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I'M. i imi HAKll Mills Mi\( )( HI IIIMlll [III I Mill li ~: I'l.J Cahib CaJUina ...eneld /rWW l.muUul I iS MILORET) PA 1 %  a Private School |i f*.nt-„f-Sp.,n Trinidad arrtwu f-r n hnbdr.-. Stir "-main ri month n H gur-l .* ailvrn Rear*. O Houat Bocksay. peymi fourth visit t n thc here in^ August last reir. Also holidaying •,, a gurt' iilvrr Beach Duett House i Mb Yula ..ec-a-Ping from S Augu: tine. Tr;nldgd She Mil t i-emainlng until Januarv I Ml< Lee-a-Ptnt. la a Men. i/lunf-f :rpher employed with the Briti* and Mm. A. A. Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fii -i*-n.l'"onipany. Thi thc-r nr*l n the Chn %  tuiUdayi at a 1h Wand. % % % %  %  la ohm with he f\ rnd Hill Brown, Bill's sister* and l.ibb> will be spendikaaif In with l)y and Mi* %  ibbrmv at men home "Foflt*one". St .lamer Jerry i, n d Libby who arrived is >ntrrda\ hve on %  ideal ;it f'rrnrh \mha**nilor \N'I> \U;S r AP.NAL %  .LISTENING HOURS HKM1 asOssOsB %  I OPEMM. VMlDAY .S P.M 1 How to end a COLD quickly , %  Mixirtr %  %  1^.1 m <••ITn lasBBtfll .cpuc out cam the runal parojgn, perm mini fret %  ibbsal Kipa* tnioihehc*!.th-si mo* phenr %  u nw rn iiai '•<" lia%ni M ihsrgrd *n ing np.'Ui Siuiin IH 73 LOMOOMJ Daft II Radio LgDorsjd Tir.l hirthrkiy. Wit SaU^INe r-dio ptUJBjflfl tin' %  ".—C.P SING IN IN THE RAIN ';• fBfRnT %  '.' Dowuo aoowiOR OfBBfE REYNOLDS KIPAK INHALANT RUB Sold ••trywhars %  -aa< •••* %  — %  rM*-*~ too IE PERFECT XMAS CIH GRANTS WHISKY .AlWATS THF SAMB PIMTP xatb'i arsnnd th* piano to Unten %  %  1 Brat armirrmay of ta* failf.'x W MII.K Chi-. GRANTS WHISKY aloril the M" %  > BV'" %  ^>iidafi K %  %  P f i:.v • i; v. fcivn %  nidi I Mn. n.n lie %  %  'ml been .., be r*i %  %  I %  1 word i>' praise 1 1 %  which m the ma I'uinii!' van • I I %  %  THh < I.N I %  \| 1 1 MCIL oPf! Ol D sriii .1. Utfl \ — %  11 MM %  1 %  lla ..f theii drai .,1 %  •• %  .... %  %  it-n awaj ll '4 broiMfal to ligni %  nkr a basioo to fall biirk %  a 1 > %  >T 1 %  itirr!> tha more 1 fnm'tit clubs .I.' able to %  I 1 (>np5 the; and imbting " Wednedn\^ only I I I B MERRY XMAS For trie Whole FAMILY M \Ki; SI RK THAT VOIR UMILY IIAV* A MBtstl % iM XM\^ ill trifftTTNO T R EVANS Wliritl VOI' CAN N jW GET A ni t iiou r. or CUTS KR Till: WHOM KIDfl 4 \H* DOIXI BALLS I I IHi\ III Mill IK KS LOBBIES i.A>U> PBAHH OABIH \ HETS OtAi il OR \llii\s r.i < KI 1T. R. I I I I EVANS (WHITFIELDS) VO! R SIIOI -inn nr: '•'.__ 4??0 .^.^ ^^^ I \M1I.V IIIK BUM KINGS l)ft'-s -II unuKs 1 OMB -I rs I MH i:\VEAR II \ NllS I IN 1 1 1 M ,s SUPPI RS BHOI a III 11 IIIM Hill ItTS IN ALL Ill's. BELTS. A I \I>:RWI:ARS II VXMIs M>\MAS BOM rils l.i.l -II -1 I -I I IT I Its III! \\I)S SOCKS 40 MAKI -1 i;i roi VISIT r 1: i\ \\. \MRI: Tin 1:1 is -it 11 \ HUH < llilll I A \| v M Hi n>\\ i 0-1 CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE MR. PLANTER KMH3 ^f? r\ N We recommend the famous — : >i your serious consideration MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyL Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR i .11.,. available itb llall-Tracki) ill. our I ion, AI.I.-STEKI. CANE CARTS flllnl wilh ovtr-rnn Brakes in(I I'li.-iiiiiiiii, Tyrrs Theap '"HI. Mfa already been Iried and praved lo Iho satisfaction .f their owner. — lie amontrst these satisfied owners. LET US ASSIST YOV WITH YOUR TRANSPORT HROBLEMS Other M11.MMll.1rr1. Agricultural Equipment available includes — (.K,\SS MtlWKlIS ANI> I .. Mil lc RAKI s PEN MANl Hi; LOADERS AND BAGASSE MANURE SPREADERS FEKTILIZF.il INSTRIBI'TORS Etc., Etc, Etc. Your Enquiries invited 1— COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM DIAL 4616 — Whitepark LIMITED Road Agarrt* i M in: I I -MI iwa a-i Vi ivwsai Pi I FRANCIS TO GOES WESTPOINT *iarriri iTnnnor | %  MoN> SEA HORNET I Laat two .W lo-ilay 4 a OMinU Ptfcr* wt NOBT ani HAUNTED mm ROCK ISLAND TRAIL rsdaaaaaj I • %  .l-vr. Wfcola Serial UNDERSEA KINGDOM HAUNTED HARROW nn \r.a* AMtne. a OartrlV T *is M'l.' f. • 'UMI' M TM.rsrt.. Pi at at iv IT MrtT HAY COOE Of THE ^Wnmi Wtdr.n, LAWLESS at.rii-ai aatiir* mh t* a •> onrniiia Thuradai ISth at H SO tantjr an aaeM mm*HN IION *iit Awii III! MOO*. u*"t MiifeiuroM%RAR a U LOBE NO WAY OUT and PINKY IlK-harn W1DMABK—Je.„ CHAIN Ktht WATERS Linda DARNEL Fl NRSRE MIDNIGHT \M\s FTT SHOW LOCAL TALENT ON PARADE The Film %  flOOMI I ItaT Held Tour Half IMBBSI tn Win 3 i\rl-ii. Iir. Ilrliifhrn B-er l*ree i* iiirl nB( Ora.irr mh \\i. lid all IVrMinho l. H .h part In our 4 l-a-l Talent Show Attend Awdltlen TO-HAV 12 noon to p.m I



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TUESDAY. DECEMBER J3. I95J n.\KR\IH AIIVIH \1l: PAOl THREE New Finance System For Kenya? 'Consolidated Fund Will Be Recommended LONDON. Kenya may lead the Colonial Empire with something new in internal finance as the result of talks )Ua1 pleted in London. The Colony's advtser-obaerver at the Commonwealth Economic Conference. Treasury Secretary. Mi. Wilfrod Padley. camito London HUM weeks ao for discussions with British GnwrnmeYil financial experts. And on the ''vi' M UM Ml conparti ints 'are adjusted ference he told me of his plant to and presented recommend that Kenya adopt the It would mean too that, because 'consolidated fund" system of of the unofficial major i v. in Legtsroplng with aovcrrJOcnt iptndirif Uva Council, the electorate would when he rMunta to NairOM. have a more direct hand in omtrollintc iiovernment apvnding. This system, although operated Th,, -consolidated fund"' sysuy the Dominions, has until now tern would carry with il another been looking on as too advanced important change in the Colony s 'or colonies. So Kenya may IKthe financial set-up. testing ground for the real of th. if the system were adopted 111 Colonial Empire if the scheme U |i fc entirety, head* of Government adopted. departments would be responaiB;it alread> Ken>a ha* taken ble> for keeping their rnort 'dvjnljge than the other .„unts. And thi decentralisation colonies of decentralisation of w ,,uld mean greater financial recolonial control to push ahead it* %  ponstbilitr for them than ihev financial system. have at the moment. In effect the "consolidated fund" f^l, doaptte Its immediately ap.ystem will mean that the consent p. irr nt idvantages. the proposed •jf the Legislative Council will av atatn %  -* %  .nM |i ll b not mean have to be sought before any Govslau cutung. If anything it would emment Member can draw depart->robnbly Involve an Increase in mental spending RMXM3 OUnUnfl staff. As a result, the government Mr Padley. however, hopes to would know at any time exactly lw :ihio Io conv inoe the Kenya how much money the colony had r.i.vcrnment that the system would In the bank, instead of, as at more than p^y j or lr ,e extra -*ff present, having to wait nearly six needed. months btfore the respective (!cSometii |-\IMB AT UillllrMIH RoloAS iQ wines for Quality and Value BUT A BJOTTLB TODAY' CHILDREN of Bay Street wrr. %  .taged by pupilof Queen'College and later at Wood.m. Q | I I ing A play was Aluminium Companies To Help Govl. LONDON Canadian and British AJumi nlum companies will help laancii the Empire's biggest ever Individual project — the £144 million Gold Coast Aluminium development scheme. e before his provisional departure date, December 19, Mr Padley hopes to complete his report on the proposed accounting system. But n* will have to tit the *ork Into his closely-knit programme covering the Commonwealth Economic Conference. Women's Cluh Entertains Rich Strike Of Uranium Ore In !\. Rhodesia The United Kingdom's bic for the scheme, in principle. ha* been given in a White PapM i aented to Parliament Britain si.. prepared to put up a maximum " of £5? million The alumin SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay Over 100 children •• %  i nti rtalned by the members of the Women' ChlB on Friday afternoon at then Club Room in Woodsidc Gardens. Several %  il ilegc veiy V/tilfa and gav* | perform;inr !" for them Which started with the kinging of a enrol. There were t;ip dancers. and a cl< By CHAPMAN I'lS, lit K An [irtportanl strike of rich uranium i : % %  Lho ttorttng point for Bill iponi and %  tonvpowor projoots—%  : Nkana, in v k al I 'Itus i.. discloaod i)> Dr. Charlei K Davidson, chief geologist >f tinAtomli I i. all. but Santa and hia Keuwievi, little Valerie Cole's singing H.A.I Fighters Io used them Cs-f'l isltlfll ll Hl^lleS *VIV lurinei hiruti %  IOI'I ore I Fr.nkly I i D ft On gmill Sen MaiN Hetirinia Si Lucta under Captain A s I ftd la the Schooner O.vneiSeawall f"K. CunSdent I C. More. I -,: %  BfcKMtfa I ITMMB Clart* companies — Aluminium Ltd. and Sc „ Mrion niie Wolir. 'i I the Brltijh Alunumum Company Buti.h nuiana .,mi-t r.pi...: i.rry are prepared to invest £48 mili^ n ^ d u "^ •" o*nw." *-lion, while the Gold Coaat Govg^, t-d S IK1I>I. S tom. i !" m st eminent and private Investors i i is pointed out would be the natural market for mo-t of the Gold Coast metal but the smelter company would be under obligation for 30 yeirs from inttitil production to offer U.K. buvcr-> not less than 101 Of the natal produced This would give I'.K rorummer* around 00.000 tons %  y..,iin the early days of production and a minimum of 157.500 tom "hen full capau*. H.M. Government in 'JK. favultf participation i.i the scheme as furthering the pcllcy of encouraging development of Commonwealth resources at well as contributing to the raw matorlalf of the c K. 11 H . %  Guided thw delighted them BMKfll %  all balBg daveiopad I i lota of refreshwill show %  %  Cl md tanai Lord n< i i %  i. ipdDu Hey, l •' Mkeiy left in a happy mood. Vf An Mn ilD .i blgbtar raoBnUy< Vounu t'luh "l asuai not 111 bi Bwafi dub rtlhntali la •*2P* Infanrv hl..it iiMiving r '"' "-A.I win ed I'll* h. .olalmosi antirei) mtii British .. plan i '. ' %  Urst THERE'S DANGER IN THIS WORM %  il wtlfara organu many itlons. and : the inembera have been pkated u to help wherever possible '"' The club ha. a.. iU leader ener„ Wl U the linei getic Mrs Scott who m —m ..r toni-rnjW hbjh-ayiBi imtiei '1 %  her many houaabold dUtlgfteS •. " ***** time to help with iSBtion*. organ. W*-to Vi Sii l;.-. %  %  i i 0I ,/ \ v Rw i..m i...,u.--i,. :. of the Vulcan, sain tl H n> lully load A up. return to Britain, th. i n ". aaain to New Von ill day. i • I uian!• %  >->. o C ARRIVALS BT IS I A Fran AUlfaa— On %  • T B.our CbenaBl cultural MatCtkaW HK1MI i'HIMIIHI \/IM DISPERSIBLE lo\M)l A l'i IMIIK I Of lni|M %  iiil < hriniaiil | I'll.I I IIIM II I II ||S) I III M P H ENOVIS BRAND IHIKNO'liriAZLMi ^^ i %  % %  %  ind %  %  l39 %  Bar* Par 1>li.la>d-lie. 'a C TaloJ TttdOf. A Tiieae V • Smne.. S BkOUMi O J Itale*. Aniw-tp N Ml %  r HuUon, M Leaii Win If II M.H.W. I MAIL NOTICES %  a M DBPaavn ass BI B i I rh> i v %  a .... r. M Mi i itaaal L uR 1'• '• 1 %  %  %  -111 I. I %  SPECIAL DELIVERY LIQLEL'R PORT SHERRY CHAMPAGNE COCKTAIL Fruit-drink Glauuarc — Juies and Tumblen in riilmirlnl designs And Xmai decoralfd Table-runners I h.ili. and Drip Mali itutH.xnos 10-OIK 10TTO\ FACtOnV LTD. Reach at the Take die what! ot a Morris Oiford IR a facl-provaig oemonstratioe drtea. Here is a car Uui u going to gwe you a lot of new found sali.factma in oionomiuil motoring, and save you money in operating %  ad maintenance coiu. It i* roomy. iih a suipemion aystero Uas* makes for *nooib-aillng" over the roughest roads. Powarsd tor high average .peed* and imprennv acceleration. "Ouslily firat'Bs •wary detail lo rrt Jin it. par cnalny anJ tine tlyluig over the ysaaa. Saw be ihr rudtt. Ttkr Ue wAstt at 100m oi we sea, L/xfavcl FORT IIOTAL t.AHAt.K LTD. Phon 2385 Sol* Distributor. Phone 4504



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IMC.I Mil I! BARBADOS & ADVOCATE •<.a M at. MvawM Ba IM ...... MIIMM IIHMI.1 iiil i .' t l'i,.' MORE IIOI.IIIW ilh JI i"111111 Chi isiu %  %  ywu hiit n a the papula) ins mi-! front UM Iwl inmut.* A I j^ l to add Satui %  %  i Thf MMWtl %  tli J 0 tv. Ml (taring : | UM OMMMII Bj :' l Ul am case it I puhl G I will in fad CM %  H ippamitis nt UM or* pi ami because Saturday la U small c • *an *** •*"" W The masses. |e Muplo) * %  Tud < air no; J that the small counl paw will minority tl i ( A3 • %  • lankn i .. i %  u Mill have %  additional public holulas I are equipped with re i %  v family i I i %  %  %  meat i M \ %  -~ wtll in fact I m.u. than v.'ium uumU'i ol %  %  %  %  %  %  II %  %  %  -iuces the less it ears*. Thai %  %  work tn n which %  %  %  i %  I tpei w hich i dwke (Mt IIICMIV %  %  % %  • a tragani UM.I.MHI*. \II\OI \li n BfiOAl MM %  MBF.B 23. 1M2 ii run Bv Brverley Baxt -r M.P. has the i %  %  N N %  %  %  Thiwtati %  ui., ..... %  %  HMD • % % %  .' %  say fur I have Oiil' known him i>egin to disn '" %  i< h w characti "•*' tag wi) 10iW i" "hr gentle %  i' U I Cl Mtur. -.-., %  %  inniraiirH — -in i-owspopors uBtH he t n m %  • Is John Simon who h- pay %  "" % % %  ••• I ladiwllna the 1^"^" .lit think thai lineal life %  l %  %  1914 ear which %  newspaper* from .in sti in %  praise at M good B M cs "' "'• %  .in editor .%  iough %  tack a' oefoie hut dictaphone and %  i ihe II ha* been argued that lack %  .4111111 lUI "g •*' %  SB hour* and then K ughlv '' %  u w.ih'mV"' 1 arauM be n ^ :r,re* rounds of "* a ^ "jJJ, ; ,; l! %  'pkxwhip pour* h naj — to i, n tho calm . would Ihuik noday'* i**u1 | .-,. l.ki'ly ti -iv I the tetSil %  aid fo to Russia. He ar* *hen he to 1 t>r equally he might not like rn1 hall not ui v*h-t I Ihnik of because he i Bitting her* %  %  '" hk.Calitwn I the aaelets %  : ,i, inade h -. %  cnlUoa B9 II i' that th.-. nee,le,l Ui tree on one IT I %  *: %  :for %  .-, %  •. i(e but I I that he died tw jrourik i'M whu hat %  i\ir h.Kir* at a li:r.e tCUrat rnd N* All l'i VII* k> %  > %  l' 1 ruj fTuni raticue" %  > that k %  willCht oham^trength has be I no thst bful old age is the great at-year,\•* who raM s %  Baiety and P*J leapev-. l\d .. really good r I (Marv rangmg S < •<€ Samurt rrum i trom ;-rirs rmu good htatl i kg do u to refrain %  %  ::-. Bkojall *. -i kgat) %  house ho repotU fc tang life and g'-.t fwaith. "Live %  jjjg •-*... n. rumen r. p t ...... J ^^ ( I;U ..*.-. • *• is be." !K4M today kaam i ha %  am 'd m > J • r ** 1 tfw e the? are are e. i • ixrmi. Iv• KM •> 1^,5 . c n^ bnr, rMCtM ..• lmluui> 6ul Mi ^ .rrt^j ,,, m. Q,^, „ A *.i :.*_ > neni i the aw jsd ruigs waam case m aa saa kaah or mma m caoaaki tar as* Laa: tatac. I -J*. weary Pfcmng an — pia t —i H task or ? %  •*.T. •*.* %  %  ktkdaj. Iryiaaj as laosgi-ai asos* Lawk -•perhaps some stcret gf %  gk in o* ke chack. We curse tar %  iU %  a ro wiid l snaderbe so. Cketa ea* Wtaat auw. MC eeosi kssock. 7*^,7***, . r ***-. ** %  • %  *. %  -•g fPBOS DUt hti n a %  ---.— ~r — % % %  — < Street to the rrousaa ofBut %  a r l h iaisa t to be aksteasueau* mg*.' Tsere it >ea ua ores Mac* LUte a oniat a* War ic_ — -— "* !" reaaaaW. rt. ear? aumbe-ras k ..JS CT"^ ^ *£* taad kat C-. pwon rnaaaK oka ycuog at keaax aaWat he arociaim•a tte | liiggji of toe goes %  whe koee been *-t i ra.-ri pal brandtes up oa me when we an>" eaoat ^rtLjtaaaj nag I BBI ; .<•%  ;-.! Bat g ago t went to the Lor-i a*i .t cuniasic?. waaa tke MugMrml B aaojaat at east of auvwnture kaa haft tka> ices, tba when awaac and great iagi ca Wuuakar <*** da> gulu ne lonor sonuaaat. rsrr -- BJBttH-aam^at Our lotjitlti's S,n: Swvaa L-umr V'i~-'' olumu to •.. Banana in %  s da H. Et*. \ > .na \ \ \ 1., %  %  V F. .. ^* %  %  %  V w ^ V I w : inf earssal oBsl Bar as Ban rn will ta*e BsBwa at Oeaea Isvi I thsach on Dec 30, aaa ah* CJag Bar P-opis-'s Treat will B> mmmt We IBW a, the P i aawhasil. Mr. VL aaai Biaa. at the H ngi assi *ign-t Street. Dial rm. or tc asjaa t, Maiiw^U HaU. Ck. Cn_ Dial JJ_* your aai I.MTLFSIIi MOM IS 10 (I MMII BBVNatl l-OHItll VORK. THE tiery atom— tinirst UsUkJ W the um I so powerful that It lfM0> %  kwaar; man's mind—celebrated its tenth birthday •his month. There was a big party at this potent j birthplace, which 15. appropriate!. 1 enough. Chicago. At 9.25 p.m. on December 2. 1W2, the aton.l ;i,;htcd the rtrst atomic furnace or pile as they call it now. They lit it on a! squash rackets court underneath the loo*. bill stadium at Chicago University AT THAT MOMFNT |hf atomic age b* gan. From then the scientists knew the\ could make the atom bomb. Professor Enrico Fermi and his mc. in a race with Hitler's scientists. They had secret information that the Germans ahead. But one of the German scientists—Hitlei made him a scientific fuehrer—had pet theories and these v.. The American team followed the right trail Jubilantly, they brought out a bottle taf Chianti and drank toasts. N w Professor Fermi is much more solemn. For the thint; weighing most hi the atom men is this great questionHow can we BBBBSIWI the new power for man's benefit instead of hi* destruction? A SEW TELEPHONE line is going up be%  BfJ Pmladelphia, H Over this cable, made up of pencilCOfjfNff tubes. 1.800 telephone CtH \ will be able to go each way simi. Or 600 phone chats and a TV pro gramme each way. DO WOMEN SAY this is true or false? "A married woman's greatest interest is hei HIT greatest problem is her bal %  is for her own developI apart from husband and child"—auUnVa, One of her books u> entitled "Prodigal V. General Eisenhowers election. %  unions have been calling off strikes. have been settled subsu: Batata* terms. Bttl la fStkUywood the queerest strike o. •arted. The Screen Actors' Guild orderI 3.500 members not to make aatj TV commercial rilms. On America's privately owned I actresses smoke the btal rltknigaj Polishes .s. the rinest whfky Making "commercials," as these 1 menu are called, has grown into a wealthy The actors want mere of this wealth. They demand a fee each Ui "commerciai" appears, not just one payment when theymake It J deaih toll ir rw .'x.-— ^"-.. t : M.,.,::iV J : :: tfTlllHtl n cotaraeods Srigerprjtting all drivers. He %  %  %  '-eating; drunken drivers. an adaptation ol! the British L for L*eamers system. Cars driven by trrngftn will have %  Olympia 'holding more than 18.000 peoplu Pnncipa. :ad* shows. The senu.: gliding on CgtaWaW | OTtocs" C*arraex o£ Iew York. wil. one wiodow. Bustiikajg men inaade %  TU£ "best oc the BBC." is going; on my radio. New Y 5 %  KBC will present a t hr ee-hour programme ot B B.C "Mas" each Saturday afternoon in J Sample bests—a theatre *pher Fry; The Beggar's Opera" and a from the Third Pro "he Lady s N %  F frorn the Home Prograinme. %  %  v I I go on sale in New Y'ork soon. They show a •rd plietograph ot the Queen and th Duke of Sdlncr-r.ee House. A waeood box shows the Q u ee n at the Trooping the Colour Americans are told pacturea were submitted to tike t>gaa m aad the Duke and were their rirst choices. naxVuis von KOTCH naati ,„d HIM• %  %  -I'iriia tnm m mm *•*' "' We I I.'II'. 'Il(il— groml Slrrrl Ihr fawn la 'SLlKSE^i KOTICE Our IIARIUVARK Ik-parlui. M ill l>f USBM on Salurday !th PlClS %  > %  I P '"• %  • %  •* dftltaa] tfl Saturday 2Jlh all day. WILKINSON 4. IIAYNF.S Co.. Lid. G S. PITCHER & CO. nm-m.**-. BECKttlTl! -TORTS Could sgoj aH 'r.t •.-*.- nsBBal 1 %  BBSK %  shaoa 11 BM [aaa • •Jmr big %  Caa^BgWas. t'Aewr t-rxadd a> %  hanfsoe bat of donjons. %  serr' 5.00 %  %  3.M Mesjaw. Garr^ %  nw w.-i Gast -**r' tffa Baa k r iJBBMnj i" 1 a n Um— V.i< — •*^Jn> acrat


