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PAGE Mm CcUtib Ccdlinq IURU VIM.\h\<>( vil. IIIMiW. IHllMltlK I. itei %  V M !t HAi %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  •-Spurn ln/n< Irui I Ml II U 1 I H I. T*l!..t K 1 nreWfsW Man M K BSOWARD olocut ..r i n WB>-utioned m San luan, %  .., %  %  tl U ,. I V pan ii. : .... %  .,' %  rh* ; %  F.nfttyiiUli' livliilu\ Am:;: %  UM Anitii N %  BAA.I left on ">*'" Ii* w.i A la tod with ii %  tlH Hotel Re I lab U/// Vriniilii'l i.uiiiiluiii M l I Q \IJ.I\M %  Pei Band %  %  to Trinn by a %  bgotlwi Mi r t; Ailayna, bMdnu b I i %  H in* it r In'ii..mr Guest % %  BatlMhabg From Mr. Pinthtr s science in-ffcc-news nofefrooft— PENICILLIN /or r/ie pigs B CAW IT HAPPEN > A CA.N %  otl ^ M trig* rn i O (J M f Uoil *n.ch la DOuMUl the gro* | .' p ID A Die r sleppin* up -upp.n i %  home-red bacon in Britair by next spring Amancan Boom two which conUim the goidri drug aureomycin nu an aatoniahlng effect on dwari pig* that would normal) %  never n ft ibla lU N0 prr.iii"i. %  ... Or f wlMN I tl-.l.lr W...,!,• Oav* proved mat a Hrirno torn oeaiUsf nln g penicillin instead tiN pQaetiv* Tan dwarf p;,cs or. > tsUckin* naonhlre rann were ifivdo um ooaiaJDina proeaiiw-penicilim form of the wonder drug wtuati la ooi 'leairoyeu ID UM auwnach AH 'cached baton UM anw IUXPJMIONAI. POWWOW .1O. ,. lion Victor Bryan (T.(iudd) and lion D I* Drl.tdin |Br;?i (i MR CIlRIBTir. SMITH and hi* CuiiMmA* Hamper H hill II fllllll/H'l M \< y HBIST1E SMI PH II •• %  ': • : \ in 11 looked bampat %  • %  %  iek> i.iimiifi i ;.n UM KM Fall .i OM S-lb tin >( Kill ona Ui oi i if" 'M Of i :." latl OfM .Mb till "f ham, t battle <>' Whaasay, ona bat* ,., i tin blicuiU. Ifvlurnvil Tn TrimtUiil %  hi bj ii w i A %  Lndiai i by hla (..rid Manin..who I. I afatouli I'm %  %  %  id ihortl) ffi'frfnhrr CaaVBA M ISS AtlKtJKA WALTEHS. Hrallh N > Public Hraitii Caatri ii -. !i returned t r n %  %  laUl moBBha, fhrr*<>i whlft %  %  i %  i nlra .II.I in,othi i with Kvfiiilur I isilur Barbados i* altl Clark of M da who cBmi in on 1 l! W i .'. : i %  ml "id i a OMMBI lh wlntoi ha .in I ihm Mgmn MI -lnl\ than -hi' hai" through %  ama i f Iba i w t'dtibbe^n. She wild that %  ..in in mill Aikjual • A HHIVINC i,v the nmr ircratl ktad wwra Ui R. G > ..i in.. II <>i PSA who had bran rWaldinaj v. n< auala loi Iha baal tin i e i fhag maai •.. bo here I h Club '.iii. %  i nmnBUj. R P.C I I'.r.nnn./ Bl URNIHG ta i ai i %  %  %  %  %  .n ttad ii-..' Ini BO % % %  forward to —tliT'm I is II Passenger S I rung in Canada b^ Thurad.1. v-ugh..i. Mcc.-rd ..f iha Traffi) r i ul. lie iptfiit two week* BCllda] cnaataJi HaaoL V.8. 111 iila s M iss HI LOAH QARNI '• %  t.il lefi the latafl for the USA Via I'urrto Rtco ^\ B WJJL gone to apend %  KIX innntha* holiday w|t| | i'l I klVM I Sim C RATUIATIOM to Mr. anrl M rhorpB i.i. lie pitai %  Blackmail of Bt %  %  Jo itrooklyn A Ml '"• %  ..*, | Lagtllij 1 .. %  't.. Rioo %  i '.. | | ' I \ Smitn ol Praa-oajB t NBy St. %  % %  %  i %  paaail I %  v School and in : i ii'.-i i -i %  i .. %  %  %  i-iyn. On hnif( BjCaMBJ ]Vt U ""' ll(S %  (; owuou ' : Vnl.,i„: i. TIUIIMK.V i,\ II u i A %  rta f..i .i holktaj < i rlon'blo and Mrs H. A. Cuka Baaavf*" ith Ava BtllovUkf. %  illoli bj the ronnc t Mi,-. nfadfi CUM, VB. ^at au tad ay Londoocr. aweda Bo WJWO t>' nruari or %  Wtii %  BMBg i (fiuaco Biiaiiiai ne laca an up-ad4ko aioiluii of iQf aprmg-ioadad IBBMJOIOI "tauirt Baaa] u, raaraai n "">n in pu* u lor •ySa H Wijret .ii.ii.. ft %  wn nmOianut BBUd ranairuiDlc ioi sucn •'. doaton UHBI 'nu UM aotra DVIIOTO U. oe MHI ccMKemed wiu —h nan or BmrVag So If i: at riaieauy aiatnuMtaa it % %¡ nrow iiw neart into an abn..rma. type oi paipiuuoo wnten T.n' <-tatai llt. w r %  ... i .. i Harvey f aiipwr.il n.> 'haory win a ca-vnui.ro of an appar -J% r fuBj ]g v**r ola aoman aiB riupa a daoiernu* WBi polp"ni'nn when noly alletiCv acn -i B it idmm thai Ola 'neon At-ola;ti V.rjd.1' Intense 'error at tn* -n- oiaca magtr puwai t aln % % %  oaruuilT the cauar at Vc--don deatfl. lu* H %  eara down *• viciun fn ill] Uuieao a| tiv auddan auacg. BANG BANC + % Ml 11 ISO of UIP Bntan — m-,..o:ancf*r Sur". a/ti' ">mi wtio 'mp* i. o the moon— l hrid -n a lAndon publ:i n l* will oe mainiv ru'Keia So the oigbi aftoaan fo. -lif oar parlour irva* i> %  • i^r i • .fSTARS \WestIndian Table Talk MIIVIIII g BBBBMM ora %  UI nt T BM i r IW*I %  ll(Ml K.l i tar staei ia II ... trail *,„. f m iuna n*> IU. >BU wnbliia,,, enW( %  in i-ia, r-a— .i %  MHIl -. -HI .. itaaBBjM .. at-, II rtarawaai BacrlBBBBai about, am M '• v, i > all %  II ^1 IMil i .4a.> bMM-4 now %  "ii i > %  ...-, .< %  .. %  !%  io-4a> nu a aga up auc. r BBM l" tvtl •' %  ' Wf——> 1 IWrawl • hl|> -I lap -pred MaHr ni"' %  • nKliia in '• ,. 1,4 ..I rUBaKBM 'riiiiia ., ,. Miiiuaii Baanaeh \nu, III^IKI ,.ti inarnvr aM* i rlan iwation* am oi 111 IlCtll IIKIHIMB -a M JANVABf n I iprlraln' i.. II %  up lo you lo i-ln.. u* at ac1l*> < a-r.i.n.njllv rn*rh • .. By UShJDONER I liavp furthei datalb of the Caribbean cruise to <* %  lilatlaalafcll by Ihr 26,100 ton liner fnipiai a !. She will leave the K in the New Year and will call at Barbados, Jamaica and Trinidad Thla erular will be followed by three others lo the Waat Indies, made from New York. Dacambai the liner goes dock for an overhaul Social Survey badlu BrtaO lg in BrlUUn on the invitation of the i to study social i* Rev. D. C. J. Bobb Minister from Brltisn tie Rev. Bobb, who ar.1/ itlon. To Bkakd nu Landi lO Qgoota—attendlm; major pariah inferencea In Corn•rall and %  atu rettei nig estates in Ixiidon H. .Mil spend Cuiatnua with %  .i %  M P' %  (iuesl M It. de Cordova, commandant of the Army and II Jamaica, was tin tjupst nl l-l. Col. Alan IfKlbbin, HP for East Belfast. Intkfl Ho i brTakallad thnt the Cadet Force's rwadouartara Bran blown down ouruiK UM rwcanl hurricane in leadguarters have been established, however, and %  i Braonnaj has novi raajebad 1.120—just 80 short of B^ THE WAY... By Beachcomber *TMU: lattaj 1 llnj paper 4-kinv iLvh..t luiii I r une ui piufTins. and why thoj BM trad l foilov,. || Dgra ai RMBI iba Utter I %  %  ling was %  are battar i-lucati'd | foo tot than thnt rituflna arv %  ..iin.it digest than th<'. mufllns TxpeiTs for those flige?.'t than Ai | ... %  food "• • ii, .. peg %  • a %  Th,, hl'IMJrul OfriLIOT-rOOT upon -ins ,,.,,.%  chamiata 1 •olVa all o thai .inwarneil .iH-ut th ubt p to thi B I M-ii the %  1 hum.it a mess fan. tinned ;-'!iaa-. \->t murh uw \ nCZNT row in .. billiwu asag apparent U eaused by "a man who used an 1. .nid hit the ball aidewnyv" It afBmmV .. %  in| | i Itlon '.f lln uitoriiiiiuib %  Ufluuli w..i of plawlng %  ta corkawews for cues, arm t.. cloth witli marine gtua R IsBUpiBM RENOWN SHIKTS— Plain (ol. (Tan. Ulue. While) $4.48 RENOWN SHIKTS—Plain Col*. (Tan. Blue (afftrvj J4J1 RENOWN SHIRTS—Plain Cl. (Tan. Blue. On) ) ••'' III SOWN STRIPED SHIRTS $3.12 RENOWN PTJAMA SLITS 87.24, $8.74 & SS.91 VEW YORKER SPORT SHIRTS (Tan. Blue. Gray) .. ;.s.'. EUTE SI A ISLAM) COTTON SHIRTS (While Only) $K.;i SKYSIKAPIR SIKIPLH SHIKTS $3.07 & 83.IR SLUMBERTTME P.Y. SI'ITS $5.21 & $5.28 i.am. \m\ p •. MU.UI M n.*.. Cfitiniia .ii.it> iih aaawr ui •Ixiuld n.imd oul U %  Bfln aflrr ham YOU BORM Tnlurr> n. mi-i lalant*. buMnroa ability, .hi.,to bt Sand f auMoor —tim. "%  gnat 'ini(. if SWU -..I BSrtnd.'i l John Mlltaai. froal patl IVuflaa r.irba okJ Jr actor In thcocktail txir I P I wan i wnjldn'l perl this. Be 1 Y U 1 had ra> !' ymi had %  I % %  said Vn.i Honesty Is second But I generally use ni% first ll gets batter afl I knowing D nj nonaj you want I might grow to love you I nough, up this question of. rjgdad it makes Well, pay loc the link*. I must be %  oins.*' "Yo u lid Foulev..n Odnh ol nawuni ll-Tiftisr Biota soft I w. lei'id o| (lie niphl. Mi .on. jried pour rronquil IiyHf [/pM Ma bad Hen, topped in i. aal rtpoae. A'ld snorftH(f (hroupri his nose Lie. ( %  ,.„ Pr*d %  M Boe M eeaaee —Itrillah OalaaM, relebrated hia 78th birthday It an ealle.1 that Sir Crawford wa member of the Commission sent to British Guinna in 11130 to vestigala the posatbitMie< lefugee settlement in UM BUad "Hire than 1S,000 mile b\ rail, lat, air on horseback and on foot to make his innuiiies. Since rotinm.'. Sir Crawford has found time for his fav%  "creation—croquet. Empire Builder 'oiigtatulation B tn ex-mayor < orneliiis John Townsend of Salford. I^ncaahire who has Just catobratad hli Golden Wedding Anniversary. B my J %  re thinking that the •jndj familial ihev nn' nm. Mr Townsend now 71 • earof age, hel|>*-1 \ A CO.. IllL'll HiOH.i St. Marine Hardens and at Greystone Village Well, if those alffntf BtfasaTfall mainiam (hri> pre.rni rule ml PruH"" (ki i. PfofHiMt Ihr lo.i eapcroncoi u-e %  H^P-ir< (rom Briwin. B p m From £T iL" 1 r,om ,h Bdilotw.. ULf l 'll H V.„.hn Thoma. T-lfcrna to pi. m, BroiDer'a SWAMP-ROOT can help you I MM U fjn KlUM^tiaO rob >ou ul all your pep' Thai wki %M %  FBneu help aep ibeir kidneys .-.'//>)ouk IWalapasBlOl Yea, miraculous AMP-BOOT will %timml*it and ./.JM j.iur kidncis' VWAMP SOOT I* ' %  fadUe, bcijuif kl nud> Irom herbs ll.. nldesi medi.ine in ihe wta-ld' .sw*na-aix>l helps you *..*/>beiause im liquid, ami rOBI K-lt arnorb* .i laalr.' DON i MI.I i> i ml a MI)M1 *.l t I1B. KlLkflBS > •pm-ii ii III^ \NV II n BaOHl • VN SWAMP-ROOT A PHOOUCI or KILMER a CO. € I O II I HI IIW S A III! l.aal Show ill! %  HI in ll MiKII I Hill I PUR ANCELI GENE KELLY rOMOBKOW A THI'lUDAY Ml A 130 f.M II \M III K 19 III \>l\ '"] ,ENE i IKKNI Y iHNFI. Wll.DF VOHDIK IMIIIIM HICARDO VnNTAl.l \'. Kal Ainu I I it : -ttaw. tWa, tod.j THE LION AND THE HORSE •CHBAri -ll-VIR .i.ti Whip %  M.ll M'd 4 rhar. i • a %  • Hill K1IIIM kjrOELI A IiilstO INI I % % %  !