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I'\l.l l<> HAKBUilis UIVul All I IIIIIW I" I Mill I! ''' %  ''"'Ccudb tfaltina H i agini \a\ i %  %  %  M I It!,<<• h'i'i.iii l.u*l llirr In M> timzonr Km/flr h LKE. %  Barbadian who T*HE raafh nil b> M noil .it the Annual Bazaar I lha "Id Indies Hem* hai II Jack Wilkinson i %  . %  IV : Miv Maud Joni-5. Mrs. Wtlof Becks! n the first pni*. a watch, n !iy. tba %  aflond prize. .1 pair of Mr. Lae 1with the RaW rant Mi J %  %  %  V^iartrrient in Bermuda liilraimil %  wax la-l her. in 1MB |NTKAN8IT faan Canada yafI BAI*^ IM* IfcffaVll ... i Si Mi.':'. I %  %  %  awang ano awr ZOO people expected. The idea iH-miwi I %  Bg sold -i almost cost. i Where elar ran you art lai At tlie pet-sen' MM %  %  %  I iHcmi >1 the nursing staff of the Ro*al V„ laaadial < 1IAHIJK aimaig tiir,* fwawt taavini la. Tiimuad yaataVday by b W.I A llr hat ajana v far tax Phrsstms* holiday* and will to nark aarl next iimmlng bTX'-A far ran Mi ind Hi C 1 OraM • I : mother of Maun. Rotfa Oraol and Sdnnc at Upae? Canada <' %  % %  € thai he had been residing in Canasta smor tl.'i and AM % %  Trinidad to spend three M aw /'"' t'hri-tma* %  /""I'l. L LAWHSNCK WEATI1M", lUII I'AYN. (<-nt Mia. Misnet Hand-. idoi m-ui'.i." oaacQsag by \B GetBfr'.N HOOM Lboffli termer member n bating actor* av t ta TBwa.a v.h* %  t .ire Battalion South C ED OfH'mtitin* \ttiHayr. TJX I M" A .. AM) m %  1.. . i' w 1 . I.VI Ffifffi • Aatl ..n-ri of T ("A %  Ml* La Hai %  ^ J I'.n. 1 .] llr .nd Mr* I A Payne §1 aohtg Tnwn Mann in it al vaal 4 Bun-h Coli %  %  //.;•> /'!•'* N-ltirn* \M"> LayndgB eorniajaaalant talli rJUi£AD.i(uu 'loyal UtOMlag FI..-.1 -t-uravsd tot with Ihc I Trturncd home %  r.M(..'.; i I" I. A l-iid a holiday with hi* retahvu*. uint. Miv MaxwaO, Chrai %  hunch. An old Comberauaiian am 1 Ihc Baibai bbcaii For* 7i, STARS Stars For Carihln-aii % A BBraai Hta i. nm Laj Io M -. %  %  %  MM Robert NH>i that SOaVjn ..i-<>id drink %  \IT l.M i;..i\' 'i. i I ;... Iratniaaj, ha <**•* in-m. | llllguitr DBMI wick .mil was lia a afajttad lo Barmuda In April thl* voar CtmHmmlmg Trip known aPapy^ Hundi. i* l^rinif I KAV1NO on WcdwaMtay lm gt *-^ Lucia t> conl u* mmi M %  An %  % %  • %  viiliw* %  %  %  i. Mam %  •• Iw %  %  a>v.a !" t. win ..( -.-..a.w l-'uilliful Ki-^s Ajsu Khun > Peel II 5 x s 1 r I'"' _1 1 L— { —I'' 11 H ki tOVEN FRESH SERVICE We take Sail opportunity lo wish our mane Customers and Friends 31 Crispy Christmas. Illl. ir/.'.sV /W'/l HI SUIT CO. LTD. "HI linn riiUi| a*nm %  I .-l-vt % %  %  ) Illl I Mill %  '' • I %  Mr and Mn. C Dnvis of Walkers. Bt. George Mi-. BurviU. a Barbadian. Is -gain this Chris' ,10 Ji'./r.H 1*70 Ihroufh UMelands WK M H (' *1 ANPI ' 00 r jv 'eiii in Fl.t fat* v Brat Kla* mcrl > "' M "'' ,. ha. k l..r *a aampled by Sir Ruiiort IV Iaiid now ivaiding In Bolivia. J:' v ,. Bere, Lord Mayor ol I., 1 •* %  •' •* .% % %  aub 1111 w a n I M. AndrrJon nld UUI Ilicre >fc UVvJ Vwl/A verv H Uurvill Iron. L..,:!-. %  iived 9watrrda> nomi I ,„. hy Tt.A vli. Montreal and an i.iah"' but thr 00M of living w.i ral haa'batn %\ t Ittfi / iturlh Mail living in Engliind tincv 1946. Her Mr. Can P AYING his fourth YlW • • vra^ max and I 1 J P %  Prmdant of London Co '"' '""' m Hrmik-n MiK-hinrry Cm U4 of London M. \. Prrwnnrl wj { JAMES VANDKM OH H Canedj H-UliVad •< '" '|*I1HHK Tl.A [ %  %  nmtl Who lal ,i rlitdrnt i>l luban.lauminjl by T.CA. accompanu-d 1 arrtafd ye*U'rday im^ning frrv l*hillip5 lAd. o( LoodkM I I arlto and will DC ban IM arlll ba irmaining in Barbados unland, and his brithri Hi ajaaaaV holiday .1 • 1 ., |aj jajhaai Uaty lasin b) atuddnl at MeGiii Univcr aad T.C.A. flighl for CaaMaU. m Barbados to spond a holidav ,, „. ,, They arc Mis* Sybil K-rr. ho>laa>. w.ih thru paxaoU, Mr ;md Mrv. 'i"l'V> itirlfitlii} Mr |Hii|i p Amsbv. puraer nn Robert Vandrnbergb o| Tfi C ONGRATULATIONS to Miss Mewiird and MrGerald CWafcay, Fully. S1 James. 1 land oi i'i< 1 < "I-navigator, who IW :ill stationed at Rirhard who Is dpBBj 1 ii I ml R dontnaj, unt it McGHl will ba .,1 KOW Hi'd. who l a l tbr a to lhall While here, they an gtaaatf at Hot three weekn while his brolhrr 1.1-day. tin Oeaan WtW Holel will bremaining for B.G. Barrister Achieves Fame as Singer 1 wi \w\ n t -atennis %  1 : n poniiwtlU>d *r*ic (p ..I %  %  %  _ %  £* t'l : 1 • 11 fill Al': I II.!>any. They rn I :ha past foui a*y* -> %  IhtOx-ean View Hob Befora corning baV*. Mr. and M Insnada. \fwhn n irn I MUM* riwtr M H AMiMHSI: (;. CARMAN Dj VtKM*iurla, returned homif iraik arid by BW.I.A, %  nasu \a M a. aaaiw %  n-jns r^-ifi < 1 i' .na^t-*'**• "— %  '' €411 I 1 1. %  agnail m i*< %  in 11-1 AI I IHI i\i.Hiia\ w is Bin H.uorr %  %  1 %  %  %  %  %  ... ( vaal • 1 ikinud'i —1 %  ajaaea l pu'*i %  Our JSest ^Wishes fur the Season ~ -"ST T. HERBERT LTD tocorpor lrt I ci ( i 1TMER i M U-I/IM LANI Tiu on* naodisd o> u ^ adwaya br*af. 1 > 1 the broken %  1*1 -| la. Hall XI —io* [>-• *wa, f m-uiMfi if '•. a. aiimii : %  j-nK r Rupert and the liutierflies—19 iMDON. ... |ah Guiana <> OraoC, i %  %  RrUabi %  :.. | A.K. and was 1 ,'id. hd' bjT-M-law— and thai vinget A tall link DtaB with spaiklmi: ayi ll'IHM'lf Mcomini bnMigboul j| AJthoilgb his %  BROADCASTS loik SONGS %  %  %  %  on). ,] a young man sing it ill and tintail I to hitrue lovr. a gul of 'he i.i. h.uinted me ever since h<* said. DM I ,*mv on lha it in' i II propor%  %  naanl id %  .i sad aolig 11 the iiiBritlah i ra difficult ami tt| ni gold ;uiu rUainond Dai i i rvpafN %  P6P oi old tn thr faadei id losi is caUad i \ ,-. Ml Qraajfl %  i l Ihi iulerloi The aaltj Bavo* Si i iddeni IB the rival i.. h' -ag i*o rivat %  ; %  am mUttorc of Ming, heard in BarbfM Tiiiii akmc Rnaahai "' hai i^iourHa ealypaoB, latUag a somewhat ridn-ni'iuBtorj i Irir priest who fc> caught ir;in: t*. baptiae a ram goat in a manirovi Mr iDlkrwad thh i U of a ahrni II nrnrd in Ti inidad. Ml1.1-1 UVn M.IIK %  to bin I.I the Jsmairan h.lk-'inger One of them araj 'Wittci ronir I i-l littl. balMd rompoae.1 bj If] U.nnett herself The othei was a banana loading sung. Hi which banana loaders who had Men working nil night ..ml thiUUugl this to go home lo bed. There are few arttstl Hnll*h Guiana anKHl| Ok i olony of Waal Indian theatrl %  folk m l-!idsi Indian mu-t. .ml cultura as %  whola arnong IMUIBO, whn Mul Hunk t'tinunly f Trmld.id's \\'. %  I is nsantionud.— %  .t'.F i..ii' ) % %  > %  !" %  \-i P I 4 Z A %  ONT INABi.lLE tlllAHV %  llll I 11 s -1 / \M roi %  HUM 4J ft BJ .IK'. t !• -i ai %  I %  N "I *i II aaitom mi'ii"inaan .1.11 tan V ; r*. Mw.Minis i 11 _ru.ni ravM %  al 130 "' %  *aaiAM 1"AII ia N IMiiVi %  Airrstv *••'' < %  u i a* irwi %  i CARSON <-m Hfjring K (MI %  RODI ." arl sad I ttiiiigr iory ol the An.) 14 IiKtuaQi WI %  :. .%  • %  %  D it ^me %  WONDERFUL OFFER Ail rings. Compacts, identity Bracelrls, Cigarette Cases etc bmigbi fmm us will be ENGR.AVED FREE V. De LIMA ft III lll> 20 Bruad Si. and at Marine G..:.vr.s PLAZA It Alt HA KI I ^ illlal 5171.1 %  •• %  Al IIIIAIKES FRANCIS GOES TO WESTPOINT 1.1111 Eoxr • a a IB .. .ii !" Dletrtrb 1 %  % %  NO OPENING . Igajg, 1 |g I s If p M iinuiii n.ni. unr IIOIII HIS STATIONERY I I I I I Cusfomers ar* Rushing to WHITFIELDS W to spe the nev, assortment 0/ SHOES I.ADIF' IWMV.. .Mills (.(ILII .V SIH IK SAMlAUj i' 1 ""i' i.oi.ii HTKAr* na nillll VI HICK. BACKLESS i Kill IsnilMIt HEELS LADfn LOW HI (onus MI mi >i SI'IKI urns ts iiff*vrm'rK"" ,S Kill Kill. BLACK KM, 19 50 4 111 M I'l III Ullim CIIIKS A HXT K.43. M|1 "l 7 C.IMs III NLOPB III Mils is in:, ins UCCK. VAV*. Ill:, ins IB1M .„n"V,:,K u. irauLHn ... d,... (ii:M i.i \TIII:K SI.IPI^KS SOFT soi i> J, ( \sl \l.s ( KII'l. Mills M u sum • is i i MIIIK un si'CDK s>sn io m m l \l:l \SKIII III BEHIND llll (I STIIMI.KS THAT T WI1.I Bl STMIVC. OPEN ON SATI'BDAV Til I r.M YES!! These are some Items for the Home ... Saucepans-Aluminum and I n iiin'l CUBS Preafau* Cooker* M-H-i MM I. .114 I AIM* BSBM ft Hlrnjrd ArUn \s.,. ( |, |M I Ml i %  • at A a la AU-A.UOB DAUGHTER Or DON Q Daren COMANCHE TERRITORY BUCCANEER GIRL %  ,„,„ BPAU I Ml MWJ lauoatS STADONNA ni MANMI Mt IIII io -i Bl afa* MM NH. -.ITS., IUS. III rai Kuk Al>n Add r K.-rtli %  3D ft S 90 L'ruvriial Double IT AIN'T HAY is ..mr. .,1 s LAWLESS Mill. UM|ii /ait tr-mtmrj M. T I.I OKI i.. : Th. Mil DOUBLE" of The Year TODAY ;'i A!U0 pm. AMI CONTINUING jvely lesli* Caion (swlhail ol An Ameiican In Paris") on lha siraal jf tough guys, hot tunes, and temptation I MIS. r> M T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE : % %  4220 I I I -I The CORNER STORE FOU XMAS SUOPPf.Xtm I. in: Tubes li inSell. Pat tie Pauls, lUsnrhe Pang Slovi-s—2 & 3 Burnen I I'.iru Table I^impi Thermos Jugs lee (ream freezer \ I ii in in i H ii. Uaitrrv Mincers Kitchen Ki..I IS-ll I III I.I Spasons Potato Mashrn Ki.crs Oratters Slba-ivea Strainers h'-KK Blasters (rotary) AND mi tiatir 1 V. Sallv FTmREST BIGARD PIT II CaavCLE ?4 HOUSE 3S — BAI,. 60 BOX 72



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FRIDAY IkU UMBER l. |S2 II \lill\IMI~. \liWM Ml ru.i iiiui i Modern High School Hold Speech Day Principal And Staff Are Doing Good Job —JUDGE OBBNEm splendid work ths-y ajwdota. for UM pod of Barbados which li so dear to all of us But as he had Mid for him to Indulge in BOWB theory of thai kind, W: ... %  lb* school being i %  %  UM I GUMI lw Modtra High School terclav. Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenerv. conirratulated the chaol Old scholar. Principal. Mr. Louis Lvnch. and staff of the school -on the c,uld no doui-: . The pme da.v was held Mtt. endeavour" hj said "asld*>>• wwjii '.' ,1'w • packed headmaster and hi. staff rely on „, Barbados and I I-re..' upport. „ood,,„ H,,^, I ,.l rules • < m •• Globe theatre .hifh to capacity with ehildn guardian* and friend* ill and co-operation, not onjr %  modate the large numbti of pan;• pie 1(1 MBSIM il • : The pupils of ihe fifth form un.lt staged scenes Inmi Shaki Cuiiurutiilatioiik -Twelfth Night" art: M: Chener) m liis_ speech remarked. Il is . %  n oll the sp i,., BAGASSE %  ...i i .. lirallfyinK to see n school did which has only recently surtssT is ,ood of this little Island of Bar, ,' „ij. ... In a position to put on a p. duction nek ,•.,. i „. "• mead, i hearty corwratul.itioii. to n„,„„„. whoU „|„,„| ln ,„,. U(lfk tertainment me. ha in| and which as The Play was produced ,ind increases calls for fraatct efl directed by the headm.,-:. M ,. rtlon o„ his part. costume, „ m ,„,, ,„„„ ,„,, n | Kh nldl SKVSAM will not • : %  i ,..i crtchat pital. m 1 L*. %  >.loiaed Ihe I %  i on laming Hi rnolitun PUIQ be a %  Lynch took chargi and Mils Barrow, make-up. The .,,,„ n cast waslEudene Arthur a* Olivia that he will not fad Aurle Clarke as Viola. Joan laale ,,., a ahnd. Kans ind Ir most lianiiu. beeaiu** it ....:. [or fuel .i A •I thu.tt we can loki tBrtUsh during the.past I IhlS barque -M .... e^wah-d ; : " m ;;" jg j*^ £8 r ; i i,.u,k, '£S had Twelfth .,.!.„"V,..:. Mr. Chenerv said lie had Maria. Ronald Thompson Orsino. Ethelbcrt Thompson Sir Toby. Kenneth Walrond %  Antonio. Rufus Lavlne an Sn .. Andrew. Harold Chandler ., n excellent entertainment In f ""* '" %  >" "' %  **" "" Sebastian. Stephen Lynton—and that connection ha had t.. o-Tei "' "> IS < hool is entrusted. Anthony Mason as first and secban BchoUi bin ond officer respectively. Stephen ,.f the staff who must have given >cars of Ihe school *ll in the Jjvnion as Valentine. (.rain rnudl of their lime and trouble y r< '" etn* who "" Proverbs as Malvolio. Keilh Cort. the pr.-lurtion will be continuing on n> bin as Priest, Louis Burke as would I growth look bftck ^ ^ n Ballov " rtl with pride n In trie ami Diana Humphrey as Oh. production fad thai they ,,, attendant. Anthony Mao will %  •h* great pit i in VOTIIIX The fashionable Vermouth I i v Wl %  .. % % %  i ad to maka I %  ... Uld the cultural ground of school which ployed "*,,./ huh i.ee*sarlly a great part in the advaiut-n.enl "Si %  lepartle.,....i,' and cultural, of BarTwelfth bode. Hi .KIIM. ..i. i s IE( %  ( i gtand %  haani %  %  %  I I A ,.f Men Ne 1 I i H -. %  . % %  ••I i should Ilka ..; thl Many old pupils have gainee , %  publKLy Itt then ht %  hrtr.nes are il Messrs. Cabl. ft Wli , m) x Gulf i *.e have Uni Th.> bah ''hool l; | HPho h „ .vom, l l mutt single c\l Lynch and that one was" apt to take him f.. "II WlFtmalj natU)rin| to a girl. '.it ,i lehool which has only '"'" "' ,hls %  chooTi third B-ai After Mr. Chenei> bad ii'-d on it* waj I m % %  %  Bpaaul Daj .ii.i pi at-ajhrtni LueUh Kaon blla Hut o speaking Mr. Ward.' ami In i<"'> OB •' production ltk of the school, mov.-d a vote <>r ueh %  % %  hava arknaaaad today. Thl lima hai cone I i' \\. thanks. it -u"-.!*,(or tha Intaraat which rand" -Mr. Chenery said that it was 'f>c staff take in the school and ihlp, The 01 aaatl nafthai > %  th.' two I von grr;.' prfl' %  ai '"' ;h I'i'eiejt that the pupllt gain .1 during, the pa B-d tti be at scho-M lie asked to attenii and distribute Ihtmatlvai uke." will see set out In here .>! % %  %  araa not a I Mi ... ii in July i9'>i n successful winnan who had done day* fnr ] • lulfa In we war _ ao well in the exnrninntioix which then' I Aeiiievenieiil-. In Sawn had been conduete.1 durlnf the the" on->rtiir.ity t. expatlata "" o| tha Ottford and past two ri .. h.ite-.ii the) thoufhl should IKJQUH Board Ml lli t *ir incundons into the l\el ntratulaand objett i.i passes were gained %  He eongraiu luted those win had won certificates ond priie. either at tha partlculM aebool n tarroi work, this short ijenixi iyhaphaiard ond sporadh we havi ond said. 'T.> those vA\o In In general. He. howavar, did not I1K nr >cessa'rv | n lii 1 ol In •'"' %  -'1 %  Iriendly games Ol spile of their endeavour btllad u 1 ,tx ,x on that particular occalannkl in which we engage.' to achieve a pruts, I win advi-.i uon than na I U Ination. havlnn defeated codrlngti aiul exhort them lo rontimie then nmsnl on ij,, JJ— trge. Combormere and nil art*. elTorts and rndenvours baeauos cntlonal Ihaortai which had Hoodhundred and ihlrt I tal'l 'he "' the mare winning of a prir> arrtly, Not was „„,,, (ll) ,. an( „ u ( .,. u.in K daA ctal mention. I'l el*.! %  An Ol \-oeiailon I ... i| raunlona, 1 %  further %  %  film-show lo the . • : %  lining; and in i wa bop* 'tie> Mill he conttauad during the ranunfl A stioo di !>•• bnhnni %  ntj d Hem .-.I. 11 day, l)et M v, I tra .ind genernl alin | ad Barbados re not the greatest achievement. The %  I whether serving | refei asJaad Caller who Bo) Tli. [lunnei ii|> passes in nine subleclelaBI f"i tha i I. n. cession. Alvcn, Oullcr, English Literal in Hi ol Ihi %  striving for a price is aomethli technical edumore woiihwhi' rhal cation was the bet) will build up t%  Ihe Modern or I'aihapupils and younj Ihe doa. in general. S^ i ^T^ r a^l^ Kduc;,.i..nal Sdrm ^n'd S their life work before Ihem." That did He said thai it wag In the effort not given thought to their SdUd made during su.-h torn %  that the future cltiien. of Barwhich it mlghl l> thai ;' icltool bousa In UU ia mon ,.. bados WOUl ilirpnBei than a U-nn I think he desei.. Bo not too strenuouil) unpres* upon or *'hieh publi. .... Han both past ... f pended. Far from that, each and Iwn" B rv -' n ' "" l ' '" 11 to the school, that it u.iup to them 'V*ry membei of thl MdnUlnlng I ft* to assist the headmaster and his had, and wabound to ugnatpart* > ord by passing m all Zealous slafT in the gi-od work h eoncernepm in lri Irtl With textnothing olher than splendid. 'he theor, f Cbnunerci \. i "The carrying on of a achool ,l,,n ' Barbados was in Innwith BaJSnlnatlOB I \* an undertaking that demands lha best modorn I ill eset out in detail • the Inuhesl of human effort and ovei Ihe world. your | Ithou ie.y-i.. >f can %  i i PublV i %  ii ...in lo extol tni muga%  Texi lt..oks %  THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! n Fresh Mouth AllEfeyUig! A NEW miracle looil p grrni Mcntaaol now gives you sa/er teeth and gumi. and a gfcna. fredi mouth nd brssih all day ldoein'l juw "coverup" mouth odours for minutes, it d*\ir^\, Ihem lompbltlv. > Mcntjsol is green *ecau*e it contain* active chlorophyll Nature's a> of turning the lifegiving energy of the sun into healih .md freshnei*. No wonder chlorophyll work* *uch nunth in your mouth' First, the adtH green phyll in McntsUoJ nop' i"o*nk ixlidv i aboraUM %  .tiers sesj chiprotection' Millions ol Amcr^j/is use il. Tis %  he mmiy freshness of this green toothpaste ihai makes Icetb brilliantly white' Vou aafcfaa 11 nr stasfi m aM tJLr%**t~km\ TtU Chlorophyll ITldl I vTsWI toothpaste .4@s*TOSCA w H i p Hoip PREYEMTiooth DECAY ZJU p&MQjt tt&i I Pracenf oo#h decay! t'se i %  b-ii tiin.i casan bnasdoi firOunK UITIIIM T.-Mh Vttm npot in I.niisi-si i..,4h Pnhelpr.ium Ucawta. 3. iisiiKiNi i.mih pan ,....., dtii film wfcldh holili haii.ru sj{aiinil MOOB g 3. lajTUiHi i"--ill Nan reaa aahsi a> raaa %  • M, %  ..ih arJdi %  ruoSJiff vrilh iisissiNr rrduir Oiiih tin %  ( i-ilnlti Mb V* %  sfiei ST) meal help* I line. (I) RENOWN I'ri.ilil.l. wlwUWI Shirt. r P> jamas, unil youn iIhi fbol. I -.i a I Hi I Ranown Sporla Shirt IrsMjn Si.licl. hue fuller III RR1 uni. .. I. II nl Quantlt; e. Sahely & Co.. (I!ds) Lid. 5PinH*lc,wMnWfs5sffsWfdWW^fiW5sriffs



