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PACT I K.in BARBADOS AOVOCAR FRIDAY. NOYF.MBFR 21. 1*32 TRINIDAD LEADS W.I. BOXING What Of The Game Here ? Bj 0 A I oi-i'lN %  %  %  %  Wills. %  Koyal Jockey Marshall lias VI. The Breaks ovi: in i i i i. II 11 us I.IKI: TO I.I i %  %  l %  %  %  I'hom. i IN I.oc.1 Scene I ibllc sup• -.ir yearn %  I I Fi-.n H : Vk< | ( in .%  M %  %  %  RWl in ..rtrtnnaedlc turatrf Mashed-up it,., | tmtiiui: squareMonteUa mads toll win dm; wtih a %  iivii.d— or ihnt rOK THAT LOOK AT THE EXHIBITION ROOK* MABOIANO livid111* bait for tua world haa-yweiiht chanpiounhlp. pteMuUd Xa bin by Mat FUiscbei it Uto Baaing WnUiluncheon In Nw York Rocky baa announced >laa U fight one* a month, (tatting In mid winter. f —IInlirmmilunat Sowndphoto). umnAaw: i I ,.,< % %  ViuiHitet Mi H Germ* II that W far %  tint broken rid* than lie cat* rei I* (Is of concussion, block eyes, A( i |r.,i tap lo loe. last month eft ey when 1 I fell, mde at nham a ith %  patch over hU The Ring nag Hiel*.."> i %  Tint pii.f fnllowine ye n ore brittle of other first HHIIM-. %  1 i rulatt when %  %  ht hi) been well In Ihe first %  %  ITial waa %  i II >nch orn.il risks as. Left aJu par! U) Iha French Grand From Clermond Ferrand. agio will hop to I>'iidon to meet is slated urrae nt owners of llritish BRM famous rac|ni .„ iber 13. WE OFFER I n NEW SUITINGS Ivtli \*MMW Plain and Striped rwMd—$4.23 S6.ll. SG'O. SS.42 yd. 1 H BBV "V /'' t English all Wool Pick & Pick in Blue. Grey. Brown—SI 1.78, SI3.05 yd. Vlfv < T^LH EngUnh Fancy WonMd* SI 1.58, SI 1.89. SI2.91. S1S.02 yd. English Pin Sliiped Serg. in Navy. Brown. S Black S8.56. SI2.00 yd. Engliih all Wool Garwrdtn.. in Fawn. Tan and Groy, CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. BROAD U.S. Football At Wembley I. INDON The huBabaloi r %  cai, KHO football fin I an [..Hid. Stadium D Wembley has toon an Olympics Games, countless English foul_ r-t.ll ami Rugh> bnttHBl dog Automobile company ol MOfl Two week* ago Fangio signed 1 j$|h igreemenl nh llu^Maserali j^j* A MAFFEI SUIT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. %  liing re tided ..IT the I n a loose horse In ii'ip Hut for II i %  vlnnan thai 'Part of I in nil %  Think nothing of u," In some of the ."153 race* counting, (or world competition at i .,( i Maserali 2.000 e.c. baleTta have 1 bones 1 IMVI n my time. bu< | I i. -inosa. I and a !% %  DI hand give of hi living "'in of icing and raUgfoui ralUaa. tint iever American football. "If* he ttrsl ami probnltly the last the powers at Wem%  All IK. are ex (icctlng 30.000 along. The teams' the I s A \ f n Ibt II Chaoipionttilp, Seml-llnals will be decided in the nexl month. Top b I Britain Is drawn lo DBU i'i. In Fran I the ban teams from North African and Friends or Fangio lau. ill tight It out at rumours that he was signed by Fi.oikfuit. The winners come on ih t Ferrari Company lor .. rmmgoi to lake % %  lew U) lx.ndon. V "f races in ISM. These rum:f >ou are going to be any The tlnal will malu ITi k hke Yankee Stadium, comtt .ien it waa learned hat both rUowt never lit pla '"' 1 %  ,, bands, pretty. Alberto Ascorl and Luigl Villoi hirted drum majors and had not yet signed new contract* "the company. t'.I". YOU LOOK YOLB IIKST re megaphoned cheer laadere. Ix>nlent] of bonaa I linnk I've go) "en and social clubs and there plan to linn up in (ore hvciihi od .i of 1 i en r iii [II nil rival banks on either side of stadium. ate ol the lax-collector. Wembley Stadium Ltd., ileti can I." %  allv. US put —L.K.S. lloviiii; Hoard %  imd pun. i became a ^^ i found %  ore dbtap%  nd MOru Liugh. ll these trouble' the f. %  their dia , zl ,. ,,.... ncGrcgoi scored an im.... %  rum %  w to uln ihe W< fellowi do mind taking ttng the ground gratis. Proceeds isks. hut we are not paid hall will go to the R.A.F Benevolanl I I nd and u> the VS. Welfare %  income-lax at whatevergervsoM Fund. a|lB> Talks On Sugar Price Stutlrtl WcQrogor lieui* Mvrvyn Rase %  LONDON. Nov. 20 There has been a holdup In Ihe talks on Ihe 1B53 Sugar Price Another meeting was held at ihe I'l-xi Ministry this nfternmrn %  eminent icprcaentjn.es and Umpire delegate*, nut fti'i ,m hour and a half, the mealing wai %  djournad withou* % %  n beint: n'ached. It is now obvious that the lea agreement will not be conWfl iudttl until nexl week. Mr. i Tournai SedgMaeCowan *n t i Mr. Cuke, the Ken West Indies representatives, have %  renewed their provisional homel l' ard plane uooktniis which had i II niade (or this weefc-c 1 T hey'U Do It Every Time —~. By Jimmy Hatlo KaiiKiu was favourably impressed by Ihe new Maserati car whjON ggafjna works on direct gaaoUne when Frosilan Gonzalc* lOOk With It an exiellei.t plaCS in the last automobile OrBfld i'i ix it Monza after n thrilling duel with Alberto Ascari.



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FRIDAY. NOVHOIS 11. I52 BARBADOS AJjVo(AlE KM.K IIIKKK Jtk i a sprinkle \'mt*s nil it needs/ N*M makes h(hi ork of in • i aek/deep-c leaning' whew Colonial Research Progressing Cane-vvax Will "^G^. Big B.W.L Sugar wenein B.W.I. ^ Increase Coming LOr.'SON, Now l! During the coui M of the Debate on the Address in the House of Common-, n Fridar, Mr. Bernard Biam. tatv ol the Imperial Ml i foil wing remarks which are of interest io the Wi He i Hyperacidity* Af#* relief De Will Antacid Powder osn be coafideatle re mrnded for the quick relief of dig'.i ,r disorders arising finally per acidity. Heartburn, flat olen.r and all the worrying symptoms of exce*j sud formation in the stoeaach quickly *ivc way to thia reliable irmly medicine. De Wit Antacid Powder quickly neutralises tiers* acid and provide* lehef over a tone period by soothing and protecting the delicate %  tomach hning. Content: Lt-t the House voruud%  in* i.ift m ihu %  OdUClKXI bild 16 idMM *),.,; ,1.. U I HI Ilk' |) tot* U> indiwlry. I h*vm mind ur.c pertlculai %  i my privilege ; %  • visit the Weal Inlb. I Matted the s„. Doiagkoai LdUReati i • *et up m Trinidad, when I of the Imperial College h. cngngeri in research int. %  ..IS.'.-'.U .,, ili..t ran* Teh (jolonuil Balances Increaao tig Kdnnre* In I ttB million i TMI hiIxmdon been n I : imn Dr. Nkriimali Asks People's Opinion [t Mlri I %  proce*, able form ignifkanc. to \ i"' ; *< tod from the Una contribution bulk of pur industrial *.ix* %  waste produ. • %  u> a •<>\.,\ exceeding westmdki |e£1.000 million. n %  lopud—I have not tin ad) by a nrh doubt from wh.it we now -.:. Efrfiain to man) comparative!* of the worh *-f Prnfeesor Wiggins poov jithough potentlall that it can be rifwlnficiiviill for which iho acts a* doubtedly ndd lubMMtiall; to the -:<•' dian, banker and trustee. wealth of the British w Sfandoad. Brita n baj Then' ,., in iboairand rrUllton pounds i-uiKc of uaaa tui Ngai by-prosrorth f an %  of what duct': they can be used to produce she has sold. fertiliser!.. paper, even blood puntThe Sianderd leader -mtMrft ma and building materials. Such "Could there be a more spcedaveloproant would edd imlacular dt measurably to the wealth of tin' prac tical s British Caribbean area, which hacomn.erclnl structure known been dependent for so long on wMHAl Alexander Papagos, leader of the Blurtuet Greek Kally, Another 'Military* Victory By rHII. MWSOM NKW YORK, \ %  import. %  •"ce. xiourge of Gret'k COShOtUnllta, ro "i Greece friend ol the United 81 To 'his veteran of DOtt alia have now turned In their hope for their first stable government itnca the. and %  World War 11 and an end to rumLONDON With a Mi expanskM i produvtaoti I iracial lot tho British weal Indtei and British Guiana, thii U i-ons-ilidatf their i athe U'Mdinu stiisiiUKKIUI mnioiiwealth n* 1M at b) M<-r. 0 l.ia. id.I..iiKhm %  .:, .it a.Dor nd eas.ooo Bi itisli Weal Indies I Ins total proilm li-.ui < %  ( %  .".Veen |..o. in Oni artkAran ..a.MH.s iix-r* iii'in a ataar i%  =.I ver \n .i .In hitherto Ihe larseal awnderer. where l5,*-5J tModeelHm l foree^rt JI sea.eea ton*. %  i spectaculai aid NMM iaaa M :..i ...nit in tho %  '"ding lo the i lotatatd m.000 Oatana and i.oftfi tona in the British V, H • -r me ISM %  aent i" Bi .'.tin. M nt Minn,, I 1 "nrat nine mot ltd el fi adi Kwame .\ I r of th.QaM hi-fj. K1 ran %  nt laab eft i ed eonatilutioniil i lot March, Nkrumahi statefnent Fattowi Ifcj which l* had in the Ooid ....-: awnnM i %  tan PMvei Lyttrtton It was hen agrfcd that DropoeaJ I %  wraith should be formulated by Thv %  uitatlon with the i-hief* end ibe p1e, foi tween Ih. Kingdom and %  ''lt. Nlcrunirih I'., a number of points One li he position of the thri %  prei holdiim tn.pertfQUoa of Defi To sharpen appetite ther is nothing like Colman's Mustard Seen peop L'nlti •vim Br^i •ni.i I eternal ArMra, Plnane luettea ..mi srhathi i .11 M these should be replaced by sentatlve Afriran Ihffenee and nil n show, the : m.iintainvd until the it frtlj led ..r Veat i all i> en.I of (he total ww ARE YOU Mora Irritable Triese Days? Has tha "i,ir-nJlM/-" of Ibdaei-wllh ii.i daily so uu> ends meet ahortngaa and "high ariose,''—hagun to umnr on yea* i—ess? Do you feel you'rtt not rattJog enough rwrt -and feel so sdgy half the time, you cent enjoy life any more? Well, you cent help the oahappy condition of thv World —but you can AWo t-ourmif' Because thonaanea of CaaadKan men and women any thev ftnd they take tbewe worries M tAnr Mride after taking Dr. Chare's Nerve Food for H while. Thw well-known tosuc Which rr-*~ in ViUmin Bi, iron and other needed minerals helps build up your vitality and nid*. hi toning up your whoWsyatem Get DV Chaee'a Nerve Food today! See If you don't rest OatCsr. ear defter. frW belbrr. The name "Dr. Chase'' i your aaainanos The large "eonnomy esse'* Is rear beet buy. is few main crops for e*.i" | been, therefore, partleul artlve to Mcfaatl I trade. Anti-I.wii been the contribute la killinE d is e as e in Cyprus. British veloped Empln Ouiana and now MaurithBI "Certainly. Britain must Then then' are Institutions In with pride and gratitude on the 'East Africa. Northern lllion Bui nnd Malaya which are I : < ennnt refard It with eatts.waysflml mean* of Increasing the f fMnns'iatlnn Of the "'— %  %  --• '"' %  • alue of the mtehtv ""* "Jllation and unemployment If a repn structure known a! 'PapR' Oreeh Hail. Partj [o reptoee Ih. :he Stertlng \n-.r <\nd could wnlrh '' on 'y l,,tlr ,noTV ,h *" %  Ol Dal External Affairs, thenb,-a rnore convincing proof rear old won •pproxtm&trl) 24" thti .uld imply thai the OOM ,.r ih! productlra capacity of the out ** 30 ""^ m ,hr ,;iWk c """ wmi11 .vex imColonial Empire' Parliament and i-olled more votet mediately full responsibility fm la an immense financial * %  the '' '%  l; %  Liberal •"' own defence, the main burd rtbbea a#r.i MO OthtJ t %  iducer has sent Britain from iIoUU'S ', %  • .nine of which i.v now borne bg forces of the Commonwealth Th ( tlold Coast would also have to becoma responsible for dlii •entation as regards trade in toretgn countries liability which can.in no Cuilitlon and LHtulngers rinsiicinl embarrassment, which '"'" %  indeed stands between us and Cen. l*apago6 faces a great task. i.nrial crisis. And here i Economically Greece's sltuatloi an outpouring of matennl recould lierdly be wnmc. Ai %  hlch Have ately 40 per cent, of hi i been neglected through the years. Income goes fnto armament Shu yet ,ue :i!>lc and willing at the imports more Ihau live %  end of these years to suppl< aiftPIM ba I '• lo export an,..! .., %  r ami he ban no! a* I Hah diet of the colonial peeph (The I: t ol such i [erjete a ImJmansa, Theii worlt l* rltMIng 'substantial results, Cocoa In Trinidad last >ear 1 saw something of what had been achieved M a result of thi c,t ,.i %  ,] %  .1 rofoarch woik dona ..'. the Unpen> al College. It was possible on one estate to sec cocoa mown I l VS. help. — t'.P. U.S. Will Pay More Attention To Far East Gets Air AworH The Gold Coast executive now ,.a result of ihe eonstitiHioii..! advance* of IBM M I rabmat of i" in'-i'ini nvei i>. tin Add I)r Nkrumah BS I'nme Mlnl<--tn and an uiinftlel.ii mnlorltv ..f eight Africans b4 | see the lesuits i diseose reiistanl and hiKher fiel I Ing strains what is that Mail • O. Page 6. THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! n Fresh Moutti Alll^iong? TOKYG The Unititi BUtea been gfpwn f.r tl* last SO ln I( ,„., itu ttllull ,„,„, (ll ,, then dongside it to f ar Ea Sl and )WB „ n fcuropa a result ol Elsenhower's election today And tt: of John Foster Dulles, architect od the Japaneaa peaea treaty, to the Of State, would imnertma Ihls attitude n is thought. Thai tnaj not mean more dollars for Japan, because the new lion win piobebl* be lam %  thetlc than the Truman %  ,'... %  aid, But Japanese industriullstt think they will now win HepuhUdan support tor theli iradl pansion pi ins, partlt ui.ri, South-East Asia. "Trade not .mi" i. made slogan It will be coupled with appeal* for pressure agalnsl oh reati bi (ompetition with the Jnpanese drive. Further, the new adminMr.irjsaetad t<> urge speedier rrkpriiainent. Premier Yohnida will be "advised" to get busy expanding his skeleton army. novy and air ; Only one thing causes uncasii enhower's promise to American front-line Kon .i ^itti Ken ai been mrteratly misinterpreted in Tokyo as a move towards scaling down the Korean from which Japan IB earning mil Im > %  ( predi lars. Dope-runners Arrested IHlMI KOMi Police hava %  maahdd a i .dion.il dnpe-iinminK kan*! which • lieen sending heroin and othei drugs %  Cttei %  iUCh .1 hl'll op te the Kingdom .\ aughi condal % %  %  m to the ,. I. |N.| itgure of ,jinH)ii t..ns. s.n'. aa gaj t,. Britain during Ihe llrst nine months of this %  ear. ... v .aiitnoiiwi ir %  >' mat IB&I :,2 crop .it %  i.i -timd ol H so Brfialn. None d aa hanna oorna tills I ,ii from stouth Africa The Brttaflh Wesi li >nly Commonweailli produi MI im h li it •xports to thr United Kmaduni l.is \rai Thru i. i %  i lies have .ilmnat entirely made .(. lot till I lies from otlu i Qrm(b Improved. i..o is Ihe British West Indies' peg*] by %  i.h. 1or I.K. legar. whiu I.K import. i.r tugar rrom the Itrli ask Wes Indfea and Hrllish i ..,.%  i.iM.,..i trmm 111414 Ion. hi im.tiTU tons In Ihr lirsl nine months of this tear. Imports Vim t\ p.its and pans, sinks and baths — all acmr leaning tin I'ruted StaU-* eon''her |,rodi' then '>bllgat>'itu —B,|t.p. ftreeraekers and cigar• MSS JACOUIIINI Auaiot, daugl.ter-ln-law of Trench Presldeo' Vincent Auriol, has a senile for men on her arrival at Idlewild Airport, New York,'after %  flight from Paris. Mrs. Attrtol one of the world's leading Bsoman fliers. Is in the U S. to receive l from President Tru man for her air achlrv.-i. i %  %  eit. ..ikel then v u Into the dope ring and gained H.eir eordldeii.... by ptising as airKm a/orkera who could lamssfab the transit of the drugs. They started wort mrl* In September, following the arrest of a Clim-.in San Francisco nnd rerelpt of Information from the tr-iiterl States consular authoritlc Then, on October SO thenpoll • (dlded a Ho;ut Kong hotel There %  fat a Chinese man artttl %  %  nnd tin ot cigar.ties in which irugs were Imc t Later, at his home, the police seized more dope The man. David Chan, who Mended guilty of being In possrsiin of dangerous drugs wax fined tha tgrtrh I IO or sis Tianths' imprisonment. He was. however, described at %  mere police, who have since made several more ar%  %  VIN cleans everything smoothly and speedily S5 %  R.\TKS OF EXCIMXGE MAIL NOTICES l* eHM • he Owiet.l IVt Offlo I'sreei W.il i. r ,d M-i %  Mlim iset 1 r*s fertrrcorrrh | fb i seg what CM • v . cesslve trips by ministers -t-ifT have provided amH."n'neti win h. ... |, . Od i ... .,. u/aah %  %  "el Mall and llr,.ir-ed Mail ill Wasl „. Ordinary M.i< • 'lIn it stu .ngtoi * l ie-. • i CaM> I.I s SO a irdar and lew A NtW rriracle tooihpasfc green Memasoi no* pvas %  safer teeih and guim. and a clean, fresh mouth and brralh all day. It doetnt just 'cover up" mouth odourm minutes, it aVsSraji thrm tort+klrh Meniavoi t the sun into health jnd fre*hnes. Wo wonder cWoroptn II .'r v s such marvel* in your mouth' FAm. ihe active green chloroph)ll in Mcntasol •<•/*' rmmth oabari, prtmMs '*eir rrlurn /oe aseri.'Testi hare been earned out on both men and women wuli 'bad breat h .*' Hour* after bruib. m iheir tectii with Ivleniatot, 54 had no unpleasant mouth hoarI Then, MenUtol's chlorophyll elrw lo build rmn, healthy gums. Ful test* on over 1,000 i mem. prosed Dan I irully, this chlorophyll toothpaste reduces mouth acids thai si use deca* . destroys germs tlial cause CK1V l-ahoraiory tests 4eri \I-M ih^proeoction' Millions ol Amerivans use il. Try the mmiy ircshness of this green toothpaste th-t makes ioclh brilliantly white' You'll love Mentasol... yoa'ti safer/word' i war no/r mouth I Mentasol 1 ^ Chlorophyll toothpaste International Power: Another Peak In 1952 ix-rations of InUmational In the preceding years. Company Limited in SalFor 1*51. net • %  Guiana BoNsria,end i 22. up from $12 85 in 1950 %  Railway. Light a Power 1951 and 1*82 was a di Co. of Mexico—continue lo result which lifted the return %  li %  • %  ir 1*52. we modest regular dr. tnbutlon .I has proved a under Section '. %  il to Mil For gr*ibsldianes per share of Common In the torn to hiahrr of new tax-free *I'T'' levels in 194B and 1950 and Of thi .s purchased and Of $10,052,143 in 1951. while cancelled durlni • mad. ing trM i-apsjeity of the com par. %  rowing demands from th> prevM%  I s/HMtOflll and an %  [ les 111 t>e ulll. ing tha total foi B years to around 10.00" rmn f 1*5.610 strong in %  ire, mov%  up from 12.05I.49H to 13.494.BS7 aeae of 12.4001" big up to a 1*52 range of loeraami of .d.i, 7SH—564. awlth the final sales 1951 over 1950 were greater than Steady progress Is made year by last week at 48. LOOK! SANTA offers im Minliiilirifi BfeSW mivhanieal TEI.RPHOSI.S MILLS .*'•• thr ili-i'liiti nt The Corner Store



