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PACK KK.IIT HARRADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY III. I Mill R 1K1 HOW S I II VI? do. Dair 1 A 1 K %  • 1lllt.lt lit Exhibition Prize List %  % %  ':. J W Ilrerdet. A.• ~1 1 ark*. Pl"l Ilmam' I %  %  Mel... %  %  i lura. Melon. W.I-, %  . l-a-r.. Avocado -H-.MI* ntit %  i l> |ki It. It I I I. I (< tin K M %  M.'Chlets M Jo. dill A U '. MaMMto* Jordan I -ri< i \i ni/i A irtuiin .. > Bail* IHHI for the Rr>l Kill >!> i (.OATS AND SlILKr.l' %  i i 1 %  i %  r..> H a —in Hi„1 •."-.i BiH AuHi" La; Cur* K"< MrllUk Alpl** lh %  %  Pure BIN lint I I < 1... : -dllM. ....a. 4 *U.rk LOXTON \PPI \l %  m*>h ..I Mrll in VERDICT OIS SHEFFIELD He i • ftC-L. Playing Cablv & H Ireiess Arrangements have bl Tor H match between II dew Ciicta i %  i &M* ind Wirelew, t Boarded Hal nrday and the following Satin*L fono.u, %  h.R.C.I. K .. iain> o. Brereton, R. Ruddn l urk i i i ihnn boatoi (Progressive i C. { John Baptist) A. Blackmail .. i %  i like pi (Roma itit of iiieii baa) W. Clarke, EU | | ofted have now %  %  %  U clime, Whit might havi> happened had II.C.I.. Division OaUUW International From one not awarded nly lifleeii (. i which he heat three men. They lUoo to UM with right-ball Hllchln acting a* i ihey lautacheo n nf powerful %  frer-kirk and ill chin ball hoi Hann, S Inside-forward ami A meeting of all clubs of UM IK' 1. will be held on Wedim-da? M1 ,.„. aUo „ crow ,, {1 'uahi i ] UMM lie raaumad on the left tha School t.i ,eMi.. UM %  i %  clubs in ine compauoon. injury Aft... tinreview duns will be ,lm w ""' %  But the Pi*"" 1 % %  rtlallj countaracl thai lf< \ %  houn '" interested onlook condlUona Brentfi anwood tha i 11 . % %  %  : i th U I 1.1..-. And ao It dun %  %  %  ball do* the result that goal v ,s l-iii. Hut The halt .. I %  •r. luim-ii. Hoi %  I Rdth pjtjieai ta ca Jlna and D long kicking. And with the un-' P :o injury to Hugan th. -.lutin-lil t mini. %  they .. mand of ft I Hut Films hv the ljlk*lth MrthodKt ( hiinh at II" KritUh Cituncll. H Wak> Arid". 7.1" pm PaHai Baad PartnltMl) CKwearl .ii flaathiaa i: aha gOO p.m. Mobil.. ) ii.cm .1 UM 'i"* ernmeni Industrial School. Dodti-. rard. 7.4S p.m. Heading of trench l.iUra ture at the Monlhlv M I Ini ol the Alliaiiie naaiilaa at the um -'i f'wineii. %  W a h eBa W M I p.m. Sunrise d .oil a.m Min-i-i :. li p.m. Moon: First Quarter. Ii.-cmber 5. I.iilitlnc: 6.110 p.m. Hifh Tlele: 11.39 am I.OW Tldr: US am I I %  i %  Ibtl in tlw %¡ II K.n, 1 | %  %  31 A thlliti*.Cup, W"nU ui. lot I St ".._ Wuii b> s n. A i —IIII b> %  I llav> .IMI! I \ %  wnlad b' M H A %  %  I .A IIIWMIHI llmi '.' %  i i. ., %  % %  D-ubMlbi PUjron Club tlHM nt'ajta tOaai i> I I %  Bpactm VI r. O. W ltav.li*. Sinai* BpMlii-i, %  J Sprclmrni. ill ail %  H-.nah' Sbfslmin %  Arvhu h T.iti C. a MrKnii tiraclnl BIKB> H TaKI IXw, „ %  lii.acl R'li-Krm i %  K. %  I %  OBtH I* f.j-.iu. Onl) -r !" i cilnvih-nd-r HH ill! %  T^pi iriaMtvn n... n an T.W lllarkrtl Ol .HI D in Mil* IBaj 1 %  lll.cK.-tl DM* in MUM %  tiicaenbur* Tpri >; i.i.KM V........I Dt Km. .S-.n... Tip-. II faftl Pliil diflrirt a IHI* in on an Imitation Jewrllrry Pearl neeklacn 60e. up I'rirl I limits 72c. up. ALSO t'HOKFKS. HK.UFI FTS BTC. Plus a wide variety of cuimc Jewellery At Vour Jeweller* \. De LIMA &. (O. un 20 Broad Street K .1 H Fan Jur Ula'M Brllied Typ. Eilu-lb iBIatk Rrlllrsl T-pc' H .All l U A Ma Gim Your Orrrst-as SEASON'S (iKEEIIN(JS Hy Ratlin Telvplumv V.li.rv lh4l iHRKim lo **rmk ti. trirnd. and 1 m Ii llvrri (i.v. iltrin 4 -urpf.^r iiiirli.r the IVollvr ^'j^in. Dial 00 a ml lunik your Calls NOW CAHJ \ WIRFIISS .mil llll KAKKAIHIS lllll'IIIIM III. are at your Service for Rales see Telephone Directory page xiii .11. ifl'i.Ml I. rt-.lh lo .11 "vl" ln. l in iha rermi coopr.H'B Ariuivot. n v%  I'lIAY doi not Ulnl lood' muse r DUNLOP FONT DEEP-NAP COVER ..In1„ a „ UM II Ii •tiHM. rioiHIal tiH. alrrfull -i fll WE CAh SUPPLY FROM STiHK:— 1'fit fit it Stmml ll'f/f4/otr.v. I f<>itf*oiv t.i iw \Kl OPENING t'ASKMFNT WIMMiWS 3 ft ft., & rt. or 6 ft. Hi.;" with or MHIHJUI Wntiljto 01 IWAKII 0TIN1M0 i iiFv< II POOM 7ft. sin*, inch with tafha. suniM, iiiiiiiMi iKtons ^ ft. 2 Inn. In. I: x 6 fl. | in., uiilr. The Mh.de Ihnn slide. Mi |%|#j |g mi. s.d,'•'''•'•**''**'' +'.'.'~'S.'.***+*.< ,* r 'S r '.*S.'SS r *,* r -.'.*S*^ Thi lira* ilia Caaa'P* Al Hi%  -•*. ..(..IIn In11.14.1 iiM-a. •( a i. II-" .i..—.d MWI la. >m.ll >!•• .n.l. CQOrkB. M*DOl'OAt aonaawsoN LTD.. Biaan BBBTI. B CM B 0M.I.I* ri On SiUe ut .11 i ..In Stoi CFFtRS 2 KEY ADVAr!'lACES D More set3 of good play Truer fiiqht for bette' placing Dmkp ??f ? a yv < T ^ yv STOMACH upsets When the itomarh % %  upaet as a result of hyperacidity, a doae of De Wilt's Antacid Powdrr wul disperse the pain and distress right away. 1'UluIrru e, hcartDuin and indigestion ate some of the 1 ay in p to m 5 that this excess ol f acid in the -.tomach can bring in its tram Or Witts Antacid Powder soon neutralises the and and at the name lime other ingredients in the wellbalanced formula soothe and protect the delicate stomach lining. Get a supply right away. ANTACID POWDER MMMNMI A
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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Friday, December 07, 1951
Frequency: daily
regular
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Genre: newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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^fcAX
ESTABLISHED 1895
An Emergency
State Again
In Egypt
CAUi" D* I
i declared again Egypt-wide
by tru GovfltnOMnt, faced With an angry rioting; citizenr-
and whi ; M icimi-u a rapl ntuatkn in tin
I Zone Th* efMrgency procuuiW <>n the
I a reliable report that the War and llartne MillhTteti
nd Navy at i
In Britain to return i" ugypt Immtdtatrty,
/.A. /tV/ecl
sosu mill' W

kt om;
An independent newspaper said
that the recall was pi.
r i. r
British m:til.iry experts engaged
in tnlaJat Kgyptlan
lea vi- '
The interim
Scrag
tlens nation*.
it up any
demonstrations with
Further Casualties
Meanwhile, the Egypt
ernni'-ni reported fartM
titti had been added to I
142 E*>"- Uah killed
or wounded in two day* of bloody
ClalhW i! Sue,- ...Mni Ulil Week
.*.>- hpiue was railed to
161 killed or w.und> i
-f 15 policemen and tour
civilians wounded in >
Cairo rlotl.
In Alexandria, polfot arrested
.' 'inov isi
a bomb into a liritmh Inslitute
i . of the tnorr I
no were hi l!i>
when UM bOBafc exploded wat in-
jured.
1, (ormi i OUn < ^ said il- >
Government would ask I'
,' ilian<-lne
for the liberation.....
which the State decide.)
.r1e Into the regular
Armed Forces.
A Minuter of State. 1-
Hanger Of War Is
Not As (,real
Now As In 1948
SAYS CHURCHILL
I DM. *
. i !*4S.
i u proud Iha

u ken i" ny to nuun |
Lytlelton
RedDenumds Big4TalksOn Governor Present* I ,S.ToB..il For Twee Talk. Disarmament Exhibition RriZPS Ne* l ranium
l'ANMUNJOM L>
tAaa
to abandon tlie United

In Korea for the sake of tho
The Untod
<
mand to withdraw from tin
land* and WStM
of the m-..
appointed tn
regular* with 'he **!
'VLcem, until their
Tn Reda >ou
! ti i NaUoai warships as well
as troops going north or
tiuruiK the truce The Ui
l.tkesman at the
< accused the
'
into accepting an unsi
truce bv refusing to dll
qn of war pi >
United itataa Major General
1'iiriK i. thief U.N. representative
on thr leint Sub-Committee told
the Reda il My thai th<- United
ind S ithoi.il ciii.ih-
fhe Communist
demand for a ban on rotating
irlftf the true
I
1
Near Deadlock
PARIS. Dee 6
I
conference nearcd breakdown
muni as United Na-
irn! Ian'

iff complt'ii' ooUi


In eight '
id an effort to n
.i reiKin hich must
bo made ral Assem-
..ly isax) '*
Thurvi' ..ii> hour
has been the most heal-
Ud is under-
stood to be the last business
"-".
d State*,
Russia. Britain a no
agreed to moot at 3 |> n