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I' M.I I ill It i:\itu\iHis \i,M.' \n I mini P8CBMBEB Ml MM BA^ADOSJAAD^ATI; AgriViiliiirul IKMrelopmenl %  By ERIC WILLIAMS D< puty Chairman. Caribbean Research Council m> A32 tlOHl I AVIS :iv to impose a tj\ on enter*.i which the ted for payment is the %  'iment to U outlined in ihe mei:n,:an.iu! an of n has airi. s'l t .urease the amounts rtomg and excise dutti on October 14 The entertainment tax has hitherto bee I .x on cinema II the bill lists ExhibiIball and spi '' %  Liazaars. Labour Days and Race tthin the provlaioni ^ the tax on entertainment the Anal Install of the policy proposed in the momoiandum.Another Mill U to be int.educed into I„* ncreM6 tht ** on sweepstakes No one can object to an inI lax on betting but it must I In rrdod that this tax d noi he ; t r' i ;' l, '' h ': b?donoi mplj to increase the (. -vernment Had the omertainmem tax and .. %  • mled inincreases in fan dv -I education allowances ,'r thej would have eon* wuieiv by^niajoriu of I **y are hkefv to be I as additional burdens and may iS some cases decrease attendance .( pu ,, c S23 Lsarsfvs -a a in n %  w.d t, t I...I ..„ • lib ill IK. „ "Ofs. I %  c in hi n! the horw. and u an ,,r..,. k. *n a. m^clKmrou. I UUf f rial 1 I I m designed to Incn %  mem la* %  %  tmrmi i and the prcsp. ei %  %  %  %  : increased taxc* has fa %  %  %  %  %  tain agtn U fond rrri CMHUmptJ %  %  crops and '•> %  • , %  -.%  s. *alj.Msi of needed I '%  —Kl'l vitamin* thi coir • % %  Q&Dg and %  I U aaSunar Lands War II. %  %  Tobago, whil-t In Jamaica the -, a(reae cull i doubled. In Surinam th. *J*; %  between 1938 and IMB. The acreage uiuler COCOnutl al 0 has increased, by two-third* in. ;4, i.mana between 1838 iMO, b] am as „ : I40 and 1950 A %  I cllned by one-sixteenth 1942 and 1950, Ihe eff. titastrous burrl 1951 are not yet rter between 1949 and 1951. whilst there was a raaa in the raw | Uaf decline of o in 1950 %  -<-icventh Of the On ihf otl %  waa nearly in Jamaica prodc.l. %  The Fir.: S as ujn <,f tn Wen reaaed the Import nrof fed promaing oi. a regicnal plan and .ad by ission of th e poten. le<| I.alitl*. for food prluctkm and and hat %?**".,"*._ntn*, inereaaad 19W Other I -MI (rup> .ane iu:der "" The libduitnal Development Con 1'L.erto Rico in bT^ne-hlf to IM2 "" c '"** thiec-nfih'. and orangj I four-lift'. :wo and 1930 the Incra— paralleled by the decrease in Uv product).: 1. 1 are not available to pel panson over a I>-P age under citrus In Ti Tobago; all that can • rta, eaperlall. %  The acreage under <>i tobacco. The d* acreage n $ %  nd 1950 Ihe decline in .i • too in Puerto U. between 1939 and 1950. and in the acreaea under lobereo, onefxfth. As far as food pi %  %  plsce in rke increased by two-thudi*h Cuian;i U* %  1950. and by th Surinam %  %  %  Jamaica, where th* enth between of pigs. %  • it hum* %  Jama ; >'>' in the commeal indu : %  art/ doubled between n agriCTd] M 5 and 1949 A* f.irming in Jamaica imported no commeal Wi 4.683 I i: 4o.48a. on statistics of canned %  .: %  tables arc not ..vailable 6"ut -i produriMn and thprogress mad* can be parily • vjxtrta have en from 2 tons t'> 470 lefia be' rwaen 1944 and 1830. The exports %  VC in, reaped in valufrom £141 turn of the "> £36.369. In 1938 Puerto Rico %  •!" rted 349 tons of canned and i vegetables, valued at US %  %  %  1950 ,ia exporU of ":p product availcanned vegetable* akme %  %  J The ;..nts for aatpoi %  to 7.100.000 i* M ari eat mdica'ire pro"l '* Puerto Rkan progress In 1.400 000 Ul 1 "PI" 1 I dchlr nils and Fata %  '.ur.„ rroer-ing ; tJSS&g) u % %  > % % %  laid c.t cdibi. n Jamaica ..I mcrcaaed by one-Afth btwevn IMS and 1945 and IWD. and prodjcllon ol I Li i n,-half Trinidad and iho Tobaso's production of .cd by onc-aeventh between • IM and ItSI. Jai d Tobaao. and Barbadot. which niporlvd all or some of th?tr Tho inrciuiren ents In 1938 had become In 1950. •<> example Barbados .irlarlne J* i. -mutes • SlMll'llHt 1 i M %  P'd 165 "ton. ol Ih. ,JZT f Win, and 101 Ions of lard he other hand, the dajal acre.ae has exceeded .... ld rum • To Be I .stlssHi A VIM HUE IN \m HIHIK A l 9 rV%itl€ k lll Is l 4 a,l k €'l€ k cl November Fourth QM n -1 is ih* fourteenth Republican to hold that high orncc, and during tl ready there are ('resident "Ike" ; ( n unparalah %  to display the ... almost throughout ih. %  %  War II, and also with II Of Peace which so far \t ad In N A.T.O. < s no less W sang the bard of i : the one. marches forth :> for the other %  •d States of AIHTH hare been toriana aver that their :< • during tls preceded the election ti waa warned not to elect a militar>man The people a tak,(.;.-, nd iraea effect: i. menf. lr b f*t | poliiii-o; ,.;-•... for the Mote, ihar l| should be • and that the opposi-fl podrsral fxtrty anoaild asi Of oi i This qui great Demoi Franklin I> R 1932 at truend of the !: 'fegime-Jt; '. %  1 Calvin C %  but Ihr a %  %  H ll.irrir^ U.ll.u 1 •quipment. An ">> visitor to Barbados %  •Mden.-e at the Marine I the phone at regular %  rvall of ten and fifteen minutes %  0 delight!:.. rd whcn.Mr. Dewey. the Repubh% %  . % %  : Bnc el -. I gaily with Ithi attributes i %  result ''' %  "• ""•• and likened them • when the % %  -western States swung the in favoui of Dcmccrat hi soUd south rem ''-' %  oeeame quite %  W aa clear that Mr nunan would go back to use pen w House whi.h he had occu4 stnre Mr Hoo.vHt's death vlng *"• bplof America. I ran 1 did %  %  • Hera is the u*h<>le tter wk thrown at a „, boot case. ng President Truman warned Ike dead cats, rotten eggs, and told. Human spoiled tomatoes' being thrown i direction before the HawaiB r.tfht thi* %  ien: w U talking %  He knew what he about, but his ail hiaajrcdictlon %  %  t • tnd w, %  of %  %  %  : .1.1 If now al] over The >M1. has almost en%  'i awij and In their reUe placea people are aetthng D to meet the change. Ibje*| %  '"' W of riembers for his .;cabinet nava opened the eye* of those who thought that he would i the teleIT led by Mr. Robert Taft [ke ***, ,h • --ems, to be standing on his own -efreshing state of affairs in high places Of those who failed to win. h a J v *. %  Won that Si •• ..Itogethe • out 1 beliew .<• been a good level, or SlevenKin !' %  ,. ,s carrjing on Roosevelt -ned. He ts an :he gift of rt,ir J ea to* and vouid have deteneri with his lire%  %  ) IT man* granted him the requ-: h. ma.ie when he addressed the caucus of the I u ardelegation to the Dn.. He told them, v .n't—did not a grim with to be a candidate for Presi! nsrvq i i "mess—temintally, or phyU >b. And I ask. %  %  %  : mate me tar me If 1 should be %  %  %  %  %  ttw people has Vnrnca and the ..ed World await the . *.* await th A LITERARY (O.YNNTION B> K V TW'I.OK 28 a monk arrived in London after a hasty departure from Paxu and ant noble household as a r .Prevost and the cauae el hta ti publication of a work which i edition became the celebrated M caut. For an Abbe to In ,is the author of such a work wi and Prevost thought it th Me entered the hon i Eylea a former Lord Mayor n-A\*on'.s She is (oln| • noing with \'. '.cut. -•-,-.-,-.-.•.-.-. %  .-.-.-.-.•-•.•.-.-.-.-.•.-.--'-'-'-•-'-' %  '•'-'-'-'-'' 1M1 Mm .., rot. ui;'-;"'Borwo ii..in i %  iroi %  J| THE LITTLE SHOP I I,,.-.,.. • -l.liui.rr. Buiiami "'"'•' *"?*_, rasfla.il h. l.u. am. Lrlon, ..d in, aM aaaaM .< Irnm l.undan and >' \. .;-sssss.;'* ,-.*,-,*,-,-.'-*-----*-*-•.'*'-'-'-'*'-'''**-* XOTICE Our IIVKIIU X It I l>. |iarlii..nl "ill be OPEN on S;,i,irrliiv 2IHh December until I p.m. as we ill be clattni „n Saturda> 2"lh all da>. UII.KINSON a HAVMS C. ltd c. s. PITCHER & CO. Illl KUIIH STOKES Cinild he one of a doren e\ciiini> wrprleag from our Menswriir d.p.irtinent . EVENING DAi AND SI'IHITS SHUTS BveaWf Shirts with soft and hard fronts. Day and Spi.rls Shirls wiili closed, open and T-neekt, A M E RIC A H SPORTS 11E S & S 0 € K S Novel doiens and striking colour—hut Socks include sober black Silk for Kveninc DfMe. p AI s i. \: v Silk TIES The famous Paisley eealga in silk Tie" and llandkenhief Seta Da Costa & Co., Ltd. run is wtagtK i M \KRI\ MS . f havr . QwlMt MuffrU iMi kat i'un Kiiii aaker Oati lawga pjea THE SPECIALS iUh CUD .v Raaateri "p.-srs. „, li,,,u,.FOR YOUR PARTY i rl,t\ Bafl 1 od Rors \n\e LM 1 alilcrnla I'miv. 1 l.lLWl-a NUI Krd I iifrsf (iOI.II HIE \1|| Kl >i I'ul.h II...I t lirrsr ( t.ra-saItix ults I *r l,| SI tis per Hot. -II i-r line 4a i'ki I Gel Jagi *i*n prr •! • < -..i-. tn imIVnir Hams || |t arr lb MirlmiH in i*ki reata Pr*a llntrn -ir itikrnrlf-irn |'rarhr .1 A It R\KI KM | Krd \|-|lr. Minimi %  ( hanipainf arr .nli fur M i. mmm roi I KM U 0UM u II'-IIK xllr l.lrlfr.uit.lll.h K


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PMOAV DEI I MI:I 11 | Local History Reader Approved By Barbados Elemental*) Teachers AT THE conclutlon of Mr J C Hammond's lecture "ii "Education", Mr K A H .v. ..; dressed the ting of i he Eta H ted by the Pi. Mi A and the Executive Conn A eok about the book he had prepared as a history reader (or use in Elementarv and Secondary Schools. BAKRADOS \DV t.x.k the step • rosslnjt of ihe Atlantl of taUsttng u> ampanying him are hit wil* Wyn Gnrdnn o nd all who Australia who has been touring CLUFFS. near Slroud Bay. 8t. Lacy. 1. (tnest) better known an Captain Fiaco", which the shark* arc found Sharks Ate Caught. U M i) M Captam Flsco. f "shark IChOl US) St. Lucy. bug I>II Novtjtnbti 10 that was Arthur wl handle the !J I Is feet overall T '" %  I other "•'tees WOP Aorcd by a 30 hp dieesl diving for sharks in that di with rath of thO projects suggest•"•. She will tail over :>• f made ed by the C.U.T. Unfortu kend '"' AiitiBu;i where Uw Elliot „ party on board will spend Christlo Broone, Joseph -leaded guilty of the chat for another. DO* .„ mas with Mrs .Anne Dnv i HarrtJ and Terrell Cadnnan. AHr*ne attached tn ('enti il Park the actual '" ertwing:the Atlanta | for sharks Except for a well-w,,: ted to be in Antigua g Dr. Brnea Hamilton on < Christmas. „ Advocate b ZoZ%tocTZ ""*" !" *" U* Sharkthe seven *£" *}?}£?* The 100 ton motor v,,l • go out ,n a boa, f, I arlbbee under Captain B. Gumbs gay to otto* CluOs Ol NorON port yesterday moining fluffs and Norses arc two points NllN-st IT rlNTGKBU from Dominica with its regular long '• %  >'oMt where the land -— fortnightly supply of fresh-fiiut Juts out over the sea. HI Honour Mr. II A %  colony, Tlu< shipment On reaching one of thOM Acting Jut;., in hided 20 crates and 103 casks, point remain in the COUTI 'if BrldgOtoWB Through %  id. %  non-iuit in ". f:uit dealers crowded the wharfthe cliff Tn ( attack the shark detention of clothing wb bci th f"ifrom behind and pul • telltr II their supply of fruit. With tbl thfl snarBl Loveil of Bank Hall. Si .'light their own trani happening; H Is brought Bgablfl d< ihe I tng pulled from its resting Wallh. of Hi ">E th Iramc aunewt piaea under the rocky ledge. Loveil who wat. to negotiate and there won IreTl „. v ., . ,|ue,.t t.atlic blocks.which lequil... . he direction of policemen on ((|V I1K |-;s ^ tnat w f it K ,hi m •' number of nd him his elm!:. he "Ad^;\' owner? AWtaSoo UUi ir.,wned coun b ...gos eato^ nryh. Assoewion. MluW .mount of JTS tcr. The iIHMs. ( HI I >l .. MIMM , % pubUsb -rr ,, 0 k putt up ; teiT.no ..^V "' %  sbm . ,,,p ISA cases of hams. 116 cases of n gh % but ll lUad urf n,,, n usw,t •An* t\pe and the picture blocks cheese and 115 cases of canned (0 the hoot. It ., > < -1A..I a—A iVv. % %  lal (Ink d.f i-'M'tlfl t. > ../ 1 Til >.; I'il.s Sank \l Barclay's Ml. ... ahoad. G. Can''.-ident of A it yaaterOH Hi • Jot. and three i>!ete the other 58 Within three :...! %  :.-. kgO) ^, would have Road Accident* Mle ,.{ Kin*. | %  for a cui HlV.iil. %  .. %  Hill, St Michael, 10 pn, %  %  mom Hill The rroni vv lamp of imaged. on Dec. !7 an hureh \ between Bl iinhp and J-M v I HIS WORSHIP Mr. (i it Griffith Actin) Polk* M i Ifflti itg ol Dtttrici "A it ,. ; , %  % %  left n ..in do conductor t ndl Arthur of Arch tu and in hp paid In M ment with hard labour foi Carrying [1 i NOW... a new medicated dog soap ie of th pointl > the skipper of •: li.:k ilivrr. r.|>i>tate Daniel Sblx>i> •W Arrow mdi.at'HH %  lifts ui.rf.-t Overloading Bus Stroud Bay Cost Conduclor £3 %  %  licenced to co which wi never publ. thing rotuH thusiasm that >\.. years ago by the Caribbean Union of Teachers. The "Advocate's" Co-operation Mr. Hovos said that from that tune hi. of the project CUT. With that In mind, he had set about to OOUod "hat material he could M i Ion In Barbadian H dlfflculties that had beset I and won >U1J b ttUng him, Even after he had eo sary manorial ow years, there was still th* of flnaneing the publl tunatel duty, her of i I i i it.i and 115 '.he chief items ll ti n motor vessel Clara -| u i-hich arrives in Carlisle lorning from Trinidad :i3 cases „. 2,312 10 martwtt '"' %  "'• %  %  of chan | thai le for the publication of the book The eo-opontloo "f the "Advocate" had thus Helps i overcome '. A hurdle. But Ihori %  the question e little IMVVS of the Sti. ith the clubs and a knlfa " %  "• mm so oaou no .unged Into its body, All that "'"" '" %  %  %  ,vc •" %  ;i1 ljlp k X J nl dotnas to nei and on Juw ft it inio ihe b return. 1 '"''' ' %  %  [ !,,r Mm * r iark 14 "' %  f ihj r \ 4 : Kven 1 I. refused lu him Then %  10 he, for The clotbi rend the i Waithc any time nfUSOd to H and the i med to the < hark dlw r^. fur 'hen HM I %  f< %  bout Ifl time she washed I him. \\ intlw at (I Delegates liriiirn Monir Avid Thrower* Deserve I legging • %  l*hirf .h. lie* J. 1 Pi siding ovei the I %  merited %  the (ll • I ulphiiii %  I nit ..lie %  he had (hi Quality" g) Umii pair 1 %  that ii" inn i I..11, %  until tpj ing %  i %  i %  %  %  I — ll' Strong Support the i" Mr. Husbands sulm. %  %  %  %  to ttattha %  i ^___ cumstances of the >, uiiltni i IK i \i i support his client %  than Waithes case. Befon enw ring th %  n Un> His Honour lol I was Mr. that his client Mi. Domlnli I l | %  rrineton, UM Colony's -ent pOOPtt to W De.ghton 6i pJ22J M CI .U a P Da Costa ?" J?""*"'/ coul nn L r1 port to th* ^ IM \'l 1h fom her. but these p< Windward Islands who COatO IK r( nil.. (Hi : HMIK MlH.f'M y w !tl P"'!>e Honour) would like to hear from tlon should regard It as an boa, ,,r reg^itttlng i sub-agreement these people, then Ben rur and an obligation to -upport The 286 ton I I relating to oils and fats between ing to enter I nonsuit Mr. Hoyos In his •ndoaeoui ; %  \ihrlhrook atrrlvod in port or. ,.,, lh ,. windward could be claimed thai Mr. H<> v afternoon for a ship |.-r the general frame, book wai reallu a child o* Ihol ""'i 1 <•' 103,000 gallons of mowo ,k of the Iteginnal Oils and .association. As for IwciV as i | f "' n \ h Offke. .V d ** 1 L !*' %  "*• h" attended (.iu. M. will load cargo for "" %  '"l" •> have ret bra nn %  v n anl and Orenada I % % %  ' %  '-. Luck. that ihe the next la %  • to the trouble Nad g arrived two weeks ago with of the Windward indS with headquartH | had said, nothing had cot '..da Mr Garnet Gordon. ,,( it., i. efTori Nov M H t the Otta. M. is CanUln Mlto ol rhe had gone ahead on I .ni.-re Mr . an He i>.. ML Wiiiu.iiAM t i. pei ... ROW Mill i %  I.. U -v ii ...ii 1 lo. I i. .od I | Uj luiuir, — led ii MI i i o.re. Boaea, QirtSi %  ...Iiav. el.. rsiB at i. ned Ussestes • i a .• i Naati Psgoori m t ream. I'lelnre -ser.es. U Ml blio i I...... sa So, t i**. jail. IU t u.Kitli Itrliatil. I lir SaOVS HI alii II I SI IhrtttM ."i Bom I prices Ireas Mo. u I1JS, II. Ill 111 til. ( llll. ItlS. ll.ls t' Kail. Marvel i t aai v Mnaa II kUnhansllinn, Plaaten Pi m its i ill mi | It.iMseii Nousat. .Hint A lli.u -wi Hutler Bealgk Bai loi lagar in Tina. Mm mis .ii I ll.. Bag! CAM IN i<> i>\\ IHD si i Bus ran sMraetlvi I HI IIV.I in •aaaltnuu L*B I kUl I "Joy" %  Muni at i" !" %  %  • %  Crepe de Clilin-" bl ••jn Bevlea I rieni %  'i Bo> -ill %  I i. i ibae Bat i Mi orin"" hi i in-ea "OanaMa* IrH %  %  > *tt. Tak*" %  I Ml Uior DloKin I Mv Bla" rl'i>ill' Aip.v la" "N" I i i %  IndiM llnlit'lLl.l I'l %  *. I Oil 11'S WHIUli ..I Sil. I %  <• %  SOICIIIII ear . not the usual quite umisi y In fai about now rulinrnent. HhowIh.r.ts %  i leearloal Home Asanaaneeg . attracllve ( isiiioi Jewellrrt a collection i.f line WaaOBsM picked up on trie way Ihrourh SulUerland. And Toy*, naturall>. from Santa'* (nllmlted. 'Torlable TypewTlter* will pVase many of vsu. by ll Tin-s liii%'.n the lol to llunte'a. "There you haw a lew of the Tree bending Items this < hrhtmis. LoU more to see when you mmr In" K. R. HINTE & Co., LTD. IN A NEW WILSON HAT ALL FASHIONABLE SHADES AVAILABLE Styles include:— Rolled Edges Bound Edges and Plain Edges with Narrow or Medium Brims I'riee* from S71iO up HARRISONS SPECIAL OFFER II • e PURE FUR FELT HATS with medium brims in Grey. Fawn & Brown HI BJ.B0 \ \ 1,1 US Printed Seersucker 29 ins. wi.lc Pi r yal.l $1.00 Printed Lingerie 3t> int. wide IN. yar.i 80c. Fine Oiio'lly Cambric 1ii in Pei MI '. 63c. & 75c. We "ill Ii mi, from I pin. elo luni heon Inton I o IL' noon io I P"Dial 2352 CAVE SHE?HERD & CO., IB). M. \2h 13 Brand %  +oot