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I'M.I inii: RAKHADOS ABVOC\TE FRIDAY. SOYFMBIR tl MRBADOsJi ADVOCATE Friday. Nammaa* Jl. IS2 IIIAIM THIS %  ws, the Coma In London to formulate a plan whicfa will expand world trade and .iltties of friction betbe Win II . Id This week Id 0. H ArUm-. "leii Barbi from A htm he will later II u an adyiaei i" the i % %  : tin I 'i %  nics who ta at the fi an< <' The %  %  nfereni • %  will perhapa help those who tand la depart nu utali/. ppjitatl and trade to te wl v SK.lin and Marx set trade ai the i %  %  i< ti daiarmina human history. Although the meeting ol %  ' Liled and Britiah attempt to expand world trade it 9 many others as an attempt %  i. the paramount of the Britiah Commonwealth The RusMans may IKhoping That Britain c will quarrel with II markets and they know and Japan do not intend to all back and do nothing to [again their place in world trade. U.S.S.R. was not a self-contained economic unit Russian dreams of a split in the Western camp mitfht be dismissed as dreams. But Russia is not only a selfcontained economic unit but has markets to offer to (Jermany and Japan and to other countries m ih< We tarn >phere of influci Mi propaganda is still effectively used (especially at meetings of the United Nations) to spread discontent who aspire In national independence. No Communist agent could hope to have an> followers unless lie was called a patriot and unless hp stressed nati' • %  ndence as the goal towards which ha was working, Hie idea of national Independence can be accommodated to suit the circumstances of each country. Sovereign countries can be aectiai I | i lag under the domination of Americ.m r dollar imperialism: while non self territories provide the Communists with unlimited opportunities of spreading their pernicious dMtrtrsM The econotnic Intagiation of the WestI'ni allianca which nunhi follow upon the successful marking 't the Eumpcan Dafanca Community and the discovery at this month's commonwealth conference of a trade formula which will result in an expansion of world trade would force %  1 ittn in Marx's dictum that Man must periodically go to wax to Rgrrl Ibi marketi If the imperials • lead to follow the Russian example ami form a self-contained ec nomie unit i\w whole of Russian for.' i ive io be re> I ed and i i have been proved hopelessly Bui mntries ol the UBTI world In'.' Io compete amongst themselves for markets, the words Ol Marx ought to be given u great attantlon u Statin still givsa them, u is vital that world trade fcn sxpanded and everyone will wish that the Commonwealth con< %  HI result III mi b u Bxpansion Mrs. II* <-ion I'oiirs I li Cilllll4>S .[>ON. SPI( I t ,,ur knowledge ol hie with the publication of the edition of "introducing the Colo'., Beeton, ol book fame, makes i quick tour row '' I tries, The result is a chapin this bookie! on the uncommon dishes. Hi ra ire birds' naal soup, fu-fu. palm oil ri %  B mar. The only type of birds' nes! suitable for culinary purposes, so the booklet informs us. particular species of swallow nrwquanttnjg the r>cks and isles ol the %  / id fu-fu is yami Or Indian COI with a dark*colound in \ fowl %  %  • quenl • ur.ject of beehe-de-me He is quoted in the bow I M.. M would probai [dared a I a-rubbtr. China %  hownUi and much which is I chop, the curry pecuuai At. Ol %  tC like It, and %  an illusthe Colonial OHii with the Central OfTu. I.KS The Not Cricket Cry Is Out Of Date When Such Men Can Change Our Lives 1 I an Wv Afford I In* Sfiiroiitf Over Wliiit hallV \1R BDCM M sns Mr bitierK _,_ %  . evidence from the Nurembergtrial WUK* t hlirlr*. Jr% inlOUr thai at the start of the war two l >na*S raaime at th,. Forsuitcases full of documents freer %  ed two weekNo Nantes the Britiah Emoassy in Rome were MR. EDEN quickly told the for sale on the Italian black ..... ,. House: "It really was not my market. The document; were un5J, !" '" r-r" i HWr" lrd Reading Important, but the Germi Ml Will %  said *>hat 'Jw author <-( 0 broken a Tradition that civil ervants should n is making a big hB lKa „,,,„„ M i,,,.,,, F „r-., !" -Irlalm. and a mist .km claim, if lM That the newspaperMfti IMiivii ssrbe seems to support u I without ,ii pubuc This has never been Uk %  K-.un. Will %  .. ( ivil Servire. was directly aitacked for his activities as Chamberlain's adviser in appeasement Ami duniis >e Itrst world war Artmiral Jackie Fisher, a Servict f. %  '. .. ised. stuffily told the peer* he would thought they could use them to Ive the names of civil bretk down embassy ciphers. M-rvanU Involved 'C'loaed Shop' Wi II. who waa responsible? It rtRKONNEL: The Mlal "closed the Foreign Office still that the ailins Mr. Bevtn. Foreign opcralee. More than a third of Secretary at the lime ol Maclean's Britain's ambassadors come from appointment, had anything to do only four of the public schools— with thw amaring blunder. It Eton. Harrow. Wtncheirter, and must havp been made at a lower Wellington. level. tXTRAVAGAM The Foreign Office U seven liinea as big Mr K.lrn has treated a situa^ n WM pre-war Embaaiii-s apswa has in', i he Maclean a pg wa where only consulate* to) cannot be placed on cXisUHl before Kecently Mi. Ministers because they knew %  ;,,„, raUed U bena to embassy •>" nothing about it. and canr.ot be ,tatui. Why? '.'' placed on civU aervanU because ^ rot tn foreign currency of Ministers say It would not be nwinuinlng Britain's dlplopiattc 10 reveal any names. arw j consular establishmanU overLet us put ^n end to thi* „.„ ts nearly £0.000.000. Diplodoiiblctalk. 1 will name one maUc mnd allied servi.es in of Sir William St tang's officials America alone cost £1.222.78u who. by virlu*of Ins office. |ief or e the war the total cost of """" S7J" : "" •<* "•.p*n,bih 1 '*?Z£i F"..n 10 kill il nil i more c ate becoming public figure* right. They ;<.. Pre" %  >. They repreaent Brit( ' %  l*ble. The ^ thetn caa sea I Mr Middictoi. ale decision in their departments Hnd of lho Amciic n Department Money ls frittered away, through been outmoded for years. II m October taiO, He Is Mr. George u Brillsh C ouncU on such mp „,'*' nl Middleton—at that Ume Head of propaganda luxuries as subsidies ','f the Personnel Ihpartmcni at KM to lecturers at German universities. Pttndgg OBaei subsidised entcrtainmenU abroad. And where Mr. Mlddleton toand tne maintenance of UbraraM r. lithas Just left Teheran. n foregin cities. Ilumilialion mri MM \ i n i MI i i i It actinsas British t harge 01 Atlalres wouW ^ ^^t^ Io catalogue the in Persia. Yesterday h. dTOVO htt fu „ nistory of Britain's diplomacy Humber ear to Bagdad — OAa of tn war Thu country hus the last cn'.iJKi dlpiornsu t<> las"" Persia. 'Mm! I'njust' Geed J"*-. But . I>-ik at Sn Gladwyn Jebb. British rrpn-sentative at the 1'iiiU-il Ml %  'ion has made him morr familiar to the poollc than most British Ministers. %  ladwyn seems to be doing -j un ius" hi.l bce> i good job. But if he ever mart • ^, nnot tcrt e. ma grow ertnt. how could Mr r(u p,,,. NOW examine a second point Mr. USSL He said "most unjust." .( I: Foreign suffered one diplomatic humiliation after another. We have lost our oil refineries in Persia — and %  sg K p t no compensation. Two of our destroyers were damaged by Albanian mines. 44 British sailors were killed—and we ge'. no compensation. While America protects her troops in Japan, obtain similar i, and in no success in securing the release of Mi. Edgar Sanders, imprisoned in Hungary, although the Americans have secured the freedom of rial .social*. Mr. Voegeler. There was n muddle about command problems in the North Atlantic Alliance. There was Eden pretend that he. as Foreign oni „. in rwnt ear. has shaken Eg? £" '" %  niblk confidence Security has S-Jjj". /-''_ gfrais system of "Min%LS^ jTtXX**2l VSR leanUr^ '^T^ £ ...ins.bility" tooked ...ore u m ., M VI (1 ( I(I(1 Ex Brujsh ^-urnen ^mpr.aoned n.ring last week Mravagancc is common. And ou. Japan There has been ..tiuiry discussions on the (ll p tom a C y u not getting reaulu. ., Look at the record. Lord Reading, in the •>*•' SHI HIT* Apart from th. l,ords admitled that Maclean had Burfeil and Maclean storj. two ""^^"Vi^ vZ-Zl """II" ^^^SS& -S! grave incidents hav? osaw *^E^J*\ V *X£ •in the course oi a vioiem l(1 lll(n „ mc e the war ""''"" n,.-,un,ruu,i r r.u, 1 ,, M, Eton, II II..-II..UMM Com" b,M ,ho P '"''•" ""' <""• %  .,v.r-.J c-n. Io rerm G, --, „.,, ..... ..,.. i|r F.tn-lK '" WHOHUII '" % %  > '"'"' Hum ..;, .jrvictor*,Hw*,K,,„.ch....iiItovChMT rnl il„. full piclure." This """"" %  !" b, ";" "' '" %  % % %  'YES. there la mnnlliiiiii Mrlou.II .-xaniplo ..f lh.ouiinit thr war. photocruphm lop ] y wronic with the Torelgn Office. Hptamlli. halMrulh; the ooMier "f" 1 ctocumeiiu In UM ambuuMr. Eden may protest that he intole that M !" •" %  • nd "o" """ %  ' ,ho now bears the ultimate responal1 ...-ivrlv nusleadln*. "*'"' „ . WtrTrue enough. im ..t the peers tried t find Even if use was made of the And If he cannot sec. or will I sible for ap"~ij • %  ill, hi. record Operation Clcer,. ,f druil. vi.il.-ii.e. mlanlilc tan'ly howlc, I r munlal profesalons. * r| d war. fl parnlivaly senior jolt al A new pool, i nln OBkt UP wonNainicr. In Ihe Nam Era. druws a reshuffle amon Ihe permantnt curious to know bow the • 11 " t !" '" %  "other itap in Forofrlclala. but a new pohlical chief .,,„.,i,l,„e,i, came to lie ma.le. "< "!cc securily. He quote, ., well.—L.E.S. The lpr'.ii. Ref farmer Admits A i : v\\ Lapses discovered, not admit, that the Foreign Om~ was Ihe bigger I requires a thorough shake-up, of the second then "Junius," in his next article. .would be justified in saying that _by Sir Lewis the Foreign Office needs not i IIK LIFT 'AND l>CATH OF A NIWaFAPEI B J. W. Robert son Seoll. Melhurn 3So. 41~ THI newspaper is the Pall tie, which died in the • nd was buried in the Standard H had beta "*B-ofli ;itd u n A lemai kjble series of ntfi had been its editors; the : A. tor was. (Of ;i linu'. .* owner. Mr. ROB* doej not Hal he doe* i>m ti> light countless interest.•.K (and some ain |n itlttSj tseil -'inginshed figures of n (vgune ag^. And ho publishes iMai in %  vuluiin' which looks QeeUas .>f notes, iw.nting lal arrangement. Lord Morley. for three years nun <>f the Pall Mall Gazette,. ,vas scholar, -itaieaman and aguoa%  lc; he wrote ihe beat Knirlf^i book OB Voltaue. He erected an mposing monument of labour and v !h. Ufa of Gladstone. He v s a Secretary of State several Limes over. At one time he was tiumght of .is the next Liberal lYime Mini-ter. And he was called bs Campbell Bannerman, who beat him in IBS %  %  • I'l.rnier^hip The last man in the world artW thought Of in cunnec" itimance. Hut Sftut OS ITS PS 1 B Mr. Hobertann A young married'woman, with ley had been on terms if honourable friendship knocked %  1 his door one WII.UT'H night and ild -he h.-d left her brutal hus%  i : aj afiDrlsa let her have me of his two rooms for the night; next morning he 'aid: "I have mm%  t-nmised you tht .only thing to anBBS U> your husband %  • him to divorce you. %  ,. The husband declined to di.•orce. Morley and the lady lived 'ofttbar for years, nurryns on he husband's dealt In spite of • it'itude of the Virtnrians :>,. team Maries career in politle* dkf not suffer farora he "cohabitation." But few neople can have known of hi.< a '• l ie wuj not (Motioned In I books of reference. M' married W.T Bl lollowed Moi %  more Bat laraotar, a i >oiirnali t .ii I %  %  the trofllc in young girl : .i-'ed from 13 to ;; To tilim'-ite Mje nai evil he was exposing. St elf purcfay a for a technical of the law But the moral reformer had II* la. rl. E linn.sou himself a moral struggle to wage. as remurk„'le cxlruets from his diary reveei; "I have griewd my wife deeply thai rear by a flirtation with a Scotch lassie. It waa a pa*aing folly. I kissed her u good deal more than was wise or iigli'." "With regard to Mini'. Novikofl" (a Russian patriot living m England) "I no longer love her with that sinful passion the memory of which covers mo with loathing remorse and humiliation Fv* n in tho heighl of ihe flr.t SKI '<'naal I never wavOiodIn preferring Emma" ibis wife) . "But m>head is for* bad and ii is lime to go to chapel." Most curious of jll the extracts from Stead's ptiv.ito journal i* one which Robertson Scoll has printed with some misRivincs. In it Stead describe/' his decision to have a sixth child: "SbaOS -\v oocw ceived." it gpes on. "I have read to her Ibsen's plays, Tolstoy. Faiths of Ihe World snd part of Gogol. I shall read OoMhe. Sh ikespeare. etc. SheIs stUI varioii' m bjai moods Stead emerffes as an earnest. breast-beatini'. ItUL yawning, sometime-. stretching himself Maugham (as his volume of late essays reveals) Is still capable of a swift stroke with Ihe law* UBRARV LIST • BOY AND MAN By i .,. rrnee H an so n Peter Oavle*12s. Sd.: 214 pages The second volume of an autobigrsphy which, the writer says was 'spoken" to him by Voices which reconstructed in his mind the events of his own childhood. In other respects Ihe autobiography is not v different from others of its kind, • THE n \i-h SAVIOI'R. B> % %  ea rn iliiMai, t hatia wmduISa. Sd.: S pages. A novel wtttl quality and edge Story of Hercules Smith, a negro leader wh preaches a kind of mystical revolution in a Caribbean colon* and is ruined bv a single photograph. • THE BIG KILL. By Mickey SpilUae. Arthur Barker: •*. Sd.. I!*? paces. Bad guys and beautiful doilB. plenty of gun-play and Mike Hammer in it up to the neck Fi-st American edition % %  Ik— 2.500.000 copies S HEAVEN HAH CLAWS B* frUa Oanan Beyle. Marrsy: I**.: MS peaea. Sir Arthur COOS*! Doyle's son and his pretty wife SO sfaSf strange flsh in d reefs of the Indian Ocean. Sa DWELLV L\NE By F. V Marie* Eyre and HpoitUwaode Us. Sd.: 2SS paces. A teasing elaborated with unfaltering invention; told w,:h humour and erudition. Kirh entertainment. (Worjd Copyright Reserved) PRESIDENTS PROBLEMS By HENRY LOWKIr: WASHINGTON IT WILL not be long before Gen. Eisen hower announces whether he will allay foreign fears of a cut in the American aid which poured out under President Trumsn's Democratic administration. His cards go on the table in January for all the world lo see. Just before he quits in January, Truman presents to the new Congress his linal budget for the year 1954. It was, unofficially. estimated to call for an expenditure of| 85.000.000,000 dollars, (£30.357.000.000) or 6.0OO.00O.0O0 dollars (£2.143.000.000) more than Congress voted this year. The new Congress is even mure economy minded and many Republican Senators and Representatives pledged during the election campaign that the limit would be 70.000.000,000 dollars (£25.000,000,000) next year and dropping to 60,000,000,000 dollars (£21,429,000,428) by 1956. Included in Ihe new estimates is some 8.000,000,000 dollars (£2.857,000,000) fa foreign aid. It is up to Eisenhower when he takes ovei as president to make any changes he likes in the budget before it goes to Congress. And the question is where is he going t start chopping? Complicating the issue is a tentative plan |0 transfer much of the European aid to Asia to meet the still developing threat of Com niunism. • • The foreign aid planners, for instance. contemplate bringing Pakistan into the defence system of the free world because ol its strategic location and its 80.000.000 popu lation. It is pointed out that Pakistan is only 90 minutes flying time from several of Russia's industrial centres and many Americans feei it would be a wise investment to build up a Pakistani army and construct American air fields there. The new president's problem is made even more difficult by the tenuous control which the Republicans wield in Congress and by the fact that a coalition of Republicans and Southern Democrats this year cut foreign aid from almost 8,000000,000 dollars (£2,857,000,000) to just over 6.000,000,000 dollars (£2,143,000,000). Will they line up against the new chief and shatter his plans for building up the free world's defences? Some services must suffer if the Republican promise of reduced spending has to be kept. So il is wondered whether the econo mies will be made in the foreign programme the armed services, or in the domestic field. To add to the problem, about 8,500.000,000 dollars (£3.036.000.000) worth of taxes arc to be found during the fiscal year 1954 frorr such items as excess prolits tax on corpora tion earnings, a 1951-approved increase ir income taxes, and excise taxes on liquor cars and cigarettes. If these are allowed U die, new sources of revenue have to bt found unless the axe falls heavily, Jusi where it falls is keeping Americans and tht world in suspense. —L.E.S. COUNTING UP THE MONEY By NEWELL ROGERS NEW YORK. IN TERMS of money in the bank and ir people's pockets. President Eisenhower going to govern a new kind of America. After studying income trends, economic experts disclose tonight that America is be coming a nation of one class—a middle class Of course, this did not just happen oi election day. The economists went back l< 1900 to see what is going on in terms of in come to the rich, the poor, and the in-betweens. ^ THEIR FINDINGS: Total income L| being divided more evenly than ever before The richest tenth of the population is get ting a smaller share—about 15 per cent. les> tfatn in 1929. And the poorest tenth ha.doubled its share. Millionaires are not going to vanish ncx' year. Nor will relief rolls. But the trends do show that a bloodless democratic revolution is going on almost unnoticed. The old saying—the rich get richer anc the poor get children—has to be changed foi the Eisenhower era. The rich are getting poorer and the child ren of the poor richer. Average wage foi factory workers is £24. 17s. 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FRIDAY \(i\i MBI B BAKBAOOS Al)\ OCATE I'M.I IIW Salesman Jailed: Building Breaking And Larceny M;W SIATIOV WAI.U.V Committed Unnatural Offence Hii i.'.rdahip the Act Justice air. J. W. . Chencry ;it the Court of Grand S,i DeiuiJ fbi ,md Ethan Bnthwaite (IS) of aj pleaded r'atural OfllMKI OH S.pUrnl-1 *fi B.ith defendant sented bv Mr (; & Mr. W W Reece. Q.C General, appeared for the Crowi Mr Nile, ked the Court for a medical report about the two defendant* before pricing sentence. Mialao said 111 land the aflMHWi were placed on probation and nii'othlnc wai dne for Ibem HM ol ; Imprisonment was not looked upon M'I imi-U. Mr. R'eee MM th-t the youth i] uni inu'i be Kgainst (lends. Hi postponing sentence but the court must take a firm %  ttttudl prisoners who commit the ofTence. During the time which these offenders are on probation they would continue i xtend tin in H %  fed %  lime. An Astlze jurv at the Court of Grand S day; deliberated fur 20 muu&Ui *n -i :>o and September l and stealing arl % %  nftro tiia Lordahip the Actta Chief Justice Mr. J w B Cheneiy Meitenced him W three wears pen*! %  arvt tU aia w Reea w I I helped jet Bmai Led for the Crowe, from J eaf* I a slau''1 II I A p| %  .. %  .. ship told Kot.l. t llf „t the sa/,. Th, pl %  I apparently was bent on were taken bv l> . I i .: bad life and the oflenee (.r.iham < >) Hra'hwaiu'"ic-d. Crw Mr r%rn carri:.u.n 1 r |l PoljO .'lied Cranam handed him by the LjTOCk C situated at finger pi • I K.-rde fl the huilding on August H* <"mpared the fbv 'Hi September 1 found which were tehee fly had bean v lh ,l: *' ""^" pcinut whJ .. ; ,n taken from the hand Moor. BceUiad and both wen Among the items missing wenForde told the Ju %  i beet and soap, not saying that the bujldj ArUclai betoaataf to the Advocate ""' i •..Liunur Aii-tin brtak mtO the building. Most or also missii: rhe Police the witne.-ses had told lies against St. Andrew INot St. Georjr*' The Oener.il Board Of Health on Wednesday approved the ihvi-iou and sale of 193 acres, a roods. 80 perchei of land In lot. at Walkers Plantation. St Andrew and not St Qeorgs. It waa Inadvertently stated yesterday that It was Bt Oeorge. : |innts from his safe. Cl ffawe Iliiik**n said on August 30 he closed the building ... but on !. when ha I the building he noticen I i Into He checked mc articles belonging to Gardiner Austin and fount that oases of corned beef and tocth paste were mlMUtf ROB %  him The Police went to hli .i found nothing "I am Innocent of tli. I Forde told-the JUT3 Five Y*ur Plan AJMI Jeweller) Ho-piti! went into nervier Seats are colUpsibla for ttH Cards MlaalaMj Wanderer III And Viking Going To St. Lucia "Wanderer HI" and Viking, the two yachts that crossed the Atlantic to Barbados on the first part of their round-d voyage, sail this week for St. Ussta "Wanderer III", with Mr. and Mn. Hiscock on board. l. Lucia todav while "VikiniT. with crew Mr. and Mrs Holn tocaorrow for the tion From St. Luci.i. "Wandf St HI' will go as far as Antigua beforo goinj tt.niugh the IV.ti.nn C.m.'.l towards AuatiiliAfter "Viking* hi i SI I. ii. i l> WUI ht-ad for the Panama i MiItolmHahl told the Advocate yeotarday thai th have liked to go as far but crulu P .idequato chert 0 ii oyage bach % %  %  top In %  •' Barbedea, i-ock. t n is lo %  way bach ti Kngl.ind at the er.d woild cruise i %  if I dp not return U I on this trip. It froni today. Both OH H md Klei %  much ""'i were sorry they could not have %  pent a longer period here. During the debate on Government's Five Year Plan of Development and Taxatiip. some members <>f the House of Assembly suggestTho-ma* Ban Held, clerk of the ed that Government could have Co. Mil. sjid he went g*m*d more revenue by Increasto the bond in James A. Lynch'* n B lh import duty on |e building at McGregor Street on In •" interview with an eWuuci'SO, On September 1 he "porter yesteraay, jeweners id returned to the iiond and noticed ,n 1 an y Increase on the impon thai the locks were tampered duty would lessen revenue that U Qn luck was broken off might be gained from this sourer of paper were in front "If import duty is increased, a of I he door Jeweller said. '\vr would aulumatlPlaylng cards and twine were cally import lesj. )ewelleryf<.r our .ill over the Boor. Playing cards lo would drop immediately. nwr.Pd by the AdvocateCo. Ltd. Therefore, though Government Sl i p would be gelling more on the variM (Uir Moor, said that the 0UB "• %  lno f** x "*" Wftff b Co., has a slockroom in l"w<-llery would be such that Gov \ Lynch'! buUdlng at ernmen-would still make less than A KEW STATION WAGON fo. ;! M,„t ve>lerday. It can carry -even passenger* stretcher c*rMr. IJnle FeaBr, Msnagai of the Conrte-y Oarage handi switch-key to Dr. R. M. Lloyd Still. Mr-dt.al nperliiledent, Ment.l Hospital A similar van for the Oeneral Ho-pltal waa also delivered ye*tet day. It Is a replacement for tl.c trannportatlon of patients Man Gets 18 Months For Fraudulent Conversion 2 Piles Sunk For New Bank Huilding -eight piles have >een drtvan into the grow if the new Barclays Bank building*. One hundred and I will Ithe spot whan i ,: %  now >enig demolished. Yesterday. Mr. George < 0$ me work. v>.inuking his 1,1st pa*1 "f 0M >' tlh piles. Each pile muat support uph l> 45 tons. teat Mr, Caul%  eld h..s bofH fOnr-fool cubs %  ie hi.sk ..11 tea >i the pile %  .md a h.ilf ton> The Df the weight will !• mads hanaal HRK'KS ON WHARF v. r wharf was uttered %  %  tdad froea the Harrison Kavfarer, the imly vessel Bay. I Ha>farer atnvvd in port on Fueaday and atnee lhal ng -in. 11. .1 I .!!_>. WABI TO SI IIOONKR Workmen warn iinullrina aad lnunj the Schoonei I'IIIIIH 1I.1 IIIMIII I •.'citing the Davids si ship-shape .His rot BrrUah Onhnu %  OHJUM FOR ST l.l'CIA OaatMaal 10, is .it Inading cai p I Lucm. She expects to Baliinlai PPH told the Advocate that he is planning lo make a trip to one of the lala %  ad bW K lo I1..1 IMIIIII eve) \ui I-iti'r he h .1 l.> UIP The St. Uiey Vestry yc#tcrda\ decided that the members of 1 km Clauna Com11 RtOa i>n again constitute this year's Pen sounlttoa This decbion was mad Investigation Departth* Vestryeorwid. >., : I the Courl lh "" ,llt Colonial S, ,. „., mg whether thoy thought the September 1 about 11.45 a.m. The Vestry member 00 this „,mvei to thu nutlee should ixchanged or Who -;.ni it a rhathar the member was Willing Police Constable Asht: 11 Marshall U> serve another year. The mer.iol the Plngei Prlnl Bureau went IHT inMessrs. c M Ym %  nt buildinit icpresentiri. and G, C, Sept Ward and w L On Polieo Afake Arresl Throu^li^WSvstem Two rap %  lead over Pollea B] lam i I Wedn cne earl> :')irit The %  .vhen ,1 woman report %  Brlttcns Hill. The l'i IkM C t % % % %  ualmdaa later and ,.i ut. | %  m Us. The with the %  $2.42. Tl.o .... Bull children were bi Flint Hall about 32i p.m. When the Pclice arrived four minutes later, the children had dispersed. About L50 -. \ OriSth MI H.ch u k Btreet reported that she saw a thief in her house. The Poltci live minutes ialer, but tound no cne. S3S was reported stolen. V'li'iM ChairiiiuiK Of Coiiunirtsiou During Uie at %  n colony of Sir John Saint. C M CJ Chairman of the Public B> I'otnmiwmt, Mr. A. E.-Dougi..*Inf. He is the owner of th Smith, MA, has been appoint-d Fora. (an international 30 to act us Chail :i of Antotnrtf, lipgkHl t m week-ender. He was C Sir John krfl the buand >H '.i"nal Yacht Cli thb we. 1 %  %  "f Dublin, from 1946—1950. the Regional lYQliomc Con ..,.. (lll ca. -o.i a --.nymg Mr. OU Conditions In England Gradually Improving CondHlqpa in England were gradually improving and ',e narrowing of the trade gap erg* vary I'tnuuruging. But real progress was difficult s„ long as the U.S.A. peralated In its huh tarlfl policy said Mr. J. J. O'Leary. Chairman of nfellil %  I'M (London) Ltd.. and of Cahill&C 1': inters of Dublin. Ireland. Uiuiw Newton, in .Kriculliii.il labourer of St. Philip, said on ) ana gave tbi %  Philip i icra Before she handed the mo' j man lo %  %  ; be would give her the receipt the next Baa Tin i" ..• %  I he COUld 1 HJJ the 'mn. %  newspaper and %  %  %  land. T 1 ruling, (.ol SuspicionOn Juh "i be got =i %  •• the accu 1 %  ited the matter ui the Police. Cross examined b) ttn I that he went t'i bai place for the money. -1 . rd him $60" hi 1 Alwyn smart c.t. taki-i of the I'nlire (nsUble Sparr.. I t iund $2H un inn :l Clull tick iht hi had time to l I % %  %  %  %  Maid Jim' I 'MIIII the' %  %  '.. 1 Hi June 1 in. HI banded but 1 %  The OovernRMnl launch, star. %  <1 She is docked on Ihe wharf, op poaite the Governmenl crane. Yesterday workmen were working DO the stein of Stardust Mill iftgn M>K TKtNHIAI* SS AUielbrook. which sailed I into the Careenage 00 W< 1 veiling fri>m Trinidail, to. ..board lld.000 gallons of mola> 1 ho same evening and later -.!< fur Trinidad. She Is coiiMgend lo |ga Jason Jones ft ('", Ltd that day a .. nded ovei % %  .. Opt lliniiiof 1 1.. the St Phllip'g '" Louiai \' the Ahnahouaa he mom v from Ihi Mawt \eriis.'ll If re l-l iio im • %  that the accused !i..d $2H and some Itaibadoa Turf Uckd hU packets Th 1 next day Ihe accused made a WhlCfa was taken down I ,III<| signed i'v POUM Janic-. Harewoad of Uttig Bay. the ."uaod told Inm that Louise Newton hud given him $fiO0 to buy Mime land [01 bar. I ba .11 .used said that he was not K<>mg to bu| the lend but was going to put the money on Ihg Hank %  uaed lold him nil Ihis nl. they were In the S' Philips AlnishoiiMThe at | 1 handed him %  Bank iio-.k win. h he gave to 1 Uojrd Jonee aome 1 .ter. stage the |> .1 %  %  t> Id Hi-' JUT* lhat he was a patient al the Aliii'hou.e (or some time. When he was out of the Ah'i u > %  he aaw Newton but she IVe him $000. lie l^ndship then summed up t.i UM Jury who nmmi' %  .1 V0I di.i of guilty of fraudulent con%  lliMna niaga LOUIS 1.. 11 \ V l.f.Y BolUn Lin. §M$WE CBMML TODAYS B* SPECIM-2 NUT CREAMS KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS PHOI.NIX and CITY PHARMACIES Mr. O'Leory arrived hen m the week to li.W 1 A. from Trinload or. .1 brief visit to Karbados and is a gtieat nt the Marine Hotel "Th* great Btetea," tinued Mi : ilu not expect to export to the sterling areas everything fior /or blades loi 1 ana a; UM same nine %  nakc it difficult foe steiling area to Mil then goods Ul UlC ISA. It was only by selling goods to the US.A lhat the sterling area would cam dollars t.. buy U.S.A. goods and dollar grants were a poor substitute tor reciprocal tradViews in l' :: i was going :<> New Yoik arly In D of Ai can Industry, to which he has been Invited >>. thi National Association of Manufacturers and would again air his views 4here. Mr 0*Laery*e home Is In Dub; Itn. Ireland He is primlnenl in Irish Industry and a dircclor of I |US (Irish Air Lines) in which the Irish and l" K. Government, are th. chief shareholders He hopes to play some golf while in Barbados and also get tome aallW • I M F. A. M Accompanying Mr K. Mi %  M %  v.i;. also been appointed to I J (i %  mous publishers. % %  K .m.sfncnd.hips •T" %  amongst headmasters and V ACTING vThXI \k 01 FICEB Miss If. 1 abeence on leave of MJ Vaugnai %  Teacher. .... Welfare I %  of students Studying the text >>ooks that > ryen in every household for y generations. 1 l \\l IMIMH Mr K %  '•' %  brar an leave wit mh -.: I'xti mi nation R i'suits PASS LIST l MVI.RslTV OF LONDON ISM ItMl IIIATi: KXAMINA I MIS IS XII %  lS2. Clyde Benjamin. IN. Samuel Christopher. %  WARD. Eric MocDonald. Make HARRISONS Your Headquarters for Hardware!! Catoy'a 4 HanMll Crarker with Mlniatuie Toy^. NovlliM and Charm* from 84c to SS.59 POT Bor Xma Slocking. H.Z7. 56.65. $11.27 and S22.5S CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II 12. 13 Br-.a^l Street DUB STOCKS include — I I TI.KKY in 3 (innl.s WISE IHSII COVERS TOTATO KK'hllS KITCHEN KNIVES FMKKS ina SPOONS CORKSCREWS mid CAN OraNBBS FISH KKTTl.l s VACI'I'M FLASKS ICINO KVKIM1KS ....i TUBBfl WIKF STRAINERS I LOUR SIFTERS \V(Hin SPOONS ICE CREAM FREEZERS I.IMF. StJI KK/IKS I'llTATO CIIII'PKRS '(IVF.RKI) ROASTERS BRI M> .in.I I \M TINS ANISTER SITS MEASURING SPOONS PASTRY ROLLERS TIN GRATERS — \l*i — A Hi, A^Mirtnirnl nl DflOhMttC llililifs in llGLASS. ENAMELLED. TINll II and ALUMINIUM WARE II Diiiililirss Vim uill Tt'qilirr MMM 11. |il....ill. Ml•nd Ail.lilii.n. Int li.ilh I ,1.1.. mid Kilrhrll This is uli.r,. Wt ran lirl|i lor .. hima i iil.i. ruga ..I all III.Ki'i|iii-i:i' Ill-Hi.. Trv US Mr.I lor nil Y.uir Iti'illliri-inrnls HARRISON'S Hardware Si \\42 & 2364