• %  • M ,111 BUDOI i OWN %  Mai tsiai FRENCHIE mr. spn..,t ija i 1 i EVANS Waul Thm. t ip a M an n> i i Lajap.i if* WAKNFJI K II tatUM II A V Rill I OH THE IOOSE DTAJBI A TAMAN S f*tRJL Laa H u Mi' 1 i t^ a %  p m -•II OOLBBa i-OVI' Iro <;oRC-m' *.' R"d • CAUniON I fOkT OSACt" IIO O BT 41 I III 4IHI S IIMI'IRI: SAMSON AND DELI L AH iTrchnicolori aunlna Reg] l^marr M.tiil DdMBSS L •II Kl I I I It* ROTAL Banri TM.I i.sa a ass DoublBln|f i %  %  .-iHV Olma JFAN Cinrrolof and 'S\KI aivra tO-riKABOl • at Ml H %  % %  v.\ THiiTtd... 4 30 a, HI HI M I III wnn W-d thai-, a Fit i 4 :a> at saa k-.'-i Baa .tv III.-.' VI I Ml With Knar, Herbel Wad a Tkwfi • a i %  -II I.Ill -Ml I III I Wnn Don Amechp CROSSWORD rT p B %  a* - r %  || • !" r | • %  i a H iui i .. ma .!. %  ... rriooa. ?*"' w al-aaiif A tsrui. so man) laa* op. fan.' a i-ai* DIM V^aif-.ar bnea BB aM 111 ine.udad pro>. i (limnt at a plan* Aimre. it>i in Marrii. it M'ii"i" w.th aaving grwrw. >n iha armal p i lorni mi 10. Oindaacdnti SSaU W "" %  '"' Bad sai-ti CMoaa (i She* Hi a p*n* aettlerruot H ... i •van •a-i,. ADVOCATE BRIDGE By M. Harrison-Cray ii. icr South I ..-I He.1 same A 10 I S '.Kin t K 10 i 4 .AKQJI W 1 : 6 J 10 l 7 MorUi Souiii •i-otttl a game m Room 1 but t ie r esun lost 700 points on U.is dca.1 from inaich MB] tmth taJi>.SouUi bid One s-aadr. W-L dowbled. NorUt %  •eOoBbled and Bast bid Two Th* farat aouth phM/ai 'Md the comam. err.it ul rebtddbag his suit and Ea.-WCM ware reprieved On .i %  nit that U Ukaly to be %  lefenee. U-BTat rule is to give the redoubter lie up'Jon of a petui.;. toubk* North ha> pnami-etl 'O siirwk aataUii and Spa*-: can be reWd J nocwaaary on a later round N,a-tai just mad* a Onal fpnteart of Tbrwe NoTnimpst for a aoorw of 400 in ttoom a he wa* allowi-d BM prtvlMaw ul douii.'.nK r.i Oafaa. ami w.wt 53 %  io' :nrnrowa matters by haMaBT wH* T*o Heaj-i.OOasWi by Nurtli for paoasaly of 1100 WHEN "COGNAC" is MENTIONED THE NAME HENNESSVS LEAPS TO THE MIND-BECAUSE HENNBBSTS IS THI BRANDY THAT MADE COGNAC FAMOUS. HENNESSYS THREE STAR V S. O. P. (over 20 years) X. O. LIQUEUR (over 40 years) STOKES • 8VNOE LTD-AGfNTS TIME TO BRIGHTEN Vm THE HOME!! I 8MLWCT TI/ISE s t: \RI. ) Varnrshr.. liMwieK. Paint*. Sjiidpswer. Steel Wool %  '.. % %  Platters. ( N pv Pans Sa Brer*.. Saueepana, Vol* and %  hampacne. Port. Sherr Cocktail. Pony WhiMo. Liqurur. Half Pint Cilaaaea TALKING POINT The question it fhla. Is man in ope or an anaW My lord. J dm on Ihe side -.f The anoeU. Disraeli. Refuse lo be III' rVeeer fell oewple you arr ill. Nevtr otm tf to vowrself —Letton Do your ahaaaUg foe Household Items early at i PLANTATIONS LIMITED aataaa*ag



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—— II I 8DAV. I.KlLMBKH a. |M2 ll\IIUAIHi> llltill V 1 I I'M., If not uvtd b l*lUon, Bleu* wi.l, lor i II:I. IIIMIK Wblch HikM "GOD'S WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" I. BobwU. Qospa] Book Ttoct Some*. 30 Outn] AY. BriiDi, MX Gums Bleed! Hlaodtn* Hum*, Bar* Mouth n1 UM T#th IOMII that ,KU %  ..,. ta*a STorrna*. Tranca South • paraapa MM Mkd flUaSaa that WIU •oeaar ar lalar cauaa your taath la fall oul aad may aiao -auaa lit lalUm and Haul Troubla. AmoaJ" i Oral tej %  was -ie.11. %  %  "NEW DEAL" FOR COLONIES aa4 a**a TOUT taauVar nwnaV ha."M rat urn of airtplr M ' ^LCOLDS The dual purpotc Inliibnt Rub. ApplifJi"iio'tri!-iif-hcvci catarrh KubbcJ into cheat, neck jri.lki.k il ci.c .ongcstivc (inidiitoni. KIPAK l: :,i'i QUICK relief ^et bad. anil ARE "NERVES" A SIGN YOU'RE GROWING OLD? Often M %  noddle liff. bounvra gel I •he acorpCa tbia u a aigo of age. But arht Ut yourself brcookBedgy. r J; i dowa—or to nervou* yea cry witboul MM o. f Cot t I Labour and Industry, and Mr. capital expend %  Adams, of UM I dos Bxecutrvt C I Mr. Gomes has %  trnaarju' nc^cd in II tut goodi.. but he |x>intet| out mod dollar pool. thai ;.n men ben "i Iba Ccaunoawealth mutt put tht-lr rMUIIHI into a common i 1 th BQclton, he mentioned | 1 ,, ,., .. ..... view must be takthe j. : IHU said that :• %  lems of the West Indlt those of all l -,pH a "'i' pn onl n 11 I lor prim.n> products and obtainUIUUKII the Of the l ii avallabM. inentary nnd then i i urnnt. "Our : %  %  %  '. with tha t'.K. and CaiwU." nd flu pftM ,muat be lor we arc anxious to combine OUT IBOf* |>nri,. %  it going to be selrUb : : a t*EF.D r-iajy. If'.CAtID ttOU PRISON Wltb MI I i SEA AND AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay i %  tmm \i rwaiH TH (itn LJ. lainix ivan SI M"v n IMBFR :*ni S Alcoa 1-lal.ln. INI t.>rva. RMB II r 'aitad to Retort Tnoaa I sl-1" M.tt.r aV . „ i t.i i/ kg u Dat '• %  ? lama. ""•ft C'aSUin C ,. ( .I,I.J la il, tta.nn Oa.ilurldtHi Mutlah a.M (,..,. i r v.\uii Maav ailrnenti ar.„..,... .1 t>y puo( nkiuil whi P/U0Tf£ may sfled daa whoa* mum. Skin rrapn. olOmT^ and trntauaa. aWpat rheamiatiam and pain/uP aK *C_ blood Miat-re TKa famoua mrJjur.r halpa SKIN %  rlraraat UM bkxal iiream of impunun and /-_.-. ,-, % %  • • yam tat and free from ineae and iuaila: ^^ all T i' f tbS ence, aoonon lc axpari Utrouab i'-.t the W": I %  '..n • the convertibility if iin i R were iDUnd pi %  j sterling freel> convartll dollars, wlUraul an> ; imposed h\ the 1 K *. this would ov> i most serious ecoi f.n ing the \'.that their trade with c being ruined by their InabUlt) to spend Tor themselves molt of the craUari ihej earn w ith ail, bauxite, iimtxi and other I induce. But before this • with any degiee id long-lei: Lb* worked lUt for the development .if the Commonwealth as R whole, b) CO.rdinate dollar spending in aact member of the Commonwealth. It is in IhU respect that the needs and welfare of tha OoaaRRIN'O NEW RKAl'TV TO Y(K HAIR At this Hntidny Season When >ou want your Hair t look its best. try A. K. POMADE ft will enable you ID dre.. yoqr hair easily in all the latest styles IMM ID U.CI WrVW/'< 1 Empire have %  > oeKltHted. slthough the CotonMI as a whole have inadi eontribiition t One of I I %  I •il.d to loOl ' tha %  taritnsj area u s whole. II i I %  %  ..ii M-.II a, but it i taped Lhs raallaa ... -earning potential of the Comri H ,i Wboll .tnHii rathe i i pin hai if sin with tha %  C'oininonweallii must produce %  l can be sold DM dollars foodsiuils. iiunii.i ores lirabat and rubber. A strong dollai exists r..i ihoae thlnajs; •' doe-i not exist Bar Hi, ..* if the i. I %  1'Hieenli •<' %  duslrles. II SOOM measure of reached at the Will truly be Hie haWlniklllg •i' piiiisliiiX In I %  : 1 them II 1.1 uming to i Industrial % %  %  i. lot the .ind the %  nawAS n aaa sth a>i4i .. % %  i ^> \ V Alt..',! %  %  I M.tii % %  iq. -i. N CukHHi. I.' Iia-a*. I. \e--i..l. II., I Uri nan* t>s-t'. %  11 w,n u N as *i.. ia.-• DM i c DavM J Wk, A Wiek. i. %  i.it.i,i.-ii.. i %  II II M*IIM-. • i it l*r ktaiualejaa—Of •< I u.iuia i H-sii.i i aai I \ Moulin ' *• K. I I i. I I %  P I i > Bale, i sj.nl I D Bojat %  %  : stptnfl the yotingei %  %  i i women i mpfra lomatt I ft i DELAY m Mini. i .s/ iwuw;}; i.. VaMfaajaas %  0 frem i-.. ; I %  I' ,l! %  mats are being l %  a, i I i reported thai IL Jin. thi impend ina Irong mall I Adeeb %  %  I .P. %  Barbados Co-Op Cotton Factory )howroon1 It's rooking and ii.il.in.; lime . we have new 2 St 3 burners from $2287 a single burner at S7.3G nnd ovens from S10.31. KEROSENE}! OIL COOKERS i:..i.M Pan* £ BBaaTaaag Bowls ^ %  *••* I /J y and everything *J LJ] to make Xmasi lime in the S kitchen really *J worthwhile * Ibday'i Caai 1 NaVPV dujiosilio" i bt" U n„i. an I.IN 0| i-J0.000 Lon l The irue airasara a] lo live N.i). ifour Msetora. 11 S3.40 S3.95 54.90 $4.00 n IPtef iign 1'rici. from S2.SH I" SC.T2 BOYS SHIRTS Plain ColuurK and Fancv Design; Irom 11.90 lo $J07 & .N:% SEA ISLAND SHIRTS For Sport and Dress Wear From -: !u -..II I.Vi:KY SUBCHASn <• A '"OK Of JOHN WHITE or K BRAND SHOES UUHINC THI MONTH OF DECEMBER WILL AUTOMATICALLY HAVE A > NISG, wniinr; A:.Y FURTHER I I A "HUMBER" CYCLE COMPLVTS WITH ALL ACCESSOl HARRISON'S — Dial 2664



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I'M. i rm R HUIRWMIS MlV. Ilrcrmhrr 9. 15Z CAPITAL rogran in Bar-' badon >i< %  ."pmcnt of the natural and, human n % %  < %  island. The u: I that living standards can be improved*by actions of government • • %  ii.lnyment and a decent i possessed a social conscience is due la ignorance. Nothing has contributed more to the entrenchment of such ignorance than the contantion 01 Karl Marx and others that capital is radically opposed to labour Orthodox economists define capital as "that p.;: which is accumulated : i ( i assist future production." Today when the governments of the West Indies arc anxious to attract capital investment in order to create greater employment opportunities the sooner that the misconceptions spread by Marxist propagandists are given the lie the greater will be the opportunities for economic development i that capital is inimical to labour is so easily proved false that it could only l>e accepted by persons with no understanding ol political economy. Capital can ol course be used selfishly and can lead to great social evils such as that created during the industrial revolution when the gulf between wealthy employer and poorly paid employee became so wide and led to the emergence of a class system so distinct that Disraeli was right when he spoke of the "two nations" of England. Class distinctions of that kind have never existed in Barbados and could not have existed because of the predominantly agricultural economy of the island, v in recent years that the growth of an intelligentsia united in its contempt for those engaged in trade has created a new class which is very conscious of their difference from the ordinary rnan-m thestreet Tlu truth about capital is that without it, there can be no increased production The same may be said with justice about labour. But whereas labour can be selfsufficient in a primitive society in which nd not money is used, in advancing communities no material progress can be made without the assistance of reserve funds A man creates capital when he produces more than he consumes: and the capital of a country represents the surplus of production over consumption. Had those who amassed huge fortunes during the UHh century spent their wealth on enjoying themselves there would never have been available the immense capital resources without which the railways and other major developments could not have been completed for use by their and subsequent generations. Had wealth been more equitably distributed and therefore consumed in the 19th centuryour standards of living in the 20th rentury would have been much lower than they are With all its defects and social blemishes the capitalist system of the 19th century underlined a lesson which all countries must respect viz that savings and accumulations of capital are necessary* in the interests of the whole community Today throughout the greater portion of the globe high rates of taxation are making H more and more difficult for saw accumulated. Capital which used to be invested by private persons in many countries of the world is being spent in an unsuccessful effort to maintain individuals at the standards of life to m-hich they have been accustomed. The consequences of a spendir.. are already apparent. Whereas' the mil! *r.