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I'M.I Ml.Ill R.MtHAnoS tliMil \l I South Africa Beat Australia Tayfield 13 for 165 SOI III AlltlCA 227 AND 381! AL SIR ALIA 243 AND 290 From Our Ov. n Corrr*.p.iiid-n| MBLBi i ed their 1 letocy oves tflUa for 42 they defeated them by V.2 U] la;. M| the second TM tierVVI lM -si i \^ i'\ i I Mill I. .1 IH.'.J the twelve %  %  tor their l !. O. Dem K I It waa onl) their %  eeond victory in 60 years that tb been playing Taetg %  %  Q AKBADIANS who h.n U 31 RPBISEO .. %  %  % %  |ftO for 4 foil itiiuiiKs. South Al and 38t. ^i:i i i ... i > creditably on two oo ours for his team, i %  %  i bei of the 1 I TV ( IPABLI MEN %  i | ., %  i i %  .11. %  ,ulity that od not 1 MHUitnic tour hevi w M %  %  %  •' I % %  > one all. %  i richly eui H • %  learn U %  i %  T.ttlw i nth Africa') ii %  %  %  n for Hi. experiment "inch Trinidad has madi I, f23l. Oliver In ruin ; rurloi %  n MteU V.IWB hi i-.v. led L C' 1 '"HI AFRICA ha* earned the eonaralulalinns I ,1 th.. I I A tiperial Crtcfci %  i' Second i' i Mi Thi "8| they wen i.vn un %  '' i. i. %  wide n|>rii end •II ..f four i nine %  white Mi after wer beirut mat othel •fld 1 ft] nig the pa ii rough batemeri pi IJ ln| % % % %  i i %  • of 1 lards. Mil' train, (in i r tried to force i ce too eariin l( u,. i\ Hole tried l< u"h ball and Undwall ml lull toss Whittle Faces Year Of Work And Play By /Wfl IIMtRIS Pan-tan hat H Uon ol OU %  part ha pb If I .mi rhoscn' and jumpibe interUk .loiLily. I nave %  veer of % %  %  ii.'.'.* Wh:I' %  told enjo) the chansjt VI 'I m, pku. 112 Face Powder, box 1.27 Takum. tin 1 OB 1.60 Lipsticks, each ... 1.20 Cream Rouge, pkg. 1.12 Skin Food, jar .. 1.7fi Fashion Cream 1.44 Tissue Cream 96 Facial Cream pack 96 Mmisse, jar .83 Cleansing Cream 1.27 VitoriDoae, boa MI Solution 4'.. bot. .. 1.76 Foundation Lotion 1 27 Hand Lotion, bot. 1.44 Open Pore Lotion 127 Complexion Lotion 1.27 Slain Tunic 1.27 Astringent Lotion 1.27 Kerodex Bl ft 71 Sun Tun Cream tube ,92 Eye SI ...: i l \2 White Mask, jar .. 1.61 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 fit 13 Broad Street thai there a the day d evening The i 1 through th< tbej ludgatt m victory of i iii, fourtl nn a wicket thai % %  old alien the H nded bul 1' gallant which'DliSundaj havlne lotervt %  ive <*(**' The la-.? Tayflel |o down In Teal crtckei U % %  irtcketi dded IB ding achievement ih;i did more thai ban and Raj putting en Bl ror DM to IIIN team. His seven for 81 In the second knainasj and i" overall ninth—but earlier mistakes had i H %  Hniiifi houn morning In the or > >. TuytoM .1 %  I .II I. M.i!.. i M*lt t> I mi nnl oul %  lied MA sftatisj. 1 %  %  un III in-* I Ml [I duriag th war. Impei al in tin istudyinK the verj late | about 'i the iunMils ratlern i %  .r*. A qiuarier-heeaoj low i-urdimo. r'n or sir shortburst sprint* %  lee*. II laafl saay/In ,<,mnn-ntrd, to train ror running in .in KnRUeh whttet A South African h.-re once said thai If ] i" 1!i1 our BITM would ..ii these fr-ofl days, quality of men, quality of maleriand sheer ability put Knijund in n commanding posilion. Now. in the Held of Woollen*, the quality loomed in (lie Itrilish Ule remains the best in the ui i Id. Worn II (iin IMa> PtW B'doH And JVa KOt IK) THKY KVKN (IIMK BALK? F UKDIHK Mill s fi.n.i.'i cruis. r-wel|hl champion of the rld ii eontemplsUng i %  %  i k. The SS-yeei to i hai kepi In training %  anl three years ago and. when be made his lait ring app :!: \|. •!.. Ml ,,,. Mills will make up his mind in the Ni It MALAYAN WINS OVIK imi TITl.Ks ppDv cm i >\<; II I "t ihcm have I.%  preoenl on which Is onl] now n weeki old. Choong k) aal coaipilcd %  hvbccret | | an d [iedmlnton Astodation. On form, however h. has prol.,l LEAGUE CHAMPS TO TOlK s. AfVlCA |>' *o\ is.* i i up-boldera, are to torn Boutl J^nexl M Tin. lun taken vet thi Invitation extended to the Scottish v A Dundee will be m !*.uih Africa for nine week* end will play between ii and II PORT-OT-SPAIN D* Ml Mr. Jmk KKIIUJ. Managpr of %  i i IM team to England arid Ch.iiimmi of the BsWOBdM Selection OosasDsJthM i ben todU If Krankie Woi relt is kvailable, ftarbadog will have i'<> in selecling hun /< f the colony metchee agalnet the the fact thai thi or anl Indiana," Mr. Kidney, In Trtnltwelve i %  BJH '"* for uu r*n Quiatmai race worrell i ...., : and to vUt his daughters raid |WorreU hai not ret repuV Barbedoi Invlaed Worrell to plaj Berbados Invitation, Mr. Kidney Fen the Oolotky/i team hut had added; "Frankle hi aualtrleci k ea I in THnklad newapepen ihat plaj for i*>th cotonlea. ii was ur el %  eaaion 4e jumping again f.n CematMaa u an U ..hurdling. And worfclng hard all u tin | The venerable bones <>f Whittle will have u< bestir then i %  • next March. Cambridge have not %  '. — L.E.S. AUSSIES WIN DAVIS CUP Doubles fair BRITAIN'S BOUASII TEAM Kill U.S.A. B IMTAIWS w„lf, No, ; i | ,„, %  „. ,.. %  .i ibi Unadowni run. Utud lh. i hlpi which ,.n th>. list lh. Wolfe-Nori CU| 11 I 'lif llarbailuv I'ulirr DON TS FOR DRIVERS lku'i drive fusi u.i uel or troxen roads, or in leg — rniember Ihat on a slippery road surface .our brake* ma> Inworse Ihun useless. Supreme • biltrrly fought to deuee la evej The "> Mining blow eame Ihat went (. rlth AOILAIDE Australia n telned poi ha %  Devi up, en ruunie duel of Frank Sedgman and Km McGregor erhipped the U '-" I" Ii I'H nf Tony Ti I c Bi Lxai in the double •> :t %  i. i 6, .i befori fifteen i tana. The Victory following their sweep oi 1 • %  *. | .1 i;.,\ c \ || i >, only two singles %  at ch ee rcnuining toaaorrOW. Scdsnian made the dirter%  nce. Hi bawd eat ouisniarted durinR I or in his sinalis \ Icioi % ovr* • Ajnerleani after losing in*rli-i two ..is i, re baek to take tl.. 'hud g~-I aivi it appealed ihey h.id lound naubl.u.it the Austral the fourth set f a ." ui control ., and ihe Austi di. 5—3. n was thirty all than dew mulch pa then Ike name M UcG tertng setvice agi s. ba' —I*.p. jeeoooeooo--*-' .%  --•STOCK-TAKING NOTICE We will be cliv11..MIII':..S ..ii KKIIIAY 2nd nd SATI'HUAY 3rd JANUARY l'l.Vi. fur our Annual Mook Taking IMI'DKIAI. OPTICAL CO. I Our seletiioii does J s justitc l,i this ..ii£'',. ("^preine slandard — BXw '" Trupiial, l.lghl. rf-t-i %  Medium and COMMUNITY FRIENDLY SOCIETY The Community FriendK Sodetj with its head Upper Baxter'g Road thi 1I3 Society thai payment plan. So bc1 ome a imnilifii You hoi on ite but youi children's alao, Why 1 1 g member ; and be amon] % %  I first. Head ... ifJi|fcftSii.5:5e,}5''rt5',555'' '''<;.' ;, r s f J S J',' % %  > ;-^ I We Extend to .,; our Customers Sincere Friends and %  Hj Wishes for a %  HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Tinll.ii'iiiiiins I' iii; l.id. To All Our Customers and Friends We Wish A Prosperous New Year • P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co.. Ltd. FYFFES LINE The T.S.S. (.111 I IT11 South%  mpton on Sunday. Itl % %  < nUaafj the name day for Tl Ii There vi liable (Off Trinaljd. HI LbU January • Apply : Wilkinson & Haynes Co.. Ltd. Z3*mwmwiwiKmwMmuMMKmnmmnmm*mmnnnKwnn&\ /



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I.IIM.-I,\I. 1,. i i i iu.it BARBADOS IIHIK \ n I' W.I II1KII OHimiNOVEMBKK RA1I\ ABOYK AVER.-M.K IROOKLAX h tV SUfg way BROOKLA; iRLAX .. :.w eSSJf way Weather n last lime*, (.olden apple* %  IBMBI the %  N frits and lii*i-..vi Skeete, Din ithlv note* <>' the wot .ring the montn . I.kl BROOKLAK the safe %  %  >• ^ %  uToKLAX HOCOLATC LAXATIVl % %  7 Jf**iu H 1ASON CNES* CO I TO %  %  r.nt. 8 %  %  \i.nl\ tie-il mid (lit-111 n „\ 1 .of his d. let-fly. green leal mental MHlini Plan, m • r I > %  gHUet* 111 .• %  %  .< %  1 „, tir „ can %  : . %  %  %  ..f -r,.Island 1 On-, hundied JIKI n th. 2nd 18th and 22nd I N % %  .as .t during the month irom vsrtouj %  : nifu trtea Iran prtval %  %  1 M.irk tin SoflttaM %  am a 1 1 r $618 27 The name isFIRESTONE the • %  rind. 78 Inehcs Members .if the extension staff ittva Officer month %  >l fur |h : ponding i>er.od (m IM I ( nmpclilit:,.* The An tour comceni aauoa with bcr, IBS?, .il ;%  t IcultUTul uiid In1 1 *'' Inch .-.lion look pim-r lion Oftlevr and foi tht ol si John and the lowest wut n.nn w*re as follows.—(a) S ... I 1 nriwriM During. Departn \ 08M %  d n r IS 10 Ei 1—1 5 PC W > w w PC E-H o g PC < H W 0 Z o w £j H Charles McEnearnev & Co.. Lid. ph. 4493 I St. Li Oi.'.onu P* pi Ml A 1 loi Ihe Central livestock Station, the BntomC" NHi OK* %  a iv-.mi of raru IWQ %  lloidingt. jnd idi Cotton Piou i' **f* cotopl >UKJr ,nr .,,.,,. hr p..,,,. ,>, ; s.. d the I* h npsetoi and the %  ctiad partoiew • %  \ %  %  %  %  %  • l with the rail A*, .cullui.il Inonscd :— Ltaf Anaiysli lAsjricullural l/rou ii tl .i, M„||. Chaw ilcUd dun,,, th. month T ,„. V !" ?,,.."^.^ %  far. It are au %  ..lyils (CulUvalH 1 thtoe in connection < >fflcer 1 it!"-* > iXS^'ptanii^oruS-flKa m ..:• %  %  Accord %  stun under the a ijai < ana < \ %  %  1937 (193T -7. ihe to! of can to I tions in IBSS is 35.B8J 1 made up of 10.454.10 .. canes and ZS.528.3S ratOO Kinds. The aereage to 1 %  in 1B53 is 257 18 leu than In 1952 |B plant oanaa and an : H20.7I acr.s of ratoons, iat m in the third, fourth nd iiith ratooos. To the total al 35.9R2 15 acras to be reaped by muil be added the 11.111\ atorj which Is estimated to be 8.500 acres, making j grand total jf 44 48 2 19 The Initial aaUjnat*"' %  M Noyi rrop iddilioit h .i^ ca plai bad • %  on SUIH in So-N (Agncul'i v, %  ..-11..:. Eoton n IVrty-lwo out ol threi* MM %  .in.1 tornatoas There wai • tot.il of 119 head uf hvostoxk M the *ix Station* \ ... mhci ThesJ ol miu were prefaced ^ f r ? n " M d 1 u r.^Au Vor %  -' -" M ^ fJSot^Sd^p ; paid for at Ihe £•"*£. qulcl .. follows—bull* for Potash_dete-m.n..t.on 49. rani and boars undp 7-'. nuiking 1 lutal of 401 for the Thirty sample^ Of imlk wen' Kntomolotical -.ul>ii io. Ihe Centra uii cl?aln ..•" s,i 1 • -riting i>f paraana bleeding units ^" "* ilana 10 U ft'C. makes • total ..f II.IT0.U in mt %  %  Hi .i : %  ,.,. recorded •I ruguay'Pays First Visit For Season Payim ihe • I Iruiuai" 1 rvfmai on ol th thre ota | ol l ir_shipt—the othr itigation. Milks nrjiii which hen U 1 • IrasjojilaMi %  hit'; 11 lanuai t '' l miu 11 t ilia al I had rUu Ma %  1 nl S IHHIl I II fat month Of 4 2T. cent. p 1 in s NF The I'm and %  %  1 % %  wing '" %  it, ^rtrtTrS^nd'a SoTnjp s 'sir^ ,hrr^d,t.r'^,/;;, aaw worm %  !. ...lie... i iths and the ,' 1 lart" on Iha icreages of plant cane and 1 • 1 .ted for control raentaitrucUol < ba barvaatod b> plantaol corn ear worm have become orator* ;it Colei lg< Parry aM 9 acres) in th. -aesUbUabad In UM UM • • rloua parMhrs of the I'land duiuig txs '"• %  '' %  pclures on Iha *• %  %  Wi \g gfvari 1 tunaxaiw earlier in t5i Biamanurj Ooneral iciaoo ATarel the average fat eontenf Pal Octobei 11 November 4 8 8.8 Department of Kdm ution npirki l ouac in ptap.-1 t., ih. .. Bj '>" o/clot %  rat* Ih 11' -a. no parkuiK patl .i% iha percentage* of plant .am '''^ an) ol the teavtar rau ai tnt p, 1 .'! %  %  pplicatlon of thi* chemical "1 *il new pi.nit 1 U 1 en by the Oowarnmant t.. Hani ant arj 1 achars at the, si tw Qlrla 1 Bchool i" ra. hprlligliiil que.il n. in In tioli t OI.OMWI. COUIM. tuUmiUe al perl • da] on has I I .1., let %  T before returning t.> 1... al agenai tig U %  daenMa are u M Jone ajaO agents fi %  A I Summary of Acreaaen of Cane*, to If harveMed In 153. from Hsldlm* ml more Uun 10 aere. S. Michael oh. ch, s. Philip • 1 s. John B Jo %  j I B Luej s. Tnomas Sixth Mini r M S ond Third fourth Tilth Eilhlh Cairn Ulttc-ins Hat am It 1 %  lt4tl..'lls ind 'IVnlh It.it. %  > B1I2 89 • 62 IT 170 17 M M 81)1 4 tilth I.5M.25 1 .MJ.W 1 INI T IM 75 11 a 17 50 .. . M 50 1 ilium .111.24 123 34 3 50 •1 1.005 02 71)0 25 25.74 1*731 1 • llli 57 120 20 11 50 M | . 1 571 00 :ill 25 50.75 It .00 Mi M l'J7 50 41 Ml 6 00 till'l 1 %  '. 483 25 170 75 34 50 5 00 82'.).H2 251 71 9 72 901 00 71.7 25 251.75 27 00 10,451.10 .1 ., | .., %  ...1 4.593 29 1 MO M 111 2i %  IVrrrnla*.* of SiiK.tr I'.n.. jrl.llrs ti Varttts B4T101 II 41WH I. 1 i.ci .\t.v...l apai in IMI 71. 1 I 24 IVasnnt AKfieultWN limd Imps .mil (lardcn P.M. (,. Op.ralii.ii iKwa.malnUiri.il tu .„,„., ,1,,,. um,, .,: .:,. .„ ronlroUIng MM l.J." ..,„. N...,.... 1.. 1 .,1. ,..,-. 1 ul.11.ilti.t t„. ol ni:i-i.'i.~' ,,. . ol ,„,r. Bi.l. ..-.I K . ., cant laad araanal* whWk 1.11 I %  po.<> % % %  Con •' %  • 1 it ..M.I1.-1 al th umaa! "" -'• '. ; •'','" loom ..... ,., DM 1 s,.u'-i>. and i by Ihc Ocpaili. .1,1... lion willi Ih. on Iha O ,:,„-i ,„.,. ... in,Can %  ipreaidedalapul Plaid aa wall a. anrrirn vatv Ih. Stl lhat nearly ln| aponaorad hy th. Po %  '" '. 'nil. lii-iwi. -1111. w,iinii i C'cjisumarr aV which Ml .liirinr the hu „ Ip ,,.„ „,„ kl |,,„ \,, 11.,, 1 Arn 1 w.i 111 >ocd uppl) ..,.-,. „. movl 11.11' I on tha th local co-01* "'"'", Wiiotl Anl Conlrol '*".' 'rowillK Wl-11 -Hi I q-,|-.| i,.,,—,,.,,,,,. IrvalmnnlK VclopniCIlt Ih Btltl % %  V nTad* O?" %  ": %  evened > %  > n„ %  !%  %  ,.„.: 9oc-2 %  "s k,M m uria.do houses dunng November .-o-t ueratora derived gre ; markad ,, „...,... u, m dcnu m * :, <" ,, " discussion, -r i %  a leOoa parai I HoUniral i| ..rk in sugar cane Orova B) iha -"he \>i of th month B5 Unierns were Si ralna' >'• ml cultlvatoi 1 'luring the Cotton i -Bun but ... M IIOONI Ks IIM'.IMMI %  been u1 ilnti 1 i< centlj Am l.-iriK Iha Fraaklyit l> R which begun I TV)1aI tJvei H. _^ _^ otbera li ivu betui repainted TW Ihi Mart M I eU and 1 meiii.r 11 I'd 1 Ibea : %  I British 1 Mary M 1-rwi| :i wll .... I Tin %  111. < I1.11.T. W Smllh ..oil Ihe it, 10 llanirl WhUlaker have The lalti i latl on H 1 the Fi-hinu 1 I ranee Smllh BlUI In l>i< 1 :i H;-. ::, UBL MP A— < VU |.fleat If. %  I -II %  ( 11 %  1 wit! ...... i % %  In on el which la co %  \ itton I MO\ll\(. The untoeduu <>t si" 1 %  :tmued yet* I I % % %  I iK-ipi nt trip, la and men H a .11 harbour In p the s..nurn... T. 111 |nal i Una/ Sunanv lln. ta> I'raaprrUr el iha Una UM t'aaadlan CiaUrr ..nil the iiiolor Ship Daila I (BARBADOS) LTD. IMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LTD. (o/rtpun., ol t'tptnal Chenn. I (Dwr C^uictiitc llbl)(orl)ott Moy happinasi and good H.allh b. youn Irooogh cut 1953 MANNING & CO., LTD. THE CORNER STOKE S.5-.:S^'fl!!3V.*..WS^ I 1 ne te Reyistratioii Knti rpri i best rate-., em :*m:*y o a r tri.rl fund* al our caovrnleiitl* Hri.lc tooted 4 1 < Hr.1.1 li One piece creations by Model Mode of form-flattering Swimsuits in Lastex. Sizes 32 — 42 and price ranged from $13.12 $28.11 Beautiful colours and colour combinations in a choosy range—Flame. Royal Blue. Lime and Med. Green. Gold. Orchid. Black. White. Turquoise. Silver Grey trimmed black Orchid trimmed mauve and Blu trimmed white. THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA A number oi designs — Flame. Sea Gull. Sorrento. Merdream. Temptation, and the Mermaid packed in individual plastic Beach Bag. Geo. Sahilv & Co* Vta) Ltd. fca a js ssj wwwfwnctwftgwi*ww



