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Six Named in Injunction OGARET PACES 


And $100,000 Damage Suit |NCREASED TWO" 
By Corbin Lock Company  {¢ENTS’ PACKAGE 


_————— 4 ABpouncement was made today y, and mare brcrarrerr es acts z Se ; 
° ie Lock Company, e ‘ 
Two Highway Deaths, | L'a. of this city hes entered sult| erty. and 1 ud jose |Basic Price in Future 
for $100,000 damages against six|tion for the aforesaid purposes. > 
Girl is Found Dead I inflicted pon pi fag art of Ontario” oy oe Will be 35 Cents 
in . 
pall plaintiff, its business, and prop- | Justice . McFarland at Osgoode 
Twenty-year-old -A..  Leslie| tty through acts 
Smart, Deseronto Indian, was :in- 


da today announced that the 
stantly killed Saturday night/| vicketing at, and doing ural| them, their servants, agents, as- bs 
when struck by a heavy transport| injury to the plaintiff's plant at|sociates and any one acting under price of cigarets will be increased 


sen~ - Belleville”. their instructions and any one as-| by two cents for each package 
ie was | + [as he was walking on the side of| “Named in the s:it are Messrs, | sisting or aiding thm be and they | 0, ; 

the highway just west of Deser~| Ross Russell, Neville Hamblyn,| are hercby restrained until the hie; ghaclubechone; be hose: 

“fe t ; onto. ‘His father A. Alexander] tefferson Hurley, John Whalen, | third day of 1947, and — toe . 

F HID IN Smart, was injured and is suffer-| Car! Wannamaker and Fred Day.| until any moticn which may on| pany president Earle Spafford, 





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Causes Threat 


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Britain Proposes. To _ ‘ oe 
Quit Palestine by Aug. 1 


Jerusalem, Dec. 1 (AP)—Week- or ; 
end* violence -groused by the ‘ g f 
United Nations decision to parti- : 4 
tion Palestine has resulted in the : 7 < 


Montreal, Dec. 1 (CP) — Im- 
perial Tobacco Company of Can- 




























































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set of aie hon | 
e3 threat of m © tomorrow 8 

” La: In addition, the announcement | that day be made io continue this | said that the basic price will in uring" a large. .demonstration PL ANE MISSES 
ing from a broken collar bone.) st.ted, the Corbin Lock Company | injunction shali have been dis- future be 35 cents -a package in- Sthanel Perea three-day Arab | | 


head la ti d leg injuri a 
ead lacerations and leg injuries.| hos applied for and been: issued | posed of, from interfering with rican eb S48 eenti. a 


% 5 : The father and son were walk~-| with an injunction restraining the | or. preventing the access of the : ir. 1 
| A ing east toward Deseronto on the Nateedanie and each of them, | plaintiff's officers,” employees, Mr, Spafford's announcement Alan sean na } 
south side of the highway when] Helr servants, agents, associates,| agents and contractors to said the company had “no altern-|sussein Khalidi, Secretary of the: AD 


and any one acting under their| plaintiffs property. and - ative but to increase the price"|Arab Higher Committee which; 
“an= cea an eastbound transport owned by -nstructions, and any che assist-| committing acts of damage to becaiise’ "the -coat’ of .evergthing {called forthe country-wide strike, Blind Woman ‘Trapped as 
that}Many Voters~ Confronted ; the Rellable Transport of Kitch-| ing or aiding them from interfer- | the said p . conferred on the explosive eitua-: Air Smashes 
nent} With Votes on Municipal | et and driven by Reginald Rin-| ing with, or preventing the access} A full-page advertisement in| entering into the manufacture of |)51 H Transport 
<4 |—-Bond Issues : toul of Kitchener struck  the/Ofthe plaintlifs officers, em-/| this newspaper ge thar Se cigarets had increased very mat-| A’ communique’ said Khalid:| Auto on Road 
puede younger man.. Driver told pol- ployees, servants, agents and con- statement t the plant wi was advised that Britain proposes séatte; Dantas uP) shat 
(By .The Canadian Press) | ice that he had been blinded by persons were killed and 10 others 


ja orning erlally, in some cases such as la- 
tractors to the plaintiff's prop- open Tuesday m ° bor cals and leaf costs to the Hare agers rar eae 1, 
; - extert of 100 per reent.” » bu army 4 
| In clear-cold weather thousands| the Ughts of an oncoming car Cigarets stil were selling at|and civil officials propose to critically injured when a four- : 
of voters visited the polls today | and did not see the two pedestri- 9 the old price bere today and|maintain law and order until me Airlines 
ae 7 arr teregirennd A limi, inquest looki ome ess en $s OS € Lee pesca a oe cage _ Risa warned ‘the Acub coctdaltees 
larger cities holding annual civic|s.i5 fhe de-th was held by Can : : ey ef Usure wi zgainst any action “contrary to. Smashed a passing automobile. 


be retained Id stock. of 
Sections fd te Winsor, Sat |onee Dr. 5, sual sat ob Bele | hy K nown Dead, 38 Injured [orn iemetaig 22: fate uke fats ot Jens | bg ian scrambled from done 
1X own ea 9 J , ]|Rouncement by other tobacco and emergency exits or were pull- 






























































































nia, Chatham, London, Brantford,| ville, the hczring being adjourn- Pp: 
companies but it was believed Lid eee eg ax wad reps mee ed from the flames by. rescuers. 


Guelph, St: Thomas, Kitchener| ¢d until December 10th. Provin- 

: . cial Constable Sam Ervine inves- here that they would follow the 5 

‘ Arab sources 3aid the demon-| All, however, were seared by the 
ie con Imperial Tobacco company lead.|,+ration at the start of the three-| flames that flashed through the 


: ted, 
Mayoralty contests in London, ue ———| fuselage. Five of thé rescued died 
later. ~ 
Three Young M 











Philadelphia, Dec. 1 (AP) “—jhe ran through first and second 
Six men, one employed as street} floors shouting the alarm. Fan- 
corner Santa Cla known flames 


















Chatham and Brantford high-} THREE FATALITIES—-Page 4 
The latest - casualty was the 


plane’s stewardess, Miss Reba } 
Monk, credited by survivors with} 


Dre kadibocn centuries been 
ut quietly. Several mayors|Call 2793 For 
























30 were injured following a fire 































giai many other candidates had which swept through a dormitory R : having led many of the passeng- 3 
turned Jama e for homeless men. 5 Damascus gate of Jerusalem by a 
ominations previously. "| Election Returns |‘; pad chrougt ave men je! Ave Remanded beterrgee wth erage rn ted 
mm At Brantford Mayor Jobn H. ‘ ports that three Arabs had been 
Matthews is opposed in his bid for As Is Sts usual custom, The Toronto, Dec. 1 — (CP)—Three|killed in the Jewish sectors of! the crash; Leslie Howe, 
rr leit Ald. Walter’ J.) ontaria Intelligencer will prov- he cm ae iy seneene from Ontario men, held on sue ot yaa tes in hospital;. Ole Ring, dled of 
wden. ms Mayor R. D. : seco: third it rooms. conspiring to steal an ving of- < commi burns and ‘injuries; ‘Mrs. 
Steele is opposed by Ald, Garnet| Vide telephone service for its | Thirty-eight men. were treated 2 Arabe*to in vines 


tensive Weapons, foday were re- tertainer 
manded to Dec. 8, after being ‘ews high professionally as Virginia Graf- 
questioned by police in connec- ton; Gordon Johnson, 21-month- 










readers following the civic el-.. 


in hospitals and doctors 
ectlons today. 


described 
a number of them as in critical] “One man was discovered a half 








Newkirk in his effort to gain a 
fourth term. Af London there are 



















I hour later standing on the roof.” 
pee ceorgnies for. the snaveralty oF nas P. Burns, assistant su-|Major Thomas J. Strickland, head beg nes redler ee cia gps: saligiony cr Ane. eemmntite ct sn of ene a 5. E. 
nig ° af tend Chari Organ - . erm irda 4 uN. inson, ® 
ing Mr. Wenige. The others are| tonight to relay returns as they et Recrs hegre Ces wal alate of (iho ine. cates taxi driver. A native of Rockland|yoted for partition, “a day of | Pearl, Stella Jones, 43. 


Fred G. McAlister, who was may- 
tist} or in 1946, Ald. R. A. Dennis, 
gg Gootson and Angelo Pin- 
, As usual voters in many centres 
were confronted with votes on 
municipal. bond issues for civic 
improvements, At St Thomas 
there is 2 proposal to rebuild the 
Wilson Bridge at a cost of $275,- 
000, to erect a new school at a 
cost of $225,000 and to build a 
new trunk sewer at a cost of 


$125,000, ie 

CIVIC ELECTION—Page 13 A well-known Whitby citizen and 
resident here for most of his 78 
APPOINTMENT MADE years, eae meward Rice, vet- 
eran printer, nm nearby Osh- 
Kingston, Dec. 1 (CP) — Rt.) awa hospital Sunday following a 

Rev. John Lyons, Anglican Bish-| brief flness, 
op for the Diocese of Ontario,] Mr, Rice had been associated 
today announced the appointment | with the printing and publishing 
of Rev. C, P. Heaven as rector! business for 60, years and at the 
the | f the~parish of Wellington and| time of his retirement last June 
Hillier. 3 was considered one 2f the oldest 
At present ‘rector of the Shan-| printers in the Dominion, with 
nonville parish Mr. Heaven will| 65 years’ experience, In 1881 he 
take over his new duties Dec | was apprenticed in the office of 
15, succeeding Rev. E. N, Grant|the Whitby Chronicle, then un- 
-|der the proprietorship of A. G. 
ish of Maitland. Henderson and Samuel Graham. 


2:\U.S. Armed Forces Work to Protect 


ughout the country. 
@ Included an attack on a 


epbone exchange by a 


come in from the official of- 

flees at the City Hall. 

othee pears be Bat citase de |the six bodies removed to the city 

m morgue. 

ee pon ae ies cod This left ten or more still miss- 

‘the first returns will not be |in& from among the 61 or more 

available until an hour Iater, |D¢tlleved by night watchman Wil- 

Remember the number, 2793. liam Patterson to havé been in| floors were dorimtorles for home- 
5 . the building. less_men, many of whom worked 

The blaze was first discovered|as street-corner Santa Clauses, 

by Patterson at 12.04 a.m. and collecting donations for churity. 


Princess Invites |Hamilton Dealers 


Mrs, Jones, a blind woman, was ; 
trapped in the car which the big ! 
transport smashed as it. careened | 
off the field. H 
Several Not Expected to Live | 







scen! reset N. S., Margeson was shot to death|mouring and tyrarny.” . 
brought under control, 51 men|to the 2: $0 direct fe work. on the city's western outskirts, his} First signs of Arab violence 
had been accounted for, including| He estimated damage at ogre body being thrown into a ditch. |develo Th sar whens even 
The men, Douglas Pollock, 18,|Jews were ‘killed and 16 others 
of Windsor; Walter Stockdale, 19,| wounded as buses were riddled by 
of Burlington, and Basil Faulkncr| gunfire and streets raked by shots 
19, of King Kirkland, were ar-jin Jaffa. 
rested over the weckend as po-| Five Jews lost their lives and 
lice continued their Investigation}14 were wounded--eight seriously 
into the cabbie's death. Faulkner;—in two machine-gun and gren- 
was reported to have not been|sde attacks on buses travelling 
armed at the time of arrest but|the Petah Tiqva soad —southeast 
two 45-calibre revolvers and a|of Tel Aviv. 
“throwing knife’ were found on]. Another Jew wes shot to death 
the other men. in the Arab city of Jaffa near the 
Tel Aviv municipal boundary. 
‘ Mor aa ag of the — ger mn 
W, w four passengers los' e. 
eather Synopsis hives, said three Arabs om 
. fire from an orange grove r 
Toronto, Dec. t —(CP)— Syn- |.44 other Arabs stood in the road 


opsis: A weak disturbance swent 
across James Bay during the jadteanaed buen Pirventg Eight Jews 


night, Southwesterly winds ahead 
ocr ect (tg fll ede ae, aa 
- tacked by. gunfire and grenades 
Stoee fesmine py ssigg wrk and one Jewish woman was xilled, 
Ontario districts this morning.|cureds 
Cooler alr. which is pushing|’ Attacks gn eight other busea: 
southward behind the disturbance | were reported last right, seven of 
will cover the White Elver and|them in Haifa and one in Jerusa- 
Dey. Riewhere, ever Ontorte lind oie roe 
: “P., whi 4 rab policeman, 
led the warning, sald tat po- [Seregiates wre the mld ite when be ftyenated a8 [opened tre on Are princes 
. ; : 
ice had so far been unable to/have been lowered on Lake , Meanwhile at ‘Acre prison in Reliable Jewish informants said. \ 
socate tne spot where bills had | Superior but remain displayed on northern Palestine 16 Arabs were jthat Hagana, Jewish underground — 
been photographed on bonded the other Great Lakes. wounded slightly when guards jarmy estimated to have between c 
Sabib ands d out oh paper | > $0,000 and 70,000 members, called Bes! 


je eye e 
Galt housewife was first invited 
Civilians From Atomic, Germ Attack |@inarsur3s fii? | paper and turned out | oh pave for moblitzaion ata mes, and 


4 women f 13 tosa5 be. 
tend a reception at St. James's! ever, he did not believe the bogu aT 


Ss a cae nie te | NeTeagiNg Worry Shown by Britons (oe -iciew a) 
Of Hunger Before Next Year’s Crop 


various walks of life who sent) was picked up in Hamilton, he 
wedding gifts. was catrying 10 of the bogus 

London, Dec. 1 (AP) — Brit-;from the international monetary 
ons showed increasing worry to-|{und. 





Volunteers of America used 
first floor of the building for'a 
shop in which new and repaired 
toys were sold during Christ- 
mas season. Second and third 





































Ten others of the plane's pas- 
sengers and crew members were 
in critical condition. Several were 
not expected to live. 

Bodies of two of the dead) were” 
not recovered until nearly four ; 
hours after the crash because of | 
intense heat emitting from the 


c, 

The p DC-4, crashed only; | 
a few minuies after it had been: " 
turned back by fog.from an at-° os 
dempted landing at Seattle’s Boe- 
ing Field. x 

Mrs. Jones was riding with a* 
nelghbor,, Ira Von Volkenburg, 
when the plane came plunging 
down a steep bank and swep: the 
car across the road. Von Volken- +. - 
poate fonts re ae in ; 
out. Ww an en gro 






































VETERAN PRINTER SERVED 
65 YEARS AT TRADE 


Whitby, Ont., Dec. 1 — (CP)— 





























































Galt Woman _| Warned of Bogus 
To Tea Party $100 Bills 


Hamulton, Dec, 1. (CP)—Ham- 
ilton merchants were warned to~ 
day to be on he look-out for 
counterfeit $100 bills which may 
be in circulation here following 
recent alscovery of a ring. Cpl. 




































London, Dec. 1 (CP) — Sars. 
Robert Bracey, wife of a Galt 
sectionman, has accepted an in- 
vitation from Princess Elizabeth 
to attend a tea party at Buck- 
Ingham Palace Dec. 16, Canada 
House announced today. 

The invitation was thé second 


extended by the Princess — andl 
this time Mrs. Bracey will be 
there on time. The grey-halre+ 





car without finding : 
Mrs. Jones, He was driven away /  .. 
seconds later as the plane burst : 
into flames, followed by, an ex- ¥: 
plosion. : 



















































































Washington, Dec. 1 (AP) —,spreading of polsonous radloac- 
United States armed forces are|tive materials by air or the equal- 
working on plans to protect the/ly stealthy technique of attack 
civilian populaton from the two/on men, animals and plants by]: 
newest and, deadliest forms of| bacteriological means are part of 
warfare — atomit and germ at-|the research activities of the°ar- 
tack. my, navy, air force and other ag- 



















to protect commun! 
ARABS CALL STRIKE—Page 4 












































BAZAAR AND PIE SOCIAL ORANGE 
Hall, Plainfield, Wednesday, “ 
3rd., at 8 o'clock. 50 : 
cents, Under auspices of Women's 4 
Institute, N2eDi ne: 
Borat ZVRONG EVERY mo} 3 x : 
nig E am. in Saco 
Reds Front’ Street. Admission 25 
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But Mrs. Bracey missed the/ bills. He was sentenced to King- 
party by a few hours. Travelling {ston Pemltentlary. Another of ‘the 
with 16-year-old Betty Joyce| gang was arrested in Kirkland 
6 — of generals oaletell ope of, the Seay comraiasien, meruriie health} Bracey arrived in Britain hours] they possessed seco. bn Re 200 | Gay over 2, Posi, st ay Cripps, Chancellor of the. :s Coming E RpERES 
B3 . ) & pro. original-| service and the agriculture de-| late because of adverse weather|1n the counterfcit currency. ly h befo: ‘ —_— ; 
iries turn ir bos. |1¥ started as an army study, has] partment. conditions on thelr flight acrosy| It had been the intention of |, become really hungry betore|chequer, as’ holding out against] - December 2nd. LO.OF. Temple 
. estimated to 
at quitting’ interested agencies, it has been}has been thrown about the sub-| because she could not see her|After tLe transaction had been| Doctors,-clergymen and news-|°! forelgn currency 
; tah eg priate suEned over to Defence Secretary | ject of bacterfological warfare by| gitt — a tatting bedspread on| Completed, high graders would papers expressed fear that the pratt rae ati 
compiled in a poll of |)mes Forrestal. the commands of the armed for-| which she had worked. elght| have becn out of pocket and the |’ 04 shortage may bring on dis-|°2!4 % be leading the m i 
a . Pe EP y ha the country's 1 
Baicteionn Ts (Romever, tat part of the uly | he projecl pont fo at eas thre| Says He Was Forced Saou io hamper the country | duce serious black markt ta 
Da’ strong El Stinks cic’ |Pizining “the problems involved| defence against germ warfare: . | BY Wife to Sleep in Car DEAN BROTHERS AND BROWN | 2°: Food i Mintster:y Strachey £: was 
cle, ed’ that ma . ~ 
‘ cr) ai trae hs wife.” pson biome tobe h fest te supplies, in crops, among ee bee wife jeter ae: Sutton, W. Va. Dec. 1 (AP)~— taper members ¢ a parliament and resdyfovere rsteants patie 
idisner and then Pr gto |erR, mass destruction methods. | 2, immunization (if the agent] Mtiin with a shoe, dumped him | The Dean brothers had a “double |S°me members of the government) Drought delayed plowing’ in 
: a .' 
lea boas shoul be Mare [nange Sales zng trom |irom "Whe" deberatel-paned|te'tgh'n Bs autgonle "| aealr‘The betes ihe four| DU, (0 bay food abond, | much of the, work ‘untold ees Agen 
about 40, six feet tall, bs = agistrate Jobn B young persons, were found yes- ; e 
: e) groomed, and one aid rele fare should not properly be the} — 3, Allaying of panic created | fined Mrs. Dascerzo $100, to be | terday In an automobile filled melee co nor deny _that/ prevent catching up. 
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The report of a five-man board|encies including the Atomic En-|a gift of nylon stockings, Mrs,|One of the culpriis told _ police 

z Py work, ete. Refreshments, 15 

~headed by last-minute |DY the navy, air force and other| that surrounding the atomic bomb| Mrs, Bracey was disoppointed| gtade ore at a . mining centre. |into the stores. bring Britain an annual ‘income|’ (cent N2sD1 
Jer—"Phlubbs and fled as secret. It is uhderstood,| However, those familiar with loaded gold. s that) reduced rations might pro- 
changes in-laws and national ec-| ing of toxic agents in the alr, in obtained a war-|AYED IN CAE pondent of the Iyberal News| fewer exports and still less food. 

= Desinsisiam iste, ATTENTION ALL MASONS! BRO- 

Bliss, podiatry reed that the of industry and populations to|sible) against spread by epdemic| stairs, and’ forced him to spend} all had an appointment  with|2*itain's reduced foreign invest-|cultura} areas and now, with 
litary ‘men point our. tlon of germs or by the mere ru= y it}and floods last winter, cut this 






White of Winnipeg who had sent] Lake, and a third in Montreal 
: Ge. Fron . 
¥ with a rr hy eels nar been completed. After perusal; A mantle of secrecy surpassing] the. Atlantic. the gang at first to purchase high |Next. summer’s food crops flow |sale of foreign investments, which Se en 
college graduates: The report at present, Is classi-| ccs. years. , counterfetters could have un- sides apavcititmeckart’’ eeees urging the sale on the grounds 
and the possible fundamental] 1. Early detection of the plant-| pettimore, Dec, 1 (apy — SISTERS. FOUND ASPHYXI- Geoffrey Cox, political corres-jof less food, lower production, 
Louis Dascenzé obtair Ae 
Such questions as the dispersal |{s such that immunization is pos-| out of ped, shoved him’ downs | date” with the Brown sisters, but |2°¢, Using the sale of more of| many of the richest British agri- 
} ltt coat 
pebos eta ae sony decision'of the armed forces, mi-jelther by the actual dissemina- paid in weekly instalments of $2.| with gas fumes, police reported. the tréaneee snientpe eee but} The drought, following snow ToS Balas} Mheking. Chis, haar rsd 


‘The specific methods of coping|mor that such a secret attack by agreed to provide the | Authoritles, said the gas eviient-|had sold 48,000,000. ($182,000,- | year’s crops so heavily that po-! AT . st. 


mon fe : t exha soecey 
with an A-bomb attack, the an enemy has been taade, Wife p.hicsebelt maar SR pOR ee oe fen “Bu 
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000) of ite gold reserves in No-|tatoes had to be rationed at three 
vember and) bought $60,000,000'!pounds weekly per person. 














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wold ad- ; 
“health slo- : 
Frame,*'70- \: 
= THE DAVIES 
$9 : 
ven aT 
chairman; on BRIDGE PM paid eab bee 
A. W. Hensm : 
- ares clases; Don 
MAJOR H: ALFORD | . | : tefly. ee Lockyer, 
GIVEN PROMOTION Col. Brig. Ne Frette Santa fon oe and-R. ay ‘Us 
Major Harry Alford, Bridge St. | in Jesus could ore Serene a Monday night, a women's rally "Bante 10,15 FM 
Givi Service employee: with’ the | ing “water” Christian, "gaia the | 6 is being held in the citadel. Tak- sleigh with onal towey 4 Tet eee 







speaker, She warned against ing part are Mrs. Layman, Mrs. on a blanket of snow, with ° 


Canada’s Newest Concert 
Captain Greenwood, Mrs. R. War-! prancing deer in front. Discovery. . 
Walter oe Fame enka Copo eS el oe este <I omen see es 
rs, ewman, : 
- wide Red - ired | Trenton Home League. pe Ey 
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his successor, Robert 
sins He is willing to forgive us | 2D0F acted. Next Friday night Com-| Madoc, Dec. 1 (Special) — The 
by Gordon Brown, Sincere words Bloomfield Men's Yon! Nov, ‘23rd, after euffering injur- 
Total $94,575 } Jor welcome and appreciation s 
presenting w onstruction value of | Fellowship, conducted the meet- on Saturday. The hall was loaned|Chapel, Madoc, on .Wi 
Topping tne commercial build-| testimony were b aes ie ale min eet 


5 cee ares a at the first meet- 
: form" good works, asserted Miss |ing of the new French cab- LATE SAMUEL BUSH 
Buil e P. tte | |Gerrie, tor without the shedding 
ermits .of blood there was no remission 
our sins and cleanse us from all oe Gua aoe ¥ ae ‘as agree] 
junright ae Dr. Glen Shortliffe of Queen's|to ip who died in the Belle- 
jes when hit by a motor car a 
= by Mr. Crowde: 
H _ rome’ ar. Crowder, week previous to his death, was 
y by the Anglican Church since thejlast to Hazzard’s United Ch: 
$94,575, were issucd at the city jing with characteristic charm and urch -|where service was conducted 
hall during November, according !sincerity. Scripture was rea¢ by Is Marked by ed by fire, The Pretoterions telalthe mews 2. Oats, Moree nt OL 
ing list rinit to William | Margaret Sullivan snd Margaret | aD 
was a pel n rgare: in 
Atyeo. Sir_ Thomas Picton Chapter|Prayers | 
Nellson Ltd.. for a warehouse at | Atyeo I. O. D. E. held a tag day on Sat-| Hazzard 















strikes, is pictured chatting 
wi 
TE 
inet in Paris. The nation Is (Madoc Tuwnship) 
tof sins. If we will confess our 
F or November University was guest speaker at|ville General Hospital on Suni 
i, The opening prayer was given sr ouetey, 
Eighteen building permits rep-{Eric Naylor, chairman of the ou Setaday, The hell wes teed |Chepe adoe ee ee 
to the city engineer's records. | Alan Haw and words of personal service Sunday afternoon in the|John’s Anglican Church, Ma: 
the corner of Weilington and Bur-| Gifts in song by the chorus and 


Special Services 






















ton Street, af a cost of $40,500, and eet under the beaipheronih of 
a new warehoute and‘office for » were very elfective-/| The beginning of the season 

Cana kets laced local stores 
ig apd at sone 000” ae cel i eens ae received lof Advent was marked by end ay terete] of canned 
Awellings were included: in the ¢ special services in  Chrin | goods received. Mrs. S. J. Collier e 
months list. Following is the n Church early in the morn- | Was convener. Charles Keene, maby 
complete lst contrikiasen : tango Brown jing, the adult branches of the Colorful Parade George Ketcheson, William Ten- See the Prec t styles. 
seer aes Be Ostrom, alteration, Ing Jesus” peat n solo, “Trust- | woman's Auxiliary made their . nyson, Benjamin Miller, Mark 

oira West, $500; V. M esus, a march f: communion and offered special}, A typical winter setting was|Howard and Ken. Burris. $1.25 te $15.00 


Amodeo, dwelling, Ponton Street, | Salvation Army Band re: turday’ Mr. Bush was born in 
$3,500; A. C. Waiker, wolen was played by the instrumental |prayers “for missiong following provided by nature for Sa 2d PR nathg nadtges 









































































































ot ie de.j{Madoc township and was in his 
ti : 236 1-2 Front, $100; J. Blackburn, | Quintet. Margaret Atyeo Cap-|the example of St: Andrew who ee tigate an gaening 8lst. year. He was acon of the 
eae 4 garage, 272 Charles, $500; A. De-|2>ly performed the duties of the first discipl = late Samuel Bush and his wife 
“GENUINE PARTS jie, three dweit pianist, ther for Christ, Decebtect eee erent at BOOe Bnd 8 erie an Ae eee n eeces All hie tite 
, ae ham ‘Street, $13,500; Uperr Cac ther for Christ. Breakfast in the | shone as two miles of floats, |the late Mary Rycer- All his life 
f SR 0 tee ada News, warehouse and olfice,| - Parish Hall followed at which the | bands, cortumes and other entries/ 0) Ei'born and daring his active|| THE DRUGIST 
4 $20,000; Chris Lockyer, : Rector, J. Grant Sparling, spoke | travelled from Bloomfield, five)" 00) ov as engaged in farming. Phone 138 
: MERCURY = LINCOLN || 325 Duiscin’ seers SEES: . . on the International Missionary | miles, distant to Picton, and|¥ears he was engaged in farming. “ 
: ets and *S 75, -41 Ltd, warehouse, $4 Malcolm 7 ation Given Conference at Whitby. through the town. sh slip~ F 
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At 11 am., the Scouts of thé | pery roads kept nany a == 
_ in ue ~ a ea tance inte at a Laraetd ee Bo Hazzard's ~ = 
‘ooper, and the Wo! bs 12,00 00! an as e Royal Black oI a 
: charge of Mrs. Kemp attendea | royal welcome for Santa passed De satteeg, te the community he LIZZIE'S TASTY “LUN & 
te : nes morning prayer in a body. The| by. At the Armories, more than was highly esteemed, 18 WEST BRIDGE STREET . 
a cies : Call Madoc  (Specis!) — Reeve |first lesson was read by Patrol | 2500 children greeted Santa and Surviving him is one sister J 
= George West receiv: iLeader Kenneth Moo! d the fs = Is Open All Night to Give 24-Hour Service. 
BELLEVILLE MOTOR CAR ceived an acclama- |Leader Kenn: re, an were given old-fashioned candy|ytrg George. MacAwan, Edmon 
cl : tion for the reeveship of the vil- lzecond by Slxer Philip Stewart. canes by the Chamber of Com-|ton Alberta. OPEN FRIDAY MOBNING, 7 O'CLOCK TILL THU 
> in $200, Harry M.' Clarke, dwell lage of Madoc at the nominations [Other  Scouters on parade in-| merce. 4 MOENING, 1 AM. — CLOSED ALL DAY THURSD. 
* COMPANY, LIMITED ing, 62’ Murney, $4000. AE [meeting held in the village town |cluded Jos. Burshaw and Baloos/ music was provided by the Alr 
Care Bridgo me Coteman 8ts || Keegan, garage’ and workshop, ball on Friday night. jDorothy Little anc Jean Lamb. 
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Cadet bugle band of Kingston and 

4 Also given an acclamation were |The service was conducted by ban ef 

= Sout Chur ire’ $500; Clem iiast year's council which includes |the Reverend Everett P. Smith, pc Ante pcg pepe Bota col 

368 Vick verani and — garage, | village councillors Jack Kincaid, jwith the rector delivering an Ad- | ST) Tee Uae Bl pu rtedi Goes 
: ctoria, $359, and H. Clare, |Wesley Hulin, Philip Rivers and |vent message from the text in Po! 

Xitchen. 41 Baldwin Street, $300. |jud. McGowan, Mc. Perey Derry |Romans 14:11 “Awake, Thou That | ‘umes, Including all kinds of ani- 

: i was nominated for council but 'SI - al F ae tif Got cae eee 

For The Junior Miss withdrew his name. Mr. Kincaid | The cholr under the direction o boo 


recelved a nomination for the/Mr. Arthur Simpson and Mr. | ters. 
H $ reeveship but ‘dic not all h ye Martin sang Purcell’s “Re- One float included a cage con- 
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name to stand. tjoice in the Lord”, for an anthen, | taining 20 valuable pups “worth 
Dr. S. R. Beatty, was the meet- featuring a trio of men in the | $1,000. A bakery had two Aunt 
ing’s unanimous choice for the |rolo section, Arthur Young, Lionel.| Jemimas cooking on a zickety 
office of hydro commissioner. Blaker and Alfred Evans. stove. A huge black shoe filled 
The Reverend J. M. Brownlie| with children represented the 
rector of St. Paul’s Church, Mar- | Old Woman who lived in a shoe. 
‘|mora, was the special preacher! An Alaskan float was in silver 
at evensong. A fine evangelical | with big snow ball and cast in 
sermon was delivered from the | parkas, 
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Royalite 16 1-28 satel ol erate ae ra red ck orn 

San Antonio 440 By the Oltawa Staff of * | Economic Restrictions © ; 
2 Saakeg tf ned ARKET i: 7 ee] "The Canadian Press tion also is 

Slscoe : x 5 industrial , Ottawa, Dec. 1 —(CP)— ‘The 

Sladen M. 42 1- tical troubles; the unpredict- 

Sullivan 200, A it Pole outcome of the Big Four For- sop ctetntrarbtes gmt 

Steep Rock 225 Churning cream Secretaries’ meetii Lon- 

Sylvanite 210 1 Ib, 67 fob, 71 delivered. 





Butter prints’ unchanged, Ist 
grage 66, 2nd grade 63, Srd grade 


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Eggs: Receipts heavier ahd ‘Eni e icti : : the 
market easier cn top grades,| diminutive farm wife who was This would for the Bi tpt An : 
jower grades continue firm. at | crowned “Wheat Queen” last year reflected the| | This also would apply for | the |as their exiry teat’ the festrice | BABY CATCHES MOUSE 
Se Dates ena: mesnim twin fried hacer ll ups betng put back again on fresh | ions would be short-term in chat}. siagerstown, Md., Dec. 1—(AP) 
50, A’ pullet 45-46, B 45, C 35-36; | The 33-year-old’ Allsop, who ts and vegetables and canned j acter. However, official sources) “151110 coun “aged 16 months | 
country shippers uote Bice has Leon apr, Paar at the ) f ; 
eggs, cases free, A large - exposition since and was 
1-2, A medium 45 1-2-46, A pullet | Wheat King in 1934, won with his|ments of 24 Canadian companies 
42, B 42, C 32-33. sample of Reward variety Leber representative of, neatly Or erin 

ons 

Toronto, Dec. 1 (CP).—Price nOGs red spring wheat, judged 


trends were mixed in quiet early among the 3,000 cholce samples |agriculture, foods, liquors—show- 
stock Toronto; Dec. 1 —(CP)—Hos 


in the show. His vicey yaarked <F ee increases 0 Steg a 
. the 14th time a Canadian ‘won year ranging 7 
change today as industrials and| prices were unchanzed at Strat- 
base metals improved moderately| ford, $22.75 delivered to farm- |the wheat crown during the last} 158.4 per cent. 
while golds eased off. Stocks trad- $22.90 to truckers, 


ferent times. an K . 
25 years. Failure of markets to respond to Emi pai 
While golds coved off. Stocks trad) wn Tat ‘Hulk: unchanged at | . Mrs, Kelsey's 1947 entry placed | good earnings was soe [0 ave tbs, As iely that (Cae 2e-/eaere Comes 180 Mrs. Smith, ‘almost 
over. $22.75 delivered and unquoted 
Volume for the first three hours 


: ‘nervous | 
moval of ceilings will come at the external purchases the | as the mouse, wrapped it ir a bag | 
second 3a. "hye" tard cot eatin Goer peerage perp Baye | various dates timed to meet the.Marshall Aid-to-Europe plan it | and dumped it in a nearby coal. 
off truck, in markets reporting bale ieathg Gwyllt of Kelvington, Jer countries imposing import’ re- appearance of the new pack. tis possible the controls may dis- | yard. ‘ : 
was 420,000 ehares. about 2,000] thismorning, == Sasi, won the Barley King title |strictions, exports from producing 
‘ é * after his entry took sccond prize |countries may decline. Counter-]/ sy 
§ Milk Dist it ut Fear D in the six-rowed barley, region |acting this was the expected im- 
In Consumption if Prices too High 
‘ Beaver variety of early oats, was 
selected from a crop of 800 bu- High Activity In Canada 
shels grown this year. Available reports showed con- 
(By The Canadian Press) price per quart will be 19 cents. Other Canadian entries win- | tinued high activity in Canada. 
Toronto and Sault Ste. Marle|ning honors were: Carloadings for the week end- 
Although most Ontario milk] consumers will pay 18 cents, St.| Tom Corlett of Clairmont, {ing Nov. 22 increased to 86,508 
|week, many in Western Ontario] keep milk at its present 15 cents|B.C., second in the-field beans, |by the Alberta wheat pool in the 
held firm to their decision to in-|a quart. other varieties. six months ended Sept. 30 wiped 
crease it only a cent. Argument between producers| D. E. McEwen, London, Ont.,| out the pool's indebtedness to the 
Distributors at these centres—|and distributors continued at ajas only exhibitor in he native | provincial fovernment. 
including Kitchener, Galt, Lon-| number of points, At Hamilton a me under 8 pens class, was ae See 
don, Waterloo, Guelph, Wood-| Board of Arbitration was set up to| awa rst prize, Department store dollar sales up 
4 fight for the 55-cent-a-hundred-| judging contest. The Canadian : 
But producers, faced by mount-| weight increase for whole milk| team was 13th in aogs and fourth | |More motor vehicles financed 
ing costs, urged action, Said Bert] awarded by the Ontario board.|in cattle, than in any month since Septem-{ 
Hughes, president of London Dis-| Waterloo County producers at} H. E, McGill of O.A.C. placed | ber, 1941. epauetion vet 2-{ 
trict Producers: “We are ready for| present receive $3.35 a hundred-| fifth in the competition involving |, Wheat flour p vith 2,432 eis 
a fight to have the two-cent in-| weight. individual members of the teams, | 531,104 compared w ’ 






















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vesting 

vegetables vary from early sum- | conserving Canada’s dwindling 

mer to late Septemoer and the’supply of U.S. dollars, depends 

packs of each variety cofse-:cn external rather than internal 

quently reach the market at dif- ievelopments. If, for ‘example, 
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one, contest. plementation of the Marshall Plan 
The new oats crown went to| which, in its vast $16,000,000,000 
Alex M. Stewart and Son of Ailsa |or more ald to Europe might be 
Craig, Ont. The Stewart entry, a expected to take up any slack. 
increased the|Catharines, Niagara Falls and/|Alta., first in the aaklakine clover | from 82,508 the previous week. 
e two-cent-per-| Goderich 1734 and the others 17.| class; Angus D. McLean, Parkhill, | Canadian tobacco stocks at Sept. 
One Ontario point held firm as|Ont., second in the field beans; |30 were up 26.3 per cent from a 
Palmerston distributors ‘decided to| Mrs. John Hamilton, Duncan, | year ago. Payments of $1,900,000 
stock, St. Thomas, Stratford, Till-| fix an equitable price. At Kitch-| The team from the Ontario 
sonburg, Strathroy, Listowel, Ay]- ener, producers. announced a|Agricultural College ut Guelph |12 per cent over Gaebes, | 1 
mer and Harriston—feared a drop| meeting this week would discuss| placed sixth in points among 20 | with average increases for he 
in milk consumption if prices go|the matter and sald they would/ entries in the collegiate livestock 10 seagate of the year at per 
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crease enforced and will not back} In Essex County, where pro- i J. Harpel, of Crawfords- barbs barter THE PRECISION WATCE : 
i ducers are asking an increase| ville, Ind. was crowned Corn Unis ted applicants Nov. 13 ‘ 


" from the present $3.55 to $4.96, 
nouhced at Toronto, Sarnia, Owen| which would raise the price to 
Sound, St. Catharines, Oshawa,| consumers from 16 to 20 cents a 
Niagara Falls, Goderich, Kingston,| quart, a deadline for agreement 
Cornwall, Brantford, Peterbor-| was extended. If no agreement is 
ough, Sault Ste. Marie and Tim-| reached the matter will go before 
mins. At two of these points,|the Ontario Milk Control Board 


Brantford and Timmins, the newi for arbitration. Ch | rs A al 
“wr Is Di e d 


Toronto, Dec. 1 (CP).—The On- 
tario Court of Appeal today dis- 
missed the appeal of Sydney 
George Chambers against his sec- 
one conviction on Seath sentence 

or murder in the slaying 1 —_ ‘ 
vt hae “Sault Ste. Marie, Ont., Dec. 1 


a @ a Christmas of nine-year-old Mar- 
jon Rusnak of St. Catharines. He|(CP) — Three youths were held 
was sentenced in St. Catharines at|last night, accused of slugging and 
-- second trial to be hanged Dec.|robbing Pcter Lorenzi, 28-year- 


King when his 10-ear sample of 
Yellow Dent Hybrid 844D was 
selected as the best In the show. 
His success brougnt the corn title 
to Indiana for the 2th time, 






was 35,000 lower than a year ago. 
Ontario manufacturing plants re- 
port capacity operation with 60,- 
000 more employed than a year 
ago, and some plants putting in 
night shifts to increase output, 






















































































































In consideration of assurances that interior store lighting 






will be reduced by an amount equal to or greater than the 
















wattage to be permitted for window lighting, certain ex- 
\ . 
emptions to regulations made under the Power Commission 














. old local taxi driver Saturday. 

The appeal of Chambers con-| Police rounded them up in a hunt 

cluded last Friday after defence |that covered Espano:a, Blind Ri- 
, counsel Arthur Maloney complet- - 

The trio: C. Morpaw, 20, of 

Perth; A. McFarlane, 21, of Lan- 

ark; and D. A. Calford, 21, of 

night watchman at a St. Cathar-|today on robbery with violence 

ines canning plant, lured her to|charges. Lorenzi was struck on 

his room in the factory, smothered | the head wth the back of a knife 

jnace. Her body was not found. | beat him up, robbed him of $100 

Chambers was cohvicted and/and left him in bush near Wal- 
sentenced to be hanged on his first| ford, 125 miles cast of here, after 
The second in October again re- eae 
sulted in conviction and death/CHIANG'S SON 10 SUPERVISE 
sentence. . 

Defence counsel argued before| ANTI-INFLATION PROGRAM 
appeal court last week that the} Shanghai, Dec. 1 (AP)—Chiang 
yond a reasonable doubt. He at-|Chiang Ching-Kuo, will super- 
tacked validity of a confession|vise Shanghai's anu-inflation pro- 
made by Chambers which was ad-|kram, the Chinese press, reported 
appeal, the court found it was not |market the excxhange rate of the 
necessary to prove a corpus de-|Chinese dollar dropped from aj 
lecti for prosecution of a murder'ratio of 140,000 ty the dollar to} 


i 
é r ver and Webbwood. 
; Ms \ a 12 ;ed argument for a new trial. 
| Little Marion Rusnak disap- 
| peared Dec. 23, 1946, and the 
Crown alleged that Chambers,| Espanola; will appear in court 
her, and threw her body in a fur-jjin an attack by three men who 
trial, but on appeal won re-trial.! wrecking his taxi. . 
Crown had not proved death be-|Kai-Shek's eldest son, Maj-Gen. 
mitted at his trials. In the firstitoday. Meanwhile on the black 
| charge. 125,000 to the dollar. 


Act are hereby announced. : 






In Southern and North Eastern Ontario, each self-con- 
tained show window facing the.street may now be lighted 


People raving about taxes are 
divided into two classes— 


MEN. and WOMEN 


Drinkers are divided into two 
classes — both enjoy 


-WISHING WELL 


by a single 100-watt lamp from 4 p.m. to closing time, but 
not later than 9 p.m., for the period December 1, 1947 to 
December 25,.1947, inclusive. _ 





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Additional savings in the use of electricity by all classes 

















x Sg i Geld Pilled Lockets 
rv 4 ‘ Gingerale ; Orange and Chains, 
of consumers are ‘still urgentl ' i 
ers ares gently needed. If the exemptions coon R atone of in COMPANY . from $5.00 
announced here result in an increase in the amount of | QUINTE DRY BEVERAGES, 119 Station $t-, Phone 45," Angus Me Jee 
- ° . . . . . . y Ld 
' electricity used by merchants, the exemptions will be with- = d ‘LIMITED! 
ee ; ck ; : \ Re “> SINCE 1860 ~ 
drawn. pas Geo. N. Gorman : ss eae ay, 
. . ASSOCIATE ER of the Ontario Exclusive Agency in Belléville for 
& : : Aaveciation: et; estate Beart ant at GRUEN WATCHES 








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structions. Address Dr. Brady. care of this . 

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whee: The Conservative Daily Tele- 
bes *e graph said: : 

SD REE! “Probably no niceties of map 
known he'd Inherit some of your low traits!” making could have modified the 
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3 present "Ritlement might” have 
LOOKING . BACKWARDS | 
GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF BY-GONE YEARS. | ny other. Unfortunately this in| ly eoe-tourth wares avpromimate-| otilal (U. SB) prepesat 4 
20 YEARS AGO tween Ed. aibenas and Jimmie peice : 
Barnum was hotly contested | Scheme.” / 


December its snr. | mat won by {600 Tne. | toe He ld that many del 


This evening Thomas and 
Eighteen candidates will of the United Nations Palestine 
stand for election as aldermen ene cana “ihe tollee satin Committee to take sufficient no- 
at ag Tumicipal royinaeid on | Fink, tice of the Kays pees to ac- 
Dee. 5. ose re-elec- . cept respo! 'y for imposing 
tion are as follows: William ngitbparently old King Winter by force any plan unacceptable 
Donohue, Charles L. Hyde, F. come to stay. to Jews and Arabs. ‘ 
Russell Wotten, A, B. Collins, Police Magistrate Masson is “The committee's 
pa nates Gilford walker in Deseronto today, —— 
rge O. Tice, new Miss M. Ryan is visiting her 

men are Geo. A. Reid, Phil | home in Peon fora te dass, Pires: 4 of Jean Badgley, 23, 
Harrison, J. Willlam Day, Da- Lovers of hockey will be | Withdrawal of the British civil|¢aughter df Mr. and Mrs, Hugh 

Pleased to learn that Belleville |and military machinery which| Badgley, of Frankford, was 
W. #H. Luftman, Willlam 7 will have a fast Junior hockey |now ensures oe ae order. 

team this hich wil: No Power to force 
Charles L- Bronson, Gilbert | fooked arisen ani ehealent | “Khare dane sigh thet the cons 
French and George Ketcheson. manager and good sport Harry | mission will be able to call upon 
Fi erreray ss Deir, mayor are | Burrell, who bas handled masz. |the services of oe international |of Stir ‘ 
man R. P, White and ex-Alder- winning combinationgs in the military force provid y the} Miss Badgley’s parents were at 











































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bt i 
#4 (which ushers in the miracle of Christmas, man Harry Greecine? part aed will probably do so patric Meeell — Ate a] ben ese time, ibe, strt be- QUESTIONS, & ANSWERS 
“that time when childhood is enthroned in seaso; i eacie= | ine: ron house. 3 
grea 30 YEARS AGO ed to the Security Council under body was found in the sum- What is a Housecar? 
the t Yuletide ga tc 50 YEARS AGO the charter suffice = ener the mer Kitchen. RS Ben Toate 
iB “other year is’ ven Dece . coercive measures w threat- c ce a eville o unhealthy to 11 
GF ihche f Tothare: ote eatin have piped actuate December Ist, 1897. ened Arab opposition may entail.”| sre investigating the death while} and sleep ina housecar on ace 
| thought of o' . Mr, T. H. Thompson, Reeve The reunion of the members | _ The Liberal Manchester Guar-|Coroner J. Russeli Scott has or- {count of carbon monoxide fumes 
their qualities and characteristics but De- of Madoc Village, was in town of Court Quinte A.O-F. at their | dian sald: “The plan as it stands accumulating in thé vehicle. 
cember. is packed full of the true spirit : or i seas me avecing Mae. bpd has two great weaknesses, The i MS (C.L) § 
"which no one can escape and which no one of Palomar and the mathe-| ; 7° Tents $0 Hoe St. | eutcese | Seo ie Mackenzie acca ala bakip ye Rapp Ahswer — If any kind of fuel 
= tries to escape, so merry and so happy is the | matical philosophers who pore over their Belleville $61,100, Trenton $2- the. Poorer ed and introduced has been provided to Impose it | vill is’ burned for heat or far 
_ time. The very word December signifies in-| observations in the generations to come.— » Deseron 150, Tweed Be 5 |. “The paper described the Bri- there should be = paitake ne 
* tense hainien interest to everyone. Clevéland Plain Dealer: Sa eee $8850, pane source of peel eee tish government's conduct of the pipe \to carry products of 2 
| The spark of imagination’ is in every |. $800, Stirling and Rawdon $210 | Pictures with the veriscope and {Case before the United Nations! ROOKIE COP FINDS e lon qut of the housecar. 
~ min every deed | 000,’ Sidney $1.200, Thurlow~| sev@ral musical selections on | &#, “unworthy. ; MANHOLE COVER STOLEN Usqii screen of unbleached mus- 
Dat ts the 2 hich in Whites. Lead Norte Tule ey teem | pleas maphone, all of which | | “We gave no advice sugsestions,| Toronto, Dec. 2 — (CP)—-Rook- mits fresh sit and pecan a 
* It is the spirit ep haeitere wi = - : : ge 4 puser’ and Limerick, pl cn can eae Soaps we proposed no plans,” it said.|!e Constable Stanley Ralke does} dangerous catbon monoxide to es- 
: eal 0d will and cheer. Popular belief that the yellow races com- Hilt $1,100, Bancroft. $550 El Lewis, George Fax and A. Rut- | “If our silence was intended to| not appreciate some ambitious cape, admits light-in the daytime, 
ee & message of * | prise the bulk of earth’s population has} sevir’ and’ Grimsthorpe $600, | tan. Miss Lula Chalaupka acted | shock the United Nations into aj thief making off with manhole excludes insects, rain, snow, dust 
The days of this month pass swiftly as| teen debunked. The “white” Caucasoid| Totol $121,250 me Se | as “accompanist. in a'pleasing ty anne” wae Somalan- tieek silts be peace aeoped - Copyright, 1907 
~ men women, boys and caugh' races membership ths manner. -|ly unsucce: ie 
up tthe whirl of the raha geod th trestle Negroid P i sciernatig the Viclory Lae a the lle Mr. S. Campbell, clerk at the +. “It a = ‘ = ode of — tumbling down an open sewer. by John F. Dille Co, 
; e Faces €r.} ing service in St. Andrew's | GT.R. offices here is relieving ;that the ations shou 
of. the great mid-winter festival and then 


The present day world’s population of 2,500 | Presbyterian Church Sunday. at the Kingston office. have realized from the first that 















“feels a sense of profound happiness in the milli Mr. Edward McHugk {s |!t must provide an jnreznations? 
" days that follow to the end of the month percent Mongolold tad tnt Geusois, 40] 40 YEARS AGO fpending a few days in Pem- |{oree t0 impose partion. So in- 
> when a new year enters. ‘ Negrold, says Milwaukee Journal. December 1st, 1907, e. ‘this Is not quite so easy as it sounds 






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The Rev. David Wishart of hard’ 
The roller skating race be- Madoc was in town today, and it ts iy surprising that 


both Russia and the United Sta- 
oo tes tried to avoid it.” 


YOU'D BE SURPRISED | THREE FAT, ALITIES 


By vaiiaied W. STIMPSON (Continued from Page 1) 
INFORMATION ROUNDUP Crashes into Bus 


How did “fathom” originate? | the trees there are evergreens ! Suffering fatal injuries when 

“Fathom” In the sense of a unit | 4nd do not strew the brooks with j the car which he was driving 

of measurement {s derived from |@Utumnal leaves. The lith-cen- i went out of control and crashe: 
i u tury at Vallombrosa, suppressed - 

Anglo-Saxon “faethm,” an em-| jn 1816, now houses a schcot of {nto an army bus three miles 

brace. The outstretched arms is|forestry, and the village is a West of Trenton, Dr. Ralph Chris- 





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“i Furthermore, the “white” races rapidly 
2 ae he eee ° are widening the gap. Anthropologists esti- 
_Co-Ordination of Private Flying mate that during the last 300 years, the 
All private flying and. air touring | Negroids have increased 100 percent while 
’ throughout the world is to be cd-ordinated | the Mongoloids have increased 200 percent. 
+ from London. This has just been decided | But the extremely prolific “white” races 
by a unanimous vote of the International | have mutiplied themselves 700 times. 
» Aeronautical Federation which has chosen 
the Royal Aero Club of Britain as the body] Twelve Polish war veterans out of 4,500 
responsible for the task. A private aviation | brought to this country have broken the 
division of 1A.F. has also been formed and |Tules and are “missing” from their assigned 
} is to make its headquarters at Londonderry | places of employment. The remarkable 
House, in Park Lane. To assist LAF. in thing is that so few out of so many have 
his expansion of its activities, the Royal |broken bounds, says Ottawa Journal. 
















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the underlying thought of the | noted summer resort. . ropceaat eT aa tere National Housing Ad 

etc twill bear the eee ee Unfortunately t rid 1 f ye Un eet Christi ho it x > 
| term arrangements for financing thée’new we canno ourselves 0: ore ear measurements Mrs. Christianson who was a 
accion are completed. Aviation hubs of all} criminals by abolishing slums and paying |were standardized and when ARABS CALLSTRIKE Ein ealee s arenis tho ar LO RNE McD OUGA LL 

uations affiliated to LAF. will be entitled higher wages. Most Heals eonloa bg lence bar ta sulfering from lacerations "and Agendes Limited 

make use of the services offered by this | agains property — it is the lure of easy Fou inekntarn os eager (Continued from Page 1) ee — Leper oy et- 168 Frond Street - Belleville 
wi t money, money without the necessity of 
department in London without charge. ¥ yO ltance from finger tips t a Dr. Christianson, was driving Phone 168 
They include reliable information on fuel | work, that fills the penitentiaries, and that rg ips to finger} Officials of the Arab higher 











committee telephoned mayors of | West and is thougtt possibly to 
all Arab cities for “situation re- | have been blinded by the glare 
ports” and told them to urge the | Of the sun as he passed a small 
People to “stand by for a call to | truck. His auto ¢rasted into an 
ection.” The committee will meet | ¢ast-bound army bus driven by 
later In the week in Damascus| Cpl, William Wilding. 
with Haj Amin El Husseini, Mufti| Coroner Dr. F. M. Dure of 
of Jerusalem. Brighton: has ordered an inquest 

One high Arab source sald that| looking into the death but the 
“Arab tension is mounting over| date had not yét been set. Mrs. 
Palestine" and “much of the Christianson is in Belleville hos- 


a 
SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK By R. J. SCOTT 


tips of a man's outstretched arms, 
“Fathom” {is used in the English 
version of the New Testament to 
render Greek “origina,” which {s 
from “orego,"* signifying to ex: 


JUST FOLKS gd esos 

ae fs By EDGAR A. GUEST ough originally a land 
European Workers for U.K. Pits (Copyright, 1947, Eagar A. Guest) term, “tathom” sis, noun sure 
30,000 European volunteer workers are HINT TO FATHERS 


note six i Aro} unit os mea- 
tag to Bat 's preoks . sure used in NK soundings of 
nights eeein Lerstes es ihe At eight or nine, if-he were wise, 


which. was recently approved by the Na- Had. eens aa Sp eyes, 


‘supplies, routes and landing grounds, as|lure is not confined to any group or class, 
well as supply of maps. Assistance will also | the Ottawa Journal comments. 

be yiven those national aero clubs which 
desire to start air touring sections. 













































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— FLESHY MASS : 
‘onal Union of Mineworkers’ Executive. Like you, he’ man . . F TAL CACTUS : 
»It is also proposed to bring over’ 10,000 , he'd be a eH iNocAcTUS i 


jomeless German orphans who are now in| “Bd if he ate with proper grace, What is meant by the “leaves 


The best of manners knew, of Vollombrosa” 
nps in Germany. Foreign volunteers are . In “Crusad in Crinoli 
eady coming to England to work in the Washed willingly his hands and face, Tusador in Crinoline 


% (1941) Forrest Wilso that 
Pmines at a rate of 100 a'week and this num-| _H¢’d be as old as you. Henry Ward Beecher tyid ni 
iber will be stepped up to 250 by mid-De- 













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¢ ree peiriee haneagedl Leda that 
she shou nish “ e i 
aber rns Yorcign workers will oe taught Though fond of candy, cake and pie, oi oe 






































4 Cabin" he would “scatter it thick practical tool And what 2 saving! es 
pereiah at special camps and given train-|~ Joey ruts ee Wen the iby tas auemabrons” See us today! : ee 
aie Bee ear ang, WORK AN |." Tost such should neoke Kim — - | Bool form in 1882 it sold 2,500,000 This offer expires January 312. + 

: When playing, if he didn’t shriek, “Thick as the} ¢ Val- 
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“Paradise ; 
He'd be as old as you. ' AT FAIR P Phone 163 
8 welcomed oe ee that there Thee se autumnal leaves res oer mi eaters lee ett a 
& Movement of 10,000 Nether-' ‘Time was you raced the place about Fan TOOK S., 
Je on farms in the Dominion, With strength and ardor fired, ; = Pe embross, | where me 
ming in March, ae ie And just as loudly used to shout. | High over-arch'd imbow’r, ‘oe 
Bare people possessing, admirable} - ‘time was you seldom. tired. “ 
feat Se thrift and industry. Hol! Why now command in manner grim Valley) tar ae erally , “Shady 





a 28 the Sea of history pein to] A grownup ‘he shouid be? nies ecrciarre pooanery 
> Prove the sturdy and reliable|* Remember, you were just like him fies hanmine forests about 16 
‘ her people belong. A When ycu weré young as he. Scns raped elle 

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* Qn November 24th, this Company inserted an advertisement in The Ontario Intelligencer explaining its ‘position i in respect to the strike situation at our plant. We stated 
that we would only open the plant when the U-E.-C.LO. called off its picket lines which would assure to our employees freedom in coming ti to work, without fear of any 
; a Re timidation or violence. - 


“Despite our suggestion which was made in this advertisement that the U.E.-C.L.0. resort to the peaceable procedure of an election to determine whether they should be 
the collective bargaining representative of our employees other than those in the foundry, it is apparent from the events of last week that the U-.E.-C.LO. still prefers to 
maintain its picket lines in an attempt to force recognition through economic pressure. 





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In View of the Fact That There is No Indication that This Picketing will discontinue, and the 
: > Fact that We Feel Our Employees Should Be Made to Suffer No Longer 


~ WE. HAVE NOW DECIDED TO REOPEN OUR PLANT ON 


3 TUESDAY. MORNING, DECEMBER 2nd, AT 8.00 AM. 


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WE HAVE TAKEN ALL POSSIBLE PRECAUTIONS IN RESPECT TO THE SAFETY OF OUR EMPLOYEES IN THE FOLLOWING MANNER: 


ey yh WE HAVE BEEN ASSURED COMPLETE CO-OPERATION ON THE PART OF THE POLICE TO SEE TO IT THAT WHATEVER PICK- rag 
ETING IS PRESENT SHALL BE ORDERLY AND LAWFUL. 


2. WE HAVE ALSO SECURED AN ORDER FROM THE SUPREME COURT OF ONTARIO WHICH IN PART READS AS ae fe 


“THIS COURT DOTH ORDER that the defendants and each of them, their servants, agents, associates and any one acting under their instruc- 
tions and any one assisting or aiding them be and they are hereby restrained until the 3rd day of December, 1947, and until any motion which may 
’ on that day be made to continue this injunction shall have been disposed of, from interfering with or preventing the access of the plaintiff's ‘ 
He j officers, employees, servants, agents and contractors to the plaintiff's property and from committing acts of damage to the said property.” : ~ 


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J # Due to the fact that construction of our new plant additions have been seriously curtailed by this strike, and the fact that it will be some time before we can resume full 
ae production, we will be forced to operate the plant with a reduced working force. Accordingly, all employees who are needed when the plant reopens will be so notified by 
telegram to-night. Consequently, only those employees who receive notification by telegram should report for work to-morrow morning. We will recall other employees 
from time to time as they are needed. 





¢" _ As stated before, this Company will recognize any union which establishes its right to represent our employees through the normal processes of law. 


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In a double ring ceremony with | 
Sudy* Broad: t 


Junior Miss 


fur-trimmed cloth number, 
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bronze ‘mums, and 
‘ribbon marking the guest 
bo, Steet : 


well gave his daugh- 
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Winchell, forewhom a ‘city- 
wide alarm had been issued train, 
when she was reported miss- | her la ey sone cine oe y nes 
a coronet of peariz. e Carr. a 
buat has bean siieed ae ees ct 7 roves wih mal 
has returned home safely. 















man, London, Ontario, the mar- 
riage to take place at Memorial 
Care Albert College, Decem- 

























Pickett is anjolder sister of Mrs: 
Aman's father,’ Mr.+ George. F. 
Stewart, Highland Ave., and had|a nosegry of pink ’mums. 
attained the advanced age of 92] Bridesmaids, tue Misses Phyllis 

years. Dafoe and Doris Burd wore iden- 
of Frankford, announce the cn- 


tical guwns of blue satin. with 
| Basen ot Gee sounaes | ME, Wien, Rel, whe 1 a-| ayn ne ae, macg sol Pe Sed Sheet maaeed 
>> daughter, Ethel Fern, to H. ng Forestry School at Dor-| der-le vells and mitts, an 2 s o of Ho rson- 
[Herd Chen, ot cre Ei a ee ae vcaies the Ing and Green mated wen| allies. "Photo shows: Thelr Majesties the 
and the late Mr reen, her, Mts. Edwin Reid an * esties n 

of POCCAG: the marriage to take |Of his cister, Miss Myrtle Reid, ’ = FFAS Queen tab witli 


the groom, and the ushers were I 
place on December 20th, in the Street. . the players who had appeared on the stage| Margaret is shown’ the album by Bob Hope. 
United Church, Frankford, Ont.) | 1 Soroptimist Club members Following the ony a re-| 2d Bob Hope presented to Princess Mar-| In centre is King Michael of Remania, 


Bee a3 .__ | who were quests of the Peterbor-| ception was held at the “Chez 
os . Wm. Oliphant, Holloway | Ou: u is weekend were | Henri” restaura.) eville, 
i hack en kira hy at pha Mrs. Georgia Smith, president, } where the bride's mother received 





ENGAGEMENT NOTICE 
Mr. and Mrs. George V. Bamber, 


































After the royal film performance at the; geret for Princess Elizabeth, an album of 






































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300 BRIDES BALLOT FOR ELIZABETH’S DRESSES 































in follo attack of pneu- | Dr. Lillie Mathieson, Misses Mary | In a dress of mulberry crepe with ? ege | 
nonla® eres Lloyd, Dorothy Fluke and Mrs,%black accessorics, and a corsage |. | Women Ss Activities 
SF cits fe bow 4 Hawaon. The Peterborough | of sew Wvgmae She bots * ——————— 
% Mrs. Allan Coyle of Toronto, ub was ccleorating its second | sisted by the groom's mother . a 
: visiting at the home of her sister, | birthday with a dinner party in|]* gown of grey lace with wine BADIESIAN LEGION 99°." 
i Mrs. Scripture, Ann Street. ‘he Empress Hu‘el. ¥ accessories and a corsage of blue hat. 



















Ladies of the Auxiliary to the 
Canadian Legion No, 99 held their 
monthly meeting Thursday night, 
in the Saco Club rooms, when 
officers for the coming year were 
elected. Mrs. Jeffs was re-elected 
as president for a fourth term. 
Other officers re.nstated are a» 
follows: Ist Vice President, Mrs. 
Styles; 2nd Vice President, Mrs. 
Clark; Secretary, Mrs. Young; 
Treasurer, Mrs. Bradford; Stand- 
ard Bearer, Mrs. Dolder; Chaplain, 
Mrs. Kent. 


Several reports from various 
committes were read. Six parcels 
of food have been. sent regularly 
cach month to Britain, and the 
sick committee has visited and 
taken care of sick veterans during 
the year, ‘ 

It was decided to hold a joint 












er gray 
add-wp to a smart study in gray. 


THE COMBINATION of 
warmtia and gooi-looks adds up; 
to nice winter daytime ‘dresses. ' 


‘mums. 

The groom's gift to the bride 
was a cabinet of silver; to the 
groomsinan and ushers initlalled 
gold pe knives, and to Master 
Hazard a pencil. The bride's gift 
to the groom was a parka jacket; 
to the senior attendants, minia- 
ture cameo picturcs, to the sol- 
oists, goid compacts and to Jun- 
jor Miss Broadworth, a pencil. 

For uavelling to London, Ont., 
the bride chose a dress of cerise 
crepe, with black accessories and 


ii Friends of Mr, Sam Turner,} Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Fype, who 
aN Grier Street, will be sorry to} have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. 
learn he is a patient in the Belle- | F. Corrigan, John Street, for sev- 
ville General Hospital. cral days, left the city on Satur- 
day to take up residence at Mal- 
a Dr. Geo. H. Stobie, F.R.C.S.,/ artic, Quebec. 
* and Mr3. Stobie, have returned 
f from Ottawa, where the doctor 
thas ‘attended the annual mecting of 
the Royal College of Physicians 
and Suigeons, Nov. 28-29. 







































Mrs. Claude tcrownbridge, of 
Niagara Falls, Cnt., was a guest 
of Mr. and Mrs, Geo. Board, 
coleman Street, over the week- 
end. 



























will reside at Marlbank, Ont 
Out-ol-town guests were pres- 
ent from Kitchener, Toronto, 


Plainfield and Wallbridge. 


GAINFORTH—SMITH 
Rev. W.T.R. Delve officiated at 











Miss Gretta Deryaw has re~ 
— turned to her homne in Gananoque, 

“$ after spending the past fortnight | 
* at the nome of her brother, Mr.|-¥% 
*- Joseph Deryaw and Mrs. Deryaw, 
~~” ast Mvira Street. on iad | 

















, Quolity desserts, 









































ta) : Dec. ple fillings, =“ 
* Mrs. Irene Aman is in Grims- Christmas party, sare: : 
Y, by attending the aunera bee —a gravies ond sauces 
Ln aunt, Mrs. . ett. . RIDG 
: ecrganyd 2 a and Mrs. Ken- wate gibi nee 
iS ainforth. Wallbridge W.1. members were qua! —_ 
rf .| The bride wore a gown of pale entertained on Nov. 26 by Mrs. 

*|pink chiffon with matching veil Lorne Badgley. Twenty-one ladies most important 

and a corsage cf red roses, She and two children were present. f b 

: sath Carats Sen hen pices ce sarectiteT Conese com ESS 
us uriel Gainforth of Glen er, ‘ollow: y a sing song an —= 
* gowned in a deeper shade of pink, Lloyd was presented with her Life da Starch, SY 


vith shoulder-length veil to Membership Certificate. 


A nominating committee con- 


c product of outstanding quality. 
sisting of Mrs. S. Nicolson, Mrs. 
C. Sine and Mrs. F. Harris was 


Dependable — its popularity with Canadian 
appointed to bring in a slate of . ‘ 
officers for the ¢oming year. housewives over the years is the best recommindation os 
The next meeting to be held to tts outstonding quality. 
















SUMMA a race gh | 
Carole Kirchner, ported the 1 groom. spiache ti dpiscd Lady Reading is shown conducting the ballot of 300 
Sherman Oaks, Calif., hugs Following the ceremony Mr. | brides for the 20 wedding gift dresses which Princess Eliza- 


and Mrs. Gainforth left f P 
her springer spaniel, Topper, NenerOGa in ‘Lindsay and Hall. | beth is giving away. The ballot took place at the Women’s 
after the dog was named} b - Jan, 28 is to be held in the 


urton. Voluntary Services headquarters in Tothill St., Westmin- | 
0s a hool hi in the evening. En- 
Dr antis Contin ster, London. All applicants had to be 21 years of age, and [tertainment wilt consist of a de- 
 Boclety’ fr ath ‘ 
nay sespee aoc the a hacito'be miatried ca ‘Not: 19, 20'ee 2%, more time and money on pleasur, 
; 2 < ‘ il Heiciahinciieineiaios | (Hai. Women 26,".(p : 
i oun, ; hi 1 blanket, and if pos- THE CANADA STARCH CO. LIMITED 
psiprecite g Hoge Segue dy “NEW LOOK” BY YOUTHFUL DESIGNER ciple a showing of the film of the 
attacked by a three-fcot rat- eee Age Light ‘Refreshments sibiesog lig, Nee ee 
ere ec a . 
tlesnake near her home. The vill be served. ; : 
dog anteerorred between the (Mra. W, Tults thea took change of 
child and the reptile and h hi S 
took the bite intended for bere mena we York Clay where 
the girl. Badly bitten, the they visited many interesting 
dog was given seruin treat-|Jacob Bassman out Bae. rene places. Mrs. Tufts pictured tne 
x ‘wo seriously injure ti 
iis eck hee solves to. wear eaemaee was’ ¢ estimated unoflic 
eda ‘elally at $500,000, 









































= = Alse Mausfacturers of Crown Beand Corn S; ie? 

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New ‘York, Dec. 1 — (AP) — , «aie: 
The body of a fireman was found 
big seen evict Sead of 
a five-; Toft building in up- 
town Manhattan in which an- 
other fireman also lost his Life 
and seven were injurcd. 
Twelve hours alter the fire 
broke out in the structure, 
searchers found the body of 
fireman Howard LE. Wynn, 32- 
year-old war veteran, Earlier, 
they had removed the body of 























































































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BELLEVILLE 9 ‘+,22°" _ PHONE 2597 


. KINGSTON — PHONE 6604, 
-. NAFANEE — PERTH 

“CUT FLOWERS. FRESH FROM OUR 
GREENHOUSES DAILY. 


sight-seeing tours so clearly that 
every one listened intently and 
felt they had bebo greatly ben- 
fited by Mrs. Tufts aot 

Mrs. J. Sine thanked the guest 
speaker on behalf of the members. 

Mrs. F. Phillips presented ma- 
terial for two quilts to be’made 
for the Red Cross. 

A vote of thanks was tendered 
the hostess by Mrs. J Sine, 

The meeting was closed and re- 
freshments were served. 






















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MONTHS TO REPAY ‘W hecher shopping in the mora- 
gina ioe your acne toon BLACK’S WHOLESALE ing . . . an afternoon at bridge ° ; 
If overdue medical Billa’ Dosiness : ... or dinner at eight ... Player's ; 
~ expenses, fuel bills or other expenses Distributors tr} tot 


cork tip are a ‘myst’ in every 
- woman’s purse, 


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© pay all those bills at once, Then take 
> up to 24 months to repay depending 
<n the size of your loan. Your money 
tan beready the same day you apply. 







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Betty Berry, 20, seems pleased with the fitting she is = é 9, 
getting from 18-year-old Marion, Buckley, of Aniarillo, Tex., : 
youthful dress designer. Marion, daughter of,Mrs. Thelma 
Buckley, who {fs also a: well-known designer of women’s fa- : 
shions, drdws her own designs and the dresses are made in| - 

her mothers shop. The sketch for the dress Betty is wear- 


ing is in foregroupd here. Marion is wearing one of her own 
creations.. a Bane ieienes Cet. 


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| ‘The Imperial “Tendon, second addition this year to 
Imperial Gs Great Lakes tanker fleet, is seen just after 
‘goe bit the water in a successful side launching at Colling- 


Sweqthe wonderful subterranean olty, 
= \o2 the future out of a mountain. 
farm=|"=Whole cities bombed to aes 
Pare pensive cérs't eMpelevisign in th 2036. 
% » 64 .Felevisign > year 
_ bree. ee A monstrous space gun firing & 
; er rocket to the moon. 


cs had ito be trained to 

sicperate the new machines or 
=i Wells’ and Mann's devising. Few 
mode were used; although 


Is 
Is happen to be Mann’s 
f ty. Such as were used were 
of’ t size, necessitating the 
action of spect carpenters’ 
Ops. 


routine. work for 


7 Pp 
ould Work. Miracies” with Ro- 
nd Young, Joan Gardner, Sir 
WRalph. Richardson and-a cast of 
"sithousnds, Civie election results 
tonight from our etage. 


HEAVY LIFTS OF HERRING 


Port Stanley, Dec. 1 —.(CP) — 

Just’ when fishermen here be- 
lieved the herring had passed 

* ‘them by, heavy lifts were re- 


corded. The Stanley Clipper, cap- 
tained by James Toylot, brought 
4,500 pounds to dock yesterday, 
and the L. and S., skippered by 
George Vary, brought in 4,300 
pounds Saturday, 


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4b a 


DON’T WORK. 


Recreation, like all good things, should 
be taken in moderation. Play should 
provide relaxation and healthy exercise 
33 not weariness to the point of exhaus- 
tion, No matter what your favorite 


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wood Saturday. A sister ship, the Imperial Collingwood, 
ve launched at the same place, Sept. 27.. Both are canal- 
vessels. 


Woman Reported to Have Lived as Man and Wife 


Thelma Walter, left, 27, 
and Marietta Cook, 26, who, 
District. Attorney Charles 
McGoldrick’ said, had heen 
living together in Santa 
Rosa, Calif., as man and wife 
since their “marriage” in & 
San Franciscg church last 
June. They were heid in the 
same cell in the county jail 
on charges of felonious im- 
personation. The alleged 
masquerade was disclosed 
when.a federal ‘agent frisked 
Miss Cook after she was 
arrested on suspicion of 
draft evasion. 


| 
FLECTRG POWER 


(Continued from Page 1) 


before they were driven off by) 
police. One hundred and four-' 


teen of the demonstrators were 
arrested.” 4 

Saboteurs derailed the Paris- 
Geneva express near Bour-En- 
Bresse, injuring one person. In 
St. Brieuc four hand grenades 
were thrown at Communist party 


CITIZENSHIP 


del of bile things 


AT YOUR PLAY 


sport may he, enjoy it in easy, but 
regular doses—it’s 2 sound way to insure 
continued good health. -And taking care 
of your health is a contribution to com- 
munity welfare and ‘'Good Citizenship”. 


You can help this public service effort. Make a note of some of the 
little things which, in your opinion, contribute to Good Citizenship. 


Sponsored by 
BRADING’S 


Capital Brewery Limited, Ottawa 


‘This series of advertisements is planned to.help make your community the best place to live in. 
eran} 


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.| pagating false news, by violence, | 


Mrs. J. R. White, wife of 


of transportation for Im: 


were formerly 
was named. 


MAKES RECORD FLIGHT 


Woodrow W. (Woody) Ed- 
mondson of Lynchburg, Va., 
breezed into the Washington 
D.C., National rt from 
Havana, Cuba, setting 8 new 
record for the course. He cut 
one hour and 35 minutes 
from the previous record 
time for the flight held by 
Alexander de Serversky and 
clipped 22 minutes and 45 
seconds from his flight tirce 
from Washington to. Ha- 
vana. Photo shows’ “Woody” 
Edmonson as_ he landed in 
Washington, 


headquarters, but no casualties 
were reported. 

Government sources estimated! 
that 2,000,000 railwaymen, miners | 
and workers in a variety of other | 
industries were out on strike. It} 
was expected that the number of} 
idle would soar still higher as a} 
result of the electrical workers’) 
strike, 


Calls for Sentences 


The anti-strike legislation before 
the assembly called for jail sen-) 
tences ranging from six months to 
five years, and fines ranging 
from 1,000 ta 500,000 francs ($8) 
to $4,000) for inducing work stop- 
pages by “threats, knowingly pro- 


blows or fraud.” | 

The measure was somewhat! 
milder than that originally plan-| 
ned by the government, which} 
had sought to have the penaltics 
doubled in cast of strike agi- 
tate resulting from: “concentrat- 
ed effort.” ; 

This would have greatly broad-/ 
ened the Jaw in its possible appli-! 
cation to union or party officials. 

Also eliminated by the govérn- 
ment from its original draft were 
penalties for those who “ddvise, 


COLGATE 


TOOTHBRUSH 





the vice- it in 


president in charge 
rial Oil, christens the Imperial 
London just before it slid down the ways. 
residents of London, Ont., after: which ship 


The tes 


approve or praise” the acts listed 
as illegal. Instead restrictions 
on freedom of the speech and 
press are limited to those who 
“directly provoke” illegal acts. 
Other changes in the original 
proposals provide that the emer- 
gercy measures be for three 
menths duration instead of six 
and eliminate provisions for the 
discharge of government em- 
ployees found guilty of violations. 
Although the restrictions on 
press {reedom had rot yet been 
approved, police seized editions 
of eight newspapers during the 
weekend in Paris, Marseille, Bor- 


; oy 
“FRE ONXARIO INTELLIGENCER, MONDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1947! 
A iBen nseiee ce: WSN ; 


Clouds of smoke hindered firemen fighting $50,000 
blaze in Josephine Dewitt Artificial Flower Co. plant, 333 
King St. W., Saturday, and several were overcome by fumes 
from burning lacquer and materials used in making arti- 
ficlal flowers and store displays. : 


deaux and other cities on charges} Italian Communist leader, had ar- 
of fomenting unrest, rived here during the weekend 


Stil unconfirmed today were|for consultations with French 
reports that Palmiro Togliatti, | Communists. 


ZEBEDEE 


tn, 


A Lens Specialist in the AO Belleville Plant 


Putting curves Into lenses by means of diamonds is the interesting 
occupation of Beatrice Zebedee who is shown above inspecting one 
of the many ophthalmic lenses manufactured in the Belleville plant 

Fi of American Optical Company Canada Limited. - : 


A highly skilled and efficient AO employee, Beatrice has charge 
of a series of curve generating machinc$, one of which {s pictured 


“above. 


Developed by AO engincers, these ingenious, almost hu- 


man machines utilize a diamond-charged, tool to cut curves into 
lenses with great speed and accuracy, : 


Beatrice’s work requires nimble fingers, keen eyes and con- 
stant vigilance so that the machines under her control’perform their 


curve generating operation properly. 


These are the talents Bea- 


trice possesses .. and onc of the,reasons why AO Belleville lenses are 
famed for their quality and precision. 2 


A reporter on the AO plant paper, Beatrice collects china ele- 
.phants as a hobby and derives great pleasure out of sports activti- . 


thes. 


An expert bowler, she also swims, skates and plays baseball. 


Like many of her fellow employees, Beatrice really enjoys her 
work and her hobbies, 


Employed by AO for nearly three years, Beatrice is typical of 
_ the AO people whose skill and energy are responsible for the com- 


pany’s by ee growth in 


Belleville. 


* 


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COMPANY 


Canada Limited © ; 


OUR GOAL:—TO BE A GOOD NEIGHBOR AND A GooD CITIZEN. 


No. 8 In a series to acquaint you with American Optical 


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SIGHTS ON NEW. 
HOCKEY RECORD 


their sights on an American Hoc- 


kéy League record jointly held statistics re- 
by Buffalo Bisons and Cleveland| leased the other day. 
thelr prascat iclipe they ehiould ert 
present Indi ho: 
easily topple the record — most st: fee respettive 


games won in a @eason’— which 
Detroit .. ... «6 
Toronto .. ..... 
-Montreal .. .. 


New York... 
Saturda 


1 . 

Sunday: Toronto 0,. Boston. 0; 
Montreal 1, Detrolt 1; New York 
6, Chicago 2. 

Future games — Wedn 
Toronto at New York; Chicago at 
Boston A 

American Hockey League 
(Eastern herr 


Hershey .. .. .- 
Providence .. .. 
New Haven .... 
ashington .... 
Philadelphia, ... 
Springfield .. .. 
{Western 
Pittsburgh .. .. 


turday nigh 
then split'a scoreless tie at ‘Bos- 
Canadiens and De- 
-while New 


York 

“6-2 in the third Sunday encount- 
er. He = 

_’ Result is that Detroit are hang- 


ing on the top rung with a half 
vantage 


urday with Bisons winning 7-4 
last nigh 


it. 

Cleveland also split two games, 
losing 5-3 to Indianapolis Satur- 
day and whipping St. Louls 7-2 
on Sunday to round out the loop’s 
nine-game weekend schedule. 

John (Peanuts) . O'Flaherty 
continued in his role of shelling 
out the winning goal for Hornets 
Sunday, scoring in the third peri- 
od to break a 1-1 stalemate. Pete 
Langelle and Syd Smith also 
scored for Hornets while Bing 
Juckes bulged the twin for Ramb- 
lers. On Saturday, Smith, Tod 
Sloan. Pete Backor, Langelle and 
Fleming Mackell counted for 
Pittsburgh with Ian Mackintosh 
avoiding a shutout for New Hav- 
en. 

Johnny Pierson scored for Her- 
shey with only 36 seconds to play 
to earn a 1-1 tle with Caps. Hugh 
Millar,scored the lone Indianapo- 
lis g Pierson, Joe Scherzl and 
Johnny Lund scored for Bears on 
Saturday as they whitewashed 
Indians. , 


Liscombe Leads Reds 


Carl Liscombe led Providence's 
attack against Springfield with 
three goals. But Edward (Whitey) 
Prokop stole the spotlight by 
notching two goals to extend his 
consecutive scoring run to 21 
games and now Is only three from 
equalling the record of 24 estab- 
lished by Tommy Burlington of 
Cleveland in 1945-46. Harvey 
Fraser, Rap LaPlante and Harry 
Taylor also scored for Reds. Bill 
Summerhill scored two for 
Springfield and Paul Courteau, 
Jim Hayden, Harry Frost and Eric 
Unger one each. 

Len Halderson paced Buffalo 
to thelr wiri on Sunday with two 
markers. Tom Cooper, Floyd Cur- 
ty, Jerry Brown, Todd Campeau 
and Les Hickey each counted one. 
Philadelphia was paced by Steve 
Wochy with a pair with single 
goals being picked up by George 


ONNN® HHH UNa 


S' 

Saturday: Pittsburgh 5, New 
Haven 1; Indianapolis 5,-Cleve- 
land 3; Philadelphia 5, Buffalo 0; 
Hershey 3, Springfield 0. 

Sunday: Buffalo 7, PhiJadelphia 
4; Providence 8, Springfield 6: 
Pittsburgh 3, New Haven 1; 
Cleveland 7, St. Louls 2; Indiana- 
polis 1, Hershey 1. 

Future games— Tuesday: Pitts- 
burgh at Philadelphia; New Hav- 
en at St. Louls. 

Northern Division 

wi u® 
3 
8 


Minneapolis .... 


-15 
St. Paul 1 
Om: 


eeKearaer ver ak 
Southern Division 
Houston ... 13° («7 


bi st Aveiro eee ail | a 
Dallas .. .... .. 


In the tie game at Detroit Pete T™ eaeU. 4 16 


Saturday: St. Paul 3, 
Worth 1; Houston 7, Kansas 3. 
Sunday — Minneapolis 7, Fort 
Worth 2; Houston, Tulsa 2; Om- 
aha 9, Dallas 1. ‘ 
Future games — Tuesday: — 
Houston at Omaha. 
OFLA. Senior A 
Marlboros 8, Brantford 1, 
O.ELA. Junior A 
Mariboros 3, St, Michaels 1. 
Guelph 4, Young Rangers 1. 
Stratford 4, Ozbawa 3. 
St. Catharines 2, Barrie 1. 
Galt. 4, Windsor 2. 
sushi nse 
ry n e 3. 
Edmonton Junior 
Maple Leafs 6, Canadians 1. 
South Side 6, EAC. 5. 
Western International 
Spokane 6, Trail 4. 


The hard, 
troit finally brought about a free- 
for-all in the second period. Bill 
Quackenbush of the Wings and 
Maurice Richard ’and Elmer Lach 


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were Jimmy F . 
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° 


Wally Dingman grabbed sec- 
ond place In the three string 
with a nice 869 with Art Crujl, 
Kinsmen Clob, in third slot 
with 860. 


s s s 
Dingman was the best con- 
sistent bowler over the half re- 
sistering a 30-game average of 
238 which “aint bad” brothers, 
in any man’s league. Those ay- 
eraging 220 points or better in- 
eluded: P. Drumm, 23%; A. 
Stewart, 231; N. Wilbur, 231; 
Greenfield, 227; D, Adams, 224; 
W.. Fraser, 223; C. Hardwick. 
223; L. Lennox, 223; B. Sheffield 
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of the fine scores, it Is pointed 
out that the lowest average in 
ere thirty-game schedule was 


The RCAF Flyers enter the 


hockey llsts after a long layoff 


orrow night when they meet 
fast travelling Point Anne 
team In the first game of we 


regular Tuesday night doubie- 


header. The Flyers have won 
two and lost one and are now 
in third slet in the “A” section 


of the loop. A win will catapult 


them Into a first place tle with 
the. sectional leaders Napance, 
one polnt shead of the 
Belleville Juniors On the other 
hand a win for the Ox Pointers 
will practically guarantee them 
a playoff slot as they have two 
Tore games to play while the 
Hornets who have three points, 
have one game Ieft. Anything 
ean happen in a hockey game 
and it likely will. 
s s 


Trenton Hockey Club meets 
Madoc in the nightcap part of 
the twin-bill and this sortie 
should produce some tingling 
shinny, Trenton has four points 
and a win will boost them up 
there in a first place tie with 
undefeated Cobourg. Madoc has 
only two points and needs the 
vietory if she is to stay in the 
running. Games on the next 
night or so will have a distincs 
bearing on the playoffs and all 
squads will be bearing down to 
grab a slot in the money games. 
* s 


Felix A. (Doc) Blanchard 
was the roughest, toughest foot- 
ball player Army produced In 
many a year. it was claimed 
that the Doe, for practice, would 
run around the field three times 
with 300-pound Coach Herman 
Hickman on his back. In many 
a game, an Army lineman 
would whisper {o his opponent; 
“Blanchard’s carrying the bali 
this trip. I don't know what 
you're going to do, but I'm get- 
ting the hell out of the way.” 
In bdne game, howeyer, Doo 
Blanchard was warned to watch 
a rival defensive back who was 
reputedly as strong aa he. 
Blianchard's first opportunity to 
test his rival came toward the 
end of the half. There were & 
few yards to go, the rival team 
had thelr backs almost literally 
against a brick wall, an 
Blanchard carried the ball. The 


———— 


Defelice and Jim Drummond. 
Chuck Kraiger, with two goals, 
led Philadelphia to their white- 
wash win on Saturday. Other 
Rocket scorers were Ken Kilrea. 
Wendell Jamieson and Mike Nar- 








Fern Gauthier scored twice to 
lead Indianapolis ~to their win 
over Barons. Don Morrison, Tony 
Picari and Lloyd Doran picked 
up the others. The scorers for 
Cleveland were Bob _ Solinger. 
Jack Holoto and Jack Lavoie. 

On Sunday in St. Louls, Fred 
Thurier paced Barons to a week- 
end split with three goals while 
Ab Demarco scored twice. Holota 
and Tony Leswick notched one 
each for Cleveland. St. Louis 







marksmen were Ed Olson and 
Don Lund. 








BELLEVILLE DISTRICT 
HOC 
TUESDAY, 


R.C. A. F. 
TRENTON 


, Admission: ADULTS ., 
: “ 


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By GEORGE #. CARVER. Sports Editer, 











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-FIRST GAME 7.30 P.M. 
vs. 











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starts when they thumped the] nered four points for thelr“atter~ 


rd R noon efforts over St. Mike's. 
winless Brantford Redmen @-1 at/ Poy Kent led the Dukes with 


Alfic Moore's Rockets played | ‘wo counters and Grant Speers. 
inspired hockey holding the edge | tallied ence. . Gord Hannigan 
all ee wees Windsor Coach Jim- = through with the lone Irish 
my Skinner was from . itis 
the Galt game when he demon- Phone Levene sage: wital 
erates is esorenes Pee tell seek their first win this sea- 














GALT ROCKETS 
DEFEAT WINDSOR, 
GENERALS BEATEN 


Spitfire. Coach Banished 
From Game for Striking 
Penalty Timer 


(By The Canadian Press) 
Galt Rockets provided the “sur- 


prise package” in the weekend's 
Ontarlo Hockey Association Jun- 
jor A “grab bag”. They zoomed 
_| to a 4-2 victory over the league- 
leading Windsor Spitfires at Galt 
taking 37 shots on goal to Wind- 
sor’s 23 and moved up into fifth 
position. 
In the four other junior tilts 
Stratford Kroehlers notched their 
second victory this season over 
Oshawa—tied with Windsor in 
first piace—whcn they decision- 
ed the Generals 4-3 at the Motor 
City; St. Catharines eked out 2 
2-1 win from Barrle at St. Cath- 
arines, and in a Saturday after- 
noon twin bill at Maple Leaf 
Gardens Toronto Marlboros de- 
feated Toronto St. Michael's Ma- 
jors 3-1, Guelph Biltmores notch- 
ed a 4-1 victory over Toronto 
Young Rangers, 

The orfe Senior game Saturday 
provided the top-place Toronto 
Marlboros their ninth win in 12 




















game they thought they had 
won was lost. Lost because of 
a bad gamble on the part of a 
player who was their outstand- 
ing star.” | f. 

. 


“For years they'll talk about 
how Bob Sandberg, former 
University of Minnesota back- 
fielder, elected to try for three 


Jack McEachern’s stiff rulings by 
taking « poke at the penalty time-, 
keeper and following it up with 
a punch at McEachern at the end 
of the first periud. Manager Pol- 
lock took over the reins after the | 400 and 
local police supdued Skinner. 
Fifteen penalties were handed out 
Spitfires drawing 10. 
Rockets’ top marksman, 

Wylie led Galt with two goals 
with Lyle Gibson and Ken Me- 
Nally cach tallying once, Wind- 
sor counters came from Jack 
Taylor and Bert Giesebrecht > z 


16 Penalties Handed Out 4" 


It was ‘also a heavily-penaliz- 
ed affair at Oshawa with\i6 of 
them handed out ad 































ked the winning point, called 
for what Winnipeg terms its 
“guard around” play. It con- 
sists of the centre, Mel Wilson. 
handing the ball to inside wing 
Bert Iannone, who plunces 
straight ahead. It paid off for 
“Winnipeg against. Calgary in 
thelr Western championship 
series. 

















tallied once. Sandy 3 
Scholes and ‘Dick G 
for Oshawa. 

A cool perfo’ 
Catharines’ goalie Cec Gi! 
sulted in their win. He 
32 shots to Barrie netm 
Mayers nine. Wayne Serv 
Fred Hildebrand tallied 
counters. Paul Meger 
Barrie. 

Toronto Junio: Marlboroa 


The No. 1 question mark in 
box-fight circles hereabouts to- 
day is whether the pile of hope 
blocks Promoter Frank Tunney 
Dullt around Lit Arthur King 
in an effort te revive bexing tn- 
terest here, fs going to come 
tumbling down because King 
has failed to live up to advance 
notices, remarks The Canadian 
ress: e e s 


Boxing sank to an all-time 
low in Toronto until Tunney 
plucked the once-sensational 
Negro lightweight from ama- 
teur ranks a couple of years azo 
and built him up as headliner 
for professional shows. He ac- 
quired the nickname “Tiger” as 
he belted opponents aside but ef 
‘late the talons seem to have 
been removed from his paws. 

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There was talk of Li'l Arthur, 
still not old enough to vote, be~ 
ing the next world lightweight 
king, but the dynamic sock that 
skyrocketed the Chocolate 
Dropper to the Mmelight seems 
to be losing its sting fight by 
fight, or round by round. Still 
strong and beautifully muscled 
for his business, King has lost 
a lot of his flalr and dash. 

e . . 


His handlers will tell you 
that Li'l Arthur now 1s mee‘ing 
tougher opponents but to date 
he hasn't convincingly trounc- 
ed a top-flight fighter unless it 
was Montreal's Dave Castilloux 
and when the pair met the 
French-Canadian was well past 
his prime. 

. 










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Gack \NETORIES . 


OCKEY equipment feally “takes 2 beating” in the “hoc? 

incidents of every game of big time hockey. Fast skating, 

instant turns, collisions, spills and immediate stops impose 
terrific strains on skates and shoes, 


King still seems unable to 
throw a right hand without 
throwing himself and he's still 
easy to hit. He hasnt learned to 
step forward when pitching 
left. 


° 
The answer may be with King 
that the world is no longer the 
dreary, Ipnely, moneyless place 
it was when. he, fresh out of an 



















orphanage, discovered he could ‘ a 
plek up s few dollars by banc- The failure of a skate or shoe may cost the game, of the : 
ing somebody on the chin. He trophy, so championship players use CCM. Matched Sets and 
was desperate then and fourht take no chances. 
iike it, but since turning pro the The ‘Toro ’ ‘ 3 
into Maple Leafs won the world’s ‘Professional 

ei Pe geet waas Championship, the “Stanley Cup”, with CCM: Matched Skat 4: 

e. ° . ing Sets on every player. ; . 


HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 


KEY 


He'll be seen in action in To- 
ronto tonight against Terry 
McGovern and whether or not 
he will be able to continue to 
draw cash ‘customers depends 
on whetherhe regains the “kill- 
er” instinct that started his fis- 
the climb. 

