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I'M.I TWO SI Mi\\ \l.\lll ATI ^^*v--^---*^,'-<^. ,1 SDAV. IH.U.UBI.H IA.UU 1'HF PERFECT XMAS (ill I GRANTS WHISKY ALWATS MFJ.1.0W... MLtUtS T1IF UMB GRANTS OLD '^f •' .. VrHI, I .i'iM.-|ili-t' r\i i ilh Ihr line I'd. 11. MI %  • no .< n I iorlo-1 hlr IMg Years' Matotai 'Tt %  %  •. Fataa. IEKS 0 -IV — l.5i CARLTON 10 Ilutrluni'ii CENf \ l ilfiiil %  announced her*loda) by the i Kurt m.granU -' jpprox%  l.C.I M Hf.. —r.p. ASTHMA MUCUS Loosened Firsf Day If BlUitM ol IT..T. Kill ... A*''iiW rula jor *IM .n.l ., %  ! ,, urt %  *' f :i M <*iiho B i .i,lr.i HISI.A. > Ti.l. ...a, „>.*.,,, |, a %  moh*. in>Oon or %  prat, but %  -• inruugh ih Mooa ihu r-.i..', • lur(i ana bxdhMal tul>"* Tho till *>• atari* MHUM nai<*n > !" . %  IW> I %  •• I H-ia M-to* and ... mot* ihl'V •irani.i.c to*** I TV.i [.torn > %  • ft.-f l.rH !,.,; UM •••* I wo r*f'*tin *l*-p • H>ipoau>i• :•** (Mi. vlta-'tm*. *> %  Jali-H lamlartion or inoory baAt fBoranirod iW tUm'-(I .f ih.* ,i ha .. i .ii. i ...it.*,! < in. > . Ah %  NbkOderm Far .(.in Trauklti GALA UAN'C'i: AMI HI I I I I TIIKKTS Ialipaia> oni7 i \ i MM; IIRF-SS ONLY I Thursday, Dec. 18th at 8.30 ;; Mi < HITCH IVAN prasmM | The Caribbean Nights Troupe ^ R.pcat.-THE HIT PARADE SHOW OF 1952 1 %  >--•%  ------•-•--.-•-•• %  1 KW9B4I ','.'.*-'-'-*,*,*,*,*,'.*,','^',*,<,*^'.',*,-^,-,',-,'.-.-,*,.,..',-.-.\ 1 HI UKIS OLV.MI-H: * i wo BIHMX *a0 I .* h K O Doubl. Ailfnplion 1'i-ala. lo rUovlay T*d. 410 a: 4 . ill Ow.r*r| .WibT !"•"" Dm.Blr iviin. tVaiifi r McDonald Cic\ Catiib Catlinq T \ 1 1 w %  re Dhdi %  again b ycaterilay by th c I %  M H matt i • irufi i. of the %  >•.n ... %  ;.. > i can lak. dont of HM •;k %  v Til M' : 1 Hi '.:... i. %  WainwrlghT ha the WeM Indif"THii" hn> RUBj hrtbh.i favourite — taking "m. • nit Ran until abuit the m M rishl h %  •• %  t'llllll I .llllll/ll HIANK Ml Al I %  • (riii*er. Mi N. B.irbd%  Ml W Q \( K. %  •:.•!. %  %  %  Barbados. Mrs MarKenrn • t Btcffoi Ha llurk Fmm Cnnii'lii M il. -\ KINCH. rcftnied • an Thurs'l.. r r A Mrs. Kmrh *h" %  r health, wu joirv-i bj und two wwkf. ago. iMve %  T CIcfidcs Grant LW ' H-P'-ut l>,rfi,iman* r IE I AROIXEBS." lOCfl MR AND MBS TIBI wriKhlil AITIVMI from Cai BfKulat viiltoito >• i Waivdanng Wain 'Canadian Cntinri' i?rc until thr middlr t! ••Irtmif 1'hiinn'' R im RNI! % %  %  %  Florida riUltlU B.W.I.A. v.,. I'm. mding %  bolMao tvan Mr. u Mrs. i.udwig 1 . Mr W ij UWf lewellei bauii Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS S|icnd $1000 Cash or mor on an* day and get a pice, of Pho-mix Ware fr FBATUR NG SIMP. J:rn. FinK'.f Ed Wltl Scnoritai LMigrave, Plyii Sauci RilUwi g M( %  R illock Kn VdcMd Am. i I i <-.'• Fn'O Win a F.MKS Thrre Burner STOVF. B ithe Midi ilt.-l will Dunk tnr MoM Ju-C Beveri •• r i i CMB Prtee STEEL BAND CONTEST II -c BA"D vi COCA-COLA BAN!) FOR THr v IAMPIONSHJP SILVER CU1 I; Hoi* Ifl nv 48; Box HOW %  n C Chijatma. r. BVUOI : %  %  ma %  Pro I r I Chi Mart taVWay 1 S I -K.-.LUNt; ., Jiu*t hui.d., bag |i;irmu. Mr. ^i W A. Farmer ot the U-u i*. Mrs. .' A. Farmer who ret mod A HKIVi.NG h> tluIe Graae -n Thursday from EngLanit Mi I W.unwright who is %  wlQ proboblj be r malning m months or BVOP %  Walnarrlgtal apant ., hoUdaj In Jamaic:. %  % %  %  %  furthai Boutb 11 opportunity, and allhougli ni .'V '"' ,; '" r a ,c d *v "shi ,s ft, "'.'d> %  The said that it was rather coin in England when sh. left anrt Airlines It was hat first %  I'tted vtfy much bavtal bg i gue^t firi-lmti* llnliitii\> m| r W-K FFHCU'S. >\ A nW.I A holiil... tivoa at %  It.ivrn. health. with bfa %  u GraaH K Hotel a KUt?5t at tho (unmUi „n,l Unftunil ^hiiU'nlo l..i$,'' I EAVlN*; :,„ Canada by T( A O la OH Thursilay morn, i i ihi Mr, if ii it... I tlffli-rr who baa gone U |i t Lrtakianant Ha n panied by Mrs. Hart. B W LA. t %  %  U a Mrs. William faitott of 'Mapleibniiriays with ihalr wood", tho flaiaaaL Wonhini .. f'on i i;rofi(//i.,iv I ATI l.ATIONS to Mr *-* PtUg M. Jone^. Auintan *-'hf Sanitary Inipt-ctor of Si Joaapt on being elacted an AsaoC cutw Momboi i (JRoyal Sani>J '-i) infii i. „( p .Mr .ionwai in intaoctoi for lion... irlna whwh TCA uirj iiouiif th. •: [CKETS ON SALE THE DAY t>r THE 1; Kin A 8 .mi S ].'.'nnnili-t Hundraidi i^ Dial 4*61. llh and lift). irwan and his Orchaati %  DOOD l'i;i/r' %  B illroocn :i Mt6H*iiiHH*HHHH*miHVl*HHHS n uiwiffr lor En K li.r wl on Thuraoay by : vwil to h. mother who i* ill M !" Elliott 15 thr rljoichin Can. 'i and Mr. p W D /••/.viid.i^na at %  bank H.,1.1 %  on ThursO Tin. ,..,, Ml I i ri \ latli [lli„./../ 11./. Onfai. llf M R F V MII.LF.lt I 0 liom .Ian... I.VBWIA Inapador ol in n rlUi ..lor .IMMIni_, A • % %  B %  • %  D Amin Ontario. :, ST. .1 %  I with TCA HI Winnip.r:. Manitoba U.'./././i.v i moDis, ernum. St, %  pi... 1 and Mi %  Ql I ..; . Mr. llarrv All .. I :. .. niina HI...., R uian Wan) "' Who was mven || .. aror* i lOiaar Up veil w„s hem %  I Calla' erbai bj ihr> MlM IIHI LM I'hyiiw of tl On lomposeri of [her two Tha* carru fOOej and gerberas. was Mr. I.I01 %  i the 'groom. The D .V id Gratii. Douglas King. Hilton Woid and %  After the ceremony which wi performed by the Rev. K. K 'inn was held l Lcveme". Graeme Hall Terra i'hri.t Church Ban SI 3.38 8.16 H4r„ |, M.|0. i 5:1.34 S62 & S2I.0II *I.M. S2.I6. M.80. M.2II & $7.70 42c., SI.2H 4 $i.ii SI.7S & S2.40 All MM II.SI. 3.11 & S4.l UMI 4 48.IHI lc. S6.1II pr. ND IM.INTV MIIKI. TOYS S


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-I \ll\Y. Ill < I Mllr.K II. IS.-.J >l \ll\l \H\tM Ml l'\. I I in;I I AT Mil CINEMA II.I..B. HIGH NOON Fantt >i/ifJ Garden B> ACiKK (II.A mi i N M 011 M'.i i g WE refer to :.i-t W...-K S which II wat pointed out that water n the ki and until our local supulies In this resrxi; production calling for the er-.t! v Inert — t l may have to wait. Ciardening Hints For Amateurs • .arshal who ha' turned adge, and th> picture opena the morning of I this week-end and as it ki obviouilv IsipOMlbla to giva . f ull tccounl of all. I am picking out the Iwo bsaM to icview and will give a briel deUon if ilie other the film, and it i> highly t"PJ' HIGH effecttva in setting the atmoeNOON %  .,,, ihnt %  pherr Tour new Western songs really BSssnj ., Mudj of n feai with .. tine lilt and swing am ridden cominum^ than thf usual sunn l,v (he Son* of The Pioneer* m t.on-packed • i o r \ Dtf*et0f ..iid thf whole musical score is Stanley Kramer baa nu own In the capable hands of Richard r i 'hort, of building and sustainHagamen. a musician and coming < 1 *•' •" inu l With irlmb -low DUCT A "*' '*' r,,r ,lu ,,,h, r thr-e aeeosT -i iwtmnindiatom thrirVninl "'ABOUT FACE at the Pla/i if you have not, do not dela> Li ii iha in the plants will not be flowering hjumina f*i,n i-llon ISUM ' :nw tor lo Horticultural turi UwouaftauL 522Z, ,... ]1 <•• ( E£"*tlon nexl | M > %  wltt mtlvt ,r,T ~ c r,rUe "' military ^fchy not try growing C.rna.. r..nt r !" in. ... .^Academy -one of whom i, secretly lions this ys*r? r play, fcijowj. rrte< imj ibou Io bMonrf a c rnilUo J i (|h ^^ kmi Between romancing and arc not difficult to grow and then |-:ting mtu hn u-jter, induatUm hi at least one gardener I %  ^^~saTAllirii7 Barb-do. who grow, them rich '• %  u 1* received that a pardon *T. m, nw thf rr aU 1Cf *out in the open so successful!.! murderer whom the marshal £; S&TSLf'i^aSv'SSLh* 1 ldl aht *"£ P'ck bunches at %  rreenhouae estabK *time of these lovely sweet frequent handling ... I"* the noon train to a* venge^ C SBBBP "'" "S^K"^ ""*" *•'* ReahHng his dut>. the mat* \ | 'g, ,. ', "! tllwarded badge, -eRlr (ri^d, ,,.., ia ,, ,,,. .„.,.„ Carnations hive huh fu*es to leave the town, and %  „,.,. iind ,* Bn ,an{ i t .-, h grower should know about u when he Is unable to collect a JE, of rfi I4M rnuN or,,rr '•' ,,e •"^^Bui posse to h-lp him. hr faces the corned, gtyU entertainment alM th e %  ohsr\ %  ganj alone. Well-pointed is Ihe no rssHOB WDJ ^..m.ition plani bitter Irony that human weakness IIKtili', < Tor wtoSKVhiroW ( ,rora '"i 0 ^ "^ roles as the m.r.K n and g.ve, %£££,?* Zl"\ 'ha! S !" from a 'P or piping off ,i ti strong stirring p-rforrnance of nU tWo „,„,, „ nd „,,,,. „.„„,. old pant a man who realize* he wjll probfath „ Hli attempts to meet tha ,3> * b > Ia > e n * P 1 "* ;i bly be killed, but whose inp lvmPn ,„ on a f Mn from nr an old plant tegrtty and sense ni dgty make BIink Orandnaws poaching on rh B f 1 ^ T "",>• hou d u him take on n light against hopeil(1 un fi ,endlv neighbour'! prop**'*" ,ed ln h " 0 r "oxes f rar] less odds Grace Kelly, a charm^v (|tld t romance with its upS li hl P 0 0 "* 1Water vei newcomer plays his Quaker „,,,, downs ar,. the Ingredients for lightly as these plants do not Ilk' condition. Plant %  hiah g %  erettng rhanri's i i ssun i tin' such iramfnii, M H ,him and sunha'i: eg to bg ut manlernvart. Chen w the raqu %  uenping ,moy, on *• Llauwnanu hair tont which (n 'SlSrfi her. mulls to say the 1 an ^K t % *T „,X, t ^? '"* 1 "'"' .-del. and'their /l 1 1 ..H 1 "" h ?"? •25?' vlfe. ilesi 11' uly appealing story Dale t>gg> 1 %  IhaN factorhavi ( %  earing a %  In nn effon • %  %  r.y dim iti Pl.iri.lB and mi' l>e Cuba. t-tt>i which I II. (!" %  l %  %  qtlllB) % %  gW %  l*Tl b) ptgA the '"' markrtt I i after the wedding, returns to Robertson and Joanne Dni play seedlinaa out in an or•, help him in the unequal rattle trH riirls wj|n Walter Brennan when they are a few Inch -, high, 'o a n A splendid supporting cast is rii.ilngunhing himsell one.again Position And Preparation Of Waasgl sus* ai top t.itatson dt hoaded^by Thoinaa Mitrhell. with ,„ Hvothat good character role. Thr j^j "rise, i i Ate %  < BH && k LW Ssts-ft ph,n,i aSS" ''; Sff noTIIRR T'> KNtK'K with HichP< !" "' : "inny bed Dimitn tsnsntTll haunting ard W.dm.irk and Marilyn Mrmhen preparing the bed rorh Prha| background music, together wilh roe. A melodrama It concerns a In n "loormrr amount of well %  ateaUml annular phnt.graphic young flier. )llted by his girl. roH'M pen manure. DMBtl of I shots and the set|uences without who becomes invoked With a,deIf the bed^ls^at all hi i: DM I Lloyd Hr dJM, Lw 0 nio .. Berj Mi Rioan I dialogue — or with verv little— ranged baby sitter in a New must I* lightened arid sand and ., deepen the mood and the InYork Hotel. The mysterious, but avood ash are best for this, but AMORM exorable march of action in this attractive baby sitter pervade* lear mould is not recommended. \,, hole disturbing. story and Lime however is very ,,e<.-sary ,„ %  ui.itanU.inii wagUl THE WAGONMASTI K Hir%  %  %  Aim of uatj ttural : %  |ng stoi ) and Ume however ii any feelmc if compassion for her for the successful is quickly lost when It Is realiied Carnations, and while thi thai .vhe ii homicidal and that die aoll K known to have ,ihj.rt "f her mania I* %  old deposits of lime making ohl child. Acting It good, but the necessary as a rule to add limp. picture senratTonalV over-em yet In the rase of carnations, to phaxizes menace for the *"kof whom lime is so in. ii „ suspense, and the r -suit i> hor3 if.O — page II POULTRY NQTES For lha llrst four days chicks Teaching urW* to roost mill P>M->BI %  iiiotion. Several avoids crowding ami piUi 1 layers of old newspapers ought thus encouraging fast unObrni rtarnntloo" to ba spread over the mtgussv growth. By the time the chicks Utter to prevent chicks eating are 3 weeks old, low roost n We bava nmmihrf the rl) %  I9t. the about 400 lb. of iwrson in i %  %  addad, tha Bi tivcrage Bcu > %  Naad to I,,.ik and mUh wggatahlai bad ill othei iition Showing at the Plau barees. WAGONMASTErt of frontier adventure tol> %  rtfDur Baa actual hUl deals wilh the penl-. b.. nnd adventures of a grt Mormons who, in 18'.!' dered t g" to the San Juan val a) In Utah and > there. With tw.--v"miit (.ssuurrsmen engaged by li.n iei._ i.. guidr the wagon-ffain over' Ul trackless eotintry. the pioneers out on their rugged and dmi: i ous journey Their exploits 111 getting the train s.ifctv through the swiftly rowing rivers and x v "tier befoie they have learntecled by wire should Bg 01 over the perilous ,,ountain passes** '• ' '**• t place. Pr^v de 3 inch*, of root"Wcta Bsfon and thenexperiem with the For the first day or two a litting -(pace jer chick. member, of n stranded madid!* He stalling feed should be -,> show, a part) t NavtJM who ipiinMlcd o n the papers to leach A* long SI the litter i.ni. n Wi fortunately turn out to be tiiandly "' ehlcaa to eat. The top layer clean and rj it dOM not Deed and a gang of murderous bandits, of papers covering the litter (hanging, uiuaSfl Ibara iliould a •xtant, Mm all keep the pace moving at a should bo removed each day. n outbreak of disease. How loi of ihaSe m good clip and build up t> .i Plgad is also placed in baby chick the litter i<-mam* dry depend thai unproved refrtgthnlllng climax. \ 0 which the chicks will upon the ki id and depth Of the pern Ittli | n v~.— o !" t^a—H. „a u-„., t n "'"" %  tf^y h ave eaten the Utter used, on how often it i* local loung Hen Jonmon and Harry r^j uprtniHej „„ the papers, ttirred, on l'ie ventilation of tho Umstioi with Join,Ii Drui as. the gaud? Af,cr four ""J" j B1 " to "" TOam and "" *• l n "*! '" 1^.11 of (he uidlrirT show W .rH ntove all of the paper covering preventing water bei, k spilled U !" A miJZt hPlv liTfrTrmLnrP he litter i.iid the chicks will around the fountain.'. Should luo.non pel Em i (Seattle! MwSS %  '* f "" rn * ,h,,rr ** n,i ""bit** of dsataw who has troubli IanWire platforms for water founIt %  alwoyi advisable to remove v •ncfil U be built when the all litter and thoroughly I %  % %  L Apurev touches of in"' :lied chickaie between 3 and 3 and disinfect the rooco. it bv Alan Mowbray in his inlmiweeks of age. Thl* It a preca.iMake sure that plenty of clean hj bind r table style while Jan. Datwell tlon against disease wh'ch may fresh water Is always available. MK'beT is Hnc as a nlutant paOBgBI result fror wei spot* and eonfeed two pounds of chick starv < \\ As in ilmn Noon", the musical laminated areas around the founting feed per chick and then grows 1 b-ickeround i an i m n n r t a n t i -it. ch*na to a g rowing ration i -FAVORITE COLOGNES, PERFUMES Grossmilh Lavendrr Watrr from Sir. Soaps (1 I.IM-. -I WI Yardley's Cllfl Shavine II.. I -J I" Yardley'a Poudcn Geo. Sahely & Co.,(Bbos) fl's in the v it Alt it tints CO-OP. COTTON IM TOHV LTD. The CORNER STORE iOtt \MAS KHOPPIXV !" Kiichen Knives Ffafe Turners SawHinx Polulo Mashers Kicen. ( %  niters Skeivew Str:iinem Ii:K BsastfaTl (ftstsWy)



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I'M.i roi %  -I Mi\T VDVOf ATE Hew health and brilliance for your hair H Silv tknr. I. %  :.. n with %  fin more SOvttrM l worn ii.oii DEATH OF A SPORTSMAN '.. MMKO 'I" ilia *gc BNlL Gren%  l iniaad in 1M0 %  . %  %  : be was mate i *w nail aSSft. as nc toad us. wu lightweight %  tag M u u known thai In Prance, iimr • no was noing in Anurn.: nee -i-i a*a a son in tnc BAT. rw tem ... w*i short urns .11 inw-.c, ttaroaoos lo ace -• • %  kawaa isavwdfSBut te -,si MI\\ in< i MI i i: 'I WO We i I %  Silvikrin WITH OIL Tie Rigkt-StjU Hair Dressing help %  W ; toe game a i %  SUykiiy bltnded— patirnth iiged OLDii ANGUS %  however, for whsch be t %  launched tun.. - ie r *aa purchase fcc oeeame la* iiaom.. Paa.ua owl of a hall-bred nun :) '. Bari-edos SB be a _ Bdrr June r-kture and %  ..... ao h later sold UBG. t* not strong ii He survived lb* %  %  ha. race he **I pat i v.. SCOTCH WHISKY 1 he ih4 J A tAOSti N'///.>. Preparation* Fur Christians I < arc be>. rested in a report of Both, 1 had though:. but wu %  aaa •* !*_*• Since then not much %  vaaoaa if be can repeat the %  ... %  %  • I since be ran at the Dtetv and two other l cUm t **. the bands of Dcvua : %  tarred on the e to compere with n %  Year meeting :ad Derby in 1MT. In termf Kteot of pome 40 a lew week*. more than to aee Footmark back In one of the beat ci iotas we nave seen .from J: good as Commando II wu .... NI-\I "less I am sure he • at•; beat imponea iprinters a food run fat such a scarcity of good reoles (every!,. %  DH T Frank aXeU %  Manchester City Beat Chelsea 4-0 I From Our OV. n I orrcspoedrnt t LONDON. I TT*e Mo*: Vtomta i Dig time Sow be Chelsea*s boas Ted DraKBealen four of the table Manchester ^ > .:., ftbsJ again hovenng dangerous: "near the brink oi ::. Drop'* Stamford Bridge aooa Drake t1 been out ana about laokuu; sol men who could boon cneisca i %  of 1H-. a:t%  rbs. r. i n But u" Drake is worried at leut' ;-. BHhhSSJSfl : dfaa -rt BMUin They are those treat DerbyMUn %  ;: %  .:stssi HatT] saarai sad fssaaskj Csaaki The Storer boys of Coventry banjed in seven %  ad Sammy Crooks' Shrewsbury Town slam' med s-x second half foals afaunsl ScaAhand to equal Coventry's Man of the day was; Km McPherson Sorts County's red haired m a r e s I *-ward He scored the five ml defeat i of BlackDurn ineludi&f s second LUJM —Ian Iras, b igTii South .African* Make Hevotery n . ad, asro %  Ihllif .-:: %  %  bee* in peat style it Hulboroufh !*". % % %  a lirm for aw sa M MM J—2 after tnulmf 2—1 at tne m j. L.! -%  MT I %  V %  -* iPO*T. BUI S^ter ft the equaliser and of aa likely to make *-'• ami A_DMtas from ume centretralian u -me frabbed the has a fraa" chance of becoming ::.ade Stan Ms Detr manager parucularly reaer.*. r.u c>untry by be--ig chosen hai-py u the nearest challengers, ag. before IMKMWIIOWI. TOP EKXWB l\ lU.V.-H.i.L. GAME (6*. \ idmer )/ i uri'i\ -r-it raree lakniiai . Ft Marassil saa Brersn Wee*mm aawa rta earaas] day *c i %  : %  %  sheo tin uq sin d silsM i %  ** bowlers th% %  : % %  :'-• w \l.iui r TOP BCOBE ALCOTT top*• %  ****;'... I :i and it .> oeedeo practice i %  was aoand It did seen .. roc the B Han impaired i I Spartan ana W opening tatsmai., snai^ j !.v nss been coached and ... .. quired of him. ^^M I %  all would i. %  ,m %  — "— %  *—fUd io see a lot more of him. CL-ffM U \l-COTT I b CX i cvre St 43 .... the batsmen were or. %  %  %  : should o.. something auoui nis run up to the wleto I Ml bad juogket althoufh tn 1 seury snd tempt the batsman loth to take a chance u %  •'ul attack. BIKKt.II HAKES bUGHESl B.CA. SGOBB •T* S B1KKI %  • ana PSSSSd the C0 \.f t but he hu scored %  % %  • %  : '--' : IDS per match, indcc-i; %  'inmendably consistent .:..; : .: %  I Close of gSM ); "' : -: 415 runs In ten MMM PsswsAMMl ';. Wsnden arho has scared the eovstod Ml ruw S.M. See.:., ings it is reasonable to x hundred runs %  NOON! GOl n WICKI ra N l Barker o individual of First revision : K ,".",, HS li:t\Bn H • j: we end of tne M lirst the %  Club, uirruii.. I* *" %  VISITING ENGLAND 7 FOR THE CORONATION • A 30 Seven We remind you that any one of the good looking AUSTIN family of cars is a happy choice for the motoring family You get so much enjoyment from driving or riding in AUSTINS that you :t.vanably yield to the urge to be out and about. There's the smart surpnsinely loomy A.30 Seven the A40 Somerset with its new refinements and extra power, the handsome, fast A70 Here ford all built in the Austin tradition K make your pleasure a lasting one. GO BY AUSTIN. AND HAVE A GOOD JOURNEY A 70 Hereford A 40 Somerset CALL IN AND LET US EXPLAIN HOW EASY IT IS TC HAVE AN AUSTIN MEET YOU AT THE DOCKS ON YOUR ARRIVAL ECKSTEIN BROS. Dial 3387 Bay St Dial 4697 ?_ :> ...: "A' Blackpool were bsitaa. In r stria Race Arsenal cashed in on these defeats by drawing I—1 at Burnley %  ad s:e now* m fourth place. Leicester brought bis v~>' season to 22 and Joan • %  the preset:: senes close. I! N-utb. Africa finished the %  1 lu for one. • ,:ghteen j Leads* a—1 dafeat of Swansea. Char*** haa nw scored 12 at] I sever gawaaa a* %  I i had quite a day at No: %  • %  ind Northampton, he ordered of? : vith and %  '. Tom in the dressing rooms'.. Mirren ana &: F.:e .:a*r%  n* 1-; Ag* at the top of the Scottish %  Wl %  l *,~ %  -„. ices back of it. %  • "**. fell, WM had a gross S3 Ms handicap of & . J ll *_.. ..-I ."•' f V*L psad >-: %  • 1 mm Lsagtw cup holders Dundee, have ilsT'S**TT kird place. The League Caampions after holding ..ad. *ere beaten by the odd goal of nine by mercuIhs Rangers revival connnucd with a 2—2 draw at Edinburgh against f half Johnr.y Oai -ve obtained 11 ghi ssMsMs ';<'' '-* from me Lai six games. Roekle> .-" C", %  hssdofatos. Keelah Ki a who he: uth the second rune, ana was 4 eighteen. %  In this fine tarfanaanca gave her the MUs At well hac a fur-trok -..:, %  Una, six strokes back on .' t end of the '.^ MM was aligned -* mat K 1 %  B ATKINSON LOSI 3 LEAD **'•' a, the %  r 0 bUS) with 1-.: lei man-he? and thi produced sever. ch.. .,^„ 0 ne wu %  defended the No 2 pi. %  ;. gainec • •had MM gMMj alw> advano %  pace .'. E r. M t Mra 0 %  p :.'.. Kn II Mn V Crai Her. Nt s> 11 77 >1 14 7T 93 20 VS N 'SO M IS 81 101 7 103 '.4 89 106 18 88 ther nil %  Thomas PYRAM I D IIAXDKI R( I II 1 IS .olounfo* rn ( -* A A TOOTAL PRO! CANADA Dil. (IIIIISIMAS mUM (OMI'IIIIIO.N M^iii};llai.-i:\irii,|nho|im'iiilKT^llii III 1 <\>.\IIA IIIIV • pn BoUlut %  : ... ,: : ,.. : u„ ,, s who arr oBc: spcUers:— ^^ 1 ir-l—A TurLiv j Mam and .1 ( Im-lui... IMiim I'uddm. Second—A Ham. Caanlation Priie^-'Jn l„, „| n ,da Dr. Bevrraun. Please write clearly. .. c tm ^ address, and Spellu Only words app. will be considered. Individual b, used ,„ S. ord m Upil in ^D^DRY^LI"*'' L* ""^P"""* b 8* <•) led CAIC1 eorlu. and must reach us by noon 00 toe %  bar. isss. io compl; *ith the a teuton of the Judges u final. CAMAM Ml l,ii|i||\ (l (OMI'AM OF lAatlNS I iMilt-1> HUN hi • e Tra*t kwi .*, % 



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SI M)U IIH I Mill II 11 1952 SUNDAY AHVIM \ 11 P4GI nvi Salvation Army Annual Social Appeal Th Sal-. Annual Social Appeal i \ ide Chri'lmas Cheer p,irpfl lor poor families and treat* i hild-rr and • the Sal%  during IM3 Donation* ivmld Ix%  -in Armv. able to tend you n. Please am 2*67 and an I P Williams Esq $00 Mr*. Kale A Ballo,i 2 40 Burnl'i'-V 6 20 Wilkinson ft Harne* Co. Ltd 10 On Mr. A. M. Webb s.oo The Canadian Bank %  Commerce 10 00 %  \ Friend 5.00 Mr. D. A. S. Lawless ISO 4n C Esdalal 1.00 Mr*. Agne* L 0H1 riurton ft Co Mr Louts Rvh | v i).i |ma .'. c. ].%  > 141 D* I Ima ft Co Ocean View Hi b 5.00 llata Shoe Ston Mr. J. Parraviclno . 5.00 rmor Bowrbu i 500 M R 200 Miss Dorothy Hut son -'40 Hot*) Hoti 1 i Mn ii. .' Bo 1 Oil i.t.i> Hateon Mr -. I)...mt ... I1MN WALTER M Bar. Per. 12th 1852. FAREWELL I atrrio'i.' . The rlrrn Woir* fareiceli. rode shlpi In harbour gaodbyr Ml, T'IK • %  rautifnl Whtfr Lady Boat, .1 irwi-.rn! nran on teeters afloat. Ordcclfcd in o:i her brilttenl lioht TM po'rino nlfhf, a tterrlina no'if .fotr ilo %  i upon her vaxj rudi ere here* of da n-tinmei [owo. MM fadl'ip llohts, (Ms farewell nng .4 two-.berth Carthrlc Be* • could, lee'd make her *fan' rr l hem Hdr Firlr fid.. No lonorshall A' anchor W i. %  i f'Tto-.-oTlno (rips Aboard rhrie ro"i/ortWr shly. tfo more from Camds trill %  Bntotnp on* carpers a*d *•' *"o" \' w more rhr old familiar roll • It On I boat son"" from boatmen all, i will la-inrhei com** ad oo Heorlno n'e"0"s fn and fro Alas! Ye men irho earned ironbread, -. notr |.d rhrrr peei l.ndy H""' U*11 ever *emrmbcT V.iur sad fflrrtrrll this nlpht in V Id enptain and certr for seretec rendered, IVirli urn'I lr? thanks irr fcude-. M faC "irrender. M(M.\(f M. ROCK -Sra \ Evening Institutt On \rtms Ifolitiavs Last week DM Ever Inj classes began then I %  was Uie first term (or U Uitnxtucad idi i typing cla Wrm for • %  .i tsro-ri i leading Arts. othei ivaning for men and wo centre* through""' St. John's Muce.i a iiorniand-t7pi %  \nias Munic At SL Mary's (Jiurth % %  rttJ giv,4 racitaJ ot mmlc it 9 ..: 4.15 p.m. Trie first Item on *n. H the nymn %  •Chnstlatis Bgullallan Thw will be suna; by the choir and ongreaatlon. There are In all tcms on the programme The first hymn v ;! W fpilowed ..•i bv the Vicar then the Riiw Once A, %  i aatctlon Inchtdi oou rl and Rowiay. Amotig the artistetaking part Nail Hail. BanoasnaB 0. %  %  %  %  i Institute. El* mathrmal are also taught. At Ml Shorili.tmi. Boo K s .< CIMSM i St. Aui;' r „f tbaaa " Irani pair 1 h.is ftlraady visited tna I j.inwK-a. British H B| %  -: % %  %  Major r.xiHirtrrs i British Honduras and BftUan OUtana wtra nai port-is el* niles were mainly lmportars. However. Trii l>articul.ir. had %  %  '.;hiuble ind other woods. Ha d that su unproved saw-mllUns grading, mid nroaaure treatmcni ith wood IntoTati MI-TIOC. specially. In addltiof to the Iwo major Umbera li Hoi dura* Mahoajanj Brlttan (iuiana ajraatkhari "f which an known .11 ov IIM worlu ra larae quantrttaa ot other woods |n the i-a. some of la ue III.rnallv or nmk.' luofaaaruily, .ind thirefore d<-. VKl att-ntlcm lecause there wbr> larfll QuairH%  Industrial Mission Back Fn London has* oai O-B ca n siialsafi we. is. The five-man industrial mitsto headed b> Mr J Unco'-n Btas •I IrMlus? i .. pa v* ,-ek v. to Jan.. Barbad. and Brlttlta Guiana They at %  iKW word report investigation^ The prrHmtnaty arork on th, '.ine'iced on the %  Ip and It ii hoped 'I it \ill IH> cOir.plrted wit hi i week 01 Ian davs ( npias are %  >.>.'* four West Indian Covernment* and to tha -! Secretary. Mr BtaH sid he ..ud has colIr.ir 1 )" had been ittipreaead by had *een in the yriThev had visited over 100 factories and %  hat a wise and aound pattern of the development had taken place. Mr Steel said there waa nead In the neat fire or ten years for imiih greater development of type which it would be bayo %  of local governments Ida Tliere was need therefore to :'. was a sound propoMtion. In l • a great lesponslblUtv I ,[..vernmenla l a>dara, They had i n;irt to play by ahowlnvs and I me* of all inc. politics, photography, handiimpt and nun eolleeUna, Itougll SeaSink 2 Boate %  %  %  V. %  41 e %  ThBIUV la.Ou e m. %  %  Tie Tm> i I"* Hough a caused L-.,, [I ill: i: • %  !'•. to : ink All the rre of the iwo i %  M %  iatl aie -hr "Sln!-.ii" %  in, v, belonged io Bvani of Hrlghlon Black ., Black Eagle' which belonged t" Sydney %  kwlth Stre. The %  Sinrioll" went lown mile and a half afl the We l 1. Rum B< tlm r> hile I I .^le'' -innk ofl the •a %  Pr RATES Of hXCNAVGK \IW YOMK %  %  %  i \s \l> \ I. iMin-nri in."Mat* 1 :i %  inI CaMs io-. J %  %  YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT Ii.Infill frum lodrlnjlonnil. Total rainfall lrr CHALLENGES Oshourne challengen C Bellam* Wallbrldge challenged Fi 1 / < %  Eastham challenged K Miirphi Innisx challenged P, Grelg Thomas challenged S. T ippln If M.life rhallenged F O Daysh cluil lenged I Maskell challenged C. Bayl" Ridger challenged W Alkn, Norris challenged C, MtiMunk Nov. 2—B Nov 5—P NOV 8—F Nov. II—R Nov 11—C Nov. 11 K. Not U M Nov. 11t Nov. II—J Nov. II—H. i e*i i'fjert and hon#> 7m Rheumatism, Aches, Sprains, lnsct Bites & Stings Apply healing, soothing THERMOGENE MeoV cated Rub where ihe pae it. ki penetritmg medicated warmth relieves the congestion and chirrm iway the pain. Rub Wgll in except when ipplylnf to bites and itlngs IF YOU DOUBLE-ACTION THERMOGENE MEDICATED RUB (n big g'ass Jars and handy Tim are ALWAYS TIRED lake PH0SFERINE TONIC WINE Arc you always tired "< Arc your nerves bad so that you cannot -ilceo? Do you easilv get depressed ? You need Phosfcrine Tonic Wine. Hveryone likes this rich, pleasant-tasting wine, which has the valuable tonic properties of Phosfennc. It will give you new blood You will eat well anJ sleep well. Your nerves will gc stronger. DEC. 14 NO. 254 TOPICS BY JOE & ROBERT sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BRLAO and the blenders of J & R RUM THE SHIRT THAT FITS TO A T II IIH III Mil-: II Ml. Mil I. XT Ml. SIIHU.S Take PHOSFERINE TONIC WIN F, You'll soon fed better! U ft* ...SOUEBODY 0DCRT TO TELL HIM TO CHANGE TO ESS0 EXTRA MOTOR OIL I Thousands of motorists hove used Esso Eitra Motor Oil tor yeors, and thousands ot new owner, arc finding it the best oil lor their car,. Esso Eitro Motor Oil i, a premium grade heavy duty oil containing a tpeciol inhibitor specifically for corrosion prevention, and an entirely new detergent which keeps your engino cleon and in perfr-t running condition. E„o Extra Motor Oil is sold by practically every gorage and service station in Trinidad, IT PAYS TO SAY Sssol TOH ALL PETBOI.rX'M PRODI'CTS. ESSO STANDARD OIL II M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.



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PACK in M Mm u>v*x i n si M.n HI ( i MIII I ii in:-' Christmas 1952 By FVNSAJn mort h b~„ Kl. lb. Turk., %  lU* I... It. / \>iiin\nt /\ to\ixt\ it) innnmi\ lixtthin low sun. but at the UM sides. : plates and groups of ill placed. From these I forl Hatf| to be filled with and Mum men on to the %  %  l ,.,d ,h. .he, hcl„ „„•„,i.imury. vo!.ihM* mi* th*r UM vegetables put there' inee*. Ml OB %  tide %  • %  the "help yourVlf" too. Guests ait where they like about and if a few email tabes these tan be • at? M enjoys me he more because of the This does not mean of course U entirely by no moans, for even %  d housestaff can %  dog out and washing 1 up dirty plates and lasses, and fetching ar. CADBURY'S DAIRY NILK CHOCOLATE CLEARS C i 'LOS Qt H A /.1 8 The bauty of Ferguson cottons... rxquiiit, Jriifni |)Jt>iK*m d >i leernnkers, (jn'i&t ilie lively etiip f-'er^'iuiM beautifully i> Drive away UGLY SKIN diseases now! % %  .1 -ilSi.i : T. >• bo.uw n( "l tpmt an' | Ihici itm ana* m and ..thing girt you mil***, iker***' asjha I Gear up vuur InJ ihe .1, ill mh UK I* %  k, ccrssia %  U.DD. Pros* MOW DID. tIS 10 AUKKLV Ii D.D ass* rhei r< !" diei. ha* a prm v.tim anutrptt. [>if li •inks deep pant <-r :( >*m IBM germ*. Jnvc an! bring %  Malmg 1' anjjlukin 1 %  M aai* m %  DDD PRESCRIPTION C^-l^t" SeittcCtunx e{ 1t\e Ifea/u 1. M IVXI MAKf-UP MT... Contain* Pan Cjfcl I pace Powdei lnvutMcM.U t ; 1 SkinPrnhenri l-wt>iv* Pencil. Eyelash Make-Up end Cologne .. 2. SWIM -MKt-'Jr , 3. PAN-CAKIMAKIUP 4. COIOI HARMONY SIM, a JltnipHRfu < 'if..' % %  M %  w. I %  n*/it—* i i dtr, P. I Caloric ... MARI-UP HT hsvssonreasr Rouge an J. I I • %  hadci I At Leading Drug and Deparimenl Store* jpj.Dle of waiting on Ibe family ; %  but ve<* %  !e best cooked if it i %  %  I %  %¡ uigtrau older gem thing" and %  Etttl time* have changed, and "V" BiSTgVWMTC and gr nme sat bead ind .., lne flr ,t n ot :: l bl f-7* XUi rlthout the help things, and nllc •'"in ke-p UK rnoie %  MM) ht unpwurtgi pDarible rtjeklog to the I %  %  perfectly, i r (nil*. Have pb I thing, out let/ van.I in a good win too with thfa | past Even the •irannips and Unner. to I '"d vavourles with !h cocktails and to %  %  Ith Soup, which may Beult I .-, %  rmall}/. • %  I I. hut remember. :i %  ye iifter a\\ The tab!.aim pie there mual tag rietii* •<> its fuM tv.-rvthlng. < 1IRISTMAS IIINMI: 'Turkey and Ham. Roast Beef Jug. English potato, String Mean* Plum Pudding anil Brandv Hutlet Mince Pies. Coffee. Liqueur. "• %  nks could be 9 LEIT : Ensemble for re*rt wear droicned In pure IrKh linen, has rlo.el> filled bodi-e with spron trmil with Iwo itaffiml poekela: a cirrular aklrt: and a brlrf pair of linen -imrtv. Rir.HT : Knrr-bultoned bree. he. In rusl colour linen, have the new lulling hip pocket*, and tfl "urn nii a g|aaTe|aBi ( '"k ra>on blouse. —By Louis London & Sons. Before And After Six O'clock Ith Cracker* galore placed: and c rved. at the b ihe ham | %  ihe 1 Turk. Cockuils before dinner, whiskev h, '>* ft WTfK*e rllimor.aisdUo.uoun '" ng of UM i i i.ffce. vlll be no nag niaht to hi %  %  stable its fun to ve a Lighted tree, f>r after dlngt <>n Page 7 Whol's Cooking In The Kitchvn || \ \| few minutes then add the and the ham (wtl Hot Ham Bread -^ 2 '" na11 **2: then add to the mixture. or Butter a pna dfafc, pour the %  2 mi l ufe a nfuls. %  (ill more than a third %  MII t tin.. %  I %  i; ! Dot necoaaary i.ut it you cht-ese. ham it is batter to put %  *unee the ban then add a bu iny bit. Take the aBU ,1: ''' Ihe whites ol (h tryUiulg and put the pui-ee in i ii. 2 eggs 2 %  ,,|lt ,h ^ bowl n the ici r two hours. Then add the U Stir f.n D fl until everything Is thoroughly ,he 1C *-, Add 3 at .. time, stirring all %  i ,,,„ „ :.' „. then %  aaaon with salt an I .._'' %  PW go aauoti i Ha iiuile a lot of ai Ihe water boils, put the saucef K5 "Snf."^2 .11: with the mixture and DOS. Fashions For Children %  '<" dmplg ..: %  %  Nw.*. Peter Stepping out 1953-el |fl In clothes set b) B-tflTOUgh front theaa k ra ag bu tt o n ed breechei In Prince Charles and Prince** Anne and. full sk.i' .dark rust-coloured linen, worn With %  is rapidly btinK reflOCtOd by blue n> loti fklglimi yeevele^ .>*. manufacturers of children's clothwitn white collar Anci separates, They wc:. i ,-os of the two children. 10 long u t. .. were gashel Fashion Group this % %  dad in corduroy dungaintroduced here for children, idea of the deslgnei wai i iat rees, have become farnluar. Qgol rj deolin ahlrl And mothers watching a fashlv ith striped demm UM -how for children given by a YouagSkH manneq,,. ed. as suitable lot ,okl.iil parti, top wholesaler wag* pleased to .(,_ dr.!" u ,,.,.,( n, •„, u tor beachwtar. But this met note that such styles win be mass,,,^TLK" ^ 5 4 A T d i wrvatfve reMptloa Tinoducad Thersj iware cotton bil |,, c "£ rehears,. 4 women f IU „ted dungarees in blue and y \ m ,tnor ,,u "' •'•*• untba white stripes. Amerleaiv ,oa ,ea backstage during Ihe Bgun .. and, (or the very foaoc, %  %  %  I fuU^ORlf fashion All would be easily show for i i evident watned. that styling have developed so (Of those DaOthara trao much that moth) nt when Ulren, and have time ,thes. keep up with the necessary lau-i\,. v \ vaT \ ( „lour resses with fni:..i .. Look ,. r f( r •garance' ,gge-tion : • -'stiffly to stand out ov.-r Clthmt Jha beafih-bTg. attached to the • ten %  '>' > petileoat like a carpenter's apron. „. ! "";> out V1V11 .,,,,. vvll!l „ h From the lilt ...... Woodertand. h ( hlttory. 1 oven tee atn I of a Delightful for young chihi,. k .. . wore the "I aprin Imn: formed b> tjyo outdre 'giraffe %  m th,size stiffened pockets. The I .• up clour* — lime yellows, dark navys and peacock blues — One other fashion point from %*£"*, *? h **?% ... ferred were the aott r,^-k j and pale blue-, seen on 'o, (1IU |hr %  E %  %  our-of-thrtOf n llarbarn Goalen And folk ther* •atpraai Og '-heir conddered opinion, suggosta -. tbtd .hi IH banned ftotn beech %  But perhaps those ovei be more enthusiastic about keep%  ,. vith the lat M During the same DBXadV .. ted with ular ov the show was that dark D will bo :hr eolOtU %  the bottOfl dish. Turn the dish Upa| that surplus Hi Pour ih.gajxtura In the dish. When eo -rather In lightweight linens or dlsed* nylon party frocks. cotton, it will be smart and cool Another fashion trend for u .it"> otli children v. led It to the Ii Igoygaabol Fashion Group, mother-and-! .uahter munis, which has 31 membei now i w-huh the daughters dreai ap] :< r gala : UneO-type pearvd M her mother'.. Mostly the Uek, A Pretty Face Is Enough For Mother By JOANSA PACE one glanea r %  photograph lifted think lhai you cannot rely on IT'S still a world where first a load of vorry from the. heaii Ihe ilngle phxtograptt %  .e than anyof n mother-.n-law — and turned I %  %  •!gg LIIH bin't it? It's still a her into an -nthuslast for a irl first appearancet anywanV world where most people make wife she had never seen? up their minds about you In the You're So Wise ... f**a lhal conceals a lint glance at your face. They told the mother of Cor~", h€H X hcre i *"" mllllon, f It's still a world When you can RW* Geoffrey Bacon. B.A.M.C.. J^Pj* *h honeet and turn lose a job or a man by the l ong that her son had fallen In' love "t to be just that. For every th a Korea %  > girl and was P^"? ... l %  maait hou " ll "' % %  m the boiling water. Muk, I Put in a plate .. M you can with i > %  ] Sam of Bun the mUti m cook for t %  : • %  > %  W' % %  ; i %  twi nty rtea la UM water aleb must not boll too much. Ham eoolu take them out with f*ul in a mixing bowl and serve with pnrt „i'• the tlrst tciT %  !" *-.i K ... butter which you will melt ^,nd% Tan Intreduction. fringing her horn, as h.s bride "f"*|f '^ a nd stir w i th a wooden H Kin tor a n I |> of the spumette. | Did you notice how UkWMk Hritaln. !" ( 'i n .-n, How did lira. Bacon react to Thank gOodntM a ny wa y that the news thai M I area to begin first woman In this country to Ufa With b koga new have as her d.iughter-in-law a wife on such a eenaibte note. Korean dancer who can speak no For the new Mrs. Geoffrey English'' Bacon Kirn "We were a bit disturbed at Chung YuriK. winch means Goldfirst," she said. "But when we an Friday — will indeed be saw her photograph and what a atrw in Beachgrovelovely girl she Is we were quite rood, Fishponds. Bristol. happy" If Golden Friday goes with Congratulations, Mrs. Bacon bee I i;-law to do the You are a wise woman b • "Ppmg she will be such a warm welcome to the turprtaed to see the eggs for sale wife your son Is bringing hoi:. grocer's countAnd to those people who may e> On l'age II SMtfc** bob, t to! ( pa.i, t**(K o*d d.noo'oH d to CS*'(>*> BaaMl 'tf*g. kUioiii. >dB<'. .B*M oaaai r e laal ••••< U •.•.iK.J, M l< i. dP-d lieving the paint and ditcomfortt o* acid-mdigeition. Milk of Mognena. a product of Phill.pt, is one o* ihe lotfew, mosi effective known Ai a /oofir. Phillips octs gently and thoroughly, without gripmg or diicomfort, and w iimic. i,>g.h,in,



