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HAIIIIAIMis \ll\lH.\Ti: f, nSDA, |,|. IN K %  %  CaJiib QaUinq CROSSWORD 1 II I I I I a* ~ip~ dV k*> .-.*;, JP hi < m 1 1 5 aJt >*' ^ 1 ^ BBw— '' P j^; < BY THE WAY ... Bv MACHCOMMR %  i %  %  iui tail %  /•'• rw-tllK ..Htl'MlK llldhl bi,-k guard*. threatened the trim %  aerial i| I to %  ** M flMBV %  when hem win edle*. % %  ..*gms llgtl< ;<-m-nt. : I U \'J Njatc, '!• HW CLUB atOttOAN %  CODllQS MUM) nil a*"irdy LightA* I t danriim Thr la* pmplr m Ltir foreground were MIUIIK thloil* out". i ilmoat everyone \1 JOHN RAHH <; I'. I A %  inda) bj Ml If. ftrtiinuil la 111,. R ETUIiNiN.. I %  Hrrvnt \iniiilM M (> K IIKNWICK At tt*mk IHn-i lur at. ~ I N BUI M %  : —• I tie an.srr. IM.4 QUUI '/, rti vrtvfOBd u> prod'."* • Dili Uie UI uQ %  i X) Bwnbi* moiMr. <) %  m UML ilntf ||| i a. i EUUMT MlCOaaaHlU. Ill %  V:ut you %  1*. %  U. Own. 141 /.. d l.i nri!~ •,', ih %  warpath \ I %  rm -in i .i.ii .a. -— .f.„.vw ill ou id Miiinon u?ho Is %  %  \ \ %  > the hall Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Sptnd $10 00 Cash It d %  > %  ) : %  place War* dee The biga* • %  purchase tbi Saner the Gin. LOUIS L. BAYLEY %  I Mm I • '1-1 %  if ,H.| JHI*. kl.. . (M.lBd f utliabl.. ) t M/lllONS OF WHIMS A6ll JHAIf I da £ ,• List'iiin; limns COLGATE aao*i L,I. i .in. M an (.in who spent her .%  inter in Harbadus last year, back ifaln (oi %  similar %  "". \ In guest at Huttings ( iirehai %  • j itir Accompanying Mr*. Ranwick ... i-. Miv s Virginia ll VbrfUtUJ tha bland f %  the tlrrt lima. A tir-du-te Whit.-here, thi "'• %  Unlaaa1tji or North iiy IIW1.A. i l Mr. ,mrl Mr.Cremhtoii Btrch ol l "" %  •"' will be going on next „ ., ,. "Canar". Paynes Bav. St ,1 unai ""• ' thUnivernity of Miami OoeA tram $1. I.uriu MM bat %  \ ik-gree. tan. tan. fW 4iarta A ,„ „„,„,.„„, hrr .. u-te .:....: Ih. ILMing. Hol.1 u.e Mr rr.urnf.1 from ,i VIM. I Ml. Jjm HaniiUoti *ho !j S ^"^ <*" Thurl.r Snr^S m England by the 8.4, De IM Ari .' %  ',l """"* >r** and Mr and Mr.. Alfreda mleror Mrs. O I H if 91. A Barnabaa. The u*m H,. pita it leaa* by [..A v. from Caracas, "fzuelu "i Ki i Civil Bnciiteer mJMaB. %  M B A B, %  rl, Ca1Baa*i I..i Hospital afhtmi tha waa 1T **"d Mr. Warron Tnorpa twg • mi in td. is A %  fber A 'latattil Matar& at the Gr.nada %  raaldad foi foui Sehool. rlufncd llM m Barh 00 Saturdnv m.r • Christr nrriaaii t u JAM \B iMt-i-ntn ihina in ih* inurnmi. k *• %  \> if T tourarir. How .m I rtott-B" Miould T !•> %  I m. Ihimt mat -ay nd ot lh" You 0 p m. Jloaarl, • — It..I'lUr rhO" I 6 |i m T MB • 1AM III ri %  • IINI tiv Ij.unii-Knt pf.Jtt.blr i-ondllmn. Bill don'l pesenHrtlnal* o. fallrr at hanl laiai, mid >ou ran IKBJN'AaT II %  • MJAB4 N m ri.. BMtra .-ar* urad In Bnanclal Tiallw in piopaaition* .ifpftma '%  ". family Th. N.-v 4 IB i %  ..i.-i aaasM Tna Common >• I tb %  pm. Tio N*w> in i Prom IV I SJSJ Cleans your teeth 1F§A Cleans your breath ~ -: v Helps prevent decay I" 11 hi .i.d it,., aid -I.. He %  M" I fa U.C. m IVAI. in. Advi < '" n.w i A on s ii. i I %  preparing %  ,„,, „,.,„.., %  „ ,„, v %  -— —— !" aomini viilt of the Inh ba employad H tb. U I ] J i A. to %  nend theii ,. ,. ..*,., Ml CallBOaaf is I former pupi for Chrislmu* H^linfi nmrlnul$,m W—\ In irulni -r Harrlaon Collatya, and a mamM R Fid \U i RfaftAI -^ ... '" r "' th '" Empire Cricket and ,,';*' % %  T ,,K mnrtm "-' k '"" F '-"" Club. Mr. Tho„>e H *' Aruba recently of M. P.e>the ^on „f Mr. Clayton n.„r,>e lea) Band, (oAaarly >f St Jnmes, I'oor b t rn•pector of St. Michael Bafbados. iimi MiMaria C/Brian, HIOI Mn Tnorpa and al i al %  '' St. Jitrm, hut who baa "..-n-onlan. begn n-sidiiiK for tha part foui n tha USA. M '*" Wonlh* renirned to the USA. .ifiei the ., Ai-dihnu. and the aroon M irt ^Aap, W |f v %  %  B '.VIA %  On areak-and to %  %  Ckri t tMQa Kntirluinmi'iit 1 MIFv 1a %  •nil be KIVIIIR .moth, i |*rformo'clock. The pi v. „• iin.ri.,,11 Camtml M l Da\VlD LAHK orOj *' %  propHetor of the Mr Band, who a arlUl Ihk I. %  " l ; "-'tirned from the k* iva ni>Manla.< liv n I n\} I S.A y T.C.A iftar ipanding tw., WtUl ., %  '"'hs p imllday with her relative* '*ff ra K* A larn number of Barbadian MM^WU^ U1 ..... r'.iffVer \mt Sim 8omUk| to t.ikv harpa badot Olflce. Is dig S.S. Braill from Washington He will be maatpni Clarlta. W and Mrs. Edmund Clarke of %  i Mill. Si Joaapll; wore L KAVIM, H Poartfl long the paaMtUKTB, who btfl HWIA ..M,,. mmnim: I!' 1 .'I 1 ""! 1 " W-lnovd., I,. I. W I .A (-. the USA. Mi.-iklUi i-wWf with their "auni Mni iith Todd /.i/A IKrthmay .. %  I dance. on Saturday with %  Cwmraliihitiua* C l %  I, Mi Albert A OUtli .iger of tna aVtann Bay Hum Co.. '< ..'..on headnn't K i -:. rilK h \i:u \ituAI ATIC CUB N'OTK I fO MRMBRRS The Prire of Christmas Eve and Old Year Dinners given in Sunday's Advertisement i niter-, error < OtUULr PHICE is Three Dollars .md rift\ Cents <*S*(t) each. 18.12 52 In &f *>* &f N TODAV " •pirn i .: | .1. %  %  an ia • m ll I1M < %  11H ..!„. ; I-, Ml I -I.O...I I'.irl .. t, aao p.m roshi P1a,u Itm* al% p m n.iu. %  l-.ira P.n. ... 10 Id Always brush yotar tO*b right after eating with COLGATE DENTAL CREAM FREE ENGRAVING AH pon= bought from us will be engraved with your name or initials free of charge. See Your Jewellers V. II. 1.1.11 A A CO.. LTD. 20 Broad SI Marino Gardens, and at Greystone N/illaRe Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped or strikingly relieved In 43-90%* ef cotei In doctors' tails! •Ara you Rolng throuah ~etMii|fr of life" sufferlag the -hut ilaaitea.'* nerfOUS tetiKion lmtabLllty and oilier tvi ays in II %  .... of fuiirtloiinlly-rallied Ireaa of this tum>-uli time? dJjT "' in Then hem's hope for MJ! In taata by doctora. ydiii PlDkham's Compound and Tablet* gave "IW from tueOx dUtrrai In and 10% 'respectively) of the casea tasted. Complete or strUdae relief I Surely you mow that Lydia you know what It hs> done for "Cirri/ But do you v. ... what it •111 do for innNot It rou .pwi f ,fltiu) mil ,f lim.l. % %  i, I.,n. Plnkham'a UM V|ni>la <'on,pound. OT na imp .vd i.blcti %  nth ..1. "4 im. .n.l dlaOarar h< v niar'. ftwirr your "chaac* f Ufamar bat romif" ipo-.'.i and alrU — aaKartBn from (unr-tlonal palDi •id ai.tr !" i,l mao%  iniation -find i-inanam • •OBdartuI tOOt II OUSMHai a* wm di. iaw araew &&£&i6tooA ...the gift that recalls Christmas every day vi ft** & to MNKI I \\\l>\ to the wforld—via TCA. \%  I* a few comfortable Hour* U) Montr, .,I Of Toronto m t^anfOO i n. %  aaBtsU i"(p'" KNOCK AND rtnorrott--l.li A, .%..." Ill oitlt VMt s.AMi %  %  • Und-. I AND \X AMllTKAN (11 I Hll I \ IN Till i'llll lillM RM'I'RN OF THK TEXAN < (Dale RObl "I IIIIII-.I-IN Nuthl. lllh I' t RlTrfl IT IN - VVHIIT1 VMIIIMII.I \ WIN FRRK—4)Ni: :t Rt KNFR F\LK -*TVF •>. '.'. %  .','.' r ','.'.'.'.'.**' r 'ssss*'s.~s.'.'SS,'.'ss-'> %  '.'•• %  '---'------••'•' %  -it.ia P w ESTERSROOR UN You Chooto Iho Riaykt ••*- for rh-a Way Vow Writ* l\orv day oi i ur **ift will be recIIM with happy memories of ClaTaVtaBAB win it you giva i •"ii-rlii.-ik nitparftet irriling taassnunant. ... .... utj b | %  :'. 'i e They make the mnet iitd k leis .ou cfaooag eiutCtly -' tin| Irmn 33 nmnhen-'l and interchm venhle Point St vtea! O&tewtooA yomi Hbopplni iiitii.'iilhiAntnony at^i ah I(..H II -ion. oi OWN Moon •Ad t" KOVAL U.l two 1 Tody 4 \ . MOMVMoos loin I I IUrrl-i i i.l !! %  HIGH NOON n.. Sl. of a mast to run IVORY HUNTER Jr> T*etm:.lrBA IDSB* OI """ rifs.Ki KATIC 010 IT Hi. 4 as a Wad s, Hill Donald i i "T rtta vm -• at IBI MM.I BM WiUi Vartln i i i ..Ktsao. W1 nrt Ttiii .'.,' A w.n., 'wrsTieffir. 8 f^g^ WOSIA.t NATII i.ovra SMI Mrw..ii Otarairr J-*n Wavo* ^lattonr Dtatrich BACH Wllh utciiir n-r. •ai stnti i I>I "304 J CXBSMJ I(hr II mi. . ,iu. j.,.111 now > follow -up my < hrtfctm*s i-oiivinument. Moal ul It it M K. R. HiiliU-'. Showoom, this year . not thiusual thlni". < ii lunui j in fart. Baatrtoal Home rlajayaauaaai. attraaHve rmtum.' Jewellery . a colleeltoii .it line walrhe-. picked up on the way Ihrouih Switierland. And Toy. naturally, from Santa's I'nllmlted. "Porlablr Tvpewritern will please mao> i NIMI t-t Hermes I've elver the lot "There yon have a few of the Tree bend1m Item* thia Christmas Lots more to tee when yoa rome In." K. R. HUNTE & Co., LTD.



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TCESDAV [lUI.MBh.K in, Ikfcl HAIliniMis VIIMH WE i \i i limit: If Dot aavad bot .eeUng Salvation. plUM Will. f~[ mii; IMM.K Wblrt MakM Balanced Education System /Weeded "GODS WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" J _, ft. BObarta, Oop*l *' Book ft Tract BarrlM, 90 \ Cuuti Aa, Bragor, *TA ,* *.;::'.•-: %  .;'• %  *.-,-,','.*. V,V." BILE BEANS YOUTHFUL I %  FIT ../ Ja? g I -full of rign ale Be.oi mil Jso nub you n.l, full ol .crgy. cheerful .nd tucsculul fouwul tie. hare inJigewon.lle.dcbe. ut be cur,Hip.ie.i. Inferno %  nred if you take Bile Betnl I SUM TO SET THESE MEDICALLY PTED HI tffBntlD PILE MB Child Must Be Free To Form Personality %  .... %  %  . % %  Mr. J C HAMMOND rto .k df1 ft fUl I lege in a lecture lo the Eli-n-.-i %  ..:> !•.< %  SftllJftM m i %  Saturday pointed out that "for our education to be healthy and fruitful we must keep a balance bv academic training, character building and technical ti-ininn and "not allow any one thread to dominate the othera Mi Banunond abo called attention la th* dangei In n. attng the child uii % %  '" l "' moved as hiaattara think tit. nae^Mtiiaj thai individual personality which is las inalfc Mr Hammond said.— **" a kaln : IT is a great plea.uie W be !efe today, and I am deeply ,v %  t.nscious of the comnll •aid to me in Inviting To part i %  i i pan in i#t i %  %  Jury school.* h*vr ren (-(.portion*. Thr f gevundary school faciti-, jUi.il.lr when it ~ la appierlated that there u nevere boy*! mere % %  I dor> nut enLhaa thai id glad to [<,• ft| ystelf in Ihll mftftTB) Mtther bri i which I belong. ol tlM ike %  rj school. < %  "•"• Training ... |o I'm"IIIM i...' ii.lur.lly lo Ihc ...oblatn •• •f !" "d "' n "" 1 "' thought, which I laid a the kill s, hoolma.1. uscal % %  < !"•• dlwaa ol m,warld '* %  "•"' %  ••'• "" to build cltliaiu -you know thai -bevauae in thu W '"•• training ol character and mhealthy emMr, placed on 4 ,,, „, .4>.ilil be judged ..ii in m i l .Ml i know thai I crl> compclcnl lo Mdrm you. of leeching the nee grot which %  ill ni i that lu tone WONDERFUL TRIP" Tkfi how thousands of axporlanced travaltrt dotcrib* their flight* 1A PAA and wries of thought! '.mii'. whlcn mai and wni %  'lies -n : nectrd with oil i-TMom .,,.. and discipline ,f great Importeli paid. The m*t n ,-..->i la Ike ho hai noistiot of .1 whme i wards 1 hU ow %  pnnenta of '*> %  b*> ike othei !i"* *• '" ; '"" method.. „.,.,, Tftee have never iwi able (u put Please do not mlaui.der.Mnd g?<* '-* '"' examlnai u. opptiMll ',' %  %  %  • %  %  %  %  %  ma ihe ,n. hut. K it Uke place. "" '""^ cellftd, foi met We km*, island pwourci in uBOtftd, x ""' '" "• UkM re-ort %  pftMUtv, Wrtthoul Bee kwai to tt iwaUtn raatury ou incoherem or )u plain cnmUc.1 procc Mupld. 1 h.vr had eomp.r.live>"ltrae Hie cee.l good ol ly mtle lime to prepare ihi. the i.tl am consul, o< a i" lnev.il Wf Know now now and otaeivanccrn inconsekule •ducatlM : .' •: % % %  !" .,„,. ganda. and how ., child lie. of il knowledne %  mem. •. M, nave reacted --'. Mujor llini.llllv Mr ili.:ipi.i"Hi.eiii In %  O" major , dt-r. P.'rn, ,0 a. ra , ree b d '.T ;v." 'give "eta**! toSS .mum pu. ,.-. Jo. . ,„„,„„, s i^vinuig x xsdz . ,: ' • nndu,, TroS ,;,.""We" have ncdenuc alillm.p KfcVtH r^ of machine, we nave mi" %  %  ( %  Th ,„ ,,„,. haUvn In higher nn r.irniiig. .1 "" 1 made an obK?,I 7 .l m : • The re.ull > %  leWld; ?i^n 'crtoeiV and who Ihlilkface lb. eo.1 a, U BOB '""' % %  '•' .mLTlk lul 1, !" of ou ,,ulred. Thoao who r, ^1 if. u, orcach n U.* -linT 1.7 .Sort I ar. %  an %  %  '-'" %  %  %  plagued wilh .. muHll,,,!, these iroublowime love to abttrnct th> plum fiom Ihf p % %  S oe only their OWI -it ihe patch-work i Uttl vrho nui! %  %  ha tninlna ftloni I %  prldtingi 'f oonaei. pitch > real *n taterfftrti D vtduftl rtghl ftlaniy Thoxc of irou who Atdoui Bux> Bl i. of a World' will Indivtdu ftt.i.i 1 1. %  Three Aspect Thev it'U %  it th ' W : in 11 ..1 %  < Luminuiniv hfti i"r.-. man, tor It ta tl thai the rellgtoua, the polltl-.tin. on Ihoa* who letoul M DftTand ihe wahomlc, and the! UN pattern moat of our troubleti comes Irorn particular i-ciin.n IIU' P of tbOft. three each rukrft ***&. J| 10 enlarge Us sphere and domable. You will ,r,n m ^ r 1 0 *J" ( \ %  ISal Otbtnt The medieval only the 'Alphas were ow !,,;,,.unman* i^lft-OW, full intellectual d.-velo, !the RerTatoSS ** P'^arily lh e 'Ep-dom' ..-.. in Wblcll drugs to a sUnd. Jl i, vi 1prtmarU] tcoaon-lc, .mbtcllity, %  • infti The edueation.il lyiterM hftvft ,,rrform their men" 1 % %  M gtf and Ihetr %  ''' n,p llr t s *" h "" 1 ^ ''''''" oiodeni rocAaeUc, men were edurated t< not li iiful orlci ii \ old 1 HI gpiin .111 Hunk .if ft 1 Kiiplrtcly. %  .. ..-. ..: 1 i-nd large the onl) randidaU f' ba set tneer pn le. tlvft from thai limitiil clau entry. In paulng, it ig thai thw i* thr same uncial problem a* that which hav 11 educetiao JuM thg .III.II a .ti.-r.iiMlull, to now <.u\einmellt Aid Toda] tali hftg 1" 1 '.1 inn., ut ub B ldy to lucaUon. by the wide ^^ ^ p ^ ur# ^ un(w -1 the unlvamt] dog ,i|v|il|i iboUtion i.f kM 11 the 11. % %  1 ii. .f lecondai •rhoois. Unfortunati I 1 1 perij un. • ii.ne been Ii •porl HM U certain to |...v K'-HI divi. .-. tha mimbei' 1 I %/f A MERICAN Mti#i/> Umi ns tv. CMI. A C. I>d hMM un IAHM tv*-*.*•-.iwai the. sln.iil-l ilium rancour. Tile hie tlional plBJll ,„ Bran N' wi.ii.i' b, prexu; UK To. %  ,nd Hanoverian nehaols %  . ; : %  A, unlllled f. .c.led to he genllemen. 11... have reaehed "„* "g *.'SJ its-?: cational pur,>ose. We "" \> %  •< %  J'' f ., ,.„ ... T |,e',. %  train our, children to ^ enn^ ,.,,,,,,,,, 1. i, (| ,.,,..,.. ,„.,, ,, b much hU| lot *T 1 1-.1t to alTli.Of value m the ..mii-i.lion but it ,..,e and %  ; '. %  % %  liewnte; d ke unwtoa to nrcept the Practical BklUa third aahool ..f ulura f %  I %  iiihiii' nl. '., train 1 muie Uirough miiai skiiN ttian Uwougfa NOTICE tlan nentlemen and_ *_ I to .6*1of V.I V 'K 8 i?.Id^n more than • If vmi I av '"'""" %  "•" %  '"' IK ''""• &*"*• haekneye* ami 10 more in. ^ | f >" ,,,„,,, ,„.,.. ..,. a ,. i.iou. P l "' l "' c -^, Wf ,|„,„l,l :.„"„„, : Munk, ,. ,„i'"" here Tthread, that ;!' V J^ ,,,,. ,,.,. lu-lieve llim our educational eonJ v al) c hjld en .... .11 round i.-cllnlral education tnil then attempt U vi ,i L taarully. — know tha infallible way t.. Irani y..ung im-n wtM I.-. I Ini.tiatcl, (hi re • ept nlmWe shall NOT be OPENING TO 111 SIXES* ON Saturday 27th Dec*. Always Refreshing! V it's "4711Genuine %  awdrColocBC btaclai and Ircdi like a morning brrctc • ,:nJ sirjiglit from C'lopnc on It dim. Cet a bonk lorcomfort lacaj now H oioldl Will our friends and Customers please note and arrange their Shopping &. Order* accordingly THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE COTTON FACTORY LTD. "Cussed things, hen* "I thought I had taken every precaution — yet they still get worms!" "Tlicn then tops one precaution yon didn't take If you'd dosed \ni with 'Plienoz'is' once a mouth they would hare been in full product ion now" 'Phenovis' rut SMI in nil *.OTHitsi controls worms in poultry OBTAIN AIM I I ROM V 1 HHVOI N A SONS II \lt ll \I n s> I 11). \ i i Ud. a*uh\iiiir^ ,<>nipaii\ ol Imp,rii' > S c? €ZEfe ^RrX^ MR. PLANTER ,. i • conaideratiOQ the famous — MASSEY HARRIS 42 B H.P. Heovy Duty 6 cyl. Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR | M... uviiilulile wilh Hall I r.H L .: uilh our 5 Ions AM.STKKI. CANE CARTS filled tvllh overrun ilrakei and I'neiiniiilir Tyres These units Imve iilremly been tried and proved lo Ihe isali.lacluin of Iheir owners — be n i lliese siilisfied owners. I.KT US ASSIST TOU WITH YOUI1 TOANSPOnT I'ROIILEMS Olhcr Miissev Harris Agricultural Fxiuipmcnl available includes — GRASS MOWBIUI AMI l.tlAIIKHS RAKKS PEN MAM III I 1IAIII IIS AMI IIAI.ASSi; M vvi III: SI-R11ADERS HHTH.I/.KII in .1 in in II HIS Etc.. Etc.. Etc. V..m Kiii|iin ii-.s invited I— COURTESY GARAGE lllllll IIT THOM LIMITED DIAL 4616 Whil.-p.irk Road AfeWtS J1j.433iS*3*