........ i
which mu-t I-- made Monday
undei the ten-da)
hich the Assembly

lr I muling troope hom
o' i iii eoinbat by insisting
tralnlnp [an
total
Russians Preptre
To Force Allies
Out Of Beili"
By EDWARD KUKRV
PARIS. IX-- tt
The Soviet Union .* rushing the
coenpletton al then rail and water
by-way round We; I Bi
:

\ i German

Au'h-ii
nresl Hi -
lin has alread) boon
and al hough n b
npOrUnt for the liu--
alans ts the fact that the canal
projeci launched almost two years
ago is being rushed forward at full
,.. -ir
uld bare them of reinfOrce-
njjvred "i around"
Th* L itOd Nations On !! OtfaM
h nd lias proposed that nerely the
Mfa tide bo kepi
at present strength during the
ArmUticc Freeh troi i>-- would be
wrmilUrd : wiier the country as
r*| vmenta us long us Iboy not iaeroaao the overall
HO reached n
on this exchange In tno *''-
Conunittoa when Unit)
I-
they shall not be in-
creased. Now if you
must be reduced, then certainly
fa i ID MQ thog will not be m-

tho replied
arhere we differ." Th*
CoenDnauata reiacted tno nodittei
right |K>int Unit.
(or Miuervismg i h <
U.P.
Bi| Four to repoi
of the -il ' talk:
>"ci>s snid only
.i plan for th<
!ion di-
Wi n botr akrea ad .
iltlln Nervo who rhaimianed
ouint to
break the deadlock by confer-
ring with Hig Four
privately but his task
appear* -l nopelesa.
-1 J*
Govt. Troop* Kill
279 Terrorists
i i i-. i.


H Boutner
I
LU-OoL Ai "
Second Military Area watch t-

ie period.
'
"' Hit Armed
period.
r.r
HIS BXC'EI 'I '

.
maintain* I
than I
IManls
ion. bul to llml
ha the
Kxhlbiuon m the Bttrbad Agn-
cultural So
It does ii.

lained, but
liveatock side I an

l an idad tol


the resuli of thi- I)- i
poliry ..f bnportlri
Tin- Btandard of fi

..-.;.
ome yeara. bul doubt lea.*
'.-,.
meks havi ..ff.-cle'!
those crops.
i have -aiiy oon-
L;iaUilat..| the main | i
it it is noi Invl
should like to nuke special men-
lion Of 111.
.( cia
.nd Mi. Eti4H.w-Ar or Wsjejalsn
ll-ll who Ita- won thr TYrpertfh!
Challenge Cup In the
.
th at .'-" Ii i
r vm gii

1 i
Suirax lnduslr\
a won
fin |
tiii: W!\M II
l*r*'f Celebratea Mum
KRA8II H, Ni

lerday, t*HHigh '
was drawn and tired i
mass here to-day in
noni'-town.
I am
.
1
- staled. "I >.
,1 (eit when i
. | ;
and aauSI l
. du.y'.
Alter n
the Chun Ii U II-
The S3
Yugoslav |

lay aflei

An effk
Step)nar. the fWH I
|
v.r.
VdvOeata?
Kclicf Fund
i.....i.nh ttarwra ti--'
iiiiilrimlned an iinp.ir
. . ^ srkii ii "in'
tin- nei'd t Ike nilire
oeeanunltv, it i- thr dui>
> I.....tlribulr
1.1 (.., .
'n li lo help and prtVOte
Ji.ul.l ioIImu suit.
If thr lililll* ii'du.ll* I"
. ,i ..,, .i Uwn >-ii. i. .
I re it' i akeetaaa f fo*i Mm. ...n hi- a.. Idrd.
^ Mi ViH K DOM IImn
la iti.- \n\oi \i. 0FP1C1
\ on




..

day that
the i nrted Btalea has


I
dhttionlxa i

ready furl

ii. ? lid mine t

lha Housa
'i( Indepi
I
' ...


in.num..
tuved
Goro said Dm Pad

United States at.mm pri
i-aclty.
I
i..on ...
thai our oh.iu, ii-.n radllUa
eould be doubled
that thr
U.S. has tactical -in. i ai
1

Plane (.rus/i
<>; vet Uyltetton, Bri i


* lyre bn .. one hund
inBAI
km i.
landing runwaj
lin- wheeli pioughiti rurrowa
l"U tin
kapi Mraia|M
popvi
t tho Mhiim.. watabe

D UM D*BJM I. I UM iim-
lev a round vtokmUy,

.ii
lianted Ihsj I'laiie. Oeaplte ..
!- |- U.| ,l,k. '!! ,.|l
ran did not oatak * "'"
whorl ami samlwiehr.,1

ived When waJUng ofl
and smilingly
i .
QtfKKI\ viffl HAS I mm
LONDON [> I
I i .i mothe
of hM King, stayed Indo

but i "ii tiled
id vice
l^olice Break L'p
Studenl Riots
TEHRAN
...... njurad
p broke up rioi rnniantaJ and
'li. Injured
......UUon Ai M i"'i
. i| through the ct ntre
..ri 'ui ned In lh< centre ol
T.N. Vlntus lilust
HimJ Ailillt-r\ Poeli
r< i \t:i\\ aanarei the um
"W7e Too Are
People9'
> i) Ml /// hotti \\s
I'USAN. Korea. Dec.
The South Korean <;..
la hurt that its
i: -.ir were not included In
figures released b] lha '"N ttl
It are p*-':
mment spokesman said
the ROK army hud Bufl
* of uny of the
Korea, that the Republi*
army is an integral part
' N Command under a
military agreement signed in July
1950. and that the Korean civilians
lone had suffered frightening
casualties.CJ.
, Ihe Men*) d sacks Contest.
Nothing Much
Can Bo ExpetUd

Asscmbl'-
I
.. negat


dlan pre Ug off
1 il Affairs

too rarly to d<
Canada
talfca arttl
deputies ard probabl-
Minister Anthony Eden
Britain U.F.
Israel Will
Soon Get Aid
WAStfltfOTOM
Ambassador Abba Bm
Thursday 0Ml
wuuld start lecehiiig toot
;h* 185.000.000 grant-i;

eiving ti.'
assistance" he said.
a ,
1 .til, Air
.i ...... j, r. i. . r_
i entgaj pj i on

..... ith the I
of whom w<, |

p
njurte
,,,. ajo
UghUj '
it.Ar aulhorlUea have ordered

t tho crash, i
wae arriving .it penaag, in
lUesneal uit i
.mrlhwesl eoust of Hi.-
n rrom rpoh,
rig Writing I'i-i.....g tot talk.*
w'l in,, i.nai BUthorlUea, and t
i ii aapei Ie..... iii I h ind ol the


i r
ril
SMALL Mil rXOI
MOM i i \ i (/ LASS
.
, i i

i
i
1 in, ol eruptio"

i P

Tsaiaris Of Speech

.
n it.
Fore I
i- .n i ii unban
wilt) '
.
Ruaslaii
in .. giv-
rgent itto ntion k> gutting

of Russia

. prop, Britten
urapean army bin
I I lo It
. I
plan Um
:.re to I* i-mlrd in a sir.l.

Well Informed




ard bull
,o. .,
i.

... project
Britain*! renr-
aril) tail !
April i

iui Governnaem
rearmu-
ad to puah
I rapidly
. ( noted
nd onb
i
hureblll-
Ou Dounti i
llio mind of a
the back of a
paunch
..
build ui iinsl uif

.' cr.
CHAIM WEIZMANN
OUT OF DANGER
TO, I VtV. Dec 8.
Ii tit (hum Weu-
uon is unproving
.-.it ..f danger It was
. (V .Hi rimrsda)
i r
.
ATOM' BOMBERS
CROSS ATLANTIC
vrORTH


,,..
light
: .
the trip
' It", Th. "

I
nd the :

.day
-I I-
I5TH AJRFl IRCI II '. i
petitions
How it Started

... Korea,, war. ^houl girt- I

-
" ' I ' .' .
abii
t_ommm R
lacking by the
land mortar poaitiona III "* easeinbla-t II
aaenre Una wag drawn;11 '
at Panmuiijom. In I wtt/i Um i i I
him i in wore i ..lied
close support aort lha heada <>f tho
first of th<
it', kei Napl in BOO and i.ooo
i-twn on
U \n untold nuni-
-
Ui Airforie re-
i r
hich quickly dis-
paraad
Ock I y .
to force their wm
... Dm m
'
f down wiih Dm police" markei

... yes, it's
always the
unexpected that happens
That YOU should ever kc your home or
, baakhwJor bothb.au: of an accident or ,
someone's carelessness, is unthinkable ... or,
to sav ihc lagM Of b* 'he last thing you uani lo
think aboui'.
\ATlONAUST C///V 1 IKARS I'OI.ITICAL INTRIGUE
"'..
\rtrni'K (.mi i
TAIPCD Dei I

Ambassador said the te<
Chinese


I


..fi.iM/t-d such
could not I*
11 I but would t -

Israeli Aid Fund.




n lae by


the I rot
muntsts in any barg
i
N
than th lUeet
Fona> i
".