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r M.I i HI i BARBADOS APVO. \ I I wn.NT-ins DW . w BARBADOS^ ADVOCATE NEWS I IIOJI IIIIITAIX AIM ENGINE DOWN ON %  ' "f 1 l' V • %  %  %  -1 %  • %  I I s HUM! flWHlll'f open .... Mes* i %  i % %  ;,isi in. nth i : M' ran ciama and that heads "t dopartmanti n*i i :.. tion about se:l-;ml ImiiMi vtow <>i tin fad ihat Mr. : might to have provided nifllclenl Informa..I rations d> I % %  the vlail !• %  i i the two self-aid housing expert runlttee to adi net appointed until diu li r ol tho expert* .ind for the li:>' time during thai visit the ; etts in St. Lucj wae vialted and inspected by snmc heads <>f the <\> \ meoti represented ,| ,llr eommlttco. M the departure of the e\j in November It was agreed that Manager of the Housing Boed i construct two pilot hou %  by the Comn This week a K>cally maflul I mal .MI;: machine commenced to maki i erejti lot the two pilot hou-. UM Baj Batata Meanwhile tinG a taj appointed to adviee on tell aid ha %  has continued to hold meeting! and i tacts have been made with individuals Ln the parish of St. Lucy where thi Brat %  chesne li to be attempted. There has however been no olftciaJ announcemenl from the governm< 11 the mdiviiiu.ii or department which will be responsible for the implementation o| the scheme. The indications are that the %  i inmcni having sent Mr Lathley to BBS self-.nd housing schemes in the field an reluct.mt to give him full responsibility for the pilot scheme at ClinckettS. ITie suggestion to start a pilot scheme al CUncketti appears not to have originated with the Manager ol the Housing B but with the Social Welfare or some government department. The Housing Manager is not himself %  head ol %  department but acts under the Instructions of the Homing Board Unfortunately of < %  on the Hou Board Mr l. II Adam freojU* absent from Barbados and the mestll the Board garnetimei break up Inn lack of a quorum. The tell aid bousii ing it would appear before the govsn baa decided upon whom reaponaf'jllit) for the pilot scheme is to reel That i real pity. Mean I Ian la an I Hat %  have only two months to spend in 1 L*T and the Incidence of the vesti i i during the Brat fortnight <>( theii cannot but handicap the commence!-. the el mi Aw try < an hardly be asked tO appoint a self-aid liai fl :illl It is certain of the personnel ol 'is own vestry, The Initial propagai da I necessary must therefore be conducted by an a. (I | i ( the central government the idea, of the Social Welfare !>< mont and ol the Hou Board ma coincide with the views of the Hou Manager whom the government aant at the tea expi to gain Hrel hand experience ol self-aid schemes Already tingovernment may be criticised for allowing the date of the sell-aid h< experts' ai rival to have drawn BO without having commenced the \i educational campaign without whit scheme cannot possibly .succeed Self aid housing IN not a new D Cheap houses nor is it an Sasj a/Sj tO acquire a house It meal that a man must not only help to build his own house but the houses ol Borne tout tei n oth< It means that the work must be done at inconver.ii a ing and 1st* period. W ince of what the schec.i | brOU to cvcrvoii %  propaganda will I A yet the iriiment is Btl i up its mind upon whose shoului: full ri for the pilot scheme Bhou I real it does an effective p' car.not be carried . I. ill M in 11 %  than with I .• in vain, rhc animals' Uiroati and lungs %  %  %  he Do.i.imaU B *' r i • %  hf r hush! %  .' %  what he %  I band and *H> itwaen thtmncf of a fat itcrr was ' Runcii I : 200 All the : iurthough when Lor-l t, QU 'hat vonicti. aa well as mn. Si ottkSj ihould i" l\rd-Cr Karkrf The big usad-r. i :• % % % % %  i is dy%  %  %  ';.ing on the home marA FARM • RTIfs HEADLINE BREWERS tXHIBlTlON • ll,'hi tret ihumpln I .. %  > i.i.hfrd.'" ket At the end of the war. whin cars were difficult to a l rr.eans of dlsposinp of their motor* 'sironM-hai.d" fir above COtl i Thm lh) ::d-hand ..iTBd. %  twelve monuu m slumped. The prices .f a second-hand 1"* %  I %  M huni!T(l Mxiinds to aciiiid £360. A ucond-hand 1940 Vaiwliall 1" U down bv %  i I EST2 models have dropt. The 19 Vanguard has lini^ ed from tiw:> to ESOO; !> %  1"* H Morris "O" from C1MK1 to C0 nwo used -ars will t*U K With bus ff K"l"K UP H 'll innn be CW uu tii afovk. P.. -;:e-.| Job The worid^wlde broadeaat of j mi Cor i '' % % %  li will prob, i... || B B i :. %  .1. to the iuiil, ; London rcatauranta. Oni* .. MUbUahmeni u tarvini cuts— About 250 eommantab %  lue rosette—at J obs< rvers will be on dul>. in prlc,. „i • ,.ins.. udditlon to the broadcasts in Enabsh. M given In si the M Btl David lanauages. jnd able And sixteen or seventeen telerOUant lawyer In VWoa cameras will be set up at in .. court vanUs* polata. of li.W l> iin oi. %  '" v s un 1 use 11 v.. "'id lektvli i* ei i will i rate wrtoui :. N % %  ' 0| that %  wtU hundred ..,.,. sound WavltlOil .irculU. jiits of UM ceremony Which .ii televised will be rc. vi. i •. rolortau eordaA Tha tHMla will I %  Immediately to all COUntrtca with I i bvT V —II 1 New I ni|iliiisis On Britain'* Military Aircraft Procluclion l.i iNDON t town In I %  %  ,". it i %  ni uial the asUon mid %  mil It was loo much for .i %  U financial | 1 ire. Prlma Mmi-U .ol that 1 fSOO iiuiii.-n %  work. i n %  ii the < '• % %  i ictlon ol i'!. at the .. poaribla with the mbrodui II) n <>f new and ,i!\ .ii.i • %  lypaa. is ih s wm.' Than in Britain who think UM Royal i | %  i feel that I de 'm quantity and not .... v. i % %  %  n Bun %  been butklkie %  ,. d like td. htei ami %  %  . %  : ii -the • I : %  %  \ Kli i ihiut it 1943 I \ la its haulers Ihac i ould iin wuh aUU %  i a slow %  I>,,I It u nee Churchill i o riled oul %  ll In. ii Oli\-r : i-;:>i nHUloa In %  %  %  U I million, %  %  %  %  %  a aveB hishar bui on the British on tne %  ononu BjBBasnvuy. A' %  naUorj about c 1.500 million annuan>. :%  • produi %  %  %  % %  I M %  million, the < %  Mi pattarn ol ipu I • lu < %  "( planM read) %  tratad on prtorlt) t> 1 %  • %  iinHawkar 1 t illanl and Vulcan ..1.. I ihe oani re attacker. Added < mi brads on the pro%  %  T UM 1 alrcrofl i> .Lit'. III! Mi I. .HI fore* ...... ill hava tuna %  • .me starts ol i mil aa. Everyone Ehuuj will, but >f II does, %  .1 '..1 \iv.ii could be Iil>lM'il by Ihe number of alrcrttfl 1 0 be • %  lined have not been dli loaed 1 be Immsrt %  will be the b %  ment of iibout ",S00 though it U I Ol the.se .v ill I* diverted to ol I their areas, %  i not bleuk %  < dad by th. toi Ua 1 Kpandtarj Cxporl Tlie temporary lUsstnployment I.hislry v laboui II I .1.1, -I ill H: 1 at turnover b) %  month. More Lessor BesdoV i" 111 -ut Ol I] %  .... M it i. tailed, if tii"'. u u> win DOW be t inilil.iO ...;. raft H Finn* which have had lo nir.; down oppoiiunltlea fur 1 %  Ihe to the Brftlsh \'ill DOW be open hir Ih ... power .ind machine i| %  .... A1iM.1i! expocta ire now at %  ii' of (43 million : 0d this due-. DOt '• %  1 ny export* of Jet or turbuprop Expldining tho reaaons for the phinned slow-down Mr. ChUTvhi tSM d>: nu'f I %  % %  %  :.. .. • I %  oew prograoune follov broad UDM ol pobcy I he raid: "if thi.s 1 leal is t • it certainly does not rest with US — we aanlze our defence .in Dsa %  a eonrtantly < odlture of %  tsooep % %  1 % %  itertau over an Indefinite period. %  At the .ni1 ma, Mr Churchlll 1 \i 1 lined bow U %  ni tin' country's position would allow an InCP SXPOrta, including the irm nnents to friendly and allied This diversion nf ,• aid Mr. ChurchUL 1-. 1^ necessai-y for OUT toi It would to it-; full itrcolgUt, with all tha. means f< %  in in ihould) par come 1 — I..I:.N. slur laiiiiiiis ^IIY: \/,iu Domath M ; %  %  to publitii %  total of tl.l I %  1 B\ 5t S Cat M ...,.ii. si Paul a s< A Home • B> I \-. %  1 %  Sin. Hoi SIR,—K 1 1 %  %  %  who In any Incss t.i%  My i h a n fca, now n 1 would be Incomplete without tpeoial men%  tnembers of th %  who have given rruHi ince HI lo actruj <.f iii. patMmta Mi 1 K N. B*;laaes ind her t'ommittee who t'>! i Ided the %  tad srtth an anrtmas Treat %  : m fur bla good work in provldlna 1 %  I %  hotlld ahe like to t %  ...... one 1 happy and %  New Y. I have (lie honour to be. %  Y r obedient -rvant. C I ntwAuits. Sunerintendent. T1IF I I 1111. h %  ThiIsW/i frmm I ft I ii'ii'. Tne Adoocaie. your m"*i %  %  %  .v. the Metropolis York %  \\h:* H a postal %  I 1 : in., that fa ;vtstbll or :IT'. u %  to pita UM bs thai memorce of the v 111. her.'. 1, contimnng such a %  %  %  .: ISO, I was m the Wheat province ol Saskatchewan C centlnulng my TlasotOgical studieft 1 1 latred by Eetuti from •. >lig elainuil th. ) ad no) heard one word from me 5 nee I wss a UIBOB by Who ever it %  ed and di T fa .nds who very %  the warm and ronaopotsdontf o* ihnr %  %  1 Ihi hour, when ihixe m WAQld • i-omiption | n hfaatl 1 %  VI U) SKEETE. City. (By MtVM.I. li(.IKS, IMAGINE surtin,; to build a submarine in a hole in a cattle pasture 160 r gait water. Vet this is happening tonight with Sea Wolf, America's second atomic submarine The 179-1' asd with concrete. It is to be the base for a as-tiht radiationproof sphere. The pasture is near Schenectady, New York home of the General Electric Company. G.E.C. has the contract for the sub marine. In$ido the sphere a prototype atomic engine will be built. Experiments will be easier there than ut sea. It will be a different engine from the one being built for A-sub No. 1. the Nautilus. No. 2 will operate at high) I 1 1 I The U.S. Navy says either Nautilus or Sea Wolf will be able to sail under the Polar ice pack indefinitely—atomic subm.. not need oxygen for engines. And the crew will get uir from u device that take Power note: tjlh. of uranium equal* IMilHI.lMHI ions of coal. RIGHT across the Pacilic Ocean General Eisenhower and his chief advisers secretly work out the future policy of the new US Government. When will we find out what they decided' —When Eisenhower makes three speeches his inauguration address on January 20. hi> later State of the Union message, probably delivered to Congress in person, and his budget message to Congress. Watch for these and you will know where America is going. HAMBURGER is selling in Chicago meat markets for 2s. less than a year ago. Fourtl grade sirloin steak is at the lowest price ir right years. Why this mountain of meal, largest IE post-war history? High prices encouraged cattle and hog raising: the passing of the horse, driven ou' by the tractor, opened new pastures : won der drugs put meat on animals faster: weedkillers and fertilisers produce more feed al lower cost. LEVER RROTHERS has just built a glas> skyscraper on Madison avenue to house tin 1,200 members at its American headquarters And now the United States Government files a suit to grind their establishment, ii 1 not the building—into bits. \ The Government contends that Lever and its chief rivals. Proctor and Gamble, and Colgate-Pulmolivo-Peet. are monopolism? American housewives' snap and cleanse! business. It demands that they be broken up int smaller competing companies. AKRAM YOUSIFF SOUL chose a, nnvt means to pay for his schooling at America's University, He tried to smuggle ir. £35,000worth of morphine in the false hot torn of his suitcase. Hwill probably have to continue his studies in jail, for he was caught at the New York airport, and confessed. IN Alabama Judge Walter Jones demand' the return of the whipping post "to protect the rights of law-abiding people." He wants sterner laws on pleas of insanity in criminal trials and a majority of the jur> to decide verdicts. CALIFORNIA astronomer Seth Nicholson has discovered a 12th moon of Jupiter, bu' it Is only 14 miles round its waist. Nicholson discovered three other Joviar moons. Three travel round the planet east to west, nine west to east. NORTH Atlantic air freight will shoot up 340 per cent, in the next four years, layi lb line chief Raymond Norden. He has applied to Washington to operate an all-freight service to Britain and Western Europe. INFLATION leads Superintendent Parker Hancock to ;isk the New rismpehire Govern ment for authority to ps) Suite jail convict is. 9d. a day for their work instead ol !s SUGAR HAY ROBINSON will not goback his middle-weight lioxing crown in hb home state of New York simply because h< agrees to light Turpin in London next June That is too long to wait for a Rohinsnr Robert K. Christenbery. chairmar of the New York Boxing Commission. • • • PRESIDENT TRUMAN set up a militan manpower commission of civilians. Now President-elect Eisenhower has told therr to gel to work. Their job is to (ind ways o' getting more lighting power out of .1.600,000 men and women in uniform. Today the* started under the leadership of QsCrSrS David Sarnoff. head of the Radio Corporation of America. The Rev Martin Luther Hux ?s going te burn a copy of the new revised standarr Bible in public. He accuses the Nationa' Council of Churches of Christ of making ar "immoral profit" from it by holding on tc copyright And he denounces its substitution of new words for some of those in th< Km* James Bible. a • • SHIPBUILDERS envy four orders for liners received bv British yards in a fort. night. Saya the New York Times: "Not a ingle passenger liner is under construction or on order in the United States." Till; III II I SIMM' jnns^nv. BTATSONBKI MlllHM.. iiro.ui rrereet THE LIQUOR STORE WITH THI A Prosperous New Year TO ALL OIR CUSTOMERS I'nim WILKINSON & IIAYNLS Co.. Lid. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. l-hunc 117;. 1617 lll< KHIril STORES Net Curtain . material* — a rliaire si 'Iff I in % %  to give Mini' liuicie a V sear look. CKKTO.N.Ni: tl.SS (HrMI.I.K ni'.IISI'HIADS 19.85 I'KINTKI) NET CURTAIN MATERIAL from . .81 REI'I' 1.57 TAPESTRIES ironi 5.00 Da Costa & Co., Ltd. \rORB t:\jm i//: COCK i COCKTAIL TEMPTERS Anchovy I'.eiI.h*U-r Letsear pa*t* \llll I'.i-to Tooth rirkv < hrtsr Hiscuil* SantlMlrh Krr..l PHONE G0DDARDS WE DELIVER lilt "GOLD ll/f\W" \/I.S PARTY BWBU I U Gees*. lurkr>.. t I i k". Ihirks. t %  gab i.rt. i .i/n ti-h. From Peat Iruy-i >tr.tu brrrfesi DM Be urn "*UrrnUli. < an Kanaka, \*r Tir*. Shrimp-. Drird. Cranberry Siu<*. lt-ri (fltmnl J>lly. I ral Pi ''i 'i %  Vie.'fflagl ttl p>r Ih MOl UK 1)1 PI < Itaret. Baaskesaa, i i.Mi.nmil.h. ramWBassMSB. *h*rr>. II .i\. | -licrrv Dri Kadi \ M 111 ( urr. .1Mrnthr. Ilri no Wnrlhtinlon Ue. DT, DI %  ks (.' \,\ Brali "r-' l>r. aid)



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DEI i unrR a i5i Inquiry Into Death Of 75-Year-Old Man Before Police Coroner HEARING '.'ii Lnqueal on tha >i<.iih of T.'i year-old William Bishop ol Buafa Mail, St M. D) HI B Griffith Acting Police Coronei i until January UMd at tho Ha *M again tskai Genet al Hospital on D •tier ha later. %  itbseiv.,'. %  • ..... r I %  -. Hrcptt.il and wat detained <>n he was ruling (us b* Dec. 20 but died thrss d '•' %  • %  a across the road an,i i • %  %  Griffith took % % %  vMt6 fell to the grouim that and he noticed thai hianother important v loii WM (,j c be sun. Ul I inner edA b. A %  BMM| mnru m body of Bishop ul the (ni.n.il nil I) (ROM ANKIRISM Hospital HOT Ihiit the deceased WM Dr, A. S Ashb) -.' %  %  II pn*t mortem k ( TlM man** apparent afc was on M o n day on the body of Itirhahoiit 70 and there wu a heal.d ard Bovell a labourer of the Pin. abrasion on the light temple Hou.Mng Scheme, St When the skull was reti dp | yesterday attribute 1 abscess ana a blooU I %  < %  !.' The dead bodj Both lungs were cony %  i*cur*eld watchpwi tha bawl . %  not aonaaL i" lying on r 'Ii WM dua pneumonia. in answer to Sat H iban Rice of Beckies It conducting th >. .. h • lea the it. ki %  i. n i has in aas mde Ilia haad 1 in '. 1 | i i bed OEOR1 III D.O, III \ ..IU "I" t .rii T „ iiiii.iuili. earn %  one hard a trident id 1 l %  • • %  M rrV RR1 | 1\M \. a d it W 1797. cd of i s %  %  First Blind BMian ChiM Goes Abroad For Training SEAV 90 -The first blind Barbadian child a little G' r i of five—to (;o abroad for training at a School for %  B.W.I.A., this morning for Trinii -rhool and Uvii n all tha nori school subjects taken bv a normal child. 1 hi 11 E •I C. B. I Gaj i I .mil whl ; %  i %  %  iR .course of IminhiE In Bbeen sponsored by tha Bai '• %  %  %  %  I'.ICI for the Blind v. .llbe borne on a flf tlitv basi> by the loc..l and tliwhere the child eomes. Accompari''I I. Miss Bettj a i tha st i'^ . % %  hild I %  %  %  %  %  . %  Use sued In a flowered %  l i"d :, doll bufgad Ughuy. %  A. is that the iccompany her to : School in ""'' in built in Uv mi I % %  %  %  %  Tha Opt, |ar. through the Kb %  %  :. -i i ..! .' ^_ " ACKNOWLEDGMENT ; . '•-' %  cair tbaf the othool i. which tha 'hanks Data I %  coning '"i. whether tha chlldi the roUowUfl %  %  i I i wu Co., Ltd 100 Poor People (>#/ Provisions %  %  %  V U <.' I, I %  I %  I MTVIIIIf Of th. I %  %  "MARSALTESF." SOLD during • .... %  %  i %  o ng %  I'rep.u'ali m Fur Civic l)a\ Al P5ark in mi, %  %  %  %  ou and i.i%  ThU little Etrl left here ye-1prdav lo attend a S ln.il for llir Hl.nd in Trinidad. More Accommodation For A A Car Park ThS Automobile car p... Yesterday woi i iri Af.er tha maiXir.ni hav I i ANOTHt* SHINING SXAUPiC C XffAS MHtLK W W. i %  Ml n Monday .-. %  T v> p % % %  Th i haii *• i %  %  Birth of Chris) rHErViiec (o/ea/t ////< i J : .Maria,'. ,|, ,„,„. %  III over from Lai %  I ib until i %  %  %  %  I A HAPPY NEW YEAR To All our FRIENDS & CUSTOMERS Y. I> 1.1*1.1 A ca. 1.1. 2" liioad St. al M.iiint' Gardens Concert Given H\ Prisoners \l Glendain : %  %  %  11 %  %  %  I %  %  %  %  %  %  back stagi %  %  %  foUowad i 1 %  IN A MAI I %  JOY TO nil: WORLD" %  I %  i.h.i. i i in which Ibc I i P i %  Final For Driving C. ninth %  • . ... : Ign ncii! vim a ear on Oct 7. Q II Kain.ci appaareyj a* Sgt Ol the it QuU) load on %  in collided wnh itA IMtl (INI I \M.I U.I ^irer of %  | SO %  i i \ I %  | %  : Cantral r ilh I,-. i in i is KI run 11 II itermafl of Goo n ii K %  "l and '..ileii Walaan thut hr %  etwci 1.1$ p in ..in H. c %  '<• and th< ..mount uf $17 in cash which shi : %  i %  in bad I :.II %  I ad at so %  %  %  %  i %  %  i. Mill road SI 10 D.I %  : %  i c .ii pal %  %  iii p n into i %  ; %  USER DIO NOT CALL AT MARTINIQUE IN H n toiiust ... which Chrlstmu I ... nil,i.. tii. i %  • ii i moutli the liner < i Martinique and spent %  m da prl i %  ... I.. %  call i %  Ihl ThcK'sslwaysSdcan hygienic Domahere ;(,.S \l''d. I II l'. -C .. od P tv Pans, andnles.SinlvandPdini-ofk rsspoad qusckq lo to ncatmcnl thcie's not a scratch ID a mountain of CbaBKO. To All Our Friends and Customers \\ I. n Mil K oil: I1KST THANKS I "It KH n I Ul Mi-llilAMi PATBONAOI IHHIMi IW \Mi IN HI 1DWXBITX Wl WISH V(il A HAPPY and PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR .:. I I C F. HARRISON & CO. (BARBADOS) LTD. I dua lo tha .,1 d foi A VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR. € LA IMS CHIPPLEES CHUPPLEE %  ' i gajMtohere of course N !. r. ^r. V,,., ftn.l (h. I.XSIST OX %v 1? o^ A lull raliye now in Slo< I, % %  AIM, % 