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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, ISi CLASSIFIED ADS.! nBVU SALWS T,TO AND WIFE TO THE OPERA DIED IOBBAX Vanetr Store Thr %  M rtBstRwa i.... i %  *•] f.:t room and I MH l"-glr Hall %  | tMVM DM Hall THANKS COB— II %  tnnao hi P M Inrlr .MTipath. Ii FOR MIM HOUSES i i M *.m*i.ii Ml brdruoni Our Api to M. C Field Dial UH il il M < FARAWAY PuIJ) un.i.n 1 oe. 100m houw 81 llili^ i-a.t. I.ihi.i lUpv Carport. II 1 I -i %  ill* I ""iHhrt *-•, %  . .rtam. .-.,,. %  H n.ng rha.gr IN ADVANCF. KOOIIVII v al Boad. ludmg Irigidal". ptit>nr ard RrdifT-nkiri I'hona m WANTED I OH SALE Pleat****. SI Jamci Al'TOMOTTVB •MO M tan. It NWh Nreiaal e d>-ii-. %  >;> nignt. CnarM* Smith HUH-* It H P Outboard Motor..-xl in Al conditidn Ap*l> rte. Kr*. Caallr PHa l-bo.,.JO-IS* II llll ELECTRICAL K YOUB OWN PHOORAMMK* PVt It. II M •> LIVESTOCK s ft<; onrr. I .1 %  -.. I t, BVitton'i REAL ESI ATE BHI>AI r. Mutts %  a i n MiMdini on n.en rfeet of land •-ofiUUM 1 tpm gallrrH**. imi diouig and b<*aklat rooena, 4 bedroom* oath • uh i mining water it4-na-,ell* lolkrt and bath twirl. It**' >d ga. O.r-ir t *e.v.nl* room* with lolUt ami bain in *ard. alar. Or.l-.id lipntinn evai > %  * Drl-ffn (hr twnirTrl* iku-r property will be *rt up lu> Mr at Public ron-prlH!•••> at Our i.ltkr I Luca. Sinrn on Friday ihr JBUi November al 1 pjn rAI.niNi.TON A SCALY, %  MALL l-lli on-ll ptuprtl) at Field* Oop Hank Hal! with water and ll|ht One 'li atnall proprrt. al Falrflri. H.-d. Black Mil .1 romlata of >. ui an acra of land and double roolrd ho .DAKY A SCOTT. Auctioneer Middle Stree-t W .1 %  I M More* Dwelling)*" I* i the nprn land a I'M! HAIJ BoAD n.ding on U,a".i aaju-ie %  MECHANICAL I AMrfA K.-I.fc 1^. lllrri UOii lot quick Appl% RraltorLlrf '"nr It II I Ilk -.,. fa<4 of land. -.ii*l public KBM and eonvanwrr. BMttttttP. % %  • "^ Oovrrnm-ail WM aamlaaa Inatallrd Oaiafr tr m >ald InaparlMm on appMration to air lludb>M.n rrrxt door T"* Proprrtj mu M l "P fo %  p,iblic cdonpotlliam at our arB*JMIH Stro-rl. BrMrto*n on Itiuttda nth Hovrmhar I V" 1 YKARWOOD A hOYCX It 11 -o M18C ELLA N SOUS Piatola. 8*in. Kin.. Jau BawlDoll* I-K Rar.|in| frc-'i M crnf up 0 HLTCHINSOM CO, LTD Di.l pttl M.II M dai HELP MISCELLANEOI'S HAITf II %  TON inRFiY In nailt and prk-r to to m*T ....! londltlon Full H... Q H Adrorata II II St Tn pmummu. ,rr n• %  lrb^ aramti agatnat %  • Ml'PTll ... MALI %  •' *< Ot iv|l analbl> for br. or any%  .ulrarllna •"> ilr'i' %  drliul II.MH'|vv ^1 Mlrhaol. %  In ,air lii-rliv i I i.ngCTdd" " "' %  tMA AHM1 I do I %  ...I m>—II ir ,.. : i %  %  Ur rontraHM an> J< bi M namo unlaw b> a wtlttrn „nln *lfnrd r 'Wfrr 0T CLAW IXACOCK BOAT 11 7' t" Boat NAHLLS Mi.ru* Marina Erginr Brduttlor Of*' ri-Jll and rn|lna In Sral a law oid>r Raady for launching, too li> load on kaal Will aall w whole or rn-lna h.ill nnd trad i-paialaly loan at Yacht ClutPhona Dm Maaaiah oi Akisnar II 11 tt~n %  %  Schuti-Kawal ki .• • Urand l-aihrr .-•. or |l Apsl: Rralton 1! Horbuck Sti m. or ption, tjtf It 11 w— f.n COQrWi •uraa quick daaUl to FUaa. .^ Cwkiooch ObUlnabla from all Ta#dlnd Sloro* In two oUaa IS or t) M, t oi till. BUJ IIMU — I rd I-vatnr> II. tin al all I II 91 II huahal I M Li %  UBBOIIBI now u, tha Dnllr T.i. ( r > Krufland'i Iradini Dailr rfawrpapri noa arrivtnt In Barbadoa br Air mlr a ( %  Jar* aftar publlratlon In lnodun. Contac Ian Oala e/o AdtocaU Co, Ltd Lara lUUra Tal. till. TAPEl', r.pr lor r Ott. 'IKS rr •tWuil I % %  • M'OonVlLIKFwniaballa. H-Mdrncr a law r A. C Ba.-'oft Apal. i Mr. Bancroft For Inrprrtlon dtafjl*! AUCTION UNDER THE &ILVER HAMMER On T'laaday IMh by order of Mr* T >' % %  tfca art will aril hat **uinltur< on Flat Whitehall HaiUn< which Incliid*. -l"n Dlntnt Tabla. BMrboard. t. hl chairi. China Cablnal vary %  lorrli Arm Chair* with ptm cuahloi ittolitc Top Coflrr Tablr OJ -wind Coah-Tall Tablaa. FJctrle Fit lamp. Round *" Dro Laa! Table l-dy'. I>k. Bockrrv Waon. Baiblr i hair all in Mah|anv. Claw a'd Oilna PyrK and China Duinar Borvtcc*. H*i*l Chain and Roattara. Flat T-ip Of* I hilllpa Radio. Morn* Yrrandah Chain Slngl* Bddalaada in Mahogany and 11m lb Vono BPrini. Drrp Blr and Fibn Maltrraara. Mlr*d Prw. Draaatruj •/"! i|r.l.idr Tablet all in Mahoony. Cirm I'alniad ProDraaaiivi TahI-< Badr Kefrlgtralor. KiKhr Cabtaal, Wara Plaaa. I.araari Knam TM liblr Nrw Falki I Bu'rtn (HI Bin*' • Burnar Valor Blovc. Kltchm Tablr nd I .„.,... Il.h. b-lmi FWrtric Stov%  oodi Okrflan How and many OUMI mil Irf' modrrn and mrficralt combined t YEAST-PHOS v* yonr key ^ good health. YEAST-PHOS GENERAL TONIC On *I1 Mill" IK-CO Freanr with very hitlp USC and KiMiaiiii-v 4 ft. long x 2 fi 4" 2 rt. huh. OlH AS STOVE Er Rine* <>Vi:V .ifiil C.RIM. completely n*)W. One .mall Bolt with Oar. HMJ Hall. Apph MKNMKNIIAM" Tin* Hill TYRF*. "piuai OBar iH'i. Ttv-> and i-.r TyrV. k I 1*. %>a It :JV, rt| rt>_ %  DM) J Itll.ttV-tf %  moLs \ v %  L 1 V •*•>!. 1 Wl •\, n ln iilhr i|< yv.1iM a ml Cabin*' Utoit I'lu.nr BUS II II V9i I.UJIOR UOENS^NOTiCE i ilii'i of lenot l l>"d>'n-( Sooen lam hakior a LMJUO' I -—..—• No IT* of Iffll (lantri V. Nurar .. irapaci "I %  <' hiiildiim al Sob.r l-ur. SI. MlffjV^l > %  aajd LnW .. iu piamuea. . %  *:lne M Mtcratal l>.t.l thi* ;>lh .va% n* Novrmb'i Hoi T c. R i.w.itmi r^i At Pnln-r Mafi*ltr. Dlat A IUI.M I'll rsiiiltl Appl-.ii T-wn* Ch BRANKEK. T*'VTMAN CO AattMHiaert It II BSV-tt prill. H voni is %  i will br I br hal. M.., -I. LSP*5AUCTION SALE AT I.AI HISTOX" %  'litW spring Canr Batlaa ... rfati Hat Stand. Ii. i ith _lmof Drwmbrr. IMI %  rrvr*/ THI flHGER'FfRE TOUCHES YW/ Cadar CnbinatMa 1. T. Dr. -II Tab**. Kitchen %  n 1 .blc i | ra D .-„ Rlrrp i I iraaa, PHI..*... il clwk V.ilor Here, B--b.ii Baakat -d %  \K. >h MaU, Hu* HHH i.e. Baa %  AUCTIONEERS Jotttk h4. Hitf I • FT A PHO.ST; ttto N Broad sir-ri HiD.W'S NEWS FLASH MODEL EACTORY ENGINES Thai Work By Steam — AT — JOHNSONS STATIONERY mi K HIMFS WILL FtlBAY NOVEMBER 21ST 111 BARBAliO* *Q1 \TU* CLl'B NO III I III 'HIII. Metier -. harata ai\n thai ih* aii %  cloard In Meii-b*" % %  N..'.MiibiT Mnd TO> • I COW and TATTBali .ATUfnAY ttin.prlilii." Itv m.lr' Ihr Comii-i P SPIJ.CEJt. Hrcirlaiv *l II •! UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE RIMOVAL Thi >|.pl ICI v.... % %  |,.or l*. rrrnrct fitpdam. Colonial Contribution To Sterling Area's $ Pool Exaggerated i Slate Robes Are Being Renovated Many of London's leadinx Wtl %  End lalkm and coun d**tRFnka v r'i LUI*UO>. g,^ tutv f^j,, rawiovnttnt; ihe Stme IX) THE official figures published by the British ( robes and mantln of noblemen Treasury oxag^erate the Colonial contribution to the ster ifor iho CbroaaOon of Queen lint; area's dollar pool? EUzabarfh which ii to be heir 1 in Dr. Ida Greaves, an economist who specialises inj Junc next '*••' ColoniaJ attairs, believes they do. Puma which will make tha Hei tiKument. outlined in n rether with %  private capital in' Coronation ceremony one of the recent article m New I'mia n aflow, resulted In an increase of blft*"t pageants of this century wealth, is that ttst official figure-. Colonial sterling balances of I ana under way. Her Majesty the overrate the Colonies' dollar eon£472 million, from £W5 million lubulion because there is a "dot. at the end of 1M8 to £7 inillion lar cost" of Britain's exports t.at tne end of 1S1. them. The Imports of the Colonial territories, this argument H Is tne fact that evenW have Joes on. "constituUi. fai larger failed to conform to the professed rain upon the dollar pool than intentions of policy which aeappears from the official figures founts for the interest now of their purchases for dollar*." focussed on the Colonies' dollar "If the total demands of the ea-ning*. says Arthur Ha/lewood. Colonial territories upon dollai sources were estimated, instead their direct imports." Dr igtieen has already appointed Coronation Commission under the chairmanship of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. The Commission Is representative of the United Kingdom. Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia N^w Zealand, the Union of Esuth Africa. Pakistan and Ceylon. The Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth countries are member* of the Commission. YUOOllAVtA'l FtlMin AUISHAI rrro and his wife maka thelt first public appearance together as they attend a performance of "Aids" Raprti Opera Houst. Photographer! had previously been allowed i* them only when tttaridln* -Lite functvoa. rrstfMrnationai; Creaves said, "It Is doubtfu 1 whether the ne( conlnbutioi they make to the dollar pool would be worth mentioning." This argument has now beer refuted by another ttudetil of Colonial economic affair'-. Arthu Hazlewood, of th< Vwrglty Institute Studies Designs Emerge For Jet Powered Helicopters LONDON. Nov. BltlTAIN is jjoing ahead with the development of jetpowered helicopters. Several years of experimental and L e %  ,.,, f" m . .L i from Britain, it should alsc test vv easily argued that there is a dollar cost of the Colonies' export to Hi italn. where machinery and materials imported from the dollar area have been used in theli production. Similarly, it is arguable that if the Colonies' dollar contribution is to be debited with the dollar cost of their imports Britain, it should also be "If the Colonial territories were obtaining an adequate supply of ,c: i, r -. uTiports, of rppropriate. __ kinds at appropriate prices, to The Commission will be conraise their standard of living and cerned with the numerous and to help their economic develop-,complicated administrative ,,iment, the situation would be'rjngements required for the forthgreatly changed," he writes. "The coming Coronation. The Earl Colonial dollar surplus would > Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, la Oxford Uni"hen be seen a* one tide of n .the supreme ceremonial authoritv. Coloriol mutually beneHciel sterling area' __ trade pattern, and would cease to There is a mounting interest in be seen as an example of Colonial the British Crown Jewels and I'M : ati -L.ES Landslide Victory Was A Surprise The Presidential Electioi in he U.S.A. earlier this month i'hich ended in a victory for the ran candidate Dwight was a surprise ports to the dollar area. Mr. Hazlewood proceeds : "Colonial imports from Britain he tweeo 1947 and 1951 totalled £1,200 million. Four per cent i the estimated dollar content oi Britain's exports) of this figure Rve* £48 million ;.* the approximate dollar cost of thes; mports. The direct Colonial contribution tothe dollar pool aval these five years amounted to the equivalent of £377 mi. lion. If this amount is debited with the £48 million worth of dollars indirectly used by the Colonies, their contribution still .cn^Aisrs ^st^£3f •rid Tribune. Adi'ocdfr yesEven if allowance was made for the dollar cost of Colonial imports from other, non-Colonial. terllng countries it is hard) to lets thai Si Ji the hold Hot of ItW gram. of a boaidad -nd >kUhV" tiwtdrao.f ali-.had. utiiaUO SI Jwira. to tmovr mS* %  i-oardrd and .hlntiad •<• atth ibadronl atlacbad altuatad ..i a, |i j. not, •' %  •. %  %  L. .1 maaalaaa Dated i* Itfl. day of N< %  te.-g H NOMB. t>d MairMrMa nto the forefront of modern air transport 1'itclval. one ot several aircraft companies working on the Jet project, ifl aiming firstly to produce a l.ftlng unit, not a complete helicopter. In effect, this will be a motor-plus-rotor. Designers believe that once the lifting unit Is fully proved, they can then turn to producing any number of containers to fit underneath, built to hold either pas-enger or freight, or Doth. The power plant will comprise a specially designed gas turbine Itted in or near the fuselage, and c P ubl oroducing a high pressure gas to Eist'iib drive the overhead rotor blades. """>> This can be done by piping the !" gas out nlong the blades to the >hc Omaha Wi Una, where it bont* out at high Nebraska told the .peed, causing the blades to rotate. t %^__ | n.riv^.^r, ha. ster n countries it is hardly Spert. say this form of gas.J^''* !" ^ lh .^ %  ? for ?he" P 0 "*^ ,h *• contribution %  jrodunng turbine will be light be n 'iving in tne u.b.A. for the u .,. llLl h. r *i.w.i . i- IK, and rconoir.Ical because of s low i ,st ss years He arrived here fiwl coemption. ove T lh '' w f* k nd ., for hoMay Work on the special poworplanK 'icomponled by his wife and Is and the blades U well ahead. They *"•>-' "' the Marine Hotel. tested Ir, an underground • |J that no one in the -it is difficult to agree with nit. where the blft.lei can be spun s expected such a landslide Dr. Greaves that a sum of thir -ound at high speei safely and ,uru, i the elutctioiu. neverthemagnitude Is not worth mentlon-omp ,;,uvely qutetlv The usual ^ %  th(, > ** J'" 1 "*, in S !" 'm" wnv of testlns hlad-s is in an ,, P** no* that Mr Elsenhower Zi-vnuTciu "' bw '" %  %  d* President. But this argument about dollai "If America has a chance to earnings. Mr Hazlewood conAiiother British company, practise Individual enterprise and tinues deals with only one aspect Fairey. is adopting a different apthe people arc not taxed to the or Colonial trade and payment* proach. Large gas-turbine unit! death, the country will go ahead The conventional view of sterlmi pipe compre.ised air to the tivo very quickly," he said and addarea trade Is of a "triangular* %  i tor blade tips where It is exed, "Our great trouble has been pattern, in which the Colonies peugfl by pressure jets Some Of the wasteful expenditures and dollar surplus Is offset by a sterll.e compressed air is also passe*i extravagance In the GovernIng deficit. It Is, then, at the ColM two ordinary turbo-prop unlta ment." oniol trade as a whole that wc mounti d on the wings. must look, If we are to discern I i | -LWi.nl flight, moat of the "America is extremely prosboth the main problem and the jlr Is fed into the*,, wins-mounted perous. but no one can keep much reasons which have brought th -ii .limbing it goes la ,„„ MV became the Government question Into prominence. •I'%  %  > rheod i taRM n away \ n taxes. Amerti.uiey *a are working on a numrans however believe that this One is ARTIL S HEADLINE (Ua"... And ii Mmmmyi little Homing Mini if rr r*mdy for hit h vc h vci ? •* jegalia which will be used for the Coronation ceremony. Many of the Crown Jewels used in that Coronation of the late King George VI have been displayed in the Tower of London and have attracted and been Inspected by visitors from all over the world. In few places In the rorld is so rich a display of mineral treasure, anfl the arts of the Jeweller and goldsmith so easily accessible to the inspection of the people Mr. Pinero Dies SAN JUAN, Puerto WcO, Nov. 19. Jesus T. i*inero. ilrst native Governor of Puerto Rico died of a heart attack. He was 33. He wa* elected ResJdeTit Commissioner at Washington In 1944 but resigned in September ISll when President Truman in a suryme move appointed him Governor. He retired in 1948. -C.P. would be reduced £330 million. Difficult To Agree i" riei Holelo*i* nil \ IAS! OHSSHIDOl -TBaiJBBMr**' LKen-n. c....n to br held ... „l Orrrinbei. ISM. at II o'clock I INjlk* COirrt DittiKl F II-. S H NUKSR ^We* Magutratr. DIM F Holcto* it ii n isin Hole* Wi.lrl.rs LOUIS L. BAVI.EV Bollon Lin ADVOCATE STATIONERY QBBTSTONK. %  AtTTNOB Juat the IilUi shop in • and Xmat Carda '.W/.V.'.V/rW//AV//r', To Owr | Friends and \ | Customers .. \ S We can still supply the V $ following'— ^ X I Tins 2> .-lb |ln Ham i" $3.82 N Tina Aap Tips ft Tin* Asp. M :; %  and Tips 0 Bet. Cocktail Onion. Tins Hostess Pea-Nut Tins Craw fords Aasl. BiacQlta II and aor favourllr %  ? 3 Jb !>• Rum — | jrB & Co.. Lid. i; 40-sea.. 31.000 Utothar i' lor nth nd 1961. the Colonies had an e x. machine £ !i h^SS 15 SSff^ UI jg u o1 "~ h B,ini0 f T ! at the tall and curs and ttksfl iunm lor three p.ssenger-. . i> bigger heliiopu-iup to two or thrc-' -niics the 'i/-. of this ie those ol the Westl ,nd Comp n\. wh.ch envisage yet anothei %  nt This hot the )e r-ually mounted at th'tip of each blade -L.E.S during these policy ot the British Gov Since leaving Barbados 55 was to help the Colonies to dc\enrt ago. Mr. Doorly worked as velop their economies and to rals civil engineer with the Union thair standards of living at Paclnc P.;iilrnd for about one greater rate than they could b. and a half year., after which he expected to achieve solely from erv with other railroad comtheir own resources. rules doing surveying. Gifts and loans were therefori He entered the newspaper busimade to the Colonies to enable ,t i tiftv years ago and was ntthem to pay for a surplus of Imi the advertising and PrU. But. in fact, they have had i %  ii sections of the Omaha a surplus of exports and this, toPersian Oil For Italy? ROME A Persian oil representatKr Abbas Parchlde. has arrived II Italy to sell Abadan oil. He Is In Turin trying to arranuideal with Flat, Italy's largest cai manufacturers. %  Tttore della Zonca, wh> tgned a contract for 10.000. OIK ons of Persian oil and who Irleti o run the Anglo-Iranian block.i :. with the Rose Mary, Is reported |i e taking part in the negotiation^ As the contract Count dclhi Conca signed in Teheran was n oarter agreement, It is believed I %  s trying to arrange to pay for th. illwith Fiat cars and tractors. The Count is now In Swltserlaiui o tee his partners of the Bubrrberg Oil Company to which he hi promised to re-sell port of the oil t and when he succeeds In cariyng It to Italy.—L.E.8 IV •f •rid Herald which has a cirr.illon of 200.000 and publishc morning and evening edition nly except Sunday when there only one publication. Mr Doorly became publisher %  he in wspaper in 1934 but re.d two years ago when his son-law Mr. Ben Cowdtny took Mr, Eisenhower Con/era With Mr. Duties f> from page In Nebraska he said that there tiution will come here from Washwas an Xfcsarben (Nebraska spelt .ngton to report. tiaekwardsl Festival which has Mr. Dulles was another on the I teen In existence for the past increasing list of Foreign policy MXty-flve years. Every year at and military experts on his enthls festival a King and Queen Ba gement list as Mr, Eisenhowei ie elected by the Governors of went about the double task oi int State and this year, the preparing for the Korean trip ana Queen elected was one of his nc building of his new AdminlsrsniWaughters Miss Gail Young Colonial Research with rr. i rage 3. 6uim Dicej.l L-oncrete lanna? The averag 0jf cocoa over Trfnidad u lot) lb. per acre; the average on th* i>est estates is somewhere between .irtO and 400 lb per acre, these new. high yielding cocoas air Koing to yield over 1,000 lb. an icre. Tho^e scientlgts and research workers in laboratory and Held who are making this possible arc the reel heroes of the twcn.le"*i century. They are the ProW ;ind Drakes, if you like. Mr. Spr.i er. of this new El,7ibethan A< They are uoing out on unchari sens arid are com:ng Da rich priies. benefiting not only o • own Bnd the colonial peoples h •tie whole world. ration. After the meeting Dulles, Mr. Eisenh Mr. Harold Stassen. unsuccessf .nulidate for Republican Pres dential nomination and had .. mncheon conference with Briti: horn p relgn Secretary Anthony Ede '.ir,' "•• attending the U.N. Gencr v ssemblv. Mr. ELsenhower's Press teen y n'.terated that for secuni ieaons there would be no advent i.'tlce of the President-elect'* tmi •if departure for Korea.—U.P. ,J BARBADOS TURF CLUB I % %  MINI OT PBl/rs 6*1. Coi h Prire %  I I'.n BSl C %  PAY. 24th imlst.t In Touch With Barbados (.'' % %  ! .1 Station %  and Serial pv Monday. 1st tv and %  > Roebuck St. gM W 6 6 WWVX'.V, ;-.:;•. tnd from next. Payment will be from noon to S HI pm daily Prlt-. i | %  '>Sk. • %  G 1 nr.dkia Panl.lanlelvrn. I nrnam SSai • %  KtVg. • . Urania n>r. Lart H~i%  rt Targe-wi. \ BViiiMiaii. %  %  ajaoa ciiDp.'%  i I %  r-rrdertc A Fllari. i Aatdrot secretary ,,.. ,, *,hei sionRadio Network For W'wards GRENADA A grant of $139,000 has bee • UXJe from Development and Wei n funds to establish a broad•tirg network in the Wlndw. land-, with a central station -enAda Rased on the findings of p ons technical tests, the Brand '1 cover the cost of the erec on of tne station, studio building "id part of the recurrent cost of orfinlsatloT' over a thr*#> vear peried The oVa Kilowatt station to be I built In Grenada will be one afl .he most powerful in the Weft I Indies. A B.BC engineer wfll| mstal the equipment and operate! %  for the first M but d is hoped to recruit technf-1 .al and programme staff m th**| area —hVTJ.p. SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. SMI.IXG IK.IM I I ll'll I BOettOOe IIM November IW57 K1..ZAUKTII UoRNHOFTTS III. Mo*rmher. 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WHAT'S ON TODAY For OK aw Ui-t lacks MMIU.K OaBut U nm*. Hut o4 >, TIB UM ruUir* in 1M • -TIILII And UM tt~H tri t can §3 %  %  Mr. Truman Has Tight Budget For Congress /^M/,/,/,V/„,C ity;//;— .=-T—— s.. •!-ways submittcti tij-ht „i, i budgets lit>< i)t in %  %  flnti %  tied ITO.OOOAMMKH dollai compel* with s llfl.OOO.OOO.OOii nuilay (or the cut I Senator Tail al-. a twJpubla \ %  1 I .'Hi Thru %  I Very Happ>" (•resident Truman .aid hv n "very happy" that Mr. Hft expressed approval of tin Ad. ton's stand against furciK >rea. int.. Sept Scientific Mission For Russia By HAROLD (.CARD LONDON. Nov. 20. A Conuiuinlsl Chinese scientifh delegation it going k> Russia, t discuss the atomic energy programme whim Li Su Kuang, Vice1'icsident of the Chinese Academy of Sciences caid last month would be Marled m CUM with So vie i help. This wa#s announced at a plenary f*>.in of the Academy during the last week of October and reports have only j U s: reached London. The announcement said the delegation would be sent to Moscow "to study advance scientific cooperation." Earlier m October. Li Su Kuans loll the Academy "preparations to ludy nuclear physics'* had pleled. These report* have attracted scant official attention here bt%  .-• %  little credence i ajeesd en the suggesti...!,,,. Kussia If di. Dulles tyk %  K Nov. 2v f*r< •;.'. -fV Ml, •> 1 paring lor his luith,miiinic trip to Korea conferred today with Mr. John Fostur Dulles one of the top Republican experts on Far atastern polio Mr. Dulles, architect of the Japanese peace ticaty concluded with the OS. • %  IWI has been mentioned prominently us the next Secretary of State. Mr. Dulles' visit comes in the wake of the meeting yesterday between Mi. Eisenhower and Senator Alexander Wiley member of th* IS delegation to the U.N. who is slated to become Chairman of the Sen.ite Foreign Relations Commit* tee In the next Congress. Alter their meeting Mr. WUey said that Mi. Eisenhower assured him he wan completely behind the pr.ii iples Of the U.N. and was in full agreement with the current US. policy opposing foivibUnpa trial ion of communist prisoners in Korea. The repa'.i mtion issue .was responsible for the deadlock of truce negotiations batWMU U.N. and. Communist officials In Korea. It was believed that Mr. Duller and Mr. Eisenhower discussed not only Korea but touched on other world troublf spots nuluding Iran on which the I*res i dent -elect was briefed during thr White House conference with Mr. Truman and his Cabinet Tuesday. Mr. Eisenhower will get another top secret briefing on military and diplomatic .iff air* tomorrow— possibly h. la t b) ton leaving for Korea. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge Junior Mr. Eisenhower's Liaison man with the atgoing Aimiinisuation was one of the ia*>. matters discussed In TuctdfH Unite %  v %  it A^e •* %  %  I He said one ASJI i Ms' on %  i i .one o* tua is to let me world know that thi couaitr\ ha* unified "i ill try to meet i i befo Uw P\ Not Past) Hi • I Mr. Truman n(d h, Unue lo Democraii. that Governs. Ad would be the Party heed. He added it's too soot pa the u fn 'hr Renuhl said he v.,1 that question In %  %  HM PP. % % % % %  %  lad i %  plans until January II after he tUnal OVaT the White I He said that he will have neitlier an apartment nor an oflcs in Washington.—VJ. Reformatory Bovs Riol VIKNN\ M About, loo reoM load ptflts and broken funuturet las; night fought 2IHI DOUCS to I revolt in %  reformator. which police bcliev.was in-] spired by raoant Aitssrlcu prison riots Nineteen bays %  rers tgdurad| and 50 arrested. Police announced i today that one | badly wounded in big hand and Several other* shghllv injured. —U.P. i Sabres Down 500 MIG Jets SEOUL, Nov. 30. United States ilghtei pilots shot down five M.I.O' svsr Narth Ki*ea today bringing to more than 500 ths* number of Russian made planes destroyed in the 29 months old Korean war. Sabre Ml C. duel, featured a day of stepped-up air activity which included B29 attacks on a huge metal processing plant and troop and supply centre With today's five killAllied pilot) hi • %  for 502 M.I.G.'s deUroyed In the Korean war. Fifth AJrforce HtsMaauaraM said the 49flh an,i MOth VI t;' %  > down within SO seconds t each other. On the ground a deadly hail "I fire from AUstd arttllsn machineguns and rifles ripped into Chinese forces BNtfasatng Sniper. Ridge on the central ii-mt —I' p 123 Persons Arrested CAIRO. Rbv. W, f*>>lice have arrested 123 persons dangerous to JHIMI raids in the pe.-t %  ue Con rnsndai General Ahmed Hasaw. Thev Sad up AUm A stolen property m raidin sibui oan Eeitun Malaria. Hassan's aanotaScSHnStH rai 111 H Mil of General Mohammed Naguib in .. speech I day that he would II,> longer togti .ie i:itut ,, mssngsri Aii official spokesman sfsd NagfOib was only expre-sitiK -i • asm when he threatened to %  < ign the Premiership m sfsMth. He said Oen. Nagnb iI of hiinissi'., toward his %  nd was only deriding T rmer Governmani i.n i I id Bflered Kgypt ..thing but .oristlon aod ruin —I'.F. Russia Accuses U.S. Of j "Hydrogen Blackmail" MOSCOW, Nov 20 Pra\4a. nffinal ni-wsfMip.'r of the Soviet Communist: Part) accuaed U.&. inilitu %  ,i,iers of inspirlnR what li' called a campaign of V^ftfogrn blackmail" II was the Aral relcrer.-. ,. the hvdrogen bomb made in the Soviet PreM since the Washinjiton announ.. early this week of successful U.S. tests. Fnr*t that dcm.in,1. !.., i: L-nsifralinn of the warl.r,. bj_ T T "£ UJ\. Ask About %  nugon. It said i mr ti a 'hoae hn imp ire ,urh report\ ITlilt I*'li'S'Sal^ all *flj bs -VllasttO 1 ill CCla -fid than atomic blackr^ T\• bosnb came "* rioOIl"rh ti a brif paragraph of a ofielUTUl rrvten of the Korean wai PAWMUNJOM. Nov 20 entitled "AggWiin laiunching The United Nation asked Com\ riiithinil nunlsta to undertake detivi Armms oiiwi Uimgs the newsU'hnstmas parkages f,„ \i paper said: "as from a horn M rlsstsksri held by Keda. li w IVI'MNIIIMVI III O. KS plentj from the page* of the I'irvN flow sfattb is.tpired Pentagon demands that a ... w onslaught be organised in K. i. ,t. ,t M.utchuna %  %  txunbed. hckade of China be ini'uslrted and tho atom bomb be Chsncterlstlc racket started In tii. American Prea in this cont..--tio n In the p.. hmerit of iii-Hii military arsenal w.th a certain new bom Is-—'superbomb* apparently by that Is meant the so-called hydrogen bomb.'' a bo Lnsfans such rrporta think hydrogen' blackmail will .' ssors successful than atomic b H kii.-nl If VS. Plane Set^ New Record rHIHMAL, California. Nov. ao. I A Sabre Jet interceptor plane Mailed r 670.R91 Capt Nash flew the plane at an f only about 100 feet ever the course, part *.f which rosaes Sa.t.. —II.P. thW time the U.N. has asked Heds to accept parcel^ for Allied prisoners. Snly to exchange mail Todays request was made in $ letter from Lieut. General W1IU..111 K. Harrison iha-f U N. truce delCK.it.-. to N.irtli Nam IL The letter was given to the Communists at a brief Liaimsi •fmclalu meeting. Ucut. (^n Harrison first proposed tliv parcel -x%  hanse plan August S. Shmtly f.fler that time Reds said th< had taken the project under -tudy." When nothing huppcn<-d Harrison proposed ( %  4 in on October 8. Th.II.Inever answered the •eeond letter The Ueut. Gen. said "it is in< m> i hrable you should eontlnue to! 'i-Tiv prisoners of both sides the i' ..11,1 ha mlesa benefits of Ifexchange of parcels which f .•10po.se."—t'.P. Till. TWO US Hou-uu •spertu as Mr Donald ll.i (c>ntiel rxatnn Iki HotnUits Bosrd. Hr T 0 Laslik 1l.1t 10 th. Uarllibe iin-miiriit.il limldiii Comrade" Or You're Fired MU.,1 %  %  TIM lllln li rrledly rcii.tly fra I 01 iglnally pie 1 VIENNA. Nov n-.rnly-fm.r KTIH m. nudapesi departmeni storm *"" l(ui,lu ,,lli %  ive forgotten their DTOIH. k a %  vt <>* command. in the HuBtgaruHi Peoiile's [Sttiiotbm Division* .,:. ih,. Hungarian CoTnmufUst e-mprtae T,t0U -tmrtg aj paper EMI reported. Smart shops %  %  w '"> headquarters at Paaelt S.ikl have begun selling lop hat*, walk. Hussian ofheer-. ieinr<>ree1 %  itwooclss and other items "" %  " has baSfi tncrssis d Inn intended for "gentlemen" some half Qesen pet dl ly 3.1 Russians Form Three East German Divisions PAB1S, Nnv ao. InJornMd > %  ..mi RIM la ratljig t.. I.IM. .ii. i .1 %  mrlafl WMtern rtranKih in KUI<|KIMS i.iunr.i iimc KMI iMTinun dlviofii '.'i i>rp man in Comniunisi CnehoslovaMi and ii :l hi. "ateoap ll CM" wanl ..n lay 111 Prague charaeil with treason and eapli Unonn those named as Kl.insky's ikaM in nn allrerd Ime he lirliied to build was Vladimir dementis formei K.iri'un Si-i-retary. QUEEN JN TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD = %  SB. Com%  H.i.in. (.*,nici Deputy UitiUter of I Chief Of Irrtelligen..* ind Vdvru Etajdw Doputi lore.Hii MinisterN. and EvaSfl |y>e: ister of F.srcign UatVls. FfTja, former nonlc Adviser to President Klcment Gottwald and the Five Year Plan. iJi.M-ph Frank. Deputy General and Otto Sling, former Party %  1. RrsV Kaflloi 'kin/ the stand in the %  % %  wison this mornin %  %  %  oflfc Isl ] %  1 newspaper ttudr Prave and Otto Flal. former \> ..i..tsi,doi to nil <• %  %  trial came srltl %  lunrment brOSkdeast by Prague Radio at fj.Ofi . V T — IP %  s War Maiies. Thousands looked on aa the Queen, wearing a black coat ar.i hat, stepped back lo silute at the end of the earWcs*. (/"fernittonol lUa*ophote)_ OUlEN lUZAerTH II ],.-,, moria] during the annual 1 UNESCO Will Mm lir IVfonlf-Vuleo pABia 'O agreed to accept Uruguay' hold threttnf in 1954 Video despite the obje. I it would cost double The vote was 28 in and Ilv e nations absent. With Christmas just over .1 nionftl off. city stores have begun 10 decorate their show windows ..nd to display their Christmas loods. Toys of every description io Hall children of alt ages are on display md during the week, parent-, snd hildren have been inspecting the various showcases making early selections. Some people have begun ttu-tr ''hriUmas shopping already, and in some of the stores, clsnTfca have reported that sales arc gradually ncreasing. They anticipate a more rapid increase during neat week and Ihe first week in DeearnbeT, with sales reaching theii pt-.h luring the we*-k Immediately lei.tmas In addition tu local Bhoppeis. ilv stores are looking forward lo 11 continuation of the trade with visitors from Venesuela who come It.,i 1 • f-.i th. Chri tm -' i.'Ml New Yea r holidays Iran Will Soon Go Communist H IIAKOLI> CtAltll LONDON. Nov. J diplomatic sources sain Turki'h ofllcials believe that Iran will gfl Cmnrnunist sooner than any Othel N'.rth Allantic treaty powers ••xpaet an.l Is pressing for "Mronp and deterniined measures" to meet the possible spread of Soviet influence th< 1 %  The. ^aid the TurKmti view arfj *tn>nglput %  the nritiah Oofa ornmen: laal Turkish Prim. MlnistSI and For. Ign lUUata. visited !>"• %  I linti.h BU I said fr have "frankly ruseed" SflUl Foreign Secretary AotltSSn f l Baa Minister Ix.rd Alexander the weaknesi of TuTstojr*! %  %  .'ported to !i Ai'llng to assist in any ml '"ommun1 that Britain hs< .%  gainst any action in II %  %  IT flr*t Pansenger Highl Over Pole '"I" /us Course They are Mr O Weeki-s and ill 1 M Hlackiiniri of the Social Welfare Office, and Mr. B Bourne and Miu Jean Clarke Of lie Pr-ibailon Offl*i' I it Water*! 1 11 iml "i an.l %  II, oil B %  %  1 Schooner Burnt Atoms For Peace WASHTN'.J' P re s ident Truman predicted Wednesday nigi .' atomic energy would be tumeo to "peaceful r grnersmade the pre. :>rtun from the •leech he rUafe Oulana Barbados u booner run suffered a great ram tew weeks ago when the pen .unooiier Teas-siliy A. H. Van• iaytraaa owned by Captain Basil hu bjM fire and was comrec< destroyed in Trinidad. Capiau. ll is understood that at the time h-.^. .„ ." Captain StoU's wle %  2*J hr mi>,0r WMfc ratal other persons wero "••*• Al 'be tin rd the vessel, but no one' cbl, m tn# v '''" % %  '* Injured. |of another Cap! Kali th* 4nHlu>iiT..n !'.. % %  Vf he, aerner, A few %  3 he n early K.W.V. ( IIKISTM \s linii'. iinrl phrrr Ih.' ilirrrful , .1. "I flraa.l—1 and (IM.,,1 \\,.h H mid inrrrv luasls inu.limerrier with | s|i:nllit Kll^ of K.H'.V. \„ li,nr rilhrr. to lei >our K.W.V. ue. .hack while ran .nr lisl fur:— • I't.llll TASV.W • 1. MIIIOS \ Mil III! • 'ii >IMI its< mil 1. \. a rtrfkSaSrl* .1^ Or \ I .-.. rr t .?• uaslatai -ri.4