" si steadfast
t r.
WoVaitt*! it be much wiser to remove the rear
AS1) the unpleasant conse-
ijucnce*. bv makinK it 'the lust thing you ihio*
about't 'Incrc were 1)1 lircs in the Island in
IM49, noi including cane Ifga,
Why not .wrjngc an jpfxuntmcnt with a rcpre-
vntiti'c ol (iiiaxdian Assurance Co. Ltd.
Ni'NX Aneavj mind and complete protcaion
ate both rgrj 0JujcU| secured
S. P. MUSSON, SON Co. Lid.
BROAD S 1 Kfl 1
17. Phone 446)


c
tack two
ll\ltn\l>0-. AHUM Ml
ilium, hi (i miiii: :. issi
Qeudb Calling
n :; (Flying For-
i rived al Sonucll
-
We-dneaday afii

1 or R
On I,
k. m WssMir, Cooui
lion of Uie
miMion. hi- A !( Maji.r Bill
) (pilot).
Major T. J JjcKmhi (co-pilot I
and ..
Major General V/rliatcr waa OH
liis way hark to hi hi
in Rio after a tw-arra daj vi-i< ta
Wnshmah. l>uslne*>.
Their trl
VnlK ..11(1 Ik-i -
muda.

in Rio for 11 >c,ir Had .. hall
End Of Week
AT prasent in Bar bail
Johnnla Adamaon, M

i thi- week.
i usual wiih Mr
Fred Olton t S|,nn-

u\in \4.i 4 ii
Third In Three Years
, RJUVINQ From Bermuda on
VTsjSbw .,.,., i I f C.A, was
I
mining
Toronto
ii: three
Hi* I
Hotel.
Transferred
v COZHH, on of Mr.
and Mrs. Cl>
"Lynd.. ird'i Avenue.
who Ik with the Canadian Bank
- u Just been trana- *%.
Ihalr branch In Port-of- ^*
rH mi for Trinidad
Wedne-wlny by I1WIA
Taking hi* place al the branch

Two Yachts Leave
Brkja: ^meetom
I daiia*it*i
Vcdn>r**ia>
45-foot ketch I
I Vincent. The Ena-
luh farm), -ire of) their wiv (ft
*ey intend to set-
.kinu Mie

ught Tzu
I ii No-
i ? tW-rnile At
rosslllaj from lb-' i
\\ ar Medals For Veterans
11.
* not sure ho* long aV
the
r
r
would hav
nao n omwad if he found
place ntee. he wauld i>erwi
month Mile* waa not
Ootrtlt>
Mile* espvrL to make a caller)
f*n*ma before r<-ln> on to Salt
apfln Nland where he and hlf
family will lire
The Rel-rUn Ketch 0>oo. tons
h* tailed for Martinique Skip-
pered b* Van fie Wiede Onoe
rame In from ! Palmaa on No-
vember 9 She dry docked heft
and wa* palmed up.
Woman Are Expansive
rout* minv thousand* of
pound* for a Broadwny or
flollywood celebrity f<> rhana>
hla wife
Take the MM of band leadei
Xavier f'ufet In the New Year
he i* etpertlnK to get a divorce
in Nevada, and afterward* atari
to marry dark-haired Abbe Lane,
singer wiih ni liand. The
___ _____ feei alone, he *-'
ARRrVING from Bermuda 00 ) *-i lk? f, E32.0OO
Wednesday b*. T.C.A. wai W- *"*> 'MfcaO> He Is selling Ms 183.S00 hous.
,it Bel- ,
Bioaaj for a lump num t-ctlli -
ntsM on his wife.
In addition kaj will pay her
1117 a week alimony and all
her legal csiiciisea.
Women are expensive", says
Cisatt
Talkinsr Point
\*i. TONY cozier, sen of Mr. M i. ,-< sag
Golden Jubilee To Reside In U.S. KSSert^* ' "
JOfO-TS CUCKKT ci.ru, A mom; uss pstfssshfsi aUvhtsr
j -* Antigua, was founded in lcfl lh* Inland yealerday Incidental Intelligence
*" 1900 and His Excellency \ir K & w A <" <"" I'SA. was (\T course .he Baptism must
W I M* Barbara Hazel Rlackman. V-r have the Suez Canal. Any-
i of Mr. and Mrs. body can see thai King Farouk
will be patrons at their Golden w w- R|"*,kmn of St. David's baa outgrown, his bath-tub.
(rin
If E THE O0VESNOS fll AT.rd Sara... p,e-,U. Ohalleaf Oap
"road taetii to Mr O. R McKenaie
onnnf thr Pm. Kivmg at tht Uxhibitian in Queer/- Park yesterday
Mi McKeiiilr en two eUrr Challenge Cups
icernlh
ivcrl from Trinidad.
.1. bttaa Dane
The Fishing Industry Bach To Venezuela
De<;inmn(; tomorrow nlghl -K ernik i-arkinson srUe
TKn Nnum -urn- I'. .IiIIi i.-i,j -.ffj-t ^ __ jii .l n.t/.-i win rasida irtt| nla-
'' in ;:"<.,.!. Naw Vors
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Forl c..liirr,r,m Frank Far-
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'i'rt be eligible for the
War Medal.
Three hundred medal
Jlstributed and in re*i<"
Leeward
Ihev will be ditrlhtited a' fol-
lows 7^-Antigua. S8
vears there arere
68 nKTOtarrs in ihe A'*.

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ct Captain E M RluCmsn Oftb -
n ii and <>f Local Pbrre a
good *tandurd ol efficiency |
maintained. *
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BRIGHT LEAF
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^^SBs.
The til
the local new*. Tomorrow he wil'
sMt the Fishing IndttSl
M"
oni k. .inf.. i ... ..fin .,, f, rnnided"-..
I ;.. "here hi now work
Wiih B.W.I.A. Here For ^rtsttslM
|ll MIC.OIK JORDAN whi
grlth B.W.I.A.'s Truffle De-
partment hen-
hji Trinidad todaji tag a short
1 | it lb' is due back
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CARL CHENERY was
UN p.i".iii:i( m
TrWdad
by B.W.I.A. Hi
fr.
CROSSWORD
i Deeem- spi-nd Chnslmns with his family
- he will lie returning to TrlnUInd
M the end ,f 11 ,
Plenly Of Time
LADY MEGAN LLOYD Short Visit
GEORGE, who lost her seat ______
in the General Election, Ii go Vf'' < HITCHlTIS. Editor
big BbsW 1 i \i ' III from Trlnldnd
They wlU spend Christmas '>> B W I A ..., ,, sh..n vt.il
with Lady Olwen's daughter. Is a guest (it the Marine Hotel
Mra. Robert UstfmiUan, m To-
nmto. "I have been longing to
see her for = lenj time", says
Lad} Megan.
Wlnl. M P.. Lady
Megan could not ilnd the time
to go. Now she has plenty of
Ume\ She Is !! was MP 2t years.
Thlf will not be Lady Ifagan'S
first visit to Csnatlfi sin- srani
there with her father. Mm Lib-
eral PYlme Minister, in l)23.
This time she may go to Fred-
erlcton. There, nt the University
BrUIUWtCk, i- the II-
t..;n > II, ,< l... I "1 l'-.
papers.
'Bui my sister and I have
i
lagan.
She expeeta lo return to Eng-
land in Jnnuary.
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U.N. Meet Deadlock In 30.Foot Whale
Fight For Security
Council Seat
PARIS, Dee. 8.
The United Nations General Assembly became hopelessly
readluck in a sizzling election tight over Russia's bid foe
a second Soviet bloc seat in the Security Council, and post-
poned the issue until later in the session.
Eight ballots failed to settle the contest between Greece,
strongly supported by the United States and Byelo-Russia.
the Communists' candidate. Th* i"1 ballot gave the follow -
Pakiatan and Chile were elected'ng results; Chile 57, Pakistan 55.
1 the nrst ballot to fill Um scats Greece So. Byelo-Russia M, Philip-
vacated on January 1st by Pn ' Australia 1. Argentine 1.
and Ecuador. The Greek- Columbia I, El Salvador
Chile ami Pakistan
were elected.
I'.P.
b
India
Byeto-Russian fight for the seat
Yugoslavia is vacating was no
mtre East and West squabble
QSjMrwIsa Greece would have \wa
easily..
In the balloting among tha
U.N.. 60 nu-mbers. a two-thirds
majority of 40 was required for
election On the eighth and last
ballot for the Security Council
scat, Byelo-Russia had 33 and WASHINGTON. De
GfMcerr. Kvol..-Hussias highest Practically all controls on the
total whs 33. Greece started out production of tires and other rob-
in the lead on the first ballot by bar goods in tto United Suites
a margin of 30 to 2a. wm ^ abolished by .he end of
Chile. Pakistan Elected ."" *. **W I'roducllon
The Aaaanbly, howm, had A"'ho'lty " ,ssuing an ordcr
U.S. Will Abolish
Rubber Controls
By End Of 1951
elected Chile and
Pakistan io """"d December 15 effective
r.on-pormanent seats on the Se- Janu"y J- P*ra>itting an unlimited
rarity Council though it had eight oul?ul, ol .",bbor prSuct* **:
unsuccessful trial to elect | mem- ^^LTU ,po&ilb'e b-2iT
bar to fill the third vacancy. A ***? uppl,! ' %yTtt^Sl
two-thirds majority la necessary bber ** enaed ,htf rubbt
(or elections, and Chile (57) and ****
Pakistan <55) were elected In the Al preaent the manufacturers of
first ballot having gained this "* aaaantial" goods may not use
majority. more than 90 per cent, of their
Iniador, India and Yugoslavia prc-Korean. rubber supply. Makers
are now vacating their seats at "' other rubber products are
the end of two years in office, limited to 100 per cent.
Sn Qtadwyn Jcbh, Britain's num- NPA warned that it is still
b one Assembly V ice-President, necessary to conserve natural rub-
presided in tlie absence of Presi- her which is imported. For that
dont Luis Padllla Nervo of Mexico, reason Government continues to
who was Chairman at today's limit the amount of natural rub-
sasslon of the Big Four disarms- ber which manufacturers may ndx
ment sub-Committee with synthetic rubber.I'.P.
And Free Meat
By KUN1CE SAVOIRY
ST. JOHNS
Tu the east uf Antigua there are dozens uf small islands,
islets, rucks and reels. The largest and best known of these
islands are Long Island. Green Island. Great Bird Island and
Guana Island which is separated from Antigua merely by a
channel known as the Narrows.
Fishing u exceedingly good in Mr. MrSovncv aM
and out among the reefs and through the head just as it was
rocks. On Novemboj 8 fishermen grasping the whale Tha shark wsa
saw a huge dark motvster north- 10 feet. H null" Tha*
west uf Big Bud Island. |n groat it to the hoot and brought n into
fear they watched the huge sub- ihi Narrows arisara tut man dram
merired object from afar. Strange- it ashore. On dissecting Hie shark
ly. It remained still for hours, so fourteen pieces of, whale maul
on returning io -bore the ftshee- were found within, aaatj Welsh-
men told their tale to Mr. Waltec lug approximately six pounds.
MrSevney of the Diamond and The people "f All Saints an Sir. Percy Yi-arwoml of Gilbert's ham villager, bad a fine feaat estate. They arc both keen and ffM DMBt and th* Hvt| yielded
daring fishermen and on Thursday kerosene tin of shark all
morning they put to sea In a boat Whales have been seen alive oft
with outboard motor. Antigua SB in Ihr
On approaching Snrkic Rock past, mainly during the winter
near Big Bird Island lh< y dis- months sa* January and February.
covered the monstar was lifeless In 1921 Mr. Yearwood saw on* off
and resting on a small reef to the CBfbiSOn lnint. Eighteen years
west o| Sackle Rock. By this time later he saw three greyish
the othar fishermen came along in ad ones off Ore* i
irjir mall boats and armed with similar to this recent .1.
cane bills lhi v climbed on to the which he estimated would wi'igh
black mamm.il 7ft. in diameter about 20 tons. The title ha* since
which was none other than a 30- shifted this decomposed mammal.
fool whale lying on Its side part of which rested on Wllkes
Swarms of sharks were surround- Rnrtl ftrK| ,* nf gwampy rUxk
Ing It. The tall was already gone, before complete disappearance.
Some of the fishermen proceeded
to cut out hunks of whale meat ^^
wbuc another wise fellow hacked
out its j.i" and was finally in
possession of a large number of
teeth ranging in ate from 3 inchi-;
to 8 inches ffiach later brought a .
quick sale PARIS. Doe
How did a whale get ,mo these The Ficmh <,ov.ernim>iit put Into
waters? It was submerged in feet of waler at low tide Then- <" church schools. The cuiitro
were no marks on It to Indicate vernal law appron-d by th-
tfcat it had been harpooned or National Assembly on Sept.-mb-
rammed by u ship. Judtting by its 22nd by a vote of 321 to 257 had
smell It muat have been already t*eeo held up by a dispute betwe* D
dead at least a week and the flesh 'he Supreme State Councu ami
was null tlrm. QOW iiimcntI'.P.
STATE AID FOR
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First To Shirt
Campaign
iHH s
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Fernandez, was the tlrst i
other than a aV*SttMl
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Council at a pub)
Recreation Grounds last Kn.i.
vetting Bon III W Lucia, U
F "nandez was brought to AnUgu i
a' an early age. educated at tru-
.*: John's Bayi Id.....t .Hid Ami
j :ua Grammar s
i)S9rtsmw paoj le. lie
liVIIHg at-' II
to cope srll in in :
I'lartrH'ity m tin Island wkssn W
urba pay more th.
\ aasing as an
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A candidate opi-win,
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Antigua for years.
TheLahour rand
grill be tha third
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HARHAIHIS ADVOCATE
IIIIDAV DEfFMBER 7. 1*51
BARBADOS^ AlMXtfTE DOPE 1**11 A Han Thai
Mill Is The Jinikiis Off
MM hi Un UWM < LM Mr.** si. BWMt*t<
Friday, December 7. 11
DEWEVS ON HIE GANG
TRAIL AGAIN
EXHIBITION
rtculUltal and indus-
trial ai< : '' '
Exhibition which ended
In this second century el
exhibitions the standard of previous years
has been maintained and impr<>.
made isible for this 101*t
exhibit: that visitors to
the exhibition pptaclata all the eflorts
that so many individuals make t
odards are maintained. But
whan generoua meed of praise has been
VI 'iunt, the
thought still remains that tba i-xhibitiun is
agricultural, partly commercial,
ad hardly at all industrial. The dstttno-
Uon would i- of hitle Importanoa if there
was adt i'ark for