= 


‘The Montreal Royals won the Canadian Senior Amateur 
Championship, the “Allan Cup”, with CCM. Matched Skating 
Sets on every player, and all players used CCM. Laminated © 
Hockey Sticks. 


The St. Michael's College “Majors”—Toronto, won the 
Canadian Junior Amateut Championship, the “Memorial Cap", 
with CCM. Matched Skating Sets on every player. 

And so goes the story of amateur and professional hockey 
in Canada and the United States—actual check shows over 
9596 of the players used CCM.'s, 










In selecting bockey equipment for yourself or 
others be gui by the preferesce of the 
champions and choose C.C.M. Matched Snating 
Sets and C.C.M. Laminated Hockey Sticks. 


DEC.: 2nd 


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sentation of “Forever Amber” stars Linda Darnell in the 
role, and Cornel Wilde as Bruce "Carleton, the dashing ¢ 
lier, the one man Amber really loved throughout her 
turous life. Filnied in Technicolor “Forever Amber” is 
today at the Belle Theatre. 





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_ BA a ok Ass Aves, = 
Hers ou of Gas anaek apechaculas lays ered in the; ball with one hand ‘and tight- 
of Saturday's grid classic in the making. roped it down the sidelines for a 30-yard 
Winnipeg Blue Bombers’ great halfback gain to relieve Argo’s pressure on the 'Peg 
Bob Sandberg moves across to intercept a goalline. The easing up was temporary, 
Joe Krol pass intended for Royal Copeland 2 


(right) at the Winnipeg 13-yard line. The however, because the ‘Toronto team came 
hard-running. Sandberg -easily the out-| back to win the Canadian title 10-9, on the 
standing player in the national! final, gath-! last play, 


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gary Simpeders in. the western |/ =—Slsre presrere aH 
4 Ba * Fy a 
“Sandberg reafized that if the The Big Seven | Kitchéner Senior 
would be no match for the Argos 
and’ thelr, powerful | reserve 
It was strictly a goaltenders’ 
poning the inev table." said West | weekend as National Hockey Services of Bau 
find the range for 14 goals in four} Prediction that all-star righ ‘i 
troit’s crack sophomore wingman,| with the National 
at the conclusion of bers’ | earned himself an assist to move} Boston Bruins, will line up | 
uarter, featured by | rice Richard of Montreal with 21| Ontario Hockey Association h 
hie a eae aking line and points. Doug Bentley of Chicago| been made by manager 


game went in-o overtime we T M He 
(By The Canadian Press) eam ay avi 
strength—it would be just post- 
ilarity in the manner in which the League marismen could only 
games. Jimmy McFadden, De-| winger Bobby Bauer, forme: 
Hockey 
great upfield sweep in the open-| into a first place tle with Mau-| the Kitchener senior team in th 
{ short forward passes. | also picked an assirt to mcve in-| Schmaltz of the O.HLA. team, 


























































to a seventh place tie with Cana-| Bauer retired from professior 
CIBQ (1230 k) Forward Pass diens’ Toe Blake as all other ‘ 
: MONDAY ; Argos, on the other hand, struck scoring leaders went rae 

30—Children’ ‘i 30 or the! uchdown @ manner | The leaders: G A 

* os Bio 7: sultan, : if “Touring oe that has became familiar to the signation ‘earlier this week 
545—Program Pre- 8:00—The Smiths of | 10:00—Civic Election Eastern teams they have encoun-| Richard, Montreal .. .10 11 21) Sgna' ay 

3 Schmaltz said ‘that* 
Returns tered. ‘The score came on a Krol| McFadden, Detroit. 9 12 21 = 

Sis—News “7° | Soe—guinte putnet [20° ~Ghupes Be to Royal Copeland forward pass| Lindsay, Detroit .... 12 8 20] would join the Kitchen 
$20—In the Rporttiant talk it | 2030—Civic Election os J Peart an fergie cage nite “pion acre aac 1 : 

eee aoe Election 33 TDs “ kissin on the Bomber seven y: e. CS ontreal ..... i 

2:00—Filsit Site Music| 2 Hee Jeo ewe poundup 1 Leta Rca the Eig eee ee toh Fond The blonde Argo speedsters swiv-| Gee, Chicago ....... & 9 

7:15—Jumpin’ Jacks 920—It Happened Tol 11:00—Civie “Election played — but only e q ’ go elled around ar‘er the catch and] D. Bentley, Chicago 7 9 






Teddy Morris as he planted a kiss of thankfulness on Joe 
Krol, who kicked the point which gave Argos a 10-9 win 


j SAM.GORDON - 

y at = Kibitser 7:00—Overnight News Time Proj Preview | Over Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the final minutes of the 
} 7:05—Up With the Sun 3135 —<iuese Artist g:00—Tabfe fot Two game Saturday. 
Bridge players could save a lot] 8:00—News 1200—Luncheon ‘Music 


just managed to slip over the line 
before he was prought down. 
Setting the stage for Copeland s 
third quarter touchdown was a 
fumble by Harry Hood of Bomb- 


Blake, Montreal ... 6 10 


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8:05—Up With the Sun} 22 ers. wita Hnemtn Frank Morris 

of playing time.’ Know ae By "00—Morning a of Argos trapping the ball. Quar-| Has Tough Fight fullback, Elwyn (Rip)  Rowat 
following rules instead of ex-/ , ,,~ tons terback Don Hiney convertea ihe the Army cadets rang down the: 
plaining why they-didn’t, Or by ‘Wildwood gos e ain rey up ] e Sandberg’s touchdown in addition Feroato: Yee. 1 (CP) aT football season with a 21. 
learning rules they can use in-| ®30—Muslc for Dish- : to booting a perfect 35-yard| _ Tpron. Big stae,| tor Over Navy in a colo 
steed of those they abuse. ” 30'90—Going to Town » ° ° Krol converted ee iuarter. | Li'l Arthur King, may have one| ‘2°! 

See this paip-.of partnership] 7020—News y e oint ictory OF | score. of the toughest fights of ais pro- 
hands; 0: y With the score 9-7 in the| ‘fessional career 






tonigh' 
fourth quarter, Krol sought to| When he steps into ato ie ring for 
boot a placement that would have | battle with En Tommy | ° | 
sent Argos out in front but the} McGovern in the wtboat ofa 
ball was wide. However, it} boxing card at Ma o Leet Gar- 
ree eg 
playing safe, grounded the ball vern, 
concede the single. Krol tied|teur lightweight cholapben ty is 


















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Q 104 1220—All Star Dance | 4:30—Bobby Sox Sesh day 
le 3200= uals for Tues-| 930—Stubby Hockey 
: : : 1130—Volce of the roadcast 


a Public Schools :20—Ehliaren's Story 10:30—News Roundup 
0:4S—Reverie 


1145—Three Quarter Joe Krol Kicks Winning 


Point After Being Down 






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to 
NORTH the contest since the touchdown | the score with. about a minute| making his first appearence in @ 
BAC G2 ’ 9-1 at Halftime would have given them a 14-7/to go when he hoisted a me Canadian ring since turning pro 
$e7 63 Network P. By ROBERT CLARKE margin with an extra point thrown | kick tat bounded o: - the goal-|in the United States. In his 13 
4 34 rograms (Canadian Press Staff Writer) | in if the convert was good, No-|}ine with Hiney barciy failing in| American bouts the Briton. has 
28 r4 body in the stands doubted it|the run-out attempt, lost but two. : 
o8 ' MONDAY EVENING Toronto, Dec. 1 (CP)—If| would have wrapped up a Win- 6 oars In the seml-final, * punthing 
there's anything closer than aj nipeg victory. alled Pete Zaduck of Guelph meets 
¥ did not seem likely that any} €00—CBt, Victory Par] 120—WKBW, The Lone| 9,00—CFRB, Radio mph ee Caen that's the way | _ But the crucial play of the game| 5 iisseied cleat cue bard-bitting Mickey 
ee rue see ois Cras, Preasure | BO tinctam | hone Hour 7 | to describe the margin by which | came with only seconds remain-| ie one was one that didnt ger | Savage of Detroit in an elght~ 
these hands. South should open} ¢35 "Car. pivertmento | 200-CBL, Electric 930-WBEN, Dr.1.Q | Toronto Argonauts reigned today | /n&, when burly Bob Sandberé | tito ‘the scoring records although | rounder at 151 pounds, 
with a heart. North should assist} 620-—CFRB, Jim Hun-| Hour iz zs monarchs of the Canadian]! Bombers, the outstanding man 4t produced a touch down. It was 
to two hearts, South should then 640—CrRB, Wee Mo- |° of America sCavaleace pec eo CBC: nee football ‘world. ow _ prety magpie eae the <third-quar*cr touchdown, 
pass. They belong there. Knight 250-CKEY, My Favor-|1o0eceIBe ¢ CAML, Con- | Argos came out or: top 10-9 here | 27s on Wie Th "Argo. | Scored oy Juhnns Regan, that the | scrimmage line. rt 
South has a total of five tricks; ieee Sports To-'| 830-CBLe Farm Yorum| 1050“ WOR screen turday over Winnipeg Blue} Pot? grant wall held; the scaliees | olficials called back. Reagan maintained later that! baits two major leagues to 
four high cards and a short: in 230-WBEN, Howard Guia Bomber. in one of the. most,sen-| ut fron ie i KIDL booted the At the time Bombers held the| he had been in proper position) 14 ¢ t to 10-team 
spades. He’shows that many with| 130-WBEN, Interna | “Barlow 1,00—CBL, The sational contests in the 21 years | 80% posstssion and Ki ©) ball about 30 yards out from the| to accept the pass. When Sand-|Pand from eight vo 10-teans of 
an operiing af one. With no more ee yoats. ‘Double or Nota cre of east-wes: play. To triumph | Some winning 5 ugle. Toronto goalline and they lined | berg asked him about it, Reagan | cults. The Chicago a d 






Sandberg, who ripped the Ar- 
gos’ line time-and again through 
sade _ in sparking a 70- 
Argos nad been expected to walk | ¥2° ve for wu touchdown, said 
aaae aah wictouy in fact. they after te game he made the 
had becn installed as 5-1 favor- aan c for a first down because 
ites. Instead, the scullers found | %¢ thought there was three min- 
themseives pushed around for 29 utes left to pluy. He felt that 
minutes of the fray. But they if Bombers could hold the ball 


bounced back like champions to[ they mizht be apc to march into 


copyrighted story that 
soon woud advise the ex 


meeting in New York next 


they pioduccd two single points 
in the last 90 seconds of play. 
As a game it had everything. 


of 

than five, he has none for any| ‘Trio Seats 200 CBRL” Musee aeeaee Oey hoc: -up in placement kicking forma-| replied. “I'd bet my life I was 
x tlon on third down. Sandberg | Over tae Ine of scrimmage on the 

went tarough the motions of set-| Play.” 

ting down the ball for Hiney to 

kick, taen wheeled upright and 

tosscd a forward pass to Reagan. 

The gatgling Negro backfielder 

raced over the line without any 

difficulty as the majority of the 

Argos seemed “frozen” by the 














































only the heart sult is biddable. 
North has adequate support for it. 
However, this pair had elaborate 
bridge lessons and read books 
with many pages of words. They 
took in biddable, conditional, 
shaded suits. So, south opened| Regina &.- Moose Jaw 3. 













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b position to kick a point for vic- CA 
wil aan club, a conditional sult. Coast League walk off the ficid with their third | 7) : play. 
"WHERE YOU MEET YOUR North nded with cne club,| ¢, Saturday Results successive Domunion title. But Leadlinesman Bill Rogin of FOREVER AMBER. McCARTHY THINGS TO COME 
a couditionnt sult, South then in Francisco 3, Oakland 1. Loose-jointed Joc Krol, the man | purely a Gamble Toronto ruled that Reagan haa BODY AND #0yL Raymond 
FRIENDS. bid two hearts, North came Sige 2, Portlind i. ; they coll Bz. Football, bined the ‘s Page not crossed the line of scrimmage Linds Darnell RES 7.90 — 10.00 
F 5 ck with h in Diego os Angeles 5. Bomber hopes when he hoisted a ‘oach Jack West backed up the} vefore catching the ball and hi ties =d Cane eee 
OFEN BOWLING EVERY AF. er Paths pooy hedba ap tovmine ea New Westminster | long bull that nounced over the} strategy of his signals caller,| was upheld oe Umpire Hee Coreg Santare ree TZOULD WORK, 


goal-line and out-of touch on the 










the £ ; terming the play “purely a gamble | Crightcn of Toronto. Both 10 3.00 — 9.30 
Mo sound enten hell tke this: Friday's Results la% play of the game, The fi-|that lost". West remarked that} und Crighton said later that —_ 

So, it was not what they read or San Francisco 3, Oakland 2. na! whistle sounded as the ball | Bombers had tried the same play| gan had been anywhere from 

were taught. They simply knew Tacoma 4, Vancouver 3. soared through the air. —a plunge off a fake kick forma-| three to four yards back of the 

not the, conditions under which Provincial Senior * || Through the entire game the 

the conditional sults apply. Nor Saturday build-up to this tremendous cli- 

do many players of Jong exper-| Victoriaville 4, St. Hyacinthe 1.) max was such that there never 

fence, Granbp 11, Lachine 3. was a dull moment. Bombers, the 








ways that suppovediy didn't nave 
a chance, Ied %-1 at half-time. 
PAIL TO FIND PERSONS WHO| And in the third quarter, they 


BUENED NEGRO SCHOOLS scored a‘touchdown that probably 


would have assured them of vic- 
arene, Gt. Des. 1 (AP) | tay, ott have the play called 
for the burning of all Negro | egal by the officials. 
profession is the teaching of con-|schools and churches in this north Play Called Back 
ditional suits to beginners. Only |Georgia community during the F 
biddable sults are sound. Palook-,|!ast' month has been futile, Mayor| That was one heartbreaking 
H. Byrd said today, despite a] moment for Bombers and their 


as pick up enough. bad habits |C. 
$100 reward offercd by the city. » | small band of supporters among. 


Conditional suits are safe only 
with a clever application of ao 
number of exceptions. It takes a 
master touch. Even the advanced 
players court trouble with their 
loose use. 


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Like an obedient child; Kay, However Chuck, having no 
ar] allowed Webb to take her in to {such resolve In mind, was figuring 
sorry. dinner, but after velng seated she [out a way to approach her, with« 

were irme !} if 

felons contin perversely directed most of her jout seeming to do so, a way to 

conversation to Reginald Wall- tethers pe are noe her be- 

ng cod on her t. Walgood’s [havior tow: Im, The matter 

people, Kay felt alone, forlorn, ones jotuier aie hint dis. [of the ring that night at the Jun- 

Chuck so good-looking in his|tive ~ looking, and he was ev jor League garden party! Had she 

white flannels! Chuck totally |tookish he was interesting. Webb, |SOnnived with Webb to make a 

she could see out of the corner |{00l of him? Adele had intimated 

up fo Kay |of her eye, wes fuming. But it |it. But even Adele, as geherous- 

just then set Adele moved away |was far better he should be jea- geste as he thought her, might 
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Webb asked, like a privileged | Chuck. e The dinner dragged out Inter- 
man in her life, *Happy, dear?”| From time to time, however, |™inably for Kay. She felt llke an 
He looked down at Into her Kay felt Chuck's eyes upon her, h wildhgl menetlylylWKdin inr; 
leading, upturned face. She |those puzzled gray eyes she must |2ctress of multiple roles, being 
oped he could read what was|not meet. She thought he looked |2cted — simultanecusly. = There 
written there. The super-egoism |a little grave, that his smile was |2cross the table was Adele beside 
of him! forced, but concluded finally it |Chuck, Adele keeping close tabs 

Cocktails were being served |must be her lively fancy. Wes |C® him. Adele was a demanding, 
row and the wilted spirits of the he worrying over her? That was insistent creature, who was pos- 
crowd were pickings up at the first |the way she would choose to have |sessed to have her way with him,| B 

sip. Kay, standing very straight, him look and ac: tonight—as if ;to crush Kay's spell over him. Kay 
ilheld herself in check, wished |she meant more to him than any |must act for Adele’s benefit, act 
one else, even Adele. But whai|for Chuck's. She must act for 
could his thoughts be now? Was ‘ebb on one side of her and Wal- 
he by any chance haunted by the good on the other. She must act 
remembrance of that body on the | for the whole company the 
zpartment floor? of the bereaved flancee of the late 
She finally sent kim a sharp, soft Hennington Blare, ready and even 
jook that meant much. If he had |eager to be taken on aE: another 
anything to confess, be must con- |man in the person of We 
fess it to her soon. lor, She wondered how long she 
could keep up this complicated 
ceception, s 

Webb was forgetting his refor- 
mation tonight and drinking tou 
much champagne He was leaning 
toward her now 1n maudlin dis- 
regard of the others. 


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73 BARRED ROCK PULLETS. a| sult: grey chinchilla mints sor: duets BELLEVILLE nies “A 
‘aalt dieegeme W FEDERAL TRUCKS, A acity, for immediate de- 
months old, laying. Phone Thur-| $3! Moca: ‘also four doors. Apply a Which are guaranteed for 7 IN NEW TRENTON ......... 192-W-1 a very. Eg ocgasth dl Loe 
Holloway. 


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MODERN BUILDING CASH — TRADE — TERMS. 


BONN MOTOR SALES.,| 


Cor. DUNDAS and FRONT — PHONE 27¢ 


Our Lot is Open Till 9 P.M. for Your Convenience. ‘ 


years 
Will- Advance in Price, 
January Ist, 1948 
TAKE ADVANTAGE OF 
NOTICE BY ORDERING NOW 
A. O. McGINNIS, 
Assistant Manager 
7 OW. Bridge pirest 
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1941 INTERNATIONAL %% ‘TON COOKSVILLE BRICK 
Express new motor. Truaisch Ser- eee ‘lime. Apply W. a4 
vice ‘Station, 39: Front St. meltee lyer. Herehimer . Ave. Phone 2130W. 


CHEVROLET COA! CH, MASTER ——— 
je, heater, defroster, MINDERGARTEN SET, DOLL CAR- 
Te cinee ‘condition “Phose 1176W, riage, cradle, rocking horse, maga- 
Di zine rack, wicker fernery. ukelele 

eet condition, reasonable. a0 
peed hv) LET SEDAN CHEAP FOR Street. D1} 
Sai ae May be seen 180 E. Dun- ' 


NEW HOMES BUILT 


ALL KINDS OF ALTERATIONS 
All Work Given Prompt Attention 


A. C. WALKER 
PHONE 747-3 













Sultable for Offices or Light 
manufacturing. 





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APPLY: BOX 5 
ONTARIO INTELLIGENCER 
N28-29-D1 


BATTERIES 





SIX FOOT REFRIGERATOR COUN-) 
ter; meat slicer; computing scales: 


gees were bart aap aa aes miles af iallen west coffee mill; white euaroah Findlay 




























range for coal or 
ietermanion phone eoeawis, 4g0W13 7 NzsD1 
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CoMPSE OnTING_ PepEAGEN.| PELL PUNO, MAORI ed 





STENOGRAPHER 


required for Municipal Offices, 
City Halil. Applicant to apply 


WANTED 
300 OLD HORSES 


Io be humanely destroyed for Dr. 
















MORTSAGE LOANS 




















































5 OR 6 ROOM APARTMENT |: 
OR 6 ROOM HOUSE FOR 












FURNACETTE STOVE IN Ai _CON- 
dition. Apel Ji Pinnacle 
phone 1774W. 


LEARNING, 













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paper Toutes ‘on 3 to und hand |/ Ballaré’s Animal Foods. Highest 
“| Phone 16193. - Po a writing, stating qualileatlons prices. Pick up at barn. E JONES, Weh te Las Dwelli : 
aoe, | Sk © EVEIRD FULLETS, 3 MONTHS Nz9-2i|| Whe Ltpe H Mt. View, Phone 7-R-ll, Reverse e have money’ to Loan on Dwellings. on 
Starting to lay, W. Waldron, Sexpeeenee ‘| ALL TYPES CARRIED IN | emargets ost Fy ‘Ynd 1P » | 
fit, 3. Paltville. N20—2t/ WILLIAMS PIANO, SMALL. MODEL. H. D. BATEMAN, STOCK. | Business of Industrial’ Property, new or | 
“40 CHAMPION STUDEBAKER. RA-| — ag $125. Pe) Comptreiier | RENTALS FoR old. Se aad 7 
Phooe 160300 Nas-3t tment. 539.24 pis |'| “NO FAST CHARGING. || W-A-N-T-E-D ag : 
‘ 7 . 
Wise eek Saeed Renk| BaD, SPRING AND, MAIR MAT. | Fred’s Batte Shop || YOUNG GiRis JAMIESON BONE & CO. 
ord. Ra, 40; id's 3 plece fur trim maroon ry ” TO LEARN $ iG. ye 
Fars] Sol et gee om %41/ WANLED IMMEDIATELY 7i| 100 Front st. ‘Phone 10 p | EWING. INSURANCE * INVESTMENTS 
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REPS] sqMNOON, TRAN BORER, ENCICE tne 50,000 USED BAGS conditions and steady BELLVUE Pi NANCE 
[ARAGE AND SALES} .%°F Phone Mt. Niew. PHONE || WITH or WITHOUT HOLES * AND 
Building. | Hdraullc and cha eal McFEE'’S JEWELLERY — 128 Highest Prices Pald. THE BELL SHIRT 
Seoled Sioen? Seveae| Baa ae =| “hammer sotane HOW TO GET A LOAN! 
BrorParaus| Phone 30223. N28-3i i MARKET SQUARE COMPANY 
Arthur F. Collette. Real Estate & | —  ———@£@ —————_____ ; Noi-i2t 
Insurance, Front Street, Campbell- D COAT, WORN | 
ford. Phone 16. N2B-3t ee ance abe: raseighet on | siatarniauet ox Thai 205 COLEMAN ST. Cire Gash) Amount You Pay Back Hach Mente toeteaing- AD Cuarges 
1938 PONTIAC SEDAN HEATER, IES EEE You 
fog lights, new car condition. AP | Coamanp HEINTZMAN PIANO IN ROOMS | eaves | pais. | pod; | parte | Pave 
ny Charlie Abbott, Garage, SHA) CRIN condition, Appiy Box 6,|| FOR YOUNG MARRIED |. sien 
_Zront St Phone S| «(Ontario Intelligencer. N28-3¢ COUPLE. | RATING 37] $18) ate 
1940 NASH SEDAN, WITH AIR CON- Write: BOX 13 | Call MacCORMICK, 534 30 
; ditioning. Perfect Sopdition. Apply | NORTHERN | ELECTRIC, TUBE || ONTARIO INTELLIGENCER || : 
brown Abbott's Garage, Front 5t.. mantel radio. Ho. Apply Sipbatt's Gar- : $3 MURNEY STREET 100 : 
" or phone 3225 N28-3t} age, 334A Fron Nastt | Yor Painting — Paper Hanging — \se 
WINTERIZED SUMMZR COTTAGE, SF | bath tba eee Seren i 2 } ' 
rooms, screened veranda, jece ‘ | 30 i 
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ver, Large lot. Phone 81 Sree . 
Ont N2#-3t| sna ‘springe, pin crm en SALES and SERVICE CO. 












et 
Sinton BINCALS Aas ores eine Warner ior ung. room WINDING DONE ON The question mostly {frequently asked is 
‘ Se eee boss | tab a eee a PREMISES. | RELIA B L E the imptest and easiest for your 
tan ._. pouaent -snee new, 3 piece.” y other thin; LARGE 72 | | Bellvue manager to answer, All Ebest : 
“7, JEEP IN GOOD CONDITION. | numerous ia, mention. Harry Mulyey.!) Gp yh a aig 2s | U s E D do istphone or drop in at.the conveniently 
: ‘i a eaabbeis SPY . ee Qe ° FOR YOUR | receive immediate attentf0m Ability to 
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WE nevasnter WAGNER, | 
DELCO AND LELAND &SER- ' 


located Bellvue office. Your problem will 
VICE IN THIS DISTRICT. { 


make monthly payments from a variety of 
e 
SPEEDY Pera ts REASON- 


| 2 plans is your password to a convenient 
« 1 AND C AR Bellvue loan. 
NEW AND USED MuTORS |) WILLIS JACKSON, Mgr. 
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BLOCKED ROUGE AND = 
TRUCKS | schest prices pat Bellvue Finance Corp. Ltd. 
FREE PICK-UP, DELIVERY 


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Be Ey thie canereigneds the’ tinea =a, a536 FORD COACH | QUICK & ROBERTSON BUR.DING 
Water beating with oll burner, Ee-| ter smn he ot December, 1947, full 181 PLYMOUI® coach || 
Or De 1947. ¢ : 
rent, Laundry tubs — late —iot lara of their claim. immediate- Phone 209J3 1940 NASH SEDAN | : 
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Possession in four months. | © O24e14-W-Fiy ||] 1940 FORD COACH MOTORS 110 
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_———— tment. Siti 
SPACIOUS THREE- ROOM APART- ated. on Dunbar treet.. Apply to e 1940 PLYMOUTH COACH 
315 Pinnacle St. Phone 2380 


‘ment, all con 10 minute Geo. N, Gorman (Realtor) —1 ——<—<_______ |] 1940 BUICK SEDAN 
drive from Argo Yron treet. Phone 99. notice, to the exclusion of all others é 
tion, Rosmnores: a s nt 1 ie * Nig-te] and she will not be lable to any 1939 FORD COACH 















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pbs eatery AES phone 687. person of whose claim she shall not . 1939 FORD COUPE ABtt 
2. HEATED UPSTAIRS ROOMS FUR- % int ha notice son the assets 50 What could Build 

SR a ae ere ee | ns | Nu our iit DODGE Conc 

Biche "Phone 46013. terpenes Ag i “er PPY| 19 DATED ABisi sth Cay.108 November, with your Insurance? 1938 PONTIAC COACH : 

—— | Box a Ontario ira rou Porter, Payne. & Arnot! 1937 FORD COACH | 

ME ror couple, SP ietnone: Phone | ———____——— Betlevitie, Font Bite, "1937 FORD COUPE ‘ ‘ 

ie RR ESI Oae ae SRS | SE HE EBA con 
R GIRL Ex- Fi Ph bt | PRICES 3 

Mghange for some babyeniting, Prone WOR. 1933 CHEVROLET SEDAN 

2329! Apply 150 Dufferin A’ n HARDWOOL, SOFTWOOD SLABS 1932 DURANT SEDAN 3 
Z nao bh |, 31g cord rd losds. NOTICE TO CREDITORS — rONTIAG SEDAN @ WITHOUT ENDORSERS 

or 
| BUSINESS LINERS Clos. Ban cy Sus | my THE ESTATE OF MARGARET Po COUre 
5 PLASTILGLOSS - THE atu WON- GCEROW, . widow. deceased. 





oer plastic floor finish. No polish- havin, cisims 

} = ing, © I. Forbes. ‘Belleville, ‘Phone andl, Bersons Margsr bims “against Your house which —_ ’ e 

y i O20 | Ot the Township of Ameliasbureh. ta yea stavening or may bede- Z ‘ : 
“a NO. 1 ALFALFA SEED the County of Prince Edward, Widow. a few minutes. TRU 

Ge deceased, who died on or about CKS 


Fee ae, we USE D 
ri at : bus. : 11th.’ day of September, 1947, are 
srimen Strain at $2600. pet teri ug and ad Could you build more than || 151s popce riazror 


by é 
172 FRONT STREET Auction sale of stock: “crop it th Win annexed of half a house with thei insure |} bon sonterry new mo- C A R Ss TRANS = CANADA CREDIT 
; .| ance you cary at present || ‘isa G.ac. TRACTOR” ake 
ew, Tweed : particulars of lal 
horse 5 old; | said 


@ WITHOUT RED TAPE 


1-3t 
; COOK TRAILE. 
canoe day values? 181¢ FORD PANEL PHONE - CORPORATION — LIMITED 





s ; ee eee Increase Your Insurance 1933 14-TON STAKE 4 
in accordance with coste 2 O 13 Campbell St. BELLEVILLE Fane 3296.3 
BISHOP, SEEDS : (ee. ; of today CASH — TRADE — TERMS 7 ! : bs 5 
111 FRONT 'STREET y rane wile no nad “ te . s 
5 DAM I noe then fave notice for, he Cc z 
Foe ie hapeiaetines rasa! “E LORNE MeDOUGALL RS BONN MOTORS AS OWS WITH HAT RACK | Murray was charged with mali<o” 
sDATED this Sth dsy of November. INSURANCE AGENCIES LIMITED » LIMITED wiNbow' Dec. 1 — (AP)—Don| clus mischief after Oici> Mari+ 
4 se z 4 Quixote won fame in literature} enthal, 34, restaurant owner, ac- 
319 Front Rtreet LIMITED 315 Pinnscle St.’ Phone'?380'||} Cor. DUNDAS and FRONT | by attacking windmills with, a] cused him’ of charging: into: 13 
Solicitors for the Anti wineses 168 Front 8t. Phone 168 . Nate sigu | ance, But, w ith Clarence Murray,| plate glass windows of the estabe 


35, police sald today, it was an- ey with a coat rack. 





one. BELLEVILLE 


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In Price on Our Present 
, Stock of Cars... 


IS THE TIME TO BUY A 
GOOD USED CAR AT 


WEST END MOTOR SALES. 


: FRONT ST. : BELLEVILLE PHONE 716 


"42 GLOSMOBILE SEDAN 


RADIO AND HEATER. 
WELL KEPT.” 


Sedan. -Heater ....... $1095 1938 Chev. Coach. Heater ........ 
Sedan, Heater... $1350 1938 Dodge Coach ............. . 
. $1075 1938 Dodge Coupe. Heater . 
oe 1937 Ford Coach ............ 


1937 Terraplane Sedan. Heater .. 
1936 Chev. Coach ............. saetacsias $ 
| 1935 Oldsmobile Sedan.’ Hester .. 
1935 Dodge Sedan. 6 wheels .... 
1935 Plymouth Sedan. Heater ... 
1933 Frontenac Sedan . $ 


) } ULUD LUUrE "46 HUDSON SUPER 8 SEDAN 
RADIO AND HEATER HEATER. WHITE WALL TIRES, 
- LIKE NEW: LOW MILEAGE. 


Sees et $1050 
Sedan. Heater .... 


"1938 International 2-ton Stake .... $495 
Natt 


BUSINESS DIRECTORY 


ee 
WISH TO BUY A HOMB— M e . 

= rou sone UF Ate THE JAMES TEXTS LU! ITED A. M RICHARDS & CO 
E. O. KEELER: ip ines 2] OF MA seh Tax CONANT 
(REALTOR) These o08 Pera rneee Brent: Sree 

j Ma-t DAVID STONE & CO. 

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= ING CONTRACTOR GUARANTEED REPAIRS PUBLIC ACCUUNTANTS 


oF KRESGE BLDG. 266 FRONT 82 
——_——_____———| STANDARD er PORTABLE TIFR- ‘Telephone 3d 
om) MAUND’S SERVICE RT Tas FTA 


STORM WINDOW WRITERS. 
3 2 CHWASB 
Feeee ces cians ‘Gnaint. raese fee” : SarLAYELL nr. W. $. STONE 
Painted Surfaces — Venetian —_———— er armacts aquest” 
i Employees Covered by Work- “ ‘hae 
Eig ONE, HONE se AUCTIONEER “ane 
STRY CAMERON BUNNETT CHIROPRACTOR 
pArMS ,GEMERAL avcrionmme = | 
OR DAME CLEO dates » an| Rt Es So, aera 


matin \wethh 6t' a8: alcones rab ca 
Moat READER CLARENCE HEARNS Radieclast es, 
23 STATION ST. Phone 235M AUCTLONRER 


2: |_‘Wiitsracrion “GuamaNrEZD * 
ARCHITECT 


a == en Cae Pe 
Wad. WATSON, Architect 
; M. Art’ tase Brest Street.) BARTON HAGGERTY 
yittadeerast g | AUCTIONEER 
7 . Qhext te Boyce’s Garage). STIRLING Phone ash — Paint 
. -» D¥%ly}| Reverse Charges on Long Distance ASPHALT a 
—===<$ Calls, INSULBRICK ané ABRESTOR SIDING 
INSURANCE rut) ACME HOME and FARM 


2 EJ. COURNEYA- IMPROVEMENT CO, 


al aaa 
Bes DeTEM Sarre protected Soa with GENERAL AUCTIONEER Phone 63-W-1-2 CANNIFTON 
° eur Ftre Insurance. ‘ Buyck's Hotel TWEED ty 

SANDY BURROWS Pees Stent 


and 
- HOWARD FROST HALL & EARLE 
Mure anp riRs INSURANCE ACCIDENT ané PLATE GLASS 
Genera} ineurance, Autemetiie 
"RENTAL 315 YRUNT ST. HONE 11H-W 


S a 
“) - DEISEL BULLDOZER 
> VOR, BACK FILLING HOUSES. 


MOVING CO. 
"WwW. HAMILTON 
 DUNDAS sr. Ww. Phone 


falar 


CONTRACTORS 
SPRAYING and ROOFING 
Orchards — Weed — White 


FRED ELGIE 
BONDED BUILT UF ROOFING 
CONTRACTOR 
piuusvnis = 306 
BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES 
LUMBER 


— INSULATION — 


SURVEYING 


G. NEWELL TROUP 
ONTARIO LAND SURVEYOR 
Ol4-1m| P.O, Bex 176 BELLEVILLE 

SH-1y 


——— 
* CONTRACTORS 


SEE BAR-B- Q 
WHITEWASHING and DISIN- 

> /RECTING OF STABLES OLD TAVERN BAR-8-Q 
| ROOFING AND BRICK SInING BS st. & 28 88 | 
P7GEORGE JONES Passer | ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
> PHONE 710-3-3 s 


370 FRONT ST. . PHONE 1653 
. * Attly 


o2-1y , : . 
SO'FLYNN & O'FLYNN J. GRIFFITHS ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS 
BARRISTERS 


& solicrrozs |PAINTING & DECORATING SALES 
FINKLE ELECTRIC 

j. D. VREE ESTIMATES Pt 

ino raoirr en | Nuon, sus| Phone 30023 1238, George 8.1334 Pinnacle ‘st Phene 20s¢ 


Weight in Numbers 


He maintained that the organi- 


y] operations. It should take in all 
those who would exercise the 


war years. Dr. G. 

succeeding speaker, spoke on the 

question of Marmora’s dam, 

which has recently undergone 

some repair. He felt that the 
of lake levels was ond 


water level kept within moderate 
limlts, would protect the mus- 
krat life as well as protect fish- 
ing. An unanimous vote was then 
recorded as being in favo® of the 
Chamber of Commerce being car- 
ried on, 


Provisional Officers 
Provisional officers elected 


were, 
President, Alex. Fraser 
Vice President, Irwin McCoy 
Sceretary to Le-elected later. 
Treasurer, H. R. Pearce 
Directcrs—H. A. McNally, H. 
A. Burwash, R. E. Bonter, C. 


on extension of the stré¢t railway 
franchise. 

Chatham — three Issues: 
factory fixed assessment, sale to 
Kent county of city’s Interest In 
joint musicipal bullding and an 
over-all sewage system with 
$150,000 spent on a Queen Street 
sewer in 1948. 

Guelph — 17 candidates, in- 
cluding 11 members of the 1947 
council, bid fer 11 council seats. 
Two non-money plebiscites: on 
establishment of a parks coinmis- 
sion and on whether Guelph shall 
contribute to construction of an 
airport in the Kossuth area to 
serve Wellington and Waterloo 
counties, 


REPORTED RUSSIAN 
BOMB TEST 

Tokyo, Dec, 1 -— (AP) — Two 
Japariese who said they were in 
a concentration camp nearby 
when the Russians were rumored 
to have detonated a test atomic 
bomb at Irkutsk, Siberia, last 
June 15 told the newspaper Yo- 
miuri today that they had heard 
nothing and doubted there 
such a test. The report was never 
confirmed. 


Is the ‘“S-C” Attached 
To Your 
Fire Policy? 


The “S/C” (Bupplemental Con- 
tract) extends your fire insurance 
so that it also covers Cirect loss 
or damage caused by the following 
additional perils: 


WINDSTORSI 
HAIL 


LIGHTNING DAMAGE TO El- 
ZCTRICAL APPLIANCES. 


EXPLOSION 


RIOT 


IMPACT BY AIRCRAFT OR 
VEHICLES 


SMOKE 
WATER ESCAPE 


The additional premium is only 
5c per.hundred of insurance. 


CU Burr ot Sin 


ca INSURANCE 
Att SAONT BT. PHONE +964 


Nildemtt~ 


OOOO 
CIVIL ENGINEER 


DOUGLAS W. BEWS 

~ B.Se., M.E.1.C. 
REGISTERED PROFESSIONAL 

~ ENGINEER 


239 Dufferin Ave. . aszd 
Nw9-1m 


Was also decided to _make| minor 
the Chamber’s initial project “aj tion of’ 
| Santa: Claus: parade with Major | journmen! 


Nite x 
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What You | 


Should Know | 


about | 


TRAVEL 
RATIONING 


Why? 


Canada's supply of U.S. dollars will no longer stretch far enough to 
permit all the purchases of goods and services or all the travel in the 
United States that has taken place in the past. It is, therefore, necessary 
to reduce our expenditures of U.S. dollars in many different. ways. 
As one of these steps, the Goverment has decided that the use of 
US. dollars for pleasure travel spending must be reduced. To ensure 
this reduction in a way that is fair to all, an annual “travel ration” 
has been established. As in the past—o Form H permit is required by 
anyone taking out of Canada more than $10 U.S. or more than a 
total of $25 in Canadian and foreign currencies. 


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Pleasure Tracel 


Regulations now provide thot the maximum amount of U.S. dollars which any 
Canadian resident may obtain for pleasure travel purposes is $150 per year. In 
the case of children of eleven'years and under, the amount is $100. There is no 
restriction on the number of trips as long as this annval allotment is not exceeded. 
Any U.S. dollars obtained for one’ trip and not used on thot trip must be brought 
back to Canada ond exchanged for Canadian dollars at a bank immediately on 
retum. No credit for these funds can be allowed against the annual ration for 
subsequent trips. ‘ 


Business Travel 


Applications for.U.S. dollars for business travel must include a certification by the 
employer that the travel is required in his business Interests, Reasonable a of 
U.S. dollars may beobtained for this purpose. : 


Tracel for Health or Education 


Applications for. U.S. dollars for travel for health or educational reasons cre to be 
made on special forms available at chartered bonks. These applications will be 
forwarded by banks to the Foreign Exchange Control Board for consideration, 
Applications. for health travel must be accompanied by a medical report on forms 
which can also be obtained at chartered banks, The Department Sf National 
Health ond Welfare will act os advisor to the Boord in reviewing these medicol 


reports. J . 


Border Travel 


A Canadign resident wishing to moke visits on which he will not be taking out of 

Canada more than a total of $25 of which not more thon $10 is in U.S. dollars, may 
from his bank for this purpose up to a total of $10 ii calendar month. 

This is In addition to the onnval travel ration, fy ; 


Personal Purchases of U.S. Goods 


A Canadian tourist should remember that the new restrictions applying to imports 
from the United States govem his personal purchases there. He may not bring back 
any merchandise which has now been prohibited or which may now only be imported 
on a quota basis. The fist of goods covered by the new import restrictions is on 
extensive one. Tourists contemplating any particular purchase in the United States 
would be wise, before leaving the country, to ask Canadian Customs Officials if 
this purchase will be admitted, : % : 


‘Travel Requiring Sterling Funds 


Applications for sterling funds for travel in sterling area countries are normally 


approved for ony reasonable amounts, o 


FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE AT ANY. BANK 
or. from : 
FOREIGN EXCHANGE CONTROL BOARD 


OTTAWA 


or its offices ot 
MONTREAL, TORONTO, WINDSOR and VANCOUVER 


CANADA Nets § 
\J.S. DOLLARS 












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British Empire € 
- At Bellevile C 


~ “Top winner at the Royal Winter| wich: Rete ec én 
. >, Fair) at ‘Toronto and’ also’ at’ the js Well over 200’cheess are on: ex 
«+ Brockville cheese show last week,| room where judging of the’ varl-| 
Leslie E.\ Adair, Britton, Ontario} ons ‘entries was” completed on|” 
4 Reescpey moet: rites thes pate Saturday. ‘The. show will official-|: 

pire Zchamplonship. “a x and ‘will con-}° 
“Belleville cheese show schedul-| Noon on Wedneste 
- ed'to Open here on Tuesday. 

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© Belleville district makers who 
show, his August! made a good showing in the open 
cheese in the ‘open class scoring] classes Included Blake Johnston 
98.6 poldts with sent pols ee of Holloway; Horace Palmer * 
texture,’ closeness, color and’ ; d Thomas Heath of 
ish and taking 43.8 points out of| Sonucre*2 rhc 


trol or Eastern Ontario. 
The Silver Challenge Cup to 
the Quebec maker showing. the . t : * 
highest scoring oe cheese ’ Svein. “ $e, OE -. 
went to George Harbour,” St. = 
Philemon, Nord Beliechasse, Que. “Well. what are we waiting for?” 
pobccthased won the J. - LeClair 
lenge trophy for the highest . z 
; ese berval, Que 96.; -Odina Ter-| and a Ronson Ilgater, while all 
ee Oct on eee iar land, Lotnbinieres Que.,. 95.8;]} entries over 98 points also recelv- 
Anti Sli fetes: § 072 points. : Pi Chester,s'Gue!Gh i: Emurest| A sew clase Qils t the 
SSH Dp... ices for 2 Cheather, e., 35.1; urent new class year a 
id : Water Repellent..; haggle igi the: w ot! Rouleau, Timiscoutla, Que., $4.2. | cheese show was one of cash 
me ene 5 [OPER 5 ‘ .| _ October—Georges Harbour, 97.2;| prizes offered by the Montreal 
won't bleach when water is: || June—T. S. Alckens, Arva, 985; | Louis Laramie, 96.8: Odina Fer-| Provisions Trace Association to 
spilled, Self-Polishing...dries |; pg tre pie ae land, 96.7; Lucien Landry, 95.7;| compensate the higher scoring 
‘gleaming finish without |, y ‘ig * ‘Blake John dy Henri Bilodeau 93.7; Laurent| entries who failed to win prizes 
ona . Holle * a. pra heen | Rouleau, 91.2. in the open classes. To win ex- 
rubbing. ton, Burgeseeiie $80 amng-| | Flats--L. E. Adair, 98.6; T. S.| hibitors bad to have a full entry 
Heath, Cam beliferd $8.1: Horace | Alchens, 98.4; Horace .Palmer | cf five cheese. August and Sep- 
oy: Palmer, Foxboro, 98; Fatt he | 28-3; T. R. Johnston, 98.1; Rus- | ‘ember —J. A. Reld, Campbell- 
at-. Nell, Moscow, 98: R'E. Bridges | 5 Martin, Listowel, 98; ‘Thos. | ford, 9715; H. Atherton, Picton, 
man’ St. Man's, A. J. Vosbousen, | Heath, Stirling, 97.9; Doug Howe, | 97.5: R. Martin, Listowel, 97.5: 
. Centreville, ee Delbert Ca 7 Warkworth, 97.4; George Galla-|B. F. Mitchei!, Odessa, 97.5: 
Eldorado, tied. 97.9, 7MADs) gher. Milford, 97.1. : Roy- Brown, Harold and Fred 
ANTI=-SLIP. July —F. M. Day, Norwich, 985: | ..Stiitons—T. 2 Johnson, 98.4;| Newcombe, ‘Picton, tied 97.3 and 
Ree T. S. Alche = pans 984: L. E.| T-, S. Aichens, 98.3 and L. E. | Wes Remington, 97. 
: ‘ Adair, Britton, 982; Albert Ben- | Adair. 98.2. June and July—J. A. Reid, 
SELF- - nington, Burgessville. 98: A. J British Empire Special—T. R. | Campbeliford, 91.5; Bruce Mitch- 
LISHING Vosbourgh, Centreville 98; Horace | Johnston, 98.5; 1. E. Adair, 98.2;| ell, Odessa 97.4; Russell Martin, | - 
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Further Increas ONS ON] mett-teme, cee et |WARNS: FARMING Wotte e Re-elec ted 
Recommended For abi =" METHODS NEED Commissioner by 


Meat Packers AWM APRIVA| senna [0 BE COMEED Margin of 51 Votes | 


HL J. 
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~ \Britith Delegation |- omit “Boller” Loyal’ 1122. 00.000 13890 Dr. Archibald Gives 
Charles ESHyOe'scc.ssscssceschedeccesss AASB 


: + CP. ‘McTague, Arbitrator, Completes Ottawa Talks| ~ Claude D. Tee...) ..c.cseseeceeesesees L685, Talk at Convention 


Newton C. Wilbur ......cecccececceseces 1,612 


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ery, e : ° oer 77) See ! ; By D’ARCY O'DONNELL » 
. , Outlines Recommendations tsh-Canadlan negsiatlons bere Forciamieiie icici dae. | Serra gene Of Old Council Defeated 
Deve heen completes and arait| DOORS BEWE ...cccccccsccscenseneces S88 ttawa, Dec.2- (CP)<-Dr.E. ee © : 





S. Arciibald, of Ottawa, director e 9 
of Exptrimental Farm Services, | 1ast night when after one of the THE NEW MAYOR 
today warned the 36th annual 
meeting of the Ontario Associated | tory of the city, Denzil L. Storey, 
Boards cf Trade and Chambers | was elected to tne office of chief 
of Commerce that unless Cana-| magistrate defealing . Mayor 
dian agricultursl! methods are| Frank Follwell, seeking His fourth 
changed farming in the country | term of office by a majority of 
will suffer great harm. 856. Mayor-elect Storey polled 
Addressing a concluding ses-} 3,040 votes as against 2,184 com- 
sion of the two-day mecting, Dr. | piled by Follwell. a 
Archibald said that continuous; One of the highlights of the, 
(First Four Elected) cropping of the country's agricul-/ electoral battles was that waged 





1,402 
Harry Knott ........ccecceceeerreesseces 1,099 
Frank “Duke” Smith .........--000.s000. 995 
Thomas Rees .......-.seececseccecenvsee 683 
Isaac Stephenson ........seececeeresese> 534 
Jeuel Bentley ........ccccecseceeeeeseee 43h 


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: : (Toronto, Dec, 2 (CP)—Besides | the approval of the British gov- 
3 ‘a general wage increase of 10-/ er:ment, it was leacncd today. |. 
cents-an-hour for employees of} Juformed sources said members 
3 ; Canada Packers, Ltd., and Burns| of the nine-man British dele- 
ee Ne and Company, C. P. McTague, ar-| pztion which has been here mor> 
> : coleman Lore sag under terms| than a week have cabled to Lon- 
5 : which led _ apa 's six-week ee Lied of the proncend 
i : wages strike ickin: co.! and are awaiting in- 
; workers, announced today he had! structions. on 


fh ir recommended further increases} ‘here is just a possibility that 
: ‘ above the 10-cent boost for plants] arnouncement of the terms of 
Lv outside Toronto. the agreements may be made late 


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This extra amount will be five} tucay in Ottawa and London but 




















































: Sy he cents for the Charlottetown plant) the likellhood is that the cfflcial tural creas was depleting the} Ly Public. Utili!:es Commission 
‘Close_ Mayoralty Contests | of Canada Packers, three cents for| werd will not come until tomor Harold Seldon 2,653 jand of organic matter Russell Wotten, who was 
LO3C.. . : enor ~ : sere tere eee e eee re rene ees cae - n, who was 
Another Feature in Many | the firm's plants in Montrew ugh | Ox Dr, Austin Walters ......cceeeceeeecceeee BiDAT A survey of agricultural areas|1o the wire by ex-Mayor Harry 
Municipalities ail, Jour cents in This announcement, If It is Miss J e Tickell 1,834 ‘was needed and boards andjxollins. The lead changed hands 
: —— and 1% cents in Edmonton and St} yisde, hinges on the British gov- osephin PETA EDES ED ER EL HSC e LY chambers could support plans for} several times d'uring the evening 
“(By The Canadian Press) | Boniface, Man. At the same time,| ernnent accepting the contracts Arthur L, Burke ........eseeseeeseeceess 1653 the undertaking of such a survey.| and the issue was in doubt up 
zi workers ae Se Company | as segotiated. Frank Creeggan ........-.s0sescenceeees 1,622 W. E. Wood of Guelph asked if] until the last three polls were in. 
> + Civie electors were in a mood pe ts he pees Caleary aits|,. 2he agreements are for the ex~ ing of the ban on the ex-| Wotten was re-ciected by the slim 
to authorize large expenditires|)° othe baal Acres cents terrion of contracts under which FOR HYDRO COMMISSIONER port of some agricultural pro-| margin of 51 votes, poiling 2532 
for ‘elty improvements as many| "sc Oe — ereaseS./ Canada has shipped substantisl ducts to the United States would| as against 2,481 for Rollins. ‘It 
Ontari Icipalities held elec-| acti Paby x are retro-| curntities of beef, oacon, pork, F. Russell Wotten .......-..c cc cesec cee 2532 not help ease the American dol-| was the closest fight seen here in 
Yiions est teat Some close may *“This brings the basic wage rate ee aS Se are Rollins ..........cseeceeeseeeceees BABE lar shortage.: He sald be feit a some years ; 
01 ‘2 aay” produc! in ey expire ie country was encouraging} Poll: records went by the 
oralty votes were another feature to 87% cents an hour, or $38.50/ 4Jing the next few months. Majority for Wotten .......-- maine a ieie 51 ing y 


en ay ae the basic| The four-year Anglo-Canadian 
increase was Mr. McTague’s award wheat agreement, now in Its sc- 
©.. the union demand for an addi-| ©" year, is not due for review 
tional five cents in areas outside but may have ente-cd Into the 
Tdronto to bring these rates up to| discussions in an ing» mal sense. 


other industries to export but was| boards as the electorate turned 
stifling agricultural production. | out to the polls ‘n much larger 


6 : Dr. Archibald sald that he could| numbers than iast year. In the 
One f W. t Ri ts not speak on the dollar question, | 1946 elections 4652 voters went 
0) ors Oo but it was true that young peo-|to the polls This year the num- 


ple were leaving the farms. ber was 5,224 an increase of 572. 








of the widespread voting for mu- 
nicipal officers and commissions. 
; “Altogether the votes made a 

** sizable dent In the annual ballot- 
























































‘Denzil L. Storey, who de- 
feated Frank 8S. Follwell, ~ | 











: ttered elections : There is no indication that it will e . He felt that the young people 
ing, with ae seal ener ype scale. be affected by the talks, In Holy Land History should be encouraged to take over| Allin Heads Polls pe incumbent o£ office, 
Se oe week 17. Cents Demanded It is expected thut the re- abandoned farms, plow them, fer- 









Rewed contracts wiil, provide f ee: : 
5 oe tewed con \provide for A 
“+ Among the monetary -rrojects 4Mr, McTague sald the union'|{owe: shipments in aay of the o 4.0 
pad demanded an increase of 17| foods being sold to Briain, This] Fe VEN ritis 

‘ hich “voting to in. This 

enw . was. limited : capectation is based on officis! € y 
predictions from the agriculture Py —— 
pny ese ont hier pro-| Jerusalem, Dec. 2 —(CP)—Bri- 
uction pork and et troops , interven- 
at Teast, will decline in 1043, Le Nes epee ereyy a Arabs, 


Alderman Jack Allin seeking 
re-election headed the aldermanic 
poll receiving 2,452 votes, said 
by veteran municipal officials to 
be the largest vote ever polled 









tilize them and grow grass on 
them, Once this was done they 


























é . stetke at its peak cmbraced 14,000 
ture of $700,000 for site and con- gbotise. ‘wor 


. struction of a new schgol. Sud-|n: for him to decide. was 
for San tines caekers inflamed by the impending parti- 


7 * . 

Hees . land Burns workers, the Swift D P. oducts tion of Palestine, and Jews an- 
ani existing school, plus three néwiCompany having already agreea ary Ir gered by Arab violence, today 
bridges and authorization of “a@jon an increase of 10 cents an hour prevented one of the worst rlots 

city-owned transport system. * |f0F its workert. sion, hé bad Outlook Better in the turbulent history of the 

“(Woodstock approved "a $44,500 first to come to © conclusion as Holy Pane ezentnesiee cn the 

project for improvements to “the/to whether it was proper to re~- sme Joe ee 

civic arena, and voters at Windsor|gard each plant as a purely local For 1948 e m became 1 bedlam 


































































a “. of shouting demonstratorz, blaz- 
by a two to one majority approv- operation or as “x eaenoeet part 


of an integrated w 
ed the proposal to enter agree- ‘ay 
ment with the Federal: govern- 
ment for construction of 500 
homes for war veterans. The city 
will provide the sites and accept 
$70 per home in leu of taxes, 
Windsor voters however turned 
down the proposal to purchase 
Peche Island — at present owned 
by a United States amusement 
company — as a civic play- 
ground. 


Favor D. 8. T. 


Substantial majorities were giv- 
en in favor of daylight saving 
time in the four places where this 
question was submitted — Wind- 

; sor, London, Sarnia and Wallace- 


burg. 

Another side issue was a vote 
at Sandwich East #here IMquor 
with or without meals -— in din- 
ing lounges and cocktali lounges 

| — Was approved. : 

® But in the large cities it was 
the mayoraity vote that attracted 
most ‘attention. At Loadon 73 





“The point of view makes some 
difference in respect of wages,”| (By GEORGE KITCHEN Rex, largest Arab-owned movie! called back into session to enact a 
sald Mr. McTague, “I do not be-| (Canadian Press Staff Writer) | {nests tee Otielam streets for| caine Premier Rebert Schurman to 

2. - rei 
form throughout, because. there enna on ike irae . (CP)—Dele- | more than two hours, burning,| fight work stoppages’ paralyzing 
are different factcrs relating to Provincial - Agulcultuy perion wrecking and looting. had already | France. 
wages in different districts. Nelth- roe thday ke at Za rfer- | set fire to more than $0 Jewish} One stoppage was ended this 
er do’ I belleve that certain dis- |" ooh ie ta ate Mor Canaiton toad shops. morning when police cleared sit- 
tricts should remain chronic low [7 action, Jews countereattacked in a test|down strikers from six power 
wage areas because of factors that |PIDUST IO it, coreal grains, the | of blood and fire. Army fire bri-| plants in the Paris res, pose 
ure not Pedant y rel Federal Department reported that | £#des were called in, from out-| mitting subways to resume opers- 
wages a the world shortage is expected to | !ying military camps to prevent Oo ee tas savesal had been sus! a Rome Jeweller, was the sec 
FURTHER INCREASE—Page 2 |Decome ‘more acute” in 1948 and | POM aaseation. More than 2,000,000 workers re-| Snel Russian Puinvess wie ones 
dian wheat will continue to be| Arabs, who tried to march to| mained fy Bethea stalling) Geath in Rome. The other was 
ATTITUDE NOT JUSTIFIED “urgent” Le Bing Bayi Selah srere a0: SET Ear “lent fil Princess = Galltzine-Baria-Tin- 
creases In acreages sown to Y police an e Br clv- + _| 3ky, who threw herself from the 

Montreal, Dec. 2 —(CP)-- The |barley and oats, principal live-| il and military headquarters at cr SS geen apr Pe fifth floor of a boarding house 

ines? case ig tage otk Monk | food grains, were expected ie lee was barricaded by Brl- breaking the Communist grip on last month. ° 
ussia : sh troops. a —_——. 

Hitler does not justify her pres-| | Total Canadian meat production | As smoke from burning bulld- the French labor mover eject-| EVA'S FATHER FIfED 
democratic way of life in Europe dropped six per cent tn 1947 Ang | ings bung over the city. stacy |e Community Deputy Raoul Cal-| ygunicl, Germany, Dec. 2 (AP) 
democratic Carmunism in coun: [for 1648. A aarp Gecline in pork | Cree ey deanion would” ‘be |i from the assembly chamber. Fritz Braun, father-in-law of 
tiles ruined economically by the jproduction was expected to reduce | placed under a, dusk-t - Fifty other Communist deputles| adolf Hitler, ' was fine& 2,000 
war, External Affairs Minister St. |the total amount of meat avallable | Surtew, ef! Late -to-dawn | who had occupied the otherwise | marks ($20) yesterday and placed 
Laurent said in an address yes-|for export In 1948 to 50 per cent curfew, effective tonight. empty chamber with Calas fol-|under probation for a year as @ 
terday. of 1947. Jewish sources estimated Prop-| towed him out. Calas made no ef-|minor offender under the denazi- 
2 The diiry picture was better. | TY Gamage at $1.000.000. | fort to resist the guards and there ication law. His daughter Eva Is 
DISABLED SHIP IN PORT |Output of fluid milk and butter y reports | was no disorder. believed to have married the Ger- 




































































































































































could move into production of ° ; 
beef and a surprising amount of In ed an 
meat could be produced. Jur M ? 80, 
s e ; 
Insists on Voting 
Former Owner Hinold Seldon also seeking eaGiee | 
re-election piled up the 
éTeete P fll-F ted G number of 2,653 votes to head the Has Never Missed 
er “Pra em lists in the trustee fight. A elove BCR S, 
. second and alsu a holder of a} Chatham, Dec, 2 (CP)—Thomas 
ge “9 L to Death polling record was Dr. Austin|Cross of Chatham was out to set 
Of Silence eaps : Walters, a newccmer to the Board ja local record for civic elections 
—ee of Education, who received 2,547 /and, even though handicapped he 
Rome, Dec, 2 —(AP)— Nadia | votes to lead Mut Josephine Tick- jcelebrated his 80th birthday ° by 
—— Vegin-Orloff, Russian Prin-|ell and Arthur L. Burke, whojcasting his ballot for the 60th 
., Paris, Dec. 2 (AP).—A 10-hour} ‘cess who once owned the legen- | finished in taird and fourth |consecutive time 
Ing buildings and armored cars, eS Tike cay toany ay Oriof black “diamond, | Pisce eee cuiecied candinuee: hing “a nie pera —" 
ea! to her death Sunday. gan was the defeated ca ate.|work and -was zemov oO 
Jews this afternoon set afire the} and the National Assembly was ea ill-fated ge aolen Four city alderman were re-|home and “Mer te hospital for 
from an Indian shrine near | elected to office with three new- |cxaminetion. was found to be 
Pondichery early in the last | comers finishing in second, third |suffering arm dnd hip injuries and © 
century, was reputed to have and fourth positions. Re-elected |was ordered home by ambulance, 
brought violent death to sll | are Aldermen Jack Allin, Charles |Although he was unable to stand 
who ever owned it. The stone |L. Hyde, Clau¢e D. Tice and jor walk, he persuaded the ambul- 
originally weighed 195 carats | Newton C. Wilbur. Newly elect- |ance attendants to wheel him i 
but was cut. into smaller |¢d candidates are Aldermen-elect |the polling booth to cast the balloy 
pleces by an Austrian jeweller |‘Sandy“ Lummuss, George Brown |which he had never missed since 
to end its evil renown. = ee Lloyd, bind anions in jhis 21st birthday. 
Nadia Vyegin-Orloff, wife of e positions named; Aldermen “e 
ma c.f | ityde, Tice and Wilbur finished | HEADS OFF 
in fifth, sixth and seventh po- | COUNTRYWIDE STRIKE 
sitions ~espectively. Rome, Dec, 2 — (AP) — The 
Italian government staved off a - 
Never in Doubt country-wide strike of city em-  ~ 
Defeated aldermen are William| Ployees today by agreeing to tus- 
Harvey who finished in eleventh nish h cas semngy governments 
pecten and ees Fred rage ineTeanex: pay “peamis 
Chamberlain who wound up -in 
ninth place. New candidates who It also ap eesteng ee of 
were left were Everett Liddle | 2 political dispute in Milan where 
who finished eighth in position leftists almost seized power Fri- 
111 votes behind Alderman Wil-|¢4¥ in profests against replace~ 
4 ments of the prefect (governor) 
bur; Douglas Bews in 19th place, t Mil vii Ettore Troil 
Harry Knott, in twelfth spot and | ° , eftlat. Province, O 
in the order named, Frank Smith, | * ra 
Arthur Cole, Arthur Keegan. 












































9, Thomas Rees, Isaac Stephenson 5 
Wenl placed the day's toll all over the| Cal fused to leave the spea- : : 
year-old George A nie tteen He| Halifax, Dee. 2-—(CP)— The |scvarces ‘nis yeas and butter wat Holy Land at four Jews dead, 29] xer's rostrum yerterdsy afternoon | aitied ecleiie ait Hitler Just oe Pees eee: Coming Events 
eated four others with a hand-|7,744-ton Greek freighter Vernl- |Cheése production slumped badly. Jews and nine Arabs injured. after a vote of censure against him jpefore Berlin fell. ‘ WOTTEN—Page 4 EE 
me plurality. The unofficial|cos Nicolaos, reported in distress |Output of eggs und poultry ex. | , Many of Jerusalem's buildings | for urging army reservists to re- COME TO ST. ANDREW'S BA Ss 
+. count gave Wenige 9,311 to 7,441| 400 miles‘east of Bermuda Nov. |ceeded production total of 1946. still were burning tate today|fuse to comply with government inesday, December Sale : 


for Fred G. McAlster, who was 





mayoralty candidates were An- 


AT THE WESLEYAN | METHODIST 
gelo Pinto with 69 votes and Mor- 


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‘ < "| | Chicago, Dec. 2 —(AP)— The 

Weather Synopsis |camivat-goer of 1948 wil! find all 

the old thrills awaiting him, but 

Toronto, Dec. 2 —(CP)-- Ryn- | practically ali will be mechani- 
opsig: Air of Polar origin has | cally provided. ‘ 

pushed into the White ‘E:ver and t prediction Is the result of 

Kirkland Lake regions. Its south-|a visit to the exhibition hall of 


WOMEN’S CANADIAN CLUB OPEN 
meeting, Bridge St. United Church 
Sunday School rooms, Wednesday, 
Dec. Sra, 8:15. Speaker Dr. Lott 
Hitschmanova, Executive rector 
European Relief. Tes _ following 
Jecture. Mem 1.50. sings 

3 N28,29 


DON'T. RGET THE PARTY AT THE 
K..of C..Club Rooms, every Thurs- 
day, at 830 pm. Admission 25c. 

. . $23-34eTu- We 

































































































salvage tug Foundation Josephine |some advances also were expected | begam their attacks at dawn, with] orary expulsion from the assem- 
according to.a radio.message re-|in potatoes, tomatoes and beans. | the opening of a three-day Arab bly. ee: '° ® 
ceived here by her operators, corn and peas | strike. called by the Arab higher} The tumult in the chamber over walips Originators With Business 
: : - in trucks and afoot’ counter-at-|xlot was forced to suspend the ses-| . ? ‘ a yeaa 
Bi sige te when he CesT Tventt ; plore Ler Sa areas dapules ae. RLAGRUENAUEST Wed, NGsore Rocko! 2 has te] Seal set A gee 
and other - ‘Press r rge ool, 32, has December Sth., at 8.15, Cana- 
was 88 percent ventions Keep on at Carnivals | .Ame=*,ci= vd Bros, un [andes Cohenber cough the s Bh a hg cee 
e 'e The authorities were assisted by | sure Herriot would not reconvene} have solved the problems of| His original plans called for only ———— 
ene ae Lares paar ¥. a: All the Old : Thrills Will be Gone thousands of khaki elad young the assembly without their knowl-| housewives hhrried by high prices! 300, but housewives clamored to] SHOOTIN? Deo7Gth TOR, GEESE. 
f ves, Math ¥ . Jews, apparently members ot | edge. of meat. - : ; join. Rockstool has disconnected} Harry t's farm, Foxboro, Sth, 
OF Bir. jews. : -  |Hagana, self-styled Jewish de-| The anti-strike bill, which the) Rocco Martino, 33-year-old pro- | his phone and advertised for more} com Sidney. D2. 
. velunteers, distinguished by blue | ment power for three months to] suburban Rye, N.Y., is the self-|to any family as much meat as 
soe taped Frage drape arm bands, directed traffic around | fine and an strike agitaters: and described idealist who is selling,they want during the week for 
coin in a slot and out the fortune congested areas. to upply bly penal! meat at cost plus a fiat weekly} exactly the price he pays for, It 
leaving in’ their wake a. trail of KILLED BY TRAIN ‘section whace his store is located | the 
ward motion is being retarded|the National Association of dispadipnip, plmtoarach 748 Pa |vurned, shops and overturned ae were depriving themselves of] They say they are able to get 
and it is not expected to spread|Amusement Parks, Pools and|“real model,” put a nickel In the automobiles, they were reported| Toronto, Dec. 2 CP)—Bfforts | vitamins because of the high| more meat and at a lower cost. 
tario \CHRE _P, 
uring accom- for a new foray. ere cost Kélis Radeff, 57, his life, | The co-operatiye-like idea hit| Martino. Steaks were going for 65; 2nd.” Christ Church Parish Hall, 
Ce S “fradianadl paper port teaad Pett atcbgenseag et cba posh bromo pe pporeteatie A Jewish counter-attack mean- {police sald today. A trackman, he him. He consulted a lawyer on the | to 67 cents compared to 75 and 83 pres cae i Ben's CHS 7 acoe 
few light ralnshowers, Little |the flesh may be an undulating | your favorite'cowboy actor. while appeared to be developing.| was fatally injured Saturday | economics of the plan. Nov. 1 hej cents at other stores in Rye. elcome. . m2 


“y Christmas. gifts. home cooking, ap- 
12, was towed into Hamilton, Ber- when police and troops restored a| orders calling them to the colors. N 66 ] 9? M odi ailt M hildven's SS x 
ai yesterday by the Halifox Monee wes beat tor tone and semblance of order. The Arabs|The vote also directed his-temp-| W@W e Mm et mg eat \And "plants. ‘Tea served from 3-6. 
The harvest of 
: 39. Foundation Maritime.. possibl: uld decline. executive to protest the United | the incident became so great that 
dh abe: Londen ‘turnout was 50.8 eid Nations partition decision. Jews| assembly president Edouard Her- 
. were used by British New York, Dec. 2 (CP). — At|same service charge for his cus-| 98% newest conce! ery 
howe loet hs Pera = third authorities to disperse the rioters. | night. They sald they wanted to be| least two butchers believe they|tomers who now are 560 strong. Tickets 50 ‘cents ‘and 75. cente, 
: : fence army, who ,assembled in |Communist deputies are fighting /| prietor of the meat department of |help. Eas 
eee iee conten entity ent midtown Zion aquare. Jewish |s0 bitterly, would give the govern-|a small neighborhood store in|. The Rye butcher pledges to sell 
After the mein body of the | sabotage. service charge of $1.25 a family. | wholesale. 
Salen antiseptlcally, printed On| Arab rioters had: been 5 . Families in the middle-class} Are the housewives happy with 
a clean pastboa: Its? - 
. regrouping behind the walls of |to stop possible derallment of a | prices of meat, he said in'an in-| Bacon selling elsewhere at 89 to 
4 rer ea hated rere Apertatess Eten Lots ont bephacieagetlapatey ee Taal in ine otis cin et the old Holy City in preparation |Canadian Patific Railway engine | terview. 95 cents was sold for 78 cents by | EU! ARTY TUESDAY, .DEC. 
x ‘Four: trucks loaded with young |when he tried'to retrieve a heavy | revolutionized his business and} Rookstool said he assures a sav~ 
5. pelle phd rtnered iphone pret hay tree ees, Meare Serie also ve provigs 72s Jews armed with clubs sped out |hammer left between the rails |now has 135 housewives in the| Ing of at least 25 per cent mon 


























3 cf Zion square shertly after noon, | and he died in hospltal today with- | “club” which is growing daily. He|for each customer. Martino Jax. Latinas. Soe 
: Lehre Mar pear y tage Orr] Little Fevnt made of that mater-|fries, and, of course, popcorn, |followed by approximately 2,000 ining consciousness. Police.| says he will stop at 200 the apt: more conservative—he said house- teens St rhe Belleville Lodge No. 
«Tha 5 electrically-powered | candy cotton, hat dogs, pop and:|Jews orf foot. 3 sald Radeftf was rtruck b the | mum for overhead costs: wives dealing with him save $2to| 123. AY. & AM, Masonic’ Ty ple. 
; and alee rninas’ have been j hips. other items whicn in combination — engine tender after he had picked | | Another butcher in Philadelphia] $4 a week, while they are xe paarag ay 8 Da ‘4th. Do miss 
Lakes. Maybe you want your fortune! prove indigestible. FIVE THOUSAND—Page 4 ‘up the hammer. _ _.*_ |ig running hog wild with the! more meat. ae Leis S RIE P RED 

ase 3 $ aS £ . ‘ es a 
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| City and’ District News |) 

































Phyllis Beatty was guest soloist. 
| During the morning service the 
little son (William Kemis Cars- 
well) of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Kemis 
Carswell was baptized. A large 
congregation attended At the 
evening service Rev. H. V. Walk- 







Coal bins of city householders 
suffered just a biz more during|” 
November this year than In No-|) 
vember 1946, according to ofticial 
statistics announced from the Ilc-|Of Montreal, who was 



































compared with a meat of 40.5 dy. 
grees for tLe same period one 
year ago, Maximum temperature, 


a’ 
Flute). It was the first time (par Macy leh: . Maj. Foote 



























grees as ; 

while the low temperature was 
eight degrees. as compared with 
21°‘ degrees during _November 
1 <- 


946, 

Rainfall for the two periods 
was approximately the same, 
there being 148 inches last month 
as compared with 1.76 inches one 














tingdon, Stirling, Tweed and St. 
John’s Fac oye Church, Madoc, 
al 





to his church, but to his home 
























precipitation for the last month 
was 257 as compared with 284 
for November, 1946. 





Chicago, Dec. 2 (CP)—Enfries 
from Manitoba and Ontario today 
hold top livestock prizes to add 
t othe list of laurels won by 
Canadians in both the animal and 
hay and grain contests at the 


Three Municipal 
Elections in P.E. 


Pleton (Special) —There were 












morning when approximately one 


































FACTOR | 


HOLLYWOOD MAKE-UP |[pez, who was named champion 
PANCAKE ......---+ $1.15 ||shorthorn bull in-the breeding 









votes. 




















Warden J. K. Welsh defeated 

Reeve Clarence Allison by 122 

votes, 

% H won first place with their entry | _ In Hillier township Reeve John 

ee : “Bandeller’ of D5n Head 19th.” | Taylor was re-elected by 69 votes 

tes “Il pulls of this class were calved be-| over William Morton. Council- 
; tween May 1 and Dec. 31, 1945. lors elected were Earl Burriss, 


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Noted Newspaper 










GIFT SETS Hvestock show which has # record | Kenneth Wood. 
of 12,500 farm animals entered,} Hallowell vote In detail: e . 
$2.95 te $10.35 Reeve Dies at Toronto 









Farms of High Gete, Ont, in the 


j fat Lincolns, wether lambs class McQuaid — 37 $7157 90 55 60 
= McKEOWN’ ee org page in a — 42° = 146 71 119! Toronto, Dec. 2 (CP) —William 
: the erent. a: eeabie. abbas ty for Reynolds, 31. Wallace, advertising manager of 
oe am a ie, 
DRUG. STORE ee 
Phone 135 — WE DELIVER 






















Ont, was 

pion in the«soybean contest in 
which an Illlnois grain farmer, H.| Heffernan — 5 17 40 151 91 82] day in his office age 54. 
L. Stiegeimeier retained his crown 
of soybean king of the North 
American continent. 



















care se ee 


FLOOR SANDIN 


G Sophissburgh township. newspaper, family he wasa form- 
NEW FLOORS SANDED and Reeve 


er executive secretary and mana- 

Welst ger and president of the Cana- 
paca Ld pc dian Daily Newspapers Associa- 
Majority for Welsh 122. tion. In 1943 he became the first 
Canadian president of The News- 

paper Advertising Executives’ 


° 2 Association of America. 
Police Continue A native of Orangeville, Ont., 
. _ where: his father published the 
Probe into Gil 





























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Thief Steals Purse 
FromMr. Storey’s Home 


Being elected mayor of a cit: 
at least has a few drawbacks, 
an incident occurring at the home 
of D. L. Storey, Foster Ave., js any 
criterion. 

During the early hours of Mon- 
day evening the Storeys followed 


4 MADE LIKE 
GLEN ELLIOT 
1 486 Dafferin Ave. Phone 24693 
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“GENUINE PARTS 
MERCY” LvcHLN 







TSF DISS IY 







Sun, he was known to newspsper 
and advertising executives 


throughout the continent. 
He came to Toronto where he 








































* cal water filtration plant today. | awarded li Prix Fem- ¢r of Stirling assisted in the , 
ser ~ M 
‘The mean temperature for.the/ina for her: “Bonheur vice. William Hawthorne, Jr., sang Sd a StS ay 
Pest inopth was 349 depracc as (The Tin a solo and the choir sang an an- CAEN: on . & ron 


award has ever been made to Stlivered two very Inspiring set. | ‘Two narrow-gauge locomotives 
however, was higher at 6: de-|a Canadian. and everyone attending to take| built at the Montreal Locomotive Works | sands of Canadian servicemen during the 

against 56 one. year ago, home and think over in for the Newfoundland Railway are seen on | war, is one of the few narrow-gauge lines 
deck of Canadian freighter Randown as |in the world. j 


Ontario, Manitoba |<: trends trom West Hun- |she sailed from Montreal for St. John’s. The 


of the 





returned for work at 1 p.m. 

About 240 workers were affect- 
third of the normal complement|ed by the, strike which started 
cf employees returned to their] last October 6th., when a num- 


pets CC cate SS 
MAX 48th International Livestock Ex-| only three municipal elections in|Jobs as L. E. McLean, general| ter of workers in the plart ob« 
position. Prince Edward County yesterday.| manager of the firm, recelved a] jected to the layoff of 1% em- 


The major Canadian victory |In Hallowell township, Reeve restricting order preventing stri-| ployees, three days previously. 
yesterday was that of “Kelburn | Sherman McQuaid was defeated kers from blocking entry Luto|/ The company maintained at the 
Royal Banker” owned by James by Deputy Reeve Dwight O. Rey-| the plant. time that the Isyoff was due to 
Richard: ras ¢ Winnl nolds by 31 votes. In the Deputy| Under the watchful eye of aj factory adjustments but tte stri- 

son an ns 0 - |-reeveship contest, Lee Allison de-| strong force of city poilce the;kers, and the United Electrical 
feated Donald Hefferman by 134|non-striking workers passed) Racio and Machine workers 
through picket lines without in-| charged the employees had ‘«en 
In Sophlasburgh township, Ex-| cident as the plant reopened for| discharged for union activities. 


H.HowardElected 
CHRISTMAS een hee Ontario winner in the| Norman Foster, Lewis Wigat, Advertising Man iDeseronto Reeve 


Reeve of Deseronto for the past 
two years, P. J. Kirby went down 
to defeat at the polls on Monday 
in a three-way fight wpich saw’ 
Henry Howard 
Deputy Eeeve the Toronto Dally Star and the|reeveship. Also defeated for the 
Allison — 98 78 143 80 32 87 Star Weekly, died suddenly to-|reeveship was H. Sauer. 

In the mayoralty race Leo Ther- 
Majority for Allison 134, A member of a noted Canadian|rien was elected over R. K. Jack- 
son and J. W. Holden, 

Céuncillors for the new year 
are G. Walker, Howard Hawley, 
R. Bradshaw and L. Polmey. In 
the fight for utilitles commiss- 
foner C. W. Duffield was elected 
over H. Hall. 


PETERBOROUGH 
DAIRYMAN DIES 
Peterborough, Dec. 2 — (CP) 
— Frank Kelly, 44, vice-president 
Peterborough Holstein 
Breedera Association and one of 


“this district's leading dairymen, 
died suddenly today of a heart 


’s Death 
© | Sauk FORD) PRODUCTS ||ciosely the election returns which Secretary $ MEAL | joined the statt of the Star as s 
fe > FAST and EFFICIENT ultimately showed the approval reporter, Afjer-five years, | he 
* SERVICE of the ratepayers for Mr. Storey ——_ became an insurance executive. 
a as Mayor. But in doing so the Provincial Police are still in-| After serving with distinction in} s504 
q Storey place of residence was vestigating the death of pretty| the First World War — he rose : 


















possibly not as wel! closed to in- Jean Badgley, 23-ycar-old private | to the rank of Captain and won 
truders as It might have been. | Secretary #at the Corbin Lock 

This morning at a very early Company, whose body was found | private secretary to Hon. N W. 
hour Mr. Storey rotified the local | Sunday night at the home of her | Rowell, then secretary of the 
police that some time during the |Parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh) Canadian Privy Council, at_Ot- 
night his house hud been entered 
2nd that his’ wife’s purse, con- 
taining the house keys and $45 
in cash was missing. ’ 


the Military Cross—he became 








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BELLEVILLE MOTOR CAR 


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4 Phone 887-883 
“A GOOD PLACE TO DEAL’ 
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Union visited Canada after the 
war he went on their tour as 
—— jit SEG 
ortly after t he up 
Hagerman, Stirling, called to take | his post of executive secretary 
her back to Belleville. He found|and manager of the C.D.N.A, of 
the girl lying on the kitchen fioor| which he became president in 
with the rifle beside her. The|1939. He rejoined The Star in 
parents were at church at the | 1921 Res an see salesman 
Provinelal Constable J: Emestiic 6 
Keays has worked almost contin-| Hie was literally reared Ja the 
uously on the case since the death | newzpaper business. His father 
was reported by Hagerman Sun-|the late William Wallace, was 
day evening and hos questioned | publisher of the Dufferin Ad- 
rT prcuniont iomnat ening vance after the Orangeville Sun. 
into the death of ‘Riles Badgley His brother Clifford, had 2 not- 
was held at the Belleville Gen-|j;1 work before entering 
eral Hospital this morning under | advertising agency business A 
Coroner Dr. J, Russell Scott, and | sister, Claire, was In newspaper 
after identification of the body | vork for many years before she 
was adjourned for two weeks. entered the radio field, 


the girl's body was a .22 rifle. 
Home visiting her parents over 



































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ning accessory to carry your Aids to 
Loveliness. 




















A MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTIONS MAKE ° 
‘ THE PERFECT CHRISTMAS GIFT 


A Christmas present to be opened each week 
or month through the year 1948. A beauti- 
ful Christmas Card will announce your gifts 
in your name. _- 



















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oon: Contains basic Richard Hudnot, 


















DON THE thiesisT | GEEN DRUGS 


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Badgley, By > Municipal 
gley, et Frankford. Beside|tawa. When the Emplre Fress subdivision 





Entries Take 3 score te for weet Corbin- Plant Reopens For Work |FIRTHERINGREASE 
Prizes at Chicago |" "2" 2" No Resistance Offered by Pickets| ‘ont = me » 


Other parts of the report made 

Strikebound for the past eight cperations after being closed for [recommendation on the length of 
weeks, the plant of the Corbin the past two months. Ficketing|the work week, which varies, on 
Lock Company, reopened th{s| W@ Orderly, also when workers/union dues check-vutf which will 
remain as in the last contracts of tim 
the companies and on mainten- 
snce of membership. The finding | 
provided that the new contract, 
which will terminate Aug. 1, 1948, 
will contain a new “no-strike” 




















clause. 
44 Hour Week 










work week, he suid: 









real and Hull plants, where 















hours, 









hours. 
elected to the 














hours of work.” 


mediation. 








tion of employment. 










wanted it to extend as long 
possible. 


Check-off 





ewfoundland Railway, familiar to thou- 


Noting that provincial legisla- : 
tion differed in regard to the’ 


“I think the work week in 
Canada Packers should be 44 
hours a week except in the Mont- 


should be 46 hours weekly. The 
guaranteed 37 1-2 hours In effect 
under the last contract should be 
reduced to 36 1-2 hours, The 
guaranteed 40 hours in Montreel 
and Hull should be reduced to 38 


“In the case of Burns and Com- 
pany, the work week should be 
redticed to 44 hours ar... the guar- 
anteed 37% hours reduced to 36% 


A clause in the arbitrator's rul- 
ing banned a strike vote during 
the term of the agreement or dur- 
ing negotiations until issucs have 
been ‘submitted to some form of 


Mr, McTague rejected a request 
by the companies for a withdraw- 
al of union security provisions 
from the contract. He ruled that 
present members of the union 
will have to maintain their mem- 
bership in the union as a condl- 


He had set the contract termin- 
ation date with “some misgiving.” 
The companies, which sald nego- 
tiations in the past had been con- 
ducted “in the midst. of strikes” 
























it 









“In view of the other benefits|| gesERVED SEATS: 
given in the award, I do nct make 
any compensating wage adjust- 
ments a3 a result of the reduced 















































For a time he the sclution 


POLIANG SIGN STOLEN of the check-off problem lay in 


London, Ont, Dec. 2 (CP) — 
voters in south-end 
69 went around In 
circles yesterday. Somebody ‘stole 
the sign from the polling place. 











CAMERAS & KODAKS: 


OUR CHRISTMAS SY¥IPMENT 


HA’ 


BABY BROWNIES 


TARGET -BROWNIES 620 
TARGET BROWNIES 616 















ing unit must pay union dues. 













Ia seemed 





§ JUST ARRIVED 
INCLUDING: 





BROWNIE REFLEX — 


VIGILANT JUNIOR KODET LENSE 
VIGILANT F8.8 LENSE 

VIGILANT F6.3 LENSE 

VIGILANT F4.5 LENSE.) 


‘ 


KODAK 35, F4.5-LENSE © 


De FLASH BANTAM, F4.5 LENSE 
‘ « CENE KODAK 8-M.M. MODEL 25 


Sti 





RYVER'S PHARMACY 


FHONE 49 —FREE DELIVERY 


the Rand formula, which provides 
that all employees in a bargain- 


After declaring that the formu- 
to have induced a 










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CHURCH 














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apicd Be 
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to 


mere messeng’ 

onable elements 

membership. 
“There 


has been 


the part of the companies to hold! 
back a reply to the unfon demands 


mable length of 


becomes restless, meetings are 
held and a strike results. 

“Then the true and genuine col-| 
lective bargaining process begins 
















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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 3rd. 
_ NECESSARY CALLS ONLY 
Phone. 403 


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green and never fade away. 

Ever remembered by his sons, Bilt 

find Tom, D2 
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‘SECURITY MARKETS 
Quotations furnished by BIGGAR & CRAWFORD 
le Office —‘Phone 3160 end 3161 


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t 
Newsprints were mostly. up. UU-| Advance Poll ......s0se0.. 56 
litfes improved and liquors, food, | Foster No. 1 . 4 
42 
byt} 
a6 
72 
72 
118 
148 
« 
100, 
a4 
qT 
70 
i a. 87 
- Francoeur 12B, Bleecker No. 13 .....200.. 62 
Hardrock 35B. M « Chi ‘No. 1 Ib., 68] Bleecker No. 14 .. 49 
' Oil 465. F.OB., 72 delivered. Coleman No, 15 .. 103 
g Hollinger 11323. Butter prints, up one cent, first] Coleman No, 16 .. 106 
31. grade 67, second grade 64, third] Coleman No. 17A ....+.-. 67 
Hudson Bay 44. grade ‘ Coleman’No. 17B ....000- 78 
' Jason 17, ” Eggs: Trading quiet with grade} Murney No. 18A ... 15 
Kerr Addison 16. A eggs plentiful but lower grades| Murney No. 18B . _ 4 
Lake 196. in short supply; wholesale to re-| Murney No. 19A . “70 
i Lake Shore 14%. tail, A large 52-53, A medium 49-| Murney No. IDB ..cceeeee 72 
» * Leitch 127B, 50, A pullet 45-46, B 45, C 36-37;) Murney No. 20... 60 
Little Long Lac 164B. ed 182 
: Macassa 320. eggs, cases free, A-large 4742-48, Murney No, 22 ... eee 30 
: Mcintyre 59%. A medium 4544-46, A pullet 42, B| Murney No. 23......-..-- 126 
McLeod 165B, — 
» McKenzie 62, 2449 













Moneta 45B 
Nipissing 2B Melrose 
Okalta_70B BOGS 
*. Omega 8 1-2 Toronto, Dec. 2 —(CP)— | Whiteman, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. 
Grade A hog prices remained | McMechan and Mr. and Mrs. Ed. 
Pamour 117 unchanged at Stratford, $22.75 | wazier recently returned from a 
Perron 90B delivered to farmers, to | few days spent :n Toronto. Mrs. 

















remained stzady. Receipts: Cattie} urd. 







and lambs 800, 





were bringing $11-$13.75 a hun-| ¢vening. 






57.20-$11 with canners down 2t} Jane, 












Calves were firm at $17-$18] day afternoon. 












grade A and $22.60 for Bl. Sows 












brought $15 dressed. 









Can. Ind. Alcohol 16 1-4 “«Lambs were steady at $15 for] Western Canada. , 
4 CPR. 13 1-4B gtod ewes and wethers, $14 for Lg on bal sca Petes his a 
yaocere < rete ais Dutks and $13-$12.50 for culls.| 2isintss of the general store at 
Con. Smelting 94-1 - [Steep were steady from $4-$8.| setrosc. ‘The tormer merchant 
Dominion Foundries 29:1-2 |)" . C. E. Sexsmith, with his 
Dominion Stores 26B samt, have mcved to Cobourg, 
Fanny nm . 
Mr. and Mrs. A, Newton of 















sister, hirs 










Rochester, N.Y. Dec. 2 (AP) 
—The Canadian dollar sold 
here today at the lowest dis- 
count rate in 12 years. 

Local banks quoted the Can- 
adian dollar at 22 cents. In 
1935 it dipped a3 low as 22 per 













Peterborough. 













Massey Harris 17 a 
McColl-Frontenac 12 1-2B 
Steel of Canada 77 1-2B 
Walker's 26 1-2 























CPA, 21 ‘| cent discount. at least slightly as a result of th 
Banking cigcles sald Canada's y resu e 
NEW YORK untavorstic trade balance was |D¢W bwo-cents se abendegr 
US. Steel 76 responsible for the dyop. dicated today, but most of those 






















TORONTO STOCKS 
Toronto, Dec. 2 —(CP)—Steels. 
newsprints and utilities showed 
moderate improvement in the 
early session on the stock ex- 


termine the exact effect of 
new price. 











In District 
ad more than five per cent. 


ey eae tt 
MONTEAGLE AND HERSCHEL BRAKES BLAMED 





below yesterday's similar period.) Thomas Scott 174. 

gaine Councillors — Elmer Robinson 
advance of $2 but nearly alt in| 165; Lioyd Robinson 155; Patrick 
the group trading added fractions. Fitzgerald 131; George Miles 121, 









easing mechanization of routine 

necons and the ie 

~ ; nt of a group of routine organi- 

For more Hon officers whose duty It was 

# assist branches in simplifying 
from improving their operations. 

ig to the volume of for- 

nm trade in the last year, Mr. 

tdner reported that importers 

exporters have made increas- 

: ; use of the bank's facilities, 

i‘ ile the demand for travel funds 

Bedi foreign remittances has also 

n greater. 
























Ts 
ill 


celled facilities for conducting 
be assisted ia 5 ir import and export trade. 


und Financing Needed 


efetring - to oe ancreese in 
wing for cap urposes, 
. Gardner einphasized the im- 
nce of maintaining in cor- 





peal 


te structures, a reasonable re- 


onship between equity capital 

is ‘ a. borrowed money. This, he 
: fe , applied particularly to con- 

~ it had been. expanding 


ah of the necees : ve ' 

pes orous and hea. flow of! 
YAEL CIEL CCAM ATU )(eSM flty funds Into industry Is 

d mem fation policy which makes in- 

5 ment of risk capital both pos- 

e and worthwhile,” Mr. Gard- 

pointed out. “In this connec- 


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Foster No, 1 ....se00+ 


truckers and at Hull unchang- | Lazier stopped off to visit her Foster No. 2 .....++ 


ed, $22.75 delivered while un- -jdaughler, Mrs. Frank Bush, in 
quoted off truck, in markets re- | Port Hope, on ker way home, * 
porting this morning. The Women’s Institute supper 
and bazaar were well attended on 
TORONTO LIVESTOCK Wedne-day evening and the pro-| 
Toronto, Dec. 2 (CP) — Cattle| ceeds amounted to over $100.00. 
rices were firm at Moaday’s ad-] Someth-ng new in the way of en- 
vances in (tne livestock market|tertainment were the tricks of 
up to mid-session here today. Cal-| magic put on by the popular ma- 
ves, hogs, sheep and lambs all gician from Beileville, Mr. Foz- 


hee A number of families enjoyed 
$04, calves 400, hogs 6X sheep the oysier supper in the Orange 
Butcher steers and - heifers Hall, Shannonvlle, on Friday 


Bleecker No. 12 . 
Bleecker No, 13 ....... 
Bleecker No, 14 . 
Coleman No. 15 ...-...0s- 
Coleman No. 16 .....+-+++ 
Coleman No, 17A ...6.0+- 
Coleman No. 17B .......- 
Murney No. 1BA ....-.++. 
Murney No. 18B ...ceenee 
Murney No. 190A .....s000 
Murney No, 19B ....-++-- 
Murney No. 20 ....ssee0e 


dreaweight with fed yearlings at Pg Plan dapenecse, 


14-$16. Butcher cows brought) \ith Mr. and Mrs. R. Macfar- 


$5-16 cwt. Bologna bulls were} Mr. cnd Mrs. E. Pascoe Jr, 
$7-$9 with good butcher bulls: attended the funeral of the late 
bringing up to $10.75. Wm. White, of Roslin, on Thurs- 


Murney No. 22 
Murney No. 23 


TORONTO for choice with plain beavies Mr. and Mrs. Grant McLaren 

ephone down to$10 cwt.Grassers br: nave en up £ ence “the 

3B. On 22 He $9-$9.50. #} west part of the home of Mr, 
37-8 = Hogs were steady at $23 for and Mrs. A. W. McLaren. 


Mrs. Clayton Osborne has re- 


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FOR PUBLIC UTILITIES 
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FOR MAYOR 


Follwell Storey 
Advance Poll ..... 
Foster No.1 ....-. 
Foster No.2 ...... 





Peterborough, v.sited the latter’s 

. K. Macfarlane, on 
Sunday, Mrs, R. McMechan re- 
turned to spend the winter with 
ner daughter, Mrs. Newton, in| Samson No. 5A... 
Samson No, 5B ... 
Ketcheson No. 6 .. 
Ketcheson No. 7 .. 
Ketcheson No. 8B .. 
Baldwin No, 9 .... 


DROP IN SALES EXPECTED 
Toronto, Dec.~2 (CP)—Toronto 
milk sales were cxpected to drop 








polled added that it would take 
two or three morse days to = 






Bleecker No, 12... 
Bleecker No. 13 ... 
Bleecker No. 14... 
Coleman No, 15... 
Coleman No. 16 ... 
Coleman No. 17A . 
Coleman No, 17B . 
Murney No, 18A .. 
Murney No. 16B .. 


