giving age, qualifications nn,t pic should Inforw.u.le.l !.. the Director of Med.'.il SMTI m nut later than 10th Januarv, IMS. It 11 Subordinate Staff Study t'attrae* Applications are itivllc.l under the traWDfadOfj QtrVtrnnatnt Training Scheme from gMttlban Of tho subordinate staff •( UM G for places on a special two Hi three year course of. Evening Institute ksicllni lO Ihe General Ccitillcale of Education at ordinary level in any three of the following subnets:— English. Mathematics. 1-atin, French. Spanish. History and Cengraphy. Applications stating age. prrsenl appointn^en' -laiidard and the subjects wbn t to sludy should be submitted to the Director oi Education SO Id to icach bin not i ter than tde toth January. if^3 6.i2.52-2n. Hursarle* for Seeand.,ry School Teaching SUfl An amount of 53.000 is available under the Government Training Scheme to provide assistance during the academic year 195.7 53 for unitary school masters and nsn^NgMI WOO art uildorgOUlg training h the approval of their Govcning Bodies. Governing BodMa are mvit-id to forward to the Dtfavlor of Kduealton so as to reach ham rint later than the loili .lanuaiy, !!• %  i Pplieatlons for assistance from members of their teaching staff. Printed application forms .re ivalUMl at the Department of Education I.II.H> %  %  ..turns are invited, under Ihe Baibadoa Government Tiaining Scheme, from local Nurses for a Sili-...iship t ..iimnin mg <-ub%  i.i' air*'iiienrnts being made for aeeeptame oi (h. HI .it-i .i.|,M.i\.Hocpltal in the United K.ng". Ia3. to undergo sinl.ble :i.MtnnK. %  > qualtf* for 'ion and Sister Tutor at the Mental Hospital. t. arm be required.— t ic ..is. m General Nursing leading pn If nit BjlRrjd))) eligible for registip.I the I'nited K'. -. ..I Nursing %  | t i UD d • M %  afsoa and then p nd to tii for Slater T itoi Cartlooate, The iniiumum tdui ational ipjallflcation will be a pass in the -tifteute or equivalent examif %  clicihle foi raglatratlon In Ihe United King. I Nuoing %  | raflarrid Applications giving age. qualiUcations and ] partonoOi iit.il to 'he l)irer!o* BO as to %  tn llic 10th Jann.tiv. 1953. 6 U M tn. Ooe-TOH MgAaaaa OaasWal "f Training in the -p.. i.tll-.il li-.olilin; of barkward and retarded ihtldrrn mdar '.he Darba I Oow ml Train, II D r.overnment Kler. nlai ,S. %  ibla ..t the Univeralt) >f London Inaclhita of Bdu a acadamle ; tralnlni u %  .i n i . .... ., : ihe 1953-54 W aj %  ii-ii teach i from ,i race 1 i shonld IH the Educi iddressed to lion Office not 10th of #•**\ tlltis (IHI)H(S TAKEN for Mineed fir. I'lum I'uddins. Hull t'ahe. CorkUil sauverie>. ITeserxes. Ire ( ream. en. -Kennnulh.' Slralhel'de. Ilia I *!HI!l i !" =^~ .i.ii—r nui aati HARRISON LINE ill I U Wtt.ll IKIIM 1111 IMIll) KINf.IIOM GR0L0OIS1 HOMEHAKII FlIK till Vessel SS. "TEMP1-E BAR" Froa Leavea Dae ltarhada>s Loiuii n 17th Dec [dtnrton 3oth Nov Hth Dec. ... U vet pool 3rd Dec 16th Dec. 1 and pfl ifport 5th Dec ittti DM TIIF IMIUi KIM.IM.M Far C'loaea la lilt 1.. III., s .. LOasdOO 12th Dee. For further Information apply lo > DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — Agents ti 12 : %  in Teachers' Scholarships to the tnlvr-r-.lt, toller.of Ihe West Indies Applh ii hini oi Ihrag ymnf duration at the University College of th. w. | I an tavltad umd-r the Bartatdol Govcrni'i. Teachers in the Government Service who ( %  ijilcteri n ^ at Erdiston College. Api> rfl passed the London ttatrktUJ '"' l %  %  nad axtempUon therefrom, and musl forward their Certifl. tii then applioatloni Thaj should conault ttv Book of tl i ollaaW "i " %  w.