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TUSDAV I.I I \||i| |c r. |fg| II \Kll\fXl-. \I>V<>, Ml rn.i H\I Speeding Case Sen! Back To Magistrate's Court For Retrial THEIR HONOURS Mr. H A. Vnughan and Mr A I. B Hanschell in the AMafltanl CMirt at Appeal yg rts g r d, back lo bo re-heard and re-determined by Mr C I. Wa wyn. Police Migiftratc ol District "B", the case in which Joseph Hall i.( Railway Road. St Ql harged with driving a motor van at over 37 miles per hour on Boarded Hall Road on April 23. Mr. Vlhm had dismissed • Id Itiu Harris of Roa* lu merits ihr rase uhith iraa B I -"'ill be held lobroucht by the Police after Sit .;Jv at 10.30 a.m. I.I r. HiWas Henderson had pointed out that a *n p Mr. G. B. Grirth... A .'L. wa> "l ,(le on ,he ch r 'e Pi Uca Coroner of District "A". II.MIIIII HO Mills mil. HflOSI III as to the speed. After Mr. Walwyn hid given hit derision 'he Potue appealed In the presence of Hall. Cpi. I. Jones attached to the Traffic Branch at Central Police Stalin!, told the court that while r. Police Constable 3 Uishlev Una *•& "*• iS**! "" he were on duty along Boarded Hall, he saw Qw Van M-I1I8 tr-vOling along Boarded H.ill and it appeared to him t.> be going at at fait rate Mall rat lb. drivai and a check with the rt) %  showed that the car • driven at over 37 mil* per hour. Later Hall wu notified that he would be pro*ecuted for speeding. The speed limit on for vans is 20 miles per hour. **• Aked by the eoufl I( tk nave f"h I oftc %  .I'd Ihsjira al out 8.30 p lion December 20. suffering from muse lit Road Vi" Tha peal mwtrm i %  Dr. A. S. Cato. ROXII ACCIDENT %  fter 8 30 a.n r*av an accident occurcd on Boehueh %  ;; tho m^tor lorry M IMt< u notlflJ ih>! h '"""• %  Roper* of rVlIev-11-. S' Vlh"el and dHvcn bv Kenneth <>f Ol % %  • % %  L %  %  BI Oeorga ~|evela ridden he B* tc of Plekwkk Gap s* MlriCTUltrSHOWS a *ertion of T>! electric motor* are batag t nut ailed. 1 create the factory' %  output. si Latej ntta :i\|'c. Ml lo Mixed Cargo Arrives It\ Saguenaj Ship Th# Saguenay steamship Fatten in pori from %  Had o* •IT. 807 bags of feed. 40f container* al Kjoda, 12 boxes of apple* and 1". 6>i p:ece-< of lumber. Captair %  veaaat **| ^^ ,,. %  M I VMi 1 ll\K( Oil lea and 500 bags .in Item %  %  WaaTa ... ten %  I IA.'H 1'ided 500 bags ol 100 container* of I %  : %  \ %  %  %  i unhtirt II POT STKAUM. ev'dence on his bahaU or if hi? witnesses were called to the court. Hall said no. Their Honour* in sending back the east Mid that Hal] i neases should h*ve been asked to put up a defence. PIT ON BOND ti % % %  : .UK A. McLood. Police .Magistrate ofJ 1).. yesteni > %  plaead Clifton Bush Hall. St. Michael on a bond for six months in the sum <>f £S £4 in 21 days or two months i for stealing a bundle of shinnies iri-nnmonl with hard lal from Seibert Waterman of Bank B*-T.^ "t pi District "B" prosecuted Hall. for the Pol ce. The offence was committed on November 23. Sat. E. Km:, attached to the Central Police Station prosecuted for the Police. 10/FOR LOITERING Joan UulllM of Gull Hill. S: gu.ltv btfoa 11 s Worship Mi ( L Walwyn, Polloa Mafpstrata o Dtttrlct "B*' of stealing a qu corn from Slapli' Onva PttnUtion, Christ Church on October 19. %  ^Arrangements Made To Plan Community Centre At Ellerlon THE PLAYING FIELDS COMM TTKK ol SI made BiTwigcnwnti ywttfday lo draft Ivo proBrammc for the Community Centre al Ellerton. The DIMtinf nu held at the cvntrt'. D meiidatlotis for tins progranuno were pul forward by Rev. R. RussHl who recently look up -hv \i 81 l.ukc's Church Membtn prMnl wtra Ifr W. A. Yeavwood, ChairnuuT, Mr. II. H Goring, Mi 3 ft A. Douglas, Mr. L C Moon Hid Rev RUSM-11 In ina Aw Maul court of Appeal yesterday Their Honours Mr. H. A. Wugnan and Mi. A. J H. Kanachell iini-ci J4-V..I! -I.I ed to 9 8. Cpl. Walters of District "B" Police St..arhlla ho was passing near Mount HID rood, he saw RoUlm When he approached Rollins to ask him what he was doing in the Held he ran away, It • 1.35 a.m. on October 18 Sat. Henderson of District "'IT' prosecuted for the Police. INQCEST TO-I>.\V The inquest into th tance.s surround in c the Ma son-Contractor Passes Through SKAWELL, Dec. 22: Thomas Cockburn, a mason contractor who has )ust completed three S ears in St. Lucia working for lessrs. Holland, Hannen and Cubitta In the rebuilding of paoaod through here circumby B.W.I.A. n hi.s .,. I... I. :, deatll Ol Trinidad. Mr. Yearwood said thai Ihty were tt vm [ a n'nn tinidea of using ttta C < Centre only ns .. da said that U properly so that it would ba of I %  %  The Commlttaa oacMa I In Ulfj ionnvton one member said that ha would ,.i>i>r • Gr.ihth of tha Pul I at hi-' pM %  rail their arvlcaa to ad Ubrarl ina. Thau I to MIM approval, Tha Conunlttoa Is also hoping to stage nn an axhttttion as soon drawm s will ba eott put on :• %  '. Th i Con later pur. hasUta baat palntlnp to decora-., tha Hal It was idso luaaatad that a had ihould bi %  and trees plantad to baauttf) the %  mlttaa la Nell Manning and get her suggestions. Part of the Aald will U::.. I built a stage. pureha*r %  piano, Hall; Si I H nays for fancy i i %  I i hava an evai ... lit of iii" I i Iran of tbo •pad thai tha V th< Dap irunanl <.i ah %  will also be ha i %  r ,r %  -., .i by Mi. Oollop, %  Iffleei Electric Motor For Fairfieid Factory i •UUad In r Factory, fl i i %  : %  %  hou it I n hour. %  %  house was a %  %  plant. Tin %  I I rimes about the end ol the rai rarkli ; not %  %  i el %  %  hava as I A ata %  \RKI\ \IS h.i'.i ST It 1 IV %  M.rfj llmrielL* .. %  i t!i, I ol. Klr-wir***. tha Lady st-Mlf.ivi 1 %  %  %  %  I %  Lll M ir,-, ll.nrhll. %  %  I ; %  %  %  .: : %  \ odatlon t tBOO BV LAP1 JOT sal l>ady Jay anil SI [ Mil cargo included 1 pinna o| *J00 hag* of : bafi of chfon fitii! and U baS< i W. Parsons. I ha I ..|v ,fl I . %  Ol (MM is ntOM DOfaUNIt \ %  I was tha m h,nai Caa li at M i<;. irhkli an %  %  iied tha main Item ol I i opra. Wl Ipmani of il tha < onliarnt it. i to (ha Si hoonai \ Only Scotland, trj.lmonal horn; ... line tobaccos, could produce I-.HII Square Onlv in 1 .ur Square tobaccos will you rind itasctad lc*l. bsaBaW vtlh ifegfj handed down by suc.csur BBaWfBllOM t. r 0TCI 140 years. FOUR SQIAKi: TOBACCOS • UNI ILINDS TO CHOOU PhON MAD? 0T DOglF OF P All LIT fr*f i%fitffr Mlfffffl I II DOS) LTD po BOH • I VI IV lltAMIHtll tin f.-i tha Children's Programme Al Library Over 300 JuvenUa m.-mbers of the Public Libra*) '"ok part in the Spec 1-1] Christmas Hour Prograantni for them yesterday .iftcrnoon. 1 and plaj wars excluded from this year's programme so that the 1 reading room could accommodate those who attended. The children enjoyed themselves singing carols, playing flams and t king r Qufats Compatlt Mcmb-rs of the St. Matthias School (. ttandad li d BlUBl • : "f t.'hristmas .*ongs much to the delight Ol tha llieii. Other children recited. The reading room WI dacoralad f" 1 lha ocesislon with tranches of casu Christmas Tn I ranches of poinaattla. \ I of the room, banners symbolic of Chi Pi CompatlUoni whlcJ 1 • In this danartmanl of the Library. %  the P read thr 1 birth of Jesus Chrl II %  %  of the staJI rnmn, and |ud fll H.W.I.A. QpenitQ Sperial I li-.hi1 to then %  : ll.W.I.A special niichK for lha Trinidad 2i an.I th (%  laavh I %  %  of tha con] The flirht on l>--c. ?H 1 %  POCKET CARTOON 1 OSBI Rl I t.Ni. VSII H ^„.V i'Aly Stores Ooudeil \\ iih Skoppen CHRISTMAS ihOppara continue •.1. row 1 lha 1 Hy inopa, 1 %  had < %  %  • wciitha .'. %  I Canadl in •iall' m .. 1 hea) 1 %  %  ...Idawalka %  AM but 1 Lin nit" town I bus stops I for th Hard worhod mop assistant!. iling aach lift tha 1 %  •. protl il":' ni-vcr tu K" to onl %  1 .... 1 bi (rfeiz M a .. % %  bj M.o. : H "Anniur A1110111 %  III IISMI l* PI HI Hill II1 "Hhsllrosi1,'ll'ia.Ill Taauna" M "Joy" "Momriit Buprrm .'..III %  %  •J Revirns"Dans la Mall -Banana-la" "Ptann it RaeaUla 1 Mail dr Kosi" Tf anah Cm Cm" '%•. Tsbac Blond'" 1 %  • orinI.-Oanasto M -im Orur iJaesj ~.'i. "TatiM" '"10 Oarats" by Dana "Miss Dior" iMorama 1 1 < hrUtlaa Wai -My HIM' "Baantal Arpx 1 "IndUciot" "OaidntiU" 'N Chaiial No. It KNIGHTS LTD. Msny ulmrnti sre u.uid by poor oluod which M|BJ may affect the whole tyttem. Skin eruption, m/%** and irritabon. simple rheumtim sn.1 nainf-'. *** ^"*3> points arc nature'* signal that you need <-larke' %  weawsast Blood Mixture. This famous mediane helps SKW to cUansr the Mo.id uram of impunnes sod cOMHAMTTt keep you fit and free from tbet* and similar ,miH%• iroubkaoow complaints, lie -•# U> ask for *""*? %  CLARKE S 0 ** IWN$ Blo od Mixt ure flags To.fceep fit and active.. M Oivo them HALIBORANGE every day TKESS'I NOTHING LISS ir for building up reserves of vital energy, promoting healthy growth, strong bones sad teeth — sad resistance to iltneis. Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended sritb the iuice of ripe oranges, it is neb in Vitamins A and D and so delicious in taste thai -w the most finicky youngster takes ^L it with delight. afla?~_aafn Incidentally, it's fine for grown\y^* „p, woi Haliborange Moil Bugland by: ALLEN • HANBLRYS LTD LONDON. E.2 AMONG OUR RANGE OF SHOES I WE NOW OFFER — Ladies' Canadian Shoes in White Nnhii.k. .mil ur.-cn <>r Red Siuik.-.\in wilh ankle straps 111 K> %  I low rill lourt as well as s.-v.Tal "ihr llyltB BfilB nsaa%n heels ami plalforni MIM BUY NOW FOR XMAS FROM HARRISON'S" D-l 2664



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PAGE SIX RARDADOS ADVOCATh TIT.SDAY I'll I Mill I! 2:1. lM St. Winifred's Paying Off Debt Old Girls Render Great Assistance i had PHasDay it SI Winifred'* number of staff change* thai $-houl look plan'*ar UeaMJttlpJZeas Mi's J C. Sealc III Mi* MinmInct had reUred_ane her rtfMfl said th thanta m the thirty yean of faithful efT. rr T the Old Girl*' AawclaMiss Cowpei had rest; tion and the g h at ositj lamalM chant* ami othei friends of 'he Ml H school the del. on IM !. %  I • WPI—%  Ho a, >n holiday In Barbados Working Men Association Make New Bid For Members j si \ :;. EN lined to r>. rit Workingmc French lady Association ii in rapidly and soon it will be political force to be reckoned and significance 10 them. The Federated Indu-' Agricultural Workers' Um.ii of .. .well.'had tak. fts fmer positll i. prpposed to open the FairderS-ia^afhasfSwarded IDTO^ I. yearago toll Home for indent child** £ 'tttnTS*£d NTo^OrgSnt .-rl> next year. This has been „ lton -„ iru ,he arrest of Mr tuced, Tt was owii K to Old Oirir came to me K-IWI i-> sw ....-. •ection* of the community, had a made possible through the genera*i ,_ %  .. !,„,, vJl p !" irf*,i,.f efforts that the school .as starting until the time ywrwtotett. u .. lp. and al one y of Mr. Lew,. Punnctt. a retired A J "J \ !fZ\, ".'. ,7,1 T-adc Ch*i next teim. ium to the school In England gi 1( r .., -faction secured foil out planter, who abou 8 years ate u^^ Federation or Trade Two tvpcwrr.ri*. three office desk*, whenIM worked. Mrs. ^ MU lai elected memmade p g.fl of 10 acres of land lo TKT^W ...K,,* k. ^ ,i to* the" %  ..':' '"' %  "• •*" %  Ev *' l >" Sf? ''i' 1 ,or "v';""" beri o. lha Legislative . ounol the Anglican Co.nmuS.tv for the ta VZ %%£„ **,£ A&ta&rsS .-. had all been pr vidad %  .u ren one. itly. posts In town • ^ Jo His Honour the Adm nshut, r of part of too pro*asd. or the Wa. rt(J kprs p,.^,, >nd mtwr. Wo,k . .Urted through the SaTtrTiuZy^^fortntoS Fair held M the school lastOcMrs. Denn.s Worme WtiMtln 01 Rt Rev II N. V tt '?,.<, ,^ WFTV ?h5 tobtrta ^'iSSZSS'JSi MT MIS* Oarvie. a graduate with i tudo of the Mrlo I.<' r 7J> hat hm. g£* ' ,t I diptom* Joined < U! ., task proved too much for the g K ££' m 0 d ",, n ^ Je Fier,, h Crone Sand and • oMhe ewht ocks In 't,' nummembers fonned what wa known the work and to wirier. 11 Old Girl had to %  • Th^ Eiphth Arm. -' | hJ alin nromn-l sttassss*of tto aehool %  %  • u "' II ai Ubtrotlosii bul ipiH tv* yt-. | vn hie %  • %  .. Iof Heetlnn nmmise* hnve undo) t he Oui. • %  i i %  '. the $..<' -I then Itip. %  wer to an Mapeal ( %  atoryl for % %  w*ork< vear Mr. Ilcftt rmraior; .-..idren hnd been iT smof Aunt WMfccwn forward to I ll %  r ner added, und the school was n"t gratefiil V(litoM „_. ^. %  forlhi. help ..r l.v A mi „ %  Girtj had to extended Ubrai Ttanporary arraoaV1 licence. Inj providi-d AoclMio' Hoverplane 'S'hml^ \1JM *larl So in One Ol Hi manufacluiers given Pri/i's for wnJ b was fiat grateful in ll if rxpeniix'c books; and continued MUsSeii'.' ,: lo hank other kind donors whose names are on the pn>ci Mr. Clifton Wright, besides girted a i'!'" 1 for <•<** sportsmanship h;ni prtao t rt ed her with itfiiufiictuiers i planning to open bralnlai s<-hool at whfch pilot* I'lll be able to put In thr riving mg. t* erected. ..i her hair. The fourth tableau ,uc for u During the afternoon -bowed a youthful bridal couple kXM i,y the sea )l( ind ,. Uta and aUver with touches .i„ iisn market stand*, earh pr< • i boUQMOt I Bold on the biidegroom** costume. This Dlsabtth, eld. %  %  I JatlghtaT si James 1. inherited all iU Uie th. The eatrrtamment reflected tl .of her grandmother AdimiilMratcr Hun. H. II. OarVey Inflii'-nee of Coronation Year. Aft | Bootg. Her marID Doe. IM7. Tuc ctmuted co( Omrorl ll h twtvoj Chatt for the >mging of the School Song, n<1|(l Wils H popular an event as ll ilW.OOO of which 198,000 tot .vhich she bktaed him daily! ht JeTUsatafn,'' than wag %  pteylel ^.m „f uUr own t^ucvn, for her been provided by CD. Ac W. fundshad also given a T-inu, Hat for which told the storv of Princess bndegroom, the Elodor Palatine. The building when lompleted will the aecond lawn which would ho Ilosebud's marriage with the Sn ., p ,, 1-nI> j nt n wv w ,.,,. M „, on | y H dd to the comfort < %  ; "My for l(W next term. A netDragon in order to save her father's ihowD a pathetic little girl. Elizavendors and customers bul also lo I all field was also being prepared city from destruction. Thia wa. tic h ,i flU ghter of Charles I who the beauty of the town lhanks to the generosity of I acted l p nine ,>f the MMN "t UM described her last inle.vicw with friend nf the-srhooL and she heped srh.rtjl. all of whom looked moat ,,,., rather, At thi* point two '.hat that too would be in use next allraetive in their flower costumes DtrifJ V"..Iiand "EngUnucr toe auspice* of the Extraterm. i f.ii"ed bv an bhdortcal u,,,^-' iron sung to |to girls of %  > I DapaWmoiM two loeturai _, „ I :i.pae of England's lhp Upper and Middle Schools, were delivered at the Court Housv The %choi-'Mc work <.f thi Elirabetha." First came a short A 1( ,iher tableau. .. i 11 ill I n school had been she felt -u.c.-s, crne portraying the meeting „f (i ,. 1>r( c m rt-tIC daughter, folthe Anglo-American CaxIObeon In fully CWtted M during the past Edward IV with the fascinating i, w |. This Eliubeth married the Tl j^tf^gjM &*3&i22:33L \stttJStimjL sra in aovan subjects Patience Sumi-.er daughter Rlliabeth of York w rw ne nostril of dead statistics her classes. Some of the work Queen Elizabeth I was preceded ^'uabeth II, trident in hand. ,,l,d U'vcn life, interest. done b* tier pupils this term by a sonnet reminding u> of the landing in the chariot. The '" %  %  — could be seen on the way to tho splendours of her reign, and endSenior girl* then grouped them-^^" ~ library. It was Miss Marker who uig with n prayer for our present selves round the chariot nnd had painted Ihoao realistic seaQUIWI Gloriana looked Impresing a "Song of Britain" and horse* on the Barbados. Man Seal'•oat-of-srms" of ive *.iUi n htr violet and gold dress a big upstanding ruff of loea with pearls festooning from Edward German's I DKland." "God Sa nbeth." ^TCA Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP You'll feel so Ircsh and encrgcit after you've i J I huo" Toilet Sojp. Its decpc>cansing lathCl y ftCcS you Of weariness, keeps you frcsl BMicll longer! For fmhncs* ill dgy *nj every dtj — use Lifehuov Toilet Sojp FOR PERSONAL FRESHNESS ALU Ds 1/MMrUM-l I 2 We Extend to our Friends and Customers Sincere Wishes for a Happy X'mas and trust that the New Year will bring you much Prosperity CENTRAL FOUNDRY LTD ?BiItIililIIXaWMIlM^ a BYNOE LTD -*. %  WECKLY Hightn to Montreal nnd Toronto. DAILY flights from Montreul to London, Glasgow, Shannon. Regular flightn I lsr (T~^^'rLTrT:.~T!.T. .!r.'ir r l!:' tmmiifidnm,!!—. SANTA IS DELIQHTED WITH LOVELY RANGE OF BISCUITS PRESENTED JACOB & CO.