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PAC.I KUIHU.OS ADVOCATE ,V. D8C1MBBI M> MM BAfADOS,A.ADVOCATE TIIK QUEERS < ItOWVS <** %  <• •> IH > Mi C 1.14 Pl4 |H- Tur-H.n. Decemhsi 1 • IM l llAIM MM THE i :i reached by the O %  be i' wealth coun%  the I been chaf I %  ) last niin met ii i'-iii to formulate nKFC's fourth report The Europear. %  %  i1inN i stride multllattral trade and Ahull will eventually niakf i convertibility ol currem I 'Is. No one tKpee tl that thii goal can be achieved quickly biii n is noteworthy Ibal UtoCom* monwcaitd conference strewed its Intention to avoid Greeting a disctimin.' economic bloc. The Commonwealth canprojperity .it th* pens'n nation* whose pro ]t v i mpoi tant to the ftabflil the free world then the prosperity of the Coma A; the lame tun* >ms,U dependent territories are (ar more vulnerable to tin lr,cd than are countriea with gn human and natural The British Caribbean at thla 4 its development La completely dtp* on guaranteed market* tor the s.i<" prodi: i1 the tyatam of Irnpnrial preference it seems almost certain that their i ecuritjj woutfl be Imper illed. All Weal Indians mual then .show the satisfaction expreeeed by Mr. Comes that exfa ting] maintained. Do the othi i hand the British Caribbean like ail other countriea would b* d the objective* of O.E.1 and hnpori t o buy [roan ttv nearest and cheapest markets the Kooda which they camml obtain locally. In this connection the goal Of th> monwealth conference, the expansion of world trade, must be warmly welcomed, 1 depend* n b* D cn Bowrnrnent i n terpret* it* atsnonsibUity to achieve this objective. The Cotnmonwealth i nferenc has outlined the three major principfc i1 foil* wad by nil (hWeenrw rrt Inflation and rise* In the cost of Hvtnfl should be curbed. Th. Hi "' Barbados so far has been vary reluctarrt, to take action to achieve I I and ta this day aontuaues to sut&Adiae eertajn '"'ported oods aH h sat gh wa es have HVI rsJ tin i ere ftrat in troduced Secondly sound economic developn ei l should !>•• eno raged v th the objei i "i li creasing ptofluctp i and cornpetiUve power, providing en ment and i i I irda of life v I every one agrees with this objective there is no unaniroiU of opinion u to ho to be achieved locally, Professor Be In A Fiscal Survey ol Barbados (a docu* man! which ought U) be studied bj i ri,., %  ,iBarbados is r il undei developed countn within the real meaninfl ol the word. •"Barbados" o< under-developed nor developed but something intermediate." Um Its culture is (alrls fully developed i major crop is vuii too often, overlooked by planners, such as variation, of rainfall, partial dro hurricane and disease Too little lion has been paid by anyone to Ihe sustained by sugar plantations after hum canes in rather periods of the Islands history, 'ii' oi j real economic developmen! i Ki : certain reward in Barbado is th* expansion of the iDUrlSt Industry. The advantages which tins industry possesses are threefold. Tourism provides directly and indirectly grcatei employment opportunities for Increasing numbers of Barbadian* than any other indust: *r Tourism Is the %  and the < tied by tourism era %  for the i-< np ol trade Tourism is a and both the Commonwealth Economic Conference and the nKKc meeting have stressed the ne i", for exploiting the dollai i ot fully developed The i can be the United Kin de\ el Coi mwealth coui are wi known Australia, Africa and %  the major portion o1 what< %  • ] %  can produce for Commonwealth development. Capital for tourist devel lid : -led by Canadians once the government ol Bai bad the* u capital proflt* and ofl : | . by tl %  i e followed here "tiitii.tn.ii • %  %  %  Ideal %  %  Of QUOt of lb and Mil be the in . .. | O-RJ I t'mle I %  %  M OJgJEJ ... incontl may i l ind the 0 EJ %  H the goal wil Kx t ill l\ I H \ vii %  l 1 . Pas ..!. %  A Sil\er S|IIMHI It %  I A %  %  %  %  % %  isand %  I I %  I %  up. ilfreaVs ( ran a H i 1 Km* All' %  %  : : . D 1 n ST i:i)WARDS CROWN The crown copied In the Ume of Cbarlei. II from (he down worn by Edward Ihe Confessor, la the i %  Kiirfl*J All monarchi of England have been crowned with it -nice it vrn made. %  i now— for urs In the wine bi i i %  %  1 ;id undei fof two *re>at | I bs : %  > %  OUSbtSSI llaram lor ih.rtJtM b loysU) .did wltmlmivcly befir %  %  pouued. Aiiii walked foe MV* Wnvri EdwarU V*j, nt the age of tne swmd. in %  • %  %  them should be ,i BUMa, toe wai sword of uM spirit, ivlal was valued Bt n lib. day*, alinough not ntnclly p,iri Oniaraentcd Swords oil Bui i to bs •" '" ,hc Sovereign. All Were Suld M, A Rjogral rlnji o All wa reOn of Kaupnup u uidudtd in kingly r-)i pf ;. bsai A,i *J '* i 'd that wtv i bei the Crown on idvtsei m sd bsi bo %  irrj Only %  Crown whkh ll DtMbeth i Oiled up her llnscr. i ihe ring sh. %  .t bet Oorae il i thai she wa^ wedded to i io ihe 'i tre ''' %  i Besptrs i i Orl i plots The Resali.i that will ifiarr< whi'e dflfVs r' mounted ->n ; globe r Equity snd Men The Orb "the Ool nt to l %  %  ti all the ': | SSV m In Ihis %  t u %  %  .. i ... DM 11 1 ron on it. It foot I, but I %  II ryrnl % %  I t to wear it I "Oil l-'rom Heaven" Ihaas ureoou' The Barons' Sajuabblas i; ^ 'mnHed to ihe r. on wDJI ind tbem back ktuv> i A \ %  % % %  •'..• and at 1 ........... (f on ,.,.,. Th* Ur Ck'tober 31. 1952 Our ItVatlVr* Sn\z ChrMmaa i./w-r %  I SIR W. ind ina*e. i %  %  ind gratli S 3.00 Wild Bo : % %  Hi B.T. DWTI 1 60 %  •-I tur) ... t*o \ 5.00 %  . 1 5.00 • 1 10.0* %  1 00 A Friend 5.00 Friend LOO n '. ii. 1.20 rt 2.40 M ll 2.00 . 5.00 %  %  J. | i .. i will be i • < n % %  Mlu lor the help of JCUT resd eri i %  the numl' i I aulstcd %  I isee. Ident, Mr ;i : League Frlei Nel ."i Street %  3 DorvQ$ foagm* CkrhtmcM l/7*i/ e 1 lot funds %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  ..in -i iiiiuii, I 111 I il.. %  Ptlblk Unlut.iv: sfe. be grateful if you CatCta the • ly meet* l*Ul put. and 1 am pubUc would welcome s motion by KOBM honourable mem* ber or tnemben requi the *7th r>cember, 1952 be dc%  : t that then Such sveryboOb one always reels Ui haws been Inter%  %  it hot %  the be.t day to go bark out to UN Xn !' I OHOST OF X'MAS ffnai SIR—A review of Bim appeared over my initiaU In %  unday'i Advoralr. A friend has attention to the fact that Mr Tberold Barnes is Joint Bditoi with Mr. Frank CoUynwre ol Hun. and bai always been BCtivetb the publication My rsfsrence uWesnrs to Mr Cnilymore as oondiicllng the -iimto-rMMmed" might h) imply n slight Ni Mr liar ne*. Phis wa* pure i hope hi will aeeept my apologies and be%  .i.i batend. 1 was u Barnes wa nnscted with the editIn* of Him. Ihoueh 1 bavi ill rontrtbutlon neular 1 have %  onMtbw that his amusing drawing cOUld lh" eolleeted perhaps in book form uld be a flrt-ratc aouvsedr "f B s rbsdos, and might well liens I" anv br. ...i b> uur Publicity Commute.All (hat 1 have said %  4 R f.n tin I am sure. :.: %  I %  HI BSI DM Your %  ) AUBREY DOUQLAfl Be ich, Ha>'.int* D*. UUfc 1993 Ribbon Parachutes Are A Bomber's Braloi ribnon^wrichute pntin• ;..| many', ** here ol ire Unisl RM paratchjtce could not be eloped by %  British Brrn. found The hat band trade was I ad S •. i. .. %  %  tandsrd pi" run The furthi %  Vu w k on parachutes a nil i rexes is t %  . • ko n< much .. Beularty sixi .. n where %  Imvi %  %  %  %  my io tourists t ijtinR hot* fiat*), %  %  just a trifle too l "jsted to fdonl t*! mque In thls dls concerting con plaint that I Hum do not stay long* i to learn It is a Bcfentule fact that human beings *n a prc" n IK "'\ -res much which thev ai tomed. and we musl |h*J the n* of the visitor are all-inv portant '' ..-me here ul j eporti to their when thev go home.-Thr rl wi t| f )C larnely wasted if an appreciable proportion 01 UM n! %  them an Impreson that • tl ^, t, ere n amenities for their comfort Itora thla seison If tl prefer them Opinion ; now and are titei belpful tl e tourist liamed from actual lh. past Wvoart theyaS worth printinii, OIM>OMUO\ lll s • Tni: '"' %  • .mour in Hollj h ri'lusca ABMtiCM acton .,„a. %  ann-Hnt. t I 21 month*. 771 Hollywi OJLUUES 1 1 Ui ARIES 11 AT THE ,\IVO4.\TI: sraiMsnan lor till V.UUHCXS. VEGETABLi: GAKIIKN MAM WM A Powder applied to the soil and worked and B rrnU a pound. UQViNUME A liquid manure put up in I'j Pint Bol-.es St * ernU RetUe th water. Weak (I Teaapoonful Io 1 Gallon of water) Medium (2-3 ,. 1 .. Strong I* ., 1 .. ) When applied by watering pot does not burn the foliage. For use with your Compost Heap for converting the waste materials of your gaiden into Manure. 10 rentn a pound. WILKINSON a HAVNES CO. LTD. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. BtTKWITH STOntS $515.00 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. MORE. Krd Cssssas I -irr •* Bioruu. Dinner *4e. per lh tl. per H> SI 20 per lb SI 35 per lb *0e. per fb 7Se. per lb SI.20 per Un iplre Coffer Make thin week CANADA DRV WEEK I rh.mr eirl* ... We deliver Jl ST ARRIVED . Spaghetti \ rnnlrelll K.ni ,ii pork i I../.--, salmon Apple* Peanut Brittle GUker'4 \\ inrs S. ATriean w n. %  Trj a ll,.ui. f GOLD BRAID KIM . • Costa leaa than Fin .... Look sood . Feel better Meet itif rt . GODDARD'S RESTACRANT Enjoy a *nark while watrhfni the lioppln e rrow-da go by • Only the be*t SCOTCH and GOLD BRAID RIM Served GODDARBS %  MSWBK



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TUESDAY, hid Mill K ii. iv, BAKBAiHi* U>V I expressed their indebtedness to mittee who will draft -n • those gentlemen who iho*. rules for the Union, and takl .tround the island, and demonruch other sUps as itod what was being d saxy." the Housing Scheme, and in thBoat Building Scheme. The cir-ular states: • H is Matr h %  uiousana. ,. B^_ m:|[|i m ,. (ll ado|n "The advanuges to be derived p*' 31 building of excellent timber from such a Union are obvious." k ''* n a Santa Maria, IRXB Bnlthe circular Continues: "It i* h Honduras, felt that a concerted body of ,l *** also clear to the H opinion would have far greater ">*' there was • vtrj %  %  effect than any individual efTort; mand for pitch ping m I. that legal advice could be sought and a keen demand for good boat on disput ble points, and such building timbers, such at the Siladvice provided from the funds ver Ballis of British Go. of the Union; and that "rny fortunately, the supplies of this coereiv action by the governwood are not large, and there was ment against nny member %  ( umand for it In British Union should result In immediate Guiana It* re-action bv the whole lauun. I" Trinidad, he said, their chief TH, cxul.r ,„ r ...... ;'onc pouil which is „t ,,,.„„„ ,„„„, thlrtv .,| V0 Importance Is the need ..1 In >oa „ „,„ „ nd whlch WM no%i OJJMd iillowai:.-.-.i. -uih M Ut iwrnnnlnn lo bear M. 1250 a year tor marrUd in.h. ,,„„, n ,„ I* 10 .*??. *"" 8S*. 1 *-"* m .mall site, but a. the tret-, act oldar, the sizes would In Ma\ Confer MRS VEKN'ON KNIOIIT yceUrday •vsmng cut the ribbon to pen, the Dew Yoiiken Service Station at Eagle Hall On the left Is MUi Doris Jones with a bouquet of nowri. for Mrs. Knight, and right is Mr Kenneth Jones. Proprietor of the Stutlon. %  for the area. Last week, the Trinidad Phsr9 rpted a suns %  %  • i British GuttM %  .. %  i. i %  . rrinidsd |vanna< to prepare a date r the DfOP OOd CSssfSTSSsM present arrangem-ii*All UldlVld 1 itlilll. .til %  %  %  ii. lard. Lnboufer QiaV^ed W illi Soa'fl Murtl.r ANTIGUA, Dec. 15 Uriea loth, labourer of Detrggd with • %  II It is allsnJ that the child STSJ %  %  lion of th.'I'.ci.i M Trmidr %  SI. Michael fibfl Scouts' Ass. \onkers Open Service iioui Mating Station At Eagle Hall for Ufe Assurance. T M i axices are out consideration of the ptfl of living, and niie "f the flrst actions of the Union should be make an issue of this point. it is ab>o consi er roent, or to get around Iha to'" ,K ^wything to aDoourofs come Tax, Laws. The obfad ll larroal as fuel, behave a representative boH opinion which cou'd approach concerned. io Sider.it on, and the regulati concerned be brought In line w other West Inili.i, One of tinbehind the idea everything to i Ihe use of charcoal f utilising ^^j the waste products in the forests, government o n matttn retaUni ""'" v %  llowlni fr On to the rales of .neon-., UU H %  " f ,h > t u " *[*"• .. observed th .t there are some ( ;;"' l " 1 "" "£; S~ • that people wmo do not pay ts '" British Guiana, after grnonshare of taxc. while there are £•* MOW is one of the most others who an. than miportant limbers There, it was their full share, and added that •*•" more plentiful than greents one or the matters the Union heart. will want to discuss with the * therefore obviously ImGwernment %  • ,m **** • %  Mr. J t ll master of HaTTtl appointed President of ihe St Baal Boy Scouts' -Local Association when the Association held its inaugural meeting at Mai rison Col Mr. Lisle Harrison, ,\ CniimusMoiier for Ihe Area, said that than | .1 group sponsors — Combermere, Harrison COIIUKC. YM.C.A. and the Cathedral. Ha Hammond to act U chairman. Major N.olt moved a resolution fin Tuiming the Associaiioti. lit known .1st 11 Area. This was %  gcoftstod I y III Prank Blaikman. This motion was agreed to ungjtln M.mbiis were tlien elected to .!'u which tin rats of. i-kibseription was tlxcd. Ou :hintotiOfl ol Mr A. A. Durant It wag decided that the rail be one dollar per annum for elected members and two shii) n*per annum for associate members. Major C Noott, Dtaa Haaalwood and Capt. H. .1. Williams %  ran fleeted Vice President-. Other elections were as follows Mr. Frank Blackmail. Secretary. Mr. Michael Phillips, Treasurer, Mr. G. R. Bralhwaite. Mr. c Brathwaite. M. <; |; Mr. D. A. Fowlev Mr. J ( HoPO, Mr. G. Bynoe. Mr W. Abrams. Mr. W. A. Allen. Mr. A. A Durant. Mr. O. A. Pilgrim. Mi G. Qutatytst, Mr I IV DdVis and Mr I. A Lynch, members of the Executive CODUnittSttfi Nti (' D Gittens and Mr. A. S II Vi Auditors; Ma jot N 0 % %  ". \ I Chairman and Mr. Frank Blacknian. Mr. C. R. Brath* O. A. Pilgrim, representatives on the [-land Scout Council. After the clcciiom Mi II .n %  mond asked IBaRIDStl lo ker-p I their enthusiasm alive. He said that it was always easy to start THE NEW Yonkers Service Station wai I opened at Eagle Hali CoRati %  terdhj %  \ • 1 ii in the presence of a lar>je gathering when Ml H.\ C Knight cut the ribbon after Rev D. C Moore tud Wei and wished it success. After ipeechei by Ml .1 E T Brancker. master <>f ceremonies. Mr Kenneth Jom • >r of the stnln'ii Mr V C Knlghl tnd B voti thanks by Mr. McD. Srinroonde, rafrethnunti INK* .served Mi 111 inker said that ME luckib for him ha %  .1 n %  L though a|i graatci pi ice itng of his iit-\i, BsrvtN U tnd •vttybod* w shed %  -„. n him success. Mr. Jones had cer' lalnly efaossn a veiy tine site J ""> ,u been m the transpo/i ..nil tie. Mr Brancker. had no __, doubt that the ame business .*' 1 Mr. Jones had exhil.Ur • in his other concerns he wouln the running of iln neW %  ""' "" Mr ' Bervics station. of towi If a cat 1 Mr. Brancker-s rein rka were v l1 ^ followed bv Uie blessing of the am t '' ""' ""' ' Station b) Rev D.C Mo losUoul locon this Mr. June, vpoke x '" "•" Hesaid thai tha Bervica 81 itlon „. M b;ilI( was no overnight 0 > latlon so that mushroom decision. The gen. I ,,,, ,,.„,. l'" h ," r n 'if lhe> wish* 1 eing constructed it being n ; lhar* w.i thra t-t'i venture. in. v, nh in trie %  I %  A. the The Proper Site It had lieen his CsM %  station, but there %  prcper site. The presi" tatlona and mOttO] Mr Skinner whom Mi. JcaMI made out of n. tad aarlh could not in u „„. money In H ipoh* Re tld that it was his first had taken much energy nnd effort on Ml %  for Miv KJ ht tha ribbon. nd that Mr. Jones hud shown petting 1 sight, to him in ttfV>, but at thai time he was not In the be-d ol nd was afraid intake tin Moving the vote Ol Hi ... sold, but McDS.i %  ~ %  %  .... community for having trai any movement but it was difficult e*t the Eagle Hall Con* to hold the enthusiasm. looking place and DUlldUl Mr. Harrison 1. oved a vote of ihiitaUofl He thank' after vhh \h< ,. lad Ml 1 DO ID the film show. Ing of the stat yjouA JGnaA Shoes For the whole Family! $4.00 Mutm LOVELY L1NQERIE Q1FTS Art Silk Slips 13.43 lo S.1.51 Atl Silk Hull SlipS2.I7 In *?.J0 Nylon Half Slips SI 61 Art Silk Fanlirs 83c. lo S1.fi Nvlou Panlii'S $2.29 lo 84 82 \* Ol K WOMlKKIi I. •/| 1 7 HOSIERY f\ W \>l.ui How in 42, 31 i.nd f.11 ^iip UUUKC vsilh dark oiillini-il t-* Heels, dnrk Arrows, IT dark Heels from SI.33 lo 83.23 pair Pure Silk Hose • %  82.87 •t'* NIM I.. • Mi-sl. Wtk. H || l„ S2KI % */'"' Art Silk NlghtlM :!i.-, i., -I mi N\lon Niuhlies HARRISONS-Dial 2352 1,-NH-lA (ilFTaiid niwn SIKH' Novel Mn lur \mav I'reseiil.s Ii. I,h.. BullM (.HI up in Qoraaoui XIIUIS Pack .il no i-xlnt iharne .ml. ( ..iv foi Hulliv Xm.i. Pack ran AT UMEDA GIFT and FIOWER SHOP Aquatic Gap, sailing agents lor BKKi; H'EATUEKHtAll Illi. Hook your otder NOW We have ol n.hii,.M Urdus and some Canna and Aster %  coll III "f ttie rainbow In i Ol Hull. i..i or W In be in lime u gel Blooms few the HornenHnral t shii>iun m Pab> r> laU Hollas, mejha ., practkej and original Xti,. %  i Part) Una A h i"i Mintat3*M i MI-DA (iin SHOP nil: U-NKaVDA" itu. lad n. st Banltai | I iun dry. A'|Uii!n (l.iii Ahen .ill "Hi-l Hay m a Uiicrevrr >,iu Hng die best I! find M.i-rl-n SWAMP-ROD i \ Ihcrr BO rd lo o j.tunid laaUag ,\\ in.'rr.hl, 41..I irorftMMK, l. I c fou h-c /I I Mil U I m : IHM ^ s I .la. • \\\>" tU_ KOiu' Mirarss*sa IVAMP.ROOI sdfl %  ad a lofdV i i r M.II ., hi-lllo.ct Yoi.II tr I HIM i' rfn ifsrVtrhii nn htaiUrlii. ao marlnsM' \v \MI'HIUH vorki t.-i, loo, bssfiaaee ifa UauH nd lour I>I.I %  beo*hi n "i>ii klv* Don'tlaaacaancei sriti Ihehcilih of rr aidnevt-ukc K IMP. KOMI Keli-M. s\\ IMP-ROOI .wMi.ltfrom the q'lin mrdi.inc in the x, ir |.!: **-*• auJ r*f! (.11 l>K. KIIMIK< s\\ w\v ROOT TODAY* &&&, Qtoi/w, Gi aWiadivc JAW PALJIS ltl< llWtll III li\l 1 IBffl ilVrfuinr A IVuden PONDI .n 1 -11* 1 i -ssuss. mil.1 1 ROAf 'i Otfcai in Baa) l>l FssAUl ROM MsAT II OaesM in iw*> IMH\KK\ VALC IN lIS i.Viwtiru-d -irenU) lOlt M PARH i'i HI 1 MI laVaTM i".n GOYA COtOOKI \ ruin Ml in \m 1 11 .* Paah KNIGHTS LTD. It must be a SIMMONS Bedstead For Christinas BEDSTEADS only, Rize 4 ft. G ins., each 50.01 $12.60. $39.83 Size 3 ft 3 ins each $3" 3 and $42 30 COMBINATION BEDSTEADS, size 3 ft. 3 ins. $55 38 SIMMONS SPRINGS, size 4 ft 6 ins., Each $ 24 50, $29.00. S43 38 and $68 08 Size 3 ft. 3 ins. each $20.00 PILLOWS. 18 in. x 211 in., each $7-55 CANADIAN INNER SPRING MATTRESSES, Sizes 4 ft. 6 *ns each . $11130 CAVE SHEPHERD S> Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12, 15 Broad Street.



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PACK SIX RARRAtMiS ADVoi III TUESDAY. DKCEMBEa. 1. 1M Is BACKACHE CAUSED BY BOTH Kidneys and Liver? *s) u half u Nwjrio*uch quick. u*% %  **) tuflrr ailb FIT lhi lini ; : at noce— C"ii!*in "pr Caaat-'i K lwrr-1 i lbs* ptwduci UK-1 I' ilust* Kc -'vsr lull 4 cencury. Fhe IIAOK "L*. Cbaar'' M yw* assurance. 7 Balanced Education System Needed # Frm I'ace 3 autoinobil. c.-iginrer*. i an be Thtir iiu,.| prooiaui ;.K,that n if great ... more pec.alL<>e .ilucaiiur. •"•Wad mwhamc*. It will nr,t. at attention to A tecftni.-.il \acho.,i costly than an at J ... academic uimm in tin it requires not only %  Ji.jti.u I BACKACHE IS YOUR | WARNING! M twUth* —llr the fir., .it" •* KiaMr TM. Th. k*--. a>* itbl-4-. Mtot H^all-iHl* b.ih SI—1 IW % %  •atla. T* blaad *tat* u kaav* %  MI* %  w i n and *. Th—.— I—IM* Hall a — J'I !(*•"• a** 1 •* %  "*•* %  trili h, doct—i M luiwn rlaMf arm (hat [toad'B kaoW. hit. *. kl. r-d %  ItiaBfl •f .•*. arias d m I*-* raw Uo-d it tlon for a university degiee III engineering Barbados tirg' I riant, and %  %  %  but I sait but taff. but also • • ment. and tht use <>i material*. The te> b sg cated as the S.\ of a Grammar S I the peda\tjogu*. market price IN persuade mm k| •lead, you will haw as much tad .,„, dcerut „, readllv all uV than be could tarn out .„] , sentimental argument* profession, that are sometime* brougri' The second problem is to gi\. defence It it the Sugar Industry the technical school trie social of Barbadoa that needs technical gUnding of the old oni ld who And* Grammar School Unfortunately S* n %  V^^etry difficult ; EmMar"! i IT to your tatsdbsssnl rhident..h..h '.cr*. in* PBttaana I 1-boui trie M %  tv*t to often. >ou do To intioduce academi. nucn t „ m rj rB Q' M tJMC( j ,, %  xpects the ch.ldren parad -ub)-U ^J^f^^y acho. Ijim ng. and 1 ,n. |t Mg inspection, and he foi h*re so few children are going .-_--„. r eu,.niiil* l OjUjajtti ny of the tupi-.r: | training for win.' capabiht> but the implicjT..-' th a child hat no acaden he will therefore have ttchnlral ability, la. of couna true. Furth the child know full ncli try to the ncan.'i live, and th.it IhoM hiU the beat brain* in thjtli I the scholar'!!; that* and pa> the entmr %  oae at my excuae. > doubt you groan under many ,r " mm *^i^ Ch 'V*u £ Leaving th., controversial .**uc. The returns jou have to maKe wrt "' rl io build successfully We wt (rh i h „..^ i,„-_,.„., ,.„, „„,,, kkf certain social sutiati's %  * *• intelligent hild a ho ha* on I ba dulj filed I mysei: nave prcgreaacd faster than his ne.gh. felt croaa with eionori.ms tnu ,' o*cut> he has more natural p Und the cost of school milk ability and perhapa because hi proper! tie educational estimates and n ** been more studlou, and mor. M .i.Mk out the high percentage regular In hi. attendance bv whirl 4 education in Baroadoa. I school. And we want mm botwasm ,\ know it does not matter as tU * knowHilge. not ,ust the pub ->th let me return again I" tt> iples of our profession. Wc to do to many thing* that the task indeed seems formidable By at our personal examples as well a* l*i our more formal teaching, we nhave to produce the right e)t|ggH W*m payt in any caae; but >>1 ability We are not nt*rettrd for a Barbadoa of the future Wi ** to give it stKia) itandinc to ' >uld like to are the Social In hia m unle he can also prohave to found our work -re Estimate or tne Public <*uc* n standard of lechnk-al pro, an value*, and. never lo*u. ajfjH an-i diffi^. much IU...th Eatlmate crsdiUd with the Hcien, v in English tornpo-nUiii 0 f that esaenUal foundation, we though not all. ol thr mateml it expenditure' of thla sum rather and Arithmetic. have to provide all of them with rcallv need* is at present in our Ulan the Education Department. The problem then r^'ve* IWHI Ih(1 opportunity to develop hi* or %  ^hools It.on some econoinltt could tell ut into how to let the brighter boy hor .p^iai talents. And yet. we This has been something ol .• how the percentage of the revenue develep faster than bis neignnave lo Trrnern bpr Brave New to m> *tenT_ on education had been rehour and still give ^ rlr opporw^jd. an d beware of planning too minutely, of treating the hlld a" a pawn on the chequered Enough to fempl a idint — cvfn Sonlo / 4te 0aa>3 • Tommy passed into the Giainn.. JM School, while hi n"it*>\ aav a a* s/i %  t*a*|| failed and ha gone to techmca Dodds Kidney Pills sch„oi Third DHsndt, IIFT? Mill Ijxikine lor The rSBRCS GIFT? Ask to setthe new Presentation Casket of UM/.C0L TuTLET SOAP Three lovely large rakes. >f thii drliehtful soap in %  dainty plaMic runtai flr opporWor | d %  original argument. I have tried ducsjd. tunity to the dullard to reach a ID maUitain that manv threads are Thla u#e of your school hour* mpectable standard of general woven into OUT educational theoand your teaching staff for purknowledge and literacy The snap* t o*c* wbuh are not strictly duofficial .niwei is 'streaming-, tho boanf. who Mil he moved from r and I* forgotten a fault will decatlonal u likely to incrsjaae crllection tcgether of thOM ehil^"••'' '<• ^uarc a* *ems KHI to :..r.rii. We have three rather than diminish No one can dren of similar nge and capabilus his riders, and ne>< I i.iam purp-aart. the rehgiout. the criticise the laudable object* of ity. so that -a' stream goes faster individual personality which is Heal a 1( the etonomic. and thete i!ervice*. but I hope that and further than your other hi* inalienable right. We have to truate main s-hool* of educational Ihdue who tntuxiWe them will *tls*uns. TWl is logical, but ii iesteer between the davll of thought, the academicians, the try and use a* little teaching uuiro* for its implementation a regimentation and the deep -ca of A third difficulty is l< aracter builders and the technitime a* possible, and, above all, very large achool numerically, unco-nrdmated effort. If we sucthe elcm. educabe economical in th* number of and. a* all of u* know, the r( ., s | ,,.„ Wlll K Vc ^ ,.,.,. in a achool the a To e healthy and fruitful we form* and statistics they demand, streaming of boys has. in practice. ,f „. r f B ,| ,h, rr w .ji| ^ manv w h<. whose teaching is on the moneymu-t kco '' balance and not allow I share the inherent conviction of to IKmodiH d by questions ol W| |. L1 (im th it , h n making )ob whl I I %  % % %  fl "" 1 "' -lominate the most professional men that moat tt.itling and the *.te of tho forms pi iot they could have artSr? ISSJSVA -wc...i ssrjSa\.rsi. isss^ xuss\nss snErtss STMS £t5- sssr w •" — s3WJata!^i ground, and try to aptly some of .—..__. ^_ .—.-,, pdfitlve entrance to the gramma the same reasoning to the elemenscbools Vlackiniosris A OfUClOUS ASSOtlMENI Of IQfFEES 4 CHOCOlATfS to earn a laru. leaves, and this defect in the tr.i ins of our young is Ltkat) I in .* pftitive entrance to th So,.-I welfare, however, though £££, s ,. n (j ., (< r m m VM W It may bo u duturbing (actor m ,. ^ trH Pre t ion of a Gov..linn il^u ...+ ln. %  • """' rou could ^ ^ h !" rt h u *K !" !„ r Sun •'.'tr? one of,'. % %  HST, !" J"de r b„ied twl !" "e" hlnk d " "" "" ,Us'''to' ro'^'nrnen!?".nHntv £*IZ cSSdid curncuta. ,oci.l or panic.1 ...-•. will b ^ "J"^' n J r !" fc SSSilSi. tmnste. ..ml v.„ou. roons dintrull ..r . „ other lechtiiealitics. I do not proent Preparatory School which worked to an arademic curriculum and prepared boys p.,ssiblv nt an old.r age. for a I examination thnn c;in be set to a child es*,n than il I' of the older ps" I'nt'ertainly A ruri.is-: potnl f .houKi 1... %  11 know how (tifflcult il is to dt-tlnaulsh nc.iii oclv Ijctween the capabilities of small il.iMren. It i cs'rn more difficult • *I have it •"* ,,lier ^ r,n V la gil ? '.'T ** nriVOU WU maintained that the first dual purpuw of ducatlOO u primary jfchuol bat nuttget. and h: j school*, i I,, provide proper Moat secondary schools th.* find Hint, however fair ..: ThOM who conthey may be. 'h.it thtjf hW :• ,-. etitrat* ftrtt on the general level consider;"hie parcontgdgj -if Important than any pious cxhortav.ew from those W tlons in the development of the prepare tl tude and hi* example la f.->r not." cf UlajaeywUl hold" a different m this selection. The older ihr ImDortant than any clous exhort av.ew from thow who consciously (r ,i|,, ifK | the WIOVI the range scnool would do. at the scioiii g through mote peg an acadcm.i able object, bu; then srtU mUy tell In ** fWlire Of **tol. while another twMMti duty of Iftl Udi island None the less a good equally hotly that they are railing mut be limited In llSO rtlal ft TU jtaff can do letter work in more It is not a question of dish lion of tumult, tne l. ab c m ui(iial %  urn.undlng*, and I or false data; It l* a quesi.w v. •%  ""--7_.. ,„.i. rv material i* the du;. shouUi ncrt wish to Ul.ttlo the the standard of measurement, and £ v m 7ul Technical Vli.*il it*ai riimeoliusa with whleh of what they regard as the overSchool* or thp T and lo* vtria development of the prepare their I tor M moreMam lnation -uhkects he can nr sort of cltlien we all want. A advanced educat.on. It is there,„. n „ | ( >wer this percent..r-e % %  • good staff i* the first esaenUal for fore quite possible for one to rrror ,, Hkrt v to be The PYepnrnt good school, and you. and not maintain hotly that the Mandards (otfT jv*,^ w h | r h I have aurjMst• achool amenities, arc what •,_• e l c ^" n '*I?!'.u_ !" .,."_. fd will m:.ke error* In itselern; but these errors win be uliusted M its children ... cimgenlal surroundings, and I or (also data; It is a question of jvv thmunh the compMltlv.enmddinuM not wish to beUUU the the standard of measurement, and practical diflUulties with which of_what they regard as the ,,.,,,,!,.,. ,„.'| you are faced, or the exasperation riding purpo-e of the elementary i hiirhlv skilled T,, oro. lhat "just often strain your nerves, school „.''^ Sd All this is. however, outside mv A> the Ha-dmaatet of I -ante JMI !" wope. It Is a question of coals and *0O %  I am naturally ,, i cloth and the nv-iuu of Biirh.inuf. intcnvled in the second ob.... Ih i l I'M 'tlon of a boy to mid Three Functions ,,0 t w J l J£ thai'.'^niL ami"?* r> rov^utwiiaiy '" lOII rdtl Wh.it 1 wanted to suggest is that ,,. alvon( i arv ,.duUon is prosounds. Children lr. m your rhniral hool Ihe Primary School is today trying |dw ,„ ..* cm ldron, that could school* are (locking to ant* .^ failAll IkiMai Jiaftnisl fnnistush. %  41-< a^^_.. Jdekalmount t ity of the child population DOtly, and perhap* il luxu not come very high in Hi r on r factor.! although id trained What I am suggesting may well be impiswticabte .it praaa n t i .. know iheta are dtnteulliea with ,,i.,rafope. It Is a question of coals and secondary scluol. I am naturally n t rai i S p ur i of young ihilui.-n ,, cloth and the MVonua of Barbamoat Interested in the second obund family problems m them nolug too far from home, but it Always a time saver... lo fu'llll three distinct (unction which are not always complementary ;md that perhap* some of the malaise which enters into dlxusslon of elementary education is Because tht three-headed natura 1 I mark lisas Mit been fully inderstood. 1 would describe your three functions a* literacy, preparation for secondary education ;.il welfare. The use of •he primary achool KM work it a common feature of th* not be Hi" "only"purpose of educafee-paying preparatory .1.1..1.tlon ..l the primarv stage. And mentn of our secondary schools at ••ven if secondary schools for nil this moment, and indeed, as long WOT %  built and staffed, only u us secondary schools in the Hland small percentage would attend are lee'paylPSJ, any parent who the type of academic school Of utmost to ive bis -on econdary winch Harrison College IS IBtteducation his to face the qurtton ..mple The conflict between tlu %  ;-ueaontwo purpose* of elementary ablp to ,„.,,,( a government educationi is UWI to some extent ^ ^ fU bsldiscl preparaunavoldable; but once the piri, i|y .j^ „ whJeh ,,,„,.,,„,..„, -'holarships could be award. | jrou will dislike th.you will rc-ein tin uggestion that at the age of nme ir so you may be deprived of some your most pro m isi n g itm i* grasped and i PMOUll mid other machines "•." JS !"!" HL.' V JT^L -..aMstion %  h which to brim certain We aeeondary ch...U ,do not rc. n.nt 10 it, chiMien oi 2ML l 2"ij; ;,; J2?£ "! l,!,'.',l En |fi?!)ei h wITrkm rnorVthiin .uiul lioundinii in II." Hut'thai la to pit ih,leK U nd.r"h, ?* Sue he~h a\..ho,i? ihrc R's No. offi B>. lake f. lb. ehllaC u, lies, there are dental Inspection medical overhauls, vaccinations, illations,, wriuhlnaa aiul mea-unngs. There is also as In Barbados milk distribution and gn,'rnllv tree luncheons a* well. A* %  hool Is the obvious it throuh which this wOlfan l.ik for* the child compamlivelv few .ilersonally thnt tin* rncntary n> honK i„n marelj mv age qf elev n is rather late to .tlart any especially academic *Ublect*. siuh as. for inslanc Dazzling whiles, sparkling colours! That's what Rin\o will give. Rinso washes thoroughly — removes all the din— vet it is so easy 10 use —and so gentle too. For a whiter wa>h, an easier wash, a quicker wash, always use RINSO. r^ ^ RINSO for all your wash 1 I J Save ajj ways with this BIG CAPACITY VAN? Her* Is a Jelivrry tan thai n uneaofllta (oi ( he r*onomic*i ourrlng oi raanv types of good* HandUni is ewer hnautc of eaucuaai imPibiy for ihc duvet andsDialliu'u.tii^irslr. Dfu cr' cab sticl *nsk %  !*•** %  doors a great *a:riv and nmc mini frarurc. lirif*' l,id ^srssciiv m it* ilas* !% %  > cB*egs*t11 'ti M rifht hand drrn VI4I ep**sakg rear dooi* *Bd ISM l-'aiim^ ga* aavc uo-f oa cola a t u oa and deb**97.riMrHomiCour oprfrtunit* if lxrrart* l.-r the TouriM Seaaor. ECKSTEIN BROS. nAV STREET DIAL £S3 :\ Coloured Sharkskin Waffle P.K. Shot Taffeta While Crepe | Spun Satin White Straw Hats Shoes Multi Shoes White Shoes Black Bordered Spun || Brocaded Bedspreads I Blankets Bath Towels Straw Mats (Large) 3RETCNNES 36" Uiually NOW $2.21 63.03 $1.40 SL3S $1.12 s .!>K $1.17 S .81 $ .98 s .n $4.20 SSssM $6.50 S.-..HH $6.50 s.a.aa $6.50 S...HU $1.20 SI.OH $6.99 S..7. $3.98 S3J3 $1.44 •L30 $1.27 KI.OI $1.20 S .1111 leal Swiss Vi .ui In a 15 Jewel. S27.40 Cilcloth 48" Shopping Bags Boys' .Shirts Boys Caps Plain Tropical 56 Pinstripe 56 Parson Grey 56" Gaberdine Shirts Cress Shirts \ylm. SIO.1II.KN Handkerchiefs M-12 Socks Special Barttain. Belts available uniil Pyjamas Chrittmas Evi Vests $1.68 S3.98 $ .60 S .98 S2.98 S'3.98 S3.86 S6.50 S3.98 S .38 $ .44 $ .89 S5.98 $ .65 01.47 S:I.I S .so S .88 62.88 02.98 S3.48 SI...II 63.75 S .2S S .34 S .74 S.....0 S ..10 6, 46 & 53 Swn St. THANI BROS Prince Wrn. Henry St.



