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PAGI IUO HAICIlXlMis \I>\ t> \| wir.M fii>\\ DKl V,1{|K turned mn Knjl.nu ycaAerdaj ufhVe. IX SUtls i ram on Honda' %  % %  '"* HwUtt ervio* on behalf %  M R ntAUPTOM \ %  %  N ipflMfll an< %  1i tar %  %  %  AbrAadbi 7"p, returning pterjtber and 4'hnrily Kuffhtor 'he winter. T^HK RESULTS ,.f ., I I.--LFair n .Id of %  W :, %  ... %  Barbadoa inj I %  Bocori vhil he named the blMM '*"* 1 ll;„. 1,1., .p ONG RATULATIONS A NUMBER of %  vturtint" from the DT'uline Convent who left ovei the Ut week-end t>y cfc. VeneroeU. to ipend the Otart-.tm** holidaywith Uieir p.ienU and other rtlaUva-. .'I 1 .!" %  %  r %  night. \fui(.'iti *./.'.-7i Bay T n K ,i. .i. rn it | P /. -Rlvil %  • rifth Poem Tv.. ;%  %  >.> Archk i I..I-. %  \ i doth, wmi Tucker r i Third M. I Barn %  o. i • I f/nr nf ,i Tu in %  y|ii KEN GoNSALVts Stmviniiky" Hark / I'.mmiUi E. E. HACKETT. Ami VfHS. FREDDIE BURNS, wtfd I vtl -MU I II'.L.I an IV*. ol Captain Burn*, formerly r timpUM'tV will be lev luring al the of the SS ChOOMdy WRO 1 now* Hr.n-.-i Council, Wake %  i 'Ti'T IIV DMfflbn 18 il 8 pm St. %  .. 1 .ill u? "Stravinsky' 1 i Canada laat mh •• T.C.A Bar spending I holiday with her 1 h ( It ,nk M Canada, who I u baan %  I;I im h, trrtvi ii Bjara dn Bun %  %  • %  > I f H w 1 A i ihc ii" raffled in • d t I .pen with gramophone record Wlm H:ii "TNIE IX>I.I. aklcK w... I b) Mr* I B William N I I. He HttM h; M> N i If Innd. "f Irhflvclr Ihmk * K .'. .1 JJAM SHORTS' ' JT1 VKAHtt'iKHJ, son il Mr. and Mi a V. .nood of C0II.V.JL..U.1 Hill PI: Mi Vvarwood, who Ii with the 1 Commerce in B w 1 ,\ 1 Sundaj a 1 Mi j |Vi g. Timidrfd earlier in II l.ntn %  . %  (or U ,,,r 11. I Ihf Rockr.. .. h I'hih. latrM-V She wan arrmnpnnio.1 (>> %  htr aon Thomi. ,tl Minr %  %  "! l.lughtol "' Ml >n.1 Hn H G. S! Hill of It.^iil Tiro I'f*** M B. GEORGE MAY wHo ha ben holidaying n South Trinidad for the past two weekrctiiniftl on Sunday by B.WXA, fifsirje a .1 |unior overaeer with .Si (icww P I A Z A Thun % % %  %  l 1 >in-. ifei < 11 IMP %  1 1 1 M n Kit 1 mm • "'x. %  -. A Set .. M. MM. 1 s I -Ml 11. 11. IM a \lsI .. %  • ulay. %  !r (, B K Anditoi Oanaral Mi K A B %  day. • Ba many more %  •< 1 \wrivun in Itrrmuitu T. EAIINSWoHlll %  1 im bj Ti %  • re> 1 • 11 iraaka' hointus rllOl .it I' %  >'(/• %  tStmtlmmtt T IIF. % %  Union' llf-Of v. ..ik will oonl THE STARS & YOU I flnrt wh*l vmi> (Hit...— A io 1.. .icrnrtflni (o > XIKIH 'I I. 1r.11 MM I Mill1MMM. .11(11. (.1)1.11 S1I.VKK MMI\|. 111 Al K SATIN. (.OLD -II! M-. TRIM |7 m lllini M III ( h IIXIKII.. .1 Kill I.. MFIH.F III I I I Mill. LO II I ((.I |!|. M.llll M .I'IKI Hill. IN HIIITI NIBKR III! Kill A III MI. Kill n.K) .! %  .„ I I KS I I Mini: 1 III 1:. 11 1 1 mi 1.10 51-5 URMTK III Mill-. Ill Mil IS IIKIIMN III I K N \VV. 1:1:11m TIIIM l ^''' '' in* MI,: ft; 111 '.Mllll DUCK il M'l.llAI. BIH MM ..I si. 11 Mini: .111 11 us si in SOLES UN 1 \.l M 1 II II .111 1. mi SIKH. IS I 1 MMIrl OK SI I III .,,.„ ,„ „, n 111 M:I l.hll. HI REMIND I III (ISTOMlll. III M HI Hill. BE STAVING OrEN ON SATl'RDAV TO 1 I'M EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE Phone:



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WKDN'ESDAV. DECEMBER 17. 1M MAKllAIM^ UHIK \ll ,1.1 THREE RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS Periodical Bursts At Brittons Hill THE heavy i-in. that (ell spasmodically during November, assisted the reservoirs In maintaining their levels. Except for a few isolated points, that will not receive a constant supply at appropu-u mssun until the new jntvtn hmcttou in the third quarter next year, the Island received satisfactory cover *ump.t I eolui tho norlow Palmcri It will elm mal eolum> through a 9" main 10 real deficiency ensure lupph rs t" Fxploratcirv Rorii the residential area on the top of fhi* \. n Brittons Hill tauaea periodical rort j al ln \ fclttt bursts .These should lessen and ,>,icd suck, roeni nie out. after all iho a I and )oint have. a< a result, been eliminated. Western Supply — Haymans System The three gaiv the new C~ mum between Warleigh and Hose Hill (both St. Pet*r) should complete the work to schedule before of th next crop season, to the benefit of both Si 1 eter and St. I.ucy. The en K luges and eulverts, and la i ''"*l finection at R-we Hill pi Km# prcb i circula of traffic !., ft sequence ItelV Jlcctrie Pumping Station The anchorage of U S lant, and Hie floor and wall ling continue' The Bumbling the 2. within 'he Pump Hall ha* begui> A* these pipes are all fl work has to start from the wall head with great accuracy Bridgetown Arlfrinl Mains The sp-ci.l* such a flux Valve tog*th with Ita covering Sluice Valve—large units, which have lately hewn n .IV.-I are being Inserted in the mains, wh.eh have already bc.n laid. The IV main from Spoonci Hill to the new road from St Stephen* 11:11 to Graz.ttes Is completed The arrival of the 12 pipes beyond to the must be awaited onth's leport. has provt us. of the suck -. in maintain SUtltcienl surface cither hortaontaJ or ^ tical. to f*"ed the pomp, duo I r : M corro.it I coral. .-....,, the norm i proc dux* of ttnkin new well, and tandem ha\e —wilt work. | • t ued Tie cf a I.*ke at 571 the *"a has been eslab. h work luu been proceeding. Immediately below i •crvolrs, may lualltj :>> be the eaat, other sites In Sweet Val i.idge. Will have to bprobed. Re*'-arcii Jable Reds Accuse 1 JV. Of Mass "-Slaughtering CHARMER or TYRANT th.. \IIUT1C.1 ! view *,i this )l. pnu-tk-il m;in' h %  him friends %  him Carih Commission \\ ill Sponsor Housing Workshop Communists Flan Shake-up In E. Germany Mi i] %  Jamaica D THE CARX1 ... k-d-Mii-licip housiii year In Puerto Rico, u %  • Itttli elusion" to the won being donein the I two aided self-help hou %  i *p> mission i &>opMraUon Admlnisti BEH1.IN D Informed sources sab] U -rung 1 .. total .... theComm Lagar-tto German Com, • days to ii I roach. financial und teI i %  miring the Iv\ %  %  an a* %  a c ond, i would bring M |J the dlseut %  i %  %  %  I %  elf %  0 rrom page L %  %  %  %  %  %  i led to iiitht I d %  %  rallaa • %  . %  tht %  %  I i .in,] wounded %  ound in lock) %  1 %  %  i %  i %  i r ANQTHtR SHINtNG (XAUPtt Of BANISHES CONSTIPATION OVERNIGHT in hygienic fragrance in cwry room herc 0 i s M-o-o-T-H Paste cleanser is u*cd Pan. Pans. ..nd Iiles.Smk.jti.l Paintwork ranioial ejukao to %  "***.' niciit there s not a scratch m a mountain of Chcmico. to remodel tha after the terfl m ;i Bri'lon*. Rendezvous, shaaieup which n Graeme Mull Main Communist Cabinet Metnl The 8" pipes and speciali lOf Gerhart Enlcr as Ollel <'l the th,. new main from ;.bove BritBute's Informal Ill l .-.hove RenRcorganixatlon pi de/Auus Hill, to'...i m* H-ll TerpU bIiclv Indlcafa I I W.-nmliii %  .. %  race and Top Rock have sirieed nd arrangements to start the ( ^ nm#n| .^ work aie m ha ml. mot* Pr*mi. The main will not only open ^ ,utv l??m ^M^* !" .' !" ^^^. Wlhelr (tt,, Qroti Georg Hcservoir <40l>' abov the %  East Qerman Mr. (iaifyAsks For Time Eisenhower May See Gen. MaeArlliuiKD tram Supplying Gratmr Hall "" %  %  """ " | ""• !" -w Vtmce and Top Rock (50' abovn Pr.'mnt .vuh Crouwohl and the Mai. 10 the bcn.nl of ihos *• Communiat l'..r:. serrei living PtcHie Coalnion Gnvernmenl i,f lh.eight u^>> time ials lor lh line above Ihe cUfl rullag Comraunlst 1'.. f rom Parish Hill to EdUe Clilt tmhtial pro-ComntuiuM avo been received and v.->ik ha-. u Hated. 1,, '!* ,1 ..j! om £" "? ".',.r,VZ.~. Kllmlnulinn nt the ,,. • I • C.clU, 11:11 I" .the ea.i ..I < HI I. r.,rman Preseleni „.,. .,. M Whit. Hojl. for de.cei.dlng ihe Cliff t.ce be „„,„ p,,.,,. ir „. „, ( complete Mtel puUic Korea. EUenhower , orl German Stale.—f.P LegalWinFor UOCl v J.-mes %  %  %  \ I I turn %  %  |> areJ IT.) "Clumsy Ihfil'' loNii'". Dei II ihly !•*' %  %  %  :. ... tha jt'if1 %  %  vciniiicnt a ;< \loii.*> H ..Kirn: UW Id %  1 KF.MIERS WILL MEET AfTER CORONATION Meeting Ends low Edg i Cliff nrc •placing .n posittun partHUlar attention < % %  w Fteepe>( part I I %  • *"H todreumSpCl*^t IjUllOlir lidll. giving St stKurity if continuoiK Mipi'ly Sealy Hull nnil PaJmen in St. John British Bocta! I Thi-. taoantry and a secret poltcy-maklng larger hou.. tlut have clamoured without %  for supplv for l very long time, between Bevatutet and righ'After reconnaissance god d aa tla S wingers is llnally healed, hut i-;iuion with the authorities f the bour Part Mori Parish, it has i PhUUpa announced that the M tend tho "ill main (thai tarmember party %  %  t Sarsfants Village) unanimously on the need for a dlong < policy London, and above 5%ealy Hall to stop U— Unguentine Relieves pain.of Mr. hlefa % %  %  Phillli woulfl publish Ihe %  ti %  .— % %  i.,i,., a. staff *od then %  %  ; .... .i ti j. %  i. ...< i would meel 0 %  t-Btect l ..f tii' ... I %  %  olutlon t., tho K"i 1 ii> mi .aid It wou time allowed by I induce" The Manufacturers oi POND'S BEAUTY PREPARATIONS wish you a it %  A yS^lSVllVlV:Ma.''AV4ViV^13iiV.5VSS4WV5Wsa£ swing to thi I. -II ..... i ^mi^mmmmmmi*i^*i'*^^M*im!ism*i^i*5m'MWK% jmrs IS TH£ FINEST REMEDY FOR RHEUMATIC PAINS Don't bewithout a hottie—it's a real standby. On Sale at I n.in S.ilic A Gift Sliirl lor Vour Xnia.s! Just you buy three (.'() RENOWN Produrts. whether ShirK and yuui < of a MIKE Itrnown Bpetis or I'xjan Shirt from Sahel> s fine range. HIKKV 0*fa a I mih'd (fiunti'.y. HMm Dn.g seres Geo. Sahcly & Co., (B'dos) Ltd. mi mmntoM^yWAZMaMUMHWMw\9mnvnnmmmMHmm t



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rwo IIAKItAIMis UI\II. \l MllVhllU |,UI MHI K : '" -' Qahib QaUinq% H -. hav: OAci R :--on Monda% < I *•* Hants was on a niur of > rf*.ii,, Ulantfa mvr* en banal rt in %  %  ps K nut llui %  %  HO Airways IT for %  ftnrfnnf'i* Tup* TED WR1GH1 of I-.*, %  m, Norll %  I \ i mm inr.i Dead I %  % %  %  %  itnti Fro 1 %  %  • bam Mr Wright expect? to spend In Europe, returning to Canada .-ibotii September and Charity Kuffh"Slmrintky" Rarhadw for the winter 'pHE RESW'. ..' *!( E. E. HACKETT 1 % %  •'> practl1 -Wood M HUH leelur. ,nH|p r,l S 1 PV b d8 fJS *> W ii' Council Wakerteld. .., %  • :. .: K %  • Ran Gap. 3 %  %  %  LISTI:\I\G HOURS M M Today's Gem %  -.-,'.-,-,',-.-.-,'--.-,-,-.•.'-'---'.-,----*,--'V. '-.. (ilVr. BOOKS THIS (HRISHIAS ADVOCATE STATIONERY *.---.----','.-.-.A NUMBER ot anataanj frosi the Ot-nlinc Convent who Ifft ovor tha Ut week-aiid i>y BWIA Vrneauat*. to -peud tha Cht-i-tma' holidaywith Uieii parent* and othar ralaUee-. litti-ltit t.'wulihl he namad 'he blaM It* • %  p Hi 1 H>> TREUDIC BURNof Captain Burns, formerly I Choraady who u now ni ployed i" IfldOtraal with a 11 I* Sti;.wn-k. %  <• llhflrtntad altar spending a holiday with her lelutlve*. She w* wmm pnmed ftti/t >'.' hrT *n Thorns. Mr*. Burn* is the daughter of Ml ,.nd Mr* H C SI Hill of %  jaad. Tiro %  *•*OfXeMM MAY arkn ha* i %  %  • %  Miarrive* henon II itfi i.unudiun Hank Trinidad' torSasS taw week* Jl v III! WIU.IAM SHORTS' pttumad on %  anilaj by BWIA IJ, 1 : UM H • XTl YEABWtX>D, in of Mr. and frtoroo I* a in %  • 4 %  I .11 Plantation. St George rorm iral K> to 1 M in Oaoraain ,, (> K(nk ;tinVl (l from Truiidi TweUtn town, BrKhri Outana hw an s bo siaind tuai osw thrai a • • %  i pranti b 1i HI 1 tl IVW I A n *i -I ,. ,. , ,, Of -is ... ,* ,,, aaella* In iluv C li LATIOKS #-riAfA" ,,.,.,, I^IIK EMOAi i %  • d bui tutt) a waaK-ana Burrow** aVaaMl .Arrimi bai aan ^i I M t MONO I ,, cr ** Ml '"" Mrs. I 1 u Mia subj<-c1 bf Arcbli i Like, i aMcaanOai I n.if hi> i AuatUi. Ifilrd *.' %  p. w .Kiof T,uk,r ' fNtE Dou. whlck wa Bad Hanatt H I Bi Hid H on the f>,„. „/ „ Tuin ,4 r K W|IL Mi i %  ']% mjgK Kr-% QOftlALVB -1 •> '* ' r ''''' ''' "' l,,,n 'has bean ntght. rJVl Royal Bonk of Canadi .'L V K,'I ia f >afrfi afrcwr* Boy | .. , %  < T HE Modarn il K)> Mkaofbi .. Brunch. arri\..i Kara With Cunudian Utiuk %  • -glvti ,. ml just over three j N Holiday m Barbados. \ii v. n stood, .'.in. la with ttM Bunk of (Jommcrco in | .i iranafem MNih birthday yi Andiioi i 1MB an" M. I \ %  %  i B '• A MI II is Mi Sas i i .. % %  ;,.. %  %  %  .1 for three da) -il for [|,. pi ari H tn upc-i, %  %  %  the RockliiuTirmi in tU'rmtiila Chlb M IIS T KAKNSWiHlill rf „ ,, v kuni in s *' / '-'<•'ivin.iKi • for Boma %  i raturnad •"TH11 Union %  -..if I of ,. ,.,K will oonl >pend!in' ... %  th< \i Hotel tad I i. n TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 PM. IMM.II; rill -UNI>\V (alM (*faeetal> Frlda* '• i>'" RKO RADIO ACTION |'A< KFITRi-fOl <>H HIT' Countr) i Mi Allan Trottar oi Worthlnjl i Wn -Li -f Ma i : %  %  Curut Hrrittil T RBtl I HI % % %  %  I ""l Wd Organ Racttal it si Jeaai t 4 pi H .i arlll bkataD) ran and it t doub'li wtwthar this -election has i Ri.'hartoa often THE STARS & YOU ixim ii" M Rim • o %  .1 .>•! .m.l KiiifHnr In i T i. esn %  . rj MM, ,|.lc,il* h..lullLi,|l Bui %  a %  pmn "I.1M %  i-r.nt WHIK %  M n -i iih„ 1 _Vi I I. I-It dilr -tl IMIano lll-t f* u< \> '• -i I OI KIMk T I-....l b .l.. I U aonc i ^. hraaan n .wool Mill ""I K %  .,,.,). 1,-nrlV ia %  acmanBU I"II in* B|trrld I BIB Ia>THIS at PKIZES! BALLOON DA7VCEI Dial WOO for Ri-si-rtxition* I I I Customers are Rushing to WHITFIELDS to see the new assortment SHOES I MillFVKNIN is i.ui.i) j, SILVER SANDAU .... III. U K SATIN HOLD MTRAPS TIIlM HTIITi: MHIIK IIMKIIs. ., mills, tVEDI'.r IBM SR.R9, 9.31 A 'I" I LADIES l.on I II I ol Ills Ml nil M si-ihl Hills IN Hilrrt: MBITK. lil II RID A BLACK KID