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Sl'XDAY. Dl'.l I.MI1I I! II 19S2 • l\li\l IDVOCATI — e; Mrs. Austin has a new line on American wives Th. EVE PERRICK Co un W ITH %  Jam! HM -uiirr aU.Miiion oi e*eryomconn iit ruled on Ihc Men 01 the MoUMDl Aim':.. .-:i State Department .-.till lOUIld tin"" Ihu week to try oul a new npMUMDl m mU'inaiionai relations To Uontlnn m* guinea pi Margretta Stroup AaMIn under :. %  :'. . i and Cultural Officer lor Women 1 ARalfl Mrs Austin %  b.b ihe nm of Us Hind. to to try t women sboul He' '.' moat t-k. appa l to beloved UBU M ... aleek. apuled >.-'i TIHUKI who like lu*u? ft (em : aorld so 1 inoufhi advisable to taae hrr to lunch and try ro buv Her I: was %  bund but I hod no trouble %  She ia smart 1. •hcklv groomed -dare / mv if i>picai Aatneu .> %  No* look la ;. %  For year* ihe women here have looked a •**? rd* : t...n. and %  > %  about start.tut to gel aomewhere No* you come along and mi to lell u* that UK i t rt hirdiir'Pii erasaed liouaevivm vhoae baabpnd a bit aeaiwl of (hem.* -Well, know." alla 11**1'red "II we ha\f a better time BH %  .:• %  because *.< %  rr But there aci over here entO than -Jietr 4 Sbo told me ol tha nte and hard time* ol one oi a*r rneada who i inc. cleaning and laundry lor the famUy. loofci alter her i..ur children tal indor %  |hl i an l S the mnnrv ihe Iff inc the ashing heriell to pay for a course .!> otaud I got in the laat word, though "Can you cook "• 1 Uanrratta (for mother of an 1B-, ear-old son'. No." ahe : Wo lev American i thetr own deat.ni that Un French off boat, anyway How lute. *e both live In a country wbe troublea can be tun gun—and a aympam £ rABLIAMfcNTABT W dure waa %  peci-cuur. %  lighted this, week lor ail i i . And a grand show it waa. Now, ol courae. the Hoi:-' nf Commona can art on with iu everyday routine of. rnaic.ng liBilillMilI ,:f lh, : ;i' "' 1 awop igsultii in the Chamber, and anacdoua in UM bar* And bi ihe Ctntral l**b> the taxpayerwith arir.aneae to air can ait out their data waiting to catch a member on 'he wing. Business a t*t about ge"ing Into thf "a* usual" state <*KT. I waa there. Said otto of 'he p<> "li*a a bu eariv in the day for the •regular.V but they'll he in as aoon the weather changes. While Irt tMM loo ecM ihev prefer to Btl in Iha part '' regular-." he eapiSUM mainly Soin-.tet> Wari'nig fiomettung Done AIU" Pan education Sitting on .me or 'tie ModMl were ran \oung men in paddedahooadar. suit* and lot coat*, and para paneni.nl cie 11 III : *harp looging charjcicrThe policeman gav.them an ejpert glance '" <>" held by English Morgrrtla aUMttS, yctt-fday. pomp %  the pro'.icol and greaa Bnt.an % %  .i to nice and caa. * • * run r.m.i: THK a city i •(• Bn* or Enc Oh. tei. /( Ian nt %  i i: MtSAMBA British and ti work out I and agried %  in:. %  %  :.. DEMOCRACY %  K* that lev iini. .. one aboui ad i enough, a ! %  n the Mm:^er ol i du self came out to see a hat could do lor tiieiii riarenre lliir.brmli chatted lor a wlilk Bo ou aae Bind a' ibfthei) wBO ...is Nt.( America io show :h; natives how Ihe samba ought '•> he pla%l. He came back we^ii wito a irai I UUa, told :n 1 ;*ot accon; about h.s adteiiuirea down in Hio. First thing thai surprad him was the furious pace ol %mi can nogand dying. "Street accrdetr about • %  minutes. Irt .-oniiiionplace '•> a< a corpv Iv nc *T."ched OBI on lie paven.n with -> ATdif at the Egft. I gueaa all arr.Diilan n %  b* equipped *llh ean-i •-.' n't there a eoala-to-Newabou*. to.ng P" %  -. i everyone in Br;l t dance saml 1 !!*. Inera aren't really so manv muaictana who can plaiy them." The nettuie tha linpreaaed Mr. iJapU tS much *as Uie kindlytliought of the proprietor of the malK-cli.il in which he was to playhaving the place ri-decoralf-d. • val. be (nun.l : In a room hung aith 'anail -nd pa.nted ffl nee %  of the uld that that was to make me frl at home Id heart lo tell tnao 1 Scotland M year* ago.' I ud I fa % %  %  M: InaU ha-1 worn i a:id .. rummerbund ai return ( "Oo-l rhuniba baQdaOMn n Sou'ii Anier.ca ever wear thai dress. They %  • % %  at d REALLY? \l>\ I K I l-l II -i ,IH!r m in a Hew Yorg DowaB aper : "The A. I Chlorop*>: II." London Bcpraaa Servloa / %  /// %  ." /HJ\(,S ////. ) DO ft, w$ X* Mt I ||M.. HaaVAM hetalt and Ann 1 oJd. eoih i-i lb i sunburned -ggfcg bj>"v kali eaaiieraied V UM rallsr ibrovi new real als ha* ar MMB* red. .VUSTJUIS-l %  oh ^1 HII IM I Mill K II ,-• %  II x %  APKII. -I I. IIA V IfMI *r ly.ounl a> Wall %  w i i du %  .1 abwrvh. i vi i (a it s ( -i .... %  %  JI \. • i„ ii i i new winter BB tj \nii \ ry rop gagj Mell lth her i velvei on ireer i. Mar£re(U 1 .IUr in Pllllll lamh OH ifjtp T/lan Gbouk Jown llil \ -nil %  fcaggMgff drape made liom limclli ol aalln In mill eolour ivntraal Ui laal little Uadi iggBB." Be Mire It la deep enough to) drape. Fin with ihimstitne hrouthe* —L-t-H PARIS NEWSLETTER from SAM WHITE So Miss Deterding joins the emigres Mid I I tarn i \i ot'ai iI l*irr—Oarne imn %  %  H i i MIII a it i. oi mam aa .uar. u I %  .*..,pi..,_. i. .i. rna MM i 'Him %  %  \I.\I vin. i ii.i i i IN •• -.c atariaal %  1 11 mm m %  11 am %  %  I %  %  PAR1I S ntVTNG U • %  Bl -i htOBM Ity nun r | DM %  •' BrltAln'i in" rho I DOB iBfctn i i, It. letdkag %  • the tate K'i Hi I naie. and ma-ond wile M Ninliunt' %  I Con%  %  C3 in %  %  ( %  : %  ...; %  %  001 RaeanUy aCaaa in-i 'niini applied i plafeil in 'lie nte*"'i i ol an emigrant She B %  : %  '.• v Ol spend r in W dais %  over thu rtOd sue will be able to draw rapttal. CAHSEO A FLURRY allaa UeUiTdingH in natur.i % %  .... ... and ron.-*t latl a and It He lie tin Monou> %  %  iBlh reau^ta %  or the H %  ao aa not to be i -xiailv %  n and %  iHir* %  i new i vin :iterarv t %  %  %  .; THEY SAII IT Q t nil < ..I lb. .eefc r i Koi l| \ Women are . %  In BAt 114 .l IIK% %  '. aeeven he dae re %  I'll IM 1 ITB NUN Kl i have *,i I-HI i I nave no intention <: M a* a inn pews 1 LAHDMIHK CCES sr. % %  .. ' %  iin %  .n land %  i I g gruun ol • .i. II i .i mil i i Hats aal of the n Mlft i. m i a d nnei p u %  THE MINISTERS WIFE T iir. u M of M M %  Cab •] % %  \1 n 'ei husbaud. CULTUDE FOR SUE CHRISTMAS 1952 m I roni Ttl* *> gin' Of BUflBI net hung witn Iltllc amBUnaj wrag tinpossible, pajd -n. 'loale^ wtuand faini:> fota ' ' v '"' ' iad< Out '" own lo the .ISM.-: -ill lie ChBtil I it maki .i-nality it rjgi.lri 'he udvantugca It is i.ui> I.I.I ih.il Uk UM CacgttBll part> arnn none hostess """ l "' n oi alaipe, chiiainiak parly aa well as the Why not try It? Doctors Prove ... A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days ffj Fa i Brighter, Fresher Cemplenion, use Palmoliie Sup as Doctors Advised iHd.'t i* oMidwi *""•* h fixm "*"*'"" **" P.lmoh.. So.p <• lmp't (W "jT.^r !" ... ,|„0.. in man, o,l O.lr l*l '•••" "-w. *"*"•' %  ^, „,„_.„„, Mi .kin .* %  J—— — — * ...,h,.. e mu iiiw n U" ••••" DIM.. .. cr eated i< K....J. MM I ....I end eleajanl nil through the Jaj YARDLEY <"„,/'. LAVENDER and iht tuxuy ivap of iht woiti' y*s alao petfjpted alt'n TerJlejU***a*r Bail. Salt. .Du.nii s I'aviJ.r -T-k-and other toilet wjuUJtaa TAIDIfT II Otf> tOSp ITIftT • LOMDOW NO XMt* IIBI \\t II \l %  ...ulul srb. |..irUoee'* %  %  %  H 'nwn t'jn.ul Ml M III •ly one ol a ng A Coefcj %  I I gga|M Ve %  —a n -nti*-> %  \ ll\l\M i.II | I gcaggga, I I .u.ling I i n. Bop] t ologne. BBtry. fa '.*iK Hgcnng ihu X* I %  A ttarful C wdy p> 01 is—to lull %  iK .i nNygpn i 11 I g-cra 1.11,1,.i po ntei Iffiptpln I i own drnertmorit 4.) % liaaaatnl i" I't'li HtilUam b'iaa*i in ' ui i ik'l"' "enut'lt %  ... • %  BAMTA \MtR4MAR • i ,li ,,( Vulptidi I .u ked Xpad Siiov mgjn with t„p(i4. i I) M %  %  pa, not Hi-' i it>) pnd Pit lure iMkt, Annu.il I Ml OfMngg nn.1 • d-ir Jong. rurat--l-. .,nd luwlgtll I |i-.ind-doWn %  tbt| to lumb|m.|>.h. lUctBJ IV. il voni rand .i.. ..i %  nmitoiiigri %  al toys an into Saaga'a toaj and IM %  i anumg' Iho I'OI VI siMn i hlMI"L. I.Ill I atul it'a well Hut Ui Mmplify \\*-. pta-oie call to 123 Meat Pfei i ikeBawMlwh irhe CBI And Rollatoo D I rgacanl I dlalln ; i i id ordet He M \ '-I htiMI >i i IMIT MlMK i SI LIMIT and aun la mid the d> brought at lb. M I no I I I.I;,' t. I dm' T-shm Sagkg Mi 'i-tone to 4 yra) 11.19; H si.82 and Shini I arBoag i Dual* rl %  i Btcfudlnaj > no > • ill) undei bat La HII l.ltTTA BAT I ou ki. • tnn ki WlU brii Vol.i 1 vew and t io youi BOM %  i Bolls. Park| inry th il 122| ou caw iheaa %  > %  '' DWB i HtVi: A ir IN IttM \ i id u* OpttBd I'I I'htful Kilts lo tlu Store on M M Knl%  i, | .ii Mi l %  i >ni ii.ii : u. 'i re I iv undei i rath r pbo r numIAIKII.\M> -HOI' UMM V \*t \" IRII %  %  v r,iprit I >. OOl Jpeppyi i .1 IM Plj-, And Cviiiin, | %  %  1 Ml MUM. i rllUBTM \ > IN mi inorii %  -" IM III -.1 Mil HMMI \ Mitt sill I II SOWSTIIINti? Lpgal We • IndlPB Hand%  Straw ^ RafBg HandBMB uitd %  ihc %  1 %  f.uav., Tahia JBHJ rna I %  lo. and Otanga ( Se.i.he.1. T<>rt,>H**hell and siatu in h-ttti from Ihh store MIIMM. I INI I m Ml M sllirls an Broad I > ..i.nn pad . i H %  %  Wedge H" i bin PI Attrartixe m %  . %  %  II l-lll A I I Mill I 111 I 1 .. L„„ m ei i lad \N %  i %  : IDC H %  colours l II. il Know stun white pal coagaa are huata prtorti] \i pnd Bdwprl i haa Sei.e V: ... I Troplt >i ...i apaui a/BJ t In hol*)-proo( Arati h art %  I HKISIMA.S t M IMIM (KM Kh QLAB8W \BI. BKOh I N I \RIHIN\\ \KI %  il.-:. i \. l IKMIta. Time VOU nd i ihange anyway and lb) CottOfl K-.-in .HI''tilled wrlB III. wboai A i ; PL '. M thing again in ., omph • Pyrea (mcludea Cl kTd DhBa remember. fiir Xm.i I' i | MI. i.u. rthli • in be buMght individually. A-d will th,.i.i Ms ..I the roe Dish Coven are I1JS. I >lrcBni*-ii itf .i I.i i with firm mppOki ... maiden/firm* Ckuuuooettc... Oiiulai .lii Ii I preoiou^ art apoknl i i wamlerfti! I wania real] Kn lift I ana*la for \-i' In| Genuine Ha!d< nfonn I praaaremaile.inlv ii ihe I nhad Stataaof raBMrfca. Tnerat.a M*Mtg/&/M (or avar) t)i %  .; %  .; %  ,: %  .•.:-. %  %  %  .:•.: %  V.-.-**-* ;I Slill I kinlor .... S TinI'I III I l I I.II I Pi I t i i COBI *, s*t/ r : nMi:, -l\l llll. sAVI i; i \ and I i FanjUHU TlUftoi \nrajtht Uni weigiit Pariuaon Mmall )>'• laad Tallorad tejuipgaaaH Subeoll, Ma Idb• %  a I ft IX PI %  Manure LoacWn K.rtih.e. DU. i,i.pgoiweara A lUku., CnopCuliei logg HIMITI.'I i able now with lull ''•" y end dl M'| engine, il % %  |W| on I ked by and an'd by Courtagv Oarage, ph. 4*16 BOH N -US*! I'B.SfcMA ri'N HRIBTMAS WOXMM Ol Mil-. I M v. %  I in 'Jib ., Ilh einht everywhere. rafnorUJ in. i :.m.u Blaek M..i.ilin, fa hi". fa In i for home arwl kid h. (II a llapla u. Ilnned end Ih" .ireM-ntalioii l-i>. li.toie Inc • DPI agaaaallai pictun yean HaraAj .i i-nt lo bu %  tp I.IM %  I V '%  .. \ .1 lllll-t fa Xmaa ami a all. A I '" %  b I O Jd. dulributlon. § I.I\I\I:III.4 i; TOILET .'ill \I" i S Tl,rf.Ibvetj Ii le i U. I £ u( lUim dvllill.tlul '.>.i|t it. S \ M dil> pliulif ronlaln '< •; ns x (.n i WORTH : I HAVINii i MEN like smart-patterned shirts Men certainly like nhirU of amort "Tex-made" broadcloth' The striking Duflerin i i^n'ii' with their handsome slripeH on light or dark background"!


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SUNDAY. DIXE.MBtK U. l2 F.ndtng littler *IM to vrtie about 01 Si. Jaoo. LIJO < %  *.... la dtaruM the Uauiy of the u'wnm he /ound rhrrr M M)\ \l\in III MM and WtM him b*fU'n two bi Iirti brantt.'ul titferj. 1/ to a hor$e idlri of I 1 ha;.— If. H ihr afternoon and WBt aboard, whenA TRUE .v EXACT HISTORY Of the Ifland of BARBADOES. IHM.I is or rm: M \ By RICHARD L1C0N, Gem. we remained three or fuur dAbout thu time some poaooniet of the ca lhem llUka there the St. lago ""*' and whilu ,i a beautiful but 00* I-.UT.V and (lower. .. %  From these wo.nlol ploaaam trees, we saw many b some OM the faired ami most colours that can be imagined in Nature. Others whose colours and shapes come short of thaat, did men of our company resolved to so as to tit loose bon that] armajao excel in f,wcc,m "'*.. a l J'; _„i_I *o and see this much odmu-ud with four large iklrts raochlog n.-s of voice. ; s our nian, valley, and when our sailors with down to the middle of' their 1 In England, are their long boat went to fetch thighs. TtaaM < water, (as they daily did) we nt colour from their suits, went along with them and Their breeches were indifferently londed there in as high going large, coming down baj billows as I have ever wn so knee nnd the upper |nrt s.i near the Ui\d Much ado we *i"unlit with whalebones withm had to be carried to land, though as to keep them noil we were on men's backs. Yet touching their backs; the grapple came as near the heat, which they wi shore as they durst bring it, for troubled with, it would bulge against the bottom. UP?" **•** % * %  No aooner than the accompanied Dy one soiaier. %  -—~"r • %  came towards us at a slow-the most port, though some were !" ow n hl .' 1( „| J ,c a( the normal pace, and desired to *hlte. but very few black. Their w !" r \^ flfwc,, % %  speak with one of u alone, weapons, as swords, pistols, mus. watt Colonel Modiford. being the kc,s P" 4 ** and partisans wtn chief man In the Company, went **1 very bright and worn comewith an Interpreter to meet him. V • nd Kracefull... This argued When he reached speaking dis" decency in the Commander, as anna,. their 1 1 q — — "" i %  a" cUflCT-. '"<"" of £80. *W I <* %  *£•. But in variety of tunes, our birds are beyond them, for in that they i.ri defciii\< [n this valley of pleasure. %  nwched with our auard. fair and softly, nearly a quartei ..I I mile. before 010) came to the much Aon praised fountain (ran The circle of m this was about 60 feet, the heii di.imetei about from avoid tdwat.i 1 ihe parish of Waatl seas una< I %  kind but. od.il> married men' a psychiatrist if he ha.1 I Ing today, but as it was he jus* roamed ;.; In his heart. Perhaps it *a his %  Mains) hu Ha u. B1 i a -> %  in i.nl> ap but on one of his visits Boston rw ittached to h'toot n thai I ii .I'tn %  scdi .: at the shipyard Id lovi %  thru Itrst ohUd dttd birtn. Hut more troubli oru 1 % %  lived, but itau wife died. It seems that Eliza's d> for Lo behuviotit at the shl| until hiinstigated a mill lOgWOOd Sfhoon ': srrvine. si Ml piratiRU-TI JI-.I KIIIMTU Upon their legs WO] wore this was ow-u. !" .-.. oner were Wa landed 1 1 '"*"" 0 tt caloui thai ** %  ** ^ u \/ f Iwl "coWn^of the cSS " > %  ~* fig** Pfgml to the U a**. Well, lied by one tidier Thr jhoet, g^J* B^Tl ^ ^ thatr awful Kapacl tancc. he desired to know hi. pleasures and this is what he '"^''-IUV toM him I Being now under gu; He said that he underftood maixhcd lnl Jn" that divers of our women were""• ,no delightful pUcaa 1 h..-.e ..xhora the day before and had VVPr fVV "fo1 ^f !" 1 """, n h received some injury from thel , loftv t, : •• '' Kp } he Plmato. oeople of the island, and it was' IO ral cocua cedar l,,CU81 m a r conceived that we were caw ,Uck inangTOVe. bully, redwow^ armed to lake revenfe on those' PwWed yellow wood. cotf.-.-. n>who had done the affront Hei tuU ca,abi,sh cherry, (ig, whose therefore advised us either to nodlcs arc laraja enough for make a speedy return to the'" !" 1 *" 1 Citrons, custard apple, bont that had brought us or to. •*"**"• niacovv. clpret. oranges. send back our swords and pistols lnna, lm f. %  nnd commit ourselves to his olto Pickled appV proteclion. And, if those fasP****' 1 "5* w, 4-2 1 ^ struetions were not presently put m y •* accounted into acUon. we should In a very a ^ ood P 6 ^ho^t time have our throats cut. had The spring itself, not so much n ba pralaad Foi tha e< of the taste, though clear enough, as for the Nyr ; thog. Po %  % %  %  %  '' 1 *•*• watching the sailertill their casks and contempbtmi! the poey ., ....... .;...,...-., iing Negro virgin! playing about the well. Anumgot them aapaclally. % %  two who came ,| ( ,Uii ..nt ol with a natural pitcher, u calabash upon their arm, to fetch water from this fountain. Craaturaa of such Shapes as would havo puzzled Albert Durer. the greal master Of proportion, but to I ivo imitated; ,nd Tttlon i %  v rea de Barta for ooftaea and inuscles and t pn.kled curiosity of colouring, though wlUl nd more [a studied dOlgei t; and a love ood. and yetjboth to the parly and the work. than bearing „ virgins We told him. that intention of revenge for any wrong doing, and that the only cause for our landing was to • ic the beauty of the place we had heard so much of from our people who bud been ashore ami who had given a very large testimony both ot the pleasantness and fruitfulness ". m ''' "" "f" ., b>' reason they can never make g J > (> wgm|d no u win. Ince (bay bava %  ,c to express the outaranea and so by that means they can ^SLT.S^St moaa of north 1 ID 'nine, were exceli.re the al ( At first he oal] under his command and a small boat, but hi* "i i. and within a short llmi one of the most feared pirates In %  ate" training he got from an old ptrataOaorga Lowthar, with whom W partnership i months. Klivsel A.Itol.erls Low's sympathy foi married d no doubt they deserve It sometimes—Is shown by the the time -hen L%  captured .i i : rt :ii.Niebolaa. he was cruising In company With anothOl pnate called tSBpt Hussel Roberts was arnught altoard LoW*l because he OfM wall with Brailllaa %  b pirates wanted to cruise lhay i>eKan W ui^ LI^^ .. bould take him along with them. Low. bowavfl asked Ho: %  ppanad to my chlldran Tha marehant skipper answcrr.i thai I %  %  %  i i hUdran wl i A bin i eamc from hnmi. Thi whether i tU-provldi t f Habits rapUad thai ha had lafi her In rat) and if "' poorly, i! • tun might child w..s then Uvtng In Boatoti .o.i 'I' v i pol •:•> Hussel". %  I l I %  I %  %  I %  %  The cap%  be .'ii uni had him %  % %  i m D Ol HMd I • %  : I gal Loi i %  %  i %  %  %  thi t.ut ot UM Ol .1 • •h,* rasa ai e treasuie fill InU d wi! He lash. .. !• %  • Bn l'a face to till'hem when still %  % %  I | I | %  %  %  .list. His slvle of i slightly as hll %  I when • delighted In hanging i %  • At other timei nmrtad K i %  %  B tur %  %  %  %  IP toga that one is graan, bata nome ,, tU^wWch Afn.a; as of Kor. to, OjgJ, eason will ever hold thai Ml I .. ^' ( h •vine can be made on Island Dptl U M Ah.•[• than %  or with, dweii near twanb % % %  | %  %  %  I 'he iii etthar lafat. I have heiird thai wln< """ %  r,"'^|in the East Indies within less being djpped|, hnn fl|tMin dpErrt a „„, „ j, ol thc Palm tree, out of which body they draw both wine and oil. which will not keep more than a day; but no wine of Krapes for the reason aforesaid. Other kinds of ties--wa found good to smell were Myrtle, Jasmine, Tamarind, a tree somewhat of that size bearini. < ix-autifill flower. The first half next the stalk, of B deep yellow M gald eoiodr, the other par! bang I .. run aVorUrt, it i> shaped like ;i carnation ami when the flowers fulls off, there grows i . %  thaa i .* gge are composeor the ment of the best painters, to undarta a to n and Wanton, as the soil that bre-l t. ;h v fed on; for having come so ne r, as linn tnotloni and grac perfi-itlv i-(Iiscemad, I gii'-ssed that nature could not. art* out help of art. frame such ICCOCBnot only of favour, but %  %  h lg h aal pan of %  i n If dancing had been in fashion on this island. 1 might have been • on pae II || : Ill Qleh he i 1 i oj if a ihl i ad thai ship, it. h .t he only \ %  %  ptui | n %  n %  %  escaped death In one I . %  || %  %  % %  !.. %  1 Btandliui %  i tb< v wen Hi I i Rl >>l I. and LOVELY LINQERIE Q1FTS Art Silk Slips $3,l:i lo S3.31 An Silk Half Slips $2.17 lo S2.2H Nylon Half Slips J4.6I An Silk Pamirs 83c. lo tl.SI Nvlon Paiilics S2.29 lo $4.82 OIR HONDEKKIL / ( GIFT HOSIERY U.K. TI.VliK POSSIBILITIES l\ COLUMBIA iONDON i I K I %  %  Colurn i. %  .hied the %  nl • M. IIII-I friend' '' %  %  mi .! %  I % %  • %  Ihi • % %  lurta %  %  ial market In which l. i -an shaic i. port that thi %  f K tO In the %  %  %  I'l'ijecta. li l l'•>gf* Nylon Hose in 42. 51 and 60 dJaV C>ucr uilh dark outlined .'* HeeK. dark Arrows, gf dark HeeK from S153 to $3.25 pair Pure Silk Hose at >L"I7 Nlloli Larr Mesh $2.15 to $2.63 mm* AH Silk Nighlirs S:ID:. I., -I '"; HARRISONS — Dial 2352 N\ Ion Ni.:liiii %  %  li ::i lo $18no It must be a ,--, SIMMONS '"^1 Bedstead For Christmas BEDSTEADS only, size 4 ft C ins., Mdh .0.01, $42.00, $39.83 Size 8 ft 3 ins Mob $39 83 and $42 30. C0MBINATI0M BEDSTEADS, size 3 ft. 3 ins $55 38 SIMMONS SPRINGS, siz1 f6 ins., Each $24.50, $29/0 $43 38 and $68 08 Size 3 ft. 3 in3. each $20.30 PILLOWS IS In. X M in. each . $7.65 CANADIAN INNER SPUING MATTRESSES, Sizes 4 ft. 6 %  ns e.vh $11130 CAVE SHEPHERD K Co, Ltd. 10. II. 12. I %  FOR LINOLEUM WOOD FLOORS AND FURNITURE MANSION HYGIENIC WAX POLISH FOR BRIGHT AND HEALTHY HOMES JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS may mean kidney trouble A function of Ihr kulnry* is to eluninata harmful impuittiei from Ihr tfklcm. If lb* kidneyt grow hiifi^h. Ihrv impurities in partiriiUi 000001 ul %  %  00400101 aixt •ritlr, and bnonir a caiiw of pain and •uflrt IIIK in joint %  anil nmaclea. The way to tt< kitihe tool i.f ihr tioublr ii to hrlp Ih* kMn>'/s. They •hoid be toned up with D* Witt'a Pill* thr mr.l.,,.... mad' %  fMTialli for thi* purpose IV Witt* 1'illa have a tnothinit, ilriiiing and antiarptir attion on the hiduefra thai g bnn|[B llirm tiack to perform their "' oatuial tuiiition proper If. I> Wilt* I'ilts are a very well-tried remedr Thr, m ->l<1 alt orr the world ond we havr niany I'ttrn from iif(-rfi* telling of teiirf K" 1 "" 1 ^ alter year* of •uflermK altrr ttikm^ I>Witt's Pills. 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-I Ml V\ \li\ot Ml SI'VDAY. DFX EMBER 14. 152 in...,,,;. Story. VIII IM I III \ Oil VALE Why Is Sprint Cycling Dull? Apparently the note o> I finished la*t 8unda> • i"" preclude* my writing >>•* • ming only to-dar 1 tiieief have no alternative bul to further elucidate why I tinnk I iV Uke the l '" '' i vent Is 'h. we n any fui %  •' J said 1 wouii n to see it and thertmuit tic many ::.ore people liar me judgine from rue paun'v In numbers of the at•.cn or twu furlong* Happily A changed all thi>. and n an now rldum ..; .i fan clip from beglnntm: to end In tot track mKi la dfelottoftj .vhere aurelv mm > aa :i.*iiigent aiun... %  Ki t. >uld be expected to toad tin .'ay. do we eat Lhasa slouching liound the track .md then all -king a mash for the tape* ,n .he laat 50 yard*" Certainly not. The day of the runner who hi I <-inething in rcaarve in the 400 n.etrea has long passed god day <>y day the stylo of running at th* longer distances ha* changed •o that to-day even in 11wed ii concentrated on from the very beginning. Of court* no one with %  knowledge of racing of any kind, even ::.OlOr rut ami IDotOT t> I will deny the value of nuking a •.print at th* psychological moment when one haa one's rivals .it a disadvantage But the tendency to-day u aiwaya to have whatever gan •• you are playing, going at a mw*iabl> M liom the beginning. It la only by 'Ida method thai ui.e cm tually find out arbo •.. bj In cycling. .ip| "-ntly, gjl this i. different. Wh tins form of .•.port should be dtl n fi other la partieulatly baffling to me. Frankly I %ee rtfl reason for It. It it a* if the crcliiU have •igreed that it is tli.pkl to ride tait paff anything but l a l. % %  11 %  hundred yards, and In fact, th*v ..•merimes rid* at if the laat 20 would suit them just as well. .N'othing could be more conducive ithe worst man winning an event Instead of the best. But unless I ii rule* are KfcN FAENUal on tfea track at the Velodrome in Helsinki. Behind Mm U toe Uep slope of th* banking at an angle of 1^ dgrtea. rhmigeu it m*uli %  gMsafM r ..; sprint cycling is ft-ievei dotMied to ie a dull affair. In H %  %  raOBg in whi.h th pistol .-racked and the i barmy moved froni tin Una within the i\r-t i.di rtdnDti r like .i trfKi|> ol parfegmliig %  kBrdatoi halennlai at tl >iaiiin|t line euch rafuslng lo lie the nt*t man to go ..ft In froni On* uf them; I think it was the actually went lMi>k .i fr.ii \i.m ,,f .II. ktafti a/Mla balani Ing \tar ai l m> I nut lO UW t,:,,Jn f „ ,„, doing this aort of thing and to %  fry it i, as moil ridiculous a race could pu*il.lv take half |R hum rnuir. riu .nai e| lad 1.000 metre %  Ml, l M 4S „, .,. '' """* a> 1 have Uonel Cx of Australia. m „ )y ave been the houid ii.mi In %  three of 1 in lad ..i Srai foil %  •.u( the lo be i ei. trod A crnrl iu, lb • n '%  nm lap in*; a half i l Id the ln.nl nut M aj r*yfu td i %  luaUy In* 1 tB ill had a lot % %  ssed the lip* f"iHi* U I ire(the %  which is n i i go ail out I began lo ,i IM) <\rk and the one which mi, th* tagMgf time wins. Oc> Ml o n ally MM team catches up aasMa the other bin this uftar the flrtt %  %  %  %  A 1 M II they ppan to them. i Ml.die j timc :..; .... %  lUtomaticaUy dlathg whole distance f %  rtdfra going | on u> the latter heals and the linal. That would mean all inters .' life the raataat times h neati would qualify for the second round, instead of a**bag the llrsl two or three in cell he.it. M the case may be. Uut unle-s .he uutnuiities do lever expect to <1 > i' will be DO moie peo> linn than (here I And there tht %  00 Ugger than we aee in averagja tootball match ngton. The Suimming i o. unfl back an th* oottTe %  ril in IMainki I cannot inuinents pi M at th.swimadlum. Tlie Nyoui and llnga of the whole place %  e b**n arranged by i intects with a divided tuire for making the most out uf natur*. was. ,l. the only place where %  a large I~.I-.HU of water I bhM eg the sea* In mi* part "1 I he world. 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si sun im i tIBER II |KJ M M\V \HV.K \TI PAOI I i II OLYMPIC STOP > 'ram PAC10 The pool, like UM StaUum, waj the 1940 game* whi MOM off. and was situated .-n full jut behind trees MUTOUDdOd more the look with 011111 mcfl which neat one just fi>r prractafing ozone and one could he rrand stand in i It was also bMlOt Una was what i with some wild friends of mine who told the attendant.* they were tors and went swimming one evening after f: %  il not for would have joined ihei An advantage wl mm* events had ovr others .i Hh I longer hours than thanjrwhen persons of H.R.H. EdlnsburKh, The Prince Bernhard of : lands ami his Iwi ters the Imtili Pi llti I %  I I • %  Edinburgh, attracted much .•;. % %  the fairer sex not only .it the Swimming Stadium. i>ut whara-tn The Bret ml to the %  WtBUBlnsj 1 found U3 rangements lot V I more like what I Cycling. although we have as miwh frai DftMVtr 1 ,.% % %  • I found myself fa mixture of Frei and members of Iha l %  swimming lean-. AT. %  %  %  Blanker*-K>en honelf, after her sensational the women's b U seemed quite happy dentally looked quit* Just behind my seat was the radio booth with bra from all OTOJI thai %  I my nirpi : nuuiu.it calling (ha i Indies. I then ;. %  descriptiur. ining events and the The 11 n t %  wtnunlng I saw %  ftnal of lha men's Spring Boat one or two h. ita I metres. 1 i final of lhe Ico !!• %  '> %  I had to choose batwei lag this Of soma of the %  rcllng. The Spring B tl thought was \iiy pel J did not know In store for DM I %  might have thougl I it Uine. D. G. "Skip|)\ B I ed to be aaw him do h i divoi i Quito undo*stood n f • l lyliody sitting around thought %  %  !-.!. %  I could not I thought thai Juan C Mexico did gl better than Anderson and Clotworthy both of iha though Ihey cant* third. Next I saw I he i Fruuhashi of Japan win his 1,500 metie DM1 was struck with hit style. I have comment! before in my datpatchw but it Is worthy of note %  laeond time in as much as Furuhashi hailed .is by future generations. Fran 'he first 1 saw of him I see how anybody could hone to copy him. His unique as Zit prt running. Gardeoiiif Hint* Far Xmalturs tarn M Z brc..k the gene to the ma garden books %  Bui if this ..viilaule. buildrr* i %  r< bajng slacked .. Us* air) by adduxL This I of course be added j.Untlng u \\ it best to he ip it thn' %  %  C linage %  for carnationa, MM if ihe bed is at all inclined to be t i Im' of tooken crocks and large uld be burled deep ora the carnation* are to be planted in order to give the to drain away. Tlantinu Out Lion seedlings should IK* bad i %  %  < along the border, or ccii % %  of room root apart. when doing this job. ink the little plants any thaj war* in the box. or the stems may rot. Maintenance After the seedlings have !*•%  :; rooted In the bed. keep the l>ed well forked, but care must be taken not to break the surface any deeper than n i r mjurj to the Canyruord Bo not require a .ind if manure is added during growth, it aruiuld !-• 111 the form .if liquid manure. %  .isily made by :.-...king a bag of horse or cow manure In water for two davs %  water Is the palest yel' water Is also very I and can be prepared in wgjr< Staking The Carnations %  WCamtrj for the plants, as otherwise %  : a the plant to the ground and the )>oilt. %  tbjii out %  '. htch geni %  I two fa o giving %  "'mi. Ligon's History A Pretty Face 9 I mm Page < 1' i %  11! tbt K %  %  a plait And wht dome In D. lit i t. her father-Inl %  :In Korea indoors as well gj C^Mpftklu 1 H handy .... •.vi -in-i.iw nut rice, until i .1 In' no kinn l.i. i dish in Ken !' of i di lad ii-h. RII pepper; the Whole mixture hen pot, and then buried unmontha. But in -other things OHM if humour for Instance — the two Hi Ba oni wfl] I have much in common. And bacause of the aider Mrs. I uman ttUtuda to her daughter-1I lha will %  by SO!.:. d -:udkod thear' I lha 1 the belt the I'land afro %  %  ttrtbuh I nn oeal and their ages about fifteen %  %  *ui. with all II* M it good ti find out whel %  > i language would I harmonious. a their Othl B help of a genuVn %  %  :ind manner of were extremely pretty. 1 not shinn as the Negro. placoi 1 have P. usH liiad-.; nor in quait. I i.ditulou' : %  %  m la h.r.i their shortens natural curl Wyeri and %  VtlfleJJ On the Mdea ol Of II %  %  % %  • i that grow thi %  hung wttfi and arms adorned with i %  n %  ., i %  slow on them. For, th>> negroes and wear uiion • %  dam, which ks '• %  %  tala of .i spo) n %  .. %  rnxt to then linei, w hich reached to their n and upon that a %  .' i with ft :li.i. -Iiright shoulder. Thithe left arm and hunc .i %  i mi peltlcoatt, so that u groat part ol the natural l>eauty oi :i l to view. •.ii. ir braoati rovnd nnn and beautifully shaped. Upon my addresseto ti %  pn ared a littii whisper.d | hut had %  I had in DU ha1 ibbon which I thirl their will darted to. Uui then would not give th< .isk. I took it .HIT and %  idH %  i % %  %  with much : in turn drank to 00 %  %  .< altll In fountain. ... tr .i wanton r I % %  :. uung ol tin.r i." I wards me. Whan they thougl lirened enough th< their countenances and put Ihem%  Hut we had bro bottl) | i En tllah irlta with us ..mi 1 i. lad for I a to drink .. health toth I gave It |0 %  nellad IL Kni'iing it too strong %  I -• a of it Into DM id tliui calabashes. Than thaj make it cool enough for their palates. Tht] Id not give them tha eonlidence to itotlona, bowi 11 that thi N not I %  %  In so public a plac I tho at i had been sumac ti> armed w .th the ptrfectioi U .n the i kdre'i ml b free Iron the darts of any otln-r I that place in so short . It I found the differ*!* oung, fresh beauty arui those that arc made up with tin. '.. whirl: for thou^-i and persuade our krvea; foung beauty %  % %  Uon In fact, had not gaaj fixed fast rti m> %  %  Lag v i %  I equally I'.xt'd upon II must be argued thi hat bottle %  i him to with inv two mii %  n my two %  %  %  v but i *%  aver find two such par%  %  .. % % % %  ; %  %  %  twmt i this ba %  H. rmli us whan we cam* on land u wa %  %  %  %  age thai .. %  do whfl beauty irgumant %  %  which art. colour, f.r. %  liem with %  . %  • .\r\T I %  .... r.tiful. SO %  hlg h e al oV grac . -. the place being t\ could not .... :. i Mrafori i ipe >nU will . But. tht ol this. Is. I bad little %  ..i. in*.;. iffora nia h M %  havi %  %  Which they ratta. And. like%  %  %  %  (lent shapes 1 II.em (without special lii.nni %  n |--l them I n not, havtd |„ UM Metmit %  I Ind in--.i ; he would %  %  mawhai of thi I %  %  r on to us was th.it the forts and l """tither siii.' o' the Pry, on which .. .• ol "i d" %  %  tend thai Bjf were nellh'r regul.n gun DI la*~ 0 lonrj Hth took Bui. %  ilh. . %  the I' "'re. %  %  In the bot%  %  %  %  ... %  reached %  i! manufactures were practised than gk On VAT \f. WUI,,, iftVlNG's % HOW MANY GLASSES v^ YEASTVITE The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, II I tromaC.-ld, Kcm I'air. •tart takicifc i I AM \\\\ Tablets AI I \ J si ibe iiffcren^r H ^ rPasa.Cald, o< i hill mnpcocni will ajBKMj disar-pc'i. sod .I'll tccl MM to much tvnrr M. I -fs YO*Jk P*4N MM1 \uawiu HEADACHES (M NERVE PAINS )"*' C0L0S. CHILIS J, and ) "" {R ir.g Baal like t h djM %  ii rellavei SO coanaM Vuamin Hi %  tueprj .>( ,. rabscn 11\M\ Ihr ii\i ouict re better, too: YEASTV I T E IN THE WEST INDIES MEN WEAR UiOYGASM€L linen, the man's fabric ~' THE QI'ARII'R POOND IIN unl tin Hen KOttOAy' hot*! MIUC 1 Here'h "-* Abo available in Egg Ignjgj tanaarj h pomd M/c. Andrew LIVER SALT THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATI li Igilon lie.nnihiHv. %  1 %  an) Hyk -irKl i> idaaj l"i IOMII.I1 evening wen Pure, II % %  i. atting 'Mo; linen keeps \im i OOl ami nlnl i ni In the tropji .l • Bmate "( die \\, [| diaj Waajhabtt udcoloui I.l'l. It 1,111 J-l In "III. I willrange oi i nlotin and h %  tei wi ajjhtj 1 c>t in.. ugl iHOYG/l$M€L A. S. HrMl.n I S.n (Itailia.lo-.) I.I.I. Solf* Urn bnb I Sanmiaa Kinmv urn ,M. IDNDOa i (K WHY AS PROHAS A SPECIAL APPEAL FOR WOMEN BICY. TPADEI" [H, 01! TtBHS REPAIRS Our Bicycle Dopartment Is now at ycir servl'io: we can handle* repairs to all makes and trade In your bUc atf-Unat :i new one on terms... 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PAGE TWELVE si \i>\\ AIIVIH Ml SI M>\\ llll I MH1K ORDEAL BY ICE M. Herzog lolls the grim, of the conquest of A Wiirniiiril slor\ mountain /.' I.IHR1.I 1/1//V//1/ rim\isi,\ iN* MI i:v \ If r. %  %  %  %  %  MAUIUCt MlkZOC N.I a tbMfM aw taa a /;/' At/*//* VOTl j Focus On British Guiana NfXl .\|olll(.l\ 1IK| • rul.i\ lb> BBC 'Focus' i>i to written, and pro Btl %  \ rltlUK of '.he pi H rmpiai ti e %  ,./ hlUN, PortuKiii• mEuropean Httlart then %  %  %  M count %  %  "I'lton boo* vt .. %  I iln ir\ l.i.f a. •*!*• rni WISH n. I.,. • i..m..rii> ijtr.li r*. ttn-li --.•-..,• LB< nxilf n* Irtim. %  n^ !" u ? 1 %  Imublr I I Iv'down look al n mou I Th1. ; %  • espadlUoa • ...... ,K i.;.Vn %  ;, vi..,., .reTa.l.. N.Ukln... If. m P.... "V."* 0 .: '"*" %  handa" tayg aomeone. An %  eBfc\ I MM I* I* I I n-rr >•/ Buffrage n< %  • development r q %  %  I in I'n. land arhii h li nc i %  %  of th* United K ..(to .---> ••''•<' %  . yet h.u. only h..U u toilUa %  . /.i, I '",,"..„* uTrSS?i MbHante. What j. definite li toll l HI* id BUgW and nee are grown in Rtc;i! qunntlUea, bauxite is on %  Ins the peal I rnething thai nil ran u %  l/iriR i%  %  nt-—Ji i ,.il,l;i •; ;>nrt hard Hit ? b He nog 1 the latt i., understand the %  'Ct t* well a. %  -JI %  M|aUV* %  I I V % %  el* while lute .1 n d iii' %  v.. .<,,... .... IU IH-.II IT. OOlj f..: tonrto th.-m-iv-s m laybifl • > tbi should federate now land her own looking for trade unn clotc co-operation with South —Hrrvog hn| Mr* tfHSllfllS WiiritCU America, eN % %  ihls n-ck Enslbh-nH^kinc WCII Ul nl lam to warn but we -.hall be Interested u, gat* ()c fintat 4.13 j.' on Ihl I 1 uvri >.f the ordeal s.. Rema clbogi (and we I* 1 ,:. n dawn breaJu un the I %  I .. I'"" !" Communism * Kuirinnee %  rff. in their 1 lathing H tkrough *h -ii ( I %  .1 tied e '" "-' %  : .tr;"" 1 ,:: 1 I the from recent week) re%  %  ; (>e Imtt on the / pnvau own"' %  "< * U — -i. 7.IM % %  ral Hi rJafi eti •%  •< 7 150 C %  Bj H reveal. 1 l.iih !.[,.> .11 I I I To Rarxog the titn'im.t{ beauty; the mounta 1 ..t 7.4 In' 1 '" *"' 1 1 iatn i a* hl •tter opal ttu ^P**'*" 1 P Indira. Thii latta? 1 II 1 l-> ). %  : % %  ai they cl reach Uw "Our %  v. ith Ulustral 'i rthil> Die iher aUd |„ ui IndrrMual, not I rr 1 at the l dieiiri-iiuT the wealthv 1,, In tVrit..r VMP. II-;I;.I. I-.,.,... wealthy to look wrtter From Briltah (.nmna N hlnwell It la tha m %  ,. ,, ., ., ,, .. Th .' Guiana'* .li'R-w schedule hie 1 %  ;is able 1 tliouRht with Ru %  idea In the and I ^,,1 ),j throug) %  Aorta Ha 1 1 .:. tiny 1 numerate |g0) n H • ha.. Ilwayi been l| 1 led the 1 •. %  • you itli illuminating t>..nd it. fronucr* an 1 j tuury. it wan with thin the i mrnunlal claim have rlii-un:,' condition "i COTOH n unlai enintrw Rulihi DooelU 1 %  In 1 ri*h luxury; workent u adlng the drabbaat lives cannot '' el %  1 i, %  hare thati %  nUgim : ''" ,,: all nliKioti. I-ut Mam Jarv '' 1 % %  -! for do"•awl IVaT C'oiTiinuiii.sin is mor> in 'he 31 an. 11 %  > f-'th II 1* a nnnm-ial and ., „,„ 1 rataai, Double Kill And whatever its ngenU may On Wtsinrtb. inat., UTii^ni eventtttUS ends f he BBC wi! • %  utinx any 1 llgi u %  Inning at itun | is an adaptation ..f • 1 11M remain forarnoat Maiightm'a lory. "P.iO." while those op|>osing Comthe miniil i. Sh.un to IHBrittib %  BBC'i addition to ihi B.G wtil figure 14th hut, in thparson of tan Carew, the Brltl 1 %  %  : < %  ( the de..tli o( a p tvaattl will TIIIIK pteea in 1 hour progrnmine Tba n j ronamme '.sill ^t.>r> %  %  I'oon.i' |.. of Trinidad. Hroadcast %  • ; 1 I |.ni Bund iy, 14th. I BROOKLAX puts you right OVERNIGHT up. "Rustic Haunt Newondn BtaoUtl :• 'k. l u ,..„t. kt I.H.,,1. laullvi h I,.,, ik. Um I %  rko %  .. %  ml 1 mull pfii HcJIIhal ru^^^^vft.v .:'I',""\;,':,','I afVai THERE IS TIME!! HI W li the lime.To look SMART If you are smart To buy a Now Suit for the Christmas All THERE IS A SOI GABBADDfl a TROPICAL si ITS from MSI." up PANTS ban s.r,ii :.,. THE LONDON SHOP LTD. STOMACH PAINS MM TO INDIGESTION Try IUII ONB DOS8 •f MACLBAN BRAND rrOMAOt POWDER I Tm a rirtaa t c al l y balanced formula •wkrf rcaVws Stomach I'.mv PlatulciMz. Heanbura, Nsutcs •r Aoditr doe to lodigritina. I UM hi I-AIM > M ftf^fn you've hied a... URRAY f S : STOUT MANNING & CO., LTD. AGENTS. """>'" *-"' UOM UM d*v lSl •mwlm couch yiup. m*d pilly lot lllfkt falKK, i:n.r di*n Horn Canada lo lave klddtt*—four Klddira fiom Ih* r.i-,iac of mush* and i>ti have ar-l Jtl.L Mffl rw but fhoioua-hly le.ied m 1 rahfvr *ldrtlrirmij'i ani! %  maa ti al 1 Another famous Buckley Product Out lavr you Bui-kU,,. : %  dy. and U at fa, Muture .a lor >ngr en and kav* n handy. lurt of 1 >y Latxiialorbw lutur*. r.n.M. 1 lareeM aellliaf eough and %  aaai • n-Khiey. ...T 1 l-.nli. of JACK and JUJ. TODAY War Th* l.tnlifs a rs .. Bl 84c. n, *2.OII au rtrta M R nal lr Prices ->l %  I orTrr— liarbadiis Hardware Co.. Ltd. (Tinll.uis.For rtll|l.H) No. lb Svinn St ::— 1'liunitill*. 11116. 3334. -,•''--*.*.'.*x.-.'.'.-.',^-,',',v,'.-.--'**,'.'.-.-.'.'-'.'.-.'.''#*,',',^-,-.*,-,*,-,',',v M.ikr sure -hat you dr. pot have any ir^rcls. SJlbp TO:|AV Al Louis L. cy trgaj EUnge
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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publisher: Advocate Co.
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Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, December 14, 1952
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ESTABLISH K.U 15
-INI'A'i DECEMBER H. 1852
LONDON TALKS GIVE W.I. NEW HOPE
STATEMENT OF POLICY
OFFERS REAL CHANCE
Tr
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been
OSSS.
hU >
count
wealtt
their
futur-
upon '
weal:
-It .
Conf.
ha v.
our
have
econ<
With
ver>
men
WWl'
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'm\
THE CONCLUSION of the Conimor.w
mc Conference which wa held in London.
y Adams, Leader. Barbados House of Assembly
in Albert Gomes. Minister of Trade and Commerce
d who attended as advisers to the Secretary ol
ir the Colonu*. issued the following statement.
afce Cotjynon-
s>
Conference has ;
ss. 11 has beer. MO*
Urst place 11 eauM H
.ii the
eel logelbi
.n problem-- "' Ihe
. free worM <> 11
i ,.f -Li, Common-
Broadcasting
Station For
(irenada
H) tries.
Irn lulled an Economic
cr. but the pi- '
and have inad>
rtbulloa towards
n transcended m c r a
re have been dealing
ilvmB the
. i all Individual
. n-.rt. uf the Common-
SF-AWELL. Dec. 13.Mr G. E
\. *ing Financial A
a | *atd Islands Govern
solvlnK. men; snid hortl> Net
mere a' Sea well this mornin thai .i
f.i.iiv powerful >j<-
Motion "* to be
. In Grenada at a cost ol
about SIM.OOO. made ava'lablc,
D .V W. grant.
Crossing
AHanlie hi
Rr.htwr Haul
I OMM1V 1 .
ALIAN BOMB ,| d
mNbama ;- aieeaapsi
"" the Mftat* tn ,
her boil
H. mhard "! mi, I,,,,,,
t anar> Island* Ull Ihi !
t ua-st til Mrn...... ii
IS and u report. .1 ...
auo mil.-, in.m tiir HH
die..
II U like), th.it BsnssWi
Will call at BtffkMMI
i. the West Indian i
nearest U. Africa.
Rein .
immon Interest
soond place, tban i'-'1-
It
Islands
m the Windwa.
principally, but it
"II cover Batbadi
~..*--%KPi*Sia.i.
||\a up lo that high purpose, there
I
ii intv 'nr the ilc
L_Hnent of all our countries to the
ben-' ol
|Ast f -ill the peoples of the free
won. of the -vlu.le world:
M the Commonwealth bmmM PM
the i i ind '-ii .. other*
"As lar at Ihe elouic> are eon-
eeniMi jiid in particular Ike
W' *P*rt from broad Ute-
asnu of polk* ivhlcb create the
t*ekn..u:id Ihr fertile held fr
fulur. i .Ion la I poll- i<- and actKota
Ih ". -< iii.ris dealliu with rom-
ni-.li!' pollri .ml Imperial |.r.--
ferenc* full> and ep"- htt) prOtOal
our '.i'iI Interests.
. "Salient features .f mrnediatc
importance to the B.W are the
Btattinn.ition ..f the -. -lue and
istirri.tv of Imperial .
.. n rauOJ
f the "i
of G A i
l i- .outracta ns
ii
.ijtreement with Barba-
dos on behalf of hi*- Government
Bardf to the
COp 10 Barbados and the pur-
: OiC lmi*hed prnducts.
Mr. Acheson
Arrives For
N.A.T.O. Talks
A ronferenot fur thl* purpoae
will bi held at Hasting! Mawae
on Monday and Tuesday, aflei
which Mr i^ick will *ta> on for
.1 f.'W .(..
Mr Lutk said that under the
Old Oil* and Fats Areemtit
there w.i* an airnneemenl be-
tw.-en Grenada and BnrlMid"-.
In Granada
ins that that mti
bt inodMed lO .i certain rxt. ill.
and that it will contiii:
the ne gpanmant.*'
I""'l Business
.:
Uldt#ci S of Slate

A i
it ion M
.vhich o| 'i* Mor
;andod a* Orlj
at 1035 a m, t,
Mr A<- <'".
confer with HH'Uh ai rnmcfa
i-hlems
Iba hro i> I ,< |th
tn. AdntBiistaHt
elect Eisenhower.
t m h '.i
Srrretanei ararS
Mi Achakiti >.
the hope uYit h.
J'hoin bai'k :
Me said that local business ID, vi|tn'> Johtj
hleh underwent anm> dimcult ,
men iluHna the past -i monlhi,
"pickina up" for (nrtstmas.
T.B. Radar'
Sails Viler
V Mouths
l H li.d.r

e was lyio
iun ucsuaat uq u
. ne osmer, Mr
M. i. H Bourne, a a
rip.
rch .' thtf >or
KaaUr left Trn rHI
t Mi-i.
Guiana.
I in i da) a -
Line sud-
Kan to
Add drifting lor about four
i.h.l
Aatahnra \ ked uii the ,iistra*<
i. aVaiai --..- taken n tow
Bar)
port
I i.i < Tncn offered lor
b) M-

I
i Uadar her|
i ele*--'
led
| .- ii
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V "i"i Brllr H.Jfc f
! Mil 4 nun
.

lor ear l.-
I;..In
I I >1 It I II 1l|SSIlP\
i up
I iub>et'
disc' hi*iseli
y
r.T^.d,v3i 2Z'-XZ!\)S,.....,'i"
i.. prk-. fc. lh.lr ,-, .1
Nf lU^r.
'""'- -i.....'. "'" 3"iS3 5 ^7*TV !r Ach..
the bin- m Ihr Soulh Ainn i.
V .mi>M.
mi i.'.n .vh,i, mi ..-, '.... "" ;
ki '......I.,,, u ..,..uht io :?.',?.,,"".*
non-wdmM m Omute, but r.-- '""
NATO ,i i
He K.i I w.
"All these features OpeO na*n
itapriluna and nffer new hope* for
he praducUoa ol areatei sreMltb,
(ml thus further improvement of
llv Inv i n Mm of
dlassjasj
were two cases of
the disease. The Grenada Gov-
ernment received the "elp of two
Trinktadlan.-.. and Government is
NATO
not

li.
We must think hard,
i id. work hard, tor them
It ii up to averj colon} In the
bw i every man and woman,
/er their race, colour, or
.... tthei thej Govei '.or
iTiiiH-nt official, or busl-
m mat IcKistntor. oi labourer
to do ail ui their
i- lull the areat o|
( nrtunities offered I l
' I'ommon-
*wcal'h policy.
-! - r. V. I i -, . ., real
ohance to lake their pi
C'
w
lot
wealth and if> the world
must realise and exploit this
spirit of eunnilenre abroad in
tflfae Commonwealth
Santa Met The
Cliildren
Hridgetown was exiremel.* bu. >
>sterday. With only nine moi
sho[ping days lef before Chris"-
mas. houaewivts crowded store-*
and groceries to make Christmas
purchases.
Along Broad Street, the pave-
ments were packed with pedes-
trians, manv had to use the atree
at
a
hat" ran tin and mik-
mi-nta fc another meet
.1-1. hi tit Iw-KinninK -l -
I He Mil thai In th- | I
. h had lieen da
.... .- | L It
Weflern Europe. He
! Hung we achieved in 'he la
i i
{building up of id (
' lavu.R 'if
istlon based on mutual under*
'slandlnit and lall nations."I' I'
-K.i
Cireat PrivileKe
n> it ha- been
,|r-
pi. ci t ..i -i
ef
( ,.-, .-. ..'
n some stores Santa Claus was
.... hand to welcome the children.
...Jean and an 'n*P*-"- one lady lost her little (lrl in the
p*.r"T,,V; ****". 5*' crowd. A few *conds later he
.ric W-henug foylld hfr ailrn,rmK Santa Clau.
and his anuw-white board
,d leaders of 1he
Our fe<'lin% of
latafatUon at what has been
in t. ,- enchaneod by the oon-
k< iu PH. of otTective n.
t i .1 BM Milniu.ii point 0i vic

II -< ,- c. of Stale for the
< official advisers.
l> of the compl'x sub-
.
sured thai the colonial aspect of
Miutht their full
Influence.*'
9
Shopping Days
before Xmax
>V ind Storms fuaaw
Death In Wake
FHANKFUHT, l>ec. 13.
Hurricane-like rain and wind
.torn iij :
Frankfurt, the Saar and west
Central Germany today eieamini
destruction and death. War boml'-
cd buildings toppled an
were unroofed. River in
lamaged. 11 all
was held up on the maj
ways by fallen trees at.
I'.nes. Airhelds were dan
Three teamen were 'ii
SI. Nazaire and two mismnu fro
, ,..|t [n the Rhine Riv<
i ",.. Saarland I
l.iMinK tree
r.p.
\ I MMHI
U.K. Timber
Mission In
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Forward Now
Trade Flan
The thres nrmlwr- of the TttBBSt Mts-:
ITctcl Accompanied by Mr. T O La htcv. ithml t -
I. tn R Mi A r LimH. Con-r\lor el I*"
Mr. T O LasMey. M.inaicer oi the llvimliia Board:
^ awral
i i . itun- at li.'n inn H.homes.
I m H ott leadet ol the UU-iun.
PARIS, Dm IK
i a 11 o n a
pledRPd th da> to t y
I
III ,1
'*ra -nhten mmihi
l
iakin up tiie <>iaa>u>alion for
1
i| rovefl i pro.
R
n a new
era
outlined Ihe pi
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tn riKlh.-i tin
I financial

. H Hi oec
Mtrver ai

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irlvlns to .
1
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U.S. Does Atom
Bomb Exercise
NKW Ye L>
The wailini! of >'!'' ai" t.i I
ntfrUon'i uugani atom Lou I lefei >kU v.
.. ,[.! thai
m the ono which evi
-t i n di"|ipo.i ni\ major Ira Be i
ATTACK
CALLED OFF
$100,000 Far
IJ. SCO! I i.
Ai i
i- reeapMred enab I
lie N. rl Hill on th,
'ii line No
I
I .its i

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I
. bunken
'K
s Korean
I i
tUl'liom ^ .nth K IIU

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th formal I .'' *
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tag l di "H '"'
('"" Ml taUbri
and V S Pat ton tank
-I Little Nom's eraai United
i
i Ulied oanelal told him be
iK
i.' .....rid "
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i
.
allliuugti '
a |gn
i minute
a)
I12H.U0O ho n
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is Inclm |n .'
and Fm.
land. Ihe lno.ooo word Paporl
(
. need f<-i
Ii asi that Buroi i
made economically Indi -
endent by means ol i
ad i >porta and that
'
ton will be

report snld. the "null-
In co-operation
-- lariat li
i.ne of tariffs towards a free
.....
...
I '
'
i I
Snowstorm
Kills Ten
_, n .. a*r* a ""' wake "t the
L.S. Asks lor U.Pt-
Committee
ad Ru
Inglna the Uni
the illegal ua.
BOSTON i
i
lajn.it under an IR-.
blanket but l i


uneou
Pi ... aplnaj i I .
I up with the wii d-


highway-
veto
,-iml romm
hole problen

hi WiU .
'-reiBlt Affan
i agKinsl "hj
.-lle.1 foi
- lo study
Ol admitting n.
tn ai.
r.inklnit i'-
Of the V
kttea
i til-ronsidci -
on the mci'
I He sail 'hat any sorb
hi have "unl
Wiley said the U.S. '
atin Af M pM il lo
-
e tn study lbs catena of t-
bltfi i p

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ii- Vi i.....
The Storm dropped ntG
N y*orl i
fur-, in Vi-miioi,
n- nan - Ma
warned and bighwav en
the roada open IP
AMBASSADOR ~DIF.S
TOKY'i H
Died: Phllt pi
,'iH
Horn Plant
Evacuated
i
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Trade I Blan0|M*n
< jirililM-an Offir*?

pay men) o( m

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Lumber i
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ei in the aftern i I
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Will
1 ii
l-'rom Colonial Dfflee
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ind ii is being d
m \ .uni Wen. n
It-- taern- of n farei ee are
, rasjtelate i.v.ol.|". uiforma*
lion on th. timbers of British
Gaigiut knd Hntlsh M
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n of the extra
.iv lallam; of ins main timbers