-.t in ills, and Uaati bail bl %  ppJfcalion the nibjecta Ihoy i i ad during their Ana) dh |TM lltfJB. No course will tie appro %  pplteanl iindotiakai to road as one of his dag M Ihai | Mathematics (Applied). Vh\%  nod "i;' 1 fallura I % %  at the .iMiination for Ihi n Iha nuni I u sslo AppU h i %  Mm :.' %  i.t-i than the KHb January, 1953. fi 12 52—2n. ' '' % % %  KroMOa Government Training Scheme have completed their training at 'he General Hospital foi four scholarahipi commencing (subjoct I-I -'ii;-.t,„ %  ,,( %  (wing mnde for acceptance ol the appropriate flnaiillaU in the United Kim 1933. The purpoaa of these schol.usbips || til) . United in General Nurmng ;,m\ Midwifery and to gain up United ICingdom Hospitals bafore raturrdni to Barbados when v. ill he eligible f,.i appoint1 'i rpitaJ u staff Nurses or Charaa and %  ..:... i' tintime M theju return. Applications, giving age. qualillcati,,iis and previ -, .•houlii he forwarded M the Director of M. reach him not later than 10th January. 1953. 0.M CANAOIAN anrvicB IIWIUHIUI aai IMBOI \u i IM ALCOA r*rMS COaoNA KIM (.•i,| n.l,.iii ..! Da COSTA ICO. LTD ; Phon lit] IVEW VOIIK SKKVM'E (mm ruin an SOUTIIUOUfD ALCOA \l. OA \Mo\ roisria raoAaua nuurraai UOM ii A r riMTtna rout Arr. B'DOB. IS Mar 20 Mai T Jan. t K*. %  ivi. 4 Apt vtwoniEA.w Miivin; riavnanui) -ill MMtOl s SIKAMFB 'HASH MW OKLgANS 4 IV* MoHii.e a Dec. JAMAICA :, ,-,. Arr. BUOI. IIISIKIIII I KIN OF Till. I'KfMH Its IIF III) Ilift II) \ I ION oi JAPANB8I \"lh i'i I a^JasTVS OOVBRNMBNThaadecMadll 1 ""' |], i %  '"" I "' m should Ki i t, itionaltati • ho v. irorclvUta or I impru id M inti mod bj tl e Japanese du M ; '%  1 bl COMldered fnvn Umtc.i K ngdom nahon1 o Klngdo, tn captured nd impi %  Par Japonea* duxutg uw war (or uaeoterm, eiiher prtvatelv. i M Barba Vl ," '''V.'"<>"'"..i:' ihrjuW appl) iwaaaaTalalj A . L-Hi' %  l ^-""f osweluaiy IsuUrjinga, Qreat Hmiu Sin Ion, late ,ni'i ootionj s.w I .. S?*2 U T! thC a!l Ml „?-"i c fnr PP ,,caU !" has been announced %  -' Ihe Minister has discretion to accept .... 2Z2 "> wn n e,r4, unwtenees Me hai aaTeed that appiieafroaa Barbados will be eonaidereti pfrOVhatd that re-mest, for — ii reach the MUnstiv I>eforr the md of 1952 and that UNIVERSITY OP LONDON Pinnl Examinations 1953 I Of appl.c.n,,,,: for adaxuaaion to Final Ex of LondOl %  ,avaital IinunoUonj %  1 the I fot in a I nlv. .-il. |,. t n ,j 1^.0! WMnaday, 31st Drrcml*,. 1952 n -I--....i .ii),.,., '""> ' > %  lion. ., Lofni rM. Ttt C '" ; % % %  %  M oral e .mln.Uon_.0': ol ll„I CaodMMM laMof ,„, uni Pnmlni lkm M $85.5! takl I ll. |DARC A sC0TTf|(i|VE BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS j l0J2 u ' ADVOCATE STATIONERY king an oral exam n Oral Ixaminatlon—45 %  "' aad Prad i;Uon—ao of SO 1 I NOTHING LIKE .... A WARM BATH AND A BRISK COLD SHOWER' I WHY NO' ORDER AN AS! Ol HI All It TO DAY f A\AIIA\ IIOIIS ''•" %  %  ""' %  I ,i,-l,v. CENTRAL EMPORIUM c-.r. BRIIAII n IM.K Hasan g|WMtwAmmuwvtmviwwmm s 1953 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ADVERTISEMENTS CHANGES IN LISTINGS The attenflon of lh< Public is drawn to the tad that our s,,ir Sati with I all lamiliaiiinii and Uatlnca in Dtaplay (Heavy Type) in (taa ia.1 Telephone Directory are the Colonial Adrerttsim c... (B'dei) Ltd.. ol Jamea Street, town (Telephone 6134) to whi m all onquiriea should be addressed. Correspondence dealing with Chan::,-. ,n l.isiine, or Extra Uatinoi should, however, continue to IMaddressed lo the Telephone Cnmpan>. !•( B. I 27D PLEASE NOTE PTNAL HATE FOR SENDING IN %  the IMS DIRECTORY is ihe :ilM of IIP t I MRFK 1032 a After taut Hate n„ Chanties. LMra UMIaaji ate, ran he made. 'ROM YOUR GAS CO ? Tllr ISARBADOS IH.I'.PIIO.NF. .... 1.1(1. SrV!



