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rn.i TWO SUNDAY VI.MH ATE ,n n in i I HBER tl. IM2 COJ.ONY CLUB v Old Snglish DCmas ^Dinner i 55 on i MI. 11) r.Tii Cahib galling v v Al >• |l II III KI r NEW YEAR S EVE I. M \ li \\< I IMI III IH 1 TICKETS %  I, J* IVI.pli-iir i'l"7 £ g I \ I MM. I ICI Ks oM.Y CHRISTMAS EVE AND YEAR FESTIVITIES | OLD %  £ 'She JSarbados Aquatic Club Al S will I). MR T and 9 M PRICE $3.50 MENU cHRnmMk ivi %  Col %  >' %  % %  Julia ne Rolled SlulfCd FhniB Fi>h %  Cranbrrr' v rt tr.r %  1 Plum Pudding — Hard Satire Wnfrt. %  Null Demi for Ckriilma* S IDING tba CtariK i Barbados are Mi V I'. .1 4111 l-i Jllli -nd Slst). M Balloon Dam %  lii.M PMII will I lump PRIZE holdai ..r ma Lucky Ticket "vTTitArTivr BALLROOM DFX'OHATI<>\'• &f — oaoaoaaeaaaeaaaaaaaaeeee It'.s alua-vs a Piea-fwre to Dine at. . HOTEL ROYAL llinl MM fr MMOTMBtftMU MENU: XMAS EVE DINNER—DEC. 24TH \ i M mn" Fruit Cocktail I 'Up CnllkM] Gonsommr i Flab, Cucumbac Cream Saurr baked fluffed Dc.li.hi... Fin.' Herbs. I. I. < II I THIS FVF.NING MONDAY 0 A 830 THE STRIP and GLORY ALLEY LOtHS ARMSTRONG MICKEY KOONEY I.ES1.IF. CAPON KAIJ.Y FoHNRST -MAY WFUNRSHAY PINKY and NO i HARD WIDMAKK LINDA BAN inp6t. s, Hi i ft* % %  Ufa fitUM Dumpltnt* Roast Louisiana TVrkt*. Cranberry Saw* Flulfy Km II i\ u PMMMI IlT.rtrn.Ml Roll Flur-. I'u.i.i IIK. Brandy ft Hard Sauce Xmf Cak* Minn* Pic | A la Ilov il %  MUrta. dixr i Ni Assorted 8wwl XMAS DINNER-DEC. 25TH %  Mai HOT* D'Ocuvrca. Grapefruit Maraschino %  Vateneh. Soup I R I Ml ITad Flvmc Ptah, lUltn U II King FMt Ml I Bav i %  p it* Hawaiian York Ham Aupu! Red Ribbons ol Beef, v rh Mr* iniddlnt: Braised Si Philip Turkey. CMppotatt, Cranberry Sauce Vagjafal %  dad Be %  • idte. Creole HHIPotatoes Browned Plum Pudding, Brandy A Hard Sauce %  Paaeh OdW A MM Mints. \ Demi Tme *ae o eee M ee*e>r-reeo^ UNDERSEA KINGDOM i ** %  i. aidi Him*i i .ml l-l \MI ,1 Mirt nlU W •!•.. 1 uii/cist M.wai M Sim-ln UriH a • jn I Doubt* M*rptf "INllII mi I ntYts BtMKUg I Mrlrnr l WeaaafOaj SK I * RAINllli i i OH or ni II A Ml KRI VM4* BUT ITS GOING TO BE €IOUE*% \M4t MERRIER IIIM a. la .. M with Holiday I'mtivilifK al CLUB MORGAN \IU;I-H KW and K inns Xiiflil Special lloliila% DaOMn • NKW VBnra KVK a ORCHESTRAS' FANCY l>Kh~SS IIPTIONAL HATS BALLOONS tfOTSEMAKERS II..'ii r t—* -Il>SI.IMI I ii.il IiFor It%  i \ .in-, iH l %  GoVi 1 irm£ %  %  Ahf *C IfnlirfilV | EAVING ^iuian I! %  ... bj 11 W.| A i\l paasexl richer al Bvn Aicord Go. tmnui Daj \ . i the i Mi < E, Peroy oi : I iR M [. p %  .!:. %  j /%  Examination l l '-> ri"*tbt -r no Mr /.*/< Iiidich Sugar Aasocial e<| l" v. I( sda. i %  \|H NTHONY 1 incir rtrt "'' :, "' ''""' ./, .„, i ifhr jo \*an %  %  >;.i. wa.' a p.i >i '•'• i A for TrtaadadJoai Tiun a Ml ti < na BM Hour on a >ln.iI Labour AdM.srr to C, D \ -i u \illiu > Ck rhtm m I'tirii,-* \A ROWNI who T 1T1 P""d mrough hcrt> earbci I Mw LMI bli way from the annual . ; ^m. MfenaflDu laj i--f.r,. nrtunUtaf io the The Children's Gi %  ""' '''''*' '" I92M linMrfaU Coltaag of Tiupical Agri\1 on he is doing a p WJ N ma Hi Akriculture. ff'lurnin/t Tomorrow %  Q ty m p im't OBVHW Dance whkh u a) thr Dnii ii,,n on Docei Ira and diniciiiK begins al par Tncr.' wlU %  asked Io bring alum; Hi. | in.ii ttolidoyimt With family KM I ss DOROTHY l ATM. daual ii R. Phrawi ..i i) Country R MB I'll Tiiui-iLi. Dorothy who grwhj I Kojoytd Holiday W i. OOfUNG 1 %  on P'riday morninc foi ( Back Iron, US May ban Da B %  \' Department. Pnblir Buil-llnr Ii G sin g ..... tlnn. 4V( Spent in Risl.in.! gdd here Tnay ww t^A v \ j, KBDAR RICKHJ wl, rj ..f i B i. ti Baal Indian Cricavt Board of to irlurn Ml 'P'' 1 lite spvntimii guest o( ^ I %  to the island Sha will %  > M.i I Uaj I IMuToyio, WUk /.„.,„ \flS6 /OTCB KNIGHT ,.f lluI ... ,)„ '* %  -..ii Training: Colk-a,I : %  Mr. Cuth R %  H-W.l.A. to gpand %  holiday with Mr. und Mi-.. Chark) I rj Road, \fhr FH Month* lyiRS VA6CO HOYCE I,.. %  Vwr Knfflf* 'pilE Turk,. huabea i h Guiana Union \ • • I Guiana on FnUBg by B.W.I.A. aftrr % %  icndirig Bin awntha 1 in It her hii'l.ainl>. relatl %  Passage panlan] |l > ihlldren and her moth.-r. Mrs. R. Van Lange of Bartica. ,\I IARLESREJS BarristerF^-(equibo. %  % %  %  r ... H I Luci u I v Sh | NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER al ST. LAWRENCE H0TF.I il will I.. MHO PIT Prison and Ihis will iflrludr a el* ol rhuiiipaKfn. • Rulli and Peler Miiri:.m hope |o S you al Th. SI. UaHMMI Hi %  M P l-of-gpaio. "III. mill Januarv Hlvcr B*>ach Gut '' Ii.kj.. '> nlh iron BrtH* Oolana, UVftll m Tun' %  i •' v. Ivr yrara. Ho ",' ""• lala Dr. 1. S. •I 'nephew of : nmrll ol Ih, i.. n, no .ho I hi, prol,o„ SMI..— Mill.. in %  d Miilr..| rame over i"-^I BMBI BM81 MERRY XMAS For t/ie Whole FAMILY '...,"' M,nMI 'F OIFT FOB Till WHOM KIDs OARJ DOLLS BALLS iiim. m \K-% RIM H I m;nil -. QAMCh II: \M> 1. M'lll S -II\|| x-nt i on \ ilovBrCRtTB BO MAM1 r\Mii.v iu:n •II" Kl\(.I>KI "I HXNKII v I DNB iM'it; II \ •Ms roprn *i i 'I ll'CI IIBarOI B RUT-. HIM SHIRTS IS \| | TIFS. RM Ts. A I MktRWt:.\na II Whll V PTJAM\BOW TIES HBI'SII SITS ->i iprrn-. I* I. XMiBftOaTJ I I s w 3 I I T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) I mi n MI ^^^ ^^^ Phone^^ : %  : |J Rl IOI V18IT I I! I \ \\I.IIIKI HUM U fi'r^i 1 %  >> %  i AT i>n, ion i.i-i I I



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&rXDAS| frlECF-MBEB 21. 1952 Sl'NDAl \li\m III r.W.i rniiii AT THE ri.VK.MA It's Thai Mule Again .. .. ii Gardening Hints For Amateurs TH'j WEEKEND, there is only one film for me to t*U ^ *Jtfr "'* * to the fact that ihe Pla/.i hi its scMfle so that "Montana Belle" has its Igg-j thowllU tonight, and \hv Glob* la having repeal pt-rfoimances of Tha, | .mber, e"The Strip" and "Glory Alley". As a matter of fail, all pwniiy the theatre -I'heilules are bein^ chained Ihis coming **J ,,f "•* %  >*"">. ntM week TO that the BWW holiday films will open on DeccmS^rT *^"""" f 1 or T""' ber 24th. Bui nor. of thai in next Wednesd.. FSSttt TSmfgfE when my rtnrin will bo out. fortunate! > M %  lleialei t h a growlh of weed* and grass. By the lime ihe nun come* Bui more everything "• the garden But even al (he risk of neglecting Uie weeding and .•utting Ihe first thing lo do a.t the weather settles a bit u to grt UM Annual M*. Planted. This job. %  ihc Horticultural Exhibition next year, must In special at once, or im plants ., ;il Do) be I hnttnuu. broadcasts will, ol in (lower in time. Us just as well O'Connor course, be lh Chi.Mmas MeoeagjB %  • BUska .1 note ol tha d.ileof iho "" *iT p T*?'**. the Queen, har F\!ubition now. they are r*ebmar> FARM AND GARDEN IsWRKHR FOR roOD—B) Auntola At ihi thou in the kitchen, ggpaci. %  %  sis ,,TU : ban '' M aroua gg tha tint diapUyai on -T-' -shelves The IMIILIRV NOUS 1.1 1 And now for the Empire's picture*—FRANCIS HOES TO WEST POINT. Yes. OUT old friend. Ih< gravel-voiced mule, whose wit and perspicacty have staggered man) iwo-legged creatures. Is back in ihe third of his adventures with his young friend. Donald O'Connor. If you haven't seen Francis, it's high time you did and thi* farce is worthy of its predecessors The story begins in plant, where D-iruld foils an attempt at sabotage through information given him uy rir.t official broadcast as Queen. ;g .,,.,, Mare* 1, mi" 7n~ulantin. f rancu. Aa a rewaid. Donald %  • -iih !" .*.. -•,_ u. ...... —..—_ B.B.C. Radio Notes .Message frm Her Majesty The queen thief of ihe BBC. .. • and rouw O00.1 urv %  %  • .1 mltal on and I %  u Idndj afi >• %  feeding and %  .., -.1 id sure are the five liu m i^bWg wl m poultry-keapuii ,,. ,..,.,.„. %  * %  > %  ing of records. Unless VM know tfmtun „, ,-,„-,,„,..,, *.„, production cost* you will he unran v able to discover whether yoo are ( „. |1( pn ^ making a profit ot a l. enlerprue s seems obwou* I carcase. To moe' the I I Hlf Up I of the microthe old I •. ,.i ..(;, r ncis goes along phone since her flnrt broadcast at ^„Md^M^L\Z,-x,sZ.v^^ tomfoolery of u> age of fourteen ar. MM wnue IU nue u *ee lhe*e led in II, E \S %  '"' W~* " '" alth Hei Ua ll < itn ? Of two r !" a Ated^ri. w, •! %  ..;; 22SSI SZ&ZZ r':..^::: -r p*"* a and. of course. Frjincl. foes .ilt-nn phona llnoc hci loo. Most of the tc '.del life Is included from the hazing of .:ff-reserv.!l<.n romance 11 Is u„. Commonw.-.llh lii \;", ml one ..r In hrancls. *nh in, aWtMrna ti.ii 1I. will spaaji ,,i 11 on ,i m <>ti **?! onm '"' lr '"' r esi and Icct pud urbane wit lhal brings an Chrjsunaa I>ay and I '' l -,,, l | l" picler plantlna Ihe mlarious twist to all situations, ol Ihe message will be Klvan •'' ,vl "'nowtri am Among other things, he Is an exm the inln.,1eost (mm nrnallfi Francis really shines and though Ihe coach quite naturally begii hear. Tranc, giving him Ih, II,.E"? K .. .tia^lkS !" m ". ko ""* oltastothccorrc.-tplav,. lie lake. ST. am£t!r&*ZSJZ !" iS """"'" 0r """" Ihe mule's advieand West Polnl ''"„ :1 .* !" n .'" %  '' %  ""'..,..'" ""rh pritt, .„u v.rtod c, COM from victory to vn' the crowning athievement of defeating the N'aw. The picture is filmed at the famOUf American military academy of West comma times, while Donald O'Connor, • %  the comically eon: used young plebe. ably stands up to all ihe competition meted out by his scene -steal! n# co-ftar, Altogethtr. FRANCIS '.-F_S TO W K S T American n.iliiary academy of .;.'.„,'.?' %  Point, with Francis in full K^Jiffinand of all jituaUoru at all fl-oi^ [.. I'OINT is a .-efreshing and highly "1^1 amuslna e-ening'* entertainment. u S!% lo^d.^K'eouS; • ~; r sSh-gSi,-if this broadcast are no) vel comVHt '' "" %  % %  i,, d " vtli. a coiiimuou* 1. it will IIT.K '"Pi'l.v "1 >eedhngs foi replanting. .. .mluding the Another advantage with double lilfhtiiiL; i, HI. .ii.o rail) i ls.m i* ihal when planting ihe of Ihe United Natlonj In KM i nme thev >aii Special beams—the apot "ght into the bed whenihe Queens UaataajB will be put.thej in I dlaiaangtna l>n tfqr the I:, ft ''.ii'.-'' •'" "• *row, so (ii^it-niiot. the mfirntiig nrnadciisttlu itii tha DaOsaalb ol .< Mod IkM arts ai 1000 .. m ml Atlothel pay border or Rock ; Day and there will Ixl-ardrn pl.,,,1 ,., Ihe snull varied ,.f 0.49 p m The pro.afj ockl ,. t omb Th|v 1|fe u a*l* Cur < %  full I>..HF ..id %  ... ARTIES HEADLII... •""',::. ;,;,.,. bu. u„k, h.„h, Ax I mentioned above. I will be :i-vicwing the Holiday films in Wednesday's papi'r. There will i>e two musicals and a melodrama The latter will be showing at the I'laza. Bridgetown It is "Big J fnm Her Majesty Other Christmas Prourannnes illy grown. Spac .11 ihe -... % %  apaetal BBC Another plant who's llowei> are gay and bright, but which are no good lor picking u, the Hollyhock. Hollyhock seeds too can be planted from liMirut Mr ighf into the bed where Ihey McLain stcTrnn, John Wayni and proa?mmmei which we SSB !!*J t ?g:_ T ^ ,> P?"^ ** %  appears to be an action-pack,0 l.ke n, b. ...g i.. your attention l.ut "", n i ,„? V 1V.H '.* J*gg >loVyofthea l l 1 v 1 u.--..fani.wc ( .tihere are a tew Sunday 21*1. -'''•' hunch cons.derably so thev gator tor the House Un-American !> M | m SalaetlOBa from Han***£> lf v v n "Jf"* of rw m ., b >' Activities Commltte. agalngl lha del's M Mtoh' uhuh has become l>l"niina Ihem far ap..rt. HollyCommunists in Hawaii. "Slngiir a standard Crtrtstma-J taatun .( ,,oc,w look tovely when pLinUxl to In The Rain" at the Globe is. from Ihe BBC; Wednesday, 24lh. 10.15 H" tw aaamst n wall or in front of .,11 accounta sparkling, Teehnip.m Talk by Ihe Archbishop ol a hedge. The flowers van be double color musical stnrrinir GemKclls c..nterl.titvWadnaadu 24th OT single, red pink or white, but and Debbie Reynolds while "Jin! 1C30 p.m. (right altar the Archwhen planting get local seeds as For You" at the Empire Is. accordI ishop's talk) Carols from King's ihe imported seeds of the double ing to reports, a domestic comedy College Chanel. Cambridge, which .anelv do not flower the same with music, starring Bin*j Crosbv , ,,,,,, B frfllliri nf ; n BBC year. Even the local seeds are and Jane Wvman, with Elhrl Christmas Weeks; ,.mi %  %  v.. and tike at.. %  Hi: IMII IT ChrUtma* Slorv from Jamaica 'Caribbean Voices', Ihe weekly hall-hour ol W.i Itulian prOM Barrvmore Christmas Day at 7.4% v m tha nontha from seed planting .. Rd.glous Service. • .vcuig. Most Hollyhock Il.-wer l-ikes naad siakinK. for if tl not kepi m an straight upright position they lose half their ehfcrm. Stakes should never iA Comblcr who had to moke a half-hour ol W I 1dl ,., pros. j*fja however but should be payoff oovarl ( •" %  bmadca>t aach Sundaj ,'', ""T*." nnd shoU d Jl .. method wherebv ne ouki pi %  '' .!• P"' "11 also have %  thick and long enough ..,. u. ., COrtaln numbvi t dollai billt special Christmas flavour on the plant they support and no irnre. into tan i i i aiy !" "•-' Th r*rogramrna mA good stock or neat stakes of that he could take .w an, nun gudaa _a /hortatory by Ten, in dollars ti an l I IMS la— (hi. rmnlmld iif HIV '"*" '•P 1 '" '' "JOOUWIli leilOlg Ol COI1SI.IIKIV splittinx .up the contents o. an> % .^^ ^^ T(w ^ ^ ^ ^ fit the broadcast will be a delightful children's story. 'Garden RoA hank or raffia for tying is ; t Eui.t itad h aad ot Granf,^,, u ^.fu) ,„ baaa .'• *'W be well lo 1 1 %  > II doa enter. Next to 1 a are I nttai ..i.ii ground a itar the ' 1 i' 1 "' %  "" %  1 Drid, while ihe ptlgrtmi xonr in gatnani plan hoi 1 1 therefore inehide the follow 1 pratrOeai mu> 1* bappb 1 Cor H Scrub the water pana dally wiih l*aati but wish all plenty of soap and ler 1 py and rinse in u solutioti nf dismfei • %  i p r trnaa 3"*"2, V of i toUaipuonfti] lo I p %  rater, Wa n :h,. feed, n ratca i H h em %  %  land, help il ti soap and wat* rinse i ii .Hi.lant soli.;.. Ui SACROOL I IS THL FINEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS Don't be without a hot\ tie—h'*> a real standby. (In Sale at k.MGHlS limn Murrs SPECIAL DELIVERY Wilh ii Iti.iiip.-i -rlii lii.n lr < hrislnius (iitini;: — MOT PLATES TOASTKSfl WASHING MACHINES Rf KRKilKATCIRS TVPKWRITKRS OFFICE APPLIANCES ( \IIIM:TS SAM S I.KATIIEK (i(H)US • WATCHES • CLOCKS • JEWKI.KRV • TOYS K. II. Ill Ml & (o.. Lid. |ili 5136 pleasing gilt* tor evergone in Ihe fantilg SPIMI ,nur ClwaalaaM (mm ihe fslfewtei HI VI K M M.H Pill •> %  (.III II I ill I'KII in M kg •''t HINO lh IIMI HAPPINESS 1 K. II \/l I M I i i:\'s PI rii I:MI\ I I t'XI'KY Mas VARDl I I ~l I4711 COLOGNE %  > Is \M V-. I \Hlls and MA,\S Other \Y1 W (. is C. f.\I.Lf().\ IMWNI Wkakpli A K.'I.I.I Drutiti.l Mil l>UI •! lib Saebuck SI am von. MAin A \M\S fglMVI rlov a Tin of . \. K. POMADE I'sr II as dire* led. and sou will have Ihr SdWip-t most gtaaaanaa half ••" could ilr-n.Add heaei. lit tour hjir ihr Mg| — UM V K. riMlllll LIMOGES MINATURES I Nan -iii|inu'm juai open d in ifans fat XMAS C mill llie\ Bjiakc UM Meal t.i(t. JIK| \oit \ i-.il our slorti.tnis i. nwi.iv In Hollmi Ijne J* anil >oull hH>v*.^^ v I : *%  #£r#r ### THE IDEAL XMAS GIFT!! I s A OKOIIXMO IIV l PEEK FFtEAN CU1T LKHJEUB PORT SIIKHRY i ll UNPAONI CM KTAII. I i nit drink GIsMtmr* — lulls und Timililrrs in roloarfiil Ii And Xmas dffsMtalad T..I.I. ninn. i (.'laths and llrip Miln\itu\nos CO-OP. COmiX I.UTOHY LTO. %  I NOW OBTAINABLE AT \U LEADING STORES ASK Mill JOYBELLS, ARCADIA. CHINA BLUE, BALLET. PLAYBOX FLORAL ETC. ETC. ^ws^tsisisisivimmssiswHM^i^stsisis'MHmmm MODERN HIGH SCHOOL MOODY SCHOLARSHIP WINNERS. ll i> f $ ft,! ? I.•.MM Ft u UUSAI • s I ."I •*.-.. %  %  u s—r< • M-J % 



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•M.I 1(11 R SUNDAY APV'K \ 1 i -I NDAT, DBBHH P. HM INDIA SELECTS STRONG B.C.A. DEFEAT B.C.L. WILL FOOTMARK MAKE IT OLDifi ANGUS having : SCOTCH WHISKY I he choice of ninnoissrurs Dti'lti %  -• "O GlSh.0* *NO tOHOOn 0T8U0*S "WNO-W1UC I'D SMMUW IWl (In Sale 41 MtKTIN IMMMLY A CO.. LTD.. PYRAMID HANDKERC] II EFS /n H A/d./n./ Cohan for men anJ 'I d A-TOOTAL PRODUCT W*Rti>itml Ii*Jc W. Ll* *i < l-vkSMxhWl ^^ I ui l.uwwtiead Socony-Vacuum Oil Co., Inc. Makers of th %  World Famous MOBILOIL Wish all their Customers £ Friends A Happy Xmas and A Bright & Prosperous New Year TEAM li.C.A. Defeats B.C.L: H? o. s. t:oppi\ Ha W\ %  -trong team. In my opinion, b West Indies and n will l>c incumbent upon UM We.t Indies to select opposition worthy of ll,. which the Indian* will 1* able to put into the field against them. Ha/arc, a *eaoned performer, will be kadinf th tram and (here is no question u to hli all round sMUty. He has captained the 152 Indian team to Ensland. He is no stranger to West Indlei bowling Teat centuries against them in IWt TM I reaence of players of the calibre of Mankad. all rounder that has acquired such status as has qualified him for consideration among UkOtC *ho compete for world supremacy in the all round department, D G. Phadkar, another fast medium performer well known kg the West Indies and to Imperial cricket, will admittedly constitute j nucleus around which the Indians can surely build a team capable of testing the best strength we are. able to put into the field, GOOD SI PPORTING CASTE T**HK nun whom the Indians have chosen in addition to the regulars include men of the timbre of Umngar. a comparatively prolific scorer on the Indian tour to England this vear, D. K. Gaekwaa V. J Manjrekar, C 0 (ioplnath, all Test men who .i gin*! .1'iiiiinl of theni.-i There has been some experiment with youth in the persona of irangan. 20-year-old medium fast bowler. P. Gupte, 23-yearold off break and googly bowler. 20-year-old M L. Apte. opening batsman Deepak Shodhan an all rounder who can bat. bowl medium pace or slow spinnirs. With regard to the local preparations for the Indian Wmr. the first effort was the B.CA.-HC.U annual Inter -Association fixture* B.C.I,. 91 and tier x wiikets) It 1 \ 112 and (lor 3 lric4u*ia) 155 115 Its IttHlkIL %  a successful *•"* J th..t on TTiiinssinar Ian tw did stt -"ongs in l.i'i %  IP I read bctwee•*%  Ja '' he wlH B.C.A. defeated B.C.L. by seven wickets yesterday, the -'ast dav in the annuM B.C.A.-BC I which M Ki rht RCA ft '''^ /,„.,,-1 %  [n om hour foi victor? ored 1 If> runs for th* loss of three wiekt Bftoo had scored 44 runs lor the loss of one wick. second day. >< %  th.-ir score to 155 runs fur AM loss f B wickets declared. The, attract.on of the B.C1* innings was a splendid knock *ouB| t* kso wenl' at number three in the III' L bat tin* ardte C, B. I Boogie* > wult in IT overs and four balls. On the first day of pi v Itf Isfter losing the toss wet. %  nd kittled <>ut for 1 innings. The *i-kei was tricky and St the end 01 plav on that day. B.C.A.. had reM ith 24 runs for the loss of t capable of giving .f our y. ic kets. second day III A earned IMF t"ta> < '*' Skinner Clyde Walcott topscored for his team with an 5 while Rogers the B.C-U. pac'f took five Wickets for 32 runs in the B.C.A.. first Innings. both SKfa Ruddn flUc •.%  •' • ;.-' HU I Danlal .Ipd w Marshall j %  %  tVIVi/. DrrV.i* Mar*hii b WttHan Fall of *Wu t-IS. I 11 1 tr-d at Kensington yesterday in a seven wicket "victory for '-ond and the "batsmrn had :he D.u./v. i—— ,_^ All along I had first commended the B.C.A. for having fielded uStlor such a strong team against the B.C.L. that included three Internationals. This. I must lepeal was a tribute to the unknown strength of the BC.L. who had given B.C.A. cricket such stalwarts as Everton Weekcs. Frank King. Conrad Huntc. C. De IViza, G. Sobers and company. NOT DISGRACED I AISO pointed out that even If the B.C.L. were beaten they would nut have been disgraced. They were beaten yesterday but they %  n IT for having made a match of the game in gpita .>f eondlUoag which prevailed with which they could not of necessity be ever familur .v an Impaired Kensington wicket for the start and this means much even to people who play B.c A. cricket and who shoulu therefore be familiar with it* vagaries and, secondly, the close cropped spacious outfield of Kensington must also pose SBBOUM %  This Is not offered as an apologia on behalf of the B.C L. Far be it from me to attempt to establish a position so completely untenable according to present day values, but certainly it 1* permissible to mention this phase of the romp< lit ion if at all we must give tome balanced on of the match. The B.C.L who had scored 44 for the loss of a single wicket last Saturday went on to score 111 *Uns for the nine remaining wtekatg today. Gerald Sobers, not to be confused with his brother G. Sobers who turned out for the B.C.A.. topscored with a very useful 70. It was a chanrrlos innings during which he hit a six and eight fours. FORCED THE PACE ET 105 runs to makr in an hour the B.C.A. forced the pace and ticket was a peril H< I I.I ln-i.,1kUr.hil! c Ri*r. b laelmr k.*m t b Muddei I ml* <• Hariri b HiiOd*r Ho ** r ^ H Willwm. c Dartrl b Knar" I WalcQll b Rofr> rwh ria.N-. I OrasH o n ot i.,,.!. b Blsekman Cms •""' ""' lUikcr ibw b H*. %  sttrsa Ml 1 111. pnwi isc; ANALYSIS \ nal i,.,--..(. KnHdrr i i "ul i Tota* 'ft" -S wkl-i K.ll „i -k...: 1-3S -B. BjoVLCsM %  • %  ToUt : Rudrivr <. .i.l.i i H CYCLING IN 1952 collected 115 runs tor the loss of three Ro ickels in the required time. Maish.til was free unt'l in ui iva ins baud SMU IKO tu am l' 'it. Rudder and was smartly :i .it mui-ott by Rogers. ( IXHciia Hi an mn ngs of rartanaatisM praouHoa top scored •M'li 46 '<-red all around, the Mm.-. HO was sluing o(T Ins po". tie Lite cut to a nicely and was not afraid to lift the half volk-y inutile unpoliccd long field. Everton Weekes, a model of streamlined batsmunshtp. scored 42 that would have provided lovers of the game with a Saturday iftankOOn entertainment that soothed the Und BtffVg HM9 quickened our hearts with joy. Clyde walcott opened Imrsrassl ivel>. but in fading light and hll QbvioUfl effort to close the Issue '• uRod ui lus nilstimlng a half vtJIey from Daniel and he was stumped for seven. Cammle Smith %  ppUad toe coup do gr* i B.C.A. had won UW BUM INVITED TO PRACTICE TT*HE Barbados Cricket Selectors met yesterday and they have chosen 28 players to practice in preparation for the visit .f the Indian I team next ytar. I must compliment them on Including Frank Phillips of Spartan, Who has been overlooked for some years now despite his performances duniii! the local season. Gerald Sobers, a brother to the G. Sobers of the roller Beys' Club and now of Police has been chosen in addition to hi* brother It Is obvious that his 70 yesterday played a great part in lIn iIvii.Moii to invite him. George. GUkes, .• second division player who has scored 500 runs this season and who has taken 100 wickets too has been chosen .mil it will be interesting to see how he shapes In more senior company. All the other regulars have been included with the exception of C. Mullins and C. Bradshaw the Police pacers both of whom have not done worse than some of their contemporaries invited. I mult agree that the Selectors made a very comprehensive and satisfactoryMMC> tlon except that one of these pacers might have been included. INVITEES T*HE twenty-eight selected are as follows—D. Atkinson. E. Atkinson. H Barker. T. Birkett. K. Bowen. K. A. Branker. B. C. Branksi iC. DePeiza. W. A. Farmer. G. Gllkes, J. D. Goddnrd. I 1. <; Hood 1 A. Holder. C llunte. F King. 11. A. King, N. S. Lucas, it Marshall. %  F Philips, G. Proverbs. S. Rogers. C. Smith. G. Sobers. Gerald Sobers, A. M Taylor, C. L. Walcott. E. I). Weekes. C. B. Williams The first trial match will open at Kensington Oval on Jan. 10 and 'Continuing Jan. 11 and Jan. 15. By ERI-E Mrl-rOii This year was a remarkable one as far as competitive cycling was concerned. The Amateur Athletic Association of Barbados staged one Intercolonial meeting, here but sent cycle and athletic teams to three Intercolonial n i %  abroad. This Association with SecreUu;. Mi Gilmore Rocheforde WU alfO instrumental in netting ace cyclWt Ken Karnum on the Jamaica team which did s- well recent Olympic names in Helsinki This sport of cycling is growing In popularity in the l|and, but still there Is much to be doJM lor the upkOSjp of it. Cycling has gained prominence it. On Hill.1.1.. Iand even Soviet Russia. In UtS early part of July a seven-man cycle learn represented Barbados in Martinique at a Caribbean Cycle IsaStlTIg Tinteam was George Hill. D*vM Grant (Holborne Boys I Lisle Carmichael. John Skinnn Duncan Keiscr. "Flii'h" BrtithwaMs and David Smart and It was managed by Mr. Justice J. W. B President of thv A.A.A.B. assisted by Mr T ... Jemmott. Assistant Bo ti e taiJ of Dernichelh, Franco Osfiloau iPd the A.A.A.B. M Carto o a. It was the Urn time that g! With the axOSpUOO of three team of local c*clstt took part in 1 "A%ciaai eyoUsti road racing o* a high standard t MI. jbr-ad lor the other*. Added land although ti ey hadn't P 1 any of the lifted %  VOB tbe l5-i! f the second day, while Tony Moon n th,-B" elan win tile half mile. L*d3 BVClW %  hall had la tented to llinsh second to Clarke who won in ivn> SV0R1 red in. Seasoned Cyclists Again our cyclisu gained iha necessary xi~ rien..I witii ssasi IODSJSI c US is nc s u ujns snucat sroMsa os comporablo an oui roest iiyfsoaus missing are the state of tnc going and .' "on* wtien he %  aJlop. But I think mere must be some hope. st Bright Light has been reinstated as a hot favourite for the Derby because she did lour furlongs in 49 seconds in company With I CJn reading this, one Is tempted to inquire SfrsESj when has it becc: hongs lavounww lor mile races because tney gallop hail-miles in spectacular time. If it mean* that Bright Light has lo>t none uf her abundant speed, wruco we nil knew she had since StsS has been racing, all weil ana good, uut I cannot see that this one short gallop should make her favourne. it Bag to run against will test her for hjil-a-mnc only in the !)• : %  true mat Bright Light has not only shown signs of speed. | lurlongs against horses like Dashing Princess and uc line she won very hantbomcly. ll i* more, I think, than her lull sister Uow Bells would ha\ua.oti. pluhed at the same age. But lately Bright L'ght hal UI take more than a mere hall the Derby, Hat uallop on Thursday last over a tinle srss BSUefa more revealing gfaS was .u.ompanied this time by Monru, a Governors Cu ( date, ami son 1.481. 1 ""> com-ort. ble tune foi ill -nd >\< I having seen 'he finish. They DO held wfu*n .m be downright m>si havs known no to me after a gallop and both clam. Iha belter of it. nd pool Chutney over Big furkU : sUVS. 10 KM ..i IIIf. The reason rot Ail Babo pulling up lams spoah before last has been dtscovered shoo, It will probably *('l him SOthtl ll five days no will have time I %  sen if he %  i I can a ork up little enthui iasm for the Governor's Cup even ihougn n has in entrants, Kand^Oufl II i.once again making Ihe srhen Fuss Budget beat I W0 ..' %  I -annot see iinoiini he will have to carry 'i weight allowances for i lass publicly unknown Budget lurk ng in the shadows i ctious a surprise. li UM welghl foe els • being taken off now. till look upon the Go 1 r'l Cup as a race much like Has B n a l me when ..'Hid four-yearrss to alvo Ihem the allowance and boat them. Thl* tiTiie it will oflbj bO Bvi poui it II maj provo lust the difference IwO of them it IhO finish. Where Kandytuft met I Ally With too nuich pMs for him last re with too much stamina this year. II be Landmsrfc, Hut ihs wUI havs had to staarpon up on her %  -< rs m NovomtX nd in this respect she may just find the distance a trifle short. If nothing is wrong with Hellican why he too should n I nonl part and early lead it will be all that Landmark can do W11KIS. in experience. In British GvJana With the sjxeoptton of John Skinner, the lest ( tin %  i ived in Martlmqi e with ir ,i models and the M .1 (< n called f'T btkOfl %  special rims, eleraille ir gears and special frame design. The second representative i. ithletes David Inn... Hewitt Rouse iSpnntcrx) McD. Lloyd ..ml Trevor Innlss (Dartai managed by Mr. Gilmore Rochotorde left the island on July 28 hy |ha lehoOMr Timothy Van Sluylhmm for British Guiann to take part in the llfl. August I which was held on the Hat Bourda tr.o k The team was "A" class John Skinner lt"> Sail.on ll.ni' Yardc. Duncan Kei/er. Interni'(iinte'" Seibert Haynes, Malcolm Csrter. "B" class Tony Moore nnd myself and Lady Cyclist Joyce Marshall. :lists m enough practko on lbs I track. The result was that they %  %  as they should and thus then rhanoof sf winning ssara greatly diminished. I'h.H.>urda track also was very heavy on both da] on %  four sfld .i hall lai mile track presented another Then were spills in %  vary roes and um <>f the Hol%  %  reluctant to start in big holds for roar of the spills. : |ng thai .t track framt could cost anything like £20 upt did seem feasible enough for them to clamour for sUmlnaUons in til of? the track UM team had an enjoyable time nnd the B.C. pub] ..nd olllti.iU are looking forward to the vk II "f another UVO toam f"i their 1953 Olympiad. The AU Stan Cycle Club of Trinul.oi held their annual Sport" Meeting in October ind sgaui new one on the scene who takes the place occU• is left to bO SOSfl if she can bring off the biggest pnr.e in the South Caribbean for imported horses aHor ro short a Urns hi lbs b Th ' nil of grow Ing pa ng now that riu'ing in Trlnidsd I* taking i %  ,. l( i„ n M f„rm of an ho %  ttsndnnes to the paddock before race day, It I I %  %  n sntei ihs paddock only, With ttal ... of the village oars nnd the Queen's Pnrk paddm-k wll become more %  %  M Will;I i %  l %  with mixed feelings although on the %  should bo •> tfOOd Ihlni The profoMOOal hnngers-On will i r..r good but so too will the Intccastod but harmlrss spectatcs-. | .should InUghM •< • %  b* irnt too numerous in the end. Carmichael and Lady CycJM Joyce Marshall | down to Trinidad by the A.A.A.B. I athletic team and R. Sealy of th, Advocate s S.. %  part in this mooting; Our cycUsk did well and took the Rrst iii many of U)l I runner Hill of M standing in the Held . A Manly Sport l-ady cyclist Joyce who found II diftlcuh to outsprini i Clarke on the angles in British Guiana, cnr.vinein,: representative learn In John SkinCladH and Jean Perry ,,f British Oulans III ihe sprint races in Trinidad. Her experience in B.G.. enabled her to do this, but still nUCh to learn. i in.miy snarl but there ore *U1I some who frown OB il. For Barbados to keep up the reputation of J. D. Dougla*, niowe and others, our cyclists must be given wholehearted support and help to take part ui major cvcling event* outside. There is still much lip praise and nothing ele. I hope that cycling in 1953 will be brighter or just us bright ns 16.12. o voi II.MI TIIK nimiittrx NOISY i WORRYING AT TIMES ? • GIVE THEM... A BOX OF CRAYONS AND A PAINTING BOOK gr uiil Avtp ihem quxsl $oh IWUAA We have Heaps of... 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c SUNDAY, lil.dMlltR 21. llii slADW ADVOCATK p.vr.r nvT. B.W.LA. Deny New Carib Service .v ii f PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec 16. I.\ \ \\.\\ of a report recently appearing in the press that discussions were proceeding between the British Overseas Airways Corporation and the British West Indian Airways Company on the introduction by B.O.A.C OH?T1 CW scmcc on lhe route Jamaica-Caracas-Piarco B.W.I.A. feel that the actual position should be made clear. No iuch service u even being considered, since B.W.I.A. are •Iwidy operating on the route Trinldad-Caracas-Jamalca three service* par week which complete the journey in the laised tune of seven huur* B.W I.A. and B.O.A.C. are. however, fully eons-tout of their responsibilities in connection with the recent resolution of the Incorporated Caribbean Chamber* of Commerce calling for %  direct service between the Eastern Caribbean. New York and London. No i %  | MM has as Jllotorinq flws^Tbpics The last vestiges of the ilitw jnaaf and to these fortunate few ion that motorin* is a luxury, or , %  Qgfei Out rather, jclous-a hobby of the ver> long since left us Mo.onng has A' th.' I Barbanow bee* universally r.cognised do* .md its r^i.l IJ as being, in one form or anon %  the very h patsa of OH modi gag saaiieil — whether we Individdegree from motor-cai in thai ually run a vehicle or i iu lay BrtUa we us.', c^ery ,>a Ucle of most emphasis on \ehicles in ihe i food that we eat. is at one tune popular priced clan. %  or another dependent on nm^i .rans^o.t. whether it Is for the Briefly. '"" H owing to &• i ertilUlng of crops, for the BOB. I %  'vintage" >ear : v veyance of raw materials lo the • %  "* %  '" *"• %  %  * Ual factortes and the suse^uent dis" r l "" i.o.ajle exception patch of the unished a.tides to torturers bav* cooAaad U making detail isnnrovi The foregoing is Just as true for inls island as it Is for any itory on earth, and in thu. laiion although the %  I '.iy u live com "*'" '' • *l"ll %  -An... Many n rtastsi i 1 %  Mll.-I olumn we should like to touch lightly and without going .nto too much technical every aspect U the s„.. affects our <).::> we motor for pleasure or business, whether we drive private cars, motor-cycles or commercial entire subject i'.iy under the most c,. APB '' %  *, %  *? *• 'la—as i nd discussion, IUH W 2?**" 1 "^ %  "*'' Not. Bftven Bold Christiuus iiviU WUIglUl i-.T... :,... haaaq e nope in due able to discuss sue •' M %  i. mi :i '. n .„,_ Alklk Wt.1 l SS At I.I T ft iiMi^bm raay •>. torn* ham iti What yo-. > > %  •-• M %  • surmise a tt the eh-Wr-n >-v l/.dv <; %  the rnmotroller for Development an-i Welfa-e after whl*h i hououe* of f|o'ir w*" "f"""'-' *" l ''. M' D-'P^-'e Ward, AWtfltaW Beeis ssar n -. ,>,k re'-irv. T>— wot* of -htnirc was • % %  •..'_. raw iici -i hi MAsiN %  SMM ml*. t m d |, U jou h.v. %  bu V -h*4uic-. be wi*# "'tin.,, tafcs iho. B „ or afr r vwuniR a '*•.lux-II *ou think And w tl """> %  hopeful. NOVKMUa Tt mlj br iloin no* 'lit out of at DO rr m m I %  I-M. r Wtirr da> than i a .mil*. %  sstssfloVterinlnod-lo-H Ii •rfomplun much %  I'M tnura at u IAN) Url bow bstan to • TIMI tin. ill holy *,.ril, lAJfl Aar SSL. **"'•"• % %  Howr iismiAIV moved by Mr*. McD. Bi • %  in,.. Xmas Parly . was in u happy mood, MHI:. the carols and dancing to the calypsoes. There was a large Christmas tree from which the Inmates and staff received Si'". Which were distributed by Mrs H. I. Smith and Mis. C. U Hut| i.l: TO-DAY SogltUrUix Ihlvurm. pnliiirm mum -I i.t.tr inp iniliUr)-. %  %  •r hlshliicM. of ,h„ SUIT,* .<>oed >l dUy.. .nd b, not .1-1 H.lll-I.tr f IV-i.l ->l o< lUj-fonriWId. Mjtr.fiw>n, Aib*'i p flVrhun*. editorUSTffllAG HOURS ii NIMI. uirr.Mnra -i ''( i-lirii ;iii >u The Sacrement of Contlrmation will be admlidatered by the Lord Bishop of Barbados at St. Stephen'5 Church on Tuesday Dec. 23 at 8 a.m. 62 candidates will be presented. They will receive their First Communion immediately afterward.*. Xmu8 Carols Pupils of Indian Ground ouls' School presented a Christmas programme on Dec. 10. iDa pro* grmme Included carol ringing and games. There was also a Christmas tree filled with presents which were distributed to tiu.girls after the prog: Unit*.. *> pm Thr New, Osswral PSMH fci n daj Half Hour .MM pm Ivnr Pi "•• .1. I'M SIJRM Ml • 00 pm Fmm th Bible. SI) u Ci>Sli*h M UU | M . U rZ p,"i.m N*M 7 10 ,, m || onl# Nrw ,7 &m a \ T 15 p m tat.bbran Vole PH. i % t ; 1.ii — | Radio N..l |M pm IVM N(lV !., ,. • Pm Thr ChrUUln Hp#. t M p n, p.m. Prom the gditoiUU, (.|S p m London Pomni. 10 49 p.m UUIIC Masa MOM>AI Henan %  • %  *• — • P.M. ts.ua 4CO pm Th New* 4 lo p m Th r. 4 11 pm N W N.m. 4* P.m Uner Awhile. p m U.irne., 6d. Prize Drawing RES1LTS. !e of $240 p—ioai; 2n.. 1057. 3rd PlttO P -ISM ( :' W '' n ? Prize F-iot ; 7, h Prlaa ItlSILTS 1st Prize of $240 P—J0BI: 2nd Prize L— "" ith Prize 159: 6lh Prize K -1098. Ttfl 1'n/i .<—42; Bth Prize C—1514; 9th Prize W—1196; 10th Prize N—845; and well nourlabad bon ket. 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DEC. 21 — NO. 254 TOPICS ents to mod.U \.hi u hav pvoirad Uaaai worth vtous years. a our point km ii re, Ihe n i; notabla • •aptlon t" Iba toresjoiag sat HI i is t \ %  %  %  %  !h %  Austin and Nuttald Organ-1 II '"""' irse u> oe ^ owrr p llt „„! |,y jhij lir .it. ubject.. ,, ,. r pleasing elated topic of driving techn.qu.. )( ,,. u lim ,, v ',,„„. to give so far as they may be "JL^T 0 ^ 1 ""P"^ 1 "" .ho, luri. lo furore in the Island, and to make men,„„..„,„nht !" . lion of motoring as a ft? li.e io..t.ibu.ion whi.h p.operly Th VOrd u-iny organised comp.-lUlve ii.otortng emtxirkin; on its makes for the wcii-oemg of the i h the outstanding Consuls ami average motorist. Ultras conaactlon it may of t e moi %  nottei ultimately be poskiole to arrange tro on a small scale a Hal|y in thi.s in these VI %  : II ntm island, perhaps similar to those models — when :tiey first aparranaed in England h> tndivuPrsjd, ual clubs under the auspices of Vanxh.il%  i the R.A.C. and w c would appreand batter Vfyn i nd Vafcutsa late the reactions of readers in or should we say. fur the gaka general to this idea. We should of ncademupurity 'V< be most happy to receive latM .it future seems to U from readers on this or on any In stortot I putti whu-n Use) iii.i. 1 ily in the South discuss, and we I shall look forward to answering p*ehU questions at any time. 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PAGE SIX SUNDAY ADVOCATE BAR^ADOSjA ADVOCATE Sund) 1 .-. .%  ..!>. II, IM COMMONWEALTH HKSUI II4IS SO far u the CnlUwti the mart Into tisions %  nnounod si the end of the Costv monwealth Bconomk Conference decision lo develop Commonwealth resources. Everything may be said to depend on what Commonwealth resources are intended. So far as opinion in the United Kingdom can be said to be hardening ll all into an interpretation of this very inry description it seems to be settling down to the view that the colonies tend to be producers of primary rather than secondary products The arguments which are being used to mould U ion appear to be following two main lines. First the colonies have a high claim for development because they have long been earning more for the sterling area than they have been spending. The last balance of payments figures published in the United Kingdom show that the liabilities to the colonies and dependent oversea tor rrtories had increased during ihe first half of 1952. These liabilities which were £556 million in 1M8 had rwtched by tinend of the first half of 1(63 a total of £1.042 million. It must ho recognised that the Caribbean colonies are not the largest dollar-earners but they do contribute -towards the increasing liabilities shown to the colonies in the last balance of payments figures. The contribution which the colonies and dependent overseas territories are making towards the balance of payments position of the whole area make their claims for development obvious Bur there is a second reason w iich is being recognised in Great Britain The figures issued by the Board of Trade for October show that of the £12 million increase in United Kingdom exports to the sterling area in October compared with the overage for the third quarter no less than £9 million or three quart): shipments to the Colonies Even more significant is the fact that whereas export* to the sterling area as a whole were £ 14** million below the monthly rate in the firs* half of the year exoorts to the Colon!** are runninu about £5 million above The British West Indies are listed af'or Malava. Britiih West Africa and British East Africa as sharing in the increased shipments. On the other hand there is an indication that the Colonies are beginning to be allowed to spend I greater part of their earnings. The development of Commonwealth resources may be expti'trd by the Colonies to mean the development high on the list of Colonial resources, Bui even when this interpretation i [iven there mains the questions; what colonli if the Caribbean, w One aould hazard i ianj this connection but It should *"' OOViOUl that the claims "i African and Asian coin nies will rank more highly than those of the Caribbean (with the cxceptloi ly of British Guiana and British Honduras) because those counti reater re sources awaiting development. A more profitable line of enquiry might be to try and discover how the proposed machinery for development of Commonwealth resources will work. In the linance and commerce section of the Times of December 12 it is pointed out that the United Kingdom has been investing some £150 million per annum on the average in the Commonwealth in recent years "and this has exceeded her actual available surplus. yet she seems to be "Xpected to do more". Much it seems is expected of a new company which is to be formed to promote development in the Overseas Commonwealth and Ihe Colonial Empire. The list of names of those who are to put the plan into effect is very impressive but the greatest financial and industrial genius In the world cannot produce savings for de velopment if they are not there. Toe sum total ol iteriinfj funds available for devel opment of Commonwealth resources will be limited by the amount of savings and the surplus m the balance of payment) One of the objects of the new company ought to be of special interest to Barbados in view of the proposal in the Five Year Plan to create %  Development Board. The new company will assist through its participants and contracts in providing ready access to British industrial commercial and financial experience. Barbados might be better advised to make use ol the facilities which are to be provided by the C >mpany instead of creeling ai %  ., pment structure which could onl\ Instaffed by someone with mud experience than thai available fur the pi _.,. At thi itage the full si new company cannoi l* ippreciated, and the rn—ning ol dew wealth resource* alsu awaits interpretation but the main factor affecting both is obvious. There is a shortage of sterling for such development. SEAWELL IP THERE is one saying which might be said to have guided Barbadu, many years it is the saying that "too much praise makes Jack a dull boy" It is therefore a rare occurrence when an individual can obtain whole-hearted approval from the community. What is true of individuals holds good of departments. One has not got to think very hard to dis< once the names %  I three H EQUI men! departinesua wind, ate in one way Of other the object ol publu OJ private criticism. These things are natural and not at all typical only of Barbadians whose tolerance in these matters is far greater than those of many other people. Whereas criticism of government departments is nearly always necessary at some time or other in accordance with the saying which seems to influence Barbadians greatly there are occasions when a word of praise for good work ought to tag spoken doubt there have been many good things performed in Barbados during recent months and no doubt quite a long list could be made by individuals with inside knowledge of what has been done But far too little praise has been given to those who have transformed SeaweU Airpott from a rather shabby collection of sprawling huts into the tidy and well arranged airport it now is. The terminal building in some respects offers better facilities than arc provided at the much busier terminal building in Piarco and the waiting room for passengers awaiting inspection by the immigration and customs officials is perhaps the best official indication to the visitor that Barbadians are glad of their presence here. The courtesy and helpfulness of the officials employed at Seawell increase the feeling of being welcomed The simple but tasteful furniture and the photos which are hung on the walls of the immigration waiting room are attractive in themselves but the addition of palms and ferns and poinsettia in pots %  add a note of warmth and give a suggestion of tropical colour. Outside the connecting porch which leads from the health room to the immigration room is greatly improved by the deep red bougainvillea which under the tender care of Ml Manning is tirmly establishing Through the opening made by the porch a garden of cacti and succulents, thanks also to tin upervisjon. is becoming an object uf attraction. In the grounds too trees are being planted. The complete renovation of the waiting room and bar li the subject of much favourable comment and there are no better parking facilities to be found in the island than at Seawell The authorities responsible for the improvement of Seawell terminal buildings, waiting room and parking apron deserve full congratulation but someone seems to have overlooked a clock. If there is one at Seawell it is very effectively hidden MW LOOK 11U NEW I voyage of discover^ into a strange little-known archlnelfl sn eparated I i colour, language at graphical liatance and the reality of whose ll masked In lamiliar" European forms and framed within the aafd proeoerdum of Coloiu.il <: %  vernmerit" Thsee ire sentiment" which can be understood i>\ anyone Wi i h i visited -i country I %  in to got undai iti ikin to beer Lta heart beating m Ihe pages <.f ., novelist 01 Vrritei ol ifputati.m. Those who loVg reeling will at Ural H an Introduction t • .i new country with onthusuuun but longer residence in a country oftM leads lo revision of opinion and boohs or writing whirh at rwaion appeared to he important to UK reader low some or all of their appeal. Good literature transcends national dtferenei and no good literature has ever resulted from gasing inwardly upon one self for inspiration Not every Went Indian reader of Bim will agree with ovary statement which Andrew Pear*.make* in the article mentioned above but he make* it quite eleir that the reader of this magazine has a right to 'look for an SOVaTH t .ir-i. '• Weal Indian critloj or Rim and ion* critics have. wnateW the methods ol i idopted. always Insisted on thibask right. Tit. change of but it It a welcome sign 'hat the IdltOI ol-tinatelv resist change ami in only of accept inn praise hut ill I Bim'a pioneer status but who hope t< attain greater maturity than it hai reached so tar. If its sale* incrrasue the rover will have been responsible for attracting several new uberiber. BTXDAY, DF.CEMBLR 21. 1952 Sitting On The Fence Bj NATHANIM. <,1 HB.N What about bavin UCJ occurred to a report by a London magutrate i juvenile court*. Of these the chairman paid the fine ol a young tnug. lied him a naughty little fellow .iixl wished him a nap, %  ii [ %  !•• aftssaaJ attitude waids ll.uggn. %  I right eilnilsil ttisea ifei %  I lean one cosh I 'he joiiy reatsvs %  IS son# %  hints on how to Bkafce the naughty lit i leel at home. The Christmas tree should bo hung with coshes, dagfll bicycle chaine. All crackers should be loaded i ith small hand grenades. Thli 'light to make the Christmas dinner go with a bang (Ho. ha.) On Christmas Evf local cats .t th U I %  %  'preaalon of ManMeaSer. "Althougn he wasn't quite the gentlem.Say and reckle** and hi< whi-kers were divine Th-eeret atanbni tryst, when The ^: user first declared his love oung queen, and ho-. •*ie boxeu S. What romance with l Manhattan Mouser ml younu and lieautiful girl. (This i*; ::mteed to be es 111 Baal self." bsjgnsn og i. ai week, is the anthi i narrative of a simple girl awed by the whirlwind courtship cinating. if unprincipled, hr-i %  To avoid disappointment, order your copy in advance. %  .: you are not prot* foe honest %  good value toi |g M noi notked by Uwsa %  our Bjgtti I. %  %  %  Ranby Lovely I %  %  %  %  tvour. |. and without a thc^glil of personal gain. pi stiousa buttsi i rations lor 283 pi to praise or Main with the same lations cows she has done more than her duty. Yet fame h.o* COBM to her unsought. Photofi..; %  bar iiiumpii. If you do your duly i BUS %  Una Rani ) come to >ou as you si> on your office stool. An. manager may give you BOOtheJ ledger to look %  Although your (riumph will no be phologuphi i you. like Rand. the satisfaction of km<>' .:.'d even if. liki wet) you get rv i Virtus b III %  Once auoted U U -ie who a^k fi %  "Are eertah) el nme sharp sur pri-^s. C'orVntmcnt with your 1-*" a"ows cows. "And those who gnim' %  and sneer c.iii gei the hell riant here." And ilon't tors) I To do your morning Htl %  —I..E..S %  *ic*L\L4YS i. O.M mxrrm waaa t every prln are : J l\IM -nd M-IK11-. f -U storked ..l UmS SHOP — avwJef ft I IN.\n*wer l. Your < lin-im.v Tsble \oi it i: L Our IIARDWARK Drparlmml will b* OPKN on Siitiirdny 20th IH'cembcr unlil I p.m. as w* will be clo.inii mi Saturday 27th all day. WILKINSON & HAYNF.S Co., Ltd. Succewor. To C. S. PITCHER & CO. ihoiie it. :. i.,x; r.i i I^M i il MOICKS A ^liserable riirislni.is, By GEORGE HIVTE. : Mr Gat's London A P. Herberl writes, "those of us who affect pious discontent with the world we haVS it. and are inclined to oubl whether we have made any sal 'pteajroag 1 wtttsta 'he last renury or so might ^tudy %  ords (the proceeduiKol the Loni Qg el ; T.IJ and TI.I • with advantage %  fnlasted <>f Sn Alan's remark while perusing UH >cwspaper for 1862 In an effort to ..hat Chrlstm; I ior our ancestors in Barbados 100 .ears ago. It was not happy. Cholera uas rasing throughout the Caribbean and in Barbados death" ;r lo fumigate ijoverhaul here and close th n •bore where from whatever cause there Is a local influence predisposing to fever" rode the unhappy ship of war Dou-iiie**, with sixteen officers and 70 men victims of the fever. The Globe thought it not presumption to iugwt*l th.it lit be run imn-.edi^teU In some port where she can be placed on dock or alongside a wharf and ed to put .ish'tiivi ry soul now on hoard <>f her when this can lest be done whether ;.: Antigua ni Bermuda or elsewhere I ' The atmospheie ol dea'h was reflected Lo the list of books adreiUscd bv Win. Diuiitto on Docen.ber 23ru Promlmntly d.splayiv was Heavenly Recognition or snal' we know our friends in Heaven Also Ccpl&nd's State of the Soul after Death. Heaven or the Sainted Dead .Baxter's Saint: Everlasting Rest. Drew on Immortality of the Soul Rev John KlanvUTs Mourners Companion. Bu&he on the Prewrvatlon of the Body. Gilbert West "The Resurrection" and one for the anti-Papists "The Findins Out of thatjoratan F"x I winder how much comfort readers of these \olumcs derived from the notice li the I. December 27th ab. ut "Mi. How*ucecdateum for filling decayed teeth I aw ever largr the cavity." Not mach 1 should n:iiigine, despite the blurb about the patronage it recened from th' Queen ar.d Ptini ears that a ll ox—a 1 OS Will lie sold on January I place, price per lb IT' quarters quarters. Quarantine regulaUone must have bevr i In a harbour in which there were :s. schooners. %  %  '%  V rent. St Lucia, Tuniiia Domlnli .i. Norfolk. London. Demernra. Grenada Tobago. Orinoio. Hermo! %  .i Island. Patago'ii.i. Nan Y ek, and Plymouth. North Carolina. There werr efforts of course to rhear the people up. A full coluroa sdvcrtlsemciit on page one of the Globe of December 23 proclaimed the benefits to be derived Iroan f>r. Leldy's Sarsapai ilia Blood Pills and his only. "Be not pet" suaded," our Brief stricken ntu-rste.rs wen rrafd "Ihal other Sansacarilln blond pills ere the same as Dr Laidy*i Put. drink and live as usual usual oecupntion whilst taking them without fi ai 11 inkina rold Our llYailYi-v Sat; }f>'iiit.riiit Fiintl ;\. UH Uater, The .vSIR.—The Meil n the Ebcneier Clrvuit present Ihelr compliment' of the seaon and wish lo inform the public of their grateful thanki "or help and c>-oper.iti.iv C n Tearwood of I i tweeds t Hi .ut re u h) i <>t n Ben school. He totlKl unrtlnedly as Teacher, Social w. kei \* We have op ned :i fund lor .i'ii" foim of McTooriel and dene help Ponaliersl may be ent to the Henri Teacher n and n relay, -there would be and its signiilea %  gtlly lost, so that the twi.iy-rifth (25th) day at vHIW erne and o ltd a would to %  •: wa Ihe day on which sil ol 'he world WS born. It I onl) the Blind of ,. niggard that .lerom-nodates iuch l %  i itvjty, To disregard the oalebra: ,.n. ihanksfi.ing, and munidclehcs Ural *.*hi istmas imposes, on j^. would be to deviate from the oe a of trad tteu an i to dimiei.h the dignity with which the dny had been CtW However some of us really do enjoj ouiaasvaa, though too often we allow our enjoyment to go to the ejrti'eine Mi commonly known | quantities of rum or some other relatively strong bevari the/ become ana of eat is then restrained and m -ch discomfer' %  %  rlnjj great Sant.i ctam The myaUcal a enough for the ehO %  I. be soon s>r la% tien Of the child Is startled to vkefulnass, and he begins to i reail) not the he (Santa-Clausj had been (bought to be. Nature too. s"cms to play her pail in i .ippronii of Cartem I Bow mon prettily Ihe v Ind blow i more lustily, a eares ai we n (real tag hearts of men and take their place, and the S IS tO U'hnld with all air efn i orNHaney %  serooge-llke hcjrt and to greet so memorable a dar. Yours faithfully, FRANCIS .lEMMOTT. S,il.,r:-* Ri'tmrl T, '[ h S Edttor. The Advoeal.-— si" The fact cannot %  rimcnt nd ihe Crugar and Lei.*... • hocoiate works in Port* %  • inepaied In Trinidad toi -ale in Barbados and Vanilla No. I was sold at 60 cent per ib, and No. 4 at 20 cents. The length of ladaei dresses may b' gauged from ihe advertisement oi Crossbar dresses 8 yards each 1 was fortunate for the poor breadwinners In those days that thi prices ranged from 07 cents th pwardJ, although there i no indication that llie -l. the tlrolte Of the upward. Ther was a constant .supply of ready thing for men IndudUU, "paletpts, blouses, coafa black cloth pantaloons of new •^vle and well D hand." Men's Pans hats could b< I f 90 cents up to $5 each New family beef of superior quality had just landed In time So One hunOtUae -of butter and then were IOO boxes „t tirst uioii;v For those who .mild .i. %  i arnpers of F. n g 1 i '! of van %  nds fur Xma bloom raisins in i '.itrcdients (or ll according to tne the Globe of Decembe. 11 %  -id have spent the Joyful teason In IR53 %  Ith a co] %  Dbtalnad from Wm. Orumm's i'. %  n the Annual Bazaar in aid of the Uiriles Association for the relit f of the indigent glck and infirm •> i poned until Fehnurv 1833 It must h.i\ibeea i one hundred years ago in Barbat ..I ..II & l.uieii Hankies with \our initials, hoxed or sold individually. I Ions itnMc or Plain White or Colours ::ii in wide at M.37 Always un .n.i-1 in i' :' %  llappynap Nurser\ Squares S7.64 dor. It',S"'a wonderful gift Globe-Trotier is Air-Tra%*el l.n;;..i..,in Suitcases & llnnrllrtinlts — < / %  %  > S21I.I9; Trunks S52.75 DA COSTA & Co., Ltd. DEMOCRAT Joys with GOODARD'S GOLD BRAID RUM SO ttKIHK VUV F.AKU TthMOKM* 1 TURKEY l>/> /-' BOTTLES OF OIHtltUtS GOLD BKAID ltl\l <\n mm ma or mc tm JN. G0DDARD & SONS. Ltd. I