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ri\Y. ni:crMB!R M. IS;: BARBADOS ADVOTATt l'\.l M\|\ Eorruption On Inrrt'ust In Russia I By W. A. K*-ir* nniniii \ v 4 urnvi >i \s IV\HTII;S I'rcss of %  >unts of %  %  and light. l %  lade i ally with Air Tourist Services April L954 IXJNDON Round-ltM-worU anrvtce .v 11 be operating b> Ai'i .k iM. the International Alt rt Asiooat on announced m andon. Existing cheap service* be extended through EuPainful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped } or amazingly relieved la 3 evt of 4 corse* In datto-a' own leafs! • Women ud girls who • %  u • urTrr from UWN function% %  %  ally-caused araaapa. backacftea and aaada c hea and the Middle Eat during com laal upaat and Irritable on eatl*ln -prUrular IUJI" — may often be suf faring quiu unntr— %  rtly duct) la the cooclusloti M doctors IB i I Hajrhini %  a?* Wattaai • UM mil. I ii. %  Iris wu.*i TWO PARTIES were given foi poor children yewrday. LEFT: Lady So 1 pr<*rit Chnstms* Rift to UtUa Michael Barrow at the ChildrenGoodwill Lein.Cieacht yeiei of 32 bablc* who received Rifts. One hundred and forty elementary school children were al*o treated to CnrWissa. far. Sir George 1. Lady Seel. Mr John Bcckle". Michael and hi* nun* RIGHT Mr.. H0. Ramsay tleftl presented gift* to the children at the Cartstmaa party at Canst Church A.oih< mOduve perfujna kn (kiniula Dry I Xmm Oompetttkm CLAUD OMOOIM of Upper This WHS the llrst comi%  • id Prybytkov will ut ha kin I ll feature. ... I ... Ch. Ch. Aluisliouse Inmates Given Christmas Party i III An Turiwd Hack Every W 'eek At The Ports NEARLY Fimr CHILDREN end 78 inmate** ChrM Church Almhous.MUndwJ the Christina* Part] which / SlrwSoaSSi M.i.i.in... !lill and her social worsen ;ii Cnrlsl u*, airporti and aaapori Church AJmsli ,( evening Gifti were .n tntcrtribute,! bj Mn tt O. Ramsay. Wit. ol lb* Amenc-m |& tt ^ P ^P^* IK Second Officer at tha Consulate worat Both .mldnm and inmate* enBefore thepresentation. M, Tftaj ar told that tlie beat % %  Ural half of next year, to South India, .'akisUn and C*y• a lattai halt and ttwoaah Uw r..i KaM tad Pactie curly in I.A.TA also %  anauaoad thai fai the tkr*t tune, fares hn\t beer. illed for scheduled int. N : %  the American West con-t :• r rant A M>okc*man sain tnai MN Uireached b] tm mbtt tlrUaai represent "almost an revolution in air trans' %  Jot an oinpUah* %  Una relief Tea) UMicti %  •ideore show* Ltala Pink ham I tho*( ahi( fc-l-r In arUnn It •awu % %  •r* D. A %  i .irreatid —f.r. ii.is no> yt baaa judged. %  ni.in. Who ujs g)vi m./, tad KIUIU pudding. E v a ham. 1 the winners totl.t> |Q tnanj Uvel Tin PoUoa Band Raaativj atld thai it *ra rice and i .ibadoa and Tliree Who Work For West Indies Had %  IM1* mootaj Goodwill League Treat Chiklren I Imirasnael) ...... | the ,l,: .iinl hrought a j. ...., ;,, iiieti. ban ina i httdrwr i s.\ artahlBg them Happy Chrtataua and pleasant Ne, Yaai Idn H A. Tataa, Cn uni hw ai 1 den ol Chrart Church, thaakad the Aral policy is t.> be i %  to .HI travaUtn If %  iMiasport is out of dale i nrythitig K dona to touch Mlth tlie | br Co n sulate In Lraalon and t*l tar put right. Inn wTaal about 40 people are r-fu u. enter the couatO "ul Ua ntnaaa. I ii'>. name e pame. \ ..e-iYi^ident:of the the liUk inile-n back on the next boat or airplane If he has In spend ., night in Mtihle tittentfon ii-HT arlUl freedom t" hli} mid and igarettes. —I. La, tt\ UM time in" aa atn fcaa IUH I baaa i>ut lull) Into rmranon,' 1 ha %  loailj ol miii national will br carried on touri Igt rather than tlrst-clas* flights and the ecptso rak bans oi Lta la rill be mass rather than] I ga transport %  RaotBt I A I A sosslons have Agreed that llrst class fares Will lie left iiiiehaiiRed during 1V53 In Ihe '' Western Hemisplu-n tin Kai Easi IBd ever Ihe Pa.itlc Than Will on rout* frarn Europe i„ the Near and Middle I Tourist fares aie 20 to M par cent less than llrst class chargra The axtaraaoa <>f tourtn aa m iii baaln on April i next yaar with the ntrodwtton ol • hi n traval within iniroaa and between Kuropa and the Middle East. From Vk>^i Backacha, Rhaumatic Pain Relieved Hardening, panning, odd job* r>Hiud (he house | be a flesiurc again when you are |>N from baOaibe, rheumatic pain>, alitf, aching muscles and imnii, turn£ bago ot conunon unoaiy iruuMei doc io impuniici HI (he blood. Why not get happy relief by taking IXwn". Hj.kachc Kidney Pilh. ITicy help ihckiJn<-. M rht the blood of excess uric acid and h uiipuntie* wfakh e*herwsM might cttllcct in the >y\irin anJ cause di.irt.v HAW A QBSTVM v j mtm at latnda aawi A* M aaalsaa *wViev Alum u iht pnuJ rt**rj ,./ /^M,', fflk fjtaajftll UCWWM e/ all dgei MM 4*J ttommtml fan ttfcittx Jiartt* am.' a owueplK w Ihnr tntnJi arU >srvMsa-i. Ai your D-aiarrar iwatll Pans Through rrom Martiniquo %  ",' ol't.iher l, 1953. tha network will %  tn ich i>ut to lacluda India. Paid*tan and Ceylon with a brunch be. tween Europe and South Africa Then, en April 1. 195*. tounstcuua rlLfhta will i>egin io Raaa Koni: Manila and Tokyo and the Padnc from Asia mi \ itai.i'i' %  > Ban Francisco and Vanioiiver Another branch route will pcovtdi ohaap traval to South An"-" .i .. wall fnougri to fempl even Santo I d saint — niipie 1*'Marcui ilonlal doctors I. 1)1. C. Beltirld by a ... from Barbapractice I NTHANSIT n u relay fag B W.I.A Trmid.. I on his way to Criatobol i A Boardii.g Ottkar ol Line. Aleo arrtvlnl nan yeaterday 7*i!"' iftanki frorn Martinlaua by .W 1 A mtraiiHii for Trinidad. Noel Foatcr-Dav: . fhrist Church Baby WaU1 Colonial ,'.", "; t ; \S yeVrty rfloit LB UaflW Mrs. R. Rudder. Mrs. D. ..; SS, eh.ldren Ashuy.Mr and Kn. H A Talma, waiM, Jeroine iian,;; Cona'Cuc^ mcl among keeps open p h f J' ^f.. co, .?"'f ,, ;l kini ,„ ch-* He I' %  Mrs. S. Healh ,,, ,.„ ,„, Mll .„ %  „. Th,S thanki-d the I.--..I iu-.el.anta and ,,nd Mi Alfi-,1 H M M UUOB. in Fo, I de F...... e lie others who hud donated present*. Mllluent COX, Mr. J. I. T. l)a s now none to sp-mi inChrist, The Creche U a da) iranan Bnjtar, Kb A. Barrow and M. ,.. ,,..,.. with his relatives m I nth Ihe path of eoloured ChildTBB are left there !.y pa.e.Hs C. B. Brandford. I ort-nf-Snaln. 'bout e.oini intcy.* 1 from 6 ajn. to 4 p.m. daiq Spa. ,.,i tan p* i can! discounts I or tin Itnvalllni on tnlanona ol ccavnon Maehuleiu I'.t.test v.iii i. latToducad from -he hlrti Apni |, i53 on mitti batwaan Ne /eal.m.t and Fill. FIJI IT. il.. i ami l An_. -This tbetn ecmodesl mun with his canatderabla rdy in London talanta hag dona rnuch to aUeviata 1 centres. In the suffering of the pool Friendly Rivalry In West Africa .11 tor-DavU, unolhcr working ml :. m-..rd Is krpiaf II one ol mu.ical '?"• "">' "• %  "'>""* %  The \..a. I iimnlat {"*• S" i Symphony Orday. rthlp to the Trlalt, Col. . n brtn brought to thi i. t ol Muilc In Leadou when "'" ""J 0 !" *** ft *S*?J %  L. war Pshe .rrtvad in togl -"" 1 1 elc^ilng '*^*. l ^v land In 1936 and I %  "• bathed and dressed unitorrn of th mder of tha day li ipaBl pi | v.. .: Africa arm iof tha riaaby, rnoatlj friendly, .iroadc-st in Britain and Stan.iiDr, Bcott li the madleal ODVar thntjthm batween Gold Ceatt and guitar, for tha Ntei %  la flald aa In DOt and douhle bass. yettarda) the -lemenlaiy thilother activities. But if then is a She has taught in schools and dran Wan MMttad around a long .-onipetilive element In th. CO l laaai In Britain and has comr0 w of tables. Each was given of pi \A P 05 ** 1 balleti*. based on West something to eat and dunk, that modern condition! d I After thi* they were niven fi.>ren pi-sMiii: forward tOfBjUkfl in ami : ires and other I -teetings recent' i nere was a deem -..ted Chn-t|v when the inaa tree at the %  AlTj U U n a table on a made Us first tup between pUtform and nurses brought the gerlajl capital, l^goa, babies for their presents when f V' 1 1 .. 1 ii i... iduetry. %  ., i %  I by the Both* I I to li ivdealings with i It! the latter the I -. t>i regret. %  ei. then Dr, .lames thi I k talcs. !t gives the life "Miss Davis w.nts to return to aica." Ihe niti%  cmarkahlr ncadeniie W ould like to sstfaMtah in the %  .-I a achool ol tnusk which %  nihs would be a permanent foundation. r %  the '>'•' %  la d \ ratral s 0 Balneford, Honoran Phj tha Queen. Much of his a with it e Royal |,<-nt in selentdif mill) parts of the world In IMS hi undertook in. |nUi malaria at Slnga., d U tii on ol the ,1 linvc thi" I %  niie >. ai North Parataa I. dal r< Ti-unsl fares for services the Padfli *dl be determined by I.A.TA. in Netttrabar, IBM Nowev.i. pravtalan has already boon ni.nle f.>r a special emigrant fare (HUH Tokvo and Ihnig Kollg to Nurth ;.ud South % %  Apnl 1 next p arvlci operate Atlantic and between Britain and East V fo m at i.iu'.dthev'oiid toui i oi II intorna ttaaal ilrUnai' i raeaat naat at pOO ..u,i.>ft will eventually be %  .. high natty, or lourQiuiUltj SbvMJt A OIllClOUS AS50KIMENI OF TOFICES i CHOCOlAIES theie .all ill.< lhar ESl??lorW ,l '•"'•" % %  "i ml] SO, he WM i Kin. at llarva hut nee-c. 32. The V,T Jpne of ti M which crashed into the sou Bum areas^—still prefers thp on thl Ouatcmalan coast on M library n, rat ivarad by [of ih,. public pi %  ;ur people en in lb" Surge> ir Ihuial hurl ha %  Tha Colnm.indel Owl ' %  prompt denial that there Waal African troop I,I, ,.t the I 01 tlnent. THE GOOD OLD DAYS WEREN'T SO GOOD AFTER ALL — Grandmamma had to depend on clumsy, inefficient cookers to do her Christmas baking. To day the most modern kitchen is equipped with the most modern cooker-the one that gives perfect satisfaction combined with the greatest economy the FALK KEROSENE COOKER This Christmas give your home the Present with a Future— FALkS kF.ROSF.NE < CHRISTMAS TRADITION that has been observedH ior many years, and that 9M still continues to Ihe prcs £ cnt day— & A GRAND OLD CUSTOM J; %  HAM DRY M0N0P0LE CHAMPAGNE "THE CHAMPAQNE YOUR QUEST WILL PREFER" SmWimiM*''tM*i*i\Sitif\tsTOK£s a BYNOE LTD



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II I s|. \\ HI l Mm n 23. |;,J IS Mil! MM.-. \I1\.K M I HENRY >OU PLAV IN j m.v,y (VAv BY CARL ANDERSON -7~ .INT OF THE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 3TRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BY CHIC YOUNG %  i_ASH GORDON BY DAN BARRY RIP KIRBY -E %  %  • %  BY ALEX RAYMOND NO S*-'K V3*0. i. *.*;-. LOOK* COu.0 . _L. s THE PHANTOM RY LEE FALK & RAY MOORES i Aiinoiiiiciiitj; The \rri\al of YOUR FAVOURITE BRAND OF SAFETY MATCHES A %  t i: H f-T.mmiiM-.Ta JK | SAI HV %  A f i: K s -ARMY A WAVY" SUPERIOR QUALTH & VALUE OBTAINABLE AT ALL LEADING STORES Slaii I-sing Them 'To-day ^u CIIOOM' the right point for tinua\ you write with &6t&l£too£ .. JJ fountain pens. n Etterhrook F.••* #1: cvco. ha.kh.Miii -.Ijini-I' whatever mi writing i"K <• t>rook poini lint i. < \ M ||j in. .K < It" ilf pdM tlni'. ii,-i (ill } %  %  nd In ii Into tin I Ni bturcl w.uf-.U riftM i H i 4^V V %  •< %  •••%  %  M — %  I NUTS MM HRITMH ( \r Spnlflf4lU>M> PhnlosrapK inuNION -' MluM *\ Christmas Greetings and Best Wishes for the New Year I SNAtT k SAMPSON (1938) Ul. II. n1.in iftrrmi First Hum 0 tl i n 1 '* *.*A,'.:-.-.' I To Our Friends and •: Customers . ; W can utill MI P1 ,'S •; folli IB i m* \ii i nTins Up HkMU 04 lit'i Rot I orkUII IIKI.IIII In, II,. I,..PM-NM • T>-< Pntwfwii Airt. Hi ml<•) and >or f^murlii 2* SKIIM INCE &('.. Mil. ; ; 5 T1IF I.nVKUKST CHIT .; o\ THE TREE J; t sk.M ..) thai .; HIM 1 ll> Kll-lM.ORM. {1.47 |I.M tit IM l.lmllrri Uu.nlit. IOVIWI.I -? ?.:. TArK*TII I 79 i%I..B ( K \. KI.KS--TIB. I'm \lols—4lh. tor\--..KIl I. Itw LOOM in Mn Ml I • SI1.TANAS 51 CUBRANn I' itHitna 2 VIIIMIIl ^OKKKI.—Prr Bui. 1' YARDI.F.YS PRdlnCTS GOVA PRODUCTS POKI>S PRODLTTS l> \ SCOTT & t'.. I.ld. M all Branch^ pvirnd I" ull A VKKV HAPPY XMAS D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street MILL BEER HOLLAND'S BEST PREFERRED FOR ITS FLAVOUR AND QUALITY obtainable at all wholesalers and retailers I



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ru.i i H;HT niRRAiHK \iivor.\Tr CLASSIFIED ADS. I'HII.H TITSDAV DKIMIWI: GOVERNMENT NOTICE <•! a Crwnl Manacrr Marketing DivUsoa. Airkullur.Department. Geartetown. KrCfeh Galana. Applications are invited from suitably qualities person port of General Manager of the Marketing UvtssM al the A| %  Department cofnpnatnj— ( %  I Th* Govwnmf nt Produee Dapatf, Q — l lO W atardam; (b) The Livestock Control Organisation; (c The Milk Control ftigiiilmii i ind (d) The Proressina: Farlor> 2. The salary of trie poet it M.800 |*T annum, ( non-pensionable t. A roat-of-ltving allowance at the approved rote, now $240 pa C J?i!il ** l " PVMb> *A PPO*ntment will be on agreement for .1 year* In the C*M| fir* instance, aad subjacl t physical fitness. OihCT conditions of serOnasny j *<* are toe afflcers of equivalent stain, holding pensionable appolnt" ments. .,*.3. The duties of the post will be the general man-Hen %  supervision of the marketing activities of th< OrgM above, and the General Manager will at all time* Idlrectlon and control of the Director of Ai-rirultini The annual trading lurnov.r of Un Pi about $2,000,000 The Depot* trade In all local '-.vegetables, and praai The Livestock Con! i intandad for oonauawalaai m Q, ,iam. In wldftlon n oparaaai ai Abbatolr In (ho RUBBJOHIBI fi Is tranapurted bv aircrafl D The supply of I eel and the I %  I > %  pvajaattaa The Milk Control Oraaj fih wittoB U loUacUot i dattribuUon of moh tat The following Bflthritftl production af ataeh rfcadj .-assava fiour. plantain fli bulk storage of rorn. m ami fat-tunof torn rr.e.,1 and cXI I nnlng. arhnlaaalt Fish Market and Cold Storage plant which are In the course of erection will also come under the MIDI Manager. 4. Applications giving the following information, \,/ -name in full, date of birth, and professional qualifications and ODD experience, and accompanied by not man should be addressed to the Director of Aijriciiltiirr. Afrtculturl I ment. Georgetown and hould reach him not lal ary. 1933. TM3ME TO URiUUTt V MM* TMMMS U10 Ml f SELECT THESE fttattVI VarnisheEnamels. Taint*. Sandpaper. Steel Wool. Also Plates. Platter*. Cupv Pans Saucer*. Saucepan*. Pots. and Champagne. Port. Sherry Cocktail. Pony Whisky, Liqueur. Half Pint Glasses. We beg to inform eu Cuotomers that our Store, will be clmed on Saturday 2?tat Oeremher PUNTATIONS LIMITED Broad St. and SprichlMoM n m i ii i iiiii ii ii ii ii i i • • %  IT \\ IIIX II MAINS mmus .l.V St0 A. E. TAYLOR Announce* he has opened: ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies Mans fir Id Shoes for l-adirs and another shipment nl Indian Shoes and Sandals. All these Shoes are now well known throughout the world for their up to the mitit) lit. and delightful fashion, worthy of their names. Our first shipment of Nylon underwear tor I including Slips, Panties, Briefs and Night just arrived. A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CaM* smo DIAL 4100 Where QualWa .. %  .Hill! PRICES LOW. f hristmas Harauins I hat l*h>usv Your ttuituvl III 'MX-. MX SHONE It OM Y 10% Cash Discount on Canadian Oil Cloth, Congoleum. Oil Stoves T Tf TtMtTtttTllll i n ii r DUI 4918 GENERAL HARDWARE SUPPLIES Ri



