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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title:
Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title:
Sunday advocate
Place of Publication:
Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Advocate Co.
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Daily
regular
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English

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Newspapers -- Bridgetown (Barbados) ( lcsh )
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newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
Barbados -- Bridgetown

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Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities:
No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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On Sunday published as: Sunday advocate.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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ESTABLISHED 1895



BARBADOS,



DECEMBER 21, 1952





BEY OF TUNIS SIGNS T

Controversial Articles
Will Bring Calm To |
Riot Torn Protectorate

TUNIS, Dee. 20
THE BEY. OF TUNIS

5 bowed before the °
French Government threat to depose him ua School Girl

placed his seal on two articles of the French drafted “
reform programme aimed at bringing calm to the Die:
riot torn Protectorate. .

The Tunisian sovereign handed over the signed



Urseline Harris, a seven-year-!

In Fire ee":



old school girl of Road View, St,

doeuments to Robert Boissezon, french Residences | Peter was burnt to death last night}

representative during a one hour interview at
» : and shingle house owned by Rita]
which Boissezon delive red the French ultimatum.] farris. her

about 8.00 o'clock when a board}:



xyrandmother, caught!‘
ae cern . fire. The fire was said to be start-
d residency spokesman|ed through a kerosene oil lamp
Mr. Turner said Bey Sidi Mohhamed | blowing up. Rita Harris received|
Lamine Pasha also “under- bad burns and was taken to ho:

: ital. The child's
ign some 60 admin- Part . a

decrees which he

mother, Pauline |

received slight burr

Attends Xmas istration

sts ; he roof of Ure house was badly
been stalling on fe 1 ,
- 1 tor twot, imaged and the sides and other

Party years in apparently a com-| parts

plete climb down before the! was soon on the spot and extin-










His Exceilency the Acting Gov-| french threat to depose him} or lished the fire, Nearby residents | the
ernor Mr. R. N. Turner and Mrs.|if he refused to change his| ¥'t? buckets and pails of water
Turner and Colonel R. T. M in, | attitude beta c Mle yg AP TL
Pe ee xa Pigg eo ; ok a j mi a the y could before the ar-
among the large crowd on Friday | reform plan > case os ot whl aaa
who saw over 300 children receive ci eee tote
Christmas gi the annual time l eae
Christmas party nsored the c will
Police at St. Ce racks, “Tunis



It was a sunny
















_ i these Councils ind in most earried out at the Gommo-
the children danced to po; - we them a ms (Or t dore Hotel, Wood deseribed him-}
tunes played by the Police They were the articles which On Trial My : 2 ri oy : ote ae . a ae

Bandsman Rocheforde Resident General Jean De aH Re JOTInaetyY Whe 2 brits
ed the Diresshts to the 2) cout Maki ‘ae ae detective. He was bogked here on
was dressed as Sant 1 “7 Rica rag & late BERLIN, Dec. 20 1 charge of violation of the tal
wherever he went the children fol- | reje . oer | Seven officials of the East Ger-|!Â¥@n law which prohibited pep-
lowed crying “Santa, Sant : Mond |r ar Democratic part inregiviered gUny oe
me a toy.” Be pa Lave guilty to espionage BT tae He will be arralgn- |

Silartiee wathaiccdie zs tee oe which appeared to be! ©! later today then given hear-

, i ‘ I , lay it c
children there was a film show in. matur on of the Communist ater ane wit? otner tree

Y = e ? ’
the barracks. P rush Soviet Zone At the time police
no 1 view ‘th + . ‘ i ; . pOMse Bent
peeee leaving € s ‘ tements for the arrest of
wy c 4 was ac fi : endant ll identified ag|#nether man not identified but
weet B officials,| Officials sald he was a Cuban anc
; S f the baatinn yesterday Weleved lami. Police
“ 7s € d ial Par : e@ ! ar 3 spied for ®8re 00k ? another
Bronze Bell Will «ves. n Paris where! tr s ‘intelligence and tos tae Weatl | we ne a
we iding n : a
* ea Pr r Antoine Pinay’s r ermar ties Yemocratic © id plot report
Chime In 1953 take i ediats tion if the Bey} Konrad k ince he tap
often Adenauer : c Pas Cuber Goven



STRASBOURG, FRANCE, Dec












The Council of Eu le adiaek si he were charge
great bronze bell ie ted aa & their posts in the part
Cathedral 1 chime the arrival fs wee ths Thmen, to oppose sociel-
of 1953 across Europe by radio ce ans ced , of forming ‘anti-Gtate’ groups

Broadcasting on the stroke of }> “ oes... B® the varty and of blocking the
midnight from Strasbourg — in “ee e It “would! wore ef the Communist run bloc
early competition with London’s | © ‘ oe eptance) of «o-exnlled Democrat parties
Big Ben—started three years age ei olying the

Europe adio st \ gu I a's The dete - * Ns
prograr w ‘ - m ‘ e Unite He Ce a on
1 declar s ¢ UP Y ‘
from Fouad Kepri i Mw sc “F
the Council's Minist Walt ve -





and For

Miner of turkey §©=Red Supply 7% n="
Centre Raided ico ee ee
EOUL, Dee. 2 Vore Argentine
" = Meat For Britain

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Amas Shoppers
Flock The ay

Broad and Swan St





th activ yesterday
mas shoppers flocked into Bridge-
town from early.
In Broa treet
many traffic block E
took motor traffic betwee
10 minutes to t pank of f f g-c
Statue to the b uU : ming :
Buildings. Gings ar nuUge pire Ars
Within two minut 2 Pt vert ef rae
people entered ons t '
stores in Broad Street. E ,
in the city was erowded and so : . ~ , .
of them remained op« fo
day, ; aren a
Since last week : : ;
oF .

stocking



‘ ana Grink for th _
haliday seasor
City merchar



=pear Fisherman

that sale



Senator Dies After
selieved Drowned ft !







whet Bridge ww orverae? y for Cres ut Weer rit



singed The Fire Brigade;

The | he “fm

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Heart Attack |»

Four Held

In Cuban
“Revolt”

MAMARONECK, New York,
Dec, 20
Authorities said they hoped to
make at least two more arrests
in what they called the smashing
of the plot to overthrow the Cue
ban Government of General Ful-
Christma

West Chester county and cit
officials last night arrested fou
men and seized a huge supply ¢
munitions in this New York Cit
uburb which they said were ded-
tined to be shipped to Cuba for
uprising”. Two men were arrest
ed in an unused gasoline station
where munitions including bazoue
ka shells, rife grenades, gunpow-

der and napalm were stered A
third man was picked up in near-
by Yonker snother New Yor

* men seized here were iden
tifled as Alfred Manheim, 29, a

City suburb.
he

New York munitions dealer and |

Frank Connel!
Brooklyn
Pe ters Union

Arrested in Yonkers

49, organized for
local of AFL Bill

and brought

vere for arraignment with Man-

and Connell ap charges of

— possession of weaponr wa
Je ee arte 35, a Cuban

poo 1) fourth man

am J. Wood 45 Thesarre t}










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posed §=Presider



in Soceares
lant District Attorney Bor
tose Edsnistor said Prion Sot



pperent ¥ behind the Hot!
unoovertd here byt the exiled!
President said ir y le

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} MRS. D. HW. L. WARD () and Mr
blind students at the Hurd Memort

place after a GCongert of Christmas ©

BLIND STUDENTS GET

— CHRISTMAS

Gifts of
to the blind
day afternoon at the eoncert

tudents und

isted by a number of 5
After the funetion, the st

holiday from thelr work at the

more, President of the Barbad

Blind and Deaf,

money and fou

vas given by the

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GaeTS Boost Kor
‘Tourist

‘Trade

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nd
Ben Moore (r) ave hore seen dinteivuting Christmas wifte | wth
al Behool, James Mtraet, yesterday, The disteibution « fie 4 ii
avole by & choir of 14 Dilind stadents ‘5
Plane Crashes
| rgy wm Hu
CHARITY | With I FOO ps { e

OnXmasLeave On
| parcels were distributed

Memorial School yestet.|MOSIS LAK, Waslinwin ; ort 4
of Christmas Carols whieh} ih ind

Gow eens :
er Mr. Harold lock , + Glob

wivate artist

clipes
fhore han 100

loverseus | Chu
idents were given & Week's) two and « halt hi tradi
choo) by Sir Allan a jloday and an A Won f Fe
on Association in wid of the |*it “man hee bbe Au batt i”
fhe huge ship dewey " ;
‘ daw wr
amined to th flan
ber ff the ‘ cnn tee | Sp ge thee io j ro o AY
were Misys Vietty Arne,

Evelyo, | The plane ws part

tepne port service
je. Others present included Mrs | weigh” to bring
veen Ward, Mra. Ken Moore,!|
jievd. Clameneon, Viewr of Ube

Bed Vicetiian
for Cirisimas, The crasi

Canes Need Sun










Wout 640 " sid al
i yon the Baplst Chureh, MMBlong o half beter thu loiter
UNITED NATIONS | ine ickherin, The Kevd, Clemen-|, e i burning ‘ ‘ ' quite
New York, De« lessed the ville before Uiey; ; ' ot the
Tite United Nations Sper at| were re distributed | A dul oft ier a Cf ; wing
> Politugal Comittee descmnrednied The tion, Biv Allan Collymare) Vurce Hore eaid thot 7 el the 5 7 We now
last pigiit the establishment of alin Opening the function sald He) ambulences and medion) inv ‘ cone
22-nation committee to study the| was glad Ww be present, 204 GF \the aren were Aisnuters i { , My Fred thereat,
g Problem of sdinitting Japan andj pressed tie hope Vet everyone) scons WA f vie re
Oher “prave loving petions Lappresest welld enjoy the pte U.P FOR, VHA te Alvin wi hay
the world organization in an at-| Brernine ie wi Hat W ne Cares
poem to dircumvent the Pusejaer Hie paid wibute to Mr, Moek’s| io were wokinu ry good
initiative without whieh he said v4 Wlontes ve confident that the
the fovi n he ised the| ere would have been no cele! I dlice Kecaplure ny crop seann WI be & gd
} , a K jl, and they were! ie thou ‘i y teh teach
2 a € x , eratetul to his for his of ecu " J ( ‘ ‘ i hua
to bhack 14 rt nising the funetior PCAC Coosyviel ubes
f p tian uf pare! ‘ ‘ heen planed Ww
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ye wal ¢ N EWSAM & co Soha. sesbarg:— South Afrita
2 COLONY CLUB te rs 7 3" ate-run aifline South African
a: tam | : sas WAY s looking for reception+
3 LOWER BROAD STREET “ ~ Pismge ;
= ; ist lave eharm, personality
4 o
1S . ' | poi ient intelligence, cleat;
ss . & 2 FURTHER great reductions of ! . ir di ta refinen a t .
z <2 SALE TANETPA DRESS SHOP 2 tract ve ppearar F 1
3 7 wie Stock — TO CLEAR
. S * a ¢ $i ity to speal i Af
= nglis mas inner = ° eee dar of
Ss ag | > Lingerie, Stockings, Baskets, Handt ‘ 8! cial |
Me we © ’
< DECEMBER 25 STH z 2 New Ballito Nylon Stockings ON SALE pane eeee terre 0004
SS At & p.m. ; Bix, ' .
z TICKET # 9OV00 4-600 98 SO 0-6406 6-444 454-45 oe” te PERReK ne KMAN
= ICKETS $4.50 on > |
= * ¢
5 ee ¢ rt ‘ . F
2 SS See You at N 4 Brilliant Jive Dance §
= ’ bse x e232 SOCIAL CENTRE 3
= NEW YEAR'S EVE & fc mag ae
= & on ¢ @ PkIvAL, eft Heckmann, ie” 3 |
4 “ ix * Kank Holid
: GALA DANCE AND BUFFET ox een DAY and NIGHT: $|
x, all ANC Al 4 Pigs | ‘ * ADMIBEION — bois ¢
Y all | ' la & © keppl ed by Mr Gitn iter, ¢
# riCKETS $6.00 nd ’ 2 > | dhe Kis fall Orchestra ¢ |
= we Cal § ; 1¢ ent mn Sale Please ¢ |
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> Telephone 0107 Say 4 le Don't hiss this Day wane Might < |
Ss 5; . | Fiiendiy informa! at- i ~) te wen we, tn 4}
. EVENING DRESS ONLY & m sphere, everyone an J 2 402090. BPG POOH
eS sane dee tose tae stead mattis sae thee ae | acquaintance, an d 3 ) ace ee teen 2
SPAT ADHD GN GN FNS FANON TARTANA wth the fine haces a GAIENY — |i
4 ° hain Ge bathed eens aoe The GARDEN—St. James }}{
. : ‘OMORROW 440 PM
INRIA PSTN AN DNDN DY ONIN RGR SAMAR, ting for a memorable ¢ > > rOUAL A. TODAY 3 bm
K O'd Years ! : ) AMERON
CHRISTMAS EVE ) Bits, Neleemikers ete east
& ‘ l . a. | oy i
bem = FREE. TUES. & WED. 4.90 PM )
ow : MEMBERS Only $1.50 } AFRICAN TREASURE”
i AND Dd Ree a4 ee OPINIONS PLEASE!’ Co. Ltd., of Roebuck Street, and heard
. NORTHWEST TERRITORY Rediffusion every Sunday 4 hard at work-—arguing!
& OLD 1 Kirt GRANT > CHINOOK” The} From left to right Viscountess I , Bancroft, Colonel Oliver, Mr. 1
: s Y AR FESTIVITIES iT OPENED he - sthell (Announcer), Mr. Idri Viscount Dar ad ¢ nander Daysh (Guest).
x ry
T | IS EXCELLENCY the Act This Afternoon Kor Christmas
: A DESK DIARIES | Governor and Mie Ture: eps G PENDING. the Chron
4 h h d = accompanied by Capt. W. R. Arm- | he P B days in Barbados are
° Strong, Private Secretary, will at : : ; Mrs. C. E Percy of Tot
he Parbados Aquatic Club Prison Severs gt Mire, CR. Dore i sepee
tend a concert at Glendairy I ‘ were atrivals on Frida
to-morrow night. ' B.W.1LA. and are gue of
, 0 : ’ 3.W.LA. and ¢ guests o
= (Local & Visiting Members Only) PLASTIC STAND. For B.C. Holiday Druegists’ Examination \ Knight of 110 Ree
: | i EAVING for British Gu 1 ; SYNO St .
pee St y B.W.Lé tiss M* rip age Mr. Pe As
| — y ‘sane ™ pee E iday by B.W.1.A. was M of Sc or~ li ercy is .an As
i DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.n 2 ADI Ot ‘A TM s7 TATIONERY. | Veronica Lashley a teacher of the 4 C ch h ial eacher at Bon Aceord Gove
ic oe ’ (December 24th and 31st) e E Seventh Day Adventist Schoc | atic i . theo ent School
; b | Fa — TING She has gone to spel eve , matey Lucky Number
& PRICE $3.50 4 Special: No Mat. Shows X-mas Eve @ X-mas Day. 8.40 Shows ap usuel GRE s ee hee aah i “ay x dation aes S30 eee Won
‘ s as usu ‘
PL MENU: CHRISTMAS EVE: : TODAY ¢ 440 6 a 820 & ted Shows Today Today & Tomorrow ’ Back From B. GC... ul e Bo Foundatior Hercules bi¢ycle which
im Fruit Cocktail ier = | athioane ?â„¢ sett? & 8.90 pam Are you remembering R. G. F. SHARP, Administ: druggist in raffled at the Exhibition on beh
: Consomme Julliene > Jane RUSSELL as TREASURE |S Tens Christmas Night with tive Secretary to the Dire: ie of the Table Tennis Associatior
be Roll dl Stuffed. Flying Fish = MONTANA BELLE | vohonsy, Shemeia as | fo ee PAY Daneing to the Music of ||| tor of Civil pom. to in the C for Brooklyn sas mt se Visit
; artar Saute mA: t e Boy» | Pz, wpe | Sn £ bean Area, returned from RS. RUBY HINDS er N BARBADOS on ; shx
2 Raunt Murkey Cranberry ‘Sai S i (rucetor) ne Jungle Boys | ajAleets “Smith | Panama & his Trio tang ct Wicwiary. ee" M zs a ae Be i . i ae erie eae a
pres York Han > Mon. (only) 8.00 p m James : Oliver after a short holiday visit. B.W.LA on Mc ay the Secretary to the British We
me _ Xmas Jug Jug = poxs.t Opie 1a/s werteee’s Brat Finn 1 Annual Dinners U.S.A Suerto Ri Mir indies Sugar Association H
& ree oe Yam e A pom. Kirby CE RRITORY nat } Chez Tâ„¢ Modern High School Olt H * former esident >of prrived aoe on Wednesday |
a. ‘arrot Ring * “GRAND CANYON ee and | Tue only) 4.45 ' ) Scholar Assoviation dE Hall 1 ne to iein h 1s é from his headquarte
& Plum Pudding Hard Sauce . Richard ARLEN and OMINGOK ns “he 7 their Arst ; tual redinioh di ar 1 M E Hir : n Trinidad and is a guest at th
& Vanilla Ice Cream — Wafers é “OUTLAW Cot xrey Mon & Tues Mason itt ) ey dee Acttt tgs fii farine Hotel,
A Raisins and Nuts La RUE st. JOHN| “STEEL fist =| _ SEVENTH VEIL SEAN [ERR night. Covers were laid for .
= pe ages Z Fr ao Tutt ONGHOwN & | Wed. to Friday old scholars ifler 20 Years M" WOODLEY ANTHONY
te MEMBERS ore avked kindly to make their reservations = | Wild @Bill Elliott oF ve a aaa On Friday evening Y.M.C.A. hi A - as: TEOR) ore . meee. Fiat, Bt.
wi éarly as possible. Dial 4481 we | GRAND XMAS oe A vuawrve 4084 --- Hastings air annu a ainner at the M ne + londay a WL eee . was a passenger
& DANCING from 9 p.m. (December 24th and 3ist). ‘3 “a WAYNE | omnte Saye ST Gear — eomeor te ea eo. < satel a i elene ats 0 “He ee co Age .
ui re . : ‘ ' 5s > » ——— — as . . atenp pend six . . > as rt Sit.
i - MUSIC by Mr. Cc. Curwen and his Orchestra = “WIG JIM MeLAIN BIG HWAYMAN Pat : Labour Adviser to C, D. and Vi a : izriculture
ie: Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Balloon Dance, for BRIDGETOWN E OISTIN b Christmas P. ies RAR TER B INE
& which Prize will be given; also DOOR PRIZE to ee Dial 2010 ora oe 2 rm rg st an Parties ill } Vi PETER BROWNE who
a the holder of the Lucky Tiéket anti . mR Holia ay i HE Christ Church Baby \ ” passed through here earlie
ve APTRACTIV : a “ . : ! fare League are having t tle ‘na in the year on his way from the
[2 eee GLOBE Festivities || szst ois Ran a a OR EAS rain ck ge
3/- a 4 y afternoon at the Chris; Ct ae " , ‘eal ime he wi 2e spending a
AW : Atmshouse, “= r holiday before returning to the
GE NG NEN 55S NEN NSN NN RS THIS EVENING 8.30 P.M MONDAY 5 & 8.30 al The Children’s Goodwill Ls Last Here in 1922 Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
PPE PLDPLENRD®D®O®®®® @®Y@O®D®VD PODDV®DDY®OO®® OOOO do are having their Christma AA RS. JOHN CARTI € culture where he is doing a post
; —— THE STRIP and GLORY ALLEY ihn -annue’ aa. Mi ce, Merchant #Fduate course in Agriculture,
¢ each auanioehraiie i Olympia’s Dance 5 Street, arrived here on " Returning Tomorrow
: " - CKEY ROONEY VER. 800 people are ex n U.S.A. vie ARS. KED. .
3 LESLIE CARON —~ SALLY FORREST c LU B sere bs thank Co sW.tA. on her MAR. one Cee yee
Hi TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY — 430 & 830... Christmas Dance which takes pl ae left in 1918. East Indian Cricket Board of
3 PINKY d WAY OUT . the Drill = all on Decembér 25 arent a last here Sen ae expects to return. to
; a an NO M O R G A N Music is by Perey Green’s orches- De ending six, Trinidad today after spending
$ : tra and dancing begins at 9 p.m a guest of Mr.° about three weeks’ holiday on her
$ RICHARD WIDMARK — LINDA DARNEL There will be a door prize and a Clarke of Palmfifirst visit to the island. She will
4 eee ees vee and members ars i a Her husband, ankjbe accompanied by her cousin
® asked to bring along their invit; ns Jamaica, LongM@Mrs. Virginia Beddoe wt e >
o Siniag Beddoe who came
® SSS a eran peter er tions. f Dr. Lisl over with her. They are guests
3 Holidaying With Family rnor Mat Silver Beach Guest House
; ROOBAL THEATRE $ ISS DOROTHY FARM: tockley,
“« mn daughter of Mr. and Mi r Helidaying With Parents
2 , EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY 5 H. R ( nai : t Seen” bib a die ;
$ ) Today to ‘Puseday | TODUY to Monday | Today otis esa tan a ae ihe ikea A me op- YfISS JOYCE KNIGHT of the
. ~ f E | 30 & 8.15 ‘ . 5 day 4.30 ho , see Stesved srom ; ! r 1 YY : College
, C > a WUYS a P e€adsure 4.45 & 8.30 |Pepubi i ool ftepublic Action | "Universal Doubs ada on Thursday te spend a h¢ re canenday from the it Ma 7 a ace” ag
* Universal Presents Double Bud Abbott & day with her family ; Carter's brother- eo Peat, eae
s ‘ [BELLE Rex Allen Lou Costello Dorot! ho graduat w, Mr. ¢ rt Carte ; here on Wednesday by B.W,LA.
> to Dine at FRANCIS . GOES Sin ds ee SAIN’? HAY | nurse in May is Me BOR ot tee clal Se Bure , to spend a_ holiday with her
ip TO WESTPOINT) Vers Ralston lopam wagon and Royal Victoria Host feed aheeeat were, ove parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chari
Starring John Carro | “TRAIN | CODE OF THE : 7 Y e is Knight of Westbury Road.
z ‘ oe and LAWLESS Enjoyed Molic lay t Pak”
3 ones Bie ek At] ANGEL IN EXILE | apizong” Starring RS. 3 L. GOR omy y of his brother After Five Months
9 Mule J nn Ci _ MANAU NT) ais Geen M daughte rr pare 0 1 ft t I ‘ in RO. VAGCO BOTER | whose
> nus exit Adele Mara yaa “Bell eincrrew & aniee| on Friday morning for B.G. ‘af iB or 1 ‘ pyrene J arienan saree ~
us organ & His)\Tuesday & Wednhes-| Rey Barcro‘t | 4.30 & 8&3 spending an ce vable mont BR k F; er ; itis vuiana nion
= 5 , A | | > yi mon ae rom S oO Ve in ee ae ade
] Dial 3308 for Reservations Ore and ages day 6.20 & 815 [Tiesaay & we ii we Bs Amas Eve Stay here. Doreen is a Civil S A! Si U ot; ne cae pi aelap on —<
> ee Gay 430 & 8.15 IM rgaret i ek wood . vant attached to th ‘o-Operat ea : ree eee 7 IaDS OR: ETi~
e Midnite Wednesday; S#A HORNEY â„¢ nr io, ee and Debartment, Public Be iid Hit | ae interest of her C@y Morning by B.W.LA. after
ath (Xmas Eve) nee, fb ic 1 gues { HU NORY HILL anc EG, "She was bn-& a g firs. H at e, Wein pending five months’ holiday
® . , . , MeN matL| and , 2G. ‘She was on 6 months’ vaca- 7 Pinwe, . With her husband’s relatives at
Whole Serial TRAU HARBOR | oryrp fide tion, 4% months of w ‘ tt I mn College, return- . evar reiatives a
$ M lL N U I "UNOEROEA Opening _ Thur | With wa Xmas Night abent in Englan i "haa Jar aica. & on Wednesday via Pp orto Road HSE Oe eee
4 pening | hursday | Kane Richmond Sin Warne . . : bias siasa . ay he aq vamaica. ping b B.W.LA ere toad. She was accompanied by
: XMAS EVE DINNERâ„¢DEC. 24TH KINGDOM ci say Roy Bareroft isons mk Special Holiday Dinners con "%. toes by her aa r Treiator eenllinie her three children and her mother
; \ 1ere. ey were guests o ‘ -at-Law Mrs. R. Van Le :
“ ts ¥ 7 . sade = a hin tet Serial Tiel te Wed de ¢ | yoy s ie a : . xa Se tare n Lange of Bartica,
i Asenrted Baars iptouiiees Fruit Cocktail : pe bia eae akeubl Bt xpos ae Wednesday gy | ae 5 pe at almai”, Py Mi“: a ae REIS, Barrister- Essequibo.
—-- It's COMING rHE MOON | Abbo: ostello ee ect, St. James. at-Law, Trinidad, is nc Arri
¢ Minestrone Soup Chilled Consommé — in jUTMA WAGON. More Raffles idos short holiday re Recent {rrivals
7 sas a The Biggest Musical) Mid-nite Wednesda IT AIN'T HAY TRAIN ice 7 ais ay. se MONG the recent arrivals by
~ Ever made (Xmas Eve) and and HE Turkey and Christma of amor passengers arriving B.W sa
$ Fried Fying Fish, Cucumber Cream Sauce. Whole Serial ‘cope OF THE ARIZONA Hamper raffled by the Ne se en iesday by B.W.LA. M Ww. tee eee
$ Baked Stuffed Dolphin, Fine Herbs. JUST FOR YOU HAUNTED HAKHOR LAWLESS MANBUNT 2 ORCHESTRAS! Haven Welfare Association were °"4 lest at the Aquatic Club. ciated « i rae ‘Qptteia BBS0,-
; eee a aie any won by Mrs. I. Waithe and Mr. ‘Marine Pilot nei. of Boman come
wit” ; A metri of Port-of-S
> Macaroni @ la King. ’S A MERRY X4AS FANCY DRESS Sealy, respectively, R. GHORG tact. rt-of-Spain. He
¢ Canadian York Ham. OPTIONAL Here are some more of R GE MARSHALL can » be here until January
* shinai ’ ' aites 2 ; 2 & ne ilot of Trinids ar- 7 8 a guest at Silve a 5
BUT IT’S GOING TO BE MERRIER with Fesults of the Annual Bazaae rived Varin’, Pilot of Trinidad. ar- $88 8 duest st Silver Beach Guest
: Braised Leg of Pork, “Apple Compét. HATS—BALLOONS rafiles:--Mrs, Bayley’s sweet stall B A bi, NORE NS Tbe Origin lly Be m British G
Roast Sirloin of Beef with Calico Dumplings ° ice h ns RiMie—ict. David Prac ao A. for abou vk li i om Britis uiana,
; Roast Wouisiena Turke?, Cranberry Sauce. GLOBE $ XMAS a | a | NOISEMAKERS Mrs Edy > H te iu ME ame) (ee inied 1 a : . Fg be ~e : ne in Trin-
‘ omnteelinclingly ; 7 os. ifé and 0 iy hildrer a for the past twelve years. He
Betty Williams. Mrs. Jot yilt- * :
‘ vais . s y Mrs. John Wil Aj Sand is the son of the late Dr. J. S.
; og Vegetable ne Starting Xmas Day at 3.30 pP-uee. jams’ Raffle Slazenger racat tl * . eu * Medd of BG. and a nephew of
« ug Harvard Beets. . \ I nat : ; D ‘ ie . phew 0
3 Fluffy Rice Dinner :—: $4.00 eats y Master A. C, O'Dowd, car nT tg B w TA. Dr J. Nedd, formerly of the
4 3 ' oa cenlfilenete a wrist watch, won by Mr. Martin, Th heels aa tee rovernment Serv
sess sabiastata Dance :—: $1.00 Chin: ini ¥ ; ry ayins Carina nae ~ ace in B.G. who
Dainbbes Di Binle. baw he Mrs. O. H. B. Hill ane ps ictising his profession
a “ ; 7 r “nr ial 400 For Seante, aby moc ed dress, wor I Marshall i : u mn 1at colony,
ess, Browned Boiled MGMs Sing Suing” Reservations by ag oo an 2 bottles rum. Capt. A hall is oy = ln ‘ pt a Re pee: sreaé’s second visit
ance . won by rs cGuire. } sete en é 0 4 ~ sarbados. > firs ah
Plum Pudding, Bre wndy & Hard Sauce Glo Feelin: Mucioo! zuur¢ du sclleville. ten years ago ec ainecene OER
A'mas Cake. Mince Pies. eres | | em
Coups & la Royal A in 1) whee | 28m aR aan
Peataes ‘ainbow color ¢
inld & Silver Mints. Mixed Nuts Why not plan your ? C
Assorted Sweets > x MAS
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Assorted Hors D’Oeuvres. Grapefruit Maraschino
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Chilled Censomme Valencia Soup ST. LAWRENCE +
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Fried Stuffed Flying Fish, Maitre D’Hotel XMAS BY VISITING T. R. EVANS WaEke fon CAN
King Fish au Gratin HOTEL GET A WIDE CHOICE OF GIFTS FOR THE FE
vanitctienssiites ‘ " a . \. FAMILY:
Savoury Lamb Patties ~ is .
Mawnan York Har, it will be $4.00 cane KIDS HER HIM
a P DOLLS SePUSINGS SHIRTS IN
Roast Loin of Pork with Sweet Potato in Apple Shell. nee BALLS DRESSES 4 Ruate SET
Red Ribbons of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding. ial TEDDY BEARS HANKIES TIES, BELTS, & SOCKS
Braised St. Philip Turkey, Chippolata, Cranberty Sauce. an BIKES = eres SETS UNDERWEARS
snetavenel s ¢ > UNDE TEs ;
; Jug-Jug. Shredded Beans | a glass of champagne é| PRAMS COFFEE SETS Areca
: Carrot Souffie. Creole Rice. r ® GARDEN SETS SLIPPERS BOW TIES
‘ ececreninn 3| XMAS DECORATIONS SHOES BRUSH SETS
4 Croquette : wrownes Parsley » 4 BUCKETS BELTS SLIPPERS
¢ por re oe Ruth and Peter | SO MAKE SURE YOU VISIT T. R. EVANS WHERE THE
z $ : _ R. RE IS SUCH
4 Plum Pudding, Brandy & Hard Sauce. | \ WIDE CHOICE & AT A VERY LO .
X’mas Cake Mince Pies. ae a Morgan eee
Peach Melba ware d %
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Gaia & shiver sins Mixed Mute JEAN HAGEN MILLARD MITCHELL 9. .. i T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS
Assorted Sweet | a if See you at " "
1 . : ARISSE ‘ ‘ g yor TOR
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1952

NDA HPECEMBER 21,
AT THE CINEMA

It's That Mule Again

Hy G.





(rardening
Hints For

TH"§ WEEKEND, there is only one film for me to
tell 4 gbout, due to the fact that the Plaza has altered aceurs
its sc le so that “Montana Belle” has its last showing

tonight, and the Globe is having repeat performances of The rains in November, es-
“The Strip’? and “Glory Alley”. As a matter of fact, all pecially the heavy ones toward the
the theatre schedules are being changed this coming a of that month, must have de-
week so that the new holiday films will open on Decem- ae ae aan bo a
ber 24th. But more of that in next Wednesday’s paper ai work in the qareen eae tee
when my reviews will be out. :

fortunately excellerates the
And now for the Empire’s pic- ee ae a ee ee Be
ture—FRANCIS GOES TO WEST

" ° the time the sun comes out once
POINT. Yes, our old frie B.B.C. Rad head Staccato ee
gravel-voiced mule, Wher ee Be a Bog a 10 Seed sttention” But even at the
perspicacity have staggered many T ’ risk of neglecting the weeding and
two-legged creatures, is back in Notes cutting the first thing to do as tie
the third of his adventures with weather settles a bit is to get the
his young friend, Donald O’Con- F Annual seeds Pianted. This job,
nor. If you haven't seen Francis, Message from Her Majesty in view of the Horticultural Exhi-
it’s high time you did and this The Queen bition next year, must be tackled
farce is worthy of its predecessors. Chief of the BBC’s special at once, or the plants will not be
The story begins in a defense Christmas broadcasts will, of in flower in time. Its just as well
plant, where Donald O’Connor course, be the Christmas Message to make a note of the dates of the
foils an attempt at sabotage, from Her Majesty the Queen, her Exhibition now, they are February
through information given him by first official broadcast as Queen, 28 and March 1, 1953. I i i
P . ‘ t ’ é ! ’ . In planting
Francis. As a reward, Donald re- although she has had quite con- annual seeds
ceives a scholarship to West Point sicerable experience of the micro- ¢ ol , fs Sane ert Na
and, of course, Francis goes along phone since her first broadcast at oe —_ oe ones year after
too. Most of the tomfoolery of the age of fourteen during the year, and while its nice to see these
cadet life is included in the plot, BBC’s ‘Children’s Hour, ‘when 22 friends in the garden again,
from the hazing of plebes to the she broadcast to the children of yet its fun and rather exciting
off-reservation romance and it is the Commonwealth Her Majes- each year to try out one or two
Francis, with his awesome intel- ty will speak at 11.00 a.m. on "€W ones for interest and variety.
lect and urbane wit that brings an Christmas Day and a recording Most people prefer planting the
hilarious twist to all situations. of the message will be given later 29nuals who's flowers are good for
Among other things, he is an ex- in the day at 9.45 p.m, Special Picking, as being more repaying
tra-curricular tutor and his efforts beams will be put on for this area for their place in the garden. But
promote Donald from a seemingly for the morning broadcast, pos- 4 few plants who's flowers are
permanent place at the bottom of gibly in the 17 and 19 metre bands bright, and yet not much good a

his class to the top in a matter of but exact details will be ; “ i i

‘ > ‘ e an- cut flowers may still be included
two weeks. He also makes a good hounced over the microphone in borders or Rock gardens to
drill sergeant and gives his orders from London before that. help “gay up” the garden and add
to Donald in such stentorian tones i thie Sanat pe eee Nes
that he succeeds in wrecking a full Commonwealth Round-Up o is general bright appearance.

dress parade in its march-past the
Colonel in Chief! But it is as the
master mind of the gridiron that
Francis really shines, and though
the coach quite naturally begins
to doubt his own sanity when he
hears Francis giving him the tip-
off as to the correct plays, he takes
the mule’s advice and West Point
goes from victory to victory, with
the crowning achievement of de-
feating the Navy.

The picture is filmed at the fam-
ous American military academy of
West Point, with Francis in full

Preceding the Queen’s Message DOUBLE BALSAM is‘ one of
will be the usual hour-long round- these, who's flowers although they
the-world broadcast linking all can be picked and floated in a
the Componwealth, This year the bowl, are not any use for picking
broadcas takes as its theme the otherwise. Yet these double Bal-
Princess's speech of dedication on sams make a nice addition to any
ber 21st birthday and is called garden for their flowers come in

he Queen's Inheritance.’ Its such pretty and varied colours.
eras” peduladobike Seccons The plants grow very easily, and
everywhere apparent among the ae oon a
Commonwealth peoples.’ Details ~* seeds all around pro-
of this broadcast are not yet com- vide the garden with a continuous
plete but, as usual, it will link SUPPly of seedlings for replanting.

Stren ti Say oa the entire world including the Another advantage with double
ort fda DGeere = fighting men and relief workers Balsams is that when planting the
the ‘comically conrused young of the United Nations in Korea, seeds for the first time they can
plebe, ably stands up to all the Special beams -the same as for be put straight into the bed where
competition meted out by his the Queen’s Message—will be put,they are to grow, so dispensing
scene-stealing co-star. Altogether. pn jfor the morning broadcastwith the necessity of a seed box.
FRANCIS GOES TO WEST Which starts at 10.00 a.m. onff Another gay border or Rock

Christmas Day and there will br

POINT is a vefreshing and highly farden plant is the small variety of

‘ evening's entertainment. @ repeat at 8.45 p.m. The pro-S socks-Comb. This little plant is r
ew ee ee gramme lasts for a full hour and_good for picking but louie kotets
* & js followed immediately by thel nd is hardy and easily arown
Message from Her Majesty. P 5 ot Mie asily sr .
As I mentioned above, I will be P ¥ Another plant who's flowers are
reviewing the holiday films in Other Christmas ‘gay and bright, but which are no
Wednesday's paper. There will be Programmes good for picking is the Hollyhock.
two musicals and a melodraina

Hollyhock seeds too can be planted
Straight into the bed where they
are to grow. These plants when
mature, have very big leaves
here are a_few:, Sunday, 21st. which bunch considersily 8 they
9.00 p.m. Selections from Han- â„¢USt be given plenty of room by
del's ‘Messiah’ which has become P/anting them far apart. Holly-
a standard Christmas feature of hocks look lovely when planted to
the BBC; Wednesday, 24th, 10.15 Stow against a wall or in front of
p.m. Talk by the Archbishop of @ hedge. The flowers can be double
Canterbury; Wednesday 24th or single, red pink or white, but
10.30 p.m, (right after the Arch- when planting get local seeds as
hishop’s talk) Carols from King’s the imported seeds of the double
College Chapel, Cambridge, which variety do not flower the

The latter will be showing at the
Plaza, Bridgetown, It is “Big Jim
McLain” starring John Wayne and
appears to be an action-packed
story of the activities of an investi-
gator for the House Un-American
Activities Committee against the
Communists in Hawaii. ‘Singin’
In The Rain” at the Globe is, from
all accounts a sparkling, Techni-
color musical starring Gene Kelly
and Debbie Reynolds while “Just
For You” at the Empire is, accord-
ing to reports, a domestic comedy

Space prevents us from listing
all the special) BBC. Christinas
programmes which we_ should
like to bring to your attention but

: 7 A " sage
with music, starring Bing Crosby js also a feature of all BBC year. Even the local seeds are
and Jane Wyman, with Ethel Christmas Weeks; and finally, on slow growers, and take about six
Barrymore. Christmas Day at 7.45 p.m. the months from seed planting to

Religious Service, flowering. Most Hollyhock flower
spikes need staking, for if they are
not kept in an straight upright



Christmas Story from

HE DID IT Jamaica position they lose half their charm,
‘Caribbean Voices’, the weekly Stakes should never be much in
A Gambler who had to make a half-hour of West Indian prose evidence however, but should be

payoff covertly, wished to arrange and verse broadcast each Sunday Painted green and should be just

a method whereby he could place at 7.15 p.m. will also have a thick and long enough for the
a certain number of dollar bills special Christmas flavour on the plant they support and no more.
into ten envelopes in such a way 2ist inst. Th programme in- A good stock of neat stakes ol
that he could take away any sum cludes a short story by Terry various sizes are a good invest-

in dollars from 1 to 1,000, without Burke of Jamaica and is entitled ment for any garden for they are

‘The Spirit of Goodwill’ telling of constantly needed, and can be
spli ntents f any bs g antly n ed, and ca r€
splitting up = ee qa ae ec. % female Scrooge. The first half used again and again year after
one envelope. What = ae h of the broadcast will be a delight- year. A
tive numbers spi dol pac bills the ¢) hildren’s story, ‘Garden Ro- ~ A hank of raffia for tying is
artes rena eciag ‘ajomy paw mance’ by Eula Redhead of Gren- gjso useful to have at hand. Raffia
paipuny aay ‘xis-Ayy Om} “WUAa-AJUAMA ieee” oe er eaieek is much better than twine for tying
ouo “anoj-A) X18 omt-AVa1yy ‘uaoyx a Chart stories or aribbesé s ac it jc fz se }j ,
Sg ee Oh ote iS “Voices? up plants as it is far less likely to

bruise the stems.

















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beef, which too often comes
from unfinished steers and aged
heifers.

In regard to local vegetable
it will be recalled that last year
these were not so plentiful and
heucekee per complained of ex-
orhitant prices. Referring to this
column at the time, it was noted
that Guinea corn for jug-jug wat
carce and 36 cents a pint was
cing charged, Pigeon peas too
ere in short supply. The heavy

cost must be added all other mis- raincall had not been “avourable
cellaneous costs such as invest- {0f root crops. Housewives wert
ment labour equipment ete. To iying that good Barbadian food
discover the feed cost you want "ad become a luxury and only
(if you are a large poultry keep- ODtainable if one paid the price
er) to discover the number- of or 4 hotel meal. This year, the
eggs laid per 100 hens per day lower rainfall should mean bet-
and the number of eggs laid per ‘er quality in both yams and
hen per month. The quantity of Sweet potatoes. There were more
feed consumed will vary with the exhibits of both at the Annual
quantity of eggs laid. A hen lay- Exhibition than last year; the
ing 12 eggs per month for ex- yan in particulcr were of a
ample will consume about 6.6 re marketable size. There were
lbs. of feed per month whereas a some quite good samples of green
hen laying 21 eggs per month will vegetables from the higher levels
consume as much as 9 lbs. of feed but the number of exhibits wa
per month. The more eggs a hen «gain small. There was a better
lays in a month the greater will supply of peas and beans with
be the feed cost per hen perga goodly number of samples of
month. But the more eggs laid dried pulse black-eyes and
per hen per month the greater rouncevals. Although the prize
will be the price received from }jst only called for two pounds of
the sale of eggs and the greater each, many were disqualified for
fhe income over feed cost. Losses short weights. Pulse is so useful
of course detract from the total in the dietary where meat is
profit and that is why so much goapoe

emphasis is laid in these notes on It was pleasing to note that
careful sanitation. Keeping thing noultry raising seemes- to be on
clean will go a long way towards 4). oar natn @ ie ah a
preventing disease and avoiding ™ Speman Site amili¢ : WORre
costly losses. There ‘are certain * ‘¥'key may be out of the ques-
daily practices which will go a 0? well-fed chicken will
long way towards the prevention Prove equally appetizing

of disease entering the flock and , Whatever our circumstances,
toward the spread of disease if }t would be well to remember
it does enter, Next to dirty floors tat we are far better off than
and ground, water pans are the Many in other parts of a dis-
greatest source of contamination, turbed world, while the pilgrims
Your management plan should t® Bethlehem are not devoting
therefore include the following their main thoughts to food and

practices:

plenty of soap and water then Barbados a sincerely ha and
rinse in a solution of disinfectant @eptehted Christmas 19 land
of 1 tablespoonful to 1 gallon of especially those who, by their
water, Wash the feeders once each endeavours on the land, help to
week with soap and water and supply our dinner table necessi-

rinse in Disinfectant solution,



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

FARM AND GARDEN

THOUGHT FOR FOOD—By
At this season of the year, the
thought” often becomes “thought
times and advancing prices can produce crises in the
kitchen, especially in a large household where everyone
feels lured by the tempting items appearing in food ad-
vertisements. Opinions andvarguments are likely to be as
numerous as the tins displayed on grocers’ shelves

Agricola |
Id tabel “food for}
for food.” Changing

The lecisic usually boils

y ‘ Bow to th traditional fare,

POULTRY NOTES Turkce nd ha (to those who
db ean afford it), plum pudding and

ince ‘ re a must and round

Good breeding, sound manage r e Christmas menu is built.
ment, careful sanitation and good t various kinds are re-
feeding and proper equipment oirded as alternatives and sure
are the five ingredients for suc-'t(, fygure at dinner tables at some
eessful poultry-keeping, Sound period curing the festive season.
management involves the keep- Bul, the sucking pig, at one time
ing of records. Unless you know , feature of Christmas fare, is a
production costs you will be un- oxi, nowadays. And no won-

able to discover whether you are
making a profit or a loss on your

jer, whe

n one looks at the price





= oe 1 ham. Even a runt today
enterprise. This seems obvious | ay be specially reared to pro-
enough but many people seem tO dice a valuable carcase.
overlook the keeping of records “1, ineet the exigencies of the
and only have a hazy idea as to
. ‘ . Umes, there has sprung up a con-
whether they are making Of Jah demand for smaller tur-
losing money on the hens they ode enh bind pte ‘ keep. Every poultryman should ¢* anil tn aka cada f ay
keep accurate daily and monthly bs abs declan’ - ae rene uly
records of his flock so that he ne markets now offer birds in
may know at any time his cost of “essed halves. Capons often take
operation and also profit and the p ace,of turkeys, and a xoo0a
lebour income above cost. The ‘ i delicious eating. There is
key figure to discover is feed 72m lor developments in this
cost per hen per month. You Connection by local poultryrmen
will discover what income is over '0 satisfy an after holiday de-
feed cost, by multiplying the mand, especially during the tour-
number of eggs by the price re- season,
ceived and subtracting the feed When it comes to joints, not-
cost from this figure. To the feed ably roasts of beef, demand for
. maller sizes has given rise to the
ARTIE'S HEADLINE production of ‘baby beef’, as it is
; called. This means earlier finish-
. ng and earlier marketing. But
the smaller cuts have proved a
boon and a blessing small
families and those in the low in-
come brackets. Possibilities in
this connection are worth explor-
ing in the West Indie in an
effort to improve and _ standard-

ize the quality of our home grown









are surely
Scrub the water pans daily with Last, but

much bappier for it.
not least, we wish all



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| B.C.A. Defeats B.C.L:

By O. S. COPPIN

THE INDIAN Cricket Board of Control have
selected a strong team, in my opinion, to tour the
West Indies and it will be incumbent upon the West
Indies to select opposition worthy of the strength.
which the Indians will be able to put into the field
against them.

Hazare, a seasoned performer, will be leading
the team and there is no question as to his all round
ability. He has captained the 1952 Indian team to
England. He is no stranger to West Indies bowling
having scored two Test centuries against them in 1949.

The presence of players of the calibre of Mankad, all rounder that
has acquired such status as has qualified him for consideration among
those who compete for world supremacy in the all round department,
| D. G. Phadkar, another fast medium performer well known to the
| West Indies and to Imperial cricket, will admittedly constitute a
| 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 SUPPORTING CASTE
/TYHE men whom the Indians have chosen in addition to the regulars
include men of the timbre of Umrigar, a comparatively prolific
scorer On the Indian tour to England this year, D. K. Gaekwad, V. J.
Manjrekar, C. D. Gopinath, all Test men who are capable of giving
a good account of themselves

There has been some experiment with youth in the persons of
| C. Kasturirangan, 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 spinners.

With regard to the local preparations for the Indian tour, the
first effort was the B.C.A.-B.C.L, annual Inter-Association fixture
nag Py xe: at Kensington yesterday in a seven wicket victory for
the .C.A,

All along I had first commended the B.C.A. for having fielded
such a strong team against the B.C.L. that jncluded three inter-
nationals. This, I must repeat was a tribute to the unknown strength
of the B.C.L. who had given B.C.A. cricket such stalwarts as Everton
Weekes, Frank King, Conrad Hunte, C. De Peiza, G. Sobers and

company.
NOT DISGRACED

ALSO pointed out that even if the B.C.L. were beaten they would

not have been disgraced. They were beaten yesterday but they
deserve every credit for having made a match of the game in spite of
conditions which prevailed with which they could not of necessity
be ever familiar.

First of all there was an impaired Kensington wicket for the start
and this means much even to people who play B.C.A. cricket and who
shoula therefore be familiar with its vagaries and, secondly, the close
cropped spacious outfield of Kensington must also pose another
problem.

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 is permissible to men-
| tion this phase of the competition if at all we must give some balanced
| appreciation 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 Mins for the nine remaining wickets
today.
who turned out for the B.C.A., topscored with a very useful 70.



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FORCED THE PACE
ET 105 runs to make in an hour the B.C.A. forced the pace and

collected 115 runs for the loss of three wickets in the required time. |
Roy Marshall was free until he |

drove his head well up to one
from Rudder and was smartly
caught at mid-off by Rogers,
‘
C. De Peiza in an innings of
workmanlike precision top scored
with 46 scored all around the
wicket. He was strong off his pad,
he late cut to a nicety and was not
afraid to lift the half volley into
the unpoliced long field.

Everton Weekes, a model of
streamlined batsmanship, scored
42 that would have provided lov-
ers of the game with a Saturday
afternoon entertainment that
soothed the tired) nerve and
quickened our hearts with joy.

Clyde Walcott opened impress-
ively, but in fading light and h'‘s
obvious effort to close the issue
resulted in his mistiming a half
volley from Daniel and he was



applied tbe coup dé grace and the
B.C.A. had won the game,

INVITED TO PRACTICE
| F WHE Barbados Cricket Selectors met yesterday and they have chosen

28 players to practice in preparation for the visit of the Indian
team next year.

I must compliment them on including Frank Phillips of Spartan,
| who has been overlooked for some years now despite his performances
| during the local season, Gerald Sobers, a brother to the G, Sobers of
the Police Boys’ Club and now of Police has been chosen in addition
to his brother. It is obvious that his 70 yesterday played a great part
in the decision to invite him.
| George Gilkes, a second division player who has’ scored 500 runs
this season and who has taken 100 wickets too has been chosen and 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 must agree
that the Selectors made a very comprehensive and satisfactory selec-
tion except that one of these pacers might have been included.

INVITEES

PTE twenty-eight selected are as follows: —D, Atkinson, E. Atkin-

son, H. Barker, T. Birkett. K. Bowen, K. A. Branker, R. C. Branker,
C. DePeiza, W. A. Farmer, G. Gilkes, J. D. Goddard, E. L. G. Hoad,
| A. Holder, C. Hunte, F. King, H. A. King, N. S. Lucas, R. Marshall,
| F. Philips, G. Proverbs, S. Rogers, C. Smith, G. Sobers, Gerald Sobers,
| A. M, Taylor, C. L. Walcott, E. D. Weekes, C. B. Williams.

The first trial match will open at Kensington Oval on Jan, 10 and
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Gerald Sobers, not to be confused with his brother G. Sobers |

was a chanceless innings during which he hit a six and eight fours. |

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

LECTS STRONG |



The fielding on both sides was
}good and the batsmen had no
worry as the wicket was a per-|
| fect one. a
B.C.L. Ist Innings

B.C.A. Ist Innings
R. Marshall c Rogers b Blackman 34
C. Smith ¢ (wk Clarke) b Rudder 6
C. Hunte c Daniel b Rudder ‘
C. DePeiza b Rogers 7
C B. Williams c Daniel b Rogers 3
Cc. L. Walcott b Rogers 56
E. D. Weekes c (wk. Clarke) b 2

Blackman “
N. Grant b Rogers f
G. Sobers ¢ Hinds b Blackman
F. King not out :
H. Barker 1.b.w. b Rogers et

Extras’ ‘ kad

Total: 148 |



—

B.C.A, DEFEAT B.C.L.

B.C.L. 91 and (for 8 wickets).......
B.C.A. 142 and (for 3 wickets)...

B.C.A. defeated B.C.L.
the ?ast day in the annual
which was played at Kensi
was given 105 runs to score
they scored 115 runs for the
B.C.L. who had scored 44 runs
for the loss of one wicket on the
second day, yesterday carried |
their score to 155 runs for the
loss of 8 wickets declared. The
attraction of the B.C.L, innings
was a splendid knock of 70 by|
young Gerald Sobers who went}
at number three in the B.C.L, bat-
ting order. C. B. (Boogles) Wil-
liams took three for 37 in 17)
overs and four balls. |

On the first day of play B.C.L. |
after losing the toss were sent in

and skittled out for 91 runs in |
their first innings. The wicket
was tricky and at the end of

play on that day, B.C.A., had re-
plied with 24 runs for the loss of
four wickets.

On the second day B.C.A., car-
ried their total to 141 runs and
Skipper Clyde Walcott topscored
for his team with an _ attractive
56 while Rogers the B.C.L., pacer
took five wickets for 32 runs in
the B.C.A., first innings.

(DAY, DECEMBER 21, 1952

WILL FOOTMARK MAKE IT

By BOOKIE





155
115

I read between the lines correctly then Footmark looks as if he will

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- waste , indeed stage a successful comeback at the Chrisunas ng
by seven wickets yesterday, ee that on Wednesday last he did six and a haif furiongs in 1,273 at

B.C.A.-B.C.L., cricket match | *; ‘

‘ Aree. , ee ; h easy stretches, this would
ngton Oval. The B.C.A. tearn Now on a straight course or one with easy str 2 Fe gpntaggeen
» in one hour for victory and | not be such a remarkable ume, but Judged by we Seeomaee. S saheakt

ss of th vickets. f box to box distance on the Garrison Savannah | tink 1t 1s excellent.
loss © Te - | ne Arama track is even more dilmculc to negouate tnan the Warrison







CYCLING IN 1952

By ERLE

markable one as far as competitive | and worry on this score can easily be forgiven,

This year was a re

cycling was concerned, The

of Barbados staged one Intercolonial meeting

cycle and athletic teams tc

abroad. This Association with Secretary, ore |
Rocheforde was also instrumental in getting ace cyclist Ken

Farnum on the Jamaica te
recent Olympic games in H
This sport of cycling is growing
in popularity in the island, but)
still there is much to be done for

the upkeep of it. Cycling has;
gained prominence in Great
Britain, France, Italy, Belgium

and even Soviet Russia.

In the early part of July a}
seven-man cycle team represented
Barbados in Martinique at a
Caribbean Cycle Meeting. The



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team was George Hill, David)
Grant (Holborne’ Boys) Lisle’
Carmichael, John Skinner, Dun-
can Keiser, “Flash” Brathwaite
and David Smart and it was man-
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A‘A.A.B. assisted by Mr. T.
Jemmott, Assistant Secretary of
the A.A.A.B.

It was the first time that a
team of local cyclists took part in
road racing ofa high standard
and although they hadn't placed
in any of the events, they gained
in experience.

In British Guiana

With the exception of John
Skinner, the rest of the team ar-
rived in Martinique with track
models and the roed faces they
entered in called for bikes with
special rims, derailleur gears and
special frame design.

The second representative
cycle team accompanied by four
athletes—David Innis, Hewitt
Rouse (Sprinters) McD. Lloyd
and Trevor Inniss (Distance men)
managed by Mr. Gilmore Roche-
forde left the island on July 28 by

the Schooner Timothy Van
Sluythmin for British Guiana to
take part in the B.G. August

Olympiad which was held on the
flat Bourda track.