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BARBADOS AliMMAll. FRIDAY Ml EMBER '. '"^ Chamber of Commerce Obiectto ExtraHoliday •'l hen you need aspirinSay Shipping Costs [TOMAN RECEIVES GREEK AWARD Plans For Coronation '*"'"• "*• %  Would Be Doubled T ^^-^^ %  %  %  %  R B.I.F. Well Advanced A MAJORITY of the mmfcm <^l the Council <>f the Chamber .-f Commerce haw oxpretsMd the4i disapS oval with tho suggestion bv Government that Saturday ecernbr-r -7 ixa Public Holiday. Nine member! Council are opposed to the idea as against live who pxprcs>ed agreement. Those who haw objected said %  they did so on the (round that if The day was decla.-*d a publ. holiday, thipping coati and 'hi COM of handling freight on that day would be douhlod. IT J orto felt that the four-day houdai I eased would entail i t irdahip o the average man who could D %  afford to store up f.-od for so lone pai d yeei Speaking on the matter at the ti*In retes for the Chamber of limlllH Ml f trie Commerce Journal will l>e U Chamler of Commerce >tM.-i.l-v. .leased by 50 pel Mr. W. Atkinson pointed out thaRrcomn.cnti.itlo.. some of the flrmi lected to thi hoild public on that day. Mr. Atkir.s->i he deplored the fact th men! had that In fUtur. adequaW netfa %  %  *• %  would be given Mr. T. Bowring *aid bin QrfP wae one which objei led i<> Use day being u puL.li. hi'. la) He i %  I that If the day holiday, and ships arrived. It would lucre eat the coal on the water front, which ev frying to keep down. Mr. A. S. Bryden suid tv Rates For Chamber OH Con:. Jnirrnifl \\ ill Be Ineresw d Recommendations ... -ho had oh. Journal Committee to tins eff. led to the day being a pttl ?*£* (I L "' d-y had M "' K lic thai they would be rtoatni & ""• u c !> r.ynor A au| Mr T linwring that the matter be rrfi-rred to the next Quarterly Gen%  ;i ar&Ezsi "sans" DISPRIN iii be Plan f< i industries W\ iHeoa are that it norc interesting aiui attractive nan ever before, according to Mi Aubrey R. Stank. OBI. H.i Majesty's Trade Commissioner in he British Caribbean and Bermuda. 1*53 Bntiih Ing and hardware ill advaii.ru at Birmingham. etto will New Section A prefabricated buildings s < • ton will be included at Ei i Court. London. Thia will be perticularly attractive as it Is bem organised In the form of a sm: town. It should be of great lnt< housing authorities -As the IMS Fair will take plac „ ;ust before the Coronation ot Her n dustrial concerns uch as m g*J*^9 r ^'g| | %  " >b, th II. thg 1Ilg companies who hav, to pr vide accommodation for emplo ana. At Otympin. I-ondon. there w be a aectlon displaying ami boats. thee* section' are new at should prove a treat attraction AT mi WHITI HOUSE, President Truman smiles as he la decorated with the Sliver Pboenlx Medal, highest award of the Hellenic Boy Scouts. I leant run Alexatos. national commissioner of the scouts, makes the prese n tation. At left, John D. Calergia, Counselor of the Greek Embassy In Washington, holds a piece of marble from the Parthenon, which waa also given to the Chief Executive. ( International; l-enefll to the Chamber. pointed out That n in* >f the •d to the .>nd U.ughl advertising %  They also doubted whether oth%  ',. whom copies were earn d d not IdaV*. Hon. K. It. Hunte | derstood fioverii'iii-nl to a-k the Council not lo qUtbb whether it was thought to be ex%  null matt ers like increased adpedient to du ll for the Island *>' veitising rates and sub-. i ii whole. He felt sure th.it glnotl Slid Urged them to let the journal everybody would t-* closing to continue for at laest give Qatar employ* th< holiday. He said that Barbados should not However he fell th.it becau.se if belittle itself in the eyes „f the the long parted, a hardship would other colonies •ted Ixith on the waterfron* Chamber of Commerce Jo and en those people who muM because of not afford to store un enough food for tin ling period He fv\ that It should ir tail to the option iif tlie people to give the holiday. Mr. J. o. Tudoj i i he did had nah Byid r by He was supported by Mi noe, and Mr. S. H. Klnch, Acting Chairman. Sugg Mr. Hi.wring that the matter gree that It WOuld work any ?,^ u ,d J* P'" lo /' their approval or disapproval % % %  not rupi U.S. Will Challenge British Jel Planes LONDON. AMERICA f is f.nnlly decided to challeniie Britain's jn An ll-man team •>( Government experts. nnounced li Wuhlngton, run bawn ^t up Ul plan let air tianspnrt. Home, who is Civil Aeronautics Administratjd trie f'-am would help the Government and plane producers to m't together "at the ear host practicable American. 1 ; have aovlad Britain's jet superior i ty ever since the first C.lu.ii s>r Oi" Ton.. ESftSr. IVonise To Tldj C-it\ POT Tourists hardship on tinMsaas. and in *ny caw the small com I WOUV] <] %  ISO pointed nut that the increased cost on the waterfront which had been mentioned could only bv "' respect the particular da) and not for the whole III However the Council decided to •vntT to Government |>inting out %  r the Ch mbcr on Speech Da\ Trinidad Clmiitlx r (JfGoiinnereeTliaiik ta • Frem IMI J. -. I' 1 Isse a M l S j maiontv ,w> magniilcent. for i 132 turned U->rmeov*d nf ,.„. ,isy being "^ : ,v •"•mmed on one day' 1 while holiday, and i n fJ r ,rs ng J "1 d lo ^ : %  • .'1-*n nwrnment that in ,," a Pf r,od 'several days ..m: .-.,i,. P no m ^ mv0n „, ; e result, we hope to ai .%  moments couM "' '** da >^ •*, This lOflua • •nneln .V "•' li i* i ["pulation tr. neai tlie hundred mark ; %  II •: v irsl l| em i ..ii liau, ,.. most valuable membei In .. cornmtinil> ; :..ishi,. lfl are awarded in honoui oi %  uiuimmously passed a resolution nd hum;., lo-oay recording than appreCU':""'•' l ''',' %  "MUM turn of the programi %  l-iodatlhe P. ferenc. ,n London to. devejopnu-n, .n ,h. wealth. The i.-su|ut,..., ed warnwst hanks to, ... i Oorat*y Mr. t.um, ..nl ilr. :t , Adams in the capacity to the Secn-taiA of state for the the vale of yeai W .1. LMegates IIV.II urrr.v iidni PORT-OK-M'AIN D Tnmuau ctuunl %  fully with %  up fur the tour. i %  I JOnj thein | tourist season. Mr s ii Kinch laud I %  % %  %  %  mat it wai a "first class idea." Hon. K K. Hunte hinted that ild ba taken lo rid tho %  i from the garbage can*, thrown on the street by people who acar.h the %  nrtdeace of begging rram %  n %  %  %  i Meeting on Jar ides that uable bree> H titly been heard In the right places for I thai Government •at will be agrees. 1 %  %  %  hope, in Ual airline i,may roceed with ttie ne It is inevitable that %  ooner or later Wg must do this. .ii i >w the UBU .; go t,. worst Together i incomr a cent, of information on jet deTClOpmants bv loaeplruj In loueh with plane makers, the arm^t : tboratorses, and ... .ii b.csorerally studied. Chief of the I George Haldeman, who %  head i .vil Aeronautics Boaids ghieertrn illirtstorj v A (kniiieil AjOCepfl \ II. -ii. I< ii Hull a An member hun as one oath DM N at ions and Wt i. twines." Mi.ii.nr Prosrranune Porturuj in the woi oi k irgil has been kind to bold %  for ou mme although lUl demands for >ntrv. W. arc hague" at the Cohferenci Mi Grantley Adam. U IdM-i-hdir, wl, ,h : ed that he though, that M U) Colonies at the partoy. The Chamber ggtfH I gestton that Hon. Allan Storey, the l*rosideiit. cable lha laxt ii the i-cbolution to Mr. A.ljn. Ri turning thank* Mi had addressed the < %  hamber i"i tinrecent CommonweaHh %%  i I i inference aald he did -:o not on his own hehs it half of my distinguished would b£ very pleased to know the Chamber had again initiative and expri'i^cii its appreelation of th Work dune in London. Addressing the Triiud.nl Chami>. r of i •nrnerce tins r i tjreek the y by vour . %  and re ire of you whkh n to us like t rock in a wcai Albert Gome-. Minister *'i LabWith you our. industry and COO DWi clorcd that Imperial r was "most vital to UnScot .survival of British W, flag UTTltorn apoardns on the • on monwea be ferenc : M and Mr. Aden haj* theherh. of which wen ror th.> %  I I i ting yc*rel %  %  I %  CM \s ORKSTINOa I rtw Coui Chamber of %  li 1 %  %  %  B aft. Oreet t i ng Co., Ltd. Thermal Energy Projffol For St. Lueia LONDON. Con '"'on* pn mber loth. Mr. our, The HaV %  retorv of the C olo n ies, Mr. when he proponee to liable to the GovernWindward islands in capita] as ei Iham implement the report of .. ...„ (pert, who i.ment on th.island of St. Lucia of %  plant 10 produce ttsernal energy from inl klphur -punt; available on %  Mr. Lyttelton replied: 'The i riimlnary %  |] He reported %  ii.it. befor exporunentaJ drilling il s piece, s detalsM eeotoglcal itudj of the dj i!ep. two gSSsniOlOglStS Will shortB.t'.P. Fair is being mad* as interesting possible for prospective buyers an i.\erse-'.' Mated Mr stank. niinuing he said that the Fair 11 be opened simultaneously in ndon at Earls Court and oivm. i and In Birmingham at I Brosnwteb en Monday 27th Aurd %  i will close on Friday. 8th May i buyers will be admitlad free on presenting an official | vitatlOn card. Tliese Invite* :.cns arc benu: i I ondon to lirms on (he mailing tot but the Trade Conunlssaoner "ill ba pleased to issue invitation ards u business people who have knady visited the Fair or who believe that their namt not on the mailing hat. 'I do not expect to receive my supply of i ritai • %  n cards until eeity IU3," '.d Mr. Starc-k. "but ..ppluntions received by me >o dwelt with when the cards rive." Advance and final editions the catalogue of the Fair are being published separately for London and Birmingham. Advance coplc are expected to reach Trinidad Febri As on previous occasions the London section of the Fair wil He. such si chemicals, chemists supplies, cutlery and jewellery, fancy good: foodstuffs, furniture, travel and li athei goods, china and glas ware, plastics, stationery, scien Tine and photographic goods textiles and clothing, sports good toys and games etc. The engineer Coronation Celebrations Tho Council of lha Ouunbei of l iviaed the ( ummittac Chamber was not cornB list of the firms til | In a Water ngaani during tho coronaiior %  OS, and suggested th mlttee interview dlrei the firms they thought interested The Coronation C'ommitu BfTOta to fie Chamber mformir. the latter body that it ; posed to stage a Water Pngeat. during a night of me Corone tl o CelehraUons>with decorated Aoal efl i d'U with firo works, ani nviting them to submit a list oi Arms or combinations of firms tha' i pared lo supply the d.enrated floats or nsslat In any wa\ In hiletter to the Chamber. rotary Of the Committee "ated th-d it was felt by his Commlttee that a Water Pageant • much appreciated 1>\ th' %  lunbai of persons who OOttld >ee it from the waterfront .ind the tches. and that it would a an ImprssaffQ item OB the programme Of the celebrations. SENATOR SPARKMAN ARRIVES IN TOKYO TOKYO. Dec 18 BfJcnater John Sparkn-an. Dem i rtit "f Alabama, arrli d In Tokyi on Thursday night on his round the world trip to study operetloni ot the mutual security Soarkman came here from Formosa. He will maki speeches in Japan. —I'.P•risers to the Bei I %  said whuU-vi i the fflii'. trade and finance, multil must nevei mean abend the sysien< of Imperi %  Prel ence*. Mii-.t Ho I ntphatic The British Weat IndU %  bo emphatic in their support ot retention of the Prefen I %  ..... v. I am gotna Mr. Justice Chenerj '. the pri/i,i lo him for i lothn and i %  %  %  : rudge i he land of th %  TIME IS RUNNING !" I T tern because without it "our D or, .,,.. .., ., ,-^r.u to nomy would bs decencelc \i .... ,„. ... h€ Gomes continued, "it is un. tic to assume that thr t hard bargaining in the fuim. itulation between countrieN in tho MerlUuj lo the prlze-wlnn' area and dollar countries over the Bolatton for those who proposed converttbilltj %  < %  It is for t>i reason that 1 much emph.i on the of hr.iHi, ... gest to the British Wl that an adequate slogan for u might well be a*e mu I have Preferences or we will pel Gomes asserted that the Import' onca of the economic that they marked the ::d of our policy of lha Conunonwi i sterling arc;, and • Another one. vertibility will not be i .-\ %  achieve. It must of slow and carefull] taking.'' in thl vtew m lina: could be n ids iltLmately to venture beyond the prote rler and regain its position as a medium of world trade and exhaven definite rial change the future of Commonof • weolth countries wou! %  selth F recurrlnjr crl'et A mot blueprint fot noHher prises DOT eorttfi u \ that effi it % %  --' %  *. %  ' % %  %  onb fillun \ %  n %  gall effort i^. BUO %  n in th. djoubt %  • seat and wk. alwavs remcml'<" V %  %  Not 01 i eoa\ ,,f th. W. %  I oxrr .7 i#o#ff /#:# i #*#•; m it l/OMf#.l> stir: And to s.^> ow wkt range of htatchJi \ • %  aa Gifts .... PRICES TO SUIT EVERY POCKET A Ship. Ml Khaki OPEN M I l>W BATUB1>AV. DECEMBEB M OUT__. DAYS rn \\ \\ SIIIK1S I'll s SOCKS -HOIS HANDKERCHIEFS .; UNDCRWKAB %  ^ Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE QIFTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on anv doy and get a piece of Phoenix Waie free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift LOUIS L. BAYLEY Of ii..n.ni Lane. Itn you need | Gift? tome to l-\EE-Dl GIFT and FLOWER SHOP Nevrl Idea for \nias I'rfsrnis Gladiolus and Dahlia Bulbs put up in Gorgeous Xmas Pack at no extra charge — Bulbs—Xmas Peek KHFF. AT U-NCEDA GIFT and FLOWER SHOP Aquatic Gap, selling agents for HOC! HEATIIFRHFID LTII. Book vour orders NOW— Come and select. We hove 26 varieties of Dahlias. 24 varieties of Gladiolus and some Canna and Aster Tubers. You can get anv colour of the lainbow in our collection Oorms. II i. NOW to be in get Blooms for the .ullural rxhlhlllen In uiai.v. Delay and you be too late. of Bulb ime tn llorllFebWlll Bulbs make practical and origmnl Xmas present. Phone 486—Party lineAsk fur lira. FitzGciald I -ME-DA (ilFT 1 THE U-NEE-DA" situated next Sanitaiv Uuindrv. Aquatic Gap. where all o'c welcomed. Pay us a visit -unie afternoon There arc time* when all women need aspirin It is then that the advantage, of • Di .prin' arc fully appreciated Because it dissolves,' Dnprin enters the system more rapdlv, bringing relief quickly and without the likelihood of gastric disturbance. DISPRIN to relieve pain I k*s Btll %  Coaipktcly soluble • Oakler lordfcse • Palatable Uafcaj swaseadasaraaa coiTTot' ^^^^^^ ajsaa i s. GASRA**> a to. B..Jinon— fa . right round the difficult S bend where no brush can reach. 'Harpic' cleans thoroughly and wntifically in the modern way. beneath unpleasant, old-fashioned methods I' Herpk' iright up-to-date d'e and sure. InM sprinkle in the pan at night, then flu' (oamOed lo pn-. tanks. ." %  WaVsW/ The Best Buy At Any Price NEW YORKER STATESIDE SHIRTS FOR MEN. &f riivc him A NEW YORKER SHIRT for Xmos— he'll like the style, fit and fine appearance. im MIRKKK SHIRTS are on sale al all good stores. policy Wl clearly necessary He the fu' THE LONDON SHOP LTD. EXCLUSIVE osNunonra OOTFITTEBS J UADl MMH-: & MADE-TO-OKOI IIS ^ I...W.I Ilr I Street Phone: I7S5 | W/.'.W.',V/.'/AW.V.V.V.V//AV//.W.VA'AV.W OVEN SERVICE ATTENTION ALL HOUSEWIVES /ne/i/r/e these on your Xmas Shopping List ^Delicious fMarie and Short Gale JSiscuits unuinable in )-lb. I'kls. onh_:l2c. per lb or per l-lb. only 2"c. Shirley Jiiscuits only 23c. per Lib. AND Crisp Wibix Crackers .mly 19c. per lib. On Sale at all the Leading Shops and Groceries. THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD.



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I Kill kl In ( I Ml I R II HARUADOS ADVOCATK I'ACK -I \l \ Calypsonian Puts Grenada On Record Pay A \ isil To The Land Of Spice" Bj i i\\ \i:i> $t mill LONDON, Dec. 2. UNTIL recent.) ealypio loveri in Britain iv.n Hacauainted with 'Mmmr' the one Irom Trinidad, "Rum and Coca Cola". Jamaica's 'Linseed Market', and 'Rama| \ Swan Street Merchants Cfomplain %  I tlloo < lam .1 n \;. |i < %  the lot v. %  cly unkaov : |g kno'.r. %  •All. Pel' ft drawn to the at" tlentlon %  the C lamber m %  • In tiny bodrootn-ri.il I Lh BARBADIAIS APPOHS TED RECTOR OF U.S. CHURCH %  \ Egyptian fa iVrii —.p. IXTIIK IMC'AKDO (ui has put llwtdl lu Mall ImtiluD.D., 'eh. Now York, PAHIS BvanlBi The h'*i llM Rl. I'' U to tin n Doncgan, D.D.. Prealdenl ol the French Hrpublu Vincvol AMI I I bare on Thursdav. % % %  . | born in; H Md %  i pi v ;de l %  %  %  %  t niversiij ol Pcnnsyh t pi HacMphu Divtnttj School Ir Wal hool 11 Uedtcinc I %  d ft a 41 ol the i i .,• the A %  ltd 1 SUU Colt r \ .. PlM i i i roan in the %  I %  You pay no moro for the GREATER EXPERIENCE tastier snacks w) II .'. %  It V. i mil) Uiey I % %  It || %  Wi.'.' .. e.dypio about 1 TV M ,.l I I : : %  %  .'or the %  in turn credit basis. it li House Delrnle On liarluulian Domestics M/^m/iS In Britain rii.. r i' Bumaroui socml Ih OQO who I %  (tend I nodded. ..n % %  I 1 %  UM c.iiibbean; all to the pedthe :<> .i,,,,,. ffbc prettiest little i 1 iroUon vos MOD i p tnatimes culled the Land i I front one of the I i who want up to UM U K tot i the Council u> -et up "• %  ' %  imour that the Social Welfare cuinamoB on had recruited dot i. %  .. | lo peel i i seemed • wal on of than : ptoH % %  "** %  • % % %  ,. lllnf adapt therm with the inclusion of an Horn foe In UM United Kingdom, there Mr (I l*lnw (L) ft I %  i .-iniaU. queatlon whethei the auii ig term M to th. U K I Ml .1,1 send girls up wanted lo return to U* U d] Durauta la UM *> BHrh "' "" l '"'" %  ; ls *•* %  seni tthe --"'' '! I hut they riuiy reUnited K: .. lh,. inland t.n aM*t and "•"" *" M1 % %  O '" re*ttv e UM Unuld w rw m-cd tor • in. < toying r.ri'iKn Butter Tmor in %  > %  ll "wai no ww in brutjri bo4Ul A wban there is S* u,,k tw Kit:it th.% wanted % %  -:..v in BrlUhl. Hie} could noi n boaplUKwlH %  %  i %  IK "|) tin %  clow. %  melndlf I en Binguu; V who is what wen coinj to do f: UM uland. %  %  %  I further I %  i nuka %  Social w. lb The vary paopia In EnnUmd ()l1 "" PW %  BytnJni over than who wara *iod la hava BarH '' k '" "' %  %  '*' '""• a KH! iMdian i. rub'"" %  •i %  *"• •choma broka uv .,,.,.. i ntract and luckilyJor her xhi not i;l.ul tn hava Jam study •?* luiisinkin the sjimihoapltl After thii offl r bra i ii"i th. '" %  -. U HI ol lha United Kingdom, M 11 Eron i %  ,. ., th ii 'his Art A ,s hounda i d wn b] U w. if.,..o* %  Phe MM Social Welfare Ofhc. Trees For Sftntn Clous 1 • loot. Avocado and I iwect. d mangoes and fUl %  ... i %  ill be sure U) tinmeal beautiful ing you \< III %  11. i.t Rleardo Bive L you his %  %  Afl %  ti" hi aald 0>U that "rbados to scrub doors. Some of . %  | UN t nevei Krubbod Boon K JSJJ JT \£ t UM fool that loma ol bataca but thay bod to oerub Boon ,. 1 ,..(, %  lor the fta-li it wai thai was the only wmj „,„,„., %  Knriand would i • ,,f nlievinf the imemploy< %  <-lies. COtourod Kirls. IM n,,. Mand. ojld like to know U NDM Annllier Odicer Wanted )& Another Socia, Weifare OB * ^"J H,. had beard ibtnfld M anpointod M.,m>r.s 'J lh '" ^*J '.*,,. Kins bad re•beuki anaa ..huh J ^ tf ?f t J!fl. T?* LJS5 ,. and he woufi b. wUUni '^ As u, the ; •„;;:;;; t ^Tite* i I.-: the ;.. %  .... ul one te.e..,, *l.v llir icirls were CO.ll. |u ^^ ,,„.,„ ,, ( H ll(1 . %  ., ,„..., about '"-: hack, u? ihould no) pact |iiVril hat waa happening to lha *•> ll wai a m. t unpleasant ,„. „„,,„.,. u it Uv irnounl i li : .iney WO for their passage. that i 1 hp r< lucad by $10,000 lh. n p il lt> IIAKIiV 1 III. 1.1,11.1 WTNNIP1 a The Mamt Govi Ihel rnonagad to "' %  >' on ones knees scrubbing uiul ., ln ,. Vllll i(11l | tgraad '" DS •., remain in England tor the full he would not doubt that aome of n—3 division. length "I :nv contrad Boma ..f tlu nub wonhultenng from a MrmN-rs votinR for the raduewliich lo h.n. i I aoOBi of fnistrntion especially If | ion w ,. ir> Mr. A F B 1 %  not rooMta UM IUU laniAta ol Iba '">' bad no hop,, vt geunu. i A VTHUami Mr I W Barrow •i • : onulaynMnt Mr. C I Talma, Mt 0 Aiidei. could n Invm fore* thing behind U %  • ibli had boon tor\i, r" Mllka Mi J K. T tbu_ H.IIK wealth for the part two and B half ^now whj btttoi emptoyBroncker. Mr J. <'• Mottley. M return now, Some Married %  toi ihos. n.i wi E ii Mottle) Mi w A CrtM %  crubblng tin thai ana ford and Mi Holder, also cert-1.blenut ottacfi~\ %  %  Deput %  idOi ii II O •d to UM oceupaUoa which th | • %  „ %  ] % %  ii'. voted ma Ihe rcduc! that's one raaion why this airline hat baan "first choice" of international travelers for nearly • quarter of a centu*y NEW YORK popular, Dtone> uvln^'FI Inri.t. EUROPE Haiu!.r sarvtc* b] t""" daclfsl .srrsto" Capmei* rorld*l fslfMl anlinfi. In l',i ,. RBk.> %  tapovoN in I ajd %  Wad PAA i li (t > M | ,lio fly to India aad th* <>iienL Venezuela fire,." Ill Hlglil pa I bpoanii Tea asa BOW ~t\ fAA'alnxnl anywhata in loot to SJ aad aolnoiea ot u OOOl PAN AMER[CA\ MfMtf/t • v its 0* Cs.lo %  ••••I t >ni r.it.. i Uoct, with ..n %  lalng dexterii I to t K lo KI "-dung i |ng the Dougl.e. Mr \V. A ,.vs..ges of the wtoi ai the Canadian and United Biota conv Utrae ajrh who had raturnad. trial I Ai" but th n „ m I Bear-. COCOnUl %  i' 1 ""' ** 1 i is*of the provincial -^—^—^—^^^— lions. island. %  Orythlng was done to explain • i the Kirls tha I the Barbad fford 1 "i UM ed to be ton I % %  %  %  *.,., ... | [ ( | WhBl ,h Ot I Fill Cl It \M He d.d :. i %  e provincial |ov< i I %  i ''" lt ror aUOW permits for cuttin* only if these Rlrls lo go up if II I Mil i-. win In ; %  lui ol tinol UM Uma toot Un raturnad after a protracted thai is f.. thickly stocked. "It to start a re-l :• [n recent yi irs, a number of Revolving Fund la OVEN FRESH SERVICE We take thii opportunity to wish our many Customers and Friends 31 Crispy Christmas. rut: VEST I\UI.\ BISCUIT CO. LTD. ! FREE ENGRAVING All pens bought ('"in Ul will be ngnvBd with your name or InlUali Ert %  ol ofaarga ui JtiraUtri V. lie I I >l V & tO.. I.TII. I 20 Broad SI T Mil! un* ll.ii'!' f and at Greystonc VUlag* Colman's Mustard Ic'* easy lo keep vurfjics clean an.l shininf* — ju^t |rre tin in i -IIIKI rtlbOVOf wild a little Vim on a dampJoiii everv Uay. Vim i\ so smooth — it won't scratch — leaves all surface polished and bright. UM Vim lor J// >-our cleaning— it's so quick and easy to use. VIM cleans everything smoothly and speedily &&5 Siamese TM IIIH larated cmcAoo, T>. u The Bra .;i* Roger and Rodney d"*ed In separate %  m thei lives that '•'i in % %  %  England f"r ion to cut what UM} term three TOOJ Nme fun," "table trees." These are trees Mr Crawford said •T1.1.S || a small colony and they Ol ..:!: OB pOJ BoDM Modi nod 'hat the about two fevt hmh. "ThLs i%  omallenk | no provincial government has _„,,,, .,.,' .,„„, ,, followed by %  for turned thumbs down on the re!" J"JL" h .I a ',, %  n month old hoys ind most ease. I>ecause if a TT,^' ". ',! .. f r-Idd UM "ulumate-outeome ii uniree reaches the height of two foot, "' mown..e of *"^ nn ? Roy BrodJ anould be I held pro) %  imorou i arc try% %  I nade to makr the %  ild be advisable to % %  i out how rat) %  [ smooth and spcTiii i \2 at its fir.. data need__ .. ... hours 40 minuU" to separate In* ed about Manitoba's forest re. Mr n^rr..!* H) said jons thai as fa:' Of bo ould see the wood to see Hence the five-year Inventoi them .; I, OS i.l Welwere wheeled out of the tho :-end in seporab Thr : v,.-rt (ni and the dians who could do the job of ernment. BoCUl WoUora Officer. I the Inventory In C er spent almost all the latter I09AOOO ol par: onlract le vh,ch I one end of the %  ??'•• ^ Bod Kingdom to the other tryln| lo It! ,-..-i there men, ears and ihat she would be auto to supply i n^ !" Vf L *,£ Ubour ,or l obB ln En* 1 "* boobotow lh tr n-e—the most p^pul.r TH. ,-r^ ir >... ,,-,,., „ m. tbnnota-41 rh L h ", 1 .^, !" ^ ,*?K. l K,'.'' 1 ?,K „2 %  %  C r Bay. enquiries about Ihla cheap labour i iGROUND ACTION LIGHT IN KOREA IM il II.MI TIII: IIIIIIHIIV NOISY ft WORRYING AT TIMES ? • GIVE THEM . A BIIX 111 CRAYONS AMI A FAINTING BOOK St will kasp Jthsm quisl goh IwuAi W<> have Heaps of... PAINTING BOOKS TRACING BOOKS • STORY BOOKS AND ABC BOOKS TO CHOOSE FROM • f E.Mtt. t#. E30*OMMl •# (Come: | 1953 TELEPHONE DIRECTORY li ADVERTISEMENTS ... p CHANGES IN I ~ LISTINGS The alUntl if the P Sole \;;.'.iis in conned %  I all Adv.rtlaeroonU I .linn, in llisplay (H ColonU A.lvertblug <".... (B*4os) l.iil ol Jam. I Straet, %  iwn (Tolopl I) c. irrespo ehaiiiira in I Ml. I ACMI TolephoM Comfuy, P.O. 1 PLEA IAL DATS rOR IN I iRY is I he ::i.i ..I mil Mill II ian Alter il.is lii.t.un i hrjBgea, Bstt. LMbafl etc run he Hindi'. • I ill! BARBADOS Till:, HONE Co.. 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I BARBADOS \U\IK \i I HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON HELP fUTiFr FLINT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN FRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES ft* ngn BLONDIE %  %  1 £ FROM N %  FOR ev .WTVUMCAND _/ 4 REMINDER BUY PEEK F1EAN BISCUITS TO-DAY. YOUR LAST CHANCE OF THESE ITEMS BEFORE XMAS SPECIAL OFFERS AVAILABLE THURSDAY TO SATURDAY AT ALL BRANCHES Usually MARTINI itoesi van* RUM ORKBM BBAL KJtSS NN. .. .. HICE l*K'.* \'l KTOU1 I SHEETG XMAI I'AITIi Nuu tijio $34.f" I I HI.12 S3.IHI SI.IS D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Tm Sir h iKr n• rich' %  A 111*1 J*M Trr It—*n M will b* SIPABI k SAMPSON (1938) LTD. f To Our :> Friend) and I 5 (.'it.stimicr.s . X Wf can Mill ni^iv i ;v !.?•.- MM mm $ nm AIM> Tip* f V IMM •> %  MIANr pad 4~W*a*al OBI >m I M-str! %  %  • Mil IlM < mtffaVB A*vl let* KMM i m & Ok, ud. i ^ I iid 9 Ro*!.uch St. $ I %  i ';.*> Pkftl WRAFM i I N \i I'NWIlM Pf IH.Al.ii >M-I < 1 I' tH i S |--i Roll I I'l'FI t It Rlt F I I I i >A n mi I in .84 MILL BEER HOLLAND'S BEST PREFERRED FOR ITS FLAVOUR AND QUALITY obtainable at all wholesalers and retailers EVERY RELIANCE SHIRT COSTING $2.88 or MORE CARRIES A MONEY BACK GUARANTEE A collection of the finest Xmas Trees which ivill last you for many years. We have them in various sizes From 3 ft., 6 ins. to 4 ft., 10 ins. at Bridgetown's most modern book store ADVOCATE STATIONERY Broad Street & Greystone Balmoral Gap