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ii\-. III (i MBl i: I BARI Mill %  \IHiM VII w I I \t : Yachts Leave During Week-end For Si. Lucia 4 llll.Dili VN I'VIII) TV ACHTS left port on Sunday for St. I They v i „,„ In itlrd both of .. crond If* Krd owmd md mi took 32 thr crowing. !, rt-rd < irfh c BvllivatL Man Jailed Far Con tempi Of Court Euitac St. Goor. • meal .. r\ikf xt • i* 1 10 ) 1 . Tnnm n .... VERAL FOODSTrm f. of the ilarThc %  All CM The S KitU," din R. Doot-. %  %  I wixtn t \R> riiwm— OnriMff which lirrivni in |~.T; f: a Saturday brought %  I..... mixed Hoods to the isla MR. TELrORD HEWITT | I kSfl SportOtSb pr Sift to one of thekOiiMl LRVltWI M I Saturday by ta Eton (Tub for :: %  %  ( %  '" %  BS boxes of .i| iZZZEC "' i ,ullr >'l CBSl Dalkei.r n bilgs o( nour flnd a | arge tn whirl' *y n pleco goods. N | Christmas tree*. Local agent* < redoae c Oerdaasr Au•' Moneka )>, under the comH. Hudson and cal agents are the Schoonno. T Owners' Association I ., FOK 8T. wcu i about Sl'D knocked cl ha rega:: learnt thai the Ueycii walk PP doctor. %  NWjfc. H. •when he was no Hi;: the gutter. Dr. Vau, Colm Chap ; the Gener. tlu-rc were i I mi m th. The injuri. serious. Tl rnuied by til COI I Their Ho%  of neehrthat nee" knoefcsd<< I'SKD BA1 l.AMll \<.l i DM.IU'I HuhUmhi %  %  for Bt Lucia ovat the weekend. „ B ld I armed In port on lita cargo for the Island %  i I Umacol rram nd fail in Bntish G kJed meat %  m who .. ,. DMMtr of tl %  oed to Gardiner Austin & Co., Ltd. aht . of % %  ..; %  .,.,. I Identified the dues H hat propi could ha Sgt. King attached I i tecuted lui tha %  wild *' Bottlers Luis Xnias Party Al Hani" % % %  the ralnj :.-.r annual I Pariv held on Sundav %  bared over 160 eluded 61 children. This is th* by Bottlers Ltd. for their staff. who are married brought their %  children, .'ingle the one last year, fur the plant now works nonthrve staff shifts. I d streamers and %  rlj. A life BUI "i Fathei Chi Istaiaa an Chli 'mas Tree surrounded with preaenta was in one corner .if the office.. r> %  i %  • table cloths .i with plates patties, sweets etc. while m another com r wi C T K.i • M acted .is Ma.st. | | .. Eton Sports Club Hold Parly I %  %  Sergeant %  -on, members wc %  i rloeen lm i t and re• d There '!.rots fnlI mas musu was BiippUed i AW 8.SO. Mr'. Ronnli %  nf two of the panv handed out children. Parents And Teachers om/tlimenl Gowrnmenl eotnpllnwnl two ) %  %  • %  % %  ••• %  i ning m the '. %  i Lldrtm who ate baa*OH %  %  rtflali receive as much attentioii as they should lUl if* Ol lUptng, Chlldran to receive a sound i %  %  tton. %  li 'imng in : 1 I %  : r held at 1 %  Fducatitii,. In ,.i the %  sup In Rlflhl DirccUoa %  i bopa that inner to I i i tn In %  clow thai 1 should rccdvi \ I %  II vV with results I I i a** comi U" U bopa thai ihu innuall) %  wh trained In the %  %  %  %  he hoi ii %  %  ., Veai i i. i ..' the %  New Chorch \i Siu^eaiii.s VUlage ... PUcrun ( .,.,: which v.. %  i to i %  mplcted omi i l i TssaanM apeak*for iltrlf CLARKE'S ."SSS^ TABLETS ll*lp to cleanse the ayttem from blood intpuritn Impurities la the Mood may caute rheumatic ache* and pain*, %  tiff and painful (omit, boll*, pimple* and common akin dlwrder*. .l..rkc\ Klood Misiurc Tablet* help to purify the hlood. cleanse the •>.i.-m and aaalst la reatoring good health. Al,., ..i.ul'iMe in Uaa original I h,ui.l I 1 lion Hill, St. M •r.-e Polk BU vt LM ROUN I .:... % %  %  $77 which h .. mbar it. !" "" .. II ,11.11. St. %  -i fowls hia yard someI '* Deceit bet 14 m n rtolan, 1 I lur k. BUwinaj investi%  I eral and BtlUatl Q %  %  %  %  siimei .,r.l prod i British Ciuiam.. The M.i M Utl I H 4 ild, "Si to a ttmuls la iha isa of th< • woods such as Bsnl %  %  full. Refer rn ing with tha %  • %  . iiiitte.'. Mr. Scott %  raised, and con..' ousts ks %  v.. Insj froin tha uss of troubles he said, coil led if 0*6 lumber ware pfoparl] %  %  Bo thai the BUT CoUld i through the stacks. This cotlld he done either in Ihe CO" .! %  • Green I,timber He emph Breen lumber is und in Umaa %  lieitiiei || %  for the t I a r I %  %  %  %  I %  % %  I 1 %  thai the buyer i total rreiiilit Ship* IN fl turns i slid i<'k into il>< %  i • i .I n fu igiit %  %  .... al the moment teemed lo .nit nf prop %  • %  i i . of S/t pet -v. howi It %  bus to cart and retui r I I %  %  u e ] %  >-. of tin i shipping l-l.ind U.iii. Xnias Gift Bai-s in I'I.I-IM muny colours, plain and 2-lnnr. from Dainty I Lace l.d^e Hankies Gift Boxes l ..ii. HI & Linen llnnkies from 51.17 Powder Puffs in colours —91c. This I And many more like it on other Sports in our shop. Da Cosla & Co., Lid. The expert or the beginner, whichever you are. this book on Tennis will be of absorbing interest and great help to you. Beautiful action shots with commentaries by all the leading players of the world. It's a "must on your book shelf. and another new one LOW'S COMPANY iliit new toilet lion if pencil portrail-carlralures by Low of the areal and nesv-greal contains many studies now published for ihe lirst lime. Apart from the inclusion ol .. hSIldful of siir\i\ors lor >rs..-rda> whose ojualltlai entitle uhoon io he rsansraVsd (1 s still rajatnaj. taal %  rtbl baa turned from ft) mcwbal mrr familiar features ol Ihe older '^eneralion and sought his suhjert aiming Uat rOMngai lad MWl sotablea whose appearanrr is ;.> MI i, nd. M km-, cri hv artist or phototjraphrr. .Men of Ittte-rt, art. musir. polilles, sport, fiuanrr. Ihe cinema, radio JOIN H.IIIMII scieme and Ihe theatre make this a representative palletv <| ih ( > personalities of to-day and to morrow. The legends w hi. ii act oinpaliv Low's draw inys are lbs work ol Ihlen Spahliiiy mid I.. A. G. Strom; who hOM thai llieir inip.-rliiren.es will he taken ill the llarbthearled IrtendK often affetiionate—spirit in which thev have been written. -•-•rtrseM -,-r.TaSi ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street and Greystone, Balmoral Gap.



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PACK EIGHT II1KB Vi><>"~ \mi.i Ml ,1 tSDAV KM IMHIK H..J CLASSIFIED ADS. MIX E1XANMII s TCILPHONI isoa Mill VIM. 1)11 II AITOMOTIVF mm THANKS I W aVl"HI H I %  i %  %  %  aw • 11 | %  %  d II U f -i %  %  %  %  ELECTRICAL II 111 II MMMIS Bauxite Mining ( IIH rations To Begin U Qcbo !(. %  %  %  uture to |nj of Mux Bank for the World litcnk Loans For Tlie CoUmhex IJ.W .1. Had V>1. It. pr< siuLutiun Ail C'u.allh I alk11 NDO* University College of the West Indies. l-MCTLAL DEPARTV A „. ::l|is. Exhibition! or Tcchr' Tram !" S 'ihould crawilt Ihc lUudenl Tutor lExlra-Mural Department. Ho* ..nd 20SOI for fuU parMcular. and information, ana \ Applicants for GoVI Form* 'or NOTICE II %  %  i I I 1 II II II 1 .Oil III M i. ,K in %  i Nacard %  %  i %  C Maltr fc^Co. Ill IIOUSKS FAIIAWAV Fi.lU l"'.iln*d 1 I roan biHit*. si l plant. Wairimill iu> Carpor Imw i,KinHonOilj % % %  B > tlaaniltii cbaia*. IN ADVANCE Drfl M ;e ill SI II n NEWIIAVRN % %  ru'w tan om tour*, crane — •*• <-'••' 1 IMVUI loot.... UaBtMl fUtil. WaUt_ nil. supply Monthly tM • ph i riMniri charge, IN ADVAN' i. n.: ,, inu Ua JIVT r.i an > II %  va Hani. P roBKiniBB NOTU'rl %  %  ••all. l„ i-...%  : ceded to flnar. • January l*. nt themes. Lkhard -yn.UU s*i U T1 *? d ! -re expected to „ M.H.". • shortly to Central and --ration* %  .vlmi-lon and AppUc.tlon f %  •"' • %  and parobtainable (torn the Dtretl :hose of thr W, 16.1Z.52.—in. to lutuu th Conference. This, hv hirh i the persons of Hi Albert %  %  is ii a-m 1.1Q10K LJ< I NSl. NOTICE T %  Hiaa. — r ;om;' 1 ued that Kcvnolus Mat* . would be pr hmial Secretary law emm m.mici uhuft Bl M\r Umc he Hank loans h.id not thought possible. .. icaMnal* In I in flnan.ltiK ColoCampbell said the United Kingtuaa d:tn and the Dominions h-d rcUwjl 'he ... t*d thCBB had ;. standard of liviia that i on th. possibility Mippnrt and th.it m return ttm t cuntrt-| | Inwhole. |d to the development of the on the i me. he i Kk*. he BXplalned, will uiMppad l : %  d Into aj %  aluminium. SHIPPING NOTICES TODAYS NEWS FLASH %  Your liiar* for 1953 BROHNr. S NAI Tit \L U.MANAC < III Rl HILL S VOL. V W ONI* v.rlilh WAR the Bank's loans DOldfl said that I lonHM Mr. C On paints. m*dt %  I i % %  %  nternenl with them. The value 1 t P* f ** l -?g £r n is! be hritUh (iuverimiinl and local QO tcrestcd in aavtiopiBi the. iioi.univ Of IBB UIHIUI. %  %  KHOONia OWNTJ** w i sciiooNra OKMIBS* It ON ilNO %  Ciibbcjii. %  i -.ii i MTINITfW. I t... orr-H-E* i-iiKI'm CO"* l, lt . Slrrel 14 II I fO AM-ROVIU TCMANT %  OMOALOV 'in c,_.t m oiw i"< nr|i|r I"' manmi huirir sm-Mt > • bcrwni No rhlldrrr ITv.^ BIM of Bo XX Co "" %  Adv,B D ^ .u m VI ISM\\I a again%  1MIENI nQ mtM a>nk>M by a %  :-ii by inr Appl, %  i ii n FOirLTRV uvmocK aiurFTm v.n riii. -mm. b I M Mli1 all Mtutdav. inmi. AS ''< in If %  in Red Uiiim Offer* To .{Vjmlriatr Jap I'risoiuTb ^ t I*t.n ri'iu*'" be i I %  ' %  : ' . .. doui Uwl p.' %  i %  an eould istroplv l %  %  %  %  %  %  %  % % %  0 meet the I irses involved. p|Ck " lai.ns low i.... %  I Alif". T. 1)AIT A •-! I . Brl.*M u n m MECHANICAL .MISCKI.I.ANKOL'S I.IQI OK LICENSE NOTICE r*w 'pi' 1 %  i ,. %  i -• %  l.t.i lh T,. \ V. HAIJtH t-4 A !' %  I fi.ax-ivAi nAwoMnr. f.., Applt—HiN ii Thu apBHesUM %  t-ra il a •'* bald %  i i .1. M npilai lh. >tu< tI***, ai II A ** ll.\Jl*EH It hai • i,i satlaf) i>tti %  ludes. Prime HlraUiriistudy of %  %  iht Bank u*w ( ommont .,, ,ith at larfja. s /^ !" H*f nm ;' n ~ ii; W gTeater %  I-"i ,.t va the wtaoDi I multil.iieral and ad. mpbell *lso expressed new prci i that a system i,l long-'.' markets rtonarv pro; %  %  ..ti da CANADIAN Montreal. Halifax KLR vice and Saint Jdhn. U.R. HEKVICE From Newport. Swansea. Liverpool and Glaigow Kap*(U4 Arrival %  .••.Hat! • %  ••HI Hi">>'l <.I.M !> %  ••* aataaaat M Nov 10 Drceinbrr CO\Ta (M fdMx Black U'.. aiach Sltrl.l ilUra Ual AXNOrxrKMKNTS •UNDAV TIMEH "Ko*P %  an Btilain. Had lha Sana lltitaln'i bf.i hsfenbea Sunday Nrp.pr.. ftown Ut <'ou Uia aan. " o( publKalioo. Dial old and oblam a ub• M-i ftotn Uro-I* Muni*. Iba jltiitDnv Tlmaa C"'iipotMlriit ui^lUtDa. 111. I c a aaa jua i IN MAIUV H irmix Moll, bai-hli no Chaiir Choe•la* In 1 lh alltarlivr hn.. Intl rt-alheth.-d Ud II u 11III li.S. Mas New J*t Bomber l.lljl nil IK I AM SIIIK I I ,' ... WASIIIM %  luht tombrr ..I Ihl; Tin: MTTi.t: SIMM' l.\i,nisilr In-lich ParfaaMi by I.KIKN. LKLON0 Ullll LENTHERIC 16.12. K I" IBOOM KM rMOfBi I Dr.. II V II Drr. a Jjouarv E.itly Fabruary K. AND CONTINENTAL SKRVICE HamhuiK. Ki.it-ril mi .ml London llatnharf knU'raaaa H(.n DHIEI) mUTT Piiitia> BM ti— looaa and H"Hi- W-Ii.ii Hid Aimonda m ihei', W v I'lKlt i S' | Oraati Oatv %  rnaal, rr panmtaii i i" ril Apulia. I at a bn-trt and . %  I D v ilD. Ba .':-lr. %  A.M I ftBJIpB] I II Thu .11 -i %  •" i'" ' %  >*ld %  i i A n M..n.l I lMI#--. IPSB .1 •rill %  built light bomber %  BW plane if a %  %  I rinsed that H oiden-d n. •nun -••- mmmms-'mmfM.'%^ < ^ortlflvtl Tbt RRfl and Martin ..-ptwlnj li-'.v "<• two I'th' hnmhcrj %  "'nb.ly l"l Wool ala Ma rlattrr., I ui.. BVNAMB IA %  "ALT UMltBUT. DIM 7 DM11 Dec 13 Jan l Jan. ft nnwrtit I Fabruary Agent PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 Pa Pols. %  ..uu IT. aavaapa and Chjinpasnr. I'orl. BaMTJ i aektaU faaa WWafcf> Liiiurur. Half PM OhMBBI \\r hrs In iiilnn aai i aataaaara Ife ii our -.i„rrs vi ill be < aaad on Salurday mi mlirr Z Z i | CHRISTMAS GIFTa • • DB s %  w, •" IM V "-;S! %  irtel til d %  ST.,:'.. I rorm JJ %  Ua* £ %  p i %  i Bridte %  %  JCounlly BinlK,' OU Bcounln Viilac : a gBw. -ii: r A *Si S"-' %  i'" i . niS -& I VI \ll lh P above at 0B. BM ^lalkrr \ma lln—bOi. rai Vii:, gold England %  Quean %  S^hip HfH'M'l.y C.iil jfjlhr above at Ma, earh V I..MI.I. %  ffll-n I-*Bn PLANTATIONS LIMITED Bniaii >t. Baa] Baal|lBMani CHRISTMAS EVE AND OLD YEAR FESTIVITIES AT v?/ic <7Sarbados Aquatic Club ... t %  .'.':. PRICE $3.50 i I.VT": Prt.ll o DM N i %  s %  .. i nu i York Hai "'" i ml Rtna Plum Pudding — Hard Sauce v i: %  i M %  W ilan %  Demi Tasse .., • %  Ma, Dial 4*fii HdMr Mlh and II MUSK bj Mi C. Statue Oaiiiv Balloon Ounce: abio DOOR PRIBI li .. i 1 %  ATTBACTi (RATIONS m -J J i i\vini\ si in i< i. rrariBsani] Aliii BARBAOOa I'.r luiiiKr Information applv Da i-i.-r \ . CU LTD l-hona 11M MTV VOIIH MTIVIIT; IUII) f AM'OA PLANIBB II M WEEbS> %  -1 11,1.,1-NH AUA PvDTII ,.,.'.V.'.\ ALTOA POINTCB NUHKfILK KAI.TIMORE %  jew vniiK An. ut "S 31 Dr. .1 .. II Feb. 3 PBb 4 Apr. .VICW OHIIWS SMUHI. (HlnT\luHTLY) 1 ' ,/-, 6/ A /%  Ptl'tt, Cilll All ihi ..ii... %  ai IJi aaafej Voemt-n