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I'Uil II s R.KHAlMiS MlVlM.VIK n I-I>\> i)i< i MIII:R EL iKS Men Win All Golf Hampers Twenty Pairs Competed r T*IIE !• 1 Unl Al the 1950-51 H-ur %  %  %  %  %  ( ONBISTBNT A HMED, in atT-aplnna %  • itM8 he i %  look . He a h • %  I) \TT \KY < %  \J \R.\N I'll \IK \lt JOHN Drcembei 12 19 B" %  ilium riuht ;inn l M ing right %  %  %  .... %  England ii t in the Third %  D. H THADKAIf our Lomft ( II II FOB (HOP C M \HI.IK BMIRKE, wl aJa I I ,lks were I for i Guild! i i -.ever, tie still Cfe ML I %  of American eluba won i by covers hearing the nd brown, it.it di piti I %  %  %  Opt Cl urlla .inn l II.\( K IN W TION Kill M W VI \K #* < ill D KI In icUoo in II l II, haa not raced -i d when %  in Qermanj in Jut) %  ihc ligaments in his ankle. NKillT SCHOOL fJAnilY WKKTMA^i Dfltal i. | .1: M UUU&g a H %  :. two Qtbtf pro* golf lesions m :i South Croydon hotel In o dotni ha I the ol.i problem of how tai should %  local ; %  Ail the full pormlHlon of the Prof< nal Ool British Bloodstock Goir Abroad Too Much ll> J.AMLS I'AKh THE f.iil in the TOM racalptg vn emphaalMjd ut last week's bloodttQCk sales at Newmarket. It was quite a pleasant occasion for the vendors, us anything o r ood 1 madi its lull value iSS^i Stay Out Of The Ring I retliiio %  %  %  IF i in %  i %  i %  %  %  POOttl I dial t o> a fuss %  %  i •r people heside,. %  Y...i l %  : %  Q %  "in,. I put i for my %  bould say i. n, i-hiii and %  %  nlghi whan Milk, pluck, did man tighter to save %  • %  Mind. Like lleeii Coma UOUOd I'uiu'hmg like : | riiakl the in.iin UB Dd OUU do It any m ah ..cund inv apaach blurred .it odd Umaa, anu every morning to be w;iku,ul from sleep which was more like Bag I twin anything eUe." After lahad leal the world'! i hip on i Itnock-oul lo i ii. M n %  rout: %  vm I MI. ...though it waa uar %  him U D the sumo i' tight, for %  •* %  dayi .ire numU-n-.i. tvan though hi .ihse It at the time." it win ba Ihraa ri 1 flght aid it u 1 %  Idta won ,i %  he ,bv no mean* broke, his hope whether Ih double enti ux on 1-.. ,,, ,„ M % %  'id no matter who wm thi i Ifht title, ha win ran 111 to the game l %  C ll \K\ I \ who had prepaivr..\> them a net <>" %  better than : %  mi Rodger who had a 74 gross but oadj .' *t haw down to i to e a r n third waim iHawi QUt Oil (III eighteen-;.-.: :: ,,t on %  i an u n a n noum %  lii'e well worth winning. nml lin, Audrey Th'.:i ;irded for Ig .ill putti and turning in their eard tn spite %  112. LUDWIOSHAPKN (iern .goslavia watched i ,0)1(10.—

g fm r*M vlib Pilrrtiti Semw £1*. thi. I n.i,. <:.' Thu il*ni,n| muMga brlaa* %  r.i.i PS. For bath and shower, grl the lhnll% BJth Si DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVES BEAUTY RESULTS W. GERMANY WIN SOCCER GAME SETS SIGHTS ON SOW AND ARROW 'here am around 3n who made from ~ i "" 1 t,. H..100 i n l n aaa Some ,,t iha horses m Irabunf aold wall, with .* doaan making from 7.000 to 10.000 %  %  riiei.. waa .> conatdwrabla de, land tor [oala. of wnich ball morn than :HHI guineas waa at WUUam Hill, who i h]. >i iha IS foal to n ,A. i. threa will rain.iiii in tins countrj t" bo bralnad i doaan rnaUaed hrotn S.OD0 to 4.IIHI interested in oui guineas Tha natal la there tor than in tinhoraei In trainings ill to see. The inajintv weie sold Moal ol '. ^ I a training in go abroad. The home buyOI ^'ill i> %  << avar in thv hunt. He nosed but none is hkely to do anything M •'• %  .i faa oocaalon but I** Iricvp.i'ii. %  m the %  %  Il '" "o i %  • "' i at tha econ i lituat %  i %  re ilso in the money t 1 lid 12.500 guineai : u -old Itiebcr Frrnrk pay Top Price a/ere buying for irk % %  tin woi Id Pram h w, re prom men I and I i ii ice da lUHnachlld pant pi lea "i Iha a 'neaa for the Ihi < i i'.m lot, I do not suppose tnt of i adag B is eerlam to l Ml 1 ought as a biood marc. alao with a trie* to thiStud that the hjiron U Nicky N % % %  '. Boa ail ng Hiui. • U-brad nuuaa w m • future i"%  %  tafclhal In y< n \i nnuli i"i aid nena f i ono to tak< ick to Italy Mont of the other I on* will Bad tiieir waj 1 i ith. or the • mada L00€ gi over I Dm unvert.'iin of the dOB,'f thife. Tli i. with the exni ptk %  %  tn aa 1 ran deonly Brlliali breeder to pay thai we i-junot t %  iwn agalnal rornlgn con i battai %  1 m hut ol the rhoroughbrod Bn %  the world n I on as they are, jt nyq n,'i ba an man) ya i i. tore h (f will have to auhatltubr Iha word "bad foi i In .saying that ] ,1,, %  appaar alarnuat w. can wall aJncd to loaa tha took that waa bought tor abroad hurt weak, tt is the cuumlat t\ pi user the Dtncl few yaai ; about It aannoi go on indefinitely ithout having a aarknu effeet n the elass of stock the breeding in produna haw alwaj I % %  n abla to it %  % %  arta grain on our n— sources but there com Inn the wall l~ uis to run dry. it is .,i-,u ; sad renectlon whan we havo to depend on money from %  Ixio't the v;ilue of our bloodstoek. We cannot hone to i top of th %  woi Id in i i Being l ly danudl I of t %  i,ues and braedln -IF COIF: Slai*s Wanl Ryder Contesl Extended SHOULD an mti ra %  %  %  s.1 up %  < up contaal 0 In condltlona to allo \ .. % %  %  b. r. ;. %  %  not pro4utlon. 1 Auatralla bj U s .\ man Uoyd 4 nd Jimnu Said Mangrum: I would hk "i Rydei cub contaal widened tn Includo the pick %  ( thm .iii p.nt.s of the Britiah Commonwealth or a triple conAH TI iha %  Thr> Are Liiiial BaM it--iiiArrii Auatral lal to anythini Ii if thai the Ks %  '. %  M inj Vi.ii iliaj (in • %  %  ktmtnance In th %  i aa it haa baan due I i 'in II iri iducing io comj i mil obllltj HIn.playara with 1 tga hoar%  %  %  in th* City an h of money %  li uiture. Trialdad, Invites Ten.lei v (,.the purchase of its 440V. 60 %  tig:— rtKVA Alternator and Two 32 KVA Alton with Auxiliary Equipment. Further details of th. ond terms of obtained on application to Ihc Bursar. I.T.C.A.. Tunidad. ArrangemenLs to iMDnct the plant can be made by application to the < Engineer .it t:.. uddrafs. The bttaat dab % %  lb %  >>%  eeipt of Ii'inle: will Ix* III %  January IBM." ia a a aa aaa *>* >* t>i aa i Until Dec. 24th REMEMBER FREE Q/FTS Spend $10.00 Cash or more on any day and get a piece of Phoenix Ware free. The bigger the purchase the Better the Gift. LOUIS L. EAYLEY Of lloll'lll I ..IIM They'll Do It Every Time I L'l\ Lhej T-r. PEMTAL HyoiENiST MISS A8RAS1A V.! 3U-;^ MAKES 1O0 FEEL THAT KXK CWOPPERS ARE A NO.i—\\\ limmy Hatlo ABCMH IOM SOiAND. .I \'..t..iu. .T th.1 dcmoiutratai the ipclal n,ht It. i . r itr.iry of man'I •> arrow In th< alp. h. will be iur.r nf wlicr. I'1-, ... t'.i %  I (/ire". i FOUR ni\iis LAND FOR SALE mis nriiTiiii i i WOODI I) nrACli PftOPTRTV KI.INNI. s;.(HKI. SI2.IKKI A HAPPY CHRISTMAS and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS TIIK UIWSOK MUOUCl BruaU SI. Telepho THEN-COME THE \-KA>S. TH" DOZ LSS"S N ? "OOBT-TWELVE TEETH SEED RLL'Uo AHD TWENTy CdWE COT. 1 i MMMMTSK-TSKWHAT A PrTV-UEET BICUSPID 'WCTED WITH U T ^ESTiajLE-UATERAl AM> CliSTRAL ISC'j-XS SHOW ALVEOLARCL^lA--M-. PSRIDONITIA 0= THE FKASSISTAN-TSIV-TSK! I AUV BE ABLE TO / SAVE TUIS LEPT / 1IOLAR-ELSUS/ TSK-TSK.'! Willi ii huinpcr srli-cliun *tr C'liristmus divine:— • HOT PLATES • TOASTI us • WASIIIM, MM IIISIS • UKUIKiKRATOKS • TYPI AVItlTKRS • OFFICE APPl.iWI I 8 • CABINETS • SAFES • I.l:\Tllr.K (il)III)S • WATCHES • CLOCKS • JEWELERY 0 TOYS K. II. Ill Mi: A I aa.. lidph. 5136 pleasing gift* tor ever gone im, th* :-^m Special Old Year Offer 15% CASH DISCOUNT ON MOTOR CAR TYRES FROM TO-DAY TO 31st DECEMBER 1952 SIZKS IN STOCK — lti5 x 4au 575 x 16 52* x 13 biia x 16 UD x 13 ii50 x la 500 x 14 750 x 16 lao x 16 450 X 11 in x is 525 x 17 MS x 15 600 X 17 ssa x is 400 x 16 isa x U 45t X IS sea x 15 525 x 16 iisa x 15 .'•56 x 16 475 X 16 '.06 X 16 500 X 16 406 x 19 525 x 16 500 X 19 550 x U 456 x 21 (JAKU.l AMI TAXI OWNERS . Here's your upportunilt | be ready lor the tourist seaoon ECKSTEIN BROS. .AY STRUT DIAL 4269 -.W-0'.'**-'.''-'>V>VV-'-0-*'.-^n*'.'.'*'.','-'-. "' %  •• ./"" I'ti • •>! in if nr Itii in tiliiii/ THY SISC0LIN DISTEMPER i. P od,, MANY ATTRACTIVE COLOl RS | Cream. Green. Blue. White. Sunshiee & Buff ** Eaey to u*e — stanplv mix with water OR | MATINT0 FLAT OIL PAINT jt I" Gmm KI1. (irrrn j fit ll\l,\ BON or SHINGLE ROOFS . 1'SK BSD BAND | BARBADOS RED Paint ;I In 5 sallon and I gallon tha*. ;i Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd. J< \Me _H> h.u be < LOUD on -..inr.l o 27lh Deeember. v^s MANICURE SETS in beautiful lealiirr Red. Blue. Black. Brown, tic. Remarkable value' See Your J tHfft U lfl V. o. mn A O.. 1.1 II. ad SI. and at Mann.-1 to one u 'in K i// appreciate it all the more LADIES" DRESSING TABLE SETS An assortment of styles and colours to suit all tastes. Priced to please at $8.08. S8.30. S10.74. $14.39. $12.81. $20.33 and $24.47 Gents Comb & Brush Sets at S2.52 $3.93, $6.00. $7.02 and $11.04 4AVE SIII:IIII:III & co.. LTD. 10. ||, 12 & H BROAD STREET



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WHAl'5 ON TO-DAT %  %  Fw the till ^#Ki^ :. TAlil.lSHED 1885 Aatotut SIX MR. PINAY RESIGNS AS FRENCH P I\eiv Tax Proposal Gets No Support "Altitude Of 1U\ Part> Impossible" Hanks Often I ntil 2 p.m. MlMM Hul lli" Jb-inr •>f banklni far ill He* will he unc iH the lunl-lii|K -.. • miird b> Ihc lone weeh.<-nd hoUdj>. the Hanks lu\r 'Hrrd to remain open (o~ I unliirw unit) p.m. lo%  NTN • I"In. IHII olhrr l Hi'i;. j .1 ttmk of luidl at B UM I Olp >\ III not be rrTrrUri by tinchime In I.'-I.I it % %  inPARIS, Dec. 22. PREMIER ANTOINE PINAY, first postwar Premier to curb inflation, resigned early on Tues day before the National Assembly had chance to vote on three confidence tests on his 1953 budget programme. The premier who several times had been near breaking point daring the nine months and 15 days in office, announced his resignation because of the "impossible attitude taken by the R.P. party R.P or Catholie Republican announced earlier, in a debate that they would abstain during the night's votes, thus virtually assuring the Government's defeat %  B UI|er in thp Lou'Ma. .w* Cwn.m.N' %  %  ui. .i Matl lutlriv with vhtc! N i subsidise bailc foodstuff %  III* ^'IX'll "' "* r> '' *"' '" U.N. REJECT RUSSIAW REQl EST I'Nl I I T:i. U V (I. inr.il Aseembly MMV^I.H rm. Will I I npn STATE LOTTERY REJECTED TORT-OF-SPAIN DM. U. A moliun moved by V.i I and Men Arrested %  .i' re)ected by 1 This was the LMftlUMl MW-XM. Communal, on II.,I.CI l>uyin (Wnll.l oomi nullor .aid lh-1 in MH a B, .. ,nt "no new taxes stand m laic lost night when ChM Jon i Ml The riM .1., i Avlla If admtnbtr los Prin s i i nab m tM HKNlld Mk !• % %  men) ti> bis budget slurp Increases l An offleh %  %  dlHereni %  %  In .in BfTTM d 1 Oovanmv %  • i p. New Proposals For Persian Oil Dispute %  > racked housing end %  tubboriity round "t 0 assembly enm^urce of ; |ST^75,0i0) UUn and 1 I pi roducta. %  wild '!" %  loot' edits If DeputtM lid si I ell of which were richer than Mil lerle were the vogue and he dlii not *ee why Trinidad eould Itol follow Milt Mr AD art Ooi proposal by Butler an "economl |fj G %  "< levels of eavntlal foodstuff* tunwen lower than in Jam burins and Grenada. Mi OofUM iaM that the T. IMenunant intendi dies (CIM Vote on Measure LONDON. Dec. 22. Infonw %  Ambaaaa I %  %  [i and mnrketlni! I %  . i nopoly. i ... i rnornire if an Anglo-, Commui %  i %  %  %  I Abadan. thr nole will East cen tn %  lh< % % %  d Chamber il to rnaX %  >il roi I %  %  .i.being takeu The n %  41. —V P. ELEVEN TO DIE kJROBI, 1 K % %  • %  i r. %  %  %  with rm 11 thai Aurktl would try lo : i r Faces'Mau'Charge UukiOriuliiibur^h Pilot* Plane %  B lUegad ma*s murdan i. *tl in Amrucur I Five Sm favour, i' ...... u*\ and ton, moat \ wintrlaj abata %  %  Asvml'ly esj in i-tiiititiuoUB sesDlatSJ the %  The Bovlel Ui ton I td .ished the %  and thai thr United %  mitted by inihiary •.ulrt rail iv committing ttios*' %  Thr Bovlel \ R %  I to 1 %  humsn m.iralii* .. Unite i Bt iti %  ihould taki BH rtura % %  ute thoac tnni' rrimes." •he Sovltt and iintin-i-eHenlerl rrimes" eoniauthoH%  .1 of Ponganraportad In n aag n M %  WO Chh> Korau I'l.inniunlat in May IDai as "guinea bias" ..ii in the II |.i amgfi bad their ayt %  out" ga \ntcTicati I '18 pris.. i Uvo In ^ Biuna throwing rxperlment. l*i m>h ami American delegu'I'lfl'-* f^r''^""^^^ 1 .if 4.45 a,m. i" nil.lv Wlut. h'fl '' IEU Japan CalP Prove L.N. QualificaHon Dae. 22. 1 %  m pfajvo Ing ."nt %  %  The Girl Who Mad Never Seen Stairs %  i %  i Cunl louth AtHand %  J.ipaii .. Ilung to %  • *o eounI i thl nese The %  I to call PhlUppliM -IT I | %  %  %  %  ucaaii wW art -^ i t.-T — i -.ii K---46U*, *' NU, H i. <> 3216, M -1001 I > i ioia aim i B'do8 Boys* Club Raffle Drawn Oar lin llol.lr, Of Tukii it-.tiin THE lucky holder of ticket B 311(1 won %  OBI the first prlie of the Barbados Boys' Cluli which was drawn at Hie Plaza Theatre last night before a large number ot spectators, which com pletoly filled both floors of the cinema. Thu other prize tickets are, 2nd, the frigidare, B0457; 3rd the radiogram, M 2100; 4th the Singer Sewing Machino 0 1145 and 5th, the Raleigh bicycle, R 1459. %  is over, delegat* I %  In u IS Mr.Gairy Must Pay $200 Fine GRENADA, Dec. 22. .Mr Eric Oairj was this morning bonded to ke-|> the peace and be of gowl iiehavlour had tarb Kad HUl i in -ui Novembor 11 public meeling at Queen's Paik without givinK the PoUoa I hnen *24 by Mtigtlrtf fa y. A. H'-yIlgher on thr Park inaatfng oflutca. Tht occasion of entry into l-ond wai when Mr. Ualry was oonvtotad i y Maidstrate Dlas for the use oi threatening language to ptantgl r.iuss. nd Iho Aaaambti will not p n I : Lad A for propaganda purposes "Thaao iiiifliiputed facts", ho i. refl Bloat Kills 30: ISOInjurXid %  mlurad United States military police . through the wreckage searching tor the dead .Hid wou: ihe axact caauait) B| not be dot* ".ie some than %  -1 ga nuad build i i %  Flaodi Threatco 25,000 In I'ruiH tA rails • i.ooo inhabit %  %  .i \\-i .,.i | Japan %  : ' nremen %  end of the wi.r .showi ' n Un M with riy-hihly sandbagging the m Ing w:i.-kjgc and deadly ammonl gas. lb nil %  Chtti pered by (Ire* and by bl preaU through the wrecked factory buildings United States An, i I %  -rr raat h tarday %  ik.i %  1 %  l.K. Nveil* Wore Hon.C.V. Wight Elected Mayor (M Greorgetowii i i FRENCH LINER BROKEN IN TWO \ JOMO gENYATTA. 1 %  %  ' %  takes e*sy outlde the eourtbouae In Nairobi. Kcrya. during a recess in hU tfiaL A prom inent London attorney was flown from England to act as hd d< y at haariiig. (iiUmaiw N 188AI Dat, 22. ,:i H t., UH K-'!d mine for£. A\ ;_,.,. T,**.,t,. Hamau to main tt. American iraae lagi on bar 2ft, lo Baron Ernest DfJMMj.%. \> '. iron Hoyntngen Huone The Fii %  _ kimiH< | %  %  at %  i rurf t lub -1 • %  %  it%  'll 'if 'Ii' P Be told % %  %  • Two Arrested : w. % %  Two M%  trh-d t.i dl I %  %  %  : :,n i, ': %  %  %  anting lha I %  i return i %  mi. it J i nl %  in ilntaio putting down vloli i i 23 Die As 1 vahmvlw Buries Bus %  1 moat of %  'iilidays %  %  %  th. I" %  Lath, in the Arlberg Itange. |i was %  0 three reaorta, — tt.r. h.ik. OI WiiTi^or Heluriis li> U.S. %  1 r 2 >h>i/i/>!iiL' Day$ before \max %  %  %  Mi Wiaht won 1 %  lad Cow 1 %  %  il win %  .r beei for whom 1 h mpottlaa %  %  %  %  I the %  the lir -ir nnd Burnhsm rrfrnined from vot. Advertising Man Shot To Death PACIFIC PALISADI A WB %  sit land. %  %  %  The Ixtnt Year TAIPEI! F.11 K shea %  I* the %  Chinese mam!-* %  1 >" had iI %  %  %  %  %  1 ffl II %  Vi years and w -i r K.W.V, ( -/(/ tl. ( (,(<>