* %  rids population are demar : • .ndards of living there I enough savings in the richer countries to be attracted to capital development %  ed countries of the world. Not many people realise h money is required to create one job in industry. In Canada the "book value" of asm tsl -nsted at S5.50Q (Caradiar i) per worker In tn ment costs, however, the can| necessary per worker has been estimated at the much higher figure of (9.000 (Canadian) Capita!, whatever the authors of social polemics may call it, is used in commerce to express the --•d by the merchant, manufacturer, or trader in carrying on his business, in the %  cturc of art* .. tod in the payment of wages and labour. Capital thus defined In commerce includes not money only, but also buildings, machinery and everything else that is employed to assist icrcial operations. One can be very sympathetic towards those who are impatient to secure decent Irving wages and high** living standards fur all. There must be very few persons born in Barbados during this century who have not. experienced poor living standards some time during their life and there are thousands still living under deplorable conditions. But approach to greater prosperity can only be made if everyone of Ul realise! 'He basic %  pital is a product of human labour saved fur production, and directs his labour to produce more than is consumed. From A Frt*c* To A Slave* Society A lectm%  gives at Codnngton College on Friday but *.., Hoyoa. M.A.. Benin Master of the Lodge Sri l p labour. %  the smalt farmers were 1*.n,.i,'"reed of? thl*i i. m*ir placet > H f>y*\t* ...use.The tU !itcr and j loal .aiming his son b > thousands of African riavei. Men Of I'roperlv .t n lo save In the early days after the howls, but sent out ships to envais did the Litgt*ts of the day settlement th*prevailing society force the Kjng"i auihoritv m the contend that no en.who owned in Darbelos was simple U . land*. The Barl3 ''' 1 '" £* Milr> should be Its population consisted mainly badiaru a %  > ld IO m* of white mall farmer iiapubUcan *>'* |UU ma -.:,eir relentowned a few acres each, and OSjUse The ton monweaBh passed < %  %  evince. The holdings of white indentured servants who the Navigation Act of 1651, for,V"* n mrn "555 swallowed up and to continue it. 2iJSsTlJ U J2.*.^ f SS?J; tobacco and cotton—Peasant crops It was a aociet.v in which property •aUgYtes and seek their fortunes in such places males. Surinam. St, Lucia and other W I Island. Gradually the island lost its rtattts as a virile colony and beean f In the words f Professor HarU. a polititalb unimportant rjgar plantation. owned by absence proprietors -id worked by Negro slaves." Barbados tort the health and rta' its early days and bedring ion And Coleridge was widely distributed Nearl; half of the population owned some land and thus had a stake in the country, Bi the main, the people who owned the land in small lots were Englishmen and the Indentured servants were Irish and Scots. The latter were transported to Barbados during the civil arse period and the troubled time in Scotland and Ireland. The condition of '.-. indentured servant was often quite pitiable. The Negro slave, who came afterwards, was also to suffer from the inevitable results of servitude But the male slave who was bougT' was the property of his owner for life saM 'he was sensible, would try to see that his investment went as far as passable But the white serv %  I T a limited period and at times his employer would try to get trie most out of him he could and the result could be disastrous to the servant Still the profitable latter had the consolation, derued T the African slave, that h- j. •* e secun the pasta* ,r ....... Laying The econorny of the island in WIUJI the Dutch. Baa '• %  -• aw si l ..-.-:::;. .ana those day, was .seenUally a could not let ahVog-soXnsS^E *"? *** ***** <* P"*"*"* '<* peasant econorny. Land was widewithout makang started w~>tr*tj ?Jf2L n 5fl 1 1 ,' : I"' 1 .— 1 *? d ttatUndwa. theb-of *-*+,._**_• pe riseaaent b, SaTrefc, + !" *XTC> -^ were not repressMed. by the osstbrea. free fnMitulfum if cd m f "1 *'" ** *** *£* .. %  •. % % % % %  % % %  • ^ ;.%  : .":-•;•; %  •: >vsafls Uui Their migration from JJ^T,*,,^?! *j?! h _^**i/?: to increase the cultivation of sugar England to Barbados was only "*** *•* Uberuea and pnvikees.^ fc^ ^^y shown J he part of the vast m o veme nt which fo -,*_. ^ Ih m to — ti— planters the insecure foundations Two 04*'_.nc.:.t BMD —Codrington and Colendae— wt i g;eat part in aavtag the island from the penU and insecurities of a slave soc4et>. the Leewards Islands. Codnnftoa, saw tne urgent need for economic reform At a time the LeewanU. too. c Wow at the capita \ HOTO* brought countless men and women Barbadians B*se foundaUons of the British Empire an-j ;•* Ceaas M easM send out an lmpres,ve squadron, with two thousand slave society They went :ear of a possible revolt f the stave* and *•.U n drove They were driver. command Hlf !" "£__f*> b . I*nlhs the OH World by political and of Sir George Ascu*. to reduce tcdnns^ rwsed h.j voice against persecuLon and In the the Island to jubmmion. New World they sought to that era* :e intimielssy. cr.ppWng West lie protested the freedom that had been den i thean at home Men. who had made left their country to from tyrjnr.y. place the greatest emphasi_ self-government. The inhabit r MS5I) had reached of Barbados and the Caribbee *?"" ,r 3 iH"ughby was inIslaii'is Iik those uf th cho,<-n b < ""f r -H '1?, t d A people, whov •> %  of lit.w.< ,-,.. ,. 'he *",'"" ,l """ n d f";^ to stron(ly rooted in ownenhip ol c.ubli.l.. . h !" '•>• eoMoUUon. or Ihe land, would imisl on %  > of Independence him that Willoughby was inH !" h^ !" duced to corr.c to terms The ^ u,,na i" s trrm l great victory the Barbadians had "£r\" d *V "* "JS won. although they had to submit ^_*_ l0 *!" PJ'Vha of Agn i , n u'"ceed in ,iw pi ild be the first itep to freedom Yet though he was frustrated during] his term uf office in tl.% at a later %  fleet to hi* tli* ( nd he was to \n-)t-.i of having bodies of men :r.iined to help in the great task of improving tlu* i material condition of es and the Indians In the Caribbean. Th< value of his bethe freeholder* in the island list on a measure firmed by %  ,?.,?Vh* w -From early times sent. 1 *' n ** d J"vS* in the island were ment Still more -striking was ,„",??„ ,ul Lea U in uie iiiano were mnn n;in UHHT irting was .,__ „.,-., .w. A ~ ,,.. _* ._.._ aceu^onwd u. return rbjhu in lb. amirance (Jven ... Iheit elr .uemUie. 11 only ">" Uvtni In Ih. !" ^'JT-MSSI'S Ihereio,.. mat. hrn '-)"> all tne „ s ht> of Enrlithmrn ?5jJ" •" 'Jf "i"| !" Hew H.-le, e.bl„ed IKe J" tllStta.^ on^B,?' ."". ""utter.,. n'oV l.T. bad been Ottt P.iliamtol in tne uland. the \'"' lh ""~ %  m P M •" B f %  f,,il„ed by uahnvaU In Brtttah "" Au !" '"iu, Th e ptnphet, of despai Thai wat rcfnarkablt The "" :m 'bat emane X ripaUon would brlnf disastrt and and Ute ralUnr of tb firft Houae prev4-d I • n rolonltU "> %  ' hr Btlliah West Indies would r revolt fion .' \'-r'.:..'> Haiti's example by extet* 'lating the whites and settinx black republics. But Colerldee was the man far the < i. succeeded acalnl. tremendou odds in establishing the Chutch as an Inteiratins; force in these communities and thus warded off the threatened i*til ^. ^. Enxland nvora than a hundtcrl Of course the per:, .od.it has been the House of AaaemMy was lira,c |, ln ri ., mm (rom ly due to tne fad U.a! the sttat Ayacue weir latet taken note of Issue of parliamentary foyertiw ,,., Amentan cjonlats and meat was at time being fought Ih,.'. \,:reemer.t out In the Mother Cojntt. In ci.iwn up in Batbadoa In 165? 1640 the English PatiiamenUtuins wee to give snap. had won a notable victory when can Declaration of Independence ..... ... Charle. decicVM to end his period 1> I.atefundi. Ferdidere of personal govetntnen. and call That . U>> ll I The lectutet concluded by a parliament It waa fortutuste in lh early day. after It. settleporting the thesis of Professot that the yeat aftet H.wlev esubm !" " : '%  •*"• community Harlow that broad actes desttoyLrfsed the Hou of Aase-mbly the oJ- h?'*" '*• ", B .Y b ", d !" ," %  "£*,? 'Hfe Erurlish Pariiamect won bssZ 'reedom that came from the troye-l ancient Rome There ..... .'."'..; ., i. i eouM b* no d iM lb.1 rnrbadi A^ahl. w„a..^...