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PAGE SIX BARRWMI-S U>V %  flul what -i i We .hull evar fcn-v noun* '"n~' orae* AlITOMOTIVt IAN AiaJlefl %  ApplT "!* .-. i • k .r*> .l- mi .. AOTWUItCEMBBTW tXtCIKICAlrou 111 \ i HOW NOUH Applv i r Ch Ch. Mill relnf Owl DM T< r.,,lf.,..i! I .,i* vi.it lUl 3r\ I .. I* KLAM %  %  -IVII. IM V| PAItlO i>-l %  .r.r.i ill %>„t\ Wave, ta i. C* LU S and a luM PC*. Matte! LIVESTOCK %  M % %  %  ? %  a.. %  ..i :: :? %  : • t %  HEALUTATE ,„, ,,„., of trritt lMi la.l.dbi,.<.. HARulp A*THl-*L MAK3HAIL %  HAAOLU iiiXHr:n.i> UALO.NCV nww 4ti Ill V lit* %  n OnUi .1 11M Aul'UM n||l Ape Uo i". H 4.y I to* Ml .>B luf MM It) •.t*M -j*.f i is* o*%a ft uit '-toik •( ni AaaUtant Co„.l JI Appeal ilv.iae HiUl.i..." between %  1 UclMk • r-td-,. u>* out •>> %  S .JI .i 1 a I"-... • II • %  > AtCTlON IMII; 1IIK IMAMOMi in MII i; lUM IN lil %  !' u ,.,. .i M Mr. i taXTAW IM • Mfl'" I %  %  . %  II Kit tl MA I I 11 i -i. nia M mi \\i k AOVMAN A IO. I'lHISH III I II III', I I III III II NOTKr III Il\IK\ kFH'lRV ll.. %  I rrfelwi) mT AIL TO i i-Kel of Ua._ %  (.. p.i.1, .-I ft.tU.1 III. I..and r^UlnuH bl adi i*e muU ji lhiidbouia -butting. Bud n Una. f r— %  —*-•-* r-it*** IN.UM i .-i. u ui \d.i-h nil i — >• tt>t* 4M .-I i. % %  !•K %  uacur leal %  liieK.b-.-t. ••"-line' aaaaT^LaaWM • u '*** "' ., UMi el Hubert Malonei .„ .Put Ihen <• • tlajM %  be BUSK %  <•*<•! and MI %  PUPIM %  %  %  ( llM lb MII> %  "'* %  ' ...W 111* • ill to **1 up MF Hit I I '•", ,M . IIM ui mM ion %  £ in • 0 am TAKE NOTICE CHADWiCKo GOVERNMENT NOTICE %  ntnrtmrnn Order. !^>:. No. 38 wbleb : %  Ih publllfctd 111 irte Official at Mondj.. 2*h Pl H M h a '-'MlI Under this Order Ihe maximum 11 u ai tollov...— MECHANICAL %  IllltJ 1*" %  WAVIKIt I |IMI i IOf • %  ,!„ %  %  rill la %  •-• %  I i. I nl Appeal AN MISCKI.I.XNICOUN rioi i i i. Cli Karl] %  ir OFFICIAL NOTICE IN Mil *->!-' C.inailiaii Nalimiiil Slmiinshi|is Mil" 1 %  M NIOI. I >i HMAN Aamla. Applv n -nliaj lo PC . .|*l K' I WII5J— 3n (OOI'MS AHiSUI l-I.VSPHAVa at •urea qultB da-Ui 'r. Ktl— Unaquit.-. t..-kfoa*h OhUUiablfiurr. .11 batdlin SMTM in i 1* - 4a %  %  m AII"\ \ M \-i SALEAMAN l... .. t.i.-vi.KHi .ton ...t K_L, i I. 1;. ,: %  AdvaN J! 1, *1 CM IWFJIS %  I r I A ,",* %  two I %  %  HKHMftWI Mivlna riotl.i AKMA HTLKS '%  • tllAMHW i..ld neaalf ••mvi-.l le I t iii-r or an*< .. %  r *IM MMi*iM4 'n it*" "r ,j my i %  iflTird i i n.H-w I wii HAM rrTT.nn 1 1 1 m ii Mla %  +i rat %  %  1 %  : r M-lrtrII U3 rVKNINO i i\T^ .. K on r...d. I* Mk> !.. II-KW' 1*11 hi I T;J; %  l..U .in HAKOLD I -' Ml 1H I i of " (I HUra MtMn i o.i •) lr.mPi IU2. Bl ..ii, nrtin* .STV IJeleniMi.I %  .,a-N lllf "11 I .. I IKI A i>r parnl in Ihe pal IIMMlII.lUTA I .!.> t...l or .iyThffuMkMl %  King •ffJtW v.honuwevpr n> n. inyMffnteorialbb I ani drbl or •!• bu %  ,.i %  4d The AI I' %  MtfK A %  • %  I m M Poral l)n %  %  ,i. r'.aC***-. Jtia Oa CoaU r> learn and Ptl %  I i I.I ... 31 II M . ow IUM l-alr r.l-a'ar' -.1 ^ %  ii. II. Nri|..i-i ban i..* in n-.|..,l.. bl AInl a fv %  llri i'it'll. •<: ii In in-)"ln-Ha< .-. i .1,1!.-ale o. lid l*t .• %  •native Tat illl v out TUI PAiri mo THAT IIHTA1N piae. land .lluU at JacKaon, o( Sain I Ukhaal in ihi I r„t 1. ml* iliuilmC and boiirUIhe eitale nl Reli %  -I %  1 AND 9ECOND1.V ALL THAT eatt| piece or parcel of Utttl utuaw •' J torn in Ihe pant. of labial • : ...nd fou. hurtdtodI and Ibli .I,. I BBjuan <" or lhe*eabr-.t. eb! | a and bvni.4a ti fc m laniat "' u Sober, -II t*"*l " M-'" 1 road i 0 all in* is an Invaluable Food Supplement E VERY nvuhT Wn... I. a.iiv. imming .luUlrti roind. obuln a.U t |n*.< l"'l incur Ir.mi ;hci' refuUr Jailv Wvera' In i Itufa.r of Kln.li numiivc Ovalline' helpa .l.l.-i .hiltiri nportant i i* | I hat .ay to the howcvei i.t'li datV^loptlM in KKIV and builJInfi and *n*rsintinoini.il I,,, artv) %  > 'v-l'iin-' i. Oaf lllltl llPIHIt 'l>vahin*' la a loci lur and qualiiy. ipi iln powBiU rlrtlrlm. in did dieiars. and Ha m appeal tt> every child, even Ik Hill drink ll eaiicrK "hen Ovalune iwddv.l Moi r. Uv.hine make, llic m.lk aucb more nourialilaic *n.l deaWMInM (.IVE YOUR HILPREN DELICIOUS Ovaltine and noliIhe Diffpronce f %  olimiui %  a. iu o.ll. %  all* Afrteaa Mt>M"al 1.1.1.. orbed.. Um.-lo. %  rw i IR it n*v 30 Dcv 3D Dec CDN < 'IAI 1 EhaU. a J.I. • Jan 13 Jan (TIN* '.Ikl'lltll 13 Jan. H Jan I D.N i'dNaTDlCTOH | n Pab 10 Teb l l Ten. IP re*. ::>; rn-. ; > Mur. COM roSsritrPT'ii* IP Mar. It Mar. .1 Mir 1 CHAI IJM;I.K — i %  1 Apr 3 Apr -. AI NDIIHIOIVP ...1. A.rl.r.. lattj tfriaaa ArtWaa HIT .J. ^i f.,b. llalifal CDN i 1 %  ii Ih, Ii. %  1 UCTOB 3 Jan. 1 Jan. 11 Jan. %  11 Jan .V Jan II Jan. Jan. 11 Jan lti'im 11 Jan. 1 %  *. r. ii 1 1 14 Peb CDN i %  la Feb. I* YI> NCifcH M lel> %  Mar 4 Mar. 13 Mar. II Mar. 11 Mar 11 V-r In M.' %  MM M Mar i %  --. 21 llai A P 10 Apr ( DM • -HAI if :v.i ii II Apr 1* Apr i" Apr. Apr 1 Map Far larihrr aaatlralara. •pl* I*— GARDINER \USTIN & CO .. LTD.-Ai enU. ',•.'.','.••.•.'.*,'.:*.'.'.•. >.ltrll..i-. d.x I their aa.d clam ted b> %  Ml 11.. HI Ml" *l <•"•• a fM'UBAl •*-' %  l HAblls IIM"-> V.lt II .UI CABIN' _.M|bl •[/• r Tilda Ml ] 0.-* >" 1' iS5 ;:; *Sm* %  .. KKS l*J. .nay be .anaad acea I _r>d pflvK i perwna ,„„, UM be-.e*i ..i be dep.l.etl ..I |ll ihe ul I*.• i | %  lay, IM "'' it) o'ruxh a ni .HI be landed i iH..-'-' a" l>.led tbia Cl.ifc, I mi'i.d ih.ii c.i %  %  ,, .,i IVM IMPOKTaNI — hU lhal lha larf* tiu i jnJ Slot •0*llin' tin tonUin. 14 ouncat. Ji ,-.-,'*',-.'.'.*-'-*'.: UVfc 4\ % II ttatnT and *M .^taal CM %  %  tbeneii %  patJvcl U -Dealn \ i: % % %  < i IT* .„!.-, .l.'-l .1 ..... . %  !..V,WAV,V/-V.V/.W.V..\ A fff. l -| 1 GREETINGS I C^G 1 TRANSATLANTIC UE SOUTIIBOl'M> SS COLOMIilk' atalllni DICIDUT 31l. 1952 Pot Trinidad, La G Cariagona and Jim SOUTHBOUND n. IIHASSK" Sauing •>*"> D w ii b a r 1952 laid '-' llavrt? %  COl.OMlilF." Sdilinj PVM Uartiniqut, and I.c H ..'ii* January lllh, 19,33 tommica, Guadeloupe, South-nplon In* ni(iFNr. M %  "' ,. 11 l|H"l N | -MMMatJ iiaaiaib' After Xmaa • • |f N-M Vrjr l>J And Ihe Mc event la — THE ANNUAL SINGIN(i KNa.NGTON 0V.\l Whleh <• %  itl I Ira) arrive c .S.tCJ.UO TEST PTICE I BhU Ihr Blrlli ui. i'. .n Ta-nlghl.' 1'reviuu. Winner* are — 194-D— Cave Mill ; %  ;. I9a :. IMI i 1940—Ui-! l.-pUmi1951%  1952—Delleplaine 1953—' 7 ? ? —IT— Competing Chons this year at. Be any s %  %  V M.r OTRtijtc Hill. New Orlc-.i!'-, KtoM i^ %  Choral Cruuo. Eagle II o il. Rudd. Dtrlli plainc Glory Waves, K.u.1. \ ill.,,,. Hell*. Rock II Lana, in. i Slaorejr Unity. Spa %  w Hill f Bright Star. Mundane, Edgrhir I'F.I> %  davllle Come In Ken-inrAon on New Year Morntnc OATtt %  < .'-ii. %  .i %  i ', lad AdMbmlon b Procraaune 30 rent* each. On Bail ll Miller Bro*~, street or at the Gates. i %  %  ll ill H LVOTICEi HI KINUIK %  %  NQ %  '" r-ebiiia.. 11 1 iled for in. arrva latnehaa, ( *aa ..I Kenmn,' Q Tmir a-hk-l .... nut hind .t**!f UtOi lATlOa ' 31 1 IBS-la NOTKr: %  %  %  • aa Civil < 1 1 l-.ei 1) ..rl. '•< IM %  '• %  %  21 Prosperous • SVeUr ^/ear TO ALL Oil! CUSTOMERS from £Urtc*> SHOE CO.. LTD. mina MI rut: m.n :TJ iffv*. iv i HI: vavn M.I Bl Mil voru NBWJ vi AK uaOLUTIONS TIIKH'TU.Y Fir.i :iml tananaal " ihe Hsi IMTi:K S' COCOA (r fninily hllu s.irr ii. iiri.ik ii aw|ilay Ml ikes runmill in.tiblf seem far away ll*.. ttooil lor both vouni; mid "lii TtM ""Iv COCOA "..rll: its mtfhl in Ciohl & The Managemeril and Staff of BARBADOS HARDWARE C0„ LTD. & Wish I Cur Customers and Friends I | A Prosperous New Year i/i. Lliiiwi) ,/lmoiiij Curs. ;• AriEI'TIM. I'ASSENf.tRS. < \R(iO AND MAI! %  R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—AgcnU PHONE 38U Sincere Wishes for A Bright and Prosperous 1953 CENTRAL EMPORIUM Cnr. Broad & Tudor Streets %  V.V///.OV.W,V-V//V-'.VV.V-%V,V*V*VV//#-.V-V/.V^; \oiu i: ;. W b*M| ill :KI\INC oar (Tislomers nnd Ihe General ** PnbHc tlint our Spares Ilip.irtiiH'iit will be rioted for >; Slock TaklnjJ hum llowU] ttth December. 1932 unlil I .MIMI(LI%, BtJh Junuury 1 %  *.". .. I FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. /,w-w.v.w; Tbe ROVEB T5' a ear with ihust' liidili'ii values o rulial in ple.isiirable ni'ii.i in.. ..." # Smui.ih LUdlBg 0 Ini'ti.u ul iii* Inlerior # luxurious Comfort # Kcoiionmal rii K s"i SIIMRI \rn 1 < 1 1 lb. lip unl> M ** uts 1 %  lb. tin only 4S nius IS A NESTLES PRODUCT All lluse are points u irth iiolini; when IIHIlMlllity purchasing a tur %  OOVO %  WiagOJ :i car lhal will serve you far inlo tin* future .... TROVER \ Compact: Built for lianl labour on mil in lie 111 The land Km rr i*; a Tractor, in or TowLni Waion, Mobflo Tower Plant— IEDMAN & TAYLORS (...RAGE LTD. MMI SALE \iii:it<.i:ijit: *l.l\. t II lloiiil llnexamplr ol a aolldlv huill pre-war BI'Nr.ALOW llh :; iv..lino-Hi. Drawbta Room, Dialni iinnm. ood OaHtfl .i i r GArua and Servant*/ |it*rier- liffers arr laU itr.l JOHN M. Ill 1DON • co. A.F.S., F.V.A. Keal lAialc Atienl%  Plmiie 4640 -:• I'MnUlinii-i llu-Hii. '//,','///,v//////,v,^VA^'//-^'-^'-'.^'-''' %  •^'''''•'-'''''''• v '' %  sHAPPY NEW YEAR | TO ALL OUR I CUSTOMERS v IS THE WISH OF REALTORS LIMITED. REAL ESTATE AGENTS AUCTIONEERS VALUERS. ttMIUiliftftllM^