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WHAl'5 ON TO-DAT


Fw the till
^#Ki^
:. TAlil.lSHED 1885
Aatotut

SIX
MR. PINAY RESIGNS AS FRENCH P
I\eiv Tax Proposal
Gets No Support
"Altitude Of 1U\ Part> Impossible"
Hanks Often
i ntil 2 p.m.
MlMM Hul lli" Jb-inr
>f banklni far ill He* will he
unc iH the lunl-lii|K -..
miird b> Ihc lone weeh.-
<-nd hoUdj>. the Hanks lu\r
'Hrrd to remain open (o~
I unliirw unit) p.m. lo-
NTN
I"- In.ihIi olhrr l Hi'-
i;. j .1 ttmk of luidl at
B UM I Olp >\ III not be
rrTrrUri by tin- chime In
i.'-i.i it in-
PARIS, Dec. 22.
PREMIER ANTOINE PINAY, first postwar
Premier to curb inflation, resigned early on Tues
day before the National Assembly had chance to
vote on three confidence tests on his 1953 budget
programme.
The premier who several times had been near
breaking point daring the nine months and 15 days
in office, announced his resignation because of the
"impossible attitude taken by the R.P. party "
R.P or Catholie Republican announced earlier, in
a debate that they would abstain during the night's
votes, thus virtually assuring the Government's
defeat BUI|er in thp Lou'Ma.
.w* Cwn.m.N'
ui. .i Matl lutlriv with vhtc!
N i subsidise bailc foodstuff
III* ^'IX'll "' "*r> '' *"' '"
U.N. REJECT
RUSSIAW
REQl EST
I'Nl I I
T:i. U V (I. inr.il Aseembly
mmv^i.h rm. Will I I
npn

STATE
LOTTERY
REJECTED
TORT-OF-SPAIN DM. U. ,
A moliun moved by V.i I
and '
Men Arrested
.i' re)ected by
1 This was the LMftlUMl
MW-XM.
- Communal, on II.,- I.CI l>uyin (Wnll.l oomi
nullor .aid lh-1 in MHa. B,
'
.. ,nt "no new taxes stand
!
m laic lost night when
ChM Jon i
Ml
The riM
.1., i
Avlla If
admtnbtr
los Prin s -
. i i nabm
tM HKNlld Mk !
men) ti> bis budget
slurp Increases
l
An offleh -

dlHereni
'
In .in BfTTM d 1
Oovanmv i p.
New Proposals For
Persian Oil Dispute

> racked housing end

tubboriity
, round "t
0 assembly enm-
^urce of
' ;
|ST^75,0i0)
UUn and
1
I
pi
, roducta.
wild '!" loot'
edits If DeputtM
lid si
I
ell of which
were richer than Mil
lerle were the vogue and he dlii
not *ee why Trinidad eould Itol
follow Milt
Mr AD art Ooi
proposal by Butler an "economl
|fj G "<
levels of eavntlal foodstuff* tun-
wen lower than in Jam
burins and Grenada.
Mi OofUM iaM that the T. IM-
enunant intendi
dies
(CIM
Vote on Measure
LONDON. Dec. 22.
Infonw
Ambaaaa I

'
[i
and mnrketlni!
I
. .
i nopoly. i
... i rnorn-
ire
if an Anglo-, Commui
i



I
Abadan. thr nole will
East cen tn

lh< , d Chamber
il to
rnaX
>il roi
,
I

.i.- being takeu
The n


41.
V P.
ELEVEN TO DIE
kJROBI, 1
K

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. with rm
11
thai Aurktl would try lo
:'
i r
Faces'Mau'Charge
UukiOriuliiibur^h
Pilot* Plane

B
lUegad ma*s murdan
i.
*tl in Amrucur
I Five Sm
favour, i'
...... u*\ and ton, moat
\ wintrlaj abata
Asvml'ly esj in i-tiiititiuoUB ses-
DlatSJ the

The Bovlel Ui ton I td .ished the

and '
thai thr United

mitted by inihiary
.ulrt rail
, iv committing ttios*'

Thr Bovlel
\
R I to 1

humsn m.iralii*
. ..
Unite i Bt iti ihould taki
bh rtura '
ute thoac tnni'
rrimes."
he Sovltt
and iintin-i-eHenlerl rrimes" eoni-
authoH-
.1 of Pongan-
raportad In n aag n
M
WO Chh>
Korau I'l.inniunlat
in May
IDai as "guinea bias" '
..ii in the
II |.i amgfi bad
their ayt out" ga
\ntcTicati I '18 pris-
.. i Uvo In ^ Biuna throwing
rxperlment.
l*im>h ami American delegu-
'I'lfl'-* f^r''^""^^^1
.if 4.45 a,m. i"
nil.lv Wlut.
h'fl ''
IEU
Japan CalP
Prove L.N.
QualificaHon
Dae. 22.
1

m pfajvo
Ing ."nt mir SOKH saint i | ... lai Bad
The wlanlai Uofcet n mo walea wins Um htek| boM Tbars *>

The Girl Who
Mad Never
Seen Stairs
i

i Cunl
louth At-
-

Hand

J.ipaii
, ..
Ilung to
*o eoun-
I i
thl
nese The

I to call
PhlUppliM
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t.-T i -.ii K---46U*, *' NU, H
i. <> 3216, M -1001
I > i ioia aim i
B'do8 Boys* Club
Raffle Drawn
Oar lin llol.lr, Of Tukii it-.tiin
THE lucky holder of ticket B 311(1 won OBI
the first prlie of the Barbados Boys' Cluli
which was drawn at Hie Plaza Theatre last night
before a large number ot spectators, which com
pletoly filled both floors of the cinema.
Thu other prize tickets are, 2nd, the frigidare,
B0457; 3rd the radiogram, M 2100; 4th the Singer
Sewing Machino 0 1145 and 5th, the Raleigh
bicycle, R 1459.


is over, delegat*

. I

In
u IS
Mr.Gairy Must
Pay $200 Fine
GRENADA, Dec. 22.
.Mr Eric Oairj was this morn-
ing Dlas to pay J20JI 01
default nniiing
M M W n .i.u-l> bonded to ke-|>
the peace and be of gowl iiehav-
lour had tarb Kad HUl i
in -ui Novembor 11 public
meeling at Queen's Paik without
givinK the PoUoa
I hnen *24
by Mtigtlrtf fa y. A. H'-yIlgher on
thr Park inaatfng oflutca. Tht
occasion of entry into l-ond wai
when Mr. Ualry was oonvtotad
i y Maidstrate Dlas for the use oi
threatening language to ptantgl
r.iuss.
nd Iho Aaaambti will not
p n
I
: Lad A
for propaganda purposes "Thaao
iiiifliiputed facts", ho
i. refl
Bloat Kills 30:
ISOInjurXid




Wliile
near Loi
I
i.|. Ih. link..
.....

Dianey Oaken
In Bahamas
ind v.iji in


1
i '.
Vi
1
I
I
1
until i"
i -
I explosion i .
leav
ugh iin- aprawuni ehi
iyi dockyard!
'
load and manj aa J'<> mlurad
United States military police
. .
through the wreckage searching
tor the dead .Hid wou:
ihe axact caauait) B|
not be dot* ".ie some
than
-1 ga nuad build i i

Flaodi Threatco
25,000 In I'ruiH t-
A rails
i.ooo inhabit

.i \\-i .,.i |
Japan :' nremen
end of the wi.r .show- i '
n Un M with riy-hihly sandbagging the m
Ing w:i.-kjgc and deadly ammonl
gas. lb nil Chtti
pered by (Ire* and by bl
preaU through the
wrecked factory buildings United
States An, i
I
-rr
raat h
tarday
ik.- i
.
1

l.K. Nveil* Wore
Hon.C.V. Wight Elected
Mayor (M Greorgetowii
i
i
FRENCH LINER
BROKEN IN TWO \
JOMO gENYATTA.
1
' '
takes e*sy outlde the eourt-
bouae In Nairobi. Kcrya. during a
recess in hU tfiaL A prominent
London attorney was flown from
England to act as hd d<
y at haariiig. (iiUmaiw
N 188AI Dat, 22.
,:i H t., UH
K-'!d mine for- . a\____;_,.,. T,**.,t,.
Hamau to main tt. American iraae
lagi on
bar 2ft, lo Baron Ernest DfJMMj.%. \>
'. iron Hoyntngen Huone The Fii
_ rably but said tht.'
Bluet he talMfi la reverse the ,
plaiiesinin" darilaa In buajnai
b'i non-doUai
H i.i.l in..*, the 1952
Aagto-AJ
Vhat hr"
cow
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' is unallaf now
an) othtr poet, w a
-er.
concrata


I
i
warning
I
bi tb< B
tar Tl
rail lm<- was un-
- er algl .'
vr

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nuh .u U
i i
a sruua.
, .1 I-. ...
lock with
will be
i wiUi ibcn pi i

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turf I bob l W
i
pun war
-

rtu Patrick 11
I .
IIUIiilx'l
w.i drawn I hat h
nd a nw tiini- .. numbar thai
| i..., I, ,::, biw i .
While the

nd during Uu
I . numbai
, !
I

begun tn breal
Itarad
! n l" 111'

Bafora t h . pu
Colonel M
raflbj 'if it> kimi- H<
|
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at i rurf t lub --1"
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'll 'if 'Ii'
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Be told


Two Arrested
: w.
Two M-

trh-d t.i dl
I



: :,n i, ': .


anting lha I
i
return i
mi. it J
i nl '. in ilntaio
putting down vloli
- i i
23 Die As
1 vahmvlw
Buries Bus

1 moat of

'iilidays



th.

.
I"
Lath,
in the Arlberg Itange. |i was

0 three
reaorta,
tt.r.
h.ik. OI WiiTi^or
Heluriis li> U.S.

1 r
2
>h>i/i/>!iiL' Day$
before \max


Mi Wiaht won
, 1 lad Cow
1
'
il win
.r beei
for whom
1 h mpottlaa
-





I
the

the lir
-ir
nnd Burnhsm rrfrnined from vot.
Advertising Man
Shot To Death
PACIFIC PALISADI
A WB

sit land.
.

The Ixtnt Year
TAIPEI! F.11

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I* the

Chinese mam!-*

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Cahib CaJUina
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cprnil.h of It,. *
MITII I MANNING, Art-
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Lf1 Cockuil Party at Che* Jea
tippllrd rockv.nl aauMc during the
Peter Oreig. VI ..... of tki
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mother Mfl G P '
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friends given by the Maaiag*i
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Panama," supph.it cockaWI

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Among those present
and Vi-count*"
Pri : v.i Mr*.
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Mr J ~
M-vkrll. Col It. W R. Oliver Lf
M R If I
llttin, Mr
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C. A Pnrter. Mr. Ted Wi
Man Marl
ind Mn HM Baxter. Wing < Vwrid
A BMT>eneld
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a Private School |i
f*.nt-f-Sp.,n Trinidad arrtwu
f-r n hnbdr.-. Stir
"-main ri month n
h gur-l .* ailvrn Rear*. O
Houat Bocksay.
peymi
fourth visit tn thc
here in^ August last reir.
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iilvrr Beach Duett House i Mb
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tine. Tr;nldgd She Mil t
i-emainlng until Januarv I
Ml< Lee-a-Ptnt. la a Men.
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and Mm. A. A. Guiana and Trinidad Mutual Fii
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n the Chn tuiUdayi at a 1h* Wand.
la ohm with he
f\ rnd Hill Brown, Bill's sister*
and l.ibb> will be spend-
......ikaaif In
with l)y and Mi*
ibbrmv at men home "Foflt*-
one". St .lamer
Jerry i,nd Libby who arrived
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n.\KR\IH AIiVih \1l:
PAOl THREE
New Finance System For Kenya?
'Consolidated Fund
Will Be Recommended
LONDON.
Kenya may lead the Colonial Empire with something
new in internal finance as the result of talks )Ua1
pleted in London.
The Colony's advtser-obaerver at the Commonwealth
Economic Conference. Treasury Secretary. Mi. Wilfrod
Padley. cami- to London Hum weeks ao for discussions
with British GnwrnmeYil financial experts.
And on the ''vi' M UM Ml con- parti ints 'are adjusted
ference he told me of his plant to and presented
recommend that Kenya adopt the It would mean too that, because
'consolidated fund" system of of the unofficial major i v. in Legts-
roplng with aovcrrJOcnt iptndirif Uva Council, the electorate would
when he rMunta to NairOM. have a more direct hand in om-
trollintc iiovernment apvnding.
This system, although operated Th,, -consolidated fund"' sys-
uy the Dominions, has until now tern would carry with il another
been looking on as too advanced important change in the Colony s
'or colonies. So Kenya may Ik- the financial set-up.
testing ground for the real of th. if the system were adopted 111
Colonial Empire if the scheme U |ifc entirety, head* of Government
adopted. departments would be responai-
B;it alread> Ken>a ha* taken ble> for keeping their
rnort 'dvjnljge than the other .unts. And thi decentralisation
colonies of decentralisation of w,,uld mean greater financial re-
colonial control to push ahead it* ponstbilitr for them than ihev
financial system. have at the moment.
In effect the "consolidated fund" f^l, doaptte Its immediately ap-
.ystem will mean that the consent p.irrnt idvantages. the proposed
jf the Legislative Council will avatatn -*.nM |i ll b not mean
have to be sought before any Gov- slau* cutung. If anything it would
emment Member can draw depart- ->robnbly Involve an Increase in
mental spending RMXM3 OUnUnfl staff.
As a result, the government Mr Padley. however, hopes to
would know at any time exactly lw :ihio Io convinoe the Kenya
how much money the colony had r.i.vcrnment that the system would
In the bank, instead of, as at more than p^y jor lr,e extra -*ff
present, having to wait nearly six needed.
months btfore the respective (!c- Sometii
|-\IMb AT UillllrMIH
RoloAS
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wines
for Quality
and Value
BUT A BJOTTLB TODAY'
CHILDREN of Bay Street wrr.
.taged by pupil- of Queen'- College and later
at Wood.m. Q | I
I
ing A play was
Aluminium
Companies
To Help Govl.
LONDON
Canadian and British AJumi
nlum companies will help laancii
the Empire's biggest ever Individ-
ual project the 144 million
Gold Coast Aluminium develop-
ment scheme.
e before his provisional
departure date, December 19, Mr
Padley hopes to complete his re-
port on the proposed accounting
system. But n* will have to tit
the *ork Into his closely-knit pro-
gramme covering the Common-
wealth Economic Conference.
Women's
Cluh
Entertains
Rich Strike Of Uranium
Ore In !\. Rhodesia
The United Kingdom's bic
for the scheme, in principle. ha* *
been given in a White PapM i
aented to Parliament Britain si..
prepared to put up a maximum "
of 5? million The alumin
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
Over 100 children
i nti rtalned by the
members of the Women' ChlB
on Friday afternoon at then Club
Room in Woodsidc Gardens.
Several il i-
legc veiy V/tilfa
and gav* | perform;inr for them
Which started with the kinging of
a enrol. There were t;ip dancers.
and a cl<
By CHAPMAN I'lS, lit K
An [irtportanl strike of rich uranium i : Lho ttorttng
point for Bill iponi and tonvpowor projoots-
: Nkana, in v. k al I
'Itus i.. discloaod i)> Dr. Charlei K Davidson, chief
geologist >f tin- Atomli I
i.
all. but Santa and hia Keuwievi,
little Valerie Cole's singing
H.A.I Fighters Io
used them Cs-f'l isltlfll ll Hl^lleS *Viv
lurinei
hiruti
ioi'i ore
I Fr.nkly
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D ft On
gmill
Sen MaiN Hetirinia
Si Lucta under Captain A s
I ftd la the Schooner O.vnei-
Seawall
f"K. CunSdent I C. More.
I -,: BfcKMtfa I
ITmmB Clar- t*
companies Aluminium Ltd. and Sc Mrion niie Wolir. 'i I
the Brltijh Alunumum Company Buti.h nuiana .,mi-t r.pi...: i.rry
are prepared to invest 48 mil- i^n^d u "^ " o*nw." *--
lion, while the Gold Coaat Gov- g^, t-d, Sik1I>i. s tom. im st
eminent and private Investors i will contribute about 39 million. ^JJ^ '" '" **" 0*"' *
Before final approval is given jEj^JST&iJ? I
to the wheme a Preparatory Com- con.iBre (u ine sehooner on*r- a.
mission is to examine In detail cer- xKiauon.
tain problem* -till to be overcome.
Once a satisfactory report if
from the oonuniaston
it is proposed to go ahoad wtth
the scheme which map laka
about 20 years before it reaches
the target production ol 210.00H
tons a year. It U hoped that pro-
duction would begin by I960.
Known reserves on the Gold
Coast of bauxite the raw-
material from which aluminium
is produced exceed 200 million
tons.
Th- U K >i is pointed out
would be the natural market for
mo-t of the Gold Coast metal but
the smelter company would be
under obligation for 30 yeirs
from inttitil production to offer
U.K. buvcr-> not less than 101
Of the natal produced This
would give I'.K rorummer* around
00.000 tons y..,i- in the early
days of production and a mini-
mum of 157.500 tom "hen full
capau*.
H.M. Government in 'JK.
favultf participation i.i the
scheme as furthering the pcllcy
of encouraging development of
Commonwealth resources at well
as contributing to the raw
matorlalf of the c K. 11 h
.
Guided thw
delighted them BMKfll -' all balBg daveiopad I
i lota of refresh- will show
!
Cl md tanai Lord n< i i i. ipdDu Hey, l ' Mkeiy
left in a happy mood. Vf An Mn ilD .i blgb-
tar raoBnUy<
Vounu t'luh "l asuai not 111 bi
Bwafi dub rtlhntali la *2P*
Infanrv h- l..it iiMiving r'"' "-A.I win ed I'll* h. .ol-
almosi antirei) mtii British
.. plan i '. ' Urst
THERE'S DANGER
IN THIS WORM
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il wtlfara organu
many
itlons. and -:.
the inembera have been pkated u
to help wherever possible '"'
The club ha. a.. iU leader ener- Wl U* the linei
getic Mrs Scott who m m ..r toni-rnjW hbjh-ayiBi imtiei
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time to help with
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organ. W*--to Vi '
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m Is John Simon who h- pay "" '
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lineal life
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newspaper* from
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praise at m good BMcs "' "' "
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K ughlv
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arauM be n ^
:r,re* rounds of "* a^ "jJJ,
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to i,
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Russia. He ar*
*hen he to 1 t>r equal-
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the aaelets
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that th.-. nee,le,l Ui
tree on one it i *::- for .-, .
i(e but I
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that he died tw jrourik
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i\ir h.Kir* at a li:r.e tCUrat
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has be
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the great at-year- ,\- * who
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ho repotU
fc. tang life and g'-.t fwaith. "Live
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!K4M today
kaam i ha am
'd m*>J r**,1 tfw e
the? are are e. .
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.. lmluui> 6ul Mi ^ .rrt^j ,,, m. Q,^,
a *.i :. . :: to bv* must of tounotd and nan lua lofcaad
-".* aaaaaa koa aki naaaai Asm a* to bk m i at hoc
kCf M -
grew ^srdooi. aod ai tke sarisifiiai
>* en I woo mm %**mw 1 aakaal aasn aari aat reors kool teougat no
' '-'-' e u .i j 4- Hosrki -r m "*- -^- fc* "-. a ..
seem sesde or a sj-. er ta aaawer ho sooa hock f oHocests. Watt woe
naai oikaak -* haal icaaV * * - I .- I BBaaai
vl r^gmt k.* rnjai 3o 'Dooit wowhc Uaoe a, tke ^ .ana* se eaaaa Sosbc T iwail
saa. I ana T MpoWj Bkrc *so swrreaaot
- -a not to J-ioppa loc ,rerhoaa a* ocw has m
og has report, mm- a k*ng aasa. i*aaBBol akkt lakecxy of as*
aaaaaf aha sksasawevac gi i.a m -Juio.nswai I feei Usot k*r host hftagr akam Sml toao Sar Vdasoaa
^ a. aoaaaaa w.rkghia HHu Tke ewoaol aaaac J**kstft R naitii >_
> neni i the aw jsd ruigs waam case m aa saa kaah or mma m caoaaki tar as* Laa: tatac.
I -J*. weary Pfcmng an piatiH task or ? *.T. *.* ktkdaj.
Iryiaaj as laosgi-ai asos* Lawk
-- perhaps some stcret gf gkino* ke chack. We curse tar
iU arowiid lsnader-
be so. Cketa ea- * Wtaat auw. mc eeosi kssock. 7*^,7***, .r***-. ***.
-g fPBOS DUt htina ---. ~r
< Street to the rrousaa of- But
arlhiaisat- to be aksteasueau* mg*.' Tsere it
>ea ua ores Mac* LUte a oniat a* War ic_ -
"* reaaaaW. rt. ear? aumbe-ras k ..JS CT"^ ^ **
taad kat C-. pwon rnaaaK oka
ycuog at keaax aaWat he arociaim-
a tte | liiggji of toe goes
whe koee been
*-t i ra.-ri pal *
brandtes up oa me when we an- >" eaoat ^rtLjtaaaj nag
* I BBI ; .<-;-.! Bat
g ago t went to the Lor-i a*i .t cuniasic?. waaa tke
MugMrml Baaojaat at east of auvwnture kaa haft tka>
ices, tba when awaac and great iagi ca
Wuuakar <*** da> gulu ne lonor sonuaaat. rsrr -- BJBttH-aam^at
Our lotjitlti's S,n:
Swvaa L-umr V'i~-''
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I.MTLFSIIi MOM IS 10
(I mmii BBVNatl l-OHItll
VORK.
THE tiery atomtinirst UsUkJ W the um
I so powerful that It lfM0> kwaar;
man's mindcelebrated its tenth birthday
his month.
There was a big party at this potent j
birthplace, which 15. appropriate!. 1
enough. Chicago.
At 9.25 p.m. on December 2. 1W2, the aton.l
;i,;htcd the rtrst atomic furnace
or pile as they call it now. They lit it on a!
squash rackets court underneath the loo*.
bill stadium at Chicago University
AT THAT MOMFNT |hf atomic age b*
gan. From then the scientists knew the\
could make the atom bomb.
Professor Enrico Fermi and his mc.
in a race with Hitler's scientists. They had
secret information that the Germans
ahead.
But one of the German scientistsHitlei
made him a scientific fuehrerhad pet
theories and these v..
The American team followed the right
trail Jubilantly, they brought out a bottle
taf Chianti and drank toasts.
N w Professor Fermi is much more
solemn.
For the thint; weighing most hi
the atom men is this great question-
How can we BbbbsIwI the new power for
man's benefit instead of hi* destruction?
A SEW TELEPHONE line is going up be-
BfJ Pmladelphia, H
Over this cable, made up of pencil-
COfjfNff tubes. 1.800 telephone CtH \
- will be able to go each way simi.
Or 600 phone chats and a TV pro
gramme each way.
DO WOMEN SAY this is true or false? "A
' married woman's greatest interest is hei
Hit greatest problem is her bal
is for her own develop-
I apart from husband and child"au-
UnVa, One of her books u>
entitled "Prodigal V.
General Eisenhowers election.
unions have been calling off strikes.
have been settled subsu:
Batata* terms.
Bttl la fStkUywood the queerest strike o.
arted. The Screen Actors' Guild order-
I 3.500 members not to make aatj
TV commercial rilms.
On America's privately owned I
actresses smoke the btal rltknigaj Polishes
.s. the rinest whfky
Making "commercials," as these 1
menu are called, has grown into a wealthy
The actors want mere of this
wealth. They demand a fee each Ui
"commerciai" appears, not just one payment
when they- make It
j deaih toll ir
rw .'x.- ^"-..t: M.,.,::iV J : :: tfTlllHtl n
cotaraeods Srigerprjtting all drivers. He
,
'-eating; drunken drivers.
an adaptation ol! the British L for L*eamers
system. Cars driven by trrngftn will have