Murney No. 19A .. 
Murney No, 19B .. 
Murney No. 20 ... 
Murney No. 21 ... 


Murney No, 23 neni 
Totals .....+++..2184 


Some dairy officials felt that 
the new price of }8 cents a quart 
would have a negiigible effect on 
total sales. At the most, the de- 
crease was not expected to be 








Reeve, Joseph Davis, 1953] seattte, Dec. 2 — (AP) — Hy 
draulic prakes that failed to hold 
were blamed yesterday by Pilot 
James E. Farris, 37, of Seattle, 
for the Alaska Airlines transport 
plane crash at the Seattle-Tacoma 
airport Sunday which resulted in 
the death of eight persons. Two 
,others are in critical condition. 









patchy, cold fog overlay most of 
the British Isles. Mon., stopping 
air services, delaying trains as 
much as an hour snd trapping 
motorists who attempted to use 
the last drops of their withdrawn 
gasoline ration on weekend trips. 

A railway worker was killed by 
an express train and more than a 
dozen persons were injured in 
bus and automobile accidents in 






















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Advance Poll ..... 62 
Foster No. 1 ...... 101 
Foster No.2 ...... 102 


Samson No.3..... 68 
Samson No. 4 ..... 135 
Samson No, 5A... 72 


Samson No. SB... 67 
Ketcheson No.6... 73 
Ketchesgon No. 7... 105 
Ketcheson No. 8 .. 141 
Baldwin No.9.... 53 
Baldwin No. 10A . 76 
Baldwin No, 10B . 65 
Baldwin No, 11A . 79 
Baldwin No. 11B . 50 
Bleecker No.12... 34 
Bleecker No. 13... 79 
Bleecker No. 14... 72 
Coleman No. 15... 110 
Coleman No. 16 ... 124 
Coleman No, 17A . 
Coleman No. 17B. 75 
Murney No, 18A.. 81 
Murney No. 18B .. 44 
Murney No. 119A ., 79 
Murney No, 19B.. 78 


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Murney No. 21 .... 101 
Murney No. 22.... 68 
Murney No, 23.... 99 


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year. 
The mayoral contest provided the most 












































ulation of the public as to the probable out- 
coms.of the fight for the mayor's office. 
Mayor Follwell received 2,184 votes but his 

ent-received 2,980 for a majority of 
796. During the course. of the counting of 


4 the votes, the Mayor-elect steadily ad- 
| vanced his majority, never being headed 
ay by the present occupant in office. Analysis 


of the polling shows that Mr. Storey led in 
22 of the 30 voting subdivisions. 
- Closest competition of all was for the 
-\ > public Utilities Commission. Commissioner 










ep rate got, 
“erhe fact is no better case 


found for the that Man 
mun 


with ‘The Insect. Subversive 
from within the berry. Full 
ians invade the bogs 


exciting feature of the day’s voting, Mayor-| 1943, 
being a newcomer to | gomery’s Eighth 


cae is a steady 


life-and-death struggle 
larvae bore 

-grown barbar- 
as often as eight times 
different ‘tecliniqués for 










One of the dramatic moments of the 
Second World War. occurred 6n Jan. 19, 
“when patrols from General Mont- 
Army came up with a 
! column which had ad- 


as Mayor after three years spent as an ald-|Te Clerc, adhering to the de Gaulle govern- 
erman together with the fact that Mr. | ment in exile, 
Storey had never competed for local office |white men and a larger force of native 
contributed’ much of the interest and spec-| Africans and 







made this tremendous march 
across the desert. In the final North Afri- 
can campaign he moved into Tunisia on 
Montgomery’s left flank, and in the year 
of victory he led an armored. division in 
Normandy and escorted de Gaulle into |: interest to the calldren. Mr. D. Ewart of Ottawa, chfef | Chamberlain and candidate Doug-| death is this: If the burner pro- 
Paris. His military operations were on a 
small scale in a tremendous war, but the 
first of them came at a. time when they 
were of incalculable value in arousing hope 
and fighting spirit in France. 

Later, as France, liberated, 8 lit into 
warring parties, Le Clerc was a figure in 20 YEARS AGO M. Snider, Hillside Street. 


the. controversy that around de 


ing}—it is stupid to assume: ; 
is in dangerous ‘earbon d 
-|in the air just becatise’ you.cin’t . 
























Want you to know that the car- 


-LOOKING BACKWARDS : recomngied epiely cued 
GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF BY-GONE YEARS. ee ery vy Ad roe tac application a hurt terribly for there, 
open 


nent. F Mrs BE. W.A) °° °F 
With 20 polls heard from Mayor : Rae 

Elect Storey had a majority 
406 over Foliwell and he doubled 
this in the next’/ten subdivisions. 


* 
















“ 20 YEARS AGO Christmas tree en’ 
will soon be in full swing. 
DEC. 2ND., 1937, 


At the annual meeting of the 40 YEARS AGO 
aati “Sees | DRE ND. te 
a S) ing : : 
officers were elected for the en- Citizens will be pleased to 
suing year: President M. C. | learn that the rolling mills wut - 
Burgess; Vice President, Harold not be shut ‘down entirely as at 
Holton; Secretary Treasurer, 8. | first supposed. Mr. Wardrope, 
R Burrows: Executive Commit- | one of the officials, informs us 
tee, George Cole, George Reld, that the horseshoe mill will 
Frank Hinchey and S, Burrows. start in a few days. 
The story dour for young Mr. John Sallantyne of 
school children, under the ead visiting his parents in 
e '. 
wae bs ecamusien econ Mr. C. E. Cameron returned 
Mternoon at the Corby Public | te Toronto today after visiting 
Library. The class {s of much | friends here. 


tertainmenta 









Answer—Thank’ you. On writ- 
ten request (no clipping, please) 
phyxia..." any reader who provides stamp- 

Luckily the lady lived to tell] ed self addressed envelope may 
the story. P have the pamphlet on Pruritus — 
The first moral to draw from| ($1.50 word for itching, especial- 
ly ae “ without spparent 
cause. 






































M. D. versus D. O. 


Please explain the difference 
between an M. D. and D. O. Prob- 
ably a good many people do not 
understand — they think any one 
who calls himself “Doctor” must 
have been authorized by the 
“authorities” to do so. 

(Miss C. F. ML) 







heater is safe to use in bathroom 
or bedroom without such venti- 
lation. 

The second moral to draw from 
Mrs. Id! Otic’s stupld gamble with 
































runner-up but lost out as the fin- 
al returns came in. A margin of 
two votes separated Alderman 












Mr. G. A. C. Weir, manager | architect for the Dominion | las Bews who finished in 9th and| duces enough carbon monoxide to 
of the local branch of the Bank | Government, mace an Inspec | 10th places respectively. bring the concentration up to 3 
of Montreal, has announced his | tion recently of the wore su And there was plenty of elec-| parts of the deadly gas in a thou- 
Intention to donate a gold medal | far done in the bullding of the | toral interest in the elections. In-| sand parts of alr, breathing the 
annually to the student making local armouries. He ts well-| dicative of this, in conjunction| alr man mean death unless res- 
the highest marks in the grad- | Pleased with the progress made. cue ds prompt. 

uating class in the commerciat | | The Misses Lucy and Kather- Alr containing a dangerous am- 
form at the high school. ine Gillette of Little Falls, N.Y. ount of carbon monoxide may 
arp visiting their aunt, Mre. HL have no noticeable odor. It is not 


A same G 
the carbon monoxide that — tions and all should work togeth- 
























with other instances, was the fact 
that one voter called the editorial 
rooms of this newspaper as early 
as four o'clock in the afternoon, 
requesting information on the a 
standing of the mayoral candi-| the “sickly: fumes 






























2}: Rusgsell Wotten was victor by 5! votes in a 
4 total poll of 5,013, his opponent belng Ex-|Gaulle. Perhaps this political storm will be DEC. IND. 1837. 50 YEARS AGO dates mentions but other and compar er It i upd to attempt to dag= 
i le -} ative com nm disease aie 
Mayor Harry Rollins. This contest was |forgotten now, for the famous desert fight-| y Dt. Bates Miss ot he eet DEC. 2ND. 1897, trae oftices of City Clerk Wihe| ducts Tt is therefore stupld | (1 


keen all the way to the final tabulation. 
i Additional interest in the contest for the 
4 eouncil’ is’ seen in the large number of 
eighteen seekers for the’ severt aldermanic 
seats. Three newcomers made high runs 
for the office. Alderman H. John Allin led 
the poll to be followed by Urias (Sandy) 

















| 


were very close the six men elected for 
second to seventh places were bunched 
together in the final results, only: 419 votes 
marking the second from the seventh place. 
Following fairly close. on the successful 
seekers for the aldermanic seats were most 
of the other candidates. Among the defeat- 
ed were Everett Liddle in eighth position, 
| ‘ Alderman Fred Chamberlain ninth and 
| Douglas Bews, tenth, and Alderman Wil- 

A liam Harvey, who has spent many years in 

: the Board of Education and in the Council, 
in eleventh place. The other candidates in 
the losing column were Harry Knott, Frank 
Smith Arthur C, Cole, Arthur Keegan, 
Thomas Rees, isaac Stephenson .,and 

_ Jeuel Bentley. . 

In the Board af Education there was @ 
spirited competition with 2,653 votes going 
to Harold Seldon, present trustee who led 
the poll. Dr. Austin Walters ran second in 
his first contest for office, while Miss Jose- 
phine Tickell, a present trustee, was third. 
In the fourth seat to be filled in the board 
for 1948 will be Arthur Burke of Belleville, 
a former Sidney township resident and 
reeve of the township, of long municipal 
experience. Frank Creeggan, who had fill- 
ed an unexpired term, was in fifth place 
and therefore failed to be elected. 

: “The voters who turned out to roll up the 
highest totals on record made a commend- 
able showing - in their interest . in civic 
affairs.’ There are a number of reasons for 
‘'this unusual interest, the spirited rivalry 
of the contestants, the impressive develop- 
ment of Belleville industrially, and the in- 
crease in the city’s population during the 
war years and since. This enthusiasm Jn 























































is inspiring to those who have been re- 
elected to office and those who enter upon 
these ‘official duties for the first time as 
well as to those who have served the muni- 
cipality up to this time. 7 ; 
In the proportion of the~ number - of 
yoters ‘exercising their franchise, Belleyille 
can take pride and look forward to still 
futther and continued interest in the pro- 
gress and administration of the city. 






Cranberries; - With Honor 
- Beforp succumbing to the human appe- 
tite the cranberry runs a gauntlet of slings 
and arrows that would long since have dis- 
couraged a berry less hardy.. Two hungry 


. 


enemy action were 
with those who fought 3 
on sea orin the air, ge: 
were moved by the same sensaof duty and| As early as 1861 Henry Hartley 
devotion. They belong, reporters and |devised a pressure pipeline that | ister of natural rubber. 
fighting men, in the same roll of honor— 

Ottawa Journal — a 





municipal matters {s a healthy sign, and| - 


er, one of the victims of an airplane acci-| rece ith friends in Par! Navigation is closed on tne 
dent, lies dead in the Sahara sands, What Onaris and Toronto. in Paris, | pay of Quinte. The steamer 
will be remembered will be that Jacques re Zohn Cook and deushtet: | Deseronto this morning, but 
Le Clere, faced with'a choice between @| home from Chicago, Ill, where after breaking ice for several 
base compromise and an almost hopeless they visited friends. obese miles, turned back. The Varuna 
Ay eal i nobler course—New | 0 20s Cauiey of Detroit, | the bay. It may be of interest 












A Book of Honor 


In the London Press Club there has becn 
unveiled a Book of Honor containing the 
names of 420 journalists of Britain, the 
Dominions and the colonies who lost their 
lites in World War Il. It includes the 
names of 27 Canadians. 

Many of these men were wat correspond- 
ents. No other*war ever was reported so 
swiftly and with so much competence, but 
to perform this most important public ser- 
vice the correspondents shared the risks of 
the combatants — without the satisfaction 
of fighting back—and the casualties among used? 
them were heavy: . 

Correspondents who lost their lives by 
casualties equally |w 


d died on land, | 
man, LL “modified solids,” such as powd- 









oracles; his heart is as far from fraud, 
heaven from earth.—Shakespeare. 





JUST FOLKS 


By EDGAR A. GUEST 
(Copyright, 1947, Edgar A, Guest) 


EXCUSE MAKER 





The dullest man can think up in the 
twinkling of an eye, © 

When he’s asked to lend assistance, 
why the call he must deny. 

He can rattle off excuses for not dcing 
what he should, 

And he’ll add he’s very sorry, for he 
wishes that he could. 


The maker of excuses seldom wonders 
if he can. 

He will answer very promptly, he’s a 
very busy man. 

He has all the reasons ready why he 
cannot Iend a hand.. : 

He is always most regretful, and he 

- hopes you'll understand. 


The useful man is different. He may 
- haye’excuses good, 
But he hesitates to tell them if he 
thinks ‘that help he shouid. 
And, he may be very busy and be 
often out of town, 


But if the cause be worthy he will 


never turn it down. 











seem fond of the word, don't 1? 
But N. Webster tells me it is the 
word for wanting in understand- 






doors shortly after seven o'clock, 





as aldermen, candidates and in- 
terested voters thronged and 


Copyright, 1947, 
- by John F. Dille Co. 
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Ella Ross started out from 




















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returns, . i 

largest crowd to great successful mented staff 

Corridors Crowded election candidates seen here in| wntil eleven-thirly and calls did 
Fig igh rag tro Pegs Wanother hive af activity was ater that tine. Busy awe 
s 2 ied with er te. They the editorials room of this news- young ladies of the 
mille a owes tate apap oa of |Paper. A battery of telephones Company here who did a 
ilce and the ccuncil chamber. Toarces of the curious pene Se) = is estimated that 
Some siood outside. Others with information regarding the out- of calls received ran 
come of the election. An aug-| the thousands. 


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Mich, are the guests.ef Mrs. S. | to our readers to know the 
M. Gilbert herc. dates of the closing of naviga- 
| Under the auzpices of the On- | tion for the past few years, 1891, 
{azio Department of Agriculture Dec. Sist; 1892, Dec. ist; 1893, 
zn instruction car will be in the Nov. 29th; 1894, Dec. Ist, 1895, 
city cn Dec. Sth. and the in- Dec. 3rd.; 1896, Dec. 2nd. This 
stcucte:s will address a yest 2 Laveraats the date being 
and cihers on matters relative. 
to -« -iculture. There will be in- Mr. R. S. Bell is spending @ 
teresting exhibits. few days in Torcnto. 






























































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“ame ONTARIO INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, peckmnen 2,147, § 

Mr. Donald Garattsee and party] ford, were Monday guests of Miss 
arrived ‘home<*from the north] A. Johnson and Mr. Join Johnson, 
country on Wednesday: also Mr... and Mrs. Fred\:Chase F 

Women's Institute met at the| spent a recent evening: at\ the ‘ 









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| Spinney sald shat, at the present ; Allan Mills 
time, “even most lent pro- aS ty : i mere 2: ‘ : 
ponent of compensatory. public ? : a eeee,..| Allan Mills:— Mrs. Froud Bar- 

*| spending would, I think,’ agree ae , wee | bum and Mrs. A. Watson spent 2] home of - Mrs. Ray Jackson on| same home. entrar: 

}that we have arrived at one’ of] EXte® . xf y eS: few days as the guests of Mr. and Friday evening with a good at-| Mr. and° Mrs. Everett McDon- 
those points in the economic cycle 8 . Ries (yes | Mrs. Albert Case, of Toronto. tendance. ; \ ald, Mrs. W. Booth and Mrs. J. 

where old-fashioned virtues of} % ates te ees ont <3 a Messrs. Haroid and Allan Ruth-| yrs Harry Chase.and Mrs. Alex! LaRue spent Thursday in’ Belle- 

frugality are thoroughly consist- AS Night erford spent Thursday in Col-| nottray were Wednesday. dinner | ville. cigs yee 

ent with the dictates of the most i k : . t . borne. guests of Mrs. Thos. Alexander. |° ~The annual bazaar sponsored 

advanced jeconemior theory:a7he [2 § ; cap : ; Messrs. Chester Irvin and Har-| “swiss Ida Morden, of Piston, is| by the three groups of the wom- 


course now indicated is the diffi- old Simpson have returned home few days with Mrs.| en's Association, on Friday of last 
.{ cult and more courageous route of from deer hunting. ‘ Fe aes. . week, in the Masonite” Hall at 


remorseless ‘elimination of) lux- -Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, of Frank- | Consecon, was'a decided success. 














































. ~ Rag ; j , ? = e |. Mr. and Mrs. ‘Floyd Simpson 
uries of governmental expendi-|' S\°SASaa = ey and Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Thomp- 
ture, which represent an unneces- bare he ee ss son and Jack List visRed : Miss}: 

|| 22ry demand on the taxpayer and|' © AON . aS Hs: $ Gwen Rutherford, of Colborne, 
on our productive resources.” ~ e 3a ; j on Friday evening. 

pavoting | ast Dente ob Montrest SA) ous Several from this vicinity at- 

posh had £6 by 91 percent oe ? eo | tended the W. A. Bazaar sponsor- 

merce hthe 08 | of tas wat, ME: ed ‘by the. United Church of 
ee ne nairand Springbrook on Wednesday af- 
adjustment during which banks ternoon. The ladies served after- 

been resum: rmal noon tea,-and the projeet was a 

had ing their no: Jecided a 

eit ks SF ae “Mr and Mrs.- Reg. McGee of] 

chases Sterner Wellman’s Corners were guests 

Constructive Credit Policy ; of Mr. and Mrs, 2 8. McKeown. 

” , a . and ‘as. Gibson were 
~I am satisfied,” ‘he continued, : ¢ ae rete Mare ana Mrs. Walter 

wthat this bank has been, and is UF 33 © ee 4 tp # | Reid, of Minto on Friday evening. 

now, actively pursuing a liberal) HRM ES SAS See Dr. E. Ar-Cerleton pald his 
and constructive credit policy in are Ye Ae last visit to the public schools 
the broadest and best sense of Ne , Bee in this vicinity this week, for the 
these terms,:But, as I endeavored j P ts : ie wat S| giving of serums against diphth- 

; nd whooping 
to emphasize last year, it is cer- eria, smallpox a { 

tainly not.a part of such a policy cough. 


F< Z 5 ee ; . . : ; 

} . to encourage a business or an in- B teeta | , * Mr. and. Mrs, E. Heath and Me. 
dividual to get'into debt for ill- a ; ; r m4 Fe and Mrs. M. Shortt visited Mr. 
considered expansion or for any| # a r ne , |and Mrs. V. Heath of Stirling on 


other purpose in conflict) with : ro Sunday. fs 


en — s octoged ae practice, N 4 Nea a a & : 
& ly by a continu! concern . > q ‘ , 
_ OdyS Sell-IMposed Restraint (Sizer: Nee ee / non max scuo0t 


Purposes can our responsibilities 


- Needed To Fight Hi IPPC |e deeston nek crscers| PMR Nea RM [2s Sian ont Sea 
: ers, de ‘ors ers, ~ i Sat Rar ¥ * 
a ee e 0 Ig t igh rices but I should add with special em- Q ae oa : : money when they broke into the 





































































George W. Spinney, C.M.G. President, and B. C. Gardner, M.C., 
Vice-President and General Manager, who addressed shareholders 
* ©-at the Bank of Montreal's 130th annual meeting. ‘ 















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“who eas NABISCO 








hasis, high school early yesterday. Po- 
Shole. siialleicpteanidaat ee Hang today kay ae the 
“It is at ” robbers used a ladder to gain en- 
‘a ae aa ‘that i trance through a window 15 feet 
practical value of the highly per- above the ground. 

sonal relationship between banker 








- George Spinney Also Asks For Immediate Selective 
: Immigration Policy For Canada 
a 








The pilot of this two-seat training plane, owned by the 
Cape Breton, N.S., Flying Club, found himself in an em- 
burrassing position when his plane settled gracefully on 


































































and customer becomes most fully/ the treetops near Reserve flying field. The plane was-only Consecon 
- B. C. GARDNER, GENERAL MANAGER REPURTS |2pparent. Every situation has its) slightly damaged during the routine take-off and the pilot 
_ Bof M DEPOSINORS NOW OVER 1,600,000; each ‘one. intangible. factors. of | ot down from his lofty perch unhurt. wConsecon — Mr. and Mrs. Karl 
; CAUTIONS BUSINESS ON FINANCING ; character and personal knowledge gg as gr ge PM eal of Hi there! It's Judy on the air... for Judy’s a radio act- 


Montreal, Dec. 2.—“Self-imposed restraint from charging what the 
+ traffic will bear, either for goods or the skill required to produce them, 


>is as necessary, as practical and as prudent as fire insu bureaucracy than banking,” he new equity investment, has en-|ing of a public exhibition of Prin-| Jy. St. Clair Shores, Michigan, 
; H >in 4 a caccctar” In the words, Geacee. Suleace sald, couraged a substitution of borrow-| cess Elizabeth's wedding gifts, | @nd also Mr. Charles ©. Rattray 
of the Bank of M 1, Monday : BS Spianey. ed money for shareholders funds} In London, vsibility varied be-|#"d family, Dearborn, Michigan. 
° ontreal, 1 londay emphasized the need ofa Immediate Immigration in existing capitalizations, prin-|tween five and 25 yards. Icy| Mrs. Brudetta Alyea is ill in 
a sense of Tesponsibi ity among. all influential Broups in} Touching on our unbalanced|‘!pally because of the fact that| roads added to the hazards. Prince Edward County Hospital, 
the ‘community for the implications of their ‘policies in relation to trading relationships. Mr, Spinney | Mterest is deductible as a prior} With thousands of motorists de-| Picton. 
the behavior of price and living costs. suggested that Canada should for- | Charge before arriving at taxable! prived of the “basic” gasoline ra.| Mr. and Mrs, Stanley Herring- 
Speaking at the bank's 130th cibly direct her attention to ways|!ncome. While this Is an under-|tion under a government auster-| ton and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bur- 
annual meeting, Mr. Spinney said| urgently, needed housing at prices | 2" means of shaping a more bal-| standable development from aj ity move, “priority” drivers gave| ley were at Stirling on Sunday 













ress. “In my work I need lots of energy... healthy nerves,” 
she says, “so I start the day with husky Nabisco 
Shredded Wheat!” And ‘you'll like it, too! Nabisco 
Shredded Wheat is made from nature’s favourite 
grain — whole wheat. It contains vital food elements we 
need. So digestible! So nourishing! So tasty! Nabisco 
Shredded Wheat is the original Niagara Falls product. 
Try whole wheat cereal for breakfast. 
Eat Nabisco Shredded Wheat 
every day. 


given duc weight.” 
“1 know of no business less 
fitted to the routine techniques of 


sons queued for as long as four}, Mr. W. B. Rattray returned 
hours in front of St. James’ Pal-| home on Tuesday from a visit at 
ace, awalting the 10 a.m. open- the home of Mr. R. Collins’ fam- 


tion,” he went on, “it may be sald 
that the high taxation of recent 
years, in addition to discouraging 











































































































L-restrai. t ced thus taxation standpoint, it has in/1ifts to many but many re jam- | afternoon. Boked by The 
cscs and conte ia: a “aafegusrd ee re wen aaere be Te It | this nation’s dependence on, and | M&2Y, pstanees por he Sitectict med commnuiers! alae, 2 Mr. and Mrs Rae Datoe and CANADIAN SHREDDED 

je real value of all ac- ‘In ucing an undesirable ele-\ trains have been ung less fre-| friends, of Belleville, were visit- WHEAT COMPANY, LTD. 
that no group, representative of | vulnerability to, influences beyond = running less fre 3 
labor or industry and responsible| fomuiated savings in monctary | her control. ment of rigidity in corporate fin 


quently than usual because of the| Ors of Mrs. Albert Dafoe and Mr. 


form, eating away at the hard- NIAGARA FALLS, CANADA 









“To put the matter bluntly,” he ; 27clal structures. 


declared, “Canadians are at this | Working Capital Needed : 





















































































































































HAVE>YOU TRIED OUR 
SHIRT SERVICE? 












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ant New York agency for the 
| past three years, brings to his 
new post a broad experience in 
banking, Just past his - fiftieth 
























prices are high! 













f Do you wince at every price tag? sea 






Do you worry about making ends meet? 






for shaping policies that bear on| won’ rewards of foresig’a and necessity for especially careful| and Mrs. Arthur Bowen on Sun- 
continued well-being, apart en- spared the hardships of violent in- | OW level of existence, many of! “I also feel," he continued, {hind schedule. Scottish express-| Of Baltimore, Ont. were Sunday 
collective welfare of the quences of a gradual depreciation | °F, themselves in this country in| concerns are attempting to do aj Sleet or snow was expected in| Mrs. Dora Blakely is spending 
vantages of a dependable stand. time when Canada should press) sources. While I do not suggest LONG YULE HOLIAY Mrs. Nina Stapleton and Mrs. 
“Such a policy must be vigorous,| that wher the physical volume of} Many Brantford stores will close 
: standpoint of occupation and fit-| adequate working capital should according to a unanimous decis- 
="GR. Ball General Manager B of M Spinney continued, “will be of im-! high level of taxation limits the 
pointment of Gordon R. Ball as industrial capacity, both exten-| In’ his closing remarks, Mr. 
instabilities that are the Inevitable| turned veterans on the ,staff re-| ’ 
ner, who becomes executive vice 
over-dependence on external! engaged since the war were also| 
Sodliginne fauna. General Manager's Address | ployees who comprise some 56 per 
high In number of B. of M. deposit; Ments “relating to the develop- 
009,000, he added, as compared| tinuous and careful study,” Mr. 
career 33 years ago as a As further evidence \of the |Quired more care and considera- 
bank had opened 28 branches and . 
Raat cies, at as eet 3 Tieieiee tens akuvety eest:| COld Fog Overlies 
fod at Kingston, Ont, he ‘was DUO ahiEe cel etre ante ae British Isles No wonder! For the cost of living 


© prices and costs can afford to ig- “fog services.” day, 
price in the interests of thelr ie bag we in Canada have bee, oment ‘helping to support, at a Main line trains were far be-| Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hannah, 
tirely from broader no l ” . these people who could be and/“there may be some danger that}es arriving in Euston were more| visitors of the latter's parents, 
important ph tersaet havin of tbe -scea ther’ Sten at (ime have] should be carving out a fuller life/under present conditions some|than an hour late. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Alyea. 
! which there are far toc many/ larger volume of business than is}many parts by nightfall. some time at the home of Dr, B. 
nd “ ba athe eine ae empty spaces. If ever there was al warranted by their capital re- pee agin Weeks and Mrs. F. Terry. 
forward with an immigration pro-| that this development has reached Katharine Irvi both on the 
house. Water nenee terms of a stable | foun? that time is now,” he sald.| alarming proportions, I do feel] Brantford, Dec. 2 — (CP) — tee Wat thin, seek . 
mily budget. It enorm: com- | Less Government Spending imaginative, and it goes without; business is substantially larger} from Wednesday evening, Dec. 
om Regret pipes Emphasizing the need for re-|saying, highly selective from the! and prices are higher, the need for) 24, to Monday morning, a 29, 
picates the problem of providing! Emphasizing 
ness for citizenship. be kept actively In mind. This Is} jon reached 
“An influx of new skills,” Mr.! particularly true as long as the leading merchants todan® of 25 
pa ES ————— _| measurable ald in bringing about! amount of profits that can be re- 
Montreal, December 2 — Ap- the further development of our| tained in the business.” 
sively and intensively, and thus; Gardner paid warm tribute to the 
Sicctseilabeeede jer of ate re helping to overcome some of the’ staff. Noting that numerous re- 
fon’ su iz . Gard- 
consequente of our present rela-| ready occupled important posts, | 
president was announced by Geo. tively small home market and our| he added that many new entrants/ 
W. Spinney, president of the trade.” veterans. Mr. Gardner paid spe- 
i cial tribute to the women eed 
{cent of the total staff. 
gimtcal einer speriad a near “The organization and arrange- | 
.|ment, the progress and the wel- 
Don eal Geneaite ware ai vane face of our staff are under con- 
.| Gardner said. “I know of no fea- 
year, the new general manage 1 viotis pean 000 for the pre-| tire of our business that has re- 
of Canada’s senior ban! gan \ “0 
, bank's expanding post-war activ-| lon over the past year. 
Fee eee weiedtoal ity, Mr. Gardner noted that the Se a 
asa private in the Canadian Field er increase In bank personnel 
Artillery. After a brief training J which grew from 8,400 in 1946 to 
cal year. He referred to the bank's 
mie he went so Brance At ie staff training program, the in- 
lorcemen 





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creasing mechanization of routine; London, “Dec. 2 (CP) — A||<new again .. just send them . . 1: f 
CPA. vist coviicn: Etelee signa}. GORDON RB. BALL transactions, and the establish-| patchy, cold fog overlay most off] to us and we'll guarantee But prices would be even. higher [isi 
man and T as-an o Ever | ment of a group of routine organi-|ihe British Isles. Mon., stopping ” hiy pl spice ee naps ee 
saw considerable active service.| i. Canada were spent in British {Zation officers whose duty It was] air services, delaying’ trains as|| ¥°U will be thoroughly pleas- if it wasn’t for the fact that millions of / | 
hg wounded, he was awarded | Coumbia—then very much in|‘ assist branches in simplifying| much as an hour sed trapping|| ed with the quality and : ; oN | 
a Military Medal for bravery,| the Sioncering stage of Ite devel-(2nd improving their operations. | motorists who attempted to usel| service. ~ dollars invested and saved by 
L d was discharged in November opment. His first managerial ap-: Turning to the volume of for-/ the last drops of their withdrawn a f 
19, with the rank of Corporal. | rointment came when be was 26.2180 trade in the last year, Mr. gasoline ration on weekend trips. : Canadians do not compete with other 
. While in New York, Mr, Ball —at Trail, BC. Gardner reported that importers}" 4 railway worker was killed by|| pp ES S SHIRTS A ¢ ‘ 
| has always taken an active part)" x6, Gardner, also, has had a 20% exporters have made increas-| 5, express train and more than a dollars to buy consumer goods that. 
.in Canadian affairs there. He is} | “gissi7 ulshed milita ‘ad 2 ing use of the bank’s facilities, dozen persons: were injured in SPECIALTY H . 
first vice president of the Cana- 1 ry Career. while the demand for travel funds b d it idents in are still scarce. ri 
| @ian Society of New York, past| if) began at -the eutbreak of hos- and foreign remittances has, also| DUS 2nd automobile’ acciden ¥ . 
Fe es in . Commissioned as : ; . . 
Gt’ New York, and « member of Pr atenany nthe Gverseas De-. “Through fis relationships with palenperatures fell to zero’ at]! Que Services Include .... The 250 million dollars placed cach year 
the British Empire Chamber of ment of the 79th (Winnipeg)  hanking correspondents in practl- Despite the woatt ! p cies . ° 
Commerce in the Untted States. Beeiaeat, Cameron Highlanders’ cajy all foreign countries, Mr. sP ie weather 300 per @ DEY CLEANING : in life insurance do not compete for 
3 I Vice tn Prone Saw extensive ser~ Gardner said that the B. of M. had @ DYEING - ' ees 
leaded C.B.A. fice in France. Twice wounded, found that dealing with long- @ RUG ang UPHOLSTERY scarce consumer goods, and in this way 
* Bie Seed Mr \Gatdnere e won e Military Cross for- established banks in their respec: You : CL G ; oe a : 
predecessor, Mr. conspicuous bravery in leading) tive countries enabled the bank to When Your aamATED are helping to stabilize Canada’s economy: 
mew executive vice president of|an attack at Avion, At the end of provide its customers’ with un- 4 @ REFRI ? : . 
the bank—who has just complet-/the war, Mr. Gardner held the|>xcelied facilince tr cusictns| Yes Are Tired GARMENT STORAGE > 
ed a‘ two year term as president| rank of Major and was second in | 


their import and export trade. 
Sound Financing Needed 
Referring to the increase in 


of the Canadian Bankers’ Associ- @ SHIRT SERVICE 
ation, was once—like Mr. Ball— 
first agent at the bank’s New 
- York office, That-was in 1934, 
‘following two years as_ second 


ra Major and wa By saving now, by keeping your life 
mmand o unit, 
To the newly created post of 
executive vice president of the 
pop ore vernal brings. out- borrowing for capital purposes, 
8! ing experience, in the varl- 
agent, ous fields of the B of M's opera- Mr. Gardner emphasized the im- 
‘| From New York he came tojtions, including  Newfoundland,|P0rtance of maintaining in cor- 4 4 
Montreal as assistant general} as well as the United States andj P0Tate structures, a reasonable re- ee cath, 
manager at the head office, a}Canada, while his services inj /atlonship between equity capital} Km — eater : 
position he held until 1942, when} community matters have included|®%@ borrowed money. This, he! gyps megpy Soothe and refresh them in 
Ke became the B of M’s general] active participation in the . af.|*#!¢, applied particularly to con-| seconds with two drops of safe, gentle 
manager. Two years later his re-| fairs of ‘the Canadian Chamber|°¢!™S that had been expanding] Murine in each eye. You get— 
‘sponsibilities were enlarged when| of Commerce, of the executive|*#Pidly and whose equity invest-| oii, sites instant foot 
he was made director of the bank| committee of which he ds a mem- ment had become proportionately treshed. Murine’s skilful blona of 7 in 
with the title of vice president] ber, and in ‘the activities of the small in relation to higher turn- gredients cleanses and soothes eyes that 
dnd general manager. Canadian Legion. He is a past|°VSt and increased fixed assets. | Soc tet eee ee or emecnire to 
Mr. Gardner, who was born in| president of the Sir Arthur Cur-|., CP® ecard Ae tions} sun, wind and dust 
fngland, came to Canada in 1906| rie branch of the Legion, a life of'a ‘vigorous.and healthy: Sow of 


@ the age of 22, after live years’| governor of the Montreal General equity funds into Industry is : MURINE ba 


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ng Company Limited in Bristol,| board of governors of Ridley Col- | Mewneng Of risk capital both pos- 


ner pointed out. “In this connec- 












aperience with Stuckey’s Bank-|Hospital, and a member of the|‘2*2t#0”, Policy which makes in- 
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Soe ioe oe Bedi fi’ tas hae Wik 
—~ THE ONTARIO INTELLIGENCER, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2,191, 
4 Mr. Donald Garattsee and party | ford, were Monday guests of Miss 
Allan Mills arrived “home -*from the north| A. Johnson and Mr. Jolin Johnson, - 
; : ‘.-__ | country on. Wednesday: also Mr. and Mrs.’ Fred Chase 
| a Allan Mills :— Mrs. Fred Bar-'! “women's Institute met at the| spent a recent evening: at= the 
hum and Mrs. A, Watson spent 2 home of Mrs. Ray Jackson on| same home. aaa 
few days as the guests of Mr. and|Priday evening’ with a good at-| Mr. and Mrs. Everett McDon- 
Mrs. Albert Case, of Toronto. tendance. ; i ald, Mrs. W. Booth and. Mrs. J. 
Messrs. Harold and Allan Ruth-| ‘yrs. Harry Chase and Prs. Alex | LaRue spent Thursday in’ Belle- 
friord spent Thursday in Col-| Rattray were Wednesday dinner| ville. at 
sis ie ‘ ests of Mrs. Thos, Alexander. 4 
Messrs. Chester Irvin and Har-| Nt Ta Morden, of ‘Picton, is| by the three groups of the wom- 
old Simpson have returnéd: home spending afew days with Mrs.| en's Association, on Friday of last’ << 
feen = ren oyd Simpson} Helen Spencer. t | week, in’ the apecter Hall at * 
and Mr: and Mrs. Gerald Thomp- Mr- and} il Bon, of Fi d hss rbd l ewe br 





































- The annual bazaar sponsored * 













that Bank of Montreal 
*} loans had increased by 91 per cent 
since the end of the 
Spinney 








noon tea,-and the projset was a 
decided success. 


Wellman’s Corners were guests 
of Mr. and Mrs, J, S. McKeown. 

Mr. and Mrs. Jas, Gibson were 
Saha edly tae 
Reid, of Minto on y eve 

Dr. E. A, Carleton paid Ee 
last visit to the public schools 
in this vicinity this week, for the 
giving of serums against diphth- 
eria, smallpox and whooping 
cough, 


Mr. and Mra. E. Heath and Mr. 
and Mrs. M. Shortt visited Mr. 


Constructive Credit Policy 


“I am satisfied,” he continued, 
“that this bank has been, and is 
now, actively pursuing a liberal 
and constructive credit policy in 


the broadest and best sense of 
these terms. But, as I endeavored 
to emphasize last year, | 


to encourage a business or an in- 
dividual’ to get Into debt for ill- 























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George W. Spinney, CM.G., President, and B.C. Gardner, MC. 
Vice-President and General Manager, who addressed shareholders 


"at the Bank of Montreal's 130th annual meeting. 
considered expansion or for any and Mrs. V. Heath of Stirling on 


- Bank of Montreal President other purpose in conflict with| ; : 4 . : 7 4 : 7 Sunday. : 
_ Says Self-Imposed Restraint 22223] MME PRR | worcarsccn 


Purposes can our responsibilities 


3 - s . a be fu 0 ry, ¥ f ha toe ae a | 23 ; Merritton, Dec. A I haces = = ; : 
Needed To Fight High Prices = BSS eas |e 12, aaa ga re aks 
. whole. ice said today they believed the 
Soe eee Ness “It is at a time like the present,” who eats NABISCO 


: Mr. Spinney added, “that the| q9 7He Pilot of this two-seat training plane, owned by the | ered,» Iadder to sain en- 
George Spinney Also Asks For Immediate Selective practical valwe of the highly per-| CApe Breton, N.S., Flying Club, found himself in an em- 
‘ Immigration Policy For Canada 
a 
Hi there! It’s Judy on the air... for Judy's a radio act- 
ress. “In my work I need lots of energy... healthy nerves,” 


: above the ground. 
sonal relationship between banker} burrassing position when his plane settled gracefully on 
B. C. GARDNER, GENERAL MANAGER REPORTS 
she says, “so I start the day with husky Nabisco 


and customer becomes most fully| the treetops near Reserve flying field. The plane was only 
Pepe pen Aap pto Ni slightly damaged during the routine take-off and the pilot 
B of M DEPOSITORS NOW OVER 1,600,000; | i 
CAUTIONS BUSINESS ON FINANCING 
Shredded Wheat!” And you'll like it, too! Nabisco 
Shredded Wheat is made from nature's favourite 


each one Intangible factors of} 80t down from his lofty perch unhurt. 
im 
grain — whole wheat. It contains vital food elements we 


character and personal knowledge 
Montreal, Dec, 2.—“Self- posed restraint from charging what the 
need. So digestible! So nourishing! So tasty! Nabisco 


arising out of long experience are 
fic will bear, either for goods or the skill required to produce them, 
Shredded Wheat is the original Niagara Falls product. 


given due weight.” tion,” he went on, “it may be said|sons queued for as Jong as four 
“I know of no business less|that the high taxation of recent|hours in front of St. James’ Pal-| home on Tuesday from a visit at 
is) a8 necessary, as practical and as prudent as fire insurance on a 
“in le structure.” In these words, George Spinney, 
Try whole wheat cereal for breakfast, 
Eat Nabisco Shredded Wheat 


fitted to the routine techniques of ' years, in addition to discouraging | ace, awaiting the 10 a.m. -| the home of Mr. R. Collins’ fam- 
it of the Bank of Montreal, Monday emphasized the need of a 
every day. 






































































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Consecon 


Consecon — Mr. and Mrs. Karl 
Woof spent Sunday as guests of 
Mr, and Mrs. H. J. Chase. 

Mr. W. B. Rattray returned 

























































































n: 
bureaucracy than banking.” he new equity Investment, has en-|ing of a public exhibition of Prin-| ly, St. Clair Shores, Michigan, 
said. couraged a substitution of borrow-/ cess Elizabeth's wedding gifts, = paths cnntes red 
MacmncAléte imaitepation ed money for shareholders funds} In London, vaibility varied be-| 2” ys Fn, gan. 

a sense of responsibility” among all influential groups in 
the community for the implications of their policies in relation to 
the behavior of price and living costs, 


in existing capitalizations, prin-|tween five and 25 yards. Icy| _ Mrs. Brudetta Alyea is ill in 
Speaking at the bank's 130th®—————_____ 
pinney said 












interest is deductible as a prior} With thousands of motorists de-| Picton. 
popes Es GarOssctestacla ne charge before arriving at taxable! prived of the “basic” cassia = Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Herring- 
cibly direct her attention to ways|/ncome. While this fs an under-/ tion under a government auster-| ton and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Bur- 
and means of shaping a more bal-| 5tandable development from aiity move, “priority” drivers gave| ley were at Stirling on Sunday 











Touching on our unbalanced|C!Pally because of the fact that| roads added to the hazards. Prince Edward County Hospital, 
urgently needed housing at prices 


























taxation standpoint, it has in/jlifts to b afternoon. Baked by The 

e thus’ it | many but many more jam- | 

ee pip = pay. It tae nations misentence ‘on, and | Any re an wn fffect of | med cometary trains, dees Mr. and Mrs. Rae Dafoe and CANADIAN SHREDDED } 
al value of all ac- in ucing an undesirable ele-| traj friends, of Belleville, were visit- a 
cumulated savings in monetary Pebigeadsres ad to, influences beyond | ment of rigidity in corporate fine | ns have been running less fre- n WHEAT COMPANY, LTD. 






form, eating away at the hard- oon * he | ancial structures. 
‘Oo put the matter bluntly,” he 
ae eee And | declared, “Canadians are at this! Working Capital Needed : ee) stg i 
rf mae ‘| moment helping to support, at a : “ain line trains were far be- 
While we in Canada have bee “I also feel." he continued, |hind schedule. — Scottish express- 


|low level of existence, many of 
paras p pareanins et joa e these people who could be and|“there may be some danger that} es arriving in Euston were more| visitors of the latter's parents, 
experienced enough of the cones should be carving out a fuller life! under Present conditions some|than an hour late, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Alyea. 
quences of a gradual depreciation | °F, themselves in this country in| concerns are attempting to do a| Sleet or snow was expected in| Mrs. Dora Blakely is spending 
larger volume of business than is/many parts by nightfall. some time at the home of Dr. B. 


Quently than usual because of the} Ors of Mrs. Albert Dafoe and Mr. 
necessity for especially careful 





IAGARA FALLS, CANADA 
and Mrs. Arthur Bowen on Sun- e 


day. 
Mr. and Mrs. Russel Hannah, 
of Baltimore, Ont. were Sunday 











































Of the internal purchasing power which there are far too many 


























paces. If ever there was aj warranted by their capital re- es Weeks and Mrs. F. Terry. 
of our. dollar to yearn for the ad- | ¢™PtY 51 ean 
; time when Canada should press} sources. While I do not suggest LON UL IDAY¥ . NI tapleton and Mrs. 
: ae fe Pa seae a aa ie | forward with an immigration pro-| that this development has reached NG YULE HOLIDAY rena sip cony 





Katharine Irvin are both on the! 


gram, that time is now,” he said.| alarming proportions, I do feel Brantford, Dec. 2 — (CP) —I sick list this week. 


“Such a policy must be vigorous,| that where the physical volume of Many Brantford stores will close 
imaginative, and it goes without] business is substantially larger) from Wednesday evening, Dec. 
saying, highly selective from the! and prices are higher, the need for 24, to Monday morning, Dec. 29, 
standpoint of occupation and fit-| adequate working capital should according to @ ‘i 


‘Ga ‘ forcitizenship. be kept actively in mind. This is unanimous decis- 
os; G.R. Ball-General Manager B of M "Stn influx of new skills,” Mr.| Oertebisnke woe os eke 6a the 


level of prices.” 


iP. 
ly budget. It enormously com-| Less Government Spending 
tes the problem of providing Emphasizing the need for re- 
ee CCE FOF TO 


































pen resend at a meeting of 235 
Spinney continued, “will be of Im-! high level of taxation limits the| 247 merchants today 


———. measurable ald in bringing about! amount of profits that can be re- 
Montreal, December 2 — Ap- the further development of our/ talned In the business.” 


pointment of Gordon R. Ball as industrial capacity,) both exten- In his closing remarks, Mr. } 
bank’s expanding post-war actiy-| tion over the past year.” 


general manager of the Bank of sively and intensiv and thus} Gardner paid warm tribute to the | 
hs Mr. Gardner noted that the 

Cold Fog Overlies 
E increase in bank personnel 


helping to overcome e of the) staff. Noting that numerous re-| 
Montreal, succeeding B.C.’ Gard- instabilities that are the inevitable} turned veterans on the staff al- 
ner, who becomes executive vice 
bank had opened 28 branches and 
sub-agencies during the year.- 
which grew from 8,400 in 1946 to o,° 
8,900 at the end of the current fis- riti Ss. es 
|eat year. He referred to the bank's! 
gtaff training program, the in- 


pra fad our present Hise Haga occupied important posts,} 
tively sma ome market and our} he added that many new entrants | 
Sr gris eS scuitentvat™ bd over-dependence on extern al) engaged since the war were also) 
2 inney, 

bank, following its 130th annual 

There had been a relatively great- 

creasing mechanization of routine) tondon, “Dec. 2 (CP) —A 
transactions, and the establish- patchy, cold fog overlay most of 
[ment of & group of routine organi-| sh. British Isles. Mon., stopping 


trade.” | veterans. Mr. Gardner paid spe- 
meeting here y 'e 
the bank’s key ex- 
zation officers whose duty it ne alr services, delaying trains as 











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HAVE YOU TRIED OUR 
SHIRT SERVICE? 
























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? 
So you think today’s 
prices are high! 
































M .| Gardner said, “I know of no fea- 
helo ae for’ the pre ture of our business that has re- 
As further evidence \of the !Quired more care and considera- 


year, the new general manager 
of Canada’s senior bank began 
_ his career 33 years ago as a 
junior at Perth, Ont. 
Mr, Ball who Is Belcan 
birth, was scarcely n 
Dakine when, at 18, he enlisted 
as a private in the Canadian Field 
Artill 
























Do you wifce al every price tag? 








Do you worry about making ends meet? 





No wonder! For the cost of living 










t and early in 
916 he went to France as a rein- 
“forcement to the: Third Battery 
CF.A. First Division. As a signal- 
man and later as an observer, he 
saw considerable active service. 


fay sd lwas the pioncering stage of its devel. (#24 improving their operations. 






has increased tremendously. 
Your Shirts can look like = y 


new again .. just send them 
to us and we'll guarantee 
you wil} be thoroughly pleas- 
ed with the quality and 
service. 


















GORDON &. BALE 


in Canada were nt in British 
Columbia—then wary. much in to assist branches in simplitying 







But prices would be even higher 





>. cial tribute to the women em-| 
eet = General Manager's Address ployees who comprise some 56 per! 
ng one In his report, B. C. Gardner,} Cent of the total staff. alt 
Sear reat tee eer arate Pm Pelee cae gm mE 
. 3) nbo high in number of B. of M. deposit; ments relating to the develon- 
it New York agency for the .;™ent, the progress and the wel- 
accounts—now more than 1,600,-| 
000, Total deposits were $1.783,-| fare of our staff are under con- 
009,000, he added, as compared| tinuous and careful study,” Mr. 
mu a po Bagge ant Hepes 
to} who attemp to use 
discharg o R ng to the volume of for-! ir? 
- pment. His first managerial ap-: e the last drops of ‘thelr withdrawn 
eect a Peart tar ae pointment came when he was bg-clgn trade in the last year, Mr. gasoline ration on weekend trips. 
Phas always takea an acting som|—at Trall, B.C. carat reported that importers)" 4 railway worker was killed by 
a5 Canedha aN gtfuttatthece He is Mr, Gardner, also, has had a end plana eons orca an express train and more than a 
_ first vice president of the Cana-|% distinguished military career. shite the demand for tant cg| GON. persons: were injured tn 
© @ian. Society of New York, pas:|!t began at the outbreak of hos- 


bus and automobile accidents in 
4 tilities and foreign remittances has also 
governor of the Canadian Club ties in 1914. Commissioned 


a lieutenant in the O ¢., been greater rene tures fell to zeto at 
4 a ant in e¢ Overseas i. "4 mperatures fe al 
2 ed A erat rebar oe “ tachment of the 79th (Winnl ) Through its relationships with 


Dalwhinnle, Scotland. 

+ banking correspondents in practi- . 

t, Cameron Highlanders Despite the weather 300 per- 
Commerce in the United States. | OrBment, Cameron Hi = Sere Cally all foreign countries, Mr. 


Fee a ceecg_|Rerwn it tant” commie fund "eda wil Tog . 

ross for-established banks in thelr respec- n 
conspicuous bravery in leadin When Your 
an attack at Avioh, At the end er Eat rrr ie rear loahr pra 


rovide its customers with un- s 
the war, Mr. Gardner held the a ealled facilities for conducting Eyes Are Tired 


rank of Major and was second in} their import and export teade D oO Ay HI S 


command of his unit, 
Sound Financing Needed 
MAKE THIS SIMPLE TEST TODAY 






if it wasn’t for the fact that millions of 







dollars invested and saved by 



























Se Se 
DRESS SHIRTS A 


SPECIALTY 


Canadians do not compete with other 






dollars to buy consumer goods that 











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are still scarce. 


















Our Services Include .... 
@ DEY CLEANING © 
@ DYEING - ' 
e RUG ap UPHOLSTERY 


@ EEFRIGERATED 
GARMENT STORAGE 


The 250 million dollars placed each-year 






















in life insurance do not compete for 


















scarce consumer goods, and in this way 
are helping to stabilize Canada’s economy; 







































of the Ca 
_ ation, was once—like Mr. Ball— 
first agent at the bank’s New 


By saving now, by keeping your life 






To the newly created post of insurance in force and by adding new 
Referring:to the increase in 


@ SHIRT SERVICE 
executive vice president of the 
“York office. That was in 1934,/ bank, Mr. Gardner -brings out- 
borrowing for capital purposes, 
Mr. Gardner emphasized the im- 


“following two years ‘as second standing-experience,in the vari- ao ° iH) , 
portance of maintaining in cor- f 


agent, ous fields of the B of M's opera- 3 , ONE CALL ©. 
well as the United States andj Porate structures, a reasonable re- < 5 : beige he a 








life insurance, you are helping’ to 






hold prices down and are providing 






From New York he came to} tio: ineludi 

Tenner af he need’ offset) wel as the United States and Paraesiructres, a reatnable re 
Manager at the fice, a) Canada) whil 01 Pp ween equity cap 
position he held until 1942, when comminity sete itave oaicaen and borrowed money. This, he/ gyps 
‘He became the B of M’s general active participation in the  sf-|3!d, applied particularly to con- 
manager. Two years later his re-| fairs of the Canadian Chamber} C¢*2$ that had been. expanding 


‘ ‘ @ 
Seconds é 
sponsibilities were enlarged when| of Commerce, rapidly and whose equity invest- ne < e 
he was made director of the bank} committee athe Appice ment had become proportionately . 


the title of vice president) ber, and in the activities of the |®™2l in relation to higher turn-| ! 
Canadian 


dnd general manager. dian Legion. over and increased fixed assets. scothes eyes that. 
Mr, Gardner, who was born In| president of the air Actin ure ‘One of the necessary conditions; 07 ted from s 
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future purchasing power for yourself 
and your family. , 





































A message from the Life Insurance Césponies 
in Canada and their agents. 












came to Canada in 1906| rie branch of the Legion, a life|°!.2,Vi8orous and healthy flow of! U5 wind afd dust 


“ t the age of 22, after five years’| governor of the Montreal General faulty’ funds into industry is a E 
aperience with Stuckey’s Bank- Hospital, and a member ae ithe taxation policy which makes In- MURIN 
FOR YOUR EYES 
















ng Company Limited in Bristol, | board of governors of Ridley Col | Vestment of risk capital both pos- 
— ds native city. His early years lege,- St. Catharines, Ont. 


sible and worthwhile,” Mr. Gard- 
ner pointed out.’“In this connec- 






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OSTERHOUT—BAITLEY She carried a “of con- 
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Ladies’ Ald of ed was spent. 
Coristmas colors were « 1 I 0 
in the fations lacie $ : fab and Mrs. Harris Dean and 
Secret the, RENEE atl a SS TROT 48 Mrs. Aspiaall, am cr are 
decotated Ghriginas rves quve| wiht Wed ‘Ey ubrridge as aos | tea tae Chara en 
the whole éettidg’a Yuletde at-| “Terry” Scanls ep or craten 1a 293 ot the bareer 





pL ‘eF f cer “Mra. A. Mel after which delicious — refresh- 
ol, ments were served by Group 6 
and the meeting adjourned. 


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pokey pile te bowed wag of y: Ereidek Mee. D. Rtingt 
red tapers” glowed 


Mrs. Graham 
Visiting relatives in Peterborough: 
recently, pigy 
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C.W.L. MEETING Christ Gaaren Weds when Mis 

Marmora — The November | =liza president, | co 

meeting of the Catholic Women’s| ‘he devotional period, leading in 


League was held in Sacred Heart|‘2e prayer service; while Mrs. 
School on Wednesday evening, 3 ickey seat fete fosptrational 












R RC, Mrs. Marsh expressed apprecia- 
Orillia, the ile chose a aves Bned sotuy ton a Mis AfcLaughlar = | EVENING BRANCH WA. 
of bli {st crepe, with grey, . freshments were serv: yy} Mrs ey, open 
oiakcsteuman ee tae poy es: matn baal table, spread with a lace the group in charge. home on Albert Street Monday 
ecessories centred with yet Sere 
“polnget-| | 


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Following thelr return Mr. and 
Mrs. out will reside in 
Wellington, 


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NAPANEE — PERTH 


CUT FLOWERS FRESH FROM OUR 
GREENHOUSES DAILY. 


Allan Mills — On Friday atter-| that $26.30 ong orcue Teported 


been reall: 
noon the memt and visitors of & party b9 the Deloro Hall on 




















SHOP WEDNESDAY MORNING ¥en 


The music, under the capable 


| FOR THESE OUTSTANDING [Sissi rere See Se The New y 
WE we PRINCESS PAT STOVES: 


ATUL ceetil at tha ‘tea were 
+. WOMEN'S PRINT U 
HOUSE ‘DRESSES Mined _ ARE NOW-ON 
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who worked to secure {ts suc- 
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Trenton 
LOBA Lodge 604 
Holds Successful - Dy Gray preeents 












very gratifying to all the ladies H 
$1 59 10-rib Parasols, in bright col- 












Shott sleeves, small floral] ors, in floral and striped pat- 4 F 
a Preaprice ‘dress Bice alten tach = $9.98 |ITea and Sale pie ee Ba CHRISTIAN’S 





: reais, <eeseat) — On the tidocs, ibe mediey of 


p aftern 
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ie ; MEN’S FINE QUALITY oot, ee White Lilac products. 


LINEN HANDKERCHIEFS ig oe ee 








The “PRINCESS PAT” has.a re- 
Putation second td none} Blue 















































I %-inch hem, Secure your wants early. 50° exived bye Sade Jones, Wortsy ‘ : , ; . aoe Kr Y ~~ polished steel body, electrically: | 
Each ...... tocccerrserccccosescees sovercescecs oseee ret ° ve ; : u ~ * welded, with top in sections to 5 
The. long table, with . . = : 
3 sce aera Aes paige ins 
; ° 1 & cen- R 
. “= FULL FASHIONED CHILDREN'S treplece of pink sna white ‘mums, Utts, Equipped with reservoir 
ea i . packed by' tall ‘pink and white. Se 5 and warming closet. White en- ] * 
RAYON HOSE SNOW SUITS ret : a" bellied abo white : rie : ; amel with nickle trim, 
* IRREGULARS. Made of a heavy quality blan- {/Ball, sacy With ity ‘own cream ; 
Ina Keb * / ket cloth. One plece style muger abs p / * 
trople blush shade.) with helmet. Zipper clos- whl SEE THESE POPULAR STOVES 







BEFORE BUYING. 









WE ALSO HAVE IN STOCK 


ts lone p tal Wants conten i : ' 7 
Sizes 9'010%. Per pair ing. Sizes 2 to 5 years, brediiagsh toa iver tan per : aS ae 
. el 6s ee | Dasthy Gay 
CLEARING LINES Suey fe atone Al 1, WHITE LILAC 


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lbw Mas gee sal ‘yada pa | FINDLAY WARM MORNING HEATERS 
ia oe BOYS’ OILSKIN COATS, $3.98, f0F vcs $2.50 pf ft ie ae Ie CIRCULATING HEATERS sh 
ren’s Broadcloth ROMPERS, $1.25, for ........ 50¢ © DUSTING RoWoER... £ 00 a E epee pasts : 
| DIAPER LINERS, regular 50¢ §0F -ssccsscresssseenseeee 256 @ TALCUM POWDER... $1.00 QUEBEC HEATERS 
© | €biidren’s HOUSECOATS, $4.25, for iesesisecssnses $2.50 @ EAU DE COLOONE. .. $1.30 aS fae : 
aaa SPUN RAYON, sizes 3-4-5, 





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Bypass - ; y ughter’ should fingers, leaving the face with the 
f Seepage Ue then tele the time slowing look of radiant heath. 
Party me Ne eras man’s ‘ 
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put of the question. The blue- 
eyed brunette with fair skin—the 
.| Irish type—can do a bit of com- be 

ee oe lexion tinting but her type is #0| pwn Frobedri. Comis’s layed sling lew 
NOT ALONE the skin coloring pas 8 apeind zara is silding tablets, Mpls from fruits ond barbs, 

and the color of the eyes deter- y to lay on pa LIVER 

the calcimine. 

mine the kind of make-up that Right upithe alley of the girl RUITATIVES TABLETS 
enhances, or the way it should be| who wants a truly natural look 
used, but type and personality 
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UETTE, 90 Lura de Gez, who blueprinted 
smooth,’so anything but; it and slso designed it, says part 
iirmly packed, has brought out] your hair on one side, and bring 
compensating hats. . . and with/the two divisions forward in soft 
them, necessary new halr dress-| puffs along your ears. Pin the 
gs gn : _. | pufis gt outer curve to the head 

ie simplest, the one which; contour, The same coiffure is 











































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ost easily and attractively | possibl ith tre parting ea thehstegtry secibees: a | 
goes most e; ve: e Wi 2 cen ‘ delicately and become a@ bit more 
p 5 with the side-slanted new hats is| the side . Of course, 
Still The Best shown above, and it Is done with | leaves a swirl, not » parting, over vivid. But let them indulge in U ; 
your own hair, and short hair at! back of head. ‘ eye make-up, or lay on the lip- 
, stick with a lavish hand, and they 












are out of character. Too senic 

an effect gives them a brittle look 

° that is t accordi: to their 
Advice to the Lovelorn wasedneaa 

: By BEATRICE FAIRFAX : How can one tell just how far 

Parents Disapprove of Their this uae and in whether or not : he =e rite Aap yg hot retin ee 

ter’ thelr ; } 

a sie - separ : Good taste, the seeing eye, and 

ere is no harder lion for a mirror placed in a strong light 

Parents to face than the one in should guide one. The trouble is, 






BEAUTY 
SALON 


NOW 1s THE TIME 



















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which a son or daughter falls in 
love and wishes to marry some- |b: almost any gap of years. of course, that everyone's ideas FOR THAT CHRISTMAS 
suet’s,| one of whom they disapprove. By all means, then, let this man as to what constitutes good looks 
FASTER RISING Such a situation calls for infin- home ; 7 not the same. Some admire PERMANENT 
NEEDS NO und the ? 













REFRIGERATION 





PHONE 3226 _ OPEN EVENINGS . 
Oppostie McCaithy Theatre 


ROYAL BEAUTY SALON 









Here, for ie ia in By VERA WINSTON 
, for example, case 

point in the® letler of a mother L CRISP MOIRE has rustled into 
who .writes: mod 



















five years. He will be 38 
shortly, is divozced, and has no 
childre: 


n. 
“My husband and I are very 
Tuch upset. We think the dif- 
ference in age is too great. My 
husband says he will disown 
her Sf she marries this man. 
“Am I right in thinking that 
Rosie Std Saat petuene 
on wt t perhaps we o 
Frege gd him rag l on my _— 
rae eerecee|| BEAUTY 

in w different ligat? I’ thoroughly A By HELEN JAMESON 
agree with my husband, but I also : 
feel that foo much opposition 
often makes for greater deter- 
mination. I am corcerned about 
the right and fair way to deal 
with this situation fn order to 
mad tae happlt:ess of our daugh- 


. by 
then you would certainly | round neck which has a aligh 
be right in polating out to your| flared collar lined in turquoise 
daughter the advisability of cau-| for a good color contrast. It has a 
tion in considering taking him | pointed basque waistline above a 
on as a marital partner. skirt gathered in front. The dress 
It may. be that you are alreatly ' buttons in back. 



































Wrinkles! How Not to Get Them properly nourished, fecial tissues 

If a woman has to worry about/ will go into a state of semi-ster- 
something—and many make it a/ vation; they will lose firmness 
mental hobty—let her fret about/ and fall into crinkles. Many 









































* oer appearance; it may inspire} women who are tussy about the 
Diamonds in settings ishuwinusee make lier to join the ranks of the|dlet and eating habits of their 
to melt your heart at Your daughter is a very for-| grand army of beauty seekers;]Mldren pay litte heed to’ their 


tunate girl to huve so wise and| that will take her mind off her pele Isp sone of course, a 
pes ag bare mother, pve troubles whatever they may be i ‘ eS 
such an a cc -as you e . : 
should, I feel, go a long way to-| Let her stop and think how she 
ward making it possible to iron|‘s going to look in the future. 
out this situation. Time won't be on her side. No, 
You ase quite right In £ indeed. The old gent with the 
that too much opposition a|scythe and the long white whisk- 
matter of this is a danger-|ezs hasn't a heart. He doesn’t 
ous thing. {f your daughter could 
feel that you and her father un- 
derstand her feelings and want to 
help ber make a wise decision, | won't 
rather than have her ‘resentment 





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| Business Girls _ 
BE If you “board” yourself, try Canada Bread. 
: Tt’¢ appetizing, flavourful and nourishing. 
‘ , You'll enjoy it Buy it from your grocer 
to 


s on the way home or get your landlady ¢ 
order it for you. ae 









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Py about cures? © Good~ nutrition; 
fresh alr; exercise; 





_ Your grocer of our friendly baker will gladly supply you with it. 






: rages" en-| mediate results, Wrinkles are a SO DELICIOUS AND 
“rerrong ealing habits get in their} ctrtopeas Srerutthe Renton a 

ng eaiing hal e: pear overnight. 
mean licks, Unless the body is, and teve faith, oo 
bee . 


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of delegates since 


mittee will 


special committee. 






er to classify all 


OMHA secretary 
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Hundreds‘of mail sacks lie stacked at a 
railroad station” in Paris because of the 
walkout of railroad workers which has com- 
pletely - disrupted --all- transportation 
throughout France. Pictured below, French 

: civilians are given a military escort as they 
sit huddled together in an army lorry, 

in to service because of the strike. 
About 50,000 troops have been: assigned to 


MCFADDEN MAKES 
MOST HEADWAY 
__ IN SCORING RACE 


(© Detroit’s. Prize Rookie in 


guard'the rauways. Auer a pew. ary 
battle lasting 33 hours with Cominunists 
resisting at every point, the French 
Assembly passed that part of Premier Rob-|_ 
ert Schuman’s strike measure authorizing 
the mobilization for police use of 80,000 


military reservists. An amendmeut limits 
this power to March 31 next. 









One 






Sere 


HITLER'S MOTHER-IN-LAW CLEARED inter-Service Clab 







tion. 


This column has 


Amendments adopted 
meeting included OMHA teams 
can now dress thirteen players 
with sub-goalic added but play- 
ing certificates must be used to 
sign all players, these to be 
turned in by Jan. 15 for group 
play and Feb. 15 for playoffs, 

. ae s 


cated minor hockey 
city and it looks as if the Belle- 
ville Merchants manaxement 
and the Inter-Service club of- 
ficials are to be the ploneers in 


cH P 5 en : re : 


By GEORGE #. CARVER. 8: 


the. incep- 


tion of the organization. 


« 


An important feature of the 
meeting was the announce- 
ment that the executive com- 

create annual 


award for the person or group 
making an outstanding contri- 
bution to minor hockey each 
year. What form the award will 
take and the conditions that 
govern it, wil) be taken up, by a 


at the 


The executive now has pow- 


teams for 


grouping in all series. No play- 
ers, manager or coach can re- 
feree any game in which his 
team is participating. Protest 
fees are ralsed from $10 to $15 
and must be mailed 


The Ontario Hockey Associ- 
ation granted the mipur body 
the sum of $1,000 an increase of 
$300 from the amount request- 
ed. President George Panter, 
head of the OHA made the pre- 
sentation at the meetlag. 

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Belleville team, 
Belleville Merchants, a midget 
squad backed by some business 
men submitted an entry which 
Burrill Morris, athletic direc- 
tor of the YMCA here attended 
the meeting and represented the 


the 


Council. It 


ia planned to enter a bantam 
and a midget team under the, 
sponsorship of that organiza- 


long advo- 
for this 


. the movement for organised 
. First-Place Tie With minor hockey here. True there 
Maurice Richard have been efforts along the line 



















ty Montreal, Dec, 2 —(CP)— 
h Siramy McFadden, Detroit’s prize 
By rookie find, made the most head- 
(p. way jn an otherwise Jean week 
be, for National Hockey League 
ia markamen, and today the Irish- 
be born centre finds himself in a 
* first-place tie with Montreal's 
Mi Maurice Richard, ‘each with 21 
4 <~, 
> McFadden picked up two 
ie assists during the week while 
its Richard had only one assist to 
r show for his efforts, Richard has 
i 10 goals and 11 assists, McFadden 
nine markers and 12 helpings. 
Syl Apps, Toronto Maple Leafs’ 
captain who led the parade by 
. five points two weeks ago, failed 
36 to gain a single point during the 
i Yast week, .and dropped to a 
third-place tle with Ted Lindsay 
Detroit, Apps has 11 counters 


nine assists, while Lindsay 
pay 12 and eight. 

‘ The rest’ of the list is well 
z with only six points 
ting the 10th man from the 


t; Tied in fifth spot. are George 
* Gee of Chicago and Elmer. Lach 


have been of a 


Adolf Hitler’s mother-in-law, Frau Franzika Braun, is 
shown with her husband, Wilhelm, in their Munich, Ger- 
many, home, after. a denarification board absolved the 
former that she was a Nazi. The court is sched- 
uled —< to rule in the case of her husband. They are 
the parents of Eva Braun,’who became Hitler's wife a few 
ae before their reported double suicide in a Berlin bomb 
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the Flyers team. 
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CANADIAN SPORT SNAPSHOTS 


——_£, 
By BOB JELLISON they're scared stiff. 
(Canadian Press Staff Writer) On the other side of the Strait 


Halifay Dee, 2 (CP) — With|of Canso, ED (Sydney Post Re- 
Uttle to-do on these long winter| Cord} Smith received this intel- 
nights, a couple of Nova Scotian] ligence with what he described 
sports writers agree filling the| ss considerable amazement and 
gaps between poker sessions and| amusement, insinuating that no 


their turns at the pin ball ma-| peskat 
cach with 17 points. | chine by stirring up controversy| be fourd Gena preteen would 


Doug Bentley of Chicago and! based on the “my hockey team 
Canadiens’ Toe Blake come next/can lick your hockey team” age. SS BA LRSSSORG SAENY Sat 
wie _ points aplece, while New | school of argument. He reports that during the 1939- 


i Pike fdt of / B elacegarrs reed The duel was occasioned re-|40 season Sydney lost a similar 


‘y cently when Saint Mary's junior 
F Pity rar 12 Soals give him the | hockey team of Halifax, ‘Marie 


time junior champions, was cast- 
ing about for first rate competi- 
and began giving senior teams 
the hard stare. They invited 
Sydney Millionaires, who lezd 
the Cape Breton senior loop,for 
an exhibition game in Halifax. 
Millfonalres declined, pleadiag a 
previous engagement. 

Alec (Halifax Herald) Nick- 
erson, chortling as, he went, 
ground out a column. to the ef- 
fect that the only reason Mil- 
onafres wouldn't agree to a so- 
journ -Halifax. is because 








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that the game was played “be- 
fore an obviously packed forum 
but when it came around to 
final statistics the gate was re- 
ported to Sydney club officials 
to be in the vicinity of 2,200," 
(capacity of the Forum is about 
6,000.) 


“The Sydney club decided it 
would never play another ex. 
hibition game in Halifax.” And 
with nearly-audible setting of 
the Smith Jaw, he adds: “That 
resolution still holds.” 







umn, 
Bill Barilko, Toronto’s blonde 
blocker, still leads in most penal- 
3 ties with 55 minutes spent in the 


coop. 
Boston's 
the 






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He's Fully. 


ONTARIO HOLIDAY 


made by service clubs and the 
YMCA in the past, but these 
strictty local na- 
ture, and nothing much came of 
it. 


Art. Black of Trenton rises 
up in arms to defend the Tren- 
ton Financiers, an Intermediate 
basketball team, which accord- 
ing to the Trenton writer is ex- 
pected to. be some punkins in 
the court game this winter. It 
seems as though eur Informant 
erred when he told us the Al- 
dert College quintet defeated a 
Trenton team on two occasions, 
or perhaps he was referring to 


In any event M’sleu Black 
hastens to Inform us that the 
Financiers have played Albert 
lose the first. 
game 39-21 but came out on the 
Jong end of the 43-39 count in 
their second meeting. The Fin- 
anciers have also deieated the 
Trenton Flyers twice, 
looks as if the crew from the 
town to the west have some- 
thing besides the cover on the 
bail. 


so it 


As Mr. Black polnts out, the 
calibre of basketball in this.dis- 
trict this year should be good, 
and worth watching. 
will likely enter a team and a 
four-squad set-up wilh Albert, 
Trenton, Flyers, and Picton 
should be productive o 
class of the indoor spo 


Picton 


a fine 


Ess than one hundred 
miles north of Toronto, 

lie Lake Simcoe and Lake 
Couchiching. Famed since 
the days of Champlain, this 
vacationland offers all that 
goes to make a perfect 
Ontario Holiday. For com- 


Noarished | se cae coe. 
AE LESS Cost || | victory Butaing, Toronto 
GAINES Dog Meal eT TO'COME BACK 

© Kenneltested — GAINES: is | bio- : 
Let's see they get the best we 


have to offer. Everyone bene- 
fits from the income ‘tourist 
business brings to Ontario. So 
it’s in your interest to encour- . 
age friends from other parts 
toshare our Ontario Holidays. 


TOURIST BUSINESS 
IS GOOD BUSINESS 






















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date with two more to co, and 
if they slip tonight their chan- 
ces for a playoff spot won't be 
so hot, So from now on In te 
the wire, all squads will be bat- 
tling desperately for a spot in 
i a positions, First game 


acting director o: 

promoting 20:h Century 
Sporting Club, believes the bout 
will gross’ around $270,000, Louis 
won't have to worry about the 
tax-collecting man after this one 
as he is down for 45 per cent of 
the net as well as for the same 


BELLEVILLE DISTRICT HOCKEY ASSOCIATION 
percentage of the movie, 
and television proceeds. 


Walcott, an 8 to 1 underdog in H 0 Cc K E Y 


man-to-man wagering. will col- . 


lect 15 per cent. All around, Lou- MEMORIAL ARENA 


is stands to make well over $100,- TUESD AY, DEC. 2nd 


000 while the veteran Jersey boxer 
FIRST GAME 7.30 P.M. 










another four Wednesday. Walcott] will have a chance 
winds up his boxing today. Jer-! night. 








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Slammin’ 8am Snead, one of 
the great pro golfers, came out 
of the foothills of the Virgin- 
tas in 1937. He had been a 
barefoot caddy, and he created 
a sensation by winning the 
Oakland Open. Newspaper 
Photographers asked him to 
pose for a picture, and the hiil- 


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figures to make somewhere be- 
tween $40,000 and $50,000 which 
will keep plenty of meat on the 



















billy Jumped with fright at the | table for his brood of six in Cam.|| R» C. A, F. f vs. POINT ANNE 
explosion of the  flashltent | den, NJ. sd TRENTON vs. MADOC 
bbs. At the next stop of the | The 20th Century is charging 7 “HILDREN 

touring pros, in San Francisco, Admission: ADULTS .. 35c. CHILDREN .. 25¢ 

a fellow golfer showed Snect from $3 to $30 for the fray and all Di-2 






seats are on a reserved basis. 





his picture In a-. New York 
newspaper. “What do you 
know about that?” exclaimed 
Snead. “Here's a New York pa- 
per with my picture In it, and 
I've never been to New York 
in my life.” 















One of the more interesting 
stories of recent days is that of 
Edward Moffitt, the San Fran- 
elsco sportsman and nature lo- 
ver who is developing thor- 
oughbred racing rats, It seems 
that Moffitt belleves that rat 
racing is the coming sport. Ile 
has bullt a rat race track com- 
plete with treadmills, flashing 
lizhts and dials and burzers 
and bells. The rate are albino 
critters and Moffitt belleves 
that man with all his worries 
will find new thrills in watch- 

‘ing bis sleek racers run. Right 
new he still hasn't figured out 
how te put the venture on a 
paying basis, 


CASH REGISTERS 
ARE RINGING 
‘A MERRY TUNE 


Louls’ Personal Drawing 
Power Bringing the Cus- 
tomers in 


By MURRAY ROSE 

New York, Dec. 2 -— (AP) — 
Joe Louis probably would draw 
& good house against a midget and 
since the champlon is meeting a 
legitimate heavyweight in Jersey 
Joe Walcott the box office cash 
registers are ringing out a merry 
tune for the promoters of Friday 



















































































night's title fight in Madison ) ; 
Square Garden. ; 
So strong is Louis’” personal ‘ : 


drawing power that even against 
a short-ender+like Walcott more 
than $100,000 already has been 
subscribed for the scheduled 15- 
rounder. 


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Meanwhile, Louis planned to, sey Joe will do only light exerels- ‘3 

x four rounds at Pompton| ing after that until f'ght time and 
Lakes today and finish up with] most observers feel that’s all he - 
to do Friday ; 


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New: York ‘Glants,<still gearch- | 

















New. York, Dec..2 — (AP) —|) as 
‘Dumb* Dan’ Morgan, whose nick- : ‘ ET eS ot 
fame ‘is. the ‘grostest understate- : = (By The Canadian Press) 






any given ¥ 


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A'p phic“ second» “ ove Peg | Miami, Dec, '2'= (AP) -- New 
teould dave settiod nao doate 1 : ;|Xork Yankees, disturhed by the 
to whether, that. third, r “ 


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i + | beled the bankrolled Boston Red pie Oe pare op 
‘| Sox as theiteam‘to-beat for the| making ; CE WENEN Ge 65 fF. 
‘1948 flag, Have taken-thetr first | Boston - repeat Pa 


UNTIL £00 P.M 






direct ‘<toward~, making a 
staunch » of: their > world f° 
baseball championship, it - was 
learned today. Sst, nt 









and showed once sgain as the! The British ¢ 
“tigerish Mr. King” In getting the/co 

nod 2.to.1 over McGovern mak-jthe box 
ing his first. appearance in 
that Joe tried to} Rounds of: applause were -roll- : £ : 5 ( 
‘for a round or two, then we ed forth on McGovern’s perform-|from two Bite 4 \see 


4 standl * Stockton | York. 4 
t:doesn't work, he tries and be-| ance and better moments, Many|standing room. Bill De Witt, general manager 





















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hook. That’r when Schme-j fans ‘figured the way the lone} - —— x 
. : Paul . Mundrick of Houston of St. Louis Browns, who yester- 
can ‘ls wat aes reais thelr feelings fol- Huskies, with 14 goals and: 21 tats The day disclosed that he had placed|} what to - give 


ssists‘for 35 points, is leading n Press me reported | Jeff Heath and catcher” Jake|} 1) 51° e 
the United States Hockey League (Nos” f de! Early on the block, sald he had} _him?!’. We sug 
obtained walvees oc — — gest -all wool 6 
then was preparing & a Na- 7 °. 
tional League‘team for-the hard-||- slacks. . They're hand- "e 
with | hitting outfielder. somely tailored of the *- 


in 
fowing. the verdict announce- 
men 

Hard-punching Pete Zaduk scoring race. Two team-mates— 
found a draw the best he could esses mip Per pee re 
get with Detrolt’s Mickey Savage 33 
who did his best fighting in the 




































late rounds a So og Po Baseball Commissioner A. B. finest worsteds, chevi- “13 Se a 
I bricg my skates?"| meetings to Up even withichandler reported in Cincinnati : ——— Y iazor : ter se Sey rn 
Now they'en wondering of Radak after beted taken an early yesterday the St. Louls Browns’ ae DOG BLANKETS : on pasts, ‘tevevites of the best dressed ‘men. <tnv2|. 
thinks team | lea 5 ; second : Ber- ‘ ange tie ie 
fk In the preliminaries ah Sapien COLLARS — HARNESS: ‘]]] 43) . aes eetisause sete 


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National Hockey League at — GIFTS THAT HAVE A WAY WITH MEN AT. 




















London, Ont, while Danny Mar-jand he had returned the Senators’ |real yesterday anu atlscussed 3 
tin punched his way tn a decision|“cheque for purchase” to the/possibility of the westcoast city 
« lover Teddy Swain of Toronto./Washington club. Cbdtaining a franchise In tha}/ | 
(AS 7 Frankie Hrancetti of Toronto did —_—_— league. Campbell said the project| : # k 
BOWL-O-DEOME not fair so well with Bérry Gordy |, The Regina Leader-Post sald tadvanced by the men, “ie 10 CAMPBELL ST: 
who got a -roundly-//n spo’ e story ¥ ay jpresen e Greater . 7] 4 
of Detrolt | who Mie kad bens iedcesed is Sian Teeperion, “sas reel 2 eeaaeraeee SERVING YOU FOR HALF A CENTURY” 





dent Bill Tobin of Chicago Black! endous.” 





JUST MISUNDERSTANDING 


Niagara Falls, N.Y., Dec. 2 — 
(AP)— A Canadian bus which 
ran through United States Cus- 
toms at the Rainbow Bridge 
without stopping for inspection 
Saturday night has been releas- 
ed with a comment from a cus- 
toms officlal that “the whole 
thing was a misunderstanding.” 
The customs service declined to 
méntion the name cf the driver or 
the bus company involved, but 
said the bus, carrying a group of 
former service men to a meeting 
2852 in Buffalo, was ploked up when 

it attempted to recross into 
Canada several hours later. 


Half Sick ? 
ah +i : tic 

2785! may be the offender 
Ne Milfion’s find reltef this way 


NR Tablets relieve headaches, sick 


feeling, due to irregularity, Thorou, 
pigeing. action. ‘Work overni: 
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Chimps 4: pts. ......0008 
Can Bées 0 pts. .....00005 
-— Arthur 133, | Sunbeams 4 pts. .......... 
outpointed Tommy (Ter-| Outcasts 2 pts. ........... 
‘McGovern, 133, Great Bri-| Dodgers'2 pts. saasass beet 


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OHA Senior A { ap, pane ae late coated of plain. s 
Mariboros 5, Hamilton Pats 0. : 3 + Ne pane 


Owen Sound 8, Brantford 5. _ 
Sault Ste Marie 7, BUGbGEY 8. 
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Moncton 5, Saint\John 3,‘ 
Truro 8, Halifax 0.) 2» 
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7:20—-Overnignt News | 1155—IDA. Midget , 6:00—Table for Two 

ough for an ico Baal 12:00—Lnincheon Musie | $:30—1n the 
less an arama has e 8:05—Up With the Sun’ 1230—News 45—Sweet 

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lacks enough for a game unless| 5... 0m, , 4.) | 3:00-—-Rural Route 1230, 7:00—Bhsthm Binch 
partner has. some tricks. Wi * munity Hour umpin* Jacks 

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10:00—Gospei 
2035—tateriuce 


; even a bid of one may be defeat- | 10-20 News 
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“who like fae ‘Parade 530—Children's Story 10:30—News Roundup 
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{ The Movie Colamn 


By BOB THOMAS 
Hollywood, Dec. 2. (AP)—Abbott 
Costello 


and are filming another 
inovie and" thet ndda, of onere: 













11507 CBL, Radio 
the doomed 





reminds oldtimers of the manded of leading men In the! 
a days when picture making was a|movies today. He was sought by 
| ; raucous, practical-joking affair. |Rita Hayworth for “Carmen,” 

The former burlesque comics |Ginger Rogers for “Wild Calen- 
are making something called “The |dar” and Bette Davis for “Ethan 
Noose Hangs High” at Zagle-|Frome.” Rita won cut and Ginger 





above are two of the survivors. 

















What. followed was a typical ‘boon as he finishes “Fuller Brush 
Abbott-and-Costello ending with:|Man” at Columbia. He still wants 

Bud: “You remember how/his freedom, but it’s doubtful if 
George Washington threw adollar|they vil jet him go. There's 
across the river?” going to be a decided swing back 

Lou: “Yeah, but a dollar would ,to comedy, and Red will ha much 
go a lot further in those days.” |needed on the Metro lot, 

I was told about the day Lou 
and a stooge had a tiff on the set |Greer Misbehaves 

Greer Garson finally starts her 


aud a pateag water 
les at five paces. The stooge}... “ 
. picture, “Julia Misbehaves,” 
was the only casuelty; his nozile nest week. She hasn't had a good 
movie in too long. 


was plugged. 
The Hollywood Scene Dick Haymes’ movie company 
will next summer 









Three Arrested After 
Slugging Taxi Driver 


Sudbury, Dec. 2 —(CP)—Three 


PEESENTS FOR YOUR 
ENJOYMENT. 


Wayne King: 


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be returned to Sau!t Ste, Marle 













. in 
OVER RADIO The raindrops tap-tapping on jon Pg ny in which he will star. for trial, police sald today. 
STATION the newly-lit (metal) Christmas |The crooner is working hard in The trio — Davit Calford, 17, 
. trees of Hollywocd boulevard... |“Up in Central Park” as witness | Espanola, Ont.; Charles Morlaw, 
production managers of outdoor |the fact he started the film wear-| Perth; J. McFarlane, Cornwall 
Le J B Q srg on to ae and ing a girdle and now doesn’t need | are accused of stealing $100 from 
4 ° audibly.. Vin treet ithe thing. aft his taxl in 
j baal characters being chased indoors : Lorenty siter hiring his 
ts. 
8.00 - 8.30 p.m. 


A gard 
sprinkling “a studio lawn amid 
the downpour..:Flunkles *anx- 
iously holding umbrellas over 
stars as they walk down studio 
streets.. Fans huddling outside 
night clubs and getting. their 
clothing, but not their ardor 
dampened...A few thousand con- 
vertible owners putting up their! 
topa and conceding that perhaps | 
winter is here after all.” 
Gene Kelly is making good use 
of the idleness imposed by his leg 
break. He has written the script 
for a circus film, to’ be called 
“Big Top.” 
’ This would be ordinary news 
except- for the fact that MGM) 
psnnounces it has bought the yarn 
and will star Kelly and June 
Allysoa in it. 


Bonus to Dottle 


Dorothy Lamour will be gifted 
‘with a fat bonus for her work in 
“Road to Rio.” The donation will 
come from her pals, Crosby and 
Hope, who own a third of the — 





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a5 fitien Pegi Ho sentins Ctub Council “Acti Gen Ti ey warm: ’ dressed, is fraraed by 

p : (Actress e Tierney, - ly 

$is—News Baits to ee eager tee eae Mg frost-covered Pullman door as she arrives at Union Station, 

6xS—Sweet Music 8: Ottawa: ; 
Any may scrve is in- Y a: 7 
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SURVIVORS OF WRECKED TRANSPORT 






















the 

Suffering from immersion and exposure, survivors of renee t Bog H. 
transport Clarksdale Victory are shown after|G: Wells ‘The great cast is headed 

they were brought ashore at Ketchikan, Alaska. The vessel 
went aground and broke in half.on Hippa Island, 140 miles 
southwest of Ketchikan. Of the 51 crew members aboard 
the Clarksdale Victory, only four were rescued. Shown 















THE ONTARIO Lion. When I watked on the set|is doing # burn. He'll-do the Rog-| top, 23, of Honduras, and Clair EZ. Driscoll, 31, of Los 
1 it seemed | normal enough, but ‘Sat ers 5. picture cg ee Angeles. U. 8. Coast Guard recovered four bodies. 
INTELLIGENCER centrating on a rehearsal, confab with MGM executives as 


B 
mile east of Walford. 


suffering severe cuts and bruises, 
was left unconscious In cab, which 
was abandoned because of a nie- 
chanical breakdown. On regain- 


rs 
many charged with robbery with back to Espanola. Morlaw and 
violence in connectlon with slug-| agcFarlane 
ging and robting Peter Lorenzy.| Webbwood and Calford in Espan-| . 
Sault Ste. Marle, tax! driver, will] Ola. The arrests all were made| AND FRO! 
early Sunday. B 












AT THE: BELLE — Cornel Wilde and lovely Linda Darnell head a 
distinguished cast in’ Darryl F. Zanuck’s presentation ’of°“For- 
“ee reread hat a Century-Fox's Technicolor filmization 

jeen 's best-selling ‘sensation, now‘ entertaining 

Belle Theatre audiences. age 

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The dubious privilege of being 
“|shot to the moon from a giant 
“space gun,” 250 feet taller than, 
the Empire State Building, might 
Lax! ag by Regehr tad been born 
in the 21st century instead of the 


At least this is one of the amaz- 























Mammoth Set 

One of the biggest film sets ever 
built, the “space gun” is interest- 
ing for its novelty of design and 
conception as well as for its size 
and for the brillient manner in 


imaginative 






ality. On 
pear 1500 feet high. The elevator 
by its side, which raises the huge 
[projectile in which the young 
passengers ride, is as high as the 
Tower—1,000 feet. Batteries 

wind-machines surrounding 

gave the effect of the gute | * 









George C. Marshall, 'U. 8. secretary:of state, left, and’. 
Lewis Douglas, U. S. ambassador to the Court of St.-James, 
chat during a luncheon at the Dorchester Hotel in London. 
Marshall took time out from the Big Four ministers’*con- 
ference, now meeting in London, for the luncheon, : =. 


remarkable 
close, is said to be one of the most 
ever thot. For while 












to the a the u 
by a fiery: orator who considers 
the experiment inhuman, are eeen 





Banke Haetuiebe' latter Sat niente: 
ir ic 2. 2, of mi eye- 
mazing 20,000 ‘thrills, Alexander 

Korda ‘presents “The: Man-Who 
im,'jCould Work 


Miracles” with Ro- 
land Young, Joan - Gardner’ and 
|sir Ralph: Richardson. 





B-E-L-L-E 























. McCARTHY 
Mann. The design is. a logical ad- FOREVER AMBER THINGS TO' COME 
vance on present-day high-speed Finda sDavaen BODY.AND SOUL Raymond | Masey 
aircraft experiments. Cornel Wilde John Garfield 
To Comc™ mar George Sanders Lilt Palmer THE MAN WHO 
Mazel Brooks COULD WORK 





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_LAST TIMES TODAY— 

‘JOHN GARFIELD - LILL! PALMER 
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LIMITED ENGAGEMENT: 
MATINEE. . 


EVENINGS .......... $1 
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“FOREVER AMBER“ WILL NOT BE SHOWN AT 
REGULAR ADMISSION PRICES BEFORE 1949 


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cherlati In her gyesms, In fact, she long time. She would be far hap- 
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“Please, Kay—take care of this 
thing for me, will you? I 
can’t wegr it and play. Don’t you 
adore it? The Inscription inside is 
Garling. So many girls are having 
bracelets now—instead of rings. I 

think it's a quaint.” © 

Surprised, Kay _ scrutinized 
Adele's innocent, lovely face. 

“Instead—of rings?” she asked, 
a frow between her eyes. 

—eT—Yes.” 

Adele appeared to be embarass- 
ed. “Engagement rings are too 
common—I lke being different. 

She gave a silvery little giggle 
end darted lightly back to ne: 


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gagemen 
Church? Kay wondered about this 
for a full minute, then was filled 
. Only a few 
hours before, Chuck had been 
making love to her and she had 
belleved in him. She would be 
inclined —now to doubt Adele 
if it were not for this bracelet. 
Here in her hand was proof m 
Adele's veracity. 
It was impossible for Kay to 


a comb lightly through her hair. 

“All right—but I feel worried 
about deserting you.” 

Gloria kissed Kay's hot cheer, 
noted the glint of excitement in 
ber wide eyes, 

“Tll wager it’s a heavy date 
you're writing. Who Is he?” 

“You're getting warm,” laughed 
Kay. “Only—I'm writing to ask 


for a date. Tll explain later—if{* 


I'm_ not turned down.” 

“You old meanie! ff he's inspir- 
ing—do produce him. This party 
needs a pensation to brace it up.” 

“That's a bargain,” promised 
Kay, “But I suspect he’s fat, mid- 
dle-aged, and- married to a very 
jealous woman.” : 

Gloria scowled. She flung out 
the door with, “So careful, any- 
way. You sound—dangerous.” 

Kay Pe asic her lips thought- 
or Aas oan member. of 
or any other. memb t a 
trrésponsible “house of Sele Ze id 
say if they suspected Kay Mill- 
strom’s depleted financial status. 
Oh well, it would be time enough 
for them to discover it after she 
secured 2 position. 


(To Be Continued) 


SIR ROBERT GREIG ONCE 
RANCH HAND IN WEST 


London, Dec. 1 (CP)—Sir Rob- 
ert Blyth Greig, 73, authority on 
agricultural studies and research, 
died Saturday. Once a ranch hand 
and later a farm manager —in Al- 


e wonde:ed what Gloria/. 


sleep much that right, she ene |berta, Sir Robert left Canada to! 9; 
spent hours planning a course of |join the Board of Agriculture in 
action for herself. She was rapid- |Scotland but returned to the Do~ 
ly growing stronger, feeling more |minion in 1903 as a member of an 
contents might be for all the |like herself than the had for a agricultural mission. 
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ome OPENING OF hele 
A: COMPLETE “REPAIR SERVICE 
COMMERCIAL. AND DOMESTIG REFRIGERATORS 
\* = HLE,MeCONNELL — 


‘REFRIGERATION SERVICE | 


Shas oo 


11 DUNBAR STREET . ~ PHONE 1201-M 










ae AT BONN MOTOR-SALES. 