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WKDNESDAY. DECEMBER If, 1IJ2 ll.\Kil.UMs ADMKATl. PACE TIIRfF. RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS Periodical Bursts At Briltons Hill THE heavy i-in. || .it fell spasmodically during November, assisted the reservoirs in maintaining their levels. Except for a few isolated points, that *> receive a constant supply at appropn-u mnin until the new* arterial -vrn, functions in the third quarter of next year, the Island received satisfactory cover Pumping three time* the norlow Palmer* 'it will eliminate a mil volume through j 9" main t" rail deaVtsoi ensure supply under pressure 10 r'xploratorv Boring the resldenti.il araa on the top of The vary poor i %  Brit torn Hill causes partod ka l ,-orei at ihbottom f the a* bursts These should i. ,,t su ,.k. mentioned in ale out. sfter .ill the weak pipe* „ 0 nuYs icport, has pre and joint, have, at a result, bee'i eliminated Western Supply — llaymans System The thro-.* n.ings employed on the new 6" mnln tj.lv.it leigh and Ro*e Hill tboth St. Peter) should complete Ihr work to schedule before the owning < nest ana season. 10 the benefit of both st Petei and st Lucy, The eroasli bridge* ami culverts, -nd ih %  ilnal connect mil II R >% % %  HI I tome pro) [see circulation of traffic has i:rlered in Consequence Bolle Flectrte Pumping Station The anchorage of III I %  I.int, and the floor and wall tiling real % %  | thi 1 within the Pump Hall has begin' As these pipes are all flan.; 4, the work has to start from the PMll head with great accuracy. Bridgetown Arterial Mains The sp-ci h Wcrl flux Valve together with Its covering Sluice Valve—large unit*. which have lately been received, are being inserted in th which have already be n Laid. The IV' main from Spoon Hill to the new road fi Stephens HU| to Oral lies is completed The arnv.il Of lh> pipes beyond to the Laj must be awaited. of the suck fi MB\ ;,S It hj | I >o maintain BUBlcient surface either horizontal or M MR to feed the pump. dUO %  tuts of the coral. %  %  the normal procedure Of rinkr a tiew well, ami tender* have publicly been invited for this work %  .. i existence of a lake at 570shove has been eslabliahcd. but a which work has been proceeding. Immediately below %  I M % %  i ualit I: this proves to be th cast, oll'i -weet Vale, Idea Ridge, will have to bj probed. Reieanii . univoidable Car ill Commission \\ ill Sponsor Housing \\ orkahop Communists Plan Shake-up ,,', In E. Germany MONTOGO BAY. Jamaica, DM. 5. TIIF. CARIBBEAN COMMISSION i !l-hclp housing workahop during llM next vaar In Puarto Rleo, at Htttn i elusion in the Caribbi two aldad aalMialp houatni axpa '" '"' lr "ham a mission by the Technical Cooperation Ailminislration. Reds Accuse I .N. Of Mas* • %  Slaughleriiuj," • From pa*e L i %  %  '••Kins %  I'ot llkal | k,ti, Dwjtj id ssliq lt> Nth sJultt aod ii.. Ji %  SHIMING fXAMPLt Of THEftlCD Q, /(an tint > %  > Thcrc'< ahnvj i ;i clean h> gicnic fr.1 tunic in every room . here ,, SMIWI-T-H Paste i %  i.cJ Pots, Pens. Sinks, and Magwetfc respond qufcuy to fa ireatgaanj ihero not a scrawl. >n a mountain of ChcnMco. f >M*KM\9*M yUMii\W,WMMWn*t\UW. tf Bri'ion>. Bum4m\ Na, Gntnir Hall Main The 8" pi(H-s and specials BEH1 IN I).. I,il„rml source. Mid UWI UM •"•'"" "* no Oermjn CommunlsU are pla lo ninodil I mnaM jfter Uw s..v H ittara la ihakcup Mhlch imtin ousl .ill nanroe i passible I 1 %  up -i r. backanuod io -luring ihe tw ln LegalWJnFor UOC Communut Cabinet Ml Gerhurl Eulcr aen.. I to pic the new main from ..bove Briibiatv\ loiarraaUon Mlnlstr) tons Reservoir. ,''!'/ uW remain en JasvGiii H1U. tojaraaaae a a -yar; publicly Indicated by J rail | t rived nitart the race and Ttp R> and arrangement.'. work are in hand The main will not only open up a new area for residential expansion, but it wi|l relieve Fort GroriKeservoir (40Uabove the sea) from Supplying Graeme Hall * % %  Terrace and Top Rock (50' nbov detalle For Time lining orreeuoi in tup government asssneles and will demote Premn-i ott.. Grolewohl lo W.^'ImPie,, 76 whH. I ]>l r (^II'V ASKS President of the Eas1 German ould become the new Premier with Orotewohl anil the seal to the benefit of thos %  "' %  Conimunlst Part) Secret rj IMnT..; the higher alt.tudes ol 0>ral WslW, t | Christ Church Ridge. OSMl ...\VA. Thr %  ouroas laid lha( nun nan.,. .>,. >>East Coast Main Coromui Similarly tht 8" pipe and specthe Coalition Government ol the elB |) Laal for Hiluie above the clitt ruling Communist Partv with i,-..^ tram Parish Hill lo Edge Cl.lt tightut pio-Commun.n groupi have been recMyed and woiHii : i;t| Mnitetl from the top ol NewKllmin.iti..o of ihr oofl | %  atai Hill t" ihe easi of Clifton Knklin.l Ihe F %  hen ner May See Gen. MacArlhur 'Clumsy Deal 9 LONDON L> nthly ieti'. %  i %  nt i %  I %  NK.W V' %  %  %  German President was'ln 111 White M Hall, The ^"L.^i 0 *f l £,* the Soviet / munlst Party line wl o (l %  complete sateUlxatloo oi the Basl run on thv • %  %  %  %  %  Qarrinan 9* %  •.• —i r the for A % % %  ndlng the CHIT face below Edg Cliff are on Slti placing In position will requ partlcul.ii tttantton as on rtiiptat ,. 1 %  %  Glenburnle ami Poster Hall, giving St Andrew giv-iter security nt esntlnue-ni MBP0 Sealy Hall anil Palmers LONDON, De in St John British loelal il lead i This-.' miry and" secret policy-making | larger honaes lhat have cuunoored wiihoui saying wbethes the tau t 10 !" 1 for supplv for I veiv long lime, between Bcvumtes and liAt''ad lo net After reconnaissance and discuswingers it Sully healed, but I sion with ihe authorltlea of the bow Pnrt> SocreUry Morgan Parish, it has IKn derided to exPhillips announced thai tend the small main (lhat lermember party executive M****d minales at Barteantl Village) unanimously <>n the nood 'or %  lor hirn. „,i Whlti PREMIERS WILL MEET AFTER CORONATION 11. LONDON, i< Pi iBlc i at ions Secret I^abour Meeting Ends %  BtlOal, along above Cod^tafton Codec* and above Sealy Hall to slop beUnguentine Relieves pain of new economic policy. Mr. pnillipchief* woulrl pubUsh poUoj next .vpnng —(C.P.) %  nd mile Iri) % %  pointed id Ihai Korean reported —11 I ed < .un and than U portani portant' innouneed in howevei Bui it Mr. Justice aVasjonoww %  %  .. % %  -. %  ring that %  mi t-1 ,.f the ... : 1 | ilUtiOO to Ihe Kore.m v been servi had not I retun read it. lie eould only give ihe Rhu i %  Mi Gall %  ii' & at 'I £ X £ £ %  £ £ The Manufacturers of POND'S BEAUTY PREPARATIONS wish you a .%  £ VSSl3M*3Ja:M>:.v4lM5VlVi>l35JM5^5V4V5WVJSV5SlV •3MMMVSM*a?.A3UMfeBW^ Mm Don i be without n hottl#— it's a real standby. On Sale at KNIGHTS' Drug Stores | I | | I II III llll ll ' V 55? %  y y ? I I i ? I I i J Ijr'i lo YouA Gift Shirl for Your Xmas! Just you buy three (,'!) LUCNOWN Froducl*. whether Shirlor Pyjamav and voun il Uu cboicn 0)1 %  I I.I.K Kenown Bpnirla Shirt from S.liel\'s line rtinge. IHUIIV Owl] ; l.in.ited Quantity. Ge. Sahely & Co., {Vim) Lid.



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i' u.i i en i: it \itr. Mm-. \\i\ in \ 11 MDNHDAI 1'Kl'lBl.n 17. Ml BARBADOS.^ ADYuCATE >r.-V.~*—--—-" r -_—-u U< tin. ...I.iv l>..|..|ulK'r 17. 19.2 SOU. I itosiox HIS 1 Acting Governor i by the Annua> I i to several subsinn ra-I time. in i n HI at the aj the aarvJ i apt %  : %  of] con—ui land District Certainly give cause i"i am mus alarm That can ho obt ton what should be •i of soil %  for Barbados. lea in the Scotland area have been ftDd stones of UM houses are related jn book ftlty anil man which have led up to the serious Mil %  n vak nl m the Scotland district, there' o i doubt thai every action which can be taken tocorred them ou 'it tc be taken Soil 'i %  l by human inteiYcnii one oJ tha greatest daatrtwUvi forces; released by man and today India, Cl l %  Japan, Minions brought about by tha action "( men. In the United Stale* under a Soil Con%  %  %  %  • : R %  %  substituting, aoil-conaai ring I nature where aoll-depleaing cropa uly been planted. 'i'hi.% action and the political Importance %  .I erosion rneasuiei duitni franklin Rooeevelt'i presidency had helped evil and everyone ha v nieved in tha Tennessee i i aton is loss of ainwatej instead ol being i by the aoil runs off carrying soil with it and causing sheet erosion. This form of erosion. Uv due to the cultivation of races or other oad to prevent ill sftei %  aii Qully erosion is the direct consequence i and at the same in ol the i xietence < %  ( sheet eroaioo. When there is no vegetation U ft loprevent the Bow oJ water it finds its way down in streams which become wider and with every downpour. *lin was to cure gully erosion therefore letooure sheet Unfortunately it \$ much c.iUMsoil CrOSion than to one it and the cure Is likely to be long and exThere need bv no (ear that Bar1 will oppose measured designed to cure soil i the greater ie.ir h. whether the island can afford the monev I 1 the cure. But this ran only IKa subject for speculation. The third kind of erosion Is due to wind alone Alwn.r ol low fertility Cause the soil to become 'his! and the action of the wind i beast to be stifled, crops to be uprooted and the whole couAtryaida to bi overrun. Wind erosion fortunately (!< % %  ; not appear to be present in Barbados, but sheet and gully erosion are only too apparent. For too long has the Scotland district been allowed to slip away and far too little attention ha i been paid to tha widening deepening gullies which year i> year carry i soil into tha Atlantic. The delay in obtaining a sod conaarvationlat to visit to i eostnmend n plan of cam* %  this terrible BCOUI have bean excusable at the verj bestt is obtained, but everyone will echo tha Governor's h opes thai ha will connvary soon. i\ II I 11 IK I WIIOI nils A GALLANT attempt which was made in 1910 to preserve ancient monumantt and In Barbados regrettably failed. One of the few results of the Committee's activity was the official recognition of a house at the corne? of Chelsea Road as the wiu.h George Washington stayed during tha few weeks In which he visited Barbados in 1751, v ter of an excellent article on Crofton's ll<>u>' in the Barbados Historical and Museum Journal pointed out i ih. re is no evidence what this house being the house referred Qeoi e Wait! ngton's Journal. The intentions of the 1010 Commute-; wen H.-nt and had the sites and buildings of historical interest 1 them been kept up, Bai bad to lav v : have much more to oiler the Vtattofl Who rama to these shores every year Bvan aftmparlson of the condition of the ancient nTonUSj cnts and places listed in ,910 with I i condition of those places today shows bo.v in i* I c mditions have chained for the fcoist At the time then* were still some Juts said many guns to remind future gen-, ol the historical fad thai unless had been .. fortress island"' in 18th century the island would have i ds more than once. The Civic Circle, it is true, has done i.le work in Barbados and have especial red the Military Cemetery behind t. Ann's Fort to Its present well-prc ei ^ d condition. But no one who reads the repot: .i t!-. I!MU Committee can fail to share the fitment of many Barbadians since that their recommend not carried out. Today thanks largely to those public-spirited citizens wh foresight have given the island a cultural ihe Barbados Museum and to the research of Barbadians and others, much more is known about Barbadian antiquities and ancient monuments than wa IS 191" Bu' alai much laas is being don. affvi 'i remains for future generalivi, question on* mri %  tower me Majesty'*. < %  %  %  w are encsflnl %  1 1 ,; himsrtl They predict B*ben ihe %  I only be anmhilatrd bill Is that %  aeUbar do we No oa Election will take and then n I IS %  %  % %  .. %  i ; -. I.y the death of hi*, fafl ten nuel triform Hill A*lor's mother || cu> Nan< B South In I Bill A.'tiT was nut a vci• Ml' d I %  ran ow seat in IBM tvj .. %  a und 1950 the constituvn %  %  i.t Hi | youmt SQ Bed John HUM-. Uit h li*t il HM lain wiis duly iv%  .1 %  bj id % %  ttw MS% %  thai th.%  i v. %  hi r.ha was three unit %  l 11 ml. WycVtnai lliKh Wycoosbl Norn %  '• dndoo, it %  ti.ii hirnll the tins v\.i^ niAtrlng from ., M unemptorment li also h S3 vlUagsa spi i %  H oa v m '.' %  hli h i i tholi -.Mirk and i DOM High W> • Mords ihi. is .. llB in v l',.tt ;m, hi wall I"' t aardod as a crosa-aevtl'in nl UM aatton • %  >" ^ whoir. .\?n rouichl V It piri ihej could musun Churchill :.erit a meMajre of : hist stop lour in vtu h he lurin-d on hll |t igC. ,inil i ••<* Ihi d %  M.l ':.. Ilir hull'. correspondi Si/nm up tinsituation i re%  ha to U Boss that we ouirht 10 win by %  • BUshU> najorJtr. Actualu we woo by an uai n' .-fd ntalorit) of about ioo which w.i : %  on n ..liri i d plai tin the uneaaptogrnwnt In uu funalUire ladust i QM r.niv ..f nit %  i every• ho earned I i 11 0(H) B year as pai on lbs sweat and loan al the i ii d u si i i.. i and workers And tha i .v . i .'. i %  I. i "mi admit that in Ihe Bsht up tinspill in the Arty to lbs limit. Wo *.. %  ,! that A Vote 1. | do not doubt th.it hi load i. quite %  lot Yt* i claim that urole ol hSaa Wycombe was s thi tha British people I this m ould nol %  %  %  ByBfVERUVhAXTERMP Kn.oi ii> Power %  %  %  %  j brought %  %  Sot %  that the s . erf by the 1 %  %  %  %  %  It) in the %  % %  %  %  %  I Ml AMI T.I which %  %  I %  %  I Tuily m %  1 C 111r .1 Toi les. i %  oi ihe sam i ';<•! by s mSHmrk SMI tradition. While the Tri.dc Utaloas fi>u*ht thv day lo l-y iMttle with the employers for better pay and .oiiOitiuiia the Labour Party foufht the battle for pstttteel %  I • %  i %  I 1 One Weela %  ni <.f their i K .i I %  %  %  it .. i rnlcal sa) big In tha days fi llOW in %  tn.t of N %  innocents t would espial) i (..uu tell Bui when %  %  %  tu th-ir -' transport Iron %  %  i i they paitt : it the 1 I Ivan well %  %  %  %  ; %  M Liber1 UOfl. You cannol itrl can in lotiBor ti %  t you have Opportunity i U inn %  • | i burden which Muse's forced upon the* %  I went Harold A %  bi llllaal junior %  %  an, .nii.1 ;. I is nol %  TiomcnU i %  (:.'.' %  fly into a deep j ad % % %  Lha %  %  mant did .1.an inch. They woul i cany out auras lor defence and %  the Bwan rebelUon, Nwdleia lo lha lirm support .... lovlns tho batUa in I'ailiamem he waa wlni. nt la : i . ktq %  what Ihe wanting. 1 thai when i.-.<: >wn ti^ik place at i Part] Confert'arty and, i< Unions (aihcrcd toBovaa would sweep ihe :. his candida U tive. And he did. 1 went North tu see the fun and aroctk the fournep. -in had % %  I Uu I'r.idr Unions. Men like Arthur Dcakin and Sir Will who had risen from the ranks t,, K r*at pov %  I %  tu t tail •Trade Unionism hV%  || We now Lilly to the row. arc shouting • uu he,.d. nlT ., if *,A. re back to the struggle of the 1 B Nan \oie bill, .li'.hough far this new note He i dinner at No. 10 street for a visiting poand nmons his guests were foUi Trade Union Leaders, Ih'hnifi this wise grstuii' was the thai in the regime of nl Con*ervati\. Labour trouble than in any similar period when the Socialists ware in power. i" %  i today I %  lines the war I have vis1 A, many I I, When liStS were n power I nevei railed to irvs tbera credit they dirt sad I beorUly despuwi an* Britwent abroad and maUsned hll own (i'.vernment -pint .,f la thai I now itati • %  L Part %  dilemma. In n %  %  k admit to that it quicken. .I the %  i snee of Qreal Hv it. ense of responsibility it made tha workers Bocept %  di i., ol world defence Yet In B .i did great harm by propaganda which caused the British worker to feel that the State owed rn as it should be. Tha rrade Unions if Brit %  ndenl place in the com: stand bcsldo thi Mou%  ; liament, the Church tha Courts As Arthur De^kln said, they owe a ibliity to the n. ( ti..ii. At (>of.s-Roads ft may repeat the metaphor, tin' Socialists h ive i< icbed >iids and there are nO uda Uiem. On the other hand, there i* the grim history ol European i tti.it Si-cuili-m with its ui : :.ved the wa% fur N l-ism .HLI psail covered with the corpses of Socialist par'he immutable law of life that when ens parjs th to another th, umtht r always dies. Liberalism cave Communism and tn-t n imnserUliU. 1.. opposition or in powea the Con %  i a iiomiii.ital influence, for a long. loon time. — UBS. A SOLDIEKS PAY (By VAUOBAM WNI S) THE pay i country cannot be compui. money. Thus every coumr •VAII III KOI S TALK I'lAli: U INDON Men ivhoaa wartime • irplolts w.uld tm volunu Lendnn this montll to bus sboul the defer* fare Ol fifteen million 04 the World's war veb delegates and ob %  : %  nbtv of i World Veterans' Federation the "United N ii men'j 1 He has ,. distinguished rnilib oai won decorat fr gallantry U Walch< ran and escape to England when I • Us N % %  %  1 lowing an eye-* hn hod] hai been v. ad bj Uie %  Mis bod he was onlj %  hvunmlruj death. Telling ruvRed Dutchman des. 1 Chinese force broke tti night on tl They swarmed over the Dutch %  dirowii bUndlng n %  • u 1 %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  1 • ni Ihe hfick and %  Rep rlen l)..(.| %  1 \ t it I kept %  %  1 I found by remnants of the and carried ihrwush a running battle I 1 again taken far dead at 11 collecting station ;it Wonju and had a blanker Hli name WHS added to list and his wife ltd) infiirttu-d recovered fled Die hhinket 1 tor water. it 1 Li Tokio. he was able to c.ihle in his wife ,nd. several iler t loin her, Dutchman is Don : Holland for the World Uon. In Iiuion I other men \\' !i .-,[., % %  -lie li'geiulary in their own count a countryman of his. v in LanschoC "ho helped the Dutch undergrouiid mnvemeni Arrested tq I h a Gestapo, he was tortured fol d repeatedly gsji 1. last continually for 100 hours — luit lie ilUln't V.lk. a Q u e e n Then •!,. ues Piette. %  He Ii the man who stole the plans of the At from the 1 h a American General Omar Bradley when Paris was liberated. 40 times gone by. the Army's ranks ma have been considered a good 1 adventurers and ne'er-do-wells. Hi into beiny the term "brutal and soldiery." And it is recorded that Duke ol Wellington, on inspecting a batch of recruits, remarked that whatever, effect they had on the enemy, they frightened him In England now. opinion is growing ihat front-line troops whose daily ex a hazard should be paid higher tl in rear areas. Every regular soldier starts at a lings a day and can rise as a private t< twelve shillings. Average pay of the National Serviceman fighting ui Korea's front Una Is around its. 6d; they rnturi sarva etfhteen months wltli the colours before tiny receive the foil ratt s Nevertheless army tradesmen, mechanics, serving in safe areas pat ad tha Unaa 1 bar pay than the fighting men on the grounds Ihat their jobs are "skilled". Yet nothing extrt who risks his life. • • • The high prices oJ beer and England is rapidly increasmi; our taste H lemonade, orangeade and other soft drinks. Now. according to the trade. BritoiU drink about sixty-four hall pint bottles "l soft drinks a year-twict' tha they did before the war—in comparison with an American's one hundred and sixty. But brewers hope that dui nation people will forget the ihilli plan to provide a special C twice the normal strength. The price will *>t commensurate in gravity It will coat two shillings and sixpence for a nip—or enough to fill an outsize Wine | On sale too, next year, will I Vodka, price thirty-five shillings a bottle. The Vodka is. at first, likely to be mucl sought after as a novelty. Bui tin | likely to revert to the ti. French wine, which now COSl t %  and seven shillings a bottle. T * The present unrest In Bagdad, following the expulsion of Anglo-Iranian from is causing the big British oil com] step up their efforts to find oil IU| more peaceful areas For they (ear thji other Arab States, taking their die from Persia, may seek lo expropriate foreign oil Anglo-Iranian, together with the Royal Dutch Shell Company. %  Nigeria And Shell Is about to look for oil in Kenya. Anglo-Iranian is also prospecting In Papua Sicily and Canada. • • Explosions such as that recently at Monte bello overshadow the work helm; done In atomic research for industrial pur] This is being carried out solely by the British government. For all of Britain's big firms, including Imperial Chemii Vickers have stated they are too busily occupied in immediate export and rearmament work to help in the industrial development of atomic energy. • * Odd societies and assoeiati' 1 to flourish in England, provided they do not offend the law. 1 Many add colour to London* life, give the] eccentric a safety valve, and tolerantly by the autli 1 Umdon has even its Existensiah | Rendezvous, which claims to have and members, mostly foreign students. In its cellar a novel exhibition is on view. It terms itself The First International Hangover Prevention and Cure Exhibition. Its organist'i s have gone t< ah • to collect some thirty hangover cures from different parts of tl. world There is the old Chun a rat ashed during the first 1 tan remedy of sticking thut. pins in the cork of the buttle en night before; the "swaUow'i beak In in>nh" of ancient mythology and a numhei such nostrums alongside the modern draughts Joe the Barman su THE ANSWEI TO fOtll CUM***** ~' < ,,,, IM '..'.'.•',V.V///.VW(V' -'--.'. I'RiYm IM 1> tu s x I THE LITTLE SHOP johns-m %  MilanIH Bulldlm. Broad Mrrel . hj i.u.ifM. Uasaa -* n < .KINt; FtlK 1 st 11 /. v if 1 e Msaaacvrs JUST HAVE A LOOK IN OIK SHOW WI.VOOWS rOU 1V1U nO '1ST WHAT Yi ilWANT FOB USE is torn B CiLAS\v V.:> KIT<-HEKWAU EVBTHENWARt I'I \.III \\ Mil AMI lo.cl) liwln.nl ol Uu Hoik, and T.y. Ih.l r rt Mlliu I" l"ll> Thr old Ladle llomr WILKINSON' IIAVNES CO. LTD. C. S. PITCHER & CO. nllflLMI BWKH ITU STORKS fat** STARRED •S-f0T %  ->! Mil VM \l I I I I'I M I Kit THIN IRON Si951 HOTPLATES S41.39 ILK TKU TOASTERS I IK IKIl Kl ITU s IIMV TABU MODEL I nl. 1 M'.l 1 <,RAMORADIOGRAMS $275 1'IIONES SM.I9 iSemiiv %\ asli<>r— $515.00 Costa & Co., Ltd. 7 MORc \\r\ I'Un 1 t lekena 1 .. %  HI BMess ( 1 BMSW It'-, lllls %  ON IIIWAI iir \nu> Itinnrr Taaaj Me, per th SI.25 prr It) f l.te per lb -1 ". s*r lb TBc. prr lt Vte. psr n. -I '!) ,u t da I anrf I 1111.1 Mike Ihi-. uwk i \s \li\ inn WEEK %  I. IVr drlivr Jt ST ARRIVED . MMkiirlli \itml.rlll h-m— ..11 Pork Presea Bsaaiaa V|tplr> % %  .lu.i Brlttlr .ilb*> Wines S. Alrlran Wines • Try a HotUr of UOLD BRAID RIM . Gnai I'M lhan Flu .'. . Look ..">.! . Erel I-ti, r Mwt mi* at . oonn.-.RD's RESfAt RANT En|'y a tnark whilr rnssaase %  %  aaaiplBi rmiil, KO by • Onit ur asfl IOOT4 I .11.. I QOLP fin UD Rt"M BSt M J OPEN ALL DAY THURSDAY 1.1>inn nits n sacvKE.