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PACi nvo IIARBAIMK AIUOCA.I IRIDW MiV I'MRtR 81. l5* Qahib QaUinq J tigua nils ^ed patand 1—* %  %  %  %  %  V in mcciB U Ian, Mr. rial mat" %  %  I % %  !! I wkai of Ihc Br:l* Mr Tull met Mr. had m % %  : %  iheed ol Unr*. \rlin K CJ. H IS HpNOUK Mr Jostic* %  .ling the nb*crMR JOHN TULL Si PkOHckt lair Kuffl.PIIK Hudii. Gramophone Pickilnaailaj for 1 Upwl %  %  n M will pn>.-. a* thi Lea Cn Btal U of % %  W* I Ipen] Mrs. Jean Williams u( A i %  i drill combine thSI. George %  Acting Chief Justin• • •"TMIKHK will he some alln unior Judicial office. On Hi hihi\ prices for Ihcwlni %  Dres* Cotiunie Parade 1 , ,..„,.„, 'ith. when | Fair in aid of ,\ IV IG b n lav) weak by charity w.n ba held. Th. A from Canada was Mr taking part in Ihc parade will be It J. Heggla othn q. M l a* vaiafui %  aaam ?i taSttr, brtla. ptagf— UiKKiahoui mr*k. >a r ConUol 4'>a< • Originality of ihoi.aM rrur> u.< -i.h (hat ••rwriallty West Indian Dancer For Pantomime LONDON A prett> 18-.. %  I in a chorus audition the London Casino pantomime. %  . r. BY THE WAY a o 1 -MII: con ideral uopposition to .1^' on ttrta lion In Bolivia maltlni plain Is justlI '.'.ii ol um %  i I i m nthei couni ihe additional 4 Bolivian ore Is low1 difficult to treat, and %  %  ;..,: %  I ; roject wilh 'i %  %  v.sO.OOu-aere Cul. M i i i/ban tba I Tf* i. Diusl l-e no of the Camargue fiasco, l in Ihe discovery :ii tin ill Ihe It) ai onl) large ..11. bains u Brlancon, Wtarginml note pum %  a • %  niii.ie in id's auto. i one In which she n one li I of taste." I himvnurr uf mu*ir I NDUSTRIAL p\%cholherapcutagogues have had a lot of of music and Us power to speed the work by making the tc I. This doctrine lIlensMfl, It has i ruined th.ii '-Some while Ihey dme to the Uane wiih lo intu a>ho baata %  %  us hammer %  in ate morsel of main it helping output— fur music. it will not be lunjbefore flighty girls at a trivcl' %  ifdta their and jiggle their feel. An outbreak of dancing would quickly, and arould na* I boM taotOJ • b> a dance it u aeeeaaarv, m u-ruitib of a musical per/onriawcT. to eaiplo-/ • %  he laiitftiai/e of musical erilu-U"i. (Music CTlUe.i Ttn-iil\ irar* itf fmnar O F course. You must not "Having banged %  boul the keyboard] like a Hiunkcii sailor, he brought one hand down wilh a fearful whack which seemed to shake ihe iti) loatnunoDt Then, like a i.'.herman tickling a fat trOUt, be coaxed a recalcitrant two with n bent finger. Then ai It again, with all Ihe weigh! of Ids shoulders behind her punches, slog. slog. Blog. Never did Ivory lake auall punishment. Slam, slum. l.Mi. right to the hitler end, which came suddenlv with ., chord thai oraahad uki an oak-tree upnwted in n storm." A N article in tne British Medical Journal about II.. for new Ivpes of food reveals that "Insects as items In Ihe human diet Bfly been discussed in a scholarly treatise by Bcxlenheimcr. m r—* The Hague)." bsaeefa as Hun (W. Junk, Rut 1 am glad to note that the oat grass "has originated malnl] in the minds of scientist) %  ntomophafl will have in dad la whether tinned insects contain as much starch and diachrose H aa • rts. how long a frozen gnat will keep its nutritive luico and whethei hornet pie is an cncrglscr. Vv itiiuni riiim-y Iruv T HERE follows a picture of the food factories of the future. 'I'm %  aril! be '-sunlit bmujha" filled with "inorganic nutrients u) aUBwCnexMaaOk and carbon dioxide gas. The ludgo "ill be pumped into storage tanks, and "white-coated chemical lllklliaaia arill lorn steam taps on bulleis llrcd with chore lla residues, to work routine procedures for the manufacture of proteins. fats, carbohydrates, and ritanttna. The happy diners In restaurants will send their complaints to the bead uhamlal as one deli succeeds another. I have so long been a champion of chemical food that the least 1 expert is jo M made a director of a linn wh.ch -ans gelatinised bluebottles Plnmninp \vm A PI-ANN1NO official contemplallna a small and unprogresslve Bedfordshire village the other day, is reported to have said' "It would be better if the whole ( I v van wiped out'' The Inabltants. with an ingratitude typical of mere human beings who U>vg tii'ir in.nil-, resent ihBplace of constructive thought. An mrnrdry will probably reveal that th village has not Ihc requisite number Of tdeviston sets to justify It continued existence The planm is prett) sure hi clinch his argumi'iit bv -xiititing out that we not living In the Middle Age* F IREFLIES now cost 1-. Id per thousand, and that Is what the who want to discover wh.d makes them glow will haveto pay. I can save their money for tncm. The firefly produces the glow bv nibbing lla hrels together OB .. kindles* night. The only part of II that does not glow is ihe dorsal amplex. Even the tibi.i docs Its part And it would take IV1 tlfl3.tlHl.291 llreilies In fioodlight the facade of Nulling Hill Gat*> Underground Station This would attract tourists as the flame attracts the moth. i" I i I I 3 FLOWERED LINEN m RAYON CREPES W SHOTTED TAFFETA 91 FLOWERED CREPES 1.00 ERED BBMBERQE SHEERS 1.44 FLOWERED CREPES 3.00. 4.17 & 5 20 HAND BAGS (in all Colours) 1.00 WHITE HAND BAGS (lor all occasions) 3.74 to 12.16 Also SHOES TO MATCH Also TOYS & SWF.ETS T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE Phone: 4220 I I I g I


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Mr. Truman Has Tight Budget For Congress
/^m/,/,/,V/,c ity;//;.=-t- s Republicans Will
BeLnableToCutlt
WASHINGT(
President Trumf I said he will *.end a good tight Lad^et
to Congress next January 20 and indicated that he think
Republican* will not be able to cut u very much Asked foj
comment on statements by Senator Robert lull al
aneinu the budget. Mr. Truman told newsmen that Talt does
not know anything about what is in the budm'l and he had
better wait until he sees it J >.. !-
-ways submittcti tij-ht i, i
budgets lit><
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with s llfl.OOO.OOO.OOii
nuilay (or the cut I
Senator Tail al-.
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Very Happ>"
(resident Truman .aid h- v n
"very happy" that Mr. Hft
expressed approval of tin Ad.
ton's stand against furci-
K >rea.
int.. Sept
Scientific
Mission
For Russia
By HAROLD (.CARD
LONDON. Nov. 20.
A Conuiuinlsl Chinese scientifh
delegation it going k> Russia, t
discuss the atomic energy pro-
gramme whim Li Su Kuang, Vice-
1'icsident of the Chinese Academy
of Sciences caid last month would
be Marled m CUM with So vie i
help. This wa#s announced at a
plenary f*>.in of the Academy
during the last week of October
and reports have only jUs:
reached London. The announce-
ment said the delegation would be
sent to Moscow "to study advance
scientific cooperation." Earlier m
October. Li Su Kuans loll the
Academy "preparations to ludy
nuclear physics'* had
pleled.
These report* have attracted
scant official attention here bt-
.- little credence i ajeesd en
the suggesti...!- ,,,. Kussia If di<-
posed to nhare any on of I
secrets with Red Chin
admitted that (t { known that

kirini province I' I"
Mr. Eisenhower
Confers With
*f>. Dulles
tyk K Nov. 2v
f*r< ;.'. -fV Ml, > 1
paring lor his luith,miiinic trip
to Korea conferred today with
Mr. John Fostur Dulles one of the
top Republican experts on Far
atastern polio Mr. Dulles, archi-
tect of the Japanese peace ticaty
concluded with the OS. , IWI
has been mentioned prominently
us the next Secretary of State.
Mr. Dulles' visit comes in the wake
of the meeting yesterday between
Mi. Eisenhower and Senator Alex-
ander Wiley member of th* IS
delegation to the U.N. who is
slated to become Chairman of the
Sen.ite Foreign Relations Commit*
tee In the next Congress.
Alter their meeting Mr. WUey
said that Mi. Eisenhower assured
him he wan completely behind the
pr.ii iples Of the U.N. and was in
full agreement with the current
US. policy opposing foivibU- n-
pa trial ion of communist prison-
ers in Korea.
The repa'.i mtion issue .was re-
sponsible for the deadlock of truce
negotiations batWMU U.N. and.
Communist officials In Korea. It
was believed that Mr. Duller and
Mr. Eisenhower discussed not
only Korea but touched on other
world troublf spots nuluding Iran
on which the I*res i dent -elect was
briefed during thr White House
conference with Mr. Truman and
his Cabinet Tuesday.
Mr. Eisenhower will get another
top secret briefing on military and
diplomatic .iff air* tomorrow
possibly h. la t b) ton leaving for
Korea. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
Junior Mr. Eisenhower's Liaison
man with the atgoing Aimiinis-
uation was one of the ia*>. mat-
ters discussed In TuctdfH Unite
v .
it A^e *


I
He said one asji i
Ms' on i i .- one o* tua
is to let me
world know that thi couaitr\ ha*
unified "i
ill try to meet
i i befo '
Uw P\
Not Past) Hi I
Mr. Truman n(d h,
Unue lo
Democraii.
that Governs. Ad
would be the Party heed. He
added it's too soot
pa the u
fn 'hr Renuhl
said he v.,1
that question In
Hm Pp. lad i

plans until January II
after he tUnal OVaT the White
I
He said that he will have neitlier
an apartment nor an oflcs in
Washington.VJ.
Reformatory
Bovs Riol
VIKNN\ M
About, loo reoM
load ptflts and broken funuturet
las; night fought 2ihi doUcs to I
revolt in reformator.
which police bcliev.- was in-]
spired by raoant Aitssrlcu prison
riots Nineteen bays rers tgdurad|
and 50 arrested. Police announced i
today that one |
badly wounded in big hand and
Several other* shghllv injured. '
U.P. i
Sabres
Down 500
MIG Jets
SEOUL, Nov. 30.
United States ilghtei pilots
shot down five M.I.O'
svsr Narth Ki*ea today
bringing to more than 500 ths*
number of Russian made planes
destroyed in the 29 months old
Korean war.
Sabre Ml C. duel, featured a
day of stepped-up air activity
which included B29 attacks on a
huge metal processing plant and
troop and supply centre With to-
day's five kill- Allied pilot) hi
for 502 M.I.G.'s de-
Uroyed In the Korean war.
Fifth AJrforce HtsMaauaraM
said the 49flh an,i MOth VI t;'>
down within SO seconds
t each other.
On the ground a deadly hail "I
fire from AUstd arttllsn
machineguns and rifles ripped into
Chinese forces BNtfasatng Sniper.
Ridge on the central ii-mt I' p
123 Persons
Arrested
CAIRO. Rbv. W,
f*>>lice have arrested 123 persons
dangerous to jhiMi
raids in the pe.-t
ue Con rnsndai
General Ahmed Hasaw. Thev
Sad up AUmA *
stolen property m raid- in sibui -
oan Eeitun Malaria.
Hassan's aanotaScSHnStH rai 111
H Mil of General Moham-
med Naguib in .. speech I
day that he would ii,> longer togti -
.ie i:itut ..... ,, mssngsri
Aii official spokesman sfsd
NagfOib was only expre-sitiK -i
asm when he threatened to <
ign the Premiership m
sfsMth.
He said Oen. Nagnb i-
I of hi- inissi'., toward his
nd was only deriding
T rmer Governmani i.n i
I id Bflered Kgypt ..thing but .or-
istlon aod ruin I'.F.
Russia Accuses U.S. Of j
"Hydrogen Blackmail"
MOSCOW, Nov 20
Pra\4a. nffinal ni-wsfMip.'r of the Soviet Communist:
Part) accuaed U.&. inilitu . ,i,iers of inspirlnR what li'
called a campaign of V^ftfogrn blackmail"
II was the Aral relcrer.-. ,. the hvdrogen bomb made '
in the Soviet PreM since the Washinjiton announ..
early this week of successful U.S. tests.
Fnr*t ..... that dcm.in,1. !..,
i: L-nsifralinn of the warl.r,. bj_T T -
" UJ\. Ask About
! nugon. It said i mr ti a
'hoae hn imp ire ,urh report- \ ITlilt I*'li'S'Sal^
all *flj bs -VllasttO 1 ill CCla ,
-fid than atomic black- r^ T\-
bosnb came "* rioOIl"rh
ti a brif paragraph of a ofie-
lUTUl rrvten of the Korean wai PAWMUNJOM. Nov 20
entitled "AggWiin laiunching The United Nation asked Com- \
riiithinil nunlsta to undertake detivi
Armms oiiwi Uimgs the news- U'hnstmas parkages f, \i
paper said: "as from a horn M rlsstsksri held by Keda. li w
IVI'MNIIIMVI III O. KS

plentj from the page* of the
I'irvN flow sfattb is.-
tpired Pentagon demands that a
... w onslaught be organised in
K. i. ,t. ,t M.utchuna !- txunbed.
' hckade of China be in-
i'uslrted and tho atom bomb be
Chsncterlstlc racket started In
tii. American Prea in this con-
t..--tion In the p..
hmerit of
iii-Hii military arsenal
w.th a certain new bom Is-'super-
bomb* apparently by that Is meant
the so-called hydrogen bomb.''
a bo Lnsfans such rrporta
think hydrogen' blackmail will
.' ssors successful than atomic
b h kii.-nl If
VS. Plane Set^
New Record
rHIHMAL, California.
Nov. ao. I
A Sabre Jet interceptor plane
Mailed n ' hi re lo-dSu .-' i i-.'t at
early 700 miles an hour which
All nrea and North American
A v 1 a t i o n Company offleialt
ilalmed ,-. a n.-w world
The 86D interceptor wan
i Toted by Captain John Slade
Naxh on the course near Salton
Sea in the upp.-i Imperial Valley.
I be Sabre jet made the run with
hill rocket armament and was
timed by electrical timers who
t-.tinia.ed Capt. Nash had ea-
old re-ord <>r 670.R91
Capt Nash flew the plane at an
f only about 100 feet
ever the course, part *.f which
rosaes Sa.t.. II.P.
thW time the U.N. has asked
Heds to accept parcel^ for Allied
prisoners. S<- f.n l(.-i
<>nly to exchange mail
Todays request was made in $
letter from Lieut. General W1IU..111
K. Harrison iha-f U N. truce del-
CK.it.-. to N.irtli
Nam IL The letter was given to
the Communists at a brief Liaimsi
fmclalu meeting. Ucut. (^n Har-
rison first proposed tliv parcel -x-
hanse plan August S. Shmtly
f.fler that time Reds said th< .
had taken the project under
-tudy." When nothing huppcn<-d
Harrison proposed (
. 4 in on October 8. Th.- II.- I-
never answered the eeond letter !
The Ueut. Gen. said "it is in< m>
i hrable you should eontlnue to!
'i-Tiv prisoners of both sides the
i' ..11,1 ha mlesa benefits of
If- exchange of parcels which f
.10po.se."t'.P.
Till. TWO US Hou-uu spertu as
Mr Donald ll.i..... (c>ntiel rxatnn
Iki HotnUits Bosrd. Hr T 0 Laslik
1l.1t 10 th. Uarllibe
iin-miiriit.il limldiii
Comrade" Or
You're Fired
MU.,1

TIM lllln li
rrledly rcii.tly fra
I 01 iglnally pie 1
VIENNA. Nov n-.rnly-fm.r ktih m.
nudapesi departmeni storm *"" l(ui,lu" ,,lli",
ive forgotten their dtoih. ka , vt' <>* command.
in the HuBtgaruHi Peoiile's [Sttiio- tbm Division* .,:.
ih,. Hungarian CoTnmufUst e-mprtae T,t0U -tmrtg aj
paper EMI reported. Smart shops * w'"> headquarters at Paae-
lt S.ikl have begun selling lop hat*, walk. Hussian ofheer-. ieinr<>ree-
1 ' itwooclss and other items """ has baSfi tncrssisd Inn
intended for "gentlemen" some half Qesen pet dl
ly 3.1.....
Russians Form Three
East German Divisions
PAB1S, Nnv ao.
InJornMd >....... ..mi Rim la ratljig t.. i.im. .ii. i .1
mrlafl WMtern rtranKih in Kui<|k- Ims i.iunr.i iimc
KmI iMTinun dlviofii '.'i.....i>r tanks to I
man Pi llbla
Coronation
Sit I)- (.um mil h rs
I'ormetl
City Stores
Deeorate
Show Windows
hSrthSIIBOn the papn
plained that salesmen in stores
h diitunlly addn-n customer gs
It" snd "your excellency" m-
-''m\ of "comrade".
Personnel of stores were warned
that they wnil.l he tir..-d if thev
n these rapilallstlc hahit-
II.P.
gj On rage .
Fourteen Communists
On Trial For Treason
VIKNNA. Nov 20
Hudutf Slanaky oni-c tin- Kicmlin's t'>p man in Comniu-
nisi CnehoslovaMi and ii :l hi. "ateoapllCM" wanl ..n
lay 111 Prague charaeil with treason and eapli
Unonn those named as Kl.insky's ikaM in nn allrerd
Ime he lirliied to build was Vlad-
imir dementis formei K.iri'un Si-i-retary.
QUEEN JN TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD =
sb. Com-

H.i.in. (.*,nici Deputy UitiUter of
I Chief Of Irrtelligen..*
ind Vdvru Etajdw
Doputi lore.Hii MinisterN.
and EvaSfl |y>e-
: ister of F.srcign
' UatVls. FfTja, former
nonlc Adviser to Presi-
dent Klcment Gottwald and
the Five Year Plan.
iJi.M-ph Frank. Deputy General
and Otto Sling, former Party
1. RrsV Kaflloi
'kin/ the stand in the
'
wison this mornin

' oflfc Isl ] 1 newspaper
ttudr Prave and Otto Flal. former
\> ..i..tsi,doi to nil <
trial came
srltl
lunrment brOSkd-
east by Prague Radio at fj.Ofi .
. V T
IP
s War Ma-
iies. Thousands
looked on aa the Queen, wearing a black coat ar.i hat, stepped back
lo silute at the end of the earWcs*. (/"fernittonol lUa*ophote)_
OUlEN lUZAerTH II ],.-,,
moria] during the annual 1
UNESCO Will Mm
lir IVfonlf-Vuleo
pABia
'O agreed to accept
Uruguay' hold thr-
ettnf in 1954 -
Video despite the obje. I
it would cost double '
The vote was 28 in
and Ilve nations absent.
With Christmas just over .1
nionftl off. city stores have begun
10 decorate their show windows
..nd to display their Christmas
loods.
Toys of every description io Hall
children of alt ages are on display
md during the week, parent-, snd
hildren have been inspecting the
various showcases making early
selections.
Some people have begun ttu-tr
''hriUmas shopping already, and
in some of the stores, clsnTfca have
reported that sales arc gradually
ncreasing. They anticipate a
more rapid increase during neat
week and Ihe first week in Deearn-
beT, with sales reaching theii pt-.h
luring the we*-k Immediately le-
i.tmas
In addition tu local Bhoppeis.
ilv stores are looking forward lo
11 continuation of the trade with
visitors from Venesuela who come
It.,i1. f-.i th. Chri tm -' i.'Ml
New Year holidays
Iran Will Soon
Go Communist
H IIAKOLI> CtAltll
LONDON. Nov. J
diplomatic sources sain Turki'h
ofllcials believe that Iran will gfl
Cmnrnunist sooner than any Othel
N'.rth Allantic treaty powers x-
paet an.l Is pressing for "Mronp
and deterniined measures" to meet
the possible spread of Soviet in-
fluence th< 1
The. ^aid the TurKmti view arfj
*tn>ngl- put '" the nritiah Oofa
ornmen: laal
Turkish Prim. MlnistSI and For-
. Ign lUUata. visited !>" ' I
linti.h bU i said fr
have "frankly ruseed" SflUl
Foreign Secretary AotltSSn f l
Baa Minister Ix.rd Alex-
ander the weaknesi of TuTstojr*!