^.rt£*f •*"*' h"" brought from the days when proper!, was widely Aaaembly would not nave succeed, .t^.f., ( dlcutbuMd. when something like •d UI1U%  . h ,|, of the population owned the island were animated by the \ Complete ( halite of land and thus had aplnt of Hampdcn and Pym as a stake in the communi'. strongly as their fellow-English But before ;. democracy was real because it enui..->ns at florae. gradual chat.:' i actor was baaed on a firm economic Thy Spirit Of Freedom foundation. Thorc could be no The English freeholders weic l '' r '' "' clinibt that whelf the small holders Boon aatain to ahow their viamr 1 ' '' forcrd ou' * existence and an? ItlTsssasasUsel^ten tT^*SV thang.-d Ihj capitali.l came on the 1 w .?*Z%SZ m ?. ,i2 "-" %  Tl '•'•'"" %  '-• "' law-tne that the condition of the L_"if ^!T „.. ... •"* production of mo. atttactIsland, though its national wealth !?£-£', 0l.*£2'*lV!ZZ\ ' "" 1""<-<1. became unhtgjth) AmetKa. temalned guunchly by bjtge plan: Horn I-.tge scale and unstable BOOM DAYS UiNDLII IKE I From IIKNHY LOURIK WASHINGTON. DESPITE all the troubles ahead of him in the world's biggest job. President-elect Eisenis feeling happier today. Not because he has managed to gel score down to the low eighties while on holiday at Augusta. Georgia. But because one of his top advisers. 57 year-old Walter Williams— a banker who may be his first Commerce .Secretary—paint ed a rosy picture this week-end of ar economy that would bring still greater prosperity and an even better living standard to American*. BOSLEY CROWTHER. 1.1m critic of the New York Time*, predicts that uq Bin selected a iho year's best will have to surpa&s "The Sound Barrier." • • • HOW LONG does it take a woman to clean her house* Mrs. John Immer. whose 37year-old husband, a professor at Washington's American Vniversity. is going lo tell the : Britain how U) lV> time, says her housework takes four or five hours at the most each day. Behind Professor Immer's trip, which is being paid for by the Mutual Security Agency, is a visit he made to England with his wife two years ago. They were irked by the old-fashioned equipment of their rented house and the unco-operative ways of their maid. They re%  r,:anised to such efficiency that the neighbours came running for advice. • • • HOLLYWOOD'S "Television City". ; %  .15.000,000 (i: 12.500,000) dollar rival to New' York's "Radio City." home of the big broadcasting "-unpanies. was opened with the usual Hollywood flourish. The new "City" is said to be a first-class fort and shelter in an atomic attack. The buildings can withstand gamma rays, heat radiation and concussion from atomic blast. MOTORIST thought many of their problems were solved when a year ago the New Turnpike was opened — an almost straight 118-mile highway without one intersection. The last word in safety construction, its speed limit was fixed at 60 miles an hour. This meant that to many motorists it seemed a good place to hit 90. But today a 25-mile stretch was closed because in the fog—nothing to compare with what hung over the S' ath of England this week-end—40 motor cars crashed on it, killing two drivers and Injuring 3.'! other people. Tonight the road was re-opened but plastered over the 60 miles an hour signs was a new regulation: "Maximum speed 35 miles an hour." • • • INTRIGUING statistics ;ire advanced for a new drive lo improve the country's roads: because of traffic jams Americans lose enough time daily lo make up a fortnight's holiday every year. And C. E. Wilson, boss of General Motors, estimates that 60.000,000 people driving to work and school lose a total of 20,000,000 hours everv daw • "•' • STILL ANOTHER new use for plastic. Dentists are experimenting with it as a filler. It is painted on layer by layer with a small camel-hair brush The Americans got the idea from German scientists who discovered its value while trying to find a substitute for gold fillings. AFTER eight preliminary operations doctors in Chicago ate now ready to go ahead wiih their daring scheme to separate Siamese twin boys joined at the top of their skulls. The twins, bom just over a year ago to Mr. and Mrs. R. Brodie, have separate blood and nervous systems. They are otherwise healthy. and in crawling push each other in opposite directions with their heads. Which gives them their two nicknames Yale and Harvard after the two rival universities. Jl'T M |M K I'KI I'M' ITIONS KuKr^-a. B?sTl -r \I.IIi it,) M. sohsaarn te ra wO Ua" THF. WINDSOR PHARMACY Fmr all GAMBE&S. \ K.I I X It I I l.AHIIKN MAM M A Fcvsaer -ipl-ci tWm sou ana worked and Aateied ti %  i'nl* pound. LHHIMmE A liquid manure put up ... 14 Pint JJ.tUe* at M eenla BetUe Mix with waier. Weak il To.iSBJon.al to 1 Gallon 01 Medium (2-3 ,. .,1 • Strong (4 .. .. I •• ••• When applied by watering pot does Ml burn the foliage. 1 mPw 1 0 For use with your Compost Heap for convening the wasl materials of your gulden into Manure. IS i. ni, a pound. WILKINSON A HVYNES CO LID. Successors To C. S. PITCHER & CO. Thonr .?. 4U7 BIX KM ITU STOKE* B.B.C. IIADIO \OI I H II Sliouii aoii^ejd iK.u.ai' cricketer*—or cricket fans — S i k l World XI to plar against .i BBC programme in Ihe coming week \ou can hear ..f iwo *uch World XI puked b>-I>enrit Batchclur and the other l> N.viile Cardus. Neville Csirdutv the wurld-famom I itar—he is also equally famous as a rm-.ii: critic — reviews DenI Bauheloi".publuhed 'Book of Cri.kv!' uti in thi* talk takes up a challenge put out by Mr. Batchclur In hiS book. In his book Mr. Batchelor. with remarkable courage, ae> lectetl a world 'Team <.f centurr/ thai n. since 1900, for sfessMaeas Eng '!in-.en — Habtw. Ii impton. Tale. I„ Brood and l.rkood; four ^utrjlians Bradmn. Trumper, Oldaeld and Mailt %  ; and one Wwt I Worrell. Taasta are all the winter t-veningn for everyone to point out a Cardus oi>liKmel at Lord's In a ( NetUk < Haia* wiu U the Miii-Week Talk ii tin g nt 10.15 p.m. It will be beamed to u> m the 31 and 49 mc'.i. bands and can aa*0 be heari — this will probably be the best rccep:hf 41 metre b.ind. The frequences of these three bei__ aie respectively. 9.58. 6035 and 7 185 lor 7.150) megacycle*. Tlays From London Three radio play* are available I • BBC UitSMn In ihc coming week—'His Brother Keeper' by John Wyae on Tuesday at I0.JO Mb Or, Absjrnsjthy' by Allda Bumay and Hi.dolph de Cordova IHI Friday at 7.45 p.m. and Wind on tbsj H-'.'S. I> Ronald Adam in 'Radio Theatre on Saturday. 13th at 8.90 p.m. Our Readers Say; Si. Jn9'i>h i hui" I To The Editor. The Adrocaie— sni i %  bill bf mfsrful you will allow me to make an appeal throurh vour paper on behalf of • 1 m St. Joseph. ;i our good %  al Bathshc'i).!. la h.lp us iv-c %  are W Ml %  air from U •pairs are lu'uiii ba tlnished i*i We are ui-imnipnilr U should %  mp. Tho %  D aiaUtl from ih Vi Ir) We shall be glad lo raise sufficient from this appeal lo pay the labour — which last weak amounted to 847.10. Thankinf you in anticipation. .:v slncerel>. iu \i.iF.r. Rector. Si Joseph. NINON-^-xquMle gosHamer silk in plains, SM.02 and flowered. S8.72 SHARKSKIN—2-lone and in plain. S2.74 and S2.24 TAFFKT.A—a colonrlu\cly selection for Christmns DaCosIa & Co., Lid. totals Are Hostile To DM NEW YORK Doubt, cynicism, and even hostility are developing .n America Inwards the United .Nations, said Dr. Ralph Bunche. UNO's trusteeship director, tonight. Dr Bunche is an American N<-gTO Bod A trained diplomat He won the Nobel Prize for his peace-making in Palestine. He admitted that the American people's "initial hope and enthusiasm" lor UNO arc "evaporating." He said: "The attituuV of Americans is much leas a source of strength to UNO than it used to be. But UNO is stronger today as an instrument of peace than in 1W6." Dr Bunche added that the Americans' -volatile and fickle" attitude rises and falls with each change in the Korean war He defended the patriotism of the 2.000 Americans working at UNO's headquarters Another United Nations official I about 20 Americans are involved in tlul" S Senate's anti-Communist probe at '' N quarters, and this |i one of the "harassing factors" that drove Secrelary-tleneral TrygVC Lie to resign. r^fahf* Chickens Ducks UQUEBS Drambuie ( h-irireuie t uracau hut,in,..| Cha-rr., Brand* <>old Braid Ram 3 Year* Old DBCBMBa SPKCIALS Hal. Kelrhup 7'.. or. 24e. ea. Nut Roll I5e. ea. Carr'* CTarkrr* I '.'a j„f Ho <"arr'i Blsculto Short Bread i per akc. Nu Milk Almond f'risp* shrnn* Frnlt Puddlms 5Sr. per Un I 111 < H TIIESF %  i \ K Bakery l<"r ( | (run i iM 5100 each I'liim Puddlns:* $2.00 m h Jl ST ARKIVII) siirnnp* frum Bung Kant 1 •• 1 lb pkes Malvern* hoc. Iti-.uiU MaUirn* Pig Biscuit* Phone GODDARDS Early