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PAOI CL; ll i ul II \ HAKH.IH,-. \|>\ii. \Tl SATlRi>AV. DECEMBER i i %  '. %  %  %  %  UQIM iw.. ••< %  he* .. 1....I < r, %  T C L L1QU Tti %  E l -t with -ni Chrlx < l ... i It < i N B ItAIUSA OF M HAMOI %  NIVT\ .l an ,.„.. UM "II I %  i, %  %  nr i %  Han OF / Button, Compton, Star In "Final Test" They Meet Australia In Cricket Film SPORTS EDITOR'S BAG N \ '. %  %  .., article %  i Lgbti %  hti prospect* :ht title i>. hi* >titinc po.nu Sl'KPKIM li I \ I \ HIS OWN IfMll olve Kin oamii 1 : I' %  ai-year-old! %  .ill round ihip inproduced %  i • 11 brand] ol Hi* awing ii %  U.. il. by lh r I riii.i |hC i UKtfCo I UfltUS lOfe Hix 1 I I %  %  throiuui %  %  !> %  fought Althougl Mil i iiclit li.nd buckled in the ninth session I ...i •... %  II I I %  ; MM -ttronKIMW at any .is in danger of being %  ANOTHER CKITIC H ARRY DUNN anoUMr cilth %  quails %  pllmentarj ol Hi %  .' %  display. Germiune has forced %  %  if into lights wrtfl Pl-nr.ei ml a contest for h RnglxhiiK.ii Frankle John : ... %  I closely that Ki.inkic Johnson, Ihe i ding tu Irfimlou reports :. January 2 and is listed erown—which i* now vacant— i tannery—Oeortfe Barne* Atxtrni h %  Ms ii; \i.i\s BATTING MM) A tfsO i who %  | ring South African tram last beam fa the S* and Te1 34 I Lraluui Ki Bgnln I the South Africans at SydH rl On I3H fm the st-coiirf wicket trlbutlng M7. that be Men to have de' ided n ptnei Sy,( Harmit , quite hkelv that (MM! to partnei Arthur Morris a II. Hum batsman at leaat. B.I A.-IU.L. GAME CONTINUES TO-DAY T HE AM \ B.I i fljrturt which opened at Kensington I' nil] n n cm be red dismissed for 81 and up to clone the B.C.A. had leal foiu II iuna. i klndei weather to-day and the n.ci. will %  in dismissing th,. three Internationals, Wfalcotl Mai ha In a I to an Intonating daj of cricket %  |>A\ IS ( II' I'Hl.lWI.ATlONS T^HF. most atel i tl iporting world, tbe centre court at Memorial Drive, A laloldfl whara th,Davis cup chalicnita round will be pla>.-,_, at the and ol next month, bj raaenlng TOUR Or ENOLANDS LEADINO CRICKETING STARS League Cricket Notes By SCUBBLSR Boys Clubs Slaiiii.n.t pi re I tH lei the Anal serfc n the u> .. ( division ut the Laagn and re-l corded the noteworlh} leal ol aconnjc an buUngB victory against i.. i,' AII Saints. With thi. victory V '' %  "bUahad van Irons ;, "". ; .. claims to Uiacnampionsnipofth" ,dl division. Ttirr,Ii at present no news of the resuh and St. John baptist flame. CMluiie is still much In the runbing for th' championship. Btaodard lost the toss and were sent to tht wu-ki't. in just over two hours Uiey had acorod IM runa in hn i | %  I U IbUUng to this total v/ara Omlihrust 44. n. Btrakar *2 and E. Hind i All Suints. J. Hock look 4 for 16 In their nist innings All Saints fared badly against the attack of Goodrldge und Greaves and wire all out for 20 runs. Goodridge during the course <>t the innings had an analysis of S for 0 runs and ended with 5 for 4. P ra a vaa took 4 for 10. Asked to follow on, All Batata again ran into difficulties and could only double their first inlungs score, with a total of %  %  %  nix day. i„ u.%  l Urn Boon and batting SO of this UM .1 0 Si.I it . i.e Ol U i % % %  itLii, bal with 2" tu his < '.lit. FM Smart look 1 oi 6, Bon and Dlackmai .t tot H. %  %  Ol name, in tin, DivWon Ul tbhtcfa Greens and George Park meet. "f thla match can thereI the championship of tl division. Kadclifle Ahead Radclifl HO* to give up until Uu 'i won or lost. their Ham,againsl Itellulu i on. in which the. should • of victory. n played i>est can i %  tiland has %  %  %  1 to make most h*rd> November. pet tura w km Leu Hut ton puts I>al and i of the iH.il 1 Australians. Al • • looks '-ii-'' rticri ivihon. %  ihe |i ft ol flats— %  .: is win* i laabla. The Secret %  aiiiliialkm reveals %  Oval 't Oval of %  el him with .. cricketing backon thousih it Hutton. [I %  n includes T> r Alw Uedser and Jim Laker, In (act, then proCaaatonal m tru* side^—actor Jack Warner. 1 I lure into and while the rest of the team had to learn t. dialogue, "Ihimmy" Runs e of 'dummy* runs I.en told th* real of the players Ing raom '•> wicket In these holiday Shoes Whilr N\I.JII HH-.h SanduU wilh low M i f hl* ni %  Hag bucks. Newman's Polka Uol Sandals. Shell t'.iurl ivilh cross over straps in \vo\en brocade. Low miff heels. SomelbiiiK realh smarl for Ihe season Per Pair what to do. He summed it up A lot easier than tort — and better paid. is chicken feed %  and Millar, Of I bo says : They %  i fust and wen duced, and the 11 oul I biting of Ihe surrounding II,, i. .. %  %  ni'] the gas-works and al moat realistic." the dismissal] "II Is so good that I went ll *' ths ol ipeelal attention, our correspomieVit ^ Thompson" ionot out "and W' Ul' •: K n itad OJ a team of experul l* w ihe only bntsmen to reach |Club bate i only one ha!with a .: i a %  ok 7 .ck-1 * eta for fl runs. Al the Ut the task of play Boys Club had lost l-.vov i k;''' unn Irst innin,; .. „ " Wen went lluUon ,1 ZhS In the Central Divl I and at tw lBt?llald -ErSS^Jn. 13 C Rogerj 16, Belle n i. Fa BeUMd left arm spuuier, baa M to my own .lotlies hangw. \HI as I walked nut on the Held Test Match atmosphere to ba right there." Ol the real action cricket but v. ill led by i ble ol ii repute, I'M. i.