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SUNDAY DEI I MBKR 21. 1952 SUNDAY \h\iK ATE PAC.I NK\fs On hl loitf royaffc across the • ens and rtudui'i hM I %  reek '.. island of Bar?*.: Havinjt t* [little island, wtUi I trance of tin m% cut itTjfc* fur our nurses and and this we %  work was quickly d help of the abuntl.u. When It Wl !>'!' %  atured it in „u; !ieinB pur last job. And % %  >. we w anchor, hoisted pur course for Barbados, leaving Bernardo (according to hla own desire) behind us. We h-d b it de*rees to the kouth f ine running <>! < D pstward. St. IHICO lying HI 15 and irbados in 13 dtgnm and 30 Inutes to the northward < A TRIM" V EXACT HISTORY Of the Illand of BARBADOES. By RICHARD LI CON, Gem. Four Merry Gauchos at Sea Hi uit"iiiu<.jiurlM h. I rn< •,!,. I riluirti (Arlliur Ift.trki t I.I/-I thai There are seven more island Which ancalled tin. tape Verde, viz. St. Mlehn Vincent*. St A:.' Bravo. Foo and Soil some al avhich are much 0> considerable as St. I ago. i As we lay at anchor Wane of the l*i E revived, between the sun and us, e island called Fo#o, erUch mu at such a dutaiu-e Uui ind gross, some thin and pr< Dd rolled about with great a/a lay a waeaji a iih the bootsThai Sun than a there far brighter than with us 'he rtmt sirfit at Iha island Ot ...land. cauaedsuchglortBarbados. He said I Si ous clours to rest upon those I -;ble t0 be 0 believed by those who ban %  tnagination Itanw so great a beauty. •aaoa is that the near" %  we are in that n ttw ma and those stars 'hii'h move in thai B|f IAN GALE It has happened to people hecompart 1 %  %  Batch Gnneho ami %  on a long cruise ao Ihood, he says, be Ing to do with d and cam i with UM mall ing t Ha than i braca '!• if* of iniuiuhus, so ho sailed (i %  .1 for San lake most ngHI ii UAUCIIO under •d. lor me ^ca there was so rocky Au-tga ,,t Barbadoai '"it the,, so '"'• without H would scorch and "V'' .'" > •* tnrougn nuko uia oT imica nis* hand niatet %  t the bottom and P.. an U more dry away, ao thai bountj and %  k >'":'" rial, and hi i enlivened his ffl!3?.S^^rhK^inlhK ck toRt-ther. i than i can. goodnoM In MM and gTatafulnasa ^ m p f Hn i, ,h p w^ 1 1 "*" narrative with .. Iiey cut the cables Off l£ . V( ,„ lllkr ,„, un,!,, ul,,, h Uu.nlm. nu* hi. MW. h*a pi-l, l..i lat who were. Stchor. and^olheor,', | .sh.d. ottwrwaw would *-> "'" ; "" pwn .^MD-'* h ',' ,,. "> %  % %  ..r 1. -. I.I. f. .sh.ft for tlu-iii. fcft at the bottom. Than iMai it %  oaarar ha empty and waata; ud truly conujUta with radio and ciiarti^. sclve Thi Ktobtnanwbc I %  --^ ...... .,..„„ m y teach both h ,J .""' |u u \ "' '' f un-tabie exeii.1 i sco. i"* %  p %  %  %  ,. Sf^ET tonUtd paopla waa a aariouathraal w*y n ii iwo aneiior^. ( ^ f ^ ^ cioaturea what It i^ thol makes * ,v mtthodi which ,,. | U From this island to Bar! n Iha night, having utTwaaltn bvuiv ind ill bar'"" %  ll "' "'" ^ "i ""* %  l, ,l * to praaerva a t.,bli^hm.-nt of nrgamsr.1 Polka We account 62U koUttt lb] l IOr two hours or so.ghat monv in that I-eviathan a well IK,VI ,ho Admiral's moral prob*""' f u ""v "' common warforcea „, i i ,. was due •r the constancy of the t a clouda am In a At notwined commonwealth whan ba nob • Mambaa "' " Colontal to a well JuatlBed fear on the part Which blow seldom In an] Iha beams which tha mlghtv men and rulers of tho ot n,v ' : •"•*• frr ; racruitnienj and .1 E mt than north aatat and by < ot ihrowina rha Oataanal raataa i an lateray nave usually ggilad H n >.-e them riom v ''" '• %  ? can bumdly ^W>lating ,. caraaa In iha pMinK lin ,| iiHdrucUvi book, and •sen or scventcei: days, : b ""' '" '*>e night. Hut ha-ms. whilst thev retnbute their ifinore them, knowing full well "I %  •'" %  •I roUce Bl nlca -h ,,,author*! the tana ot tha Tonado whan tha JKL'.^ faithful ohadlanca to *f* **y %  *** ''" %  '• Brltlah t nds chop about Into thi it wo were somew ha t passage and mad though there be clouds foe t on, but only such that are in an ant:!. nty-two days, though '" %  l- many who have made it to a D longer limeFor dun nado season, the clouds interIn our horll thick and darken iii< sky, and among them one which %  erva thgen In all lust commands. *• And botl and mulually in lova, which la A^J •hoco,^, ,,,,„, up „,,, M|; M ^ ., •• From Ban s..h...i.., UM) M to decay and dm I ts dr. "' % %  """"' STtSAmtU Ih. w. i In. .,.:.„, d,M Gaurho itdually stopped nt the cooking tfian-< %  InUwCola ,n. ,.,...„ ,„.,,., ,„. (u i ,hin, with 1 Ihtm urbon Ihej "''•"' I i •' cola MhnlnlMa % % %  • Kill.,I wind, u-,.1 i. bo „, „„. „.„,,, h ,,„,.,„„ „,n I in Kmeti.Ti towoRU Ih cad ,,.„ i uul Ihcj look nuiiiian at Ih.lOlh rctitn l.l, l, un extern that %  %  %  Hila moke any .. .„,„ : ,| mo ,t %  ...•liven. roplonlch her unki "with fuc£ hut Horthnlghtlnwthrr A %  %  .Ilk ml... "'" dtotanc. "t „,;, au ,„„ „,,„£' ^ -Bdoubuiuofoun.utudcd.r.2 ..... "-'•'•>•, ';•.• %  %  .>; %  SodSd!" not make the In-.t II • ol UMtn polnl at '.^""•ij'"" !" waa the form ol tho ul ,.,„„|.. ., flj. •* fear or allpplnB the ,,i 0 „.|. u tho palnttn %  '•"f Jft.f'S^.SJ* "*"5£ TIU. I. not • MttolW eruMlui aaP^lTCTsMiifW^mJliS '"" 1 "' r I* 1 u "' fn>sh lllr %  i w %  Biiiuiiru.iini.siTirtM'i otir-.r^t-.,„, .„.,i„_ ,..„ „_„ ,„, %  ,.„„ ,, ni t ,.,.„ ft,..i II... . a Tl.„ ,,,u 1 "' rhr -.irepinK aaaaaMag JI aafki, f,, %  nayaaaraHfcathalaMhag w a aoa n,,,, ralaaMni slrrrU for fourterii lf Ul( fag haW i innre DRI inflttanca than i particular < oncentlon i its run tlon •O tile East of tli fall back again l Upon it at 13 d ut. tha fo< vl and then ^\^'^ ^^ £ P tant5ionV"o.-, 'i^.k';;;,: "on. ^ !" ; £ao-al Mire he Hf fharle. rlue lat.tude (i( ., lr „ (|1 1|( ||( rncin]l ,,. that the most Inland *? nrir% 'V*"** ' ' md 30 mlnevening at ai And this P"s are not barred or rtfftnlfrtd lllls '' ;i lll,oK "'•'' CWy polloarnd loss much f )ir pia aau ra. %  > %  •• Uharthw of their view of the l -" 1 w <" w -"" ; %  a tirie. lAinn wa i hw tha laland, Now aa iv thoaa who live baliaau Th.-.-mti %  J effr i e s %  any i.me-, we ran h To inform my-elf. the best them and It ml ling upon tha Lawn ind I : ind. * i Id an the night with which (hiB car Mexico is well '.,r.d Ship's ... In this long reach, (which m 1 %  1,1, l log line, together with the '"' hwe the other. 111:. ho califd itselfi I had %  lately bulkllnga, which fjly two thtatgi to make I • useful instrument the "^^fd us_ a large proporti ifj in-. in iniorm ui/acu, (he U<"I on-io ana n. I %  • Id of Iho account the ... ,[.,,,,.,1 rmm .led B ites bent .if lit* r ; % % % %  %  r '" '-he . '' %  %  •'" "' %  | .,;:.":. Sd Nora the plantations appear to be *?&j££*Vf SLn^hunS .,. ond loff line ttictlo. win. ih,. " %  ''"-v. the other, like several '" '" '""""' r !• % %  '> hungt r auaad kntlng and belt g them that their an I i,uasive language we could %  "tent the iiiM.-ti u* u i.irge proportion •— %  t ----Short. One w • '"• by which we know to <>' daUgftt So that we begged of ; "I'l"" 1 "'• l -""'^ ". Bvbutina luda wo are In U* m-.-te, to take down those of lhc moo, h l ""<* moat EtovUw ,vl::,;: : ;'. %  '.! %  ; -' u j hal %  •• is as * 'SStTJfigT* ^^ haautv of them lo u.hi.K ,._ <,ul lnp Longitude as perfec: n order that wo ',' ." '" J T ". Kcctaof Sere,. W1 %  -i might guide a ship, that t,..ght not be deprived all of a h >. put IS toh bit.ns JthJ .* • .\ ,lM b,: k "" %  eeount Wtm Ol > %  dtfM we were all so deir^'iooithe;?:,^^^^ : * * gT-t plra.HHl With. t 'he ti a %  o either i-oleean never ]any Dut our cattle and horses ( ,," _" n of our company apwere under thatches and thcre_,.,. ., 'v '"mado i piled theanaafvoa very dilllgontiy, fore no partners of toll wiui tiu*e or that latitude where tor tha n I lorwaxdn having devourad all of their WO were. The cl ;,. his skill to nil Quit now ready to nalein>. to uiMt fro which had oars and %  lie, and which carried coinmoruup dltlaa from place to place. i iimeroua as I i tha brldga at London. WINDSOR HOTEL LTD. CHRISTMAS DINNER $4.00 December 25th, 7 p'ra. • NEW YEARS EVE DINNER $4.00 Table Reservations Tel. 2131 AMONG OUR RANGE OF SHOES WE NOW OFFER — Ladies' Canadian Shoes in White Xuhuck. and ureen or Rru Snakesltin ,-. L .i, ankle straps tn ICed IUH cut court u\ well as several othr style* with wedj-e heeK and platform soles. BUY NOW FOR XMAS FROM HARRISON'SDial 2664 Arcata Shoes %  •I |rif-cs lli.il I.IIIIMII lie IM-.*I'II NTj Blue Sued.N. I'., u I. Suedes, and While Nil hinl. in low ful court style, uith closed loes and harks. While Nu-buck anil Klaik Suedes wild ( iiban Miyh Heels open loes and slin hacks. %  tae] Kid (ourl ariUl Cuban hij-h heels CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II, 12. & 13 Broad Sireei. A XMAS GIFT! StiH-iifil in i I 4nii'i if ntSh MIM A MantessQWZ V %  /*-1-, oaaioriua u wmdttjuth <-ll t,*J fi,i* 1 Mr. in* md l*bmi.\a.<> .; -*J t* m 4-1 op/ami/* aVa'l likt 111 iJ/u el rwAW anslanaai /" NV,ll,rt ihnuU I .•I.uii. Bul • % %  I0.ILLI h a ...i. I lua 1-....... Hh„li tm lillle in WWI I — ilhufdimry rubber." llfel II I*. dijfrifue f "WHi.MNtMiLia %  rm mi.l'trlv pafooa C—*^ |.r one 'IMM K and lhal m.ikn all ihe dillcieiue la lhc wuld." Thm it doim't ct hvt and itukjf" No, ii eertaiary %  i I lati i throusjh it even %  CCfclUHiL. 1 I i. .0U HOP, I I %  ii'l ahaai I buuiflu it." -^> n %  DUNLCi'lttO s PI III II Vf I 111 "I.'lloiira Rlrn" "HiUoukn | "Hoiut^Un*" "Houitscbe" i v Ha rat I Km 'Joy" "MoiiiPiit Hupiama" 'Amour Amour'' b) J'^u I'alvo "HliotkliiK' 1 l>j H. i luarelll "Orapa da Ohlaa" i-v MUlel "Ja Ravien-'' "Dans la Null" l-y Wort* "BallodRia %  Tlvurs da Rocallla' 'Null d NMI" 'Traach Can Cao" "La Tsbac Blood' I "Ma OrlUa" bj I I "Canasla" "Irl Orts" by Jaeaj K • "Tabu" "30 OaraU" by Dans Dior" • Diorama i>v Chrlatlaa Wot si" — "Araoaa" l> Lai %  My Bin" "BcKUr — "Araaaa" hy l-aa\ "ladlscrat" — "Oardaais'* — "N"' I Cliaml No. 0 KNIGHTS LTD. IjrrSAKEAUIIKISTMAS With HAM and WINES we offer CANADIAN MQ ll.\MS-per Hi $1.M f ANAIHAN I'K'Nir HAMS DCl I:. .. 1.54 I \N1SH BONEUES8 COOKED HAM per 4-lb. Tin 5.6S DUTCH COOKED SHOULDER HAM H %  Tin 4. hANISII M.H'KII HAM i--r l)< 2.02 I'ERUTTIEN BEEH uei bottle i I rll 4M ENNEN1 BEEH i--. bottle 2* i"-. Cri VI STOUT per bottle IOI i--r Carton 3 7u TENNENT'S STOUT per bottle Sfhv-per Cartoa ... i-70 I1AI.LANT1NKS WHISKY per bottll 5 00 WHISKY per bottle 3 00 CANADIAN CI.UH WHlJjKY o c ln.ttl, OO GORl> >N GIN 2.18 %  : s OIN—pei l-'iU'3 * : s WHITE SA HN Gil 3*0 MAUI'H.I, IlIIANIiY XXX (Juts S7 (10 XXX pts .. 4 00 M-UtTElJ"CORDON Bl I -per bottl" 11 00 L'AMx" ft lB to ll AI'lHi'OT LIQUEUR III Dolfl Jufja 7 OO < HERRY LIQUEUR la Delft Jugs 7.00 1m CHEME DK $3 00— bottle 5.00 ( HKMK DE I %i. 00—bottle S.OO MARASQl "h !" Harvev'l RIIISTOL CREAM SHERRY 25 Harvey's I'ALEAMONTII.I.AIK) SHERRY pel bottle 4 00 Harvey's Hl'NTINC TOUT par bottla -5 COCKADE FINE RUM STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO, LTD.



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-I SDAV, UK I Mill II II I9S2 SI \l>\\ \ll\IK ATF CM.I MSI Education Is More Than Book-Learning M !" ^ oui 3 wn • -.• s_^ -•< ^• %  — *s ~f^f ii'lhMU \IU-IIII %  I ROM I RACING Acti Governor At Coleridge* Parrj %  • .11118 Oov.%  %  %  O 111 Kg of lie %  Bishopfm Ltarbaeaai %  >i %  arumfiy I -n W | facilities lhat are i > %  educuIktn ami l" KlMlmhlpi and for higher education, ii tt m %  tug people than %  proceed in due 'Tv College I Hi or to the iti the Old World or the New. and thereafter to I'.uh the top of whaling the Western World luu to offer. But it .also in age of compotiti. ever been known be%  limit hinatural talent, without or ,-itxi ||u mo %  %  %  MM N limited But this %  !< %  UBDMMUnMS liberal • rlne the (.AMI HltlM >l \\ • •• I ^ ( 111 RCII SKKVICIvS %  <> 4 %  • i -I:I M M TEAR HHOHISO I KOM \ BACING -1 Qf M MM I \M "[ v la) first step tu lW ll.'-'i ( i tie Hackg %  }l %  % % %  %  • %  Patent Heels and I'lalf range fiwn ilS *T 1011 Maw preceded hi W.-m ii- Panel %  M fr OVER (0 children euioyed tliew'.ve* At the Cln. fgl |>oor children whuli Wstaged at Queen. College yeaterday evening by Olympla Cub Thi. w. the fourth Chrlatmis Party to be staged by the Clnb The gifts were donated by sseasberv Some members brought alone, poor children but the majority of children were fro* elementary chaals. The children were nerved with plenty fa ft aab a iag m l and weeu. They left QueenCollege wit* xmlle. on their faces. HI WM'H\ i>. I am ft % %  afgnaini %  %  %  I... \ 11y >nn K STWOTT II .er\We. Preechei H-v l > fterveie, I U Maaa T gi v tjregh %  Ce' 01 us \\i \ It R • SCOTCH HI*>h\ Bpb H \m'e Km t I HI Barbados at tfert %  bot'l. through then agents. M . |5| vlted to sample Scotland's (lift i,. the W ii Hnnfc frnm Book* Galore— t e Sutionerv Bros-Village. -i MB BK ra tt J i i i i Bgwg gn-j %  Hike* are HI %  (Urli :iid IS", ir •.nd MBpttt ai plan lo .i %  >.. tf machines ertUi all* i ,v at body, Thee Hopper Junior* fgi all ItH) arWl Hiulit %  .1 distillers wlaO .inrKaldwn Royal ^ Sovereign* aince 1MB rul to ehoota from. Th€ I ill (-ainril I weli-riMiiul*' ia the BWaOOUbtl '•' I Pol U 'i %  rewi I U The Arlili.t,,! " %  M.iiinii m ' rerr\atl.>na lot Ue N can lake yo M..inli, (,,,,, ,,.' %  %  Miraogag bui phew NOW E. K New. During the i %  ORACt Urt l '""MM %  *r\rNTH l*V AltTTMI^T*. rtiftt i .,!„, an.^i '-•>"• I %  %  Spa*e' r., ike n.fle Detail rntia.il lin.1,,1. .. ... I |<'*IH>| !H'NIA\ eM*'i • ._ MftW I,.-., %  '.-." I %  vi" VXD iVouxi ntnc*:* i.-i.l-.. I*l P>n\er • !• The 1 %  .,iL %  *??" %  ' ""1 '; 'f whei.ie, am S ... %  ; * reach the pli " ' question. oolj w nl cUima SM.0TO. U ovr M.OOo more than %  e-all and ,, n n„. Ifildltd's revenue against 'he Dl the annu.M 0 end-all There i* CiiC b other and aCCtpt 01 rejei' i on he separate P.irry i. education than | lie to then relative and Coleridge School* 'n the he nogiilntlon*. Ihrrp School that B> ilM-lf book-learning „.,.|its and the fun.: tn be harmful, for cor i t i. Tor, aa I have snail be deemed to ie eentrati'.n on b-ks t.. the ex two of the four other The M.pplen.eni.uy mi>wtt ft-, n^lvalent of two Idull Ml .i h Da>* whuli 1 have ataxpejradrture for the turrent year tti %  %  I %  i I %  D* the mind and make* It pay iiuded during the past lew day*, did not reach the Secretarial tu i" Dkoro %  tatjurd tn.vheiiiali. loo much .ittentloh to the theoi-let, the nntil :tie hi'.riitnliig v afly to of this School should b-> referred bean overladen is false, as Be) if you can DM it will develop s ,, m e of the complaints made In io the Director and the Board of iuhlrcn would have remained %  initiative and a !m | „,.,, adviet, bearaaaJnal the rdtthoriaad nUlawMM plrit of service to the community l(T „ r d i,, the architi-eture of the ing in mind the cl.ilms of the -t l ill U yT.D nits 1 would draw s. hools against applieaoai to erithi I p i that was the sum which the Government hen ihouah. the laota given lo a OjUaottBO taaaf) Lo th can nitoid to set aside for Seconan H lolkrwi m not n lequiremenl < I ThTrai'BbK> a member ol t*. thought for one moment lhat peel Hoard may, the Governing Body of this | am unsympathetie towards the Ul thei It read-— "Although •(.. r the School. I am not, ir design may be somewhat of an md l hgftpe thai It will be foun.i i. in so far aa Barbados possible to meet the School's "S. dr..i t'hiidren ^itid wen Imn 1 iiealf Centra, Hi naa > %  < II follows the reasonable requests. But I do her of mleroi mi%tre i"* Mark* a Bandnoe of school building?, think hail %  lleaianitHoi has omnibu i arxi isplenade ot. ihe seaA eraft' for now approved and buill by i...d tio much emphasis on hi-' I %  md fro Ben ron t, OUU urove to be u-cful Education auth... .' % %  iBd w aall, thi> one, which n... •-..-o.ooo and whatever iti shorti< nation Year MM.MIII IM l.ll I hi t;-ii \\\ Itisoi I LABfl Impennl Optical CarhJMUl Broad . iph 40T5) %  .. % % %  owner, toot these Kerahaa Bl< oculan with Coab d Id allow fot axei LV i mission are available fa i .ti.ie aygliWa. nl I leatherette In case, Kerchaw Binoeulara from the Imperial Optlcsl < the gift of the laaaan ill! IMIOO RANOI oi morn ti. i oi.ot ns match. %  • %  ,.iit the wholi %  "' individual raqu i Tftttoo. Coamwuca, UptUcli I IVwdc>. N.ul l.i.-iuei %  -IM( I WIH'• 'I -.,.,.. —a nnii a*a ft" "• The mm • " %  •! •' *""" aw ""i ai MM Out ke. Btii rnUP B*rnnti >'i 'in which grill %  %  in good Head and be of tremendous t-nrto the Island, as well M to 1( tl Ul „ ntltttlnn gakad in the pin nfford to set aside for Seconan y '!i^ e lve J ,n , ,. tJZ. C ,i us uf AasemUly on the 12th dary Education There the matter . ^\h£.h.ve^ • "***<* — ^^ l many books on as many differ. subjects as possible you will mden yOUT mind be possible if you are nntent to be merely a book: D* not turn up al work with your fencinf Chn tmid let us count in nie-Miuc ra t h wl in.n BUI VI n 'I' W U aomit ttWl speightatown Id foiiunuu in haV" %  dopunj ii, Dftntttid "f : < pyopbai for howev. ll|IM „ nit j i,.,k fwrwwra t" the da diacratlon laaua %  paelal |M til ,. ,.,,, ,,*. disfeant futur vtim Sp.iajhtsiown will wear for conveytn i r lool whbi with iM Schi %  machine* and rl ,v to-| %  %  -' % %  : VBStTOofl lovts \ -r\KK ;s. \>: ^ i \ttl i N N T | I' I %  %  %  | f th* d LUu thai wan ui r %  Be ip Pi n %  %  %  I tb) • %  op t I i %  ... i nag awea HOt l.ll TOD I 'hi A MM • t: oi HMBTMAH lAHiS .k 10 '..ui home' Tile I i .i lal logs—to eat" A i oduei a bj I p r ., i u h Xmai tal* Uoa uu lud .. Xam Caba Novalt) Bat ; % %  llMll.l lo >."! I* olow tleairfvl that's u .in pai'v Barltailos Hakerie r.td an in thitiverlea to hack It up i.iri BOX 0ON1 IIN1NC1 : i HO I Nl i .-io pra< '".d and refreshing ma ihi IIHWI a. i in, rrof %  i bay Hum I the slia| %  !i C 'va dream.-.i of! I a'a aupetl o. I rwar curv.go pi <<• %  yaa beautituli. raaUy Igatlma'T boal I IOW. II* N our bean anticipated at evai '" g %  'Mdiugore. Moving swifth froo %  moat ratal j Also to feet the.e'. a new K %  ind tor a different BUf> IO*OpB)l imllil %  market with any saautf h -if course. Kr ake Both Tlti- A DUrtrlb i • Wine l | the igl t tig Bornn Bay Rut R t„, ;, u . Proenii I and n happy ill on Caaafaaa Maiilenfoim Braa araaaremadeonlv Ii the I nil laaaat of Aim-i i. taaftM i> RfMBtM Haanaff lac a>u> 1*1 N O THE WK Blli I'M AIIVIsl l.l K I SIOMIKS XSI, Till' i.isirM rrBtif THAT ' n SPARKS HI IMIIMI SI WILL III IIJKIII I UK -I... S I HIM. S "ITI. IUTII AMI llT in < I Mill II Oil I \sn WORKSHOP WILL Bl i.ris ,^ I si Al I till m*IM" 0 wr niK.s i th in. i *.#; WWtt I'ark SlUI Lookinii Inr Th PERPKCT GIFT? Ask tci nee Ihtnew Presentation Caiket of I I.IMACUL \ rnn.i:r SIMP ^ Tlm-ilovely UrKe tk— :; l ll.i. drliiihtful MM In > .. dninly I %  I r,. rimtnln I .; ITS A C.IFT VVDKTII IfAVINf; I> with. *t^nd on 'he hall, this one, winch n.,. .o.ouo and whatever its shortrequwttl io, ine pwnrai "J ."• .: %  in. •> t, rainy aclvantage* hnsChari beaM not IK^ gel %  ( %  1 ,.|.|K..I over several of the other Seconthat hi what is naasaM jbhkaaM in th.Island. MractOI .; RP-P then L .peach and data pupilAThe reft anoa to the buaea port informs me that it ts up to nill | xat* clean and bngftt. re office from give* ma an opportunitv to tart lirlng BboI buaai lo ,.. . It Is lndee.1 the Hail, I should hat I n. ..dmaster. To me — and make -now,, then requln U %  (!• rmaoter would welgo QOI take my Oxford badinage to th, ( I.II ..itwho shoild (,1c oi i fed, f. %  r for i. of hi.. for latttng me know %  to %  ght to be converted into coDH babai '>m the w > seriously — It Indicates the tb ol debalii ly-bajHj %  aAl .ndoubted superiority of th* mi. p that, in choosing to pay I think of mi S> ry School over the Mathewh !• did.'th. Head lanialy through matical Bchoo) at Oxford. For pert me to sit supinelv bj %  "tow storm to pet to the bathinmmanl Ai n • School itlunging dog. a reaction." So b. t %  •'< ll place i should like teeth of %  bo*Ung wu'waatar. touch for a momant on tb %  '' **" "ea^naeofnelnl mind." to which lag [eadmaster raft red n hardly nattering. Par archil have a bM with ink He enufew.iy; tinmifht keep nd %  mixture Of tee no In nia in..ins. That A. to playing I.elds it take-, %  n in fact, ,.s mythical tl • rtni nalda Into Bl the <. %  i %  %  %  %  i in which. ,ppl> ( %  : UN special stating his requiren will be me-. %  %  what is perinissible in i perutifailiog r-"i w" '"'"hk. I %  i % %  i. %  %  Lui > % %  radii to ti : durm. oral .' Ofl VIMI iaaray. tUBC faitllfullv . Var-fiVv make the right preparation for nMf type of Akin lot deep-down I leanline*uafl a YgsaVe Cleansing Cream lor Ihi nightly nuuaag' whirl, lerpi your skin tofl and swpptr choose 11< IV ardley Night Cream. And lor the radiance of a .kin that's firm and hne-iexlured tone up with Yard \-y Aslnaf nt or Toning l^>iioa. Tlheaasli nfgjhi aad you're a baantf all your days. Skin Care YARDLEY BROADCLOTH IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS EASY TO SEW AT SUCH IOW COST, TOO? Watch tfag ex<'ituiK saciptsf n I comfurtable gjgey] anaaj Tn baBbV' Kaleigli Prinl lli.,i(lcl.lh pkiiw ihe men anl iKiyt* in you lumilv' roatw like the aaav aewing nnd washing K.ileigh tamooth in MttOTB and nnimtinllv duralllf . ideal for nliirta. und hlnuaea in addition to pyjamaa The low rwil will Hurpriw vim' %  Try Broadcloth bv 'Tex-niade'' todav Wom-i evervh idem id. -HIION Imndf and fag—your JtgBurtnce f genuina lub-fat "Tex-made" lir.ndclotli FABIIC DOMINION ICXHU CO. L'IMITEBMommi %  t.D. •TfX-MADf IS I..11 MADi



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f AGi: FIGHT SUNDAY ADMK \T|: SUNDAY. DKll.MHI w •**•• 3V(errie DQmas IMenU "f .MM| fare nil xMftlnc mad* ra-% rn VKM ro r.As JaA?ifi^^veuMm.iiY^ WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER / • SoM r a .r u „<, Dalicoiely p* To %  • Healthy, happy tamilin rake ENO'S Iran Sail'. Pleasant, refreshing Iruit Salt" is the gentle corrective most of in need to keep the sy-tcm regular. ENO'S is ptrttadtrii ^litablcforctuldren—andtoranyunewithadclicaiestoinaeli. I-NO'S safely relieves over-acidity, a most frequent cause oj indigestion, heanburn anVI Matulcnce. If soothe* and settles the vionuih upset by unsuitable food or dn;ik. A UaUi .it ENO'S at any time of day makes a sparkling, invigorating heallh-dnnk. Keep ENO'S han.lv I Eno's Fruit Salf m sn:r.i tii.Y Hit OMH *DU ha IBUOI i W WTION. %  ex HtamoMt %  II UK WF you'll be one of a wonderful twosome. You'll both be in the best designed, best looking. belt wearing swim wear you've e*er seen. For Jantzen has something. And you can have it, too. II you shop soon. Gtert • FREE YOURSELF j i I from the BONDS OF CONSTIPATION with MORSES 1 Lawta ^naw* clip • m Ik %  %  Talk, Talk, Talk /* Jaftes So finer ITO/Y/S 7b '/>// Sc/i /In Old Story; (ABOUT MARRIAGE. I MEAN) rAMIIOM'.'lt l\ IIIMMIV by IMMIOTIIV livilkliv These Details Make News INDIAN ROOT PILLS "^— aaasBBSBi r • — ail •"••••• • -..— Brt" wHI -•' | • %  *.! IONK: .^W^ KM*. M I • **• *..—<•( TRUSTED MHCOT ^ %  I^WMlftwn | LONDON. nothing extreme about the new fashioi. .v, art I i tendency to show ijK by historical costume, i are mostly following familiar line:; carried over from last sermon But there is nnw dW plenty. Consider the sheath dr^ss illustrated. it new details'* The round. U-shaped neckline, the tlnv nip sleeve*, and thr nanri<*m broidery. Trip BJsrarrMl grey tropical-weight araratM Silk prtotsj are u-i. k again In "modernistic" designs, they will be worn tor next year's MS for Ascot anlen>. and thr ("uine'e jacket a* Uuatrated. This latter that will l>e .-opie-t everywhere, tha material rttnaen dept-m' oaj OB 11' ii aiul clinialr. Fashion slynposts flrot riltiftUtlR Circular stole*—they BO on over the head 1 and tie looeely round the shoulders—match worst* for day. silk wits for afternoon. VaTOOOMI arc worn on the auifa hlp-pockct, nut on the lapel. And (hit. ysail they must be glant•lied. -Jtar-ahapod hi rhlnest'.;.. New way with Mparati lit shantuiur. ('tun*';*' collar, aix-inch deep stiff rufls taaaaMd witli fi^ir iil,n k buttons. This is partnered by a vrepra while hoi Thee I mj" -.huwing* i" Thtt A^ek. in one '*••!lection. I aaw Victorian criaoHne evenlnf shirts. E4(wardi.in-ln%  fferency Pluck" suits with cul-aw.iv ink.: % %  nst coats; fend the lP*s look llnj i in the mkk taunlnf) i' I •iner'. c :Hnt NMW Liiok MM avjajBjnv I Two nW colours wer# on dWp'ay this ^^eck—imperial violet BtOaM nnion < olmirs %  ad -.i BM arid i-i "I'.imn'f n %  loins tlia • %  'v .. il]. are to be aecn onl> paja i ol the gloai I % %  !. %  ilicy ;ip|M>ur ... ihaiiku ... i peiaad. to in current %  ms. Ibind-Strt'et .store i ., weak .!!> train kfipeHnea are meant for home tfU ] I I B many women con.iii.ii | II --k.ns %  ..u* lallinn for them Two reasons why they Uhi aaal % %  On those with trim figures, they look sophistnater' ri -, M nought i inaterinls. m I ,initation Is-p^rd-sfctm Ovtueiis buyers and provincial nndi aantry hop! ttnush. are -tilt —L.E.S. By EVE PERRICK WOItUS, words, words, words. Words printed on the dossiers on -covered -tables. Words whining through the mi.%  before each ut Boa commission members and the witnesses. Words being scribbled down frantically by a d) looking stenographer. The 20 members of the Royal Commission on Marriage and DlVOteaj have passed the tirst anniversary of their founding, arm an* approaching tha 40th public session in the oak-panelled, ffreenturtained room in the buildinji where once upon a time Mr. Sidney Stanley bees me headline news. fUfeat until Thursduy. when Dr. Marie Staves was the star turn, the proceedings there had nothing of the excitement or surprise value of the Lynskey Tribunal. Ninety witnesses have answered about ihe issiusorande they have submitted. They assorted lords, ladles, magistrates, doctors, bni' (User public vho comprise the romnusaiun have read through hundred* of documents. They have lasaatwd IB tall woo and cries of horror uTOaB the people determined to get then word in, and the crackling of toffee papers from one regular attender In the public benches. They have heard about tha hard tunes at WIVI-N t'essrlcd by T .•.n.-min.u'.i rnen, the dangeT-. ito home life. hhe plea that husbands should be forgiven just as little Inlldelity. and so on, and so on. Thev have heard nothing that isn't as .rrtag*. loi happani to be the twelfth i iv.il i .inunission ^et up to delve into something, or other m the past live years. One bright day someone Is t-i.tng to appoint a Royal ComaM M BO] oimutsions Biayraphy ^NOW the Italian illm industry Is becoming sn Hollywooden. tnd "ftlelal hlot'raphtes ri> l | ihe -tudlos in the same w.iy Aim i ican companies Ifowever, the iJitln flan for flambcyance dies hard. So ape % %  et this revealing information on (iina lAilsMitde:— Her film OfefesB % he was offered I feMD par! H which she had to Itox tn i thl male star This with such vigour that he fell flat on BOI faee. and Ginn went up so much in the estimation of the) director Ihnt she won %  role in hi* next Illm." Second lady to tell the hOW|-drl-it t.,!r IftMecarde Neff. of Germany, who arrived 1"-" from Hollywood this week Miss NefT, say her el bl so different. Wh>, he even wrote her own biography. T quote Muss Neff on Miss Neff:— "She has had so many frightening and (treat* hn that an unhappy marriage did n N tlnow her. "Because of all <>.< through, lbs a fine human being with an interest in people more than self Gsrbo. Belte Uavk.. or %  in bad people and the bad in good people. •*W,th Hildegarde. it doesn't have to be black or wtatk be grey and In a variety of shades.' 1 Unerkan rhythm bands are diluting their miv U mambos, rumbas, and sambas ith thai old Valentino *ons> and-dance. In fncr. nimKi-king Ros (EdmMRde) hosnaatf %  tango tut "Luna Roaa" and toe "IHue Tango"— Ibr evary raqta t he gets for the shuffle-be rl Be think', the current rra/e has somethmi* to do with | vetum to the lea and "M %  H.ili-n.Hii dancing teacher Eve TyngaU--MnsMai says she think we are all gelling "'sloppily sentlmantal >boul everything these days, and tangos match tha naOod." Tin-Pan-Alley suggest thai dance fads follow song snfrraecn —and ihat Use man. BH .'. I^rev <\adrrson, composer of the "Blue Tango', and ihc new catCDy littlo number called (1 think) "PUnk, PI the postage. i id doors of the nlghl clubs do not make good grounds for the step-step-slcpSTOP movement, and th .He better nets for palais patron-. view, I And them much more thai (>oiMiapinr. routine the Bill p for ail othei South Amei ,L. IMI i:t io maga%  in cofonn hrom Wlverblo to rlrr.lh of Sprine %  %  Wiserrack j, uii KBDC81 i inks of uttered at fe lilerar lunrhcon hv Bevrlev llaxter. reproving playwright Peter t'attnev for sticking to a serious set speech I making one M D usual impromptu and far gayer Saul Mr. Baxter. %  ware speaking for posterltj hW Ilka you Wooing The World's Sweetheart Don't let that COLD take hold! lust a few drop* of Vspcx on your handkerchief, an J on your pillow at night, will clear the head instantly. Vapcx relieve your cold fro m i h> n r • i deep brea I h you take. Vapcx i* highly economical, and I'lrJ'iiu to UM. Alt'* ***i, '-h.ln ntln'A.M ntratcd. t I I t*S CVLDS Qtm A I > fj t fm1m i it/ Thorn— f-Wj I tM ff.Smrf Not so long ago travel was alow and laborious, and \% %  ontined to the leisured rieh. ami I those who had to *> abroad ubout j their legitimate business. | In the lust haif OM ••ver travel conditions have bean revolution!/I'd, and with the advent of quick and rontfortaMo Air service, roupled with ml I I •lie whole world rsfel i-vi.me ti., %  An ti.tvei has made it iHxksUilii ;to hop from one side of the arid to the other in a matter I of hours, and hop people do. All •this Is everyday km Rut what is not always real' %  i thai < .it. wa are loiisiantly on each oil-.I *teps, which puts every country m the world on its toes, I Where before conn" | ii.-n paop l ee could slop about ui I ihe privacy of that] own back• yards a.s it were, now they have ino prtjiaey, but are liable to i* i under the critical eye of over* Isoee visitors at any tgete Now this intorehange of peo|ples. this closer ralatlorifehin with other -ountrles is acknowi lodged to be good in the spreud. Ing of world peaca, cultura lly, and in the Trade, and the taofl that Tourism the vorid % %  I %  %  %  11. nsgeai %  irld wide oDrnpatftton H that niu i !.won. Even wealth ..i d cultuial ifMEM D uffffl %  • %  i serves out to amo the i" v them •eel welcome. i ugf we In emo have ng \ apt otu ttons. We have to In doubly on and the chief respon..ii! lie wtfh tha Hotels of the i.l.md. Now it h Bo) %  %  .is. %  -1 COO> dilions thai havaj .:,.,:. ..I. Iivnu: MaiKi.tni.' i:.i\,.... La o*/nd In the laaf I I t rourltt, B A Hun land Of comfort Will no longer com ira- put up with %  ward peimrttve ooav ditions wtrJ en in BariMidos conatidar . and Iwdhs lava%  ,. should be ,there to help tha guests to smooth out the i i frtcUon that will occur from time to o it indispensable. As regards tho bed-rooms, tha •very araaai visitor to find In her Hotel Is a quiet, clean, cool room, ertth %  comfortable b<-d. (whi. i a spriiul-lil led mattress or one n ade of rubber foam) and fraouent changes of towels and l.ed-liisen. She will require a private bath-room with :unning hut and cold water. It seems almost superfluous to add that tire should be at Ratal one com fortabte arm-enalr, a bed-side |l Mo and lamp, a irrviee oell. adequate space for riott ,i thermos lug of iced water, yet astonishingly some of u> are often lacking. It is useless imagining that bcrauso Barbados Is a Tropical island that running hot water in the Hotels is not necessary. It is a must with overseas \ isitors. they are accustomed to It, and they do nol feel clean without it Il is quite possible for every Motel to provide It. GOOD POOD, is terribly important. There is an old saying that the way to a man's heart is through his stomach and there i no doubt that there is a lot n( truth in this. Many a tiny Hotel or Restaurant has made a oig reputation on the excellency of its table alone, by providing drod cooked with imagination, and tor penpal will re*urn again and again to the (luce I cooked I be %  I l'l.! %  food count-. | l„(i.ftl be nanrfihen •' be SUMI %  The food |1 I :e goo.i. ir.t. and Cold %  lust ]., da ppi i a inee of %  erved \ I %  %  •aa lo it th rl Uv ..ell Of It, i i itel. %  would lake more than a short %  rtaele to hold it all. Iiui an) Hotel that the things mentioned In this shon %  fend will be %  .: talions are .md Maty %  fully impr... fed -ears, hut MB room for improvement fend for more fMd H %  Barbadoa dal. %  i baitea Hoai %  .. ."ing the WOrid 1 to be behind In everytl FACE POWDER JOT glamour that becomes you O\L y :i MOM: DAYS 1 EIIX. INGK.NO By BOURJOIS BOI ..i \ WIMI ri.Bi t MI INQ i.l LIPSTICK • TALL > UK1LL1ANUM • M Rl A" HAIR DKi Al See Us For Your Last Minute Selections Attractive Boxes of Stationery Perfumed Stationery Serviettes & Doyleys Waxed Ice Cream Containers Yardley's Gift Sets Lentheric Gift Sets Pearl Necklaces Lovely Boxes of Cadbury Chocolates Etc.. Etc. THE WINDSOR PHARMACY BROAD ST. TELEPHONE No 2292 w & %  •A m S X I i I I %  J. -• %  %  I a & %  %  mm