." .'ported to
!i Ai'llng to assist in any ml
' '"ommun-
1
that Britain hs<
.-gainst any action in II

IT
flr*t Pansenger
Highl Over Pole
'"I" I. VS. of plalonns.
ii,.- East German ilvtslon
Bilppssl wild ont roi l
T 34 tanks and about ISO fon
Ossman artlllsi \ h
their armaiu.-ni tl
-1.1i1d.1rd II..I Army Dlvin
their equipmrni ii glmHsi Is that ill
batiuj i.M-.i bg Nartn ICarasri arm
( hlneas Conununist f..m- ,.i.-n
Itsri Nailona In Korea H
three casisterai wars fa a
rir^n i.idet' st Commuoltt pallei (
fun c whnh had lieen und.
Sorlet tjrpt mllit.uy iTainlris Un
"itt.f nn 1 v. ( daj dt, ass)
n of Mr. J S. 1. Bra \
formed.

..in (i... I..
llHYfllllllltl.
I' n nf i.'fietihiinni
ins pon
1 ii-it .nun. ii' .um im hi, ,
1 t r
i lbs
' H, 1 n 1......
nslble foi lunrnonli |
foui sub-Con 11
dmtribu-
harity
Mr. Hector Oarcia (I) aad
by tba Hanxtrr tUrrrtary of
Locally
Made Blocks
On Trial
The Managers.
Ili.ii.sinn Board. Mi I (1
been egperimcntinii I
trot blocks made chiellj ..t rnaten-
whlch can *h- obi atoeo
locally. Mr. Uishlo has milt 1
wall of thew eapi
his home in Deckle
keeplrg It
Ie I* si
tyiira of l
I cle' 2.

sand and
and. ..nd eM
Vsfl pr*-portlOti ..f otis lim^.
eernesil or OSsW 1\ -and and
eighteen clay.
Mr I ji-rhley asyi
mixtures an- holdlni veil Bfld
even if ii l.s felt in be
t tin- 1
bullduo; houso Ihe]
trisrd fur gu Ha
1 ie* future for th<
,! tures and the dSt 1
n-ly coat of building house-, m Barba-

cfiPTNHAGEN. Nov 20.
lavlsn Airways Sys- two years u poiaoUal
11 Viking plane which made it full 24 dlvtglbtll
s tirst passenger airline flight
rasg the North pole was re-
nted to have arrived at Thule, ---------------------.
r.-enland 11I H.20 I m C M.T
SCOUT MEETING
Bl Uchael-Sotith Local
i'..... Will hohl 1 1-. aj
Lfhl ..t M
k hi lioul Haattq
Road
I included on the Agenda are,
V.p IWssBBitsUon ..I ,v
'f bye-laws and a sk< ' b]


\o Uvvs Lost In
MoiiNcrr.il Flo mIs
1
ANTIOUA, :.
No 11' < were lost in M
floods and laSstW
damage was ii, K
aattlnuted daniar. \
U M0JMM
r.,rt was receive*! by the! '^'^ch Officers //I
rllne in Copenhagen from .' .
riant- Aeculvntn
gby Radio here which picked
up from the plane's own radio
ctier while the plane was still
iilinu over Thule United Stat'-s
1 Greenland.
The Viking plane thus had
nlr-l.,1 (he second leg of its
r tu- flight rriiin Los Angeles to
p. nhagen According to sched-
f. plane would stay at
Thule for two hours before It
ted the last stretch to Copen-
1 |gaja
v.r.
HANOI. Nuv M
Oattsi ii aonaun be Una
Cummander-in-chi'-f *.r tba r.n
filiK flOBJl Uy mill
Wednesday In one of
air aeeidenis Involving
righ ranking officer-, ..f thS
1
Fremh <
Da Una res and his m-,
"slight iiijuiii-i-' when theil light
plane Was forced ti, ri.iik.'
esnai saucy landing ..
specified aaol ( till Pr.
lines 111 the Vietminh area off
Hal. Wo finthei dotsAla "ii 1 1
-re avallslilc.
' ond lixht pi.me also ll
K th<
killing ten snd Injuring over -V1" C*"""1 ,l':'
f the injurediTl*** Commander-ln-Chief
10 Die, 100 Hurt
In Train Crash
ma 111111* ipain
M.'hil BaVllli
lumped Its tracks nea
too
Nov 20. I
express I
ban !'-
v. badl) hurt they are no'1 '' ( ""* """"'K*''' -
spatted to live. Fifteen other' !' ''" '
sre on th.. critical n.t at the
.hpital Thrat- of tlM- coaches of
I DOUIad t-spn
inatd The accident .. iA-UevMl
.1 break
n the rail Una U.P.
FOR TRAINING COURSE
Ninths' Turning CouraS landing
1; Walfsrr Work is to be j
Jamaica from the I8lh of 1
January Iwftl until ihe lgth of I
in!- It is understood that four
lU will be attending the:
A third plane with a party o
top ranking officers namel
Aaslstan
Chi- f of Stall Of OSMTSI Salan
ti" l' 1 rvet Hanoi m 'iom for
Over half an hour with
Ing wheels nghiiv )n.i
linally RtanagSM la
heels out and made a saf.
t I-
FtSHtm ttnvi >/us
Course
They are Mr O Weeki-s and
ill 1 M Hlackiiniri of the Social
Welfare Office, and Mr. B
Bourne and Miu Jean Clarke Of
lie Pr-ibailon Offl*i'
I it Water*!
1 11 iml
"i an.l ii, oil B

'
1
Schooner Burnt
Atoms For Peace
WASHTN'.J'
President Truman predicted
Wednesday nigi
.' atomic energy
would be tumeo to "peaceful
r grners-
made the pre-
. :>rtun from the
leech he
rUafe Oulana Barbados u
booner run suffered a great ram
tew weeks ago when the pen
.unooiier Teas-siliy A. H. Van-
iaytraaa owned by Captain Basil hu
bjM fire and was com- rec<
destroyed in Trinidad. Capiau.
ll is understood that at the time h-.^. .
." Captain StoU's wle 2*J 'hr mi>,0r WMfc' "
ratal other persons wero "* Al 'be tin
rd the vessel, but no one'cbl,'m tn#" v'''" * "
'* Injured. |of another Cap! Kali
th* 4nHlu>iiT..n
!'..
Vf he, aerner, a few
3 he n
'
early
K.W.V.
( IIKISTM \s
linii'. iinrl Uir winr! A riirrfri>
phrrr Ih.' ilirrrful ,
.1.
"I flraa.l1 and (Im.,,1 \\,.h
H mid inrrrv luasls inu.li-
merrier with | s|i:nllit
Kll^ of K.H'.V. \ li,nr
rilhrr. to lei >our K.W.V. ue.
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.ling the nb*cr-
MR JOHN TULL
Si PkOHckt lair Kuffl.-
PIIK Hudii. Gramophone Pick-
ilnaailaj for 1 Upwl
n m will pn>.-. a* thi Lea Cn Btal
U of " W* I I-
pen] Mrs. Jean Williams u( A i
i drill combine th- SI. George
Acting Chief Justin-
"TMIKHK will he some alln
unior Judicial office.
On Hi hihi\
prices for Ihc- wlni
Dres* Cotiunie Parade
1
, ,..,., 'ith. when | Fair in aid of
,\ IV IG b n lav) weak by charity w.n ba held. Th.
- A from Canada was Mr taking part in Ihc parade will be
It J. Heggla t of T.C.A. HBwr ;.
I H. ha come over for tM fn.ni It ! Haggle Hid thai hi* ilrsl *-* and Mm. Brookfleld arc at
-nd on about six
id and added that he had mmuh' holiday. They are stay int.
ome of the beauty spota t Maresol Beach nata.
ft non "I m.' 0* Hrookfleld. who arrive*,
...,-..,.<, two weeks ago. live? at Wood-
man Vancouver, hi- bridge, a small villag.- near To-
has been residing in Montreal tor ronto. His wife arrived yesterday
' four and a half years
// Ih.'H-ml* OM CirruB
JUST rn large and repreeen-

* i IVi
morning.
He retired from the Army in
IS46 and is at present In business.
I'< (lillli-il IftUlf
MR. and Mrs Frank Barnard,
of St. Lucia, who were ar-
' LT',V ,"*, "l V. T I ' Kngland by Dutch S.S.
* "''I'ttyre Mentor)- Colll, n W.I.A. f"r S".
' -"P- * Lucia on Wednesday. ith Inal
'J8 L** ......
I'- nh on S;.t- \4H nn h.-emlKT 6i The 11 lcvy of BoatOO, Ml
Bai Id 'r,n. WOnt -<"'. expect In return home by
Ig expense* the Lady Rvdoey to-morrow aftci'
now very tnjoyabl* holiday in tho
put on l lu
  • that twelve men ship on its last voyage from Cana-
    .ken along da and slopped off here for their
    Captain Aral holiday vtsll toateed of going
    in and Commai.ii N Q, Up I-. Hnlish Guiana as 'hey (Mri
    Dayth. win* i- in charge of the on two previous occasu
    production, are confident that 'he Mr. Dunleavy is Preaident of
    D support an equal nuin- the Dunlcavy Co in Waltham.
    *y Massachusetts.
    1'on/tmtulution*
    CONGRATt't-ATIONS I" Mr
    George G Page. I) s
    Jd Miaa Jean H. Glass on their
    irarnage which will take place at
    12 noon on December 23 within
    thi Kirk of the Greyfrlan, Scot-

    Mr Page i< the-v.utiger son of
    i C K Puk-
    aS.O.. M C and Mrs Page of
    I j.iI. it Herts and .< grandwm of
    Mi A M A U f Vorkahin-.
    Ctrl si Church, while his fiancee is
    the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
    A. Glasa of Edinburgh
    for Th- inter
    MIt. and Mrs. R. L. Ellis, of i
    Montreal, Canada, who had
    been holidaying here for the past
    rive weeks as guesls at the Ocean
    Vtete Hotel, will be remaining un-
    til March to spend the winter
    This ! their first visit to the
    island and they are enjoying it
    very much They have covered
    . :dire island and
    think it a vary beautiful spot
    Mr Ellis, a retired banker, said
    oa i raan ago hi *. one "t
    be Managers of the Royal Bank
    Of Canada in New York. He ha*
    i .niaica before, but likes it
    aara.
    r'int Iw.'iit ~it.ii. (iooci
    MH. VAUGHAN H. MrCORD
    from Montreal. Canada, who
    arrived by T.C^. yeaterday
    morning, said that his flrat im-
    pressions of the Island are very
    good. The people are friendly and
    (ourleous and try to make one-
    feel at home. He has already spent
    some hours on the beach which
    be likes in addition to the sen
    bathing, and thinks Barbados an
    ideal spot for a holiday.
    Mr McCord is employed, wilb
    T.C.A in the Traffic Department
    in Montreal and will be here for
    at.iut two weeks as a gueat at
    Cncrabank Hold.
    Art. vuu
    PAYING his first visit to Barba-
    dos is Mr R. H. Cook, pro-
    prietor of the Durham Tobacco
    Plantations in Ontario. He came
    in by T.C.A. yesterday morning
    from Montreal and will be re-
    maining for* three weeks'1 as a
    guest at the Ocean View Hotel
    He told Carlb that when he left
    home, the weather was Just be-
    ginning to cool and will not get
    leally cold until December He.
    However, liked Uw ahajige Of
    weather In Barbados which ami
    very refreshing. His family ex-
    I -l 10 COana oul ban early next
    rear and he was sure Uiey were
    go mi lo like it.
    Fttr THv Winlvr
    MR E O'BRIEN. I Company
    Director Of Bournemouth.
    England and Mrs. O'Brien are now
    in Barbados for Ihe winter. They
    arrived here on Saturday hv |be
    S.S. Gains* and are guests at the
    Mr O'Brien naa come over in
    Ihe interest of his heillh
    ' STARS
    roa At NoiiNiii Bt, israt
    LOOK 1 Um skUoa n bkrk
    o-r* and And *'..i
    - *"""" to IW Ur
    i .ea ,AMM,_AMr.
    LHHg piUh V
    to-eay, aim
    HI MM I lfon> othn q.Ml
    a* vaiafui
    aaam ?i
    taSttr, brtla. ptagf
    UiKKiahoui mr*k. >ar ConUol 4'>a<
    Originality of ihoi.aM **\ *i u rmaa ti (oaa*wr--ayaaa
    aboul In **, il (at.
    nra It to riot to nuil u, 4
    int-rstood M>rrur> u.< -i.h (hat
    rwriallty
    West Indian
    Dancer For
    Pantomime
    LONDON
    A prett> 18-..

    I in a chorus audition
    the London Casino pantomime.
    . r.
    BY THE WAY
    a o
    1-mii: con ideral u- opposition
    to .1^' on ttrta lion In Bolivia
    maltlni plain Is justl-
    I '.'.ii ol um
    i I i m nthei coun-
    i
    ihe additional
    4 Bolivian ore Is low-
    1 difficult to treat, and
    -;..,: I -
    ; roject wilh 'i
    v.sO.OOu-aere Cul-
    . M i i
    i/ban tba I
    Tf* i. Diusl l-e no
    of the Camargue fiasco,
    l in Ihe discovery
    :ii tin ill Ihe
    It) ai onl) large
    ..11. bains
    u
    Brlancon,
    Wtarginml note
    . pum a niii.ie in
    id's auto-
    . i one In which she
    n one li
    I of taste."
    I hi- mvnurr uf mu*ir
    INDUSTRIAL p\%cholherapcu-
    tagogues have had a lot of
    of music
    and Us power to
    speed the work by making the
    tc I. This doctrine
    lIlensMfl, It has
    i ruined th.ii '-Some
    while Ihey
    dme to the
    Uane wiih
    lo in-
    tu a>ho baata
    - us hammer
    in ate morsel of ma-
    in it helping output
    fur music.
    it will not be lunj- be-
    fore flighty girls at a trivcl-
    ' ifdta their
    and jiggle their feel.
    An outbreak of dancing would
    quickly, and arould na*
    I boM taotOJ b> a dance
    it u aeeeaaarv, m u-ruitib of
    a musical per/onriawcT. to eaiplo-/
    he laiitftiai/e of musical erilu-U"i.
    (Music CTlUe.i
    Ttn-iil\ irar* itf fmnar
    OF course. You must not
    "Having banged
    boul the keyboard] like a
    Hiunkcii sailor, he brought one
    hand down wilh a fearful whack
    which seemed to shake ihe
    . iti) loatnunoDt Then, like a
    i.'.herman tickling a fat trOUt, be
    coaxed a recalcitrant
    two with n bent finger. Then ai
    It again, with all Ihe weigh! of
    Ids shoulders behind her punches,
    slog. slog. Blog. Never did Ivory
    lake auall punishment. Slam,
    slum. l.Mi. right to the hitler
    end, which came suddenlv with
    ., chord thai oraahad uki an
    oak-tree upnwted in n storm."
    AN article in tne British Medi-
    cal Journal about II..
    for new Ivpes of food reveals that
    "Insects as items In Ihe human diet
    Bfly been discussed in a
    scholarly treatise by Bcxlenheimcr.
    m r*
    The Hague)."
    bsaeefa as Hun
    (W. Junk,
    Rut 1 am glad to note that the
    oat grass "has originated
    malnl] in the minds of scientist)
    ntomophafl will have in dad la
    whether tinned insects contain as
    much starch and diachrose H aa
    rts. how long a frozen
    gnat will keep its nutritive luico
    and whethei hornet pie is an
    cncrglscr.
    Vv itiiuni riiim-y Iruv
    THERE follows a picture of the
    food factories of the future.
    'I'm ! aril! be '-sunlit bmujha"
    filled with "inorganic nutrients
    u) aUBwCnexMaaOk
    and carbon dioxide gas. The
    ludgo "ill be pumped into storage
    tanks, and "white-coated chemical
    lllklliaaia arill lorn steam taps on
    bulleis llrcd with chore lla resi-
    dues, to work routine procedures
    for the manufacture of proteins.
    fats, carbohydrates, and ritanttna.
    The happy diners In restaurants
    will send their complaints to the
    bead uhamlal as one deli
    succeeds another. I have so long
    been a champion of chemical food
    that the least 1 expert is jo M
    made a director of a linn wh.ch
    -ans gelatinised bluebottles
    Plnmninp \vm
    API-ANN1NO official contem-
    plallna a small and unpro-
    gresslve Bedfordshire village the
    other day, is reported to have said'
    "It would be better if the whole
    (I v van wiped out'' The In-
    abltants. with an ingratitude
    typical of mere human beings who
    U>vg tii'ir in.nil-, resent ihBplace
    of constructive thought. An m-
    rnrdry will probably reveal that th
    village has not Ihc requisite num-
    ber Of tdeviston sets to justify It
    continued existence The planm
    is prett) sure hi clinch his argu-
    mi'iit bv -xiititing out that we
    not living In the Middle Age*
    FIREFLIES now cost 1-. Id per
    thousand, and that Is what the
    who want to discover
    wh.d makes them glow will have-
    to pay. I can save their money
    for tncm. The firefly produces the
    glow bv nibbing lla hrels together
    OB .. kindles* night. The only
    part of II that does not glow is
    ihe dorsal amplex. Even the tibi.i
    docs Its part And it would take
    IV1 tlfl3.tlHl.291 llreilies In fiood-
    light the facade of Nulling Hill
    Gat*> Underground Station This
    would attract tourists as the flame
    attracts the moth.
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    RAYON CREPES ...................................W
    SHOTTED TAFFETA ..............................91
    FLOWERED CREPES .............................. 1.00
    ERED BBMBERQE SHEERS ................. 1.44
    FLOWERED CREPES .................. 3.00. 4.17 & 5 20
    HAND BAGS (in all Colours) ...................... 1.00
    WHITE HAND BAGS (lor all occasions)...... 3.74 to 12.16
    Also
    SHOES TO MATCH
    Also
    TOYS & SWF.ETS
    T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
    YOUR SHOE STORE
    Phone: 4220
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    FRIDAY. NOVHOIS 11. I52
    BARBADOS AJjVo(AlE
    Km.k iiikkk
    Jtk i a sprinkle -
    \'mt*s nil it needs/
    N*M makes h(hi ork of in
    i aek/deep-c leaning' whew
    Colonial Research Progressing
    Cane-vvax Will "^g^. Big B.W.L Sugar
    wenein B.W.I. ^ Increase Coming
    LOr.'SON, Now l!
    During the coui m of the Debate on the Address in the
    House of Common-, n Fridar, Mr. Bernard Biam.
    tatv ol the Imperial Ml i foil wing
    remarks which are of interest io the Wi
    He i
    Hyperacidity*
    Af#* relief
    De Will Antacid Powder
    osn be coafideatle re
    mrnded for the quick relief
    of dig'.i ,r disorders arising
    finally per acidity. Heartburn,
    flat olen.r and all the worrying
    symptoms of exce*j sud for-
    mation in the stoeaach quickly
    *ivc way to thia reliable
    irmly medicine. De Wit-
    Antacid Powder quickly neu-
    tralises tiers* acid and pro-
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    by soothing and protecting
    the delicate tomach hning.
    Content:
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    in* i.ift m ihu
    .
    OdUClKXI
    bild 16 idMM *),.,; ,1..
    U I HI Ilk' |) tot*
    U> indiwlry. I h*v- m mind ur.c
    pertlculai i
    my privilege ; visit the Weal
    Inlb. I Matted the s.
    Doiagkoai LdUReati i *et up m
    Trinidad, when I
    of the Imperial College h.
    cngngeri in research int.

    ..IS.'.-'.U .,,
    ili..t ran*
    Teh
    (jolonuil
    Balances
    Increaao
    tig Kdnnre* In
    I ttB million
    i TMI
    hi- Ixmdon
    been n
    I: imn -
    Dr. Nkriimali
    Asks People's
    Opinion
    [t
    Mlri
    I
    proce*,
    able form
    ignifkanc. to \
    i"' ';' *< tod from the Una contribution
    bulk of pur industrial *.ix non-sterling area Butnm te now a debtor io those.
    >* waste produ. u> a <>\.,\ exceeding
    westmdki |e- 1.000 million. n
    lopudI have not tin ad) by a nrh
    doubt from wh.it we now -.:. Efrfiain to man) comparative!*
    of the worh *-f Prnfeesor Wiggins poov jithough potentlall
    that it can be rifwlnficii- viill for which iho acts a*
    doubtedly ndd lubMMtiall; to the -:<' dian, banker and trustee.
    wealth of the British w Sfandoad. Brita n baj
    Then' ,- ., in..... iboairand rrUllton pounds
    i-uiKc of uaaa tui Ngai by-pro- srorth f an of what
    duct': they can be used to produce she has sold.
    fertiliser!.. paper, even blood punt- The Sianderd leader -mtMrft
    ma and building materials. Such "Could there be a more spce-
    daveloproant would edd im- lacular dt
    measurably to the wealth of tin' practical s
    British Caribbean area, which ha- comn.erclnl structure known
    been dependent for so long on
    wMHAl Alexander Papagos,
    leader of the Blurtuet Greek Kally,
    Another
    'Military*
    Victory
    By rHII. MWSOM
    NKW YORK, \
    *
    import. Hi la 90 year-eld Field Mafbal *rd>
    "ce.
    xiourge of Gret'k COShOtUnllta,
    ro "i Greece
    friend ol the United 81
    To 'his veteran of DOtt
    alia have now turned In
    their hope for their first stable
    government itnca the. and
    World War 11 and an end to rum-
    LONDON
    With a Mi expanskM i produvtaoti I iracial lot
    tho British weal Indtei and British Guiana, thii
    U i-ons-ilidatf their i
    a- the U'Mdinu stiisii- ukkIui mnioiiwealth
    n* 1M
    at b) M<-r. 0
    l.ia. id.- I..iiKhm
    .:, .it a.Dor
    nd eas.ooo
    Bi itisli Weal Indies
    I Ins total proilm li-.ui <(
    .".Veen |..o. in On- i artkAran
    ..a.MH.s iix-r* iii'in a ataar
    i- =.I ver \n .i .In hitherto
    Ihe larseal awnderer. where
    l5,*-5J tModeelHm l foree^rt
    ji sea.eea ton*.

    i spectaculai
    .
    aid
    NMM
    iaaa M
    :..i ...nit in tho

    '"ding lo the i
    lotatatd m.000
    Oatana and i.oftfi tona
    in the British V,
    H -r me ism

    aent i" Bi .'.tin. m
    nt Minn,, I1"- nrat nine mot
    ltd el fi adi
    Kwame .\ I
    r of th.- QaM
    ' hi-fj. k1 .
    ran nt laab eft
    i ed eonatilutioniil
    i lot March,
    Nkrumahi statefnent Fattowi
    Ifcj which l* had in the Ooid
    ....-: awnnM i -
    tan PMvei Lyttrtton It was
    hen agrfcd that DropoeaJ I