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WEDNESDAY nil i \1111 IJ i: ,,._. II.\I:II\IM>-. \n\iii \ 11 PAGE FIVE Case Struck Out For Want Of Jurisdiction B.C. Fireman Freed Of Larceny His Wtaraalp Mr. F A Police ftugutrab Ught b ihf poitc %  ctari Edgar Bla.ktiuti man of the St.-. hip pian • with the ; tone Radiogram valued at til) from the Steamship Plani t Dec. 16 Mr J. E T Brancker appeared on behall f Blackmail while Sgt. t W Ki of fh ( 1' After hearing one witness for the prosecution, ii itruck out the case. Cap! Alexandre Robertson of HM S S planter told 'he Court that the radiogram m brought back to the ship : To the best of his knowledge, the radiogram was among the cargo on his ship and he had %  dJogram : ~ tha crew's (j Blarkman was a and a fireman on the ahli In ant* Roberl.'on said that he could not My if P' radiogram but n boatman said that he (Blackman) had given order* for the ndlogram to be carried Bshore He couk the value of the radii I IKS I MM HIS I Mill' IIIIS SI \SO\ %  i ••war* in i ...^-• %  ••"""^^gaajijjf Taa# r 1 —t THE MOORE M.COBMAC liner %  hip to call her* tfali teason. arrive* in Carli-le Bay tola morning She U the flr>t te"n-t •Brazil's* Arrival Today Opens Tourist Season THE 11.123-ton Moore McCormack liner Brazil arrives 1 H lisle Bay nt daybreak today, opening the 1952-53 II season. Of the 273 passengers on toard, 13 will tlM other 255 will continue the cruise ..aster of the Braf.ll Is Captj Christinas Shoppers Crowd Stores Seoul Rally AI Com her me re On r> i l ;.. % %  IBI laJi .... I W future l Scot! %  Bai Mmed the King'* Scou' LH taown), u %  | %  a bar that the S. i.ut* I I %  n bit t; it Bral I %  %  I %  Jf^JTSi^SARSM *• that he did not know the vain the radiogram and he could not Hv If a rndtotm.tr > %  Mint type would cost less than £10. U S.Xll. who w.v %  Jan Lumber. Feed (OMMITI..; .n SISSIOV-i Ivan King; a labourer of Kendall Hill. Christ Church. Ml ihe next sitting at the Court .f Qrand BaeM Brazil wlih the SoulhOf Brazil for UkiEUJ pa&aengers to and from that counaryssw .. \ Ich ar" Captain Sadl. 1 Monde) of the inn fternoon fi %  Halifax under Cnri.-.': the pavements ..r city .. ning buying; v .. ; ,' %  Christmas presents ami cards. "l\m ....** llt-l— IliniOet.f: ianna ifrines school rhn, uwu Christmas ha Mk wen lornulion nl Local \ss.n i.in.in:— 10 th. in,,i Mi, Bl i . \ ll.ii ..i li.ii%  i .ill parents or %  i Ithln the area. iriee of th< %  i en in .. trom tin i' \ Wm. Henn the Col* i /. Fridge St., White Hal) Rd. Bill* telling their parents what tre> w.irited for Christn... 1.,'. In tlie afternoon when %  Y M v A %  '. || p Rd CodI aett Hill, Jackson lllng in jhe junci i %  H ghwa day, ihci |oln*d uw ruah ionuika "•' ...... .,,,-then during the short Tl "'" %  OUth on hi lima left baton the si I*" ,,m '"''' ~'"" Clerks snld that "th. i. i %  .• I %  "-t -'"tin Mun< in His Worship Mi i; B raat| in IMS II lolncd th. M< ..ro the '" •'< •" %  • %  • %  Hujhwej Griffith" Acting Police Magi tainlng ahip Left yesterdaj for Trinidad 'nought It was busy, but t an %  %  uth through of District "A IM1. I' agents here are Plantations Mondaj many ehUdran end paopla stealing a blcvcle valued at £16 The other two Good Neighbour Ltd. yjWj "forgot . i Than whM ke*pui| 17s. 6d. the 'property of Bvron fhlps, the Argentina and the came rushing In to eompleuihir I lowing L > Hlghwaj i Balh Watthe on D* 14 Urauraaj wlU be ealllnj aiB.rR,((: shopping. | ].„.,• i\\ Welehe* His Worship also committed badoa several time* this seu'on ~ZZ — w !" % %  n e i *. Christmas is Just around the l ututiofl Fitz Amey (44) of Rouen ViUagt, Tna ArgenlbW. 0, M nr J}}'> ^ ? n "fS* ',','!' 1 c rnCT '' • mother said, and n Harrison St. Michael after the prelim, IU11JH %  „„„., oll [ \\\< n .,,^" v l S^?,hhm S hav '' ^ u Trmfalttr Square. hearing la the case In which b . %  harl lothassumed dutiei as master of UM Joined the HerSftei inloadliui its charged with WOundlJ Sobers, an island rnnitahla, ended Schools Itiin Own Statloueriea I toondaiy schools now .. re. L'ndtr Captain F. B. Amcriran f'onsul llasscll. she Is consigned to the ycstoidav suciatlon. Th. pfoKcuUon .Ui M thai Ij*" %  hipthe omencc „ comiri lied % %  < ?"' n ,"' '""" %  %  %  Urcwood and Oct 25. paiu. %  '" "h-**llll KTOr AT MAi'lK RtAlls gers Inc] B Mra. H i! v-... ,,,,, ^, u "~^I ". — %  r %  >' A F Stopatmalor... are placed on th. i .,,„. ,„ ,„.„.,-.„ rlv housrs ,„ %  S'SSSi, 1 Uitor n..t noppii I%  .-•;. roador,Au r .J8 Th. M< r ac'oinro'oSai. be pjlc in one month or one _n.. uio. fumilioe when fomnlolod 0l lrv IWk "5ggJ The motor yacht Mrsaliew on dry-dock, This yacht armen employed on them. .1 . %  bag % %  H ,.-. %  owner H who waa AirlllH' tftfllCUUS Taitt w.i manded arid dll fusing to pronu • licence to IT I Traffic Branch ll| to this charge but not guilt; %  i by his wife and son. . ^' Mn! In I riiiidaul ..ml ha" ^n ngth of 100 !" al 18fl ft she Twenty-eight-ye.-ir-r.ld bug drlvu ,. 1 ,. h M ,, m s and draws eight not stopping at a FINED !•/Pi irm Hanry si eral funcl i of tna Ha 'I .:.. %  ind .;.. n %  i with the least pa nble in %  in i |i endenci r the Qi up i< !.. %  ..i Bo % %  ..• % %  I %  Si..Ill %  and ** ard Ii i i • ii %  appolntnianl ol i In r proper ti %  * their ml ol ill b idjai i manl %  i-u-iii lancy badge %  innol %  eus" that he could nut gel the moal Impo rtant <""'i"%  " %  -'' !• til pi \o fleas, no tapeworms* The Hca io an intermediate host ot the tape-worm, and (o cnurc freedom from this troublesome internal parasite, \our dog must be kepi pet lice. Kill verminou*. parasite-, such as fleas, lice and ticks with •Lorcxflnc' Dusting Powder (containing gamma BHO.j. 'Lorcxane* is a safe, pleasantK perfumed powder which will quickly kill all common skin pests. The ctfcv. gf a single dusting lasts f ot some two weeks. Lo I N rexane m STING POWDEB HANDY CONTAINERS A ptivlu.t nt Imperial ( hemi.ul ,Phaniiturt.ili I united — t td aawi .-is.-. %  %  f-wJiWi. bah A S linden 4 Son* llarbnJo*' Lid., Agents OVEN FRESH SERVICE We lake l/iii opportunity our many Customers and to sh Friends 31 Crispy Gh ristmas. //// />/ /MUX HisaiT ra int. Combenncn waa one of the flral schools which gtarted Importing its own bnoka, ihi l s 'ml children and tea^tie's I ntrally by 'ha Mai Grenadian Dies er Vernon Carmlchael %  rswtof water 14 daya or one month's iM>;.ri( ,n• W. A. Mullei men: for Ignorll x made by a Pollei l T llarbados Jan. Sept. 24. 25. 1953 "'., Mi VIM-H I Carmich:.-! wa sign llad to gpect ,. ~,.,-.. -t. ; %  atop his bu I Col. polmcal, cultural and '' %  i %  ., %  I igioui Ufa of n,. ommunit) aa, Trans-Canada Airlines, "• IFTDHI Our on*it Cormpordanti PORT-OF-8F I I II lionats Ai In the turn I A lion A — lit at Queen's i for sales u^> PARENTS MI ST tiO-OI'KUVTfc Will! TEAQIEffS In Touch With Barbados Coaal Station GRENADA, Dae it. of Instead of dotnj ..f Polii Carmlchael Mid i"' could ; 0 o, oocaus~ h ;;.' : ^-^""'" i ^ hl> paaacngers "a terri) I St. Augu %  % %  %  : %  Log ti. %  i. in %  c • %  i. i %  .. Aim Patol % %  -. in.i .. .. Hi.. Affairs In k*ii\a %  (.! %  b Bai % %  turn Association Agen< Ii i %  in Whil, navai %  the chairman Board whKh wip in the LegUlature ovei n I dav Mr. W. A. Crawford Hi >. nCol MnH WBO ti %  i" %  hi !" **i m such being taken by ntol iDutf, DM L6 avenins ZTSm Tata cS Kenya agalnal %  eetiona ,,f the subjtrt to U appwaJ erf u autaa that thd JSSS i native popular,.. .ve Jamaicail Government and mardelegation which has been .InHe wf i ;. %  '' not been proved to be in any w:y kl UfH companiea, the sale of cussing these matters for the past formation of the formal Bovs in associated wilii the all .vill pass out of |WO WOakl Will rc-ommend GovBrigade 1 the first :' rorists activities m (He colony and the cmtrol of the Fowl Mmislrv ernment lo ;.< I %  COnaugurate the Boy Scout Moverespectively request th.it > ii3. The present contract. Delegate 1MV0 for Jamaica manl whila foi cellency will convey to Her tract will b< lead'ng tlgur. rtln Majesty's PrlnclpaJ Fyff. 'id the if the agreement is signed Grenada Ulerary league SUte for I hi j | Die Jamaica quiet over the existing -tatc of i ted cxtcnd'ng until the end of Banana Producers will provide ^J^J, ,nd ffiaV^if CHMMK; 6U (dt.aclwi Jo to PAUCA XIHIAHIl III KM I ||fa d'erfumr A I'nwderi I'llMIS 0O1 SITS i I BBONf ffOHJ I BOAT >S Cake* In BOS] 111 H\UKV ROH SUM' (J Oattag in Box) 111 RAKRV TALC IN ROTH. (Aaaorted Seenlal %  OH IH I'AKlS II Kit Ml [MM Towert <;OVA OOiOONR A riKIIMI. In Xmn Tree I'ack KNIGHTS LTD. %  affaiM : ".i < Htary lUppina). The progi an ntnl i LI %  %  of Ihe morning" He was always TIRED 1 and M&n ( ILL gf^ta Vlin| <., Thn f£f* KRUSCHEN bro.ight a happy change AftTouiT.r.---" ..••.' comr-'alr.' t11 us l about a "eompl I tton'andqjKk'.v gava %  the Joy of living Up to a monta *%  I had BLlfT'T"! diaonler. imatlam. nJ I general', i.-li i 1 ws•< • many ram urn t ge,M Kr leehen trla'. In foor weeks Ki ha* <-> %  %  tra'i": m It is good to be %  The kldnev* are th%  tinf. inia 1 ... . blood strran; and ihe aeed or half a-doian oomm 'n allmenta la %  own. TV arte %  %  orcsm al"> *"%  •IHlled TMn EMM a ]->y w>m. '00 US NlT .PURINA UYENA! tOMavtn HI* MASH @/> iff** **> %  ^^§s UKEWMUCmCc.PIUOWS LOVELY LINQERIE Q1FTS ,\rl Silk Slips £1.43 In S3.SI Art Silk Hull Slips im i" KM Nyl.ui Hall Slips SIM Arl Silk Pontirs K3r. to lid Nslon r.iiu. S2 2!) lo $4.1(2 3 Ja ol K WOJAKUVOL *ij| } 111Thlismj gvaarysHOfl \ '' '" %  'IWMHAllI • -• S_f a.v*rr*aiy % %  r ooouauxaa t^ri" H. JASON JONES & CO LTD.-Distributors CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10, II, 12 & 13, Broad Sired %  f**0* a J • a^ %v* '•n* Nylon HoM in 42. SI and M ^aV U'lii^*' with dark outlined %i HMIII dark Arrosss. rr dark Hii'K from tUH lo S3.2S pair I'm.. Silk Hose al .... I2.17 Nslun I.are Me,h $2.15 lo S2.3 Art Silk NiithliM $3.95 lo $4.N HARRISONS .Nylon N.Rlitie* — Dial 2352. $11.34 lo $18.00



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1M>H\V DEI I MBKR 17. 19.-.2 BARBADOS AllViX Ml PACI -IMS House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates % %  Asomi n Expenditure Ml. \v, officer* %  %  %  should I. %  %  • %  i f.r GfVCTiimcr.t ulflViaK Ti y i provision head new of 1 Mtion ii thev wore KOLU* la %  M (1 i,_„ ., %  \ r thlt imped that a* %  %  ipetcnt, Not Riuhi Mi J Q, Cwrnniin^ (I N .: %  thry could '. .: Kiev, T ,. %  i Questions To Governmenl %  %  Mr. \ and will tal % %  tiomni that th< of the Wand. It wi • i Ri-imein TramporUtioo s .. '//•. Bryan Ufa irW/ Iht. 2? I I II llr^.n I' I* ike HWM mikr > ::. a hank helM llr< of Ihr 11 4. mmm *. > (iiiiMiu was II • tan Ih.i il i, %  '.! I'. MCUW IMdU""''ll l*b %  Mr. Ili>n. I %  Hi. Neem >.I \ bet lo i'n" 1,1 \ %  > I v I '.i> i tttenttee i p t feet ilui CtkrMnM Daj UUi Pce to sber i" i .-. • f.-uiiu "ii i FTwai *u ... %  %  t-in It ink HolM i .i i ] %  h \. r i< aw jr%  I tineptnlea Ui i > lex ,i.> %  :-, II, |V %  liMil B Hntbl it i %  ..',.!. %  | I ,|.,| ,.'|. ( ,l„n. Tlir it II-. %  peMrnlli reea < ifft |. In | .1. || p %  .r. -' ..v I |M "Mi • • Dei iav be ftedan i %  l*i^ On P.O. IK Issue / .>'. SI a ml firm 4, I i*mi iktir I. tng to ba re%  i \ Chinese En Lai. %  Skilfully hlen.1,,1 piilially ,/!; would have deellN with ui I ant. He noticed that nubile and I they were no re seen all ow did D ot foal What *M % %  | Jit. %  Department £„JSJ end an increase had been I %  vote lo %  %  %  a* much about l %  %  table to adi s Actually theata] %  : the time. A. 1, s. Lewie i "" '• >'' ,tu ir ' 1 V„ ^ %  ., ,„ ., ,_ i.ru— ....... „, In this Island In th v Utinccossar.lv \ %  i 112,000 ws g Mr M i Oaa i i v %  \ payi irtleular heart '.f ii*< in tinGovernment S erv ice. was Incompetenl when • %  nt thiit the am %  had to send for tuppl< ake UD his %  Pd that thr Ad by $100. a, T. Adder ll) na They should i lOC. | M.iil'T.i! wh t Crsod Corollan rla (L) ; %  I %  %  '. %  I.41— Upkeep of biiMi thai Government irtng the dom gave the full amount not be enough. The nUJht aak for G hoped thai Btwthh in .in effuit to kc p d | ........ v... ...... > Ike horses. T. AlMe* l> BB I that several sen.or offlcers have been %  .single hoi I • .. %  1.000 and now %  %  %  I make the T. Br.iiirl.rr I af represented Immaterial ,hc (loth of to him whrii i r Or not t ' I •: t say tii.it In miny i %  .'.. in "itlil' %  • %  %  :• : far %  %  md he (F) RIGHTS o, MANof them Trouble with %  hop] i the grMt variety at— KOIII IMS STATIONERY J/[ Queen ./linoiuj Cars! INSIST ON THE SAFEST TIRES BUILT e KOVrlH TV ar with those den values iati.il to anirahlitfin. ..." SmiMith Kitl 11114 Immaculate Interior I .iixiiriouK Comfort Ktonomiral .1! these are points worth nottaf when loiixidcrini; ur Ii.i-in:: a car above avengi ll ' ,r 'hat wi Mvon far into the future .... TROVER %  maun E NEW Compact' Built for hard labour _e1<-Encarncv & Co.. I.hl. I'honK ll!i:i. Thousands of motorist* hove used Esso Extra Motor Oil for years, and thousonds of new owners are finding it the best oil for their cars. Esso Extra Motor Oil is a premium grade heavy duty oil containing a special inhibitor specifically for CO"C*ion prevention, and an entirely new detcrqent which keeps yotir engine clean and in perfect running condition. Esso Extro Motor Oil is sold by practically every garage ond service station in II.irh.nl'. IT PAYS TO SAY FOR ALL PLTROLri/M PROhtTT*. ESSO STANDARD OIL < R M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.