Ck and |ioultry certainly have
pirn!;, ol rpaoa, and no have Era I
.n l*'t plant ad to advantage.
The commerdal bootha and ..tti.a-tionsore
f.iv.'ii ample elbow room. But tht "tadua-
Iba exhibition which ought
10 be labelled "arts and crafts" gets
too htti,' room foi SsEscUaa 'hsplay.
made shoes, mate, btatatj. Un
I i crafts are crowded Into a
small dark room adjoining the (
whiic the vegetable! are attractively
exhibited ba open traya Upstairs in
i '.ii i. Houae, room which ii well-
suited lor piano ivuUils, cinema Of thca-
tricsJ perfonnancea, or as a oantaan t"i
judges and lielpeis. is crammed with men's
woollen socks, boys :hirts. needlework,
hnaantstehlng. cross stitching, "water col-
ours, photographs, children's toys, line
drawings and other "arts"' of the most
diverse standards of merit.
The effect 00 the visitors who can pass
only with dillkulty m the narrow lanes
dividing the exhibits is not unlike that
produced by any ul a number of Bridge-
town stores. The real excellence of many
exhibits is inevitably hidden by the mass
ol objects struggling for recognition.
By the simple expedient of displaying
the "arts and crafts" exhibits in the shed
reserved for judges' breakfasts, the exhi-
bition would have gained immensely and
the judges would have suffered no harm
by making do for one day on a cup of
sandwiches served in the
upper room of Quaen'c Park House
worthy ol <
ation is that electric lights might be pro-
vided with benefit In all enclosed rooms so
that visitors can fully appreciate exhibits
in dark con i
in view ol the changing Mate In Barba-
dos for unpolished mahogany il seems
strange that exhibits of furniture should be
exclusively polished and that designs of
tables, cabinets and other pleoan should
offer so little variety and should complete-
ly ignore tlu taste of those who are look-
nig for something much more simple than
the ultra-modern dominant pattern.
One discordant note at the exhibition
was provided by the indiscriminate
carding by the S.P.C.A. of well-inten-
tioned posters over one of the best live-
l R exhibits seen there in recent years.
Thll unseasonable method of attracting
attention to an organisation which cer-
tainly deserves wholokkMrtad public sup-
port is symbolic of the tendency for the
[bibitlon to undergo inateinorphosis
and become kind of Annual Fair.
Would seem to be a vi! \ i lod
reason in LhiS MCOnd century of exliihi-
Llons lot the authorities responsible to
liBCUSS the possibility either ol a rwtui n to
two exhibitions per year or to make tin
ultural and Livestock and
Industrial and (air.
Either of theee arrangements should
permit tip ntere tad In liva-
whlle the |ud
on and to encou: fa vest in hve-
tock which the Department of Agricul-
ture is so active in promoting.
lO bo hoped too that the B
i .nance of Queen's 1'urk near the Steel
i i on Exhibition days will suggest to
the Park authorities thai Queen's I'iil'k will
tter v ire planta
and t1
in this connection i\

the l' by Lady
' ear. Perhaps
Orchid Cni-ie may think it an excellent
i'. then1 loveh
may then be brought back

and a : in tlu- attrae-
:
ram K M Mac LOLL
NEW YORK.
*T\oe of Uie darkest domestic
V^ problem* wilh which Amer-
ica has had to gnujple 'o Ihe
*r has been the ud<"
.
dnjg-laking by teen-aged ihil-
JM'lt.
Special juvenile courts m big
;o Cali-
fornia report the tame at
I
at present, and i
efforts to thecK it, '
easing. <**

Untu two oi ihriv years baca
i "I Urn-
I III nill.ON
The shadow nrld >
thr ilrui |4SM .eid t'l-
i.ip- prddiir >lt it. mm
Uraan Sample-
II Nhlis drue Jddifta
JrOatftNO BBfSQ) heros*
tlitouah the near.
MAIN -I.imm. iiijrrllPi;
r. o-ji. inlu an jtU-r>.
KtrCATI-.Kdrug afleitd-
.r intk*ed twice e saore.
i banf
,, ....
le. 21. but II
i iianlhs last
the dreadful
"cold turkey
tutal
By R M MacCOLL
NEW YORK. I
Tom Dewey was twice a failure when he
tried for the Presidency
But a gUtterlng triumph they can neverj
' away from him was the masterly job
i .-port Skat young boys' "* ....
out: -I'd '"' a,i* a* a young lawyer before the war in
i io ati shot no* ::iashin up the gancsters
WiiArS^abSt1 HI \ "' New York
ml nn<\ borrtfled itste, is smiting at the old trails again. He
nca does not mean to let ill orders his Crime Commission to conduct a
this go I" default.
Congress, weiere investigation of organised crime,
'ir<-.- unideuiiiicd t* > ing, and "restrictive practices" on
BSd addicts publicly told a com- .. , .... r
marijuar... M.P thrtr case N,w ',,rh s waterfront.
paodirut What has really alarmed not only Dewey I
troL Not <> t i'. imusa* MH I li..rs a day on drugs
SMaddicu The WrrUylng prob- ^ ^""amoVM ""<">" bluest business hr
x has jumped into reality !- Ullc#-.^ ^^ b(ll. ,. the hoodlumism has reached
ugh- Now
'
___ a point
m.Ud lh.1 Ur. . .., ,. J IT?.. ~ '*"'' " >
vcniic -junkies in New y>i ra ba and often is n> MM trade is being
alone, and perhaps 40,000 ,ck ganien. Bill hverte.1 to ih#r Atlanlie .BEt nnris
NaOB In the country. IO mer AIUnl1*- tuast P"s-
Says a Federal grand jury step lo more **< snd ah And just to show that "I cover the water-
in Detroit. "We have to rep.., makes minimum tag m really number one on his hit par-
conditions of the moat shocking Next in two many cases, will tmces and anas f- a-ul-'.> '" *T.
nature. Young people bt.vieen. 1. one bcroln (it gives rfho ado these dajfS. DSWey asKs -and yets the
and 21 huve become contlrmvd bigger kick") at nrst auffrd up have so fai got on UghUy, or | warm co-operatiun ut Governor Alfred Dris-
tlirifuuh the nw. I.'ter Injected trot free. ., ,. ,
traXai into .m artery. AH suthorttlas iSTee thai the lOll Ol New Jersey, across the river.
* hulling
-iate users of twroln. trough tne nose, IsSar injected vot '**
* Orleona th*. kaUds ii Itraiitll Into All authorities acree
DOTt uLT "di^soresd^ IdTc way of
UiU disastrous conlagion
Maaou". steaUng 01 o tna
: the art'-drug lafy * dangfruoa dnigs from abroad.
says: "Never would I have U- ^ " >hr ,,/, Lifer. Mavbe
possible to ind so nans (11|(1! ,(tu. (|, hV(. ,. u NOTTS*, nei urs b I
youngsters up ISSlB >|/\ _---, h m,- haekina of
2 '...... SH ffSJ? ''"" msTse-ja...
1 n.; eouM enabli
Three Cuiim-s T N advanced cases
WHAT started this horrible S. wretch- Ml of selling In
threat lo a great i "lii'-" "^ -^. ,
h...ith- There am three causal * : btl"?f1 .?* But whatowf the Federal
all tho
1 The aanaral raatlaamaw and fm|*
lu.Tli |h Il .il-
ways attends the aftermath <>f
greet we*
2 An..' Uon by the ^crunV^ed* an
teon-flgers of -!' broken bom
and divorced parents whith ' |,

lund. Lexlnata I
i i-
which nags at many ol
u*a young people and
ad b> anythu
"dare" given by a schoolfellow
I., the nan --.iii>i-i prompting'
if the iiinunals who
;t profession to peddle
Ul m
Land oi Ms
AUatRICA 11 a land Of sudden
fads and erases. Most of
ihi-M' ..ii- not dangerous,
I can remember when college
boy cro*s the land wen
how many live goldfish they could
swallow. Then then ware the
Sjujpota sitters. Alas the dru|
something altogether
dilTiient.
in most caaaa it all
a boy or a girl being slipped a
nifei' by an older friend.
A reefer Is n cigarette made <>t