    wraith should be formulated by Thv

    uitatlon with the i-hief* end ibe
    p1e, foi tween Ih.
    Kingdom and
    ''lt.
    Nlcrunirih I'.,
    a number of points One li
    he position of the thri
    prei
    holdiim tn.- pertfQUoa of Defi
    To sharpen
    appetite ther
    is nothing like
    Colman's Mustard
    Seen
    peop
    L'nlti
    vim Br^i
    ni.i I eternal ArMra, Plnane
    luettea ..mi srhathi i .11 m .
    these should be replaced by
    sentatlve Afriran
    Ihffenee
    _ and nil n show, the '
    :
    m.iintainvd until the
    it frtlj
    led
    . ..r Veat
    . i all i>
    en.I of (he
    total ww
    ARE YOU
    Mora Irritable
    Triese Days?
    Has tha "i,ir-nJlM/-" of
    Ibdaei-wllh ii.i daily
    so uu> ends meet
    ahortngaa and "high
    ariose,''hagun to umnr on yea*
    iess? Do you feel you'rtt not
    rattJog enough rwrt -and feel so
    sdgy half the time, you cent
    enjoy life any more?
    Well, you cent help the
    oahappy condition of thv World
    but you can AWo t-ourmif'
    Because thonaanea of Caaa-
    dKan men and women any thev
    ftnd they take tbewe worries M
    tAnr Mride after taking Dr.
    Chare's Nerve Food for h while.
    Thw well-known tosuc Which
    rr-*~in* ViUmin Bi, iron and
    other needed minerals helps
    build up your vitality and nid*.
    hi toning up your whoWsyatem
    Get DV Chaee'a Nerve Food
    today! See If you don't rest
    OatCsr. ear defter. frW belbrr. The
    name "Dr. Chase'' i your
    aaainanos The large "eonnomy
    esse'* Is rear beet buy. is
    few main crops for e*.i" |
    been, therefore, partleul
    artlve to Mcfaatl I
    trade.
    Anti-I.wii Then there is lha Anti-Loiu,'
    Research Centre, whkta
    operating together with the N-
    lonal Institute of Agricultural
    EnflSaaartDj ami other bodies if
    erfccting teclinitiues for control I-
    locusts. Thcic is the wi. mi
    ol the Colon; I
    ide Research United at Pi rton
    the Imperial Coll.
    at Silwood Park and it
    Insecticide Research Unit K
    Africa.
    Substantial icsulU have been
    achieved In the batth
    T tsetse and mosajultoesenen .
    ,man and beast. This House should
    I be proud of the fact thnt in p i
    year-: we have managed almost raw material*, what
    .completely in r.iduate malaria a*> been the contribute
    la killinE disease in Cyprus. British veloped Empln -
    Ouiana and now MaurithBI "Certainly. Britain must
    ' Then then' are Institutions In with pride and gratitude on the
    'East Africa. Northern lllion Bui
    , nnd Malaya which are I :' < ennnt refard It with eatts-
    .waysflml mean* of Increasing the f
    fMnns'iatlnn Of the "'-- '"'
    alue of the mtehtv ""* "Jllation and unemployment If a repn
    structure known a! 'PapR' Oreeh Hail. Partj [o reptoee Ih.
    :he Stertlng \n-.r <\nd could wnlrh '' on'y l,,tlr ,noTV ,h*" Ol Dal External Affairs,
    then- b,-a rnore convincing proof rear old won pproxtm&trl) 24" thti .uld imply thai the Oom
    ,.r ih! productlra capacity of the out ** 30 ""^ m ,hr ,;iWk c""" wmi11 .vex im-
    Colonial Empire' Parliament and i-olled more votet mediately full responsibility fm
    la an immense financial *" the !'' '- l; ' Liberal "' own defence, the main burd
    rtbbea
    a#r.i MO OthtJ t
    iducer has sent
    Britain from
    iIoUU'S ', .nine
    of which i.v now borne bg
    forces of the Commonwealth Th(
    tlold Coast would also have to be-
    coma responsible for dlii
    entation as regards trade in tor-
    etgn countries
    liability which can.- in no Cuilitlon and LHtulngers
    rinsiicinl embarrassment, which '"'"'
    indeed stands between us and Cen. l*apago6 faces a great task.
    i- .nrial crisis. And here i Economically Greece's sltuatloi
    an outpouring of matennl re- could lierdly be wnmc. Ai .
    hlch Have ately 40 per cent, of hi i
    been neglected through the years. Income goes fnto armament Shu
    yet ,ue :i!>lc and willing at the imports more Ihau live "
    end of these years to suppl< aiftPIM ba I ' lo export an 1.000 .rwm.OflO of their goods .tetually rut! Ix'en .(!
    without exacting immediate pay- only through I'.S help, But that
    mont. American help in turn has i.een
    "This Is what th<- British En
    worth bi us in terms of sank lower and lower Creeks the powers and coniposltion of each
    hard cash. It i also n summons were unable to carry their share chamber of the legislature would
    Qon by ihofif of the burden Inflation, black- have to be considered,
    reataM how 'hameful markets and tailgploytnenI have The extent of Africanization ''.
    and foolish were the long year* flourished. the Gold Coast Civil Servi. i
    of neglect. For If the neglected also a matter for consider allot.
    ajtmpire can afford to Jet Britain Uniua States aid now. howevei. Othei pouita relatod to the effect
    0|her changes luggestotl weic
    full authority for the l'i M
    ister to appoint or remove cal Inel
    ministers and assign their port-
    folios In line with British pr
    in-- Chlafa and people would
    tiior any electoral
    nd. If so.
    loan of C1 ofwj.000.000 u l( ,. wease,l. Papagos is the M the
    civil
    Vlca -pailUularb
    ighi hav type to appeal to the U.S. business- on expatriate off) i
    of a de- ,n-n. \\,. knows be need! help but lure recruitmentof any changi
    en a constant critic of in- In existing safeguards.
    look agajaieriey in previous Oreeh Gov-
    . mo i m
    v. >,..! ..,! r
    ami he ban
    no!
    a*
    I Hah diet of the colonial peeph
    (The I: t ol such i [erjete a Im-
    Jmansa, Theii worlt l* rltMIng
    'substantial results,
    Cocoa
    In Trinidad last >ear 1 saw
    something of what had been
    achieved M a result of thi
    c,t ,.i ,] .1
    rofoarch woik dona ..'. the Unpen>
    al College. It was possible on one
    estate to sec cocoa mown
    I l -
    VS. help.
    t'.P.
    U.S. Will Pay
    More Attention
    To Far East
    Gets Air AworH
    The Gold Coast executive now
    ,.- a result of ihe eonstitiHioii..!
    advance* of IBM M I
    rabmat of i" in'-i'ini nvei i>. tin
    Add I)r Nkrumah BS
    I'nme Mlnl<--tn and an uiinftlel.ii
    mnlorltv ..f eight Africans
    b4
    | see the lesuits i
    diseose reiistanl and hiKher fiel
    I Ing strains
    what is that Mail
    O. Page 6.
    THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE!
    n Fresh Moutti
    Alll^iong?
    TOKYG
    The Unititi BUtea
    been gfpwn f.r tl* last SO ln,I(. ,., .itu,ttllull ,,, ,(ll ,, ,
    then dongside it to far EaSl and )WB n fcuropa
    a result ol Elsenhower's election
    today
    And tt:
    of John Foster Dulles, architect od
    the Japaneaa peaea treaty, to the
    Of State, would
    imnertma Ihls attitude n is
    thought.
    Thai tnaj not mean more dol-
    lars for Japan, because the new
    lion win piobebl* be
    lam thetlc than the Truman
    ,'...
    aid, But Japanese industriullstt
    think they will now win Hepuh-
    Udan support tor theli iradl
    pansion pi ins, partlt ui.ri,
    South-East Asia.
    "Trade not .mi" i.
    made slogan It will be coupled
    with appeal* for pressure agalnsl
    oh reati bi (ompetition
    with the Jnpanese drive.
    Further, the new adminMr.i-
    rjsaetad t<> urge speedier
    rrkpriiainent. Premier
    Yohnida will be "advised" to get
    busy expanding his skeleton army.
    novy and air ;
    Only one thing causes uncasi-
    i enhower's promise to
    American front-line
    Kon .i ^itti Ken ai
    been mrteratly misinter-
    preted in Tokyo as a move to-
    wards scaling down the Korean
    from which Japan IB
    earning mil Im >( predi
    lars.
    Dope-runners
    Arrested
    IHlMI KOMi
    Police hava maahdd a
    i .dion.il dnpe-iinminK kan*! which
    lieen sending heroin and othei
    drugs

    Cttei

    iUCh .1 hl'll
    op te the
    Kingdom .\
    . aughi condal
    .....m to the
    ,. I. |N.| itgure of
    ,jinH)ii t..ns. s.n'. aa
    gaj t,. Britain during
    Ihe llrst nine months of this
    ear.
    ... .
    v .aiitnoiiwi ir >' mat
    IB&I :,2 crop .it

    i.i -timd ol H so Brfialn. None
    . d aa hanna oorna tills
    I ,ii from stouth Africa
    The Brttaflh Wesi li
    >nly Commonweailli produi MI
    im h li it
    xports to thr United Kmaduni
    l.is \rai Thru i. i
    i
    lies have .ilmnat entirely made
    .(. lot till I
    lies from otlu i
    Qrm(b Improved. i..o is Ihe
    British West Indies' peg*].....
    by i.h. 1-
    or i.k. legar. whiu i.k im-
    port. i.r tugar rrom the Itrli
    ask Wes Indfea and Hrllish
    i ..,.- i.iM.,..i trmm 111414
    Ion. hi im.tiTU tons In Ihr lirsl
    nine months of this tear. Im-
    ports from 77S.K14. Ions l 4ftl.lt*
    tons
    Waat Indies
    htlll have a long way la
    , t.. ruiai the

    r.nrimoiiweulth Sugar Agreement
    n mi-eting
    I'iIca ami wih.vIwoii gleam and sparkle after
    a^iiuitk rub with Vim on a damp cloth. Vim cleans
    quickly, smixtthly keeps surfaces bhgh .ind
    polished.uithom iBOflHCh. I > Vim t\ p.its and pans,
    sinks and baths all acmr leaning
    tin I'ruted StaU-* eon- ''her |,rodi' -
    then '>bllgat>'itu
    B,|t.p.
    ftreeraekers and cigar
    MSS JACOUIIINI Auaiot, daugl.-
    ter-ln-law of Trench Presldeo'
    Vincent Auriol, has a senile for
    men on her arrival at Idle-
    wild Airport, New York,'after
    flight from Paris. Mrs. Attrtol
    one of the world's leading Bsoman
    fliers. Is in the U S. to receive
    l from President Tru
    man for her air achlrv.-i.
    i eit. ..ikel then
    v u Into the dope ring and gained
    H.eir eordldeii.... by ptising as air-
    Km a/orkera who could lamssfab
    the transit of the drugs.
    They started wort mrl* In Sep-
    tember, following the arrest of a
    Clim-.- in San Francisco nnd re-
    relpt of Information from the
    tr-iiterl States consular authoritlc
    Then, on October SO then- poll
    (dlded a Ho;ut Kong hotel There
    fat a Chinese man artttl

    nnd tin ot cigar.ties in which
    irugs were Imc t
    Later, at his home, the police
    seized more dope
    The man. David Chan, who
    Mended guilty of being In possr-
    siin of dangerous drugs wax fined
    tha tgrtrh I IO or sis
    Tianths' imprisonment.
    He was. however, described at
    mere police, who
    have since made several more ar-

    VIN
    cleans everything
    smoothly and speedily
    S5

    R.\TKS OF EXCIMXGE
    MAIL NOTICES
    l* eHM
    he Owiet.l IVt Offlo
    I'sreei W.il i.r,d M-i
    Mlim
    - iset
    1
    r*s fertrrcorrrh |
    fb i seg what cm
    v .
    , cesslve trips by ministers
    -t-ifT have provided am- H."n'neti win h. .
    ... |, Od i
    ... .,. u/aah '"el Mall and llr,.ir-ed Mail
    ill Wasl . Ordinary M.i< -
    !'l- In
    it stu
    .ngtoi
    * l ie-.
    i
    CaM>
    I.I s
    SO a .
    irdar and
    lew
    A NtW rriracle tooihpasfc
    green Memasoi no* pvas
    safer teeih and guim. and a clean,
    fresh mouth and brralh all day. It
    doetnt just 'cover up" mouth
    odour- m minutes, it aVsSraji
    thrm tort+klrh
    Meniavoi contains ocnsT chlorophyll . .
    Nature's way of turning the Ide-
    giving coergN i>t the sun into
    health jnd fre*hnes. Wo wonder
    cWoroptn II .'rv s such marvel* in
    your mouth'
    FAm. ihe active green chloro-
    ph)ll in Mcntasol oabari, prtmMs '*eir rrlurn /oe
    aseri.'Testi hare been earned out
    on both men and women wuli
    'bad breath.*' Hour* after bruib-
    . m iheir tectii with Ivleniatot,
    54 had no unpleasant mouth
    . hoarI
    Then, MenUtol's chlorophyll
    elrw lo build rmn, healthy gums.
    Ful test* on over 1,000
    i mem. prosed Dan
    I irully, this chlorophyll tooth-
    paste reduces mouth acids thai
    si use deca* . destroys germs
    tlial cause ck1v l-ahoraiory tests
    4eri \i-m ih^proeoction'
    Millions ol Amerivans use il. Try
    the mmiy ircshness of this green
    toothpaste th-t makes ioclh bril-
    liantly white'
    You'll love Mentasol... yoa'ti
    safer/word' i war no/r mouth I
    Mentasol1^
    Chlorophyll
    toothpaste
    " International Power:'
    Another Peak In 1952
    ix-rations of InUmational In the preceding years.
    Company Limited in
    Sal- For 1*51. net
    Guiana BoNsria,end i 22. up from $12 85 in 1950

    Railway. Light a Power 1951 and 1*82 was a di
    Co. of Mexicocontinue lo result which lifted the return
    li
    ir 1*52. we modest regular dr.
    . tnbutlon
    .I has proved a under Section '. '
    il to Mil
    For gr*- ibsldianes per share of Common In the torn
    to hiahrr of new tax-free *i't''
    levels in 194B and 1950 and Of thi
    .s purchased and
    Of $10,052,143 in 1951. while cancelled durlni
    mad.
    ing trM
    i-apsjeity of the com par.
    rowing demands from th>
    prevM-

    I
    s/HMtOflll
    and an
    [ les 111 t>e ulll-
    . ing tha total foi
    ' B years
    to around 10.00" rmn
    f 1*5.610
    strong in ire, mov-


    up from 12.05I.49H to 13.494.BS7 aeae of 12.4001" big up to a 1*52 range of
    loeraami of .d.i, 7SH564. awlth the final sales
    1951 over 1950 were greater than Steady progress Is made year by last week at 48.
    LOOK!
    SANTA offers
    im
    Minliiilirifi BfeSW mivhanieal
    TEI.RPHOSI.S
    MILLS
    .*' thr ili-i'liiti nt -
    The Corner Store


    I'M.I inii:
    RAKHADOS ABVOC\TE
    FRIDAY. SOYFMBIR tl
    MRBADOsJi ADVOCATE
    Friday. Nammaa* Jl. IS2
    IIIAIM
    THIS ws, the
    Coma
    In London to formulate a
    plan whicfa will expand world trade and
    .iltties of friction be-
    tbe Winii . Id
    This week Id 0. H ArUm-. "leii Barbi
    from a htm he will later
    ii u an adyiaei i" the
    i: tin I 'i . nics who
    ta at the
    fi an< <' The
    nfereni
    will perhapa help those who tand la
    depart nu utali/. ppjitatl and trade to
    te wl v SK.lin and Marx set trade
    ai the i i< ti daiarmina
    human history. Although the meeting ol
    ' Liled and
    Britiah attempt to expand world trade it
    9 many others as an attempt
    i. the paramount
    of the Britiah Commonwealth
    The RusMans may Ik- hoping That
    Britain c will quarrel with
    II markets and they know
    and Japan do not intend
    to all back and do nothing to [again their
    place in world trade.
    U.S.S.R. was not a self-contained
    economic unit Russian dreams of a split
    in the Western camp mitfht be dismissed
    as dreams. But Russia is not only a self-
    contained economic unit but has markets
    to offer to (Jermany and Japan and to
    other countries m ih< We tarn >phere of
    influci
    Mi propaganda is still effectively
    used (especially at meetings of the
    United Nations) to spread discontent
    who aspire In national
    independence. No Communist agent could
    hope to have an> followers unless lie was
    called a patriot and unless hp stressed
    nati' ndence as the goal towards
    which ha was working, Hie idea of
    national Independence can be accommo-
    dated to suit the circumstances of each
    country. Sovereign countries can be
    aectiai I | i lag under the domination of
    Americ.m rdollar imperialism: while non
    self territories provide the
    Communists with unlimited opportunities
    of spreading their pernicious dMtrtrsM
    The econotnic Intagiation of the West-
    I'ni allianca which nunhi follow upon the
    successful marking 't the Eumpcan
    Dafanca Community and the discovery at
    this month's commonwealth conference of
    a trade formula which will result in an
    expansion of world trade would force
    1 ittn in Marx's dictum that
    Man must periodically go
    to wax to Rgrrl Ibi marketi If the imperi-
    als lead to follow the
    Russian example ami form a self-contained
    ec nomie unit i\w whole of Russian for-
    .' i ive io be re> I ed and
    i i have been proved hopelessly
    Bui mntries ol the
    ubti world In'.' Io compete amongst
    themselves for markets, the words Ol
    Marx ought to be given u great attantlon
    u Statin still givsa them, u is vital that
    world trade fcn sxpanded and everyone
    will wish that the Commonwealth con<
    HI result iii mi b u Bxpansion
    Mrs. II* <-ion I'oiirs I li
    Cilllll4>S
    .[>ON.
    SPI( i t ,,ur knowledge ol hie
    with the publication of the
    edition of "introducing the Colo-
    '., Beeton, ol
    book fame, makes i quick tour row
    ' '' I tries, The result is a chap-
    in this bookie! on the
    uncommon dishes.
    Hi ra ire birds' naal soup, fu-fu. palm
    oil ri b mar.
    The only type of birds' nes! suitable for
    culinary purposes, so the booklet informs
    us. particular species of swal-
    low nrwquanttnjg the r>cks and isles ol the

    / id fu-fu is yami Or Indian COI
    with a dark*colound
    in \ fowl
    '''
    quenl ur.ject of beehe-de-me
    He is quoted in the bow
    I M.. m would proba-
    i [dared a I
    a-rubbtr. China how-
    nUi
    and much
    which
    is I chop, the curry pecuuai
    At. Ol

    tC like It, and

    an illus-
    the Colonial
    OHii with the Central
    OfTu. I.KS
    The Not Cricket Cry Is Out Of Date When Such Men Can Change Our Lives 1
    I an Wv Afford I In* Sfiiroiitf
    Over Wliiit hallV
    \1R BDCM M sns Mr bitierK _,_ . evidence from the Nuremberg- trial
    WU- K* t hlirlr*. Jr% inlOUr thai at the start of the war two
    l >na*S raaime at th,. For- suitcases full of documents freer
    ed two week- No Nantes the Britiah Emoassy in Rome were
    , MR. EDEN quickly told the for sale on the Italian black
    ..... ,. House: "It really was not my market. The document; were un-
    5J, '" r-r"iHWr" lrd Reading Important, but the Germi
    Ml Will
    said *>hat 'Jw
    author <-( 0 broken a
    Tradition that civil ervants should
    n is making a big ,hB, lKa ,,, M, i,,,.,,, Fr-., -I-
    rlalm. and a mist .km claim, if lM
    That the newspaper-
    Mfti im- iivii ssr-
    be seems to support u
    I without
    ' ,ii pubuc
    This has never been Uk
    K-.un.
    Will
    .. ( ivil Servire. was directly ai-
    tacked for his activities as Cham-
    berlain's adviser in appeasement
    Ami duniis >e Itrst world war
    Artmiral Jackie Fisher, a Servict
    f. '. .. ised.
    stuffily told the peer* he would thought they could use them to
    Ive the names of civil bretk down embassy ciphers.
    M-rvanU Involved 'C'loaed Shop'
    Wi II. who waa responsible? It rtRKONNEL: The m- lal "closed
    the Foreign Office still
    that the ailins Mr. Bevtn. Foreign opcralee. More than a third of
    Secretary at the lime ol Maclean's Britain's ambassadors come from
    appointment, had anything to do only four of the public schools
    with thw amaring blunder. It Eton. Harrow. Wtncheirter, and
    must havp been made at a lower Wellington.
    level. tXTRAVAGAM The For-
    eign Office U seven liinea as big
    Mr K.lrn has treated a situa- ^ n WM pre-war Embaaiii-s
    apswa
    has in', i
    he Maclean apgwa where only consulate*
    to) cannot be placed on cXisUHl before Kecently Mi.
    Ministers because they knew ;,,, raUed Ubena to embassy
    >" nothing about it. and canr.ot be ,tatui. Why?
    '.'' placed on civU aervanU because ^ rot tn foreign currency of
    Ministers say It would not be nwinuinlng Britain's dlplopiattc
    10 reveal any names. arwj consular establishmanU over-
    Let us put ^n end to thi* . ts nearly 0.000.000. Diplo-
    doiiblctalk. 1 will name one maUc mnd allied servi.es in
    of Sir William St tang's officials America alone cost 1.222.78u
    who. by virlu*- of Ins office. |iefore the war the total cost of
    """" S7J" : "" <* ".p*n,bih1, '- *?Zi F"..n
    10 kill il nil i
    . more c
    ate becoming public figure*
    right. They ;<.. Pre"
    >. They repreaent Brit- (
    ......' '...... l*ble. The ^
    thetn caa sea I Mr Middictoi.
    ale decision in their departments Hnd of lho Amciic.n Department Money ls frittered away, through
    been outmoded for years. II m October taiO, He Is Mr. George u Brillsh CouncU on such
    mp,'*'nl, Middletonat that Ume Head of propaganda luxuries as subsidies
    ','f the Personnel Ihpartmcni at Km to lecturers at German universities.
    Pttndgg OBaei subsidised entcrtainmenU abroad.
    And where Mr. Mlddleton to- and tne maintenance of UbraraM
    r. lit- has Just left Teheran. ,n foregin cities.
    Ilumilialion
    mri mm \ i n i mi i i i It
    actinsas British t harge 01 Atlalres wouW ^ ^^t^ Io catalogue the
    in Persia. Yesterday h. dTOVO htt fu nistory of Britain's diplomacy
    Humber ear to Bagdad OAa of tn war Thu country hus
    the last cn'.iJKi dlpiornsu t<> las""
    Persia.
    'Mm! I'njust'
    Geed J"*-. But . .
    I>-ik at Sn Gladwyn Jebb.
    British rrpn-sentative at the
    1'iiiU-il Ml 'ion has
    made him morr familiar to the
    poollc than most British
    Ministers.
    ladwyn seems to be doing -junius" hi.l bce>
    i good job. But if he ever mart ^,nnot tcrte.
    ma grow ertnt. how could Mr r(u. p,,,.
    NOW examine a second point
    Mr. USSL He said
    "most unjust."
    .( I: Foreign
    suffered one diplomatic humilia-
    tion after another. We have lost
    our oil refineries in Persia and
    sg Kpt no compensation. Two
    of our destroyers were damaged
    by Albanian mines. 44 British
    sailors were killedand we ge'.
    no compensation. While America
    protects her troops in Japan,
    obtain similar
    i, and
    in
    no success
    in securing the release of Mi.
    Edgar Sanders, imprisoned in
    Hungary, although the Americans
    have secured the freedom of rial
    .social*. Mr. Voegeler.
    There was n muddle about com-
    mand problems in the North
    Atlantic Alliance. There was
    Eden pretend that he. as Foreign oni. in rwnt ear. has shaken Eg? "
    '" * niblk confidence Security has S-Jjj". /-''_
    gfrais system of "Min- %LS^ jTtXX**2l VSR leanUr^ '^T^
    ...ins.bility" tooked ...ore u,......m ., M.VI.(1 (,I(I(1 Ex. Brujsh ^-urnen ^mpr.aoned
    n.ring last week Mravagancc is common. And ou. Japan There has been
    ..tiuiry discussions on the (llptomaCy u not getting reaulu.
    . ., Look at the record.
    Lord Reading, in the >*' SHI HIT* Apart from th.
    l,ords admitled that Maclean had Burfeil and Maclean storj. two ""^^"Vi^ vZ-Zl
    """II" ^^^SS& -S! grave incidents hav? osaw *^E^J*\V*X
    in the course oi a vioiem l(1 lll(n, mce the war
    .....""''"" n,.-,un,ruu,irr.u,1...... ,,
    M, Eton, II II..-II..UM- M Com- "b,M ,ho P '"''" ""' <"" .,v.r-.-Jc-n. Io rerm G,
    --, .,, ..... ..,.. i|-r F.tn-lK '" wHOHUii '"> '"'"' Hum
    ..;, .jrvictor*,Hw*,K,,.ch....ii- ItovChMT
    rnl il. full piclure." This """"" b,";" "' '"''- YES. there la mnnlliiiiii Mrlou.-
    II .-xaniplo ..f lh.- ouiinit thr war. photocruphm lop ]y wronic with the Torelgn Office.
    Hptamlli. halMrulh; the ooMier "f"1 ctocumeiiu In Um ambuu- Mr. Eden may protest that he
    intole that M ' " "nd "o" """ ' ,ho now bears the ultimate responal-
    1 ...-ivrlv nusleadln*. "*'"' Wtr- True enough.
    im ..t the peers tried t find Even if use was made of the And If he cannot sec. or will
    I.....sible for ap- "~ij * "
    ill, hi. record Operation Clcer,.
    ,f druil. vi.il.-ii.e. mlanlilc tan- 'ly howlc,
    I r.....munlal profesalons. *r|d war.
    fl parnlivaly senior jolt al A new pool,
    i nln OBkt UP won- Nainicr. In Ihe Nam Era. druws a reshuffle amon Ihe permantnt
    curious to know bow the 11"t '" "other itap in For- ofrlclala. but a new pohlical chief
    .,,.,i,l,e,i, came to lie ma.le. "< "!cc securily. He quote, ., well.L.E.S.
    The lpr'.ii. Ref farmer
    Admits A i:v\\ Lapses
    discovered, not admit, that the Foreign Om~
    was Ihe bigger I requires a thorough shake-up,
    of the second then "Junius," in his next article.
    .would be justified in saying that
    _by Sir Lewis the Foreign Office needs not
    i IIK LIFT 'AND l>CATH OF A
    NIWaFAPEI B J. W. Robert
    son Seoll. Melhurn 3So. 41~
    THI newspaper is the Pall
    . tie, which died in the
    nd was buried in the
    Standard H had beta "*-
    B-ofli ;itd un"
    A lemai kjble series of
    ntfi had been its editors; the
    : A. tor was. (Of ;i linu'.
    .* owner.
    Mr. ROB* doej not
    Hal he doe*
    i>m ti> light countless interest-
    ..k (and some ain |n itlttSj tseil
    -'inginshed figures of n
    (vgune ag^. And ho publishes
    iMai in vuluiin' which looks
    QeeUas .>f notes, iw.nting
    . lal arrangement.
    Lord Morley. for three years
    nun <>f the Pall Mall Gazette,.
    ,vas scholar, -itaieaman and aguoa-
    lc; he wrote ihe beat Knirlf^i
    book OB Voltaue. He erected an
    mposing monument of labour and
    v !h. Ufa of Gladstone. He
    v s a Secretary of State several
    Limes over. At one time he was
    tiumght of .is the next Liberal
    lYime Mini-ter. And he was called
    ' bs Campbell Banner-
    man, who beat him in IBS
    ' I'l.rnier^hip
    The last man in the world artW
    thought Of in cunnec-
    " itimance. Hut Sftut
    OS ITS PS 1 B Mr. Hobertann
    -
    A young married'woman, with
    ley had been on terms
    if honourable friendship knocked
    1 his door one wIi.Ut'h night and
    ild -he h.-d left her brutal hus-
    i : aj afiDrlsa let her have
    me of his two rooms for the night;
    next morning he 'aid: "I have mm-
    t-nmised you tht .only thing to
    anBBS U> your husband
    him to divorce you.
    ,.
    The husband declined to di-
    .orce. Morley and the lady lived
    'ofttbar for years, nurryns on
    he husband's dealt In spite of
    - it'itude of the Virtnrians
    :>,. team Maries ca-
    reer in politle* dkf not suffer farora
    he "cohabitation." But few neople
    can have known of hi.< a '
    -lie wuj not (Motioned In
    I books of reference.
    M' married
    W.T Bl lollowed Moi -
    -
    more Bat laraotar, a
    i >oiirnali,t .ii I

    the trofllc in young girl
    : .i-'ed from 13 to
    ;; To tilim'-ite Mje nai
    evil he was exposing. St
    elf purcfay
    a for a technical
    of the law
    But the moral reformer had
    II* la. rl. E linn.sou
    himself a moral struggle to wage.
    as remurk'le cxlruets from his
    diary reveei;
    "I have griewd my wife deeply
    thai rear by a flirtation with a
    Scotch lassie. It waa a pa*aing
    folly. I kissed her u good deal
    more than was wise or iigli'."
    "With regard to Mini'. Novikofl"
    (a Russian patriot living m Eng-
    land) "I no longer love her with
    that sinful passion the memory of
    which covers mo with loathing
    remorse and humiliation Fv* n
    in tho heighl of ihe flr.t SKI '<'-
    naal I never wavOiod- In prefer-
    ring Emma" ibis wife) . "But
    m>- head is for* bad and ii is
    lime to go to chapel."
    Most curious of jll the extracts
    from Stead's ptiv.ito journal i*
    one which Robertson Scoll has
    printed with some misRivincs. In
    it Stead describe/' his decision to
    have a sixth child: "SbaOS -\v oocw
    ceived." it gpes on. "I have read to
    her Ibsen's plays, Tolstoy. Faiths
    of Ihe World snd part of Gogol. I
    shall read OoMhe. Sh ikespeare.
    etc. She- Is stUI varioii' m bjai
    moods "
    Stead emerffes as an earnest.
    breast-beatini'. man whose own lapses did not
    make him ..ny kinder Io
    others, e.g. Parnell and Sir,
    Charts Dilke. whose political
    careers were ruined by divorce
    aclions. Stead vehemently ap-
    proved of the tondemnatio'i of
    ths<' eminent sinners.
    lh- went down with Ihe Ttlasde.
    llv the lime Stead left ihe Pall
    Mall Gazette (1800) the paper
    w.is doing badly, it limped on for
    a time under the propriftorshtp
    of the Hon. (a< ex-member of the
    New York Stale Legislature) Wil-
    liam Waldorf As tor, later ihe fjrsl
    Lord Astor. This wealthy Ameri-
    can had also bought Cliveden and
    buHl a araU rouad his property.
    "This gave rite to the joke that he
    was Waldorf In name and walled-
    "IT by nature"
    IHF VAGHANT MOOD, by W.
    Somerset Mamham. Hrlnrmann.
    IS Hit 241 pace*
    WHAT WSJ Ihe rOSSOCI for the
    appeal thai X Q Well., fat and
    homely, had for women? Somer-
    set Maugham waa fond of Wells
    but did not lei affection stand in
    the my of hl| curiosity. He put
    the question to one of Wells mis-
    tresses. "I expected her to say his
    \A ur his sense of fun;
    not at all; she said his body smelt
    WelUi could never III
    -lit resent ii when
    t- gave them up. *"11
    mistake posses* Ii
    slon and. when ;
    is no! so much thai their heart
    is broken as tha. their claim to
    repudiated."
    Maugham, in reminescences ol
    paints a
    tsalf-fnaliciou* portruit of
    young Arnold Bennett, living .
    a Alonimartre apartment, filled
    with fake Empire furniture.