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PAGE SIX l: Mill MM is AflVlRATr WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER It, lU House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates Govt. Criticised On $10,000 Resolution For Repatriation The Ho -. 1 Asaemly tut night paascd Resolution fur 1166.6; iippiflOWnl 'fie Estimates unden heads The Resolution was originally for 3176,ti22. but an amount of SlU.UiX) which was intended to meet the cost of reMtriating 19 ur 20 Barbadian women who went to the United Kingdom in 1W9 to work as hospital domestics was deduct.") (taiiaiiwiii defeat Ui ,rKu-i iMB) v..!".altei soringerltli miCrown Agent* and ui' %  .! criurum i*d oil by Mr. F-. D. particular year ended OT bo ordering ueing tilled and it ai .1 %  and would have 1 lor. It would seem that no provision had been mi* be1 u .„ IIH'J did not wish lo put DMftiai in in* tSWM it wuuid ***m man u tnc ntnount waput |a I mated. No Irregularities Mr. L. K. Wastes* (ft) said that when the new system of dealing LLjnnuns. De^tr Uds of tasi with the Estimates wa* intro.iouse, aud Mi M. B. Cox. the ouced they were told that the utj.^r nircutive Committee memmat advantage would, be th uer |ifilial 1 -%oui of with a Financial Secretary the motion by Mr. E J. Motile; .Mutuwy, and I %  %  %  %  ...c tsuv. Baal 11 wai oua" lor Government lepauiating Barbadian asMB 11 . . ,n .iiuiH..1.1a. All tne Government Party with II* OPOOMuuti in out vouni oj ii—2. Voting for lha reten..o.i ui the llatn aere Dr. H. O In The House \vstfnluy (l u. make a* %  Ml .c.aVn-.U tl.-'rto ai* %  %  id in* an % %  %  1—0. Vtr 11(ar H*"' '" ' *•„,. > ilnt-l inMsiUHo M*M. would not occur. Ai I he laughed as he fore w that the method would not be a euro A* a matter of fact, never lOCy Of Barbados had so many supplementary estimates < 1 brought for so many things ford and ,,,„ hjl(( btfn nvc rlookcd. One would have thought It difficult to such an item being Its dt %  11 w. -It I* awct. .i (..nder. Mr. v E. ft, 1 is, Mr. E W. BarMr. St.A. i-ouier. kit F I, MJUer. Mr. J. C. T. Braiicxer. Mr J. C. Motttty. Mr. W A v ir O. X. Allder. Defeate on the Resolution lasted uch an il#ni „,„, "J h r^^l^V.^ ,: lairSr brought down thrcr month* beta •rns. rfHirrm'Ht wore severer ( r „,„.,,„ „,„... ,1,,.. ( MSteu for "acceding to the de,.iiw| of the various heads ot The various items for which the n ty 0 voted are—Upkeep of .rdem and incidentals undei principal %  xt EMiri om e down. Honourable member* ted the Oovernnn allsflcd wll hile t h who rent party h 1 hen country head Qovi-rnoi -*4J0, Stallone <%  %  • %  iI( j lr in colonia' rctused to dlsmisi S.vra*ary. $1,800. Oftlce Equii i r.iituruU: i $4*0. Travelwondered whether tho-* memben lniR FTOrn'Cs under fire lirigad -M i %  ittsAed through ignoranes SSAO, $500 fui the rlegiU0. Mental lloopital 3 Mr O T. Allder
  • p.>rtmuni ,r. ( | prices "inanepur ftarrtci ..... ,, |BJ .. Labooi i)epartment $50.i, M .i whethei Crown \ ant Mpartii'.etil ..( Uighua>< and uj f rranaport ,:i%.0O0. Walerw.^k ..,...,!...! IttiMneOn behalf of the House. Dr. Cummin-; extended the season's g -retlnr lo His Honour thr Sp.-aker seconded by Mr. MotUey ;' '" V 1 "'" 1 ,w .f? "" and after Hla Honour had repUad ( 111 •" M loM tbaa the House adjourntd until Tueslanguage that it was felt ihey wars day January 0, at 9 p.m. OVaretoarglni The amoant to be voted unaer gat no batter conaldaratksn Colonial Secrotarv for stationery He would raadUy Ripi i 91.500. Thr note i Ukf KCLOremarks made by the two | lution concerning this nem stated speakers because In atnai that on ncronnt of delays in the arha rival ol stationery from the Crown felt. Agents dmli.i! the lasl two years. Under l*al Pe paiU wa i it was necessary to meet atcount* wa.* voted i<> H Pptai .imountim; \<> $1 177 In respect of amount for |URN U I9S1-M from the cural Grand &> anon s i aklni unu nt >s-ar'fc p'oviaton. it has also dar this head Mr. .i v. T Branch* b^'en neceB'.firy to purchase conef said thai the auioun' sidarable amounts of duplicating b i n wrai cojnptatatj Inadapnper locally in order to re-proquata Tiallowance a u \t i duca several long raporai etc. more Uian W yeara age md H Stationery or Jerad during tta our* % %  iboul lame M be revised rent year i now being received Speaking mi th.vote i"i lha and aupn'a iv.enury pp.vision will Police Department, Hi J I T, be renua.i lo meet outstanding Rraackai (LI allagad thai the commitments. Police bfliM ted by Mr. •.. E. S. lewta L1 said rflVuUs fot playing Dole, and •1 -' it aeemod that IRtle or no urged Goveinntent to fatal Ugafjl '—.'ice was taken of the criticisms th matter. m-He In the House In connection Mr. W. A. Craif-nt if —"h reinserting items in the l teed the high eost of fodder for the honieK. and lid Uu for feeding the M pqual to the <*o-" them^el. He asked whether t* could afftn I to %  a year nwri. monlal occasions i DUulaV three 01 year. Astounding Mr O. T. \llder it] how u.embeis of eoujd allow the roSl ol 24 huraes to go UP year afu.-r yvwr in a day when ti I tion was motorised. and said lha. the coal of ki. was "astounding" for a small toloay like Barbado-. He fall thai the numbe of iKillce horaes eooid be red N pt i ant. in the burden of the han taxpayers whoae %  mg used to purchavwagons foi that Department '..ret. the fact th-t 24 horses could cost so much, and said the motoi •tad to replace the horse* for ceremonial purposes. Hthe Department eonceno-l i.f fig the taxpayer*' money. -.1 spendIng mosasj on aacfa unnecessary would toiu'intrali tneii energn productive schemes under the Five Year Plan. Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis (L) admitted that the Police Force would Deed a Mounted Branch, and said he waa not in a position to say whether the 24 horses now kept by the department were adequate or whether ihev were too many, Inronsish n, v %  A nen in* horses are u**o. but wondered at the inconsistency BMBBBBT of feeaing use KOCBCV He recalled that ui .he Annual Estimates, separate prov at ion was made foe forage and Iu. and said that on one occasion, the vote for forage was reduced. Later, they had to increase • ;>ecauae the horse* were found to be underfed. thc> wre being asked to approve .. s i i--..,r.'... vet) ;..i tesMei Mr. g_ K. WalseU (E) said that if It was true that the police horses were being used for the plas.ne of polo, then Qe* waa -Liffermg from a "very serious dlea %  i-" H >lled the PM Sy-lem in ftarbadaa a luxury, but added. "If Barbados can afford to have It. then n should be os-d.' Like MrBraneker, he |ioinlea nut the danger in using horses for I 11 %  instj spendlriK money on horses for to use for polo, and %  990 System which wa> .i mere luxury, the Police Dei'.. eonrentratc their efforts ol the establr-hment ol %  "VaW wl K'I A. uld be trained In detect' inc and bringing to jusltce those 1 00 have introduced into] ay an abominable crime] which Is reputed to be spreading Thr"ighout the uland. The people of Barb h":nc itoiverted." 'by paopsl rome here, and whose n i unwholesome" Mr. W teotl •aid I %  il itl.l'l i |iiiill. Snii/gglt r Pla0d I Cm i fati on San I %  PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec 16. A Malayan seaman named Tom Kok Leung waa this morning nnd $400 for having three pounds of raw opsuan in his poucsjion by Mr. Garvin Scu't, City Mafclstrate This is believed to be the largest amount of ofh.ni ever found or v single person In Trinidad. The Prosecutor asked the Magistrate to Impose the maximum fine of $1,200. Leong said through at interpreter that he brought the opium as medicine for a sick istoms authorities elajn they are experiencing difficulty in locating the source of opiurr smoked here. Dodds KIDNEY PILLS BACKACHE HfADACUl aMiNsanw MMSTBIlihC nnimiu* laeuu SUMS 40 3A "Yes Men ii.ashattad the Oovfrnggattl %  upportare as "Yes Men", and said that because of the strength of the Government Parly. Governtnaot paid no heed to the criticisms and suggestion* made on the floor of the House. Replying lo the criticisms. Dr. Cummins explained that no ofr.cer could have foreseen the increases in the cost of animal feed, and 0) On Page 7. i Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on any day and get a piece of Phoenix Ware free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift. LOUIS L. BAYLEY oi ... .Ui... Line. Dorit tnhe chances witli your Sleep IT U Imeortanl that YOU should enjoy narueaJ, refreahlag sl*p every tdgbl. Your *nernv and tour.. (Uriely depaod upon ft. So bo luided bv the experience of countUsa thousands who make dcUcioua Ovalllne their regular night-cap. Taken at bedtime. 'Ovaltlne' provides special properties derteed feosn Nature's beat foods. These help to soothe nerves and body. aa*Ut you to retax. and arc conducive to sleep of the beat kind. After natural, restorative sleep you awake la (he morning with body and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of (he day. Remember . 'Ovaltine' diSers from o(ber food beverage* an Its nutritive properties and scientific compoaUion. Thai I* why 'Ovalttna' reiults are obtained only wi(h 'Ovalllne'. Ttthe 0^4aLTirVE The HorM* Best Nightcap SaU M oirHf hi lUu fc. -II ('Maw amd Saanti. %  MftffJH — Nesa thai UW brga sin' OvahtsaV da ossitthw %  • svncei. (IHI.1IM IIMIIIS i proparUSB of 'Ovaltmt', and ThS east Uw you order • Ovalt iac' monnhrr lo UKhiSa apacfcrlol'Oahiiw' aiaruiiiaavrU. You will mW ilieir Jc..-ai( anJ dximcuitbrd flavour. \x\ii'4 CARIB FOR HEALTH dt STRENGTH CAKIB FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK AND OF COURSE CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS



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    PACK BIX BARBADOS AIlVOCATF. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER U. ISM House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates Govt. Criticised On $10,000 Resolution For Repatriation ThiHou M Aaacntb y insi niiiht passed ;i RcaoluttOfi for Slbb'l'J lu -uppltmtnt the Estimates undtl AttMD h*a*K Uon WM uniiinaily for $176,622. but an amount . particular year ended without the . up b> ordering i*inf filled and it w-s .. .... ...... Jia tao.<-. UUI II ara %  uwalllH and would Diva uui Sn %  l to nay ihe to mi>aidi lor. It would seem thai iJl of repatriating Barbadian Q0 provision had been made U%  -. i.fin UM Mo.ner culm.-. nM mey did not with to put ..a ti. tcnaaa in in* as iiruniIt would DM amount Wtf put |fl 1 %  *** matee. No Irregularities Mr. L. K. V.i*u ikt laid inat whin trie new system ol dealing %  tin the Estimates was inlrolold that the %  ..l.U. All the Governa ...u.xii tanvd with ti.o opoonuot> to out voting ihc GovarruAant b> l*— 2 Vet th* reten..ou ol the Item A -re Dr. H. O i ir.nuns. Daputj l> .dcr ol the .loi^e, a;id .\u .1 E. Cox. the Uuced. they oti ar BCMUtiva Cum-iuttac mam' an'-' advantage would be bcr present. VotWi n fa*OVJ "' with a Financial Secretary IUC" the motion Ly Mi. L -J. MolUey u for Its belew • 1A. ihi .mm*, ha ponder, Mr. E. S. ; *.'. Mr. E W. Bar.-.)*, Mr c F Talma. Mr, St.A. Holder, Mi V £ Millar. Mr. J. E.T. Braachar Mr J c. Mottfey, Mr V. A Crawford and MI O. X. Allder. DeKitron the Resolution lasted EOT • hour*, and on many of th' *-m*. Government were aeverel: Hokeo for "seceding to the de...uds of -h, ix pa rtmei.tr Tlie Mwlous Items for which the money n voted war— Upkeep of %  .rdem and incidental* undei head Qovtrnoi -$410, Stationery i.r.a md %  % % %  i cokmia' nuitaij. $1800. Office Equipginger up their civil servants. Ota. meat undei i % %  %  %  $450, Travelwondered whclhei lh< t member* liR Exwn-f, under Fire Brigad*ll ere ajoft $500 foi the HegiMraUoifl r through a wtal <> t Police S4200, Medical TV-aJ > ii servanll tenta $600, Mental HospitalMr. O T. AiMcr lit vi*w of the fact th In The Home Yetfardap %  %  •f Pna|N> iSn maiaa •* Mv-iirx •MM <4 M<-> 'i"l. %  hit 4.lni> 1" Worn, > • HIU%  !*•!> I K-iJfnjtei. separate proanon waa made for forage dnd Ta'ii:ieft*4i Opiun: SmuggI* r l*'in.a*d PORT-OE-SPAIN. Dee. 16. A Malayan teaman named Tom feed, and said thai on one QSJB. J* 0 ^"^ w u mornlni flned vol. for for-ae waa re***> lo > havUl ""^ P 0 ""**' iiuc<-d. Later, they had to increaae Sj. r *-j i.UUexauar 'tie horv were Thif plUCT ii. hi* po-.vin Seo't. City Magistrate m In believed to be the larSJBst lound to be iMidartod. and now ani01|n o| ,,. m ev?r ounu or Ihe> wr, being asked to approve ,, Je ^.„ on m Trlm dad a Suppksanantary vote for fodder. Mr. E. •*. WaWi (El said that The Prosecutor aked the Mjgif it was true that the po>ire xtrale to impose the maximum fine horves were beins used for in? of $1,200 Leong ld '.hrcugh ar pla>.ne of polo, then Government interpreter that he brougnt the Was suffering from a "very *eri HH opium as medicine for a sick friend. Customs authorities clajn II -lied the B9D Sy-tem m they are experiencing difficulty la Barbados a luxury, hut added. If localina the source ol opiurr Barbados can afford in have it. smoked here. then ii should b.I would not occur. Ai |u lime he laughed a* he fore.w that the method would not be cure As a matter of fact. DSTVS1 .11 % %  '. Barbados had so uny supplementary estimates liH-ii brought for so many things hut had been overlooked. DM rould have thought It difncnlt to %  uglna *uch an Item being bruUKht down three m<" 9 US* next aaWmafa mme down. H'>noural>le meml>cr who reI the Clovernment parly might *^lt *atl*(le.l with then while t h r country • ulTii.il because thou* members ii tome office tag bcaraga, rod said thai thg %  %  • for feedin. -qual to 'he Ihemse! Hi aakad could affoni |o k) Police branch a> a year mi %  < • monial occftiionDisplay* thrat year. .Ailoiindin;; Prani ker. he polntad out the danger in using horsaa for polo, and said that ll %  pending mon*j on hoi ... System which WJg snaaa luxury, the PoUea D*p.il'm*'. ronrentrate their i r7 the burden of praaaad establhmenl of a "Vice Squad' trtdeh would be trained in detecting used to purchase wagons :oi *ng and bringing to justice tho*e that Department. I* w 'ho have introduced into ihe %  olony an abominable crime He deploreo the fact thM 24 which Is reputed to be spreading .(old COM so much, and thrnisfhoul lbs Island said the motoi cycles could be "The people of Barbados are used to replace the horses for bing perverted." b v ceophwho 'I undei the Five Year Plan. said unwholesome". Mr. W..Icot' "Yes Men Mr a i. Miner i) i., ;';*..[ n .?:r s Imw uemberi of tm could allow the fJOSt of feed 24 horses to go up year af year in u day ".'hen b I boa ^u( „oI6 27f, Mi^ivllanepu. Services s:'250 labour I)epartnient $50.060. banartmeni of Highways and I'r.inaport SSfi.OOO Wntcrwurk Si 1,04)0. and th* remainder under Post Off)' man it. After the It'-olutlon had been pitted the House passed n further Supplementary Resolution for $4,200 for new electrical installations at Government House, On Itchalf of the House. Dr. Cummins extended the season's li-etliigi to His Honour UwSpeaker seconded by Mr. Mottle? I., th" i ;n'eminent and pi ICSf %  .i ... : i iMfhtfl Crown > %  xHild ii"* ba dona away aitB. lh M lii-.i could aal than suppUai and Legal Depatillt l(lori quickly lh-n (...MI ment gol thatrs and tie beticve i tbas lookad around and .ii'-'i Used for contractors, in. gei their articles much cheaper. Tnkinu AM;I\ lltisinev a unk tha ... ith taking aw MlM$ lik ware day January 6. at 2 p.m. OVarc n ar gUU l. Oovi Tha umoant to he voted uatdaff **< "" battar consideration Colonial Secretary for sUUonarj Ha would raadU) was $1,500. The note inItcr.oremarks made by Uia tWi lullon concerning thU item slatad speaker* because toi lonMUme 1 that on account of deUys in the arhad b-r rival of stationery from the Crown I' 1 A^aaaj durinu the last two years. UadW Lagfal Department v i MO tt was Dacessnry to ineel account* *a> voted ti nrnoaOitant '< %  $ljni In respect of amount fee Ui.ywar I951-5J fnan the cur">"V unrcnt year**, provision. It has also dec th* head Mr. boon necessary to purchase eonr 'aid thai the sidarable amounts of duplicating b luroi saj raniptati paper locally in order U> re-proquats Tha aDosi*nee duca several long reporia etc. more than 90 years ago and it StaUooery ordered during the cur"as about time it I-n-vi-.-.l rent yenr t' now being received Speaking on the vote for the and supplementary provision wUl rtwce !>' purlment. Mi. J. £ T be renii.r.-d to meet outstanding Braacker (L) alleged that the ciunmitmonw. P" !: bakaa uaad i>y Mr. A. E. s. ush , and •tud |l seemed that liitle or no urged Covernmrut b> h '-ntip-, wll T;iken of the criticisms lha matter. m'-te In the House in connection Mr. TV. A. (Tan-ford f fodder for Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on any day and get a piece of Phoenix Ware free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift. LOUIS L BAYLEY Of lUlllllll 1. 4111 Dim I lithe chances with your Sleep I T 1> important thai you should 'ii|ov natural, refreahiftf sleep *wy night. Your energy and 6rn*a pargsly dvpesd upon U. So be guided bv the experience of counties* ihousands who naoke delicious Ovsliine their regular night-cap. Taken at bediime. 'Ovaltlne' provide* apecia] properties derived from Nature', beat foods. These, help to sootha nerves and body, assist you to relax, and are conducive to sleep of th* beet kind. After natural, restorative sleep you awake In the morning with body and mind refreshed and eoergv renewed for the work of the day. Remember . Ovaltlne' differs from other food beverages in Its nutritive properties and scientific compositionThai is why %  Ovaltioa results are obtained onl> wiih 'i tvalhne'. MM OVAsLaTaNK The HiirM's Beat Nightcap %  -.J u u. HI. ,'ii I.-' a* ail Oa as st g a e.*a *•>* %  . IHPOIlTaafT-"**. that M Urge sin %  Ovsllln. • tie coaUlns (4 oilflCeS. o 4.1,11\$; IIIHI i 11 s ^^ at* sn .1 lot a Tha nan ma* ru 1**1' Ovaluae' remember u apa^Seiof'Onllin*' BIHUIII aa weU. YMII I hail dSllcata acJ diaiiDgoHlwd Savour. / %  nalai airtight pjtkafn. Me* CARIB FOR HEALTH dc STRENGTH *aaaa-^ CARIB FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK AND OF COURSE CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS



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    \WII\IMIU DM I Mill I: :: BARB VDOS U>\nc \ I I PAOI <£VFS' House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates % Inna !'** < %  %  oats, 19 11 %  I %  . %  Mr. I w. rutrH i1 I %  %  %  %  V i people to run the Not Kiuh: llr II. t. l.miniih (| ., || for an h I %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  chat | %  i %  %  i %  %  %  % %  i ihe* were not %  %  Mr. w. A. cnwferd < i i i %  .%  the Stay HI which the %  iced by $100. Mr. O. T. Alldrr it Nut (HHIII Curollurv Mr. A. I ^i sna l I ry to the %  lionour-r for St. I'hilip to WU !! %  %  | Iiiiiiuuiiib!" %  %  cttmg UM Mr. O. T. All.lt r 111 %  %  %  hit Ihc IT it and of 1100 %  Mr I. E, T. Branrkrr i %  .. %  .. %  %  I %  %  %  No I'oint Mr. I I M.ii.r I | %  %  The q %  %  %  nd toll % %  h K B %  %  Mr COX, %  %  **cd. %  %  : %  I ic intent Transportation o. T. All %  %  %  %  %  1 >vcr Iho I he did not feel rhat men %  IHI uniting nil ovi nd three or N partnwnl 1 i;: that % %  %  %  %  the muiw ) Bf Up all %  %  He f' %  %  help ih The vahielea parti i by personnel. An addition.! *12.oo out undei Bervlcea ea pay* %  in the Q rvicO. • that the %  mount I I urlng the n tigh. The %  %  In the %  I tl.'.h of %  %  nd the i i I'P mntithly expend) tun %  Be p—ts still reI %  %  %  %  %  %  n %  %  I posts. Baaartl On Kxpcnrtiiurc %  %  n I %  %  %  %  %  • %  %  %  • %  %  I i ick to I thai %  • ill iak "i Ho hop %  %  M : %  %  %  1 • %  r work in a i cal waj when d< I %  %  : time I %  Subetltuti Mr. K c. Ranaj (L) %  %  with acting appoli n not) when i a* much he knew %  %  ultable I \ %  reached "hrn i retting Just justice !%  %  Magistral make uo his mil d both rides .' %  ive drifted miirh too far iland In th. pi putting laymen on the >%  aid Mr M. i: Oei (i.i %  particular h*ad of a*d< %  tent arhei tl had to send i I . . U %  i %  dorn gave the full amount i' i Goven this In :tn etroi' coat Whi n %  %  .... to him ant money fM ferencoa, but ni nmh % %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  Questions To < -o\
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    Title: The Barbados advocate
    Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
    Portion of title: Sunday advocate
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: Advocate Co.
    Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
    Bridgetown, Barbados
    Publication Date: Wednesday, December 17, 1952
    Frequency: daily
    regular
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    Spatial Coverage: Barbados -- Bridgetown
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    Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
    Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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    WHAVS ON TO-DAY
    II HICK.