Qovsjrqnssnt
srhlch are seen mav d^-ide In Washington, it
among adults- IS DOS State*
ting loss of moral sense Ha*, mmething
to do.
| -he IK State* Of
UIE
IN si NOT t A1.IKIKMA there is no sta-j
Mutations when it comes to murder.
I ni.ni called John Crozier was pick-1
ed up in Connecticut on a casual vagrancy
Charge, and a polite check showed he was
.'.anted out on the must lor the murder ot
i San r'taneiseo landlady, he had to stand
trialalthough the crime was committed
just 22 years ago. Verdict on the 5&-year-
old Crozier : Lite imprisonment.
Dfl -ATI!
ALSO in Cahloinia. also in 1929, the head
two have drug ( a KjHS3 companv. called Charles Boldt,
left his widow. Hilda. 10,000.000
mt y. social and .inllars.
Tkers are doing their'
.
an being tried
UCh famous hospital* at
in New York where
youthful patients are given
union .'our^es."
Bright Spot
Oi 1 K\ It Is heart-breaking
story of hopes fading
promises broken.
But there Is one bright spot:
unlike adults who when they
lake up drugs, are almost
In the grip of a psycho-
i.iving to l--gln with.
r hdilren are In the Off
iiv of case* doing it
he...use of the "thrill"
if th i an >* eauaht early
enouah thi I ihtt i be fended
off liefuiv It has hud lime to dig
its claws into them irrevocably.
-Its
aVIWrf >l And -|)o|M- Kleins
H> (HAI'MAN l'|N( III.K (., Q | ... ,d ...called "reefers" it prodi
NARtXTTIt' drugs obtauict: from ^untamed in some 'able sense of mild Uiloxi-
Blaaal are SBMBa aaaarea ureat- drugs stold ... BttOO. The Wit seems sharpened.
rst blrviuiss because of their itr. HIlBsailj exU-ndi'd.
aoloundilng rapaclt> lo deaden Abus, : i > i..i.ilrr.tlile pain. But the drug mu; t ba ' leads I- the taking
HUT FOR ihouMiid* the> are at bJshl} dang* 'ronger "dopes."
life s creates* curse. II \-.HIMl
Tilt NINE dnifs listed lie law <>( maTtjUJUU which is smoked
*re the BaSBl import-nt ^_ OMI'M the fuU OS- ehawsd. It produce a "doped
.moki'IHm:. mad rron Q^ >isep like opium, from which tht
Oftfura an axtract of ihe !lii \\ u l had but
poppy, >#SBlf^ 'bough ii Is most lm- with a strange feeling of uftteatHj
t/M OiVOO h) iiiouth oi injected, port,. aaeaaa leads to cplh[>sy nnd in-
it is the moat effective drug foi
. Ill tfor 1
: by inducing souini to .dle\i '
Abuse: Taken v "dope" by hypo- Abu In ., pi|Mj u.
11 "' "' ll pnidii..- v. ,, brtnaaaboul
.stale of losntal oess ,,ie..sUi..b!e rymptoraj
i by steep with !ii[h ln m mill.,
,, degreeand the same
Breaking Ihe morphine habit is ,-r<:. ..,- W-J cum.
virtually ImpaasibU without mcdi- ..
Dal batp. When deprived of mor- q^
T a few days the reaches the adH oi Is ivi.i . ,,. ....
IIKROiN-is Whttl pow* >
mndc from mun vj
Vk : Doctors give II to aUay ^Tj'p ,nxletv
liter oper- rS
IBhs and bOUSB |..
ah,

.i heightened sense of cla- lw<
lion.
DM MM.
powder asti >oted rrom
the leaves of the coca
plant of Peru.
Un: It was widely
used 3S a local anaes-
tbotlc, but has been aui
.Nubshtutes which do not cause ad-
.
Taken u anufl
Or injected, it ;tnnulales menial
and physical power, abolishes
fatigue, and gives a false sense of
well-being.
M.tCKttNG DKI'Oa of the "bar-
biturate" group .ire harm
' Ken as proscribed bv doctoi
i -.wamo.ints they can lead
red forma to addiction.
ll..rbituraU-B sliuuld not Ik- uken
( (MM INI lUgfaOj btttaf Aatlfl ANAis made from the along with alcohol. Tho drug and
rystaUine substance also made tsavai of Indian hemp, n baa no the drink incn
rrora ntorpMne. medical use. smoke i pnnea
Iti'ltaiV On (crmain l*osf|miiimI
PARIS. Dec. 5 Tho Committee heard two invitations on the grounds that
United Nations put off Ihe de- speakers today from S a has :i"t yet accepted
I ierman unification until mid IIjiii beflon closing down the guilt for <:irti'iig the Ifal
Baturday to ci\v the East and untu aeiturday, Bwi i .,., wan and il ughtering lnno-
I'ndeii. while
to come here and take approving I >ipoocd
dan opposition to the commission to study free election Asked "Shoul' we condemn the
Invitations on ihe grounds that Oernany wide said he UWUffal il Qernan people as a whole,"
Ihe United Nations have no right ought to be ..,( "No -e could not It
to nsadnle In tSennan afraire_ would be un)i..L The German
foreshadowed . "No thanks" Hsiti's ambassador to France, people were lb- first to be en-
(roui the Red eimntry. Frank Lavaud, who also sup- slaved and eenqOSred by Hitler
ttoal naiMllHIea ported the western proposal, put It waa tha n-.ult of th,. Ctrl! wi!
Bff i plani 10 hear the Bonn fn a brief rebuttal to yesterday's which w.is hifthlighted bv lun:e
eat r.jin-sentatives. statement by Israel objecting to purges and Mqi idatlons."IJ.P.
She went into real estate, and herself at
oral tune owned two of the most luxurious
luxurious Santa Barbara. President
I used one of them as a "summer
White House."
Now Hilda is dead, a suicide. The woman
WI.....008 owned so much was behind with
tiie rent on the shabby bungalow where she
died.
JOLLY
Till: MAN who called lo "collect the comic-
books lor a navy hospital" at the Brooklyn
Hal was such a jolly sort of chap that he
quickly made himself a great favourite with
Mrs. Mildred Ciould's small son. He was
hack day after day, playing with htm by the
hour.
Unfortunately, on his last visit he was ac-
rarnpanied by a friend. The two men bound
and gagged Mrs. tl. her son. and the maid,
lO off not with the comics but with
:i0.000 dollars.
AWED
GUMGAaUUBS OFF to the team of Scots
girl hockey-players who have swept all be-
in > thsan, winning every j-ame and ending
up with ,i whopping 17-0 victory over a
Weatenattar Uad Connecticut eleven while
thousands cheered. Keporlcd the awe
Strickarj New York Times: "The Scots girls
gave .i demonstration of last action which
| In tempo BS the thermometer drop-
on! .ilicr sundown."
OKUNT
IN SAINT FALL. Minnesota, science takes
an unexpected stride forward. Piglets, it is
announced, will be nourished henceforth on
a synthetic milk which makes the little ones
grow tastac and heavier.
But as with other attempts to tamper with
nature, this discovery raises new problems.
The piglets will have to undergo a course
to teach them how to do without Mom. This
includes the playing, at two-minute inter-
vals day and night, of u recording of Mom's
grunts and the squealing of a litter while
WAP?
WILLIAM LAMihK. belligerent Kepub-
nator from North Dakota, has long
had a down on the U.S. Post Office. Things
reached u cUmaz when postal deliveries
an re recently cut to one a day.
Learning that the French postal chief an-
nounced that a letter posted in Paris before
12.30 p.m. would be delivered to addresses
Inside the city the same day. Langer growls.
"Why don't we. as a form of reverse lend-
lease. swap our postal chief for that French-
man ?" [in Ik* I "i. Utters pontnl
sJ i- i'i p i". [2 !"" el lead *J
I i *v of BJOl]
SIGNED
I.IM.I It IUM.LKS. new appearing in the
Broadway straight play "Love and Let
Love." has been signed up on a million-dollar
contract to st.ir on rtarf-hrwir weekly TV
programme starting in tne spring.
Our Headers Say:
U/.'.< To Blanw t
. '
sin it is oaosrwhai
clan in hi-
electioneering ipaoch has Age-
groupmt I planks in
srho doe
ve in .ige-nrouping. and
.
.(I lay the hi
people, laaohera tociuded, say th.-
m ani
I subscribe. Tlu
Island In. Dtp *
1

pose, thi

"
ileae it had
I support of
tchen included Rumour
of the da
i'.reclOT Of
.
1

be accepted.

rail known
Ittr under
I about



Huxhra late of Barbados, it is the
Ir-Tr.KKSTFn PATU
mber, 1951
Ut1$ fair II
To The dor. The Adv<*.au
BID During the last
in one of
il
DSptton "In* ;

I'lics iii Bail..
and we must '
la of ihis
I nave
on Uw
.

aud arc not desirous of repre-
senting B' B of the
tatty but themselves.
It is very unfortunate at this
k) aiiult sufTrage
in this isUnd that UMM |
eagles can feast on the franchise
of a section of the people who
oannol ihiok Bar themselves,
i a also some of these
same eagles who are allowed to
Use the name of n political party
or parties. Now with the eleo-
lion Just .
ton to decide
minds If they
are going to serve those who
era faithfully or
take a gamble with their sacred
right at
off*
6th December. 1951.
LISBOOKS
WE Have A Wide Range Suitable for
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS
\II\M VII SI VI KlM IIV.
Pi-
M
CLEAN
ns a
WHISTLE
50?
;r If, a:. Bailie
Whistle Carpel
& Upholstery
Cleaner C. s. pitcher
& CO.
WHY NOT CONSI RVE VAI.l'ABI.E FOOD?
ViaBUUra iii:i:i lid i /i
AVMl \lll.l HUM STOCK
iini os i \ a i... i.xi. i;it. |.i.
IF YOU EAT BEEF
Ifuw many /founds art>
Sirloin Rotiel f
From 1.000 II.. ,|r. von .ub.lr*rl 100 lb., of llldro. Hoof..
lordlM* Fjl. ,1,- Tli.l Ir.vm m lb. f Klln, Mm, hill
nN' ' ..I tin ... .ruund r.O II.. I. SIRL<>IN
TIIATS Mill ,,,i |.x, Mll, ((m slRLO|N THAN
____ "H 'ITIIF.lt ens
!' Al RUUA -
Milk Fi-'l
Milk Frd Duck.
llii-(.,l Hi,bl.it.
Calve. Liver
Phone-
w ilvlirvr
SHOP
EARLY
com\ it i s
for
Service
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FRIDAY l)H I MIIIR T. 131
BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PACE FIVE
Governor Presents Prizes At Exhibition
Mi.
......u tauai

-
a) From i i. 1
In Ihc last Iwn .
learned . hltle about the sugar*
industry ;ind bava appreciated, as
most of you must have done years
iiflo. the trnpurliiiH pui Huh tfca
Cane Biredinu Station plays la-
acb osm of
us. There i* i.<> doubt that th-j
breeding of new varieties 1* the
most important faVtor In Idctvu*-
lns; sugar pi-xlm won In this Island,
bul ti> auecesi dafSaada on a num-
ber of other f acton. MM of '
Is soil management. Agriculturists a.i part* on dktpU)
would do well to tin i-munifc
attention to this question *,. as ij oaOuwM. To* pa.ierns from whten
. : | | |
cultivation method* whn.h
provide not only Ibo li. i
nomte level of prodn ..i.tker.
will ensure that, at the s-me tune,
the soil is protected and con- of wore
srved.
.
gratulatc Mr. H ..,, -pycrnor asaembU
l-ii

.! pumj .