- Olympia
'holding more than 18.000 peoplu Pnncipa.
:ad* shows. The senu-
.: gliding on CgtaWaW
|OTtocs" C*arraex o Iew York. wil.
one wiodow. Bustiikajg men inaade

TU "best oc the BBC." is going; on my
radio. New Y 5 KBC will pre-
sent a three-hour programme ot B B.C
"Mas" each Saturday afternoon in J
Sample bestsa theatre *-
pher Fry; The Beggar's Opera" and a
from the Third Pro
"he Lady s N F
frorn the Home Prograinme.
v I
I go on sale in New Y'ork soon. They show a
rd plietograph ot the Queen and th
Duke of Sdlnc- r-r.ee House. A
waeood box shows the Queen at the Trooping
the Colour Americans are told
pacturea were submitted to tike t>gaam aad
the Duke and were their rirst choices.
naxVuis von kotch naati
,d him- " -I'irii- a tnm m mm **' "'
We I I.'II'. 'Il(il- groml Slrrrl
Ihr fawn la 'SLlKSE^i
KOTICE
Our IIARIUVARK Ik-parlui. M ill l>f USBM on
Salurday !th PlClS > I P '" " *
dftltaa] tfl Saturday 2Jlh all day.
WILKINSON 4. IIAYNF.S Co.. Lid.
G S. PITCHER & CO.
nm-m.**-. BECKttlTl! -TORTS
Could
sgoj aH 'r.t .-*.-
nsBBal 1
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shaoa
11 BM
[aaa
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Jmr big
-Jhsee wore four
pnan of gavaea Men jod a ttfta
tss ot rnoney to at fi-<
tkare is a greater chance J wur-

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Men- BaaBataaaw flat rr n--
iwoon s-ou CM and S. Jen w.
-jto buy-
'* aaBsBB a dUsosated oa
bictl is a pity r>

Caa^BgWas. t'Aewr
t-rx- add a>

hanfsoe bat of donjons.
serr'
5.00
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Mesjaw. Garr^

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Gast
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iJBBMnj i"1 a n Um V.i-
< *^Jn> acrat NEW SPEED RECORD
B% NEWELL sbbbbbssM
-.UN a new bs speed r
been setthi .otair J Slade
Naah. The record aae.3 miles an hour The
plane, a Sabre frying] c\er j California dewart
235 feet below sea leveL The old record
670.9 miles an hour, alav set up by a Sabre
Captain Nash said there was only a little
rottgh air as he went through the
barrier
- avy now hi
submarines, able to travel faster unde:
a:- akpal sutrrer^ec,
DfaAN ACHESON Seeretar
. :

J othar aasgrpea;u
countries. BatBts^etaosaa he said, caused re-
kkaBBkaWkl ana LwbbbbbbI r-_- pobce
It's a wonderful srift
Clube-Trufrr is
Air-Trarel Lussago
in Nurtcasea gk
Handtrunks C f es
Trunks S32.TS
DaCosta
& Co.. Ltd.
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Qreetings
i"K VU rid ccw
rHtwi.
STOCK L'P ON
THESE FOrt YOLR
* DAYS HOLIDAY
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TUSDAV I.I I \||i| |c r. |fg|
II \Kll\fXl-. \I>V<>, Ml
rn.i h\i
Speeding Case Sen!
Back To Magistrate's
Court For Retrial
THEIR HONOURS Mr. H A. Vnughan and Mr A I. B
Hanschell in the AMafltanl CMirt at Appeal ygrtsgrd,
back lo bo re-heard and re-determined by Mr C I. Wa
wyn. Police Migiftratc ol District "B", the case in which
Joseph Hall i.( Railway Road. St Ql harged
with driving a motor van at over 37 miles per hour on
Boarded Hall Road on April 23.
Mr. Vlhm had dismissed Id Itiu Harris of Roa*
lu merits ihr rase uhith iraa B I -"'ill be held lo-
broucht by the Police after Sit .;Jv at 10.30 a.m. I.I r. Hi- Was -
Henderson had pointed out that a *n p Mr. G. B. Grirth... A
" .'l. wa> "l,(le on ,he ch*r'e Pi Uca Coroner of District "A".
II.MIIIII HO Mills mil. HflOSI III .....
as to the speed.
After Mr. Walwyn hid given
hit derision 'he Potue appealed
In the presence of Hall.
Cpi. I. Jones attached to the
Traffic Branch at Central Police
Stalin!, told the court that while r.
Police Constable 3 Uishlev Una *& "* iS**! ""
he were on duty along Boarded
Hall, he saw Qw Van M-I1I8
tr-vOling along Boarded H.ill and
it appeared to him t.> be going at
at fait rate Mall rat lb. drivai
and a check with the rt)
showed that the car
driven at over 37 mil* per hour.
Later Hall wu notified that he
would be pro*ecuted for speeding. _
The speed limit on
for vans is 20 miles per hour. **
Aked by the eoufl i( tk nave f"h
I oftc
.I'd Ihsjira al out 8.30 p li-
on December 20. suffering from
muse lit Road Vi"
Tha peal mwtrm i
Dr. A. S. Cato.
ROXII ACCIDENT
fter 8 30 a.n
r*av an accident occurcd on Boe-
hueh -
;; tho m^tor lorry M IMt<
u notlflJ ih>! h '""" Roper* of rVlIev-11-. S'
Vlh"el and dHvcn bv Kenneth
<>f Ol L BI Oeorga
~|evela ridden he B*
tc of Plekwkk Gap s* Ml-
riCTUltr- SHOWS a *ertion of T>!
electric motor* are batag t nut ailed. 1
create the factory' output.
si Latej ntta
:- i\|'c. Ml lo .
Mixed Cargo
Arrives It\
Saguenaj Ship
Th# Saguenay steamship Fatten
in pori from

Had o*
it. 807 bags of
feed. 40f container* al
Kjoda, 12 boxes of apple* and 1".
6>i p:ece-< of lumber. Captair

veaaat **| ^^ ,,.
M I VMi 1 ll\K( Oil
lea and 500 bags
.in Item

..... WaaTa ... ten

I Ia.'h
1'ided 500 bags ol
100 container* of
I : .

!
\

i unhtirt
II POT STKAUM.
ev'dence on his bahaU or if hi?
witnesses were called to the court.
Hall said no.
Their Honour* in sending back
the east Mid that Hal] i
neases should h*ve been asked to
put up a defence.
PIT ON BOND
ti : .UK A. McLood.
Police .Magistrate ofJ 1)..
yesteni > plaead Clifton
Bush Hall. St. Michael on a bond
for six months in the sum <>f S 4 in 21 days or two months i
for stealing a bundle of shinnies iri-nnmonl with hard lal
from Seibert Waterman of Bank B*-t.^ "t pi District "B" prosecuted
Hall. for the Pol ce.
The offence was committed on
November 23. Sat. E. Km:, at-
tached to the Central Police Sta-
tion prosecuted for the Police.
10/- FOR LOITERING
Joan UulllM of Gull Hill. S:
gu.ltv
btfoa 11 s Worship Mi ( L
Walwyn, Polloa Mafpstrata o Dtt-
trlct "B*' of stealing a qu
corn from Slapli' Onva PttnU-
tion, Christ Church on October 19.
.
^Arrangements Made
To Plan Community
Centre At Ellerlon
THE PLAYING FIELDS COMM TTKK ol SI
made BiTwigcnwnti ywttfday lo draft Ivo pro-
Brammc for the Community Centre al Ellerton. The
DIMtinf nu held at the cvntrt'.
D meiidatlotis for tins progranuno were pul for-
ward by Rev. R. RussHl who recently look up -hv \i
81 l.ukc's Church Membtn prMnl wtra Ifr W. A.
Yeavwood, ChairnuuT, Mr. II. H Goring, Mi 3 ft A.
Douglas, Mr. L C Moon Hid Rev Rusm-11
In ina Aw Maul court of Appeal
yesterday Their Honours Mr. H.
A. Wugnan and Mi. A. J H. Kan-
achell iini-ci J4-V..I! -i.i Rollins of Mount Mill, St. Goorga, rkaip
10/- for lo
near Mount HUJ
Coronation
Chair Moved
Britain's historic CorooaUon
id Stone of Scone have
moved from the Cbapal of
ad. on October Edward the Confessor In West-
29 wu-. Intent to commit .. (lonj ,*"," ' \Vi. to another part of
Thvr Hoooun eoaftrawd the the taihcdral. ThaDaanofWi
decision of His Worship Mr. C. 1* minster said the "move was made
Walwyn. Police Magistrate of D - as pert of preparations for trr
trict "B". Rollins had appealed Coronation. Slikht reiwlrs have
against Mr. \\ Ion, t.,.,. m.ule t the Yesterday he w | ordaTad to pay clearing up that part of the
the costs of appeal which amount- Abbev."
ed to 9 8.
Cpl. Walters of District "B"
Police St..- arhlla ho
was passing near Mount HID rood,
he saw RoUlm
When he approached Rollins to
ask him what he was doing in the
Held he ran away, It
1.35 a.m. on October 18
Sat. Henderson of District "'IT'
prosecuted for the Police.
INQCEST TO-I>.\V
The inquest into th
tance.s surround in c the
Ma son-Contractor
Passes Through
SKAWELL, Dec. 22: Thomas
Cockburn, a mason contractor
who has )ust completed three
Sears in St. Lucia working for
lessrs. Holland, Hannen and
Cubitta In the rebuilding of
paoaod through here
circum- by B.W.I.A. n hi.s .,. I... I. :,
deatll Ol Trinidad.
Mr. Yearwood said thai Ihty
were tt vm [ a n'nn tin-
idea of using ttta C <
Centre only ns .. da
said that U -
properly so that it would ba of
I
The Commlttaa oacMa I
In Ulfj
ionnvton one member said that
ha would ,.i>i>r
Gr.ihth of tha Pul
I at hi-' pM
rail their
arvlcaa to ad Ubrarl ina. Thau
I to MIm
approval,
Tha Conunlttoa Is also hoping
to stage nn an axhttttion as soon
-
drawm s will ba eott
put on : "'. Th i Con
later pur. has- Uta baat palntlnp
to decora-., tha Hal
It was idso luaaatad that a
had ihould bi
and trees plantad to baauttf) the

mlttaa la .
Nell Manning and get her
suggestions.
Part of the Aald will U-
::.. I
built a stage. pureha*r

piano,
Hall; Si I
H nays for fancy
i i

I i
hava an evai
...
lit of iii" I i Iran of tbo
pad thai tha V
th< Dap irunanl <.i
ah- will also be
ha i
! r ,r -., .
.i by Mi. Oollop,
Iffleei
Electric Motor
For Fairfieid
Factory
i
UUad In r Factory, fl
i
i

:

hou it I
n hour.

house was a


plant. Tin

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I
rimes about the end ol
the rai -
rarkli ;
not i el hava as
I
A ata
\RKI\ \IS h.i'.i ST It 1 IV
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M.rfj llmrielL* ... i t!i,
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' tha Lady st-Mlf.ivi
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Mil cargo included
1 pinna o| *J00 hag* of
: bafi of chfon
fitii! and U baS<
.
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Ol (MM is ntOM DOfaUNIt \
I
was tha m h,- nai
CaaliatM i<;. irhkli an

iied tha
main Item ol I
i opra. Wl
Ipmani of
il tha < onliarnt
it. i
to (ha Si hoonai
\
Only Scotland, trj.lmonal horn; ... line tobaccos, could
produce I-.hii Square Onlv in 1 .ur Square tobaccos
will you rind itasctad lc*l. bsaBaW vtlh ifegfj handed
down by suc.csur BBaWfBllOM t. r 0TCI 140 years.
FOUR SQIAKi:
TOBACCOS
UNI ILINDS TO CHOOU PhON MAD? 0T DOglF OF P All LIT
fr*f i%fitffr Mlfffffl I II DOS) LTD
po BOH
I VI IV lltAMIHtll
tin
f.-i
tha
Children's Programme Al Library
Over 300 JuvenUa m.-mbers of
the Public Libra*) '"ok part
in the Spec 1-1] Christmas Hour
Prograantni for them
yesterday .iftcrnoon.
1 and plaj wars
excluded from this year's pro-
gramme so that the 1
reading room could accommodate
those who attended. The children
enjoyed themselves singing car-
ols, playing flams and t king
r Qufats Compatlt
Mcmb-rs of the St. Matthias
School (. ttandad li d
BlUBl : "f t.'hristmas
.*ongs much to the delight Ol tha
llieii. Other children
recited.
The reading room WI
dacoralad f"1 lha ocesislon with
tranches of casu
Christmas Tn
I ranches of poinaattla. \
I of the room, banners
symbolic of Chi
Pi
CompatlUoni whlcJ
1 '
In this danartmanl of the
Library.

the P
read thr 1 birth of
Jesus Chrl II

of the staJI
rnmn, and |ud fll
H.W.I.A. QpenitQ
Sperial I li-.hi-
1
. to then
:
ll.W.I.A
special niichK for lha Trinidad
2i an.I th
(- laavh .
I
of tha con]
The flirht on l>--c. ?H
1
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POCKET CARTOON
1 OSBI Rl I t.Ni. VSII H
^.V
i'Aly Stores Ooudeil
\\ iih Skoppen
CHRISTMAS ihOppara continue
.1. row 1 lha 1 Hy inopa, 1

had <
wcii- tha
.'.
I Canadl in iall' m
.. 1
hea) 1
...- Idawalka

am but 1 Lin nit" town
I bus stops
I for th
Hard worhod mop assistant!.
iling aach
lift tha
1 '. protl il":' ni-vcr tu K" to
onl 1
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III IISMI l*
PI HI Hill II1
"Hhsllrosi- 1,'ll'ia.- Ill
Taauna" m
"Joy" "Momriit Buprrm
.'..III
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J Revirns- "Dans la Mall
-Banana-la" "Ptann it RaeaUla1 Mail dr Kosi"
Tfanah Cm Cm" '%. Tsbac Blond'" 1 .
orin- I.-
-OanastoM -im Orur i- Jaesj.....~.'i.
"TatiM" '"10 Oarats" by Dana
"Miss Dior" iMorama 1 1 < hrUtlaa Wai
-My him' "Baantal Arpx 1
"IndUciot" "OaidntiU" 'N
Chaiial No. It
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may affect the whole tyttem. Skin eruption, m/%**
and irritabon. simple rheumtim sn.1 nainf-'. ***^"*3>
points arc nature'* signal that you need <-larke' weawsast
Blood Mixture. This famous mediane helps SKW
to cUansr the Mo.id uram of impunnes sod cOMHAMTTt
keep you fit and free from tbet* and similar ,miH%
iroubkaoow complaints, lie -# U> ask for *""*?
CLARKE S0** iwn$
Blood Mixture flags
To.fceep
fit and active..
M
Oivo them HALIBORANGE
every day
Tkess'i nothing liss ir for building
up reserves of vital energy, promoting
healthy growth, strong bones sad teeth
sad resistance to iltneis.
Made from purest halibut oil, cleverly blended
sritb the iuice of ripe oranges, it is neb in
Vitamins A and D and so delicious in taste thai
-w the most finicky youngster takes
^L it with delight.
afla?~_aafn Incidentally, it's fine for grown-
\y^* p, woi
Haliborange
Moil Bugland by:
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PAGE SIX
RARDADOS ADVOCATh
TIT.SDAY I'll I Mill I! 2:1. lM
St. Winifred's Paying Off Debt
Old Girls Render
Great Assistance
i had
PHas- Day it SI Winifred'* number of staff change* thai
$-houl look plan- '*ar
UeaMJttlpJZeas Mi's J C. Sealc III Mi* Minm- Inct had reUred_ane
her rtfMfl said th thanta m the thirty yean of faithful
efT. rr T the Old Girl*' Aawcla- Miss Cowpei had rest;
tion and the ghat ositj lamalM
chant* ami othei friends of 'he Ml H
school the del. on IM !. I W- PI-
Ho a, >n holiday In Barbados
Working Men Association
Make New Bid For Members j
si \ :;. EN
lined to r>- rit Workingmc
French lady Association ii
in rapidly and soon it will be
political force to be reckoned
and significance 10 them. '
The Federated Indu-'
Agricultural Workers' Um.ii of
.. .well.'had tak. fts fmer posit- ll i. prpposed to open the Fair- derS-ia^afhasfSwarded IDTO^
- I. year- ago toll Home for indent child** 'tttnTS*d NTo^OrgSnt
.-rl> next year. This has been lton -iru, ,he arrest of Mr
tuced, Tt was owii K to Old Oirir came to me k-iwi i-> sw ....-. ection* of the community, had a made possible through the genera*- i ,_ .. !,,, vJl pirf*,i- ,.f
efforts that the school .as starting until the time ywrwtotett. u.. lp. and al one y of Mr. Lew,. Punnctt. a retired A J "J \ !fZ\, ".'. ,7,1 T-adc
Ch*i next teim. ium to the school In England gi ,1(.r.., -faction secured foil out planter, who abou 8 years ate u^^ Federation or Trade
Two tvpcwrr.ri*. three office desk*, when- IM worked. Mrs. ^ mu lai elected mem- made p g.fl of 10 acres of land lo tkT^w ...k,,* k. ^ ,i
to* the" ..':' '"' " *" Ev*'l>" Sf? ''i'1 ,or "v';""" beri o. lha Legislative . ounol the Anglican Co.nmuS.tv for the taVZ %%**, A&ta&rsS
.-. had all been pr vidad .u ren one. itly. posts In town ^ Jo His Honour the Adm nshut, r
of part of too pro*asd. or the Wa. rt(J,kprs. p,.^,, >nd mtwr. Wo,k . .Urted through the SaTtrTiuZy^^fortntoS
Fair held M the school lastOc- Mrs. Denn.s Worme WtiMtln 01 Rt Rev II N. V tt '?,.<, ,^ wftV ?h5
tobtrta ^'iSSZSS'JSi mT Mis* Oarvie. a graduate with i tudo of the Mrlo I.<' r7J> hat h- m.
g* ,t I diptom* Joined < U! ., task proved too much for the gK'm 0'd",,n^ Je Fier,, h
Crone Sand and oMhe ewht Ding, ana nci .,' ,;.-,. her arrival she ha* all of which fell to the lot of 0 ,
ie-airangcl and cataloguer Tbt eight inland hat underta,. -
l>ocks In 't,' num- members fonned what wa known the work and to wirier. 11
Old Girl had to Th^ Eiphth Arm. -' | hJ alin nromn-l
sttassss*of tto aehool ' u "'II ai Ubtrotlosii bul ipiH
tv* yt-. | vn hie ' - .. I- of Heetlnn nmmise* hnve undo)
the Oui. i i '. the $..<' -I then Itip- .
wer to an Mapeal ( atoryl for . w*ork<
vear Mr. Ilcftt rmraior; .-..idren hnd been iT,smof, Aunt WMfccwn
forward to I ll r'ner added,
und the school was n"t gratefiil V(litoM _. ^.
forlhi. help ..r l.v
A mi Girtj had to extended Ubrai
Ttanporary arraoaV-1 licence.
Inj providi-d
AoclMio'