Ft and Dundas. Phone 1596 oe Brinn good ererge Ear pos Tee silver a | : YoU CAN STILL BUY A 






















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BARTY: TO BOARD BABY 7 MONTHS | ———_______—_. - , 4 ) 
Cn ot naib teen =) YUR BOLERO. rw. ; ia i... fa - A 
—lisengers ES track, Dutty’s Cities Service, : : = 
2 OR 3 FURNISHED OR UNFURN-| "TSE Se : : 
rooma py business 146 DODGE DE LUXE SEDAN NEW! co is : y ot é stein: 
Phone 10073. - oes Sabet car condition. Duffy's Cities “Ser-] GREEN COAT. BROWN FUR TRIM. eee 8 CB. OR 
: vice, 130 Front St. - Apply ‘178 William after six. 


Ed 


p2-2| Allied Caution — Since the’ Nov. 17 scives ths country. “Here Mrs. Bromley- 
3s FOUR GIRLS COATS. HEAVY RED rulings on currency movements, Canadian | Martin of Ripeieeioen Eng,, has jaan 


plaid an: brown’ gabarsine {customs Officers have been doubly thor- 
nortie: Diack nylon: plaid y thor- | her baggage for inspection before sailing in 
‘DOUBLE BRI BRICK HOUSE. EAST SIDE ie oot angition. Write/ ough in their search of baggage and pass- | the Empress of 


two . Canada on liner’s last trip 
ACCOMMODATION WANTED Jet if not soon en sd. Phone a3) a ——| engers at air, rail and steamship terminals |of the season down the St. Lawrence. 


VETERAN‘S 
UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS 
and EXTERMINATORS 


Rugs, Chesterflelds, Studios— || 
Cleaned in your own home. 


STATION WAGON 
REDUCED PRICES 


ALL OUR USED CARS ARE IN EXCELLENT CONDITION 
‘AND READY FOR WINTER DRIVING. 


1947 BUICK SUPEE SEDANETTE. Custom air conditioning 
and heater. Like new. 

1947 MERCURY “118” 4-DOOR SEDAN. Heater. Like new, 

1947 JEEP STATION WAGON. Heater. Like new. 

1946 MERCURY “114” 4 DOOR SEDAN. Heater, Like new. 

1946 MONARCH COACH. Heater. A real buy. { 

1940 ti 4 DOOR SEDAN. Heater. You can't do better’ | 
a 100, 

































HIGHEST PRICES FOR OLD 
HORSES 






pean AKEN AWAY FREE. 
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WEVESABLED LIVESTOCK 


4 GES. 
Phone _553 













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| WORK GUARANTEED. 











BELLEVILLE ........ 


w. 
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B ATTERIES I TRENTON ......... 192-W-1 
Note 
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trade. : 
POSSESSION JANUARY Ist.. 1948. 
New modern. brick bungalow, 
East Moira 








NEW HOMES BUILT 


ALL KINDS OF ALTERATIONS 
All Werk Given Prompt Attention 















Apply Box 7, Ontario In 


















sc OM ALL TYPES CARRIED IN ||| 50,000 USED BAGS || ~ A.C. WALKER See Aas ee eee tals ene over and rine 
UFGENT. FURNISHED OR UNFURN- STOCK. \| WITH or WITHOUT HOLES PHONE 1747-3 , 1937 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN. You must see this beauty 
ished heated rooms or apartmeat | ‘BLACK FUR COAT, SIZE 38. PHONE Hizhest Prices Paid. at $675. 
Ohtani Write Basu owner occupied. “33437, i ““"past}| BENTALS FOR ALL CARS. 


ooo 1936 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN. It's a steal at 


$459. ¢ 
1935 CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY. Going at $450. ; 
WANTED 1835 FORD 4 DOOR SEDAN. Rough but worth mere than 
300 OLD HORSES « = 5308, ; s 
To be humanely destreyee for Dr. 1932 ZORD V8 COUPE. If you want a cotpe it’s another. 
Animal Foods, Highest $325 


NO FAST CHARGING. MASSEY-HARRIS|} 
MARKET SQUARE 


Fred’s Battery Shop | fn 





















140 Front St, Phone 109 Ballaré’s steal at 5 
sora gene pag a 1931 CHRYSLER COUPE. Going right now at $200. 
BELLEVILLE ‘isi BELLEVILLE ||| Mu "View. Phone Teli Reverse |I| 1931 DODGE COUPE fer $175. 
2 ‘T COAT; BLACK charges. 


MORE GOOD BUYS IN THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT. 


Lith conh aes 16 ood 1er ieee | H § H Cul] 196 STUDEBAKER 3 TON DP AXLE WILSON STAKE 
a Sg | Humane society a 


heater. Phone 979R. 
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¢ GENERAL - | BODY. 825 x 20 tires, heater, radio. You can’t dupli- 
i WHITEWASHING |} PLEASE REPORT STRAY cr || W-A-N-T-E-D 1938 CHEVROLET 3¢-TON FICK-UP, new motor, heater. 
X oe PHONE 63-3-1-3 INJURED CATS and DOGS |! YOUNG GIRLS NEW FEDERAL TRUCKS, Any Capacity, for immediate de- 
GIRLS — RED. QUILEED CHARLIE JONES {| and ALL CASES OF CRUELTY livery. 
464. 


TO ANIMALS,to 


CANNIFTON TO LEARN SEWING. 





STRING OF PEARLS ON DUNDAS 


CASH — TRADE — TERMS. 








































































| 
| 
Eas. George South, Jonn South | Hes-d-29.02-4-6 CONSTABLE | GOOD PAY WHILE 
ior ae D2! 40 MAPLE LEAF STAKE BLACK FITTED COAT, LARGE SiL- - | THOMAS THORNE} LEARNING. 
AL= HOUND WHITE Guick sale: Wm Miller,” Moontain| ek prone soul. 16 '| 19 College SLE. Phone 1591W Excellent , work! ! ‘ 
5 BODY le be . i e one } F vl & 
7 aw dark at tall. Re-| View. Phone 32Ri¢. SED. SPRING AND HAIR MAT. Inch conditions and steaay usa 
brown bead. da seuss, | ————_—— : | | Cor, DUNDAS and FRONT — PHONE 270 
: : D2-3t) NEW FRAME BUNGALOW, 5 ROOMS| ; tress: ms WAGON RIMS ' \ employment, 2 
very modern: 3 plece baih: asphalt) 40; child's 3 place tee AS Ok $9 95 THE EASIER WAY { Our Lot is Open Till 9 P.M. for Your Convenience, 
; HAM. Price $6.000. Will corsider any jamin St. aae-3t i THE BELL SHIRT me: Nuits 
i ‘ STRAYED reasonable bid. Immediate posses-| Tawa, STOVE IN Al CON- . ile Micaneea ee | 
lf cee | dition. Apply 71 Pinnacle St or SET OF FOUR i] eam floors for the Christmas Seavon COMPANY 
ON MY PREMISES. BLACK AND! MODERN BRICK DUPLEX. WEST] phone 1} : the modern way with non-skid 
Seay meale hows while: on. sess oe ene, Of 2, actus sell-| NORTHERN, ELECTRIC, 5 TUBE BILL DELIN waterproof, hard-wearing, lustrous A 
havertiuement,. Phone J1iRda Me! Seat" thet owe "eparesentes Sin | mantel Fadia. Apply Abbott's, Gere E ' ; 205 COLEMAN ST. CITE T 
Y Ross Lott, Gore Road, South Property shows return age, 334A Fron . J. 
oi Redneravilie: Di-2t net on investment after axes?” ier } PLAST-I-GLOSS MOR GAGE LOA NS 
BRICK DUPLEX 283 COLEMAN STREET A : : 
TO LET BUSINESS LINERS Phone 3311 DRY IN ONE HOUR DECORATING We have money to Loan on Dwellings. on 
OlteTuett |i] EXCELLENT FOR STAIRWAYS, 






ee ee Call MacCORMICK, 534 
use or \ WELL FURNISHED HOUSE 








































KITCHEN, BATHROOM. Business or Industrial P: new or 
on t Road. Jani te June. NO. 1 ALFALFA SEED eitiviny ai 1463 53 MURNEY STRELT reperty, 
iN Roaches Pena aan Grimm Strain at $26.00 per bus. $4 pia fit Fer, Patntiog mahapet, Mansing — | old. .¥ 
D2) CHURCH STREET. JUST SOUTH OF BISHOP SEEDS FREE ESTIMATES, : 

GIRL BOARDER TO SHARE aeaTEDt Victoria Avenue, double solid brick 332 FRONT STREET : Alte 

Toom. home privileges. Apply! house, Nos. 248 and 250. Very de- Di-3t E 

Box 33, Ontario Intelligencer. saule P Property. Rarty: Possession aot ae! PIANO TUNER 

Fr aatanoed = won by ‘appoiniment on Realtors anne. Beene FOR SERVICE: PHONE INSURANCE INVESTMENTS. 
OR Rone 968. Da-3t ite Front Street. Phone 99, house ‘ NEW CROP DON MILTON—77-J-2 : nne 






per Ib. 


15¢ 
BISHOP SEEDS 
192 FRONT STREET 
+ pi-3t 





=p Se gtound Moor, enurils GS. APPLY SIDNEY PARKS 
room: on ° 15_ PIGS. A! 
located. Phone 2773W. D2 RE. 7, Belleville. Phone 6R3-2., Mt 


Planos Cleaned, Mothproofed, 
Refitted, Regulated, Etc. 
D2.9,16,23,30 





















INTERNATIONAL 15 || TON POPPING CORN 


Express new 
(GUARANTEED) 
Ibs. 25e, 


motor, sch Ser: 
vice Station, 39: Front St. Belle- 
ville. Di-3t a . 
‘34 CHEVROLET SEDAN CHEAP FOR BISHOP SEEDS SUPPOSE YOU cause 
a ee we Nz YRONT STREET | THIS ACCIDENT? 


Nz9-3t 
You could be sued — and 


STENOGRAPHER 


required for Municipal Offices, 
City Hall. Applicant to apply 
to undersigned in own hand 
writing, stating qualifications 
and experience. 





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Pe ee a SS ta 
lose plenty — for a very small Cash, Amount You Pay Back Each Month—Inchading AD Charges. : 
AUCTION SALE prenilun you can eet $10,000 H. D. aATEMAN Sean Anema te ee Eee 
Habllity protection for three ~ mptrelier “ P Pasta | Payts. 
ON STUDEBAKER. | RA- a gf peer SEH ot| years against lawsuits for ac- Di-3t Bot aE etal 
Phone 764321, N29-3t Findlay Condor Fange cidents to others at your 
ny Condce range 





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Put. | Bene chars: tables. aie ang aner:| ASK US TODAY.  — 





MOTORS LID. 


315 Pinnacle St Phone 2386 
Astt 


SIXTY Five New HAMPSHike PUL- 
S| "i rie 0139 cae Buea ent | St Haro? led WANTED IMMEDIATELY 
a5, ; 2 Fashions, (Baymons 5 OR 6 ROOM APARTMENT 


OR 6 ROOM HOUSE FOR 
RENT — With Option of buy- 







Bsa a "a2! LORNE MeDOUGALL 


INSURANCE AGENCIES 
NOTICE rf 











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a 2 west MITED | ing HIGHEST 
i ordangaitbmes The annual meeting of the Hastings! 168 Front St. Phone 168 PHONE - | The question mostly frequently asked is _ 
cows: t spring be hel mance ier, wl BELLEVILLE McFEE’S JEWELLERY — 128 the simplest and easiest for your 
bull; horse rising bers Shire Hall, Belleville, Wednes- D2-3t - Diz Bellvue manager to answer. All you need 
and 10 pigs -¢ day, December 3rd., 1947 at 8 a . do is phone or drop in at the conveniently 
ofa bees mee cordially invited attend’) for located Bellvue office. Your problem ‘will 
aie re ins yee Fede fen Fo nang oa ‘ } | receive oaaeciane eonay oer outa la 
vator; disc; den— eration oi car seer ure * make monthly paymen ’ 
nay rack; Ex- Bailey. Seer aoe ti eaeot ORDERS TAKEN NOW H SPECIAL LOANS | G O O. D plans is your password to a convenient! 
and ‘bultet: Senet : for | ; for | Bellvue joan. 
mattress: | D : WILLIS JACKSON, Mgr. * 
ee RESIDENTIAL and” |i}. MARRIED COUPLES USE a ene: 
pee SUPPLIES Y-AND. BRUSH = Bellvue Finance Corp. Ltd. 
hoes and num- ° 
MontoouERy SPRAY “AND BRUSH | 25644. Front St Phone 617 ‘Trenton 48 King Bt. 





Batteries for all types of 
Hearing Aids. 













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| 
MARRIED COUPLES can get cash | 
in a-hurry without endorsers and 
without red_tape at Trans-Canada " 
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. Credit Corporation. You can bor- QUICK & ROBERTSON BUILDING 
Battery Testers. A PAINTING Wihonths, to repay. Laana of eat sone 
Baltery and nary hoch Better Quality Materials oa cut ‘CALL TODAY ‘AT m2 e . : 
Guaranteed Repairs, Clean, Reliable Workmanship.. 2 7 Oo : 
oe Mis fer Bent) Paperiag and Decorating |) Trang-Congda - Geo. N. Gorman 
PAINTED and GUARANTEED - 2 ; SOCIATE MEMBER of the Ontarie 
: urd ae CREDIT BCNN MOTORS saslation of Real Extate Beards end of p 
HAROLD ' LONG CORPORATION LIMITED LIMITED the Canadian Association of Real Estate 
ree tepid hae TRENTON |] 15 Campbell St. Phone 2996 Ii]. Cor, DUNDAS and-FRONT 166 FRONT ST. (Opposite City Hell) 
“ae oy ie tie Ps : eer ee eras iF mega epee rat oN. oes Phone 99 — House Phone 687. 
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“1S THE TIME TO BUY A 
GOOD USED CARAT 


WEST END MOTOR SALES 


123 FRONT ST. “BELLEVILLE PHONE 7 


710 OLOSMOBILE SEDAN "42 OLDSMOBILE SEDAN 


RADIO AND HEATER. 
WELL KEPT, 













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Brantford, Dec. - i 
Grocery stores here saigire be closct 
Thursday, and Friday, Dec. 25-26, 


ford Branch of the Ontario Re- 
tall Grocers Association decided 
last nf, 


ight. 
The stores will be open on the] § 
Saturday in each week. 














: EQUIP YOUR CARS AND TRUCKS WITH, 


‘Firestone 


STUDDED GROUND GRIPS 


THE SECRET of this tire'’s amazing grip-ability 

lies in its deep, tough, eight-sided live rubber 

studs — that automatically clear themselves of 

snow and mod — and give a fresh, clean, all- . ~ 
traction bite every time. Let us equip the rear r: 
wheels of your car with the tires that hapg on - . 

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ai ona ie OPTICAL SERVICE 










A942 Ford Soden. Hester. $1095 1938 Chev. Coach, Heater $895 atte Sir ng ay Tefen noe 
941 Plymouth Sedan .......... . S1O7S 1938 Dodge Coupe. Heater ......... $550 Bellevine, ee = 2 OUR REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST 
TP9A1 Dodge Sedan. Heater ...... $1195 1937 Ford Coach ........... ifs wait, and Mrs. Gordon s BILL DELINE 
"1940. Chev. Coach. Radio, Heater $1050 1937 Chev. Sedan ......scsssvsevsessssses $550 d Dawne, Sidney, Mr. and Mrs : 
1940 Ford Cabriolet. Heater ...... $895 1937 Terraplane Sedan. Heater .. $695 || Sunaee cisito te aatiene were LEWIS OPTICAL COMPANY Se eeraied ext SaawaTEnt 









« 1939 Chrysler Sedan. Radio, 1936 Chev. Coach 0.0... sccsaee $3 


146 HUDSON SUPER 8 SEDAN: 
HEATER. WHITE WALL TIRES. 
LOW MILEAGE. 





"40 FORD tie COUPE 
RADIO AND HEATER = 
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Vc oa wees =TRUCKS - 


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54942 "Ford ‘-ton Lectisa’ 2) = Jresseee $550 1938 International 2-ton Stake .... $495 
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Heater ..:......cccceeccsssesenssee $1050 1935 obile Sedan. Heater .. $495 


2 fymouth Sedan. Heater 50 1935: Dodge Sedan. 6 wheels .... $550 |/8C%_,standdaughters, 
aa Ollanebilo Coach, Hester $355 1935 Plymouth Sedan. Heater .... $495 || Kon ude Gand tecdly) sltney 
1938 Buick Sedan. Heater ........ $895 - 1933 Frontenac Sedan .............. $250 || Townsh'p, for a few weeks. 

















50 IF. ell and Mrs. Gummer BELLEVILLE 
Mrs. Gummer is visiting with 
Mrs. G. 




















Phone 1406 , 

Merla and Pagers te Tichborne 
on Sunday. 
Work ‘s progressing favorably 
in the construction of a new |i 
barn being erected for Mr. Cecil 
Sones = P tute. Teady for 
use © near 

Mr. and Mrs. F. Mitchell call- HAS BECOME KNOWN TO MEAN AND REPRESENT? 
ed on Mr.- oe “Mrs. Walter | 
Dennett in Belleville, and Mr 


it "So stiday ane ae “Honest Value” “High Quality” “Dependable Service” 
4th Tharlow 


4th Thurlow—Mrs. S. C. Cooley 
and Mr. and Mrs, Blake Way 
visited Mrs. Lydia Way on Wed- 











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dream and is continually being im- 
proved. 


Have ‘set an all time record in 
durability, efficiency and quiet op- 
eration. 

McKeown. 


Presentation Party, 






neighbors filled Zion Hall to 
overflowing in conor ef Mr. and 


Millions of 
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were presented with a buffet, 


326-ly|} x table filled with - beautiful 
gifts. Thcy graciously -replied 
to the address and thanked their 
friends for the lovely gifts. A 
very enjoyable evening was spent 













in dancing. The young couple but 
will reside on the groom's farm with True-Temp control is the most wanted and bes ; ‘ ; 
in this vicinity, , 2 value in hipaa “PERFECTION IS NO TRIFLE” 





Several inches of snow fell in 
this district on og 
Mr. and Mrs, Sadick of 
Sudbury, ‘visited wie. and Mrs. 


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patience during a critical period. 


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mou ncate. teeming Boe WE SELL ONLY WHAT WE CAN RECOMMEND. WE’ SERVICE EVERYTHING WE SELL. 
honeymoon poet the home of Mr, 
and Mrs. R. Wellman. 


A2-ly| VOTE DOWN MOTION 
ON SWEEPSTAKES 


Toronto, Dec. 2 — (CP) — To- 


ronto citizens will‘ not oat the 
opportunity to vote Jan. 


“% Be, ROTE:—No tax will be added) to megehandise which was in stock 
before Excise Tax was imposed. 


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in aid of hospitals, aoe aero 
decided early today. 
fathers voted dows a Rape 


the Federal: goyernment to lega- 
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If, it, is argued, the present |7#P#2. 
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Bisenhower, U.S chit of staff, and Field Marshal im Chaim Weizmann,' left, noted Jewish scientist and 
R. 1. G. Alexander, Governor-General of Canads, who are guch goods ! the hands president of the World Zionist Organization, is shown in 
shown sharing a) Marshall Alexander was M : 1 
a close trend an colleague of “Gen. Tke” during the war. | 29 t2 the tmpoaltion of import New. York with his wife and Mosche Shertok, Palestine’s 


ae a Prati Pong hr Phere representative to the U.N., as Dr. Weizmann was hailed as 
Lumber Exporters 
Will Benefit From 


cost | the first president of Palestine at the Zionist labor con- 
. a 
New Regulations 


vention which turned, into a victory celebration following 
the United’ Nations’ adoption of the Palestine partition 
plan for the creation of independent Jewish and Arab 
states in the Holy Land. 
Ottawa, Dec. 2 (CP) — Can- 
ada’s dollar ‘situation stands to 
benefit from the release of 290,- 
090,000 feet of soft wood’ on the 


: world market next year at high- 
er prices for producers In On- 

























4 estat ,, 






pected to help ease ‘the Domin- 
icn's dollar shortage. 

In addition, Mr. Hawe +?id that 
as soon as reports of eastern soft- 
wood production . for. 148 were 
available, consideration would be 
given to increasing the overall 
tree export quota. And as before, 
shippers selling a quantity! of 
lumber m Canida ali have the 
Ti,s. 10 exp>*: a certain pesecn- 
tage —.abour £0 cer eent in the 
east — of +®. do2°s* cally-sold 
.ootage. ’ - 

Mr. Howe sald Britain's dollar 
shortage, resulting in delay in 






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Cotton covering in-polka dot design |” 
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yellow or green. Reg. 2.50. -Half 











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= Day Special, : 
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ta remained the same as for 1947, 
but shippers would not be requir- 
€0 to sell any of that amount to 






Major Foote, VC, 





the United Kingdom in 1948. This py Special, Half Day Special, ; 
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Pench Assenibly | 
Holds Hot Debate p!M 
On Strike Bill ft SACKS DOWN 
German Pact Issues 


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Demands More 


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~ ‘Paris, Dec. 3 — (AP) — Five 
thousand. . steel-helmeted - police 
and‘mobile guards were stationed 
around the chamber of the Na- 
tional Assembly today while that 
body ‘continued debate ‘om the 
governnient’s _five-section strike 
*\ control bill, two sections of which 

































7 The 
® the ly 

* day's session opened. It was the 
first time police had ;worn, hel- 
‘© mets during the current wave of 

disorders. 

.. "The Champs Elysee was blocked 
at Place Delano 












The 
9 a.m., after pass 
part of the five-section law de- 
manded by Premier Robert Schu 
man to give him increased powers 
for fighting work stoppages. 


Old Laws Suspended 
The first two Articles passed 


. by the Assembly suspend the old 
concerning sabotage and 






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Power.to Stop Disorders 


ARMS. IN: RUSSIA 























4050.00: MEN |é 


REPORTED UNDER 


Committee Wants Prompt 
Action ‘Stop-Communism’ 
Aid to Europe 
Washington, Dec. 3 —(AP)— 

The House of Representatives 

Foreign Affairs Committee, urg- 

ing prompt action on ‘$590,000,000 

of “Stop-Communism” ald for 

Europe and China, said today that 

Kussia has 4,050,000 men und 

arms. . 

In a formal report to the 
House, the committee said «this 
estimate on Russian military 
strength was given it by the War 
Department during éonsideration 
of fortign aid legislation, The 
United States has 113,000 armed 
men in Europe and 258,000 at 


home. “1 
House debate on the committee 


‘of bill is. to begin tomorrow with a 





vote likely early next week. The 


and | scribed Dulles’ 

























By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER 


elgn Minister Molotov of Russia 
proposed today that the Big Four 
powers delay consideration of a 
rman peace treaty for two 
months,. but then backed down 
on the proposal, at least tem- 


porarily. , 

. The. Russlan spokesman .sug- 
gested>at\ the Foreign Minister 
Council session that the United 
States; Russia, Great Britain end 
France agree. that all. proposals 
for preparation of a peace treaty 
be based upon décisions taken at 
the Yalta and Potsdam confer- 
ences. ’ ‘ 

He suggested that the four gov- 
ernments submit to the council 
their proposals for a basis of a 
German peace treaty within two 
months, 


Foreign Minister Bidault of 






officials, promptly objected. He 
told the council it already had 
on the agenda many of the issues 
essential to a German treaty; that 
of had been discussing them; 
and that if it wished to accept 
Molotov’s proposal, the council 
“might just as well go home 





now.” 

Earlier, it was announced that 
John Foster Dulles, Republican 
Party adviser to U. S. State Sec- 
retary Marshall, plans to go to 
Paris tomorrow to consult French 
leaders on French foreign policy 
in relation to France's present in- 


Authoritative {informants de- 
trip as a “per- 








London, Dec. 3 — (AP)—For- 


France, just. back from confer- 
ences in Paris with top French |” 


sonal” fact-finding mission which 
-| has the spprovel‘of- Marshall. 


The council, meeting half an 
hour earlier today, was near the 
end of its debate on preparation 
of a German peace treaty, but no 
nearer an agreement on critical 












































Mayer’s announcement brought 
a roar from the Communist ben- 





Charles Serre; one of Gen. Char- 
* les De Gaulle's partisans, shouted 


“Those who provoked it are on 
your side.” 

Communist Deputy Charles 
Tillon turned on Schuman - and 
cried: y 

“There is the-man who wants 
to find guilty those who derailed 
trains. when people were being 
‘shot for it, when he was in Lon- 
don getting ready to put his busi- 

ess affairs back in order.” 

This obviously was a reference 
to the wartime days of the 
French underground, in’ which 
Tillon was head of a resistance 
organization. © 












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Weather Synopsis 


‘Toronto, Dec. 3 (CP) —Syn- 
opsis: Intermittent light rain is 
falling this morning) over south- 






The colder weather is expected to 
reach the 1 lower lakes region ‘this 
evening, temporarily ending the 
present mild spell. ‘ 


FAMOUS ENGINEER DIES 


New York, Dec. 4 (AP)—James 
Benton’ French, 84, retired con- 
sulting eer and inventor of 
freight car transfer bridges now 


at many New York road 
dled Shendats 





« terminals, y y- The 

’ bridges he designed are mobile 

railroad used for transfer- 

ring f t cars to and frem 
barges. - i 


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While -the Russian plans 
“should not deter us from rend- 
ering necessary aid,” the commit- 
tee cautioned, “we must not fall 
Into the Soviet trap of bleeding 
ourselves white «economically 
through extended, expensive and 
ineffective aid plans. We should 
plan our aid to other countries 
so as to remain strong at home, 
while strengthening free natjons 
for ell eventualities,” 

The committee sald the $590,- 
000,000 aid it recommends for 
Austria, France, Italy and China 
“is consistent with this policy.” 

The army report said Russia is 

believed to have 1,702,000° troops 
statjoned in Western Russia and 
Soviet-occupied areas of Ger- 
tmnany and: Austria. Against this 
number of 2,879,000 soldiers 
wearing the uniforms of “free 
European states,” including 113,- 
000 American troops. 
However, the point the aid bill 
supporters are seeking. to make 
with their less enthusiastic col- 
leagues is that the Soviet Union 
has a total force already under 
arms more than 1,000,900 strong- 
er than all the rest of Europe. 

-For that reason, they contend 
the administration should 
given what it considers the mini- 
mum amount needed to keep 
France, Italy and Austria from 
“disintegrating” this winter. 


Toronto, Dec. 3 — ( 


ers “hog the road" “should have 
seen 66 expert truck drivers do- 
ing their stuff in the champion- 
ship “roadeo” sponsored by the 
Ontario Automotive 
Association, now in convention 
here. - 

Frank Bell, 33, of Toronto, who 
drives a big transport for a brew- 
ery and has 200,000 miles without 
an accident, was acclaimed cham- 


“| plon of transport-trailer drivers. 


Jules Chartrand of suburban 
Port Credit, ‘a © 34-year-old 
French-Canadian who drives one 
of-those big oll trucks, was ac- 
claimed champion of straight 
truck,drivers. / 

Bell-won a prize of $400 and 
Chartrand recelved $300. 

To get their prizes, Bell handl- 
ed a transport trailer 38 feet long, 


. 
















































Truck Drivers’ Fine Performances 
Win Championship in ‘Roadeo’ 
| 


issues than when the discussions 


started eight days ago . 


Lieut. W.J. Spencer 
Becomes Navy Pilot 





Ottawa, Dec. 3. (CP)—Canada 
has seven newly qualified navy 
Pilots waiting to take up posts 
in the Royal Canadian Navy, 
yaya headquarters announced to- 

ay. 

The seven Canadians completed 
their course in October at Royal 
Navy and Royal Air Force Sta- 
tions In the United Kingdom and 
have returned to Canada. Train- 
ing was provided in the U.K. be- 
cause requirements for pilots In 
the Canadian Navy came at a 
time when the Canadian Services 
were in a state of reorganization 
and facilities were more readily 
available there. 

The officers include: Lieuten- 
ants William J. Spencer, Seaforth 
and Trenton, Ont.; Edmund G. 
Gigg, North Bay, Ont 


GLOBE-CIRCLERS IN TEXAS 

Marillo, Tex. Dec. 3 —(AP)— 
Globe-circling filers Cliff Evans 
and George Truman plan to end 
their lelsurely light plane tour in 
Washington in about six days, 
they reported today. 

The two landed here yesterday. 
The 45th stop on their trip which 
began at Teterboro, NJ., Aug. 9. 















CP)—Mo- making it do everything except 
torlsts who claim the truck-driv- 


sit up and beg. He parked it in a 
space which had only four feet 
to spare over all, backed it into 
an enclosure with four inches 
clearance on every side. ‘ 

He and Chartrand also sent 
their trucks through a lane mark- 
ed by golf balls giving a two-inch 
clearance — and then brought 
them back in reverse. 

Second and third prize win- 
ners in the transport trailer con- 
test were Wallace Miners of 
Brantford, who received $250, and 
Arnold Varley of Port Credit 
whose reward was $125. In the 
straight truck contest George Fil- 
er of Vancouver won second prize 
of $200 and Joseph H. Fair of 
Milibrook, Ont., took the $100 
third prize. Mr. Filer was the 
only prize-winner among’six Bri- 
tish Columbia drivers who flew 
here for the contest. 





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Taken from the bridge 


of the U.S.S. Greenfish, this 


spectacular photograph Shows what happened to a mine- 


laying U-boat when a new type of to! 


exploded against 


its hull during a U. 8. Navy test. The experiment, In which 
four former German submarines were used, was staged off 
Cape Cod, Mass. Tests of the new underseas weapon were 
said by Admiral A. G. Noble to have been highly successful. 





Civil Strife 


Lands -Menaces: ‘Peace To Receive-$500 


in Many 


Of World Says King 


New York, Dec. 3 — (AP) —; was once more the lot of a people] i¢s of Oshawa’s 
who have suffered heroically} will be raised to $500 from $150 


World peace Is menaced by civil 
strife rampant today in many 
countries, says Prime Minister 
Mackenzie King. 

In a solemn statement Issued 
last night on his return from 
three weeks in Europe, the prime 


minister termed the situation in| Britain, have .gone on my way 
Western Europe “much more seri-’ rejoicing at the prospect of al 


ous than most people have begun 
to realize” and said that current 
disturbances in France, Italy and 
Palestine, “unless the greatest 
caution and wisdom is exercised, 
may sooner or later menace anew 
the well-being of mankind.” 

He saw parallels “between con- 
ditions as they were some years 
ago, and as we know them today, 
becoming all too apparent.” 

Nowhere in the 900-word state- 

ment did the prime minister men- 


tion “war” — In subsequent am-- 
interview he: 


plification in an 
sald that no responsible Europe- 
an foresees a third world war. But 
if the current meeting) in Lon- 
don of the Council of Foreign 
Ministers leads to !l!-will among 
the big powers “it is difficult to 
say to what pass matters might 
come at any moment.” 

The prime minister spent the 
night aboard ship, the Nieuw 
Amsterdam, coming to New York 
today to spend the day visiting 
friends and to continue work on 
state papers on which he was 
engaged throughout the voyage. 
He leaves tonight for Ottawa, ar- 
riving there five weeks to the day 
on which he set out for London 
to represent Canada at the wed- 
ding of Princess Elizabeth and 
Prince Philip. 

Of that “exceedingly fortunate 


marriage” In. Westminster Abbey | ly 


Nov. 20. Mr. King said it afford- 
ed to Britons beset by post-war 
austerity “a welcome interlude in 
a‘long period of monotony and 
austerity.” He added: “for a day 
at least, it looked as if domestic 
happiness and national rejoicing 


Siamese Twins 


Joined at Skull 


though terribly over many years. 


almost prophetic of a new dawn 

about to break at last.” 
But on a sombre note 

Prime Minister went on: 
“I could, as I said.on leaving 





promise 


of uncertainty which has been 





time past, and which, of late, has 


portents.” 
{ He declared western Europe 
“is looking to America with a 
hope only second to that which 
she manifested during the years 
of war.” Without the ald prom- 
Ised by the United States’ pro- 
jected Marshall Plan, “such have 
conditions become that the people 
might despair.” 

In a subsequent half-hour chat 
«with reporters In his cabin, the 
72-year-old Prime Minister, wh 
termed his seven-day Atlantic 
crossing a “beautiful voyage” was 





unperturbed by the problems f; 
ing him with Friday’s opening 


TWENTY KILLED.” 


| The wedding celebrations seemed ;Celve $3,000 instead of $2,000, the 


the | of the Aldermen have been re- 


1 | an member of city setcetee sald 
if pay were boosted a ter type 

peue — i: Devens mel tee of representative might be at- 

been overshadowed by the cloud | ‘racted. 

hovering over Europe for some| Pable of serving Oshawa Is not 


ibecome charged with ominous| b¢ on the council,” she declared. 







AS PASSENGER 
TAN ERLE. 
Govt. Officials Blame 
Wreck on Saboteurs 


Arras, France, Dec, 3 (AP) —A 


"| passenger train en route from Par- 


is.to Lille was deralled near this 
city early today ina + wreck 
blamed. by. some: government vf- 
ficlals on saboteurs.. The Arras 
hospital estimated 20 — persons 
were killed. , 

A hospital spokesman said© 17 
bodies had been. removed from 
the wreckage. Workers at the 
scene said they belived another 
three were mangled beneath the 
debris, 63 us 
* About 40 persons were injured. 
Of these, 27 were in/hospital. 

A section of the rails gave 
way. 

The locomotive, tender and 4 
coaches left the tracks and over- 
turned. ; 

A railway official said inves- 
tugation showed that two sections 
of rail — about 55 yards —had 
been unbolted. . 

“There is no doubt*that it is 
sabotage,” he added. 

The cars were scattered over 
the right of way, blocking all 
tracky, and railway officials said 
traffic would be tled up “for an 
indefinite period.” 

The Arras Prefecture, which 
gave out the figures on the num- 
ber of bodies recovered, said the 
accident would have been even 
worse had not the train been 
slowing up in preparation to stop 
at Arras, 


Oshawa Aldermen 











Mayor $3,000 


Oshawa, Dec. 3. (CR 
ten 


)—Salar- 
aldermen 


in 1948 and the mayor will re- 


1947 council decided last. night. 
Mayor F N. McCallum and six 


elected by acclamation. 


Sponsor of the increases, Mrs. 
Evelyn Bateman, the only wom- 


“If any man or woman ca- 


worth $500, then they should not 





Michael Denies 
Story of Engagement 
To Danish Princess 


Lausanne, Switzerland, Dec. 3. 
(AP)—King Michael of Romania 
today denied Copenhagen reports 
of his imminent engagement to 
24-year-old Princess Anne of 
Bourbon-Parma. 

‘There is absolutely nothing in 
it,” the King told an interviewer. 


of parliament at which his poli-|“I hear this story everywhere, 


tical opponents are sure to criti-! and everybody knows 


more 


cize. his government's “austerity | about it than I do.’” 


program” to conserve 
States dollars and partial 
imposition of price controls. 


United| Sources 
re-| royal family said yesterday in 


close ot the Danish 
Copenhagen bethrothal of the 26- 


The unusual early opening of | year-old King and the beauteous 
parliament was “rather fortun-| Danish princess, who once work- 
ate” in that it should enable pro-| ed as a salesgirl in New York, 


rogation next spring before the} would be announced wi 


heat of summer strikes the cap-| month. 


ital,. He looked forward to an 
“Interesting session" — but neat- 
dodged the questions as to 
its possibly being his last in near- 
ly 21 years as Prime Minister. 

“Everybody,” he remarked 
drily of published comment that 
he may resign next year, “knows 
more about what I’m going to do 
than I do.” e 


Gifts From U.S. 
Being Admitted 


Bedford, indy Dec. 3. (AP)—4|%. Windsor, Dec. 3, (CP*-You 


A physician who declined to per- 
mi use of his nat™e reported 
yesterday that Slamese twins were 
born here Saturday Mr. and 
Mrs. Edward R. Speer of Bed- 


ford. The twins, both boys, are} 


joined at the top of the skull and 

it was belleved to be the first 

case in medical history of Siamese 

twins joined at that point. 

. = twins were reported in good 
ealth, 


4 


can still récelve gifts‘from the 
United States this Christmas 
despite the rigid customs regu- 
lations in effect since Nov. 18, 
Harold Beardmore, collector of 
customs, sald today. 

All’ parcels ‘entering Canada 
ate subject to customa inspec- 
tlon, but if they're bona fide 
gifts and not more than $5 in 
value, and do not contain ite: 
on the forbidden or quotalisis, 
they are admissible. ~ 





Ameficans are Eating More Meat, 
It’s Season of Sharper Appetites 





Washington, Dec. 3 —(AP)— 
Americans are, cating more meat 
now than they were two months 
ago when the government called 
upon them to eat less by observ- 
ing meatless Tuesday. . 

This.does not necessarily mean, 
however, that the ) meatless day 
campaign js falling'to achieve its 
principal objective — a reduction 
in the feéding of grain to live- 
stock so that more cereals might 
be made available for shipment 
abroad. 

This is the season of the year 
when livestock marketing nor- 
mally increases and when meat 
production goes up. It also is the 
season when appetites for meat 
tend to grow sharper’ because of 
colder weather, 

Meat production by federally- 














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A 


Guns, 


Ti 





Fires Kindled in- 


Grenades. . 


Used in Riots 
As 35 Killed 


aA ; apt Sante yon 


« 


Cities, 


Arabs Continue Strike 


+ Jerusalem, Dec. 3 — (AP) — 
Arabs and Jews fought with guns, 
grenades, knives and fire today. 
in the no-man’s land between Tel, 
Aviv and Jaffa and the number 
killed since dawn yesterday in 
riots over the partition of Pales-" 
tine was unofficially reported in- 
creased to 35. : 

Hebrew newspapers carried the , 
report: ‘ 

“Fifteen Arabs were killed by 
Jewish ‘security forces in, three, 
separate attacks on Tel Aviv 
during today.” 

The underground Jewish de- 
fence Militia, Hagana, announced 
that a Hagana officer, Moshe 
Newman, was among the Jews 
slain in the struggle. 

Irgun Zval Leuml, 


underground organization silent] of 


since the partition decision was 
announced, warned Arabs in a 
radio broadcast “we shall take 
action against you” if the Arab 
attacks continued. 


fires kindled yesterday by Arabs 
starting a - three-day strike 
throughout Palestine’ in protest 
against the United Nations decis- 
ion to carve up the Holy Land. 
The Associated Press unofficial 
count-showed -12 Jews and sight 
‘Arabs killed, although the offici- 


Usted 
eight Jews and five Arabs slain. 
Police said “We don't know” ana 
will not know for several days 
the extent of casualties. 


Hundreds Wounded 


Hundreds were wounded. Forty 
Jews and 20 Arabs were taken 
to hospital, with Injuries up to 
noon, but the Arabs took most of 
thelr wounded to houses rather 
than hospitals, Tight curfews 
were imposed in some areas. - 

An informant in Tel Aviv sald 
the Arab death toll in the battle 
between there and Jaffa “will be 
heavy.” . 

First casualties from the Tei 
Aviv-Jaffa area were two mem~- 
bers of Hagana, the Jewish de- 
fence force, killed and four others 
and a uniformed Jewish police- 
man wounded. A Jewish physici- 
an was reported slain and his 
companion was wounded. 

Arab and Jewish forces. surged 
back and forth across the bound- 
ary between all-Jewish Tel Aviv 
and all-Arab Jaffa in bloody 
street fighting. 

Firing and bomb explosions re- 
sounded throughout the day. 


Leo isentchik, Associated 
Press Reforter at a vantage point 
overlooking the battle area, said 


a group of Arab tommygunners 
broke a cordon of Hagang, the 
underground Jewish defence force, 
near Carmel Market and penetra- 


ted into the streets of Tel Aviv, | Pal 


wounding 18 Jews. 4\ 
Arab fire from rooftops ‘in 
Jaffa covered the charge. . The 
action was visible from the main 
thoroughfare of Tel Aviv, The 
reporter said Hagana forces 
grouped and drove back ‘the 
Arabs. his : 


Search For Snipers 


. Jewish sources said veteran 
Hagana street fighters sifted into 


inspected slaughterers was run- 
ning less than 300,000,000 pounds 
a week when the meatless Tues- 
day campaign was started. Now 
it is averaging more than 400,- 
000,000 pounds and probably will 
go higher before the month is 


out. 
of this increase Is 


The bulk 
moving directly into consumption. 
As is the case normally,’ some of 
the seasonal increase is going into 
cold storage for sale later when 
supplies will be down. 

Insofar as the 


ment’s objective of saving grain. 
Animals. sold at light weights 
consume ae Brain than those 
marketed at heavy weights, 
























Jaffa at 3 p.m. and. wert at- 
tempting to knock. out Arab snip- 
ers who were lives 

Shearim 


along the downtown Mea 
and Hayarkon Streets. 

Hagana informants said they 
had been told that Arabs dress- 
ed in British army uniforms were 
grouping for attacks on the Jew- 
ish industrial 


area and that 
“large” Arab trations were 
ne congen 
Beit Halevi areas. 


the Tuikarem and 

‘The government immediately 
clamped an around-the-clock 
curfew on the no-man’s-land re- 
gion in the border between. the 
two cities. A curfew on the Arab 
districts of Jerusalem, where re- 
newed fighting #iso broke out this 
morning, was extended for an- 
other 24 hours. The Jerusalem 


curfew had been scheduled to end 
at noon. F 


th Arab and Jew— 
fled from the trouble areas, two 
Arabs w shot and 


: The.main points of 
quarters 


ton 
were the slum ‘of Jerusa~ 


day’s Arab demonstrations. 
Something Cooking 


One Hagana 
ground. army) source 
toda: 


under- 
id early 
y “there’s something cook- 
ing’ in Tel Aviv, where two Arabs 
and one Jew were killed 


turn before the day is over. 
The bi armed clashes 
which marked the first day of the 
Arab general strike yesterday be- 
gan in. Jerusalem -but quickly 


> J 
damage estimated ‘at $1, 
wa fifty shops burned and 
ag’ id some looted. 
Hagana,’ whose organised arm- 
ed forces helped British troops 
regain control of the Jerusalem 
situation, charged in a commun- 
que last nigh tthat Haj Amin El 
Husseini,. exiled Mufti of Jerusa- 
Jem, was responsible for the riots, 
The Mufti, spiritual leader of 
estine Arabs, now is in 
Damascus. * , ; 
HEEL ph of the eae 
ve succeed in turning 
Pregl Pee alr fee into a 
y of bloodsh Tow: i 
Hagana said, set oun 


000, 





Coming Events 


JUINTE SKATING CLUB TICKETS 
od now available. Contact Jack Dickens 
for ~information.. Phons 

, 170, N29D3,6 
NEXT MEETING OF WAR: BRIDES 
will be held Thursday, Dec. a 
YMCA. Club Room stmt 


BRIDGE AND EUCHRE PARTY, ST. 
Bee ara. as pom sAuigites ay. 
Thomas A.Y.P.A. Prizes, retreah- 
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HEAR THE DAVIES FAMILY SING 
at Street United. Ch 
December Sine at 813 pan Canes, 
da‘s newest 

Tickets 50 cents and 75 cents. 


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Gaye: BA 890: ma Admission He. 


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sion. The an ex-jtime associated with the 
younger met served Surviving are his wife, 
ity would Ernest and Edward of 
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a man with a large family who 
didn't like to plug too much and 
bend loved ae holiday. anata 
‘eavy lustry was p= 
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of the needed materials, such as 
iron, coal and oi}. 
Communism was stated to be 
the only really 


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Others applying for citizenship 

were Mrs. Mary Okenka, of Bat- 

awa, ovakian birth; Al-| been 

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Church and a= mane as he 
Was a member cial 
Board; and also-served as Ct ir-| LATE GEORGE NELSON CARR 
(West Huntingdon) 
man of the Property Committee 
and Chairman of the Library} West Huntingdon, Dec. 3 Special 
Board. In the management = the Sey > —— for the — 
Li rary he took in- e m Carr was conduct- ‘ 
Posen oni dr as Chairman of |ed on Saturday afternoon last at} Applying for citizenship were/ Lutheran 
the Board for forty years. the residence of his Mr.| Mrs. Annie Brisley Anderson, 
He also served on the City|Phillp Carr on the Ridge Road by | Belleville Club and Mrs, Elna 
Board of Health and gave his sup- Rev. Alfred Poulter of Madoc, | Pekar; of Batawa. Both the above: 
port to all worthy undertakings|who also officiated at the grave- 
for the betterment of the city. In|side In West Huntingdon ceme- 











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* cost... to gr alue 
polities he was a staunch Con-|tery- -e ; o 2. togive greater vi; 
oniies and a Senter of the| The pall bearers were grand- ; to every telephone user. 
Although Comm sons of the late Mr. Carr and were i 
was | Messrs. Douglas Stapley, A. Cars, r THE HOME ef GooD THE SELL VELEPuens 
: é = Bruce Stapley, E. Brummell, Wal- ° ; SOLES. COMPANY oF CAuaea 
YWOOD MAKE-UP lace Stapley and Gerald Carr. “sap}. ¢e 
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* led the chair for four years; also 
—PANCAKE .......... $1.75 ¥ ber of Moira Chapter No. 
—FACE POWDER .. 75¢, $1.35 : 7B. A. M In 1948 Mr. Si 
—LIPSTICK ........... was presented with the fifty-' 


MISS MARION JEAN BADGLEY |, 
(Frankford-Belleville) 


Frankford, Dec. 3 (Special) — 























































‘ Masonic Jewel. Miss Marion J. Badgley died sud- 

; sae. ered several Gann i act ie uaa oe ee nanenlo as ge se fo Late afternoon shoppers hed a| Belleville merchants are not 

is days. For ‘many years he was!Badgley in this villege. She was _ laugh on Tuesday as they | co-operating with the Ontario YOU'LL BE PROUD 
identified with the Lawn Bowling born In Sidney t p and was essed along Front Street the | Hydro Electric Commission in the TO OWN OR GIVE 



















Club when the greens were onjin her 26th year, The earlier years jDay-off of an election bet on the 
George Street, near Victoria Ave-jof her life were passed in this :toca! mayoralty contest. Not only 
nue, William Street and at the|vicinity and of late years patel did the election pay-off attract 
present location. He was a past|sided In Belleville, belng employ- |i siete of shoppers but com- 


ganiza ‘ed as a secretary at the Corbin 
Se ate ae ec none Lock Company. She was a mem- jpletely tied up vehicular traffic 


* $2.95 to $10.35 
out the district. Mr. Sulman was|DeF of Holloway Street United Jag well he on 
Inner election was 
Ing Club and served as president, |tvitles of the Young People’s So- 


ciety.| Her sudden death has|%- Kelth Onderdonk, proprietor 
DRUG. STORE Twlee Married i mrtea, |BOUEht sincere feelings of regret lof the local Canadian Tire Btore 
Mr. Sulman was twice mai to many friends. jon lower Front Street, who was 
his first wife was Miss Effie Belle Surviving her besides her par- heeled 
Garrett. She died in 1897 leaving|ents is one sister, Mrs. Douglas!” in 2 wheel barrow the 
one daughter, Miss Helen Salman, Fox of Wooler. none Front Street by Paw 
His second wife was Miss Clara) Resting at the Rowe Funeral |Haggis, Crystal Hotel proprietor. 
Isabel Pringle, who dled In 1924, Home, Franktord; the funeral an- [Preceding the parade was Jamie | “OW 84 wavy He a sess 
ae leaving one daughter, the late/nouncement is made in this edi- |Clarke and his Highland pipes. permi jowever, 
The new water main across the | Mrs. Alice Bateman, who died in|tion. nar Pte a warm afternoon and —— the Christmas trade, a 
Moira River will soon be started | 1940. —- r. modification of the order per- 
it was announced at the meeting| He was the last of his family MES. ELLEN LEWIS mitted the use-of one 100-watt 
of the Public Utilities Commis-| and {is survived by one daughter, (Havelock) a le Ught bulb in each dis- 
aay stare eae Chote Fant’ Baca, Mrs. Ellen Lewis, Havelock, !from the e was |Dlay window from four in the 
now attending Trinity College|Ontarlo, died Se ae forced to a halt at frequent | afternoon until nine o'clock. 
 CENUINE ARTS School, Port Hope, and John — Pog hela age intervals to regain’ his breath, merchants are taking 
P tion by th enda-| Douglas Bateman at his home |g" 70 One Tene in the boapitel aR ny oe Sate ene ee 
; 7 . Resa rgge 2 rng Oe isd ene toa Fane since Nov. 30th four bulbs in each window,” 
APPEAL: DISMISSED 


ab} stated Mr. Beldon. “Hydro offi- 
wi un Post south of the Lower | eral Home, Church Street at Vic- clals have checked on this prac. 


to; 

t and coat tails, he wielded the tice and unless it is discontinued 

baton to the tune of Jamle|the window lighting pe: 

Clarke’s pipes and at the end of | Will be 

the ride was dumped ceremon- 

weed off at the Onderdonk 
re. 


reduction of power consumption 
for store lighting purposes, it 
was stated here todey by Mr. 
Harold C. Seldon, chairman of 
the Retail Merchants’ Division of 
the Chamber of Commerce, wha 
warned that unless the order was 
complied with store lighting 
privileges would be rescinded. 
As a measure to conserve elec- 
tric power the Commission some 
weeks ago stated that store win- 


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WATERMAN - 
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Complete sets as low as 


2.30 


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PHARMACY 
Phone 49 FREE DELIVERY 
















































































































THE DRUGGIST 
Phone 138 


A STORE 
FULL OF 


GIFT 










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torla Avenue, until Wednesday 
evening, then at his late resi- 
the system was recom-| dence, 154 Bridge Street east; the| that court should not have sat-on 

mended in a lengthy report given | funeral announcement is made in Remembrance Day was made by 
chainesn® 80 by the consulting | this edition. RW. Chitty, K. C. to the On- 
It was also decided at the tario Supreme Court yes’ Y, 





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and 
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“WAST and E¥FICIENT 
SERVICE 

















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Deer Killed by Car 


Huntingdon T; . 
Council, Back . Disappears From Scene 
—— Brantford, Dec. 3 —Robert E. 


Personnel of the Huntingdon necta 
Township Counell for 1948 will | spent two woke nets Ne ed 
be the same as this year, rate-| money in the Michigan woods All arranged in depart- 

payers decided at their municipal | this year hunting deer. He didn’t ments to make it easy for 
el Reeve | cet any. Yesterday on Highway you. : 


Seen 















an early decision with respect to 
the plant or else more coal and 








































can when he sought to appeal on be- 

rs BELLEVILLE MOTOR CAR porn that the committee ap- half of Lioyd Lang of Peterbor- 

‘ = N eg Rey we Mn 

: COM! r other equipment would have to | ma ‘ov, 11 at Cobourg, ir. 
eet PANY. LIMITED be oraer in order to keep the/| Justice Gale. 

po {| Cer. Bridgo ee Bis plant in operation. n Mr, Jusice —— Mackay gis- 

a Phone | missed ap on other 

| | “A Goon PLace To DEAL | oven otated that ee ean complimented  the| grounds. He said that Sunday is 

jon would have to make Hise nirldprersy Wotten, Fs the only day a court may not le- 







































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: ; 1 : c | No. 2 about seven miles west of 
oe 7 2 tion for another term, while all/ Paris he got two with his auto-|| @ MEN’S GIFTS— 1938 CHEVROLET Master 
By THE BELMONT RESTAURANT ‘ PROPHYLACTIC , -. [[Sguneliiors were © also returned. | mobile tnd killed one of them. TOILETRIES = «, Deluxe Sedan. 
Bes: Z z */Both animals leaped across the RAZORS \1937 CHEVROLET COACH 
: FRO ‘ ; Ww road in front of him. Approxim- BAROMETERS | 3. 
= NT STREET ; JEWELITE HAIR BRUSHES Hesnerty, 289; ‘ood, 369.! ately $200 damage was done to NOVELTIES 1936 PLYMOUTH Sedan 
Alfred 79 the. car with no injuries to any|| __gRENCH PERFUMES ° 











WILL OBSERVE THE FOLLOWING HOURS EACH 
_ WEDNESDAY DURING THE MONTH OF DECEMBER 


REMAINING: OPEN EACH WEDNESDAY 
gm, | 


26th.,to: enable ofr 
ané Boxing Day with 


1#42 DODGE Panel Delivery. 


‘BELLEVILLE MOTOR CAR 


COMPANY — LIMITED 


one. 

bees anied by || —DRESSERWARE 
a his wife and infant daughter: ‘The || —-MANICURE SETS 
FREED OF NECESSITY -«, | deer killed was a doe. ijawrence|] —-WRITING PAPER 


to 
oronto, Dec. 3— (CP)—A tor-| Pacis by oyun yenen 2l] —PENS and PENCILS 


mer Royal Alr ¥ re with a tow truck to the 
ot and scene of the accident, the. deer, 





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the} eat venison this week. . DRALER, | 





BILLIONS OF CELLS 
There are more than 14,000,- 
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Guire trophy | won Gerald Interment Belleville Cemetery. . 
-| Fesfeton by, ° ‘DS-at 


the hope that these two Frankford, for service there Fome, Ld 

2| juniors would continue to give day “afternoon, Dec. 4th. at 230 
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THANKS . . . 


| wish to take this opportunity of 
sincerely THANKING ALL THOSE 
who supported me in any way! 





“Best wishes. for the 
coming season; and 
Good .Luck. 


~ GEORGE 













To the Electors of Belleville for the 


"splendid support they afforded me 


at the Polls on Monday. My motto 
will always be: “SERVICE AND 


FAIRNESS. TO EVERYONE AT 


ALL TIMES.” 


prosperity of this city. . 


COMPLIMENTS.OF THE SEASON TO ONE 


AND ALL, “) 


-ORLIFF A. LLOYD 


“BOILER” 
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To the Citizens of Belleville: 


I wish to take this opportunity of 
expressing my thanks for the splen- 
did support accorded me in Mon- 
day’s election, along with my sin- 
cere congratulations to Mr. Russell 


Wotten. 


HARRY ROLLINS 









during Monday's election, 


BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY CHRISTMAS 


SEASON. 


HAROLD C. SELDON 


THANK YOU | 
FRIENDS . . 


For Your Confidence: 
1 MUST at LET YOU. 


BROWN 





mila Jankovcova, 
'}/humil Lausman, who resign- 
: > ed as minister of industry. |” 


Crofton 


Crofton— Mrs. O'Neill, of Mon- 4 
treal, is spending some time with 
her son, Fit.-Sgt. Edward O'Neill, 
Mrs, O'Nelll and family. 

Mr. Chas. Gray of Jericho St, 
is sporting a fine néw motor | 23,975,000 


Mr. and Mrs. S. J. M ard spent 
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Chas. 
Wood, of Belleville. 

Miss Mintha Tompsett of Well-| panies disbui 
ington, spent Thursday with Mr. 
and Mrs. Ernest Crook. 

Messrs. Jack Welsh, of Demor- 
estville and Clarence Allison, of 
Bethel, were callers on this street 


ON MONDAY 


ALDERMAN 
BLAUDED, Tc 


+ MY SINCERE THANKS ~ 


TO THE ELECTORS OF BELLEVILLE:— 

who honored me with their Vote at’ 
the Polls last Monday. | will do my 
utmost to merit the confidence 
they placed in me to further the 


LOSING HIS WIND 


Chicago, Dec. 3 — {AP)—Jim 
Thorpe, the great Indian athlete, 
admitted today that the old wind 
isn’t what it used to be. 

Thorpe reported to police that 
thieves had takén $500 worth of 
clothing from his parked automo- 
bile. The desk sergeant asked the 
famous grid star of former years 
if he would have given chase 
ase he caught the thieves in the 


“I couldn't have done anything 
as yell,” replied the 61-year-old 


JOSEPHINE 
TICKELL 
THANK YOU 


To everyone who help- 
ed Re-elect her to the 





EDUCATION 




















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off last July, and in the United 
States, a bill authorizing $597,- San Antonio 430B 
000,000 In emergency ald to Sherritt G. 305 

France, Italy and Austria was 









passed by the Senate, 


















checkoff system. 









BOARD Stratford, $22.75 delivered to 
farmers, .$22.90 to truckers 
OF while at Hull unchanged $22.75 


| 
| 
| Pie 


THANKS 


| WISH TO TAKE THIS OPPORTUNITY 
OF THANKING THE ELECTORS OF 





- BELLEVILLE FOR MY RE-ELECTION AS 


ONE OF YOUR UTILITY COMMIS- 
SIONERS AND PROMISE TO CONTINUE 
MY BEST EFFORTS ON YOUR BEHALF. 


AGAIN THANKS! 


F. R. WOTTEN ~ 













+ TO MY MANY, 
MANY FRIENDS 


AND 


SUPPORTERS - 


MY MANY, 


MANY 


THANKS Minas 
sia ei 
/ D. L. STOREY 


, sree : » J] Commerce to the Ontario Cham- 
| i : ber of Commerce. _ : 


nearly double the 1346 total of 


pounds, : 
International Milling Co., re- 
ported new all-time high earn- 






rsing 
regular dividends included Trad- 
G. Tamblyn 















Stocks in Toronto were lower 
in dull trade with golds leading 
the downward drift while Mont- 
real industrials were irregular 
and in New York a few Individual 
stocks advanced mode: 
though many leaders faltered. 

Cotton prices eased while grain 
in Chicago softened and in Win- Upper Canada 250B 
nipeg oats and barley were weak. 
Livestock prices, however, wete 









tely al- 


firm in active trade In Totonto, Noranda 47B 
God's Lake 98 TORONTO LIVESTOCK 


Eldona 115 


Winnipeg and Montreal. Egg 
trading in Toronto was quiet with 
lower grades in short supply. 
butter prints advanced a cent. 


wall’s four-day milk strike end- Braz. Trac. 20 
ed last night, but deliveries are Can. Cement 18B 
not expected to begin until Fri- 
Sey ha eeradg delay in getting 
plan in operation. 
Officers of Local.478, United Cockshutt Plow 11 3-4B plain to medium butcher 
Distribution Workers - 


in the city’s f.ur dairies, pend- 
ing negotiations for higher wag- 


es, holidays with pay and a 








HOGS 
Toronto, Dec. 3 (CP) —Hog 
prices remained unchanged at 


delivered and wunquoted off 
truck, in markets reporting ear- 



























is wage 
the basic steel industry. In Wash- 
Labor Schwell- 








were mixed, foods and oils about 


even. r 
Senior golds eased fractions for 

Bralorne, Hollinger, Kerr Addi- 

son and 10 at $295 for Wright 


Hargreaves, Better juniors were 
Canadian Malartic, 


4 juesne, 
Sylvanite, Sullivan and losers in- 
cluded Beaulieu, Conwest, Croin- 
or, Delnite, Giant, Lunward, 
Madsen, Negus, O'Brien, Pay- 
master. Base metals were down 
for Smelters, Nickel, Labrador, 
MacDonald, Waite Amulet, Silan- 
co, Sherritt, Quemont. 


PRODUCE MARKET 


Toronto, Dec. 3 —- (CP)—Pro- 
duce prices in the spot market 
here today were reported as fol- 
lows: : 

Churning cream unchanged, 
No. 1 1b. 68 fob, 72 delivered. 

Butter prints unchanged, Ist 
grade 67, 2nd grade 64, 3rd grade 
62. 


Eggs: Receipts of grade A large 
Siscoe 48B and grade A medium are up and 
Sladen M. 42 1-2B prices have declined slightly, 
Sullivan 205 other grades firm with unchang- 
ed prices; wholesale to retail, A 
large 51-52, A medium 49-50, A 
pullet 45, B 45, C 36-37; country 
shippers quoted graded eggs, cas- 
es free, A large 47-47%, A medl- 
um 45-45%, A pullet 42, B. 42, C 


Mu, 
Butter solids, 1st grade 64 3/4, 
Malartic 208B 
Madsen 330B 2nd grade 6042-62. 


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Toburn 70B 
Ventures 750 
W. Amulet 460 
Wr. Hargreaves 206B 







































‘Toronto, Dec. 3 (CP) —Cattle 



























prices remained generally un- 













TORONTO changed in the livestock market 
Bell Telephone 170 1-2 up to mid-session here today. Cal- 
B.A. 22 3-8B ves, hogs, sheep and lambs re- 
mained steady. Receipts reported 


Brewing Corp. 23 7-8 
by the Dominion Marketing Ser- 
vice were: Cattle 500, calves 150, 
Can. Ind. Alcohol 16 1-4 hogs 400, sheep and lambs 400. 

C.P.R. 13 1-2 Weighty steers: were bringing 
Canada Car 13B $13-$15.75 a hundredweight with 





















steers 
Con. Smelting 94 1-2 and heifera st $11-$13.25 with 
Dominion Foundries 29 3-8 boners down to $8, Butcher cows 
Dominion Stores 26B brought $7.50-$11 with canners 
Fanny Farmer 49 1-2B down at $5-$6, Bulls were $7.50- 
Foard “A” 22,1-2B $10.50 with fed yearlings $13- 


































Gypsum 16 3-8 $15.75. 

tans Ol 14 1-4 Calves were steady at $17-$18 
Int. Nickel 32 1-2 for choice with plain to medium 
Inter. Pet 12 5-8 heavys at $10-$13. Grassers for 


Imp. Tobacco 13 7-8 
Loblaw - ray 

Massey Harr: 

Mont. Power 15 3-4B 
McColl-Frontenac 12 5-8 
Power Corp. 13B 

Steel of Canada 77 1-28 
Walker's 26 1-4 


slaughter brought $8-$9.50, 
Hogs remained steady at $23 
for grade A and $22.60 for Bl. 
Sows were $15 dressed. 
Lambs were steady at $15.25 
for good ewes and wethers ship- 
ped by rall and $15 Sy truck, 
Bucks were at a $1 discount and 
culls were mostly $11 cwt. 
Sheep were nger at $4 
U.S. Steel 75 3-8 * $8.25, 


Boards of Trade Plan to Root Out 
And Combat Communist Activities 


Ottawa, Dec. 3 —(CP)— The , istic instigation or support.” 
36th annual meeting of the On-| The resolution was one of sev- 
trio Asocated Boards of rade |qrat passed as delegates from var 
cluded today with adoption of a|lous parts of Ontario ended two 
resolution urging “all member |days of discussion on topics in- 
organizations to search out and/cluding communism and the 
combat at every turn all cated ped value of free enterprise. To back 
in thelr respective communities} 1 the discussion the delegates 
went on record as “wholeheart- 


which appear to have Commun- 

edly supporting the free enter- 

prise system.” 
They ‘expressed this support in 
a resolution which sald that the 
rights of free citizenship to work 
and earn a living could not be 
delegated to the state without a 
corresponding loss of personal 
liberty. - 
“A government bureaucracy 
can never possess the dynamic 
qualities of private enterprise 
functioning under the constant 
stimulus of competition,” . said 
-|| the resolution. 
Prior to passage of the resolu- 
tions, C, A, Pollock of Kitchener 
was re-elected president of the 
organization. Norman Moore of 
Brantfordl was elected vice-presi- 
dent and Alastair Conacher of 
Hamilton was-reappointed secre- 
tary-treasurer. 

Earlier, the delegates heard 
three. addresses.. Dr. E. A. Arch- 
ibald of Ottawa,.director of Dom- 
inion Experimental Farm Ser-+ 
vices, warned of the dangers fac- 
ing agriculture unless there is 
a change in crop policies. E. C. 
Cross of Toronto, dir¢ctor of com- 
munity programs in’ the Ontario 

ent of Education, talked 
on adult education in a changing 
world(~and Gratton O'Leary, 
associate editor of the Ottawa 
Journal, spoke on the respon- 
sibilities of citizenship. 

In connection with plans for re- 
organization, delegates decided 
to change the namie of their body 
from the Ontario Associated 
Board of Trade and Chambers of 




























































































































































oy tea 
“ SAGA: From | 3 = into” QY 
— fed baer is tamed 
” ‘to wear!” See Zeller’s Gift-right 
. “assortments, ‘priced with consid=_ 
- eration for the Christmas Budget! 















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@ SIZES 12 TO 20 





A pet of a Blouse for a 
Precious Formal 


Lady 7 

enough to wear with a long 

skirt for Grand Occasions. 

Of dainty crepe fabric, in 

white, pink, maize, blue or. 
trimmed 








































Gift-Value ...... 


Carryalls ! 


PLASTIC and 





STYLE AS SHOWN 


Tailored style with soft 
and adjustable 
strap that can be worn ov- 
er-the-shoulder length! — 
Equipped with change purse 
and mirror. Zippered. Black 
or brown; calf grain or pa- 
tent 












“CARRYALL"” 








@ AS SHOWN AT RIGHT 
Wit hone zippered and one 
snap-f: ied compartment 
cs, papers, mon- 
and smaller compart- 
ments with mirror and 
comb, Of Plastic calf- 
grain in black, 

brown, red ........ 








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SHOP EARLY 
IN THE DAY! wile eA 
jonable colours including red, 


powdcr blue, pear’ 
grey, dark brown and black. A 
“right” Gift for any lady on 


list. Pair S$ ....... 


SHOP EARLY 
IN THE WEEK! 








BABY-CHENILLE 
HOUSECOATS 


e Sizef: Small, Medium, Large | / j 
@ Style Shown and Others 


6.95 


Your choice of white, 
American Beauty, rose, 
turquoise, copen 

blue, with border trims 
and heart - shaped mo- 
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ing didarts 

iknow’ will: be 
md cakes. sack. oen 

“hight ‘begin “to clése in early, the 

cgme of;' the long ‘evenings signify 

pe t armth within’ the home and the glad 

heh heen reparations!are begun, necessarily mostly 

Two SakaGnil tothe young who are not to 
: es aré to. be}inow before Christmas. morning~ what 

avely, gifts may be theirs in their stockings 
mrtor beneath the evergreen.tree. -. 
“| Preparation for Christmas has a unique 
attraction for; it brings -work and labor 
which no one refuses to do'so inspiring is 
the season. 

Outside the. home in the busy world of 
the shops and stores there ‘are those who 
help to make the season happy. Modern 
business has achieved many things and 
one of these is the ability to: provide the 20 YEARS AGO latter has been the undisputed 
setting and the cheer and the gifts for the Dec. Sed, 1927 speed king of the city aud young 
merry days of Yule. There is a natural de- Thomas, after gaining a repu- 
light in shopping, surrounded by shelves) A protit of $80.00 was realiz- | [i By | bealng tne lester 
laden with myriads of gifts of all kinds to| ¢¢ from the Belleville Tourist | feng his title, The boys went 





























































Sa Mi 


“Only one gallon, pleaso—I expect the Finance Company to snatch 
the car away from me any minute now!” 


LOOKING BACKWARDS 


GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF BY-GONE YEARS. 


Banat Se ‘ 


Firefighters spray chemicals on the burn- ; Tacoma 
ing wreckage of the automobile which was |infant and 
hit and crushed by an Alaska Airlines RC-4 | 23 others we jured. One of the 
‘passenger plane that crashed and burned | fated plane’s four motors is shown at 
in an attempted landing at the Seattle-| left. 


“Letter to the l 


































) ities’ are to be,protected and provision for 
the safeguarding of places. of deep spirit- 
> pal meaning to three religions. It is plan- 
‘med to: pirreserve existing cultures and 
tongues. 
Ttie New York Times says that the de- 
cision on partition has been made after 2 
“fnvestigation and full and fair 


thorough 
debate. It adds, “It has been clear for many 


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PERSONAL HEALTH TALKS | 


By WILLIAM BRADY, M.D. 




























































































































































































The atmosphere in most hdmes|all came through the 

in the winter time is extremely | pretty good condition so far 

dry and therefore uncomfortable | skin, mucous membranes, tem- =~ 

and unhealthful for young or old|pers, furniture, book bindings @ 

alike. Perhaps the young ones|and health were concerned. d 

show fhe ill effects of the Sahara-| it is always advisable to eva, * 

like atmosphere more by irrita-}porate water in the heated atmos- 

tion and stuffiness and “catarr-|phere of the house, office or 

hal” states of the respiratory mu- | building, for the sake of comfort 

cous membrane and by chapping}and health. I believe it saves 

cracking and eczematous reac-jfuileto do so, because a yoom 

tions of the skin; the old ones, | temperature of 68 degrees F. and,’ 

whose mucous membranes and/say, 30% relative humidity he 

skin are generally too dry any-/more comfortable, less “chilly,” 

way, suffer from chronic winter/than a room temperature cf 72 

cough (recurring chronic bron-/degrees F. and only 20% relative 

chit) fe Cigna Sto humidity. : 

speak frarkly, pee sei - it for yourself and see. ~ ry: 

ty to trifing changes ef tempee- ne re 

ature, drafts, chilliness NSWERS 

like. Please, old timers, let's not QUESTIONS & AS 

thes or Be about this. I am co Senge ae " 

as fond of comfort as any one > 

but what I'm trying to tell you Political School Board = 

feel fromm chilliness, * paddea 
m iden 

change, draft and the like is|Plans to have 

merely discomfort and it has{Ctines installed in nine grade. : 

nothing whatever to do .with your | Schools so bottles of a kola bev- * 

immunity to or your susceptibil- |¢rase will always be available to ' 

ity to any illness and df. pleases |the pupils who have the price. 


{Signed letters pertaining personal and not to distwe, 
5 - Camp this season,_which was | off well together, Hickey hav- @iagnosis sor treatment, will be answered by Dr. ifm stamped self- 
months that the present precarious dead-}make the human heart happy at a time gether, cy Br a ve 
Jock in-Palestine required some new sol-|when no one must be left to be unhappy| fuscsui wotten, eS A ing te eS hte ae | Re Gas Utility ink Owing “to the niuraber of jetters Tecetved only : tw cas = 
ution. “It has-been equally clear that the|while the people would enjoy Christmas| man of Tourist and Publicity in | first turn was reached. Hickey ciructions. "Address Dee i Brady, care of this oewreaper) = 
most appropriate ‘forum in which to find|and partake of its joys. = * this year’s council. The total | trailed him closely for about | paitor, ARE YOU WINTERING IN THE SAHARAT 
DPRK General AssembI: expenditure this season was | half a mile, them Thomas, urg- | Ontario Intelligencer. : 
Such:a-salution. was the y é —— $200.00 and. this was paid out.| ed on by his friends cut loose 4 No matter what method of | such tank. ; he 
y Fat 
of the United Nations.. The Assembly has .of the receipts, In 1926 there | and set a whirlwind pace. His I have for many years advo-|heating you use it dries out the! ‘Toting all that water around : 
now made its choice, and its decision e : were 478 cars and 1586 people | long strides carrfed him along | cated closing down our gas plant, |air, and moisture must.be added | 4. Joint a job and I 
should command the acquiescence, the re- Light Snow » registered, and this season there | at a remarkable rate and he be- |s0 that the loss might be taken |to.the warmed up air to make} venerally eraninn the teen i 
“and the loyal’ support of all nations le 2 gure sdaees ee er tad inon bet eae T have Sue art : felt that "0 if in, ortable and healthful to) ring came — to ried nothing of: \ -@ 
‘ e reg When about ni: id bee: ve always fe! ve = vena 
spect People have again just become famillar| Py cee welts has returned covered, Thomas pects rs charge the loss on gas to the tax- ait cams thcough the i erie 
as 


payer and withhold the profit on 
the other utilities was absolutely 
dishonest, This jonesty I am 
perfectly aware is upheld by act 
of parliament. This doesn’t make 
it any the less dishonest, it makes 
it more 50, 

When I was Mayor my under- 
standing was that in the event of 
closing the gas plant, gas users 
would be recompensed in some 
way or other. In my opinion the 
gas utility has had fair treatment 
by the Utilities Commission but 
has been quite unable to compete 
with our cheap electricity, 

The electric utility has there- 
fore profited tremendously, so 
much so that Inany cuts In rates 
were given and users also were 
bonused in.cash. It is therefore 
only logical that those who pro- 
fited so much on electricity 
should take care of the loss or 
part of the loss on gas. Why 
should the property owner have 
a pistol put to his head and be 
told that “you and you clone 
shall pay all the loss on this gas 
plant, which for years you didn't 
want?” P - 


a anil all peoples.” : with snow and an articie in the New York 

: « the decision to the city from Lindsay where | by about a third of a lap,and 
g: ¢ Farther on its says, aie oon Times gives'some lore about the approach} he was connected with the C. as going. like a scared. jack 
the United Nations; it is the best decision of snow which will be enteresting to many N. R. for the past few months. | rabbit. Then Hickey slowed up 


which that great agency of world opinion ially those who find it neces- Messrs. Ralph Bird and Aus~ | and retired from the race. 


discover trust persons tin Walters are home from | Tho: finished the mil da 
habe feraca bm willing pari of — rad cary to keep a close regard on the weather's Queen's Medical College, King- | imade a loesl record. She time 


sage fubnee it tn ” changes. The Times writer who knows life | ston, to spend the weekend. announced was three minutes 
w volves. 


Peitis to be hoped that the Holy Land witl|# the country provides some Intrigning 30 YEARS AGO. ienuwe 
find in this step the. solution to,the prob- 


information about the marks of the wea- 
Dec. 3rd, 1917 
; ther as it relates to coming of snow. He 50 YEARS AGO 
| Jems which have vexed that country, es- B 
fan pecially of late. 


says, “Between major assaults the Weather | __ The December session of the Dec, 3rd, 1897 
ee \ Y 1 tid in B ste ° “ 


Hast! County C 11 will 
Man cranks his sky-churn and whips up a) Hosngs cimay Tomorrow | Our dally snow was on time 
Britain will'have an autoless Christmas. 
Such-is the. edict even for those who have 


froth of light dry snow. Then he calls for} afternoon. Warden McLaren, |. this morning. 
a moderate breeze, turns the churn upside suere of Tyendinage, will pre- The Selatise ls Pgs good 
down and the snow drops casually and un-| "Sr . pssketball match at tho | "The monthly meeting of the 
hurriedly on meadows and woodlands. The] y. mc. A. bet: the “Fren- on Me ill be held 
esuntryman claims one can tell when the| chies” and the “Sam mies” the Dice. iO 2 
kept petrol for that happy day. The Mont- 
real Herald remarks, ‘Well, Santa ing 11 to 6. For the “Sammles", | for Utica, N. Y. 
sleiph fi clouds make patterns of mackerel scales) prindie was the star and Mc- Dr. J. N. Simmons of Frank- 
has not yet traded in his sleigh for a snow-| 214 change slowly into light-gray high-| Cabe and Palmer were the best | ford was in town today. 
: mobile * I riding stratus it’s a sign of a minor storm. players for the ‘Frenchies’. The Mr. James Haggerty, M.P.P.. 
i and adds that “if Canadian, and other, If-the ge to dark stratus, begin following compe ear was a visitor in town today. ed 
of Britons have been prompt and cirrus chan Frenchies”, . The Rev. Newton Hill, p 
Ee  Siends Gs tate Gatiaieh et promp' par- |‘ thicken into nimbus and the cloud-veil| palmer, H. Post, R. Ross and M. | tor of the Tabernacle, will 

















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little snows are coming. When cirrus] latter team won, the score be- Miss Stella Jenkins left today 
touches the tops of mountains across the | French; “Sammies", — J. Mas- | preach In the Foxboro Metho- 





can Merry ‘on, H. ley, E. Prindle, A. day evenin A : 
<wels,the epic - ue ae do not | Valley then a real storm is on the way. On, Hurley Taudson. "The | oat churn Sunday evening | We are still faced with the 1946 | 2 call # “cold.” - eaaest 
” “Tt is an axiom in the country that one| referee was H. P. Ellis of the Miss Smart of this city is the |£s operational loss of $7,390.37.| In the pamphlet on Humidifiea-|_ Answer — And of course the 
of compete with the Christmas bells. YMCA. staff. f the Rev. C. T. Lewis | Why was this not paid? And we/tion (mailed on written request |ice cream people, the candy ma- 
: can expect a bit of snow either side of the ic. guest of the Rev. Se ee th eerie uv a aes me eee eck ee 
* People of Britain have the spirit in them th If thin high clouds . and Mrs. Lewis at the Rectory, a further opera-|if you provide stamped self ad- | kers, rs, 
3 ;. 1 Christ- full of the moon. gh clouds are 40 YEARS AGO eed. tional loss for 1947 of probably |dressed envelope) I suggest.sim- | Vendors and others will be in- 
ia which will make Chris-mas a real ¢ drifting across the moon and there’s a Miss Nellie Foley is visiting | $12,000. We have a further loss|ple, practical ways of inaintain-|Vited to set up their. stalls and ; 
S mas no ‘matter what the degree of auster- yish-yellow diffused halo about it he is Dec. 3rd, 1907 friends in Picton. on gas debentures to’ take care jing a fair degree of humidity in | keep their products always avail- 
a ity the people of the Isles are asked to meet. Pea sonatiy corthin that anow Will dal in| Sk ‘Themes Wing Aesin. | Me. Arthar ‘Waltyridge,, om [Sf soounNg 30 abous 615000 aii the: indoor aie | ie the winter a oD. aie Eanol poardoees the 


year until 1952, and when taxes|time. Formerly I named various | Price. The school board members 
go up so do rents. makes of humidifiers or air-con- |Pprobably would not ask the ad~- 

Now my ideas are thatsome|ditioning equipment, but no 
provision be made for gas users;more. I offer only the reasons 
and at once, The old stoves could | why, and leave'to you the chcice 
be taken in at a fair valuation, be |}of means. No one has the right 
reconditioned and shipped to To-|to use my name or anything I| Want nor take advice from any- 
ronto for sale. Gas users should |have said, to promote the sale | body. In my opinion it is harmful 
have their houses wired for elec- | of his product or humidifying in- 
tric stoyes at the expense of the|stallation; furthermore, no one |2 child to indulge in such sweet- 


good know old Belleville boy, has been 
Fe ae eae Ashore caine: SF ooe in the night. Light snow in the night TREADS: ee ae ane Rar re-elected correspondance sec= 
is the tight little island, the scene of immem: beauty in the morning. one mile race. between Fd. | retary of the New York City 
ss ze Yeasts and gatherines. Th “The barns, houses, corn cribs and silos} Thomas and Jewell Hickey: The © Press Club, 
2 orable Yuletide aap ogre 88. Ney | wear fresh cloaks. The: sumacs, birches 
Q will help to make time mae a and wild cherries above white-topped walls 
. . though the economic stringency is tg hold ermine-furrell arms to the slanting 


Reports of the remarkable upsurge of | <n rays. ‘The tall, symmetrical elm by the 
























YOU'D BE SURPRISED 









luction of coal teel in Britain in tilit issi id th - do so. ened, carbonated nerve excitant « 
reat eksiare mi roof f the type of pasture spring looks like aigrey and white By GEORGE W. STIMPSON mission should float a bond issue "3 a RENE = i Ee Jo | instead of taking needed food... 
a hich di usb Toba Bull. rhere| Vase: The pines, hemlocks and spruces are y . while interest rates are still low, | 9. tre tek ot Niagara Falla T —— 
®t, oo doubt that the Briton has girded hime, | ‘helt formal ogtats of green snd white, INFORMATION ROUNDUP of enough to take care of this| spent most of my spare time lug-| _ ee 
ik no e in gird The cattails at the swamp’s edge are white f + aise: Revtlabrnin SE's giuctieal tee -0b Heal capenditace. teeied’ 1G tee ging water about the house to|““fewas much interested in your 
*: selt to the task. exclamation points among the hummocks What is the purpose of the, Eng > near future, keep_a dozen evaporators. filled | description of “yankee stomach, 












mind seriously to object to the 


monocle? so we gould enjoy the balmy |for it seems to me you have put 











is . ; and high bush blueberries, The mowing F sending of any monocled diplo-| $100,000 or at the least, $50,000 ; 

8 2 monocle, ‘a single eyegloss climat¢ of the Bahamas.at home. | your finger on a weak spot in our 

fe Making a City fields and sidehill pastures throw jewel econ fond in the eye socket, was | Tat to represent their country in 4 ro city snoals be auenes Oras {OT cach radiator, (hot water, not |way of living, Please send me 

Hee: = glints back to the sun. There is beauty on |orlginally eenenes for Ledeen re a ratte of fact, monocle- | debentures and other sums men- or reneieole holding a few or Sere (H. D.) 
4 Great numbers of Belleville citizens went | the countryside after a light snow.” with defective vision in one eye.| Ot. "Is a continental rather |toned above, and ‘I believe if [Of reservoir holding a few gel- ; 


In theory the monocie not only 
corrects the vision of the eye in 
which it is worn but also re- 
Neves the strain on the other, It 
may serve a real yurpose when 
made by an optician to fit a par- 
ticular eye.’ 

Though sometimes worn by 


application be made to the muni- 
cipal board that permission would 
be given. There is no use of 
anybody throwing up their hands 
in holy horror at this suggestion. 
It is the only decent honest thing 
to do, and meantime the plant 
might be kept open till April. Ist., 


fee to the polls on Monday to decide the mem- 
bership of the representative civic bodies 
than most people expected would take the 
time to cast their ballots as all citizens 
should do. No ‘citizen is there who is not 
pleased ‘with this fact—the larger numbe 


than a British custom. Many 
scholars, statesmen, soldiers and 
businessmen on the continent 
have been addicted to the single 
eyeglass. For generations. the 
monocle was a favorite among 
German army olficors. Armand 
Calinescu, the Rumanian premier 


wire frame was a strip of wick- | _Answer—the pamphlet Yankee »- 
ing or cloth similar to Turkish | Stomach deats with acid stomach. * 
towel in many folds dipping into | Copy mailed on written request if ° 
the water, Warm air rising from|¥u provide stamped self ad-" 
radiator, register or stove evap- | dressed envelope. 

orates the water from this wick—|{ (Copyright 1947, by John Dille 

a gallon or two a day from each Co.) — ‘ 


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Whoever fails to turn aside the ills of life 
by prudent forethought, must submit to 
the course of destiny.—Schiller, 




























ig of votes cast. . b aarebeer | na cee ae ine who was assassinated in 1929, lost ep ‘eA Pt ee a chance 

Bes andies and “bogus counts” for!an eye in childhood and hapitu- | to make up their minds. 

ee 1n choosing the makeup of these bodies - effect alone, even at the present | aiy pda a binck monoclo Lastly the Mayor, whoever he ' Nines : 4 
Re! the people place the future of the commun- JUST FOLKS time the monocle very rarely {8} Monocles were once common in| May be from year to year, should ¥ 

foe ty for the coming year in the hands of worn entlrely for ornament. the British army because spec-|remember that he is an active SCOTT'S SCRAP BOOK F By RJ SCOTT : 
S ho been voted into places of ; “Monocle” is a hybrid word of |tacies. were forbidden while|member of the commission and - 4 
Es those who have voted into p: of re- By EDGAR A. GUEST re French origin, a tact suggesting | single eyeglasses were not. In|not a figurehead. He must act- 

is sponsibility as guardians and representa- (Copyright, 1947, Edgar A, Guest) that the single eyeglass may have | 1943 the British Admiralty ruled |ively “manage” and not be a “re- 

| ___ tives of the people's privileges and rights as ee been grrench lavention, , Ze [that an lficer ment choose be- porter {a ctu fe has equa 

ay . yaa : n wearin ctacles y wi ie other two 

re citizens of a.cityior town. ¥ UNSPOKEN THOUGHT Greek “monos,” sole, and Latin nwcen. if ate dl piarigh ea members and there is no reason 

6% Municipal government remains the most ‘ “oculuh,” eye, and literally means | with the efficient performance of |for him to ask-council’s opinion. 





intimate government the people have for] «phe baby Jooks like me!” Neg tah hs mai eg a 
they can make the community what they “My ees and nae i it listed in the Oxford dictionary. NO” RACING 
together wish to make it. A multitude of Monocles . may be older than 
local questions calls for solution and the eens eae ine his-little head, P petaercorst plies caeeline ina Miami, Dec: 3 — (AP)—There 

- citizens’ representatives deal with these—| ' y - Higea of the monocie may hava | Will be no racing at Gulfstream 

Park today for the second straight 
the very life of the city. That is why two 4“ alt , while hi fa sett! 

“ communities differ in individuality. No two - mougye Like yours his chin and ment in the deadlock. that Closed 

really. same Cc. ay aiter 
aaa at Aten Vary fuse on And eyes of blue; ; tor the ceneon hung ona fecuiten 
R they do with peal ci who can bes be ir age if later on he grows 
oe 'o be like you? 
exactly alike in their attitudes. 5, 


The other commissioners don’t go 
asking other people’s advice. 
They are supposed to know what 
to do." That is what they are 
there for. 


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Jamieson Bone, 


PERMANENT POST FAMILY 


a ceeing Creek, Suscnsiend, 
- ustralia —(CP)— Eighty years 
petween gibt managgyent and azo the first oa delivered mall 

o is tiny settlement. ay, 
t The ores Let sna Sunday | the same post office is In use and 
OF An tne reaee nimum Purs-|the same family is in charge and 
es from $2,000 to $2,500 and for/the present postmaster remem- 
daily purses of no-less than -|bers that memorable day 
000,. exclusive of stake races. . 

Sy resparaths ov peiharet 






Keyssler, the Europeon’ traveller 
and writer, recorded that in 1740 
a diplomat nama Philip von 
Sto: wore a@ single eyeglass in 


Rome, 

In the, United: States the mon~- 
ocle is regarded not only as an 
Indispensable part of thé outfit 
of a European fop, but also as the 
universal attribute of the typical 
stage Englishmen -of the upper 








are e 5 “Happy and proud you are today! 
x nant ward” Now let him see f 
z,, Looking: Fo: , : é ‘In you the man long years away 
wWiwith the thought’ of the annual You’d have him be.” 
ige'in civic bodies out of the way and " 
for another year, citizens will pre-| . I didn’t speak these thoughts of mine: 
mselyes for the holiday season, the Such things aren’t done, 








‘ : MINER AT 85 
PRESTIGE UNIFORMS . : 
Cardiff, Wales — (CP) — Wil- 
Flelxtowe, Suffolk, England —| liam (Granite Jake) Jacobs, coal |. 
(CP) — Deciding it was “neces-|miner, apparently didn't want to 


classes. .The tendency of Ameri-|sary” for Suffolk's prestige, |tire at 85. When“ his employ-| 


4 : of ‘all the of the * “Tees cans to ridicule the monocle as|health inspectors will weir 9 £26]ers retired, he told them he was 
time seasons year.| I shook his hand and said: “It’s fine the badge of social snobbishness 10s ($106) uniform so they will |“At enough to work another 10 


paninow, begin to count the days to _ To have a son.” ae... |and ‘affectation has led many | look “offical” years. 


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Thompsun,” of Madoc, spent a0 
evening recently at the home of 
Mr, and. Mrs, W.. J. Logue.}- 
Mr.’John* Guefriero, a student 
at Clarkson Coilege of Technol- 
cgy in Malone, N.Y., visiled his 
grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J: E. 
O'Donnel, recently. 

Muss Flossiei:ulin is spending 
some time in Midoc. - > 

Mr. and }Mrs  J.L. Good 
spent Saturday in Toronto. 

Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Baker, ot 
Elmvale, spent last Wednesday in | - 
town. 

Mr, and Mrs. Everett Cooke 
were Sunday guests of Mr. and 


Mrs. Hliam Rocgers. 
- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Hulin of 


































































Madoc, spent’ Sunday’ with Mr. 
and Mrs. H.E. Hulin, 

Dr. Jack Waixer, of Kingston, 
( 4 . a spent ‘the weekend with his 
‘ ~~ : oer —— parents, Kev. and Mrs, W. H. 
Addressing delegates at the U. N. Gen-j tion of Palestine. His stand on the contro- [y. waiter, 


eralAssembly, Gen. Carlos P. Romulo, of | versial question came asa surprise of the.| Mr. Edward Montgamery, of 


the Philippines, is shown as he anuounced }day. Sabor, eat 3 ep with Mer. 


his government’s opposition to the parti-; < Herbie.* 

: Mr. and Mrs. Herb David 
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs 
R, Williams and Mrs, T. Wil- 
dams, of Huards. * | 

Mr. and Mrs. © Rollins 
spent the weekend Toronto, 
as guests of ‘Mr. and Mrs. H. 
Sills. ‘ 

Mrs. J. McConnell left on 
Friday to spend the winter in 













am 


- Miss Jean Shannon, of Peter- iggy aries sgn ee seeeen 
borough, spent the weekend with ¢ latter’s paren’ Tr. an 
her sooty Mr. and Mrs. Michael] og pyar ia oo hag 
*of Campbdell-| Shannon. 5 t . 
alee fori is visiting bine M 5. eal Mr. James Loveless, of Peter-| Corbyville. spent eed with 
i > oney. borough, spent the weekend at|Mr.'and Mrs. Lewis Phillips. 
Be ‘Mr. and Mrs. Harold Crossen of| his home in Deloro. Mr. Jack Williams, of Speer 
Belleville, ‘were recent. visitors} Mr. and Mrs. Ted Symonds, of| ough. spent the weekend w 
with relatives here. Dartmouth, N. S., are visiting the| friends here. 


% ° ge 
Stirling 
Stirling. (Sptcial.) .— Sunday 

guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. 

Logue were Mr. and Mrs  Ger- 

uld Fitchett, of Campbellford; 

and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reid, 

of Minto . 





with relatives in Guelph. 









“Canada, big and large, is 
splendid example of how civil- 
ized man adapts himself- to. his 
environment.”  « 






Chicago, with hcr daughter, Mrs. 












r . 5 red by|_ Mr. R. Farky, of Regina.) 1. 8B. Thompscn. é 
Mr.'A. F. Fraser and Reeve R.|latter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs.|__ Ata euchre party sponso Sask, was a gucst last week of| ‘Miss shiciey iy a 
E. Neal attended the  Tweed/ Earl O’Connor, St. Paul's Ladies’ Guild in the Mr, and Mrs. Milton Bird ard|peen a Batieat sy noun Tells It to Santa—- Mrs. Muriel Jones, out from 


Birmingham, Eng.,; just five weeks, had a special request to 
make of Santa Claus at Brantford. What she wanted was 
her mother to come to Onfario, too. Muriel’s husband, a 
former R.A-F. pilot, works at a Brantford factory. 


Chamber cf Commerce dinner on| Mr. H. Barnes, of Toronto, spent| Parish Hall on Thursday even- 


ecinesday ‘evening. Fs + _ | ing, Mrs. I. Nickol won the gen- 
Misses Betty Grant’ and Carol Eat Oconngn <pemas = tleman’s prize, playing as gentle- 
Stanton, student nurses at Belle- 


man, and Mrs. P. Brawley and 
ville General Hospital, visited W. A, Attends St, Paul's | Mrs. J. Murray tied for the ladies’ 
the former’s parents, Mr. 