    Lord
    IN.A.T.O.
    FSTAI.!.;SHED 1895
    t!MEDA C WfATHtf REPORT
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    Mountbatten
    Commander
    Appointed
    Of Convoys
    Anglo-American Teachers Urged To Further SUiilii
    Squabble Ends
    I 16.
    'i uv. North am
    Councir approved
    Meditf: nuu Ime Minister
    Churchill announced this I
    1
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    the U m Command
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    N.A.T.O. Council which
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    LONDON, Doo m
    SECRETARY OF STATE AN IhO Colonies Mr. Oliver
    Iton faced iharp crtUeinn today in the Commoni
    r the nin i taken to i on bet fl oi tru Afi i
    can eecret Mau Mau Society in Ki
    ,, Uth whipa urgent order foi attendance
    in from both iho Contervethre and Labour partis
    for ttv M u Ami debate, during which Governmeni
    critical motioni
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    WKDN'ESDAV. DECEMBER 17. 1M
    MAKllAIM^ UHIK \ll
    , ,1.1 THREE
    RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS
    Periodical Bursts
    At Brittons Hill
    THE heavy i-in. that (ell spasmodically during
    November, assisted the reservoirs In maintaining their
    levels. Except for a few isolated points, that will not
    receive a constant supply at appropu-u mssun until
    the new jntvtn hmcttou in the third quarter
    next year, the Island received satisfactory cover
    *ump.t
    I eolui
    tho nor- low Palmcri It will elm
    mal eolum> through a 9" main 10 real deficiency
    ensure lupph rs t" Fxploratcirv Rorii
    the residential area on the top of fhi* \. n
    Brittons Hill tauaea periodical rortj al ln\ fclttt
    bursts .These should lessen and ,>,icd suck, roeni
    nie out. after all iho a I
    and )oint have. a< a result, been
    eliminated.
    Western Supply Haymans
    System
    The three gaiv
    the new C~ mum between War-
    leigh and Hose Hill (both St.
    Pet*r) should complete the work
    to schedule before
    of th next crop season, to the
    benefit of both Si 1 eter and St.
    I.ucy. The en
    Kluges and eulverts, and la i ''"*l
    finection at R-we Hill pi
    Km# prcb i circula-
    of traffic !., ft
    sequence
    ItelV Jlcctrie Pumping
    Station
    The anchorage of U
    Slant, and Hie floor and wall
    ling continue' The
    Bumbling the 2.
    within 'he Pump Hall ha* begui>
    A* these pipes are all fl
    work has to start from the wall
    head with great accuracy
    Bridgetown Arlfrinl Mains
    The sp-ci.l* such a
    flux Valve tog*th with Ita cov-
    ering Sluice Valvelarge units,
    which have lately hewn n .iv.-i
    are being Inserted in the mains,
    wh.eh have already bc.n laid.
    The IV main from Spoonci
    Hill to the new road from St
    Stephen* 11:11 to Graz.ttes Is com-
    pleted The arrival of the 12
    pipes beyond to the
    must be awaited
    onth's leport. has provt
    us. of the suck
    -.
    in maintain SUtltcienl
    surface cither hortaontaJ or ^
    tical. to f*"ed the pomp, duo I
    r : M corro.it I
    coral.
    .-....,, the norm i proc dux* of ttnkin
    - new well, and tandem ha\e wilt
    work.
    |
    t ued Tie
    cf a I.*ke at 571
    the *"a has been eslab.
    h work luu been
    proceeding. Immediately below
    i crvolrs, may
    lualltj
    :>> be the
    eaat, other sites In Sweet Val
    i.idge. Will
    have to b- probed.
    Re*'-arcii
    Jable
    Reds Accuse
    1 JV. Of Mass
    "-Slaughtering
    CHARMER or TYRANT
    th..

    \IIUT1C.1 !
    view *,i this
    )l. pnu-tk-il m;in'
    h him friends
    him
    Carih Commission \\ ill
    Sponsor Housing Workshop
    Communists
    Flan Shake-up
    In E. Germany
    Mi i] Jamaica D
    THE CARX1
    ... k-d-Mii-licip housiii
    year In Puerto Rico, u " Itttli
    elusion" to the won being done- in the I
    two aided self-help hou i *p>
    mission i &>opMraUon Admlnisti
    BEH1.IN D
    Informed sources sab] U
    -rung
    1
    . .. total
    .... theComm
    Lagar-tto German Com,
    days to ii
    I
    roach. financial und te- I i
    miring the Iv\ an a*
    acond, i would bring
    M |J
    the dlseut
    ' i
    I
    elf
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    ANQTHtR SHINtNG (XAUPtt Of

    BANISHES
    CONSTIPATION
    OVERNIGHT

    in hygienic
    fragrance in cwry room herc
    0 i s M-o-o-T-H Paste
    cleanser is u*cd Pan. Pans.
    ..nd Iiles.Smk.jti.l Paintwork
    ranioial ejukao to " "***.'
    niciit there s not a scratch
    m a mountain of Chcmico.

    to remodel tha
    after the terfl m ;i
    Bri'lon*. Rendezvous, shaaieup which n
    Graeme Mull Main Communist Cabinet Metnl
    The 8" pipes and speciali lOf Gerhart Enlcr as Ollel <'l the
    th,. new main from ;.bove Brit- Bute's Informal Ill
    l .-.hove Ren- Rcorganixatlon pi
    de/Auus Hill, to'...i m* H-ll Ter- pUbIiclv Indlcafa
    I I
    ' W.-nmliii !...
    race and Top Rock have sirieed
    nd arrangements to start the (^nm#n| .^ ,
    work aie m ha ml. mot* Pr*mi.
    The main will not only open ^ ,utv l??m
    ^m^*.'^^^. Wlhelr
    (tt,, Qroti
    Georg Hcservoir <40l>' abov
    the

    East Qerman
    Mr. (iaifyAsks
    For Time
    Eisenhower
    May See Gen.
    MaeArlliui-
    KD tram Supplying Gratmr Hall """ """ "......| "" -w
    Vtmce and Top Rock (50' abovn Pr.'mnt .vuh Crouwohl and
    the Mai. 10 the bcn.nl of ihos * Communiat l'..r:. serrei
    living Chrilt Church Ridiie. MfUM.
    _.
    East Count Muill Ounmunist Cabinet Membei
    Similarly the 8" pipe and >Ptc- Hie Coalnion Gnvernmenl i,f lh.- eight u^>> time
    ials lor lh line above Ihe cUfl rullag Comraunlst 1'.. '
    from Parish Hill to EdUe Clilt tmhtial pro-ComntuiuM
    avo been received and v.->ik ha-. u Hated.
    *1,,'!*,1..j!om " "? ".',.r,VZ.~. Kllmlnulinn nt the ,,. I
    C.clU, 11:11 I" .the ea.i ..I < HI I. r.,rman Preseleni .,. .,. M Whit. Hojl.
    for de.cei.dlng ihe Cliff t.ce be , p,,.,,. ,ir. ,
    ( complete Mtel puUic Korea. EUenhower ,.......orl
    German Stale.f.P
    LegalWinFor UOCl
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    loNii'". Dei II
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    H ..Kirn: UW Id


    1 KF.MIERS WILL MEET
    AfTER CORONATION
    Meeting Ends
    low Edg i Cliff nrc
    placing .n posittun
    partHUlar attention < w
    Fteepe>( part I I *"H
    todreum- SpCl*^t IjUllOlir
    lidll. giv-
    ing St stKurity
    if continuoiK Mipi'ly
    Sealy Hull nnil PaJmen
    in St. John British Bocta! I
    Thi-. taoantry and a secret poltcy-maklng
    larger hou.. tlut have clamoured without
    for supplv for l very long time, between Bevatutet and righ'-
    After reconnaissance god daatlaS- wingers is llnally healed, hut i-;i-
    uion with the authorities f the bour Part Mori
    Parish, it has i - PhUUpa announced that the M
    tend tho "ill main (thai tar- member party
    t Sarsfants Village) unanimously on the need for a
    dlong < policy
    London,
    and above 5%ealy Hall to stop U
    Unguentine
    Relieves pain.of
    Mr.
    . hlefa

    Phillli
    woulfl publish Ihe
    ti . [i UN '
    '
    meetinj I rst day back 1 itiooa wl
    ... i
    '
    < i >

    i.,i,., a. staff *od then '
    .
    ; ....
    .i ti j. i. ...< i would meel
    0

    t-Btect l
    ..f tii' ... I olutlon t., tho K"i
    1
    . ii> mi .aid It wou
    time allowed by I induce"
    The Manufacturers oi
    POND'S
    BEAUTY PREPARATIONS
    wish you a
    it
    A
    yS^lSVllVlV:Ma.''AV4ViV^13iiV.5VSS4WV5Wsa
    swing to thi
    I. -II ..... i
    ^mi^mmmmmmi*i^*i'*^^M*im!ism*i^i*5m'MWK%
    jmrs
    IS TH FINEST
    REMEDY FOR
    RHEUMATIC
    PAINS
    Don't be- without a hot-
    tieit's a real standby.
    On Sale at
    I n.in S.ilic
    A Gift Sliirl lor Vour Xnia.s!
    Just you buy three (.'() RENOWN Produrts. whether ShirK
    , and yuui < of a MIKE Itrnown Bpetis
    or I'xjan
    Shirt from Sahel> s fine range.
    HIKKV 0*fa a I
    mih'd (fiunti'.y.
    HMm Dn.g seres Geo. Sahcly & Co., (B'dos) Ltd.
    mi
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    MllVhllU |,UI MHIK ': '"-'
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    -. hav-
    : OAci .
    R.
    :--on Monda%
    -
    < I
    ** Hants was on a niur of
    > rf*.ii,, Ulantfa mvr-
    * en banal
    rt in


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    HO Airways
    it for

    ftnrfnnf'i* Tup*
    TED WR1GH1 of I-.*,
    m, Norll

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    inr.i Dead I

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    itnti Fro1

    bam
    Mr Wright expect? to spend
    In Europe, returning
    to Canada .-ibotii September and Charity Kuffh- "Slmrintky"
    Rarhadw for the winter 'pHE RESw'. ..' *!( E. E. HACKETT
    1 '> practl- 1 -Wood M HUH leelur.
    ,nH|p r,lS1PVb'd8fJS *> W ii' Council Wakerteld. ..,
    :. .: k Ran Gap. 3
    listi:\i\g
    HOURS
    M
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    Today's Gem

    -.-,'.-,-,',-.-.-,'--.-,-,-..'-'---'.-,----*,--'- V.
    '-..
    (ilVr. BOOKS THIS (HRISHIAS
    ADVOCATE STATIONERY
    *.---.----','.-.-.-
    A NUMBER ot anataanj frosi the Ot-nlinc Convent who Ifft ovor tha Ut week-aiid i>y BWIA
    Vrneauat*. to -peud tha Cht-i-tma' holiday- with Uieii parent* and othar ralaUee-.
    litti-l- tit t.'wulihl
    he namad 'he blaM It*

    p Hi
    1H>> TREUDIC BURN-
    of Captain Burns, formerly
    I Choraady who u now
    ni ployed i" IfldOtraal with a
    11 I* Sti;.wn-k. <
    llhflrtntad altar spending a holiday with her
    lelutlve*. She w* wmm pnmed
    . ftti/t >'.' hrT *n Thorns.
    Mr*. Burn* is the daughter of
    Ml ,.nd Mr* H C SI Hill of
    jaad.
    Tiro **-
    OfXeMM MAY arkn ha*
    i ' Mi-..... arrive* hen- on II itfi i.unudiun Hank Trinidad' torSasS taw week*
    Jl v III! WIU.IAM SHORTS' pttumad on anilaj by BWIA
    "IJ,1 : UM H XTl YEABWtX>D, in of Mr. and frtoroo I* a in
    ' 4 I .11 Plantation. St George
    rorm iral K> to 1 M in Oaoraa- in,,(>. K(nk ;tinVl.(l from Truiidi
    TweUtn town, BrKhri Outana hw an s bo siaind tuai osw thrai------ -
    a
    i pranti b 1i HI1
    tl IVW I a n *i -I ,.
    ,. ,, Of -is ... ,* ,,, aaella* In ilu- v
    Cli LATIOKS #-riAfA"
    ,,.,.,, I^iik EMOAi i '
    d bui tutt) a waaK-ana
    Burrow** aVaaMl .Arrimi bai aan ^i I .....m
    t MONO I ",,*cr ** Ml '"", Mrs. I
    1 u Mia subj<-c1
    bf Arcbli i Like, i aMcaanOai
    I n.if hi> i AuatUi. Ifilrd
    *.' , p.w.Kiof T,uk,r .....' fNtE Dou. whlck wa Bad
    Hanatt H I Bi Hid h on the f>,. / Tuin ,4 "r" K W|IL
    Mi i ']% mjgK Kr-% QOftlALVB -1 > '* ','r ''''' ''' ,"' l,,,n'has bean
    ntght. rJVl Royal Bonk of Canadi .'LVk,'i
    iaf>afrfi afrcwr* Boy | .. , <
    THE Modarn il k)> Mkaofbi .. Brunch. arri\..i Kara With Cunudian Utiuk
    -glvti
    ,. ml just over three j
    N Holiday m Barbados.
    \ii v. n stood, .'.in. la with ttM
    Bunk of (Jommcrco in |
    .i iranafem
    MNih birthday yi
    Andiioi i
    1MB an" M. I \

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    AMI
    II
    is Mi Sas
    i
    . i .. ;,..' .1
    for three da)
    -il for [|,. piariH tn upc-i,
    the Rock-
    liiuTirmi in tU'rmtiila Chlb
    MIIS T KAKNSWiHlill rf ,,
    v kuni in s*'/" '-'<'-
    ivin.iKi for Boma - i raturnad "TH11 Union
    -..if I of ,. ,.,k will oonl
    >pend!in' ...
    th< \i........ Hotel tad I i. n
    TODAY 4.45 & 8.30 PM.
    .....Imm.ii; rill -UNI>\V
    (alM (*faeetal> Frlda* ' i>'"
    RKO RADIO ACTION
    |'A< KFI- TRi-fOl <>H HIT'
    Countr)
    i Mi Allan Trottar oi
    Worthlnjl i Wn -
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    : "
    Curut Hrrittil
    TRBtl I HI I ""l Wd
    Organ Racttal it si Jeaai
    t 4 pi
    H .i arlll bkataD)
    ran and it t doub'-
    li wtwthar this -election has
    i Ri.'hartoa often
    THE STARS & YOU
    ixim ii" m Rim o
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    i t i. esn .
    rj mm, ,|.lc,il* h..lullLi,|l
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    pmn "I.1M i- -r.nt WHIK M
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    lll-t f* u< \> ' -i I
    OI KIMk T I-
    -....lb.l.. I
    U aonc i
    ^. hraaan n
    . .- wool
    Mill ""I K

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    i"ii in*
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    BIB
    Ia>THIS
    at
    PKIZES! BALLOON DA7VCEI
    Dial WOO for Ri-si-rtxition*
    I
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    Customers are Rushing to
    WHITFIELDS
    to see the new assortment
    SHOES
    I Mill- FVKNIN.......is i.ui.i) j, SILVER SANDAU ....
    III. U K SATIN HOLD MTRAPS TIIlM
    HTIITi: MHIIK IIMKIIs. ., mills, tVEDI'.r IBM
    SR.R9, 9.31 A 'I" I
    LADIES l.on I II I ol Ills Ml nil M si-ihl Hills IN Hilrrt: MBITK.
    lil II RID A BLACK KID I Mills si.iipirs I.LAI III II I mil. .1 nil elllNllITI
    HUNTS HI N.....- III Ml I IN IIKIIMN III I K \ \VV. BKOH'N TRIM
    "..... SI I- .n,| H. |0
    WHIM IHI K V-I'KIM Bill MIS
    I.IM. LEATHER SLIPPERS, soil SOLES ss 70
    * \s| M i III l-l sill Is .. .h
    sllols IS I I Mill I: 01: si IDE HH I. Ill
    rt in \shiii ro remind THI 11 .nun n. iinrm ivii i bi -staying
    OPEN ON SMI liDtv IO 4 P.M

    T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
    YOUR SHOE STORE
    I'liMii. ;.; 4220
    nil I Mllll
    .,)Ttni-i.
    "Unit. ....
    .,

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    1. H HUH l-.-r
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    undrrUklnio i
    dav
    Mn- BoBM thiiav aaaaaiii

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    SI. aaperlaily ^W*"
    iiinTMliATa J"i" Oraaniaai wr.m
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    BIRTHDAY PARTY
    SATURDAY NIGHT
    The CORNER STORE g
    V#IS SIHH'I'IM,
    I


    WKDNESDAY. DECEMBER If, 1IJ2
    ll.\Kil.UMs ADMKATl.
    PACE TIIRfF.
    RESERVOIRS MAINTAIN LEVELS
    Periodical Bursts
    At Briltons Hill
    THE heavy i-in. || .it fell spasmodically during
    November, assisted the reservoirs in maintaining their
    levels. Except for a few isolated points, that *>
    receive a constant supply at appropn-u mnin until
    the new* arterial -vrn, functions in the third quarter of
    next year, the Island received satisfactory cover
    Pumping three time* the nor- low Palmer* 'it will eliminate a
    mil volume through j 9" main t" rail deaVtsoi
    ensure supply under pressure 10 r'xploratorv Boring
    the resldenti.il araa on the top of The vary poor i
    Brit torn Hill causes partodkal ,-orei at ih- bottom f the a*
    bursts These should i. ,,t su,.k. mentioned in
    ale out. sfter .ill the weak pipe* 0nuYs icport, has pre
    and joint, have, at a result, bee'i
    eliminated
    Western Supply llaymans
    System
    The thro-.* n.ings employed on
    the new 6" mnln tj.lv.it
    leigh and Ro*e Hill tboth St.
    Peter) should complete Ihr work
    to schedule before the owning
    < nest ana season. 10 the
    benefit of both st Petei and st
    Lucy, The eroasli
    bridge* ami culverts, -nd ih ilnal
    connect mil II R >- HI I
    tome pro) [see circula-
    tion of traffic has i:rlered in Con-
    sequence
    Bolle Flectrte Pumping
    Station
    The anchorage of III I
    - I.int, and the floor and wall
    tiling real
    . | thi 1
    within the Pump Hall has begin'
    As these pipes are all flan.; 4, the
    work has to start from the PMll
    head with great accuracy.
    Bridgetown Arterial Mains
    The sp-ci h Wcrl
    flux Valve together with Its cov-
    ering Sluice Valvelarge unit*.
    which have lately been received,
    are being inserted in th
    which have already be n Laid.
    The IV' main from Spoon
    Hill to the new road fi
    Stephens HU| to Oral lies is com-
    pleted The arnv.il Of lh>
    pipes beyond to the Laj
    must be awaited.
    of the suck fi
    Mb\ ;,s It hj | I
    >o maintain BUBlcient
    surface either horizontal or m -
    MR to feed the pump. dUO
    tuts of the
    coral.
    .
    the normal procedure Of rinkr
    a tiew well, ami tender* have
    publicly been invited for this
    work

    .. *
    i
    existence of a lake at 570- shove
    has been eslabliahcd. but
    a which work has been
    proceeding. Immediately below

    I M i ualit
    I: this proves to be th
    cast, oll'i -weet Vale,
    Idea Ridge, will
    have to bj probed.
    Reieanii
    . univoidable
    Car ill Commission \\ ill
    Sponsor Housing \\ orkahop
    Communists
    Plan Shake-up
    ,,', In E. Germany
    MONTOGO BAY. Jamaica, Dm. 5.
    TIIF. CARIBBEAN COMMISSION i
    !l-hclp housing workahop during llM
    next vaar In Puarto Rleo, at Htttn i
    elusion in the Caribbi
    two aldad aalMialp houatni axpa '" '"'lr "ham a
    mission by the Technical Cooperation Ailminislration.
    Reds Accuse
    I .N. Of Mas*
    Slaughleriiuj,"
    From pa*e L
    i


    'Kins I'ot llkal
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    k,ti, in. ir own r-
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    . Us) HM
    .tight and
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    fl. BO
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    aa he

    d wounded

    BROOKLAX. th w-iM
    -*tfiU COfMlipulkne eilc>
    Dwjtj id ssliq lt> '
    Nth sJultt aod ii.. Ji
    SHIMING fXAMPLt Of
    THEftlCD
    Q, /(an tint >>
    Thcrc'< ahnvj i ;i clean h> gicnic
    fr.1 tunic in every room . here
    ,, smiwI-T-H Paste
    i i.cJ Pots, Pens.
    Sinks, and Magwetfc
    respond qufcuy to fa ireat-
    gaanj ihero not a scrawl.
    >n a mountain of ChcnMco.
    f >M*KM\9*M yUMii\W,WMMWn*t\UW. tf


    Bri'ion>. Bum4m\ Na,
    Gntnir Hall Main
    The 8" pi(H-s and specials
    BEH1 IN I)..
    I,ilrml source. Mid UWI UM "'"" "*
    no Oermjn CommunlsU are pla
    lo ninodil I mnaM
    jfter Uw s..v h ittara la
    ihakcup Mhlch imtin ousl .ill nan-
    roe i passible I
    1
    up -i r.
    ________
    . backanuod io '.......
    -luring ihe tw
    ln
    LegalWJnFor UOC

    Communut Cabinet Ml
    Gerhurl Eulcr a- en.. I
    to pic
    the new main from ..bove Brii- biatv\ loiarraaUon Mlnlstr)
    tons Reservoir. ,''!'/ uW remain en
    JasvGiii H1U. tojaraaaae aa -yar; publicly Indicated by j rail | t
    rived
    nitart the
    race and Ttp R>
    and arrangement.'.
    work are in hand
    The main will not only open
    up a new area for residential ex-
    pansion, but it wi|l relieve Fort
    Grori- Keservoir (40U- above the
    sea) from Supplying Graeme Hall *
    Terrace and Top Rock (50' nbov
    detalle

    For Time
    lining orreeuoi in tup
    government asssneles and will de-
    mote Premn-i ott.. Grolewohl lo
    W.^'ImPie,, 76 whH........ I ]>lr. (^II'V ASKS
    President of the Eas1 German
    ould become the new
    Premier with Orotewohl anil
    the seal to the benefit of thos "' Conimunlst Part) Secret rj
    IMnT..; the higher alt.tudes ol 0>ral WslW, t |
    Christ Church Ridge. OSMl ...\VA.
    Thr ouroas laid lha( nun nan- .,. .>,. >>-
    East Coast Main Coromui
    Similarly tht 8" pipe and spec- the Coalition Government ol the elB|)
    Laal for Hi- luie above the clitt ruling Communist Partv with i,-..^
    tram Parish Hill lo Edge Cl.lt tightut pio-Commun.n groupi
    have been recMyed and woiHii : i;t|
    Mnitetl from the top ol New- Kllmin.iti..o of ihr oofl |
    atai Hill t" ihe easi of Clifton -
    -
    , Knklin.l
    Ihe F
    hen EisonlH>ner
    May See Gen.
    MacArlhur
    'Clumsy Deal9'
    LONDON L>
    nthly ie-
    ti'. ''
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    NK.W V'



    German President was'ln 111 White M
    Hall, The ^"L.^i0*-fl,* the Soviet /
    munlst Party line wl o (l
    complete sateUlxatloo oi the Basl run on thv '
    Qarrinan 9* . i r
    the
    for A .ndlng the CHIT face be-
    low Edg Cliff are on Slti
    placing In position will requ
    partlcul.ii tttantton as on
    rtiiptat
    ,.
    1

    Glenburnle ami Poster Hall, giv-
    ing St Andrew giv-iter security
    nt esntlnue-ni MBP0
    Sealy Hall anil Palmers LONDON, De
    in St John British loelal il lead i
    This-.' miry and" secret policy-making |
    larger honaes lhat have cuunoored wiihoui saying wbethes the tau t10*1
    for supplv for I veiv long lime, between Bcvumtes and liAt- ''ad lo net
    After reconnaissance and discus- wingers it Sully healed, but I -
    sion with ihe authorltlea of the bow Pnrt> SocreUry Morgan
    Parish, it has Ik- n derided to ex- Phillips announced thai
    tend the small main (lhat ler- member party executive M****d
    minales at Barteantl Village) unanimously <>n the nood 'or

    lor hirn.
    ,i Whlti
    PREMIERS WILL MEET
    AFTER CORONATION
    11.
    LONDON, i<
    Pi iBlc
    i at ions
    Secret I^abour
    Meeting Ends

    BtlOal,
    along above Cod^tafton Codec*
    and above Sealy Hall to slop be-
    Unguentine
    Relieves pain of
    new economic policy.
    Mr. pnillip-
    chief* woulrl pubUsh
    poUoj next .vpnng (C.P.)