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PACl li N BARK u MIS iDVOCATE II ISMS, ULUMBER 16. 1BSJ -' %  %  ivtJoal %  %  %  %  %  W HAT i %  %  i* that he I OMMENDABLE %  of 81 I %  i id what ( lade tax %  | thai rill bt Ihe %  .' % %  I -U!i n LITTLI: MAN YOI H ID A BUST NIGHT in London com %  I .. • ..f %  %  lake p.itf in .HI IT %  () \ II\/\I:I %  i ii. .i 1 Hazel! Is Not Read) For Turpin—V el Schoolboy Scores 100 Before Lunch HITS 66 IN BOl NDARIES I hfee Share Golf Honours MAIL BAG %  .h Kinf to apologiae %  n u thJVid* "" ,s bouiht up hen la in Uu Christmas he l ture of Una in hU On fl|y Mrs. a Ing "Outstanding ha meant 1 %  %  Tali, w. %  %  • the fewhave hng %  ided one %  %  %  l %  %  %  %  %  132. I %  . %  %  (ontinuI %  %  Sliarini: Heaeaeiri 1 %  i A inch H holes 180, lust %  %  I %  %  off • %  %  'Kir while A There > %  tlatmMn re. vv i Bt ( ombrnwrr %  %  o (or 2'. VM.rt'. vv I^Nlxr At BMkl RMd ft] and nil i Ingram 16, I tail tew foi B, Brootai 3 for n '. %  21) Advocate Christmas Number Competition • thai 'he verses forming the duea %  I'iis!t!-.;iN Number Compel i' loo clearly printed, to-day we repeat these clues In the benefit of those entering: tbt I %  %  i > ••mpetition bui m the Barbados Ad'. :!l be sent in with each to qualify com] Chert itlll a few Xmas Suppltmaiil ugh. • chaw—it's up to }ou. & Africans Sore Follow On; Mci,It n AndlnnesBot Well Oord • i .'.-• with %  Royei -Crei i i % %  Sir 'n I Illegal, said this '• "" 1 needy for Turpin yet Wembley Scots itt Get New Lion %  SIR, I .IN, begging space in %  r< %  In near%  I %  %  i %  i low m KngUnd dureerd many thai n batsman was itrurk; but In hi %  %  i i. . %  %  not ..lit. %  I thu i. i 14. h 1 • %  Oaborna, wl loi the benefit I dtovuit task, i %  '. ALFitFD am KNI .' %  Bl Michael. i down from 14 to II. The resulti %  Era I K K Uwell %  H i l i Ml V %  %  '.i' line Forward n-nii the %  reel Hue the haimnai %  | IH n %  r eeeugri '" 1*5 on-aj/ I' to establish oj dm.br I' m aine mg last Saturday. Skcclc who wax not out pushed the score along at ., fait rate and this enabled ntt Aith their lnt.,1 %  %  < io this % %  i 11. %  L %  %  I I I %  ' SYDNSTi I 1 %  out bataman ertlli lot "" : :| %  third day oJ Ih Wai %  %  I i by 19 runs. hind ndlng, to fol-i .. tlr-t num.. iltnOSt I i.urcly to la d, having %  kittled out the %  gre 22 in %  • Inninas total of %  %  %  • ,1 the cloea %  %  %  I I '.ween lleOkta IM liltie. who put on 101 runs In two hours, MrQetw, lop %  1, Innei younp t men r BM tune] %  After 'i : %  %  %  • ill and RodBI K ;i Al 22. BoU ,. m fauad bs %  -''' hn "" %  r '"'' :,,llt 1rm nlj roUecUna Bl I 10 The follow-on ns In VM.P.I ,l1 1 "' 4I and at v for 1" "1 : M .... .. 1 %  1 at not cu 1 Thomas said. "" %  BrtUafa title." latlon made then Hasall has won '-' %  U 1 Bghu and '.. %  1 %  Fter a six monthi "retirement K | pert the Bcatj 00 not wish to (f 4 ,, v.,,,,,,,^ H Vidmei Toppin V Mum, 101 N1 wltndi ii i. M\ |, -:. 7H 14 %  || ta 73i Itreuks II arid Record B8 II 1 t I PAKIS, Dec. 15. i .'ti.h taortl icp plaj B/I r %  .-. LH %  April, I95:ti %  %  BBgBllat Arms Said Mv. William Allan lacn ffi %  %  I Kellinaii l.ier rii.i to have ins next njht K V Kin.. Bllllngton lUver91 BS Pieked I Ratclifl no IM orr IJIIH Ceai i ti Bui %  \ which C' ilf-a-eenlu tl id design I.ion Symbol •mas has poinled out that %  thai only afflctal persons reproenting the Grown .tit it led to use the i i |>ol %  %  %  %  %  . i .. i lied to mrtn8 ii Mi WlUian i 1 i i s n A Sea rater] I I and talked nun.-* • %  Lord I f i i %  nsj on Hut te' %  I Bobby-SoKota %  i land) at Harrlngway, hi bind on %  %  %  title contender would b %  i. i i Glel ile Rood* I I v Jock Burke H In* $10,000 iournumenl i J.o g 1st %  i r i Women Olympics ? after he took off. Sports 1 ..:oial" he be.,I _. "P" rd establishe*! In • k.-, up. 1MB (l Anwrken, Thoma. Lami ..Man-' IK \\ hi drods of I | g ||. kirk Uoni tea hoa ki laar PI i v ..i Uabli lo tl Uoi ol rrfikh thay have kn I i blem I dOOl know how aboul the %  aid managi ch I N lion but if it ... i .v pre in-ill ol i Commute* %  %  %  i %  v bole. But %  at. a iii ..u e %  the in.ni Kiev Chiel ttumbllni t SIX MONTHS A60 voo SAID yoo'o ? THINK ITOV/ERi SO-UH-I-WAS \ W0KDERIN& DID I ? •— VERVWtLL.IHEMTwXD DOLLARS MOE PFR CEK. STARTING THE FIFTEENTH r NEXT MONTH By Jimim I I.ill,i BUT, EV'EIC • . THINKlNd UP WyS TO SB "Hvo BUCKS' UIDRTH .' (>OUW %  "ICI • Z tttMT \ URTS CHECKtP, TCCMECkfpl >OU FiMSH H*T X3URE *" COURSE' FILM SHOW mi BABBADOO tWI VIM III! : intuutusri i utore will i. „.„ .„.,.. \\i i-\, %  .!. uu i:u, -t $# %  I Ili.i.M! \,. W v. hVKiimrr. II. ln B'. I-" 1 II renaniaa %  I n %  Io fra*. BUM I he Irl, ph.in. %  faafca ii-ri., AI The Beam %  invited Remember! you will probably need some ol them belore Christmas comes |il. OIHWI 26 & 48c. l-j pi. flllllll £1. 29. H( Pom Whisht (ilnssi-s •wk ii. II rac. Brll Shaprd Tumhlers, each 12c. r'rllil Jlii,,' GlHM each 18 & Mc Kibli.d Tuiiihl.r. 12 4 15c. liikiPlM, •'! Pniiv Pan Pic Irum" Sponnc Mat** Pans & Mc. in whisk. Icinu Scls ( ln-.k ( ak, -.1 Kn (Ts < %  .,, I Thcrit .. SLOT S2.ll & CM 88c. & 1.19 SI.22 lluluc Tumblcts Oranuc Reamers 32 & M(. Pkukt, $1.64. S2.75 i S6.6;l Thermos Kclill96c. SI.65 iSI.In C.allaniscil Wash Pans S2.ll to S13.K! CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street I InII.II-II.M1O*. l*oli. DOM'S FOR DKIVEKS Ocn't neglect your Mirror — it should always be a third eye. \i riinivrii,., .. ROBERTS lag* Is like Kood iuutr.l — pP4lit with lejr. In ilo-ir ayda BU BOBI I I I WAV — STATIONERY lien WeaUj to rive" **j> hi whleh io c In. MANICURE SETS HEM* II | A## fAilVTS FOR ALL PURPOSLS Tropical While A superior white f exteriu' use. Docs not di eolour Matinto Flat Wall Paints V. hite. Tream, Green Natural Metallic Primer [ %  w Anticorrosi\e Paints %  attractn Colours. S Marine Paint* Unish. White Cream. Clreen Coiicrcle Floor t'.iinls lirssht Red. Grey. Green Aluminium Painl POt Metal or V.-,rodwork l'erni ;i nent Green Paint Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Phone 4456. --,--*----.-,-.--,-.'.-.'-•.•-•-'.-.',',-.V,V'--,'^',-,'.V---,'.t----'--.*--,---.C--/ CUES. I with all iu lor It. Here. rased in his red robe. they tjzr itl all the iiilu for girls i *ys. %  pood. %  I.,I Tonic too, inspect and %  rou win %  n nd don %  ,. %  ;.. % %  To keep them quiet jive i travel %  nfotl HI %  %  Orlh its vroinht in | ,un %  ii. 01 mend i i BeUi bring x i throujih the %  Plenty to i kaoaa bora, not i I ouee I all throutth the not by r.iiuileliuht. it foi %  Xmas %  i thay he. t^li the window i | i | .1. %  • DelfclOUa, delightful for ire, i must i rery f.ir. so hurI %  %  i tor Xmas, in difThrce of the choicest, not %  d the i hildran, eaen 1 %  %  %  tradition, we i cu torn, but %  • dry. Olfta for the young. Ihe old, nd b %  tread, UM and i i comfort, ng rosy face rou It's good to watch you drinking bl I Bd colourful. \ hied %  boiee DMke, < %  '!! do tla i oil. too. • %  r all n OU may go, rid space, as rj sreU know. eai end |...ii;v more so ;. .ull llnd • %  %  kind. %  BssM tin i niught. i. 'Plendour ean wan nbt. %  %  port, BKO Buster he might (time to. nought. And now Time is fleeting, -o get on youi Cri.rtmanship gives you much pleasure to-day. So charming, so heli I noake* you (eel glad always variet, good things to b,bad Its made for a Kin* Wueon. to U Remember the presi give to the car, it mint haw i carry you far. Opportunity knocks. the door, You too be a winner, wtlh quanqr pure A teaj pood %  haTB it. Xmas ch* r, b bum it %  many timeI ^ galore. Shop in great comfort at tru famous store. Remember it %  nacuU fit for "),. gods. Donl forge, n | a wtnne, agauut nil the odds. Wonrierfiil. RMfleal, .1 quaht> With two or with thTO will give rOU i h(i. Here % %  la a ] 1 Though a bug In I r be easy to find. the sportsman, time,' to ihe end, By a marvel of workmanship, %  very fine friend Royal, majestic Brat, You stand out iiishiu tu.h and we have a thirst. Lovely sparkling, delightful and bright, Wonderful gifts, so fitting and nghl From the banks ;*nd the br... of the land of the Scot. A perfect and hava we got. Some Rich and s. nu> P<1 the (muse %  There's plenty b for man and for dame. tha ladl ihe chil_ drcn, the home You must pay a visit and buy %  %  %  %  • -*.>. %  ..1 -hi bids you to take. The gcod products needed for that Xmas cake. -1st you with gifts o| %  1' % %  over. youll sleep well to-night. And reading nnd writing, and playing and art. A oilection of articles, won't 1 laaaa aMaa ., nar. Your feasting and d 1 wirli Christmas complete. rou h.ve wines, rum. ai i turkeys ;is wofl %  ereeta, Hi H.uUidos, but elsewhere very old. The millions that bu% H them we are told. Carpenters' tool sets, n the boys, ad doiishoi, many more toys. Now turn yoUf attention to things neat and bright. Make your selection, folk? it nil will come right. Here we have hidden and hidden ebb md even a Queen. Who will give them to you. We turn now to history, fu study this page. It'-, new and depend.tble, a thing of thi* age. You will find fu 1 ting and sweet, There's nothing to beat them in Quality Street. You must search for the best. you must look for Ub Co straight down the broadway, quite near to the top. We're Hearing ;he end. we're now outward bound. These will suit eVOrj that mere is to be found. And this is the last due we take a bow. We pray you don't fail to win the prize Now. BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS Draw for the Annual Raffle Prizes


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WHAT* ON TO-DAY %  % %  —_•> HMIH at 1 • aural Oial I 4 r*fWDAY C WEAIHEP RfPOftT ESTABLISHED 1899 TUESDAY. DECEMBER PARIS, Doc. 15. %  crelary of Slate. Dean Acheson ed Bntisli K"ii i Secretary, Anthony Eden on Mon1 it miles.'a solution is found quickly to the Persian ritual Pi I to Communum quartoi I Ac h eton In a 55 minute meetii B U n between MarioDi of the NATO Council toot I lltion on the urgency of the problem. Acheson "1"B Af T\ • Bey Ul I unis PERSIA WILL GO RED UNLESS U.K. RESOLVES OIL QUESTION MR. ACHESON ISSUES WARNING TO BRITAIN Mossadegh Must Find Another Means To Save Country Launch For Da Costa's nvllMH AKB a-!.%!. V. \ MumIW - ft C* M. BELOW U M.)e*tic new I Faidi>\ Shipyard. B)f Street, (or chad ye'trrday *fidrn*, t*> btllld M.J*Uc" Shj l* powered by a Dleaftl r in* sad bin a seating capacity fcr *< pawnger* B> nil** the DaCo>ta (IMI of %  tour Ottn>r are T: m. Titan .;%  Viluwl. STL VIA (right) wa. Uie lawt or* • %  >. UMUClMd at the Reef B_Hi yilftreW She | L BOM ftl St IftBM ^ IIIExcellency the A.MHK oSverueir and MrTun I %  %  seaek eartlei n UM morning to watch the launching of ibo Br.1 Oshing <•*>. Oain# fig. owned by tM Brathwaite o( Cib Hill. Si I \ states u conilr> %  %  i igh I I %  latinilu.'k'MbBMM rnernbej I I "in Which Should :in.i OlUSl I %  (i. degh Guvcrnrr..-/ I that the Tu* h or pm-< party strength h i %  Tlldeh mi I Id %  : nut New Pin A %  %  I | plan for I aUon, It was submitted to UM British FIT by Arheson'l policy pUnnlng %  Agrees To New Local Reforms %  I Jet15. Thi Bay of Turds today agreed m convcrsaUon wilt eYencJ %  ': %  ral Jean de Hautelo nippoH tare Ol the li French pro%  j. the protectorate nva bia consent In an UUk with tha French Reii%  raJ during which road* locked bv "I troop* and telephone cammurdcationa to Prance cut. The tw u decraaa dewi entirely and municipal reform) %  list Party IOI objections to this m pluii though it rejected the plan as %  wfeolc. Sources close to the Bev's Palace laid there was DO mention of deposing the Bey nor of his abdication or the removal of any of his %  ihriautaclocqua called on the Bey to abandon delaying tactics 'lie French reform plan. The <-li say he has been flndii ng : %  Utxta to ;tvfla pulling his seal ment announced that any Amerl-( to Ihe final formalcan oil i i Ity without which they cannot beto l ii' could do come law in the Protectorate. bui would) A Residency spokesm ...nse1 ...^f unch Moi'*'*': built at Mr. I William PordVi Shipyard, Bay Street, for M ItaCWii A Co, Ltd.. was launched yesterday: afternoon. Majestic li 40 ft. overall. 38 ft %  I vnterUoe with IO BL six laches da inches. entire and has „ seating capacity i %  I -sengen launch to he built locally for DaCosta & Co., LW. and ,1... the Brat to be launched at Mi. Fordel Bey street %  hipyard, Mr. Fordi two other launcl %  Carlo Ptanta winch were l.iunBhrd at th, |[ard^^."Ki Alley lipwa* HsJcaHr >J the fourth launch owned V* I) il .-; i The others are Trojon. Tira and vallaru. Trojan anil IT* built in Enghind lietween 1S2H and 19S0 while V'allanf was built in TMaidad and later bought 11 Cosjte'aa Mr Trevor Bownug. a Director DeCo •%  I C the AdiMicole that the towing of •Ighters made it necessary for the Arm to have an additional launch Formerly, when %  launch was docked they had to hire one from anotber tirni. Earlier in the day four Calvert fishing boat* were launched at the p ni of tin' fleet whb h ted %  the gnundi of the nahcrlca Experimental Station. after ta interview that theBi had also agreed to promulgate cerUal laws. Tunisian I'reil Idolne Bercoiifhe was %  — U-P. HKir\l\ CLOSING iHtw \ CGNStJtXn LOeTDOK !>ec. 15. %  . lentasn Icevme and %  %  %  mmunist mead on %  Wgn Office aaid thai tha einf iiosed n in Una with tha general %  1 1 tanker which chuse to i>r--.ik the !. %  It f Per i.r, oil %  tlon will be : the United I %  %  %  The %  by the in li Tudch party, It feet p earing t! i cally thlegal b'ork .le SCt lip by dill %  i %  MO In all with iboul HI c.f them 1 I' ngh.ti. —I' P. 11 Tunisian Terrorists Killed TUNIS. Dec IB. Eleven Tunisian terrorists were killed and one wounded and captured In a miniature desert war %  %  KconMngj to canoe] reports. 'COMMUNISM THREATENS AMERICAN FREEDOM 9 Mi*. Truman Dedicates New Slirsbre In U.S. WASHlNGTi IN Dei I'lrsnlent Truman speaking at i %  .i permanent new ihrlne toi Hie three ireel dot in %  %  : %  .. %  %  hs tdi daratlon <>( | the Constitution and the mil of Right \\ North Americani will H dat*troy the etr> thing the) ere to pgeaerve' 1 it the hyatevloa] fe i Coninnuuani > them into M suppreeeuig liberty at home". The Tunisians, part of a largi Iteiided ba scale organlaed "Commando" re< rred M I bellion in the southern wasteland, othci dlgnrtartas took p streamed across the border from the National Ard Tripoli before dawn yesteid „ m | low ,„, to earry out one of n w m be displ %  n for the Oral Prisoners Mutiny On Pongam Island 82 KILLED: 120 M Ol XDEI) out|K>sts. for many months. The t* ball were sighted by a taeptoad of Prerwh i>olice who Started from Ueni;ardane on an early morning hunting party. They radioed for reinforcements. Native cavalry on Arab ponies and a company of tough dromedary rldon %  from nearby posts and ithe three groups encueled the reoeti le bleak :.ir... dmu-s. — C.P. Curfew tmpo&ed At U.S. Station In TrinUtud l1>HT-OP-SPAIN. ItAll enUrted men --f Ihe United %  i' to o'clock %  urfevi c ItuiPod down last Tuesday This toll i.u*hl club ncident the previous night when PUSAN. KOHKA, Dec. 15. UNITED STATES end South Korean guardi killed 82 n d wounded 120 others in .... demonstration on Pongam Island a numb.! 11 saevtoe'cd Nations prisoner of w.-irl' 11 '*' 1 wn •ccufad %  local Chliutfe command. Tl ..,,.., ,.. suffered' m-n f be,n a Korc "" 'h*"*"***' U *. '"" ""'" the de%  Koreai bui led si them bj I %  ho clambered atop a Many %  .i.T Cold Miners Ho lie red Dead MANILA, Philippine? Plfty-fll ; Korean COOJUet and UV I rrtand By renrfc en a tl 1 tl la Bad Kon in oe pel unaflected by the curfew beUeved %  1 at the station since the end of world war. II. were 4O0 f.Klt I violence e> >" ^ ">•' UnitFebruarv %  %  prisoner* snd DM North An. i reseuen can soldi ,0 r^ach Ute men.—(C.P.) %  Ye %  • %  1 I %  tai ;.lR 1 1 : 11 Pravee In th<%  .. Keep %  umultaw nt Hi %  ihi %  A Serious Sin >, irununkrt newspaA CORRECTION He reewt th-i .bole f hc-lng murdered thai %  OB ti saaslnatlon. Mr. Truman ssssnowledged • n are dangi ra 10 n U1 dom and freedom -if nid JIS'I that "alarm is lustiflaoV' liul he said It II one thing to another to b--come hyitancal for "hysteria impels people to destloy the viy thing they are struggling to pre%  r.f I'D deny these rights lot ; I It I Poi m i" em brace metho-iand morals of C'irnmunism t'omrnuiilst aggression wouln !%  a moral d ., he If thai -hould come •hen the (""institution and the %  %  n srauld ba utterly dc 1 1 "...!• %  d-iiiii' '*' would be the gloomiest burial '1 %  : Id." I I' $-,80 SNA TCHED An iiiiid'-iiuitrd man match ed a wallet eotit^uilng I68O from A woiuitii on Whitehall Koad. Bt Michael, on Dc.ni ber II The woman wan bit wlUi walking along Wlutakall Road at about II 11 in on DcM-uibex IS, a wan atucked her and -natthed a wallet containing *i>Kii from her It wa* too dark for hei to ee Uie man. Ska was lilt with an iron %  take when .*he held on to the man Groeeries In Good Supply %  TROOPS PRACTISE: FOR CORONATION LONDI IN, r> M .-..-. PI Palao .t. %  %  il-ii nullified with Mi. %  %  I r ial -if all types %  Mi v r. tioddard of JofUMofl U Kedm.ui told the /luYtirtue yesterday lie said % %  r have punhascd hams and hall < m Zealand. '%  are ol scolli nl quails] and 1 %  1 a than hist %  Prli rrom *i 10 t., 51.20 r rt uu of the legs t> nid IH pound %  hi 1 %  1 inudian the 1 get. 1 !.%  1 %  ; n %  I,nt .,,.. jdsn ility. 1 : " 1 good lUSply "f dried labie foi bakers, sultanas from Ai. %  real free I mined pael rrom So,iti, Afii. %  '•'l"'" BJUBl pi. ntiImpraved suDlclanUj t„ boadoM'PlU-d, ..iid then%  11 of 1 pre n %  ddard aid that mean "' J "ffT !" %  "" 1 "' %  •Uiii f.,r the %  %  %  ti ,...| I thai housewives would phii-e the,,nident earlv Australia Wants L.K. In Pacific Pact LONDON 11. A.I11 Buan rnin,Mir.: BI Roborl G MenxtBB, is socpected to main fane HTBI appi toh t.i the Unit* levision of AN/US 1'aeili.H % %  %  eon !'...' Britain This wag strongb hinted 01 '* are in ruaswei to aueationi concei 1 rtel innotincemenl from Puttie Mimstei Wn.st. Churchll that the situatioi in th< Pacific In Itn Austiahan and New Zealand Prln Mr. Adams Coes To ( 11 111,1 /a 1 ha s nn o un i amenl had reecbad eompk h dug w mi regard I tall tundanieni.il pp .11 in due coui >.i I* I ol frkmdij 1 1 I %  %  plaM thai Churchill would M*i>k talks with %  %  -. ANZU8 an ooV 1111 Ihe face of it \\ WDUl u mambon <>( Ihe pact nnghg %  %  t n ike N'li ipproBLh" (Jontroiwtiy Ihe AttSUl pail I"i BB knee 10 the paclBt signed i Ausbmlia N.w Zealand uul % %  'ii UK BI eontrovenrj in Churchill %  merit since II was ratdie 1..-1 April. CaurchiU has reai objections to II fro tinpa< t ,,1 irenUj %  United the British Mission woo icdeiii for attainting ] rlolland and the Phlllpplra Briti ii oih< i.'i . im 1 %  j,..-. neithei Prance nor Hoi 1 MM hi Ihe Pactflc v hh h ralBtion with the liniti iitti. ia| bellevo in fad 1 iriiin. nod Nee Zaeland havi walked Into %  trap el '1 ive dj hi.i N. Dec. ij. Mr Grantls) Adams U it London ... ti 1 %  moo we tith oofeti %  on Thui rds Lot ivmg laMired . matt| relating to inIn kfontreaJ M sfni i 1 onn for i'ii QUEEN WIU. SEE FLIGHT LONDON, Dee. IB, The W',. ths Duke 11 fl which oxpa %  % %  to tjk.! ..„ is.. gandring. 1 imily will f hard work but if •*< Japanese to CO-Operatg *ith us i*.bava got preMeBBf," Mayhew Mid Uie fad 'ht hi.i World War If would not ttufluj In his duties. —t.P Pakistan Planes Attack Tribesmen KARACHI. PAKISTAN". D l.'i I AKISTAN planet attacked hostile tribesmen along the AfKhamslan frontier la^t week and Inflicted cs laities it was announced last night Afridl mbesmen whose pay for keepiny the pence had been stopped, raided communication. In ths Khyuer and Kohat passes <.n the irontiei nt 1 aid villagers leststed th.rakten id sola Pakistan Air planes atUtckad the raullen last TtlSSdSl SBd Friday aftei I giving werruu "BOOM eas: .laities were inflitfe-l on hoatile then dispersed Inlands Still Radioactive PERTH, Dae 15. foi An and Navv Wiiir.m hie htahofl said nn Sunday thet Mont.. Itell., islands are i! 11 dang* ... Bed that a jail %  lj-d to any tinperson sailing inlo the munlque said. "As 1 ther pur re the Mo W II Kha-i an Afleader wa, binned" -U.P. Fog Li/la %  %  %  %  ; %  .. 1. %  %  l-ONDON Dec. 15 I sjDdo ncr s sighted theii work to-d Th.Ore%  r f< %  wh %  .as suc%  %  • nod. L iluwed automobile. —U*. ( ind trolley bus isrvlces. —t* P. RALEIGH INDUSTRIES Arrial tUw of Ike 40-mre plant at Siuilnglunn, I nglaml 1^§ e the '*U'Ti. world's largest I most modern cycle plant makes Only Raleigh resources can give you the QUALITY — SELiASiLnv — staFNiini — and rrNUii. which di^tinguidies all Raleigh models. 1 he hkyveJl > u arc proud to 0*11. RALEIGH THE A 4 THE ALL-STEEL BICYCLE Barbados I oln. 1 .-[• iriiuM Storr Hells Them CAVE, SlimiKKD & CO. LTD. It—13. Broad Street \ aocTojiicoHeuTi MiraovTamjSMir.aacNia 1. Q*arup6iAawi.'t-" J i


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Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Publication Date: Tuesday, December 16, 1952
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r*fWDAY C WEAIHEP RfPOftT
ESTABLISHED 1899
TUESDAY. DECEMBER
PARIS, Doc. 15.
crelary of Slate. Dean Acheson
ed Bntisli K"ii i Secretary, Anthony Eden on Mon-
1 it miles.'- a solution is found quickly to the Persian
ritual Pi I to Communum
quartoi I Acheton In a 55
minute meetii B U n between MarioDi of the NATO
Council toot I lltion on the urgency of the prob-
lem.
Acheson------- "-
1"B Af T\
Bey Ul I unis
PERSIA WILL GO RED UNLESS
U.K. RESOLVES OIL QUESTION
MR. ACHESON ISSUES
WARNING TO BRITAIN
Mossadegh Must Find Another
Means To Save Country Launch For
Da Costa's
nvllMH AKB a-!.%!.
V. \
Mum- IW - ft C* M.
BELOW U M.)e*tic new I
Faidi>\ Shipyard. B)f Street, (or
chad ye'trrday *fidrn*,
t*> btllld M.J*Uc"
Shj l* powered by a Dleaftl r in* sad bin a seating
capacity fcr *< pawnger* B> nil** the DaCo>ta (ImI of
tour Ottn>r are T: m. Titan .;-! Viluwl.
STL VIA (right) wa. Uie lawt or* >. .
UMUClMd at the Reef B_Hi yilftreW She |
, L BOM ftl St IftBM ^
III- Excellency the a.Mhk oSverueir and Mr- Tun
I seaek eartlei n UM morning to watch the
launching of ibo Br.1 Oshing <*>. Oain# fig. owned by
tM Brathwaite o( Cib Hill. Si I \
states u conilr>


i
igh
I I latin- ilu.'k'- MbBMM
rnernbej I
I "in Which
Should :in.i OlUSl I , (i.
degh Guvcrnrr..-/
I
that the Tu* h or pm-<
party strength h i
.
Tlldeh mi
I
. Id

. : nut
New Pin
A I |
plan for I
aUon, It was submitted to UM
British Fit
by Arheson'l policy pUnnlng

Agrees To New
Local Reforms
I Jet- 15.
Thi Bay of Turds today agreed
m convcrsaUon wilt eYencJ
': ral Jean de Haute-
lo nippoH tare Ol the
.....li French pro-
j. the protectorate
nva bia consent In an
UUk with tha French Reii-
raJ during which road*
locked bv
....."I troop* and telephone
cammurdcationa to Prance cut.
The twu decraaa dewi entirely
! and municipal reform)
list Party
ioi objections to this
m pluii though it
rejected the plan as wfeolc.
Sources close to the Bev's Palace
laid there was DO mention of de-
posing the Bey nor of his abdica-
tion or the removal of any of his

ih- riautaclocqua called on the
Bey to abandon delaying tactics
'lie French reform plan. The
<-li say he has been flndii
____ng
. : Utxta to ;tvfla pulling his seal
ment announced that any Amerl-( to Ihe final formal-
can oil i i Ity without which they cannot be-
to l ii' could do come law in the Protectorate.
bui would) .A Residency spokesm
...nse-1
...^funch Moi'*'*': built at Mr. I
William PordVi Shipyard, Bay
Street, for M..... ItaCWii A Co,
Ltd.. was launched yesterday:
afternoon.
Majestic li 40 ft. overall. 38 ft
I vnterUoe with io bL six laches
da inches.
entire and has seating capacity i
I -sengen
' launch to he
built locally for DaCosta & Co.,
LW. and ,1... the Brat to be launch-
ed at Mi. Fordel Bey street hip-
yard, Mr. Fordi
two other launcl Carlo
Ptanta winch were l.iunBhrd at th,
|[ard^^."Ki Alley lipwa* HsJcaHr
>j the fourth launch owned V*
I) il .-; i
The others are Trojon. Tira and
vallaru. Trojan anil IT*
built in Enghind lietween 1S2H and
19S0 while V'allanf was built in
TMaidad and later bought 11
Cosjte'aa
Mr Trevor Bownug. a Director
DeCo - I C
the AdiMicole that the towing of
Ighters made it necessary for the
Arm to have an additional launch
Formerly, when launch was
docked they had to hire one from
anotber tirni.
Earlier in the day four Calvert
fishing boat* were launched at the
p ni of tin'
fleet whb h ted ! the
gnundi of the nahcrlca Experi-
mental Station.
after ta interview that the- Bi
had also agreed to promulgate cer-
Ual laws. Tunisian I're-
il Idolne Bercoiifhe was

U-P.
HKir\l\ CLOSING
iHtw \ CGNStJtXn
LOeTDOK !>ec. 15.
.
. lentasn Icevme
and

* mmunist
' mead on

Wgn Office aaid thai tha
einf iiosed
n in Una with tha general

1
1
tanker which chuse to i>r--.ik the
!.- Itf Per i.r, oil

tlon will be
:
the United
I
!