3 rize. 5 
There was a large attendance at e Mrs-"M. Gawley spent Thurs- 
St. Paul's on Sunday morning| gay in Peterborough. 
when. the W. A. attended for! Mrs, Charles Phillips is il] at 


Mr. and Mrs.iW. Lindenfield, | Hospital for sore time, returned 
Oak Lake. home cu Wednesday much im- 
Mr. and Mrs, Percy Mumby' | proved in health. 
end Delbert, of Springbrook.| Miss Winnifred Hay, teacher 
spent Saturday evening at the|/on the 'ocal’ high school staff, 
a ol Mr. and Mrs. Evere't| was called home to Campbell- 
‘fooke. 
Mr, wis, Ae Bieta 


and Sheryl and <Ars. John Lung-| Messss. George Pollard and 








the room to question the Sargent 
boy about a report that he had 







SHOOTS SELF IN CLASS 





Corporate Communion. Belng St! the homevof her‘daughter, Mrs.!\vel). of Lindsay, were weekend Philadelphia, Dec, 3 —(AP)— told a classmate that he was go- 
Andrew's Day, the rector's: die! i. Boudreau. mucsts of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur | Suture Cncnde ety Gate | Donald Peabody Sargent, 14-| ing to end his life. 
course dealt w ¢ characteris- Rodgers and family. ville on Wednesday. year-old high school boy, shot 



















himself to death at an art class 
yesterday while a classmate 
looked on too terrified to stop 


ties of the first Christian disciple. ; Mr. and Mrs. ivan Caldwell 
: ° : Mr. ard Mrs, Clarence Al - 
Flowers on the altar were in Madoc -eceived word on Monday of the} rack, of Watertown.NY., sent 


memory, wae Salen aa Municipal Nominations |death ci Dr. ‘rank Zwick on| the weekend visiting the former's 








Sunday at Wate-loo, Ont. aunts, Mrs. Arthur Hulin, Mrs. 














the late Mrs. William Hay, of} Madoc (Special) — Madoc vil-| pr ~ ang Mrs Demorest of G. W. Hock him, police reported. 
Newmarket, being the gift of Mr.|1age nominations were held : in! Foxboro, and Mr. and Mrs. Allen Bush. lockey and Mrs. Herb. After the shooting Sargent, got i 
and Mrs, Percy Gray and Mr.! the Town Hall on Friday even- = —________—|_ Bell Telephone employees arejup from his seat in sbout the 


and Mrs. L. R. Rundle, -} ing. bus fa Starlis, urrot - f lassroom and 
Miss Martha Hardy, of Belle-; Results as follows: Reeve.| Miss Phylis Beatty of Toronto na. district ‘teeing new tales ta oie, ‘the teacher met the 


ville, spent a few days last week} George West, accl.; Councillors:| spent the weekend with her par- A i : r 

with Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pociluj-| Jack Kincaid, Phillip Rivers, ents, Dr. S. R. and Mrs. Beatty. | dergtood that eighty ‘new phones | walked within a few feet of the |« 

ko and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Poell-| Wesley Hulin, Jud McGowan, ac-| Wellington Munro Is spending} ore being added to the local dial | teacher where he fell to the floor. 

ujko at Deloro. clamation. a few weeks with his parents, Mr.! system. . Running from the room to 
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Smith! . Hydro: Dr. S. R. Beatty, and Mrs. G. Munro. 

and son, Ronald, visited relatives} School Trustees: Kenneth nic. Mrs. W. Blakely, of Rossmore 

in Madoc Township on Sunday. | ol, Percy Holland, R. O'’Riorden.| spent a few, days with Mr. and 
Mr. W. J. Cottrell’ visited) W. Hart, R. McCoy, Ken. West;| Mrs. Jesse Reid. 

friends in Madoc Township on] last three re-elected. Mr. Douglas Blue, .of Toronto, 













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’ their stay in Madoc. P 


Sunday. t. Jack Kincaid was nominafed| spent Sunday with his mother, WES STE: bes 30: | 
ganan n teste _ rier oa for reeve but weiter =f - Mrs. Margaret L meg ng is Open all Night te Give 24-Hour Service. ve : me i } 
spen' weekend with] Derry was nominated for coun- Major Rev, John Foote. V. C., ty ‘CLOC < . 
cf Toronto,| her’ parents, Mr, and Mrs. F.| cillor but withdrew Icaving the] and Mrs. Foote, were guests of Gan Pe gee Siauin 4k at cutesoae MENTHOLATUM e.., 
at his home| Sweet. - old council re-elected by accla-| Mr. and Mrs. Carl McCoy during : Di-st Gives COMFORT Dei/y DOM 











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Named Director of . | tealnee cacao on a 
Federated W.I. ‘ the | fine program, my sol ep rox me br scp 3 
a : Mrs. ton 2. Arvid le really vole fer cletheo—geenson a 


Toronto, Dec. 3 — (CP)—Mrs. 
sce siocted peeaitant of the Noa ly ‘ ce 
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erated Women’s Institutes of On- bia gd can ew By Thompson read: the 20th as 3. Arid is really safe for your shia. A: 














































: tarlo succeeding Mrs. Hugh Sum- ' parish as the scripture lesson. vanishing cream. Does sof 
Fresh apple sauce with hot mers of Fonthill, the Federation last ing thiy Remember” was the subject of ——— : aioe sures use Acrid chee aay of | 
gingerbread is a dessert that also announced today. a splendid pa given by the artes 
is sure to please. OB of rgreen| Other officers elected: Region- > Lewis, in the chair president; Miss Joyce Wallace Don’t be helf-eafe, Be Apidente, “ ! 
Apple Sauce—Wash. cut in al Vice-president, Mrs. Ben James cond: opening contributed a delightful solb and Wee Arrid—to be sure! 154, 394, S78 * 
quarters, but do not pare or core, d Almonte, Mrs. William McClure, : Mrs, C. Sills read a list of the = 
eight tart apples. Add one cup Brampton, Mrs. Milton Fisher, § names of missionaries sent by the NO OTHER deodorant 
iting Cover and Emo; Secretary-treasurer, Mrs. J. y 4 two parcels Presbyterian Church to foreign STOPS PERSPIRATION and ODOR 


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with a lovely ecru lace cloth; — bee = on — . : ccessful - * : 

and centred yy = ig oe silver i — 


cup sugar. : 
under-ripe they may require more 


Ginger Bread (Hot water)—In- 
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Ladies serving the guests at the 
ad — ee Mesdames 
Now that cold weather days are | Clark, Maxwell, Baldwin, Boyd, 
here again ‘more than ever it's|Pettle, Ferris " and Batchelor: 
the duty of every mother to see|While Mrs. Parsons and ‘ Mrs. 
that not a member of her family | Collier superintended the replen- 
leaves the house without a|shing of the plates and tea pots. 
breakfast. The kitchen committe was com- 
Here is a well-balanced menu |P0S¢d of Mesdames Spring, Hen- 
for that early-morning meal: | !¢¥, Muir and Cathers, 
fruit, frult juice, or tomato juice; on room treasurer was Mirs. 
hot cooked or ready-to-eat cereal Wn ae 
with top milk; toast. muffins, or| ,2" spite of the dampness and 
/ rolls; jam, marmalade, honey, or |SHill outside, the cheer and 
ve syrup: coffee or tea for adults | rightness of the tea room, with 
Zoe and milk or cocoa for children, |{2¢ spirit of good comradeship, 
Bacon, eggs, sausages or fish may |2¢¢¢d much to the success of 
be add€d to the above menu for | Worthwhile venture, the proceeds 
a variety. = of which are very satisfactory to 










by silver bead trimming By VEEA WINSTON 
gives the effect of ball fringe. 


Side shirring shapes the blouse| DESIGNED WITH an eye to 
through the waist. the young, trim, slim figure is this 
pretty coat of deep cocoa-belge 
BREAD AND BUTTER dresses,| woollen trigged out with brown 
ra dresses me are veer are Persian collar and cuffs, Below 
robe mainstay, t! 

right all through the day, every oe Sight ie =. pri s 


dey, are back ifn abundance. 
Smartly unobtrusive is a'dress of | {8 ® brown velvet band above 
the cuffs. The hip yoke reaches 


black alpaca crepe that has a 
two-piece look. The simulated] alt way round dipping in back, 
and the skirt js gathered all 


Soe i eomed wi aver et 
an wit ver but- 

tons and a sliver mesh belt. Skirt| around. A tiny brown Persian 
is knife-pleated all around. skull cap is worn with the coat. 
























































































Greetings ! 
to the Exhibitors and all those visiting the 
20th. ANNUAL CONVENTION 


and British Empire Dairy Show of the 


Central Ontario Cheese Makers’ 


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fresh in the cupboard for weeks — always “‘on the spot” 
for extra-quick baking, extra delicious results. 
IF YOU BAKE AT HOME=Iay in 2 good supply 
of New Fleischmann's Royal Fast Rising Dry Yeast 
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available, the table-waiter. There 
never need be any embarrass- 
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After a hurry-up shampoo with a good quality witch hazel, set pin? 
: * | mation, 


curls while hair is still molst 
remove surface dust. 

Part in several places, apply 
good quality witch hazel with a 
pad of gauze, rubbing the scalp 


By HELEN FOLLETT 


IT IS nearly always like that! 
The phone rings, you listen with 
pleasure, you exclaim “I'll be de- 
lighted! Sweet of you! Of course 
Tl come!” 

At once you think of your hair. 
It is a mess.. Ringlets seem to 
have strung out over night. You 
make a grab at the telephone, 
call your beauty operator and your 
heart sinks. She hasn't time for 
an appointment. 

Despair not. Though you have- 
n't the time or the heart to give 
your precious wool a soaping and 
rinsing, there is an emergency 
method that will tide you through. 
You can put your glorious crown 
in lustrous form and you can 
do it In a hurry. 

A Good Brushing 

Give your hair a rousing 
brushing, strand by strand, hold- 
ing each one away from the 
head, using the brush with a roll- 
ing motion, 








own and your husband's name 
briskly. Work carefully along the} on the cards, whether or not the 
temples, the forward hair line and | person to whom you are sending 
the nape. The‘flesh will glow,|s card knows both you and your 
showing that the circulatory | nusband. 
oye Seeeeeee: "eb gon wish ead ph op cnd 

With a fresh pad of gauze,|%* you * o 
dipped in witch harel, wipe a ing to some of the friends who 
small portion of the hair at a in ccaneie a "7 poner 
tlme, sweeping down to the ends. ae greetings, ant to tell 
Make Pin Curls you that we were married on De- 

All this shouldn't take more 


comoer sees Tll write you a 
than five or six minutes. While vied Nae ad » Happy New 
the hair is still damp, get out 


Year!” 

A wisc procedure is to 
your invisible hair pins, make pin! write oer married por and 
ac smaller each curl, the more nAteck Christ cand pevlatre de 

A t Opes. 
quickly the hair will dry. In-|)°” ae cage! 
cidentally, witch hazel dries 


Groom's Gifts to His Attendants 
much more quickly than water. 


You can go about your usual ac-| Dear Mrs. Beeckman, 
tivities and, within an hour or so,| My son is to be married soon, 
you can take down your curls,|=nd we both thank you for answ- 
be all set, looking pretty. pring in your cotumn a few days 
If you prefer metal curlers, do|sgo thc several questions that 
not roll them ;too far up the| were perplexing him as to his 
strand of hair, The less rolling,| part in the wedding procedure 
This grooming will| the sooner the drying. You told us exactly what we 













NOT ALL FEATHER, trimmed 
hats are trimmed with real feath- 
ers, From abroad—Paris, to be 
specific—comes a special grass, 
specially dyed and processed to 
absolutely simulate Bird of Par- 
adise fronds. Small hats trim- 
med with double sweeps of these 
grass feathers are designed for 
smart er wear. 





































A GOOD THOUGHT Is that 
of designers who make clothes 
for evening wear that are warm 
as well as pretty. A bolero, coupl- 
ed with a long, full skirt is of 
bright red woollen quilted 
all-over daisy design. With It a 
strapless blouse and cummerbund 
of black jersey to match the 
Jacket lining. 


DAINTY. DRESSES for after- 
dark wear abound in the shops. 
Black velvet, set with alternat- 
ing bands of shirred black crepe, 

























































attached, they aren't helped any 
py coming in contact with dust 


is used for a pretty dress that 
has a deep oval neckline, short 
sleeves, snug waistline and 
moderately long, flared skirt 


Originality is happily rife in 
the coat world. A beautifully cut 
coat, nice when worn as a wrap- 
around, or loosely hanging, is 
of black woolen lined with pink 
wool jersey—which shows on 
in| the high 

turned 


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novelist who wrote “The Crisis” 
and “The Uncharted Way,” is no 
relation to Britain's 
Prime Minister. 


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grime. Liquid polish 
for a fortnight or longer, de- 
pending upon how much wear. 
and tear the nails get. 
We are told that they are sur- 





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it not for this grand invention! 
Curly hair means more to some 
women than the vote. 

Artificial fingernails are 
trimmed to fit ine natural nail. 
They are slippea under the cu- 
ucle, attached with a liquid ad- 
Page There seems to be no 

fee for this treatment, but 
we heaz that the average charge 
is arouad five dollars. The time 
aecessary for the fitting and in- 
stallaticn Is close to an hour. 
bg includes putting on the pol- 


If you break a nail before 
:ome important social event, do. 
not sit down and bawl. Trot to 
the beauty shop and get a sub- 
rtitute. 




















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ATTENTION PLEASE. | May we draw your attention to the fact that we have not raised the price ‘ 
of our canned fruits, peas, corn, tomatoes and tomate juice since these items went off price controls. We 
have our items priced on a reasonable margin of profit, and in a great many items you will find our prices 
lower than many other stores. Our combined buying power enables us to buy in larger quantities and at 
lower prices, these savings we pass on to our many cutsomers throughout the city and country. If you are 
not a regular customer of any of our three stores it will pay you to start at once, not only from a savings 
standpoint but you will find many items that are still en the short side. 


CALIFORNIA 
BLEACHED RAISINS 
Per Ib. 


FRUIT JUICES 


NEW BRUNSWICK © 


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week fruit juices are going to be on the New carload just arrived, Our prices SPECIAL 2.22.2. ccccccccccccwstsecwccssoceteccs’ ‘ 
short side, BUY NOW while the stocks reduced this weekend, DILLS - 1 69 
are good, POPPING CORN erie rv) 20 A 
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RASPBERRIES, 20-oz. tin ........... 45c 20-02, tin........ sietacetomentes devect 3! 29°: 
STRAWBERRIES, 20-ox. tin 39¢ 40-OZ4TIN. ...... seeeeceecteatned sh eae BBO iy 
BLUEBERRIES, 20-ox. tin ... . 33¢ CANNED SALMON— CLARK'S IRISH STEW et 
Colprrrer scre Ragg - a Sockeye Red, Va Ib. Tie. BTe | U5-0m tha ....... eee sere eR TER TTA 19° h 
CANNED APPLES, 105.cs, i eae and veretables, the market has new oatecee Ya Wb. ... “s re SALTINE SODAS. 23" 
CANNED PINEAPPLE, 105-02... 1.59 sen a tons der ws a jou Pinks —" Moe Per. package .......+.+ sttsecteneceee seen gece SM rae fl 
where they were. While it Keta Pink, 1 fb. .... 38 | MIRACLE WHIP SALAD DRESSING. 27° 
PEA SOUP 2 tins 25 . ‘ Spe 8-or, siacanoe Ccsnusiouns er ee rls 
SSPEDER Sh abaseine éaseacnress WEET PICKLES Thay DR. B DOG FOOD. Ci 
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20 UB er sccsescscassasvees LIBBY COCOA BLACK DIAMOND CHEESE = 2 55 . 

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RAISINS 1b lc 330 BUY EARLY, PL, negroes 
Pe ere 237° weerows mARsiMALto WESTON'S e 
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don building built before 1670 
dealing with and whith the British govern- 
_— has designated as an “an- 

these obtained drugs from |cient monument.” ° 
ob oe Sir Robert Watson-Watt, radar | 
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eer lk Sr veted Vir ot) fishing or agriculture on & them.” ed the principal 
Chipa : 4 F scale. During the war years, some| He asks: “How can a university | drugs of addiction. 


men working under engineers of 
South Africa’s Defence Force 
showed great aptitude In many 
branches of engineering and con- 






which has been for years recog- 
nized as a centre of culture, pro- 
gress and tolerance allow such an 

struction work. attitude to prevail?” WITH IMPROPRIETY 
; He referred particularly to re- London, Dec. — (Reuters) — 
; 5 Seek Conwteh Bods serving of tables in the cafeteria, | Lord Colivyn, 33, has been ar- 
leaving little space for non-fra- | rested Ww gross 
soybeans contests. é . impropriety, it was learned at the 
ternity members, War Office last night. He will 
d and the neigh-| ““Did we go overseas to ‘come | appear at a court-martial Thurs- 

boring islands of Inaccessible and | back to the same kind of unfair|day. . 

Nightingale. These beds teem/|discrimination that we were} No details of the nature of the 







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* Ont. who" : oa with crawfish and are attractive | nonting against?” be asked. “And alleged ense were sree : 
x cham) , ‘ wiish | did we go overseas to protect the House of Lords, of which he is a/ ES HOUSEHOLD 
Grade ully exploited, or | young people of our community | member, that he will be charged 4 
sallow. perhaps depleted. In addition, the |so they could grow up, go to|under Section 41 of the Army || CQ@6O FAGLETS FINANCE. ns 
beans, waters around Tristan are rich|varsity and sit at thelr special | Act, which deals with civilian, as as of 
pct eacety : in fish, but very little is known | reserved tables?” distinct from military, offences, Corporation of Canada, 
4 - ST 
Tuesday's Miss Fetterly stands by. an old-grindstone, which |< 
permet rn sharpens her axe. She hopes to find an important new 
$ Manitoba ana mine before retiring from bush-hiking life. 












streetcar conductor. He was con- 
tent to leave the lst at 79 and 
spend the winter at ease, but 
when his friends told him he 


Wet Country 
Dry Throats could not run the count to an 
—— even 80, he said he begged to 


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SI ered Horse cently. has been Westland Prov- —_—— 
ince, in the South Island, where SEAMEN’S SPREE If 
y r the rainfall is about 200 inches Port Elizabeth, South Africa — 
country, tleship docked here recently the . 
John Horkan, 39-year-old taxi Traditionally hearty drinkers, | crew of 500 went on a spending 
driver charged with unlawfully line West Coasters. have been spree. They bought jewelry, ra- Z 
his horse, told diograms and novelties. Two uf fv ‘ 
as a protest against an increase | the crew bought refrigerators but : , 8 4 
in price of two cents a glass. The | could not obtain export permits, 
boycott was declared by the | ——————————————. 
frayed as a result and there have 
been several clashes, 
| One sawmill had to close down 
‘trees for the mill refused to ob- 
serve the boycott and continued 
‘| to -buy- his beer after work, En- 
it for awhile and then refused to 
work with him. It was several 
®|days. before they. could Be per- 


a year, easily the heaviest in the |(CP)— When an Argentine bat- 
slaughtering 
Magistrate Leonard McGee Tues- grimly observing a beer boycott 
Trades Council, controlling trade 
fro union body in the district and has % 
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your dishpan (about half as much as 
soap). Add water. VEL gives the water 
amazing new cleaning powet' that lasts 
long after suds dissolvé. YEL removes 
grease faster, more completely than 
soap—in hardest water. Your dishes, 
glasees sparkle like jewels, without the ves water 
touch of a towel. And VEL is milder to 
hands, free from soapy alkalis! 


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Starts His 80th Job 


Fort Erie, Ont., Dec, 3 — (CP) 
—George Bond, called “Pop” by 
most people in the Peace River 
Bridge area, thinks there's noth- 
ing like steady work, but as he 
prepared {6 tike his 80th job he 
inditated he likes a bit of variety 
too : 


His last job — ticket taker at} 
the women’s bathing beach at 

Crystal Beach — was the best, he 
thinks, but now he has gone to 
work at the chemical plant here. 
George has kept a record of 
every job he has -done and they 
range from printer’s devil, stecl 
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but liver oil, concentrated orange juice and rate fs 15¢ per 14 ounce to Great “My woolen sweater still fits like afew times, Yea, and VEL bey perros : 
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eymvan rouiseron 3. |INTO 2ND. PLACE 


New York, Dec. 3—(AP)—The 
other day Branch Rickey remark- 
ed that he nevet had seen the 
player market as “jum- 
py” as It is now... . but reports 
coming up from the Miam! meet- 
ings don’t support that statement 


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eon Western 1.3 
jump at a trade with the Dodgers, ip o——___L.__» Ww kL 
 echocterrnas 230 . who have so much: promising ———s 

Referee, “Speedy” ; | minor league material that they 
may have to stage bargain sales, 
but among the other clubs it 
seems to be all talk and little ac- 
tion. : 


seeeee Sports Before Your Eyes 


sceessieecece Rumor kicking around in fight 
circles is that Joe Louis will risk 
Serer 7. (27) his title against Turkey 

W Thompson at the Los Angeles 
Coliseum in March ... The fight 
923/ will be for the Lou Costello 
Foundation and comedian Lou 
promises that movie folk will buy 
all the high-priced seats... that 






















Louls ..... 
+-23 140 reurys chalked their sixth Eastern 
) 6.13 straight victory to climb into 
1233 second place in the Ontario Hoc- 
key Association senior A race and 
Galt Rockets took over fourth 


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Callura, 123 3/4, Hamilton, Ont.|Springfield ... 










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moved to within seven points of 
the league-leading Toronto Marl- 
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crew now is five points behind Frankfurt, Dec. 3 — (AP) —| Unchanged. 
the top-place Windsor Spitfires—| United States Air Force otficials| . O.HLA. Senior A 
1538 who they defeated 4-2 last week- Owen Sound 8, Brantford 1. 
Bake i "a alt 3. St Michaels 
Brantford Redmen extended Galt 3, e! 
rere 18.19 against the Cards thelr unenvied record of defeats Western Canada Senior 


to 11 straight although they put 


Lethbridge 11, Edmonton 3. 
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Madoc 12, Trenton HC, 11. 
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Sherbrooke 6, Granby 5. 





The authorities said they are 


oa TVWiPttr 22 jmarksmen with two counters. E 
cleat 19.45 bape = scislans Rs Det Marcos other counters came|trying to. determine definitely 
sneaked into the Tulane Stadlum| from Tod Miller, Murray Fife,| whether two planes were down, 
TAUGHT BUYING AET and planted some oats in the! Bruce Small, Jim Boddy, Bun| or only the C-47 which disappear- 
When a boy in ancient Rome 


grass week ! White and Fred Smith. ed Friday. 
began to eens ane the wet Young Tommy Shea in St. Mi- 
who were looking ahead to this; chael’s net kept the coupt down 
week's Tulame-L.8.U. game the| for the Irish and took a ‘puck 
sight of a bright green L. S. U.| Over his eye in the third frame to 
in midfield . .. the oats weren't} leave a gash requiring a couple 
wild, but the groundkeepers whoj Of stitches, for his efforts. Galt 
had to crawl around the field,| Outshot St. Mike's 39 to 18. 
pulling each one by Mand certain-| J 

ly were. 


Welch Raby ed the game with three counters 
Sees dhleeg stage by Ken McNally, Harry Pidherny 


and —— Bercham. Joe De- 

petown Courcy tallied the lone third- 
3 eS B cnag Poin me period goal, for the Irish. Brian 
queue at the parcels counter in| McAllister scored the’ first peri- 
a Cape Peninsula post office the 


od counter, 
other day. The clerk was working} Hamilton Pstricias visit Toron- 












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4 energetically ahd looked up at the| to Marlboros at Maple Leaf Gar- 

Le next person in the line, It was aj dens and Stratford Indians meet | et 
ga OR FOR REGULAR USE UNDER WINTER woasn with Aa bety in a ber arms. Benito Tigers in the mountain you can be in 
oe amed at y, In tonight's s led senior } 

io. DRIVING CONDITIONS? baby, please,” she sald. seid tilts. he ~ ged loop si 

Fe ~. si Kroe: ‘a to Ibor- 

REMEMBER — Motor failures in Winter driving are far || oye, 7" ,Was slmost bowled Seapie Last Garant on 





over and in a slight daze put the}os at Maple Leaf Gardens and 
baby on the scale — “17 pounds} Oshawa Gencrals visit Barrie 
two ounces,” he said, Flyers. 







more worrysome, 
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THURSDAY, DEC. 4th 


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Thursday: New Haven at In- 
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Verdun 3, Montreal Canadiens 


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Mad uses Nat Holman’s give-and-go soe the game's scoring for since} Mont. ——— ae = 
- , system in reverse — the boys| Brantford in the first 25 seconds Flyers 6, Winnipeg 
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and I don't give a darn.” to 7-1+In the second session and Presse dis- ‘Maritime Senior 
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é BMW = ||20 Madoc, Keller ......... 1 Oats Sew Wild Men jtally. N ever, said an American transport Belleville District 
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with tea and coffee imports, 


cations from 36 British players by 

Jock Hendry, former secretary 

of the Pacific Coast Soccer Lea- 

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writer for the Glargow Daily Mail 
asking him 
players on their willingness ‘to 
come to Canada. . 










‘night won a 64-27 decision over 
. Port Hope Junior ‘College in the 
first game of a 22-game exhibi- 
tlon schedule .which will bring 
them against Canadian and Ameri- 
can college teams. Freddie Thom- 
as, sensational Negro star who has 
red 1,012 points in two years 
competition, led the Raiders 
with 23 points, 
Johnny Chatmon, 140%, Buf- 
-falo, outpointed Mike Martyk 137, 
St..Catharines, Ont, in- & six- 
round boxing bout at Buffalo, last 




























loop for several years, has. taken 
over as coach of the Guelph Bilt- 
mores in the Ontarlo Hockey As- 
sociation junior A division; it was 
learned yesterday.. Sherry will 
succeed) Bobbie Bauer, former 
Boston Bruins ace ‘who retired 
last week. = 

In Brooklyn, Columbus Council 
Knights of Sonerrhere No, 126 bd 
passed a resolution opposing the 
re-instatement of Leo Durocher 
as manager of Brooklyn Dodgers 
team, John B,' Fitzgerald, Grand 
- Knight of the Council, sald yes- 
terday. Fitzgerald said the action 
was taken “because Durocher’s 
private ‘and professional life is 
not the toward which young- 
sters can for inspiration.” 
ey pac LPN 

* | Shift/of; some of Britain’s top 
boccer’ t to'the Canadian Pa- 
cific’ coast “was. under discussion 
today following receipt of appli- 


, 


“SW. C.,Barrie of North Dumfries Township holds some 
newspapers from “big stack found in farmhouse attic, 
* including Vol! 1, No. 13, of The Globe of 1844;'a first edition 
Of:the Quebec Gazette of 1764, an early copy of. the Dum- 

Courier. » Foreshadowing the Boston tea party, the | 10-team Major Baseball League, 
lagette reports’ “the American colonies” having trouble 













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near future. 












fIOTEAM MAJOR’ |ezessersee RS] 
BASEBALL LOOP |itassetattsteertecs itso 
MAY BE REVIVED 


Los Angeier San Francisco, [eats naw ne nus uke (I$ Celebrated 


Miami, Dec. 3 — (AP) — The 


which proved a dud once before, 
may be revived in the National 
and American Leagues! in . th 


éan executive hachee = 
wn up preliminary plans for bazaa Orang 
such a revolutionary move with the F and teadn e 
the purpose of admitting four Pa- 
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only one purpose,” he said, “and 
that is to become a major league 


two or four clubs from us. We are 
all in this together and the 
stronger clubs have pledged 
themselves to protect the weaker 































Hall at Springbrook on Wednes- 
day of last week. The affair was 





“fn William Johnstone farm, in-]looks exactly as it did when | owner ‘$1,000; $20,000-is es- 
the |herited by Mr. Barrie. House! built in’ 187. It cost Scottish timated replacement cost to- 


Picton 


Golden Wedding 


Anniversary . 


Picton (Special) —Marking the 
Golding Wedding anniversary of 
ones.” . Mr, and Mrs. Joseph. Morrison, a 

— family gathering was held at the 

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an. couple 

Bonarl eit the le yatta me ae y love- 

= ts and congra' ry mes- 

Bonarlaw. (Special.)—A num-| sages, The family p ted them 
ber, from this vicinity attended | with fifty silver dollars and fifty 
golden chrysanthemums, The pre- 
Sr batsiey nes ent 

tles Daubney who atten 
sponsored by the ladies of Spring-|the wedding 50 years ago, at/*cak' 
brook United Church. Wellington. : 










learned from a reliable’ source A 
to Rex Kingsley, sports Mr. Jesse Barlow Sr., return-| Mr, Morrison was born at Des- 
last ed home last week and from &/ eronto 72 years ago but had spent 


night, 







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HEE you see a beauty, stripped of all its grace 
of line and lovely finish for a purpose. 

Here you see a Buick, unchallenged style leader of 
the year, bared co its bones, to show the meticulous 
care for your comfort and safety that goes along with 
beauty and thrilling power, : 

Here are not just one of two “comfort features"— 
but no less than nine important steps Buick engineers 
take to make your ride smoother, your handling surer, 
your car-control more perfect. ; 


Begin with the tires, to most folks the starting point 
of riding comfort. 

Buick’s are standard-size casings, available anywhere. 
But here—and only here—they're mounted on Safety- 
Ride rims which are 20% to 33% witler than usual...’ 


This gives softness by permitting 5-pound-/ower tire | 
pressures. It also makes sidewalls vertical, rather than. - 


tounded—hence giving a bracing action against side, 
thrust. And it puts more rubber on the road— more 
traction under all circumstances and measurably 
greater mileage. . 


k at front-end “geometry"—wheels carefully 
and precisely angled to “give” with the bumps, bank 
On Curves, provide sure control with least effort. 
Notice springs ~— all four of them gente coils of 
tempered steel that give each wheel its own cushion 


/ of the softest type known. 


Eye that frame—big, husky, cross-braced; you can 
see what a bulwark that is against road shock and 
jar. And note steering, called Permi-firm because it 
stays firm, true and easy with minimum adjustment 
to control play. \ 

‘There's a rigid torque-tube co take up all driving 


-thrust—and to free springs of any task except 


cushioning the car. 





Mi hcp yd Pree {hat the Visit to relatives in Amellasburg. 
eams are Os eles, San Fran-| Miss’ Beth Graham Chester 

cisco, Oakland and Hollywood. | Baker, of Elmvale, are visiting Picton where he, was s carpenter, 

Should the idea become a re- 

ality, it would not be the first 

ee P time the: majors expanded. Back 

Bowling in 1890, the National League wid- 

ened into a 12-team circuit. When 

: this failed to ety et ue cire 

THE ¥ ALL cuit was cut to 10, then finally re- 

: = duced to the original eight in 


eeadccse 3266 | The latest plan, however, faced 


DERCOVER S 


- of a wonderful ride 












law this week for a few days. 
At the-last regular meeting of 

St. Mark’s Y.P.S. it was decided 

to meet each month in St. Mark's’ 















ago. 


meeting per month in the home 
of some member. Each member Mrs. 
was urged to bring in one or 
more new members. 


There's & stout front stabilizer to keep the front end 
firm againsc the road's hammering—a radius rod and 
sttuts to keep the rear axle in firm T-square aligament 
‘und avoid “rear-end steering.” . 

Even shock absorbers are special. Fast-acting to snub 
jars quickly, they. are carefully calibrated to maintain 
a ‘balance that makes front-seat and reat-set rides 


equally soft, flat and ‘easy. 


and Mrs, 


the greater part of his‘life in 
assisting in building many of the 
friends in Belleville and Bonar-| ¢ine homes in town. Mra. Morri- 


son was formerly Edith Daubney 
and was born in Picton 67 years 


Parish Hall and to hold’ one dunahterke Mire eet atinn one 
Mrs. Clarence Dulmage, Pi¢ton, 
Ernest Williams, Oshawa, 
Robert Miller, Cressy. 
ay atta also 12 grandchildren 



















These nine features mean full comfort, full control, :W 
full ease of handling. And you get them all in Buick. 


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We're sorry we can’t'deliver your Buick today. 3. 
so’many .wise people: say “‘Buick’s the-oaly., buy,” 
that we're still “way behind on our orders.’ While: *; 
you wait, keep your. old car smooth-running, and 
safe—depend on:your Buick Dealer's expert service. 


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Guest Speaker. 
Rev. A, M, Laverty, chaplain|: 
at Queen's University, was guest 
speaker at the annual meeting 
50-60 Club” of Picton 
United Church at a 
Monday night. He spoke on the 
theme “This is the Day—Do it 
Stressing that . things 

should be done at once and not} j1.55, 
put off..The speaker mentioned 
that there are many little things 
that can pe ticnigs to bring happi- 














County Council for 1948 will be 


Ameliasburg, Reeve Norris 
Whitney; Deputy Reeve, Thomas 
Walker. ‘ ; : 


Athol, Reeve Elmer: Vader, 









oNuhae : . ° 7 
and seven t grandchildren, Hillier, Reeve Jack Taylor. 
are South Marysburgh, ‘Reeve. D. 


Thompson. . « 
North Marysburgh, Reeve, Cal- 








vin ‘Hughes, 


rE to 
Children’s Ald Society, Rev, 
introduced 











the ten-couples executive. 


Mrs. W. C. Hicks, 
Warren Chase, Mr./§ 
Mrs. Earl Thompson, Mr. 
Mrs, Harry Palen. 








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day. James’ Barrie . holds 
hand-woven wicker 


, J, K. Welsh. 


Bloomtieha Reeve, H. R. Mac- 
nald. 


Do: 
banquet} Hallowell,” Reeve D. O. Rey- 
nolds and Deputy Reeve Lee Al- 


wilee pe. 

SOFT COM SPRINGS ALL AROUND give 

eoch wheel its own independent 
ove for Beick's 


beehive. 


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cushion 6) - 
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BUICK 


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IN THE SPOTLIGHT 


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spotless, you'll stand out 
wherever you go or what- 
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Only BUICK has ell these Bids and Handling Featured 


from tires bull! for 30-peend precseres. They end camber, ollows wheels to bent 00 curves ’ 


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AT THE CAPITOL. — Jon Hall ana Maria’ Montez ina scene from 

. 1 the. brill -Technicolor..attraction “Ali-Buba . ie Fo; 

‘| > Thieves*-with’ Turhan Bey’ and Andy Devine.’ The big at- 
opens Thursday at the Capitol-Theatre with the add, 

‘“Pionee> Justice,” ‘starring’ Lash LaRue and Al 
















































































@K 1052 - 3 
wA42 €.00—CFRB, Wes Mo- SWEET Vox Pop BC, B Croat zi eines 
1@AQ3 720" “NBC, Sup- pay * [10.30—WHEN, Jhnmy alibri Winter - - $4 GIN & 1 30h 
era bs Walibridge —>Winter “has ar- 
eA E:9 THOTCBL, “Ea. Hock- | "ang Costes  [1030—WKBW, Henry rived which says’ “finis"’ to fal: “sar 7 
EAST 9.00—CKEY, Duffy's Morgan show ploughing and wood cutting is the j LASH LARUE 
9 WEST ass 130—WHEN. House Tavern ‘ 100 tree, nny OE next occupation. nehe f 2 = = 
Se aes Yes | Bee on [ee me Be ee rm ae ace | AL~=~ ST. JOHN: 
; Liz Ellis farm on con ion  y F 7 oe 
o3109 @K B 7542) SO -CKEY, Den = 7 Lintock Ore. moving -to-a farm in the Stirling : ‘: eis OM EN ie 
#397. #108 53 4" ae district. ‘The tammy will be missed | Ms ae wv Ocoee Sg: 
on ; a | carry . 
Fa ahs ee rey i Pe ss with on best wishes for every 
Line”... 5 success in their new home. ~- 
¥Q J 10973 Durante talking (serious- | AT THE BELLE — Linda Dar- o : the 
68 ly) about “That great Notre Dame | ‘nell, - Cornel Wilde, Richard Fo pate rk ei piosprrek 4th 
- 6 42 . : Utne.” Greene and George Sanders are i concession last year has purchased 
nee starred in Darry! F. Zanack’s| nr. Mack's farm and will be mov- 
North shoved soath In| zoe ‘presentation of “Forever Am- in the near future. Friends are oe 
small ‘slam, _. West led ber,” a 20th. Century-Fox hit/ iad the’ Hubbs family ls remain- cf 
jack and declarer took +} ‘In-color by Technicolor, clos- ing in the community. t 
12 tricks. You.may ing at the Belle Theatre to- & Edgar Lane. and (Clare, 
You see.the four night, visi the former's father, Mr. 








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’ Scannél, . and her nephew Mr. 
, normal finesse will not Th ba is Leighton Smith of .Toronto a few 
the west trump king if he omasourg days last week. 
= that e Sidney Town: Hall.cheese fac- 


Thomasburg. — Service in|tory -closed. for. this season on 
Thomasburg United Church on}|Monday, Nov. 24th. ; 
& quick mind | Sunday evening was conducted|_ Mr. Barton - Hinchliffe and 


June, Mrs.. Bernice Moore, and ; McCARTHY — Anita 
complicated | by Mr. Arthur Wilson, assisted Mr .and-Mrs._D. Trow . visited AT THE — 
cK switches of! by Mr. Clifford Green, of West lirienas in Toronto over the week-|° Louise has the feminine lead in 


Jane Columbia Picture's “The Dev- 
Huntingdon. end il's Mask,” currently playing at 

> thle The Woman's Association of Hi Bones on thege good sent ved the McCarthy Theatre along 
‘Thomasburg United Church gave ler Gin concession » were recent | with a second new feature “Pa- 
a dinner on Thurday in the Sun-|Sunday guests of ‘Mr. and Mrs.| cific Adventure,” featuring Rop 
day School rooms, with the pub-|A. Fisher. Randell. : 
He school teachers and thelr pu-|, Friends. are sorry that Mrs 


: A Murray Reid is « patient in Belle- 
Miss Rita Power,| Pils attending. Later in the af-|vitle General Hospital but hope | very little excitement and not too 
Kingston, is spending ternoon the. regular business/she may soon be.able to return] large a vote taken. Mr. Arthur 


her parents, Mr. | meeting and annual election of |home, much improved in health. | Jones. was given an acclamation 
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——_—_ jon and the 1947 
and Mrs. Joe Power. offi took pla ° at the nominat! 
doar: tet man ends oe piace: 4 council was returned on Monday. 
With” seven in his own hand, pera OF Canteen es Friends trom herevattended the| West Huntingdon Mr. Gerald Donnan of Port 
north sees no more than 11 tricks th. funeral of the late Mr. Willlsm| son (8 y— | Credit spent the weekend with 
Spent Rostin, Thursday unting pecial.)— paren . an . - 
week Mrs, lost — la Huntingdon Township. There waz yilie Donnan. 

















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Monday was election day’ in 
. James Hanley Mrs. Charles Bishop and Mr. 


; the Home and School a irate tee ; ; 
ville, spen Ww. 5 ‘ 
sind rr hel Buln Gem aad ee bowed Caters! “THEATRE FEATURE TIMES 
entertained a number of their wea — tr cena the 
ends inner er 00) OO ———— 
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b » Gerald here. McCARTHY Oia 
McCormack, and brothers atesee Mrs. George Thrasher has re- aries THE DEVIL'S “iaymend. Maney 
Ray and Billy Bennett of York-| turned to the village after spend- Linda Darnell MASK 

ton, Sask., spent Sunday in Pet-| ing several weeks with friends at Cornel Wilde 3.30 = 8.35 






George Sanders 
2.4 — 1.00 — 9.0 


» Guests of thelr sister, Fort Francis and Winnipeg. 
Rev. Sister St. Char! Born—At the Civic Hospital, 
(gt og Noe 2s 
. - ariey ° 
BACHELORS SCARCE (nee Betty Vance), a son, Steph- 


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Worcester, Mass, Dec. AP oe 
— The Esquire Bachaloe Sactee ss 


a laundry shop here, informed 

customers it is going out of busi- IT'S 4 TOPPERY 
ness, . - 

ed MED in the window explain- 


“Not enough bachelors,” 


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tog warm, not too cool Chuck 
at the wheel, drove out to the 
main highway, his fine blond hair, 
which never quite smoothly 
on his well head, now 
more than ever. The sun 
made artful outlines of follage 
,jon.. the gleaming» road ahead, 
swift-moving clonds in‘ the blue 
sky were like modernistic boats 
of temperamental gods. There was 
a mellowness in the air that was 
rearly sad. It was a day full of 
elusiveness. One longed to reach 
cut and grasp something real to 

{fice jtreasure in memory, but all real- 
mail {ity fled with the reaching. . 
Chuck had very little to sa 

















to her. drov? the five miles 
behing |to the village in r few minutes. 
Within the village ‘limits, he 
inquired, “Did I hear you mention 
yout errand? Where do you wish 
0 go.” 
She'smiled'up at him in com- 
radery fashion, in spite of her- 
self. He was so big and strong 
and, yes—dependable, 

“The post office, kind sir,” she 
said, on a happy note. 

He q@ickly drew the car up 
before the small frame bullding, 
jumped out and offered politely, 
*T'll mall your letter.” 

A startled look came into her 
eyes. “Oh, no, no—Irll mall it 
myself—thank you” 

Crimson crept .nto his tanred 
cheeks. “Very wel!,” he returned 
shortly. 

He opened the door on her 
side, not offering to assist her out. 
It was strange, he thought, but he 

OF.” x. . never knew where or how he 
She immediately thought of the |stood with her. It was in fact 
bracelet and won-|a maddening position to be in. 
Ke how He could be‘so irres-| She mailed her letter and re- 
oop le with’ women. She said, |turned to him wearing @ self 
under her, breath, “Thanks—I'd |conscious smile. 

Father not,” and. began walking| When she settled in her seat 
again, he pushed down the accel- 












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‘lo he exclaimed eager- 
3 lucky day! I 





is) -my 
you'd gone with the 






impossible for her to 
tender gladness out of 
ice and eyes. If he hadn't 
utterly worried about 
he stood with her, he 
have noticed. - 

take you—I've nothing 
c ‘Ik te doing me a 
favor. 









































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ed off the ignition, pulled the 
emergency. e 
Kay — to = question- 
ingly,/try! look severe. 
He’ said unexpectedly, “Aren't 






C held the door o; for 
coud, bald the door open fo 


‘| “It seems 
she faltered. 
the—the bracelet yesterday. You 


have excellent taste.” 

He turned to her uncompre- 
hendingly. “Bracelet? What 

bracelet?” i 

“The one you gave her.” 

“Kay—I never gave Adele a 

bracelet—or any other piece of 

djewelry—I swear it!” ~ 
Kay .bit her lower lip and 

stared at him. , 

“How can you say that?” she 
sald, after a tense moment. “Why 
—it's engraved ‘C.N.’—an engage- 
ment bracelet. Aud—I wish you 

[all _the happiness ‘in the world.” 

He laughed loudly. “I.remember 
that bracelet now! °<Cummings 
Naylor — gave it to Adele . last 

when they were keen 












oy 3 . 
es He kept pace with her as she |erator ‘and drove rapidly through 
¢ toward the the nearly street. 
fourd comb, Kay| Fi 7 he -slowed the car 
’ down, made a turn into a wooded. 
lack |country road. He suddenly switch- 



























































unnecessary—now,” | ° 
“Adele showed me 





about each other. She told me 
about him, But it’s ro engagement 
bracelet. How did you 
idea?” 


Adele had sald s9, and thus stir 
up a conflagration in the house 
party. Anyway, Adele would deny 
it. Perhaps she herself would be 
gone from her within a few days. 


“Sorry—my error,” she said, |Ployment agency, together with a 
trying to be flippant. - questionaire and a request for two 
He laid an arm across the back | dollars. The letter was encourag- 


of the 
She 
get back to camp. You see—Webb 


will be returning any minute — 
I must be there.” 


Taylor to you, Ka 


wondering how long she could 
keep from crying on his shoulder. 


jerked the little car to a start.) Chuck in the meanwhile sud- 
At last,’she had pierced the /denly left the Shesman camp, and 
armor of his pride. 


way back to camp, nor she to ‘sirplane factory. His 
him. When the car stopped before jtirst was a distinct rellef to K: 

the door of the big rambling pile . aye 
of stone ;and stucco, sa 
“Thank you for driving me.” Her lan 
gaze was directed at the calm blue jiaid it to Webb Taylor's insistent 
of the sunlit lake. 


the front steps, her slim unkles 
in the sheerestyof nose, her dainty ‘cause. 
white shoes 
them; the poise of her proud lit- 


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tle head, making ber white felt 
hat a rarefied crown of glory. 

He left the car on the drive 
and went to the shore of the lake 
to sulk—as he never had sulked 
before. 

Within a few days, Kay recelv- 
ed 2 letter from the Albany em- 


get that 






It would not do {o tell him that 



















seat. 


ing. It stated that there should be 
said, crisp 


no difficulty in placing a person 
of her attNnments.in a lucrative 
position. : 

Kay lost no time in sending 
the agency her check for enroll- 
ment with the filled in form, then 
j Waited a whole week in an 
agony of suspense for something 
to happen. . 


ly, “We—we must 
















“May I ask—just what s Webb 


y 
“No—you may not!” she flared, | 


He slammed in the gears and 











returned to Deweyton to take 
charge of the newly completed 
absence at 






He didn't speak to her all the | 


{but soon she began to feel miser- 
id, ably out of sorts with every one 
d everything 2o0ut her. She 





she 











tagging of her, to the frivolity of 
He watched her go swiftly up 'the crowd, to the eun, the af 
und stars—all but to the actual 





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Meanwhile they stretched their 

lunch hours to take longer strolls, 

to watch the ducks cruising about 

shrunken ponds in the rarks, or 

through the West End, where 

occasional cleaned or repain 

building stands out in violent|seldom served; instead, unregu- 

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. The woman at right Is a police 
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By ALLAN DREYFUSS.) 


lice department was behind the Frankfurt, Dec. 3 —(Reuters)— 
move. An increasing number of Ger- 
Ald. Lamport also said he will|mans are seeking escape from 
demand that while several major | post-war woes by resort to drugs. 


crimes _: Toronto remain un-| The illicit use of narcotics has 
solved, the department should/been spreading, according to Dr. 





doctor after another to give him 





















easy to’obtain their supplies, for 
the drug traffic based on interna- 
tional sources has fallen off. 
Frankfort, for example, which ac- 
cording to police sources was be- 





By JOHN TALBOT 


Vaticen City, Dec. = (Reuters 
—A number of important pont 
fore the war the operating base 
of no less than 10 known interna- ed posse ori pice — rae 
tional i smugglers, has today |he has spent this summer and 
large-scale agents at th 1 1- 
only three autumn at the papal summer pa 
work: Some of the addicts use|ace at Castel Gandolfo are to be 
forged or stolen prescriptions. {published during the .next few 
BI months, {t is learn ere, 
ke Market Prices One of these documents, it is 
The largest source of {illicit} believed, will announce an In- 
drugs in Germany is the black | crease in the maximum number 
market, where minute quantities |of Cardinals from the present 70 
of narcotics bring higher prices | to 100, 
than diamonds, cameras or mink} This would allow for the,crea- 
coats, The traffic is-at present re- | tion of Cardials in Catholic coun- 
stricted to morphine, cocaine and | tries which at the moment have 
pervitin {the trade name for a|n0 representation in the Sacred 
caffine derivative which prevents | College and at the same time for 
sleep.) Cocaine for example, costs j the replénishment of the ranks of 
2,000 reichsmarks ($200 at the|the centre of the church, the 
legal exchange rate) for one aap Romana, or Papal Court, 
gram. in which the number of Cgrdinals 
Pervitin, which was produced |has been decreasing for some 
during the war in a chocolate- | years. 
coated form for Luftwaffe night] Another important document, 
pilots, has proved the most pop-| Which it is understood will be 
ular and easily obtalnable of the published shortly, is one on which 
drugs on the black market. The|the congregations of the Holy 
morphine by-products, ecukodal, Office and of Sacraments have 
pantopin, dolantin and dilaudid, | been working together and which 
which are also‘ sold, are believed 
to come chiefly from looted and 





Dietrich Wolff, Frankfurt’s chief 
city physician, and the head of 
a narcotics squad of the crim- 
lice division says that only 
been responsible for solution to ae iculty of obtaining sup- 
many major crimes, said the al-|plies prevents yet more people 
derman, and “something's wrong|from seeking this fleeting panacea 
when two of the mort able detec: repo gr aa aha da 
tives are not permi con- 
tinue working together.” Dr. ‘Wolff confirms that victhns 
are to found among the large seg- 
73 ement of the population classed 
as suffering from various neur- 
osis brought on by the war or 
post-war privations. A sizeable 
number of addicts, he claims, are 
roainesd vermete a who, 
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of Personal Property - 


anodynes for war wounds, 

themselves unable to master the 
incessant craving for them. 
Typical of many ex-soldier ad- 
dicts is the case of a Frankfurt 
man whose jaw was splintered by 
shrapnel. He’ was given mor- 
phine during his wartime treat- 
ment. It left a latent urge for 
the drug and under this over- 
peice eer impulse he adopted the 
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oe army = now peng P P ° 
phoned into the open market 
Members of Frankfurt's nar- aper Falses 
cotic squad eaioate er ete a r 
cent o} e drugs on the ack di P 
market come from Wehrmacht ana: an rice 
stocks, 30 per cent are stolen from * 
eer ay phannacsutics! - 
ouses, while remaining 40 Con | M 

per cent comes under the general tro easures 
gett agi Bicgetaheall 

ou, e large pre-war in- = 
ternational traftle has been dis.| Washington, Dee. 3 —-(CP) 
rupted by transportation diffi. | The Washington Post, in a haif- 
culties, close border surveillance | column editorial describing Cana- 
and the uncertain financial pic-| dian price control measures, sald 
ture. minor drug operators man-| yesterday “On the face of the 
age occasionally to bring in small | record the*honors for efficiency 
amounts of narcotics from Italy, |{n price control go to Canada.” 
Denmark and France. The editorial sald “Canada is 
Focal points of the {llicit drug|turning to a form of selective 
traffic in Germany are Munich | price control! that is, in our opin- 
and Neurnburg which serve as |ion, fully warranted by the spec- 
centres for the distribution of the |/al circumstances of the case,” 
products, and added 

















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Phewe, tRtno+h and 272-J-12 | “Canada does not consider sel- 
NO REDUCTION IN SALE —_ |ective controls unworkable. Why 
e- MILK AT KITCHENER, should we?” 

INCREASE ONE CENT Senator Robert Taft (Rep. 
lo), a candidate for his party's 
Kitchener, Dec. 3 —(CP)— No | presidential nomination, has at- 
reduction in consumer sale of|tacked President Truman's re- 
milk was reported here as a re-| quest for power to restore selec- 
sult of the price increasing one/|tive price controls if necessary 
cent quart, effective bhgge os on the ground that it wouldn't 
D butors say that they held | work — that there must be com- 
the increase to one cent instead |.plete cont:ol or none, 

— White-|of two cents as approved by the 
| that had they added two canis to 

added two cents to 
\the price, consumers would have PARSIMONIOUS HITLER 
curtailed thelr purchases, 


Montreal — (CP) — Although 
he was onc of Germany's wealth- 
jest men, “Hitler never paid a 
dill and tradespeople never dared 
bill him twice,” Baroness Helena 
de Polenzka, commentator and 
lecturer, told a Montreal aud- 
fence. She knew Hitler. during 
his rise to power but lost favor 
with his regime and.spent time in 
a concentration camp. 





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HUNTS FOR 17 YEARS; 
SEES, SHOOTS FIRST DEER 


Pittsfield, Mass., Dec. 3—(AP) 
— Samuel Pisani has gone hunt- 
ing every season for 17 years and 
never even-saw a deer until yes- 
Leknd when shot a 250-pound 

uck, : 

He struggled for half an hour 

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; 'Fruamaie Caristens Grandson — Arch-|George’s Church, Beano. Parents Dr. 
“1s ‘bishop George Frederick Kingston, seventh | and Mrs, W. J. Orr_are at left; Rev. J.-H. 
‘ Primate of the Church “of England in] Watson; -rector, at right. Townspeople 


: x « Canada, baptizes his grandson, James|crowded into church and at entrance tq 
-_ T e \ 
Narcotic r affic Grows mM Germany = . mipISK: sia sie asta: “ pert = me — vopeeewash ; 


Pi wvucs sreoentaa (Will be Published in Few Months) | 


includes a modification of the 
rules regarding the Eucharistic 
fast before the reception of Holy 
Communion. 


it will no longer be neccssary for 
Catholics to fast from midnight, 
stating that in future a fast of 
only a few hours will be neces- 
sary before communion. This 
follows a simllar concession made 
to French Catholics recently. 


with reforms in the Curia Ro- 
Ready to sail from Seattle, Wash, i tel mal craft 

Pope's reasons for not having 96 | are Marvin Norstedt, left, and Jack Maler, whose port of 

far filled the post of Cardinal | destination is atoll-sized Tabiteuea Island, in the Gilbert 


Secretary of State, left vacant Durin war, Maier was reining 
since the death of Cardinal Ma- group. g the , bed ahi oe. 










“aye. - RVANGELS SET aie INTO PACIFIC 
his jaw and then pursuading one Important Documents by Pope Pius ys Ba Ss 4500 es 4 


This document lays down that 


A third document will deal 


dot in the South Pacific, Determined to ea ht arty te 
ge Cardinal Chamberlaiy ot ers’ kindness, Maier, an cvengeS ae carry to 
the Holy Roman Church and aj tnem' on the ship, right, a cargo of Bibl: os 20 that they 


Gardina} Chancellor of the Holy | jearn the teachings of the Holy Book. Wi 





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fried before. These new Reos handle with amazing: ease— 
tyrn on a dime—carry more load for each inth of wheelbase.” : 
Yet they cost less fo operatel The ore built from the ground op y) 
; Yo save you money on repairs, get around faster, and stay on ‘ 
__ the Job for a longer time. Reos are bullt by men whose sele 
c work is trucks and buses—nothing else. it will pay you te see 
> 5 the difference. 55 F 
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1948 .... and, as always with Tropicanas, they emphasize the beauty of exquisite colours .... the chic of new 
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STEERING AND WHEELS ARE OUT OF ALIGNMENT OR BALANCE. 


Have your car-steering checked by our new Bear Alignment equipment NOW. 
You'll drive in greater safety and prevent unnecessary tire failure. 


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Here Is a thoughtful Gift Suggestion that should bring 
pleasure and comfort to the person who receives them. High 


cut pull-on style boots of noted fine quality. Made of 
smooth brown clk (trade name) with soft cosy . shearling 
(sheep's wool) lining throughout. Soles and heels are of 
durable rubber. This is well made footwear to give ex- 


finely woven cotton with many garden preity flowers 
etched on creamy background in pastel shades of rose, blue, 
aqua, green and mauve. Neatly hemmed edges,” Cloth 


about 36” x 36”, Napkins about 12” x 12”, 
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“Ibex” Flannelette Blankets 


Another Gift Suggestion — enjoy the cosy warmth of these 
soft fleecy flannelette blankets. Thickly napped on both @ 
sides and finished with attractive pink or blue striped bor, 







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Cr ra ae preg Page td LAYED 
+ the death ‘of John David Stewart, PULSE weet coe’ -paection» of wii hy Se 
Sea Ontario eroplane pllot-}* 3¢ will be remembered that the | been in ! Picton Hon. L, Kennedy, 
harlow, sGrams ae pees te Baia tang Cir ‘ot ible “yesterday. was guest speak: Pat the tran] ton Branch, No-. 110, Canadian 
the z he new lights : eh a aba "| observed ‘on Tuestiay.” Mr: Keri-| AE sday ight the 





of ‘-slate-of officers: was | Dred 
ler pride in the | elected.for the aa? 
ta lected yeoe) 2048 


“Mr. Kenriedy spoke of the fact 
that out of every dollar produced : eentiy, 
Canadian farms, Ontario 
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Jamieson Bone dealing with the : to states in the U.S.A.) 
struck by a car at Trenton. !proposed closing of the local gas| Lights on Pinnacle Street at the In 1946, a million dol- 
“Dr. G. S, Cronk is in attendance. cist which appeared in Wednes-| intersections of Bridge and Vic- Jars, wae, for cattle at an 
. t fell pea owas tipted thet an merry alee ait hd TeS- | The ‘Ontario eee numberless 

ula’ lc lessen pos- 
FUNERAL DIRECTORS t needed | sibility ‘of accidents, while the Henipe per Begs of the hogs, 8 
_ FORM ASSOCIATION ‘ lights at the Upper Bridge will at he Sees, ——- 









« serve to lessen the traffic hazard 

The Bay of Quinte District iny the writer that this at this intersection. 
. Association |ergor, this amount actually being The new lights were recom- 
needed until 1962 when the de-| mended py a special traffic com- 
bentures will be retired. . [mittee appointed by council, 
working in conjunction with the 
police commission. The lights 


B.A.D.A M . were Installed by Northern Elec- 
eh dodFokie s tric Company technicians. 


At a general sealing of the Picton 


Belleville Au bile Dealers’ 
Association, contreeing Hastings ’ 
treasurer. and Prince Edward counties,’held Parallel P 
Lindsay of Kingston lat the Hotel Quinte on Tuesday 
of Cobourg. levening, December 2nd, thirty~ = 
, The meeting took the form of a./six members were in attendance. ee 
Supper meeting at the Bar-B-Q {his association formed in 1942 our- imme Limit 
has grown from a-nucleus of : 
three members to a membership 
including some fifty-one dealer 
of the two counties, Atte Leegewre. 
ner, President Jac! eau ~- 
comed the visiting dealers and 
then called for reports on the 
Quebec City convention of the 


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By 1949, it pes 
uarters, |make this 100 per cent, and | 
on. abortion-free province, 


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Hard Work, Good |sctur esas ing ants are STREET BATTLE 
; sei [aes Satara gee cee 
Liquor are Elixirs |i pimprovement, 
Says Woman, 99 
Pr aypeenes ae ae te mad". Police had tear gas equips 


Firemen Walk 0 
elixirs of long life, Mrs. Vaniah ment ready to use and soldiers,| 16 Floors to Fire 
bd = Milligan, 99-year-old resident of armed with rifles and gun carriers, 

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SCHOOL FOR BARMEN 

Bury, Lancashire, England — 
(CP)— A school for barmen to. 
teach them lcensing laws, cater- 
ing and problems of the brew- 
house is to be started here some- 
time In 1948, Pt 


(Continued from Page 1) 


Reporters who watched the 
Arabs trying to fight their way 
out of walled old City of Jeru- 
salem described them as “hopping 







ral announcement ‘is 
made in this edition. 



































were in steel helmets. Boston, Dec. 4 (AP) —Boston FLOOR SANDING 
The fighters of Hagana, the|firemen fought their highest . 
——— Jewish organized defence force, bee en night on Se ath floor || NEW FLOORS SANDED ané 
Picton (Special) — Parallel assembled again in Zion Square, comple: ohn Hancock FINISHED e 
: Aid! f Parking with a one hour time H-| The oldest persons ever to be ready for trouble. Hagana lead- | building and ay ae vim MADE LIKE NEW. ee 
: Federation of Automobile Deal /mit will remain in force here,| granted visas in the, American| Worthless cheque. He was reman-| ers appealed to ‘dissident groups" | Up_16 floors to find it LEN ELLIOT 
Bi f ers’ Associations af . which Town Council decided at. their | Consulate office here; Mr.. and| d¢d without plea to Dec, 10. Po-|to dismantle their organizations} Firemen found they could on- G N ELLIO 
i < B.A.D.A. forms a part. December meeting Tuesday night. | Mrs. Milligan are looking forwurd| lice, said Hill, taken to hospital] 2nd come into the service of Ha-|ly get to the blaze by walking|, 186 Dufferin Ave. Phone 24693 
Following this, the meeting was | Following a month of in to living with their daughter on aj Shortly after his arrest Tu 


up 16 floors. with ‘a hose Dre, | cme eieeennnne 
tion and consideration, a two-to~| farm in Richmond, Mich. 
one majority of councillors re-| It was only a few weeks ago 
versed their decision and voted] that the couple gave up their 
to throw out the by-law which | home in Summerside, PEL. 
















































































thrown open to a, discussion of 

a current problems. during which 
HOLLYWOOD MAKE-UP concern was expressed’ over the 
—PANCAKE .......... $1.75 |linflationary increase in‘the cost 


gana. 

Arab leaders earlier sald they 
had refused a personal request 
by Sir Henry Gurney, chief sec- 
retary of the Palestine Govern- 


esday 
night when he complained of 
stomach pains, had been sought 
in the passing of about 40 cheques 
in three cities, Including 10 here 


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to carry them the re: dis- 
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C. Cooper led the attack on the Ui 
Proposed change, decldring that 
the previous delegation had re- 
presented a minority of 
chants, 


on forbidden or quota lists. 


POWDER .. 75c, $1.35 |/of living. Further emphasis was /h.4 bee, for th > “| ment, to call off the last of 7 : 

: —FACE POWD pe \Slaced on the aim of this associa a Epes or + oe and the rest in Windsor and Kit-| enh 10 calc ‘inet baggy Bet NYLON ELASTICITY 55 EVERETT STREET 

x Tanita gSbsietiseiiei = tion and isis memebers in Preal sere | Parking with no time malt. 5 SS ae deathe ie, = — 33 vio~| High frequency sound waves Phohe 21533 

Bs ROUGE .......-...--.- a safe, : Last month, a delegation CHRISTMAS GIFTS FROM U. 8. urses undreds | sre used to determine ‘he elasti- 24-HOUR SERVICE 

Re: —EYELASH MAKE-' 1.35 || vice to the motoring public in the rehan| ared = de- 7 and countless cases of pill: : . 

8 = UP SESS |ieale of new and used cars and all | merchar pet ew agtage os Windsor, Dec. 4 — (CP)—Can- | destruction. pillage and | elty of nylon. 
ss e  |lattendant services. ‘ former system of angle parking an ares jong lite adians may receive Christmas : 

E CHRISTMAS eS ee ae ae runs in her family. She was born mu x 
2 GUFT SETS ; prepared. This by ; THE NICEST CHRISTMAS CARDS 
a $2.95 to $10.35 Laura ecor was defeated Tuesday. Reeve J. oa atteee ~ + 














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"40 BRIDGE STREET EAST 















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Maser Onpeced settled in PEI when thelr Que- : 
3 - DRUG STORE : f Ch 5 imas Mayor L. Nefhery opposed any pecnuas ship was wrecked GENUINE 3 : 
. : e, t re. : 
i Paeas 330G=WE DELIVER 1Or Gilfis solve the Parking probine, fr'ie| dar: Millighn sdmitted ‘he ‘never MAHOGANY ANNOUNCING A FURTHER . SERVICE 
ot We will start taking orders |i. matter of lack of space and| tried to keep up with his wife, 
Oe for Laura Secords on of parking, sets, Pe siGeogh he is spry and in good AFTER THEATRE 
re nm the vote those favoring a| he: . ® ‘ : : 
sh EE NTIN PARTS | SATURDAY, DEC, 6th. change back to angle parking} In the consulate office, Mrs. CHESTS 
; Our quots, slightly over || were councillors William Henley, | Milligan sported a lively sense of LIGHT SUPPERS & SANDWICHES 
- g for se ee essere rey baigee and ‘ear pumas, Serene the staff In fits Play ae ed with th 
f , “year, but not enou; or mmon. ose opposed wi tty remarks, od Fill i 
MERCURY LINCOLN everybody. Mayor Nethery,} She still likes her food and !s A hips “4 OPEN TILL MIDNIGHT 
$ anl- PLEASE Reeve Cooper, Deputy Reeve R.| looking forward to that Christ- Luxurious MOLINARD ‘ 
urn, Councillors turkey. H tite, she ; ? 
ALL FORD PRODUCTS Do not ask op ipa than |! Dunning, Charles McGibbon, Russ aya, io Seed ine iene os take Cosmetics Rt RESTAURANT: 
FAST and EFFICIENT H one box. - sel! Attersley, food on the table. ee : 
SERYICE We will-not have another |! Council will investigate the} As a parting shot the aged cou-|| These are beaatifally N29-Da-4 





weekly order until our {/ possibility of establishing park- made and finished and will 
Christmas order comes in on |ling lots. sp ple wondered with a smile if the 


: Call : “ 7 
BELLEVILLE MOTOR -CAR ||| December 22 Several merchants were told| ayn a] * Small nlp” han-|} last for years, Priced 


COMPANY, LIMITED D O L AN by ‘council members that reduc- : $4.75 to $20.00 


Bee | = business bag “Ss 
Cer. Bridgo and Coleman St) prices and lessesed buying pow: Kan: Bbc uae 7 
>i Goon TL wg E THE DRUGGIST aay Résiton AVOID CHIMNEY FIRE 









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ba Mostt PHONE 138 Council had a busy session, W. USE 
ft A. ee ee bo he FE The B ab tf 
was resigning as col 
d - but was willing to act as ret CHIMNEY D RUG STORE or y 
tae The Mayo thorized to 
f SPECIAL PRICES Whey Pig Rae na sat SWEEP atiwiets “a @ WEARING APPAREL for the Infant 
ce : ==cON 3S J oy. makes the Ideal Gift ! 
ie > : aged Lage Bh Sry a per- Z 
MEN’S TOILETRIES [reese enter! SOOT DESTROYER || 
a if WHILE .THEY LAST! counell at the ‘Communit ten REMOVES SOOT. WOOL SWEATERS, trimmed with pink «9 MDERDOWN BATH ROBES, pink, or 
ee . tre annual meeting. — . OF WG) O00. siciscccccccaceccacs $1. WG, OREN ane ccascwcceceans caceed 
lees GUARDSMEN SUTTON Peels = ag = Russell/| SAVES HEAT PURE WOOL BOOTIES, pink, white or BIBS (Madeira), each ...... 
Ve ae in heats St —SAVES MONEY . blue, pale .......eceseseeeee susasals 450 ae, Aran 
i Bere COLOGNE ¥ WOOL HELMETS, white, each ........ 596 nf 
i. COLOGNE - ~ CHENILLE CARRIAGE SETS, pink ‘or 
fe plas LOTION wenoctots seisins THE JOHN LEWIS FUR TRIMMED PARKAS, each ...... $1.00 Dine, aes sovasvcassosseosesapiess 
ey LOT! i ° - : WOOLLEN BONNETS, white with pink  . LANEETS, pink or blue, 
. |: TALC ee esis RS ee ee oe ee ee cates cc es trims oath vefersicestoccereee 490, | MUNAT BLANERTS, Ba ee a $18 
fee , H Jim Robertson killed le cat = ; . 5 : 
>. | SHAVING BOWLS Only 98¢ weighing 34 pounds and a female 265 FRONT STREET Dhbend nce ghey ebb TeE ty ry ne eee 
4 poun r ° e : ‘MITTS, row 
% Reg. $1.50 TALC / been killing sheep on his farm. Seer nee, were ~ pair seadtn ties ceecces x alle 290 uP PART WOOL BLANKETS, satin trim, 
4 - Only ‘35c Only 65¢ - JACKETS, pink or blue, each a 596 each seneaecteesceceenceestaceees $3.50 
ee oe: FLANNELETTE NIGHTIES, each 39, 45¢ 4 MADEIRA Kear aR $2.96 
*. or 
a year Sorat ope Nar aigh atten sie FLANNELETTE SLIPS, each .......-.. 38e Malupern Yard. 22 aibelates “pls. 
e Reg. $1.50 Reg, $1.25 GOLD FILLED 112.00 <4 BLANEEE ChIPS, pink tog CHENILLE SPREADS, crib size, each .$5.50 
. if e ka r | SR ere ce) tocavea S, for baby. 
Now. only Se Nom. vnly $8 COTTON SLIPS, sixes 1, 2, 3, each .. 450 ey aac Liematetae ye $1.38. 4 










MOLLINARD SETS FOR MEN 
4-PIECE SET—Regular value $5.00 ~ 
© *Now only...... ON alae oe arse eet SE oloie o GOMED 
.8-PIECE SET—Regular value $4.00 . : 
Now only ..... 000.2 e cee ch eee neo $2100 
2-PIECE SET—Regular value $3.00 A 


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'- THOMPSON'S. 


296 FRONT STREET (Opp. Victoria Avenue) ‘ PHONE 295. 


DRYGOODS - HOUSEFURNISHINGS - INFANTS’ WEAR 
LISTEN TO “OUEST ARTIST”, TUESDAY AND THURSDAY AT 1155 am.— O03 BQ 






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remained steady at'$17- 
with plain heavies 


“for 


ess purposes 

industrial developments, but even 
evelopment’ 

“in these cases further cuts would 

be made in the amount allowed. 


























TORONTO STOCES 









‘1° poronto,: Dec. 4’ — (CP)—Lack 

oo of support, bay dien begee ye 
ven y = 4 : . offerings, ‘sent g “back for} re ih a 

‘At “Winnipeg, Col L,.D. M. ; substantial losses in the Toronto Ma beWarni 

Baxter, president of: Osler, Ham- : Stock Exchange early session fo- y. ng 
mond and ‘Nanton, said plans for Omega TB . | day ag industrials weakened with} /:: Backache snsy bé 0 signal your kideeys ” 
2 scattered pivotals off fractions to ‘ro failing to Str excess acide nad pein 
ous wastes “from the ‘system, ‘8 












more than a point.. Trade was 
mildly brisker as a few second- 




































| ary golds turned active... ‘tian the conse ‘of backache, partes) sais 
ume - first. three | thewmatic faine or disterbed rect. Dodd's patsy { 
nounced a limited “coal-for-ex- aus was 485,000 shares, about | contak essential oils and medicinal ingro- r-. 
port” program, several months 195,000 better than’ yesterday’s| Seats which act directly on the kidneys a 
ahead of schedule. similar period. - and help them permal * action, t s : 
Newsprigts were mixed in a Got Dodd's Kideey Pills to-day. 138 |}. - A At PRR: 


| On the wage front C.1.0.'s vice- 
presidents met in’ Washington and 











two-way trend with B. C., Pulp 






















; 5% | decided ’ 4 Pr Ww 
New Dark. - gp |desided’vn o.new wage drive for Up 6 aba new Bigh. Steels weak 
: e though Algoma 2 
Shades : rhaiN ct cee ero members’ in and ahead a fraction and. liquors 
W7 eased in quiet trade. Aybtvelin aes 
ay Producing golds. gave way to press ies 
Lustrous, “it 
to 72 but were three times as : 
Sheer gt in the ‘comparable week <n , Y ive 
The flow of dividends was ; and Sigma. Weaker juniors: were 2 hea % date 
Ny Tons abated. Dryden Paper Co, report: 0 Igamated, Buffadison, Ches- i aa ' 








ed profits ‘up 140 per cent over 


' Ama 
Eldon 110 terville, Donalda; Duquesne, East 
and Dominion Glass Co., ' 


Malartic, Eldona, Little Long 








' TORONTO Lac, Louvicourt, Macassa, Sherritt | 
Bell ‘Telephone Wu 1-2 - | 20% Pamour. . 
B. A. Oll 22 1-2 





Brewing Corp. 23 1-2 
Braz. Trac, 19 3-4 
Can Cement 18 1-4B 














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man, A. Hinch@iffe (1), 8. Mar- 
{noff (12), J, Tilker. east a 

Referee, B. Morris. Scorer, B. 
Scrymgeour. 


dome won the final game ‘in 
Y.M.C.A. House League Bas- Int. Nickt! 32 1-45 
InLer. Pet: 12 5-8B 


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EVERYONE! 
“HAPPY: 


It's a pleasure to give 
these pre-shrunk, fast- 
color broadcloth — shirts. 
Variety of sizes and colors. 


GIFTS THAT HAVE A 


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és was played owing to)  Missey Harris 17B 
‘ autied thelt barns forthe moogh R:Coll- Frontenac 12 5-8B | isai Seek ‘of Sincere ‘Beemala Gch Oat WAY, WITH MEN AT 
| Riders. ; o*: Steel of Canada 7B a Oe eer ert ooo bo QUICK AMD BOBERTSON'S S 
Waste Dstget sine atthe SEMEN LS Serna | 5 sar ll WITH AN 
way as they led 24-13 at the half. “NEW YORK Sb co Emerald OU — beck Lar haps hati 7 : 
U,S. Steel 75 Spot excebed. Good dng é : i+ ce 







MERCHANTS! =| OUTSTANDING) 


GIFT 














Sa Do You WANT Window Lights? 3 
erfly”’ ie aE TE CS FROM 
SMART SIDE OUT ' 1 HAVE BEEN ASKED TO POINT OUT THESE 






“Chipman Kuit’’ irae REGULATIONS WHICH MUST BE OBEYED BY 
q % Ge Ble A Gib, |) ALL.MERCHANTS, 

NYLONS + CREPE ‘+ RAYON + ‘LISLE an eget 
She’ll walk in-beauty this Christmas . ... in our exquisite, oh — ke ‘BORROW 4 : © NO WINDOW LIGHTS PERMITTED. 
so-flattering hosiery! Win her delighted thanks with lovely hose ‘BORROW |} THE REGULATIONS— °° 
eaataae from either of our two popular. branded lines. You can ‘ 1, f 0 @ BEFORE 4 P.M, Linas 

@ AFTER YOUR STORE CLOSES” 

: " \" @ AFTER 9.00 P.M. 


choose either the sheer Nylons, fine Crepes or the popular Rayons 
and Lisle. Complete size ranges and all priced for modest Santas! 
‘ : @ ONLY ONE 100-WATT LAMP PER 
; : : g STORE: WINDOW. (IRRESPECTIVE 


Nylons « '.$1.40, $1.65, $85  Rayons; Pair ....:.....98c 
' OF SIZE.) 


Crepes, Pair .........$1.35 : Lisle, Pair 22.000. 60. .$1:25 
- Give Lingerie This’ Christmas. i . 
SARS Fea ak te ped ie sees aes THE PENALTY —. YoU pistecato tuese recut: 
Nn " -. THONS'IT WILL MEAN THAT THE 
SPECIAL PERMISSION WILL BE 


rk ; F WITHDRAWN AND A-L-L MER- 
4 CHANTS WILL SUFFER. 


Please “PLAY BALL” With Your )Fellow Merchants 
SAVE ELECTRICITY | 


(Signed) ° HAROLD C. SELDON, 


8; Bongard, 6; McClay, 6. To 





























4 She'll appreciate Lingerie... . Feature 
eee ~ group of Celasuede or Silk Panties — . 
¢ brief style — some lace trimmed — 
‘sizes small, medium and large — white 
only. Pair.........:.... 69¢ to $1.49 










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| to ask what supplies would wel- | row "\ 
‘ ‘eried when they heard we were actually | there is 
es offering help. Their stores had_not been | per must have f AA 
ee ee en We wish that Mr. had come 
i Tarn ; Wipge on a different mission. We wish that he 
pe ‘qmen in every part of Canada may feel 
be: a sense of dep saistaction that thelr had come to seek the basis of a confident 
re beefi of such great benefit to the people 
& . of the British Isles. Those Seman wba | ences 
= have worked so loyally to help in the war of his 
= Jeers alg a ee tT ed to hae at 
i; . ders, sailors airmen, to reported Hestings Coun 
3 Enow that not one of their stitches was | jy Tie cctgioal objective. was 50 YEARS AGO 
~ ever in vain. - - - ‘ S008 eC aed Be Cy oe Oe Dee, 4th., 1897, & \ 
4 Miss Hamilton chose layettes as rating |” Soke le \eg Wednesday night was really Roved 
ee Se er Gey to aults becetacet tate cried clatter showing cold — the thermomeler res eae *Boy Trip cad Save 10% 
ES the delight each baby garment brings Bronk rag ng ¢ for its popula: | The predicted rested be ‘ a 
P= the austere existence of new ‘mothers eS ee has come in the form of rain. ¢ PASSENGER ; Telephone E 
overseas, and shawis as third because of During, the Vittory Loan | aoe are. very. slippery oA MAI delai : 
| comforts they afford ‘elderly people Campaigs tbe Gritia Amuse | “"icoete who sty that Bel © AMR DPRESS Adelaide 5231 Toronto > 
© feel the fuel shortage-particularty. eteeen to o: 
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OODS TO BRITAIN 
by TCA 
IMPORTANT NOTICE 2 


We're having trouble about perishable foods In 
Christmas parcels to the Old Country. 


FRESH F 


by only when it’s necessary, - ‘ 
waht to learn the unques- 


No, we don’t 
New. Dutch Settlers tonabty simicable art of siting, Wel jus 
biberna’ or summer 
SE coe no 000 Deteh agri to roll around again so we can once more 
carter (Bera asa ride about in 2 convertible, if we can locate 
eee emigra' : Canada, one, and ‘admire the beach fashions — 
Borer rccuitats' the’ pecsage ofthe Dutch| OTe 
~ families, who will pay their way. to Canada, 
* the Netherlands Government has charter- 
ed two vessels which will make a total of 
thirteen trips, carrying approximately 770 












YOU'D BE SURPRISED . | 
; By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 


INFORMATION ROUNDUP 
What is the largest county injwith an area of 24 square mil 
the United States? and Ar’ a, ‘Wieeien 
san ; (an lington County, Virginia, 
Bernardina County, mets with an area of 31 square miles, 
the largest | are the second and third smallest 


counties. 
great as the| The scat of New York County 
Moassachuseits |is New York City, which is in- 


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Packages and Plans 
The term One World has gone out of 
fashion, but people are to 



















‘3 gers each time. The first two arriv- 

ae als will be at Halifax early in March, with glimpee the facts which underile that term. more than 16 co counties, 

ig seiigeurer “cpr grate ne obedient ee Sere on canoes: that. degpatr in We fy. these quickly across the Atlantic, but the 
4 mail and parcel delivery services Overseas Gite having 


Christmas rush problems; so, some timesiit takes as long 
as a week to deliver your parcel from the TCA: Aircraft 


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Bo “Owing to present exchange restrictions, Europe is no help to demorcary in America. 
F to. establisti tyes on’ f in [campaign — which is to be continued in- 
themse ‘arms lew York County on Monhat- 


eS . Canada. ‘They have agreed, however, to | definitely ond the Thanksgiving season ; : | 
: parts of with poets a lof See arene a eateineae are — in area, In 1014 it was recced at Glatgow or London to its final destination. 
whose g a te) ; 
We're doing everything possible to speed up the final 








stages of parcel delivery. Until the Christmas rush is 
over, however, we recommend including in your food 
parcels only such foodstuffs as won't perish quickly. © 
Cooked meats such as hams and bacon are quite safe, 

















jodation. ‘Through these arrangements | Walter Lippmann has sald forcefully, that 


they will acquire an excellent knowledge of | ‘he alm is not relief but recovery, says | York Coun’ : 
Christian Sclence Monitor, . : Brisiel County, Rhode Island, 4200! 



























































‘The close co-operation between the Neth- eed 
Canadian Governments which JUST -EOEKS > tatpe . but at present we can't guarantee safe deliveries of 
e more. by 8 (Copyright 1947, SA Caccah TO MY NOMINATOR snd SECONDER, | poultry and fresh mects. " 
of immigration, and speaks FRIENDS HBORS .. . a6 
"excellent relations Be etiten Uk ta eS ict eee RATES cermin : But remember . . . Hundreds and hundreds of par- 
countries. 5 oe Bes oe Pra ary Paul thé roses all are bare; I would like to thank you all for your , cels are flying across the Atlantic every week via TCA, 5 
y “ch Brown the etems that once were green. support in last Mlonday’s elecfton and * =e * each carrying hdppiness and good cheer for Christmas ¥ 
For ea enrol stp ls poate ne take this opportupity of wishing all -to our friends in the Old Country. We'll keep them . x 
SCR Z ales the, citizens of Belleville the Season’s flyin but until the rush Is over, please don't pack. = g 
And as tenderly we lay Greetings ! = Ret dn 1 ite ; Le athe dara 
- . Over them a covering deep, t SelAN : “perishable foods. ; ok 
ate se - FRANK A; SM 2 bhae 
ener FRANK SMT || TRANS-LANADA 
We believe when eprtng mata “DUKi2” a Pep M ae A aan : ~ : 


with-| ‘They. will, wake to bloom again, —.. 


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the way toward a betten tomor- 
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mother received the guests in a Mrs. E. May, president of* the brass 
maroon gown with black acces-| the p and: baking . with: the’ extra flavour f f 
sories and wearing a ‘corsage’ of aot Club, expressed appreciation *tor cooking s . J Ae ENG nes ee 
roe travelling to ‘Toronto and Baking with that'special extra'flavour’ for its quality and delicious flavour:for* 
other western cities the . bride a « ‘SPs : SEAS nS 
chose costume of browa with quarter million of nll: hate Sat EN ey ered ira ar AVA PRE 
matching accessories. dren, alone, are camps; ° : family (more> juste matter o Crown Brand yTup is a favourite. - : 
Foll their return Mr. and | 200,000 ha ot yet been found. , : . tA ‘% Soe a Se 
snort eill take up residence | This project was begun by “Oy chance. Quality ingredients must take in so many ways:—as @ spread on ts, 
en bc let By ee eaictiea\ oavien bates first place in a wise homemaker’s recipes ~ read or toast—on waffles: or pancakes  *. u 
hos Committee, trom where ‘any v {XED for, aside from their health value,‘they  —in a glass of: milk—as-a.topping for: ; 
ert oey used clothing contri. I) S : do‘ away with ‘costly kitchen failures. ;: puddings and ice‘cream—as a sweetencs.. ¥ 7 
ope’s needy, peoples ‘CASE * That is why Canadian housewives pre: that gives your baking that extra flavour’. 
Alarming ‘Héalth Conditions ‘ Aeet fer Crown:Brand Corn Syrup—famous *_ to delight the tastes of the'whole family. °°) 
oe eereregeee| WRT a ee en oS 
Czechoslovakia | arg’ alarmines tite 40 pe eon ‘ heb We appreciate your loyalty to Quality. = 
of the ecicdigree 
killed during the war. In ; ’ 
one hospital for 100 patients the , 
nursing staff consists of two day- : s : . Ve aN 
time and two night-time nurses. & e ° 
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‘in concentration 
camps and have no knowledge of 
their parents. Some were taken 
to Germany to be Nazified at a 
very early age, cven as young as 
three weeks, s0 they have no re- 
mergbrance of parents, and no 
knowledge of affection. They are 
afrald when addressed, they cry 
or runaway to hide, Some of 
these children: were secret mes- 
sengers to the unde: ind force 
es,.and* learned to lle. Some of 
15 and 16 years have Gone Ger- 






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work. MONTREAL - TORONTO Sell : 

Also Monsfactyrers of Casoda Corn Storch » ih Cast 






dren; for the children who 
afraid, who cry, who hide when 
spoken to and who crave affec- 
tion.” : - 

“On my last trip,” continued 
the Doctor, I saw some of these 
frightened little ones in groups, 
playing games in the grounds of 





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+ 3 3. bringing excitement,’ parties ‘and 
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2° AIRY THis. WONDERFUL 7% 
CHRISTMAS CAKE RECIPE" ° 






“1 Know Just 
Fam Sera How You Feel” 
Sond , “I know because I have been that 


: YOU;T00, may lookforthese skin : 
improvements in only 14 DAYS!- 


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tewart, tied, 97. ig Rowe, 
Heath, |5e7 and Ivan Sine’ 95.5. ? 


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+ | newspapers here and 
A. Huffman, 97.7; Horace se . =. = 
Tere Ree Johnston, 


Remington; 97.5; Earl — 
+197. ap and Wes ts Remington, 97 a. 
A D. Sandford, ne 2, and 


John Andrews, 

. " September “Earl ry 97.9; 

+|Cheese Producers Sandford, 7, Brice 

; | Prince Edward Mitchel, Odes, 07.5; A. J. Vor 
Herb Atherton, Picton; aoe Bee ste Earl McNeil, 97.9; 

Gallagher, Milford and D. M, Sandford, 97.8; A. J. Vos- 

Newcombe, Picton. . burgh, 97.55 and John Andrews, 

747 

Lennox and Addington Cheese Producers’ aoe 
June — Earl MeNell, 98; A. J. Poni pea lana 

Vosburgh, i Mac Remi Rowe, 97.6; J. A. Reid and ~ With an average of 788 per 


ington, | . Doug 
97.5, and Wes Remington, 97.3. Alex Stewart, tled, 97,5 and Ivan |married veterans ou 
Suly — A. J. Vosburgh, $6; Mac|Sine, 955. ” other students, 














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Geo, Gallagher, 97.5; 
Fred Newcombe, 97.3; Herb Ath- 
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@ You're invited to come in this week-end and 
visit CHRISTIAN’S TOY LAND, where a large 
selection of all kinds of toys is on id Siialehy 
’ including: 








Beautifully styled Winter Coats — all 1 ae 
new merchandise — wide choice of 


styles in untrimmed and fur trimmed O. F i 









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Telephone Sets Guns 








































Cars Erector Sets coats — all sizes. > : ; : 
Trucks Pull Toys - ~ us 
Play Typewriters Doll’s Showerbath be — ¥. 
Electric Stoves Sink Cabinets ; po a 
Tops Chemistry Sets FE ES 7 
Boats Blackboards i 3 
Kitchen Cabinets Elevator Mills . | 
, so} P ' ~~, 
or : Hered A lovely selection of Wool Dresses in 1 am 
ony Beate Te all colors, styles and sizes, All new f ; \ 
Toboggans __ Wheelbarrows merchandise. A splendid opportunity : f : ; 
Hockey Sticks Ski Outfits to buy a better dress at this great J bs 
Dump Trucks » Buses _ saving! - 
Table Tennis Sets ‘Construction Shovels 
Tool. Sets Irons ; 
Skating Outfits Puities ALL MERCHANDISE IS 7 1947. - 48- SNLES 
Wagoris Trieyees AND MUST BE SOLD IMMEDIATELY TO MAKE 
Doll Carriages Tractors : se 
‘Drums. Bugl “ SPACE FOR IN-COMING SPRING STOCK 
j gles Pal : ‘ 
Bicycles Games vise 
Bie. . Bie Be , Ete DUE TO THIS-DRASTIC REDUCTION THERE WILL BE 


Here's” something to really 
Siadden the heart of any 
‘boy. © {AnAmerican Flier 
or Lionel Electric Tram. 
<Also sturdy ‘wind-up mech- 


- CHRISTIAN’S 


AD Nth and ow ARe 


- Eleetrie and Mechanical Trains NO LAY-AWAYS—NO EXCHANGES-ALL SALES FINAL 





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* Lew Production Cost’Allows 
Dominion 


Auckland, New ealand —' 
—As New Zealand’s aid for. 


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to: Sell: Producej: 






imported meat.” 


deal of 


‘for Britain National Council, in 
conjunction wah the govern- 
rent and farmers’ organizations, 
i of sec- 


other 
the new drive a success. 

























































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‘An important-aspect,from Bri- 
tain’s point of. view, is that New 
Zealands selis her produce at 

much‘/lower prices than any 

other. country. except Australia; 

which charges about the same. 
Cost. of production is lower in 
the southern Dominions than in 
most places because there is no 
need to winter stock inside and 
most feed is produced on farms. 
Also New Zealand seeks from 
Britain only sufficient for a fair 


2 SR-7o3g [return to producers. 





years probation. 4 


SOURCES OF IVOR 





S your qssurance 


L Richer Flavour—Only the California sate! 
. orange gives you richer, trvue-orange flzrour. 
You enjoy extra delicious juice and eating. 


2. Bri Colour—In the skin and in the juice 
the brighter colour of this finer winter orange 
tells you—it’s a taste treas! 


3. No Seeds—Only nave! oranges from sunny 
California are truly seedless. No waste! No 
straining! Safer for the kiddies. 


4. Ecsier fo Peel—Only California nave! oranges 
peel so easily, so cleanly, That means extra 
uses—for lunch boxes er sliced for recipes. 


5. Easier to Section—Enjoy the fresh flavour of 
calornls sevel oranges as ‘healthful between 
meals s 













it's Easy to Get Your Daily Vitamin C 


California Navel Oranges are an excellent 
source of Vitamin C. So no matter how or when 
you.enjoy the extras of these finer winter 
oranges you get the vitaminC you needtohelp 
protect teeth, to help maintain health. ; 





Only the Fines? are Stamped Sunkist 
Alwsys ask for Sookist. The Sunkist 
fame assures you of the finest frnit from 

14,500 co-operating Californis-Arizons 
, -Cittus growers, @ 


‘Sunkist 


CALIFORNIA Nacct. oR RANGES 


‘}than a third of ~ her» imported 
butter and onl: one fifth of her] 



























exrré «| BEGINS REFORMATORY TERM 
of e* 4 Laconia, N. H., Dec. 4—(AP)— 


Barbara Roberts, 21-year-old 
esday 













mas season slaying of her father. 
Barbara and her brother, William 
17, pleaded guilty to manslaugh- 
ter after the charge had been re- 
duced from second degree mur- 
der, William was placed on four 


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‘ Ivory is obtained from the ele- 
phant, ie soars oe hippopota-| Hole has started a community 








of these 5 EXTRAS [ 


in its past history. 


Back in 1907 when pioneers of 
° n@ searched for 


the sky. 

When the Canadian govern- 
wore on to bring — 
ty — per ounce juce 
tion in the price of gold — the 
mines were forced to close. When 
war came the population decreas- 
ed-from 2,200 in 1940 to 1,100 in 
1943, and the town looked more 
like a ghost town than at ‘any 












-  Afrliner (arrow) ‘approaching Cleveland airport is 
framed by branches of the:80-foot elm, which is holding u 
use of the terminal’s new bad-weather landing equipment. 
Karl Olsen (foreground), owner of the six-acre plot’ on 
which the tree stands, has hung a $40,000 price tag on the 
tree, which C.A.A. says must be removed from the alr- 
planes’ glide path. City of Cleveland ps land at 
$25,900, but Olsen claims he will lose $5, annually from 
parking fees during air races. 


U.S. Women Knit 
Warm Shawls For 
British Sisters — 


New Bradford, Mass., (CP) — 
Some shivering Britons soon will 
be cosier becaiise of a “share-a- 
shawl” plan devised by a Cape 
Cod woman, 

Mrs. Francis Crane of Woods 


time in its history. 
Now a Township 













township. 












unteered to ship the shawls to 
England without charge for Indi 
viduals or groups unable to af 

















R, Crane of Chicago, former Un- 
ited States minister to China, 
Mrs. Crane formerly resided in| 
MThe reason ‘she ‘picked shawls | P22 

reason she p! Ww ., 
ere one through a fuelless | Bay and Val. Dior. 
winter? 


























hold.” Py fu 
And she has set a hoped-for 
quota—"One shaw! for every wo- 
man in the U.S.A.” 








knitting bee in New Bradford 
which she hopes will spread 
through the country. 