:r to Ihe h Stion of
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'or these mine the
ffjatenu Of hnndliiut these twn-
i in .on t ui linn. ; .'. g> ..nil
Uilions nn any
.Man on the
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Political Clean-up
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nl Adolfo Rula Mlfuel
il'-msn's cabin. '
ith n promise of social I contain somi lop U
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rio
TIfr aaiTISH WARNEk PATHE NEW8REEL OROAWI8ATION film unit which ri.-ited Brldfetown on
Pnda>" olmT a local mauby vewlor Ths unit tried to tak- j- many MIllllMag mcane. as paaOMa Onr
u-l tksii sbort suy here.
i,| ly again
i.ular vote
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I Thursday, Dec. 18th at 8.30
;; Mi < HITCH IVAN prasmM
| The Caribbean Nights Troupe
^ R.pcat.-THE HIT PARADE SHOW OF 1952
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llurk Fmm Cnnii'lii
Mil. -\ .
kinch. rcftnied
an Thurs'l..
r r A Mrs. Kmrh *h"

r health, wu joirv-i bj
und two wwkf. ago. iMve

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H-P'-ut l>,rfi,iman*
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MR AND MBS TIBI
wriKhlil aitivmI from Cai
BfKulat viiltoi- to > i
Waivdanng Wain
'Canadian Cntinri'
i?rc until thr middlr
t! Irtmif 1'hiinn''
Rim RNI! Florida
riUltlU B.W.I.A.
v.,. I'm. mding
bolMao tvan Mr. u Mrs. i.udwig
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Mr WijUWf
lewellei
bauii
Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE QIFTS
S|icnd $1000 Cash or mor
on an* day and get a pice,
of Pho-mix Ware fr
FBATUR NG
SImp. J:rn. Fin- K'.f Ed Wltl
Scnoritai LMigrave, Plyii Sauci RilUwi
. g M( R illock Kn
VdcMd Am.i I i <-.' Fn'O
Win a F.MKS Thrre Burner STOVF.
B i- the Midi ilt.-l will Dunk tnr MoM
Ju-C Beveri r i i Cmb Prtee
STEEL BAND CONTEST
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FOR THr v IAMPIONSHJP SILVER CU1
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SI -K.-.LUNt; ., Jiu*t hui.d.,
bag |i;irmu. Mr. ^i
W A. Farmer ot the U-u -
i*. Mrs. .' A. Farmer who ret mod
AHKIVi.NG h> tlu- Ie Graae
-n Thursday from EngLanit
Mi I W.unwright who is

wlQ proboblj be r malning m
- months or BVOP

Waln-
arrlgtal apant ., hoUdaj In Jamaic:.

furthai Boutb 11
opportunity, and allhougli
ni .'V '"',; '"r a ,c* d*-v"- shi" ,s ft,"'.'d>

The said that it was rather coin
in England when sh. left an tnii la certainly a
change
l.i'tivh$i Toi/uy
I "it W.l.A
*-' lor Trinidad .
(it-.irge ttrant. t,
_ Comm.rclal buaines. mat
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lir^l lixit
A.
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m|r W-K FFHCU'S. >\ A
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health.
with bfa u GraaH k
Hotel
a KUt?5t at tho
(unmUi n,l Unftunil
^hiiU'nlo l..i$,'' I EAVlN*; :, Canada by T( A
Ola OH Thursilay morn,
i i ihi Mr, if ii it...
I tlffli-rr who baa gone U|i t
. Lrtakianant Ha n -
panied by Mrs. Hart.
B W LA. t U a Mrs. William faitott of 'Maple-
ibniiriays with ihalr wood", tho flaiaaaL Wonhini .. ,

f'onii;rofi(//i.,iv
I ATI l.ATIONS to Mr
*-* PtUg M. Jone^. Auintan
*-'hf Sanitary Inipt-ctor of Si
Joaapt on being elacted an Asao- C
cutw Momboi i (J- Royal Sani- >J
'-i) infii i. ( p
.Mr .ion- wai in intaoctoi for lion...
irlna whwh tca
uirj iiouiif
th.
: [CKETS ON SALE THE DAY t>r THE
1; Kin A 8 .mi
S ].'.'nnnili-t Hundraidi i^ ;; i ;i-! Show
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OLD YEAR FESTIVITIES
AT
^She JSarbados Stqtuttk Club
VatRaaa Men
will Ii
Dffonibai
PRICE

24th ,in S5.50
[RISTUAfi EVE
Fruit Cocktail
Conaonuna Julhent-
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to iato>
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llh and lift).
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Mt6H*iiiHH*HHHH*miHVl*HHHS
n uiwiffr lor EnKli.r
wl on Thuraoay by :
vwil to h. mother who i* ill
M. Elliott 15 thr rljoichin
Can. 'i and Mr. p W D
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bank H.,1.1 .
on ThursO
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Lm I'hyiiw
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On
lomposeri of
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fOOej and gerberas.
' was Mr. I.I01
i the 'groom. The
D .V id Gratii.
Douglas King. Hilton Woid and

After the ceremony which wi
performed by the Rev. K. K
'inn was held l
Lcveme". Graeme Hall Terra
i'hri.t Church
Ban
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>l \ll\l \H\tM Ml
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AT Mil CINEMA
II.I..B.
HIGH NOON
Fantt >i/ifJ Garden
B> ACiKK (II.A
mi i n m 011 M'.i i g
WE refer to :.i-t w...-k s
which II wat pointed out that water n the ki
and until our local supulies In this resrxi;
production calling for the er-.t!v Inerttl
may have to wait.
Ciardening Hints
For Amateurs

.arshal who ha' turned
adge, and th> picture opena
the morning of
I this week-end and as
it ki obviouilv IsipOMlbla to giva.full tccounl of all. I am
picking out the Iwo bsaM to icview and will give a briel de-
Uon if ilie other, while the fifth is a li^ht Technicolor-cornedv in musical
style
The Empire i. showing Gary feature > the film, and it i> highly
t"PJ' HIGH effecttva in setting the atmoe-
NOON .,,, ihnt pherr Tour new Western songs
really BSssnj ., Mudj of n feai with .. tine lilt and swing am
ridden cominum^ than thf usual sunn l,v (he Son* of The Pioneer*
m t.on-packed i o r \ Dtf*et0f ..iid thf whole musical score is
Stanley Kramer baa nu own In the capable hands of Richard
r i 'hort, of building and sustain- Hagamen. a musician and com-
ing th,-y are particularly notlceabl.. m -IST uUm><1 *' "inul
With irlmb -low duct A"*' ",'*' r,,r ,lu' ,,,h,*r thr-e aeeosT
-i iwtmnindiatom thrirVni- nl"'- ABOUT face at the Pla/i if you have not, do not dela>
Li ii iha in the plants will not be flowering
hjumina f*i,n i-llon isum :nw tor "lo Horticultural
turi UwouaftauL 522Z, ,... ]1 < "( E"*tlon nexl | M
> wltt mtlvt ,r,T~ c"r,rUe "' military ^fchy not try growing C.rna- ..
r..nt r in. ... .^- Academy -one of whom i, secretly lions this ys*r?
r play, fcijowj. rrte<. imj ibou. Io bMonrf a c.rnilUoJi (|h, ^^ kmi.
Between romancing and arc not difficult to grow and then
|-:ting mtu hn u-jter, induatUm hi at least one gardener I
^^~saTAllirii7 Barb-do. who grow, them rich
'u 1* received that a pardon *T.m,*nw thf*rr aU "1Cf*- out in the open so successful!.!
murderer whom the marshal ; S&TSLf'i^aSv'SSLh*1 "ldl aht. *" P'ck bunches at rreenhouae estabK
*- time of these lovely sweet frequent handling
... I"*
the noon train to a* venge^ C SBBBP "'" "S^K"^ ""*" *'*
ReahHng his dut>. the mat* \ | 'g, ,.
', "! tllwarded badge, -e- Rlr (ri^d, ,,.., ia ,, ,,,. ..,. Carnations hive huh
fu*es to leave the town, and .,.,. iind ,*Bn,- an{i ,t.- -, ,h- grower should know about u
when he Is unable to collect a JE, of rfi I4M rnuN or,,rr '' ,,e "^^- Bui
posse to h-lp him. hr faces the corned, gtyU entertainment alM* the ohsr\
ganj alone. Well-pointed is Ihe no rssHOB WDJ ^..m.ition plani
bitter Irony that human weakness IIKtili', < and self-interest cause the decent the Oloba is not a Western u* Its in this Island.
citizens and friends of the mar- rather in-vnt Utla *ngRests II is PrwtHieaiinn
ahal lo desert him and leave bin' a prsseni day rural drama, laced .,, raituiUon mrm Ihe u-
-ingle handed, n flghl with hotnty philosophy The plol wnd 1^grow foT the oiecn bed
thai is theirs as well Si II WXWKsAgONlS ' : > Tor wtoSKVhiroW (" ,rora '"i0^ "^
roles as the m.r.Kn, and g.ve, %,?* Zl"\ 'ha! S from a 'P or piping off ,i
ti strong stirring p-rforrnance of nU tWo ,,, nd ,,,,. .,. old pant
a man who realize* he wjll prob- fath Hli attempts to meet tha ,3> * b> Ia>e"n* P1"*
;ibly be killed, but whose in- p,lvmPn, on a fMn from ,nr an old plant
tegrtty and sense ni dgty make BIink Orandnaws poaching on rh Bf1^ T "",> hou'd u
him take on n light against hope- il(1 unfi ,endlv neighbour'! prop- **'*" ,ed ln *h"0r "oxes f rar]
less odds Grace Kelly, a charm- ^v (|tld t romance with its upS li*hl P0'0"* 1- Water vei
newcomer plays his Quaker ,,,, downs ar,. the Ingredients for lightly as these plants do not Ilk'
----------condition. Plant
hiah g
erettng rhanri's i
i ssun
! i tin' such i- ramfnii, m h ,-
him and sunha'i:
eg to bg ut man-
lernvart. Chen
w the raqu
uenping ,m
if for in Ml llHaJ U
here Is. of course, i eu
.rig aeosvomy m tha laa
whicli .'i mrl lo b
It win ba rscaJ
the high coal
I th..
had been respnn,ihle for apPre- I- ^f rtLnaUck andsuch^ranl U;., *- lhCW
h^dh- nve year, before i^re- ^ ^S^ttmaSiM^Si ^"e^rST'S,
rm!*"lxti.W07,M.0l hu i>oy, on * Llauwnanu hair tont which (n'SlSrfi her.
mulls to say the "1'an^Kt' %*T ,X,t^? '"*,'1"'"' '
.-del. and'their /l1'1' ..H1"" h?"? 25?'
vlfe.
ilesi 11'
uly appealing story Dale
t>gg>
1
IhaN factor- havi
(earing a

In nn effon .

. r.y dim iti Pl.iri.lB and mi'
l>e Cuba. t-tt- >i which I
ii. (!" l


qtlllB) gW
l*Tl b) ptgA
the '"' markrtt I
i after the wedding, returns to Robertson and Joanne Dni play seedlinaa out in an or- ,
help him in the unequal rattle trH. ,riirls wj|n Walter Brennan when they are a few Inch -, high, 'o a n
A splendid supporting cast is rii.ilngunhing himsell one.- again Position And Preparation Of Waasgl sus* ai top t.itatson dt
hoaded^by Thoinaa Mitrhell. with , Hvothat good character role. Thr j^j "rise, i i
Ate < BH && k LW Ssts-ft ph,n,i aSS" ''-;' Sff '
noTIIRR T'> KNtK'K with Hich- P< "' :' "inny bed
Dimitn tsnsntTll haunting ard W.dm.irk and Marilyn Mrm- hen preparing the bed rorh Prha|
background music, together wilh roe. A melodrama It concerns a In n "loormrr amount of well ,
ateaUml annular phnt.graphic young flier. )llted by his girl. roH'M pen manure. DMBtl of I
shots and the set|uences without who becomes invoked With a,de- If the bed^ls^at all hi i: DM I
Lloyd Hr dJM, Lw 0
. nio .. Berj Mi Rioan
I
dialogue or with verv little ranged baby sitter in a New must I* lightened arid sand and ., .
deepen the mood and the In- York Hotel. The mysterious, but avood ash are best for this, but AmorM
exorable march of action in this attractive baby sitter pervade* lear mould is not recommended. \,, .
hole disturbing. story and Lime however is very ,,e<.-sary , ,

ui.itanU.inii wagUl
THE WAGONMASTI K
Hir-


Aim
of
uatj
ttural
: |ng stoi ) and Ume however ii
any feelmc if compassion for her for the successful
is quickly lost when It Is realiied Carnations, and while thi
thai .vhe ii homicidal and that die aoll k known to have
,ihj.rt "f her mania I* old deposits of lime making
ohl child. Acting It good, but the necessary as a rule to add limp.
picture senratTonalV over-em yet In the rase of carnations, to
phaxizes menace for the *"k- of whom lime is so in. ii
suspense, and the r -suit i> hor-
3 if.- ______________O page II
POULTRY NQTES
For lha llrst four days chicks Teaching urW* to roost
mill p>m->bi iiiotion. Several avoids crowding ami piUi
1 layers of old newspapers ought thus encouraging fast unObrni rtarnntloo"
to ba spread over the mtgussv growth. By the time the chicks
Utter to prevent chicks eating are 3 weeks old, low roost n We bava
nmmihrf the
rl)
'
I9t. the
about 400 lb. of
iwrson in i
,

addad, tha Bi
tivcrage Bcu >
Naad to I,,.ik and mUh
wggatahlai bad ill othei
iition
Showing at the Plau
barees. WAGONMASTErt
of frontier adventure tol>
rtfDur Baa
actual hUl
deals wilh the penl-. b..
nnd adventures of a grt
Mormons who, in 18'.!'
dered t g" to the San Juan val a)
In Utah and >
there. With tw.--v"miit (.ssuurrs-
men engaged by li.n iei._ i..
guidr the wagon-ffain over' Ul
trackless eotintry. the pioneers *
out on their rugged and dmi: i -
ous journey Their exploits 111
getting the train s.ifctv through
the swiftly rowing rivers and x"v "tier befoie they have learn- tecled by wire should Bg 01
over the perilous ,,ountain passes- ** ' ' '** t place. Pr^v de 3 inch*, of root- "Wcta Bsfon
and then- experiem with the For the first day or two a lit- ting -(pace jer chick.
member, of n stranded madid!* He stalling feed should be -,>
show, a part) t NavtJM who ipiinMlcd on the papers to leach A* long SI the litter i.ni. n Wi
fortunately turn out to be tiiandly "' ehlcaa to eat. The top layer clean and rj it dOM not Deed '
and a gang of murderous bandits, of papers covering the litter (hanging, uiuaSfl Ibara iliould a xtant, Mm
all keep the pace moving at a should bo removed each day. n outbreak of disease. How loi of ihaSe m
good clip and build up t> .i Plgad is also placed in baby chick the litter i<-mam* dry depend thai unproved refrtg-
thnlllng climax. \0 which the chicks will upon the ki id and depth Of the pern Ittli | n
v~. o t^aH. a u-., tn "'"" tf^y have eaten the Utter used, on how often it i* local
loung Hen Jonmon and Harry r^j uprtniHej the papers, ttirred, on l'ie ventilation of tho Umstioi
with Join,Ii Drui as. the gaud? Af,cr four ""J" j' B1" to "" TOam- and "" * l"n' "*! '" "
1^.11 of (he uidlrirT show W .rH ntove all of the paper covering preventing water bei,k- spilled ,
ua miJZt hPlv liTfrTrmLnrP he litter i.iid the chicks will around the fountain.'. Should luo.non pel
Emi (Seattle! MwSS ''* f""rn * ,h,,rr ** n,i ""bit** of dsataw
who has troubli Ian- Wire platforms for water foun- It alwoyi advisable to remove v ,
ncfil U be built when the all litter and thoroughly I L Apurev
touches of in"' :lied chick- aie between 3 and 3 and disinfect the rooco. it .
bv Alan Mowbray in his inlmi- weeks of age. Thl* It a preca.i- Make sure that plenty of clean hj bind r
table style while Jan. Datwell tlon against disease wh'ch may fresh water Is always available. MK'beT
is Hnc as a nlutant paOBgBI result fror wei spot* and eon- feed two pounds of chick star- v< \\
As in ilmn Noon", the musical laminated areas around the foun- ting feed per chick and then grows 1
b-ickeround i an i m n n r t a n t i-it-. ___________________ ch*na to a growing ration i
-FAVORITE COLOGNES,PERFUMES
Grossmilh
Lavendrr
Watrr from Sir.
Soaps (1 i.im-.
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Yardley's
Cllfl Shavine
II.. I -J I"
Yardley'a
Poudcn
Geo. Sahely & Co.,(Bbos)
fl's in the I Bwastttnat of course nn
parties. 14,11111-. :;ifts .ml |iri/e
Ulll or lose'
The ll(t I have brail .1 in
low 1I1.in evtrr hct'ore
Toys of
Plaslir
& Mrtai a
il all |i BALLS
rirea. 9, KI.DTI-.-
Fk% PISTOL*
SSI CARS III I.I.S
V3r x.m \-- 11
irjni (in. 1 his-.
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it Alt it tints CO-OP.
COTTON IM TOHV LTD.
The CORNER STORE
iOtt \MAS KHOPPIXV
Kiichen Knives
Ffafe Turners
SawHinx
Polulo Mashers
Kicen.
(niters
Skeivew
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I'M.i roi
-I Mi\T VDVOf ATE
Hew
health and
brilliance
for your
hair
H Silv tknr. I.:.. n with
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- fin more
SOvttrM l worn ii.oii
DEATH OF A SPORTSMAN
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l iniaad in 1M0

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be was mate i
*w nail aSSft. as nc toad us. wu lightweight
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tag M u u known thai
In Prance, iimr
no was noing in Anurn.:
nee -i-i a*a a son in tnc BAT. rw
tem ... w*i
- short urns .11 inw-.c,
ttaroaoos lo ace
- kawaa isavwdfSBut te
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Silvikrin
WITH OIL
Tie Rigkt-StjU Hair Dressing
help
W
; toe game a i

SUykiiy bltnded
patirnth iiged
OLDii ANGUS

. however, for whsch be t
- launched tun..
- ier*aa purchase fcc oeeame la*
iiaom.. *
Paa.ua owl of a hall-bred nun :)
'. Bari-edos SB be
a _ Bdrr .
June r-kture and
.
.....
ao h later sold UBG.
t* not strong ii
. He survived
lb*
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ha. race he **- I
pat i v..
SCOTCH WHISKY
1 he ih-

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Preparation* Fur Christians
I < arc be-
>. rested in a report of
Both, 1 had though:.
but wu
aaa * !*_* Since then not much
vaaoaa if be can repeat the
...
.
- I since be ran at
the Dtetv and two other
l cUm t **. the bands of Dcvua
: tarred on the
___e to compere with n
Year meeting
:ad Derby in 1MT. In termf
Kteot of pome 40
. a lew week*.
more than to aee Footmark back In
. one of the beat ci iotas we nave seen
.from J: good as Commando II wu
....
Ni-\i "less I am sure he
at- ; beat imponea iprinters a food
. run fat such a scarcity of good
. reoles
(every!,. DH fhoneat ol.. trjers like I ...--li call it a day
tved safely but

has had no explanation of the rr.ish..;
a*e must hold ru|

THE 1ATK MB BaMSTST *KiX TO* .r.djR* la a-. ftUr BiuntT I
Trinidad wiU Mr Heary Hut Jk>T Frank aXeU
Manchester City
Beat Chelsea 4-0
I From Our Ov. n I orrcspoedrnt t
LONDON. I
TT*e Mo*: Vtomta i Dig time Sow
be Chelsea*s boas Ted DraK- Bealen four
of the table Manchester ^ > .:., ftbsJ
again hovenng dangerous: "near the brink oi ::.
Drop'*
Stamford Bridge aooa Drake t-
1 been out ana about laokuu; sol
men who could boon cneisca i

of 1H-. a:t-

rbs. r. i n
But u" Drake is worried at leut'
;-. BHhhSSJSfl : dfaa -rt BMU-
in They are those treat Derby-
MUn ;- :.:- stssi HatT] saarai
sad fssaaskj Csaaki The Storer
boys of Coventry banjed in seven ,
ad Sammy
Crooks' Shrewsbury Town slam- '
med s-x second half foals afaunsl
ScaAhand to equal Coventry's
Man of the day was;
Km McPherson Sorts County's
red haired mares
I *-ward He scored
the five ml defeat i
of BlackDurn ineludi&f s second
l- ujm Ian Iras, b igTii
South .African*
Make Hevotery
n
. .
-
ad, asro

Ihllif .-::
.

bee* in peat style it Hulboroufh !*".
a lirm for aw sa
M MM
J2 after tnulmf 21 at tne m
j. L.! --mt I
-' V -* iPO*T.
BUI S^ter ft the equaliser and of aa likely to make *-' ami A_-
DMtas from ume centre- tralian u -
-me frabbed the has a fraa" chance of becoming
::.ade Stan Ms
Detr manager parucularly reaer.*. r.u c>untry by be--ig chosen
hai-py u the nearest challengers, ag. before
imkmwiiowi. TOP EKXWB
l\ lU.V.-H.i.L. GAME
(6*. \ idmer )/ iiv a > i uri'i\
-r-it raree lakniiai . Ft
Marassil saa Brersn Wee*-
mm aawa rta earaas] day *c i
: .

sheo tin
uq sin d silsM
.
i ** bowlers th-
::'-
w \l.iui r TOP BCOBE
ALCOTT top- * ****;'-
...
I
:i and it
.>
oeedeo practice
i
was ao-
-
and It did seen
..
roc the B
-
Han impaired i
- -
I
Spartan ana W
opening tatsmai., snai^
. j .....,
!.v nss been coached and
... .. quired of him. ^^M
I
all would i. ,m*- ------" *-
fUd io see a lot more of him.
CL-ffM U \l-COTT
I b CX i
cvre St 43
....
the batsmen were or.
-.- :
- should o.. something auoui nis run up to the wleto
I Ml bad juog-
ket althoufh tn
1 seury snd tempt the batsman
loth to take a chance u 'ul attack.
BIKKt.II HAKES bUGHESl B.CA. SGOBB
T* S B1KKI ana PSSSSd the
C0\.ft but he hu scored
' : '-- -'
: ids per match, indcc-i; 'inmendably consistent
.:..; : .:
I Close of gSM ); "' :--
: 415 runs In ten MMM
PsswsAMMl ';. Wsnden arho has scared the eovstod Ml ruw
S.M. See.:.,
ings it is reasonable to
x hundred runs

NOON! GOl n wicki ra
Nl
Barker o individual
of First revision : K ,".",,
HS li:t\Bn H j: we end of tne
M
lirst
the

Club, uirruii.. I* *"
VISITING ENGLAND 7
FOR THE CORONATION
A 30 Seven
We remind you that any one of the
good looking AUSTIN family of cars
is a happy choice for the motoring
family
You get so much enjoyment from
driving or riding in AUSTINS that you
:t.vanably yield to the urge to be out
and about.
There's the smart surpnsinely
loomy A.30 Seven the A40 Somerset
with its new refinements and extra
power, the handsome, fast A70 Here
ford all built in the Austin tradition
K make your pleasure a lasting one.
GO BY AUSTIN. AND HAVE A
GOOD JOURNEY
A 70 Hereford
A 40 Somerset
CALL IN AND LET US EXPLAIN HOW EASY IT IS
TC HAVE AN AUSTIN MEET YOU AT THE DOCKS
ON YOUR ARRIVAL
ECKSTEIN BROS.
Dial 3387
Bay St
Dial 4697
?_ :> ...: "A' .
Blackpool were bsitaa.
In r stria Race
Arsenal cashed in on these de-
feats by drawing I1 at Burnley
ad s:e now* m fourth place.
Leicester brought bis v~>'
season to 22 and Joan

the preset:: senes close.
I! N-utb. Africa finished the
1 lu for one.
,:ghteen
j Leads* a1 dafeat of Swansea.
Char*** haa nw scored 12 at]
I sever gawaaa a*
I
i had quite a day at No:
-

ind Northampton, he ordered of?
:
vith
and
'. Tom
. in the dressing room-
s'.. Mirren ana &: F.:e .:a*r-
n* 1-;
Ag* at the top of the Scottish

* Wl" * l *,~ *-.
ices back of it. "**.
fell, wm had a gross S3 Ms handicap of &
_ J ll___!*_.. ..-I ."' f V*L
psad >-: 1 mm Lsagtw cup
holders Dundee, have ilsT'S**TT
kird place. The
League Caampions after holding
..ad. *ere beaten
by the odd goal of nine by mercu-
Ihs Rangers revival connnucd with
a 22 draw at Edinburgh against
f half Johnr.y Oai -ve obtained 11
ghi ssMsMs ';<'' '-* from me Lai six games.
Roekle> ......-" C",
hssdofatos.
Keelah Ki a who he: uth the second rune, ana was
4 eighteen.

In
this fine tarfanaanca gave her the
MUs
At well hac a fur-trok -..:, .
Una, six strokes
back on .'
t end of the '.^ MM was
aligned -* mat
K 1

B
ATKINSON LOSI 3 LEAD
**'' a, the
r0 bUS) with 1-.: lei man-he? and thi
produced sever. ch.. .,^ 0ne wu

defended the No 2 pi.
;.
gainec
had MM
gMMj
alw> advano
pace .'.
E
r.
M t
Mra 0
p
:.'.- .
Kn II
Mn V
Crai Her. Nt
s> 11 77
>1 14 7T
93 20 VS
N 'SO
M IS 81
101 7
103 '.4 89
106 18 88
-
ther nil
-
Thomas
PYRAM I D
IIAXDKI R( I II 1 IS
. .olounfo* rn(-*
A A TOOTAL PRO!
CANADA Dil. (IIIIISIMAS
mUM (OMI'IIIIIO.N
M^iii};llai.-i:\irii,|nho|im'iiilKT^llii
III 1 <\>.\IIA IIIIV

pn BoUlut : ... ,::,..:, u ,, s .
who arr oBc:
spcUers: ^^ *
1 ir-lA TurLiv j Mam and .1 ( Im-lui... IMiim
I'uddm.
SecondA Ham.
Caanlation Priie^-'Jn l, | n,da Dr.
Bevrraun.
Please write clearly. .. c tm^
address, and ,
Spellu
Only words app.
will be considered.
Individual b, used , ,
S.ord m. Upil in
^D^DRY^LI"*'' L* ""^P"""* b 8* <) led CAIC-
1 eorlu. and must reach us by noon 00 toe
bar. isss.
io compl;
.
*ith the a
teuton of the Judges u final.
CAMAM Ml l,ii|i||\(l (OMI'AM OF
lAatlNS I iMilt-1>
Hun hi
e Tra*t kwi .*,


SI M)U IIH I Mill II 11 1952
SUNDAY AHVim \ 11
P4GI nvi
Salvation
Army Annual
Social Appeal
Th Sal-.
Annual Social Appeal i
\ ide Chri'lmas Cheer p,irpfl lor
poor families and treat*
i hild-rr and the Sal-

during IM3 Donation* ivmld Ix-
-in Armv.

able to tend you n. Please
am 2*67 and an lector will call.
I''*evirj\i|y Acknnwl-
MM ?67 80
T. R EVSOJ 10 W
Barnes t Ce, .'0 l>
I P Williams Esq $00
Mr*. Kale A Ballo,i 2 40
' Burnl'i'-V 6 20
Wilkinson ft Harne*
Co. Ltd 10 On
Mr. A. M. Webb ____ s.oo
The Canadian Bank
Commerce ......... 10 00
\ Friend 5.00
Mr. D. A. S. Lawless ISO
4n C Esdalal 1.00
Mr*. Agne* L 0H1
riurton ft Co
Mr Louts Rvh |
v i).- i |ma .'. c. ].-> 141
D* I Ima ft Co
Ocean View Hi b 5.00
llata Shoe Ston
Mr. J. Parraviclno 5.00
rmor Bowrbu i 500
M R 200
Miss Dorothy Hut son -'40
Hot*)
Hoti 1
i
Mn ii. .' Bo 1 Oil
i.t.i> Hateon
Mr -. I)...mt ...
I1MN
WALTER M
Bar.

Per. 12th 1852.
FAREWELL
I atrrio'i.' . The rlrrn Woir* fareiceli.
rode shlpi In harbour gaodbyr Ml,
T'ik rautifnl Whtfr Lady Boat,
.1 irwi-.rn! nran on teeters afloat.
Ordcclfcd in o:i her brilttenl lioht
TM po'rino nlfhf, a tterrlina no'if
.fotr ilo i upon her vaxj
rudi ere here* of da
n-tinmei [owo.
MM fadl'ip llohts, (Ms farewell nng
.4 two-.- berth Carthrlc Be*
could, lee'd make her *fan'
- rr l hem Hdr
Firlr fid..
No lonor- shall
A' anchor W i.
i f'Tto-.-oTlno (rips
Aboard rhrie ro"i/ortWr shly.
tfo more from Camds trill .
Bntotnp on* carpers a*d *' *"o"
\'w more rhr old familiar roll
It On I boat son"" from boatmen all,
i will la-inrhei com** ad oo
Heorlno n'e"0"s fn and fro
Alas! Ye men irho earned iron- bread,
-. notr |. pfoie that pour uoitant hlp li pone.
Hare faith and cn-iraer, and h..|
hanaeful envaoe He* aheod
Dart cloud* arc ant-Hip overhead.
the darn, the clouds trill fleer:
ric tlrer liit-io trill appear
Dlp<'lli''j all "r anxious fro'.
..-. i bi ao.>d rhrrr
peei l.ndy H""' U*11 ever *emrmbcT
V.iur sad fflrrtrrll this nlpht in V
Id enptain and certr for seretec rendered,
IVirli urn'- I lr? thanks irr fcude-.
M faC "irrender.
M(M.\(f M. ROCK
-Sra \
Evening Institutt
On \rtms Ifolitiavs
Last week Dm Ever Inj .
classes began then
I
was Uie first term (or U
Uitnxtucad idi i
typing cla
Wrm for
.i tsro-ri i
leading
Arts.
othei ivaning
for men and wo
centre* through""'
St. John's Muce.i
a iiorniand-t7pi

\nias Munic At
SL Mary's (Jiurth

rttJ giv,- 4 racitaJ ot
mmlc it 9
..: 4.15 p.m.
Trie first Item on *n.
H the nymn Chnstlatis
Bgullallan Thw
will be suna; by the choir and
ongreaatlon. There are In all
tcms on the programme
The first hymn v ;! W fpilowed
..i bv the Vicar then the
Riiw Once a,

i aatctlon Inchtdi .....
oou rl and Rowiay.
Amotig the artiste- taking part
Nail Hail. BanoasnaB 0.



i
Institute. El*
mathrmal
are also taught.
At Ml .....
Shorili.tmi. Boo K
s .< '
CIMSM i
St. Aui;' '
r
f tbaaa " ish ore included In t -
taught.
In a\rldfWtorn
.it Ibfl IbUowing - i
Industrial Union, YJA.4
Clerk's Union. Con
for the Phann
Bare lot.
(utnudian Ciuiim r
l 4iiidUn Craatai
: innrnlng
pi
CrHara arlUi aan*l
rha Canadi n Njti"";,l
Una had I

i aaaaan Huhiandrr arwh
.. (' Hr.lifav.
., -. Gar-
I
L.K. Ttaiber
Mission
B> Irani pair 1
h.is ftlraady visited tna I
j.inwK-a. British H
B|
-:
Major r.xiHirtrrs
i
British Honduras and BftUan
OUtana wtra nai
port-is el*
niles were mainly lm-
portars. However. Trii
l>articul.ir. had " '.;hiuble
ind other
woods.
Ha d that su
unproved saw-mllUns grading,
mid nroaaure treatmcni ith wood
IntoTati mi-tioc.
specially. In addltiof to the Iwo
major Umbera li Hoi
dura* Mahoajanj Brlttan
(iuiana ajraatkhari "f which
an known .11 ov IIM worlu
ra larae quantrttaa ot
other woods |n the i-a. some of
la ue iii-
.rnallv or nmk.' luofaaaruily,
.ind thirefore d<-. VKl att-ntlcm
lecause there wbr> larfll QuairH-

Industrial
Mission Back
Fn London
has* oai o-b cansiialsafi
we. is.
The five-man industrial mitsto
headed b> Mr J Unco'-n Btas
I IrMlus-
?i .. pa v*
. ,-ek v.
to Jan.. Barbad.
and Brlttlta Guiana They at
iKW word report
investigation^
The prrHmtnaty arork on th,
'.ine'iced on the
Ip and It ii hoped 'I
it \ill Ih> cOir.plrted wit hi i
week 01 Ian davs ( npias are
>.>.'* four West In-
dian Covernment* and to tha
-! Secretary.
Mr BtaH sid he ..ud has col-
Ir.ir1)" had been ittipreaead by
had *een in the yri-
Thev had vis-
ited over 100 factories and
hat a wise and aound
pattern of the development had
taken place.
Mr Steel said there waa nead
In the neat fire or ten years for
imiih greater development of
type which it would be bayo
of local governments
. Ida
Tliere was need therefore to
:'. i ad !j Ix- shown
thai Induairi In the Wot In>
was a sound propoMtion. In '
l a great lesponslblUtv
I ,[..vernmenla
l a>dara, They had
i n;irt to play by ahow-
ln Utlening Hours
- MaH it issa

'
ii
- i .-
usl
i s-
i a *

...
i
i raj
II

Nrai i i
. i
i
i km pirn
IBftS
r
i Ui. Kill
i Mi Amii-
i .
IS m WHIN

e ..
'

M
i aal I- *!
"lirv Fighting"
QuaUtM
character. Intel
I

emergency. V -
Fire Officer. Mid m
.(. Y M I \ I niw- .
Major CragK- WM Uitunng to
group of founfl asaa '
FlSh'.int."
Major Cragas showed how
various types of fire i
hould be used anil si i
it was speed a- wall ri eflVieoej
that would in'
He salo it waa Um 6
member of 'he community to
notify the Fire Brig. d as quick-
ly as possible in rase
Every minute lost nnu.unted to
one hour's work on arrival at the
wane of the Are.
After the lecture
artaw ihowo. The nrai
proper use of ladder)
ither noasad
nil. i. n.v Of flrerrv bi turning
out to a fire.
Pen Pah
MARINE, Aged 21
Rl I
atid like
Hobbles
Biliian Bta
Bathing Cinema Rotnfl
M KHJOHT, Agcxl
r p.o Ben I ll w
\t -tigun. Ilhe Pen
Botl l-">vs and
I
me* of all
inc. politics, photography, handi-
impt and nun eolleeUna,
Itougll Sea-
Sink 2 Boate

V.
41 e " Th- BIUV
la.Ou e m.
.
Tie Tm> i
I"*
Hough a caused
l-.,, [I ill: i: !'. to :ink All
the rre of the iwo
. i M iatl aie -hr "Sln-
!-.ii" in, v, belonged io Bvani
of Hrlghlon Black
., Black Eagle'
which belonged t" Sydney
! kwlth Stre.
The Sinrioll" went lown
mile and a half afl the
We l 1- Rum B< tlm r> hile !
I I .^le'' -innk ofl the
a Pr
RATES Of hXCNAVGK
\IW YOMK
"

'

i \s \l> \ .
I- .
iMin-nri in."- Mat* 1
:i in- I
CaMs
- io-. J


YESTERDAY'S
WEATHER REPORT
Ii.Infill frum lodrlnjlon-
nil.
Total rainfall l date 293 Ins.
Temperature: 71.5' F.
Wfcad reloestyi l mile* per
hour.
Kiromeler i a.m.I .
ill a.m.) 2.97
TO -11A V
sunrUe: 8.12 a.ni.
Sunael: 5.4* p.m
Moon; l-a.l Quarter. Decem-
ber 9.
I.lshtlns. 600 ii in
llleh Tidr: ?.?! im. 2.e<
p.m
La Tide; fill am. e.ig
pm
SPOUTS COMMXTAMt- r'rum Pan''
Vidmer defeated C. B
i u
Rodeet dafcated C O
Sihi-ck donated N < inysh
G Davh defeate.1 (1 Manning
A Benjamin defeated f Mlbloek
K Hunfa ktt' I A IV-njamln
c Thomas defeated P. Orelg
C Thomas defeated A. W Tempio.
Imlt] afeal i Hinkson.
i I. S: illh.
i i M inaina defeated ft No
Kbndge d.felted Dr h>rr
CHALLENGES
Oshourne challengen C Bellam*
Wallbrldge challenged Fi1/ < ,
Eastham challenged K Miirphi
Innisx challenged P, Grelg
Thomas challenged S. T ippln
If M.life rhallenged F
O Daysh cluil lenged I
Maskell challenged C. Bayl"
Ridger challenged W Alkn,
Norris challenged C, MtiMunk
Nov. 2B
Nov 5P
NOV 8F
Nov. IIR
Nov 11C
Nov. 11 K.
Not U M
Nov. 11- t
Nov. IIJ
Nov. IIH.
i e*i i'f-
jert and hon#> 7m
Rheumatism,
Aches, Sprains,
lnsct Bites & Stings
Apply healing, soothing
THERMOGENE MeoV
cated Rub where ihe pae
it. ki penetritmg medi-
cated warmth relieves the
congestion and chirrm
iway the pain. Rub Wgll
in except when ipplylnf
. to bites and itlngs
IF YOU
DOUBLE-ACTION
THERMOGENE
MEDICATED RUB
(n big g'ass Jars and handy Tim
are
ALWAYS
TIRED
lake
PH0SFERINE
TONIC WINE
Arc you always tired "< Arc
your nerves bad so that you
cannot -ilceo? Do you easilv
get depressed ? You need
Phosfcrine Tonic Wine.
Hveryone likes this rich,
pleasant-tasting wine, which
has the valuable tonic pro-
perties of Phosfennc. It will
give you new blood You will
eat well anJ sleep well. Your
nerves will gc stronger.
DEC. 14 NO. 254
TOPICS
BY
JOE & ROBERT
sponsored by
J & R BAKERIES
makers of
ENRICHED BRLAO
and the blenders of
J & R RUM
THE SHIRT
THAT FITS TO A T
II IIH III Mil-: II Ml. Mil I. XT Ml. SIIHU.S
Take
PHOSFERINE TONIC WIN F,
You'll soon fed better!
U ft*
...SOUEBODY
0DCRT TO TELL
HIM TO
CHANGE TO
ESS0 EXTRA MOTOR
OIL I
Thousands of motorists hove used Esso Eitra Motor Oil
tor yeors, and thousands ot new owner, arc finding it the
best oil lor their car,. Esso Eitro Motor Oil i, a premium grade
heavy duty oil containing a tpeciol inhibitor specifically for
corrosion prevention, and an entirely new detergent which keeps
your engino cleon and in perfr-t running condition. Eo Extra
Motor Oil is sold by practically every gorage and service station
in Trinidad,
IT PAYS TO SAY
Sssol
TOH ALL PETBOI.rX'M PRODI'CTS.
ESSO STANDARD OIL
II M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.


PACK in
m Mm u>v*x i n
si M.n hi ( imiii I ii in:-'
Christmas 1952
By FVNSAJn mort
, h b~ Kl. lb. Turk.,

lU* I... It.
/ \>iiin\nt /\ to\ixt\
it) innnmi\ lixtthin
low sun. but at the
UM sides.
: plates and groups of
ill placed. From these
.
I forl
Hatf| to be filled with
and Mum men on to the

l
,.,d ,h. .he, hcl ,-
i.imury. vo!.ihM* mi* th*r
- Um vegetables put there'
inee*.
Ml OB tide
. the "help yourVlf"
too.
Guests ait where they like about
. and if a few email
tabes these tan be
at? M enjoys me
, he more because of the
This does not mean of course
U entirely
by no moans, for even
d house-
staff can dog out and
washing1 up dirty plates and .
lasses, and fetching ar.
CADBURY'S
DAIRY NILK CHOCOLATE
CLEARS C i 'LOS Qt H A /.1
8
The bauty
of Ferguson cottons...
rxquiiit, Jriifni |)Jt>iK*m d
ANlwif a\sf i-ut.' hi> >i
leernnkers, (jn'i-
&t ilie lively etiip f-'er^'iuiM
beautifully i>

Drive away
UGLY SKIN
diseases now!
* .1 -ilSi.i : T. >
bo.uw n( "l tpmt an' |
Ihici itm ana* m and ..thing girt
you mil***, iker***' asjha I
Gear up vuur ith D1)I> InJ ihe .1,
ill mh uk i* k, ccrssia
U.DD. Pros*
MOW DID. tIS 10 AUKKLV
Ii D.D ass* rhei r<-
diei. ha* a prm v.tim anu-
trptt. [>if li inks deep
pant <-r :( >*m
IBM germ*. Jnvc
an! bring
Malmg 1'
anjjlukin
1
M aai* m

DDD
PRESCRIPTION
C^-l^t" SeittcCtunx e{ 1t\e Ifea/u
1. M IVXI MAKf-UP MT...
Contain* Pan Cjfcl I
pace Powdei '
lnvutMcM.U t ; 1
SkinPrnhenri l-wt>iv* Pencil.
Eyelash Make-Up
end Cologne ..
2. SWIM -MKt-'Jr , 3. PAN-CAKI- MAKIUP 4. COIOI HARMONY
' SIM, a JltnipHRfu
< 'if..'
m w. I -- n*/it*
i i
dtr, P.
I
Caloric ...
MARI-UP HT
hsvssonreasr
Rouge an J. I
I hadci
I
At Leading Drug and Deparimenl Store*
jpj.Dle of waiting on Ibe family
;

but ve<*
!e best cooked
if it i '

I
?uigtrau
older gem
thing" and

Etttl time* have changed, and
"V" BiSTgVWMTC
and gr nme sat bead ind .., lne flr,tn ot
':: l*blf-7*XUi ..... rlthout the help
things, and nllc
'"- in ke-p Uk rnoie
mm) ht unpwurtgi pDarible rtjeklog to the I
perfectly, i......
r (nil*. Have pb
I thing, out let/ van.-
I in a good win too with thfa |
past Even the irannips and Unner. to I
'"d vavourles with !h cocktails and to
Ith Soup, which may
Beult I .-,
rmall}/.

ii. hut remember. :i
ye iifter a\\ The tab!.- aim pie there mual tag rietii*
<> its fuM tv.-rvthlng.
< 1IRISTMAS iiinmi:
'- Turkey and Ham. Roast Beef
Jug. English potato, String Mean*
Plum Pudding anil Brandv Hutlet
Mince Pies.
Coffee. Liqueur.
"
nks could be
9
LEIT : Ensemble for re*rt wear droicned In pure IrKh linen, has rlo.el> filled bodi-e with
spron trmil with Iwo itaffiml poekela: a cirrular aklrt: and a brlrf pair of linen -imrtv.
Rir.HT : Knrr-bultoned bree. he. In rusl colour linen, have the new lulling hip pocket*, and
tfl "urn nii a g|aaTe|aBi ( '"k ra>on blouse. By Louis London & Sons.
Before And After Six O'clock
Ith Cracker* galore
placed: and c rved. at the b
ihe ham
| ,
ihe1Turk. Cockuils before dinner, whiskev h,'>* ft WTfK*e
- rllimor.aisdUo.uoun '"
ng of Um i i i.ffce.
vlll be no nag niaht
to hi stable its fun to
ve a Lighted tree, f>r after dln-
gt <>n Page 7
Whol's Cooking In The Kitchvn
|| \ \| few minutes then add the
and the ham (wtl
Hot Ham Bread -^ 2 '" na11 **2:
then add to the mixture.
.or. Butter a pna dfafc, pour the
2 mi*lufe a
nfuls.

(ill more than a third
mii t twenty minute*. M
iimnaiilataljr.
Ham Spumette

I
. Butter; Orated
spoon all the Ui milk

i
a a ver> tin.. I i;. !
Dot necoaaary i.ut it you cht-ese.
ham it is batter to put *unee the ban then add a bu
iny bit. Take the aBU ,1:''' Ihe whites ol (h
tryUiulg and put the pui-ee in
i ii. 2 eggs 2 ,,|lt ,h^ bowl n the ici
r two hours. Then add the
U Stir f.n D fl
until everything Is thoroughly ,he 1C*-, Add
3 at .. time, stirring all -.
i ,,, ...... :.' . then aaaon with salt an I
.._'' PW
go aauoti i Ha
iiuile a lot of "
ai Ihe water boils, put the sauce-
f K5 "Snf."^2 .11:
with the mixture and
DOS. Fashions For Children '<" dmplg ..: Nw.*. Peter
Stepping out 1953-el |fl In clothes set b) B-tflTOUgh front
theaa kraag buttoned breechei In Prince Charles and Prince** Anne and. full sk.i' .dark
rust-coloured linen, worn With is rapidly btinK reflOCtOd by blue n> loti fklglimi
yeevele^ .>*. manufacturers of children's cloth- witn white collar Anci separates,
They wc:. i ,-os of the two children. 10 long u t. .. were
gashel Fashion Group this dad in corduroy dunga- introduced here for children,
idea of the deslgnei wai i iat rees, have become farnluar. Qgol rj deolin ahlrl
And mothers watching a fash- lvith striped demm Um -
-how for children given by a YouagSkH manneq,,.
ed. as suitable lot ,okl.iil parti, top wholesaler wag* pleased to .(,_ dr.- u ,,.,.,( n, ,
u tor beachwtar. But this met note that such styles win be mass- ,,,^TLk" ^ 54* ATd-
i wrvatfve reMptloa Tin- oducad Thersj iware cotton bil |,,'c " rehears,.
4 women fIUted dungarees in blue and y\ m',tnor- ,,u"' '* un-
tba white stripes. Amerleaiv ",oa ,ea backstage during
Ihe Bgun .. and, (or the very foaoc,
' I fuU^ORlf fashion
All would be easily show for i i evident
watned. that styling have developed so
(Of those DaOthara trao much that moth)
nt when
Ulren, and have time ,thes.
keep up with the necessary lau-i- \,.v, \vaT\ ( lour
resses with fni:..i .. Look ,.r f(,r garance' .
,gge-tion : -'stiffly to stand out ov.-r Clthmt Jha,
beafih-bTg. attached to the ten ''>' > petileoat
like a carpenter's apron. . !! "";> out V1V11. .,,,,. vvll!l ,
h From the lilt ...... Woodertand. h.( hlttory. 1
oven tee atn I of a Delightful for young chihi,. k.. . ,
. wore the "I ,
aprin Imn: formed b> tjyo out- dre 'giraffe m th,-
size stiffened pockets. The I .
- up clour* lime yellows, dark
, navys and peacock blues
One other fashion point from %*"*, *?h **?% -
... ferred were the aott r,^-k j
and pale blue-, seen on 'o- (1IU. |h-
r E
our-of-thrt-
Of n llarbarn Goalen And
folk ther* atpraai Og '-heir con-
ddered opinion, suggosta -. tbtd
.hi Ih banned ftotn beech

But perhaps those ovei
be more enthusiastic about keep-
,. vith the lat M '
During the same DBXadV
.. ted with .
ular ov
the show was that dark D
will bo :hr eolOtU
.
the bottOfl
dish. Turn the dish Upa|
that surplus Hi
Pour ih.- gajxtura In the dish.
When eo -

-rather In lightweight linens or dlsed* nylon party frocks.
cotton, it will be smart and cool Another fashion trend for
u. .it"> otli children v. led It to the
Ii Igoygaabol Fashion Group, mother-and-! .uahter munis,
which has 31 membei now i w-huh the daughters dreai ap- ] :< r gala
: UneO-type pearvd M
her mother'.. Mostly the Uek,
A Pretty Face Is Enough For Mother
By JOANSA PACE one glanea r photograph lifted think lhai you cannot rely on
IT'S still a world where first a load of vorry from the. heaii Ihe ilngle phxtograptt
.e than any- of n mother-.n-law and turned I ,!- gg liiH
bin't it? It's still a her into an -nthuslast for a irl first appearancet anywanV
world where most people make wife she had never seen?
up their minds about you In the You're So Wise ... f**a lhal conceals a
lint glance at your face. They told the mother of Cor- ~", hH'X !hcre i*"" mllllon, "f
It's still a world When you can RW* Geoffrey Bacon. B.A.M.C.. J^Pj* *h honeet and turn
lose a job or a man by the l
ong
that her son had fallen In' love "t to be just that. For every
th a Korea> girl and was P^"? ...l" maait
hou
" "ll "' m the boiling water. Muk,
I Put in a plate .. M you can with
i >] Sam of Bun the mUti m cook for
t : > W' ;- i twi nty rtea la Um water
aleb must not boll too much.
Ham eoolu take them out with
f*ul in a mixing bowl and serve with pnrt i' the tlrst tciT " .*-.i K...
butter which you will melt ^,nd% Tan Intreduction. fringing her horn, as h.s bride "f"*|f '^
and stir with a wooden h Kin tor a n I |> of the spumette. | Did you notice how Uk- WMk Hritaln. ( 'in.-n,
How did lira. Bacon react to Thank gOodntM anyway that
the news thai M I area to begin
first woman In this country to Ufa With b koga new
have as her d.iughter-in-law a wife on such a eenaibte note.
Korean dancer who can speak no For the new Mrs. Geoffrey
English'' Bacon Kirn
"We were a bit disturbed at Chung YuriK. winch means Gold-
first," she said. "But when we an Friday will indeed be
saw her photograph and what a atrw in Beachgrove-
lovely girl she Is we were quite rood, Fishponds. Bristol.
happy" If Golden Friday goes with
Congratulations, Mrs. Bacon bee I i;-law to do the
You are a wise woman b "Ppmg she will be
such a warm welcome to the turprtaed to see the eggs for sale
wife your son Is bringing hoi:. grocer's count-
And to those people who may e> On l'age II
SMtfc** bob, t to! ( pa.i, .
t**(K o*d d.noo'oH d to
CS*'(>*> BaaMl 'tf*g. kUioiii.
>dB<'. .b*m oaaai re laal
< U ..iK.J, M l<
i. dP-d .p. (v9 j-d old MeRag *t
.-.I, I. .- < ploy I
IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLD!
As on olialiw lor nwtra!
lieving the paint and ditcomfortt o* acid-mdigeition. Milk of
Mognena. a product of Phill.pt, is one o* ihe lotfew, mosi effective
known Ai a /oofir. Phillips octs gently and thoroughly, without
gripmg or diicomfort, and w tones up the entire digestive system ... Ii the ideol antacid laxative
lor all the family I Get Phillip* today I '/* or ^ "^
Liquid or Tablets '^'Ps^tF
MILK OF MAGNESIA
A PRODUCT. OF
n~Mn.L> iimic. i,>g.h,in,


Sl'XDAY. Dl'.l I.MI1I I! II 19S2
l\li\l IDVOCATI
e;
Mrs. Austin has
a new line on
American wives
Th. EVE PERRICK Coun
WITH Jam! HM -uiirr aU.Miiion oi e*eryom-
conn iit ruled on Ihc Men 01 the MoUMDl
Aim':.. .-:i State Department .-.till lOUIld tin""
Ihu week to try oul a new npMUMDl m mU'inaiionai
relations
To Uontlnn m* guinea pi Margretta Stroup AaMIn
under :. :'. i and Cultural Officer
lor Women1. ARalfl Mrs Austin b.b ihe nm of Us Hind.
to to try t
women sboul
He' '.'
moat t-k. appa
l to
beloved UBU M
...
aleek. apuled >.-'itIhukI
who like lu*u?
ft (em :
aorld
so 1 inoufhi
advisable to taae hrr to
lunch and try ro buv Her
I: was bund
but I hod no trouble

She ia smart 1.
hcklv groomed
-dare / mv if -
i>picai Aatneu .>
No* look la
;. For year* ihe
women here have looked
a **? rd* :
t...n. and >
about start.tut to gel
aomewhere No* you
come along and mi to
lell u* that UK i
trt hirdiir'Pii
erasaed liouaevivm
vhoae baabpnd
a bit aeaiwl of (hem.*
-Well,
know." all- a 11**1'red
"II we ha\f a better
time BH
!.:
because *.< rr
But there aci
over here entO
than -Jietr 4 -
Sbo told me ol tha nte and
hard time* ol one oi a*r
rneada who i
inc. cleaning and laundry lor
the famUy. loofci alter her i..ur
children tal indor |hl i an l
S the mnnrv ihe Iff
inc the ashing heriell to
pay for a course .!> otaud
I got in the laat word, though
"Can you cook " 1
Uanrratta (for
mother of an 1b-,ear-old son'.
- No." ahe :
Wo lev
American i
thetr own deat.ni
that Un French
off boat, anyway
How lute. *e both
live In a country wbe
troublea can be tun
gunand a aympam
rABLIAMfcNTABT
W dure waa peci-cuur.
lighted this, week lor ail i i .
And a grand show it waa.
Now, ol courae. the Hoi:-' nf
Commona can art on with iu
everyday routine of. rnaic.ng
liBilillMilI ,:f 'lh,' :;i' "' -1'
awop igsultii in the Chamber,
and anacdoua in Um bar*
And bi ihe Ctntral l**b> the
taxpayer- with arir.aneae to air
can ait out their data waiting to
catch a member on 'he wing.
Business a t*t about ge"ing
Into thf "a* usual" state <*Kt.
I waa there.
Said otto of 'he p<>
"li*a a bu eariv in the day for
the regular.V but they'll he in
as aoon the weather changes.
While Irt tMM loo ecM ihev
prefer to Btl in Iha part
'' regular-." he eapiSUM
mainly Soin-.tet> Wari'nig fiome-
ttung Done aiu" Pan
education
Sitting on .me or 'tie ModMl
were ran \oung men in padded-
ahooadar. suit* and lot
coat*, and para
paneni.nl cie 11 III : *harp
looging charjcicr-
The policeman gav.- them an
ejpert glance '" <>"
......
held by English
Morgrrtla aUMttS, yctt-fday.
pomp
the pro'.icol and greaa
Bnt.an .i
to nice and caa.
*
*
*

*
*
run
r.m.i: thk
a city
i ( Bn* or Enc
Oh. tei. /( Ian nt
i i:
MtSAMBA
British and
ti work out
I and agried
in- :. .:..
DEMOCRACY
K*
that lev iini. ..
one aboui ad i
enough, a ! n
the Mm:^er ol i du
self came out to see a hat
could do lor tiieiii
riarenre lliir.brmli
chatted lor a wlilk
Bo ou aae Bind a'
ibfthei) wBO
...is Nt.(
America io show :h; natives how
Ihe samba ought '> he pla%l.
He came back
we^ii wito a irai I UUa, told :n
1 ;*ot accon; about h.s
adteiiuirea down in Hio.
First thing thai surprad him
was the furious pace ol
%mi can nog- and dying.
"Street accrdetr about
minutes. Irt .-oniiiionplace '>
a< a corpv Iv nc *T."ched OBI
on lie paven.n with ->
. ATdif at the Egft. I gueaa all
arr.Diilan n -' b* equipped
*llh ean-i -.'
n't there a eoala-to-New-
abou*. to.ng
P"
-.
___i
everyone in Br;l t
dance saml1!!*. Inera aren't
really so manv muaictana who
can plaiy them."
The nettuie tha linpreaaed
Mr. iJapU tS much *as Uie
kindlytliought of the proprietor
of the malK-cli.il in which he
was to play- having the place
. ri-decoralf-d.
val. be (nun.l :
In a room hung aith 'anail -nd
pa.nted ffl nee of the
uld that that was to make me
frl at home Id
heart lo tell tnao 1
Scotland M year* ago.'
I ud I fa -! M: InaU ha-1
worn i a:id ..
rummerbund ai return (
"Oo-l
rhuniba baQdaOMn n Sou'ii
Anier.ca ever wear thai
dress. Theyat d
*
REALLY?
\l>\ I K I l-l II -i ,IH!r
m in a Hew Yorg Dowa-
Baper : "The A. I
Chloro-
p*>: II."
London Bcpraaa Servloa
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ft, w$

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Mt I ||M.. HaaVAM hetalt
and Ann 1 oJd. eoih i-i lb i
sunburned -ggfcg bj>"v kali
eaaiieraied V um rallsr ibrovi
new real als ha* ar MMb*
red.
.VUSTJUIS- -l
oh ^1 HII IM I Mill K II ,-
II x

APKII. -I I. IIA V IfMI
*r ly.ounl a> Wall - w i
i du ! .1
abwrvh.
i vi i (a it s( -i ....


ji \. i ii i i
.
new winter BB tj \nii \ ry
rop gagj Mell lth her
i velvei on ireer i. Marre(U 1
.IUr in Pllllll lamh oh ifjtp
T/lan Gbouk Jown
llil \ -nil fcaggMgff drape
made liom limclli ol aalln In
mill eolour ivntraal Ui laal
little Uadi iggBB." Be Mire
It la deep enough to) drape.
Fin with ihimstitne hrouthe*
L-t-H
PARIS NEWSLETTER from SAM WHITE
So Miss Deterding
joins the emigres
Mid I
I
tarn i
\i ot'ai i-
I l*irrOarne imn


H i i miii a it i. oi mam aa
.uar. u I

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atariaal
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PAR1I
SntVTNG U Bl -i htOBM
Ity nun
r | DM '
BrltAln'i in"
rho I dob
iBfctn i
i, It. letdkag
the tate K'i
Hi i
naie. and
ma-ond wile
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Ninliunt'

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Con-

C3 in

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001
RaeanUy aCaaa in-i 'niini
applied i
plafeil in 'lie nte*"'i i ol an
emigrant
She
B
: '. v
Ol spend
r in W dais .
over thu
. rtOd sue
will be able to draw
rapttal.
CAHSEO A FLURRY
allaa UeUiTdingH in
natur.i

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and ron.-*t latl
a
and It
He
lie tin
Monou>


iBlh reau^ta

or the
H
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ao aa not to be
i -xiailv

.....n and
iHir*

i
new i vin
:iterarv
t !.;
THEY SAII IT
Qt nil < ..I lb. .eefc
r i
Koi l| \ Women are
.
. In
BAt 114 .l IIK%

'. aeeven he dae re

I'll IM 1 ITB
nun Kl i have *,i i-hi
i I nave no intention
<:
M a* a inn pews
1
LAHDMIHK CCES
sr. .. ' i- in .n land
i
I
g gruun ol
.
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THE MINISTERS WIFE
Tiir. u M of M m

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Cab ] \1 n 'ei husbaud. !