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I'M.I US SUNDAY VDVOt ATE -I M>.\Y. DECEMBBB 11. life CLASSIFIED ADS. HELP I'l HIM SAUt PART ONE ORDERS LOST A FOUND ffUPMomr :acs THANKS II I. I. I •. s Unawi signed g-Btr%  %  ami sympathy with %  i%  • Oil SALE AUTOMOTIVE B Ft TBlriAN Expertamped !>•*an n MM l' Ontj .%  pahs* v 1-PB An. oral < I mass—an SEAL ESTATE r\rr.*UMXl> I -1 St Mlrhae" ^ i %  %  %  1 %  > In II who ai i* %  oRirrns. • % % %  *•>, .*. undersign**. %  iMMIM who I who nn %  ,. %  %  recent %  hy if.* death U IIH-ln. %  %  I i.' r.| .. kHfaUi %  %  'i %  '.-. Ill* i. • %  winiti. :> it IN Ml .KH.I.M 1*40. -I • id any. • %  % %  >• %  itl toy— %  uitrai ai ia Is—1 %  a mht in me. I i Utd HNt'x lA-' %  Heebu.* I0.0O*. OPS in Mr U. 11 ..... Misru.LANf.oirs r Tnr.* or to— "Mm %  .i >| ',;I.IIUL Amu aar ai ii *: - %  KHeel. M IM I I < SIM' Ill Ml S I . KU h-"on Bungalow C->iii| VianMla. OenlJemeii alone t. \ tfiwi i>. Uawm "nil 1 %  rag la-pi w ii.aa 1*1 lll.H MITIM S ~ NOTICE raOUH I i-.. '. gyp %  Ritual pnee J : UJT on IK* beech AITTION TWaWAV I. ...| "..<..• •....!... M Car both in working i r/jc NOTICE %  '"'IIT (i.l Ml* The Cli* Houw will I* closed ihrtsimaa day M**nb~>.f,,. wish MM* an Out day aheuld ...... i.e.*arv •rrangetrrenn lor ihm -V Wrt> th Caddy VMH SEC mrr A BY I ...| .... NOTICE 1J*J In One IM1 V-a Foide damaged b • *-Urh. Oat%  C*r* Step. %  i III1U an %  I %  . .. I C i t.i i Lid Wholesale Depart] I* II I -*\ ind Wedi.e*.l.y lam to, 10 SS a m, A T KINO. PaioehlBl Trea.irer. 91 Joe* pi i u i ;., m Ap|~ai*c* %  1 I I i I'KiCAi. NOTICE I fm on* v Anm.il v will be rmivtd _, %  4 the VMin up to 11 %  ><-•* it ftMtirda... nil Januarl. IM? Amli-HU rauel be widow Si Michael, who lirui POi I in iilad a i NOTICE NOTICE INDUS llll.ll TOIB I Member* of the B <• A .ii.irli.n.d %  r-._ JM in %  iirtl W I ln .tddltlo, f Iheira %  II Ih *""* •••*• lll tor i i.niHon rndA> />nuar> %  IB b* laMalMd Tfcfc*l Will W anld limn JMUMD '.* OfV, IHIIBAno'. (IKKM l'-(HIHIN irtil* Vlftn T HOVOff % %  ia ajv. Mini *#*> ai II u-41 Orddfly OfHcr Ordii> tUBci Oratrt MVMI %  Orailt OlfUn Ord*ii' vti"i in Ml t % %  ii tM I r. UM.nl-na ladaBBB f f •• Mkdlnd I* TVr U WMal -ndlBd % Jan M T>". Mm ii M noon HI %  R Godriard 5 D "'— %  nd-ul II Jar 5 H H PAXirl CMtJaal AaU..iaa>i Tha Ha(Mal ltolnnl Mian harba* P*BT tl %  • lUM.in iN#rar _, ._. TM PV Oibtom.ft %  Ca> AlUdl-d aaiJ Tc c a r. %  Mai.Kail HBO I ... S U Fin Mn II Q Coy Oianlrd a l DM M n.antad 1 ajajajbj VaHtaajpjj 1*>, •••. Varailon la\a HAMII Captain. Adiaiani Taw Barbado* r*)i iha exi m mmm t DANCE %  'li < l"i* ilM*a* Uirfca. •II'" (ll-lliis II > %  • Tlrlrb not Iranafarattla Eile-aKve LMtafi f (M CUM ProtoPrtT %  < Land Alw.ji Avallavble oflW, gn Friday aia nil llrd lo Ml MM BTNBI n in in frarral 8 Hi. Ilarltailos 1'i.lir. DON TS FOR DRIVERS Don't ttart making adjuatmenU whik travelling stop and do if in safety. %  Had ,., toM at K 1 . -i,.., M fc n, j ulcd to beam on January II and rbd aiMiee ROYAL NETHFRLANDS pnrUlinn n* lha vi.ltjr. Iron) holal ""- "•' STEAMSHIP CO. SHIPPING NOTICES Hay*. Trinlrt* ni< t.U. Iha.^ i I The Aaaoiiauwi dor* tW Srt'rtaty i-l I Kll" • Pi..r Mil ai IB *tIn : hardly barn uaad and %  Paal ai UU TdiiMm iH.WA\ not blitd laalf II. > Irndar. AMOCIATIIIN r IIOYOS, Honj Mr 21 laa--Jn I s .... ,„,„.., I .OIL llbaKT 1IOUS IS %  %  %  Ivc toul%  .i ... %  '• end* wailuiii. !• %  %  %  %  %  %  Mhtra i %  Innomiralnl by %  II It.SS-1 p-.-KNITIIKE %  MiTii i ro ii in hi 11inat MILS VI v too Kb Hi publUhrd lor dancral In I., m ia I ion lhal .md-r lha Dairy IS** II I* iini'rd ihni bartaS-J inrndaiad „ a: IIKKA OT.1CA Kllh D"in*r. IMS I S .S'IS.-OK Ml. January. ISM • Mfl.MA Idih January. IBM H BON Mltr. SJrd January. IMU % %  II iv.. TO tl i.M'l I i oiiANjrATAD auih l-..mbar. IMS. \,i si. ro IUMUAH. r\.\M uuv IS" IMII i I-II HI IAS \ .t %  'li.'.TOH iMii Drcrintoi. HAS I S i.jfTIC'A lain January. ItU \l s NK1TOH S3id January. IMU ', IM S BONAiFr. on Fabniary. UU -\lll\i. Id 1.1-.11..1. (t'BAlAO Ida inonlli i. (1 .|.initf ii.u.l br ill ul January C11..11..H-0 <>f llrallh of January Itl). wrwn .. ^1 I.,. j4inr. lor lhal yaai* HUES %  HP (CUn 1U arr. ISSB. Fahruarv. IHU ii BSOM, tON a, iu Ln> Alaall. GRIFFITHS MAS CAIN XMAS TRIF LIGHTS r^Mfr'ggrg Canadian INational blKainsliips t IR ^ s nU XMAS nn ivrroratlonn. \* \ TOYS. TOYS. TOYS. niKESC. per lb. (Lola of It) ^ PLANTERS Pr-ANUTH \ C-lft Boxrs UKK'OLATES. J l>RAOEr:s for £ 'omm of applitallon for raclatralfen i toe obl.n..-i from ih. HanIU.li.-i U> %  ItJaVMI M Si Michaal I M KIIJNTY Cnalmuui. CornmaMlonan ol llraiii-. M. Mieharl 1.IIM *FOR SALE LIVESTOCK (IIAVWAHK -AI |Kk-a lo .u.t mn 11 fa-.. %  pi Tnmblrr* m %  i TumWu-ri aor Coaalra Tr A*h Tr..i. lOr Candy DIUHS)< %  i %  .•llr Noi Diiha* ISc.. Pi. Tr,. t ISr Falhn Xmai lyrt-'i-tnl Tiunblrra ajc rarh Q W HUTVIIIS*UN A, CO. LTD Ulnl HB It II e-9r. %  II \N|iK'IIAI-r flRPT VUffla Ii —_——^_ j avairablrahadav ai very apodal %  inlth. i (inly II anl I*I bnnrh Tha Mv-Jrm %  %  Mi. i ]" %  HniHl Sti"l II IS fU I I Ii. .. I .,. ..... an,p v. O af art, %  | OUUM, IN Alf* t 111 . ragM "i ai u a ii%  i II.IIII i.fn plai, r-1 und black. U (i-dnrra Mi. C. V %  .i a* II WSD I'OHETKV i ai*i II. 41 in Rlafh HotK MECHANICAL '.' \ll .:>.". I %  ! It \HV .Hill • i otlcnwool and ilaal flbrr Soft, dun Matlraaa>a mad* lo ordrr. Procaoi •arvlea. "Varmoni -. Waalbury f nrar Thnmaa flap. Dial aI. n ii. M MAIiNU Imperial Optical Co Ia|>i Enjland'a laaduial'.i:> Naaiapapvr no wrlvun In Baibadoa by Air oatly a la day* aliar puhuralkMi tn London Conu*i Ian Uiil tJO Aiii-.i. %  M l m i. %  btlNMUUrl. TU. Sill •T.4 I flit MISCELLANEOUS .^AOI;IUII..MS -I V .. Ml >.1-1 H"1 i %  i %  It II I CftaM %  .1 J. kalarcohxin Bally U-obi. Map*. Auto. Oaarimiaa Aniiqat Sluip > i. • % %  Vachl Club a I II--I l.n Hi id 1 I it.. . ,, . > available i..| i %  | 4ii %  %  Tin Bak.ah BMyBMi rafflr-i b L >ub ul U>* Annual I < :,'. T """" %  i %  i %  r. A PTHII %  i %  %  I i 1 1UTl*HI\ .sl.iVl* lr OTaaM HaaM If.ir Xnuii I. 1 and S-burrair i table and floor modal* L alar, oven, m radncaal prlcaa Aulo Tyre Co.. Tiala f-.r SI.eel Ul -I MM II IS S33" lypaa nva liable %  OHIBnOIMi CD".' f(iNrni)"ioH CDN riiAi-i r.NQFB CDN L-KClSn CDN CUNSTHUK IUN CMAI I 'M.I i-na. fHClsCB < |)\ KiMSTHUCTOII rriN CHAUJ-NfiFB %  alia Ballta* ta n.-. De. 11 Jan IT Jun 10 Peb H rh 10 Mm Marbade* narn.de. Daaaa.a-. IS De. SS larc SO Dec %  Jan %  Jan IS Jan II Jli. SS Jan n Jan 5 >*. S Peb 10 Peb 19 Feb IS PeO S4 Fell 1 Mar 0 Mar 1" Mar. IS Mai It alar. I* Mar 1 Apf 1 Apl TApi .11* .11 II" I Mi CDN CBUTHCR TON CONSTHCCTO lt>N CHA1 IjvNIlFH CDN CBU1SSTB CUN CONBTRl'tTOIl i DN CHAUJf..Nir.H CDN IRCinKII CDN. CONVTBCCTun cDN cMAU-TNarn t Dec S Jan 11 J31 Jan. U pa* sa F*I> 14 Mar. SB Mai II Apr SO Jan 3 Peb 11 Pa!) Star IT Mm 11 Mar I Ai vail* II % %  i ..i. ?s SI Jan Feb II Fah U Fb ... J-i. II Mar. tank** partlaalat*. apply to— GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.— Agents Un>. ntCR SALAI). PtARS. rtc I RAISINS. I-RIMS. CIIIRRIKS. PEEL in.n> M ICING Sl'GAR. 3 Vartrtkpa White-. Rmp' 111 Til (I||I.< i.'.llHACON In |.ki:%  i .•> %  uli.ui i ANCHOR BITTER. I. Ill I IUII S ;: For Toy*. Small \mns Trtfi nnH %'moa ikraratlonM — Bin FRtm — CENTRAL EMPORIUM .i -. SS1ADW A ul re-rondlllnii. Imperal Opllcal Co itvrr K K Huntt l-.\H ... -ILIIM" Dcner So. 7 N .. r**Jl*wn Dial 4IM 11.11.13 BCALU sooib PUlform s. •nd durable The Oeneial Afjonry t I ,! %  I T.I I" II S P0L\K (ARTMEN WANTED Applv Immediately To V.V////AV POLAR PRODUCTS ;: LTD. ;; ^! PalniPtto Street I 20.12.52—2n. $ STXJVKfl Cuobec* and HarPH lataartf liu>e ai II 17 tt .-• I UM Fie.HI. Thri* Bur .M„eii.an ftlove a-.lh Oven all*Ched SI in %  %  I '.Hi.... II— I Tel 4IH II W In rhre.1. IV.II%  %  mm SEWS HASH BltlllSH CAM IMS -ipr. iiir.ii and Pbatocraph> An IntercvtlBt Ruwk Isf MutarlaU %  /• M *IE JOHNSONS >TAT10NVR\ v* v.lti il POT iTOES-St. n> 5 TEA SWTB Specal Xma. Clill P>" r* ou. prelb. Tea. D nn*r and Coffee SeU. Theee aeta are unbealabM and make exrellent %  IfU Xavaral dealajna from •vhirh lo eho.— O W HlTClUNS.iN SO0 LTD. D-J4SSS |tllH ^. TIV A.Hrn...i! Tova ihnl a.e differ, nr*> inciudiiw viota, 8t so *•saoi ciun. m ka SSr ea Flula* toe it. fc .a 5*e Ihem TOD* al MilMINION B CO. LTD PWol.Hl ntran P""y MS 00 each. The Modeir Uroad Siicel ii is ss--i" I -, ^e,e,e,,,e^^ V ^^^X^a-V^rV*f.*.*e•>* nASTINCiS. Uuily and U quoted BARBAIMIS nittrrm Rolf* i reouert. it CnrstA ui-l.iitnr Ii.niirr SASl CawkUll Parlle* irrinird J H. BUCKLAND Pi I'T.i'i %  Yf>ll OiX SHOW in: l N v M i \ 11 . Britain Bl Piano Slnre> 1137 Tropkal M...1.1Sprrlally rfcornmenard for #-tlrrnw rllmali" AH inil". SrhooU of Muvlr liar BrtBampad PUna*. (all 4J83 and arraiisr for a 1ft dpmonntratlon. CECIL JEMNOTT PHONE *SOT 48 TUDOR STREET BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Draw for the Annual Raffle Prizes will lake ,.i...,ul lhp I'l \/ \ THKATRK. Brldg'tonn (b> kind Pwladia of tintUmttmmt) .it 8 p. III. on Monday 22nd December 1952 Knfllr MM lloldrrv ill br admillrd %  **• nn final Ulion ol Ihfir I .. k. i. al Ihf dimr. I" WIIIICVN IB* Draw. and (Infilm lhal follow.. AUCTION SALE TUF.SDAY. Slrd DKCEMTIER. ItU. a l 11 a Ri W* have rn-eived iriatrurUon* Irom Mr. A. Bruce Skinner fca aall b> Auclw.ii hi. collection of llo„.m..ld Fun.ihiie and EtTWa* I Iilad below Vlewnuj morning of Sale Dunne Table otlh Bra*. Feel I %  Jpnaalateri'U Illnlnl Chain Drop-Leal Table Senlruj TaW*. Neat ol oca. Table*. Dinner Wagon. Sideboard De*, Wardrobe iCadaclined.. Dreaaing; T*bia,-nai Tuple Uiimr a SSooi. Korhei.. Cant Of DrnweT*. Mir nw and Sland All I MAIKX.ANV Upholetered Suite iorrpr..in Sallee 4 I F*.> Chair. wTlh • .,,-1 .11 ! Carpet, I Cuahlooa fable 4 Mandn-i Lampa. Cedar llookc-iae PlelurePI.II.1III,. WltlOaM Prlnla. •*• re. Dlchen* Wall Plaque*. I"r Roh;.. M..H1 J.i-.. Alf^d Meak." Ofeajnai i BSMBlaal aappi i" Wedaewoaad Tej Service*. 3 Glnaa Decanter. in SUud SINCiFH Treadle Sr r. Machine. Koch.".' Chan. Foldim Chair*. Poldh Card Table*. Sirujlc Saanan Bad* a 8pnn. Hprin-filled Malire—-. Simmon* C*i. Iron Chair* rlh MalUeuaa. CianU Comp-clum HI Cedar, lid Dioaainaj Table, -tin Vnrnr. Vrrtni. Pi I aal I. Cup and aaveral ni.u Table. 4 ft Wall Mirror, alau tirrar* 1 plale I Oven Fnaataire. LaaSlr a Blrtir Table.. MNc Kitchen Clenii.Miac China. Cant* Bov. BocieSen.it s Bel %  fallre**. P*d Table a IMd ol Too*. Xmaa'Tree Polta4 Pahna. and many other interested .lein* \-.'i OF HAMlvlFlt AUCTIONEERS .1-1... M. Hi-u. * Cs>. \ I v I.T.* REALTORS LIMITED OFFERS Da %  rw Road ,1 view ol ueled lo h.ilrt and ball lo* md bath, can, and enough room lor laiinu.i elc. Th* rop*rl .Und. On approximately IBSS0 aquara •*! f l-r.l BI'NOAIAW •miale at Oraem* Hall Tenaea **ari allracllvely detained, eomprlalnc three bedroom* wlin UillK* and bath* altarhad. dlnlnl and llvinf room*, kitchen, verandah W The Wart and a nice palh> to lha Bad Tha propr1v Hand* on approximately H acre Ol land. COVK BPSUNU COTTAOI A lovely cotuaje atandlna on I rooda IT pawhe* ol land alluaia at St %  ,n > %  Cuait havlnf Iu OUT, private baUilnaj baach. and ,-npinnc thie* bedroom., with pnvate toilet and bath lo main bedroom, drawlnaand a'""* room*. European bath with bM and eoM rumuna "<•' -f" aeparate toilet, modern fctunaa, .Wd Salaary on two aldM. WtNDOVKB .i~. iha vary Petal I %  'I !i..vO iBiea .i... iwo %  enlaundry, wotklhop IT ha* bean extanaively pa 11.preaenl owner. oaimalaly 4-. acre* ol ori aaleuHve orcBalw v lael*d frull Uaao. rompriae* three badt room, l.vma room. ii mtf i.aii.* with bat ler. Lars* verandah*. (building. Indudlnf i property .-.I by in.-ii MI I.I Situate in the Garrlfon. St. Michael. ComprUioa lour badroom*, combinallon llvln. aad nuing miii-i, arparata toilet and with kitchen with buiil-ln cupboardi, vet.ndah the whole length of the bulldlnn. Tha outbuilding, comprlae two aervanU room* with oater lollet and a aaraje lor two --.. Tk. a*M*ia] property eUnd* i v.. i aquarc I ret aaBBfl b, appointment only. Tfll'RBIHDON •llluat* al Maxwell* Co-'t Road. r. mpriung of tour bedroom* all drrwing room .llached. living and dining room. large kitchen. verandah on Iwo *lde* with one facing the tea Oulbi.ii.llng*. 1 %  trvant* room., garage for two run The properly .Und* on 1 rood*. II parch** of land Irvapectlon by appointment only. adjoinIng the la moo. nockle) Baaeh. beat tea bathing in lha Ulahd Divided into Ihiee Hal* and bring a ve*v high ntonlhly rental Thar* will be many proaperiive purchaser* for ihii nropeny Do not 1.1 Ml -IIKIll Situate at Welehea. ChrKt Church, wllhln 100 yardi of tha %  M. Vary reaaonobly priced. Pleaaa ronlact u* a* aoon aa poaalbla r IIM.I.S t:^ 1 Chui Alrport. n iWo ea.mg atlached. Iwo mediu baaBTOtaaal -Hh dra*atn| room* ant buiti-in c.ipboarda. toilet and ball, laige open verandah entire Mrujtl thai t llra.-h %  k>bb>. living and dining roanw, bieaklaat loom panirv. kitchen, larae study, and a lovel. open patio lo Ih* South. Thla propeiV al*o haa lovely ground, and a portion of arable i' g IH acre. In'pei%  1. liniment only I.MSKBOROI UN Situate al Corner of Weh haa Hoad and TV'ed.ide H bedi< aa*. j REALTORS Limited RIAL IRTATB AOSNTt Al'CTTONSIBa VAI.CKBa ni/iii RornriK KTBIKT BRIDOBTOWN PBOSIB eSSS I prlio. and nl fruit Ira**, At i %  • large In gallery 3 be* m wardrobe*. FOR SALE NfetliOrlE. THE GARDBjN. WORTRlNa Modem coral atetv* bungalow on comer ane with v. >de fronUfe*. Pleaaanl garden ver bed*, lawn, !" *atr*M III aajai filled lUlchen garage with covered way to houae. i-fflc*. All public iililli aervlc*. One ol Ih* moat attractive home* now available m Ih* medi..pil.e range CAKAHIANCA. Maxwell. Coa.i I far *aa> running wnn iwu r*c*pnon room. 4 bedrooiiui. verandah, k tihen Bfjaarti **'•. *torr>o*rna etc. The land I* approx I acre* With flower and vegetable gardena productive orchard and cocoaUil %  rove. One acre walled garden mav be sold aeparately a* a building Ml* WILLtSDPN, MARINE GAJ^DKNS— A lubatanual loetay property on an aitrajctlv* anil ore with tcnnU lawn, flower bfdi .i-i flowering ahrlib* The bouar i* appioached by a covered walk from lha entrance aat*. a BalahaH touch indicative of lha general nigh standard ol con.trurUon. The rooma are all on one ploor gallci I well proporllonrd din Dg wllh fo.dlng dooi. leading andah* on bolh *tde. of Ih* araw n| and Qieukf.st ,. 3 double bedroom., all with led bath and Uai The an .inpoll*. club* -r .[. ..i..| than la uauaU Ihl* piopeilbieakfait haTafati 'taiuiij baa room and J good brdimi, a Wide gallery run* on 1 le* and complete privacy aa lamed. There a. a iwo far %  %  i UM .He I* l\0UO *q. ft in good land, bearing fruit ** A good *oiid home ootnuv I* lor a reasonable Hgur*. \ •* toilet, balb Oi.i-uuildtng* two %  eparal* garage. ..nd two separate servant.' room* Thu proper tv can be beughi for a vary reasonable figure Ii-*p*ciioi. by appolrlm*nt mr HOHIR %  StakeM al the UaiPUon. Chrtat %  ,.n.mg ol two bed• and dining room*, paiir.. kllcheiv lollet and bath. Al*-. a large teiardah lo the Bait and North of Ih* building Outh iiidin f •servant* room and garage, also a number of selected fmit ire** and standing on approa.T .lei. TM0 M| ft Thi. |aMi LAND M. James Coaat. between Colony Club and Coral Beef Club a*-)W ran be had with or wlhoul a frontige lo the sea. >ie I right ol ill MINAHAH COTTAGE, ST -AMES CUAST — A chaimms Dearn houae in Loral *and beat i wllh the beat j.-.-i. .'i.nig the in .ii ill planted ndan lacing ara. b-.ii.-. 2 bain| I....1 ;.,, p.-,l n .uch a good puai* on on tni. .%  mi..in. coast BHtaHTWO'lIl Si i niiiraa I ...,i, m*Uow* nicea/ B*ach I ron tag* bhlng lerliit.e*, Three b*d...aped verandah Iuok.ng **!! % %  aarage and a*rv*> rd*. Separate MBrooma. IdWal dentlal Quarter NEW Bl'NOj Hil.hr nettr H properly v.hl.b iht i*w of Highly. on.tiui-lrd b* a building ton I aaamaBBaaSa Third Mainelecarav i xluatcl in a new raaidanllal area Irom r are fine pantaam-i Dndgelown and lha The ilte I* very cool iy J 1 mile* from town The propertv i. avallabl* m approx %  lo I", acre* LAND. TWEEDSIDE ROAD Excellent laclory or buunaa* *lle o: nearly ** an* with fronUae to mam road over 100 ft. One of the few available locatlona In auch a good poaition caaat to COAST LAND—g*t. J Several building plou in are* with good beechei bathing aa* of wide view of in* couniryud* and **a. Tw 0 main and on* %  par* b*x]poon>* adequate Kitchen, detached garag* and aarvanU' loom. Picture*e,u* well cared for giounda at about one acre, trim Uwn*. abundance of nowrung ahrub. and flower. rock garden, and good mature garden Conaplelely rural RRJJ %  ST AMES—Carenodrllvd 1 atwrey house of the meat attractive %  a* iniira.lnglv pppulei rautiful coral and aaaaS % d calm aafe bathing 1 hedr. -ii both Boors. ia led garage and i gutter. All malm .ervi BENSAM Snenngham den* MuwoU.-Piea.ai': ated modern stone bungal. wiih about '. an* and ngtil *ay to lha **a. The buiMiflg 'nient l> planned with rjaj large i,-. ,r. break ta> 1 bedroom, •leia.hed front verandah i. kittle:, and 3" -a-hbaam. The i^ND. st Jama*. ApCOA*f ] prow a aerea u. desirable and private parts el tbi. faahMMbl* coast at the low figure PIsBlRtaaaaj BaJIdtmi Pbaei* 444a Improved/ THE TYRE THAT WAS ALREADY MORE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER NOW HAS• loafer aeon eear • Ta*>|kul-aite aanA| • High.iaaaa) galttea • 1* *-* aiMeada • TeaaajaaahN i'-aa|tk • it araa'ar t*id leauSaago DUNLOP TRUCK & BUS TYRE 1