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TUESDAY, DM I MRrR I, US, B\RB.\IX>S \l>Vli( \T1 PACI. rixi Electrician Acquitted Of Conspiracy Jury Instructed To Return Verdict In Accused's Favour f >'• 38-year-old elKlrician of Bnd S eKoad. Si Michael. ... acquitted of two chi or attemplini: lo pervert the course of justice on Mav 1 and April 4. by makinii it appear that Stanley Bryan and re witnesses of the facts relevant to a •' him Hiwas acquitted after His Lordship "V "" 'ustice Mr. J. W. B. Chenerv beforo Children's Annual Exhibition GERMAA SHIP HRIXGS C \HGO OF FOODSTUFF l Months For Manslaughter %  M(II1 — ART A|. OHfe ) *ear at the H Museum there u an of art. utrvdlework ai crmfU by Khool ch prizes and certificate* ate award. cu This year's prize list Is ai • ^i^&falZ3Em7SZ BSSTSSSL O?T£! *"""uihy. peel. Si. James was vesterdav ut ;.sented bv %  > then. Massiah and he went M-ntencod lo 18 months' Impelsffc WaJcott yc. associated to Mr. Nilea and had an inier' nment. Earlier this sessions SarI W. Barrow, vie* with him. When he left want was found not guilty of when Mr. v.. V. Rrecc. Q.c. Mr Niles' orhc* he saw Myles murdering Arnold Hope, his comsol:citor General closed the case standing on the pavement. mon law wife's step father, but ho Crown alter callinu four Didn't Receive Monev of committing manslaughter on A tl .aid that MasMah ueVcr*av*turn an *"*"* 22Before sentencing h.m had been conspiracy. JST^r dSTteMSr ttU !"\ H Lotd^P the AettM Chief would have lo be corrobo„.J„\u' ? \ tell nun Jua lce Mr j w B .Id be no case. •* %  ""* lo U xhrr on ,v 'id thai he could r.ut hide even from himself the noi n "• '* before anything person fart thai the material witm%  had broken down even belon? ll V. ; l.ii the colony on Si;i foodstuff I.. ilic hlind Tii:'et' thousand, six hundred bags rt Hour and 1.850 bans of onions were the main -'* bags | Aft II •< John -.1... •Malar i*i Brvnda Daniel Oa*tas* IM Mtm*t#t Piiat Oua.n %  CUaa> Ale IS. ttutrti'i Aa> IS •a ,.,-.-* of eogna,-. # %  ; ,.,..-. < i %  case* of mill 80 bags of Peail barley, 40 barrels of salted mackerel. 18 case;; of hams. 28 case* of c..lined meat. 2d crates of cabbages and a s'.up( advertising Captain W. Bahr is in i %  H P Musson Son A. I I.IM-HAL xi .... Larceny Decision Reversed cross-exam inMmn D QM ens. prcsjttl id&hip told the Jury that • % %  no court could aOr, a Jury to deanyone for raoney and if Massiah liberate iUj given him any money II" nvtted than ha would have informed on him. rdtet of not guiltv. Orcai examined he said that Th| s vei wbsjn iiaatfafe approacbad bin oa '">•*• •"" %  € % % %  %  I M (Bryan) tried lo convey the imI to e ive evidence. Me aid preaaion th.it he wai not %  .1 lo the rt. 230 Bradshaw brought Mas. police siah to Ihe Bridge Pol; and three ch %  licensed firearm, two having unfhecourt laid lhat undoubtedly thi l Wi..l. II..I. Air I*. It.Mir. Ma %  %  .: M .. I..Ill.4t,. e II D AMttStt, A*V II CumbrtHooeura kn it. A .nd Mi. A. J !! II tfi arrival on tU, Judsfes of th r A the Alroa Planter rl Court of APIMMI | i %  M vibo imposed A I young ol .Miing. st John foi i lanllty therefore not pass as long a len of Imprisonment on him WouM normally do I for Sargeant Was Id: C. Hu-bandv 9 MONTHS imilllH H H.l.l.i-lil^ -. >.-.-:. ,i WU lU Austin of st. Utoy to nln tl prtsonment. Austin ruul earlier mouFht Mas. Police and save a statement eon. ""*"'""""" %  >' %  >'•• •;•<< s-.ation cerning the case He had aweii '" tbe ouion &•*** *"' h : Charge, were brought , rur?.bou? .??S ^^iJS^nmlS^i^^K i, one, having an un,.., % ,, im ,unava* MJU ,t, Ulth lnlent on Baathel Boyce b> -> having unSTL^^uSV.' 1 ^ d her with a hammer on %  %  I attempting to Brathwalta. i;,h had been Craaaexamined ha charges n I 1 September 30 this year. He I said he could not remember Before sentencing him His If he told the Pollca Magistra'e Loi-dshlp said lhat It was difflthe ,hat Mr N :, v ''^" h,rn •*•*•• ru,! '" conceive how u man <-t Ing about the case, his character had allow .--i Un When he wcni to Mr. Niles J " *0 ">1icl Ihe injury m n e he had s.ild that ; l •^• iU 1, M vl, s w " no present, outburst of passion He had been Frank Masaiah was in the I to *•• "' ^" b> "'* em P lo y "-' when hi .ai Mr, NUaa, Mr. Nile-, read one to ' l b v P"f another o. i %  („• was him. y >r if 'i. If Massiah had given h.m the Stanley ltr>an . a 20 he would ha -table said thai on May 2 he was him and given u lo the Pobc at N. B. HoWi Mratt, When ha HW Massiah the day &. v.her* he workad when Massiah the Inal he asked him what bad 3 YEARS IN JAIL came to him about 7.15 p.m. and become of the monev. — t" fjlva He had told the Magistrate Vcrnon Kinch a mason of Silver case. tnat thc d:iv „ f IhP lr)n he hap Sands, who was found guilty %  pencd to be in iourt fei %  ' "'* '" th c sessions of atular reason. tempting to blow up a dwelling triet. both al. He still, howbail to send him lo prltOn, t \VL 1 \r", though he would be lenient Aulin had been represented by Mr. J. E. T Branckei < .1 r..rt ...a. r I KIM. AS* u. •%  K. M MaMifv, Aav l Caiiriin.i I MSkSH • aid t .:• .1 Ae met* achool aasan ^^ 19 rodrwiiiKfi H'ari 1 risen in.oiM nurh IM sraMl.i r aUbb. A.. it. nati.a>,L.-. MuMutn ami I Art II... 7nd A C Tunpln. Air 11. Baiba doa MuMutn and HuiMtal *oAn Dfparnnant CUM IJaalar). II""" ralalMM Btly Cib*iMlcti. Aai> II Alex•iMlra Oirla' School. tiainaai r Kril Air I*. Raitodo* Muw.m and 11 Art lU liarli.i.i:! Volaml Banni.lrr Air 14, QtMPfh'n faMsaa r.ut. %  i -engwra. 1 %  : thfl A'eo< I'l nirr Thorn Ltd KICK FROM IK. The 87-ton schooner it ii Idaaa arrived Robert -k Al* II. St rehN 10/fro> \ 1 litlin M with a shlpmcnl In Item of lb IChBB n %  %  i, lhP n ,. %  .. out of n ti i . . .. What Y"ung sa' Thr.%  !. %  %  M.rian Belle Wolf • ih. I u. in.H smith and i aaal at i n liiiti-M %  %  h a 1. urei ol Hothei .\alklng bohil 1 I I %  %  CHOONI RI I \\ I be basjan %  tan and be ctiaaad him t rwners' A Oim nirARii iti s vrroiiMoRK aal.gae vaih 1*1 Dam*. Claikr A 10 atrkv School Snd M.I.I Pl.krr. A| Gal. glMll aastgsu. CW sl.il IM. Sliriu Hu. Matuuaa OlrU a.tiool i e oo gt abta lhat him, Massiah MatllirI ItMl r*ntl>U Maltl.rw %  lair Pirt %  •< %  lold him he htm sonic assistance He asked him what was tl hi i Massiah) had bei-n """ """'' ,,., Webster and other charged with ad rt.plini; to shoot When M .i.. %  %  ., |, Ml ns by placing explosi\. I > "V utul.T the bouse ..n August School; Ki'fused i: T n n. had followed him 6 this year, was sentenced 1 < *' Hat that h* was an while he was tft Ih* three year* penal servitude by %  "**•."[,,,„, Island constable and could do Police Station. WhllO hi wag IMVHis Lordship. 1 was £ecause M hc' ta^n ? & £ ^SS^JSTJK ***&& h p C ,ec a e^l ffRS U9M ^*££^*&J*pi paper out of his ..aalaal^J *" ^fcgL.,} t^ 'haracler. but had allowed thing to him ami tod h.m liharcd Massiah ,.,n„>aratively simple matt., .. Manlahl would aivu him Acting Police Mr. BO derange his Judgment as to hTgave X. te him" £ %  • " U| " *?> M "> S ? ,nk S" p Li l H^' "*S He asked h.m when tbe monev h? d'*arged Frank Massian of fence for which in some counwould be paid and h c said durthe charge of attempting to distries he might be sent to coning hearing of U <.,ld 'large a loa led i centratlon camp for life. It "' Massiah that $20 was no money *-verts*. M>lr said he knew diftleull to %  liktd him how manv other Maslah for about sM months, In with the enormity of Ihe offence, he h^d in the ea>, He the aarly part of April Massiah but he would be as lenieni aa Massiah said three or four moro, aakod him tdgiv* evidence lb* the cireuinslances permllled him. Mylas, Pranklg Waltha and anhim. He asked him whether he ha i ,,VATIH*I nKFFViF ian called Chariia sai andh* i i hot they WW ^ T K ^'w wtB the itatemant Mas s i a h arafa not pioper one*. Massiai Ethan Brathwntte (18) and %  %  him. he was I i gld he would give bun 14 or \* Dentil Hauls (17) of Brill SI lencf that h e was on Jordan's,, took him to M< Hill who weneai lie. In 1-i.ne accompanied b) ; ; -, ., found guiilv <1 eoinimU HK nil whether be (Mjrlag) W*S one f in nnnatoial otTencc on S.-pteinffl Maiil.la* M K I, • I Mr.nr. Clement. AaT-iniiai Aa> \.u^ at. IVI. Other queen f .i st. Vli cent ih. VUa r f sslai a %  i.....i 'ilpha f.n Bt. I v..s. I AlhelbrmH. which left Im %  ( X.belbr.M.k irrtvi rl ll was %  i %  %  %  IhCI Vi I eptlon ol viiieii.io.ik which is i . %  Own. it Ion, Young appeared as if he i When lie fatal saw the two me.' A-' about 29 fe*l behln' %  %  %  unsatisfactory .1 ; tvould b* hlghl) %  '. %  illng lb ......Ii:..I,. ...->,. Walk st ivirr Olrla' School. ASe 1* 14 %  assaau I CSV*, Aa* 14. SI Pvtar-l Otrl-' Mrhoal A*i -Ih.. N.adlxa.rh 1.1 V Jo-dan and Y. ChaadrSt, A.H SI. PtWi'i Olrla' School In* St IVler %  ii MMhis sND i 04 OANI I OIL I %  r ...II 'I'll. it from the bvKin tilng the else appaarad not lo h U tra WII to Irs %  < %  %  ,, t My. ""'• (rl ,•> to glV' Young the heiu-tlt of the doubt. 11(11 Ml OVr.at HAVnil lakbladlM M....I .-Ichoul I .'Hi Jordan. As* I B. HIS** Skltuol n-RArrs Aa* II Hlark a*** (..' M I Salm %  H; drum ol oil and SO bat** • %  < %  school.. t 450 bag* %  i mui ma il. 8h< i . darday, Mgncd to the Behoonai Ownoi i[ c ... Aaaoel itloti woiiuit rACHT i n 44-ycnr-o' i %  ( .1. • HI | i |ullt) at troun i ii. it. on 1"* id. b] i tiffing hai on Dat I Hi before His Worship MI I m I. Ml* Ol -ii i ii %  'hen l.i say he i M l the witnesses. Massiah said y und Mr. Nil. i i ter 22. %  tenced to null months imprisonment with .'avc "£m'monev hard labour yesterday. I. HI and";: o1-a-s Ihe man a t "*' M "' u i*d he UU never paidI to gin.evidence. It ni)1 inU n d giving any e, t know vou Throw -wav wa ,boul a 30ucIock : siah agreed to nuel him by ih those i and %  t. wo:k ; !;• %  was coming out of Ih.-Sp.uk. Sl 1( Ht|p bv)I Massiah did nol rnd that he (M went Tmlor S,:PP wh, n ^ MW Massiah com e. On another occasion Massiah ihrougn way riding ..long Tudor Street, it was agre e(i lo are h'm but did not cornhome. uw Massian stopped and apxhl ^ cither. bout 9.45 proached him. Massiah said he had i 'clock Bryan saw Massiah in ihe witnesses bul did nol think they Mylti a* ihe lasl witness to court yard and hc (Massiah) were reliable and asked him give v told hln %  it Mr. Niles whether he could kive evidence. Mr. WalestU SSkd that from ihe the ban io-.ee him. He told him that he knew nothm* evidence the ea-e should nol go i Bryan asked Massiah when Mr. of the case. Mavinh asked him n the lory. • him and he prcond time to give evidence and His Lordship Invited the Jury i-> said if he were not busy he could he agreed to do so, though he d.l return I verdict of not guilty. a in IH>al I tan— n-m Altars*, A** Huh 8eho.il. Haws l.i Ami iinv Kdaai.1. % %  %  %  na.Hll.n A. H II..... months lo the sum of t'> i IM ii lav.. ofdl r..l II %  /. \V f The hue hi li be paid In If ot %  m ntl %  • %  %  •.." : hour. All. itr, Ar U I Heath Ale 13. HARRISON'S Broad St. Tels 3142 & 2364 WE SPECIALISE IN GLASSWARE AMI CARRY A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF KITCHEN AND TABLE REQUISITES including CLEAR POLISHED TL.MBLERS-C.T. TO 1 PINT BOWLS CABS PLATES COASTERS CREAM JUGS SHERBETS NAPPIES SUGAR BASINS SWEET IMSIIES WATER BOTTLES JABS— H AND 1 CALL—WITH METAL SCREW-ON COVER And Lcits of Oilier IM-ful linn*.