CULTUDE FOR SUE
CHRISTMAS 1952
m I roni Ttl* *> gin- Of BUflBI
net hung witn Iltllc amBUnaj wrag tin- possible, pajd -n. 'loale^ wtu-
and faini:> fota ' ' v'"' '
iad< Out '" own lo the .ism.-: -ill lie ChBtil I
it maki .i-nality it
, rjgi.lri 'he udvantugca
It is i.ui> i.i.i ih.il Uk Um CacgttBll part> arnn none
hostess """ l"'n oi alaipe,
chiiainiak parly aa well as the Why not try It?
Doctors Prove ...
A Lovelier Complexion in 14 Days ffj
Fa i Brighter, Fresher
Cemplenion, use Palmoliie
Sup as Doctors Advised
iHd.'t i* oMidwi *""*,h* fixm "*"*'"" **"
P.lmoh.. So.p < lmp't (W "jT.^r ... -
,|0.. in man, o,l O.lr l*l '" "-w. *"*"'
^, ,_., Mi .kin ..*, J *
...,h,.. emu iiiwn U" "
Dim..
.. created i< K....J. mm
i ....I end eleajanl nil through the Jaj
YARDLEY <",/'. lavender
and iht tuxuy ivap of iht woiti'
y*s
alao petfjpted alt'n TerJlejU***a*r Bail. Salt. .Du.niis I'aviJ.r -T-k-and other toilet wjuUJtaa
TAIDIfT II Otf> tOSp ITIftT LOMDOW
NO XMt* IIBI \\t
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Ml M III
ly one ol a
ng A Coefc-
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an -nti*->

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I gcaggga, I
I .u.ling I i
n. Bop]
t ologne. '
BBtry. fa
'.*iK Hgcnng ihu X- I A
ttarful Cwdy p> 01
, isto lull

. iK .i nNygpn i 11
I
g-cra 1.11,1,.i po ntei Iffiptpln I
i own drnertmorit
4.) ?liaaaatnl i" I't'li
HtilUam b'iaa*i
..... in '
' ui i ik'l"' "enut'lt

...

BAMTA \Mt- R4MAR
i ,li ,,( Vulptidi
I .u ked X- pad Siiov
mgjn with tp(i4.
i I) M pa, not Hi-'
i it>) pnd Pit lure iMkt, Annu.il
I Ml OfMngg nn.1 d-ir
Jong. rurat--l-. .,nd luwlgtll
I |i-.ind-doWn
tbt| to lumb-
|m.|>.h. lUctBJ IV. il
voni
rand
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..i
nmitoiiigri
al toys an
into Saaga'a
toaj and IM
i
anumg' Iho
I'OI VI siMn i
hlMI"L. I.Ill I
atul it'a well Hut
Ui Mmplify \ i
leniK >\*-. .
pta-oie call to 123
Meat Pfei
i ike- BawMlwh
irhe CBI
And Rollatoo D
I rgacanl I
. dlalln ;
i i id ordet
He M ......\ '-I
htiMI >i i "
IMIT MlMK i
SI LIMIT and aun
la mid the d>
brought at lb.
M I no I
I I.I;,' t. I
dm' T-shm .
Sagkg Mi 'i-tone
to 4 yra) 11.19; H
si.82 and Shini I
arBoag i Dual* rl
i Btcfudlnaj > no
> ill) undei
bat La HII
l.ltTTA BAT
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ou ki.
tnn
ki
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WlU brii
Vol.i '
1. vew and
t io youi bom
i Bolls. Park-
| inry th il
122| ou caw
iheaa >''
DWB i
HtVi: A
ir IN IttM \
i id u* OpttBd i'i
I'htful Kilts lo
tlu Store on
M
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i, | .i- i Mi
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: u. 'i re
I iv undei
i rath r > pbo r num-
IAIkiI.\M> -HOI' UMM V
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Ml MUM. i rllUBTM \ > IN
mi inorii-- IM III -.1 Mil
HMMI \ Mitt sill I II SOWS-
TIIINti? Lpgal We IndlPB Hand-

Straw ^ RafBg HandBMB uitd

ihc 1
f.uav., Tahia JbHj rna I
lo. and Otanga
( Se.i.he.1.
T<>rt,>H**hell and
siatu in h-ttti from Ihh
store
MIIMM. I INI I m Ml M
sllirls
an Broad I >
..i.nn pad
. i
H
Wedge H" i
bin ihe iiiiiih i i -> PI
Attrartixe ,.....m
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II l-lll A I I Mill I 111 I 1
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l m ei i lad \- N
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colours l II. il
Know stun
white pal coagaa are huata prtorti]
\i -
pnd Bdwprl i haa
Sei.e V: ... I
Troplt >i
...i apaui a/BJ
t
In hol*)-proo( Arati h art

I HKISIMA.S t M IMIM
(KM Kh QLAB8W \BI. BKOh
I N I \RIHIN\\ \KI il.-:. i \.
l IKMIta. Time VOU nd i
ihange anyway and lb)
CottOfl K-.-in .hi- ''tilled wrlB
iii. wboai a i ;
PL '. M
thing again in ., omph
Pyrea (mcludea Cl kTd DhBa
remember. fiir Xm.i I' i |
mi. i.u. rthli
in be buMght individually. A-d
will th,.i.i Ms ..I the roe
Dish Coven are I1JS.
I >lrcBni*-ii itf .i I.i i
with firm mppOki ...
maiden/firm*
Ckuuuooettc...
Oiiulai .lii Ii I
preoiou^ art
apoknl i i
wamlerfti! I.....
wania real] Kn lift I
ana*la for \-i' In|
Genuine Ha!d< nfonn I
praaaremaile.inlv ii ihe I nhad
Stataaof raBMrfca.
Tnerat.a M*Mtg/&/M
(or avar) t)i.....
.;.;,:..:-... .:.:. V.-.-**-*
;I Slill I.....kin- lor ....
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Pi

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t i i cobi *, s*t/r: nMi:,
-l\l llll. sAVI i; i \ and
. I i FanjUHU TlUftoi \nraj-
tht Uni weigiit
Pariuaon Mm- all )>'
laad Tallorad tejuipgaaaH
Subeoll, Ma Idb a I ft IX PI
Manure LoacWn K.rtih.e. DU.
i,i.- pgoiweara A lUku.,
CnopCuliei logg himITi.'i i
able now with lull ''" y* end dl -
M'| engine, il |W| on I
ked by and an'd
by Courtagv Oarage, ph. 4*16
BOH N -US*! I'B.SfcMA ri'N
HRIBTMAS WOXMM Ol Mil-.
I M v. I in 'Jib
., Ilh einht
everywhere. rafnorUJ in. i
:.m.u Blaek M..i.i- lin, fa hi".
fa In i for home arwl kid h.
(II a llapla u. Ilnned end Ih"
.ireM-ntalioii l-i>. li.toie Inc
dpi agaaaallai pictun
yean HaraAj .i i-nt lo bu
tp I.IM I V '-. .. \ .1 lllll-t fa
Xmaa ami a all. A I '" b I O
Jd. dulributlon.
i.i\i\i:iii.4
i; TOILET .'ill \I" i
S Tl,rf.- Ibvetj Ii le i U. I
u( lUim dvllill.tlul '.>.i|t it. S
\ m dil> pliulif ronlaln '<
; ns x (.n i WORTH :
I HAVINii
i MEN like smart-patterned
shirts
Men certainly like nhirU of amort
"Tex-made" broadcloth' The
striking Duflerin i i^n'ii' with
their handsome slripeH on light or
dark background"! favouritea! So rool. and
comfortable, too.
And "Tex-mode" matfruiU ure
aitnple to sewthey drape easily
and handle effortlessly You'll like
the way they wash and iron . .
and the way the colours slay fast'
Ask for "Tex-mode" today Buy it
by iht; yard, and look at the
famous identification bands and
"Tex-mode" tag. They re your
guarantee of lop quality and
lasting wear
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r m.i i ii.ii i
-.1 NOAV AUVUCATt
SAF^BADOSiA AD\6CATE
suinl.iv DecSsssssSI II 1932
lutliisli ialisjilioii

- nlanl In the
i .
harmful.
i nceptiuns may
ihful thinking. Be-
industrialised
- r living stand-
--: -. In industnal-
" I .; Ibbll
is eoMhknd by
leads to higher
.andante and higbar opportunities
for employment than i, provided by agri-
cufture, the a : industrialisation
- upport. Because
cultural workers are

than fad eft is a political
i industrialisa-
'
..: :..
iion was only
"ip wealth and
explortsTl -mi- A-huh preceded
>. So far from
MM living
standards and aap i rater am-
rtunJUea, mechanisation and
. what is mean!
: I..
resented because of
the dislocation of labour and the temporary
wluch inevitably results
: numufBctUN rspsacs
old.
ill the miscon-
nptinm prevalent In the Caribbean about
tods) is (H-ihaps the mis-
conception that fad risa an treat pro
D ployment. Factor>* work
; ....; rawardlmj
to laboui as agricultural work. What de-
iparity "i an industry is the
amount ol -apital Invested and the quantity
Jitj of productivity aohtevad. There
'.it workers could ob-
tain as high n 'in agriculture
in whieh la lists I Bpttal had been invest-
ed as fi ii * in a manufacturing
Tiie woiid-wlda pn acoapati* n
today with the nect sit) o| producing more
fond to feed more people Pssn i
profit* may be made from
tural industries than from manufac-
. :
rve in.iustrialised and
continue Lo industrialise but not even In
and the United KitiguV m wl,< re
ery depi ndanl on Imported
food an pai eenl of work-
and othai
the United States industrial
form ii" mon U u i 1 par cent, of
the employed population. But In these
highly Industrialised countries there are
ma kei i an) I U i Iculture,
although the output m agriculture B>
1
The conclusion to be drawn is that the
"services" occupatiom employ tits greater
proportion of workers and it could not
' n that greater industrially.!-
lion than already exists in the Caribbean
'.tin the
i ipaUoni man would result
from increased exploitation ot agricultural
UrcSf Few persons
I Ktent to which the Caribbean
Mstnalised.
h ths percentane of workers em-
i Barbados in manufacture, crafts
and construction is 3Q< I as compared with
. ititure and 41"I in services
The Netherlands Antilles are highly ln-
evet have to recruit work*
Dutch territories. Jamaica
than half the manufactured
consumer goods sold in that island. And
to its sue. more In-
than Puerto
usual!: ha Dp I I shining
example I what the Caribbean should do.
U [ad of its de|>endence on the
American mainland for sale of its products
ceptj ni about industrialisation
here for aodo-
inisconceptioos
ibound about the nature and work*
ipital. The most naive views about
capital are widely held and the preoccupav
thi majority of Trade Unions m
the CanblH'an area during the last decade
en with the securing of greater
1 l profits Of private entel pi ISC
lint with the study ol the
|| ta) i*. the cn\einpmeilt of ;
approach to the subject
ation which docs not stress
that capital investment is

to the confused thinking

the i
I and $8,000 is required per
ry. This
-: 00.000 capital
to employ only
20 persona in a small new undert
prevalent n
about in n would be dispelled


fndustrjalissti 'nothing
(M' at eminent
action only but on the
quantity of capita thai prj
KLNOAI HU I MBfcK 14, 12
are willing to spend on *.he establishment
of factories in the Caribbean.
the prospects of in-
isatmn in I inbhcan
the experience of invest 11 from the [ft Ite I
Da in overs. a> i entries has not
I an atmospher.- avourable to in-
nt. And the ja; idlty with which
ha place in the
Caribbes mu 'i it nurj
comad m the region b> nal
tracts from theJltth ntiva which may
laments.
I Of Hi Itlah
I has left an im-
pression among would-be investors which
will not easily be removed for many years.
If, as seems likelv. the emphasis of the
Commonwealth countries and of the United
States is to be laid on the supply of capita]
t;un and the ex-
ploitation of raw materials and natural re-
sources, the competition for the available
capital anted by the lavtauni of
the more pro nttrlaa will be
severe and there is little likelihood of much
being risked in devcluj i'g secondary in-
dustries in Caribbean ir.irkets which are
already partially supplied with locally
manufactured products.
The only hope that the peoples of this
region might have been entitled to enter-
tain with respect to industrialisation is the
hope that well-establisl ed British indus-
considerablt r< kmvoss and high-
developad research tacilities might be
attracted to open branch factories in the
Caribbean. This hope may yet be realised
to a certain extent, but if the forecasts of
what the British industrial mission which
visited the West Indies recently prove to
be correct then even this hope may have to
be relinquished. The prospect of greater
Industrialisation leading to greater employ-
ment opportunities in ths British Carib-
bean is not bright, bill afl si ought
still to be made to make investors feel that
.1 he allowed to enjoy profits with-
out which there is no incentive to risk their
capital.
.Ships
THK West India Committee circular for
November 1952 reproduces a broadcast
talk made to the West Indies in the Colonial
Service of the BBC early last month.
The talk was made by Mr A. A. Shenfleld
formerly Economic Adviser to the Govern-
ment of Trinidad and Tobago. Mr. Shen-
fleld visited Barbados and other Eastern
Caribbean colonies in the summer of 1952
and has written a rep.it on the possibility
'rig up a new shipping service be-
tween the Eastern Caribbean group of
colonies.
The whole broadcast deserves notice
it sums up in very lucid words the
existing situation with regard to inter-
island communication and communications
between the islands and British Guiana.
But one particular eei telfGSJ deserves
especial attention at a time when West
Indian governments are on the way to dc-
rfnalty for or against federation. "If
the colonies federate" says Mr. Shenfleld
"they will fall apart again unless they have
good transport facilities within the federa-
tion." This is a statement which no one
will dispute but there has lately heen a
general tendency to forget the importance
which was attached to regular steamship
Communication when the early proposals
for closer association were put forward.
The impossibility of a political federation
without good transport facilities is ap-
parent as soon as stated and there is little
likelihood of the London conference over-
looking this need
But whether or not political federation
is to become a reality, the West Indies as
Mr. S lien field rightly states, still require a
shipping service.
But having stated the requirements Mr.
Shenfleld is not over enthusiastic about the
illity of fulfilling them without sub-
sidy. He takes a passing shot at the high
cost of working cargo at Waal Indian ports,
and lists praedial larceny, lack of skill and
enterprise In growing, grading and market-
ing produce as combining with lack of
adequate communications to keep the Lee-
ward and Windward islands from becom-
Ing suppliers Of bruit, vegetables and meat
for Trinidad. British Guiana and Barbados.
The nearest he comes to offering a solu-
Uon is in the suggestion that "if a sub-
1 .ei \ ice were used so to develop the
econODV of the area as to enable the sub-
sidy to be progressively reduced, it would
be worth while." Unfortunately he gives
us no hint as to what subsidy would Eh
quired
Bue he is outspokenly and refit
frank In warning that if an "unchanged
subsidy were accepted as a para
liability of the governments the service
would impoverish, not enrich the people."
Of that there can be no possible doubt It
is a fear which is very widespread in manv
connections throughout the Caribbean to-
day and accounts perhaps for more than
90 per cent, of the opposition to federation
in the area.
Vet without adequate communication by
ships how can federation succeed?
TLW Problem*
From M. at MacCOM, & NKWK1.L ROGERS
WASHINGTON.
THREE big dangers will face General
Eisenhower's Government when it takes
office in January. These are:
1. An air attack by the Reds in Korea, de-
Uvarad with such weight as to t! i
security of the UNO armies.
2. Ai invasion of Indo-China by strong
armies of Chinese Communists which would
jeopardise the French forces.
3. A Communist attempt to push Mossa-
deg aside and seize power in PH
It la more than coincidence that on the eve
of the Kisenhower-Truman talks a stream of
reports is flowing into Washington from "in-
formed sources" at the Tokyo headquarters
of General Mark Clark, Coramander-in-Chief
A M W Bl
Some two year* ago I
hat Is about the beat thing :r :
come* out of Barbadosnot for-
jetting sugar nd Test Match
cricketers, of course. I tee no
reason to qualifj my opinion. For
the life of me 1 cannot under*', nd
the a I tog* t her
...
odteallj in'.w...(.>,) ovai
un*iuminK little mag;./
<-an be the explanation? I cannot
find anv evidence that the editor,
or the contributor*, or i:
Or the printers. nre suffering from
swelled head or disputing dStaM
with Bacon to be a food a"
Shakespeare The editor. Frank
Collymore. does sometimes appe.ii
on the stage, to the very great
pleasure and ntlataeUoai ..f th#
rest of us. but off it he la one of
tag sssm lettflBaj Bsesjai In <
t^land. I should hve thought h
e*erved ent ur.,
wriergrtsa which i sect
ilns almot e|n*1*>hti
tead of helnf met with blasts of
lumallstlc fury.
Even ii the *.4ndard of Km
A-ere as low as we are occasion-
ally asked to believe^which it
'. :
tot see wuat all the fuss is about.
If people took the critic at all
tertously, we should have to con-
clude that no Barbadian, or West
Indian, whose work is not good
enough for high-ranking European
' .ni magazines is entitled
to appear in print at all 1
merely absurd. A young Barl.i-
n or Jitmaii-an will he pleased
jt gelling into Blsn. but f he thmK*
ip will thereforr immediately Ire
ecepUjd by Punch Of the satardav
livening Pas* he will soon discover
''is m stake. And in the meantime
ht mat not And it so eisy to get
ntuBtm. If Iks does not, the oheeti
nay !* uood for any Inelpknl
vanity; If he does. T eo no reasn
'o grudge him ihe encouraeem<-nt.
*n av case, all youne or old. Bar-
""Slllani with anv literir>' ambl-
'ions ought to have trv.
As a matter of fact Blm rsscnaf
i very croditable standard IndeStL
This magazine, launched I believe
through the enterprise of the
Y.M.P.C. has persevered till it
lttracts writers from all over the
West Indies and is known
hroughout the Caribbean. This is
not world -shaking famr. off OOUrtO
But the standard Is at least as good
s that of many minor magazines
n England, and m occasional
-ontributions reaches that of
r.aior. Blm has a definite plac
n the CariM**an scene, if OOlt
Nvause pml^hlv no other WSfl
'ndlan m.irazuie tlves so much
nace to h'>rt >'
Th new BlsnNo. K, the flr^t
if Vol. Vcontains nine shot
itories, Uirce artcles. seven poems,
i special feature and give reviews.
't is illustrated by five photograph*
ind a very pleasing black and
white lino cut fronts*!
Tnhn Harrison.
A. N. Fordo, Hair-Crown at
Christmas is a seasonable tale of
j fairly coinmun type, about i
rich Htle boy and a poor lltttfl
toy. with no special distinction 1"
interfere with its sentiment. Edgar
Vfittelholzer's robuster tale of a
"bristmas parly. CHilj a (ihost
We'll Need, embodies a clever
otion. and it does not m itter that
ve are left uncertain whether the
caudal was caused by ahost or
-v boat, It is marred. I think, by

H
i- not >et quite lust. It
phasls of
his effects and sometimes Into
stilted conversation
reminded of a del B'Ued

i k'jil
i' Stal English
.Lines more
I Austen than
kVs. St 11.
' m people nowadays say
S->m"one seems to
-ense of pro;| |
v. needs
to recapture the nati.:.
nt which
made Bud) n excellent novel of
Murnlns al Use OfSe#>
In \ line
( sbsbbI .me best story. 1 mink,
fta* Samuel tsstVon's i
in. Both are tales of Trinidad,
ii - ibta t.iat
iwayg in-ices a West Indian story
leap to life. N'
itiink. haN real ptithos. though, a*
to offtea in aeasant atoi la
.
luu uL.r 'You I I
She cnt so mu
m^n. Ley me carry you
danger of sllpp'ng Into sentimental
writing when the dialect is drop-
ped. Newton gives us one mag-
alieaat Trmuudian phrase of
r .t 1.1, bypnttssati
or sot if even tsrerte
hell roll, viiii 'topping m thi*
house."
Thenld Barnes. Ike Mittelh /er, had CstYi n Next-
l>r-Nei|hbour: here again I
.td somehow (..
more of it. For instance, it would
tsstp Um talO if we heard the first
girl's name called out from the
-i>r K.nl
Scaly s glimpse of New York, Cup
of Tea. very short, is bolh quaint
and vivid, wilh his usual energetic
and econom'cal pictorial effect,
he can make a picture which stopi
in the mind. J m Williams' ghov.
story is a fairly ordinal
. it might catch a North-
ern reader's eye by Itg V.'-
setting. John Wickhams "OlHst-
mas Is for Children" on Uie ottWT
hand is written with some dis-
tinction, hut I found the end con-
fused and its exaltation imper-
fect I v motivated. I liked I
en th" Bnlish Guisnese interio-
r-.-tter; an easy and excellent style
makes his traveller's tale vary
much more iiitresting than such
Ihings usually ore. Eula Pedhead
.\
stvlc in her anu
Islen -rvl Ihe Turtle
-iibbean fairy taltg Ilka
BSll lalypsonian
probably has mure punch and

:
cornmltting his iir^t n.. Pi
i it In racy and vital dla-
Iset (Uiglit now I so down that
lltd I same thing"). As
in ether c-noitnes. ih middle
class may be wiser and I
nobler than ttv
.ire very rarely
nythtng like wi interesting. The
naUerlal off doctor's or
tawyvjr'g life probably lies rather
In his work than in his home; but
artisan and peasant move
a!iv. in a World i
and farce. Many West Indian land
n lak- tbe.r
anffj un-
know
.htng i-
uie pliers going clip.
faring Oh God. Oh
1
! Ljum


the trouble with so mui
t rei-
er*s aitcntion. That is n
poem-.
Ulough he has a cert.
:
weight and pulse. So much mod-
D feel. ./uld bt
very miu it verbi
or any
at all. Gerald Mauley
Hopk
us unbrukc:i gUmptei; ne is not
The n adan
i
T s. Bl
will have to answer for
Us] Reavea when he faces ths
bards of passion and
demanding explanations L. E
BrattiwaHe, who ft^

Is a littli I .
does try to maki i
I suppose it does not n..
Geoffrey Dray ton s t.
Ihe Star. conUIn some
grave astronomical Im
cles and imposMbihiicv
poems. I thought, are I H
The Ace af (lu'ii.
Irt Letter It I-jmminir
OfpOCUIIy the latter. i
full of the age-old <
K
note of hope. Roach's Letter, a
real musie and passionate rhythm
In Kg mi-urnm*. gaarfl
those who rare f. R

ftg to sav these things.
When nt last that hsv.
rv-rvthinf. the hi
will he DUrSM to a Bi
and we can move forward.
Collymore's peolsl
to D of his ItarUid an Glossary, Is
ro fascinating that ii '. i
review off it own. All Bajans
should rea discuss it in the
-oiumns off the 'Advocate' i
rison's account of Nigen.i
\ag, Ni
perfect and la
'Very bi: an inter-
esting review of the [ndon per-
formance of Derek Walcotl's
"Henri Christophe"a failure on
the radio, a success on the stage
The cnt'isms off Bim.
nt above, if other materil
made a great point of
attacking the rover: now 1 liked
been intimidated Into mak.ng a
change. May I
.. .
people ail the tin e
that the iv

Bim is It.irli.Lii.in effort dUg
i ird work of n publu-
ptrtted BssTbacUan, it i> a
lo be proud of. und H
Ilarbadians who do not
buy Bim. i ; BaitkBttttsno who rl i
not turn out to watch U
dian elwen against Trinidad or
led as n
the i-dand.
A D-s.
Education I osiv, Aloney
VBRYONI knows that aduca-
.iun is in great dcniuni in Ikirba-
jos. What is uneert in i> the kind
>f education that Is wanted. Per-
iapf it would not t wrong to
i-ggest in the abeeBX of statist'-
al information to inc contrary
hat all parents want then cbil-
bran tdveated be
hem lo have littler o| oortunities
in life than tluv ttkBBaWVei POO-
essed. There is notlung new
ibout this desire. What Is new is
bs W ifa to have this education for
'heir children provided free at n oat lo thee a elsmour
for increased expenditure on edu-
ation will only subsiite when the
eople understand that education
-an never be provided free. Seme-
me baa to pay for the erection
'nd maintenance of school bui'd-
ingi ihe provision of deal
'hairs, scnoolbooks. tea.
ill the other incidentals
necessary for the funit,
i school. Someone does |
point is who- At first si^h- Iho
; : t.
Government p.t\
It does aim n doesn't.
TTie Government unlike a BTi-
ratg iu- :.-- eoaxern gets lu
income not from profits on ser-
vices rendered to ihe community
out almost exclusively from tax-
ation, customs and exp-
and profits on govern-
ment property or mm.
The Waterworks, ihe l*t( Office
ind the Natural Gas Corporation
it InslanctS of government earn-
ng actlviUes even though the
earnings may not be as great as
the expenditure on undertakings.
The amount that the government
.pends on education COCO*
the total government p |
the year or from available, special
loan funds If the government
BBSssdl I gre .t
there will be lev.- left to pay for
civ:l erVSntS, the hosptal and
medical - he many
other expenditure* which are
voted every year when the Estim-
ites are laid be .'ore the l ture.
But supposing U
menl off Barhudus were lo allot
c than the present
lonal ex-
l*ndilure. oducab
not be free. The people would
still be paying for it either di-
rectly as taxpayers oi
through customs duties, rum tax.
ma tax, pelrol tax or some
Otfa r taxes still to be Imposed.
I'lded free is nonsensical The
people pay for every new-
built: and although *oi .
pay a great deal more than others.
DO one who bai
pend who does not contribute
ll> .niroi Hiii.li
towards the cost of Sdoeai
spending it The ii Bl
i myth. What is not
myth, but stark reality is the rap.
idly increasing number of chil-
dren for whom education must be
provided. Before sucsasttal what
action might be taken to provide
cilueation for thato inereaging
numbers of children (without in-
tiigh per-
Centaga of government tag hV-
enue spent on education) some
other factors desire attention.
Pint, throughout Ihe Caribbean
area the cost to governments ol
duration baa increased bv at
least six times during the last fif-
teen years. Allowing for depre-
ciation off money during the i-i i
sM in con-
aojuetta oi nil. taod I xpendit.ir'
i ..\e been ex)
Wtween two and three times what
be/ore the last war. It
is noteworthy too that whereas the
average cost per head of popula-
tion throughout the Brit
bean region m 19.11 I
head of population. Barbados ex-
ceeded Trinidad' expenditure of
S10 per head by half ..
Secondly, the percentage of gov-
aransenl tax revenue spent on
does not represent
the total expenditure In Bar-
bados on education A fraction
the .: .
'niiiistTitlve staff u h
as thi- Secretariat Treasury, Au-
dit Public Wo
strictly speaking, to be charged
against education The ajovet
expenditure on education would
also have to be noticeably In-
creased or the educational facili-
ties of the uland would be severe-
ly re-tm ;,-,! ,f th. rr were no pri-
vate or denominational schools.
Suppose, for example, the St-
ftsatrlcks Elementary Parish
ssehaol wan forced to shut down
for lack of fund.. What would
this mean to the island education-
ally It would mean that parjrn'.s
->f 800 Bai
would not have
wh.ch their children eouli
*t would Mo of the
poorest children who receive one
free cooked meal da.l
term tin I hi.
Hubbard's dog. cet none I have
: iblk'l at-
tention ti. fact I
llarbadot only pays a
lontnbulion of $720 a year
towards the upkeep of . .
which in my opinion offers a bea-
con light thn1 ha* to bo followed
If the rising gene
ceive education without bank-
rupting the treasury
their parents and grandparents
beyond thr;r abilities lo
Assistance t o enterpriaing
schools like the St. Patricks I ar-
ish school m Jgo
obvious and r..i. t.. wg i I
tackling the pressure on school
which will result from the In-
number o f childn
wanting education.
i lutboriUea kno
that in the dCM
i entary school populaiit

by H per mil. in ll.
I .ii By 196)
mated that tho
average I- '
badian elementary schooU
have risen to 40,000 from the
26.000 estimated for 1951. Th
direct current costs to BOvaro
men! for elementary educaiint
have also been estimated. They
are 2 2 million as compared
ited $1.2 million In
1951. The full costs A
a if all expenditure al-
lotted to education is included
would approximate more near-
ly to $1.0 million in 1951 and to
$2.7 million In 1M1.
It must be noted that no allow-
ig lieen made in these
I f i if-
training at elementary levels:
nor has any mention been made
of secondary, technical, higher or
adult education Thite
rase for arguing thai Barbados
has great need of technical and
adult educational facilities The
. however
is that unless cduciti"
tattoos are reduced or. I
efforts made to provide an edu-
cation, more in keeping with the
srtual resources if tha island and
with its potential level of pro-
luCttvtty, then either more of j
runent tax rc\.
hate to be diverted to
or taxation will have to rise
may be
rtalised by reflection 0O I I I
that it has been estimated that
to spend 22J per cent off tax
1W1. tho
UM would
require a tax revenue of $20
m.llion.
a in the
current estimates was $12-390.194.
The Important facts which stand
ill but th> blind
tlon is never
tra-
in the country
vided
way w oufd LI
thinking in terms of as-
approved :,K 0| ,he
school entrance l|
rat ol

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SUNDAY. DIXE.MBtK U. l2
F.ndtng littler *Im to vrtie
about 01 Si. Jaoo. Lijo <*....
la dtaruM the Uauiy of
the u'wnm he /ound rhrrr
M M)\ \l\in III
MM
and WtM him
b*fU'n two bi
Iirti brantt.'ul titferj.
1/ to a hor$e
idlri of I
1 ha;.
If.
H
ihr afternoon
and WBt aboard, when-
A TRUE .v EXACT
HISTORY
Of the Ifland of
BARBADOES.
ihm.i is or rm: m \
By RICHARD L1C0N, Gem.
we remained three or fuur d-
About thu time some poaoon-
iet of the brojghl oriough linen to change.
desired leave to go ashore and
look divers women .,Umt with
them to wash their linen. But
(it seemed) the Portugese and
Negroes, too, found them hand-
some and fit for their turns, and
were a little rude. I cannot soy
ravished them, fop the majority
of them had been taken from
Bndewel, Turnball Stre*t and
men place* of education and so
' iK-tter natured than to
sutler such violence. Yet. com- proper men I a*Y gad ^ gaft
plaints were made when they as hamlsomelv clothed. Their. ,n it7man
came aboard, both of such abuse* aa,nnanti wara nude with much . Barbad
and the stealing of their linen, ait. ind ail seemed to be made They &*'
But they gave the place so by the tailor. The coverings
much praise that we were all tftclr head* won not
desirous to see it, for. after the helnie ., of blue
rain, the place grew more beau- striped silk, some
ilful e.ich duy with the budding yellow, others of other sorts of
of new fruit and flowers. This colours. But all of one fashim
was the volley on the left,side Their doublet* close to the:
of hill, which was more hodic* with caslock* made c
spacious and beautiful than that the fashion of tat Kings guard;
on the right where the Padre loose sleeves which come to their
dwelt. The next day a dozen' elbows, but large and gathered
Edward Low: Jekyll And
Hyde Of The Seas

*hlch
AH I
even or eighi
ol wMch ora .arrtaa
% and plant.-
and
.ibund'antl'v". and 'h,\> ca" lhem
llUka there the St. lago ""*'
and whilu ,i a beautiful but 00*
I-.ut.v and (lower. ..
From these wo.nl- ol ploaaam
trees, we saw many b
some OM
the faired ami most
colours that can be imagined in
Nature. Others whose colours and
shapes come short of thaat, did
men of our company resolved to so as to tit loose bon that] armajao excel in f,wcc,m"'*..alJ'; _i_I
*o and see this much odmu-ud with four large iklrts raochlog n.-s of voice. ; s our nian,
valley, and when our sailors with down to the middle of' their1 In England, are
their long boat went to fetch thighs. TtaaM <
water, (as they daily did) we nt colour from their suits,
went along with them and Their breeches were indifferently
londed there in as high going large, coming down baj
billows as I have ever wn so knee nnd the upper |nrt s.i
near the Ui\d Much ado we *i"unlit with whalebones withm
had to be carried to land, though as to keep them noil
we were on men's backs. Yet touching their backs;
the grapple came as near the heat, which they wi
shore as they durst bring it, for troubled with,
it would bulge against the
bottom. UP?" **** ?*
No aooner
than the
accompanied Dy one soiaier. ..... -~- "r ,----------..... . .
came towards us at a slow-the most port, though some were *ow'n ,hl.'1(|J,c a( the
normal pace, and desired to *hlte. but very few black. Their wr\^ flfwc,,
speak with one of u alone, weapons, as swords, pistols, mus. watt
Colonel Modiford. being the kc,s- P"4** and partisans wtn
chief man In the Company, went **1 very bright and worn come-
with an Interpreter to meet him. V nd Kracefull... This argued
When he reached speaking dis- decency in the Commander, as
anna,.
their1"1 q""i ..........
a" cUflCT-. '"<"" of 80. *W I <**.
But in variety of tunes, our birds
are beyond them, for in that they
i.ri defciii\<
[n this valley of pleasure.

nwched with our auard. fair and
softly, nearly a quartei ..I I mile.
before 010) came to the much
*Aon praised fountain (ran .
The circle of
m this was about 60 feet, the
heii di.imetei about
from
avoid
tdwat.i 1 ihe par-
ish of Waatl
seas una< I '

kind but. od.il>
married men'
a psychiatrist if he ha.1 I
Ing today, but as it was he jus*
roamed ;.;
In his heart. Perhaps it *a his

Mains) hu
Ha u. b1 i a -> in i.nl> ap
but on one of his visits
Boston rw ittached to
h'- toot n thai
I ii .I'tn scdi
.:
at the shipyard Id lovi

thru Itrst ohUd dttd
birtn. Hut more troubli
oru 1
lived, but itau wife
died.
It seems that Eliza's d>
, for Lo -
behuviotit
at the shl|
until hi- instigated a mill
lOgWOOd Sfhoon':
srrvine. si Ml pirati-
Ru-tI ji-.i KiiImtu
---------- Upon their legs WO] wore this was ow-u. .-..
oner were Wa landed1'1'"*""0' tt caloui thai **** ^u\/f Iwl
"coWn^of the cSS " >* ~* fig** Pfgml to the U a**. Well,
lied by one tidier Thr jhoet, g^J* B^Tl ^ ^
thatr awful Kapacl

tancc. he desired to know hi.
pleasures and this is what he '"^''-iuv
toM him I Being now under gu;
He said that he underftood maixhcd lnl Jn" '
that divers of our women were"" ,no* delightful pUcaa 1 h..-.e
..xhora the day before and had VVPr fVV"- fo1 ^f1 """, n*h
received some injury from thel,", ,loftv t,: ''Kp }he Plmato.
oeople of the island, and it was' IO'ral- cocua. cedar- l,,CU81' m*ar
conceived that we were caw,Uck- inangTOVe. bully, redwow^
armed to lake revenfe on those' PwWed yellow wood. cotf.-.-. n>-
who had done the affront HeituU' ca,abi,sh' cherry, (ig, whose
therefore advised us either to nodlcs arc laraja enough for
make a speedy return to the'"1*"1- Citrons, custard apple,
bont that had brought us or to. *"**" niacovv. clpret. oranges.
send back our swords and pistols lnna, lmf. '
nnd commit ourselves to his olto' Pickled appV
proteclion. And, if those fas- P****' 1*-"5*w,4-21^
struetions were not presently put my * accounted
into acUon. we should In a very a ^ood P6"
^ho^t time have our throats cut.
had
The spring itself, not so much
n ba pralaad Foi tha e<
of the taste, though clear enough,
as for the Nyr ;
thog. Po ' ',''1 **
watching the sailer- till their
casks and contempbtmi! the poey
. ., ....... .;...,...-.,
iing Negro virgin! play-
ing about the well. Anumgot them
aapaclally. "' two who came
,|(,Uii ..nt ol with a
natural pitcher, u calabash upon
their arm, to fetch water from
this fountain. Craaturaa of such
Shapes as would havo puzzled
Albert Durer. the greal master Of
proportion, but to I ivo imitated;
,nd Tttlon i v rea de Barta
for ooftaea and inuscles andt
pn.kled curiosity of colouring, though wlUl
nd more [a studied dOlgei t; and a love
ood. and yetjboth to the parly and the work.
than bearing -----------------
virgins
We told him. that
intention of revenge for any
wrong doing, and that the only
cause for our landing was to
ic the beauty of the place we
had heard so much of from our
people who bud been ashore ami
who had given a very large tes-
timony both ot the pleasantness
and fruitfulness our visit was out of love, both
for the place and the people. As r*
for sending our weapons back to
the boat, we desired his pardon,
for the reason that the Ullowi
were so very high at the time,
we could not send them to the
boat without the!
In sea water and thai would
spoil them. Since most of them
were rich swords and pistols, we
arara loath to bam thw haaiilji
covered with rust which the sajl
water would cause. Wa in-
ferred that one of his soldiers
stayed with one of our men and
keep them safe till our return.
He was content to do this and
we committed ourselves to his
protection. He put a guard of
10 soldiers upon us. part Portu-
gese and port Negro; the most
part of either kind -is the most
.-xccllcnt fruit T'' "*P'* '
Then there is a leaser amount ol Nature and P
Of the sort that bear the rarest jWJga ad f"
fruit, and whose bj.es cannot *"'
ba oceompted wood as the -"' "......
plantain, pine, banana, melon, >". ,m''' "" "f" .,
b>' reason they can never make g J >(> wgm|d no, u.
win. Ince (bay bava ,c to express the outaranea
and so by that means they can ^SLT.S^St moaa of north
. 1 ID 'nine,
were excel-
i.re the
al (
At first he oal]
under his command and a small
boat, but hi* "i i.
and within a short llmi
one of the most feared pirates In

ate" training he got from an old
ptrataOaorga Lowthar, with whom
W partnership i
months.
Klivsel A.- Itol.erls
Low's sympathy foi married
d no doubt they deserve
It sometimesIs shown by the
the time -hen L- captured
.i i : rt :ii.-
Niebolaa. he was cruising In com-
pany With anothOl pnate called
tSBpt Hussel Roberts was
arnught altoard LoW*l
because he OfM wall
with Brailllaa b
pirates wanted to cruise lhay i>e-
Kan W ui^ li^^ ..
bould take him
along with them. Low. bowavfl
asked Ho: ppanad to
my chlldran Tha marehant skip-
per answcrr.i thai I
' i
i hUdran wl
i a bin i eamc
from hnmi. Thi
whether
i tU-provldi t f
Habits rapUad thai ha had lafi
her In rat)
and if "'
poorly, i! tun might
child w..s then Uvtng In Boatoti
. .o.i 'I' v i
pol :> Hussel".

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I when delighted In hanging
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ip toga that
one is graan, bata
nome ,, tU^wWch Afn.a; as of Kor. to, OjgJ,
eason will ever hold thai Ml I .. ^'(h.
vine can be made on Island Dptl U M
Ah.[ than ' or with- dweii near
twanb | I 'he iii
etthar lafat.
I have heiird thai wln<
""" r,"'^|in the East Indies within less
being djpped|,hnn fl|tMin dpErrt.a , j, ol
thc Palm tree, out of which body
they draw both wine and oil.
which will not keep more than
a day; but no wine of Krapes for
the reason aforesaid.
Other kinds of ties--- wa found
good to smell were Myrtle, Jas-
mine, Tamarind, a tree some-
what of that size bearini. < ix-auti-
fill flower. The first half next the
stalk, of B deep yellow M gald
eoiodr, the other par! bang
I .. run aVorUrt, it i>
shaped like ;i carnation ami when
the flowers fulls off, there grows
i .
'
thaa i
! .* gge are compose-
or the
ment of the best painters, to un-
darta a to n and
Wanton, as the soil that bre-l
t. ;h v fed
on; for having come so ne r, as
linn tnotloni and grac
perfi-itlv i-- (Iiscemad, I gii'-ssed
that nature could not. art* out
help of art. frame such ICCOCB-
not only of
favour, but
hlghaal pan of
i n
If dancing had been in fashion
on this island. 1 might have been
on pae II
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if a ihl
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ship, it.
h .t he only
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SI'VDAY. DFX EMBER 14. 152
in...,,,;. Story. VIII
Im I III \ Oil VALE
Why Is Sprint Cycling Dull?
Apparently the note o> *
I finished la*t 8unda> i- ""
preclude* my writing >>- * '
ming only to-dar 1 tiieief.....
have no alternative bul to further
elucidate why I tinnk I
iV. Uke the l '" ''
i vent Is 'h. we
n any fui '
J said 1 wouii n
to see it and thert- muit tic many
::.ore people liar me judgine from
rue paun'v In numbers of the at-
.cn Helsinki Now
^porting ever.t
it is generall- thi
ring- an all -
competitors which is enjoyed the
m K. One gee* to a boxing match
( M fighters do not ml* i*.
4p ..nd tlnt-h the nht either on
noor or nearly louefclni It.
JIM one goes away feeling that
one hat not h&d une's money a
worth.
One guaa to a horse iace and
if the pace is not turned on in
full force from the beginning
then It !<-. rtlll the dis-
tiiu'l feeling that i
horse has not won. Mdny year*
ago horsf I iljna i*w
.i leisurely canlei In tl
stages and .'. iddei u urry aver
the laat i> or twu furlong*
Happily A
changed all thi>. and n
an now rldum ..; .i fan clip
from beglnntm: to end
In tot track mKi la dfelottoftj
.vhere aurelv mm > aa
:i.*iiigent aiun... - Ki t.
. >uld be expected to toad tin
.'ay. do we eat Lhasa slouching
liound the track .md then all
-king a mash for the tape* ,n
.he laat 50 yard*" Certainly not.
The day of the runner who hi I
<-inething in rcaarve in the 400
n.etrea has long passed god day
<>y day the stylo of running at
th* longer distances ha* changed
o that to-day even in -
. 11wed ii concentrated on from
the very beginning.
Of court* no one with knowl-
edge of racing of any kind, even
::.OlOr rut ami IDotOT t> I
will deny the value of nuking a
.print at th* psychological mo-
ment when one haa one's rivals
.it a disadvantage But the ten-
dency to-day u aiwaya to have
whatever gan you are playing,
going at a mw*iabl> M
liom the beginning. It la only by
'Ida method thai ui.e cm tually
find out arbo .. bj
In cycling. .ip| "-ntly, gjl this
i. different. Wh tins form of
..port should be dtl n fi
other la partieulatly baffling to
me. Frankly I %ee rtfl reason for
It.
It it a* if the crcliiU have
igreed that it is tli.pkl to ride
tait paff anything but l a l. 11
hundred yards, and In fact, th*v
..merimes rid* at if the laat 20
would suit them just as well.
.N'othing could be more conducive
i- the worst man winning an
event Instead of the best.
But unless I ii rule* are
KfcN FAENUal on tfea track at the Velodrome in Helsinki. Behind
Mm U toe Uep slope of th* banking at an angle of 1^ dgrtea.
rhmigeu it m*uli gMsafM r ..;
sprint cycling is ft-ievei dotMied
to ie a dull affair. In H
raOBg in whi.h th
pistol .-racked and the i
barmy moved froni tin
Una within the i\r-t i.di rtdnDti
r like .i trfKi|> ol
parfegmliig kBrdatoi halennlai at
tl >iaiiin|t line euch rafuslng lo
lie the nt*t man to go ..ft In froni
On* uf them; I think it was the
' actual-
ly went lMi>k .i fr.ii \i.m ,,f .ii.
ktafti a/Mla balani Ing \- tar ai
l m> I nut
lO UW t,:,,- Jn f ,,
doing this aort of thing and to
fry it i, as moil ridiculous
* a race could pu*il.lv
take half |R hum rnuir.
riu .nai e| lad 1.000 metre
Ml,l M4S , .,.
'' """* a> 1 have
Uonel Cx of Australia. m )y
ave been the
houid
ii.mi In

three of 1 in lad ..i
Srai foil
.- u( the
.
lo be i ei. trod a crnrl i- u,
lb
n '- nm lap in*; a half i
l
Id the ln.nl nut M aj
r*yfu td i luaUy In-
*
1
tB ill had a lot
'ssed the
lip* f"i- Hi* U I ire- (the
which is
n i
i go ail out I began lo
,i IM) <\<- would
itjHod the
i i um lap tullg axtcpded

on the linking ,md Cox faced
v -h the
Hep Iwnlung -
um I th.
k. UM lattai
r. arw and of euoiae Ol I
B
he lace wltli ..
i r .. <*iun. .
e*J ..f the
I could
no at*p tnwkPig ,4 '
'
and achad*. aa 1 aloud
Incidentally the
a good
Udg la nut
'g.
MMlem lac* which u wer
nun iiiim it eaaacb a repvti-
l(w same tactn ajgci pi
i ial um may se* an addflttonal
1 M ' ItVO ifil'iaprrsad with
tie furthei period* of rrwlm
l im Time Trial, which la a race
be dock, and th* 4.000
, .....ire the only,
iw* evanta In which one can see
"lit mad* at sustained
-"-<. IJul in the Time Trial each
BBBG ndea by himself whih m tha
< am Periuil. the two teams in
h heat atari on opposite aides
;>rk and the one which
mi, th* tagMgf time wins. Oc-
> Mlonally mm team catches up
aasMa the other bin this
uftar the flrtt



A 1 M II they
ppan to them.
i Ml.die j timc
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lUtomaticaUy dla-
thg whole distance
f rtdfra going |
on u> the latter heals and the ,
linal. That would mean all inters
.' life the raataat times h
neati would qualify for
the second round, instead of
a**bag the llrsl two or three in
cell he.it. m the case may be.
Uut unle-s .he uutnuiities do
lever expect to
< we saw in Helsinki, except the'
Games are held mi tamg weti
cWlatnly It Aua>-
1 > i' will be DO moie peo-
> linn than (here
I And there tht
00 Ugger than we aee
in averagja tootball match
ngton.
The Suimming
i o. unfl back an th* oottTe
ril in IMainki I cannot
inuinents
' pi M at th.- swim-
adlum. Tlie Nyoui and
llnga of the whole place
e b**n arranged by
i intects with a divided tuire for
making the most out uf natur*.
was. ,l. the only place where
a large i~.i-.hu of water
I bhM eg the sea* In mi* part
"1 I he world. I'erhopc that was
wh'' r i.lc me feel so at horn*.
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congested feelings, at the same time soothing
the nerves and countctacting depression.
The aches and pains of 'Mil disappear in
no time. PHENSIC tablets act quickly
and safely. They nciihcr harm the heart
nor upset the stomach. Keep a supply of
PHENSIC tablets by you always.
I^fcagt m TWO TABLETS
trhenstc -wri
i FOR FLU, COLDS & CHILLS, RHEUMATIC PAINS, i
^LUMBAGO. NERVE PAINS, HEADACHES, NEURALGIAV
M\ll'4
CARIB FOR F^^LTH *& STRENGTH i
CAR1B FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK
AND OF COURSE
CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS


si sun im i tIBER II |KJ
M M\V \HV.K \TI
PAOI I i II -
OLYMPIC
STOP>
'ram pac- 10
The pool, like Um
StaUum, waj
the 1940 game* whi
MOM off. and was situated .-n *
full jut behind
trees MUTOUDdOd '
more the look
with 011111
mcfl which neat
one just fi>r prractafing
ozone and one could he
rrand stand in i
It was also bMlOt
Una was what i
with some wild
friends of mine who told the
attendant.* they were
tors and went swimming one
evening after f:
il not for
would have joined ihei
An advantage wl
mm* events had ovr
others .i Hh I
longer hours than th-
anjrwhen
persons of H.R.H.
EdlnsburKh, The
Prince Bernhard of :
lands ami his Iwi
ters the Imtili Pi llti I I I
Edinburgh,
attracted much .;.
the fairer sex not only .it the
Swimming Stadium. i>ut
whara-tn
The Bret ml to the
WtBUBlnsj 1 found U3
rangements lot V I
more like what I
Cycling. although we
have as miwh frai
DftMVtr 1
,.-
I found myself fa
mixture of Frei
and members of Iha l
swimming lean-. At.
.
Blanker*-K>en honelf,
after her sensational
the women's b U
seemed quite happy
dentally looked quit*
Just behind my seat was the
radio booth with bra
from all OTOJI
thai I
my nirpi :
nuuiu.it calling (ha i
Indies. I then ;.
descriptiur.
ining events and the
The 11 n t
wtnunlng I saw ftnal of lha
men's Spring Boat
one or two h. ita I
metres. 1 i final of
lhe Ico !! '>
I had to choose batwei
lag this Of soma of the rcllng.
The Spring B.....tl
thought was \iiy pel
J did not know
In store for DM I
might have thougl I it Uine.
D. G. "Skip|)\ B I
ed to be
aaw him do h i divoi i Quito
undo*stood n f l lyliody sit-
ting around thought
.
!-.!.
I could not I
thought thai Juan C
Mexico did gl
better than Anderson and Clot-
worthy both of iha
though Ihey cant*
third.
Next I saw I he i
Fruuhashi of Japan win his
1,500 metie DM1
was struck with hit
style. I have comment!
before in my datpatchw but it Is
worthy of note laeond time in
as much as Furuhashi
hailed .is
by future generations. Fran 'he
first 1 saw of him I
see how anybody could hone to
copy him. His
unique as Zit prt
running.
Gardeoiiif Hint*
Far Xmalturs
tarn m z
brc..k the gen-
e to the
ma garden books

.
Bui if this
..viilaule. buildrr*
i r< bajng slacked
.. Us* air) by add-
uxL This
I of course be added
j.Untlng u
\\
it best to he ip it thn-
' .