The team was “A” class John
Skinner, Roy Sattaur, Darcy
Yarde, Duncan Keizer, “Interme-
diate’ Seibert Haynes, Malcolm
Carter, “B” class Tony Moore and
myself and Lady Cyclist Joyce
Marshall,

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Fall of wickets: 1—11, 2—11, 3--12, | and when a local horse does our box to box in 1.22 we sit up ana take
4~12, 6-0, 6500, Te ee ® 141} Lotce. ‘The distance on this course is 6 furlongs and 47 yards. That
BOWLING ANALYSIS 2 wimeans that Foounark did a longer distance in ume waica would be
S. Rudder 15 3 52 2 | comparable on our track to a good box to box galiop. ‘ne only aevaus
R. Rogers mt Fo 2 . missing are the state of the going and the state of the horse when he
K Goadsra so. 9 /Himished his gallop. But I think there must be some hope.
L, Harding er em Next I see that Bright Light has been reimstated as a hot favour-
eee ane tel aeee 5 | ite for the Derby because she did four furlongs in 49 seconds in com~-
T. Hinds c Smith b Barker 15 | pany with Fluftty Ruffies. On reading this, one is tempted to inquire
G. Sobers lbw b Williams 7 | since when has it become customary to make horses favouries tor
W. Clarke ¢ (wk DePgiza) b Mar |, | mile races because they galiop haif-miles in spectacular time. If it
c Daniel stpd (wk DePeiza) b means that Bright Light has lost none of her abundant speed, which
sg arse E 14 | we all knew she had since she has been racing, all well ana good, ut
= et ‘Son twit DePeiza) | { cannot see that this one short gallop should make her favourite. 1t
* » Williams 2 | is as if the horses she has to run against will test her for half-a-mile
|L. Blackman ¢ Marshall b Williams 8 | onjy in the Derby.
*, eee, Oe oe “4 It is true that Bnght Light has not only shown signs of speed.
ee — |Over 7% furlongs against horses like Dashing Princess and We ike
Total (for 8 wkts. decid.) 189 | she won very handsomely, It is more, I think, than her full sister
Fall of wickets: 1—10, 2—5f, 3--89, | Sow Bells would have accomplished at the same age. But lately Bright
4—103, 5—136, 6—141, 7-151, &—155 | Light has been under a cloud and it will take more pes a mere half
pret re mile spin to tell us that she is fighting fit for the Derby: ;
ey ea a ee Her gallop on Thursday last over a mile was much More revealing.
H. Barker 14 3 33 1 \She was accompanied this time by Monro, a Governors Cup candi-
eee 6 i 16 - date, and the tume is said to have been 1.48%. This is com/ort-ble
€ Bo Williams 174. 4 37. 3 { time for 1 mile and we can tell little not having seen the finish. They
R. Marshal) 8 3 24 2/| finished .getuer and so many different opinions can be held when
Cc. L. Walcott Yur 1 | horses do this sort of thing at exercise that itcan be downright mis-
B.C.A, tnd” taniuss | leacing. I have known two experienced jockeys come to me after
R. Marshall c Rogers b Rudder 14 | a gallop and both claim to nave had the better of it.
C. DePeiza b Goddard 46 Meanwhile Colombus I see is busy running rings around poor
x ene ‘ipa Oe basits “+ | Chutney over six furlongs. The time of 1.22} is not indicative to me
C. Smith not out 3 , of anything special and I take it that Chutney cannot be very fit
Extras 3 | rather than that Columbus.is really too much for him. If Chutney
Total {for 3 wkts) “jis | Cannot keep up in a six furlong run in the above time then what will
happen to the poor chap when they run it on race day in 1.16 or
| Fall of wkts.: 1—30, 2—85. | thereabouts. I hope it is merely his sea voyage that has upset him
stil nat ind nothing more.
ey epee era R. w.| 1 have not heard anything much about Cardinal but I still feel
S. Rudder 6 36 1 | that both himself and Columbus will make a race of it with Bright
E eee : 3 | Light in the Derby. The latter especially should be much concerned
K. Gondard 4 29 1 | With the finish and I am looking forward to. hear an exciting one.
Daniel 2 9 1] The news concerning the Breeders’ candidate Apple Sam has not

| been good. I understandghe is suffering with a sting on nis knee

from a centipede or scarpion. This is not an uncOmmon occurrence
| in Trinidad, and if it is of any solace to his connections it might be
recalled that Bow Bells had a similar mishap a few days before she
won the Trinidad Trial Stakes in 1950. But I know just what. it
|} means to be told of things suth as thfs over the wireless telephone
Rgcing is packed
with more anxious moments than most sports I know of.

The reason for Ali Baba pulling up lame week before last has
heen discovered to be badly placed nails in a shoe. It will probably
set him back a bit in his preparation but the meeting is five days
1 he will have time to recover before it is finished even if he
is not fit the beginning.

; ; = cei i | I find I can work up little enthusiasm for the Governor’s Cup even
am which did so well at me] though it has 18 entrants. Kandytuft II is once again making the
elsinki. headlines. He was a hot favourite lost year when Fuss Budget beat
Skinner won the 15-mile cycl€| him and if he did not win it then with ‘light weight, I cannot see
race, the last event of the second) him doing much better with the extra amount he will have to carry
day, while Tony Moore sprinted | on this occasion. On the other hand there are no weight allowances for
away from the “B” class field”to| class in this year’s race and there will be no B class publicly unknown
win the half mile, Lady cyclist | quantities like Elizabetnan and Fuss Budget lurking in the shadows
Joyce Marshall had to be con-| just waiting to give everybody but their connections a surprise.
tented to finish second to Beatrice In spite of the weight for class allowance being taken off now-
Clarke who won in every event} ever, I still look upon the Governor’s Cup as a race much like the
she entered in. King George V and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. It comes at a time when

Seasoned Cyclists | the three-year-olds are at their péak and it takes a good four-year-
Again our cyclists gained the | old or aged horse to give them the allowance and beat them. This







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necessary experience by riding | ae re eta rn — at it may prove just the difference
with seasoned track riders like | Where Kand nr a aa Sai ad : ; oe
Compton Gonsalves, Ferdi De} andy met a filly with too much pace for him last

Gannes (Trinidad) Lindsay Gor year. he may meet an old mare with too much stamina this year.
, ¢ eg . , ~ © ar’ } ‘

ion, Laddie Lewis,—The Profes- | This will be Landmark. But she will have had to sharpen up on her
Sor it | speed since she raced here in November and in this respect she may

—Vine i alter Lid-} ; : ;
Sell ee mason. aiafh tiki just find the distance a trifle short. If nothing is wrong with Hellican

; ; io) 1. See. no reason why he too should not play a prominent part and
hard-paeing ~ Italians; Antonio fay pees Pit ae eeniy taeda }
; 4 = } o an early lez tw e-é z a
| Demicheli, Franco Cacioni and} 4" a pe a rly lead it will be all that Landmark can do
ae ann exception of three } Adventinus is a new one on the scene who takes the place occu-
“A” class cyclists it was the first pied by Kandytuft last year. It is left to be seen if she can bring
time abroad for the others. Added off the biggest prize in the South Caribbean for imported horses after



so short a time in the tropics
is these cyclists never had ; oe Ss. ees Ais
eae practice on the Bourda The inevitable signs of growing pains now that racing in Trinidad
track he result was that... they,| '* taking on such large proportions appeared in the form of an

advertisement by the



C. with regard to the attendence to the
paddock béfore race day. It is stated that one can enter the paddock
by pass only. With this regulation the last semblance of the village
meeting disappears and the Queen’s Park paddock will become more
businesslike than ever.

It will no doubt be received with mixed feelings although on the
whole it should be a good thing. The profesional hangers-on will
disappear for good but so too will the interésted but harmless spec-
tator. I should imagine they became too numerous in the end.

did not take the angles as neatly
as they should and thus their
chances of winning were greatly
diminished,

The Bourda track also was very
heavy on both days and big fields
on a four and a half lap to the
mile track presented another
problem, There were spills in
every race and some of the Ital-
ians were reluctant to start in big
fields for fear of the spills.

Considering that a track frame
could cost anything like £20 up-
wards, it did seem feasible
enough for them to clamour for
eliminations in all races,



ner, Lisle Carmichael and Lady
Cyclist Joyce Marshall was sent
down to Trinidad by the A.A.A.B.

The entire Holborne cycle and
athletic team and R. Sealy of the
Advocate’s Sports Club also took
part in this meeting. Our cyclists
did well and took the first places
in many of the events. Distance
runner Hill of Holborne was out-
standing in the field events.

A Manly Sport

Lady cyclist Joyce Marshal)
who found it difficult to outsprint
| Beatrice Clarke on the angles in
British Guiana, convincingly beat
Clerke and Jean Perry of British

Guiana in the sprint races in
Trinidad. Her experience in B.G.,
enabled her to do this, but still
she has much to learn,

Cycling is a manly sport but
there are still some who frown
on it. For Barbados to keep up
the reputation of J. D. Douglas,
“Jean” Barlowe’and others, our
cyclists must be given whole-
hearted support and help to take
part in major cycling events out-
side,

There is still much lip praise
and nothing else. I hope that
eycling in 1953 will be brighter
or just as bright as 1952,

Off the track the team had an
enjoyable time and the B.G. pub-
lic and officials are looking for-
ward to the visit of another
representative team for their 1953
Olympiad.

The All Stars Cycle Club of
Trinidad held their annual Sports
Meeting in October and again a
representative team in John Skin-



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PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 16.

that discussions
Indian Airways Company o
of a new service on the
B.W.LA. feel that the act

clear.
No such service is even being

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Christnxis Treat

due Auiuudl Ciisumas ‘Lreat for
the cNijuren of We New Haven

way Nursery, Sargeunt’s Visage, *

Cnrist Churcn, was neiq at me
Sargeant’s Vullage Community
Cenire on Thursday, Decemver 18.

The Hali of the Centre was gaily
decorated with balloons, flowers,
Streamers and a Christmas tree
with presents of toys, sweets and
ciothes for the children, Thirty-
two children accompanied by their
parents or guardians attended.

The party began at 4.30 p.m.
with prayers by the Patron, Rev.
Johnson, The President and Foun-
der, Mrs. Hall, welcomed the
visitors and spoke to the parents
and guardians.

The programme continued with
the singing of the Carols “Sleep
Holy Babe” by Miss Nell Hall.
Everyone joined in with “Good
King Wenceslas” and “The First
Noel.” A_ Recitation by Miss
Judith Gollop followed.

Mrs. H. A. Talma, Churchwarden
of the parish, made an appeal for
continued support -nd a ance.

The gifts of toys etc., were then
taken from the tree and given to
the children hy Lady Seel. wife of
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare after which a bouquet
of flowers was nresented ta her hy
Miss Daphne Ward, Assistant Sec-
retarv, Tho was
moved by Mrs. McD. Symmonds.



vate of thanks

Xmas Partly
The 93 inmates of St, Philips’
Almshouse were given a Christ-
mas party on December 18.
During the afternoon the Police
Band under Sgt, Archer played
Carols and Calypsoes, \veryone

was in a happy mood, singing
the carols and dancing to the
calypsoes. There was a_ large
Christmas tree from which the

inmates and staff received gifts,
which were distributed by Mrs
H. L. Smith and Mrs. C, L. Hut-
son,

Confirmation

The Sacrement of Confirmation

will be administered by the Lord
Bishop of Barbados at St,
Stephen’s Church on Tuesday

Dec, 23 at 8 a.m. 62 candidates
will be presented. They will re-
ceive their First Communion
immediately afterwards,

Xmas Carols

‘Pupils of Indian Ground wirls’
School presented a Chrisumas pro-



gramme on Dec. 16. ‘ine pro-
gramme included carol Singing
and games, There was also a

Christmas tree filled with presents
which were distributed to the
girls after the programme.

CYCLIST INJURED

Eustace Pilgrim of Maxwell,
Christ Church, while riding a
bicycle on Hastings Christ

Church about 11.30 a.m. yester-
day was involved in an accident
with a mule cart,

He was taken to the General
Hospital and treated for a cut on
his forehead.

The selection presently on our fleor offers a choice

IN VIEW of a report recently appearing in the press
were proceeding between
Overseas Airways Corporation and

the British
the British West
n the introduction by B.O.A.C.
route Jamaica-Caracas-Piarco,
ual position should be made



POR SUNDAY, DECEMBER %, 1982

Look in the secon in whir h your
-irthday comes, and find what your
outlook is, according to the stars.

MARCH 21 to APRIL 2 (Aries)—Many
of the oldest adages are

Wisest tor ous
rent situations.

F’instance “Hast
makes waste,” “Better to be sure than
orry and “Where there's a will
there's a way,”

APRIL 21 to MAY 2 (Taurus)—Enjoy

the company of oldsters and
Eut be not too act.ve;
Vitality and nerves,
snedium!

don't

exnaust
Pursue

that happy





oungsters |



The last vestiges of the illus-
ion that motoring is a luxury, or
a hobby of the very rich, have
long since left us. Motoring has
now been universally recognised
as being, in one form or another,

to these fortunate
rather

year and few
we offer
ongratulations. )

As the very nature of Barba
dos and its road sy makes i
impossible to extract either pleas-

our jealou

tem t

the very keystone of our modern wre or profit ‘in any marked
existence — whether we individ- degree from motor-cars in the}
ually run a vehicle or not. Every high priced ranges, we will lay

jartiile we use, every pa.ticle of
}food that we eat, is at one time
lor another dependent on movot
|iransport, whether it is for the
| ertilizing of crops, for the con-
|veyance of raw materials to the
factories and the spsequent dis-
patch of the tinished a:ticles to

popular priced class.

Briefly, 1953 proving to
in no way ‘vintage’ year for
cars, in the sense that with one
or twe novable exceptions mar
facturers have confined | them-

1s

a





the consumers. s.lves to making Spire ag ete

The foregoing is just as true ™ents to models ‘ Ww nic a a .
for this island as it is for any ® eady proved their worth i
territory on earth, and in this} ‘eVvious years,

olumn we should like to touch Frobably, from our point of
jlightly and without going .nto view h re, the most notable ex-
}too much technical cetail © -eption to the foregoing general-
every aspect of the subject as it isation is the Austin Seven en-
affects our daily lit ined Morris .Minor, that rather
We motor for pleasure or bustle oie itt hybrid, which |
ness, whether we drive private §... resulted from the mating of
jcars, motor-cycles or commercial stin and Nuffield Organ
venicles, is The additional] horse-
| “— ie Ege due course to oe power put ead by this unit,
able to discuss sucn subjects as Combined with its rather pleasing
a ‘oak tan ey a: characteristic of being able to
;ditions an ir closely asso-

r ae produce quite a lot of torque at
ciated topic of driving technique

. A t relatively low revs, by com-
je si g a a eee s -essors
MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—rrech. | 12 =o far as they anny rarison with its- predecessors, |
nques and methods more importan, JMterest our personai impressions shoud cause delight to future}
chan getent we realize Approach in| of new types of vehicies arriving owners of this most successful of |
mail matte-s co! » a sli ‘ 2 .
ion we give is vital. "7° ™pres-/in the island, and to make men- post-war light cars,
tion of motoring as a sport and |
at *2 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Avoid | the coutiibuiion which pro erly The Ford Motor Company is}
mot i i i r!
coming emotiona don't take too | 2 ize e sti ~ ? i > ! P , : ; ~or year
e € oltoring embarkin on its second 3
much to heart others’ personal | So eee 2 A g “4 h the . tstanding Consuls and
turbances. Remember always the powe: | Makes for the wei being of the ih the outstanding suls an
of prayer.

JULY %& to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Som«
easy ways, some hard ones. What you
©, how you go about preparations, ane

your attitude in general are important
these days.

AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virge)
Be determined, but not stubborm or
recdless of others’ wishes, a like x
temptation now. Make your day one of

co-operative thinking and—act.on
SEPTEMBER 2&4 to OCTOBER 2
(Libra)—The “little” things may trip
you; the unexpected details By th,
by, how is your work system thes
days?

OCTOBER % to NOVEMBER 2
(Scorplo)—Don't wait till last minute

to do things you should be doing now
And if ‘rou can get some details out of
the way for the week, DO IT NOW!

NOVEMBER 23
(Sagitiarius)—It's a
you think

to DECEMBER
better day than
And wth a smile, a cheers
word a hopeful, determined-to-wir
demeanor you can accomplish much
Church first, of course,

oe

DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Cc:

‘apri
corn)—Review for

burpose of noting

how better to do. Treat this day fos
its holy worth. F

JANUARY 2 to FEBRUARY 2%

(Aquartup)—Don't crowd your day, but

don't dawdle. However, relax afte

church, And you will be fit fo

to-morrow’'s work,

FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
Set down some rules for idle hours,
If you have a busy schedule, be wise,

keep calm within, take things .n order,
ind—smile,

YOU BORN TO-DAY: Sagittarians
ten excel in athletics, politics, music,
irt, brokerage, real ectate, the military,
Clear insight, prompt action, astute
imbiton are highlights of this Sigh?
Be not annoyed at delays, and be not
forceful nor abrupt. Birthdate of: Benj.
Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, Statesman,

ovelist; Albert P. Terhune, editor-
outhor,

f
of



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te

of new colours, an opportunity to choose your

model, invitation to slide behind the wheel of a

super car and drive into the New Year in a spirit

of achievement!

Charles Mc Enearney & Co., Ltd.



average motorist. Zephyrs, and has ironed cut some

In this latter connection it may of tie more noticeable teething
ultimately be possiole to arrange troubles, which were experienced
on a small scale a tally in this in these vehicles in all new
island, perhaps ‘similar to those models when first ap-
arranged in England by indivia- peared.
ual clubs under the auspices of Vauxhills have produced bigger
the R.A.C. and we would appre- and better Wyverns and Veloxes|
ciate the reactions of readers in —-or should we say, for the sake |
general to this idea. We should of academic purity ‘Veloces’ |
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suer subjects which they may larly in the South American
vish us to discuss, and we market.

answ

eas ne oa oe The products of the Rootes ang}
Please add.ess your letters to Austin organisations show iittie |
‘Motoring Topics” C/o The Bar- change in the popular priced class, }
bados Advocate. but Sir John Black has produced

|

|
they |
|



In starting a column at this @ Tather pretty new sports car in
time of the year, we are for- ‘he form of the new Triunpn
tunate in being able as it were, SPorts, and we understand that}

to “begin at the beginning’—at Some of these cars will anprtly
least so far as 1953 is concerned, %@ joining the small and_ selec
We here in this island, in com- 289d of "sporting vehicles at pres-
mon with other members of the ®t to be seen on Barbadian
Sterling Area, have our activities "44s. .
curtailed by a phenomenon known Still on the question of Spor

48 a aollar shortage, and for this Cars, Messrs. Allard have intro
eason if for no other we buy duced a relatively low powered

onti¢ ar earner in th
motor cars manufactured in tn otential dollar earner i ‘

United Kingdom. Now in , , . the form of the Palm Beach Allard
United Kingdom the outstanding powered alternatively with th«
.otoring event of this year has Ford Zephyr 6 cylinder or ti

recently taken place—that is the 4 cylinder Ford Consul engine.

Annual Motor Show organized by
the Society of Motor Manufactur-
ers and Traders which takes
place every year in October
at Earls Court, and we can think
of no better way of 1

Miniature vehicles, potentially!
popular in these days of tight
ened purse strings, are repre-
sented by the Bond Minicar, th:
miniature A.C, and the Lloyd



- aunching the .atter being the English ver-
this column | than by skimming wionâ„¢ built at Ipswich and , not
lightly over the fare which Brit- als similar German cousin of the
ish Manufacturers have put on same name
the table for our new year’s en- " }
joyment, (In this connection, we Tha most significant happen- |

personally suffer from a Sterling ing so far as the British Motor |
shortage too and the matter is ndustry is concerned was cer

in consequence purely academic iainly the recent and ‘rather un

so far as we are concerned, expected announcement by the}
Nevertheless there are certainly Ministry of Supply of the virtual}
some fortunate souls among us freeing of the Home market for|
who will contemplate buying a cars, |
new motor-car during the coming It has long been the contention







of British Manufacturers, and is|

accepted as a truism by econo-|

mists, that the basic factor gov-
. ‘ erning the health of the motor}
Modern High School industry in general and_its|
° . capacity to produce good motor}
6d. Prize Drawing cate economically was a healthy |
and well nourished home mar-|

RESULTS. ket, and it has been asserted

Ist Prize of $240 P—1091; 2nd again and again in recent month
Prize L—1057; 3rd Prize F—1530; by leading lights in the Indus
ith Prize W—1939; 5th Prize F— try that arbitrary export “quotas
359; 6th Prize F—1098; 7th Prize and restrictions of home sales |

&—42; 8th Prize C—1514; 9th

Â¥ 5 ve ~, Will have a stifling effect on the}
Tit peace ae — dg industry in general and ultimately |
| 1642. isth " Brive. B1040; Lash, on its capacity to prodive



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

B.W.I.A.Deny New fhotoring News~
nost emphasis on vehicles in the |

be |





Prize I—1974; 15th Prize N—-1645: vehicles for sale at competitive
16th Prize T—1758; 17th Prize V Prices abroad. =
|—757; 18th Prize R—1271; 19th AS the Minisiry’s announce-
|Prize V—1657; 20th Prize A— ™ent was accompanied by an in-
| 1962, crease in the allocation of steel
to manufacturers of motor
| vehicles the potentates of the
° several manufacturers empires
New Road will have every opportunity in|
the coming year to prove théir|
A road _ is being constructed point |
through Church Village, St. Philip. We should like to conclude by }
| For many years residents in the wishing our motoring friends in
| village have been asking for a Barbados a very happy Christ-j}
proper road. Traffic and pedes- mas and a trouble free motoring
| trians will soon be abl@ to use the New Year
new highway. KEN DAVIES

And potential car owners—! This Christmas is an
excellent time to consider a new car for 1953, such
a car, for instance, as the brilliant CONSUL or
ZEPHYR,











DEC. 21 NO. 254

TOPICS

JOE & ROBERT 3













Three more days : then Christmas
The day for food song
For sor twil. be a short day
For others ‘twill be long
Some will fall sleep ¢ Wednesd
And wake Frid :
Askit all kinds of que
As though r Ki “ b
So . tart shopping Monday
Ar ta Y drinkir g too
The great 1 small t wether
With Robert, Joe and Lo
Some w Rive costly presents
OU of lower cost
Some will warm and cherry
Cthers ss Cold as frost
. e . .
ill eat ham and turkey
vw ual crust
t and steady



will simply fuss










Some will be sad and sonely
Others will ink and sing
Some will x and slumber
\nd to their armchairs cling
Home will be home for children
Those wh with to can play
Those without toys will reckon
Christma ust a da
ds they are not working
1s to them must be
long day of hoping
some work to see
will send Christr ecting
tings to friend and foe
lofty
. .
Some will rer etsy
ly on Christ
ven things a owing
That is the
ay wreath oved t

nay be
tw po
they. were alive



Tt the Christma







the
inse

nee
the r



1 Tittle p
? next-door
You can't see poyerty far off



oversea













While it's sitting at your door
Now boys, we » this adv
You'll have thr ys to spree
You'll need a extras
} to inta your glee
" pork and beef steak @
’ » rum and rice
day is a holiday
that’s our advice
Don't buy rum by the bottle
Tt will not be enough
Ord 1 cask of J & R
That is the Christmas stuff
To all our friends and comrade
Lou, Joe and Robert ty
We wish you joy next Thursday
That will be Christmas Da THE
sponsored by

J&R BAKERIES
makers of
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STORES












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ol ADVOCATE

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srinted by the Advocate Co.



it4., Broad ..., Bridgetown

Sunday, December 21, 1952





-COMMONW E ALTH
RESOURCES

SO far as the Caribbean is
the most interesting of the very vague de-
cisions announced at the end of the Com-
monwealth Economic Conference was the
decision to 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 at all into an interpretation of
this very airy 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 this opin-
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 ter-
ritories had increased during the first half
of 1952. These liabilities which were
£556 million in 1948 had reached by the
end of the first half of 1£52 a total of
£1,042 million. It must be recognised that
the Caribbean colonies are not the largest
dollar-earners but they do contribute
‘towards the ingreasing 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. But
there is a second reason wich is being
recognised in Great Britain.

concerned

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 average for the third quarter no less
than £9 million or three quarters were in
shipments. to the Colonies. Even more
significant is the fact that whereas exports
to the sterling area as a whole were £14%
million below the monthly rate in the first
half of the year exports to the Colonies
are running about £5 million above.

The British West Indies are listed after
Malaya. British 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 a greater part of
their earnings.

The development of Commonwealth re-
sources may be expected by the Colonies
to mean the development high on the list
of Colonial resources. But even when
this interpretation is given there still re
mains the questions: what
if the Caribbean, what resources?

One eould hazard many speculations in
this connection but it should be obvious
that the claims of African and Asian colo
nies will rank more highly than those of
the Caribbean (with the exception possib
ly of British Guiana and British Honduras)
because those countries have greater 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 finance 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 expected to do more”.

colonies and,

Much it seems is expected of a new com-
pany which is to be formed to promote
development in the Overseas Common-
wealth and the 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. Tue sum
total of sterling funds available for devel-
opment of Commonwealth resources will
be limited by the amount of savings and
the surplus in the balance of payments.

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 a Development Board. The
new company will assist through its par-
ticipants and contracts in providing ready
access to British industrial commercial and
financial experierice,

Barbados might be better advised to
make use of the facilities which are to be
provided by the Company instead of
creating an expensive devely pment struc-
ture which could only be staffed by some-
one) with much less experience than that
available for the rope sed new compa

At. this stage the full significance of
new-company cannot be appreciated, an
the meaning of development of Cecilie.
wealth resources also awaits interpreta
tion» but the main factor affecting both is

obvious: There is a shortage of

sterling

for Such development.







SEAWELL

IF THERE is one saying which might
be said to have guided Barbadians for
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 discover at
once the names of three or four govern-
ment departments which are in one way
other the object of public or 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 be spoken. .No
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 Seawell Airport
from a rather shabby collection of spraw!-
ing huts into the tidy and well arranged
airport it now is. The terminal building
in some respects offers better facilities
than are 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

or

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 Miss Nell
Manning is firmly establishing itself.
Through the opening made by the porch
a garden of cacti and succulents, thanks
also to the same supervisjon, is becoming
an object of attraction. In the grounds
too trees are being planted. The complete
renovation of the waiting room and bar is
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.

NEW LOOK

THE NEW LOOK which has been given
to the Barbadian literary magazine Bim,
is a welcome sign that the editors of that
publication realise that erities of the old
cover were actuated by a desire to see it
prosper.

Bim as many critics have pointed out be-

fore has suffered from an excess of friend-
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
a 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 to discourage the efforts of the
pioneers responsible for the publication of
Bim, English readers find much more to
interest them in its pages than West In-
dians who have grown up amid the scenes
and situations which West Indian writers
depict, “Every line written to-day” writes
Andrew C. Pearse in an interesting ana-
lysis of 36 short stories appearing in Bim
Nos. 9—18 (in Vol. 2 No. 2 of Caribbean
Quarterly) “if not slavish copy and artifi-
cial journalism is important, For even
when of inferior quality, it is for the read-
er another day's journey on a voyage of
discovery into a strange little-known
archipelayo whose islands are separated
by class, race, colour, language and geo-
graphical | distance and the reality of whose
interiors is masked in familiar European
forms and framed within the said prosce-
nium of Colonial Government.” These are
sentiments which can be understood by anyone
who has visited a country for the first ‘time and
who tries to get under its skin, to hear its heart
beating in the pages of a novelist or writer of
reputation. Those who love reading will at first
regard any writing which serves as an irtroduc-
tion to a new country with enthusiasm but
longer residence in a country often leads to re-
vision of opinion and books or writing which at
first impression appeared to be important to the
reader lose some or all of their appeal,

Good literature transcends national differences
and no good literature has ever resulted from
gazing inwardly upon one self for inspiration,
Not every West Indian reader of Bim will agree
with every statement which Andrew Pearse
makes in the article mentioned above but he

makes it quite clear that the reader of this maga-
zine has a right to “look for an advance toward

greater maturity and certain minimum stanc
ards.”
West Indian crities of Bim and some English

critics have, whatever the methods of criticis:
adopted, always insisted on this basic right. The
change of cover alone is not a sign of maturity
but it is a welco.ne sign that the Editors do not

obsetinately resist change and are capable not
only of Accepting praise but also of benefiting

f those who recognise
Bim’s pioneer status but who hope to see it
attain greater maturity than it has reached so

far. If its sales increase with this
cover will have been responsible for
several new subscribers.

the

attracting

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Sitting On The Fenee

By NATHANIEL GUBBINs

What about having a cosh boy
in your home for Christmas? The
idéa occurred to me after reading
a report by a London magistrate
on juvenile courts.

In one of these the chairman
paid the fine of a young tnug,
called him a naughty little fellow
and wished him a happy Christ-
mas

If this is the official attitude
towards thuggery, then every
right-minded citizen should help
oy entertaining at least one cosh
coy during the jolly festive season,

t 4 ee

Here are son#: hints on how to
make the naughty little fellow
feel at home.

The Christmas tree should be
hung with coshes, daggers and
bicycle chains.

All crackers should be loaded
with small hand grenades. This
ought to make the Christmas din-
ner go with a bang (Ha, ha.)

On Christmas Eve, Father
Christmas, an old lag from Dart-
moor, should fill the cocth boy's
stocking with firearms, jemmies
and explosives for blowing up
safes.

Christmas games should
played with marked cards.

Have plenty of old ladie. stay-
ing with you, Cosh boys can’t
resist old ladies. If you want to
make the boy happy you must
let him play with his toys.

Have an ambulance ready
take the old ladies to hospital.

When the cash boy leaves, the
morning after Boxing Day, give
him a £1 note and wish him a
happy New Year

If he knocks you senseless with
the cosh from the Christmas tree
and takes the rest of your money,
you can at least tell yourself (if
you recover) that you have given
a poor little social misfit a ‘happy
Christmas.

P.S. If you would rather have
a happy Christmas yourself, either
don’t have the cosh boy, or hire

be

to

a fly-weight boxer to dress up as
one of the old ladies and see what
happens.

my Real Self By Her Highness
Queen Lottie, The Davil Cat.

I am glad to announce tnat. at
the enormous expense of 2 Ib. of
rabbit (4s. 2d.) and a chicken
gizzard, J have obtained the exclu-
sive rights of the life story of
Lettie the Devil Cat. Queen of The
Dustbins.

Queen Lottie calls her story
“My Real Self,” and in this, the

mgst vivid, topical, and revealing

royal story ever printed, she will

write of her remarkable life with

intimacy and frankness.
* *

She will tell of —

Her first romance with the
tough, battle-scarred American
cat, Manhattan Mouser, and the

anger of local cats at their meeting.

Lottie’s first impression of Man-
hattan Mouser. “Althougn he
wasn't quite the gentleman, he was
gay and reckless and his whiskers
were divine.”

The secret dustbin tryst, when
The Mouser first declared his love
for the young queen, and how
she boxed his ears.

The full and exclusive descrip-

tion of Manhattan Mouser as a
Stitor. (Tnis is guaranteed to be
clean.)

The Mouser’s remark to a friend
“She's certainly got what it takes
and has the swellest little chassi*
in the English speaking world,

Her grand tour of the tiles with
The Mouser and how he taught
her square dancing on the flat
roof of The Sea Nest.

What romance with a like
Manhattan Mouser means toa
young and beautiful girl, (This is
also guaranteed to be clean.)

“My Real Self,” beginning next
week, is the enthralling personal
narrative of a simple girl awed by
the whirlwind courtship of a fas-
cinating, if unprincipled, he-cat.

To avoid disappointment, order
your copy in advance.





cat







Do you sometimes
are not appreciated; that you are
not properly rewarded for honest
endeavour; that your genuine
desire to do your best and give
good value for the money you earn
is not noticed by those who bene-
fit by your efforts?

If you feel like this, remember
the story of Ranby Lovely, the
six-year-old black and white cow
that -broke the world reeord for
butter fat production last week.

Ranby Lovely has never boiwer-
ed her pretty head about rewards
for honest endeavour,

feel that

Modesty, and without a thought |

of personal gain, she has producec
in a year enough butter to provide
rations for 283 people, Indifferent
to praise or blame and conten
with the same rations as othe
cows she has done more than he:

duty.
Yet fame has come to her un
sought, Photographers and B.B.C

television camera men were ther
to record her triumph,

If you do your duty modctl)
and patiently, like Ranby Lovely
fame may come to you as you si
on your office stool. Any day thé
manager may give you anothe)
ledger to look a’ter.

Although your triumph wil! no
be photographed or televised
you, like Randy Lovely, will have
the satisfaction of knowing you
work is appreciated even if, like
Ranby Lovely, you get nothing else.

“Virtue is its own reward.’

Once quoted an industrial lord

“And those who ask for man)

rises

“Are certain of some sharp sur
prices.

“Cortentment with your = 10
allows

“Efficiency in men and cows,



“And those who grumble, nar}
and sneer

“Can get the hell right out o
here.”
And don’t forget in any crise

To do your morning exercises

—L.E.S

A Miserable Christmas

By GEORGE HUNTE.

In Mr, Gay’s London A. P. Her-
bert writes, “those of us who affect
a pious discontent with the world
as we have it, and are inclined to
doubt whether we have made any
real ‘progress’ within the last cen-
tury or so might study these re-
cords (the proceedings of the Lon-
don sessions of 1732 and 1733)
with advantage.”

I was reminded of Sir Alan’s re-
mark while perusing the Globe

| newspaper for 1852 in an effort to
| discover what Christmas was like
| ior our ancestors in Barbados 100
years ago. It was not happy.
Cholera was raging throughout the
Caribbean and in Barbados deaths
from yellow-fever were frequent.
The Globe of Dec. 23 chronicled
the following sad events: “At High-
aate of yellow fever Mr. W. M.
French aged 24 native of Oxford-
shire, schoolmaster and catechist
during 15 months residence: at
Collymore Rock of yellow fever,
pl 4. Col, John Doyle O’Brien deputy
Quarter Master General to the
| Forces aged 45, leaving a widow
and five young children: at Hast-
‘ings Village of yellow fever Mrs.
Hutton wife of—~~Hutton Esq. Mr.
and Mrs. Hutton had lately ar-
| rived here from Ireland.”
| It was going to be a thoroughly
Christmas for many
families. Tne Glove in its main
editorial reflected the general
gloom which had been increased
ty the late news from England of
the death of the Duke of Welling-
jton. “That the season will be one
jef such general hilarity and un-
‘alloyed happiness as- it usually
j brings with it we fear we cannot
venture to hope: the face of many
a dear relative whose countenance
j heaving with youth and exhibiting
promise.of long life’ graced the
testive board—contributing to the
| joyous mirth and material enjoy-
tment of the family circle on simi-
{lar previous occasions will be
missed in more than one domestic

} miserable

}home; whilst the reflection that
the enemy yet lurks amidst us
fail to operate a great

eannot
| drawback on scores, nay hundreds
, of others who are wont on each
{ return of the period to the glec-
some tide of gay rejoicing which
sweeps the declining year towards
the ocean of the past and along
with it the mony cares, disap-

pointments and else which marred
its progress.”
But the real horror lurked at

sea. There at anchor in the upen
roadstead of Carlisle Bay “where
it is an impossibility to fumigate
co overhaul here and close to a
shore where from whatever cause them



Our

Memorial Fund
To the Editor, The Ad eocate;
SIR,—The Methodist
in the
their

Churches
Ebenezer Cireuit present
of the
to inform

compliments
on and wish
public of their grateful thanks
for help and co-operation, Mr.
Cc. R, Yearwood of blessed mem
for twenty
Teacher

sea-
the

four yeers
Shrewsbury
He toiled

wy was
Head
Boys School.
edly as Teacher, Social
Preacher, Musician,

We have opened a fund for
ome form of Memorial and de-
help. Donations may
the Head Teacher
Boys School

of
unstin-

Worker

sire
sent to
Shrewsbury

the Minister.

be
of
or to

S. WINSTON C. CROSSE
“Christmas”
To the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR,—In just a few days and
probably the most -exultant day
of the year will have made its

appearsnee, Christmas, bringing
with it it’s many wishes of hap-
piness and prosperity, and intro-
ducing .a most hilarious element
s again knocking at our doors to









be cordially sxcted by many
cheerful hearts and to be vehem-
ently resented by many “scrooge-
like 1€s,

The most mome event in
the annals of creation i dor
edly the birth of Christ, and vet
it would be overwhelmir
surprising to know how many

us would loathe to celebrate
such a marvellous occasion
It may be thought to be supe
to prepare .so lavishly

a single day, but those of us

ay

ee





- looks

- yet delicate,

there is a local influence predis-
posing to fever” rode the unhappy
ship of war Dauntless, with six-
teen officers and 70 men victims of
the fever. The Globe thought it
not presumption to suggest that
she ‘should be run immedigtely to
some port where she can be placed
on dock or alongside a wharf and
be enabled to put ashore every
soul now on board of her. ..where
this can best be done whether at
Antigua or Bermuda or elsewhere
it is not for us to say”.

The atmosphere of death was
reflected in the list of books adver-
tised by Wm. Drumm on Decem-
ber 28rd. Prominently displayed
was Heavenly Recognition or shal!
we know our friends in Heaven
Also Copland’s State of the Soul
after Death, Heaven or the Sainted
Dead, Baxter’s Saints Everlasting
Rest, ‘Drew on Immortality of the
Soul. Rev. John Klanvill’s Mourn-
ers Companion, Bushe on the Pre-
servation of the Body, Gilbert
West “The Resurrection” and one
for the anti-Papists “The Finding
Out of the Romish Fox.”

I wonder how much comfort
readers of these volumes derived
from the notice in the Globe of
December 27th about “Mr. How-
ard’s white succedaneum for fill-
ing decayed teeth however large
the cavity.” Not much I should
imagine, despite the blurb about
the patronage it received from the
Queen and Prince Albert: Much
more exciting was the news that a
fat ox—a very superior ox will be
sold on January Ist, at the Market



place, price per lb. 15 cents hind-
quarters and 12% cents fore-
quarters.

Quarantine regulations must

have been very difficult to enforce
in a harbour jn which there were
barks, brigs, schooners, sloops and
steamers from Liverpool, St. Vin-
cent, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Bristol,
Newfoundland, Dominica, ‘Nor-
folk, London, Demerara, Grenada
Tobago, Orinoco, Bermuda, Prince
Edward Island, Patagonia, New
Haven, New York, and Plymouth,
North Carolina.

There were efforts of course to
cheer the people up. A full column
advertisement on page one of the
Globe of December 23 proclaimed
the benefits to be derived from
Dr. Leidy’s Sarsaparilla Blood
Pills and his only. “Be not per-
suaded,” our grief stricken ances-
tors were warned, “that other
Sarsaparilla blood pills are the
same as Dr, Leidy’s. . . Eat, drink
and live as usual and pursue your
usual occupation whilst taking
them without fe ar of taking cold

Readers

mean a motion she
deeply as to why
preparations are
made. If Christmas day were
spent as any other day, if there
were no rejoicing, exultation and
revelsy, -there would be no mark
of distinction, and its signific-
ance would be readily lost, sc
that the twenty-fifth (25th) day
of Devtember would come and so
and many of us would forret
that that was the day on which
the Saviour of the world wa





share so ld
thi more

suth extensive

born. It is only the mind of the
niggard that accommodates such
mean ideas and scotns such fes-
tivity. To disregard the celebra-

tion, thanksgiving, and munifi-
cience that €hristmas imposes, on
us, would be to deviate from the
course of tradition ard to dimin-
ish the dignity with which the
day had been crowned,
However, some of us really do
enjoy ourselves, though too often
we allow our enjoyment to go to
the extreme. Men have been
commonly known to take copious
quantities of rum or some other
relatively strong beverage until
they become totally inebriated,
and of course, one’s enjoyme:
then restrained
discomfort experienc

Every child, relis
thought of



is





Scietins us and
forward to ceiving great
gifts from Santa ~- Claus
hought of receiving gifts fror
iystical a source gratific or
nough for the child whos
iculties of comprehension
but one
be soon ©r 1
tion of the child is





and much ct
hes even the I
» Barbade

, port and

during all kinds of weather... .
Do not gripe the stomach anc
bowels.”

Mr. J. W. King of the Baxters
Road Bakery had good news foi

l.wers of Soldier Bread. This was |!

btainable at 4 cents per lb. ang
customers were informed by ar
advertisement in the Globe thai

‘ |
regard to cleanliness as it shall be

kept free from bodily perspiration
The establishment can be inspect-
ed at any time.” Industrialisation
had reached Trinidad before 1852
ond. the Cruger and Leotand steam
chocolate works in Port-of-Spair
was exporting several varieties of
chocolate prepared in Trinidad for
sale in Barbados and elsewhere
Vanilla No. 1 was sold at 60 cents
per Ib, and No. 4 at 20 cents. Thx
length of ladies dresses may bx
gauged from the advertisement ot
Crossbar dresses 8 yards each. 1
was fortunate for the poor bread-
winners in those days that the
prices ranged from 67 cents the
dress upwards, although there is
no indication that the sky was nol
the limite of the upward. There
was a constant supply of ready
made clothing for men including
“paletots, blouses, coatees, anc
black cloth pantaloons of new
style and well made always on
hand.” Men's Paris hats could be
bought for 90 cents up to $5 each
New family beef of superior qual-
ity had just landed in time fo:
Christmas and was obtainable at
he Ice Establishment. One hun-
fred and fifty firkins ‘of butter
were landing from Cork and there
vere 100 boxes of first quality
American cheese.

For those who could enjoy them-



elves that miserable Christmas
with “the enemy lurking in their
midst,” there were 25 cases of first

quality champagne;
English

50 hampers of
potatoes; Westphalia
Hams, 10 quarter casks of very
superior s ry Wine from Bristol;
sugar almonds for Xmas cake and
bloom raisins in layers.

The ingredients for a happy
Christmas were there but accord-
ing to the atmosphere reflected in
the Globe of December 23rd and
27%h many people would have
spent the joyful season in 1853
with a copy of the Mourners Com-
panion or some other sad volume
obtained from Wm. Drumm’s
bookshelves. Even the Annual
Bazaar in aid of the Ladies Asso-
ciation for the relief of the indi-
gent sick and infirm was post-
poned until February 1853. It
must have been a miserable Xmas
one hundred yéars ago in Barba-
dos.











Say:

e e
wakefulness, he begins to
realise that s Claus vas
really not the active entity that
he (Santa-Claus) had been

thought to be,
Nature too, seems to play her

part in heralding the approach
of Christmas, for flowers bloom
more prettily, the wind blows
more lustily, as if to chase the
cares and worries from the
hearts of men and take their
place, and the Sidereal firmament
‘8S prodigious to behold,

These myriad with all
their effulgence and brilliancy
are enough to enlighten the most
scrooge-like heart and attune us
to greet so memorable a day.

Yours faithfully,
FRANCIS JEMMOTT,

Salaries Renort

fave
stars

To _ the Editor, The Advocate—
SIR,—The fact cannot ba

dis-
puted that the Government of
this island is aware of the ex-
tremely high cost of living and}

therefore appointe



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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1952

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21,



On his long voyage across the
Atlantic in 1647, Ligon amu
himself by observing the heav-
ens and studying navigation, At
last. he reaches “this
island of Barbadc
Having despatched our busine

happy

we got leave to go ashore to thé

little island, which was at the en-
trance of the Pry, where we
grass for our horses and
and this we made into hay. Thi
work was quickly done with the

ut
cut

cattle,



help of the abundant sunshine.
When it was perfectly dried, we
stored it in our ship, this being

jour last job. And so, we weighed

anchor, hoisted sail and steered
jour course for Barbados, leaving
Bernardo (according to his own

desire) behind us. We had but two

degrees to the southward to vary

dn the running of 620 league

westward, St. Iago lying in 15 and

Barbados in 13 degrees and 30
inutes to the northward of the
ne.

There are seven more islands
Which are called the islands of
Cape Verde, viz. St. Michaels, St.
Vincents, St. Anthonies, St. Lucia,
Bravo, Fogo and Soll; some of
Which are much larger, but none
@s considerable as St. lago.
> As we lay at anchor in the en-
trance of the Pry, at sunset we
perceived, between the sun and us,
the island called Fogo, which wa:
at such a distance that none of us
Could discern it all day till that
hour. So, when the island was in-
terposed between the sun and us,
We saw it perfectly shaped like
half of a sugar loaf; the upper half
cut off even and in the midst of
the top of thdt a smoke and fire
rising from which we guessed it
took its name,

About the 10tr of August we
put out to sea, and as we sailed,
we left the island on our starboard
Side and did not part with the sight
of it till we discerned a little town
Mear the shore, which, we were
fold, was the best in the island.
2 place meant to be the chief port

r all traffic in the island, but by
means of a great mischief that

ips were subject to in that har-
Pour, it was almost totally desert-

, for the sea there was so rocky
@t the bottom and the rock
thick together, and sharp too, that
they cut the cables off near to the

so

“anchor, and so the anchor is often

et at the bottom. There was a
tchman who stayed there three
days and lost two anchors.

* From this island to Barbado
We account 620 leagues by reason
@f the constancy of the winds
Which blow seldom in any other
eet than north east and by east,

ey have usually sailed it in six-
fen or seventeen days, for that is
the time of the Tornado when the
Winds chop about into the south.
But we were somewhat retarded
fin our passage and made it in
twenty-two days, though there
afe many who have made it in a

longer time. For during the
rnado season, the clouds inter-
Pose so thick and darken the sky,
to such an extent that we are not
able to make any observation for
@ forthnight together. And so, be-
img doubtful of our latitude, dare
mot make the best use of our sails,
for fear of slipping the island.

Haying passed it, one can hard-

beat it up again without put-

g out into the Main and so by
painful traverses recover ourselves
to the East of the island, and then
fall back again to the due latitude
Upon it at 13 degrees and 30 min-
Utes. Besides this pains and loss
of time, when we miss the island,
Many times we ran hazards by
falling upon the Leeward Islands
am the night, with which the Bay
of Mexico is well stored,

In this long reach, (which may
be called a voyage in itself) I had
Only two things to make the way
Seem short. One was pleasure the
@ther business. That of pleasure
Was to view the heavens and the
beauty of them, in’ which were
Objects of such great glory that
the inhabitants of the world from
40 degrees to either pole can never

witnesses of. And this occurs
fat the time when the Tornado is
with those of that Latitude where

‘we were. The clouds were ex-
haled in great quantities, some

1952

A TRUE & EXACT

HISTORY,

Of the Ifland of
BARBADOES. |

By RICHARD LIGON, Gen.








thick and gross, some thin and
verial and rolled about with great
and lesser curls. The Sun then and
there far brighter than with us
here in England, caused such glori-
ous colours to rest upon those
clouds, as it is not possible to be
believed by those who have not
seen it. Nor can imagination frame
so great a beauty.

Ths reason is that the near-
ness and propinquity of the place
we are in that makes us see the
glory of the sun and those stars
which move in that Horizon much
more perfectly, than at a further
distance. The proof of this I found
by looking on the stars that ap-





pear large and bright to us in
England, which, when seen here,
co not only lose much of their
light, but also their size. For
instance, there is a little. star
called Auriga near the Charles

Waine, which in England I have
S*en very perfectly on bright
nights. But at that distance, I
could never see it in the clearest
night, though I have often at-
tempted it. And upon my return
to England, I found it I had
left it. This argues that it was no
decay or impediment in my sight
that made ma lose it, but only
the distance of place,

I do not deny that a.better sight
than mine may see this star
Auriga at Barbados; but then so
good a sight may see it more
perfectly in England than I can,
and so, the comparison holds. But
another reason to prove the celes-
tial bodies brighter at a nearer
distance is that the moon being
near the full (at which time it
fives a great light) I have ob-
Served in the night, having
watched for two hours or so,@hat
when the clouds are in a fit po-
sition to reflect the beams which
the moon sends to the place where
you are standing, you can see a
perfect rainbow in the night, But
that does not happen at all times,
though there be clouds for the

ams to rest on, but only such
that are in an angle where these
beams reflect and meet in a just
point.

Divers
found on
in our horizon
and among them
called Cruseros,

as





constellations we
southward, which
are never seen,
one which we
This is made up

new
the





of four stars which stand almost
square, or rather liks the claws
of a bird’s foot, and the seamen

told us that two of them point at
the South pole, as the painters
of the Charles Wain do to the
North Star. But the south pole
cannot be seen by us that come
from the Northern parts, till we
are under the line, and then we
see both north and south, as we
do the sun in the morning and
evening at six and six. And this
much for pleasure,

Now for business,
this. To inform myself, the best
wny I could of tha account the
Master and his mates kept of the
Ship’s way, for compass, card
and log line, together with the
observations at noon by that ex-
cellent and useful instrument the
back-staff, by which we know to
a mile the Latitude we are in
If we had an instrument to find
out the Longitude as perfectly,
every man might guide a ship, that
could but keep an account.

To the knowledge of this great
secret of the ship’s course, many
gentlemen of our company ap-
plied themselves very dilligently,
for the master was not forward to
communicate his skill to all that
wers of his men, And to such a

it was only











proficiency we were grown, that
we lay a wager with the boats-
wain, a very good seaman, upon
the first’ sight of the island of
Barbados. He said that we would
not see it until the afternoon.
or the late evening. We said that
we would see it before noon.
Whether it was chance or our
skilfulness, I know, but
won the wager, which was a
couple of very fat hens. We got
them dressed and ate them as
soon as we came in sight of the
island with a double joy. First,
we had won the wager and next,
we were so near our Wished har-
bour.

do not

we

The nearer we came in sight
of this happy island, the more
beautiful it appeared to our eyes,
for that being in itself extreme-
ly beautiful, wags best discerned
and best judged of when our eyes
became full masters of the ob-
ject. There we saw the high large
and lofty trees, with their spread-
ing branches and flourishing tops
which seemed to be beholding to

the earth and roots that gave
them so much. sap for their
nourishment, as to grow to that

perfection of beauty and largeness
whilst they in gratitude return
their cool shade to secure and
shelter them from the sun’s heat
for without it would scorch and
dry away, so that bounty and
goodness in one and gratefulness
in the other, serve to make up
this beauty which otherwise would

lie empty and waste; and truly
this vegetation may teach both
the sensible and _ reasonable
creatures what it is that makes
up wealth, beauty and all har-
mony in that Leviathan; a well
governed commonwealth, where

the mighty men and rulers of the
earth by their prudent and care-
ful protection secure them from
harms, whilst they retribute their
pains, and faithful obedience to
serve them in all just commands.
And both these, interchangeably
and mutually in love, which is
the cord that binds up all in per-
fect harmony. And where these
are wanting the roots dry and
leaves fall away and a general
decay and devastation ensues.
Witness the woeful experience of
these sad times we live in.

Having now come a distance of
two or three leagues, my first
observation was the form of the
island in general. It is highest in
the middle, by which commodity
of situation, the inhabitants with-
in have these advantages. A free
prospect to sea, pure fresh air
and breezes from the sea, The
plantations overlooking one an-
other that the most inland
parts are not barred or restrained
the liberties of their view of the
sea by those who live between
them and it,

sO

For, as we pass along flear the
shore the plantations appear to be
one above the other, like several
stories in stately buildings, which
afforded us a large proportion
of delight. So that we begged of
the master to take down those of
his sails that gave the ship its
greatest motion, in order that we
might not be deprived all of a
sudden of a sight we were all so
pleased with,

But our cattle and horses (who

were under thatches and there-
fore no partners of this object)
having devoured all of their

fodder, were now ready to come
to the necessity of eating shavings





SUNDAY ADVOCATE



PAGE SEVEN







Four Merry Gauchos at Sea | A XMAS GIFT!

Ernesto Uriburu (Arthur Harker 15/-)

Seagoing Gaucho by

By IAN GALE
It has happened to people be-





fore First they buy a compass
and then they have to build a
boat to go with it. That was how
the Soft Ketch Gaucho was
born.

iesto Uriburu, a First Sec-
retary at the Argentine Embassy
always had the idea of escaping
on a long cruise somewhere

he says, he



Even from childhood,



had a mental picture of sea-life:
“It had something to do with
teak wood and canvas mixed
with the smell of seaweed, fish
scales and mussels ‘a la Pro-
vencal.’ Tar, rum, tingling pieces
of eight and profanity rounded

the image.

When eventually he left Buenos
Aires with three friends as crew
he found that sea-life on Gaucho
was even better than his dream.
As he said when asked about his
trip: “All we had was fun all
the time—plenty of wine, the
most delicious food (I cooked it
myself), sleep in the sun, songs,
and girls, you'know, of all sorts
in every port.”

Despite the difficulty of re-
trieving his crew from the arms
of the girls, in each port Uriburu
made an extended cruise from
Buenos Aires to Africa, through
the Mediterranean to Suez and
back to Gibraltar again,

He then decided to retrace the
first voyage of Columbus, so he
sailed from Cadiz bound for San
Salvador, Like most yachts
making the trade wind passage
across the Atlantic, Gaucho rolled
a great deal. “In bed, “writes
Uriburu,” I gauge the severity of
the ship’s pitching by the En-
eyclopaedia which sleeps on a
shelf above my bunk. On a really
rough night I bounce high enough
to read Tome 22—Utah to Wyom-
ing. If ! ever got up to Tome 24,
I would be on my way through
the skylight.”

In comparing the conditions
under which Columbus made his
voyage with his own crossings-«
complete with radio and charts—
the author concludes that he
would like to pin some posthum-
ous roses on the breast of the Ad-
miral of the Ocean Sea. “1 don't
have the Admiral’s moral prob-
lems either, “he notes” Members
of my crew, of course, make fre-

quent threats of throwing me
overboard; but I can blandly
ignore them, knowing full well

that they are not fools enough to

want to do the cooking them-
selves.”
And so these merry seagoing

gauchos went on across the globe.