    ...... nd mile Iri)
    '
    pointed id Ihai Korean
    reported 11
    I
    ed <
    .un and than U
    portani portant'
    innouneed in
    . howevei Bui it
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    U< tin. ...I.iv l>..|..|ulK'r 17. 19.2
    SOU. I itosiox
    HIS 1 Acting Governor
    i by the
    Annua> I i to several sub-
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    time.
    in i n hi at the
    aj
    the aarvJ i apt: of] conui
    land Dis-
    trict Certainly give cause i"i am mus alarm
    That can
    ho obt ton what should be
    i of soil
    for Barbados.
    lea in the Scotland area have been
    ftDd stones of
    UM houses are related
    jn book ftlty anil man
    which have led
    up to the serious Mil n vak nl
    m the Scotland district, there' o i
    doubt thai every action which can be taken
    tocorred them ou 'it tc be taken
    Soil 'i l by human inteiYcn-
    ii one oJ tha
    greatest daatrtwUvi forces; released by man
    and today India, Cl l Japan,
    Minions brought about
    by tha action "( men.
    In the United Stale* under a Soil Con-
    ': R
    substituting, aoil-conaai ring
    I nature where aoll-depleaing cropa
    uly been planted.
    'i'hi.% action and the political Importance
    .I erosion rneasuiei duitni
    franklin Rooeevelt'i presidency had helped
    evil and everyone ha
    v nieved in tha Tennessee
    i i aton is loss of
    ainwatej instead ol being
    i by the aoil runs off carrying soil
    with it and causing sheet erosion. This
    form of erosion. Uv
    due to the cultivation of
    races or other
    oad to prevent
    ill sftei aii
    Qully erosion is the direct consequence
    i and at the same in
    ol the i xietence <( sheet
    eroaioo. When there is no vegetation U ft
    loprevent the Bow oJ water it finds its way
    down in streams which become wider and
    with every downpour. *lin was to
    cure gully erosion therefore letooure sheet
    Unfortunately it \$ much
    c.iUM- soil CrOSion than to one it
    and the cure Is likely to be long and ex-
    There need bv no (ear that Bar-
    1 will oppose measured designed to
    cure soil i the greater ie.ir h. whether
    the island can afford the monev I
    1 the cure. But this ran only Ik- a
    subject for speculation. The third kind of
    erosion Is due to wind alone Alwn.r ol
    ! low fertility Cause the soil
    to become 'his! and the action of the wind
    i beast to be stifled, crops to
    be uprooted and the whole couAtryaida to
    bi overrun.
    Wind erosion fortunately (!<; not appear
    to be present in Barbados, but sheet and
    gully erosion are only too apparent. For
    too long has the Scotland district been
    allowed to slip away and far too little at-
    tention ha i been paid to tha widening
    deepening gullies which year i> year carry
    i soil into tha Atlantic. The delay
    in obtaining a sod conaarvationlat to visit
    to i eostnmend n plan of cam*
    this terrible bcoui
    have bean excusable at the verj bestt
    is obtained, but everyone will echo tha
    Governor's hopes thai ha will conn- vary
    soon.
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    A GALLANT attempt which was made
    in 1910 to preserve ancient monumantt and
    In Barbados regrettably failed.
    One of the few results of the Committee's
    activity was the official recognition of a
    house at the corne? of Chelsea Road as the
    wiu.h George Washington stayed
    during tha few weeks In which he visited
    Barbados in 1751,
    v ter of an excellent article on
    Crofton's ll<>u>' in the Barbados Historical
    and Museum Journal pointed out
    i ih. re is no evidence what
    this house being the house referred
    Qeoi e Wait! ngton's Journal. The
    intentions of the 1010 Commute-; wen
    H.-nt and had the sites and
    buildings of historical interest 1
    them been kept up, Bai bad to lav v :
    have much more to oiler the Vtattofl Who
    rama to these shores every year Bvan
    aftmparlson of the condition of the ancient
    nTonUSj cnts and places listed in ,910 with
    I i condition of those places today shows
    bo.v in i* I c mditions have chained for the
    fcoist At the time then* were still some
    Juts said many guns to remind future gen-,
    ol the historical fad thai unless
    had been .. fortress island"' in
    18th century the island would have
    i ds more than once.
    The Civic Circle, it is true, has done
    i.le work in Barbados and have especial -
    red the Military Cemetery behind
    t. Ann's Fort to Its present well-prc ei ^ d
    condition. But no one who reads the repot:
    .i t!-. I!MU Committee can fail to share the
    fitment of many Barbadians since
    that their recommend not car-
    ried out. Today thanks largely to those
    public-spirited citizens wh
    foresight have given the island a cultural
    ihe Barbados Museum and to the
    research of Barbadians and others, much
    more is known about Barbadian antiquities
    and ancient monuments than wa
    IS 191"
    Bu' alai much laas is being don.
    affvi 'i remains for future generalivi,
    question
    on* mri

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    aardod as a crosa-aevtl'in nl UM
    aatton >" ^ whoir.
    . .\?n rouichl V It
    piri ihej could musun Churchill
    :.erit a meMajre of
    : hist stop lour in
    vtu h he lurin-d on hll
    |t igC. ,inil i <* .
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    M.l ':.. Ilir hull'.
    correspondi
    Si/nm up tin- situation i re-
    ha to U Boss that we ouirht
    10 win by BUshU>
    najorJtr.
    Actualu we woo by an ua-
    i n' .-fd ntalorit) of about ioo
    which w.i
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    the uneaaptogrnwnt In uu funal-
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    on lbs sweat and loan al the
    i ii d u si i i.. i and
    workers And tha *
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    Arty to lbs limit. Wo *..,! that
    A Vote 1.
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    claim that u- role ol hSaa
    Wycombe was s '
    thi
    tha British people I this
    m<-moot If It cl
    Bi) woi i thai i shall i - t It to
    you without bias.
    The truth i thai the- Socmlhu
    Party nf Qroa| BrlBUa ' fln.hiiK
    !'- n m the sama p< It
    were m Britain In
    IB40 when. SlnOB WO WOTC *\
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    While the Tri.dc Utaloas fi>u*ht
    thv day lo l-y iMttle with the
    employers for better pay and
    .oiiOitiuiia the Labour Party
    foufht the battle for pstttteel

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    UOfl. You
    cannol itrl
    can in
    lotiBor ti t you have
    Opportunity
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    .
    i burden
    which Muse's
    forced upon the*
    I went Harold
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    bi llllaal junior
    ' an, .nii.1 ;.
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    (:.'.' fly into a deep
    j ad Lha
    mant did
    .1.- an inch. They woul i cany out
    auras lor defence and

    the Bwan rebelUon, Nwdleia lo
    lha lirm support
    .... lovlns tho
    batUa in I'ailiamem he waa wln-
    i. nt la
    : i ktq what Ihe
    .
    wanting. 1 thai when
    i.-.<: >wn ti^ik place at
    i Part] Confer-
    t'arty and,
    i< Unions (aihcrcd to-
    Bovaa would sweep ihe
    :. his candidaU
    tive. And he did.
    1 went North tu see the fun and
    . aroctk the fournep.
    -in had

    I Uu I'r.idr Unions. Men
    like Arthur Dcakin and Sir Will
    who had risen from the
    ranks t,, Kr*at pov
    I
    tu t tail
    Trade Unionism hV-
    || We now
    Lilly to the
    ' row. arc shouting
    uu he,.d. nlT ., if *,- a. re back
    to the struggle of the 1 B
    Nan \oie
    bill, .li'.hough far
    this new
    note He i dinner at No. 10
    street for a visiting po-
    and nmons his guests
    were foUi Trade Union Leaders,
    Ih'hnifi this wise grstuii' was the
    ' thai in the regime of
    nl Con*ervati\.
    Labour
    trouble than in any similar period
    when the Socialists ware in power.
    i" i today I

    lines the war I have vis-
    1 A, many
    I
    I, When
    liStS were n power I
    nevei railed to irvs tbera credit
    ' they dirt
    sad I beorUly despuwi an* Brit-
    went abroad and
    maUsned hll own (i'.vernment
    -pint .,f
    la thai I now itati
    L Part
    dilemma. In n
    k admit to
    that it quicken. .I the
    i snee of Qreal
    Hv it. ense of responsibility it
    made tha workers Bocept
    di i., ol world defence Yet In
    B .i did great harm
    by propaganda which caused the
    British worker to feel
    that the State owed rn than ho owed to the State.
    The Trade Unions m|| ,,,.,
    .. rill lh>
    as it should be. Tha
    rrade Unions if Brit
    ndenl place in the com-
    : stand bcsldo thi Mou-
    ; liament, the Church
    tha Courts As
    Arthur De^kln said, they owe a
    ibliity to the n.(ti..ii.
    At (>of.s-Roads
    ft may repeat the meta-
    phor, tin' Socialists h ive i< icbed
    >iids and there are nO
    uda Uiem. On the other
    hand, there i* the grim history ol
    European i
    tti.it Si-cuili-m with its ui .
    : :.ved the wa% fur
    N l-ism .hli psa-
    il covered
    with the corpses of Socialist par-
    'he immutable law of
    life that when ens parjs
    th to another th, umtht r
    always dies. Liberalism cave
    Communism and tn- ' 'i' in Britain is only a
    that baui i the turn] 11
    liahll h.ivr sone out.
    And in the emir e ot time Social-
    to the dictatorships
    b lha world to-day. and
    it hat never recovered
    from the ordeal of childbirth
    Can the Socialist Party of
    by a blood trans-
    fusion? Bcvan says 'Yes' and
    offers to five his i.wn rich red
    blood for the purpose, Or can the
    new, respon-
    ll Part) Off! ting tliem-
    .111 slternatlve to the
    Conservatives? if that happened
    Bei ii i'i- WOUld be the only
    thi i I'll. Of the older
    Iai n the Trade Unions
    With their (Inn sense of rcsponsl-
    ths State will be harassed
    tin i sraudinsi raids of the
    a Imfulars.
    Mini unanswered
    Will the Const
    In their turn give birth to some
    new party and die in the process?
    no Madam The c \m P;irtx is |ortun:it. ly
    tei lie and i no rn'gany. Th;>t n
    imnserUliU. 1..
    opposition or in powea the Con
    i a iiomiii.it-
    al influence, for a long.
    loon time. UBS.
    A SOLDIEKS PAY
    (By VAUOBAM WNI S)
    THE pay i
    country cannot be compui.
    money. Thus every coumr
    VAII III KOI S TALK I'lAli:
    U INDON
    Men ivhoaa wartime irplolts
    w.uld tm volunu
    Lendnn this montll to bus sboul
    the defer*
    fare Ol fifteen million 04 the
    World's war veb
    delegates and ob
    :' nbtv of i
    World Veterans' Federation the
    "United N ii
    men'j There are men uch S
    Jan Unstl, .1 Duudunaa
    death" in action made one ui thi

    out of Korea Re a
    in Holland tu \>
    ' 1 He has ,. dis-
    tinguished rnilib oai
    won decorat
    fr gallantry U
    Walch< ran and
    escape to England when I
    Us N

    1
    lowing an eye-*
    hn hod] hai been v. ad bj Uie
    '
    Mis bod
    he was onlj hvunmlruj death.
    Telling
    ruvRed Dutchman des. 1
    Chinese force broke tti
    night on tl
    They swarmed over the Dutch

    dirowii
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    found by remnants of the
    and carried ihrwush a
    running battle I
    1 again taken far dead at
    11 collecting station ;it
    Wonju and had a blanker
    Hli name whs added to
    list and his wife
    ltd) infiirttu-d
    recovered
    fled Die hhinket
    1 tor water.
    ' it 1 Li Tokio. he was able
    to c.ihle in his wife ,nd. several
    iler t loin her,
    Dutchman is Don
    : Holland for the World
    Uon. In Iiuion
    I other men
    \\' !i .-,- [.,
    -lie li'geiulary in their
    own count
    . a countryman of his.
    v in LanschoC "ho helped
    the Dutch undergrouiid
    mnvemeni Arrested tq I h a
    Gestapo, he was tortured fol
    d repeatedly gsji
    1. last continually
    for 100 hours luit lie ilUln't V.lk.
    a Queen
    Then !,. ues Piette.

    He Ii the man who stole the plans
    of the At from the
    1 h a American General Omar
    Bradley when Paris was liberated.
    40 times gone by. the Army's ranks ma
    have been considered a good 1
    adventurers and ne'er-do-wells. Hi
    into beiny the term "brutal and
    soldiery." And it is recorded that
    Duke ol Wellington, on inspecting a batch
    of recruits, remarked that whatever, effect
    they had on the enemy, they
    frightened him
    In England now. opinion is growing ihat
    front-line troops whose daily ex
    a hazard should be paid higher tl
    in rear areas.
    Every regular soldier starts at a
    lings a day and can rise as a private t<
    twelve shillings.
    Average pay of the National Serviceman
    fighting ui Korea's front Una Is around its.
    6d; they rnturi sarva etfhteen months wltli
    the colours before tiny receive the foil ratt s
    Nevertheless army tradesmen,
    mechanics, serving in safe areas pat
    ad tha Unaa 1 bar pay
    than the fighting men on the grounds Ihat
    their jobs are "skilled".
    Yet nothing extrt
    who risks his life.

    The high prices oJ beer and
    England is rapidly increasmi; our taste H
    lemonade, orangeade and other soft drinks.
    Now. according to the trade. BritoiU
    drink about sixty-four hall pint bottles "l
    soft drinks a year- -twict' tha
    they did before the warin comparison
    with an American's one hundred and sixty.
    But brewers hope that dui
    nation people will forget the ihilli
    plan to provide a special C .
    twice the normal strength. The price will *>t
    commensurate in gravity It will coat two
    shillings and sixpence for a nipor enough
    to fill an outsize Wine |
    On sale too, next year, will I
    Vodka, price thirty-five shillings a bottle.
    The Vodka is. at first, likely to be mucl
    sought after as a novelty. Bui tin |
    likely to revert to the ti- .
    French wine, which now COSl t
    and seven shillings a bottle.
    T *
    The present unrest In Bagdad, following
    the expulsion of Anglo-Iranian from .
    is causing the big British oil com]
    step up their efforts to find oil IU|
    more peaceful areas For they (ear thji other
    Arab States, taking their die from Persia,
    may seek lo expropriate foreign oil
    Anglo-Iranian, together with the Royal
    Dutch Shell Company. ,
    Nigeria And Shell Is about to look for oil
    in Kenya.
    Anglo-Iranian is also prospecting In Papua
    Sicily and Canada.

    Explosions such as that recently at Monte
    bello overshadow the work helm; done In
    atomic research for industrial pur]
    This is being carried out solely by the
    British government. For all of Britain's big
    firms, including Imperial Chemii
    Vickers have stated they are too busily
    occupied in immediate export and rearm-
    ament work to help in the industrial devel-
    opment of atomic energy.
    *
    Odd societies and assoeiati' 1
    to flourish in England, provided they do not
    offend the law. 1
    Many add colour to London* life, give the]
    eccentric a safety valve, and
    tolerantly by the autli 1
    Umdon has even its Existensiah |
    Rendezvous, which claims to have
    and members, mostly foreign students.
    In its cellar a novel exhibition is on view.
    It terms itself The First International Hang-
    over Prevention and Cure Exhibition.
    Its organist'i s have gone t< ah
    to collect some thirty hangover cures from
    different parts of tl. world
    There is the old Chun
    a rat ashed during the first 1
    tan remedy of sticking thut.
    pins in the cork of the buttle en .
    night before; the "swaUow'i beak In in>nh"
    of ancient mythology and a numhei
    such nostrums alongside the modern
    draughts Joe the Barman su
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    The army tin. v
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    PAGE FIVE
    Case Struck Out For Want Of Jurisdiction
    B.C. Fireman
    Freed Of
    Larceny
    His Wtaraalp Mr. F A
    Police ftugutrab
    Ught b
    ihf poitc ctari
    Edgar Bla.ktiuti
    man of the St.-. hip pian
    with the ;
    tone Radiogram valued at til)
    from the Steamship Plani t
    Dec. 16
    Mr J. E T Brancker appeared
    on behall f Blackmail while Sgt.
    t W Ki
    of fh( 1'
    After hearing one witness for
    the prosecution, ii
    itruck out the case.
    Cap! Alexandre Robertson of
    HM s s planter told 'he Court
    that the radiogram m brought
    back to the ship :
    To the best of his knowledge, the
    radiogram was among the cargo
    on his ship and he had -
    dJogram :~ tha
    crew's (j
    Blarkman was a
    and a fireman on the ahli
    In ant*
    Roberl.'on said that he could not
    My if P'
    radiogram but n boatman said
    that he (Blackman) had given
    order* for the ndlogram to be
    carried Bshore He couk
    the value of the radii
    I IKS I MM HIS I Mill' IIIIS SI \SO\

    i war* in i ...^-"""^^gaajijjf
    Taa#r" 1
    , - t
    THE MOORE M.COBMAC liner
    hip to call her* tfali teason.
    arrive* in Carli-le Bay tola morning She U the flr>t te"n-t
    Brazil's* Arrival Today
    Opens Tourist Season
    THE 11.123-ton Moore McCormack liner Brazil arrives
    1 H lisle Bay nt daybreak today, opening the 1952-53
    II season. Of the 273 passengers on toard, 13 will
    tlM other 255 will continue the cruise
    ..aster of the Braf.ll Is Captj
    Christinas
    Shoppers
    Crowd Stores
    Seoul Rally AI
    Com her me re
    On r> i l ;.. . iBi
    laJi ....
    I W future
    l Scot!
    Bai
    Mmed the King'* Scou'
    LH taown),
    u |
    a bar that the
    -
    S. i.ut*
    I
    I

    n bit t;
    it Bral I


    I


    Jf^JTSi^SARSM *
    that he did not know the vain
    the radiogram and he could not
    Hv If a rndtotm.tr >' Mint type
    would cost less than 10.
    U S.Xll. who w.v
    Jan
    Lumber. Feed
    (OMMITI..; .n SISSIOV-i
    Ivan King; a labourer of Ken-
    dall Hill. Christ Church. Ml
    ihe next
    sitting at the Court .f Qrand Bae-
    M Brazil wlih the Soulh-
    Of Brazil for UkiEUJ
    pa&aengers to and from that coun-
    aryssw
    - .. \ Ich ar- "
    Captain Sadl. 1 Monde)
    of the inn fternoon fi Halifax under
    Cnri.-.':
    the pavements ..r
    city .. ning buying; v .. ; ,'
    Christmas presents ami cards.
    "l\m ....** llt-l___ IliniOet.f:
    ianna ifrines school rhn, uwu
    Christmas ha Mk wen
    lornulion nl Local
    \ss.n i.in.in:
    10 th. in-
    ,,i Mi, Bl
    i . \
    ll.ii ..i li.ii-
    i .
    .ill parents or

    i Ithln the area.
    iriee of th< '
    -
    i en in ..
    trom tin
    i'
    . \ Wm. Henn
    the Col* i /. Fridge St., White
    Hal) Rd. Bill*
    telling their parents what
    tre> w.irited for Christn... 1.,'.
    In tlie afternoon when