    As a man of letters and .
    Bohemian, he must have a mhi-
    Ireas aa a thrifty native of tho
    Five Towns, he addressed his
    friend Maugham: "I have a mis-
    tresa with whom | apend two
    njghta a week. She has another
    gentleman with whom she spend,1!
    two other nights. She likes
    have her Sundays io herself and
    she's looking for someone who'll
    lake the two nights she is free
    I've told her about you."
    Maugham was not tempted.
    even when Benelt added, "Sh.
    reada a great deal. Madame d
    Sevigne and all that."
    Elizabeth Russell. author of
    om.e-famous Elizabeth and her
    German Garden, was a per
    whose tart flavour Maugham
    could appreciate. When he asked
    her if It was Irue that she read
    W her husband while he lav
    dying, a book in which she had
    drawn a caustic portrait of him.
    he replied. "He was very 111. He
    would have d.-d In any caie." In
    her writing-ro m hung the /tuo-
    lahon -Peace, ,-erfect peace, with
    loved ones far away."
    Musing on the lsSsrl> ItUL
    yawning, sometime-. stretching
    himself Maugham (as his volume
    of late essays reveals) Is still
    capable of a swift stroke with Ihe
    . law*
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    PRESIDENTS PROBLEMS
    By HENRY LOWKIr:
    WASHINGTON
    IT WILL not be long before Gen. Eisen
    hower announces whether he will allay
    foreign fears of a cut in the American aid
    which poured out under President Trumsn's
    Democratic administration.
    His cards go on the table in January for
    all the world lo see.
    Just before he quits in January, Truman
    presents to the new Congress his linal budg-
    et for the year 1954. It was, unofficially.
    estimated to call for an expenditure of|
    85.000.000,000 dollars, (30.357.000.000) or
    6.0OO.00O.0O0 dollars (2.143.000.000) more
    than Congress voted this year.
    The new Congress is even mure economy
    minded and many Republican Senators and
    Representatives pledged during the election
    campaign that the limit would be 70.000.-
    000,000 dollars (25.000,000,000) next year
    and dropping to 60,000,000,000 dollars
    (21,429,000,428) by 1956.
    Included in Ihe new estimates is some
    8.000,000,000 dollars (2.857,000,000) fa
    foreign aid.
    It is up to Eisenhower when he takes ovei
    as president to make any changes he likes
    in the budget before it goes to Congress.
    And the question is where is he going t
    start chopping?
    Complicating the issue is a tentative plan
    |0 transfer much of the European aid to Asia
    to meet the still developing threat of Com
    niunism.
    The foreign aid planners, for instance.
    contemplate bringing Pakistan into the de-
    fence system of the free world because ol
    its strategic location and its 80.000.000 popu
    lation.
    It is pointed out that Pakistan is only 90
    minutes flying time from several of Russia's
    industrial centres and many Americans feei
    it would be a wise investment to build up a
    Pakistani army and construct American air
    fields there.
    The new president's problem is made even
    more difficult by the tenuous control which
    the Republicans wield in Congress and by
    the fact that a coalition of Republicans and
    Southern Democrats this year cut foreign
    aid from almost 8,000000,000 dollars
    (2,857,000,000) to just over 6.000,000,000
    dollars (2,143,000,000).
    Will they line up against the new chief
    and shatter his plans for building up the
    free world's defences?
    Some services must suffer if the Republi-
    can promise of reduced spending has to be
    kept. So il is wondered whether the econo
    mies will be made in the foreign programme
    the armed services, or in the domestic field.
    To add to the problem, about 8,500.000,000
    dollars (3.036.000.000) worth of taxes arc
    to be found during the fiscal year 1954 frorr
    such items as excess prolits tax on corpora
    tion earnings, a 1951-approved increase ir
    income taxes, and excise taxes on liquor
    cars and cigarettes. If these are allowed U
    die, new sources of revenue have to bt
    found unless the axe falls heavily, Jusi
    where it falls is keeping Americans and tht
    world in suspense.
    L.E.S.
    COUNTING UP THE MONEY
    By NEWELL ROGERS
    NEW YORK.
    IN TERMS of money in the bank and ir
    people's pockets. President Eisenhower
    going to govern a new kind of America.
    After studying income trends, economic
    experts disclose tonight that America is be
    coming a nation of one classa middle class
    Of course, this did not just happen oi
    election day. The economists went back l<
    1900 to see what is going on in terms of in
    come to the rich, the poor, and the in-be-
    tweens. ^
    THEIR FINDINGS: Total income L|
    being divided more evenly than ever before
    The richest tenth of the population is get
    ting a smaller shareabout 15 per cent. les>
    tfatn in 1929. And the poorest tenth ha.-
    doubled its share.
    Millionaires are not going to vanish ncx'
    year. Nor will relief rolls. But the trends
    do show that a bloodless democratic revo-
    lution is going on almost unnoticed.
    The old sayingthe rich get richer anc
    the poor get childrenhas to be changed foi
    the Eisenhower era.
    The rich are getting poorer and the child
    ren of the poor richer. Average wage foi
    factory workers is 24. 17s. But remembei
    that price* are higher than in Bntair
    THE Aga Khan's ten-year-old chest nu
    mare Hastra fetched more than 10.000 a
    the autumn thoroughbred sales in Keene
    land, Kentucky. He sold some brood mare
    for over 32.000.
    INCOME TATC men are to tour seconder
    schools and teach the youngsters how to III
    To income tax forms.
    TWO STREETS from Brooklyn polio
    headquarters Government agents raided at
    illegal still. Its 35,000 equipment wa
    turning out 1.000 gallons of whisky a day
    Tax losses to the Government on this drinl
    amounted to more than 6.000 daily.
    Just Received - -
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    in Prtsenutfain Boxsa Also
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    FRIDAY \(i\i MBI B
    BAKBAOOS Al)\ OCATE
    I'M.I IIW
    Salesman Jailed: Building
    Breaking And Larceny
    m;w siatiov wai.u.v
    Committed
    Unnatural
    Offence
    Hii i.'.rdahip the Act
    Justice air. J. W. . Chencry ;it
    the Court of Grand S,-
    i
    DeiuiJ fbi
    ,md Ethan Bnthwaite (IS) of
    aj pleaded
    r'atural OfllMKI OH S.pUrnl-1 *fi
    B.ith defendant
    sented bv Mr (; &
    Mr. W W Reece. Q.C
    General, appeared for the Crowi
    Mr Nile, ked the Court for a
    medical report about the two
    defendant* before pricing sen-
    tence. Mi- alao said 111 '
    land the aflMHWi were placed
    on probation and nii'othlnc wai
    dne for Ibem Hm ol ;
    Imprisonment was not looked
    upon m'i imi-U.
    Mr. R'eee MM th-t the youth
    i] uni inu'i be
    Kgainst (lends. Hi
    postponing sentence but the court
    must take a firm ttttudl
    prisoners who commit the of-
    Tence.
    During the time which these
    offenders are on probation they
    would continue "
    i xtend tin in h
    fed lime.
    An Astlze jurv at the Court of Grand S
    day; deliberated fur 20 muu&Ui *n m Forde ol Richmond Gap, -
    and entering the building of Lyn
    1 McGl I if Street bon> '
    -i :>o and September l and stealing arl
    nftro
    tiia Lordahip the Actta Chief Justice Mr. J w B
    Cheneiy Meitenced him W three wears pen*! arvttUaia
    w Reea w I I helped jet Bmai
    Led for the Crowe, from j eaf* I a slau-
    ''1 I- I I A p| .. ..
    ship told Kot.l. t ,llf t the sa/,. Th, pl
    I apparently was bent on were taken bv l> I i
    .: bad life and the oflenee (.r.iham
    < >) Hra'hwaiu-
    '"ic-d. Crw
    Mr r%rn carri:.u.n
    1 r |l ..... PoljO
    .'lied Cranam handed him
    by the LjTOCk C situated at finger pi I K.-rde
    fl the huilding on August H* <"mpared the fbv
    'Hi September 1 found which were tehee
    fly had bean v"lh ,l:*' ""^" pcinut whJ
    .. ;,n taken from the hand
    Moor. BceUiad and both wen
    Among the items missing wen- Forde told the Ju
    i beet and soap, not saying that the bujldj
    ArUclai betoaataf to the Advocate ""'
    i ..Liunur Aii-tin brtak mtO the building. Most or
    also missii: rhe Police the witne.-ses had told lies against
    St. Andrew
    INot St. Georjr*'
    The Oener.il Board Of Health
    on Wednesday approved the
    ihvi-iou and sale of 193 acres,
    a roods. 80 perchei of land In
    lot. at Walkers Plantation. St
    Andrew and not St Qeorgs.
    It waa Inadvertently stated
    yesterday that It was Bt
    Oeorge.
    : |innts from his safe.
    Cl ffawe Iliiik**n said on
    August 30 he closed the building
    ... but on
    !. when ha I
    the building he noticen I
    i Into
    He checked mc articles belong-
    ing to Gardiner Austin and fount
    that oases of corned beef and
    tocth paste were mlMUtf ROB

    him The Police went to hli
    .i found nothing
    "I am Innocent of tli. I
    Forde told-the JUT3
    Five Y*ur Plan
    AjmI Jeweller)
    Ho-piti! went into nervier
    Seats are colUpsibla for
    ttH
    Cards MlaalaMj
    Wanderer III And
    Viking Going
    To St. Lucia
    "Wanderer HI" and Viking,
    the two yachts that crossed the
    Atlantic to Barbados on the first
    part of their round-d
    voyage, sail this week for St.
    Ussta
    "Wanderer III", with Mr. and
    Mn. Hiscock on board. l.
    Lucia todav while "VikiniT. with
    crew Mr. and Mrs Holn
    tocaorrow for the
    tion
    From St. Luci.i. "Wandf St HI'
    will go as far as Antigua beforo
    goinj tt.niugh the IV.ti.nn C.m.'.l
    towards Auatiili- After "Viking*
    hi i SI I.ii. i l> WUI
    ht-ad for the Panama i
    Mi- ItolmHahl told the Ad-
    vocate yeotarday thai th
    have liked to go as far
    but crulu P .idequato
    chert
    0 ii oyage bach
    top In '
    Barbedea,
    i-ock. t n is lo

    way bach ti Kngl.ind at the er.d
    woild cruise i
    if I dp not return U I
    on this trip. It *
    froni today.
    Both Oh H md Kle-
    i much ""'i
    were sorry they could not have
    pent a longer period here.
    During the debate on Govern-
    ment's Five Year Plan of Develop-
    ment and Taxatiip. some members
    <>f the House of Assembly suggest-
    Tho-ma* Ban Held, clerk of the ed that Government could have
    Co. Mil. sjid he went g*m*d more revenue by Increas-
    to the bond in James A. Lynch'* *nB lh* import duty on |e
    building at McGregor Street on In " interview with an eWuuci'-
    SO, On September 1 he "porter yesteraay, jeweners id
    returned to the iiond and noticed ,n"1 any Increase on the impon
    thai the locks were tampered duty would lessen revenue that
    U Qn luck was broken off might be gained from this sourer
    of paper were in front "If import duty is increased, a
    of I he door Jeweller said. '\vr would aulumatl-
    Playlng cards and twine were cally import lesj. )ewelleryf<.r our
    .ill over the Boor. Playing cards "lo* would drop immediately.
    nwr.Pd by the Advocate- Co. Ltd. Therefore, though Government
    .Slip- would be gelling more on the vari-
    M (Uir Moor, said that the 0UB " lno, f**x"*" Wftff
    b Co., has a slockroom in l"w<-llery would be such that Gov -
    \ Lynch'! buUdlng at ernmen-would still make less than
    A KEW STATION WAGON fo. ;! M,t .
    ve>lerday. It can carry -even passenger*
    stretcher c*r-
    Mr. IJnle FeaBr, Msnagai of the Conrte-y Oarage hand- i
    switch-key to Dr. R. M. Lloyd Still. Mr-dt.al nperliiledent, Ment.l
    Hospital
    A similar van for the Oeneral Ho-pltal waa also delivered ye*tet
    day. It Is a replacement for tl.c trannportatlon of patients
    Man Gets 18 Months For
    Fraudulent Conversion
    2 Piles Sunk
    For New Bank
    Huilding
    -eight piles have
    >een drtvan into the grow
    if the new Barclays Bank
    building*. One hundred and
    I
    will I-
    the spot whan
    i ,: .- now
    >enig demolished.
    Yesterday. Mr. George <
    0$ me work. v>.i-
    nuking his 1,1st pa*1 "f 0M >' tlh
    piles. Each pile muat support up-
    h l> 45 tons.
    teat Mr, Caul-
    eld h..s bofH fOnr-fool cubs
    ie hi.sk ..11 tea >i the pile

    .md a h.ilf ton> The
    Df the weight will ! mads
    . hanaal
    HRK'KS ON WHARF
    v. r wharf was uttered

    tdad froea the Harrison
    Kavfarer, the imly vessel
    Bay.
    I Ha>farer atnvvd in port on
    Fueaday and atnee lhal
    - ng -in.11.
    .1 I .!!_>.
    WABI TO SI IIOONKR
    Workmen warn iinullrina aad
    lnunj the Schoonei I'IiIIIh
    1I.1 IiImiIi
    I .'citing the Davids si ship-shape
    . .His rot BrrUah Onhnu

    OhJUM FOR ST l.l'CIA
    OaatMaal 10, is .it
    Inading cai p I
    Lucm. She expects to
    Baliinlai
    PPH told the Advocate
    that he is planning lo
    make a trip to one of the lala
    ad bW k lo I1..1 ImiIiii eve) \ui -
    I-iti'r he h with Si) more yards of mainsail
    Cardimal
    Polish
    For Red Composition floors. Red Tile-
    floors, Brick & Cement Paths, etc.
    Agent: A & S Bryden & Sons Ltd. Barbados
    ENCE of in months' ImpHgonmcnl with ban
    labour wo-, paaaed pn 4J-yer-ola thanle
    HI LorcUhlp the Actin Chic
    ifter he was found guilt)
    bv ,m Ataice Jury yegterdai ol the fraudulent eonvaraion lafntii on imk*k
    of $600 bakmgtrii to Lomse Nawton on June N ibis year
    ('undent I.G., was built
    h Bay Street,
    r. Ernest Lorde.
    at
    raids owned by
    Ud. werejnlaslng.___^_ "rhe jeweller also said that if
    iS^?- "" "ul'"" '0"w lh" u".o^,^.
    About 7 pm. the same day he
    saw the accused with a push carl peniicn Claim* Committ?e
    : 1 Lena, Th,. top of the
    K Park Bt Philip
    I fol the Paid un June 30 he went |
    1 N house and
    unrepresented. accuaol there.
    Brown km geea him anno 1
    count ind Brat Ik 0003 aha ban
    he was charged with the I bui < plaei
    of $600 balongdng to i/uis,. New.
    I" the arnased Btoarl
    him with fraudulent conversion Louise Newton banded hun $611'
    of $600 00 .'in lo buy g pleea i land
    f-ra-xi examined Rock said
    accu cd b
    of the bond. He did 1
    hi the cart.
    ('pl. .1" im> .1 l.> Uip
    The St. Uiey Vestry yc#tcrda\
    decided that the members of
    1 km Clauna Com-
    11 RtOa i>n again constitute this
    year's Pen sounlttoa
    This decbion was mad
    Investigation Depart- th* Vestry- eorwid. >.,
    : I the Courl lh "" ,llt' Colonial S- ,
    ,. ., mg whether thoy thought the
    September 1 about 11.45 a.m. The Vestry member 00 this ,m-
    vei to thu nutlee should ix- changed or
    Who -;.ni it a rhathar the member was Willing
    Police Constable Asht: 11 Marshall U> serve another year. The mer.i-
    ol the Plngei Prlnl Bureau went Iht in- Messrs. c M Ym
    nt buildinit icpresentiri. and G, C,
    - Sept Ward and w L On
    Polieo Afake Arresl
    Throu^li^WSvstem
    Two rap lead over
    Pollea B] lam i I Wedn
    cne earl> :')irit The
    -
    .vhen ,1 woman report *
    .
    Brlttcns Hill. The l'i IkM C t
    ualmdaa
    later and ,.i u- t. | m Us. The
    with the

    $2.42.
    Tl.o .... Bull
    children were bi
    Flint Hall about 32i p.m. When
    the Pclice arrived four minutes
    later, the children had dispersed.
    About L50 -.
    \ OriSth mi H.ch u k Btreet re-
    ported that she saw a thief in
    her house. The Poltci
    live minutes ialer, but tound no
    cne. S3S was reported stolen.
    V'li'iM ChairiiiuiK
    Of Coiiunirtsiou
    During Uie at n
    colony of Sir John Saint. C M CJ .
    Chairman of the Public B>
    I'otnmiwmt, Mr. A. E.-Dougi..*- Inf. He is the owner of th
    Smith, MA, has been appoint-d Fora. (an international 30
    to act us Chail :- i of Antotnrtf,
    lipgkHl t m week-ender. He was C
    Sir John krfl the buand >H '.i"nal Yacht Cli
    thb we. 1 ' "f Dublin, from 19461950.
    the Regional lYQliomc Con ..,.. (lll
    . ca. -o.i a -- -.nymg Mr. OU
    Conditions In England
    Gradually Improving
    CondHlqpa in England were gradually improving and
    ',e narrowing of the trade gap erg* vary I'tnuuruging. But
    real progress was difficult s long as the U.S.A. peralated In
    its huh tarlfl policy said Mr. J. J. O'Leary. Chairman of
    nfellil i'm (London) Ltd.. and of Cahill&C
    1': inters of Dublin. Ireland.
    Uiuiw Newton, in .Kriculliii.il
    labourer of St. Philip, said on
    ) ana gave tbi

    Philip
    i icra Be-
    fore she handed the mo'
    j man lo


    ; be would
    give her the receipt the next
    Baa
    Tin i" ..
    I he COUld
    1 hjj the
    'mn.

    newspaper and


    .
    land. T1
    ruling,
    (.ol Suspicion-
    On Juh "i be got =i
    the accu 1 ited the
    matter ui the Police.
    Cross examined b) ttn
    .....I that he
    went t'i bai place for the money.
    -1 rd him $60" '
    hi 1
    Alwyn smart c.t. taki-i of the
    I'nlire (nsUble Sparr.. *
    I
    t iund $2H un inn
    :l Clull tick
    iht hi had
    time to l I
    .

    Maid Jim' I 'miiiI the'
    '..
    1 Hi June
    1 in.hi banded but
    1 . ,
    The OovernRMnl launch, star- .
    <- 1
    She is docked on Ihe wharf, op
    poaite the Governmenl crane.
    Yesterday workmen were working
    DO the stein of Stardust
    Mill iftgn M>K TKtNHIAI*
    SS AUielbrook. which sailed I
    into the Careenage 00 W<
    1 veiling fri>m Trinidail, to.
    ..board lld.000 gallons of mola>
    1 ho same evening and later -.!<
    fur Trinidad.
    She Is coiiMgend lo |ga
    Jason Jones ft ('", Ltd
    that day a
    .. nded ovei
    . ..
    Opt lliniii- of 1
    1.. the St
    Phllip'g '" Louiai
    \' the Ahnahouaa he
    mom v from Ihi
    Mawt
    \eriis.'ll If re l-l
    iio im
    that the accused
    !i..d $2H and some Itaibadoa Turf
    Uckd hU packets Th 1
    next day Ihe accused made a
    WhlCfa was taken down
    ' I ,iii<| signed i'v POUM
    Janic-. Harewoad of Uttig Bay.
    the ."uaod told
    Inm that Louise Newton hud
    given him $fiO0 to buy Mime land
    [01 bar.
    I ba .11 .used said that he was
    not K<>mg to bu| the lend but
    was going to put the money on
    Ihg Hank
    uaed lold him nil Ihis
    nl. they were In the S'
    Philips AlnishoiiM- The at | 1
    handed him Bank iio-.k win. h
    he gave to 1 Uojrd Jonee aome
    1 .ter.
    stage the |>
    .1
    t> Id Hi-' JUT* lhat he
    was a patient al the Aliii'hou.e
    (or some time.
    When he was out of the Ah'i
    u > he aaw Newton but she
    IVe him $000.
    lie l^ndship then summed up
    t.i UM Jury who nmmi' ! .1 V0I
    di.i of guilty of fraudulent con-

    lliMna niaga
    LOUIS 1.. 11 \ V l.f.Y
    BolUn Lin.
    M$WE CBMML
    TODAYS
    B*
    speciM-2
    NUT CREAMS
    KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS
    PHOI.NIX and CITY PHARMACIES
    Mr. O'Leory arrived hen
    m the week to li.W 1 A. from Trin-
    load or. .1 brief visit to Karbados
    and is a gtieat nt the Marine Hotel
    "Th* great Btetea,"
    tinued Mi : ilu not ex-
    pect to export to the sterling areas
    everything fior...../or blades loi
    1 ana a; UM same nine '
    nakc it difficult foe steiling area
    to Mil then goods Ul UlC
    ISA. It was only by selling goods
    to the US.A lhat the sterling area
    would cam dollars t.. buy U.S.A.
    goods and dollar grants were a
    poor substitute tor reciprocal trad-
    Views in l' :: i was go-
    ing :<> New Yoik arly In D
    of Ai
    can Industry, to which he has been
    Invited >>. thi National Associa-
    tion of Manufacturers and would
    again air his views 4here.
    Mr 0*Laery*e home Is In Dub- ;
    Itn. Ireland He is primlnenl in
    Irish Industry and a dircclor of
    I |US (Irish Air Lines) in
    which the Irish and l" K. Govern-
    ment, are th. chief shareholders '
    He hopes to play some golf while
    in Barbados and also get tome aall-
    W I
    M
    F. A.

    M
    Accompanying Mr
    K.
    . Mi M v.i;.
    also been appointed to I J(i 'mous publishers.
    ' K......m.sfncnd.hips
    T" amongst headmasters and V
    ACTING vThXI \k 01 FICEB
    Miss If.
    1
    abeence on leave of MJ
    Vaugnai
    -
    Teacher. -
    ....
    Welfare I
    of stud-
    ents Studying the text >>ooks that
    > ryen in every household for
    y generations.
    1 l \\l IMIMH "
    Mr K ! ''
    brar an -
    leave wit
    mh
    -.:
    I'xti mi nation
    R i'suits
    PASS LIST
    l MVI.RslTV OF LONDON
    ISM ItMl IIIATi: KXAMINA
    I MIS IS XII lS2.
    ' Clyde Benjamin.
    IN. Samuel Christopher.
    '
    WARD. Eric MocDonald.
    Make
    HARRISONS
    Your Headquarters
    for Hardware!!
    Catoy'a 4 HanMll Crarker
    with Mlniatuie Toy^. Novl-
    liM and Charm* from 84c to
    SS.59 pot Bor
    Xma Slocking. H.Z7. 56.65.
    $11.27 and S22.5S
    CAVE SHEPHERD
    & Co., Ltd.
    10. II 12. 13 Br-.a^l
    Street
    DUB STOCKS
    include
    I I TI.KKY in 3 (innl.s
    WISE IHSII COVERS
    TOTATO KK'hllS
    KITCHEN KNIVES
    FMKKS ina SPOONS
    CORKSCREWS mid
    CAN OraNBBS
    FISH KKTTl.l s
    VACI'I'M FLASKS
    ICINO KVKIM1KS
    ....i TUBBfl
    WIKF STRAINERS
    I LOUR SIFTERS
    \V(Hin SPOONS
    ICE CREAM FREEZERS
    I.IMF. StJI KK/IKS
    I'llTATO CIIII'PKRS
    '(IVF.RKI) ROASTERS
    BRI M> .in.I I \M TINS
    ANISTER SITS
    MEASURING SPOONS
    PASTRY ROLLERS
    TIN GRATERS
    \l*i
    A Hi, A^Mirtnirnl nl DflOhMttC llililifs in
    llGLASS. ENAMELLED. TINll
    II and ALUMINIUM WARE II
    Diiiililirss
    Vim uill
    Tt'qilirr MMM
    11. |il....ill. Ml-
    nd
    Ail.lilii.n.
    Int
    li.ilh I ,1.1..
    mid Kilrhrll
    This is
    uli.r,. Wt
    ran lirl|i
    lor
    .. him- a
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    ruga ..I
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    Ki'i|iii-i:i'
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    Y.uir
    Iti'illliri-inrnls
    HARRISON'S
    Hardware Si
    \\42 & 2364


    PAGE SIX
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, ISi
    CLASSIFIED ADS.! nBVU SALWS T,TO AND WIFE TO THE OPERA
    DIED
    IOBBAX
    Vanetr Store Thr
    M rtBstRwa i.... i
    *] f.:t
    room and
    I MH l"-glr Hall
    | tMVM DM
    Hall
    THANKS
    COB II
    tnnao hi
    PM Inrlr .MTipath. Ii
    FOR MIM
    HOUSES
    i i M *.m*i.ii Ml
    brdruoni Our
    Api to M. C Field Dial UH
    il il M <
    FARAWAY PuIJ) un.i.n 1 oe.
    100m houw 81 llili^ i-a.t. I.ihi.i
    . lUpv Carport.
    II 1
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    n.ng rha.gr IN ADVANCF.
    KOOIIVII v al Boad.
    ludmg Irigidal".
    ptit>nr ard RrdifT-nkiri I'hona m
    WANTED
    I OH SALE
    Pleat****. SI Jamci
    Al'TOMOTTVB
    mo M tan.
    It NWh
    Nreiaal e l*-H...e UN
    II II rtSn
    *ibetoa-ad.
    n iNai 4o*> d>-ii-. >;> nignt.
    CnarM* Smith HUH-*
    ' It H P Outboard Motor-
    ..-xl in Al conditidn Ap*l>
    rte. Kr*. Caallr PHa l-bo.,.-
    JO-IS* II llll
    ELECTRICAL
    K YOUB OWN PHOORAMMK*
    PVt It. II M >
    LIVESTOCK
    s
    ft<; onrr.
    I .1 -.. I
    t, BVitton'i
    REAL ESI ATE
    bhi>ai r. Mutts . a
    i n MiMdini on n.en
    r- feet of land
    -ofiUUM 1 tpm gallrrH**.
    imi diouig and b<*aklat rooena, 4
    bedroom* oath uh i mining water
    it4-na-,ell* lolkrt and bath twirl. It**'
    >d ga. O.r-ir t *e.v.nl* room* with
    lolUt ami bain in *ard. alar. Or.l-.id
    lipntinn evai > ** Drl-ffn (hr twnir-
    Trl* iku-r property will be *rt up lu>
    Mr at Public ron-prlH!> at Our i.ltkr
    I Luca. Sinrn on Friday ihr JBUi
    November al 1 pjn
    rAI.niNi.TON A SCALY,
    MALL l-l b* i|i *n .....rt II conalrK of nouv and "nop
    Frier MM
    Tlirre Hi .mall 1,.,,-iU-. II King'
    ViSage. .-I fur low. KlM Sum
    On.. >li on-ll ptuprtl) at Field* Oop
    Hank Hal! with water and ll|ht
    One 'li atnall proprrt. al Falrflri.
    H.-d. Black Mil .1 romlata of >. ui
    an acra of land and double roolrd ho .-
    DAKY A
    SCOTT.
    Auctioneer
    Middle Stree-t
    W .1
    I
    M More* Dwelling)*" I*
    i the nprn land a
    I'M! HAIJ BoAD
    n.ding on U,a".i aaju-ie

    MECHANICAL
    I AMrfA K.-I.fc 1^. '
    lllrri UOii lot quick
    Appl% Rraltor- Llrf
    '"nr
    It II I
    Ilk -.,.
    fa<4 of land.
    -.ii*l public kbm and eonvanwrr.
    BMttttttP. "^ Oovrrnm-ail WM
    aamlaaa Inatallrd
    Oaiafr tr m >ald
    InaparlMm on appMration to air
    lludb>M.n rrrxt door
    T"* Proprrtj mu M l "P fo
    . p,iblic cdonpotlliam at our arB*-
    Jmih Stro-rl. BrMrto*n on Itiuttda
    nth Hovrmhar I V"1
    YKARWOOD A hOYCX
    It 11 -o
    M18C ELLA N SOUS
    Piatola. 8*in. Kin.. Jau Bawl- Doll*
    i-k Rar.|in| frc-'i M crnf up 0
    HLTCHINSOM CO, LTD Di.l pttl
    M.II M dai
    HELP
    MISCELLANEOI'S
    HAITf II
    ton inRFiY In
    nailt and prk-r to
    to m*T
    ....! londltlon Full
    H... Q H Adrorata
    II II St Tn
    pmummu.
    ,rr nlrb^ aramti agatnat