From San Salvador they went to

New York, and then returned to

the Argentine via the West In-

dies. Gaucho actually stopped at

Barbados for a couple of days to

replenish her tanks with fuel, but

the author says little about the
island except that they “knocked
around” a bit.

This is not a serious cruising
book, but it’s excellent and amus~)
ing reading. May all sea-going
men have as much fun as the four
Gauchos!

The Colonial Police by Sir Charles
Jeffries (Parrish 18/6) |
This is a book that every police- |

man will want to read

The author, Sir Charles Jeffries, |

which were plained from deal
boards, which was the next things |
to be thought of. Deadly hunger
caused such lowing and bellow-|
ing among them that their cries
stopped the master’s ears, and
the smoothest and most per-
suasive language we could use,
could not force a passage, so we
had to put in at Carlisle Bay,
which is the best in the island,
There we found riding at anchor
22 good ships with boats plying
to and fro which had oars and
sails, and which carried commo-
dities from place to place. As/|
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GAUCHO under sail.

olice and

cases and incidents.

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problems created
towards self-gover

Colonies;
are being adopted

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Will send them to their graves.

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n the rest of the book, is very up-to-
date. He says that the history of
the Barbados Police, which goes
back at least as far as 1835, follows
the general West Indian pattern,
By that he means that the force
came into being soon after the abo-
lition of slavery, which created a
new, free proletariat who were,
more or less, left to shift for them-

discuss th © selves. The existence of this mass
by the trend of unstable, excitable and discon-
nment in the tented people was a serious threat

the new methods which

to preserve

the

career in

Colonial Police Service.

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from a ballad wh

sung in Kingston towards the

of the 19th century

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They snore like the rolling waves
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spirit of unity and of common ser-
Colonial
and

radi-
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the history of the Jamaican Police
Force in some detail, and

to law and order, {nd so the es-
of organised Police
forces in the West Indies was due
to a well justified fear on the part
of the governing classes.

The Colonial Police is an inter-
esting and instructive book, and
few will quarrel with the author's
opinion that: “The British have
taken many useful things with
them when they have gone out to



quotes colonise or administer other part

ich used to be of the world, but history may well
end yecord that they took nothing

which was to have a more pro-

found and lasting influence than

their own particular conception

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(ABOUT MARRIAGE, I MEAN)

By EVE PERRICK Miss Neff, say her employer

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down frantically by a desperate- gy ag | thie went
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER



Act. Governor







_ At Coleridge-
: Pa r ry
: ison - Mr Chris ietnant, Head-

master of the Coleridge and Par-
iy Schobd! at the school’s first prize
ving of Friday, His Excellency
e Acting Governor said “1 have
Hever set foot in the Parry School,
but 1 spent two very enjoyable
afternoons at the last Sports Day
and the last Prize-Giving of the
Coleridge School and had been
looking § f¢ ard to maintaining
continuity it were, by attend-
ing the first Prize-Giving of the
amalgamated School of the Two
Bishops

For youth of Barbados
this is an age of Opportunity
and Competition. It is an age
of opportunity, since, thanks to
the improved facilities that are
provided for secondary educa-
tion and the scholarships and
exhibitions that are available
from sev sources for high-
i er education, it is now possible
for more young people than
ever before to proceed in due
% course to the University College

of the West Indies or to the

: foremost Universities in the Old
7 World or the New, and there-

after to reach the top of what-
ae ever professions the Western

World has to offer. But it is
also an age of competition, fiercer
than has ever been known be-
fore, and no one has a chance of







the
the




not profit immeasurably from the
liberal education which this fine
new School of the Two Bishops,
under a Heacimaster with a bril-
liant academic record—-I must say
that it refreshes my heart to see
the red silk of an Oxford hood—
will provide. My advice to the
pupils of this School, irrespective
of whether they are destined to
reach the pinnacles or not, is
as follows: Never let book-
learning become the be-all and
end-all of education. There is
much more to education than
that. By itself book-learning
can even be harmful, for con-
centration on books to the ex-
clusion of everything else nar-
rows the mind and makes it pay
too much attention to the theore-
tical and too little to the realities
of life. See to it, therefore,
whether you are outstanding at
») work, or just average, that you
"} do your best to become an all-
rounder and to derive full bene-

; fit from every aspect of your life
at School. Join a Boy Scout troop
Sif you can, for it will develop
self-reliance, initiative and a
spirit of service to the community
which will serve you in good
Hstead and be of tremendous bene-
fit to the Island, as well as to
yourselves, in after life. Use the
Library and do not let the books
rot on their shelves. By reading
s many books on as many differ-

a

es










t

sent subjects as possible you will
*broaden your mind in a way that



Sewill not
» content
worm
pyour

be possible
to be

if you are
merely a book-
in class. Do not turn up
noses at work with your
hands or at learning a craft, for
they may prove to be useful
) strings to your bow in after years,
~~ Above all, do not expect to be
*sspoon fed, and learn to stand on
byour own feet.

» I am_ indebted to
aster for sending me an
Wadvance copy of his speech and
for letting me know what was
store for me. It is indeed,
Mirguable whether a Schoo} Speech
ty ay ought to be converted into
sort of debating society, but I

m sure that, in choosing to say
what he did, the Headmaster did
expect me to sit supinely by
fithout comment, As the physics




the Head-



Asters say. “to every action
‘there is a reaction.” So be it,
In the first place I should like
touch for a moment on the
Sofficial mind,” to which the
eadmaster referred in terms
hat were hardly flattering. Far
oo often the official is represen-

e as a scaly monster with ink
in his veins and a mixture of ice
Sand wool in his brains. That
» -} creature is, in fact, as mythical
as the Gorgon. Certainly I have
not come across it in Barbados.

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tenacious persistence. By the very
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. Education Is Mo



SUNDAY ADVOCATE



re Than Book-Learn ing

GAMES AT CHRISTMAS PARTY



OVER 60 children enjoyed themselves at the Christmas Party for poor children which was staged at

.
;

Queen's College yesterday evening by Olympia Club. This was the fourth Christmas Party to be staged

by the Club.

The gifts were donated by members. Some members brought along poor children but the majority of
children were from elementary schools. :
The children were served with plenty refreshménts and sweets.

smiles on their faces.



During the first years of my
service in Government was
drummed into my head by a very
Ww senior officer that the first
thing for an official to learn, and
forget, is to be a human
first and an official after-
I have always found
in 3arbados human
The only ways in which
‘official outlook,” which I
prefer to use to the phrase
“official mind’, need necessarily
differ from that of, say, a Head-
master of a Secondary School are
that the official has to determine
whether a particular project, how-
ever desirable, can be afforded,
to decide whether it fits in with
ine general scheme of things, and
to assess the many different claims
on the Island’s revenue against
each other and accept or reject
them according to their relative
merits and the funds at the coun-
disposal. For, as I have
stressed in two of the four other
Speech Days which I have at-
tended during the past few days,
“contrary to popular belief, the
publie purse is not bottomless,
and the Government has no funds
other than those supplied by the
people themselves except foi
grants supplied from the United
Kingdom” through the Colonial
Development and Welfare funds.

I will now refer very briefly to
some of the complaints made in
the Headmaster’s speech. In
regard to the architecture of the
buildings I would draw atten-
tion to the official reply that was
given to a question asked in the
House of Assembly on the 12th

it

ise



never
being
wards.
ials
enough.



the

try’s

September, 1950, by a member
who is also a member of
the Governing Body of this
School. It read:— “Although the
design may be somewhat of an

in so far as Barbados
it follows the
general lines of school buildings
now approved and built by
Education authorities in England
with minor modifications to suit a
tropical climate.” ‘With regard to
the hall, this one, which
dentally is probably the best
acoustically in the island, was
primarily designed to accommo-
date pupils. As to the distance
of the Headmaster’s office from
the Hall, I should have thought
that the Headmaster would wel-
come being removed from the
hurly-burly of affairs, and, when
I think of my Senior Tutor at
Oxford struggling gamely through
a snow storm to get to the bath-

innovation

is concerned,

Lac.



house and my sturdy little Head- |

master
vedly

at School plunging dog-
across the Close in thg
teeth of a howling sou’wester, I
cannot think that the Headmas-
ter is really so hardly
I understand that it
architect's intention to
casuarina hedge planted
the causeway; this might
out the more bluster)
As to playing fields,
time to bring playing
condition and again

was the
have a
along
keep
eleménts.
it
fields
I

into



hers, cambrics, voiles,

} cersuc
1} ray unchanoed through

\ a) ha 4 through

/ are the lovely crisp Ferguson

autifully i othe

and your if




2.
Trouson on the seivedge.

done by./

takes |

cannot |
help reflect on the way in which, ,





when I was at Sthool, we boys
levelled the field with our own
hands And made the approach
road to it. And were none the
worse off for helping ourselves,
' am told that chairs of similar
design are in use at other
schools, and that no other high
breakage Tate has been reported.
Surely there are ways of dis-
couraging young Samsons from
removing a leg with their bare
hands? In so far as’ the estim-
ites are concerned, I do not seem
to recollect that Estimates Com-

mittee was perverse in regard to

the sum that was requested for
entry in this year’s Estimates.
It might be mentioned § in

passing that the sum in question,
$23,000, is over $8,000 more than

the combination of the annual
sums spent on the separate Parry
and Coleridge Schools in the
previous year.

The supplementary request fou

expenditure for the current year
did not reach the Secretariat
until the beginning of Septem-
ber, by which time the Govern-
ment was in the throes of
preparing its Five Year Plan, of
which, let it not be overlooked,
the present year 1952—53 is the
first. It was, therefore, quite

fair and proper that the request
of this School should be referred
to the Director and the Board of
Education for their advice, bear-
ing in mind the claims of the
other Secondary Schools against
the sum whieh the Government
can afford to set asidg for Secon-
dary Education. There the matter
rests at the moment. Let it not
be thought for one moment that
I am unsympathetic towards the
needs of the School. I am not,
ind I hope that it will be found

possible to meet the School's
reasonable requests. But I do
think that the Headmaster has

laid too much emphasis on his
woes and not nearly enough on
the blessings enjoyed in a School,
which, after all, has cost nearly
©,70,000 and, whatever its short-
coming® has many advantages
over several of the other Secon-
dary Schools in the Island.

The reference to the buses
gives me an opportunity to twit
the Headmaster. To me — and
do not take my Oxford ‘badinage
too seriously —.it indicates the

undoubted superiority of the
History School over the Mathe-
matical School at Oxford. For

choose carefully .

‘ YARDLEY











They left Queen's College with

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|

studied History
Oxford it was impressed on me
right from the word go that it
y necessary to be accurate,
hot “so-so” accurate, but ‘‘dead”
accurate. Now, in the Mathemati-
¢al School were these standards
demanded? The proof of the
pudding is in the eating. I have
jooked into the complaints about
the buses and find that the Head-

when I

master’s letter to the Direetor of!

Highways and
i9th September
engers

Transport on the

referred to 70
the Headmaster
tan no doubt aceount for the
Subtraction of three this afters
Hoon The check of two inspec+
tor showed that out of 23
school buses only one was over-
londed, and that had 56 school
chiidren and 5. teachers. Now
by the formula incorporated in
he Regulations, three School
children under the age of 16
years shall be deemed to be the
equivalent of two adults. After
all, in my school days, I have
heard more absurd mathematicu!
assumptions than this. One deesn |
expect all one’s school boy
be Billy Bunters. So my ansv*
the Headmaster’s little prob
lem is 56 Ty 6345 hypothe
tical children. So the proof tha:
if the teachers had been removed
from the bus it would not have
beén overloaded is false, as
children would have remained «*
against the authorised number of



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oo

54. 1 .am not sure if Q.E.D
applicable to arithmetical pro!
Jems. Seriously though, the facis

School buses
requirement of
The Trans-

however,

as follows.
not a

concession

Board may,
discretion issue special
to concessionaires to use
for conveying, 1 quote,
“School Children and such muti
ber of masters or mistresses per
omnibus be specified ih
the permit from School.’
In this case, so am informed,
the permit did not cover teach-
prs, but I see no reason why a
request for the permit to cover
teachers should not be made if
that is what is wanted The
Director of Highways and Trans-
port informs me that it is up to
those requiring school buses to
make known their requirements
to the Concessionaire, who should

are
are
a bus
port

in their
permits
buses

as may
to and

I




then apply for the special per-
mils, stating his requirements,
which will be met in accordance

with what is permissible.

at!

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‘CHURCH
SERVICES

ANGLICAN

ST. LEONARDS 8 am. Choral
Eucharist. 9 a.m. Choral Eucharist
li a.m. Matins. 3 p.m. Sunday Schoo!
7 p.m. Bvensong and Sermon

Christmas Eve and Day
Midnight: Choral FPucharist,

:
|
|

5 ‘
8 an



Holy Communion (with Hrmns)

Holy Communion (said), 9 a.m. Chor
Bucharist. 11 a.m. Matns and Addre

ST. STEPHEN'’S—Christmas Dev >
‘might Mass preceded hy Solprmn Mat
at 11.40 p.m. Low Maas 7.45 and ct
9 a.m

St. Stephen's Day. Feast of Titi
Procession and Solemn Mé 1 93
Preacher: Fr. Denington

Sunday after Christmas. ‘Hol
hocents!. Matins and Low Mass
Solemn Mass 9. Solemn Evensong
Sermon, Preacher the Lord Bishop,
‘p,r

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|

METHODIST EBENEZER CIRCUIT

FBENEZER-—9 a.m. kevd. S. W. €
| Crosse, 7° p.m Givls’ League Caro!
Service. Speaker: Mr. C. Bennet
BEULAH—1l! a.m. Mr G. A, Brath-
wate, 7 p.m. Mr. R. Garnes
SHREWSBURY-—-11 a.m. Mr. BE. Ce)
tender, 7 p.m. Revd. S. W. C. Cross
PICES—11 a.m. Revd. S. W. C. Cros»
ij? p.m, Mr. G. Forde
| Sunday Schools at 3 p.m

| (Christmas Day)
| EBENPZER—5 a.m. Revd. 8 W, Cros
| Sacrament of Lord's Supper

BEULAH.5 a.m. Mr. E
Mr

Pilarim
E. Brath








Man About Jown

A PRE-NEW YEAR SHOWING







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Heel Courts in white Nubuck, Ladi Manicu Set si ¥
hlack Suede—Sling-Backs, ( Y ‘ choice of turtle Mull EN), APS
Backs with Strap, Open handled implements—aroun ers
S noal Style Ma ourt Sho» ther Mar W
Navy Calf, Red Calf, Black Suede, | sather Woeiting Case with x Allegro
Red Suede—trimmings of Bio book or attractivel vr
Patent and Red Kid—Spiked Gift Box of Stationery
Heels and Platform Soles——pr book from Books Galore—frorr
range from $13 this last minute selection

Ldvecate Stationery, Broa 3
d The Village.
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Wine and Spirit Merchants |
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SOMEWHERE NEW AND
DIFFERENT ON CHRISTMAS
EVE—A Resteurant to serve
delicious Xmas Dinner of Turk
and Ham—and_ especiall thi

the delectable Barbadian Peppe
| Pot in surroundings not necessarily
goisy, definitely festive and fa)





| SHREWSBURY—5 a.m
| waite, 7 p.m. Christmas Cantata |The Arlington Restaurant o
| RICES—5 a.m. Mr J. C. Mottles.| Marhill St, (ph. 4870) are taki
ie Se jreservations for the Night bef
| M@RAVIAN Christmas. You can take you
ORs UGe aw a.m Mosplng choice of a table in any one o°
Service, reacher: ev. ew, i : ne N ye
i p.m. Evening Service, Preacher: Rey.|four rooms—but phone NOW
€. E. New |
GRACE HFLL—11 am, Morning Service, |
Preacher: Mr. I. Oxley; 7 p.m. Even: | A MAGNIFICENT GIFT
Service, Preacher Mr W. Harvde ‘ e 7?
FULNECK-—-11 a.m. Morning Service |KERSHAW BINOCULARS at the
Preacher; Mr. D. Culpepper: 1 p.m. |Imperial Optical Company, Lowe:
@ven'ng Service Preacher: Mr. G i Broad St. (ph. 4075). For the
Francis oe | eee , ‘
‘MONTGOMERY 1 m. Evening |Sportsman Spectator (Plantation
Service, Preachet: Mr A. Deane |Qwner, too) these Kershaw Bin



DUNSCOMBE—7 p.m. Evening Service, | ooulars with Coated Lenses tht

Preacher: Mr. A. A. Alleyne
SHOF HILL--7? p.m. Evening Service,
Preacher: Mr

WwW. S. Arthur

ADVENTISTS
SEVENTH-DAY
Meeting, Stee! Shed,
Pastor M, G, Nembhard
for the World's Orisis

7 p.m
Subject

Speaker:
Christ

CHRETIAN SOFENCE

Sclentist,
Street

First Obwreh of Christ,
Bridgetown. Upper Bay
Sundays 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which
includes Testimonies of Christian Se-ence

Healing 5:
SUNDAY, DBECEMBBR 21, 1952
Subject of Lesson-Sermon: Is the
Univérse, including man, EVOLVED BY
ATOMIC FORCE?
Goldtn Text; Proverbs 3:19. The
wsdom hath founded the earth,
he established

Lord
by
the

b
understanding hath
heaven

The following COltatfons are
in the Lewon-Sermon,

The Bibie: Know ye that the Lord
He is God; it is Hee@that hath made us,
snd not we ourselves

Setence and Realth with
scriptures,

by Mary Baker Eddy

The universe filed with sp-ritual
ideas, which He evolves, and they are
cbhedient to the Mind that makes them

Page 205

included

Key to the

i

Enough of this fencing. Christ-
mas is in the air and let us count
our blessings rather than our
woes, All in all, let us admit that
Speightstown is fortunate in hav-
ing this fine school, and, adopting
ine mantle of a prophet for a
moment, I look forward to the day
bn the not too distant future
when Speightstown will wear %
‘new look”, what with its School,
its Health Centre, its new Fish
Market, and, who knows? a Band-
stand and Esplanade on the sea-
front,

I should conclude by

like to

yepeating what I have said once
or twice on other occasions re«
cently. Coronation Year is on the
threshold, end I appeal to
all parents of boys at this
School to keep their house4
and spots clean and bright, te

plant flowers and shrubs in theit
gardens, and, by setting an ex om-
ple of personal good manners and
unfailing good will, to make these
horthern parishes of St, Peter anc
St. Lucy a credit to the Island
during Coronation Year,



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NOTICE

WE BEG TO ADVISE
GENERAL PUBLIC THAT

AND 31ST DECEMBER.

OFFI

OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE
OUR SPARES DEPARTMENT
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OUR

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| PUBLIC SALES by LOST & FOUND |
imme > appetite a a , Maior © F. C. Walcott, E.D., ; =
— Commanding,
° | HELP The Barbados Regiment ic ae LOST a a at ee
q <—rrimernamamveenmmsnnpeninngeielinestasirntmrainaiertstnated tien 6. 47 19 Dec. 52
iota PHONE 2508 ELECTRICIAN Experienced Diesel | REAL ESTATE = ; Fe el dina i — |
gn Electrician required by Pioneer Indus- RDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERSEANT I aides apeiapenigeanneenieale
ry Only capable men need apply | ’ aa Officer 2Lt. L. G. Quintyne : 2 } SPECTACLES—One pair heavy frmgne 4
Details of age, experience etc. To Box | _HOUSE--Situated on the beach at Orderl¢ Serjeant L/Sit. Graham, C.C. Week ending 29 Dec. 5 Turtle Shell Spectacles, Between White- | *
ne No. L.P.B. Advocate Co, Teena aa pn to K. R. Hunte, Citak. Clune M. L. Gonliffe park and Roebuck St., Finder wlenet re- |
CRY r : A " 12.42.82—t.f.n, Orderly Serjeant L/S Gittens, J.T Week ending 5 Jan turn to L. 8. King, C/o DaCosta, & S| hm
f nme COOK required 7 Orderly Officer Lieut. E.R, Goddard mt ee |
mpathy with ce essential Apply Enfield, AUCTION Orderly Serjeant 278 Sit. Williams, $.D Week ending 12 Jan. 53 } I
n the passing Road, St, Michael, - H. R. DANIEL, Captain ‘ | a ce
h tt A Blackman of . 17, 12. 52—In By kind permission of Messrs. Me Adjutant |\@ | e
i Christ’ Church — —-— — “y | Enearney & Co., 1 will sell at their The Barbados Regiment } The Members of the }
p : ‘ ren), Kleen MISCELLANEQUS Garage on TUESDAY 2rd at 2 C— NOTICE } EMPIRE CLUB | A.F.S., F.V-A.
; 2 es achat ae ee a —----——-— | Ford Prefect Sedan Car, Austin 7 Sedan , ; ant
a COTTAGE—Three or four bedrooms, Car. both in working order — just im The Commanding Officer wishes sil ranks of the Barbados Regiment a very | Request a eee your
PLENMAN , pate ngton St. Area. Ring Salvation Army |time for the holiday season. TERMS} faypy Christmas and a prosperous 1953 } mpany Extensive Listings of Good
” is 2).12.52—1n | CASH on fall of hammer. R. Archer PART fl ORDERS _ SERIAL NO. 4 Property and Land
: = +f McKenzie. 20.12 53—n THE BARBADOS REGIMENT
‘ as rs who attended | 4 | Sia ror Fetes ate agers owe roca thle iimetge - —_—— Always Available
i t wreaths and cards to the | - - { p, ched ehe bed Bi j th 1. STRENGTH E E *
sean Y of our late beloved m eee CA Aust A-7 In good conditior hoor clots Theresia, Geutienas stan. fe voen NOTICE cLuB 732 Pte Gibbons, Rr. WwW "" Coy Attested and 708 of the Pampas 508 THE oon HALL
as tha Blenman, late of Br & ver easonable. Phone 2023 }§: Wichael or St. Lawrence. Write Box The Club Ho wih t i 733 Pte Robinson, T. W. J. “B" Coy posted to “B’ Coy wef 18 and Cc | =
1 ho deceased this life on “Shang ji ros. Roebuck Street K. C/o Advocate Advts. Dept = uge be closed of 52 respectively,
ber 10, 1952 20. i2.52—t.6n. | Vvocate Advtg a? | Christmas day. Members who wish tol, ppomorIon | FOR SALE
Bea Greene, Nurse C. C. Best, ie a: | play on that day should make thel® 2oOMOringer, MC Bn HQ Promoted to the rank of Lance Serjeant | SATURDAY NIGHT 27TH
. B daughters Vernon \ 1) Austin (8) Price $750.00 a leat ete a tee tn their clubs praee wef 19 Dec. 52. \ DECEMBER, 1952
« r disor Ada Sealy (sister, | Engine 10,000 ir ne ‘ ie W le iy er. re > ———
i a © 4 12. 52—In Batter d new Paint Job. Deal | Pp nLIC ‘NOTICES SECRETARY. , teat G. Peterkin “A” Coy Granted 4 weeks’ P/Leave with per- ahi ee A on oar
i244 20. 12.52—2n | 21.12.52—2n, mission to leave the colony wef 18 Dec 5 RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,
he undersigned grate- ~ seenemeres tite - 52 Tickets not transferable WORTHING—Modern coral stone
with deepest appre- AF Morri f 1959 mc ae
nek eae aa eae al ies nan Seaeiae Siies "C model. Condi | NOTICE rAtmel eee ocesee R.S.M. Marshall, HBG Bn. HQ Granted 6 weeks’ Vacation Leave wef oa Seauteaex PSiauent* pew,
a 1 © thank all who | Phone 2425 20.12,52—2n We wish to advise our customers of the 45 Dec, 52. | with flower beds, lawn, concrete
tt 1 ‘ The Paroehial Treasurers Office will ie + pH
ended the sent anne aths oF . . Pats rns change of our telephone num- ) open on Tuesday 23rd and ‘Wednesday L/Cp)- Luke, SM. Bn. HQ Granted 3 weeks’ Vacation leave wef patio, and »number of bearing
rv dered assistance CARS Ford me H », On 5 9 Dec. . | trees. commodation com-
recent ment . through es ; Cheap. E Hill, My Lords | International Trading Corp. Ltd, — “th inst. from 8 @ #8." 2, 19.30 a.m, . = HAPPY XMAS prise inthe’ tevinng Soten, covered
passing Evelyn Montrose i Pr 7 — ‘ ees ; Parochial las ih oR. DANIEL, Cx ats gallery. 3 bedrooms with built-
cr ler 20.12.92—2n John loach §Ltd., holesale Depart- F ° PICNIC & DANCE
Bertie Vernor Keith Graham, Ida oun Pevcere te ' ment — 509, } ah a yw 2n The Barbados Regiment. p en ree Garage i ee een
Ward, Merle Watson (chile CAR—One 1947 V-8 Forde damaged t 20.12.62—-2p | lod ’ quarters and all usu:
21. 12.52—1n nt on at RK lone W eiche Pk | Ser —-! NOTICE 5 ON i a offices. All public utibty services.
. . Chapel Street, Speightstown, St. | ; One of the most attractive homes
GRIFFITH—REID—We, the undersigned, | cter Ofte 1 writiy | NOTICE INDIAN CRICKET TOUR ; | The Barbados Police request the pleasure of your now available in the medium
* through this medium to expre Co., Ltd, be | Members of the B.C.A. are reminded \ company at “NEWSTEAD” price range.
incere thanks and appreciatio Applications for one. vacant Frizer's tt. bookings for season tickets. will ° Mile & Quarter, St. Peter,
th e ‘ends snd. relatives who } Annuity will be received by the Clerk a at Pr. Barret office on aueey , Christmas Bonkmiiiaar. Friday CASABLANCA, Maxwells Coast
ded the funeral of our father AR St Var f the Vest to 1 re" , January embers are ent.t to 26th December, 1952. —An outstanding property em-
' jate Re Frederick Reid, and ( Cendition @ Tyre An Saturday, Sra. sanity a (7000) Durehasé two additional seats along with | bodying the Mocksten nas
of ou nt, the late Charlotte r Appicants. must be widows of the: telrs. ADMISSION @ manship. We
Algo to those who ren Phone 49 ii parish of St. Michael, who are ini oe plans wot be open to the general: Music by a Popular Orchestra. romans with two ecept ion room,
personal service, sent -wreaths - ——| straitened ctrcumatance . poblig “on Friday January 9 Dally ’ . 7 |, veran tchen,
s of dotence and in any was 1yLLMA WAGON —Only |” Forms of application yk i obtained Tickets will! be sold from January 16. | Don’t start making adjustments while From 11.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Leeward pantry, garage, storerooms etc,
mpathised with us in our gecent| ¢ on iven. Appearance | from the Vestry Clerk's Office BARBADOS Cpeeat ASSOCIATION li d it i f Buses will pens Dep The land = approx. 2 a with ¢
r « working order E. C. REDMAN, Cc. trave ing stop an do it in sa ety Please exten: Is wer an vegetable
I He Ruth, Glad Reid, Mrs. BRADS COMPANY Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry WwW. F. HOYOS ° productive orchard and woe
' iaughters) 6.12.52—t.f.n,. 18.12. 52—Sn Hon. Secty. grove. One acre walled garden
ir abet ee anuiiiee a 21.12.52--4n may be sold separately as a build-
vere ELECTRICAi, NOTICE ing site.
thi ' um say j SCR SOG GOO DODOO VOT
and sym . — Tenders are invited for the taal x WILLESDEN, MARINE
t eaths, letter MIARD=3-Speed Automatic Record | + ght to run bars, serve lunches, teas; | x TORS LIMITED GARDENS—A substantial eae
; r ig other way ‘ ‘ limited | yefreshments etc. at Kensington Oval RIFFITH S$ property on an attractive
: ¢ & Co, Ltd
ed t in our recer + & <0, during the Indian Tour which is sched- vaiuable corner site of near
€ ‘ cecasioned by the death 3.12.52-—t.f.n.]uled to begin on January 31 and end | acre with tennis lawn, flower
t c Arthu Vv r t = | Februany 13. OFFERS and flowering shrubs. The mothe
1 ‘ Phil t vi i : 2th ev 8 nd 6 tube | | Renders ae ain nye. fon the trai. ' ROYAL NETHERLANDS 5 z prprancies by a ress ae
livia W er and damil SR en eee Se o portation © 1e ©6Visitors o Th ) “ . UNGALO’ rom the entrance gate, a is
ai tae dea Des Ghort-Wave Bands, P. C. S, Maffei | Hastings to the Oval and back on erickét STEAMSHIP 9. IW accept a Pi BO “at XMAS CARDS y Sitvate - ST asia: Road touch indicative ‘of the general
aaa ars wen tebatis 1G. 19, 8d8.2.0.1 OU tie oi ae hia hae Sisteteer hil ILING FROM EURO: Domin‘ca, Antigua, Montserrat, zg commanding a magnificent view of high | standard . of cuneerone
Y ecaerianbiian Se ino nitrate — —< |isjer thon. k pion. Jenterr ae [M.S HERA loth December, 1082 Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing % the Golf Course unobstructed to ey ph kd
tha who attended : rs 3 2 =
: raths or in any other | Hell Electric. Refrigerator im | 4,Th@, Association does not bind. iteelt iS. NORIGR i Janam, ies Pee aes B \]] the see. OF eh eal one gallery’ well proportioned dining
sancd _aytopattey Wen pem | good ‘working -orde Dial 3625 " | $0 eGent the, lowest ot. say sacar M.S. HELSNA 16th January, i, The M/V. “MONEKA” will XMAS TREE LIGHTS x \1] boards, drawing and dining rooms, room with foiding doors leading
1@. oct of the paseng. ¢ 17.12 52~2n | BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION iM S. BONAIRE 23rd Jar’ 4 . accept Cargo and Passengers for S| modern kitchen, toilet and bath. to verandahs on both sides of the
¢ Iris Millicent Winter, late of INC., SAILING TO EU OB aa Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, % | Downstairs: Servants’ room witb house, draw.ng and breakfast
oO E ange ee ee eta, | REFRIGERATOR—One G.E.. Frigidaire W. F HOF OS. (M.s ORANJESTAD 30th December, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing % ||] tout and bath, garage for two rooms, 3 double bedrooms \all with
George Gwendolya.. :< Witter, 1) ery: good candition. Phone séle ay “Wy. |LAILING TO TRENIDAD, PARAMARIBO Tuesday 23rd_inst. e & cars, and enough room for laundry dressing rooms, a tued bath and
aris ES eae 21.12.52—1n 21.12.68—Tn AND BRITISH GUIANA B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ SI] Sta” “the property stands on separate toilet. Usual servants’
2 2.62—In Site Dein Net NOMOR 2G DAInUeniibe a re ~ DAIRY RERPERS & Were | at. S. STENTOR 26th December, 1952 ASSOCIATION (INC.,), > | approximately 19,000 square feet quarters and garage. The site is
SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEW- | NOTICE TO DAUKY ORES 1S. CORTICA 1a January, ie. | Consignee. D:al No. 4047. XMAS TREE Decorations, % i ae cool nd, Saree Situated im
" . CHINE hardly been used and| , dy Ss anuary, | BUNGALOW
iN MEMORIAM ‘ perfect. condition, with |, #t is herew:th published ie aera M.S. BONAIRE ®h February, 1953. B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS’ TOYS, TOYS, TOYS $ | aitiate at Cirnemb ‘Sfell Tetrace close to the man hotels and
' A bargain ‘at $223] Information that under the Dairy Regula-| garmInG TO TRINIDAD &@ CURACAO SSOCIATION INC.) S, . 8. tuate a a: : clubs.
33 cae below the present. price, | Uons of 1948, it is requited that certifi (Curacao only) Af las anes vers attractively designe: pare
In lowing. memony | of | fe ne ® jcates issued during 1952 be surrendered 'M.S. HERA'Sth January, 1953, Conetgnes, Dial, wx? CHEESE, per lb. (Lots of it) prising three Nectorens a ey 4 ABERGELDIE, Maxwell Road—
vho died on 20.12 gn | to the Commissioners of Health during | M.S. HELENA 2nd February, 1953. 6.12.52 - . and baths attached, ning Very soundly constructed stone
1949 ; cnomnenneen | pe, ORE OE Tanuasy | IHS. Bee 4 ‘8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., PLANTERS PEANUTS P living 1 rooms, kitehen, we bungalow erected in 1937 when
» ave ps ECTRIC R/ 7 registering of the dairies for that yea * ts. he West and a nice buuuing material and workman-
be iaf i gh ; een ene eee i ciultanectaty con-| ust be done on or before the fifth day Avot Gift Boxes CHOCOLATES. . East. The seria, ae ship were of a higher standard
1 we loved was‘called away | trotted and operated forvear werse, | & January, or approximately % a than is usually obtained to-day.
We: hope kos trade or “ot some day si phony ate fen Sore 00 meuael Persons granted permits to dispose | SILVER DRAGEES f $ COVE SPRING COTTAGE This property has a drawing
Yat nnirdice etter aa cluding, fifteen points, ‘seven remote | $0 nave obtained lcencet are ot aliona teamshi S. Cane } lovely cottage standing on 2 room, dining room, kitchen, small
Brathwaite (wife) Adelyne iar ed ; oe ers, twelve buf- who have obtained licenses are also re- an FRUIT in tins A 7 rehes of land situate bieakfast room and 3 good bed-
1 (sister) c and Mitchell ) » cas g endless jnyout ioe to renew their permits ona | . ‘ pee ‘Tones Coast having its rooms, a wide gallery runs ae
waite (bro ’ 21.12.52-—-1n . ocomc ‘ icenses. en te Ald Salts Ra meets s * s.des and complete privacy
Men 3 brothe: artis! : my Eiaehe See Pease oe Forms of application for registration | ” SOUTHBOUND Rail Sails Arrives Sails Arrives FRUIT SALAD, PEARS, ete $ own private, bathing pear ot obtained. ‘aera’ ts a two ear
REW--In loving memory o' lita Reid | houtthen passenger | #0 be obtained from the Sanitation De, Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados Demerara RAISINS, PRUNES, ere oe reae bath to’ main garage and the site is 15,000 sq. ft
who passed away on December 2ist aS ee say. | partment of St. Michael, ney os 16 Dec, 25 Dec 2 Dec. 30 Dec, : private nls with good land, bearing fruit
passed y on one goods wagons, ter CDN. CONSTRUCTOR drawing and dining
i951 stations, transformer, oy tier CDN. CHALLENGER - een... Sten. | Seen: san CHERRIES, PEEL Peoms, uropean bath with hot trees, A good solid home obtain-
Wav in » over us : an : ; 13 Jan, 22 Jan. . . p ni able for a reasonabl re,
Waves PE abn ene otk arte srr \ tehin y trestle soled eee Coramteniogete oh E Figeitn, CDN. CONSTRUCTOR - 27 Jan 5 Feb. i Feb. By Feb. BRIDAL ICING SUGAR. sncarete, tollat UP aern kiteben, via be Re ac
ae a tei La ate. | POS | Seaeee tao ' mane. os 10 Feb. 19 Feb ‘ ‘eb. . i MIRAMAR COTTAGE, ST.
ohms or one vesa oe end’ dembnecentea. By 712.0240] SPN CRUISER = 44 Feb. 5 Mar, 6 Mar. 10 Mar. 3 Varieties__White, Rasp- and a gallery on two sides | JAMES COAST — A charming
EV membered by Charles Steede | 0, rt, Phone "Ee eee eet aD tee cdr a The i CDN. CONSTRUCTOR ~ 10 Mar. 19 Mar. Mar. VER beach house in a perfect setting.
E ’ ered Ah ge }, ‘Darreil | *PPontmer t, Phone 21.12,52—1n FOR SALE CDN, CHALLENGER done 24 Mar 2 Apr 2°Apr. 7 Apr. berry, G@hocofate. $ 5 at tae very beautiful “ne aun eocn aoe the ae
Stee Abbott Lewis (brother), Hstéile ee 2rd Se aie ee ve: d- sea-bathing the Island can offer,
Reid (mother) Archer. at NORTHBOUND Sails. Artives | Salle Arrives sanise BACON in pkgs. (Canadian) ¥ Six Men's, Bay, Otay a acre pr.vate grounds heavily planted
mae uee FURNITURE | i N CRUISER _. dbo 2% Dec: "S$ Jan. 7 Jan. ANCHOR BUTTER. x ana having an extensive ore vanuitings Wchnrsinn sounge/dmnine
ee Mk ae a tena Bed Mant oreaeinee: aah tb . CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6Jan. JJan. 18 Jan. 17 Jan. x with specially selected fruit trees. room, good verandah facing sea,
r FURNITURE—One Pa.nted Begiroom | One. Snaps fe., ta. pt. Tumblers Aee%i CDN. CHALLENGER. iJon. 20 Jan, M1 Jan. 29 Jan, 31 Jan, RICE! RICE! RICE % The house comprises three bed- 3 bedrooms with basins, 2 bath-
OR RENT fea Pa eeaeitad i Mattress Set of | Decorated Tumblers 30c. Coasters 7c, SOLER a1 Jan 3Feb. 4 Feb, 12 Feb. 14 Feb, % rooms, dining room, living room, SOoene ancthae hs cine Neaaetae
howany Chairs, Set of Rush Chairs, | Ash Trays | 10e., any pe. ei oa CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb, Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. We have some R modern toilets and baths wah ee quarters and garage, Rare oppor-
in einen Extension Tables, other items, Ring 8614 | a at Ra eg CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb. 8 Mar. 4 Mar. ase 3 ee : and one water. aimee including ; tunity to acquire a reasonably
21.12.52-—-1n raed 14 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. ar. . Extensive ou priced property in such a good
—_ _ | Tumblers 30c, each. G. W. HUTCHIN- CDN. CRUISER 1 Mar. 4Aprt, 12 Apr. 18 Apr. e x large garage, two servants rooms, \
sles * peti 4 . . ' : ‘ » coast.
HOUSES ; SON & CO.,LTD, Dial 7 SBR. CONSTRUCTOR * ae iu a 48 Abr! 25 Apr. 1 May + ee workshop: This Droperty posiv.on an this tashionable coi
| ,12-03-" _—— —_—-—— has been extensively reno) BRIGHTWOOD, St. Lawrence—
“sa STOCK ; ITW —, moore
BUNGALOWS —iwo modem Bunga: ate | HANDICRAFT DBPT.—Raffa in most | Gor further partiediats, apply vo— GRIFF 8 whe preeenOMEMEDE | Property whieh mellow nigel
lows, BERESPORD and EUNICE, Newly} W.~— —— one eee — desirable shades at a very special price, LTD —A ents . Witt tS SU roundangs.
built at Maxwell's Koad, near sea, All} CoOw--One fine cow, fresh in milk,! Only 18 cents per bunch, The Modern GARDINER AUSTIN & co., le g . Situate in the Garrison, St. Wit — ats sy POUNCE, oan
modern conveniences including linens | Apply Mr, Joseph Smith, | Montroge, | Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. Rockley — _ Dial 4514. Michael, comprising four - I. : vot a 8 a
silvers, Ist of Jan, Consult Nurse] Christ Church 21,12. 52—In | 21.12. 6a—$n rooms, combination living and thing facilities, ree -
bolisha Gap, 20.11 as ninicihapdgeamndegle Lndnpent meer emeneererers dining rooms, separate toilet and ent eae room, ee ust ead
CHOW-CHOW Pupp red and black. MAIPTRESS FOR BABY CRIB—4 x 2 '$999999545 bath, kitchen with built-in cup- Shane een eeemtear CO eat
PARAWAY— coun bguse, St whip coast. Lighting | trowe, Navy Gardens, Phone 6073, Mattresses made to order, Prompt For Toys. Smal mas ree siesnceba ie bar ® of the building, The ou arage and servants’ fooms. Ideal
pisnt, Watermul supp-y, Carport, 2 20 522n | service, “Vermont", Westbury Road comprise two servants rooms with garage .
am rooms, Monthy rent gov plus | near Thomas Gap, Dial #982, and Xmas Decorations . sorter toilet and @ garage for two sees.ae home in. & good -resi-
4 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE, ‘Dial POUL TRY 2.1 th ‘ cars. ‘The above property stands Gentisk quarter,
; tin ‘~ peoeeeenee ‘ em approximately square
§ seinen - . MAGN&EFIERS—Many types available at — BUY °FROM — OE Orr rnin Rouse tae aan aoe, NEW BUNGALOW, LODGE
IDLEAWHILE Welches OWN LEGHORNS imported". Lay- Imperial Optical Co.; Lower Broad St no electric rationing. Inspection LAND, Si. MiCnAEL—We are
Christ Church, Dial 3065, } 3 al ee IRL BGT 1o.52-an }OVer K. R. Hunte, 7.12, 52—5n : UM by appointment only, doieete hotna so ekainie wes
20,12,52-- 6n 2 52 . Aca 2 og a & NT
ore a ee THURSISDON
ota - — , OUR LAST REDUCTION FOR XMAS. E RAL EMP ORI leading firm of building con-
KINGSWAY Unfurnished, Maxwell OULTR Fitly 4-week-old Parks! Yinotia Baby Soap from 0c. to. 10c. : eee PERO Const Bont tractors, The accommodation
c Three Large Bedrooms Spac.ous Rr ae in ee), Gti. Boat froin 154, tite Corner Broad & Tudor Streets. with running wate: and one with ara i Liein pacaectien IEEE
t fr y re ns, yderr Kitchen, servan ’ ag anton, ac 6 So. C. ot . . nae,
taal paran yight of way to. the 21,12,.52—1n sie miner to ORee wenes gifts, Knight's Grecetng room ssached, Wee drawing room, separate dining
Ng 21.12,52—2 re . 4 cS . oom chene' with break-
ps ae iss soho io MECHANICAL | ei ysis Aa BE abit Oe, ere Sotien S00 setae tee fast room, and large pantry.
} + Se. ‘“ r ‘Ihe garage and servant's room
ch eh, fully AN Hint op. see- Welahey vl « na Ral 1 ni 2 ” Sport think dow souttitins ax Von Sean Periy, ROEBUCK STREET POLAR CARTMEN > facing the sea. Dutsuleney, 2 «re astacneds Mains water and
rcfrig. Dial Wo Furniture Remover. | PICYCLE—One Green Raleigh Beers | eae. te ie MORAVIAN CHURCH % aera net 8 nae FOr FG quota of electric hight. This
Ail rodern conveniences. .. 19,52--t.¢.n, | Hiectric front and rear lights, Brookes | KNIGHT'S DRUG ee - he Annual Programme of 3 roods, 18 perches of land. Ine eee eee oe uae
de Luke Saddie, carrier and parking aeeiee eee CHRISTMAS MUSIC W spection by appointment only. which there fine
eer an est. Little used ¢d ip excellent con- | a . ere are panoramuc
SEWLAVEN — fully furnished 4-bed- | [0h Apply: Mrs. Haynes. Phone 2244, SUBSCRABE now to the Datly Telegr will be presented by OCEAN SPRAY views of Bridgetown and the
in bt Crane coast Doub!e Garage 21.12 5t—In England's leading Daily Newspape THE AUGMENTED Apply Immediately Situate at Rockley Road adjoin- harbour, The site Js. very eool
s rooms, Lighting plant, Water \rriving in Barbados by Air onty a few SS « ij the £ Hockley Beach, and only 3% miles from town
Hi suey, Blonthiy rent $76 piM® #8) 0 Vcr ~~ One Gent's Sunbeam | dayw after publication in London. Contact CHOIR To % SALE bist ‘sea. Bathing inv the, Golan, centre. The property is available
cieanng vharge, LN ae san RMICYCLE, 3 Speed Gear, Oil Bath Gear } Jan Gale c/o Advocate fo., Ltd. Loce on MONDAY DEC. 22nd Divided into three flats and bring oe erty SE EROE Ye to 1% acres
4476 2.11,62—t-ton sand Lucier Light. Very little used. | Representative, Tel. 3213. > CTS a very high monthly rental. There Roguiteds and wie price. Aimee
: ise ioe ieee. ane te Vel seta ate 7.4.83—t.t.0 at 7.45 p.m. POLAR PRODU AT y , is very fair indeed. We can
“4 . CATTLE WASH—For last Dial 2463 Seer = : Special Soloists — Vocal L % Yih Pe dpe. Seen? ian recommend this listing yery
) weeks in December, Jan. Feb. Marehy | “G44 One Chapel Organ in work-|. STOVES & OVENS—Make her a gift and Instrumental TD. . “OVERDALE” GRAEME HALL delay ’ ‘ highly.
vy, Jay u if Dial sa02 ender. Phone meee for Xmas, 1, 2 and 3-burner stoves in % TERRACE. '
iva, W. @. Gooding, Stronghope, St. saben ducal 19.12.52-2n | table and floor models; also ovens at ALL HEARTILY e ON KENILWORTH LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—
12.52—3n Palmetto Street . Excellent factor, business site
Thomas. 16.12.5) reduced prices. Auto Tyre Co., Trafa:- WELCOME % TUESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER Situate at Welches, Christ oF nando ae or ith ontam
f ee ee sy MISCEL LAN VE OU car Birger. Dial 2096 21.12.52-—3n Programmes — Price 18cts. 20.12. 52—2n. 1952, at 11.30 a.m. 4 Snort Sena craee oar to main er ver 100 ft. ‘One oz
™ b " ‘a: ‘_ayT idols . ws —_—_————— scamrcanrminiieS We hav ‘ : Please tact us as soon as the few available locations in
ARADUNGE MENG Ss ANTIQUES ‘of every description.| SUN SHADES—AIN types available —— 559% from eg Meee peeraenons poaiae such a good position close ww
Glass, China, old Jewels sae red New and re-conditioned at i puer POF ner sell by Auction his collection of Towa centre.
— ————= | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-| tmperal tical Co.. Lower road St. hi M4 * PARAGON 4 a
A” MESSAGE FROM FATHER | graphs etc. at Gorringes Antique Shop | cube ee Qe aminte. 7.12.5--n | gs Household, Furniture and Sftects COAST LAND—St. James=
CERES Oe adjoining Royal Yacht Club ' x ww ON SHOW Viewing morning of Sale. ae nese peeve | Se Several building plots in select
my littie triends Monday 23nd 3.2,52—t.f.n STOVE-Caledonian Dover No. 7, New | sf NO K Dining Table with Brass Feet Tree bedrooms with. dressing bathing nF Pane vane
Li ift Shop . 7 — bo ncaa OONIITS — rel aaah . > :
ae aah “sid irom 5 to 6 pm. FN} AgR CONDITIONE Unite for Matec te ee . 21.12,52—2n icant oie rina aoe Gare rooms’ attached, two medium size
t oak for you 19 12. 52—~2n Scan and Homes pow available ction | , a : =a . BRINSMEAD Britain's Best Piano Since 1837 woot en Does " wables> Dinner Re ne aera emer onthe a re ve CHRIST
Lt §6§6ULK. Details available and inspection “SCALES s00tb Platform Scales, sturdy 4 eee mi * ‘ " F x : , th, —We a ome ‘ewi
KkiN DENTURES quickly and} of ‘models invited. Agents: Interna | and durable: The General Agency Co. Tropical Models Specially recommended for extreme climate | sapere edb omen large open verandah entire Losi) large lounge and dining room,
»rod,* teeth replaced, @) tional Corp, Ltd Te 5009 Bidos Ltd 16,12. 52—120 = | Table Triple Mirror & Stool of house with a lovely view o! onto wide covered ve-
tune saves nine, Square Deal 17. 12 30 % All leading Schools of Music use Brinsmead Pianos. Pepin i SrePamern ae, eoeceety Lane Seeee bad te ae. randah running the entire frorit-
rwebuc SO ne LT a so ‘a > 7 . * wnstairs: Entrance . \
eben oO “50. u oa an AMERICAN TOYS—A variety of Toys Cuban add twin’ gunae Beatrice Call 4563 and arrange for a free demonstration. s. ror and Stand. All the above in and dining rooms, breakfast room, ite sane ‘ane counieee
: ne casonably priced, Tricky Trolleys. | Stoves. Laurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street MAHOGANY pantry, kitchen, large study, and. a and sea. Two main and one
_ RAPELE i pr Rea sere ea Biovse. ra a , | Upholstered Suite comprising lovely open patio to the South, spare bedrooms, adequate kitch-
igh Bicycle raffled by Carlton ne, Spades, Guns,J- ~ 18.12,52—4n CECIL JEMMOT I R) Gorton pA Ee, UO co SE This’ property also” has lovely u en, detached garage and sery-
Annual Exhibition we , won An ie fe, c sahlnetniabontaioea ini rms , % | with Billiard & Snooker Bails, So ee er Te toon setae al rooms. Picturesque — well
oy et 9 ae ‘ er our display and | sTovE—One Electric Three Burn ; R.C.A. 7-tube Radio, Carpet, 30ft : i h Dest fared for grounds of about one
21.12.52] ect ‘ 4. W. HUTCHIN: | aAnerican Stove with Oven attached x 48 TUDOR STREET ‘ PHONE : 4563 q strip of Carpet, Rugs, Curtains, tion by appointment only. acre, trim lawns, abundance
ri N CO., 17 ee 12 82—3n 21. 12.52—In | & * Cushions, Table & Standard GAINSBOROUGH flowering shrubs and flowers,
ead Fp ach Beh ‘ — | “TEA SETS Gift Prices LSS EOOOPE SSO OPTS Lamps, Cedar Bookcase, Pictures ore Saath rock arden, and good mature
, . it iborn Club the | “hy ULAI \ t just ee SETA specil or aed Coffee Sets. | Tee ee srl eceee Road and Twesdside Roud, divided but only Sie miles. foom Tawa
f the olborn Club HINO ts ne om thy Tea, n h “ " a lo
itiok were won by the folk) oy va at Inipe 1 Opt aS ae eos These ey, are unbeatable and eo ee tan Fag eH into two flats each nae of SEA-FO!
‘ . K. R, Hunte 712-5289 | excellent gifts, Several designs fro " & Breakfast Services, 2 three bedrooms, Living and dining RT, ST. JAMES—Care-
YCLE—Mr. Denis Atk ’ = -- — hauled | Which to choose, G. W. HUTCHINSON Wolnewsed Ten Garvines, 3 Glass rooms, toilet, bath and kitchen. fully re-modelled 2 storey house
Barbades Mutual Life Assurance Sot DONKEY Gf Just been overhauled) ¢° Co LTD, Dial 4223 . Decanters in Stand. SINGER Out-buildings: two separate gar- on one of the most attractive
TICKET No, 302 al nd reupholste witt at arne iv 17.12.62—3n Treadle Sewing Machine, Rocking ages and two separate servants’ sites in this increasingly popular
pol Mr Dudley Warde Cie € beautiful condition S15 Tel 4 Pe Ne eas aie Chairs, Folding Chairs, Folding rooms. This property can be area. Beautiful coral and sand
‘ Mutual Life Assur e Socte 20.12 an TOYS—Anmerican Toys that are differ- Card Tables, Single Saman Beds bought for a very reasonable beach and. calm safe bathing.
TICKET No. 131 ooo 7 lent and lower in prices including & Springs, Spring-filled Mattresses, figure. Inspection by appointment Dining room, lounge, verandahs
; LLS-—Thr D ae | We ater Pistols, $1.20 ea., Shot Guns 72¢ Simmons Ext. Tro Cttaire with only *n both floors, 3 bedrooms, de-
priced ean be seen at the ¢ onmncpgiiten | Ducks 60c. ea., Flutes Sc. ea, Mattresses, Gents. Compactum 1" tached garage and servant's
Pharmaa’, Pritice William Henry Stree Cars 36c. ea, See them aon Cedar, Ptd. Dressing Tables with THE BOWER quarters, All mains services,
Rpeane Ee ee 21.12.59—1n, | GO. Wo HUTC HESON & 17,12.52—0n Mirrors, Screens, Presses, Cup- Situate at the Garfison, Christ BENSAM
Dial 4222. idee « board, Chairs and several Small Chureh, comprising of two bed- dens, Seinen bo
= “es a ee ime fe 3 Tables, 4 ft." Wall Mirror, also rooms, living and dining rooms, a Bey nua
EVENING DRESSFS—Just in time for] S) RATED SKIRTS—Just in time for r - ft.” n 7 5 ated’ modern stone bu
2 Sei a ; 4 ated various Mirrors. Electric iron, Hot- 1try, kitchen, toilet d bath. 2 ngdlow
oe tif eres ae non Curiae. OT eae eas | Draw for the Annual Raffle plate & Oven, Frigidaire, LaOeTs, a . large viandan to the East = barn 2 Seasons right of
‘ eay at irts . ey , Kitchen Tables, Mise. Kitchen and North of the building. Out- uilding is
ve Even'ng Bags $5.98 each. THE | Dresses at $18.00 each. The Modern ; ° Utensils, Misc. China. Gents & 7 conveniently planned with
A opal 08 Stree! . a. build 3 yants - *
i ie Shoppe, Br ad oueet } Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. 91.18 < Prizes Boys’ Bicycles, Servant’s. Bed, oun ings: Servants 1000 ee Jarge living room, having access
St e a Mattress, Ptd. Table & Chest of fruit trees and standing on approx- re aie Covered front verandah
oo Drawers. Greens Lawn Mower mately 7,500 sq. ft. This house ecakfast room, kitchen and J
SOOO PSPPPOIOR prrrenerneer a will take place at the PLAZA THEATRE, Bridgetown tas new) I Lawn Roller, Whee inet an ee
. * Barrow, Step Ladder, Gardening ND le is oO} size
7 * FOR SALE ' , (by kind Permission of the Munagement) Tools, Xmas. Tree, Potted. Palms. LA and has servants’ quarters ad-
{|} 3 Faaene reste s situate at St. J Coast, be- joint s
re . | t and many other interested items Ss t . James Coast, ing. Situated in a well de-
TOD AY § NEWS 1 ANH \ x ele aot On: | a ’ tween Colony Club and Coral veloped semi-private coastal resi-
t % aa eel tb 1 CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER. Reef Club. Spots can be had with dential area and possesses many
nee i S$ WHITE POTATOES— 8c. HOUSE | e or without a frontage to the sea, commendable features. Full main
" MA Ss 45° ‘ > it ali » s have a yay
BRITISH CARS 195 * Bars 110 Ibs.—$6.60 3 ae ‘ } 8 p.m. on Monday 22nd December | AU: 10 pa & alt pots have a right pe way services, A safe , investment,
Specifications and TT i oa v2 HASTINGS, rs ' | CTIONEERS coast LAND, St. James, Ap-
Wiatectaphs % SMALL DUTCH ONIONS $ Daily and Longterm § { | iw | _—_—__— Prox. 2 acres in one of the most
ee (1Se. tb) % quoted on request. 1952 ohana .- Biadon ae desirable and private parts of this
e Se. | at the
An Interesting Book tor % 2 | Permanent Guests of 24es. per ft. in order to
* fotorists x Bags 55 Ibs.—$6.60 2 | lcome & Ce obtain a quick sal ee
ris' s agSs 95 3S.—36.6) weilco! 7 ™ ry in wu sale.
sar} 1% ; x | Diuner and Cocktail ; Raffle Ticket Holders will be admitted Free on Presen +o REAL ESTATE AGENTS
R/> ae 1” X WHITE CABBAGE—36c. Ib % Parties arranged ‘ tation of their Tickets at the door, to witness the Draw, A.F.S., B.Y.A. ‘AUCTIONEERS e
at SE BP *. sae t follows. : ‘ i VALUERS
ys No. 11 SWAN STREET & J. Hj BUCKLAND and the Film the PLANTA 151/182 ROEBUCK STREET Plantations Building
JOHUNSON’S STATIONERY % 18.12.52—4n. » Proprietor BRIDGETOWN PHONE 4900 {//
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B. G. Get Party Polities [~