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SVNDAV. Ill ( 1 Mill 11 21. 1*32 SI NIMY VDV1K ATI PAGI IIHI\ B. G. Get Party Politics New Parties Will Support Federation THE NEW British Omana House i.f AaMmbl elected by adull sulTraRe under the new consutui. Introduced early next year, will prubabh the large conservative middle-class group thai the existing Legislative Council, pre Times Kevlew ol the British Colonies." in its latest L*\elopment of a real political detailed platfurm b -• party system 111 the Colony was is u.ual in the Wi 2.1.? U>e points made by the ments ot policy .,. Waddinglon Commission, but Brita. lo be mMntnfless and wl" !" ...Ji u ""7l^ M ? n %  < ">' ac non '"' eontastints has had uTihl 1 !" PKl ; """ %  experience in polllical re.|*>„1M7 the struggle was between there Is a t> the Labour Party, prcdomu,.,i,:-i moon. m !*',.,. "i nd '"•" "f"-iVw. ll %  -CltUeruiAssocutlon. predoml . —•*."' a i i w mmi. pM-aomi.i.in-ly Indian. Most or the candidates relumed were conservative ,n, an arranemei replaced by the IVople'a Progress be unw. Party, led by Dr. Cheddi J.gan. The, ha„ %  ributed large amounts ot Comand must that untu '""""" '" "" %  Colon, .„ h „,,, until t, import was banned by the In. Legislative Council. Successor lo inen,t..t, the Labour Party l the National cussion.Democratic Part,, which comes It |. dilM, illS^T^v, ^"r""' nd Mr '*'"* • ,nd <"* "Irength %  ""'he.renew a. vet untested, • m,.W i." continue.. n, ,th.-r bin I I .,.•.„„ n..i)or parly has Issued any docubias ol the Houae ment which could be accounted a left of centre nVI'.r Windwards In Had Way Econom ica lly WHAT DO YOU KNOW? irratn Our 0n Co, nponliit > C.RKNADA. Dec IB. %  conomically. the WlnwrxU are in a ted way. Sir Rulx-n Arurdcll said to-day when delivering his farewell address m ihe Lcsislature -! ihc Du.ig.jT. Sea.-ion. The four liny administrations have groaned in their attempt.. ..> support the full panoply ... ,i••rn government and froni ,. strictly administrative viewpoint. -'< which have to seek grants-lnald from Her Majesty's Government to enable them to maintain existing services while %  Clal position of the fourth is precarious." Thi* reference to I'.ur.nda was later borne out when Uie Governor went on to sav 'hough the currciit y-;.i is expected to close with | sin.ill favourable balance, next year's budget it in templates an alarming deficit .iboul $400.6\)0 At that ratf your reserves will be wiped out within three years and the colony will lome under Treasury roniml with all the attendant disabilities. No Cushion Moreover, the budget does not lake account of Ihe considerable .niditional expenditure bound t result from a revision oT salaries jtnd there is no cushion to take the impact of residual charce-; from CDAW scneme* eominj. to an end between now and 1956" Governor Arundell said speaking generally that be was franklv disappointed In the progress over ihe past four years, much more being possible were the admini*tration allowed to devote its energies to constructive work, but the interminable nutmeg controversy, labour troubles, disorder* and political detnagoguery i>rt>M aj | dead hand on progre** "There are no substitutes for goodwill, co-operation and hard work and it la only through these that we in the Windwards can hope to attain thihershi|i and %  ,i • '. %  1 laws naad otusfl to make up for tbj bers themselves ongiii % %  in the conduct of their unions Oovarnor Anmdall : the Wind*.'-)"i;i,iird poison of Hi". monism that i %  *. Introduce lot technique foUosi %  pro and radii hsit. %  %  I %  Uon ear I Ml %  %  It will rontain 25 leap years and will have 38.52.'. dav, which an equal t-> 5.11* weeks lac dav It began on Tuesday and will end on s have ftv. i %  %  urn YtHi know that the Mpgdsss. .phabets contained 26 letters and the French 23. but did ro that the Italian had 20; Spanish 27; Ger"27. Rusi;m 1, Lattfl 22; Greek 21 Hebrew 22. Turkish 33 1141 that a 1 I Greece by Thalaa about 00 B.C. upon An thine l li-iut 300 H( %  tnd zero %  %  ...... Spain IOSOJ Bito England 1253 %  1482. Th. In all brain is n than the %  ."•o.ooo.oon nerva i il every in 00 days. But • of sleep of tiia Uaau* %  if| .' 5fl th" %  %  It itt were of loo I BBtht r nt %  he the fust to use feathersit lf-fiverninent %  .i rlgfai ..iii natural goal for the V %  %  in lie and fwderatkn on the :. nee Hepoit .'ill step in that the Li %  l "" Conference neat yoai likei} t.. n\> I He rlnj that his ell 'Mi'iMii tin %  nl ii. the windwards %  %  friends In Ik* of life and sinfi on all In i ma, %  %  nd i i idmiiLlatreColooial Pre i i i.ims later use Iniuuvi, Mr. Gal 'or the ruapenelon added in-; quota of .ompllmenis K to speak M the ii tdt '•( the majority re and of ,'hout Ihe lh of the i oeony** %  not feel ptwtqiiati tin Qovthoufl iih him BMTTHK) Bd b) Hi liuCol-olut l >aihar oeds were jsed in England in the reign of, vui A book U'longing to the familj 1 ... Ugue of 1 %  the most curious book in the world because it is neither • 1 printed The letters of k • an eul out ol •Olio itaon vellum and heing interleaved with blue paper it Is M eas> to read as print The labour bepon it was excessive, A King of German) .ffcred for t: $oc.>oc %  aoeja WorM the Koran Ihc Edda* of the Seal Tri PiU1 sfluati the Fiv. ne Three Vedas of the Hindus, t %  %  Christians The Koran ll Ihe HKkSt | Lornpoundi Ions fnmil goa m %  atd OM '.eoss. the) Talmund and th* Goai el M sr log of ex, booka found in the Bibli Tl 1 %  1 > ..11. \ . !< %  > KiiKlisli :. Dutch I. Swlas I. Portuguese l;| Ian |; Spanish 5; German 0. Syr.an li. Gr.ek M. I .0 lei FlcN.nPopes re : %  %  'cars. 68. from 10 to 20, M fron 5 to 10: and eu than % vears. I the United %  tatas %  B N •nur:na Mag 1 Wilson was I H • opt In With tnc menj In his emplti\ who always caJed Bant Kftm Inspect %  *> %  • %  %  %  %  % %  -E A US \ joking I Irttri %  'it n Of uplift. %  that he did not know, unli wan for F.ihert Andergoa ani "Uncle San. I*li. t.*e was kepi %  1 if.nl until IT became marked "VS. n helonging lo' 1 %  I'ncle Sam" L Rt;riR\ TO VatMl KATHMANUU. Nepal. Dec IB •man Swisr. cxpedi'iit.': vh"h falksl In 1U attempt u> I I ii month returned '< In 1 1 .1 % %  %  -. A Shcr%  H ..id. 1 ind iii t' -.lierarr) Ing %  1 •I UH Irak here. im was cheerful bu1 ap%  h. 'null, stay h) pel "f Hie world's i eak Vbe cllmbti la II ol then -1 • %  %  %  . 1 1 terence s HI. 1 f.p. es tate 0m i #' '#' S FOR THE HOME ARE MOST USEFUL • GLASSWASB 1 1 \ tin 1 w.-xtti: I (Ml l I (IIH |LtS prr surd. ) CONCOLBUM il" t.,.h DknM I BTOVBS (If t a>li lli.ioiinl) I KITCHEN GOODS I I'HISSIKI I llllkl Its I IM.ASTIf tllHIDS I ICE (REAM FREEZERS. GET THESE FOR FOR XMi\S I I I I IH'l B PI I M ftIIIHM, lb. tin II tin f.mrrN I T. Ml I t<-i > C T Biscuit. I Ml I II Ml'-. I 1 1 MLXf-n mtiT PI \it\l Mir.M 1: VI-.lV^ 1 u urn l'i:i M nil t> > GOLDEN ARROW RUM PKHKIVS A UK. LID. Roebuck Street Dial 2072 & 4801 I III lallTlal: SHOP \ kees in tin-...ii aaefe <;tf4uit ejrh jud avan nnr e> Ilialeses-%1 I e,(l.rr >Urk eaeaef I eeeafteag "*et % I WVKiWs ol BOND MM I I and I II 111 \\ I M I a I ajeai%ll> I • .. I. IVrl N mev %  ) I I I II \ ill ii\<, ...id I l\rillRI( e> theI laai-%1 ITlfeiri aal I %  .sat* •> eseael Sas)sea >a| the BSM Meaa far iaefrallaa rVIa \MIIShV Brtiidfrnm fl.HU a batllr >.l\ -Rr4M>U rrm UM A bottle Bad ihc I.i.mis tin (IKhsi'iH Itl M "**" ,n Vur t hrlstniLu Minppiits I'rahl-m lir In Ihr LgTffU SHOP '"'" leattasMri Buildlm. Hmari Sireel. IWHMSIHH. i \ < II HIS IM, IS SREj 1.1LS! Just opened NYLON SHIRTS — all colours SUEDE SHOES in Navy Blue. Grey. Brown READY MADE SUITS ranging from $35.00 up / PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET THE LONDON SHOP LTD. E.XCi.l'SIVE tllMI.I.MI S S 111 II II Hits III:\IIVMAIIIS \ M \ni-in mini its %  Inn..ITH •J l.i.Mrr llronil Mri'i'l YOUR XM4S SHOPPINGMADE EASY AT 'BOOKER'S" '.— --i UK QASK WITH HIGHLY MEOICAUO enCKLET'S KH!". BUB Moflsarv nrr* y. w ( ^ —. si*.,, sues ss> *•_* % %  m -ffPf t 2 U^ ? a — %  •-" — OlTTfl loll \| . . %  heefrtr I nent.i %  r. aa s ''"• A Pan 11 I i %  bat is-ts Mo. .1 ( l4rrauho rir I 'iiv i I'rrlumes— M sin. Anege, ->• .ai Chaa i N. s • Nan *> Meet— 'lid %  I >v h \ jrli-l. uf Virillt t.lfl Sri. (olii|>lin> eir.. ete. LeVeli MraMaa i mpiri> ; %  ... IVrfnni— (.III Kets i. ete. ST ."ll Wll.r SRI V IK'N i Isgejaafaaf** ia pui HI in \ "ISTT AND IB VOUR-SI t> a/5*A/f few MmJ+ f'/f# vfflr MJIHUVH COMPACTS 84c. DUBARRY GIFT SETS 84c, $1.18. $1,811. $2 00 TRINKET SETS $ 5.85. $1043 BBUSB SETS $9.78, $12.97. $14 0" And many other Useful GIFTS BI Reasonable Pi Serial HflrrXMAS WRAPPING PAPER 6 Sheets ( ( ,r 24c. Barbados Hardware Co.. Ltd. (The House lor Barcainil No. 14 Swan Si. ::— Fhone 21119. I4M 1 Ill.l.ihmhl, nl: HOOKERS (Nns) Dill I, STORES LTD. a> % %  • III-;; 1.. II..Ill's 1lnr li-ii-mls mill 4 ..( i> ll.il .ill l. |...i % % % %  < Ills "ill litnosiii on S.iii.i il.i> ll< %  nil.. %  'iT. I!l.2. • I 1 IMH.H II.II.IV II'IIIKIII 1 III. | Special Old Year Offer 15% CASH DISCOUNT ON MOTOR CAR TYRES FROM TO-DAY TO 31st DECEMBER 1952 .-, • -,—-i .-*-, I/I •IN SUM K LIMITED *• Bri>sd ai. and Sprlahuiuwa 575 X U •iea % i liMl in Tue i u ise %  i; Sa x IT Gee x 17 4ee x li •sa i\ts x IS ,',• %  is CM X IK * %  x l *.ee x i 4 x tl QAI \*.i Wh I wi OWNBKI %  ert/l Miur nprirtunltf to be reigr for the ECKSTEIN BROS. 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P W.I U\l I VI si \I>\1 VI.VIM VTI SUNDAl DM t.MBEB 21. Ia in \ writ sioin i\ llj TKIVOII VALE SAMMY LEE WAS OUTSTANDING CONTIh ng and divm,; l Vld -K-' which took i lit* on .tflcmiwiti I went To Iht was of course contlned I %  among ami ad DO) .'ti.nt the attention ..f Mir Worl 1 I havi alrst briefly U • are familiar with the Rial Bill ii-day J have space te %  !• are no' | myself sittr kg mcmWt< of the French swimming •earn and their rupporters and also men Ju-t two rows i rlv lady and as the eight ham* Imtd up for the n200 metre flay I t" %  %  %  with her %  r France. Then as Ihe rare • i >iu and cries of "MI Jean", inaflc the two 34 %  were In the race I and Jean Bernard^! 1 i k up and wave in ogr direction before thi y o 'he watar DM of the ract. The rrancb %  < %  Ihl the race but to* made up en their oppi i came third friend" shouts rrew m< %  %  when they rMtlCSd II* made, idonly frenchmen who %  hausltd wjnen tin %  of the result in my pi the hn7'i*ur died down and it wss then thai I heard MM distinct sound at B'ii'1 % % %  I I could not for the life of me imagine where ihcy were cnnilnr! from or; what anyb--' M want to cry for at such a time as IMS I loohwup SI ihe sounds l discovert i ihey were coming frfim myl tl %  lady SheJiaho *iad dom once IIM8 u orl Japan's BaW a* 400 metre and l irda and u lowered these n i %  %  %  %  %  methyl of After the fiasco In the sprint cytling events it was a welcome than. ,%  .%  n time waj a John qi faetoi In the 1.500 %  %  ample, Jean A on his heal hut did not %  %  net into the Anal beca.i %  ,-'est tunes. %  ..' third ID ani-hittle them down ther heat all I all qualilled. while nohod> in BolJapans Furuhaslu, I have al(eux's heal could make the trade. of. But to see Marshall get beaten in (he After the 200 metre Brea-t He Stroke, for me one of the most ped by both Konno and exciting races in running or wimi imp and in a 50 metre pool mmg, I think the most spectacuUohig. It rlrst got | ai (vent at the pool was Sammy In the stage where they were at j i hili n<> w * i\< I to genuine acroii am event at 1 trapeze 1 BUII he bag been I of the tire aquatic r the end fVPIil bul ihw strikes me aa %  Sssi any mm nseculne %  • >r two press men make .... nodoub. S.-, I %  %  i Up and %  %  %  -i 3Ju*1 '"'Pressed the moat I d RmdUHhl One. H a of this :he Official H : i'l ill-inn i the rtghl >n Ihe i.ii 1 Ihe *prln Hoard di\ the platform for Ihe llir.liho.inl di aeparated from Ihe main pool MI thai dl\lng and ur Water Polo could be carried on simultaneous. Jiad her he id In bet .i the shduldrr of her co m pa n ion, mn QI 'i :MI 1. .ii d ''''i b >dy was racked as ber „ „ heart out' In the most touching these events, Uoitou*, it seems, ,1-..| i, i m net w ** not one of Hu favourites ana compNtnoQ exchange wtl glances o* amusement with the fully eapec-Wd that he could h then gsv %  : • : %  thai tin 1 had pamed %  on %  ;ing in the mcmuOn. He had deter i ee qua:%  Rift l ..(T",\ then thr.t I asked ttH ehp Who Iht hsv wss acting as Interprets! whal '< pectal erTort I ii He .;:. %  mi the blttti of loy" pavc-i Konno a I ed. "st the French team "" iniin ind when k* ur(IU nd the whole stadium. r .•nrr.ini! %  Sli-i sftsr such a gff IsJns him. WM q Prenchrirugsle*. -WellI tsld H Ml '' "'d on with gn I .. lK>n would the have dons ii 'hey hsd city to last out th. won?" He shrugged his should. Alter w.ih-hmg J.-.m push hifsthi I could The vary next day I ha-. Ihe id sniwer to my question In t -nt It wha aa When Jean BolUi: %  *>ttinc in the lumped into ihe pool fi.n% cloth al aft. i hi son had won the WO ha watthi fli rv II relation of nstn Kr.-Style from the Hawsl%  Ian Foul Konno who mlng for tin' %  ( tUan •' lu n ,,ir the 1 not lumped Into the pool, then %  %  good number of the (CHIP trould hai partietuai ttUoUoo, nsve come eloat to doln| • • if ... l.i.itMix Ti'nk her anna Victory well. < Ine • Imagine the strains and 1 with th IN go through when th*) d %  the issna oa cannot And a word about Sammy la>e on of August 1st. c left to conclude was only %  : :; %  %  ur Sammy Consequently Lee Yet I suggest that as the the step* after changing an Olympic Gold Meda'. le day. "*r %  thlttto rr • leading dom exceed* I RBI to repeal M8 success in the aqust cticsUy good-b>. woo that in this par, a .mes he was one "f the most, if not th* the swirataat 1 mos p ..-tslanding pcrtormer Da Costa's — Broad St. Francthad won the i Papn Hoiicux's leap into the pool after one of the most publics l %  th Gsn as For i lyssif 1 cannot say actually when he went had turnsd in Ko must have done so as I when *he *av h. took my syot sway to consult my i %  up h' %  I %  %  %  i Q< I || rneant a murmur from thussitting around ihe iwlmlnt Stsd %  .ii. m ai to realise that he >ic or ins iv %  Where an Inddtnl <>f would haw onUttuad s h OW i imaiement from a crowd me look twiea tsfors l i K.t in \i i that her ad won on*. 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-I'NDAY. Ut.CE.MBUt 21 ISS2 si \l>\\ \li\iil \l I \(.i THIRTEEN SEFTON DELMER MEETS NEGUIB HOW STRONG? WHAT | trmkly raced. leather-".*** tied little man in unifonn of an Egyptian majorgeneral who kj running I day? What. I wonder, did Sir Jar*. Robertson, Civil | K MI Sudan Government. tW liourwilli | wet-k. m-iko of hiir" Su j.imcs ha* had long experience in summing up the Sudanese and the Egy I have no rtlfflrultv in telling >ou some of tl %  UkM have aski as he looked ml i those sharp, twinkling eye* under I low ''" %  cran t M i rop of a b %  Fur I had had | Ions talk with %  il myMlf only the day And, likien) other Briton meeting Egypt's new strong man. O.nrr-I Molutnuit Ncgutb. I had put the-, -elf. "Is the man. u ....r American allies claim, just a simple Egyptian uldfei-. patriot, and fc which practical man, ready to judg** common sense free of I and prejudice"' Can he ed? Or Is he. a, the fnroui I w.uld. have us believe, ju^t another would-be Machiavellian COUld havi double-talk pedal I st whw '"" should I* elii'i pledge is no nor* reliable than thai tht %  election] may tw truly those of his politico predeeoasors? "' %  end independent. "Above nil. hi I m.in That II the object of strong enough to .ntpoac his will emendat.ons to the on the turbulent followers he has ment statute Which have %  brrughl to power with I an?" Coronation Choice Criticized %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  CHARMER A HUT JIM'S view of this 'soldier, patriot, practical man' or TYRANT — ^ln\li is htm friind> t' f 1-iirouk mmlil wNh Briti h : suhim \. ... i did, 111 (act. have ravour of the then W Ui %  ti an help," the .. .aid. Turkey i^ ouiiding M I and all tow* oik. n itlj %  .i ..... t it ivha (eel %  coasultini %  %  %  from wii.i %  %  %  %  i |h" s* leanen or Un But lei Blo< % %  ..-'. %  %  %  tent • %  ind 1 am not going back %  As an afterthought, he added significantly ; "I could not fa ihem if 1 wished to." llUjlj -'lid till I' .., ... ... ictfc d M %  "Liist Hope IT is most vital to find the correct answer to these questions. Not only for Britain and the British Commonwealth ;.ul for the whole Western wnrlfl For Britain Is being pressed to ai.-epl General Ncgulb us Allah's great never-to-be-n-peated. it's-your-last-chance gift to the West. In return, she Is to give up control of the Suez Canal base, which ON lt nth its stores, harbour*, airfields, **•' %  '"' l %  and hand possible Soviet 'invasion "of the • %  '" ln0 Middle East. .irmy. This Soviet Invasion, if sueDelightful au cessful. would not onlv cut off '"" l '""" lPI ,hl "" "' ""tailavital nil areas but open Africa ll,m! navc lo>t >,"". '"",' ,nc to tha Soviet umi and turn the %  % %  hun '' r d ,'' ,' ,f [Link ..f the NATO urmies de'" ll "" h f P<">ds and that the fending I Egyptians are completely ln•'But." say NeguibN powerful !" pahle of look.: advocates. -without Egyptian \" U B Ush food will and co-op,., •"><' *' is valueless a' J '"" •^So take this ohanei H~ d "' not we join the Middle East deMail %  %  nod of the Go' IK MM HI I I Dui m and most engeneral!) general m ,M. i eordhuj t %  ires:— ONI t hecans and divide them fi %  I 0 | money and arms t'l i hit' h ,v,lK n ' support his m lo and ports Is ersential to the""*" withdraw all thai Western world's defence ..gainst f r in > %  *>>" i "" 1 ";""' ':' %  '" %  % %  •* fUttatin* bi %  WP 1 !" eritlcal. • ivi bi frank ith jrou," he %  aid i oava takati %  i %  able iwlitical risk in protTeniiG the Bar t %  1 %  u [hi Impn 'lie taklni up ol bflj %  1 In the %  I ... friendship to USfl %  i-nnted mat. % %  id of Neguib by giving Una what he wants. That will win not only -our side but the whole Middle East. Turn him down and the last opportunity of gaining Egypt's good will has gone. Besides, Neguib is the most tarn. Not a very attractive bird on the hush, is it, for which we are exchange oui Sue/ biro in the hand'.' reasonable man. He is quite ready ^JSuS^%S?M In AccoN %  hit i, th.., ...* K-. h ' added After all. I >.nh their response. Kh eonl'ima with %  to help us out of naoahi IB* ultlaa by rv%  'lie i: .s.noo.ooo of i 1 hnl.ineedi*e to us in Januaiaaa % %  l Bui in-tead of granting this .< M giving my pi example of Britain's good will Social Centre Re-opeus Liven**"l's LONDON centre f" ^:,K,.;n.^ m 'sr",i;i3 >P Pj .. bfl less than he ha'i takM for. ... Xo Easing WH.I.. let me inform you at once, I did not find Neguib at all ready to rAodU) Equally intransigent were members of Neguib%  %  brigadiers, colonels, and Major-. whose coup put him In 1 ) the general looked as sweetly reas nable as ImaaU. And. with a pipe m hi* mouth—he had (Hied 11 with i brokeni up Italian thenwM the British miet. Suez bases. Foi 'j.'i.i'i 11 %  i. ley House Community i followeeoratlaA, Hi fol (hi were provided from i [6.000 Con ... %  I. DM British have em* %  %  -: il.--li.ng queeUonnalre. [equipment. %  i her %  freed '•We have asked them to de. it win not rm ,, Td ,„,, mi(i ,,,, r> o?a p r^!;!e-. h, v:'.. % %  ::::::.,". i WC> % %  NO Reltirn IF you think II II %  ol tlM Buas-Cai wUI 10 IB i cnlng instru< tori to train oirT'jnA r re ready lo use help of the 00 the enerrright-hand man ,1,^. fighters In joint manoeuvi ih the it.AF in Egypt. eommlttoe—the MlliUBtaUn ,. t more auoaUO 1 I our Tin 1044 :. V IhC H 1 I 1 .: And %  Frankly _. -nuld call It—that onci%  Kremlin Uncle -i2£, '^"M'""",*'!^ Thl; •" ih '" % %  < %  H 1 detonce ol the Kiddle 1 -,1," '" negotiaCu na P sc-. For it I Of the Milan Neguib said .. -,,.., "The proposals I have made in ..\n lllll( ,,,,„ „ What N'OW? n I 1 t N. % %  to I he British Cov. '"'" %  ""'* both m kitrallta tar that. A y w' with the Russrans as impractlealy it is the opinion of the I le ittil pi In the t -1 %  %  him, the nun .v.i'W' ii when the who eie alreadj plottlnc the next %  "iand the British talk COUP. Of the,,:, and what they mean • i !" p < to v.u an-: ATo' I %  iai 'VIM o. in are not full IhC ; for negotiations. They havi •(read by me with th political parties in the Sudan. A V and I Intend to slick by them. „ (l..:.. I % %  ti m The %  Iptlon il %  Look at Gen9C. provU< ih. ^L\ fallli .1 %  %  old Brliii 1 ttringing him on with their los negotiations." The Council of Ui hopes, arith it Improved ii I youth movement for %  1 i IR. 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C\i.l nil KTI l.s l SOW \H\ 1 ummnidrt-in-(h|r( of Hi. Ilriit-K \m% in 111* 1*14 1* war. dird In 1*211 lodaj. ltn (-*i*tioii a valutai.f i-slraet. freaa hiprivate pap* re and dlarw* . lll.rif I > • %  > I ir In I* found 'he .-'ury of the • —*—' gag. Though rise may lack In* pith -"•a an., of Ird Stan nop*'* lhat book, • mind of a man hn death 'land out toler"-> art indeed er.r amec %  Txlinr iMaMjaj of these papers n personal because "i-i of the writers character which have Mdden. Tonguetie*} Asqulth i..failed Haul "tongue' Maura mttth* pxlitlclans lay in the, 'Dry could argue • rase net Hut ha* gifu of espcesMon were certainly not liubbed I tr, jac his brisk and evidently %  nour than is often sup* d his description of toe I "n, as a laaull • r-nce campaign. rat t a-t •, ratal France Marsha] Joflre a c h-Oi ft a. of lemonade or %  beer ii deUxr •* %  strangely an, ere .,„ those who he mod thlnis of life. After the epi-^ie when the Army stapiaUy arrested T £ Smith the future Lord Chancellor BarkenI Ig U chiefly with lb* Id bi.iidy i %  than he appeared on the surface. He ni Towards a politician, for when Asquitk stayed with him in Prance be wrote A pleasure tc I .vtog old men Mi the novas*. So aaau esng and kindly a. Squabbles, He MI —atspoken comments e Uoyd George, Lord rU-xheran -no Sir John French, who comn.anded the I j-edillonery Force that went to France sn 1914 Eve: llaig had slender opportuniti's for judging — u written efl .. %  an old woman." Anyone who has a nodding :ri the event* of the 11*14-18 war is far the feline squabbles oC the Britl*h gMaralk Asqulth perhaps used a truer word when he r. sligaled IbeN bickerings as aer" Mighty offensive" were two words used by Dr. Johnson to %  nt of parsons. These disputes among the generals, where loyalty might naturally IKexpected, merit equally severe DOBMMBf Tne surprise of these diaries French generals tne reserves at Loos and Passcnendaele — his i • %  i i i '• amplifies, though it does pUOliShea. ShOWS -.arterly app: .** ir. Duff ii htilhtutiH'iis when £*•** The editor naturally makes play H igs fears about French -.o-ala. which u pnm Ike key of Um ^ „^ ujld tally U wastd > oaSE-iTlwKSSr %  Iht aarUer book.. -h." Vt^^",: %  Raaarrs ho-rvar. ma, raise %  •• !" n.^J5i J*"£ e y bf v i t when th,> come to two icreen nu of Half—again on the Usually, thtae are shown — by ROGER FULFOKD <* Sir John Fr> .. .,. „,,, ,.?f*t*'"* J '^! h '." U "L'!l .V "" **"' '"" !" > l15. he Mid Tne Army u itaUc N-va.o war L~r.it* m^ :d be practically conperlloua far ihr ..a^,. .; trollad from London* and "There role, proepertor* puahine . no grm: acope for French to ajew territories of nordaerT. ,o wronr Bui it -.here waa no Artaaoa and Kt California AIKI %  Mat acope for a fresh mind to m those days of the maddk to harm, there wn likewiae no ;*'• there aeesnad Ut!.. treat scope for a fresh mmd to hooci rriors and pake lo flood In otheworlu. the faces settjinfl down lo work m harMa~-M4i must be loucht eisemany. ** important Arrencaa inoustrva a_, %  d 5*** OD,n, t proaasasaeae, youns; g waa sorely tried Nava.o ri*r^-wtTa year OTM Birtar.aAj. Kassssfhaa*! BSaT* as>>ea-ald BsjCfasart .--;,,_ a M m sUipla as tat natm b er a word of English—*re hard at lord George's A wiiw i n fc Tlnu work on highij skiiled jofaa. The, sstttee who asked h*m. "Do project was the Uying of *e miras te the round *•—"• % %  — *-' peti-oarutn ess nstmlr* t+~— \x STOMACH PAINS We'll soon have that better H ." use tha round cannoo 'pelroieum flas pipelxe from r taut It H dlaqu.. %  %  J—New Mexico, to Topocft he aeema to have absorb 1 aoaa California boroer the prc-Jiadlcoa of the barrackAbou: "too miles of the route, and -bout civilian life a % %  ••really ouflnt lo haee pasaed trom to build the rieeejaary pumpinfl doue-htv tke Army wtth the Duke of Cair.V-'-or.. law a^dun „_Z bndast and Sir Badvcn Bulket. Rear>-Uor. 11 that Haifl was ^-., nhter in theso bailies — .or*"if*" *" *• Radvcr. BuUer. times on hi. own aeeouaL *-• <**..*""?*•" ,-*2*r; heii'^T*?* 0 ""* C ~ M A cretul readln, of aU the •**** o€ 7 brave', rteatad J cre, ,t inna, jno., inat hr T,re "i commer.t> "Sao -Mm lo obtain > %  "?\,,.• ,"VeaJonT = •" eduamtion-ao cHedJIN. for the recall o, French in ;*•*. .— ••"*• — '?^' eouncU .flreed-prcrfu,, ; ^puThia^he,^ roL-ciT. S£"S "r^e Trust him.he had and has— taught to buddmg Pri .., k j ^^ • yj'" *^ e atari and admirers. le "„ ompleted. Haig waa not among them. Mr. He ww delighted to find mat T) xhtM .^ u w.ilmgly Blake t-o. that until the Baale"* **"" %  ' th / l _* lor '-rsl iob waTtc of Loos in the late Buminer of ^ cernnieodable dislike of. fin4 su aVient interpreters wht 11 Haig oil Of friendship and PoUt-cians. but he does itot seem c -^ !d hm train *nd then direct loyalty kept hit views to him•" h v ••• ">t ,l ** only the the .Navajoi in iheunew tasks self This is not correct He had dislike of the liberal politicians Meanwhile, schools for Inalroctlni rej^atedly expressed them to the "* tl naPP"^ '" %  in o" 1 at 'hese rcvruiu In ele. nna [person who really counted— *•"' :irne __ *"< %  qtateklj King George V Atqai'k'ft Act In August. 1914. just as the nEF Here about to sail, he told the Kjng that he had "doubta" frthe su^2rr^l.il ^aa G^ae "bttterly. 1? secretly. aIheX had neve, dreamed of. and lb rLl^w itik -^ MUdBiil .Mori many or them had .iiulifled to S, !" lITSa."! nt ^.rT, h -"..lo* % %  . %  -ild their own with thei DUE TO INDIGESTION atACa. PAIKI lraJlattlOXl By ..LEAS fULAKD >MACH roa asi ...-*...* %  i-,... %  -i dws iLiiaUiaslly •asasd lsrm.ua. Oaa s i (he trow* of oe 1U1 Keaa \ .' %  •%  '. f. lac-Jy i-S. F9(. SPOTS, RASHES, BURNS 1 IRRITATIONS, GERMOLBSE taafavTdf a tzuch-htalt m mard txm*. Bad %  -T ALSO IN TABLET FORM L*dV^ !---'• r SOU •utJIIS MACLEAN • ft AND Stomach PowdaV I, M. B. METERS Rrtdt'lown —rUrbadna out. dspretiad. e* I --* or two • day af %  w,!i ee ck>y a restora loti p the v*vole nervous tyit^m. ictjF n lo-; '.as row against l*r met .riiii.on ltd remember, gticafsst Teaat Wma H sipscu; • >sljsbi aftar illsa BBVicRW the time. The VeisJiti Many people will feel that for opumistac expectations < Haig to appl> the epithet cur "ide to Uoyd George is scandalous. The Navar* proved amaringlj The editor does not improve adept at leutning lo handle tools •ays but history upon HaiK Readers of this diary will ; %  i men aU treat. The decision was Uken nt a curious moment when Kitrh ner, the Sccretar atate for War. was temporarily out of the country, and Asquith. UM Prime Minister, waa ; %  %  : %  \ always said thai the recall Frem h was "tntirely my own la •• hardly correct "5f7 L '"" ".", ",".. ". %  """• !" because the Kim rn.de' uphu y 11 "" 1 "• '•>• "'"">' L ' d ""', It is unqe to Ihink lhat th. mind to Icll Asouith everything '"' ^aTeelng to its publication. tf jn Hf.ithers -.f '."fne of toe w>unr Ihan he ha I he'ird ro _'^(J There Is naturally much material „„.,. about French No ImDartleJ /or lnc P'otiactcM i ..mcs of the 0(lcc donned war-paint and the observer can doubt that thuT was military commentator, in these war-henddrcsacs of cafllrsfiiththe reaaon why Asouith someI""**but ""' wl " ol row >rs and rode out with tomahawk what suddenly madjlh. clurnye !" lleT by l>-inc shown with all j ami scalpinfl knife to smbush Cut.,, of Hal, mSTht TuaST y " vlrtu *"< 1 %  ""'• %  • Mn %  that he was the architect of his *" or n i n own advam-ement Tn %  • %  •' %  P aDfr r ioufU* .„ j llaut. IfU-Ult. rdlld b* Rebert n. % rc r . Blake (Ere and Spolliswoode. On the lario controversial 25,, — issuea with which llaig was ton' W O,.D COFYBICHT RMravio nected — ln a relations wfth tho --laaLS. .'i. ..11 An I %  cavalry traap. Rut no iraec of pasi violence clour emaslnB. In lag '.'. %  t 1 no indigcnnir: laitle and both European and E-i-t Indian breeds have been impor.cd by Ihe more progressive and wealthy e late I ipaan *ttle seldom did well ;nd tross-breeding naturally OCQUrad. BOBM ol these crosses have proved l>etter and more adaptable to conditions than o'hers. In Jamalcj. formation of a new beef breed, called JUIIHHJ Bad, with Devon. Red Poll and Zebu blood, i now in progress and the -.pon of cioa. Iliad bulls to South and Central America 1* quite a Hour 1 J.I1 INK businoM. "The development of what one may call a tropical dairy b tad has probably progressed further u n <• with greater success In Jamaica than in any ptlM say* the article, referring to IbC recent development of another new breed called Jamaica Hope. a cross between Jersey a n c Zebu. "In Trinidad and British Qulj:,.i." it .idii--.. %  %  I hava been tricl Jerseys, cross-bn %  been so successful, and though the first cross another lype comparable to the B.i r ensures BRYLCREE.M keeps the hair •oft. lustious and natural-looking all day long BRTLCREEM s^jgW contains no gum, j^. • oap, spirit or %  ., starchit gives life to dry hair lalat v^: — BRYLCREEM controls the hair without excessive oiliness \ustto^ s JA. klaeen ,/lmong Khars' "The BOVBB 19 a c:ir wilh those liidilen values I Sat nlial (o pleu\urnble l.inh.l in...." O Smooth Riding 'J Imm.'iculale Interior • l.iixuriouN Comfort # Kconoiuicul a*a-*^iss^ra. *-SSrf--* pu ';; "www0ttS* %  -../ All these are points uorlh nolini; when roniiderins; purchasinu a car above average: a ear that will larra pm far Into the future .... ^WOVER Toush! C'unipatl! Uuili fur hard labour on road rule, i" Held . The l.and-l{n\cr is a Tractor, DeTivarj or Tnwinu Wasjin, .Mobile Powar l*lant-in one REDMAN & TAYLORS GARAGE LTD. Will your hair lasl a lifetime? *:% There i. o:i'.v %  ansjf hiif, gjfed %  Bat atom i* hair ItcgMrj nsr Ii luipita'naji aatafas. I aaenit bptopaiiyaatalaBad. 1 %  ry half grows from a rit cmhedde.l in ihe .Wain. Ta ihe root tuiv t;.>.l Mg*rls bring n<> lr-.sihsn tNorganu vubMance. which Linn luir pffDtaia, Iliv isuhsun.ci sre ihe 1 II d upplyfsth.ihe biir bacocaai dull, hlclcss and brittle. Finally ii begin'. f> tall out JctJ tr<*m Matrvation THREE DANCERS There arc three very common way. in which your I 1(' %  J mpnl) can Ixcut thon. I Ihi vtl-foJiKiit //i'ih/i ta year ( %  WriMiii aw/r casraVas *-C-P J f ^"f<* ohttkatiii ai 1*. >** %  •*. %  .I a/ kji' tviri tfminl mndgrtt; r* % %  V 1 'JinJ oruyaa( M w*N>xi.ie rwtamt iMfrirawia 10 mm a//.** fc*fw M'/v e/<, leil-Wtal an;, oW> lifM of %  U hat ran hr Hun-7 i'p wilh a lonk .mien i J.mdiii.1 and work wonders for Iht v. Jp ..rcuUtion Bui the main problem remains: how M bring cura noun.hiiacnt to the hair roots? Ml 11. BBd OBgf Sil.ikrm, tivrs the complete awn r. For farsMi a blcnJ offfj ttophanc.cisnnciyn'tine .nd 1 e other 15 natuul uhBaa vit.il (..r hair health. S101. tn is 'he liair'i natural f n 4 1 % % % %  .. 1. ..in mat ttaged 1 :i %  inJupeachlc lor men and t. rniincd lo huv| a fine head of hair. n,iy s,i, laWa IgaSgjT If you are .uffenng from se\xre dandruff, sreasv scalp cr filling hair, you aiwii use a course t>t Pure Stl.ilnin 'ITstn: 11 noother product in the world like it. For let* serious cases. Silviknn Hatr Tonic Louor.th< id.*] daily trejtrnent And Sil.ikrin I.IIOK with Oil is the 'nghi-wyl;' dressing for ,.:\ vr> "I %  %  '' ,VI P** your liair a hand>nie. healthy %  ppea.-in-x, a wall-dressed, tutur.-.lsx*.ancwl>nl!ian 9 a-.J 11' Shvikrin (j ThI HdRSHAIUHALKKJD 1 Can you lake a hint, Daddy? II Miu'vr taken Ihe KidM* K. B llunte shimi-o^"tlien I 111 -lire .tnc had the whole dor* of wail* I --te arr a feu of the fascuullnM 1 rnys pl'tured below! • Fellow .hmrs rldlnc the MoboToT-Cjrle uithrrmov ahle H.fety wheels: Horseman belowis jusi one of asar IreaAore of amuslna riaatie Toys. < in hi 11.it imi mesl pla> • lime Moho t^au>-Deefc Ifee the artloi. R eauty below Is Ihe Maho Merr> -fa-RaunaV Fun for one er twa. pall It around—kff easy sa ato. Real play lime campinions the Mobo Toy* make' and these are only a few— er Ihr lomplrlr inlricainc ranee al K. R. HIS 11 g ~i. Co.. Ildi: I ea*e*r Ma



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PAG* SIXTI;E\ M \im \I)\M< ATK -IM1W lll( I MIII.K 11. IMS DAVID LEWIN'S Spottufct MAKES A NOMINATION _, Miss Peek-a-Boo —now there's a girl with flair ;%  light burns until three in the morning in a Chel.-ea itOdlO rl 0 Tf DOf'tWOMI ut happened ye.slerduyiIt kg Joan QninNi staying up UllnCi readliu. rradtiiK pi-'V • N N Why HUM MOM whoa Ota*, film, and TV produo | %  i* dashing mund with h: I • %  ot difficult ? IVmp*rament to tease ? I say neither and i reason in the i ilirmr word of tlie week. FLAIR That the Greenwood Hair, and it iMt feline pkl %  pal she ran %  • %  i wards'" ITS UNEXPECTED MY FAMILY COULDN'T GET ALONG WITHOUT GENTLE, DEPENDABLE ~>!?SL PHILLIPS! riM UOP up %  xpec In %  ii rhinestone earrings and w -nig -MS 1 r lluir ... :o%iak< :. • ml 10 rush over 10 lielp Dor / 1. All; tor knowing a hen 10 change i unr Ho, alter a TV parl.iv %  1 Doll's House"— and aurr sucreas—with < demand from the BBC to rrpea' II /In' afti* aski 1'nla, Somrthinn nrir. plftue.") I LAI ft lor rinding her own private disappearing for n inuple o! davs l Christmas and playing a rk>an ::nltnoan !o anvone* in .1 The other day I saw Joan Greenwood 'D u fllm made in France —" Mr I'l-i-k-u-Boo.' %  Fiuir strain WU-i In a quaint Mark-cat rosiiime .rglar. n-i flair helps to put over the fllirfi di'iighifui idea—about a man who walks through walls. Her own flair tor fun bubhled over when sht found that attet the French ftbn nun had the idea Ihev realised tnef coukln manage 'he clinical inck* Thr> had to aend tor F:i. All these Greenwood aascu are t miUM Hair, wlorh is not as common ,sinew as many th.nk fur distance, when H*X llisrj'.e^ n-pr-fed 5UCCeuIUl West Bnd that people lound memsetiies paying two or e the \me material. IT'S NOT OBVIOUS It isn ,r !'.: %  11: M.mlvn Monrae to become the mouthpiece tor obviouilv siudio-wi.p'O sivemfk*. Ijtteat: "I lwart iinore TalBc 1-gh's When vuu have seen o-^c toil have seen them all Joan Greenwood doe* not make uch mistake. N rut she never trades sotehr on one o! her disfl qualities-ihs* curling. heguilUK Not doing the iihTiiut th"ig-'na' '00. is flair. London Express Servioe 01 Ai k 1 M 1 itdh NO ALIMONY FOR MISS HAYWORTH .urn H yworth*i Isww, ...iy Burtley C. (.'turn. aftssr „ i,j( tiny.. Ill (Chan's representative, Charlee .rein "Th.detailg of the sep1 .ition ugraetnciit between Aly Kb,-in nnd Pita wilt never bo known," Hut I rarviivr some details: 1.—A trust fund guiir.inte.,1 l>y the Agu Khan will provide fourve-r-old Ytrjrnine with mi annual income or MMI dollars., 2.—Rita is to have "custody .,1 KasmlM while Alv rgjpjlns the right to visit i er as often as ho lik.-s and to take %  or to Europe tor an annual holl'•v.. 3.—Rltt abandon all claim* mimj nties agree ."•inn SUtan to each other's 1 -iiv. 1.. After Rn iud* M II HM t t" ** '" IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLDI At on olkoluer lor neurro'lring eaccti ltomoch acidity ond relieving the poins ond diicomforts of ockf-indigestion, Milk o( Mogneiio, a product of Phillips, is one of the fattest, most effective known As o •oiotiw, Phillip! acts genii/ ond thoroughly, without griping or discomfort, and -'ilhout embarroinng urgency. Phillips tones up the entire digestive system ... is the ideol antoeid-laxoh.e for o the fomilyl Get Phil ips today! Liquid or Tablets MILK OF MAGNESIA -"•-H" PHILLIPS BED ff^ w %  Christmas ^Present MORE HOURS OF REDIFFUSIONENTERTAINMENT STARTING SUNDAY 21st DEC. .mil ( tatssssjlai through I9S1 111 extend its SERVICE BtmiiATa FBOM fi.t.'i \.M TO 10.SO PM ALL DAV -\TIHDAVS FROM 1 M I.M TO II P.M. XII DAI Movim -Ttl iimm fj fi.so \M. TO test '. r \. 1 rt nrrwrr %  Pi I,. Oggigol se I'M o*o-ae*e THE BACKGROUND TO EVERY GOOD MEAL IS A GOOD STOVE FALKS IS A GOOD STOVE Make your Kitchen really efficient M with a FALKS KEROSENE COOKER Three Burner Two Burner One Burner and Table Models in the shades that match your Kitchen TRUE SPIRIT OF GIVING



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-l\in\ DECEMBER i I %  ". • si M>\\ MlViH Ml rn.i MM j Christmas I brings a boom \in LACE frta IREIt RICHARI PAMIS L ACE ts the WoourtU farts 't the pre Christmas thirties It It % %  aus crtnvltKin halt-lenm'I destyii*. A'\l tli> ->rj are either P %  pattern nppea i b icfcf ran. b. •f Mac* are fovoiirUe Iftone. %  ; Btggsjnj Mom a Ma •ir.itu mountc-t on •idle The deep offthoulder blue-. knotting ^ %  glO ~ Mr. PEET DOESN'T FOOL ROEDEAN by WILLIAM HAMSHER MERLIN. Th I S INCE he walked out of his Job as Reuler's rhle! Berlin correspondent to go over to the But German Communists two yeart ago John Peet has travelled 4U.000 miles all over the Soviet zone, he told me last night. Why does he travel ? To give talks RI meetings In of Moscew's %  • peareright campaign %  %  t..n *.\nm 500 yards or tie bound*.. < vet ahioh he •talked to go Krd s. tun aee •uy (or I i twft:. m*atd "That .red to H strategy outpos; o! He -. off Later den I,.adust 11. i iron Cum %  %  in Report, jmi coo once a I Circulation ri^.lE ftUBl ol th' I -at n • i UM i %  as a reg HI i iMl \IM ro repor aha* is happening in the Ea %  Circulation Of in* Dam I i .ratwr *r> smile. oa' | %  ay clren aU-i I 100 I %  I> D era Import |Jt :o F ui Commonae.i I Trade un.in branche* U* •shoo I On. n send n* and i I in %  German Report r,fdi miv 1 hope lot %  i PeU And i ma Iraq *r girls' onschoii at Bngta 1 Me enough < %  lah p-oplr. a %  M Double radon S un ion illlr i .' I>IIH • ll rver hi* WrUern %  % %  ptU < t^LLwks SANDALS J$r fro & tojU#p~JlrrfiM4tdrtH> look for this lobe) COMMONWEALTH TO ACT IN COMMODITY PRICE "EMERGENCIES" Ihr fii.shiimnhlr tltmtlllt u r,n H L...I**. AUC auuau s co %  IU RUNAI.ll BOX M i Mubbcr LONIXiN. The poll Ifnaian raw modity prices, and Men nib quenl (all, was one if the < factors in the sJarmlng detertonition that took u in the stcrliiiK UWi peyio lion. The high income from the ri'c of sterling commodities en | primary producing coil strong demand fa Imports And Al ^^ (iilI!:< M i;lT „..i thia demand cotlUnued von when prices llUB %  %  M> below the Korean boom. The result, fa Commonwealth CoUl •uddm tr.itisfnnn it. .. in IheLl extcnial pidQ&tntl po I one of healthy surplui u well-nigh disastrous dellclt. And foi the sterling area, as a whole, it mean) an enormous decline In hi M i v.s. which continue the first quarter of thtyear, the i remain, In all but one wall above I rirruBeeeaa I.,.-. K."i MM a-rtr* rrtti Level js tc %  I sa *• %  The decline in the tfol.i '*""'' '" w has been halted and reversed, but > eaaei UM %  atpertence lefl iha -iimg area in a severely veal A return to 01 irj pohciea and lM im"• "" ports helped to averl that seemed inevit.iblt 1. year ago. ltut tin themselves, cannot previ tition of the extreme price fluctuTJ* Commonwoallli Prim. S eSraaW who I CriS "g; sat.on scheme, were suggested lor What is needed now. at the "• iwnnei tm aM robber U wu th eatieuaiCommonwealth Prime Minister* dstfnaging i lauon an to who led theopi>. acknowledged ea.lv in t'.. \ "Th !" fL-" don economic conference. U some Hu k atsiicf 0rr effective price stablllf..rm nf agreement— pref.-tair"> into nn tnteniatloaal bash • %  Ct It will be necessary U3 ere high. WORNOUT a measure of stability modtty prices. u muni down the attitude of mutual : A comparison of tilling and dollar commodity | have moved since Ihe 0 war in Korea throw* Interesting light on the problem thai Commonwealth leaders. The following table shows how %  Red celling ana (|on lnfll preveiu s BfJ t^mmodiwhonever producers and i t v at) together t<. talk abou' iut quite anotb i it Price %  i unalil* I* %  •ffc •b I. rauM ol -l..-,Wr <>,.,,... in the maantli %  iiotiwealth countries have I rled to e'tabUah 00* "• (-_ --. ..ll^L.-.v ll-l But %  %  set in motion al Ihe first the price' of the sterling be/i main dollar-earning eonme . h J3 u ?S Map>roacnlnf"•^ei*ency-.Th u rose after the outbreak of wa, "" b collective action the CommonKorea and declined durii prevent^ repesubsequent re.. |UIIrtain prwt level „.„,„ ((f the % %  ^_ -. -.—, In the caw of wool iroae as a result ..f the postCommonweelth pro Korean coRimodrty boorn rrt. P>ak rm* pi %  lumi— \..\.s. USED TO DREAD WORK UNm He Lest Ike Pmimt m M$ Arnee No wonder this DJM areaflad < in* to work, for rhsnmaUo palm la his arms rcada it torture to on them. Tel to-day h fn Btter thao ever and wore la a plaeaara. aa be U1U ID bis Uttea i "I bad beea anfferlnB from maumatlsm vary badly and had aucb palae la my arma I "^f 6 *'' knew bow to oaa tbam Than I was told to try Kroschsn Halt*, and altar using ona bottle a lound rallef So, of coorsa. I have kept oa with It. am now taoroogUf bettar aad hava noTar fait acTflt for yaars I oaed to faal miserabia and slogglah. bot now it. u a plaaaora to work lostead of a dread."—8.B. Ths palna asd stlffnaat of raaamatlsm are usuallr C B ^ i.v depoilta or eicnee ur tbemuscleaacd joint*. Krusrhao a*lmu:aiaa tha kldwya anJ otnar intestinal organs to regaiar healthy action so that " tne exoeas uric acid l> aipellatl ihroufh tha na'ural £***••Wawnthat goes, acbos andi paiae to too. rreehnaas and lgour ere reatored If yon axe trouhlwt *'.tb man%  auian gi •our-elf. Ton *.an get It from a.1] CbemlsW aad Stores. Uekeyi •ul al otdar. \UMry, \ •Mo. k..)f-.i IV %  MMKMia <• %  •( %  • I ftaewa .-). i..-" Hw blaad. WUn Hwi In). lU ..ii-m hr-omaa defr*** %  '"' % *"••"• a !" 1 '• ..I raun and mitrraMt Than i* Iha tan. la lata IUI. K-imy IMI. WMlan I hour lladdi Marl U Ulp Iha kidivoi •Viin -.. Ihcta hararfJ %  •*('• Sawi -.,.. %  all in' l-lm, m ala t-..W tnarf.i-t ,~, Bi b.— I,.l Ihe irnum, I Wlrl KM !" (Mil I lar I.,,. batlU >l .11 d>ut ttaxa. m V> YEASTWE Dodds Kidney Pills AGED AND MELLOWED to corns to you as tks Ckms og (peJtfectio/i — The Only Pain Reliever containing Vitamin B, stftMcan I NERVE I-1INS CO.OS CHILLS Ml RHEUMITIC ^ta^s^^jsaa YEAST-VITE If you are iuffnng from a Cold, (Juli, Headache or N-t.I'.m 1 NST-V ill be ovenoyrd st ihe^ diflerenor it makes to you. Your l'n,( old, or (iiill lymptorm *ill quickly disappear, and you'll lss| e* M much benrr. KEUEVES TOUR ^AiN and Mi rou fill *vat i There'i no'hing clve like IK the i ONLY p4.ii reliever mains %  ri 11 a "uppiv of TO DA* I Tiui'i the bet "iy to get quick reI bef and feel better, loo f %£. Jhc Shandy iked mads Qoqnjou: (anwiLa W naBUI BBwa MMtl wwttWgi^g


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I'M.I I II.IITF.F.N SUNDAY \HV(, -I \[>\\ 1)1 I I MHf.K 21. 1K2 Some Of Those Women Would Scare The Children (The} Certain!) Frightened Mo) (B, iimnn BAXTER %  %  si rung m the dark omlng H %  %  |( Dominates %  %  %  that I i %  nothing i %  :, • Douglas OHOM* trail of lha Queen. I %  %  I supposa thut aul< : having %  %  bout it i ol ihal %  of rnuuVi eharan 11* % % %  roung woman who Inland that %  >he walks. Dignity mn oi vi portrait, ami II tha reflcclK 1 UN %  Queen's i and the bach of bar head just turnad an %  md ii quhM nignity in a portrait ih-i would othi any claim to restraint or subtleWith ex. uaablf showmanship i idnar 1 portrait ol t %  TIM M lurned 1 %  %  %  %  %  i is also in %  ! %  Bui -nil Manna %  • : p*>t •4 I'h.l., [..h V|tK A %  %  s. why i llikll ll i>f chhmlrj HI i %  I On i M nn treat* < : II Kh the utnor Stevenson had re] duccd thai portrait %  %  ;.ve resulted i inH, capresouthiul face could %  Jdier who bather he was of Soulh. In The Moonlight .•>u*ly an1 ilntlni 'he Lord Mayor ( Uverpoug. K. Cotton). It portrait but a A i ship Is In his %  11 relurned i nn I nit hough hla ba Illuminated gsnllghtAlder%  of an en* i i hooNl which %  %  %  .. ,Un'nlic Liverpool touch. His tytn Is Itlnsj clown in that %  ;..•.. .huh ever) wife feel? %  I en delivered. .'. th much 1 i a three n foui palntlngi which K'ip ,n <* ti return t" them '..-.. I .. %  -tare nt nothing;. Her r.Migh fur j.nk.' I.r U Rl a a i which mikht br> ..:; \ ni.iin; the .in> Lefl Wins; woman of In* 1 may be m.iiigmng %  i me. Ibsen Woman at* Howard Somvrvilii* anotbei roung woman htt n lha children. n dark hair, dark eyes and waari •< dark shawl over .* dart dreai All this glvea strength long, tltpoaad neck. She U li>ngs to Ibsen, to the world of i ranking i ..until house. (ike Vjera. was not i >f I V.tHU> COPYRIGHT PJBKRVBD lYff. Housing Experts \ isii UoiniiiH-a %  -. %  and Mr. I> eer. arrived m i >• %  day. Thc> hare been aaug %  • bean ComrmsMon U Point IV i have aided Qovt i ous colonic-. iiicludiiiK i Trinidad m n their housing projects. Dr. Garcia and Mr. Hanson have begun a tour of the Islands to discuss housing problems and to gath* • inn conditions in the* On INaaadar lha experts. vMta I various pi conditions and pro •using. On W< they were invited to %  Oh Ba nrd ol Dti Dominica Building nation al which tin .mswered OB hot bv th-< IU>ar>l They spoke to a |nr.. gathering on Tnw tha aid ad atif*tM tern. Mr. Hanson spokt ihc poorer elane. !l %  w building bt %  l>v the alda %  ..:, !:., • --.I 'in there of the eorol stone In Dr. aarcti next da ed self-help system, pointing out iu advantages, which include production of more houses li i llllir .11 | li.'.MDi Oarda and Mr. n i i. it) d the ust of nideu | in building hoUM.is in-in what they hat during tneii ihnrt atai U %  in need of mnny mori %  nd bolU i I They both announced Iheir %  Domlnka to gtve al nanavoi ment Invited them. Mr. Hanson an I Ml Vlondav hv ihe (Inmt.in ItfeUlfad to one who will appreciate it all the more LADIES' DRESSING TABLE SETS An assortment oi styles and colours to suit all tastes. Priced to please at $8.08. $8.30, $10.74. $14.39, $12.81. $20.33 and $24.47 Genls Comb & Brush Sets at S2.52. $3.93. $6.00. $7.02 and $11.04 CAVE SHEPHERD A CO.. LTD. 10, II. U At I* BROAD STREET A MAFFEI SUIT tUJr" THESE SOLDIER-SCIENTISTS S TUDY FOR ATOM AGE WAP hv tiortion Ihthnurt %  DUVaWHAM • Berkshire). T HE first Huy.il visitor to the Military College ol Science. Prince Philip. provwi. d 0i* brlefoat description ol its lunctlons when he siiid last week; "An aatebUgbmenl whu-h leaches scWnce tu soldiers and. at the same time, soldiering to %  ebmtlgtg, \M 0 ubsoluUnecessity" The long. \ov eoHege buildings stretch Uk< ilngirs along tbt Vait >t Whlb i ... ol tin' 700-acnin inf Army U drauinn a s;edy supply ol noldirrmsnm any Aiom-aae n,ir n . ... | n s i tin m little more than %  Nearly 300 >-oung onVers %  oaH trash irom Bandhurst and some old enough to haw ng at the end ol tle :*r— m lafcmn eoui Moat of them mil ewm uti.veiiegreaa. Tao old but brightiv poiisiiea lira*ca-inon near the i 10 the lcadquaner block are a reminder thai the ro'.leae is a milltarv lnsUunon aith a Tiiajor-K, neral as its cooimandai No parades M lilt. MILITARY COLLMiK O* NCIriNCH. I.lrot -colonel Kohin frVtchrr IrlU sUdents about a (•ersoan Unk. But the n>in:na".dii!i Mu): general B. C Data) Rojri Ki.tt.neers, believes that the bast urmospliere for ;lie soldiero lesrn .n n 'liaiol the %  . Tttere are no military parades and lllile eeminony. In Becket Hsll oltlcers of (lie eolleae meet under on uain'u&as lent bv the Tale cij'.ery and lamous regiOieota nua arrv:ng %  I'brary. 40 yards long, wliere vudenu work w th books %  wheresecret report* *i< Annul* Mudenu in tha %  %  niiiiilx'r ,,( .viidv at toe college Jame* Ixiw. a 31-ycir-old Ucoi. and 3l-vear-o'>i l RobertK from Wr OII-MIKC'Mare, had been sent bj emit ron1 -!ruction dim for a %  course "Normally e are back-room boys, and It la a %  us to be bengg I Ml Low. A slrariKc feature of this college Is that Uie tearhei mutt learn alongside Uie pupil Commonwealth men Prolen^or ing orar a solve problems that defy nna kno* of ih latest development* n Uie apeebl nelda we >tudy A ilitcoverr dial might not change the text-books of an ordinary university for 10 veam could lirtng a cliannv liere in a week In another lecture room Di '• O Lambe. wearing :i blitck gown, instructed a r cla" in ,' %  :,. I .. r i. d.ans and mi \ > .imong tle offlceni silting at daj u In the hangar.s are tank> ma and machinery. Leading a class which erawUd outlaavd dcriiwn I'anarrlager, was Lieu:-nant Colonel Itobm K let < her Ainung hi* puplb ii< Captain H L M King, of tlie Canadian Army. Head of all this aWfl 'Inl>eiui I'roffwsor O (t Button. Scholar of Jesus College, oxford. mill ijoetor of Science Wearing a tweed Jacket in his ma ntfice Prole*o; ^ald: "Only onie in my life have tney go: me inio umlorni iind TEH> EAR TAX IIOLIDA Y ? KINGSTON HOW An artlcla puiiii-hcd ba UM -tatinR that ipoeed to offar a Iw-yam s i rkoudaj" to now li ... hag n Kit-.: -, .'.iii-iTit i |ba QovwrnaMgiL iif howavai thai tha I Council is now con I i %  I wiih a i iiif i ai then Uiey lonrst to glee me anv rank %  W iUi this college, wb reolly a university, the Amu have leap-frogged over the other two Services. We liave someth.ng liere that all the world mav envy. The Army Coum-.: have kepUieir word, and thO • who teach also have UflM to Nor U the scientu*t-aoidi< %  .un'hlng but lough. The Col-eic ha* a oral-class rugger sidv .HQiuudi. tennis, arcltery and other sports are provided for and -hole golf course la betr* i '>U1KT -scientists _. "Ilieir motto, which means %  Wilt now the causes ol things," wahroadly translated lor me bv a loung ofBcei tis. "We kno* vervthlng." lie said it as II lie. at leas'. Iwliered It. VVOKU) COI'THHUIl KKHRRVBD Y ankers ATAICO Station, Eajj;!*Hull Sol M I lulls J lie II..' %  %  I: Hi JM|They'll 13> It IM.IV I IIIK HERMANS THE KIND OF WORKMAN WHO NEV^R UIKES TO LEAVE A Joe UNDONE ASK HIS WiFE— s~~~^%gr', I H01L0. HULOAyEAH \ 4 /, ITS AC LOCK, I KNOW VOJfiOT SUPPER CN. VftjT I PETER bTAy \ AW CLEAN UP IhlS, iS^HEKE JOS..;llv Jimmy llailo BUT THKEE MONTHS OR L ITS LIKE LlVtNS j V_IN A CLOSET W pt""* %  hops lodl< Ulllt llic err mm m .in oi me RSMM garttui Mait a a a in the island, thai lonirr baa '>"" been been lr.iiisl.inmd uiu> M •ttraetrea pin i fat baa mouirm. lulil" where tbe> UII ban AM I aara serviced and reilllcd I he prophelor. Mr. Kennei'i Jonee. who has been uri)i-( on tin\.iiii, riinv (ouipany lor th' past eighteen jeart. recently v >iled New torh In the inirn-.i ol 11* Bran ug ...iic.iid rahsablc hnouledie antl ihlhe it prepared 10 IIH to III* tustonirr1 in M itiun i -it !II'.M %  ii IK b> three traffic lane*, where %  ataatlg bova baan bwaajaag for th. henehl ol tl.r molori.t -iinl than need be no .oniEc-tnni luirnn.. the slatitin Irani the inthere re two lane*. hile the spproacli irom the iinin'ri affWl unr "In i"d two %  anbi (Inr "f Ihr most |HM-itul n;"hn gg i. btaag bai %  baan biatafiai mi sarvlelBg oi car* iii bo %  •< J nih -.1 ndjrd. Kt.Rll BAI \ Ker,. Bai hag 41M> baan Hitee* ml. uherr krrii..r. oil cm he •orehaaas] under .1 Muaapj ani -*n s IBgg >•"• • HI he clit lined Up to mirtnicht Ti.i. scrvVa sbaolg be ,.'.., ,.i t-n t.e-H lliev.. |t-,.,v „ver gbg week-end Phone number



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EM'AHMSHED IMS HARBAIl%  • HKI I BEY OF TUNIS SIGNS TWO DECREES Controversial Articles I Four Held III I Ml KM I III I.II IS Will Bring Calm To Riot Torn Protectorate in < luban "Revolt W Tl MS. Her. 20 THE BEY oi" Tl SIS bowed before tbe I'l.ii.ii Uovernmeni threat to depone him and placed hit aemtoiHwojui ides nf tbe French drafted reform programme aimed nt Nrin^nf; ralm l tbe riol torn Pirotectorati. Tbe Tunisian sovereign banded over the signed doniruenti t. Robert Boisseaon, French Residency representative (hiring a one hour Interview a1 which Boisseson delivered the Preneh ultimatum. %  poaeaman %  aid Bey SMj Mohhamed under* look" l N admin. ;rh ha tallinj on toi tare %  H"I \ cointO change his %  nd Colonel .: .: ami ide %  I :i.. %  .,:. %  *h<-r. I Mr. Tomer Attends \mas lb ernni TUTO* I m %  mon| iiu* lanji crowd irko n svof 100 child I II! Police at S! Cocil II was %  sunm iflti the rhiMrrn d Tune* pi.. | Band-man Ro ed the prwcnb to the ehl %  case* gave them a mi>ji I U %  wed to til lowed crying "Santa, Sani me a toy." Altar %  %  rhlldren there wai %  the barrack*. %  leaving the p u child was given s wa gta Bron/r Bell \\ ill Ghtne In 195:5 STRASBOURG I The Cow great bronze bell of Strasbourg Cathedral will chime the arrival of 1963 across Europe bv radio. Bro*dcati, )C m tha rfroke of midnifca; ban Strasbourg in early competition with London's Big Ben—-tarti-d throa years ago met European radio stations will carry programme whi.• %  Consu •etnbly I •->p*. -rr %  %  two re. i %  School Girl Dies In Fire Ham .. .,. s,.,. -.i | ; | i: \ i, Si 1 bout BIN) ..viock arks n he M Bra it!.* in .• %  <. -aui t.. bo started through .. kfiuonir oil UaBsJ blowing ui Rita Harris raeotvi ri bad burnt ami %  a %  a ide* mid other' part-Ingei fsM nra litigant"i th i.i.' overthrow the Cunt • ; %  luaral Ful*<• %  .< %  '< • i'. official* lal nigh %  h .. '.. %  Y..iV (u. I were d . a a) ppad %  ,i... u|M hdng" i *<• > %  ..in..sUtujai %  %  .lie i mad< da* ad third mar I | in item itMfh Aifr*.i Manbotrn, %  Kratoi roniiri' . or* nlz> til* JlMifcl%UM .1 --f ATI. Hill Boost lor Tourist Iratle MM8 li II b WARD III M1 M i ait.iH-1 pum %  ''' %  <-*. %  " %  oat u pi 7 E. Germans On Trial KKHI.IN I>. f th* Cost lUri%  %  in a tils: v.t.,.n BffMsja HfrhH-t partlt* '.-• •>. % %  •.>• .-.: .'i %  %  .-.,%  ... CliriaUari Democrat.. ofAciau, went on U -pied for %  Aaastsssi ArrsaSed in Y'Hikera ai"i >>' Jh aia>.. • M •IK'H 1 %  %  wag a p* vait* % %  I hf... .m %  i < horga %  'M | HI "•4 lra*un HI Will b* arraigi am iveii hawing Tue-I.. Mlta Use .al^-r %  ,,poliaa %  %  refused. I wet* ctsswaad ".-•^*> ** and Gwerrurwn.^B-iV '• %  The de-fendOfHs anrliiOail ese for hon>e rub %  I BUND STUDENTS GET CHRISTMAS CM 4JTIT1 rjifi ,. i ri n dlatrlpulad .,, (h< I,I,,, .i IsFfnorla %  %  "• .... „, III*. Mid I* Miami PajU. UB another u no d*tiLi. — -A* plot tvraar %  tiwmrt %  C'arW. Pri-, I-OI.IH UUi gtatll UU asN Mh .' %  i r lird Sii|j|rl\ Centre Raided '...%  I I %  -pas t r y w ._-%  ..f %  drrittsstg Asraast saw • ptal f/ '>*• %  • ^ ..iua| Uw %  '• *• %  V i r — Kim Xrgvnline I feat for Hritain HouhingBoaril W ill Build Modi-I Housrs '., kf.. llorfc". I.. *.!• no %  •!* la,/ Wl tin Ma %  %  %  I'luiic < Irainlirs W ills I roo|fh • %  log i I %  %  haul a |0 %  %  i %  CaiMi /yes*! (SUM RQIM l(riu|>iiii. if/in iii %  %  uilad •j ill. >4*f %  %  i % %  ! %  %  H I H • ,'...1 f \mas Shoppers Hock The City llroad and S-aai S tf as aasa ta i With acttvttj -'.i.r-:. mas shopper* So %  early. Ir. I; many traflk btocki B took in.-'. IP minutes to travel fr Saaaasi 'rfiihui two minuti paopk enterou H -tores in Br.^d S in tbe city wa. cro* daw. Since last waex bou u*en stocking U • -A ii,r: ar.r.^ for tba %  '•lirtay swason City merer!;.'.' •ri-'. sles are incrtaj^a *••* day. ana rJarl far. then; ha\. %  %  rovanoi aawa rtaS tuu •--. %  vca for r*i9tir • : %  %  %  MH, li,,, ' fi>>f,/ > it" lhi\, | fHt/oTf \tnttn %  IB Ml .4 Ok* % %  ; ; "f £>ulV MSKI uud in Fortaa up tfae •siar* n-ajn taan %  %  .tdoid Dmi* Oaa*>4> •eaai MjOOO aaora %  • o# 1 z* u> sf :•: par toe %  • prow aaaaar%  % %  A %  %  J-dipiaalira aasa r pri-Lajjcn-r --^•sps-per* s n a cS a % %  —far Gfenadti GavL Aflopl Budget Spear I i-hemuui H-lit-ved Drt>wnad %  Senator hi*'* After If earl Attack i/,a/ raw %  HlffJIJ w %  aaa wass) wfcsht bear > MIOI'PI.KS MIIIIIM. IIIUI Ml Mill I I %  • %  kt-a-y* %  *• at gpaa aaa %  UIMOH I it b U S 1 V I E I 'v-w • %  Plavan IsWled J or Practa i 4JO JLC /V/r.s/.s Ordained n y* %  %  r i i M %  %  g— %  -i m rrusu RALEIGH IHI i 'HI Ll-llll. '. ^ C L L am en —•-.••< IMM —