C linage ' '
for carnationa, mm if ihe bed is
at all inclined to be t i
Im' of tooken crocks and large
uld be burled deep
ora the carnation* are
to be planted in order to give the
to drain away.
Tlantinu Out
Lion seedlings should Ik*
bad i <
along the border, or ccii
of room
root apart.
when doing this job.
ink the little plants any
thaj war*
in the box. or the stems may rot.
Maintenance
After the seedlings have !*-
:; rooted In the bed.
keep the l>ed well forked, but
care must be taken not to break
the surface any deeper than n
i r mjurj to the
Canyruord Bo not require a
.ind if manure is added
during growth, it aruiuld
!- 111 the form .if liquid manure.
.isily made by
:.-...king a bag of horse or cow
manure In water for two davs
water Is the palest yel-
' water Is also very
I and can be prepared in
wgjr<
Staking The Carnations
WCamtrj for the
plants, as otherwise
- : a
the plant to the ground and the
)>oilt.
tbjii out
'. htch gen-
i
I two fa o giving

"'mi.
Ligon's History
A Pretty Face
9 I mm Page <
1' i ' 11! tbt K
a plait
And wht dome In
D. lit i
t. her father-In-
l:- In Korea
indoors
as well gj
C^Mpftklu
1 H handy
....
.vi -in-i.iw nut
rice, until
i
.1 In' no kinn l.i.
i dish in
Ken !' of i
di lad ii-h. rii !
pepper; the Whole mixture
* hen pot,
- and then buried un-
montha.
But in -other things OHM
if humour for Instance the
two Hi Ba oni wfl] I
have much in common.
And bacause of the aider Mrs.
I uman ttUtuda to her
daughter-1- I lha will

by SO!.:.
d -:udkod thear' I
lha 1
the belt the I'land afro

ttrtbuh
Innoeal and .
their ages about fifteen

*ui. with all II*
M it good ti
find out whel > i
language would I
harmonious. a their Othl
B help of
a genuVn


:ind manner of
were extremely pretty. 1
not shinn as the Negro.
placoi 1 have P. usH
liiad-.; nor in quait.
I
i.ditulou- '
:
m
la h.r.i their shortens .
natural curl
Wyeri and VtlfleJJ
On the Mdea ol
Of II


. .
i that grow thi
hung wttfi
and arms adorned with
i n
., i
slow on them. For, th>>
negroes and wear uiion
dam, which ks
'
tala of .i spo) n
..
rnxt to then linei,
w hich reached to their n
and upon that a
.' i with ft :li.- i. -Ii-
right shoulder. Thi-
the left arm and hunc .i
i mi
peltlcoatt, so that u groat part ol
the natural l>eauty oi :i
l to view.
.ii. ir braoati rovnd nnn and
beautifully shaped.
Upon my addresse- to ti
pn ared a littii
whisper.d | hut had
'
I had in DU ha1
ibbon which I
thirl their will
darted to. Uui then
would not give th<
.isk. I took it .hit and idH
i
with much : in turn
drank to 00 .< altll In
fountain.
... tr .i wanton
r I :.
uung ol tin.r i." I wards me.
Whan they thougl
lirened enough th<
their countenances and put Ihem-

Hut we had bro
bottl) | i En tllah irlta with us
..mi 1 i. lad for I a to drink ..
health toth
I gave It |0
nellad IL Kni'iing it too strong
I - a of
it Into DM id tliui calabashes.
Than thaj
make it cool enough for their pal-
ates. Tht]
Id not give them tha eon-
lidence to
itotlona, bowi 11
that thi N not
I


In so public a plac
I tho at i had been sumac ti>
armed w .th the ptrfectioi U
.n the i kdre'i ml b
free Iron the darts of any otln-r
I that place in so short .
It I found the differ*!*
oung, fresh beauty arui
those that arc made up with tin.
'.. whirl:
for thou^-i and per-
suade our krvea; foung beauty

Uon In fact, had not
gaaj fixed fast rti m>

Lag v
i

I equally
I'.xt'd upon
II must be
argued thi
hat bottle

i him to
with inv
two mii n my two



v but i
*-

aver find two such par-

.. ;
"-

twmt i this ba
h. rmli
us whan we cam* on land u wa


age thai ..

. do whfl beauty
irgumant


which art.
colour, f.r.

liem with
.
.\r\T I

....
r.tiful. SO
hlgheal oV grac
.
. -. the place being
t\
could not
....
:. i Mrafori i i- pe
>nU will .
.
But. tht ol this. Is.
I bad little
..i. in*.;.
iffora nia h
m havi "!
Which they
ratta. And. like-
(lent shapes
1
II.em (without special lii.nni

n |--l them
I n not, hav-
td | Um
Metmit I
Ind in--.i ;
he would
mawhai of
thi
I
r
on to us was
th.it the forts and l"""-
tither siii.' o' the Pry, on which
. .. . ol "i d"

tend thai
Bjf were nellh'r regul.n
gun DI la*~ 0
lonrj Hth took Bui-
. ilh.
.
. the I' "'re.

In the bot-



...

reached

i! manufac-
tures were practised than
gk On Vat \f.
WUI,,,
iftVlNG's
%
HOW MANY GLASSES
v^
YEASTVITE
The Only Pain Reliever
containing Vitamin B,
II I tromaC.-ld,
Kcm I'air.
tart takicifc i I am \\\\
Tablets AI I \
J si ibe iiffcren^r H
^ rPasa.Cald,
o< i hill mnpcocni will ajBKMj
disar-pc'i. sod .I'll tccl mm
to much tvnrr
M. I -fs YO*Jk P*4N
MM1 \uawiu
HEADACHES (m
NERVE PAINS )"*'
C0L0S. CHILIS J,
and )

"" {R
ir.g Baal like
. t h djM
ii rellavei
SO coanaM
Vuamin Hi
tueprj .>(
. ,. rabscn
11\M\ Ihr
ii\i ouict re
better, too:
YEASTVITE
IN THE WEST INDIES MEN WEAR
UiOYGASML
linen, the
man's
fabric
~' '
The qi'arii'r POOND iin intcreM to (boM who take g biarive ogtlj
octaatmaJfy, to tbon wbodo .1 lotoC tjavelUng,
ROd 10 tfaON Who would like tO Irv this fuDOUg
enuvueeni foi .1 vtty nodertos initial outlay.
ThaOfc Di it' 1 it teen gkaasal of sparklni
AnJrcws (mm the uujrtcr-ix>unl tin Hen KOttOAy'
hot*! mIuc1 Here'- h
! "-* Abo available in Egg Ignjgj tanaarj h
pomd M/c.
Andrew
LIVER SALT
THE IDEAL FORM OF LAXATI
li Igilon lie.nnihiHv. 1
an) Hyk -irKl i> idaaj l"i
Iomii.i1 evening wen Pure,
. ii . i. atting 'Mo;
linen keeps \im i OOl ami nlnl
i ni In the tropji .l Bmate "( die
\\, [| diaj Waajhabtt udcoloui
I.l'l. It 1,111 J-l In "III.
I will- range oi i nlotin and h ' tei
wi ajjhtj 1 c>t in.. ugl .
iHOYG/l$ML
A. S. HrMl.n I S.n (Itailia.lo-.) I.I.I.
Solf* Urn bnb I
Sanmiaa a so.i lid, uDfH.AK.tnN ... naoax, >Kinmv urn
,M. IDNDOa i
(K
WHY AS PROHAS A SPECIAL
APPEAL FOR WOMEN
BICY.
TPADEI" [H, 01! TtBHS REPAIRS
Our Bicycle Dopartment Is now
at ycir servl'io: we can handle*
repairs to all makes and trade
In your bUc atf-Unat :i new one
on terms... Its as easy as ABC
A. BARNES & CO.. LTD.
iimuiiiiiiiuni
The modern wonuo. living ti iha
4 dernmdi TRUE relief whanavar pun
contei. She rnuii hs*aa ealn-ralis'ar
which noi onlf sets qalchlj/ but doaa
not have lif-etcti which preaat
ner Irom folnj sbooi ihinfi u usual
harmful sfier-eflecu such u dtal-
deprawlon. or "ilowinf ug- "
Thai it hr 'ASPrtO' has a ipeclal
appeal for woman ASPgO'.lf(rowt
harmful druft. !* fOu fresh sad
"l again afier ihe pain hai |ons.
Tit MMWT 0 'ASMO*
The punt/ ol ASfgO" tonforma
lo the standard laid down b tha
grit.aft PharmatOBQwia.
ASPRO
Th Sfe Way to Pispel
HEADACHE & PAIN
-.i >.-. (-,.-,-, OaiAINABU IVtRTWHfll
W. B. MUICHIHSOH CO. PUKES WITHIN THE REACH Of ALL
MAIMIIL STIfEI. aaiDGEtOWN Hs*J | ,. ,., UNfi Swwja hdi
*> < ,.
Can you take
i hint, Daddy?
ii laafn lakan tdr k.i- lada h R it"''' Ibawi.....
then I'm -urr ton vr had llir wheel rtaT| M WaU
.i:l wiihe* It nag, here are 4 fr uf U.. I... in .i-n
M..I... I- iiiilurrri lieliiw'
fellow igivaal rldin
MIm> Tot-f'tete with rrnwn
'iii- -.iirt. wasaafti ilarBi
man bHoH h NaM Ml ( Ml
Ir'wurr of jmuslii; 1*1 1.I1.
he
I nilimation meal plat-
IhM Hebe < ludr-[>aet fr
ttir rttaf 11 aaat] iteiu h
Mm Naaai afaW|-I*-atoa1stg
I uv fa* ..or i.r |. pull II
.iriiuml il ii'\ tod"
Real t>la> time miuii.....m< NM Igabe Ii"- itii"
lhe*e era only a Trw Ml the feaagllte intrieuin*
ranse .1 K K III Ml -.h.r...tn
It. HUSH If <.. Ltali
luwri lla*.**l %!.!


PAGE TWELVE
si \i>\\ aiivih Ml
SI M>\\ llll I MH1K
ORDEAL BY ICE
M. Herzog lolls the grim,
of the conquest of a
Wiirniiiril slor\
mountain
/.' I.IHR1.I 1/1//V//1/ rim\isi,\
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MAUIUCt MlkZOC
N.I a tbMfM aw taa a
/;/' At/*//* VOTl j
Focus On
British
Guiana
NfXl .\|olll(.l\ 1Ik| rul.i\
lb> BBC
'Focus' i>i
to
written, and pro
Btl
\ rltlUK of '.he pi H
. rmpiai ti e

,./ hlUN, PortuKiii-
m- European Httlart
then
M count
. -

"I'lton boo* vt ..

I iln ir\ l.i.f
a. *!*.....' rni wish n. i.,.
i..m..rii> ijtr.li r*. -

ttn-li --.-.., lb<


nxilf n* Irtim.
n- ^u?1

Imublr
I
I
Iv'down
look al n mou I
Th- 1. ; *
espadlUoa
...... ,k i.;.Vn ;, vi..,.,
.reTa.l.. N.Ukln... If. m P....
"V."*0.: '"*" handa" tayg aomeone. An
eBfc\ I Mm i* I* I I n-rr >/
Buffrage n<
development r q
'
I
in I'n. land arhii h li nc i
of th* United K
..-(to. .---> ''<' . yet h.u. only h..U u toilUa
/.i, I '",,"..* uTrSS?i MbHante. What j. definite li toll
l HI* id BUgW and nee are grown in Rtc;i!
qunntlUea, bauxite is on

Ins the peal I
rnething thai nil
ran u

l/iriR i-
nt-Ji
i ,.i-
l,l;i ; -
;>nrt hard
Hit ?b '
He nog
1 the latt i., understand the
''Ct t* well a. .


-ji M|aUV*

I I V
el* while lute
.1 n d iii'

v..
.<,,... ....
IU IH-.II IT.
OOlj f..:
tonrto th.-m-iv-s m laybifl > tbi
should federate now land
her own looking for trade unn
clotc co-operation with South
Hrrvog hn- | Mr* tfHSllfllS WiiritCU America, eN HI the Itrang* d* ^* cotnmect. like thnt of many of
Uon arhkfl Oufffufled CAIRO, their fellow count rTjnen i* Lei
heart whft Islamic lettfrioui leaarra wart before we derldQ either to
MUt.11 K-it. federate or stand un our nwi
' tul .-(.hi:,- Thl; programm* r,rtetiiiH to
Into inteij.: MritlJh Cui.ina to the
comm.inu Ith ih<* expedition. A,al> ihls n-ck Enslbh-nH^kinc wcii Ul nl lam
' to warn but we -.hall be Interested u,
gat*
, ()c fintat 4.13 j.' on
Ihl
I
1 uvri >.f the ordeal
s.. Rema clbogi (and we I* 1 ,:. n
- .
dawn breaJu un the I I .. I'"" Communism * Kuirinnee

rff. in their 1 lathing H
tkrough *h -ii ( I .1 tied e
'" "-' : .tr;""1,::1
I the from recent week) re- ;
(>e Imtt on the
/ pnvau own- "' "< * U -i. 7.IM
" ral Hi rJafi eti - < 7 150
C

. Bj
H
reveal.
1 l.iih !.[,.> .11 I
I I
To Rarxog the
titn'im.t{ beauty; the mounta
1 ..t 7.4
In- ',"1" '" *"' ,'1"1 iatn- "ia*hl tter
opal ttu' ^P**'*"1 P
Indira. Thii latta?
1
II 1
l-> ).: ai they cl
reach Uw
"Our v. ith Ulustral
'i rthil> Die
iher aUd | ui IndrrMual, not I
"rr'1 at the l die- iiri-iiuT the wealthv 1,, In tVrit..r Vmp. ii-;i;.i. i-.,.,...
wealthy to look wrtter From Briltah (.nmna
N hlnwell It la tha m ,. ,, ., ., ,, .. Th
.' Guiana'*
.li'R-w schedule
hie 1 1 li lert I 1
St..n.1 .1 1 'ii-n I .(..in prohibit' us


Month
- MM III I l\(, 1 1 \\ 1;, ^|r |,av,,| i
- hi m n.iit*. .in,) Cartel
Of lee the 4I' naarn.
which plumed vemcall) WHEN Blr David K
idor tn
rhere could be Btalln'i M 1
few oil in the i:.' n
undW
i( up Ha >;is able 1 ,
tliouRht with Ru
idea In the and I ^,,1 ),j
throug)
Aorta Ha 1
1 .:. tiny 1 numerate |g0) n H
ha.. Ilwayi been l| 1
led the 1
. you itli illuminating t>..nd it. fronucr* an 1 j
tuury.

it
wan with thin the i
mrnunlal claim
have rlii-un:,'
condition "i Cotoh
n unlai enintrw Rulihi DooelU 1
In 1 ri*h luxury; workent
u adlng the drabbaat lives cannot
'' el 1 i,
hare thati nUgim :''",,:
all nliKioti. I-ut Mam Jarv''
1 -! for do- "awl
IVaT C'oiTiinuiii.sin is mor> in 'he 31 an.
11..... > f-'th II 1* a nnnm-ial and ., ,
1 rataai, Double Kill
And whatever its ngenU may On Wtsin- rtb. inat.,
UTii^ni eventtttUS ends fhe BBC wi!
utinx any 1 llgi u Inning at itun |
is an adaptation ..f
1.......11M remain forarnoat Maiightm'a lory. "P.iO." while
those op|>osing Com- the miniil i. Sh.un
to ih- Brittib
BBC'i
addition to ihi
B.G wtil figure
14th hut, in th- parson of tan
Carew, the Brltl 1
:
<( the de..tli o( a p tvaattl will
.....tiiiik pteea in 1
hour progrnmine Tba n
j ronamme '.sill
^t.>r> I'oon.i' |..
of Trinidad. Hroadcast
; 1 I |.ni Bund iy, 14th.
I
BROOKLAX
puts you right
OVERNIGHT
up.
"Rustic Haunt "
Newondn BtaoUtl : 'k. lu,..t.
kt i.h.,,1. laullvi h I,.,, ik.
Um.....I...... rko
..ml 1 mull.......pfii HcJIIhal
ru^^^^vft.v .:'i',""\;,':,','i
afVai
THERE
IS
TIME!!
HI W li the lime.-
To look SMART -
If you are smart
To buy a Now Suit
for the Christmas
All
THERE IS A SOI
GABBADDfl a TROPICAL si its from
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MM TO INDIGESTION
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r Aoditr doe to lodigritina.
I Um hi I-AIM >M
ftf^fn you've hied a...
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lot lllfkt falKK, i:n.r di*n Horn Canada lo lave klddtt*four Klddira
fiom Ih* r.i-,iac of mush* and danaerou. FoanaJKatUoM. With JAfK and JUT. Ih* miit. anlffy
raUl and bad cputh. .- ih* piaaakat aaaa o. jack ad jtit.
/rs Ntw. different safe
JACK and JILL -
ami la cuarante-a
>i>ti have
ar-l Jtl.L Mffl
rw but fhoioua-hly le.ied m
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Out lavr you Bui-kU,,. :
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aaai n-Khiey.
...t 1 l-.nli. of JACK and JUJ. TODAY
War
Th*
l.tnlifs
a ......
rs .. .
Bl
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n, *2.oii
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rtrta M R nal lr Prices
->l I orTrr
liarbadiis Hardware Co.. Ltd.
(Tin- ll.uis.- For rtll|l.H)
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SJlbp TO:|AV Al
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cy
trgaj EUnge Gifts jni Everyone
with pii. :v pockal
i
PEAKI. NBCKI
Tin- ( ..mill
Ouiniti i

./f ^Juvcn Jxmona Cars' &
I iil.ir Ciro Single Strand
Ami dI" course oui large range
RMnesloftai ; Jewi llory.
Don'l dclu' i isit to-day, nil you have
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our clerks will give you vary helpful suggestions
, Then your GIFT will Im- wrapped n X\!AS PAPER
Pree m charge.
Thin |g nothlnj ur .lewellers
; LOUIS L. BAXLBY. It is .. MUST or your L-Ut
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y a i-nr with those
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* essentiiil to
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LAND FOR SALE
A few choice house ipoti
to tin- South Went of the
Rorktey Gclf Club adjoin,
mg Golf Club Road, on bus
route to town.
These spots look across
the Golf Course on one side
and over Blue Waters to
Racklcy bay on the other,
Thcugh you may not wish
to build immediately, the
purchase of one of these
ipots is a good investment.
Full particular* from
The Secretary,
Rock ley Golf At Country
Club.
FOR SALE
I PI* !' form
$ r.oo
I Plastic lira Stand 10.00
1 Mill. n. i. Htad .
I Siny.i -m /.us
Zag and Embroid-
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Machine
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Ham! Ma-
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Bulk Installation a* thr limt Tank
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LONDON < IIAMBI.R OI t OMMERCF AFKINr,
EXAMINATIONS. 1951
tor the bovc .xaminatiom may be obtained j
n the Department ot Education. Garrison.
ENTRY FEES:
Efemrnury Stagefor each tingle subject...... $ l.M|
flllUall Ml|aWfai cm Ii stnulc -ubiect except Foreign
L.inguages 2.28
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8oboo) Csrtlflcgtdj of CommereLal Education 12.00
ll.rhrr si.c | n e oh single subject, except Foreign
I ... ... 3.00
I'tuiui'd to the Honorary Secre-
! .Hue. London Chamber of Commerce
K'partmenl ot Education, Garrison, together with a copy of
i. and the fee* on or before Wednet-
d v. IM December. 1951.
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SHIPPING NOTICES
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GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. Agent..
Hard Times %
tViTH Backache
' ion dlM Co afuggSS* fcidnov ocLAM
[ 1FE IS NOT so good when yoa
re .' lf.l nh baxltachflk
nfUnunc psuas, Kiff, jihingt
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onvnon unnsry diwxdcn date a*
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vmfort when tou migrH gt, hupp,
odas-f PiUi. 1-her tiniuLitr io4
kaaw slugrdi kadoeyi srvl >*
rip them to rid the blood oi m^at
ik acid aad other import**,
inch otherwise might collect aa
fe vicm and cause dliirrss.
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DOANSJJ
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" DAYS'
TO (TIKISTMAH
and your Jrwctlers
AI-FX VFARHOOD
nn i*i-
Qiftg (or your dear
ones.
If you are looking for a gift
l"i the home we recommend!
.i Westminster Chiming
flock (Kiemle> you could
not want a better Gift and
0 reasonable too.
Also tin* bargains in Gold
Bangles, and Wrist Watches
nid Signet Rinis to be had
.it thm store, where quality
H good and prices are low.
VII Engraving on Rings dawie
free ml charge.
ALEX YEARWOOD
Jeweller ol Boltoa Lane
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\V\IMA\ IMH IS
tf }DQ v .i one do not delay
CENTRAL EMPORIUM
Oar, I1KOAD a TIMOR STREFTS
NOTHING LIKE ....
A WARM BATH
AND A BRISK COLD SHOWER
WHY NOT ORDER AN
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FROM YOUR GAS CO TO-DAY
REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
Of liUld.
rwOALOR
In Rock icy N,
ing i> maminern
' i". aai aj dm
inough room for Lam
tap \- ftai d-
Icly 19.000 tqiiaro
BI'NOALOW
Slluale at Oracmo llnll TSSTaCS
rar) atlroctlvrty doilgnod. ciini-
prulng Ihioo brdimiin wtin loUltl
and bat hi atiachrd. dining ami
living rooma. kilchoo. varandah lo
The Weil and a nlcr palio |j Iho
rVit The properly alanda on
apptMlinaloly V, acre of land.
cova araiNo cottaoi
A lovoly cotti-co fWndlng on I
rooda 17 porrhra of land alluato
M Rt Jimta Coaif having if
own prlvato balhlng hoae-h, ar.d
compruing throe brdroomi. with
prlvato toilol and bath to main
bedroom, drawing and dining
European bath with hot
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iHot. madri
kite boa.
SI* Mot
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fting Iho very
i Bay. St Potoi
. i
of
bed'.
with runn
*m altachrd. living and
om. large kitchen

Ml.,- ...1 m iwo >ldri wlUt om
facing Iho bob Outbuilding*. 3
earo Tho properly ilnnda on 3
'O-nli. II porchra nf land li-
peetlon by appointment only.
OCIAN aPBAT
Situate al Rorkloy Road adjoin-
ing Iho famout Rockloy Heath.
boat *ea bathing In Iho MUnd
Divided into thrro (tau and bring
ii vny high monihly rrnui Tharo
will be many proipeetn.
doloy
(hi.
-orty Do
klMlWIIHTII
Church, within l"0
ea Very rootona
Plraao tonla.t ua
Chn
a ui
PAK.AOON
Sea well Airport.
large bodroom* viilri drraauig
rooma aUarhrd. two medium auo
bedroom, with droaalng rooma and
built-in cupboard*, toilet and both.
Urge open verandah inllre .englh
of houaa with a lovely viow of
Chaircery Lane Heath and the aoa
Do-nataira: Bartronrr lobby, living
. pantry, kitchen, large atujy. and a
lovoljr opon pallo to tho South
Th It proper v aloo haa lovely
Hroundl and a portion of arable
I-ihI pawhoiatraS T'^ acre. Inspec-
tion by appolnlmcnl only
land having an inlonavo orchard
with iprclall) i<~l The houao compnaot three bod-
'o~ dlnlruj loom, living room.
modem toilet* and batha with hot
and cold water Larga vo'ardana.
Faienuve outbuildlnga including
inrfe gariige. two aervanU rooma.
laundry, wnrka-op Thla oroperty
haa boon oMermvely imovated by
the protonl owner.
Ml- II Ml I.I
Situate In iho Garrison. St.
Michael, comprising lour bod-
roomi. eombi nation living and
dining room., .rpar-te Lillet and
bath, kitchen with built-in cup-
board*, vvrand.ih tho whole length
Of Iho building The outbuilding.
romprtae Iwo lervamta rooma wjib
wator toilet and a garage (or two
car* Tho above property aland*
. n approximately 7 aoo aquaro (aol
of land. Tin* houao haa gaa and
no electric rationing Inspection
by appolnlmcnl only
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Situate al Maawella Coait Road,
all
lche Chrtlt
.. MV-miliol .!!
Sit
Baea
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bodlOttawa. 1 um and dining
to i lot, bath and kitchen,




faSJWre Inapociton by appoint i.i-nt only.
rB i-.onm
ate al the Oarrlaon. Chrlit
h. comprising of lo bod-
pantry, kitchen, toilet and bath
Alao a large terandah to the Kaal
-nd North of the building Oul-
bulldlngi ServanU room and gar-
age, alao a number of .elected
l-uil Ueoa and .landing on approx-
- SOO *q ft Thlt houM
LAND
Situate at Bt. Janvea Coaat. Ik-
l-een Colonj Club and Coral
Keef Club Spot, can bo had with
or without a frontage to the ago,
I .t .ii ipati have a right of way
REALTORS Limited
hi M I -I \l. AOlNtl
At'cnoNggaa
VALCIBA
111/Ml inlBUk *TRirT
BUltl.tTOWN rifoM. !
M.
HI VHHS
A.r... r.vA
CsUnaive LasUngs of (ioad
Claaa Property and Land
Alwaya AvaUable
FOR SALE
oral high itandard ol eon-
n-llon The rmmi are all on
i- Root and ennaUt of a front
"need gallery. w.-l: propor.
nod dining room with foMIng
th aide* ol II,. houao. d-aig
dn irably .itualed in an iimpelled
leiidenllal diilrlct close lo the
main Hotel- and gjBM
MtHAMAII COTTAOP-. ST
JAMBS COAST A charming
hear* heAiM- in perfort aetUng,
coral Sand beach with Ihe be.l
-e.-l..,th ng the laland can arTe'.
private grounda heavily planted
with flattering xiietie. Conuuna lounge dining,
loom. gotHl verandah facing aea,
: bodroom. with bnairw. 3 both-
adara bltcrWn. aerranU'
Ouartir* and garage Rare oppor-
tunity lo acquira B reaaonabiy
rru-od properly In uth a good
poailon on ihit faahionabU eoa.t.
WINTJV WILLOWS. PROSPECT.
ST JAMFR Soundly eonMrucl-
ingaluw with apaeiou*
living room. 1 large and 1 small
lrnoma. e-ellenlly plaeod .er-
Urtcl arb .king (he
. domniairs Kitrhen. ervania*
Offers
NEW BUNGALOW. LOIKit
LAND. ST Ml. HAH Wa ro
instructed to offi-r thla very de-
airablo home cortatructod by a lead-
ing firm ol building contractor*
The atco vi,. dmnm provide* .*
apacloua befroom*. with built-in
v-ardrobe*. I,.rge drawing room,
aapoiole dining room, kitchenette
with bftMaaSaat n-ien. and Ikcgo
pantry. The gat age and vrvant'a
Guaner* ore detached Mama
ttrr and quot.. of elntrlr llghl
Thi* properly la aitualed In a new
mldsatlal area from
hich thrre a'e Rno payioramle
lews of Bridgetown .nnl the bar-
only 3'j mile* from lo n centre

i required
find Iho price naked la very lair
laaaaBd - can nacom
luting very hlghjy.
DRlGltTWOOD Si. Lawrence A

With It.

(a. Hi lie*
Throw bedroom*. living room and
dining room, kitchen,
toilet and shower. wMe
rds Sep-
Idawl -..kle Ramie I a good
residential quartor.
lirjiUtKNCB. THE ';,viu %-.
oral rtono
bungalow oa corner He with


pal.o. and number of ix
trrea Act oen modal Ion

in ward-
atUSl kitch

vmta' auariera and
orTces All public utility service*
ajSn i
I Sow
i gardens, Uwna and
>oung rruit trwos. Tharo are
apocioui verandahs nn two .idea
wllh view, over beach, large liv-
ing room, a double bedrooms, I
bathroom* ibolh with tubil mod.
ern kitchen and butler's pantry,
downstair* I* Iho laundry, good
servant*- accommodation lor 3. 3
garage* and stororooma. Pull pub.
tie service* ptu* own deep F||
with electric pump Hunt of way
over beach with superb bathing.
Opportunity for > discriminating
LAND. TWEEDtvlDE ROAD.
excellent fsi-toiy or buiinesa site
of nearly . acre wnh frontage lo
main road over 100 ft On ol the
law available locations in such a
good position rk>* to Town fen-
Ire.
ITEW BUNGALOW. BLUE
WArERS-Retenllv built home of
good sound construction. Boor
level well raised oil tho ground.
Urge living room. 3 good alrv
bedroom* all with built ltl ward-
robes, Iliad bathroom and ahower
pleasant and aiaeahie modern
kitchen. good garage and
servant.- ouirters. Paved drive-
Tin. properly ha* our
recommend at ion and la a homo
mo-t people would bo pleased to
ODEBN HOME, ST PETflR---
.ii'tou. s ..i.p.lntcd re.lderico
i aatna, 1 Hied bath-
t and cold water.
lets panlrt. kitchen .tore-
" 3 aarage* The ground* art
rrtly laid out with a pro-
u CASITA. Itm-kloy Hew Road

ejj


Dm or dressing room, tiled

...th supplying hot water, guy

da are about 1 aero well laid
ut with lawns. Drofualon of

nd young (mil trees Easy to

kalp
ii
ABatRGFJJJlE. Maxwell Road-
very soundly constructed atone
dungalow erected In 1S37 when
holding materUl and workman-
ship were of a higher standard
a usually obtained today.
. operty haa a drawing room,
dining room, kltcben. asaall beaak-
" st room and 1 good bod'ooma. A
de gallery runa on 3 aidea and
mplelo privacy i. obUlned.
There U a two car garag* and
Um "it* la 15000 aq. ft. with good
Und. bearing frull troao- A good
olid home obtainable for a rea-
sonable fig ire
IIENSAM Sherlngham Oar-
s Pleaaanlly attu.
( s :,.it MasSBsssM
i about '. aero and ngbt of
lo the aea The building al
rmer.Uy planned *rtth a large
living room, having accaaa to a
covered front verandah, breakfaot
and a bedrooms
Situated In a iar.1 developed aemU
private coastal reaidenttal area
IBll feature* Pull ml
a safe Invntaiaal.
rianUtlcna Baildbag
Phone 4M4>


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model, Invitation to iBda ht-hind the wheel of a
mi per <;ir iinri driva inl<> the New Year in spirit
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Iniiilil Im- filed Earl\ if delivery
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Hair- on Vpplk'ulion
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1
tha t>lk it drawn to the
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tha Claaalflad Section ind ill Advertisement!
Ustlop in Disph.v (Heavy 'ivpo) m thr
i [t phot a Directory ere tha rattnlal .\d-
vartbdna] Co.. (H'dfM) Lid., of James Stie-t,
Bridgetown (Telephone 5134) to whom .ill .-n-
qulrles should be addressed.
Com (haling, with Changes in
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continue to b lo the Telephone
Company. PO Box 272
PLEASE MO
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Utaff ilus l);il<- ii'i Chances, f xtrj
l.islin- etc. run he made.
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I'\(.l M\ll I S
Fined For Stealing
10 Tins Corned Beef
G. H Gfefffifh, At P i M.,-,*.-
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i
month'i imprisonment wiih hard
i beel f rod) the Spai h
ill.

SUNDAY ADVOCATE
SINDAY, iMtlMIHK II 1*52
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L.S. And U.K.
Sign Atom
Agreement
WA6HINOT W
D ml tielwcn l
|
i iafornatlon on the production of
tartai the dew
ml of nw ta ,i reactori end *
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tni ttowawar, that
react* d
on tha heeii ol Bi
Homecoming
Of Sheffield

Commund'
her*
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Remember!
you will probably need some
of them before Christmas comes
Kfjap h DARK -'
SHADEINE
'rmamnt. wuha.a.1
>H, IHAWWSoHMMt
After the nlm- taken by ll.- Warner Patiir m
USA and IK. U fa lit.. I;.
Caribbean will increase. Hi-rc the unit nhoot i
vendor- at work.
to tb e EuUtn
of the pottery
il A-bomb
mitit
in the him era? tha CaaaAla t
il .iimc s.->n aftn Arnerl>
niii ;i Hint- Dent
atomic reactor on tha Savanna i
River and (blind Unit she needed
rltal date '""' Cans I i
ig the Dominion
n i. ictor.
la be f.i-t
to the coneluafofi thai
averyihing must soon be shared
rlth Britain, Including the mo
information aboiil the
""",l' three rain. Tin- pro-
rhe r> i fl ih Japer"- ,. J i a BritlH m
ii.i the MomU KnerKv India Ragimeni rUU
LONDON I .iemtion l>> the COlonl
the changca that mutt i>e ernrn- nl and
i made In the '. r Art. Ilkelj Ii the dale
id, whtM the reconstruction ol Caa-
M i. uiiitj o ,, ,.. ntobad
I

'' in wp-
125,000 FOR TROOPS
QLARTERS AT ST. LUCIA
Banana
Controls
To End 1953
LONDON.
In the House of Commona on ftiesday, December 2,
Mr. David Jont ii he llartlepouls.) Hind the
Secret u State for the m able
to give an estimate ol thi re to be incurred in
rehabilitating the i quarters ;it The
L icia : Uon >i tin- newly formed
British Wesl Indii \'< ind whether he will have
regard ! the fact thai it ia di iirablc t" relate these works
Colgate Chlorophyll Toothpaste
DESTROYS BAD BREATH
Originating in the Mouth
l>l Glasses & IKY
pi. Glasses 2:t. 29, :ir.
I'un\ Whisky Glasses
each II. 16 & 3:ir.
11,11 Shaped
Tumbler., each 12c.
Kruii Juic- Glasses,
each I- \ 211c.
Kihhi il Tuinhh rs
12 & 15c.
Balfjf Tiinililers
1.1 A lie.
Orange Keamers
32 & 4(h.
C.iki' Pans. ., I -I II,
Pally ta l< & IXIc.
Pie Frames 95c.
Sponge
Finger Pans 90c.
Ksc Whiskers -I <'.
I. inn s''l. S2.14 i I.H9
Check
Cake sel HKc. & 1.19
Kicers. each $1.22
Thermos Flasks.
m. SI.04. S2.75 4 M,l.:;
Thermus Kelill,
Kc. Sl.liS & si In
(iaUaniseil Wash Palls
S2.li in si:ic;:i
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10. II, 12 & 13 Broad Street
to the <
building rorce on the island
Mr. Lvii. Ito epl '! Bxpendl-
tin,. eatli
i: -nl. < mnmission
On Weilncsd;,-', I)e.-cinl>. I .1
Su LUchard Aclaad< (labour.
i :. i.. .isi ad thi
1 ol Slate for tlie Colin
Oliver Lyttenon, whether he will
aran before i)- nan bonsreai '",l ";*'"""'' |"< batwaan the Bank
that pad! work can an'1 ,lu" Government.
.......oe ahead of lima. J.n htoieplj Mr. U^rttellon
n)y oiiportunlty of leekind
..d "Hi be ouaht
.iftei the ii.m I ionsreaa anaehi
.11 .l.niuary.
The iiepment edll be put for-
(l. u;.rd on a strictly pri Heal M
[he m Ajnerica is unab'
BrtlUh Chi...... u | W to tall bar alltae abroad consult 'with repn
etlni if w. anythlBg about the new atom the InlernatkH Bank foi Devi
... then avallahllity the opmciit liilcl I : irtlOO an
Itadci nt th to pUn the defence oi ol the c.verr ent ol Jan
iloi ihe fw'.n. Wi tern Europe b n.a.t.o. are as u, urge th.it ihe report I'l th-
Iv hoRRed down. Bank' i
i \ The pii.bii'iii i ien.n.ie . preaabii that Republican ipokca- or at i.-ui ta raapeel
1 i .in,* man arc certain to be approached perti which are not oi n conflden.
i before th.- nej fon
oi tract
.........'" **......T* "Thru- i\ mi need The Hank
[He announcetMnt of the airee-
, ,. ,,!,. to i : ,Wth Britain on dm i
end -.1 IBM. *eapow aide win probably
ler of tin' trmed '<< have fta fir.-ct on the
.,. ii whose view* have
II the ni'iiii- alraadj bean iwofoundiy affected
ikci ful Britain bj tha Australian A-bnmb
i! ,:. o i.....-e plosion.
. ii h reaar *> ",,h ;i
ktorntc n'55"
Comn i W hln4-
ome tuna th) year I
tl-oul i ivoperaUon be-
Iweeo Britain, Canada and the
U s a iv ..v mi not ontj the ax
Morel taforrnatlon, i> ii
of teehnli
lion in the production >'
.-. i ,
I..K.S.
i "f the
I i nllcniMii
i thi i
i in la an high*, than for aa
other comparable territory, and
will he do MiniithiiiK about il"
Mr. Jonea
I thaU certainly civ.- the mat.
.i i iii> p 'ion." Mr.
Lyttelton replied-at t -iv
. loud tit piil- i
laefeased Uawmploymenl
Mr. Davi.i Joncit. (L;diour. The
Hartlepoolsj asked the I
nt Stale foi the Colon II
i awar> oi the erii
iii the number of imerni
Mm. iii British Oulana,
i ...I price
d rha level i
a t I i .
i ..., i ., h ,
Of l mminus this '
- i pre-wai

___________B. II'
NFARLY $500,000
FOR SUGAR WORKERS
KITT8 L>
JMHI.OOU will be
m>xt few
hi Ihe .sugar
bonus nn .. }.."
f tin- eroji
' .WOOD ton*
[HJ (
i i being i lee
. rep entatlvea of the
i d tin' Laboui ol
Reynolda Co. To
liuy U.S. Bauxite
Mines In It.G.
.i) the ii' Kens .il this
li.lt st. |- In- I
provide employment; mid nh;i
I- pro
vldlng the Oovemor,
:k to re-
lieve the situation.
: i. rtbat
employed Increaieu* during the
Sir by some so*. i
i itclton replied. "Th. re
thnuiii be man) new opportun-
r.ies foi work .ti the d* i
plans foi the Cotot
can led mil Thi m .- ide ea ten
-i\c dralnan and irrigation
a hint,-.. initiated undi
irernmant, the flirt ol*
which hi bean appnn
er-tbnated coal >' some I
thil IUi M.,1.
enunenl rant i 100,000 tin-
dei tin- Colonial Developmenl and
Welfare Act."
Mure Tiiheri-ulnsis
Mr. David Jones, i Labour, Th,
LIGON.s HISTORY
CEORC.ETOWN.
The It. VtMsldl Mi-tals <"'. titn-
the larxi-sl aluminium pro-
m the United State*, is ,.
coniarKtUUDS Ihivuir the bauxite l,-",i' i" ",s'' -"iked the &
bg the American ;" 1)S''''1 '"' ,'hr CefcaJ
Cyanamlda Co ta British Oulana. '
_ ^ ., ,, it U reported m Oaorgetown, '," """' :I,,,UI^ h' '
% ir<.m Pea ii |, u,,.,,., wih.ii ,..h uu "' tuberculoali oe Iha
^"',- !, ii ' . i ,hl mur foi .1 eonverni
x-al bj the ,u,Vi' f^WWted i irvej of "
wi carried awas '' '''''' for other Colonial territo
'' ,, Mii.amirfi.Cfl ...hi i ... Mr. l.ttelton repll
""?"V "hui ,,n; catM of urjereuloals ootifled in
touble, the usti ;' ' noun<*d . Lucia I lb years 1946 c
r. endj l\ n . Dottaue opera- mo IMfl
, ii itnti-li Cuian. at the end Io3 19W i;)H f,(,,t |T .,,.
.. , oi The ye.r It explnined that 86 *A
mtent lll"v' "' the "" mined li tuHable "Qomparabla flaurei (mi
ornrnodltie ' foi etalli In Imum i-.>- colonial t< i I
rather than of tha cherr.l- m fhe Annual M<
cal grade needed by the Curnpany produced by each Col
Noluppief
Kash
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. hjtti ansl *l vv nrr
tan*r (" lH|i him tool .t>l ,-,i*ni,iril>l
IM r.,.1 I e.T>"l.i*ll,
Cilll.uri.wlhC. .1 .. n-nlUmlM-
'I v 'lllF>nl>p>* IslK.
futicura
9* niMTM
OINTMENT
a w...... '" ''>" a
i CHRISTMAS GIFT |
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Now! The Full Benefits of a
Chlorophyll'Toothpaste in a New,
Exclusive Colgate Formula
BARBADOS BOYS' AND GIRLS' CLUB
ANNUAL RAFFLE
Only TEN more DAYS to buy a Ticket
&
These are OBTAINAI1I.K from III a.m. I I p.m.
nl Ihe Bus Sland in TRAFALGAR SlflARK
and nl the Infurmulinu Bureau. Police Head-
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blnme acida In the mouth for toot hde-
eay. Every time you use new (' J,: 11
ChlurophyD Toothpaste, e'pceially
riiflit after eating, you net againut
Ihnse dentructive n. id. 'Hint's why
r. ,'iibir brushing with ('olgate Chlo-
rophyll Toothpaste is su.h an efTee-
live aid in lighting t.-oth decay!
CHtCHS COMMON CUM DISORMRS.
B recent clinical taste, ai Idaaca [
revealed that chlorophyll pro- |
motes the growth of Arm, henlthy |
gum tismie. New Colgate Chi..in- '
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hrlpy.m rare for sure, tender nunm.
ua
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For real help ugain.it bad hreath oricinating in I In
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W -. .1 : 'P nv'AS STAMII*3 dp
ThE SCRIBES APOUT HIS NEW LARD-
WEI3HT, ME ^ADE LIKE S\EN3ALI
.-- j-.t i2 ojta i3, But "BsAtV
1 wfeS BEFOSF I HAD HIM HE NWSR MAD >
) PROPER HANDLING IM Tf ACHiNS HIM !
VKim THE 6R0OND UP.' WERE
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^J2t~<. DlKECTiNS EVCRVW^iE ^
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The SUNKEN^HULK? (yeu'iie As^sr)
*f*MHT CAN YA EXPECT?' I NEyM
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\ REVOlTED TO R2RM.' NEVER WAS
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v-^rllNK-OF The TIME I WASTED
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II Girl sx
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/I *\ ciiu- i* ihr aaasa . di
/ JI t*i follow-up my t hrettuiau.
, ^ "Mont or (I Is ^t K R. II
-*^ room, thi* year not Ihe
J
yuilr BHDM J Ul feel.
due .ivoui nuw
raiiilsument.
lunte'H Sliow-
11 ii <.....-
'*:iro|rir.il Hume ApplUnre . aUrar-
live ( ostuini* Ji wellery . a rollectlon
of tine leataaea picked up on the afS]
through SniiierUnd. And To>. natural-
ly, from laatel I'nllmlted.
I'.irtihlr T>pewrllers i
of you. h. Ilrrme*. I'
to Hum.rt
ma.il'
Ihr lot
"There you havr a tey l the.Tree bend-
ing item* this Chrktmaa. loli more to
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CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT

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"ArrEwYEAR
From the ADVOCATE CO.. LTD.
SUNDAY DECEMBER 14. 1952


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CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
PACE THREE
The Racing Year In Barbados
,o>ed anoi
notn on tnc^ financial side and from In.- fluid b
noth on the financial side and from P. the ,,, ,, ,,, ,. ,
......f viewthal more t, -
of ihe lourn.
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wed bin 11 Ibi
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al the um
WM Hum .
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Tlw Fljriag Vasnwt a
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m Um n to
dies and was Sl.000 in ad
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STi**^ Tu,r Club ln AlURMl
1950 Tner* u a strong posalbtlil
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Int. This
an qucrque meanwhile had also boon the Kapler Guineas at Unmn_ I'
1 at the
/as du
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[ Scedlii .'. u -
the she came hire for ill*- Bai
Derby aba wa
to Cl. SI
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&hiqht Jig/rf and (DunqiWiqw? U)in ihs QlaAbkA
that will ever reach such a high
figure, as increased taxation on
the public sweepstake is urc to
lake Ita toll.
With regard to the actual radm
1852 mlfhi i ,,k the re-
turn in : ,imbers of
the imported thoroughbred since
I Woi Id w.u ii poi a
number of years, of COW*
nuinln-r has been
m Bui in
1952 not only did a further in -
ika plaea bill the ereole
h..... a. h fewer In
!. - *. f . ii \, wttli. I.
the number
in' t m the island
I. ofM ludeo thai

hold It*

1 n( Import
The Claaiki

doe
.
I. the first
ihei
and In the i
i 11- Brlgl I :
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cla
Caribbean.

I I cougl
which hi

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Q.T.C. wit of Belledune. th( latter
the winner of both the Barbados
.....f IWII. A
small (Illy, but verj well put to-
gether. Dunquerojue hi I
reputation for herself :.s a Iwo-
year-old when aha *ft>n the Trum
IMPORTRU lioasi hive b
nf j C | I i.. r ... I'U -tr Iheta
n dl(limit u hold Ii. own
'it
|p
II H H I c i
ever -mi .:< i I .
Ii , s kei
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I tO 111
u
. ! 'i b< :-.
. up t" three lengths
Hi and third
M I A Ml,
BtriaV
Chib Handicap.....other
'ii.. furloni was won
V | A P| TO b*1
me by Ins f ill Fuss lludget.
Hr light weight of tut. ii.
-he debated Plreladj Rebati
II a.-
ite, Qua snu. Emben ami
Notonite ap|
reeuni the going and dfcl dm
lepeat nil pertormaoct I hi fli
Fuss Budget, Bow ew ven
mii again on the tin
UM 9*0*8 instance carrying
; hi ..r i:io ih ..n.i |.,
it .lass om Ii n BrM
rKHculoua ajan
' a, ! i Wine -
i ind \> ' u n. third
In Ihe italkeith II..:

! smb and running i ,:reai
Hi M I R Be

Notonile I
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ted 123
Notonlti
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a half
It Wl


1 lotda i
i ;
m .. it i
I uMlni.irk Oatttandlnaj
peter Cup and two
the November meetii
i - :, had ehi
field on each occasii
evident that she m
doubtedlv toy CUU
. i I ontesi
t i i At tl tull
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dut.-l. Hiding mares
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i.f 19.11. SO
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i that It was
> filly of un-
i much as
. bile
nan
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as the
argln
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Bright Light, her chief
not in ihe race, and Dunaueroue I
was medliig the name ereole-
had all.' i i foe the cautlou
not e Croai ley bad ridden
one "' " favourihw tot the on I I did not
11
Ounqiieriiuc ( on^hinii nad c
ol pi
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Her wl
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i I'.ng
while. Not only did she win the
I U i i. pin subw,
i i.n
over 7*
' a horse*
in i A and n win ii ib
f.
bam ha waa forced
o carry a 1 ih. paaalta and with
intlal weight .f i.ii lb*.
v.. set Ihe foimidabl. task
in! from B to 2o
- d the lablea '"'r l oppon Than ired
- and Red > baal la whom
i vad s nod 9 ik. reepac-
licr n.iujh however, made back- " P""e a while Ui the I
. Jii: |
Mr Cyril " ""' ' I i
i ..I..' I. Still Barbados and on tl I '' fclbara, who wn;
. ,,i i lung ipeed. rha Aon w suppoaad to b Si
Bill Char, aCardlni 1 U ib> Xiberl u i
by OT.c out or Biratta, ind m brtel i received is ihf
S. J. Rock's .i ..ii, Doldrum
OT.r out of Lh I -...,. ; .n ;..,.., .,,
very wall at -* ">
nd wa.~ thought to be the had run '.ii- race I
had in 19S0 She U) Pint A
itaminn li..th Cardinal and Seed- the flr*l foal M bar dam BaU
i iuo tnoufht to be atrona |,I,N' ;' mche oui lln ........
but Cavalier, hav- Of B" I
< ilomhiiv I iiUeateri
he
the Chrintmas meeting,
looked n n ..i.iicneed than
wo.
( olombus llesl LiMikiny
There were 11 final acceptor*
who took entry for the race but
Of these only seven went to ihe
post. The., were, in order of
starting pa
y i .
Auronusk. Cotombui and Car
din.il. M
of Fi.
rfc raei iwlo i
the .". | ... ...,
it 'he third and .
.1 ......
QmpoJd&jd 2iohMA (Dominrdc (pAoaAamm&A

at Todds In St.
pi adjiiead
CUB
th whom ROB
tax lances
John and win, l
the | f it nil
.. .nin-is. BHleplsin and
out CunHill so i .
M..:.Ann and Apollo in the Castle Ma ed rtu I
Or;.nt II.
ng and on the intlng For ihi
again, ibis Hmi winning i*>< >
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I i to Can
lid no* race due
to tendon trouble. He had return-
>'d to th) and had
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Ihreaj-
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act Rocfcaf, Pep-
N I .i. i h .i H n
who each i .
I| furlongs itn.l I
and ii.H rowei n on i
Rabat* and
nmU'. who did so en I a

Seed lint: Promising
Cardinal
Apronuiul a
I-own gelding by Dunusk out of t bl
" mare that had id-
ready produced winner or two
for h'r owner Miss Kathleen
Hawkins, and Colombus whs per-
haps the biggest of th.
a lovely bljiek eolt bred in St
Kitts by Mr> Ro,en>
by CoIrc*c out of Bu-
ll was obvious I.
last named was
01 the rare more for ^x-
perlenre than with ai | I
From a t<*.<\ start
i
llrelr off
'
..,.. i,.' ... ,-
' idtd victory 1
te ih, ... |
f uul ind a

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I of j
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Mr. Ban miy
b eedlni to the Bi
foi onh thi
1 M.i A
l.ut din not do m w# II .]\tn aro of -.'
r and SoedUni who bca of l
haat him when UMy won tb> | II Bai
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actively o
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Dunquarq
f i.
id ralrd Belli Surj I
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red in 1 09. I,
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CHRISTMAS NUPPl.kHt.VT
St'MIAV. MXEMBU 14. I*tt
**- PARTY RECIPES
France
Two suggestions from the Frenc.
housewife's perty fare MAR-
QUISETTE and BUCHE AUX
MAKRONS
For MARQUISETTE
und Bfa) ond
ing or castor sugar
. ited chorolaTe
! tt
. together irtlli
t.'uek past*. Brea:. off
|inM the siae ( lnut .r..:
M ball* m cshoa pwv.
001 place
so.
And foe BUCHE A' I
v (hntni.ii
| i
4 o. iwcaiMr
4 Ir4r <>. W.r f..i
MMnma, peei and sieve
Ihem. Melt butter, sugar and
e Mix them tocethe
n d i spuon. adding t' c
dMttMtp. lae wftan mi a
Urge dwet *tf gi
ro I it
..hile warm Beak in KB -md
WH with whipped cream.
Nuts are always a wrlcotm-
aadmon to the party table. Try
SIMCED NITS, the American wav.
following ingredients
* lb null
1 rup line granulated
1 teaspoon salt
2 tablespoons dm
1 lampoon ejagaaj
S- teaspoon nutmeg
1 tablespoon w lb
I eg* *Ml
B MgW, salt and
lire" time*. A '
sejreo* paper.
!-* like a log
4
Tin: rCSTTVE look
THIS WAY FOR
PARTY FASHION
oaffonn BAMKtn
party is the one
occasion which don not
. n ft* : j, much decoration Hogi
mi fortunai iv will agree
'"*' nuiumiini of trimmings
| <-|m\ I ic.ilr
t. r effi- '
Bm Kan ii rty-fogn
irmji > Bnuirt in '
much jewellery,
i.0> mnr\ aVftAcM Mow
ooese
.ci MM ' Thgl
i'. i'\...! atlon for IhU. I: l
. luaert Bj n I ik of systematic
iJarmlr, A gre i\ deal '
trouble h i>
ing th>........ be it cocktail,
i, t AniM i bul t<> Uttta
i,m i ibfc i< i*m o.i the
IiCCmkjhii ii-. |1mI .ue to a* >n
vili. |l Y 4 u the acoes-oiles
that maik the differ* I N1 H
g weenm
wh hi marfla wcii-h
[< .
money : ipand 0" beautiful
. todM *bo .!" trig a
amongst'party-goers Tl
nainai .mil Inexpensive <.f
rbg r own I
i | |
.i i. gggfuL
c mains "t Big
rested hen The |
on the way you wewr tticm Cm
i of? wll
i iri" em In gn
not ev I
for ClmeUn n evvnnv*
n. bto gtaawl, wll
bl k '
gessg. ,- m light-v
tmtetl with hi." M
fmpl' i-nougli i*. make rcHir-
elf at home. *f even o
Ughf-rfatght wc->i dm
3 rng i Hm n>
i bawl I pen-work
U. - p t'ggn. It h
WaMembl compl-*"iei "'-r '
cock t.ill or pvemns d:*-
. rd>
Cocktnii fknrggi, l> ron r.--lt*e
thnt glove* are not meiWj
omrthlnii to keep the hinds
covered. t_oiieealed or nm.
but can be the elegant ac-
cewmry* T..ke these cocktail
glove* as an JUmpk*. The
way to he different u 1th
gloves this ctirnttni
have them fringed, .-i..t:.r.>.l
with noopt.uhbif rgQl
trimmed round the ruff and
tMie seam with a nvk-i frill
To be original, wnr a brnce-
let ouUldW the glove (Plus-
trgtcd).
0 Tin- art uf v.eaiing flowers
thi? fashion.ibk- gray Is an art
to be acquired. This year,
wear an outsize. double-
agatngd. rotw pinned to Hit
ghoulaV I i
m.ikf .in .hi..lit ol
own int it just below UM elbow. Again
wear a pair of gold gipsy
earrings and iwhw Uni
flower rOUBd taCfJ one. (Illus-
trated >. Or .i noun i,f
artificial Bo
of a handktri'ii-f .md I i'
trail fi KM (IHUg-
Iraud)
% To give gn unusual touch t'a
your cvctiinii iiress, why not
have a mink (Of other fur)
ghOk i .ind match it with n
miniature fur muff"' The mIT
ana do double du4.
I I gguj bag if i
iipl--t pocket in the lining
(Illustiatcdl.
0 An OflBUHt] typt of e. tor tl
afU*i a miniature pewtev
Jug, and screwfc onto the ear.
Place B small piece of cotton
gajtuntUd with your
perfume, ii. agCB )ug I Illus-
trated i
0 If vou want an evening bac
In Uii' newest hspe. choose a
gtrsular one in transparent
peisu-K. fsotanad with < gilt
clasp (Illu'trnledl.
0 Or a gay cap UHB d.ffeier.t
air- The new -impK '
band of ribbed knlttitu: pulM
on over the head. MM
and finished with any type of
brooch from | ralmgom to
rosturne jewelH'ry. (Illus-
trauM1
Finally, gn to the piirty In
mood to enjoy yourself, anil not
in the mood expressed by Proust
"Partie have little re-litv t-ntil
the following day when thev
occup) the attention of the people
-vtm were not Invite"! '
I b*4 U col for a day.
!rom the
I tosh dsatiut The Lyonnals.'
grated miU mark* it with a fork
o that the outtldc resembles the
"ark. and serve* it In slices.
Denmark
To the Danish housewife, no
Christmas dinner It complete
without a Koose prepared In the
..uthentic way. and served with
red cabbage and browned pota-
toes. Clean the goose well, and
-tuff generously with .< |
tor two or three
. aartBtel to size, leaving
Bi ivn dskgff open for the last
.r-an-hirtir t>i allow the
skin to get crisp. Prepare a thin
(rani margarine and sugar
m a frying pan and pui amall
[i turnin-
untu the toflaa co-
rha nid abbagM gh aild be cooked.
I'll ll-lllt tW'O (,- -I IT' .1 ''L-V..1
mixture consisting ol two odncoa
Ol margarine, one ounce of sugar,
a tablespoon of vinegar and one or