New Parties Will
Support Federation

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Did you know that the 20th c

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THE NEW British Guiana House of Assembly, to be | ber 31, 1900: the year 1901 is there-

elected by adult suffrage under the new constitution to be | fore the first year of the century
introduced early next year, will probably sweep awa ae ie se ee
the large conservative middle-class group ‘that mak« Ss ur waual to ane wees inching ann
the existing Legislative Council, predicts

. “The Times day. It began on Tuesday and will
Review of the British Colonies,” in its latest issuc fae Se Sancey. Somers. will
velopment of a real political

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detailed platform but this omi ee a ene Sa 180G 1808
party system in the Colony was

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7 as to be meaningless, and wher |phabets contained 26 letters and !eaved with blue paper it is as easy | PRESSU OOK 5
= Guiana has been sadly de= none of the contestants has had|the French 23, but did you nicie to read as print. The labour be- PL Shaan costae ERS SCtiacines cates + ei, een (neneitnetntie Ntsc
ient in this respect, it says. experience in political respon-|that the Italian had 20; Spanish “owed upon it was excessive. A 7: ¢ yi . .
In the last general election in sibility it is not surprising thai | 27; German 26; Slavonic 27; Rus- King of Germany offered for it @ ICE CREAM FREEZERS. PERKINS & CO. LTD.
the Lane he was between there is a tendency to promise the sian 41; Latin Greek 24; $60.00 —_ - Wee le
e ur rty, predominant-j| moon. ; Hebrew 22; Turkish 33; Chines: eee, eT . 9
ly Negro, and the Man-Power “In contra-distinction he 214? Dic ou know there are Seven GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES Roebuck Street ~ Dial 2072 & 4502
Citizens Association, predominant- views held by the present Coun- ? Bibles in the World?—the Koran eae |
ly Indian. Most of the candidates cil, which over-whelmingle re_|,,,D'4, YOU Know that Arithmetic of the Mohammedans, the Eddas | {2=- es | POD OO F-4-6-F- 9-09 O 9 9OO9:0-9000-06-4- PEDO DHA
returned were conservative inde- fused to perticipate in any ‘ y brought from Egypt into of the Scandinavians, the Tri Piti-,— ; —_—_—_ _—— ———__— $$$ _$____ —_— =
pendents and the Labour Party ther discuss ; eae Greece by Thales about 600 B.C. kes of the Buddhists, the Five | 2OOO®99690000699000069.096:06900-0666-066666.906.06 50 PSE SSOSSSS OS OOVOS SS OOOO OF OO OOOOTE
r P r discussion on West Ind ,
distepeared. No party blocs ae pedacatane : = . st Indian} The ior oe upon gees Kings of the Chinese, the Three | ; DE. ¥ s
i * : . stata “o> parties’ havejtic is by Euclid about 300 B.C. Vedas of the Hindus, the Zeuda-|® »¢ ’ ¥ ’ ’ ’ <
Mone in the Legislative Coun- Promised to support federation |N n by nine digits and zero vesta and the Scriptures of the |‘ IN ry | r x ‘ ¢ HRiIs TVAS SF Ke TALS! $
cil and the initiation of policy re- “The P.P.P. has ez , ail Beh a “ie 2 Seren > “ 4 —_—————— SCF
mained ith the thane of i i vas called for the] «nown as early as the 6th century Christians. The Koran is the most 4M@4 4 g
largel « of popular election of delegates with |in Hindostan introduced after- recent of these seven Bibles. It is x
oe full powers in the everal wards into Arabia about 900; into pampaubded of auctationn from e Just opened — NYLON SPRIRTS x
lay, the M.P.C.A. has been ies, an arrangement which would SPain 1050; into England 1253. the New and Old Testaments, the all colours y
replaced by the People’s Progress be unwelcome -; 5 Arithmetic of decimals. invented Talmund and the Gosvel of St. | : Ss
P. y . re =anywnhere e ise e ! A hole in the wall where Gifts it h and every se -
arty, led by Dr. Cheddi Jagan, They have also rejected the R . | 1482. The theory of decimal frac- Barnabas. There is nothing of ex- |? F <= © Gs SUN each ane every purse .
a young Indian dentist, who dis- Report on federati aeeety fected by Lord Napi il the red books not} § i Bl ~
. dis- Report on federatior i san Di ions Was perfected t ord Napier cellence in these sacred books no y
tributed large amounts of Com- ena insist that "@ Wea the t be| im 1617 found in the Bible, The Zeuda- e SUEDE SHOES in Navy Us, x
munist literature in the Colony made, while other hice : vesta of the Persians is the grand-
ae nade, r bodies are will . ae G B own >
until its import was banned by the in to take ca } the male brain is est of ali the sacred books next to rey, r 4 ta 2
Legislative Council. Successor to suedetipne’ : . : i is for dia. | Bbout 10 ent heavier than the: our Bible the Finest Leather Work and cy A t C4 S
the Labou i sinae ¥ wes rm oe ~|female. A man’s brain it is estim- ? ® a +) aS
Ff. Party is the National Peer: . ated, consists of 300,000,000 nerve Did you know that the various} pray .
Democratic Party, which comes It is difficult to predict , a : venEng Bags FE suTTs .
close to Mr. Grantley Adams’ definite pattern f A nia! — at ar : ee Pals . i ry in the fist a “boy es? “tngtish 1:| 1 READY MAD S 8
t eV - egratec an destrovec ver) the st ¢ opes Ngls tI Vv <
Homes tan } ped ie. av and the strength and dis-| minut Everyone therefore has a Dutch 1; Swiss 1; Portuguese 1; | FPANNIGANS OF BOND STREFT ‘ f .
aican P.N.P., cipline of the two major parties new brain once in 60 days. But African 2; Austrian 2; Spanish 5; . stag 5 ; rangin rom .
says the review. as yet untested, th ea ; | cepa i Age Ph pg 3 RE oe . = * a . FIFTY PNT g g x
: ? as ) : e review adds, ;excessive labour or lack of sleep German 6; Syrian 8; Greek 14; and TH AVENUE RB.
‘So far,” it continues, “neither but it is certain that the political | prese nts the repair of the tissues French 15; Italian 197. Eleven | x
at fue so reagy any docu- bias of the House will be ty the |and me, Deeks graduelly pearing Popes reigned over 20 years; 69 e } $35.00 up s
ich cou accounted a left of centre.—B.U.P ‘laway. After the age of 50 the from 10 te 20; 57 fr 5 to 10: and
. ibrain loses an ounce every ten the rain of 116 was less than 8] | x
Ree eee ae | vears years. ? Foo Exquisite Freach Perfumes ; sielalhaichi %
, P Know how the United States ’ } Penn Lr »
e It is true that the ancients slept Government got the name “Uncle by 3 / A
' ck 2 t 2 s after ar s . , . , . , : : x
W indwards [i ri Bad |Wwere of loose rushes, heather or Sam’) Well, here goes. During ae, Seer ee ee : PRICES TO SUIT EVERY 3
a FS ’ : 1¢ Revolutionary Jar a qian .VE *
| named Samuel Wilson was ! :
WwW ‘ ° traw. The Romans are aid to ; beef inspector Troy, N.Y.4 ” + CK z
s ai lanNS ¢ > Sé \ -
ne ete a eta ss] He was very popular with the men } PO ET
ay conom (Ca lly me Aeibcmnmasaies An ait $n his employ who always called | the Fimest Wines of °
5 mOlr-kx * him Unele Ss After inspection} 5
© oe He said self-government with- of the beef it was shipped hy hin Pramce amd Spsnia $
(From ee ee would and he noted recently the i" the British Senet eee oe to a contractor named Elbert. An- » > a *:
‘ » Dec, 19. rowing sense of ine du , a right and natural goal for the de and was always marked and tl "rice rali es =e Shy eh
Economically, the Winwards et Wiltsdhess t ; areas eae West Indies and federation on the * . US.” A joking workman | and the Best Prices for Australian Wines >
fare in a bad way, Sir Robert jnore more than one island. lines of the Rance Report will being asked what those letter e
eee in, eat pene de- Growing Pains ' be a very big step in that were the abbreviation of replied e
is farewell address to S direction while the London Con- that he did not know, unless they
the Legislature at the Budget Ses Here and there, perhaps, it wes ; re teen or * Elbert Ander ai2 HISKY “ ¢
: S= wv ference next year is likely to Were for Elbert Anderson and/@ WHISKY—Brands from $4.80 a bottle
ston. inevitable that it suffer from pre the pace ae events. (He “Uncle Sam”. The joke was kept |@ GIN id oy eats » .
The four tiny administrations frowing pains at first and that concluded by saying that his UP and spread, until it beeame |? wa —Brands from $3.00 a bottle $ WINE TIRTUE GENT RMENIC TPIT TERS
have groaned in their attempts to the Goversior with his overall re- aes, ey ae eiluwed the common to refer to all packages '@ and the Isiand’s Famous COCKSPUR RUM $ EXCLUSIVE GENTLEMEN’S OUTFITTERS
support the full panopl * sponsi »Uity be brought into occa 7 ? Ft marked “U.S."’ as belongin to | T Answ , ay x ' ie uel . i
ern. government and: froma Sional sharp conflict with mem- time spent in the Windwards Tht sam* Hing fo1% The Answer to Your Christmas Shopping Problem tes in the READY-MADES & MADE-TO-ORDERS
strictly administrative viewpoint bers of his own governments. where they had made many good 7 SUR EETEPrare : } LITTLE SHOP m,
also speaking as an outsider, it ‘ i. ene sepia in any consti- acre = Roc of Se ae SWISS EXPEDITION Johnson's Stationery Building, Broad Street : Lower Broad Street Phone: 4785
ser ne tsi nt Area _. tution that those brought to prayec roas blessing on a iy A A py " 5 ®
tion eee ae en power by. it should participate the years to come, RET /RN TO NEPAL | DPDOBOE 9 DO 999 DOD 9GGOD PODS 1-9406064 6OOO5.5:GO000.4 4 POOLED L ALLL LALLA DL ALDPP ‘
government at much less Sake willingly and wholeheartedly to Fepiies to his address were KATHMANDU, Nepal, Dee, 18,
Unfortunately, isolation By sea Work the goverment as laid down made by Hons, T. A. Marryshow tir Seveii-man Swiss expedition See
had de s a degree in_that constitution and J, B. Renwick. Administra- Which failed in its attempt to |
veloped to such a_ degree scale the 2 r
of insularity among our people , There had been isolated in- tor MacMillan and the Colonial Scale the 29,000 ft. Mount Everest
that oe loa ! stances of shortcomings which he Treasurer, G, H. Adams later /4st month returned to this moun- |
ey find it difficult to think :
in terms. of. a Jarger unit. than SODsidered a signposNt to the pit- addxessed on. the. budget. tain capital on Thursday, A. Sher- eee |
“their own island meee "fall which may beset the path of b pa chieftain who served as chief wo
n island. inexperienced legislators. “These Mr. Gairy reappearing for the guide to | tae 17 other
“Nevertheless, I throw out the Shortcomings arise from what first time since his suspension ®h idea as w siderati ean be described as an opposition added his quota of compliments °(Uipment and supplies accom-
orthy of consideration
—four small units. three of COomplex—the topsy-turvy belief to the Governor claiming to speak P"2ied the team on the trek here. w
which have to seek grants-in- that nothing useful can be achiev- as the “leader of the majority Te ae ae seo a e
aid from Her Majesty's Govern- *4 except through opposition blor in the Legislature and of “the iaene a ee A ras id ’ ” |
~ , ° ad ; , 2 E , on is as > vorld’s
ects eee a, snail. manifestations ine uroad, masess tnroushia 8 Vicia ide Wie diniars” We BOOKER’S | bop to notily
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cial position of the fourth is pre- are destructive criticism, abuse he said, however, he did not feel dt po ogg oa me Pee elven
carious.” This reference to Gren- of other members and of Govern- justified in throwing bouquets instructions fom tht Swisee GIFTS FOR AL! | dese
ada was later borne out when ment itself, excessive personal and showering praise on the Gov- Alpine foundation in Zurich but FOR MEN POR THE LADIES |
o Governor went on to say attacks on (officials under the ernor thougl» impressed with him agreed to hold a press conference | Sheaffer Fountain Pens Guerlain Perfumes | i -
though the current. year is expec- cloak of privilege, failure to par~ as a man. on Saturday. —U.P. KY Sheaffer Pen & Pencil — L'Henr Bleu Shalimar Mit- {| Friends and Customers
ted to close with a small favour- ticipate honestly in the work of _ Sets, souko ete
able balance, next year’s budget the Executive Council and last Shaving Seis Lanv's Perfumes—
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i ‘ ignorance of the workers and it Pekin Figs & Dates ete bea : |
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OLYMPIC STORY



CONTINUING my comment
on the swimming and _ divir
events in Helsinki one of my most
vivid recollections was ar
which took place on o!
afternoon I went to the pool. It
was of course confined to the little
section of people I was ttin
among and did not attract the at
tention of the World's Pre

incident





I have already mentioned it
briefly in my despatches so read-
e°s are familiar with the gist of

But to-day I have space tre

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I bave already explained how

found myself sitting among
nembers of the French swimming
nd their supporters and also
heir press men.: Just two rows
in front of me was an elderly lady
and as the eight teams lined
for the final of the 4 x 200 metre
relay I heard her join with her
companions in shouting for France
Then:as the race started they wax-
ed even more vociferous and
cries of “Allez Jean”, “Allez
Jean”, mafle the two Jéans who
were in the race (Jean Boiteux
and Jean Bernardo) look up and
wave in oyr direction before they
dived into-the water for their leg
of the race.









The French team did not fair
too well in the early stages of
the race but towards the end the;
made up on their opponents and
eventually came third. / my
friends shouts grew more frenzied
when they noticed the progress
made, the;swimmers were not the
only Frenchmen who were ex-
hausted when the race was ovet
As I sat back down to make a note
of the result in my programme,
the buzzing died down and it was
then. thatI heard the distinct
sound of foud and prolonged sobs.
I could not for the life of me
imagine Where they were coming
from or:what anybody would
want to cry for at such a time as
this .

I lookeg up and after following
the sounds I discovered they were
coming aj my friend the elderty
lady. She had her head in her arm
on the shgulder of her companicn,
a young Prench girl, and her body
was racked as she sobbed her
heart out* in the most
scene imaginable. I
companiog exchange winks and
glances af amusement with the
others sitling around and it was
then that:I asked the chap who
was “acting as interpreter what
was the matter. “Tears of joy”
he exclaimed, “at the French team
coming third after such a great
gtruggie”. “Well” I said. ‘what
would she have done if they had







saw her

won?” He shrugged his should-
ers,
The very next day I hac the

answer to my question in part, It
was when Jean Boiteux’s father
jumped into the pool fully cloth-
ed after his son had won the 400
metre Free Style from the Hawai-
lan Ford Konno who was swim-
ming for the United States. I
am sure if the lady herself had
not jumped into the pool, then a
good number of the tearn would
have come close to doing so if
France had won the relay as well.

Papa Boiteux’s leap into the
pool after his son was, of course,
one of the most publicized inci-
dents at the Gumes. For myself I
cannot say actually when he went
in. He must have done so as I
took my eyes away to consult my
programme. But when I looked
up he was already in and it toox
me some time to realise that he
was not one of the swimmers.
Where an incident of this kind
would have aroused continued
shouts of amazement from a crowd
out here, it hardly drew more than





a murmur from those _ sitting
around the swiming adium in
Helsinki. Perhaps this made

me look twice »%efore I could be-

lieve my eves.

The race for the 400 metre tree
style was itself one of the best of

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Japa Furuhashi, I have al-
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1.500 r C He
was lappec » and
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iis > doing. It first got

sre they were at

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could not keep up and presently
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the platform for the Highboard dives. The pool for diving was the extent
separated from the main pool so that diving and/or Water Polo ters of 1t€
could be carried on simultaneously. -
Boiteux, it seen M
was not one of the favourites ana X
when Konno took the lead it was Su
fully expected that he could hold
it. But Boiteux was second all
the way and must have pulied out
a special effort for the final He F
passed Konno a few laps before
the finish and when Konno made .
a renewed effort to overtake him,
Boiteux held on with great ten- In £

acity to last out the drive.

After watching
father out of the pool I could
not help looking around to see
what his mother Madame Boiteux

Jean push his



was doing. She was sitting in the
row behind me, near at hand, and
she was the first near relation of
a competitor at the Olympic

Games whom I anaged to have
under close observation when the
competitor became the winner of
a Gold Medal. 1 therefore paid
her particular atténtion




Madame Boiteux took her son's
Olympic Victory well. One can
imagine the strains and stresses
those closely connected with the
competitors go through when they
sit watching. Mad@ime Zatopek
had turned cartwheels on the field
when she saw her husband win
the 5,000 metres. Many of the
athletes themselves had shed tears





of joy on being presented with
their gold medals. The Rev. Rob-
ert Richards bounced around like

a Fox Terrier after completing his
winning Pole Vault leap. Yes, an
Olympic Gold Medal means much
to these people and meant a
lot to Madame Boiteux that her
son of nineteen had won one,

But the old lady sat there and
as her countrymen all around her
came up and shook her hand or
gave her a wave, she acknowledg-
ed the congratulations with a

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SEFTON DELMER MEETS NEGUIB Coréiiation

HOW STRONG? _ Livice

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fentenela ieee. tee. mods But Neguib realises that. So making conditions before they| ley Hotise TGechtrusetity ; Centre t t
reasonable man. He is quite ready ce ey ot ae ee finally agreed. ; . a °
to accept a bit less than he has he Seer rere eee orn “We have asked them to de- ae Saar been .re-opened follow- rl To the vast North-West. . é é
asked for, F%*", i a ane ae oe ore, it ain . liver 15 jet fighters wé had he ie enor hie . eo ad ke ‘ v

be, soesihe'ao hold ther if ee ordered: and. paid. for. Delivery Scie a £6 000° Ca pe Tru ‘ ° far Nanking. cs
No Easing , « hosti Fou “yi. » Of these fighters, you recall, was|"™ eur arnegie Us 4 ”

WELL, let me inform you at of a hostile Egyptian population. stopped when Nahas’s Govern- abe ae mse sige eye Jo One and All God Bless!

once, I did not find Neguib at all N ments srepudiated the allignce;qee’ Wistly, | nol only on new
{ + ky No Return ee. ee ‘ lecorations but oO attractive

sady tc r 9 2mé S. ; treaty last year. c ’ t n
ee ually yaag Cae lag — re “i you on tis @ scregone ’ Now the British have sent me| furniture, and games and _ sport May you'Get your Man"

" sheer 4 sag ececret Conclusion mat» once are ou 1 mile-long questionnaire. equipment, . "
military idereties = toute 2 the pone nee: , guib will «They w mt to now whether ; And enjoy your Chop”
brigadiers, colonels, and ajors M#sten to ca us back in again, ouy air force has pilots to fly he Centre wa founded * ;
whihe cone Bae BESS i are youve got to guess again, hese fighters, whether 6 "want 1944 by the Bishop of Liverpoc with Inner Cleanliness /

Certainly the general looked it is my belief, after listening Pyjtish instructors to train our ®°%d Lord Liverhulme with

as sweetly reasonable as Old Joe to Brigadier Gamal Abdel Nasser, men, whet we are ready to use help of the Colonial OMece (Olive








Stalin himself. And, with a pipe pe ae Sle haae Ta these fight in joint manoeuvres Stanley was then Colonial S
in ‘his ‘miputh—he —had:..filled-it committee—the ..Militburo Stalin ee eae Tie le: ada 0 hinoe a ib We ‘Indi
with a broken-up Italian cheroot \,ujq-eall it—that one SlahP lots’ more questions. ship of over 300 West India
—he was uneannily like one of is they will ic oar Biya “Frankly, it is just though | West Africans, a few Somal
those benevolént portraits of the gven as part of : rere ai meone was trying to sabotage| and some Europeans, _
Kremlin Uncle. detéhie feted of an international the whole thing. The people are . Their annual subscription

But from the word go it was This Audie Sint 18. wee i beginning to say. “Look at Gen-|5s. provides them with a mixec
“Take it or leave it,” and “I defence oF th 5 Middle wet’ tn eral Neguib, He’s falling for the range of activities — film shov
don’t believe in long negotia- ella aon For it “+ il te tirel Wi old British trickery. They are|debates, English classes sport
tions.” the Britials ThE aes = 2 PS On stringing him on with their end-|and square-dancing,

: . - s 0 y é 5 Te ’ PD + . .

Of the Sudan, Neguib said: nattiehy Ae cenit major Fower jess negotiations.” | The Couneil of the Centre
“The proposals I have made in “Alliance with the West?” said What Now? |hopes, with its improved accon
my last Note to the British Gov- Weguib to me, after dismi sin : YES. he probably does feet |Modation,; to increase membershi;
ernment are my final word. They yoth neutrality and m "allianics that, az d. fear that And certain-|* eight hundred, and to start
are not just the starting point with the Russ#ans as impractica iy it Me opinion of the Youth movement for member
for negotiations, They have been jje attitudes for Egypt in the brigadiers behind him, the men children. For at present there i THE ; >
agreed by me with the major old war “Well when the who are already plotting the next,“ minimum age limit of 18, } Be er ae eee ott pend. you
pulitical parties in the Sudan, Americans and the British talk coup.’ ae “re “| The future, from a financial Y hearty Christmas Greetings wherever you may be ne r e Ww $ | :
and I i to can them. ‘bout this in principle, they al- Of them, and what they mean Viewpoint, though, i ne s¢ May you eat well, sleep well, and /ee/ well next day!

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a eee Sudan is tp ae wee ly . ' morrow, together with more facts “De ¢ negie rrust 1 ie oul the ‘ in fine fettle; there’s nothing like Inner Cleanliness THE IDEAL FORM :
the ne Sudan is to have self- “But when it comes down to to help you solve the riddle. of ~‘ , to depend en- $ . oT shristms shtNewY -
determination, “It is essential business they squeeze us, hem us Neguib. tirely on voluntary contributions Za aHappy Christmas anda Bright New Year. OF LAXATIVE $ “*

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PAGE FOURTEEN



His Diary, now ="
H Ale , published, shows».
what happens when >

generals fall out

@ Field-marshal Earl Haig,

ie Od Aeon ia te by ROGER

1914-18 war, died in 1928. To-
day, after a generation, a vol-
ume of extracts from his
private papers and diaries is
made public







this book ill be found the
icture in ou story of the
ffi tic which faced a British
r in the field. Though
Haig diarie ir ack the pith
j I ope’s
gton,
DOOK,
‘ r





€ fte

? the re
brancé, The overriding interest of
these { personal beca
they -re ome sides of



acter which



formerly been hidden
















do good
solution
where

George’s point,

No do

by poli
of Licyd George's



















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‘Tongue-tied how he seems to t roe TABLET gene
Asquith labelled Haig “tongue- HAIG the prejudices of the s of the route 20am Buckfast
1d much of Haig’'s mis- ates room abow lian life b 5 : energy a
the politicians lay in the + + + barrack-room prejudice. really ough ave passed necessar ane ——
they could argue a case is that Haig was a doughty the Army with the Duke of Ca rgd a ee
while he could not. But his gifts fighter in these battles — some- bridge and Sir Redvers Buller. ——_ ACLE
of expression were certainly not times on his. own account, When the statesman Bryce—a Si uctior Tx cou ——<
hobbed ; 1@ came te A careful reading of all the veteran of 78 — bravely visited be = —S= . BRAND
pen; nis is t dence shows that he, more Haig comments gg the Me a —— Powder
ore > fe of French in Will bring a man to s SOLE L. M. B. MEYERS
posed 5 of indecision AGENTS Bridzetown.— Barbados
area Although a brother field mar-.
George's of French, “He's a nice "€ :
> had -







Joffre a
ginger beer

For .a
angeély

enjoyed the

his support.
Haig +





jas
' i Blake says
After the episode when the Army of Loos in

stupidly. arrested F. E. Smith the 1915 Haig out of ‘friendship and Politicians,

coe loyalty kept _
head, Haig is chiefly conéerned self” This is not correct. He had “slike of

future Lerd Chanceflor Birken-







tus beth but when



es on you can't

he had — and has— '*



rs and admirers, ‘ers aa ;
not ong them. Mr. He was delighted to find t
tha the Battle‘the editor of the Morning Pos





the late summer of had a commenda







his views to him-






t he d







with the amount of old brandy repeatedly expressed them to the Who happened a

which Smit irank at lunch. Yet one person who really counted— the time. . -
et-hearted King George Y The Verdict
the surface. Asquith’s Act Many people will feel

» of affection
for - wher BEF
vith him int eng
ce he w A pleasure to shout
! the olc mn im the house. yn the su
Se amusing and kindly in his ways







ng

the





Ir



He makes outspoker
on men like Lloyd G
Kitchener
who com:

comments treat.








French, was taken
E en Kitch





France «in
Jellica —
opportunities
written off

Anyone t
acquaintance
the 1914-18 war




Admiral
lender the ‘Prime

out of the

nodding French was

is familiar with because the

the feline squabbles of the Brit- mind to tell Asquith everything f°" agreeing to its

ish generals. Asquith perhaps that he ha
used a truer word when he ces- about F re

In August, 1914, just as the Hai to apply the
were 2




ge The decision to recal re
, Lord ! on recall French Lord Esher, who may have been

for War, was temporarily
country, and Asquith,

ging — is charge of the War Office. Asquith

h the events of act.” This again is hardly correct

to Lloyd George

The editor does

bout to sail, he told
he had “doubts”



1

but he cer
secret hates



at @ curious «moment

ner, the Secretary of 3" eminence grise
Bays but whose

Minister, was in





atters by saying
selection éf French, ™®# cae ae
ner of 1915 he told on if
the King that French ought to “to (0g
Squabbies have been recalled after the re- soy Georg





epithet “cur’’| side.
scandalous.

not improve
that Lioyd n e
secretly, de-|they had never
' js00n many of ther
have had aol bene oy Ae BRYLCREEM
niv ; anc SKliied occu :
oy Git thay now . keeps the hair
to
. of the new soft, lustrous and
as Mr. Blake | ™anrenance ee », | natural-looking
5 alae ly ambitious and 7
ee, She eager to hold their own with their all day long

wisdom are refreshing,
genius but very sound, hard-work
ing and the best available.”

tigated these bickerings as ser- observer can doubt that this was military commentators

pentine. the reason

“Mighty offensive’ were two what suddenly made the change.
words used by Dr. Johnson to Critics of Haig might justly say

why ‘ 3 ». Pages, but Haig will not
y Asquith some smaller by being shown with all!and scalping knife to ambush un-

describe the merriment of par- that he was the architect of his “OP man.

sons. These disputes among the Own advancement,
generals, where loyalty might His Fears

naturally be expected, merit On _ the

equally severe comment. issues with which Haig was con-
The surprise of these diaries nected — his retations with the

e a 5
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its latest issue. In recent years, and more adaptable to conditions has probably progressed
and with greater
Jamaica than in any other colony,” is quite an economic dairy animal,
for crossing. In Jamaica, formation of a new says the article, referring to the there has been no development of
ealled Jamaica Red, recent development

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or more of the Indian Zebu types

In the West Indies there were beef breed,

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*The private papers of Douglas! cavalry troop. But no trace of pa
Haig, 1914-1919. Edited by Robert) violence clouds the relationship
Blake (Eyre and Spottiswoode, | between the Navajos and their

a

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED ) 0
—L.E.8. |ambassador to the West.—I.£.S.

the virtues and failings of com-| wary parties of pioneers or | (BE
j
}
|
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blood, is now in progress and the a cross between Jersey and}
export of cross-bred bulls to South Zebu. }
and wealthy estate and Central America
standing milking cattle in the in- pwners. Pure-bred European cattle

dairy

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of

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This| ,

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|
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another another type comparable to th«
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hese recruit
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the results h exceeded
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to this par




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ninth o tintanaale ry anes Orne griping or discomfort, and without embarrassing urgency. Phillips
a eg Se IT’S NOT OBVIOUS tones up the entire digestive system . . . is the ideal antacid-laxative
But why repe at it?” she asks today. yt isn’t flair for Mi arilyn Monroe to for all the family! Get Phillips today!
Something new, please.”) become > e for obviously
FLAIR for finding her own private studio-s Latest: “I b
tun by disappearing for a couple of days alway or When yot u liquid or Ta lets _=
at .Christmas and. playing. a clown have seen one you have seen them all t j
(unknown to anyone) in a circus . loes not make such te
The other day I saw Joan Greenwood that she never
in a film made in France —“ Mr ly < e of her distinctive
Peek-a-Boo.” Flair again. Watch how qualities—that curling, beguiling voice.
she glides in a quaint black-cat costume Not doing the obvious things—that. too,
1s a burglar. is flair.
Her flair helps to put over the film's London Express Service
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D Rita Hayworth’s lawyer, right thing,” said Mr. Crum. irty leadership between .the fi
wiry Bartley C. Crum, after Communists who fought the war REDIFFUSION—
vging from conferences with On Miss Hayworth’s decision to in France and those who resisted |
y y Khan's representative, Charles abandon claims to alimony Mr. in Moscow. Guingouin is a wide-
sorem: “The details of the sep~ Crum commented: “With Rita’s ly admired self-confident leader.}|@
ration agreement between Aly 5.000 dollars a week and her pri-. He represents the nearest thing to]% ENTERTAI N MENT ] |
Khan and Rita will never be vate investments Rita just doesn’t « Tito-ist inside the party that has[@ ‘
known.” need any money for herself.” happened so far. J
But I can’give some details: In a_ telephone conversation He will not merely refuse t¢ : F
1.—A trust-fund guaranteed by from Madrid with Mr. Crum, Miss yeeant.. He is expected to counter 4 STARTING SUNDAY 2st DEC. | 2 i yi Ai rm”
the Aga Khan will provide four- Hayworth said that she was hav- ait ck, with embarrassing out- : : ‘ One = { i i mM Hi 1) ‘im i |!
year-old Yasmine with an annual ing “a wonderful time” sightsee- 9; okerness Marty and Tillon]¢ an@ Continuing through 1953 + ofa | Hh ee 4
income of 50,00 dollars. . 2.—Rita ing with a red-haired Prgnien lso refuse to recant, and their[ Rediffusion will extend its e| a a ‘ wh i Hi ,
is to have custody of Kasmine Marquis de Villapadierna, a firm- expulsion is at hand, g| : i MLW 4
while Aly rétuins the right to visit er close friend of Aly and that J ® H \ a if HA lit HH
her as often as he likes and to take she does not intend to return to Then the stage will be set for 4 | | i 7 \
ler to Burope for an annual holi- Paris before going back to the the return to Paris from Moscow } | | Mma / - RY A i
ay.. 3.—Rif§ abandon all claims U.S.A. “because I had such a mis- -f “the dearly beloved leader,’ t A il i y j iy i
to limony and both parties agree erable time when I was last there.” Maun ee _Thorez It will be a noisy SUNDAYS | NL f Hh i : ; ‘| ( ( |
bandon elaims to each other's age still echoing with accusa- FROM | HN HH | i ni Mil
perty. 4.-After Rita's Nevada Out In The Cold ons and counter-accusations,|]¢ ny ‘ } | CAR Hh i i I HH fl "|
; : ’ 645 AM. TO 10.30 P.M | HH PA | | |
ivorce the pair will present but at least the more prominent] ¢ ALL DAY |
themselves before the Aga Khan EXPELLED from the French bodies will have been decently re-|¢ holes asad e|
+o enable him as head of the Is- Communist Party: Georges Guin- n.oved from sight and some of the $
maAili Moslem sect to have a syme gouin, a famous Resistance leader loodstains wiped off : 7 §
holie Moslem divorce. The sins for which he has bee oes SATURDAYS ‘ }
expelled are accepting the praises They Said It 7 : ae yy i is hi i
‘ 9 of the Americanised Press” and 6.30 A. TE .M. Hit
idee A: Gontlerian allegedly “diverting million nt Quotes of the week: Italian film] @ ALL DAY = “al i | a
Major hitch in the negotiations francs of party funds.’ r Sylvana Pampanini: “I speak 1% ° LS ni
was: Aly’s insistence (said to be ; : een pees when my mouth is} @ 2 es ; rt cm rv
inspired by ‘the Aga Khan) that This expulsion is the party's last full of spaghetti.” ~ French actor MONDAYS ® 3 i PA a or i i ml 6
Y smine should receive a Mos- warning to veteran revolutionary Paniel Ge lin: “The honeymoon is TO 2 i ong oy I | he
lem religious education as from Andre Marty and his fellow de- rT W nee the husband takes his FRIDAYS 3 | HA ! HH
the age of seven. On this Rita viationist Charles Tillon te recant ‘le of t — ren = en a : 6.30 AM, TO 10.30 PM i nh a i sii
a a i ee i , fore they are n, ¢ her an item on his monthly bud- I
fused to bind herself.. Finally, before hey too are bundled ou inxoaed sereiin Ke !



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Aly Khan acted like a gentle- « is ‘ 5 a - WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED ! ™
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COMMONWEALTH T0 ACT IN
COMMODITY PRICE
“EMERGENCIES”

By RONALD BOXALL
LONDON.
The post-Korean rise of colm-

modity prices, and their subse-
quent fall, was one of the chief
factors in the alarming deteriora-
tion that took place last year in
the sterling area’s payments posi-
tion. The high incomes resulting
from the rise of prices for many
sterling commodities engendered in
primary producing countries a





strong demand for imports. And
this demand continued unabated
even when prices slumped after
the Korean boom.

The result, for most ster|
Commonwealth countries, w
sudden transformation in their
external payments position from

one of healthy surplus to well-nigh
disastrous deficit. And for the
sterling area, as a whole, it meant
an enormous decline in the gold re-
serves, which continued during
the first quarter of this year.

The decline in the gold reserves
has been halted and reversed, but
the experience left the
area in a severely weakened ste
A return to orthodox monetary
policies and strict control of im-
ports helped to avert the disaster
that seemed inevitable less thar
year ago. But these measures,
themselves, cannot prevent a rey
tition of the extreme price fluctu-
ations that touched off last year’s
crisis.

What is needed now, as the
Commonwealth Prime Ministers
acknowledged early in their Lon-
don economic conference, is some
form of agreement—preferably on
an international basis—to ensure
a measure of stability in com-
modity prices.

sterling



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A comparison of the way sier-
ling and dollar commodity } a
have moved since the outbr
war in Korea throws inte
light on the problem that faced th«
Commonwealth leaders.

The following table shows how
the prices of the sterling
main. dollar-earning commodities
rose after the outbreak of war in
Korea and declined during the
subsequent recession.





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Pre- Post-
Korea Korea
Peak



Price



He Lest the Pains inhis Arms

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture

to use them. Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter

“7 had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then 1
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle I
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.”’—S.B.

The pains and stiffness of
rheumatism are usually caused

by deposits of excess uric acid in
the muscles and joints. Kruscheo
stimulates the kidneys and other

intestinal organs to regular
6

healthy action so that all th
excess uric acid is expe
through the natural Chan 5
When that goes, aches and pains
go too, Freshness and vigour
are restored

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Rubber 247d 69\d 22%4d
éper Ib.)
Tin £601.7 £1470 £959
(per ton)
Wool
(merino 64) 140d 3l4d 131d
(per Ib.)
Jute £121. 6d. £226.8 £81
(per ton)

The prices of these commodities
have all fallen very sharply from
their peak level. Indeed, in all
but one case, they are now below
ihe pre-Korean level,





American commodities suffered
milar} bul though the prices
of the chief dollar’ commodities
are now below the post-Korean |
peak, they remain, in all but one}
case (t of sugar), well above
the level ruling at the outbreak
of war in Korea.
Pre Post- Recent
Korea Korea Price
Price Price Level
Cotton
24.6 cents 46 cents 36.6 cents
(per Ib.)
Copper
22.1 cents 34.9 cents 34.9 cents
Ib (since July)
cents 19 cents 14 cents
b
t i9.5 cents 20 cents
ib.)
9 cents 284 cents 268.6 cents
(per 60-%.)
if 33. 8s 58.45 32s
wt.)
Coffee 46% cent by cents 53% cents
(per 60-lb.)

The Commonwealth Prime Min-
isters therefore agreed that com-
modity price stabilisation arrange-
ments are essential if further
damaging price fluctuations are to
he avoided in the future. They ap-
proved, in principle, the sugges-
tion that these arrangements
should take the form of agree-
ments between producers and
consumers, with fixed ceiling and
floor prices for the main commodi-
ties entering world trade.

It is one thing, however tp agree
on the need for a certain course
of action, but quite another to ob-
tain general consent to it. Price
stabilisation schemes have bee
proposed before, but these have
been abandoned through the lack
of agreement between producers
and consumers on what constitutes
an “equilibrium” price level

In the case of wool, it was the arose as a result of the post-
Commonwealth producers who Korean commodity boom and |
objected to a price stabilisation

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East German Communists
two yeam ago John Peet
has travelled 40,000 miles
all over the Soviet zone, he
told me last night.

Why does he travel? To
give- talks at meetings in
favour of Moscow's “ peace-
fight” campaign.



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proposal when prices were high,
and the consumers who supported
the idea. But when price stabili-
sation schemes were suggested for
tin and rubber it was the consum-
ers who led the opposition.

Before effective price stabili-
sation schemes can be put
effect it will be necessary to break
down the attitude of mutual sus-
picion that prevents agreement
whenever producers and consum-
ers get together to talk abou!
prices.

In the meantime, however, the
Commonwealth countries
decided to establish new machin-
ery for consultation that will be
set in motion at the first sign of
an approaching “emergency”. Thus,
by collective action the Common-
wealth will try to prevent.a repe-
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PAGE EIGHTEEN

SUNDAY ADVOCATE, _



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Housing
Experts Vis
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‘TH C. =~ . : i. 52 I Our oO e
> ertainly Frightened Me
4 1 mA ‘
( le 5 a 3 © DOMINICA, Dec. 14.
: Dr. Hector Garcia ciol
a r c - “President-elect { the United tt See
(By BEVERLEY BAXTER eee ; Bote’ ot ae ot oy weit tam ut-|@2d Mr. Donald Hanson, e: -
i HAVE akness for Clipper “° i y. If Governor Steven=| ©¢ 4rrived in Dominic: t 0
fe whic! ; had roduced this portrait | 44Y- They are housing experts wh«
claim I no c tans > ot e electic might have resulted | have been assigned to the Carib
cs ; ye Og \ hs the artist t rently. This round, expres-|bean Commission under the U.S
ol y f I once boug ee th c ne of ‘ ich less, over youthful face could Point IV Programme, BAG. ERO
e Clipper picture lich hangs ; : her } to a Korean soldier who|have aided Governments of vai
ll and dominates the whole * ngs lid not know whether he was of |0US colonies, including Barbados,
: leep tha Codner ng a North or the South. Fs ag and Antigua, in their |
} he f asle¢ thas . "1 $ sing projects
Whe ie hie te, f +i . of Leslie In The Moonlight | housing projects.
a breasting the dark Her en Terence Cuneo obviously en- Dr. Garcia and Mr, Hanson have
rue ve In the morning it ®M@ are . son , ed painting the Lord Mayor) begun a tour of the Windwar
t in the wind,.â„¢a@Pp 0 ! i nd Lady Mayoress of Liver; Islands to discuss housing prob-
: end. 4 a Henson Alderman Vere E. Cotton). It lems and to gather data on hous-
1 } never end The Idealist t merely a portrait but @Jing conditions in these islands.
Simor Elwe turned ure a a ship 2 oe On Tuesday the experts visit
inate Deuglas Fairban} inta a thin n country house Complete Witt various parts ¢ seat oting
It Dominates - ; ay Pa cata : ro . obe having obviously. returned | , Fe parts af -Roseau, noe
Therefore it wa with some D’Artagnan of the American navy, | ; tt althbugh hid conditions and problems of t!
diffidence that I decided to go to with a string of a moustache and*}\"‘ Pe ae Muitinated town’s housing. On Wednesda)
the opening of this year’s show the eyes of a man who knows °”" ; they were invited to a meeting of
“ek S a f Portrait where both the nav nd himself ° by the moonlight. Alder=/s46 Board of Direct ¢ ti
he Royal society o 3 ing. Mr. Elwes is also in ™2” Cotton is studying the model | po, nica Build ERAT. e \ mS
i ere aueaie “ly fort ith his portrait of Mr f an ancient schooner which | | re Par eta. ce reer’
pwever ; : Oe (23% dibee : c * Jends to the portrait the authen-| 1 ste a te Me . oe —
take prota cin ee { Pi scaditt tic Liverpool touch. His wife is ae ake on housing put to them
he cok iy ” -_ me tting down in that state of sweet by e Board and made ome
. ome , e warm radi- ; oges
ind Mune Ct di spot content which every wife feels SU&sestions.
ance of ougias 1anao’ ee ter oy sbz > eC ne
oie fter her husband’s spee "1 aie
trait of the Queen. It dominates faa delivered — They spoke to a jarge public
this year’s show just ould : gathering on ‘Thursday nignt on | ¥
jominate any wall n itter how With much that is obvious and the aided self-help housing sy
heavil bited t undistinguished there are _ three tem. Mr. Hanson spoke on the!
ractions: or four paintings which grip the} diferent types of houses used by
I ippose that automaticall imagination and make one want} ing poorer classes in the Carib- ¢
the artist will be accused of to return to them again and | bean, and the methods and mater- |
having descended to chocolate again, Philip Lambe'’s Vjera is | i215 used for building better hous
box in his unblushing use of , hort-haired girl with — staring), the aided selfcheip system. He
colours. The accent is on eyes that stare at nothing. Her illustrated His talk with coloured %
and even the tiara contrive rough fur jacket, her lifeless}... tuding 8 sind ing
that end. hands, her sullen calm which Soe ie aaa ‘a ae
‘here is no subtlety about it might break into fury at any pfu ‘of the eoral hn in building.
There is «no suggestion of that moment—they all proclaim the! py, Garcia next described the aid-
sweet melancholy which is part arty Left Wing woman of the| eq self-help system, pointing out
of youth’s charm. Here is a barricades. I may be maligning| jts advantages, which include pro-
young woman who intends that Viera but she terrified me. | duction of more houses in a short-
there shall be sunshine where’er Ibsen Woman f er time at a lower cost.
she walks. The late Howard Somerville x

has left us another young woman
who would frighten the children.
Norah has dark hair, dark eyes

Dignity

The charm of the portrait, and








vocated the use of aided
in building houses in

Dr. Garcia and Mr. Hanson ad- | %
self-help |&
Dominica, | 9



» fez > the ifts it above the ‘ . and wears a‘dark shawl over a|as from what they had noticed |%
enter -_ ction in the The girl with staring eyes : part dark dress. All this gives strength | during their short stay, the island *
mirror. We see the Queen’s of Philip Lambe’s VIERA, to her long, exposed neck. She} was badly in need of many more | &
shoulders and the back of her belongs ‘to Ibsen, to the worle of | and better houses. ig
head just turned enough to give Sandy Scratchley. If he idealises shadows, to the lonely, creaking They both announced their %
us her profile. The effect is one of his women and makes them seem country house, | willingness to come k to %
softness and a quiet dignity in a gentle lovely creatures, why Norah, like Viera, was not/| Dominica to give all the a tance %
portrait that would otherwise lack should we decry a touch of n ide for laughter. They are of | they can whenever the govern-|%&
any claim to restraint or subtle- chivalry in a_ harsh, realistic the night. ment invited them. i.
ty. world? WORLD COPYRIGHT Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia 4%
“With excusable showmanship On the other hand, Cathleen RESERVED | leave on Monday by the Gruman | ¥
Mr. Maurice Codner’s portrait of Mann treats General Eisenhower, —L.E.S. | Goose. ¢

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THESE SOLDIER-SGIENTISTS STUDY

FOR ATOM
AGE WAR

by Gordon Holman

SHRIVENHAM (Berkshire),

HE first Royal visitor to the Military
i College of Science, Prince Philip,
provided the briefest description of
its functions when he said last week: * An
establishment which teaches science to
soldiers and, at the same time, soldiering
to scientists, is an absolute necessity.”
The long, low college buildings stretch like
fingers along the Vale of White Horse.

From the lecture rooms. laboratories and
demonstration hangars of the 700-acre township
the Army is drawing a steady supply of soldier
cientists who will be its key men in any Atom-age



wos

The college has grown up in little more than



six years. eioeeecineenaihey in the specie! fields we study. A then they forgot to give me any
Nearly 300 young officers In the library, 40 yards long, discovery that bn sah not change rank.
some fresh from Sandhurst and where students work with books the text-books of an ordinary “With this college, which
some old enough to have been of reference in a score of smal! University for 10 years could really a university, the Army }
fighting at the end of the war— bays, there is a strong-room bring a change here in a week have leap-frogged over the other
are now taking courses here. where secret reports are kept. In another lecture room Dr, ‘Wo Services. We have some-
Most of them will earn univer- Among students in the library Cc. G. Lambe, wearing a black thing here that all the world
sity degrees. were two of the limited number gown, instructed a “class” in ™a€y envy. The Army Council
Two old but brightly polished of civilians who are allowed to fiigher mathematics, Two Cana- ave kept their word, and those

brass cannon near the entrance study at the college dians and an Australian



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to the headquarters block are a James Low, a 24-year-old Scot, among the officers sitting at study.”

reminder that the college is a and 2l-yvear-old Christopher desks Nor is the scientist-soldier
military institution with a Roberts. from Weston-super- In the hangars are tanks anything but tough. The College
major-general as its com- Mare, had been sent by an air- guns and machinery has a first-class rugger side
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But the commandant, Major-
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Engineers, believes that the best
utmosphere for the soldier-
students to léarn in is that of the
university. There are no military
parades and little ceremony.

In Becket Hall, officers of
the college meet under oil
paintings lent by the Tate
Gallery and famous regiments
now serving overseas.

“Normally we
are back-room boys, and it is a
thrill to us to be bere,” said Mr
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A strange feature of this
college is that the teacher must
learn alongside the pupil.

Commonwealth men

_ Professor E. B. Pearson, lean-
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solve problems that defy the
human brain, said: “We must

over a dusty-brown camouflaged
German Panzerjager, was Lieu-
tenant-Colonel Robin Fletcher
Among his pupils was Captain
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Army,

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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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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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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. 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 U—IM414th " ils rapacity to pr 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 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. T Please add ess your letters to Atuttn organtsaUoni -ih'-n* lilts'Motoring Topics" C/o The Barchange In bndos Advocate. rodueed In st-rtbig a column at this ri "brr pnttj am spoil %  la time of the year, we are forU*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 ro ds. curtailed by a phenomenon known s 11 on '*"' QWatlon of Spoi .. .. oouai Mioruge, und for thif ca "' Maaara. All;n-U>T ... the table for our new yen's ttV Joy mem. (In this connection, we Tho most llgrjncant hapnenpj-rsonoUy sulTer from a Sterling lug so far as Ihe !' %  'hortage too and the matter i. nsnutry ieon 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 Insome 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 __^ _^_^^__^_ "' B".*f> Miinuf. aeeaptad u .1 U idam bj mists, tii.it the 1..1 h %  uuiiuiii^ii b tuavi indusiry m general aparity to produce good motor sponsored by J & R BAKERIES makers of ENRICHED BREAD and the blenders of J & R RUM THE SHIRT THAT FITS TO A 'T I llfW ft |.Vf.#. II Iff. Ifff.f l# l#.#. stout s Sp IT PAYS TO SAV (tsso) -•. X As^irns you aSNTLSkttN *SS0 ntrU M0T0P OIL IS THK BEST OIL fOR TOUR CAR8. fhgssuatnflg o| motorists havr used Ian Bs< tr.i Motor Oil for years, and thousands ol new car ownera are finding It the best oil for their cars. Esso Ex I r a Motor Oil is a premium yr.ule heavy dut> oil containing a special inhibitor specifically for corrosion prevention, und an entirely new detergent which keeps your engine 1 II.HI and In perfect running condition. Fxso I-'UI.I Motor Oil Is sold bi practically evrry garage and service station In ..ain.Mlos FOR \I.I PKTROLEIM PKODLCTS ESSO STANDARD OIL. n M. JONES & CO LTD.-Agenls.



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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. The hit %  h Ih more 1 vhen it comes down t to help you solve the nddl. of .. ondltlons and demands." — l..t\s. %  ** %  THE PERFECT XMAS GIFT GRANTS WHISKY ALWAYS MELLOW ...ALWAYS THE SAME GRANTS WHISKY Its best to bui| Platiginum PENS from Sl.00 tu SI.32. BALLPOINTS $1.08 ttef.lls 36C) \MLUAM CRA.NT ft SONS LTD DUTILU • %  ^COTU,XD "Available from all KiToynised Dealers" STOKES & BYNOE LID. — C. L. PITT & Co., Ltd—AgenU. r STOP PAIN ^ **> QUICKLY PH0SFERINE in cases of WEAKNESS... PHOSI 1 RINE hflwondcrftiJ tonic for the weak and ailing, / the convalescent and the run\X(, down. \ The lentous ihredbld ection ol I'UIA'SK t,i!Met. Kl 1 Il-A'l-S PAIN.SlXilin SNT.R\ v 01 \ I I K.V rSDEPRESSION No matter h i'. wy yon nefvea, bow Jtpren<:! mi fed, PHfiNSll ibkl WtD btioi von rcliel and oomfon. qunklv and vale!R IIII NMt; tablets neither harm the boifl not in ihe .tomnch Don't eoOkpt .ubeututc*. Krcp a supplv of 1MU HSIC oblen hv you) in cases of LASSITUDE... I,• .vstcm, ititcd l sMtss i ia. assVw. • or .-rtv > a in nsa anJ PMOSlP.RINF. \ Ph ensic in I'u.si'.v / DEBILITY... rci thearpetitr. ihr nerves, pun h*ek ih ;-S3 .iinl; UtBIL ^SlSTSi-lg U.f C j nreagmens .1 [[Jin 3 hi fuses of %  ^Cr^i') s!iiI NERVOUSNESS... C TWO TABLETS BHIN QUICK RELIEF FROM RHEUMATIC PAINS* IUMBIG0. NERVE PAINS. HEADACHES. NEURAIOIJ*. lar'UfNII. COIDS & CHILLS V PHOSPERINB helps you t take %  he Nmln -in.l ditluultic. ol life. Availahk in I i.iuiJ >r Tablet furm. to drop* equd J Tablets. THE GREATEST OF ALL TONICS The New HUMBER HAWK Praised for its Beaut}' Prized Jor its Economy it %  fr Brilliant new ityling—ono* beauty of fine lto6 tester roominess— amplr luggage space -jp Superb ridinf tomfor:—cushioned suspension ine performance—imtant fet-awoy Absolute dependability—real economy i COLE A ro. I'II.II.II Sii,, i J



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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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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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&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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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. THE BARBADOS ELECTRIC SUPPLY MIL LU IMPORTANT NOTICE. rl.K< Tltli ITV s| I'll Wi" l>ri> Hi lllir> (HIT (nliMiHHT. lh.lt .1 Kltuf shiiirii.uii ni |W Sii|i|)|> win IMin', (-.-.nv heteyaau l^ VIM.II uii.l :: |i in on siinihiv llil liiMini'. i in I'li.iMi' (ssi'iilial ;illiTalii>tis lo In* initii-d mil

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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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-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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ESTABLISHED 1895



BARBADOS,



DECEMBER 21, 1952





BEY OF TUNIS SIGNS T

Controversial Articles
Will Bring Calm To |
Riot Torn Protectorate

TUNIS, Dee. 20
THE BEY. OF TUNIS

5 bowed before the °
French Government threat to depose him ua School Girl

placed his seal on two articles of the French drafted “
reform programme aimed at bringing calm to the Die:
riot torn Protectorate. .

The Tunisian sovereign handed over the signed



Urseline Harris, a seven-year-!