IIHIIM.l OPK.NEII
hi
iinei
. I
making this event ihe gi Ml success ,
It has been.
BefuT.
President of the Auncultur.il
Society. Mr. H I I.
Your ExcclN
Ladles and Gent*
As President of the Barbs
Agricultural Society 1 would lik>
knives Shaft, a water boaj
i-illiaer
'ull
present for then I
at this, our 101st Am I
hibitl.
display.
A speci.i1 job
kel cast iron trash turner blade
*'!!..>=,";:'
lip. They both serve the purpose
f roller C lea I of
wa.s not dona foul-
ing would take placethe trash
would build up. having nothing House
to clear it away and may cause
and goodwill ik.
will continue to expand and reflect ,
the progress, not only of Barba- ' ^ ' "
dos. but, I believe, of the West "
Indies.
And now,I congratulate most
of St. Peter wh>
s.ribcd as "men of action
"i of words."
Mr. Heckles congratulated all
responsible for the erection nf the
M nlge and the building of
id while Mr. GUI -aid thai
road would benefit |
pie of the district more than
thins they had In 300 vsjsjm,
Professor Doph
Rp8P4t rp h W ark
in Soifth America
H* "1II.IAM Ml \
BUENOt AIRES. Dec. 6.
Tall, blonde, young Profess
stig Ryden of the Gothenburg
Museum i* leaving for li.iliw.i iM
Sfesjfcssad t.i rtiul out more abou
I IvUlntlon: The
pre-Ttlhuancaa people hich n
round tha arwdlioiii atwcea of Lake
TUcsM .i He is alrVBMl] one >>f

an lenl Bouth Asnarti an cuttur
llll.l.ll.tt.l ll .! 1 IIIIIC.I I llV I'l'
have been built bj Colli
or Amyra people at an i
of 12,900 reel, about 40 miles north-
west of 1-ipm. the Bolivia capital.
Tho older part of the ruins Is
bsjUtvsjd lo have been built
between 300 and 600 AD. and Ihe
latter part between 600 and 900
A.D. The best known ruin
Dab a
r.p.
iii>ji|.i>m a mup ol ll.utr.i-*
- dos allowing the areas '" li'i
heartily all the*,, ho bU. breakMe. Ju_c flnnkfl arc. dcllVered. Around
won prize* and lolWwho ,lm ^A|M( J werc tra this nup were |*otographa show-
not.! would .'.iy T!i A-ore cast. The rrom the
Please try again for It is by werc maehiiied half-way In ord sdo up to tt
thenumber and quality of OK- ()) Rlv#. Uu. |(ub|l(. tll lnea of ,he t|me t, deUeored Mr. C. Bae.
to main- 1 used. Managing Direetui of the Bl I
tain this keen and fnen.lly rivalry Am..ng the pieces were n roUrr uiide,! an invitation to the pnfalk
1 o-o|M-ralion pump imuellor In brass castor, an i vi-tlt the Ju-C plant.
1 must thank our members, the open type impcHor also In brass Electric Sales and Service Ltd .
ladies and i[ct.:: -: pillar tractors.
committees In tact .ill 11 .i cast iron cross head I ,i tors, Markham cane
who have gtrea ;md two ,.rUi anj other agricultural ciuip-
operation In helping ii Mar OOOSOd fan shaft m0nl- hi Uu- n-nlii' were charts of
this exhibition in so limited a brass bearings. the D2, IM ami DT iractoi>
apace, and wil\ MCb small llu- Mr. W. A. ROSS, who explained jj,,. ,.,,,, ..nradions of this
ances at our d.-posal. i ^wpment were the large rotary
Each year we endeavour to nn- the sldrocafe that It has been dls- hoe and ft dlrecUy connected
prove our Exhibition...mi l ' ,h<* ntckei cast Iron p|ougri frame hydraullcslly lifted.
confident you will agreo it h .'^m- ";"l> ""i"'1 blades wear beUer Mf_ L_ ua^roft oxpla.'"
prove.1 and we are most Er..b !, ''" blada1* work of the maentDOS to 0M
ful to the Dire, ;"" t,h,'1 Pjw public
the Deparlm-nt Of AjDiCuittU I Booth .ontim.cd to
Ibtfr lldTlce and useful sug- blal7l.,!?l.sfli,Lt.hlt!n!S"J P.ie! be the cent... of attraction. On th.
geitions.
Finallv. M/ord of jiaise is due
s --""- : ^" nssa n^i% e"?*u ,..,.
; tthich was U) Iba&Wi Enmnrer ol th Deparlinent ul
Churchwarden Opens
Boscobelle Bridge
The newly construcled Tfjrmmal \i> ' Hosc--
balW. St. PaMr, w* uiliciolly opened yasjtssrday i-vnunK by
Mr. McU. Symmonds.. CbOrchWaVdaO of St Michael. Mr.
Symmonds clipped the narrow atrip "i Nua ribbon arhlcfa
temporarily closed the I lid "1 now declare this
pan." He broke a hotile of ilinmpanne on the
bridges side to complete .i rulel function
diaiA
oh BVBAlf
occasion
on sals ai the
leading aIdam
. ',,'.;'.;***'*'",
Juitc a number of i
orbj
decorate*! and pi<>\ |
'"rmi.
Mr. King then i I
cellency I
.. r
(>>iiikhanii
The OynurJi
usual a large number of BOi
mt MM people paid
:"1' "* f'"- gbjpencc each to see the snakx ,
"ji, h..M iMiri* *h,cn " cauht nt s***""Air- Sn'S9-
OeDtt looked on while Mr. K. N. H.
Husbands, last apeaaer ot tne
House ol Aa>embi>. Mi. Joim
becKles, M U.K. Mr, J. K. T-
Hi .imker, Mi. (ieorgc Gill and Mr.
Symniono* oaasjBandad llw High-
way Commissioner^ of St. 1'eU'i
for "the achievement".
The bridge is part of. the Ter-
minal It odd which cost the parish
The bridge itself cost
The
- of the excellence of the i
ilk doi
year, for tttt* ,
the Km,n.-r who '..
nouded to assist the Comnu*-
nei-i uf Ihc various pai i>ln-
oad development". Mr. Sym-
loiids said and ended ">< hi "'>
opa that the people of this dls-
ict will long be spared to f
goaparlty as they el
i>is bridge day after day '
Sell-Sunicient Area
Mr. Husbands. Chairman ol the
was function, said that he visited Hi
"ul while it wa,* under DM
tructiun and was told that
It I
ate the mild steel mill bed plaU-.
:niili. ,h(, nnl(, which were .nly docorated.
,,,.. witB .e.ieralv M that the> -
i i.mlete with "l> t" ^e standard of last years.
the mill roller t0|
Hignwa>.^ aim Transport l'>i leu- i material used
There were many other liooths nlry roads, and Mr. Eric Chal- building of the bridge had be
tl i
horticui,turl
gramme provided a great deal of Thi- other picture showed I CUT FLOWERS
amusement for them. bead stock fabricated In , %pltl. ,,, Uu (..,,., )1MS 11T,.
One of the most m r. 1 f Three Houses Fac- werc lovely exhibits of 1
the "pig (ticking" event m a lls was made live years and tne ,!anjard of the show was
one person on a hor>e palled *> by the tnundry and is still In M good na iasl >Mr-8.
sack swiftly along the ground a"' wodiuoa Than wai .. Ana coUaettoii <>f
whQeotbai .rmad with ThttUrd picture howe atkks attemoti '"""^ w,"ctl w*r.c' 1r*<"1': Hfm bouquets of cut flowers in ad-
af.. ,.1-moU be '>' Installed m_ the workshop Of litic, to
lenor. Road Inspector of St. I'eter. dug out from the area. Thai
'IVmiiiial Ron ' I little ovei ,,ve that lloiCobtUa Is self-
a mile long. Joining Boscobelle sumcient, a fact of whuh I an
with the Risk. St. Lucy. The v,.ry proud", he said,
construction of the road and bridge Mr. nyonekar aald thai
began during November last year pleased lo see the parlshimiers uf
and apart from the crop season si. Lucy crossing the rood over la
when the Commissioners werc Bosoohetla when be .i
awaiting further grant, the road the function. Of Mr H U
have been working on it ,,!,! "|J0 aOO in the West Indie
teadlly. can turn out l>et1er and faster
Terminal Bridge Is Mfl. fl inn. road work". Ih i
wide and has a drop of It. fl. The the "indefatigable Mr. <
presjsrrtaltOB Of ^biiUnents are made of rubble and who went shoulder ti> ibotlldar
Harris, and b) I
i 0 tour toeh baskets o( cement morlar stone and Its d.-_
MM,m -v'11'" Wbl and the Otbat I 24 Mr. o( dahlias l reinforced concrete -Vina
Mehille suc-wded. bm; .Swift lathe. | of the lot pointing daooratM the gua.d
enjoyable Item 1.. Messrs T Sydney Kinch's booth pj | ff a number of walls and Ihe wing walls while
0ne. "1" li I -'id prize. This prties for them. Miss Enid Shep- wee;. botSs hi uHUn| off wat. r
was the wheel barrow race in booth, which was beautifully set n,.rd f itiack Rock also got .. ie m all ue wall BaOi
which gentlemen with id. di*playixl t*ie Itemi such as number of prizes lor her zinnias. bridge is a 18-foot span to let pfl
raced with ladies in wt llat, Oxo. Valor, I'mnev. feeds ln the orchaj ( khl- Wdier which kuuica down fiooi
rows. and Fray Dentos soups, for which ,lv lhl, wll,,:. .,,- Jlv wtl)(1 ,t. ,.lin U]U
Other items included i,zv\\U. luimlxrn than last year and the Mr Challenor thinks U
BUY THESE and
SAVE
OrfgaaaBi Far vm
VAPORATED Mil K
i ONDKNSLD MILK
IMI'HIIAI. \ IENNA SAUSAGES
S ,h.. 111 lbs %\M
PLOUB pai I II
i iiUN MKaI. p
The abovr ttOBM *>< > -> -' ",v 4 -""* <**
H
i i .I.1A-. \IM D
DANISH B \i \l I
DANISH SLICED MAM lb
AUSTRAUAN Sl.lt KD
IMPERIAL C< IRNEO lin........
BRONTE R >AS1 BE!
BRIDAL ICINO SUGAR pei pkt
PBRLSTEIN HK1
PBRLSTBIN BEER P< l
1.31
1.78
1.00
M