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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Sunday, December 21, 1952
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
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EM'AHMSHED IMS
HARBAIl- HKI I
BEY OF TUNIS SIGNS TWO DECREES
Controversial Articles I Four Held
III I Ml KM I III I.II IS
Will Bring Calm To
Riot Torn Protectorate
in < luban
"Revolt
W
Tl MS. Her. 20
THE BEY oi" Tl SIS bowed before tbe
I'l.ii.ii Uovernmeni threat to depone him and
placed hit aemtoiHwojui ides nf tbe French drafted
reform programme aimed nt Nrin^nf; ralm l tbe
riol torn Pirotectorati.
Tbe Tunisian sovereign banded over the signed
doniruenti t. Robert Boisseaon, French Residency
representative (hiring a one hour Interview a1
which Boisseson delivered the Preneh ultimatum.
poaeaman
aid Bey SMj Mohhamed
under*
look" l N admin-
. ;rh ha
tallinj on toi tare
H"I \ coin-
-
tO change his
nd Colonel .: .: ami ide

I
:i...,:. *h<-r.
I
Mr. Tomer
Attends \mas
lb
ernni
TUTO*
I m
mon| iiu* lanji crowd
irko n svof 100 child
I
II!
Police at S! Cocil
II was sunm iflti
the rhiMrrn d
Tune* pi.. |
Band-man Ro
ed the prwcnb to the ehl

case* gave them a mi>ji I
U
wed to til
lowed crying "Santa, Sani
me a toy."
Altar '''
rhlldren there wai '
the barrack*.
leaving the p u
child was given
swagta
Bron/r Bell \\ ill
Ghtne In 195:5
STRASBOURG I
The Cow
great bronze bell of Strasbourg
Cathedral will chime the arrival
of 1963 across Europe bv radio.
Bro*dcati,)C m tha rfroke of
midnifca; ban Strasbourg in
early competition with London's
Big Ben-tarti-d throa years ago
met European radio stations will
carry programme whi dude declarations of good wishes
from Fouad K< r
the Coun
I Poreigi Kii T irke-
and Francois De Men*
Prestd'-n^ . Consu
etnbly
I
--
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. i

School Girl
Dies In Fire
Ham .. .,. s,.,.
-.i | ; | i: \ i, Si
1
bout bin) ..viock arks n

he

M '
Bra it!.* in .<. -aui t.. bo start-
ed through .. kfiuonir oil UaBsJ
blowing ui Rita Harris raeotvi ri
bad burnt ami
a

a ide* mid other'
part- -Ingei fsM nra litigant-
"i th<- spot anil <-*Uii-
In <<,. i- aMardi
f water
eacstrel i
n.uch aa th< ca the ar-
Th-i
urod,
M *\I Mil \i k *c. - v.*k.
Dec. 2"

make at l*.t two mori
thes i ille.1 the smashing
nt ih<> i.i.' overthrow the Cu-
nt ; luaral Ful-
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official* lal nigh
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. a a) ppad ,i...
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.lie i mad<
da* ad
third mar I | in item
itMfh
Aifr*.i Manbotrn,

Kratoi roniiri' . or* nlz>
til* JlMifcl%- Um .1 --f ATI. Hill
Boost lor
Tourist
Iratle
MM8 li II b WARD III m1 M
i ait.iH-1
pum ''' <-*." ' oat u '
pi
7 E. Germans
On Trial
KKHI.IN I>.
f th* Cost lUri-


in a tils: v.t.,.n BffMsja
HfrhH-t partlt*
'.- >..> .-.: .'i .-.,- ...
CliriaUari Democrat.. ofAciau,
went on U
-pied for
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ArrsaSed in Y'Hikera ai"i >>'.....
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Will b* arraigi
am iveii haw-
ing Tue-I.. Mlta Use .al^-r ,,-
poliaa

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refused.
I wet* ctsswaad
".-^*> ** and Gwerrurwn.^B-iV
- .
' The de-fendOfHs anrliiOail
ese for hon>e rub
I
BUND STUDENTS GET
CHRISTMAS CM 4JTIT1
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MfenaflDu laj i--f.r,. nrtunUtaf io the
The Children's Gi '""' '''''*' '" I92M linMrfaU Coltaag of Tiupical Agri-
\1 on he is doing a p
WJ N ma Hi Akriculture.
ff'lurnin/t Tomorrow

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Dance whkh u
a) thr Dnii ii,,n on Docei
Ira and diniciiiK begins al par
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( Back Iron, US
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to irlurn Ml
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her hii'l.ainl>. relatl
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&rXDAS| frlECF-MBEB 21. 1952
Sl'NDAl \li\m III
r.W.i rniiii
AT THE ri.VK.MA
It's Thai Mule Again
.. .. ii
Gardening
Hints For
Amateurs
TH'j WEEKEND, there is only one film for me to
t*U ^*Jtfr"'* * to the fact that ihe Pla/.i hi
its scMfle so that "Montana Belle" has its Igg-j thowllU
tonight, and \hv Glob* la having repeal pt-rfoimances of Tha, | .mber, e-
"The Strip" and "Glory Alley". As a matter of fail, all pwniiy *
the theatre -I'heilules are bein^ chained Ihis coming **J ,,f "*' >*"">. ntM
week to that the BWW holiday films will open on Deccm- S^rT-*^""""-, .f1or T""'
ber 24th. Bui nor. of thai in next Wednesd.. FSSttt TSmfgfE
when my rtnrin will bo out. fortunate! > m lleialei t h a
- growlh of weed* and grass. By
the lime ihe nun come* Bui
more everything " the garden
But even al (he
risk of neglecting Uie weeding and
.utting Ihe first thing lo do a.t the
weather settles a bit u to grt UM
Annual m*. Planted. This job.
ihc Horticultural Exhi-
bition next year, must In
- special at once, or im plants ., ;il Do) be
I hnttnuu. broadcasts will, ol in (lower in time. Us just as well
O'Connor course, be lh Chi.Mmas MeoeagjB ' BUska .1 note ol tha d.ile- of iho
"" *iTp. T*?'**. the Queen, har F\!ubition now. they are r*ebmar>
FARM AND GARDEN
IsWRKHR FOR roODB) Auntola
At ihi
thou
in the
kitchen, ggpaci. " sis,,TU'
:
ban '' M
aroua gg tha tint diapUyai on ......-t-' -shelves
The
IMIILIRV NOUS
1.1 1
And now for the Empire's pic-
ture*FRANCIS HOES TO west
POINT. Yes. OUT old friend. Ih<
gravel-voiced mule, whose wit and
perspicacty have staggered man)
iwo-legged creatures. Is back in
ihe third of his adventures with
his young friend. Donald O'Con-
nor. If you haven't seen Francis,
it's high time you did and thi*
farce is worthy of its predecessors
The story begins in
plant, where D-iruld
foils an attempt at sabotage
through information given him uy rir.t official broadcast as Queen. ;g .,,.,, Mare* 1, mi" 7n~ulantin.
f rancu. Aa a rewaid. Donald -iih.*.. -,_ u. ...... ..- _
B.B.C. Radio
Notes
.Message frm Her Majesty
The queen
thief of ihe BBC-
.
.. and rouw
O00.1 urv
. .1 mltal on and I..... u Idndj afi >
feeding and .., -.1 id sure
are the five liu m i^bWg wl m
poultry-keapuii ,,. ,..,.,..
*>
ing of records. Unless vm know tfmtun , ,-,-,,,..,, *.,
production cost* you will he un- ran, v. ,
able to discover whether yoo are (. ,|1(. pn^
making a profit ot a l.
enlerprue s seems obwou* .....
I carcase.
To moe' the I I
Hlf Up
I
of the micro- the old I
. ,.i ..(;, r
ncis goes along phone since her flnrt broadcast at ^Md^M^L\Z,-x,sZ.v^^
tomfoolery of u> age of fourteen ar. mm wnue IU nue u *ee lhe*e
led in II, E \S '"' W~* to the she broadcast I of >" '" "
. alth Hei Ua "ll< itn? Of two
r. a Ated^ri. w, !..;; 22SSI SZ&ZZ r':..^::: -r p*"* a
and. of course. Frjincl. foes .ilt-nn phona llnoc hci "
loo. Most of the tc '
'.del life Is included
from the hazing of
.:ff-reserv.!l<.n romance ..... 11 Is u. Commonw.-.llh lii \;", ml one ..r In
hrancls. *nh in, aWtMrna ti.ii 1- I. will spaaji ,,i 11 on ,i m <>ti **?! onm '"' lr'"'resi and .
Icct pud urbane wit lhal brings an Chrjsunaa I>ay and I '' l-,,,l|l" picler plantlna Ihe
mlarious twist to all situations, ol Ihe message will be Klvan '' ,vl"'- nowtri am
Among other things, he Is an ex- m the Ira-curriculai- lulor ..nd his efforts beams will be pul on loi Ihi- area 'or UMr place In II
promote Donald from a seemingl. ,, ,h0 morning lr..l,.,.i ,-.i few ptuts aril
permanant place at tile bottom of ,lDiv in ,ho 17 .,d ,, .,. ,. Dllg, ., ,. w .
US class to the 1..P in a mailer,, i,.. . m,lall. w.....c an eutn
that he succeed, in wrecking a lull Cumrnonwf.llh Round-Up ....." "'n""1 b""h' "K"'""
^J'f'Sf'rlS '"SlVy.",1"" 5S 1'i-e.s-ding the Queen's Message D"fBI.K BALSAM i. one ol
!, ~iS J .J i&mS "'" " " u'ul hou, -l,,K ,u,l- l.,.-e. win, flower, allhou.h llie.
SS.^1Si.tiSj! '.'"-<'"' brdc..t Unking all can l.e picked ami l.oal.,, .,, i
Coirusonwcalth. This year the bowl, are not any use for picking
s Uaarna tha etharwlaa. Yet these double Hal*
1 to any
enough but I seem to


..king or
Icsstnfl Ihej
..
ma. kn.,
operation and
1. bour incoma abov< I' '
key Hcure t..... "l ""*
1 1 annneet
will dl 1 ... 1. l Ltakt) de-
<..i.. durtna tna I
I an i*j :f"' 1
Oliaetu.g the U 10 r>inl- n.,1-
eost (mm
nrnallfi
Francis really shines and though
Ihe coach quite naturally begii
hear. Tranc, giving him Ih, II,.- E"? K .. .tia^lkS " m".ko ""* "
oltastothccorrc.-tplav,. lie lake. ST. amt!r&*ZSJZ iS """"'" '0r """" '
Ihe mule's advie- and West Polnl ''":1.*,n .'" ''""'..,..'" ""rh pritt, .u v.rtod c,
COM from victory to vn'
the crowning athievement of de-
feating the N'aw.
The picture is filmed at the fam-
OUf American military academy of
West "
comma
times, while Donald O'Connor, -
the comically eon: used young
plebe. ably stands up to all ihe
competition meted out by his
scene -steal! n# co-ftar, Altogethtr.
FRANCIS '.-F_S TO W K S T
American n.iliiary academy of .;.'.,'.?'
Point, with Francis in full K^Jiffi-
nand of all jituaUoru at all fl-oi^ [..
I'OINT is a .-efreshing and highly "1^1 ,
amuslna e-ening'* entertainment. u '
S!% lo^d.^K'eouS; ~;r sSh-gSi,--
if this broadcast are no) vel com- VHt'' "" i,,'d", vtli. a coiiimuou*
1. it will Iit.k '"Pi'l.v "1 >eedhngs foi replanting.
.. .mluding the Another advantage with double
lilfhtiiiL; i,hi. .ii.o rail) i ls.m i* ihal when planting ihe
of Ihe United Natlonj In Km i nme thev >aii
Special beamsthe apot "ght into the bed when-
ihe Queens UaataajB will be put.thej in I dlaiaangtna
l>n tfqr the
I:, ft ''.ii'-
.-'' '" " *row, so (ii^it-niiot.
the mfirntiig nrnadciisttlu itii tha DaOsaalb ol .< Mod IkM
arts ai 1000 .. m ml Atlothel pay border or Rock
; Day and there will Ixl-ardrn pl.,,,1 ,., Ihe snull varied ,.f
0.49 p m The pro.afjockl,.t-omb_ Th|v 1|fe u ,
a*l* Cur < full I>..hf ..id ... .
ARTIES HEADLII...
""',::. ;,;,.,. bu. uk, h.h,
Ax I mentioned above. I will be
:i-vicwing the Holiday films in
Wednesday's papi'r. There will i>e
two musicals and a melodrama
The latter will be showing at the
I'laza. Bridgetown It is "Big J
fnm Her Majesty
Other Christmas
Prourannnes
illy grown.
Spac
.11 ihe
-...
apaetal bbc
Another plant who's llowei> are
gay and bright, but which are no
good lor picking u, the Hollyhock.
Hollyhock seeds too can be planted
from liMirut Mrighf into the bed where Ihey
McLain stcTrnn, John Wayni and proa?mmmei which we SSB !!*J *t?g:_T^,> P?"^ **,
appears to be an action-pack,0 l.ke n, b. ...g i.. your attention l.ut "", n i ,? V 1V.h '.* J*gg
>loVyoftheall1v1u.--..fani.wc(.ti- here are a tew Sunday 21*1. -'''' hunch cons.derably so thev
gator tor the House Un-American !> M | m SalaetlOBa from Han- ***> lf!vv*n "Jf"* of rw*m.,b>'
Activities Commltte. agalngl lha del's M Mtoh' uhuh has become l>l"niina Ihem far ap..rt. Holly-
Communists in Hawaii. "Slngiir a standard Crtrtstma-J taatun .( ,,oc,w look tovely when pLinUxl to
In The Rain" at the Globe is. from Ihe BBC; Wednesday, 24lh. 10.15 H"tw aaamst n wall or in front of
.,11 account- a sparkling, Teehni- p.m Talk by Ihe Archbishop ol a hedge. The flowers van be double
color musical stnrrinir Gem- Kclls c..nterl.titv- Wadnaadu 24th OT single, red pink or white, but
and Debbie Reynolds while "Jin! 1C30 p.m. (right altar the Arch- when planting get local seeds as
For You" at the Empire Is. accord- I ishop's talk) Carols from King's ihe imported seeds of the double
ing to reports, a domestic comedy College Chanel. Cambridge, which .anelv do not flower the same
with music, starring Bin*j Crosbv , ,,,,,, B frfllliri. nf ;,n BBC year. Even the local seeds are
and Jane Wvman, with Elhrl Christmas Weeks; ,.mi v.. and tike at.. ,
Hi: imii it
ChrUtma* Slorv from
Jamaica
'Caribbean Voices', Ihe weekly
hall-hour ol W.i Itulian prOM
Barrvmore Christmas Day at 7.4% v m tha nontha from seed planting ..
___________________ Rd.glous Service. .vcuig. Most Hollyhock Il.-wer
l-ikes naad siakinK. for if tl
not kepi m an straight upright
position they lose half their ehfcrm.
Stakes should never i-
A Comblcr who had to moke a half-hour ol W I 1- dl ,., pros. j*fja however but should be
payoff oovarl "( " bmadca>t aach Sundaj ,'', ""T*." nnd shoU'd Jl"
.. method wherebv ne ouki pi..... '' .! P"' "11 also have thick and long enough ..,. u.
., COrtaln numbvi t dollai billt special Christmas flavour on the plant they support and no irnre.
into tan i i.....iaiy "-' Th r*rogramrna m- A good stock or neat stakes of
that he could take .w an, nun gudaa _a /hortatory by Ten,
in dollars ti an l I
IMS la (hi. rmnlmld iif HIV '"*" 'P1'" '' "JOOUWIli leilOlg Ol COI1SI.IIKIV
splittinx .up the contents o. an> % .^^ ^^ T(w ^ ^ ^ ^
fit the broadcast will be a delight-
ful children's story. 'Garden Ro- a hank or raffia for tying is
; t Eui.t itadhaad ot Gran- f,^,, u^.fu) , baaa . one envelope. What ara the iespe,--
tlve numbers of dollar bills ihe
envelope* musi contain"
M are a good iBWaat-
ment for any garden t.
ft constantly needed, and ran
|-AJpUnit -
aim 'i'" ;
lust* -Ji"-, "*i "< rt'WH
\ ada, win. hai
rlii
''
loi 'Caribbean
h lelter th,in twire for tying
up plants as it ]s far iMl bkrly 10
--terrt*.

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lag and
illar ruts hav.

,. n tha low i-

ihis eonnaetion ire asorth aaptor-
aj
i
tome mown
. in ll '.." nil.
from unAnuhed steers and aged
. .
d will be i
houckeeiKT complain

.
I
. pint w
. he.
cost must be added all other m
v.
mem labour cnulpmcr,! alt. '
discover the feed cost you want IV and ooJj
nf v.ui are a large i-nilhv keei
pr, , ,. .i meal. Tnu ya ii On
eggs laid per 100 hens par dl
and the numlirr of eggs laid per rr quallt) la both %ams and
hen per month. The ipuntitv Rlan
faad eoriaumad iii van ith the cal i tha Annual
quantity of eggs laid. A hen lay-
ing 12 eggs pei inontli tar aa.* pariwulcr
ample arUl Htnawna nhout I I
lb*, of feed pi-i month where., i
tig 21 eggs per month will i tml. from tin high, i
' ,,' fl'.'.l .,.'..
per inantlk nai aora < < hen Th
lays in a month lha greatei artll
is- tha load cot per hen pi
month. Hut the more tggi lei I dl
i per month ihc nr.'-.i.', .....,, ,.,.,i A|Hl. .
Mil be thai pnai racafved nrtm . ... ...
the sale of eggs and it,.
' '" '
rrora tha tot .1 .
profit and ihai U whv si n Lk h
long way toward- the pre
M entering the floi k -, 1 ' | '
toward Ihe ipreed nf n .., ,f >' *'W be well lo 1.....1 >
II doa enter. Next to 1 a are I nttai
..i.ii ground a itar the ' "1" i'1" "' ""
1 Drid, while ihe ptlgrtmi
xonr in.....gatnani plan hoi 1 1
therefore inehide the follow 1
pratrOeai mu> 1* bappb 1 Cor H
Scrub the water pana dally wiih l*aati but wish all
plenty of soap and ler 1 py and
rinse in u solutioti nf dismfei i p r trnaa 3"*"2, V
of i toUaipuonfti] lo I p
rater, Wa n :h,. feed, n ratca i h h em land, help
il ti soap and wat*
rinse i
ii .Hi.- lant soli.;..
Ui
SACROOL I
IS THL FINEST
REMEDY FOR
RHEUMATIC
PAINS
Don't be without a hot- \
tieh'*> a real standby.
(In Sale at
k.MGHlS limn Murrs
SPECIAL DELIVERY
Wilh ii Iti.iiip.-i -rlii lii.n lr < hrislnius (iitini;:
MOT PLATES
TOASTKSfl
WASHING MACHINES
Rf KRKilKATCIRS
tvpkwritkrs
office appliances
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WATCHES
CLOCKS
JEWKI.KRV
TOYS
K. II. Ill Ml & (o.. Lid. |ili 5136
pleasing gilt* tor evergone in Ihe fantilg
spImi ,nur ClwaalaaM (mm
ihe fslfewtei
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Pill > (.III II
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HAPPINESS
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Mas
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and
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am von. MAin a
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POMADE
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will have Ihr SdWip-t most
gtaaaanaa half " could
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hjir ihr Mg|
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LIMOGES MINATURES
I Nan -iii|inu'm juai open d in ifans fat XMAS
C mill llie\ Bjiakc UM Meal t.i(t. Jik| \oit \ i-.il our slort-
i.tnis i. nwi.iv
In Hollmi Ijne
J* anil >oull h<- sure It agg aangfflj whai \.,u ipgH
I'tokini* for.
!* \lso opened "I. I < J. I*. nd.nils in 'he latest s|\|c \Ko (iolil llr.nt sh.iped
; Loekels, wUcb raaj can have gaajravaa] PREI 01
'; t 11ST. itns ,. ., ....., i.il \m \s off..
llnlv 3 i
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slo.|.|..n gg
In \,i
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(.'laths and llrip Mil-
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SUNDAY APV'K \ 1 i
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TEAM
li.C.A. Defeats B.C.L:
H? o. s. t:oppi\
Ha W\
-trong team. In my opinion, b
West Indies and n will l>c incumbent upon Um We.t
Indies to select opposition worthy of ll,.
which the Indian* will 1* able to put into the field
against them.
Ha/arc, a *eaoned performer, will be kadinf
th tram and (here is no question u to hli all round
sMUty. He has captained the 152 Indian team to
Ensland. He is no stranger to West Indlei bowling
Teat centuries against them in IWt
TM I reaence of players of the calibre of Mankad. all rounder that
has acquired such status as has qualified him for consideration among
UkOtC *ho compete for world supremacy in the all round department,
D G. Phadkar, another fast medium performer well known kg the
West Indies and to Imperial cricket, will admittedly constitute j
nucleus around which the Indians can surely build a team capable of
testing the best strength we are. able to put into the field,
GOOD SI PPORTING CASTE
T**HK nun whom the Indians have chosen in addition to the regulars
include men of the timbre of Umngar. a comparatively prolific
scorer on the Indian tour to England this vear, D. K. Gaekwaa V. J
Manjrekar, C 0 (ioplnath, all Test men who
.i gin*! .1'iiiiinl of theni.-i
There has been some experiment with youth in the persona of
irangan. 20-year-old medium fast bowler. P. Gupte, 23-year-
old off break and googly bowler. 20-year-old M L. Apte. opening
batsman Deepak Shodhan an all rounder who can bat. bowl medium
pace or slow spinnirs.
With regard to the local preparations for the Indian Wmr. the
first effort was the B.CA.-HC.U annual Inter -Association fixture*
B.C.I,. 91 and tier x wiikets)
It 1 \ 112 and (lor 3 lric4u*ia)
155
115
Its IttHlkIL

. a successful *"* J
th..t on TTiiinssinar Ian tw did stt -"ongs in l.i'i '
IP I read bctwee- *- Ja '' he wlH
B.C.A. defeated B.C.L. by seven wickets yesterday,
the -'ast dav in the annuM B.C.A.-BC I
which m Ki rht RCA ft '''^ /,.,,-1
[n om hour foi victor?
ored 1 If> runs for th* loss of three wiekt
Bftoo had scored 44 runs
lor the loss of one wick.
second day. >< '
th.-ir score to 155 runs fur AM
loss f B wickets declared. The,
attract.on of the B.C1* innings
was a splendid knock
*ouB| t* kso wenl'
at number three in the III' L bat
tin* ardte C, b. i Boogie* > wu-
lt in IT
overs and four balls.
On the first day of pi v Itf I-
sfter losing the toss wet.
nd kittled <>ut for 1
innings. The *i-kei
was tricky and St the end 01
plav on that day. B.C.A.. had re-
m ith 24 runs for the loss of
t capable of giving .four y. ickets.
second day III A ear-
ned IMF t"ta> < '*' '
Skinner Clyde Walcott topscored
for his team with an
5 while Rogers the B.C-U. pac'f
took five Wickets for 32 runs in
the B.C.A.. first Innings.
both SKfa
Ruddn
flUc .-'
;.-' HU I
Danlal .Ipd w
Marshall
j
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DrrV.i*
Mar*hii b WttHan
Fall of *Wu
t-IS. I 11 1
tr-d at Kensington yesterday in a seven wicket "victory for '-ond and the "batsmrn had
:he D.u./v. i ,_^
All along I had first commended the B.C.A. for having fielded uStlor
such a strong team against the B.C.L. that included three Inter-
nationals. This. I must lepeal was a tribute to the unknown strength
of the BC.L. who had given B.C.A. cricket such stalwarts as Everton
Weekcs. Frank King. Conrad Huntc. C. De IViza, G. Sobers and
company.
NOT DISGRACED
I AISO pointed out that even If the B.C.L. were beaten they would
nut have been disgraced. They were beaten yesterday but they
n it for having made a match of the game in gpita .>f
eondlUoag which prevailed with which they could not of necessity
be ever familur
.v an Impaired Kensington wicket for the start
and this means much even to people who play B.c A. cricket and who
shoulu therefore be familiar with it* vagaries and, secondly, the close
cropped spacious outfield of Kensington must also pose sbBoUm
This Is not offered as an apologia on behalf of the B.C L. Far be it
from me to attempt to establish a position so completely untenable
according to present day values, but certainly it 1* permissible to men-
tion this phase of the romp< lit ion if at all we must give tome balanced
on of the match.
The B.C.L who had scored 44 for the loss of a single wicket last
Saturday went on to score 111 *Uns for the nine remaining wtekatg
today. Gerald Sobers, not to be confused with his brother G. Sobers
who turned out for the B.C.A.. topscored with a very useful 70. It
was a chanrrlos innings during which he hit a six and eight fours.
FORCED THE PACE
ET 105 runs to makr in an hour the B.C.A. forced the pace and
ticket was a per-
il
H< I I.I ln-i.,1-
kUr.hil! c Ri*r. b laelmr
k.*m t b Muddei
I ml* < Hariri b HiiOd*r
Ho**r" ^ .
H Willwm. c Dartrl b Knar"
I WalcQll b Rofr>
, rwh ria.N-. I
OrasH o not"
i.,,.!. b Blsekman
Cms ""' ""'
lUikcr ibw b H*.
sttrsa
Ml 1 111.
pnwi isc; ANALYSIS
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CYCLING IN 1952
collected 115 runs tor the loss of three
Ro
ickels in the required time.
Maish.til was free unt'l in
ui iva ins baud smU iko tu am
l' 'it. Rudder and was smartly
.....:i .it mui-ott by Rogers.
( IX- Hciia Hi an mn ngs of
rartanaatisM praouHoa top scored
M'li 46 '<-red all around, the
Mm.-. HO was sluing o(T Ins po".
tie Lite cut to a nicely and was not
afraid to lift the half volk-y inu-
tile unpoliccd long field.
Everton Weekes, a model of
streamlined batsmunshtp. scored
42 that would have provided lov-
ers of the game with a Saturday
iftankOOn entertainment that
soothed the Und BtffVg HM9
quickened our hearts with joy.
Clyde walcott opened Imrsrassl
ivel>. but in fading light and hll
QbvioUfl effort to close the Issue
' uRod ui lus nilstimlng a half
vtJIey from Daniel and he was
stumped for seven. Cammle Smith
ppUad toe coup do gr* i
B.C.A. had won UW BUM
INVITED TO PRACTICE
TT*HE Barbados Cricket Selectors met yesterday and they have chosen
28 players to practice in preparation for the visit .f the Indian
I team next ytar.
I must compliment them on Including Frank Phillips of Spartan,
Who has been overlooked for some years now despite his performances
duniii! the local season. Gerald Sobers, a brother to the G. Sobers of
' the roller Beys' Club and now of Police has been chosen in addition
to hi* brother It Is obvious that his 70 yesterday played a great part
in lIn iIvii.Moii to invite him.
George. GUkes, . second division player who has scored 500 runs
this season and who has taken 100 wickets too has been chosen .mil it
will be interesting to see how he shapes In more senior company.
All the other regulars have been included with the exception of
C. Mullins and C. Bradshaw the Police pacers both of whom have not
done worse than some of their contemporaries invited. I mult agree
that the Selectors made a very comprehensive and satisfactory- MMC>
tlon except that one of these pacers might have been included.
INVITEES
T*HE twenty-eight selected are as follows- D. Atkinson. E. Atkin-
son. H Barker. T. Birkett. K. Bowen. K. A. Branker. B. C. Branksi
iC. DePeiza. W. A. Farmer. G. Gllkes, J. D. Goddnrd. I 1. <; Hood
1 A. Holder. C llunte. F King. 11. A. King, N. S. Lucas, it Marshall.
F Philips, G. Proverbs. S. Rogers. C. Smith. G. Sobers. Gerald Sobers,
A. M Taylor, C. L. Walcott. E. I). Weekes. C. B. Williams
The first trial match will open at Kensington Oval on Jan. 10 and
'Continuing Jan. 11 and Jan. 15.
By ERI-E Mrl-rOii
This year was a remarkable one as far as competitive
cycling was concerned. The Amateur Athletic Association
of Barbados staged one Intercolonial meeting, here but sent
cycle and athletic teams to three Intercolonial n i
abroad. This Association with SecreUu;. Mi Gilmore
Rocheforde WU alfO instrumental in netting ace cyclWt Ken
Karnum on the Jamaica team which did s- well
recent Olympic names in Helsinki
This sport of cycling is growing
In popularity in the l|and, but
still there Is much to be doJM lor
the upkOSjp of it. Cycling has
gained prominence it. On
Hill.1.1.. I-
and even Soviet Russia.
In UtS early part of July a
seven-man cycle learn represented
Barbados in Martinique at a
Caribbean Cycle IsaStlTIg Tin-
team was George Hill. D*vM
Grant (Holborne Boys I Lisle
Carmichael. John Skinnn Dun-
can Keiscr. "Flii'h" BrtithwaMs
and David Smart and It was man-
aged by Mr. Justice J. W. B
President of thv
A.A.A.B. assisted by Mr T ...
Jemmott. Assistant BotietaiJ of Dernichelh, Franco Osfiloau iPd
the A.A.A.B. m Cartooa.
It was the Urn time that g! With the axOSpUOO of three
team of local c*clstt took part in1 "A%ciaai eyoUsti
road racing o* a high standard t mi. jbr-ad lor the other*. Added
land although ti ey hadn't P1
any of the lifted
VOB tbe l5-i!
f the second
day, while Tony Moon
n th,- -B" elan
win tile half mile. L*d3 BVClW
hall had la '
tented to llinsh second to
Clarke who won in ivn> SV0R1
red in.
Seasoned Cyclists
Again our cyclisu gained iha
necessary xi~ rien..- I
witii ssasi..... Compton Gonsalves. K. | I
Gamuv (Trnidad) Lindsay Gor-
don. Laddie Lewis.Th.- Profs
BOnt Lewis. V.
dsil Briush Guiana) ami the
hard-pacing U-lians. Amon ffht-,um,
catch him.
Advei '
"""eul
O ine oarrison
., local horse does oui ^ we sit up uu".
I furlongs and 47 yards. That
mark dM > iodsJsi cUSisncs u ujns snucat sroMsa os
comporablo an oui roest iiyfsoaus
missing are the state of tnc going and .' "on* wtien he
aJlop. But I think mere must be some hope.
st Bright Light has been reinstated as a hot favour-
ite for the Derby because she did lour furlongs in 49 seconds in com-
pany With I CJn reading this, one Is tempted to inquire
SfrsESj when has it becc: hongs lavounww lor
mile races because tney gallop hail-miles in spectacular time. If it
mean* that Bright Light has lo>t none uf her abundant speed, wruco
we nil knew she had since StsS has been racing, all weil ana good, uut
I cannot see that this one short gallop should make her favourne. it
Bag to run against will test her for hjil-a-mnc
only in the !) :
true mat Bright Light has not only shown signs of speed.
| lurlongs against horses like Dashing Princess and uc line
she won very hantbomcly. ll i* more, I think, than her lull sister
Uow Bells would ha\ua.oti.pluhed at the same age. But lately Bright
L'ght ha- l UI take more than a mere hall
the Derby,
Hat uallop on Thursday last over a tinle srss BSUefa more revealing
gfaS was .u.ompanied this time by Monru, a Governors Cu(
date, ami son 1.481. 1""> com-ort. ble
tune foi ill -nd >\< I having seen 'he finish. They
DO held wfu*n
.m be downright m>s-
i havs known no to me after
a gallop and both clam. Iha belter of it.
nd pool
Chutney over Big furkU : sUVS. 10 KM
..i iii rather i loo much for him. If Chutney
. sp up in a mx furloni run hi iho abovs Urns than what will
l rOOl nay in l.ld nr
thai has upset him

1 htm < .rdlnal but I still feel
i of n with Bright
Light in the Derby. The My should be much concerned
with the BrtUfi grid] i ;. exciting one.
TnO .lie Apple Sam has not
Uh* Lnj with a sting on hll strata
11' in .i i snt not an uncommon occurrence
:n TrinkUk to I UOW it might be
reoaUod thai Bow 1 nap s few days before she
won the TMnldad Trial Btakss In lttso. But I know just what it
the wireless telephone
BO forglvon. Hieing is packe*!
- mn- moments than most iporti i know <>f.
The reason rot Ail Babo pulling up lams spoah before last has
been dtscovered shoo, It will probably
*('l him SOthtl ll five days
no will have time I sen if he

i I can a ork up little enthui iasm for the Governor's Cup even
ihougn n has in entrants, Kand^Oufl II i.- once again making Ihe
srhen Fuss Budget beat
I W0 ..'' I -annot see
iinoiini he will have to carry
'i weight allowances for
i lass publicly unknown
Budget lurk ng in the shadows
i ctious a surprise.
li Um welghl foe els being taken off now.
till look upon the Go1 r'l Cup as a race much like Has
B n a l me when
. ..'Hid four-year-
rss to alvo Ihem the allowance and boat them. Thl*
tiTiie it will oflbj bO Bvi poui it II maj provo lust the difference
IwO of them it IhO finish.
Where Kandytuft met I Ally With too nuich pMs for him last
re with too much stamina this year.
II be Landmsrfc, Hut ihs wUI havs had to staarpon up on her
-< rs m NovomtX nd in this respect she may
just find the distance a trifle short. If nothing is wrong with Hellican
why he too should n I nonl part and
early lead it will be all that Landmark can do
W11KIS.
in experience.
In British GvJana
With the sjxeoptton of John
Skinner, the lest ( tin !
i ived in Martlmqi e with ir ,i -
models and the m .1 (<
n called f'T btkOfl "
special rims, eleraille ir gears and
special frame design.
The second representative
i.
ithletes David Inn... Hewitt
Rouse iSpnntcrx) McD. Lloyd
..ml Trevor Innlss (Dartai
managed by Mr. Gilmore Rocho-
torde left the island on July 28 hy
|ha lehoOMr Timothy Van
Sluylhmm for British Guiann to
take part in the llfl. August
I which was held on the
Hat Bourda tr.o k
The team was "A" class John
Skinner lt"> Sail.on ll.ni'
Yardc. Duncan Kei/er. Interni'-
(iinte'" Seibert Haynes, Malcolm
Csrter. "B" class Tony Moore nnd
myself and Lady Cyclist Joyce
Marshall.
:lists m
enough practko on lbs I
track. The result was that they
'
as they should and thus then
rhanoof sf winning ssara greatly
diminished.
I'h.- H.>urda track also was very
heavy on both da]
on four sfld .i hall lai
mile track presented another
Then were spills in
vary roes and um <>f the Hol-
reluctant to start in big
holds for roar of the spills.
: |ng thai .t track framt
could cost anything like 20 up-
t did seem feasible
enough for them to clamour for
sUmlnaUons in til
of? the track um team had an
enjoyable time nnd the B.C. pub-
] ..nd olllti.iU are looking for-
ward to the vk II "f another
UVO toam f"i their 1953
Olympiad.
The au Stan Cycle Club of
Trinul.oi held their annual Sport"
Meeting in October ind sgaui
new one on the scene who takes the place occU-
is left to bO SOSfl if she can bring
off the biggest pnr.e in the South Caribbean for imported horses aHor
ro short a Urns hi lbs b
Th' nil of grow Ing pa ng now that riu'ing in Trlnidsd
I* taking i ,.l( i nM. frm of an
ho ttsndnnes to the
paddock before race day, It I I n sntei ihs paddock
only, With ttal ... of the village
oars nnd the Queen's Pnrk paddm-k wll become more

M Will;I i l with mixed feelings although on the
should bo > tfOOd Ihlni The profoMOOal hnngers-On will
i r..r good but so too will the Intccastod but harmlrss spec-
tatcs-. | .should InUghM < . b* irnt too numerous in the end.
Carmichael and Lady
CycJM Joyce Marshall |
down to Trinidad by the A.A.A.B.
I
athletic team and R. Sealy of th,
Advocate s S..
part in this mooting; Our cycUsk
did well and took the Rrst
iii many of U)l I
runner Hill of M
standing in the Held .
A Manly Sport
l-ady cyclist Joyce
who found II diftlcuh to outsprini
i Clarke on the angles in
British Guiana, cnr.vinein,:
representative learn In John Skin- CladH and Jean Perry ,,f British
Oulans iii ihe sprint races in
Trinidad. Her experience in B.G..
enabled her to do this, but still
nUCh to learn.
i in.miy snarl but
there ore *U1I some who frown
OB il. For Barbados to keep up
the reputation of J. D. Dougla*,
niowe and others, our
cyclists must be given whole-
hearted support and help to take
part ui major cvcling event* out-
side.
There is still much lip praise
and nothing ele. I hope that
cycling in 1953 will be brighter
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SUNDAY, lil.dMlltR 21.
llii
slADW ADVOCATK
p.vr.r nvT.
B.W.LA. Deny New
Carib Service
.v ii f PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec 16.
I.\ \ \\.\\ of a report recently appearing in the press
that discussions were proceeding between the British
Overseas Airways Corporation and the British West
Indian Airways Company on the introduction by B.O.A.C
oh?t1CW scmcc on lhe route Jamaica-Caracas-Piarco
B.W.I.A. feel that the actual position should be made
clear.
No iuch service u even being -
considered, since B.W.I.A. are
Iwidy operating on the route
Trinldad-Caracas-Jamalca three
service* par week which com-
plete the journey in the laised
tune of seven huur*
B.W I.A. and B.O.A.C. are.
however, fully eons-tout of their
responsibilities in connection with
the recent resolution of the In-
corporated Caribbean Chamber*
of Commerce calling for direct
service between the Eastern
Caribbean. New York and Lon-
don. No i | mm has as
Jllotorinq flws^Tbpics
The last vestiges of the ilitw jnaaf and to these fortunate few
ion that motorin* is a luxury, or , Qgfei Out rather, jclous--
a hobby of the ver>
long since left us Mo.onng has A' th.' I Barba-
now bee* universally r.cognised do* .md its r^i.l IJ
as being, in one form or anon
the very h patsa of OH modi gag saaiieil
whether we Individ- degree from motor-cai in thai
ually run a vehicle or i iu lay
BrtUa we us.', c^ery ,>a Ucle of most emphasis on \ehicles in ihe i
food that we eat. is at one tune popular priced clan.
or another dependent on nm^i
.rans^o.t. whether it Is for the Briefly. '"" H owing to & i
ertilUlng of crops, for the BOB. I 'vintage" >ear : v
veyance of raw materials lo the "* '" *" * Ual
factortes and the suse^uent dis- "r l"" i.o.ajle exception
patch of the unished a.tides to torturers bav* cooAaad U
" making detail isnnrovi
The foregoing is Just as true
for inls island as it Is for any
itory on earth, and in thu.
laiion although the
I'.iy u
live com
"*'" '' *l"ll * -An... Many
n rtastsi i
1 .
Mll.-I
olumn we should like to touch
lightly and without going .nto
too much technical
every aspect U the s..
affects our <).::>
we motor for pleasure or busi-
ness, whether we drive private
cars, motor-cycles or commercial
entire subject
i'.iy under the most c- ,.APB" '' *,*? * 'laas i
nd discussion, iuh W 2?--**"1 "^ "*''
Not. Bftven Bold
Christiuus iiviU
WUIglUl
i-.T... :,... haaaq
e nope in due
able to discuss sue
' M i. mi :i '.n.,_Alklk,
Wt.1 l SS At I.I T ft iiMi^bm
raay >. torn* ham iti What yo-.
> >- m surmise a tt Staad. but noi Mubbon. o.
f d-X I
-irrmhiK ;. ,.
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;iie csuioran <_ i
nay nursery, darsje-mi Vuiaaa,
Cnrist LAurca, w neiu -i uu ;;
araaaot'i vuiaaja unn .
Cenire on Thursuay, Ixi^muer la.
The Hail of tne Centre was gaily
decor,ueu with balloons, Muwer-.
streamers and a Christmas tree
with present* of toys, sweets ..nd
ciotnes for the children. Thirty-
lWo children accompanied by their
parents or guard arts attended.
The party began at 4.30 p.m.
with prayer* by the Patron. Hcv.
Johnson. The President and Foun-
der, Mrs. Hall, welcomed the .
visitors and spoke to the par.-'
and guardians.
The programme continued with ,.2]
the singing of the Carols "Sleep ...
Holy Babe" by Miss Nell Hall A"<
joined in with "Good "" *
King Wenceslas" and "The Firs:
Noel." A Recitation bv M'ss
Judith Goilop roOowad.
Mrs. H. A. Talma, Churchwarden
of the parish, made an .
continued support nd
The gift* of ton '' "raw than
taken f-nm the ireo nnd given '>
the eh-Wr-n >-v l/.dv <;
the rnmotroller for Development
an-i Welfa-e after whl*h i hououe*
of f|o'ir w*" "f"""'-' *" l''.
M' D-'P^-'e Ward, AWtfltaW Bee- is ssarn -. ,>,k
re'-irv. T> wot* of -htnirc was ..'_.
raw iici -i hi MAsiN
* SMM ml*. tm ,d|, _
U jou h.v. buV -h*4uic-. be wi*#
"'tin.,, tafcs iho.B. orafrr
vwuniR a
'*.lux-II .
*ou think And w tl
"""> hopeful.
NOVKMUa Tt
mlj br iloin no*
'lit out of
at do rr m m
I i-m. r
Wtirr da> than
i a .mil*. sstssfl-
oVterinlnod-lo-H Ii
rfomplun much

I'M tnura at u IAN) Url
bow bstan to timi tin.
ill holy *,.ril,
lAJfl Aar
SSL. **"'" Howr
iismiAIV
moved by Mr*. McD. Bi
in,..
Xmas Parly
The 3 Inmatei of St. PhlUi
Almshouse were j;lven a Christ- ciaat ""'bm,
mas party on D< i M
During the afternoon the Polue JlwhS
Band under Sgt. Archer played ntaraa*
Carols and Calypsoes. Evei>.
was in u happy mood, mhi:.
the carols and dancing to the
calypsoes. There was a large
Christmas tree from which the
Inmates and staff received Si'".
Which were distributed by Mrs
H. I. Smith and Mis. C. U Hut-
| i.l:
TO-DAY SogltUrUix
Ihlvurm. pnliiirm mum
-I i.t.tr inp iniliUr)-.
. .
r hlshliicM. of ,h SUIT,*
.<>oed >l dUy.. .nd b, not
' .1-1 H.lll-I.tr f IV-i.l
->l o< lUj-fonriWId. Mjtr.fiw>n,
Aib*'i p flVrhun*. editor-
USTffllAG
HOURS
ii nimi. uirr.Mnra -i
''( i-lirii ;iii >u
The Sacrement of Contlrmation
will be admlidatered by the Lord
Bishop of Barbados at St.
Stephen'5 Church on Tuesday
Dec. 23 at 8 a.m. 62 candidates
will be presented. They will re-
ceive their First Communion
immediately afterward.*.
Xmu8 Carols
Pupils of Indian Ground ouls'
School presented a Christmas pro-
gramme on Dec. 10. iDa pro*
grmme Included carol ringing
and games. There was also a
Christmas tree filled with presents
which were distributed to tiu.-
girls after the prog:
Unit*..
*> pm Thr New, ,
Osswral psmh___
fcindaj Half Hour .MM pm Ivnr Pi
" .1. I'M SIJRM Ml
00 pm Fmm th Bible. SI) u
Ci>Sli*h MUU|M. .U rZ p,"i.m
N*M 7 10 ,, m ||onl# Nrw, ,7&m a\
T 15 p m tat.bbran Vole
PH. i %t ;
1.ii |
Radio N..l |M pm Ivm N(lV!., ,.
Pm Thr ChrUUln Hp#. t M p n,
p.m. Prom the gditoiUU, (.|S p m
London Pomni. 10 49 p.m Uuiic Masa
mom>ai Henan
* p.m. ts.ua
4CO pm Th New* 4 lo p m Th
r. 4 11 pm NW N.m. 4*
P.m Uner Awhile. p m U.irne.,
6d. Prize Drawing
RES1LTS.
!e of $240 pioai; 2n.. ,
1057. 3rd PlttO P -ISM (:'W'' n?
Prize F-iot; 7,h Prlaa
ItlSILTS
1st Prize of $240 PJ0BI: 2nd
Prize L ""
ith Prize
159: 6lh Prize K -1098. Ttfl 1'n/i
.<42; Bth Prize C1514; 9th
Prize W1196; 10th Prize N845;
and well nourlabad bon
ket. Bud ii hai ba> >

port quotas
mill rettrieUofu >.f mb
ill have a ttl
llth Prize A-1377, 12th Prlfa K """"i',>' " sTneral and
--1642. 13lh Prize UIM4- 14th " ils rapacity to pr Prize I1974; 15th Prize N-1645 vch" u'* loT '* * ""
lflth Prize T1758. 17lh I'uz.- V '""" ''"''
*.m i.u p.m
UW 4-:m
CYCLIST INJURED
Eustace Pilgrim of .Mnxwell.
Christ Church, while riding a
blca/cle on Hastings Christ
Church about 1130 a.m. yester-
day was involved In nn accident
with n mule earl.
Me *as taken to the Generjil
Hospital and treated for a cut on
his forehead
V...h Dir. i!
SM Yule 0 41 p in Spar*
lio(rjmm Parade. TOO
787; 18th Prize R1271.
Prize V1657; 20th PrlM
1962.
New Rtxul
Ml II "IS 4* :im
Ihe ll.lT U Ttlo |v. Ill
IS pm Eui'ipran Hnr%y
- W p "i The BUC
nr<) Orehntia. 1000
the

to manufio I
vehicles Ihe
srveral mai
will
in..
lad point
We ghOUld lik- 1
Mil
.hi m-
4 l
ran ,,f motor
Of the
Ifacturer empires
.Jiiiiy In
coming: year to
rula. Ill I'. ,
T." Tp T-i^-.
. 10 M
A road i being c
through Church Vill.ge. St. I'!i;I.j Wl ltd 111
For many years resideni m
village have been asking foi I
proper road. Traffic and
tnani will sonn be avla to use '
new higliwy. Kt\ DAVIES
And potential car owners' This (lirivliniis is an
excellent lime lo consider a new car (or 1M3, IIM b
a car. for instance, as the brilliant CONSI I i
/KPHYR.
The selection presently on our fluor olTer<> a choice
of new colours, an opportunity to choose your
model, imitation to slide behind the wheel ol a
super car und drive into the New Year in a spirit
of achievement!
Charles McEnearney & Co., Ltd.
DEC. 21 NO. 254
TOPICS
ents to mod.U \.hi u hav
pvoirad Uaaai worth
vtous years.
a our point
km ii re, Ihe n i; notabla -
aptlon t" Iba toresjoiag
sat hi i is t \
'