In Fire ee":



old school girl of Road View, St,

doeuments to Robert Boissezon, french Residences | Peter was burnt to death last night}

representative during a one hour interview at
» : and shingle house owned by Rita]
which Boissezon delive red the French ultimatum.] farris. her

about 8.00 o'clock when a board}:



xyrandmother, caught!‘
ae cern . fire. The fire was said to be start-
d residency spokesman|ed through a kerosene oil lamp
Mr. Turner said Bey Sidi Mohhamed | blowing up. Rita Harris received|
Lamine Pasha also “under- bad burns and was taken to ho:

: ital. The child's
ign some 60 admin- Part . a

decrees which he

mother, Pauline |

received slight burr

Attends Xmas istration

sts ; he roof of Ure house was badly
been stalling on fe 1 ,
- 1 tor twot, imaged and the sides and other

Party years in apparently a com-| parts

plete climb down before the! was soon on the spot and extin-










His Exceilency the Acting Gov-| french threat to depose him} or lished the fire, Nearby residents | the
ernor Mr. R. N. Turner and Mrs.|if he refused to change his| ¥'t? buckets and pails of water
Turner and Colonel R. T. M in, | attitude beta c Mle yg AP TL
Pe ee xa Pigg eo ; ok a j mi a the y could before the ar-
among the large crowd on Friday | reform plan > case os ot whl aaa
who saw over 300 children receive ci eee tote
Christmas gi the annual time l eae
Christmas party nsored the c will
Police at St. Ce racks, “Tunis



It was a sunny
















_ i these Councils ind in most earried out at the Gommo-
the children danced to po; - we them a ms (Or t dore Hotel, Wood deseribed him-}
tunes played by the Police They were the articles which On Trial My : 2 ri oy : ote ae . a ae

Bandsman Rocheforde Resident General Jean De aH Re JOTInaetyY Whe 2 brits
ed the Diresshts to the 2) cout Maki ‘ae ae detective. He was bogked here on
was dressed as Sant 1 “7 Rica rag & late BERLIN, Dec. 20 1 charge of violation of the tal
wherever he went the children fol- | reje . oer | Seven officials of the East Ger-|!Â¥@n law which prohibited pep-
lowed crying “Santa, Sant : Mond |r ar Democratic part inregiviered gUny oe
me a toy.” Be pa Lave guilty to espionage BT tae He will be arralgn- |

Silartiee wathaiccdie zs tee oe which appeared to be! ©! later today then given hear-

, i ‘ I , lay it c
children there was a film show in. matur on of the Communist ater ane wit? otner tree

Y = e ? ’
the barracks. P rush Soviet Zone At the time police
no 1 view ‘th + . ‘ i ; . pOMse Bent
peeee leaving € s ‘ tements for the arrest of
wy c 4 was ac fi : endant ll identified ag|#nether man not identified but
weet B officials,| Officials sald he was a Cuban anc
; S f the baatinn yesterday Weleved lami. Police
“ 7s € d ial Par : e@ ! ar 3 spied for ®8re 00k ? another
Bronze Bell Will «ves. n Paris where! tr s ‘intelligence and tos tae Weatl | we ne a
we iding n : a
* ea Pr r Antoine Pinay’s r ermar ties Yemocratic © id plot report
Chime In 1953 take i ediats tion if the Bey} Konrad k ince he tap
often Adenauer : c Pas Cuber Goven



STRASBOURG, FRANCE, Dec












The Council of Eu le adiaek si he were charge
great bronze bell ie ted aa & their posts in the part
Cathedral 1 chime the arrival fs wee ths Thmen, to oppose sociel-
of 1953 across Europe by radio ce ans ced , of forming ‘anti-Gtate’ groups

Broadcasting on the stroke of }> “ oes... B® the varty and of blocking the
midnight from Strasbourg — in “ee e It “would! wore ef the Communist run bloc
early competition with London’s | © ‘ oe eptance) of «o-exnlled Democrat parties
Big Ben—started three years age ei olying the

Europe adio st \ gu I a's The dete - * Ns
prograr w ‘ - m ‘ e Unite He Ce a on
1 declar s ¢ UP Y ‘
from Fouad Kepri i Mw sc “F
the Council's Minist Walt ve -





and For

Miner of turkey §©=Red Supply 7% n="
Centre Raided ico ee ee
EOUL, Dee. 2 Vore Argentine
" = Meat For Britain

—{).P ’ : x K



Amas Shoppers
Flock The ay

Broad and Swan St





th activ yesterday
mas shoppers flocked into Bridge-
town from early.
In Broa treet
many traffic block E
took motor traffic betwee
10 minutes to t pank of f f g-c
Statue to the b uU : ming :
Buildings. Gings ar nuUge pire Ars
Within two minut 2 Pt vert ef rae
people entered ons t '
stores in Broad Street. E ,
in the city was erowded and so : . ~ , .
of them remained op« fo
day, ; aren a
Since last week : : ;
oF .

stocking



‘ ana Grink for th _
haliday seasor
City merchar



=pear Fisherman

that sale



Senator Dies After
selieved Drowned ft !







whet Bridge ww orverae? y for Cres ut Weer rit



singed The Fire Brigade;

The | he “fm

7 E. Germans)".



Heart Attack |»

Four Held

In Cuban
“Revolt”

MAMARONECK, New York,
Dec, 20
Authorities said they hoped to
make at least two more arrests
in what they called the smashing
of the plot to overthrow the Cue
ban Government of General Ful-
Christma

West Chester county and cit
officials last night arrested fou
men and seized a huge supply ¢
munitions in this New York Cit
uburb which they said were ded-
tined to be shipped to Cuba for
uprising”. Two men were arrest
ed in an unused gasoline station
where munitions including bazoue
ka shells, rife grenades, gunpow-

der and napalm were stered A
third man was picked up in near-
by Yonker snother New Yor

* men seized here were iden
tifled as Alfred Manheim, 29, a

City suburb.
he

New York munitions dealer and |

Frank Connel!
Brooklyn
Pe ters Union

Arrested in Yonkers

49, organized for
local of AFL Bill

and brought

vere for arraignment with Man-

and Connell ap charges of

— possession of weaponr wa
Je ee arte 35, a Cuban

poo 1) fourth man

am J. Wood 45 Thesarre t}










Gu # blood las
posed §=Presider



in Soceares
lant District Attorney Bor
tose Edsnistor said Prion Sot



pperent ¥ behind the Hot!
unoovertd here byt the exiled!
President said ir y le

i ® Florida
pe rnhew nothing f Pr



Housing Board le

Will Build

Model I I OUSES |

vung Bogrd ye



Ses
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vn

Cott Of House

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cir eth

450 R.C.

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LIND RECKIVE
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} MRS. D. HW. L. WARD () and Mr
blind students at the Hurd Memort

place after a GCongert of Christmas ©

BLIND STUDENTS GET

— CHRISTMAS

Gifts of
to the blind
day afternoon at the eoncert

tudents und

isted by a number of 5
After the funetion, the st

holiday from thelr work at the

more, President of the Barbad

Blind and Deaf,

money and fou

vas given by the

U.N, Waarat 22) isi i (erg
ion. Treasurer and Mr, ©, A. Li iets

Vation Body iE







ints i
ir us :
CHISSTUAB BOA }
Wi ohigur lon mm
, Os ;
r ;
s wast
TA ; On [s
apy ;
wy 2 Me Sa |
x ne ph

Priests |

Ordained









students at the Hurd



hie.

WO DEC RES

GaeTS Boost Kor
‘Tourist

‘Trade

NI
‘
1 iu
nd
Ben Moore (r) ave hore seen dinteivuting Christmas wifte | wth
al Behool, James Mtraet, yesterday, The disteibution « fie 4 ii
avole by & choir of 14 Dilind stadents ‘5
Plane Crashes
| rgy wm Hu
CHARITY | With I FOO ps { e

OnXmasLeave On
| parcels were distributed

Memorial School yestet.|MOSIS LAK, Waslinwin ; ort 4
of Christmas Carols whieh} ih ind

Gow eens :
er Mr. Harold lock , + Glob

wivate artist

clipes
fhore han 100

loverseus | Chu
idents were given & Week's) two and « halt hi tradi
choo) by Sir Allan a jloday and an A Won f Fe
on Association in wid of the |*it “man hee bbe Au batt i”
fhe huge ship dewey " ;
‘ daw wr
amined to th flan
ber ff the ‘ cnn tee | Sp ge thee io j ro o AY
were Misys Vietty Arne,

Evelyo, | The plane ws part

tepne port service
je. Others present included Mrs | weigh” to bring
veen Ward, Mra. Ken Moore,!|
jievd. Clameneon, Viewr of Ube

Bed Vicetiian
for Cirisimas, The crasi

Canes Need Sun










Wout 640 " sid al
i yon the Baplst Chureh, MMBlong o half beter thu loiter
UNITED NATIONS | ine ickherin, The Kevd, Clemen-|, e i burning ‘ ‘ ' quite
New York, De« lessed the ville before Uiey; ; ' ot the
Tite United Nations Sper at| were re distributed | A dul oft ier a Cf ; wing
> Politugal Comittee descmnrednied The tion, Biv Allan Collymare) Vurce Hore eaid thot 7 el the 5 7 We now
last pigiit the establishment of alin Opening the function sald He) ambulences and medion) inv ‘ cone
22-nation committee to study the| was glad Ww be present, 204 GF \the aren were Aisnuters i { , My Fred thereat,
g Problem of sdinitting Japan andj pressed tie hope Vet everyone) scons WA f vie re
Oher “prave loving petions Lappresest welld enjoy the pte U.P FOR, VHA te Alvin wi hay
the world organization in an at-| Brernine ie wi Hat W ne Cares
poem to dircumvent the Pusejaer Hie paid wibute to Mr, Moek’s| io were wokinu ry good
initiative without whieh he said v4 Wlontes ve confident that the
the fovi n he ised the| ere would have been no cele! I dlice Kecaplure ny crop seann WI be & gd
} , a K jl, and they were! ie thou ‘i y teh teach
2 a € x , eratetul to his for his of ecu " J ( ‘ ‘ i hua
to bhack 14 rt nising the funetior PCAC Coosyviel ubes
f p tian uf pare! ‘ ‘ heen planed Ww
a ‘ _ jor POW. OF ‘iD ; ; mt
an “ riz wage dea: fang a aaa lb
— Hen Moore | vii
, ow ‘ ‘ Ward whe ong with
4 ‘ y ew iter wt inorning fhe
or ‘ . ex wat They ef trees
. “ wr resus on partal a ‘
r ” re my { ‘ ‘ Jutenle would " . ‘ «
7 Oe A ‘ witt tor ‘
t Seana ; ‘ ‘ ) tf Chegerh ; | .
e % t ' Spountaneuus WMlort Athair wa Wie. py f » .
Last nigh ‘ be aletl vahthe | Shopping Days
‘ ri ‘ oftin Ww thet omy wo“ ‘ |
pitting to’ eamer + sande mee ne f hefore Xmas
mn * re, tt Id : }
o gates { Gu rer) ¢ A the Seeretary
wd wb theretore te hewg vipa | -
Notion PP oe te i
Wise Arne | Vi QRALEIG ‘
a
ma Aoole H IHDUSTRIES
Shaw for th j
“ Grenada Govt. | os to baw rie
' re ff
l, ,
Aatines
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ow : MEMBERS Only $1.50 } AFRICAN TREASURE”
i AND Dd Ree a4 ee OPINIONS PLEASE!’ Co. Ltd., of Roebuck Street, and heard
. NORTHWEST TERRITORY Rediffusion every Sunday 4 hard at work-—arguing!
& OLD 1 Kirt GRANT > CHINOOK” The} From left to right Viscountess I , Bancroft, Colonel Oliver, Mr. 1
: s Y AR FESTIVITIES iT OPENED he - sthell (Announcer), Mr. Idri Viscount Dar ad ¢ nander Daysh (Guest).
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T | IS EXCELLENCY the Act This Afternoon Kor Christmas
: A DESK DIARIES | Governor and Mie Ture: eps G PENDING. the Chron
4 h h d = accompanied by Capt. W. R. Arm- | he P B days in Barbados are
° Strong, Private Secretary, will at : : ; Mrs. C. E Percy of Tot
he Parbados Aquatic Club Prison Severs gt Mire, CR. Dore i sepee
tend a concert at Glendairy I ‘ were atrivals on Frida
to-morrow night. ' B.W.1LA. and are gue of
, 0 : ’ 3.W.LA. and ¢ guests o
= (Local & Visiting Members Only) PLASTIC STAND. For B.C. Holiday Druegists’ Examination \ Knight of 110 Ree
: | i EAVING for British Gu 1 ; SYNO St .
pee St y B.W.Lé tiss M* rip age Mr. Pe As
| — y ‘sane ™ pee E iday by B.W.1.A. was M of Sc or~ li ercy is .an As
i DINNERS will be served between 7 and 9 p.n 2 ADI Ot ‘A TM s7 TATIONERY. | Veronica Lashley a teacher of the 4 C ch h ial eacher at Bon Aceord Gove
ic oe ’ (December 24th and 31st) e E Seventh Day Adventist Schoc | atic i . theo ent School
; b | Fa — TING She has gone to spel eve , matey Lucky Number
& PRICE $3.50 4 Special: No Mat. Shows X-mas Eve @ X-mas Day. 8.40 Shows ap usuel GRE s ee hee aah i “ay x dation aes S30 eee Won
‘ s as usu ‘
PL MENU: CHRISTMAS EVE: : TODAY ¢ 440 6 a 820 & ted Shows Today Today & Tomorrow ’ Back From B. GC... ul e Bo Foundatior Hercules bi¢ycle which
im Fruit Cocktail ier = | athioane ?â„¢ sett? & 8.90 pam Are you remembering R. G. F. SHARP, Administ: druggist in raffled at the Exhibition on beh
: Consomme Julliene > Jane RUSSELL as TREASURE |S Tens Christmas Night with tive Secretary to the Dire: ie of the Table Tennis Associatior
be Roll dl Stuffed. Flying Fish = MONTANA BELLE | vohonsy, Shemeia as | fo ee PAY Daneing to the Music of ||| tor of Civil pom. to in the C for Brooklyn sas mt se Visit
; artar Saute mA: t e Boy» | Pz, wpe | Sn £ bean Area, returned from RS. RUBY HINDS er N BARBADOS on ; shx
2 Raunt Murkey Cranberry ‘Sai S i (rucetor) ne Jungle Boys | ajAleets “Smith | Panama & his Trio tang ct Wicwiary. ee" M zs a ae Be i . i ae erie eae a
pres York Han > Mon. (only) 8.00 p m James : Oliver after a short holiday visit. B.W.LA on Mc ay the Secretary to the British We
me _ Xmas Jug Jug = poxs.t Opie 1a/s werteee’s Brat Finn 1 Annual Dinners U.S.A Suerto Ri Mir indies Sugar Association H
& ree oe Yam e A pom. Kirby CE RRITORY nat } Chez Tâ„¢ Modern High School Olt H * former esident >of prrived aoe on Wednesday |
a. ‘arrot Ring * “GRAND CANYON ee and | Tue only) 4.45 ' ) Scholar Assoviation dE Hall 1 ne to iein h 1s é from his headquarte
& Plum Pudding Hard Sauce . Richard ARLEN and OMINGOK ns “he 7 their Arst ; tual redinioh di ar 1 M E Hir : n Trinidad and is a guest at th
& Vanilla Ice Cream — Wafers é “OUTLAW Cot xrey Mon & Tues Mason itt ) ey dee Acttt tgs fii farine Hotel,
A Raisins and Nuts La RUE st. JOHN| “STEEL fist =| _ SEVENTH VEIL SEAN [ERR night. Covers were laid for .
= pe ages Z Fr ao Tutt ONGHOwN & | Wed. to Friday old scholars ifler 20 Years M" WOODLEY ANTHONY
te MEMBERS ore avked kindly to make their reservations = | Wild @Bill Elliott oF ve a aaa On Friday evening Y.M.C.A. hi A - as: TEOR) ore . meee. Fiat, Bt.
wi éarly as possible. Dial 4481 we | GRAND XMAS oe A vuawrve 4084 --- Hastings air annu a ainner at the M ne + londay a WL eee . was a passenger
& DANCING from 9 p.m. (December 24th and 3ist). ‘3 “a WAYNE | omnte Saye ST Gear — eomeor te ea eo. < satel a i elene ats 0 “He ee co Age .
ui re . : ‘ ' 5s > » ——— — as . . atenp pend six . . > as rt Sit.
i - MUSIC by Mr. Cc. Curwen and his Orchestra = “WIG JIM MeLAIN BIG HWAYMAN Pat : Labour Adviser to C, D. and Vi a : izriculture
ie: Spot Waltz, Statue Dance, and Balloon Dance, for BRIDGETOWN E OISTIN b Christmas P. ies RAR TER B INE
& which Prize will be given; also DOOR PRIZE to ee Dial 2010 ora oe 2 rm rg st an Parties ill } Vi PETER BROWNE who
a the holder of the Lucky Tiéket anti . mR Holia ay i HE Christ Church Baby \ ” passed through here earlie
ve APTRACTIV : a “ . : ! fare League are having t tle ‘na in the year on his way from the
[2 eee GLOBE Festivities || szst ois Ran a a OR EAS rain ck ge
3/- a 4 y afternoon at the Chris; Ct ae " , ‘eal ime he wi 2e spending a
AW : Atmshouse, “= r holiday before returning to the
GE NG NEN 55S NEN NSN NN RS THIS EVENING 8.30 P.M MONDAY 5 & 8.30 al The Children’s Goodwill Ls Last Here in 1922 Imperial College of Tropical Agri-
PPE PLDPLENRD®D®O®®®® @®Y@O®D®VD PODDV®DDY®OO®® OOOO do are having their Christma AA RS. JOHN CARTI € culture where he is doing a post
; —— THE STRIP and GLORY ALLEY ihn -annue’ aa. Mi ce, Merchant #Fduate course in Agriculture,
¢ each auanioehraiie i Olympia’s Dance 5 Street, arrived here on " Returning Tomorrow
: " - CKEY ROONEY VER. 800 people are ex n U.S.A. vie ARS. KED. .
3 LESLIE CARON —~ SALLY FORREST c LU B sere bs thank Co sW.tA. on her MAR. one Cee yee
Hi TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY — 430 & 830... Christmas Dance which takes pl ae left in 1918. East Indian Cricket Board of
3 PINKY d WAY OUT . the Drill = all on Decembér 25 arent a last here Sen ae expects to return. to
; a an NO M O R G A N Music is by Perey Green’s orches- De ending six, Trinidad today after spending
$ : tra and dancing begins at 9 p.m a guest of Mr.° about three weeks’ holiday on her
$ RICHARD WIDMARK — LINDA DARNEL There will be a door prize and a Clarke of Palmfifirst visit to the island. She will
4 eee ees vee and members ars i a Her husband, ankjbe accompanied by her cousin
® asked to bring along their invit; ns Jamaica, LongM@Mrs. Virginia Beddoe wt e >
o Siniag Beddoe who came
® SSS a eran peter er tions. f Dr. Lisl over with her. They are guests
3 Holidaying With Family rnor Mat Silver Beach Guest House
; ROOBAL THEATRE $ ISS DOROTHY FARM: tockley,
“« mn daughter of Mr. and Mi r Helidaying With Parents
2 , EMPIRE OLYMPIC ROXY 5 H. R ( nai : t Seen” bib a die ;
$ ) Today to ‘Puseday | TODUY to Monday | Today otis esa tan a ae ihe ikea A me op- YfISS JOYCE KNIGHT of the
. ~ f E | 30 & 8.15 ‘ . 5 day 4.30 ho , see Stesved srom ; ! r 1 YY : College
, C > a WUYS a P e€adsure 4.45 & 8.30 |Pepubi i ool ftepublic Action | "Universal Doubs ada on Thursday te spend a h¢ re canenday from the it Ma 7 a ace” ag
* Universal Presents Double Bud Abbott & day with her family ; Carter's brother- eo Peat, eae
s ‘ [BELLE Rex Allen Lou Costello Dorot! ho graduat w, Mr. ¢ rt Carte ; here on Wednesday by B.W,LA.
> to Dine at FRANCIS . GOES Sin ds ee SAIN’? HAY | nurse in May is Me BOR ot tee clal Se Bure , to spend a_ holiday with her
ip TO WESTPOINT) Vers Ralston lopam wagon and Royal Victoria Host feed aheeeat were, ove parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chari
Starring John Carro | “TRAIN | CODE OF THE : 7 Y e is Knight of Westbury Road.
z ‘ oe and LAWLESS Enjoyed Molic lay t Pak”
3 ones Bie ek At] ANGEL IN EXILE | apizong” Starring RS. 3 L. GOR omy y of his brother After Five Months
9 Mule J nn Ci _ MANAU NT) ais Geen M daughte rr pare 0 1 ft t I ‘ in RO. VAGCO BOTER | whose
> nus exit Adele Mara yaa “Bell eincrrew & aniee| on Friday morning for B.G. ‘af iB or 1 ‘ pyrene J arienan saree ~
us organ & His)\Tuesday & Wednhes-| Rey Barcro‘t | 4.30 & 8&3 spending an ce vable mont BR k F; er ; itis vuiana nion
= 5 , A | | > yi mon ae rom S oO Ve in ee ae ade
] Dial 3308 for Reservations Ore and ages day 6.20 & 815 [Tiesaay & we ii we Bs Amas Eve Stay here. Doreen is a Civil S A! Si U ot; ne cae pi aelap on —<
> ee Gay 430 & 8.15 IM rgaret i ek wood . vant attached to th ‘o-Operat ea : ree eee 7 IaDS OR: ETi~
e Midnite Wednesday; S#A HORNEY â„¢ nr io, ee and Debartment, Public Be iid Hit | ae interest of her C@y Morning by B.W.LA. after
ath (Xmas Eve) nee, fb ic 1 gues { HU NORY HILL anc EG, "She was bn-& a g firs. H at e, Wein pending five months’ holiday
® . , . , MeN matL| and , 2G. ‘She was on 6 months’ vaca- 7 Pinwe, . With her husband’s relatives at
Whole Serial TRAU HARBOR | oryrp fide tion, 4% months of w ‘ tt I mn College, return- . evar reiatives a
$ M lL N U I "UNOEROEA Opening _ Thur | With wa Xmas Night abent in Englan i "haa Jar aica. & on Wednesday via Pp orto Road HSE Oe eee
4 pening | hursday | Kane Richmond Sin Warne . . : bias siasa . ay he aq vamaica. ping b B.W.LA ere toad. She was accompanied by
: XMAS EVE DINNERâ„¢DEC. 24TH KINGDOM ci say Roy Bareroft isons mk Special Holiday Dinners con "%. toes by her aa r Treiator eenllinie her three children and her mother
; \ 1ere. ey were guests o ‘ -at-Law Mrs. R. Van Le :
“ ts ¥ 7 . sade = a hin tet Serial Tiel te Wed de ¢ | yoy s ie a : . xa Se tare n Lange of Bartica,
i Asenrted Baars iptouiiees Fruit Cocktail : pe bia eae akeubl Bt xpos ae Wednesday gy | ae 5 pe at almai”, Py Mi“: a ae REIS, Barrister- Essequibo.
—-- It's COMING rHE MOON | Abbo: ostello ee ect, St. James. at-Law, Trinidad, is nc Arri
¢ Minestrone Soup Chilled Consommé — in jUTMA WAGON. More Raffles idos short holiday re Recent {rrivals
7 sas a The Biggest Musical) Mid-nite Wednesda IT AIN'T HAY TRAIN ice 7 ais ay. se MONG the recent arrivals by
~ Ever made (Xmas Eve) and and HE Turkey and Christma of amor passengers arriving B.W sa
$ Fried Fying Fish, Cucumber Cream Sauce. Whole Serial ‘cope OF THE ARIZONA Hamper raffled by the Ne se en iesday by B.W.LA. M Ww. tee eee
$ Baked Stuffed Dolphin, Fine Herbs. JUST FOR YOU HAUNTED HAKHOR LAWLESS MANBUNT 2 ORCHESTRAS! Haven Welfare Association were °"4 lest at the Aquatic Club. ciated « i rae ‘Qptteia BBS0,-
; eee a aie any won by Mrs. I. Waithe and Mr. ‘Marine Pilot nei. of Boman come
wit” ; A metri of Port-of-S
> Macaroni @ la King. ’S A MERRY X4AS FANCY DRESS Sealy, respectively, R. GHORG tact. rt-of-Spain. He
¢ Canadian York Ham. OPTIONAL Here are some more of R GE MARSHALL can » be here until January
* shinai ’ ' aites 2 ; 2 & ne ilot of Trinids ar- 7 8 a guest at Silve a 5
BUT IT’S GOING TO BE MERRIER with Fesults of the Annual Bazaae rived Varin’, Pilot of Trinidad. ar- $88 8 duest st Silver Beach Guest
: Braised Leg of Pork, “Apple Compét. HATS—BALLOONS rafiles:--Mrs, Bayley’s sweet stall B A bi, NORE NS Tbe Origin lly Be m British G
Roast Sirloin of Beef with Calico Dumplings ° ice h ns RiMie—ict. David Prac ao A. for abou vk li i om Britis uiana,
; Roast Wouisiena Turke?, Cranberry Sauce. GLOBE $ XMAS a | a | NOISEMAKERS Mrs Edy > H te iu ME ame) (ee inied 1 a : . Fg be ~e : ne in Trin-
‘ omnteelinclingly ; 7 os. ifé and 0 iy hildrer a for the past twelve years. He
Betty Williams. Mrs. Jot yilt- * :
‘ vais . s y Mrs. John Wil Aj Sand is the son of the late Dr. J. S.
; og Vegetable ne Starting Xmas Day at 3.30 pP-uee. jams’ Raffle Slazenger racat tl * . eu * Medd of BG. and a nephew of
« ug Harvard Beets. . \ I nat : ; D ‘ ie . phew 0
3 Fluffy Rice Dinner :—: $4.00 eats y Master A. C, O'Dowd, car nT tg B w TA. Dr J. Nedd, formerly of the
4 3 ' oa cenlfilenete a wrist watch, won by Mr. Martin, Th heels aa tee rovernment Serv
sess sabiastata Dance :—: $1.00 Chin: ini ¥ ; ry ayins Carina nae ~ ace in B.G. who
Dainbbes Di Binle. baw he Mrs. O. H. B. Hill ane ps ictising his profession
a “ ; 7 r “nr ial 400 For Seante, aby moc ed dress, wor I Marshall i : u mn 1at colony,
ess, Browned Boiled MGMs Sing Suing” Reservations by ag oo an 2 bottles rum. Capt. A hall is oy = ln ‘ pt a Re pee: sreaé’s second visit
ance . won by rs cGuire. } sete en é 0 4 ~ sarbados. > firs ah
Plum Pudding, Bre wndy & Hard Sauce Glo Feelin: Mucioo! zuur¢ du sclleville. ten years ago ec ainecene OER
A'mas Cake. Mince Pies. eres | | em
Coups & la Royal A in 1) whee | 28m aR aan
Peataes ‘ainbow color ¢
inld & Silver Mints. Mixed Nuts Why not plan your ? C
Assorted Sweets > x MAS
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Assorted Hors D’Oeuvres. Grapefruit Maraschino
Sorrel Nl F A M I - T
Chilled Censomme Valencia Soup ST. LAWRENCE +
Py < - MAKE SURE THAT YOUR F 4
Fried Stuffed Flying Fish, Maitre D’Hotel XMAS BY VISITING T. R. EVANS WaEke fon CAN
King Fish au Gratin HOTEL GET A WIDE CHOICE OF GIFTS FOR THE FE
vanitctienssiites ‘ " a . \. FAMILY:
Savoury Lamb Patties ~ is .
Mawnan York Har, it will be $4.00 cane KIDS HER HIM
a P DOLLS SePUSINGS SHIRTS IN
Roast Loin of Pork with Sweet Potato in Apple Shell. nee BALLS DRESSES 4 Ruate SET
Red Ribbons of Beef, Yorkshire Pudding. ial TEDDY BEARS HANKIES TIES, BELTS, & SOCKS
Braised St. Philip Turkey, Chippolata, Cranberty Sauce. an BIKES = eres SETS UNDERWEARS
snetavenel s ¢ > UNDE TEs ;
; Jug-Jug. Shredded Beans | a glass of champagne é| PRAMS COFFEE SETS Areca
: Carrot Souffie. Creole Rice. r ® GARDEN SETS SLIPPERS BOW TIES
‘ ececreninn 3| XMAS DECORATIONS SHOES BRUSH SETS
4 Croquette : wrownes Parsley » 4 BUCKETS BELTS SLIPPERS
¢ por re oe Ruth and Peter | SO MAKE SURE YOU VISIT T. R. EVANS WHERE THE
z $ : _ R. RE IS SUCH
4 Plum Pudding, Brandy & Hard Sauce. | \ WIDE CHOICE & AT A VERY LO .
X’mas Cake Mince Pies. ae a Morgan eee
Peach Melba ware d %
; ; ———+ iw ¢ hope to s
Gaia & shiver sins Mixed Mute JEAN HAGEN MILLARD MITCHELL 9. .. i T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS
Assorted Sweet | a if See you at " "
1 . : ARISSE ‘ ‘ g yor TOR
@ Demi ‘Tasst wee more 4 ~ YD GH The St. Lawrence @| R SHOE STORE
% ree? PPPPOP POSS OR < \ AY apie an they f An M-G-M Picture ¢ Phone: 422%
np POPDPOO OPO VE PEP GOO GOOG-OPHOO-F-H-GHG-G. 9). 29-4H9-SOG0R record - -
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1952

NDA HPECEMBER 21,
AT THE CINEMA

It's That Mule Again

Hy G.





(rardening
Hints For

TH"§ WEEKEND, there is only one film for me to
tell 4 gbout, due to the fact that the Plaza has altered aceurs
its sc le so that “Montana Belle” has its last showing

tonight, and the Globe is having repeat performances of The rains in November, es-
“The Strip’? and “Glory Alley”. As a matter of fact, all pecially the heavy ones toward the
the theatre schedules are being changed this coming a of that month, must have de-
week so that the new holiday films will open on Decem- ae ae aan bo a
ber 24th. But more of that in next Wednesday’s paper ai work in the qareen eae tee
when my reviews will be out. :

fortunately excellerates the
And now for the Empire’s pic- ee ae a ee ee Be
ture—FRANCIS GOES TO WEST

" ° the time the sun comes out once
POINT. Yes, our old frie B.B.C. Rad head Staccato ee
gravel-voiced mule, Wher ee Be a Bog a 10 Seed sttention” But even at the
perspicacity have staggered many T ’ risk of neglecting the weeding and
two-legged creatures, is back in Notes cutting the first thing to do as tie
the third of his adventures with weather settles a bit is to get the
his young friend, Donald O’Con- F Annual seeds Pianted. This job,
nor. If you haven't seen Francis, Message from Her Majesty in view of the Horticultural Exhi-
it’s high time you did and this The Queen bition next year, must be tackled
farce is worthy of its predecessors. Chief of the BBC’s special at once, or the plants will not be
The story begins in a defense Christmas broadcasts will, of in flower in time. Its just as well
plant, where Donald O’Connor course, be the Christmas Message to make a note of the dates of the
foils an attempt at sabotage, from Her Majesty the Queen, her Exhibition now, they are February
through information given him by first official broadcast as Queen, 28 and March 1, 1953. I i i
P . ‘ t ’ é ! ’ . In planting
Francis. As a reward, Donald re- although she has had quite con- annual seeds
ceives a scholarship to West Point sicerable experience of the micro- ¢ ol , fs Sane ert Na
and, of course, Francis goes along phone since her first broadcast at oe —_ oe ones year after
too. Most of the tomfoolery of the age of fourteen during the year, and while its nice to see these
cadet life is included in the plot, BBC’s ‘Children’s Hour, ‘when 22 friends in the garden again,
from the hazing of plebes to the she broadcast to the children of yet its fun and rather exciting
off-reservation romance and it is the Commonwealth Her Majes- each year to try out one or two
Francis, with his awesome intel- ty will speak at 11.00 a.m. on "€W ones for interest and variety.
lect and urbane wit that brings an Christmas Day and a recording Most people prefer planting the
hilarious twist to all situations. of the message will be given later 29nuals who's flowers are good for
Among other things, he is an ex- in the day at 9.45 p.m, Special Picking, as being more repaying
tra-curricular tutor and his efforts beams will be put on for this area for their place in the garden. But
promote Donald from a seemingly for the morning broadcast, pos- 4 few plants who's flowers are
permanent place at the bottom of gibly in the 17 and 19 metre bands bright, and yet not much good a

his class to the top in a matter of but exact details will be ; “ i i

‘ > ‘ e an- cut flowers may still be included
two weeks. He also makes a good hounced over the microphone in borders or Rock gardens to
drill sergeant and gives his orders from London before that. help “gay up” the garden and add
to Donald in such stentorian tones i thie Sanat pe eee Nes
that he succeeds in wrecking a full Commonwealth Round-Up o is general bright appearance.

dress parade in its march-past the
Colonel in Chief! But it is as the
master mind of the gridiron that
Francis really shines, and though
the coach quite naturally begins
to doubt his own sanity when he
hears Francis giving him the tip-
off as to the correct plays, he takes
the mule’s advice and West Point
goes from victory to victory, with
the crowning achievement of de-
feating the Navy.

The picture is filmed at the fam-
ous American military academy of
West Point, with Francis in full

Preceding the Queen’s Message DOUBLE BALSAM is‘ one of
will be the usual hour-long round- these, who's flowers although they
the-world broadcast linking all can be picked and floated in a
the Componwealth, This year the bowl, are not any use for picking
broadcas takes as its theme the otherwise. Yet these double Bal-
Princess's speech of dedication on sams make a nice addition to any
ber 21st birthday and is called garden for their flowers come in

he Queen's Inheritance.’ Its such pretty and varied colours.
eras” peduladobike Seccons The plants grow very easily, and
everywhere apparent among the ae oon a
Commonwealth peoples.’ Details ~* seeds all around pro-
of this broadcast are not yet com- vide the garden with a continuous
plete but, as usual, it will link SUPPly of seedlings for replanting.

Stren ti Say oa the entire world including the Another advantage with double
ort fda DGeere = fighting men and relief workers Balsams is that when planting the
the ‘comically conrused young of the United Nations in Korea, seeds for the first time they can
plebe, ably stands up to all the Special beams -the same as for be put straight into the bed where
competition meted out by his the Queen’s Message—will be put,they are to grow, so dispensing
scene-stealing co-star. Altogether. pn jfor the morning broadcastwith the necessity of a seed box.
FRANCIS GOES TO WEST Which starts at 10.00 a.m. onff Another gay border or Rock

Christmas Day and there will br

POINT is a vefreshing and highly farden plant is the small variety of

‘ evening's entertainment. @ repeat at 8.45 p.m. The pro-S socks-Comb. This little plant is r
ew ee ee gramme lasts for a full hour and_good for picking but louie kotets
* & js followed immediately by thel nd is hardy and easily arown
Message from Her Majesty. P 5 ot Mie asily sr .
As I mentioned above, I will be P ¥ Another plant who's flowers are
reviewing the holiday films in Other Christmas ‘gay and bright, but which are no
Wednesday's paper. There will be Programmes good for picking is the Hollyhock.
two musicals and a melodraina

Hollyhock seeds too can be planted
Straight into the bed where they
are to grow. These plants when
mature, have very big leaves
here are a_few:, Sunday, 21st. which bunch considersily 8 they
9.00 p.m. Selections from Han- â„¢USt be given plenty of room by
del's ‘Messiah’ which has become P/anting them far apart. Holly-
a standard Christmas feature of hocks look lovely when planted to
the BBC; Wednesday, 24th, 10.15 Stow against a wall or in front of
p.m. Talk by the Archbishop of @ hedge. The flowers can be double
Canterbury; Wednesday 24th or single, red pink or white, but
10.30 p.m, (right after the Arch- when planting get local seeds as
hishop’s talk) Carols from King’s the imported seeds of the double
College Chapel, Cambridge, which variety do not flower the

The latter will be showing at the
Plaza, Bridgetown, It is “Big Jim
McLain” starring John Wayne and
appears to be an action-packed
story of the activities of an investi-
gator for the House Un-American
Activities Committee against the
Communists in Hawaii. ‘Singin’
In The Rain” at the Globe is, from
all accounts a sparkling, Techni-
color musical starring Gene Kelly
and Debbie Reynolds while “Just
For You” at the Empire is, accord-
ing to reports, a domestic comedy

Space prevents us from listing
all the special) BBC. Christinas
programmes which we_ should
like to bring to your attention but

: 7 A " sage
with music, starring Bing Crosby js also a feature of all BBC year. Even the local seeds are
and Jane Wyman, with Ethel Christmas Weeks; and finally, on slow growers, and take about six
Barrymore. Christmas Day at 7.45 p.m. the months from seed planting to

Religious Service, flowering. Most Hollyhock flower
spikes need staking, for if they are
not kept in an straight upright



Christmas Story from

HE DID IT Jamaica position they lose half their charm,
‘Caribbean Voices’, the weekly Stakes should never be much in
A Gambler who had to make a half-hour of West Indian prose evidence however, but should be

payoff covertly, wished to arrange and verse broadcast each Sunday Painted green and should be just

a method whereby he could place at 7.15 p.m. will also have a thick and long enough for the
a certain number of dollar bills special Christmas flavour on the plant they support and no more.
into ten envelopes in such a way 2ist inst. Th programme in- A good stock of neat stakes ol
that he could take away any sum cludes a short story by Terry various sizes are a good invest-

in dollars from 1 to 1,000, without Burke of Jamaica and is entitled ment for any garden for they are

‘The Spirit of Goodwill’ telling of constantly needed, and can be
spli ntents f any bs g antly n ed, and ca r€
splitting up = ee qa ae ec. % female Scrooge. The first half used again and again year after
one envelope. What = ae h of the broadcast will be a delight- year. A
tive numbers spi dol pac bills the ¢) hildren’s story, ‘Garden Ro- ~ A hank of raffia for tying is
artes rena eciag ‘ajomy paw mance’ by Eula Redhead of Gren- gjso useful to have at hand. Raffia
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from unfinished steers and aged
heifers.

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it will be recalled that last year
these were not so plentiful and
heucekee per complained of ex-
orhitant prices. Referring to this
column at the time, it was noted
that Guinea corn for jug-jug wat
carce and 36 cents a pint was
cing charged, Pigeon peas too
ere in short supply. The heavy

cost must be added all other mis- raincall had not been “avourable
cellaneous costs such as invest- {0f root crops. Housewives wert
ment labour equipment ete. To iying that good Barbadian food
discover the feed cost you want "ad become a luxury and only
(if you are a large poultry keep- ODtainable if one paid the price
er) to discover the number- of or 4 hotel meal. This year, the
eggs laid per 100 hens per day lower rainfall should mean bet-
and the number of eggs laid per ‘er quality in both yams and
hen per month. The quantity of Sweet potatoes. There were more
feed consumed will vary with the exhibits of both at the Annual
quantity of eggs laid. A hen lay- Exhibition than last year; the
ing 12 eggs per month for ex- yan in particulcr were of a
ample will consume about 6.6 re marketable size. There were
lbs. of feed per month whereas a some quite good samples of green
hen laying 21 eggs per month will vegetables from the higher levels
consume as much as 9 lbs. of feed but the number of exhibits wa
per month. The more eggs a hen «gain small. There was a better
lays in a month the greater will supply of peas and beans with
be the feed cost per hen perga goodly number of samples of
month. But the more eggs laid dried pulse black-eyes and
per hen per month the greater rouncevals. Although the prize
will be the price received from }jst only called for two pounds of
the sale of eggs and the greater each, many were disqualified for
fhe income over feed cost. Losses short weights. Pulse is so useful
of course detract from the total in the dietary where meat is
profit and that is why so much goapoe

emphasis is laid in these notes on It was pleasing to note that
careful sanitation. Keeping thing noultry raising seemes- to be on
clean will go a long way towards 4). oar natn @ ie ah a
preventing disease and avoiding ™ Speman Site amili¢ : WORre
costly losses. There ‘are certain * ‘¥'key may be out of the ques-
daily practices which will go a 0? well-fed chicken will
long way towards the prevention Prove equally appetizing

of disease entering the flock and , Whatever our circumstances,
toward the spread of disease if }t would be well to remember
it does enter, Next to dirty floors tat we are far better off than
and ground, water pans are the Many in other parts of a dis-
greatest source of contamination, turbed world, while the pilgrims
Your management plan should t® Bethlehem are not devoting
therefore include the following their main thoughts to food and

practices:

plenty of soap and water then Barbados a sincerely ha and
rinse in a solution of disinfectant @eptehted Christmas 19 land
of 1 tablespoonful to 1 gallon of especially those who, by their
water, Wash the feeders once each endeavours on the land, help to
week with soap and water and supply our dinner table necessi-

rinse in Disinfectant solution,



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

FARM AND GARDEN

THOUGHT FOR FOOD—By
At this season of the year, the
thought” often becomes “thought
times and advancing prices can produce crises in the
kitchen, especially in a large household where everyone
feels lured by the tempting items appearing in food ad-
vertisements. Opinions andvarguments are likely to be as
numerous as the tins displayed on grocers’ shelves

Agricola |
Id tabel “food for}
for food.” Changing

The lecisic usually boils

y ‘ Bow to th traditional fare,

POULTRY NOTES Turkce nd ha (to those who
db ean afford it), plum pudding and

ince ‘ re a must and round

Good breeding, sound manage r e Christmas menu is built.
ment, careful sanitation and good t various kinds are re-
feeding and proper equipment oirded as alternatives and sure
are the five ingredients for suc-'t(, fygure at dinner tables at some
eessful poultry-keeping, Sound period curing the festive season.
management involves the keep- Bul, the sucking pig, at one time
ing of records. Unless you know , feature of Christmas fare, is a
production costs you will be un- oxi, nowadays. And no won-

able to discover whether you are
making a profit or a loss on your

jer, whe

n one looks at the price





= oe 1 ham. Even a runt today
enterprise. This seems obvious | ay be specially reared to pro-
enough but many people seem tO dice a valuable carcase.
overlook the keeping of records “1, ineet the exigencies of the
and only have a hazy idea as to
. ‘ . Umes, there has sprung up a con-
whether they are making Of Jah demand for smaller tur-
losing money on the hens they ode enh bind pte ‘ keep. Every poultryman should ¢* anil tn aka cada f ay
keep accurate daily and monthly bs abs declan’ - ae rene uly
records of his flock so that he ne markets now offer birds in
may know at any time his cost of “essed halves. Capons often take
operation and also profit and the p ace,of turkeys, and a xoo0a
lebour income above cost. The ‘ i delicious eating. There is
key figure to discover is feed 72m lor developments in this
cost per hen per month. You Connection by local poultryrmen
will discover what income is over '0 satisfy an after holiday de-
feed cost, by multiplying the mand, especially during the tour-
number of eggs by the price re- season,
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cost from this figure. To the feed ably roasts of beef, demand for
. maller sizes has given rise to the
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| B.C.A. Defeats B.C.L:

By O. S. COPPIN

THE INDIAN Cricket Board of Control have
selected a strong team, in my opinion, to tour the
West Indies and it will be incumbent upon the West
Indies to select opposition worthy of the strength.
which the Indians will be able to put into the field
against them.

Hazare, a seasoned performer, will be leading
the team and there is no question as to his all round
ability. He has captained the 1952 Indian team to
England. He is no stranger to West Indies bowling
having scored two Test centuries against them in 1949.

The presence of players of the calibre of Mankad, all rounder that
has acquired such status as has qualified him for consideration among
those who compete for world supremacy in the all round department,
| D. G. Phadkar, another fast medium performer well known to the
| West Indies and to Imperial cricket, will admittedly constitute a
| 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 SUPPORTING CASTE
/TYHE men whom the Indians have chosen in addition to the regulars
include men of the timbre of Umrigar, a comparatively prolific
scorer On the Indian tour to England this year, D. K. Gaekwad, V. J.
Manjrekar, C. D. Gopinath, all Test men who are capable of giving
a good account of themselves

There has been some experiment with youth in the persons of
| C. Kasturirangan, 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 spinners.

With regard to the local preparations for the Indian tour, the
first effort was the B.C.A.-B.C.L, annual Inter-Association fixture
nag Py xe: at Kensington yesterday in a seven wicket victory for
the .C.A,

All along I had first commended the B.C.A. for having fielded
such a strong team against the B.C.L. that jncluded three inter-
nationals. This, I must repeat was a tribute to the unknown strength
of the B.C.L. who had given B.C.A. cricket such stalwarts as Everton
Weekes, Frank King, Conrad Hunte, C. De Peiza, G. Sobers and

company.
NOT DISGRACED

ALSO pointed out that even if the B.C.L. were beaten they would

not have been disgraced. They were beaten yesterday but they
deserve every credit for having made a match of the game in spite of
conditions which prevailed with which they could not of necessity
be ever familiar.

First of all there was an impaired Kensington wicket for the start
and this means much even to people who play B.C.A. cricket and who
shoula therefore be familiar with its vagaries and, secondly, the close
cropped spacious outfield of Kensington must also pose another
problem.

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 is permissible to men-
| tion this phase of the competition if at all we must give some balanced
| appreciation 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 Mins for the nine remaining wickets
today.
who turned out for the B.C.A., topscored with a very useful 70.



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FORCED THE PACE
ET 105 runs to make in an hour the B.C.A. forced the pace and

collected 115 runs for the loss of three wickets in the required time. |
Roy Marshall was free until he |

drove his head well up to one
from Rudder and was smartly
caught at mid-off by Rogers,
‘
C. De Peiza in an innings of
workmanlike precision top scored
with 46 scored all around the
wicket. He was strong off his pad,
he late cut to a nicety and was not
afraid to lift the half volley into
the unpoliced long field.

Everton Weekes, a model of
streamlined batsmanship, scored
42 that would have provided lov-
ers of the game with a Saturday
afternoon entertainment that
soothed the tired) nerve and
quickened our hearts with joy.

Clyde Walcott opened impress-
ively, but in fading light and h'‘s
obvious effort to close the issue
resulted in his mistiming a half
volley from Daniel and he was



applied tbe coup dé grace and the
B.C.A. had won the game,

INVITED TO PRACTICE
| F WHE Barbados Cricket Selectors met yesterday and they have chosen

28 players to practice in preparation for the visit of the Indian
team next year.

I must compliment them on including Frank Phillips of Spartan,
| who has been overlooked for some years now despite his performances
| during the local season, Gerald Sobers, a brother to the G, Sobers of
the Police Boys’ Club and now of Police has been chosen in addition
to his brother. It is obvious that his 70 yesterday played a great part
in the decision to invite him.
| George Gilkes, a second division player who has’ scored 500 runs
this season and who has taken 100 wickets too has been chosen and 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 must agree
that the Selectors made a very comprehensive and satisfactory selec-
tion except that one of these pacers might have been included.

INVITEES

PTE twenty-eight selected are as follows: —D, Atkinson, E. Atkin-

son, H. Barker, T. Birkett. K. Bowen, K. A. Branker, R. C. Branker,
C. DePeiza, W. A. Farmer, G. Gilkes, J. D. Goddard, E. L. G. Hoad,
| A. Holder, C. Hunte, F. King, H. A. King, N. S. Lucas, R. Marshall,
| F. Philips, G. Proverbs, S. Rogers, C. Smith, G. Sobers, Gerald Sobers,
| A. M, Taylor, C. L. Walcott, E. D. Weekes, C. B. Williams.

The first trial match will open at Kensington Oval on Jan, 10 and
continuing Jan. 11 and Jan, 15.

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Gerald Sobers, not to be confused with his brother G. Sobers |

was a chanceless innings during which he hit a six and eight fours. |

SUNDAY ADVOCATE

LECTS STRONG |



The fielding on both sides was
}good and the batsmen had no
worry as the wicket was a per-|
| fect one. a
B.C.L. Ist Innings

B.C.A. Ist Innings
R. Marshall c Rogers b Blackman 34
C. Smith ¢ (wk Clarke) b Rudder 6
C. Hunte c Daniel b Rudder ‘
C. DePeiza b Rogers 7
C B. Williams c Daniel b Rogers 3
Cc. L. Walcott b Rogers 56
E. D. Weekes c (wk. Clarke) b 2

Blackman “
N. Grant b Rogers f
G. Sobers ¢ Hinds b Blackman
F. King not out :
H. Barker 1.b.w. b Rogers et

Extras’ ‘ kad

Total: 148 |



—

B.C.A, DEFEAT B.C.L.

B.C.L. 91 and (for 8 wickets).......
B.C.A. 142 and (for 3 wickets)...

B.C.A. defeated B.C.L.
the ?ast day in the annual
which was played at Kensi
was given 105 runs to score
they scored 115 runs for the
B.C.L. who had scored 44 runs
for the loss of one wicket on the
second day, yesterday carried |
their score to 155 runs for the
loss of 8 wickets declared. The
attraction of the B.C.L, innings
was a splendid knock of 70 by|
young Gerald Sobers who went}
at number three in the B.C.L, bat-
ting order. C. B. (Boogles) Wil-
liams took three for 37 in 17)
overs and four balls. |

On the first day of play B.C.L. |
after losing the toss were sent in

and skittled out for 91 runs in |
their first innings. The wicket
was tricky and at the end of

play on that day, B.C.A., had re-
plied with 24 runs for the loss of
four wickets.

On the second day B.C.A., car-
ried their total to 141 runs and
Skipper Clyde Walcott topscored
for his team with an _ attractive
56 while Rogers the B.C.L., pacer
took five wickets for 32 runs in
the B.C.A., first innings.

(DAY, DECEMBER 21, 1952

WILL FOOTMARK MAKE IT

By BOOKIE





155
115

I read between the lines correctly then Footmark looks as if he will

i*

i ; > *k at the risunas meeting. 1
- waste , indeed stage a successful comeback at the Chrisunas ng
by seven wickets yesterday, ee that on Wednesday last he did six and a haif furiongs in 1,273 at

B.C.A.-B.C.L., cricket match | *; ‘

‘ Aree. , ee ; h easy stretches, this would
ngton Oval. The B.C.A. tearn Now on a straight course or one with easy str 2 Fe gpntaggeen
» in one hour for victory and | not be such a remarkable ume, but Judged by we Seeomaee. S saheakt

ss of th vickets. f box to box distance on the Garrison Savannah | tink 1t 1s excellent.
loss © Te - | ne Arama track is even more dilmculc to negouate tnan the Warrison







CYCLING IN 1952

By ERLE

markable one as far as competitive | and worry on this score can easily be forgiven,

This year was a re

cycling was concerned, The

of Barbados staged one Intercolonial meeting

cycle and athletic teams tc

abroad. This Association with Secretary, ore |
Rocheforde was also instrumental in getting ace cyclist Ken

Farnum on the Jamaica te
recent Olympic games in H
This sport of cycling is growing
in popularity in the island, but)
still there is much to be done for

the upkeep of it. Cycling has;
gained prominence in Great
Britain, France, Italy, Belgium

and even Soviet Russia.

In the early part of July a}
seven-man cycle team represented
Barbados in Martinique at a
Caribbean Cycle Meeting. The



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team was George Hill, David)
Grant (Holborne’ Boys) Lisle’
Carmichael, John Skinner, Dun-
can Keiser, “Flash” Brathwaite
and David Smart and it was man-
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President of the
A‘A.A.B. assisted by Mr. T.
Jemmott, Assistant Secretary of
the A.A.A.B.

It was the first time that a
team of local cyclists took part in
road racing ofa high standard
and although they hadn't placed
in any of the events, they gained
in experience.

In British Guiana

With the exception of John
Skinner, the rest of the team ar-
rived in Martinique with track
models and the roed faces they
entered in called for bikes with
special rims, derailleur gears and
special frame design.

The second representative
cycle team accompanied by four
athletes—David Innis, Hewitt
Rouse (Sprinters) McD. Lloyd
and Trevor Inniss (Distance men)
managed by Mr. Gilmore Roche-
forde left the island on July 28 by

the Schooner Timothy Van
Sluythmin for British Guiana to
take part in the B.G. August

Olympiad which was held on the
flat Bourda track.