^sor H. C Trum-| double figures fl He Agricultural Research Institute. Once again It wns the bowling Elgin pi lice court spared, but the linnlists will I of Goodrldge which i %  %  :ill be sll >* I brief pn lie. on tin centra court. Two prellminarv ; Ail Saints batsmen. In this m1 UM ^ %  %  • % %  ne will be held on i-nlngs he took 1 for 20. thus nisation including the new iln-.chieving ,i mat, h ,.r..,l.. their game against i Greens WOfl al the II .. ii i 8a i St inn look 3 for ii and J. ii 5. Game Forfeited In their turn al the -Ticket B %  kg up o lub bats ware and with Me Coll Rua si llaruabas way with 38, IiTJ Sg | hill Ifeadley 17 the total reached 159. points go to RaUW Greens havi 14. S runs In their second innings.. 23 for the loss of tl Ufa There a something else which will make the English fan gasp. Hutton and Washhrook go out to face an Australian total of 620 for seven. Quips Len: "This is Stiudas '" ri8hl for ,he "un. but I hope It wont ba like that DO* year ? —L.£^. ... f.n I. Th.nr i I Do Ii I uii I imc \0ELL,LO3K ^~ '" WHO'S HERE! aOOD OL' SMEDLEV.' HOWS A Boy ? wo LOOK GREAT; OHOvon DON'T know A'E. HUH? OOTA SK5HT OUTAMlND! COME OHs GiVE A 6JESS-WE V WERE BOTH AIRRAID %  V WARDENSNOW DO \ yj KNOW ME I Up lo the present th. .ill KI. itches them. %  .:• uhal is ;." '. '-.' lory 'l : rdMux ; Notn Dane Dover, then OH Uispuie fommlt'%  ..i . :..,.. ,• v.. b %  corad full lodged by Dover in %  yHEMlSHTAS WELL aAy/TtrEM 8EEB BOTTLE I "&JE55 WHO WITH A PAIL / BIFOCALS COVER OVER HIS HEAD AS THEM I <& Men TERRlTDRy I CLASSESAND HE JUST V j pcT KTHOW IFHES \GR6W THE WHISKERS j A MAN CR AN ^ SIMiE H65BEEN HERE^OCULISTS SKSN)^ sible. On the Other I I Club havi I took first innings 1( %  : itotl or roui une equal on i 0 Up to the ting there been no official repot I AUSTRAUA\ XI rs S. A1K1C t \.s -HOW ARE VO0 7 -ER AiC-RAlD V.ARCI %  i ..iFHES HORTED CAUSE ^ IB SMED rjONT KNOW HlsA T.,' AN' HE LOCKS LIKE A .1 LEFTOVER FROA\ A > v HOLLVlJOOO MALyLpWEEN PAOTy^l nd ; vs. Bordeaux match Feats W. Clarke of Hangers has totalled S37 runs roc the season. I>. Hayes of Liberty has scored 1 J.J. M. Greaves of Standard 187. ; H. uoodridga of New Standard has I taken fil wickets during the season. M. Hope of Liberty has taken ind Cave Shepherd & Co. r Ltd. 10. 11. 12 ft 13 BROAD STREET rrom all points of view the world's BIGGEST small car buy! w ,-ITS THE Suys WHO ARE EASV X> HORaE" WHo*WKErrHAKDe;; ,/*-.., TO CEMEM8ER1^-*., ^HAHX ANDAMAN V^;S \"W DACARVCK. "•'s AVONI*RK. FLA. Rain three times I Australian eleven and Africans ly but b> %  The bulk of Ufa wai upplfa i ... penlng i*' ii probably earne the Second Test side and Graeme Hole who shared partnership ,if !: 11 I nar, bath I ?.\ houn for B, ineluding tfe rti an toun %  %  qukkanod his tempo in the late tagea of 'oi iwi hotu mlnutea arid had i 111. Fuller. S.iuth At ball bowler claimed two for 66 rded little help i.. %  Kg, MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS YOUNG CHAMP LOOKS AHEAD HICBACL LOOKEH ,s %  port. ballew •; km" ahead. Last week. Michael, %  is >< --old schoolboy. Won the '" %  ri man's nuie gkaUn title at the first His llrst words on kMTlng the let Mow for the 1956 Olyinhael won the • i, hundred point Crom %  i only other competitor. < „ ffi uutican. The victory provided hi D with i revenge for but year, when beat him mi, Puce The women's title wa*. woi by Valda Osbom. who i, fd Britain at the Olympic 0 ariar this year. John and Jaunt. MORRIS BIG boyond belief! I OH t %  (<> AI i. All At.i: LTD. 