!h Austin and Nuttald Organ-1
II '"""'
irse u> oe ^owrr pllt ! |,y jhij lir.it.
ubject.. ,, ,.r pleasing
elated topic of driving techn.qu.. )( ,,.u' lim ,,v ',,.
to give so far as they may be
"JL^T0^1. ""P"^1"" .ho, luri. lo furore
in the Island, and to make men- ,..,- nht .
lion of motoring as a ft?
li.e io..t.ibu.ion whi.h p.operly Th VOrd u-iny
organised comp.-lUlve ii.otortng emtxirkin; on its
makes for the wcii-oemg of the i h the outstanding Consuls ami
average motorist.
Ultras conaactlon it may of t e moi nottei
ultimately be poskiole to arrange tro
on a small scale a Hal|y in thi.s in these VI : II ntm
island, perhaps similar to those models when :tiey first ap-
arranaed in England h> tndivu- Prsjd,
ual clubs under the auspices of Vanxh.il- i
the r.a.c. and wc would appre- and batter Vfyn i nd Vafcutsa
late the reactions of readers in or should we say. fur the gaka
general to this idea. We should of ncademu- purity 'V<
be most happy to receive latM .it future seems to U
from readers on this or on any In stor- tot I putti
whu-n Use) iii.i. 1 ily in the South
discuss, and we I
shall look forward to answering
p*ehU questions at any time. T
Please add ess your letters to Atuttn organtsaUoni -ih'-n* lilts-
'Motoring Topics" C/o The Bar- change In "
bndos Advocate. rodueed
In st-rtbig a column at this ri"brr pnttj am spoil la
time of the year, we are for- U*n torm "f UM Dew
lunate In being able as u were Porte, and m
lo -befin at the beginning"at *""" of llu'$*' Call will ghi I
least so far as 1953 Is concerned. '"' i",n"" r' I
We here in this islnd in com- "ana r^i" I"'
on with other members of the Pnt lo ** SPen "" l;
Sterling Area, nave our activities rods.
curtailed by a phenomenon known s"11 on '*"' QWatlon of Spoi
.. .. oouai Mioruge, und for thif ca"' Maaara. All;n- eason if for no other we buy d"'**1 ralativaly |o powen
motor cars manufactured in in "iv" ': I "n't d Kingdom Now In the ,"n" "' xhi' l'i,lni Bench All..
United Kingdom the outstanding powered alternatively wiih
otoring vent of this year has P"11* laphyr a cyllndsr m '
"cently taken placethat is the 4 cyiu.der Fnrd Consul engine.
Annual Motor-Show organizedl by MlnljIliro v,.,^,,,, ..:,,.
^T y-r.0fH?r0l0r ^"u'fS'" I-I>u>t ...
the table for our new yen's ttV
Joy mem. (In this connection, we Tho most llgrjncant hapnen-
pj-rsonoUy sulTer from a Sterling lug so far as Ihe !'
'hortage too and the matter i. nsnutry i- eon arnad
n consequence purely a^adanUo udnlj iha rec ther un-
rar as we are concerned i-\| (hi
Nevertheless there are cert;.inl> Mun-t.v ,r Supplj f In-
some fortunate souls among us freeing of the HfM
who will contemplate buying a cars.
new motor-car during the comuuj it has long bean the tw
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mists, tii.it the 1..1 h
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aparity to produce good motor
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makers of
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PAGE SIX
SUNDAY ADVOCATE
BAR^ADOSjA ADVOCATE
Sund) 1.-. .- ..!>. II, IM
COMMONWEALTH
HKSUI II4IS
SO far u the CnlUwti
the mart Into
tisions nnounod si the end of the Costv
monwealth Bconomk Conference
decision lo develop Commonwealth re-
sources. Everything may be said to de-
pend on what Commonwealth resources
are intended. So far as opinion in
the United Kingdom can be said to be
hardening ll all into an interpretation of
this very inry description it seems to be
settling down to the view that the colonies
tend to be producers of primary rather
than secondary products The arguments
which are being used to mould U
ion appear to be following two main lines.
First the colonies have a high claim for
development because they have long been
earning more for the sterling area than
they have been spending. The last bal-
ance of payments figures published in the
United Kingdom show that the liabilities
to the colonies and dependent oversea tor
rrtories had increased during ihe first half
of 1952. These liabilities which were
556 million in 1M8 had rwtched by tin-
end of the first half of 1(63 a total of
1.042 million. It must ho recognised that
the Caribbean colonies are not the largest
dollar-earners but they do contribute
-towards the increasing liabilities shown
to the colonies in the last balance of pay-
ments figures. The contribution which
the colonies and dependent overseas terri-
tories are making towards the balance of
payments position of the whole area make
their claims for development obvious Bur
there is a second reason w iich is being
recognised in Great Britain
The figures issued by the Board of Trade
for October show that of the 12 million
increase in United Kingdom exports to the
sterling area in October compared with
the overage for the third quarter no less
than 9 million or three quart):
shipments to the Colonies Even more
significant is the fact that whereas export*
to the sterling area as a whole were 14**
million below the monthly rate in the firs*
half of the year exoorts to the Colon!**
are runninu about 5 million above
The British West Indies are listed af'or
Malava. Britiih West Africa and British
East Africa as sharing in the increased
shipments. On the other hand there is an
indication that the Colonies are beginning
to be allowed to spend I greater part of
their earnings.
The development of Commonwealth re-
sources may be expti'trd by the Colonies
to mean the development high on the list
of Colonial resources, Bui even when
this interpretation i [iven there
mains the questions; what colonli
if the Caribbean, w
One aould hazard i ianj
this connection but It should *"' OOViOUl
that the claims "i African and Asian coin
nies will rank more highly than those of
the Caribbean (with the cxceptloi
ly of British Guiana and British Honduras)
because those counti reater re
sources awaiting development. A more
profitable line of enquiry might be to try
and discover how the proposed machinery
for development of Commonwealth re-
sources will work. In the linance and
commerce section of the Times of Decem-
ber 12 it is pointed out that the United
Kingdom has been investing some 150
million per annum on the average in the
Commonwealth in recent years "and this
has exceeded her actual available surplus.
yet she seems to be "Xpected to do more".
Much it seems is expected of a new com-
pany which is to be formed to promote
development in the Overseas Common-
wealth and Ihe Colonial Empire. The list
of names of those who are to put the plan
into effect is very impressive but the
greatest financial and industrial genius In
the world cannot produce savings for de
velopment if they are not there. Toe sum
total ol iteriinfj funds available for devel
opment of Commonwealth resources will
be limited by the amount of savings and
the surplus m the balance of payment)
One of the objects of the new company
ought to be of special interest to Barbados
in view of the proposal in the Five Year
Plan to create Development Board. The
new company will assist through its par-
ticipants and contracts in providing ready
access to British industrial commercial and
financial experience.
Barbados might be better advised to
make use ol the facilities which are to be
provided by the C >mpany instead of
creeling ai ., .pment struc-
ture which could onl\ In- staffed by some-
one with mud experience than thai
available fur the pi ,_.,.
At thi itage the full si
new company cannoi l* ippreciated, and
the rnning ol dew
wealth resource* alsu awaits interpreta-
tion but the main factor affecting both is
obvious. There is a shortage of sterling
for such development.
seawell
IP THERE is one saying which might
be said to have guided Barbadu,
many years it is the saying that "too much
praise makes Jack a dull boy" It is there-
fore a rare occurrence when an individual
can obtain whole-hearted approval from
the community. What is true of individ-
uals holds good of departments. One has
not got to think very hard to dis<
once the names I three h Equi
men! departinesua wind, ate in one way
Of other the object ol publu oj private
criticism. These things are natural and
not at all typical only of Barbadians whose
tolerance in these matters is far greater
than those of many other people. Whereas
criticism of government departments is
nearly always necessary at some time or
other in accordance with the saying which
seems to influence Barbadians greatly
there are occasions when a word of praise
for good work ought to tag spoken
doubt there have been many good things
performed in Barbados during recent
months and no doubt quite a long list
could be made by individuals with inside
knowledge of what has been done But far
too little praise has been given to those
who have transformed SeaweU Airpott
from a rather shabby collection of sprawl-
ing huts into the tidy and well arranged
airport it now is. The terminal building
in some respects offers better facilities
than arc provided at the much busier ter-
minal building in Piarco and the waiting
room for passengers awaiting inspection
by the immigration and customs officials
is perhaps the best official indication to
the visitor that Barbadians are glad of
their presence here. The courtesy and
helpfulness of the officials employed at
Seawell increase the feeling of being wel-
comed The simple but tasteful furniture
and the photos which are hung on the
walls of the immigration waiting room are
attractive in themselves but the addition
of palms and ferns and poinsettia in pots
add a note of warmth and give a sugges-
tion of tropical colour. Outside the con-
necting porch which leads from the health
room to the immigration room is greatly
improved by the deep red bougainvillea
which under the tender care of Ml
Manning is tirmly establishing
Through the opening made by the porch
a garden of cacti and succulents, thanks
also to tin upervisjon. is becoming
an object uf attraction. In the grounds
too trees are being planted. The complete
renovation of the waiting room and bar li
the subject of much favourable comment
and there are no better parking facilities
to be found in the island than at Seawell
The authorities responsible for the im-
provement of Seawell terminal buildings,
waiting room and parking apron deserve
full congratulation but someone seems to
have overlooked a clock. If there is one
at Seawell it is very effectively hidden
MW LOOK
11U NEW I to the Barbadian literary magazine Bim.
is a welcome ilgn that the editors of that
publication realise thai erttk
cover were actuated by a desire to see it
prosper.
Bim as man., rntics have pointed out bc-
EoM has suffered from an excess of fi Lend-
ly notices The desire to avoid hurting
anybody's feelings is firmly rooted in the
English character and it is not surprising
that overseas reviewers of Bim have been
so anxious to see it grow and develop into
B literary magazine of standing that they
have given it perhaps more praise than
would have been awarded to a similar
publication in England. Added to their
anxiety not t,( discourage the efforts of the
pioneers responsible for the publication of
liari readers find much more to
interest them in its pages than West In-
dians who have grown up amid the scenes
and -ituations which West Indian writers
depict "Every line written today" writes
' C Pearae In an interesting ana
1 rl gloria appearing in Bim
(I V.] 2 No | f Caribbean
Quarterly) '"if not llav Sfa copy and artifi-
cial journalism is important" Por even
when of inferior qualiu. [| is for Ihe read-
er another dav's journe\ on *> voyage of
discover^ into a strange little-known
archlnelfl sn eparated
I i colour, language at
graphical liatance and the reality of whose
ll masked In lamiliar" European
forms and framed within the aafd proeoe-
rdum of Coloiu.il <: vernmerit" Thsee ire
sentiment" which can be understood i>\ anyone
Wi i h i visited -i country I in
to got undai iti ikin to beer Lta heart
beating m Ihe pages <.f ., novelist 01 Vrritei ol
ifputati.m. Those who loVg reeling will at Ural
h an Introduc-
tion t .i new country with onthusuuun but
longer residence in a country oftM leads lo re-
vision of opinion and boohs or writing whirh at
rwaion appeared to he important to UK
reader low some or all of their appeal.
Good literature transcends national dtferenei
and no good literature has ever resulted from
gasing inwardly upon one self for inspiration
Not every Went Indian reader of Bim will agree
with ovary statement which Andrew Pear*.-
make* in the article mentioned above but he
make* it quite eleir that the reader of this maga-
zine has a right to 'look for an SOVaTH t
.ir-i. '
Weal Indian critloj or Rim and ion*
critics have. wnateW the methods ol i
idopted. always Insisted on thi- bask right. Tit.
change of
but it It a welcome sign 'hat the IdltOI
ol-tinatelv resist change ami in
only of accept inn praise hut ill
I
Bim'a pioneer status but who hope t<
attain greater maturity than it hai reached so
tar. If its sale* incrra- sue the
rover will have been responsible for attracting
several new uberiber.
BTXDAY, DF.CEMBLR 21. 1952
Sitting On The Fence
Bj NATHANIM. <,1 HB.N
What about bavin
ucj occurred to
a report by a London magutrate
i juvenile court*.
Of these the chairman
paid the fine ol a young tnug.
lied him a naughty little fellow
.iixl wished him a nap, -
ii [! aftssaaJ attitude
waids ll.uggn. "' I
right eilnilsil ttisea ifei
I lean one cosh
I 'he joiiy reatsvs
IS son# hints on how to
Bkafce the naughty liti
leel at home.
The Christmas tree should bo
hung with coshes, dagfll
bicycle chaine.
All crackers should be loaded
i ith small hand grenades. Thli
'light to make the Christmas din-
ner go with a bang (Ho. ha.)
On Christmas Ev<-
I, an old lag from Dart-
moor, should fill the c l h buy's
*torking with flre.irms. temmies
ind explosives for blowing up
smfes.
Clnistmns games should be
a ith marked cards.
Have plenty .f old

want ti
"
let him play with hi* I
H ivt an nmbulance
lake the old ladM
When the rash boy leaves, the
morning alter itoxing Day. give
Bttl l'i note and wish nim a
happy New Year
li he knock* you ensi
the cosh from the Christmas tree
and lakes the rest of your money.
/ou can at least tell yourself (if
ron IS over) that you have given
n poor little social misflt a hi.ppy
Ou kstss a
'..*. If you would rather have
a happy Christmas yourself, either
don't have the cosh boy. or hire
. .t boxer to on
one of the old lad*
My Heal Sell Bv Htl
Wuecn Lottie. The Davd Cat.
I am glad lo announce tnat. at
the rnormous. expense of 2 lb. of
la. iix.i and
s. hav* obtained I
..i ihe Ufa
Qttu Bm D< ..i Cai
Dustblna
Queen Lott.e | ,i;
S.U. an.l |a
most viviti. topical, and I
royal story ever printed, she will
write of her remarkable life frill)
Intimacy and frankness.
She will leU of
Her first romance vrttta Ike
lough, battle-scarred American
cm. Manhattan Mouser. and the
anger <>f local cats .t th U
I 'preaalon of Man-
MeaSer. "Althougn he
wasn't quite the gentlem.-
Say and reckle** and hi< whi-kers
were divine "
Th-- eeret atanbni tryst, when
The ^: user first declared his love
oung queen, and ho-.
*ie boxe The full and exclusive descr p-
UCn of Manhatt.
settor 'T-
ewan.)
The Metiati'i rent irk 1
-She's eeKatnty sal wnai and has the jwellest Intli
in the English speaking worl.i.'
Her grand toui il the tile* With
The Mouwr and how he tmight
her square dancifig on the rial
roof of T>u S.
What romance with l
Manhattan Mouser ml
younu and lieautiful girl. (This i*;
::mteed to be es
111 Baal self." bsjgnsn og i. ai
week, is the anthi i
narrative of a simple girl awed by
the whirlwind courtship
cinating. if unprincipled, hr-i !
To avoid disappointment, order
your copy in advance.

.: you are
not prot* foe honest

good value toi |g
M noi notked by Uwsa
our Bjgtti
I.



Ranby Lovely I

tvour.
. |. and without a thc^glil
of personal gain. pi
stiousa buttsi i
rations lor 283 pi
to praise or Main
with the same lations
cows she has done more than her
duty.
Yet fame h.o* COBM to her un-
sought. Photofi..;

bar iiiumpii.
If you do your duly
i bus Una Rani
) come to >ou as you si>
on your office stool. An.
manager may give you BOOtheJ
ledger to look
Although your (riumph will no
be phologuphi i
you. like Rand. !
the satisfaction of km<>' .
.:.'d even if. liki
wet) you get rv i
Virtus b III
Once auoted U
U -ie who a^k fi

"Are eertah) el nme sharp sur
pri-^s.
C'orVntmcnt with your 1-*"
a"ows
cows.
"And those who gnim'
and sneer
c.iii gei the hell riant
here."
And ilon't tors) I
To do your morning Htl
I..E..S

*ic*L\L4YS i. o.m mxrrm waaa
t every prln are
. : J l\IM -nd M-IK11-. f -U
storked ..l
UmS SHOP avwJef ft I
IN.- \n*wer l. Your < lin-im.v Tsble
\oi it i:
L
Our IIARDWARK Drparlmml will b* OPKN on
Siitiirdny 20th IH'cembcr unlil I p.m. as w* will be
clo.inii mi Saturday 27th all day.
WILKINSON & HAYNF.S Co., Ltd.
Succewor. To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
ihoiie it.:. i.,x;
r.i i i^m i il moICKs
A ^liserable riirislni.is,
By GEORGE HIVTE.
: Mr Gat's London A P. Her-
berl writes, "those of us who affect
pious discontent with the world
* we haVS it. and are inclined to
oubl whether we have made any
sal 'pteajroag1 wtttsta 'he last ren-
ury or so might ^tudy
ords (the proceeduiK- ol the Lon-
i Qg el ; t.ij and ti.i
with advantage "
fnlasted <>f Sn Alan's re-
mark while perusing Uh
>cwspaper for 1862 In an effort to
..hat Chrlstm;
I ior our ancestors in Barbados 100
.ears ago. It was not happy.
Cholera uas rasing throughout the
Caribbean and in Barbados death"
;r The Globe of Dec. 23 chronicled
:he following sad events- "At High-
-ate of vel'ow fever Mr. W. M.
French aged 21 native of Oxford-
shire, schoolmaster and catechist
during 15 months residence- ..:
Colly more Rock of yellow fever.
iLL Col. John Doyle O'Brien deputy
'Quarter Mister Genersl to the
1 Forces aged 45, leaving a widow
and five youne; children: at Hast-
ings Village o* vellow fever Mr*.
Hutton wife of-----Hut ton Esq. Mr
and Mrs. Hutton had lately ar-
[ rived here from Ireland."
I H a koing to be a thoroughly
I mlaarable Christmas for many
families. Tne Gin,.* in lt main
reflertcd UU
gloom which had bcev.
the dcntii of 1 Wi IIiiik-
[ton. "Ti. ill be one
...

i tarings with it wo fear we cannot
l venturi to tv ,- thi I u
i dear nlntlve whose i Leaving with youth and -
'it losuj Ufa .
| estiva beard
I joyous mirth an I
ly circle oi
jlar previous occasions will be
missed in more than "lie domestic
home; whilst thi- reflection ti it
I the enemy yet lurks amidst us
[cannot fall to operate a great
[drawback on scores, nay hundreds
, of others who grs wont On each
iieturn of the period to the gler-
ome tide of gay rejoicing which
[ sweeps the declining year towards
| the ocean of the past and along
with it the m my can
potntments nnd eke which marn d
But the real horror lurked at
'CB. There at anchor in Ihe open
roadstead of Carlisle Hay -when
it Is an lmpo**ibllit> lo fumigate
ij- overhaul here and close th n
bore where from whatever cause
there Is a local influence predis-
posing to fever" rode the unhappy
ship of war Dou-iiie**, with six-
teen officers and 70 men victims of
the fever. The Globe thought it
not presumption to iugwt*l th.it
lit be run imn-.edi^teU In
some port where she can be placed
on dock or alongside a wharf and
ed to put .ish'ti- ivi ry
soul now on hoard <>f her when
this can lest be done whether ;.:
Antigua ni Bermuda or elsewhere
I '
The atmospheie ol dea'h was
reflected Lo the list of books adrei-
Uscd bv Win. Diuiitto on Docen.-
ber 23ru Promlmntly d.splayiv
was Heavenly Recognition or snal'
we know our friends in Heaven
Also Ccpl&nd's State of the Soul
after Death. Heaven or the Sainted
Dead .Baxter's Saint: Everlasting
Rest. Drew on Immortality of the
Soul Rev John KlanvUTs Mourn-
ers Companion. Bu&he on the Pre-
wrvatlon of the Body. Gilbert
West "The Resurrection" and one
for the anti-Papists "The Findins
Out of th- atjoratan F"x "
I winder how much comfort
readers of these \olumcs derived
from the notice li the I.
December 27th ab. ut "Mi. How-
*ucecdateum for fill-
ing decayed teeth I aw ever largr
the cavity." Not mach 1 should
n:iiigine, despite the blurb about
the patronage it recened from th'
Queen ar.d Ptini
ears that a
' ll oxa 1 OS Will lie
sold on January I
place, price per lb IT' .
quarters
quarters.
Quarantine regulaUone must
have bevr i
In a harbour in which there were
:s. schooners.
- '- V
rent. St Lucia, Tuniiia
Domlnli .i. Nor-
folk. London. Demernra. Grenada
Tobago. Orinoio. Hermo-
! .i Island. Patago'ii.i. Nan
Y ek, and Plymouth.
North Carolina.
There werr efforts of course to
rhear the people up. A full coluroa
sdvcrtlsemciit on page one of the
Globe of December 23 proclaimed
the benefits to be derived Iroan
f>r. Leldy's Sarsapai ilia Blood
Pills and his only. "Be not pet"
suaded," our Brief stricken ntu-rs-
te.rs wen rrafd "Ihal other
Sansacarilln blond pills ere the
same as Dr Laidy*i Put. drink
and live as usual
usual oecupntion whilst taking
them without fi ai 11 inkina rold
Our llYailYi-v Sat;
}f>'iiit.riiit Fiintl
;\. uh Uater, The .v-
SIR.The Meil
n the Ebcneier Clrvuit present
Ihelr compliment' of the sea-
on and wish lo inform the
public of their grateful thanki
"or help and c>-oper.iti.i- v
C n Tearwood of I i
tweeds t
Hi .ut re u h) i <>t n
Ben school. He totlKl unrtln-
edly as Teacher, Social w. kei
\*
We have op ned :i fund lor
.i'ii" foim of McTooriel and de-
ne help Ponaliersl may be
ent to the Henri Teacher Shi-fu-sbury Bovs School or to
the Minister.
S WINSTON C. CROSSE
Po Ifte taster. The Advocate,
SIR.in just a few days and
nrobably ihe most exultjnd flu
f the rear wUl have made it*
Christmas, brinuint
w uh n n". many arlahei
I Hid tn'ro-
' I
.1 ir doors to

hsjerful i'
-
'
The mo

dh the !
surprising I
aacta .t inanreUoua occasion.
ikht to be siiper-
;-repare so lat I
a single day. but those i I
sh;r a mce
hiak more deep!) ai Is
oiCji axtanahrfl preparations axe
""ide If Christmas day were
sperd h ui othei dJ^. if there
were no n ..: tn>n and
n relay, -there would be
and its signiile-
a gtlly lost, so
that the twi.iy-rifth (25th) day
at v- hiW erne and o
ltd a would to :
wa Ihe day on which
sil ol 'he world WS
born. It I onl) the Blind of ,.
niggard that .lerom-nodates iuch
l i
itvjty, To disregard the oalebra-
: ,.n. ihanksfi.ing, and munid-
clehcs Ural *.*hi istmas imposes, on
j^. would be to deviate from the
oe a of trad tteu an i to dimie-
i.h the dignity with which the
dny had been CtW
However some of us really do
enjoj ouiaasvaa, though too often
we allow our enjoyment to go to
the ejrti'eine Mi
commonly known |
quantities of rum or some other
relatively strong bevari
the/ become
ana of eat
is then restrained and m -ch
discomfer'


rlnjj great
Sant.i ctam The
myaUcal a
enough for the ehO

I. be soon s>r la%
tien Of the child Is startled to
vkefulnass, and he begins to
i
reail) not the
he (Santa-Clausj had been
(bought to be.
Nature too. s"cms to play her
pail in i .ippronii
of Cartem I Bow -
mon prettily Ihe v Ind blow i
more lustily, a
eares ai we n (real tag
hearts of men and take their
place, and the S
IS tO U'hnld
with all
air efn i orNHaney

serooge-llke hcjrt and
to greet so memorable a dar.
Yours faithfully,
FRANCIS .lEMMOTT.
S,il.,r:-* Ri'tmrl
T,'[hS Edttor. The Advoeal.-
si" The fact cannot
rimcnt this island is aware of the ex-
hlgh cost of living and1
'
Barbados.
asgaer


(Hiring all kind-, of weather.
Do not gripe the stomach am
bowels."
Ml l W. King of the Baxters
, .i ,
I Vers of Soldier Bread
Ulalnablc :it I rents per lb. nny
were informed by v
'"til in ttie Q
regard lo cleanliness as it shall l-
ept free from bodily pei
i can be inspect-
ed at any lime Industi
had reached Trinidad iwfore 185:
;>nd ihe Crugar and Lei.*...
hocoiate works in Port*

inepaied In Trinidad toi
-ale in Barbados and .
Vanilla No. I was sold at 60 cent
per ib, and No. 4 at 20 cents. The
length of ladaei dresses may b'
gauged from ihe advertisement oi
Crossbar dresses 8 yards each 1
was fortunate for the poor bread-
winners In those days that thi
prices ranged from 07 cents th
pwardJ, although there i
no indication that llie -l.
the tlrolte Of the upward. Ther
was a constant .supply of ready
thing for men IndudUU,
"paletpts, blouses, coafa
black cloth pantaloons of new
^vle and well D
hand." Men's Pans hats could b<
I f 90 cents up to $5 each
New family beef of superior qual-
ity had just landed In time So
.
One hun-
OtUae -of butter
and then
were ioo boxes t tirst uioii;v
.
For those who .mild .i.

i arnpers of
F. n g 1 i
'! of van

nds fur Xma
bloom raisins in i
'.itrcdients (or
ll accord-
ing to tne
the Globe of Decembe.
11 -id have
spent the Joyful teason In IR53
- Ith a co]

Dbtalnad from Wm. Orumm's
i'. n the Annual
Bazaar in aid of the Uiriles Asso-
ciation for the relit f of the indi-
gent glck and infirm > i
poned until Fehnurv 1833 It
must h.i\i- beea i
one hundred years ago in Barba-
t ..I ..ii & l.uieii
Hankies with
\our initials,
hoxed or sold
individually.
I Ions -
itnMc or
Plain
White or Colours
::ii in wide
at M.37
Always un .n.i-1
in i' :' llappynap
Nurser\ Squares
S7.64 dor.
It',S"'a wonderful gift

Globe-Trotier is
Air-Tra%*el l.n;;..i..,-
in Suitcases &
llnnrllrtinlts < / >
S21I.I9; Trunks S52.75
Da Costa
& Co., Ltd.
DEMOCRAT
Joys with
GOODARD'S
GOLD BRAID
RUM
SO ttKIHK VUV F.AKU TthMOKM*
1 TURKEY
l>/> /-' BOTTLES OF
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BKAID ltl\l
<\n mm ma or mc tm
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I


SUNDAY DEI I MBKR 21. 1952
SUNDAY \h\iK ATE
PAC.I NK\fs
On hl loitf royaffc across the

ens and rtudui'i
hM I * reek '..
island of Bar?*.:
Havinjt t*
[little island, wtUi
I trance of tin m% cut
itTjfc* fur our nurses and
and this we
work was quickly d
help of the abuntl.u.
When It Wl !>'!'!
atured it in u; !ieinB
pur last job. And .>. we w
anchor, hoisted
pur course for Barbados, leaving
Bernardo (according to hla own
desire) behind us. We h-d b it
de*rees to the kouth
fine running <>! < D
pstward. St. Ihico lying hi 15 and
irbados in 13 dtgnm and 30 ,
Inutes to the northward <
A TRIM" V EXACT
HISTORY
Of the Illand of
BARBADOES.
By RICHARD LI CON, Gem.
Four Merry Gauchos at Sea
Hi uit"iiiu<.jiurlM h. I rn< ,!,. I riluirti (Arlliur Ift.trki t I.I/-I

thai
There are seven more island
Which an- called tin- .
tape Verde, viz. St. Mlehn
Vincent*. St A:.'
Bravo. Foo and Soil some al
avhich are much .
0> considerable as St. I ago.
i As we lay at anchor .
Wane of the l*i
E revived, between the sun and us,
e island called Fo#o, erUch mu
at such a dutaiu-e Uui
ind gross, some thin and pr<.............
Dd rolled about with great a/a lay a waeaji a iih the boots-
Thai Sun than a
_ there far brighter than with us 'he rtmt sirfit at Iha island Ot
. ...land. cauaedsuchglort- Barbados. He said I
Si ous clours to rest upon those '
I -;ble t0 be 0 '
believed by those who ban
tnagination Itanw
so great a beauty.
aaoa is that the near"

we are in that n
ttw ma and those stars
'hii'h move in thai
B|f IAN GALE
It has happened to people he-
compart
1
Batch Gnneho ami

on a long cruise ao
Ihood, he says, be
Ing to do with
d and cam i
with Um mall i la Pro-
rum, UmHtmj peaci
I and pfofantt) roufsdod
ao."
When

ha tefl Buaaot
h< found If a Otl (iauchn
.-.; ,. I-.
t had waa fun aM

oaga,

i
before
our
Utfultwas, I d
m n the wa air, erinteh was a
COUpla Of very f;it hens. We got
ta them as
ould duKwrn it all day till
.'-'.- *" ."" d!sl?,ie5: The proof of this 1 found *?.**" " ncor our w'"hwi nar"

ttrposed between the mi . atari llia, H|l.
we sav. it perfectly shaped tiki p ir lateja and bright to us in
half of a sugar loaf; the upper i. Men here.
Soir ev.n and In the midet of do not ot
top of that a itnolb I
hinii from which we guaatad there
took its name. called Auriga near the I
About the lOtr- of August Wa *atoe' <*** In England I have
i our,
tit out to sea. and as we tailed.
W* left the island on our 'tarboant
gftde
nisht*. But at that distance,
could
The I
Of this happy Island, the
itlful 11
in.i- .'.'. '": Wtal being in ItaeU \
ar ly beautiful, waa best discerned
iftdjgad *' whan our eyes
UM difflculty of re-
Iha ..r m~
In aacfa port Uribuni
[tended 11 alae man
came in sight BU" Africa, thr\nigh
the to Suei and

Si '"' Thara wa n tiie high large ***'.
1C|- l ',.! i,.n, i..< ...ih ti...ir E.d. '">ing t
Ha than i braca '!
if* of iniuiuhus, so ho
sailed (i .1 for San
lake most ngHI
ii
UAUCIIO under
d. lor me ^ca there was so rocky Au-tga ,,t Barbadoai '"it the,, so '"' without H would scorch and "V'' .'" > * tnrougn nuko uia oT imica nis* hand niate- t
t the bottom and p.. an U more dry away, ao thai bountj and '' k>'":'" ___ rial, and hi i enlivened his ffl!3?.S^^rhK^inlhK
ck toRt-ther. i than i can. goodnoM In mm and gTatafulnasa ^m.pfHni, ,h,p w^1*1"*" narrative with ..
Iiey cut the cables Off l .V(. , ,lllkr ,, un,!,, ul,,, h Uu.nlm. nu* hi- MW. h*a pi-l, l..i lat who were.
Stchor. and^olheor,', | .sh.d. ottwrwaw would *-> "'" ",; "" pwn .^MD-'*h ',' ,,. ">" ..r 1. -. I.I. f. .sh.ft for tlu-iii.
fcft at the bottom. Than iMai it oaarar ha empty and waata; ud truly conujUta with radio and ciiarti- ^. sclve Thi
Ktobtnanwbc I --^ ...... .,.. m,y teach both 'h* ,J .""'|uu\"' ''f un-tabie exeii.1.....i.....sco.
i"* p '" ,. Sf^ET tonUtd paopla waa a aariouathraal
w*y n ii iwo aneiior^. ( ^ f ^ ^ cioaturea what It i^ thol makes *' ,v mtthodi which ,,. |U,
From this island to Bar! n Iha night, having utTwaaltn bvuiv ind ill bar- '""ll "' "'" ^ "i ""* "l,",l* to praaerva a t.,bli^hm.-nt of nrgamsr.1 Polka
We account 62U koUttt lb] l IOr two hours or so.ghat monv in that I-eviathan a well Ik,vi' ,ho Admiral's moral prob- *""' "f u""-v "' common war- forcea , i i ,. was due
r the constancy of the t a clouda am In a At no- twined commonwealth whan ba nob Mambaa "' " Colontal toa well JuatlBed fear on the part
Which blow seldom In an] Iha beams which tha mlghtv men and rulers of tho ot n,v : "* frr- ; racruitnienj and .1
Emt than north aatat and by < ot ihrowina rha Oataanal raataa i an later-
ay nave usually ggilad H n >- .-e them riom v''".......' "? can bumdly ^W>lating ,. caraaa In iha pMinK lin,| iiHdrucUvi book, and
sen or scventcei: days, : b""' '" '*>e night. Hut ha-ms. whilst thev retnbute their ifinore them, knowing full well "I'"I roUce Bl nlca -h ,,,- author*!
the tana ot tha Tonado whan tha JKL'.^ faithful ohadlanca to *f* **y " *** ''"' Brltlah
tnds chop about Into thi
it wo were somew ha t
' passage and mad
though there be clouds foe t
on, but only such
that are in an ant:!.
nty-two days, though '" l-
many who have made it to a D
longer lime- For dun
nado season, the clouds inter- In our horll
thick and darken iii< sky, and among them one which
erva thgen In all lust commands. *
And botl
and mulually in lova, which la a^j
hoco,^, ,,,,, up ,,,M|;, '....... M ^ .,
From Ban s..h...i.., Um) m to

decay and dm
I
ts dr.
"' .....' """"' STtSAmtU Ih. w. i In.
.,.:., d,M- Gaurho itdually stopped nt
the cooking tfian-< InUwCola ,n. ,.,... ,.,,., ,.(ui ,hin, with
1 ..... Ihtm urbon Ihej
"''"' .....I i ' cola......' MhnlnlMa
Kill.,I wind, u-,.1 i. bo , . .,,,...... h ,,,., ,n
I in Kmeti.Ti towoRU Ih cad ,,. i uul Ihcj look nuiiiian
at Ih.- lOlh rctitn
l.l, l,
un extern that . .......
Hi- la moke any ..... .. ., :,|mo,t "' ...liven. roplonlch her unki "with fuc hut
Horthnlghtlnwthrr A .Ilk ml... "'" dtotanc. "t ,;, au....., , ,,' ^
-Bdoubuiuofoun.utudcd.r.2 ..... "-''>, ';. '.>;' SodSd!"
not make the In-.t II..... ol UMtn polnl at '.^""ij'"" waa the form ol tho ul,.,|.. ., flj.
* fear or allpplnB the ,,i0.|. u tho palnttn "'"f Jft.f'S^.SJ* "*"5 TIU. I. not MttolW eruMlui
aaP^lTCTsMiifW^mJliS ,'""1 "' r" I* 1'u"' fn>sh lllr i w
Biiiuiiru.iini.siTirtM'i otir-.r^t-- .,, ..,i_ ,.. _ ,, ,. ,,nit ,.,. ft,..i II... .a Tl. ,,,u"1"'
rhr -.irepinK aaaaaMag ji aafki, f,,
nayaaaraHfcathalaMhag waaoa n,,,,
ralaaMni slrrrU for fourterii ,lf Ul( ,
fag haW i innre DRI
inflttanca than
i particular < oncentlon
i its run tlon
O tile East of tli
fall back again l
Upon it at 13 d
ut.
tha fo<
vl and then ^\^'^ ^^ Ptant5ionV"o.-, 'i^.k';;;,: "on. ^ ; ao-al Mire he Hf fharle.
rlue lat.tude (i(, .,lr (|1 1|( ,||(. rncin]l, ,,. that the most Inland *?nrir% 'V*"** ' '
md 30 mln- evening at ai And this P"s are not barred or rtfftnlfrtd lllls '' ;i lll,oK "''' CWy polloa-
rnd loss much f)ir piaaaura. '> Uharthw of their view of the "l-"1 w<" w-"" ;
a tirie. lAinn wa i hw tha laland, Now aa iv thoaa who live baliaau Th.-.-mti Jeffries,
any i.me-, we ran h To inform my-elf. the best them and It
ml ling upon tha Lawn ind I : ind. * i Id
an the night with which (hi- B
car Mexico is well '.,r.d Ship's ...
In this long reach, (which m 1 1,1,l log line, together with the '"' hwe the other. 111:.
ho califd itselfi I had lately bulkllnga, which
fjly two thtatgi to make I useful instrument the "^^fd us_ a large proporti
ifj in-. in iniorm ui/acu, (he U<"I on-io ana n.
I Id of Iho account the ... ,[.,,,,.,1 rmm .led
B ites bent .if lit* r";- '" r' '" '-he ''"'" "'
| .,;:.":. Sd Nora the plantations appear to be *?&j*Vf SLn^hunS
.,. ond loff line ttictlo. win. ih,. " ''"-v. the other, like several '" '" '""""' "r !'> hungt r
auaad
kntlng and belt
g them that their
an I
i- ,-
uasive language we could
'"tent the iiiM.-ti u* u i.irge proportion - t----- -------
Short. One w '" by which we know to <>' daUgftt So that we begged of ; "I'l""1 "' "l-""'^ ".
Bvbutina luda wo are In U* m-.-te, to take down those of lhc moo,hl ""<* moat
EtovUw ,vl::,;: : ;'. '.- ; -'ujhal is as * 'SStTJfigT* ^^
haautv of them lo u.hi.K ,.- <,ul lnp Longitude as perfec: n order that wo ',' ." '" J T".
Kcctaof Sere,. W1, -i might guide a ship, that t,..ght not be deprived all of a h >. put
IS toh bit.ns JthJ.* .\ ",lM b,:' k"" eeount Wtm Ol > dtfM we were all so
deir^'iooithe;?:,^^^^ : * * gT-t plra.HHl With.
t 'he ti
a
o either i-oleean never ]any Dut our cattle and horses (.....
, ,," _" n of our company ap- were under thatches and thcre-
_,.,. ., 'v '"mado i piled theanaafvoa very dilllgontiy, fore no partners of toll
wiui tiu*e or that latitude where tor tha n I lorwaxdn having devourad all of their
WO were. The cl ;,. his skill to nil Quit now ready to
nale rflala Bay.
Which Is the I-st in UM
found riding at anchm
22 good shl|Hi with boat! l'l>in>.
to uiMt fro which had oars and
lie, and which carried coinmo-
ruup
dltlaa from place to place.
i iimeroua as I i
tha brldga at London.
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Ladies' Canadian
Shoes
in White Xuhuck. and ureen or Rru
Snakesltin ,-. L.i, ankle straps
tn ICed Iuh cut court
u\ well as several othr style* with
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I |rif-cs lli.il i.iiiimiI lie Im-.*I'ii
NTj Blue Sued.N. I'., u I. Suedes, and While
Nil hinl. in low ful court style, uith closed loes
and harks.
While Nu-buck anil Klaik Suedes wild ( iiban Miyh
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in* md l*bmi.\a.<> .; -*J t* m
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all ihe dillcieiue la lhc wuld."
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f ANAIHAN I'K'Nir HAMS DCl I:. .. 1.54
I \N1SH BONEUES8 COOKED HAM per 4-lb. Tin 5.6S
DUTCH COOKED SHOULDER HAM H Tin_____. 4.
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I1AI.LANT1NKS WHISKY per bottll ..... 5 00
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f AGi: FIGHT
SUNDAY ADMK \T|:
SUNDAY. DKll.MHI
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3V(errie DQmas
IMenU "f .mm| fare
nil xMftlnc mad* ra-%
rn vkm ro r.As
JaA?ifi^^veuMm.iiY^
WITH CASHMERE BOUQUET FACE POWDER
/
SoM ra.ru<,
* Dalicoiely p*
To .
Healthy, happy tamilin rake ENO'S
" Iran Sail'. Pleasant, refreshing
' Iruit Salt" is the gentle corrective
most of in need to keep the sy-tcm regular. ENO'S is ptrttadtrii
^litablcforctuldrenandtoranyunewithadclicaiestoinaeli. I-NO'S
safely relieves over-acidity, a most frequent cause oj indigestion,
heanburn anVI Matulcnce. If soothe* and settles the vionuih upset by
unsuitable food or dn;ik. A UaUi .it ENO'S at any time of day makes
a sparkling, invigorating heallh-dnnk. Keep ENO'S han.lv I
Eno's
Fruit Salf
m
sn:r.i tii.Y
Hit OMH *DU
ha IBUOI i W wtion.
ex HtamoMt
II UK WF notoMnoH, hi
JtaM in bolll** for
r*.**...-..- -..
%^cweyoursel
i3**
kzen
> you'll be one of
a wonderful twosome.
You'll both be in the best
designed, best looking.
belt wearing swim wear
you've e*er seen. For
Jantzen has something.
And you can have it, too.
II you shop soon.
Gtert
FREE YOURSELF j
i I
from the
BONDS OF
CONSTIPATION
with
MORSES
ftWli /Sal*'' 3p. Jflk
W *ijjr* dC*-."1" -V Pv-L' cy
i*#8 a Hf
^^n> 1 Lawta ^naw*- clip
' m Ik
Talk, Talk, Talk
/* Jaftes So finer ITo/y/s 7b '/>//
Sc/i /In Old Story;
(ABOUT MARRIAGE. I MEAN)
rAMIIOM'.'lt l\ IIIMMIV
by IMMIOTIIV livilkliv
These Details Make News
INDIAN
ROOT
PILLS
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ail " -.. Brt" wHI -' |
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TRUSTED MHCOT
^I^WMlftwn |
LONDON.
nothing extreme about
the new fashioi. .v, art I i
tendency to show ijK
by historical costume, i
are mostly following familiar line:;
carried over from last sermon
But there is nnw dW
plenty. Consider the sheath dr^ss
illustrated. it new details'* The
round. U-shaped neckline, the
tlnv nip sleeve*, and thr nanri-
<*m broidery. Trip BJsrarrMl
grey tropical-weight araratM
Silk prtotsj are u-i. k again In
"modernistic" designs, they will
be worn tor next year's MS
for Ascot an Garo.ii Partfc md f< e
imdar turni.it - n .

Many of rhe Bilk : lifts combine
"hf. middy jaifcc! and Brm sheath
dress. The dress hnr eih, r .'
strapless tap or halter ncekltne
The middy jacket will by no
means be that choice of everyone.
There ana alternative- ?h< miilrh.
ing tailored jacket, the mUrMtanj
lK>len>. and thr ("uine'e jacket a*
Uuatrated. This latter
that will l>e .-opie-t everywhere,
tha material rttnaen dept-m' oaj OB
11'.....ii aiul clinialr.
Fashion slynposts flrot
riltiftUtlR
Circular stole*they bo on over
the head1 and tie looeely round the
shouldersmatch worst*
for day. silk wits for afternoon.
VaTOOOMI arc worn on the auifa
hlp-pockct, nut on the lapel. And
(hit. ysail they must be glant-
lied. -Jtar-ahapod hi rhlnest'.;.. -
New way with Mparati
lit shantuiur.
('tun*';*'
collar, aix-inch deep stiff rufls
taaaaMd witli fi^ir iil,n k buttons.
This is partnered by a vrepra
while hoi .
Thee I
mj" -.huwing* i"
Thtt A^ek. in one '*!-
lection. I aaw Victorian criaoHne
evenlnf shirts. E4(wardi.in-ln-
fferency
Pluck" suits with cul-aw.iv ink.:
nst coats;
fend the lP*s look llnj i
in the mkk
taunlnf) i' I
iner'. c :Hnt
Nmw Liiok MM
avjajBjnv I
Two nW colours wer# on dW-
p'ay this ^^eckimperial violet
BtOaM nn i 'I been mndc up In
' D. Ttrorue
i tlery. indudini! enrrlnRs
jind neeklfecea, hud been specially
!; i
evening Urtki
dbu members of
Dm London Modal iimisc Group,
Starke hnd a considerable bade
with Com ftinitm
.n lui boutique
will be OH Bait t" anyone, not
KCtaatTfe i"hcntle.
Pipe Lines
tvle troua-
or with tapered legsare draw-
ing: women al -'II shapes, sizes
I ;-
F.i%l>ion < olmirs
ad -.i Bm
arid i-i "I'.imn'f
n

loins tlia
'-
v .. il]. are to be
aecn onl>
pajai ol the gloai
I !. ilicy ;ip|M>ur
... '
ihaiiku
...
i peiaad. to
in current
ms.