The
by the in li
Tudch party, It feet
p earing t!
i cally
th- legal b'ork .le SCt lip by '
dill
i MO In all with iboul hi c.f them
1 I' ngh.ti. I' P.
11 Tunisian
Terrorists
Killed
TUNIS. Dec IB.
Eleven Tunisian terrorists were
killed and one wounded and cap-
tured In a miniature desert war

KconMngj to canoe] reports.
'COMMUNISM THREATENS
AMERICAN FREEDOM9
Mi*. Truman Dedicates
New Slirsbre In U.S.
WASHlNGTi IN Dei
I'lrsnlent Truman speaking at i
.i permanent new ihrlne toi Hie three ireel dot in
:..' hs tdi daratlon <>( |
the Constitution and the mil of Right \\ North
Americani will Hdat*troy the etr> thing the) ere
to pgeaerve'1 it the hyatevloa] fe.....i Coninnuuani
> them into Msuppreeeuig liberty at home".
The Tunisians, part of a largi Iteiided ba
scale organlaed "Commando" re- < rred M I
bellion in the southern wasteland, othci dlgnrtartas took p
streamed across the border from the National Ard
Tripoli before dawn yesteid m |low ,, .
to earry out one of n wm be displ
' n for the Oral
Prisoners Mutiny
On Pongam Island
82 KILLED: 120 M Ol XDEI)
out|K>sts. for many months.
The t* ball were sighted by a
taeptoad of Prerwh i>olice who
Started from Ueni;ardane on an
early morning hunting party. They
radioed for reinforcements. Native
cavalry on Arab ponies and a com-
pany of tough dromedary rldon
from nearby posts and
ithe three groups encueled the
reoeti le bleak :.ir... dmu-s.
C.P.
Curfew tmpo&ed
At U.S. Station
In TrinUtud
l1>HT-OP-SPAIN. It-
All enUrted men --f Ihe United
.
i' to o'clock
urfevi c ItuiPod down last Tues-
day
This toll i.u*hl club
ncident the previous night when
PUSAN. KOHKA, Dec. 15.
UNITED STATES end South Korean guardi killed 82
n d wounded 120 others in ....
demonstration on Pongam Island a numb.! 11 saevtoe-
'cd Nations prisoner of w.-irl'11'*'1 wn" ccufad local Chliutfe
command. Tl ..,,.., ,.. suffered'm-n "f be,n* a Korc"" 'h*"*"***'
U *. '"" ""'".....
the de-
.
Koreai
bui led si
them bj I ho clam-
bered atop a
Many

.i.T Cold Miners
Ho lie red Dead
MANILA, Philippine?
Plfty-fll
;
Korean COOJUet and UV I
rrtand By renrfc en a tl 1 tl
la Bad Kon in oe pel
unaflected by the curfew beUeved
1 at the
station since the end of world war.
II.
were
4O0 f.Klt
I violence e> >" ^ ">' Unit-
Februarv '
prisoner* snd dm North An. i reseuen
can soldi ,0 r^ach Ute men.(C.P.)

Ye !
1 I
tai ;.l-
R
1 1 : 11 Pravee
In th<- .. Keep
umultaw nt
Hi ! ihi

A Serious Sin
>,
irununkrt newspa-
A CORRECTION
He reewt th-i .bo- le avail it sa sdtsrlsatiawiit
.ippejrre) 1.1 Hie Mindsy
U it'll
-iitin ihel Hi- sals ..( u k-
.t- ft tha ' "a 'I "le of
he BarbaaM Boyi sal
l.irl- I more
days
reel
The s^i.. ,t nckeai fr
the above Raffle iWd n
-iaturdav Iterember 13th.
relatives, and tclL
C< v.rnnicr' || :i., -. -i.,,i Uvtr.g.
l-e. ond the r means,
serious sin against social
poser. -
Iran Ihe
T ..1.unk war
Mr, Truman said tha' Uv
of human llbert) which iha docw
1
rlt] oul by "I
tyranny' and tree ivlthln by
. 1 1. fr--. -
dom of rseaa h "tut thought In the
Dams nf lighting: Com
- 1 imieiu h)
regulata mattan ol the mind and
'.. are mi
>f hc-lng murdered thai
OB ti '
saaslnatlon.
Mr. Truman ssssnowledged
n are dangi ra 10 n U-
1 dom and freedom -if
nid jIs'i that "alarm is
lustiflaoV'
liul he said It II one thing to
another to b---
come hyitancal for "hysteria
impels people to destloy the viy
thing they are struggling to pre-
r.f I'd deny these rights lot
; I
It I
Poi m i" em
brace metho-i- and morals of
C'irnmunism
t'omrnuiilst aggression wouln !-
a moral d
., he
If thai -hould come
hen the (""institution and the
n srauld ba utterly dc 1 1
".- ..! d-iiiii' '*'
would be the gloomiest burial '1
: Id." I I'
$-,80
SNA TCHED
An iiiiid'-iiuitrd man match
ed a wallet eotit^uilng I68O
from a woiuitii on Whitehall
Koad. Bt Michael, on Dc.ni
ber II The woman wan bit
wlUi stiugiiled wltb him.
Cdna BmiUi of Whitehall
told '-tie poll*. yenUrdtiy that
wl.it.' lie wa> walking along
Wlutakall Road at about II
11 in on DcM-uibex IS, a wan
atucked her and -natthed a
wallet containing *i>Kii from
her It wa* too dark for hei
to ee Uie man. Ska was lilt
with an iron take when .*he
held on to the man
Groeeries In
Good Supply

troops practise:
for coronation
LONDI IN, r> M
.-..-. pi
Palao .t.

il-ii nullified with Mi.


I.....rial -if all types
Mi v r. tiod-
dard of JofUMofl U Kedm.ui told
the /luYtirtue yesterday lie said
r have punhascd hams
and hall < m Zealand.
'- are ol scolli nl quails] and
1 1 a than hist

Prli rrom *i 10 t., 51.20
r rt uu of the legs
t> nid IH pound .
hi.......1
1 inudian
the 1 get. 1 !.- 1
; n I,nt .,,.. jdsn
ility.
1 :" 1 good lUSply "f dried
labie foi bakers, sultanas
from Ai. real free
'..... I mined pael rrom So,iti,
Afii.
''l"'" BJUBl pi. nti-
Impraved
suDlclanUj t boado-
M'PlU-d, ..iid then-
" 11 of 1 pre n

ddard aid that mean
"' J "ffT ""1 "'Uiii f.,r the
- ti ,...|
I thai housewives would
phii-e the,,- nident earlv
Australia Wants
L.K. In Pacific Pact
LONDON 11.
a.i- 11 Buan rnin,- Mir.: 'bi Roborl G MenxtBB, is soc-
pected to main fane HtbI appi toh t.i the Unit*
levision of AN/US 1'aeili.H eon !'...' Britain
This wag strongb hinted 01 '* are in
ruaswei to aueationi concei 1 rtel innotincemenl
from Puttie Mimstei Wn.st. Churchll
that the situatioi in th< Pacific In Itn
Austiahan and New Zealand Prln .
Mr. Adams Coes
To ( 11111,1 /a
1 ha snnouni amenl
had reecbad eompk h
dug w mi regard I.....
tall tundanieni.il pp .
.11 in due coui
>.i I* I ol frkmdij 1
1 I
plaM thai
Churchill would M*i>k talks with
-.
ANZU8 an ooV
1111 Ihe face of it \\ WDUl
u mambon <>( Ihe pact nnghg
t n ike N'li ipproBLh"
(Jontroiwtiy
Ihe AttSUl pail I"i BB
knee 10 the paclBt signed i Aus-
bmlia N.-w Zealand uul
"'ii UK BI.....
eontrovenrj in Churchill
merit since II was ratdie 1..-1
April. CaurchiU has reai
objections to II
fro
tin- pa< t
,,1
irenUj
United
the British Mission woo
icdeiii for attainting ]
rlolland and the Phlllpplra
Briti ii oih< i.'i ......
. im 1 j,..-.
neithei Prance nor Hoi 1
Mm hi Ihe Pactflc v hh h
ralBtion with the liniti
iitti. ia| bellevo in fad 1
iriiin. nod Nee Zaeland havi
walked Into trap el
'1 ive dj hi.i My IV II as su< ii t' r.
inim>n. Dec. ij.
Mr Grantls) Adams U it London
... ti
1
moo we tith oofeti

on Thui rds
Lot
ivmg la- Mired
. mat-
t| relating to in-
In kfontreaJ M sfni i
1
onn for
i'ii
QUEEN WIU. SEE FLIGHT
LONDON, Dee. IB,
The W',. ths Duke
11 .
fl which oxpa '! to tjk.-
! .. is.. gandring.
1 imily will
8
Shopping Days
before Xmas
If.Df. Roveives
Chinese Rejection
UNfTFD NATIONS. New York.
Dag L4
Una's rejection of
6-In India-designed plan adopted
led States for peace in
ed by V.N, hcad-
: ...,
I'.p. I
B'KTtAND SWSSfU
IfertraiifJ Russt*!!
Marries 4lh I'inlt'
LONDON Dae 1
- year old pt
Bertread Russell, Nnl^i Prize 1-
"''. took as his fourth adil to
Plncl
until kecently was Professor of
English nt :. Collage 1". Peru
Miss finch iiwnmc '
Russell as In r l,rloVgr third Earl no- -11 Ln Uv Bi sj
Crage, though he does not us*
title.
V.f.
Minister Off To New Post
' Minister

on the Brat le^ of his ti
up his new post ai Canadian
Mayhew
died for Seattle
[tOB where they will
travel by train to San Francisco
ta heard Uie tramp-
1
mber 20. They
had be.
<* forced to post-
pone thi one day
when V
suflered engine trouble
He said vWt going to bo a lot
*>f hard work but if *<
Japanese to CO-Operatg *ith us
i*.- bava got
preMeBBf," Mayhew Mid
Uie fad 'ht hi-
.i World
War If would not ttufluj
In his duties.
t.P
Pakistan Planes
Attack Tribesmen
KARACHI. PAKISTAN". D l.'i
I AKISTAN planet attacked hostile tribesmen along
the AfKhamslan frontier la^t week and Inflicted
cs laities it was announced last night Afridl mbesmen
whose pay for keepiny the pence had been stopped, raided
communication. In ths Khyuer and Kohat passes <.n the
irontiei nt 1 aid
- villagers leststed th.- rakten
id sola Pakistan Air
planes atUtckad the raul-
len last TtlSSdSl SBd Friday aftei
I giving werruu "boom eas-
: .laities were inflitfe-l on hoatile
then dispersed
Inlands Still
Radioactive
PERTH, Dae 15.
foi An and Navv
Wiiir.m hie htahofl said nn Sunday
thet Mont.. Itell., islands are
i! 11 dang*
...
Bed that a jail
lj-d to any tin-
person sailing inlo the
munlque said. "As 1
ther pur re the Mo
' W II Kha-i an Af-
leader wa, binned" -U.P.
Fog Li/la

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l-ONDON Dec. 15
IsjDdoncrs sighted theii
work to-d
Th.- Ore- r f< wh
.as suc-


nod.
Liluwed automobile.
U*. (ind trolley bus isrvlces. t* P.
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bi,-k guard*.
, threatened the
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when
hem win
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' ' CODllQS MUM) nil a*"irdy Light- A* I
t danriim Thr la* pmplr m Ltir foreground were miUiik thl- oil* out".
i ilmoat everyone
\1
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Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE QIFTS
Sptnd $10 00 Cash
. Itd >) : place
. War* dee
The biga* purchase tbi
Saner the Gin.
LOUIS L. BAYLEY

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'1-1 if ,H.| JHI*.
kl.. . (M.lBd f utliabl.. )t
M/lllONS OF WHIMS A6ll JHAIf
I
da
,
List'iiin; limns
COLGATE
aao*i l,i. i .in. *
M
an
(.in who spent her
.-inter in Harbadus last year,
back ifaln (oi similar
"". \ In guest at Huttings
( iirehai , j
itir Accompanying Mr*. Ranwick
... i-. Mivs Virginia
ll VbrfUtUJ tha bland
f . the tlrrt lima. A tir-du-te
Whit.-here, thi "' Unlaaa1tji or North
iiy IIW1.A. i l Mr. ,mrl Mr.- Cremhtoii Btrch ol l "", "' will be going on next
., ,. "Canar". Paynes Bav. St ,1 unai "" ' th- Univernity of Miami
OoeA tram $1. I.uriu MM bat \ ik-gree.
tan. tan. fW 4iarta A, ,,., hrr. .. ,u-te
.:....: Ih. ILMing. Hol.1 u.e Mr
rr.urnf.1 from ,i vim. I Ml. Jjm HaniiUoti *ho
!j S ^"^ <*" Thurl.r Snr^S
m England by the 8.4, De
IM,Ari" .''- ,l""""* >r** and Mr and Mr.. Alfreda
mleror Mrs. O I H....... if 91. a
Barnabaa. The u*m h,. pita it leaa* by [..a v. from Caracas,
"fzuelu
"i Ki i Civil Bnciiteer
mJMaB.
" ' M B A B,rl,*," Ca1Baa*i
I..i Hospital afhtmi tha waa 1T**"d Mr. Warron Tnorpa twg
mi in td. is A fber A 'latattil Matar& at the Gr.nada
raaldad foi foui Sehool. rlufncd
llM m Barh 00 Saturdnv m.r
Christr
nrriaaii t u JAM \B
iMt-i-ntn ihina in ih* inurnmi. k * \> if T
tourarir. How .m I rtott-B" Miould T !> - I
m. Ihimt mat -ay nd ot lh" You 0 p m. Jloaarl,
It..- I'lUr rhO" I 6 |i m T
MB
1AM III ri IINI tiv
Ij.unii-Knt pf.Jtt.blr i-ondllmn.
Bill don'l pesenHrtlnal* o. fallrr at hanl
laiai, mid >ou ran
IKBJN'AaT II MJAB4 N m ri..
BMtra .-ar* urad In Bnanclal Tiallw
in piopaaition* .ifpftma '-". family
Th. N.-v 4 IB
i
..i.- -i aaasM
Tna Common > I tb

pm. Tio N*w> in
i Prom IV I
SJSJ Cleans your teeth
1Fa Cleans your breath
~ -:v Helps prevent decay
I" 11 hi .i.d
, it,.,
aid -I..
He

M"
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fa U.C.
m ivai.
in. Advi <
, '"
n.w i A on s ii. i
I

preparing ,,, ,.,.., ,,v -- , .
aomini viilt of the Inh ba employad H tb. U I ] J i A. to nend theii
,. ,. ..*,., Ml CallBOaaf is I former pupi
for Chrislmu* H^linfi nmrlnul$,m W\ In irulni -r Harrlaon Collatya, and a mam-
Mr Fid \U i RfaftAI -^ ... '" r "' th'" Empire Cricket and
,,';*' ' T,,K mnrtm" "-'k '""..... F'-"" Club. Mr. Tho>e H
*' Aruba recently of M. P.e>- the ^on f Mr. Clayton n.r,>e
lea) Band, (oAaarly >f St Jnmes, I'oor bt, rnpector of St. Michael
Bafbados. iimi Mi- Maria C/Brian, hioI Mn Tnorpa and al i
al '' St. Jitrm, hut who baa "..-n-onlan.
begn n-sidiiiK for tha part foui _
n tha USA. M '*" Wonlh*
renirned to the USA. .ifiei the .,
Ai-dihnu. and the aroon M irt ^Aap, W|fv

B '.via On areak-and to


CkrittMQa Kntirluinmi'iit
1MIF- v
1a

nil be kiviiir .moth, i |*rform-
o'clock.
The pi.....
v. iin.ri.,,11 Camtml
Ml Da\VlD LAHK
orOj *' propHetor of the
Mr Band, who a arlUl Ihk I. "l; "-'tirned from the
k* iva ni>Manla.< liv n I n\}
I S.A
raUDw-workara ,-nt '" *>y T.c.a iftar ipanding tw.,
WtUl ., '"'hsp imllday with her relative*
'*ff ra K*
A larn number of Barbadian mm^wu^ U1. .....
r'.iffVer \mt Sim
8omUk| to t.ikv harpa
badot Olflce. Is dig
S.S. Braill from Washington He
will be .
maatpni Clarlta.
W and Mrs. Edmund Clarke of
i Mill. Si Joaapll; wore
LKAVIM, H Poartfl long the paaMtUKTB, who btfl
HWIA ..M,,. mmnim: I!'1' .'I1""!1 " W-lnovd., I,.
I. W I .A (-.
the USA.
Mi.-iklUi
i-wWf with their "auni Mni
iith Todd
/.i/A IKrthmay
.. I
dance.
on Saturday with
Cwmraliihitiua*
Cl

I, Mi Albert A OUtli
.iger of tna aVtann Bay Hum Co..
plans to return in 2 week lima
while Alval.....
"i'T for
ft \'. frlimi
C v; in arirttei
liar- Road,
ire (3api ii y \
R N Uetin-d and Hi I
Handle) li,, arrived from Kn*- lo re:
'T-MIE Mutes Grace
Jl BrathwalU' of Hritton*
Nday mornlruj by Ficdenck Chrlra
They are
land
th. iv c
Mot. I
Wim$ Cmmm
i i
k. Ooegki
Home has hren won
Of White
ind Audrey
Cross
lies left by the same op-
:- on yfarmeaday for the
'i.i r.mi.iii.t by w.i a
d* *lth their un New York
K Ml
I
birth of

Mr. WeeV'^ ^ in Ih,
on .in Anil.i
.....
r'irt Itirlhihiy
f 'iim.iia ni ATIONS
Miss
r.-mlr r Jk-
i ksbrataa
i ,-
I'aulin.- i- the daughtai of Mrs.
(' >'< ..'..on headnn't
K i -:......'
rilK h \i:u \itu-
AI ATIC CUB
N'OTK I fO MRMBRRS
The Prire of Christmas Eve
and Old Year Dinners given
in Sunday's Advertisement
. i niter-, error
< OtUULr PHICE is Three
Dollars .md rift\ Cents
<*S*(t) each.
18.12 52 In
?*>*?*
N TODAV
" pirn
i .: | .1.
an
ia m ll I1M < 11H
..!. ; I-, Ml I -I.O...I I'.irl .. t, aao p.m
roshi P1a,u Itm* al% p m n.iu. .

l-.ira P.-
n. ... 10 Id
Always brush yotar tO*b
right after eating with
COLGATE DENTAL CREAM
FREE
ENGRAVING
AH pon= bought from us
will be engraved with
your name or initials free
of charge.
See Your Jewellers
V. II. 1.1.11 A
A CO.. LTD.
20 Broad SI
Marino Gardens,
and at Greystone N/illaRe
Suffocating "Hot Flashes" stopped
or strikingly relieved
In 43-90%* ef cotei In doctors' tails!
Ara you Rolng throuah
~etMii|fr of life" suffer-
lag the -hut ilaaitea.'* ner-
fOUS tetiKion lmtabLllty
and oilier tvi
ays in ii ....
of fuiirtloiinlly-rallied
Ireaa of this tum>-uli time?
dJjT "' in
Then hem's hope for
!mj! In taata by doctora.
ydiii PlDkham's Com-
pound and Tablet* gave
"IW from tueOx dUtrrai .
In and 10% 'respec-
tively) of the casea tasted.
Complete or strUdae relief I
Surely you mow that Lydia
you know what It hs> done
for "Cirri/
But do you v. ... what it
111 do for inn- Not It rou
.pwif,fltiu) mil
,f lim.l.! tablllty K -i nftm nnoaa at
Bafm. BBolha' i,v hai
paaard >i, I.,n. Plnkham'a
UM V|ni>la <'on,pound.
OT na imp .vd i.blcti
nth ..1. "4 im. .n.l dla-
Oarar h< v niar'. ftwirr your
"chaac* f Ufa- mar bat
romif" ipo-.'.i and alrU
aaKartBn from (unr-tlonal
palDi id ai.tr i,l mao-
iniation -find i-inanam
OBdartuI tOOt II OUSMHai a*
wm d-i.iaw araew
&&&i6tooA
...the gift that recalls Christmas every day
vi
ft**
&
to
MNKI I \\\l>\
to the wforldvia TCA. \- I*
a few comfortable Hour* U) Mon-
tr, .,I Of Toronto m t^anfOO
. i n.
. aaBtsU i"(p'" aaa won' Tfirtl Au"t '
i.M'I.IMl'. AISTIN < -
CO.. LTD..
l.-.w.-i Broad Street.
Bridgetown.
.nn Pao.ll Sa. (a 0* Bsa
(JOB i:
Today | a S30 MM Show*
DflVT rMrTMrR Tt>
KNOCK
AND
rtnorrott--l.li a, .%..."
Ill oitlt VMt s.AMi
! ,
Und-. I
AND
\X AMllTKAN (11 I Hll I \
IN Till i'llll lillM -
RM'I'RN OF THK TEXAN
< (Dale RObl
"I IIiiii-.I-in Nuthl. lllh I'
t RlTrfl IT IN - VVHIIT1 VMIIIMII.I
\ WIN FRRK4)Ni: :t Rt KNFR F\LK -*TVF
>. '.'..','.'r','.'.'.'.'.**'r'ssss*'s.~s.'.'SS,'.'ss-'> ''.''---'------- ''
-it.ia p w
ESTERSROOR UN You Chooto Iho Riaykt *-
for rh-a Way Vow Writ*
l\orv day oi i ur **ift will be recIIM
with happy memories of ClaTaVtaBAB win it you giva
i "ii-rlii.-ik nit- parftet irriling taassnunant.
... .... utj
b | .:'. 'i e They make the mnet iitd
k leis .ou cfaooag eiutCtly
-' tin| Irmn 33
nmnhen-'l and interchm venhle Point Stvtea!

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TOYS I
OALKOn IMH.I.s ....... ,,.,,
PATSY WKTTIM. DOI.I, |g
,,,,IIS ....................... ... *2.1. .!. $3.34
IOKK,,S tl.211. tt.lt. t4.H0. tS.20 o ST.T8 |g
""'S ................................ 12c SI 2(1 4 till
"' NS .............................. $1.75 & S2.I0
11,IS ..................................... A.l Price
-T"V,S .................... SI.HI. 3.11 M.HH I
1 AKS ................................................ 08B S48.IMI
IIKIMS ................................. Mf
HOI.I.Ut SI NTIS .... Mln
......... aaia p. ^_
and im.kmtv BOBE Toys J
so a
M.I. \IK1AIII1 Till: TOY SPKCIAI. TO TOY I \ND
l
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOUR SHOE STORE
_______Phone: 4230
AMERICA'S
FIRST
PEN MAKER
Numb.r.d
Feint S.yU,
READ T1I1S-
^Mlrememhr. ,...... IIOHKRTK
in irai STATIONERY
trtrr ii Moman looks askance at.
Iler I,.,-.!. (r ukr* 4 s... on,| slaner .1 '
i-.'i-n- Hi- -. i.. in >
Hbopplni iiitii.'iilhi-
Antnony at^i
ah i(..h
II -ion. oi
own Moon
Ad
t"
KOVAL
U.l two
1 Tody 4 \ .
MOMVMoos
loin I
I IUrrl-i i
i.l !! .
HIGH NOON
n.. Sl. of a mast
to run
IVORY HUNTER
Jr> T*etm:.lr- BAIDSB* OI
""" rifs.Ki
KATIC 010 IT
Hi.

4 as a
Wad s,
Hill
Donald i .
i "T rtta vm
- at ibi
MM.I bm
WiUi
' Vartln
i i i .
..Ktsao.
W1 nrt Ttiii
. .'.,' A w.n.,
'wrsTieffir. 8 f^g^
WOSIA.t natii i.ovra SMI
Mrw..ii Otarairr
J-*n Wavo*
^lattonr Dtatrich
BACH
Wllh
utciiir n-r.
ai
stnti
i i>i
"304
J
CXbsmj i- (hr ii mi. . ,iu. j.,.111 now
> follow -up my < hrtfctm*s i-oiivinument.
Moal ul It it M K. R. HiiliU-'. Show-
oom, this year . not thi- usual thlni".
< ii l- unui j in fart.
Baatrtoal Home rlajayaauaaai. attraa-
Hve rmtum.' Jewellery . a colleeltoii
.it line walrhe-. picked up on the way
Ihrouih Switierland. And Toy. natural-
ly, from Santa's I'nllmlted.
"Porlablr Tvpewritern will please mao>
i nimi t-t Hermes I've elver the lot
"There yon have a few of the Tree bend-
1m Item* thia Christmas Lots more to
tee when yoa rome In."
K. R. HUNTE & Co., Ltd.


TCESDAV [lUI.MBh.K in, Ikfcl
HAIliniMis VIIMH WE
i \i i limit:
If Dot aavad bot .eeUng
Salvation. plUM Will. f~[
mii; imm.k
Wblrt MakM
Balanced Education System /Weeded
"GODS WAY OF
SALVATION PLAIN" J
_, ft. BObarta, Oop*l *'
Book ft Tract BarrlM, 90 \
Cuuti Aa, Bragor, *TA ,*
*.;::'.-:.;' *.-,-,','.*. V,V."
BILE BEANS
YOUTHFUL I
FIT ../ Ja? g I
-full of rign
ale Be.oi mil .
Jso nub you
n.l, full ol
.crgy. cheerful .nd tucsculul
fouwul tie. hare inJigewon.lle.d-
cbe. ut be cur,Hip.ie.i. Inferno
nred if you take Bile Betnl
I SUM TO SET THESE MEDICALLY
PTED HI tffBntlD PILE MB
Child Must Be Free
To Form Personality
.... '
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. .