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r\r.r TIGHT BARHMwis ADVCX "I IKIII.W. ItUIMIIt.K III Mi CLASSIFIED ADS. HA\1III Ml 2S0S Dint I OK SALE U IOM.,1 l\ I %  %  Local History Reader %  HftUM l\ MIAinitl.iM %  %  i %  I %  i on HI.M s> .. >-. f-r S %  %  per cent %  %  la* a"ar| MM %  I had set %  . rccoinind su*a*ffUons MISOI I -Adtls riili.M SAXES 1IOUSI.S I l.i. PAKAWAY FUI room houa*. M Chilli^ lll >U]|ll. Monll.ll F-K IT* |.!U. ,' itranuil thai*. IN ADVANTI I .. A.\.\Ol INCBMENT8 Cli W i it MI tniiTWi i iini'iiiiinv Will all tht~who KLW1KKAI ... i II %  < ntmiM To all i" i %  I lift **•> Manda' IH %  lb 1? DAI TIMI: I-.-.I mri % %  WD la *• K.. f .... .1., ii Sur-aav I Mom rnVK lln* IM M a. .Barb.. II It at IM:IIMIMI Thr pial'hf *-r herafa '"mwl #anai g.vmr rrw I AJNE WAJ, c ..IT ...... MIIT.N %  %  % %  ( %  nywlf raspo -' la) i' or anyonr y a wrltia* anai-i ." %  I.IONP.1 WAirOTT %  i %  '-P —llI I '... I-—I I ''. ..ia ** %  *•' ( %  aravf. a. i % %  In apart ion anv day after I? noom n i.AHIIAHU *,.< %  .irin-r. | %  llm LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL nvr n i i MISCI II ..A Mini's ^ '11 '. '..II %  %  Jam tiark-d -tin I i n>* Tmnatwi j-m idnl AMI UK AN %  QYi \ nisi Kimi LOST WRPrT WATt'll I l Wrut •rhan La niaa* •>..*t %  rardrd -f> ..' Aavtvalc'a OaVf .1.. alll aIM la law I" I1SBV-1ZMerrfc DCmas ... Ilalllr. Unul HUM A.ia.,.1. •ON ex. D %  I nmi ii i %  I .. IK IMiaiM available and Had A %  11 HTM i^UALITV ttk.M .-la A tiki IVIK.II .v . %  g Chai I. pa| i P-wnmaral, U. It, liior-r or H M Jana. 1 | i '1 JOU. %  CAItltlAi.K WlfTIU* ll nl H L Hirlaan. HMnfiwu. i Jamin If M ll roOtPBars ABMSOL ri.rBPRAY* an %  %  tjuMk death li rilaa. ataaqml riH-krnai-h. Obtainable frmti all JIM Slnrri in two nm 11 ot ' %  UI.A-WAFF M pram to ..nt IM> InaMa la ', M n.. i^ < 4 i tn>hM 1 ^ I* Nvi Ih-W. %  thai . Ltd. Geo. Sahrly & Co (B'doa.) Ltd. Wt/K* Ttft flHGER'FIRE T OI/CHCS YtgJ %  fddi UWGUENTINE^< QUICK A MODERN ANTISEPTIC Tl'BFS AND JARS i on SALR ;: wiilii: roT\TOi:s_ tc to n i ^ lit lbs N N nMU in nil OHIONI (I3f. Ih IUJ.'i5 lh.— Stt.Stt rVHRI OaaataMOB-aSaa, to 18.12.52—4n. REAL FTATF HarlMitm in lhr> l^aid %  Th Pi*ld*nl said th-t It wat <'V f'>r Ihctn to i ijj -iirthc brcauie ,.. . writA i illcr was HV *ih-i.,%  i i SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay ""ndar CauU.. badM wi> i;ivni honV. -1 1 %  1 %  that or%  I.UflOK I III SSK MiTlfl I I M<>\ i] iff, tha IMh dl,> I know PUBLIC NOTICES %  % %  II U V %  IB at U> NOTICI: LUH'IIK I.HINSF NOTKI %  Pi Tl, IM o noui %  Api>li,anl appln .t, 1 %  % %  i %  ll Iff SI I.KU'OK UCEXSK MITIC-ITtHai^i :.. .,„ j) %  %  | i-i.-d .nor alU 1 ... JXh d..% I.K|rUK LHLNSF MIIICi; urrfrd and ii I S I, %  in iv H I.HM'I'K IK I NSI Mill, I %  \ HARPB \. r.. . M DM 1' i %  i %  II i %  J ft i ..ii ntWAi" i : I %  pp| r %  %  to read l far they Uon, Mi f. II Darki i *U ttal .ill what ii to b* aona. %  .if thr rraucml i K should bc boofci tor HfJ lllnught %  Hal thJt they I the I .i itaap i. had 2 %  i 'i approvaU, %  Maal IUIUI a w w.'..-•.n JntM-a A Co. i 11 i. %  .tan Aaanrtalion IM %  • %  •• % %  Daaak %  %  %  Steps To Prevent Increase Of Land Rents in Antigua LONDON In the House %  Tuewfay, l>*ceinl*r IRh. Mr. •ii-.. (laffbaajr, flag M .1 • tiepools. > aiked thr> Set-retary (tf %  he proposes to %  land renti on the Island of and whether hirider the r.il>l.hinenl of p .,nd M pri.cnt the evirttons IVom the tnnd ol Unieiany peasants, datalb .if wi leen sent to hn i. s. MU. This m.itt*-r is 11 %  .ance one lor th Oovernmi-ir. if Antisua. I am rttor and v.ill tic hon. mem.. his reply." -air In Touch With Barbados Coaatal Station • %  • MatM %  UlTuaaa .1 ( < %  ; %  %  \ V A.T>. -II. „, M ii'"'' urn %  %  SLa,an %  Kollxr.. . Vla*w. a .. i • Biierpruw. a • Kaaatrti WatMla. In his reply. M I I Moaunk. a a laikanff,rr, %  %  . %  Nifir Kirn. I ,", %  '-ff.rt1. fc .a! •>" ^j-iaVtw. v .., i ^ Crr.r M %  SHIPPING NOTICES Seatroll ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. til IM. I HUM I I IUII'1 II. Lord, Mari.iriv l-'d I I ciaa W— %  a.i-;\: H ara Will %  H IM.. IMIOK ( ^rVr P..-. Iwa.. Ci.l< .'onnaon. I MM T"IMIIAI> forthDar II LUJ\ UK LKfNSI \OTM i %  %  lih otbar nattan on thaii i %  i %  DM %  t Po Save England's Cliun-lii's tR^ IT .:.., —I n is Christmas SuggettioBM HM: i.nr I Hi in Ul PMol or Hille i I ii • RJflff Voietitlni' %  .ili Mhum Caiiniliiiii Nuliuiiiil Sliuimships 4in N Laushia lemlL MM; I>AI> Orliiiial-Odlmrr ( .liuUt r Brawahn Raaiaaa riii'i.i a larta Hiifk. I... ft .ri'fll Motur i I OB Ml M . Iterra Rrrord* < nri t.ln Bavaarana Bawtai If whin I'M Kills Still r HK sISTKIE . 1' > I \ |so Rrroidi BRADSHAW&Co. ... taatal %  \ Watson, J lltaK. • Q Itaw. M %  roil n II* t.e.lJ*J[ %  i bcIUIIMII u. iu u *,i people; bui Hu . I...I. l.urfc C I %  : %  i.Uiert. i. i* .IM... ...... Ilvini • Ri n e'i ,; aw ne ,i B #r^.n.. ,. ... %  „.: %  i -i.s—the one KOB putaTu Bico 1 %  waaataU BMsffs u— U. An... Wll.,m J.-t.-aa. %  I opentna oi r --^"" ois- i. %  *>-. Ad**.!* .,.1T %  %  %  i Da i •...II, im annual Oiike of Mtdlng a* Qd tineen Mary have also %  % %  made generous euntributions. Ul i. GOVERNMENT NOTICE Mil IMBOI Ml .sTtill'-ilrTt CDN niAii KM;FH lilN CfcMJIHK CDS COhaTRUCTOK CnN THUCTNS-rl.'CTOn TUN CKAIIJMUaffl COM t KUInKH c TIN CHA ION CRUlffKR IIS I MNITKITTIIH c US l IIALLatSQER 11 Jan. ii ri> n Trh I* Mr 3> Mai 11 Api Mil. Arfim Arrlaaa n...i..a... -I Jok> HaUfai 34 Oa. 9 Jan. T Jan t Jan IS Jan. IT Jan. II Jan. Jan. 4 Pah IT Mar. SI Mm. 11 Apr. %  i. I 4 Mar. IB Mai 4 Ap-. IB Apr I Fab 14 Fi*. 11 Mar. : %  Ka I) Apr 14 I GARDINER AUSTIN & CO.. LTD.i MM I I I IM I MM aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaat Agents. r-ta sssssa s v %  Bernard POR A: l-an-Wn I GIVE KOOkS THIS CHRISTMAS MAIL NOTICES ADVOCATE STATIONERY jsaaasa taaaaaaa aaaapaaaa aaaaaaaaataaaanaaawea as ^ a j^ a Shop at the %  Dl PrtCaS tDf* r.rri .'At.niid• %  37 which will he puoliahad In the ontcia) latta Decemb.-r. 195:'. L Ul ... njximum WlftalaatlS i-nd PStall selling Bvapaffasad" ."< isfal AUCTION SALE ABTII :. WHOI.FSALE PRICE KKTAII. P8K 1 (not n. (not more than) i %  •13.17 per CJC M x 6 >u. imSi 15c. per 6 01 Ufl 'Hx !tj ot tins 3u. pat Ml i 113.11 | %  Ol Cow 4. <. . i. ;n 14c, per 6 o^. tin .' '•'• i... nf %  i :•*• par ij oz. tin $13.17 ptr caio a) jft iH v |fl II ttin ...... .... BOOT ftSGBT To UMBBUK I AMJJSYNE Alt I HI Its RUM SO >i/.//// i v, \(u.i.av : UiIn-:, lo notif\ our Friends mid Customers that wc shall MI. i be open fur Itiisim-ss mi Saturday 27th December KindK arranyip wuir shopping accord* im.'lv. R. & <;. CIIALLFNOR LTI>. Spei'jhisiown. Bridgetown, Six Men's. 19.12.52.—2n. //XV///rV//AV,V/ w//////.v//.vy•/l*w. A^ain years of Experience tell in the Blending of Rum at the Annual Industrial Exhibition We have secured "Top Honours." In all Locally Distributed Rum and Falernum Liquor These Blends are served at the "BAMBOO BAR" At THE ST. LAWRFNCF HOTEL Mil. A MIIS l-l I I II MOIM. \\ LUll'OK l.H'l NS: MTI< i M.x-I I hi %  Wadttawaa %  1 %  A| Pal ADVOCAT1 STATIONERY QBI i ITONB. II \ -1 INC liis| Mir l.lllr -l>.ii> whera Uw Baal i SUIinnrrt Mhl \>> are nu\. N tSMnS %  %  i %  %  %  1 i * B BH % % % % % % % % %  m m tjvsrsr .v... m m John D. Taylor <£• Song, Ltd. Rucbuck Siuvi Dial 4335 NOTICE Our Broad Street Shop will o r i; \ i: be ...i.. A Uill r;ini:i' m.w in Mink — Also — ( HICK 11 l nuts. WATEB FANS, CELLULOID BORM tic. S|.|,.(i early Iron, AllTlKNK.nis J.k„ Si. Bl.irfoa at lo. JASON JONES & MRS CO.. LTD. On SATURDAY DECEMBER 20th until 4 o'clock and On CLOS i: II DECEMBER 25th. and 27th. 26th. Bat a SHOE CO. 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I-K.l II-. BAHRAIN >s \ll\li< Ml lltlllW. l)t.< I.MBI.K l. IKI SPOR TS EDITOR *S BA G Archie Moore Is World Champ i.nrr-s< imoi Hoys'Uub Lifted Joey Maxim's Match Drawn Defeat Police Light Ileavv Crown trwndb erst** !" J %  Hard i Cot saga of 1. 1 m fm UM l> %  %  .1f* rtlay I E sforrti Da* i -.and A Pol .,„. fr.ted un intermediate Polie •"•"" by """• %  The ***** ye*Urd.i> I Wi-dnrrin> in *V <1 78, h ".'-J ho %  v ""' ... ithei and dr.iA when lha wieket in 3tl rim ..leil Only two I' I MarrH mad* the inghesi In'"'•• %  "•h< d rtu*i.Sgurw, In tin nHual score 01 il lit the ( .1JrBl innings Hi. lege second innings, and In the ham and Griffith who match. nd 23 respectively. L. lit it I* would then I %  .,i for the Harrison ('.,liege hnttad Orst la of the Boys' Cl..i % % %  %  %  < %  %  >!:. Gmnih top scored '" run*. while K Bark* reasl M before (hrlng Scott an I*" Hard to.* three and two fir %  ...y ratrh off DM faiwIlssS, • %  2 %  '"'' II leSBjasetlvely \\, O Mae AI lister lop scored for rest only batsman who fa A Alleyne who 'he ""' mnim I N AUtyM Stit^tn ba I Bowling %  i I %  i N f B* 'iv. 1. tot P the i and thro 3 and E Denny and C. Lively. iGrlfflth two aech foi 3Q %  K\T.\VII POLLY" L'MRIG tR peeitvaly. nn'i. then occupied it" > %  ., IM rui kite! u %  %  kd had fall. %  %  rated M Bleat M %  K. Innlu followed i to his cred .Kurc* BT. LOU I tec. 18. %  %  i i ... .'led 15-round bout winning In*" lifih' %  championship crown last night aid su<.487 to BM the bobbing and v/eavii %  %  !-. convincingly. This figure i-. I baxing record, Moore expressed his desire to meet Marciano for the world's heavyweight crown TUl win for Moon upajetj the boxing •ppf< irl i icpactad this reauU A croifceti elbow i.. i -,i.,. to DM I old break pr esiea nearly '""" throwing straight rlfhta %  i i'< keep t...hi>ing and i o Moore marched ore on .. fooL He gave straight in, .' points KaiUm'j 74 Tha challenger forra %  rever Judge Howai I h* "' ; n 'Of Ihi % % %  82 and Mas re ha could i-end hti pectlvely, 1 nd rlghta •> the head. i %  Dui u loct oni p. !, %  -( %  in theli le i ody until It waa } %  i ,„. rod :is his bloodstained white f"i 17 runa IN 18.1 had B pOOi right whereas Ihr* l trunks. Thr. I I i bowtai In I1M4-45 ii.i.' log in i the otl %  lid l I. Wil %  il SiDunona opantoii a look 8 wkki %  hlle E Bataon look two Ul 111" l md tune hit up inc 188 Of tl SI tn top hlle E Grtfltth foUowed 1 nn with 41 W. Balson was the 'h ant not out N Alleynn. B Bi %  '. i u ...: and IH reapectiveb %  ---1 with 70 f-.i %  %  %  C ltM I Ol %  %  of 48.19. WATERLOO Ui Of lh 1MB \ : %  %  kei i %  to the t Mitir.Ak It ITTLE %  111 i m mi ac ..-% a mu i i I %  %  otaj be won on Uu HiM ol Tranl ced ui Ihi wicket which h.is become a %  %  %  to Nottingham, and lb. i is Hai ild linii. i. Kottlngnam* I will be 1 .i : %  hopes'. (iHJ IN S( IIIMH.S G OLFIt I taught on a large aeala In Briuah aohool uuhngthe %  :i will n celTc i *S leet %  %  i Golf 1 I itlon to llnbuc t-f th. Dg Bobby Locke and H EC WHO DROPPED BARNES MELBOURNE. ,..,m-. from the tart taam vMdi %  d South Africa in lha Flral i'< it I i 1 I Brown or the n rol? ThJ i it | t a complete n r knows yel who torpedoed Barnea tins time init a it iure tu coma out i" 'He wash within the next day %  Ion will e rumpua here All %  1 i %  %  i • i %  i I K*WH Hi" All-n. %  I I. ...... I W ll> I. Allrvnr otimui r iren i> Bi-nk-. 1. for 5 lor B. 6 l( , %  for SB. V l.:v m wiwi BNO ANAJ yaia lU( h rMiH %  n-lkr, llOWt.INt; A-.A.I \-.ls %  •1 I %  %  %  ... 1*. 11%. %  I Barker i h nvwtth niiftiii. ; | i B) || Danny II :% M Br.ly ... T II r-tH* aaa H..I|. Iiudo.n 0 INiltard n.mman h l*o)bnd t'h'lllrnini mn DM1 Orlltliit b 1-niiaid %  k %  njri I. Poll^nl ruiiii a l"l;i.f 1 A nelii knocked overtop in. ring i"pthan ba i must go %  %  %  %  %  on rubber lejp uiso in I b mil eighth rounds. Uoora favourad .it eight to five, I %  thai calla far .: %  • bout with Maxim .ma; to '. J and it" days %  coordlng to pro'.' rnotar Jim Morris, I If Maxim doe-; not d.iiii:i.l g %  return, Moore may dafaotl his i title igatasfl Hi n.mi'. Randy TUrpin Bx-middlr J pion at the end i l Meantime Moore misht go to Argentina W light some DOJi-tlUa •.i'ii.->. — I'.P. i a... i iub --a iM.r a MacAlli'K' 1 b u Drn" 14 r Stra.M no! oi.l II 11. i. 4 I'H B>>• J -1 nowi.iN', i fr ss '[,,1 .1 |M tketi lrtl !Nti ANAI.VSHi %  I in MAMo H.\:K O\ IHI i M.II i w K U.III TITI.K THAII. %  ( %  M..M. %  %  Snaaaed %  iva i peel V .. f 0 I I I %  %  %  ... 1 S. II\CMA featun %  %  vU t.f. Nav Bouj %  %  hut still clfth Outraged New South .v. %  that VIII.M Undwall M and Banauo i should have boycotted the Teal and bring the whole son but I hcyU JX> h Ii\ cw I ime By Jimmy Harlo HOWCOM? THOSE CRACKJ^NS WHO RISK' THfiR LIVES SCURRViMo JS THE TCACKS iNfRONTOFATRMM I A CAKS GO &> %  CAPTUBINO a unanltnons in-reuna decision tn MadiMm 8qiui Oardrn. New York, from Hent) Davu of Honolulu, Pnddy De M.rco. tongh litti* Brooklyn Ughtwi-ight. gelback on the nail of i title shot. Bpolling Davis'Garden debut, Pddy (left) land' left on Dvi-' upraised glo. V.S. PLAYERS* DAMS CAP WES SYDNEY. AUSTRALIA. Dee. IB. United Suites Davis Cup playMc Salxaa and Tonj Traban igisa vlctortaa ovei Itauan HI Bnal Seixas. nun bei U.S leno! i ,.1.1.1-1 dafaatad ft to Qardlnl, 7. 3 li B--3. R— H. and I Trabarl beet Olanti i tt—3. 6—1. nnd 6—3. Gardim seared the heavily tavaured Selxs by winning the Oral t" seti However, Beuas recovered In the third el m lo take the match gb bsj lha u.s ih.i:i-t In in the sin. itles ihi.ils. Ti.ibert easilj l it ll.P.I MANICURE SETS in beautiful leather %  ise Red. Blue. Black, Brown, KC, Remarkable value' See Your Jewellers V. De LIMA A HI LTD. 20 Broad St. and at Marine (hardens I In Harbudw* l B alir* DON'TS FOR DRIVERS • ZS--1 A MAFFEI SUIT Hji MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. YOU LOOK M il K BEST VOU FEEI. YOL'R BEST ANI> THE PRICE YOU PAY IS TIIF PRICE IT'S WORTH "Top Scores in Tailoring" P. C. S. MAFFEI CO., LID. ;---,*,',*>',-,---.-*-. a Don't drive with on the wheel. hand .lr-4" */"" I'm'"'''/*/ r Itii <,i ut imi THY SISCOLIN DISTEMPER I. Powder II.tNV AT'IRAiriVI. (OLOl'RS: < ream. Green. Blue. While. Sunshine a Bull I'a** tu u->e — ilmni* mi\ with MI. OK MATINTO FUT OIL PAINT In (ream. While, Green lor GAl.V. IKON or SIIINtil.K RGOFS . ISK Kill HAM) BARBADOS RED Paint In gallon and I gallon tins. PHONE 14'ti. 4267 Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. Note .— He shall l>e ( I.O>Hl . Illh Deeember. foe ^RISTMAS ii ml iuttialum I shirts y S5.40 $1.05 & 82.26 \ene\ i Ylltihir While Sports Shirts, collar attached. Shuri sleeves. >i-v 28 lo II. Each.... II.ui.I Tuinled Ties for men and hoys wilh seenerie. nf Rnrhudos. Each niisiihile Slriped Shirts uilb trubenised i..Il.tr ultached, Coal style, as-orted sleeve leiifilhs. Wi — ;I5 $7.21 Pure Irish Linen lien kerchiefs wild initials. stitched Each handSI.Ill Premier Slriped Poplin Shirts wilh fused collar* ultached. IMellent \uliie. Each .. sa White (oltiin hemslitched handker-/) i, t chiefs, blue & white initials. Each 0K.. wf.ST:." I'resenlalidii boxes with Tie and handkerchief nuide of Eoulnrd Silk in funr> designs. Per Box i CTJ8T0MEBS NOTE: We will be open lo business on Satnrda> -'mil from K a.m. lo 4 p.m. closing for the luncheon interval from I? noon to 1 p.m. $4.02 I AVi: Mil Pill Hii a\ tO.. IIIK 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET SJ.IK'I. v Mi|| |... |M-M lliroilullOlll S;iun .1.,, Mllh ll..n>. in <>l |i-k— m r c o la ill t-M-fy sliape isiiil slsl* .mil lei.Hrh ( M ir. il m SaKely*8 £^