—Plain and Decorated In Eine Swedish Glass We Have CHAMPAGNES PORTS. SHERRIES. CLARETS. I.IQI'ERS COCKTAILS AND ', PINT TUMBLERS These arr All Available in Plain or Elrhed Greek Key Pall Our Slorks also include a comprehensive Assortment of I'VIIEX' and "PHOENIX" HEAT-PROOF OVEN GLASSWARE I I STAID COPS, CASSEROLES. PIE PLATES SOUP PLATES. UTILITY DISHES Etc. This is a Busy Period Parliculary for Housewives—There is so much lo be done. Furthermore uilh all the extra Seasonal Expense It is Vitally Necessary to Buy to the Best Advantage—May We Therefore Remind You that VOI WILL SAVE lllliil TIME A.\l MOM., It. SIIOITIM. AT %  Age H, SI t HANOI. gATTS Ae II Combefmare I %  %  i b Mi C Sullivan. Line'* i' v : i %  %  %  yacht is now flkaOfOd off the I iiKiN'fis CAtfOl on. Coneert Pmlponed ... i ., fmin Trinidad The Mini ih %  and :<* tier l.ii.i dn J T V mand of Ihe st. I Co Ltd agonts. ', | I v I %  %  en %  had lo bs poatponad due to in %  The eont art h 11 p m HARRISON'S B^d St. CHECK NYLON in self colours of pink, blue and while. J*" wide —per yard vpZ.4^ EMBOSSED NYLON in Navy. Red and light pink. 46" ... $3.82 PRINTED NYLON BBEES la irbtta franl wMli nil flowers and orchid ground with gold Dowers. 46" wide .. $3.25 tAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. IB. tO, 11, 12 & 13, Broad St-ed I'l. MS NYLON aaaflCn i black only, W wide IpZ.O J l'j:i\TII WIIAS in while will, nnhi.l dofg white with gjrtM dots, while wilh navy and orchid wilh fffxhl dots 46 inches wide per yard. $3.25 A XMAS GIFT! ."LSB t&K *r.-.-/.<•< sod so dclicwus in taiir thai ^_ the nnii hn.kk* youngster lakes ^Lit wilh drl.Rht •*-* %  % —amgg** I(KIIICIII-I1V, ii** fine lor urowi \ -'"r w loo Haliborange Mod* in England by: ALLEN a. HANDUKYS (II)., LOMK1N, E.2 jus i iti c i m JAMAICA CIGARS GENTLEMEN B x.s of 2S KI.OU lie MACHAD0 LONDBES ,19 PANETELAS M Also GEMS Bundles of 50 Also DOMINICA CIGARS I.ONDKES In Boxl of 23 CORONAS 2 9 KNIGHTS LTD. jeaaaaaasaaajaaaai VMVK . WWTS anUSTMAS He hJve on Mm" SI I I l(|\(. Will II. ( ftW'KH si \ I 11 SHIONrJ i \H sfATH Blue, ar**a Wtm fstsok t Olll AIK UMII. MiiK-niue. t.reen. Amk r. Red. < i ii i i MINX ii ii sw \s> ittor. Qreca, Red. Aaihst II. 1,1 MIN \ III* HI IIS POLAROID si %  ^II xi>l s -!• \i: KIN IHIKV. < AR juhs -s,,.n sad Bamaer ( II XM.lls IK \ I lit H I'OLIslll I POLISH) %  BIMONI7 M W I Kl IIAm 1 IH KIN.. GAS TANK CAPS •..H Ml I I IN HUM INSPECTION ECKSTEIN BROTHERS BAY sVTRFFT nTAl d9RQ



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PAUE SIX IIARBAI.Oi. VI.VOI ATI TIFS1MY. DKtfcMBEai a. iUt AgriculIural ind ustry Honduras During 1951 OLD WAR COMRADE CALLS ON IKE Increased In British Timber Still yfain Export LONDON Of a total population of 69.644 in British Honduras 8.838 people arc engaged in the major industries according to the Colony's 19M Colonial Report just published in London. Chicle bleeding is still the largeM single gouroe tU employment, employing 1.512 men. and many others depend on forestry for a living. "The people have oeen reared land communicauons wit) to a timber economy and It wUI "d another road is being i require intensive re-education net ween the western highway before they can be inverted to and the Sunn Creek valley, agriculture the report notes. In 1951.531 ships totalling 181The Umber Industry is still the 42 ton* entered the Colony as main one of the colony and em* umpared with S43 ships totallploys 1.079 men Chief exports ing 2tlO.~7(J ton* it. UM pievn.ua of the industry are mahogany, cedar, balsawood, rosewood and Passenger Service pine. WHfa i ,exception of the During 1931 exports of muttonCayman Shipping Company which any and pine timber increased operates sm.ll vessels between o\er 1.950 sales, but there was a Heli/e and Kingston. Jamalea, c.ecieaae in the sales of Cedar there is no regular passenger logs. Umber and jhlcle wood. service although passage* are ,e year was a record one lor obtainable in vessels which call all crops with the exception of every three weeks for shipments rice in the Toledo dlstrl ( which of bananas to the United Kingsuffered from excessive flooding dom. •oon after planting. Nevertheless. Most of the Internal mails of the crop was near.) as Urge < the Colony are carried in a smal the preceding year'-, and had m^tor uwl the Heron." vvhicl> BOS been mwe sat itbu tori operate* a tWnee weekly service it would have exceeded tho i ia ,n Belfie to Punta Corda, and previous year's total A record one* weak exivmling the trip crop of com was harvested and to Puerto Cortes. 1.300 ton* were available tor eThe lack of a deep v. port, some of which wa* sent to nas been one of the main obTrinidad. stacla* to the Colony's sea comA rise in the rontrnlled price municattona. and the eoiutruction of meat revived Interast In the f ; ^vcp water pier at Com^ %  olony %  livestock Industry, alm erce Bight, in the Stann Crock though a lot of work has to be. Lstrtct, i* one of the main prodone to demonstrate the meanjeet* under consideration by the ing of proper stock and pasture Colonial Development and WelivAnngeniffii before this can lie fare organ bat ion. regarded as an organised agriculThe main airfield of the tural Indu'*" Colony is at Stanley Tield. about ten miles north of Beli.> Banana Shipment* which flights are flown to KlngsBananas have played an imton Jamaica, Tegiicigali>a. portaSM part In the Colony's exFlorida. Guatemala and No* Lean. ports over the year, the ilrst Orleans. Passenger movements in gramrr shiinent of which was made in 1951 ,| 10 w<.l an increase ot 28 It is playing to packed IU 0* clowning." October and regularly thereafter MT eatf OVflg that of 1950 and at 'he tiny Irving Theatre, lust Another member of the cast_wh .it three weekl> intervals. By freight movements increased by "IT London's Leicester Squan .ind has attraclcc the end of the year exports had 97 per rent. I lf.000 k %  month T hc report points out thai Stead* work has (>een made in |H >,t-war development ham been agriculture during 1951. but the ...nceiitraled on establish inn a Agricultural DeparUneni has been murc t,r,rtui|> b tampered by a -mortage of nd h(ls resulted In m. trained SUIT and funds h*mg built to onCo up new areas The Brnin nondu.a* fishery for #„ Colony's aaricultura. NERVES SSJIISM All MARSHAL Lurd Teddt*. drops In for a chat with Presidentelect Dwlght I> Klsenhower at the general's New York headquarters. The two worked togolher during and after World War II. Grinning ui background Is Lewis Douglas, former U. S. Ambassador to England. B.W.I. Artistes In London Sleel Bridge Launched 9 from piir I lage on life north bank. The whota procedure contbv ued according to plan, and at tr imnut. after three, after two hours of actual movement it finally rested on its 1 *bed"*on the north bank. Immediately the bridge was settled, Mr. Parfltt, Mr. Carter and workmen cros*ed on the wooden footpath from the 'it ink to th, noithcrn side. Hts Excellency the Acting Qovernor. Mrs. Turner. am than a dozen interested person %  wa ln Htl the final stages, and when Mr Pjiliti rc-.hc.i the .nik. they warm!) congratulated him and his assistants an their success. Celebrale Afut the launching was pen plctM. the Chief Engineer, and the members of the senior staff, joined with the other workmen who als* played their part in Ihe successful completion of the job. and together they celebrated the occasion The lauiuhtng of the bridge involved much [>•• theoretical and practical work". Mr. Oariod told the .Uverate later. Mr. Garrod sold they owed l debt of gratitude to Mr. D. G K* I haw ih. lX>NDON. A (jreatn has t-oimtnil fctf Wa1 Indian singers, musif, cians ami dancers, IM London. After many years of struggle helpful during the launching yaa•nd d.sappointments. they have al last managed to pul on •"•Jjgj d lf hr couW Rive nv irt then* own nil-West Indian show at a London theatre dlcauon as to when the nan Their show, 'Cabartt Caubht appeared remarkably delicate pumping station would be romdcKhbcd on the proand agUS in a bongo dance, which ,.'. tel, M, C.irrod said tnry A. Iiultan party %  nbcd as -, a masterj,ae* ^omised Government that the Station and the arterial mainemanating from it would be full operation hy September VESTRIES %  ervioa. which was established 1950 was not able to liegln operatlofiB until the completion of its launch in April 1951 The work of the fishery officer •.,.-. beeo (onoexned .nair.le wltli ciawflslilng and snrimp trawlin* Despite 'lisapixgntlng result. In shrimp trawling which Wus carried out off the river* of the Southern portion of the Colony, there was a considerable increase in the export* of crawfish in 1951. the export total being double that of "A"i"'l —ati.r N. P%  from [>i.:e I of High Travel Agent On Holiday year-old travel the preceding year, 1, is Errol ... the heart ol theatre-land John Ov W I Indian poet who The Irvlni gleasts ragulariy In UM P.B.* "little theatres" that have sprung West Indian service \> up in L000V during recenl During tt %  talhlmsell 1 ing drainlerv At night, canvas scrteni gtlc actor and som ,, %  .., the valuable pictures on Uu thai 1 -'t the.Irving walls utl t trad in to mai nmll prova the first big step face the tiny stage that has been In .