Bsathtni a little different
in round nfi a meal, take another
leal from the Danish houaewife'i
i iok ..iui try ciTRON-
ntOMAai For Ktx people you
ui aaad
5 egg.i
S oz sugar
I ia lemons
7 leaves ol gelatine
One tupful of water
Whipped cream
Mix the yoke of the eggs and
the sugar toaatbar unul almost
while. Add the juice from the
lemons and the melted gcl-dinc
Whip the white of the oxgs un-
til Quite stiff and add imme-
diately after the BglaMflg, Turn
mixture into a dish and leave
to set. Decorate with whipped
.n am
Srotland
Culinary HMg by oaaM typical enough,
of Scotch Mist. Fi this sweat, you
to egg white and beat slightly.
Dip nuts in eg? white, then roil
tn sujr-Npicc mixture. Covei
bottom of small baking pan
with half of remaining sugar
mixture, place nuts on top so
that 'aey do not touch each
other cover with rematntnp.
sugar mixture. Bake in very
an (250 F.) for about
2 hours Remove from oven
and shak" excess sugar from
nuts.
Or perhaps yen might urefei
SUGARED NUTS
rafc'
7 cups shelled nuts
1 'a cup assjggff
Blmche nuts. Rat* in sauce-
pan and keep in warm place
Combine sugar and water In
anoOM pan, stir until sugar i
dissolvcu and boil without stir-
ring, until a small amount of
syrup forma g sift ball in geld
water <2M F ) Hold pan of
nut* several inches above heat
and shake vigorously whil
alo**ly pouring syrup over nutv
Stir nuts occasionally, then
ao'l ren..ininfc syrup, drop by
cir-i. until all i ii i
bould !>-.' ovcnl. ciivered with
a ooatlni of gugar, Btort
: covgead tin box.
(crinmiy
Hi i .i ' Dl N f"i twn cakes
which the 'Germin bfl
traditionally bakes f>r Christmas:
iiinnainon, cloves, ginger, pap
. .
.i haking POwdM ..lt< r-
Mth milk and mixed
(eel to i Spread
dough on to a greased baking
tin with tablesfioon dipped in
null Dough should be one
inch thick Mark into oblongs
with knife do not cut
and decoi.de with almonds
Bake for 2025 mimit- bj
medium ovaa. This eafea mav
l>e iced
ffagg 9M araaaa approx.
I lb.
Sweslea
What informal party table Is
...mulch- without canapes'" Tiy
same of these Sw.-rttsh sugges-
tnto dtfrerent -h-pes. Shiinsps
and mayonnaise caviar ana
lions, on small places Of I
leeks; ham. appk- and cherries;
liver pale, cucumber and olives.
..>;..i ve.il. cucumber, gssjgg.
jelly and tomatoes. IXvorate with
parsley or dill.
And don't forget the children.
4
4
rill need:
l dor waearoosM
a c*o^ spog- Angers plna gad
g -en colouring
i [uni cream
1 liQueur glass maiaschino
Crush mrtearons gSBj smgers.
moisten with maraschino, add
half Ihe cream and mix into :i
sUff paste. Put into a glass ur
silver dish heaped into n
4
Anagrambles
\ .hi .ii-* OJh. BB > ''rd and i
extra letter and Bra required
make another nuntiiim word
the combined tellers. For m
ample. I, F A S F S plus M
measles.
I SUATTER with F. is
] STRAIN with H I*
i HARNESS with S ,.
t CRANKS with A i-
5 DRAIN with C is ...
P(i issassai
pyianitd Whisk remaindet with
a little sugar and flavouilnv
Divide it, and colour one hall
pink the other green. Put into '
a forcing ban a good tahbMioii-
fol of .acS lo'our alternitivti
and placa ovar pyramid Dae-
icat" areordiiig to taste.
Holland
OLYKOEK" is a festive favour-
' ite with the Dutch Make sufTii-
' tent dough fo;- two dozen sweet
rolls (normal recipe, with yeast).
Cut off small pieces of light dough.
and enclose brandled raisins or
raiatna am. citron in centre of
each when shaping Into small
balls. Let them stand until liKhr
Then fry in hot. deep fat <3ou
. 37" F.> foi aheasl thiee minnles.
drain and roll In powders
Christmas Stollen Cake
500 graiiinis plain flour
2 dessciUpoone baking powder
200 giamms sugar
2 eggs
I teaspoon rum flavouring
teaspoon vanilla essence
4C dri'P> almond eseen e
Pinch grate.) mil
Pinch ground dovus
125 rr-immi butter tor (-t
50 gramms suet
125 gramms sultanas
125 gramms raisins
125 gramms almonds or kernels
40 gramms mix d [-eel
Icing sugar
250 gramms white (diyi cheese
Butter, for decoration.
Mix flour and baking powder
and sieve on to a board. Make
hole In centre, and put in sugar,
eggs and flaveiningi. Mix mto
a dough. On top Ol
place white c.ese. butter cut
Into ptecis Hncl) ehopp*
ouKinas. .uni- ;lrnT"d- ,.nd
mixed cut peel. Mix to line
Hough on (>oard Shape into a
rectangle and liin one edge
over to within one inch of
other edge. Giease a tin nd
cneer the grease either wlt
flour or gre uw-proofed paper.
Put dough on this and bake
for 70- So minutes in medium
o-wajB. When cooked paint with
melted butter and decorate with
iilog suiiar Cast as cake or
Urrent loaf.
Thick repper Cal.e
375 gramms of dark *i< rk
125 gramms ..'
2 lableepoons lard
1 teaspoon rmunri el*v
pinch of ground guuer
lunch of white pepper
0 gramms mixed peel
1 teaspoon almond flavourinx
lemon flavouring to I
500 gramms plain flour
I dessertspoon baking* powdr-
4 tablespoons milk
few almonds for decoration
Put treacle. nigH BBbJ lard
altogether and melt When
Dffgny cold aUi '" tevouringa
Cnok Bai anas'' ror them.
Peel bananas, divide lengthwise
and cut -.,. h -trip in half. Soak
Uttsg ima or ruin
. and audar. Dip in
!nk batter, nrj instil aalgton
brown, dredge with sugar to
erbich .. little vanilla powdei has
been added, and tickle up with a
I of rum and sugai.
And Now For A Drink:
\ h m slaw of the toatinm
/Ou will need to ser\e a punch
or .. (ruit CUtt. Recipe for a
f>0yieal I'unch |g as follows
2 wineglasses rum
of thfal lemnn
rind
ir..-.;' ... gjn up
' pint cnis'>
g httic grab i nul ...
To make gynga take -t
Iunt water Hj lb lump suxar
malte- quantitic* if
desiied) and flavouring essence.
Dissolve Uffjai in water, brtrut
to l>"il when dissolved, simmer
for four minutes. Shake all
above ingredients together and
i .1 ma-
ll y U t>refer a non-alcohol|g
imk try Snow Cocktail:
1 Kill strained grapefruH
Juice
1 gill strained orange juice
2 heaped tablespoons USpM
It, gills water
1 large tumbler crushed Ice
? unbeaten egg whites
Dissolve sugar in water, bring
to boll, simmer Tor five minutes
Chill. Add fruit jutees. place
in a screw top jar with ice and
egg whites and shake well for
five minute*. Serve
u kepi to the well triad
favr.unte-. the traditional Christ-
mas aBasfjiagl
There are few things to whicn
t-aeh country, m its own way.
a'Uehes more tradition thiin to
The Chri-dmns menu. But wilh-
Hit breaking violently with
; laoitmn, wouldn't something
new. pei haps an idea from
abroad add spire to the occa-
sion"
I*: in- cosmopolitan flavour,
-onic of the following continen-
t.1*! and American ideas Br
bssjas) Bbeail your originality
slick la IMC original names
Italy
ZAKAGIJONE. an unueuaa
sherry based drink. For two por-
thsag vou wilt need:
3 -eg T"1ks
1-2 tablespoon* -ugar
2 half eggshellful- sheer\ (or
Marsala or Madeira)
Beat yolks thick, add ugar
and beat until hissolved.
herry in half egg-
shell and warm slightly. Aral
to egg volks and heat over
barely simmering water until
thickened and very light
Turn inln serving glasses and?
top with a dash of cinnamon.
Another favourite of the Ital-
ian housewife U COTOf.ETTA
AM.A MILANESE (veal cut-
let* dipped in whipped eea>
-notheted with bread crumbs
and fried.


SUNDAY, DKl I miii H 14. 1952
CHRISTMAS BOPPLORNT
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I-AGE SIX
CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1932
w THE NEW JERUSALEM
**
\
By Wonka (Dsthn
JUST FOR ONE DAY in the year, Ihc hiith barbed
wire ili.it tuts the Holy City in two is pushed aside and
Jew and Arab forget their hatred, and the two sectors ol
Jerusalem, modern and Jewish in the one side, ancient
and Arab on the other, are joined.
. ,,r r*.und, Arab Lefloii In TV*
w ml i " C""*"JS
. iad-dre5ei, and corps u to'.* i". the Gieea
.
. ,ur*d ullenU Brj In the
acres,
tha mu i *><
..'.-...
- l
Bothlebi
j Novembc
All iti**
jlar corps are In diplomatic
Iress. Ti" U glitter

annual ,'i
i l~unh'rSoDrt "raUl SSTio*TJSS&
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ll
, of P.I-
'
they

of the



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merry

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seta out


we
S
jfitf /. U\U&biUUA
\ flfffTfTlff ni fi* Ant Nnti h kit] Beaks Lm-
ln.il | mnuul'd riHllWn tuil-ith- M Mrplifii-
(.ate lonklna li>..rds Hi. Mount ol OttVM in ui.n-sllul
( till re h IVileilinr. ( hurchrs MM in the BSetWO are Ihc BMMUI
(lithndn* Church (In ero\c of |MM>. Mi h.wcr. ih>- t luir. h
of All Nation*, rrpul d lo be frn Ird over the Ciariiru <.l
QCtMMMM. In II U nedirbicd the rock un uliu li (Int-i
ii: jti-tl on Hie nlclil He Ml bitrav-d by Juri-u. to the Konun
Transfiguration; orphan children
Jn the care of religious orders; the
elderly, maimed and weak of the
Chi bin." charitable hwUtutton
in Jerusalem. With them are the
hundreds of Israel's I
Arabs living In the villages of
GalUlee for whom Christmas Is
the one occasion on which thi %
i.in n.tit members of then
families '<>n the other side.'
But in twenty-four hours the
make-believe peace comes abrupt-
ly to an end. The but straggler
ii pushed unc Israel nnd the high barbed wire
barriers ar. rotted back ll I
Once again Ai.ib Legion guards
and Israel soldiers stare sullenly
1 each other PCTOM Ufc*fl
. iYa land.
444***444
Buried-Treasure
Men Work At The
Tower
Mil KM \\ MOftl THAN
-|l\KI I II
infatma-


.: the time of Charles ll
lion, Bec-


made i>v


of a cer-
< >urs aro



modern device, Induail
jownller,
bo I i ..i Tin

Uon and ii i. ,
arrested In Holland, and executed
in 1662.
| s today Chrtstii
* tntl as she
fthet arrange so,me
Bowora on the table.
pUed her mother.
,,i
,:,. before Christmas, is called
i Tomon ow will
in
Ann ' Claus be
i ..i jn d I met
< \ -.,i,i rnoQMV, he will
bring tha preaenta thi
nnd I MUM you to invite two nt
your irlen at o'clock.
Santu will give them present*
too"
Molhei WMl "ii arranging the
r nut JaMt watched her
| ruliy. Then m
M'imim. i it true that Santa
CJ( | ma* down the chiinr.e>*"
"Some people say so." answer-
ed the mother, "Others m> he
comes through the keyhole.
Mi- WOUM have to be very
mall to gel through the keyhole
ami nil presents would have to be
m ill loof ObJ Janet.
1 don't know." replied mother,
perhaps he can make himself and
hi- j.....':' '''1 "i >' !"' ',;
he wishes. Anyway, go and tell
Betiv and Ann to be here at ex-
actly t\\e o'clock this evening
Janet skipped joyfully ouMde or-.
hi-i WO) to Invite her friend-..
When sin- passed Mary's house.
she saw Mary al) dressed standing
on th<- *teps.
** am going into town M.i.
J lolil J*Mt, Mummy is go-
ing to let me pick out tha doll
I wan: I am K" Mj t" puk Ml I
Dip one "'
*'I am not roitik into lown."
aid Janel, "but Santa Is coming
to OUT house m Hvo thli I
Mary who was eicru
and felt herself quite
old \ raw old Janw I ml
Clau-'! There t* no
Santa CbUW, I' l ) Ul tathot ind
l>o you think
i ... ,
many pc>ple in .1 short
.1 met Ihougtii .1 little l
\ v waj, nnannu
Uw ond Btirj 1
I o'doch to
1 ii he will
. a and I am going to tell

u/lt*i thai Janet 1
Utxun
And and Betty were quite ex-
ta Claus
M "ii time.
When Janet went back home.
her mother. "Munmn
. I
U mummy
and daddy. 1 lhre .1 Sanla
iitnmy? '
'Well, dear" replied the
mother, 'if you believe that
there is a Sanla Cl.ius. you will
m him. But it la tuna thai you
to bed and nast DM .1
time. You've had a bu
ing."
At half past four the evening,
Janet was dressed and waiting
for Santa Claus. "Where is Dad-
dy?" she asked.
"Ha is down it the ofltOO. Ho.
won't be home until late to-night
Everybody is very busy at
Christmas," replied her mother
Til go and see if Ann and Bet- !
ly are ready," suggested Janet
'Yes." ajgreed her mother, and
Janet went to call her friends
+444*44*4
AT FIVE O'CLOCK three ex-!
c ted children gathered at
Janets nouse. The clock began to
Mrike one, two, three, four
and on the fifth stroke, the door
OPened and In Vcpped Santa
Claus himself. He hod his |oni
White heard if he had cut It
since last Christmas. It had grown
hack agnin nnd was as long and
M everhis coat was
1 rttnl red and on his back he nad
a big sock.
"Good evening S.Hit.i: CTM
..iB'l Ann uid Betty, as they
had been told to <|o. And. before
the children ttiuld s;tl .mother
i .- I [Ml,,
in earh girl's hand, lie then said.
1 have rnam other children to
BO 10 thi. evtauw, my dears, ao
I can't aiay ,in\ longer. Cfocnlbve
and MERHY ChriMmas.' and was
through (he door like a bird.
When D eame home from
Janet told him of
Santa's vi*'i and said that she
was not going to open her pres-
1 ChriatnaMi.
Daddy,
rou when Santa
ere?"
t the otiieo. Aear,' re-
lather.
'Do vou stag barefooted m Uw
office, D
1
Why do v.
Daddy." said

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CHRISTMAS SrPPI.KMF.NT
SI'MIAY. IIKCKMHKK II. I52
Spacemen Rediscover Christmas
B) sokmxn BMMfl premti, m
r, Earth and '.' I carols. Wc are all
thnr astral of g."o,i -i>'
the day after 'Tlut'i tight dear, you've net
Father had I ;ped the id**
i ..-....
tu adjust- "Because of the revolution.
" i .n the To show thai Dig brother's gone
[father *s ehowta We did
r snapshots to hi gi tad- av/ay with though) oontroUera
: these." he told Th'n radio travel. Then news-
Eh ehlld '.hrugh peak. Th.:. km. Just
-ereo-tele-viewer*, "are some as we brought back iliMdng, Mad
i mysell on art. and sport, and lipstitk. And
Eve, It was a now Chi. '
tmu Kvc for

et .1 li-iiK time ago--it
v."jb In the year 2132.
In. wapehotl showed the
toured scene. In the
i background was a glittering
Heaped under-
i e-th were loads of gally-coverco
it was a sleigh
*li ., couple of reindeer har-
nessed t it 1 lM ground wai
'ivered with now but that
i x.k.d art
The youngest of the family
rnall.v asked "Hut grandpa, what
were you all dntngjf'
Intjtar settled down into
hts seat, while the family
gathered around him. and
he said though he couldtVt
how often he'd said
Well. I'll tel'
you. "At tho time, we were up on
i < nine out to (,
Planet, your Iffandmother A ,, ,, ...,,.
..no I. M pioneers to the first 5Up.(OSr nP im,aIlI t ,. klll(,
Wo left t+w- Od Earth Byl Y doni kno._when lnmk
daya of Big Brother and of thc umimnX of stupidity on
H waned to come back to Eartn I'm vt-ry clad indeed that
1*01 up here Still, you've got U>
give them credit for trying.
"Why are they so stupid on
Firth'' John asked me.
Bo I told biro. They're not long-lived
C|N THE ii R Planet in were really * stupid, just amateurs at f1
* t,,-,. control, com? thing.". Living, for instance.
.nd the MWSpOOk BOd ' before the [{evolution they wi re
; I., to Uvo in a certain
okera. only "> under the old Hig Urothe-
m open radium-Are Si ydui Waanie They had to deetroy thai
Uhei to rook .-i "ul ci nl>
..it the planet l'*'t with knowledge of some ft*
*<8>S>*
IUST then John came into thc
room. We've opened the
cargo carrier.' he told me 'A lot
of Christmas stuffbut no snow.
I suppose we II have to do with
' our own home-Made snow, even
'.hough -v Cant get it quite white
And they've etnl the reindeer!'
'Oh y--s. Earth told me they
were coming What are they like
lO handle"'
Well. they l-wk like the
things on the old Christmas cards.
anyway '
' But why did lhal il
Ban end them up h< re
without de-germing tit-
" 'A note With the i-'indcer said
he thought it might
Christmas spirit if ho
< HKISfMAS 215Z: Shape at thing* te came.
other dimensional
***<%
ver ribbon and red and green
wrapping; of a package that had
come across from Earth. When I
aaw what was in it. I shouted in
nt. 'It's a ticket! A ticket
" 'Of course." sold the wise from th<
cherub. 'Human in the good jungle.' *fMi
If you see thc point of it,
Why don't some of \ou you might be able to help,' sug-
penple mainruultt B sted John hopofullyV 'You
t you an- really know help get tho others in the to Earth and a holiday there,
ntcrcsted. IX> you have an) feel- spirit of thc thing and all that.' Should Wc take it.'"
ngs about It?" Maybe you understand it better
W than *r do. If you're not doinj
E da indeed fcc a certain anything else, that is.'
We ,
i never doing anything
did not hear things, and
at l|.
(ran Old Berth not
I ehO, Then suddenly came
Ether. Qm
'. was looking up Big

'hought controllers hao
M< 1 rth


eni others. Lost
with a lot of technical
boat nil.
THAT ||
much n
expe-
poople
-.,
'Yes. of course, we can go
back there when wc like. 1
know, we'll go next ycaxfoo
Christmas.'
you people pi "I i lo bring yon 'Next year? Oh yes,' said
closer to one another this seems "Two days later, on Christmas your grandmother reflectively.
one i-f the most promising WV Bve, QrandAsOther stood trem- \ *From now on there wfP l>e one)
do, we think, um'.e-,tand your Muig with excitement while I every vcar. I never thought of
taw ieplid the materialisation worked my way through the sil- that.'""
point in your Christmas.
' Of all the forms of ritual that else
^W^M^K^

out, back- Living together &
OH no much intelligence when there
I eoplt
V fd ' 111 !' '
Mad and I knew
'habitants
..gain And the Inter-Planetary trying to matarlaUic in those
on) PI inat Natives.
mall Umld people who lived
'! n natural lire-span of sso years)
with deaoraUon bro ii Iruc- bad Bad into the jungle of the
ion leaflets for making Chrtet- Fourth. Fifth and Sixth Dimen-
sions. So they were Invisibly all
fc-ound us. the short-lived con-
querors, and only materialized to
shoot at us an inquisitive thought
or a deep and difficult comment
......,...k,. Ihr lu.kry. ;"'"'-> >" " >>nclou.-
.in1 i '->x with thc mysterious old .... K ... . ., .
lonf-IorloUtTI uam.-j, -Scotch and .1"*. lnh.blUt.ls. I said. II
t'..c.,c h.d .tt.v^l. >'ou " " . communicau. 1 m
sh.U-sh.pcd _,ui.lcd JS "1 '- "'* w--
Sa^*8*
wF,
' Then
Pace hip appeared in the sky
the planet.
'It's another cargo carrier
from Earth,' I said. I'll lietter
signal 11 in'
" 'Probably the Unset,' said
theff The tinsel we need
l .....hip; I said.
I in maybe, it's the Mistehr,is
rhr,sl-ir..*\ We've got to
learn the name correctly .mam'
Yes. v.- roerVe -aid- ihnt
I'll get it right next time.'
said grandmother.
" 'All right, now be quiet while
I luing the ship in and hi II -.
i ltd working at the
"Mary, the little girl who lived
ppt -,,i T..M i oonaa
in if I stay away from tin ceatfm
panel?' she aaked
:i- '.:-
hard Ploaae, if >
communicate v/.th
i*e in*4> something
and t ilk 1
" 'And. couldn't you miiterinl-
ize into Something really pretty.'
grandmother asked, and not
something hirrid ai vc.i
do"" A little winged rh.
d d ink your, That's
La ttai '
s
r lads
nounta,
Earth h
big
" 'We have been i
a ith aoma Interaal youi
i feaai
aasd thi, Cuptd-wlthout an.
I- it something
< Dd. I don'i ^
Iioh much you understand m
Ul spirit that BQ
Chi ' anlrrt. S
bringing Ii back in a W
.'. and niturally we are V
Whv of course you can darl- ii,une '" on this o agj
|B| -. Ld grandmother, Ik. you ", "" "PWt. And U.U mo', jg
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t
- faarnl ir all : villingjjn
H -nstigh. it saeow to ma tbat .i9
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CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
PAGE MNF
XMAS AND THE CHILD
3**iV!S{*JWW.WU
As Chiistmns tomes round path
year, many parent* are faced with
the question .is to the light or
wrong "1 keeping up ih<- hction of
Santa Claus Will the children.
(tbtj wonder) reaenl this decep-
tion as they grow older and find
out l.r tru-nc'K's mat Santa
Claus i* mil the flesh and blood
person they ihuuKht him to be,
but a figure of the imagination,
emulated to the Status of Mother
Goose, Peter Pan. Chi i.loph'i
Rtbin. and a host of otna R
the .hock of discovering, ttv.t
after all it is Daddy and Mum
who nil the stocking' and Mm
the tree. shake Iheir co
and spoil other ChrUtmasc* for
them?
Ufa WOrtd 0V01 line
; -l-.i . \ .< : i
lor centuries, and tortured theiu-
-!< with a feeling of gmlt as
the child asks. But Mummic is
He pMl ' And they p
To ihe unimaginative parent this
problem may present itself, but
who can recap-
lnM bvm i Boa*
past happy Christ mascs it is iust
no problem at all, foi Ihej know
that no one In thai) am
deru- a child the |o> of thi
f Santa Clau*
The itory of Santn Claus. Fath-
er Christmas, call him wh.d you
will, i- (he thrill, the poetry, the
I nutlet, of e;.ily child-
hood und it comes at a period in
.i child's life when lacl and fiction
are so interwoven in the child'**
mind as to be almost indistui-
.uisii.iIii-- Manj chfld, whou
life is not adjusted entii-h in Ins
liking, or whose human relation-
.bipt do not ruH Mnoothly, Saga
his imaginative lit.* .1 fi
c*c*pc. ami ., nfah VI
if tpmtomi
emolionn. emotions hi. h ight
otherwise it-main bottk
leacl unhappily 111 l.r
When things go wrong it it Teddv
Bear. Santa Claus. and ail the
Mother Gore familiars that come
to his rescue, to act as a buffer
between him and hai>h reality,
and what more charming person-
aid* could be find to help people
his imaginative life than Santa
anus* What more exciting thull.
ing or fa** mating story could
there be than that of Santa Claus
with his Itemdeer learn coming
01 ('In istmas vve lo lill I
ing. and bring that specially
longed foi doll 01
Y- many parent* will still
I it what of th" truth -sf
the Santa Claus story. How can
we insist on truthfulness in our
rMldr, and then practice this
deception ourselves"*"
But why be more
over the truth about Ban! I
r tha I r 1 .ties, or any
Of the Nursery Hhymr
v orry_ over the truth of the "Cow
d ov the Moon" "Lit
tie Jack llmnei"' "Old Mother
Hubburd" or ally of the wore of
other characters dear to the child."
drtalnlj not. nor do the children
analyze OT eritici/e their truth or
)us1 take the in
nted
\ lAg normal child grows'-'d-
ei. lie will -ii*i 1 asUy an |
DfOia the belli -
I flesh and blood person into in.'

as Mumnne and Daidd) p
barai lei and as real in
all our lives as Shc.h-k Holme-.
Mr Pickwick. Imie Mi
Donald the Duck or any ..f if*
.1 I,. 1 M
will, as invj older,
take a dcln lit in helplni
impersonate him. telling
younger brothers and
.-iii and in time lo his own
children, thus recapturing fm
himself, fin the barren altei
years) something of the lost thu 1
of childhood. Kveiv cfctt
be given the fun. the (MlCkx
anticipatory excitement M 1
ing the Santn ClMM game each
year, from Christmas Ere when
stockings are hung, the tree
trimmed, and the immortal poem
'The Night Before t ,
read: then to bed. to lie
Ing excitement determined t,
stay awake to catch a glimpse of
Santa Claua! t" next
with its toy of pn
nd -wets. 01
blessed childhood mernork
the Uld who can turn
unconsrlousK il ire them up. thus
providing himself with tli-
Ueta will nourish and
. : tM
him bare of all 1]
1
be allowed lo t,
Ing" w ihe
child.
As sck.'i as he a old enough 1 >
understand the fulli
meaning of ChltltmM should be
taught him, as told in U*
l! nhould be made to
S of that
Aral Chi i-'mi.i Da] ^ '
H>rn thai
u,s to-day. .,nd how the
-ailed on thai day when pisenu
ware green and cacetved Hera
again, some parents. K
have no religion- bcltal Uiem-
.-Hes. m.t, Iie.Ml.ite. WOndaTlUg
how they can impart tha
Id m Christmas to their chil-
dren when n means nothing to
I .
And once Man to the .. las
parsjnl thU should present I"1
pi Mean : every child, no mal-
t< 1 "hat huious be-
liefs, should be gi en the oppor-
tunity of religious knowledge, a
knowledge that may prow of
comfort to him In after years, and
w m caaa leave bun
Uon tu decide 'or hlmaaU
I .. guld-
en opportuuitv T. in 1 i.r
home many a leaeon to thatl
hildien. VOt It
(he family lie
>tionger. and eatKri ow are fun
and M-i*.*. in-.'i ii a
way that make us all
'-..'lii
their children in a practical way.
thought and generosity foi Others,
other ihildrcn lees for.
Mldron'
Ibsen. But a lat
a, li but
11.
rill
I
beyond childhood 1
ha lived by a Its fullest
eepeal 1 1.
|j and
1 others well and tiuU
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SINDAV. slKCr.MBKK 14. I52

Journey For Three
f,4iiHiiiiiiiMiiwinianiin&
Hv AWL UAI1I.LTT
antgg hags], well eome f:om a star
SOMEONE teulrasttj iT- If* -Are .- ree : then:* asked The glow f brighter u they
-a curbed the wn.- Mosskes And*** ssrela.wod drew towards a; el law they
tow miMMllllH mfflTrt touod herd, end ith free: cH#arult> turned e corner mod then wood
ii 'i liii nf Thl essrtair* end Peter rival 'till for a mwi'-i tapir* el what they elw.
It*, lb* darkened room- The on the tip. uf hu too learur., Th hed come to en open
bed. piece with wleced tutu, in
are ruraed 1 with.- M irns 1 .MlJ for the middle >d ell around them
: r"s*e t toy -nmy heve one w.-h it. the tht cliff-uk* walls of the build-
rkram under lie blanket* e* the whole cosjrte of Ite i-'vlune. end Ings were i- .. menng end spaik-
oelrt eir reached fl *** It lathed en* with that she ling end i-.:.rung with lights. ^
inree Umes deeply end then wee may be happy:- and he fell advertising everything under the WK
. beck on his heels and started run in ora.', and purple ar.d aa
SornW-e tiptoed round thd urwlancing again. green and i I. Nothing stayed 2
JM. m. hi nave a look and Monkey searched through his the tame ! a minute, the tW
Beckoned to another, who earftt ,. , w|adom. -| wish that ahc colours maul .ed and changed
5 LEATHER
ii.- the:--
down Between em tney Except just sometimes.- said ing fountains that glittered and .
Wheeled something large and Andrew softly, and his wish had bubbling glasses of wine. Names g|
heavy in through the doorttsd gone by. were written, winked and ther. as)
went away. There was eiWnet ^ lne tossed again in the vanished away; sss Monkey anc
for a momei I ''"* moonlight and murmured some- Peter and Andrew stared up al
dcaarsf 'h*'*" rhmg in her sleep lhe nrst two them their faces turned from
My down to ^le out of the door Tor a green to lilac, and from lilac to
-noment the finger tips of hci pink.
. mt outflung hand rested lightly on Ibt a moment Peter was tti'l
ton Andrew. Andrew, head. then, as she with amazement, gating-up at a
Y Tr row U 'he turned and drew it In again, he sea-green notice which said
", r,i ked up at w followed the others outside "SALLY DAY:" and then blink- M
.noonlnht and led up ^^ ,li|M ,,,rr Monkev ed and came on again
,e.t bad roU- across the slippers- hall and DAY SALLY DAY:
,., and a mounted each other, shoulders DAT!" Suddenly, like
'"i_.i^aM grinthat curved to unlock the front door Tbey me wheel himself, he was off HI
M lowered themselves Da. I I ami singing and bound-
GOODS
WALLETS. KEY CASES PURSES.
SETS
CIGARS. CIGARETTES
|! PIPES.
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bv YARDLKYS.
NEL. MORNY.
Finest Ciilocncs
s
MANICURE fi
i
SAI.I.Y _
V CHOCOLATES
was off
GOYA. HOUBIC'.ANT. CHAN- M
COTY. LENTHERIC ond the j


i ,. hair whenever ho lowered ihemselves backward! leaping ana tinging and oouna- =
i!!.ed hi" lie i'lmbe Jigged to down the front Ntcps and at last ln in the ttr, tfl the colour! M
.... he were dnc- they were nit in the street. "I 'he lights reflecting in the an

old that
. mom H
t'SEI) to
'vJ.^tahad "r thew ItrfW-
,\ iv:.-. -net Itafl-fCd to U.
found nis lonj, hie v*r> "*",-
had nan. in"
..hng hu
M.cm.
SomCr bit ult >i
ertod
um ju.-t
rant- more.
Mo l'---. luck wards! -jid
irn.y. "The queilion If,
hall we to*"
"Where the lights or. rM
Peter.
f l hwpital?" suggested
Ar.ilf.',
Monk*] wniLkicf, ii. hi
t.Urka of hi* button eyes.
wai too excited to notice when
m front of lhe other
two *udden.y parted, leaving a
free paasage to the theatre out-
PldO whu-h Ibty aagn st.tnding.
In attractive CIFT BOXES by CADBURY. FRY. 5
ROWNTREE. CRACKERSthe very finest in g
town mI
FOUNTAIN PENSAll the Best Makes X
SA
XMAS CARDS
A
Fine Selection
An
assortment
the Best
TONIC WINES
oi
* NIiltEW m a honey-
(V oured uiiir He had held hi- and thought hard
arms out -" often m greeting ..Wt> Iliugt |(t.t rlgh,
IALLY
cried .
rustled uvi
iml ovei _
over, aht'l coming out!"

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An Inspection of Our Stock will suggest
Manv Other Things

* Come in at Your Convenience
the
mat one of them had btilfened he ^^ ,.or __
Ud DOW '- "*'ld "" loii"'r potman or milkm
i"*" and bring us bad-," Ud
It wa. Mlifc. wi"> "-no" starteil n-solutelv down
HO looked at lhe heap of %UmL
norceil and then at U obJc- Thc houBe, towered abov
that -lood by lhe door. Me l&OQt. tnrm llke mountain, and thi
Ins h'-ad. pavement flowetl on like ;i rive __
4 m the moonlight Delighle.) with jj
Day. the dancer"
voleo, and the namt- ^
the crowd like the ar!
grass. "Thc show's ajj
' .1 ^
face thal rnoment she appeared. Her Wf,
cold hair wan as bright as the
| 1% , i huninOftnj tountaln and her
iMdUlM the g5 -*" sparkled with a
will find u* "undre



a
J l I l>S I III Ur.,,,1 S,,,.l'5
On Pat* 27
A bicyck". t... said. "!-* In the m.
I fe-.ed. That P-rcel wUh to .,

earner.*.
Our
harp edges
day U dune."
fhn looke.1 at each other
IhOtl heads.
she has given us
present-.-' ^aid Pclcr. M. n-yc
eared to look on the Md HOjl or
I fe.
that his shoes made
Dm tone. Pttet domed on ihooi
uf the others, hit. shadow jiggin
up and down on lhe l.nnp-po.-ss'
"Dancing and lights!"
med. but the others wenl
lowly, noi woiittai t
chance. Monkey climbed up
he a-iked
but the bed
by prmid-lnokirg toys
put nut their tongues at
the doorway or a humbler hou
Andrew. ..,
"And tr>e year berore
"Slioes In
Peter proudly and tapped
his own on the floor.
'Then open yOUT parcel
look, said Munk-y, and he
bul OBl) '" dram it out again
.,,(| BadefeJj H the dog inside snapped a-;
with "' wn*' ne thought was a rat. iff
They passed the lighted win-
and "lows of a shop, but it
< closing time; with u shud-
s whs- P.c, uowT.^ '^;s^xr?oy.:
*A stiV off tM Christmas m threepence each.
Tree' On. of the deco.al.om ^**jrjEH
that wen- led over. Juat as I because Peter was ih.
thought We we- forgotten *h., seemed lo know
.., the last moment and it was was going. Andrew and M
.,11 slie r.>uld And." Sadly
key and Andrew
their own stars
limply by their lii-scl strings
junk 'tall _
marked down gga
llred. ond K
nnly one jji
exploring and M|
... Mon- gave up thci
unwrapped ("Mowed him. Still
nd help tliem Mnging he was r..ak _
towards the reddish g'uw th.it
shone in the sky. and after
while U began to seem :. the
others that pei h..p thoy mivht "
fl wh.it they ,cr. looking for oaa
I
Step upstairs and see
TOYS, C.AMK.S. BOOKS.
1 MILKS. XMAS TREKS
IE. ORATIONS
he said
.here loo. Old Monkey
mated warmth from t!:i
nKht ii"*-. and her>
"ere hk'hls. he thought.
Are.
Monkey looked at
r, ii .
"Do we go or slay'"
Andrew squared up h ,,,,_, wr ,.
OttOUldera and ^poki deep from m,hl "<
in- i heal
I think wc should go." he said
grufllv. "Ren-
-TpMKY nodded. El>bm
l^-en the Broth.
Ion) of the i I*** the*
. ,,i (),., miild
had
A
NIllIKW
long lime now he had
noout Chrlttn
Um,-~ think I rthtlaj and he thought
.----. I. S _.... I.. Iinnii. II.. m," *.
, t hi ought to kno
to Insk Th
to sent., and hung shin


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TUG BOATS
MAKItLLS
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SUNDAY. DKIMHHt II. 1952
CHRISTMAS SlPPFFMFVf
- I h lh.il :tiis holdup was not
toUl lOH.' IllkpCClOl 1 S
Sharpe commented as he tang
that NO SALE sign on the cash
register and looked al the
dollar bill* in the drawer
What happened to the light"
|k ,1 Datccova Blandlng The
,l.ik had just screwed in a new.
l.ulh in the overhead light fixture
and u.ib now sweeping fragments
of bn hen glass into a corner.
*##**###
With a wry grlmmacc at Bland-
irj_. tin; clerk lud aside his broom i
and replied. 'The rtkkUD fellow
shot it out. | dropped behind the
counter when he came in Maybe
he wu drunk or maybe tM waa
one of those shooting gallery
Anyway, he tire-. ;
hot at the light Then he grabs
only ih,. ten spots in the cash
"il dashes out. I am too
frightened to chase the guy DO-
e.tuse he likes to U* his gun d
-,v wU I baa
target for the undoi laker? '
Sh.iri- i
ngte. You will mako I
lietlcr t;ir't fOl Otl D I
AUome) Coma ; 11 > 11 *i'"
What oaniB Bb btm '" re)eci
til. Clllk- vtMT> .(, HI "III.
PACiK KI.EVKN
''he Finest
SHOES
for the Whole
Family
.. , m rr
HKUM Ml *:
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H -u* dnpiv
,,* "1 *- -ill P
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In^.xsa i(.
If each of four Ml '
playwd the other three one the. k-
unnt, how '
mani .'.ni.es would ho pi
|v.4]il -1 pino- (UBS 1 .**< I
SHE IS TIIF OlKL IN THE STRAND TEABHOP WHO
BECAME A STAR
SHE won a beauty competition and went into British picture-- . .
JOAN RICE in the name. Bbe I* -.till under contract to J. Arlbiir Rank.
bat aba Is making a Bollywood Bin. "His Majesty o*K*efe," in the
FIJI Inlands with a Hollywood leading man. HURT LANCASTER
This I* Uir lint picture to amvn in London. Abont that sarong. T2
year old Joan Rice aayii: "Don't worry. I'm not going Into the Dorothy
Lamour line of Imsine**. I'll soon be back in more traditional draw."
1. T. K

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PACK TWELVE
t IIRISTM \S SUFPIEMENT
Sl'SDAY. DECEMBER 14. 193?
Why Trust A Man On Fashion?
By SYLVIA
TO A FILM I
. .
.
MM for yow to -rgue
'"'lgad by M-
yeer-old Sheila GrJham
'<* the film, 'pretty
W > n- n
In Pm

i h u i sparking the

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' thai.
'
pom i,

f union store*
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f Up

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on i
i
telp
I fa '"
. . ,
flt#lflffcl
1 fashion
in more
{hry
houtd look
Utpi kmab
PREDE RTCK
STARK E, i In fashion cosigner:
live about
i if I They run see
I kxik quite
!>l ltCl> "
Wi aafced CECIL, BEATON.
i ipher oi beautiful women
M .t.iifu) rfothtt; "Men axe
ii PCtlvt I : .-hiflfl. ..."
COUGH
f, hion busineas went WOMEN de-,.gn ft
Ha thought the "New war themselves On.
of which are picture "ho young and
\tral
others what they would
wholesale designer I know,
-vigna dreaaea foe
women who V
and outstre A hat de-
signer who t pretty,
dark, and French, de-
signs hats for women
who are pretty, dark,
and 1*1
So the moral seems
to be: GO to a woman.
If vou can find one. wh-i
looks baft I
Otherwise, trust a man
For he uill never mtnrl
how good you look He
^m- v"u ai
not as a competilo:
Spot
\ Yourself?
KNOW yourself, and
vou know your neigh-
bour . But how-
many women can hon-
estW define their own
temperamenU?
Marriage expert Dr.
| ...:,.. ft-, i<-f>r*
to p*oplr grouped Into
four types. Do you
yourself as
alar at the i>
- Blrer Line," \m i
i*i Ska baa four
Hrr latest dreas M
the aaiae roloar
Nate
her leopard aett. The
a w a are slotted
Ihnmxh In front and
fasten b< the elaw
STAR
SPOT
(ontri~ ,V
SANGUINE' That is.
enthusiastic hut chiinge-
;/nm of tntr i-wwn. .,
StTfS- ^ bW'
, ., ..s SANCI.1NE.
1, Ml mind Tclidf to tx
'' m -nl. hopeful A"""
niiiiw OH in iim i i oi sv-
oh iroTii?
w< RMfapN
A lour round the Top Eleven
all men. and member* of Lon-
don's high fashion warrenwould
haruly have I aallantry. which
Is good business, camouflages
ruth.
It Is 'his Women i
have a aurgical attitude to fash-
ion. They take our defects and
ihev ramouflage them; the* take
OUT good points and they highlight
them. That is m ve.y womanly
skin
But being It the fashionpar -
Ueularlv iK-imt 'motiK ihe Icadei-
of itdemands more than that
,lnd tends to he
V cheerful, hop'ful. eruict
fl -in mam respects he
" Is to be envied.
But just because he
has these pleasant ten-
dencies he may he
I ,: m
through rose tinted
glasses and not make
allowances for other:
whose temperamental
endowment ! toUtts
In his generally t.-nse stale, the
I i HOLIRIC temperament
-Ii in to demand iWOMlnfl
reforms, and may find It hard to
understand why the multitude
does not share his enthusiasm for
radical changes The woman who
(Ml It i ' i ir thing sM MJgpl
attemit is foredoomed to f.iilurt. "~~tim'*ei
am. who their! mk
anything i> tiu- I'HLEGMATIC mIso InontM the
type. well-lwrng of those
She flnda it exceedingly difficult The individual
in eonvtaca henatf ihat she can. hand-in-ha no vrltfa
i.v tn effort of win. tak( ctlon MELAnchomc. j
which will make her happier and misery to himself
i no.toil and around him.
who walks In his new book. "Ma'rust-
fear i> the and r>*edoi." Rich aid CoiM*i.
OUTCC
and to
of 12s i
all
Jkufa^*^ AGED AND MELLOWED
to corns to Mfou oa tJic Ckmsi
og fie* faction
***
HENNESSY
Jhc Shandy
that mads Qoanac
famouA
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SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1932
CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
PAGE THIRTEEN
ON VISIT TO KOREA
n '/( -Jiiivii .Himing Vtif'
v i
i*
%* Tin K(i\ | it ;;,
Mil cr with Ihust-
*,llidilrn values
MonuiUal tn
Halaasurabla
motoring.
Smooth Kitlmc
e linriaruliite Inlchor
Luxurious Comfort
I <......mie.il

All ihcsr ire potata worth noting whoa eonsMcrwg
liunliasiui; ear fthoVO >WgBj CM tint I will
lerve ymt fur into I future ....
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I tilted Malr. IT- Mil. in I i Dwl-ht II. Iw:iimii n ahow n \
with the "lop bras!" of ihr armed hirers in Korea al Seoul during Ills
II wm revealed that the President-elect arrii, ed in Korea l u.-il n Drr. 2. I
line arcaa, (onferred with Army and Nav* commanders .ml left for home
ABOVE U Mr Ebrniiower with two ..( Ihp hijh milltar* figure* with who
With Preldenl-elret Elsenhower are CM* Mark dark. Supreme <
East, and lien, Jame* A. Van Reel (right), <'anunader of the *th Arm).
he corlerred
imI lo Korea
ircd the front
*m he ronfrrred
nder In the Ear
gi
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Touch! CMCtl liuill tor hard labour mi
mad .nut in field . The I.mil IJnvcr is n Tractor,
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I'VCiK KOCKTKK.N
CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
SCNDAY, DECEMBER 14. 1932
BEAUTY
ON THE
BEACH
I. DOROTin HAKKLIl
i MDOsf,
II) tor the occn-
Lhe '..K-iMnt-llctl
room whet H tg

ng Ing the parade.
bandbox
frr- bn>ui[ht lo Blind a trousseau for
a you rut bride, or a wardrobe (or

Dg been a
favourite trick with I-ondon and
Pan* doolnien. And it was the
f tiu Hoiroclues col-
Littto bolero* cov-
I i Ran drMMB, and match-
Ing draics transformed play suits
I - e-bcach wear.
Newest way of iiukinn one out-
fit do the work of two was the
recipe lor aflcinoun-into-evening
..
Hi -Dttln^ afternoon dress.
in a black silk finished poplin.
'I > i -:uiK wear
i i . n y full ground-
fcvujth ... kirl (one in harle-
ouin-checkc-i orgnndic would be
new). hjkI Hie outfit it complete
In. 01 i ning.
the fan.....ta>
i popbna, ..nd dtoiro (it's
Klnj be the material!, other
Dries N||nUd for warm
Weather were nylon, silk Jersey,
t'.>n7,i I'ink was
one I Uona colour; in candy
trip) f. i i h wear In prim-
ed paltiin |.ji diessr* and
i
gr< ', i .nth. |jre;
white striped
. ">plln dresses
i po mi, plain.
pi ins, included
burnt tangerine coffai iimr
rrcn and
Two "adaptable" beach -tyio.
ted. Pint, BUn dress
i printed cotton. BukoaUy, H is
boned foi comfort and kirl
h.i Wknaaaaod pleaU which give
n AuJnaMj without bulMaaaj on
the hips. The wide stripes can be
n< Uigqwoiai and white, pink and
while. tan mid while, super-
< tchod bTaek
i
bolero (nol Uruatrati rl]
which ll Into an ufl
Ih. ti ... h OUtfll
. baa) h-uit with four
; pan shut, kirl and
The nialchmg
h 'i in shirt, fashionably
tOfll '! < i like a dress
and can .ni ovci the play-
th i layault'i strapless
I ,ii with 'lie skitt.
Mn.( fhihlotsiblo iceessory for
tin beach "ill Ik* the flngcr-
wi.kih button-through shirt, worn
Smartest in striped
got I rail copied 03 any-
>u be uunlly
i i
on ( farm oj down the
'.in uii.i the
i
with whii.- piping, UV
iHtJtICi'S FOST LiD}
Mamie Eisenhower
y TI&wbII foqsuu
her 8
NEW YORK
; i'-
Hi .tntl -ui
has said "Just call mo Mamie"
.. Fltkt Lady of the land,
l>oud Elicnhowci
She looks forward to the White
' one basic reason to
sei more of her husband there
than she baa since their return
She is fair, with lau^nlng blue
eyes, and her brown hair is gre> -
tog She tries to shun sweets
and cakes to keep her weight .it
itst 12 lbs She la 5 ft 4 in. tall.
She has worn her hair in a bans
lor 30 years"because 1 have a
very high forehead and they cut
it up." She has a "pert" nose and
short upper lip
She uses pale nail varnish ami
Wat n.ake-Up.
She speaks rapidly, smiles
ujiblv gestures gunerouslv and
bursts out frequently with Mv
Godfr< v
ottw
pin-
treamUned edition oi then tor-
... .it
Why is it that so aMAI "' bet*
-t, u bn isi u> tin world md
that the VOraga be,K-h-goer still
..
comfortable elothi
Peochweau1 doolgnari do not
ii before, comfort. None
,r thorn is leriouslj
that a beach should rooi
so. or tlno.' .hi it
look as if th<> had toppi
i M of .1 Rlossy magazine
(tha I.. lotno odnutodl] hav)
b to Hi's ofioct)
on the eosstrary, th
i i f .11 and fashion in
equal quantity. Beach-goers per-
taki this to heart.
i | Devon deal
! OWlng thru '
coUeetion. Thoy net
. nish fabrics and
fashion, and hsrVO ,'
Inmionce on curroal fa ta
is interpreted h\ I

| thi mo
shown 'hi '..l ... Th..' '
Victor Stiebel. well-known
i'[. Me mt n-
uvtod on ovorung dreaseo, and the
leading material
i.ttlein. .ind embossed vclvi-:
He retains nil Ufofwoneo (Of
the tiny waist, and the full kir:
held out by Ufl
n.ci. t a doflnito tondonay
porklo ond gU
..." ii- irint ii ito IBB
i hinootonc on ., Ivet mef and
nine with a miniature tf/re on
neat curls.
She says that in tbt

iume, of being an ItuU

entertaining pcople
and mooting poopso,'
She has a K" I
nd w.rmh' artedm-
...
i loan th.
I TV She '
made a speech, does m'
lo know poUlloa, im dislike^
publicity,
she will repbKO Mi^ Boas Tru-
man's bridge club in the White
House with double deck Canasta
sessions. She would rather play
Canasta than eat
She made close friends of Can-
esta playing Ruth Butcher, wife
oi t isenlio v, i wartime aide in
Britain, and Mary Allen, wife of
George Allen. (Allen, a butim-'
died The White House
Jester" because he could make his
old friend President Truman roar
at jokes. Now he probably will
be often at the White House to
make President Elsenhower roar.)
She getk along easily with otli'i
women an art learned on arni>
. army wives She is
not according to herself as good
a cook as her husband, whose
charcoal -broiled steaks with but-
ter .,nd garlic sauce are (umou-
Sh( *ill see that there is i
While House kitchvn nook where
make his equally' famii>
i-Kel
b|e
LEFT: Strapless sundress In printed poplin. Tbc bodice is boned for
comfort, and the nnprewtd pleat- girt fullness in the skirt
without bulkiness.
RKI1TT. Four piece beach outfit in candy sUieed cotton. Shirt and
skirt, with a two-piace play salt. Ths strapless top of the
pLysuit can bv worn with the -Urt.
vive Sunday niitb'
uppei m the White House an
'.i.oriakablv army poet custom
She UkOl orange juice and bek:
:. (oi breakfast, a sand-
wich or salad foi lumb. osuokon
or steak dinner
She will And a use for Truman's
White Housa pjano oho ployi bj
r-:ir for her own amusement only
Sn> w hoboloi "r special
ni
(She says Eisenhower and
Churchill compared notes on
painting, and adds: "Mr. Church-
Ill is good, but he has had in-
Ikc hasnt and he's
ond i fui." j
Her favourite pastime is Imbv-
1th her three grand-
children, li.v.d 4, Barbara Anne
3. Susan Elaine nine months.
ithor Major John Eisen-
i> in Korea
, when her iirst
11 d DwlgM wai ban
; r.i-.i i was her fin-
0 her DTOUbon dOOJl
* i of scarlet fever
: hour)
Shi married Lieutenant Dwight
on Jiils I. lfll (Her
. was IK.ud and her
, veU-to~doJ
I She is thrllty with a dollar a
habit learned og army posts often
I buys cloth' bv mail, ami handle-
nors %
' She like, black, dark blue, or
"because gayer col-
ouis don't d*i a thing for me."
She also loves fully pink knit-
[ted bfid-jack ' She choose- rosr and gTOOgi at.
ihei favourite colours for rooms
(and likes to decorate furniture
with yellow for sunlighl. (Her
(White House bedroom will be
I mauve when she movie there neat
.! i- igl f bul not for long.)
New in Barbados but very old in Holland
MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY
MILL-ions drink MILL beer

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XMAS TREES AND XMAfl TRIl
DECORATIONS.