Her rallying cry is —“Let's ; 
start knitting again. Shawls this MILES OF NERVES 
time, tens of thousands of them, 













when she was ill in a Boston ~——---— 
hospital. 
The letter was from the Dow- 
ager Marchioness of Reading, 
head of the Women's Voluntary 
Services of Great Britain, Mrs. 
Crane's hostess during‘ a two- 
month visit to England last year. 
Reading Lady Reading's des- 
cription of a housewife preparing 
@ scant meal over a candle flame 
—the only means of light and 
heat in the house — Mrs. Crane 
thought: aay : 
“If only we could put a shawl 
over the shoulders or across the 
knees of all the people who are 
living like that in Britain.” 
She talked over the idea a 












- Enjoy Nestlés 








= old friend, Miss Pauline Fen- 
0 of Boston, long a zealous lla- 
son worker between W.V.S_ in 
Britain and this country. 
Within two months, Miss Fenno 
had discussed the shawl project 
personally with Lady Reading 
and her associates, and won their 
enthusiastic approval. 


Campaign Under Way 


Now the New Bradford Stan- 
fdard Times has volunteered fo 
serve as headquarters for a na- 
tional “‘share-a-shawl” campaign. 
Already the city’s British Re- 
(lef Society has revived ils war- 
{time knitting group and mem- 
‘bers are busy with needles and 
crochet hooks, 

Other friends of Mrs. Crane, in 
New York, St. Louls and her 
|home town, Chicago, have for- 
| warded several hundred shawls 
}to Britain, she reports. 

Through arrangements made 
by the W.V.S., shawl shipments 
are admitted duty free when ad- 
idressed to W.V.S. headquarters, 
'41 Tothill Street, London, S.W, 1, 
England. 

The Church World Service Cen- 
tre, Long Island, N.¥., has vol- 





















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| No Appetite For Days? 
| YOU NEED MORE 


LIVER BILE 


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Come- | eight-day. stay of ‘execution has 
been’ granted Sydney George 
Chambers, 35, of St. Catharines, 
who was tojhave been hanged 
Dec.'8 for the.’ Christmas week 
strangle-slaying of nine-year-old 
Marian Rusnak. An appeal for the 
reprieve was made jointly before} sed cold-blooded murderer.” 












By 1945, town council — it had 
attained the status of muncipal 
mattrity in 19838 — decided the 
town was not faring so well and 
back to the status of a 


Eight miles away the expand- 
ing Kerr-Addison and Chestere 
ville mines were creating a_ma- 
jor housing problem. Larder 
jumped to fill the breach and ar- 
Sitea ee for <onerees = bt 
itime houses for new fam! 
ford the overseas shipping cost. |" "This stroke of initiative was 
Daughter of the late Charles /rojowed with another. An equip- 
ment company began to grow and 
fill orders for nuts, bolts, steam- 
shovels and bulldozers for pur- 
rs as far distant as North 


next built its own private 
“They're easily made,” she said es pipe Dear = theigecrrecn§ ha cons 
“Because they are not made to/as the big trading centre of the 
size, they can be passed around | north — snd marked the town as 
among all members of a house-/| <n important market centre of the 


ture. 

Changing government gold pol- 

icy, unstable world conditions, 

the unprecedented antics of the 

stock market, and the disap-| 

| pointments of nature have a! 

for industries; but it 4s, forging 
or es, 

Uncounted thousands of miles 

to keep our British friends warm. ahead on small enterprises and 
A teecless war worker, she of nerve fibre comprise the brain |her geographical good fortune in 

credits the idea to a letter that and nervous system in the human|a country belng recombed for 

came to her a few months ago body. traces of valuable minerals. 





































































: Mestlés prodects best 
kaows—most ssed 
. fer hebles erevad 


bets ae _m 00 0ne 6enems 


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2 ustice sald: ; 
“The appellant-was' warned be- 
fore this statement was taken and 
it is in evidence that no threats 
oo were made to obtain 
Sald. Mr. Justice R. G. Fisher, 
who- agreed with the reasons of 







Toronto, ‘Dec. 4 — (CP) — 






murder I have had to deal with| shich 
in my jtfdicial expérience. The 





cused may be described asa iech- 
erous libertine and a self-confes- 


Chief Justice R. S. Robertson by ine 
defence counsel: E. A.) Maloney|__*/ AMSTOCEATIO SFORT 


- Falconry was a favorite recrea- 
tion of the aristocracy of the 


Middle Ages, 
FOR THE FINEST: IN 40h 


It was not necessary for the AT A PRICE EVERYONE CAN AFFORD. 
body to be found to warrant con- ‘WE SPECIALIZE IN CLEANING AND DRAXING 
viction, Chief Justicé Robertson RAINCOATS. LADIES’ WEARING APPAREL 


sald yesterday in written reasons A SPECIALTY. 4 
for dismissal of the appeal. The 


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Mr. Maloney said he intended 


the canning plant furnace. 

















sion that the little girl was mur- 
dered and that her body was dis- 
posed of in the furnace by the ap- 
pellant, and to dispense with 
other proof of the corpus delicti.” 






































SLICED . ais 


HEINZ ASSORTED 4 
23c 








ORANGE SEVILLE 


MABMALADE sun. x0 37e 


YUKON CLUB (CONTENTS ONLY) 


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SALMON worm ym De 
NOODLES -2:<1. revert 2c Pe 
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BB [S:20DNG PORK: 

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-_ singing of the National An- 


em. - 

The next meeting will be held 
on December lith., at the home 
Hugh Brady, with hostes- 















TAUGHT BUYING ABT 


When a boy in ancient Rome 
reached the age of 12 he accom~ 
panied his father to the market 
to learn the art of buying and 
selling. 











LOW FARES, 


TYPICAL FARES FROM BELLEVILLE 
One Way Return Eetarn 














THE PERFECT \ 
CHRISTMAS GIFT — 


A Thompson-Riley 











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Gra Swe i Full information from your Local Agent: 
i : Sweet Pickles - -~-30c eige é 
Grape Nut Flakes-~ ~. : || - CHRYSLER SUMMER ‘AND WINTER, COAL AND OlL- Individualized HARRY’S LUNCH (BUS) STOP) 
Large - - --2 for 29¢ Tomato Juice - - 10c FIRED UNITS. segs 
ee Can Tomatoes - 2 for 45c DOOR ME. PORTRAIT : 
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Large . Grape Fruit Juice CALL 3302 FOR FREE PLUMBING AND HEATING PHONE 3157 






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nviccawe DOBBS | yids 
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Muffets Cereal - 2 for 25c: | Fry’s Cocoa, 16-0z. .-"30e 


SPECIAL — CLARK’S ‘SOUP --- 3 for 25¢ 


FOR APPOINTMENT 









BELLEVILLE 








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BY. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 6th ~~ | 





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2 holm's Mills 
— ru road, concurred 
Oe OIsTINCTIVE & | pane Bots 
s after receiving 






STYLING’. 


areasx, which requested the sec- 
ond concession of Hungerford as 
far west as Chisholm'’s Mills be 
made a county road, and after in- 
specting it in a body, both this 
road and the existing county road 
to Maribank from the southwest, 
we recommend to-the December 
session of County Councli the 
following: ¢ 
That the portion of County 
Road Number Six commencing at 
the of County Road| {ng 
No. 15 (on the Lonsdale Ridge 
































were deserving of consideration. 
Huge sums were going out of the 
year and council 
of the opinion that these 
monies could be kept in Canada 
and spent on hospitals instead of 





UNRIVALLED 













ELEGANCE ; Ra reo ger 
Road) and Coun ‘um! 
: th when they come ? 
Leaders 6 én what is known as the 6th! Tye Roads and Bridges Com- 
i northerly on the Lonsdale side 
n road, thence west and north east-/- 
A erly fhe! nae Prebsorsd of meets 
on road on the second con- 
ccuracy cession of Hungerford Township 
and (being approximately 7% miles 
ee eee 
“3 Beauty done, we further recommend that 


the township road’ along- what is 
known as the second concession 
of Hungerford, commencing 
where -the existing county road 


was laid over to the committee on 
by-laws. 


Lengthy Discussion 


Lengthy discussion followed a 
request from the township of 
Dungannon asking that it be al- 









number seven at Chisholm’s Mills 


nd not ha 
C vores ‘ely pine a ve the business done in 
long) be 


assumed as a county] Reeve G. Sprackett 


Spy 


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ALIFO! SUNMAID 


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-§-Pound Round - - $2.55 


‘BLACK DIAMOND CHEESE (HUMIDOR) ou... eceeeseee wessciberstenoascete see $3.50 
SOLVE YOUR CHRISTMAS SHOFFING BY GIVING ONE OF THESE USEFUL GIFTS. 











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SHIREIFF’S GOOD MORNING 


Mtoe iar. AME 


CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S 


. FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES 


{WAXED TURNIPS — CABBAGE — COOKING ONIONS 
"BULK CARROTS — SPANISH ONIONS — PEPPER 


: epee WALNUTS 53¢ SQUASH — YAMS — CRKLERY — LETTUCE '— TO- 
< ar eee edo Gi MATOES — MUSHEOOMS — GRAPES —_ BANANAS— 
‘ AFPLES' (eating and cooking) — PEARS — ORANGES 


z LEMONS — GRAPEFR 
EEKIS — —_— UIT — TANGERINES — 
fetilate tg” POTATOES — CRANBERRIES — PAES. 























in | complain 












































lowed to conduct its own tax sales 


the regular manner by the county. 
asked for an 










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The swordfish’s sword is nearly, 


sete (Dairy School Superintendent |j see 
1 Deals With Nutritive Value |’ td 


" [half as long 


e ee 










Of Cheese: at Convention 


i] farmers were paid for the; Mr. McKergow, 
‘nutritional value of cheese on the|the Montreal: Pro 
‘jsame baste as that of milk, cheese jurged co-opera' 
would sell for 85 cents per pound |jamong the various branches of the 
‘when milk was 18 cents, members |cheese industry. Farmers, cheese- 

Cheese |makers and government officials 
should show a greater spirit of co- 
operation, 


Pay Subsidy to Farmer 
President of the Ontarlo Cheese 


4 
representing 
visions ‘Trade, 
tion. 





for more 


PARES EOE ate Pr eae 
Ati a hie le 









— 





e Dairy School. 
Dr. Gibson gave an enlightening 
‘address on the nutritional value 
of cheese as compared with that 
of milk showing that the price of 
was m that 


sent to the factory and not on 
quality cheese. 

“After all.” he said, “the only 
thing which the farmer produces 
on his farm is the milk and it 


cheese milk subsidy should be 
paid on the quality of milk pro- 
duced.” * 2 

Continuing he sald that during 


millions was, paid out in cheese 
subsidy and in the words of a 










ts sell at a price at least equal 
to what they sell in milk then It 
was Late al er ne cheese 
ust be lu at a loss. 
ince 1030 = food has ber 
on such a meagre p' 
Brees cheese, motwithaten ding 
ernment muses and prem- 
fine he sald. “With the removal 
of government subsidies the in prominent government official 
cannot ag pe eee we have nothing to show for 
lines. seme | ite? 
manufacturing companies in Can-| “y5, Batantyne admitted that 
ada aro ceasing to, make cxPah| subsidy payment on quality milk 
ting at a Joss.” production may not be the cor- 
opera ah rect answer to the problem but - " 
Shortage of Makers he stated that if they waited to} the agitation afoot for the ! 
Mr. Git lso decried the see if it was right they would} ing of all mill handl 
shortage .of good cheesemukers, 
stating that this was due to the 
fact that the industry does not 
pay sufficient wages to keep the 
good men. “During the past. 12 
years the dairy schools have 
graduated. enough men to keep the 
factories supplied but today there 
Is a shortage of makers, This is 
due entirely to the low pay and to 
the factory living accommoda- 
tions which makers and thelr 
families are xd s 
































ed out all night, and when 
he returned in the morning, 
“told me he had been hunv- 
ing or fishing.” The couple, 
married for 16 years, have a [dustry 
daughter, Beverly, 14, ~zhose 
custody is to be divided be- 
tween the parents. - 





95.00 te 910.00 


GOLD FILLED 
46,50. 10 20.00 























‘i ee i fs 
Best way to-help fill this 
2-year-old’s Christmas stock- 
ing at Weston: Sanitorium is 
to buy T.B. seals, 
and so ald her’ recovery. 


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opinion on the matter. 
Reeve Clarke Rollins, Wollas- 
ton, speaking on the question told 
council that in his experlence the 
county system was the better. He 
had found trouble with deeds not 
being properly made out, and in 
the end the matter had to be 
turned back to the county for ad- 
justment, + 

Reeve Neal of Marmora village 
felt the idea of municipalities 
conducting thelr own gales of Jand 
for taxes was the better way. 
“Communities,” he said, “had 
their own idea of what was going 















































therds for fly control which he 
The speaker mentioned briefly | stated had proven satisfactory. He 










484 $s hades areas, 


‘ 4 Wben’ oo 
i ly. 


YVn.ndURES FROM TOYLAND } 
TO THRILL YOUNG HEARTS AT CHRISTMAS! 





m 
only the municipality but to 

residents as well. Arrears in 
taxes could be paid under the 
In any event, he 
pointed out, there were very few 


pee land offered for sale 
Coun: 

















fe de de beds de $4 44 Be Ba ge 8 
















or over for flavor; 30 score 
total of 98 points or over, while 
$7 had full points for finish. The 
loss of one fifth of one per cent 
in finish put a cheese out of the 
Rigg ‘or the high prizes, he 
sa 





HUNDREDS OF 






















Quality Splendid : : 

Me aaerente quatty ot he (@@ GRAND ASSORTMENTS ON DISPLAY! eae morse epee : 

This brings the amount to be ex- |show cheese was splendid insofar on een errr , ss At 3 for 25e— . f 
pended on the county roads sys-|as finish was concerned, the sen- ‘a é t fact 0 \, PICTURE STORY BOOKS 
tem to $172,000, stated he had noticed A for very Little Folks. 








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Cecil John Rhodes, Imperial 


statesman famous for his work in’ 


the unification of South Africa, 
is buried in the Matoppa Hills 
about 30 miles from Bulawayo, 


atisfaction 


IN KNOWING 


@ that your Investments ara in good order 
and are being carefully looked after, - 















ly finished article when such 
carelessness might mean the loss 
cent per pound. “The 
makers in many cases just do not 
take the time to do the job pro- 
perly,” he said. 



































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on each 








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‘ieee louse land or any part of 


‘SEE US TODAY.. a Sadr ET. 








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thie genet 
year re 

e than 2,000 cases 

men leaving their 

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thorities 

allan autores 










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Before the war orhing was 
done about British » seamen desert- 









FEER 
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be named Manchester Regiment, 
few the same name borne by a convoy 
ship sunk in 1940, 

grazing. The plaque, facing the main 
companionway, was unveiled at a 






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ELITE CREDIT JEWELLERS 


301% Front Street te Phone 1379 










years the 
company’s services, who had four 
Manchester Uners blown up 
under him in two world wars, 





THAT’S WHAT 


aon YOU'LL FIND AT 
- SCHWAB'S 







plaque presentéd recently by the 
famous fighting unit of her home 








newest in the Man- 
PA og yg ve et pe 
az year ago to replace wartime 
The army requested she, 


COKE FASYTO 
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NOTE: DUE TO THE EX- 
PANSION OF OUR OFFICE 
SUPPLY AND EQUIPMENT 
BUSINESS, WE ARE FORCED 
TO GIVE UP THE MAJORITY . 


FSO eS 












Ra 


The Right Time! 












3 OF OUR GIFT LINES. WE f. 
MUST HAVE THE SPACE 

. AND WE ARE SELLING OUT % 
a OUR GIFT STOCK AT MARK- * 


DOWNS THAT WILL AMAZE 
YOU. ALMOST EVERY LINE — 
"IS. PRICED TO SELL FAST. 
‘WE ASK YOU TO COMPARE 
OUR PRICES AND SEE FOR 
YOURSELF ... WE'RE NOT 
KIDDING! 





The Right Prices! 















REDUCTIONS TO. 
“SAVE YOU MONEY 


CHWAB’S SELLING OUT SA E 


40 BRIDGE STREET EAST 













“Pre-war Price...;. 25¢ 
Wartime Taxes & Orders ye ie 5% 


ve = Nee Youpay BGR 
Listes Obie oon p2ae 






Dec. 14; —(CP)— It 
that Max- 
figure- 


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Fe reat viasstron ino) ceremony rd) bm at $200,000. ’ Twenty-two’ over 
 ierbeerpss range pos-| streams : as, 
nag sibility‘of an : explosion. Fifteen - families of water were played on the flames’: | 

were helped ‘to safety from the two-alarm 

fire in. the downtown district which swept 

through three‘ buildings with damage esti- 
KERT. & CO. LIMITED — 
(Et. 1883) 


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which she worked and suffered, 
seemed an empty triumph. 


Madame In Toronto 

It was in this hour of despair that 
the book, Trails of Truth, “was 
handed to her. From the gentle 
hands of a Polish girl it came, 


cee 
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J 


command.of English, Her own 
heart had found ‘comfort therein; 
and the woman to whom she gave 
it was also restcred to brightening 

strength and 


| 


at the-Royal Conservatory: 
Music that we met her. At’ the 
mere» mention of our-mutual 


FOR SATISFYING 


\avout and 


ae 
the guilt and pynishment of the 
tyrants who made that ‘camp 50 the 
infamous. * ‘ 
Flight From Poland © 


occupled by 

But a little past 

trudged by devious ways all ac- 
reach friends 


ross . 

Yn’ Paris. There she became the | ti 
‘sweetheart of a bitterly  anti- 
Nazi soldier, a university: grad- 


Nats in Shell 
MIXED NUTS © = 1b.43c 
- ALMOMBS «fami. b.33c 
WALNUTS scooe 1b. 47< 
_ -FILBERTS .'. . , 1b. 33c 


oppress! 
oine’ and the soldier are married. 
There {s a letter from tat young 


RENNET T. 
CUSTARD POWDER 
PEANUT BUTTER 


wife before us now, a letter bor- 
rowed from Pincock. It is 


Mrs. 
dated the 17th October, 1947, at — 


2 remote corner of the French 

side. How are they faring 
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pmong the wellwishers. The 
cou, and tardy audience is 
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Around the Lots 
Joan Crawford ‘is enlarging a 
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brains of the Speer babies, . five- 
day-old Siamese twins who are 
joined at the tops of their heads. 

The babies are joined by a bone 
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at normal “soft. spots’ of their 
heads. Dr. Donald Casely said 


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boastful. » Two 


NO TURNING 
by Kathrn Bemis 


She at length received a 


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It-was. Chuck's iy 


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Nothing a 
was explained in she didn’t care for the set-up, 
latter, but it appealed to Kay as |she need not. accept the cffer. . 





For a 
he 
un- 






satisfying to have a constructive 
plan to act upon that she begar 
to be nearly happy. Her business 
outlook, she thought, was entirely 
hopeful. She was confident that 
the agency would not have sent 
for her unless there were a pos- 
sibility of her being acceptable as 
a hostess, Where she was sup- 
posed to act in this capacity, she 
had no idea, but at least she could 
look over what the position offer- 
ed in the way of congenial em- 
ployment and remuneration. I 












































Her” relief, unfortunately, was 


that night at|decidedly brief, for Webb ac- 
ob dinner and announced her de- |com ta 
no! rture in the m 
Webb Taylor’ glowered at her 
should be |from_ across the table. 
road wag|Worrled second she thought 
t nothing but |Was going to say something 
ck be iniportant | Pleasant, but he only remarked, 
to her, In shielding him from'dis-|with @ quiet mockery, “A heavy 
honor, she was being heroic, near- |date at Deweyton, I presume.” 
woly so, but her love Her old spirit flared up to meet 
for him: was beyord her control. his challenge. She had had en- 
: Jt had come to her unbldden, it /Ought of his jealous meddling. 
had remained with her it would| If it's impo 
remain—always. know—I'm hoping to fill a busi-jof ¢, 
+ Webb was now a bigger nuis-|ness position.” 
ores He tried to be Big mg ahs came from around 
was. only ridicu- |the e. of 
a “pusiness?” Webb laughed but 
he was . his eyes snapped. “What do you 
jnonths! If she could only be lucky |profess to know about business?” 
to 


her to the station in 
the morning, her luggage piled 
with hers in the station truck. 
It was maddening, but she dared 
not make a scene and. get rid of 
him now. beds 
There was nothing but a dirty, 
stuffy day coach on this early 
train into the city. This was the 
last straw. With Webb beside her 
on the uncomfortable red plush 
seat, she attempted, as the train 



























to|pulled away, a nonchalant wave 
farewell 





to Gloria and the 
other members of the camp crowd 
who had come down to see her 








trust herself to speak to the man 
at her side. She was storming 





> ‘enough to find something to do in| He dashed out his cigarette and |within herself like a hurricane 

ahe business world during that |rose without himself. lt, full blast. 
period! Generally he was rude when 

4 - Kay entered deeper jangry. 
‘end deeper into ceaseless carousal| Kay allowed him to leave the 
Of gayety at the lake. She danced, jroom without answering him, al- 
‘¥he-ywam, she ‘rode surf boards, ager she was slightly reresnes 
took trips in speeding motorboats |by 

’ over rough waters, - she loved |’ cine to change her! HORIZONTAL 
being in a sailboat during a squall. plans about leaving. but when 4 Rich ia'ait 
Bie Sted 0 flict but bad oo Sear lint insisted that she must get paperetoe theres) 

it, she tried to read, but her into the business of making her ty pron 

jaind refused fasten on the lown living, Gloria accepted the © Nourtehed 


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» Felt Tired And 
Stomach Out of Order; Nerves 
‘on Edge, Couldn't ‘Sleep — 
“Tells of Grand Results He 
+. Got by: Taking Syntoha. - 
"’ “During recent years, in addi-| , 
‘tion to long. working hours, I 
have had sickness and death in 
niy family, which placed»me un- 
der a very severe physical strain,” 
Mr. Delbert W. Ostertag, 


sald 
‘Welland Street, Chippawa, On- 
itario, in a recent report. 


” “As a result I dadly run- 
Loss of sleep, Foor, acoet 
other that Se 


used Synto 

“ and hed* Apseeae 

: ‘ined and worncut. "| medicine hel 
og Beveral friends were talking to] ed it most. 
foe about Syntona, and when 1 read Herbs and Roots, Syntona pro- 


cae er how it was helping other| motes better digestion and assim- 
z 





story ple (decision as final, was 
so right the |pathy, and sent her mai 
feeling more |jroom to pac’ 
t her life could| Kay was going to Alb: 
t in any end. early morning train. 


Back Hurt; Limbs  Ached 
Rundown 


sym~- 
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Webb sat smiling down at her 
In veiled amusement. 
“You can't get away with it, 
Kay. Making this move without 
me—your promised 

husband,” he said, at last. 

She dropped her eyes, twisted 
the clasp of the blue linen hand- 
bag in her lap. She drew her] 
short blue linen jacket tigh 
about her rigid figure, meking 
herself too busy to reply. 

He offered sourly, “Are you 
listening to me?” 

finally got out, “I—E sup- 


pose $0. 

“You're not taking a position— 
anywhere. It's entirely prepost- 
erous! If you néd 
if that's worrying you—Ill ar- 
range a most eleborate one. You 
should know that.” 

She drew herself up quicyly, 
her eyes filled with loathing. 
ened up at him a little crooked- 


y. 
“How long will you continue to 


his ps with his 
tongue, He gave her an angry 
glance. His ugly expression fairly 


lone with al the tom- 
foolery! I think we'd better get 
ed—no sense in walting out 
the two months. Let people gossip 


run my affairs?” 


f. 
For a long time, she did not | marri 


(To Be Continued) 


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DEALER. 


Cer. Bridge and Coleman Sts. 


| THE EASIER WAY 


Prepare your thardweod or linel- 
eum floors for the Christmas Season 
the modern way non-skid 
waterproof, 


PLAST-I-GLOSS 


DRY IN ONE HOUR 


EXCELLENT FOR STAIRWAYS, 
KITCHEN, BATHROOM, 


DELIVERY, Phone 1463 
D2-4-6 





























short wave. excellent condition. See 
st at T.A. Tucker and Co. 217 Front 
8t. Phone 772. De-2t 


Used oaly twice. Prone E223. 


{ 
nee DS-at A GOOD PLACE TO DEAL 


1946 DODGE Deluxe Sedan. 


New car. 
‘tes, size Be man’s black over- 
Etter ‘almost size 40; <u 


tlon; boy’s tweed overcoat sets: Ser dl pt er aaa 
Prive trian see WITH A 3- 
a ge 280 East ge Strect or 


1940 FORD V8 Truck. %{ - 1- 
Ton Express. 








194¢ DODGE Deluxe. 


1937 CHEY. SEDAN. 





1935 HUDSON Sedan. Low 
mileage. One owner. 






1931 FORD Coupe. New mo- 
tor, tires. 


CAN BE SEEN AT 
| DUFFY’S | 
CITIES SERVICE | 


130 FRONT STREET 
. D3-3t 


LOANS 
WITHOUT RED TAPE 
mantel Tedion Apply Abbotts. Gere oo *F0aR DOMESTIC NEEDS 


age, 334A Fron Nast 6 AID "When Personal expenses mount 
HEARIN' end you need cash quickly — 
come to Trans-Canada Credit Cor- 

NOTICE SUPPLIES 


poration. Several loan plans av- 
‘The anruat meeting of Mastings Batteries for all types of 


coat, size 14-16. Cheap for quick 
sale, Phone 2916R or apply ee BROWN ENAMEL FINISH. 


3 Sections in Each, 
‘ ~ TWO SIZES 












ly 189 Church St. 





2783 after 








The John Lewis 


COMPANY — LIMITED 
















ailable. Lpans up to $1,000 life 
insured at no extra cost. In 
friendly, private interview ots can 
arrange a@ loan within a 

long, as 24 months to repay at 


All cheese factory patrons urged Battery and Recelver Cords 


be ' 
nes to attend, as this meeting i¢ very |] Miniature Hearing Ald Tubes || Trans Canada |’ 
hardwood fl e, important under present cooaitone 
ROOM, SUIT-| lot. fa Setuah pasar ed shrubs, CLEM H. KETCHESO Guaranteed Repairs. | 


able for light hi keep! Couph 
or Ouse! 

L pbc Apply Box 45 On arto | 
telligencer. * Dt-3t 
=o SHARE EATER 

GIRL RL BOARDER TO = 
Box 33, A Ree pete pei 
“ps-2t 
GARAGE ON ALEXANDER STREET 
Phone 596R. 5 D2-3t 


SVHWTo(ocuKeqyo>3>o)>———= 
NOTICE TO CREDITORS 
AND OTHERS 








et Pe modern: 3 Ra piece sath: pate aapnals 


Hilt. ee $6,000. Oo Will consid. consider any 
reasonable bid. Immediate posses- 











MODERN BRICK DUPLEX. WEST 
Hill consisting of 3 fous self- 
contained apartments. Tenants each 


heat thelr own apartments. This] dren 12 years and under contact Sis- 


shows aes ter Donaldson, 2190R, Broth®r Mac- 80 BE CAREFUL F d’ B tt 
Ret on investment after taxes.” | Donald 22203 not tater tnan Satursey| ‘The grizzly bear rarely i reds ba ery Op | 
8] dren for Christmas party, Dec. 16th. {27 unless surprised or molest- || 349 Front St, Phone 109 


Restor, 


entative, ‘tcesge 
ville. 


CHURCH STREET, JUST SOUTH a 
Victoria Avenue, double solid brick 


DATED at Belleville, Ontario, this 
2nd day of precembars 1947 







; ete. HERE Is A VERY DESIRABLE 
14... Belleville, Ontario,| fonte for you, Well bullt of brick= 
Solicitors for the bas vc ry snaule: — 





Wednesday, December’ 10th sat 
rect Polat! S edise. pouth Tesh 
Doxsees Church, Bethel 8: 


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HOUSE TRAILER, IN 
rea o Sactory wage: Elcar, winter- 


Hox 29, Ontario iy Serer ee 


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SAND, GRAVEL, 
Crushed 






CINDERS, 
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Sodiess 
Ivan May, 240R, 
HARDWOOD, Dp SLA! 

heptane nora BS 


Fhooe Selieville, or write H. 
., Lord. ne 


| Ht 


the property of Norman Simmons, 


. “| first ft east of Stockdale saw mill, 
. Manager, Phone 2077. Surcay Wownah 


stein cows and heifers; pigs; 50 tons 
NEW FRAME BUNGALOW, 5 ROOMS} hay: grain and farm machinery. 


East| D4 Auctioneer. 


" ODDFELLOWS! HEBERAHS! 





rarmaaert|| Hearing Aids for Rent |!“ Cato CORPORATION 
see-Treanuter LIMITED 
—| HITCHON RADIO 15 Campbell St. Phone 2906 
BELLEVILLE 








- AUCTION SE 4 BRIDGE ST. EAST 


Thursday, Dec. 11th., at 1 o'clock, Phone 84 
427-20eTu-Ftt 



















ip: Heavy horses; Hol- 


BATTERIES | 


ALL TYPES CARRIED IN 
STOCK. 


RENTALS FOR ALL CARS. 
NO FAST CHARGING, 












GEO. ARNOTT GREEDINESS FATAL 


Cannibalistic fish, such as: 
pike, often choke to death trying | 
to swallow other fish too ae 
for their throats, 











All sisters and brothers with chil- 








BELLEVILLE 





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ps-at' ed. | 
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ANNOUNCING 


THE OPENING OF 


SMITHS GROCERY 


AT CORNER FRANK ST. and COLLEGE ST. 


FEATURING A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH 
FRUITS, GROCERIES, ETC. 


Temporary Business Phone 619J 
NO SALE TOO SMALL FOR OUR COMPLETE ATTENTION. 
years against lawsuits for ac- 


ANNOUNCING 
eldents others ‘at. your 


THE OPENING. OF home or anywhere else. 
A Complete Commercial and. Domestic —|| “5% US TOPAY. - 


REFRIGERATION SERVICE | | opnr McDOUGALL 
~H. E. McCONNELL | “tiie 


i Dunbar Street Phone 1201M wae hase BELLEVILLE 334 















suppose YOU CAUSED 


THIS ACCIDENT? 


You could be sued — and 
lose plenty — for a very small 
premium you can get $10,000 
Mability prolection for three 
































VETERAN ‘S. 


‘UPHOLSTERY CLEANERS : 


and. EXTERMINATORS 


. Cleaned In your own home. ' 


WORK ..GUARANTEED. 
BELLEVILLE ........ 28163 
TRENTON ......:.. 782-W-1 


Nzote 








‘Highest Pribes" Paid. 


MASSEY-HARR 
MARKET SQUARE 


PAINTING 


DECORATING. 
ESTIMATES FREE 


H. EATON 
, Phone! 1120W 


50,000 US D BAGS. 
WITH or HOLES 


HIGHEST PRICES FOR OLD 
HORSES 


TAKEN AWAY FREE. 


DEAD or DISABLED LIVESTOCK 


REVERSE CHARGES. 


Phone 553 STIRLING. 
2 Naot 





NEW HOMES BUILT 


ALL S“OF ALTERATIONS 


All Work Given Prompt Attention 


A. C. WALKER 
PHONE 747-3 


WANTED 
300 OLD HORSES 


To be humanely destroyed tor 
Ballara@’s Anima! Foods. Highest 





Dr. 


rices. Pick up at barn. BE. JONES, 


it. View, Phone 1-R-ll, Rev 
charges, 


W-A-N-T-E-D 


YOUNG. GIRLS 
TO LEARN SEWING. 
GOOD PAY WHILE 
LEARNING. 


Excellent working 
conditions and steady 
employment, 


eree 








THE BELL SHIRT 


COMPANY 


205 COLEMAN S&T. crrr 


DECORATING 


ss 








Call MacCORMICK, 534 


Puss Pogesal STREET 


— Paper Hanging — 
ba rae - S sue Plaster Bepairs 


FREE ESTIMATES. 


= 


FOR YOUR 


Altt 








HIGHEST PRICES PAID 


BATEMAN | 


MOTORS LID. 


315 Pinnacle St. Phone 2380 


HIGHEST 
PRICES 


GOOD 
USED 


Abtt 


CARS: 


PHONE 


270 


BCNN: MOTORS 


LIMITED 


Cor. DUNDAS and FRONT 
sim the sick. § : ground workings and borings. _ 




























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STATION WAGON 
[REDUCED PRICES 


ALL OUR USED CARS ARE IN EXCELLENT ‘CONDITION 
AND READY FOR WINTER DRIVING. 


1#47- BUICK SUPER SEDANETTE. Custom alr conditioning 
antl heater. Like new. 

17 MERCURY “118” 4-DOOR SEDAN. Heater, Like new. 

1947 JEEP STATION WAGON. Heater. Like new. 

1946. MERCURY “Iii” 4 DOOR SEDAN. eater. Like new. 

19468 MONARCH COACH. Heater. A real buy. 

1940 ong ere 4 DOOR SEDAN. Heater. You can’t do better 

1938 FORD 4 DOOR SEDAN. Look this oxe over and drive : 
it away at $700. 

1937 pitta 4 DOOR SEDAN. You must see this beauty 

1936 PLYMOUTH 4 DOOR SEDAN. It’s = steal at $458. 

1935 CHEVROLET SEDAN DELIVERY. Golng at $456. 

TS eens Poon ene Rough but worth more than 

1932 FORD V8-COUPE. If you want a coupe It's’ another 
steal at $325. 

1931. CHRYSLER COUPE. Going right now at $200. 

1931 DODGE COUPE for $175. 

MORE GOOD BUYS IN THE TRUCK DEPARTMENT 

1946 STUDEBAKER 3 TON DP AXLE WILSON STAKE 
BODY. 825 x 20 tires, heater, radio. You can't dupli- 
cate this barzain. 

1938 CHEVROLET 34-TON PICK-UP, new motor, heater. 

NEW FEDERAL TRUCKS, Any Capacity, for immediate de- 
Livery. 









Di 































CASH — TRADE — TERMS. 


\BONN MOTOR SALES 


Cor, DUNDAS and FRONT — PHONE 270 


Our Lot is Open Till 9 P.M. for Your Convenience. 
Natt 













* 
8 383 


333 323 


As our name implies we are a Belleville 
company here to serve the needs of Belle- 
ville and district citizens. A few of the 
many Bellvue Loan Plans are shown 
above. Your enquiry ts invited when 
cash for family or business financing is 
seiuired Try the , complete financial 
service 































WILLIS JACKSON, Mer. 
Bellvue Finance Corp. Ltd. 
25644 Front St. Phone 617 Trenton 48 King St. 


QUICK & ROBERTSON BUILDING 


Geo. N. Gorman . 


ASSOCIATE MEMBER of the Ontarie 
Association of Real Estate Boards and of 
the Canadian Association of Real Estas 


166 FRONT sf. ‘(Opposite City Hall) 
Phone 99 — House Phone 687. 










rick) 
REacrO 


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WINTER SEASON 


Be sure you have enough fire insurance to take 
care of present-day costs. Personal Property 
Floaters are now too expensive. We gest or- 
dinary fire insurance plus barglary. “ASK US 
FOR DETAILS. \.. p 


JAMIESON BONE & CO. 


PHONE 1364 


SAFE INVESTMENTS, . ‘SURE INSURANCE 





A SCIENTIFIC AND PROFESSIONAL 


OPTICAL SERVICE | - 


by 
OUR REGISTERED OPTOMETRIST 


LEWIS: OPTICAL COMPANY 


280 Front St. BELLEVILLE Phone 1406 a 








MOVABLE HOSPITAL WHAT'S MINING? ao 
Ambulance originally meant aj’ The term “mining” covers all — 


movable hospital and during the processes whereby minerals are 
Crimean War it came to mean a | recovered from the earth, Includ- 
vehicle for the. conveyance of|ing surface workings, undere 


















Hostel 


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1AM THE 300z.SIZE - 
FOR FAMILY A AND PARTY USE 


eek 
ge 


“VAM THE (2ez.’ 
PERSONAL SIZE 


TO TAKE ALONG 
FOR LUNCH, 


noche in law school at Osgoode 
Now the Weston Ont. brunette 


tell you they worship at the feet 
of modern Portias now practicing 
across the inion. 

“Nothing embarrasses us any 
more” said the reserved 





DISTRIBUTORS FOR BELLEVILLE AND DISTRICT = 
WALTER WALLBRIDGE : 


“96 CATHERINE ST. PHONE 2203) 


You Bet It’s Good 


And more than a million’ people know it’s 
good, because each day, either our friendly 
‘ ; bakers or their neighborhood grocers serve 
them with appetizing, nourishing and 


NADA BREAD 


. You really. can Savour ifs Flavour 
Your grocer or our friendly baker will gladly supply you with it. 








Bese 
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Interesting Career 

Both girls uphold the legal pro- 
fession for women. They say it 
offers one of the most inveresting 
careers to be found in Canada. 

“Bome lawyers have risen to 
be judges,” said 22-year-old Jan- 
et, letting her deep-blue eyes 
look far into the future. 

Both think it possible to com- 
bine marriage with a law career, 
but studies and not boy friends 
occupy their minds at the mom- 
ent 
Bernice has become an accom- 
plished singer but she fs not al- 





















~ attention for the next few years 
will be centred on the 25 odd 
subjects she will have to master 
before receiving her degree. 
The girls realize they are in a 
profession comparatively new for 
women and therefore must work 
harder’to reap its rewards. 
First women’ lawyer admitted 
to@he bar in Canada was Miss 
Clara Brett Martin of Toronto, 
who graduated from Osgoode ° 
Hall in 1896, Since then women 
have entered the profession in 
ever increasing numbers. In 
Quebec they have to wait longer 
for recognition than in any other 
province, with three women ad- 
mitted to the bar for the first 
time in 1942. 


Worries Committee 
Washington, Dec. 4 —{AP)— 
The United States Senate is 
ready to start horsing around, 
literally. 

An armed services sub-com- 
mittee was to meet Wednesday 
to decide what to do with 24 
European-born horses which 


were captured by =. 3. 
coon d and shipped this 


untry. 

its odd that one result of a 
mechanized war should be an 
argument over horses. But 
these are extra special beasts. 

They are from famed stud 
farms, and some of them had 
ancestors which were well- 
known before the U, S, Senate 
opened for business. 

Here are the questions to be 
answered: e 

1, Are these horses legitimate 
booty? Are they true prizes of 
war? Or, 

2. Should they be sent back 
to where they came from? 

The answer may affect more 
than horves. It also may apply 
to art treasures, Hohenzollern 
silver and various bits of his- 
toric hardware picked up by an 
a itive army. 

The horses originally lived in 
=} Austria, Hungary, Poland or 
Yugoslavia. But with the Ger- 
man conquest, they were, of 
course, promptly moved to.Ger-" 
man stud farms. That's where 
they were when the Americans 
came, . 

















BUSINESS DIRECTORY 


REAL ESTATE TYPEWRITER REPAIRS ACCOUNTANTS 





A. M. RICHARDS & CO. 
PUBLIC ACCOUN*AN.S 

INOOME TAX CONSULTANTS 
Phene 1238 Frost Street 








LS 
OU WISE TO BUY A HOME— 
7 On sett SOME FROPERTE 













THE JAMES TEXTS LIMITED 
ané Mffictent = 
{ al. OF MA 
5100 '108 TRORS SEREEE 
Fees 






& 
ALTOS 
‘iiaeece as 







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— 
“CLEANING CONTRACTOR 


MAUND’S SERVICE 
STORM wEKDOW 


Cieneias 

weg rine 
Al Employees 
* BELLEVILLE, ONT. 
PALMISTRY 


FUTURE — CONSULT 
ONADAME CLEO 
HANDWRITING EXPERT 


DAVID STONE & CO. 






GUARANTEED REPAIRS 
MARES OF 
STANDARD er PONTASLE TYPR- 


T. SCHWAB 
Stet anatase. | prone 00 BRILEVNLZ, 


Surfaces — VVesetion 
Coveres by~Werk- 


PRONE 920 
sty 
















W.. $. STONE 


CHARTERED ACCOUNTANT 
300 PINNACLE STREET 
: 5 ml ed 


CHIROPRACTOR 







Onr. 
Mi-ly 












AUCTIONEER. 
CAMERON BUNNETT 



















CLARENCE HEARNS 


AUCTIONESR 
adiiyacrion uasaNress 
Tel. 244-5-1-2 urn. Oe 























ARCHITECT 

—————— 

W. A. WATSON, Architect 
Mc Arch, 





CONTRACTORS 
SPRAYING and ROOFING 
Orchards — Weed —, White. 























BARTON HAGGERTY 
AUCTIONEER 


STIRLING Fheee 228 
Reverse Charges en Lemg Distance 














ciamAlYBALT, ROOTING 
ACME HOME and and F FARM 
vasaelMPROVEMENT co. 


CANNIFTON 
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| INSURANCE ss 

Zhe ef Gre loves hall te 
* youre protected wd 
BANBY sUnnows 


HOWARD | FROST 


LIVE AND FIRE INSURANCE 
RENTAL 


=DEISEL BULLDOZER 
CX FILLING HOUSES. 


AL PILES 
sae HAMILTON 
*  DUNDAS 5&r. Phone 
Olé-1m 
CONTRACTORS 


5 WHITEWASHING and DISIN- 
FECTING OF STABLES 






E. 3. COURNEYA 
GENERAL AUCTIONEER 


“Phone 31—Tweed 



















FRED ELGIE 
SONDED BUILT UP ROOFING 
CONTRACTOR \ 


piuievmis — so 


——————————————————— 


BUILDERS’ SUPPLIES 


LUMBER 
ROOFING — INSULATION — sD. 
ALLBOARDS —MABON 

















SURVEYING 


G. NEWELL TROUP 
ONTARIO LAND SURVEYOR 
PO, Bex 1%6 SKLLSvi 1 






























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————$ $$ 
OLD TAVERN BAR-B 8-2 
3 BRIDGE &T. 8. iB Erte 

wext Ores 


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CIVIL ENGINEER 








G'FLYNN & O'FLYNN J. GRIFFITHS 
BARRISTERS & crrors |PAINTING “& DECORATIN 
wait D. _ O'FLYNN, 5% ESTIMATES 


FREE FINKLE 
PHONE 2 pose Phone 30973 _ 


SM ELECTRIC * ‘BSc., M 


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2 Dufferin Ave. Phone 8523 
Naim 





Phone 2030 REGISTERED PEOFESSIONAL 
GINEER P 


Sx 


Smart Manicure Sets by : 


. PERFUMES PEGGY SAGE 


- COFA— Europe’s most discuss- 
Leap nerd fr wtak eftfers his 
flawless fragrances. 











HANDBAG PRIALS Se. GUFT BOTTLES 450 up 


YARDLEY Bathoten .... 6S, 125, 200 


Compacts 1.50, 3.00 up 






















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1.05, 225) er zipper case with manicure es- 


Stationery. Sets.. 50c te: 2.50] “LANCASTER” — 





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-FITCH MEN'S SETS 
Shaving and Hair Preparations, 
attractively boxed. 4 
7~6% — $1.29 


GREETING CARDS | 


Choloe of Assortments. 

Excellent Values. 
12 fine cards—ell differ- 
ent, each with envelope, 
in a nice. box 
Box of 18 Superior cards 
with envelopes 


Yardley Shaving eet a 

After Shave Lotion 85c, L5@ 

Also Sets for Men and We- 
men, 


“Popular Shaving Gifts by 


GILLETTE 









REVLON 


CHRISTMAS SETS 

















Practical Gifts for the 
Men on Your List. 
‘PERKINS 


BILLFOLDS 
ia 
















BLACK BEAUTY tains the 
essentials for 2 complete mani- 
cure, as shown ..... .... = 
Other Sets........ 1.90, L2S, 3.95 














EVERY-DAY DRUG NEEDS 


BRUSHES 
by 


3 Here's a list of eve 
Special. pend 
money on present day drug needs. 


CASCARA TABLETS — 100s, reg. 39¢c 33¢ | EDA BRAND SPECIAL 
CASTOR OIL — 4 0z., reg. 25c - - - 19¢ 
COLD TABLETS —-reg.25¢ - -'- - 19¢ 
EPSOM SALTS — 1 Ib, reg. be - - Ile 
IDASAL TABLETS — 300’s, reg. 89¢ - 67c 


Almond Lation, rer. Se . 3¢ | PLASTIC- CURLERS 


ig needs featuring « our weekly 1.D.A, Brand 
With Christmas oy at hand, these pus rowens save you — 


“JEWELITE” 
ROLL WAVE. $3.95 














* RUBBERSET 
SHAVING BRUSHES 








D 
Evelyn Howard Cold 





re —_ _stlpped everlast- 
nee, Te, 3, 32, $5 up 


SENNA LEAVES, reg. 10c - 8¢; reg. 25c - 18¢ 
PRINCE PEN . tS Sed 


‘with good iridium SYRUP WHITE PINE: & TAR, reg. 25¢ 19¢ 


tipped “nib. 
$1.75 , 
“PEN and PENCIL 


‘ TALCUM POWDER “Jeanette”, 12 ozs. 18¢ 


MERCOLIZED WAX — Special - - 87e 


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PHONE 131° - 











PHONE 326° "PHONE 49 


: PHONE. 105 
: JEEP DELIVERY AVAILABLE AT ALL STORES 

















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SNe RAC o RRs 
eres om ty um Gd ie a’ + 
er ‘a 

oh CPCCA REE. 


More Fabricl More Fashion! Same Low Price! 


@ For misses, women, young modems. Half sizes. 

@ Up-to-the-minute: New York fashion features! 

@ Peplums, drapery, vestees, taut waists, rounded hips! 
3 @ Extra yardage“in the ‘longer, free skirts. : 
{+ @ Rayon crepes in vital or dark shades. 
| @ For your Christmas iyearing and giving. 


A—SPECIALIZED SIZES’ TWO-PIECE LOOK with the comfort of a one-piece. Clinging ~ 
pephim, «detachable contrasting vestee. ~ Black, Winter Wine, Royal Blue’ 

or jgreen, in‘sizes 38°t8 44 included, Fach ...2.........c.ccscceeceucceesencceece 8.95 
B+YOUNG MODERNS’ PEPLUMED’ SUIT DRESS with a breezy back crowned with a sweet 
little bow. Buttoned with interest. Black, Red, Wine, Royal Blue 

or Green, in sizes 11 to 17 included, Each ’....... aSievocsenecvese Bedieaaaieaes aarere 895 


OTHER ATTRACTIVE STYLES in One and Two-Piece Models are shown in 
our Dress Department. Each ..60..........cccccecessnceccecececencees heveieeee O95 


—cDS, Second floor 


“gt ich Kis pes te4 i FY. ARs 
Lovely Three-Piece Studio Suite | 
Here's a present with a future — the combined details of this richly upholstered sulte in 
; ring-filied ‘mattress > batk’ . 
vite relittation: Gratefil chromium-plated. arma saith weed resest.. ‘A ebeatectabieltee by : 
night — handsome lving:room sulte by! day.’ Couch and one. chair ‘in ‘wine,:- ; 
second ichalr tt - &plece mites. ea AED aetevesegs 159.50 


whee 


—C.D.8S. Third floor : 


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9.00 A.M! to 6.00 P.M. 
9,00'A.M. te 12.30 Neos 


For Fine Lingerie 


Dainty Printed Bedjackets ~ 


A gift that any woman, young or old should appreciate for lelsure 
moments, ‘Fashioned ‘In soft printed rayon satin with its tiny nose- 
gays sprinkled on a quilted tearose or blue background. Neatly 
tled at the neck with a shimmeting rayon satin ribbon, lined 
throughout, Full three-quarter length or long sleeves. 

Sizes: small, medium or large. Each................. 495 


Softly quilted rayon crepe Bedjackets with dainty Val-type lace 
trim on full sleeve and neckline, Similarly styled as above. Soft. 
pastel tones of tearose or blue. Sires: 

small, medium or large. Each ..................00., 595 


Plain Rayon Satin Bedjackets styled as above, in tearose 
or blue, Sizes small, medium or large. Each 


A Truly Feminine Gift. 
Beautiful Lounging Pyjamas 


Every “Dear” loves beautiful Lingerie — here is a charming group 
of lovely lounging Pyjamas for moments of relaxation. “Essen- 
tially feminine in their styling with smartly fitted quilted Jackets 
flaring at bottom, high mandarin style collar and long sleeves. 
Some with sash at waist. Bottoms to match are plain or quilted. 
Choice of fine rayon jersey, bengaline or satin. Colourd: black, 
ime green and turquoise. : 
Sizes 14 to 18 in ths group. 





Another Gift. Suggestion 
Knitted, Rayon Slips. 


A lovely slip of soft knitted rayon jersey. Straight cut with fit- 
ted bust and nipped-in waist. Adjustable shoulder 
straps. In white only... Sizes 34 to.40. Each . 298 


2 —cDs. Second floor 


Re 


Only 18 More Shopping Days to Christmas 


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UGGAGE 


Long-Wearing Gift 


with a Long-Lastihe 


Eaton’s “Packaway” 


Match Sets 


A _set exclusive with Eaton's and the 
ced cance in attractive” chevron 

cases, x 
weave, with rawhide binding and post 
taffeta pada te por. 
kets — twin locks and firm clasps of 
sturdy metal ‘wardrobe case with 


2-plece set ........-0.---seeer-ee 45. 
Mav be pachated singly, babes y=} 
Overnight Case. Zach 20000002. 1935 


Eaton-Made 
Fibre Suitcases 


An inexpensive, xet well-made sult- 
case use car .. 

“J use ., sturdy grained 

corners, 





Gaily Painted 
Doll’s Crib Ss - 


Well -constructed Doll's Bed for some 
little girl. Nicely finished with rounded 


corners. Enamelled ivory colour. Re- 
movable bottom. » Size about 18 by 1544 


by 26 inches long. - (Mattress 
not Included), Each .......... 158 


‘ 


—C.D.S. Basement’ | 


-, Eaton's 
f 


Match: Sets 


For Women 


Yabrikoid Cases, made in Zaton’s own 
Factory,’ and so cleverly simulating 
_sncoth black cowhide leather; "that 
it is difficult to tell the difference .. 
Wardrobe Case is about 21” .. Over- 
night Case ‘about) 1s" -. both have 
Tayon lined pockets. Hd, and back, 
beth pleces are well bound. have twin 
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“Packaway” 
Gladstone Bag 


A real “Man's Bag of heavy split Pup walrw 
grained cowhide, made to Paton specifications 
of quality and workmanship .. streamlined 

sign with sult hanger rack and shirt fold for 


con’ it packing. Two lock type with it 
fandle and. serviceable cotton Bite 
about 21 inches, Each ...2....sessessers . 
Men’ 

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An Eaton-made Club Bag. of serviceable split 
«tained cowhide with strong zip 
lock ba complete wit one Lata) heen 
lenty of room for paci 

cecds, without undue creasing. About 
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{By JOHN “M. HIG! HIGHTOWER) 
United States, Canada and The 
London, Det, 5 —(AP)— Citi- wethactends bave agretd 8:3 aye Iris Di Live ee 
zens of the Soviet Union may be settle conflicting cla! d Not Not. 





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oe me PRECURSTMAS 
5 PARLIAMENTARY 
SESSION OPENS 


Control of Prices, Commodi- 






__|reports say, but any idea of: an 

Toronto, ‘Deas! 5— (cP) — ls h 
inforesants here. Congress, pledess each, govern- Wartime Contro Soug t 
ment's “Volce of America Radlo”| Representatives of seven Allied | leg, told a coroner's jury yester- 
that a wave of Acting: State Secretary Robert | oorge- Vigus, 39, end that he| Ottawa, Dec.5 —(CP)— A 
Russia had been 


rejrls 17, but tay ide of tn ssert/At Home Says Father Continuation. ‘of Certain - 
Tuten te dicconsted by’ aiplociets soproved ¢ uy! tie United States Faeahs Scott: ¢ party bain Foes 

" ‘The United States State Depart- | ent, to accent, the verdict of =| man who limped on an artificial 

Sates 2 oa oe ten ee ee ne | hare A Heck From 
—s _besnt touches off by LA eat officials raid had no idea who might have kill- | permanent sobeGon ss Canada's 






Yugoslavia refused to sign ed them. 
price increases and d uation oer because that country cl | aesitant and slow. off speech 
of the Russian ruble. agreed ait ow atianition: of ol 
Reports reaching London from ts. Belgium has promised to| during most of his testimony, 
familiar with conditions sien Jan. 3, and ghese officials | Scott gave clear, firm answers to 
ame the Soviet Union bear out sald they hope Britain and Frence,| the point-blank - questioning of 


Washin, report that a buy- tla : 
ing spree is under way. the other two nego ting POWErS, | Crown Counsel Henry Bull: 

























to 11| “Did you kill Iris?” 































“No sir.” 
ties, to Rank High in ad ] “Did you kill George Vigus?”* : 
ies oe late panic {Reparations ‘Agency, plus neutrals “No sir? - ols pres posi 
of an economic crisis, although it land South American countries. dia?” the inability of Cana s costo 
Ottawa, Dec. 5 (CP)— Parlia- might reflect popular nervous-| Officials said the agreement| “Do you know who did? ers to increase their exports 
ee ness and an unsteady public cun-|should eliminate the len; de-| “No sir.” rufficient--measure (to 












fidence. la: and legal over hour-long questioning of | thelr imports from the 
Among authorities familiar eneay assets which followed the SR net the second day| It noted that “tem: 
with the. Soviet economy, the |Pirst World War. Some such cases | of the inquest into the strangle- 
Money problem of the Russians slaying of the couple, whore tly 
is said to be one of currency sur- bodies were found jammed inte | moderate 
plus. People have more’ rubles on the trunk of Vigus’s automobile 
than there are goods to buy. It is Sept. 12 in Toronto’s west-end 
this fact which has giver at least talks- High Park. 
a tinge of validity to the rumors. agreemen The inquest was tentatively 
A currency change would be one| Assets in Al scheduled to end today, but a 
way of draining off the excess dozen witnesses remained to. be 
from millions of pocket books and not heard, including Mrs. Olive Vigus, 
to some extent of levelling out as the widow of the dead man. His so 


cs 
well as reducing avallable buy-|0 i ntries. 19-year-old George Vigus, 


Ene inyear-old George Wl ar 
Conservatives |N Subject eee 
atives ow OUD 
|To. Civil, Suits. 


Retain. Epsom _ 
Seat in Commons For Damages 


Surrey, England, Dec.| Frankfurt, Dec. 5 (AP) —Ger- 
5 TReatsreh nee Consexvatives mans who denounced fellow 
feemuned eee Fe pecan mae ine Germans to the Nazis now are 
when the erday's by- | subject to’ civil damage sults un- 
election when the Conservative | ™ Scott Owe. 
; Some Public work-|candidate, Malcolm McCorquodale | der a recent ruling of the Sup- igor ant todo ie hire to 
cf The Parliamentary opening, erg were called out for five days,|was returned with a eiets of | reme Court of the United States- stay away from Iris. Scot! said 
“ tL oe se though premature will follow today, others for two|12,173. over Labor and Liberal occupied State of Hesse. his own relations with his sister 
Or taterm ttt rain ‘of ety iste customary procedure. The Gov-| days starting Monday. opponents, results showed co rs 

aouthern. part ernor General, Viscount Alexan-} Tlie joint Board of Public Ser-| The victory was much more de- 
sore: tion on the. Wi der will reed the Speech in the| vice Unions voted the strike tojcisive than when the Conserva- 
nl elland Senate, after which the Com-| back up their demands for a/jtive candidate was elected in the 
moners will return‘to their own | raise from the present 8,500 franc |1945 general elections that 

tlons chamber, monthly minimum wage to 10,-|brought Labor to power. 
However, there _—_ be one de-| 800 francs. Thesgovernment has McCorquodale polled 33,635 
: SD ativan Ge offered 10,000 francs. votes to 17,339 for the Labor can- 


didate, R. Bishop, and 4,121 for 
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Peter Scott, the slain girl's 
father, testified yesterday that 
Iris had. lived away from-home 
for the last year, since the family 
had _ been \forced to move to 
smaller accommodations. He did 
net-know of anyone who could 
have been responsible for her 
sethe itness had Vi 1 
wi met igus only ‘ 
once and had not known of any| constant supervision conditions 
close relationship between Vigus| of production and supply which 
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The ruling Is expected to pro-| were generally friendly but ad- 
duce a flood of damage sults by mitted they had ocetstonally low-rental housing project ~for 
Germans who Were thrown into | Warrelled. veterans and consolidation of all 

The witness said he had “deh 
prison or concentration camps be-|nitely not” had improper rela- 
cause some acquaintance “squeal- tre bin Bp ieee oazatliee 

0 ~ | testimony had quo Mg ip” at 
4 ae about their antl: the offs where Int Gate = 


hinting at the possibility. 

In 1943 the Co: tf lea] 29 vpholding the right of =| Under questioning, Szott ad- 

In ttre of official dollar lor oat against Labor's 20.530 and {Nazi victim to claim damages | mitted he had had “a discussion’ 

equivalents, this would mean the |1,2 Liberal candidates 6,643. from hjs denunclator, the Germ- | with Iris over improper conduct 

way | government has offered to raise The by-election was caused by |4" court declared: about two years before she died. 
take the floor when the House|‘0¢ Minimum wage from $71 to|ine resignation through 11 beaith “A person who denounced an- 

settles $ down to business Monday.| #24 % month, while the t Union | of Sir Archibald Southby, who | other Individual for a political 

J. Dion, Liberal member | ¥42ts $7 a month more. had held the seat for the Conser- | offence during the Nazi regime 

for Lake St. Jean-Roberval, witl| | Approximately ~ 1,200,000 gov- | vat'ves for nearly 20 years, had to consider the possibility 

move the address and J."H. Dic-| “™™ment employees are expected| “Epsom was the fourth contest |that the -offender wuld not be 



























































of the Dominions Elections Act — 
measures which came before the 
House last session but werd not 
acted upon. 
There will be miscellaneous bills} rate 
relating to veterans and one to 






























KILLS YOUNG FAWN 
WITH AXE 

























to te be. left idie by this “warning “ dealt with by a regular law! Barrie, Dec. 5 5 —(CP)— Mra amend the Canada Shipping Act, 
key, newly-elected Liberal from in the current “little general elec- 
: ” ~| court, but In an arbitrary man-/| Royce Richardson, R. R. 2, 0 
Halifax will second it. — Ministry of Industry an- |t02. In the three previous by ed the first deer season in Simeoe 













elections of the present series we ponitly by secret police.” 
Sit Until Dee, 19 nounced the following figures yes- |Tabor Tetained two seats—Grave- bes ft Leg TT to people op-/ county in several years by kill- 
terday: pos. ba e 


send and East Edinburgh—while was common jing a young fawn with an axe. 
Present plans call nn the Electric power wer production—80 the Conservatives held ‘Howdene knowledge in Germany, the court | Mrs, Richardson found her collie 
House to sit untll Dec, 19, when| per cent of no shire constituency in Yorkshire. | sald. dog tearing at the fawn's side 
it would adjourn until late in Rallroed trattie~00 per cent of} Today’s results followed the| Consequently, the court held, | after the fawn had tripped going 
January pattern of all: by-elections held|one can nét apply to Nazi In- over a fence. 
Flery” debate is expected to| | In the great Lille coal region, anes the Labor government was|formers-the usual legal sanction 
di aunces Seeey the opening. | the mifistry said, only 37,000 of edected. In each case Labor has| given persons who reveal- crim- 


120,000 miners remained on retained the seat held by the party | inals to public authorities. 
orders 
Toronto, Dec. 5 — (CP)—syn- due:to expire Dec. 31, “fpr'a ture 


On the other hand, Marseille, latter the general election and the 
e 
Bulletins expire 
opsis: A storni over Southern Mi-| ther pei 


France's second mer city and Conservatives have done the 
greatest port, remained paralyzed. 
"Two further by-elections will be Borie eae 
F CONTROL | chigan will move eastward across no t price - veell- 
baw magic ge pt See perigee Hot ee emase (Dereeaen were rod ta have ard, ROUND ape 
e em — —Fires swe} now ani recede the storm As rf pe and Sty 
out of control in an Arab attack | centre by abet: 400° miles and| been “unjustified,” and added: Giub wales over CIB eas 5 0 9.16- 












































































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A general strike was called at 

Nice. At Lyon parachute troops fought’ early in the new year—at 
forced strikers ,to replace paving Camlachie, Glasgow, and Wigan, 
stones they had torn up to use |Lancashire, both left vacant by 
in. barricades. the deaths of Labor members, 
Today's increase in the Conser- 









































































































of 
on all-Jewish Tel Aviv tonight] will be followed by scattered S Discussion of, the aspecta of eee elena 
Wi servations “s eeoetlintan: the as the week's deaths in communal | snowflurries. Snowfalls in On-| °7 Memberanlp sserstlp. tenets’ may be fob 
Duk f mdsor T Croch swing towards the right demon- fighting in the Middle East pass-| tario during the night were from “Officials of the PELE tained at Corby. Liveary. 
€0 a to et strated in the recent. municipal |*@ te 100 mark. two to four inches. of government most immediately |i: hig 4S 
alrport to elections throughout Britain and ST A OR ‘cHuacH 
‘© a somewhat lesser extent in WILL FIRE ON MOBS : 
“t'tranecenes| By Mother, Improved Skill in Arm i Amendment to'Cut Peers’ V 3 
yao ov BO ATTY ee rpooms corte sheer tes |- aris “—(AP)—"Tho Miniter of t to Cut Peers eo to. Be 
F ‘ork flight. Decision on later greatest gain for the “Conserva-|Interior announced to the Na- AMILY SING 
‘4 Bigs awaited abatement pf the} 2, York, Dec, 5 (AP) Zhe “At “At the beginning of the iast|t!¥e# in these contests. tlonal Ciaran Meagan re rm 0 M th N or 1 by Motrison Shaten. i 
w Avoat 800 persste living on To-| Duke of Windsor, writing | War, when attached to a British y aaron nf oo "ete on y. discevers. 
ronto island, a mile across To- mission with: the French Army, 


frank account ‘of his upbringing 


shouted “assassin!” 
as 2 Prince, reveals that he 


I was obliged to make long mo- 





























Safecrackers Raid 


































tor trips back and f to’ th Torta * London, Dec. 5 (CP) — Deputy , second’ treadiné: 32 2S | SCANADIANISM VERSUS, COMMUN- 
learned to crochet as a boy and cabal ten I pulucéed enters : N N § t d 4 Prime-Minister Morrison said in} On another eet mugges- by calfvered. SY Kee Go sina 
that his pastime later served him|to my gentle’ diversion, as a ew Name ugges €G || the Commons last night that the | tion that the veto, period should |’ “2c "ate joint dinner meeting of 
suspended fe Srellyeheni he coras ils the meane ce killing time.” Three Offices: work of the lower house .would ne cut to six months, he sald} the Senior and Junior’ Chambers 
cause of weather conditions, ewes. ete: | ‘The Duke, who has seven gly- Oshawa, Dec. 5 (CP) —.“The| be impeded if there were no up- id “be taken notice of in ‘Rpesday, Dec. oun. at 7:30. pm 
Many of those st In the first of a series of three | en names but said he was always | Princess, Eltsabeth Way” waa per cham@Mt like’ the Bouse of | quartlin, including: the ‘ontecsn| 2b number of okets. may be 
g islend were able to articles on his childhood being|“Dayid" to his family, wrote he| Toronto, Dec. 5 (CP)—Srfe- |suggested Wednesday as 2 name|Lords and called (“Bolshevism Both amendments were with-|; SS. from J Bedeley. oF aes 
later when ss ; published in Life Magazine, the] was born at “a wonderful time.” crackers, raiding three offices in | or ,Toronto-Oshawa: two-|gone mad” an-amendment by | drawn. Meg BT ee ye 
tasd.o. tue ferrles. Duke wrote of “his His birth date was June 23, 1804. Central and West Toronto. last iene ichway ctticialy opened Emrys Hughes, Labor member of : THE PART 
i crochet needle and said| “Especially for tons of the more a on." n on- | the Commons for South Ayrshire 2 welcome.’ .)* 
/ 4%’ who brought his slowly-crawling that he and his brother, “Bertie’|Upper and Middle classes, this seas, ate ont — apo ant, pa bl Ontario Premler who | to-reduce the peried of the peers’ |Commons mandate “very far”' to} <i) : 5 7) DS: 
freight train to a stop within 10] now King George VI, and bis sis-|was Britain's golden hour,” he| A hardwood storé was missing 








veto powers to one month, assume it hada case for virtual |: BO- 
‘Morrison spoke in tommittec | abolition of the House of: Lords.|°* tn "Tuss- + 
debate on the parliamentary bili| He’ doubted If the parliamentary. ° % Ev- 
to cut irom two years to one| system could work without’a se-| * pid L Regular ‘ 4 
the..period for which the Lords|cond ‘chamber which was needed mid jee cesta ee - Ses 
can delay Spree oe eo xeves: and amendments} MOOSE LODGE CARD PARTY: TO-.. : 
He “was the ,Jeading » sponsor while commons proceeded}: § ~e. ans 
the bill whet it recently pune with degislation. [tae cee eee Ani's } 

\ voceatangent anaes eevee eae a EEE TSE EET. wo een lee eS ‘ Sie 









feet, was credited today with 
> saving the lives of work= ter Mary, were taught the art| wrote. “Income tax was measured 


men who were shaken up when pr ee rae side per gn in- 
the train telescoped their car 


$2,000,.an abattoir $1,000 and g | kegislaturé for. Ontario riding 

in the’ pencé'on pound sterling.| wholesale fruit office $100. when construction’ of, the « road 

Socialism wes scarcely more than| Police inspector Miller Watson | was started, made the Suggestion 

creased his “klll with the-needle/a theory, It was hard to imagine |said the thieves were: “Strictly |at a Chamber of Commerce din- 

against an iron pole. The car had|“many years later, during anen-|that anything could shake the|amateurs.” ‘The y did far more|ner celebrating Its opening. It 

skidded on ice into ths train’s| forced ‘period in bed while re-|structure of the Englishman’s|work than was neeeded in Open: | has. been temporarily numbered 
path. , $ covering from a riding accident.” ' world.” ing the safes, 2A, 





































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he*was knocked to the pavement 
before the. supper bour 


ist evening. > 
» UDriver of the car, Herbert Car- 

Purdy Street, stated that he 
had‘ been north on 
Front, Street when as he was 


—EYELASH MAKE-UP .$1.35 
on | 
CHRISTMAS 

GIFT SETS 
$2.95. te $10.35 


McKEOWN’S. 


DRUG STORE 
Phone 335 — WE DELIVER 


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meeting by Joe Shortt, the re- 
tiring General Secretary, spoke 
briefly expressing pleasure at 
béing present and hearty-thanks 
for the hospitality shown him by 
the Y's Men's Club. : 
Plans were made for a Christ- 
mas Family Party for members 
ofthe club, thelr wives and chil- 


dren to be held before Christ- 
mas. 


What City Council 


City council will ask the Pub- 
Me Utilities Commission to pay 


5 
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23-year-old private secre- 
who worked in Belleville 
gone home to spend the 
weekend with her parents and 


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dead girl was held by all who 
knew her, the floral tributes were 
Pree 

ve ekey, United 
Church minister at Frankford, 
was in charge of the funeral ser- 
vice, the sermon being xiven by 
Rev, Chas, A. Perkins, Hollo 
aed mg org 

jadgiey n 
closely associated in young peo- 
ple’s work in the United Church. 
Also assisting at the service were 
Rev. Lloyd Shorten of Foxboro, 
and Rev. H. H. Hillis of Belle- 
le. 


the tree. 


Committee ,of 
levelled by a number of reeves 
R Charles Buskard felt that 


, then it should be 
charged and another put in its 


puplis next 
reer: It will be one of the finest 
sigh schools in Ontario, 
Reeve Clarke Rollins of Wollas- 
ton, who . added that he felt 
Centre boon jan should 
proper cation so 
dren could enjoy the privileges 
of a similar school. . 
eReeve William West, Stirling 
felt that trend of the day was 
centralize too much, “We are ask- 


ness_activities that are apt to 
Cause, undue: price Auetastions. ioe 
————— 


ees 


proval and there the matter stood. 
Reeve Charles Rush, Hunger- 
ford, stated that there were noth- 
blic schools in the cen- 


to lopportunity to get a high school 


educaticn. 


Hastings TB Association 
Given $800 Grant For Work 


Hastings County 
showed tangible appreciation of 
the fine work being done in the 
county by the Hastings Tuber- 
culosis Association at closing 


ven last year, 

Mayor-elect D. L. Storey of 
Belleville, president of the, Belle- 
ville Shrine Club and chairman 


Club, the speaker asserted, did 
not use one cent of the funds for 
expenses, 


: |Speak in Favor 


spect the Diamond Construction) ,, 


Company tender re the Sidney 
Street sewer. 

Authority was given to sell the 
old city-owned rolier at a price 
of $150 unless a higher price 

id 


The Public Utilities were given 


authority to cut down trees on| membered 


Albion Street at their own ex- 


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.C—Men’s Zircon Rings ¥.0-.2°2............$18 up 


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pense. These trees were stated to 
be obstructing the erection of a 
power line, 


ectors on the overhead|’ 


Refl 
railway bridge on North Front 
Street were recommended re- 
placed, while. Station Street be- 
tween Front and Pinnacle will be 
marked for’a two-way traffic lane 
and no parking signs to be plac- 
ed on the north side, 

J. Roblin Dulmage was given 
an extension of his bullding cove- 
naht at his lot on McDonald Ave. 
Miss Marjorie Aston will be em- 
ployed as a stenographer at the 
city clerk's office. 

SAFE CRACKERS ROB HOMES 

Detroit, Dec. 5 — (CP) — Safe 


crackers escaped with more than 
$19,000 in money. bonds and jew- 


son lost $50 in jewelry and a 200- 
pound safe containing $6,125 in 
government bonds and $200 in 


~|the survey idea 


fr, their efforts to remember their 
comrades at Christmas and I 
would request the citizens to 
assist in this good work so that 
all veterans wherever they are 
hospital 

forgotten,” 

tures were taken of Mr, Storey 
placing the first parcel and also 
ore the President, Comrade 
Dainard and the ~Mayor-Elect, 
who spoke at the function. 


AHEAD OF TIME + 


Nichalos Appert, a French chef, 
fn 1810 found that food would 
keep if it were properly heated 
and placed in hermetically sealed 
containers, 


CHRISTMAS 
GREETING CARDS 


SEE OUR BEAUTIFUL DISPLAY OF 
INDIVIDUAL CARDS 


5¢ to $1.00 each 


AL80 SPLENDID ASSORTMENT OF 
BOXED CARDS 


GEEN 


WE DELIVER 


25 to $1.00 box 


DRUGS 


— PHONE 331 


Several teeves spoke In favor 
of the grant. Deputy Reeve Wil- 
townsh! 


of Stirling told the council that 
there was no question in his mind 
of the X-ray surveys being of 
benefit to the council, and he 


My. |moved that a grant of $800 be 


given the Tuberculosis Associa- 
tion. 


Id be made 
a federal law to compel all to 
undergo the examinations. 


Orders Grants 

Council also ordered the annual 
grants for snow removal purposes 
paid to several northern muni- 
cipalities. Some dis lon took 
place after the reeve of Faraday 


in | moved that a grant of $25 be paid 


his township for the purposes of 
repairing an old cemetery. The 
chureh, a former Anglican edifice 
had been torn down years ago 
and the cemetery was in a sad 
state of neglect. é 
Deputy Reeve Spencer of Raw- 
don, felt that the council might 
“be sticking its neck out and 


Council establishing a precedent by allow- 


ing the grant.” There were a lot 
of cemeteries needing repairs in 
the county and he felt that other 
— ties would want finan- 
cial ald. 


ers extension work. 
It also authorized the Reforest- 
ation Committee to meet to con- 
the Fg 80 pope 
of land adjacent to county re- 
forestation project near Actinolite. 


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Other French mak 
include Ciro, Chanel, ‘Lasyin ||| THE BLACK ROSE ... $1.79 


meviain (Shalimar c ; 
Gacviak . »» Sehia- |!) THE ROBE ............ $168 
: me LOED HORNBLOWER : $1.69 
gat ain GREEN DOLPHIN 87... $149 
an 
With One of gee ie ZANE GREY BOOKS .. $1.39 
Famous French Fragrances. KING'S GENERAL ~.. $1.69 


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s Just.a few months old. 


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Practically 


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Standard Office — 11” 
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14" carriage. Recondi- 
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ALSO A FEW-NEW 


ROYAL PORTABLES 
IN STOCK NOW. 


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DS-6 


THE DRUGGIST 


Phone 138 
MOTOR DELIVERY 


THE NICEST CHRISTMAS CARDS 
AN TOWN ARE AT SCHWAB'S 


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=n ee ae hy oypeam central district. Mr. Hicks started] -. Weed 
Ee On 470 : | rth he merece} tss/1988 end two \ 
ollinger 3-4B Inter. years later was appo! se! . 
peace : eye Remington Workman Burned |g:s2-22 
Hudson Bay 42B Loblaw 30. — z : Mac Remington, president of A 


the Association, made the pres- 























































new lighting system was made to : 
County Council by Judge C. A. FEARED PIRATES 


Anderson during the Thursday} Ancient Greeks established 
session. Judge Anderson's plea| their ‘capital, Athens, five miles 


medium 44-44 1-2, A pullet 41-42, 
B 40-41, C. 4-35. 
Butter unchanged, Ist grade 65, 







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B 








8 2nd grade 61 1-2-63,. was supported by City Solicitor] inland as protection’ a the 

peed — 210 . ¢ HOGS A. B. Collins, K-C., and Mr. John pirate-infested seas, — 

T, Hughes 370 Toronto, Dee, 5 (CF) —Grade TT OSS 
~ tures A. hog prices remain un- 

W. Amulet 4558 changed af Stratford, $22.75 - Weekly Livestock Review 

W. Hargreaves 286 delivered to farmers, $22.90 to 


trackers and at Hall unchang- | ‘toronto, Dec. 5 (CP)—Calile jners selling downward to $5. Bulls 


rices gained 25 cents on all (brought $7.50-950 for light 
Me . m all |olognas and up to $10.78 for geod 
slaughter types in the Hvestock butchers. Fed yearlings ranged 
market here this weck. Calves |from $13-16. 
were $1 a hundredweight higher| Store cattle moved slowly with 
and lambs added 25 cents. Hogs |sizeable holdover. Good stockers 
held steady while sheep gained |brought $1225-12.75 with calves 
50 cents. up to $13. Ordinary kinds were $9.- 
A cattle run of some 8,200 head |11.75. Plain to,medium quailty 
was added to a holdover of 600/|milkers and springers sold at $84- 
bead from last week's close |140 each. ‘ 
bringing fresh receipts to about| Hogs had a light run of some 
2,300 more than for the same week |3,100 head and cleared steady at 
















































ANKS ... 


| wish to take this opportunity of ” 1 


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thanking the citizens of Belleville a year Ber Tncladed in the supply = bad grade - on $20 ‘tor 
fi te se: were ers, jolce = to - Sows broug! ressed. 
for their magnificent Support on medium quality slaughter cattle} Sheep and lamb receipts total- 
my behalf and promise that 1 will were in keen a ai led 5,000 head. Lambs were stro 
~ . olce we: steers brou, 
continue to fight for those things _ $15.50-6 with two-loads of heav- |g 
| believe are right; regardless of fes going for $1625 cwt. Butcher 






4d: steers sold at $11-13.75 with tops |at 
. at $14, Helfers brought $10-13.50 |from $11-12.50. 
with a few at $14 Butcher cows’ Sheep closed at $4-825 accord- 




























YOUR ALDERMAN: were mostly $7.75-11.25 with can- ing to quality, 

3 Weekly summary of receipts: Cattle 
es Calves Hogs Lambs 
a This week ... -» 8,686 2,351 3,922 5,910 
: Last week . +. 7,253 2,636 3,899 7,222 
1947 to date 257,426 95,302 148,058 107,224 
1946 to date .. 287,022 85,877 134,777 151,699 
This week 1946 ........ 5,892 1,729 2,074 729 





















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1 wish to take this opportunity to 
thank my Many Friends and Su \ : 
pei te conhiinee ie Shop at Our New Location — and Save ! 
ci gave me at the Polls. on Monday, PHONE 1842 WE DELIVER 393 FRONT ST. 
> ¥ = 
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RICE o.n.ccscone sesssseee TS 20C] RAISINS ooncccccssees 1B 19¢ 
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THOSE WHO WORKED FOR ME 
IN MONDAY’S ELECTION. 


EVERETT H. LIDDLE 
| CONGRATULATIONS 


! would like to extend congratulations 
to the Successful Candidates in the 








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STRAWBERRIES, 20-02. 39¢| PLUMS, 20-o7. .......... 15¢ 









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BAKING TEA AND COFFEE 
NEEDS SPECIALS 


MAGIC RED ROSE 
BAKING POWDER ...... 28c| COFFEE ..........s00 TB 53c” 














MONARCH FLOUR .... 37c/ LYONS TEA ........ pkg. 45c 
recent election, and hope they have a MIXED , JAPAN se 
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1 WOULD ALSO LIKE TO THANK THE 
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: ~; Motorists stopping 
Leitch : g -) a : masters 
\ Little L.L. 170 (Special) — Poth tothe Teen otis: SPs of the visiting lodges. conferred 
Macassa 310B U.S. Steel 74 3-4 Palmer} engag experiencing difficulty in | the degree on the candidate pre- : 
Melntyre 608 opener? ' negotiating the grade, the sander | ented for Initiation. The thanks 19 INCHES HIGH. 
Mining Gorp. 810 Bea Ay 5 (CP)—Produce pursed: abo the ‘be rae rare if 
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Moneta 45B Goons 3k De pct manta bets tos PERFUME FROM A “HIM” | Carl Crosby and the toast to the . 
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was five years old on Tues- 
day, says an AP story: dealing with the an- | sels 
emscience made its] pn 
‘of ‘the ages.‘ - 
ilientha!*of ‘the | four hundred and fifty: 
on, said that new |" Ttiat modest little item spanned: 


miversary 
most important 







: i items of more 
» designers and ‘engineers. The.United States 
- has spent some:$2,500,000,000'and expendi- 
tures will rise to $5,000,000,000 within the 

next few years if the United States “‘really | whole dazzling record“of the de 
: of, transportation from the day when the 
original Santa Maria, Pinta and Nina start- 
ed-on the history-making voyage that was 
to keep them on the seas for months to the 
cts day when the new Santa Maria, Pinta and 
dicated at the fifth anniversary. dinner. Nina, starting on an aerial trip over a like 
- .~ Announcement. in 1945 of the discovery! course in reverse, were to be wafted 
” and invention was. a mark in the history |through the air over those same seas in a 
of mankind. Ever since then it: has cast 
its influence upon the thoughi . of the 


Hor Robert Hutchins of the Uni- 
- versity of Chicago, ventured to prophesy 
that if man uses the atom for science rath- 
er than suicide, ‘we. may now hope 
Jock the secrets of nature, to fulfil the 
dreams of the alchemists, to cure incur- 
wable diseases and to’have at our disposal 
leisure and. abundance beyond the wildest 
ambitions of mankind.” 
Atomic discovery has made history 
- and it will make succeeding history. fast. 
A glance back at the 
ments and products of mé ; 
the time of Caesar less than two thousand 
years ago to the presen L 
man with wonder. The multiplicity of in- 
ventions by the application of newly: dis- 
covered laws is an indication of what is be- 
fore humanity while the discovery of the 
atomic secret has the 
discovery and progress and make the world 
a place for myriads of human beings all 
living in harmo 


; course of history: It was the 
‘considering its possible-effects, it was in- 


elbows with 1947. 











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Com; 
tensif¥ | thinks of the 


delving: morals, 
. what-have—you. So, if he accepts. 
probably Iaughable assumption that wis- 
dom always comes with age, the listener 
serdfustors that the sally |. 
into the past actually: stems from a desire 
to talk about oneself — one of the most}. 
often denied and frequently felt urges of 


man. 
This has been going on for centuries, sat- 
isfying the talker, nettling the talkee. Peo- 
persist in disliking advice un- 
less they are giving it, which is probably 
why the young scowl at it, and eventually 
wind up saying, “When I was your 
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Unconquered 
“Britain has: heen ‘ruined’ many times 
before. The, British: character has carried 
her through. It probably will do so again.” 

So says the New York: Times which has 
beéii répresented in Britain recently by one 
of the Times staff.surveying conditions; in 
the midst of Britain’s econamic crisis. 

It is Mr. Matthews’ view that Britain 
will come through. In: spite of the present 
situation. brought. on by two Great Wars 
in which Britain gave ofsher wealth of 
men and resources for the,sake of liberty 
she has’developed not 
‘only for ‘herself but for (the world, the 

correspondent. finds = that 
groups the British humoy, optimism, zest 
for living. and © stolcism“in the face of 
hardship and danger’ survive.” ~ 

The Times editorial:says: 

Mr. Matthews judges they do 
know well is that they will not give up their 
and their. individual . liberties; 
even the Tories stand left of centre by 
American standards, and even the Labor 
Party will put liberty ahead of socialism.” 
‘The Times says:that ‘‘two great victories 
_wrone in 1918 and one in 1945 — have 
nearly beaten it; (the British Empire) 
down. But they haven't.” It notes that to 
a Britisher today.the feeling is cxpressed 
by the question ‘Where is the crisis?” 
which each Brifisher is likely to ask. 





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Canadian: Reindeer 

. Reindeer like the traditional means of 
* Santa Claus’ tour.of the world on Christ-|_ 
mas Eve, live in Canada. During the ice 
age when glaciers covered this part of the 
world Arctic reindeer roamed through the’ 
southern part of Canada. With the masto- 
don, woolly mammoth and musk-ox they 
existed along the bleak, barren borders of 
the great ice sheet. Today reindeer rove in 
the Arctic in Northern Europe, Northern 
-Asia and Northern North America, That is 
their home. In Arctic America the wild 
reindeer is called caribou. : 
With the great reduction of Canada’s 
~ earlbou herds domestic reindeer have 

been brought in to take‘ their place. 
Eskimos are now-being trained to look after 
in Canada’s northern lands. 

Santa Clays’ would have’ no diffi- 
: lacing his deer is seen in the} 










“When I Was Your Age...” 
Many young people consider that today’s 
most persistent irrelevancy is the thinly- 
veiled advice which opens up with “When 
I was your age. ... ” and seems as if it 
will ‘neyer stop.. The scowling expression 
on the listener’s face usually reflects the 
opinion that what happeened then is of no 
significance now, and.not even interesting. 
The. expansive look of the one who ladles 
out the. advice shows clearly what he 
thinks ‘of'the good old days and particu- 
larly of his stout-hearted and altogether 
commendable part in it all. 
. are odious, and anyone who | 
enormous changes of the last | 
forty years or so knows that comparisons 
between ‘then and now are almost useless, 
at best, whether you're 


Irish Linens 


Ulster linen manufacturers are now pre- 
paring for the spring. New manufactures 
iinclude some fine linen crepes. The quan- 
tity of linen exported during the first half 
of 1947 reached 90 per cent of 
In 1944 exports were less than one-tenth 
of the pre-war volume, but recovered to 
one-sixth in 1945. Last year the -value of 
was nearly three times as 
much as in 1938, Of special importance 
the high proportion of shipment going to 


hard currency countries. 


nahes least the foreign ministers now in 
London to frame a peace for Germany 
have agreed on the points on which they 
can reach a deadlock, remarks Hamilton 


Spectator, 
JUST FOLKS 


By EDGAR A. GUEST 
(Copyright, 1947, Edgar A. Guest) 


THE SUCCESSFUL LIFE 
His little girl, who wished a dress, 
Thought her father a success. . 
_ Though he wasn’t known to fame, 
And to fortune had noclaim, 
To the child upon his knee 
None seemed greater than was he. 


She who knew his every whim 
Down the years was proud of him. 
Safe the little home they kept; 
Never needlessly she wept; 
Sharing all that had to be; 

None to her meant more than he. 


Neighbors, watching day by day, 
Had no ill of him.to say. : 
Ask of him; and they'd reply 
They were glad he lived nearby. 


Though the scornful think them small, 


These are triumphs after all. 





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Wilsons? Of all people to invite—you know how they } 
to go back to that dingy fiat of theirs!” : 


LOOKING BACKWARDS 


' (GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF BY-GONE YEARS. 


20 YEARS AGO Jack Fahey and J. L. R. Gor- 


TG 


3: 


SEE 


ngsto! 

The Rev. Father 
Westport, formerly of this city 
is ing acquaintances in 


’ | $0 YEARS AGO 








O'Flynn, barrister, 













‘| County Council this afternoon. 


mons, L, Arnott, E. 
W. Green A. junior league was 


also formed to “allow boys 18 
years and under to play. About 
five teams will be in the lea- 
gue. A committee of manage- 
ment was appointed as follows: 
bert E, Colling, D. Watkins, 
Thomson, Ernest Lan. 


’ C_A. on Sunday afternoon, 





YOU'D BE SURPRISED 


By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 
INFORMATION ROUNDUP 






aluminum-iron silicate. 
The scientific name is from 





Greek “stauros,” cross, an 
a suffix formed from G 


stone. 
Superstitious noe le say these 














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crosses are sometimes found, most 
of the fairy stones sold as sou- 
venirs have been trimmed more 


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lower mortality rate than 9n pre- 2 
payment | vious occasions, © © Ba, 
serious-|" The authorization of the Molra 
River watershed has “‘béen com- 
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By WILLIAM BRADY, MLD. 















over-all yield in coarse of 
approximately 45 per cent of the 
normal average.” 














man. R. Amott will donate a 
trophy to the boys at the end 
of the season, 


40 YEARS AGO 
Dec. Sth, 1907 


Mr, Walter Fanning of this 
city has accepted a position 
with Messrs, Doolan and Dono- | western 
van, contractors for construc-* 
tion work on the Grand Trunk 
Pacific Rallway and he left to- 
day with 25 men for Hervey 
Junction, Quebec. Mr, Fanning | cased 
will purchase supplies. His 
many friends wish success. 

The Hastings Couny House of 
Refuge will be formally opened 
tomorrow afternoon*and many 
prominent persons in the pro- 
vince, county and city will be 
present, including the Hon. Mr. 
Hanna and the Hon. Mr. Mon- 
teith. 

Dr. Boyce has returned home 
after a trip to the Southern 
States. 

Capt, Bottum -has returned to 
the city from Calgary and will 
spend the winter here. 

Mr, H, J. Clarke, BA, of 
this city was appointed Public 
School Inspector for South 
Hastings at a mecting of the 






































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Poultry Population Up 


The ‘county poultry population | Sdeally 

has again set an all time high, 

the representative said, as most 

hatcheries again reported an in- 
ase 













fron from @ cup of raisins every’ 
day that I would get eating liver?) « 
' (T. MC.) 
serving of either 
daily - 


His duties are to commence 
the first of the new r. He 
succeeds Mr. John Johnston,” 
who resigned after 36 years 


service. ve 
50 YEARS AGO Angina .... 
: : 
Dec, Sth, 1897 pectoris a heart sile 1» | 
Skating Is-excellent upon the said on Peel about in e 
bay Ice an assistant rep: ae ? ; 
the .middle of September, 3 






junior activities have continued 


many persons 
young and old are enjoying the 
spo: 
to expand, resulting in a mem-/| very 
Ot the Hastings County 


A large number from the 



















city will attend the annual tea- | bership elope bearing address. 
orrew ment in the circumstances, envelope 
posed ee of | only for a moment, since natural Copyright, 1947, 
Mr. F. O. Meyers came here reaction of the circulation and of John F. Dille 


on his wheel from Kingston 
namely the Public Speaking and 
this morning in three hours Peete Entertainment Contest 


pack paterecd o 4 and the Junior Farmer Church 
Services, ‘ 


The Rev. R. 8. Forneri preach- 
ed in St, Thomas’. Church Sun- | —.—————__———————— 
PLANT MEDICINES 


day morning and at Christ 
Church in the evening. 
In medieval times few plants 
were without their supposed 


The large greenhouses own 
by Mr. S. Sinfield in Sidney 
medicinal value, but the progress 
of medicine has limited them to 


township were destroyed by 
a very small number. 


fire recently. 
Mr, N.D. McArthur will lead 
eee EERE 
CHIANG VOTES 



















other few moments : 
shines again or the mollycoddie 
has moved out of the shade, and 


















the men's meeting at the Y.M. 














ercise, 

It is a mistake to assume that 
Sy. * of cold windows, 
walls or other surfaces in a 
room is from dampness or high 
humidity. Rosenau’s Prevent- 
ive Medicifie and Hygiene says: 
Cold walls, cold windows and 
cold surfaces generally condense 
the moisture from the air so rap- 


The Rev. Newton Hill went 
to Lindsay today. 


























umidity of the alr of a room un- 
der these circumstances. 

Storm sash, providing air space 
between outside and inside of the 
room, or double panes with a thin 


or peer aggpecrortd — roe 
especi ‘su e for wa 
scarf pins and similar 













imitations will not. 

aie concerning te 
origin of these “crystal ome " : 
the Blue Ridge.” Long ago, ac- ] e555: Ly 
cording to one legend, when the \ =O 
Indians were still supreme on the 5 
continent, the Great Spirit show- 


eid ' 
Wearing 1 his familiar mili- | 
; tary cl -over civilian 

1 and - tidin, 
Teached the fairies and elka in the| clothing, President Chiang 
Blue Ridge they at once ceased |Kal-Shek, is shown .as he 












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wept their | fsing Kung public school in 
aie cares ang a= Nanking i Chinas first na- | 
’ t tionwide democratic elec- 





FINDS SKUNK -: 
WINKING AT HIM abot 
svat éralissimo as he began 
Fig ae oar pots fo mark the ballot, but.he ex- 
can't kill its odor. Deputy Reeve | plained to them that the bal- CANADIAN ane 
Oliver Crockford.... thought hejjot was secret. It was re- A ic gery 
eee at his back door|/vealed later, however, that PACIFIC bt 
n he answered found lhe yoted - for Cheng Yu 


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the Kuomintang C vf 2¢ Jd) = 
























yon J 
ed and a social hour’ enjoyed. 
20d) wrigce Party 


Mrs...C.-I, Hatton’ entertained 
a number of friends-at bsidge on 


aS a FURNITURE | 


Ha Robb, natur-} * ral 3S : briefly.) G. L. Johnstone, who {s leaving 
ae ee ‘King- . ve, 3 : 3 ete Readfhgs , | Stirling, to reside in Tweed 
sites exveis homorous: scarest es ; : 7233 F Eggl During the evening the wit «|| 

‘he declared that the’ dairy] * . ; ae 7 Boe Mrs. Percy Utman is nk | presented Mrs. Johnstone with a 








ing . bridge : 
guitar selections which were much 
enjoyed = = 


joyed. EE AE 
An address of appreciation was POOR RELATION 
‘read by Mrs. Mel Tanner~ and| A cyclone generally travels at ALL 










Mrs. C. Vance’ presented the he cata’ of ae anlied aa tious for 

young couple with an Axminster | more, while ifs tropical cousin, 
ieture the, hurricane, sometimes attains 

clously | the velocity of 100 miles an hour. 