Ibind-Strt'et .store
. i ., weak
.!!> train kf-
ipeHnea are meant for
home tfU ] I I
B many women con-
.iii.ii | II --k.ns

..u* lallinn for
them Two reasons why they
Uhi aaal On those with trim
figures, they look sophistnater'
r- i -, M nought
i inaterinls. m I
,initation Is-- p^rd-sfctm
Ovtueiis buyers and provincial
nndi aantry hop! ttnush. are -tilt
L.E.S.
By EVE PERRICK
WOItUS, words, words, words.
Words printed on the dossiers on
-covered -tables.
Words whining through the mi-
.- before each ut Boa
commission members and the
witnesses. Words being scribbled
down frantically by a d)
looking stenographer.
The 20 members of the Royal
Commission on Marriage and Dl-
VOteaj have passed the tirst anni-
versary of their founding, arm
an* approaching tha 40th public
session in the oak-panelled, ffreen-
turtained room in the buildinji
where once upon a time Mr. Sid-
ney Stanley bees me headline
news.
fUfeat until Thursduy. when
Dr. Marie Staves was the star
turn, the proceedings there had
nothing of the excitement or sur-
prise value of the Lynskey Tri-
bunal.
Ninety witnesses have answered
about ihe issiusorande
they have submitted. They assort-
ed lords, ladles, magistrates, doc-
tors, bni' (User public
vho comprise the rom-
nusaiun have read through hun-
dred* of documents.
They have lasaatwd IB tall
woo and cries of horror uTOaB the
people determined to get then
word in, and the crackling of
toffee papers from one regular
attender In the public benches.
They have heard about tha
hard tunes at wivi-n t'essrlcd by
T ..n.-min.u'.i rnen, the dangeT-.
i- to home life.
hhe plea that husbands should
be forgiven just as little Inlldel-
ity. and so on, and so on. Thev
have heard nothing that isn't as
.rrtag*.
loi happani to be the twelfth
i iv.il i .inunission ^et up to delve
into something, or other m the
past live years.
One bright day someone Is
t-i.tng to appoint a Royal Com-
aM M BO]......oimutsions
Biayraphy
^- NOW the Italian illm industry
Is becoming sn Hollywooden.
tnd "ftlelal hlot'raphtes stnrs are. of course, l>ri>
l | ihe -tudlos in the same w.iy
Aim i ican companies
Ifowever, the iJitln flan for
flambcyance dies hard. So ape
et this revealing information on
(iina lAilsMitde:
Her film OfefesB
?he was offered I feMD par! H
which she had to Itox tn i
thl male star This
with such vigour that he fell flat
on BOI faee. and Ginn went
up so much in the estimation of
the) director Ihnt she won role
in hi* next Illm."
Second lady to tell the hOW-
|-drl-it t.,!r IftMecarde Neff. of
Germany, who arrived 1"-" from
Hollywood this week
Miss NefT, say her el
bl so different. Wh>, he even
wrote her own biography. T
quote Muss Neff on Miss Neff:
"She has had so many fright-
ening and (treat*
hn that an unhappy marriage did
n N tlnow her.
"Because of all <>.<
through, lbs
a fine human being with an in-
terest in people more than self
Gsrbo. Belte Uavk.. or

in bad people and the bad in good
people.
*W,th Hildegarde. it doesn't
have to be black or wtatk
be grey and In a variety of
shades.'1
Unerkan rhythm bands
are diluting their miv U
mambos, rumbas, and sambas
ith thai old Valentino *ons>
and-dance.
In fncr. nimKi-king Ros (Ed-
mMRde) hosnaatf

tango tut "Luna
Roaa" and toe "IHue Tango"
Ibr evary raqta t he gets for the
shuffle-be rl Be think',
the current rra/e has somethmi*
to do with | vetum to the lea
and "M
H.ili-n.Hii dancing teacher Eve
TyngaU--MnsMai says she think
we are all gelling "'sloppily sentl-
mantal >boul everything these
days, and tangos match tha naOod."
Tin-Pan-Alley suggest thai
dance fads follow song snfrraecn
and ihat Use man. bh
. .'.
I^rev <\adrrson, composer of the
"Blue Tango', and ihc new
catCDy littlo number called (1
think) "PUnk, PI
the postage-
. i id doors of the nlghl
clubs do not make good
grounds for the step-step-slcp-
STOP movement, and th
.He better nets for palais patron-.
view, I And them much-more
thai (>oi-
Miapinr. routine the Bill
p for ail othei
South Amei
,l. imi i:t i-
o maga-

in cofonn hrom Wlverblo to
rlrr.lh of Sprine

Wiserrack
j, uii KBDC81 i inks of
uttered at fe lilerar
lunrhcon hv Bevrlev llaxter. re-
proving playwright Peter t'attnev
for sticking to a serious set speech
I making one M D
usual impromptu and far gayer
Saul Mr. Baxter.
ware speaking for
posterltj hW Ilka you '
Wooing The World's Sweetheart
Don't let that
COLD take hold!
lust a few drop* of Vspcx on your
handkerchief, an J on your pillow
at night, will clear the head in-
stantly. Vapcx relieve your cold
fro m i h> n r i deep brea I h you take.
Vapcx i* highly
economical, and
I'lrJ'iiu to um.
Alt'*
***i, '-h.ln
ntln'A.M
ntratcd.
t I I t*S CVLDS Qtm AI >
fj
t fm1m i it/ Thorn f-Wj I tM ff.Smrf
Not so long ago travel was alow
and laborious, and \-
ontined to the leisured rieh. ami
I those who had to *> abroad ubout
j their legitimate business.
| In the lust haif OM
ver travel conditions have bean
revolution!/I'd, and with the ad-
vent of quick and rontfortaMo
Air service, roupled with ml I I
lie whole
world rsfel i-vi.me ti.,
An ti.tvei has made it iHxksUilii
;to hop from one side of the
arid to the other in a matter
I of hours, and hop people do. All
this Is everyday km
' Rut what is not always real-
'i thai < .it. wa are
loiisiantly on each oil-.-
I *teps, which puts every country
m the world on its toes,
I Where before conn" |
ii.-n paoplee could slop about ui
I ihe privacy of that] own back-
yards a.s it were, now they have
ino prtjiaey, but are liable to i*
i under the critical eye of over*
Isoee visitors at any tgete
' Now this intorehange of peo-
|ples. this closer ralatlorifehin
, with other -ountrles is acknow-
i lodged to be good in the spreud-
. Ing of world peaca,
, culturally, and in the -
! Trade, and the taofl that Tourism
the vorid I



11. nsgeai
' irld wide
oDrnpatftton H
that niu i
!.- won.
Even
wealth ..i d cultuial
ifMEM d uffffl i serves out
to amo the i" v
them eel welcome.
i ugf we In
emo have
ng \ apt otu
ttons. We have to In doubly on
' and the chief respon-
..ii! lie wtfh tha
Hotels of the i.l.md.
Now it h Bo) '". .is. -1 COO>
dilions thai havaj .:,.,:...I. Iivnu:
MaiKi.tni.' i:.i\,- .... La o*/nd In
the laaf I I t rourltt,
B A
Hun land Of comfort Will no
longer com ira- put up with
ward peimrttve ooav
ditions wtrJ en in Bar-
iMidos conatidar Granted, thai lo run a perfect
Hoi | la
cult roh
rains and Imagination, yet the
thai
by egNSrtm
i i.ncy making grub thinks that
it can akwiip "h value kiven for
rnonay received, show neither
n'ination. Just as
Tourist to-day find it quick and
and easy
equally quteh and
easy to leave if conditions don't
please them.
What then are the conditions
l et to Und when
plane Or Ship
Hotel, Pint umi
portanl and U M
who has a Hostess of personality
and br.ellng to welcome Its
glaaatg, to ahow them lo their
rooms, and give Ihcm general
I to this and that,
uives these guests a good iro-
ihe (limp. The
, .aie in
i .tres of a home
tills. She v ill do numberless jobs,
who will In*) i
: lhe>. and Iwdhs lava-
,.
should be ,- there to
help tha guests to smooth out the
i i frtcUon that will
occur from time to
o it indispensable.
As regards tho bed-rooms, tha
very araaai visitor
to find In her Hotel Is
a quiet, clean, cool room, ertth
comfortable b<-d. (whi. i
a spriiul-lil led mattress or one
n ade of rubber foam) and fra-
ouent changes of towels and
l.ed-liisen. She will require a
private bath-room with :unning
hut and cold water. It seems
almost superfluous to add that
tire should be at Ratal one com
fortabte arm-enalr, a bed-side
|l Mo and lamp, a irrviee oell.
adequate space for riott
,i thermos lug of iced water, yet
astonishingly some of u>
are often lacking.
It is useless imagining that bc-
rauso Barbados Is a Tropical
island that running hot water in
the Hotels is not necessary. It is
a must with overseas \ isitors.
they are accustomed to It, and
they do nol feel clean without it
Il is quite possible for every
Motel to provide It.
GOOD POOD, is terribly im-
portant. There is an old saying
that the way to a man's heart
is through his stomach and there
i no doubt that there is a lot
n( truth in this. Many a tiny
Hotel or Restaurant has made a
oig reputation on the excellency
of its table alone, by providing
drod cooked with imagination, and
tor penpal will
re*urn again and again to the
(luce

, I cooked
-
I be
I l'l.!
food count-.
| l- (i.ftl
be nanrfi-
hen '
be sum- I

The food |1 I
:e goo.i.
ir.t. and Cold
lust ]., da
ppi i a inee of
erved \
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aa lo it th rl Uv
..ell Of It,
i i itel.

would lake more than a short
rtaele to hold it all. Iiui an)
Hotel that !
the things mentioned In this shon

fend will be .:
talions are .md Maty
'
fully impr... fed -ears, hut
MB room for improve-
ment fend for more fMd
H Barbadoa dal-
.i baitea Hoai
..
."ing the WOrid1
to be behind
In everytl
FACE POWDER
Jot glamour that becomes you
o\ly :i mom: DAYS___ 1
EIIX. INGK.NO
By BOURJOIS
BOI ..i
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Etc.. Etc.
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Education Is More Than Book-Learning M ^oui 3wn
-. s_^ -< ^- *s ~- f^f ii'lhMU \iu-iiii ' I ROM I RACING
Acti Governor
At Coleridge*
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Kg of lie

Bishop-
fm Ltarbaeaai
>i .arumfiy
I -n W
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facilities lhat are
i > educu-
Iktn ami l" KlMlmhlpi and
for high-
er education, ii tt m
tug people than
proceed in due
' 'Tv College
I Hi or to the
iti the Old
World or the New. and there-
after to I'.uh the top of whal-
ing the Western
World luu to offer. But it .-
also in age of compotiti.
ever been known be-

limit hi- natural talent, without
or ,-itxi ||u mo
"
MM N limited But this !<
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UBDMMUnMS
liberal rlne the
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SKKVICIvS
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la) first step tu lW
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Patent
Heels and I'lalf
range fiwn ilS
*T
1011 Maw preceded hi W.-m
ii- Panel
M fr
OVER (0 children euioyed tliew'.ve* At the Cln. fgl |>oor children whuli W- staged at
Queen. College yeaterday evening by Olympla Cub Thi. w. the fourth Chrlatmis Party to be staged
by the Clnb
The gifts were donated by sseasberv Some members brought alone, poor children but the majority of
children were fro* elementary chaals.
The children were nerved with plenty faftaabaiagml and weeu. They left Queen- College wit*
xmlle. on their faces. _____________
HI WM'H\
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afgnaini
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y >nn K STWOTT II
.er\We. Preechei H-v
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v tjregh
Ce'
01 us \\i \ It R
SCOTCH HI*>h\
Bpb H
\m'e Km t
I hi Barbados at
tfert bot'l.
through then agents. M
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vlted to sample Scotland's (lift
i,. the W ii
Hnnfc frnm Book* Galore t
'
e Sutionerv Bros--
Village.
-i MB BK ra tt J '
i i i i Bgwg gn-j

Hike* are HI
(Urli :iid IS", ir
.nd M- Bpttt
. ai plan lo
.i >.. tf machines ertUi
all* i ,v at body, Thee
Hopper Junior* fgi
all
ItH) arWl
Hiulit .1
distillers wlaO .in- rKaldwn
Royal ^
Sovereign* aince 1MB
rul to ehoota from. Th
I ill (-ainril I
weli-riMiiul*' meiden/bnns
mi..,..
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SOMtUHtKr. ^
miHiiivT on i linisi'i-.
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dalfa kw K
1 mi and ftp'
> ia the BWaOOUbtl '' I
Pol U 'i
rewi I
U The Arlili.t,,!
" M.iiinii m '
rerr\atl.>na lot Ue N
' can lake yo
M..inli, (,,,,, ,,.' Mi-
raogag bui phew NOW
E. K New.
During the
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*r\rNTH l*V AltTTMI^T*. rtiftt i
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r., ike n.fle Detail
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.,iL vcars fat my studied Haatoty i...
i, Govt i i :' '' "" '
id an that li
B ..i curate.
proof of the
,,in'. 1 h.iVe
liOti ab-'iil
I ... 11- '
-fn-a
,mii provide, m- dvloe m ih. ,!,,,, .,,^,,,1. h ,T . 5!^
'Me can Ik- nffrTde-l. '-" " ""' ""> *??" ' ""-1';
'f whei.ie, am S ... ; *
reach the pli " ' question. oolj w
nl cUima SM.0TO. U ovr M.OOo more than
e-all and ,,n n. Ifildltd's revenue against 'he Dl the annu.M 0
end-all There i* CiiCb other and aCCtpt 01 rejei' i on he separate P.irry i.
education than | lie to then relative and Coleridge School* 'n the he nogiilntlon*. Ihrrp School
that B> ilM-lf book-learning .,.|its and the fun.: '
tn be harmful, for cor ,iti. Tor, aa I have snail be deemed to ie *
eentrati'.n on b-ks t.. the ex two of the four other The M.pplen.eni.uy mi>wtt ft-, n^lvalent of two Idull Ml
.i h Da>* whuli 1 have at- axpejradrture for the turrent year tti I i I
d* the mind and make* It pay iiuded during the past lew day*, did not reach the Secretarial tu i" Dkoro tatjurd tn.vheiiiali.
loo much .ittentloh to the theoi-- let, the nntil :tie hi'.riitnliig tical und too lii'li *.. the rwaUdai pUrM is not Iwttomlefs. bar, by Whltk tune the Govern- (pa oat
oj life. Baa tr n. therefore, gnd the Oow no funds marrt wai In 'he throeg of i- BUl.\ Buntoi So my anav
wMthtl you are oumtandlng at |. mil pn
work, ot }USl average. th,.t nil ilWlookad, ,.(. hypotv.
no your best to baceffht .in ftfi.
roUea-Aer und to derive full bene- Kingdom' through the Colonial firnt. It was, thei-efoie nuite If DOM
it bog ever. ,i. ..nopmeni and Welfare fund* fair god * requei from the bua n wouM not h.M
at School. Join g Boy Scout troop J w,i| og>v afly to of this School should b-> referred bean overladen is false, as Be)
if you can DM it will develop s,,me of the complaints made In io the Director and the Board of iuhlrcn would have remained .
initiative and a !m. | ,.,, adviet, bear- aaaJnal the rdtthoriaad nUlawMM
plrit of service to the community l(Trd i,, the architi-eture of the ing in mind the cl.ilms of the -t l ill U yT.D
nits 1 would draw s. hools against applieaoai to erithi I p
i that was the sum which the Government hen ihouah. the laota
given lo a OjUaottBO taaaf) Lo th can nitoid to set aside for Secon- an H lolkrwi m
not n lequiremenl < I
Th- Trai'-
BbK> a member ol t*. thought for one moment lhat peel Hoard may,
the Governing Body of this | am unsympathetie towards the Ul thei
It read- "Although (.. r the School. I am not, ir
design may be somewhat of an md l hgftpe thai It will be foun.i
i. in so far aa Barbados possible to meet the School's "S. dr..i t'hiidren ^itid wen Imn1 iiealf Centra, Hi naa > <
II follows the reasonable requests. But I do her of mler- oi mi%tre i"* Mark* a Band-
noe of school building?, think hail lleaianitHoi has omnibu i arxi isplenade ot. ihe sea-
a eraft' for now approved and buill by i...d tio much emphasis on hi-' I md fro Ben..... ,ront,
OUU urove to be u-cful Education auth... .' iBd w . ,.'. ,,,,;, ,,. modirtcations ... Iilsealiip enjoyed in a School, the parmii dM not cover teach- repeating what I I
Above all do rut xoaet h) be IroW With regiitd to wWcgt, after all haa cost nearly prs. I l a* Wans ra*
nd learn to itaitd on ,',<> aall, thi> one, which n... -..-o.ooo and whatever iti short- i< nation Year
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oculan with Coab d Id
allow fot axei LV i
mission are available fa
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leatherette In
case, Kerchaw Binoeulara from
the Imperial Optlcsl <
the gift of the laaaan
ill! imioo RANOI oi
morn ti. i oi.ot ns match.

,.iit the wholi
"' individual raqu i
Tftttoo. Coamwuca, UptUcli I
IVwdc>. N.ul l.i.-iuei
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The mm..... "! ' *"""
aw ""i ai
MM Out ke. Btii
rn- up
B*rnnti >'i 'in
which grill in good
Head and be of tremendous t-nr-
to the Island, as well m to .1(.tl Ul ntltttlnn gakad in the pin nfford to set aside for Secon- an
y'!i^elve*,J,n, ,. tJZ.C ,i"us', uf AasemUly on the 12th dary Education There the matter .
^\h.h.ve^ "***<* ^^ -l
many books on as many differ- .
subjects as possible you will
mden yOUT mind
be possible if you are
nntent to be merely a book- :
D* not turn up '
al work with your '
fencinf Chn t-
mid let us count
in nie-Miuc rathwl in.n BUI
VI n 'I' W u aomit ttWl
speightatown Id foiiunuu in haV"
dopunj
ii, Dftntttid "f :< pyopbai for .
howev. ll|IMnit j i,.,k fwrwwra t" the da
diacratlon laaua paelal |M til,. ,.,,, ,,*. disfeant futur
vtim Sp.iajhtsiown will wear
for conveytn i r lool whbi with iM Schi
machine* and rl
,v to-| -': '
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wan
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HOt l.ll TOD I 'hi A MM
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.i lal logsto eat" A
i oduei a bj I
p
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.. Xam Caba Novalt) Bat .
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llMll.l lo >."! .....I*
olow tleairfvl that's u
.in pai'v Barltailos Hakerie
r.td an in thi-
tiverlea to hack It up
, i.iri BOX 0ON1 IIN1NC1
: i HO I Nl
i .-io pra< '".d and refreshing
ma ihi iihwi a. i
in, rrof

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I the slia|!- i .
C'va dream.-.i of! I
a'a aupetl......o. I
rwar curv.- go pi <<'
yaa beautituli.
raaUy Igatlma'T boal I
IOW. II* n our '
bean anticipated at evai '" g ' 'Mdiug-
ore. Moving swifth froo ' moat ratal j..... Also
to feet the.e'. a new K ind tor a different BUf>
IO*OpB)l imllil
market with any saautf
h -if course. Kr
ake Both Tlti- A
DUrtrlb
i Wine
l | the igl t
tig Bornn Bay RutR t,
;,u, . Proenii I and n happy
ill on
Caaafaaa Maiilenfoim Braa
araaaremadeonlv Ii the I nil
laaaat of Aim-i i.
taaftM i> RfMBtM Haanaff
lac a>u> 1*1
N O THE
WK Blli I'M AIIVIsl l.l K I SIOMIKS XSI, Till'
i.isirM rrBtif that ' n sparks hi imiimi si
WILL III IIJKIII I UK -I... S I HIM. S "ITI. IUTII
AMI llT in < I Mill II Oil ......I \sn WORKSHOP
WILL Bl i.ris ,^ I si Al I till m*IM"
0 wr niK.si th in. i *.#;
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SlUI Lookinii Inr
Th PERPKCT GIFT?
Ask tci nee Iht- new
Presentation Caiket of .
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IfAVINf;
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wi-
th.
. *t^nd on 'he hall, this one, winch n.,. .o.ouo and whatever its short- requwttl io, ine pwnrai "j ." .:
.in. > t, rainy aclvantage* hnsChari beaM not Ik^ gel (..... 1 ,.|.|k..i
over several of the other Secon- that hi what is naasaM
jbhkaaM in th.- Island. MractOI .; Rp-p then L
.peach and data pupil- A- The reft anoa to the buaea port informs me that it ts up to nill| xat* clean and bngftt. re
office from give* ma an opportunitv to tart lirlng BboI buaai lo ,.. .
It Is lndee.1 the Hail, I should hat I n. ..dmaster. To me and make -now,, then requln
U (! rmaoter would wel- go qoi take my Oxford badinage to th, ( i.ii ..it- who shoild (,1c oi .
i fed,
f. -
r for
i. of hi.-
. for latttng me know
to

ght to be converted into coDH babai '>m the ,w> seriously It Indicates the tb
ol debalii ly-bajHj aAl .ndoubted superiority of th* mi.
p that, in choosing to pay I think of mi S> ry School over the Mathe- wh
! did.'th. Head lanialy through matical Bchoo) at Oxford. For
pert me to sit supinelv bj "tow storm to pet to the bath-
inmmanl Ai n
- School itlunging dog-
. a reaction." So b. t '< 'll
place i should like teeth of bo*Ung wu'waatar.
touch for a momant on tb ' '' **" "ea^nae-
ofnelnl mind." to which lag
[eadmaster raft red '
n hardly nattering. Par archil have a
.
bM with ink He enufew.iy; tin- mifht keep
nd mixture Of tee
no In nia in..ins. That A. to playing I.elds it take-,
n in fact, ,.s mythical tl rtni nalda Into
Bl the <. i
i in which.
,ppl> (: UN special
stating his requiren
. will be me-.
what is perinissible
, in i
per- utifailiog r-"i w" '"'"hk. I i
i.
Lui > radii to ti :
durm. oral .' Ofl Vimi
iaaray. t-
UBC faitllfullv Var-fiVv make the right preparation
for nMf type of Akin
lot deep-down I leanline*- uafl a YgsaVe Cleansing Cream
lor Ihi nightly nuuaag' whirl, lerpi your skin tofl
and swpptr choose 11< IV ardley Night Cream.
And lor the radiance of a .kin that's firm and hne-iexlured
tone up with Yard\-y Aslnaf nt or Toning l^>iioa.
Tlheaasli nfgjhi
aad you're a baantf all your days.
Skin Care
YARDLEY
BROADCLOTH
IS THE LATEST IN PYJAMAS
EASY TO SEW
AT SUCH IOW COST, TOO?
Watch tfag ex<'ituiK saciptsf n I
comfurtable gjgey] anaaj Tn baBbV'
Kaleigli Prinl lli.,i(lcl.lh pkiiw ihe men
anl iKiyt* in you lumilv' roatw like the
aaav aewing nnd washing K.ileigh t-
amooth in MttOTB and nnimtinllv duralllf
. . ideal for nliirta. und hlnuaea in
addition to pyjamaa The low rwil will Hurpriw vim'
Try Broadcloth bv 'Tex-niade'' todav Wom-i evervh gute to ask ior ihe> idem id.-hiion Imndf and fagyour JtgBurtnce f genuina
lub-fat "Tex-made" lir.ndclotli
FABIIC
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Mm* an Out day aheuld ......
i.e.*arv rrangetrrenn lor ihm
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DON TS FOR DRIVERS
Don't ttart making adjuatmenU whik
travelling stop and do if in safety.
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Tropkal M...1.1- Sprrlally rfcornmenard for #-tlrrnw rllmali"
AH i- nil". SrhooU of Muvlr liar BrtBampad PUna*.
(all 4J83 and arraiisr for a 1ft dpmonntratlon.
CECIL JEMNOTT
PHONE *SOT
48 TUDOR STREET
BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS
CLUBS
Draw for the Annual Raffle
Prizes
will lake ,.i...,- ul lhp I'l \/ \ THKATRK. Brldg'tonn
(b> kind Pwladia of tin- tUmttmmt)
.it
8 p.iii. on Monday 22nd December
1952
Knfllr MM lloldrrv ill br admillrd ** nn final
Ulion ol Ihfir I .. k. i. al Ihf dimr. I" wiiiicvn IB* Draw.
and (In- film lhal follow..
AUCTION
SALE
TUF.SDAY. Slrd DKCEMTIER.
ItU. al 11 a Ri
W* have rn-eived iriatrurUon*
Irom Mr. A. Bruce Skinner fca
aall b> Auclw.ii hi. collection of
llo.m..ld Fun.ihiie and EtTW-
a* I Iilad below
Vlewnuj morning of Sale
Dunne Table otlh Bra*. Feel
I Jpnaalateri'U Illnlnl Chain
Drop-Leal Table Senlruj TaW*.
Neat ol oca. Table*. Dinner
Wagon. Sideboard De*, Ward-
robe iCadaclined.. Dreaaing;
T*bia,-nai Tuple Uiimr a SSooi.
Korhei.. Cant Of DrnweT*. Mir
nw and Sland All I
MAIKX.ANV
Upholetered Suite iorrpr..in
Sallee 4 I F*.> Chair. wTlh
.,,-1 .11
inp >! Carpet, I
Cuahlooa fable 4 Mandn-i
Lampa. Cedar llookc-iae Plelure-
Pi.ii.1iii,. WltlOaM Prlnla. * re.
Dlchen* Wall Plaque*. I"r
Roh;.. M..H1 J.i-.. Alf^d Meak."
Ofeajnai i BSMBlaal aappi i"
Wedaewoaad Tej Service*. 3 Glnaa
Decanter. in SUud SINCiFH
Treadle Sr r. Machine. Koch.".'
Chan. Foldim Chair*. Poldh -
Card Table*. Sirujlc Saanan Bad*
a 8pnn. Hprin-filled Malire-.
Simmon* C*i. Iron Chair* rlh
MalUeuaa. CianU Comp-clum HI
Cedar, lid Dioaainaj Table, -tin
Vnrnr. Vrrtni. Pi I aal I. Cup
. and aaveral ni.u
Table. 4 ft Wall Mirror, alau
tirrar* 1
plale I Oven Fnaataire. LaaSlra
Blrtir Table.. MNc Kitchen
Clenii.- Miac China. Cant* *
Bov. Bocie- Sen.it s Bel
fallre**. P*d Table a IMd ol
Too*. Xmaa'Tree Polta4 Pahna.
and many other interested .lein*
\-.'i
OF HAMlvlFlt
AUCTIONEERS
.1-1... M. Hi-u.
* Cs>.
\ I v I.T.*

REALTORS LIMITED
OFFERS
Da
rw Road
,1 view ol
ueled lo
. h.ilrt and ball
lo*
md bath,
can, and enough room lor laiinu.i
elc. Th* rop*rl .Und. On
approximately IBSS0 aquara *!
, f l-r.l
BI'NOAIAW
miale at Oraem* Hall Tenaea
**ari allracllvely detained, eom-
prlalnc three bedroom* wlin UillK*
and bath* altarhad. dlnlnl and
llvinf room*, kitchen, verandah W
The Wart and a nice palh> to lha
Bad Tha propr1v Hand* on
approximately H acre Ol land.
COVK BPSUNU COTTAOI
A lovely cotuaje atandlna on I
rooda IT pawhe* ol land alluaia
at St ',n > Cuait havlnf Iu
out, private baUilnaj baach. and
,-npinnc thie* bedroom., with
pnvate toilet and bath lo main
bedroom, drawlna- and a'""*
room*. European bath with bM
and eoM rumuna "<' -f"
aeparate toilet, modern fctunaa,
.Wd Salaary on two aldM.
WtNDOVKB
.i~. iha vary
Petal
I 'I !i..v- O
iBiea .i... iwo en-
laundry, wotklhop IT
ha* bean extanaively pa
11.- preaenl owner.
oaimalaly 4-. acre* ol
ori aaleuHve orcBalw
v lael*d frull Uaao.
rompriae* three bad-
t room, l.vma room.
ii mtf i.aii.* with bat
ler. Lars* verandah*.
(building. Indudlnf i
property
, .-.I by
in.-ii mi i.i
Situate in the Garrlfon. St.
Michael. ComprUioa lour bad-
room*, combinallon llvln. aad
nuing miii-i, arparata toilet and
with kitchen with buiil-ln cup-
boardi, vet.ndah the whole length
of the bulldlnn. Tha outbuilding,
comprlae two aervanU room* with
oater lollet and a aaraje lor two
--.. Tk. a*M*ia] property eUnd*
i v.. i aquarc I ret

aaBBfl
b, appointment only.
Tfll'RBIHDON
llluat* al Maxwell* Co-'t Road.
r. mpriung of tour bedroom* all
drrwing room .llached. living and
dining room. large kitchen.
verandah on Iwo *lde* with one
facing the tea Oulbi.ii.llng*. 1
trvant* room., garage for two
run The properly .Und* on 1
rood*. II parch** of land Irv-
apectlon by appointment only.
adjoin-
Ing the la moo. nockle) Baaeh.
beat tea bathing in lha Ulahd
Divided into Ihiee Hal* and bring
a ve*v high ntonlhly rental Thar*
will be many proaperiive purch-
aser* for ihii nropeny Do not
1.1 Ml -IIKIll
Situate at Welehea. ChrKt
Church, wllhln 100 yardi of tha
M. Vary reaaonobly priced.
Pleaaa ronlact u* a* aoon aa
poaalbla
r iim.i.s
t:^1
Chui
Alrport.
n iWo
ea.mg
atlached. Iwo mediu
baaBTOtaaal -Hh dra*atn| room* ant
buiti-in c.ipboarda. toilet and ball,
laige open verandah entire Mrujtl
thai
t llra.-h
k>bb>. living
and dining roanw, bieaklaat loom
panirv. kitchen, larae study, and a
lovel. open patio lo Ih* South.
Thla propeiV al*o haa lovely
ground, and a portion of arable
i' g IH acre. In'pei-
. 1. liniment only
I.MSKBOROI UN
Situate al Corner of Weh haa
Hoad and TV'ed.ide H
' bedi<
aa*. j
REALTORS Limited
RIAL IRTATB AOSNTt
Al'CTTONSIBa
VAI.CKBa
ni/iii RornriK ktbikt
BRIDOBTOWN PBOSIB eSSS
Iprlio. and nl
fruit Ira**, At
i large In
gallery 3 be*
_ m wardrobe*.
FOR SALE
NfetliOrlE. THE GARDBjN.
WORTRlNa Modem coral atetv*
bungalow on comer ane with
v. >de fronUfe*. Pleaaanl garden
ver bed*, lawn, *atr*M
III .
aajai
filled lUlchen
garage with covered way to houae.
i-fflc*. All public iililli aervlc*.
One ol Ih* moat attractive home*
now available m Ih* medi..-
pil.e range
CAKAHIANCA. Maxwell. Coa.i
I far *aa>
running wnn iwu r*c*pnon room.
4 bedrooiiui. verandah, k tihen
Bfjaarti **'. *torr>o*rna etc.
The land I* approx I acre* With
flower and vegetable gardena
productive orchard and cocoaUil
rove. One acre walled garden
mav be sold aeparately a* a build-
ing Ml*
WILLtSDPN, MARINE
GAj^DKNSA lubatanual loetay
property on an aitrajctlv* anil
ore with tcnnU lawn, flower bfdi
.i-i flowering ahrlib* The bouar
i* appioached by a covered walk
from lha entrance aat*. a BalahaH
touch indicative of lha general
nigh standard ol con.trurUon.
The rooma are all on one ploor
gallci
I well proporllonrd din Dg
wllh fo.dlng dooi. leading
andah* on bolh *tde. of Ih*
araw n| and Qieukf.st
,. 3 double bedroom., all with
led bath and
Uai
The
an .inpoll*.
club*
-r .[. ..i- ..|
than la uauaU
Ihl* piopeil-
bieakfait
haTafati 'taiuiij
baa
room and J good brd-
imi, a Wide gallery run* on 1
le* and complete privacy aa
lamed. There a. a iwo far
. i UM .He I* l\0UO *q. ft
in good land, bearing fruit
** A good *oiid home ootnuv
I* lor a reasonable Hgur*.
\ *
toilet, balb
Oi.i-uuildtng* two eparal* gar-
age. ..nd two separate servant.'
room* Thu proper tv can be
beughi for a vary reasonable
figure Ii-*p*ciioi. by appolrlm*nt
mr hohir
StakeM al the UaiPUon. Chrtat
,.n.mg ol two bed-
and dining room*,
paiir.. kllcheiv lollet and bath.
Al*-. a large teiardah lo the Bait
and North of Ih* building Out-
h iiidin f servant* room and gar-
age, also a number of selected
fmit ire** and standing on approa-
.t .lei. TM0 m| ft Thi. |aMi
LAND
' M. James Coaat. be-
tween Colony Club and Coral
Beef Club a*-)W ran be had with
or wlhoul a frontige lo the sea.
>ie I right ol ill
MINAHAH COTTAGE, ST
-AMES CUAST A chaimms
Dearn houae in
Loral *and beat i wllh the beat
j.-.-i. .'i.nig the
in .ii ill planted


ndan lacing ara.
b-.ii.-. 2 bain-


| I....1 ;.,, p.-,l n .uch a good
puai* on on tni. .- mi..in. coast
BHtaHTWO'lIl Si i niiiraa

I ...,i, m*Uow* nicea/

B*ach I ron tag*
bhlng lerliit.e*, Three b*d-


...aped verandah
Iuok.ng **!!* aarage and a*rv*> rd*. Separate MB- rooma. IdWal
dentlal Quarter
NEW Bl'NOj
Hil.hr nettr H
properly
v.hl.b iht
. i*w of
Highly.
on.tiui-lrd b* a
building ton
. I aaamaBBaaSa
Thi-
rd Main-
elecarav
i xluatcl in a new
raaidanllal area Irom
r are fine pantaam-i
Dndgelown and lha
The ilte I* very cool
iy j1. mile* from town
The propertv i. avallabl*
m approx . lo I", acre*
LAND. TWEEDSIDE ROAD
Excellent laclory or buunaa* *lle
o: nearly ** an* with fronUae
to mam road over 100 ft. One of
the few available locatlona In
auch a good poaition caaat to
COAST LANDg*t. J
Several building plou in
are* with good beechei
bathing
aa* of
wide view of in* couniryud*
and **a. Tw0 main and on*
par* b*x]poon>* adequate Kitch-
en, detached garag* and aarv-
anU' loom. Picture*e,u* well
cared for giounda at about one
acre, trim Uwn*. abundance of
nowrung ahrub. and flower.
rock garden, and good mature
garden Conaplelely rural
rrJj
....."
ST
. AMESCare-
nodrllvd 1 atwrey house
of the meat attractive
a* iniira.lnglv pppulei
rautiful coral and aaaaS
?d calm aafe bathing
1 hedr.
-ii both Boors.
ia led garage and i
gutter. All malm .ervi
BENSAM Snenngham
den* MuwoU.-Piea.ai':
ated modern stone bungal.
wiih about '. an* and ngtil
*ay to lha **a. The buiMiflg
----------'nient l> planned with
rjaj
large i,-. ,r.
break ta> 1
bedroom,
leia.hed
front verandah
i. kittle:, and 3"
-a-hbaam. The
i^ND. st Jama*. Ap-
COA*f ]
prow a aerea u. ,
desirable and private parts el tbi.
faahMMbl* coast at the low figure
PIsBlRtaaaaj BaJIdtmi
Pbaei* 444a
Improved/
THE TYRE THAT WAS ALREADY
MORE POPULAR THAN ANY OTHER
NOW HAS-
loafer aeon eear Ta*>|kul-aite aanA|
High.iaaaa) galttea 1* *-* aiMeada
TeaaajaaahN i'-aa|tk it araa'ar t*id leauSaago
DUNLOP
TRUCK & BUS TYRE
1


SVNDAV. Ill ( 1 Mill 11 21. 1*32
SI NIMY VDV1K ATI
PAGI IIHI\
B. G. Get Party Politics
New Parties Will
Support Federation
THE NEW British Omana House i.f AaMmbl
elected by adull sulTraRe under the new consutui.
Introduced early next year, will prubabh
the large conservative middle-class group thai
the existing Legislative Council, pre Times
Kevlew ol the British Colonies." in its latest
L*\elopment of a real political detailed platfurm b -
party system 111 the Colony was is u.ual in the Wi
2.1.? U>e points made by the ments ot policy .,. .
Waddinglon Commission, but Brit- a. lo be mMntnfless and wl"
...Jiu""7l^ M?n *<">' ac" non "! '"' eontastints has had
uTihl1 *PKl; """ experience in polllical re.|*>-
1M7 the struggle was between there Is a t>
the Labour Party, prcdomu,.,i,:-i moon. m
!*',.,. "i *nd '"" "f"-iVw. ll --
CltUeruiAssocutlon. predoml.......- .
*."' aiiwmmi. pM-aomi.i.in--
ly Indian. Most or the candidates
relumed were conservative ,n pendents and the Labour 1 .it.
disappeared. No party blocs de-
veloped In the Legislative Coun-
cil and the initiation or policy re-
mained largely hi th '
I he Governor
.. Jhleh
'used lo (

lederat.i :h.iIi ,,.,rtlcs have
"in
-' --, "f '''I' called lor Ihc
MM ..r populai tied..... .,;
full powers In
I
Ttwtay, the M.P.C.A. hat been ie>, an arranemei
replaced by the IVople'a Progress be unw. .
Party, led by Dr. Cheddi J.gan. The, ha
ributed large amounts ot Com- and must that
untu '""""" '" "" Colon, .........h......,,,
until t, import was banned by the In.
Legislative Council. Successor lo inen,t..t,
the Labour Party l the National cussion.-
Democratic Part,, which comes It |. dilM, ill- -
S^T^v, ^"r""' *nd Mr '*'"* ,nd <"* "Irength
""'he.renew a. vet untested,
m,.W i." continue.. n, ,th.-r bin I I .,.. -
n..i)or parly has Issued any docu- bias ol the Houae
ment which could be accounted a left of centre___nVI'.r
Windwards In Had
Way Econom ica lly
WHAT DO YOU KNOW?
irratn Our 0n Co, nponliit >
C.RKNADA. Dec IB.
conomically. the WlnwrxU
are in a ted way. Sir Rulx-n
Arurdcll said to-day when de-
livering his farewell address m
ihe Lcsislature -! ihc Du.ig.jT. Sea-
.-ion.
The four liny administrations
have groaned in their attempt.. ..>
support the full panoply ... .....,i-
rn government and froni ,.
strictly administrative viewpoint.
- seemed that political an
lion would Hive more steam)
r.^vernment at much !
Unfortunately, i-... ,
had developed to Mich
of Insularity ..mong our people
that they And It difficult to think
in terms of a larger unit ilmn
their own Uland.
Nevertheless, | throw
idea at worthy of con in al
four small units. IhrtM >'<
which have to seek grants-ln-
ald from Her Majesty's Govern-
ment to enable them to maintain
existing services while
Clal position of the fourth is pre-
carious." Thi* reference to I'.ur.-
nda was later borne out when
Uie Governor went on to sav
'hough the currciit y-;.i is expec-
ted to close with | sin.ill favour-
able balance, next year's budget
it in templates an alarming deficit
.iboul $400.6\)0 At that ratf your
reserves will be wiped out within
three years and the colony will
lome under Treasury roniml
with all the attendant disabil-
ities.
No Cushion
Moreover, the budget does not
lake account of Ihe considerable
.niditional expenditure bound t
result from a revision oT salaries
jtnd there is no cushion to take
the impact of residual charce-;
from CDAW scneme* eominj.
to an end between now and 1956"
Governor Arundell said speak-
ing generally that be was franklv
disappointed In the progress over
ihe past four years, much more
being possible were the admini*-
tration allowed to devote its ener-
gies to constructive work, but the
interminable nutmeg controversy,
labour troubles, disorder* and
political detnagoguery i>rt>M aj |
dead hand on progre**
"There are no substitutes for
goodwill, co-operation and hard
work and it la only through these
that we in the Windwards can
hope to attain th<- improved
standards for our people we all
desire."
He said he hoped the new con-
stitution would have led 'o a
greater degree of co-operation
botWVM nil those responsible for
Kovemmcnt than enjoyed under
the old but It had not In evrf
though tie
would anil BOfltli the
'Tll"l"k Mt," |
mid wili.nirni | .. optratc in
more more than one Mil
(rowing Pain*.
' '\ llii'i. in-ih.ii.
bMviuhla that n u|fj
growing pains at Srai i ,
lie Oovi i i. i V||
ponf4biUt) be i ou
BfcnaJ vh.np coiifl
bers of his own .
: --..-.
lotto i 'ii.it Dm
power by it should i i
willingly and whul
work the- i mi
I ini Ulutton

it if (- . ..i | .

fall which n .... I -
inexperier. "Tl.e-.e
shoiicmiii rrom what
I .HI ll,- .|l-- I ll.
the topsy-tur
thai noihuu] '.-' fu
i
ManlfMtaHmu
si itlOl i
. i II
I other memb
i lonk of prtvllegi failure '" par
the Fxecutiv.- COUnCll and last
but not leasj plain ru
'
with during Uu ihorl iif<- of Ow
MffWtltutlon
development of trade HI
Signed .s in 'trim |
political purposes of leaders
I
bers.
rh. lu fn uji
was made possdbk. by t-<
ignorance of the workers and n
was necessarv thai tr.tde unlofl
ttouU (.'- dantoeraUcally .-on-
trolled. In the 1
by iniei
'1 >ihershi|i and
,i '. .
1
laws naad otusfl to
make up for tbj
bers themselves ongiii
in the conduct of their unions
Oovarnor Anmdall *
:
the Wind*.'-)-
"i;i,iird
poison of Hi".
monism that i *.
Introduce lot
technique foUosi

pro
and radii hsit. .
I
Uon a-, instruments of mob
poUtti < ii.
. .,
strikes nnc dis'url
(Coiniiilrd h\ B
Did you
:
berSl. I900.the>ear I Ml

It will rontain 25 leap years and
will have 38.52.'. dav, which an
equal t-> 5.11* weeks lac
dav It began on Tuesday and will
end on s
have ftv. i
urn
YtHi know that the Mpgdsss. .-
phabets contained 26 letters and
the French 23. but did ro
that the Italian had 20; Spanish
27; Ger"- 27. Rus-
i;m 1, Lattfl 22; Greek 21
Hebrew 22. Turkish 33
1141
that a1
I
Greece by Thalaa about 00 B.C.
. upon An thine
l.....li-iut 300 H(
tnd zero
......
Spain IOSOj Bito England 1253
'-
1482. Th.
In all brain is
n than the

."o.ooo.oon nerva
. i il every
. in 00 days. But
of sleep
of tiia Uaau*

if| .' 5fl th"


It i- tt
were of loo I BBtht r nt

he the fust to use feather- sit
lf-fiverninent

.i rlgfai ..iii natural goal for the
V in lie and fwderatkn on the
:. nee Hepoit .'ill
step in that
the Li "l"" Con-
ference neat yoai likei} t..
.....n\> I He
. rlnj that his
ell 'Mi'iMii tin
nl ii. the windwards

friends In Ik* of life and
" sinfi on all In
i.....ma,


nd i i idmiiLlatre-
Colooial
Pre i i i.ims later
use Iniuuvi,
Mr. Gal 'or the
ruapenelon
added in-; quota of .ompllmenis
k to speak
M the ii tdt '( the majority
re and of
,'hout Ihe
lh of the i oeony**
not feel
ptwtqiiati
tin Qov-
thoufl iih him
BMTTHK)
Bd b) Hi liuCol-olut
l >aihar oeds were
jsed in England in the reign of,
vui
A book U'longing to the familj
1 ... Ugue of 1
the most curious book
in the world because it is neither
1 printed The letters of
k an eul out ol Olio itaon
vellum and heing inter-
leaved with blue paper it Is m eas>
to read as print The labour be-
pon it was excessive, a
King of German) .ffcred for t:
$oc.>oc
aoeja
WorM the Koran
Ihc Edda*
of the Seal Tri PiU-
1 sfluati the Fiv.
ne Three
Vedas of the Hindus, t

Christians The Koran ll Ihe HKkSt |
Lornpoundi Ions fnmil
goa m atd OM '.eoss. the)
Talmund and th* Goai el M sr
log of ex- ,
booka
found in the Bibli Tl
1 1 .
> ..11.
\ .
!<> KiiKlisli :.
Dutch I. Swlas I. Portuguese l;|
Ian |; Spanish 5;
German 0. Syr.an li. Gr.ek M.
I .0 lei FlcN.n-
Popes re : 'cars. 68.
from 10 to 20, M fron 5 to 10: and
eu than %
vears.
I the United tatas

B N - nur:na
Mag
1 Wilson was
. I
H opt In With tnc menj
In his emplti\ who always caJed!.
Bant Kftm Inspect *>

'"
-E A US \ joking
I Irttri
'it n Of uplift.
that he did not know, unli
wan for F.ihert Andergoa ani
"Uncle San. I*li. t.*e was kepi .
1 if.nl until it became '
marked "VS. n helonging lo'1
I'ncle Sam"L_____________
Rt;riR\ to VatMl
KATHMANUU. Nepal. Dec IB
man Swisr. cxpedi'iit.':
vh"h falksl In 1U attempt u>
. I I -
. ii month returned '< In
1 1 .1 -. A Shcr-
'
H ..id. 1
ind iii t' -.lie- rarr) Ing
1 .
I UH Irak here.
im was cheerful bu1 ap-
h. 'null, stay
h) pel "f Hie world's
i eak Vbe cllmbti
la II ol then -1


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1.....terence
s hi.1 f.p.
estate 0m i #' '#' S
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I I'HISSIKI I llllkl Its
I IM.ASTIf tllHIDS
I ICE (REAM FREEZERS.
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FOR XMi\S
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P W.I U\l I VI
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llj TKIVOII VALE
SAMMY LEE WAS OUTSTANDING
CONTIh
ng and divm,;
l Vld -K-'
which took i lit* on "
.tflcmiwiti I went To Iht
was of course contlned I

among ami ad DO) .'ti.nt the at-
tention ..f Mir Worl 1
I havi alrst
briefly U
are familiar with the Rial
Bill ii-day J have space te
! are no'
| .
myself sittr kg
mcmWt< of the French swimming
earn and their rupporters and also
men Ju-t two rows
i rlv lady
and as the eight ham* Imtd up
for the n- 200 metre
flay I t" with her
r France.
Then as Ihe rare
i >iu and
cries of "MI
Jean", inaflc the two 34
were In the race I
and Jean Bernard^! 1 i k up and
wave in ogr direction before thi y
o 'he watar Dm
of the ract.
The rrancb '<
Ihl
the race but to*
made up en their oppi
i came third
friend" shouts rrew m<
when they rMtlCSd II*
made, id-
only frenchmen who
hausltd wjnen tin
'
of the result in my pi
the hn7'i*ur died down and it wss
then thai i heard Mm distinct
sound at B'ii'1 I
I could not for the life of me
imagine where ihcy were cnnilnr!
from or; what anyb--' M
want to cry for at such a time as
IMS
I loohwup SI '
ihe sounds l discovert i ihey were
coming frfim myl tl
lady SheJia-
ho *iad dom
once IIM8 u
orl Japan's
BaW a* 400 metre and l
i- rda and u
lowered these n i


methyl of After the
fiasco In the sprint cytling events
it was a welcome than.
,-.- n time waj a
John qi faetoi In the 1.500
'ample, Jean
. a on his heal hut did not

net into the Anal beca.i
,-'est tunes.
..' third ID an-
i-hittle them down ther heat all I
. all qualilled. while nohod> in Bol-
Japans Furuhaslu, I have al- (eux's heal could make the trade.
. of. But to
see Marshall get beaten in (he After the 200 metre Brea-t
He Stroke, for me one of the most
ped by both Konno and exciting races in running or wim-
i imp and in a 50 metre pool mmg, I think the most spectacu-
Uohig. It rlrst got |ai (vent at the pool was Sammy
In the stage where they were at j i
hili n<> w* i\< I to genuine acro-
ii am event at
1 trapeze
1
BUII he
bag been
I of the
tire aquatic
r the end fVPIil, bul ihw strikes me aa
-
Sssi
any mm
.....nseculne

>r two press men make
.... nodoub. S.-, I


i Up and



. -i 3Ju*1 '"'Pressed the moat I
d RmdUHhl One.
H
*
a
of this
:he Official H
: i'l ill-inn .
i the rtghl
>n Ihe i.ii 1 Ihe *prln Hoard di\
the platform for Ihe llir.liho.inl di
aeparated from Ihe main pool mi thai dl\lng and ur Water Polo
could be carried on simultaneous.
Jiad her he id In bet
.i the shduldrr of her companion,
. mn qi 'i :mi 1. .ii d ''''i b >dy-------
was racked as ber .
heart out' In the most touching these events, Uoitou*, it seems,
- ,1-..- | i, i m net w** not one of Hu favourites ana
compNtnoQ exchange wtl
glances o* amusement with the fully eapec-Wd that he could h then gsv
: :
thai tin1* had pamed

on
;ing in the
mcmuOn. He had deter i
ee qua:-


Rift l,..(T",\
then thr.t I asked ttH ehp Who Iht hsv
wss acting as Interprets! whal '< pectal erTort I ii He .;:.
mi the blttti of loy" pavc-i Konno a I
ed. "st the French team "" iniin ind when k* ur(IUnd the whole stadium. r
.nrr.ini! Sli-i sftsr such a gff IsJns him. WM q Prench-
rirugsle*. -Well- I tsld H Ml'' "'d on with gn I ..lK>n.
would the have dons ii 'hey hsd city to last out th.
won?" He shrugged his should.
Alter w.ih-hmg J.-.m push hi-
fsthi I could
The vary next day I ha-. Ihe id
sniwer to my question In t-nt It wha
aa When Jean BolUi: *>ttinc in the
lumped into ihe pool fi.n% cloth
al aft. i hi son had won the WO ha watthi fli rv ii relation of
nstn Kr.-Style from the Hawsl-
Ian Foul Konno who
mlng for tin- ( tUan 'lu'n ,,ir
the 1
not lumped Into the pool, then
good number of the (chip trould hai partietuai ttUoUoo,
nsve come eloat to doln| if ...
" l.i.itMix Ti'nk her anna
Victory well. < Ine
Imagine the strains and
1 with th
in go through when th*)
' d

the issna oa cannot
And a word about Sammy la>e
on of August 1st.
c left to conclude was only
: :;.

ur Sammy
Consequently Lee Yet I suggest that as the
the step* after changing an Olympic Gold Meda'.
le day. "*r
thlttto "
rr
leading dom exceed* I
RBI
to repeal
M8 success in the aqust
cticsUy good-b>. woo that in this
par, a .mes he
was one "f the most, if not th*
the swir- ataat 1 mosp. ..-tslanding pcrtormer
Da Costa's
Broad St.
Franct- had won the i
Papn Hoiicux's leap into the
pool after
one of the most publics l .
th Gsn as For i lyssif 1
cannot say actually when he went had turnsd
in Ko must have done so as I when *he *av h.
took my syot sway to consult my
i
up h'

I


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But the old lady snt there and
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came up and shook In
gave her a wave she sekl
ad Ihe i mgrstulstiona with a
( ,ni that bOl
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-I'NDAY. Ut.CE.MBUt 21 ISS2
si \l>\\ \li\iil \l I
\(.i thirteen
SEFTON DELMER MEETS NEGUIB
HOW STRONG?
WHAT |
trmkly raced. leather-".*** tied
little man in
unifonn of an Egyptian major-
general who kj running I
day?
What. I wonder, did Sir Jar*.
Robertson, Civil |kmI
Sudan Government.
tW liour- willi |
wet-k. m-iko of hiir"
Su j.imcs ha* had long ex-
perience in summing up the
Sudanese and the Egy .
I have no rtlfflrultv in telling
>ou some of tl
UkM have aski
as he looked ml i those sharp,
twinkling eye* under I low ''"
cran t M i rop of a b
Fur I had had | Ions talk with
il myMlf only the day
And, liki- en) other Briton
meeting Egypt's new strong man.
O.nrr-I Molutnuit
Ncgutb. I had put the-,
-elf.
"Is the man. u ....r American
allies claim, just a simple
Egyptian uldfei-. patriot, and fcwhich
practical man, ready to judg**
.
common sense free of I
and prejudice"' Can he
ed? Or Is he. a, the fnroui I
w.uld. have us believe, ju^t an-
other would-be Machiavellian COUld havi
double-talk pedal I st whw '"" should I* elii'i
pledge is no nor* reliable than thai tht election] may tw truly
those of his politico predeeoasors? "'' end independent.
"Above nil. hi I m.in That II the object of
strong enough to .ntpoac his will emendat.ons to the
on the turbulent followers he has ment statute Which have '.....
brrughl to power with I an?"
Coronation
Choice
Criticized






i



CHARMER
A hut Jim's
view of this 'soldier,
patriot, practical man'
or TYRANT
^ln\li is htm friind>
t'f 1-iirouk mmlil wNh
Briti h : su- him
\. ... i did, 111 (act. have
ravour of the then
W Ui ti an help," the
.. .aid. Turkey i^ ouiiding m
I and all tow* oik. n.....itlj
. .i ..... t
it
ivha (eel

coasultini


from wii.i


''
i
|h" s* leanen or Un But lei Blo<
. ..-'..