Hoverplane 'S'hml^
\1jm *larl So in
One Ol Hi
manufacluiers
given Pri/i's for wnJ b
was fiat grateful in ll
if rxpeniix'c books; and continued
MUsSeii'.' ,: lo 'hank
other kind donors whose names
are on the pn>ci
Mr. Clifton Wright, besides
girted a i'!'"1 for <<** sportsman-
ship h;ni prtaotrted her with
itfiiufiictuiers i planning to open
bralnlai s<-hool at whfch pilot*
I'lll be able to put In thr riving
mg. ------------------------- t* erected.
..i her hair. The fourth tableau ,uc for u
During the afternoon -bowed a youthful bridal couple kXM i,y the sea
)l(. ind ,. Uta and aUver with touches .i iisn market stand*,
earh pr< i boUQMOt I Bold on the biidegroom** cos-
tume. This Dlsabtth, eld. I
JatlghtaT si James 1. inherited all iU Uie th.
The eatrrtamment reflected tl .- of her grandmother AdimiilMratcr Hun. H. II. OarVey
Inflii'-nee of Coronation Year. Aft | Bootg. Her mar- ID Doe. IM7. Tuc ctmuted co(
Omrorl ll h twtvoj Chatt for the >mging of the School Song, n<1|(l. Wils H popular an event as ll ilW.OOO of which 198,000 tot
.vhich she bktaed him daily! ht JeTUsatafn,'' than wag pteylel ^.m f uUr own t^ucvn, for her been provided by CD. Ac W. funds-
had also given a T-inu, Hat for which told the storv of Princess bndegroom, the Elodor Palatine. The building when lompleted will
the aecond lawn which would ho Ilosebud's marriage with the Sn ., p ,, ,1-nI> jnt.n wv w,.,,. M, on|y Hdd to the comfort ; "My for l(W next term. A net- Dragon in order to save her father's ihowD a pathetic little girl. Eliza- vendors and customers bul also lo
I all field was also being prepared city from destruction. Thia wa. tic.h ,iflUghter of Charles I who the beauty of the town
lhanks to the generosity of I acted l p nine ,>f the MMN "t UM described her last inle.vicw with
friend nf the-srhooL and she heped srh.rtjl. all of whom looked moat ,,,., rather, At thi* point two
'.hat that too would be in use next allraetive in their flower costumes DtrifJ V"..Ii- and "Eng- Unucr toe auspice* of the Extra-
term. i f.ii"ed bv an bhdortcal u,,,^-' iron sung to |to girls of > I DapaWmoiM two loeturai
. _, I :i.pae of England's lhp Upper and Middle Schools, were delivered at the Court Housv
The %choi-'Mc work <.f thi Elirabetha." First came a short A,1(,iher tableau. .. i 11 ill I n
school had been she felt -u.c.-s- ,crne portraying the meeting f (i,.1>r(.c m. ,rt-tIC daughter, fol- the Anglo-American CaxIObeon In
fully CWtted M during the past Edward IV with the fascinating i,w|. This Eliubeth married the Tl
j^tf^gjM &*3&i22:33L \stttJStimjL sra
in aovan subjects Patience Sumi-.er daughter Rlliabeth of York w rw -Moore in six, M-Uie Every and whom he I. revealing the fact in. next Elizabeth, ihe Queen " .ir,""^,^!^ ?!.J!S"
loan King in five and Anne liynoc that he. horoMOM say. she will Mother, was shown lK-inK WC1- urer dealt with the place of statll- :,,,.
..nd Helen McChlery |n four Six be Queen of England, though -he corned by our Junior, who recited u" '" .'"'n.n.slranv,. pUnnmJ
out of the eight glrU passed in has two brothers. A aecond a verse In praise of her courage ?"" ine-n5T ,
MathMniitu-'. Miss Barker, the art tableau showed Elizabeth grown- during World War II. A charm- '^a'n*<, n,d statistic
mistress wa* doing valuable work, up and the wife of the nr.l nig episode in tills scene wag the d*~' ,
AH the girls she had entered for Tudor King Henry VII. She held proientttion. to the Queen of a In commenting on the lecture
the
Many of Rrnaini commercial
pilots, belhrving that the hover-
plane Is the vi hide of (he fut
have been making efforts fo
years lo obtain training
howevei. only select-
id British European Afrwayi
pilots have completed the necea-
sarv hour*.
ihe cost of tuition ..as been a
difficulty This could be reduced
bv the use of suitable two-seat
machine!.
Instruction al the proposed
school would start as soon us pro-
* these new machines be-
gins. Already a prototype is flying
the General Certificate had passed, a posy" o!"red and white roses! Victorian posy by oat of too ,ho Chairman said. "Mr. M
She was making great efforts to budges of the rival Houses united times. The last tableau showed *" breathed the breath of life in-
infuse her own enthusiasm Into by her marriage. The portrait of lh( llnrlwidos ront-of-arms with to >ne nostril of dead statistics
her classes. Some of the work Queen Elizabeth I was preceded ^'uabeth II, trident in hand. ,,l,d U'vcn life, interest.
done b* tier pupils this term by a sonnet reminding u> of the landing in the chariot. The ----- '"
could be seen on the way to tho splendours of her reign, and end- Senior girl* then grouped them- -^^" ~------------------------
library. It was Miss Marker who uig with n prayer for our present selves round the chariot nnd
had painted Ihoao realistic sea- Quiwi Gloriana looked Impres- ing a "Song of Britain" and
horse* on the
Barbados.
Man Seal'-
oat-of-srms" of ive
*.iUi
n htr violet and gold dress
a big upstanding ruff of
loea with pearls festooning
from Edward German's
I DKland." "God Sa
nbeth."
^tca
Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
You'll feel so Ircsh and encrgcit after you've
i J I huo" Toilet Sojp. Its decp-
c>cansing lathCl y ftCcS you Of weariness,
keeps you frcsl BMicll longer! For fmh-
ncs* ill dgy *nj every dtj use Lifehuov
Toilet Sojp !
FOR PERSONAL FRESHNESS ALU Ds
1/MMrUM-l
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We Extend to our Friends and
Customers Sincere Wishes for a
Happy X'mas and trust that the
New Year will bring you much
Prosperity
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DAILY flights from Montreul to London,
Glasgow, Shannon. Regular flightn I
lsr
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Eorruption
On Inrrt'ust
In Russia
I By W. A. K*-ir*
nniniii \ v 4 urnvi >i \s iv\htii;s
I'rcss of

>unts of

and light.
l '

lade i
ally with
Air Tourist
Services
April L954
IXJNDON
Round-ltM-worU an-
rvtce .v 11 be operating b> Ai'i .k
iM. the International Alt
rt Asiooat on announced m
andon. Existing cheap service*
be extended through Eu-
Painful cramps of "Monthly Periods" stopped
} or amazingly relieved
la 3 evt of 4 corse* In datto-a' own leafs!
Women ud girls who u
urTrr from UWN function- *
ally-caused araaapa. back-
acftea and aaadachea
and the Middle Eat during com
_ laal
upaat and Irritable on eat-
l*ln -prUrular iUji"
may often be suffaring
quiu unntrrtly
duct) la the cooclusloti
M doctors IB
i I Hajrhini -
a?*
Wattaai
Um mil.i ii.
Iris wu.*i
TWO PARTIES were given foi poor children yewrday.
LEFT: Lady So 1 pr<*rit Chnstms* Rift to UtUa Michael Barrow at the Children- Goodwill Lein.- Cieacht yeiei
of 32 bablc* who received Rifts. One hundred and forty elementary school children were al*o treated to CnrWissa. far.
Sir George 1. Lady Seel. Mr John Bcckle". Michael and hi* nun*
RIGHT Mr.. H- 0. Ramsay tleftl presented gift* to the children at the Cartstmaa party at Canst Church A.oi Madame IBM (right) gave the party for children and inmate* of the institution.
|y Mi.h. 1 la one
In the picture ara
yterday evening.

tiBera.''
e tried
f.i lory i
. 'irted] a I
rnraggrt p.
>h< mOduve
perfujna kn
(kiniula Dry
I Xmm Oompetttkm
CLAUD OMOOIM of Upper
This whs the llrst comi- -
id Prybytkov will ut ha kin I
ll feature.
... I ...
Ch. Ch. Aluisliouse Inmates
Given Christmas Party
i
III An Turiwd
Hack Every W 'eek
At The Ports
NEARLY Fimr CHILDREN end 78 inmate** ChrM __
Church Almhous.- MUndwJ the Christina* Part] which / SlrwSoaSSi
M.i.i.in... !lill and her social worsen ;ii Cnrlsl u*, airporti and aaapori
Church AJmsli ',( evening Gifti were .n tntcr-
tribute,! bj Mn tt O. Ramsay. Wit. ol lb* Amenc-m |&tt^P^P^* IK
Second Officer at tha Consulate worat
Both .mldnm and inmate* en- Before thepresentation. M, Tftaj ar told that tlie beat
Ural half of next year, to South '
India, .'akisUn and C*y-
a lattai halt and ttwoaah
Uw r..i KaM tad Pactie curly in
i.a.ta also anauaoad thai
fai the tkr*t tune, fares hn\t beer.
illed for scheduled int.
N :
the American West con-t : r
rant
A M>okc*man sain tnai MN Ui-
reached b] tm m-
btt tlrUaai represent "almost an
revolution in air trans- '
Jot an oinpUah*

Una relief
Tea) UMicti ideore show*
Ltala Pink ham I tho*-(ahi(
fc-l-r In arUnn It awu
-
r* D. a
i .irreatid
f.r.
ii.is no> yt baaa judged.

ni.in. Who ujs g)vi
m./,
tad kIuiu
pudding. E v a ham.
1
the winners totl.t> |Q
tnanj Uvel
Tin PoUoa Band Raaativj atld thai it *ra
rice and i
.ibadoa and
Tliree Who Work
For West Indies
, Had IM1* moo-
taj '
Goodwill
League Treat
Chiklren
I Imirasnael)
...... | the ',l,:-
.iinl hrought a
j. ...., ;,, iiieti. ban ina i httdrwr
i s.\ artahlBg them
Happy Chrtataua and pleasant
Ne, Yaai
Idn H a. Tataa, Cnunihwai1-
den ol Chrart Church, thaakad
the Aral policy is t.> be i
to .hi travaUtn
If iMiasport is out of dale
i nrythitig k dona to
touch Mlth tlie |
br Consulate In Lraalon and t*l
tar put right.
Inn wTaal about 40 people
are r-fu u. enter
the couatO "ul Ua
ntnaaa.
I ii'>. name e Ham av fc* the IntdW I
had shown. On behalf f tha la-
f the instiiution, ahe
lhaalrad Hadama irtii.
h- !.......
Slle
said that -Jie BQpad
Kill's life would be
LONDON

1918 ;
ill
INI MCNDHED AND FXRT\
elementary 160001 etUMlwO WwTi
veslerday treated to Christmas Madumc
(will spared for many mun
League Creche and 3-' babtM La that she could carry on Bar |0Od
given Christmas work. She then extended the
.... of protanla. 11m Blfl pwatlaa. la
. ..-.ik i. .v se.-i. wife ol Bn f* praaam. ,. u
n t -ing in l^ndon after the Qrwai .s.. 1 CornptroUi far Develop- snaoame Hill thankwl Mrs.
War, He bafan hit practice In man! and Walfara who wu also Talma tor her kind remarks and
- Mra. Ramsay for gracing the
Ml Ktill has his Uegajra dM gifts wart dagWIartad, function with her pre i
re aurgcry. and since 1933 has helped Mr ju|in BOCfeloi said lhat n was Jd that il showad a t'luistian
Ol the spirit.
I The local Laafua Aakona* thoaa praaant ware Hi
uUte the Oraraaag W <> pame. \ ..e-iYi^ident:of the
the liUk
inile-n
back on the next boat or airplane
If he has In spend ., night in
Mtihle tit-
tentfon ii-HT arlUl freedom t"
hli} mid and igarettes.
I. La,
tt\ um time in" aa atn fcaa Iuh i
baaa i>ut lull) Into rmranon,'1 ha
loailj ol miii national
will br carried on tour- i
Igt rather than tlrst-clas* flights
and the ecptsorak bans oi Lta la
rill be mass rather than]
I ga transport
RaotBt I A I A sosslons have
Agreed that llrst class fares Will lie
left iiiiehaiiRed during 1V53 In Ihe ''
Western Hemisplu-n tin Kai Easi
IBd ever Ihe Pa.itlc Than Will
on rout* frarn
Europe i the Near and Middle
I
Tourist fares aie 20 to M par
cent less than llrst class chargra
The axtaraaoa <>f tourtn aa m
iii baaln on April i next yaar
with the ntrodwtton ol hi n
traval within iniroaa and between
Kuropa and the Middle East. From
Vk>^i
Backacha, Rhaumatic Pain Relieved
Hardening, panning, odd job* r>Hiud (he house |
be a flesiurc again when you are |>n from baOaibe,
rheumatic pain>, alitf, aching muscles and imnii, turn-
bago ot conunon unoaiy iruuMei doc io impuniici
hi (he blood.
Why not get happy relief by taking IXwn". Hj.kachc
Kidney Pilh. ITicy help ihckiJn<-. M rht the blood '
of excess uric acid and h uiipuntie* wfakh e*her-
wsM might cttllcct in the >y\irin anJ cause di.irt.v
HAW A QBSTVM v j mtm at latnda aawi a* m aaalsaa
*wViev Alum u iht pnuJ rt**rj ,./ /^m,', fflk fjtaajftll
ucwwm e/ all dgei mm 4*J ttommtml fan ttfcittx Jiartt* am.' a
owueplK w Ihnr tntnJi arU >srvMsa-i.
Ai your
D-aiarrar

iwatll Pans Through
rrom Martiniquo
'..... ",' ol't.iher l, 1953. tha network will
tn ich i>ut to lacluda India. Paid*-
tan and Ceylon with a brunch be- .
tween Europe and South Africa
Then, en April 1. 195*. tounst-
cuua rlLfhta will i>egin io Raaa
Koni: Manila and Tokyo and
the Padnc from Asia
mi \ itai.i'i' !> Ban Francisco
and Vanioiiver Another branch
route will pcovtdi ohaap traval to
South An"-" .i .. wall
fnougri to fempl
even Santo I
d saint
niipie
- 1*'- Marcui ilonlal doctors
I. 1)1. C. Beltirld by a ...
from Barba- practice
INTHANSIT
n u relay fag B w.i.a
Trmid.. I on his way to Criatobol
i A
Boardii.g Ottkar ol
Line.
Aleo arrtvlnl nan yeaterday 7*i!"'
iftanki frorn Martinlaua by
.W 1 A mtraiiHii for Trinidad.
Noel Foatcr-Dav: fhrist Church Baby WaU-
1 Colonial ,'.", ";t; \S yeVrty rfloit LB UaflW Mrs. R. Rudder. Mrs. D.
, ..; SS, eh.ldren Ashuy.Mr and Kn. H A Talma, waiM, Jeroine iian,;; Cona'Cuc^
mcl among keeps open phf J' ^f.. co,.?"'f ,, ;l kini, , ch-* He I' Mrs. S. Healh ,,, ,. ,, Mll . ,.
Th,S thanki-d the I.--..I iu-.el.anta and ,,nd Mi Alfi-,1 H M M UUOB. in Fo, I de F...... e lie
others who hud donated present*. Mllluent COX, Mr. J. I. T. l)as now none to sp-mi in- Christ-
, The Creche U a da) iranan Bnjtar, Kb A. Barrow and M. ,.. ,,..,.. with his relatives m
I nth Ihe path of eoloured ChildTBB are left there !.y pa.e.Hs C. B. Brandford. I ort-nf-Snaln.
'bout e.oini intcy.*1 from 6 ajn. to 4 p.m. daiq
Spa. ,.,i tan p* i can! discounts
I or tin I-
tnvalllni on tnlanona ol ccavnon
Maehuleiu I'.t.test v.iii i. latToducad from
-he hlrti Apni |, i53 on mitti batwaan
" Ne /eal.m.t and Fill. FIJI "
it. il.. i
. ami
l An-
_. -This
tbetn ec- modesl mun with his canatderabla
rdy in London talanta hag dona rnuch to aUeviata '
1 centres. In the suffering of the pool
Friendly Rivalry
In West Africa
.11 tor-DavU, unolhcr working ml :. m-..rd Is krpiaf
II one ol mu.ical '?" "">' " "'>""* ,The
\..- a. I iimnlat {"* S"
i Symphony Or- day.
rthlp to the Trlalt, Col. .n brtn brought to thi
i. t ol Muilc In Leadou when *"'" ""J0*** ft *S*?J
l. war P- she .rrtvad in tog- l-""1"1 elc^ilng '- *^*. l^-v
land In 1936 and I " bathed and dressed
unitorrn of th
mder of tha day li ipaBl pi | v.. .: Africa arm i-
of tha riaaby, rnoatlj friendly,
.iroadc-st in Britain and Stan.ii- Dr, Bcott li the madleal ODVar thntjthm batween Gold Ceatt and
guitar, for tha Ntei la flald aa In
DOt and douhle bass. yettarda) the -lemenlaiy thil- other activities. But if then is a
She has taught in schools and dran Wan MMttad around a long .-onipetilive element In th.
COllaaai In Britain and has com- r0w of tables. Each was given of pi
\a P05**1 balleti*. based on West something to eat and dunk, that modern condition! d I
After thi* they were niven fi.>ren pi-sMiii: forward tOfBjUkfl in ami :
ires and other I
-teetings recent- '
i nere was a deem -..ted Chn-t- |v when the
inaa tree at the AlTj U U
n a table on a made Us first tup between
pUtform and nurses brought the gerlajl capital, l^goa,
babies for their presents when f V'1*1..1
ii
. i... iduetry.
. ., i
I by the Both* I
I to li iv- dealings with
i
It!
the latter the
I -. t>i regret.
'
ei. then
Dr, .lames
thi
I k talcs.
!t gives the life "Miss Davis w.nts to return to
aica." Ihe niti-
cmarkahlr ncadeniie Would like to sstfaMtah in the
.-I a achool ol tnusk which
nihs would be a permanent foundation.
r the '>''
la d
\ ratral s 0 Balneford,
Honoran Phj -
tha Queen. Much of his
a with it e Royal
|,<-nt in selentdif
, mill) parts of the
world In IMS hi undertook in-
. |nUi malaria at Slnga-
., dUtii on ol the
,1 linvc thi" I niie >. ai
North Parataa
I. dal r<
Ti-unsl fares for services
the Padfli *dl be determined by
I.A.TA. in Netttrabar, IBM Now-
ev.i. pravtalan has already boon
ni.nle f.>r a special emigrant fare
(huh Tokvo and Ihnig Kollg to
Nurth ;.ud South
Apnl 1 next
p arvlci operate
Atlantic and between
Britain and East V
fo m at i.iu'.dthev'oiid toui -
i oi ii intorna
ttaaal ilrUnai' i raeaat naat at
pOO ..u,i.>ft will eventually be
.. high natty, or lour-
QiuiUltj SbvMJt
A OIllClOUS AS50KIMENI OF TOFICES i CHOCOlAIES
theie ,
.all
ill.<
lhar

ESl??lorW ",l.....'"'""-

i ml] SO, he wm
i Kin.
, at llarva
hut nee \B ti.uning."
B.I.F.
arch
m corai
at Oxf ir i
"On, R< ti that
111. jdeimc Jarr
n k % intoreetad :
I Ihe under-privileeed
vorfc-

Dr. Clarka
1
-*55JV
I the R N
ndthoG Id : '. buh he
tnttail of Aeera "Mnv tin- founded, wa pcnniiiientlj
creche, and Mr. Becklel Wl I
linking those two countries and. Africa In a pectal avnaa, Ru
When ahe had distributed all mav u be a symbol of i ,r i ti that West African troop
the presents. Ludy Seel mixed unuing progress and prosperity in wen in Bast Afm...
with the children and helped fnendslnp together.'' walked Into a sitting td
;e'r,hare toflw. to I Tropical Research ;;,;''
body of one Of the children. Among the names Of IhOM */ho a m.
Th-srh.-.l.hililiensansanum- mivr mjde their ennlributlnn to DW
were killed in the Der of Christmas songs after the m.,1.,1
uere K.lied in me ^.^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ^^ ^^ who hdS U^,M Jn
f.P, finished news recent!
Wreck '{novcnil
GUATKMAI.A. I>-c. 32.
The v,t
Jpne of ti m which crashed into the sou
Bum areas^still prefers thp on. thl. Ouatcmalan coast on
M library n, rat ivarad by
[of ih,. public pi

;ur people
en in lb"
Surge> ir
Ihuial
hurl
ha......
'
Tha
Colnm.indel Owl '
prompt denial that there
, Waal African troop
i,i, ,.t the I 01 tlnent.