RUPTURED? 


YOU OWE IT TO YOURSELF TO INVESTIGATE 


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she said. Th Generals Talk it Over — The above Generalissimo. was dee interested aa the 
peragy ers hota rel y by the Canadian | Canadian’ military oy iter explained the FOR TREATMENT OF RUPTURE 









ITS BULBLESS! ITS BELTLESS! .IT’S STRAPLESS! 


It has no bulb or ball to ‘spread the weakened muscle tissue 
and enlarge the rupture ieee It has no belt or stra 2 eae 
tate the skin or bind the body and impede free : 


DOBBS “TRUSS | 


A soft concave pad holds the rupturé tightly closed at al) times 
—while walking, lifting, working or swimming. Presses the 
body in but two places. Cannot slip. Is sanitary—can be washed. 


A QUALIFIED FITTER of The Dobbs Truss Co. will be at the. 
Queen’s Hotel, Belleville 
Thursday, Dec. ll, 3 pm. to 8 p.m 


\. FREE DEMONSTRATION—Ask for Mr.‘ Black 
‘ CLIP THIS AD NOW. 


Army, shaws General H. D. G. Crerar in west Europe. At extrem 
close : conversation with Generalissimo campaign in orth = 3 


left is Brigadier Sherwood Lett of Van- 
Chiang Kai-Sh bers of his staff. 
The eat ‘oak vpiace pt cineesl couver and in background is the Hon. T. C. 
Crerar’s recent visit to the Far East. The Davies, Canadian Ambassador to China. 
























Grand Earl Cranston to address} Short addresses were also made ort: 
the gathering. who in a few well|by Past Noble Grand of Stirling Stirling 
chosen words welcomed the visi-| Lodge Earl Fox who fs a Past 
tors from. Peterborough and|D.D.G.M. of District No. 45 and Mr. Mrs H Pitch 
Stirling and thanked the visiting|by the sitting Noble Grand of * . i. Fitcner 
team on behalf of Springbrook |Otonabee Lodge John Sage and 

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Lodge for coming from Peterbor-| Degree Captain Jos. Embury. 
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Stirling - Friends 

The hearty handclasp which fol- 
lowed these remarks assured the 

skipper of the “Toonerville Trol- 

piste Beet DDG. of Dis,| ley” and for bis boat rides to 

at Queen's University, who spoke |dates they are receiving and re-| and owned a fleet of four boats 

importance of “time,” |cited a beautiful poem entitled capable of transporting more than 


ough to confer the degree on the| The National Anthem closed a 
CAPT. JOE BEACH DIES Stirling. (Special) pectal.)—Lest. Fri 
visitors of their welcome and the 
ed the closing banquet held in the| trict No. 44 and a member of|scenle Tahquamenon Falls, died 
the 
—_ that , yenestay cannot |*"Version of Oddfellowship.” 1,000 tourists a day. 


executive: Mac Remington, Springbrook candidates.and ex- very pleasant evening. 
Sault Ste. Marie, Mich. Dec. 5] day evening about fifty Stirling 
2ppreciation of all the Spring-|__ 
Otonabee Lodge to speak. Bro,| Tuesday at his home in Newber- 
there was no 
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Approximately 250 perso brook brethren. (CRY: —=1Capt, Joe Beach, 60, ee 

cluding cheese makers and their} The chairman then called upon| known to thousands of tourists as 
ourles. 

Guest speaker for the occasion | Harris complimented Springbrook | ry of a heart attack. He had op- 
was Rev, A. M. Laverty, Chaplain | Lodge upon the class of candi-| erated the service for 20 years 
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42 PIECE SERVICE for EIGHT at ", . . r * Och Oe mf k 
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Degree Captain; Jas. Mc- we'd like you to meet Doris Sullivan, one of our valued employees, ee 
Kenzie, Noble Grand: ; John ee who is shown above packaging ophthalmic lenses prior to shipment: ae 
i Grand; J. M. Sine, Pianist; Dick Doris has been associated with AO for the past six years and f | 
Wellman, Soloist; and the fol- - - during that time has decisively proven her worth to the company. j 
lowing, siz ei dodge ¥. Pinceet § i=: 4 q | AD Her work includes lens packing, gauging and stamping, tasks she 
bien inte Geo Bape soso Ri ; CE : performs with speed and efficiency. In fact, we never worry about : 




















Olaf Williamson, Wilfred Wood, sf i the quality of her work. 

C, Gardner, Thos. Parker, Dick i 

Ford, B. Devolin, Ken Rollips, t - i. ; Po 
Harold Bannon, ‘Albert McCaw | rs ; 

and Harold Blondin. | ' 
Splendid Lunch 


After the business of the eve- 


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Six years of efficient work. That sums up Doris’ career with 
AO, a career we hope she continues for a long tlme to come. Truth 
to tell, we're selfish in this respect. We want our employees to be 


















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f ning was completed and the de- happy and satisfied on the job, to grow with AO. Frankly, optical v4 
gree conferred, a splen un Every day's a holiday..'. skill and knowledge can never be learned over night, neither can’ 4, 5 
was served : , _ s 
Trans anada ro bE Faget ; when your table gleams with it be developed if workers come and go. ; 







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15 Campbell Bt. Phone 2996 ||" Bro. Boker complimented the|  spitebly, Commonly s rues 
. BELLEVILLE org ye on their splendid guest. Truly, Community 
habe : ane regs coptures nayrdi holiday spirit 
+ «+ for years to come! 






Doris enjoys company activities. She is a member of the AO 
Service and Social Club and the Club’s bowling team. Her hobbies 
include daricing, swimming, skating and attending movies. 

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We're also glad to report that Doris’ sister Mildied and her 
cousin Dorothy Winters are likewise employed by AO. When three 
members of a family are employed in’ one concern, it indicates they 
like their work, the company and its policies. We appreciate such 
approval, particularly because we do try to operate the AO Belleville 
plant in the best Interests of its employees. 












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DID YOU MISS YESTERDAY'S PAPER? 


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Well, in case you did, here’s the story. We had 
a big advertisement there, telling you about’ our 
- Selling Out Sale, where we are sacrificing our entire 

Gift Btock to the public at ridiculously low prices. 

As “we said before, we need the space for our Office 
_ Supply business, and you can sdve yourself a bunch 

of money by doing your Christmas shopping at 

Schwab's Gift Shoppe, ‘round the corner at 40 Bridge 
* East. We just thought'we'd'let you know, so you 
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No. 9 in a seriea to acquaint you with American otal 
Company Canada Limited, its people and their activities. 


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Mr, Mrs. Charies B. Mey- 
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to announce the engagetpent of] 
their * daughter, Doris. Marguer- 
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William 
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~room;. and by Melville 
Carol Welsh: in the 


¥ : us ay . meeting: closed .with Na- 
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A. a) benediction. Refreshments were | “fy 

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| WEDDINGS |): Barr's mA : ERAS —., 
- —— “ MOIRA W.A. 
BELI—DOYLE ° “Please! Don't hold me so tight ., , HE'S LOOKING!” Q 7 ie? 
we cess Wa Comme ae MS Cela. Carter | i ep ey ne 
Archangel was Honore d b FE rien ds Merry Gentle- z / : was cee the ae of. ate 
s - by men’, solo, Mus Helen Cook, | Getting Ready For Christmas | pone Samer. the President, 
solo, Miss Suzanne Cavers... a ;, Mrs; George, Foster, called ine 









Dark fruit cakes are usually|” a t 
opening exercises, It was decid- 
{ced with almond icing. This may to send cards to all-shut-ins.| The cacao tree was first known 


be made at home or pu Donald “God 
ready made. Before placing al- : Seeunaht cae ae 
iil | mond paste on the cake, it should 
be rolled out on a board to the ——————— 
desired size and thickness, any- 
sitet fn 13 at bet MAKE YOUR APO NOW 
inane Zeiten of the carci Felzg inpiace, the exe white ais} FOR YOUR RADIO WAVE 
the business meeting on as a cement to hold the almond}, 
comm! paste in place. The almond paste }) ‘ | 
— Leteg oe erp ia a manent is being given because the solution contains _ 
ple white icing-sugar frosting. an 7 elements greatly beneficial §=- [ 
The sides of a Chiistmas cake to dry, randown, lifeless hair. 
LIGHT CHRISTMAS CAKE ‘ sodtire Zl | 
1 1-2 —- butter ‘ A 
2 cups fine granulated sugar 
6 eggs 
2 cups bleached sultana raisins 
3-4 cup chopped citron peel 


soloists, Mises: Mary Howie and If the top of the cake is brushed| 
are seldom iced. This is just an- 
247 FRONT STREET 
2 cups chopped red glace cher- 
ries 


At Allisonville Hall 


- }Burr's —Miss Zelda Carter, 
Mr. and Mrs, 29 1-2 ° 
| West Bridge Street, with Monsig- eager AH 
nor J. F. icholson performing 
the % Systens at Mountain View, for fol 


“J Hear the Bells on Christmas 
Day”, violin solo by Mrs. G. E. 
Currie, accompanied by Mrs. T. 

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Suzanne Cavers, who delighted with egg white before putting the} 
other of those traditions the or- 


Attractive afternoon frock 
By VERA WINSTON 


IrT’s A MATTER for marvel- 
ing how a dress can derive its in- 
spiration, and indeed, much of 
its design and line from fashions 
of yesteryear, and yet look newer 
than ever. Well, here's a very 
up-to-the-minute dress of un- 
doubted. Gay Nineties derivation. 
Brown lace makes yoke and the 
gathered shoulder sleeve with 
brown crepé satin used for the 


t, Mrs. R. Morden 
President Mis irene Grills 
ist Vice President, Mrs. R. D. 


2nd Yice President, Mra. <A. 
: Secretary, Mrs. L. 














































4 cups flour 

Or 3 1-2 cups all-purpose flour 
1-2 teaspoon salt 

1 teaspoon of baking powder 





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case. bride’ Cream butter well, add sugar f the dress. B: dra’ i ; 
groom was! a Set pecet nite, gradually, and cream thoroughly. air works ‘up. into a bustle bow KINGSTON — PHONE 6604 
with chain and to the bridesmaid, Sponsor For Add unbeaten eggs one at a time, | in back. NAPANEE — PERTH ‘ 
pag ei moar ore aa een Ses tee prepered aratta CUT FLOWERS FRESH FROM OUR 
mre - on. e e@ pre, 
the bride ask Parenter light Bazaar and Dinner meter: of Baby with part of the flour. Sift salt ANCIENT BEVEEAGE GREENHOUSES ‘DAILY. 
blue-wool, with black accesbories. Pik sa Bandy Mrs, Cs and baking powder with the rest] Use of milk as an article of diet ere ate 
Out-of-town guests were Mr.| Bonarlaw (Special " of the flour and add to  the| dates to the dawn of civilization. 
: pany Mes) _ Socartew Aenea )— tee S| reve Sere segs Mee Ss creamed mixtyre. Add fruit. Line 
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St. Mark’s Woman's Ai oO. R. 2 four pound honey pails with 


ss ; BE bal ay ry | Program Leadere— Mrs. 
flere's Welcome Relief From was held on Tuesiay evening of | Thomson, Mise J Tickers, 


35 proved a very successful event, 
3 AC TA the ey peg being $145. 
atte 5, ty patterned Ghenns, taney: work, 
? Puta tew novelties ve 
I nostri snd work 


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pul , and : . . 
e eek tt go to The lucky tirket on the quilt] Supper Group Leaders—Miss 
,o where misery is... was! drawn by little Diane Zd-|H. Sulman, Jan, June; Mrs. R. 
_ alee, soothing Woodley, Feb , Sept.; Mrs. H. 
WICKS winners at euchre| Mott, Mar, Oct.; . C. Earle, 
miseries, A were . Geo, Mumby and| Apr, Nov.; Mrs. H. Seldon, |& . y 
% wa=> WA-TRO-MOL | Clinton Robins. May, Dec. ; lao ZA 


FROM THE GEORGIA SALON 
+ NEGLIGEES and HOUSECOATS 


Exclusive ereations combining 1 eine warmth 
and racticabaay to sult the ual require~ 
men an be . 


























We offer a wonderful assortment 
in a galaxy of colors — styled in 
plain and fancy knits and wool 


jerseys. 


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+ BLOUSES + HANKIES 


Soft, filmy sheers, flat- Dainty wisps of lawn 
tering crepes in pretty and linen to tuck in 
sf floral patterns and the smart . sult. pocket or 
ever-popular white. op from one’s purse. - 











You'll want to dance and sing in 
these warm BALACLAVAS — per- 
fect for the frosty days to come! 







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You'll love the surprise of a sty- * Py 
lish STOCKING CAP — right In \t. 
your Christmas stocking! 


Portree steerer te oe ae 


pay 


TOQUES are swell for 
warm, winsome wear! Ca 
Bonnie BERETS lend* 4 
charm to your giving —" vy 
and receiving! ( 
Priced from 
$1.25 to $3.25 
All gifts attractively 
boxed for Christmas 


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+ Cistame Jewellery Bate 


Sparkling glamor pins, single, double, or triple strands... of pearls, 
earrings, bracelets, necklets, glow enticingly at from our lagen 
Cpplay cases. You'll find just the Getred article among our selec- 
tion. z WR Y 


The Georgia Salon 
226 FRONT STREET - BELLEVILLE PHONE 1601: 
— IT'S A DELIGHTFUL PLACE TO SHOP.— fe a 


















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along later, In the teeri years. 
Doctor and mother keep a 
watchful eye on daughter If she 


. | 4s a mouth-breather, she is taken 


u “be stronger, 
On one.matter a mother is ada- 


to a nose and throat specialist. 
If she is overweight, that is a 
matter to be taken care of. Good 
posture is stressed. Think what 
that will mean to little daughter 
when she is a high school lassie. 
She will have a straight, fine fig- 
ure, wear clothes with chic and 
distinction. 

Hair is shampooed every week, 
let the yells be as loud as they 


rush} may. Mother puts a shampoo 


re-| germs may 


ring on the little one’s head, fluffs 
up a rousing lather. 

Fingernails must be kept clean: 
lurk beneath the 
eaves to imperil health. Shoes 
are fitted carefully. Coming gen- 
erations should have fewer beauty 


griefs. 


Waltzing Outdated 
Says 101-Year-Old 


Auckland, N. Z., Dec. 4—(CP) 
— “Don't call me old or I'll knock 
your head off,” .declared’ New 
Zealand’s most vigorous centen- 
arian, Mrs. O, E. Nielson, in a 
speech to the guests at her 10Ist 
birthday party at Auckland. 

She proceeded to prove that 
she is old in years only by waltz- 
ing with Mayor J. A. C. Allum, 
and then demanded a modern 
dance — “because waltzing is too 
old-fashioned.” 

Mrs. Nielson, who goes to church 


/ every Sunday, received a mess- 


DOLORES BOLAND 


ABOUT TIME to employ 
corator’s trick at a window 

ere you need all the light, pos- 
le4In place of over-curtains, 

» the frame of window cover- 

h strip of mirror (to floor). 

e sheer white glass curtains 
mt full and to the floor. Dra- 


GOOD SUBSTITUTE 


In inany tool steels tungsten 
hay be replaced by molybdenum. 


age of congratulations on her 
birthday from the King and 
een. 


A SOFT, lush modern spun 
fabric is used for this dress with 
the sarong effect, and for once 
it’s not designed 
Lamour on the road to here or 
there, but for you, and you. . . 


Now Its Fur 
In 27 Colors 


Vancouver, Dec. 4 — (CP) — 
— Women, tired of the drab 
browns and blacks in their fur 


coats, have something new in” 


store — pastel mink — current- 
ly being raised in British Co- 
Jumbia. 

Members of the B. C. Mink 
Breeders’ Association are rais- 
Ing pink, blue, white, mauve, 
orchid, and silver mink on 
farms throughout the lower 
mainiand and growers say that 
when they reach the market. 
dark fur coats will be a thing 
of ‘the past. 

Experimentation has pro- 
duced 27 different colors in- 
cluding two-tone effects that 
cahnot be iimited. The two- 
tope varieties have a longer, 
dark guard hair and shorter 
pastel underfur that ranges 
irons pale blue to.pink and or- 

id. 


The first non-brown mink 
coat, a “silverblue” mutation, 
appeared In the United Statcs 
five years ago and despite its 


SMARTLY STYLED PLASTIC HAND- 


for Dorothy | th 


2 ‘Advice to the 


to wear for dancing, or for cool- 
ing off on a sultry evening, or 
sunning on a sunny teatime ter- 
Trace, 


The print is Hindu and colorful; 
@ bodice strapless, the skirt 
wrapped narrowly and with a hip 
drape, 


$18,000 price, the scramble was 
so great that furriers realized 
they had something women 
wanted. 

lilies 


WELL WATERED 


Canada has a fresh-watergarca 
of about 288,307 square miles. 


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Lovelorn| 


- By BEATRICE FAIRFAX 


A. Girl Whe \Wants to Help 
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can’t sting him into get- 
as mad as myself.” 

She has a baby who was born 
with a sweet and happy dispo- 
sition, but who has reacted to the 
disturbing atmosphere created by 
her mother by turning into a 


sessed of sufficient insight to put 
her finger on the core of her 
problem, “Sylvia”, as she signs 
herself, then goes on.to show 
equal insight in recognizing, and 
no doubt entirely correctly, the 
reason for her emotional !nsta- 
billty. She was, she says, “brought 
up in an unhappy, unhealthy at- 
mosphere where my parents were 
always arguing. Ag a child I lay 
awake nights praying that to- 
morrow would bring no argu- 
ments in my house.” "Now her 
parents live in the same building 


LANTHORN INN 


(Opposite 0.S.D. on Trent Road) 


CHICKEN AND STEAK DINNERS 
A SPECIALTY 


Open Every Day and Evening Including Sundays 


For your convenience . 


. please phone 


1456w for reservations. - 


A GAY AND COLORFUL UMBRELLA 


as‘ herself and. her ‘husband, and’ 
she is still constantly exposed to 
their bitter quarrels and con- 
tinuous atluse ofeach other. 

Fully, realizing that her atti- 
tude is hurting and harming the 
two people she loves most—her 
husband and her Baby—she is 
di anxious to £ 1 
straig! herself out. Path- 
etically, she begs: “Before I lose j. 
my mind—honestly, it goes that 
a | Saag 1 game] 

ere hope for a 28-year. 
wreck Ike me?” i 

First of all, I want to assure 
this distressed 


and suffering girl 
that there certainly is hope for. 
her, There is hope for anyone, 
no matter how deeply caught in 
the complexities of life, who is 
as honest and sincere and eager 
to help herself as she ise. 
Her first step should be to 
move out of the building where 
she now lives in close proximity 
to her quarreling parents and thus 
get away from the tension they 
create in her,> This, of course, 
may be easier to say than to do 
in these days of housing short- 
ages, but it is something she 
shouldbe planning for at the 
first possible opportunity. 
Second, she should get expert 
psychological help from some- 
one who can guide her out of the 


tpoons of vinegar 
talt; shake it up well, and rinse in 
water, 


kind, where it. isn’t a medical 
man that is needed, but one train- 
ed in-healing hurt hearts and 


* While cénsultatjons with. a 
good psychiatrist are 
there are clinics which make ex- 
per psychiatric advice available 
to those who cannot afford _ 
otherwise. “ 


ve, 


70 Clean & Cocashe, Dat ia tu 


‘and one tablespoon of 
cold 


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OOK - another shipment! 
15 Denier—51 Gauge 
Sheerest of Sheer Nylons 


YOUR 


reception of these filmy 


nylons, showed that you wanted 


more. 


cobwebs of color 


Here they sre. Nylon 


gossamer 


witchery to cling and glow over 


every curve of your leg. 


Subtle 


colors keyed to the latest fash- 


$2.50 4 Pair 


Buy now for Christmas. 


fon. 


Gift Box upon request. 


| THE J. A. MCNABB. LTD. 


254 FRONT STREET 


FACE TOWEL—Pure Irish linen hem- 





BAGS — top handles, shoulder straps 
and the new box style—rayon lined— 


GENUINE ENGLISH MOROCCO 
HANDBAGS — fine rayon lining, in- 
side zipper — change purse and mirror. 
Styles, underarm, top handle, pouch, 


or shoulder strap in black, $8 95. 
a 


brown or red. Ea 


for her — 10 rib Paragon frame — 
treated rayon covering In gay plaids— 


GUEST TOWELS—Lovely fine quality 
pure Irish linen hemstitched Damask 
Guest Towel — woven with damask 
design, size 14 x 22 — Ideal 

gift item. Each 


AN IDEAL GIFT !s this all wool im- 


stitched huckaback Face Towel, fine 
quality with damask pattern—lustrous 


finish, size 18 x 32. $1 50 
s 


BAH iecssaesicceian amounts 


CHOOSE ANGORINE GLOVES for 
her from these lovely colors -— black, 
brown, grey, scarlet, paddy green, 
bottle green, turquoise, powder—Sizes 
S. M. L. 


ENTIRE 


[DISPLAYING 
GIFTS 
FOR’ 


ported Bed Jacket, knit in a lacy 


pattern—regular size only $3 49 
. 


—pink or blue. Each .... MEN'S ENGLISH 
FOULARD TIES — 


fancy neat pat- 


Each .. 91.00 


WOOL PULLOVERS—Soft all Botany 
wool Pullover by Gordon Mackay—a 
lovely range of the latest colors to 


choose from—sizes 14 to 20, $3 95 
s 


Each 
1 lain colors— 
CARDIGANS — Long sleeve Cardigan, ode a ta ama 


ALUMINUM 2 
i buttoned to the neck, matches the cos wees $1. 

ae o / meee S485 i 
¥ fe r C00 1S ; 


ALL WOOL GLOVES—Men's 
fancy Honeycomb knit all 
wool Gloves in variety of the 


MEN’S ALL ELASTIC DRESS 
BRACE — full 38” long — fine 
leather ends — assorted colors 


—individually 1 .00 ‘j 


FOR YOUNG LADIES — Sylcraft 
spun-lo rayon knit Panties — elastic 
waist — cuff knee — color tea 7 5 

rose, Sizes 2—8 .,.,... pair a Cc 


«+ pair .19C¢ 


boxed. Each ..ccoee 


ker and more evenly, 
: "re dandy for every cook- 
ng use. : . favourites in 
somes, hospitals and hotels. . f 
hospi KNIT UNDIES of spun-lo rayon, three 
} make good styles — wide leg pantie, band 
‘cookin g a cheer—not a chore. is ite pe epee style brief— 
F s sizes S. 
(They save time and trouble Each ... Shieh omy  98c 
inethe kitchen. They're easy ; F 
to,clean. And they keep their 
i: t hens FOR WARMTH and smartness these 
righ: good looks— because wool and rayor plaid Squares are hard Men's Pure Botany 
m will never rust or to beat. Sizes about 28 x 28 in a Wool HALF HOSE —= 
fine: rib in colors 
grey, - blue heather 
and brown. Sizes 10%, 
11 and 
WLM accsee . 


BELTS — GARTERS 
SCARVES, ETC. 


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FANCY PRINTED Breakfast or 
Luncheon Cloth, ‘beautiful floral 
and modernistic designs, wide 
variety of colorings, Two sizes, 


52 x 52 tee tach $2.98 
$2 2Bissiceves each $3.79- 


hip! 
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> Choose Aluminum 


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HANDEERCHIEFS — 
Ladies’ pure Irish 
linen, lace trimmed 
Handkerchiefs, fine 
quality, inch 


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Each ssssee, #O0C 


HANDEEECHIEFS — 
Ladies’ fancy elabor- 
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kerchiefs, wide assort- 
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'’S ABOUT TIME to employ 
higtiecorator’s trick at a window 
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AT THE BELLE — that wa? about each other in “That Way 
‘With Women.” Vickers and Dane Clark are, co-star~ 
red with Sydney Greenstreet in Warner's latest funfest : 
sparkling humor’ and delicious romance. “Danger Street! 
the second feature on the same program, closing at the 

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that sult ve not work. West will | The Movie Colamn | NO 

refuse to king. SS ee (isis eee 

third round, umeny. ace must go By BOB THOMAS was given a 10-minute miscon- B-E-L-L-E . CAPITOL 

and west will have the king left. wo Qed V edhe | duct and after the game, accord- Wwaw McCARTHY ALR THE 
With east holding the king and} Hy , ‘Dec, 8 (AP)—In- ing to the referee, “Wanted to THAT OMEN’ > =| BLACK NARCISSUS angel d 

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oot will paegonl aetefore this serine ita going Mo a cold F bo Collide a of the eleven players were Marthe Viekers Deborah Kerr Mp rn beents 

play will not kive south a chance |winter in Hollywood and they are reights . - {from Wembley and a couple of the acon srasee bead vetine PIONRER JUSTICE. 

to ser a spade on dia~ seeking the shelter of-major ~* | fight occurred on the 3.00 — 7.9 — 9.35 rt} 

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‘This declarer refused to take| The Independent field, which}, Copetown, Ont, Dec. S—(CP)— 
flourished in the lush war years, | One engine was turned over on frowns on 

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in the technicolor hit ‘Black Narcissus” now playing at the 
ae ag Theatre. Sabu and Flora Robson are also featured in 
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| Little Benny's Note lore we can 
| Book eve tach for the tert storie | C,B, Announces 


‘Ham, how . Really, William, ‘< 
Ma wanted pop to take her to Holida H 
the movies after supper, but the bs ga ripen 0 y ours 
: hoes Beye er Geez te anvthing. |side brink of extinction, It seems a oS 
a {They need te producing tal- aaa train, causing It to top- a like to see the pi 
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make much-needed cuts in over-|™oned, one from Hamilton and|pleasure that: mite end 
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FEATURE . . PALOOKA, CHAMP” —— 
TURDAY MORNING .rasous cowie’ srur 


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a few passenger trains which 
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to a passing track to allow the 
other one to clear but the move- 
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when the second train struck the 
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' Toronto, Dec. 3 — (CP)—The 
Liquor Licence Board of Ontario 
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the other from London. Cause of|manent injury. . . ‘ 
z rogptoe A lb ney aed per dp gee tela tavern public Bouse, res DOORS OPEN 9.30 =. LEON ERROL 
Celtulold Roundup —_——_—_ Gear,” pop “said, tauran! must cease a: p . 
June Allyson and Van Heflin| SAY BOMB OUTRAGE ne et healt eqlibets 16 pak Dee. M, Chitstncan ve: Pfus Two Swell Cartoons and Novelties 
will be a team in “Bedeviled.” |"ING BROKEN § and I went to bed| Normal hours of sale will re- : — Pius — : 
Lana Turner {s out of the film Fe ree talking | Sume Dec. 26, CONTEST FINALS for TWO BEAUTIFUL “ELGI™" 
she'll go into “Three lalizing “in Although sale of liquor ceases|}| #VATCHES and Other Grand Prizes and Broadcast ever CJBQ@ 


eine mentioned’ tor «large mee bomb outrages, cresting 37 they were safe. at 6 p.m., patrons of dining rooms 
tlon of the AIGM star list, includ- us and Sikhs. The arrests and dining lounges may continue 


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L B pees S mouelas ti, reported | killed and 68 injured in August Loleseaygiag Z 
big eS a te Beate ew F Normal hours of sale will be|}| TWO BIOYCLES WILL BE vee AWAY TO ane BOY AND” 
selling ex-minister’ has sald that | MAIDEN VOXAGE TO" EAST | eedi; Balint of Russia gheerved Dec. 31, New Year's GIRL WITH THE GREA ae Ores, 


films. m, Eng, Dec, 5 — 
peat ise Gasca think Christ; (Reuters)—The 21,500-ton Dutch 
who appears in the book, should Unter Willem Ruys, named after 
be portrayed on the screen. in- | director of the Rotterdam 
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* FRIDAY sidered racy in the movies. Re~| § ioe Nereis ree | Sy j | | 
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serving another actress in the 
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Lee Day "That Way With Women — “Danger St." 23 
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[tees HOCKEY LEAGUE 
‘Futures games: Saturday,‘ De- 
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fi ¢ lens, Wednesday, The Leaf>|Springfield ... 6 - 
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CANADIAN SPORT SNAPSHOTS — 


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By MEL SUFRIN 
(Canadian Press Staff Writer) 


Future games: Saturday, New ret Patra ee an behags stitches — 4,400 in one 
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Billy Ringer and Red Spragge 
tallied two more in the middle 
frame for Rangers but these 
were answered by Glen Sonmor 
and Frank Bathgate for Bilt- 


the world loves a winner, and as 
long as he keeps winning, it con- 
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small tokens which add up to 


phia; Washington at. Pittsburgh; 
Providence at Springfield. 
US.ELL. 


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arg 11 62 «(16 : > ; Be. Rangers are still in the body, the Ontario Ruigby Footbal 4 
¢ league cellar and Guelph is in 9th] Union. Only once e 7 
ip onto wi “aear! oats Oo 2 Kiwanis Junior Nip P y Jon Position in the 10-team loop, elght seasons has the O. R. F. U. drawing card neither at home nor 
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. Min- tend their six-game winning A } 
se hl Sport Worth at pari New York, Dea 5 (AP) Leeward when they meet the lea- rome the Sharpe ring and Sago bee gene: ony = Fagg rfl 
name Canadian Press = | gue-ledding Toronto Marlbo ers shove other around| ing Leon elly, 4s 
. ap tinc ae , Vernal \Nippy) Jones, Roches-| Toronto Maple Leaf potty on the gridiron. Wings rookie defenceman, as the vote 






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a” ball Club have asked Athletic} 1947 International League batting} patricias in the mountain city and| tary of the Toronto Indians O. R. 
Commissioner Sylvanus Apps for| Championship with a mark of 337 Stratford Indlans visit Kitchener-| F. U. club, pointed up the sad 
Young Ran Rangers ers $, Guelph 8. . | a “full investigation” in the On-|— official averages, released to-| Waterloo Flying Dutchmen. situation last week when he sug- 


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tario Rugby Football Union's} 44y, giving him a one-point edge gested that the six-team O. R. F./ tells about how Kelly became 
(By The Amoclated Press) [stirling 10, Cobourg 3.: handling of a protest about Ham-| Over Henry Sauer, Syracuse out- U. give up the ghost. His idea was| frightfully angry the other night 
“i. Chicago: ‘Anton Raadik, 161| Napanee 7, Bloomfield 1. . . | ilton’s junior Wildcats using five] fielder, who had been named un- ° that Toronto Indians and Balmy| when a shot of his at an open net 
| { Estonia, outpointed Al (Red) Maritime Senior - over-age players in last Satur-| Official winner of the honor. W: Beach unite and enter the Big| hit a post and bounced out, : 
“Priest, 154 1-2, Cambridge, Mass} Sherbrooke 6, Granby 3. day's semi-final, Sauer, whose 336 average gave Four along with Hamilton Wild-| Teammates asked Kelly what 
10). Moncton 6, Halifax- a The O. R. F. U. after finding| him runner-up laurels, led In five ee cats. That would make it the big] happened and he replied: 
3 Ae Buia, 6S ere Sem that certain players were ineli-| offensive departments. He col-| RECREATION ALLEYS | six. “Ding, darn it, it just hit the 
+380 1-4, Grand Ra rts ne 3. | gible, ordered a replay of the| lected the most runs, 130, the But them were fightin’ words pipe... that's all.” 
| Mel Brown 158 1-2, Quebec Senior +) | sudden-death game at London| Most hits, 182, and the most total Optical Mixed ‘i 
Worcester, Mass: Dullo 5 New York 4, Montreal 3. next Saturday. Both teams de-| bases, 362. The Syracuse star also 
Valleyfield 8, Quebec 4, had th Blue Birds 3 points ........ 2423 : 
Boston 8, Shawinigan Fails 7. |Clined, London on the grounds) ind the mos rung batted in, 141, atiyer 1 2401 Louis isn’t in any hurry. 
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legal champions of their group.| @ny other performer—12 times. 
REFEAIN 70! SELL COTLON Officials at London last ryght 
May) they Beach age the a ‘ - 
F.U. to “shelve' protest. Said 
Coach Murray Grittin, | “We've/ Philadelphia’ Rockets 
only started and if necessary we 
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High single, Mickle Moreau 311,| New York, Dec. 5 (AP)—The the old-timers who made hockey 

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ne house since in a rts of the world to . a considera er rate for | walt un' Tr goes a 
in dollaty; the Cotton Control Apps yesterday announced that (By Th “Canadian oo tot 0 points : prety some work that likely won't be then we sneak out and have some 
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cial senior football clubs as a re-| Philadelphia Rockets Jived up to|Saco 3... 3236 lagainst Jersey Joe Walcott . The |Dots All, Brothers 
sult of a two per cent levied) their “giant killer” role last night |Trudeau 0 - 2921 ns gpa ste geo rien Pd Mieenney Ge oom or tte 
by the Commission this fall, will| as they upset the eastern leaders|Our Gang 4... - 3381 [toon Square "Garden record of ‘St. Louls Cardinals, should 
be returned on the advice of the| of nm guare Garden record of St. Lou ardinals, should you 
ie ce the American Hockey League,| High single W. Moore 290. $201,613 made back in 1927 by {call them the Postal Cards? 
Attorney General. Apps applied| Hershey Bears, 3-2. On Tuesday| High 3 string D. Adams 268- Jack Delan, and Simm Matonee F 
the tax this fall on the grounds] they pulled the same trick on the |247-231—746. Of this the cham will get the 
that senior football could be class-| high-flying Pittsburgh Hornets.|C.N.R.O ...............--. 2840 | sal 40 per cent of the net phils 
ed as professional. In the only other contest on the Callaghan Ice’4 ... +o a share of radio and television re- 
card last night, New Haven|Acme 0 .......... + 2 \ceipts. He'll have to shell out his 
Lord Burghley, president of the} Ramblers downed Indlanapolis|Corby 4 ............ > 3395 | naneger’s cut and considerable 
International Amateur Athletic} Capitals 4-3. Miles & Stewart 4 bel bs 29 training expenses, but if he's try-| clouds” in more ways than one. 
Federation, announced yesterday} A full-blooded Iroquois Indian,|=™pire Gro, 0 ............ 2402 ing to break the by-the-minute | According to a British alrways 
the Soviet Union had joined the! Wendell Jamieson, a former Na-| High single J. Taylor 289. 23g- record, he won't have to “work | company’s lost property depart- 
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their participation in the major| Wochy and a veteran, Eddle Bush | !91-289—718. that, in spite of bold predictions | toys, books, spectacles and ‘pipes 
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Winter Will Pass 
Without Fuel Crisis 


000,000 tons higher than at the 
same time last year. Output was 
recently run above the target of 
4,000,000 tons a week and is ex- 
pected to increase still further as 
longer working hours come into 


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London, Dec. 5 — (Reuters) — 
Cheered: by a succession of good 
coal production returns and ris- 
ing stocks, Britons now are hope- 
ful tat the coming winter will 
pass. without another fuel crisis, 
and that exports may be resum- 


ed early next year. 

In spite of many favorable 
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to two factors — the almost com- 
plete elimination of exports which 
saved 2,000,000 tons, and the un- 
expectedly low internal consump- 
tion due to a bright summer and 
mild autumn. In addition, 700,000 
tons of coal were im 





tain factors — labor relations, do- 
,| mestic consumption and the wea- 
| ther — may each produce 2 seri- i 
ous threat to the government’s| Te Help Industry 
Le . Under the. government's “win- 
ee ot tar ‘ell be" watched] tef coal budget” which came into 
all over the world for an indica- force Nov. {1 and covers the six 
tion that she is regaining her ec- months ending April 30, industry 
onomic balance and may soon be abe siog ~ Sagrado 
r stocks for 
ae to help other countries to do du ction for c port. ee 

Britons who still shudder at the upphies are 
mention of last winter's fuel cris- | 20 increased, and indeed the 
is were glad to learn from the government hopes domestic users 
government that fhe country in will reduce their consumption by 
better prepared than last year for 10 per cent. But there will be no 
the test of winter. rationing of gas and electricity. 

Thist year, distributed coal] Experts consider that “armies of 
stocks at the end of October stood | Worx out a tate vation for widely 
at more than 16,000,000 tons, 5i-) aittering household needs. and to 
enforce control. It has therefore 
been decided to rely on the discl- 
pline and voluntary co-operation 
of the private consumer. 

After winning a five-day. week 
last May, the miners now have 
agreed to work again six days 
every second week or lengthen 
the existing working shift by 
half an hour a day to boost pro- 
duction. 

Major disputes or a rash of 
scattered small strikes could up- 
set the applecart. In September 
and October “unofficial strikes"— 
stoppages not approved by the 
unlons,-— spread like wildfire and 
lost the nation some 750,000 tons 
of coal. 

Observers believe that Fuel 
Minister Gaitskell, who recently 
sueceeded Emanuel Shinwell, will 
have to face his greatest test in 
his relations with the miners, one 
of whose leading spokesmen is 
Arthur Horner, general secretary 
of the Miners’ Union and a com- 
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of Shinwell and the communists 
have condemned the recent re- 
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. London, Dec. 8 —(AP)—Prince 
Philip will continue to pursue his 
naval career, the Admiralty an- 
nounced. The former Lieut. Phillp 

Mountbatten will return to. duly 

Dec. 15 as.an officer in the Ad- 

miralty’a operations division in 

Whitehall. He and Princess Eliza- 

beth now are on their honeymoon 


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Bere auleep in his chalr, oblivious |oerves atune with’ the, banging 
to her going, how swiftly she banging 
would disappear! ‘battle of mighty clouds overhead. 
upon marrying her today. Wild, , Yet apparently no such escape} Orinarily an electric storm 
plans of running away from him | Was to her lot. Webb was/|frightened her, but now she was 
dashed. through her mind, only |Slightly_unsteady on his feet, but ifrightened so much more by her 

train |personal problems that this terri- 
fic unheaval in the sky was neg- 
ligible. She watched it in avid 
faseination, this battle in which 
apperently, no foe was vanquish- 


“NO TURNING *. 


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bly on ‘the: seat, In. sheer, panic, |)" telep) 
be tried to think of & way- out.” |to be Tejected as futile. The only Seoryatiinn Teen tae conte 
; ino sapoerentiy bent him ja movie, had dinner in a Chinese 
ing: keaveleed rarer tha I; becom- \restaurant, after which he escort- 
Hennington Blare’s munden Ths ee ee pinta ap or rs 
was particular, she thought. And Ce ae we eee eee 
more she considered it, the She pleaded a headache, bade 
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Morning proper was ushered in oot enn paecmec cornea fl 
to the accompaniment of a steady MERCY. I CANT. 
rain, filling her with foreboding. 
She finally got out of bed and 
dressed, too nervous to lie brood- 
ie Hon el the h 
managed to close eavy 
i bediakr dpe be rid of him until} window beside the bed without 
~ + “Ob will,” “You win, Kay. We can't have least. calling the porter. She would hide/ . 
ay, “Just oo sen lour marriage looking—-mesy:" DB aN Apes ot pres in here as long as possible. The 
‘| She felt nearly happy, tried to ret ping, an rumble of the swiftly revolving 
‘ ° undressed wearily, cleansed. her | Vs .015 over steel rail have 
flushed face with cream, and got lulled her di Ir into ncille 
between the agreeably starched ir Cespane Lee 
smoothness of the sheets. She ation. If she married Webb, it 
ul would be for the sake of the one 
switched off the overhead light, 
a complexity of emotion en- big love of her life, Chuck! What 
Scatoveasce : 
nce. Her ing an | for ? 
.” independent wage earner was not} Another hour dragged by and) MARK TRAIL — 
tito be fulfilled. The die was casty} gradually-the heavy veil of 
She must marry Webb Taylor to; clo lifted , revealing the broad 
prove her love for another man.| beauty of the blue sky, lifted, by 
’|This didn’t make sense. It would | a jolly, squinting sun. 

sound too melodramatic if put into Chin on hand, Kay leaned hard 

words. Well, she wouldn't put in| against the window—sill, and 

into ‘words, although talking to} watched the landscape fly by. 
herself might bring a certain re- | the summer was rapidily dying— 
rane from all her pent-up rebel-| aq with it her heart. Here and 
Deep in her heart there nestled | [Cr ‘ail color among, the green 
a slim ray of sunshine. She was 
red ’ foilage, many fields had been 

returning to Deweyton! rehed 1 hot egal 

would be near Chuck, within call | >2! by long spells, 
If he needed her. Yet why should | others showed only stubble left 
he actually need her? He had | by the reapers. Little streams had 
shown her plainly enough that he | already given up the ghost and 
didn’t and she had shown him} showed sandy, branch—strewn 
that she didn't need him. Their] bottoms. All nature was slowing 
ways were parted for all time. down to winter repose. 

She tossed and fretted on the] And she—she was getting mar-| SYRINGING UP FA’ 
bed for several hours, finally | ried! It seemed so’ unreal it was 
settling into heavy slumber, too | terrifying. 
deep for dreaming. 

She was awakened at dawn by (To Be Continued) 

¢ | 


TODAY’S CROSS-WORD PUZZLE 
The waiter gave. him the bill of 
selections 
thout consulting HORIZONTAL, 
her. She wondered how she was} ' 1 To analyze 
to endure his deliberate rudeness| * grammatically 
the remainder of her life. “But], § Timely . . 
then,” she thought grasping atslim| > * Venomevel 
hope, “I'm not married to: him ene 


fe 

In the next instant, however, 
her spirits drooped again. - She 
was certain that fate was sear. 
picked distinterestedly at the: 
jchoice bits of lobster on her plates, 
watched Webb . drink old-fash- 























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ber hand. 
“Atta girl!" he exclaimed, “Now 
we |we're getting somewhere!” 
He took her into a crowded air- 
conditioned restaurant where a 
Ie initing strains through an 
an 
—my mother a decorated, low room. 
'd be hurt if we eloped. Hon-/Tables for two were set ‘at.an 
, 1 -don't like to do it: Itlintimate angle under subdued 
lighting. They followed the head 
tO iwaiter to one and. sat down. 
“The sea food here is. marvel- 
ous,” Webb said with his old con- 
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'| Jewish state in the Holy Land, these young 


é Emphasize Moral 
‘)And_ Spiritual 


\ SEVEN YEARS FOR ATTACK 


Celebrating the formation of the new over 
final orders 
. Jews sing their joy in” New York.: - 
-Haj Amin‘ E) Husseini, former Grand Mufti 
of Jerusalem, has been granted leadership} and murder. 


Developments 
Likely in Polish 
In Social Work § 'Treasure Mystery 


Saint John, NB, Dec. S—(CP)| Ottawa, Dec. (CP)—The Can- 
—Avoldance of “crassly natural-|adian goverpment has been in 
istic emphasis” in. soclal work,jtouch with the Polish legation 
with greater emphasis’ on moral|here concerning the long-missing 
and spiritual contributions, was|Polish state treasures and -new 


arising| urged in/ap’ interview here yes-|developments in the mystery will 


TOM LONGBOAT TO MOVE 
Brantford, Dec. 5—(CP)—Tom 
t, famous Indian mara- 

runner of a bygone genera- 

who is still hale and hearty, 

hag at last decided to move into 
the house with which he was y.re- 
f Canadian 


terday “by Most Rev. George|likely be disclosed next week, it 

Frederick Kingston, -Primate of]/was learned today. 

the Church of England in Canada| Jt is understood that External 

and ‘Archbishop of Nova Scotia. |Affairs Minister St. Laurent ts 
The Primate sald too few peo-|personally handling these new 


“| ple: were aware the church was|negotiations. 


interested in “wrestling with the 
nich bast today.” Part of the 

w y. 

chureh’s task was to try to relate|"eauested the 

itself to human needs. locating the 


Earlier the Poles, representing 
the present Warsaw government, 
Canadian govern- 

rt assistance in 


which vanished more than a year 
church 


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all Palestine Arabs.:He has issued no 
’ : wi a 
while Ara¥ threats of violence continued. eral strike of Palestine * 


‘Arabs. 


several incidents of mob 


Report Cracking 
Ring of Forgers 

Berlin, Dec. 5 — (AP)—Agents 
of the'’United States Army’s Cri- 
minal In’ Division sald 
today they had cracked a ring of 
forgers, led by a Berlin univer- 
sity professor, which had. worked 
up a lucrative in. faked 


ey 
sold here at 50,000 marks ( 
aplece, and “only to the best peo- 
ple, apparently all well-to-do in- 
tellectuals,” but none of them had 
been able to leave Germany yet. 


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leather. . 


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<> tion gnd glass handle is 
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woot dressing gown. Smart authentic tartans — generously. cut with 
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Good looking’ rlippers make..a welcome useful Gift . . . 
* style slippers with beaded vamp, and soft fur trim:. Warm Uning and 
padded heels and soles for added ‘comfort. Colours wine, blue and brown. 





Pale :.c.cessese wrcbeseeeoeredsbereees 1,25 fo 595 


» "measuring cup; and set of 6 {ndividual 


Complete ‘12 piece set ..2...... 3.95 


Knit Winter Wearables 


Special! English 4-Ply 
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A lttle héavier welght for outdoor sports-* 
wear, sweaters, helmets, ski-socks, etc., this 
4ply English fingering wool should knit up 
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of shades including White, Wine, Moss 
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group. About 4 oz, 

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From England! 3-Ply Botany ° 
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conde ‘Kaliwear is alvaye bighiy etiss nea 

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this smooth fine 3-ply Botany wool from 
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and accessories, Colours — Light Blue, Sky, 
Cardinal, Greens, Reds, Greys, Navy, Browns 
in the group, About 1 oz skein. 
Each  25¢ 


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+ Made in England, tight-weight, aluminum 
knitting needles with satin-smooth, tapered 


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Pretty Parasols 
An. Acceptable Gift 


- An exciting Christmas Gift. — Gay colourful parasols to 
bnghten’up a showery day. Crisp soft rayon taffetas, and 
nylons in eye-catching stripes and plaids, 10-inch metal 

‘frame, wooden rod and assorted plastic handles. Colours, 
Navy, Red, Black, and Brown in the group. 


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‘DAY EVENING, DEC. 24th.; 
‘UNTIL. MONDAY, AM, 
DEC. 29th: 3 


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Select a Pyrex ‘Blue Diamond” Gift-boxed 
set of 12 pleces for your favourite home+4 
maker, set contains a 48 or. Casserole, 
(lid converts into extra-pie-plate), a large 
utiilty dish; Flavour-saver ple plate’ with 
{fluted edges, pbout 9" dia.,-16 oz. scaled 










, 4.02. custard cups in wire rack. 












Madeira 
Pillow Cases 


From Portugal to grace your 
Christmas gift lst, exquisite 
cotton cases embroldered, 
hemstitched and embellished 
with beautiful cut work Th ela- 


about a2" Pats... 4.95 


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Printed Cotton Cloths © 


Colourful and tasteful cloths printed in 
“Woodland” “Waverly” or “Orange Blos- 
som” design on fine cotton, predominating 
colours of Blue, Rose; Green’ or Goldtone, 
size about 50” x 50”. 


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Lovely 
Printed. Cloths 


Good Quality cotton cloths printed: in: ex- 
quisite colours in “Garland,” “Petal Ring,” 
“Scroll” or ‘Lilac Cluster” design. Lunch- 
eon size, about 52”.x 32."" 


From USA. 
Runners and 
Vanity Sets: 


Pastel shades in dainty cotton 
runners with fine lace edge, in 
a useful size for bureaus, 
tables, buffets, etc, Colours 
blue; rose, or green; size about 


Dinette size, about 52” x 70”. 


-nenpaenrees sarees Oe 


Cotton Lace Cloths 


Beautiful lace cloths to set a festive 


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Body of Hamilton 
‘Woman Found; 
Victim of Assault 


Investigators Not Sure_ 
Yet As to Cause of Death | 


Hamilton, Dec. 6 (CP)—Police 
announced shortly before noon 
today they were satisfied a body 
eit found behind Dundurn Castle was 
that of Mrs. Julia Kabas, 54, of 
Hamilton. They said the manner 
of death “had: not yet definitely 


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GIVES. TESTINONY 
AT DOUBLE PROBE 


Says She Did Not Know Her 
Husband Was Keeping 
Company With Iris* Scott 


Toronto, Dec. 6. (CP)—The 
widow of George Vigus told a 
coroner’s jury yesterday she had 
no idea her husband was keeping 
company with Iris Scott before 
the bodles of Vigus and the pretty 
21-year-old stenographer were 
se found Sept. 12 in the locked 

trunk of an automobile. 

Frail and ailing, Mrs. Vigus gave 
her evidence in low tones‘at the 
lia inquest into the strangle-slaying 

of the couple, Suffering from a 
thyroid condition, she was per- 


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Kabas, when last seen, wore a| his relationship with his family. 
3 black dress a soldier's battle} The slight, pale-faced woman 
dress tunic. ~ kept her com, t 


Coroner Jurbin Lannin is work-| her 
ing with police on the investiga- 


In Lonely Section 
Dundurn Castle stands is Dup- 













Lawson, who later adjourned the 


would be working late, but she 

Remueétosopes 
appear. ; 

Lal ‘What brought on that nervous 

nce | state, something you suspected,” 

asked Mr. Bull. 

Mrs. Vigus said she thought he 
might have been hurt—a man at 
the box factory where he was 
employed had lost two fingers in 
a machine two weeks before. 


something was wrong with the 
car.” 2 

Mrs. Vigus said she had known 
Iris when the girl did steno- 
graphic work for her husband a 
year before. Miss Scott had oceas- 
jonally been at the Vigus home 
to help him in his work and had 
spent a Summer with the family 
at Lake Simcoe. 

The witness had not known 























his resi 
tween 10 to 10 and 10 o'clock. 


Saw Police Cruiser 


He said that he saw 2 police 
cruiser standing by the castle 


life although he had purchased 
canvas’ for the girl, who was 
studying art. 

Asked about the movements of 
her son, 19-ycar-old George Vi- 
gus, Jr. the night of Sept. 10, 
she said he had spent the evening 
at home and had gone.to bed 
early—about 10.30 p.m. She 
“had roused him at 5 a.m. to tell 
him his father was missing. 


it by the large aerial at 
of the car. 

. Blair Gautheau sald that he was 
walking through Dundurn Park 
way to York Street to get 
or a bus to his work at 


fee 


Turkey-Split for 


By W. R. WHEATLEY 


Montreal, Dec; 6. (CP)—May- 
be this Christmas you'd like to 
have a turkey-split (with ‘or 
without the hyphen), which Is 





they it. around the back to-| something like splitting a bottle 
gether. Mr. Gautreau sald tha’ | of beer with your neighbor or 
this time he went up-onto the} sitting down to a banana-split, 


but nothing like a splitinfinitive. 

With a split infinitive you get 
Foner! in ssiheeditetgneat 

uratively or literally. . 
But with a turkey-split. . . . 

Let's start over again. Mon- 

treal poultry dealers say many 
families are too small to require 
turkeys weighing between 15 and 
35 pounds. There is a heavy de- 
mand for birds of 10 pounds or so, 
but the supply is limited. 
_ So the dealers talked it over 
with [ypartment of Agriculture 
officials. Surpriingly enough, 
all hands came up with the iden- 
tical suggestion—put half-turkeys 
on the market. ; 

Then they did a little research 
work and found out—without 
consulting the turkeys, whic 
were dead by this time anyway— 
that a split turkey Is just as sat- 
\isfactory as a whole turkey. 


woman was 
with her clothes pulled up above 
‘ bee’ waist. He said that he did 


shoe belonging 
was found lying in the snow and 
police officers. stated that the 
marks in the snow indicated that 
2 criminal offence had taken 
place at this point. 


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WIDOW OF VIGUS 


and | allowed to refer to practically any 


If Your Family is Small Try 





ANGRY OPPOSITION 
FADES GOVT. ON 
AUSTERITY. PLANS 


Fireworks Set off 
By Motion. of King 


By D'ARCY O'DONNELL 
(Canadian Press Staff‘ Writer) 


Ottawa, Dec. 6 — (CP) — An 


Speech officially. marked 
the 20th Parliament. 
Mackenzie King outlining gov- 


proceeded with set off the fire- 
works and drew from John Brac- 
ken, Progressive Conservative 
leader, the charge that the gov- 
ernment had “murdered the con- 
stitution” by imposing its new ec- 
onomic controls, 


Considerable Opposition i 


After M. J. Coldwell, ¢. C. F. 
leader, Solon Low, Social Credit 
leader, and some private mem-~- 
bera_jolned the opposition to the 
proposed procedure, . King 
awithdrew his mction and said it 
would be re-submitted Monday. 
‘ Main objection centred on the 
government’s suggestion that the 
debate on the Throne Speech be 


the Governor-General, Viscount 
Alexander, contained little in the 
way of surprises. But in the de- 
bate on the speech members are 


subject. The opposition made it 
clear that there were things they 
wished to bring up that could not 
be referred to in debate on a sin- 
gle piece of legislation. 

The Throne S; said parlia- 
ment would be asked to deal with 
measures arising out of the mod- 
erate austerity program inaugur- 
ated Nov. 18 in an effort to con- 
serve American dollars. It also 
would be asked to approve trade 
agreements and tariff concessions 
signed by Canada at the recent 
international trade conference in 
Geneva and scheduled to become 
effective Jan. 1. 

A third matter 1s the need for 
extending the transitional emer- 
gency powers Act under which 
the government forces rent and 
other controls. The Act is sched- 
uled to expire Dec. 31. 

After the Christmas adjourn- 
ment, members will be asked to 
deal with less urgent legislation, 
including bills to increase the in- 
itial wheat payment and to launch 
a low-rental housing project for 
veterans. . 

A Federal Labor Code bill 
and bills amending the Income 
Tax Act the Dominion Election 
Act and the Canada Shipping 
Act all Introduced at the last 
session but not considered will ze 
re-introduced. 

A bill to consolidate all stat- 
utes relative to defence will be 
placed before parliament 

The Speech referred to the 
unsettled conditions in world 
affairs and sald a permanent s0- 
lution to Canada’s exchange prob- 
lems and her future well-being 
—— on the revival of world 
trade. 





Christmas Dinner 


All the dealer needs Js a sharp 
knife and xnack of butchering. 
The turkey is plit from north 
to south or viceversa; never from 
east.to west or V.V. 

The. rescarcheds Including Miss 
Laura Pepper and Mrs. Dorothy 
Batcheller of the Agriculture De- 
partment’s economic branch dis- 
covered that half a turkey wijl 
cook more uniformly than a 
whole turkey. Since the half is 
smaller you don’t need an over- 
grown pan or monster-size 


cooker, 

The half-turkey can be dressed 
as easily as if the bird hadn't been 
bisected safd the researchers. 

Don’t ask us why the farniers 
don’t raise more small turkeys 
and eliminate the splitting 
That's a Biological subject. Only 
female turkeys can be classified 
as “small” and somehow or other 
there are far fewer female than 
male turkeys. 

There's one drawback to this 
split turkey business that the re- 
searchers didn’t consider; at least 
they offered no solution. Suppose 
th efamlly has two children and 
cach wants’a drunstick. Now to 
split a drumstick. ... 










is 

that the democracies 
Ined to prevent this. 
to a finish. 


A motion by Prime Minister|the combatants 
the job of finish 
ernment suggestions on how the 

session show! war”? One hastens to all that this 
work of ‘the session should belie 4 rhetorical question which we 


words in an atomic age. 




























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ATURDAY, DECEMBER 


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‘Cold’ War Being Waged |S\iPiF THEORY 


By DEWI'T, KENZIE 


MAC! 
(Associated Press Foreign Affairs 


rat) 
We are faced with the tragic 


but certain fact that war—‘“cold” 
bu being 


are determ- 
It is a fight 
The question arises therefore 


opening of the fourth session of|as a arene for propaganda. 


et ahead with 


both sides’are appalled with the 


of trying to run two 


They 


Marshall Calls 


gravity 





Of German Zonal Boundaries, 
Asks What Are Russian Terms 





By JOHN M. HIGHTOWER 

London, Dec. 6 —(AP)— Vir~ 
tual partitioning of Germany be- 
tween Russia and the Western 
Powers for an indefinite time was 
indicated today by developments 
in the foreign ministers council 
which convened here two weeks 
ago to recreate German unity. 

As the second week of the con- 
icrence drew to a close, one more 
issue — German economic unity 
—was added to the list of those 
which have provoked basic dis- 
agreement between Russin on the 
one hand and France, Britain and 
the United States on the other. 

The latest deadlock came. yes- 
terday when State ‘Secretary 
Marshall challenged Foreign Min- 
ister Molotov to stop talking 
“generalities” about the German 
peace treaty and state precisely 
the conditions under which 
Russia would agree to unify Ger- 
many. The American secretary 
called for the elimination of Ger- 
many’s zonal boundaries as a 
starter. 
Molotow Attacks West's Policies 

In response, Molotov launched 
into an attack on British and Am- 
erican policies in Western Ger- 
many, accused the two powers of 
breaking the Potsdam agreement 
on reparations, said they were 
“actually hindering” economic re- 
covery in the western zones and 
claimed there had been a con- 
tradiction between Marshall and 
United States Commerce Secre- 
tary Harriman over the issue of 
unifying Germany. 

The Soviet Minister said: Harri- 


By JACK HAND 


Brooklyn, Dec. 6 (AP) —Leo 
Durocher taday was returned to 
his old job as manager of the 
Brooklyn Dodgers by President 
Branch Rickey. Durocher will 
succeed interim pilot Burt Shot- 
ton now that Leo’s season-long 
suspension by Commissioner A.B, 
Chandler has been served. 

No salary terms were announc- 
ed. Durocher was sald fo have 
signed. a 1947 contract calling 
for $50,000 last winter before his 
suspension. The Dodgers never 
announced whether he was pald 
while “sweating out” the ban In 
California, 

Durocher, always a stormy pe- 
trel during his 20 years In the 
major basebafl leagues, was sus- 
pended April.9 by Chandler for 
the entire 1947 season for “‘con- 
duct detrimental to baseball.” 

‘The suspension was the direct 
result of hearing in Sarasota and 
St, Petersburg, Fla., last March 
following charges brought by 
Larry MacPhail, former New 
York Yankee president, against 
Durocher, Rickey and Harold 
Parrott, the Dodgers’ road secre- 


tary. - 

MacPhail’s charges involved 
newspaper stories quoting Rickey 
and a dally column under Dur- 
ocher’s name in the Brooklyn 
Eagle in which it had been’ in- 
ferred that-the ex-Yankee presi- 
dent had entertained known gam- 
blers in his box at a Havana 
exhibition game. 


i 





hate to admit officially that there 

two worlds, 
loreover, neither side is abso- 
lutely, sure. of the real strength 
of the other. For that matter they 
strength, 


wa 


Allies need time to get the plan 


Into operation to give France and i 


Italy the material aid with which 
to withstand the Communist ag- 


jon. 

Then from the standpoint of the 
democracies, time might swing 
countries like Czechoslovakia and 
Poland back into the democratic 
fold. And Moscow doesn't over- 
look that this same delay might 
erable Russia to consolidate her 
position in eastern Europe. - 


for Removal 


ing that “cold | gressi 


man had recommended in a re- 
cent report to President Truman 
on the Marshall Plan the creation 
of a separate regime in Western 
Germany. + 

This, Molotov said, was con- 
trary to Marshall's call for the 
unlfication of all Germany. 

‘Marshall and Foreign Secretary 
Bevin both counter-attacked as 
soon as Molotov finished. Bevin 
asserted thot Molotov's arguments 
were designed to convince the 
Germans that they have but one 
friend — the Soviet Union.” 


and once more appealed to the 
council to “leave generalities and 
engage in a discussion which may 
enable us to make some pro- 


Foreign Minister Bidault also 
clashed briefly with Molotov over 
French economic pruposals for 
Germany. 

Issues over which the Big Four 
now have split three to one cover 
Germany's frontiers, the proce- 
dure for creating a German peace 
treaty, the completion of Austrian 
independence and economic unity 
over Germany. These dificrences 
have beer unrelieved by any 
willingness to reach compromise 
agreements except on minor 
points. 

Western diplomats say that un- 
Jess there is a radical change in 
the direction of the conference it 
oy break up in failure fairly 

mn. 


French Assembly 
Passes Drastic 
Anti-Strike Law 


Paris, Dec. 6 (AP).—After a 
tumultuous, 21-hour session, the 
Upper Chamber of the French 
Legislature today approved Pre- 
mier Robert Schuman’s new dras- 
tie antl-strike, anti-sabotage law 
217 to 82. 

The bill, which heavily in- 
creases the punishments for sabo- 
tage and sets up penalties for per- 
sons Inciting strikes or keeping 
them going, was approved by the 
National Assembly, the lower 
Chamber, Thursday. - 

It now goes to President Vin- 
cent Auriol for signature and is 
expected to become effective to- 
day or tomorrow. The measure 
was demanded by the Schuman 
cabinet to guarantee non-strikers 
the right to work without inter- 
ference, to suppress sabotage and 
to allow the state to use force in 
accomplishing these purposes. 

Agence France-Presse quoted 
Schuman as saying that Auriol 
had.already refused a demand by 
the Communlst-led General Con- 
federation of Labor (C.G.T.) that 
the bill be sent back to the As- 
sembly for revision.- 


Listen to ‘Fight; 
Two. Drop Dead 


Schenectady, N.Y., Dee. 6 — 
(AP)— Two «Schenectady men 
dropped, dead last night while 
listening in separate taverns to 
broadcasts of the heavyweight 
championship fight. They were 
John Firello, 56, and Andrew J. 
Adams, 6. Both suffercd heart 
attacks. . 


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IN BADGLEY CASE 


Father Sure ‘Jean 





ya |Did Not Kill Self.” 


Frankford, Ont, Dec. 6 — (CP) 
— Police investigators were ‘said 
today to have discarded the the- 
ory of suicide in the death of 
Marion Jean Badgley, 25-year-old 
blonde whose body was found in 
the woodshed of her parents’ 
home last Sunday with a -22 cali- 
bre e nearby and a bullet 
wound in the head: 

Inspector Wilford Franks of the 
i Ontario Provincial Police Crimi- 
nal Investigation Buresu arrived 
here to investigate and now has 
returned to Toronto. He is ex- 
pected to confer with officials of 
the Attorney-General’s Depart- 
ment. 7 

The girl's father, Hugh Badg- 
ley, sald yesterday that he was 
sure the girl died while “defend- 
ing herself against a brutal at- 
tacker.” The father added: “I am 
sure that Jean djd not kill her- 
self. She was always cheerful and 
enjoyed living too much to think 
of that.” 

Inspector Franks sald nothing 
about his investigations before he 
turned to Toronto. It was re- 
ported however that a number of 
angles had cropped up to sug- 
gest the girl's death either was 
murder or a pecullar accident 
= the gun, owned by her fa- 

er. ‘ 


Last of Russian 
Espionage Trials 
To End Today 


= ‘Montféal, Dec. 6 == (CP)—The 
last of the prosecutions arising 
from the Royal Commission in- 
quiry into Russlan esplonage ac- 
tivities In Canada two years ago 
will probably end today with a 
verdict in the conspiracy trial of 
Dr. Raymond Boyer. 

Hearing of evidence concluded 
Friday and both the Crown and 
defence counsels will address the 
French-speaking jury today, fol- 
lowed by Mr. Justice Wilfrid 
Lazure who will sum up the evi- 
dence heard during the past two 
weeks, 

This will mark the end of the 
third trial for Dr. Boyer. One 
ended with a disagreement among 
the jurymen while the other was 
halted by the sickness of a juror. 

The accused, a wartime explos- 
ives research expert and a form- 
er professor at McGill University, 
is charged with having conspired 
to violate the official Secrets Act 
giving Fred Rose, former Labor 
Progressive Member of Parlia- 
ment, information about a new 
process developed in Canada for 
manufacture of the super-explos- 
ive known as RDX. 

Rose is row serving a six-year 
penitentiary term for conspir- 


acy. 

Dr. James Ross of McGill Un- 
iversity, wartime director of che- 
mical and explosives develop- 
ment research, appeared for the 
defence yesterday. 

He testified that the Germans 
had RDX during the war. _ Crosa- 
examined by the Crown about a 
book published in 1943, introduc- 
ed by the defence as evidence and 
which mentioned some ingredi- 
ents of the super-explosive. Dr. 
Ross said that he did not think 
anyone could make RDX with in- 
formation contained In the book. 








Quebec, Dec. 6 (CP).—It isn’t 
truc at all—the Diocesan Morality 
Committee of Quebec has not de- 
clared war against Santa Claus. 
It was misquoted. ; 

The elusive Quebec body, that 
Thursday startled the continent by 
referring to Santa Claus as a neo- 
Pagan custom, in the second com- 
mu e within two days last 
night Bald that the content of the 
first press release was misinter- 


preted. 

Beyond that it didn't elaborate 
on the point. But it did reveal a 
Httle more™information about it- 


self. ae 

Last night’s communique—also 
sent by mail—said the committee 
was founded In April 1946 and is 
@ group of laymen studying var- 
fous moral and social problems, 

“Periodically, it issues commun- 
‘iques to newspapers which dis- 
\ 


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Elusive Quebec Group Is Still 
At Peace With Santa-Just Misquoted 





Violent Deaths 
In Montreal 





One Shot While 


ontreal, Dec, 6 (CP) 
cycle of violent deaths 
treal. reached a new 


killed in separate slayings. 

These were the fourth and fifth 
violent ‘deaths in the metropolis 
in 11 days. Police said that both 
were caused py “family argu- 
ments.” _ 

Dead are Mrs. Martha Sparling 
28, mother of two children, and 
Mrs. Marie Jeanne 


— The 
in Mon- 


40, brother-in- 
law .of Mrs. Sparling, who was 
taken to hospital with shotgun 
wounds in the chest after he al- 
legedly fired the shots that kill- 
ed her was reported in serious 
condition, = 
Police said that Sparling shot. 
himself after calling a relative 
that “I have shot my sister-in- 
law.” 
“In the second case, Atkinson 
May, 57 was arrested by police 
after he allegedly beat-his wife 
to death while in an intoxicated 
condition. Some 200 empty wine 
bottles were strewn about their 


Finishing Wedding Gown 


Mrs. Sparling 2 dressmaker 
was shot In her east-end Rose- 
mount home while she was put- 
ting the finishing touches to a 
wedding dress which was to be 
used at a marriage today. The. 
unidentified. bride-to-be» arrived 
on the scene shortly after the 
shooting. —_.—. 

Mra, Sparling’s husband Jos- 
eph was away and she was alone 
{n the house with her brother- 
in-law and her two children, age 
five and seven. The children 
were asleep when the shooting 
occurred. 


The motive was not known, 


two years. He apparen' was 
not on good terms with his bro- 
ther, police said. 

J, L. McEvoy, a brother-in-law 
of Mrs. Sparling, told police that 
he received a telephone call 
from John Sparling who said “I 
have just shot my sister-in-law.” 

He said he rushed to the Spar- 
Ung’s home and found John 
Sparling leaning over a shot- 
gun and asked him “where is 
Martha?” 


Shot Heard 


“She ‘is in the back room,” 
Sparling replied. 

As he ran towards that room, 
McEvoy heard a shot, Looking 
back, he saw Sparling lying. on 
the floor with the gun in 
hand, 

In the back room, he found Mrs, 
Sparling dead, tying in a large 
pool of blood with her chest torn 
apart by shotgun pellets fired 
from a 12-guage shotgun at close 
range. 

In the other case, the badly 
bruised and battered body of 
Mrs. May was first found lying 
on the floor of the | m of 
her Montreal south cottage of 
Dr. J. Marcil who ca to in- 
vestigate after al: nelgh- 
bors had told him a “fight” had 
been going on there for “two or 
three” days. 

The furnishings in the house 
were In a state of disorder and 
about .200 wine bottles were 
strewn about the rooms and the 
house was freezing cold. 

When May was arrested police 
4 that he was “too drunk .to 
talk.” a 
The coroner's Inquest in both 
deaths will be held today ‘or 
Monday. 


pose’ of them at their discretion. 
When they contend the 
D.M.C. has started a war against 
Santa Claus, they over-reach by 
far the intent of the last com- 
munique.” 

Like the first message, it bore 
only the initials of the committee 


name. 

After Thursday’s communique, 
members of the committee suc- 
cessfully resisted all efforts to be 
drawn out in the open. 

Reporters who first tried. to 
track down members of the mys- 





against a stone wall. They might 
just as well have been looking for 
Old Santa himself. 

The committee in thelr original 
release annual Christ- 
mastime fuss over Santa one of a 


number of neo-pagan- customs|- 


which had appe: in Quebec 
City in the last few years. 


Completing Wedding Dress | 










at Work 


Dissolved, Union 
Man Restrained 


Parns May, 65} Toronto, Dec.’ 6.—Mr. Justice’ 


Keiller Mackay yesterday dis- 
solved the week-old Ontario Su- 
preme Court injunction restrain- . 
ing. organizers of the striking 
United Electrical Workers Union 
(CIO) from denying company of- 
ficials and maintenance crews ac- 
cess to the Corbin Lock Company 


strike at the plant since the al- 
nen of 19 employees on 


Mr. Justice Mackay said the in- 
junction would ‘remain in an 
amended form against Ross Rus- 
sell, union organizer. He {s en- 
joined from making any “threat- 
ening attitudes” or “acts of 
threats” against the Corbin Lock 
Company management so as to 
interfere with access to the plant. 

injunction is,-in 





“scabs” and said the police would 
have to stand by if they did enter, 
said the affidavit. 

“This clearly is a veiled threat,” 
commented. Mr. Justice ’e 
“I don't think it is in the interests 
Save fo ieeana Dotiery, of pollen 607 

ve eep a battery to « 
maintain access to his property. 
Although I came here today after | 
reading the law with the intention 
of dissolving this injun now 
I hear of the threat of man 


his| Russell. I am motivated solely by 


this threat.” 








e}, Dundas Sunday. 
auspices Belleville Christian 

‘Bs Ci ttee, All men cor- 
dially welcome. . ws 


at 7.30 
p.m. and Sund at 4 p.m. at the 
Satvation Army citadel. Everybody | 
out, : De; 


MO! 
ge Home and School Aszsocia- } 
tion on Monday evening, Dec. Sth. } 
Interesting Christmas 
lowed by social hour. 


QUINTE SKATING CLUS TICKETS 3 


170, Nz903.6 || 


subject of an address to | 
¥ Arthur G. Slaght. ° 


a erdays Dec. 
Limi number 
obtained 


Chamber 
merce, phone 621, or Junior Cham- 
bers. 


ber mem 


Club, Monday Dec, 8th. Ann 

lub, ¢ 

School Auditorium, 8.15, Mrs. Iso- 
bel Wilson,-Secre*ary Canadian As- 
sociation Adult E™:cation will 
on “Education for Dem ‘ 
Ticketa for season (5 lectures) one 
dollar. D6-2t . 


& 18 
‘Women's Ctub, 
YMCA, 














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bers. Saturday 


Bee ; 
c¥ MEETING OF THE KING | ” 


program 1 § 


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Father’ on the Farm: - : 


+ ‘He WasHis 


By KENNETH C. CRAGG 
Father knew enough to come 
all 

“season and 


fall, a dozen 
would. walk in 


ning 
straw hat leaked. 


Mother had no patience with 
such dallying with the weather 


and didn’t hesitate to say so. 
+more sense waiting out till 


bureau drawer. 


Father’s unvarying excuse was. 
“] didn’t think it would amount to 
much,” and he would look sort of 
aggrieved, as if the weather had 

on him when he was 
over with his back turned, 

e meantime his smock would 
steaming behind the stove and 
Sone of a moist blend of horse 


In 

be 
cow. 

His Own Forecaster * 


The remarkable thing was that 
~ father, as his own weather fore- 
caster—within a twenty-four-hour 


limit, was not only good. 


ly perfect. Unlike some of 


he'd say. 


Nor, with some reason, did he 
have much confidence in the offi- 
cial forecaster of the day. For no 
matter what the forecaster secmed 
to be predicting somewhere else, 
the weather seldom knew what it 
‘was supposed to be doing on fath- 


er’s farm. 
* His 


plan his 
tainly, like men 
chu 


—_— of stepping off briskly 


OwnWeath 


would think you'd este 
- pois,” mother would say as she 
To pag ark poling 





, but near- 
nis 
neighbors, he put no faith in the 
almanac. “No city fellow is going 
to tell me a year ahead what the 
weather is going to be tomorrow,” 


system © was a somewhat 
loose one that came partly from 
what an Indian told him, while 
Beene ie trom the way the bess 
and ly way the 
and peat thing each morning 
father would look at the hens, 
give a long look at the sky and 


day. 
the hens stood around uncer- 
grouped by the 
rch door before the service, in- 
about 
ir business, it was a sign of 





“It might have been me,” said 


In father with white face. But he'd in 
got wet again several time before 


the Twelfth of July. 


the | His excuses in time, kind of 

on Into the; wore on mother, lke Uncle 
times—at least, he 
to the kitchen, his 
clothes sodden and water run- 
down his face, where his 


Pete’s insistence on drying his 
socks on the oven door. Uncle 


Pete didn't live with father and 
mother all the time, but used 
to stay for spells. Father claimed 
Uncle Pete was a little touched 
and that it ran in the famlly. 

He never suggested the latter 
except in private, and with the 
pdmonition. “You'd better not tell 
your moter because Uncl 
who real wasn't anybody’s 
uncle, was a djstant relative of 
mother 

She used to explain it with a 
Bittle’ laugh when she couldn't 
ignore the relationship, slight as 
it was, that her grandfather and a 
great uncle of Pete’s had one time 
traded roosters In the backyard. 

Even this family connection had 
no mollifying effect on her when 
Uncle Pete put his socks:on the 
hot oven door. As is widely known 
socks that have spent a whole day 
in rubber boots with tightly laced 
leather tops have lost some 
their freshness, a fact not un- 
noticed by mother when 
were warmed up by oven heat. 

Each time a clatter of angry 
words would beat about Uncle 
Pete’s head and, unless he was 
fast, mother would have the 
woodshed door open and the socks 
would go flying out to land usual- 
ly where snow sifted,’on a west 
wind, through a crack in the 
siding. 

Mother was not a~ squeamish 
woman but she never put a hand 
to Uncle Pete's socks, except to 
wash them. She always made a2 
point of lifting them from the 
oven door with a mop handle. 
Defied the Weather > 


Father was not stubborn about 
the weather so much as defiant. 
Probably he never quile unaer- 
stood why he stayed out until 
he was thoroughly wet, or his face 
and hands half frozen, All of his 
work, his plans, practically his 
whole life depended on the 
weather and as he grew older 


rain. If, by after breakfast, they became less tolerant of. its 
in the im- | vagaries. 
* plement shed, it was a a that} If it were the kind of day that 


‘A Welting Every Spring 


At least one good wetting could 


mother would say, “No person in 
his right senses would go out,” 
whether it be ralning in summer 
or storming in winter, there was 
no guarantee that father wouldn't 


pick up and_jeke a load of grain | Wham! 


to be ground at the mill. 


Got y¥ 
He would think nothing of going |thing! 
g jto the woods to cut either timber 


or firewood in a blizzard so thick 
that often the barn could not be 
seen from the house. The horses, 
foplish as they might ordinarily 
be, would try to rebel, but would 
be urged forward while the peo- 

beneath 


le Pete |pu 


be 3 to father 1 piece Se Siig auweres 
the. spring, because he always | He wouldn't listen to protests. 
wanted to go “just an i 


It will be all right when we get 
in the bush,” he would say. By the 
time the horses reached the fence 


other round’ 
th the drill But im the fall it 
was no t—"“just another 


differen’ 
roifd’ with the plow. He ws |2a5 and plunged into the deep and 
nearly once—but it didn't 00.0 mew in the woods, father’s 
eee gating wile ing [So Seas, eee Teena 

ie always wore mi 

round with the disc. long and the driving snow would 
bulld up Uttle drifts in the halr 
and the heat of his breath would 
melt them to form little icicles. 


Cut Wood In Blizzard 


But he knew what he was talk- 
ing abobt. If it wasn't all right 
in the bush it was next thing to It, 
with hardly a breath of wind 


4 


up in the tops of the trees there 


The snow, which was rushing by 
outfide, stinging as it went. would 
sift down like gentle mist and, 
‘or working, it was as warm anc 
comfortable ds if the sun were 
shining. 

On such a day, father cut down 
u beech and in the hollow near 





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The printing was plain with lsts 
of names and the story of the 
finding subsequently appeared in 
the Southeast Corner, a feature of 
The Globe in the early 1920's. 
In his defiance of the weather, 
father was usually mild and un- 
ruffled, if, as mother claimed, a 
bit stubborn. But his calm was 
badly shaken the day of the big 
storm, when a number of barns 
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down close to the ground, while |ywrs kK. 
was a ‘great grinding and clashing. | w, 


tuaries were printed in The Globe. | @ 


er Forecaster’ 


to 
thelr foundations and the empty 
mows let the air in to build up 
with explosive pressure.” © 
father couldn't miss the storm sig- 
nals. He was urging the horses in 
the stable when the first 
of the trees in the’ woods, 
to steady bull-voiced roaring like 
a cataract in flood gave a final 
warning of the wind. ‘ 


Cheating a Storm 
He didn’t wait to tie the bo: 
m 


jerking, so that thi 

sibly get loose and let the wind in. 
As it was, there was a lightness 

to the barn that could be felt. Dust 

and chaff floated from the floor 

and the noise of the wind was 

accentuated by the wracking and 


groaning of the barn timbers. 
The moment was when 
father ed up and saw a per 


post dancing up and down out of 
its seat on one of the main beams. 
On ‘his barn the post went up at 


of jan angle to the plate which bore 


the weight of the rafters, midway 
between the eaves and the peak. 
It should have been anchored to 
the beam with wooden pins, but 
whether the pins had been drawn 
or broken there was no time to 
enquire. 

Father yelled for six-inch 
spikes and the big hammer. By 
luck, he found almost at once the 
right length of 2 piece of inch 
and a half rock elm, started some 
spikes in it and climbed the lad- 
der to the beam. 

The whole barn was shaking 
and the post was churning up and 
down. First, he spiked the board 
to the post, catching the spikes on 
lthe fly, at it were. (Father wasn't 
a swearing man but the occasion 
called for something more chal- 
lenging than his meagre store of 
expressive words, and, in his way. 
he rose to the occasion.) He 
to spike the board to the barn be- 
tween gusts when the post was 
down in its footing. The trouble 
was there were more gusts than 


st and 
wham would go father’s er. 
iFinally, a spike held until he got 
a second crack at it and then an- 
and from high up on the 
came a rhythmic sort of 
cadence. 

“Wham! Gol glammit! ‘Wham! 

Dal help you! Wham. 

ou! Wham, wham! Cla: 
pert Coline bed been 
so on till 5p n 
socked in the head. 

Father beat the weather that 
time. 


(Another instalment next Sat~ 
urday). 


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Albury 


Albury—Mr. and Mrs, Earl On- 
derdonk sent a couple of days in 
Toronto attending the Royal Win- 
ter Fair. 

The hunters returned from the 
north on Thursday night with 
plenty of deer. 

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Black, Tren- | 
ton; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Blakely 
and Billy spent Sunday with Mr. | 
and Mrs. Hugh Weese. 

Rev. H. H. Hillis spent the din- | 
ner hour on Sunday with Mr, and 
Weese and the supper 
hour with Mr. and Mrs. Allan 


eese, 
Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Allan 
spent the dinner hour on Mon-/ 
day with Mr, and Mrs, Hugh 
Weese. 

Mr. and Mrs. Beuford Peck 
accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Mac 
Wallbridge to Flint, Mich., for 
a week, 

Miss Benway and Miss Clark 
attended a supper meeting of the 
teachers at Consecon, on Tues- 


jay. 

Congratulations to Mr. and 
Wayne Peck on the arrival of a 
baby girl, Tuesday Dec. 2nd. 

The December meeting of the 
Albury Ladies Aid was held at 
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BIRD'S ENEMIES 


Sometimes we wonder that the 
number of birds in our locality 
does not increase, remembering 
how many young each pair 
brought up in previous seasons. 
But if all eggs hatched and all 
families supervised there would 
soon be lack of food for such an 
enormous bird: population, and 
eventually no place for man or 
any other animal, Nature has ar- 
ranged matters tor the best. 

The elements are responsible 
for much bird hevectrng Fierce 
spring gales frequently blow mi- 
grants off their regular flyways 


|were touched off Thursday with 


sometimes away from food sup-, 


plies, at other times over un- 
friendly waters wheré they are 


lin }forced down into the waves. Hall 


storms at the nesting period of- 
ten wipe out whole families; dry 
seasons bring devastation., Our 
non-migrants suffer most, and 
are apt to. perish, when sleet 
storms freeze thelr feet and make 
both their perches and their food 
inaccessible because of coatings 
of ice, 

Some animals prey on birds 
and eat their eggs. Chipmunks 
weasels, and foxes are among the 
marauders, but, according to sta- 
tistics, the domestic cat ls by far 
the worst offender, Birds of prey, 
Crows and Blue Jays are to 
blame for the disappearance of 
smal! song birds. 

Man, however, takes the heav- 
fest toll, though “it_must be ad- 
mitted that he generaliy~does it 
only inadvertently. Countless 
birds are killed annually by flying 
against lighthouses on their trips 
north or south. Forest fires burn 


the trees and char the ground! 


had | 3° that no bird life exists in the 


blackened area for years to come. 
The clearing land deprives birds 
of their nesting site: draining 
it means a loss of homes and food 
stores, The farmer's cattle tramp 
down the Meadowlark’s grassy 
flelds; the city bullder removes 
the Cliff Swallow's sandbank 
and the Blackburnian Warbler’s 
coniferous trees, 

The number of birds man now 
kills intentionally is, In compari- 
son, negligible. Primitive peoples 
used to destroy for the sake of 


tty | the feathers, which they wanted 


for ornamentation, and it Is yet 
considered legitimate for Indians 
Esquimaux, and trappers in the 
far north to kill birds for food. 
Not so long ago, when fashion 
demanded feathers, birds were 
sacrificed, but since the Migra- 
tory Bird Convention Act the 
rules of the game must be adher- 
ed to North America. The real 
sportsman is learning, though 
slowly, to take only what the 
law allows. Today there is more 
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aps 35,000 years. 








that these “were among the first tribesmen 
. to cross the Bering Strait from eastern Asia 
|tosthe) mainland of North America,” The 
antiquity of these peoples is emphasized by 
the fact that these migrations’ took 
before the ast m&in advance of ice sheets 
. {down into what is now the United States. 

These discoveries are the reward of 17 
years’ search for rellable evidence of pre- 
historic animals associated with the earl- 
jest peoples‘on this. éarth. They include 
fossilized remains of a marsupial, saber- 
tooth tiger. ,Altogether now more 30 
important sites of prehistoric tribesmen 
have been found. . 

Archaeological explorations in the old 

world have divulged much concerning the 
trek of the human rave from its cradle in 
Biblical lands. The increasing number -of 
significant discoveries in the new world add 
to the hope that the path may he traced 
ickward through Asia. 
They remind us also that the great 
mariners of the age of Columbus wére tens 
of centuries behind these obscure Asiatics 
but, as their travels were unknown, the 
mind of Europe was inflamed with new am- 
bition on the “discovery” of America. 

Suppose that the spirit of exploration 
which suddeniy came into being in Europe 
had risen instead on the other side of the 
world? The Bering Strait might have be- 
come the gateway to American coloniza- 
tion. — Cleveland Plain Dealer. 























































. New Traffic Lights 


- Motorists and pedestrians who use the 

lower ‘bridge have long realized the neces- 

_ ‘sity for traffic lights at the intersection of 
Coleman and Bridge’Streets. That need 
has now been met by the installation of 
lamps. which will direct the traffic through 
this entrance to the business section 
-- downtown.” 

“The intersection in question is ong of the, 
most importance as it is on the Provincial, 
Highway system, is close to Front Street 
and runs into the very active business sec- 
tion of Front and Bridge Streets. Every- 
one has seen the immense volume of traffic 
from outside the city and from ‘the’city 

* which is funnelled through this part of the 
* city road system. 

Without lights there was possibility of 
traffic being held up as drivers were un- 
able to get into the line of traffic. This has 
been changed with the Coleman Street 
traffic having opportunity to feed into the 
ic peenione east, south and north Horse: Auctions 

Motorists appreciate the installation and| People have been telling us for years that 
so do pedestrians, who have had difficulty automobiles and other mechanical contri- 
in time of-heavy traffic of being able, to | vances meant that horses would soon be- 


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al: cross the two streets. come a thing of the past. Well, that state 
Pa Citizens and outsiders who have noted | Of affairs is a long time arriving. 
bs the growth of Belleville since before the} None will suggest that Detroit, the larg- 


est automotive centre in the world, is a 
horse-and-buggy metropptis/ So it may 
amaze some to learn thatAuntil recently, a 
horse market existed in Detroit. It ceased 
operations only when its premises were 
taken over for street purposes. Even at 
that, it is merely moving out to the 
country, 


recent war have not failed to notice the 
; very heavy traffic which passes into the city 
7. enbough from east and west along the 
Bridge Street bridge. No one has any 
doubt of the developments Which are before 
their eyes and the long lines. of motercars 
which enter the traffic proceeding east and 
west and north and east are signs of the 
= hae cae of Belleville in si ani 


ee 


per capita in Detroit than in any other city 
in the world. Yet, withal, there has been 
a sale for horses. 

Even automotive-minded Detroiters may 


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i. 1Great...Care Required 


{ Swnacs was one of the days motorists dis-; miss the horse market. Time was when 
} like, with snow blown. against the wind- levery city and town” }featured its equine 
} shield and a slippery condition of the roads |auctions, There was an atmosphere — as 
{_making uneasy treading for the driver. It] Well as an aroma — about roveay that does 
was typical of the first real storms of winter |0t exist in the classiest motor sales room. 
‘-in-the.element of moisture associated with —Windsor Star. 
oh the snow, « these g for hwuzardous 
fer g. All the elements . of risky oe 
during the course of the day, in 
redacethaisibility hy_reason of the darkness 
gathering more, early than usual as the 
year rushes to the-shortest t day, little over 
two weeks away. oe 
Motorists have had a long seasol as con- 
ditions-since autumn set in have not been 
“as hazardous as usual, owing to the fact 








Those Tooth Picks 


A Wisconsin surgeon reports that he has’ 
fished tooth picks out of the stomachs of 
22 patients. Pedple with false teeth, espcc- 
jally, have difficulty with these things | 
which,are stuck into cocktail olives and 
fancy sandwiches, 

In some ways, the olden days were better. 


ote SRE erate 
Geereneng emngnae 


fes¥ 














& ’ that snow and sleet and cold weather have | who ever heard of an . 

i yone swallcwing one 
ES + not been as prominent as usual. For this ' of those big goose quill tooth picks? They 
» {they are pleased. Henceforth more atten-| were durable and did not break off between 
| Hon will have to be given to snow and what | your teeth, or get stuck in your gullet.— 
| { it means to the car which can-so ees be |Wwindsor Star. 

» .| stalled and which finds it so easy to slip 

- | and slide. The deeper time enters into 

{ ; winter the greater will be the hazard from “Umbrella” Honesty 

— ; ‘getting stuck in snowdrifts. But against 

/ | ‘this may be set the greater attention which lay voi ee oe te ce 
© | is given today to the maintenance of clear- ; ¥ pe o 
Bt “a Yoadwave in the elty limits and th ; might walk in, ask for one, and leave a/ 
Be ‘ays In tne city andjon the | name and address — how many umbrellas 
* ‘ highways. In recent winters the city| youd you have left after six months? 

RS streets have been ‘of great advantage to “A woman's apparel shop in Cincinnati 
es the motorist and incidentally to the pedes- has been doing just such lending ever since 
ca trian who finds that cleared roads are ap- | jact February as part of the store service— 
c. peelated Sed the walking ‘citizen and} and offers an interesting answer. After six 
ese MO pros months of this trusting service, a census 
8 . a a a” of the umbrella stock shows: umbrellas on 
a Collection of 75,000 Birds ae = Fisted possi-r pig Pati ee by 
re Carefully stored in cabinets of an origi- laattes Way.” SRPRets TORN 
3 nal design, catalogued with equal care and goes sy 

fe ‘precision, there are more than 75.000 bird) ainough homes are still scarce, it is still 
> skins preserved at the Royal Ontario / advisable to marry a good homemaker 
ee Museum. It is the most complege and inost |) tes St. Thomas Times-Journal. 
N widely used collection in Canada. Accumu- 


Slated through the years from donated pri- 
“vate collections, from the endless parade 
of ‘specimens secured by field surveys, and 

* by exchange sith other museums, ihe col- 

“ection is in cHarge of Mr. L. L. Snyder, the 

-~Muscum’s Curator of Birds. It has been the 
bacsground, together with extensive field 
work, for many of the staff publications in 
the realm of ornithology; and is in von- 
stant use for reference by students of th-! 
same science. It was in recognition of Mr. | 
Snyder's scientific work and supervision in|. 
the buliding up of this collection, and of 
his writings and research in ornithclogy, 
thet he was elected a Féllow of the Ameri- 
can reese Union mn Feeentys 





JUST FOLKS 
‘By EDGAR A, GUEST 
(Copyright, 1947, Edgar A. Guest) 


SNOW 


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Old folks grumble at the snow, 
But the children love it so . 

Gray heads sadly look upon it. 
Youngsters joy in rolling on it. 


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.Men who shovel it away 

Better Icve the:month of May. 

Red of cheek, the children show men 
That it's fun to fashion snow men. 









Old folks dread the coming storm, 
Sigh and wish for weather warm. 
Children with their faces glowing 
Shout with rapture: “It is snowing!” 


o Avchasolosy in Nebraska 


F A new interest in archaeological investi- 

* gation on this continent is aroused by the 
findings’of -the University of Nebraska 
! State Museum in excavations being carried 
‘out in the southwestern part of the state. 
Threé.camp sites of seminomadic hunters 
have been aj ncoyeree which go back pe 


Let the grownups fear the cold. 
Who'd run life to please the old? 
Tis a blessing God’s bestowing 
On the children when it's snowing. 


. 


~ 


Dr. C. Bertrand ‘Bchiltz, director, reports |. 


Probably there are more motor : 





































“We mich as well tae a vacstion faves’ new’ anill Miter Christmas,” 





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LOOKING BACKWARDS 


GLEANINGS FROM OUR FYLES OF BY-GONE YEARS. 