The team was “A” class John
Skinner, Roy Sattaur, Darcy
Yarde, Duncan Keizer, “Interme-
diate’ Seibert Haynes, Malcolm
Carter, “B” class Tony Moore and
myself and Lady Cyclist Joyce
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Fall of wickets: 1—11, 2—11, 3--12, | and when a local horse does our box to box in 1.22 we sit up ana take
4~12, 6-0, 6500, Te ee ® 141} Lotce. ‘The distance on this course is 6 furlongs and 47 yards. That
BOWLING ANALYSIS 2 wimeans that Foounark did a longer distance in ume waica would be
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K Goadsra so. 9 /Himished his gallop. But I think there must be some hope.
L, Harding er em Next I see that Bright Light has been reimstated as a hot favour-
eee ane tel aeee 5 | ite for the Derby because she did four furlongs in 49 seconds in com~-
T. Hinds c Smith b Barker 15 | pany with Fluftty Ruffies. On reading this, one is tempted to inquire
G. Sobers lbw b Williams 7 | since when has it become customary to make horses favouries tor
W. Clarke ¢ (wk DePgiza) b Mar |, | mile races because they galiop haif-miles in spectacular time. If it
c Daniel stpd (wk DePeiza) b means that Bright Light has lost none of her abundant speed, which
sg arse E 14 | we all knew she had since she has been racing, all well ana good, ut
= et ‘Son twit DePeiza) | { cannot see that this one short gallop should make her favourite. 1t
* » Williams 2 | is as if the horses she has to run against will test her for half-a-mile
|L. Blackman ¢ Marshall b Williams 8 | onjy in the Derby.
*, eee, Oe oe “4 It is true that Bnght Light has not only shown signs of speed.
ee — |Over 7% furlongs against horses like Dashing Princess and We ike
Total (for 8 wkts. decid.) 189 | she won very handsomely, It is more, I think, than her full sister
Fall of wickets: 1—10, 2—5f, 3--89, | Sow Bells would have accomplished at the same age. But lately Bright
4—103, 5—136, 6—141, 7-151, &—155 | Light has been under a cloud and it will take more pes a mere half
pret re mile spin to tell us that she is fighting fit for the Derby: ;
ey ea a ee Her gallop on Thursday last over a mile was much More revealing.
H. Barker 14 3 33 1 \She was accompanied this time by Monro, a Governors Cup candi-
eee 6 i 16 - date, and the tume is said to have been 1.48%. This is com/ort-ble
€ Bo Williams 174. 4 37. 3 { time for 1 mile and we can tell little not having seen the finish. They
R. Marshal) 8 3 24 2/| finished .getuer and so many different opinions can be held when
Cc. L. Walcott Yur 1 | horses do this sort of thing at exercise that itcan be downright mis-
B.C.A, tnd” taniuss | leacing. I have known two experienced jockeys come to me after
R. Marshall c Rogers b Rudder 14 | a gallop and both claim to nave had the better of it.
C. DePeiza b Goddard 46 Meanwhile Colombus I see is busy running rings around poor
x ene ‘ipa Oe basits “+ | Chutney over six furlongs. The time of 1.22} is not indicative to me
C. Smith not out 3 , of anything special and I take it that Chutney cannot be very fit
Extras 3 | rather than that Columbus.is really too much for him. If Chutney
Total {for 3 wkts) “jis | Cannot keep up in a six furlong run in the above time then what will
happen to the poor chap when they run it on race day in 1.16 or
| Fall of wkts.: 1—30, 2—85. | thereabouts. I hope it is merely his sea voyage that has upset him
stil nat ind nothing more.
ey epee era R. w.| 1 have not heard anything much about Cardinal but I still feel
S. Rudder 6 36 1 | that both himself and Columbus will make a race of it with Bright
E eee : 3 | Light in the Derby. The latter especially should be much concerned
K. Gondard 4 29 1 | With the finish and I am looking forward to. hear an exciting one.
Daniel 2 9 1] The news concerning the Breeders’ candidate Apple Sam has not

| been good. I understandghe is suffering with a sting on nis knee

from a centipede or scarpion. This is not an uncOmmon occurrence
| in Trinidad, and if it is of any solace to his connections it might be
recalled that Bow Bells had a similar mishap a few days before she
won the Trinidad Trial Stakes in 1950. But I know just what. it
|} means to be told of things suth as thfs over the wireless telephone
Rgcing is packed
with more anxious moments than most sports I know of.

The reason for Ali Baba pulling up lame week before last has
heen discovered to be badly placed nails in a shoe. It will probably
set him back a bit in his preparation but the meeting is five days
1 he will have time to recover before it is finished even if he
is not fit the beginning.

; ; = cei i | I find I can work up little enthusiasm for the Governor’s Cup even
am which did so well at me] though it has 18 entrants. Kandytuft II is once again making the
elsinki. headlines. He was a hot favourite lost year when Fuss Budget beat
Skinner won the 15-mile cycl€| him and if he did not win it then with ‘light weight, I cannot see
race, the last event of the second) him doing much better with the extra amount he will have to carry
day, while Tony Moore sprinted | on this occasion. On the other hand there are no weight allowances for
away from the “B” class field”to| class in this year’s race and there will be no B class publicly unknown
win the half mile, Lady cyclist | quantities like Elizabetnan and Fuss Budget lurking in the shadows
Joyce Marshall had to be con-| just waiting to give everybody but their connections a surprise.
tented to finish second to Beatrice In spite of the weight for class allowance being taken off now-
Clarke who won in every event} ever, I still look upon the Governor’s Cup as a race much like the
she entered in. King George V and Queen Elizabeth Stakes. It comes at a time when

Seasoned Cyclists | the three-year-olds are at their péak and it takes a good four-year-
Again our cyclists gained the | old or aged horse to give them the allowance and beat them. This







McLEOD



Amateur Athletic Association |
here but sent |
» three Intercolonial meetings
Mr. Gilmore}



for



necessary experience by riding | ae re eta rn — at it may prove just the difference
with seasoned track riders like | Where Kand nr a aa Sai ad : ; oe
Compton Gonsalves, Ferdi De} andy met a filly with too much pace for him last

Gannes (Trinidad) Lindsay Gor year. he may meet an old mare with too much stamina this year.
, ¢ eg . , ~ © ar’ } ‘

ion, Laddie Lewis,—The Profes- | This will be Landmark. But she will have had to sharpen up on her
Sor it | speed since she raced here in November and in this respect she may

—Vine i alter Lid-} ; : ;
Sell ee mason. aiafh tiki just find the distance a trifle short. If nothing is wrong with Hellican

; ; io) 1. See. no reason why he too should not play a prominent part and
hard-paeing ~ Italians; Antonio fay pees Pit ae eeniy taeda }
; 4 = } o an early lez tw e-é z a
| Demicheli, Franco Cacioni and} 4" a pe a rly lead it will be all that Landmark can do
ae ann exception of three } Adventinus is a new one on the scene who takes the place occu-
“A” class cyclists it was the first pied by Kandytuft last year. It is left to be seen if she can bring
time abroad for the others. Added off the biggest prize in the South Caribbean for imported horses after



so short a time in the tropics
is these cyclists never had ; oe Ss. ees Ais
eae practice on the Bourda The inevitable signs of growing pains now that racing in Trinidad
track he result was that... they,| '* taking on such large proportions appeared in the form of an

advertisement by the



C. with regard to the attendence to the
paddock béfore race day. It is stated that one can enter the paddock
by pass only. With this regulation the last semblance of the village
meeting disappears and the Queen’s Park paddock will become more
businesslike than ever.

It will no doubt be received with mixed feelings although on the
whole it should be a good thing. The profesional hangers-on will
disappear for good but so too will the interésted but harmless spec-
tator. I should imagine they became too numerous in the end.

did not take the angles as neatly
as they should and thus their
chances of winning were greatly
diminished,

The Bourda track also was very
heavy on both days and big fields
on a four and a half lap to the
mile track presented another
problem, There were spills in
every race and some of the Ital-
ians were reluctant to start in big
fields for fear of the spills.

Considering that a track frame
could cost anything like £20 up-
wards, it did seem feasible
enough for them to clamour for
eliminations in all races,



ner, Lisle Carmichael and Lady
Cyclist Joyce Marshall was sent
down to Trinidad by the A.A.A.B.

The entire Holborne cycle and
athletic team and R. Sealy of the
Advocate’s Sports Club also took
part in this meeting. Our cyclists
did well and took the first places
in many of the events. Distance
runner Hill of Holborne was out-
standing in the field events.

A Manly Sport

Lady cyclist Joyce Marshal)
who found it difficult to outsprint
| Beatrice Clarke on the angles in
British Guiana, convincingly beat
Clerke and Jean Perry of British

Guiana in the sprint races in
Trinidad. Her experience in B.G.,
enabled her to do this, but still
she has much to learn,

Cycling is a manly sport but
there are still some who frown
on it. For Barbados to keep up
the reputation of J. D. Douglas,
“Jean” Barlowe’and others, our
cyclists must be given whole-
hearted support and help to take
part in major cycling events out-
side,

There is still much lip praise
and nothing else. I hope that
eycling in 1953 will be brighter
or just as bright as 1952,

Off the track the team had an
enjoyable time and the B.G. pub-
lic and officials are looking for-
ward to the visit of another
representative team for their 1953
Olympiad.

The All Stars Cycle Club of
Trinidad held their annual Sports
Meeting in October and again a
representative team in John Skin-



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5

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1, 1952

Carib Service

PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 16.

that discussions
Indian Airways Company o
of a new service on the
B.W.LA. feel that the act

clear.
No such service is even being

considered, since B.W.I.A, are
already erating on the route
Trinidad-Caracas-Jamaice three
services per week which com-

plete the journey in the lansed
time of seven hours,

B.W.LA. and B.O.A.C, are,
however, fully conscious of their
responsibilities in connection with
the recent resolution of the In-
corporated Caribbean Chambers
of Commerce calling for a direct
service between the Eastern
Caribbean, New York and Lon-
don. No definite decision has as
yet been taken on this represen-
tation although the entire subject
is currently under the most ac-
tive consideration and discussion.

New Haven ‘Hold
Christnxis Treat

due Auiuudl Ciisumas ‘Lreat for
the cNijuren of We New Haven

way Nursery, Sargeunt’s Visage, *

Cnrist Churcn, was neiq at me
Sargeant’s Vullage Community
Cenire on Thursday, Decemver 18.

The Hali of the Centre was gaily
decorated with balloons, flowers,
Streamers and a Christmas tree
with presents of toys, sweets and
ciothes for the children, Thirty-
two children accompanied by their
parents or guardians attended.

The party began at 4.30 p.m.
with prayers by the Patron, Rev.
Johnson, The President and Foun-
der, Mrs. Hall, welcomed the
visitors and spoke to the parents
and guardians.

The programme continued with
the singing of the Carols “Sleep
Holy Babe” by Miss Nell Hall.
Everyone joined in with “Good
King Wenceslas” and “The First
Noel.” A_ Recitation by Miss
Judith Gollop followed.

Mrs. H. A. Talma, Churchwarden
of the parish, made an appeal for
continued support -nd a ance.

The gifts of toys etc., were then
taken from the tree and given to
the children hy Lady Seel. wife of
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare after which a bouquet
of flowers was nresented ta her hy
Miss Daphne Ward, Assistant Sec-
retarv, Tho was
moved by Mrs. McD. Symmonds.



vate of thanks

Xmas Partly
The 93 inmates of St, Philips’
Almshouse were given a Christ-
mas party on December 18.
During the afternoon the Police
Band under Sgt, Archer played
Carols and Calypsoes, \veryone

was in a happy mood, singing
the carols and dancing to the
calypsoes. There was a_ large
Christmas tree from which the

inmates and staff received gifts,
which were distributed by Mrs
H. L. Smith and Mrs. C, L. Hut-
son,

Confirmation

The Sacrement of Confirmation

will be administered by the Lord
Bishop of Barbados at St,
Stephen’s Church on Tuesday

Dec, 23 at 8 a.m. 62 candidates
will be presented. They will re-
ceive their First Communion
immediately afterwards,

Xmas Carols

‘Pupils of Indian Ground wirls’
School presented a Chrisumas pro-



gramme on Dec. 16. ‘ine pro-
gramme included carol Singing
and games, There was also a

Christmas tree filled with presents
which were distributed to the
girls after the programme.

CYCLIST INJURED

Eustace Pilgrim of Maxwell,
Christ Church, while riding a
bicycle on Hastings Christ

Church about 11.30 a.m. yester-
day was involved in an accident
with a mule cart,

He was taken to the General
Hospital and treated for a cut on
his forehead.

The selection presently on our fleor offers a choice

IN VIEW of a report recently appearing in the press
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Overseas Airways Corporation and

the British
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POR SUNDAY, DECEMBER %, 1982

Look in the secon in whir h your
-irthday comes, and find what your
outlook is, according to the stars.

MARCH 21 to APRIL 2 (Aries)—Many
of the oldest adages are

Wisest tor ous
rent situations.

F’instance “Hast
makes waste,” “Better to be sure than
orry and “Where there's a will
there's a way,”

APRIL 21 to MAY 2 (Taurus)—Enjoy

the company of oldsters and
Eut be not too act.ve;
Vitality and nerves,
snedium!

don't

exnaust
Pursue

that happy





oungsters |



The last vestiges of the illus-
ion that motoring is a luxury, or
a hobby of the very rich, have
long since left us. Motoring has
now been universally recognised
as being, in one form or another,

to these fortunate
rather

year and few
we offer
ongratulations. )

As the very nature of Barba
dos and its road sy makes i
impossible to extract either pleas-

our jealou

tem t

the very keystone of our modern wre or profit ‘in any marked
existence — whether we individ- degree from motor-cars in the}
ually run a vehicle or not. Every high priced ranges, we will lay

jartiile we use, every pa.ticle of
}food that we eat, is at one time
lor another dependent on movot
|iransport, whether it is for the
| ertilizing of crops, for the con-
|veyance of raw materials to the
factories and the spsequent dis-
patch of the tinished a:ticles to

popular priced class.

Briefly, 1953 proving to
in no way ‘vintage’ year for
cars, in the sense that with one
or twe novable exceptions mar
facturers have confined | them-

1s

a





the consumers. s.lves to making Spire ag ete

The foregoing is just as true ™ents to models ‘ Ww nic a a .
for this island as it is for any ® eady proved their worth i
territory on earth, and in this} ‘eVvious years,

olumn we should like to touch Frobably, from our point of
jlightly and without going .nto view h re, the most notable ex-
}too much technical cetail © -eption to the foregoing general-
every aspect of the subject as it isation is the Austin Seven en-
affects our daily lit ined Morris .Minor, that rather
We motor for pleasure or bustle oie itt hybrid, which |
ness, whether we drive private §... resulted from the mating of
jcars, motor-cycles or commercial stin and Nuffield Organ
venicles, is The additional] horse-
| “— ie Ege due course to oe power put ead by this unit,
able to discuss sucn subjects as Combined with its rather pleasing
a ‘oak tan ey a: characteristic of being able to
;ditions an ir closely asso-

r ae produce quite a lot of torque at
ciated topic of driving technique

. A t relatively low revs, by com-
je si g a a eee s -essors
MAY 21 to JUNE 21 (Gemini)—rrech. | 12 =o far as they anny rarison with its- predecessors, |
nques and methods more importan, JMterest our personai impressions shoud cause delight to future}
chan getent we realize Approach in| of new types of vehicies arriving owners of this most successful of |
mail matte-s co! » a sli ‘ 2 .
ion we give is vital. "7° ™pres-/in the island, and to make men- post-war light cars,
tion of motoring as a sport and |
at *2 to JULY 23 (Cancer)—Avoid | the coutiibuiion which pro erly The Ford Motor Company is}
mot i i i r!
coming emotiona don't take too | 2 ize e sti ~ ? i > ! P , : ; ~or year
e € oltoring embarkin on its second 3
much to heart others’ personal | So eee 2 A g “4 h the . tstanding Consuls and
turbances. Remember always the powe: | Makes for the wei being of the ih the outstanding suls an
of prayer.

JULY %& to AUGUST 22 (Leo)—Som«
easy ways, some hard ones. What you
©, how you go about preparations, ane

your attitude in general are important
these days.

AUGUST 23 to SEPTEMBER 23 (Virge)
Be determined, but not stubborm or
recdless of others’ wishes, a like x
temptation now. Make your day one of

co-operative thinking and—act.on
SEPTEMBER 2&4 to OCTOBER 2
(Libra)—The “little” things may trip
you; the unexpected details By th,
by, how is your work system thes
days?

OCTOBER % to NOVEMBER 2
(Scorplo)—Don't wait till last minute

to do things you should be doing now
And if ‘rou can get some details out of
the way for the week, DO IT NOW!

NOVEMBER 23
(Sagitiarius)—It's a
you think

to DECEMBER
better day than
And wth a smile, a cheers
word a hopeful, determined-to-wir
demeanor you can accomplish much
Church first, of course,

oe

DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Cc:

‘apri
corn)—Review for

burpose of noting

how better to do. Treat this day fos
its holy worth. F

JANUARY 2 to FEBRUARY 2%

(Aquartup)—Don't crowd your day, but

don't dawdle. However, relax afte

church, And you will be fit fo

to-morrow’'s work,

FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces)
Set down some rules for idle hours,
If you have a busy schedule, be wise,

keep calm within, take things .n order,
ind—smile,

YOU BORN TO-DAY: Sagittarians
ten excel in athletics, politics, music,
irt, brokerage, real ectate, the military,
Clear insight, prompt action, astute
imbiton are highlights of this Sigh?
Be not annoyed at delays, and be not
forceful nor abrupt. Birthdate of: Benj.
Disraeli, Earl of Beaconsfield, Statesman,

ovelist; Albert P. Terhune, editor-
outhor,

f
of



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average motorist. Zephyrs, and has ironed cut some

In this latter connection it may of tie more noticeable teething
ultimately be possiole to arrange troubles, which were experienced
on a small scale a tally in this in these vehicles in all new
island, perhaps ‘similar to those models when first ap-
arranged in England by indivia- peared.
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In starting a column at this @ Tather pretty new sports car in
time of the year, we are for- ‘he form of the new Triunpn
tunate in being able as it were, SPorts, and we understand that}

to “begin at the beginning’—at Some of these cars will anprtly
least so far as 1953 is concerned, %@ joining the small and_ selec
We here in this island, in com- 289d of "sporting vehicles at pres-
mon with other members of the ®t to be seen on Barbadian
Sterling Area, have our activities "44s. .
curtailed by a phenomenon known Still on the question of Spor

48 a aollar shortage, and for this Cars, Messrs. Allard have intro
eason if for no other we buy duced a relatively low powered

onti¢ ar earner in th
motor cars manufactured in tn otential dollar earner i ‘

United Kingdom. Now in , , . the form of the Palm Beach Allard
United Kingdom the outstanding powered alternatively with th«
.otoring event of this year has Ford Zephyr 6 cylinder or ti

recently taken place—that is the 4 cylinder Ford Consul engine.

Annual Motor Show organized by
the Society of Motor Manufactur-
ers and Traders which takes
place every year in October
at Earls Court, and we can think
of no better way of 1

Miniature vehicles, potentially!
popular in these days of tight
ened purse strings, are repre-
sented by the Bond Minicar, th:
miniature A.C, and the Lloyd



- aunching the .atter being the English ver-
this column | than by skimming wionâ„¢ built at Ipswich and , not
lightly over the fare which Brit- als similar German cousin of the
ish Manufacturers have put on same name
the table for our new year’s en- " }
joyment, (In this connection, we Tha most significant happen- |

personally suffer from a Sterling ing so far as the British Motor |
shortage too and the matter is ndustry is concerned was cer

in consequence purely academic iainly the recent and ‘rather un

so far as we are concerned, expected announcement by the}
Nevertheless there are certainly Ministry of Supply of the virtual}
some fortunate souls among us freeing of the Home market for|
who will contemplate buying a cars, |
new motor-car during the coming It has long been the contention







of British Manufacturers, and is|

accepted as a truism by econo-|

mists, that the basic factor gov-
. ‘ erning the health of the motor}
Modern High School industry in general and_its|
° . capacity to produce good motor}
6d. Prize Drawing cate economically was a healthy |
and well nourished home mar-|

RESULTS. ket, and it has been asserted

Ist Prize of $240 P—1091; 2nd again and again in recent month
Prize L—1057; 3rd Prize F—1530; by leading lights in the Indus
ith Prize W—1939; 5th Prize F— try that arbitrary export “quotas
359; 6th Prize F—1098; 7th Prize and restrictions of home sales |

&—42; 8th Prize C—1514; 9th

Â¥ 5 ve ~, Will have a stifling effect on the}
Tit peace ae — dg industry in general and ultimately |
| 1642. isth " Brive. B1040; Lash, on its capacity to prodive



SUNDAY ADVOCATE

B.W.I.A.Deny New fhotoring News~
nost emphasis on vehicles in the |

be |





Prize I—1974; 15th Prize N—-1645: vehicles for sale at competitive
16th Prize T—1758; 17th Prize V Prices abroad. =
|—757; 18th Prize R—1271; 19th AS the Minisiry’s announce-
|Prize V—1657; 20th Prize A— ™ent was accompanied by an in-
| 1962, crease in the allocation of steel
to manufacturers of motor
| vehicles the potentates of the
° several manufacturers empires
New Road will have every opportunity in|
the coming year to prove théir|
A road _ is being constructed point |
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| For many years residents in the wishing our motoring friends in
| village have been asking for a Barbados a very happy Christ-j}
proper road. Traffic and pedes- mas and a trouble free motoring
| trians will soon be abl@ to use the New Year
new highway. KEN DAVIES

And potential car owners—! This Christmas is an
excellent time to consider a new car for 1953, such
a car, for instance, as the brilliant CONSUL or
ZEPHYR,











DEC. 21 NO. 254

TOPICS

JOE & ROBERT 3













Three more days : then Christmas
The day for food song
For sor twil. be a short day
For others ‘twill be long
Some will fall sleep ¢ Wednesd
And wake Frid :
Askit all kinds of que
As though r Ki “ b
So . tart shopping Monday
Ar ta Y drinkir g too
The great 1 small t wether
With Robert, Joe and Lo
Some w Rive costly presents
OU of lower cost
Some will warm and cherry
Cthers ss Cold as frost
. e . .
ill eat ham and turkey
vw ual crust
t and steady



will simply fuss










Some will be sad and sonely
Others will ink and sing
Some will x and slumber
\nd to their armchairs cling
Home will be home for children
Those wh with to can play
Those without toys will reckon
Christma ust a da
ds they are not working
1s to them must be
long day of hoping
some work to see
will send Christr ecting
tings to friend and foe
lofty
. .
Some will rer etsy
ly on Christ
ven things a owing
That is the
ay wreath oved t

nay be
tw po
they. were alive



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" pork and beef steak @
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day is a holiday
that’s our advice
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That is the Christmas stuff
To all our friends and comrade
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We wish you joy next Thursday
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srinted by the Advocate Co.



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Sunday, December 21, 1952





-COMMONW E ALTH
RESOURCES

SO far as the Caribbean is
the most interesting of the very vague de-
cisions announced at the end of the Com-
monwealth Economic Conference was the
decision to 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 at all into an interpretation of
this very airy 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 this opin-
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 ter-
ritories had increased during the first half
of 1952. These liabilities which were
£556 million in 1948 had reached by the
end of the first half of 1£52 a total of
£1,042 million. It must be recognised that
the Caribbean colonies are not the largest
dollar-earners but they do contribute
‘towards the ingreasing 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. But
there is a second reason wich is being
recognised in Great Britain.

concerned

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 average for the third quarter no less
than £9 million or three quarters were in
shipments. to the Colonies. Even more
significant is the fact that whereas exports
to the sterling area as a whole were £14%
million below the monthly rate in the first
half of the year exports to the Colonies
are running about £5 million above.

The British West Indies are listed after
Malaya. British 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 a greater part of
their earnings.

The development of Commonwealth re-
sources may be expected by the Colonies
to mean the development high on the list
of Colonial resources. But even when
this interpretation is given there still re
mains the questions: what
if the Caribbean, what resources?

One eould hazard many speculations in
this connection but it should be obvious
that the claims of African and Asian colo
nies will rank more highly than those of
the Caribbean (with the exception possib
ly of British Guiana and British Honduras)
because those countries have greater 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 finance 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 expected to do more”.

colonies and,

Much it seems is expected of a new com-
pany which is to be formed to promote
development in the Overseas Common-
wealth and the 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. Tue sum
total of sterling funds available for devel-
opment of Commonwealth resources will
be limited by the amount of savings and
the surplus in the balance of payments.

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 a Development Board. The
new company will assist through its par-
ticipants and contracts in providing ready
access to British industrial commercial and
financial experierice,

Barbados might be better advised to
make use of the facilities which are to be
provided by the Company instead of
creating an expensive devely pment struc-
ture which could only be staffed by some-
one) with much less experience than that
available for the rope sed new compa

At. this stage the full significance of
new-company cannot be appreciated, an
the meaning of development of Cecilie.
wealth resources also awaits interpreta
tion» but the main factor affecting both is

obvious: There is a shortage of

sterling

for Such development.







SEAWELL

IF THERE is one saying which might
be said to have guided Barbadians for
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 discover at
once the names of three or four govern-
ment departments which are in one way
other the object of public or 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 be spoken. .No
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 Seawell Airport
from a rather shabby collection of spraw!-
ing huts into the tidy and well arranged
airport it now is. The terminal building
in some respects offers better facilities
than are 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

or

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 Miss Nell
Manning is firmly establishing itself.
Through the opening made by the porch
a garden of cacti and succulents, thanks
also to the same supervisjon, is becoming
an object of attraction. In the grounds
too trees are being planted. The complete
renovation of the waiting room and bar is
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.

NEW LOOK

THE NEW LOOK which has been given
to the Barbadian literary magazine Bim,
is a welcome sign that the editors of that
publication realise that erities of the old
cover were actuated by a desire to see it
prosper.

Bim as many critics have pointed out be-

fore has suffered from an excess of friend-
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
a 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 to discourage the efforts of the
pioneers responsible for the publication of
Bim, English readers find much more to
interest them in its pages than West In-
dians who have grown up amid the scenes
and situations which West Indian writers
depict, “Every line written to-day” writes
Andrew C. Pearse in an interesting ana-
lysis of 36 short stories appearing in Bim
Nos. 9—18 (in Vol. 2 No. 2 of Caribbean
Quarterly) “if not slavish copy and artifi-
cial journalism is important, For even
when of inferior quality, it is for the read-
er another day's journey on a voyage of
discovery into a strange little-known
archipelayo whose islands are separated
by class, race, colour, language and geo-
graphical | distance and the reality of whose
interiors is masked in familiar European
forms and framed within the said prosce-
nium of Colonial Government.” These are
sentiments which can be understood by anyone
who has visited a country for the first ‘time and
who tries to get under its skin, to hear its heart
beating in the pages of a novelist or writer of
reputation. Those who love reading will at first
regard any writing which serves as an irtroduc-
tion to a new country with enthusiasm but
longer residence in a country often leads to re-
vision of opinion and books or writing which at
first impression appeared to be important to the
reader lose some or all of their appeal,

Good literature transcends national differences
and no good literature has ever resulted from
gazing inwardly upon one self for inspiration,
Not every West Indian reader of Bim will agree
with every statement which Andrew Pearse
makes in the article mentioned above but he

makes it quite clear that the reader of this maga-
zine has a right to “look for an advance toward

greater maturity and certain minimum stanc
ards.”
West Indian crities of Bim and some English

critics have, whatever the methods of criticis:
adopted, always insisted on this basic right. The
change of cover alone is not a sign of maturity
but it is a welco.ne sign that the Editors do not

obsetinately resist change and are capable not
only of Accepting praise but also of benefiting

f those who recognise
Bim’s pioneer status but who hope to see it
attain greater maturity than it has reached so

far. If its sales increase with this
cover will have been responsible for
several new subscribers.

the

attracting

SUNDAY ADVOCATE



Sitting On The Fenee

By NATHANIEL GUBBINs

What about having a cosh boy
in your home for Christmas? The
idéa occurred to me after reading
a report by a London magistrate
on juvenile courts.

In one of these the chairman
paid the fine of a young tnug,
called him a naughty little fellow
and wished him a happy Christ-
mas

If this is the official attitude
towards thuggery, then every
right-minded citizen should help
oy entertaining at least one cosh
coy during the jolly festive season,

t 4 ee

Here are son#: hints on how to
make the naughty little fellow
feel at home.

The Christmas tree should be
hung with coshes, daggers and
bicycle chains.

All crackers should be loaded
with small hand grenades. This
ought to make the Christmas din-
ner go with a bang (Ha, ha.)

On Christmas Eve, Father
Christmas, an old lag from Dart-
moor, should fill the cocth boy's
stocking with firearms, jemmies
and explosives for blowing up
safes.

Christmas games should
played with marked cards.

Have plenty of old ladie. stay-
ing with you, Cosh boys can’t
resist old ladies. If you want to
make the boy happy you must
let him play with his toys.

Have an ambulance ready
take the old ladies to hospital.

When the cash boy leaves, the
morning after Boxing Day, give
him a £1 note and wish him a
happy New Year

If he knocks you senseless with
the cosh from the Christmas tree
and takes the rest of your money,
you can at least tell yourself (if
you recover) that you have given
a poor little social misfit a ‘happy
Christmas.

P.S. If you would rather have
a happy Christmas yourself, either
don’t have the cosh boy, or hire

be

to

a fly-weight boxer to dress up as
one of the old ladies and see what
happens.

my Real Self By Her Highness
Queen Lottie, The Davil Cat.

I am glad to announce tnat. at
the enormous expense of 2 Ib. of
rabbit (4s. 2d.) and a chicken
gizzard, J have obtained the exclu-
sive rights of the life story of
Lettie the Devil Cat. Queen of The
Dustbins.

Queen Lottie calls her story
“My Real Self,” and in this, the

mgst vivid, topical, and revealing

royal story ever printed, she will

write of her remarkable life with

intimacy and frankness.
* *

She will tell of —

Her first romance with the
tough, battle-scarred American
cat, Manhattan Mouser, and the

anger of local cats at their meeting.

Lottie’s first impression of Man-
hattan Mouser. “Althougn he
wasn't quite the gentleman, he was
gay and reckless and his whiskers
were divine.”

The secret dustbin tryst, when
The Mouser first declared his love
for the young queen, and how
she boxed his ears.

The full and exclusive descrip-

tion of Manhattan Mouser as a
Stitor. (Tnis is guaranteed to be
clean.)

The Mouser’s remark to a friend
“She's certainly got what it takes
and has the swellest little chassi*
in the English speaking world,

Her grand tour of the tiles with
The Mouser and how he taught
her square dancing on the flat
roof of The Sea Nest.

What romance with a like
Manhattan Mouser means toa
young and beautiful girl, (This is
also guaranteed to be clean.)

“My Real Self,” beginning next
week, is the enthralling personal
narrative of a simple girl awed by
the whirlwind courtship of a fas-
cinating, if unprincipled, he-cat.

To avoid disappointment, order
your copy in advance.





cat







Do you sometimes
are not appreciated; that you are
not properly rewarded for honest
endeavour; that your genuine
desire to do your best and give
good value for the money you earn
is not noticed by those who bene-
fit by your efforts?

If you feel like this, remember
the story of Ranby Lovely, the
six-year-old black and white cow
that -broke the world reeord for
butter fat production last week.

Ranby Lovely has never boiwer-
ed her pretty head about rewards
for honest endeavour,

feel that

Modesty, and without a thought |

of personal gain, she has producec
in a year enough butter to provide
rations for 283 people, Indifferent
to praise or blame and conten
with the same rations as othe
cows she has done more than he:

duty.
Yet fame has come to her un
sought, Photographers and B.B.C

television camera men were ther
to record her triumph,

If you do your duty modctl)
and patiently, like Ranby Lovely
fame may come to you as you si
on your office stool. Any day thé
manager may give you anothe)
ledger to look a’ter.

Although your triumph wil! no
be photographed or televised
you, like Randy Lovely, will have
the satisfaction of knowing you
work is appreciated even if, like
Ranby Lovely, you get nothing else.

“Virtue is its own reward.’

Once quoted an industrial lord

“And those who ask for man)

rises

“Are certain of some sharp sur
prices.

“Cortentment with your = 10
allows

“Efficiency in men and cows,



“And those who grumble, nar}
and sneer

“Can get the hell right out o
here.”
And don’t forget in any crise

To do your morning exercises

—L.E.S

A Miserable Christmas

By GEORGE HUNTE.

In Mr, Gay’s London A. P. Her-
bert writes, “those of us who affect
a pious discontent with the world
as we have it, and are inclined to
doubt whether we have made any
real ‘progress’ within the last cen-
tury or so might study these re-
cords (the proceedings of the Lon-
don sessions of 1732 and 1733)
with advantage.”

I was reminded of Sir Alan’s re-
mark while perusing the Globe

| newspaper for 1852 in an effort to
| discover what Christmas was like
| ior our ancestors in Barbados 100
years ago. It was not happy.
Cholera was raging throughout the
Caribbean and in Barbados deaths
from yellow-fever were frequent.
The Globe of Dec. 23 chronicled
the following sad events: “At High-
aate of yellow fever Mr. W. M.
French aged 24 native of Oxford-
shire, schoolmaster and catechist
during 15 months residence: at
Collymore Rock of yellow fever,
pl 4. Col, John Doyle O’Brien deputy
Quarter Master General to the
| Forces aged 45, leaving a widow
and five young children: at Hast-
‘ings Village of yellow fever Mrs.
Hutton wife of—~~Hutton Esq. Mr.
and Mrs. Hutton had lately ar-
| rived here from Ireland.”
| It was going to be a thoroughly
Christmas for many
families. Tne Glove in its main
editorial reflected the general
gloom which had been increased
ty the late news from England of
the death of the Duke of Welling-
jton. “That the season will be one
jef such general hilarity and un-
‘alloyed happiness as- it usually
j brings with it we fear we cannot
venture to hope: the face of many
a dear relative whose countenance
j heaving with youth and exhibiting
promise.of long life’ graced the
testive board—contributing to the
| joyous mirth and material enjoy-
tment of the family circle on simi-
{lar previous occasions will be
missed in more than one domestic

} miserable

}home; whilst the reflection that
the enemy yet lurks amidst us
fail to operate a great

eannot
| drawback on scores, nay hundreds
, of others who are wont on each
{ return of the period to the glec-
some tide of gay rejoicing which
sweeps the declining year towards
the ocean of the past and along
with it the mony cares, disap-

pointments and else which marred
its progress.”
But the real horror lurked at

sea. There at anchor in the upen
roadstead of Carlisle Bay “where
it is an impossibility to fumigate
co overhaul here and close to a
shore where from whatever cause them



Our

Memorial Fund
To the Editor, The Ad eocate;
SIR,—The Methodist
in the
their

Churches
Ebenezer Cireuit present
of the
to inform

compliments
on and wish
public of their grateful thanks
for help and co-operation, Mr.
Cc. R, Yearwood of blessed mem
for twenty
Teacher

sea-
the

four yeers
Shrewsbury
He toiled

wy was
Head
Boys School.
edly as Teacher, Social
Preacher, Musician,

We have opened a fund for
ome form of Memorial and de-
help. Donations may
the Head Teacher
Boys School

of
unstin-

Worker

sire
sent to
Shrewsbury

the Minister.

be
of
or to

S. WINSTON C. CROSSE
“Christmas”
To the Editor, The Advocate;
SIR,—In just a few days and
probably the most -exultant day
of the year will have made its

appearsnee, Christmas, bringing
with it it’s many wishes of hap-
piness and prosperity, and intro-
ducing .a most hilarious element
s again knocking at our doors to









be cordially sxcted by many
cheerful hearts and to be vehem-
ently resented by many “scrooge-
like 1€s,

The most mome event in
the annals of creation i dor
edly the birth of Christ, and vet
it would be overwhelmir
surprising to know how many

us would loathe to celebrate
such a marvellous occasion
It may be thought to be supe
to prepare .so lavishly

a single day, but those of us

ay

ee





- looks

- yet delicate,

there is a local influence predis-
posing to fever” rode the unhappy
ship of war Dauntless, with six-
teen officers and 70 men victims of
the fever. The Globe thought it
not presumption to suggest that
she ‘should be run immedigtely to
some port where she can be placed
on dock or alongside a wharf and
be enabled to put ashore every
soul now on board of her. ..where
this can best be done whether at
Antigua or Bermuda or elsewhere
it is not for us to say”.

The atmosphere of death was
reflected in the list of books adver-
tised by Wm. Drumm on Decem-
ber 28rd. Prominently displayed
was Heavenly Recognition or shal!
we know our friends in Heaven
Also Copland’s State of the Soul
after Death, Heaven or the Sainted
Dead, Baxter’s Saints Everlasting
Rest, ‘Drew on Immortality of the
Soul. Rev. John Klanvill’s Mourn-
ers Companion, Bushe on the Pre-
servation of the Body, Gilbert
West “The Resurrection” and one
for the anti-Papists “The Finding
Out of the Romish Fox.”

I wonder how much comfort
readers of these volumes derived
from the notice in the Globe of
December 27th about “Mr. How-
ard’s white succedaneum for fill-
ing decayed teeth however large
the cavity.” Not much I should
imagine, despite the blurb about
the patronage it received from the
Queen and Prince Albert: Much
more exciting was the news that a
fat ox—a very superior ox will be
sold on January Ist, at the Market



place, price per lb. 15 cents hind-
quarters and 12% cents fore-
quarters.

Quarantine regulations must

have been very difficult to enforce
in a harbour jn which there were
barks, brigs, schooners, sloops and
steamers from Liverpool, St. Vin-
cent, St. Lucia, Trinidad, Bristol,
Newfoundland, Dominica, ‘Nor-
folk, London, Demerara, Grenada
Tobago, Orinoco, Bermuda, Prince
Edward Island, Patagonia, New
Haven, New York, and Plymouth,
North Carolina.

There were efforts of course to
cheer the people up. A full column
advertisement on page one of the
Globe of December 23 proclaimed
the benefits to be derived from
Dr. Leidy’s Sarsaparilla Blood
Pills and his only. “Be not per-
suaded,” our grief stricken ances-
tors were warned, “that other
Sarsaparilla blood pills are the
same as Dr, Leidy’s. . . Eat, drink
and live as usual and pursue your
usual occupation whilst taking
them without fe ar of taking cold

Readers

mean a motion she
deeply as to why
preparations are
made. If Christmas day were
spent as any other day, if there
were no rejoicing, exultation and
revelsy, -there would be no mark
of distinction, and its signific-
ance would be readily lost, sc
that the twenty-fifth (25th) day
of Devtember would come and so
and many of us would forret
that that was the day on which
the Saviour of the world wa





share so ld
thi more

suth extensive

born. It is only the mind of the
niggard that accommodates such
mean ideas and scotns such fes-
tivity. To disregard the celebra-

tion, thanksgiving, and munifi-
cience that €hristmas imposes, on
us, would be to deviate from the
course of tradition ard to dimin-
ish the dignity with which the
day had been crowned,
However, some of us really do
enjoy ourselves, though too often
we allow our enjoyment to go to
the extreme. Men have been
commonly known to take copious
quantities of rum or some other
relatively strong beverage until
they become totally inebriated,
and of course, one’s enjoyme:
then restrained
discomfort experienc

Every child, relis
thought of



is





Scietins us and
forward to ceiving great
gifts from Santa ~- Claus
hought of receiving gifts fror
iystical a source gratific or
nough for the child whos
iculties of comprehension
but one
be soon ©r 1
tion of the child is





and much ct
hes even the I
» Barbade

, port and

during all kinds of weather... .
Do not gripe the stomach anc
bowels.”

Mr. J. W. King of the Baxters
Road Bakery had good news foi

l.wers of Soldier Bread. This was |!

btainable at 4 cents per lb. ang
customers were informed by ar
advertisement in the Globe thai

‘ |
regard to cleanliness as it shall be

kept free from bodily perspiration
The establishment can be inspect-
ed at any time.” Industrialisation
had reached Trinidad before 1852
ond. the Cruger and Leotand steam
chocolate works in Port-of-Spair
was exporting several varieties of
chocolate prepared in Trinidad for
sale in Barbados and elsewhere
Vanilla No. 1 was sold at 60 cents
per Ib, and No. 4 at 20 cents. Thx
length of ladies dresses may bx
gauged from the advertisement ot
Crossbar dresses 8 yards each. 1
was fortunate for the poor bread-
winners in those days that the
prices ranged from 67 cents the
dress upwards, although there is
no indication that the sky was nol
the limite of the upward. There
was a constant supply of ready
made clothing for men including
“paletots, blouses, coatees, anc
black cloth pantaloons of new
style and well made always on
hand.” Men's Paris hats could be
bought for 90 cents up to $5 each
New family beef of superior qual-
ity had just landed in time fo:
Christmas and was obtainable at
he Ice Establishment. One hun-
fred and fifty firkins ‘of butter
were landing from Cork and there
vere 100 boxes of first quality
American cheese.

For those who could enjoy them-



elves that miserable Christmas
with “the enemy lurking in their
midst,” there were 25 cases of first

quality champagne;
English

50 hampers of
potatoes; Westphalia
Hams, 10 quarter casks of very
superior s ry Wine from Bristol;
sugar almonds for Xmas cake and
bloom raisins in layers.

The ingredients for a happy
Christmas were there but accord-
ing to the atmosphere reflected in
the Globe of December 23rd and
27%h many people would have
spent the joyful season in 1853
with a copy of the Mourners Com-
panion or some other sad volume
obtained from Wm. Drumm’s
bookshelves. Even the Annual
Bazaar in aid of the Ladies Asso-
ciation for the relief of the indi-
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On his long voyage across the
Atlantic in 1647, Ligon amu
himself by observing the heav-
ens and studying navigation, At
last. he reaches “this
island of Barbadc
Having despatched our busine

happy

we got leave to go ashore to thé

little island, which was at the en-
trance of the Pry, where we
grass for our horses and
and this we made into hay. Thi
work was quickly done with the

ut
cut

cattle,



help of the abundant sunshine.
When it was perfectly dried, we
stored it in our ship, this being

jour last job. And so, we weighed

anchor, hoisted sail and steered
jour course for Barbados, leaving
Bernardo (according to his own

desire) behind us. We had but two

degrees to the southward to vary

dn the running of 620 league

westward, St. Iago lying in 15 and

Barbados in 13 degrees and 30
inutes to the northward of the
ne.

There are seven more islands
Which are called the islands of
Cape Verde, viz. St. Michaels, St.
Vincents, St. Anthonies, St. Lucia,
Bravo, Fogo and Soll; some of
Which are much larger, but none
@s considerable as St. lago.
> As we lay at anchor in the en-
trance of the Pry, at sunset we
perceived, between the sun and us,
the island called Fogo, which wa:
at such a distance that none of us
Could discern it all day till that
hour. So, when the island was in-
terposed between the sun and us,
We saw it perfectly shaped like
half of a sugar loaf; the upper half
cut off even and in the midst of
the top of thdt a smoke and fire
rising from which we guessed it
took its name,

About the 10tr of August we
put out to sea, and as we sailed,
we left the island on our starboard
Side and did not part with the sight
of it till we discerned a little town
Mear the shore, which, we were
fold, was the best in the island.
2 place meant to be the chief port

r all traffic in the island, but by
means of a great mischief that

ips were subject to in that har-
Pour, it was almost totally desert-

, for the sea there was so rocky
@t the bottom and the rock
thick together, and sharp too, that
they cut the cables off near to the

so

“anchor, and so the anchor is often

et at the bottom. There was a
tchman who stayed there three
days and lost two anchors.

* From this island to Barbado
We account 620 leagues by reason
@f the constancy of the winds
Which blow seldom in any other
eet than north east and by east,

ey have usually sailed it in six-
fen or seventeen days, for that is
the time of the Tornado when the
Winds chop about into the south.
But we were somewhat retarded
fin our passage and made it in
twenty-two days, though there
afe many who have made it in a

longer time. For during the
rnado season, the clouds inter-
Pose so thick and darken the sky,
to such an extent that we are not
able to make any observation for
@ forthnight together. And so, be-
img doubtful of our latitude, dare
mot make the best use of our sails,
for fear of slipping the island.

Haying passed it, one can hard-

beat it up again without put-

g out into the Main and so by
painful traverses recover ourselves
to the East of the island, and then
fall back again to the due latitude
Upon it at 13 degrees and 30 min-
Utes. Besides this pains and loss
of time, when we miss the island,
Many times we ran hazards by
falling upon the Leeward Islands
am the night, with which the Bay
of Mexico is well stored,

In this long reach, (which may
be called a voyage in itself) I had
Only two things to make the way
Seem short. One was pleasure the
@ther business. That of pleasure
Was to view the heavens and the
beauty of them, in’ which were
Objects of such great glory that
the inhabitants of the world from
40 degrees to either pole can never

witnesses of. And this occurs
fat the time when the Tornado is
with those of that Latitude where

‘we were. The clouds were ex-
haled in great quantities, some

1952

A TRUE & EXACT

HISTORY,

Of the Ifland of
BARBADOES. |

By RICHARD LIGON, Gen.








thick and gross, some thin and
verial and rolled about with great
and lesser curls. The Sun then and
there far brighter than with us
here in England, caused such glori-
ous colours to rest upon those
clouds, as it is not possible to be
believed by those who have not
seen it. Nor can imagination frame
so great a beauty.

Ths reason is that the near-
ness and propinquity of the place
we are in that makes us see the
glory of the sun and those stars
which move in that Horizon much
more perfectly, than at a further
distance. The proof of this I found
by looking on the stars that ap-





pear large and bright to us in
England, which, when seen here,
co not only lose much of their
light, but also their size. For
instance, there is a little. star
called Auriga near the Charles

Waine, which in England I have
S*en very perfectly on bright
nights. But at that distance, I
could never see it in the clearest
night, though I have often at-
tempted it. And upon my return
to England, I found it I had
left it. This argues that it was no
decay or impediment in my sight
that made ma lose it, but only
the distance of place,

I do not deny that a.better sight
than mine may see this star
Auriga at Barbados; but then so
good a sight may see it more
perfectly in England than I can,
and so, the comparison holds. But
another reason to prove the celes-
tial bodies brighter at a nearer
distance is that the moon being
near the full (at which time it
fives a great light) I have ob-
Served in the night, having
watched for two hours or so,@hat
when the clouds are in a fit po-
sition to reflect the beams which
the moon sends to the place where
you are standing, you can see a
perfect rainbow in the night, But
that does not happen at all times,
though there be clouds for the

ams to rest on, but only such
that are in an angle where these
beams reflect and meet in a just
point.

Divers
found on
in our horizon
and among them
called Cruseros,

as





constellations we
southward, which
are never seen,
one which we
This is made up

new
the





of four stars which stand almost
square, or rather liks the claws
of a bird’s foot, and the seamen

told us that two of them point at
the South pole, as the painters
of the Charles Wain do to the
North Star. But the south pole
cannot be seen by us that come
from the Northern parts, till we
are under the line, and then we
see both north and south, as we
do the sun in the morning and
evening at six and six. And this
much for pleasure,

Now for business,
this. To inform myself, the best
wny I could of tha account the
Master and his mates kept of the
Ship’s way, for compass, card
and log line, together with the
observations at noon by that ex-
cellent and useful instrument the
back-staff, by which we know to
a mile the Latitude we are in
If we had an instrument to find
out the Longitude as perfectly,
every man might guide a ship, that
could but keep an account.

To the knowledge of this great
secret of the ship’s course, many
gentlemen of our company ap-
plied themselves very dilligently,
for the master was not forward to
communicate his skill to all that
wers of his men, And to such a

it was only











proficiency we were grown, that
we lay a wager with the boats-
wain, a very good seaman, upon
the first’ sight of the island of
Barbados. He said that we would
not see it until the afternoon.
or the late evening. We said that
we would see it before noon.
Whether it was chance or our
skilfulness, I know, but
won the wager, which was a
couple of very fat hens. We got
them dressed and ate them as
soon as we came in sight of the
island with a double joy. First,
we had won the wager and next,
we were so near our Wished har-
bour.

do not

we

The nearer we came in sight
of this happy island, the more
beautiful it appeared to our eyes,
for that being in itself extreme-
ly beautiful, wags best discerned
and best judged of when our eyes
became full masters of the ob-
ject. There we saw the high large
and lofty trees, with their spread-
ing branches and flourishing tops
which seemed to be beholding to

the earth and roots that gave
them so much. sap for their
nourishment, as to grow to that

perfection of beauty and largeness
whilst they in gratitude return
their cool shade to secure and
shelter them from the sun’s heat
for without it would scorch and
dry away, so that bounty and
goodness in one and gratefulness
in the other, serve to make up
this beauty which otherwise would

lie empty and waste; and truly
this vegetation may teach both
the sensible and _ reasonable
creatures what it is that makes
up wealth, beauty and all har-
mony in that Leviathan; a well
governed commonwealth, where

the mighty men and rulers of the
earth by their prudent and care-
ful protection secure them from
harms, whilst they retribute their
pains, and faithful obedience to
serve them in all just commands.
And both these, interchangeably
and mutually in love, which is
the cord that binds up all in per-
fect harmony. And where these
are wanting the roots dry and
leaves fall away and a general
decay and devastation ensues.
Witness the woeful experience of
these sad times we live in.

Having now come a distance of
two or three leagues, my first
observation was the form of the
island in general. It is highest in
the middle, by which commodity
of situation, the inhabitants with-
in have these advantages. A free
prospect to sea, pure fresh air
and breezes from the sea, The
plantations overlooking one an-
other that the most inland
parts are not barred or restrained
the liberties of their view of the
sea by those who live between
them and it,

sO

For, as we pass along flear the
shore the plantations appear to be
one above the other, like several
stories in stately buildings, which
afforded us a large proportion
of delight. So that we begged of
the master to take down those of
his sails that gave the ship its
greatest motion, in order that we
might not be deprived all of a
sudden of a sight we were all so
pleased with,

But our cattle and horses (who

were under thatches and there-
fore no partners of this object)
having devoured all of their

fodder, were now ready to come
to the necessity of eating shavings





SUNDAY ADVOCATE



PAGE SEVEN







Four Merry Gauchos at Sea | A XMAS GIFT!

Ernesto Uriburu (Arthur Harker 15/-)

Seagoing Gaucho by

By IAN GALE
It has happened to people be-





fore First they buy a compass
and then they have to build a
boat to go with it. That was how
the Soft Ketch Gaucho was
born.

iesto Uriburu, a First Sec-
retary at the Argentine Embassy
always had the idea of escaping
on a long cruise somewhere

he says, he



Even from childhood,



had a mental picture of sea-life:
“It had something to do with
teak wood and canvas mixed
with the smell of seaweed, fish
scales and mussels ‘a la Pro-
vencal.’ Tar, rum, tingling pieces
of eight and profanity rounded

the image.

When eventually he left Buenos
Aires with three friends as crew
he found that sea-life on Gaucho
was even better than his dream.
As he said when asked about his
trip: “All we had was fun all
the time—plenty of wine, the
most delicious food (I cooked it
myself), sleep in the sun, songs,
and girls, you'know, of all sorts
in every port.”

Despite the difficulty of re-
trieving his crew from the arms
of the girls, in each port Uriburu
made an extended cruise from
Buenos Aires to Africa, through
the Mediterranean to Suez and
back to Gibraltar again,

He then decided to retrace the
first voyage of Columbus, so he
sailed from Cadiz bound for San
Salvador, Like most yachts
making the trade wind passage
across the Atlantic, Gaucho rolled
a great deal. “In bed, “writes
Uriburu,” I gauge the severity of
the ship’s pitching by the En-
eyclopaedia which sleeps on a
shelf above my bunk. On a really
rough night I bounce high enough
to read Tome 22—Utah to Wyom-
ing. If ! ever got up to Tome 24,
I would be on my way through
the skylight.”

In comparing the conditions
under which Columbus made his
voyage with his own crossings-«
complete with radio and charts—
the author concludes that he
would like to pin some posthum-
ous roses on the breast of the Ad-
miral of the Ocean Sea. “1 don't
have the Admiral’s moral prob-
lems either, “he notes” Members
of my crew, of course, make fre-

quent threats of throwing me
overboard; but I can blandly
ignore them, knowing full well

that they are not fools enough to

want to do the cooking them-
selves.”
And so these merry seagoing

gauchos went on across the globe.

From San Salvador they went to

New York, and then returned to

the Argentine via the West In-

dies. Gaucho actually stopped at

Barbados for a couple of days to

replenish her tanks with fuel, but

the author says little about the
island except that they “knocked
around” a bit.

This is not a serious cruising
book, but it’s excellent and amus~)
ing reading. May all sea-going
men have as much fun as the four
Gauchos!

The Colonial Police by Sir Charles
Jeffries (Parrish 18/6) |
This is a book that every police- |

man will want to read

The author, Sir Charles Jeffries, |

which were plained from deal
boards, which was the next things |
to be thought of. Deadly hunger
caused such lowing and bellow-|
ing among them that their cries
stopped the master’s ears, and
the smoothest and most per-
suasive language we could use,
could not force a passage, so we
had to put in at Carlisle Bay,
which is the best in the island,
There we found riding at anchor
22 good ships with boats plying
to and fro which had oars and
sails, and which carried commo-
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spirit of unity and of common ser-
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forces in the West Indies was due
to a well justified fear on the part
of the governing classes.