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rtf, TOf B..kv Note Booh>.. Durif, HiQlea.
\ a H. Pragor Boosso, <.ilt stjiiner% l(<
Of] hi i.....nl hoxev (h|| Ho\es of goapfl
a rooflj line (iilt
DOI.I S IMIIIs DOI.LS
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IMIM, HOI SIS Ft RNITI Rl.
nsar Ml In AN i.\R1.y VISIT:
HI(IN(. tinvc. nit Kills Mini Y4M I
ROBERTS & CO.
(Showroom Upstairs)
High St
Dial 3301
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SUNDAY, DECKMBEB 14. 1952
CHRISTMAS Sl/PPl.KMKNT
PACK FIFTEEN
HOME, JAMES?
THE MASON LOCKWOOD PARTNERSHIP
IS SET FOR A REVIVAL -BY MR WILCOX
.9!
fcJOST .successful starring
partnership In British
films was that of JAMES
MASON and MAR(,\HM
LOCKWOOD m The
Wicked Lady.
It may nut have been Art
In the lultter sense: It was
certainly Box omcewith
record figures.
No* ll.tl.rrt Ulliot is plan-
the partnership
That U why lie
ha (
DTI *. .
The K
in
which
Lockwuod HU
ii i .
< i ,i n ,i
In l miie ol
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Miirltr'i
roniar.. I
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Harold
Conway's
SHOW
TALK
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ii Lockwood fllia
a'.-o
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V. : wortli
wa
Bo a means re-
in ; person-
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stood forret) '
it:. b1 two top screen stars.
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a big opporri::,
i
iiout Hie nonwi. .
UaH
THE HOLD-UP
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prlrrd from *3.0H and up
rat ml \ 1
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iu world premiere in 81c......
in a 8*i. 1
APr a deUv of moivii W<
End rehearsals for The L nw
Room do no: .ar* until Januar>
Tle culprit- ..:
na::-red one
lhirlhv Tulin Site h*.< her fir.:
starring role in the play; author
and iiLiiunrm.:
mdour towarda a 1
1 in on say sh
ae-re.* in the couniry
ou'd be :..r.e -o eotrosi
the role
80 they arc prepared
for HUM 1
Kwlth Olivier in The
. ... .-.
aiara engaged (or tlie p'.ay have
taken inter.111 Jobs while waiting.
too: Mary Jerrold (75 HV
month) and Valerie Taylor
Meanwhile productions o( The
Living Hoom are being pre-pared
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Bwwmrd I Klhta ih
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for Hie jmrt. i\ i
her amttda ura
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See Britain and Live
That's The Slogan Now
K> sfl I'lll.N KAI.MAR
\n AuMraiUn VWMB| Britain '' ?i n"pn" ~ lhnl <"uv
when the un did not shine nearly
.* th.it in Marly "U the day wu an cxcepliun
a iuvc lud no rather ihar. Ihi
partala; fuun i And the so-called haughty
patad stuck-up Briton? We found it
ru';i|>cr than ID difficult to travel more than IS
of tin- (.'outunlit minutes on any train baton
,ta>
HMyUj armed with food parcels.
raineonlK. umbrellas, and rubber
:, 111 Ham.
The m nit 1..: V;. wife put
on 3 lb. I myeir 7 lb. Id wafc&t
and took weeks to reduce to
normal, our rain-gear nearly
rotted away until the weather
raraki ""' V,CJ??a!L,Z\ -and taXhc'r P"-"1""1 wcrp ^'"fi told of the beautie.
It 1- true thl m did find me-.t of th- cuntryside
Well, thi
[ two month
use for OU1 l'"
; the tood
nd very much
Micr part
' 1
wan j. I
o- about to visit; about parts we
"> Just 'imply "had" I
k 1 place* to iro to and hotels to st-y
In.
We feel that it 1
10 MU BbOUl Bli 11,is t. an D
inatai xtent than is done al-
ready abroad. Every In- h
the urge to must go to Naples and dte-bul
only an infinitesimal mlnontt
knows that to see the
Wauty and wealth of 1
c-ne must come to Lpnd>>n .
The (v
is anil haa always bt
known, hut at Om


' promt day
feel a Mranger. unw .nglv reasonabl
could possibly have expected In as and butter
many years. dttles
To the average llnton it posti- 1,v* ,n a n*t
bly Bounds a (ai--fetched joke.
but to uM iverata travallar it is
reality I odj with the
bet of intenUonB tri to talk ywu
out of a visit to Britain. Reasons
brought foiwurd"
1. You will starve to death;
there I* DOthlng to eat In Britain.
ft, LaM em had a beauti-
ful Banner; "Tea both days .if
It." This, out-' yOU are
Bound* what It Ig I
but it is acup-ed literally by an .
astonishingly large DUmbei
Kple who
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gdom. An,) ,n the ma-
- most

"ILL, SEK YOU KM MY I1RKAMS"
Dn Di
-DONT BLAME MK Johnnie Hay
bfOOM MIST I).,k. KlImtMoi. ..,,.1 His |
Famous Orel*
HOLD MK CLOSE TO Y Billy EekstiiM
A FESTIVAL Off CAROLS" by the Choir
of Wcstnunsler Ahl'>
FOR THK VERY FIRST T1MK
Tony Martin
T SAW THREE SHIPS" Datinii Noble
Baiit'WH-
THE HOLY city Pmrt 1 a- ll
THK KENTUCKY MINSTRKLS
"KISS OF FOUR I'-illy Hull I ill
"WHEEL OF FOl Nl Bfllj Wfl
NEOEO SIMKITI'AI.S
| n rat*
Now available at
DA COSTA
& CO.. LTD.
ELECTRICAL DEPT.
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CHRISTMAS HI If HHMI1 III
Sl'NDAY. DEfFMBFR 14 IH.J
^i|Hii*^4%?^M44ilS13;sM*3MMM*M*3^5M*5HMMHM*f
After*Work Shoppers Boost
The Christmas Rush
ij OLuisn Satehsloh
S SHOPPERS have answered the six shooter The cost 30* ...
AW controversy about later shopping jeweller*.
P by packing the *torra be- Cashmere Again
a. twocn 5 p.m. and 6 p.m. IhJl week Cashmere for so long almost un-
Onc department selling gifli up ubuiinablc, is creeping back Into
Si 'o 12 reports that average taking* the market bill It is -till price?,
the lad hour*! opening hav
totalled a quarter of the tkini:>
/or the rest of the day.
Busiest departments foe thi
i those selling Chilst-
i')M card*, gift* and cosmetic..
The Dag*! Picnic
Al tlio Army and Navy Store-.
I saw a dog's plcpic basket 00m-
itocai with a feeding bowl, a
.ttle for water, and a tin for
d. and a rubber ball and ring
keep the dog amused. Cost.
>, .1
Aquuscutum
i>uiv casluncre for 11 11*.
Centre Piece
PMa Kobinson have scooped
out the deport m-nts which nor-
mally occupy the M
their store In Oxloiu, Cm
turned the space into I complete
Christmas Gift Counter. 11.n all
In one place you can And scarves,
Jewellery, bags, blouses, cosmetics
-all the gift Ideas.
We thought it would
people having to tramp round tho
The Masterpiece
of Watch
Craftsmanship
Vt
liin"r..l..ii,. Jeweller*
Farrlnss for pierced rars
l!",,1'"" E1*1'1" Carrlnns
Merlins SUver Ideality Bangles
Charm lit i, rl-i,
Rol Crown Derby Earring-. A Brooch sets
Hole* Cent* A ladles wrist watches
'aid Match straps
fiold rlurm. In all different shapes
t'nb.it Ponelaln Ash Trays A Cigarette Haider*
Btdru clocks
lli.. ComparU
Waterman | nunlain pen A IVnrll seta
o-nt. Krcmtf Tie Slides
Xmas Decorations
Br.irtx Potter Character*
CIiIim Ornaments
your Shop-jg
a pleasure jg

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ton from department to dep ul-
i buy him a ment an official said.
: jealous
LOUIS L.
27s
fat 4Jv 6d. yuu i
playpen in case he
thi> baby's.
Presenting Foxhunter
Next Monday, at Jacqm.u.
i>pcTs will tin.] s silk scarf, a
d square, called "Fox-hunter."
Printed on the scarf is a portrait
of the horse and pictures of his
exploits. The scarf costs 89s. t>d
and part of the proceeds from
each sale is being given to the fin ]'0s"
Olympic Equestrian Fund. Evening Bay
They 'saved' Nylons At the Royal Film show Vivien
Many stores are arranging a Leigh's evening bug aroused com-
"hosicry week next week and ment. It was pyramid-shaped,
promise that nylon* will bo easier with tho top fastened by a
to obtain Supplies are short, but jewelled circlet and a long looped
stocks have been saved for handle. It opened out into petals
Cht .<..., rather Uke a tulip. You can get
Frayed Edges? one like it In block velvet or gros-
Carpets which are fraying w grain at Fcnwicks fur 6'j gn&.
out can be repaired- Case into Table
Draughty?
Sensible idea for those who
feel the cold whep wearing a
i:.... gjntOah instead of a warm
winter coat has been devised b>
the Sheepskin Shop. It is called
an Infer ftir and is made oC
soft sheepskin and full lined
It goes under any full-length
coat or mackintosh and ro
and the edges stopped from
fin thi i fi .ivingwilh a new
m called Copydex
which costs 2s. M .i I
White* nd Self-
JAYLEY
Jewellers of Bolton Lane & Barbados Aquatic Gap
*i ,.'Ji ^7. K&J4& -. _\f *g-.^^ S . ^^"V^i St**-*. . ntt tt^. a_ui ^_
Many stores report a aurprising
run on picnic sets as presents. One
with a little more imagination
than most is in a plastic ra.se
whloh opens out to form
ridges. n |u| m VD|| ,.n)1 |tave ;. .
Space Men folded and net it as a tray. H
11 your gon or nephew la fen contains two vacuum flasks, four
of Dan Dare (I Due- tups and plates, sandwich box.
man w*h> udventurcs into apace), two screw-top jars and a milk
or of Jeff Ainolii (lie rldtg the bottle. There nre many colour*.
range) he had be! the including red. white and blue
new watches i,.. oil. with ft Conmatli.ii motif Imi
Each model has coloured i |
and ..% tn.
liros his my g;it> twice cth Worn i. i\>ivmi,|n iii-m.>
1 J< II
JOuuibi a 5$1a fan /Baby
I "inh A Hiusli Sell
Jtihnwn A John
1 iimhili ( lrtnln I
Bah) ith Reap Dkthea
Bab* him - Fork ala
VlaeUi itib. I'uwdrr i < .iii ^
He a
and tfihlA
sharp I..tier I tec or sled I in* "I.
A CI.4H
Blue Bird Toffee DMafggli ItM
54c. a S2.40
Marklntnh loflre llerorslrri tin-.
S1.37. etc.
Paeealrl >larthni.llwwv B.irln
Sugar > |i
Caley's l'rawford t'hwolales
Wallers I'.ii.i Toffee I>eeor.lrd
4*lb. tins
< .idImr. i lu.iul.it. i-lb. and
1-lb. Bo\r*
\lii... Moeklngs
Presentation Soap Ksthrr X'mss
Slid,
Mr
$i$lA got (Dad
3 "ardonis. Ollrlte. Srhles .ml
V Rolls Kaaaes
<( Fountain Ten and r>nrll Sets
\ Sha\ln< els In I.ealher Case.
*? Usurer Khsvins HaU
^ Hels
Wallets. Traj I'urse,
*i C'lsareue Cases and tUbirr-.
^ (:..'.u.. In Frrrntalk*n Bo^es
Duuhill. 4 omo< ji.d MarfeJr Piaes
tf Jsnuica Cigars
A Hair Brushes
7tHWWSHrMSfi5^S^
SigiA JOA
Jhs Jajnlfij
t all r* I rarkers
X mas Table loth, and Runner.
\'nu- tu llllet, T-hle and C.lsv.
Mats
rr-M-nUllim Tim ol Hiscult>
Tlirrnia. Aluminium Jug.
Thermo. Flasks
Presentation Buses ol thocelates
Cadhtin. I"r(. Rewaltu *a
Mairs
X'mss Trees and LUhts
Table I>ei oral ions
X'mss Hr.ipplnc Paper. Cord.
Tags. Seals. lloli>. Sprs>. It.
Qifu Of
mmd Charm
I BENCH PKRFI'MF.S
Ws l-.i.vln My Sin. Scandal.
A r pear rrelrxte
B (lurrlsinSlulimar. l/llrurr,
Blrn etc.
Mareel It... I...-Fenime, Meas-
v. Mn. etc.
t handNo. 3
Jean PatouJo>. Moment su-
preme. Amour Amour
( ii.> Knlesiou^. Surrender. Oan-
ger
WorthJe Revlrns. bans la fsult.
t oloanesYardl>>, AUInsnn. 4711.
Bourjols. Roger and (iallel
French Face Powder
Presentation SeU h Vardlei.
Mas Factor, C.ojo. rjuaaaajg,
Rlilwrd Hud Nt
A Wonderful range
of Exclusive Gifts
-by-
tll/ABIIH urn
t!...,. i lluhbard Ajrr
Mn) B*lh .....I Tollrl Snp
M*mv Talc- *nd Balh rod.r In
'. ni< iu. jMmlnr, Wrtmtk Pan.
Vrrbtm. SodBl'Md
Vanllj C*\r*. tomb and Hru.h
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CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
PAKE SEVENTEEN
THE SHOW MUST GO ON'
portamci W N I
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Um Um

hi i' five o'clock
An. i..,-.- rak MtabntloM, In-
i t.ikr place
i iftei Ihi tSm,
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i- Day, Box-
ink Daj and Um follow in Sat-
uraay Bui .is chrMmM Uib
n B Thursday Ihi
footl acldcd thai
chlbl Mull put) onlv twice m-
.! in tin..
daj
Bon i "Ki pla]Hi ill uiii
hi w travel Car Cram born
i i Bib bM Inataneo
will lay in Lancashire by t
ling up to Blackpool. They will
return bernc Um mm daj
Otben iioi to fortunate Men
I ircalfl (ih and Huddti
win hi vp CoMrtoon or
Iiouik ii. the I am. So they will
I ...>,......
Cardan1 will u
ai Newcaetlc. The Web
will leave borne oorij on i
KM Bei and wfl] i- tuek) if
they "arc back uefoic midnight
Ih* tallowing das Then CbnM-
DMM dinnn will probably be
taken through Wolverhampton.
to Christmas matches. AiteitdaiK-c
figures .ire higher than at oth*r
time-. At Sheffield last vear 61.-
'i0". mnarcd with an average of
41.000 (or the rest of the season,
witched fhe local darby between
the 3T
1 full -b
i .
93
' -
2,000
COLOURED
COMICS
FOR THE
CHILDREN

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I'AIII II
tin- SI "ii
klaal (.in Imt ih' Ki-k
JOHNSON'S STATIONERY
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gram above), find each year aro
faced with the probMin ol mov-
mit tin- companj ptaao to th.ii
spot Tl
changes hi (umlture .ibout the
floor. Ami this rear, to maki
matters l I IVer, who
never attends Uh
manded ih.a tin UxA.jm ba puf
in offlee < m thai ibe car. i i I
Each of the six looms which
the company rents connect! -'
shown above, and each of tlvc u*
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place <'t (umr.uic t
ntUM assune. i
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ACIK KIliHTEEN
The Racing Year In BarbadosJ rom page 3
fijunripal (jJujuyht JoA dqe find
diandkjap foaaiA
THE PERFECT XMAS GIF i
GRANTS WHISKY
ALWATS MELLOW ... AIMATS THE SAME
Hi ISIVMIIM, HOItSI Ml
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t\ ._j to this,
Abu Ah i ad won the A clan
sprint in In* style from Yiimwo.
wno it must be Mid v .
MM later went on to take
Handicap /rom a Arid
nh Landmark second
and Pepper Wine third Abu Ah
p 10 the promaM he
bad -hown m r cLis* earlier in i
eason
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On th< 111 |h i Novem- | .
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bin A bHHi Handi
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DOCTOR'S WIFE WINS PRIZE FOR EMBROIDERY
Ex-soldier
WILLIAM CKA.NT ft SONS LTD DIST1......GOTLAND
Available fain all BarogBlaail Daalaia"
STOKES Si HVNOE I.T1).
% ORIENTAL GOODS
51 DRESS GOODS
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KIDDIES B
COSTUME
JEWELLERY |
Elc. Far
(uild X * doctor a wife from Wat-
* Hngton. Oxfordshire, lias
won top prise in embroidery
!"signlng for the Coronation.
*.n invalid ex-gunner (rom
Forest Gate has been awarded
.1 consolation prlte.
The doctor's wife. Mrs. O. L
l*ruMott, used a llon-and-cTown
pattern The 1914-18 veteran
Mr T. W. Rhodes, of Osborm
(" '-I Forest Oat*, used the
Queen's yacht.
The Embroiderer* Oulld. wh'1
,>iii.Mirfd th competition
received 73 entries from alt
parts of Britain All were
cushion covers with a Coroni-
lion design, and the winning
designs will be used bv
embroiderers here and oversea*.
Hue and white
MM Truscoti K.-pi
embroiderers in mind irntfl
-ignmg her eow The lion-
and-crown pattern can oe
:i darning or drawn-
tabttt -.'itches by beginner. >r
applique by u
it cool i b vorted in
"i-rlted gingham
It .. a round cushion so the
design must appear
'rum ..ny ant- -i:d Mn
Truacott "The <>:.
pale blue and w*ne
Hona and rn>v.ii- ini irweK
nnv '*> added tl del
Mn rranott '<< '- mot i
(ferji lo her loeal ''
Runner un to her in
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SHAWLS White Trimmed with Gold
NYLON HOSIERY
HAND BAGS All Shades and Shapes
EVENING BAGS
F.EDSPREADS
ASK
A Full Range of :
UNDERWEAR
BUY
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Sl'NDAY. DKCF.MBKK II. 1952
t HKIMMAN SUPPl.F.MFNT
PAOfc MNF.Thl M I
HM'3fc4^4Mt1^*t*Mtt^
OUI CoU* I toil iI Boofca
tat one" o rum.- in Iowa
w.ii ore have then to nil all
gn .mi! i istea, whether
youi hobby is collecttfuj
st imp-. Of lakinn pieliin-s
ii o hub will certainly revel
,ti the i Mki rou eaa cbjoooc
For them in <>lii hook simp.
both mi Broad Street and it
Greretoae, Balmoral Gap
tl I ioIbcUoh of Fountain
Pan and Pencils include all
the lamous nakcti such as
I *. r 1.-1-. Nw n, Waterman's.
Summit Con way Stewart.
Ksterhrook. Plalhpium and
Wvvern. And. of course.
what mafcaa better ift
than a Fountain Pen and
IVmil Set
\1>\\ here i- HllMlhll vs i- are
Mire you have not ion before!
A nylon bristle brush wild
leather pouch its hack which
holds a shaving set and cmh. and
its real leather too. We BUM have
the same real leather ruses wish
manicure sets, wallets, souvenir
Ota and sha\ini; BOtl
OIK C*if t boxes Of Sta ioner> ha\e to he seen to
be rviillv appreciated. There is nothing that
makes a more elegant _iii ai <'hristmas time and
ol course the boxes outlast the stalionerv and
therefore make useful items in the h bob foi
many a year.
How about those friends of yours who
play card nnws. Be it Bridge. Canasta.
or just ordinarx Patience we have the
cards and the vets to suit Ihem. Our
Canasta Sets especially are just win
the enthusiast requires and think of the
many happ> eveefan that yon and
your friends can spend together
Faff l.idics ..- 1. we haw the mos| atlrachw
compacts in a variety of styles and Um ones lot
vifHetl who are resident in the island at this
BOOaon will alwa>s remind Ihem of iheir x isit
here. For the men our cigarette eaves provide
a wide choice in taste
Arc vou the photographic or aiitogra
collector'.' Whichever you are y
will find our 1'boto Albums and An:
graph Albums are reallx smart a
attractive. We do not have to tell *
that pictures make the BOBl record
the life and times ol individuals
the many happy hours that can
spt-ut IrMikinc hark al old photograph
ADVOCATE
| STATIONERY


PAGE TWENTY
CllltlSTMXS SI -PIM.EMENT
-l M1A1 Dll I Mltl.lt II ItSl
4
jj THE ADVOCATE
I XMAS NUMBER
COMFET1TION
Win u IJ lb. '1'nrkrv ;! ."nmr tavemrMt1 Win**.
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111 this MUllll
Tin' I" laure < i ;ain a l*velj 19 lb Turke*
of Dr> tfonopofc C ....... ttlt of Gold Braid
Rum, boll -

M an competition.
111 Bach vi ..',', .....
pictu: in each advartiaement
(2) The* i Id lead M) to tht nl to which aach
particulai verae applies Ttw eorrecl will
therefore be either the name of the firm in the ad tnt oi
Iha name of nil- brand oi make ol lha >odi advert
U) Only one answer will, be found In each advertisement ami U
ii this issue ntUFit be con-

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Mate -
by lha Advw UMiig
inner <>f the
frfre all I he advertisements apfM
(4i The fa ution to all 98 elm s i
Manager ol the Barbados Advocate w
competition
t5> In the event oi no Omiuleielv correct eolutkm being opened the
highest numhai of forrect answers first opened will receive the
pri/i
<6) The competition closes l>erember 23rd. hI i p.m.
(7) Each entry must be accompanied by the coupon printed below.
(8) No entry without a coupon will be accepted.
Mere is an example to go by: Let us suppose that the clue was:
v "It's cooling, refreshing, just like a breeze,
And so you can use it. as much as you please."
i answer would be l.imacol from this advertisement. This example
bom not Imwewi exclude the Limacol advertisement in this issue from
lha competition.


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irmpUnfl j t tal pnK
liollur r,. ,i
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ADDRESS
I uyriv to abide by fh.- devttton of ihv Edit at ead
fuHiiy Manager of the Harbadut Ad-
Phone number (builni m home)
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SUNDAY DKCKMRKR II 1952
CHRISTMAS M TI'I.K.MKXT
PAGE TWINTT-ONI
A ROYAL JELLY-3AC HAT TURNS UP y%HWWMHYi*H*H**UHn**HH*h
Vs'.I,","' AMONG ALL THE SHOWPIECE TIARAS
By INNE EDWARDS
rpilfc tiM'M striking M
1 'i hum null- il niilrrflil
bf iht Royal I
For ilio Qwri and PrtDCM'
o,
in- mm- boindn r.n
ennui.an lour t(r. -
m^u lined haJ )' '
..-.'.
I :i one of the ne Jem
M| Ml .il H ,. \. i
The show iiary was W
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magnificent the price* *"'
high And il n
lai B** SlWUin (4 St I "I
at leas) Um*' ..\ed
shopping tour.
raiCfj 200
For here in sass i k
room at CUr.ilgc* whs il>r ork
DONT FORGE!
Rl Ml Mill R
ro
ALLEYNE ARTHUR'S
RUM
So Smooth '-
So Mellow I
Jr*tsaW
CMP and 300
%jH1
*>6 i Btreai
ran** or-r>
FICTt KKO on me un ax-
ball dresses bv M
Emti? udered **iT-sinii
utia with nun* jti-r!
Iliac utm siole ; and
coloured purr s.lB duchessc satin
with pleated bod ice and i*J
sweeping pane is of pleats.
INSI-T: Prince**: Iciu-tag hu<
TV FOOTNOTr. ; The U WptQ for TV la nh<
Ifef 'i. i:ill..|llil'.^ npimt-ni
Bhotiumph-d from above am'
the cameras lore-Ww>ilriiid lh"
elanderasi girls in londo-i into
squat lit'le wouin: C -
'Ik- ill..--. :: i <
IllOrtrtlrri bv
shu*
LolK'llU. *_ V **..
s It REALLY Best To |
iam IV?
till tffoq&A Julfohd
,. I III the
i. i tni centre <.f haters I ik he I
I tl ' i the temporary iiv
will
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The annex.- I
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raaenlial. RcflS will
,i . ,. tiflnfl roonu foi
quiet win
conch <-r
carriageoften
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Daaln purpose of the build mis t*
. am whdic iho various
procession* can be grouped in
it of sight from the con-
in the Abbey

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in tif the
ho when <

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(VUJUn iv
But p.: Mi IbounM
nor Mt. Ecclr* hat. studied
""" Wi! IV Ideas on corona-
. b can the)
Wllll-n, IV v >.
While the uMfulnc^s of
CUOol be denitd, P ' abolish coco
more open lo quertlon. allojMthar. He consulted the
On'/nv, miiU-lhe leading lawyer.
ttet back to 1831 when wr
WlUlSin IV was crowne.1
The* have all been
a] In appearan
Five So Far
without a
coronation on the gjrautld
mi- hu "a useless and Dl-Umtd
ith expense."
.( Golhh
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was adorned with some very utf)
and uncomfortable Gothic oak
lfishu|i\ KIlMI
A h) n ha wat a 1 tl at it was

...
For King Edward VII a f< '" batng lUaiad
I ..rmour were Introduced i'1' UaHf
'.i-fully posted against tbl When he s (old that
I inging in a fain alrm. < vative peers w..uld
phere of jousti. rhallcnges and boycotl the eerrmony in
Tor King Ge.*ge v " '"l>* M'd'
c was in the Tudor ^mieipali from thai ureater
1.'., bunf with stamped lealhei Hd less
BraaOtir wa> supplement- beat.1
nl with ayeh weapons of war a- " UH*\ eoal f i Un
i.ihci and halberd.. '">" "f King William IV waa
40.000 10.000 less than we
I i n'.ii Slvle Brr P" auiwK. in
Al !Pe laM CoroeeUen the l**3 Watt <-iled M si

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annexe was simplvi. ik! tin
for next >e,.r might be >- -
dcscilbed as in Festival of ** We Were
Bnuiin style. A ribald clergy- When William IV deleted the
nuin once said thai the Brighton ....."'* the H-ll. thi> part
Pavihon made him think that SL went likewise, and the annexe
Paul's had gone down lo the set !''wedl> shoddy sul^titute for
and pupped Some might be ejt- * fcP^endours of Wesimmstet
eused for thinking lhat the ""1^ame into l#mg There
Kh<.au. of the South Bank build- would fceem to be a case for
ing>* ware now about to do the economising; on the annexe and
I thing in Bnwi Sanctuary, revelling lo the processional
(*.. ernmenU and Ministers an angomenl* which existed
itching in these matters Iwic- "the Half-Crownat
IgstkUgtl
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Boya n>ol kits
.i d;mil\ si/c lo
^^ i.fI. v\ th iiuloois
..i eul $.1.31
HRCHANK M DOLLfl
a brolhei i<<
Ittef -:iit loi n n
Sj|asSS
;,. zllarlxufos Co-Op Cotton Factory Ltd. |
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graaitd ainee the dbys .....
Government called In an under- "rtora No doubt the experts


PACE TWENTY-TWO
CHRISTMAS SUPPLEMENT
SUNDAY. DECEMBER II. 1932
The Christmas Tree That Sang
Far mirth of the tropic*, ChrUtf-
mas tree-
times grow In

In the wide Of*
I
month of December, m ll I > -
lies who have no young Tir tree-;
In their iMi'ihn. go out into lh'
rountry |
nd straight with strong
Ik William FbRBI SteffUl
ten danc I pad the**
C this was the first time
they had ever known a real. Ilvo
Christmas tree in their home.
Do you think it will be nrong
enough to carry al1 "'"* P'Mcnts"*"
asked Hicky. doubtfu
once he had l | a
are two
I wonderful Gifts
.oin Santa wou
Chrtftmai presents. Bofl ''>' "And my pram, mummy
too tall to bo tain lutae Uia w'" ll * too ifi 'r *"
house and If they're In the gar- Jmet ran to her mother with anx-
.... ious eyes,
ling, colound i cbiUrau wara told thai
that they ua not ordinary :
but real Christmas tra) 'ys at the foot of the tree and
11; i .lUni! I put the light
that ml one Of a BJTOUp M
that grew dOM togatl I
n green rora t. They w<
and too heavy lo be taken away
i wan |um left
No ana from tba new ta
was growing up nearby ever
thought Of going Into the woods
d i
any roung treat hidden In the
depths And if they
would have .scoffed at the little.
ragged Fir tree that Ricky and
' ''icy went
for a summer picnic. They told
their parents about the funnv lit-
tle tree and their daddv walked
over and looked at It.
"It has not had very much gun
and perhaps something has eaten
into the roots." he said. "Anyway,
we'll dig it up and make room for
it In our garden. Maybe it will
be strung enough tin Ml
be your first real Chris- m I
So that's what they d
who was seven, helped to d>g up
the htlle tree, and Jam t. who
was five, carried it gent! |
mummy, out of the deep woods
and down the road to tba garden
of their new home.
Bun enough, with careful look-
ing after and all sort* of things
put into the soil round the roots
Ricky said it was like giving u
a dally dose of medicinethe tree
began to grow and look less rag-
ged. Daddy said they would reed
to puf it in a big pot before
Christmas or maybe the winter
cold would make the ground too
hard for them lo lift it out
They rontinued to fuss and lake
care ..r their little tree Just like
nn old woman with hei I
dy said. Then Deeeanbei i
to Rica? and Janet tint ( mid
mean only one |]
"Oh, daddy, U V
into the hoUM I
"Mummy,
if
tee the I
oranches. The da]
1 up with
parkllng dMOgat
tree a covering that looked like
snow to match the heavy unite
nlaiiket that had blown across
dad that
the little tree was DM
to the cold outside. But I
the snow; (or in th:
country where Santa 00H
sleigh, there would I P
nothing for runnen
MTOBiand th* D

tiis trip till the New
V. 11
The night before Christinas
moat exciting night the
mi. They
had ah: their tea
.1 ken hi '"no eating
par, They cnui I no)
from the little
-
now so straight and proud of its
and bells and
Ml Ai i vary, rery proud, the
children thought, of the thick
-'
. nd round the foot of
I

after tl
,ut in case he

1 -heir tree
Wouldn't it
1 an awful th:'
Ricky
I
It would -til! I hidden in the
sould have
had to ask Santa to put our par-
b kn\gjust

Janet said. "Is it all ready now.
Is a all ready for

I down at
. n Had. They
|] For I moment. Hicky
turning for a
last look at tha tree. His brow
. tnd he was Ihink-
l mother caught I
and smil-d at daddy: "You know,
H is that Rlckyl
trying to remembei""
1 know.
He will llnd it In the right place
in the morning!"
or oouna the ehUdran had no
.1. ol '
[king BDOUt They began
their pr.iycts and tiled to "'-
member to pray lor all the ihlld-
I I

Bui why, mummy.
1 " doeanl Bai '.i .... to i vei i
- and If
Ricky got mixed up with his
prayan and railways and the
1
and if Janet fall asleep before
lh had properly started, then
there were | lot ,,f children like
1 ; Jan.- ..]i over the
world, doing the same. . .
It seemed to Ricky thai tha
sweet music he heard camo into
ad he r il Id his head.

and they both sat ,uj and U U 0) .1.
"Why! It's coming from our
Rickv whis-
perad They heard a choir that
sounded like ai..
ini! all the aalOll thai '
ren had l< boo] and
si.i\! at home r n.< on!" said
Kicky, quickly-,
bay hur-
ried to the door of thi- iving-
roorn wi. ... I hear
Herald Angels Sing"
...... 1 11.side, their
v big and round with
r of what they saw.
They could not BM the coloured
on tho
' liver mist
where once then- had been the
eottoo-arooi snow. And using
.straight up out ol tha
the top of Ihelr treeand on t),c-
vary lop o| that, w that it look-
ed to Ricky and Janet as if it
'Lot -.. Janet, its the Star
that's what I was trying to re-
member to-night'" As they
nd listened, there came
the glad singing of 'Noel,* and
the lig^t of the moon,
the childi
lifted their faces to the brilliance
On Pace

I

3? for Xmas and throughout
the coming Year
I ,/l refrigerator oottle full of
^ injQCol '/' mount*
I loifel lotion of the K^artnbvan
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SUNDAY, 1' I c i mi:i i; H. ijj
CHRISTMAS HIFPUMENt
P.Uifc TWKNTV-TIIKK
White Lady
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.1 last lh
I
II roptrd .
in. k' d .ml
[atlrrnrd
-I.Ik,,. half
MU.tKKI Lot K WUUU
dauihu-r Tool* show ihrlr new parti
frock*. Mar^r-i ..niini.iH* wore a gown
in white U.e oer white UflYla for brr rirw
Nhn. "Trrni* I >*l (W." Now *he iw- .....
i bbua tore tin Mack laAVU ; Ihc nrrkllne la
Id let and ermui beading loots'* fro ihlte tare over -h.i- uBtU. and an* wrara a
band. BTaVNOTI Martin-' Lo d oewn no
her lop laahea n.ik up thr lower one* nly
*1 S '. ;>-1Mll.
I vk PBRRICK
"I'm
Mwiw 1
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1 lh. In ta-tID (or America'*

Lit. st ----"
Thtv .,,
1 Miv ii. n m mini
worker with ih.- borneb look
.' Mr. p. V. Bawo.li .
li-maliorail public figure with the
Home look
3 Mr*. Harr\ S Truman the
woman fri m M i wfth ih<-
look.
Mdinlc Eisenhower will IU In -H
ni;ht wb . i
Mouai
l.inti ii y IF. *>.
Clock Stopper
AMSWn in .......ilnuti
1 o i in ti H ii| Ann. Matilda
h.i ii,.- purchaMd dm 'i thoae
n.Ki.Hiish.- CMCkl without ttf-
arc bin dola in place
..i tin- ibbmj hour >>inbois tnd
check Una- w Indlrata quartet and
half hum.
Vim' . Ii-il .
npi-it by fast.
: i
ml H moim to ., Ukn to Then you baooani iw*n thai
you're looking into a big minoi
at the reflection oi Um dock raw
What time ia it actually''
Com/brrQMl
I* ../...< ....
II It J>tt,irlt"
if
lir*lj peroue
Up of "AlHion. of boj
ir.clii.iitrbfaiba"
uh
lhelJ> B......at
In h-.t "Khfi nd lemi-rau ii
cold, li'i hrgiaofc aadganafi
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ai.i:
I 0OW-DING 4*IAI*^ t I**OiNb
CO. I ID.
ECKSTEIN BROS a. >itcr DisTaiiUTORs.

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A
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CHRISTMAS j
TRADITION
that has been observed
lor many years, and that
slill continues lo Ihe pros
en! day-
A GRAND OLD CUSTOM &
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TURKEY and HAM
AND_

; aiitboriti** arc expected to take a hand In correcting
m Mfflh certi&ote of Un-yeaiold John Morrla, of Blackpool. Ac-
cordlnf to hla certiflcte, be U llvln 660 yearx In tte future.
Far whan John araa bora a pnaoner in Okaiuri Jail, Stanapore in
19*2. the Japinoe offldal made out tha certificate In term* of the
Japanese calendar and dated It "Jane 3. 2602".
Now hli mother. Mr* Maryw Bradley- *tt haN"remarried mce
wanU the data recufled Bui it may not be so Unpla. Boaier>t lloaae
officials in Londou cannot help. Singapore ha< it* own reRi-traUon
law*, and Mir Biadley U underMood to be applying to the author!-
M-; there.
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r.W.V. TWINTYKHK
CHRISTMAS SITPI.KMINT
BVNDAT DBCBMBBI
Mrs. Kirk Takes The Hairpins Off
Enough to tempt a saint
even Santa 1
M
Mackintosh's
QoaUttj Street
A OEUCIOUS AS$0R1MN! OF IO*K(S & CmOCOLAUS
|
ent to Moscow (1049)
to kaap
powan "i eril
i | high, as
,i ..i the new
Ambassador, Almit.il
Kirk Now ihe hat
.
\: mow had

i in.-
I
liked h.i and found
iir dyed
. Ul ir.ihog.iii;
I
O Uw former
nbaiiador to
AimiK.m buildings
like large box

Mrs. Kirk, who Im.i used tip
all her kindness on Mine Vi -
hinsky, contented herself by
i.
hat of cabl.i;< ft
Ionk~d like a provincial Indv at-
tending her s.m's weeding rn(
UMt iho ate pMtriO 'i'llnidiii.'
her little finger in the most re-
ttntd DOMlbto way.
. ring Mi k h
look occasion to ask U
bin .
had learned ..! fogUab hi Mils-
i "
CHB0BO1 MAIXOI.N twnuoM
row '(!> i Jm answer.
t.. no abroad
Thai would be
it would, >....
. k
.: .
i'.i-s it had been
loo much.
Now Rm ..... on
old writ*
.i volume, itDi very nearly doe^

n which

again; U
if


Kirk is
do not
ippear U> be gt' '
For. with -socialised modicir.e
to the ii.nth degree,"
*
xl-tl.ii;. English nursing
home." Could condemnation go
further?
Y it, m spite of It all. tho
Fall ol !:.itely to die
lib .lies. Mrs Kirk gives il up:
They are they must be a
tough people."
Mm Kirk m equally obscrv-
ml whoa the acnes to daacribe
c i tcapbon
"The horde* had Mien on the
nipper tables l took off my
i put them
in my bag no use losing any-
thing In th..t mob Th> n
houldsa .mil a cordial
yko" -
i Klri had met
Ok dress
reminiscent in style and eul <>'
I I Aunt Fanny who died
In 1920.
I '.hue aramjrko, Mrs.
Kirk's eyes passes on to take nt
Marshall Budenny "Uisstng down
glass after glass." Hut U
ior the American conlindent Ui
quit Mii> reception. "Dad" (Ad-
mii I Kirk) "had told us warsj
all t.. leave after 45 nvnules. the
tame length of time the Soviets
flayed at our reception., our
ware ijrnchin

Kirk doubt* n '
were \* II down In tin |
But her )ast thought was one of
risterly solitude: "Fooi
must be feeling- very
tired this morning "
Kirk tun.
iba dMp-Afssn BabUwti In iho
t nbasajr, out of order
ir (then
to be no
I dirm uMSai ol
laoaoow] the
ol Russian servants.
The. Br'ttih OoonaeUoi to
tells me Mat she baa |0 I tour
DU ids this year, the 1 u
wife, two. .. No hot
u..:er. '1 he furnace man was
homo, drunk.. The British are.
down to a second-rate, lot (of
arvmnta), except o>r their Bel-
gian fwK. who goes to bed with
i botl)> of cognac to consolo
i i baring come to Mos-
cow.. The Egyptian Mini t. |g
doing his own cooking "
Wiere do all the servants So?
To Siberia, if they are unlucky.
The cook at the N %
1 told by the auilun.'a j
-no must no longer work for for-
cked her bat's and left
for Siberia on lur own account.
"Voluntary emigration entitle*
. luaj to kaap his or her
pan port
To escape from the Mrvantt
i i. lln sanitation and the
' tnmuntii Part)
\merica attack*.I :.
I) Mn Kiii,
would, from time !" MB* -
tfoscow <>n one of llie fa........11
permitted to diplomats (48 hours'
Once she ventured its far at
Leningrad! room (dirtv and
bath (no hot water). M dollars
foi the afternoon. It was more
than she could bear "1 got Into
the train and went to sleep ex-
hausted by sheer rage."
World Copyright
The Christmas Tree That Sang
and daddy!" They rushed into
the hall and downstairs where
they opened the door into the
living-room. In the corner stood
the Christmas Tree, straight and
beautiful with red and gold and
blue and green balls and bells on
cotton-wool snow and glittering
with tinsel and all round the foot
were brightly coloured parcels.
Two of them were very big par-
cels.
But it was the silver Star, high
on the top of their Christmas
Tree that the children saw first;
and remembering, they stopped.
and for a brief moment, listened
. . Then, because they were
children, they reached out with
w hoops of delight for the
treasures in store.
Irom Page 22
f the Star above their Chris]
for this was Christmas
Morning, the Birthday of tho
Children's King.
When Ricky and Janet woke
up the sun was still low In the
sk>. "It's Christmas !" they cried.
"Christmas* Christmas! Merry
Christmas! Quickly they looked
into two bulging stockings. Paper
and string flew across their beds
"Ohhh" there were breath-
less gasps. "I,ook Ricky!" and
"Look at this. Janet, gee!"
Than "I*ts get mummy and
daddy and go down to the Tree"'
The two children rushed from
"Come on!" they
Ued, "Merry Christmas, mummy
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... She wanted
MORE EGGS
So she
decided on
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SI'NTIW. nKfT.MRFII II IMI
CHRISTMAS SI'PPl.KMKNT
PAGE TBIMVFUT
A True Story
The Ghosts Of Goldiei
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VMAS TIME is one of the sea>-
the >oar when Moms gy j- rancm Milner
Ml UHI inexplcable -*
icie II transpired !lal a former
f the house .
lU toon as his private inn. and
..ould never biook any uitcrlct-
the front ieps ,.,. n^iem Maybe he was the
on nf
of the curkui
exctta uid tatares* the small dm-
Mho iik.- these nrl
thint; OM'lolni a circle of "><' ppid Nothing more. But iamc j-mlleman ( t
friends who have gathered to- it happened again MOM lime .ll|k.loom.
gclhcr at the far end of the "! w- ** out
randan, just as someon- .- M VV 1&
ing. "Bui you cant all H* l!1 Child- "^ "^ "W
explain Ihesc thlnfl away. This i'ii wan nine the \ve ol(l Goldini:
ippen. and there you are." 1" line t> the lop of ..go. but I sliil think of Ihe OH
l happened to do |aat stopped, Nurse u,re ond the lovely Xmascs we
thing, and when 1 could get a thotignt she saw a faint iljure, gptat there, besides all the other
word in edgeways. I aid i .,r ig quit* still, but ,ppy days and nights. I was
me tell rog of l M >f iv> <>.- j] ( t. neve* frightened of its by-gone
poriancaa." Sc, lowvwr. About two hour, after inhaggtantl l like t>> r member
These Uunfj if* rame to our. maid. .:i those weird liilMlli. nnd I
occult, do not happen only at ,ieepiiiK in the servant's quarters, ,0 not mim, (hat they cannot be
Xma* lime, but all through the Myln* to corn* at once as her explained I think the old house
""" mffij -* -' *~ frthl ** must "'"' kWSh '"' lh" '""
pL
old place*.
coidm*. a>Ion. ol tM* ok) Va , ff!i,?1 "2,,"'
hOUM* When We l.MCh: 111 *W "W ^W JilSii 52? -M V -*?~ M
tluii present* round the
\: tri-e And Ihe )oy of
rown-ups at ihe happlneei
itnteiitrnent all aroun,) lh< in
two-storey dwelling, the
Mn*is,
, I ean't slay here any
top door of which had been -,, w,,. ic, me '
blown off in lh. hUr.ica. of .'*'r- ^ ^' \^u: Who ||
1831. (Onee when we were h-v- W vo"; *" *vu- ""
ing some repairs done, we came ".'' ashe ^. ^.. ,,._,
acres, an old window blocked up Well, mum ery **<*-
mside a wall with the date 1167. Ktair*. * I i- ctoatnl ihe kitchen
I'm not quite sure, above the dm". : lie I
arch of Ihe window). It had two while ami
large front rooms, dining and Had deal wavi m war.' I
drawinfl room, with a wide hall- "Bui do you ever tee who it la? l
way dividing ihe two. which ran "No, mum. But I ain't staying." i
the length of the rooms, from the And that was that,
front door to the opposite and. v/e hud .in interestiiiK fine
Thi "!her en.l oiiened with a j that old place. The ghosts of
door on to a porch, which ovei. tnc pgg^ those gentry of by-gone
resented us In aome way
md i
House.* are like thai, pal
ga pul out she long know, they (eel and Understand,
from de udder side At least some do. I have not
en back there since we lefl It.
t Its ghosts must .still be
'Una;. ,. kj.||||fJ
VAUXHALL
ItOBI MII.KS I m; iiai.I.cn
Moru POWER (IS H P i
MORK SI'AC I-
SfOIIIIIIM 4. iltlf.1

(Robarl Thom l.mui.-di g[
Uul 4i>lli While Pjrk RoW
looke-1 1li'
-hlch
and had jMV
i view of the undulatn
beyond, li araa a Urri
unspoiled by hottaas. with just
Ihe single-track i.mIv..
uinning in lh.' iniil-dislancc
it perh < ' am it"i U ' i '
haps they \> intaal to be rriendl
.Tered no ill ttom I I U
. Mybe some glai I
1 there too. iMCaUM
. nvu oflan gatt i dart man
in i manfo Tec In
the back-] rd. very still ami
ttttotai but I rnual vary watchful. Perchance he
mi I had a was guarding aome bu-i-d braja-
shghi leanlni thai uie. I wlah he had indicated
001
||i -i ut inn lam- '
U dtd not behf
anylhlng su|iei< '
iiiiil.i
I
i loved i
i
explicable
di(i ha| |
tha very nrsl day

ntll the dogk of j
. i .i visited us :
There was one nice
>ug black fellow, that
my little girl sow]
ubling along the
AlrtuTk ' BaJaVaraj f>ora|
.e front doiw Io the!
arch door. She (ol-1
i him, saw him
il down on the porch
iiul then disappear.
He visited her once
>r twice In the nur-
erv lieside her co',
Ml she was nol
fri htenod of him.
Maybe he once bc-
' i I to a litllc
tfiri like bar.
a many curious and
"iing?. I will tell
before I get lo.
My brouii
layUtl wflb us at the tune, and
on- Surd i v afternoon he was
IroUng op the long straight
e he saw two eldeil>
ibaut twenty yards in
"he; > i -e dressed
||g i .-ere converslli^ in
manner He tool.
kg two aunts of the
At about noon. I
up the tang drive, v , .
round the fion* of lh) I
then away hi 'he back. At I
passed the wlndV
fasl-room. I looked up and saw
an old black ma d gtandlnf at Ihe
window, ana
blnck. aiilltl .....* at
those old-fashioned "Wm-Wt"
caps with streamer* was perched
on top of her i
\-.-,\ gl.lVl
puxuaoT i tboughl
^nl I had hial (ormari*. and
when 1 got inside I aske.1 my
U Bfakott had come 10
help us m
^ * *
No, madam. Slu W
only cook and me." she replied
We iMrrni i rj fBai i but
no one avai saw hei
Well, wa aattli
many a long y One muht. 01 a m hMtened his slepa Io
gnTna^rS^nr^""
> i,,;",;:::'
and w,th lh, two boyi warn out hi tea dn md then.- hey du-
M iBVaaUaMh Whan the? enter, aapean Ha -; ..niy about
ed the ln;jsc i I nrm> ,,v n'i" '""''
of the boiaag, .' Ughly-ati >W souls must have
fillv, m a sweat .11-1 BDlverini bear oomlng lo pay us ;< visit, to
from hca,i 10 to The KUl M were doing w th
Had itoppi :"">- 'hal h*.-. once been theirs,
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I bat
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our ghostly
icnlful of us,
This erenl
!,,!- i '' ' ''
thorouch eoarota was
no tree gtTW neai cn-^jah t i the
stable '"'' bra I
grate on Ihe root We learn'
afleiv .ii :
stable p b>-g..r
a workrr*ni thei-.
fond ef malting Inrnttura, which
was hj- (evourttc hobby.
Ano'her eSpi "' *'ps on tn*
,lv v. ftei dusk. I
.t ain-d oy n t m o-.ner
ied S da r ght along the passage, said Chat a tall white fenUaman.
to a bedroom door. Thinking it looking ver i.ve.oua,
was neighbouring friend. T had stood liv her l>ed and told
called out In gay where I was. her to g~*. out, as that was his
The 'otteteps tui-ned. passed room and h w a*a M one In
gMtlrmaii ha.i ,, n.^. vrm who ,. ..
**2 i List be leraaaod that under-
gffMi of rooms which
omprisad (gaj house in which we
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PACE TWENTY SIX
CHRISTMAS SI'PPI.EMENT
SUNDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1*52
Cm You Find AII of the Artist's Errors?
I IKE everyone else, our artist Is up to
her neck In things to do for the
Christmas holiday*. She'a been ao buay.
In fact, the couldn't And time to check
this dmwlng for errors. Can you. as a
teat of knowledge and observation. And
the 33 or mort mistakes which she made?
Jjjjlp .ndijg jo eapie ao a-pun ~*Z "SPl*
in !> p
"* -aM U -
p.* i; j-miip <
. *,* m:..i
l liftnj nil i
U otv p|B uo ao kuo) ooi g,|u).i) j,H
IC "JJIP Jim i.(Jia IB *-pia 61 -Jill U.->*
luojj J*JJip saona B.JOQ 1| aavaa a|u op oi i[
M*Uip rtf iaenoji hi iu iiiiroji gi dun uo
-tiBo SJ*a *i \i 'Mujip jeuu a.oq jo -vi*
11 nop jo pm>Mi im "ptou mi t -ivoii jo
im np apiou 11 <*|v uj|imi i"J op daivjj *Jpj-)d jo tapis
oi -anoj* dn jni0 -j -tpieui i ..p .uiiitj
jj -[i| anpattt on ing auia)in-> i Sola
-nidi inoijHia ia\ofl no pa-a d niaiaq loooaa **>(< - itji !<>,, tu jo auo
Oido > sauna auo pw .nti u( ,uo
ia ai ipii.n japiou aipuso s. uofl
piedn jt ejsid'aJli aioqa s-pog. ^
Wanted: Some Old Toys
THERE'S a pleasant Christmas tenUment we hope
* you'll remember In these rhymes. You are to
MpM the namea of the toya necessary to fill the
blanks and complete the verse.
Taere arc some thoughtful girls and ftoj/t.
Who gave poor tots their last year toys.
That poorer chihlrm might fcnoto cheer;
That Santa briny* this tons of year.
TA*y gave some tops that spin and hum;
I saw among the toys, a ----------------.
Thanks MJM| agajM kind child rates;
tie ti'M '/ate his roller ---------------.
I found he also gave a ;
/( uus not hig, but ( could float.
And freshly, brightly painted red
Among the toys, thrre iras a .
1w youngster* cleared all shelu
To oh.- their 'ai-ortre story----------
"Ayes" Bate, It Holding Up the Mails
No matter who asks it. thrre
is one queMion for which tftf
only possible correct answer i
>- "
Within one minute can you say
'
.ii. i
punch
r that Santa will remember.
Those U'Ao Sharrtt hi
'l"l **iaa uimp *j| uuno io| Suianim
A II 1 U O It 11S
on the checkerboard. White, rao\
Injc upboard. moves and wins Ir
four moves Mlllard Hopper.
or-t - raaT) !!!,
1
i
.....- hs*e ?i>
t*1 II ..II
rp*rrNiiii.n til*
.>! in .
n>iaimriliip I'ltirii any
urn atul tin !,. i. * u, t
! a*eni.~! hV
puss,
flULCS
1. lhr ..,. m or an
lhr ..rd i!,t
Dreredrv n
J Ii ma) i>r a (! nun M
*hp wort! tnal prponi-, iv
a ii mar o* lonno p
.in i ii* one Irlfsr to or
ubtrx-iina- sue (ioi.i or
. It mt or aAaociati~i
:>
aavioc -iihi met i^i.ur ni
: .
. H ma r ifao uh
i w>nl Tiimt
asn piarr
P
in in "i i
Ono* Dlftf. r .ilhrr MDit>.-
a tmasaj >urr(rM)ion of
m rnbfhi i
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Man..* Mmmi-m. |
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XH A 8
rsti, w* s*puiv '"i| teem i--nsn"j ^.->it
RS TIZZIE TON;UKI.ASH
who always picks the height
C Ihc rush hour to do her (Tin t-
-.us mailing Anally reached ths
head of the line at the parcel post
wrlndoifi Tnklujj the top pnekag*
(rom her express wagon, she In*
i,iin-i of the clsrfc as to its
Wfli-ht.
"That will cost 17 rente to
matl." be replied.
"That package la for my
nephew. Tommy.'* volunteered
Mrs Tongurlaah. "He collects
stamps. I h3"*F>t 't hou'i b. s
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SUNDAY, KCnOn 14. 1952
CHRISTMAS SI I'l'I.KMENT
PACiK TWENTY-SKVF.N
rrum Paiir Tl
JOURNEY FDR THREE
leap, mined Ml footing and fell
Hal on the pavement in front of
her. his star still clutc'iod in his
una.
"Oh look!" She turned in her
escort. "Someone must have
thrown him to me' A Christmas
present! Oh. isn't he sweet'" and
she pressed her fingers to her
lip* and blew kisses to the crowd
as she fttooped to pick him up
"He'll be my mascot. I know he'll
brim me luck! I'll keep him
forever and take him with me
wherever I go!" and holding him
l HM arm she pirouetted a few
'" rinn pari where An-
dm and Monk*] war* standing
lo the door of her car.
The crowd roared with delight
and as Peter was borne awav
dancing In triumph the other
two saw him wave to them and
saw something ft>- out f his
hand and fall at their feet. It
was his star and as the crowd
moved away again after their
favourite. Andrew picked ,\ un
and held it with his own.
Monkey shivered and took
Andrew by the arm.
"Seems quiet without him," he
paid. "I can hear singing from
ihe end of that street where the
buses arc going. Shall we go down
there too? I don't think people
would stand and ring on a night
I kc this if there wasn't a Are."
Andrew noaued. Thcv might
be singing about his star. A bus
dnw Up beside them and thev
jumped up on to the step.
JJPSTAIRS only:" They climb-
*-* ed up among the mounting;
(eel and sat down gasping, too
brenthle*s for a moment to do
anything but listen. Just in front
Of them a couple with a small
girl were talking to their neigh-
"*? takin her to see the
light*?"
They nodded.
"Your oi.lv one-
Tlic f.ilher snorted and the
IPOthf laughed out loud ()i.i
of live There's her and the twim
a boy of three and a biby girl."
Andrew fill Muukcy .slitTvii lo
attention !.-.< ide him
The couple in front were talk-
ing again. "Oh. how cold n Is
How I long to get buck DO ld
our big lire!" sold the trip
"What a pity we couldn't Hint |
monkey for young Tom, as he
v. anted, they don't seem to BOM
them any more."
started, looked out of
low for a moment as he
made up his mind, m
firmly turned round.
"You come too." he whispered
to Andrew. "Just imagine, a
house with five children' The.
could hardly grow out of us
there."
Andrew shook his head. H
was a one-person bear and the
thought of five children held no
charms for him. Beside
after his star.
Monkey unwound the string of
Ml little OH and pressed it into
Andrew* hand.
"Goodbye, old friend, bo al
hurriedly, and climbing down
caiefulh he lowered himself in-
to the shopping basket. It was
only just in time for at Ihe next
stop his new family got off.
HOLDING the three stare. An-
drew sat alone on the top of
th- bus
"All change'" He crept down
among the feet again and stood
on the pavement to think. While
Monkey had been making up his
mind they had gone past the
singing place; in the dlslanc
Andrew could -till hear the fain*
sound of the carols. "Star of
Wonder' Star of Light!'/ So they
were still singing about it. He
must go back and find out.
But Andrew was small and the
night was large, there was no-
body about to follow now. and,
as he wandered in what he
thought was the right direction.
ling eat sprang out from
thQ shadows and chased him far bells rang out from tho
out f his way. The sound of the It >*'. Christmas I>.'^. but An-
mgn *!! fainter, at last An- dTOW was asleep.
i Okf it no longer am* When the midnight service wa.
sank down on a doorstep, quite OVOJ1 and the people had gone
\ i wind hlew round the
I rhlfiaad tha I
1 -irt lags
nsotnen*.,
hi h.in ached tOOJ he thought of
: i - i .
thd bicycle by the door.
V/' il
u he would I
(mi if A little sp.uk lit In hU
heart at the thought, then (lowed
I 0B>
kej an" PMOI ind their luck.
Thinking of his friends and with '""*
urage. he got to hit feel. J>
and looked down the
<
And thetc at the end .if it m
the itar.
There was no mistaking it it
. Lgntor than bdj i"' bod
lesling nil tt.
Oj .mi Christmas
T ... Hi i ...:..i
dark hill towards it. Tht brea
MiK-i at Hi. tup
tho doorway of a building, and
v the dark shape
OOt d i bttng behind tlie
ttar. With great difficult., for
was as tall as himself,
he r limbed to the top
bcne*th ;.'
bO went i>n painten carts and
bans; the bsobI beautiful things."
oan shook boi hood "I
didn't ant nOM o'thi-m smart
werq atiU left en'tba <>*' * ftd ','" '" W>"
steps by ti < ,)"1> inonothfrta <" Cisrirtmas
'I nm so verv sorry." said the '.hal'd te.nh him lo lo\c Ul. i
.. u th.it Whal it's ! : you had on a bear poor little chap
cme before '"' 'l,,v'' '" D* S"M ,ts
tHH tald Hw I "' nf rou to get Ikon
woman art bo n and obo 1 M oat her band to re-
poor, and bat oywj torched the calia them.
i.e. Wo* Pvl nothing to give As the verger tned
film at all." them Up he
"Thev lOOBn to be BBtiaJil . i ORO*
The man looked hoi dlj Ibing Ul..... IBd pulled
and then dOVII al the ground, ' u'.tle harder.
1.00k he said some of the
cm lo h> HUM Tl- urnnrhnolI the (W.lmu
"" I-- l.-ur, iiwn nothing.- ...... "h "
Mnl lo pick >!..-... up. w. l,;.d Mm I UteUng. A..-
Hi .. ppad out.
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Paris Xmas ty^i.
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3.
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st'ixi -
x:-i..s TBME DomwUcwi,
TOYS. TOTS, TOYS
TI1K wind that had ruflled
fur hook a

fragrance of pine
oods down from its needless BJ
and set the great star and all II.. %>!
little Ugbu oonoaUi u tronbUng PJ
A powdenng of silver dust fill 3?
likr 09OW tram the air. Andnw set
|iiked up at the large tree ami 2
Us green, fealln-ty arms seemed 2F
to curve down over him in pro- (Ok
tootton. Buddenl) he felt tfiod B_______
Still n I-'- -_ ai-iMaaiiaiiaiBiaa i
hind him lie ci.pt In imiong the S fall II I' I IN
rting bianche* and lay "*,IMI
down. The in i iwayod Ughl
above him and then the deep
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 14. I52
FOR AFTER DINNER RELAXATION
~jver*/^t.
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After eaten your I I
inner ind MtUed m your mm-
chatr. sipping a glass of your
favourita bavanuje, ! unlUwly
that you will feel vei.v <
then you would like to
while awjy UN minuti; lOtttflg
your sp i's knowledge.
The eeab 1 onea and iccome a little
harder. ir they Ucome too diffi-
cult, well just lay down the
I ; > 1. r; I'm hi'.
I I '
the tapes are up nnrt
hoy* wo go witti iiw 1 1,1 la
Ml events which took