Mr. J C HAMMOND rto.kdf1.ft.fUl I
lege in a lecture lo the Eli-n-.-i ..:> !.<
SftllJftM
m i
Saturday pointed out that "for our education to be
healthy and fruitful we must keep a balance bv
academic training, character building and technical ti-in-
inn and "not allow any one thread to dominate the othera
Mi Banunond abo called attention la th* dangei In
n. attng the child uii '" l"'
moved as hi- aattara think tit. nae^Mtiiaj thai individual
personality which is las inalfc
Mr Hammond said. **" a kaln :
IT is a great plea.uie W be
!efe today, and I am deeply ",v
t.nscious of the comnll
aid to me in Inviting
To part
i
i i pan in
i#t i


Jury school.* h*vr ren
(-(.portion*. Thr
f gevundary school faciti-,
, jUi.il.lr when it
~ la appierlated that there u nevere
boy*! mere
I dor> nut en-
Lhaa thai
id glad to [<, ft|
ystelf in Ihll mftftTB)
Mtther bri
i which I belong.
ol tlM
ike

rj school- ,
< """ Training
... |o I'm- "ii- im i...' ii.lur.lly lo Ihc
...oblatn f"d "'n""1 "' thought, which
I laid a the kill s, hoolma.1. uscal < !" dlwaa ol
m,- warld '*""'' "" to build cltliaiu
-you know thai -bevauae in thu W '" training ol character and
mhealthy em-
Mr, placed on
..... 4
. ,,, , .4>.ilil be judged ..ii in mil.Mli
' know thai I
crl> compclcnl lo Mdrm you.
of leeching the nee grot
which

ill.....ni i that lu tone
WONDERFUL
TRIP"
Tkfi how thousands of
axporlanced travaltrt do-
tcrib* their flight*
1A
PAA
and
wries of thought!
'.mii'. whlcn mai
and wni
'lies -n :
nectrd with oil
i-T- Mom
.,,.. and discipline ,f great Import-
eli paid. The m*t n ,-..->i la Ike
ho hai noistiot of
.1 whme
i wards
1 hU ow ,
pnnenta of
'*> b*>
ike othei !i"* * '" ;'"" method..
.,.,, Tftee have never iwi able (u put
Please do not mlaui.der.Mnd g?<* '-* '"' examlna-
i u. opptiM- ll',' ' ma ihe
,n. hut. K it Uke place. "" '""^ cellftd, foi
. met We km*,
island pwourci in uBOtftd, x, ""' '" " UkM re-ort
pftMUtv, Wrtthoul
Bee kwai to the character
u vh.me Abtx>tt
iwaUtn raatury
'" ast.".
( npinion
t.enrral (VrliKcale
NEW YORK
4od stop serv.ee by ihe Imun ui
El PiM.Jento" or vi. ^njuan bv
jopulir.mcncy-iavinj 'ElTunitj
EUROPE
Shi lervic* by gianl double-
sd "Strato" Clipper.' wotkts
Utest axlM.cn *o Paris, Rome
tojoy ttopoven in Fnaland. Ir-
nd-
Venezuela
ercqueiir fflelitl 10 .11 ". im cikct
l twill Convltr-typc Cllppcn.
nol.ii
l UK.-
IT) M..." IMI
met to mated (nil ol tni cd iou ""
i,i. you *"i """"
mm ammton u ' "'"
some ..f in.- ihinp I icy seem u. ITU| ""i '
>ou incoherem or )u plain cnmUc.1 procc
Mupld. 1 h.vr had eomp.r.live- >"ltrae Hie cee.l good ol
ly mtle lime to prepare ihi. the i.tl am
consul, o< a i" lnev.il Wf Know now now
and otaeiva- -
nccrn inconse- kule ducatlM
: .- :!"
.,,. ganda. and how ., child lie.
of il
knowledne ! mem- .
. M, nave reacted --'.
Mujor llini.llllv Mr ili.:ipi.i"Hi.eiii In
O" major ....., dt-r.
P.'rn,,0a.,ra,.,reebd '.T
;v." 'give "eta**! toSS .mum pu. ,.-. Jo. ,,,
s i^vinuig x xsdz..,:'
nndu,, TroS ,;,.""We" have ncdenuc alillm.p
KfcVtH r^
of machine, we nave mi"( Th, ,,,. haUvn In higher nn r.irniiig. .1 ""1' made an ob-
K?,I 7 .l m : The re.ull > leWld; .....,.....
?i^n 'crtoeiV and who Ihlilk- face lb. eo.1 a, U BOB '""' '' .m-
LTlk lul 1, of ou ,,ulred. Thoao who r,
^1 if. u, orcach n
U.* !-linT 1.7 .Sort I ar. an " '-'"..... "
plagued wilh .. muHll,,,!,
these iroublowime
love to abttrnct th>
plum fiom Ihf p
Soe only their OWI
-it ihe patch-work i
Uttl
vrho nui! - ha
tninlna ftloni I
. prldtingi 'f oonaei.
pitch > real *n taterfftrti d
vtduftl rtghl ftlaniy
Thoxc of irou who
Atdoui Bux> Bl
i. of a World' will
Indivtdu
ftt.i.i 1 1.

Three Aspect
Thev it'U it th W :
in 11 ..1 < Luminuiniv hfti i"r.-. man, tor It ta tl -.....thai
the rellgtoua, the polltl- -.tin. on Ihoa* who letoul M
DftTand ihe wahomlc, and the! Un pattern
moat of our troubleti comes Irorn particular i-ciin.n iiu'
,P, of tbOft. three each rukrft ***&.J| .
10 enlarge Us sphere and dom- able. You will .,r,n'm^r1.0*J"(\
I- Sal Otbtnt The medieval only the 'Alphas were ow
!,,;,,.unman* i^lft-OW, full intellectual d.-velo,
!the RerTatoSS ** P'^arily lhe 'Ep-dom' ..-..
......in Wblcll drugs to a sUnd.
Jl. i,vi. 1- prtmarU] tcoaon-lc, .mbtcllity, * infti
The edueation.il lyiterM hftvft ,,rrform their men"
1 M gtf and
Ihetr ''' n,p llr*t s*"h""1^ ''''''", oiodeni
rocAaeUc, men were edurated t< not li
iiful orlci ii \ old
1 hi gpiin
.111 Hunk .if ft 1 Kiiplrtcly.
.. ..-.
..: 1 .
i-nd large the onl) randidaU f' ba set tneer pn
. le. tlvft
from thai limitiil clau entry. In paulng, it
ig thai thw i* thr same
uncial problem a* that which hav
11 educetiao JuM
thg .Iii.iI
a .ti.-r.iiM- lull, to now
<.u\einmellt Aid
Toda] tali hftg 1"
. 1 '.1 inn., ut
ubBldy to lucaUon. by the wide ^^ ^ p^ur# ^ un(w.
-1 the unlvamt] dog
,i|v|il|i
iboUtion i.f kM
11 the 11. 1 ii. .f lecondai *
rhoois. Unfortunati I
1 1 perij un-
.
ii.ne been Ii -
porl

Hm
U certain to |...v k'-hI divi-
. .-. .
tha mimbei' 1
I
%/fAmerican
- Mti#i/> Umi ns
tv. Cmi. A C. I>d
hMM un iahm tv*-*.- *-.- iwai
the. sln.iil-l
ilium rancour. Tile
hie tlional plBJll
, Bran N' wi.ii.i'
b, prexu; UK To.
,nd Hanoverian nehaols .'..;: A, ,
.....unlllled f.
.c.led to he genllemen. 11...
have reaehed "* "g *.'SJ
its-?:
cational pur,>ose. We "" \>< J'' f., ,. ... T|,e',.
train our, children to ^ enn^ ,.,,,,,,,,, 1. i, (| ,.,,..,.. ,.,, .....,, b much
hU| lot *T 1 1-.1t to alTli.- Of value m the ..mii-i.lion but it
,..,e and ; '. liewnte;......d ke unwtoa to nrcept the
Practical BklUa
third aahool ..f
ulura f
I iiihiii'.....nl.
. ,
. '., train
1 muie Uirough
miiai skiiN ttian Uwougfa
NOTICE
tlan nentlemen and_ *_ I to .6*1- of V.I
"V'K8- i?.Id^n more than If vmi I av .......'"'""" "". ......'"'IK ''"" &*"*
haekneye* ami 10 more in. ^ | f >" ,,,,,, ,.,.. ..,. a ,.
i.iou. Pl"'l"'c-^, Wf ,|,l,l :.", : Munk, ......,. ,i-
'"" here Tthread, that ;!'VJ^ ,,,,. ,,.,. lu-lieve llim "
our educational eon- Jv. al) chjld en .... .11 round i.-cllnlral education
tnil then attempt U ,vi,i L taarully.
know tha infallible way t.. Irani y..ung im-n wtM I.-. I Ini.tiatcl, (hi re
ept
nlm-
We shall NOT be OPENING
TO
111 SIXES*
ON
Saturday 27th Dec*. *
Always Refreshing!
V it's "4711- Genuine
awdrColocBC btaclai
and Ircdi like a morning
brrctc ,:nJ sirjiglit
from C'lopnc on It dim.
Cet a bonk lorcomfort
lacaj now h
oioldl
Will our friends and Customers
please note and arrange their
Shopping &. Order*
accordingly
THE BARBADOS CO-OPERATIVE
COTTON FACTORY LTD.
"Cussed things, hen*
"I thought I had taken
every precaution
yet they still get worms!"
"Tlicn then tops one
precaution yon didn't take
If you'd dosed \ni
with 'Plienoz'is'
once a mouth
they would hare
been in full
product ion now"
'Phenovis'
rut smi in nil *.OTHitsi
controls worms in poultry
OBTAIN AIM I I ROM V 1 HHVOI N A SONS II \lt ll \I n s> I 11).
\ i i Ud.
a*uh\iiiir^ ,<>nipaii\ ol Imp,rii'
>S*c?
ZEfe
^RrX^
MR. PLANTER
, ,. i conaideratiOQ
the famous
MASSEY HARRIS
42 B H.P. Heovy Duty 6 cyl. Diesel Engine
WHEEL TRACTOR
| M... uviiilulile wilh Hall I r.H L .:
uilh our 5 Ions AM.STKKI. CANE CARTS filled tvllh overrun ilrakei
and I'neiiniiilir Tyres
These units Imve iilremly been tried and proved lo Ihe isali.lacluin
of Iheir owners be .....n i lliese siilisfied owners.
I.KT US ASSIST TOU WITH YOUI1 TOANSPOnT I'ROIILEMS
Olhcr Miissev Harris Agricultural Fxiuipmcnl available includes
GRASS MOWBIUI AMI l.tlAIIKHS
RAKKS
PEN MAM III I 1IAIII IIS AMI IIAI.ASSi; M vvi III: SI-R11ADERS
HHTH.I/.KII in .1 in in II HIS
Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
V..m Kiii|iin ii-.s invited I
COURTESY GARAGE
lllllll IIT THOM LIMITED
DIAL 4616 Whil.-p.irk Road -
AfeWtS
J1j.433iS*3*
a

lusl .on Im. HUM (1) UNOWN I'roillul- wlnllur sliirl,
or I'siama- ami ...ur-. is lln I linii. ..I .. I KM Keiinwii Sp.irls
Shirl Ir.uii Sali.lv s line range.
IIIIIRV' Onls a lnnilcl (ll.i.....V
Geo. Sahely & l'.( (Bdos) Ltd.


PAC.I
kuihu.os ADVOCATE
,V. D8C1MBBI M> MM
BAfADOS,A.ADVOCATE TIIK QUEERS < ItOWVS
<**< > IH > Mi C 1.14 Pl4 |H-
Tur-H.n. Decemhsi 1 IM
l llAIM MM
THE i :i reached by
the O

be i' wealth coun-
' the
I been
chaf I " ) last
niin met ii i'-iii to form-
ulate nKFC's fourth report The Euro-
pear. i1inN
i stride multllattral trade and
Ahull will eventually
niakf i convertibility ol cur-
rem I 'Is. No one
tKpeetl that thii goal can be achieved
quickly biii n is noteworthy Ibal UtoCom*
monwcaitd conference strewed its Inten-
tion to avoid Greeting a disctimin.'
economic bloc. The Commonwealth can-
projperity .it th*
pens'- n nation* whose pro
]tv i mpoi tant to the ftabflil
the free world then the prosperity of the
Coma A; the lame tun* >ms,U
dependent territories are (ar more vulner-
able to tin lr,cd
than are countriea with gn
human and natural
The British Caribbean at thla 4
its development La completely dtp*
on guaranteed market* tor the s.i<"
prodi: i1 the tyatam of Irnpnrial
preference it seems almost certain that
their i ecuritjj woutfl be Imper
illed. All Weal Indians mual then
.show the satisfaction expreeeed by Mr.
Comes that exfa ting]
maintained.
Do the othi i hand the British Carib-
bean like ail other countriea would b*
d the objective* of O.E.1.....
and hnpori.....to buy [roan ttv
nearest and cheapest markets the Kooda
which they camml obtain locally.
In this connection the goal Of th>
monwealth conference, the expansion of
world trade, must be warmly welcomed,
1 depend* n b* D*cn Bowrnrnent
interpret* it* atsnonsibUity to achieve this
objective. The Cotnmonwealth i nferenc
has outlined the three major principfc
i1 foil* wad by nil (hWeenrw rrt
Inflation and rise* In the cost of Hvtnfl
should be curbed. Th. Hi "'
Barbados so far has been vary reluctarrt,
to take action to achieve I......I and ta
this day aontuaues to sut&Adiae eertajn '"'-
ported oods aHhsatgh wa es have
hvi rsJ tin i ere ftrat in
troduced Secondly sound economic de-
velopn ei l should !> eno raged v th the
objei i "i li creasing ptofluctp i
and cornpetiUve power, providing en
ment and i i I irda of life v I
every one agrees with this objective there
is no unaniroiU of opinion u to ho
to be achieved locally, Professor Be
In A Fiscal Survey ol Barbados (a docu*
man! which ought U) be studied bj i
ri,., ,i- Barbados is r il
undei developed countn within the real
meaninfl ol the word. "Barbados" o<
under-developed nor developed
but something intermediate." Um Its
culture is (alrls fully developed i
major crop is vuii
too often, overlooked by planners, such as
variation, of rainfall, partial dro
hurricane and disease Too little
lion has been paid by anyone to Ihe
sustained by sugar plantations after hum
canes in rather periods of the Islands his-
tory, 'ii' oi j real economic developmen!
i Ki : certain reward in
Barbado is th* expansion of the iDUrlSt
Industry. The advantages which tins in-
dustry possesses are threefold. Tourism
provides directly and indirectly grcatei
employment opportunities for Increasing
numbers of Barbadian* than any other in-
dust: *r Tourism Is the
'
and the < tied by tourism
era for the i-<
np ol trade Tourism is a
and both the Common-
wealth Economic Conference and the
nKKc meeting have stressed the ne
i", for exploiting the dollai i
ot fully developed
The i can be
the United Kin
de\ el Coi mwealth coui
are wi known Australia, Africa and
the major portion o1
what< ]
can produce for Commonwealth develop-
ment. Capital for tourist devel
lid : -led by Canadians
once the government ol Bai bad
the* u capital proflt* and ofl
: | .
by tl
i e followed here
"tiitii.t-
n.ii . Ideal

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of lb
and Mil be
the in
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t'mle
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may i
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ST i:i)WARDS CROWN The crown copied In the Ume of
Cbarlei. II from (he down worn by Edward Ihe Confessor, la the
i ! Kiirfl*- J All monarchi of England have been crowned
with it -nice it vrn made.

i now
for urs In the
wine bi i
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1
;id undei fof two *re>at | I bs
:> OUSbtSSI
llaram lor ih.- rtJtM b
loysU) .did wltmlmivcly befir

pouued. Aiiii
walked foe MV* '
Wnvri EdwarU V*j, nt the age of
tne swmd. in

them should be ,i BUMa, toe wai
sword of uM spirit,
ivlal was valued Bt n lib. day*, alinough not ntnclly p,iri
Oniaraentcd Swords oil
Bui i to bs " '" ,hc Sovereign.
All Were Suld m, A Rjogral rlnji o
All wa re- On of Kaupnup u uidudtd in
kingly r-)i pf
;. bsai A,i*J '* i 'd that wtv i bei
the Crown on idvtsei m sd bsi bo irrj
Only Crown whkh ll DtMbeth i Oiled up her llnscr.
i ihe ring sh.
.t bet Oorae il i
thai she wa^ wedded to i
io ihe 'i tre '''' i Besptrs i i Orl
i plots The Resali.i that will
ifiarr< havs bsefi irrnboli ol
I.....Id i I Ines Roman lime* I
,. ,,i iM- on ..lined Uusn in Rome. And
U erownin* r Kir.
I ..- itl Lhs B Sword
snd Crown were the only
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menb he
DM B ! i '
I
i i lialt
[1 represents P
The > whi'e dflfVs r'
mounted ->n ;. globe r
Equity snd Men
The Orb "the Ool
nt to l

ti all the
': | SSV
m In Ihis

t
u
.. i ... DM 11
1 ron on it. It foot
I, but I II ryrnl '
I t to wear it I
"Oil l-'rom Heaven" Ihaas ureoou'
The Barons' Sajuabblas 'i;' ^ 'mnHed to ihe
r. on
wDJI ind tbem back ktuv> i
A \ '.. and
at 1 ........... (f on ,.,.,.
. Th* Ur Ck'tober 31. 1952
Our ItVatlVr* Sn\z
ChrMmaa i./w-r
I
SIR W.
ind ina*e.
i
'

ind gratl-
i S 3.00
Wild Bo : '
Hi B.T. Dwti 1 60

-I tur) ... t*o
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5.00

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1
. 10.0*
1 00
A Friend 5.00
Friend LOO
n '. ii. 1.20
rt 2.40
M ll 2.00
.
. 5.00




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i will be
i < n Mlu lor the help
of jcut resderi i

the numl' i I aulstcd

I isee.
Ident, Mr ;i :
League
Frlei Nel ."i Street

3
DorvQ$ foagm* CkrhtmcM
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..in -i iiiiuii,
I 111
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Ptlblk Unlut.iv:
sfe.
be grateful if you
CatCta the
ly meet*
l*Ul put. and 1 am
pubUc would welcome s
motion by kobm honourable mem*
ber or tnemben requi
the *7th r>cember, 1952 be dc-
:
t that then
Such
sveryboOb
one always reels Ui
haws been Inter-

it hot

the be.t
day to go bark out to *
UN Xn !'
I
OHOST OF X'MAS !
ffnai
SIRA review of Bim appear-
ed over my initiaU In unday'i
Advoralr. A friend has .
attention to the fact that Mr
Tberold Barnes is Joint Bditoi
with Mr. Frank CoUynwre ol
Hun. and bai always been BCtive-
tb the publication
My rsfsrence uWesnrs to Mr
Cnilymore as oondiicllng the
' -iimto-rMMmed" might
h) imply n slight
Ni Mr liar ne*. Phis wa* pure
. i hope hi
will aeeept my apologies and be-

.i.i batend. 1 was
u Barnes wa
nnscted with the edit-
In* of Him. Ihoueh 1 bavi
ill rontrtbutlon
neular 1 have onMtbw
that his amusing drawing cOUld
lh" eolleeted perhaps in book form
uld be a flrt-ratc aouv-
sedr "f Bsrbsdos, and might well
liens I" anv br. -
...i b> uur Publicity
Commute.- All (hat 1 have said
4 r f.n tin
I am sure.
:.: I HI BSI DM
Your )
AUBREY DOUQLAfl
Be ich,
Ha>'.int* D*. UUfc 1993
Ribbon Parachutes Are A Bomber's Braloi
ribnon^wrichute pntin-
;..| many', ** here
ol ire Unisl rm paratchjtce could not be
eloped by British Brrn. found The hat band trade was
I
ad s . i. ..
tandsrd pi"
run The furthi

Vu w k on parachutes a nil
i rexes is t
.
ko n< much ..
. Be- ularty six- i ..n where

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my io
tourists t
ijtinR hot*
fiat*),

'
just a trifle too
l "jsted to
fdonl t*!<- i
r
ould at
I i heard noun

I i
1 nditionedl
buildinftsj
^.n buses,'

I
all the
: orthern toe* it Re\
t. s* r nvii
America.
..re a fea-
that they
persuadedI
tor eomfori
. re assur-
ed that th
room if I would '*-'
tempted to
..
re far hnR
night** rest In a .-idjusted
1 believi
i .'
from [! mvinced
there b n
vide, that
majority

1
1 This is :,
i
Ptus thhL tailed and only re-
air, it a a
' rUdifli

j will be

for an ei
'
heavy capital outlay. I
m
:
ill rooms

i at night
but switched ofl ri t
this Wolii;;
and the Lndivii ...

at the i.i.. ...
. their
onderful
.
them corn-
it reason-
1 ti it would ob-
viously be a eoiunoerabi* addition to their
comfort.
much when
.
or not)
heat in February. There .- s certain tach>
mque In thls dls.
concerting con plaint that I Hum do
not stay long* i to learn
It is a Bcfentule fact that human beings
*n a prc-
"n'IK"'\ -res much
which thev ai
tomed. and we musl |h*J the
n* of the visitor are all-inv
portant
'' ..-me here
, ulj eporti to their
when thev go
home.-Thr rl wit| f)C
larnely wasted if an appreciable proportion
01 UM'n! them an Impres-
on that tl^, t,ere
n amenities for
their comfort
Itora thla
seison If tl
prefer them Opinion ;
now and are titei belpful
tl e tourist
liamed from actual
lh. past
Wvoart theyaS
worth printinii,
OIM>OMUO\ lll s
Tni: '"'' .mour in
Hollj
h ri'lusca
ABMtiCM
acton .,a.

ann-Hnt. t I
21 month*. 771
Hollywi
OJLUUES11 Ui ARIES 11
AT THE
,\ivo4.\ti: sraiMsnan
lor till V.UUHCXS.
VEGETABLi: GAKIIKN MAM WM
A Powder applied to the soil and worked and
B rrnU a pound.
UQViNUME
A liquid manure put up in I'j Pint Bol-.es St * ernU RetUe
th water. Weak (I Teaapoonful Io 1 Gallon of water)
Medium (2-3 ,. 1 ..
Strong I* ., 1 .. )
When applied by watering pot does not burn the foliage.
For use with your Compost Heap for converting the
waste materials of your gaiden into Manure.
10 rentn a pound.
WILKINSON a HAVNES CO. LTD.
Successors To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
BtTKWITH STOntS
$515.00
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
MORE.
Krd Cssssas
I -irr * Bioruu.
Dinner
*4e. per lh
tl. per H>
SI 20 per lb
SI 35 per lb
*0e. per fb
7Se. per lb
SI.20 per
Un
iplre Coffer
Make thin week
CANADA DRV WEEK I
rh.mr eirl* ... We deliver
Jl ST ARRIVED . .
Spaghetti
\ rnnlrelll
K.ni ,ii pork
i I../.--, salmon
Apple*
Peanut Brittle
GUker'4 \\ inrs
S. ATriean w n.
Trj a ll,.ui. f
GOLD BRAID KIM
. Costa leaa than Fin
.... Look sood
. . Feel better
Meet itif rt . .
GODDARD'S
RESTACRANT
Enjoy a *nark while
watrhfni the liopplne
rrow-da go by

Only the be*t SCOTCH
and
GOLD BRAID RIM
Served
GODDARBS mswbk


TUESDAY, hid Mill K ii. iv,
BAKBAiHi* U>V PAGI. H\
Timber Mission End Tour Of Barbados
British Honduras And %WK wusma vrvnov iim nn |)ruK,sts
Bahamas Pitch Pine
Of Greatest Interest
Taxpayers
Union Being
Considered
Efforts are being madi
ii Tftxparcn Dsiion arhl
Ml to "speik with one von
lo Government on u
of Income Tax and IttoVMH K
ters
nil if
THE THREE-MAN T.n.m-r Mission concluded its
three-day tour .it Barbados yesterday, and will leav.
morning on their way home after two months In
Caribbean Mr A K A Lamb. Conservator ol Fuiesi*
Trinidad, woes to i- imal duties in Trti
while Mr. C W. Scott and Mr. J. 1. Richardson, fly home
via Trinidad and Jamaica.
Yfteidav the Mission vis.ted
el | :, . .
witnessed tiie launching ol the
four Culvert fishing boats, and
Mating witn tiw lum-
ber Com 11
of Commrrrr, held a
with Uie i i
Hal Dtvatopnam
and Welfare Organisation, woo
linanced then
Mr. Scott. Leader of
at the
Marine Hotel yesterday evening
that they wire very grateful for
the hospitality extended I
in .,i
Circulars have been toil Bol i Bai .
to rbout 500 taxpayers in .ill Mr T. L. Cozier made "admirjl,.
taxable income groups, inviting anangemenU for their brief stay
them to attend a tiniin,,' ".. '. On behalf of the Missioi. he
next month "to appoint > I expressed their indebtedness to
mittee who will draft -n those gentlemen who iho*.
rules for the Union, and takl .tround the island, and demon-
ruch other sUps as itod what was being d
saxy." the Housing Scheme, and in th-
Boat Building Scheme.
The cir-ular states: ,H is Matr h
uiousana. ,. B-^_ m:|[|i. m ,.(ll,ado- |n
"The advanuges to be derived p*'31 building of excellent timber
from such a Union are obvious." k''*n a* Santa Maria, IRXB Bnl-
the circular Continues: "It i* "h Honduras,
felt that a concerted body of ,l *** also clear to the H
opinion would have far greater ">*' there was vtrj -
effect than any individual efTort; mand for pitch ping m I.
that legal advice could be sought and a keen demand for good boat
on disput ble points, and such building timbers, such at the Sil-
advice provided from the funds ver Ballis of British Go.
of the Union; and that "rny fortunately, the supplies of this
coereiv action by the govern- wood are not large, and there was
ment against nny member ( umand for it In British
Union should result In immediate Guiana It*
re-action bv the whole lauun. I" Trinidad, he said, their chief
_ TH, cxul.r ,r, ......
;'onc pouil which is t ,,,. ,, thlrtv.,|V0
Importance Is the need ..1 In >oa , nd whlch WM no%i.
OJJMd iillowai:.-.-.i. -uih M Ut iwrnnnlnn lo bear m.
1250 a year tor marrUd in.h. ,,, n,
I*10 .*??. *"" 8S*.1"*-"* m .mall site, but a. the tret-, act
oldar, the sizes would In
Ma\ Confer
MRS VEKN'ON KNIOIIT yceUrday vsmng cut the ribbon to pen, the Dew Yoiiken Service Station
at Eagle Hall On the left Is MUi Doris Jones with a bouquet of nowri. for Mrs. Knight, and
right is Mr Kenneth Jones. Proprietor of the Stutlon.

for the area.
Last week, the Trinidad Phsr-
9 rpted a sun-
s


i British GuttM
.. i. i
.
. rrinidsd |vanna<
to prepare a date
* r the DfOP OOd CSssfSTSSsM
present arrangem-ii*-
All UldlVld
1 itlilll. .til

ii.lard.
Lnboufer QiaV^ed
W illi Soa'fl Murtl.r
ANTIGUA, Dec. 15
, Uriea loth, labourer of De-
trggd with