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i kCl II s IIAKBAIMis \n\. -, All Bll V* IIKCTMnill Hutton, Compton, Star In "Final Test TThev Meet Australia In Cricket Film SPORTS EDITOR'S BAG N %  %  Indian negro southpaw. %  ii| hi* pro*pect> %  %  • %  %  i tip BarIn lu %  %  % %  M RPRISI l IA I N Ills OWN T'ilr it-year-old Germ -i hi tlic .ill round iiv i producod %  %  i hi .inch w a •' .LikjlOf by the' the iiiuod .1 feus IO'J n %  .v througn ivoget] toufht ill iiKtu hand buckled th<* ninth irniun gad nO %  H dotted tl %  I tbl I *3f :il any ..in danger ol bring by Mikua. H CRITIC ..Mother CTtlH i equally com pi imeafary of B) hifirst maiae ha forced ;hU with Planr %  %  %  : wiq Ltagllahman Fran! U #eoa \NOTHKK IIAltltY DUNN Kilt (.1 KM \N B HI I i. hy not been i .1 1 %  mkta Johnooo, the OCdUng lo I-ondnn rojportl %  i :.i in ad i* lined orown -which IB now vacant— %  InFrankl Hannrrv—George Harnr* Aii'tr.iM sTIt \l.lVs HATTING -FIND* A Colin McDonald who 1 tiring South African team laol MiSec,mil TOO! %  %  btl 24, i < iiiiSouth Africans at Sydirl on 136 for the second wicket in** 97 thai be BOI n to have deII IS <(llitc likely thiif %  I''' partnn Arthur Morris l League Cricket Notes %  Soandai i pi i'l'-i its UMM RUM in iha tool MHI n ih' i OOTlOHfl Of the league tordrd the nod wont a BCOrlni an Inning*. vi< toi I With ttlil vn • mbtisbed eon 0 chiun '. the champion-ship of lit. division. There Is at p i HM i inn TM lone and St. John baptutt gain* Cyclone in Mill much In therun ning for tbti championship By SCMJBBU R lto>s ( lulls I luba in inCor* dlVUUOOJ had an ting daj lo tutl dii talon Bo) Club in" Ubert i %  %  Boys could only raJae 10. "f IBU %  ith 20 l l of oonwa in this DWkkai m which %  I thai match v u i the* ch;impi"'. dlfknoi Radcliffc Ahead RadjcUffi not to ghrc up until %  : %  %  in which Ihcy should i iclory. n n parfactlj -n j>r nest tan %  1 %  %  %  .. .' %  %  OBtnta. ,. is something to make .'ven the rno*t hardy tftcKOV lovcr gaep In %  A ith 0* freezing point, LM Mutton DUtt %  %  comes down U ion to bat Of Australian!. A ., %  %  loofa I !l>c 0;.i>f %  ciuminy* runs Lon told the part of the players from dressing room to wicket what to do. He summed it up "A lot oaotor than %  : • %  nken feed i i with racing Undwall Of the att, bo aays \ They I -ing room In these holiday Shoes Wliilr S\ Un int-sh SanduK uiih i.iw **i g hmm "* -IIII-. ILH INrwnwn'n IV.Ika Dol Sanrials Shell Courl with cross uvrr Hlraps in wn\rn brocade. Low wi-dilr heels. SomelhiiiE rralh smart for Ihe season Per Pair T" li( \ -m l. QAME CONTDOJES TO-DAV E ANNUAL i'< %  A-lic.l.. lixiunwbah opened at Kensington It will b.rcmemlHTCd ti.ni the nri. were dlemlaaed Ioi in and up to clooo t"e li.c.A had hl four duick wukets for 21 runs. i klndei woathor lo-day and Ihe B.c.t.. will have thru hand! Mllod U) dtanUeang th,thrre International''. WaU cofl M %  i k( i %  %  Ung da) Of crii'ket l> WIS CUP I'KF.PAKATIONS *TMIF. i lutri In th.porting world, the centre a court at Mi rnorl Ldola da arboro Iha Uavis cup chalT l ol DOXl nmiith. i5 reaching i SIKTIIJI Htlention, our correspondent i [tad by ii team of expert* ropute Ih-ajaaaot H c. Trum'.'. • %  \ %  ill ; -i Ron greh Inatltuto. Eiiih' 1%  iwi %  %  being proparod. but tIn . %  th* nt 11 .11 b- in%  far. A full dtrOM on,will'tie held oil, ition including Iha now eJacaMaodard loal thr ton and m > .sent It> Iti* wtckOt. In lUit ov.r tfro hours they had OOOTOd LM runs in frae st>k>. Contributing to this total wenCmillhrurU 44. P. Straker 42 and E. Hind.. 3;. For All Saints. J Hock took 4 for 16. In tbafaT first innings All Saintfared badly against the attack of Qoodrldga ..nd Greaves and were .ill out for 20 runs. Goo.1rldge during the COtino of the innings bad an analysis of S for 0 runs and ended with "> for 4. GlOOVI I took 4 for 10, Aakad to follow on, AH Balnti again ran into iliilln. %  roiilrl only double their first mliiicscore, with a total of 40. Thompson 16 not out and Welch 14 were the only hntsmen to reach double figures. Once again it was the bowling finalists will, of Goodridge which routed Iha preliminary All Saints batsmen. In thb in* > %  % %  i -" II < ,i ii. r ui t.i-i< i t > ,. .......-I 2 for 6 Hoi .... !" IK .1 IO III.I,. th,. .._(.. %  __>.._ >,.ml*. n 1 OdlM 0d the and ings he took chleving a match or 24. I. ThonipM. for 2. analya thw ,r II Dyal in \seithe U i \ anory, tho gas-works and to reai: .,. • %  ,< |j In s t realistic." all it la ao nood that I iranl i. Belli M to mj own ci-iiiies hangar, • I overs and Ami u I fralkod out on 3 '"' '" "> 'I overs, Mthe Test Match atmospliviv ld . i to bo right there." .**.***'*. . f I s "'"Of Om real action e.ickct ck K JJULf. 'IIIT* 5 .'T 1 wflldl 'll COBIO fnim newsreels. but they accomplished and then went i,.,.,.,,, ,,,,, ,„ hKrfi kll,i i"|| Do Ii I vcrv rime x >\*L: : •-••-. '--." ' WHdS HERE! CJOOD \ "' OL'SMEDLEV? HOWS A BOV? VOO LOOK GREAT.' -OHOVOIJ DON'T KNOW A, HUH? OUTA SK3HT OOTA MIND! COME OHIN GIVE A 0 '•" %  lr "" next yoar." %  nd with M< i.(..s way with 38. 1* Ihe game and full i tin,; "-' I afora l cannot au what is wkfttotj tho axact poaltloii Howovor if 1 i son a 1 ctory 'for 1,1 ,n ' '' %  i the Dispute Commitlee will haw* to go Into, the claim id full iiHigiM i>> Dovor tho Dovar points, I i i %  ,\ match Notre Damo i ilnta. Up to the lime of Writing there port on the Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & IS BROAD STREET ^-^ %  gr r rj r-. r . % % % %  II '.V/.V/,V.V.V.V.V.V/.V.V.'