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DAI • i MBI R II, 1S2 HENRY IIIKII WMls \IIMK Ul I'\|.F .IMV BY CARL ANDERSON :z0 a FLINT OF ThE FLYING SQUAD BY ALAN 2TRANKS 8. GEORGE DAVIES BR i lOtH.'Sf i — 'wi.i.e*v. %  H—0 ~<*V T>rfV tVt>**0 ma ^0**0& yvor* T ML. K 1 4L.I -*Mff •* %  — %  W, f, ow -ML. £**,&*•; • : %  r ~.£>. 0 T I i *OCM TAg -ro rmsm*mm tf*M *^ 7-(# #W> -• tWVH.CM'** • *•*<•*.#* ?T %  */vOr *-*oe rw^ ( oo 1 ')S • %  <-:-. ( T-T'T*T-T'* %  1 — BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG -rCl>?F*a.T ..•LHHSWGOOO FLMDH GORDON BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS I DO*T 6ME iMgifi'S ON BLViNO %  : COULD H > OUT 'T ;•'-.-. -:" %  WEAL ME cOOOft'LEflS. 1 NOW SOU LiHAVE TO 60 RIP KIRBY ISY ALEX RAYMOND /""'SB' r' nMthins bu tUmiilMM him to MtMMlI TONO h;ts just tins clTeti it over*emits ilitLissiiudc nf ihc iropks yiiu feel hcitcr fot it more en CC gtlc ready for die day's work DM IhC >lav after. A real wholMOfllfl IMH( lor nerves. Dftll] UN ho*ly, and a very deliiious one, too. t o no Chocolate Malt &Milk BEVERAGE mA Cow & Gats Product* J B. LESLIL ft CO. LTD-OCNIS Don't let th COLD tak h^jcl! : ... i VAPEX < it itc\ (oi os { mm NEWS H.AMI %  %  M .mil .ill '.'. Happy and i JI1|VS,MN -. t \||OM Kl O. H JOHN Diamante Necklaces & Costume Jewelry V. H. LIMA 20 Broad SI 1 SACRCOL I is TIIK riNEST 8 REMEDY FOR f RHEUMATIC | PAINS Don't he without n hotlie—it'* a rcnl stanilby. On Sate at kMi.HIS llruj; Slorrs 1 New in Barbados but very old in Holland MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY MILL-ions drink MILL beer THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCKTAKING ON FRIDAY JANY. 2 AND SATURDAY JANY. 3 and will Re-open to Business on Monday Jany. 5 SPECIAL'OFFE^AVAILABLEMONDAF'TO"' WEDNESDAY^At "ALr BRANCHES Usually NOW W> take ihiN o|i|tortmill> in wlsUafl i\.r>nnr I'KAS Tina $ .49 $ .43 EVAPOBAVED MILK M .27 MACABONI II M rn mr) Prosperous I95J FRVS COCOA 51 .4 IIKKR CARIB il .11 IIII.KK D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY *olir 10 00 C..rt I OfMM I .'. r.-i.' ... % %  • •< I M*tir. St Lea? Verse* .. 1 W p ror Ik* rtuH that lack* MM * UM WTSSSM th* Mi nSMsiiie, Far ill* rmnrr .n uw> dnwce. An4 Iha good thai | ran Ao ESTABl 1SILED 1895 WEDNESDAY. t>F< I'HU'K SIX Mr. Bidault Refuses To Form French Government IN 110*01 II Outg Budg oing Cabinet Votes et For Januarv Councillor Expelled From Party PARIS, D.- Georges Bidault on Wednesday night refua dent Vincent Auriol's Invitation f<> try to torn ;i § ment. thus ending the hopes ol Christmas cabinet CMMS Earlier the outgoi'v Fm %  stop-gap budget for Januarv to the Nat-tonal A*j*mbl*. duled i I %  : %  mi nii%  i the basis o* ow twelfth of last %  I (new budget wM %  %  %  today Bid.-uli confWn of his own i>.ii' with General Pierre Koenia, Inter ILR.1 saying II had CM Itldault and his proposed pro-! gramme. his proposals for tn-osting housing Even thouili II i %  %  i \ni.is BMT IlVld I >. .M'iMt t 1TV. Der. St. rwrt>-iuur eases al beer wtiKH \mrr*cana in Hurea l>. u*> IM MMHI .I'ln iiklahoniaJis were ...[ n .1 wareaauae here l> UW II I .ll.t-tlli. %  HI : : t.rt -nt alcohol. Don Hoover repceMIMIII. r *n.Khrr nrr IIII.UIasM Iha agent <>l NH Mtruel Hrewenei. a ritihii>inr%  MMtMia fok iidin Irom servicemen in K N | tlllnc for ahlvmrnl of Ihr heer—I I*. (1EORGETOWN. B.C. Dec. 30. Tie National Democratic Parly h.,, -xiH-iii( M rot Wight who beat Mr Lionel Alfred Luckhoo, Vier-lv '.hiparty tad the onh other %  '-"I for the Mayoral chair -ix four. ( p State Depl. Allowed Reds In L.N. WASHINGTON. Dec 30. A Jus;Attorney UHt the Slate c-,l some AmeriV N. jobs even though h d information Indicating .( Miununlfts. Roy indled "> %  New Mr. Churchill Boards Ship For L.S.A, LONI>ON. Dae. SO Premie' Wm-t Tuesday night i elect Dwfght bernhowei %  bout such cold Nti i meeUng with Prei-nn Josef Stalin, I [atomic know-how and rc-aiaa-' r ment Cnurrhill and his p.irtv set out I for the United States aboard a, %  i-e.i.i! Ml ..f UM I al %  Southampton Thei, the) t, %  '.aying overnight in %  • special suite ] of the liner tjureu Mar* which aaill for New York „t M 15 a m 00 Wednesda) High H-itlsh sources said Bal ed hi. eighth trie to America since 1941. Chunloll wanted most of all; Ul Ml up with Eisenhower a close J o.l intimate working system like' hiwartime fnanil.hl.i with Pre*lI Jem Roosev %  • %  !! Churchill was said to feel the the one time war and pulsing al. ance between thr White I Mouse and Number 10 Downing' Street had deteriorated. He wan! to see it revived, nt least tome latter dat version of it. informants; reported. With the 78-VMI-OM Prime Mo •,; war* hti .ife. hi* ihiughYliTWOAY'WLATHtf WPOR1 %  • %  it* :u -^ %  Coiiihfaijrfsls Wa$B Of "Consequences*' For Zone Violations IWWIl \.in\|. DM, 80. 'pilK f'OMMI'NlsT uiniatice l l *ftrioti*' < % %  >i i - % %  |n*-iii---." \ i '..iiiniiitii-i I. n. T hi r>l I i bariea W. MH 'arthi. of r.\. i ommand PIM •" \ with nhelling i! %  %  'eniileafletK t\\ lee ii! ilif rtput ra\ -rveti Righta ••' < K %  %  1 nf A LUNCHEON botioin of Dr Ala EHrllrii.y (he A.'IJT.IJ Dr. Bombard leave|| York and Tiaior %  tan than even I %  • York Federal Gr-nd Jur> wh*h Ut_My her^.u-band C". Ml inflltraUmSm I mm ignition Officer for J'ca RING81 '• I Xancy Oakes Weds Again NASSAU. Bahamas. Dec. 30 Gold heireas Nancy Oak.., .ml her hus<>and Baron Ernit LTaMra Von Hovmngen Huene flew to Europe for their hooeymoon following their wedding Monn ught here. In a solemn Church of EngUmd ••remony the waddlllf went off without a hitch ..I Church filled with anaff) linos of |>e<>p|e crowded ,ill the .ipprwiehes to the Church. Tlie walk wat illuminated with Iantern* and the Churoh a fully decorated with red Mbaawaj and yellow •'I'"II of the colons S i Itobeit Neville and Lu'i\ MPMUC and Ihe families of the bffida ..' I groom occupied fnmt .seats. Quest* included sociall> prommoot friends from Britain, the U4i.. Canada and from Mexico. Count and Countess Jean 1>. Real, Doreen Feng daughter of the Chinese Ambaaaador t.i Mi liar..ii .n!,i naronaai Can lx*r Hoop >f LauaanaM, Barrlaarland Bahamian guests inch. I mg figures in Government, pul,tles and commerce. A reception followed al Jacaranda. I^idy Oakes* town house whn h inkingiy decorated and Ulun ited. Most of the Usu HI the exU'nsiVe garden. A gi'eat Thl •uray of costly presents wrm retl reived The couple. Ror UK 1 lot bell tioneymoon in Europe will return OUtrlbul to Mexico where they ;.re Iht IN gave t.flimony H M Judiciary Sui %  .,, aral .laraa* Soames. Manil n of Parliament, to gether with several -. cretar ChurchlU 1 dortoi Sii Hoge' Maklns. new Rriii-h Amonssadoi to the UnHi Bl m.iklng the tourney to UH t'niled Staleaboard the < > Mary < ^T kali said thai WM rTMTVi) %  • OkV Cohn t. ihe time "^!^* nc t,, l _,, . ., _-.,_ Wnartgnaai reported thurchUi cone Mod hu affaln • on nve "-" l "L" * C1 -' 1 cabuir "T 1 ant W^ff'SL^K'^f!? 1|() t „, him aaMaa and taforatawaai per%  rr-,. comment. |o ""•" ImmigratiM-. Qsn ih „i %  on arrival Bu iM %  stab lepart' ed 'would IUMOII that i I with the In BT 1 .. Communist". I l>ean CTUlM dm ''"'• reluasaa n. Jan. 1 Is l)-l)ay* Hv VICTOR KRNDftH K SBOUI Dot 10 Chinese Cnmmtmi bj ihr Sniper Ridge aajetoi OH I Mir. thai "genet 1 %  thl it M %  -i mda Chuv %  %  Id i>\ South Korean In th< helicr that the ROKS would b. pavcholo lea i Wartiniqua Prefect Due In Barbados Here To Supervise Molasses Loading .u.i drive wai i i i nt aavEighth Ai i %  ; hoduled I i i Iota i Kfquarti 11 my tn 0e Ltd., ColumU i 1 i London, arrived hare this nn bv B.W I A from 1 1 uudad to auperviai the loading ol 2,1 Eanci molaiaai which ins firm is i aflnlstrv ol food The molasses all in the i>ial. H H A C %  The Prefect M • I M Laigrcl is due lO arrive in ii.iih.tih. thu mofnina h> the t U IMIMII He leaves I .ter 'ii ihe day fin Jaaaaiea Aoaoni* uanving him ..re M V*rger. his I UUUfltar, Capt Iweapiun. %  Ihe M lit.it %  (...I m.'l ComrnandM la Colby, Manager o(.''bief of Fiench 'i > la 'h* i i Wesi tndlet. Tio parts will be mei on bnaid ov Qol R T HicheHn, Comind Cap1 W it. it Arawtroaf it: RawrilaeMJ iha icn Ooi On landing. M '. liarel and al. Mil call it OOVI House and later thev will |ou1 Capt. Lespiau and Col p .. Central Statin i : %  mg their home. < ISyngman Rhee May Visit Mfxin TOKYO. Dec. SO. (h neral Mark Clara, I i t. %  I'.N. Commander personallv aua> nested that South Korean President Syngmann Hhec visit Japjn in an effort to smooth relations between Japan and Korea. Informed sources said the suggestion was made last Octobei ..nd the Japanese Government n— i-omniaiideU thai Japan next Monday lh e Official ..nnouncenient said onlv that Rhao woi.id i quartera ai c \ Commander'a Ir%onal guest. H >••>• •' % %  K Japanc Government officials tltthlarWHtitally approved the VMMl U1 theh..,ilhat it uould o(>en thdiplomatic and eeonooiK relation' 1*1 ween the l .in%  %  ciarl •t> .i IN. Conunandei operatoi^ %  • tors in Japan, irouM >>. ^ i %  eased if the two countries ironed out their llliftsHlllM I I' \ i J %  Mi l x.i.,., i :. old in U %  rpend verj %  c a went al lhe Ocean Vie* liutel South Korea Can Supply Most Of Soldiers Veeded WASH IN H Korea ig to u-e more native He !'' % %  House Armed I % %  I %  | Iha It said !' in raise IrTiuin" use of StXltl BILL APPROVED MEXICO CITY. De, 30 > Mexican City approved an %  >' %  %  corruption bill which would tareefCoi mitlM nada up of five all Government officials to DUD[ Dmoci wealth i>oth before .ind jfter hnl ing public otllie —CP> 'ana—t'.P. From C ntral Suition. Hie part' *il| visit the Dull II ill '.. Col J Cunneil. Msi 0 t C A OSkei CornMandlna, llegnu %  '. MaJ A. S Warren and Capt II. R Daniel Ma) R A Si.mte Daputv:^. aaoar ol PoUes and captJn Armstrong will then take the) I irtj on .i drive through th" country-sid returning to Oov12 30 lor lunch -ii rafai FUH %  Clniittma* f..i in da eniU-i HI o fullilt n %  >" i"> A* % %  ae i ontlntM dpei attacks at Snlpei %  mi but South ( %  . 1 eeloi %  til %  i to the ma while bill In i %  Thl UN. fo lor mi r pi I riot %  %  %  %  i U 111 : I bawl in tin . SIet ..I : aklhiiit) M •n. 100-o>lh Mad rrea n th. sraai % % %  ;. %  %  i r ^t 1230 p m in time M Uilgret and partv £.11 if I tie StlVKS I till n Ihe ship l.ter in the ^* / | Military Hen "Colour liar** Strike Off TAIPaW I .,,, .M..rW-l t | . cauieao KaUonaJHi itftfcharged 17 Arfe§ted For Terrorism liM.s DM 10, i . i eioi the I %  %  tbde! H I % %  %  1 %  Hied N Ban ,, %  ., Ift V i lie-M.m of ihe I.. K.v ., in 4 %  > U pi %  i %  raajoe, n Nea i %  pai i I i were p for p %  i darmeru %  P : hiding rifli laenlor Red I 1 "in! •(! .i %  %  %  four tide i t i>e raI %  %  %  i %  ," % %  K oastotiatlon %  bring ver> R %  nlgjht thai I %  I m ir i %  M %  i • i -i Iropped %  | id VM il hundred peacefi kille.i HI wound* %  r | MM; iS'i -hot down thi. Allied pi .' < II Pon I %  %  i neu1r.il /one Mil n In i not. 1 i,.j thl Rf ,. ihe U.H tli.it Allied plane did n • % % %  :. UN lei Ihen %  tjon wa* i" i.v ad ho thr* ..I i h %  inn gt th%  %  that the Jap Premier May \ isii U.S. TOKYO : rhp Tohj -.....• shimhHi. %  %  i %  %  I ajauralfon >-%  r-n>m'*nt 1 % %  tioe problem*. hs> — %  with Mr. F.isen4 B "n II.I he would e.k rued I'llllCHl S' S I rorld Bank fa J .p;.. generation etrpan l p tl-,! ir on th.. %  "ik*. 30. da> CotanBau Kii i ..t King, CroM RaUwu "' ''*" %  < %  % %  ugg. t ''';'" %  aotk wiUi. !" ., ri) t Indian changed their i I • lO) Mr I K COI.IIV QoaVcJ Rica Joins 3 NEWCOMERS IN THAI) liENEVA. Dec nrnental Cotnnottei* 't'f'A II %  B'^rogMan migration, raisin Conunmee-s membership ,, ,,_ ment Ir .tin* Butler %  neinU i :>•; • %  PORT-OF-SPAIN Tunidad's team to pla} In in the Colony match Ogsanbuj After :i %  cad on Sunday evening. emp Th!''m Inch aasd th. : %  u stars, three of then. %  in giving youth a chain e. stars .,,. Donald Ranaamooi. have just seiRen K : The i Jeffrey Nvron Aigarah. Rupert Tan*S> choon. Ralph Legall and Lcnr.ox as batting would not i it was annou;.. tral American republic tu join %  Othai i • are Bra/.I Chile. Paraguav and %  The announcement n-.: "iti indej Obaaa Riri shows that this country Q arould '>•*• '%  r.-nigran'ith f %  .^iM from Jai %  aii e UI nrip iht,i ...,t i! ILL K l trau %  (' %  ' %  I %  l.l I I |SM ,ie.i, snjj iirilghtetl when the railway peeanoted him t., phun) with its half gnu;. tl .1'. his weekly eaffMj up to tfl ll. Hut when he went t.. turl hti new job M %  in. U|| nthr shunters stoppe.i joi-k They >ked "why give the j.ot> \m a aol•ured m%n when Bsogfj .re plMUjr white man to do II The strike BJ shifu Thu meant that could eater "' laave the depot -1 Messages were f ,-ni ..i country tu stop on their e*gg Loi don To-da two trains at Hull with 150 tent of fish for London were caneAberdeen Fish Maikvt • %  ed Salmon Is a National Union of Kullweymcn %  arr opposed to ; ,n> de%  againgj a coloured n ,.n Thi n >s ation whatever for this nun being prevented frwn taki"g a rob to which he la. c titled." The Union tried to persui't* l'he shunters to return la farmI its organiser went to the dei in" %  cht to reason with to abroad who w... Ma oemmand Mat i-e e n gaaod in or bj lpG)( N l oth. aaribed ih< I„I. K* : Nauci ** .eaparted t., mean [of hun.li. % %  ; inoi r hi %  lunis ti ii is aagead oral* and l| rwo montl ami eif) I i-iiapiil;'.i iiv ,. i l "•• oat il l hlai i hing-Kuo elatme'i g'*iii killed in %  General Chlai Km. who chlel r the N .. -i • l^erM-t Nat lot Inland 1 3to \ Ulaga u %  ,IT Ihe China I'.P i ii'll.mil \\ .iiit Kriiirn uf Seven EeSCapod %  i tump* ..I. 1 n combat I t. %  '! -ii i redit afore trw %  home I p Mr. IVmiiaii ITH;-. •7%. Efodgfll w imiNC roif, D it haa beI ium. i %  s7a.aewo:'...i i ,,, . ta.ono.ooo.03n I % %  %  %  %  % %  %  •hine ke DM % %  %  %  -i r 1952 Strike In' S Itiiu^hl IdlettM WAS. i -in The yea i I 1-eriiKl %  %  %  1 ileneaa fr..m Ihe tBiif 19*6. the aorta IM w.i the of CIO < i i Italians Capture \orcoties Chief ROM! Dec. > %  gents claimed I torso,; 1 -law of to. %  > %  %  %  %  1 I %  :-rth at l<-at $' ro-xivnr ,M t I%  n II i urei t roaeni tinder lit) to the Union"—and to w..rk '>* Rica are expected to tfsrt m 'He nlong'lde *ihunt*T StOpher I near futut, I P from Jamaica Import Gantroh On Mili WASIC. | i %  %  | %  mark*-* monev in itv pi Al th % %  '. Bnnni.1 %  Got %  til It >IOIU.\\ 2 Ol''ll'Sf S'JlS I i.r Miinin.iis mnsi. ihtoogSaal 111,. j niiihl Tnrkay—'Chldwa m SUali i\mwt -t*r\<<,l from H lo 11 |i.Ml BtiHM il 'in IbM II VIS! IIAI.I now NOI-.I >I\KI IIV l.i : rfft I'll V' \ Vr.ir DINNER DANCE



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p \r.r T \ 11 HAKBALH \l>\l,( \ll mDMBSDAl 1'UtMli ni :i m :.j £ijto# Caltinq H Acting .UN Turner. % %  an informal visit %  • met on %  l i iatge. who .... %  %  I ll-tn > (l |. I), AUm %  A r IV UVw/.-r I I Ira. Eric Si renlp OtMM from . %  • hildn n Ole i *^MBB*s \ %  netotann dr CMdMO, nrnved r.n Sunday by ......v. un .i two-WWI Id*) visit, lie was a< ,.jl, jnd they are quests at the %  • • • D M QABRIEL MONO ADO, M U mst of Cara.. ..n .inival hv lima sjussi i'lub. by I..A.V. on 6nday Included Mi. c;*org*i Mcbsb I an Accountant with the | p %  r .m Corporation, C|i m u Hi I MM over to spend two Weeks' holiday, and was accomp.it > iiidthin* liiL!r A i. Tnej are also guests at ituAquatic club. / >. Sir, k hmhr L EAVING for Tin IdS 1 OB Sun.1.1.. |.y ll.W I A H hi WSJ 'I: : \ %  %  i ..it..I i.i... Mi rrad Koenli Imki-r who mi here lor tho Christmas imlui.it > .i*. %  %  ..-i .'• %  the St Lawrence n itel Hsj wni |i.iiiii UW I A from Trinidad '.nolly and Mr. P. Davej engin e e n of U H O.T. They have come over for two ,'iliday which thev are spending as guests at Cacrabank Hotel. Originally from the U.K.. they i ban living in Tumdad i, over as %  ConnoUai tpenl 3'7 rears bi Veswauala with the Sh.n tfore I nig on to vhlii Mi Davay was |y In Borneo fOUl th the shell Qrous I. iMfMJM r pilK enuagement was annovinced on Cii.i^im.i Evs betwoan % %  -, %  '.; i II Branch ..f Claybury Pin St John and Mr Hal Co* ^tn of Mr and MrDorhM Ook of "South Winds'. Maxwell Coaal r gfewl ///' family M R. A. J. STOLL who came %  %  -uela on Bundaj by iA. V. a i Beeyum, Nnvy G.inlrn flni Trip L RAVINC. for Trinidad >y B.W.l.A. ycsteiilay nioiiun" was Matter Robert BUnpoon, IOB Of Mr. and Mr*. Jack BlmpS0 "' Marina Cuden--. Christ < huroh H ng to s|i<-ncl two weeks ill Trinidad with BUperintendanl ud Mrs. I'alon at Military QuarttSI. James. Trinidad. .This is Robert s first trip out ef the island, lie will return in turn to begin next term at Lodgl School. STARS AND YOU v *t IMIUHSIP 9 I %  ...H.-'.ir.. U-nd %  .1 ..>, .i. hum I-', aI. i i*iiill %  i i MJI. R I I~ miMi •-..ui.ii.. i .... .hmiirt be good Ihu pniu.i B>miiii'ii .T>t*> —II. I.. .,.' hlghl %  %  % %  "VI h i..ii. II M 'I ,.,1 -Ud ii.wd comnmn %  M !• 1'ip I .l..mlil .lutt* poMlbl* „ ii i i i iCaaawi—f*<>m* nw/d) tio'ii %  We '' '" W1 *n Ttir** my b % %  '• ni ii i u M .i i n i— >-> % %  <> HMT ilk* nv* %  %  i i*i)t i. vi,..H ua-U.-c for nsi't aiaUan v ,.i -i i. -i ill Mm %  '< -.tri%  *'i I IIO ta m TOM.* H hi. ".Hi Mai tmtid> LH-IIJ illllr"if OM i MI.I: n i. MM in -I icapti. f* !" i li m tompii--. iHilltrriiu' 0 %  M Irrl -I ppin* |. %  I CMS iimilul. ..ll.rr. are Ki.Kinl aood UM .> %  Oirlr Ulriila (,f, i\si*\* -r i. ii am \a tqmri... II >.m i|..nl •<•!< tlmr .-r i. ,1.1 .it v.,.. ..ui n.Ii.r •MbnUnlUl :> I UI hiindi... Illial \*H I I* MMO H ?• iCIirtl'l n.crU n da* in p*M bul (.., Own who Hi in Ml *hfii i.plxiltunllV %  MS, inulr %  RM TO HAY are a *aMy .•i,ti ..,,,1 -.hiloxiph) si. rtag in mnaSinl -..> ni tmiui l^rrhina aici>n-l >""U V> %  an I>I— %  .Ublr -I.I,lo i %  '"' %  >-• %  ;"• %  \/l-r Om BWA L EAVING today for Jamaica \... Tr.mdad by ihe Celeasbie foi a further holiday ar< Ml M VMal from Vaneouve. lombU. Th>y have been holidayn-h a* gufets at the Hatting* Hote' and said they had a very enjoyable From Jamaica Uicy expect to go i.. New Orleans and then I-.. Angeles before returning home. Mr. Vidal Is a retired Civil Se, vant of Vancouver. On llvnrymiMUt I N BAUD A DOS on their holeymoon are Mr. and Mrs. Jamei I W. Prudhomme who were recently in Venezuela. Mi 1'rudhomme. a Grenadian, | has been working for the past 24 yoars with the Veneruelan Atlantic t o m pg n y In I*uerto La Cmt. This is his iir t I island since he left it in 11*18 after reeelvmg hit education *t Harrison College Hwife. Ihc former Mitt Gladys Pietri. is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pedro Pietri of Puerto La Cruz. Mr. and Mrs. Prudhomme are gue~ts at Accra Beach Club. Rockley. They expect to return In Scotembcr for tix weeks' holiday. Wnrriril ) i-'lvnlay M ISS HELEN I'lIXJRIM. daughter of Rev. and Mrs. A. C, Pilgrim of Mount Tabor. St. John left Ihe Island yesterday morning by B.W.l.A. for Tobago via Trinidad to be married the same evening to Rev. Dsarafe i,, 1,1 tft4bodii Mini ter of Star borough. Tobago. M PUgrli rly a tcach'T at Ihc St. KitU Grammut Bchool Aeek here with her parafltl She is .1 sistei of Mr. S. Pilgrim, who is at present teaching at the Bishop High School. Tob.ig > Carltnti'* Utwcr M EMBERS ..f Carlton Sports Club are having an Old, Year's dance tonight al.thl jhiviliou which was ojiened SV-|iI tember 22. This is the lit si time ( arlton have staged an Old Year dance at their headq.ua!'. tonlfht'S party promises to IK.. gay affair Dancing begins at 9 p.m. and ..infinites through until 6 a.rr. I New Year's morning. Costume Parade is schedule! for 11 p.m. I and prues > %  ill be pie'cnli U alto bt %  door )>n" HUM Vinit M R and MRS BARON B. FLOYD Of Texas. V S \ .vl.. aw* been living in Vene/nil.i fm the |,.r! live Mat ant bsg*h again In Bsrtxtdos on thtb UUld vlSli and .lie |U* i i anh M Floyd is an engineer with the tupartoi Oil Cetnpuny In I Caracas and will be leiiuuning fm two week while hi wif.is spending %  month. They are both rii.ii BoJferi ud have already! ) layad i %  funs si tbs Rockley <;->ir and Country Club, Short VHU V ISITING some of tne islands in the Caribbean on holiduv arc Rev. and Mrs Paul Smith ol the ISA Thev arrived on Saturlay by B.W.I.A. fioin Grenada on %  shoit visit and ar guests ,.f It. v ind Mrs. L. L. Miller of "Eden• iii' Bank Han Buck To si. tmcia AMU. DAVID MASS1AH. Eng %  .. %  > oar, of ihe Roseau Company . t, mm r-atai vn Mirwa -1—w , % %  it; GAY GARTERS GERM'. Student bodV Through College' TUf CHEfKLCAOf R o> MUJIMI Ev< H T HMI H — H n*M WUNERBROS I -;"^viacmw __ROHAU __GINC MAYO REAGAN NELSON DON DEFORE PHYLLIS THAXTER PATRICE WYMORE IOIIAV WITH ALL FUN ANDMUSIC.I45S830PM ami Caatuudnf IIAH.V i Uao KHIIIW 2.:io p.m.) IEANN€GUlESC0 --.-LOOISLANTZ It... If':, PETERS • HUNTER v II it WHO D I A 7 A BTOWN KLAZ-A (Dial 23I0| S ecret WANNI* BDOI CORNEl MIL SIEVE WIDE MAIDEN COCHRAN -;•-.::: :... 9 IOOA1 44 5 a 8.30 P.M %  ml i .nli.nun. dally. PLAZA • &f •• &f • &f&f e'Oe'e W e+0400 HAKH Mil 1 > (Dial 5170.) %  MTU *ttlili UtlrnciiCtMke, Up ar.d Pi.-, mm J in %  R \ rwi rron, l.iHan. .11 p m (.-..in,,, ow Wnl In4ir IV-iaa. p*. II Mi, • 1 I U | l-.l .. N t"i Vivt,. %  Dm I I 1 %  H..O*. Nr..i~l %  II P m 0 i '. %  *'" %  '"! % %  I i>i M I or Ihc Ha. .of Uward. 10 ,, ,„ W IS pm r>.i-i UM .., %  %  r m Nr* Vat Hrioap. 10 M p. m Tha ( • %  % % %  : 1. ., |t. ,,. 4 u'c visit om crsTo.mKs ,\\t> maws A Prosperous New Year IIIIIM rm: (CUEtGSJOBW AND STAFF OF T. R. EVANS nv; (/..so HOPE TO nut: THE PI.EX.SI HE or savmc rm AGAIN I\ 1933 A New Shipment Of DIAMOND RINGS Y. lie l.m.\ A tO.. Ill) 20 Broad St and at > Man nc Oaidens. P L A Z A i miiii.iiii o.in M liia.. M • -. SHE'S WORKING HEU WAV THHOUGH COLLEGE iTrilni % %  i: i.l HAVO III v.. I M dl p*c" Timilr III ( K IhlVVIl, roMi IIOMI I.I \i K nvar in. DURVKA fiiun • I A IV -ii 11 HOT a ItlHI IHI.I IVKIIM.l I ll\'. N OPERATION SECRET %  %  M ... %  1. M HMO fOOk nu win i i W.. rit. nil MM Thur. S(. BIG JIM M tIN %  i Da ibh II IM.I HI M (, All I.I. BOAnwa tSJ n *s ruAstai 1 KI MIOM \ ItlllThurs Spial 1 to M VN i 11 \ \ l\ Ol \ I'll BAJUARBCI DUTIN n..1 aiM KOOII 11 I 111 1 I KI % BEND OF THE RIVER MI vim/ nu oihoi \ Kin Hlap .iiUniw Manr.an %  %  H HOI 111 \Y | \14r woi.m*s M .1. %  ; .notibl~ lliiil Abbott Jb l.ai ( Uiinuil Doul ll-'noH cm RAGING TIDE i nww, in TIKKII.iHI t, 11 .i torn %  i Ml CATTLE DRIVE l Color l s' rfess .... than atnckwill ffleoer too late to fete DANCING 9 p.m. 6 a.m. &f limn Prize TONIGHT Rrnrw old a*uUjinljiic m.ik.ni- one* .. % %  .1 K-.ll> Injo, ynursplf In Ihe friendly and liifnrm.ll Oartt > %  % %  --1 • %  i %  : lor old ilni- ukl tl M In || I'.irltoit— and It "ill nsror hlto Ute llh n ii' Is from 3 p.m. 'till ii .i m. : IN* I II T R FVANS (WHITFIELDS) t iM It ^ 11ri STORF al Mlxi-d Nats Gold J I %  .., HI %  AsSCr-lFd SwrrlIII-ml Tw l>UI i.sns for R-wrvallorn