II
It is allsnJ that the child STSJ

lion of th.- 'I'.ci.i M
Trmidr
SI. Michael fibfl
Scouts' Ass.
\onkers Open Service
iioui Mating Station At Eagle Hall
for Ufe Assurance. T M i
axices are out
consideration of the ptfl
of living, and niie "f the flrst
actions of the Union should be
make an issue of this point.
it is ab>o consi question of Pension Schemes, as
far as the individual employe.- _ 'uril
and whatever surplus might be
for such uses as deck-
ing of boats and yachts mlgnt b*
of sotM special interest in Bar-
bados.
Morn Timber
A further point of interest in
rai th local use of
Mora Ob timber and charcoal.
Ob tills point, Mr. A. F. A
Lamb. Conservator of Fan
Trinidad, explained that in 1 I
id they used as much good Hon
r I ... ould, and the're-
that the object of": mder was .oiiverl.^l /
Union "is not I 1 and sold as fu*L T) > er
roent, or to get around Iha to- '",K ^wything to aDoourofs
come Tax, Laws. The obfad ll larroal as fuel, be-
have a representative boH
opinion which cou'd approach
concerned. io
Sider.it on, and the regulati
concerned be brought In line w
other West Inili.i, '
One of tin-
behind the idea
everything to
i Ihe use of charcoal
f utilising
^^j the waste products in the forests,
government on matttn retaUni ""'" "v llowlni fr On
to the rales of .neon-., UU H " "f ,h" >t"u" *[*" .. ,
observed th .t there are some (;;"'l"1"" "; S~ that
people wmo do not pay ts '" British Guiana, after grnon-
share of taxc. while there are * MOW is one of the most
others who an- than miportant limbers There, it was
their full share, and added that *" more plentiful than green-
ts one or the matters the Union heart.
will want to discuss with the * therefore obviously Im-
Gwernment ' ,m ****
Mr. J t ll ,
master of HaTTtl
appointed President of ihe St
Baal Boy Scouts' -Local
Association when the Association
held its inaugural meeting at Mai -
rison Col
Mr. Lisle Harrison, ,\
CniimusMoiier for Ihe Area, said
that than | .1
group sponsors Combermere,
Harrison CoIIukc. YM.C.A. and
the Cathedral. Ha
Hammond to act U chairman.
Major N.olt moved a resolution
fin Tuiming the Associaiioti. lit
known .1- st 11
Area. This was gcoftstod I y III
Prank Blaikman. This motion was
agreed to ungjtln
M.mbiis were tlien elected to
.!'u which tin
rats of. i-kibseription was tlxcd. Ou
:hi- ntotiOfl ol Mr A. A. Durant It
wag decided that the rail
be one dollar per annum for
elected members and two shii) n*-
per annum for associate mem-
bers.
Major C Noott, Dtaa Haaal-
wood and Capt. H. .1. Williams
ran fleeted Vice President-.
Other elections were as follows
Mr. Frank Blackmail. Secretary.
Mr. Michael Phillips, Treasurer,
Mr. G. R. Bralhwaite. Mr. c
Brathwaite. M. <; |;
Mr. D. A. Fowlev Mr. J ( HoPO,
Mr. G. Bynoe. Mr W. Abrams.
Mr. W. A. Allen. Mr. A. A
Durant. Mr. O. A. Pilgrim. Mi
G. Qutatytst, Mr I IV DdVis and
Mr I. A Lynch, members of the
Executive CODUnittSttfi Nti (' D
Gittens and Mr. A. S II Vi
Auditors; Ma jot N 0 ". \ I
Chairman and Mr. Frank Black-
nian. Mr. C. R. Brath*
O. A. Pilgrim, representatives on
the [-land Scout Council.
After the clcciiom Mi II .n -
' mond asked IBaRIDStl lo ker-p
I their enthusiasm alive. He said
that it was always easy to start
THE NEW Yonkers Service Station wai I
opened at Eagle Hali CoRati ' terdhj \ 1 ii in the
presence of a lar>je gathering when Ml H.\ C Knight cut
the ribbon after Rev D. C Moore tud Wei
and wished it success. After ipeechei by Ml .1 E T
Brancker. master <>f ceremonies. Mr Kenneth Jom
>r of the stnln'ii Mr V C Knlghl tnd B voti
thanks by Mr. McD. Srinroonde, rafrethnunti INK*
.served
Mi 111 inker said that Me luckib for him ha
- .1 n l though a|i graatci pi ice
itng of his iit-\i, BsrvtN U
tnd vttybod* w shed -. n
him success. Mr. Jones had cer- '
lalnly efaossn a veiy tine site J ""> ",u been m the transpo/i
..nil tie. Mr Brancker. had no __,
doubt that the ame business .*'
1 Mr. Jones had exhil.Ur
in his other concerns he wouln
. the running of iln neW ' ""' ,""Mr '
Bervics station. of towi If a cat 1
Mr. Brancker-s rein rka were v' l1' ^
followed bv Uie blessing of the amt '' ""' ""' '......
Station b) Rev D.C Mo losUoul locon
this Mr. June, vpoke x'" ""
Hesaid thai tha Bervica 81 itlon .M b;ilI(,
was no overnight 0 > latlon so that
mushroom decision. The gen. I ,,,, ,,.,.
l'"h,"r n 'if lhe> wish*
1 eing constructed
* it being n
;
lhar* w.i
thra t-t'i
venture.
in. v, nh
in trie

I

a. the
The Proper Site
It had lieen his CsM

station, but there

prcper site. The presi"
tatlona
and mOttO] Mr Skinner whom Mi. JcaMI
made out of n. tad aarlh
could not in ,u, .
money In H ipoh* Re tld that it
was his first had taken much energy nnd effort
on Ml

for Mi- v Kj ht tha
ribbon.
nd that
Mr. Jones hud shown
petting 1
sight,
. to him in ttfV>, but at thai
time he was not In the be-d ol
nd was afraid intake tin Moving the vote Ol Hi
... sold, but McD- S.i

~ ' .... community for having trai
any movement but it was difficult e*t the Eagle Hall Con*
to hold the enthusiasm. looking place and DUlldUl
Mr. Harrison 1. oved a vote of ihi- itaUofl He
thank' after vhh \h< ,. lad Ml -1 DO Id the
film show. Ing of the stat
yjouA JGnaA
Shoes
For the whole Family!
$4.00
Mutm
LOVELY
L1NQERIE
Q1FTS
Art Silk Slips
13.43 lo S.1.51
Atl Silk Hull Slip-
S2.I7 In *?.J0
Nylon Half Slips SI 61
Art Silk Fanlirs
83c. lo S1.fi
Nvlou Panlii'S
$2.29 lo 84 82
\* Ol K WOMlKKIi I. /|17
HOSIERY f\
W \>l.ui How in 42, 31 i.nd f.11
^iip uuukc vsilh dark oiillini-il
t-* Heels, dnrk Arrows, it dark
Heels from SI.33 lo 83.23 pair
Pure Silk Hose 82.87
t'* NIm I.. Mi-sl.
Wtk. H || l S2KI

*?*/'"'
Art Silk NlghtlM
- :!i.-, i., -I mi
N\lon Niuhlies
HARRISONS-Dial 2352
1,-NH-lA (ilFTaiid
niwn sikh'
Novel Mn lur \mav
I'reseiil.s
Ii.I,h.. BullM
(.hi up in Qoraaoui Xiiuis
Pack .il no i-xlnt iharne -
.ml. (..iv foi Hulliv Xm.i.
Pack ran
AT UMEDA GIFT
and FIOWER SHOP
Aquatic Gap, sailing
agents lor
BKKi; H'EATUEKHtAll
Illi.
Hook your otder NOW
We have
ol n.hii,.- M
Urdus and
some Canna and Aster

coll iii "f ttie rainbow In
i Ol Hull.
i..i or
W In be in lime u
gel Blooms few the Horn-
enHnral t shii>iun m Pab>
r>
laU
Hollas, mejha ., practkej
and original Xti,.
. i Part) Una
a h i"i Mi- ntat3*M
i mi-da (iin shop
nil: U-NKaVDA" itu-
. lad n. st Banltai | I iun
dry. A'|Uii!n (l.iii Ahen .ill
"Hi-l Hay m a
Uiicrevrr >,iu Hng die best
I! find M.i-rl-n
SWAMP-ROD i
\ Ihcrr BO rd lo o j.tunid laaUag
,\\ in.'rr.hl, 41..I irorftMMK, l. I c fou h-c
/I I Mil U I m : IHM ^ s I .la. \\\>"
tU_ KOiu' Mirarss*sa IVAMP.ROOI sdfl
ad 1 pssrlrj ."in Ho>a lofdV i i
r m.ii ., hi-lllo.ct Yoi.II tr I HIM
i' rfn ifsrVtrhii nn htaiUrlii. ao
marlnsM' \v \mi'hiuh vorki t.-i,
loo, bssfiaaee ifa UauH nd lour i>i.i
beo*hi n "i>ii klv* Don'tlaaacaancei sriti
Ihehcilih of rr aidnevt-ukc K IMP.
Komi Keli-M. s\\ IMP-ROOI .wMi.lt-
from the q'lin mrdi.inc in the x,ir|.!:
**-* auJ r*f! (.11 l>K. KIIMIK<
s\\ w\v ROOT TODAY*
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Qtoi/w,
Gi aWiadivc Jaw PaLjis
ltl< llWtll III li\l 1 IBffl ilVrfuinr A IVuden
PONDI .n 1 -11*
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l>l FssAUl ROM MsAT II OaesM in iw*>
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lOlt M PARH i'i hi 1 mi laVaTM i".n
GOYA COtOOKI \ ruin Ml in \m 1 11 .* Paah
KNIGHTS LTD.
It must be a
SIMMONS
Bedstead
For Christinas
BEDSTEADS only, Rize 4 ft. G ins., each 50.01 $12.60. $39.83
Size 3 ft 3 ins each $3" 3 and $42 30
COMBINATION BEDSTEADS, size 3 ft. 3 ins. $55 38
SIMMONS SPRINGS, size 4 ft 6 ins.,
Each .......$24 50, $29.00. S43 38 and $68 08
Size 3 ft. 3 ins. each....... $20.00
PILLOWS. 18 in. x 211 in., each.........$7-55
CANADIAN INNER SPRING MATTRESSES,
Sizes 4 ft. 6 *ns each . ......... $11130
CAVE SHEPHERD S> Co., Ltd.
10. II. 12, 15 Broad Street.


PACK SIX
RARRAtMiS ADVoi III
TUESDAY. DKCEMBEa. 1. 1M
Is Backache
CAUSED BY BOTH
Kidneys and Liver?
*s) u half u
Nwj , cauarstbat
why Dr. Chaar's
a l>rio*uch quick.
. u*% **) tuflrr ailb
' Fit lhi lini ; :
at noce
C"ii!*in "pr t r t'h kulnrva and livrt.
Stf 1 U Iwl Kind, hra,,acr.y.airh
MS and ac-hing backloo*
iy both kHinv*and Irvrrl I
.., l> Caaat-'i K lwrr-1 i
lbs* ptwduci uk-1 I' *
ilust* Kc -'vsr lull 4 cencury. Fhe
iiaok "L*. Cbaar'' m yw* assurance. 7
Balanced Education System Needed
# Frm I'ace 3 autoinobil. c.-iginrer*. i an be
Thtir iiu,.| prooiaui ;.k,- that n if great
... more pec.alL<>e aecnd.ir> .ilucaiiur. "Wad mwhamc*. It will nr,t. at attention to
A tecftni.-.il \acho.,i
costly than an at j ... academic uimm in tin
it requires not only Ji.jti.u I

BACKACHE
IS YOUR |
WARNING!
m
twUth* llr the fir., .it" * KiaMr
TM. Th. k*--. a>* it- bl-4-. Mtot
H^all-iHl*
b.ih SI1 IW .
atla. T* blaad *tat* u kaav*
mi* win and *. Th. IIM*
Hall a j'i !(*" a**1 *"**
trili h, docti M luiwn rlaMf arm (hat
[toad'B kaoW. hit. *. kl. r-d * ItiaBfl
f .*. arias d m I*-* raw
Uo-d it and raw lard (l^. * tr.lwd h,
tvalth and aaart?. tan M r
In.* an iwid'i Kt~, Ml,,
far tarrr battlr at all
malical and science *ixth form-'
of the first grade gram:- -
which u the necaaaai>
tlon for a university degiee III
engineering
Barbados tirg' I
riant, and
'


but I sait
but
taff. but also
ment. and tht use <>i .
material*. The te> b
.......sg
cated as the S.\
of a Grammar S I
the peda\tjogu*.
market price in
persuade mm k|
lead, you will haw
as much tad .,, dcerut , readllv all uV
than be could tarn out .] , sentimental argument*
profession, that are sometime* brougri'
The second problem is to gi\. defence It it the Sugar Industry
the technical school trie social of Barbadoa that needs technical
gUnding of the old onild who And*
Grammar School Unfortunately S*n V^^etry difficult
. -
;
EmMar"! i it to your tatsdbsssnl
rhi- dent- ..h..h '.cr*. in* PBttaana I 1-boui trie M
tv*t to often. >ou do To intioduce academi. ,nucn. t m rjrBQ'MtJMC(j ,,
xpects the ch.ldren parad -ub)-U ^J^f^^y acho. Ijimng. and 1 ,n. |t
Mg inspection, and he foi h*re so few children are going .-_--. reu,.niiil* l l doctor* calls and all the t i follow a future academic ~*T* S57 ng and return* that are our,., ^mea potntleas. but to " "*??},! '^S^,.^SJ
I suffer at Harrt-on delay it beyond eleven for thoa* T,CdU^a,',f' **blrm" from
from -ell-meamng folk tww wa. unpoaubl.- Therefore. [n*anfle 'vn. fl,Kl ,,,,', *'
runk it would be good f-.r rteven waa choaen as the age be Wind to other angle*. It may be
thlnfctm turn in* itoyi to do this o* that, it would, of (|.versification None the !- ihat thi* duality of purpose can bt
..nU mean a day here oi an hour [, quil# faa,ble to tram a boy resolved .: I may be
t) all had their way i a ,,,.?, jcademi. .landai.l iroil ''' iW|gJgdrig m it.*elf will pro-
hould cease to teach anything Ihe agv of mi,wn onwaids .f hU vide .
II Routine . a very neces- grouping ui the ba*,c RI V i feel kUre thai H
backgrounu to ^hool.wort. .llv ^^ l!eitI11( ^ ,
it needs
schoolmaster to
onlng
miredaui its
Social W.lfar*
DirrWuli>
OjUjajtti
ny of the tupi-.r: cal education an
emotionally the fl
forced to und> |
training for win.'
capabiht>
but the implicjT..-' th
a child hat no acaden
he will therefore have ttchnlral
ability, la. of couna
true. Furth
the child know full ncli
try to the ncan.'i .
live, and th.it IhoM hiU
the beat brain* in thjtli
I the scholar'!!; that* and pa>
the entmr propaganda abm. :
| esteem has so far aanaj
ttttude of the proud parent

nil be
which
-------.1 the light of tl
Tie difficulty is t.ut the general Mis lf mv melnud f ^unnjj the
l .v*m*"Uiyio!Chol' chil" Problem haa offended you I crave
Here In Barbadoa you may not Urt! .r l f,e eltner here or ycur pardon and p|ena- ^im-inty
a afflicted a. some, but I have '" En,^n ^k*,1** "V** of PuH>oae at my excuae.
> doubt you groan under many ,r* "mm*^i^Ch 'V*u Leaving th., controversial .**uc.
The returns jou have to maKe wrt"'rl io build successfully We wt,(rh i h..^ i,-_,.., ,., ,,,
kkf certain social sutiati's ** * intelligent hild a ho ha* on
I ba dulj filed I mysei: nave prcgreaacd faster than his ne.gh-
. felt croaa with eionori.ms tnu,' o*cut> he has more natural p
Und the cost of school milk ability and perhapa because hi
proper! tie educational estimates and n** been more studlou, and mor.
M .i.Mk out the high percentage regular In hi. attendance
bv whirl 4 education in Baroadoa. I school. And we want mm
botwasm ,\ know it does not matter as tU * knowHilge. not ,ust the pub
->th
let me return again I" tt>
iples of our profession. Wc
to do to many thing* that the
task indeed seems formidable By
at our personal examples as well a*
l*i our more formal teaching, we
n- have to produce the right e)t|ggH
W*m payt in any caae; but >>1 ability We are not nt*rettrd for a Barbadoa of the future Wi
** to give it stKia) itandinc to >uld like to are the Social In hia m unle he can also pro- have to found our work
-re Estimate or tne Public <*uc* n standard of lechnk-al pro- ,an value*, and. never lo*u. ajfjH
an-i diffi^. much IU...th Eatlmate crsdiUd with the Hcien, v in English tornpo-nUiii 0f that esaenUal foundation, we
though not all. ol thr mateml it expenditure' of thla sum rather and Arithmetic. have to provide all of them with
rcallv need* is at present in our Ulan the Education Department. The problem then r^'ve* IWHI Ih(1 opportunity to develop hi* or
^hools It.on some econoinltt could tell ut into how to let the brighter boy hor .p^iai talents. And yet. we
This has been something ol . how the percentage of the revenue develep faster than bis neign- nave lo Trrnernbpr Brave New
to m> *tenT_ on education had been re- hour and still give ^ rlr oppor- w^jd. and beware of planning
too minutely, of treating the
hlld a" a pawn on the chequered
Enough to fempl a idint
cvfn Sonlo /
4te
0aa>3 Tommy passed into the Giainn..
JM School, while hi n"it*>\
aav a a* s/i t*a*|| failed and ha gone to techmca
Dodds Kidney Pills schoi
Third DHsndt,

IIFT?
Mill Ijxikine lor
The rSBRCS GIFT?
Ask to set- the new
Presentation Casket of ,
UM/.C0L
TuTLET SOAP
Three lovely large rakes.
>f thii drliehtful soap in
. dainty plaMic runtai
. flr oppor- Wor|d'
original argument. I have tried ducsjd. tunity to the dullard to reach a
Id maUitain that manv threads are Thla u#e of your school hour* mpectable standard of general
woven into out educational theo- and your teaching staff for pur- knowledge and literacy The
, snap* to*c* wbuh are not strictly du- official .niwei is 'streaming-, tho boanf. who Mil he moved from
r and I* forgotten a fault will de- catlonal u likely to incrsjaae crllection tcgether of thOM ehil- ^"'' '< ^uarc a* *ems khi to
:..r.rii. We have three rather than diminish No one can dren of similar nge and capabil- us his riders, and ne>< I
i.iam purp-aart. the rehgiout. the criticise the laudable object* of ity. so that -a' stream goes faster individual personality which is
Heal a1( the etonomic. and thete i!ervice*. but I hope that and further than your other hi* inalienable right. We have to
truate main s-hool* of educational Ihdue who tntuxiWe them will *tls*uns. TWl is logical, but ii ie- steer between the davll of
thought, the academicians, the try and use a* little teaching uuiro* for its implementation a regimentation and the deep -ca of
A third difficulty is l< aracter builders and the techni- time a* possible, and, above all, very large achool numerically, unco-nrdmated effort. If we suc-
the elcm. educa- be economical in th* number of and. a* all of u* know, the r(.,s| ,,. Wlll K,Vc ^ ,.,.,.
in a achool the a To e healthy and fruitful we form* and statistics they demand, streaming of boys has. in practice. ,f .r fB,| ,h,rr w.ji| ^ manv wh<.
whose teaching is on the money- mu-t kco'' balance and not allow I share the inherent conviction of to Ik- modiH d by questions ol W||. l1 (im th.it ,h n
making )ob whl I I fl""1 "' -lominate the most professional men that moat tt.itling and the *.te of tho forms piiot they could have
artSr? issjsva -wc...i ssrjSa\.rsi.,isss^ xuss\nss snErtss stmS
t5- sssr w....." s3WJata!^i----------
" ground, and try to aptly some of ...__. ^_ ..-,, pdfitlve entrance to the gramma
the same reasoning to the elemen-
scbools
Vlackiniosris
A OfUClOUS ASSOtlMENI Of IQfFEES 4 CHOCOlATfS
to earn a laru.
leaves, and this defect in the tr.i
ins of our young is Ltkat) I
in .*
. pftitive entrance to th
So,.-I welfare, however, though , s,.n (j .,(<.r m m VM.W
It may bo u duturbing (actor m ,. ^ trH, Pre,tion of a Gov-
..linn il^u ...+ ITS A GIFT WORTH
HAVING
,v//,*v/.v-v.
'SSSS.VW^
WONDERFUL
OFFER
rtll rings. Compacts, idtn-
tity Bracelets, Cigarette
Cases etc., bought from
us will be
ENGRAVED
FREE
V. De LIMA
A CO. LTD.
SO Broad SL \
and at Marine Gardens
- p--^ inn,.. 3" rdSK^Sr,2-111 &
nlc.l school. hrrr lr .llnVul- "v """f'"'*"'^'" ,'
""" ;I,.|MII,.mIi 'l''7'1*^
lrll>ln. """' rou could ^ ^h"rthu*K !rSun '.'tr?
one of,'. ' HST, J"derbied twl "e- "hlnk
'd","", "" ,Us'''to' ro'^'nrnen!?".nHntv *IZ cSSdid curncuta.
,oci.l or panic.1 ...-. will b- ^ "J"^'nJrfc SSSilSi. tmnste. ..ml v.ou.
roons dintrull ..r other lechtiiealitics. I do not pro-
ent Preparatory School
which worked to an arademic
curriculum and prepared boys
p.,ssiblv nt an old.r age. for a
I examina-
tion thnn c;in be set to a child
es*,n than il I'
of the older ps"
I'nt'ertainly
A ruri.is-: potnl f
.houKi 1...



11 know how (tiffl-
cult il is to dt-tlnaulsh nc.iii oclv
Ijctween the capabilities of small
il.iMren. It i cs'rn more difficult
*I have it "*,,lier ^r,nV la!gil? '.'T ** nriVOU'
WU maintained that the first dual purpuw of ducatlOO u
primary jfchuol
bat nuttget. and h:
.
j school*, i
I,, provide proper
Moat secondary schools
th.* find Hint, however fair ..:
ThOM who con- they may be. 'h.it thtjf hW :
,-. etitrat* ftrtt on the general level consider;"hie parcontgdgj -if .
Important than any pious cxhorta- v.ew from those W
tlons in the development of the prepare tl
tude and hi* example la f.->r not." cf UlajaeywUl hold" a different m this selection. The older ihr
ImDortant than any clous exhort a- v.ew from thow who consciously (r,i|,, ifK| the wioVi the range
scnool would do. .
at the scioiii g
through mote peg
an acadcm.i
able object, bu; then srtU mUy tell In ** fWlire Of **tol. while another twMMti
duty of Iftl Udi island None the less a good equally hotly that they are railing
mut be limited In llSO rtlal ft TU jtaff can do letter work in more It is not a question of dish
lion of tumult, tne l. ab cmui(iial urn.undlng*, and I or false data; It l* a quesi.w v. -- ""--7_.. - ,.i.rv
material i* the du;. shouUi ncrt wish to Ul.ttlo the the standard of measurement, and "v m7ul Technical Vli.*il
it*ai riimeoliusa with whleh of what they regard as the over- School* or thp T
and lo*
vtria
development of the prepare their I tor M more- Mamlnation -uhkects he can nr
sort of cltlien we all want. A advanced educat.on. It is there- ,. ,n |(>wer this percent..r-e
good staff i* the first esaenUal for fore quite possible for one to rrror ,, Hkrtv to be The PYepnrn-
t good school, and you. and not maintain hotly that the Mandards (otfT jv*,^ w.h|rh I have aurjMst-
achool amenities, arc what ,_ _elc^"n'*I?!'.u_ .,."_. fd will m:.ke error* In it- seler-
n; but these errors win be
uliusted M its children
... cimgenlal surroundings, and I or (also data; It is a question of jvv thmunh the compMltlv.- en-
md- dinuM not wish to beUUU the the standard of measurement, and
practical diflUulties with which of_what they regard as the
,,.,,,,!,.,. ,.'| you are faced, or the exasperation riding purpo-e of the elementary
i hiirhlv skilled T,, oro. lhat "just often strain your nerves, school
.''^ Sd All this is. however, outside mv A> the Ha-dmaatet of I -ante
JmI- wope. It Is a question of coals and *0O I am naturally
,, i cloth and the nv-iuu of Biirh.i- nuf. intcnvled in the second ob-
.... Ih i l I'M 'tlon of a boy to
mid Three Functions .,,0t ,wJl J thai'.'^niL ami"?- * r> rov^utwiiaiy '"
lOII.....rdtl Wh.it 1 wanted to suggest is that ,,. alvon(iarv ,.duUon is pro- sounds. Children lr.m your
rhniral hool Ihe Primary School is today trying |dw, , ..* cmldron, that could school* are (locking to ant*
.^ failAll IkiMai Jiaftnisl fnnistush. 41--______<__________________ a^^_.. Jdekal-
mount t
ity of the child population
DOtly, and perhap*
il luxu
not come very high in Hi
Itself will train selected in
lag that require
Id skill. There seem; lit-
tle iioni.T that Ii B
pfsRiary ompha i hould t>r on
r factor.!
, although id trained
What I am suggesting may well
be impiswticabte .it praaant i
.. know iheta are dtnteulliea with
,,i.,r- afope. It Is a question of coals and secondary scluol. I am naturally ,n traiiSpuri of young ihilui.-n
,, cloth and the MVonua of Barba- moat Interested in the second ob-
und family problems m them no-
lug too far from home, but it
Always a time saver...
lo fu'llll three distinct (unction
which are not always complemen-
tary ;md that perhap* some of the
malaise which enters into dlxus-
slon of elementary education is
Because tht three-headed natura
1 I mark lisas Mit been fully
inderstood. 1 would describe your
three functions a* literacy, pre-
paration for secondary education
;.il welfare. The use of
he primary achool km
work it a common feature of th*
not be Hi" "only"purpose of educa- fee-paying preparatory .1.1..1.-
tlon ..l the primarv stage. And mentn of our secondary schools at
ven if secondary schools for nil this moment, and indeed, as long
WOT built and staffed, only u us secondary schools in the Hland
small percentage would attend are lee'paylPSJ, any parent who
the type of academic school Of utmost to ive bis -on econdary
winch Harrison College IS IBtt- education his to face the qurtton
..mple The conflict between tlu ;-ueaon-
two purpose* of elementary ablp to ,.,,,( a government
educationi is UWI to some extent ^ ^ fUbsldiscl prepara-
unavoldable; but once the piri- ,i|y .j^ whJeh ,,,,.,,,..,
-'holarships could be award. |
jrou will dislike th.-
you will rc-ein tin
uggestion that at the age of nme
ir so you may be deprived of some
your most promising
itm i* grasped and i
PMOUll mid other machines "." JSHL.' V JT^L -..aMstion
h which to brim certain We aeeondary ch...U ,do not rc-
. n.nt 10 it, chiMien oi 2MLl2"ij; ;,; J2?
"! l,!,'.',lEn|fi?!)ei 'hwITrkm rnorVthiin .uiul lioundinii in II." Hut'thai la to pit ih,- leK
Und.r"h,?*Sue he~h a\..ho,i? ihrc R's No. offi B>. lake f. lb. ehllaC u,
lies, there are dental Inspection
medical overhauls, vaccinations,
illations,, wriuhlnaa aiul mea-
-unngs. There is also as In Bar-
bados milk distribution and gn-
,'rnllv tree luncheons a* well. A*
hool Is the obvious
it throuh which this wOlfan
l.ik for* the child
compamlivelv few .il i ,n -iiut. but we now take larg i uitlng forward this tentative **/;-
numbers from ynii school* Into g**iUon b it..inlv not disparage-
ur own preparatory dcpartineni- men, of ,hp W(llk )lnl],. m ,,,,. fIr.
I *tlli think i>ersonally thnt tin* rncntary n>honK in marelj mv
age qf elev n is rather late to
.tlart any especially academic *Ub-
lect*. siuh as. for inslanc
Dazzling whiles, sparkling colours! That's what
Rin\o will give. Rinso washes thoroughly re-
moves all the din vet it is so easy 10 use and
so gentle too. For a whiter wa>h, an easier wash,
a quicker wash, always use RINSO.
r^

^ RINSO for all your wash !
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Save ajj ways with this
BIG CAPACITY VAN?
Her* Is a Jelivrry tan thai n
uneaofllta (oi (he r*onomic*i
ourrlng oi raanv types of good*
HandUni is ewer hnautc of
eaucuaai imPibiy for ihc duvet
andsDialliu'u.tii^irslr. Dfu cr'
cab sticl *nsk !*** doors -
a great *a:riv and nmc mini
frarurc. lirif*' l,id ^srssciiv m
it* ilas* !-> cB*egs*t11 'ti m
rifht hand drrn Vi4i ep**sakg
rear dooi* *Bd Ism l-'aiim^ ga*
aavc uo-f oa colaatuoa and
deb**97.riMrHomiC Special Old Year
Offer
15% CASH DISCOUNT
ON MOTOR CAR TYRES
FROM TO-DAY TO 31st
DECEMBER 1952
. MORRIS-COMMERCIAL
FORT HOY \l CABAGI LTD.
Phone 2365 Sole DUlributori Phone 4504
.1/1 | IN STOCK
1<5 s 400 57S x 16
320 x 13 tiOO X 11
si 13 650 x 16
300 14 730 x 16
.....\ 15 456 x 17
423 1 15 5t5 x 17
523 I 13 600 x i:
asa x 15 ma x is
390 x 13 450 x IS
Will g 13 515 x IS
as* x 15 330 I IS
475 x II COO x IK
500 x It 4av x i-
5 x 16 360 X l
330 x IS 456 X 21
MAKE YOUR XMAS $ S $ GO FURTHER
Usually NOW
QAftAsQI AND TAXI OWNOtt
Here* >our oprfrtunit* if lx- rrart* l.-r the
TouriM Seaaor.
ECKSTEIN BROS.
nAV STREET DIAL
S3
:\ Coloured Sharkskin
Waffle P.K.
Shot Taffeta
While Crepe
| Spun Satin
White Straw Hats
Shoes Multi
Shoes White
Shoes Black
Bordered Spun
|| Brocaded Bedspreads
I Blankets
Bath Towels
Straw Mats (Large) .
3RETCNNES 36"
Uiually NOW
$2.21 63.03
$1.40 SL3S
$1.12 s .!>K
$1.17 S .81
$ .98 s .n
$4.20 SSssM
$6.50 S.-..HH
$6.50 s.a.aa
$6.50 S...HU
$1.20 SI.OH
$6.99 S..7.
$3.98 S3J3
$1.44 L30
$1.27 KI.OI
$1.20 S .1111
leal Swiss Vi .ui In a
15 Jewel.
S27.40
Cilcloth 48"
Shopping Bags
Boys' .Shirts
Boys Caps
Plain Tropical 56
Pinstripe 56
Parson Grey 56"
Gaberdine Shirts
Cress Shirts
\ylm. SIo.1ii.kn Handkerchiefs
M-12 Socks
Special Barttain. Belts
available uniil Pyjamas
Chrittmas Evi Vests
$1.68
S3.98
$ .60
S .98
S2.98
S'3.98
S3.86
S6.50
S3.98
S .38
$ .44
$ .89
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BARI Mill \IHiM VII
w I I \t :
Yachts Leave During
Week-end For Si. Lucia
4 llll.Dili VN I'VIII)
TV ACHTS left port on Sunday for St. I
They v i , In itlrd both of ..
crond
If* Krd owmd md
mi took 32
thr crowing.
!, rt-rd
< irfh
c BvllivatL
Man Jailed
Far Con tempi
Of Court
Euitac
St. Goor.

meal ..
r\ikf xt i*1"10)1
. .....,
Tnnm n ....
' VERAL FOODSTrm
f. of the ilar-
Thc

All CM
The
. S KitU,"
, din R. Doot-.