.'/AW/.V''.V.V.V.V.V//v-,'. rrom all points of view the world's BIGGEST small car buy 1 If On in th. to-' t'i> to tin| ,• .ii.. in which only a an) Innlnga la* Mi.ic. On tho %  %  %  I Club have loal a single name and took Brat innings othei Th. n %  Do\'c AUSTRAUA\ XI rs S. AFRICWS i < %  ..(, I nke o| rUngOi 337 rung for the i> Hayes of Ubarhr has no of Slandnrd 257. 1 % %  taken ;.l wlckotB during the season. M. Hope of Liberty hn< taken ITS THE Guys wv+e APE EASY TO fCG3E~ WHO MAKE rf HARPEf. I/.WT&CEMEMBER'^\TP JO WA CAREER l^/'N AlCWAW< FLA. LONDON. Rain play in the m I \ i %  : Afrlcani 9 I'. th, AusU Jj ihroa The bulk of Uv I %  dng l*t Colin Mi!' ably e;u i rtoi nd wk-ket partnorahte .i 131 I %  nor. baft. I t[ houn for .17 mrluilit %  %  the l.itc %  for two i n in Iv.ll bowler claimed two for 66 j on ;. wlckel which ail rdod little to him. ORAF.ME HOLT! Shitiiifi : YOUNC CHAMP LOOKS AHEAD I L LOOKJCR U l>eli-M-. in ... ,: id. Last w.ek. niehi yv.ir-old schoolboy. w..u ri Untish men's iiure okaUn | title at the Oral words no |,..,vin B the K, for the ISM Pics." Michael won the | i. Iiundrrd DOUl OtUj other competitor. Qooffri rhO Victory pnrt with revenge for last year, when bam him IN'. place The woman'i tftk by Valda Osborn, who .-, ed Hritain at the Olympi. (;.,,, JffUar this year. John and Jenifer Nicks, scored their sixth BUCtrumiph In the pairs even —B BS S **• Fota-doo'. Tvo-dm h i a—, %  •a ..^.II>i.-, .. i... MORRIS BIG — beyond belief FOHT IMIVAI. 4. All AGE LTIK Phone 2385 Sole Diitributors Pho 4504 MAKE YOUR CHRISTMAS % % % an FURTHER IsiMlly NOW Coloured Sharkskin $2.21 03,03 Waffle P.K. $1.40 81.2.1 .Shot Taffeta $1.12 B ,8 White Crepe $1.17 .! Spun Satin $ .98 T2 White Straw Hats $4.20 S3.HO Shoes Multi $6.50 S3.8 Shoes White $6.50 00.00 Shoes Black $6.50 .4.1. Bordered Spun $1.20 BI.OB Brocaded Bedspreads $6.99 8.1.73 Blankets $3.98 0042 Bath Towels $1.44 OLSO Straw Mats (Large) S1.27 0I.O-I CRETCNNES 36 ._. $1.20 . Cilcloth 48" Shopping Bags Boys' Shirts Boys" Caps Pinstripe Tropical 56" .. Plain Tropical 56" _ btOCKingS Parson Grey 56 _,_. Gaberdine Shirts Dress Shirts Handkerchiefs Socks Belts Nylon $1.12 Special Bargains Available Till Xmas Eve Pyjamas Vests lsi.lly $1.68 $3.98 $ .60 $ .98 S3.98 $2.98 $3.86 $6.50 S3.98 $ .38 $ .44 $ .89 $5.98 $ .65 NOW SI. 17 SI. 1,1 S ..10 S .88 S2.8 S2.88 00,00 % I..10 B3.7.1 a .2.1 s .:II S .7 1 S.I..10 S ..10 Prince Wm. Henry St* n i % %  •"' THANI BROS 6, 46 & 53 Swan St.



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WHAT'S ON TODAY %  c •••" i* CM kited %  < rum* tot tmuitn Advocate Ci>r* CoMnHiM MNiWf arc A 11 7T!T.; w <• %  B C A H C L. CiMk.l rutura*. KnilnfUn I SS K UI / C Hammond leetura10 Srhoci IVarhrr* ,i Church KMM 1 •• t Pola-a Baitd al AJMiuai Drill Hail • H B iiDArS WtATMtR RrK*T '" %  OMrhM: M *JU Mr MVA M> sat* 1** < %  • T. -rt—i M ure SSS-1 T— rwwr c TS~ > %  KM* S-r nar •Ym*M '. S* * Commonwealth Economic Conference Ends Named Cardinal New Approach To Problems (From OUT Own Correspondent) LONDON. DM. II The Commonwealth Economic Conference which endad to-night has decided on a completely new approach to the problems of the sterling area based on gradual relaxation of trade restrictions and a step by step Advance I freely cuiiveitiU*> pounds. The Conference stressed, however, that these timau objectives could only be achieved through improvement in the sterling area's balance of payments with the test i.f the world. f"~ Oil Drilling Starts In January >ng the i become Immediately effectlv thai are to the United Kingdom Covernmcnt has announced that tn future reside ntoutside the sterUi A area, who have invested capital in approved projects in Britain and colonia' territorial, shall be allowed to transfer capital profits "across the exchange*." Hitherto, this ridht ha> extended only to sterlinK equlvalenl of initial investment AKCMSI5HOP J Francii Mrlntvre. 64, namtd Cardinal by Pops I'm XII, Is shown with an altar boy at Mass Ui the private chapel *f his 1-oi Angeles home He will be the first Cardinal west or Si l/uj emdhisapooln'mem rl*ej American meml>er->iip In (he Sacred College to four. f/>ii*rnal ; onal> 13 KikuyUs Rounded Up NAIROBI, Kenya. Dec Thirteen Ktkuyu were rounded up in a police and military raid al Lodge where Briush Queen Elirabcth was staying when her lather. King George VI.. died last February The thirteen were picked up in the Nveri district for questioning on the Msu Mm oeth-Uking ceremony, at which two persons alleiredly were assaulted, robbed and forced to take an oath to chase the white man from Africa In the Thomsons' Falls are* rtrdiih troop* accompanied by an ..rnumred