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Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Wednesday, December 31, 1952
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WHAT'S ON TO-DAY
*olir 10 00 .
C..rt I OfMM I .'. r.-i.' ... < I
M*tir. St Lea? Verse* .. 1 W p
ror Ik* rtuH that lack* MM
* Um wtsssm th* Mi nSMsiiie,
Far ill* rmnrr .n uw> dnwce.
An4 Iha good thai | ran Ao
ESTABl 1SILED 1895
WEDNESDAY. t>F<
I'HU'K SIX
Mr. Bidault Refuses To
Form French Government
IN 110*01 II
Outg
Budg
oing Cabinet Votes
et For Januarv
Councillor
Expelled
From Party
PARIS, D.-
Georges Bidault on Wednesday night refua
dent Vincent Auriol's Invitation f<> try to torn ;i
ment. thus ending the hopes ol
Christmas cabinet cmms
Earlier the outgoi'v Fm
stop-gap budget for Januarv to the Nat-tonal A*j*mbl*.
. duled i
I ..... :

mi ni- i- i
the basis o* ow twelfth of last
I
(new budget wM


today
Bid.-uli confWn
of his own i>.ii'
with General Pierre Koenia, Inter -
ILR.1
saying II had CM
Itldault and his proposed pro-!
gramme.
his proposals for tn-osting housing
Even thouili II
i

. i
\ni.is Bmt IlVld
I >. .M'iMt t 1TV. Der. St.
rwrt>-iuur eases al beer
wtiKH \mrr*cana in Hurea
l>. u*> Im MMHI .I'ln
. iiklahoniaJis were
. ...[ n .1 wareaauae here
l> UW II I .ll.t-tlli.
hi : : t.rt -nt al-
cohol. Don Hoover repce-
mimIii. r *n.Khrr nrr -
iiii.ui- asM Iha agent
<>l nh Mtruel Hrewenei. a
ritihii>inr- MMtMia fok
iidin Irom servicemen in
K N | tlllnc for ahlvmrnl
of Ihr heerI I*.
(1EORGETOWN. B.C. Dec. 30.
Tie National Democratic Parly
h.,, -xiH-iii Claude Augustus Merrunan frotn
its ranks. This i*. in i o
of the election of Mr Cl.iudc
Vibart Wiiht. Deputy
or the Legislative Council, as
Mayor for the Coron
Hi
his vote in favour >( M rot
Wight who beat Mr Lionel
Alfred Luckhoo, Vier-lv
'.hi- party tad the onh other
'-"I...... for the Mayoral chair
-ix four. ( p
State Depl.
Allowed
Reds In L.N.
WASHINGTON. Dec 30.
A Jus;- Attorney
UHt the Slate
c-,l some Ameri-
V N. jobs even though
h d information Indicating
.( Miununlfts. Roy
indled "> New
Mr. Churchill
Boards Ship
For L.S.A,
LONI>ON. Dae. SO
Premie' Wm-t
Tuesday night i
elect Dwfght bernhowei bout
such cold Nti i
! meeUng with Prei-nn Josef Stalin, I
[atomic know-how and rc-aiaa-'
r ment
Cnurrhill and his p.irtv set out I
for the United States aboard a,
i-e.i.i! Ml ..f UM I al
Southampton Thei, the) t,
'.aying overnight in special suite ]
of the liner tjureu Mar* which
aaill for New York t M 15 a m
00 Wednesda)
High H-itlsh sources said Bal ed
hi. eighth trie to America since
1941. Chunloll wanted most of all;
Ul Ml up with Eisenhower a close J
o.l intimate working system like'
hi- wartime fnanil.hl.i with Pre*l- I
Jem Roosev!! Churchill was said
to feel the the one time war and
pulsing al. ance between thr White I
Mouse and Number 10 Downing'
Street had deteriorated. He wan!
to see it revived, nt least tome lat-
ter dat version of it. informants;
reported.
With the 78-vmi-oM Prime
Mo ,; war* hti .ife. hi* ihiugh-
YliTWOAY'- WLATHtf WPOR1
. it* :u
-^ -
Coiiihfaijrfsls Wa$B
Of "Consequences*'
For Zone Violations
IWWIl \.in\|. Dm, 80.
'pilK f'OMMI'NlsT uiniatice Ucged n "erieof Pannmnjom neotn] Eotu
viol.'itinns ainl warned <>l l*ftrioti*' < >ii - |n*-iii---."
\ i '..iiiniiitii-i I. n.t hi r>l.....I i bariea W.
MH 'arthi. of r.\. i ommand pIm " \
with nhelling i!
'enii- leafletK t\\ lee ii! ilif rtput ra\
-rveti Righta ' < K 1.....nf
A LUNCHEON
botioin of Dr Ala
EHrllrii.y (he A.'Ijt.ij
Dr. Bombard leave- ||
York and Tiaior

tan than even
I
York Federal Gr-nd Jur> wh*h Ut_My her^.u-band C".
Ml inflltra-
UmSm I mm ignition
Officer for J'ca
RING81 '
I .
Xancy Oakes
Weds Again
NASSAU. Bahamas. Dec. 30
Gold heireas Nancy Oak.., .ml
her hus<>and Baron Ernit LTaMra
Von Hovmngen Huene flew to
Europe for their hooeymoon fol-
lowing their wedding Monn ,
ught here.
In a solemn Church of EngUmd
remony the waddlllf went off
without a hitch ..I -
Church filled with anaff)
linos of |>e<>p|e crowded ,ill the
.ipprwiehes to the Church. Tlie
walk wat illuminated with Ian-
tern* and the Churoh a
fully decorated with
red Mbaawaj and yellow ,
'i'"ii of the colons S i
Itobeit Neville and Lu'i\ MpMUc
and Ihe families of the bffida ..' I
groom occupied fnmt .seats.
Quest* included sociall> prom-
moot friends from Britain, the U4i..
Canada and from Mexico. Count
and Countess Jean 1>.
Real, Doreen Feng daughter of the
Chinese Ambaaaador t.i Mi -
liar..ii .n!,i naronaai Can lx*r
Hoop >f LauaanaM, Barrlaarland
Bahamian guests inch. I
mg figures in Government, pul,-
tles and commerce. A reception
followed al Jacaranda. I^idy
Oakes* town house whn h
inkingiy decorated and Ulun
ited. Most of the Usu
hi the exU'nsiVe garden. A gi'eat Thl
uray of costly presents wrm re- tl
reived The couple. Ror UK 1 lot bell
tioneymoon in Europe will return OUtrlbul
to Mexico where they ;.re
Iht IN gave t.flimony
H m Judiciary Sui
.,,
aral .laraa*
Soames. Manil n of Parliament, to
gether with several -. cretar
ChurchlU1* dortoi Sii Hoge'
Maklns. new Rriii-h Amonssadoi
to the UnHi Bl m.iklng the
tourney to UH t'niled Stale-
aboard the - < > Mary < ^T
kali said thai WM rTMTVi) OkV
Cohn t. ihe time "^!^*nct,,l _,, ., _-.,_
Wnartgnaai reported thurchUi cone Mod hu affaln
on nve "-" *l"L" ,*C1-'1 cabuir' "T1"
ant W^ff'SL^K'^f!?
1|() t , him aaMaa and taforatawaai per-
rr-,. comment. |o """
ImmigratiM-. Qsn ih i
on arrival Bu iM stab lepart-
' ed 'would
..... Iumoii that
i I with the In BT 1 .. Communist".
I
l>ean CTUlM dm ''"' reluasaa
n.
ecn ng Anarkuu
the Bin raj ... tyment
'CP' t'.P.
UP.
Red Chinese Sa>
Jan. 1 Is l)-l)ay*
Hv VICTOR KRNDftH K
SBOUI Dot 10
Chinese Cnmmtmi bj ihr
Sniper Ridge aajetoi OH I Mir. thai
"genet
1 thl it m -i mda
Chuv
Id i>\ South Korean In th<
helicr that the ROKS would b.
pavcholo lea i
Wartiniqua
Prefect Due
In Barbados
Here To Supervise
Molasses Loading
.u.i drive wai -
i i i nt aav-
Eighth Ai i

; hoduled I i i
Iota i
Kfquarti 11
my tn

0e

Ltd., ColumU i1' i London, arrived hare
this nn bv B.W I A from 11 uudad to auperviai the
loading ol 2,1 Eanci molaiaai which ins firm is
i aflnlstrv ol food The molasses
all in the i>ial.
H
H A C

The Prefect M
I M Laigrcl is due lO
arrive in ii.iih.tih. thu mofnina
h> the t uImiMIi He leaves I .ter
'ii ihe day fin Jaaaaiea Aoaoni*
uanving him ..re M V*rger. his
I UUUfltar, Capt Iweapiun.
Ihe M lit.it (...I m.'l
ComrnandM la
Colby, Manager o(.''bief of Fiench 'i >..... la 'h*
i i Wesi tndlet.
Tio parts will be mei on bnaid
ov Qol R t HicheHn, Com-
ind Cap1
W it. it Arawtroaf
it: RawrilaeMJ iha icn Ooi
On landing. M '. liarel and al.
Mil call it OOVI
House and later thev will |ou1
Capt. Lespiau and Col
p .. Central Statin
i :

mg their home.
< I-
Syngman Rhee
May Visit Mfxin
TOKYO. Dec. SO.
(h neral Mark Clara, I i t.
I'.N. Commander personallv aua>
nested that South Korean Presi-
dent Syngmann Hhec visit Japjn
in an effort to smooth relations
between Japan and Korea.
Informed sources said the sug-
gestion was made last Octobei
..nd the Japanese Government n
i-omniaiideU thai
Japan next Monday lhe Official
..nnouncenient said onlv that
Rhao woi.id i
quartera ai c \ Commander'a
Ir%onal guest.
H >> ' K Japanc
Government officials tltthlarWHti-
tally approved the VMMl U1 theh..,i-
lhat it uould o(>en th-
diplomatic and eeonooiK relation'
1*1 ween the l .in-
ciarl
t> .i in. Conunandei operatoi^

tors in Japan, irouM >>. ^ i
eased if the two countries ironed
out their llliftsHlllM I I'
\ i
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Mi l x.i.,., i
:.
old in U

rpend verj
c
' a went
al lhe Ocean Vie*
liutel
South Korea Can
Supply Most Of
Soldiers Veeded
WASH IN
H
Korea
ig to u-e
more native He
!''
House Armed
I


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Iha
It said !'
in raise
IrTiuin" use of StXltl
BILL APPROVED
MEXICO CITY. De, 30 >
Mexican City approved an >''
corruption bill which would tareefCoi mitlM nada up of five
all Government officials to DUD- [ Dmoci
wealth i>oth before .ind jfter hnl !
ing public otllie CP> 'anat'.P.
From C ntral Suition. Hie part'
*il| visit the Dull II ill '..
Col J Cunneil. Msi 0 t C
A OSkei CornMandlna,
llegnu '. MaJ A. S
Warren and Capt II. R Daniel
Ma) R A Si.mte Daputv:^.
aaoar ol PoUes and capt- Jn"
Armstrong will then take the)
I irtj on .i drive through th"
country-sid returning to Oov-
12 30
lor lunch
-ii rafai
fuh
.
Clniittma* f..i in da
eniU-i HI
o fullilt n
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>" i"> A*
ae i ontlntM dpei
attacks at Snlpei
mi
but South (

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eeloi

til i
to the ma
while bill In i

Thl UN. fo
lor mi r pi I riot


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bawl in tin .
SI- et ..I :
aklhiiit) M
n. 100-o>lh
Mad rrea
n th. sraai
.;.
i r
^t 1230 p m in time .
M Uilgret and partv .11 if I tie StlVKS I till
n Ihe ship l.ter in the ^* /
------ | Military Hen
"Colour liar**
Strike Off
TAIPaW I .,,,
.M..rW-l t | .
cauieao KaUonaJHi .
itftfcharged
17 Arfeted
For Terrorism
liM.s Dm 10,
i .
i ei- oi the
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1 Hied N Ban ,,.,
Ift V i lie-M.m of ihe
I.. K.v ., ,in
4 > U pi i
raajoe, n Nea
i pai i I i were
p for p
i darmeru
P
:
hiding rifli
laenlor Red I
1 "in! (! .i

four tide i t i>e ra- I
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i
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K
oastotiatlon

bring ver>
R
nlgjht thai I
.I m ir
i

M i
i -i
Iropped
| id vm il
hundred peacefi
kille.i hi wound*

r |
mm; iS'i
-hot down thi. Allied pi .' < ii
Pon
I

i
neu1r.il /one Mil n
In i not. 1......i,.j thl Rf ,.
ihe U.H
tli.it Allied plane did n

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lei Ihen

tjon wa*
i" i.v ad ho thr*
..I i h
inn gt th- that the
Jap Premier
May \ isii U.S.
Tokyo :
rhp Tohj -.....
shimhHi.

. i
I ajauralfon
>--r-n>m'*nt
1 tioe problem*.
hs>
- with Mr. F.isen-
4 B "-
n II.-
I he would
e.k rued
I'llllCHl S'
SI
rorld Bank fa J .p;..
generation etrpan
l p
tl-,!

ir
on th..
'

"ik*. 30.
da> Cotan- Bau
Kii i
..t King, CroM RaUwu "' ''*"
- < ' ugg. t ''';'"
aotk wiUi. ..,ri).
t Indian changed their
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lO)
Mr I K COI.IIV
QoaVcJ Rica Joins
3 NEWCOMERS IN THAI)
liENEVA. Dec
nrnental Cotnnottei*
't'f'A II B'^rogMan migration, raisin
Conunmee-s membership
,, ,,_ ment
Ir .tin*
. Butler
neinU i :>;


PORT-OF-SPAIN
Tunidad's team to pla} In
in the Colony match Ogsanbuj After :i .

.
cad on Sunday evening. emp
Th- !''m Inch - aasd th. : u
stars, three of then.

.
in giving youth a chain e.
stars .,,.
Donald Ranaamooi. have just sei-
Ren K :
The i
. Jeffrey
Nvron Aigarah. Rupert Tan*- S>
choon. Ralph Legall and Lcnr.ox as batting would not i
it was annou;..
tral American republic tu join

Othai i
are Bra/.I Chile. Paraguav and

The announcement n-.:
"iti indej
Obaaa Riri
shows that this country q
- arould '>* '-
r.-nigran'-
ith f

.^iM from Jai
aii e UI nrip iht,i
...,t i! ill k l trau

('' I ' l.l I I |SM
,ie.i, snjj iirilghtetl when the
railway peeanoted him t., phun)
with its half gnu;. tl .1'.
his weekly eaffMj up to tfl ll.
Hut when he went t.. turl hti
new job M ' in. U|| nth- r
shunters stoppe.i joi-k They
>ked "why give the j.ot> \m a aol-
ured m%n when Bsogfj .re plMUjr
white man to do II '
The strike BJ
shifu Thu meant that
could eater "' laave the depot
-1 Messages were f,-ni ..i
" country tu stop
on their e*gg Loi don To-da
two trains at Hull with 150 tent
of fish for London were cane-
Aberdeen Fish Maikvt '
ed
Salmon Is a
National Union of Kullweymcn
-
arr opposed to ;,n> de-
againgj a coloured n ,.n Thi n >s
ation whatever for this
nun being prevented frwn taki"g
a rob to which he la. c
titled."
The Union tried to persui't*
l'he shunters to return la
farm- I its organiser went to the dei in"
cht to reason with
to
abroad who w...
Ma oemmand .
Mat
i-e engaaod in
or bj lpG)( N l
oth.
'
aaribed ih<
ii. K*:" '
Nauc- i
** .eaparted t., mean
[of hun.li.
; inoi r hi
lunisti ii is
aagead
oral* and -..... l|
rwo montl
ami eif) I
i-iiapiil;'.i iiv ,. i
l
" oat il l hlai i hing-Kuo
elatme'i
g'*iii......
killed in

General Chlai Km. who
chlel r the
N
.. -i
l^erM-t Nat lot
Inland 1
3to \ Ulaga u
,IT Ihe China I'.P
i ii'll.mil \\ .iiit
Kriiirn uf Seven
EeSCapod i :n- H.V.i | ,i
Holland ipproach Allie-i
lo try to pi
i..
Wteh war erli
II l.lgl lllll,
A Dull I
1...I, iid a I
. n*
Miller AIU

rlminal i

iCami
nt
,'
! no aa
...