    Y M v A '. || p Rd Cod-
    I aett Hill, Jackson
    lllng in jhe junc-
    i i H ghwa
    day, ihci |oln*d uw ruah ionuika "' ...... .,,,-the-
    n during the short Tl"'" OUth on hi
    lima left baton the si I*"- ",,m '"''' ,~'""
    Clerks snld that "th. i. i . I "-t -'"tin
    Mun< in His Worship Mi i; B raat| in IMS ii lolncd th. M< ..ro the '" '< " ' Hujhwej
    Griffith" Acting Police Magi tainlng ahip Left yesterdaj for Trinidad 'nought It was busy, but t an uth through
    of District "A IM1. I' agents here are Plantations Mondaj many ehUdran end paopla
    stealing a blcvcle valued at 16 The other two Good Neighbour Ltd. yjWj "forgot i Than whM ke*pui|
    17s. 6d. the 'property of Bvron fhlps, the Argentina and the came rushing In to eompleu-ihir I lowing L> Hlghwaj i Balh
    Watthe on D* 14 Urauraaj wlU be ealllnj aiB.r- R,((: shopping. | ].., i\\ Welehe*
    His Worship also committed badoa several time* this seu'on ~ZZ w n e i *. Christmas is Just around the l ututiofl
    Fitz Amey (44) of Rouen ViUagt, Tna ArgenlbW. 0, M nrJ}}'>^ ?n" "fS* ',','!' 1 c"rnCT'' mother said, and n Harrison
    St. Michael after the prelim- ,iu11Jh. ,., oll [ \\\< 'n.,,^"vlS^?,hhm S 'hav'' ^u Trmfalttr Square.
    hearing la the case In which b .________________ . harl loth-
    assumed dutiei as master of UM
    Joined the Her- Sftei inloadliui its
    charged with WOundlJ
    Sobers, an island rnnitahla, ended
    Schools Itiin Own
    Statloueriea
    I toondaiy schools now
    .. re. L'ndtr Captain F. B.
    Amcriran f'onsul llasscll. she Is consigned to the
    ycstoidav suciatlon.
    ' Th. pfoKcuUon .Ui m thai Ij*" hip-
    the omencc comiri lied " < ?"'n' ,"' '"""'' Urcwood and
    Oct 25. paiu. '" "h-**llll
    KTOr AT MAi'lK RtAlls gers Inc] B Mra. H i! v-... ,,,,, ^, u
    "~^I------------ ". " r >' A F-
    Stopatmalor...
    are placed on th. i .,,. , ,..,-.rlv housrs ,
    S'SSSi,1
    Ui- tor n..t noppii I- .-;. .
    roador,Aur.J8 Th. M< r ac'oinro'oSai. .
    be pjlc in one month or one _n.. uio. fumilioe when fomnlolod
    0l lrv IWk "5ggJ
    The motor yacht Mrsalie m>w on dry-dock, This yacht ar- men employed on them.
    .1 .
    bag h .,.-.
    owner H who waa AirlllH' tftfllCUUS
    Taitt w.i
    manded arid dll
    fusing to pronu
    licence to IT I
    Traffic Branch ll- |
    to this charge but not guilt;
    i by his wife and son. .
    ^' Mn! In I riiiidaul
    ..ml ha" ^n ngth of 100 *
    al 18fl ft she
    Twenty-eight-ye.-ir-r.ld bug drlv- u,.1,.h, M ,,ms and draws eight
    not stopping at a
    FINED !/-
    Pi irm Hanry si
    eral funcl i
    of tna Ha 'I .:..! ind
    .;.. n
    i with the least pa nble in
    in i |i endenci
    r the Qi up i<
    !.. ..i Bo
    ..
    I Si..Ill .
    ' and ** ard Ii
    i
    i ii , appolntnianl ol
    i
    In r proper ti

    * their ml ol ill b idjai
    i manl
    i-u-iii lancy badge

    innol
    eus" that he could nut gel the moal Important <-""'i"- " -''
    ! til pi
    \o fleas,
    no tapeworms*
    The Hca io an intermediate host ot the tape-worm, and
    (o cnurc freedom from this troublesome internal parasite,
    \our dog must be kepi pet lice.
    Kill verminou*. parasite-, such as fleas, lice and ticks with
    Lorcxflnc' Dusting Powder (containing gamma BHO.j.
    'Lorcxane* is a safe, pleasantK perfumed powder which will
    quickly kill all common skin pests. The ctfcv. gf a single
    dusting lasts fot some two weeks.
    Lo
    I N
    rexane
    m STING POWDEB
    HANDY CONTAINERS
    A ptivlu.t nt Imperial ( hemi.ul ,Phaniiturt.ili
    I united
    t td aawi .-is.-. f-wJiWi. bah
    A S linden 4 Son* llarbnJo*' Lid., Agents
    OVEN FRESH
    SERVICE
    We lake l/iii opportunity
    our many Customers and
    to
    sh
    Friends
    31 Crispy Gh ristmas.
    //// />/ /mux HisaiT ra int.
    Combenncn waa one of the flral
    schools which gtarted Importing
    its own bnoka, ihi
    l
    s 'ml children and tea^tie's
    I
    ntrally by 'ha Mai
    Grenadian Dies
    er Vernon Carmlchael rswtof water
    14 daya or one month's iM>;.ri-(,n- W. A. Mullei
    men: for Ignorll x
    made by a Pollei l T llarbados Jan.
    Sept. 24. 25. 1953 "'., Mi Vim-h I
    Carmich:.-! wa sign llad to gpect ,. ~,.,-.. -t. ;
    atop his bu I Col. polmcal, cultural and
    '' i ., I igioui Ufa of n,. ommunit)
    aa, Trans-Canada Airlines, "
    iFtdhi Our on*it Cormpordanti
    PORT-OF-8F I
    I II
    lionats Ai In the
    '
    turn I A lion A
    lit at Queen's
    i
    for sales u^>
    PARENTS MI ST
    tiO-OI'KUVTfc
    Will! TEAQIEffS
    In Touch With Barbados
    Coaal Station
    GRENADA, Dae
    it.
    of
    Instead of dotnj ..f Polii
    Carmlchael Mid i"' could
    ;0o,oocaus~h;;.' :^-^""'"i!" ^
    hl> paaacngers "a terri)
    ' !
    I
    St. Augu

    :
    Log ti.

    i.
    in c
    - i.

    i
    .. Aim Patol
    - -. in.i
    .. .. Hi..
    Affairs In k*ii\a
    (.!. b Bai turn Association Agen< Ii i in Whil, navai
    the chairman Board whKh wip in the LegUlature ovei n I dav '
    Mr. W. A. Crawford Hi >. n- Col MnH WBO ti ! i" '" hi **<- recommendations to New h.- t..k prominent part '
    -l -.^ artfiiv ti Trinidad.
    '...It.
    day gave notice of an Address ID Trinidad
    the House of Assemble
    ,hThcaHous, New J'cu ttanuna Contract Likely
    foundly 'iisini i
    the repressive measures whlt'.i are (Pm-i ,, ., An om,.,ai 0f the F.-kI Mit.isiiy ;h(lA
    xhlbition
    acted -ui
    ii wort
    i
    i uan '. ''"* ; Cotifaragusa n Starting early a n
    ill be considered clerk, be eventually nuinaged
    F mil An Transpoi- o-.mi
    ban i
    d io New ha toe* preenlnrni part m !,cho"1 day' ,h\l "
    Municipal affair, ol v
    a mender of th Bt. < !
    i had lo ! '
    lng and executive man h. ., M |,.._
    Qrenad i WeTking-m< .. .
    j
    , ,. irnw '* '" it wiiii-i - -"^* .......* wow and invkfOI .,i m such
    being taken by ntol iDutf, Dm L6 avenins ZTSmTata cS
    Kenya agalnal eetiona ,,f the subjtrt to U appwaJ erf u autaa that thd JSSS i
    native popular,.. .ve Jamaicail Government and mar- delegation which has been .In- He wf i ;. ''
    not been proved to be in any w:y kl.UfH. companiea, the sale of cussing these matters for the past formation of the formal Bovs in
    associated wilii the all .vill pass out of |WO WOakl Will rc-ommend Gov- Brigade .....1 the first :'
    rorists activities m (He colony and the cmtrol of the Fowl Mmislrv ernment lo ;.< I COn- augurate the Boy Scout Move-
    respectively request th.it > ii3. The present con- tract. Delegate 1MV0 for Jamaica manl whila foi
    cellency will convey to Her tract will b< lead'ng tlgur. rtln
    Majesty's PrlnclpaJ Fyff. ,'id the if the agreement is signed Grenada Ulerary league
    SUte for I hi j | Die Jamaica
    quiet over the existing -tatc of ited cxtcnd'ng until the end of Banana Producers will provide ^J^J, ,nd '
    ffiaV^if
    Chmmk;
    6U (dt.aclwi Jo to PaucA
    XIHIAHIl III KM I ||fa d'erfumr A I'nwderi
    I'llMIS 0O1 SITS
    i I BBONf ffOHJ I BOAT >S Cake* In BOS]
    111 H\UKV ROH SUM' (J Oattag in Box)
    111 RAKRV TALC IN ROTH. (Aaaorted Seenlal
    OH IH I'AKlS II Kit Ml [MM Towert
    <;OVA OOiOONR A riKIIMI. In Xmn Tree I'ack
    KNIGHTS LTD.

    affaiM
    : ".i
    < Htary lUppina).
    The progi an
    ntnl
    i
    LI

    of Ihe morning"
    He was always
    TIRED
    1 and
    M&n ( ILL
    gf^ta Vlin|
    <.,
    Thn ff*
    KRUSCHEN
    bro.ight a happy change
    AftTouiT.r.---" ..... ...'
    comr-'alr.'
    t11 us l
    about a "eompl I
    tton'andqjKk'.v gava '
    the Joy of living
    Up to a monta *- . I had
    BLlfT'T"! .
    diaonler. imatlam.
    nJ I general', i.-li i "
    1 ws- <
    many ram
    urn t ge,M Kr leehen
    trla'. In foor weeks Ki
    ha* <->
    tra'i": m
    It is good to be
    The kldnev* are th-
    tin- f. inia1-
    ... .
    blood strran; and ihe aeed or
    half a-doian oomm 'n allmenta la
    own.
    TV arte


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    tOMavtn HI*
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    @/>" iff**
    **>

    ^^s
    UKEWMUCmCc.PIUOWS
    LOVELY
    LINQERIE
    Q1FTS
    ,\rl Silk Slips
    1.43 In S3.SI
    Art Silk Hull Slips
    im i" KM
    Nyl.ui Hall Slips SIM
    Arl Silk Pontirs
    K3r. to lid
    Nslon r.iiu. .
    S2 2!) lo $4.1(2
    3 Ja ol K WOJAKUVOL *ij|
    } 111- Thl-
    ismj
    gvaarysHOfl
    \ '' '" 'IWMHAllI
    - S_f a.v*rr*aiy
    -r ooouauxaa
    t^ri"
    H. JASON JONES & CO LTD.-Distributors
    CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd.
    10, II, 12 & 13, Broad Sired

    f**0*
    a J a^ %v*
    'n* Nylon HoM in 42. SI and M
    ^aV U'lii^*' with dark outlined
    %i HmIIi dark Arrosss. rr dark
    Hii'K from tUH lo S3.2S pair
    I'm.. Silk Hose al .... I2.17
    Nslun I.are Me,h
    $2.15 lo S2.3
    Art Silk NiithliM
    $3.95 lo $4.N
    HARRISONS
    .Nylon N.Rlitie*
    Dial 2352.
    $11.34 lo $18.00


    PAGE SIX
    l: Mill MM is AflVlRATr
    WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER It, lU
    House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates
    Govt. Criticised On
    $10,000 Resolution
    For Repatriation
    The Ho -. 1 Asaemly tut night paascd Resolution
    fur 1166.6; iippiflOWnl 'fie Estimates unden
    heads The Resolution was originally for 3176,ti22. but an
    amount of SlU.UiX) which was intended to meet the cost of
    reMtriating 19 ur 20 Barbadian women who went to the
    United Kingdom in 1W9 to work as hospital domestics was
    deduct.")
    (taiiaiiwiii defeat Ui
    ,rKu-i iMB) v..!".- altei soring- erltli mi- Crown Agent* and ui'
    .! criurum i*d oil by Mr. F-. D. particular year ended OT
    bo
    ordering ueing tilled and it ai .1
    and would have
    . 1 lor. It would seem that
    no provision had been mi* be-
    1 ,u. iih'j did not wish lo put
    DMftiai in in* tSWM
    it wuuid ***m man u
    tnc ntnount wa- put |a I
    mated.
    No Irregularities
    Mr. L. K. Wastes* (ft) said that
    _ when the new system of dealing
    LLjnnuns. De^tr Uds of tasi with the Estimates wa* intro-
    .iouse, aud Mi M. B. Cox. the ouced they were told that the
    utj.^r nircutive Committee mem- mat advantage would, be th
    uer |ifilial 1 -%oui of with a Financial Secretary
    the motion by Mr. E J. Motile;
    .Mutuwy, and I

    ...c tsuv. Baal 11 wai
    oua" lor Government *
    lepauiating Barbadian
    asMB 11
    . .
    . ,n .iiuiH-
    ..1.1a.
    All tne Government Party
    . with II* OPOOM-
    uuti in out vouni
    oj ii2. Voting for lha reten-
    ..o.i ui the llatn aere Dr. H. O
    In The House \vstfnluy
    *(l u. make
    a* ItoM I
    Royal
    Tlw
    Tt>
    ,
    Ml



    .c.aVn-.U tl.-'rto ai*


    id in* an '
    10.
    Vtr 11-
    (ar H*"' '" '
    *,.
    > ilnt-l inMsiU-
    Ho
    M*M.
    would not occur. Ai
    I he laughed as he fore
    w that the method would not be
    a euro A* a matter of fact, never
    lOCy Of Barbados had so
    many supplementary estimates
    < 1 brought for so many things
    ford and ,,, hjl(( btfn nvcrlookcd. One
    would have thought It difficult to
    such an item being
    Its dt 11 w. -It I*
    . awct. .i (..nder. Mr.
    v E. ft, 1 is, Mr. E W. Bar-
    Mr. St.A.
    i-ouier. kit F I, MJUer. Mr.
    J. C. T. Braiicxer. Mr J. C. Mott-
    tty. Mr. W A
    vir O. X. Allder.
    Defeate on the Resolution lasted ,uch an il#ni ,,
    "J hr^^l^V.^,:lairSr brought down thrcr month* beta
    rns. rfHirrm'Ht wore severer ....._( r,.,, ,... ,1,,.. (
    MSteu for "acceding to the de-
    ,.iiw| of the various heads ot
    The various items for which the
    n ty 0 voted areUpkeep of
    .rdem and incidentals undei principal
    xt EMiri
    om e down.
    Honourable member*
    ted the Oovernnn
    allsflcd wll
    hile t h .
    who re-
    nt party
    h 1 hen
    country
    head Qovi-rnoi -*4J0, Stallone <- '
    ,iI(j lr, in colonia' rctused to dlsmisi
    S.vra*ary. $1,800. Oftlce Equii i
    r.iituruU: i $4*0. Travel- wondered whether tho-* memben
    lniR FTOrn'Cs under fire lirigad-M i ittsAed through ignoranes
    SSAO, $500 fui the rlegi 0 f, Pollre 1 nenu $(>U0. Mental lloopital 3 Mr O T. Allder
  • siu.tOQ. Stationery for the Mat<
    nJty Hospital. <100. Motor Trans-* again they ge
    for th<- B.irlwi<1os Itegimeni ]..
    Public Works !>p.>rtmuni ,r.(| prices
    "inanepur ftarrtci ..... ,, |BJ ..
    Labooi i)epartment $50.- i, M.i whethei Crown \ ant
    Mpartii'.etil ..( Uighua>< and ujf
    rranaport ,:i%.0O0. Walerw.^k ..,...,!...!
    Post Ofnet. and Legal Depar^ tl ,,.,. (|lll(kK in..r. QoVi
    mantj ** meiit got theirs, and ha baNavsd
    Alter the He.wlutlon had been Ih 1(lok(M, Bround ,.
    ;... .oil the H.u*e passedla furthei ...
    Supplementary Resolution for ,h nrt1-le- much cheaper
    S4.?00 for new electrical installs- T.i,,_ , ,._.
    tlons at Government House. Taking Awa> IttiMne-
    On behalf of the House. Dr.
    Cummin-; extended the season's
    g -retlnr lo His Honour thr "
    Sp.-aker seconded by Mr. MotUey ;' '" V1"'"1 ,w.f? "" '
    and after Hla Honour had repUad ("111' " M loM tbaa
    the House adjourntd until Tues- language that it was felt ihey wars
    day January 0, at 9 p.m. OVaretoarglni
    The amoant to be voted unaer gat no batter conaldaratksn
    Colonial Secrotarv for stationery He would raadUy Ripi
    i 91.500. Thr note i Ukf Kclo- remarks made by the two |
    lution concerning this nem stated speakers because In atnai
    that on ncronnt of delays in the ar- ha
    rival ol stationery from the Crown felt.
    Agents dmli.i! the lasl two years. Under l*al PepaiUwai
    it was necessary to meet atcount* wa.* voted i<> H Pptai
    .imountim; \<> $1 177 In respect of amount for |URN
    U I9S1-M from the cur- al Grand &> anon s. i aklni un-
    u nt >s-ar'fc p'oviaton. it has also dar this head Mr. .i v. T Branch*
    b^'en neceB'.firy to purchase con- ef said thai the auioun'
    sidarable amounts of duplicating b i n wrai cojnptatatj Inada-
    pnper locally in order to re-pro- quata Ti- allowance a u \t i
    duca several long raporai etc. more Uian W yeara age md H
    Stationery or Jerad during tta our- iboul lame M be revised
    rent year i now being received Speaking mi th.- vote i"i lha
    and aupn'a iv.enury pp.vision will Police Department, Hi J I T,
    be renua.i lo meet outstanding Rraackai (LI allagad thai the
    commitments. Police bfliM ted by
    Mr. .. E. S. lewta L1 said rflVuUs fot playing Dole, and
    1 -' it aeemod that IRtle or no urged Goveinntent to fatal Ugafjl
    '.'ice was taken of the criticisms th matter.
    m-He In the House In connection Mr. W. A. Craif-nt if
    "h reinserting items in the l teed the high eost of fodder for
    the honieK. and lid Uu
    for feeding the M
    pqual to the <*o-"
    them^el.
    He asked whether t*
    could afftn I to
    '
    a year nwri.
    monlal occasions i
    DUulaV three 01
    year.
    Astounding
    Mr O. T. \llder it]
    how u.embeis of
    eoujd allow the roSl ol
    24 huraes to go UP year afu.-r
    yvwr in a day when ti I
    tion was motorised. and said lha.
    the coal of ki- .
    was "astounding" for a small
    toloay like Barbado-.
    He fall thai the numbe of
    iKillce horaes eooid be red
    N pt i ant. in
    the burden of the han
    taxpayers whoae
    mg used to purchav- wagons foi
    that Department
    '..ret. the fact th-t 24
    horses could cost so much, and
    said the motoi
    tad to replace the horse* for
    ceremonial purposes. H-
    the Department eonceno-l i.f
    fig the taxpayer*' money.
    -.1 spend-
    Ing mosasj on aacfa unnecessary
    would
    toiu'intrali tneii energn
    productive schemes under the
    Five Year Plan.
    Mr. A. E. 8. Lewis (L) admitted
    that the Police Force would Deed
    a Mounted Branch, and said he
    waa not in a position to say
    whether the 24 horses now kept
    by the department were adequate
    or whether ihev were too many,
    Inronsish n, v