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few will quarrel with the author's
opinion that: “The British have
taken many useful things with
them when they have gone out to



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end yecord that they took nothing

which was to have a more pro-

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1! They have listened to tales of to do with a return to the ’2

} 1 LONDON. New way with separates: white Two new colours were on dis- woe and cries of horror from the ane an ‘ing tes —_
| { There’s nothing extreme about heavyweight shantung, tailored play this week—imperial violet people determined to get their Tyne Soins ——- eacher Eve
i! the new fashions. Apart from a into a shirt-blouse with Chinese and bronze. Stoles and matching word in, and the crackling of we m4 a tee Veeaaiy one
1 | tendency to show styles inspired collar, six-inch deep stiff cuffs gloves had been made up in toffee papers from one regular hnicka Tastes Peeshiie hans
| by historical costume, designers finished with four black buttons. imperial violet satin, Bronze attender in the public benches. eee eee Senne. noe

the days, and tangos match the mood.

are mostly following familiar lines This is partnered by a “crepe@ bead jewellery, including earrings They have heard about
carried over from last season. tweed” skirt in black with narrow and necklaces, had been specially hard times of wives deserted by

But there is new detail in white horizontal stripes. designed to go with bronze organza mean-minded men, the dangers i the ; . ‘
glenty. Consider the sheath dress, ns ; evening blouses and skirts. of easier divorce to home life, sponsible te yo Po ye a. a
illustrated. Its new details? The | These collec tions culminate in — 6On6 of the leading members of *he, plea that husbands should Seg ame : me Seed eyo
round, U-shaped neckline, the a tie ure” showings 1. the London Model House Group, b¢ forgiven just one little infidel- ane. denote prey 8 oe
tiny cap: sleeves, and the hand- janien: 3 tlie eb leae Starke had a considerable trade it¥, and. so on, and so on. They opiate little ba Be me _
embroidery. The muterial is dark ‘ection, f say ctoran crinoin® with Commonwealth and foreign have heard nothing that isn’t as think) “Plink. Plonk. Plank.”
grey tropical-weight worsted, evening skirts; Edwardian-in- old as marriage. nink) ink, onk, Plank,

. spired dinner gowns; ‘Regency This happens to be the twelfth All agree that the postage-

Silk prints are back again. In Buck” suits with cut-away jacket _. royal commission set up to delve Stamp-sized floors, of the night
“modernistic” designs, they will fronts and mannish waistcoats; Will be on sale to anyone, not 7 10 something or other in the clubs do not make good stamping
be worn for next year’s big and the 1920’s look lingering on ™ercly to an exclusive clientele, past five years grounds for the step-step-step-
occasions, for Ascot and Royal in the middy (waistless and hip- Pi Li One bright. day someone is STOP movement, and that tangos
Garden Parties here, and for hugging) line. (Please, dear de- ipe Lines going to appoint a Royal Com- re better bets for palais patrons.
similar forma] outdoor events signers, couldn’t we have a really — pipe-iines—the new style trous- mission on Royal Commissions. However, from ringside_ table

overseas New Look—not ust historical ,.. |; te i oo - . view I find them much more
be vith tapered’ legs—are draw- Biography restful to watch than that foot-

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the middy jacket and slim sheath Coronation year?) Sa aout tae Fn Mon oo Sa ee S90 Seer ae ae seraping routine the British us¢

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. ruit Salt” is the gentle corrective | hip-pocket, not on the lapel. And in his boutique, just opened, to and country shops, though, are still -I-did-it tale: Hildegarde Neff, o “han: ven. ware aeuan te
ment a to pang Se Sst Sear ENO’S is particularly | this: year they must be giant- coincide with colours in current sceptical. Germany, = — here from ouantiie which isn’t like you.”
witable for children—and for anyonewith adelicate stomach. ENO’S sized, star-shaped in rhinestones. collections. Hollywood this week: eae i Tahlia talaga
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heartburn arkd flatulence. It soothes and settles the stomach upset by @ yi 3 t aA
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9 | 7 ‘ ; a vlace where they know they can
Not so long ago travel was slow is courted the world over proves by PENSANT a quiet, clean, cool room, with Sas ee ‘| cooked
no S$ land laborious, and was chiefly that this view-point is the gen - ieee comfortable bed, (which a x ee coe Suen ~~
E- 7 a ts Seis ae : a ttress e and dé s al,
couaded to the: Ieirune? ish, and eralk Seat ot noney making grab thinks that ® Spring ee 3 o fre The food alone must t only
“4 e those who had to go abroad about Tourism to-day is in fact the + can skimp on value given for made of rubber foam) an i :e good, but hot meals must be
r\6é ° their legitimate business. World’s Sweetheart, and, make | anak hala ‘show neither auent changes of towels and act ook ery ee a. ‘They
; rul a In the lasv haxf century how- 20 mistake, with the world wide bistae nor imagination Just as hesyenet Pe ee eae must ‘be daintily dist for the
ever travel conditions have been Competition it is a sweetheart poyris . it quick < private bath-room with running â„¢\\ edo nN f food count:
soft re eee : “aie i inioeities ourist to-day find it quick and and cold water, It seems ®P pearance of food coun
A ihre revolutionized. and with the ad- that must be wooed ardently to * uae de hot an co: . , into: 3 ai » deftl
- , , wea, @ ‘ i : and easy to reach Barbados, so _ rfl to add that treme ndously, and must be de
irene ory = . r Don t let that vent of quick and comfortable be won. hey will find it equally quick and 2!most superfluous served. And they must be plenti-
rckcaac Mt SPECIALLY Air service, coupled with raised Even big countries with their ae ping aie if Seat ied don’t there should be at least one com- oar » Anc lust
No Nd RECOMMENDED 'standards of living, the whole Wealth of historical and cultural ibis ‘seri fortable arm-chair, a bed-side ‘
Toa | for IRREGULAR ACTION COLD take hold! [world has become travel minded, Tiehes to offer, lay themselves out P* / bans table and lamp, a service fell, Any Hotet that does not rank
r : to woo the Tourist and to make . What then are the conditions adequate space for clothes, and jj. food as of first importance and

| Air-travel has made it possible



SICK HEADACHE, Just a few drops of Vapex on your {to hop from one side of the them feel- welcome, that Tourist expect to find when a thermos jug of iced water, yet see to it that the guests thinl
ee handkerchief, and on your pillow world to the other in a matter .| How much more so must we in they arrive by plane or ship astonishingly some of these things well of it, is signing its own deat!
INDIGESTION, ete. a night, will clear the head in- lof hours, and hop people do. All Barbados try to please, who have at their sou a Te are often lacking, warrant as a good Hotel,
s this is reryds . . practically nothing except our ®fe important anc e o ; ; y g
Sold in bottles for stantly. Vapex relieves your cold jthis is everyday knowledge, climate and sea-bathing as attrac. Who has a Hostess of personality It is useless imagining that be- There is so much more that
from the first deep breath you take. But what is not always real- tions. We have to by doubly on and breeding to welcome its cause Barbados is a Tropical goes to make the perfect Hotel it

lasting freshness, our toes, and the chief respon- £uests, to show them to their island that running hot water in would take more than a_ short
stbility for this will lie with the Toms, and give them general the Hotels is not necessary, It is article to hold it all. But an)

Hotels of the island, information as to this and that, 4 must with overseas visitors, Hotel that has the foundation of

ized is that as a result, we are

Vapex is highly concentrated,
zi }constantly on each others door-

economical, and



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under the critieal eye of over- Jonger contentedly put up with tories and basins are kept as they is through his stomach and there there is still room for improve-

Pleasant to use. ee Ye eS PPnrEny ; gives these guests a good im= they are accustomed to it, and the things mentioned in this short

Where _ before sa UMERS ce ana Now it is not omy travel con- pression from the jump. The they do not feel clean without it. article starts off on the right foot,
Also the hile: tables heute aie, ab : ditions that have changed, living Hotel Hostess fills the place in a It is quite possible for every and will be well on the way to
Vapex Inhaler— the See of els mS Ky - standards have also improved in Hotel that the mistress of a home Hotel to provide it. making its reputation, Good repu-
Reny fer soelee preg ce if wel uae tage the last fifty years, and Tourist, fills. She will do numberless jobs, GOOD FOOD. is terribly im- tations are hard to earn and easy
rechargeable with }no priyacy. but ‘are liable ee especially those from U.S.A.— it is she who will inspect rooms portant. There is an old saying to loose, Our Hotels have wonder
liguid Vapex. ? . oe 7 > that land of comfort — will no to see that they, and baths lava- that the way to a man’s heart fully improved of late years, but

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| with other countries oe metal bados consider good enough, little upsets and friction that wil) Hotel or Restaurant has made a leys and hampers the building of
TRADE Mane | tedged to: he: weed tb. ‘ acknow- Granted, that to run a perfect inevitably occur from time to vig reputation on the excelleney bigger and better Hotels, othe:
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SUNDAY, DECEMBER



Act. Governor







_ At Coleridge-
: Pa r ry
: ison - Mr Chris ietnant, Head-

master of the Coleridge and Par-
iy Schobd! at the school’s first prize
ving of Friday, His Excellency
e Acting Governor said “1 have
Hever set foot in the Parry School,
but 1 spent two very enjoyable
afternoons at the last Sports Day
and the last Prize-Giving of the
Coleridge School and had been
looking § f¢ ard to maintaining
continuity it were, by attend-
ing the first Prize-Giving of the
amalgamated School of the Two
Bishops

For youth of Barbados
this is an age of Opportunity
and Competition. It is an age
of opportunity, since, thanks to
the improved facilities that are
provided for secondary educa-
tion and the scholarships and
exhibitions that are available
from sev sources for high-
i er education, it is now possible
for more young people than
ever before to proceed in due
% course to the University College

of the West Indies or to the

: foremost Universities in the Old
7 World or the New, and there-

after to reach the top of what-
ae ever professions the Western

World has to offer. But it is
also an age of competition, fiercer
than has ever been known be-
fore, and no one has a chance of







the
the




not profit immeasurably from the
liberal education which this fine
new School of the Two Bishops,
under a Heacimaster with a bril-
liant academic record—-I must say
that it refreshes my heart to see
the red silk of an Oxford hood—
will provide. My advice to the
pupils of this School, irrespective
of whether they are destined to
reach the pinnacles or not, is
as follows: Never let book-
learning become the be-all and
end-all of education. There is
much more to education than
that. By itself book-learning
can even be harmful, for con-
centration on books to the ex-
clusion of everything else nar-
rows the mind and makes it pay
too much attention to the theore-
tical and too little to the realities
of life. See to it, therefore,
whether you are outstanding at
») work, or just average, that you
"} do your best to become an all-
rounder and to derive full bene-

; fit from every aspect of your life
at School. Join a Boy Scout troop
Sif you can, for it will develop
self-reliance, initiative and a
spirit of service to the community
which will serve you in good
Hstead and be of tremendous bene-
fit to the Island, as well as to
yourselves, in after life. Use the
Library and do not let the books
rot on their shelves. By reading
s many books on as many differ-

a

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t

sent subjects as possible you will
*broaden your mind in a way that



Sewill not
» content
worm
pyour

be possible
to be

if you are
merely a book-
in class. Do not turn up
noses at work with your
hands or at learning a craft, for
they may prove to be useful
) strings to your bow in after years,
~~ Above all, do not expect to be
*sspoon fed, and learn to stand on
byour own feet.

» I am_ indebted to
aster for sending me an
Wadvance copy of his speech and
for letting me know what was
store for me. It is indeed,
Mirguable whether a Schoo} Speech
ty ay ought to be converted into
sort of debating society, but I

m sure that, in choosing to say
what he did, the Headmaster did
expect me to sit supinely by
fithout comment, As the physics




the Head-



Asters say. “to every action
‘there is a reaction.” So be it,
In the first place I should like
touch for a moment on the
Sofficial mind,” to which the
eadmaster referred in terms
hat were hardly flattering. Far
oo often the official is represen-

e as a scaly monster with ink
in his veins and a mixture of ice
Sand wool in his brains. That
» -} creature is, in fact, as mythical
as the Gorgon. Certainly I have
not come across it in Barbados.

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reaching the top, however bril-
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tenacious persistence. By the very
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SUNDAY ADVOCATE



re Than Book-Learn ing

GAMES AT CHRISTMAS PARTY



OVER 60 children enjoyed themselves at the Christmas Party for poor children which was staged at

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;

Queen's College yesterday evening by Olympia Club. This was the fourth Christmas Party to be staged

by the Club.

The gifts were donated by members. Some members brought along poor children but the majority of
children were from elementary schools. :
The children were served with plenty refreshménts and sweets.

smiles on their faces.



During the first years of my
service in Government was
drummed into my head by a very
Ww senior officer that the first
thing for an official to learn, and
forget, is to be a human
first and an official after-
I have always found
in 3arbados human
The only ways in which
‘official outlook,” which I
prefer to use to the phrase
“official mind’, need necessarily
differ from that of, say, a Head-
master of a Secondary School are
that the official has to determine
whether a particular project, how-
ever desirable, can be afforded,
to decide whether it fits in with
ine general scheme of things, and
to assess the many different claims
on the Island’s revenue against
each other and accept or reject
them according to their relative
merits and the funds at the coun-
disposal. For, as I have
stressed in two of the four other
Speech Days which I have at-
tended during the past few days,
“contrary to popular belief, the
publie purse is not bottomless,
and the Government has no funds
other than those supplied by the
people themselves except foi
grants supplied from the United
Kingdom” through the Colonial
Development and Welfare funds.

I will now refer very briefly to
some of the complaints made in
the Headmaster’s speech. In
regard to the architecture of the
buildings I would draw atten-
tion to the official reply that was
given to a question asked in the
House of Assembly on the 12th

it

ise



never
being
wards.
ials
enough.



the

try’s

September, 1950, by a member
who is also a member of
the Governing Body of this
School. It read:— “Although the
design may be somewhat of an

in so far as Barbados
it follows the
general lines of school buildings
now approved and built by
Education authorities in England
with minor modifications to suit a
tropical climate.” ‘With regard to
the hall, this one, which
dentally is probably the best
acoustically in the island, was
primarily designed to accommo-
date pupils. As to the distance
of the Headmaster’s office from
the Hall, I should have thought
that the Headmaster would wel-
come being removed from the
hurly-burly of affairs, and, when
I think of my Senior Tutor at
Oxford struggling gamely through
a snow storm to get to the bath-

innovation

is concerned,

Lac.



house and my sturdy little Head- |

master
vedly

at School plunging dog-
across the Close in thg
teeth of a howling sou’wester, I
cannot think that the Headmas-
ter is really so hardly
I understand that it
architect's intention to
casuarina hedge planted
the causeway; this might
out the more bluster)
As to playing fields,
time to bring playing
condition and again

was the
have a
along
keep
eleménts.
it
fields
I

into



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1} ray unchanoed through

\ a) ha 4 through

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Trouson on the seivedge.

done by./

takes |

cannot |
help reflect on the way in which, ,





when I was at Sthool, we boys
levelled the field with our own
hands And made the approach
road to it. And were none the
worse off for helping ourselves,
' am told that chairs of similar
design are in use at other
schools, and that no other high
breakage Tate has been reported.
Surely there are ways of dis-
couraging young Samsons from
removing a leg with their bare
hands? In so far as’ the estim-
ites are concerned, I do not seem
to recollect that Estimates Com-

mittee was perverse in regard to

the sum that was requested for
entry in this year’s Estimates.
It might be mentioned § in

passing that the sum in question,
$23,000, is over $8,000 more than

the combination of the annual
sums spent on the separate Parry
and Coleridge Schools in the
previous year.

The supplementary request fou

expenditure for the current year
did not reach the Secretariat
until the beginning of Septem-
ber, by which time the Govern-
ment was in the throes of
preparing its Five Year Plan, of
which, let it not be overlooked,
the present year 1952—53 is the
first. It was, therefore, quite

fair and proper that the request
of this School should be referred
to the Director and the Board of
Education for their advice, bear-
ing in mind the claims of the
other Secondary Schools against
the sum whieh the Government
can afford to set asidg for Secon-
dary Education. There the matter
rests at the moment. Let it not
be thought for one moment that
I am unsympathetic towards the
needs of the School. I am not,
ind I hope that it will be found

possible to meet the School's
reasonable requests. But I do
think that the Headmaster has

laid too much emphasis on his
woes and not nearly enough on
the blessings enjoyed in a School,
which, after all, has cost nearly
©,70,000 and, whatever its short-
coming® has many advantages
over several of the other Secon-
dary Schools in the Island.

The reference to the buses
gives me an opportunity to twit
the Headmaster. To me — and
do not take my Oxford ‘badinage
too seriously —.it indicates the

undoubted superiority of the
History School over the Mathe-
matical School at Oxford. For

choose carefully .

‘ YARDLEY











They left Queen's College with

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studied History
Oxford it was impressed on me
right from the word go that it
y necessary to be accurate,
hot “so-so” accurate, but ‘‘dead”
accurate. Now, in the Mathemati-
¢al School were these standards
demanded? The proof of the
pudding is in the eating. I have
jooked into the complaints about
the buses and find that the Head-

when I

master’s letter to the Direetor of!

Highways and
i9th September
engers

Transport on the

referred to 70
the Headmaster
tan no doubt aceount for the
Subtraction of three this afters
Hoon The check of two inspec+
tor showed that out of 23
school buses only one was over-
londed, and that had 56 school
chiidren and 5. teachers. Now
by the formula incorporated in
he Regulations, three School
children under the age of 16
years shall be deemed to be the
equivalent of two adults. After
all, in my school days, I have
heard more absurd mathematicu!
assumptions than this. One deesn |
expect all one’s school boy
be Billy Bunters. So my ansv*
the Headmaster’s little prob
lem is 56 Ty 6345 hypothe
tical children. So the proof tha:
if the teachers had been removed
from the bus it would not have
beén overloaded is false, as
children would have remained «*
against the authorised number of



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applicable to arithmetical pro!
Jems. Seriously though, the facis

School buses
requirement of
The Trans-

however,

as follows.
not a

concession

Board may,
discretion issue special
to concessionaires to use
for conveying, 1 quote,
“School Children and such muti
ber of masters or mistresses per
omnibus be specified ih
the permit from School.’
In this case, so am informed,
the permit did not cover teach-
prs, but I see no reason why a
request for the permit to cover
teachers should not be made if
that is what is wanted The
Director of Highways and Trans-
port informs me that it is up to
those requiring school buses to
make known their requirements
to the Concessionaire, who should

are
are
a bus
port

in their
permits
buses

as may
to and

I




then apply for the special per-
mils, stating his requirements,
which will be met in accordance

with what is permissible.

at!

for your type of skin. Wash ww



‘CHURCH
SERVICES

ANGLICAN

ST. LEONARDS 8 am. Choral
Eucharist. 9 a.m. Choral Eucharist
li a.m. Matins. 3 p.m. Sunday Schoo!
7 p.m. Bvensong and Sermon

Christmas Eve and Day
Midnight: Choral FPucharist,

:
|
|

5 ‘
8 an



Holy Communion (with Hrmns)

Holy Communion (said), 9 a.m. Chor
Bucharist. 11 a.m. Matns and Addre

ST. STEPHEN'’S—Christmas Dev >
‘might Mass preceded hy Solprmn Mat
at 11.40 p.m. Low Maas 7.45 and ct
9 a.m

St. Stephen's Day. Feast of Titi
Procession and Solemn Mé 1 93
Preacher: Fr. Denington

Sunday after Christmas. ‘Hol
hocents!. Matins and Low Mass
Solemn Mass 9. Solemn Evensong
Sermon, Preacher the Lord Bishop,
‘p,r

|
|

METHODIST EBENEZER CIRCUIT

FBENEZER-—9 a.m. kevd. S. W. €
| Crosse, 7° p.m Givls’ League Caro!
Service. Speaker: Mr. C. Bennet
BEULAH—1l! a.m. Mr G. A, Brath-
wate, 7 p.m. Mr. R. Garnes
SHREWSBURY-—-11 a.m. Mr. BE. Ce)
tender, 7 p.m. Revd. S. W. C. Cross
PICES—11 a.m. Revd. S. W. C. Cros»
ij? p.m, Mr. G. Forde
| Sunday Schools at 3 p.m

| (Christmas Day)
| EBENPZER—5 a.m. Revd. 8 W, Cros
| Sacrament of Lord's Supper

BEULAH.5 a.m. Mr. E
Mr

Pilarim
E. Brath








Man About Jown

A PRE-NEW YEAR SHOWING







A Ri



PAGE NINF



I dreamed | was a

FROM ACING i :
OF NEW SHOES designed by Santa can be expected t | well-rounded figure in
ARCOLA and displayed at Geo. these it passing Lig |
Sahely’s, 27 Broad St., a natu- I het Cas® with Razor, B }
ral first step to 1953. Medium Comb, Fil Mirror—arou | i: a °
Heel Courts in white Nubuck, Ladi Manicu Set si ¥
hlack Suede—Sling-Backs, ( Y ‘ choice of turtle Mull EN), APS
Backs with Strap, Open handled implements—aroun ers
S noal Style Ma ourt Sho» ther Mar W
Navy Calf, Red Calf, Black Suede, | sather Woeiting Case with x Allegro
Red Suede—trimmings of Bio book or attractivel vr
Patent and Red Kid—Spiked Gift Box of Stationery
Heels and Platform Soles——pr book from Books Galore—frorr
range from $13 this last minute selection

Ldvecate Stationery, Broa 3
d The Village.
QUEEN ANNE —A RARE

SCOTCH WHISKY from Hi’! SUPER BICYCLES & TRI'*

Thomson & Co., Ltd., of Scotlend,

Wine and Spirit Merchants |
Appointment to the late Kint
George V1. Sold in Barbados at
$5.00 a bottle, $52 the ca

through their
Distilleries Ltd., on Shepherd
(ph, 3856), you are cordially in
vited to sample “Scotland's Gift
to the World”—a Whisky rare in
quality, exquisite in style from
distillers who are holders

St





of
Royal Appointments to suecessiy



Sovereigns since 1838 .
SOMEWHERE NEW AND
DIFFERENT ON CHRISTMAS
EVE—A Resteurant to serve
delicious Xmas Dinner of Turk
and Ham—and_ especiall thi

the delectable Barbadian Peppe
| Pot in surroundings not necessarily
goisy, definitely festive and fa)





| SHREWSBURY—5 a.m
| waite, 7 p.m. Christmas Cantata |The Arlington Restaurant o
| RICES—5 a.m. Mr J. C. Mottles.| Marhill St, (ph. 4870) are taki
ie Se jreservations for the Night bef
| M@RAVIAN Christmas. You can take you
ORs UGe aw a.m Mosplng choice of a table in any one o°
Service, reacher: ev. ew, i : ne N ye
i p.m. Evening Service, Preacher: Rey.|four rooms—but phone NOW
€. E. New |
GRACE HFLL—11 am, Morning Service, |
Preacher: Mr. I. Oxley; 7 p.m. Even: | A MAGNIFICENT GIFT
Service, Preacher Mr W. Harvde ‘ e 7?
FULNECK-—-11 a.m. Morning Service |KERSHAW BINOCULARS at the
Preacher; Mr. D. Culpepper: 1 p.m. |Imperial Optical Company, Lowe:
@ven'ng Service Preacher: Mr. G i Broad St. (ph. 4075). For the
Francis oe | eee , ‘
‘MONTGOMERY 1 m. Evening |Sportsman Spectator (Plantation
Service, Preachet: Mr A. Deane |Qwner, too) these Kershaw Bin



DUNSCOMBE—7 p.m. Evening Service, | ooulars with Coated Lenses tht

Preacher: Mr. A. A. Alleyne
SHOF HILL--7? p.m. Evening Service,
Preacher: Mr

WwW. S. Arthur

ADVENTISTS
SEVENTH-DAY
Meeting, Stee! Shed,
Pastor M, G, Nembhard
for the World's Orisis

7 p.m
Subject

Speaker:
Christ

CHRETIAN SOFENCE

Sclentist,
Street

First Obwreh of Christ,
Bridgetown. Upper Bay
Sundays 11 a.m. and 7 p.m
Wednesdays 8 p.m. A Service which
includes Testimonies of Christian Se-ence

Healing 5:
SUNDAY, DBECEMBBR 21, 1952
Subject of Lesson-Sermon: Is the
Univérse, including man, EVOLVED BY
ATOMIC FORCE?
Goldtn Text; Proverbs 3:19. The
wsdom hath founded the earth,
he established

Lord
by
the

b
understanding hath
heaven

The following COltatfons are
in the Lewon-Sermon,

The Bibie: Know ye that the Lord
He is God; it is Hee@that hath made us,
snd not we ourselves

Setence and Realth with
scriptures,

by Mary Baker Eddy

The universe filed with sp-ritual
ideas, which He evolves, and they are
cbhedient to the Mind that makes them

Page 205

included

Key to the

i

Enough of this fencing. Christ-
mas is in the air and let us count
our blessings rather than our
woes, All in all, let us admit that
Speightstown is fortunate in hav-
ing this fine school, and, adopting
ine mantle of a prophet for a
moment, I look forward to the day
bn the not too distant future
when Speightstown will wear %
‘new look”, what with its School,
its Health Centre, its new Fish
Market, and, who knows? a Band-
stand and Esplanade on the sea-
front,

I should conclude by

like to

yepeating what I have said once
or twice on other occasions re«
cently. Coronation Year is on the
threshold, end I appeal to
all parents of boys at this
School to keep their house4
and spots clean and bright, te

plant flowers and shrubs in theit
gardens, and, by setting an ex om-
ple of personal good manners and
unfailing good will, to make these
horthern parishes of St, Peter anc
St. Lucy a credit to the Island
during Coronation Year,



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For deep-down cleanliness use a Yardley Cleansing Cream.

For the nightly massage which keeps your skin soft
and supple choose rich Yardley Night Cream.

ip eTRERT

‘And for the radiance of a skin that’s firm and fine-textured
tone up with Yardley Astringent or Toning Lotion.
This gentle discipline each night -

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Skin Care
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allow for excellent light trans-
mission are available in various
Powers, Central focusing, adjust-

able eyepiece, finished in — black

in genuine leather
ease, Kershaw Binoculars from
‘the Imperial Optical Co., make

the gift of the Season

THE TATTOO RANGE OF
TROPICAL COLOURS mateh«
jips to every shape of fingertip and

lasts out the whole evening. Your
individual requirements in ail
Tattoo, Cosmetics, Lipstick, Fae

Powder, Nail Lacquer, etc., have
been anticipated at every leadir

Store. Moving swiftly from face
to feet there’s a new Kiwi easy-
to-open milled edge tin on the
market with any shade of polish
you wishof course, Kiwi doesn’!
cake, Both Tattoo & Kiwi
General Agency Distribution





LES for Boys and Girls---reall

Iper

Green—Bikes are Black. Sizes
for Girls
Sports
agents Mount Gov ‘here's an easy payment plan to
it one of these machines with
ach of almost everybody, These
re Hopper Juniors from the
idos Foundry (ph. 4528) with a
Joorful to choose from. They

19”

nad

»pflig

easy-to-pay-plan, Dad

EVERYONE LOVES A SPARK-
LING XMAS TABLE and here's
f

d

gpestion?
accepted
Chempagne, Port, Sherry, Liqueur,
ap,

1 buy
rately at the Co-op Cotton F

ry Vv

rs for good measure

WOULD YOU LIKE A NUM-
PER OF CHRISTMAS LOGS ce-



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the end of the day, Like that
Glassware

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18”
An

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Models,

Fay

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Table
Mats

Xmas
Glass

or
in
throw ‘em away

in

gleams
all of

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Tumblers—¥ou |
together |

or sep- |



makers & Crack-



vered to your home”? These ar Have the shapel) young fire

ry special logs—to eat! A ee désamed off Ler
ovelty produced by Barbados ~ “1 ‘
Bakeries (ph. 4758) they're pat o’s superb control mo'd
f a rich Xmas selection includ your curves to serfection. |i

ng Xmas Cake, Novelty Sand I

vich Leaves and plain Bread tha!
be delivered
olour desired—that’s an idea for
Barbados

will

your
itd.,
Ch



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are

spec
stmas service with home de-}
liveries to back it up

you beautifully. give you a
really fashionable bustline. Sr:

‘Allegro” now, in your favorite

Genuine Maidenform Bras.’
| @res are made only in the Unit

States of America.

to you in any

Bakeries |

ializing in this







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LIMOGENE plain or mentho There isa marilenfOre

both practical and refreshing .
wid among the most acceptable of for every type ol figure.
ifts in the Tropics. This and
floralene Toilet Water is made
locally by the Bornn Bay Rum] .
Co., ean be bought at all drug- | \3966696¢0¢009¢46+444~...-
cists and most retail stores, Also

vitled and for a different pur- Still Looking Oe ei
ose, Morgan’s Port Wine is an e
Xmas \thought-—avatiable direct The PERFECT GIFT? %
rom the Bornn Bay Rum Co, Ask

mpire Product and f& happy to see the new
1938) Presentation Casket of . .

NOTICE

WE BEG TO ADVISE
GENERAL PUBLIC THAT

AND 31ST DECEMBER.

OFFI

OUR CUSTOMERS AND THE
OUR SPARES DEPARTMENT
WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK TAKING ON 29TH, 30TH
OUR

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WILL BE OPEN AS USUAL FOR BUSINESS,

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| %
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\% a dainty plastic contain. %
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tub-fast ‘““Tex-made”’ Broadcloth



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‘‘TEX-MADE”’
is WELL MADE
PAGE TEN SUNDAY ADVOCATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1952





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——
} ‘
| PUBLIC SALES by LOST & FOUND |
imme > appetite a a , Maior © F. C. Walcott, E.D., ; =
— Commanding,
° | HELP The Barbados Regiment ic ae LOST a a at ee
q <—rrimernamamveenmmsnnpeninngeielinestasirntmrainaiertstnated tien 6. 47 19 Dec. 52
iota PHONE 2508 ELECTRICIAN Experienced Diesel | REAL ESTATE = ; Fe el dina i — |
gn Electrician required by Pioneer Indus- RDERLY OFFICER AND ORDERLY SERSEANT I aides apeiapenigeanneenieale
ry Only capable men need apply | ’ aa Officer 2Lt. L. G. Quintyne : 2 } SPECTACLES—One pair heavy frmgne 4
Details of age, experience etc. To Box | _HOUSE--Situated on the beach at Orderl¢ Serjeant L/Sit. Graham, C.C. Week ending 29 Dec. 5 Turtle Shell Spectacles, Between White- | *
ne No. L.P.B. Advocate Co, Teena aa pn to K. R. Hunte, Citak. Clune M. L. Gonliffe park and Roebuck St., Finder wlenet re- |
CRY r : A " 12.42.82—t.f.n, Orderly Serjeant L/S Gittens, J.T Week ending 5 Jan turn to L. 8. King, C/o DaCosta, & S| hm
f nme COOK required 7 Orderly Officer Lieut. E.R, Goddard mt ee |
mpathy with ce essential Apply Enfield, AUCTION Orderly Serjeant 278 Sit. Williams, $.D Week ending 12 Jan. 53 } I
n the passing Road, St, Michael, - H. R. DANIEL, Captain ‘ | a ce
h tt A Blackman of . 17, 12. 52—In By kind permission of Messrs. Me Adjutant |\@ | e
i Christ’ Church — —-— — “y | Enearney & Co., 1 will sell at their The Barbados Regiment } The Members of the }
p : ‘ ren), Kleen MISCELLANEQUS Garage on TUESDAY 2rd at 2 C— NOTICE } EMPIRE CLUB | A.F.S., F.V-A.
; 2 es achat ae ee a —----——-— | Ford Prefect Sedan Car, Austin 7 Sedan , ; ant
a COTTAGE—Three or four bedrooms, Car. both in working order — just im The Commanding Officer wishes sil ranks of the Barbados Regiment a very | Request a eee your
PLENMAN , pate ngton St. Area. Ring Salvation Army |time for the holiday season. TERMS} faypy Christmas and a prosperous 1953 } mpany Extensive Listings of Good
” is 2).12.52—1n | CASH on fall of hammer. R. Archer PART fl ORDERS _ SERIAL NO. 4 Property and Land
: = +f McKenzie. 20.12 53—n THE BARBADOS REGIMENT
‘ as rs who attended | 4 | Sia ror Fetes ate agers owe roca thle iimetge - —_—— Always Available
i t wreaths and cards to the | - - { p, ched ehe bed Bi j th 1. STRENGTH E E *
sean Y of our late beloved m eee CA Aust A-7 In good conditior hoor clots Theresia, Geutienas stan. fe voen NOTICE cLuB 732 Pte Gibbons, Rr. WwW "" Coy Attested and 708 of the Pampas 508 THE oon HALL
as tha Blenman, late of Br & ver easonable. Phone 2023 }§: Wichael or St. Lawrence. Write Box The Club Ho wih t i 733 Pte Robinson, T. W. J. “B" Coy posted to “B’ Coy wef 18 and Cc | =
1 ho deceased this life on “Shang ji ros. Roebuck Street K. C/o Advocate Advts. Dept = uge be closed of 52 respectively,
ber 10, 1952 20. i2.52—t.6n. | Vvocate Advtg a? | Christmas day. Members who wish tol, ppomorIon | FOR SALE
Bea Greene, Nurse C. C. Best, ie a: | play on that day should make thel® 2oOMOringer, MC Bn HQ Promoted to the rank of Lance Serjeant | SATURDAY NIGHT 27TH
. B daughters Vernon \ 1) Austin (8) Price $750.00 a leat ete a tee tn their clubs praee wef 19 Dec. 52. \ DECEMBER, 1952
« r disor Ada Sealy (sister, | Engine 10,000 ir ne ‘ ie W le iy er. re > ———
i a © 4 12. 52—In Batter d new Paint Job. Deal | Pp nLIC ‘NOTICES SECRETARY. , teat G. Peterkin “A” Coy Granted 4 weeks’ P/Leave with per- ahi ee A on oar
i244 20. 12.52—2n | 21.12.52—2n, mission to leave the colony wef 18 Dec 5 RESIDENCE, THE GARDEN,
he undersigned grate- ~ seenemeres tite - 52 Tickets not transferable WORTHING—Modern coral stone
with deepest appre- AF Morri f 1959 mc ae
nek eae aa eae al ies nan Seaeiae Siies "C model. Condi | NOTICE rAtmel eee ocesee R.S.M. Marshall, HBG Bn. HQ Granted 6 weeks’ Vacation Leave wef oa Seauteaex PSiauent* pew,
a 1 © thank all who | Phone 2425 20.12,52—2n We wish to advise our customers of the 45 Dec, 52. | with flower beds, lawn, concrete
tt 1 ‘ The Paroehial Treasurers Office will ie + pH
ended the sent anne aths oF . . Pats rns change of our telephone num- ) open on Tuesday 23rd and ‘Wednesday L/Cp)- Luke, SM. Bn. HQ Granted 3 weeks’ Vacation leave wef patio, and »number of bearing
rv dered assistance CARS Ford me H », On 5 9 Dec. . | trees. commodation com-
recent ment . through es ; Cheap. E Hill, My Lords | International Trading Corp. Ltd, — “th inst. from 8 @ #8." 2, 19.30 a.m, . = HAPPY XMAS prise inthe’ tevinng Soten, covered
passing Evelyn Montrose i Pr 7 — ‘ ees ; Parochial las ih oR. DANIEL, Cx ats gallery. 3 bedrooms with built-
cr ler 20.12.92—2n John loach §Ltd., holesale Depart- F ° PICNIC & DANCE
Bertie Vernor Keith Graham, Ida oun Pevcere te ' ment — 509, } ah a yw 2n The Barbados Regiment. p en ree Garage i ee een
Ward, Merle Watson (chile CAR—One 1947 V-8 Forde damaged t 20.12.62—-2p | lod ’ quarters and all usu:
21. 12.52—1n nt on at RK lone W eiche Pk | Ser —-! NOTICE 5 ON i a offices. All public utibty services.
. . Chapel Street, Speightstown, St. | ; One of the most attractive homes
GRIFFITH—REID—We, the undersigned, | cter Ofte 1 writiy | NOTICE INDIAN CRICKET TOUR ; | The Barbados Police request the pleasure of your now available in the medium
* through this medium to expre Co., Ltd, be | Members of the B.C.A. are reminded \ company at “NEWSTEAD” price range.
incere thanks and appreciatio Applications for one. vacant Frizer's tt. bookings for season tickets. will ° Mile & Quarter, St. Peter,
th e ‘ends snd. relatives who } Annuity will be received by the Clerk a at Pr. Barret office on aueey , Christmas Bonkmiiiaar. Friday CASABLANCA, Maxwells Coast
ded the funeral of our father AR St Var f the Vest to 1 re" , January embers are ent.t to 26th December, 1952. —An outstanding property em-
' jate Re Frederick Reid, and ( Cendition @ Tyre An Saturday, Sra. sanity a (7000) Durehasé two additional seats along with | bodying the Mocksten nas
of ou nt, the late Charlotte r Appicants. must be widows of the: telrs. ADMISSION @ manship. We
Algo to those who ren Phone 49 ii parish of St. Michael, who are ini oe plans wot be open to the general: Music by a Popular Orchestra. romans with two ecept ion room,
personal service, sent -wreaths - ——| straitened ctrcumatance . poblig “on Friday January 9 Dally ’ . 7 |, veran tchen,
s of dotence and in any was 1yLLMA WAGON —Only |” Forms of application yk i obtained Tickets will! be sold from January 16. | Don’t start making adjustments while From 11.30 a.m. to 6 p.m. Leeward pantry, garage, storerooms etc,
mpathised with us in our gecent| ¢ on iven. Appearance | from the Vestry Clerk's Office BARBADOS Cpeeat ASSOCIATION li d it i f Buses will pens Dep The land = approx. 2 a with ¢
r « working order E. C. REDMAN, Cc. trave ing stop an do it in sa ety Please exten: Is wer an vegetable
I He Ruth, Glad Reid, Mrs. BRADS COMPANY Clerk, St. Michael's Vestry WwW. F. HOYOS ° productive orchard and woe
' iaughters) 6.12.52—t.f.n,. 18.12. 52—Sn Hon. Secty. grove. One acre walled garden
ir abet ee anuiiiee a 21.12.52--4n may be sold separately as a build-
vere ELECTRICAi, NOTICE ing site.
thi ' um say j SCR SOG GOO DODOO VOT
and sym . — Tenders are invited for the taal x WILLESDEN, MARINE
t eaths, letter MIARD=3-Speed Automatic Record | + ght to run bars, serve lunches, teas; | x TORS LIMITED GARDENS—A substantial eae
; r ig other way ‘ ‘ limited | yefreshments etc. at Kensington Oval RIFFITH S$ property on an attractive
: ¢ & Co, Ltd
ed t in our recer + & <0, during the Indian Tour which is sched- vaiuable corner site of near
€ ‘ cecasioned by the death 3.12.52-—t.f.n.]uled to begin on January 31 and end | acre with tennis lawn, flower
t c Arthu Vv r t = | Februany 13. OFFERS and flowering shrubs. The mothe
1 ‘ Phil t vi i : 2th ev 8 nd 6 tube | | Renders ae ain nye. fon the trai. ' ROYAL NETHERLANDS 5 z prprancies by a ress ae
livia W er and damil SR en eee Se o portation © 1e ©6Visitors o Th ) “ . UNGALO’ rom the entrance gate, a is
ai tae dea Des Ghort-Wave Bands, P. C. S, Maffei | Hastings to the Oval and back on erickét STEAMSHIP 9. IW accept a Pi BO “at XMAS CARDS y Sitvate - ST asia: Road touch indicative ‘of the general
aaa ars wen tebatis 1G. 19, 8d8.2.0.1 OU tie oi ae hia hae Sisteteer hil ILING FROM EURO: Domin‘ca, Antigua, Montserrat, zg commanding a magnificent view of high | standard . of cuneerone
Y ecaerianbiian Se ino nitrate — —< |isjer thon. k pion. Jenterr ae [M.S HERA loth December, 1082 Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing % the Golf Course unobstructed to ey ph kd
tha who attended : rs 3 2 =
: raths or in any other | Hell Electric. Refrigerator im | 4,Th@, Association does not bind. iteelt iS. NORIGR i Janam, ies Pee aes B \]] the see. OF eh eal one gallery’ well proportioned dining
sancd _aytopattey Wen pem | good ‘working -orde Dial 3625 " | $0 eGent the, lowest ot. say sacar M.S. HELSNA 16th January, i, The M/V. “MONEKA” will XMAS TREE LIGHTS x \1] boards, drawing and dining rooms, room with foiding doors leading
1@. oct of the paseng. ¢ 17.12 52~2n | BARBADOS CRICKET ASSOCIATION iM S. BONAIRE 23rd Jar’ 4 . accept Cargo and Passengers for S| modern kitchen, toilet and bath. to verandahs on both sides of the
¢ Iris Millicent Winter, late of INC., SAILING TO EU OB aa Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat, % | Downstairs: Servants’ room witb house, draw.ng and breakfast
oO E ange ee ee eta, | REFRIGERATOR—One G.E.. Frigidaire W. F HOF OS. (M.s ORANJESTAD 30th December, 1952. Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing % ||] tout and bath, garage for two rooms, 3 double bedrooms \all with
George Gwendolya.. :< Witter, 1) ery: good candition. Phone séle ay “Wy. |LAILING TO TRENIDAD, PARAMARIBO Tuesday 23rd_inst. e & cars, and enough room for laundry dressing rooms, a tued bath and
aris ES eae 21.12.52—1n 21.12.68—Tn AND BRITISH GUIANA B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS’ SI] Sta” “the property stands on separate toilet. Usual servants’
2 2.62—In Site Dein Net NOMOR 2G DAInUeniibe a re ~ DAIRY RERPERS & Were | at. S. STENTOR 26th December, 1952 ASSOCIATION (INC.,), > | approximately 19,000 square feet quarters and garage. The site is
SINGER PORTABLE ELECTRIC SEW- | NOTICE TO DAUKY ORES 1S. CORTICA 1a January, ie. | Consignee. D:al No. 4047. XMAS TREE Decorations, % i ae cool nd, Saree Situated im
" . CHINE hardly been used and| , dy Ss anuary, | BUNGALOW
iN MEMORIAM ‘ perfect. condition, with |, #t is herew:th published ie aera M.S. BONAIRE ®h February, 1953. B.W.l. SCHOONER OWNERS’ TOYS, TOYS, TOYS $ | aitiate at Cirnemb ‘Sfell Tetrace close to the man hotels and
' A bargain ‘at $223] Information that under the Dairy Regula-| garmInG TO TRINIDAD &@ CURACAO SSOCIATION INC.) S, . 8. tuate a a: : clubs.
33 cae below the present. price, | Uons of 1948, it is requited that certifi (Curacao only) Af las anes vers attractively designe: pare
In lowing. memony | of | fe ne ® jcates issued during 1952 be surrendered 'M.S. HERA'Sth January, 1953, Conetgnes, Dial, wx? CHEESE, per lb. (Lots of it) prising three Nectorens a ey 4 ABERGELDIE, Maxwell Road—
vho died on 20.12 gn | to the Commissioners of Health during | M.S. HELENA 2nd February, 1953. 6.12.52 - . and baths attached, ning Very soundly constructed stone
1949 ; cnomnenneen | pe, ORE OE Tanuasy | IHS. Bee 4 ‘8. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., PLANTERS PEANUTS P living 1 rooms, kitehen, we bungalow erected in 1937 when
» ave ps ECTRIC R/ 7 registering of the dairies for that yea * ts. he West and a nice buuuing material and workman-
be iaf i gh ; een ene eee i ciultanectaty con-| ust be done on or before the fifth day Avot Gift Boxes CHOCOLATES. . East. The seria, ae ship were of a higher standard
1 we loved was‘called away | trotted and operated forvear werse, | & January, or approximately % a than is usually obtained to-day.
We: hope kos trade or “ot some day si phony ate fen Sore 00 meuael Persons granted permits to dispose | SILVER DRAGEES f $ COVE SPRING COTTAGE This property has a drawing
Yat nnirdice etter aa cluding, fifteen points, ‘seven remote | $0 nave obtained lcencet are ot aliona teamshi S. Cane } lovely cottage standing on 2 room, dining room, kitchen, small
Brathwaite (wife) Adelyne iar ed ; oe ers, twelve buf- who have obtained licenses are also re- an FRUIT in tins A 7 rehes of land situate bieakfast room and 3 good bed-
1 (sister) c and Mitchell ) » cas g endless jnyout ioe to renew their permits ona | . ‘ pee ‘Tones Coast having its rooms, a wide gallery runs ae
waite (bro ’ 21.12.52-—-1n . ocomc ‘ icenses. en te Ald Salts Ra meets s * s.des and complete privacy
Men 3 brothe: artis! : my Eiaehe See Pease oe Forms of application for registration | ” SOUTHBOUND Rail Sails Arrives Sails Arrives FRUIT SALAD, PEARS, ete $ own private, bathing pear ot obtained. ‘aera’ ts a two ear
REW--In loving memory o' lita Reid | houtthen passenger | #0 be obtained from the Sanitation De, Montreal Halifax Barbados Barbados Demerara RAISINS, PRUNES, ere oe reae bath to’ main garage and the site is 15,000 sq. ft
who passed away on December 2ist aS ee say. | partment of St. Michael, ney os 16 Dec, 25 Dec 2 Dec. 30 Dec, : private nls with good land, bearing fruit
passed y on one goods wagons, ter CDN. CONSTRUCTOR drawing and dining
i951 stations, transformer, oy tier CDN. CHALLENGER - een... Sten. | Seen: san CHERRIES, PEEL Peoms, uropean bath with hot trees, A good solid home obtain-
Wav in » over us : an : ; 13 Jan, 22 Jan. . . p ni able for a reasonabl re,
Waves PE abn ene otk arte srr \ tehin y trestle soled eee Coramteniogete oh E Figeitn, CDN. CONSTRUCTOR - 27 Jan 5 Feb. i Feb. By Feb. BRIDAL ICING SUGAR. sncarete, tollat UP aern kiteben, via be Re ac
ae a tei La ate. | POS | Seaeee tao ' mane. os 10 Feb. 19 Feb ‘ ‘eb. . i MIRAMAR COTTAGE, ST.
ohms or one vesa oe end’ dembnecentea. By 712.0240] SPN CRUISER = 44 Feb. 5 Mar, 6 Mar. 10 Mar. 3 Varieties__White, Rasp- and a gallery on two sides | JAMES COAST — A charming
EV membered by Charles Steede | 0, rt, Phone "Ee eee eet aD tee cdr a The i CDN. CONSTRUCTOR ~ 10 Mar. 19 Mar. Mar. VER beach house in a perfect setting.
E ’ ered Ah ge }, ‘Darreil | *PPontmer t, Phone 21.12,52—1n FOR SALE CDN, CHALLENGER done 24 Mar 2 Apr 2°Apr. 7 Apr. berry, G@hocofate. $ 5 at tae very beautiful “ne aun eocn aoe the ae
Stee Abbott Lewis (brother), Hstéile ee 2rd Se aie ee ve: d- sea-bathing the Island can offer,
Reid (mother) Archer. at NORTHBOUND Sails. Artives | Salle Arrives sanise BACON in pkgs. (Canadian) ¥ Six Men's, Bay, Otay a acre pr.vate grounds heavily planted
mae uee FURNITURE | i N CRUISER _. dbo 2% Dec: "S$ Jan. 7 Jan. ANCHOR BUTTER. x ana having an extensive ore vanuitings Wchnrsinn sounge/dmnine
ee Mk ae a tena Bed Mant oreaeinee: aah tb . CONSTRUCTOR 3 Jan. 6Jan. JJan. 18 Jan. 17 Jan. x with specially selected fruit trees. room, good verandah facing sea,
r FURNITURE—One Pa.nted Begiroom | One. Snaps fe., ta. pt. Tumblers Aee%i CDN. CHALLENGER. iJon. 20 Jan, M1 Jan. 29 Jan, 31 Jan, RICE! RICE! RICE % The house comprises three bed- 3 bedrooms with basins, 2 bath-
OR RENT fea Pa eeaeitad i Mattress Set of | Decorated Tumblers 30c. Coasters 7c, SOLER a1 Jan 3Feb. 4 Feb, 12 Feb. 14 Feb, % rooms, dining room, living room, SOoene ancthae hs cine Neaaetae
howany Chairs, Set of Rush Chairs, | Ash Trays | 10e., any pe. ei oa CONSTRUCTOR 14 Feb. 17 Feb, Feb. 26 Feb. 26 Feb. We have some R modern toilets and baths wah ee quarters and garage, Rare oppor-
in einen Extension Tables, other items, Ring 8614 | a at Ra eg CDN. CHALLENGER 28 Feb. 8 Mar. 4 Mar. ase 3 ee : and one water. aimee including ; tunity to acquire a reasonably
21.12.52-—-1n raed 14 Mar. 17 Mar. 18 Mar. ar. . Extensive ou priced property in such a good
—_ _ | Tumblers 30c, each. G. W. HUTCHIN- CDN. CRUISER 1 Mar. 4Aprt, 12 Apr. 18 Apr. e x large garage, two servants rooms, \
sles * peti 4 . . ' : ‘ » coast.
HOUSES ; SON & CO.,LTD, Dial 7 SBR. CONSTRUCTOR * ae iu a 48 Abr! 25 Apr. 1 May + ee workshop: This Droperty posiv.on an this tashionable coi
| ,12-03-" _—— —_—-—— has been extensively reno) BRIGHTWOOD, St. Lawrence—
“sa STOCK ; ITW —, moore
BUNGALOWS —iwo modem Bunga: ate | HANDICRAFT DBPT.—Raffa in most | Gor further partiediats, apply vo— GRIFF 8 whe preeenOMEMEDE | Property whieh mellow nigel
lows, BERESPORD and EUNICE, Newly} W.~— —— one eee — desirable shades at a very special price, LTD —A ents . Witt tS SU roundangs.
built at Maxwell's Koad, near sea, All} CoOw--One fine cow, fresh in milk,! Only 18 cents per bunch, The Modern GARDINER AUSTIN & co., le g . Situate in the Garrison, St. Wit — ats sy POUNCE, oan
modern conveniences including linens | Apply Mr, Joseph Smith, | Montroge, | Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. Rockley — _ Dial 4514. Michael, comprising four - I. : vot a 8 a
silvers, Ist of Jan, Consult Nurse] Christ Church 21,12. 52—In | 21.12. 6a—$n rooms, combination living and thing facilities, ree -
bolisha Gap, 20.11 as ninicihapdgeamndegle Lndnpent meer emeneererers dining rooms, separate toilet and ent eae room, ee ust ead
CHOW-CHOW Pupp red and black. MAIPTRESS FOR BABY CRIB—4 x 2 '$999999545 bath, kitchen with built-in cup- Shane een eeemtear CO eat
PARAWAY— coun bguse, St whip coast. Lighting | trowe, Navy Gardens, Phone 6073, Mattresses made to order, Prompt For Toys. Smal mas ree siesnceba ie bar ® of the building, The ou arage and servants’ fooms. Ideal
pisnt, Watermul supp-y, Carport, 2 20 522n | service, “Vermont", Westbury Road comprise two servants rooms with garage .
am rooms, Monthy rent gov plus | near Thomas Gap, Dial #982, and Xmas Decorations . sorter toilet and @ garage for two sees.ae home in. & good -resi-
4 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE, ‘Dial POUL TRY 2.1 th ‘ cars. ‘The above property stands Gentisk quarter,
; tin ‘~ peoeeeenee ‘ em approximately square
§ seinen - . MAGN&EFIERS—Many types available at — BUY °FROM — OE Orr rnin Rouse tae aan aoe, NEW BUNGALOW, LODGE
IDLEAWHILE Welches OWN LEGHORNS imported". Lay- Imperial Optical Co.; Lower Broad St no electric rationing. Inspection LAND, Si. MiCnAEL—We are
Christ Church, Dial 3065, } 3 al ee IRL BGT 1o.52-an }OVer K. R. Hunte, 7.12, 52—5n : UM by appointment only, doieete hotna so ekainie wes
20,12,52-- 6n 2 52 . Aca 2 og a & NT
ore a ee THURSISDON
ota - — , OUR LAST REDUCTION FOR XMAS. E RAL EMP ORI leading firm of building con-
KINGSWAY Unfurnished, Maxwell OULTR Fitly 4-week-old Parks! Yinotia Baby Soap from 0c. to. 10c. : eee PERO Const Bont tractors, The accommodation
c Three Large Bedrooms Spac.ous Rr ae in ee), Gti. Boat froin 154, tite Corner Broad & Tudor Streets. with running wate: and one with ara i Liein pacaectien IEEE
t fr y re ns, yderr Kitchen, servan ’ ag anton, ac 6 So. C. ot . . nae,
taal paran yight of way to. the 21,12,.52—1n sie miner to ORee wenes gifts, Knight's Grecetng room ssached, Wee drawing room, separate dining
Ng 21.12,52—2 re . 4 cS . oom chene' with break-
ps ae iss soho io MECHANICAL | ei ysis Aa BE abit Oe, ere Sotien S00 setae tee fast room, and large pantry.
} + Se. ‘“ r ‘Ihe garage and servant's room
ch eh, fully AN Hint op. see- Welahey vl « na Ral 1 ni 2 ” Sport think dow souttitins ax Von Sean Periy, ROEBUCK STREET POLAR CARTMEN > facing the sea. Dutsuleney, 2 «re astacneds Mains water and
rcfrig. Dial Wo Furniture Remover. | PICYCLE—One Green Raleigh Beers | eae. te ie MORAVIAN CHURCH % aera net 8 nae FOr FG quota of electric hight. This
Ail rodern conveniences. .. 19,52--t.¢.n, | Hiectric front and rear lights, Brookes | KNIGHT'S DRUG ee - he Annual Programme of 3 roods, 18 perches of land. Ine eee eee oe uae
de Luke Saddie, carrier and parking aeeiee eee CHRISTMAS MUSIC W spection by appointment only. which there fine
eer an est. Little used ¢d ip excellent con- | a . ere are panoramuc
SEWLAVEN — fully furnished 4-bed- | [0h Apply: Mrs. Haynes. Phone 2244, SUBSCRABE now to the Datly Telegr will be presented by OCEAN SPRAY views of Bridgetown and the
in bt Crane coast Doub!e Garage 21.12 5t—In England's leading Daily Newspape THE AUGMENTED Apply Immediately Situate at Rockley Road adjoin- harbour, The site Js. very eool
s rooms, Lighting plant, Water \rriving in Barbados by Air onty a few SS « ij the £ Hockley Beach, and only 3% miles from town
Hi suey, Blonthiy rent $76 piM® #8) 0 Vcr ~~ One Gent's Sunbeam | dayw after publication in London. Contact CHOIR To % SALE bist ‘sea. Bathing inv the, Golan, centre. The property is available
cieanng vharge, LN ae san RMICYCLE, 3 Speed Gear, Oil Bath Gear } Jan Gale c/o Advocate fo., Ltd. Loce on MONDAY DEC. 22nd Divided into three flats and bring oe erty SE EROE Ye to 1% acres
4476 2.11,62—t-ton sand Lucier Light. Very little used. | Representative, Tel. 3213. > CTS a very high monthly rental. There Roguiteds and wie price. Aimee
: ise ioe ieee. ane te Vel seta ate 7.4.83—t.t.0 at 7.45 p.m. POLAR PRODU AT y , is very fair indeed. We can
“4 . CATTLE WASH—For last Dial 2463 Seer = : Special Soloists — Vocal L % Yih Pe dpe. Seen? ian recommend this listing yery
) weeks in December, Jan. Feb. Marehy | “G44 One Chapel Organ in work-|. STOVES & OVENS—Make her a gift and Instrumental TD. . “OVERDALE” GRAEME HALL delay ’ ‘ highly.
vy, Jay u if Dial sa02 ender. Phone meee for Xmas, 1, 2 and 3-burner stoves in % TERRACE. '
iva, W. @. Gooding, Stronghope, St. saben ducal 19.12.52-2n | table and floor models; also ovens at ALL HEARTILY e ON KENILWORTH LAND, TWEEDSIDE ROAD—
12.52—3n Palmetto Street . Excellent factor, business site
Thomas. 16.12.5) reduced prices. Auto Tyre Co., Trafa:- WELCOME % TUESDAY, 23rd DECEMBER Situate at Welches, Christ oF nando ae or ith ontam
f ee ee sy MISCEL LAN VE OU car Birger. Dial 2096 21.12.52-—3n Programmes — Price 18cts. 20.12. 52—2n. 1952, at 11.30 a.m. 4 Snort Sena craee oar to main er ver 100 ft. ‘One oz
™ b " ‘a: ‘_ayT idols . ws —_—_————— scamrcanrminiieS We hav ‘ : Please tact us as soon as the few available locations in
ARADUNGE MENG Ss ANTIQUES ‘of every description.| SUN SHADES—AIN types available —— 559% from eg Meee peeraenons poaiae such a good position close ww
Glass, China, old Jewels sae red New and re-conditioned at i puer POF ner sell by Auction his collection of Towa centre.
— ————= | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-| tmperal tical Co.. Lower road St. hi M4 * PARAGON 4 a
A” MESSAGE FROM FATHER | graphs etc. at Gorringes Antique Shop | cube ee Qe aminte. 7.12.5--n | gs Household, Furniture and Sftects COAST LAND—St. James=
CERES Oe adjoining Royal Yacht Club ' x ww ON SHOW Viewing morning of Sale. ae nese peeve | Se Several building plots in select
my littie triends Monday 23nd 3.2,52—t.f.n STOVE-Caledonian Dover No. 7, New | sf NO K Dining Table with Brass Feet Tree bedrooms with. dressing bathing nF Pane vane
Li ift Shop . 7 — bo ncaa OONIITS — rel aaah . > :
ae aah “sid irom 5 to 6 pm. FN} AgR CONDITIONE Unite for Matec te ee . 21.12,52—2n icant oie rina aoe Gare rooms’ attached, two medium size
t oak for you 19 12. 52—~2n Scan and Homes pow available ction | , a : =a . BRINSMEAD Britain's Best Piano Since 1837 woot en Does " wables> Dinner Re ne aera emer onthe a re ve CHRIST
Lt §6§6ULK. Details available and inspection “SCALES s00tb Platform Scales, sturdy 4 eee mi * ‘ " F x : , th, —We a ome ‘ewi
KkiN DENTURES quickly and} of ‘models invited. Agents: Interna | and durable: The General Agency Co. Tropical Models Specially recommended for extreme climate | sapere edb omen large open verandah entire Losi) large lounge and dining room,
»rod,* teeth replaced, @) tional Corp, Ltd Te 5009 Bidos Ltd 16,12. 52—120 = | Table Triple Mirror & Stool of house with a lovely view o! onto wide covered ve-
tune saves nine, Square Deal 17. 12 30 % All leading Schools of Music use Brinsmead Pianos. Pepin i SrePamern ae, eoeceety Lane Seeee bad te ae. randah running the entire frorit-
rwebuc SO ne LT a so ‘a > 7 . * wnstairs: Entrance . \
eben oO “50. u oa an AMERICAN TOYS—A variety of Toys Cuban add twin’ gunae Beatrice Call 4563 and arrange for a free demonstration. s. ror and Stand. All the above in and dining rooms, breakfast room, ite sane ‘ane counieee
: ne casonably priced, Tricky Trolleys. | Stoves. Laurie Dash & Co,, Tudor Street MAHOGANY pantry, kitchen, large study, and. a and sea. Two main and one
_ RAPELE i pr Rea sere ea Biovse. ra a , | Upholstered Suite comprising lovely open patio to the South, spare bedrooms, adequate kitch-
igh Bicycle raffled by Carlton ne, Spades, Guns,J- ~ 18.12,52—4n CECIL JEMMOT I R) Gorton pA Ee, UO co SE This’ property also” has lovely u en, detached garage and sery-
Annual Exhibition we , won An ie fe, c sahlnetniabontaioea ini rms , % | with Billiard & Snooker Bails, So ee er Te toon setae al rooms. Picturesque — well
oy et 9 ae ‘ er our display and | sTovE—One Electric Three Burn ; R.C.A. 7-tube Radio, Carpet, 30ft : i h Dest fared for grounds of about one
21.12.52] ect ‘ 4. W. HUTCHIN: | aAnerican Stove with Oven attached x 48 TUDOR STREET ‘ PHONE : 4563 q strip of Carpet, Rugs, Curtains, tion by appointment only. acre, trim lawns, abundance
ri N CO., 17 ee 12 82—3n 21. 12.52—In | & * Cushions, Table & Standard GAINSBOROUGH flowering shrubs and flowers,
ead Fp ach Beh ‘ — | “TEA SETS Gift Prices LSS EOOOPE SSO OPTS Lamps, Cedar Bookcase, Pictures ore Saath rock arden, and good mature
, . it iborn Club the | “hy ULAI \ t just ee SETA specil or aed Coffee Sets. | Tee ee srl eceee Road and Twesdside Roud, divided but only Sie miles. foom Tawa
f the olborn Club HINO ts ne om thy Tea, n h “ " a lo
itiok were won by the folk) oy va at Inipe 1 Opt aS ae eos These ey, are unbeatable and eo ee tan Fag eH into two flats each nae of SEA-FO!
‘ . K. R, Hunte 712-5289 | excellent gifts, Several designs fro " & Breakfast Services, 2 three bedrooms, Living and dining RT, ST. JAMES—Care-
YCLE—Mr. Denis Atk ’ = -- — hauled | Which to choose, G. W. HUTCHINSON Wolnewsed Ten Garvines, 3 Glass rooms, toilet, bath and kitchen. fully re-modelled 2 storey house
Barbades Mutual Life Assurance Sot DONKEY Gf Just been overhauled) ¢° Co LTD, Dial 4223 . Decanters in Stand. SINGER Out-buildings: two separate gar- on one of the most attractive
TICKET No, 302 al nd reupholste witt at arne iv 17.12.62—3n Treadle Sewing Machine, Rocking ages and two separate servants’ sites in this increasingly popular
pol Mr Dudley Warde Cie € beautiful condition S15 Tel 4 Pe Ne eas aie Chairs, Folding Chairs, Folding rooms. This property can be area. Beautiful coral and sand
‘ Mutual Life Assur e Socte 20.12 an TOYS—Anmerican Toys that are differ- Card Tables, Single Saman Beds bought for a very reasonable beach and. calm safe bathing.
TICKET No. 131 ooo 7 lent and lower in prices including & Springs, Spring-filled Mattresses, figure. Inspection by appointment Dining room, lounge, verandahs
; LLS-—Thr D ae | We ater Pistols, $1.20 ea., Shot Guns 72¢ Simmons Ext. Tro Cttaire with only *n both floors, 3 bedrooms, de-
priced ean be seen at the ¢ onmncpgiiten | Ducks 60c. ea., Flutes Sc. ea, Mattresses, Gents. Compactum 1" tached garage and servant's
Pharmaa’, Pritice William Henry Stree Cars 36c. ea, See them aon Cedar, Ptd. Dressing Tables with THE BOWER quarters, All mains services,
Rpeane Ee ee 21.12.59—1n, | GO. Wo HUTC HESON & 17,12.52—0n Mirrors, Screens, Presses, Cup- Situate at the Garfison, Christ BENSAM
Dial 4222. idee « board, Chairs and several Small Chureh, comprising of two bed- dens, Seinen bo
= “es a ee ime fe 3 Tables, 4 ft." Wall Mirror, also rooms, living and dining rooms, a Bey nua
EVENING DRESSFS—Just in time for] S) RATED SKIRTS—Just in time for r - ft.” n 7 5 ated’ modern stone bu
2 Sei a ; 4 ated various Mirrors. Electric iron, Hot- 1try, kitchen, toilet d bath. 2 ngdlow
oe tif eres ae non Curiae. OT eae eas | Draw for the Annual Raffle plate & Oven, Frigidaire, LaOeTs, a . large viandan to the East = barn 2 Seasons right of
‘ eay at irts . ey , Kitchen Tables, Mise. Kitchen and North of the building. Out- uilding is
ve Even'ng Bags $5.98 each. THE | Dresses at $18.00 each. The Modern ; ° Utensils, Misc. China. Gents & 7 conveniently planned with
A opal 08 Stree! . a. build 3 yants - *
i ie Shoppe, Br ad oueet } Dress Shoppe, Broad Street. 91.18 < Prizes Boys’ Bicycles, Servant’s. Bed, oun ings: Servants 1000 ee Jarge living room, having access
St e a Mattress, Ptd. Table & Chest of fruit trees and standing on approx- re aie Covered front verandah
oo Drawers. Greens Lawn Mower mately 7,500 sq. ft. This house ecakfast room, kitchen and J
SOOO PSPPPOIOR prrrenerneer a will take place at the PLAZA THEATRE, Bridgetown tas new) I Lawn Roller, Whee inet an ee
. * Barrow, Step Ladder, Gardening ND le is oO} size
7 * FOR SALE ' , (by kind Permission of the Munagement) Tools, Xmas. Tree, Potted. Palms. LA and has servants’ quarters ad-
{|} 3 Faaene reste s situate at St. J Coast, be- joint s
re . | t and many other interested items Ss t . James Coast, ing. Situated in a well de-
TOD AY § NEWS 1 ANH \ x ele aot On: | a ’ tween Colony Club and Coral veloped semi-private coastal resi-
t % aa eel tb 1 CASH ON FALL OF HAMMER. Reef Club. Spots can be had with dential area and possesses many
nee i S$ WHITE POTATOES— 8c. HOUSE | e or without a frontage to the sea, commendable features. Full main
" MA Ss 45° ‘ > it ali » s have a yay
BRITISH CARS 195 * Bars 110 Ibs.—$6.60 3 ae ‘ } 8 p.m. on Monday 22nd December | AU: 10 pa & alt pots have a right pe way services, A safe , investment,
Specifications and TT i oa v2 HASTINGS, rs ' | CTIONEERS coast LAND, St. James, Ap-
Wiatectaphs % SMALL DUTCH ONIONS $ Daily and Longterm § { | iw | _—_—__— Prox. 2 acres in one of the most
ee (1Se. tb) % quoted on request. 1952 ohana .- Biadon ae desirable and private parts of this
e Se. | at the
An Interesting Book tor % 2 | Permanent Guests of 24es. per ft. in order to
* fotorists x Bags 55 Ibs.—$6.60 2 | lcome & Ce obtain a quick sal ee
ris' s agSs 95 3S.—36.6) weilco! 7 ™ ry in wu sale.
sar} 1% ; x | Diuner and Cocktail ; Raffle Ticket Holders will be admitted Free on Presen +o REAL ESTATE AGENTS
R/> ae 1” X WHITE CABBAGE—36c. Ib % Parties arranged ‘ tation of their Tickets at the door, to witness the Draw, A.F.S., B.Y.A. ‘AUCTIONEERS e
at SE BP *. sae t follows. : ‘ i VALUERS
ys No. 11 SWAN STREET & J. Hj BUCKLAND and the Film the PLANTA 151/182 ROEBUCK STREET Plantations Building
JOHUNSON’S STATIONERY % 18.12.52—4n. » Proprietor BRIDGETOWN PHONE 4900 {//
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work and it is only through these introduce into our em the boiling weter and let tho little one Inhale the ols |
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OLYMPIC STORY