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WHAl'S ON TO-DAV Dwdicaana C*tmon> and stp..h % %  %  4.00 p.m. Pull.* lUnd 1 %  -. | %  %  I I-ol < I ''.r UM c*u. %  . i.ISHED 1895 FRIDAY I PR1C&. : SIX CENTS AY S WEATHU RIPOHI 100 m.p.h. Hurricane Takes 8 Lives: Scores Injured In North Britain | More Blizzards And Gale Force Winds Likely To Hit L.K. Weather Delays "United States" LONDON, Dec. 18 EIGHT I'KRSONH wen feared dead in the hurricane which lanhed m-i"Northern Britain at speeds over lno niilen per liour in some of the wont recorded weather in Britain's niatory. Seorep more were injured bj stones and slatea torn from Ilj tn-i.of wind which raged down From the Arctic Circle in :i tempera • •!' mam .III.I sleet. '] i -1 th.' | %  Ili.HI the hiKhesI on record The .... bottled ipping in tinIrish sr and bigluth Channel. The B3.000.ton United 5 nr... \ • %  %  Auai tie left 20 houn York ..iiii i. I:\IHII ll\K nnwi Sir Thomas Takes Over \ew College indies,! !•''• %  foi New Sir Thomus W. J. Tn>lor, former Prlndpal of tha uni College caf the W. % %  • armed nl Exeter last weak id to take up his 0*1 Principal of the I'nivi' ih Colic*? of the South-Wcrt. On arrival. Sir Thomas, who was accompanied by Lady Taylor, expressed the hope that the college would goon obtain its charter This would ralaa it to full univerMiy tatu Hihad succeeded In obtain ins a Ron] charter for the University College ..1 (It.Wist Indies. ,„. ,,.„,,. iced i hnow sooiethJn* >*f tit.procsdur*.* Sir Thomas said he WM pleased %  • mil Coll %  ol 'V •South-Wem had a lare numlirr of OVI-I ; portant. hr at* colonies hud proper ly pCOBlc and (0 li'-li. trained Glad And ha r/ai glad <>i I • upporlunit> ol work with and to i i, b Ho Ml Iha Soul -u. %  %  %  blew hei against mpton docks y< te ; ... Ill PH t Liverpool and I uuiin %  n ii • i i %  Deveesahfcre, bringl .. %  %  %  : %  : Rivet i the davit iwn wars %  %  \ killed if Matwall ruj i hi ring in. i \ iid. .111,1 %  Warrlncton %  old ;:"'i wi ,%  'hr wind and f.lli.;. 1 i asualty "'• ]. .1 isai hi SI Thorn %  H night cd for hb work i with tht Iha Waal i %  %  %  bg Hi W. W. .I l_nT1 t,y the %  roHSCd the %  %  %  i Blackpool %  IF THI:Y IIKIAH %  i las • ^^^^. I^V5WBFV aVSaV^aiB ftp ^ ^M taKj fM ir*" JaT ar** -** %  5 S"*' ^ ,t< i ^^*3U MIt M E COX. MCI' Mi. U. H. Adams. Q.C. C.H.O (leader of th, Hoiine of Aasemhlyi -ml Dt If U. Cummins. MCI*, an here c*ti't Jay luoiiung ult*r attiidiiiK 4 nin-lm, ul tlie Uovenior lu Exeriitive Committee Mi. Adam* (invtd y.-nterdaj' ;uorning from London via Canada. 4 Dead: 3,000Homeless As Storms Hit Italy ROME iv. 1H. Snow, hail ajkl Icy rains driven by gals (Ores wtoda Whipped the Italian harbour for the s< ii.iiii toll wu only four, but :i.oon pnrsoni .. %  ; SoooV 'i regions perticularly betw %  Rome end Nnplss "I'ut I ni|iliii>i-. On Quality" The isle of Capri and iieial bouiinj lachlu and l*i<. Baj if Naples m with water nuppitef. u" %  %  lack of rueL Water and fuel musl m by tankers. One aMp to rraeh Capri laxt Dl \A TO Tolls Chiefs in-cause pounlm. kept it ricni renuUnlag n> the Mile harbour AM nta] < i'h to south wen%  % % %  . run* throuafi B at let rset it was still howsvei ten taat t • -1 ^v the topa "f the .... %  J'Alt IS. Dec. 18. North AUantl %  iltitai i i hlan %  I and to %  ..iiiy ovei J u.intiiv Taraata aat will uand the 1053 pro%  ranune approved al %  NATO Council rnsstlni held hers H Ol M NATO countries approved a resolution incorpolnts: flrstly rl lOOl and 4.000 war planes which the Buprenu Commander, flensral Matthew It. Rldsjwu hai at his disposal are expanded greatly, Iheii efhi ... . improved. Second!\ tinDOSI ol ,, %  !i %  : %  ... vral vlaita, arms i s rising continually and The diafi agi I %  %  II, Americans For French Army PARIS !' %  %  %  f:.-. i. Nat Iran nit.. %  ome eountrlsa will am cial aid or iinuni t ball the full UM frnni tin forces. ovsi quantll I in policy i; Ud. ..... .%  • %  lut JI n ' % %  i. :InUnited fought. They( | U The Asaei pa lebata C.P Mir. I II ha view that NATO Military %  till desperately %  d whnt the> need. lad to set 1053 de%  • i insstnu lave raporu m On l'a(c !i. Rfc-OPEN FACTORY Tt >KY' Hltsubl Industrie i,ur.,.nuers of Japan'xri pun log •' ii W u II opened iiAral p i %  .i begki DpsraUoni by rapataing American aircrsfl will inable to rnssrufaetij %  piste airplanei -U.P. Mr. G.H.Adams Talked Vhoui Ministerial Status For Barbados "jvamim asxmm nr !" si AW Kl.l,. Dec. u>Mi '.. II. Adnnu,, Leader %  I the BarbadtM Hoii i Aiwembly, said %  hortl) after i'inrrival '.> T.i .\ iiiiDiorniiiH rrotn i aiiada.thtil while attending tin Pittance Minwtern < nuference in London, he lind inan\ tallcn Rl the Colonial office iili OnViaU and Government ir.liii>_' the i|iii'-ii'.n of Ministerial StatiM for I Barbadoa. He added lhat "nothing a r a %  *• m a* • %  ''"•s jrel been deotdtd," tht 1 U.O.tfltlke liUl Seci ;.,:, ol .su.iv lor the Colunusa having Ins hands lull ul work in Kenya, lie li.nl to put nil an appoinl tin-Hi with Hie SHTetary ol Siatc mi three or four 0OCa> lil Uu^h Foot. Qoveiiitn .i| Jamaica, was also Ihaj'' and In' loo hail to pul oil ins gppointnsnts with Mi Lyttsltoa "... wsa . v %  ... 'i Dl Ha -' IDS PJ Sat rstsrs ol under lbs Intai ... ..I,.. .. %  ... West remuidei the Coni< i i taken on this "i thai mstlar mutht %  fleet Iha Weal i %  Ml .VI. in, |ld %  I po I n Uv i -'i' of the Colonial Ottos to how he rotor U il artul lbs inter%  Rule about %  %  nl d %  %  tin -a own viewi hb %  %  .. i %  Ai the opening oj Iha Conter. anted b) B • 'Vil set I,. I ... i ill .t da) the Mgarlan n an c an Ived ind the • onterenea Iha remalndei %  the Ume Aha IM> tood It It was up lO Hi.,. %  Ihej hka and "i"! %  tnl coul I mi ,.. %  '.' %  i ,i i ,ni Servant %  %  i On ler* vai n %  "very high level" %  nd there WSa nothing i .n hi Id add t in the Rt Tbs Coounlttse which drafted prised all lbs PlIncludlng the %  i of iha Bsohequi i Po "i. Irau iht amount ol [i nl w t thai has had III da %  reouir' Wood wOul i Ihe im %  oera in %  aw and bags) supplies all conply 0 f ,, g> <>" P*e 3. To Avoid Failure I'ARis. Dec 'i The iii ad St rriirt to save tha V'l inl P to ram through an "sMBterity' 1 S28o.ooo.. building programme ai slop itap until I iPnpsidi-iii. Hut v.dh North All. ml,, [,. a|j itmeii session in its Fourth oi %  ist day, that thai t-Koint; us geiegsUa ftghtrng a insini' battle natlona, fearful of than daunted b) tin u mtlMar] ngth US. Defai Robert K. Lovett tool NATO oi .met nipplj i onrtrueUos progyarrimt %  Mat tbev U Rldga ... i III LoveU -ai.t thai tha UM would i>,v 10 pel ..ni ..I the %  i sSn %  I not k hla miniaterial i i r. Qatholics Canada Will Annoyed With Tito W ASM IM'ION <\ th I ., ...-I (Uploi strain In V S Yltmo I Uoni in tha abrupt dip] i %  I MonslciH.i l'h. %  lifl %  -i %  1 I ths nun %  p Ui i i .' U '"i %  %  opt ration with Tito in t 1 lint th< State Department rental) i rare i.luctant to talk In view of tl .iiiilomatlt .ni.i domeetk rsllgsM • v lived Uri I %  39,000,000 t s .. i ed to .<-. i( t itrongty He aii onl: an ..' tack on theBn hurch at Ineull I i catholic Itrraktni: nf rel in Vatlcai and Ihe 1 i.: vernn i re Utura <>i Arehbl • %  StCplnar %  < anlmal Stepuinc --ill niti.ill held In Rome %  i %  %  man ..I the Apoatolic N Bel %  Itei ;i i ii' Baal Holidto %  %  Di bank indi of %  Uon 3 .if the R -ik Hohdavi Act. I0< Bai h Holl\ %  Act, 194(1. NEW CARDINAI BELIEVED DYING VKMi I, |u| [> patriarcti ••! Venw who w.<%  chaduli i %  i %  n next mi i I baai I at t.n k an i lei in Dei mbi I r Korran [seile Gets Priority ->RK Iks IH i %  %  v., arthowsi hi dead -not Korean w ll policy after %  rifei i intf with QSBSCSl MacCtmm xnr u:\m:n *MI III. KXPKLUm C.MUS |),. ( \ H Buy Fancy Molasses I IS—Mr. a n %  %  ran \toUsse* %  M the U.S.A., I i > ll by A i i ming that %  Molasses Ir K .. *> r 11 A. c Thorn ll ,ind Mr. two mem•r ..i ihe Mlsakw Is wt of Canada where they diaBd Aineri; %  on of shipand of %  Mr Kim; aald that they had U.N, Political Adviser Hurl fORK. f>oc. ia. iel polttiPolUb delegati'in to the I N hiona was an auto1 "> %  i %  ridKe ft %  Ing 1 .ii %  id was reirted In al condition. lUpl cuts. I ii followed ...... ... r < %  %  i not nil baa city's %  .%  —DJ. %  mai % %  ud Us. %  Hu p nileaflet Andrei -iii. is him unwortl and Indicated U I %  ..'. %  riiiii'.-i ,,f i, paper puhliiUi.>.l the i,.. iha ' %  -If reen Rot Geenaaa \jtgeutlae Trade :K.w.v. Of yloir—China Will I ..it h-r f.iioil-: COUlMBO u HAMiiunr: nre i. Th. Gen an liial <;.-. I niaii-Aii" iTiifht run Into ] %  idtfcsi. 18 hinu teun '" "''' ,,v ' %  lowing the .1'.. bad hai %  IU&1-52 season -r.r rved %  1 %  • • 1 . 1 1 ill .|l ( I.:.,., :,(. irii-i %  1 I mi _. . -, ibbsr annuallj foi IfltU'lt t^ltll'H Volt* neea varvmg by aradea ai to early revistoi t Chi 1 2i>0.frl|O tonit of i.'i .0..mail/ %  prtoi deral I i r tintr l\ 11It-il In If us Accident HANDSA4 RJE, BBS Dai 1 plunged from a bl % %  %  re lolled, nd it %  thougi %  I least 1 1 r Jen and sub^ lor Unified Europe I'll.KI'. H..Hand. IX.,.. |g 1 Dul ted ulmo>t 11 :> In favour of a United ttt ffl of a %  %  1 1 1reenthaHag i %  %  ;Poi a United Europe ?7.iun or S3 8 j>ei cent. Against, 1,847. Invalid ballot 40't '" ; %  %  *. | f — I'P. -Vf: foi tl.c BSSl four w*fkfar the boy and .: %  Top W .-, %  ., %  f.on Qtwan'a Collet, when they lnokr up yortarday. BotMm %  Coll* it a as they daahed Uuough tb doorway of the Hall wh'n ichool elovd for tht I mHollda-. mat \dmirul lulls Dei lH r pui-h' of K ed In Ann.i. ing for a Ac HI I. W -1 M was J %  ml r r. • llr* \11111iMill1 Suril Vt-riiimilh • i*.t.iri 1 mm n l v ori • (•• %  O lllfilHI \\ IIM(The West Indian Favourite) • Sum 1 in 1 (Wemmerschoer No Ij • Van |i*r lloiii I M|IH in • >l* .IIIIIM rfwessnl Tnblf %Vin MM i MS Oloroso Sweet Jonker Capero Pate Dry Amontillado (Dry) K. H. V. Who Wlmm mi Ml Tim** 1 baa Wlnea far raw llasfeBaj %  •|.|... mrnl .11 battled bi K v. Oatatand gaaHl) unbeatable rtee


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WHAl'S ON TO-DAV
Dwdicaana C*tmon> and stp..h

4.00 p.m. Pull.* lUnd 1 -. | I I-ol < I


''.r UM c*u. .

i.ISHED 1895
FRIDAY I
PR1C&. : SIX CENTS
AY S WEATHU RIPOHI
100 m.p.h. Hurricane Takes 8 Lives:
Scores Injured In North Britain |
More Blizzards And
Gale Force Winds
Likely To Hit L.K.
Weather Delays "United States"
LONDON, Dec. 18
EIGHT I'KRSONH wen feared dead in the
hurricane which lanhed m-i"- Northern Britain at
speeds over lno niilen per liour in some of the
wont recorded weather in Britain's niatory.
Seorep more were injured bj stones and slatea
torn from .....I- lj tn-i.- of wind which raged
down From the Arctic Circle in :i tempera !' mam
.iii.I sleet.
'] i -1 th.'
| Ili.HI
the hiKhesI on record The
....
bottled
ipping in tin- Irish sr
and bigluth Channel.
The B3.000.ton United
5 nr... \ Auai tie -
left 20 houn
York ..iiii
i.i:\ihii ll\K nnwi
Sir Thomas
Takes Over
\ew College
indies,! !'' foi New
Sir Thomus W. J. Tn>lor, for-
mer Prlndpal of tha uni
College caf the W.
armed nl Exeter last weak id
to take up his 0*1
Principal of the I'nivi' ih Col-
ic*? of the South-Wcrt.
On arrival. Sir Thomas, who
was accompanied by Lady Taylor,
expressed the hope that the col-
lege would goon obtain its char-
ter This would ralaa it to full
univerMiy tatu
Hi- had succeeded In obtain
ins a Ron] charter for the Uni-
versity College ..1 (It.- Wist In-
dies. ,. ,,.,,. iced i hnow
sooiethJn* >*f tit.- procsdur*.*
Sir Thomas said he WM pleased
..... mil Coll ol 'V
South-Wem had a lare numlirr
of ovi-i ;
portant. hr at*
colonies hud proper ly
pCOBlc and
(0 li'-li.
trained
Glad
And ha r/ai glad <>i I uppor-
lunit> ol work
with and to i i,
b
Ho
Ml
Iha Soul -u.

blew hei against
. mpton docks y< te
; ...
Ill
PH t Liverpool and
I
. uuiin
. . n ii
i......i
Deveesahfcre, bringl
..

:

: .
Rivet
i the davit iwn wars

\ .
killed if Mat-
wall
ruj i hi
ring in.
i
\
iid. .111,1
Warrlncton

old ;:"'i wi
,-
'hr wind and
f.lli.;.
1 i asualty
"'
]. .1
isai hi
SI Thorn h night
cd for hb work i
with tht '
Iha Waal i .
bg Hi w. W. .i
l_nT1
t,y the roHSCd the


i Blackpool

if
thi:y iikiah i
las ^^^^. i^v5wbfV
aVSaV^aiB ftp ^ ^M taKj fM
ir*" JaT ar** -** 5 S"*' ^,t ^^*3U
MIt M E COX. MCI' Mi. U. H. Adams. Q.C. C.H.O (leader of th,
Hoiine of Aasemhlyi -ml Dt If U. Cummins. MCI*, an here intl OoviTiiiiieut Houn* >c*ti't Jay luoiiung ult*r attiidiiiK 4 nin-lm, ul
tlie Uovenior lu Exeriitive Committee Mi. Adam* (invtd y.-nterdaj'
;uorning from London via Canada.
4 Dead: 3,000Homeless
As Storms Hit Italy
ROME iv. 1H.
Snow, hail ajkl Icy rains driven by gals (Ores wtoda
Whipped the Italian harbour for the s<
ii.iiii toll wu only four, but :i.oon pnrsoni
.. ; SoooV 'i regions perticularly betw
Rome end Nnplss
"I'ut I ni|iliii>i-.
On Quality"
The isle of Capri and iieial
bouiinj lachlu and l*i<.
Baj if Naples m
with water nuppitef. u"

lack of rueL
Water and fuel musl
m by tankers. One aMp
to rraeh Capri laxt Dl
\A TO Tolls Chiefs *
in-cause pounlm.
kept it ricni renuUnlag n> the
Mile harbour am nta] <
i'h to south wen- "
. .
run* throuafi B
at let
rset it was still howsvei
ten taat t -1 ^v the topa "f the
.... .
J'Alt IS. Dec. 18.
North AUantl
iltitai i i hlan

I
and to ..iiiy ovei
Ju.intiiv Taraata aat will u-
and the 1053 pro-
ranune approved al NATO
Council rnsstlni held hers h
Ol M NATO coun-
tries approved a resolution incor-
polnts: flrstly
rl lOOl and 4.000
war planes which the Buprenu
Commander, flensral Matthew
It. Rldsjwu hai at his disposal
are expanded greatly, Iheii efh- i... .
. .
improved. Second!\ tin- DOSI ol ,, .
!i ':.... vral vlaita,
arms is rising continually and The diafi agi I II,
Americans For
French Army
PARIS !'
f:.-. i. Nat
Iran nit..
ome eountrlsa will am
cial aid or iinuni t ball
the full UM frnni tin
forces.
ovsi quantll
I..... in policy i; Ud- .
..... .- lutji n - ' i. :In- United
fought. They(
|
U
The Asaei pa
lebata C.P
Mir. I II
ha view that NATO Military
till desperately
d whnt the> need.
' lad to set 1053 de-
i insstnu
lave raporu
m On l'a(c !i.
Rfc-OPEN FACTORY
Tt >KY'
Hltsubl Industrie
i,ur.,.nuers of Japan'- xri
pun log ' ii W u ii
opened ii- Aral p i
.i
begki DpsraUoni by rapataing
American aircrsfl
will in- able to rnssrufaetij
piste airplanei -U.P.
Mr. G.H.Adams Talked
Vhoui Ministerial
. Status For Barbados
"jvamim asxmm nr
si aw Kl.l,. Dec. u>- Mi '.. II. Adnnu,, Leader
.I the BarbadtM Hoii.....i Aiwembly, said hortl)
after i'i- nrrival '.> T.i .\ iiii- DiorniiiH rrotn
i aiiada.thtil while attending tin Pittance Minwtern
< nuference in London, he lind inan\ tallcn Rl the
Colonial office iili OnViaU and Government
ir.liii>_' the i|iii'-ii'.n of Ministerial StatiM for
I Barbadoa.
He added lhat "nothing
a r a * m a* ''"s jrel been deotdtd," tht1
U.O.tfltlke liUl Seci ;.,:, ol .su.iv lor the
Colunusa having Ins hands
lull ul work in Kenya, lie
li.nl to put nil an appoinl
tin-Hi with Hie SHTetary ol
Siatc mi three or four 0OCa>
lil Uu^h Foot. Qov-
eiiitn .i| Jamaica, was also
Ihaj'' and In' loo hail to pul
oil ins gppointnsnts with
Mi Lyttsltoa
"... wsa
. v ... ,
'i Dl Ha -' IDS
PJ Sat rstsrs ol
under lbs Intai
...
..I,..
..,....
West
remuidei the Coni<
i i taken on this "i thai
mstlar mutht fleet Iha Weal
i .
Ml .VI.in, |ld '
I po I......n Uv i -'i'
of the Colonial Ottos to how
he rotor U il artul lbs inter-
Rule about

nl d ! tin -a own viewi
hb .. i

Ai the opening oj Iha Conter-
. anted b)
B 'Vil set
I,. I...
i ill .t da) the Mgarlan
n an c an Ived ind
the onterenea Iha re-
malndei ' the Ume A- ha im>
tood It It was up
lO Hi.- ,.
Ihej hka '
and "i"! tnl coul I
. mi ,..'.'
i ,i i ,ni Servant
' i On
ler*.....vai n "very high level"
nd there WSa nothing i .n hi
.....Id add t
in the Rt
Tbs Coounlttse which drafted
prised all lbs Pl-
Includlng the
i of iha Bsohequi i Po
"i. Irau iht amount ol
[i nl w into tha drafting of the Si
i ,i that, me
i oaunlth iftw i nil

ml I tn U
ii ..
n i hai put] w'"" 'ha draft i inv bsfon Uu
poftlct al Ihc top of "l; i ' Iht
.'' unUl f
m ha been isfi
:. i Korasn i apt rl rnd
SB and hike.i ofSI '
.\\l III \ xww
Bagasse Overrated:
A Cosllv Problem
LONDON.
BAtiASSI mtial taw n
In tfa punt. Mi '
directoi ni Mr1.' i ssaTch for B
British newsprint firm said in an address on raw ma*'
for paper In th- don,
Wora I I

it othpr facto
... .
statements thsd sugn> t thai
has had III da

reouir'
Wood wOul i
Ihe im
oera in
aw and bags)
supplies all con-
ply 0f ,, g> <>" P*e 3.
To Avoid
Failure
I'ARis. Dec 'i
The iii ad St
rriirt to save tha V'l inl P
to ram
through an "sMBterity'1 S28o.ooo..
building programme ai
slop itap until I
i- Pnpsidi-iii.
Hut v.dh North All.ml,, [,. a|j
itmeii session in its Fourth oi
ist day, that thai
t-Koint; us geiegsUa
ftghtrng a insini' battle
natlona, fearful of than
daunted b) tin u mtlMar]
ngth
US. Defai Robert
K. Lovett tool
NATO oi .met
nipplj i onrtrueUos progyarrimt

Mat
tbev U Rldga ...
i
III LoveU -ai.t thai tha UM
would i>,v 10 pel ..ni ..I the
i sSn I not k hla miniaterial
i i r.
Qatholics Canada Will
Annoyed
With Tito
W ASM IM'ION <\ th
I ., .
...-I (Uploi
strain In V S Yltmo I
Uoni in tha
abrupt dip] i
I
MonslciH.i l'h.

lifl -i

1
I ths nun

p Ui i i .' U '"i
opt ration with Tito in t1
lint th<
State Department rental) i
rare i.luctant to talk In
view of tl .iiiilomatlt
.ni.i domeetk rsllgsM
v lived
Uri I 39,000,000 t s
.. i
ed to .<-.i(t itrongty He aii
onl: an ..'
tack on theBn hurch
. at Ineull I i catholic
Itrraktni: nf rel
. in Vatlcai and Ihe 1
i.: vernn i
re Utura <>i Arehbl
StCplnar <,anlmal
Stepuinc --ill niti.- ill
.
held In Rome i
man ..I the Apoatolic N
Bel Itei ;i
i
ii'
Baal Holidto

Di
. bank
indi
of Uon 3 .if the
R -ik Hohdavi Act. I0<
Bai h Holl-
\ Act,
194(1.
NEW CARDINAI
BELIEVED DYING
VKMi I, |u| [>
patriarcti ! Venw who w.<-
chaduli i i
n
next mi i I baai I at
t.n k an i
lei in Dei mbi I r
Korran [seile
Gets Priority
->RK Iks IH
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Buy Fancy
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' two mem-
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Is wt of Canada
. where they dia-
Bd Aineri-
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and of

Mr Kim; aald that they had
U.N, Political
Adviser Hurl
fORK. f>oc. ia.
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PolUb delega-
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four w*fk- far the boy and
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lnokr up yortarday. BotMm

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tb doorway of the Hall wh'n
ichool elovd for tht I
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II Jack Wilkinson
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of Becks! n the first pni*. a watch,
n !iy. tba aflond prize. .1 pair of
Mr. Lae 1- with the RaW rant Mi J -
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wax la-l her. in 1MB |NTKAN8IT faan Canada yaf-
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arrived ye-deeday aaanunc frw.
Canada by T.C.A where aha it >
the nursing staff of the Ro*al V
laaadial
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aimaig tiir- ,* .fwawt taavini
la. Tiimuad yaataVday by
b W.I A llr hat ajana v far tax
Phrsstms* holiday* and will to
nark aarl next
iimmlng b- TX'-A far
ran Mi ind Hi C 1
OraM
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Rotfa Oraol and Sdnnc
at Upae? Canada <'*
thai he had been residing
in Canasta smor tl.'i and am -
Trinidad to spend three
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l-iid a holiday with hi* retahvu*.
uint. Miv
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hunch.
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bbcaii For*
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Stars For
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We take Sail opportunity lo wish
our mane Customers and Friends
31 Crispy Christmas.
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Mi-. BurviU. a Barbadian. Is
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MH (' *1 ANPI 00* rjv'eiii in Fl.t fat* v
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an i.iah"'
but thr 00M of living w.i
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PAYING his fourth YlW vra^ max...... and I 1 J P
Prmdant of London Co '"' '""' m Hrmik-n
MiK-hinrry Cm U4 of London M. \. Prrwnnrl wj{ JAMES VANDKM OH H
Canedj H-- UliVad < '" '|*I1HHK Tl.A [.nmtl Who lal ,i rlitdrnt i>l luban.-
lauminjl by T.CA. accompanu-d 1 arrtafd ye*U'rday im^ning frrv l*hillip5 lAd. o( LoodkM I I
arlto and will DC ban IM arlll ba irmaining in Barbados un- land, and his brithri Hi
ajaaaaV holiday .1 1 ., |aj jajhaai Uaty lasin b) atuddnl at MeGiii Univcr
aad T.C.A. flighl for CaaMaU. m Barbados to spond a holidav
,, . ,, They arc Mis* Sybil K-rr. ho>laa>. w.ih thru paxaoU, Mr ;md Mrv.
'i"l'V> itirlfitlii} Mr |Hii|ip Amsbv. puraer nn Robert Vandrnbergb o| Tfi
CONGRATULATIONS to Miss Mewiird and Mr- Gerald CWafcay, Fully. S1 James.
1 land oi i'i< 1 < "I-- navigator, who IW :ill stationed at Rirhard who Is dpBBj
1 ii I ml R dontnaj, .....unt it McGHl will ba
.,1 KOW Hi'd. who laltbrato lhall While here, they an gtaaatf at Hot three weekn while his brolhrr
1.1-day. tin Oeaan WtW Holel will b- remaining for
B.G. Barrister Achieves Fame as Singer
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Our JSest ^Wishes fur the Season
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with spaiklmi: ayi
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BROADCASTS loik SONGS

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,] a young man sing it
ill and tin- tail I
to hi- true lovr. a gul of 'he
i.i. h.uinted me ever
since h<* said.
DM I'., riinidadi-ui calfvaoa, laWata
afl .< psiica i'
rrligfeDUa maatana " < atfajat when
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gold ;uiu rUainond Dai i
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old tn thr faadei
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i iddeni IB
the rival i.. h' -ag i*o
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mUttorc of
Ming, heard in BarbfM
Tiiiii akmc Rnaahai "' hai i^i-
ourHa ealypaoB, latUag a some-
what ridn-ni'iu- Btorj i
Irir priest who fc> caught ir;in:
t*. baptiae a ram goat in a man-
irovi Mr iDlkrwad thh i U
of a ahrni II nrnrd in
Ti inidad.
Ml- 1.1-1 UVn M.IIK-
to bin i.i
the Jsmairan h.lk-'inger One of
them araj 'Wittci ronir I
i-l littl. balMd rompoae.1 bj
If] U.nnett herself The othei
was a banana loading sung. Hi
which banana loaders who had
Men working nil night
..ml thi- UUugl '
this to go home lo bed.
There are few arttstl
Hnll*h Guiana anKHl| Ok
i olony of Waal Indian theatrl '
folk m l-!id whn will do a great deal I"
enhanca dm raputatMci ol w,>si
Indian mu-t. .ml cultura as
whola arnong IMUibo, whn Mul
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TODAY ;'i A- !U0 pm. AMI CONTINUING
jvely lesli* Caion (swlhail ol
An Ameiican In Paris") on lha siraal
jf tough guys, hot tunes, and temptation I
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FRIDAY IkU UMBER l. |S2
II \lill\IMI~. \liWM Ml
ru.i iiiui i
Modern High School Hold Speech Day
Principal And Staff
Are Doing Good Job
JUDGE OBBNEm
splendid work ths-y ajwdota. for Um pod
of Barbados which li so dear to all of us "
But as he had Mid
for him to Indulge in
BOWB theory of thai kind, W:
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lb* school being
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GumI lw Modtra High School
terclav. Mr. Justice J. W. B. Chenerv. conirratulated the chaol Old scholar.
Principal. Mr. Louis Lvnch. and staff of the school -on the c,uld no doui-:
. .
The pme da.v was held Mtt. endeavour" hj said "asld*>> wwjii '.' ,1'w
packed headmaster and hi. staff rely on , Barbados and I
. I-re..' upport. ood- ,, h,,^, ,
I ,.l rules