tent


ind 1 am not going back

As an afterthought, he added
significantly ; "I could not fa
ihem if 1 wished to."
llUjlj -'lid
till I'
. ..,
... ...
ictfc d M

"Liist Hope
IT is most vital to find the
correct answer to these questions.
Not only for Britain and the Brit-
ish Commonwealth ;.ul for the
whole Western wnrlfl
For Britain Is being pressed
to ai.-epl General Ncgulb us
Allah's great never-to-be-n--
peated. it's-your-last-chance gift
to the West.
In return, she Is to give up con-
trol of the Suez Canal base, which ONlt
nth its stores, harbour*, airfields, **' -'"' l

and hand
possible Soviet 'invasion "of the '" ln0
Middle East. .irmy.
This Soviet Invasion, if sue- Delightful au
cessful. would not onlv cut off '"" l'"""lPI ,hl "" "' ""taila-
vital nil areas but open Africa ll,m! navc lo>t >,"". '"",' ,nc ,
to tha Soviet umi and turn the hun''r*d,'' ,',f
[Link ..f the NATO urmies de- '"ll""h "f P<">ds and that the
fending I Egyptians are completely ln-
'But." say NeguibN powerful pahle of look.:
advocates. -without Egyptian \" U B"Ush
food will and co-op,., "><' *'
is valueless a- J '"" ',^-
So take this ohanei H~d "'
.
not we join the Middle East de-

Mail

nod

of the Go'
IK MM HI I I
Dui m
-
and most en- general!)
general m,M.
i eordhuj t
ires:
ONI

t he-
cans and divide them fi

I 0 | money and arms
t'l i hit' h ,v,lK'n ' support his
. m lo
and ports Is ersential to the""*" withdraw all thai
Western world's defence ..gainst fr"in >*>>" i""1 ";""' ':''" * fUttatin* bi
WP1 eritlcal.
ivi bi frank ith jrou," he
aid i oava takati i
able iwlitical risk in protTeniiG
the Bart

1
u [hi Impn .
'lie taklni up ol bflj

1
In the

I
... friendship to USfl
i-nnted mat. _____________________
id of
Neguib by giving Una what he '
wants. That will win not only
-our side but the whole
Middle East. Turn him down
and the last opportunity of gain-
ing Egypt's good will has gone.
Besides, Neguib is the most
tarn.
Not a very attractive bird on
the hush, is it, for which we are
exchange oui Sue/ biro
in the hand'.'
reasonable man. He is quite ready ^JSuS^%S?M
In AccoN hit i, th.., ...* K-. h' added After all. I
>.nh their response.
Kh eonl'i-
ma with

to help us out of
naoahi IB* ultlaa by rv-
'lie i: .s.noo.ooo of
i1. hnl.inee- di*e to
us in Januai- aaa l Bui
in-tead of granting this .<
M giving my pi
example of Britain's good will
Social
Centre
Re-opeus
Liven**"l's

LONDON
centre f"
^:,K,.;n.^ m'sr",i;i3 >- -
P Pj .. bfl less than he ha'i
takM for. ...
Xo Easing
WH.I.. let me inform you at
once, I did not find Neguib at all
ready to rAodU)
Equally intransigent were
members of Neguib-

brigadiers, colonels, and Major-.
whose coup put him In
1 ) the general looked
as sweetly reas nable as
ImaaU. And. with a pipe
m hi* mouthhe had (Hied 11
with i brokeni up Italian thenwM
, the British miet.
Suez bases. Foi
'j.'i.i'i 11 i.
ley House Community
i follow-
eeoratlaA,
Hi fol (hi were provided
from i [6.000 Con
... I.
Dm British have em*
-: il.--li.ng queeUonnalre. [equipment.
i her
freed
'We have asked them to de- .
it win not rm,,Td ,,, mi(i ,,,, r>
o?apr^!;!e-.h,v:'..::::::.,". i WC>.......... -
NO Reltirn
IF you think II II
ol tlM Buas-Cai wUI
10 IB '
i
cnlng instru< tori to train
oirT'jnA r re ready lo use help of the '
00 the enerr- right-hand man ,1,^. fighters In joint manoeuvi
ih the it.AF in Egypt.
eommlttoethe MlliU- BtaUn ,. t, more auoaUO
1
I
our
Tin
1044
:. V IhC H1 I
1 .:
And
Frankly
_. -nuld call Itthat onci-
Kremlin Uncle
-i2, '^"M'""",*'!^ Thl; " ih'" < -
, h 1 detonce ol the Kiddle 1
-,1," '" negotia- CunaPsc-. For it I
Of the Milan Neguib said .. -,,..,
"The proposals I have made in ..\nlllll(. ,,,, What N'OW?
n I 1 t N. to I he British Cov- .
'"'" ""'* both m kitrallta tar that. A
yw' with the Russrans as impractlea- ly it is the opinion of the
I le ittil pi In the t -1 him, the nun
.v.i'- W' ii when the who eie alreadj plottlnc the next
"i- and the British talk COUP.
Of the,,:, and what they mean ip<
to v.u an-: a- To- '
I
iai 'vim o. in
are not full IhC ;
for negotiations. They havi
(read by me with th
political parties in the Sudan. AV
and I Intend to slick by them. (l C'nmniiMed hatpful and Mend
been
llllljo
ly.
NEGUIB antphasiaed his
lhat if the Sudan if to have -*lf- "But
determination. It is essential busineri
that n:i Briti n Influence a inch in wlUi
Stanley was (hen t ok
KM
..; though W' .-Mi- :i;
iryinj to s.-ii>..:.. I
ti m The Iptlon il
Look at Gen- 9C. provU<
ih. ^L\ fallli .1
old Brliii 1
ttringing him on with their
los negotiations." The Council of Ui
hopes, arith it Improved
ii
.
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1
i IR.
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ine performanceimtant fet-awoy
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C\i.l nil KTI l.s
l SOW \H\ -I Mi \\. Ill ( I Mill R
HAIG
//in Ditir\: now
gamarmh fall out
A Novel
SK 'Pipe of Peace'
r.-M marshal Karl HUi.
*!.< w*> 1 ummnidrt-in-(h|r(
of Hi. Ilriit-K \m% in 111*
1*14 1* war. dird In 1*211 lo-
daj. ltn (-*i*tioii a val-
uta- i.f i-slraet. freaa hi-
private pap* re and dlarw* .
lll.rif I > > I ir
In I* found 'he
.-'ury of the

*' gag. Though
rise may lack In* pith
-"a an., of Ird Stan nop*'*
lhat book,
mind of a man
hn death
'land out toler-
"-> art indeed er.-
ramec
Txlinr iMaMjaj of
these papers n personal because
"i-i of the
writers character which have
Mdden.
Tongue- tie*}
Asqulth i..failed Haul "tongue-
' Maura mtt-
th* pxlitlclans lay in the,
'Dry could argue rase
' net Hut ha* gifu
of espcesMon were certainly not
liubbed I tr, jac his
brisk and
evidently
nour than is often sup*
d his description of toe
I "n, as a laaull
r-nce campaign.
rat t a-t , ratal France Marsha]
Joflre a ch-Oifta. of lemonade or
beer ii deUxr *

strangely an, ere ., those who
he mod thlnis of life.
After the epi-^ie when the Army
stapiaUy arrested T Smith the
future Lord Chancellor Barken-
I Ig U chiefly
with lb* Id bi.iidy
i

than he appeared on the surface.
He ni
Towards a politician, for when
Asquitk stayed with him in
Prance be wrote A pleasure tc
I .v- tog old men Mi the novas*.
So aaauesng and kindly a.
Squabbles,
He mi atspoken comments
e Uoyd George, Lord
rU-xheran -no Sir John French,
who comn.anded the I
j-edillonery Force that went to
France sn 1914 Eve:
llaig had slender
opportuniti's for judging u
written efl .. an old woman."
Anyone who has a nodding
:ri the event* of
the 11*14-18 war is far .
the feline squabbles oC the Brit-
l*h gMaralk Asqulth perhaps
used a truer word when he r. s-
ligaled IbeN bickerings as aer-
" Mighty offensive" were two
words used by Dr. Johnson to
nt of par-
sons. These disputes among the
generals, where loyalty might
naturally Ik- expected, merit
equally severe DOBMMBf
Tne surprise of these diaries
French generals tne reserves at
Loos and Passcnendaele his
i i i i ' amplifies, though it does
pUOliShea. ShOWS -.arterly app:
.** ir. Duff
ii htilhtutiH'iis when ***
The editor naturally makes play
H igs fears about French
-.o-ala. which u pnm Ike key of Um^ ^ ,
ujld tally U wastd > oaSE-- iTlwKSSr
Iht aarUer book.. -h." Vt^^",:
Raaarrs ho-rvar. ma, raise n.^J5i J*"
eybfvit when th,> come to two icreen
nu of Halfagain on the Usually, thtae are shown

by ROGER
FULFOKD
* <* Sir John Fr> .. .,. ,,,
,.?f*t*'"* J'^!h'."U"L'!l .V "" **"' '"">
l15. he Mid Tne Army u itaUc N-va.o war L~r.it* m^
:d be practically con- perlloua far ihr ..a^,. .;
trollad from London* and "There role, proepertor* puahine
. no grm: acope for French to ajew territories of nordaerT. '
,o wronr Bui it -.here waa no Artaaoa and Kt California Aiki
Mat acope for a fresh mind to m those days of the maddk
to harm, there wn likewiae no ;*' there aeesnad Ut!..
treat scope for a fresh mmd to hooci rriors and pake
lo flood In othe- worlu. the faces settjinfl down lo work m har-
Ma~-M4i must be loucht eise- many.
- *- * important Arrencaa inoustrva
. a_, d5***OD,n,t proaasasaeae, youns;
g waa sorely tried Nava.o ri*r^-wtTa year oTm
Birtar.aAj. Kassssfhaa*! BSaT* as>>ea-ald BsjCfasart .--;,,_ a
M m sUipla as tat natmber a word of English*re hard at
lord George's AwiiwinfcTlnu work on highij skiiled jofaa. The,
sstttee who asked h*m. "Do project was the Uying of *e miras
te the round *" *-' peti-oarutn ess nstmlr* t+~
\x STOMACH PAINS
We'll soon have that better
H
."
_ use tha round cannoo '- pelroieum flas pipelxe from
r taut It H dlaqu.. " J- New Mexico, to Topocft
he aeema to have absorb 1 aoaa California boroer
the prc-Jiadlcoa of the barrack- Abou: "too miles of the route, and
-bout civilian life a
- really ouflnt lo haee pasaed trom to build the rieeejaary pumpinfl
doue-htv tke Army wtth the Duke of Cair.- V-'-or.. law a^dun
_Z bndast and Sir Badvcn Bulket. Rear>-Uor.
11 that Haifl was -----^-., .
nhter in theso bailies .or*- "if*" *" * Radvcr. BuUer.
times on hi. own aeeouaL *- <**..*""?*" ,-*2*r; heii'^T*?*0 ""* C~M
A cretul readln, of aU the **** o 7 brave', rteatad J cre, ,t
. inna, jno., inat hr T,re "i commer.t> "Sao -Mm lo obtain ,
> "?\,,. ,"VeaJonT = " eduamtion-ao cHed- -
JIN. for the recall o, French in ;**. . "* '?^' eouncU .flreed-prcrfu,, ;
^puThia^he,^ roL-ciT. S"S "r^e
Trust him.- he had and has taught to buddmg Pri ..,k j ^^ yj'" *^e
atari and admirers. le"- ompleted.
Haig waa not among them. Mr. He ww delighted to find mat T) xhtM .^ u w.ilmgly
Blake t-o. that until the Baale"* **"" ' th/l_*lor'- -rsl iob waTtc
of Loos in the late Buminer of ^ cernnieodable dislike of.fin4, suaVient interpreters wht '
11 Haig oil Of friendship and PoUt-cians. but he does itot seem c-^!d hm. train *nd then direct
loyalty kept hit views to him- " h*v ">t ,l ** only the the .Navajoi in iheu- new tasks
self This is not correct He had dislike of the liberal politicians Meanwhile, schools for Inalroctlni
rej^atedly expressed them to the "*tl naPP"^ '" in o"1" at 'hese rcvruiu In ele.
nna [person who really counted *"' :irne- __ *"< qtateklj
King George V
Atqai'k'ft Act
In August. 1914. just as the
nEF Here about to sail, he told
the Kjng that he had "doubta"
frthe su^2rr^l.il ^aa G^ae "bttterly. 1? secretly. a- IheX had neve, dreamed of. and
lb rLl^w itik -^ MUdBiil .Mori many or them had .iiulifled
to S, lITSa."! nt ^.rT he been recalled after the re- (|u,u M , crnkWly ald , jm i rjet.
ul r,^* nurse secret hale. He w. : lepiewn:. I...:
la1^!-^.^yhav eb..:
'"~ho^ f^rneBdL l""'.'",J7J>,h. -"..lo* ,.
-ild their own with thei
DUE TO
INDIGESTION
atACa. PAIKI
lraJlattlOXl By
..LEAS fULAKD
>mach roa
asi ...-*...*
i-,... -i
dws iLiiaUiaslly
asasd lsrm.ua. Oaa
. -
- s
i (he trow* of oe 1U1 Keaa
\ .' - '. f. lac-Jy i-S.
F9(.
SPOTS, RASHES, BURNS
1 IRRITATIONS,
GERMOLBSE taafavTdf a tzuch-htalt m mard txm*. *
Bad *- -t
ALSO IN
TABLET
FORM
L*dV^ !---' r
SOU
utJIIS
MACLEAN
ft AND
Stomach PowdaV
I, M. B. METERS
Rrtdt'lown rUrbadna
out. dspretiad. e*
I --* or two day af
w,!i ee ck>yarestora loti
p the v*vole nervous tyit^m.
ictjF n lo-; '.as row against l*r
met .riiii.on ltd remember, gticafsst Teaat
Wma h sipscu; >sljsbi aftar illsa
BBVicRW
the time.
The VeisJiti
Many people will feel that for opumistac expectations <
Haig to appl> the epithet cur "ide
to Uoyd George is scandalous. The Navar* proved amaringlj
The editor does not improve adept at leutning lo handle tools
ays but
history upon HaiK
Readers of this diary will
; '
i men aU
treat.
The decision
was Uken nt a curious moment
when Kitrh ner, the Sccretar
atate for War. was temporarily
out of the country, and Asquith.
UM Prime Minister, waa
; .: \ .
always said thai the recall
Frem h was "tntirely my own
la hardly correct "5f7 L '"" ".", ",".. ".""" "
because the Kim rn.de' uphu y11""1 " '> "'"">' L'd ""', It is unqe to Ihink lhat th.
mind to Icll Asouith everything '"' ^aTeelng to its publication. tf,jnHf.ithers -.f '."fne of toe w>unr
Ihan he ha I he'ird ,ro_'^(J There Is naturally much material .,.
about French No ImDartleJ /or lnc P'otiactcM i ..mcs of the 0(lcc donned war-paint and the
observer can doubt that thuT was military commentator, in these war-henddrcsacs of cafllrs- fiith-
the reaaon why Asouith some- I""**- but ""' wl" "ol row >rs and rode out with tomahawk
what suddenly madjlh. clurnye lleT by l>-inc shown with all j ami scalpinfl knife to smbush
Cut.,, of Hal, mSTht TuaST y " vlrtu" *"<1 '""' " Mn"
that he was the architect of his *"or'ni"n-
own advam-ement Tn* !' PaDfr r ioufU*
. j llaut. IfU-Ult. rdlld b* Rebert
n- .? rc"r Blake (Ere and Spolliswoode.
On the lario controversial 25,,
issuea with which llaig was ton- Wo,.d cofybicht RMravio
nected lna relations wfth tho --laaLS.
.'i. ..11 An I
cavalry traap. Rut no iraec of pasi
violence clou bttweeO Itic Navajos and then
new iiicnit* ofthe oil ind
Liter has indeed proved 11 worthv
..inbassad.tr lo Ihe West.f-E.S.
Lilllc Success In Gallic Development
LONDON.
msyHtad success can b-? re-
|M iU\L'li,pineni of out-
ttnndlng milking eaitst in the m-
iligenou1- lypes found in the colon-
11 s. acesujdlng t. The Times Rc-
\11vv of Uh BrilsBn Cos. 1
ii lajat beue. In re'
; m-fiu 1 < < -i .'.... ..,
I /..-bu types
fi>r emaslnB.
In lag '.'. t 1
no indigcnnir: laitle and both
European and E-i-t Indian breeds
have been impor.cd by Ihe more
progressive and wealthy e late
I ipaan *ttle
seldom did well ;nd tross-breed-
ing naturally OCQUrad. BOBM ol
these crosses have proved l>etter
and more adaptable to conditions
than o'hers.
In Jamalcj. formation of a new
beef breed, called Juiihhj Bad,
with Devon. Red Poll and Zebu
blood, i now in progress and the
-.pon of cioa. Iliad bulls to South
and Central America 1* quite a
Hour 1 J.I1 ink businoM.
"The development of what one
may call a tropical dairy b tad
has probably progressed further
u n < with greater success In
Jamaica than in any ptlM
say* the article, referring to IbC
recent development of another
new breed called Jamaica Hope.
a cross between Jersey a n c
Zebu.
"In Trinidad and British Qul-
j:,.i." it .idii--.. I
hava been tricl
Jerseys, cross-bn
been so successful, and though the
first cross in quite an economic dall
there has been i<>
another lype comparable to the
B.i r
ensures
BRYLCREE.M
keeps the hair
oft. lustious and
natural-looking
all day long
BRTLCREEM s^jgW
contains no gum, j^.
oap, spirit or .,
starch- it gives
life to dry hair
lalatv^:------
BRYLCREEM
controls the hair
without excessive
oiliness
\ustto^s
JA. klaeen ,/lmong Khars'
"The BOVBB 19
a c:ir wilh those
liidilen values
I Sat nlial (o
pleu\urnble
l.inh.l in.- ..."
O Smooth Riding
'J Imm.'iculale Interior
l.iixuriouN Comfort
# Kconoiuicul
-----a*a-*^iss^ra.
*-- SSrf-- -*pu';; "www-
0ttS*
-../
All these are points uorlh nolini; when roniiderins;
purchasinu a car above average: a ear that will
larra pm far Into the future ....
^Wover
Toush! C'unipatl! Uuili fur hard labour on
road rule, i" Held . The l.and-l{n\cr is a Tractor,
DeTivarj or Tnwinu Wasjin, .Mobile Powar l*lant--
in one !
REDMAN & TAYLORS GARAGE LTD.
Will
your hair
lasl a lifetime? *:%
There i. o:i'.v ansjf hiif,gjfed
Bat atom i* hair
ItcgMrj nsr Ii luipita'naji aatafas.
I aaenit bptopaiiyaatalaBad.
1 ry half grows from a rit cmhedde.l
in ihe .Wain. Ta ihe root tuiv t;.>.l Mg*rls
bring n<> lr-.sihsn tNorganu vubMance. which
Linn luir pffDtaia, Iliv i- suhsun.ci sre ihe
1 II d upplyfsth.ihe
biir bacocaai dull, hlclcss and brittle. Finally
ii begin'. f> tall out JctJ tr<*m Matrvation !
THREE DANCERS
There arc three very common way. in which your
I 1(' J mpnl) can Ix- cut thon.
I Ihi vtl-foJiKiit //i'ih/i ta year
(WriMiii 7*11 /<*> aw/r casraVas
*-C-P J f^"f<* ohttkatiii ai 1*. >***.
.- I a/ kji' tviri tfminl mndgrtt; r*
V
1 'JinJ or K\ j aay ***a*w itt^tnh Thu may IijJ
U thnm-* 4ir.
1 r*Ma^f>uyaa(Mw*N>xi.ie
rwtamt iMfrirawia 10 mm a//.** fc*fw
M'/v e/<, leil-Wtal an;, oW> lifM of

U hat ran hr Hun-7
i'p wilh a lonk .mien
i J.mdiii.1 and work wonders for Iht
v. Jp ..rcuUtion Bui the main problem remains:
how m bring cura noun.hiiacnt to the hair roots?
Ml 11. BBd OBgf Sil.ikrm, tivrs the complete
awn r. For farsMi a blcnJ
offfj ttophanc.cisnnciyn'tine
.nd 1 e other 15 natuul uh-
Baa vit.il (..r hair health.
S101. tn is 'he liair'i natural
f n 4 1 *.. 1. ..in
mat ttaged 1 :i
inJupeachlc lor men and
. t. rniincd lo huv| a fine head of hair.
n,iy s,i, laWa IgaSgjT
If you are .uffenng from se\xre dandruff, sreasv
scalp cr filling hair, you aiwii use a course t>t Pure
Stl.ilnin 'ITstn: 11 noother product in the world
like it. For let* serious cases. Silviknn Hatr Tonic
Louor.th< id.*] daily trejtrnent And Sil.ikrin
I.iiok with Oil is the 'nghi-wyl;' dressing for
,.:\ vr> "I '' '' ,VI" P**
your liair a hand>nie. healthy
ppea.-in-x, a wall-dressed,
tutur.-.lsx*.ancwl>nl!ian 9
a-.J 11'
Shvikrin (j
ThI HdRSHAIUHALKKJD
1
Can you lake
a hint, Daddy?
II Miu'vr taken Ihe Kid- M* K. B llunte shimi-o^"-
tlien I 111 -lire .tnc had the whole dor* of wail*
I --te arr a feu of the fascuulln-
M 1 rnys pl'tured below!


Fellow .hmrs rldlnc the
MoboToT-Cjrle uithrrmov
ahle H.fety wheels: Horse-
man below- is jusi one of asar
IreaAore of amuslna riaatie
Toys.
< in hi 11.it imi mesl pla>
lime Moho t^au>-Deefc I- fee
the artloi. R eauty below Is
Ihe Maho Merr> -fa-RaunaV
Fun for one er twa. pall It
aroundkff easy sa ato.
Real play lime campinions the Mobo Toy* make' and
these are only a few er Ihr lomplrlr inlricainc
ranee al K. R. HIS 11 g ~i. k. IE. HUM I t> Co.. Ildi:
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PAG* sixti;e\
M \im \I)\M< ATK
-IM1W lll( I MIII.K 11. IMS
DAVID LEWIN'S
Spottufct
MAKES A NOMINATION
_, Miss Peek-a-Boo
now there's a girl with
flair
;- light burns
until three in the morn-
ing in a Chel.-ea itOdlO
rl 0 Tf DOf'tWOMI ut happened
ye.slerduyi- It kg Joan
QninNi staying up
UllnCi readliu. rradtiiK pi-'V
N N
Why Hum Mom whoa
Ota*, film, and TV produo |
i* dashing mund with h:
I ! ot difficult ?
IVmp*rament to tease ?
I say neither and i
reason in the i
ilirmr word of tlie week.
FLAIR
That the Greenwood Hair, and it
iMt feline
pkl pal she ran

i wards'"
ITS UNEXPECTED
MY FAMILY COULDN'T GET ALONG
WITHOUT GENTLE, DEPENDABLE
~>!?SL PHILLIPS!
riM

UOP up
xpec In
ii rhinestone earrings and w -nig
. -ms 1 r lluir ... :o%iak< :.
ml 10 rush over 10 lielp Dor
/1.All; tor knowing a hen 10 change
i unr Ho, alter a TV parl.iv
1
Doll's House" and aurr sucreaswith
< demand from the BBC to rrpea' II
/In' afti* aski 1'nla,
Somrthinn nrir. plftue.")
I LAI ft lor rinding her own private
disappearing for n inuple o! davs
l Christmas and playing a rk>an
::nltnoan !o anvone* in .1
The other day I saw Joan Greenwood
'D u fllm made in France " Mr
I'l-i-k-u-Boo.' Fiuir strain W-
U-i In a quaint Mark-cat rosiiime
.rglar.
n-i flair helps to put over the fllirfi
di'iighifui ideaabout a man who walks
through walls. Her own flair tor fun
bubhled over when sht found that attet
the French ftbn nun had the idea Ihev
realised tnef coukln manage 'he
. clinical inck* Thr> had to aend tor
. F:i.
All these Greenwood aascu are
tmiUM Hair, wlorh is not as common
* ,sinew as many th.nk
fur distance, when
H*X llisrj'.e^ n-pr-fed 5UCCeuIUl
West Bnd that
people lound memsetiies paying two or
e the \me material.
IT'S NOT OBVIOUS
It isn,r !'.: 11: M.mlvn Monrae to
become the mouthpiece tor obviouilv
siudio-wi.p'O sivemfk*. Ijtteat: "I
lwart iinore TalBc 1-gh's When vuu
have seen o-^c toil have seen them all
Joan Greenwood doe* not make uch
mistake. N rut she never
trades sotehr on one o! her disfl
qualities-ihs* curling. heguilUK
Not doing the iihTiiut th"ig-'na' '00.
is flair.
London Express Servioe
01 Ai k 1 M 1 itdh
NO ALIMONY FOR
MISS HAYWORTH
.urn h yworth*i Isww,
...iy Burtley C. (.'turn. aftssr
i,j( tiny.. Ill
, (Chan's representative, Charlee
. .rein "Th.- detailg of the sep-
1 .ition ugraetnciit between Aly
Kb,-in nnd Pita wilt never bo
known,"
Hut I rarviivr some details:
1.A trust fund guiir.inte.,1 l>y
the Agu Khan will provide four-
ve-r-old Ytrjrnine with mi annual
income or mmi dollars., 2.Rita
is to have "custody .,1 KasmlM
while Alv rgjpjlns the right to visit
i er as often as ho lik.-s and to take
or to Europe tor an annual holl-
'v.. 3.Rltt abandon all claim*
' mimj nties agree
."inn SUtan to each other's
1 -iiv. 1.. After Rn i ivoree thr pair will present
henvselvps before the A.'..* Khan
nnihle him aa head of the fe-
n fli Moslem seel to have a SYm-
t nl'c Moslem l
'Like A dentlrman'
Major htteh in the ntSBUaUOM
was: Aly's Iwlstenco (sold to b*
inspired by Tie Aon Klian) that
V ^mine should receive a Mos-
lem nliglous e < In this Kila
*usp ' '<- en 1 ri Aly Khan acted like I gentle-
'.n beeaue he WSOI rertnin that
- he 'n.j his wife would do ti-e
ght thu

1 .ity loadorshlp 1-
Ultflti i\ho fought the war
on Miss Hoyworth'i dodgljn to in ri one ind thooi who resisted
abandon daltn ;, wide-
(.'nun commontod \\- 1 eonftdonl lender.
ltd her |a 1- M. nOOTrt thing to
\ ite Invi tmtn the party that
... sj I.., not en
In a
.: 1
.
mr " w tdorful nine'
lug with i-.i--i.uied Spanlah
. ;
fiietni oi au and thai
land i" 1 ttui-I "
Otnsj buck to the
lien a ini--
l r I was lasi mere "
Out In The (old
< t PI i.i.ni from U 1
, ;

Die llni fOI winch hi
( f Ihe Am........ -I'd !'<
.
warning t" yoWran row
Andro Marty ml ins fellow do*
rUkn t'. rooani
v too are bundled out
I
11 Of Ihe
ill In l'ie Oommunltr
nerely refuse 1<
1 ..... 1, .
attack^, with rmbarrie-
ind Tillor
.... hob
' 'land.
Then the Mage will *-
f "the 1 loader'
rhorei it win be not
"!
r
promlnenl
hOdtOfl will have bCOD QwCOntly ie-

. wiped rt
They Said It
ljuoles of Ihe week: I'
Vylvaao I'ampanlnl: "I ipeak
ettei when iny mouth u
11 . ettl French actor
I'jiiiel oiin: The bonoymoon ll
1 ihe husband takes his
!.'! Uail makes
her an Item on his monthtv l>ud-
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STARTING SUNDAY 21st DEC.
.mil ( tatssssjlai through I9S1
111 extend its
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BtmiiATa
FBOM
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Three Burner
Two Burner
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TRUE
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OF
GIVING


-l\in\ DECEMBER i I ".
si M>\\ MlViH Ml
rn.i mm
j Christmas
I brings
a boom
\in LACE
frta IREIt RICHARI
PAMIS
LACE ts the WoourtU
farts
't the pre Christmas
thirties It It
-aus crtnvltK-
in halt-lenm'-
I destyii*. A'\l tli>
- -> oi Franefi
industries.
ft
;>rj are either
P

. pattern nppea
i b icfcf
ran. b.
f Mac* are fovoiirUe
Iftone.
;
Btggsjnj Mom a Ma
ir.itu mountc-t on
idle The deep off-
thoulder blue-
-. knotting ^

glO ~
Mr. PEET
DOESN'T
FOOL ROEDEAN
by WILLIAM HAMSHER
MERLIN. Th I
SINCE he walked out
of his Job as Reuler's
rhle! Berlin corre-
spondent to go over to the
But German Communists
two yeart ago John Peet
has travelled 4U.000 miles
all over the Soviet zone, he
told me last night.
Why does he travel ? To
give talks ri meetings In
of Moscew's peare-
right campaign

t..n *.\nm 500 yards or
tie bound*.. < vet ahioh he
talked to go Krd s. tun aee
uy (or
I i twft:. m- *atd "That
.red to "
H strategy outpos; o! He
-.
off Later den I,.adust 11. i
iron Cum


in Report, jmi coo
once a I
Circulation
ri^.lE ftUBl ol th'
I
-at -
n i um
i

as a reg
HI i iMl \IM ro repor
aha* is happening in the Ea

Circulation *
Of in* Dam
I i .-
ratwr *r> smile. oa' |
ay clren aU-i
I 100 I I> D era
Import |Jt :o F
ui Commonae.i
I
Trade un.in branche* U*
shoo I
On. n
send n*

. and
i

I in

German Report
r,fdi miv 1 hope lot

i
PeU
And i ma Iraq
*r girls' on-
schoii at Bngta 1
Me enough <
lah p-oplr.
a m
Double radon
Sun ion
illlr i
.' I>IIH
.
ll rver hi*
WrUern

.
ptU <
t^LLwks SANDALS
J$r fro & tojU#p~JlrrfiM4tdrtH>
look for this lobe)
COMMONWEALTH TO ACT IN
COMMODITY PRICE
"EMERGENCIES"
Ihr fii.shiimnhlr tltmtlllt u r,n h
l...i**. auc auuau s co *
IU RUNAI.ll BOX m i
Mubbcr
LONIXiN.
The poll Ifnaian raw
modity prices, and Men nib
quenl (all, was one if the <
factors in the sJarmlng detertoni-
tion that took u in
the stcrliiiK UWi peyio
lion. The high income
from the ri'c of ,
sterling commodities en |
primary producing coil
strong demand fa Imports And Al. ^^ (iilI!:< M i;lT. ..i
thia demand cotlUnued
von when prices llUB
,
!
M> below
the Korean boom.
The result, fa
Commonwealth CoUl
uddm tr.itisfnnn it. .. in IheLl
extcnial pidQ&tntl po I
one of healthy surplui u well-nigh
disastrous dellclt. And foi the
sterling area, as a whole, it mean)
an enormous decline In hi
m i v.s. which continue
the first quarter of tht- year,
the i
remain, In all but one
wall above
I
.
rir- ru- Beeeaa
I.,.-. K."i Mm
a-rtr* rrtti Level
js tc

I !
sa *

The decline in the tfol.i '*""'' '"w
has been halted and reversed, but > eaaei
Um atpertence lefl iha -iimg
area in a severely veal
A return to 01 irj
pohciea and lM im- " ""
ports helped to averl
that seemed inevit.iblt 1.
year ago. ltut tin
themselves, cannot previ ,
tition of the extreme price fluctu- TJ* Commonwoallli Prim. S eSraaW who I
CriS',* "g; sat.on scheme, were suggested lor
What is needed now. at the " iwnnei tm aM robber U wu th eatieuai-
Commonwealth Prime Minister* dstfnaging i lauon an to who led theopi>.
acknowledged ea.lv in t'.. \ "Th fL-"
don economic conference. U some Hukats- iicf0rr effective price stablll-
f..rm nf agreementpref.-tai- r"> into
nn tnteniatloaal bash Ct It will be necessary U3
ere high.
WORNOUT
a measure of stability
modtty prices.
u. muni
down the attitude of mutual :
A comparison of til-
ling and dollar commodity | .
have moved since Ihe 0
war in Korea throw* Interesting
light on the problem thai
Commonwealth leaders.
The following table shows how
Red celling ana (|on lnfll preveiu_s BfJ
t^mmodi- whonever producers and i
,tv at) together t<. talk abou'
.
iut quite anotb
i it Price

i unalil* I* ffc
b I. - rauM ol
-l..-,Wr <>,.,,...
in the maantli
.iiotiwealth countries have
I rled to e'tabUah 00*
" _____ (-_ --.____..ll^L.-.v ll-l
But

! ,

set in motion al Ihe first
the price' of the sterling be/i
main dollar-earning eonme hJ3u?S Map>roacnlnf"^ei*ency-.Thu
rose after the outbreak of wa, "" b, collective action the Common-
Korea and declined durii prevent^ repe-
subsequent re.. |UIIrtain prwt level ., ((f the
^_ -. -., In the caw of wool iroae as a result ..f the post-
Commonweelth pro Korean coRimodrty boorn
rrt.
P>ak
rm*
pi

lumi\..\.s.
USED TO
DREAD
WORK
UNm
He Lest Ike Pmimt m M$ Arnee
No wonder this djm areaflad
< in* to work, for rhsnmaUo
palm la his arms rcada it torture
to on them. Tel to-day h fn
Btter thao ever and wore la a
plaeaara. aa be U1U ID bis Uttea i
"I bad beea anfferlnB from
maumatlsm vary badly and had
aucb palae la my arma I "^f6*''
knew bow to oaa tbam Than I
was told to try Kroschsn Halt*,
and altar using ona bottle a
lound rallef So, of coorsa. I have
kept oa with It. am now taor-
oogUf bettar aad hava noTar fait
acTflt for yaars I oaed to faal
miserabia and slogglah. bot now
it. u a plaaaora to work lostead
of a dread."8.B.
Ths palna asd stlffnaat of
raaamatlsm are usuallr CB^
i.v depoilta or eicnee ur
tbemuscleaacd joint*. Krusrhao
a*lmu:aiaa tha kldwya anJ otnar
intestinal organs to regaiar
healthy action so that " tne
exoeas uric acid l> aipellatl
ihroufh tha na'ural ***-
Wawnthat goes, acbos andi paiae
to too. rreehnaas and lgour
ere reatored
If yon axe trouhlwt *'.tb man-
auian gi -
our-elf. Ton *.an get It from
a.1] CbemlsW aad Stores.
Uekeyi
ul al otdar. \UMry, \
Mo. k..)f-.i IV
MMKMia <( I
ftaewa .-). i..-"
Hw blaad. WUn Hwi In). lU ..ii-m
hr-omaa defr*** '"' ?*"" a1 '
..I raun and mitrraMt Than i* Iha
tan. la lata IUI. K-imy IMI. WMlan
I hour lladdi Marl U Ulp Iha kidivoi
Viin -.. Ihcta hararfJ *(' Sawi
-.,.. all in' l-lm, m ala
t-..W tnarf- .i-t ,~, Bi b- . I-
,.l Ihe irnum, I Wlrl KM. (Mil I
lar I.,,. batlU >l .11 d>ut ttaxa. m
V>
YEASTWE
Dodds Kidney Pills
AGED AND MELLOWED
to corns to you as tks Ckms
og (peJtfectio/i
The Only Pain Reliever
containing Vitamin B,
stftMcan
I NERVE I-1INS
CO.OS CHILLS
Ml
, RHEUMITIC
^ta^s^^jsaa
YEAST-VITE
If you are iuffnng from a Cold,
(Juli, Headache or N-t.- I'.m
1 NST-V
ill be
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makes to you. Your l'n,( old,
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m much benrr.
KEUEVES TOUR ^AiN
and
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i There'i no'hing clve like
IK the
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mains

ri 11 a "uppiv of
-
TO DA* I Tiui'i the
bet "iy to get quick re-
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%.
Jhc Shandy
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(anwiLa
WnaBUIBBwaMMtlwwttWgi^g

I'M.I I II.IITF.F.N
SUNDAY \HV(,
-I \[>\\ 1)1 I I MHf.K 21. 1K2
Some Of Those Women
Would Scare The Children
(The} Certain!) Frightened Mo)
(B, iimnn BAXTER

si rung m
the dark
omlng H

|( Dominates

that
I i

nothing i
:,
Douglas OhOM*
trail of lha Queen. I

I supposa thut aul<
:
having
!

bout it
i ol ihal

of rnuuVi eharan 11*
roung woman who Inland that

>he walks.
Dignity
. mn oi vi portrait, ami
II
tha reflcclK.....1 UN
Queen's
i and the bach of bar
head just turnad an.....
'
md ii quhM nignity in a
portrait ih-i would othi
any claim to restraint or subtle-
With ex. uaablf showmanship
i idnar1! portrait ol
*
t

TIm M
lurned
1


i is also in

! Bui -nil Manna : p*>t
4 I'h.l., [..h V|tK A

s. why
' i llikll ll i>f
chhmlrj hi i
I
On i
M nn treat* <
: II
- Kh the ut-
nor Steven-
son had re] duccd thai portrait
;.ve resulted
i inH, capres-
outhiul face could
Jdier who
bather he was of
Soulh.
In The Moonlight
.>u*ly an-1
ilntlni 'he Lord Mayor
( Uverpoug.
K. Cotton). It
portrait but a
A i ship Is In his

11 relurned
i nn.....I nit hough hla
ba Illuminated
gsnllght- Alder-

of an en* i i hooNl which
'.'.- .. ,Un'n-
lic Liverpool touch. His tytn Is
Itlnsj clown in that ;....
.huh ever) wife feel?

I en delivered.
.'. th much 1
i a three
n foui palntlngi which K'ip ,n<*
ti return t" them
'..-.. I ..

-tare nt nothing;. Her
r.Migh fur j.nk.' I.r URlaai
which
mikht br>
..:; \ ni.iin; the
.in> Lefl Wins; woman of In*
1 may be m.iiigmng
i me.
Ibsen Woman
at* Howard Somvrvilii*
anotbei roung woman
htt n lha children.
n dark hair, dark eyes
and waari < dark shawl over .*
dart dreai All this glvea strength
long, tltpoaad neck. She
U li>ngs to Ibsen, to the world of
i ranking
i ..until house.
(ike Vjera. was not
i >f
I
V.tHU> COPYRIGHT
PJBKRVBD
lYff.
Housing
Experts \ isii
UoiniiiH-a
-.

and Mr. I>
eer. arrived m i >
day. Thc>
hare been aaug
bean ComrmsMon U
Point IV i
have aided Qovt i
ous colonic-. iiicludiiiK i
Trinidad m n their
housing projects.
Dr. Garcia and Mr. Hanson have
begun a tour of the
Islands to discuss housing prob-
lems and to gath*
inn conditions in the*
On INaaadar lha experts. vMta I
various pi
conditions and pro
using. On W<
they were invited to
Oh Ba nrd ol Dti
Dominica Building
nation al which tin .mswered
OB hot
bv th-< IU>ar>l
They spoke to a |nr..
gathering on Tnw
tha aid ad atif*tM
tern. Mr. Hanson spokt
ihc poorer elane. !l

' w building bt "
l>v the alda

. ..:,
!:., --.I 'in
there of the eorol stone In
Dr. aarcti next da
ed self-help system, pointing out
iu advantages, which include pro-
duction of more houses li
i llllir .11 | li.'.M-
Di Oarda and Mr. n .
i i. it) d the ust of nideu |
in building hoUM-
.is in-in what they hat
during tneii ihnrt atai U
in need of mnny mori
nd bolU i I
They both announced Iheir

Domlnka to gtve al.....
nanavoi
ment Invited them.
Mr. Hanson an I Ml
Vlondav hv ihe (Inmt.in
ItfeUlfad
to one who will
appreciate it all the more
LADIES' DRESSING TABLE SETS
An assortment oi styles and colours to suit all tastes. Priced to please
at $8.08. $8.30, $10.74. $14.39, $12.81. $20.33 and $24.47
Genls Comb & Brush Sets at S2.52. $3.93. $6.00. $7.02 and $11.04
CAVE SHEPHERD A CO.. LTD.
10, II. U At I* BROAD STREET
A MAFFEI
SUIT tUJr"
THESE SOLDIER-SCIENTISTS STUDY
FOR ATOM
AGE WAP
hv tiortion Ihthnurt
DUVaWHAM Berkshire).
THE first Huy.il visitor to the Military
College ol Science. Prince Philip.
provwi. d 0i* brlefoat description ol
its lunctlons when he siiid last week; "An
aatebUgbmenl whu-h leaches scWnce tu
soldiers and. at the same time, soldiering
to ebmtlgtg, \M 0 ubsoluU- necessity"
The long. \ov eoHege buildings stretch Uk<
ilngirs along tbt Vait >t Whlb
i ...
ol tin' 700-acn- in
inf Army U drauinn a s;edy supply ol noldirr-
msnm any Aiom-aae
n,ir
n ... | n s i tin m little more than

Nearly 300 >-oung onVers -
oaH trash irom Bandhurst and
some old enough to haw
ng at the end ol tle :*r
m lafcmn eoui
Moat of them mil ewm uti.vei-
iegreaa.
Tao old but brightiv poiisiiea
lira*- ca-inon near the i
10 the lcadquaner block are a
reminder thai the ro'.leae is a
milltarv lnsUunon aith a
Tiiajor-K, neral as its cooi-
mandai
No parades
M lilt. MILITARY COLLMiK O* NCIriNCH. I.lrot -colonel Kohin frVtchrr
IrlU sUdents about a (ersoan Unk.
But the n>in:na".dii!i Mu):
general B. C Data) Rojri
Ki.tt.neers, believes that the bast
urmospliere for ;lie soldier-
o lesrn .n n 'liaiol the
. Tttere are no military
parades and lllile eeminony.
In Becket Hsll oltlcers of
(lie eolleae meet under on
uain'u&as lent bv the Tale
cij'.ery and lamous regiOieota
nua arrv:ng
I'brary. 40 yards long,
wliere vudenu work w th books

-
where- secret report* *i<
Annul* Mudenu in tha
' niiiiilx'r
,,(
.viidv at toe college
Jame* Ixiw. a 31-ycir-old Ucoi.
and 3l-vear-o'>i l
RobertK from Wr oii-mikc'-
Mare, had been sent bj
emit ron-1-!ruction dim for a
course "Normally e
are back-room boys, and It la a
us to be ben- gg I Ml
Low.
A slrariKc feature of this
college Is that Uie tearhei mutt
learn alongside Uie pupil
Commonwealth men
Prolen^or
ing orar a ___
solve problems that defy
nna
kno* of ih latest development*
n Uie apeebl nelda we >tudy A
ilitcoverr dial might not change
the text-books of an ordinary
university for 10 veam could
lirtng a cliannv liere in a week '
In another lecture room Di
' O Lambe. wearing :i blitck
gown, instructed a rcla" in
,' -:,. I .. r i- .
d.ans and mi \ >
.imong tle offlceni silting at
daj u
In the hangar.s are tank>
ma and machinery.
Leading a class which erawUd
outlaavd
dcriiwn I'anarrlager, was Lieu-
:-nant Colonel Itobm K let < her
Ainung hi* puplb ii< Captain
H L M King, of tlie Canadian
Army.
Head of all this aWfl
'In- l>eiui I'roffwsor O (t Button.
Scholar of Jesus College, oxford.
mill ijoetor of Science
Wearing a tweed Jacket in his
ma ntfice Prole*o;
^ald: "Only onie in my life have
tney go: me inio umlorni iind
TEH- > EAR TAX IIOLIDA Y ?
KINGSTON HOW
An artlcla puiiii-hcd ba Um
-tatinR that
ipoeed to offar a Iw-yam s i
rkoudaj" to now li
...
hag
n Kit-.: -, .'.iii-iTit i |ba QovwrnaMgiL iif
. howavai thai tha I
Council is now con I i
I wiih a i
ii- if i ai
then Uiey lonrst to glee me anv
rank
WiUi this college, wb
reolly a university, the Amu
have leap-frogged over the other
two Services. We liave some-
th.ng liere that all the world
mav envy. The Army Coum-.:
have kep- Uieir word, and thO
who teach also have UflM to
Nor U the scientu*t-aoidi<
.un'hlng but lough. The Col-eic
ha* a oral-class rugger sidv
.HQiuudi. tennis, arcltery and
other sports are provided for and
-hole golf course la betr*
i '>U1kt-scientists _.
"Ilieir motto, which means Wi-
lt now the causes ol things," wa-
hroadly translated lor me bv a
loung ofBcei tis. "We kno*
. vervthlng."
lie said it as II lie. at leas'.
Iwliered It.
VVOKU) COI'THHUIl KKHRRVBD
Y ankers Ataico
Station, Eajj;!*- Hull
Sol M I
lulls J
lie II..'
, I: Hi JM|-
They'll 13> It Im.iv I iiik
Hermans The kind of workman
Who nev^R uikes To leave a Joe
UNDONE ASK HIS WiFE-
-----------------s-------~~~^%gr',
IH01L0. HULOA- yEAH \ 4 /,
' ITS AC LOCK, I KNOW
VOJfiOT SUPPER CN.
VftjT I PETER bTAy
\ AW CLEAN UP IhlS,
iS^HEKE JOS..- ;-
llv Jimmy llailo
But Thkee months or l he started 1& bjper a r0ov1 in
HIS OWN HOUSE-TMrltDtFFgKeMT/
I Pne THiNfiMiLTHeY"
y FURNI IW?E PiLED UP IN \
( tlERE WA, I wo FBR yeu
! r flNING
V ROCM.'ITS CRi\'iNSilc
\ PA~. > ITS LIKE LlVtNS
j V_IN A CLOSET
W

' pt""*
hops lodl< Ulllt llic err mm m
.in oi me Rsmm garttui Maitaaa
in the island, thai lonirr baa '>""
been been lr.iiisl.inmd uiu> M
ttraetrea pin i fat baa mouirm.
lulil" where tbe> uii ban Am i
aara serviced and reilllcd
I he prophelor. Mr. Kennei'i
Jonee. who has been uri)i-( on
tin- \.iiii,. r- iinv (ouipany lor th'
past eighteen jeart. recently v >-
iled New torh In the inirn-.i ol
11* Bran ug ...iic.iid rahsablc
hnouledie antl ihl- he it prepared
10 iih to III* tustonirr-
1 in m itiun i -it !- ii'.m ii Ik
b> three traffic lane*, where
ataatlg bova baan bwaajaag for th.
henehl ol tl.r molori.t -iinl than
need be no .oniEc-tnni luirnn..
the slatitin Irani the in- there
re two lane*. hile the spproacli
irom the iinin'ri affWl unr "In
i"d two anbi
(Inr "f Ihr most |HM-itul n;"h-
n gg i. btaag bai baan biatafiai
mi sarvlelBg oi car* iii bo < j
nih -.1 ndjrd.
' Kt.Rll BAI
\ Ker,. Bai hag 41m> baan Hitee*
ml. uherr krrii..r. oil cm he
orehaaas] under .1 Muaapj ani
-* "mn Irr artfelgb i- -'" .!r.) n.idr
Ihc hmlrilnc In ihl* huildliiE .1
".,i. 1 M \,.i D
line re eendiMteit jltrr the offire
\ ihtaid arhara rart neasttal
>n s IBgg
' >"- hi he clit lined Up to
mirtnicht Ti.i. scrvVa sbaolg be
,.'.., ,.i
t-n t.e-H lliev.. |t-,.,v ver gbg
week-end
Phone number
MAKES A BIG
DIFFERENCE.
YOU LOOK
YOL'R BEST
YOU KEEL
YOUR BEST
AND THE
PRICE eon
PAY IS THE
PRICE IT'S
WORTH
"Top Scorr-i in
I.tilt,rim:"
p. as.
CO., LfD.
?aaaaaaaaaaa
THIS CHRISTMAS
among the lasting Gifts he gave his Family
was a Redecorated House beautified with
SNOWCEM
DECORATIVE \VATEKPIIOO* COATING
Obtainable in:
White, Cream. Pink. Silver-grey.
Green. Blue. Yellow fit Terra-Cotta
On Sale at all Lumb-r and
Hardware* Stor s
SNOWCEM can be applied direr! to con-
crete, brick and \imilar surfaces. It has
n natural affinity (or these malerials and
produces a faring which becomes an integral
part uf Ihe surface to which il is applied
Its qualities have been proved b many
Building Contraclors thnmghotit sTsWfegalggh
' Demand SNOWCKM DBCOatATIVB
WATERPROOF COATINd for w.ur
next job.


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