20 YEARS AGO 
Dec, 6th., 1927 


Alderman Morley P. Duff 
was elected mayor of this city 
yesterday for the year 1928 by 
a majority of 54 votes over ex. 
Ald, Harry Greenleaf and 491 
votes over ex, Ald R, P. White. 
It was the closest mayoralty 
contest for many years. Follow- 
ing is the*vote: Duff 1180; 
Greenleaf 1126; White 689. The 
following aldermen were elec- 
ted: Payne 1,698; Collins 1,482; 
Wotten 1398; Reid 1,349; 
French, 1,311; Hyde 1,286; Tice 
1,174; Walker 1,086; Cherry 
1,040; Rollins 1,036: Woodley 
979; Donahue 965. The defeated 
candidates for aldermen were 
Duckworth 744; Harrison 690; 
Geo, E, Ketcheson 683; Brown- 
son 621; J.W. Day 471; Luffman 
463, There was only one con- 
test for school trustce and Al- 
lan R. Schryver defeated Geo. 
M. James by 8 majority 
of 87 votes. The vote was 
Schryver 375 and James 288, 


30 YEARS AGO 


Dee. 6th., 1917 

The explosion of a munition 
ship in Hallfax harbor follow- 
ing a collision today caused 
great damage and loss of life; 
the rallway station collapsed 
and many persons were killed; 
fire broke out and many buil- 
{ dings were destroyed. 

The annual meeting of the 
Belleville Branch of the Cana- 
dian Bible Society was held at 
the Tabernacle Church. The 
chair was occupled by the 
ate the Rev. A, M, Hub- 

zad with him on the plat- 
es were the following: Rev. 

C. Moore, Rev. J. Ramscy, 
Pev. A. L, Geen, Rev. Dr. 
Slagrave, Rev. Dr. Scott, Rev. 
C. G. Smith, Rev, A. S, Kerr, 
C. M. Reid, and J. E. Walmsley 
The treasurer the Rev. A. L. 
Geen, reported that the sum of 
$328.04 was collected during the 
year. The following officers 
were clected; President Rev. A. 
M. Hubly; First Vice President, 
W. B. Deacon; Second Vice 
President, John Elliott; Secre- 
tary J. E. Walmsley; Treasurer 
Rey. A. L. Geen. Representa- 
tives {rom elty churches; Bridge 
Street Church, C. M. Reld; Bap- 
tist Church, C, A. Hart; St. 
Thomas’ Church, H. Thompson; 
John Street Church, D. V. Sin- 





clair; St, Andrew's Church, 
Willlam grote Tabernacle, 
3. T. Christ Church, E, 
Holloway Street 
Church A. E. Balley; Emman- 
uel, Church, E. T. Thompson; 
Bethel Hall, E. McBride; Sal- 
vation Army, the officer in 
charge. 


40 YEARS AGO 


Dec. 6th., 1907 

Mr. Frank S. Solmes of this 
eity has returned home after 
spending some time in Cuba. 

Mr. Ryan Jones of Vancou- 
ver, B.C., is visiting relatives 
in the city. He resided here 22 
years ago. 

As usual, the city police found 
the entrance to a couple of 
stores unlocked last night. 
Some day the report will be 
more serious, 

The recent snow has entirely 
disappeared, 

The public library will be 
transferred to the new bullding 
this month, Until then no more 
books will be issued. 

The Rev, C. E. Emerson, pas- 
tor of Victoria Avenue Baptist 
Church for the past two years 
and three months, has resigned 
and will enter upon a business 
career in Brantford. Many 
friends regret his departure 
from Belleville, 


50 YEARS AGO 


Dec, 6th, 1897 

The St. George's Hotel on the 
east side of Front Street, a 
short distance north of Bridge 
Street, has been put in first 
class condition and was opened 
today with Mr. A, C. Mott, 
formerly of Hotel Quinte, as 
proprietor. We predict success 
for Mr, Mott in his new under- 
taking. 

Mr. S. E. McCartney of this 
city Is spending a few days in 
Toronto. 

Mr, Jasper Nelson an old 
Belleville boy, who has been 
home on a visit, left today for 
his home in Detroit Mich. 

Mr. Harrison Ross of Thur- 
Jow township, will leave to- 


morrow for Mentona, Calif. 
where he will spend three 
months with Mr, and = Mrs. 


Louls Benmore, formerly of 
this city. 

Mr. James Hall has sold his 
butcher business on Bridge St. 
and will leave shortly with his 
wife for England. 





YOU'D BE SURPRISED 


- 


————— By GEORGE W. STIMPSON 


“INFORMATION ROUNDUP 


How heavy was the largest 
silver nugget ever found? 

Under natural conditions silver, 
unlike gold, seldom occurs in 
nugget form. That is why we do 
not hear of “placer silver mines” 
and of prospectors “panning” for 
silver. 
This metal is gencrally found 
in ores in combination with other 
meta!s and often it is a. by-pro- 
duct of gold, copper and Jead 
mining operations. In fact there 
are very few “silver mines” in 
the world. 
The largest mass of tompara- 
tively pure silver ever discovered 
in a natural state is belleved to 
have been found by an Indian in 
Senora, Mexico, when that re- 
gion was still a Spanish posses- 
sion. The lump weighed 2,750. 


a dispGte over its ownership the 
entire mass was appropricted by 
the Spanish government, The 
largest lump of silver ever mined 
in the United States was taken 
from the Smuggler Mine, Aspen, 
Colorado, in 3 It weighed 
1,840 pounds. A lump welghing 
1,640 pounds was found In the 
Cobalt district in Canada. Other 
notable “silver nuggets’ have 
been reported from Peru, Nor- 
way and Honduras, weighing re- 
spectively 800, 500 and 200 
pounds. 

North America produces more 
silver than any other continent 
and the United States and Mexico 
are the leading silver-producing 
countries. Idaho leads all the 
States in silver production> and 
the Sunshine Mine several miles 
east of Kellogg" in that State is 
the largest sliver mine in the 
world, A silver mine in Mexico 

























pounds Troy weight. Because of 


years In the Sencte. 


—the Real del Monte — has been 
operated since the days of Monte- 
zuma and still produces 10 per 
cent of the world’s silver supply. 





Where is Lianfairpwllgywngyl- 
lgogerychwyrndrobwillllantysilio- 
gogogoch? 

This word of 58 letters and 19 
syllables is the name of a village 
and vacation resort on the island 
of Anglesey in northern Wales. 
The name {s generally written 
“Lianfairpwilgwyngyll” or “Lian- 
falr P.G.” for convenience, 
According to the Welsh alpha- 
bet the word contains only -51 
Ictters, because “ch” and “Il” are 





varies somewhat because in ccr- 
tain cases the samc letters are not 
always used to represent the same 
sounds. 






Sir John Morris Jones, a native 
of Anglesey and a professor of 
Welsh at Bangor University in 
Wales, said the ‘name means 
“Mary Church of the Pool of 
White Hazels Rather Near the 
Swift Whirlpool of the Church of 
the Tysilic of the Red Cave. « 
On March 4, 193, ky | 
James J. Davis, of Pennsylvani: 
a native of Wales, declared that 
ceremonies on St. David's Day 
were held In this native country 
“from  Lilanfalrpwligwyngyligo- 
gerychwyrndrobwiillantysiliogo- 
gogoch in the north to Pontllen- 
fraith in the south. Although 
Senator Davis pronounced the 58- 
Ietter word without hesitation or 
tongue-tripping, Theodore  F. 
Sbuey, veteran official reporter, 
sald the word was the most diffi- 
cult he had encountered in his 63 





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regarded as single letters. The 
English spelling of the : 













: Innocent, Another 
Trial for Third 


Windsor, Dec. 6 — ed mele 
two unfon colleagues acquitted of 
charges from the Chrysler 
Corporation strike of 1046, Harry 
Rooney, ess manager of Lo- 
cal 195, United Auto Workers 
(C. LO.) Friday looked forward 
to facing ‘a county, court jury for 
the third time on the same charge. 

Thursday, 2 12-man jury found 
George Burt, Canadian U. A. W. 
director, and Thomas MacLean, 
assistant director, innocent of 
conspiring to watch and beset the 
Chrysler plants during the 112- 
day strike of 4,000 workers in 
the summer of 1946. 

It was the second time all three 





\ @tructions, 
Two YARDS OF UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 


Since the heat has been turn-, snow, rain, dust, insects. 
ed on in our office I find Sen us- schoolrooms hers full sash os 
ual head (you know what) are|screens of this type are ustd - 
back. The heat seems to dry up/there is a pure fresh, whole- 
my nostrils and cause my head | some atmosphére and evidence 
to _be- blocked... (E.T.H.) of better health and better con- 

Please, Miss ‘“Blockhead, try | duct and study, besides a saving 
ronouncing this word: C-R-I./in fuel. The fuel saving is due 
‘ou may choose the pronuncia-|to the fact that an air —— 
tion kree. It means the samejture of, say, 68 degrees F, 
thing; a Common ames, In- perhaps 40 per cent relative ae 
fection, that’s all. The midity is more comfortable than 
pS pee 44 ane Pi ae ~ air temperature of 73 > 

e leading wo. . and only 30 cent relative i 
Se ee 

'-B or it and 

for tuberculosis. Originally, you oe —— 
should remember the term T-B| QUESTIONS & ANSWERS 
was used when a physician wish- Wloter 
to say that tubercle bacilli , were 
present without letting the pa- 
tlent know what he was talking | 07; 
about. So it-ts-improper to say 
T-B if you mean tuberculosis: 
the correct abbreviation for tu- 
berculosis is tbe— actually it 
stands for tubercle, which Is the 
characteristic lesion of the di- 
sease,! 

Of course healing the winter 
alr invariably dries it out, no 
majfter what type or form of 
heat may be used. 

There are two fairly ures 
precautions you may take 
protect the lining of your po 
atory tract and your skin from 
the damage these delicate mem- 
branes suffer from wintering in 
the great indoor Sahara. First, 
cover thes radiator, register, o 
heater with a sultable open tank 
holding a few gallons of water 
in which dip many feopee or folds 
of wicking or obsorbent cloth 
like Turkish towelling hanging 
on a wire or wood rack over the 
water. The heated air passing 
over the wet wicking or towel- 
ing evaporat@s considerably de-!day (Mrs, L. D.) 

sirable moisture and makes the! Answer—Heaven knows what 
air of the room more comfort-/“nervous intestines” or “nervous 
able and more healthful to live | indigestion” may be. You may 
in, get some help from the ‘pam- 
Second. Raise a window and j phlet “Yankee Stomach” ed 
place in the eo aeeen | a screen | on written request (no clipping 
United States having their pockets|™ade of _unbleach muslin, | please) if you sdk stamped 
searched at the border by Can-| This admits light and desirable | self addressed en 

adian customs officials, of women! Moisture or moist air from the ae 147, go 7 John ¥. 
officials compelling women to un-/ Outside, yet excludes wind, Dille Co.) 

dress to prove non-possession of 
more dollars than the law says 
they should possess. 

Uf such reports are true, and not 
































































That Winter Cough 

My husband has the chronic 
morning cough you so well des- 
cribed “in an article last winter. 
He would not take anything for 
it then but Pass it is getting bad 
again and he is willing: 
(Mrs. CJ.D.) 

_Answer—Study the oaves 
on climate bronchial trouble, ca- 
tarrh and fool-proof cough me- 
dicine in the booklet Call it 
Cri, For the booklet send twenty- 
five cents and stamped self ad- 
dressed envelope. Ask«for it in 
writing, not with a clipping. 


it It Funny 
Does an alcohol rub down af- 
ter a bath before going to bed. 
do a tired person any good? A 
says No. B says Yes, What do 


























Last 

and a new trial was ordered. Yes- 
terday the jury again disagreed 
in the case of Rooney and a new 
trial was ordered for the next 
county court session..He was re- 
leased on $500 bail. 

‘ The charge against the threc 
was to the effect’that they were 
responsible for ordering ‘picket- 
ing at the Chrysler plants which 
went beyond the law in stopping 
persons from entering while the 
strike ‘went on. 

The jury was recalled once 
after it had retired and the judge 
read a petition from the prose- 
cutor drawing attention to the 
fact that Rooney had actually 
been seen on the picket lines, ac- 
cording to testimony. 

This is believed to have had a 
bearing on the verdict. There had 
been no direct testimony during 
the trial to indicate that either 
Burt or MacLean were ever near 
the picket lines. 


By What -Law 
These Searches? 


(Ottawa Journal Editorial) 
Come repeated reports of Can- 
adilan citizens travelling to the! P: 













































































down after a hard physical con- 
test helps an athlete but for or- 
dinary fatigue rest is best. 


Yankee Stomach 
I suffer from nervous intestines 
and sour stomach almost every 

























































NAMED FOR LIBERATOR WAR ON RATS 


Bolivia takes-]ts name from| Moose Jaw, Sask. — (CP) — 
Simon Bolivar, its liberator, and | Moose Jaw city council recently 
hero of South America's fight for | appropriated $2,600 for its cam- 
independence. paign to rid the city of rats. 


merely official moonshine put out 
as a deterrent, the government has 
a duty to explain by what right 
and under what authority such 
searches are made. 

The law-breaker, the man or 
woman who at this time seeks to 
take into the United States more 
Canadian dollars than 
say he or she should 
expect no sympathy, Pu 
should be theirs. 

But the number of these 
who have no instinct of seh oer 
must be few, and the total am- 
ount of the dollars they smuggle 
must be trifling in comparison 
with the total export it is aimed to; 
reduce. For 99 percent. of Cana- 
dians who travel to the Unite? 
States — and tens of thousands 
cross the border each week—are 
honest, decent people who get the 
funds they require from the prop- 
er channels and no more. That 
these shguld be subject to personal 


search, “with their women-folk 
compelled to disrobe to satisfy the 


























By R J. SCOTT 





people 














curiosity of prying officials,.would 
be vicious molestation—an intol- 
erable Invasion of a citizen's 
rights. 

Under our Canadian law there 
is such a thing as the search-war- 
rant. If the government should 
have reason for believing that cer- 
tain individuals are engaged in 
smuggling dollars across the bor- 
der, then the search-warrant can 
and should — be resorted to. But 
we know of no principle of law, 
certainly no theory of Jiberty, un- 


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der which the government may 
recruit an army of officials, sta- 
tion them on the border, and: in- 
struct them to selze the person of 
the citizen, to molest and search 
him without due legal processes. 


cag saieto ee| ~©WE GUARANTEE 
abuse as in the present case. | 
-GOOD SERVICE 
AT REASONABLE, COST 


This country, in recent years, | 
THAT \1S WHY “WE 


















has travelled a long way, some-/ 
times unconsciously, towards gov=| 
ernment by men instead of by 
laws. If in that journey we have 
reached the stage of what is prac- 
tically the police state, with of- 
ficlais holding power to interfere 
with the person of the citizen, 
then we had better know it. 













HAVE SO MANY SAT- 






USED CARS ISFIED CUSTOMERS. 
1946 DODGE Sedan 
1937 PLYMOUTH Sedan 
1939 TON ‘PANEL TRUCK. 

G.M.C. Ah 














We invite you to call and 
inspect our modern Service 
Shop, 
given for work on all mo- 






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1935 PLYMOUTH Coach 
1934 HUDSON Sedan 
1931 FORD Coupe F 
1930 FORD COACH 

1928 CHEVROLET=Sgdan 
1931 PONTIAC Sedan 


tor trucks, passenger cars 






or farm tractors. 









. 1T IS OUR PLEASURE 
TO SERVE YOU, 


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; | well St isn’t. They realize a chan, 
in the rhythm of the music but 
what they don't realize is that 
there is someone else on the floor! 
Oh well, what’s a couple of runs 
in the stockings or b: shins 
among friends? ; 
Of course the chatterers must} ; 
be mentioned, These specimens 
talk all the time (about nothing) 
to cover up thelr poor dancing. 
























COLLEGIATE 
NEWS 


Assembly last. Wednesday as | ver Sper rereger ade As Ltr 

under the direction of the Stud-/ents came into the assembly, 

ents’ Council, with Ronald God-|Dand played the march, “Here Siterboe (or that's what they call 

They Come” and as the students|it). The result is—you can draw 

den ‘acting as chairman. The pro-|}ined up'for period two, the band] your own conclusions, 

ed with a Scripture| played another march, “The Line-| Technically speaking, the fol- 
up". lowing class Is not one of dancers. 

of the second chapter of] After the movie, B. J. Houston| They might be ‘called "the “side~- 

St. Luke, after which the assembly | led us in a few carols, after which |.line Arthur M ". They give 

repeated the Lord's prayer and} we all hursied (7) to period two.| plenty Of free advice but never 

sang the National Anthem. In condlusion I bring you a what they preach. 

At this point, Bill Wesley, editor} Christmas exam poem: 


in chief of the Elevator, made an 
“twas the week before Christ- 


announcement about the prizes 
offered by the Elevator for liter- mas, 

And all through the schools, 
We students were moaning, 


ary contributions, There are p' 
*Cause we'd been such fools. 


there is a limit to everything. It 

would be much easier for all con- 

ed if the dancing was im- 
roved. 


PB 

. A floor has an area of 4x square 
feet. There are x ‘couples on the 
floor d: ing. One couple starts to 























































or money. 
Girls’ Sports 

Say now, our grades nine and 
ten are really showing thelr 
worth. On Monday, Dec. 1, Nap- 
ance Collegiate play: 
9, 10 and 11's as 
-Jabout last, week. B.C. grade 9 
won with a score of 35-4. There 


were three girls who did out- 
standing work: H. Weston, splk- 


for each of: senior story, senior 
essay, junior story, junior essay. 
Also, there are prizes for poetry 
and for a cover design. So turn in 
your*masterpieces and who knows 
~YOU may have the pleasure of 
seeing your name and work in 
print, and oh yes, there isthe 
small matter of five dollars. Good-bye ‘til '48. 
De tein) Bubop, who. told een he 
00-la- op, who 
us about the movie we were about | Cuff Notes by J.W.P. 
to see, entitled “Queen of the 
Future”. This is a picture about 
the life of Princess 
was greatly enjoyed by all. 
As the stage was being cleared/ umn, please don’t admit it. 
for the movie, the B.C. band} My topic of interest this week fs 
layed “White Christmas”, which) dancers—not the ballroom $ 
m positive made everyone feel! put just the pests that are present | £#me 
: at every dance. Rees 
‘ First, ete are fe dreamers. | Plays- 
This couple steps on the floor and : 
thereupon becomes oblivious to|£00d spirits thronged up to the 
everything and everyone. Just be-| cafeteria where they exchanged 
cause the tempo of the music jokes, latest fashions, etc., while 
changes, does that make any dif-| ating sandwiches and cake, top- 
ference? No! They. glide (7) along| Ping off with chocolate milk, 
Previous Games 


at the same gait all night and 
heaven help the poor couples who 
happen to get in their way! _“_j Dec. 1—G9A 19, H9A 11, referee 

Next come the whirlwinds.| M. Bongard; G10C 17, GIOA 11, 
These couples are generally made|referee M. Bongard; G10A_ 23, 
up of would-be rugby stars. They | C10B 20, referee Pat Moore; G10B 
pivot! Pivoting done well and at|by default over C10A; C10A 19, 
the right time Is fine, but pivoting] H10A 10; C9B 25, C9A 17, referee 
done to make room or clear a/R. Calbury; G@D 13, GSE 9, ref- 
space is in poor taste. Besides, it’s|eree R. Calbury; GXIC 23, HXIA 
hard on the constitution. 13, referee B. Roblin. 

The ostrich type is another bad| Dec. 4—G9D 24, GOB 7, referee 
one. These dancers tuck their|M. Miller; H10A 14, G10B 10, ref- 
heads on each others shoulders) erce D. Sills. ‘ 
and as a result their vision is—| Well folks, I guess that winds, 


Educational Notes 


ALL WORK AND NO PLAY ther conditions for outdoor rinks 
midget, junior, intermediate and 


MAKE JACK A DULL BOY 
senior inter-class hockey leagues 


(Contributed by Belleville Tea-} were successfully carried out. The 
chers’ Council) week was divided to allow three | 
We all agree that the physical |°*7% for hockey and two days for 
development of our children Is skating jee eg 4 Lae to ps 
as equally important as their/5.™. In adoltion every Cass 
mental progress. The fact that the school from, beginners to, 
dental and health clinics for |2¢mlOrs were givdn the opportun-| 
schools have been established inj Of, skating periods of mets 
most centres Indicates concern |W? during school hours. This 
over their physical welfare, ‘ being a by thelr res- 
There have been rumors of | Peruve tenors. : 
criticiams that the Belleville| _Inter-school games ware | 00. 
Public Schools are lacking in ranged at convenient times for 
their sports activities. This 1s senior teams, and one inter-city 
possibly due to the absence of [Same Was played in ag 
scheduled inter-scnool games. It nig eo gees Pear rent ies 
was found by past experience in|} ci0> royal leriaioed ata 
such programs that only a min-|Deing royally enteriaines & 
ority ‘group of athletic-minded banquet in the school after the 
game. 
pupils benefited, while the ma-}" In Spring and Fall baseball and 


soccer games are played. 


Have Limited Time 
The ideal situation would be 
to give all pupils equal oppor- At the present time the organ- 
tunity to participate in the ac- ization and carrying out of the 


Office tiviti id _|sports program is left to some 
Srancn 24914 Front St- ward 106: tie cariataly oa toe interested classroom teacher, 


BELLEVILLE, ONT. duty of the school to single whose only available time is 


8. &. Burrows, C.L.U., Brancb|out pupils with athletic ability |from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. There ts 
* ‘Manager. and train them to become future little oe feet tied ‘ on 

hockey or baseball stars. Yet|Pprovemen' n - 

: ee Pacunite, LU, Agency | we must not let the interest ot tem of physical education until 


Supervisor special teachers are designated 

REPRESENTATIVES: this minority group subside, = {0"Tsrry on the activities and 

Don G. Williams Belleville | Activities Outlined time so arranged to free them 

: ee from class-room duties to en- 

ss To counteract criticisms, let} able part of the program to be 

us summarize the activities of) carried out In regular class- 

one of our Belleville “ Publlc|;o0m periods. Some large cen- 

barton act ianatel: taut tres employ — ss 

burn year! whose only duties are the organ- 

ee Nadiad : BE be on all school grounds by the city ieation ard carrying on of the 

© Rie aCe OR CE Px ine patie and in spite of the unusual wea- physical education program, and 

> Dipyit fate ues oe all work is carried on in regular 
classroom periods. 

Under our present system many 
difficulties arise, A few of these 
might be mentioned. 

1, Proper maintenance of good 
Ice surface, Rinks should be 
flooded after 9 p.m. to provide 
the utmost use of the rink, Day- 
time flooding interferes with all 





We've studied ‘n’ crammed, 
And we hope that we've pass- 


ed, 
But praise be to Allah, 
Here's Christmas at last. 


































grade 11 lost out but not by too 
much. Their score was 38-34— 
going to Napanee. Betty 
made some pretty good 


























































the “old 
man’s” share 
of your earnings ? 








Scattered cross Canada 
cre mony elderly people 
who recelve regular monthly 
retirement cheques becouse, 
while young, they put port 
of their earings into Mutual 
life of Canada insurance. 


—_—— 


We invite you to coll 
end see our repre- 
sentative, or ‘phone him; 

. ond fet him tell you 
how you can arrange 
for a monthly income 
ot ery set age. 





how cost lifesinsurance 


tention along ¢theap lines were 
neglected. 








2. Proper supervision of rink 
during and after school hours. 

3. Supervision of rinks from 
7 p.m, to 9 p.m, to prevent hoc- 
key enthusiasts from interfering 
with skating programs. 

“It is felt that far too many 
of our citizens are satisfied to 
take their physical recreation vi- 
cariously, sitting in a grand- 
stand, rather than actively par- 
ticipating in healthy activity. Too 
often this is because as young 





BACKACHE 
‘The Plague of Outdoor Men 


The outdoor man, whether he be The treatment suggested is Dr. 
farmer, truck driver, or railway’ Chase's Kidney Liver Pills. By 
operator, is often subject tobackache. reson. of their stimulating action on 
‘This may bg the result of exposure both the liver and kidneys, you have 
to cold and dampness or the result fevo daanane to ane oF eevee sae 


of strain from the jolting and {f0@ yout beckache by using Dr. |7 i.” padminton, golf, ete. When 
bumping of the vehicle he rides. roused to po al i ~— they reach adulthood and want to 
To many ‘women as well as Stimulated and consequently these | participate in these games, many 
mien, it great to be free of organs help to purify the blood of the xeel too self-conscious and em- 
becksche—one of the most common Poisonous impurities which -bring |barrassed at their lack of skill 
and annoying of ailmenta. And here pains and aches and tired feelings. to attempt to learn. The modern 
well by |trend toward shorter working 


¢ 
is how you may be relieved of back- Ki dk 
ache and i Bae Kidney. hours allows a‘large amount of 


other symptoms of poisons usin, 
in the blood. . 35cte. a box. 


Dr. Chase’s “in®’ Pills 
Ss 


time for recreation. Hence, it 
is imperative that our adults be 
interested in participating in 
healthy physical activities, ” 

From “The Modern School” by 
Dr. G. A. Wheable, London. 





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u 
the. (very. much ‘needed) 
holidays.’ There's’ no use ot | the’game for incurring his {o' 











p our Collegiate news until after| contin 
Christ- , and 


mas 
my wasting tlme in wishing you;and fifth 


happy ones as I'm sure each one| team netted five points during the Mr H 
will have a joyous time. quarter, and the seniors stlil clung Ss. ° 

So, until we meet again, cheerio. | to’ a 4 

j by 

The Glee Club by Myrtle Reld 
, As you probably know by now, ha 
Conversation is swell but after ali| We have found it necessary to can- 
cel our Christmas pageant. De-j}the third quarter when they out- 
spite the fact that we had such/scored their younger rivals 14-5, 
angelic angels we decided thatywe | +B 
just couldn't compete with five};° 


concerts on the same night. Next 
year, we will begin earlitr, 
Rehearsals 






getting under 
acters are 
itself is a’ heavy undertaking. 
There are so many 
select from! 

“Purple Towers” contains music 
with a modern lilt and a very 
amy’ story about the usual 


would have suffered a much worse 
In splte of all these things, spring. eet attr ape defeat. Summers scored half of his elected by acclamation previous- 


dancing is still fun, and I, person- tire begin! team's points on five baskets and 
ally, wouldn't give it up'for love the nit att of the = tes = four foul shots. Eleven of his| 1+ members elected was: Hugh 
hind the music. 


This will be my lest column un- 

the heat. “Beezer” Watkins led the a 
hs ane ee eS ume seniors with a total of ten points.| 211; Leslie Parker 20,666; Mrs. 
cessful in them as we hope to be 
in our operetta. Anyway, 


ainst our luck! 
weré told| poys’ Sporis by, John Francis 

























Last Thursday, B.C.I. juniors and | Faulkner, Buchanan 5, Dolan, Mc-| elected are Ellen Fairclough and 
seniors tangled in their annual] Bride, Ewald, Dudley 1, Burke 5,) Bessie Hughton. 

pre-season basketball tilt. The} Scott, Morris 1, Muirhead—28. 

Teese Grade lentes experience| fa which Referee Ea Shortt hand- 
: , eming. Grade teners experienc- wi eree ortt -|and ‘fire as they showed in this 
Note: If there's any similarity | c4's truly thrilling game, winning| ed out a total of 29 personal fouls,| game, look out rivals! B.C.L Is on 
Elizabeth, and| between you the reader, and the) with a final score of 25-24. Two of| and several technical fouls. By the/ the warpath! 

characters described in this col-|their good players were B. Tann| time the smoke had cleared away, 
jand N. Fraser for serving. Our|the boys had dragged themselvs 
to the dressing room ,the seniors 
had captured the contest by a 42- 
28 count. 

The juniors fought to an early of William Voller, 80, mail carrier 
6-4 lead in a rather scrambly first 
quarter, but two senior baskets 
and a foul shot pulled the white 
shirts into a 9-6 lead. From that 
point on, the seniors were never 
headed, although several times the 
juniors were only a point behind. 
The first period ended with the 
seniors in front 9-7. 

In the second quarter, the teams 











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_ THE . ONTARIO. INTELLIGENCER, - SATURDSY,, DECEMBER 
















arte so tS 


= a spas - a fe x 
ued thelr disorderly. tactics ° COMET'S CHILDREN _ SEASONED. MA’ : 
Tom Buchanan was put out ot Hamilton Defeats Meteors, or shooting stars, con-| Wood for matches is sawed info 









sist of small portions of, solid | planks two Inches thick,. 
matter resulting from the break-|for two years, and 
|into* match ‘blocks. .~ 


misdemeanors. Each 















ing up of comets, + 
t 14-12 lead at the Half. x 


erry ind Lesa tte ars aon: E ‘ | Bo d 
and Buchanan o: juniors eac ( on 
garnered five points during the ‘or tro ar’ 




















Hamilton, Ont, Dec. 5 — (CP) | 
— Feature of Hamilton’s civic 
—_ Fielbeeare iro —_ elections WedneSday night was 

e. uniors a 

in their own end for most of the defeat: of “Mrz: Helen pnderson, 
period. 2 Labor-Progressive party, in her 
In-the final quarter, the teams| bid for re-election to the four- 
for the operetta are negan to forget about rugby, and| seat Board of Control. Coupled | 
chosen. This in settled. down to play basketball.| with retirement of Controller 
The seniors held a slight 14-11] Nora-Frances Henderson —previ- 
scoring edge, and as the final! ously it meant that the two wom- 
whistle blew, the seniors left the| en members of the 1947 Board of 
floor with a 42-28 win, Control will both be absent next 

Had.it not been’ for Kip Sum-| year, 
mers’ prolific scoring, the juniors!" xrayor Sam Lawrence was re- 


If. 
The seniors hit thelr stride in 


Property. Owners - Attention aH 


_ Question:—What -s landseapinii”” 


Answer:—Landscaping- a home, & gute Building es en 
. industrial property 1s simply that of taking {/.0 considerséra 
such factors as driveways, walks, service area, property lines, 
and sun; then planting suitable trees, shrubs and flow- 

ers in the right placs. é . 2 


The result of good landscaping is a dignified, pledsing pic- 
ture — restful and inviting. No cluttered, gaudy appearance. 
Good plantings become: the pride of the owner and the com- 
munity. Shey epnanee ie yales (ot a Ure were 













































































characters to 





















Our Mr, Willlam Hogle will be in BELLEVILLE shortly. 
His years of experience in landscape survey, design and con- 
struction will mean much to you, should you have a genuine 
planting problem, whether large or small. Write us at once, 
_ without obligation, asking him to call and discuss modern de~ 
sign, treatment and development of your property. Plan now. 


Hogle Landscape Nursery Co. 
- CAMPBEL:.FORD - ONTARIO a 


Member: National Landscape Nurserymen’s Association 
* Cantdian Association of Nurserymen. 
22,24,28,28 
















ly. 
The vote for Board of Control, 





points came in the second half, McIntyre 22,637; Walter Chad- 


when the senlors were turning on) 1-4 29974: Andrew Frame 22- 




















Senlors—Massey 6, Galbraith 3,| Anderson 12.622; Roy Aindow 1 
Miller 7, Lockyer 8, Burshaw,| 484; Matthew Allman 2,386. ’ 
Cameron’6, Thompson, McBurney,| Two women were among those 
Ketcheson, Watkins 10, Thrasher, | elected to the city council, which 
Rose 2, MacMillan, Pappas—42. had three women members this 

Junlors—Summers 14, Lepore 2,| year. The women councillors 












































If the teams display as much zip 








Marmora 


Marmora (Special) — Reeves 
John A. Bell, R, E..Neal and C. 
H. Buskard are attending the ses- 
sions of the County Council in 
Belleville this week. 

Mr, William Paul, who has been 
in Shirley, England, at the plant 


ANNOUNCING 


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REFRIGERATION SERVICE 
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OLD HOTEL'S GHOST 
Fort Erle, Ont—(CP)—Death 




























and collector of old documents, 
recalled to many old-timers the 
days when this Lake Erie port of|of the Deloro Smelting « and 
entry — then a wide-open plea- Refining Company Limited, for 
sure town—was called the Monte|the past two years, arrived back 
Carlo of the Niagara frontier.|in Deloro this past weekend. 
Voller often acted as ghost and| Mrs. James nes is visiting 
“haunted” the ornate Urp House,| her daughter, Mrs. Herbert 
moaning in the hotel's cellar to] Young, and Mr. Young in Peter- 
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Picton — (Special) — Warden \ Women’s Activities} 
‘| Donald. Thompson has sent out in- 7 ose 
vistions for fhe annues Worees|| Women’s Activities.| 
ee ee 


banquet to be held in the Parish 
Hall Wedn night. 










‘FOR RAINY SEASON 
Umbrellas were used in ancient 
Egypt. BoA EES 































; "Mr. and Mrs. Wilfred Kenning mcicette slots y Mrs. Allyn Finkle. , BNET FUEL OL 
3 . ton and son salled from New York} ‘Asthern , 
Ex cone. Held TEN England where they 
ercises eo] iS elicious refreshments : ‘6 
A 1 diced |. 5 . ~ SORRY, SHORT SUPPLY 
27th, | k2olHfarCyto s 


At Collegiate 




























" Aymeeting of the Teachers’ As- 
fatebcemam ease | = BUT 
’ b ‘orm of a pot luck sup- 
4 é tim tion, "| per and Christmas party on Tues- : 
mristom, Dec ae cocmenee ; Bases ) ~ =f | Late in the afternoon sleet < Mrs, Harmo corer, ExILOBA No. 604 _ | dav.ovith an attendance of 40. = ; 
ent ex x : % e slip ess 0! con- . ry : rs 
fate Institute attracted a: large : hat ditions and meteruds were fo charge; the topic being ‘Agricul. The room appeared very festive We Can Give\You 


friends: Friday night. There| Sm a, | greets OWI) oe pateahie vaediner ace ee by 
: , ; ows wung action 
were five honor, 22 secondary and : Se arjeain Pai ba Wiese kept| Mrs. E. McKay and Mrs. C. Van- 
5 Pr : free of bad drifts. In several sec} UGH. 
> Calnan, ; . iat ons, roads became ' impassible 
spoke on the value of education | [% , ‘ drifts =! - So 
Dr. W. B. Lane, chairman of the | BaaGie NOE eat as sosuas Ga wie ake Trenton—(Special)—On Tues- 
: Saturday, school, board presided. Presen- § 4 : ; This time last year, there was A day evening, December 2nd, the 
December the twentieth, at three- — of yr aet Pe age by no snow on the ground here. 
thirty o'clock. ing~and Mrs, R, Clapp 
The Glee Club rendered several 


Y were the coming year. The m 
Care? Wissen Meco Deena was held in the Lodge Hall, Front by Mee Walt ae ae eee 


p . 
| Seis bree Y > Street, which was tastefully dec- | iawihorne at the plano i 
Hutt, See By brated for the occasion. A group of Consecon hig school | 
Fred Rankin, : ee « ‘ The new officers installed were students sang “O ee Ye 
were— 


: as follows: > Faithful” and “Winter Wonder- 
Gretta Arkett, Marian Bailey, . Gane Monthly meeting of Pine | 4s 0) ter Wonder. 


° f * : with its decorated tables and 
Installation o Christmas tree loaded with gifts. 
“- {ket the supper, Miss Vera Pyne 
charge meeting. 

Officers For 1948 z Mies Grace Saunders gave a re- 
Mrs. Ve Matthews was ap- 
pointed convener of the project— 

“Know Our Ontario”. 
A discussion took place regard- 
Ing a field day or oratorical con- 
iyi lsnlinion of fies for | efor nl he Wane 


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Priced as low as $300 
: W.I1.,‘ was held at the rthy Mistress — Sister. Eliana” which were much enjoyed. i 
Mona Bell, Avis Bristow, Elinor eo. T rene Mie fae bea ate}, Wo Suck ml ee eee ee enjoyed. Teaaican 
Suen Siero vic ay or : S pate oe = Thursday, Nov. 37. The one Pie of Mistress — Sister teresting address < on, “Education®. 
Kaleldoscoplo Quebec — Oakley | © w Ist Vice Presiden tasse =: al ac 
marion yean Badgley, 25, above| An anak z a trip through Mrs Charles Ross, presiding. teoo oe Deputy Mistress — Sis- pre oe ae production 
a uy fe ek eat | Ques at 8 al tok a a tre ere) “esas leet, meanest Set can et eine ) 

@ woodshed of her home in/ an res! vi con- +48. =- Sister “ 

Myatt, Jeanne Parliament, Betty | Frankford, Ont. Her father, Hugh| taining much historical inform-|. Mrs. Ross expressed thanks on|_ Recording Secretary and varied. Most people are LIMITED 



















of Mra. Jerry Marshall for 
t Rowe, John| Badgley, believes she died de-| ation and Interesting aketches of | behalf 

i Webster Wilts Wensley. [fending herself from a brutal! Quebec people. tg sent > Joes po A 

Commercial graduates were-—| attacker. He {Is sure she did not Sones ae oz e thank: gt e 

Ruth Leavitt, Vivian Maines, Joan | kill herself for “she was alwaya| Life and the Dream—Mary Colum lor the cards sent her 

‘ cheerful and enjoyed living too] Autoblography of Mary Colum,|on for the gift sent to her new 

much to think of that.” Mr.| wife of Padriac Colum, poet and| daughter, a ne 


awake to the changing currents 
but some still say too much money 
is spent on education. Have they 
stopped to think that approxim- 
ately four times as much is spent 
on cosmetics, eight times as much 


M. Hill ; 
Financial Secretary — Sister N. Phone 2577 38 Bridge St. E. 
Frauts. 


Treasurer — Sister ¥. CoukeJl. 
Guardian — Sister E. Spicer. 
Director of Ceremony — Sister 
















FOR CHRISTMAS 
































was read L. Wannamaker. on tobacco, and 12 times as much|# AND FOR ALWAYS— 
ywrl ts h A letter = : 
LADIES: READ THIS! | | Winners of sch there. hed been Yeperts that the | carly diya’ tn Incas eerie, ons| the “Weaving Couns? arene ce Radian er — Siter ton passenger automobiles? | 
ieee School—(Donated by the | fatal bullet could not have been| flourishing days of the Abbey| ‘the government and available to Deputy Lecturer — Sister E. Nanaia di ney civillzatt s 
School Board to the three -stu-| fired by the weapon found with] theatre; her life in the artistic ene of ie or more, but no} sc ctown. the fountation of dn 
dents obtaining the highest aver-|the body, but declined to discuss| circles in London, her acquaint-| action hee — ced' Mr. Dat Inner Guard—Sister A. Cowdy. 
and/ ages on thelr’ best seven Upper | it, beyond saying, “The police are| ance with James Joyce and last-| Mrs. Ross introdu 5 ~ 


Outer Guard — Sister E. Brant.| She felt th, t < US 
vt ache. Mongy| School papers. )—1. Vernon Mc+ juversesting: La entire matter; It | ly of her years in America. coy pa Srey Bie = gor Planist — Sister F. Oldrey. | Poses of sdeestion: Grek ee 
Ener third application with Soe arose [Cele Sa; 5. Teel Sanders, $520; | tn Weir Sen The Pictorial History of Canada's| took as his subject, “Canada Agri. |, 2nd Committee — Sister a living; second, to lead a better| Pp 
tions asked. $2.00 postpaid.| 3. Overseas. culturally”. 3rd Committee — Sister G.|" "She stated ther une letenk ante J 



























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3 a $5. =——aaaa——— Army 


























(C.0.D,'s—Postaze M \—(From the War “ Mr. Dalrymple mentioned dif. 
KAPEX PRODUCTS \( 52)! Memorial Fund— to the three | ing in Grades XI and XII, and to] “A photographic story of Can- R Le "3 | Dawson. of administration was coming in RONA Portable 
Bex 22, station aeons hea je. hose with the highest stand- the student with the highest | ada's wartime army, based on of- aot provinces in Canada, and| 450M. te Sisters oat n 2 CORON 














standing in Grade XI Commer-] ficial Canadian army photographs| described agricultural products 


Reid. 
clal.)—1. Patsy McVicker, $15;] reproduced through the courtesy | Specialized in, each province. 


the form of township school areas. Just a few months old. 
Sth Committee—Sister M. Pat-| be 


In the past, the main credential to 





























a trustee was—“Has he aiff REMINGTON Portable 
2. Helen Kinney, $10; 3, Betty) and with the consent of the De-jApeles come from British Col=| scan, family?” That day Is past. Today | Practieally new. 
: Nourse, $5; XIC, Vivian Maines, | partment of National Defence.” mmentloced that the wices Suen Immediate Past Mistress — Sis-| they want men or women chosen REMINGTON | Noisel 
Shallow. Well Electric *T0.D.E. (For Nursing.) —| Isloe for the Night — Manning.| isa native of British Coluebie | ef Le Stickle. bar {be Position who are known to 


Auditors — Sisters L, Stickle, 








be interested in education. Edu- Standard Office — 11” 
P. Bowden and E. Spicer. cation is the most important tax 


Carriage. 
2nd Visiting Committee — Sis- | supported business in any country 
ters E. Bennett, R. Smith, L.Jand no child should be denied |) UNDERWOOD - Standard 


Mrs. Manning, a Nova Scotiajand said the horses, beef cattle 
Ss - ehpnee Fee 208. tollow— girl spent two and one half years; and sheep, are of a better class 
Pressure Pumnpimg | 525 pron-| Hh hee Sheed Reza the er, as of 8 pete las 


clency in Rapid Calculation)—| west coast of Baffin Island. She|the fine potatoes from P E.1. 





























































Burke and E. Spicer. free education. 14” carriage. Recondi- 
; - Madeline Powers. has written a light bearted and| He ae there are wonderful!” Degree Captain and Flower| sire Wainy Siettises snseabe toned. 
: Systems : Secretary's Trophy—(For pro-j entertaining account of nights pee tes for agriculture in| Committee: Sister E. Bennett. | vote of thanks to Mrs. Ross Bush 
=e ficiency ‘in Stenography _and| spent in igloos, long journeys un-| No! my Ontario, and spoke pats! ~ Sister E. McKeown Installed the | and presented her with a small 
. aa Typewriting-)—Ruth Leavitt. |der northern lghts with dog| ticularly of potatoes, their won-|oyricers and was assisted by Sister gift as a token of appreciation 
a Available Now in the Following makes: Number Pins— (To students] trains and of experience and ad-|derful growth and freedom from] x4. Will, Director of Ceremontes,| Distribution of the Christmas : 
ki leading their classes on last| venture encountered In survey-| disease in that new country. 






Mr. Dalrymple sald that Hast-| Dit’ sly Pumyees zDePuly Mis: | gifts brought the evening to a ALSO A FEW NEW 
ngs 


ROYAL PORTABLES 
IN 8TOCK Now. 


SCHWAB’S 
OFFICE SUPPLIES 


40 Bridge E. BELLEVILLE 
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BEATTY — DURO — FROST & WOOD —McDOUGALL || ears Swork )--IXAn dill Phigen| ing ona carrying out biological tress, Sister P. Bowden, Chaplain, |‘close. 
= ixs— : Barker; IXC-—Bar-| research, ings county has the largest num-| Sister M. Ward, Recording Secre-|* Mrs. Freeman expressed a cor-| 
om bara Hyatt; XA—Stuart Brown: ber of dalry cattle in the prov-|tary, and Sister F. Oldrey, Plan-|dial vote of thanke ts Mes. Walt 
® up XB—Lee Roy Pair; XIM—Patsy | Three Came Home — Keith. ince; many orchards and canning | ig, and her committee for the slen-| 
McVicker; XIC—Vivian Maines;| _ The author of Land Below the/ factories, also that in Hastings| At the close of the Installation, | did evening. 

INSTALLATION EXTRA - || Xll—Heien Kinney; XUI—Ver-| Wing tells the story of her years| County the tourist area is one of| sisters M. Hill and E. McKeown | The next meeting will be held 
non McCaw. of imprisonment by the Japanese | the best in the province. He spoke | were brought before the altar and | at West Lake School, the guests 
Seventy-five per cent pins—| (in Borneo). of the splendid cheese manufac-| presented with beautiful china | of Miss Roberta Williams, on Jan. 
(To students obtaining averages tured here, and of the minerals. | ntates for thelr work in the in-|13. Program committee ic Miss R. 
of 75 per cent for three years)— Bir yercoge Rb pee Magee He gota strongly ae we ee Stallation. Williams, Miss M. Walters, Miss L 

Bett: ‘course, Shir: earsal clever a: am ig account| our own horn” more often an Sister E. Jones, Worthy Mis- | Stark and Mrs, J. Gough. 

he . Helen None. “2 MT ot the author’s childhood and aj advertise our county. Mr. Dal- Y 







































LIMITED rtralt of hi oth: “an in-| rymple reminded the members of : wae : ary on chair 
Crest Pins—( Awarded for spec- | PO es mother <— “an in-/ 5 e d the mem and was presented with two Se, 
292 FRONT STREET it) —Donald b vinclble Edwardian,” who was a|“Farmers’ Week” at the O.A.C. beautiful cups and saucers in ap- ¥ I a | 
cial aici 7 wechonl Laven ah ‘stare—Let- writer of thrillers for Lord North-| Guelph, during the second week|preciation of her work during Canon 255 
: ters—Phyllis McWilliam, Betty | cliffe's Dally Mail and other pap-|!n June and assured all of a hearty the past year. 
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ering ers which flourished in Edwardl-| welcome there. 
Paine | Doeaid Baa eg tee an London. Mrs. Ross thanked the speak- 


° er, on behalf of the members, | h, k during the past ; 
THE NICEST CHRISTMAS CARDS [oi ios tenes cis sie who'eertainy precited and | hax ung he Pant ear 
IN TOWN ABE AT SCHWAB’S | 


W j enjoyed Mr. Dalrymple's Infor-| delicious banquet supper was 
Ed. aterhouse mative address. ~ served and all present enjoyed 
Old Boys’ Entrance Medals— The Secretary was atked to!» pleasant social hour. 
40 SRIDGE STREET EAST 3. Re rome Mo. 8, Hillier; H bout “the possibile et heen 
2. Ruth Fi . No. 8 Hiiller; eads A.Y.P.A. & kitchen bullt at the school Madoc 
ouse, 


3. Desmond Hensman, St. Greg- 
Mrs. Tanner was named as a Pianoforte Pupils 


Sister Florence Oldrey, pianist, 


of tea in China was 800,000,000 
was presented with a cheque for 


pounds; in Canada it was 43,000,- 
000 pounds. * 


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O'Hara Pincock, L.T.C.M., for 
their parents on Monday night 
last, Explanatory remarks were 
given by each contributor before 4 
playing his « hee oer ‘ —™~ ‘; 
ot only Madoc, but Eldorado, 

Queensboro and Gilmour were ELECTROLYSIS 
represented, other pupils from OUR RESULTS ARE . 


In 1939 the annual consumption | 
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ory's 8.8. ——<— 
; — The Hastings and Prince Ed-|W.I. representative to buy cups 
An e G uil d ward Deaneries local council of | for the Institute. 
glican the Anglican Young People’s|’ It was decided to hold 


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Gunter Lake and Tweed being GUARANTEED. 
the | M4 0 
I Ad ¢ diti Amodation held its acne anoual Christmas meeting on the 30th P. resent Delightful orator oe Rg dice Biased Over 12 vents Experience 
o mecting in Trentén on es- | of December. : 
n ondition Holds Successful day. Close to a hundred young| “Plone ai 1 rerarding|Informal Recital eerined ie an enone REMOVAL OF SUPERFLU- | | 
wee eee ae ee cee : social evening for Friday, Dec. and Chopia. haminade, OUS HAIR and MOLES 
; . cton, nton , at the home of Mrs. Alec Tan- _——— 
Regular Cleaning Bavaar and Tea [pie conta itn ad Means hl Ftt| wate — aeanay o-| Maen, drat ty te ror ey yee ae | 
i) eet hear reports from the council exe-| and Heasman were named as a|formal pianoforte recital was pre- | ents were served at the close of sss ‘ nw Pteisibaal | 
THE Picton—In spite of inclement |“utive and discuss the activities! committce to look after same. sented.by the pupils of Jenny | th. usiness 4 | 
‘g : H dhe are, Shan two hundred |Fivatwe ences = niiadhea These recitals are followed with Te ' 
¢ Clean-Rite Wa | ladies attended the tea and bazaar : te! : great interest from fear to year. 
i Y: held by the Anglican  Churen|,, Following the presentation o 
2 [Guild in the parish hall ester. the reports of the executive and — * - Pupils from the edrliest piano- 
i 


forte age learn to perform natur- 

ally In public, and, seeing the ad-|| WILL BE IN BELLEVILLE 
vancement of others in the class, DEC.9- 10-11 
naturally develop a healthy com- 

= interest in their own|| 223 Coleman Bt rei 


7 | ial ittee (Leader- 
day. The president Mrs, §. J,j0N€ special committee 10 THE ELECTORS 
Collier and Mrs. H. Swayne were |ship Training Course held here 
at the door. The tea table was |Nov- 8-9) came the report of the 
centred with chrysanthemums as |Nominating Committee and elec- 
were quartet tables. Pouring tea tion of the 1948 exccutive. With 
were Mrs. Swayne, Mrs. H. B,|the exception of ithe offices ot 
Tully, Mrs. George Cook and Mrs, | iain treasurer and promo- Please accept my sin- : 
cere thanks for your 
splendid co-operation and 
: support on Monday last 
Robinson and Mrs. R. Byers had|_ Chaplain: Rev. W.G. Hope 
charge of candy and a touch and |Swayne, Picton; President, Ed. 
Id gifts ' {tension, Vera Flindall © Christ 
at ee sot ee Girls’ Auxillary Church); Diocesan Affairs, Nancy 


PHONE 906 


FOR QUICK, EFFICIENT PICK-UP AND 
: DELIVERY SERVICE. 


lean - Rte 


.CLEANERS and DYERS 
57-HERCHIMER STREET . 




























































ion and extension convener all 
od penny ee was in charge ;Posts were filled by acclamation. | 
of Mrs, Owen Jones, Mrs. R. Fox 

and Mrs. N. Medhurst. Mrs. Lyall | THe Officers 

5 and best wishes for a 

3 Thom Waterhouse (Christ Church); ; 

Me ed Basen Mrs. Waite Mea ident, —— — (st. |] Very Merry Christmas. 

= omas); Secretary, Jean Greene 

ing en convened: Lome: cook~'| (ores urea Treasurer, Carl 

The Girls’ Branch of the w.A.|Fisher, Tweed; Promotion and Ex- 









BELLEVILLE *%,222°" PHONE 2597: 


*. KINGSTON — PHONE 6604 
NAPANEE — PERTH 

































; pohly lwp a eg ee SAVE MONEY:FOR CHRISTMAS. 
i REPA’ Monthly Biase oe BURKE : ORDER FLOWERS FOR OUT-OF- 
’ a son, Marmora; Publicity, Gordon TOWN EARLY. 
a 4 Ay G. Leggat. ‘ ew iil. ; pete 










TWO DIVISION CEMENT 
LAUNDRY TUBS 


> 
Trenton Group Hosts = 
? a AY ER Trenton’s newly-formed St. 
George’s A-Y.P.A. was host for the : 
+ _ ~ jevening. Prior to the business ses- |]. : Does : 


sions a short devotional period | 
was conducted by Rev, A. S. Mc- 

‘|Connel], 1947 chaplain and rector COMMENCING MONDAY DEC 8th 
of St. George’s Anglican Church. “ ofl ; ' e E 


ch aster and f : & Pron ; 
boys. from. the choir of St|| WE Wilk REMAIN OPEN-DAYLY DURING DECEMBER | 






boys from the choir of St 
George's were present during this 









AVAILABLE NOW, 





























With the conclusion of business 


I rt of the meeting and led in the : oot 
TWO-WAY. ig ened rate rue 95 icone they “itso” favored howe HIGHEST QUALITY FOO $ 18.00 
too. under the pat. oct f : : : 


the meeting was officially closea 


. ‘ + 
« SERYED AT REASONABLE PRICES 
with prayer by W. G. H. Swayne, | g 
newly-elected chaplain. Then fol- 
lowed dancing and refreshments. 


sCieecece| THE GUILD RESTAURANT 


¢ Roman city of Pompeii! CANADIAN OWNED AND OPERATED ; 


was destroyed by a volcano in 79 
A.D. and its ruins were not re- J. T. BOTHWELL, Prop, 
- - pe 
a) . Y 





INSTALLATION EXTRA 7 








AR’S FURNITURE. 


(Opp. City Hall—BELLEVILLE) PHONE 793; 





discovered until the 18th century. 































ducation Committee {5.5 
Vill Bring in Report emit a 
t January Session» 





done. And we won't -|In Manhattan: 








ter any. n 

are being staved off and are en- 
titled to some consideration.” 
Same in January 
The matter would be the same| ¢ 


Performances in 








» By PAT USSHER 
Press Staff Writer) 





ever its achievements or failings, 















son bas to its credit two outstand- 

i ormances in great trage- 
for the government will not peek Teo fatcoumstied ‘axteisese 

anything until some :action ts. t2- Judith Anderson gives one as 

Wilfred Spen-|Medea, the -furious, violent cen- 

Pie saegitod ¢ tral character of the old Greek 
no! a ea \ a Co 

commis fate ape at wih mother 


mission on Education may come 
something te that |as Cleopatra, the tempestuous, 
ne beast love-sick queen of Shakespeare's 

































facts. A series of mee’ | before a hew high school 
be held to educate the people |trict would be put in operation. 


in this section of the He felt that with the govern- 
Wants Committee Discharged y 


The Royal Commission Educa-|ing to rural areas, Best in » Decade 

tion report will likely complicate + 5 The Katharine: Cornell produc- 
matters, the inspector said. high tion of “Anthony and Cleopatra 
“While we do not know what was a hit in road try-out cities 
it will bring in, it will likely be where it Larger h igs to its local 
larger school centres, Any smail engagement at Martin Bec 
community which thinks it will] peeve Neal was firm on his|theatre. Pittsburgh, Buffalo, To- 
have its own high school will be| ana to disband the consultative |ronto and other cities were a 
badly disappointed. People should | committee and moved that it be |o® that point But Broadway 
be given all the facts, discharged for the time being. often before has << a Bharpace 
Reeve Wiillam West, Stirling|'The question was not completed |down” verdict to plays were 


t of town. 
felt that matters should wait un-|and Reeve Charles Buskard, who |!abelled aga ou! apa 
The four municipali Cen- see: tuation | felt the committee should remain|, This time it was not 90. 
Sethe = ebay seeices eaten Santratt aes hattan’s critics agreed that it was 
bab ears Sow nigh pete ha 2 t One went so far as to term 



































new high school district has been a hi tl 
version of the romantic 
extablished tagedy, one of the most difficult 
But Reeve Ross Neal, of Mar- of works to produce, 









the 
tee stated that “we can't 


anywhere. Nothing has been The Experts Say eee 


cation, but Reeve P.. J. Kirby, By KAY REX 


moved that the committee be al- 
lowed to function untll a new one| (Cariadian’ Press Staff Writer) 
Ottawa, (CP) — Many %& 


was sepoine®. ae 
Ce ee mates Christmas dainty this year 1s 

b: -law” Deputy Reeve Spen- 
coe sealaded council, adding that| climbing the cost-of-living Iad- 
as such, it was not legal to dis-| der, and if mother Is budget-wise 
she'll step into the festive season 
with a lot of home-made food on 




































uest the committee to bring in| hand. 
: Apes in January on the situ- Such fruit-cake ingredients 
. ation In Marmora and ODelorojas currants, seedless raisins, she 
216 FRONT STREET and the matter ended there. now may find hard to get, but 
Reeves J, McKenzie, Faraday |if she has a supply on hand here 
and P. J, Kirby, Deseronto whojis a recipe for Old-Fashioned 
are retiring this year, volced| Fruit Cake, guaranteed to bring 
their appreciation of the co-op-| good results. 
eration shown them by members| Ingredients: One cup butter. 
council during their two years|one cup brown sugar; two cups 


an a _ They flour; three eggs; one pound 
MODERN FACILITIES” Shc at oi 
: did Deputy Reeve Spencer, half teaspoon soda; one-half tea- 


spoon cream of tartar; one-quar- 
RECENTLY INSTALLED IN THE 


ter pound mixed peel; one table- 






















ARE PLEASED TO ANNOUNCE 
F THAT, THE ; 












Gore 


Gore — Miss Audra Brickman, 
Mrs. Earl Fox and Mrs. Ralph 
Redner attended the Women's 


spoon cinnamon; one nutmeg. 


If she would have her holiday 
food list complete it's time now 
too for the housewife to make up 
a supply of mincemeat. 








bese Sree ee 


" ‘TOGETHER WITH ADDITIONAL PERSONNEL gh Fruit” “Mince "Meat: two 
ENABLE US TO OFFER a Mrs. Kenneth Green| cight ots stalen tobe oo 


: and Sandra spent last Thursday} brown sugar; four pounds raisins 

' with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Green| or two pounds raisins and two 

TWO ~WEEKS SERVICE and family, West Huntingdon. pounds currants); 1 1-2 pounds 
mixed peel; grated rind and juice 


The many friends of af Dar are re j 
ton Redner were sorry to hear o! ree oranges an ree lem- 
ON WATCH REPAIRS. 
ALL WORK FULLY GUARANTEED. 


her accident on Monday morn-|0ns. Mix sugar and spices—one- 
; Angus MeFee 
LIMITED 


ing when she slipped and fell on| half tablespoon mace, one table- 
her kitehen floor breaking her] Spoon nutmeg, one tablespoon 

de SIRCE 1860 
OFFICIAL C.N.R. WATCH INSPECTORS. 















hip, She was taken to Belleville|cinnamon, three-quarter table- 
Hospital by ambulance where she| spoon salt. 
will be confined for a number of cy atincemese pal sees it ple but 
 re-| home economists of the consum- 
ee bil gg sg Ber a apeeey- 28 er section, Dominion department 
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Fox spent{/f agriculture also suggest It 
Thursday with the latter's father, nae delicious cookies. 
Mr. Geo. McCurdy and Mrs, Me-|,Mincemeat Cookies — Ingred- 
Curdy of Rawdon. ents: One-half cup butter or 
The puplls with thelr teachers,| !nlld-flavored fat; one cup sugar: 
of Centre and Victoria schools are bathe ng Heeniges yore npees 
very busy practising for thelr) sined allzpiirposs dow Sent eae 
annual Christmas entertainment. spoon baking-powder; pea toe 
My and Mrs. Kenneth Green, spoon baking-soda; one-half tea- 
Wilbert, Ronald and Sandra Jean} s5o0n salt; one teas allspice 
spent the weekend in Toronto, : POON g 


Cream fat, add sugar gradually 
with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brickman continuing to cream. Beat eggs 
and family. and add, beating until the mix- 

Mr, and Mrs, Ged. Houlden, of} ture is light and fluffy. Add van- 
Coyley, Alberta, called at the! jija and mincemeat. Mix and sift 
home of Mr. and Mrs, Earl Fox! dry ingredients and add, combin- 
on Thursday. ing thoroughly. Drop by tea- 

Mrs. Rhoda Sager has returned] spoonfuls on a greased baking 
home having spen€ a couple of} shect and bake in a moderately 
weeks visiting ‘her niece, Mrs.jhot oven (375 degrees Fahren- 
Floyd Kirkby and Mr. Kirkby of} heit) 15 to 20 minutes. This 
Gananoque. makes about five dozen cookies. 

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Houlden, 
Mrs. Mae Humphrey and John 
called on Mr. and Mrs. Winston 
Pulver on Thursday evening. 
























































- Hastings County Crop Improvement Association 


ANNUAL MEETING 


Tuesday, December Sth 


at 1.00 P.M. 
In the Ontario Department Agriculture Board Room 


. STIRLING 


Guest Speaker: K. E. FALLIS, B.S.A., 
CROPS, SEEDS AND WEEDS BRANCH, TORONTO 
















Plain jelly, blancmange, or 
snow pudding may be turned into 
a special Christmas dessert If 


: Mr. and Mrs. Lorne Brickman] topped with Holly Sauce 
All Farmers Welcome. Plan Now to Attend. ant raat Mrs. Ray Fox spent] Ingredients: two tablespoons 
“WILFRID FORESTELL, | A. 0. DALEYMPLE, im dew (days) Sn Loronte. ana ats 
See 2 : tended the Royal Winter Fair. 


They also visited at the home of 
Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brickman and 
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Lont. 

Mr. and Mrs. Roy Anderson of 
Belleville spent Sunday with the 
latter’s mother, Mrs. Julia Fox 
and Mr, and Mrs. Wille Fox, 












INTERNATIONAL 
’ STERLING 


Here is Life long distinction for her drese 
ing table — International Sterling Silver 
dresserware, the proud possession of 

thousands of Canadian women. 
.Many fine designs have been 


TOY GUNS REMOVED 
UNDER ANCIENT BYLAW 


Painesville, O., Dec. 6 — (AP) 
— The annual “disarmament” of 
Christmas toy displays in Paines- 
ville stores hat been resumed this 
year. NX 
i Acting under regulations of a 
created by master craftsmen—it —— Poaid be herrea — 

uncove: e ature “de- 
beatport ae die pots” of toy guns and pistols in 


local stores and ordered them re- 
by International. All patterns ed f the sight of admiri. 
are priced within your budget. | Se thtalver ae * "s 









youthful eyes. ‘ 
Police explained that the ordl- 


‘ R nance prohibits sale of toy guns 
, : = “of metal or any hard substance” 

) within Painesville city limits. 
SLROUD'S GIFT SHOP) oe... 
" The Dead Sea in Palestine {s 


1,290 feet. below sea level as 
208 FRONT STREET — PHONE 301 compared to 280 feet below for 


Death Valley, Callf. 


224 FRONT STREET 
~ PHONE 3157 








‘ : « 


j 


oe Gea . aS 


S2."sts|Anderson and Cornell Give Splendid 


New York, Dec. 6 (CP)—What- |ariss 


the current Broadway theatre aea- [of Cleopatra, has 








ik | Alga Paviova, titfan-haired s0- 
































—$—————————————————— 

:] ways of highest quality and are 
joyfully received. There may 
some delay in delivery, as all 
parcels go first to, England, then 
to Belgium or German seaports 
and reach Czechoslovakia by 
American train service, where 
postal authorities are respon- 































































































Great Tragedies 


the best thing to come to Broad- 
way in a» decade. 

The praise was well deserved. 
Cornell, who handles in her 












16 years as the only actress-man- 
















seems destined to be among her 
in Club on 







more, profitable, despite its catt- sector: sspenks” 1p Sie: Womens = muuicioat 


mated $125,000 cost. 
Tearle as Anthony, of 
course, makes the play. 
been languishing on‘ iiss Cor- 
nell’s production schedule for 


tlon was unnecessary. 


of the world.” This is his first a) 


known here as Franklin D. Roose- | did arrive it would 






in England he’s ranked as one of 


pearane actors. 





Current entertainment at Zim-| Canada she will be 





Ukrainian, Polish and English by | nee Ottawa office 


rano of Ukrainian parents who 
Scenes from Winnipeg . Eve Le- 
Gallienne and Jessie Royce Lan- 
dis each have plans for appearing 
{n Ibsen's drama “Hedda Dabler,” 
and both productions may be seen 
here during the winter. . Arthur 
Klein plans to bring Broadway an 
old-fashioned minstrel show, 
“Minstrels on Parade,” but it will 
be modernized in one respect— 
there will be girls in the cast. 









mode of living. 
Canada Magic Word 






























sugar; one teaspoon 
pinch of salt; two egg yo: 
one whole egg; one- 

vanilla; 1 1-2 cups milk; one- 
third cup maraschino cherries, 
coarsely chopped. 


lks or 

















sible.” 


Polite “Rat” 
Thanks Fire Chief 






he turngdon his machine at the 
broom factofy in nearby Norwich 


so he baited a trap with a good- 
sized lump of Oxford cheese, The 


necessities.” 







for the lunch. It was good.” 


New Markers Ready 


Guelph, Dec. 6 (CP)—A record 
output of 923,416 automobile L- 
cence plates for 1948 is expected 









oners at the Ontario Reformatory 
here, prison officials said Friday. 
The new plates are blue witn 
white letters and motorists wil 
Ret two plates in 1948 Instead 
the one used during the war to 
conserve metal. 









The Kiwanis Auxili 









street. 







in the chair. 





85 PER CENT OF FACTORY 
MACHINERY TAKEN 
BY RUSSIANS 

Berlin, Dec. 5 — (AP) — The 






sald Thursday it had estimated 
that the Russians removed from 
Berlin as war booty 85 per cent 
of all undamaged factory ma- 
chinery in the two months after 
the war when they were the 
sole occupler of the city. 
























her. 




























Can You TIE These For 
CHRISTMAS GIVING 


Perennial jokes notwithstanding .. 
ties are really favorite Christmas 
gifts with the menfolk. And they 
never have too many of our famous 
silk Foulards. Tie him to you this 
Yule with a truly smart-looking tle. . 


GIFTS that have a way df re. 












with men at ~.. 


QUICK & ROBERTSON 


“Serving You For Half a Century” 








‘Give The ‘One Gift 


FRIENDS AND FAMILY ALIKE 













WILL TREASURE 
FOR YEARS TO COME 
A 


THOMPSON - RILEY 
PORTRAIT 


NO OTHER PRESENT 
SO INDIVIDUALLY YOURS 
a 


C 













Thanks Club 
ToCzechoslovakia|?=* 













evening, a more formal introduc- 


Dr. Hitschmanova expressed 
part psa seine) nee - reels 
sent to Czec! ovakian dren, 
want of a suitable “triple: pillar and said that although the pack. ee Se se 
ogee might a acre in time for Seattle, Dec. 6 (AP). — “Now 
Shristmas » that when > 
did a ve it id be Chet police?” shouted John Dozier, as Hawks 2. 
ty oe ‘or the ren. She hoped some 
velt’s movie impersonator— but |. sonal messages were included Aaritecaliek ia 
the “world's » greatest Shakes- | [n any letters sent; they would be | G2¥- One of the ro bers, lean 
easily translated because, In Eur- th 
. ope now eleven out of fourteen | nickel back to the 
Entertainment Brevitles people are learning English, and | Palr escaped. 
when answers. are. received 




















person ERNST LUBITSCH 
merman’s Hungaria, a mid-town | sponsible for their Pecauiion into 
cafe, included songs in Russian, | English, if they. are forwarded to 


She continued, “Wool cannot be 
bought in Europe today, no mat- 
ter how much money one has, so 
warm garments are doubly ap- 
preciated, Dolls and toys are im- 
portant to children, in order to 
bring them back to a normal 


“Today Canada is a magic word 
in Europe, and the most beloved 


She told of a parcel delivered to 
her sister while she was in 
reeeee, ond of =; great joy ex- NGES 
perien n getting packaged N WOOD AND COAL RA} . 
For Cheese Feed food which money cannot buy in unre : 
carepe. He geet parcel of 
— pouni sent 
Brantfofd, Dec. 6 —(CP)—|CARE, a commercial organiza- 
Fire Chief Basil Baines was on orate ae agtnet to pare 
bothered by a big rat every time | She sald, “ tuation in Eur- 
ered by a big ery, ope fs tragic, dramatic, horrible. 
Words cannot express the dire 
need ‘of things Canadians consider 


by 







An expression of appreciation 
next morning in the trap he found | was voiced by Miss L. Johnston, 
a@ scrawled note: “Thanks a lajwho said, “We hope that the 
Christmas spirit of goodwill will 
continue fn the days ahead.” 


OO 
| Women’s Activities | 
—_______¢ 
to be completed shortly by pris- KIWANIS AUXILIARY 


lary held its 
December mecting on Thursday | 
evening at the Centre on Dundas! 


There were 53 members in at- 
tendance and the president was! 
| 


The president for 1948, vi! 
Kuntze, who was elected at a} 
directors’ meeting held at the 
=e of Se Shee ned during the 
past week, was ca | 
American military government| be introduced to the ladies atten! 

a@ very warm welcome had been 
extended to her she graciously 
thanked the ladies for the honor 
which had been conferred upon 


Plans are under way for the 
Christmas party to be held in the 
























ee ee es 
near future, with Clara Smith and | @————__——_-_-—-» ~ 
Don Stanton as co-conveners. [ Hockey Resalts | 


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/ Plaudits of Large Assembly 
5 Decision rUnpepaise But 
Handlers Say Louls Broke 


\ 


, Hand in Fifth ° 
By ALAN HARVEY. 
(Canadian Press Staff Writer) 
New York, Dec, 6 (CP) — The 


._ fight world was in a turmoil to- 


day as Joe Webster, Manager of 
Jersey Joe Walcott, followed up 


his figtiter's ‘su battle 
against Joe Loulg last night by 
entering a .fo: claim‘ for the 


world heavyweight boXing title, 
— Since and seers 
juis re y an unpo 
split decision, = 
Webster said early today he had 
told Chairman Eddie Eagen of 
New York State Athletic 
Commission that he claimed the 
title for Walcott, wanted a public 
hearing, and based his protest on 
“your one point scoring system.” 
Eagan sald he had not called 


a special meeting of.the commiss- 


jon. 

“I mérely told Webster that he 
could see me Monday at 11 a.m. 
and if the matter was worthy the 
entire commission would consider 
it at our regular meeting. on 
Friday,” he added. 

Webster did not elaborate on 

reference to the point scor- 
ing system which gave the fight 
to Louls after the Detroit Brown 
Bomber, his fists apparently no 
longer carrying the old calamity, 
had found the going rough. 

For the first time in-his 24 
successful title defences, the boos 
were for Louls and the ungrudg- 

‘ing applause of 18,914 Madison 
Squzre Garden fans went to the 
underdog challenger from Cam- 
den, NJ. 


‘In the stunning turn of events 


against a man he had been ex- 
pected to shell into submission 
within five rounds, the Brown 
Bomber was forced to travel the 
full 15 to gain a vastly unpopular 
split decision. Twice Joe was on 
the canvas, once for a two-count 
in the first and once for seven 
in the fourth. , 


Stumbled Once 


Walcott kept his feet through- 
out, except once in the 13th round 
when he stumbled and fell, lurch- 
ing forward under the momentum 
of one of his own pu 

When it was over the capacity 
crowd, which contributed to a re- 
cord Garden gate of $216,477, 
vigorously booed and hissed the 
champion, long an idol of the fans 
a roared its approval when 
Walcott stood up in his corner. 

Before that there had been a 
heart-pounding hush as announc- 
er Harry Balogh cleared his throat 
to announce the decision, Frank 


Forbes, the first judge, gave Louis| ers travel to Boston. 


eight rounds, Walcott six and 
called one even. 

Referee Ruby Goldstein voted 
for Walcott, 7 to 6, with two even. 





BIG HOCKEY DEAL. 


LEAFS OR HAWKS? 


4 4+ 
Tonight May , Provide Some 
Idea When Teams Clash in 
Toronto z 


(By ‘The Canadian Press) 


| That historic feud between To- 

ronto Maple Leafs and Montreal 
Canadiens might well be. over- 
shadbwed by another National 
Hockey League situation which is 
simmering nicely. To wit: Who 
got the best of the big playcr 
trade between Toronto and 
cago Black Hawks? 

The Hawks traded high-scoring 
Max Bentley and Cy Thomas for 
five Leafs, Bud Poile, Gus Bod- 
nar, Gaye Stewart, Bob Goldham 
and Ernie Dickens. Rival mana- 
gers Conn Smythe of Toronto and 
trader Bill Tobin of Chicago seem 
to have got themselves in an ar- 
gument as to who benefited the 
most. * 
| -Bill Tobin is reported to have 
j Sald that right now he wouldn't 
, trade Gaye Stewart on even 
; terms for Max Bentley. That re- 
j port was on the authority of Ca- 
nadiens’. coach Dick Irvin who 
said yesterday that Tobin told 
him at New York that Doug Bent- 
ley, Max's brother, Is playing 
“much better hockey without his 
br&ther than he did with him.” 

Max Bentley led the league in 
point - scoring last year but has 
not garnered many points since 
he donned a Maple Leaf unl- 
form. 

Which doesn't faze Conn Smythe 
one iota. Conny pointed out that 
since the big swap, Leafs have 
reached the league leadership, 
The Toronto director’s point is 
that the deal was intended to 
strengthen the team, not the 
players. “Bentley has given us a 
third’ line that is a definite scor- 
ing threat,” he instanced. “Joc 
Klukay at left wing with Bentley 
scored only one goal in seven 
games before. He has eight in 12 
games since the deal, in addition 
to“his penalty-killing.” 

The strategians can watch the 
physical results of the swap on 


the same Ice tonight as Leafs en-| ton 


tertain the Hawks, while Mon- 
treal Canadiens take on Detroit 
Red Wings and New York Rang- 
Sunday 
night has another full card, Leafs 
back at Chicago, Canadiens at 
Boston and Detroit at Rangers, 
Leafs were expected to hang 


Then the decisive vote: “Judge! on to their league lead, inasmuch 


Marty Monroe, nine—for Louis. . ‘ 
And the rest of the announcer's 


Swords were lost in the bedlam. 


uestionably, the majority of 
the fans, and many newspaper 
men, considered that Walcott had 


the better of a slightly disap-; 


pointing fight which erunted into 
violent action only briefly. 

The Canadian Press score card 
was six rounds for Walcott, five 
for Louls and four even. 
Associated Press gave Walcott 
nine, Louls five and one even, 


Barred Reporters 


* In the turmoil that followed 
the unexpected course of the 
fight, the disconsolate Louis 


barred reporters from his dressing | smile. 


toom for 25 minutes. But when 
the press was admitted, the cham- 
plon’s trainer, Mennie Seamon, 
gave a possible clue to his 
charge’s showing with the an- 
nouncement: 


about the fifth round.” 

Joe's manager, Marshall Miles, 
said merely that two doctors 
“thought” it was broken and that 
X-rays would be taken today. 

Walcott, heretofore a nonde- 
scrint refugee from boxing’s re- 
tirement rolls, said “I thought I 
won.” His handlers were equally 
emphatic. Walcott added: “Louls 
himself said he was sorry.” 

Barring confirmation of the 
fracture, there seemed little doubt 
that Louis at 33 had slipped 
slightly from the peak that made 
him acknowledged ruler of the 
ring for 10 1-2 years, with 14 
straight knockouts to his credit 
up to last night, 

He -was the same old Bomber in 
appearance, boring in steadily, 
flicking a lightning left jab, but 
the payoff weapon—the jarring 
right which chilled five opponents 
in the first round—just wasn't 
there. ; 

Whenever Louis lashed his right 
in Walcott'’s -face, Jersey Joe 
seped back with what appeared 
to an equally powerful blow 


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; thought I won.’ 
“He fractured his right hand | was sorry. 


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both games. 








Fight Quotations 


New York, Dec. 6. (AP) — 
Here's what the principals and 
others said about last night's 
heavyweight title fight at Madl- 
son Square Garden. < 

Champion Joe Louls—I can't 
open my mouth no more,” Joe 
answered In response to a photog- 
rapher who asked for a “wider 
“He deserves it,” the 
Champion said when a reported 
asked him if he thought Walcott 
should be given another chance 
at the Utle, 

Challenger 





Joe Walcott—T 
Louis told me he 
I wasn't hurt bad. 
T knew all the time what I was 
doing. After the first round I 
was confident I would beat him.” 
Mannie Seamon, Louls’ trainer 
—“He fought like he was the 
challenger and Walcott was the 
champion. You can't win a fight 
running away *' 
Danny Florio, Walcott’s train- 
er—'He won the fight. If he 
didn't I don’t know anything about 
| fighting. I was so sure that after 
‘the 14th round I told him to take 
| it easy, to coast. I wouldn't do 
H that unless I thought he had won.” 
Mrs. Lilly Barrow Brooks, 
Louis’ mother—'Whew, what a 
surprise, he's going to get it 
}some time and I thought sure 
| tonight Was the night.” 
Joe Webster, Walcott’s man- 
ager—"I {intend to make a legal 
font Sad ae fehl a 
we oxing Championship, 
Monday morning.” - 


—___. 
INTRODUCED THROUGH WAR 
Precious stones were first in- 
troduced to the Westerri World 
through the conquests of Alex- 
ander the Great in the East. 


— 


‘SKATING: 


THIS AFTERNOON 
_ AND EVENING " 


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Motion Pictures 
Fail to’ Give - 


(By The Canadian Press) 


it called back by officials, 


shifted to a view of the upright's 
becsuse the cameraman thought 
the ball had been kicked from 
Placement. By the time the 
ig back, Reagan was 
well on his way to the disallowed 
touchdown. ; * 


Billed as the unofficial Ontario 
rs saga Championship, the 
Lon Kiwanis Juniors will 
clash with the Windsor Ako's at 
the University of Western On- 
tario’s Athletic field today. 

The two clubs agreed on the 
“outlaw final” after the Ontario 
Rugby Football Union voided 
the semi-final in which Hamil- 
ton Junior Wildcats defeated Lon- 
don, and ruled there would be 
no further Junior. play-offs. 
Hamilton was charged with using 








ineligible players. The OR.F.U. 


suggested a replay of the semi- 
final but both London and Hamil- 
ton clubs declined, and the unof- 


wailing for the official wind-up 
game. 


The executive of the Ontario 
Hockey Association at a meeting 
in Toronto last night suspended 
Coach Jack Skinner of the Wind- 
sor Spitfires, Junior Club, until 
Jan. 31, The suspension follow- 
ed an altercation between Coach 
Skinner and Referee Jack Mac- 
Eachren at a recent game. Skin- 
ner allegedly struck the referee 
in protesting the official's “stiff” 
referring in the game which Galt 
Rockets won 4-2. 


The Ontario Cricket Associa- 








Summer to compete in the inter- 
provincial cricket week at Brock- 


The team also will be sent to 
Quebec for the annual inter-city 
cricket matches there. if Quebec 
is agreeable to the plan, the 
O.C.A. also decided. Teams 
from Toronto, Ottawa, Hamilton 
and an undisclosed location are 
to take part In an inter-city match 
here in July. 

Crauford Martin of Toronto, 
was clected president of the As- 
sociation. 





Veteran Jockey Johnny Lung- 
den yesterday broke the modern 
record for the number of win- 
ning mounts in a single year by 
riding four winners at California's 
Bay Meadows track and boosting 
hia year's total to 304, The prev- 
fous record was 3001 held by 
Jackle Westrope. 


Sixteen team members, exclu- 
sive of Canada’s hockey repre- 
sentation, will make the journey 
to Switzerland for the Olympic 
Winter games, it was announced 
yesterday. The combined official 
list is made up to ten active mem- 
bers of the skating team, with 
four spares; three figure skaters 
and three speed skaters. 





NEVRNOX AND 
WHOLESALE 


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Complete Picture 


Motion pictures of the East- 
West football final game were 
shown in Toronto yesterday but 
failed to give a complete picture 
of a disputed play on which Win- 
nipeg scored a touchdown against 
Toronto Argonauts only to have 


The play was too deceptive for 
the cameraman and because of. 























of the 1946-47 campaign, 


ALL THE WAY 









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There aren't too many “I- 
told-you-s0” guys hanging 
around clrcles . in 






boxing 
N’Yawk . this morning. 
there are plenty of “If I had 
only known” gents who natur- 
ally couldn't see the writing on 
the wall. For Joe Louis’ heavy- 
weight crown fottered danger- 
ously on his sepia pate in Ma- 
dison Square Garden last night, 
and if we heard the radio 
broadcast correctly, that bau- 
ble should be adorning. the 
cranium of Jersey Joe Walcott 
from Camden, N.Y- <7 
e eo. «@ 

It was a stunning upset to say 
the least. And It proved beyond 
a doubt that you can be a 
champion one minute and a 
chump the next. The underdog 
Waleott, not conceded a dog's 
chance against the powerful 
Brown Bomber received a chil- 
ly ovation when he entered the 
ring, while the Gardens rock- 
ed to the reverberating roar 
4for the champion. F 2 

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But an hour later It was a 
different story. For the first 
time in his life Louis heard 
thousands boo him as he went 
slowly to his dressing room, 
while the roar of acclaim that 
echoed in the Gardens was 
for the gallant old warhorse 
who was supposed to fall vic- 
tim to the lethal fists of the 
champion long before the fifth 
round, 

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In fact Walcott flgured he had 
the match and title In the bag 
by the end of the Ith heat. 
During the fifteenth he did a. 
cross between s cross-country 
run, = rumba, a samba and a 
highland to keep out of range 
of Louis’ fists, just in case s 
knockout blow might connect. 
But that apparently was his un- 
doing, for the judges counted 
the round against him — and 
he needed it, 

e e e 

At that, the consensus was 
that Walcott had won the fight 
by a two or three round mar- 
sin. The United Press gave him 
seven, six for Louis and two 
even. The judges’ were spilt 
on thelr decision, while the re- 
feree gave Walcott his ver- 
dict. 

» 


eo 

Louis’ manager claimed that 
Joe fractured his right hand in 
the fifth round and couldn't bit 
Walcott with any of the old 
power. Walcott claims he can 
Nek Louls any night of the 
week, and his manager has i 
tered claim of the heavyweigh 
title en the grounds that the 
point system as used last night 
is not fair. Alf of which makes 
great ballyhoo for the certain- 
as-death return match which 
will Ukely be staged outdoors 
next Summer where a near mil- 
Mon-dollar gate can be collect- 
ed. 







° 

\¢ True, Walcott “rode a bicy- 
ele” for a large part of the 
fight, but he stood there and 
Jashed out whenever he got 
the chance. Louls had him on 
the ropes on one occasion and 
it looked ilke the end, but the 
deadly power of the Louls right 
was missing. He stung Walcott, 
but couldn't put him down. And 
the Jersey Joe dropped De- 
troit’s champlon to the canvas 
twice. 


The Philadelphia Rockets’ No. 
1 line celebrates. a birthday 
next Sunday. it will be one year 
old. 

Tt is an Interesting story how 
Phil Hergesheimer, the Ameri- 
can League's scoring gusmeion 
an 


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Wally Stefaniw and Mike Nar- 
duzzi got together to play as a 
walt on Philadelphia's ice hoc- 
key team. 

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It_is more interesting - how 
they immediately “clicked”. 


hy 

and 
Hergie — the Phanton Phil of 
_ the foe — went on to take the 
scoring title in the league (de- 
spite playing for a last place 
club); Mike became one of the 
leading rookies of the ytar and 
Wally has since moved into the 
No. 1 spot as the 1947-48 Iead- 
ing polnt-getter for the Roc- 

ets. 


It was no secret early last 
season that the Rockets were in 
need of a middle man to set up 
plays so that Hergie, always a 
prolific scorer and dangerous 
around the nets, could pick up 
goals.’ As it happened, along 
about December 3rd -of last 
year, the Rockets secured Wal- 
ly Stefaniw from Cleveland 
Barons — by way of the Bar- 
ons’ Minneapolis Millers’ farm 
club, He had been the No, 4 
center for the Millers, which 
meant he wasn’t seeing régular 
action. : 

e e . 

Herb Gardiner, then Rockets’ | 
coach ,swung Wally between 
Hergeshelmer (right wing) and 
Narduzzi (left wing) for the. 
December 7th game against 
Indianapolis Capitols after 
watching Stefaniw center an- 
ether line in his first game in 
Rockets’ toss, — on Dec. 4, 
1946, against Pittsburgh Horn- 
ets. Then things began to hap- 
pen. 










‘CANADIAN SPORT SNAPSHOTS 


RB igewdks =a ed otherwise, d helped bloat 
otherwise, and helpe loa 
se = SEREE Writer) | ecee 5-1 betting odds. 

Toronto, Dec. 6 (CP) —Sports| From his editorial-page col- 
prophets play in a hazardous/umn, J, V. (Globe and Mail) Mc- 
league. That was underscored] Aree notes that “a consensus of 
again in the Dominion Football| the inmates of any mental hospi- 
final when Winnipeg Blue Bomb-| tal -could not have been more 
ers did everything but beat the| grievously mistaken” and in 
vaunted Toronto Argonauts inj|scholarly style chastises the nev- 
the latest of a long line of make-|er-never-learn fraternity as the 
fools-of-the-experts events, “most unreliable of all charac- 

Jack West, Bomber coach, sum-| ters.” 
med it up after the Argo last-| But he offers the hand 
play big a when he said that| friendship. 

“about of us were among the 
~ people _ all Canada” con-| Hazards Are Many 

Te reanibeg @ chance. The) «Our experts fail to predict 
Sports experts had helped take| correctly for the chief reason 
care of that. They gave free as- that they prophesy on what’ is 
surance that an Argo  victory| unpredictable,” he points out. 
was just a matter of score, evi- For example, “what is apt — to 
dently had Argos believing it ruin the most carefully’ ponder- 
ed predictions is the fact that 
the difference of a foot is the 
difference between a foul and a 
home run; that half the diameter 
of a goal post makes the differ- 
ence between. a goal and a miss 
in hockey; that the way a foot-/}- 
ball lands. on the ground can 
make the difference between a! 
winning and a losing play.” 

However, if the sports experts 
are more vulnerable than other, 
newspaper writers, he suggests, 
“it is because only they, as a 
general rule, are called upon to 
go on record before the event.” 
Out of the Picture 

Concerning Winnipeg's dis- 
puted third-quarter touchdown, 
which you won't be seeing in 
newsreels, Ted (Evening Tele- 
gram) Reeve comments: “The 
gent in the screen news office 
who cut off that part of the pic- 
ture because there was no score 
was voted a dozen of our best 
ee association crying tow- 
els.” " 


MORE POLICEWOMEN 
Montreal — (CP) — Montreal 
has added 13 policewomen to its 
police force, bringing the roster 
of constables to 23. The salary is 
$1,500 a year. 


GOOD HUNTING 


. 
Port Arthur — (CP) —- A, An- 
derson of Port Arthur thinks he 
has one. of the larger deer taken 
this season after bagging a 20- 





themselves until Bombers prov- 


point specimen, | estimated to 
weigh 350 pounds, in the Black 
Sturgeon area east of here.- 

















































of 


The Rockets — who won only 
5 games all last season and tied 
only 7 for 2 total ef 17 league 
points — battled the Caps to a 
5-5 deadlock. Stefaniw scored 
the tying goal; got one assist, 
Hergesheimer scored two goals, 
got one assist. Mike assisted on 
one of Hergle’s counters, In an 
earlier meeting with the Caps, 
the Rockets had been beaten 8 
to 
When the season ended last 
year, Wally, Mike and Hergie 
had totalled altogether 77 goals, 
115 assists for 192 total points. 
Subtracting what Mike and 
Hergie had assembled before 
Wally joined them, they had— 
as a line — 63 goals, 92 assists 
and 155 total points ... and 
Hergeshelmer had the league's 
scoring title. 
. ° 


They still are, by virtue of 
thelr point-getting, the Rockets 
No. 1 line this year. The team 
plays St. Louls at the Arens on 
Saturday night, December 6th 
to wind up their first year to- 
gether. 





face Jess Haines in the New 
York half of the frame, walked. 
Mark Koenig sacrificed and 
Babe Ruth was passed inten- 
tlonally. Bob Meusel forced 
Ruth on a roller to Less Bell. 


yin vl 
Halnes lost control against Lou 


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Gehrig and walked him, filling 
the bases. 


“My heart began to do back- 
flips,” related Breadon. “A hit 
would spell disaster. We would 
be ruined.” 

s. e ° 

With Tony Lazzeri, a danger- 
ous hitter in a pinch, coming to 
bat, Manager Rogers Hornsby 
summoned Grover Alexander, 
who had worked a full game 
only the day before and had 
been up most of the night. Old 
Pete tightened his belt, adjust- 
ed bis cap and struck out 
Lazzeri on three pitches, end- 
ing the inning. He did not give 
up a hit the rest of the way. 

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Sam Breadon’s greatest thrill, 
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in 1343. 


“Possibly 1926 lives in me, far 
down on the inner side, because 
it was our first pennant and 
champlonship,” said Breadon. 
“Old Pete in the deciding con- 
test! What a thrill it was!” 


In the seventh inning of that 
game, the Cardinals were lead- 
ing, 3 to 2. Earle Combs, first to 


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283 COLEMAN STREET 
Phone 3311 





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MEN'S FURNISHINGS || MEAT MARKET 
206 Front St. Phone 533 23 Bridge 8t. E. Phone 1761 












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292 Front St. Phone 38 


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Portable Electric — Acetylene 


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Phone 60 


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BENDIX HOME LAUNDRY 
‘Wray’s Home Furnishers 


306 Front St. Phone 40 
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368 Front St. 


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“The Home of General 
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-| 217 Front st Phone 772 


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Victor Records — Music 
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HUNGERFORD SMITH 
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98 Everett St. 


AUTO ELECTRIC’ 


Phone 114 





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4 Dundas E. Phone 731 


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352 Front 8t. Phone &4 


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55 EVERETT STREET 









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224 Front 8t. 


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169 Pinnacle St. Phone 1976 


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283 Coleman St, Phone 3311 





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3226 


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382 Front St. Phone 2288 
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3 DUNDAS 8T. E. Phone 270 


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103 Front St. Phone 1053 


USED CARS 


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123 Front 8t Phone 716 


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338 Front St. 















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PAUL MERCIER 


Phone 3253 





RADIO REPAIR 


RADIO SERVICE 
4 Bridge S. E. Phone 854 


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DANCING 


Wednesday, Friday 
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TRENT VALLEY RAMBLERS 


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APPLIANCES 


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Northern Electric Dealer- 
191 Front St. Phone 1181 


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40 Bridge ot East 
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- Ports. Accessories 


‘COMPLETE GARAGE 
SERVICE. 


J.B. BOYCE & SONS LTD.. 
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MIXTURES ‘oun SPECIALTY 


BISHOP’S SEEDS 


RETAIL STORE 
112 Front 8t. - Phone 283 





REPAIRS of ALL KINDS 


MACHINE SHOP, rep 
ment parts made. ELECTRIC 
REP motor rewinding 
bearing replacements. Scale 
overhauling and rebuilding. 
SMITHING, Metalworking. 
Angle, flat and round tron tn 
stock. WELDING, are and 
oxy acetylene (portable equip 
ment). Welding ‘orch 
scatecacst and Gases, whole- 
sale and retail. Burston Valve 
Seats installed. 


10 FOUNDRY STREET 


BELLEVILLE ~~ Phone 83 





‘FLOWERS 


FOR THE 
: HOLIDAY SEASON 


TEMPLER 
FLOWER SHOP 


WM, G. ROWLAND 
14 Campbell St. Phone 1900 


BELLEVILLE’S LEADING 
FLORIST. ‘ 


SERVICE 
MODERN. CLEANERS 


and DYERS 


PHONE 
2277 


EXCLUSIVE. 
“FORMULA” 
CLEANING 


GO MODERN 


‘ste 200 RENTALS 


TYPES FOR ALL 
CARS. 


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NO.FAST CHARGING. 


FRED’S - 
BAT-ERY SHOP 


. 146 Front 8t Phone 109 


x COMPLETE LINE OF 
BUILDING SUPPLIES 


LUMBER — ROOFING and 
a} INSULATION 


E. D. MOTT 






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and WASHER. REPAIRS 


FOR “BETTER” SERVICE 
CALL 


J ART BOOTH & SON'| 


(21 Front St. Phone 150 























370 Front St. 






















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