    a nen in* horses are u**o.
    but wondered at the inconsistency
    bMbbbbT of feeaing use
    Kocbcv He recalled that ui .he
    Annual Estimates, separate pro-
    v at ion was made foe forage and
    Iu. and said that on one occa-
    sion, the vote for forage was re-
    duced. Later, they had to increase
    ;>ecauae the horse* were
    found to be underfed.
    thc> wre being asked to approve
    .. s i i--..,r.'... vet) ;..i tesMei
    Mr. g_ K. WalseU (E) said that
    if It was true that the police
    horses were being used for the
    plas.ne of polo, then Qe*
    waa -Liffermg from a "very serious
    dlea i-"
    H >lled the PM Sy-lem in
    ftarbadaa a luxury, but added. "If
    Barbados can afford to have It.
    then n should be os-d.'
    Like Mr- Braneker, he |ioinlea '
    nut the danger in using horses for I
    11 instj
    spendlriK money on horses for
    to use for polo, and 990
    System which wa> .i mere luxury,
    the Police Dei'..
    eonrentratc their efforts ol the
    establr-hment ol "VaW
    wl k'i a. uld be trained In detect- '
    inc and bringing to jusltce those 1
    00 have introduced into]
    ay an abominable crime]
    which Is reputed to be spreading
    Thr"ighout the uland.
    The people of Barb .
    h":nc itoiverted." 'by paopsl
    rome here, and whose n
    i unwholesome" Mr. W teotl
    aid
    I il itl.l'l i |iiiill.
    Snii/gglt r Pla0d
    I Cm i fati on San I
    PORT-OF-SPAIN. Dec 16.
    A Malayan seaman named Tom
    Kok Leung waa this morning nnd
    $400 for having three pounds
    of raw opsuan in his poucsjion by
    Mr. Garvin Scu't, City Mafclstrate
    This is believed to be the largest
    amount of ofh.ni ever found or v
    single person In Trinidad.
    The Prosecutor asked the Mag-
    istrate to Impose the maximum fine
    of $1,200. Leong said through at
    interpreter that he brought the
    opium as medicine for a sick
    istoms authorities elajn
    they are experiencing difficulty in
    locating the source of opiurr
    smoked here.
    Dodds
    KIDNEY PILLS
    BACKACHE
    HfADACUl
    aMiNsanw
    MMSTBIlihC
    nnimiu*
    laeuu sums
    40
    3A
    "Yes Men
    ii.- ashattad the Oovfrnggattl
    upportare as "Yes Men", and said
    that because of the strength of
    the Government Parly. Govern-
    tnaot paid no heed to the criticisms
    and suggestion* made on the floor
    of the House.
    Replying lo the criticisms. Dr.
    Cummins explained that no ofr.cer
    could have foreseen the increases
    in the cost of animal feed, and
    0) On Page 7.
    i
    Until Dec. 24th
    REMEMBER
    FREE QIFTS
    Spend $10.00 Cash or more
    on any day and get a piece
    of Phoenix Ware free.
    The bigger the purchase the
    Better the Gift.
    LOUIS L. BAYLEY
    oi
    ... .Ui... Line.
    Dorit tnhe chances
    witli your Sleep
    IT U Imeortanl that you should enjoy narueaJ, refreahlag sl*p
    * every tdgbl. Your *nernv and tour.. (Uriely depaod upon ft.
    So bo luided bv the experience of countUsa thousands who make
    dcUcioua Ovalllne their regular night-cap.
    Taken at bedtime. 'Ovaltlne' provides special properties derteed
    feosn Nature's beat foods. These help to soothe nerves and body.
    aa*Ut you to retax. and arc conducive to sleep of the beat kind.
    After natural, restorative sleep you awake la (he morning with body
    and mind refreshed and energy renewed for the work of (he day.
    Remember . 'Ovaltine' diSers from o(ber food beverage* an
    Its nutritive properties and scientific compoaUion. Thai I* why
    'Ovalttna' reiults are obtained only wi(h 'Ovalllne'.
    Ttthe
    0^4aLTirVE
    The HorM* Best Nightcap
    SaU M oirHf hi lUu fc. -II ('Maw amd Saanti.
    MftffJH Nesa thai UW brga sin' OvahtsaV da ossitthw svncei.
    (IHI.1IM IIMIIIS
    i proparUSB of 'Ovaltmt', and
    ThS east Uw you order Ovalt iac' monnhrr lo UKhiSa
    apacfcrlol'Oahiiw' aiaruiiiaavrU. You will mW
    ilieir Jc..-ai( anJ dximcuitbrd flavour.
    \x\ii'4
    CARIB FOR HEALTH dt STRENGTH
    CAKIB FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK
    AND OF COURSE
    CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS


    1M>H\V DEI I MBKR 17. 19.-.2
    BARBADOS AllViX Ml
    PACI -IMS
    House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates
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    He further ; lor
    d ii"'


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    Reports (>n Expenditure
    Ml.
    \v, officer*
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    i
    f.r GfVCTiimcr.t ulflViaK Ti y
    i provision
    head new of 1 Mtion ii
    thev wore koLu* la
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    Governmenl


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    On P.O. IK Issue
    / .>'. SI a ml firm
    4, I i*mi iktir I.
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    . En Lai.

    Skilfully hlen.1,,1
    piili- ally ,/!; I
    '
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    jp.-ii tho> would have deellN with ui
    I ant. He noticed that nubile and
    I
    they were no re seen all ow
    did Dot foal What *m "
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    Department "
    JSJ end an increase had been I '
    vote lo





    * a* much about l

    table to adi s
    Actually theata]

    :
    the time.
    A. 1, s. Lewie i ""' >'' ,tu ir ,'1V ^ ., , ., ,_ i.ru
    ....... , In this Island In th
    v Utinccossar.lv
    \ i 112,000 ws
    g Mr M i Oaa i i
    v \ pay- i !
    irtleular heart '.f ii*<
    in tin- Government Service. was Incompetenl when
    nt thiit the am had to send for tuppl<
    ake ud his

    Pd that thr
    Ad by $100.
    a, T. Adder ll) na They should i
    lOC. | M.iil'T.i! wh
    t Crsod Corollan
    rla (L)
    ;
    I
    ''.I.-
    41 Upkeep of bi- iMi. thai Government
    irtng the dom gave the full amount
    not be enough. The nUJht aak for G
    hoped thai Btw- thh in .in effuit to kc p d
    | ........ v... ......
    >

    Ike horses.
    T. AlMe* l> bb I that several sen.or offlcers have been
    -
    .single hoi I *
    ..
    1.000 and now


    I make the
    . T. Br.iiirl.rr I
    af represented
    Immaterial ,hc
    (loth of to him whrii i r Or not t
    .
    ' I '.....
    - : t say tii.it In miny
    i .'.. in"itlil'
    .:
    : far

    md he
    (F) RIGHTS o, MAN-
    of them
    Trouble with hop] i
    the grMt variety at
    KOIII IMS
    STATIONERY
    J/[ Queen ./linoiuj Cars!
    INSIST ON
    THE SAFEST
    TIRES BUILT
    e KOVrlH TV
    ar with those
    den values
    iati.il to
    anirahli-
    tfin. ..."
    SmiMith Kitl 11114
    Immaculate Interior
    I.iixiiriouK Comfort
    Ktonomiral
    .1! these are points worth nottaf when loiixidcrini;
    ur Ii.i-in:: a car above avengi ll ',r 'hat wi
    m- von far into the future ....
    Trover

    maun
    E NEW
    Compact' Built for hard labour
    _e atliwrv or Towing Wagon, Mobile PoWOt Plant
    EDMAN & TAYLOR'S GARAGE LTD.|

    %el*e CHAMPIONS
    Charles >1<-Encarncv & Co.. I.hl.
    I'honK ll!i:i.
    Thousands of motorist* hove used Esso Extra Motor Oil
    for years, and thousonds of new owners are finding it the
    best oil for their cars. Esso Extra Motor Oil is a premium grade
    heavy duty oil containing a special inhibitor specifically for
    CO"C*ion prevention, and an entirely new detcrqent which keeps
    yotir engine clean and in perfect running condition. Esso Extro
    Motor Oil is sold by practically every garage ond service station
    in II.irh.nl'.
    IT PAYS TO SAY
    FOR ALL PLTROLri/M PROhtTT*.
    ESSO STANDARD OIL
    <
    R M. JONES & CO. LTD.-Agents.


    PACK BIX
    BARBADOS AIlVOCATF.
    WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER U. ISM
    House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates
    Govt. Criticised On
    $10,000 Resolution
    For Repatriation
    Thi- Hou M Aaacntb y insi niiiht passed ;i RcaoluttOfi
    for Slbb'l'J lu -uppltmtnt the Estimates undtl AttMD
    h*a*K Uon WM uniiinaily for $176,622. but an
    amount raatriatinf 19 ^r 20 Barbadian women who wtnt to the
    United Kingdom in 1949 to work as hospital domestics was
    Mttcti
    tn
    II
    Wf Cn
    Agent*
    -I..1.-..-1 item v.une altei .....
    t CfWCiaan .,--1 on h, Mr B. 1>. particular year ended without the
    ..... up b> ordering i*inf filled and it w-s ..
    .... ......
    Jia tao.<-. UUI II ara uwalllH and would Diva
    uui Sn l to nay ihe to m- i>aidi lor. It would seem thai
    iJl of repatriating Barbadian Q0 provision had been made U-
    -. i.fin Um Mo.ner culm.-. nM mey did not with to put
    ..a ti.
    . tcnaaa in in* as
    iiruni- It would
    DM amount Wtf put |fl '
    1 *** matee.
    No Irregularities
    Mr. L. K. V.i*u ikt laid inat
    whin trie new system ol dealing
    tin the Estimates was inlro-
    lold that the

    ..l.U.
    All the Governa
    ...u.xii tanvd with ti.o opoon-
    uot> to out voting ihc GovarruAant
    b> l* 2 Vet th* reten-
    ..ou ol the Item a-re Dr. H. O
    i ir.nuns. Daputj l> .dcr ol the
    .loi^e, a;id .\u .1 E. Cox. the Uuced. they
    oti ar BCMUtiva Cum-iuttac mam' an'-' advantage would be
    bcr present. VotWi n fa*OVJ "' with a Financial Secretary iuc"
    the motion Ly Mi. L -J. MolUey u *
    for Its belew 1- A. ihi
    . .mm*, ha ponder, Mr.
    - E. S. ; *.'. Mr. E W. Bar-
    .-.)*, Mr c F Talma. Mr, St.A.
    Holder, Mi V Millar. Mr.
    J. E.T. Braachar Mr J c. Mott-
    fey, Mr V. A Crawford and
    mi O. X. Allder.
    DeKitr- on the Resolution lasted
    EOT hour*, and on many of th'
    *-m*. Government were aeverel:
    Hokeo for "seceding to the de-
    ...uds of -h,
    ix pa rtmei.tr
    Tlie Mwlous Items for which the
    money n voted war Upkeep of
    .rdem and incidental* undei
    head Qovtrnoi -$410, Stationery
    i.r.a md i cokmia'
    nuitaij. $1800. Office Equip- ginger up their civil servants. Ota.
    meat undei i $450, Travel- wondered whclhei lh< t member*
    liR Exwn-f, under Fire Brigad*ll ere
    ajoft $500 foi the HegiMraUoifl r through a wtal
    <> t Police S4200, Medical TV-aJ > ii servanll
    tenta $600, Mental Hospital- Mr. O t. AiMcr lit
    vi*w of the fact th
    In The Home Yetfardap


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    IN IMffi u.
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    hit 4.lni> 1" Worn,
    > HIU-
    '

    !*!> I Inconsistem \

    I nun tne horaaa are uau,
    ii a .v aadaMr of feeaing um
    hone- He recalled U>-
    K-iJfnjtei. separate pro-
    anon waa made for forage dnd
    Ta'ii:ieft*4i Opiun:
    SmuggI* r l*'in.a*d
    PORT-OE-SPAIN. Dee. 16.
    A Malayan teaman named Tom
    feed, and said thai on one qsjb. J*0* ^"^ w u mornlni flned
    vol. for for-ae waa re- ***> lo> havUl ""^ P0""**'
    iiuc<-d. Later, they had to increaae Sj. r*-j
    i.U- Uexauar 'tie horv were
    Thif
    plUCT ii. hi* po-.-
    vin Seo't. City Magistrate
    m In believed to be the larSJBst
    lound to be iMidartod. and now ani01|n, o| ,,.m ev?r ,ounu or .
    Ihe> wr, being asked to approve ,, Je ^.on m Trlmdad
    a Suppksanantary vote for fodder.
    Mr. E. *. WaWi (El said that The Prosecutor aked the Mjg-
    if it was true that the po>ire xtrale to impose the maximum fine
    horves were beins used for in? of $1,200 Leong ld '.hrcugh ar
    pla>.ne of polo, then Government interpreter that he brougnt the
    Was suffering from a "very *eri hh opium as medicine for a sick
    friend. Customs authorities clajn
    II -lied the B9D Sy-tem m they are experiencing difficulty la
    Barbados a luxury, hut added. If localina the source ol opiurr
    Barbados can afford in have it. smoked here.
    then ii should b.- I ______________.__________________
    would not occur. Ai
    |u lime he laughed a* he fore-
    .w that the method would not be
    cure As a matter of fact. DSTVS1
    .11 '. Barbados had so
    uny supplementary estimates
    liH-ii brought for so many things
    hut had been overlooked. DM
    rould have thought It difncnlt to
    uglna *uch an Item being
    bruUKht down three m<" 9
    US* next aaWmafa
    mme down.
    H'>noural>le meml>cr who re-
    I the Clovernment parly
    might *^lt *atl*(le.l with then
    while t h r country
    ulTii.il because thou* members
    ii tome office
    tag bcaraga, rod said thai thg
    for feedin.
    -qual to 'he '
    Ihemse!
    Hi aakad
    could affoni |o k)
    Police branch a>
    a year mi<
    monial occftiion-
    Display* thrat
    year.
    .Ailoiindin;;
    Prani ker. he polntad
    out the danger in using horsaa for
    polo, and said that ll
    pending mon*j on hoi
    ...
    System which wj- g snaaa luxury,
    the PoUea D*p.il'm*'.
    ronrentrate their i r7
    the burden of praaaad establhmenl of a "Vice Squad'
    - trtdeh would be trained in detect-
    ing used to purchase wagons :oi *ng and bringing to justice tho*e
    that Department. I* w'ho have introduced into
    ihe 'olony an abominable crime
    He deploreo the fact thM 24 which Is reputed to be spreading
    .(old com so much, and thrnisfhoul lbs Island
    said the motoi cycles could be "The people of Barbados are
    used to replace the horses for bing perverted." bv ceoph- who
    'I Dodds ^
    KIDNEY PILLS *'
    3/-
    the Department eonaafl
    taoanaarlni the taxpayers' money-
    Mi hopi ol tpaisd*
    such utuieie<-iry
    liabilities. Government would
    concentrate their energies on more
    prodUCUva *clieme> undei the
    Five Year Plan.
    said
    unwholesome". Mr. W..Icot'
    "Yes Men
    Mr a i. Miner i) i., ;';*..[n.?:r s
    Imw uemberi of tm
    could allow the fJOSt of feed
    24 horses to go up year af
    year in u day ".'hen b I
    boa ^u- (oI U......ii 'l keeping the horses tnal the Police Force would need of the House.
    Mounted Branch, and said ho Replying to the criticism
    was "astounding" for
    small
    Hi- lab) -vernment
    that because of the strength of
    niroenl party. Govern-
    ment paid no heed to the a ItlotaaM
    the floor
    Dr.
    910,500. Stationery for ihe Mater- in v
    nit* IIospH"! $100, Motoi Tran
    port for the Burltadns Regunent
    $500. Public Works papartiaanl
    >6 27f, Mi^ivllanepu. Services
    s:'250 labour I)epartnient $50.-
    060. banartmeni of Highways and
    I'r.inaport SSfi.OOO Wntcrwurk
    Si 1,04)0. and th* remainder under
    Post Off)'
    man it.
    After the It'-olutlon had been
    pitted the House passed n further
    Supplementary Resolution for
    $4,200 for new electrical installa-
    tions at Government House,
    On Itchalf of the House. Dr.
    Cummins extended the season's
    li-etliigi to His Honour Uw-
    Speaker seconded by Mr. Mottle?
    I., th"
    i ;n'eminent and pi ICSf
    .i ... : i
    iMfhtfl Crown >
    xHild ii"* ba dona away aitB. lh
    .......M lii-.i
    ...... could aal than suppUai
    and Legal Depati- llt, l(lori, quickly lh-n (...mi
    ment gol thatrs and tie beticve
    i tbas lookad around and .ii'-'i
    Used for contractors, in.
    gei their articles much cheaper.
    Tnkinu Am;i\ lltisinev
    a
    unk tha ...
    ith taking aw
    MlM$ lik<- Bartatdos. was not In a position to My Cummins explained that no ofheer
    Ha felt tli.,: ol whether the 24 horses now kept could have foreseen the increases
    police horses could be reduced by by the department were adequate in 'he coat of animal feed, and
    *" RaN .thai 'or whether they were too many. gs On Page 7.
    REVELATION!-
    Work hard, .save your munev and. who knows.
    you may be able to pay your ''" In
    ono installment.
    ICOItl It I S are Gifts Subs to any Mag.
    STATIONERY you wish a PO^W K'ft-
    "and after His Hunoui had rapUed '""" **" or ** : "
    the Houaa adjourned untU iSea- '-"Kuage tlial it Mi felt the> ware
    day January 6. at 2 p.m. OVarcnargUUl. Oovi
    Tha umoant to he voted uatdaff **< "" battar consideration
    Colonial Secretary for sUUonarj Ha would raadU)
    was $1,500. The note in- Itcr.o- remarks made by Uia tWi
    lullon concerning thU item slatad speaker* because toi lonMUme 1
    that on account of deUys in the ar- had b-r
    rival of stationery from the Crown I'1'
    A^aaaj durinu the last two years. UadW Lagfal Department vi MO
    tt was Dacessnry to ineel account* *a> voted ti
    nrnoaOitant '< $ljni In respect of amount fee
    Ui.- ywar I951-5J fnan the cur- ">"V un-
    rcnt year**, provision. It has also dec th* head Mr.
    boon necessary to purchase eon- r 'aid thai the .
    sidarable amounts of duplicating b luroi saj raniptati
    paper locally in order U> re-pro- quats Tha aDosi*nee -
    duca several long reporia etc. more than 90 years ago and it
    StaUooery ordered during the cur- "as about time it I-- n-vi-.-.l
    rent yenr t' now being received Speaking on the vote for the
    and supplementary provision wUl rtwce !>' purlment. Mi. J. T
    be renii.r.-d to meet outstanding Braacker (L) alleged that the
    ciunmitmonw. P"!:' bakaa uaad i>y
    Mr. A. E. s. ush , and
    tud |l seemed that liitle or no urged Covernmrut b> h
    '-ntip-, wll. T;iken of the criticisms lha matter.
    m'-te In the House in connection Mr. TV. A. (Tan-ford .,, ,. n ri n Ha hit* coal <>f fodder for
    Until Dec. 24th
    REMEMBER
    FREE QIFTS
    Spend $10.00 Cash or more
    on any day and get a piece
    of Phoenix Ware free.
    The bigger the purchase the
    Better the Gift.
    LOUIS L BAYLEY
    Of
    lUlllllll 1.4111
    Dim I lithe chances
    with your Sleep
    IT 1> important thai you should 'ii|ov natural, refreahiftf sleep
    *wy night. Your energy and 6rn*a pargsly dvpesd upon U.
    So be guided bv the experience of counties* ihousands who naoke
    delicious Ovsliine their regular night-cap.
    Taken at bediime. 'Ovaltlne' provide* apecia] properties derived
    from Nature', beat foods. These, help to sootha nerves and body,
    assist you to relax, and are conducive to sleep of th* beet kind.
    After natural, restorative sleep you awake In the morning with body
    and mind refreshed and eoergv renewed for the work of the day.
    Remember . Ovaltlne' differs from other food beverages in
    Its nutritive properties and scientific composition- Thai is why
    Ovaltioa results are obtained onl> wiih 'i tvalhne'.
    Mm
    OVAsLaTaNK
    The HiirM's Beat Nightcap
    -.j u u.hi.,'ii I.-' a* ail Oaasstga e.*a *>*.
    IHPOIlTaafT-"**. that M Urge sin Ovsllln. tie coaUlns (4 oilflCeS.
    o 4.1,11\$; iiihi i 11 s ^^
    at* sn
    .1 lot a
    Tha nan ma* ru 1**1' Ovaluae' remember u
    apa^Seiof'Onllin*' Bihuiii aa weU. Ymii
    I hail dSllcata acJ diaiiDgoHlwd Savour.
    / nalai airtight pjtkafn.
    Me*
    CARIB FOR HEALTH dc STRENGTH
    *aaaa-^
    CARIB FOR A BRIGHTER OUTLOOK
    AND OF COURSE
    CARIB FOR CHRISTMAS


    \wii\imiu DM I Mill I: ::
    BARB VDOS U>\nc \ I I
    PAOI House Pass $166,622 To Supplement Estimates
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    Mr. w. a. cnwferd < i
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    the Stay hi which the

    iced by $100.
    Mr. O. T. Alldrr it
    Nut (hhiiI Curollurv
    Mr. A. I ^i sna l I
    ry to the

    lionour-
    -r for St. I'hilip to
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    Mr. O. T. All.lt r 111

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    it and of 1100

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    1 >vcr Iho
    I he did not feel
    rhat men
    Ih- i un-
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    heavy duty oil containing a special inhibitor specifically for
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    Motor Oil is sold by practically every gorage ond service station
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    FOR ALL PI.TROI.FtM PROiitTTI.
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    that our retail Stores
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    OB Saturday. 20th De-
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    closed the whole day
    on Saturday. 27th, in-
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    Da Costa & Co.. Ltd.
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    D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street
    New in Barbados buttery old in Holland
    MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY
    MILL-ions drink MILL beer
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    IF YOUR BOY LOVES CRICKET HERE'S AN
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