< nan Iheal t* "> builat OfU end of the long talWith the SUCCass of tinC arioMT. Ian On that si pearl > assured, west enmm Indian srtbrtei in la>ndon ore besi y wai ginning to make plans for Corob nation ••• %  <•> -Uaa •varyhodji else rind vie an %  itri< .1 buslnaM With ford, memi rk on lyrics committee and ttStOhSa lot Coronation rt.Under General Buiilif.. Mi I ur lhan ar hopes that a steel C M Drayton .a. behalf of other li^n.1 ma* be biuht to Britain memlwrs of the Vestr) cuiigialuIgiin from the Caribbean to take laled Mr, II A Talma.for the ,, ,, ; the general Coronation jj^^l^mann^hj*^ %  : %  JUMWn t.i the 1 1 During the past year, the Irving has achieved a reputation firm stepping-stone on Ihe way to u — -„ ,. theatr..al famt and several 'un:'.' ,\":^f. r 1 leld ..? re *.e n ^. b ::: taOWOa" Who have appeared thenhave secured thernsctves an esplace In Ihe theatrical I Health. Mi utive on ppoiiitiinj the Rei ind Mr C B Bianlr >f the Playing Field mi m-d.cr.i oflis* L,i*w.i 1 start dnini •I'CM H* .nd HIHMW • % %  •• tl ik. UM*1 1W UM4 U ->. < %  rtlai VMI Uk i"d lI ?••>* ->"r.' hnNto insist M Dwddt k-ln.. FSg.. the >•?•*• i .m.4j h* • !" r hall a -tsrt. Dee/a an *u*k .tar.. ,11 Dodds Kidnev Pills HAPPY RELIEF. FROM BACKACHE Nal|hbour u>,d -Ta** Doan'. nib" VV/HY PUT UP with needless jiKonfon fwm baefcathe, rheuinaiw pau. lumbago, anfl. aUung anrtUet sod putois or the common uruury Jatunkri due to aV.ggivn kidney uuon Uo you migtH get happv relief. Vtan iheu*snd of health* K ele bks* the day they ior* an'i B>Oa>.hc K-Jacv l'Uls. This well known diuiruc and urinary antiiepiic helps sluggish kalnevi 10 carry out iheir fuocdun of ridding ibe blood ot sce> uafe acid and other impurities harmlw* lohaltb Grateful people, everywhere, recommend Doan'i Pills te Meads and ncighboun LacKiniosns Toffee de £uxe The Toftee adjtt the rich buttery flavour. The moinenl psjgj put one in your uioulb von fill aas t %  Thia the uio.1 |sJMgaM lafln I ever laalea." And it I ery high food value too — e piere IS briml il -t uutriinrnl. MADE IN INCLAND I.' John Mitktntoih k Sa^i Led. Toga* Town. Hariri*. InglinO. DOANS :. / keep fresh ail day.. J. %  ad MiQraim unv*d in Bar. a uii.Ki bado. Uw Tfunday T,. iftnd .' world lhrce-mor.lh holid.y. They an' u w „ Rdrlr Conner, ill, r.uii•Uyiw al Sandy lleacn lli'Ul. Mr. d.di.n baritone and nclor who Barbadian. Hr • %  w „ raaponalblr foi Ihe Caiibbran Since the end of the war ; X #£t!F ** P r h 8 been immense ImproveHr ,, U pporUr of the Ch.lar Ustes togttlk, .. merit n the coinmunleaUons of dre „. s ,;„,.,„,„ u .. lf uo g Hl sloM !" "J itJl|v mMUUJ#d „ Us .,. 1 inowan in nri.ain won uiimi^.i ( .......--— -%  ""a M-V Toln show a, rle baS worked |Jon wlsamiW ll wn. heard. If a hese remark, and M-*. Ta for manv years to bring Caribbean steel band is brought across the brief! wepled £•£$ %  memlxrj a,ti*tes together in a show of thei, Atlantic .gain, it could P nnich '^ their kind remarks and said had to rely mainly on the ind the sea. rhildren's Goodwill U-ag'ue here. Under Colonial Development Mr. Join, Beck lea told an Adv Welfare ausplcat, roads rate repoi lei yattorday thai have been built linking up both dato will ioun be lUvd .01 Ukf the wnt and northern areas by distribution of then pr< \ PLAQUE MAR KS THE SPO T.. The only MP Cromwell ever feared I' Lord deliver me from d,r Hurry Vane! The tu that ol Cromwell the dismissal :' 11 Long Parliament :i. %  till .pre w. .nly one man 'ha* Cnmwell It was Harry Vane %  nan with a conscience. % %  .. To rctor During tMe • •be Long Parka. I aim had ,) \ht a it >crs' n n.ng complete >*l of the country's 'ffalr.* A mar; *.".r Vane's srrupl'* 'jjld not be an ally ol Cromwi-:; Charles II after the R itoration feared him as nvi %  is Ct mwi il had. H.W .I.A. Link British Aizd Preach Mawdfl .11V Of I-on 11 l>l>|{l'-OF-bPAlN. Dee L iiuiA new 1 ented Wati fhdlai h Condon between Trinidad. Grenada. Bar*ome of them alrendv tamou*. l %  Lucia. Martmiuue. .. a ; %  %  %  a them lust ttarung "* %  on thei wrvice provtd own. like Sylvia Wynne, 1 talented wing dancer I pany 'i 1 m ii So EfSJ.'TJ ilanre COmC'outtor Unnci^s %  %  %  U d ear njgularK in the show make tl dble. But on 1 ns oe. "I in the shOV guise tor him—as a dancei I a powerfully;-ouilt man. but French West MI from service. The re-ult i ih 1 business and I %  J. now I %  Ut wit 1 the greatest of ST Of Is! : all In the *pace of 1 rsngad atatj al 1 %  walk Into any BW.IA, oflfcst in the Leeward W ndward Lie to do so with Hie Vestrymen cspecialMr. Harrv Ward Ait Was the last Vestry meeting for the year. Mr* Talma ex% % %  1 %  -.. s.,mi mbcrs. Mi Ilrawlford reciprocated on bt'talf of other member*. Meml>er* present were: Mrs H. A. Talma (Churchwarden) in the Chair. Mr. Jl. St G Ward. Mr C. M. Drayton. Mr. C. B Brindford. Mr C Hill. Mr. 11 Games. Mi G < Ward. Mr J F Webster. Mr A G Gitten*. Mr Victor Chase. Mr. T. N Peirce. %  iiree students from the the Boys' Foundation Sehool accompanied by Mr. D. Prescott, Assistant Master, attended the Christ Church Vestry tig vestndnv afterm-.: iiducted thei business At the er.J l the meetmkM C B. Brandfoid. on bahalf ol other members of the Vestry, wished them a happy Christmas. Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP It's cast to keep fresh ail day—just use Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you wash! It dccp-ctcansing lather really frees you of weariness, keeps you fresher so much longer. So get a tablet of Lifebuoy today and make sure of day-long !rchne**! FOR PERSONAL FRESIISESS ALWAYS &6t&l6lOok ...thc gift that recalls Christmas every day booking without undue iwaiting confirmation ol 1 1 11.' obtain delays seats. These improved facilities should make air travel all the easier in August 1837 Vane had ouih England, leaving behind >iad enough He sailed More direct Bu' < ar."' bad a more [ d ding with N 1 : and became governor V 1 But ID -.t~ re llglou* int ranee was %  severe a* in Lhe old country. There came a trial of strength between Vane and the Boston church on the one bide, and Deputy Governor John Winthrop and the j aasSan lit tn In reputation acknowledged by friend and foe alike Vane lived tn retirement until 1840. when he became member . iwilh Commonwealth countri. s i* nl, and the reaaunlna is t>robon one occasion during he FSir. *po lighted by New Commonabli that. eye*. In ihe avanl ol thc offlcla report of the days we \U. in its current issue th worst slum]) .11 the metroactivities claimed thai greatest 111T .. ..v.uK in particularpoiltan country, it will still be Iciest among overseas buyers %  *• n*noanv l*ui\f Pali II '" %  India, cama fro,,, South Africa, Canada. ComnlnnS r... I to supply A^la. Kklstan and Imiori.raresa--4iave both underiln ' cotton, mbbei and other nesia. S'iilh Afn.,1 and Australi. ^"JKrSS waneaftr Job. mirodilh sgs 2LTJV?** ff" Caitiew 111 a special article I heavy equipment and the Fa r and tnqu"Since th.end .d the Wai l inough Hrm Leipzig Fair has becoms the Two Aspects tcrmediaiie^ most imporiapt ttop-wlndow ol Bxamlnlni ODiHvtandinu the last and this y* """ both ttiK and la-t yeai. ta exOutst-n.laig among Ihe I I Whelming emph:i*l$ was on heav. pand tier trade with CommonCnman export was hHtUM ,industry." Mr Cardew rontii %  wealth countries m Asm Mi chliifry Tmtinman.* laid em,i, in IIGH contlnuasi ph.-i11 lalM work In ancc as an exhibitor of In p.ntnulai ol tliariufaeture, whleh ihey claimed tools, he 1 the 1 %  lertnct tatld In y\9 iMn an advantana over ih* gnd hntlla and mining maciuia vv \i Sl -,.w la-t April have not reUM watt concentrated on anil whl) these good v n the attention they deserve quantity production They also for sale, their shanlAeance, in ui ihi West especialLy In UW claifi tag* in delivery i iM. there wa tin %  v Ind t" irads In respect ol chemical equiprtith under-developed countries merit, ihev wire both ready and st which Inn %  I mans of them indusmarkets. claiming thit India, vcrc the dominant Pakistan. Australia and South Atr:ca cfiuld me.t mans • rountrles hacked ren/dremenls in Bast Germany. 1 • Furtharmore, the anal Gent 1 %  • 'Titrating on Ux M tMn Ol CO) DM k 1 iea to trade then inoiu.1 on Ih M that they base some 1 edging 1 f %  \ ivirli % %  %  %  to . %  tddi "Al Lgrinui beav) And. while Bast Gen pushing her sales of special light 1 problem of the unindustry products, ii again stress Is also being laid on the fortyabUlty of her heavy industry to 1 1 t h developU the words of u Berlin a ibnl they document) 1 nev productive capacity" I v.t Cai Ii lie little dOUbt Whti LtV the probkrn of findlna new kP.: tor their they will havi %  %  %  I tcreat In I dth raw g • gent rallv ovi .1 Bril Ih ih.' a—Ill Easte:1 veloned countries aar-vxth of the pre-war volume. i>pparent They tret E u r 1 : Asia, including play a Commonwealth A^gase purchases from the whole Inon. and Pakistan, compared Commons Area have greatly inwit-i about sixty from Britain and ment schemes, crtassd compared with the preeight 0*** to Sat 444 SaaggflU h| Whiff* E5TERBROOK Lets You Cnwna* Ihe Riajhl Paint fne the Way You Write Kvery day uf the year your gift will I* recalled with happy memories of ChristioJia when you give Ksterbrook-^the perfect writing iiulmment. Katerbrook pens offer even more than beuuty and laatingaervice. They make Ihe mnut indniduai of gifta becauae l*lHterbrook lets you choujeexiictly the right point for every at vie of writing from .'ft numbered and interchange:! h OtVK ESTERVnooK to ei Potnl Styl I Sttvdtook ih. ua* AMERICA'S FIRST PEN MAKER 1">r,l aoln, Sryla, GAKniNER Al'STTN & COLid. Lawac B,o,d nraal