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m
Globe theatre
.hifh
to capacity with ehildn
guardian* and friend*
ill and co-operation, not onjr

modate the large numbti of pan- ;
pie 1(1 MBSIM il :
The pupils of ihe fifth form un.lt
staged scenes Inmi Shaki Cuiiurutiilatioiik
-Twelfth Night" art: M: Chener)
m liis_ speech remarked. Il is . n oll the spi,.,
BAGASSE



...i i
.. lirallfyinK to see n school did
which has only recently surtssT is ,ood of this little Island of Bar- ,' ij. ...
In a position to put on a p.
duction nek ,- .,. i . "
mead, i
hearty corwratul.itioii. to n- ,- . whoU. |,| ln ,,. U(lfk
tertainment me. ha in| and which as
The Play was produced ,ind increases calls for fraatct efl
directed by the headm.,-:. M ,. rtlon o his part.
costume, m ,,, , ,,, n|Kh ,nldl.
SKVSAM will not
: i ,..i crtchat
pital. m 1
L*. >.- loiaed Ihe
I


i on laming Hi .
rnolitun puIq be a

Lynch took chargi
and Mils Barrow, make-up. The .,,, n,
cast waslEudene Arthur a* Olivia that he will not fad
Aurle Clarke as Viola. Joan laale ,,., a ahnd.
Kans ind Ir most
lianiiu. beeaiu** it .
....:. [or fuel
.i a
I thu.tt we can loki
tBrtUsh
during the.past I
IhlS barque -M ....
e^wah-d ;: "m;;" jg j*^ 8 r; i i,.u,k, 'S had
' Twelfth .,.!."V,..:.
Mr. Chenerv said lie had
Maria. Ronald Thompson
Orsino. Ethelbcrt Thompson
Sir Toby. Kenneth Walrond
Antonio. Rufus Lavlne an Sn ..
Andrew. Harold Chandler ., n excellent entertainment In "f ""* '">" "' **" ""
Sebastian. Stephen Lyntonand that connection ha had t.. o-Tei "' ">IS < hool is entrusted.
Anthony Mason as first and sec- ban BchoUi bin
ond officer respectively. Stephen ,.f the staff who must have given >cars of Ihe school *ll in the
Jjvnion as Valentine. (.rain rnudl of their lime and trouble yr< '" etn* who" ""
Proverbs as Malvolio. Keilh Cor- t. the pr.-lurtion will be continuing on n>
bin as Priest, Louis Burke as would I growth look bftck
^ ^ n Ballov " rtl with pride n In trie
ami Diana Humphrey as Oh. production fad thai they ,,,
attendant. Anthony Ma acted as Curio. dva
Rufus Lnvine a Sir Andrew Web a performance of Twelfth bada -ind tha
and Louis Burke as Feste giive Night .r ny.otlirr Shakespearean
outstanding performances, production. Apart from the le.irn-
Lavine's gestures admirablv gave mi that might be derived from
life to his words and he showed hoofcg, the artistic and culturnl nr ncadmaster in proa
that he had got into the spirit of value was bound to be of """j .T m
Ihe play and his part, [-oui- Rurkf aaUmablg of "" Lordship. L
giivr an entertaining perform- "' OUtloOst "t Md Gentlemen.
a nee. He played his part >o will h* great pit
i in
VOTIIIX
The fashionable Vermouth
. I i v Wl
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i ad to maka I

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Uld the cultural ground of school which ployed "*,,./
huh i.ee*sarlly a great part in the advaiut-n.enl "Si
lepartle.,..- ..i,' and cultural, of Bar-
Twelfth bode.
Hi .kIim...i. i s IE- (( i
gtand haani
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I i should Ilka ..; thl
Many old pupils have gainee ,

publKLy Itt then ht
'hrtr.nes are
il Messrs. Cabl. ft Wli ,m),x.
Gulf i
. *.e have
Uni Th.> bah
, ''hool l;| HPho h .vom,
l l mutt single
c\l Lynch and
that one was" apt to take him f.. "II WlFtmalj natU)rin| to
a girl. '.it ,i lehool which has only '"'" "' ,hls chooTi third B-ai
After Mr. Chenei> bad ii'-d on it* waj I m - Bpaaul Daj .ii.i pi at-ajhrtni LueUh Kaon blla Hut o
speaking Mr. Ward.' ami In i<"'> OB ' production '.....ltk
of the school, mov.-d a vote <>r ueh . hava arknaaaad today. Thl lima hai cone I i' \\.
thanks. it -u"-.!*,- (or tha Intaraat which rand"
-Mr. Chenery said that it was 'f>c staff take in the school and ihlp, The 01 aaatl nafthai >! th.' two
I von grr;.' prfl' ai '"' ;h' I'i'eiejt that the pupllt gain .1 during, the pa B-d tti be at scho-M
lie asked to attenii and distribute Ihtmatlvai uke." will see set out In here .>! araa not a
I Mi ... ii in July i9'>i n
successful winnan who had done day* fnr ] lulfa In we war -
ao well in the exnrninntioix which then' I Aeiiievenieiil-. In Sawn
had been conduete.1 durlnf the the" on->rtiir.ity t. expatlata "" o| tha Ottford and
past two ri .. h.ite-.ii the) thoufhl should Ik- JquH Board Ml lli't *ir incundons into the l\el
ntratula-
and objett i.i -
passes were gained


He eongraiu luted those win
had won certificates ond priie. either at tha partlculM aebool n tarroi work, this short ijenixi iy- haphaiard ond sporadh we havi
ond said. 'T.> those vA\o In In general. He. howavar, did not ,I1K nr>cessa'rv | n lii1 ol In '"' -'-1 Iriendly games Ol
spile of their endeavour btllad u'1 ,tx',x on that particular occa- lannkl in which we engage.'
to achieve a pruts, I win advi-.i uon than na I U Ination. havlnn defeated codrlngti
aiul exhort them lo rontimie then '......nmsnl on i- j,, jj trge. Combormere and nil art*.
elTorts and rndenvours baeauos cntlonal Ihaortai which had Hood- hundred and ihlrt I tal'l 'he "'
the mare winning of a prir> arrtly, Not was ,,- ,(ll). ,.an(u.(.,. u.inK da- A ctal
' mention. I'l el*.!

An Ol \-oeiailon
I
... i| raunlona,
1 further

film-show
lo the
. . : .
lining; and
in i wa bop* 'tie> Mill
he conttauad during the ranunfl
A .
stioo di !> bnhnni *
ntj d Hem .-.I. 11
day, l)et M v,
I tra .ind gen-
ernl alin |
ad Barbados re
not the greatest achievement. The ,"
I
whether
serving
| refei
asJaad

Caller who Bo) Tli. [lunnei ii|>
passes in nine sublecl- elaBI f"i tha
i I. n. cession. Alvcn, Oullcr,
English Literal in Hi ol Ihi

striving for a price is aomethli technical edu-
more woiihwhi' rhal cation was the bet)
will build up t- Ihe Modern or I'aiha-
pupils and younj Ihe doa. in general.
S^i^T^ra^l^ Kduc;,.i..nal Sdrm ^n'd S
their life work before Ihem." That did
He said thai it wag In the effort not given thought to their SdUd
made during su.-h torn
that the future cltiien. of Bar- which it mlghl l> thai ;' icltool bousa In UUia mon ,.. ,
bados WOUl ilirpnBei than a U-nn I think he desei.. Bo
not too strenuouil) unpres* upon 'or *'hieh publi. .... Han
both past ... f pended. Far from that, each and Iwn" Brv-'n ' ""l ' '" 11 to
the school, that it u.i- up to them 'V*ry membei of thl MdnUlnlng I ft* '
to assist the headmaster and his had, and wa- bound to u- gnat- part* > ord by passing m all
Zealous slafT in the gi-od work h eoncerne which they had undertaken under possible BVnuc of educational ed.
auspicies which he hopiil were endeavour and seeing whether '<< P>pm in lri Irtl With text-
nothing olher than splendid. 'he theor, f Cbnunerci \. i
"The carrying on of a achool ,l,,n ' Barbados was in Inn- with BaJSnlnatlOB I
\* an undertaking that demands lha best modorn I ill e- set out in detail .....
the Inuhesl of human effort and ovei Ihe world. your | Ithou ie.y-i..
>f can
.
i i .
PublV i
ii ...in lo ex-
tol
tni muga-

Texi lt..oks

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n Fresh Mouth
AllEfeyUig!
A NEW miracle looil p
grrni Mcntaaol now gives you
sa/er teeth and gumi. and a gfcna.
fredi mouth nd brssih all day l-
doein'l juw "coverup" mouth
odours for minutes, it d*\ir^\,
Ihem lompbltlv.
> Mcntjsol is green *ecau*e it
contain* active chlorophyll
Nature's a> of turning the life-
giving energy of the sun into
healih .md freshnei*. No wonder
chlorophyll work* *uch nunth in
your mouth'
First, the adtH green .
phyll in McntsUoJ nop' i"o*nk
ixl homr%' Tcsis have been carried out
on both men and women with
"had hreath." Hour* after bruth-
ing Ihetr teeth with Meniatol,
M hid no unpleasant mouth
odour'
Then, Mentasol's vhlorophyll
help* to build firm, healthy gums.
Successful gaga on user 1.000
CMuenlt prosed ihiv %
Finally, this chlorophyll tooth-
paste icdn.es mouth K d
..use dc.i. dasiroyi germs
(hat cause *>idv i aboraUM
.tiers sesj chi- protection'
Millions ol Amcr^j/is use il. Tis
he mmiy freshness of this green
toothpaste ihai makes Icetb bril-
liantly white'
Vou
aafcfaa 11 nr stasfi m aM '
tJLr%**t~km\ TtU Chlorophyll
ITldl I vTsWI toothpaste
.4@s*TOSCAw
H i p
Hoip PREYEMTiooth DECAY
ZJU p&MQjttt&i I
Pracenf oo#h decay! t'se i
b-ii tiin.i casan bnasdoi
firOunK UITIIIM T.-Mh Vttm
npot
in .
I.niisi-si i..,4h Pn- help- r.ium
Ucawta.
3. iisiiKiNi i.mih pan ,....., dtii film wfcldh
holili haii.ru sj{aiinil MOOB g
3. lajTUiHi i"--ill Nan reaa aahsi a> raaa
m,..ih arJdi
ruoSJiff vrilh iisissiNr
rrduir Oiiih tin ( i-ilnlti
Mb V*
sfiei
ST) meal help*
. I tspoually Important for child ion I ^_ ~~
Made bv lha mal.it .1 famaas USTIRINI VNIISIPTIC

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i:\itu\iHis \i,M.' \n
I mini P8CBMBEB Ml MM
ba^adoSjAad^ati; AgriViiliiirul IKMrelopmenl
By ERIC WILLIAMS D< puty Chairman. Caribbean Research Council
m> A Frtdaiy, DmWr l. i>32
tlOHl I AVIS
:iv to im-
pose a tj\ on enter*.i which the
ted for payment is the
'iment to
U outlined in
ihe mei:n,:an.iu! an of
n has
airi. s'l t .urease the amounts
rtomg and excise dutti
on October
14 The entertainment tax has hitherto
bee I .x on cinema
II the bill lists Exhibi-
Iball and sp- i
''
Liazaars. Labour Days and Race
tthin the provlaioni ttley in A Fiscal Nur..-\
in entertainment tax of 20 per
cent, might be introduced and he suggested
that $70,000 might m cinemas
General Assemblj brin,; in
about $6*1.00-
entertainment '.i\ is to be charged on al-
public entertain-
ment with the KCVfattOfl of thoce speciflc-
allv exempted ranees fairs the
proceeds of which are devoted entln
religious or charitable UK
The m Bntertati men! tax la to
be charged on all kinds of public enter-
rtl meetings and
UlMtHcal performances will
'specially as A Fiscal Survr\ of
Barbados gave the 'hat onll
cinemas would be affected by i
ment tax* Or. ind the addi'iun
nl ten per rent on entertainments cannot
I rdship alUtough the in-
nments may re-
sult in decreased attendances at cinemas.
sports nuttings and other public en:er-
to whom entertainment
lax r'l :' Very small portion
Of the total increased pru i
mcas-ires are taken bv the
government to collect m-
h the programme
tion b ,: plan.
i if 10 per cent increase on cner-
Uinrm: I inoffi kv method
of raiting revenue This was the destnp-
1 by Professor Beaslev of
: I
ommendationa for imp.
l*rUlni no) followed bv
mendatioru to increaae individual
rates of income lax Mis excellent adx ice
taken by the |
hose who will bavi rtairm ml
Iaxes provide (or larger in-
'' ear Nor >^ the
tax on entertainment the Anal Install
of the policy proposed in the momoian-
dum.Another Mill U to be int.educed into
I* ncreM6 tht' ** on
sweepstakes No one can object to an in-
I lax on betting but it must I
In rrdod that this tax d noi he
;tr'i;'l,''h': b?donoi
mplj to increase the (.
-vernment Had the omer-
tainmem tax and ..
mled in- increases in fan dv
-I education allowances ,'r
" thej would have
eon* wuieiv by^niajoriu of
I **y are hkefv to be
I as additional burdens and may iS
some cases decrease attendance .( pu ,, c
S23
Lsarsfvs
-a a
in
n
w.d t,
t I...I ..
lib ill IK. "Ofs. .
I

c in hin!
the horw. and .
u an ,,r..,. k. *n a. m^clKmrou. I
UUf f rial
1
. I
I m
designed to Incn
"
mem la*


tmrmi i and the prcsp. ei
'' :
increased taxc* has fa



tain agtn
U
fond rrri
CMHUmptJ '


crops and '>- , -.-
s.
*alj.Msi
of needed I
'-Kl'l
vitamin*
thi coir '
Q&Dg and

I
U aa-

Sunar Lands
War II.
'
Tobago, whil-t In Jamaica the -,
a(reae cull i
doubled. In Surinam th. *J*;

between 1938 and IMB.
The acreage uiuler COCOnutl al 0
has increased, by two-third* in. ;4,
i.mana between 1838
iMO, b] am as
:
I40 and 1950 A

I
cllned by one-sixteenth
1942 and 1950, Ihe eff.
titastrous burrl
1951 are not yet
rter between
1949 and 1951. whilst there was a
raaa in the raw
' |
Uaf decline of
o in 1950
-<-icventh Of the
On ihf otl

waa nearly
in Jamaica prodc.l.

The Fir.: Sasujn <,f tn Wen
reaaed the
Import nr- of fed promaing oi.
' a regicnal plan and
.ad by
ission of the poten-
. le<| I.alitl*. for food prluctkm and
and hat %?**".,"*._


rwaUaai t..
aVvelaeaBaei. Thi*
artfcrkf ,n ataaeaai vimiur
field *T afriewl-
taml '1'' '' :-fn-iil inrlitd-
. d market-
->ntn*,
inereaaad
19W
Other I -mI (rup>
.ane iu:der ""
The libduitnal Development Con
' 1'L.erto Rico in
bT^ne-hlf to IM2' ""c'"* e foT,!e7niaj 1,st '* "*'-" studies on
to the



recommt-nded to thf
Comm'salon. some peogn
been made in Individual tarrt-
Outstanding Devclopmrnt
The outstaBdtpn developmenl
' !
Jamaica. Production
more, than douL'J be:
nd 1949. As a result, Jamaica
has 'topped imp* ting condensed
r-nlk. and earned in 11S0 from
much as
1935 on Imports
has also made progress
he num-
ber Of Kl
increased by one-nfir
1942 and 19.W. of lime tres l>*
thiec-nfih'. and orangj I
four-lift'. :wo and
1930 the Incra
paralleled by the decrease in Uv
product).: 1. 1 .
are not available to pel
panson over a i>-p
age under citrus In Ti
Tobago; all that can
rta, eaperlall.

The acreage under <>i
tobacco. The d*
acreage n $
nd 1950
Ihe decline in .i
too in Puerto U.
between 1939 and 1950. and in
the acreaea under lobereo, one-
fxfth.
As far as food pi

plsce in rke
increased by two-thud-
i*h Cuian;i U*
1950. and by th
Surinam

Jamaica, where th*
enth between
' of pigs.

it hum*

Jama
; >'>' in the commeal indu :
art/ doubled between
n agriCTd- ]M5 and 1949 A*
f.irming in Jamaica imported no commeal .
Wi 4.683
I i: 4o.48a.
' on statistics of canned
.: tables arc not ..vailable 6"ut
-i produriMn and th- progress mad* can be parily

vjxtrta have
en from 2 tons t'> 470 lefia be-
' rwaen 1944 and 1830. The exports
VC in, reaped in valu- from 141
turn of the "> 36.369. In 1938 Puerto Rico
!" rted 349 tons of canned and
' i vegetables, valued at US
1950 ,ia exporU of
":p product avail- canned vegetable* akme
J The
, ;..nts for
aatpoi .
to 7.100.000 i*M ari eat mdica-
'ire pro- "l '* Puerto Rkan progress In
1.400 000 Ul"1 "pI"1
I dchlr nils and Fata
"'.ur. rroer-ing ,; tJSS&g)
u > laid c.t cdibi.
n Jamaica
..I mcrcaaed by one-Afth btwevn
IMS and 1945 and IWD. and prodjcllon ol
I Li i n,-half Trinidad and
iho Tobaso's production of .
- .cd by onc-aeventh between
IM and ItSI. Jai
d Tobaao. and Barbadot. which
niporlvd all or some of th?tr
Tho in- rciuiren ents In 1938 had become
In 1950.
<> example Barbados
.irlarlne
J* i. -mutes
SlMll'llHt 1 i "M P'd 165 "ton. ol
Ih.,JZt f Win, and 101 Ions of lard
he other hand, the dajal
acre.ae has exceeded .... ld rum
To Be I .stlssHi
A VIM HUE in \m HIHIK
A l9rV%itlklll Is l4a,lk'lkcl
November Fourth Qm n -1
!
is ih* fourteenth Republican to
hold that high orncc, and
during tl .
ready there are
('resident
"Ike" ;(n unparalah
to display the ...
almost throughout ih.

'
War II, and also with II
Of Peace which so far \t
ad In N a.t.o.
< s no less
W sang the
bard of i :
the one. marches forth :>
for the other

d States of Aihth hare been
toriana aver that their :<

during tls
preceded the election ti
waa warned not to elect a militar>-
man The people a
tak,
60.000.0(H) . will tell
how rtghl
er of the high ofBcc bin
write tht
yel unborn.
I read the signs aright when I
i thought Ei
w:mld be


a monument more lasting than
' of more
;
thoughtful votea

ct-.-i a ta-i.,-,1, led poUtfc
ptivn bmg teitnn
all), fmi, i. trpreas as
the iriU 0/ iha i-.n>(.;.-, nd iraea
effect: i.
menf. lr b f*t |
poliiii-o; ,.;-...
for the Mote, ihar l| should be

and that the opposi-fl podrsral
fxtrty anoaild asi
Of oi i
This qui
great Demoi
Franklin I> R ,
1932 at tru- end of the !:
'fegime- -Jt;
'.
'
1
Calvin C

but Ihr a

.
'
H ll.irrir^ U.ll.u

1 quipment. An
">> visitor to Barbados
Mden.-e at the Marine
I the phone at regular
' rvall of ten and fifteen minutes
0 delight-
!:.. rd whcn.Mr. Dewey. the Repubh-
..:.'
Bnc el -. I gaily with
Ithi attributes
i result '''' "," "" and likened them
when the
-western States swung the
in favoui of Dcmccrat
hi soUd south re-
m''-' oeeame quite
W aa clear that Mr
nunan would go back to use
pen w House whi.h he had occu-
4 stnre Mr Hoo.vHt's death
vlng *" b " ;ds for which *he afterwards
I a|| .pulugiaed. but I was tickUd when
riierspec- *" 9aW, If I could gel near
the enough to Mr. Truman now .
'* :- ' '' be another elec-
. ,{i tion right away."
\ oar? tater. living and
..I, moving among the folks who make
the up the pc>pl- of America. I ran
1 did .-.
Hera is the u*h<>le
tter wk thrown at a I be thrown along with the
:>, boot case.
ng President Truman warned Ike
dead cats, rotten eggs, and
told. Human spoiled tomatoes' being thrown i
direction before the HawaiB
r.tfht thi*
ien: w
U talking

He knew what he
about, but his ail
hiaajrcdictlon



t tnd w, of
:
'
.1.1
If
now al] over The
>M1. has almost en-
'i awij and In their re-
Ue placea people are aetthng
D to meet the change. Ibje*|
'"' W of riembers for his
.;- cabinet nava opened the eye* of
those who thought that he would
i the tele- It led by Mr. Robert Taft [ke
***, ,h* --ems, to be standing on his own
-efreshing state
of affairs in high places
Of those who failed to win.
h.aJv*. Won that
Si ..Itogethe
out 1 beliew
.< been a good
level, or SlevenKin !' ,. ,s carrjing on
Roosevelt
-ned. He ts an
:he gift of
rt,irJ ea to* and vouid have de-
teneri with his lire-
'
) it man* granted him
the requ-: h. ma.ie when he ad-
dressed the caucus of the I
u ar- delegation to the Dn..
He told them,
v .n'tdid not
a grim with to be a candidate for Presi-
! nsrvq i i "messtem-
intally, or phy-
U >b. And I ask.

: mate me
tar me If 1 should be





ttw people has
Vnrnca and the
..ed World await the
. *.* await th
A LITERARY (O.YNNTION
B> K V TW'I.OK
28 a monk arrived in London after
, a hasty departure from Paxu and ant
noble household as a r .-
Prevost and the cauae el hta ti
publication of a work which i
edition became the celebrated M
caut. For an Abbe to In ,is the
author of such a work wi
and Prevost thought it th
Me entered the hon i
Eylea a former Lord Mayor an M P.. as a tutor fa
could never remain ti
by 1730 he wa on th run ifain
to Holland.
The Eyles family was one
tions in Barbados, as influential
was in England. At the end oi the I
and beginning of 4he Georgian period mem-
bers of this farmh-
and forth between Barbados gnd -'
country. They were agents and
for all the important Barbadian :
this time and m rary will
and dei^is contain refereiu<
The two most men1
nd Sn John i
I Prevoat but i
in the early year.-, of the loth C"
Joseph Eyles. whose brother Johl
one to engage Prevost as till
A glance at contemporary
with what regularity they left tfa
by the Powers of Attorney
and business transactions by the Convey-
ances and Moi*.
to their London oflice and tin y ;il-.
agents. Thomas HetharaaU,
the early age of thirty in 1710. left
Ouyduy Hall In I
Eyles to pay his debts and
wind up his affairs.
U It of the Barbadian fan
property m England left it li
Curiously enoui?)
the English Eyles family was at its peak
ot proapatity, conaiderable refereni
other Eyles' are found In Uh
of Barbados. The tXHUMCttori I
established but the chu I
striking similarity. On 16lh A
Thomas the son of Mr. Thorn.,
Sarah his wife, was bapi
Next comes the marnaire of .John E)
Sarah Horner In lttO, and ll
daughter Saiah was bapi
In 1701 another daMlghti I
in 1714 John, the son of Captg
Mrs. Olive Eyles On and on tl
years that correspond exact I) with "
ily's connection with B
baptism, marrlageaand bin.......i th
most of them John,
family name--.
When Sir John
in England in 1703
the last important connection
with Barbadian afla of their wills
were recorde on information of tht
ter closes, and whal
after he fled to Holland in 1730
had to flee Holland and return to En
from whence he resumed nil wai
Eventually he reconciled himai <
church and obtained a post as acult
in the Conti household F
joyed the fame ol Illl
and other literary works, whfa
exception are forgntten tonaay
txceptaon is the brflU
EITHEIi WAV IIUV PAY
lu \l ui i.i. ROGl Bfl
WASHING
IN Palm S:
have the choice IIWI
film at home or going to a cine
way they pay.
Those who stay a\ home W
a slot attached to their TV let Bui
owners without this attachment will
able to dial in the picture
HENRY if HEIMANN. p omciaJ of tht
National Association Of G
need to know about suci.
believe in any buiuaMi receaaioi when re-
armament .spendir. .. iment.
\\"hen this spending UpatJ i will be
lowered. Then bv
and consumers will have more I
*
INVITED to Ircturr at Harvard Univi
Dr R A D.i\ i.s took 117 day.^ I
lecture hall from New Zssalai
with his family in a 48ft. ketch and
hurricanes and : t
son.