THE GOOD OLD DAYS WEREN'T SO *
GOOD AFTER ALL
Grandmamma had to depend on clumsy, inefficient cookers to do
her Christmas baking. To day the most modern kitchen is
equipped with the most modern cooker-the one that gives perfect
satisfaction combined with the greatest economy
the
FALK
KEROSENE COOKER
This Christmas give your home the Present
with a Future
FALkS kF.ROSF.NE <
CHRISTMAS
TRADITION
that has been observedH
ior many years, and that 9m
still continues to Ihe prcs
cnt day &
A GRAND OLD CUSTOM J;

HAM
DRY
M0N0P0LE
CHAMPAGNE
"THE CHAMPAQNE YOUR
QUEST WILL PREFER"

SmWimiM*''tM*i*i\Sitif\tsTOKs a bynoe ltd


ru.i i h;ht
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
I'HII.H
TITSDAV dkimiwi:
Government Notice
* Department. Geartetown. KrCfeh Galana.
Applications are invited from suitably qualities person -
port of General Manager of the Marketing UvtssM al the A|
Department cofnpnatnj
(I Th* Govwnmf nt Produee Dapatf, QllOW
atardam;
(b) The Livestock Control Organisation;
(c The Milk Control ftigiiilmii i ind
(d) The Proressina: Farlor>
2. The salary of trie poet it M.800 |*t annum, ( non-pensionable t.
A roat-of-ltving allowance at the approved rote, now $240 pa
CJ?i!il ** *l" PVMb>*- APPO*ntment will be on agreement for .1 year* In the
c*m| fir* instance, aad subjacl t physical fitness. OihCT conditions of ser-
Onasny j *<* are toe afflcers of equivalent stain, holding pensionable appolnt-
" ments. .,*.-
3. The duties of the post will be the general man-Hen
supervision of the marketing activities of th< OrgM
above, and the General Manager will at all time* I-
dlrectlon and control of the Director of Ai-rirultini
The annual trading lurnov.r of Un Pi about
$2,000,000 The Depot* trade In all local '-.vege-
tables, and praai
The Livestock Con! i
intandad for oonauawalaai m Q, ,iam. In
wldftlon n oparaaai ai Abbatolr In (ho RubbjohibI fi
Is tranapurted bv aircrafl D The supply of I eel and the
I
I > pvajaattaa
The Milk Control OraajfihwittoB U
loUacUot i dattribuUon of moh tat
The following Bflthritftl
- production af ataeh rfcadj .-assava fiour. plantain fli
bulk storage of rorn. m ami fat-tun- of torn rr.e.,1 and cXI I
nnlng.
arhnlaaalt Fish Market and Cold Storage plant which are In the
course of erection will also come under the MIDI
Manager.
4. Applications giving the following information, \,/ -name in
full, date of birth, and professional qualifications and ODD
experience, and accompanied by not man
should be addressed to the Director of Aijriciiltiirr. Afrtculturl I
ment. Georgetown and hould reach him not lal
ary. 1933.
TM3ME TO URiUUTt V
MM* TMMMS U10 Ml f !
SELECT THESE
fttattVI
Varnishe- Enamels. Taint*.
Sandpaper. Steel Wool.
Also
Plates. Platter*. Cupv
Pans
Saucer*. Saucepan*. Pots.
and
Champagne. Port. Sherry
Cocktail. Pony Whisky,
Liqueur. Half Pint Glasses.
We beg to inform eu
Cuotomers that our
Store, will be clmed
on Saturday 2?tat
Oeremher
PUNTATIONS
LIMITED
Broad St. and SprichlMoM n
miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
- .....
IT
\\ IIIX II MAINS
mmus
.l.V St0
A. E. Taylor
Announce* he has opened:
ARCOLA SHOES for Ladies
Mans fir Id Shoes for l-adirs and another shipment nl
Indian Shoes and Sandals.
All these Shoes are now well known throughout
the world for their up to the mitit)
lit. and delightful fashion, worthy of their names.
Our first shipment of Nylon underwear tor I
including Slips, Panties, Briefs and Night
just arrived.
A. E. TAYLOR LTD. CaM* smo
DIAL 4100 Where QualWa .. .- Hill!
PRICES LOW.
f hristmas Harauins I hat
l*h>usv Your ttuituvl
III 'MX-. MX SHONE It OM Y
10% Cash Discount
on Canadian Oil Cloth, Congoleum. Oil Stoves
T
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i
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Slaii I-sing Them 'To-day
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tin- ua\ you write
with &6t<oo
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n Etterhrook F H-al-.vv MiK -J Hold. ..ruin ami / >.*
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whatever mi writing i"K <
t>rook poini lint i. < \ M ||j
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Christmas Greetings
and Best Wishes for

the New Year I
SNAtT k SAMPSON
(1938) Ul.
II. n1.in iftrr- mi First Hum
0 tlin 1 '**.*A,'.:-.-.' '
I To Our
Friends and :
Customers . ;
W can utill miP1,'s ;
folli
IB
i m* \- ii i n-
Tins Up HkMU 04
lit'- i
Rot I orkUII iiki.iii-
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.......
t>-< Pntwfwii Airt.
Hi ml- <) .
and >or f^murlii
2* S- Kiim
INCE &('.. Mil. ;;
5 T1IF I.nVKUKST CHIT .;
o\ THE TREE J;
, .tsk.M ..) thai .;
LIMACOL |i
TOILET SOAP
Three buth-sired cak*
b pre i I i
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ft It W. I I
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FREE
ENGRAVING
All pen*, tt.iuuht from Ul
will br rnfiravd with
your num** or initials free
of charge.
See Your Jewellers
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a in., in*.
20 Brot I A
Marine (i-idclu..
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R.KHAlMiS MlVlM.VIK
n i-i>\> i)i< i miii:r el iKS
Men Win All Golf Hampers
Twenty Pairs Competed
rT*IIE !
1 Unl Al
the 1950-51 H-ur
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( ONBISTBNT
AHMED, in atT-aplnna

itM8 he i look .
He a
h


I) \TT \KY < \J \R.\N I'll \IK \lt
JOHN Drcembei 12 19
B"

ilium riuht ;inn l M
ing right


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England
ii t in the Third


D. H THADKAIf
our Lomft
( II II FOB (HOP
CM \hi.ik BMIRKE, wl.....aJa
I I ,lks were
I for i
Guild!
i
i -.ever, tie still
Cfe Ml
i of American eluba won
i by covers hearing the
nd brown, it.it di piti
I
Opt Cl urlla .inn
l
II.\( K IN W TION Kill M W VI \K
#* < ill D ki In icUoo
in II l II, haa not raced -i d when
in Qermanj in Jut)
ihc ligaments in his ankle.
NKillT SCHOOL
fJAnilY WKKTMA^i Dfltal i. | .1: M UUU&g a
H .:. two Qtbtf pro*
golf lesions m :i South Croydon hotel In o dotni ha I
the ol.i problem of how tai should

local ;
Ail the full pormlHlon of the Prof< nal Ool
British Bloodstock Goir
Abroad Too Much
ll> J.AMLS I'AKh
THE f.iil in the Tom racalptg vn emphaalMjd ut last
week's bloodttQCk sales at Newmarket. It was quite a
pleasant occasion for the vendors, us anything or ood
1 madi its lull value
iSS^i
Stay Out Of The
Ring I retliiio

.

if i in
.
i
i


POOttl I dial t
o> a fuss

i .
r people heside,.

Y...i
" l :
Q
"in,. I put
i for my
.
bould say
. i.
n, i-hiii and

nlghi whan Milk,
pluck, did man
' tighter to save

Mind.
Like lleeii Coma
UOUOd I'uiu'hmg like
: | riiakl the in.iin UB
Dd OUU do It any
m ah ..c- -
und inv apaach blurred
.it odd Umaa, anu every morning
to be w;iku,ul
from sleep which was more like
Bag I twin anything eUe."
After la- had leal the world'!
i hip on i
Itnock-oul lo i ii.
m n
rout:__
.
vm I mi. ...though it waa uar

him U
D the sumo
i' tight, for
" *
dayi .ire numU-n-.i. tvan
though hi .ihse It at
the time."
it win ba Ihraa ri
1 flght aid it u
1 Idta won ,i
he ,- bv
no mean* broke, his hope
whether Ih double enti
ux on 1-.. ,,, , M
'id no matter who wm thi
i Ifht title, ha win ran
111 to the game l

C ll \K\ I \
who had prepaiv udened twm|.:

' noon off after '
... .
try Clul
laj a blind draw fei



and Ro)
.'.
two, ihre,
arMfe .
adca of i I. tum-
id in |
gross, whu-h >r..\>
them a net <>"
- better
than :
mi Rodger who
had a 74 gross but
oadj .' *t haw

78-11-67.
i 74- 6-68- j
, tt-17-70.1
83- 8-75 i
'I 84- 8-,
76.

.1-12-77.
85- 8-77.
H7- W-7H.
H (imnnum 92-
I 1-78.
Mrs. tfuna-l Banjaanln 93-14-
Kmic 90-11-79,
Mi- lie .-le.-Mrs. Manning 92-
12-80.
t Morgan l-ll-
0.
li William* a-i
i aa i4-1
1OS-17-80
ion-lS-87.
I12-IH-
94.
b.S. TEAM DEFEAT
BERMUDA TEAM
HAMILTON llermuda.
Dec. Xt.
am from
UJ |v) Laagua inliege^
tour "1 Bermuda
I
-
squad is made1
in Cornell. Dart-
,. i
New Loveliness For lou
Follow this
Simple Beauty Plan
. Aw,
,p Bell K'
Wils.,n mn
an 82
a I I o < il 12
, hi. h
brought t h i it>
down to i
to e a r n third waim iHawi
QUt Oil (III
eighteen-;.-.: ::,,t on

i an unannoum
lii'e well worth winning.
nml lin, Audrey Th'.:i
;irded for
Ig .ill putti
and turning in their eard tn spite

112.
LUDWIOSHAPKN
(iern
.goslavia
watched
i ,0)1(10.

g
fm r*M vlib Pilrrtiti Semw
1*. thi. I n.i,. <:.'
* Thu il*ni,n| muMga brlaa*
" r.i.i "
- PS. For bath and shower, grl the lhnll% BJth Si
DOCTORS PROVED PALMOUVES BEAUTY RESULTS
W. GERMANY WIN
SOCCER GAME
SETS SIGHTS ON SOW AND ARROW
'here am around 3n
who made from ~ i""1 t,. H..100
inlnaaa Some ,,t iha horses m
Irabunf aold wall, with .* doaan
making from 7.000 to 10.000

riiei.. waa .> conatdwrabla de-,
land tor [oala. of wnich ball
morn than :hhi guineas waa
at WUUam Hill, who
i h]......
>i iha is foal to n
,a. i. threa will ra-
in.iiii in tins countrj t" bo bralnad
i
doaan rnaUaed hrotn S.OD0 to 4.iihi interested in oui
guineas Tha natal la there tor than in tin- horaei In trainings
ill to see. The inajintv weie sold Moal ol '. ^ I a training
in go abroad. The home buyOI ^'ill i> <<
avar in thv hunt. He nosed but none is hkely to do anything
M '' .i faa oocaalon but
" I** Iricvp.i'ii.
.
m the
Il'" "o i "' i at tha econ i lituat........

i
re ilso in the
! money t
1 lid 12.500 guineai
:
u -old Itiebcr
Frrnrk pay Top Price
a/ere buying for
irk * tin woi Id Pram h
w, re prom men I and
i i ii ice da lUHnachlld pant
' pi lea "i Iha a
'neaa for the Ihi < i
i'.m lot, I do not suppose
tnt of i adag
B is eerlam to l Ml
1 ought as a biood marc.
alao with a trie* to thi-
Stud that the hjiron U
Nicky N '.
Boa ail ng Hiui.
U-brad nuuaa wm
future i"- ' tafclhal In y< n
\i nnuli i"i aid
nena f i ono to tak< ick
to Italy
Mont of the other I
on* will Bad tiieir waj
1 i ith. or the
mada L00 gi
over I Dm unvert.'iin of the dOB-
,'f thife. Tli i.
with the exni ptk
tn aa 1 ran de-
only Brlliali breeder to pay
thai we i-junot t
iwn agalnal rornlgn con
i battai

1 m hut
ol the
rhoroughbrod Bn

the world n I
on as they are, jt nyq n,'i ba an
man) ya i i. tore h(f will have
to auhatltubr Iha word "bad foi
i
In .saying that ] ,1,, .
appaar alarnuat w. can wall
aJncd to loaa tha took that waa
bought tor abroad hurt weak, tt
is the cuumlat t\ pi user the
Dtncl few yaai ;
about
It aannoi go on indefinitely
ithout having a aarknu effeet n
the elass of stock the breeding
in produna
haw alwaj I n abla to
it arta grain on our n
sources but there com
Inn the wall l~ uis to run dry.
it is .,i-,u ; sad renectlon whan we
havo to depend on money from
Ixio't the v;ilue of our
bloodstoek.
We cannot hone to i
top of th woi Id in i i Being
l
ly danudl I of t
i,ues and braedln
-IF *
COIF: '
Slai*s Wanl
Ryder Contesl
Extended
should an mti ra
* s.1 up
< up contaal 0
In condltlona to allo \
..
b. r. ;.


not pro-
4utlon.
1
Auatralla bj U s .\
man Uoyd 4 nd Jimnu
Said Mangrum: I would hk
"i Rydei cub contaal
widened tn Includo the pick -( th-
m .iii p.nt.s of the Britiah
Commonwealth or a triple con-
ah ti iha '
Thr> Are Liiiial
BaM it--iiiArrii Auatral
lal to anythini Ii
if thai
the Ks'.
m inj Vi.ii iliaj (in



ktmtnance In th
i aa it haa baan due I i
'in ii iri iducing io comj i
mil obllltj HIn.-
playara with
1
tga hoar-



in th* City an
. h of money
. .
li uiture. Trial-
dad, Invites Ten.lei v (,.- the
purchase of its 440V. 60

tig:
rtKVA Alternator and
Two 32 KVA Alton
with Auxiliary Equipment.
Further details of th.
ond terms of
obtained on application to
Ihc Bursar. I.T.C.A.. Tuni-
dad.
ArrangemenLs to iMDnct the
plant can be made by ap-
plication to the <
Engineer .it t:..
uddrafs.
The bttaat dab lb >>-
eeipt of Ii'inle: will Ix*
III January ibm."
iaaaaa*aaa*>**>*t>iaai
Until Dec. 24th
REMEMBER
FREE Q/FTS
Spend $10.00 Cash or more
on any day and get a piece
of Phoenix Ware free.
The bigger the purchase the
Better the Gift.
LOUIS L. EAYLEY
Of
lloll'lll I ..IIM
They'll Do It Every Time
I L'l\
Lhej
T-r. PEMTAL HyoiENiST MISS A8RAS1A
V.! 3U-;^ MAKES 1O0 FEEL THAT KXK
CWOPPERS ARE A NO.i-
\\\ limmy Hatlo
abcmh iom SOiAND. .I \'..t..iu. .t th.1 dcmoiutratai the ipclal
n,ht It. i r itr.iry of man'I
> arrow In th< alp. h. will
be iur.r nf wlicr. I'1-, ... t'.i I (/ire". i
FOUR ni\iis
LAND
FOR
SALE
mis
nriiTiiii i i
WOODI I)
nrACli
PftOPTRTV
KI.INNI. s;.(HKI. SI2.IKKI
A HAPPY CHRISTMAS
and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
TO ALL OUR CUSTOMERS
TIIK UIWSOK MUOUCl
BruaU SI. Telepho
Then-come the \-ka>s. th" doz
lSS"S n? "oobt-twelve teeth
SEED RLL'Uo AHD TWENTy CdWE COT.1 i
MMMMTSK-TSK-
WHAT A PrTV-UEET -
Bicuspid 'wcted with
UT ^ESTiajLE-UATERAl
AM> CliSTRAL ISC'j-XS
show ALVEOLARCL^lA--M-.
PSRIDONITIA 0= ThE
FKASSISTAN-TSiv-TSK!
I AUV BE ABLE TO /
SAVE TUIS LEPT /
1IOLAR-ELSUS- /
TSK-TSK.'!
Willi ii huinpcr srli-cliun *tr C'liristmus divine:
HOT PLATES
TOASTI us
WASIIIM, MM IIISIS
UKUIKiKRATOKS
TYPI AVItlTKRS
OFFICE APPl.iWI I 8
CABINETS
SAFES
I.l:\Tllr.K (il)III)S
WATCHES
CLOCKS
JEWELERY
0 TOYS
K. II. Ill Mi: A I aa.. lid- ph. 5136
pleasing gift* tor ever gone im, th*
:-^m
Special Old Year
Offer
15% CASH DISCOUNT
ON MOTOR CAR TYRES
FROM TO-DAY TO 31st
DECEMBER 1952
- SIZKS IN STOCK
lti5 x 4au 575 x 16
52* x 13 biia x 16
UD x 13 ii50 x la
500 x 14 750 x 16
lao x 16 450 X 11
in x is 525 x 17
MS x 15 600 X 17
ssa x is 400 x 16
isa x U 45t X IS
sea x 15 525 x 16
iisa x 15 .'56 x 16
475 X 16 '.06 X 16
500 X 16 406 x 19
525 x 16 500 X 19
550 x U 456 x 21
(JAKU.l AMI TAXI OWNERS
Here's your upportunilt | be ready lor the
tourist seaoon
ECKSTEIN BROS.
.ay STRUT DIAL 4269
. -.W-0'.'**-'.''-'>V>VV-'-0-*'.-^n*'.'.'*'.','-'-.

"' ./"" I'ti >! in if nr Itii in tiliiii/
THY
SISC0LIN DISTEMPER i. Pod,,
MANY ATTRACTIVE COLOl RS |
Cream. Green. Blue. White. Sunshiee & Buff
** Eaey to u*e stanplv mix with water
OR
| MATINT0 FLAT OIL PAINT
jt I" Gmm KI1. (irrrn
j fit ll\l,\ BON or SHINGLE ROOFS . .
1'SK BSD BAND
| BARBADOS RED Paint
;I In 5 sallon and I gallon tha*.
;i Wilkinson & Haynes Co., Ltd.
J< \Me _h> h.u be < LOUD on -..inr.l o 27lh Deeember.
v^s
MANICURE
SETS
in beautiful lealiirr
Red. Blue. Black. Brown,
tic.
Remarkable value'
See Your JtHfftUlfl
V. o. mn
A O.. 1.1 II.
ad SI.
and at Mann.-1
to one u 'in k i//
appreciate it all the more
LADIES" DRESSING TABLE SETS
An assortment of styles and colours to suit all tastes. Priced to please
at $8.08. S8.30. S10.74. $14.39. $12.81. $20.33 and $24.47
Gents Comb & Brush Sets at S2.52. $3.93, $6.00. $7.02 and $11.04
4AVE siii:iiii:iii & co.. ltd.
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