\ot Enough I'naiptt
Replocenwnii
[YJKYQ Dai M

In iha rai I
, .
......
, ti,. Fat
i 'i
1
Frontline trooa u i.
11 -. tod i the i
Tin- annoui bnoreaaad
i arderod be>
i
tump* ..I.1 n combat
I
t. '! -ii i redit afore trw
home
I p
Mr. IVmiiaii ITh;-.
7%. Efodgfll
w imiNC roif, d
it haa be-
I ium.
i -
ra
Th" ; u teraM
I
cetim ite f. ,: about


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s7a.aewo:'...i i ,,, .
ta.ono.ooo.03n
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DM .

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1952 Strike In' S
Itiiu^hl IdlettM
was. i -in
The yea i
I
1-eriiKl



1
ileneaa fr..m
'
Ihe tB-
iif 19*6. the
aorta
IM w.i the
of CIO
< i i
Italians Capture
\orcoties Chief
ROM! Dec. >
gents claimed
I
.
torso,;
1 -law of to.
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:-rth at l<-at $'
ro-xivnr
,M
t I-
.......n II i urei
t roaeni tinder .
lit) to the Union"and to w..rk '>*
Rica are expected to tfsrt m 'He nlong'lde *ihunt*T StOpher I
near futut, I P from Jamaica
Import Gantroh On Mili
wasic. |
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mark*-*
monev in itv pi
Al th .'.
Bnnni.1
Got


til It
>IOIU.\\
2 Ol''ll'Sf S'JlS
I i.r Miinin.iis mnsi. ihtoogSaal 111,- j
niiihl
Tnrkay'Chldwa m SUali i\mwt
-t*r\<<,l from H lo 11 |i.Ml
BtiHM il 'in IbM
II VIS! IIAI.I now
NOI-.I >I\KI IIV
l.i :rfft I'll V' \ Vr.ir
DINNER
DANCE


p \r.r T \ 11
HAKBALH \l>\l,( \ll
mDMBSDAl 1'UtMlini :i m:.j
ijto# Caltinq
H
Acting
.UN Turner.

an informal visit

met on

l i iatge. who
....


I ll-tn >(l|. I), AUm

A r IV UVw/.-r
II
Ira. Eric Si ren-
lp OtMM from
. .

hildn n Ole .....i
*^MBB*s I Hotel.
1 M i

. Mi Sore) -
* I. Importers i
Oft* W MR iti.l Mn. C. II SprU-k sr-
'
for b Sroek'l hoUdsij !
two cinid-
d with the
I Camda In Vm-
t'rmn Sni-tr T<- Sun
IBMRY .1 MORGAN from
' I m who was in
i 'ears afo.
OH Monday
I ll nil MJ nl -i r.|
i.ml. !!. led by hi
: that lie w

1 nii RirminfthBn

Mores
rtnn Hold
Ifi'tilliTs i:/iri*lmti*
ON Ball rd night, Um
..i tbato
friends -.o a Christmas Party il
. V
Arnold Ul
lOSM Hill.
B
prizes *rti to the win-
ners.
Kind l,. be
ill v irflar
with lour-
M i
oi
the
I rum \rnr:ut'ln
Dlt. Hi Dupuy,
i i ident, Manigvi .i1"'
ii > \ netotann dr
CMdMO, nrnved r.n Sunday by
......v. un .i two-WWI .....Id*)
visit, lie was a<
,.jl, jnd they are quests at the


DM QABRIEL MONO ADO,
M U mst of Cara-
.. ..n .inival hv
lima sjussi
i'lub.
by I..A.V. on
6nday Included Mi. c;*org*i Mc-
bsb I an Accountant with the
| p r .m Corporation,
C|i m u Hi i mm over to
spend two Weeks' holiday, and was
accomp.it > iiidthin*
liiL!rAi. Tnej are also guests at
itu- Aquatic club.
/ >. Sir, k hmhr
LEAVING for Tin IdS 1 OB Sun-
.1.1.. |.y ll.W I A H hi WSJ
'I: : \ i ..it..I i.i...
Mi rrad Koenli
Imki-r who mi here lor tho
Christmas imlui.it > .i*. , ,. ..-i .'
the St Lawrence n itel Hsj wni
|i.iiiii illrmfnl /A,,./,/,/'.
U iaWtnj
MM I T (.IllHES. merchant
."nnda returned home
riiornmg I It \\ I A
B
budos as iiueal of Mrs. and Mrs.
I). I) Johnson ;,i Sprncem Pisn-
huren,
Mi Olbbes arrived bar* on Sat-

his daughter Cynthia and Mr.
I
Catholic
Church.
f't.r Imlrfhiilr Sti;v
Mk and Mrs, T. iiimiaf,
ongin.illv (rottt England, but
living in South Africa
in Barba-
dos for an IndsflnMo stav as
irk Hotel. They
arrived here on Monday morning
l It W I A tr m Trinidad after
ii .veiled i-nt than from
South Africa in the mv tiange*
i
Unit visit to Barbados. From
i.i u' tin sspei t tu go to
i.......i-.'
!' r I it'i ll'i.l'
ARRIVINt; over the wevk-eTtd
l> UW I A from Trinidad
'.nolly and Mr. P.
Davej engine en of U H O.T.
They have come over for two
,'iliday which thev are
spending as guests at Cacrabank
Hotel.
Originally from the U.K.. they
i ban living in Tumdad
i, over as "* ConnoUai
tpenl 3'7 rears bi Veswauala with
the Sh.n tfore I nig on to
vhlii Mi Davay was
|y In Borneo fOUl
th the shell Qrous
I. iMfMJM
rpilK enuagement was annovinced
on Cii.i^im.i Evs betwoan
-, '.;
i ii Branch ..f Claybury
Pin St John and Mr Hal Co*
^tn of Mr and Mr- DorhM Ook
of "South Winds'. Maxwell Coaal
r gfewl ///' family
MR. A. J. STOLL who came
-uela on
Bundaj by i- a. v. a i ..I..:,iin. on hLs
way bock to Venezuela.
Mr. Stoll came over to meet
I.Is wife and family who arc in-
traniit on the Coloavblr from
Rtr spending a holiday.
S 11. . i. 'f s i.i unbt
Mr. Stoll Mid that he enjoyed
.!. iii n.irh.i.i.. ., .i
guest at Accra Reach Cluh. Bocfc-
iev. and plans to spend his next
aaVC here
CcMjlTOfattafrcMM
/-"flWSBATUI^TlONS to Mi
John Moai ' "i Mr. and
Cm \]... l Fills' Village.
S' IiMK" who ,.lebratas his
Mi iHithd..'. to-dU anil
also i Mm Monies W* ki 4
Collefe Savannah, St John, who
celebrates her btrthd..-. H dgj
lu.ik h'riuM Triniilail
RETURNING fron Tnnidatt
\. t'iday morning by
II.W.I.A. were Mr. and *
i ii- gsmianoii <>i Beeyum,
Nnvy G.inlrn
flni Trip
Lravinc. for Trinidad >y
B.W.l.A. ycsteiilay nioiiun"
was Matter Robert BUnpoon, iob Of
Mr. and Mr*. Jack BlmpS0 "'
Marina Cuden--. Christ < huroh
H ng to s|i<-ncl two weeks ill
Trinidad with BUperintendanl ud
Mrs. I'alon at Military Quartt-
SI. James. Trinidad.
.This is Robert s first trip out ef
the island, lie will return in turn
to begin next term at Lodgl
School.
STARS AND YOU
........v *t I- MIUHSIP
.....9..... I ...H.-'.ir.. U-nd
. .1 ..>, .i. hum
.....I-', a- I.......i i*iiill
i i mji. r i i~ miMi
-..ui.ii.. i .... .hmiirt be good
Ihu pniu.i B>- miiii'ii
.T>t*> II. I..
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II M 'I
,.,1 -Ud ii.wd comnmn
M ! 1'ip
.
I .l..mlil .lutt* poMlbl*
ii i i i iCaaawif*<>m*
nw/d) tio'ii
We '' '"
W1*n Ttir** my b ' ni
ii i u m .i i n i >-><>
Hmt ilk* nv*

i i*i)t i. vi,..H ua-U.-c for nsi't aiaUan
v, ,.i -i i. -i ill Mm '< -.tri-

*'i I IIO
ta m tom.* H
hi. ".Hi Mai tmtid>
lh-IIj illllr"if
om i mi.i: n i. mm in -I icapti.
f*i li m tompii--. iHilltrriiu' 0
M Irrl -I ppin* |.
I CMS iimilul. ..ll.rr. are Ki.Kinl aood
UM .> Oirlr Ulriila (,f,
i\si*\* -r i. ii am \a -
tqmri... II >.m i|..nl i. ,1.1 .it v.,.. ..ui n.Ii.r MbnUnlUl
. :> I UI hiindi-
...
Illial \*H I I* MMO H ? iCIirtl'l
n.crU n da* in p*M bul
(.., Own who Hi
in Ml *hfii i.plxiltunllV .
MS, inulr

RM TO HAY are a *aMy
.i,ti ..,,,1 -.hiloxiph)
si. rtag in mnaSinl -..> ni tmiui l^r-
rhina aici>n-l >""U V> an i>i
. .Ublr -I.I,- lo i
'"'" >-;"

\/l-r Om BWA
LEAVING today for Jamaica
\... Tr.mdad by ihe Celeasbie
foi a further holiday ar<
Ml M VMal from Vaneouve.
lombU. Th>y have been
holidayn-h
a* gufets at the Hatting* Hote'
and said they had a very enjoyable
From Jamaica Uicy expect to go
i.. New Orleans and then I-..
Angeles before returning home.
Mr. Vidal Is a retired Civil Se, -
vant of Vancouver.
On llvnrymiMUt
IN BAUD A DOS on their holey-
moon are Mr. and Mrs. Jamei I
W. Prudhomme who were recently '
in Venezuela.
Mi 1'rudhomme. a Grenadian, |
has been working for the past 24
yoars with the Veneruelan Atlantic
t ompgny In I*uerto La
Cmt. This is his iir t I
island since he left it in 11*18 after
reeelvmg hit education *t Harrison
College
H- wife. Ihc former Mitt Gladys
Pietri. is the daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Pedro Pietri of Puerto La
Cruz.
Mr. and Mrs. Prudhomme are
gue~ts at Accra Beach Club. Rock-
ley. They expect to return In Sco-
tembcr for tix weeks' holiday.
Wnrriril ) i-'lvnlay
MISS HELEN I'lIXJRIM. daugh-
ter of Rev. and Mrs. A. C,
Pilgrim of Mount Tabor. St. John
left Ihe Island yesterday morning
by B.W.l.A. for Tobago via Trini-
dad to be married the same even-
ing to Rev. Dsarafe i,, 1,1 tft4bodii
Mini ter of Star borough. Tobago.
M PUgrli rly a tcach'T
at Ihc St. KitU Grammut Bchool
Aeek here with her pa-
rafltl She is .1 sistei of Mr. S.
Pilgrim, who is at present teaching
at the Bishop High School. Tob.ig >
Carltnti'* Utwcr
MEMBERS ..f Carlton Sports
Club are having an Old,
Year's dance tonight al.thl
jhiviliou which was ojiened SV-|i- I
tember 22. This is the lit si time
( arlton have staged an Old Year
dance at their headq.ua!'.
tonlfht'S party promises to Ik- ..
gay affair
Dancing begins at 9 p.m. and
..infinites through until 6 a.rr. I
New Year's morning. Costume
Parade is schedule! for 11 p.m. I
and prues > ill be pie'cnli
U alto bt
door )>n"
HUM Vinit
MR and MRS BARON B.
FLOYD Of Texas. V S \ .
.vl.. aw* been living in Vene-
/nil.i fm the |,.r! live Mat ant
bsg*h again In Bsrtxtdos on thtb
UUld vlSli and .lie |U*
i i anh
M Floyd is an engineer with
the tupartoi Oil Cetnpuny In I
Caracas and will be leiiuuning
fm two week while hi wif.- is
spending month. They are both
rii.ii BoJferi ud have already!
) layad i...... funs si tbs Rock-
ley <;->ir and Country Club,
Short VHU
VISITING some of tne islands
in the Caribbean on holiduv
arc Rev. and Mrs Paul Smith ol
the ISA Thev arrived on Satur-
lay by B.W.I.A. fioin Grenada on
shoit visit and ar guests ,.f It. v
ind Mrs. L. L. Miller of "Eden-
iii' Bank Han
Buck To si. tmcia
AMU. DAVID MASS1AH. Eng ..
> oar, of ihe Roseau Company
Saturday moming i,v b.w.i.a. af-
lat pondlni tWO weeks' holnlav
with his paients. Mr. and Mr*. R.
M Ml -i.,h f s-in Hill. St. James.
He n accompanied li
AU.i travelling with the Ma.
Man a u their brown bull mas-
tiff puppy Judy '
Listening Hours
R O V 1
Opening Tomorrow 4.20 A
HI", p m r"l ron'.lnulni dally
Double Attraction
Vtomeesn
LIM lUtMK ^H
mow nBSBi
Zl&b
--.-/:,>. t, mm
r-atai vn Mirwa -1w , it;

Gay
garters
Germ'.
Student bodV
Through
College'
TUf CHEfKLCAOf R o> Mujimi Ev< HTHMIHH n*M WunerBROS I
-;"^viacmw __rohau __ginc
Mayo Reagan Nelson
DON DEFORE PHYLLIS THAXTER PATRICE WYMORE
IOIIAV WITH ALL FUN ANDMUSIC.I45S830PM
ami Caatuudnf iiah.v i Uao khiiiw 2.:io p.m.)
IEANNGUlESC0
--.-LOOISLANTZ
It... If':,
PETERS HUNTER v'
II it
WHO
D I A 7 A BTOWN
KLAZ-A (Dial 23I0|
Secret
WANNI* BDOI
CORNEl MIL SIEVE
WIDE MAIDEN COCHRAN
-;-.::-: :........9
IOOA1 445 a 8.30 P.M
ml i .nli.nun. dally.
PLAZA
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HAKH Mil 1 >
(Dial 5170.)
MTU
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Utlrncii- CtMke, -
Up ar.d Pi.-,
mm J in R \rwi rron,
l.iHan. .11 p m (.-..in,,, ow Wnl
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Ha. .- of Uward. 10 ,, ,
W IS pm r>.i-i UM ..,
r m Nr* Vat Hrioap. 10 m p.m Tha (
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4
u'c visit om crsTo.mKs ,\\t> maws
A Prosperous
New Year
iiiiim rm: (CUEtGSJOBW AND staff of
T. R. EVANS
nv; (/..so hope to nut: the pi.ex.si he
or savmc rm again i\ 1933
A New
Shipment
Of
DIAMOND RINGS
Y. lie l.m.\
A tO.. Ill)
20 Broad St
and at >
Man nc Oaidens.
P
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m liia.. M -.
SHE'S WORKING
HEU WAV THHOUGH
COLLEGE
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HAVO iii v.. I
M dl p*c" Timilr
III ( K IhlVVIl,
roMi iiomi
i.i \i k nvar
in. DURVKA
fiiun -
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-ii 11 hot a
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IVKIIM.l I ll\'. N
OPERATION SECRET M ... 1. M HMO fOOk nu win i i W.. rit. nil mm Thur. S(. BIG JIM M tIN i Da ibh II IM.I HI M (, All I.I. BOAnwa
tSJ n *s ruAstai 1 KI MIOM \ Itlll- Thurs Spial 1 to M VN.....i 11 \ \ l\ Ol \ .....I'll
BAJUARBCI DUTIN n..1 aiM
KOOII 11 I 111 1 I KI %
BEND OF THE
RIVER
mi vim/
nu oihoi \ Kin
Hlap .ii-
Uniw
Manr.an

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woi.m*s
M .1. - ;
.notibl~
lliiil Abbott Jb
l.ai (
Uiinuil Doul
ll-'noH cm
RAGING TIDE
i nww, in
TIKKII.iHI t,
11 .i torn * i
Ml......"
CATTLE DRIVE
l Color l
s' rfess
....
than atnckwill
ffleoer too
late to fete
DANCING
9 p.m. 6 a.m.
? limn Prize *
TONIGHT
Rrnrw old a*uUjinljiic
m.ik.- ni- one* ...1
K-.ll> Injo,
ynursplf In Ihe
friendly and
liifnrm.ll
Oartt >
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lor old ilni- ukl
tl M In || I'.irltoit
and It "ill nsror
h- lto Ute llh
n ii' Is from 3 p.m.
'till ii .i m.
:
IN* I II
T R FVANS (WHITFIELDS)
t iM It ^ 11ri STORF
I
I
I
I
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GIANT MID-NIGHT SHOW
AT THE
GLOBE CINEMA
TIIK CABTBBEAN NIGHTS TROIPK" itiml
A THANKSCIVIN'Ci SHOW III' m:,2
DonT Miss Tins Sketch
THE l'AKSON MISBEHAVES
'caturint; Artistes-------
rilih Itu, Slim JIiii. lire Fly. Mr Eddie II.ll
ien.irilu lleliira.e. I'r.mler Merlvn Kollnek,
r'l.ini: Siiiit'er. Ilillon Springer
Attraction: THE IV C STEEI. BAND
THE CHAMPIONS OE 1952
tamembar The Lul Show Hundreds Fail to
Cain AdraJ
Mm I S;ll 21. Huns.. :l. Hideous IS 11, x l.il
FRII cilr'TS TO THE POOB TO NIGHT
Bhaa BUHl Al 12 |, in. Sharp
THIS AN OLD YEARS MIDNIGHT SHOW
+ l.iisiiiiiii' I'm .nil:
ailh
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CARLTON hZT"!
WOW OMH M.M1SS1IIV SIM
__ "Si
OLD
YEAR'S
NIQHT
AT CLUB ROYAL
BALLOONS. NOIU NAR i ttC
\\r *ro plrjsrtl | jnnoumr
MIC. \ltp 11 11 H IM
_______DANCE $1.00
NEW YEAR'S EVE DINNER
HOTEL ROYAL
Dec. 31st. 1952
31st.
m m
< Bsateed Krd Brrm
\-pir i-u
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( hlllnl llnv
Frird nyksn FWi
n B'mr'hp*
\nrk II
rS BBif l-addlni
ha Fl !tlrr
I
llr-SM-d i
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Braised I at .. r reek
I i : ;
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Rkp I".. tll;n -
- PotaUM-s,
nih-ii ('ru-h'-il
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riiim PskMsnr, Hard Sf-ssransl] Isa
Uvition OOSSS Min.r Tlfs
( atJSNI a U Ro>al
Mlxi-d Nats
Gold J I .., HI AsSCr-lFd Swrrl-
III-ml Tw
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n last .
lime*, (.olden apple*
IBMBI the

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Skeete, Din
ithlv note* <>' the wot .ring the montn
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let-fly. green leal mental MHlini Plan, m
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1 ,tir can
:
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n th. 2nd 18th and 22nd I
N .as .t during the month irom vsrtouj

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M.irk tin SoflttaM

am a 1
1 r $618 27
The name is-
FIRESTONE
the rind.
. 78 Inehcs Members .if the extension staff
ittva Officer
month
' >l fur |h ,
: ponding i>er.od (m IM I ( nmpclilit:,.*
The An tour com-
ceni aauoa with
bcr, IBS?, .il ;- t IcultUTul uiid In-
11 *'' Inch .-.lion look pim-r
lion Oftlevr and foi tht
ol si John and the lowest wut n.nn w*re as follows.(a) S
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Departn \
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McEnearnev
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ph. 4493
I St. Li