aqually as kkI. AM rninal Road will great)} H
mdllK'ii
Two consolaUon priaes were
awarded. One went to tho Wort ,. i,nt. _,,. ,_ otlvi
foi W.I. Rum Reoaary's booth I-11
had as iu> mam attraction a ie- rlanis in i Ml
s.ilwlns cask dtiDlaying the types Also exhibited in this section
EV?\2?$?rJW r""*"''" o?rS4i^tdadT^D* di-ilE .etitmn, were some
and double distilled. R. M. Jones hybrid anthuHums which wen
and Co.. advertised Flit and lent from Trinidad by Dr Gillette the new road", he said.
D.D.T. and Mr. Walter Scott. The latter Before clipping the ribbon, M
At the S.P.C.A. booth girls also sent very nice specimens of Symmonds said that looking ba.
aueen's College were selling exoras in several colours I* addl- upon lhc impt0ve/-ients made 0
nes, badges and other Uon to some fine specimens of r0aos and bridges ln Barbadi
lar 'filling water Jugs",
bucket" races and the
sacks".
The greatest number of points
won by a lady at the Gymkhana
went to Miss Diana Haw!
to Mr. Lee Deane. and the great-
est number In the children's sec-
tion to Miss Kir-dy Packer.
There was one unfortunate In-
cident at the Gymkhana, It was f
during Ihe bendum race for gen-
rlvers and people who dead -an
from the di&trici. While peopli
bad in bead canes for diet
about 400 and 300 feet "-..t rack]
lot to meet i
carts on srsbther road, they will
now have to walk a few feet v
tlemen when Mr. Elliott i.. display was the pMOl Ktorloao
fell of his horse and had to be usssd for destroying animals, vlvscens.
lifted off the lipl I. B* wai - tombs and brushes for snimsls The prizes
first aid treatment I- .iiiment were also distributed
John Ambulan
perbs, roschlldiai
The results of the (.
follow:
i BSMDQSa riArR lOant
H | i.i ,m fend .'r I-.- Dm -
......
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3. BKNIH'
4 RAM. K lltr 1
l.t Mr V-
I HA[ USt BIT Kl
1.1 Ml- n H excHANr.r. iiaci: i
MUb Ann Hatvui
7. MUSICAI s-\< K-i .(Imlil-IU
rr. ioi rartq
S. TENNIS BAM
nrNniNd .i^dim lo Mr* rmIv.
f. nENDiNO in pairs .Mumi- w\
Mi. K r>.r asm ttum M :
10. MUSICAI. PORTS 'Childreni lit
MlW Ai. i
It POIX RAIT |0*M
! Drarw. Snd Mr Vn IVnnr
II rilJ.IN*0 WATfSt Jl'GS dM.,
1
II MCSS-UC ll.M l
'he past ten years, he had noticei
were falrlv evenly '"""rkable changes The road
h* rnont niitstandine hilrl boCn rnan<*d beyond r00g-
Butete Boy Scout. JU- SSTh. M U IB. cj- Z*ZfiJ?EZ?i
an dUplay ol lundi- li... MBs Olivo dp llorh.. Mr l.rovrmrnl hu been .1.
,r.-,fl wort done by II. I t Hume. Mr. 11 N l^-.,k nornl,,.,! over the.put Svr'yr.,
durlnl Uu- .--latlon Mr. H n Bannister. Mr,. P. B Tnl I, ilue lo th.- work lhat h.
Bti O'Nenl and Mr 11 F Parklnon been done by Ule Commlulonr-
%# IS I'I I'l II
including kitchen
i oven,
Another booth with a good lay-
out was that of Mcsm I .
Roach but It would have looked
. ith more decorations.
This booth displayed Maralyn
milk and Bovnl and gave Mi
samples of
Die u>oih organised by the
ItarbadoB Boys' and Girls' Clubs
the work dot
. clubs during the
|| hlth VMS
Tl,r- ..."
rnif Kaif i>e.
iJni)
lloi .
WfeM i hmn
lha-r wrr I I
li,..r-l thorausltOrxl
Allern *ad li. lltr 1l\,iriiushlrpd Vn'llnS I
M>. C A Profl carried n" '!>
rid win" jirUt-.. BSlllS In "> l"o-1
old OiflioushSrt-1 ShMO, Uv* n
xvr Milrr ! Uw pni<- wa
;. < .. >
In ih* half bi-l .! tl l<
N i"t on "* I
i. I anl Ihr prlie.
Skt Mddlr hot* '-
wilh the help of the Departm-"'
Of Fflghways ind I'
The haauttftlli -trong. hsnd-
iomc bridge is eloquent b
aho IBBB
COMD & Riimo\
xmas TRf;t: iiecoRA-
TIONH
nt BBI.K LIGHTS KT(
Very Mw Prices
AI Vour Jewellers
Y. lie LIMA
a .. i.rn.
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ITS HERE AGAIN II
1's- w"rh2nAl!f*mt*UlE? A
pants, bathins! trunks and coral ,,,,

all offered for fajfs<
... rr.p-li.ly
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iradiug m Onudind. GUmmm a Ci. n
-HI* Wllk,
CHANCERY SALE
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laHM kaiMUiaBt, r
I dala >|MIM and 11 i-.t (
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LEADER DIES
LISBON. Dev. 5
Count K.iii-n,i.) Ncbcua. the
Portusuesc miUUiry leader who
gained fame 111 many colonial
iampalgns jt ihr br*i:ining of the
ccnturj- died to-day aed 78.
Cf\
CHMMMMD
aiar-l>
I.H)I 4"K
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ft bpait Co.. Lid
P'honr a^t
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Urvnaiiii: aaaaion lor In*
LMoar Ucaiawr n MM lor Ina i-i-lir.
u| *| Joaor-n and W A.m..
kaM 11 laa Pali M.ri^f-.t
- an Fndar Mta *l
Ml
1 1 BnrAJa
pol 1 Ha|MtraM
tMar hi
< IT SI Jr.
Need bott/e-feo
babies be
cry-babies?
Certainly not! Baby'1 cry
iMiaUymcanipain the pain01 iml^cUxt.
( am "l milk by n writ you u-c. it apt
aaaVy'i ttomach TTiat'i why war nurae- anJ aarHfarr* aikl
Robmn\ I'aicm liarky. "1 hi\ tjmou*cereal enable
l>jeilc-tedbbicilodigcirH:iil.Jdaieaiily-ir^ ilut''
till and prcpara* ihCar dlfeatrre orfana ha 4M\ witit
more tolid foodi later on. Try Robinioa'i Patent* Barley
and lee how he ihnvct.
ROBINSON'S
aartar BARLEY
Tea. It haa arrived Juat In time for ihr ChrHlmjs Season
LOVIX1 PATTFRNS OP
row;o/,r.7 M BLOOM QOVmWWG.
( im vi 1 .iroiiii 11
Int. BROAD A TI DOR STRKKTS.
ItOlH HT IHOM
LIMITKH
PLANTATIONS HI II.D1M1
r m\m it BROAr STRfcfc'T
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Tratu-Camada Alrlloea
B.O.A.C. 1 ".l B.WLA.
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Canadian National Steamships
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Carf* and Paaaanacra Ma
Antl|ua, Mont.
Itala ol deparlura
Tha M V Dal
arcepl Carao and Paaar.ifata for
I. a-ia. X VWrrM. OmaK
and Aruba Dala ol iJaaaaraara
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lit' (ill1 IraiivilLuiliqur
Sailinja to Southampton
and rranee
Via
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Lll Janu-
2nd March,
IMS.
IJiti April.
IMI
Saaawh-Baaind and (ruaie
...I. La>
G11.1. Carta-
"COLUMBiE.' lh January.
152.
"COLOMB1C" 20lh Feby.
"COIX)MBIE." 2nd April.
1932.
Accepting Paaaengera
Cargo Mail
R. M. JONES & Co.
Ltd.Ar*nU.
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FOR SALE
a
IIAM.AI IS
GROUP
Wash your d. |
this easy,
healthier v^ay...