CONTINUING my comment
on the swimming and _ divir
events in Helsinki one of my most
vivid recollections was ar
which took place on o!
afternoon I went to the pool. It
was of course confined to the little
section of people I was ttin
among and did not attract the at
tention of the World's Pre

incident





I have already mentioned it
briefly in my despatches so read-
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I bave already explained how

found myself sitting among
nembers of the French swimming
nd their supporters and also
heir press men.: Just two rows
in front of me was an elderly lady
and as the eight teams lined
for the final of the 4 x 200 metre
relay I heard her join with her
companions in shouting for France
Then:as the race started they wax-
ed even more vociferous and
cries of “Allez Jean”, “Allez
Jean”, mafle the two Jéans who
were in the race (Jean Boiteux
and Jean Bernardo) look up and
wave in oyr direction before they
dived into-the water for their leg
of the race.









The French team did not fair
too well in the early stages of
the race but towards the end the;
made up on their opponents and
eventually came third. / my
friends shouts grew more frenzied
when they noticed the progress
made, the;swimmers were not the
only Frenchmen who were ex-
hausted when the race was ovet
As I sat back down to make a note
of the result in my programme,
the buzzing died down and it was
then. thatI heard the distinct
sound of foud and prolonged sobs.
I could not for the life of me
imagine Where they were coming
from or:what anybody would
want to cry for at such a time as
this .

I lookeg up and after following
the sounds I discovered they were
coming aj my friend the elderty
lady. She had her head in her arm
on the shgulder of her companicn,
a young Prench girl, and her body
was racked as she sobbed her
heart out* in the most
scene imaginable. I
companiog exchange winks and
glances af amusement with the
others sitling around and it was
then that:I asked the chap who
was “acting as interpreter what
was the matter. “Tears of joy”
he exclaimed, “at the French team
coming third after such a great
gtruggie”. “Well” I said. ‘what
would she have done if they had







saw her

won?” He shrugged his should-
ers,
The very next day I hac the

answer to my question in part, It
was when Jean Boiteux’s father
jumped into the pool fully cloth-
ed after his son had won the 400
metre Free Style from the Hawai-
lan Ford Konno who was swim-
ming for the United States. I
am sure if the lady herself had
not jumped into the pool, then a
good number of the tearn would
have come close to doing so if
France had won the relay as well.

Papa Boiteux’s leap into the
pool after his son was, of course,
one of the most publicized inci-
dents at the Gumes. For myself I
cannot say actually when he went
in. He must have done so as I
took my eyes away to consult my
programme. But when I looked
up he was already in and it toox
me some time to realise that he
was not one of the swimmers.
Where an incident of this kind
would have aroused continued
shouts of amazement from a crowd
out here, it hardly drew more than





a murmur from those _ sitting
around the swiming adium in
Helsinki. Perhaps this made

me look twice »%efore I could be-

lieve my eves.

The race for the 400 metre tree
style was itself one of the best of

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Japa Furuhashi, I have al-
ready 1 1 But to
sé Marsha in the
1.500 r C He
was lappec » and
Ha irr nd in ¢ 2 poo)

iis > doing. It first got

sre they were at

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meant they

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t up with him and were

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could not keep up and presently
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On the left is the Spring Board diving platform and on the right econas
the platform for the Highboard dives. The pool for diving was the extent
separated from the main pool so that diving and/or Water Polo ters of 1t€
could be carried on simultaneously. -
Boiteux, it seen M
was not one of the favourites ana X
when Konno took the lead it was Su
fully expected that he could hold
it. But Boiteux was second all
the way and must have pulied out
a special effort for the final He F
passed Konno a few laps before
the finish and when Konno made .
a renewed effort to overtake him,
Boiteux held on with great ten- In £

acity to last out the drive.

After watching
father out of the pool I could
not help looking around to see
what his mother Madame Boiteux

Jean push his



was doing. She was sitting in the
row behind me, near at hand, and
she was the first near relation of
a competitor at the Olympic

Games whom I anaged to have
under close observation when the
competitor became the winner of
a Gold Medal. 1 therefore paid
her particular atténtion




Madame Boiteux took her son's
Olympic Victory well. One can
imagine the strains and stresses
those closely connected with the
competitors go through when they
sit watching. Mad@ime Zatopek
had turned cartwheels on the field
when she saw her husband win
the 5,000 metres. Many of the
athletes themselves had shed tears





of joy on being presented with
their gold medals. The Rev. Rob-
ert Richards bounced around like

a Fox Terrier after completing his
winning Pole Vault leap. Yes, an
Olympic Gold Medal means much
to these people and meant a
lot to Madame Boiteux that her
son of nineteen had won one,

But the old lady sat there and
as her countrymen all around her
came up and shook her hand or
gave her a wave, she acknowledg-
ed the congratulations with a

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method of qualification. / r the |?
fiasco in the sprint cycling events
it was a welcome change to find
some even where time was a
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for example, Jean | >

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SEFTON DELMER MEETS NEGUIB Coréiiation

HOW STRONG? _ Livice

CAIRO Criticized

WHAT should one think of the
crinkly faced, leather-skimned
little man in the British-style












RT-OF-SPAIN, Dec

uniform of an Egyptian major- official nnounce-
general who is running Egypt to- nent that three member of the}
day? Trinidad Legislative Council—the |



Edt

What, I wonder, did Sir James
Robertson, Civil Secretary of the
Sudan Government, who spent
two hours with him in Cairo last
week, make of him?

Sir James has had long ex-



yn and Social] Services, the
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James must have asked himself — AGENTS —
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meeting Egypt’s new strong man, ©
Premier General Mohamed
Neguib, I had put those questions

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His Diary, now ="
H Ale , published, shows».
what happens when >

generals fall out

@ Field-marshal Earl Haig,

ie Od Aeon ia te by ROGER

1914-18 war, died in 1928. To-
day, after a generation, a vol-
ume of extracts from his
private papers and diaries is
made public







this book ill be found the
icture in ou story of the
ffi tic which faced a British
r in the field. Though
Haig diarie ir ack the pith
j I ope’s
gton,
DOOK,
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€ fte

? the re
brancé, The overriding interest of
these { personal beca
they -re ome sides of



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formerly been hidden
















do good
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where

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‘Tongue-tied how he seems to t roe TABLET gene
Asquith labelled Haig “tongue- HAIG the prejudices of the s of the route 20am Buckfast
1d much of Haig’'s mis- ates room abow lian life b 5 : energy a
the politicians lay in the + + + barrack-room prejudice. really ough ave passed necessar ane ——
they could argue a case is that Haig was a doughty the Army with the Duke of Ca rgd a ee
while he could not. But his gifts fighter in these battles — some- bridge and Sir Redvers Buller. ——_ ACLE
of expression were certainly not times on his. own account, When the statesman Bryce—a Si uctior Tx cou ——<
hobbed ; 1@ came te A careful reading of all the veteran of 78 — bravely visited be = —S= . BRAND
pen; nis is t dence shows that he, more Haig comments gg the Me a —— Powder
ore > fe of French in Will bring a man to s SOLE L. M. B. MEYERS
posed 5 of indecision AGENTS Bridzetown.— Barbados
area Although a brother field mar-.
George's of French, “He's a nice "€ :
> had -







Joffre a
ginger beer

For .a
angeély

enjoyed the

his support.
Haig +





jas
' i Blake says
After the episode when the Army of Loos in

stupidly. arrested F. E. Smith the 1915 Haig out of ‘friendship and Politicians,

coe loyalty kept _
head, Haig is chiefly conéerned self” This is not correct. He had “slike of

future Lerd Chanceflor Birken-







tus beth but when



es on you can't

he had — and has— '*



rs and admirers, ‘ers aa ;
not ong them. Mr. He was delighted to find t
tha the Battle‘the editor of the Morning Pos





the late summer of had a commenda







his views to him-






t he d







with the amount of old brandy repeatedly expressed them to the Who happened a

which Smit irank at lunch. Yet one person who really counted— the time. . -
et-hearted King George Y The Verdict
the surface. Asquith’s Act Many people will feel

» of affection
for - wher BEF
vith him int eng
ce he w A pleasure to shout
! the olc mn im the house. yn the su
Se amusing and kindly in his ways







ng

the





Ir



He makes outspoker
on men like Lloyd G
Kitchener
who com:

comments treat.








French, was taken
E en Kitch





France «in
Jellica —
opportunities
written off

Anyone t
acquaintance
the 1914-18 war




Admiral
lender the ‘Prime

out of the

nodding French was

is familiar with because the

the feline squabbles of the Brit- mind to tell Asquith everything f°" agreeing to its

ish generals. Asquith perhaps that he ha
used a truer word when he ces- about F re

In August, 1914, just as the Hai to apply the
were 2




ge The decision to recal re
, Lord ! on recall French Lord Esher, who may have been

for War, was temporarily
country, and Asquith,

ging — is charge of the War Office. Asquith

h the events of act.” This again is hardly correct

to Lloyd George

The editor does

bout to sail, he told
he had “doubts”



1

but he cer
secret hates



at @ curious «moment

ner, the Secretary of 3" eminence grise
Bays but whose

Minister, was in





atters by saying
selection éf French, ™®# cae ae
ner of 1915 he told on if
the King that French ought to “to (0g
Squabbies have been recalled after the re- soy Georg





epithet “cur’’| side.
scandalous.

not improve
that Lioyd n e
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tigated these bickerings as ser- observer can doubt that this was military commentators

pentine. the reason

“Mighty offensive’ were two what suddenly made the change.
words used by Dr. Johnson to Critics of Haig might justly say

why ‘ 3 ». Pages, but Haig will not
y Asquith some smaller by being shown with all!and scalping knife to ambush un-

describe the merriment of par- that he was the architect of his “OP man.

sons. These disputes among the Own advancement,
generals, where loyalty might His Fears

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equally severe comment. issues with which Haig was con-
The surprise of these diaries nected — his retations with the

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natura ook, anew brilliance " :

and lif>. = :
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Siivikrin

THE HAIR'S NATURAL FOOD

.



flourishing business.



*The private papers of Douglas! cavalry troop. But no trace of pa
Haig, 1914-1919. Edited by Robert) violence clouds the relationship
Blake (Eyre and Spottiswoode, | between the Navajos and their

a

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED ) 0
—L.E.8. |ambassador to the West.—I.£.S.

the virtues and failings of com-| wary parties of pioneers or | (BE
j
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blood, is now in progress and the a cross between Jersey and}
export of cross-bred bulls to South Zebu. }
and wealthy estate and Central America
standing milking cattle in the in- pwners. Pure-bred European cattle

dairy

success

of

Jamaica

tha

pot

This| ,

these| war-headdresses of eagles’ feath-
growers and rode out with tomahawk

is quite a

|
b-eed Jerseys, cross-breeding has not)
further been so successful, and though the

another another type comparable to th«
Hope, Jamaica Hope.”—B.U.P.







hese recruit
» lish were aq

the results h exceeded
for; optimistic expectations on eithe



The Navajos provec















white colleagues, and extremely |
vard-working into the bargain, the |
to this par




Navajos have



°° miureae may be taken as the verdict of : sat j
woman always said that the recall of â„¢#Â¥ be *t cular aspect 1 producti p
urely | my” own we ge ae diary be though they have been oil men all | BRYLCREEM
4 ars a _" ary | their lives. ‘
5 i . grateful to the present Lord Haig t is strange to think that the | contains no gum, Pi ei eel
King de h It is strange to think that the | TI
TO 9 dll Aaa © publication. | grandfathers ‘of some of the young | soap, spirit or se ROV ER ‘75
1 heard from Haig There is naturally much material) men now so peacefully employed | starch—it gives a car with those
nch. No impartial for the protracted battles of the|gace donned war-paint and the | life to dry hair hidden values

essential te
pleasurable
motoring, ... ”
jbattle with an American army

' BRYLCREEM
controls the hair
without excessive

oiliness

| new friends ofthe oil industry. The
latter has indeed proved a wortt y



ee autapeanoacameas

“In Trinidad and British Gui-
ana,” it adds, “where Friesian
Tough! Compact!
road and in field...

in first cross (50 per cent, Friesian) i Y
in one !

REDMAN & TA





Fellow above'’s riding the
Mobo Toy-Cycle with remov

able Sefety wheels; Horse-

man below is just one of our

treasure of amusing Plastic

Toys.

Fly To London By B.O.A.C,

for the Coronation

Pageantry and splendour, brilliant 3

uniforms and royal robes—to much te ee |

see and so easy to reach by B.0.A.C, bd
a







airliner. Fly in comfort, with perfect
service and delicious meals, and no tips.
Consult your Travel Agent er cali

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Real play/time companions
range at K. R. HUNTE’S

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Children’s skin ailments need the soothing
touch of Germolene Ointment. It re
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gives protection against the entry of
harmful bacteria. You will find, too,
that Germolene draws out dirt from cuts,
abrasions, blisters and sores and stim-
ulates the growth of new skin. Keep @
tin of Germolene handy for family use.
FoR

SPOTS, RASHES, BURNS
IRRITATIONS, ABRASIONS

a
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and exhaustion and remember, Buckfast Tonite
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5 and wishes. If not, here are a few of the fascinatin:

Mobo Toys pictured below! .



Combination meal/play-
time Mobo Chair-Desk is for ~
the artist. B eauty below is
the Mebo Merry-ge-Round.
Fun for one or two, pull it.
around—it's easy to do.



the Mobo Toys make! and
these are only a few—see the complete intriguing

Shewroom.

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SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1952 SUNDAY

_—_—_—————



HENRY

BY CARL ANDERSON



BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES

nu

LOOK OWT, PUNT

- HAAS CONS
THE OTHERS

( LOOK OUT!)
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BY DAN BARRY






FLASH THEY a
ES

y I'M SORRY, FLASH! MY PEOPLE
WY WILL NOT WAIT WITH FREEDOM
, ALMOST IN THEIR GRASP!
\) WE MUST GO ON!



» | ATTACK, MEEMIR

# KILL MARLA TOO
Â¥ KILLED: THE L-LITTLE
MIZARD

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Legis] [..AS HE PULLS THE TRIGGER



AS WESTLEY SNAPS THE TRIGGER
INTO PLACE, HE IS UNAWARE THAT
THE MUZZLE OF HIS RIFLE IS

CLOGGED WITH SNOW!




WHAT ?! BIMMY'S \*l He DION'T
BROTHER TOOK OPEN IT-siR!

WHEN HE WAKES LP, ALL MY CIGARS ?--]] HE TOOK THE
SAFE

AND CAN'T FIND er} Vin

TO SMOKE!
Vo

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Ve’





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a | 2222 A MANCANE: HUNGRY 4
| | ENOUGH TO WANT TWO STEAKS ~<~?
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You know, too, when vou look at the price
tag, that you ean’t get finer value. Ulustrated
is a Two-tone Brogue. Tied to every pair is
the John White Guarante:
which means ‘ just right’!

leading stores in Barbados.

Shield

Look for it in

the sign

eta

made by

V CLEANS YOUR TEETH
ACUI NM Co SLI

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PAGE FIFTEEN






J OH N WH ITE a a right

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ADVOCATE SUNDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1952
initia asinine nasi tapiadid este een eae

MY FAMILY COULDN’T GET ALONG
WITHOUT GENTLE, DEPENDABLE

PHILLIPS!

PAGE SIXTEEN SUNDAY

DAVID LEWIN’S

Spotlic ht

MAKES A NOMINATION











Miss Peek-a-Boo

%
- pay . .
—now there’s a girl with Gg Z y

HEN the light burns
until three in the morn-
ing in a Chelsea studio

flat off King’s-road (it happened
again yesterday)—it is Joan



relieves heartburn. acid






ndigestion pains, other distress stomach and discomfort due to con





over-eating, over-indulgence stinatien or acid-indigestion!































Greenwood staying up late
reading, reading, reading play
scripts and saying No, No, No
Why these Noes, when every
nlay, film, and TV producer in town
s dashing round with his latest
offers?
“Te ae “and. Tit * ive vou the SILHOUETTE ... Joan Greenwood as «
reason in the dictionary tion burglar, outlined against the night sky
fe theme word of the week Gentle, dependable lorctive action Taken at bedtime, Phillips helps
Tat ie the ene Gellgntrul Kee “Qbout a mea ene wee keeps young end old feeling fit, | you wake up next morning feeling as
explains 1g now she bubbled over when she found that after ready for work or play! grand, wonderfully refreshed! eS
shou wait to pla a oe she can the ench film men had the idea they >
li in, “no ymething I have to re d they couldn fees 7
Ologise for afterwards 7 te ! tricks. They had to sen or
an | from England. IDEAL FAMILY ANTACID-LAXATIVE FOR YOUNG AND OLD!
All hese Greenwood assets are
IT s UNEXPECTED genuine flair, which is not as common E W's as
[he Greenwood flair pops up in show business as many think As an alkolizer for neutralizing excess stomach acidity and re-
unexpectedly In “What's My Line ? t 4% 1 fis for instance, when dae : fs id-indi i i
ith rhinestone earrings and w-vng ae. Bygraves. Sepeated @, succematill lieving the pains and discomforts of acid-indigestion, Milk of
au eee. OD or pty faip tor lik€ routine so of en in the wast ne ae at Magnesia, a product of Phillips, is one of the fastest, most effective
Ie we a OV 0 hel er yund themselves § or
FLAIR for knowing when to change tt to see the same material. known. As a /gxative, Phillips acts gently and thoroughly, without
ninth o tintanaale ry anes Orne griping or discomfort, and without embarrassing urgency. Phillips
a eg Se IT’S NOT OBVIOUS tones up the entire digestive system . . . is the ideal antacid-laxative
But why repe at it?” she asks today. yt isn’t flair for Mi arilyn Monroe to for all the family! Get Phillips today!
Something new, please.”) become > e for obviously
FLAIR for finding her own private studio-s Latest: “I b
tun by disappearing for a couple of days alway or When yot u liquid or Ta lets _=
at .Christmas and. playing. a clown have seen one you have seen them all t j
(unknown to anyone) in a circus . loes not make such te
The other day I saw Joan Greenwood that she never
in a film made in France —“ Mr ly < e of her distinctive
Peek-a-Boo.” Flair again. Watch how qualities—that curling, beguiling voice.
she glides in a quaint black-cat costume Not doing the obvious things—that. too,
1s a burglar. is flair.
Her flair helps to put over the film's London Express Service
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‘Christmas Lresent |
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MORE HOURS OF ee ; oe ~
$| (P |
D Rita Hayworth’s lawyer, right thing,” said Mr. Crum. irty leadership between .the fi
wiry Bartley C. Crum, after Communists who fought the war REDIFFUSION—
vging from conferences with On Miss Hayworth’s decision to in France and those who resisted |
y y Khan's representative, Charles abandon claims to alimony Mr. in Moscow. Guingouin is a wide-
sorem: “The details of the sep~ Crum commented: “With Rita’s ly admired self-confident leader.}|@
ration agreement between Aly 5.000 dollars a week and her pri-. He represents the nearest thing to]% ENTERTAI N MENT ] |
Khan and Rita will never be vate investments Rita just doesn’t « Tito-ist inside the party that has[@ ‘
known.” need any money for herself.” happened so far. J
But I can’give some details: In a_ telephone conversation He will not merely refuse t¢ : F
1.—A trust-fund guaranteed by from Madrid with Mr. Crum, Miss yeeant.. He is expected to counter 4 STARTING SUNDAY 2st DEC. | 2 i yi Ai rm”
the Aga Khan will provide four- Hayworth said that she was hav- ait ck, with embarrassing out- : : ‘ One = { i i mM Hi 1) ‘im i |!
year-old Yasmine with an annual ing “a wonderful time” sightsee- 9; okerness Marty and Tillon]¢ an@ Continuing through 1953 + ofa | Hh ee 4
income of 50,00 dollars. . 2.—Rita ing with a red-haired Prgnien lso refuse to recant, and their[ Rediffusion will extend its e| a a ‘ wh i Hi ,
is to have custody of Kasmine Marquis de Villapadierna, a firm- expulsion is at hand, g| : i MLW 4
while Aly rétuins the right to visit er close friend of Aly and that J ® H \ a if HA lit HH
her as often as he likes and to take she does not intend to return to Then the stage will be set for 4 | | i 7 \
ler to Burope for an annual holi- Paris before going back to the the return to Paris from Moscow } | | Mma / - RY A i
ay.. 3.—Rif§ abandon all claims U.S.A. “because I had such a mis- -f “the dearly beloved leader,’ t A il i y j iy i
to limony and both parties agree erable time when I was last there.” Maun ee _Thorez It will be a noisy SUNDAYS | NL f Hh i : ; ‘| ( ( |
bandon elaims to each other's age still echoing with accusa- FROM | HN HH | i ni Mil
perty. 4.-After Rita's Nevada Out In The Cold ons and counter-accusations,|]¢ ny ‘ } | CAR Hh i i I HH fl "|
; : ’ 645 AM. TO 10.30 P.M | HH PA | | |
ivorce the pair will present but at least the more prominent] ¢ ALL DAY |
themselves before the Aga Khan EXPELLED from the French bodies will have been decently re-|¢ holes asad e|
+o enable him as head of the Is- Communist Party: Georges Guin- n.oved from sight and some of the $
maAili Moslem sect to have a syme gouin, a famous Resistance leader loodstains wiped off : 7 §
holie Moslem divorce. The sins for which he has bee oes SATURDAYS ‘ }
expelled are accepting the praises They Said It 7 : ae yy i is hi i
‘ 9 of the Americanised Press” and 6.30 A. TE .M. Hit
idee A: Gontlerian allegedly “diverting million nt Quotes of the week: Italian film] @ ALL DAY = “al i | a
Major hitch in the negotiations francs of party funds.’ r Sylvana Pampanini: “I speak 1% ° LS ni
was: Aly’s insistence (said to be ; : een pees when my mouth is} @ 2 es ; rt cm rv
inspired by ‘the Aga Khan) that This expulsion is the party's last full of spaghetti.” ~ French actor MONDAYS ® 3 i PA a or i i ml 6
Y smine should receive a Mos- warning to veteran revolutionary Paniel Ge lin: “The honeymoon is TO 2 i ong oy I | he
lem religious education as from Andre Marty and his fellow de- rT W nee the husband takes his FRIDAYS 3 | HA ! HH
the age of seven. On this Rita viationist Charles Tillon te recant ‘le of t — ren = en a : 6.30 AM, TO 10.30 PM i nh a i sii
a a i ee i , fore they are n, ¢ her an item on his monthly bud- I
fused to bind herself.. Finally, before hey too are bundled ou inxoaed sereiin Ke !



* | | 1 i

\'v conceded the point, nto .the counter-revolutionary £2t-”

“ . i - ol 2pm.andipm

Aly Khan acted like a gentle- « is ‘ 5 a - WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERVED ! ™
man because -he was certain that t is also a urther sign of the _LES. i |
» the eng his wife would do the yvrowing strain in the Communist

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from IRENE RICHARD

PARIS
ACE ‘ts the favourite
evening fabric in Paris

a a

ut the pre - Christmas
parties. It is used for
sumptuous crinoline styles
and in half-length full-
skirted designs. And the
vogue is giving a fillip to
me of France's oldest
artisan industries.
WwW

Smartest types are either
y fine and cobu

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Two-colour effects
2 a novelty, a very h
oral pattern appeariny
contrasting backgrou?
Tan, beige and off-wh
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inations.
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ck tulle. The deep off-
‘-shoulder black velvet
lar, knotting a
hind, matches chic dm?
untlet gloves of

Irse



21

Cnristmas

LACE

1952





eae a et a Oe a

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a aaa eae” ao

en

COMMONWEALTH T0 ACT IN
COMMODITY PRICE
“EMERGENCIES”

By RONALD BOXALL
LONDON.
The post-Korean rise of colm-

modity prices, and their subse-
quent fall, was one of the chief
factors in the alarming deteriora-
tion that took place last year in
the sterling area’s payments posi-
tion. The high incomes resulting
from the rise of prices for many
sterling commodities engendered in
primary producing countries a





strong demand for imports. And
this demand continued unabated
even when prices slumped after
the Korean boom.

The result, for most ster|
Commonwealth countries, w
sudden transformation in their
external payments position from

one of healthy surplus to well-nigh
disastrous deficit. And for the
sterling area, as a whole, it meant
an enormous decline in the gold re-
serves, which continued during
the first quarter of this year.

The decline in the gold reserves
has been halted and reversed, but
the experience left the
area in a severely weakened ste
A return to orthodox monetary
policies and strict control of im-
ports helped to avert the disaster
that seemed inevitable less thar
year ago. But these measures,
themselves, cannot prevent a rey
tition of the extreme price fluctu-
ations that touched off last year’s
crisis.

What is needed now, as the
Commonwealth Prime Ministers
acknowledged early in their Lon-
don economic conference, is some
form of agreement—preferably on
an international basis—to ensure
a measure of stability in com-
modity prices.

sterling



e.



A comparison of the way sier-
ling and dollar commodity } a
have moved since the outbr
war in Korea throws inte
light on the problem that faced th«
Commonwealth leaders.

The following table shows how
the prices of the sterling
main. dollar-earning commodities
rose after the outbreak of war in
Korea and declined during the
subsequent recession.





irea §



Pre- Post-
Korea Korea
Peak



Price



He Lest the Pains inhis Arms

No wonder this man dreaded
going to work, for rheumatic
pains in his arms made it torture

to use them. Yet to-day he feels
fitter than ever and work is @
pleasure, as he tells in his letter

“7 had been suffering from
rheumatism very badly and had
such pains in my arms I scarcely
knew how to use them. Then 1
was told to try Kruschen Salts,
and after using one bottle I
found relief. So, of course, I have
kept on with it, am now thor-
oughly better and have never felt
so fit for years. I used to feel
miserable and sluggish, but now
it is a pleasure to work instead
of a dread.”’—S.B.

The pains and stiffness of
rheumatism are usually caused

by deposits of excess uric acid in
the muscles and joints. Kruscheo
stimulates the kidneys and other

intestinal organs to regular
6

healthy action so that all th
excess uric acid is expe
through the natural Chan 5
When that goes, aches and pains
go too, Freshness and vigour
are restored

If you are trou
matism, g?
yourse}f. Y
all Chemists











a

Stores,

and





Rubber 247d 69\d 22%4d
éper Ib.)
Tin £601.7 £1470 £959
(per ton)
Wool
(merino 64) 140d 3l4d 131d
(per Ib.)
Jute £121. 6d. £226.8 £81
(per ton)

The prices of these commodities
have all fallen very sharply from
their peak level. Indeed, in all
but one case, they are now below
ihe pre-Korean level,





American commodities suffered
milar} bul though the prices
of the chief dollar’ commodities
are now below the post-Korean |
peak, they remain, in all but one}
case (t of sugar), well above
the level ruling at the outbreak
of war in Korea.
Pre Post- Recent
Korea Korea Price
Price Price Level
Cotton
24.6 cents 46 cents 36.6 cents
(per Ib.)
Copper
22.1 cents 34.9 cents 34.9 cents
Ib (since July)
cents 19 cents 14 cents
b
t i9.5 cents 20 cents
ib.)
9 cents 284 cents 268.6 cents
(per 60-%.)
if 33. 8s 58.45 32s
wt.)
Coffee 46% cent by cents 53% cents
(per 60-lb.)

The Commonwealth Prime Min-
isters therefore agreed that com-
modity price stabilisation arrange-
ments are essential if further
damaging price fluctuations are to
he avoided in the future. They ap-
proved, in principle, the sugges-
tion that these arrangements
should take the form of agree-
ments between producers and
consumers, with fixed ceiling and
floor prices for the main commodi-
ties entering world trade.

It is one thing, however tp agree
on the need for a certain course
of action, but quite another to ob-
tain general consent to it. Price
stabilisation schemes have bee
proposed before, but these have
been abandoned through the lack
of agreement between producers
and consumers on what constitutes
an “equilibrium” price level

In the case of wool, it was the arose as a result of the post-
Commonwealth producers who Korean commodity boom and |
objected to a price stabilisation

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BERLIN, Thursday.
INCE he walked out
| of his job as Reuter’s
| chief Berlin corre-
| spondent to go over to the
East German Communists
two yeam ago John Peet
has travelled 40,000 miles
all over the Soviet zone, he
told me last night.

Why does he travel? To
give- talks at meetings in
favour of Moscow's “ peace-
fight” campaign.



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t bounday
walked to go R
















would be too easy for
n? to go back,” ne said. “That
if I wanted to."
His strateg outpost of the
East is at the top of three
| flights of narrow stairs just
| MY Unter den Linden Here
| he runs a busy little office; for

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DOESN’T
FOOL ROEDEAN |

by WILLIAM HAMSHER |

| ALL CHANGE FOR CHRISTMAS : |








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accepts
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r—vyet—of the Dati
ss,” said Peet, with

y wry smile, “but you ca:
circulation is very sat:s

say
factory and rising.’ |

Distr.bution ?
Germ

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1 Report goes to England
sh Commonweaith, anc






union branches have
free coples from time
So have colleges and

reply trom Oxford is on

It runs: “Discontinue
me German Report
I hope for your

way
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time

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g boarding
scl Brighton ‘Your
pap is not suotle enough \&
de e English _ people. |
Ch M. Fox.’ |
.
Double ration
N TILL, as Jonn Pe |
Me said while we sipped |
" yur second cup of
State ¢ producing Demo- the fashionable woman wears
4 4 1an Report oringes
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PAGE EIGHTEEN

SUNDAY ADVOCATE, _



Some Of These Women
Would Scare The Children |


































Housing
Experts Vis
Dominica















‘TH C. =~ . : i. 52 I Our oO e
> ertainly Frightened Me
4 1 mA ‘
( le 5 a 3 © DOMINICA, Dec. 14.
: Dr. Hector Garcia ciol
a r c - “President-elect { the United tt See
(By BEVERLEY BAXTER eee ; Bote’ ot ae ot oy weit tam ut-|@2d Mr. Donald Hanson, e: -
i HAVE akness for Clipper “° i y. If Governor Steven=| ©¢ 4rrived in Dominic: t 0
fe whic! ; had roduced this portrait | 44Y- They are housing experts wh«
claim I no c tans > ot e electic might have resulted | have been assigned to the Carib
cs ; ye Og \ hs the artist t rently. This round, expres-|bean Commission under the U.S
ol y f I once boug ee th c ne of ‘ ich less, over youthful face could Point IV Programme, BAG. ERO
e Clipper picture lich hangs ; : her } to a Korean soldier who|have aided Governments of vai
ll and dominates the whole * ngs lid not know whether he was of |0US colonies, including Barbados,
: leep tha Codner ng a North or the South. Fs ag and Antigua, in their |
} he f asle¢ thas . "1 $ sing projects
Whe ie hie te, f +i . of Leslie In The Moonlight | housing projects.
a breasting the dark Her en Terence Cuneo obviously en- Dr. Garcia and Mr, Hanson have
rue ve In the morning it ®M@ are . son , ed painting the Lord Mayor) begun a tour of the Windwar
t in the wind,.â„¢a@Pp 0 ! i nd Lady Mayoress of Liver; Islands to discuss housing prob-
: end. 4 a Henson Alderman Vere E. Cotton). It lems and to gather data on hous-
1 } never end The Idealist t merely a portrait but @Jing conditions in these islands.
Simor Elwe turned ure a a ship 2 oe On Tuesday the experts visit
inate Deuglas Fairban} inta a thin n country house Complete Witt various parts ¢ seat oting
It Dominates - ; ay Pa cata : ro . obe having obviously. returned | , Fe parts af -Roseau, noe
Therefore it wa with some D’Artagnan of the American navy, | ; tt althbugh hid conditions and problems of t!
diffidence that I decided to go to with a string of a moustache and*}\"‘ Pe ae Muitinated town’s housing. On Wednesda)
the opening of this year’s show the eyes of a man who knows °”" ; they were invited to a meeting of
“ek S a f Portrait where both the nav nd himself ° by the moonlight. Alder=/s46 Board of Direct ¢ ti
he Royal society o 3 ing. Mr. Elwes is also in ™2” Cotton is studying the model | po, nica Build ERAT. e \ mS
i ere aueaie “ly fort ith his portrait of Mr f an ancient schooner which | | re Par eta. ce reer’
pwever ; : Oe (23% dibee : c * Jends to the portrait the authen-| 1 ste a te Me . oe —
take prota cin ee { Pi scaditt tic Liverpool touch. His wife is ae ake on housing put to them
he cok iy ” -_ me tting down in that state of sweet by e Board and made ome
. ome , e warm radi- ; oges
ind Mune Ct di spot content which every wife feels SU&sestions.
ance of ougias 1anao’ ee ter oy sbz > eC ne
oie fter her husband’s spee "1 aie
trait of the Queen. It dominates faa delivered — They spoke to a jarge public
this year’s show just ould : gathering on ‘Thursday nignt on | ¥
jominate any wall n itter how With much that is obvious and the aided self-help housing sy
heavil bited t undistinguished there are _ three tem. Mr. Hanson spoke on the!
ractions: or four paintings which grip the} diferent types of houses used by
I ippose that automaticall imagination and make one want} ing poorer classes in the Carib- ¢
the artist will be accused of to return to them again and | bean, and the methods and mater- |
having descended to chocolate again, Philip Lambe'’s Vjera is | i215 used for building better hous
box in his unblushing use of , hort-haired girl with — staring), the aided selfcheip system. He
colours. The accent is on eyes that stare at nothing. Her illustrated His talk with coloured %
and even the tiara contrive rough fur jacket, her lifeless}... tuding 8 sind ing
that end. hands, her sullen calm which Soe ie aaa ‘a ae
‘here is no subtlety about it might break into fury at any pfu ‘of the eoral hn in building.
There is «no suggestion of that moment—they all proclaim the! py, Garcia next described the aid-
sweet melancholy which is part arty Left Wing woman of the| eq self-help system, pointing out
of youth’s charm. Here is a barricades. I may be maligning| jts advantages, which include pro-
young woman who intends that Viera but she terrified me. | duction of more houses in a short-
there shall be sunshine where’er Ibsen Woman f er time at a lower cost.
she walks. The late Howard Somerville x

has left us another young woman
who would frighten the children.
Norah has dark hair, dark eyes

Dignity

The charm of the portrait, and








vocated the use of aided
in building houses in

Dr. Garcia and Mr. Hanson ad- | %
self-help |&
Dominica, | 9



» fez > the ifts it above the ‘ . and wears a‘dark shawl over a|as from what they had noticed |%
enter -_ ction in the The girl with staring eyes : part dark dress. All this gives strength | during their short stay, the island *
mirror. We see the Queen’s of Philip Lambe’s VIERA, to her long, exposed neck. She} was badly in need of many more | &
shoulders and the back of her belongs ‘to Ibsen, to the worle of | and better houses. ig
head just turned enough to give Sandy Scratchley. If he idealises shadows, to the lonely, creaking They both announced their %
us her profile. The effect is one of his women and makes them seem country house, | willingness to come k to %
softness and a quiet dignity in a gentle lovely creatures, why Norah, like Viera, was not/| Dominica to give all the a tance %
portrait that would otherwise lack should we decry a touch of n ide for laughter. They are of | they can whenever the govern-|%&
any claim to restraint or subtle- chivalry in a_ harsh, realistic the night. ment invited them. i.
ty. world? WORLD COPYRIGHT Mr. Hanson and Mr. Garcia 4%
“With excusable showmanship On the other hand, Cathleen RESERVED | leave on Monday by the Gruman | ¥
Mr. Maurice Codner’s portrait of Mann treats General Eisenhower, —L.E.S. | Goose. ¢

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THESE SOLDIER-SGIENTISTS STUDY

FOR ATOM
AGE WAR

by Gordon Holman

SHRIVENHAM (Berkshire),

HE first Royal visitor to the Military
i College of Science, Prince Philip,
provided the briefest description of
its functions when he said last week: * An
establishment which teaches science to
soldiers and, at the same time, soldiering
to scientists, is an absolute necessity.”
The long, low college buildings stretch like
fingers along the Vale of White Horse.

From the lecture rooms. laboratories and
demonstration hangars of the 700-acre township
the Army is drawing a steady supply of soldier
cientists who will be its key men in any Atom-age



wos

The college has grown up in little more than



six years. eioeeecineenaihey in the specie! fields we study. A then they forgot to give me any
Nearly 300 young officers In the library, 40 yards long, discovery that bn sah not change rank.
some fresh from Sandhurst and where students work with books the text-books of an ordinary “With this college, which
some old enough to have been of reference in a score of smal! University for 10 years could really a university, the Army }
fighting at the end of the war— bays, there is a strong-room bring a change here in a week have leap-frogged over the other
are now taking courses here. where secret reports are kept. In another lecture room Dr, ‘Wo Services. We have some-
Most of them will earn univer- Among students in the library Cc. G. Lambe, wearing a black thing here that all the world
sity degrees. were two of the limited number gown, instructed a “class” in ™a€y envy. The Army Council
Two old but brightly polished of civilians who are allowed to fiigher mathematics, Two Cana- ave kept their word, and those

brass cannon near the entrance study at the college dians and an Australian



were

to the headquarters block are a James Low, a 24-year-old Scot, among the officers sitting at study.”

reminder that the college is a and 2l-yvear-old Christopher desks Nor is the scientist-soldier
military institution with a Roberts. from Weston-super- In the hangars are tanks anything but tough. The College
major-general as its com- Mare, had been sent by an air- guns and machinery has a first-class rugger side
mandant craft construction firm for a Leading a class which erawled Squash, tennis, archery and

five-week course.



a . a e
a .
AT THE MILITARY COLLEGE OF SCIENCE, Lieut.-colonel Robin Fletcher
war tells students about a German tank.

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No parades

But the commandant, Major-
general B, C. Davey, Royal
Engineers, believes that the best
utmosphere for the soldier-
students to léarn in is that of the
university. There are no military
parades and little ceremony.

In Becket Hall, officers of
the college meet under oil
paintings lent by the Tate
Gallery and famous regiments
now serving overseas.

“Normally we
are back-room boys, and it is a
thrill to us to be bere,” said Mr
Low.

A strange feature of this
college is that the teacher must
learn alongside the pupil.

Commonwealth men

_ Professor E. B. Pearson, lean-
ing over a machine which can
solve problems that defy the
human brain, said: “We must

over a dusty-brown camouflaged
German Panzerjager, was Lieu-
tenant-Colonel Robin Fletcher
Among his pupils was Captain
H. L. M. King, of the Canadian
Army,

Head of all this learning is
the Dean, Professor O. G. Sutton,
Scholar of Jesus College, Oxford,
and Doctor of Science.

Wearing a tweed jacket in his
small office. Professor Sutton
said: “Only once in my life have

other sports are provided for and
a nine-hole golf course is being
laid out in the grounds.

Only perhaps In Latin are the
soldier-scientists at all weak
‘Their motto, which means “ We
know the causes of things.” was
broadly translated for me by a
young officer as, “We know
everything.”

He said it as if he, at leas
believed it.

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know of the latest developments they got me into uniform. and



TEN-YEAR TAX HOLIDAY? —





KINGSTON House of Representatives in King-| consent of the Government. He

An article published in the’ ston tated, however, that the Exec
New York Times”, stating that }tive Council is now considering
it is proposed to offer a 10-year Sir Harol \llan, Leader of the, the introduction of a Bill with a
“tax holiday” to new industries House and Minister of Finance,| view to further encouraging the
established in Jamaica, has been’ stated that the article was pub-, development of industry in Jamai-

the subject of questions in the lished without the knowledge or ca.



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| But THREE MONTHS oR SO AGO
| HE STARTED TO PAPER A ROOM IN
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one of the finest Service Stations
in the island, that corner has now
been been transformed into an
attractive place for the motoring
public where they can have their
cars serviced and refilled,

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Jones. who has been carrying on
the Yonkers Bus Company for the
past eighteen years, recently vis-
ited New York in the interest of
bis firm and collected valuable
knowledge and this he is prepared

| to give to his customers.

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traffic lanes, where

benefit of the motorist, and there
need be no congestion. Entering
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are two lanes, while the approach
from the country offers one “in”
and two “outs.”

One of the most powerful wash-
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ind servicing of cars will be of a
high standard, }

“KERO BAR”

A Kero Bar his also been fitted
cut, where kerosene oil can be
wrehased under a canopy and
erverl on a toranzo connter, the
mp fer which is situated inside
the building. In this building a
Motor First Aid Denartment will
also be conducted after the office
‘s ehosed, where very essential
‘tems like spark plues. bulths. fan
helts, etc.,.can be obtained up to
midnight should be
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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. 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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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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*. The rtyle 1 M r >r the uu) mi' 1 il of the But the old lady snt there and ound hi r came up and shook In %  gave her a wave she sekl ad Ihe i mgrstulstiona with a ( ,ni that bOl THY SISC0LIN DISTEMPER in Powder The SwImmliiB Stadium durlm a WaUt r"lo match al the XV Olympiad in Helsinki. The liukc of Edinburgh snd Frlnee Bernhard sal at the end of the pool near the dlvtrn > lo U-e — \TTItAt IIVI I Ol Ul ;s Blue, whita, ftBBShtat A rnp'* Bsta wttB ^> (IK MATINTO FLAT OIL PAINT Far QAL*. II:(i. (tfl Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Note :—We -.hall he CI.O'HI on >.iturd.n. ITlh December. YES.'.' These arc some Items for the Home . S:itirep;ins-.\liimiii umi Finnul t u|iPrvs&uro Cookers !aV1 BlCYCLES TPADE? IN. 0>! TERMS t REPAIRS Our Bicycle Department Is now at your eervice: we can handle repairs to ail makes and trade In your bike against a new one on terms... Its as easy as ABC A. BARNES & CO.. LTD HI The CORNER STORE ton XMAS stioi't'i xv Ii ii.:. Tubes Icing Sets Pattie Pnns 11. .in InPan* Stoves—2 & 3 Burners Klertric Table Lamps Thermos Jugs Ice Cream Freezer Aluminium Waiters Mincers Kitchen Knives Fish Turners Spoons Potato Mashers K:. ITS Graters Sk rives Strainers Eee Beaters (rotary) .ndies. words (ail! But. here they are and just in time—a really huperb collection o( Shoes in every shape and style by Arcola. intcrrslinuly priced (rum $13.00. tt J# Medium Heel Court Shoes tp white Nubuck. and. black Suede trimmed black Patent. Court Shoes with Spiked heels in red Suede irimmed red Kid, arm Low Cuts in red and navy Calf, and -hue Nubuck. Sling back Shoes in a variety of styles—whit.Nubuck. and black suede trimmed black Patent. Spiked heels with platform soles. 30 Spiked heels on open back strap Shoes in white Nubuck, black Suede, wine'green Suede trimmed wine green Calf, and brown Suede—available also with plat. form soles. Sandals, too. in white Nubuck. and black Suede and black Patent. f -" — II SBat a ai,



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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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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. 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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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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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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