Oi.'.onu P* pi
Ml
a 1 loi Ihe Central
livestock Station, the -
BntomC"
NHi ok*
a iv-.mi of raru iwq
lloidingt. jnd idi Cotton Piou i' **f* cotopl
>UKJr ,nr .,,.,,. ,hr p..,,,. ,>, ; s.. d the I* -
h npsetoi and the ctiad partoiew ' \- ''
l with the rail A*, .cullui.il In- onscd :
Ltaf Anaiysli lAsjricullural
l/rou iitl.i, m||. Chaw
ilcUd dun,,, th. month T,. V?,,.."^.^

far. It
are a- u


..lyils (CulUvalH
1 thtoe in connection
< >fflcer 1
it!"-* > iXS^'ptanii^oruS-flKa m ..:
Accord stun
under the a ijai < ana < \
1937 (193T -7. ihe to!
of can to I
tions in IBSS is 35.B8J 1
made up of 10.454.10 ..
canes and ZS.528.3S ratOO
Kinds. The aereage to 1
in 1B53 is 257 18 leu than In 1952
|B
plant oanaa and an
: H20.7I acr.s of ratoons,
iat m in the third, fourth
nd iiith ratooos. To the total al
35.9R2 15 acras to be reaped by
muil be added the
11.111\ atorj
which Is estimated to be 8.500
acres, making j grand total jf
44 482 19
The Initial aaUjnat*- "' '
M Noyi
rrop
iddilioit
h .i^ ca
plai bad on
SUIH in
So-N (Agncul'i
v,
'..-11..:. Eoton
n
IVrty-lwo out ol
threi* MM

.in.1 tornatoas
There wai tot.il of 119 head
uf hvostoxk M the *ix Station*
\ ... mhci ThesJ
ol miu were prefaced ^,fr?n",Md1u r.^Au Vor
-' *....." -"m ^ fJSot^Sd^p ; .
paid for at Ihe "*. qulcl
.. followsbull* for Potash_dete-m.n..t.on
' 49. rani and boars undp
7-'. nuiking 1 lutal of 401 for the
Thirty sample^ Of imlk wen'
Kntomolotical -.ul>ii io. Ihe Centra
uii cl?aln .." s,i"1
-riting i>f paraana bleeding units ^" "*
ilana 10
U ft'C.
.
makes
total ..f II.IT0.U in mt

Hi .i :

,.,. recorded
I ruguay'Pays
First Visit
For Season
Payim
ihe
I Iruiuai"
1 rvfmai on ol th thre
ota | ol l ir_shiptthe othr
itigation.
Milks
nrjiii which
hen U
1 IrasjojilaMi hit'; 11
lanuai t ''
l miu 11 t
ilia al I had rUu Ma

1 nl
S IHHIl I
II

fat
month Of 4 2T.
cent.
p 1
in
s NF
The I'm and
1 wing '"
it, ^rtrtTrS^nd'a SoTnjp s 'sir^
,hrr^d,t.r'^,/;;,
. aaw worm -!. ...lie... i
iths and the , tlm* ol harvaat " nsUosw. and ." u-ing exam-
time or hanest. ., ,-th, r ajw of
A cUi.. (Mtrjsites introduce*t tlQRl aHlptrvtalon >' 1 lart" on Iha _
icreages of plant cane and 1 1 .ted for control raentaitrucUol
< ba barvaatod b> planta- ol corn ear worm have become orator* ;it Colei lg< Parry aM
9 acres) in th. -a- esUbUabad In Um Um
rloua parMhrs of the I'land duiuig txs '"'' ' pclures on Iha * * Wi
\g gfvari 1 tunaxaiw earlier in t5i Biamanurj Ooneral iciaoo
ATarel
the
average fat eontenf
Pal
Octobei 11
November 4 8 8.8
Department of Kdm ution
npirki l
ouac in ptap-
.-1 t., ih.
.. Bj '>" o/clot rat*
Ih 11' -a. no parkuiK pa-
tl .- i% iha '
percentage* of plant .am '''^
an) ol the teavtar rau
ai tnt. p, 1 .'!' pplicatlon of thi* chemical
"1 *il new
pi.nit 1
U 1
en by the Oowarnmant *
t.. Hani ant arj 1 achars at the,
si tw Qlrla1 Bchool i" ra- .
hprlligliiil que.il n. in In
tioli
t OI.OMWI. COUIM.
tuUmiUe al '
perl da] on has
I
I
. .1., let
t before returning t.>
1... al agenai tig U
daenMa are u M Jone
ajaO agents fi

A I
Summary of Acreaaen of Cane*, to If harveMed In 153. from Hsldlm* ml more Uun 10 aere.
S. Michael
oh. ch,
s. Philip
1
s. John
B Jo j !
I
B Luej
s. Tnomas
Sixth
Mini r M S ond Third fourth Tilth Eilhlh
Cairn Ulttc-ins Hat am It 1 -. lt4tl..'lls ind 'IVnlh It.it. >
B1I2 89 62 IT 170 17 M M 81)1 4 tilth
I.5M.25 1 .MJ.W 1 INI T IM 75 11 a 17 50
.. . M 50
1 ilium .111.24 123 34 3 50
1 1.005 02 71)0 25 25.74
1*731 1 ...... llli 57 120 20 11 50
M | . 1 571 00 :ill 25 50.75 It .00
Mi M l'J7 50 41 Ml 6 00 till'l
1 '. 483 25 170 75 34 50 5 00
82'.).H2 251 71 9 72
. 901 00 71.7 25 251.75 27 00
10,451.10 .1 ., |.., ...1 4.593 29 1 MO M 111 2i
IVrrrnla*.* of SiiK.tr I'.n..
jrl.llrs ti
Varttts
B4T101
II 41WH
I. 1 i.ci
.\t.v...l
apai in IMI
71. 1
I 24

IVasnnt AKfieultWN
limd Imps .mil (lardcn P.M. (,. Op.ralii.ii
iKwa.malnUiri.il tu.,., ,1,,,. um,, .,:
. .:,.
. . ronlroUIng MM l.- J."
. ..,. N...,.... 1.. 1
. .,1. ,..,-. 1 ul.11.ilti.t t. ol ni:i-i.'i.~'
,,. ol ,,r. Bi.l. ..-.I K
. ., cant laad araanal* whWk *
1.11 I - po- .- <> Con ' .
--------- 1 it ..M.I1.-1 al th umaa! "" -' '......; '','"
loom ..... ,.,......dm.....1 s,.u'-i>. and i
---------------- by Ihc Ocpaili. .1,1... lion willi Ih. on
Iha O
,:,-i ,.,. ... in,- Can .
ipreaidedalapul
Plaid aa wall a. anrrirn vatv Ih. Stl lhat nearly ln| aponaorad hy th. Po
'" '. 'nil. lii-iwi. -1111. w,iinii i C'cjisumarr aV
which Ml .liirinr the hu, Ip ,,. , kl|,, \,, 11.,, 1 Arn 1
w.i 111 >ocd uppl) ..,.-,. . movl 11.11' I .......
on tha th local co-01*
* "'"'", Wiiotl Anl Conlrol '*".'
'rowillK Wl-11 -Hi I q-,|-.| i,.,,,,.,,,,,. IrvalmnnlK VclopniCIlt Ih Btltl
V nTad* O?" "-:- evened >> n !-
, ,..: 9oc-2 .
' "-s k,M'm uria.do houses dunng November .-o-t ueratora derived gre;.
markad ,, ...,... u, ,mdcnu m * :,<",, " discussion, -r i

a leOoa ------parai I
HoUniral
i| ..rk in sugar cane
Orova B) iha -"he
\>i of th month B5 Unierns were Si
ralna' >' ml cultlvatoi
1
'luring the
Cotton i -Bun but
. ...
M IIOONI Ks IIM'.IMMI
been u-
1 ilnti 1 i< centlj Am
l.-iriK Iha Fraaklyit l> R which
begun I
TV)1aI '
tJvei H.
_^ _^ otbera li ivu betui repainted
TW Ihi Mart M I eU and
1 meiii.r 11 I'd 1 Ibea
:
I British 1
Mary M 1-rwi- | -
:i wll
.... I Tin 111. -
< I1.11.T. W Smllh ..oil Ihe
, it, 10 llanirl WhUlaker have
The lalti i latl on
H 1 the Fi-hinu 1
I ranee- Smllh BlUI In l>i<
1
:i h;-. ::,
UBL MPA

I
-II .

( 11 1 wit!
......
' i In on -
el which la co

\ itton
I MO\ll\(.
The untoeduu <>t si"1
:tmued yet* I
I I
iK-ipi nt trip, la and men h a
..... .11 harbour In p
the s..nurn... T. 111 |nal i Una/
Sunanv lln. ta> I'raaprrUr el iha
Una UM t'aaadlan
CiaUrr ..nil the iiiolor Ship Daila
I '
(BARBADOS) LTD.
IMPERIAL CHEMICAL (PHARMACEUTICALS) LTD.
(o/rtpun., ol t'tptnal Chenn. I
(Dwr
C^uictiitc
llbl)(orl)ott
Moy happinasi and good
H.allh b. youn Irooogh
cut 1953
MANNING & CO., LTD.
THE CORNER STOKE
S.5-.:S^'fl!!3V.*..WS^
I
1
ne te
Reyistratioii
Knti rpri


i
best rate-., em-
:*m:*- y o a r
tri.rl fund* al
our caovrnleiitl*
Hri.lc
tooted
4
1 < '
Hr.1.1 li
One piece creations by
Model Mode of form-flatter-
ing Swimsuits in Lastex.
Sizes 32 42 and price
ranged from $13.12 $28.11
Beautiful colours and colour
combinations in a choosy
rangeFlame. Royal Blue.
Lime and Med. Green. Gold.
Orchid. Black. White. Tur-
quoise. Silver Grey trimmed
black Orchid trimmed mauve
and Blu trimmed white.
THE ROYAL BANK OF CANADA
A number oi designs Flame. Sea Gull.
Sorrento. Merdream. Temptation, and the
Mermaid packed in individual plastic
Beach Bag.
Geo. Sahilv & Co* Vta) Ltd.
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BARBADOS APVO. \ I I
wn.NT-ins DW . w
Barbados^ advocate NEWS I IIOJI IIIIITAIX AIM ENGINE DOWN ON
'--------'......"f--------1 l' V -1 . I I.....s
HUM! flWHlll' Wnhmrfajr, Doffcw 31. ltS2
HOI SI III II ll\4.
'
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td It
.. | ....
H
Hirer this year vista
uiica and Pueii .md not
*
. <'..
iili the
Point Fotti technical i
i to Bel bsdo I :
ernmeni The prehminan I
i
...
. plan '>f open
....
Mes* i
..... i
;,isi in. nth i : M' ran ciama and
that heads "t dopartmanti n*i i
:- ..
tion about se:l-;ml ImiiMi
vtow <>i tin fad ihat Mr.
: '
might to have provided nifllclenl Informa-
..I rations d> I
the vlail ! i
i the two self-aid housing expert
runlttee to adi
net appointed until diu li r
' ol tho expert* .ind for the li:>'
time during thai visit the ;
etts in St. Lucj wae vialted and
inspected by snmc heads <>f the <\> \
meoti represented ",| ,llr eommlttco.
M the departure of the e\j
in November It was agreed that
Manager of the Housing Boed i
construct two pilot hou
by the Comn
This week a K>cally maflul I
mal.mi;: machine commenced to maki i
erejti lot the two pilot hou-.
Um Baj Batata Meanwhile tin- G a
taj appointed to adviee on tell aid ha
has continued to hold meeting! and i
tacts have been made with individuals Ln
the parish of St. Lucy where thi Brat
chesne li to be attempted.
There has however been no olftciaJ
announcemenl from the governm< 11
the mdiviiiu.ii or department which will
be responsible for the implementation o|
the scheme. The indications are that the
i inmcni having sent Mr Lathley to
BBS self-.nd housing schemes in the field
an reluct.mt to give him full responsibility
for the pilot scheme at ClinckettS. ITie
suggestion to start a pilot scheme al
CUncketti appears not to have originated
with the Manager ol the Housing B
but with the Social Welfare or some
government department. The Housing
Manager is not himself head ol
department but acts under the Instructions
of the Homing Board Unfortunately
of < on the Hou
Board Mr l. II Adam freojU*
absent from Barbados and the mestll
the Board garnetimei break up Inn
lack of a quorum.
The tell aid bousii
ing it would appear before the govsn
baa decided upon whom reaponaf'jllit) for
the pilot scheme is to reel That i real
pity. Mean I Ian la an I Hat have
only two months to spend in 1 L*t
and the Incidence of the vesti i i
during the Brat fortnight <>( theii
cannot but handicap the commence!-.
the el mi Aw try < an hardly be asked
tO appoint a self-aid liai fl :illl It
is certain of the personnel ol 'is own
vestry, The Initial propagai da I
necessary must therefore be conducted by
an a. (I | i ( the central government
the idea, of the Social Welfare !><
mont and ol the Hou Board ma
coincide with the views of the Hou
Manager whom the government aant at
the tea expi to gain Hrel hand
experience ol self-aid schemes Already
tin- government may be criticised for
allowing the date of the sell-aid h<
experts' ai rival to have drawn BO
without having commenced the \i
educational campaign without whit
scheme cannot possibly .succeed
Self aid housing in not a new D
Cheap houses nor is it an Sasj a/Sj tO
acquire a house It meal that a man must
not only help to build his own house but
the houses ol Borne tout tei n oth<
It means that the work must be done at
inconver.ii a
ing and 1st*
period. W ince of
what the schec.i | brOU
to cvcrvoii .
propaganda will I A yet the
iriiment is Btl i up its mind
upon whose shoului: full ri
for the pilot scheme Bhou I real
it does an effective p'
car.not be carried


I
1 1 I ir.pe
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And It .
mlquc i:n
le Making doU U
( ".rro li In that the impli-


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I
Britain lo-
'
had n -
I. ip, even
work tor
1
i .

n uimust unl

i

. -. impossible.
tog, which '"'

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in 11

than with
I . in vain,
rhc animals' Uiroati and lungs


he Do-
.i.imaU B*'r i
hf r hus-
h! .' what he
'
I band and *H>
itwaen thtm-
ncf of a fat itcrr was ' Runci-
i .
I : 200 All the :
iur- though when Lor-l
t, qU 'hat vonicti. aa well as mn.
Si ottkSj ihould i"
l\rd-Cr Karkrf
The big usad-r. i
, : i is dy-

';.ing on the home mar-
A FARM
RTIfs HEADLINE
BREWERS
tXHIBlTlON
ll,'hi tret ihumpln
I .. "> i.i.hfrd.'"
ket
At the end of the war. whin cars
were difficult to a l
rr.eans of dlspos-
inp of their motor* 'sironM-hai.d"
fir above COtl i
Thm lh) ::d-hand
..iTBd.
twelve monuu
m slumped. The prices
.f a second-hand 1"*
I M hun-
i!T(l Mxiinds to aciiiid 360. A
ucond-hand 1940 Vaiwliall 1" U
down bv i I EST2
models have
dropt.
The 19 Vanguard has lini^
ed from tiw:> to ESOO; !> 1"*H
Morris "O" from C1MK1 to C0
nwo used -ars will t*U
K
With bus ff K"l"K UP H 'll
innn be CW
uu tii afovk.
P.. -;:e-.| Job
The worid^wlde broadeaat of
j mi Cor i ''li will prob-
, i... || B B i :.
.1. to the iuiil,
; London rcatauranta. Oni* .. ,
MUbUahmeni u tarvini cuts About 250 eommantab
lue rosetteat j obs< rvers will be on dul>. in
prlc,. i ,.ins.. udditlon to the broadcasts in Ena-
bsh. M given In si
the M Btl David lanauages.
jnd able And sixteen or seventeen tele-
rOUant lawyer In VWoa cameras will be set up at
. in .. court vanUs* polata.
of li.W l> iin oi. '"v sun1.
use 11 v.. "'id lektvli i* ei i will
i rate wrtoui
. :. N ' '
0| that wtU hundred
..,.,. sound WavltlOil .irculU.
jiits of UM ceremony
* Which .ii televised will be rc-
. vi. i . rolortau eordaA Tha tHMla will I
Immediately to all COUntrtca with
I i bv- T V I- I 1
New Ini|iliiisis On Britain'*
Military Aircraft Procluclion
l.i iNDON
t town In I

'
,". it
i ni uial the asUon
mid

mil It was loo much for .i

U financial
| 1 ire. Prlma Mmi-U
.ol that
1
fSOO iiuiii.-n

work.
i n
ii the < '
i ictlon ol
i'!. at the
..
. poaribla with the m-
brodui II) n <>f new and
,i!\ .ii.i lypaa.
is ih s wm.' Than
in Britain who think Um Royal
i |
.
i
feel that I
de 'm quantity and not
....
v. i n Bun
been butklkie -
,.
d
like td. htei ami
.

. :
ii -- the
I :

\ .
Kli i ihiut it
1943
I \ .
la its haulers Ihac
i ould iin wuh aUU

i a slow

i>,,i It u nee
Churchill i o riled oul

ll In. ii Oli\-r
: i-;:>i nHUloa In
.
U I million,

'

a aveB
hishar bui on the
British on tne
ononu BjBBasnvuy. A'

naUorj about c 1.500
million annuan>.
:- produi
..... . I M
million, the <
! Mi pattarn ol
ipu I
lu < "( planM read)
.
tratad on
prtorlt) t> 1 . iin- Hawkar
1
t illanl and Vulcan
..1.. I ihe oani
re attacker.
Added < mi brads on the pro-
t Um 1 alrcrofl i>
. .Lit'. III! Mi I.
.hi fore*
......
ill hava tuna

.me starts
ol i mil aa.
Everyone
Ehuuj will, but >f II does,
.1 '..1 \iv.ii could be
Iil>lM'il by Ihe number of alrcrttfl
1
0 be lined have
not been dli loaed 1 be Immsrt
will be the b
ment of iibout ",S00
though it U
I Ol the.se
.v ill I* diverted to ol I
their areas,
i
not bleuk
< dad by th.
toi Ua 1 Kpand-
tarj
Cxporl
Tlie temporary lUsstnployment
I- .hislry v laboui
II I .1.1, -I ill H:
1 at turnover b)
month.
More Lessor
BesdoV i"
111 - truKr.inline, nun 1
nesided ("'
uut|>ut Ol I]
. ,....
M it i. tailed, if tii"'. u
u> win dow be
t inilil.iO
...;. raft H
Finn* which have had lo nir.;
down oppoiiunltlea fur 1
Ihe
to the Brftlsh
\'ill DOW be open hir Ih
...
power .ind machine i|

....
A1iM.1i! expocta ire now at
ii' of (43 million
: 0d this due-. DOt ''
1 ny export* of Jet or turbuprop
Expldining tho reaaons for the
phinned slow-down Mr. ChUTvh-
i tSM d>: nu'f I
:.. .. I
.
oew prograoune follov
broad Udm ol pobcy I
he raid:
"if thi.s 1 leal is t
it certainly does
not rest with US we .
aanlze our defence .in Dsa
a eon-
rtantly < odlture of
tsooep 1 itertau over an
Indefinite period.
At the .ni- 1 ma, Mr Church-
lll 1 \i 1 lined bow U
ni tin' country's posi-
tion would allow an InCP
SXPOrta, including the .
irm nnents to friendly and allied
.
This diversion nf .
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aid Mr. ChurchUL 1-.
' 1^ necessai-y for OUT
toi
It would
to it-; full itrcolgUt, with all tha.
means f< . in in
ihould) par come
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slur laiiiiiiis ^iiy:
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tnembers of th
who have given rruHi
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<.f iii. patMmta Mi 1 K N. B*;-
laaes ind her t'ommittee who t'>!
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tad srtth an an-
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m fur bla
good work in provldlna 1

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I have (lie honour to be.