    Ml'PTll ... MALI ' *< Ot
    iv|lanalbl> for br. or any-
    .ulrarllna "> ilr'i' " drliul
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    |vv ^1 Mlrhaol.
    In
    . ,- air lii-rliv i
    I i.ngCTdd" " "' tMA AHM1
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    ...I m>II ir ,.. : i
    , Ur rontraHM an> J< bi M
    namo unlaw b> a wtlttrn nln *lfnrd
    r'Wfrr 0T CLAW IXACOCK
    BOAT 11 7' t" Boat NAHLLS
    Mi.ru* Marina Erginr Brduttlor Of*'
    ri-Jll and rn|lna In Sral a law oid>r
    Raady for launching, too li> load on
    kaal Will aall w whole or rn-lna h.ill
    nnd trad i-paialaly loan at Yacht Clut-
    Phona Dm Maaaiah oi Akisnar
    II 11 tt~n
    Schuti-Kawal ki .
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    or |l Apsl: Rralton 1!
    Horbuck Sti m. or ption, tjtf
    It 11 w f.n
    COQrWi
    uraa quick daaUl to FUaa. .^
    Cwkiooch ObUlnabla from all Ta#dlnd
    Sloro* In two oUaa IS or t) M, t oi
    till.
    BUJ IimU i
    rd I-vatnr>
    II. tin al all
    I II 91
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    huahal
    . I M Li
    UBBOIIBI now u, tha Dnllr T.i.(r>
    Krufland'i Iradini Dailr rfawrpapri noa
    arrivtnt In Barbadoa br Air mlr a (
    Jar* aftar publlratlon In lnodun. Contac
    Ian Oala e/o AdtocaU Co, Ltd Lara
    lUUra Tal. till.
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    a law r A. C Ba.-'oft Apal. i
    Mr. Bancroft For Inrprrtlon dtafjl*!
    AUCTION
    UNDER THE &ILVER
    HAMMER
    On T'laaday IMh by order of Mr* T >'
    tfca art will aril hat **uinltur< on !
    Flat Whitehall HaiUn<
    which Incliid*. -
    -l"n Dlntnt Tabla. BMrboard. t.
    hl chairi. China Cablnal vary
    lorrli Arm Chair* with ptm cuahloi
    ittolitc Top Coflrr Tablr Oj -wi-
    nd Coah-Tall Tablaa. FJctrle Fit
    lamp. Round *" Dro Laa! Table
    l-dy'. I>k. Bockrrv Waon. Baiblr
    i hair all in Mah|anv. Claw a'd Oilna
    PyrK and China Duinar Borvtcc*. H*i*l
    Chain and Roattara. Flat T-ip Of*
    I hilllpa Radio. Morn* Yrrandah Chain
    Slngl* Bddalaada in Mahogany and 11m
    . lb Vono BPrini. Drrp Blr and Fibn
    Maltrraara. Mlr*d Prw. Draaatruj /"!
    i|r.l.idr Tablet all in Mahoony. Cirm
    I'alniad Pro- Draaaiivi TahI-< Bad CnsaMt. HMh Chair *. Hfnvno.-. *-.-(.
    Ilrdatrad and Ipi ! Praacnlil flriila
    ratnr ill monthai in parfrrl nawiitlcin
    ..-. Wmin(bou>r Kefrlgtralor. KiKhr
    Cabtaal, Wara Plaaa. I.araari Knam Tm
    liblr Nrw Falki I Bu'rtn (HI Bin*'
    Burnar Valor Blovc. Kltchm Tablr
    nd I ..,... Il.h. b-lmi FWrtric Stov-
    oodi Okrflan How and many oUmi
    mil
    Irf' modrrn
    and mrficralt combined t
    YEAST-PHOS v* yonr key
    ^ good health._________
    YEAST-PHOS
    GENERAL TONIC
    On *I1 Mill" Ik-co
    Freanr with very hitlp USC
    and KiMiaiiii-v 4 ft. long x
    2 fi 4" 2 rt. huh.
    OlH AS STOVE Er
    Rine* <>Vi:V .ifiil C.RIM.
    completely n*)W. One .mall
    Bolt with Oar. hmJ Hall.
    Apph MKNMKNIIAM"
    Tin* Hill
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    I.UJIOR UOENS^NOTiCE
    i ilii'i of lenot l l>"d>'n-
    -( Sooen lam hakior a
    LMJUO' I -.. No IT* of Iffll (lantr-
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    t c. R i.w.itmi r^i
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    AUCTION
    SALE
    AT
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    Canr Batlaa
    ... rfati Hat Stand.
    Ii. i ith _lm-
    of Drwmbrr. IMI
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    TOUCHES YW/

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    AUCTIONEERS
    Jotttk h4. Hitf
    - I -
    FT A
    PHO.ST; ttto
    N
    Broad sir-ri
    HiD.W'S NEWS FLASH
    MODEL EACTORY
    ENGINES
    Thai Work By Steam
    AT
    JOHNSONS STATIONERY
    mi k himfS
    WILL
    FtlBAY
    NOVEMBER
    21ST
    111 BARBAliO* *Q1 \TU* CLl'B
    NO III I III 'HIII.
    Metier -. harata ai\n thai ih* aii
    cloard In Meii-b*"
    N..'.MiibiT Mnd to>
    I COW and TATT- Bali
    .ATUfnAY
    ttin.prlilii."
    Itv m.lr'
    Ihr Comii-i
    P SPIJ.CEJt.
    Hrcirlaiv
    *l II !
    UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
    RIMOVAL
    Thi
    >|.pl ICI
    v....
    |,.or l*.
    rrrnrct
    fitpdam.
    Colonial Contribution
    To Sterling Area's
    $ Pool Exaggerated
    i
    Slate Robes
    Are Being
    Renovated
    , Many of London's leadinx Wtl
    End lalkm and coun d**tRFnkavr'i
    LUI*UO>. g,^ tutv f^j,, rawiovnttnt; ihe Stme
    IX) THE official figures published by the British(robes and mantln of noblemen
    Treasury oxag^erate the Colonial contribution to the ster ifor iho CbroaaOon of Queen
    lint; area's dollar pool? EUzabarfh which ii to be heir1 in
    Dr. Ida Greaves, an economist who specialises injJunc next '*'
    ColoniaJ attairs, believes they do. Puma which will make tha
    Hei tiKument. outlined in n rether with private capital in- Coronation ceremony one of the
    recent article m New I'miana- flow, resulted In an increase of blft*"t pageants of this century
    wealth, is that ttst official figure-. Colonial sterling balances of I ana under way. Her Majesty the
    overrate the Colonies' dollar eon- 472 million, from W5 million
    lubulion because there is a "dot. at the end of 1M8 to 7 inillion
    lar cost" of Britain's exports t.- at tne end of 1S1.
    them. The Imports of the Colo-
    nial territories, this argument H Is tne fact that evenW have
    Joes on. "constituU- i. fai larger failed to conform to the professed
    rain upon the dollar pool than intentions of policy which ae-
    appears from the official figures founts for the interest now
    of their purchases for dollar*." focussed on the Colonies' dollar
    "If the total demands of the ea-ning*. says Arthur Ha/lewood.
    Colonial territories upon dollai
    sources were estimated, instead
    their direct imports." Dr
    igtieen has already appointed
    Coronation Commission under the
    chairmanship of His Royal High-
    ness the Duke of Edinburgh. The
    Commission Is representative of
    the United Kingdom. Canada, the
    Commonwealth of Australia N^w
    Zealand, the Union of Esuth
    Africa. Pakistan and Ceylon. The
    Prime Ministers of the Common-
    wealth countries are member* of
    the Commission.
    YUOOllAVtA'l FtlMin aUISHAI rrro and his wife maka thelt first
    public appearance together as they attend a performance of "Aids"
    - Raprti Opera Houst. Photographer! had previously been allowed
    i* them only when tttaridln* -Lite functvoa. rrstfMrnationai;
    Creaves said, "It Is doubtfu1
    whether the ne( conlnbutioi
    they make to the dollar pool
    would be worth mentioning."
    This argument has now beer
    refuted by another ttudetil of
    Colonial economic affair'-. Arthu
    Hazlewood, of th<
    Vwrglty Institute
    Studies
    Designs Emerge For Jet
    Powered Helicopters
    LONDON. Nov.
    BltlTAIN is jjoing ahead with the development of jet-
    powered helicopters. Several years of experimental and Le_
    . ,.,, f" m . .l i from Britain, it should alsc
    test vv already emerging. It promises to bring helicopters right material content" of Briti
    Mr. Haztewood points out in
    an article published in the cur
    rent issue of New Cenunen
    wealth that il could be Just a>
    easily argued that there is a dol-
    lar cost of the Colonies' export
    to Hi italn. where machinery and
    materials imported from the dol-
    lar area have been used in theli
    production. Similarly, it is ar-
    guable that if the Colonies' dollar
    contribution is to be debited with
    the dollar cost of their imports
    Britain, it should also be
    "If the Colonial territories were
    obtaining an adequate supply of
    ,-c:i,r-. uTiports, of rppropriate. __
    kinds at appropriate prices, to The Commission will be con-
    raise their standard of living and cerned with the numerous and
    to help their economic develop-,complicated administrative ,,i-
    ment, the situation would be'rjngements required for the forth-
    greatly changed," he writes. "The coming Coronation. The Earl
    Colonial dollar surplus would > Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, la
    Oxford Uni- "hen be seen a* one tide of n .the supreme ceremonial authoritv.
    Coloriol mutually beneHciel sterling area' __
    trade pattern, and would cease to There is a mounting interest in
    be seen as an example of Colonial the British Crown Jewels and
    I'M :
    ati
    -L.ES
    Landslide
    Victory Was
    A Surprise
    The Presidential Electioi in
    he U.S.A. earlier this month
    i'hich ended in a victory for the
    ran candidate Dwight
    was a surprise
    ports to the dollar area.
    Mr. Hazlewood proceeds : "Co-
    lonial imports from Britain he
    tweeo 1947 and 1951 totalled
    1,200 million. Four per cent
    i the estimated dollar content oi
    Britain's exports) of this figure
    Rve* 48 million ;.* the ap-
    proximate dollar cost of thes;
    mports. The direct Colonial
    contribution to- the dollar pool
    aval these five years amounted
    to the equivalent of 377 mi.
    lion. If this amount is debited
    with the 48 million worth of
    dollars indirectly used by the
    Colonies, their contribution still
    .cn^Aisrs ^st^3f
    rid Tribune.
    Adi'ocdfr yes-
    Even if allowance was made
    for the dollar cost of Colonial im-
    ports from other, non-Colonial.
    terllng countries it is hard)
    to lets thai
    Si Ji
    the hold
    Hot of ItW gram.
    of a boaidad -nd >kUhV"
    tiwtdrao.f ali-.had. utiiaUO
    SI Jwira. to tmovr mS*
    i-oardrd and .hlntiad <
    atth ibadronl atlacbad altuatad ..i
    a, |i j. not, '.
    l. .1 maaalaaa
    Dated i* Itfl. day of N<
    te.-g H NOMB. t>d .
    MairMrMa
    nto the forefront of modern air transport
    1'itclval. one ot several aircraft
    companies working on the Jet
    project, ifl aiming firstly to pro-
    duce a l.ftlng unit, not a complete
    helicopter. In effect, this will be a
    motor-plus-rotor. Designers be-
    lieve that once the lifting unit Is
    fully proved, they can then turn
    to producing any number of con-
    tainers to fit underneath, built to
    hold either pas-enger or freight,
    or Doth.
    The power plant will comprise a
    specially designed gas turbine
    Itted in or near the fuselage, and cPubl
    oroducing a high pressure gas to Eist'iib
    drive the overhead rotor blades. """>>
    This can be done by piping the
    gas out nlong the blades to the >hc Omaha Wi
    Una, where it bont* out at high Nebraska told the
    .peed, causing the blades to rotate. t%^__|- n.riv^.^r, ha. ster"n countries it is hardly
    Spert. say this form of gas- .J^''*^ lh.^ ? for ?he" P0"*^ ,h" * contribution
    jrodunng turbine will be light be*n 'iving in tne u.b.A. for the u.,.llLl h. r*i.w.i . i- ik,
    and rconoir.Ical because of s low i ',st ss years He arrived here
    fiwl coemption. oveT lh'' ,wf*k*nd., for hoMay
    Work on the special poworplanK 'icomponled by his wife and Is
    and the blades U well ahead. They *">-' "' the Marine Hotel.
    tested Ir, an underground "|J that no one in the -it is difficult to agree with
    nit. where the blft.lei can be spun s expected such a landslide Dr. Greaves that a sum of thir
    -ound at high speei safely and ',uru,i the elutctioiu. neverthe- magnitude Is not worth mentlon-
    -omp ,;,uvely qutetlv The usual ^ th(,> ** J'"1"*, in S' 'm"
    wnv of testlns hlad-s is in an ,,P** no* that Mr Elsenhower
    Zi-vnuTciu "' bw'" "d* President. But this argument about dollai
    "If America has a chance to earnings. Mr Hazlewood con-
    Aiiother British company, practise Individual enterprise and tinues deals with only one aspect
    Fairey. is adopting a different ap- the people arc not taxed to the or Colonial trade and payment*
    proach. Large gas-turbine unit! death, the country will go ahead The conventional view of sterlmi
    pipe compre.ised air to the tivo very quickly," he said and add- area trade Is of a "triangular*
    i tor blade tips where It is ex- ed, "Our great trouble has been pattern, in which the Colonies
    peugfl by pressure jets Some Of the wasteful expenditures and dollar surplus Is offset by a sterl-
    l.e compressed air is also passe*i extravagance In the Govern- Ing deficit. It Is, then, at the Col-
    M two ordinary turbo-prop unlta ment." oniol trade as a whole that wc
    mounti d on the wings. must look, If we are to discern
    I i | -LWi.nl flight, moat of the "America is extremely pros- both the main problem and the
    jlr Is fed into the*,, wins-mounted perous. but no one can keep much reasons which have brought th
    -ii .limbing it goes la ,MV became the Government question Into prominence.
    I'- > rheod i taRM n away \n taxes. Amert-
    i.uiey*a are working on a num- rans however believe that this
    One is
    ARTIL S HEADLINE
    (Ua-
    "... And ii Mmmmyi little
    Homing Mini if rr r*mdy
    for hit hvc hvci ? *
    jegalia which will be used for the
    Coronation ceremony. Many of
    the Crown Jewels used in that
    Coronation of the late King George
    VI have been displayed in the
    Tower of London and have at-
    tracted and been Inspected by
    visitors from all over the world.
    In few places In the rorld is so
    rich a display of mineral treasure,
    anfl the arts of the Jeweller and
    goldsmith so easily accessible to
    the inspection of the people
    Mr. Pinero Dies
    SAN JUAN, Puerto WcO,
    Nov. 19.
    Jesus t. i*inero. ilrst native
    Governor of Puerto Rico died
    of a heart attack. He was 33. He
    wa* elected ResJdeTit Commission-
    er at Washington In 1944 but
    resigned in September ISll when
    President Truman in a suryme
    move appointed him Governor.
    He retired in 1948.
    -C.P.
    would be reduced
    330 million.
    Difficult To Agree
    i"
    riei
    Holelo*i*
    nil \ IAS! OHSSHIDOl
    -TBaiJBBMr**' "
    , LKen-n. c....n to br held ...
    l Orrrinbei. ISM. at II o'clock
    I INjlk* COirrt DittiKl F II-.
    S H NUKSR
    ^We* Magutratr. Dim F
    Holcto* it
    ii n is- in
    Hole* Wi.lrl.rs
    LOUIS L. BAVI.EV
    Bollon Lin
    ADVOCATE
    STATIONERY
    QBBTSTONK. AtTTNOB
    Juat the IilUi shop in
    and Xmat Carda
    '.W/.V.'.V/rW//AV//r',
    To Owr
    | Friends and \
    | Customers .. \
    S We can still supply the V
    $ following' ^
    X I
    Tins 2> .-lb |ln Ham i" $3.82 N
    Tina Aap Tips ft
    Tin* Asp. m :; and
    Tips 0 .....
    Bet. Cocktail Onion.
    Tins Hostess Pea-Nut
    Tins Craw fords Aasl.
    BiacQlta II
    and aor favourllr ?
    3 Jb !> Rum
    |
    jrB & Co.. Lid. i;
    40-sea.. 31.000
    Utothar i' lor
    nth
    nd 1961. the Colonies had an ex.
    . machine !i h^SS 15 SS- ff^ UIjgu" o1 "~hB,ini0f- T!
    at the tall and
    curs and ttksfl
    iunm lor three
    p.ssenger-.
    . i> big-
    ger heliiopu-i- up to two or thrc-'
    -niics the 'i/-. of this
    ie those ol the Westl ,nd Com-
    p n\. wh.ch envisage yet anothei
    nt This hot the )e
    r-ually mounted at th'-
    tip of each blade
    -L.E.S
    during these
    policy ot the British Gov
    Since leaving Barbados 55 was to help the Colonies to dc-
    \enrt ago. Mr. Doorly worked as velop their economies and to rals
    , civil engineer with the Union thair standards of living at
    Paclnc P.;iilrnd for about one greater rate than they could b.
    and a half year., after which he expected to achieve solely from
    erv with other railroad com- their own resources.
    rules doing surveying. Gifts and loans were therefori
    He entered the newspaper busi- made to the Colonies to enable
    ,t i tiftv years ago and was nt- them to pay for a surplus of Im-
    i the advertising and PrU. But. in fact, they have had
    i ii sections of the Omaha a surplus of exports and this, to-
    Persian Oil
    For Italy?
    ROME
    A Persian oil representatKr
    Abbas Parchlde. has arrived II
    Italy to sell Abadan oil.
    He Is In Turin trying to arranui-
    deal with Flat, Italy's largest cai
    manufacturers.
    Tttore della Zonca, wh>
    tgned a contract for 10.000.oik
    ons of Persian oil and who Irleti
    o run the Anglo-Iranian block.i :.
    with the Rose Mary, Is reported |i
    e taking part in the negotiation^
    As the contract Count dclhi
    Conca signed in Teheran was n
    oarter agreement, It is believed I
    s trying to arrange to pay for th.
    illwith Fiat cars and tractors.
    The Count is now In Swltserlaiui
    o tee his partners of the Bubrr-
    berg Oil Company to which he hi
    promised to re-sell port of the oil
    t and when he succeeds In cariy-
    ng It to Italy.L.E.8
    IV
    f
    rid Herald which has a cir-
    r.illon of 200.000 and publishc
    morning and evening edition
    nly except Sunday when there
    only one publication.
    Mr Doorly became publisher
    he in wspaper in 1934 but re-
    .d two years ago when his son-
    -law Mr. Ben Cowdtny took
    Mr, Eisenhower
    Con/era With
    Mr. Duties
    f> from page
    In Nebraska he said that there tiution will come here from Wash-
    was an Xfcsarben (Nebraska spelt .ngton to report.
    tiaekwardsl Festival which has Mr. Dulles was another on the
    I teen In existence for the past increasing list of Foreign policy
    MXty-flve years. Every year at and military experts on his en-
    thls festival a King and Queen Bagement list as Mr, Eisenhowei
    . ie elected by the Governors of went about the double task oi
    int State and this year, the preparing for the Korean trip ana
    Queen elected was one of his ,nc building of his new Adminls-
    rsniWaughters Miss Gail Young
    Colonial Research
    with
    . rr.
    i rage 3.
    6uim Dicej.l
    L-oncrete lanna? The averag
    0jf cocoa over Trfnidad u
    lot) lb. per acre; the average on th*
    i>est estates is somewhere between
    .irtO and 400 lb per acre, these
    new. high yielding cocoas air
    Koing to yield over 1,000 lb. an
    icre. Tho^e scientlgts and research
    workers in laboratory and Held
    who are making this possible arc
    the reel heroes of the twcn.le"*i
    century. They are the ProW
    ;ind Drakes, if you like. Mr. Spr.i -
    er. of this new El,7ibethan A< '
    They are uoing out on unchari '
    sens arid are com:ng Da
    rich priies. benefiting not only o
    own Bnd the colonial peoples h '
    tie whole world.
    ration.
    After the meeting
    Dulles, Mr. Eisenh
    Mr. Harold Stassen. unsuccessf
    .nulidate for Republican Pres
    dential nomination and had
    .. mncheon conference with Briti:
    horn prelgn Secretary Anthony Ede
    '.ir,' " attending the U.N. Gencr
    v ssemblv.
    Mr. ELsenhower's Press teen
    y n'.terated that for secuni
    ieaons there would be no advent
    i.'tlce of the President-elect'* tmi
    if departure for Korea.U.P.
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    FRIDAY. NOYF.MBFR 21. 1*32
    TRINIDAD LEADS W.I. BOXING
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    Game Here ?
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    tmtiiui:
    ' square-
    MonteUa mads toll win dm; wtih a

    iivii.dor ihnt
    rOK THAT
    LOOK
    AT THE EXHIBITION
    ROOK* MABOIANO livid- 111* bait for tua world haa-yweiiht chan-
    piounhlp. pteMuUd Xa bin by Mat FUiscbei it Uto Baaing WnUi-
    luncheon In Nw York Rocky baa announced >laa U fight one* a
    month, (tatting In mid winter. f
    IInlirmmilunat Sowndphoto).
    umnAaw:
    i
    I
    ,.,<"
    ViuiHitet Mi H
    Germ* ii .
    that W far
    '
    tint broken rid* than lie cat* rei
    i* (Is of concussion, block eyes,
    A( .....i |r.,i tap lo loe.
    ' last month
    eft ey when
    1 I fell,
    mde at
    nham a ith patch over hU
    The Ring nag Hiel*..">
    i
    '
    Tint pii.f
    fnllowine
    ye n
    ore brittle
    of other
    first HhiIm-.

    1 i rulatt when


    ht hi) been well
    In I- he first

    ITial waa
    .
    i
    II >nch or-
    n.il risks as.
    Left " leoa, one broken thigh.
    liar bow
    Juan Fangio Will
    Return To Argentina
    MILAN. Nov. 20.
    Ai. ntine speed champion Juan Manuel Fangio will
    Italy for Argentina on December I according to his
    Mend il present al Clermond Fetrand, France.
    Ki-i-iiih driver Hosier, but he left instructions
    here to book him on a plane leaving for South America the
    first of next month.
    ------------------------------------------------ Regarding his present tlay in i
    I: ,m, friends *atd Rosu-r -cling
    -.ii behair of ihe rrench Auto-
    mobile Club, tl seeking Fangio'*
    rrench auto races
    next year. Friend* said Fangio
    agreed in principle tt> '
    aJu par! U) Iha French Grand
    From Clermond Ferrand.
    agio will hop to I>'iidon to meet
    is slated urraent owners of llritish BRM
    famous rac|ni. .
    iber 13.
    WE OFFER I n
    NEW SUITINGS Ivtli \*mmW
    Plain and Striped rwMd$4.23 S6.ll. SG'O. SS.42 yd. 1HbbV "V /''t
    English all Wool Pick & Pick in Blue. Grey. BrownSI 1.78, SI3.05 yd. Vlfv < t^LH
    EngUnh Fancy WonMd* SI 1.58, SI 1.89. SI2.91. S1S.02 yd.
    English Pin Sliiped Serg. in Navy. Brown. S Black S8.56. SI2.00 yd.
    Engliih all Wool Garwrdtn.. in Fawn. Tan and Groy,
    CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
    BROAD
    U.S. Football
    At Wembley
    I. INDON
    The huBabaloi r
    cai, kho football fin
    I an [..Hid.
    Stadium D
    Wembley has toon an Olympics
    Games, countless English foul- _
    r-t.ll ami Rugh> bnttHBl dog Automobile company ol MOfl
    Two week* ago Fangio signed 1 j$|h
    igreemenl nh llu^Maserali j^j*
    A MAFFEI
    SUIT
    MAKES A BIG
    DIFFERENCE.
    liing re tided ..it the
    I
    n a loose horse
    In ii'ip
    Hut for II i

    vlnnan thai
    'Part of I in nil
    Think nothing of u,"
    In some of the ."153 race*
    counting, (or world competition at
    , i .,( i Maserali 2.000 e.c.
    baleTta have
    1 bones 1 Imvi
    n my time. bu< | I
    i. -inosa.
    I
    and a !- di hand '
    give of hi
    living "'in of
    icing and raUgfoui ralUaa. tint
    iever American football. "If*
    he ttrsl ami probnltly the last
    . the powers at Wem-

    All IK. are ex
    (icctlng 30.000 along. The teams'
    the I- s A \ f n
    Ibt ii Chaoipionttilp,
    Seml-llnals will be decided in
    the nexl month. Top b I
    Britain Is drawn lo DbU
    i'i...... In Fran I the ban
    teams from North African and Friends or Fangio lau.
    ill tight It out at rumours that he was signed by
    Fi.oikfuit. The winners come on iht. Ferrari Company lor .. rmm-
    goi to lake lew U) lx.ndon. V "f races in ISM. These rum-
    :f >ou are going to be any The tlnal will malu ITi
    k hke Yankee Stadium, com- tt.ien it waa learned hat both
    rUowt never lit pla '"' 1",, bands, pretty. Alberto Ascorl and Luigl Villoi
    hirted drum majors and had not yet signed new contract*
    "- the company. t'.I".
    YOU LOOK
    YOLB IIKST
    ......re megaphoned cheer laadere. Ix>n-
    lent] of bonaa I linnk I've go) "en and social clubs
    and there plan to linn up in (ore
    hvciihi od .i of 1 i en riii
    [II nil rival banks on either side of
    stadium.
    ate ol the lax-collector. Wembley Stadium Ltd., i- let-
    i can I."
    allv.
    US
    put
    L.K.S.
    lloviiii; Hoard

    imd pun. i became a
    ^^ i found

    ore dbtap-

    nd MOru
    Liugh.
    ll
    these trouble' the f.
    "
    their dia , zl
    ,.,,.... ncGrcgoi scored an im-
    ....
    rum w
    to uln ihe
    W< fellowi do mind taking ttng the ground gratis. Proceeds
    isks. hut we are not paid hall will go to the R.A.F Benevolanl
    I I nd and u> the VS. Welfare
    income-lax at whatever- gervsoM Fund.
    a|lB>
    Talks On Sugar
    Price Stutlrtl
    WcQrogor lieui*
    Mvrvyn Rase

    LONDON. Nov. 20
    There has been a holdup In
    Ihe talks on Ihe 1B53 Sugar Price
    Another meeting was held at ihe
    I'l-xi Ministry this nfternmrn
    eminent icprcaentj-
    n.es and Umpire delegate*, nut
    . fti'i ,m hour and a half, the
    mealing wai djournad withou*
    .n beint: n'ached.
    It is now obvious that the
    - lea agreement will not be con-
    Wfl iudttl until nexl week. Mr.
    i Tournai Sedg- MaeCowan *nti Mr. Cuke, the
    Ken West Indies representatives, have
    renewed their provisional home-
    l l'
    -
    ard plane uooktniis which had
    i ii niade (or this weefc-c
    1 They'U Do It Every Time
    ~. By Jimmy Hatlo

    KaiiKiu was favourably impress-
    ed by Ihe new Maserati car whjON
    ggafjna works on direct gaaoUne
    when Frosilan Gonzalc*
    lOOk With It an exiellei.t
    plaCS in the last automobile OrBfld
    i'i ix it Monza after n thrilling
    duel with Alberto Ascari.


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