1 1 .1 t \. CupT
S. Which horse won the Derby,
'.'
3. Whl< tl COumt)
1 ickct 1 : 1
4 \\
Grand N ttonal w Innt 1 '
5. Wh" won the 5.000 mm bras,
10,000 metres and the 1
m the Ol 1 Helsinki?
Still gom -hong* Kigot row
Ore enter the first band,
\ ....
to the fore In the Test series
nst India this summer. Who is
7. There are OVe I
Wimbledon. Maine thraa of this
year's winners.
0. Who won the women's figure
*katlng at the Winter Olympics?
-.' Sun on the Olympics, but
track and field events this time.
Where ware they held In 1936.
and where will they be held 1.
t 11*56?
10. Who ha? scored the 11 out
1 centuries In first-class cricket and
j what is the total?
Hope you are not flagging i-;
we come now into the back-
straight.
11. Which soccer clubs play at
Highbury, Nmian I'ark, White
Hart Lane and the Baseball
Groend''
12. In the last English cricket
season, -two players from one
county performed the double".
Who were they and what is their
county?
1.1. Who won the wiid base-
ball series?
11 How closely did >ou follow
the golf competitions? Who won
(a) The British Open (b) The
American Open (c) The British
Professional Matchplay Champion-
ship uli The British Amateur?
15. Who holds ihe world mile
record"
We are now coming round the
Last band. Are you still awake?
16. What wicketkeeper holds Ihe
I record number of dismissals in
pace get!
w on tin
now. so Mirk at It. i;e: out the
whip and home .'. .
ira tftg horses.
11 wi.
last beaten by .n I
>iric?
tJ Wh.rc .mil what
Hill?*
23, Three Olv
neld records no)
mid, are bald I
hi he" WI aj a .
24. wiv did Pi d
beat for U
lot ship?
*> Wlin- 1:. :.-., I
hot In athletii s, and
..re the hurdle i .
.
Well I; ,
Antahtng post. Did
all right?
I
bomii quaatloo wl a
kcat aoUoOA?
If you ;;et (his rlgfU i- 1 up
loart.
; Btfl :
(n Primo .Camera, former
weight boxing
n; (it) Alan Igor-
ton, Scotland'* gyeateel
' loft,
ltichanlii HPonehO| Gon-
zales.
7he 19 "' Ameiu.i. 1:1
ANSWERS
a,
eanal l0.
Tulyar, ridden by Cbarllo
Snurke.
Sill I C.
Teal. ridden l> Arthur
Thompson.
Emil Zatopek.
Prcddit Tru. a the
Yorkshire fa-t bottler
Hero are all flve winner*.
Men's singles Frank
Sedgm.-m. Hen >uble
Frank Sedgman and Ken
McGregor; Mixed doubl
Frank Sedcm and Dorui
Hart; Womet inkle*
Mauree Conn ,.l,
double*! r> II .nt and
Shirley Ftv
Jeanette Altwi t
JO. Keith BOH Millet. Ray.
Ru -eii Ltodwell;
Bta li > Harding Mortenson;
HcKin.ild H..
SI in itll, by Ham)
U It j mm glvon lo part
of the tciiiteing on I
Ground, which
is famous for the barrack-
ing of Ihe crowd* who till
It.
Owons of America.
At the '.lytnpi, QeaBM
"936 he covered tlie 100
metres in 10.3 ice the 300
metres Id 20 7 see and a
of M I i mi.
in the li>ng jump These
'i I Olympic rei "i I
.ilthouiih the
metres been
aquiHadT;
harki ) lie kn.^ked
him out In the rtJrth round
of their tight in June 11*33.
J' The |fl ]h. and
the height of the hurdles In
ihe ISO I :i ft. 6 ins.
and In 440 yardi 3 ft.
the bonus qu Uon.
and the an wm is iralfht-Ufthig.
S. me <.t i .,,, ,,my
. ,
eemeraa, How many iiu.oiiivd
I i thai drink?
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BORROWED JEWELS
MADE HER
LOOK BRILLIANT
CAIRO.
BO Madame Zeinah Nahas.
mice termed Egypt's most beau-
tiful woman, was fooling them
i* 11
"Kg.
' 17. Who were known as (a)
the Cruncher |D) the Bounding
BaaajM (O) the Ambling Alp (d)
the Wee Hlue Devil
18 Who won the 1(49 World
PrcaWoaMal Indoor Lawn Teflnis
1
18. A few years ago a player
made his one ...
aajM at Iftaalnsatao, and won all
three titles. Who was he*
M. Please supply the middle
^^^^^^ name in each caseKeith H
rHI|*| Mil. i R(|v:n"ii(| R
fj^^^ft^f*eifj!sft^fesiP.ft5wrT
In 1936 they were held in
Berlin, in I05S they will be
held at Melbourne.
Jack Hobbs. the former
Surrey and England open-
ing bat. Ho scored 187.
'r-d; Cardiff City; Tot-
tenham Hetfpur; Derby
County.
Ray Smith and Trevor
Bailey of 1
New York Y-nkecs. they
l>e.it the Bro"kl>n Dodger.'
by four matches to three
'*) Bobby L.ick; lb) Juli-
an Boras; (e) Fretl Dal>,
(di Harvie W
Gutidar llaetj; of Swe*len
who refurrw-d 4 min. 1.4
see. for the
I.e An fort K< nt and
n July. 1845.
England player, who m 1928
'"< for 127 l
(79 caught. 48 (a) G. 1. Jeaaop, Kngland
i in. egoj
.if hir.#C
llorotra(
At Cairo's brilliant receptions
even the wive-, of diplomats and
wealthy industrialists used to
and envyher fabulous
They used to wonder how she
got them.
Now, Madam Nahn.s has re-
vealed th- i j :
They were either imitations,
or worse still, borrowed Who
says so? Why. Madaric In rself.
The old -rfafd Party leader's
wife told investigating officials
this when they arrived to open
her safe and ask her bow -he
acquired her wealth.
The safe wan full of
jewellery, but ...ut.med only
one genuine dlajnona Clip This
-i gift from the Agi Kl
worth C800, she asserted.
t}uosiioned nl>oiit t
jewels she gully wore at glmer-

was Prime Minister, slu-
ed: "1 borrowed them from
I l "I them

added: "it
iveptlons.
Lbag (BsW
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I
Sl'NOAV. DKCKMBKR II
IIKIST.MAs SUPPLEMENT
PACE TWENTY-MINK
I'm.Dreaming Of A Late
Christmas
<** .9

THE PiHstRHU season ha; be-
gun -at latft as far as the shop*
are i otac*
MOd chocr. gaiety. Hid
ji iiriicatlon are alt very well, but
I say no one can In- Jolly for two
months and still be t .
: Eve
Slaoa the end of l?sl montli the
stores have been begging us to
li .1 early this year.
Already the windows are glit-
Mtb tinsel and shrouded
with cotton wool: already ihe
crackers have a department to
thenvclvrs. and Um calenders ar*1
round every corner
FOR VOI'R CHRISTMAS
LIST" ... C1IRISTMAN IN THE
NURSERY" ... -A GIFT FOR
HIM.'' shriek the shops.
Of course there i,
reason for It allthere
tana for everything.
'If only customers 1
Christmas shopping earlier, they
w.mid get baton service, better
selection, and they would avoid
*****
A Christmas
Bugdet Poser
good
i good
uld dc
By Phoebe
Young
last-minute pandemonium." "ays
one gift-department bll
But rush into M:.
say 1 Who wants to buy presents.
in1 hand and pencil
for licking oil' m the Other?
Wh<> wants to plan ahead to
give Uncle Tom a plpa-l i k '.
out of a stirrup j*i*( bMWH ha
smokes a pipe.' He would far
sooner hive a. last-minute sur-
prise.
The Hope
"We start the Toy Fair early
in the hope that parents will
bring In their children at the end
of Ihe summer holidays or at
half-term." says th? toy-depart-
ment buyer.
Dut even the children baulk at
this.
I heard a small girl ask a store
father Christmas Why ,i. you
hue In-fore Christmas Eve"'
Ye-, there's even an answer fOI
titat one 'Reindeer are too slow
for me." said Santo Claus. "1
came lrom Greenland by Comet.*"
The I*.-- ..I.
What is the result of ill this
premature Christmas spirit" An
"Oh m> iudne**. nol Christm*-
AfiAlN." kind of a feeling. tn-
slcad of "IIIRRAY, it's Christmas
gala."
And. worst of all, it is now im-
possible to buy one plain hand-
' having a gift-
wrapped DOX of mx. v. :
heads on the comers, thrust upon
It w.
I .<. in a .......
bnnuMvo burst of goo
All My I
By JOANNA PACK
I OBSERVE |

buying shoes that really fit. AI
race sight these days is ihe hob-
bling figure who has sacrificed
(I
fort foi
and jammed a
size 6 foot.
I WONDER
few neckline*.
igined elegance.
IBM B ibo*
are so
i h se lioin
rlHn you j{o Xm buy a sweater
I DONT ser ihe reason, hut 1
iiport Ihe odd fact; As soon as ,
UM we.ither got colder. grape- J
melons suddenly be-
come much cheaper In Ihe shops
I envy AjMrican Urbi UM
kncc-length nylon stocking* they
can buy to wear under avi nni-
i.ies.es Tha nylons ttay up with
I SENSE new pen! In I. melon
life. A couple of weeks ago a
i .< ikcii every hundred
yards: "Penny for tin ui>""
Nowor at least last night I wa-
Met it the tub* station with
Panny for Santa CtausT"
I HEARD her the BfSt I
HE. -he said. has the BOUMjMl
I MY eonvictions." -L.ES.
MARTELL
( () K 1) () \ I! I. E M
a/A* (oidon AiiiNi *,/ lira*
STANSFELD. SCOTT 8. CO.. LTD.

When the rolli ground In tha .
I n* of B o o k e m &
i. UM B ;'- down to
if bo k-ki i -
ing. The caatnm tranUcaUj seaw
to collect on II.,. 1 I
i The offtoa i
nine* to get hack the money he
lays out lor lunches. What with
the iwols. loans, collections, etc..
it is all a body can du I
a bit of one's pay envelope I.r
living expenses, much less set
something uida i-r gift-giving
and holiday cnUTtalning.
Bttty has decided that the best
way to avoid this last-minute
struggle is to -budget her salary.
That is why she is so busily
assorting the dollar bills into
neat piles on her desk.
"Lai me see." she Is saying.
If I divide my pay into seven
equal lots, that will give me
the same amount to spend each
day. But there is four dollars'
left over. Now suppose I only
budget for the working days and
divide my pay into live equal
groups, butnowthere is three|
oollars left I know what I'll do
I II put all my pay Into three
equal division", one for clothes,
one for board and the third for
el.uly expensesbutnow there is
two dollars left."
From the above soliloquy you
may have surmised that arith-
metic i, not lietty'.s strong point
-.,!.: : Iwrther with
ihangB and Blnca she earns a
round nuinbei of dollars she wants
to do her budgeting in a round
number of dollars. And since
Batty c.ini' laas than a hundred
dollars a week, that is nol easy to
do Bow much docs Betty gam
anyway?
-p. ,,
m M ">> - "1 f fill"'"
irm UO *|uo m St pur 'AC I
't4 t 'K * PU" *U"| lft(l
-ndft| iwfl fo ujw "J i-wni
JlOJiWIU > I u* *1 PP'IP I
...ISM * "! .-K n P" K 'EC 'M *M
St ' * lunouB jqiw" Jin ""ii
it pu it M * * 'st a
Mtl m Sriipos m
.|dni*v -'Ml I'Vl P"\l '-'<
r -i-ii sui-.iutiji a jo *i ui4
pua 1 'ii"1 *Ul I"1!!
iMip-n t w r .oil t Bunai
( tnid Jii|l jo j|Hil;nni v -
Nt *" * I
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PACK T1IIKIV
CHRISTMAS SIPPI.tMF.NT
si'NUAV. DhCKMBKR 14. Ii2
Complete the Xmas
Word
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BIBLE QUIZ-CROSSWORD
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\|- Slr#pir. ipiwe*'
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MT To U.inv. to -U-rfclr
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MAS llmdu firiM
\M i-Ht* A im
isr IUn4 a .!
MA* Doctrine* tri-W
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,, HVM.KMJ* lujar*
a vr'-M-i
\J *VR'ilP INlll Jl """1IHJ
mi 11
,1 ., ,..,.nit ii n
This Thkes
Figuring
firwn and Redd Itave imuIih-
Udt by side, both (oachi being
200 square yards in area. Green
walked ar.nmd flrtl 0M and then
*h ..thi-i and discovered that he
travelled six more yard* in com.
plewyj Um circuit "I hi* own gnr-
<1m lhan he <1id In going around
Hi-oxTa garden plot What wet*
the sizes of the two plots?
%ajm< u *i CwMM W*-M "spaai
.. < For 7Ae Parly
AS a Christ m;i-- parti rnlivcn-
rr. place a nuartei on i table and
-i ml an empty bottle upside
down on it (II If. advisable to
use a *> i' rathei lhan a tall
bottle Challenge gu<-st. to re-
move the bottle from the o>.n
without touching the bottle, with-
out lo'u hm> the coin, and With-
out upsetting the bottle.
It is done bv bunging your
list on the top of ihe table near
the bottle wvei.il ICRaSt. l> 1
bang too hard or In* bottfta n>a\
upset A nrMi .< abort, sharp
bang* will send vihi.ttions to the
l-mle. which will cause the
Uittle lo move very -lightly and
Kr.idually edge mil off the
ojuarter without hemp upset
Rao'. Who f/Vrv Hub t
TintEE bOX> *' '" *' holM.iv
pwirty together. As Uhq walked
lown the street bredlt, Dodson.
on the light nf Wilson, separated
Wilson from Mutiison. Frank
! .-(;- right. ajM] W hi
> ;.t DM ilnl Th<>
V -. VMM i nl-fii. ml.
dues can you give the
lull names of all three?
';, i . -,
11'llCI/iiS I M.
14 >trw
13AM* Wll*. IMA"
Ifl-Papai real
]7-Uireeted
l*jOne who bvl.. ved
clung to Paul iAct* I7M)
21Large cask.
22Secrete.
23Rodent.
* Small insect*
W gjafk
2B-Ireflx: twice
;-< Egyptian goddt
30Crippled.
31Attention
33-Tin cntemer
34Wax
IV-Was nfraid
37The king of *hal place wa
hanged by Joshua? Josh 8 39t
3Exrlan-alloni of triumph.
mEtkYt bmtbi 0t i Si
40Note In the cat*
41Samuel's mothir (1 Sam 1M'
<3How many days had Lazanx
been in hU grave before Jem
raised him* 'John II 17
MLowrr limb
13Cue
*6 D ijconif orL
7 Ajthontallve prohibition.
48Svmlmt for sodium
Shower.
Firnt bird sent forth from the
Ark by Noah iGen B 7)
*>3First Ring of Israel
%4Fool-like organ
**~Whal tribe waa chosen to b.-
MSHtants to tin .
ernacle service? iNum l:e
f>7In what valley did the Phlli--
tines ij.i M 2
loi
(il-Bctelnui-palm.
I 11 Sam.
.
ipef air.
..rd.
Iiare
.: iCTK *l
I i

IH Fntnvi
k- Bam i^^ Sam l"
1
'
I ;-Uoat ruction
12 Charles Lamb
Feai (hat.
IS-Half an cm
M Citrus iim.k
aHjbn
M- V.h,.l hi the S3rd book of Ihe
l*ld Testanvnt?
".- What i- lha 23rd book nf the
Hit 'IV-lament?
>6-Sf.:t mttil
27-Plancl
M-l-rl-jri. n|d.-i daughter -On
l>
*I-I^
33Cancel.
t < Miviisation
U-Woodlind doily
^8 God to whom Ihe Ptuli IIbm
-jlci'Ii-iO and
of capliir" i'.' Samson
i:.t
10 Hi S9II guided the wise tn*n (Hal

pi testant Ephcopal 'abbr
Ufrost
47Queen ef Ahn-n-v^' ': ii. 57Free.
Ml. ing bird
S8Cyprlnold Ash
60Adult males.
ta-ivhoid'
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Boxing Lesson Cryptogram
ran
ai it
THE only toys of last
year's Christinas presenta
which little Johnny hasn't
broken up ait? blocks. He
has a et of ..ni.ill blockii
that $nv one-inch cubta
lie has fun pulting them
into and taking them out of
a box.
How many of Ihes*
blocka could he put Into an
mpty box four inchex
wi.lc bs four inches deep by
lour inches tongf
Warning: Theic'r a ciitch
to thii- box.
ftrfuia a>|
,.uMn..n ,i i>ii mw |Ui ira pp." VM ""
XTOO P*UJ U M 'mO| lf.l|
fib tpl I > 111(1 ll."l\
This Is Plain
Fire and out-, flvf and '.-
.-tad ihen .fir.' lu.-nir^d.
If this Is rot plain
Tint someone haa blundered
met* BSasu P
iiimui "ii'iu ssn i" gaakpi
"b. taMuiiw ueuK'H *ii wawT
Iriograwn
Charles Dickens, whose story,
A Chtlftmal Caret,*1 ref.
:he spirit ol this neason which so
many persons feel, had a personal
. redo regarding the Vuletlde
Which many might well emulate.
!'. la given m his words below as a
I *ogram for you to
On. ID reVTCl W \en t
iters
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A V W < K g K M R G L
K / I It *l O 1 MI.T
S tj I *\ IRRO G8
M J J SIB IBM*
;in>
fOI f given a QUE fm ,>j,h
A the following words Can you
nttlcai lo luiftil tl
definitions^ Enrh has seven let-
ters.
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rFiisr.i' '.Tnor ".nc^as
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ruirnTnm? Fnnnr-nii
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iii.--ii.iuit n u\ -ui i in"
y/ wi,(f/i/
it r<
fashioned blaiKlng scale to
M |.|l ... < '
you'd nnd art) whole I
pounds i- .t:d forty
t-mild be weighed ustiii
diflerent balgl right)
What I
FIGURE II OUT
Jomdo ; i
visit his sister. Jo
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Hats '! driving; town the main
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front of ai : saying,
Til hki- to km In i-
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GOOD AFTER ALL
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Gtandmama had lo depend on clumsy. ii.eHicienl cookers
lo do her Christmas baking To-day Ihe mosl mo-tern kitchen
is equipped with the most modern cookerthe one thai give?
perfect satisfaction combined with the greatest economy -Ihe
FALKS
KEROSENE COOKER
This Christmas give your home the
Present with a iutureA
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SUNDAY. IlMIMKlK II I'l.J
( HKISTMAS Sl'PPl.K.MKNT
AGE THIRTY (INK
BLOOD, SWEAT, BUT NO TEARS I
I THE BEST BEER i
"Father Christmas. No. 1. n ,.,.,, , ,.,,,,, Sometime when the artiste i
Cloud. Iceland" the addres- |!\ HHI. I IJI.IVI.H not fully addressed, it may mm.M
proctainwd. The blue envelope -b0lit from . lown . .;, |
* " tuppenny-ha penny _,__. ll with ,,iu !M
astound, in o. ,., ; i London portal heads, people aft

far larI>' round Chrtab
.
thing bi .
.n ouno
its something '
' "Mill I Ever]
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but li OAo
which hi Ll
HH """inomi.ul tigun-

FOR
sorting bay* of I
floor at London's General Post
Office.
"Well, well." said the sorter,
turning to his companion
mas must be closer than I thought.
Here's the first of th- I |
Christmas mail. A good one too "
He put it aside and returned '
his stack of letter* with a shake
of his head, a smile and a thought
: .is and Uw children.
This was way back In Septem-
ber. But,
ad, .t i i
on the
The latter, with its i. CS
childish sera
v
and
the first of about six thousand of prrly underway, From e.i:
its kind to pass through London i.ihcr. th,- r,..7ooiro
Britain I 111

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i possible, i i
A' I
r rCh time to b)
galght have bwn poatad In n
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to l.i' t Office
>###/# for it, because far
-ting till
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then It ... A'- well, for who thl
i entitled I
i
There
mie of tot warding I
ii when
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' or vi hen ti

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world
IISI I Bill V I.
IN VNilJ*
I l'S THE BEST BEER
KOK H)l TOO::
a
j* rai \ ii n i unoNs oi king
ma ENJOY Till IICKII
Hid.Ml l> I OR \ KING *
R. M. JONES & CO.. LTD.-a
; '. pmej till
I i.nil liini Tn.ro was an. ,
d
Other v
"he- Not so difficult |
9 do of let-
lers but reiiuiritiji a special ,
ling is mail addressed in .
Children's mall is th lighter like tho rest, before- Chrrtnu-i
Ida of tin- pra-Cbriitmaf rush at and sorti
th I :'' oal or lattar whoso addraer,
i i.i Om icach hii
through "Fatrj
England."
I I *alld sloggin.
four hours a day, seven daya a
week, from early October right
through to Cht
in thai lima, U
houses of Ixmdnn handle millions
of cards and letters, ton
eels*, ten-* of thou .mds of cable-
.Till radio talaol
A portion of them flows out in
I
|a oi
'
filial adds In EnglW. the name
of the town and tot
which it is meant.
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Similarity of place names all
over the world complicates things
torrent of goodwill to countless too. In London, wher I mall
Christmas, hearths in the far corn- .'orted nut for dhnjkatrh lo avar)
era of the world. And hack from Imaginable part of the globe,
the Commonwealth and a score of minute can- Is taken io see thai
foreign countries comes n stream the letter or parcel i* heading In
of the same Christmastidc spirit the right direction when
The volume of this two-way Rnirlnnri'* shores.
Turkeys? Best Ever This Year
By HELEN BURKE
Tnis has been turkey week
at Smithfled. I have just seen the
best-looking lot of the finest En-
glish birds ever, nil named and
all with special good points.
Breeders, It wins, are breed-
ing birds for fuller breast met
of lln--e 1 prefer the pure while
varieties. They are broad and
meaty, but, I am told, cannot yet
compete commercially with the
black and bronze birds.
The weight range for all btrdl
was from 9 to 301b Whole*.-u>
prices, at the moment, are 5s. 2d,
a lb. for hens and 4s. 7d a lb.
for cocksbut no-one can predict
what they will be by the time
Christmas comes.
Avocado* Cheaper
Persimmons arc 6d. each, this
week Avocado pears are down to
1* 6d eacha large reduction--
and they are good. If you ue
coconut in rooking, you can buy
It fresh and already shelled fur
Is. Ad. a naif pound.
Ready For Cooking
Cheapest meat in the market
1< -day is hare One ret.nl firm
sells brown harts, weighing be-
tween 8 and 81b for 6s. 8d. each.
while S*otrh haraa, which are
ao I ti Id. *
rut Up, ready for took-
;ui;eons that fs. stcw-
iis-cost Is. 9i:
wood pigeons 2s. 8d. each. Itoth
make very good pigeon pies.
For Spaghetti
A little meat goes a long way
In a sauce Bolognese. :.
grocer gave mc her recipe many

Talking rood
ago. I have jnet to find
Pour | Uttla olive oil into
thick pan and, in it. fry a chop-
ped shallot and (for four persons)
not more than |] ouncag of firelv
chopped raw beef. A-
thopiied mushroom stalks and
fry for two minutes more Add a
couple of tablespoons red wine
nnd a pinch each Of I
i ."semary.
Now add twn to three table-
spoons o' tomato put' l
. a minced clove of
gai
Ml
Uunk you will need
Season to taste. Cover and slm-'
mer for 30-45 minutes. The sauce
al than ready to be poured over
c ii o X e d spaghetti, macaroni.
!!..(.,
...u irani
I have used, recently little
pasta "wheels." complete with
spoken They are much e.i ier to
eat than spaghetti or noodies
are most attractive.
rta*U: af] lataal 110 u t^
mato puree in a tube It costs.
Is. M In any continental grorer
All you Itave to do .
. wand .i '
lube of tooth paste I
! I

Pinenpple Dish
al II ght a

ed it for a special party, aui I
is what I did .
-LEI, I
Cwr m;ikcrn know tire*. <*nr otrnm know
tire nt'rfori!..tii<- And b)th tin? rxpurLj
v/ho miinu/'iiti.f and the muborwtH
who ilruv tlie world's automobiles, buy
more (ioodyejr tirc than any other make!
Next time you i.e. r! tires,
your Coodye.ir t.rc dealer!
GOOD/11
More p*op't. th* *t,-\-l
Gvodfof tint*
CITY GARAGE TRADING CO.. LTp~ViCTOfeM nRffir.


PACiK THIKTYTWO
CIIKIM M\s SUPPLEMENT
SUNDAY, DKCr'.MBrlK H. 1932
The

for< i
have
CKICKhT
FOOTBALL
n ITU roi.it
.' my it

'
i organised *pce
port been able tn itUl so many '"S Ir
nip.tr tontoi >lt ",K">X commend Denis
level. round perfort
The r Mo A '"!' IMl h>s enthuamsir
ociali'i" iho Baibari.
A '.In- !! nl....... I ii
a-
Tenm A OCfejl I >'(" -
tained teams rvire>entaliW < i ei
responding Asaoclabong fr**n th*
neighbouring colonMi I
In addition to thi r .
Cricket and Footb ill
successful lour of MM
Leewards and the Queei I olto
Netbali team toured Trinidad with
an it cradi to theni'd*..-.
CKICKhT
Tut local erica* seasor
been an iBtoSstotlftg "fie Slid
up to till
thr dlvudona (be ohunpioneaip of
each division could not t>e de-
cided.
Spartan and Carlton have ended
the iooson as joint ctuampiona of
Che Hwl Dtvttan. Bpartam, Cari-
na and Wanderers were lied on
points when the fln.il gel T
Fir>t Division games opened and
It was on the rull of ml
.that the dual destination ol the
cup'retted.
ironically enough rain spoilt this
fixture and as both Spartan and
C'arlton had already collected
points for a first [nntoi
tv

Wandr<
out of tin
snail expense that Cat
gained) point* i.
i.
hi o out .,t t)i, runnli
been aaaocJatad with Si

WANDKRF.KS
I unod sei-
St. 11)11 had his best aaaadn tir
years and he waa Wwm <>r
strength In the bowline. ment.
SPARTAN
,
1 . I:
perhaps within t)i. lael .piaiter of
it century in it> i:
Frank K B
Ti nidad H for thorn

ifiin'......d bj Dm ] tain Keith
ii- | oo
ex ti-
ll..
r in
By 0 S COPPIN
"I nfo ttM match winning forre
which the comparative piethom if
talent suggested and the fact th-i'
they have been bracketed wl'n
Canton M champions show* the
Bt needed the leaven ol
streamlined teamwoik
CARLTON
Boooles" wn.i.iAMs. Brtek-
., Bdgl 11 aw
he thrte beacons whtrh blazed
Ml burned thai th,- real of thh
U am could find their way
M in for "i-in Carlton
lid navel h<*)r to equal Spartan
taunt and because of the
ruaull nit hiyh standard of team
w'rk and Man -pint they INN
hat gulf and share
the honours.
Hondo* is de-
Snluriy one of the
best all rounders
in these parts
and I think that
at long last Lucas
shoubl earn his
I.in.i rap. After
all w in Barba-
dos seem not to
be slanting the
mphasis on an
Investment In
youth as other
Islands are open-
C H WILLIAM; |y doing.
nnu
DePeiza. wicket- keeper, bats-
man, pace howler, oommaled th
I In n Ha at* i eoojui-
teinly, kept wicket up to | vary
high standard and on the Odd
occasion when hut quick bowjUu
WM required was able to pull hi
weight
Barker too
direction, pi
Improve-
'. will be
among thi
" i Dd team :o
/ mii.i: TIWIS
> uri/tu;
II XShiIB I I.I.
the
tun with Vfaatfann ".uid be
lied on points will
in th it caae tin nan
rlHthM lndian< and bracketed as in the ca
where ha n. ad Carlton but
from there.
PICKWICK
Pickwick suffered growing pains
during the season Tin*
JOHN l>.\RI)
mere, up lo
seem unable to
FOOTBALL
TT1IE 1952 fcotball sea
MOBaaattll MM t-speti.dly liom
the Onaneial point of view and
from the point of view as wall
that there was ample evuli mi of
a .-.' Illi ..( local talent. Which If
nVvi loped along the right line^
hould i !..'. lt..il..1(los football in
v.r> l,>vouiable position with
regard to relative standar*' in th<
Caribbean.
..ttendci! throughout the
season and it is reasonable to as-
sume that Ihe futUN m RKCul b
the island is assured
Notre Dame won both the First
Division and Second Division Cup?
and at one time it seemed as If
they would sweep the Board and
establish a local record that would
bid fair to remain intact for many
years to come That is. thev were
in a good position for carrying off
the Third Division competition
well but thev mot with some set-
backs In the Third IMvislon
INJURIES
INJURIES loo militated against
their chances In the Open
Knockout competition and they
I train.
THE CjIFT THAT IS SURE TO PLEASE
JACOB & CO.'S I
lotisly trying to build up a young WCTr knocked out in th. Bnt
team but Tneodore Birkett a regu- "rt",<1 ?> a wemingly inspired
iar and toft ana Harold Jordan r-"1^1'
both old timers carried oil the
i shared moat ol th-
batting and bowling |U
Uul
GODDABD
SKJPi u aODOARO .
for the grenter part of the

Had Lb* batUng Forcaa wll
able Individual dJaUnctton, Ha
v goad iimiiiK
.- .-
ad in- utom <
B
still a didlcult batsman lo dislod'g*
M hi the beat coni-
Dnnj.
POLICE
bad) lean yeai. Mulli i
and llradshaw as pace boWlei
had Ibarir good moments but ihes^-
were too few and they saw sonn
lean .1 i>
dl'l not repi-i.l'i
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DELICIOUS BISCUITS
Choose from their extensive ratine this Chi islmas there is
something to suit every laste. Ask your favourite store for
"JACOB'S then is a lovely assortment of decorated tins from
which to choose.
Sjageatilry
Celebration
ZDiana
3^oyal Afternoon 'Sea
II KMCKIK
i the good form he showed when M
led Barbados agaln*l Jama'i
earlier In the year but this doea N((tlv lim< Wl.ir n guod com.
loot write him off by any mean*, binatlon. There was ^o.i
I He is a pound Held, and I punish- (ntton, laudabla U'.niiwork and
i Hat i..i'Mi,.iti i.nt* in trlka Ed iindani cvldenN of .- Ugh
standard ol fitness. They wilV
contlfrac in Agure prorrrinentty In
B.A.F.A. football for some years to
come, in my opinion.
Carlton won the Knockout Cup-
It was uetuc that Carlton who
have played some of the best foot-
ball in the senior division for the
past four or live seasons and have
never been able to carry Off a cup.
should he able to win a competi-
tion, should win a championship
Lodge in the following match m the ve I mg oa-sman once he strikes form
SOBERS
iJSj *T^IIE find of the yenr re* l"a||i .
'. and the unfortunate loss o
League Cricket was of course V.
Sobers the lefl aim all r'-undir uf
III* P lie BOJ Club who joined
" lice luring the closing itage ol
lbe 11 too
Wc saw ninVtont <>t hm. when
he scored a oeQCUO fU" I w '
derers and then another against
ddi'ion to sharing the bo1
honoura. He should go Far
should be of great use to
Police in Ihe future.
(OLLFOF.
COLLEGE suffered from ai
odus of iMiys as achool t
p i." .it one time cr another. C.
ling bottom of the First Division This
and ], not written in any disparage-
iIm- ment of their achlevrment because
they rallied well and moulded
th'maelves in the Knockout com-
,^j. petitii>n into a match winning
enu comt'in*"*>n.
FAVOLRITK
E?jaATa
formed well'Iar them btr..... B *f,fM* '-""".'l'. I"" ".llw-
HMdloy or Ihe iuS I.m h u en "SSTSSI k !f5ES S*SSE
_.,, , ,K ,l I whom they had obvinuslv undu -
;,l.J.h S; rM and .n ioe.pHcaUlelack of
division and the championship as
LODGE
have had to put up Ihe pcrfoi
of ihcir career to have de-
feated them.
DISAPPOINTING
SPARTAN were strikingly dis-
appointing. Old stagers could
nd the young-
X*ftfc.&tfft&&&to STOKES ft BYNOt
LoiH.K SCHOOL were obvious- well. "
ly not up to First Division They knocked out the redoubt-
^ standard this season and I under- able Notre Dame but moet of the
[stand that It wu not their desire team went on tour and Carlton
""'that thev should have competed In knocked out a desperately weak-
the First Division A- such they f1"* *am JlowJ?' S. h*^
met with little success rut there g*H U-1li0.!t^!ft.V-C'rUon wou,d
was always the cheerful sports-
innn's .vpirit in the face of th<*
heavle-1 defeat and we have learnt
to associate sportsmanship with
the Lodge School through all the ^
ear* regardless of whether they ^ ^f "U08;_
on. loat or drew and (bla year n,01 Und 'helr ,eel *" ,.
as no ex-vpt,.m *u''* ,uno. "i pl.mted. them from
iMTLDvniiiiTi limo * "m* wrrp T* tnexperl-
INTKRMhDIATh cnrri). Inink ,hB| lh>v wt haVu
_ MI'C. canted off the Inter- to build a new team next season.
I n*r<' rle i-hamp-on-hip. Thev Everton too held on by the skin
(3 won by a handsome maraln fro n "f their teeth to save relegation
Bl'helr neere| rhral the Barbetloa **>at Is in line for Carlton They
7S Beglmenl Tlie Branckar brother*, definitely struck a very bad pabh
M> InrtO Burke and -kinper Ben prul 'b^v ton will have to build a
& H '" *'"" u' rt/C5 ,',^-
ae formers during tht< i COLLEOF
S sFcovn division ';:,1';Br, nr1,lr(1 somp p^'^'-z
5 g^ENTBAL -oom defined m hidhrtdual plip-ers and early In Ihe
,, ,, season were the onlv team to ex-
' ;.' '" "" s" toll th.- eniargened grm.R.i with
...---...------Kni-afarragl " ComlH-rmere if tliev cm I'd
LTD.-*9*r,i S&S^V, ^'AHHsngeUHW, gain a possible in their final fiix- # Oa Page 34. y.
Pui JACOB & CO.'S BISCUITS


SIVDW. UK I Mill K II l.v:
CHRISTMAS xi-iMM.KMKNT
PACK ti"mtvtiiki:k
TOMORROW IS
&f Oauqhan $onsu>
ttf and i
TIM Itrecta emplv : "
:.! -uti sinks ovCl the I'ftthc- ioa,
land nd a hush talk
ivamtMt, A ttm
irams course hall empt> .don-. 1
In*- arrowy toads, a few .-..
tpoed pMl Hi?- ctCMd <1oor of -i,,.
IMM Ud dSMM, theatres and t y'i-
restuuram* and Mlllb aiuugO-l >
raiding- ll Oflfcj
wayfarer who is mil md aoroad ,\i >
Insiit<- i -li bOBM "'..- ii
FOR STYLE

FOR COMFORT
FOR QUALITY
I
i hunftr. the
pair, seem f.i, .1 >tar.l. :uid ;h
LgglOg a toy, a tedd> mimuy is dim.
1.....' ''' COlaU D* Thi- tradlfiiili.tl .,
packed into car and i<
to be dropped hum- again loo. Di ,k. |
to-night, the night of the the sideboard, with rruil and m
. Iba doors are closed and beside them
rorld locked out The bright Sd the youngvM children art .'
ire quenched, .i tew candles ,,*ckcd off to be! win!,- ill ll i K
taMe are lit and the otbeft walk to the hc,.v>lv-l ,i, > > t
red with colour tandle-Ut dining table, and recull m'
I UMff streamer* to each other th 5K
atkmi, sit* ihe tarnU* The family, tic UPeudoti m each V(
ona! unnenbaum- the ir >; talking together, perhaps a little firK) a|i
AT THE
1 -
t.....:. hin
ivilh xlea'.una
liny colon-ed lanterns light Up
Ita branchis. L'ttk- paCMtt, vmfr-
ja-d In tui 07. coloured paper r.rv
he*pH round H !> i A Per-
|
. gljuj bar tnc On hu'
he has hung a mld.'d angel apd
bolaw motley group of 1 ttW'
iu'> from the lair. M
has tixeH tli- stnniti? 'tus^l OVro-
ttlocM and ill vn *rap,>a-i
to oatcst IAm Ligh tng*<
rainbow glints.
;i..,.;>. a little sentimvn- And later, when tin _
U) [or I pcopla -> l-.caviiv en- lv.Pn sIemnlv drunk, pert, l
i will, memories or jack- ., w nl !ru. ( ..;,-, ,.,, , .
erectly, and. lot cm oi ttM 1. w
ernes in the vent n-ak. then way
t, imd
wncra the paw i. old
r.gut service ''Silent Night. Holy
Nighf. they will iotn in the
singing, and w.n wi-h well to ill
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Hie night of tlM Famih
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id ' i QCk I- and bisMi
Itbei tOgaihar with !he children '*''
ivl iIi.ii' parents to r.-liw 0<
of Christmas h i
ll ui Ire mfiniMi' .>( th- v A ''" "" ""
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nrc cxcludod Lorn th home. "ld T.
Fur da pasi. nun- and IM "'" oM frwndji
.-'..-.. k-
I ft Ivm Nien: pa Uaa n
I those who a/ork and ''" 'rorn
ht-n cnriatms> V i \ \ -.1
ill i.. back agj . 'an / V ll
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i .,-., ni.^ ...,i -ii ae .
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W.-ihn Chtl
I).it. anil they i
. the boisterous
'.liday making.
ill go to exuberant parties and'all "ff
.i ghl revrlv and dr.nk b. tth . : C,
v i.'iv and litres ol beer, bclbnv j 9
" i-h laughter and think perhaps IM
.'..m ol toe dajra whan Qerni B y
IcUlattd to ennqtitn th. otM 5T
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rhaj have sung the
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rj fun lai away io
int arc .<'> ihougnu- ol
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CHRISTMAS SIPPI.EMFVT
SUNDAY DECEMBER 14. 152
THE 1952 YEAR OE SPORT j CAN THE HYPNOTISTS
gj Irnm w*tr 3*
good HiHi 111 play an -
pauing. 11 went lo
||l ,. jl though they
DT H Nl '
game*
They hove KMIM 00 good ma-
whieta lo build im xt ate-
! we no reason why they
-t ()! Bn-
lihini; in: Ihe I
WATLK POLO
TR1MUM o IMOH
entiled Bartoadog In Octnbaa
. i Bai b ...
(ladsee) which are niayeo ic
.ilUIU.ill.
In ttaa Simpler*
on i,f the
Water i- "' lW;
.......>
reckoned with.
that they arc still top*, b| wmiii Ig
both the league and the K.O
coi..petition This is the fifth year
m succession thai lhaj have won
the Ko Clip
A DMB1 B IflM " "
thai yOBf HMl proved ;
great noa '>' Ion and ba-
glnners who would not have lire.i
abte to 'make' the "A" teams
had an opportunity of thawing
their *orth in this division.
I.AIHKS Ll Atil I
IN ob ||IUI
teams entered .is ag
in 1951 I not a*
keen this y.-.r and thlOUgBOUl thd
plained ol

lard of the
' ud OoW-
r -..A-, IB
Mj UP ggDM pOI fi.l Rial
should I./.
.

Th.d I l i Mure" tl


I
BAKBAPOS T()PS
Bi I :,,
f |h visit Of IWO
i.
Barbadoa
Bai dm
--.,,:. i i
laUUaa wa
With n | ird i the '
, n r although tha goal
the three testa wore It
badof at against 4 for 1
this does not give quite thti
impression a* to '
play-
GOOD STANDARD
STANDARD of play was good ot>
both side*. Aa iwlmmei li
Ti imdadlans could hold then own,
bill they lacked whul Um Barba-
dos team had good Bntah -
tomeonc to score goals after the
backs tKid Rot ihe ball t<> wott*
;
the Trinidad foi wards failed to
do their Job.
i< [not
named the
I , pla>-
Hi hai
mjodo in i hoi f

This
as cap-
I -i of tl
ood tup-
1
Delhi ri



a season

STAKHMl WIN
T.IK La

Stnrrisn again
won the !>..
came through wtl
.


year.

I
in his
'he luni noon l

! |
when he s
I. ....
Aim at the Otymp
Venezuela is ...
Trinidad I
e are 01 t bis
receipt". In Bar!
polo ais<>< ffh)
make It a Ma
>eai vcar in Ban..idns.
Incidentally Iho llarbados as-
sociation ha< lieon
arrange a tour with V. i ,
um month
Mi

TKIAM.l I.AK
i- ,
only proU i
i
M Wood who h*>i
WtM in turn loflt
.....
tart Of tatl season.
Id h ed that

R Wil-
J. I la
i Doul
i
m .n.M T.ni ant
lo watch, and tha

p
n GUI and
N Hall in a thrilling

MEN'S UNQUtfl
11 iinis throughout
the season reached ' ''" baigtd
..-d it* climax when
DM .nes ..KJiii-1
South Trinidad. For the Trim-
dad team Carl Wulana waa their
U-st player closely followed by
;:,. Paaa will
: the prolillc irnaatiBMi
of Arnold a* i aranwi
....
.md imp-i! irtabli Di
.,.,! del foi p ill snoa.
The local players nave good d|s-
SpKdaJ
1
, idga, rranh W
i'.'
N (idl. PI
. Ida.
1NTKR-CLUB
IN tM Men's InWi Glut
Pelican
:
.
pplng th--' i
.( i. WocTaU, I
h Wi.!
.;. g V
-n the best
d All the
, on In "P
: s- uta lojt to
hbo loot to L wor-
:. turn saM to n. ^l
h the tlnals. At the_ other
CURE ILLNESS?
i Muck oi
that
in the .
that dort*. ..i aatmani M -> vuiotj ol pa*-
ncurotk
a quotes
i i., .',, i i
-
. "...
- uh- bbrtoi ln% they
.!
and

acclaimed with
in id mat
Why do Ihey hold back?
Why then h^
trial when. M-
cordlng to its exponent:
The woman who waa
depressed
f..i Inatanea he raoai om
curious result of his trcatimiit of
Onau Who be-
came very depressed.
'..;
nusband whom she loved as well .
u-.-ii to all vtata tha m ol tUBB- " "< her frtanda, home, and per-
(f nil the ills that offlld oonal appearance. She had even
mankindthose that are a eon- put her baby, to whom the was
sequence of a Hothlnfl unreM II !devoted, into a prlvgta home, M
w mind? Bh* felt completely Incapable of
The r oaon, probably Is that looking after it properly.'
hypnoti-m la still associate^ After treatment by h>pno'i>
many doctors' minds with quack- nho felt strong and maaiful and
\. mafic or mumbo-juml). completely able to BQM w th
Though they may balM*0 it can things,
do good, their coin Jen. . In Iho Dr. Magon/t continue, "She
method is seldom great enough (old me she had riven.:) a featt-
to overcome the feeling that the phone call from the m.ilron of
inf some-
one is rather absurd, with tht
constant repetition of such com-
mands as Vou l
ira faalnt)
nrn-t l>
qurhi cool own pow-
ers. Smi"" tff the im
being a little too con
ions nind
lo bjrpnotiaad pauaW and a*

life with (oj and '""

tng to a recent pej pOVCTfu]
children I stloai
putting
them lhal when th. I
II have no difficulty i

labouring over at
When M
a Bsumnrn a.
I I I I \N
Mfi me miMi*. "'""-,,'" Whan who had Iwen born w
f the la.ider Rawlc Phi hpa |f (,nnv .. ,;;. condlnoi disease the efl d ol i
,cd of D. aftirray o*' anxiety to cover th.
orge McClenn
i wealherhead
H IS< I
loofl F. star, Albert
ilc. and UourkO Foster In goul
showed that he is probably at the
height ' lualKecp-
T. Hut what of >oiiiik i .
had plonb to choose from. He lost
the Mannnit: twin
bei n.y tin h watch ttn th \
Jirdan next season. Jordan has i
bundle of energy ond his swtm-
raor- n ho
cent in urn this way he should be an
island player of merit for mnny
j aan i, i oma Qurlei iw b n
"Mortimer" Wcatherhead. Mal-
J. hn t'habrol and
ire Just i few ol Ihe
ill.! lie lo
COl 111
Alan Taylor
young plajft a hi
: ||g)il next !
TWO SECTIONS
Now for the men** league. U
s-ilit into two set V"'
and "B", with i\vr H id
dhrialori Stiappeis won both cur-
In the A' while In 'FV division.
Whipporayi, well skipi^ered by
| tie league cup
r K I
oi I year's sh ;-
the watei
n Tlies
' the
in the next Ihn
Then bj next Olyn pai
which would form a micleu f..r
sending W.s' l
not one from Boii
BASKETBALL
The highlight of ihe 11

Tour, win i
bi ought down the curtain on ..
... ...
laid Ihe foundation lop the fur-
irelopmenl ..i thai game m
I] -r.f.i |kll]
tactka, rhyt]
cv< ii th" showmanship of the
Dei
comhlno enectlv* I -
in to pi



I of the
..... t 01 lha club i'ii
l | rlai' -
ColW HCO.B, Carltoi

i 1
i tub a 11
i lice 'it, |

lha mot*, creditable, sm
Jlr In a ket-Ball.
M] advice to playon i* to eon-
...

..... .
t i.i ihe r.iles and finer
n tael
h ".iling
TABU Tl sms
THI LADIES' Qr
created gn ai lob i
conalderablo un] rovoi
shown ii
M Wood. It William'. J. Clarke.
1
Many ot>'< i pre good
!:(.
llgagi ompelll
q

Barna in the !.
OPI N < ll iSIPIONSHIP
IN the Ladlm open
0111
won in
.!. ; ed .
Will ughby to meet N
vie. Phillips
C.OOD DISPLAY
FROM a Held of M
Archer i ym i' I 8v
ll D. Ciuiler

ibln wai won by B. Innlnt tCora-
Schuoll a coming
,f M
to Anlab.
1. Worrell and R- Phillip*
[PeUcan) wore trw amnen in a
. Graonldgn and fc
"a,n" ,N .!l
proved th.d he ii still
|i | land be t when ha again
hg ,t Campbell G
bi tha latand wide
ehamplonihip.
The loi '
eomplimented on their efforts to
.,, tei interest in the
game. It is Ihe wish of the
. :i to send a mil
to South Trinidad next
,11 be made to
torn to fruition.
IM] YACHT RACING IN
BAKHAIMrS

ual series of
rtagnttai commencing in
January and continuing into
June AH '

...... tpi
:iu Nohts partWpam m tn^
imprhung ol Frtri
oarnely B, C, l, D and
On the whole. the S.
successful, good M
rmghout and U
. kfn it is hoped that
the number of yachts
(or the IUS3 Series will hv > aat
rably
Jaopkaanok ...
, ychhitr
thai hypnottam can
good. but. they
..ssible. for tnstonci
pi i p .i pattentH with ob'
proved by hj, n
many failure
llnrdlv a him 01 failure
Bui h irdlv a hint of 00
failure i ad lo appear h
Dr Philip Mai
(i. hi Medk nc iHein?
mann. 9?. 6d.i which he haa
len in order to widen nv*
Intereat in hypnotherai j
pity i..... D
ii prealdeni ol the Med J H
\
for bypnoti m NU h arw m >
n weakened by
..... i *
advantages.
In in '
he dfcsn '

, ..... .
the home where her baby
being looked after, to l> told there
waa a ease of poliomyelitis there.
'ir I had got thai message ,, moot*
agp, aha told me. '| *hm,
gun i raving mad with worry. But
I un feeling lo well now that the
nan did not bother me -
Evidently whatever else it did
hypnosis did not induce n t'u
mother the beating that Nhe muit
bava bar I ... ,m md
away fion. infantile
paralysis,
Itiis asi-nii>hr,| the dor tors
hypootlarn is ..
ta enact, there I
est doubt that it can bg vety
tberapi
a re-
hi the m thai Had ,i
L a cure which h,
ished doctors .ill o\ 1
The patient was bov of IB
ho had been born wfth i i ire
h waa
. Ihe body tti
.i thick horny black casing.
No treatment was nf .iriy avail.
an<| a young dwtor a' a last resort
damned to by hypnotlam. He put
the patient to ihjop in th>* u ual
l and -uggested
iHE
I
By CIIAI'MAN I'lNtlUK
I fanlii
isli no longer pravi
i go- don doe'.
telling him all the |
thai worry ihem.
They get that over before the;
by fiiiinK n
item OJUtB-forao .ib-.iil their pain
i gh palpitation'. md pet eni
while sitting in the a ..
After a I wntnlnuta
through the answer- the docto
claims t" U- abla

a patient ami
an be eliminated from "h
:
. mm Phr Tiiiii-Ic"" unnecewarj qu-stioning.
t iiovii d a d lea m Th sujot^fegma one I
(Or one for women are a
their excellent nerd: im oan undarngnd thaw
' I Th* ,(' ",S
I *l your heat oft
nd !("* Do
-Ug*e^t.-| . (,.
arm would i t bettot Ahotit five
thorn] raalng of
ned and fell off,
i.-.--tng tn rmaJ mder-
'<" With rurther hvpnotica
nearly II the afTeeted*
i |
'IHi's must chnime'
A well-known apeeb i
. mentlng on thi* oaaa In the T'^J
oaaerlbad the pattanfi ghn c-
tust as much an anaujnuCol di*-
fallrty a as elubfoot. In his
- opinion the fact that hypni
could cure it "demands a revision
of eurrvnt enneepts '.( the nig*
t tlon between mind and hnde."
Thi" r)ttr.lordin*ir\ p I hOU '
certainly back un Dr Maeonet*
ut.'i for a mat iat of
m be doctor'
I
1..ES.
You Work When You
Call On Doctor X
ti your familir? Arc bou .cared
lo be alo... "
friends near |/ou?
Do t/ou often ruich seeeT*
naercd a
hi d even: Do>
I,f>u sntoke iwire t'wn JO ctpor-
ilny"
.
D) pencilling a ring round 'Ye;-
i; No'. The ipi
hi complete.
A supply waiting room erltl
10 fill one In DJ

batllu''
Ir,
The j: ;si.. n
: " i !-... i|>. u
avaa ceruniltiiig-room nmt and
laada to more certain
than would be posubie in .m in-
alonss.
It also protects the doctor
against the tOO-tal
who confuses the dlagn
harping on hie I
Tid forcct'H

em of
ii race hi. h>w to pas-; :h<-
Uour
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