Y .r obedient -rvant.
C I ntwAuits.
Sunerintendent.
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.: ISO, I was m the Wheat
province ol Saskatchewan C -
centlnulng my TlasotOgical studieft
11 latred by Eetuti from
. >lig elainuil th. ) ad
no) heard one word from me 5 nee
I wss a
UIbOB by Who ever it

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fa .nds who very
the warm and
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WAQld
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VI U) SKEETE.
- City.
(By MtVM.I. li(.IKS,
IMAGINE surtin,; to build a submarine
in a hole in a cattle pasture 160 r
gait water.
Vet this is happening tonight with Sea
Wolf, America's second atomic submarine
The 179-1' asd with concrete. It
is to be the base for a as-tiht radiation-
proof sphere.
The pasture is near Schenectady, New
York home of the General Electric Com-
pany. G.E.C. has the contract for the sub
marine.
In$ido the sphere a prototype atomic
engine will be built. Experiments will be
easier there than ut sea.
It will be a different engine from the one
being built for A-sub No. 1. the Nautilus.
No. 2 will operate at high) I 1 1 I
The U.S. Navy says either Nautilus or Sea
Wolf will be able to sail under the Polar
ice pack indefinitelyatomic subm..
not need oxygen for engines. And the crew
will get uir from u device that take
Power note: tjlh. of uranium equal*
IMilHI.lMHI ions of coal.
RIGHT across the Pacilic Ocean General
Eisenhower and his chief advisers secretly
work out the future policy of the new US
Government.
When will we find out what they decided'
When Eisenhower makes three speeches
his inauguration address on January 20. hi>
later State of the Union message, probably
delivered to Congress in person, and his
budget message to Congress.
Watch for these and you will know where
America is going.
HAMBURGER is selling in Chicago meat
markets for 2s. less than a year ago. Fourtl
grade sirloin steak is at the lowest price ir
right years.
Why this mountain of meal, largest IE
post-war history?
High prices encouraged cattle and hog
raising: the passing of the horse, driven ou'
by the tractor, opened new pastures : won
der drugs put meat on animals faster: weed-
killers and fertilisers produce more feed al
lower cost.
LEVER RROTHERS has just built a glas>
skyscraper on Madison avenue to house tin
1,200 members at its American headquarters
And now the United States Government
files a suit to grind their establishment, ii
1 not the buildinginto bits.
\ The Government contends that Lever and
its chief rivals. Proctor and Gamble, and
Colgate-Pulmolivo-Peet. are monopolism?
American housewives' snap and cleanse!
business.
It demands that they be broken up int
smaller competing companies.
AKRAM YOUSIFF SOUL chose a, nnvt
means to pay for his schooling at America's
University, He tried to smuggle ir.
35,000worth of morphine in the false hot
torn of his suitcase.
H- will probably have to continue his
studies in jail, for he was caught at the New
York airport, and confessed.
IN Alabama Judge Walter Jones demand'
the return of the whipping post "to protect
the rights of law-abiding people."
He wants sterner laws on pleas of insanity
in criminal trials and a majority of the jur>
to decide verdicts.
CALIFORNIA astronomer Seth Nicholson
has discovered a 12th moon of Jupiter, bu'
it Is only 14 miles round its waist.
Nicholson discovered three other Joviar
moons. Three travel round the planet east
to west, nine west to east.
NORTH Atlantic air freight will shoot up
340 per cent, in the next four years, layi lb
line chief Raymond Norden. He has applied
to Washington to operate an all-freight
service to Britain and Western Europe.
INFLATION leads Superintendent Parker
Hancock to ;isk the New rismpehire Govern
ment for authority to ps) Suite jail convict
is. 9d. a day for their work instead ol !s
SUGAR HAY ROBINSON will not go-
back his middle-weight lioxing crown in hb
home state of New York simply because h<
agrees to light Turpin in London next June
That is too long to wait for a Rohinsnr
- Robert K. Christenbery. chairmar
of the New York Boxing Commission.

PRESIDENT TRUMAN set up a militan
manpower commission of civilians. Now
President-elect Eisenhower has told therr
to gel to work. Their job is to (ind ways o'
getting more lighting power out of .1.600,000
men and women in uniform. Today the*
started under the leadership of QsCrSrS
David Sarnoff. head of the Radio Corpora-
tion of America.
The Rev Martin Luther Hux ?s going te
burn a copy of the new revised standarr
Bible in public. He accuses the Nationa'
Council of Churches of Christ of making ar
"immoral profit" from it by holding on tc
copyright And he denounces its substitu-
tion of new words for some of those in th<
Km* James Bible.
a
SHIPBUILDERS envy four orders for
liners received bv British yards in a fort.
night. Saya the New York Times: "Not a
ingle passenger liner is under construction
or on order in the United States."
Till; III II I SIMM'
jnns^nv. BTATSONBKI MlllHM..
iiro.ui rrereet
THE LIQUOR STORE WITH THI
______. __
A
Prosperous
New Year
TO ALL OIR CUSTOMERS
I'nim
WILKINSON & IIAYNLS Co.. Lid.
Successors To
C. S. PITCHER & CO.
l-hunc 117;. 1617 ------ lll< KHIril STORES
Net Curtain
. . material* a rliaire
si'Iff I in to give Mini'
liuicie a V sear look.
CKKTO.N.Ni: ...............,............... tl.SS
(HrMI.I.K ni'.IISI'HIADS .................. 19.85
I'KINTKI) NET CURTAIN MATERIAL from . .81
REI'I' ...................................... 1.57
TAPESTRIES .......................... ironi 5.00
Da Costa & Co., Ltd.
\rORB t:\jm i//:
COCK i
COCKTAIL
TEMPTERS
Anchovy I'.ei-
I.h*U-r
Letsear pa*t*
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Tooth rirkv
< hrtsr Hiscuil*
SantlMlrh Krr..l
PHONE
G0DDARDS
WE DELIVER
lilt "GOLD ll/f\W"
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PARTY bWbU I U -
Gees*. lurkr>..
t I i k". Ihirks.
t gab i.rt.
i .i/n ti-h.
From Peat
Iruy-i >tr.tu brrrfes-
i dm Be urn
"*UrrnUli.
< an Kanaka,
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Shrimp-. Drird.
Cranberry Siu<*.
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dei i unrR a i5i
Inquiry Into Death
Of 75-Year-Old Man
Before Police Coroner
HEARING '.'ii Lnqueal on tha >i<.iih of T.'i year-old
William Bishop ol Buafa Mail, St M.
D) HI
B Griffith Acting Police Coronei
i until January -
UMd at tho Ha *M again tskai
Genet al Hospital on D
tier ha later.

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Hrcptt.il and wat detained <>n he was ruling (us b*
Dec. 20 but died thrss d
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a across the road an,i i

Griffith took vMt6 fell to the grouim
that and he noticed thai hi-
another important v loii WM (,jc
be sun.
Ul I inner ed-
A b. A
bmm| mnru m
body of Bishop ul the (ni.n.il nil I) (ROM ANKIRISM
Hospital HOT
! Ihiit the deceased wm Dr, A. S Ashb)
-.'. II pn*t mortem k (
TlM man** apparent afc was on Monday on the body of Itirh-
ahoiit 70 and there wu a heal.d ard Bovell a labourer of the Pin.
abrasion on the light temple Hou.Mng Scheme, St
When the skull was reti dp | yesterday attribute 1
abscess ana a blooU
I ' Both lungs were cony i*cur*eld watchpwi
tha bawl .- not aonaaL i" lying on r
'Ii wm dua
pneumonia.
in answer to Sat H iban Rice of Beckies
It conducting th<- toejuatl to the R
Polka, Dr. Ashbv Bl I I Tha body was removed by th
injury on lbs la-ad CQU'4 h.ivc Police to the Public Mo:tury.
been caused if the drceasrd had -
I -.. In f* 4
u niovins object sue). II fI tX'/TK**'
Enid B H U St A Cubs' Own will be held a)
Michael said the <' KdiMnn on Sunday, fMil HI) '
ItUtltVlHis \[\(K ATI
P\r.F FTV
UIIMtltl \s PARTI
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Dorcas League
Gives Part)
I t I Ml
51 Michael about 1130am |< ovar W cbj i..
Partj
Dor as U
B .

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ca ci m, i
her husband 4 ii- at 4 30 pin. fur Cubs. Racnul
nd their Aketas, Thee.
Bridge with B Ing should arrive not later Hum In II !
was dischaxfad from Mo 118 p.m.
pitul on Dec Parents and Group B

/.;. ? Years \ < aaaaa ill r<-i y, i .,
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lound in (m.kIIuhI 1 K i.i.
B ra el ihom 1 i Ou>
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haad 1 in
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1 III D.O, III \ ..IU "I"
t .rii t iiiii.iuili. earn
one hard a trident
id 1 l
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First Blind BMian ChiM
Goes Abroad For Training
SEAV 90 -The first blind Barbadian child a
little G'ri of fiveto (;o abroad for training at a School for
B.W.I.A., this morning for Trini- i
-rhool and Uvii n all tha nori
school subjects taken bv a normal child.
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been sponsored by tha Bai
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v. .llbe borne on a flf
tlitv basi> by the loc..l -
and tli-
where the child eomes.
Accompari''I I. Miss Bettj
a i tha st i'^ .
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. Use su-
ed In a flowered
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bufgad Ughuy.
a.is that the _
iccompany her to *
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School in ""''
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through the Kb
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" ACKNOWLEDGMENT
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cair tbaf the othool i. which tha 'hanks
Data I
coning '"i.
whether tha chlldi the roUowUfl

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100 Poor People
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"MARSALTESF." SOLD
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ThU little Etrl left here ye-1prdav
lo attend a S ln.il for llir Hl.nd
in Trinidad.
More Accommodation
For A A Car Park
ThS Automobile
car p...
Yesterday woi
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HAPPY
NEW YEAR
To All
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FRIENDS
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CUSTOMERS
Y. I> 1.1*1.1
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' al M.iiint' Gardens
Concert Given
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10 D.I

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USER DIO NOT CALL
AT MARTINIQUE
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Chrlstmu
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the liner
< i Martinique and spent

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rsspoad qusckq lo to ncat-
mcnl thcie's not a scratch
id a mountain of CbaBKO.
To All Our Friends and Customers
\\ I. n Mil K oil: I1KST THANKS I "It KH n I Ul Mi-llil-
AMi PATBONAOI IHHIMi IW \Mi IN HI 1DWXBITX
Wl WISH V(il
A HAPPY and
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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I dua
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A VERY HAPPY
AND
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR.
LA IMS CHIPPLEES
CHUPPLEE
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of course
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KNIGHT'S LTD.
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10. 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street
< till I SIM IS St*i-:i IAJL v t
Just opened NYLOrT SHIRTo
all colours
SUEDE SHOES in Navy Blue,
Grey. Brown
READY MADE SUITS
ranging from
S35.00 up
PRICES TO SUIT EVERY
POCKET
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CLASSIFIED ADS.
1*1 in u SALES
OFFICIAL SALE
TtLiPMOM U00
IN MKMOK1AM
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hyaband inn fame. Jota-P* w
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TAKE NOTICE
CHADWiCKo
GOVERNMENT NOTICE
'ntnrt-
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at Mondj.. 2*h PlHMha '-'Ml-
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lo lb* public load or iio'v.-i *!* tl
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1 AND 9ECOND1.V ALL THAT eatt|
, piece or parcel of Utttl utuaw ' J*
torn in Ihe pant. of labial
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Pot Trinidad, La G Cariagona and
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laid '-' llavrt?
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V. H. LIMA
20 Broad SI
1
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is tiik riNEST 8
REMEDY FOR f
RHEUMATIC |
PAINS
Don't he without n hot-
lieit'* a rcnl stanilby.
On Sate at
kMi.HIS llruj; Slorrs 1
New in Barbados but very old in Holland
MILL BEER from 700 years old KLAVER BREWERY
MILL-ions drink MILL beer
THE ADVOCATE STATIONERY
WILL BE CLOSED FOR STOCK- TAKING ON FRIDAY JANY. 2
AND SATURDAY JANY. 3 and will Re-open to Business on
Monday Jany. 5
SPECIAL'OFFE^AVAILABLEMONDaF'TO"' WEDNESDAY^At "ALrBRANCHES
Usually NOW W> take ihiN o|i|tortmill> in wlsUafl i\.r>nnr
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I'M.I Ml.Ill
R.MtHAnoS tliMil \l I
South Africa Beat Australia
Tayfield 13 for 165
SOI III AlltlCA 227 AND 381!
AL SIR ALIA 243 AND 290
From Our Ov. n Corrr*.p.iiid-n|
MBLBi
i ed their 1 letocy oves
tflUa for 42 they defeated them by V.2
U] la;. m| the second TM tier-
VVI lM -si i \^ i'\ i I Mill I. .1 ih.'.J
the twelve


tor their
l
!. O. Dem K
I
It waa onl) their eeond victory in 60 years that tb
been playing Taetg

Q
AKBADIANS who h.n
U
31 RPBISEO
..

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for 4 foil
itiiuiiKs. South Al
and 38t.
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> creditably on two oo
ours for his team, i

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bei of the 1
I
TV
( IPABLI MEN
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,ulity that
od not 1
MHUitnic tour hevi wM
''' I > one all.

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richly eui H

learn U
i

T.ttlw i
nth Africa')
ii


n
for Hi. experiment "inch Trinidad has madi
I, .
f23l. Oliver In ruin ;
rurloi

n
MteU v.Iwb
hi i-.v. led L
C'1'"HI AFRICA ha* earned the eonaralulalinns
I
,1 th.. I I
A
tiperial
Crtcfci i'
Second i' i Mi
Thi "8|
they wen
i.vn un ''
i. i.
wide n|>rii
end
II ..f four
i nine

white Mi after
wer beirut mat othel fld
1 ft] .
nig the pa
ii rough batemeri pi ij ln| i i .
of 1 lards. Mil- train,(in
i r tried to force i ce too ear- iin l(u,.
i\ Hole tried l<
u"h ball and Undwall ml
lull toss
Whittle Faces
Year Of Work
And Play
By /Wfl IIMtRIS
Pan-tan hat H
Uon ol OU

part ha pb
If I .mi rhoscn'
and jump-
ibe inter-
Uk .loiLily.
I nave veer of
ii.'.'.- Wh:I-
'
told
enjo) the chansjt
VI 'I '
m, pku. 112
Face Powder, box 1.27
Takum. tin 1 OB
1.60
Lipsticks, each ... 1.20
Cream Rouge, pkg. 1.12
Skin Food, jar .. 1.7fi
Fashion Cream 1.44
Tissue Cream .....96
Facial Cream pack 96
Mmisse, jar...... .83
Cleansing Cream 1.27
VitoriDoae, boa MI
Solution 4'.. bot. .. 1.76
Foundation Lotion 1 27
Hand Lotion, bot. 1.44
Open Pore Lotion 127
Complexion Lotion 1.27
Slain Tunic ...... 1.27
Astringent Lotion 1.27
Kerodex Bl ft 71 .
Sun Tun Cream tube ,92
Eye SI ...: i l \2
White Mask, jar .. 1.61
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD.
10. II. 12 fit 13 Broad Street
thai there
a the day
d evening
The i 1
through th< '
tbej ludgatt
m victory ofi iii, fourtl
nn a wicket thai " old alien the H......nded bul 1' gallant
which'- DliSundaj havlne lotervt ive <*(**' The la-.?
Tayflel |o down In Teal crtckei U irtcketi dded IB
ding achievement ih;i did more thai ban and Raj putting en Bl ror Dm
to Iiin team. His seven for 81 In the second knainasj and i" overall ninthbut earlier mistakes had
iH-
Hniiifi houn
morning
In the
or
though, to
I have !-
of IS (or 185 hi
thaw who have chalked up out-
standing Test performances to
their credit.
Tin- Ml i one all and
this mu*i be line
South African team which was
adviurd not to go on toll
It was too weak.
PANKAJ BOH
Born May 31. 192H. University
ludcut. Sound attractlvi
ing batsman. Played all rive Tents
against England In 1951-53 total-
ling Ml runs ..'
Indian aggregate. Attacking bete-
man When let, exeelluiK in drives
and hooks. Toured EiikIiuhI this
*ear with Indian i' ni corinsj 131
aaajasl Middlesex an
ood scores.
Tin Sports Bag i-iiiUilng from
Our London Correspondent to-
Jay:- ,
Inclusion In the
i it brokei
T:nts
i..11. \r-.,. ...,
\
l>> >. TuytoM
.1
I
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i M*lt t> I
mi nnl oul

lied MA sftatisj.1'


un Iii in-*
I Ml [I duriag th war.
Impei al
in tin i-
studyinK the verj late | about
'i the iun-
Mils rat-
lern
i .r*.
A qiuarier-heea- oj low i-urdimo.
r'n or sir short- burst sprint*
lee*.
II laafl saay/- In ,<,mnn-ntrd,
to train ror running in .in KnR-
Ueh whttet a South African h.-re
once said thai If ]
i" 1!i1 our bitm would
..ii *
these fr-ofl days, quality of men, quality of maleri-
and sheer ability put Knijund in n commanding
posilion.
Now. in the Held
of Woollen*, the
quality loomed in
(lie Itrilish Ule
remains the best in
the ui i Id.
Worn II (iin IMa>
PtW B'doH And JVa
KOt
IK) THKY KVKN (IIMK BALK?
Fukdihk Mill s fi.n.i.'i cruis. r-wel|hl champion of the rld ii
eontemplsUng i...... i k. The SS-yeei
to i hai kepi In training .....anl three years
ago and. when be made his lait ring app
:!:
\|. !.. Ml ,,,.
Mills will make up his mind in the Ni It
MALAYAN WINS OVIK imi TITl.Ks
ppDv cm i >\<;
I- I I
"t ihcm have I.- preoenl on which Is onl]
now n weeki old. Choong k) aal
coaipilcd hvbccret | |and [iedmlnton Astodation. On
form, however h. has prol.,l
LEAGUE CHAMPS TO TOlK s. AfVlCA
|>' *o\ is.* i i up-boldera, are to torn Boutl
J^nexl m Tin. lun taken vet thi Invitation extended to the
Scottish v a Dundee will be m !*.uih Africa for nine week* end will
play between ii and II -
PORT-OT-SPAIN D* Ml
Mr. Jmk KkIiuj. Managpr of
' i i IM team to England
arid Ch.iiimmi of the BsWOBdM
Selection OosasDsJthM .....i ben
todU If Krankie Woi relt is
kvailable, ftarbadog will have i'<>
in selecling hun /< f
___ the colony metchee agalnet the
the fact thai thi or anl Indiana," Mr. Kidney, In Trtnl-
twelve i bJh '"* for uu r*n Quiatmai race worrell i ...., :
and to vUt his daughters raid |WorreU hai not ret repuV
Barbedoi Invlaed Worrell to plaj Berbados Invitation, Mr. Kidney
Fen the Oolotky/i team hut had added; "Frankle hi aualtrleci k
ea I in THnklad newapepen ihat plaj for i*>th cotonlea.
ii was ur el eaaion 4 irdlei th-i w*hll
to Hi Inkl, flnJetung tl
n the i"r.....itre Bul ho
BrWab tong-Jump iiampion in
IW? ami llMLl
Now he will l>e jumping again
f.n CematMaa u an U ..- hurd-
ling. And worfclng hard all u
tin |
The venerable bones <>f Whittle
will have u< bestir then i
next March. Cambridge have not
'.
L.E.S.
AUSSIES WIN DAVIS CUP
Doubles fair
BRITAIN'S BOUASII TEAM Kill U.S.A.
BIMTAIWS wlf, No, ; i | ,, . ,.. ,...........
.i ibi Unadowni run.
Utud lh. i hlpi which
,.n th>. list lh. Wolfe-Nori CU|
11
I 'lif llarbailuv I'ulirr
DON TS FOR DRIVERS
lku'i drive fusi u.i uel or troxen roads, or in
leg rniember Ihat on a slippery road surface
.our brake* ma> In- worse Ihun useless.
Supreme
biltrrly fought ,
to deuee la evej
The "> Mining blow eame
Ihat went
(.
rlth
AOILAIDE
Australia n telned poi
ha Devi up, en the d>-
ruunie duel of Frank Sedgman and
Km McGregor erhipped the U
'-" I" Ii i'h nf Tony Ti
I c Bi Lxai in the double > :t
i. i 6, .i befori fifteen
i tana. The Victory fol-
lowing their sweep oi 1
*. | .1 i;.,\ c \ ||
i >, only two
singles atchee rcnuining toaaor-
rOW. Scdsnian made the dirter-
nce. Hi bawd eat oui-
sniarted durinR I
or in his sinalis \ Icioi % ovr*
Ajnerleani
after losing in*- rli-i two ..is i, re
baek to take tl.. 'hud g~-I aivi it
appealed ihey h.id lound naubl.u.-
it the Austral
the fourth set f..... a
." ui control .,
and ihe Austi di.
53.
n was thirty all than dew
mulch pa
then Ike name m UcG
tertng setvice agi
s. ba'
I*.p.
jeeoooeooo--*-' .----
STOCK-TAKING
NOTICE
We will be cliv-
11..miii':..s ..ii KKIIIAY
2nd nd sati'huay
3rd JANUARY l'l.Vi. fur
our Annual Mook Tak-
ing
IMI'DKIAI. OPTICAL
CO.
I Our seletiioii does
Js justitc l,i this ..ii-
'',. ("^preine slandard
BXw '" Trupiial, l.lghl.
' rf-t-i ' Medium and
COMMUNITY FRIENDLY
SOCIETY
The Community FriendK Sodetj with its head
Upper Baxter'g Road thi 1I3 Society thai
payment plan. So bc-
1 ome a imnilifii You hoi on ite
but youi children's alao, Why 11 g member
; and be amon] I first.
Head
...
ifJi|fcftSii.5:5e,}5''rt5',555'' '''<;.' ;, rs f J S J','> ;-^
I
We Extend to
.,;
our
Customers Sincere
Friends and

Hj
Wishes for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Tin- ll.ii'iiiiiins I'......iii; l.id.
To All Our
Customers and
Friends We Wish
A Prosperous New Year

P. C. S. MAFFEI & Co.. Ltd.
FYFFES LINE
The T.S.S. (.111 I IT11 South-
mpton on Sunday. Itl < nUaafj
the name day for Tl Ii
There vi liable
(Off Trinaljd. HI LbU
January
Apply :
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