COOPER
On s.lr .1 all ! ..Im -t..n-
FYFFES LINE
Tht TS.S. "GOLFITO" will arnv,- from
Southampton on Monday. HMh I>cfinbrr. al
H a.m. aiul will M suilin^ IRW RRRM Hay for
Triii id atJ.
There is ample accommiMlaiion available (or
"11.in-tail also fur the United Kingdom on lWh
11.. .-H.I.. : 1951.
WILKINSON & IIAVNLS (0.. LTD.
Agents.
Arablr lMl.ll
Arm Arm
305 713
324 844
266 521
115 211
Ofltffl will bi- cunsider.-U for the purchase of the
bova group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the
following estates :
Haggalts & Bruce Vale approx.
(ireenland &i OverhlU a;>prox.
Hawden & River approx......
Fiu-ndslup upprox..........
Ifaj'gatts Factory has been extensively modernised
and ia equipped to product' luncy mulasses as well as
DC sugar. During the 19.il crop, the factory produced
4^363 tons of sugar. The bagi required for the 1952 crop
have been secured.
The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following International Har-
11actors ;
TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.
1WD9. 1 Farmall H
Also 1Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2-Subsoilet
ploughs,
1disc plough, 1brush breaker plough.
ft Dodpe Trucks, 1 Austin Truck. 11 cane carts for
Tractors.
Livestock includes 14 hcrsea, 12 mules.
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Whit might havi> happened had
II.C.I.. Division OaUUW
International From one
not awarded
nly lifleeii (. i .
which he heat three men. They
lUoo to Um
with right-ball Hllchln acting a*
i ihey lautacheo
n nf powerful

frer-kirk and ill chin
ball hoi

Hann, S
. Inside-forward ami
A meeting of all clubs of UM ,
IK' 1. will be held on Wedim-da? ,M1. ,.. aUo_ crow,, {1, .
'uahi i ] Umm lie raaumad on the left tha
School t.i ,eMi.. Um i
clubs in ine compauoon. injury
Aft... tin- review duns will be ,lm'w ""' But the Pi*""1* askit m.t be- Centra-half Gi
SJ,; rward line which raUb
Iwmb Um U 'den knaa
spherd *. Co. Cup ' orcd SI goals. side of the Held. And
which i ham-
plon team In the League.
o'clock.
WHAT'S ON TODAY
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out. Without over the I
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under which U
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tor and it is difficult to imagine
ill in* sides beating them when the
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i .brl-
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rtlallj countaracl thai lf< \
. houn '" interested onlook
condlUona Brentfi anwood tha i 11
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ball do* the result that goal
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long kicking. And with the un-' P
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Films hv the ljlk*lth
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Dodti-. rard. 7.4S p.m.
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Today HE WAS
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FRIDAY. UK I Mill It 7, Ml BARBADOS AHMKAIT. iwr.i: im:i 1: The Ding of Dong brings on the dancing girls W^F I U.N. Meet Deadlock In 30 Foot Whale Fight For Security Council Seat PARIS, Dee. 8. The United Nations General Assembly became hopelessly readluck in a sizzling election tight over Russia's bid foe a second Soviet bloc seat in the Security Council, and postponed the issue until later in the session. Eight ballots failed to settle the contest between Greece, strongly supported by the United States and Byelo-Russia. the Communists' candidate. Th* i" 1 ballot gave the follow Pakiatan and Chile were elected'ng results; Chile 57, Pakistan 55. 1 the nrst ballot to fill UM scats Greece So. Byelo-Russia M, Philipvacated on January 1st by Pn %  Australia 1. Argentine 1. and Ecuador. The GreekColumbia I, El Salvador Chile ami Pakistan were elected. —I'.P. b India Byeto-Russian fight for the seat Yugoslavia is vacating was no mtre East and West squabble— QSjMrwIsa Greece would have \wa easily.. In the balloting among tha U.N.. 60 nu-mbers. a two-thirds majority of 40 was required for election On the eighth and last ballot for the Security Council scat, Byelo-Russia had 33 and WASHINGTON. De GfMcerr. Kvol..-Hussias highest Practically all controls on the total WHS 33. Greece started out production of tires and other robin the lead on the first ballot by bar goods in tto United Suites a margin of 30 to 2a. w m ^ abolished by .he end of Chile. Pakistan Elected .""• £*. **W I'roducllon The Aaaanbly, howm, had A "' ho lty •" ,ssuing an ordcr U.S. Will Abolish Rubber Controls By End Of 1951 elected Chile and Pakistan io """"d December 15 effective r.on-pormanent seats on the SeJanu "y JP*ra>itting an unlimited rarity Council though it had eight oul ? ul ol ." ,bbor pr S uct **: unsuccessful trial to elect | mem^^LT U po&ilb e b2iT bar to fill the third vacancy. A %  *£ %  •*? %  uppl, ! ' %yTtt ^Sl two-thirds majority la necessary !" bber *•*• enaed ,htf rubb€t (or elections, and Chile (57) and ****•• Pakistan <55) were elected In the Al preaent the manufacturers of first ballot having gained this "*• %  aaaantial" goods may not use majority. more than 90 per cent, of their Iniador, India and Yugoslavia prc-Korean. rubber supply. Makers are now vacating their seats at "' other rubber products are the end of two years in office, limited to 100 per cent. Sn Qtadwyn Jcbh, Britain's numNPA warned that it is still b one Assembly V ice-President, necessary to conserve natural rubpresided in tlie absence of Presiher which is imported. For that dont Luis Padllla Nervo of Mexico, reason Government continues to who was Chairman at today's limit the amount of natural rubsasslon of the Big Four disarmsber which manufacturers may ndx ment sub-Committee with synthetic rubber.—I'.P. And Free Meat By KUN1CE SAVOIRY ST. JOHNS Tu the east uf Antigua there are dozens uf small islands, islets, rucks and reels. The largest and best known of these islands are Long Island. Green Island. Great Bird Island and Guana Island which is separated from Antigua merely by a channel known as the Narrows. Fishing u exceedingly good in Mr. MrSovncv aM and out among the reefs and through the head just as it was rocks. On Novemboj 8 fishermen grasping the whale Tha shark wsa saw a huge dark motvster north10 feet. H null" Tha* west uf Big Bud Island. |n groat it to the hoot and brought n into fear they watched the huge subihi Narrows arisara tut man dram merired object from afar. Strangeit ashore. On dissecting Hie shark ly. It remained still for hours, so fourteen pieces of, whale maul on returning io -bore the ftsheewere found within, aaatj Welshmen told their tale to Mr. Waltec lug approximately six pounds. MrSevney of the Diamond and The people "f All Saints aniit put Into waters? It was submerged in I of Antigua's re present at I von at tlv Festival "f F'a SaoMwIi MkNUDAY r rnnikNx. C %  s ro-. I' I IM %  %  ll\ HI UM -I' \1 n i .IHI. i. %  %  AnUMNO .i li— IIHII I IV i Lnaa, l' I... IIIMDIli %  I ^ i I -. I nig infill i Laai | . %  ..,-. J HU> i . M ONTS aSSBAT i -s Ml,i N Canadian Wheat OTTAWA, I %  Vi-ibic supplies ot i attMat in ShH .ige or it I North America on Not i totalled 218,723,148 bUStSal I I' HARBOUR LOG ... W. StnlUi. Mil. SUry St I..-I.. S>h A.l-u.-, Srl> atm>, am. i-n.i SIT. at-h Sfary K. i ... II *••• TW-wUiy A. H. Vi-> asssn i Una ii.l CasM a i lnaa %  < Vu.. ,i u M • i laali, 41 b> %  -*. C.p4 TaanH, fi.-> 0)aa %  IMIW Maiaa I" a* Caat S-M.)_ I* 1*4, I %  Mate*, !,•-. ii^., |....i. i ...-1I. %  an Drltn ALSO OBTAINABLE is GREEN & TIIANSPAKKNT .Iff ,7/l. '//''^"'""^w^J TRIUMPH OVER PAIN QUIHIUt—lHi F0UMTH IHGtEDItHT IH 'AHMIH' •fferteaeli A Iorears Mowdoet 'ANACIN' rath • aja Isaskag aasaiati Khettmjtam I ti Pliat' Th.-ANACiN —II i relief, UM i with amaiinf ipaed %  tastier snacks Colmaffs Mustard St'Uih, CSt Uf PAIH—Al OHSfl 1m. tor i ..r? l.ulc r<>*> >* >>> 2-Ubl.l .o.clop o* ANACIN — •ne|h Io biliig you IK! I.IIPI liom a bout ol Dim 'An.o.i iDln In hindr iOi.bloi po.ti and In bold., ol SO iiuMU. Shv* (h. b.n.fiii ol iKli |i.r n.w Kl*nt'li' ilniov.iy ( CET S0M£ • ANACIN TOD* 17 trcign Whisky a ass s as g Uut dMiaacboo af Ipsj tiKh il| v u,m your allegiaiKS flom lh arst sft> HIGHLAND QUEEN SCOTCH WHISKY Sola Importars — W. 1. H0MR0C CO. LTD., tttlDGf TOWN. v \\l/% U" %  T. s. OASBAWAY a Co. I ZUBES COwfiU MIXTURE A comfoning. soothing thai's well knoaw as .1 ijrinik remedy for cough* and core taroan. l^t its senile syrup ease and reliew your Irouhle. SswMUy HataMe and %  arc fo. caildrsa'i coughs Always keep a hottlr at hone fa ass. REC ZUtES CSMH LKENSES These arc so handy io kccpaith yon in pockcl-siac lav. Laay to laic, /uhet being quick relief to a sore and tickling throat. Just pop one into your mouth toon as you feel that sore throat a**, rte acr Zl'BES t\H41FR 1 -illilear >ut hradinahfft. AMD when ,om a>r a .*> coW. < I'tfrtri or handbag. At\ OM -alt GOOD CHEMISTS AND STOKES ^__^_^ r. I \ (.ARKAWO S CO., aHasssvin % %  i '..and to think—an hour ago he was doubled-up with indigestion!' S ifi relief from aftermeals discomfort is given by 'Dol*a'exces* siomach-scid. so often the cause handy one-dose envelopes, each Dolsa is acid balance It's made m powder form to Dolsa REtTOKS DIOESTIW r*0*K*d ih day h DM |laftdi hnK Snaroua Mumach >all> Made up <* •> a 't^ajua. feM Bag MM. 0>> 4*aM>i l t-San l-m, L i n aaatl i*! nyp,rmi4*t TBWM—W |W m M ) mSij — i pah • %  -i aash kaaatasa -it rapidly neutralizes the of the trouble. Prepared in sufiicsent to restore healthy be taken m atcr so as to act more quickly and thoroughly, rapidly reaching ihc MomjvSwjIK with its vxrthing. neutralizing solution. 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r\ci i (ii K HARHAIHIS ADVOCATE IIIIDAV DEfFMBER 7. 1*51 BARBADOS^ AlMXtfTE DOPE 1**11 A Han Thai Mill Is The Jinikiis Off MM hi Un UWM <• LM Mr.** si. BWMt*t< Friday, December 7. 11 DEWEVS ON HIE GANG TRAIL AGAIN EXHIBITION rtculUltal and industrial ai< %  : '•' Exhibition which ended In this second century el exhibitions the standard of previous years has been maintained and impr<>. made isible for this 101*t exhibit: that visitors to the exhibition %  pptaclata all the eflorts that so many individuals make t %  odards are maintained. But whan %  generoua meed of praise has been %  VI 'iunt, the thought still remains that tba i-xhibitiun is agricultural, partly commercial, %  ad hardly at all industrial. The dstttnoUon would iof hitle Importanoa if there was adt i'ark for %  Ck and |ioultry certainly have pirn!;, ol rpaoa, and no have Era I .n
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