' F.EN McGRATH Iha B
* I |p A] i i
Stratford^>n-A\*on'.s
She is (oln|
noing with \'.
'.cut.
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"1M1 Mm .., rot. ui;'-;"'- Borwo
ii..in i i- roi J|
THE LITTLE SHOP
I I,,.-.,.. -l.liui.rr. Buiiami "'"'' *"?*_,
rasfla.il h. l.u. am. Lrlon, ..d in, aM aaaaM .<
Irnm l.undan and >' \.
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XOTICE
Our IIVKIIU X It I l>. |iarlii..nl "ill be OPEN on
S;,i,irrliiv 2IHh December until I p.m. as we ill be
clattni n Saturda> 2"lh all da>.
UII.KINSON a HAVMS C. ltd
c. s.
PITCHER & CO.
Illl KUIIH STOKES
Cinild he one of a
doren e\ciiini>
wrprleag from
our Menswriir
d.p.irtinent . ,
EVENING
DAi AND
SI'IHITS SHUTS
BveaWf Shirts with soft and
hard fronts. Day and Spi.rls
Shirls wiili closed, open and
T-neekt,
A M E RIC A H
SPORTS
11E S & S 0 K S
Novel doiens and strik-
ing colourhut Socks
include sober black Silk
for Kveninc DfMe.
p AI s i. \: v
Silk TIES
The famous Paisley
eealga in silk Tie"
and llandkenhief Seta
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
run is wtagtK i
M \KRI\ MS f havr .
QwlMt MuffrU iMi kat i'un Kiii-i aaker Oati lawga pjea THE SPECIALS
iUh Cud .v Raaateri
"p.-srs. , li,,,u,.- FOR YOUR PARTY
i rl,t\ Bafl
1 od Rors
\n\e LM 1 alilcrnla I'miv.
1 l.lLWl-a NUI
Krd I iifrsf
(iOI.II HIE \1|| Kl >i I'ul.h II...I t lirrsr ( t.ra-sa- Itix ults
I *r l,| SI tis per Hot. -iii-r line 4a i'ki
I Gel Jagi *i*n prr ! < -..i-. tn im-
IVnir Hams || |t arr lb MirlmiH in i*k-
i reata Pr*a
llntrn -ir itikrnr-
lf-irn |'rarhr
.1 A It R\KI KM | Krd \|-|lr.
Minimi ( hanipainf
arr .nli fur M.....i. mmm
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PMOAV DEI I mi:i 11 |
Local History Reader
Approved By Barbados
Elemental*) Teachers
AT THE conclutlon of Mr J C Hammond's lecture
"ii "Education", Mr K A H .v. ..;dressed the
ting of i he Eta
H ted by the Pi.
Mi A and the Executive Conn
A eok about the book he had prepared as
a history reader (or use in Elementarv and Secondary
Schools.
BAKRADOS \DV nvr
SIIAIIK U ATI.11S
Mr Hoy,- explained that the
idea o." such a book had been

Union : ]'. .
conference In Barbados in 1M6.

ference of West (ndaati
drawn from aln.
of the Carl)
booki ihould i < i ttteu on local
Vachl Sails
For Anli OverWeekend
The
pleasuie vacht 'Nvmph
now on d.K-k whan
M Wl I' ii-n child M
knowiedgi .,. ,v,ng for
Asnong the lubjeeta suggested Antigua.
Nmiph In.ni
Our Ptui our Indus- ! December I, after
tnol and viintic from Lag
famous ;i .! 26 days. A
which Itf owncr-skipp-f Mr, John
The C) i.iUnd described a* dil
Hr. Hoyoa rightly ing During the era
felt that ihi'ii laneod henw squall* and
jn amir nd through torrential rains.
their president ut that tune, Mr Tins is Mr. Slaniland's third
C. F. Broome, (he> t.x.k the step rosslnjt of ihe Atlantl
of taUsttng u> ampanying him are hit wil*
Wyn Gnrdnn o
nd all who Australia who has been touring
CLUFFS. near Slroud Bay. 8t. Lacy. 1.
(tnest) better known an Captain Fiaco",
which the shark* arc found
Sharks Ate
Caught. U
-
M i) M Captam Flsco.
f "shark
IChOl US) St. Lucy.
bug i>ii Novtjtnbti 10 that was
Arthur wl
handle the !j I Is feet overall T'""' I other "'-
tees WOP Aorcd by a 30 hp dieesl diving for sharks in that di
with rath of thO projects suggest- ". She will tail over :> f made
ed by the C.U.T. Unfortu kend '"' AiitiBu;i where Uw Elliot _
party on board will spend Christ- lo Broone, Joseph -leaded guilty of the chat
for another. DO* . mas with Mrs.Anne Dnv......i HarrtJ and Terrell Cadnnan. AHr*ne attached tn ('enti il Park
the actual '" ertwing:the Atlanta | for sharks -
Except for a well-w,,: ted to be in Antigua
g Dr. Brnea Hamilton on < Christmas. Advocate bZoZ%tocTZ '
" ""*" *" U* - Shark- the seven *" *}?}?* "
The 100 ton motor v,,l go out ,n a boa, f,
I arlbbee under Captain B. Gumbs gay to otto* CluOs Ol NorON
port yesterday moining fluffs and Norses arc two points NllN-st IT rlNTGKBU
from Dominica with its regular long ' >'oMt where the land - -
fortnightly supply of fresh-fiiut Juts out over the sea. HI Honour Mr. II A
colony, Tlu< shipment On reaching one of thOM Acting Jut;.,
in hided 20 crates and 103 casks, point remain in the COUTI 'if BrldgOtoWB .
Through ' id. non-iuit in ".
f:uit dealers crowded the wharf- the cliff Tn ( attack the shark detention of clothing wb
bci th f"i- from behind and pul telltr II
their supply of fruit. With tbl thfl snarBl Loveil of Bank Hall. Si
.'light their own trani happening; H Is brought Bgablfl d<
ihe I tng pulled from its resting Wallh. of Hi '
">e th Iramc aunewt piaea under the rocky ledge. Loveil who wat. .
to negotiate and there won Ire- Tl. v ., .
,|ue,.t t.atlic blocks.which lequil- ... .
he direction of policemen on ((|V,I1K |-;s ^ tnat w
f it k ,hi m ' number of nd him his elm!:.
he "Ad- ^;\' owner? AWtaSoo UUi ir.,wned coun b ...gos
eato^ nryh. Assoewion. MluW .mount of jts
tcr. The i- IHMs. ( HI I >l .. MIMm
,? pubUsb -rr ,,0 k putt up ;. teiT.no ..^V "'
sbm. ,,,p ISA cases of hams. 116 cases of ngh% but ll lUad urf 'n,,, n usw,t
An* t\pe and the picture blocks cheese and 115 cases of canned (0 the hoot. It ., > <
. -1A..I aA iVv. lal (Ink d.f i-'M'tlfl t. > ../ 1 Til
>.; I'il.s Sank
\l Barclay's Ml.
...
ahoad.
G. Can''- .-ident of
A it yaater-
OH Hi Jot. and three ,
i>!ete the
other 58 Within three
:...!:.-.
kgO) ^, would have
Road Accident*
Mle ,.{ Kin*. |

for a cui
. HlV.iil. ..
'
Hill, St Michael,
10 pn,


mom Hill The rroni vv
lamp of !
imaged.
on Dec.
!7 an
- hureh \
between
Bl iinhp and
J-M v I
HIS WORSHIP Mr. (i it Griffith Actin) Polk* M i
Ifflti itg ol Dtttrici "A it ,.
, ; left n ..in do
conductor t ndl Arthur of Arch tu and
in hp paid In M -
ment with hard labour foi Carrying [1 i
NOW...
a new medicated
dog soap
ie of th point- l
> the skipper of :
li.:k ilivrr. r.|>i>tate Daniel Sblx>i>
W Arrow mdi.at'- HH lifts ui.rf.-t
Overloading Bus
Stroud Bay Cost Conduclor 3

licenced to co
which wi never publ.
thing rotuH
thusiasm that >\..
years ago by the Caribbean Union
of Teachers.
The "Advocate's"
Co-operation
Mr. Hovos said that from that
tune hi- .
of the project
CUT. With that In mind, he had
set about to OOUod "hat material
he could m i Ion In Bar-
badian H
dlfflculties that had beset I
and won >U1J b ttUng him, Even
after he had eo
sary manorial ow
years, there was still th*
of flnaneing the publl
tunatel
duty,
her of i
I

i i it.i
and 115
'.he chief items
ll ti n motor vessel Clara -|u
i-hich arrives in Carlisle
lorning from Trinidad
:i3 cases .
2,312 10 martwtt '"' "'
'
of chan |
thai le
for the publication of the book
The eo-opontloo "f the "Advo-
cate" had thus Helps i
overcome '. A hurdle.
But Ihori the ques-
tion of the public In
teachers in particular. If thai CO-
would help to loner stili further
t of productic
kit H
fore actually beginning the
CaurTB CALLB
in the
the Executive Committee of Hm Anothoi ""'lttty_wJJ*
Association an I they 1 '"'
given In IOC
ing. But he was glad Of the op- wltl Thl < r..fter
port unit*, that day ol
Efts A n as a whole and line to call here v I
bMrlng thoti '' ':"! ''""
1er, ,, h called from London and the
Temple Bar from Bt
i rosasf thi


Piteo s
fee .
of medi- * Ufi
cine.. Maste. of Ih, ^ l^J*f* .
, .., ,. ... ,.., ung ">e little Imvvs of the Sti.
ith the clubs and a knlfa "" mm so oaou no
.unged Into its body, All that "'"", '" ' ,vc " " ;i1
ljlp k XJ nl dotnas to nei and on Juw
ft it inio ihe b return.1 '"''' ' ''[ !,,r Mm *r
iark 14 "'
f ihj
r\
4
: Kven
" .
1
I.
refused lu
him Then
10 he, for The clotbi
rend the i
Waithc
any time nfUSOd to
H
and the i med to the <
hark dlw r^. fur 'hen Hm I
f< bout Ifl
time she washed I
him.
\\ intlw at (I
Delegates
liriiirn Monir
Avid Thrower*
Deserve I legging

l*hirf .h. lie* J. 1 Pi
siding ovei the I

' merited

the (ll
I
ulphiiii

I nit ..lie
'
he had
(hi Quality"
g) Umii pair 1

that ii"
inn i I..11,

until tpj ing

i i


I
ll'
Strong Support
the i"
Mr. Husbands sulm. '

to ttattha i ^___
cumstances of the ......>, uiiltni i IK i \i i
support his client
than Waithes case.
Befon enw ring th
n Un> His Honour lol I
was Mr. that his client
Mi.
. Domlnli
I l |
rrineton, Um Colony's -ent pOOPtt to W
De.ghton 6i p- J22J mCI.u aP Da Costa ?" J?""*"'/ coul* nnL *r1 '
port to th* ^ im \'l 1h' fom her. but these p<
Windward Islands who COatO IK r( nil.. (Hi
: HMIK MlH.f'M yw !tl" P"'!>e Honour) would like to hear from
tlon should regard It as an boa- ,,r reg^itttlng i sub-agreement these people, then Ben
rur and an obligation to -upport The 286 ton I I relating to oils and fats between ing to enter I nonsuit
Mr. Hoyos In his ndoaeoui ; \ihrlhrook atrrlvod in port or. ,.,, lh,. windward
could be claimed thai Mr. H<> v afternoon for a ship |.-r the general frame,
book wai reallu a child o* Ihol ""'i1' <' 103,000 gallons of mo- wo,k of the Iteginnal Oils and
.association. As for IwciV as i of them could remember, a num- The vessel arrived under Cap-
her of ploneer.np spirifs la the tain 0. W. Williams and eft the The talks which opened at
Astoetafioii 'md ben msSMfl (or flliwmg morning for Trinidad. Hastings House on Monday and
local textbooks. When Hie Carib- -.,; rnUPIinn nnlshed the following afternoon
bran l.'nto.. of Tra F,^rj held fheir f^1 *'" L *"e preilded over t.y Professor
conference in Barbados in 1946. The schooner GiU M. sailed c O. Beasley. Economic Adviser
r*ie ttarbttdos rienteM Careet ige where for Develop-
ers Aatoetsl iin lo hot kaol won being mont and \\.
idea u-tfh enthuSUism and tri rarniHl out mk
rth near the Harbour Master', wJn"r"'>| f"'n' \h*
Offke. .V d**1L !*'"* h" attended
(.iu. M. will load cargo for "" '"l" > have ret
bra nn v n anl and Orenada I '-. Luck.
that ihe the next la to the
trouble Nad g arrived two weeks ago with of the Windward
indS with headquart-
h | had said, nothing had cot ...... '..da Mr Garnet Gordon.
,,( it., i. efTori Nov M H t the Otta. M. is CanUln Mlto ol rhe
had gone ahead on I .ni.-re Mr written his i--k. Tti pwd to ttv Behoonaf Ownsi Purrhas and Mr. Andn Du
g, On Tae % Association. Bun!.;. P of K I
II

I 30.
He a*ai
..: 0
or u d


A
Xmas
Gift
III VI I-- M.U tVB
\l 4 I PTABl.t
A BOX OF CHOCOLATES
aid \u will lind a Beaul
ini \s-oiiineui uf Pnaaao
t.m Beans i>. an He i>..
ml Wiiiu.iiAM t
i. pei ...
ROW Mill i I.. U -v
ii ...ii
1 lo. I i. .od I | Uj
. luiuir, led
ii mi i i o.re. Boaea, QirtSi
...- Iiav. el..
rsiB at i. ned Ussestes
i a . i Naati Psgoori m
t ream. I'lelnre -ser.es. U
Ml blio
i I......
sa So, t .
i**. jail.
IU
t u.Kitli Itrliatil.
I lir SaOVS hi alii ii I SI
IhrtttM ."i Bom I
prices Ireas Mo. u I1JS,
II. Ill 111 til. ( llll. ItlS. ll.ls
......* t' Kail.
Marvel i t aai v Mnaa
. ii kUnhansllinn,
Plaaten Pi m its
i ill mi | It.iMseii Nousat.
. .Hint A lli.u -wi Hutler
Bealgk
Bai loi lagar in Tina.
Mm mis .ii I ll.. Bag!
CAM in i<> i>\\ IHD
si i Bus ran sMraetlvi i l.i .ii ONI I.< noNi K1
i..i l l.nilmaa
AT
IIKITHVI Vllll Hill \ll
. LTV.
Uaad Pswag sreei
'TETMOSOL'
pleasant non-irritant invigorating insecticida!
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i>i hi iiv.i in
aaaltnuu L*B I kUl
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Crepe de Clilin-" bl
jn Bevlea "
I rieni 'i Bo> -ill
I i. i ibae Bat i
Mi orin"" hi i in-ea
"OanaMa* IrH . > *tt.
Tak*" I
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LOOK SNAPPY from your head
f
WI.II. Will -
-.nia gives a1
deduel l| fron
out ol |he mo
Have res
little lott
rrmemltered all Ihe
? Well, if not. at
HOBLHT*
SlATIONERY
at all lhee fill. io hr ran
his on. in- lax'
ith* of babes . !
lline are Mill a lew really
nire toy* will do the Job.
O-
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* s~*-tl*-^^^" 'I V I'laua I* the name . due abo
V ~^*7^ ^ -^| J^f Jf Ui follow-up my fhrWImai. conl
^w 'g|gff-------- K JT -Meat of it H at K K lli.i. s
\ ^- ro(m. this >ear . not the usual
quite umisi y In fai
about now
rulinrnent.
Hhow-
Ih.r.ts
i leearloal Home Asanaaneeg . attrac-
llve ( isiiioi Jewellrrt a collection
i.f line WaaOBsM picked up on trie way
Ihrourh SulUerland. And Toy*, natural-
l>. from Santa'* (nllmlted.
'Torlable TypewTlter* will pVase many
of vsu. by ll Tin-s li- ii%'.n the lol
to llunte'a.
"There you haw a lew of the Tree bend-
ing Items this < hrhtmis. LoU more to
see when you mmr In"
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BARBADOS AliMMAll.
FRIDAY Ml EMBER '. '"^
Chamber of Commerce Obiectto ExtraHoliday
'l hen you need aspirin-
Say Shipping Costs [toman receives greek award Plans For Coronation '*"'" "*
Would Be Doubled T ^^-^^R B.I.F. Well Advanced
A MAJORITY of the mmfcm <^l the Council <>f
the Chamber .-f Commerce haw oxpretsMd the4i disap-
Soval with tho suggestion bv Government that Saturday
ecernbr-r -7 ix- a Public Holiday. Nine member!
Council are opposed to the idea as against live who
pxprcs>ed agreement. _______________
Those who haw objected said
they did so on the (round that if
The day was decla.-*d a publ.
holiday, thipping coati and 'hi
com of handling freight on that
day would be douhlod. It j
orto felt that the four-day houdai
I eased would entail i t irdahip o .
the average man who could d
afford to store up f.-od for so lone
. pai d yeei
Speaking on the matter at the ti*In retes for the Chamber of
limlllH Ml f trie Commerce Journal will l>e U -
Chamler of Commerce >tM.-i.l-v. .leased by 50 pel
Mr. W. Atkinson pointed out tha- Rrcomn.cnti.itlo..
some of the flrmi
lected to thi
hoild
public
on that day.
Mr. Atkir.s->i
he deplored the fact th
men! had
that In fUtur. adequaW netfa "*
would be given
Mr. T. Bowring *aid bin QrfP
wae one which objei led i<> Use day
being u puL.li. hi'. la) He i I
that If the day
holiday, and ships arrived. It
would lucre eat the coal on the
water front, which ev
frying to keep down.
Mr. A. S. Bryden suid tv
Rates For Chamber
OH Con:. Jnirrnifl
\\ ill Be Ineresw d
Recommendations ...
- -ho had oh. Journal Committee to tins eff.
led to the day being a pttl ?** (IL' "'
d-y had M"' K
lic thai they would be rtoatni & "" u-c !>
r.ynor A au| Mr T
linwring that the matter be rr-
fi-rred to the next Quarterly Gen-
;i ar&Ezsi "sans".
DISPRIN
iii be
Plan f< i
industries W\
iHeoa are that it
norc interesting aiui attractive
nan ever before, according to Mi
Aubrey R. Stank. OBI. H.i
Majesty's Trade Commissioner in
he British Caribbean and Bermu-
da.
1*53 Bntiih Ing and hardware !
ill advaii.ru at Birmingham.
etto
will
New Section
A prefabricated buildings s <
ton will be included at Ei i
Court. London. Thia will be per-
ticularly attractive as it Is bem
organised In the form of a sm:
town. It should be of great lnt<
housing authorities
-As the IMS Fair will take plac
;ust before the Coronation ot Her ,ndustrial concerns uch as m
g*J*^9r^'g||" ">b,th II. thg 1Ilg companies who hav, to pr
vide accommodation for emplo
ana.
At Otympin. I-ondon. there w
be a aectlon displaying ami
boats.
thee* section' are new at
should prove a treat attraction
AT mi WHITI HOUSE, President Truman smiles as he la decorated
with the Sliver Pboenlx Medal, highest award of the Hellenic Boy
Scouts. I leant run Alexatos. national commissioner of the scouts,
makes the presentation. At left, John D. Calergia, Counselor of the
Greek Embassy In Washington, holds a piece of marble from the Par-
thenon, which waa also given to the Chief Executive. (International;
l-enefll to the Chamber.
pointed out That n in* >f the
d to the
.>nd U.ughl advertising

They also doubted whether oth-
',. whom
copies were earn d d not
IdaV*.
Hon. K. It. Hunte |
derstood fioverii'iii-nl to a-k the Council not lo qUtbb
whether it was thought to be ex- null matters like increased ad-
pedient to du ll for the Island *>' veitising rates and sub-. i
ii whole. He felt sure th.it glnotl Slid Urged them to let the journal
everybody would t-* closing to continue for at laest
give Qatar employ* th< holiday. He said that Barbados should not
However he fell th.it becau.se if belittle itself in the eyes f the
the long parted, a hardship would other colonies
ted Ixith on the waterfron* Chamber of Commerce Jo
and en those people who muM because of
not afford to store un enough
food for tin ling period He fv\
that It should ir tail to the option
iif tlie people to give the holiday.
Mr. j. o. Tudoj i.....i he did
'
had
nah
By-
id r
by
He was supported by Mi
noe, and Mr. S. H. Klnch,
Acting Chairman. Sugg
Mr. Hi.wring that the matter
gree that It WOuld work any ?,^u,,d J* P'" lo /' '
their approval or disapproval
not rupi
U.S. Will Challenge
British Jel Planes
LONDON.
AMERICA f is f.nnlly decided to challeniie Britain's
jn An ll-man team >( Government
experts. nnounced li Wuhlngton, run bawn ^t
up Ul plan let air tianspnrt.
Home, who is Civil Aeronautics Administra-
tjd trie f'-am would help the Government and plane
producers to m't together "at the ear host practicable
American.1; have aovlad Britain's
jet superiority ever since the first
C.lu.ii s>r Oi" Ton.. ESftSr.
IVonise To Tldj
C-it\ Pot Tourists
hardship on ti- nMsaas. and in
*ny caw the small com I
WOUV] <] ISO pointed
nut that the increased cost on the
waterfront which had been men-
tioned could only bv "' respect
the particular da) and not for
the whole iii
However the Council decided to
vntT to Government |>inting out
" r the Ch mbcr on
Speech Da\
Trinidad Clmiitlx r
(JfGoiinnereeTliaiik ta
Frem imi j.
-. I'1" IsseaMlSj
maiontv ,w> magniilcent. for i 132 turned
U->rmeov*d nf ,.. ,isy being "^ :" ,v "mmed on one day'
1 while holiday, and infJr.,rs"ngJ "1d lo ^ : '
.'1-- *n nwrnment that in ,," _a Pfr,od 'several days ..m:
.-.,i,.P no. m ^ mv0n , ;e result, we hope to ai
.-moments couM "' '** da>^ *, This lOflua
nneln .V "'lii* i ["pu-
_________________ lation tr. neai tlie hundred mark
;
II :
v irsl l|
em i ..ii liau, ,..
most valuable membei In .. corn-
mtinil>
-; :..ishi,.
lfl_ are awarded in honoui oi

uiuimmously passed a resolution *nd hum;.,
lo-oay recording than appreCU- ':""'' l" ''',' " "MUM '
turn of the programi
l-iodatlhe P.
ferenc. ,n London to.
devejopnu-n, .n ,h.
wealth. The i.-su|ut,...,
ed warnwst hanks to, ... i
Oora- t*y Mr. t.um, ..nl ilr. :t ,
Adams in the capacity
to the Secn-taiA of state for the the vale of yeai
W .1. LMegates
iiv.ii urrr.v iidni
* PORT-OK-M'AIN D
Tnmuau ctuunl

fully with
.
up fur the tour-
. i

I
JOnj thein
|
' tourist season.
Mr s ii Kinch laud I - -

mat it wai a "first class idea."
Hon. K K. Hunte hinted that
ild ba taken lo rid tho
i from the
garbage can*, thrown on the
street by people who acar.h the

nrtdeace of begging rram

n


i Meeting on Jar
ides that
uable bree>
H titly been
heard In the right places for
I thai Government
at will be
agrees.
1


! hope, in
Ual airline
i,- may
roceed with ttie
ne It is inevitable that
ooner or later Wg must do this.
.ii i >w the ubu
.; go t,. worst Together
i incomr a cent,
of information on jet deTClOp-
mants bv loaeplruj In loueh with
plane makers, the arm^t
: tboratorses, and
...
.ii b.- csorerally
studied. Chief of the I
George Haldeman, who head
i .vil Aeronautics Boaids
ghieertrn illirtstorj
v A (kniiieil AjOCepfl
\ ii.-ii.I< ii Hull a
.
An
member hun as one oath
. DM N
at ions and Wt i.
twines."
Mi.ii.nr Prosrranune
Porturuj in the woi oi k irgil
has been kind to bold .
for ou
mme although .
lUl demands for >ntrv. W. arc
hague" at the Cohferenci Mi
Grantley Adam. U Id- M-i-hdir, wl, ,h :
ed that he though, that M U)
Colonies at the partoy.
The Chamber ggtfH I '
gestton that Hon. Allan Storey,
the l*rosideiit. cable lha laxt ii
the i-cbolution to Mr. A.ljn. Ri
turning thank* Mi
had addressed the < hamber i"i tin-
recent CommonweaHh ? i
I i inference aald he did -:o not
on his own hehs it
half of my distinguished
would b very pleased to know
the Chamber had again
initiative and expri'i^cii its appre-
elation of th Work dune in
London.
Addressing the Triiud.nl Cham-
i>. r of i nrnerce tins r
i tjreek the y
by vour
.
and re ire of you
whkh n to us like t
rock in a wcai
Albert Gome-. Minister *'i Lab- With you
our. industry and COO DWi
clorcd that Imperial r
was "most vital to Un- Scot
.survival of British W, flag
UTTltorn
apoardns on the on monwea be
ferenc : M
and Mr. Aden haj* theherh. of
which wen ror th.>