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wixtn t \r>
riiwm OnriMff which
lirrivni in |~.t; f:
a Saturday brought I.....
' mixed Hoods to the isla
MR. TELrORD HEWITT | I kSfl Sport- OtSb pr
Sift to one of th- ekOiiMl LRVltWI M I
Saturday by ta Eton (Tub for ::
' ( ''" BS boxes of .i|
iZZZEC "' i ,ullr>'- l" CBSl
Dalkei.r n bilgs o( nour flnd a |arge
tn whirl' *y n pleco goods.
- N |
Christmas tree*. Local agent*
< redoae c Oerdaasr Au<-
i.td.
M.IKV FOR IK)M1M Monrka
. r rtn .r mixed
I ngo included
pol itoSS and sugar.
: >' Moneka )>, under the com-
H. Hudson and
cal agents are the Schoon-
no. t Owners' Association
I
., FOK 8T. wcu
i about Sl'D
knocked cl
ha rega::
learnt thai
the Ueycii
walk PP
doctor.
NWjfc. H.
when he
was no Hi;:
the gutter.
Dr. Vau,
Colm Chap;
the Gener.
tlu-rc were i
I mi m th.
The injuri.
serious. Tl
rnuied by
til COI I
Their Ho-

of neehr-
that nee"
knoefcsd<<
I'SKD BA1 l.AMll \<.l
i dm.Iu'i HuhUmhi '
for Bt Lucia ovat the weekend.
,B*ld, I armed In port on
lita cargo for the Island

i I Umacol rram
nd fail in Bntish G kJed meat

m who .. ,. DMMtr of tl
. oed to Gardiner
Austin & Co., Ltd.
aht _
. of .
..;.,.,.
I Identified the dues h hat prop-
i could ha
Sgt. King attached I
i tecuted lui tha
* wild *'
Bottlers Luis
Xnias Party
Al Hani"
the ralnj
:.-.r annual I
Pariv held on Sundav
'
bared over 160 .
eluded 61 children. This is th*
by Bot-
tlers Ltd. for their staff.
' who are
married brought their
children, .'ingle
the one last year, fur the
plant now works non-
thrve staff shifts.
I d streamers and

rlj. A life BUI
"i Fathei Chi Istaiaa an
Chli 'mas Tree sur-
rounded with preaenta was in one
corner .if the office.. r>
i ' table cloths
.i with plates
patties, sweets etc. while m an-
other com r wi
C T K.i M
acted .is Ma.st. | | ..
Eton Sports
Club Hold
Parly
I


Sergeant

* -on, mem-
bers wc i
rloeen lm '
i t and re-
d There
'!.rots fnl-
I
mas musu was BiippUed i
AW 8.SO. Mr'. Ronnli

nf two of the
panv handed out
children.
Parents And Teachers
' om/tlimenl Gowrnmenl
eotnpllnwnl.
two )'
i ning m the '.
. i
Lldrtm who ate
baa*OH rtflali receive as much attentioii
as they should lUl if* Ol lUptng,
Chlldran to receive a sound
i tton.
'
li 'imng in
:
1
I

: r held at 1

Fducatitii,. In ,.i the
sup In Rlflhl DirccUoa

i bopa that
inner to
I i i tn In

clow thai
1
should rccdvi
\ I II v- V
with results
I
I
i a** comi U- "
U
bopa thai ihu
innuall)

wh...... trained In the



he hoi ii

.- Veai
i i. i ..' the

New Chorch \i
Siu^eaiii.s VUlage
...
. PUcrun
(-
.,.,: which v..
i
to i mplcted omi
i l i
TssaanM apeak*for iltrlf
CLARKE'S ."SSS^ TABLETS
ll*lp to cleanse the ayttem
from blood intpuritn *
Impurities la the Mood may caute rheumatic
ache* and pain*, tiff and painful (omit,
boll*, pimple* and common akin dlwrder*.
.l..rkc\ Klood Misiurc Tablet* help to
purify the hlood. cleanse the >.i.-m and
aaalst la reatoring good health.
Al,., ..i.ul'iMe in Uaa original I h,ui.l I
1
lion Hill, St. M
r.-e
Polk
BU vt LM ROUN I
.:...

$77 which h<- lift ,t a f,
B U .....1 on Per.
'AS BtOl
Timber Mission End Tour Of Barbados
Fr.
re
14.

:
: Bagk H ill, Bt,
thai hia bftrycai
which a i ft if. i

Ha v.ii-
i K' .it $91.

STOLE Dl CK
olan from
it lei : i. i
Chtu ribar IS, Ha left
*. how i I
\! ilonav ul Qai itl Btraal
riie bicycla .
li i Won ip Mr. 575. n
or* of Bush Hall
I, reported
Ivanhia theata valued at
a In 14 ( > .. mbar it.
"" .. II ,11.11. St.
-i fowls
' hia yard some-
I '* Deceit bet 14 m n rtolan,
1
I ,lurk. BUwinaj investi-
I
eral and BtlUatl Q


siimei .,r.l prod i
British Ciuiam..
The M.i m Utl I
H 4 ild, "Si to
attmulsla iha isa of th<
woods such as Bsnl
. .
full.
Refer rn
ing with tha ! .
iiiitte.'. Mr. Scott

raised, and con..'
ousts ks
v.. .
Insj froin tha uss of
troubles
he said, coil led if 0*6
lumber ware pfoparl]

Bo thai the BUT CoUld i
through the stacks. This cotlld he
done either in Ihe CO"
.!
Green I,timber
He emph
Breen lumber is und
' in Umaa
-
lieitiiei ||

for the t
I
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I


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I
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I
1

thai the buyer
i total
rreiiilit Ship*
IN fl
turns i slid i<'k
into il><
i i .I
. n fu igiit
'
....
al the moment teemed lo
.nit nf prop


i
i . of S/t pet
. -v. how-
i
It

bus to cart
and retui r .
I
I

u e ]>-. of tin i
shipping .
l-l.ind U.iii.

Xnias Gift Bai-s in
I'I.i-im muny colours,
plain and 2-lnnr. from
Dainty I *
Lace l.d^e Hankies
Gift Boxes
l ..ii.hi & Linen
llnnkies from 51.17
Powder Puffs
in colours 91c.
This I And many more like it on other Sports in our shop.
Da Cosla & Co., Lid.
The expert or the beginner, whichever
you are. this book on Tennis will be of
absorbing interest and great help to you.
Beautiful action shots with commentaries
by all the leading players of the world.
It's a "must on your book shelf.
and another new one
LOW'S COMPANY
iliit new toilet lion if pencil portrail-carlralures by
Low of the areal and nesv-greal contains many studies
now published for ihe lirst lime. Apart from the
inclusion ol .. hSIldful of siir\i\ors lor >rs..-rda> whose
ojualltlai entitle uhoon io he rsansraVsd (1s still rajatnaj. taal
rtbl baa turned from ft) mcwbal mrr familiar features
ol Ihe older '^eneralion and sought his suhjert aiming
Uat rOMngai lad MWl sotablea whose appearanrr is
;.> mi i, nd. M km-, cri hv artist or phototjraphrr. .Men of
Ittte-rt, art. musir. polilles, sport, fiuanrr. Ihe cinema,
radio join h.iIimii scieme and Ihe theatre make this a
representative palletv <| ih(> personalities of to-day
and to morrow.
The legends w hi. ii act oinpaliv Low's draw inys are
lbs work ol Ihlen Spahliiiy mid I.. A. G. Strom; who
hOM thai llieir inip.-rliiren.es will he taken ill the
llarbthearled IrtendK often affetiionatespirit in
which thev have been written.
--rtrseM
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ADVOCATE STATIONERY
Broad Street and Greystone, Balmoral Gap.


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( Iih rations To
Begin U Qcbo !(.-


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|nj of Mux Bank for the
World litcnk
Loans For
Tlie CoUmhex
IJ.W .1. Had V>1.
It. pr< siuLutiun
Ail C'u.allh I alk-
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University College of the West Indies.
l-MCTLAL DEPARTV
A. ::l|is. Exhibition! or Tcchr'
! Tram, S
'ihould crawilt Ihc lUudenl Tutor lExlra-Mural Department. Ho*
. ..nd 20SOI for fuU parMcular. and information, ana
\ Applicants for GoV- I
Form* 'or
NOTICE
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FAIIAWAV Fi.lU l"'.iln*d 1 I
roan biHit*. si l
plant. Wairimill iu> Carpor
Imw i,Kin- HonOilj -. B
> tlaaniltii cbaia*. IN ADVANCE Drfl
M;e ill SI II n
newiiavrn ru'w tan
om tour*, crane * <-''
1 IMVUI loot.... UaBtMl fUtil. WaUt_
nil. supply Monthly tM ph i
riMniri charge, IN ADVAN' i. n.:
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NOTU'rl


all. l i-...-
: ceded to flnar.
January l*. ,"nt themes.
Lkhard -yn.UU s*i U "T1*?d, !
-re expected to
m.h.". shortly to Central and
--ration*

.vlmi-lon and AppUc.tlon f "'
, and par- obtainable (torn the Dtretl
. :hose of thr W, 16.1Z.52.in.
to lutuu
th Conference. This, hv
hirh
i the persons of Hi
Albert

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is ii a-m
1.1Q10K LJ< I NSl. NOTICE
! T "

Hiaa. ---------------------r;om;' 1 ued that
Kcvnolus Mat* would be pr
hmial Secretary law em- m m.mici uhuft Bl M\r Umc he
Hank loans h.id not thought possible.
.. icaMnal* In
I in flnan.ltiK Colo- Campbell said the United King-
tuaa d:tn and the Dominions h-d rc-
Uwjl 'he
... t*d thCBB had ;.
standard of liviia that i
on th. possibility Mippnrt and th.it m return ttm
t cuntrt-|
|
In- whole.
|d to the development of the
on the i
me. he i
Kk*. he BXplalned, will u- iMppad
l : .
d Into aj
.
aluminium.
SHIPPING NOTICES
TODAYS NEWS FLASH

Your liiar* for 1953
BROHNr. S NAI Tit \L
U.MANAC
< III Rl HILL S VOL. V
W ONI* v.rlilh WAR
, the Bank's loans
DOldfl said that I
lonHM Mr. C
On paints. m*dt

I i
,
nternenl with them. The value
1 tP*f**l-?g,r
n is! be
hritUh (iuverimiinl and local
QO
tcrestcd in aavtiopiBi the.
iioi.univ Of IBB uIhiuI.
,
KHOONia OWNTJ**-
w i sciiooNra okmibs*
It ON ilNO

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OMOALOV 'in c,_.t m oiw i"<
nr|i|r .-.. CM. ''-> I"'
manmi huirir sm-Mt > bcrwni No
rhlldrrr ITv.^ BIM of Bo XX Co
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Red Uiiim Offer*
To .{Vjmlriatr
Jap I'risoiuTb

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be i I '
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doui Uwl p.' i an eould
istroplv
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0 meet the
I irses involved.
p|Ck " lai.ns low
i....
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MECHANICAL
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i,i satlaf) i>tti
ludes.
Prime Hlra-
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( ommon-
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nm;'n ~ ii;
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I multil.iieral and
ad.
mpbell *lso expressed
new prc-
i i that a system
i,l long-'.' markets
rtonarv pro-
;

..ti da
CANADIAN
Montreal. Halifax
klr vice
and Saint Jdhn.

U.R. HEKVICE
From Newport. Swansea. Liverpool and Glaigow
Kap*(U4 Arrival
...Hat! hi Hi">>'l <.i.m !>* aataaaat
M Nov 10 Drceinbrr
CO\Ta (M fdMx Black
U'.. aiach Sltrl.l
ilUra Ual !
AXNOrxrKMKNTS
UNDAV TIMEH "Ko*P
an Btilain. Had lha Sana
lltitaln'i bf.i hsfenbea Sunday Nr-
p.pr.. ftown Ut <'ou Uia aan. " o(
publKalioo. Dial old and oblam aub-
M-i ftotn Uro-I* Muni*. Iba
jltiitDnv Tlmaa C"'iipotMlriit ui^lUtDa.
111. I
caaaajuai in maiuv h
irmix Moll, bai-hli no Chaiir Choe-
la* In 1 lh alltarlivr hn..
Intl rt-alheth.-d Ud
II u 11- III
li.S. Mas New J*t Bomber
l.lljl nil IK I AM SIIIK I I
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, luht tombrr ..I Ihl;
Tin: MTTi.t:
SIMM'
l.\i,nisilr In-lich
ParfaaMi
by
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ivmiUmuI ii--'^ linn' t">'nb-
.ly TIME TO UIUGHTES
IP nil SOME!!
8ELBCT THESE
EAKLY
V.rnhhr., EnamrU, Paint,
SandpalH*,. >l"l Wool
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and
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\\r hrs In iiilnn aai
i aataaaara Ife ii our
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on Salurday mi
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PLANTATIONS
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. Bniaii >t. Baa] Baal|lBMani
CHRISTMAS EVE .
AND
OLD YEAR FESTIVITIES
AT
v?/ic <7Sarbados Aquatic Club
...
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PRICE $3.50
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la in Uu Christmas
he l ture of
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Advocate Christmas Number
Competition
thai 'he verses forming the duea
I'iis!t!-.;iN Number Compel i'
loo clearly printed, to-day we repeat these clues In .
the benefit of those entering: tbt
I i > mpetition bui
m the Barbados Ad'.
:!l be sent in with each
to qualify com]
Chert itlll a few Xmas Suppltmaiil
ugh.
chawit's up to }ou.
& Africans Sore
Follow On; Mci,It n
AndlnnesBot Well
Oord i
.'.- with

Royei -Crei i i

Sir 'n
I Illegal, said this ' ""1 needy for Turpin yet
Wembley Scots
itt Get New Lion

SIR, I .in, begging space in

r<
In near-
I
i
i low m KngUnd dur-
eerd many
thai n bats-
man was itrurk; but In hi

i i. .

not ..lit.

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thu i. i
14. h
1
.
Oaborna, wl loi the benefit I
dtovuit task, i
'.
ALFitFD am kni
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Bl Michael.
i
down from 14 to II.
The resulti

Era I
K K
Uwell

H i l i
Ml V

'.i' line
Forward n-nii the
reel Hue
the haimnai
. |
ih n
r eeeugri
'" 1*5 on-aj/ I' to establish
oj dm.br
I' m aine
mg last Saturday. Skcclc who wax
not out pushed the score along at
., fait rate and this enabled ntt
Aith their lnt.,1

< io this
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i 11.

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' I '
I
' ' SYDNSTi I1

out bataman ertlli lot
' "":- :| ' third day oJ
Ih Wai

I
i by 19 runs. hind
ndlng,
to fol-
-i .. tlr-t num.. iltnOSt I i.urcly to
la d, having kittled out the
gre 22 in
Inninas total of

,1 the cloea


I
I
'.ween lleOkta IM liltie. who
put on 101 runs In two hours, Mr-
Qetw, lop

1,
Innei younp t men r
BM tune]

After 'i
.
:
.ill and RodBI K' ;i Al "
22.
BoU
,. m fauad bs -''' hn "" r'"'' :,,llt 1rm*
. nlj roUecUna Bl
I 10 The follow-on
ns In
VM.P.I ,l1'1 "' 4I and at
v for 1" "-1" :
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. 1 at not cu
1 Thomas said. "" BrtUafa title."
latlon made then Hasall has won '-'' U
1 Bghu and
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1 .
Fter a six monthi "retirement k |
pert the Bcatj 00 not wish to (f4 ,, v.,,,,,,,^
H Vidmei
Toppin
V Mum,
101
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7H 14

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ta 73i
Itreuks II arid
Record
B8 II
1 t
I .
PAKIS, Dec. 15.
i .'ti.h taortl icp a Audlberl 45. broke the
" world record of n
i i) Commercial Airline in
ling M
when thi > plaj
b/i r.-.lh April, I95:ti
.

BBgBllat Arms
Said Mv. William Allan
lacn ffi


I
' Kellinaii
l.ier rii.i
to have ins next njht k v Kin..
Bllllngton lUver-
91
BS
Pieked I

Ratclifl no
IM orr
IJIIH
Ceai
i ti Bui \
which c Tliom.. l: ..ISO
i.ik- with the Bowlers'
They have been told that thai
i -.niij the taw for
. n >' ilf-a-eenlu tl
id design
I.ion Symbol
mas has poinled out that
thai only afflctal
persons reproenting the Grown
.tit it led to use the
. i i |>ol
, .
. i .. i
lied to mrtn-
8 ii Mi WlUian i1 i i
s n a Sea rater] I I
and talked nun.-*
Lord I f i i *
nsj on Hut te'

I
Bobby-SoKota

i
land) at Harrlngway, hi
bind on


title contender would b

i. i
i
Glel ile Rood*
I I v
Jock Burke
H In* $10,000
iournumenl
i
J.o g 1st

i r i
Women Olympics ?
after he took off. Sports
1 ..:oial" he be.,- I
_. "P" rd establishe*! In
k.-, up. 1MB (l, Anwrken, Thoma. Lam-
i
..Man-'
IK
\\ ,
hi
drods of I | g ||.
kirk Uoni tea hoa ki laar
PI i v ..i Uabli lo tl
Uoi ol
rrfikh thay have kn I i
blem
I dOOl know how
aboul the
aid managi.....ch
I N
lion but if it .
...
i .v pre
in-ill ol i
Commute*


i

v bole. But
at. a iii ..u e
the in.ni Kiev Chiel ttumbllni t rtatnly Infrinj i u arould be
the rules."
I
IIk\ II I),) Ii Every I ime
QiSvau- don't seem to take it
TOO HARD WHEN HENK/ FlNALLy PID
pRy A RAISE OUT OF HIM
SA\R BlGDOME. SlR-
5 IF VWJLLRrCALL,
I LAST yCAR WE DlS-
} CUSSED A RAlSE-ANO
> SIX MONTHS A60
! voo said yoo'o
? THINK ITOV/ER-
i SO-UH-I-WAS
\ W0KDERIN&
DID I ?
VERVWtLL.IHEM-
TwXD DOLLARS
MOE PFR CEK.
STARTING THE
Fifteenth r
NEXT MONTH
By Jimim I I.ill,i
But, ev'eic .
THINKlNd UP WyS TO SB
"Hvo Bucks' uidrth .'
(>OUW "ICI Z tttMT \
URTS CHECKtP, TCCMECkfpl
>OU FiMSH H*T X3URE
*" COURSE'
FILM SHOW
mi BABBADOO
tWI VIM III!
:
in- tuutusri i
utore will i. . ..,..
\\i i-\, .!. uu i:u,
-t $# .
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Ili.i.M! \,.Wv. hVKiimrr.
II.
lnB'. I-"1.....ii renaniaa

I n
Io fra*.
BUM I he Irl, ph.in.
faafca ii-ri., ai The
Beam

invited
Remember!
you will probably need some
ol them belore Christmas comes
. |il. OIhWI 26 & 48c.
l-j pi. flllllll 1. 29. H(
Pom Whisht (ilnssi-s
wk ii. II rac.
Brll Shaprd
Tumhlers, each 12c.
r'rllil Jlii,,' GlHM
each ..... 18 & Mc
Kibli.d Tuiiihl.r.
12 4 15c.
liiki- PlM, '!
Pniiv Pan
Pic Irum"
Sponnc
Mat** Pans
& Mc.
in whisk.
Icinu Scls
( ln-.k
( ak, -.1
Kn (Ts <.,, I
Thcrit
.. SLOT
S2.ll & CM
88c. & 1.19
..... SI.22
lluluc Tumblcts
Oranuc Reamers
32 & M(.
Pkukt,
$1.64. S2.75 i S6.6;l
Thermos Kclill-
96c. SI.65 i- SI.In
C.allaniscil Wash Pans
S2.ll to S13.K!
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD.
10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street
I In- II.ii-Ii.m1o*. l*oli.
DOM'S FOR DKIVEKS
Ocn't neglect your Mirror it should
always be a third eye.
\i riinivrii-
,.,........ .. ROBERTS
lag* Is like Kood iuutr.l
pP4l- it with lejr. In ilo-ir ayda
BU BOBI I I I WAV
STATIONERY
lien WeaUj to rive"
**j> hi whleh io c In.
MANICURE
SETS
HEM* II | A## fAilVTS
FOR ALL PURPOSLS
Tropical While
A superior white f
exteriu'
use. Docs not di
eolour
Matinto Flat
Wall Paints
V. hite. Tream,
Green
Natural Metallic
Primer
[
w
Anticorrosi\e
Paints
attractn
Colours.
S Marine Paint*
. Unish.
White Cream.
Clreen
Coiicrcle Floor
t'.iinls
lirssht Red. Grey.
Green
Aluminium Painl
POt Metal or
V.-,rodwork
l'erni;inent Green
Paint
Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.
Phone 4456.
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CUES.
.....I with all iu
lor It.
' Here.
.
rased in his red
robe.
they tjzr itl all the
iiilu for girls
' i *ys.

pood.

. I.,I
Tonic too, inspect
and
rou win

. n nd
don
,.;..
'
To keep them quiet jive
i travel
nfotl hi

Orlh its vroinht
in |
,un
'ii. 01
mend
i i BeUi bring x
i throujih the

Plenty to i kaoaa bora, not i
I ouee
I all throutth
the not
by r.iiuileliuht.
it foi . Xmas
i thay
' he.
t^li the window
i | i | .1.
DelfclOUa, delightful for
ire,
i must
i
rery f.ir. so hur-
I

i tor Xmas, in dif-
Thrce of the choicest, not
d
the i hildran, eaen
1

tradition, we
i cu torn, but
dry.
Olfta for the young. .
Ihe old,
nd b
tread, Um
and i i
comfort,
'
ng rosy face rou
It's good to watch you drink-
ing bl .
I Bd colourful.
\ hied
boiee DMke, <'!! do
tla i oil. too.
r all n
OU may go,
rid space, as
rj sreU know.
eai end
oheam, and
1 DOh lang-
tell,

1 VII wi-ll.
probh
Irw Uer, a
all In one.
> |...ii;v
more so ;. .ull llnd
.
kind.
" BssM tin
i niught.
i. 'Plendour
ean wan
nbt.

port,
BKO Buster he
might (time to. nought.
And now Time is fleeting, -o
get on youi
Cri.rtmanship gives you much
pleasure to-day.
So charming, so heli I
noake* you (eel glad
always variet,
good things to b,- bad
Its made for a Kin*
Wueon.
to U
Remember the presi
give to the car,
it mint haw i
carry you far.
Opportunity knocks.
the door,
You too be a winner, wtlh
quanqr pure
A teaj pood
haTB it.
Xmas ch* r, b
bum it

many time-
I
^ galore.
Shop in great comfort at tru
famous store.
Remember it . nacuU fit for
"),. gods.
Donl forge, n | a wtnne,
agauut nil the odds.
Wonrierfiil. RMfleal, .1 quaht>
With two or with thTO
will give rOU i h(i.
Here .
la a ] 1
Though a bug In I r
be easy to find.
the sportsman, time,'
to ihe end,
By a marvel of workmanship,
very fine friend
Royal, majestic
Brat,
You stand out iiishiu tu.h
and we have a thirst.
Lovely sparkling, delightful
and bright,
Wonderful gifts, so fitting and
nghl
From the banks ;*nd the br...
of the land of the Scot.
A perfect and
hava we got.
Some Rich and s. nu> P<- 1
the (muse

There's plenty b
for man and for dame.
' tha ladl ihe chil-
_ drcn, the home
You must pay a visit and buy
'. -*.>.
.- .1 -hi -
bids you to take.
The gcod products needed
for that Xmas cake.
-1st you
_ with gifts o| ,
1' over.
youll sleep well to-night.
And reading nnd writ-
ing, and playing and art.
A oilection of articles, won't
1 laaaa aMaa ., nar.
Your feasting and d 1
wirli Christmas complete.
rou h.ve wines, rum. ai i
turkeys ;is wofl
ereeta,
Hi H.uUidos, but else-
where very old.
The millions that bu% H
them we are told. '
Carpenters' tool sets, n
the boys,
ad doiis- hoi, .
many more toys.
Now turn yoUf attention to
things neat and bright.
Make your selection, folk? it
nil will come right.
Here we have hidden
and hidden ebb
md even a Queen. Who
will give them to you.
We turn now to history, fu '
study this page.
It'-, new and depend.tble, a
thing of thi* age.
You will find fu 1
ting and sweet,
There's nothing to beat them
in Quality Street.
You must search for the best.
you must look for Ub
Co straight down the broad-
way, quite near to the top.
We're Hearing ;he end. we're
now outward bound.
These will suit eVOrj
that mere is to be found.
And this is the last due
we take a bow.
We pray you don't fail to
win the prize Now.
BARBADOS BOYS & GIRLS
CLUBS
Draw for the Annual Raffle
Prizes
ihy kind Permission ol Ihe 5iianae.emcnt)
at
it 11.111. on Monday 22ml December
1952
RaO. Ti.k.t Holders u ill he admitted Free on Presen
,.,[,,, ,,i iheir Tickets at the door, to witneu the Draw.
and the Film that follows.
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