mr squadron ra ded native squatter*, for screen Init. — Mr. Eisenhower Is Displeased By MMtMMAM SMITH HONOLULU. DSC, I'residenUE 1 e c t Elsentu showed marked displeasure — through his stall—Friday of president Truman'-, charge that his Korean trip was the outgrowth campaign of demuRoguery. Mr. Eisenhower himself had nothing to Say publicly about the Presidents broad swipe at his ihrce-dav visit to the snow covered battlefront. but his aides left no doubt that he viewed Mr. Truman's remarks with someth %  pproachlnf contempt. \lt Kisenhower, who arrived here on Thursday aboard the cruiser Helena, planned another work and play schedule for Frl,i,. n, %  i> *. hold • %  %  "'' % % %  '•'' | ies of meetings to discuss military topics and to get in a bit of golf on the l-hole course where he and hi* staff are living. He planned to leave on Saturday Si BOOn for New Y hea > pieces of equi|>tnciu whuh v. en at Hnietown Baaab an re Turner Hall A to* building operations for the iwe MO barrel tanks began The company started to build the steel derrick sub structure pa Dee 3 and three days Inter srOfk on the derrick proper began West Indian Vims Achieved (Pram Our Own Correspondent) LONDON, Dec 12 Uh iii l-abour Minister, leava* for Ni a 01 h on bia waj 10 Tiimdad aftor C inference. Before catching; ine ivc Ihln exclusrvc interview >w the 1 ruevru \eiur we ui lei icieche faciof>. in in* fut ui pattern of world trade ind Rnance. il West Indian terriUhfir eeon' be '-ten. of immuel be retain\ aecine Used For Cattle Disease 'l rba Mcr* 1.111(•erne* sod LU>lton -mil. happll* SecreUry of Male far the CektoAe* Is lelllai Ifcem lie uK al there ran lie no doubt ''Ut the lurmum exletlns as tkr trio openlnc at Hie ( ..mm .eallh (enfemee Un. aMiagrapai ,m| .i M he 11 it Huoke* J^iHil< rit.i-s\\h ll to, 1 .1 the Celealal oate. n r %  lh< WARNING TO BRITISH NEWSPAPER INDUSTRY Income Tax ^ WANTS W.I. BAGASSE Inspectoi* Appointed Mr. C. W EArcher. liiM^-'t^r, Within the ne*t few days, the Department <>i Iricosaa T->x and company will be moving the Death Dulles, has been appointed heavy lifts already at Turner Hdl. l(I the post of Inspector (Income into position and will also start Tax), aa from June 1. 1952. getting the mud tanks built * • Swr wMta mil*— aMV*^ m m clerk In the ivli'V harr? work will l v nore^enrv to[Witlstrates' Courts. Dlstrlcta *A jmplete the '•* and put all thel-f and "F." lie wa appeatslM iclllarj drill! %  Qtf nt into Tariff Prohlem-. Commonwealth Governments also agreed to give sympathetic consideration to certain special tariff problems—chiefly of a technical nature—affecting the colonies. On the quesUon of llnancc policy the Prime Ministers emphasised that sterling convertibility Is an Integral part of agy effective multilateral trade system. But this obJecUve could only be reached by progressive stages. Convertibility. they stated, would depend upon three fundamental condition* One, upon the continuing success of the sterling area's efforts '* %  -urb internal inflation and ichleve balance with the rest of 0 On pace 10 Shopping Days before Xmas Bridgetown A "Film City" Bridgetown became J TllBl City" yesterday afternoon. A Dim production unit ol the But. Warner-Pathe Newarcel organicMow spent nearly the entire aftei noon in Bridgetown itasottng scenes. Tbo unit attracted a graet f attention and members of the crowd who ,is*i*tci receiv.i iMiiUaume Up*. The unit arrived by B.W.I.A from Trinidad on Thurda> and left last night for Trinidad. During their abort stay they shot scenes of local fishing boats at so > A some of the island's beaches. Bridgetown, scene* were taken of the Wharf, Hurbour liiliceuu-n mauby and pottery sellers, and buses. This unit, was responsible Cot the production of a very successful documentary film "Travel BUjBl which will be shown in Boa we IndieIn the New Year. It !.. come to the Eastern Ca ribbea n I make colour supplement?. ri un PBQM Pictorial Film Maga/ine whlch hai a world wide circulation; and at the .same time to take material tor a short tourist attraction film on the Islands of thi Eastern Caribbean which is being sponsored by R.W.I A ind BOA< and which will have a wide distribution in the United State" an throughout the rest of the World a> On i-.e 7 tn .Tune, (Grade as i Tax and \m %  Itfal. to the Exeeiilrve %  paetor, income Death I*uiiet. Depart\1 l %  uppouiUa Barbed IIIHIV. i n \ II HOI II MfUMS LON!" I It thai British newspunt Dsanetfacturefa do soon to make use? of the nuar aana baga ill ibli In the Hnitlaii WeM Indies, U.S manufacturers undmibh will beliewa Mr. W. T. Curtls-Wtbwn a form< pn f the Newspaper Society. British mill* are falling bahtnd Uw An use of sugar cane waMe to In %  iii'Lires in "TinNawipapoi World". "U MauwL^auaiua tl. HII l.llrfC t p.lj, wllh gross proQhj in II i /•heels of tome I not thought || worth arhili to tin a small fraction of this vast sum In carrying out i the lii.ililit.iclin. oi | .1 mw tiiiitin il Britlsi < Itoyeliipmenl of the us ajAaV.spi mi supplies, he < ftiblished in London. S. Koreans Retake Hills nci nmenl %  ( %  filch has %  n.i %  .i in i real I thai Hi. numbi I %  ini Iverl in Martlniaua is u Qovernmenl there to I ho '-.laughter policy" as Is ind as an II i %  inli ..ml animaln b.. al iegulm or ine past eight ..'