I I
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rel


I
CM \s ORKSTINOa I
rtw Coui Chamber of
li
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B aft.
Oreet
t
i ng Co., Ltd.
Thermal Energy
Projffol For
St. Lueia
LONDON.
Con '"'on* pn
mber loth. Mr.
our, The HaV
retorv of
the Colonies, Mr.
when he proponee to
liable to the Govern-
Windward islands
. in capita] as ei
Iham implement the report of
.. ... (pert, who
i.ment on
th.- island of St. Lucia of plant
10 produce ttsernal energy from
in- l klphur -punt; available on

Mr. Lyttelton replied: 'The
i riimlnary
|] He reported
ii.it. befor exporunentaJ drilling
il s piece, s detalsM
eeotoglcal itudj of the dj
i!ep. two gSSsniOlOglStS Will short-
B.t'.P.
Fair is being mad* as interesting
possible for prospective buyers
an i.\erse-'.' Mated Mr stank.
niinuing he said that the Fair
11 be opened simultaneously in
ndon at Earls Court and oivm.
i and In Birmingham at I
Brosnwteb en Monday 27th Aurd
i will close on Friday. 8th May i
' buyers will be admit-
lad free on presenting an official |
. vitatlOn card. Tliese Invite*
:.cns arc benu: i
I ondon to lirms on (he mailing
tot but the Trade Conunlssaoner
"ill ba pleased to issue invitation
ards u business people who have
knady visited the Fair or
who believe that their namt
not on the mailing hat. 'I do not
expect to receive my supply of
i ritai n cards until eeity
IU3," '.d Mr. Starc-k. "but
..ppluntions received by me
>o dwelt with when the cards
rive."
Advance and final editions
the catalogue of the Fair are being
published separately for London
and Birmingham. Advance coplc
are expected to reach Trinidad
. Febri
As on previous occasions the
London section of the Fair wil
He. such si
chemicals, chemists supplies, cut-
lery and jewellery, fancy good:
foodstuffs, furniture, travel and
li athei goods, china and glas
ware, plastics, stationery, scien
Tine and photographic goods
textiles and clothing, sports good
toys and games etc. The engineer
Coronation
Celebrations
Tho Council of lha Ouunbei of
l iviaed the
( ummittac
Chamber was not corn-
B list of the firms
til | In a Water
ngaani during tho coronaiior
OS, and suggested th
mlttee interview dlrei
the firms they thought interested
The Coronation C'ommitu
BfTOta to fie Chamber mformir.
the latter body that it ;
posed to stage a Water Pngeat.
during a night of me Coronetlo
CelehraUons>with decorated Aoal
efl i d'U with firo works, ani
nviting them to submit a list oi
Arms or combinations of firms tha'
i pared lo supply the d.-
enrated floats or nsslat In any wa\
In hi- letter to the Chamber.
rotary Of the Committee
"ated th-d it was felt by his Com-
mlttee that a Water Pageant
much appreciated 1>\ th'
lunbai of persons who
OOttld >ee it from the waterfront
.ind the tches. and that it would
a an ImprssaffQ item OB the pro-
gramme Of the celebrations.
SENATOR SPARKMAN
ARRIVES IN TOKYO
TOKYO. Dec 18
BfJcnater John Sparkn-an. Dem -
i rtit "f Alabama, arrli d In Tokyi
on Thursday night on his round
the world trip to study operetloni
ot the mutual security
Soarkman came here from For-
mosa. He will maki
speeches in Japan.
I'.P-
risers to the Bei I
said whuU-vi i the fflii'.
trade and finance, multil
must nevei mean abend
the sysien< of Imperi Prel
ence*.
Mii-.t Ho I ntphatic
The British Weat IndU
bo emphatic in their support ot
retention of the Prefen I

.....
v. I am gotna
Mr. Justice Chenerj '.
the pri/i- ,i
lo him for i
lothn and i
:
rudge i he
land of th

TIME IS RUNNING IT
tern because without it "our .....- D or, .,,.. .., ., ,-^r.u to
nomy would bs decencelc \i .... ,. ... ,h
Gomes continued, "it is un.
tic to assume that thrt.
hard bargaining in the fuim. itulation
between countrieN in tho MerlUuj lo the prlze-wlnn'
area and dollar countries over the Bolatton for those who
proposed converttbilltj <
It is for t>i reason that 1
much emph.i on the
of hr.iHi, ...
gest to the British Wl
that an adequate slogan for u
might well be a*e mu I have Pre-
ferences or we will pel
Gomes asserted that the Import'
onca of the economic
that they marked the ::d of our
policy of lha Conunonwi i
sterling arc;, and
Another one.
vertibility will not be i .-\
achieve. It must of
slow and carefull]
taking.'' in thl vtew m
lina: could be n ids iltLmately to
venture beyond the prote
rler and regain its position as a
medium of world trade and ex- haven definite rial
change the future of Common- of
weolth countries wou! selth F
recurrlnjr crl'et A mot blueprint fot
noHher prises dot eorttfi u
\
that effi it --' *. '
onb fillun
\ n
gall effort i^. BUO

n in th. djoubt
seat and
wk. alwavs remcml'<"
V

Not 01
i eoa\

,,f th. W. I
oxrr .7 i#o#ff
/#:# i #*#; m it
l/OMf#.l> stir:
And to s.^> ow wkt range of
htatchJi \
aa Gifts ....
PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
POCKET
A Ship. Ml
Khaki
OPEN M I l>W BATUB-
1>AV. DECEMBEB M
OUT__.
DAYS
rn
\\
\\
SIIIK1S
I'll s
SOCKS
-HOIS
HANDKERCHIEFS .;
UNDCRWKAB . ^
Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE QIFTS
Spend $10.00 Cash or more
on anv doy and get a piece
of Phoenix Waie free.
The bigger the purchase the
Better the Gift
LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Of
ii..n.ni Lane.
Itn you need
| Gift?
tome to
l-\EE-Dl GIFT and
FLOWER SHOP
Nevrl Idea for \nias
I'rfsrnis
Gladiolus and Dahlia Bulbs
put up in Gorgeous Xmas
Pack at no extra charge
BulbsXmas
Peek khff.
AT U-NCEDA GIFT
and FLOWER SHOP .
Aquatic Gap, selling
agents for
HOC! HEATIIFRHFID
LTII.
Book vour orders NOW
Come and select. We hove
26 varieties of Dahlias. 24
varieties of Gladiolus and
some Canna and Aster
Tubers. You can get anv
colour of the lainbow in
our collection
Oorms.
II i. NOW to be in
get Blooms for the
.ullural rxhlhlllen In
uiai.v. Delay and you
be too late.
of Bulb
ime tn
llorll-
Feb-
Wlll
Bulbs make
practical
and origmnl Xmas present.
Phone 486Party line-
Ask fur lira. FitzGciald
I -ME-DA (ilFT 1
THE U-NEE-DA" situ-
ated next Sanitaiv Uuin-
drv. Aquatic Gap. where all
o'c welcomed. Pay us a
visit -unie afternoon
There arc time*
when all women need aspirin It is then that the advantage, of
Di .prin' arc fully appreciated Because it dissolves,' Dnprin
enters the system more rapdlv, bringing relief quickly and with-
out the likelihood of gastric disturbance.
DISPRIN to relieve pain
I k*s Btll Coaipktcly soluble Oakler lordfcse Palatable
Uafcaj swaseadasaraaa coiTTot'
^^^^^^ ajsaa i s. gasra**> a to. B..Jinon fa
. right round the difficult S bend where no brush can
reach. 'Harpic' cleans thoroughly and
wntifically in the modern way.
beneath unpleasant, old-fashioned
methods I' Herpk' i- right up-to-date
d'e and sure. InM sprinkle in
the pan at night, then flu lorning W% fsMV<
H .-..... .ll. I- ..- ,r .11
I ..--.. . - luJ.ru <">'
(oamOed lo pn-. tanks.
."WaVsW/
The Best Buy
At Any Price
NEW YORKER
STATESIDE
SHIRTS
FOR MEN.
?
riivc him A NEW YORKER SHIRT for Xmos
he'll like the style, fit and fine appearance.
im MIRKKK SHIRTS are on sale al all good stores.
policy Wl clearly necessary He the fu'
THE LONDON SHOP LTD.
exclusive osNunonra ootfittebs j
UADl MMH-: & MADE-TO-OKOI IIS
^ I...W.I Ilr.....I Street Phone: I7S5 |
W/.'.W.',V/.'/AW.V.V.V.V//AV//.W.VA'AV.W
OVEN
SERVICE
ATTENTION ALL HOUSEWIVES
/ne/i/r/e these on your Xmas Shopping List
^Delicious
fMarie and Short Gale JSiscuits
unuinable in )-lb. I'kls. onh_:l2c. per lb
or per l-lb. only 2"c.
Shirley Jiiscuits
only 23c. per Lib.
AND
Crisp Wibix Crackers
.mly 19c. per lib.
On Sale at all the Leading Shops and Groceries.
THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT CO. LTD.


I Kill kl In ( I Ml I R II
HARUADOS ADVOCATK
I'ACK -I \l \
Calypsonian Puts Grenada On Record
- Pay A \ isil To
The Land Of Spice"
Bj i i\\ \i:i> $t mill
LONDON, Dec. 2.
UNTIL recent.) ealypio loveri in Britain iv.n
Hacauainted with 'Mmmr' the one Irom Trinidad, "Rum
and Coca Cola". Jamaica's 'Linseed Market', and 'Rama-
| \
Swan Street
Merchants
Cfomplain
I
tll-
oo <
lam
.1
n \;.
|i
<

the lot
v.
. .
cly unkaov
:
|g kno'.r.

All.
Pel'
ft drawn to the
at" tlentlon -! the C lamber m
In tiny bodrootn-ri.il
I

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BARBADIAIS APPOHS TED
RECTOR OF U.S. CHURCH
. \
Egyptian fa iVrii
.p.
IXTIIK IMC'AKDO
(ui has put llwtdl
lu Mall Imtilu-
D.D.,
'eh.
Now York, pahis
BvanlBi The h'*i
llM Rl. I'' U to tin
n Doncgan, D.D.. Prealdenl ol the French Hrpublu
Vincvol Ami I I
bare on Thursdav.
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t pi HacMphu Divtnttj School
Ir Wal
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You pay no moro
for the
GREATER
EXPERIENCE
tastier snacks
w)
II .'.

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V.
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Wi.'.' .. e.dypio about 1
TV M ,.l

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.'or the .
- in turn
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credit basis.
it li
House Delrnle On liarluulian Domestics M/^m/iS
In Britain
rii..r
i' Bumaroui socml
IhOQO who
I (tend
I nodded. ..n.
I
1
um c.iiibbean; all to the ped- the :<> .i,,,,,.
ffbc prettiest little i 1 iroUon
- vos mod i p
tnatimes culled the Land i I front one of the
I
i who want up to UM U k tot
i the Council u> -et up "- '
imour that the Social Welfare
cuinamoB on had recruited dot
i. .. | lo peel i
i seemed wal on of than
: pto-
H " "** ,.
lllnf adapt therm
with the inclusion of an Horn foe In UM United Kingdom, there
Mr (I l*lnw (L) ft
I i .-iniaU. queatlon whethei the auii
ig term M to th. U K I Ml .1,1 send girls up wanted lo return to U*
U d] Durauta la Um *>BHrh "' ""l '"'", ;"ls ** seni t- the
' --"'' '! I hut they riuiy re- United K:
.. lh,. inland t.n aM*t and """ *"m1 O '" re*ttve UM Un-
uld w rw m-cd tor in. <
toying r.ri'iKn Butter Tmor in "> ll"- wai no ww in brutjr-
i bo4UlAwban there is S* u,,k tw Kit:- it th.% wanted
* -:..v in BrlUhl. Hie} could noi
n
boaplUKwlH
'
i
IK "|) tin

clow.

melndlf
I
en Binguu;
V
who
is what
wen coinj to do
. f: Um uland.



I further
I
i nuka Social w. lb
The vary paopia In EnnUmd ()l1"" PW BytnJni over than
who wara *iod la hava Bar- H'' k'" "' '*' '"" a kh!
iMdian i. rub- '""i " *" choma broka uv
, .,,.,.. i ntract and luckilyJor her xhi
not i;l.ul tn hava Jam study ?*
luiisink- in the sjimi- hoapltl
After thii offl r bra i ii"i th. '
'" *-. U HI ol lha United
Kingdom, M 11 Eron
i .
,. ., th ii 'his Art
a ,s hounda i d wn b] U
w. if.,..- o*

Phe mm Social Welfare Ofhc.
Trees For
Sftntn Clous
1
loot.
Avocado and I
iwect.
d mangoes and fUl

... i
ill be sure U)
tin- meal beautiful
ing you \< III
11. i.t Rleardo Bive
L you his

Afl t i whi
k .
Bhera i appeared, it pi+
1 i i the Inventory li com-

ople liked know Boma ol Um glrli m KfUlaiH
I I fell it
their wouW I
Ul I mrvlval. inti xtim
" I o| thcte
1 But if Um
I Itouglas lir oi i h.^,,..
I
they won
Another l*>i" hi aald 0>U that "rbados to scrub doors. Some of .
. | UN t nevei Krubbod Boon K JSJJ JT \t
Um fool that loma ol bataca but thay bod to oerub Boon ,. 1, ,..(,. lor the fta-li it wai
thai was the only wmj ,,.,
Knriand would i ,,f nlievinf the imemploy-
< <-lies. COtourod Kirls. IM n,,. Mand.
ojld like to know U NDM Annllier Odicer Wanted
. )& Another Socia, Weifare OB * ^"J '
H,. had beard ibtnfld m anpointod M.,m>r.- s 'J lh '" ^*J '.*,,.
Kins bad re- beuki anaa ..huh J ^tf?ft J!fl. T?*LJS5
,. and he woufi b. wUUni '^ As u, the ; ;;:;;; t ^Tite*
i I.-: the ;.. .... ul one te.e..,, *l.v llir icirls were CO.ll- .|u. ^^ ,,., ,,( ,H. ll(1.
. ., ,..., about '"-: hack, u? ihould no) pac- t |iiVril
hat waa happening to lha *> ll wai a m. t unpleasant ,. ,,.,. u it Uv irnounl i
li
: .iney WO
for their passage.
that i
1 'hp r< lucad by $10,000
lh. n p il
lt> IIAKIiV 1 III. 1.1,11.1
WTNNIP1 a
The Mamt Govi Ihel
rnonagad to "'>' on ones knees scrubbing uiul ., ln,. Vllll. i(11l| tgraad '" DS
., remain in England tor the full he would not doubt that aome of n3 division.
length "I :nv contrad Boma ..f tlu nub won- hultenng from a MrmN-rs votinR for the radue-
wliich lo h.n. i I aoOBi of fnistrntion especially If |ion w,.ir> Mr. A F B 1
not rooMta Um IuU laniAta ol Iba '">' bad no hop,, vt geunu. i a VTHUami Mr I W Barrow
i : onulaynMnt Mr. C I Talma, Mt 0 Aiidei.
could n Invm fore* thing behind U " ibli had boon tor- \i, r" Mllka Mi J K. t
tbu_ h.iik wealth for the part two and b half ^now whj btttoi emptoy- Broncker. Mr J. <' Mottley. m
return now,
Some Married
toi ihos. n.i wi E ii Mottle) Mi w A CrtM
crubblng tin thai ana ford and Mi Holder,
also cert-1.- blenut ottacfi- ~\ Deput ! idOi ii II O
d to Um oceupaUoa which th | ] '
ii'. voted ma Ihe rcduc!
that's one raaion why
this airline hat baan
"first choice" of interna-
tional travelers for nearly
quarter of a centu*y
NEW YORK
popular, Dtone> uvln^'FI Inri.t. '
EUROPE
Haiu!.r sarvtc* b] t"""
daclfsl .srrsto" Capmei* rorld*l
fslfMl anlinfi. In l',i ,.
RBk.> tapovoN in I ajd
Wad PAA i li(t>M| ,lio fly to India
aad th* <>iienL
Venezuela
fire,." Ill Hlglil
' pa I bpoanii
Tea asa bow ~t\ fAA'alnxnl any-
whata in loot to SJ
aad aolnoiea ot u OOOl
Pan Amer[ca\
MfMtf/t v its
0* Cs.lo
I t.....
. >ni r.it.. i
Uoct, with ..n

lalng dexterii I to t K
lo KI
"-dung i |ng the Dougl.e. "
Mr \V. A nthlU'i in ..... thai he would like t<, know who
I '.'turn i>,.vs..ges of the
wtoi ai the Canadian and United Biota conv Utrae ajrh who had raturnad.
trial I Ai" but th<- growlnj hOtl they
. irj Bach agraad t" .'end th- Ku\* up, h
East and fomil troai waa known that there would foe
1 orUin amount of
m um Um them up rben e 40
Waiii'. boxinu cbampl I ,,( them felt ,illlt iti*.r the
:

wai.i'. boxinit cbampl ,i thmi feu ih.it offer the
BBBIen Mi r land. But very xhrcv yean they would hi '
Ions .lie id. nuriieiou: ,ilm tup ''" Of th rturn maun to the
,. ..,... ..... ed Stab
Bicardo has starred in three Winnip l,.in felt that
BditioiiN i.i :: rrown Christnuuf would be ha
Hndmili Tin..: .i trees and th* eft) I uwpe enough ,- wai Ml that Ibey would ex-
u future i.- keep aeon pruce growei .,| thair contract - ear I am rot
Dor a holiday, Than I will fill nen ihy ihiistmas income. in<> n m
I
Bear-. COCOnUl i'1""' **
1 .
i is*- of the provincial
-^^^^^^ lions.
island.
Orythlng was done to explain
i the Kirls tha i
the Barbad
fford
1
"i um
ed to be ton
I !
*.,., ... | [ ( | WhBl ,h
Ot I Fill Cl It \M
He d.d :.
i e provincial |ov< i I i ''"lt ror
aUOW permits for cuttin* only if these Rlrls lo go up if II I Mil
i-. win In ; lui ol tin- ol um Uma toot Un
raturnad
after a protracted thai is f.. thickly stocked. "It to start a
re-l : [n recent yi irs, a number of Revolving Fund la
OVEN FRESH
SERVICE
We take thii opportunity to wish
our many Customers and Friends
31 Crispy Christmas.
rut: vest i\ui.\ BISCUIT CO. ltd.
!
FREE
ENGRAVING
All pens bought ('"in Ul
will be ngnvBd with
your name or InlUali Ert
ol ofaarga
ui JtiraUtri
V. lie I I >l V
& tO.. I.TII.
I 20 Broad SI
T Mil! un* ll.ii'!'
f and at Greystonc VUlag*
Colman's Mustard
Ic'* easy lo keep vurfjics clean an.l shininf* ju^t |rre
tin in i -iiikI rtlbOVOf wild a little Vim on a dampJoiii everv
Uay. Vim i\ so smooth it won't scratch leaves all
surface polished and bright. Um Vim lor j//>-our cleaning
it's so quick and easy to use.
VIM
cleans everything
smoothly and speedily
&&5
Siamese Tm iiih
larated
cmcAoo, T>. u
The Bra .;i* Roger
and Rodney d"*ed In separate
m thei
lives
that
''i in England f"r
ion to cut what UM} term three TOOJ Nme fun,"
"table trees." These are trees Mr Crawford said
T1.1.S || a small colony and they
Ol ..:!: OB
pOJ BoDM
Modi nod 'hat the about two fevt hmh. "ThLs i- omallenk
| no provincial government has _,,,, .,.,' .,, ,,
, followed by for turned thumbs down on the re- J"jL" ,h.I a ',,
n month old hoys ind most ease. I>ecause if a TT,^'". ',!.. f r-I-
dd UM "ulumate-outeome ii un- iree reaches the height of two foot, "'
mown.- .e of *"^nn?
Roy BrodJ anould be
I held pro)
imorou
i arc try-
I
nade to makr the

ild be advisable to

i out how rat) .....
[ smooth
, and spcTiii i \2 at its fir.. data need- __ .. ... _
hours 40 minuU" to separate In* ed about Manitoba's forest re- Mr- n^rr..!* H) said
jons thai as fa:' Of bo ould see the
wood to see Hence the five-year Inventoi '
them .; I, OS i.l Wel-
were wheeled out of the tho :-end
in seporab
Thr : v,.-rt (n-
i and the dians who could do the job of
ernment. BoCUl WoUora Officer. I
the Inventory In Cer spent almost all the latter
I09AOOO ol par: onlract le
vh,ch I one end of the
??' ^ Bod Kingdom to the other try-
ln| lo It! ,-..-i there
men, ears and ihat she would be auto to supply
i n^.VfL *, Ubour ,or lobB ln En*1"* boo-
botow lhtr
n-ethe most p^pul.r th. ,-r^ir >... ,,-,,., m.
tbnnota-41 rhLh",1.^,^,*?K.lK,'.''1?,K,2,


C r Bay. enquiries about Ihla cheap labour
i i-
GROUND ACTION
LIGHT IN KOREA
IM il ii.mi tiii: IIIIIIHIIV
NOISY ft WORRYING
AT TIMES ?

GIVE THEM . .
A BIIX 111 CRAYONS AMI A FAINTING BOOK
St will kasp Jthsm quisl goh IwuAi
W<> have Heaps of...
PAINTING BOOKS
TRACING BOOKS
STORY BOOKS
AND
ABC BOOKS
TO CHOOSE FROM

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DIRECTORY
li ADVERTISEMENTS ...p CHANGES IN
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LISTINGS
The alUntl if the P
Sole \;;.'.iis in conned
.....I all Adv.rtlaeroonU
I .linn, in llisplay (H
ColonU A.l-
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iwn (Tolopl I)
c. irrespo ehaiiiira in
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Comfuy, P.O. 1
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IN
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Alter il.is lii.t.- un i hrjBgea, Bstt.
LMbafl etc run he Hindi'.

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riili.M SAXES
1IOUSI.S
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room houa*. M Chilli^ plant. W alarm ill auppjr. Carport. 1
fti.nl n Mil pi (''I'
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itranuil thai*. IN ADVANTI I ..
A.\.\Ol INCBMENT8
Cli W i it mi tniiTWi
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Archie Moore Is World Champ
i.nrr-s< imoi Hoys'Uub Lifted Joey Maxim's
Match Drawn Defeat Police Light Ileavv Crown
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lege second innings, and In the ham and Griffith who
match. nd 23 respectively. L. lit it
I* would then I .,i for the Harrison ('.,liege hnttad Orst la of the Boys' Cl..i
.<. >!:. Gmnih top scored '" run*. while K Bark*
reasl M before (hrlng Scott an I*" Hard to.* three and two fir
...y ratrh off DM faiwIlssS, ' -2 '"'' II leSBjasetlvely
\\, O Mae AI lister lop scored for
rest only batsman who fa -
A Alleyne who 'he ""' mnim I
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BT. LOU I tec. 18.
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.'led 15-round bout winning In*" lifih'
championship crown last night
aid su<.487 to bm the bobbing and
v/eavii . !-. convincingly. This figure i-.
I baxing record, Moore expressed his desire to
meet Marciano for the world's heavyweight crown TUl
win for Moon upajetj the boxing ppf< irl
i icpactad this reauU A croifceti elbow
i.. i -,i.,. to Dm i old break pr
esiea nearly '""" throwing straight rlfhta
i i'< keep t...hi>ing and
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Moore marched
ore on .. fooL He gave straight in,
.' points KaiUm'j 74 Tha challenger forra
' rever Judge Howai I h* "' ;-n- 'Of Ihi
82 and Mas re ha could i-end hti
pectlvely, 1 nd rlghta > the head.
. i Dui u
loct oni p. !,-( in theli le i ody until It waa
} i ,. rod :is his bloodstained white
f"i 17 runa in 18.1 had B pOOi right whereas Ihr*ltrunks.
Thr.
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In I1M4-45
ii.i.' log in i
the otl

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inc 188 Of tl
SI tn top
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1 nn with 41 W. Balson was the
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(iHJ IN S( iiimh.s
GOLFIt I taught on a large aeala In Briuah aohool uuhngthe
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Dg Bobby Locke and H
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WHO DROPPED BARNES
MELBOURNE.
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d South Africa in lha Flral i'< it I i
1 I Brown or the!
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With 4n runa to ";*. in atv-
iiv mlnuh l i attacked
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-mil- it 'hirt. minute* Of that
i a i r giraikar mad.- it not out.
mi M r *lllster 14 befon l^-inp
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a nelii knocked
overtop in. ring i"p- than ba
i must go

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on rubber lejp uiso in
I b mil eighth rounds.
Uoora favourad .it eight to
five, I thai calla far
.: bout with Maxim
.ma; to
'.
J and it" days coordlng to pro-
'.' rnotar Jim Morris,
I If Maxim doe-; not d.iiii:i.l g
return, Moore may dafaotl his
i title igatasfl Hi n.mi'. Randy
TUrpin Bx-middlr
J pion at the end i
l Meantime Moore misht go to
' Argentina W light some DOJi-tlUa
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and bring the whole son but -
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Davu of Honolulu, Pnddy De M.rco. tongh litti* Brooklyn Ughtwi-ight. gel- back on the nail of i
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