.-. i %  |a] foi dlag i 1 ..i ..in nf il" whlefi > %  uny. \.. \, %  ine in ll.rh.id.i. lie said th.it Barbados at the has no vaccine agnins' ... bill |—*iMlifi.s rot obtaining lee had the i inference The life i lnnt should the <>. break, Govprob iWj ruliipl Tin '< %  Baaai hvad Nujsear Training at SI Ho pttal. passed the Final in January, iMo. i he Slate faHl m June. 19511. Site was eni %  L.'i.lu, Jewish Hospital for three months. Miss Si lliH look a .ourse In Be< kenlism Malerbrt) ItOSpttal I paused Part I of e Oential MIdwives Board ExainaUoo m May, i3i She took j post-graduate Course in osslpat.ents and casualty work It Wc-.ltorlal ilospiuii fr abo She t.wk Part H "' t* Hidwifen Course al Hiliingdon I passed aSe axamil iMon 6V peesnoei IMS Mi w. P. Cooper, TaanaoV al AS! %  '. | • [r>. .... | Govcmmeti' I I I i The appoint' < %  II 1952. Mr Cooper is S4 years of age and wu %  ppointed to the Oovernment Flectrir r>-paitnu-nt I Assirl ."• on Anaust i IS42 He has been acting as Elecirleal i" %  %  F C WinYotl h.e t>een apphinte'l Officer f"wrmanding. Barbadrn 'leglment Call For "Holy War" CAJRO, Dec. 12. A fall for a "holy war" against l -.:. defence of Arab NItlonalliti wss made by liar Islam kwler to-day at prayernttended 1 OesseraJ Mohammed Naguib' %  nd D as I fpiaefa shishakl I of Egypt and Syria. r.,.in moils to Jihad" was Sheikli Ahdel IJUI % %  JOVU Dae i'J Booth Korean ngiituiK man i' aplund llig and Little N< it H lo-nighi n %  u*ii'i Bang mam executed under covi , Soov Koi. Ind dov.o ana side of Big Nori, taking advantage of the imipga of battle that bid the valley. The : %  r.: ni.noeuvre Wn Uie .Soutii Karaani both lull". United Press correspondent Fred Palnt"-i reported fRHn "•' All >'l OMlpoal near Ijttle N'-M The IIOK llnnkiiiM aaDW BM against ntublKirii Chinese Hrda dfending the lulls was Uwn ninth counter-'Mack IIDCI the\ ijttie Nori aarlj their math to-da> Witheung shcllllre bun and hand grenades turneil South Kon u %  'urges.—t'.P. I. St %  nd %  UN the i CHRISTMAS MUSK BY BLIND SCHOOL i hi Si-he ML llhnd under their conductor Mi Harold Nock, tltguiut Of St John's Parish Church, will present a (uogiamn.. ol Chn Una the Mental Hoapltal Black if'"k. on Monday Dee. 22. The choir will be assisted by some o' the leading artists in the Kland. 'Hall ii. II try of the world la "111 British OomraflBwaalth %  er-Kn.wni,: %  %  native pi*i>pi.aitthln Mill, iwasted a yeai ,. ..... ug.H t:t <>v II. i .. a/g pand BHU I %  pope' outside Uie Hi r woaltl ( Wttfj Hi., : produi-ed %  and N 'i< seeking fo ii II the wit ui UH G F. : %  I I %  bean hopi A tl m %  I %  but H I I %  SI .. —L'.p. Christmas Supplement The Advocate's %  ChrUISMI Hupptemeni will IHdr llvered with lo-morrow Sunday Advavslr The front .mil i> M i % % %  •re the lint atteaaeH at three %  -iliiiif rrprodUeUon in the Island. It U the work of the Advocate a Photo I ". %  LepartmenL The front - • %  11fv and has expressed vllhngneas lo assist in correcting VST3 reaasuriruf" Sal is the to PJ i ies said he considered :, renee <e for in the clr%  Mei. .dso there was recognition of ihe necessity tn plan against pn..' flnctuaUons and insecurity of markets by iiilernatiorui! %  iii-eemcnts might take in the UM point of view oi I Mr Adams had been pvery troiig1> th.it irrespectivt' of 'hataver form these commodity greement* With regard tn this future, ihev can only be acceptable to the West fndles If the DNtni i< retained." Mr fjkrnee was sure that tha Wi-.l Indies would welcome the UM-iou to concede to foreign tn\-stnrs the rtHht to transfer This rht to provide nn addodT limulus to foreign Investor" In he West Indies-. Hg revealed thai the nouble uxatl.m dimcultv had figured -minetrth In extm ,.'. .rnptroller for l> huspgtnl to be bull*. riV iisad a* nd Wepfire -luring No-.emRoseau. Dominies. Local Mod' icnool, .ber. -itnliutn SI79.107. Tl inast grant authTlxad icheme raplacae an •artier plan was one of S2K.BO0. for th successful All us wllh gratitude and the hope lhal -we shall be able to continue thi* maat pleasurable service lhat means so much lo us. A Merry Christmas and a Prosperous New Year JC BEVERAGES 2" & B Bottlers (Barbados) Limited


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