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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9. i52 BAKIUIHI UI\lK VII PAOI MAIN Bigger Efforts For World Sugar Pact Means To Increase Consumption LONDON The Inlet is redoubl. up a pnl" inary dl world in which will be t. latlon ii> The worl content i when. II *i Ahhou t Ihe Council ha the Unlt.-n \ %  % %  world oonfi nrtea, then li still a feelkag of gates to i %  kl that a woritable prel: recmr.it rdUld or then. All th. %  Mac: near producing and con-.. on the in i A\ m % % %  inlernational < -ement They arr also agreed tl there is .. wa Id suiplus of %  ample r for increased consumption There : that two of (he disequilibrium in Ihe .-... %  re the currency restrictions and peed trade. These t auses t.i Iha worlds lugar trade can best be aHieiiswxl iii the l.i. of_a woild conference. V Council has therefore cabled ry-Gcnenil of the Unitl Netu'ti-. in v g him to call the world uKnr. to be held In Juno i: The Council's f statement, announcing this %  Imsai I The liitt-r! Honal Sugar Council held .i M.CM.I: :. -;• her. 1952. in London li was ntIjtideri i > repi— itivea of is Qovorniiifiits and by observers from eifciit o'hi'i <; %  ^^ %  jV the Food and Agriculture Otfin; .ili.m. The Council adopted th. following resolution. World Action ^^KThe International Suiar OMlI*.I. h.ivini; %  jUHng on 24th November, IBM, a n; | i.. %  I position on Q paBBBBB; market. tkm 1.t ecBor. ll r< quired lo overcome the dinVnl'ies which have arisen and Which will continue if BUCfa action Is not Liken ^V*'l. Considers that a Common itAgreement offi bast means of dealing: I dif *"2. Recognises Ihal SUCh III Agreement will reqUlP tlon at an Internntionnl ComModity Conference. "3 Request Ihe S< TVce Expert In Sahara LOU %  %  Hi t n Iquai si . \ : than < %  which A %  %  %  %  %  ; St. I %  %  and p %  pan, %  %  %  among heal and quick!) turn Itoi %  H i i British Civil Jets Break Crust Of Dollar Market lt> BUR OLIVER LONDON. %  -cith the development of jet airliners has started to bung in a fal dividend Not as big as the alrikera would like to see, but f %  lingers crossed eral of the United Nations American an line chiefs are imconvene an international pressed and the crust has been ir Conference to consider broken with the bagging of cotirnnclusion of an Internatract! to supply Pan American il Sugar Agreement World Airwaj with Comet! and SugnesU thai this Conn ,i -Canada Air Lines with IN haw In London late \. • ;kl ,ho-prop*. June or early in July. iw.>.t Hntt'h producers BM now hni>K*_'5. Authorises the C-li.uim.oi lm; ,| i(l ,,ihe r of the bc turbo-prop a reeult, aidea running the rtafca attached to the Industry is preaalng tha new Initial coneantratlon on the gas 111 to block Untune engine, factories ncluallv Limit.o. the main Canadl t .. arguing that the purwent ahead with production withcraft company. chase of Cm ll) a out having orders for what Ihey It is haul to say when Britain's subsidy tu Un llutiah freawury were makuig This was done after uimaft industry w ill bo able to from the American Treasury. gouging Interest in let travel. Al j acroaa Ha lingers over dollar In other WOrd men UkC Floyd It has turned out, it is ii pity thev market deals In other M It. Odium, chairman of Consul)did not go all-out right from the it is steadily building op buatneea dated Vultoo Aircraft Cor] atari, Now H la waiting to sea i< I ilalming that the money for The fact now ll thai large-scale ran airline*; generally will follow far, .. M lei havi i %  ui tines Hut there i %  it* .1 nibbling, i i m < %  nada at d Hex II idian lino rnmenl li .: .nla| tint: the Itiittania both a%  ii Itima roi 01 aircraft and cargo plane A decision Iimminent, anil Will prob* hment of Britlanla production Una Hi nlreal works >i I Further GnuH For Cri.lrul Ootfoi; ShUitwt %  iii, Bt %  ...... ci3N2i> being anaNla undai tha Vfaat Indus Oaneral aUooath i Cototila] Da^elopinanl and Weii ti,. malanananca Unuatlon "i lha tha Central I otto* Antigua. i ni. i i ...in., .I Development %  ., \\. (hi Bohemi was made up to ihe Hit Chi her. 11(52. rot the establl hn i .. A ,.,.. ration ni lha nation, as knaariei ol a OBjeer roc tha w. %  Indloa t.. carry out agrb ultural :. ... I' %  dvlce na c aaaa n '" '" *< %  otton growing Induatrj 14th I UNTIL DEC Don'l rorM FREE ENGRAVING Con-. for such P ' fll has bee-n stiuggling to a Idely different of t' J sugar producing and a r %  Into a new and woikagreement But in %  -s^ss agreement. ^frht R Coumn, OdeaiU I Were fav fjayencc lol ..mi Vtckers-Armslrong. Tliev n given all the facts, and '!> %  ti decisions. Meanwhile. Huge: a Of the Atlan'ie. . I'.S. Makers Displeased Than is a snag ibout this crackI u in fll to tag of the doUar market. American aircraft makers are not exactly pleased about it Kver alnc the wai they have been tied down on military Jets, ultimately conns out ol production will !>• %  built up BtaaidNie Pa the L'S taxpayi pockets and Ily as Ml a In Na An 'i oi Air' %  | %  (or Brit HI;the aircraft I plants are being built and ifl i..i:.s. Odium says the U.S. Treasury Bad common pjround foi I lead to further unt sugar market. The itraH %  greati MU help pay I % %  Ul hoc chiefa know tho la to lha airtuna factors Involved and an pn i, ks pared lot them, this up by saving thai COMOlid could have a 200-|wssiin;'r jit lilliner dying by IMA if the government would n sary space and manpower from waik MI milll : %  lint... mlttee deeidcent below their normal cunsumpOctober lhat conditions (Ion for 12 years. irable for sucha conAnother bumper world sugar crop ,.:hbourhood of Three Main Feature* 36.700.000 tons—is forecast for the The proposed preliminary draft coming season, which would be of the new iicri-cment, on which s.-cond only lo laai record 2, i-<...... King, cov38.000.000-: er* HIP. ' : %  %  • gnd in,p.nl quotas; price structure, guard Itt augU industry by cul%  nd mea uraa designed to increase Ung iiroductlon. world consumption of sugar. But the Cuban delegation totha Since the Commonwealth r< Council s s]vinl committee mcettgttenlalives at meetings or the Ing early in October made it clear Council have firmlv insisted that thai Cuba was not prepared inIheit production quol H under the ilellnitcly to carry the main burrnrniuuiiwcalth Sugar Agreement den of reitrlcting production o EouJd not be prejudiced, it i~ %  maintain equilibrium In the world Scted that .' %  : '"' %  D Al"'" Son at the wo, 1 %  > -' lh '" m *'fat Cuba centre round RU ad to would Ins.s on a more equal dLsIncrease world COnaumpt IribuUon of "flrt' !" "" !" There had batn a aforld surplus among the P'"*'"cineJw n Karens : !" < r milted consumption for example, some people have been ralioned ten per Stiniulii. vii |ai produeara i Overseas Orders %  I il i are. houcver. by no meal •van at tins atage, De Havllland is BuyINI! Sen.IA t-.p ... I'acllb Alllllies (two). |(o>,.| W.I. 2LS-" ?JHf5J!E= BrtTB „ Britain wealth and Colonial producers 50.000.000 had narrowed considerably. events. Ihey know thai at tr moment there is nothing lo stop an American airll I I Hul thej rcnllre loo that II |. D merit could make thlngi decidedly ticky by i of the big Vmerl | ana Brini Another :• Wd i IgW now mm of this iH-hind-thcanea (three) and another Kr< DO) npany U.A T (three?. i. 1 \AIJA WELCOMES FEDERATION MONTIiKM. •i-ti. i held next B i •. i. ration ol the .'. %  i by Die Montreal i-<> ait*, whli %  n %  irtlcli To Can %  i % %  I (In All Ring i oefcata, iin-> ha Identity Mangles. Tie Slidi %  Caaaa n more >• Mg %  .. % %  . %  for their And West Indi. m I %  1 have argo-type llntCltgglc Pattern Labour Relations Committee For B.G.? LONlJoN. amlnad lha needs of Ihe islan Mr. D. loner, (Labour, %  1 Rartlapooli 1 Baked lha Secretary Mr. Lytl % %  eff-it of Slate He has considered Ihe desire ax.; pressed b) ttM Piesidenl of t*ie agricultuie and devel Ipfnant wo fieorgetown Chamber of ComIn the IrOpIca i^ l< f is not easy t ad a which have been sent to him. that quaLU l.ihoui Keluliutis %  % %  1 %  'n ; 11. Hl.t. n Mr, I) Jo ( ii (Labour. juiana; that such a body could asHtrtll „ sk nat to maintain Induati %  %  %  %  u, %  •rntorlea In which a Lnbour ...... %  I unclersland that Chamber of Coanmerca should set Labour Relations C %  •The aanarganaa ol II Wr-.t Imhea si a rederated nation Will D0 m the classic: 1 lonnnoNweaUh devclopim oi Originally acquire! in the Imperial % % %  .nation or by eonqui 1 guardlana of Iiritish sea i'' 1 World rod great%  if-government has 1, ped Today, the islands ... % %  1 at,:, to decide for Uw futun will h%  Ihej ,.,• -. if. ti %  %  for Anal 'I'%  1 ' %  |om and goodwill • %  %  %  .. as well :.ing do MANICURE SETS CaWLlY ifiUI and llercnatnick-andavan, Wlyl ,\~ wht the faatuna and the II %  ^B T m W? V ni'.licd it>ling of a car I brse vehicles have pi load apgcaj 120 cubic tccl 111 the Cowlcy Van' P unnvaJM lor speedy deliveries because they have the rnJlt jKilormance ol a car. . All At.I I.IIK Phon^ 2385 Sole Di.lribulort 1504 MR. PLANTER We the %  nii'nil famous — %  pei ioui consiiteration The Queen'* invitalicm fpHE Qai I n through % %  Amba-sidors and QU A m ba Minis-..: n fX invited head nominate thi 1 tires But the offtc to these roreigi a ll not Of J'nt before the New Year %  is far r 'he cards ha* not ttei n : tent out from 1 all ufnee t %  [linanlace 1! %  : %  %  %  j D -luly. ll*W. be%  an and the major ; %  up aLybour Heia .ns CDtaanmasj employed In the shipping mdustrv to act as an employer's feder..T .,,„,„ > staridiriK jo|n exit in Jamaica —B.I .P. negoliations a h a Committee | %  'merce. which %  %  llevelopmrnt OHM miss iom-r. SI. I.ucia Mr D. Jonaa rLabour, The : %  of Stale for I Barbados and are planned in Ar. „ tigua. There is also '. *"" Whltley machinery In all terrlto riej. and. in addition, there ( %  %  ', boards to sett I r ex-mple. in th ,stry, expects to appoint the f> nltatlve eonunltti ment Commi'sior.er recommended Untish Culana sugar ind by the team of expert*, who ex-LIB, CurbYourPiles H la no lon*r % %  •• % % %  f t '" " ealna Hi-nine %  <• % %  •'" '"" %  •*•• iT— Ih. di—,..f r .. H,t. Cfo.m,rtF %  %  -.—n % %  1 Hd.eiidi Mjt aiari* •• ark la IS nalitulaa aiv •.< %  '.nl> al"pa in. pain i.ut alao lak*a *ui iaiwall!. mtof bl~4.na anl .....l.ai. ...-• Irrllallnn ll.rli < DFUI <,th>r ir-.uklaa raiH4 bT I'D** au< ha.H.-^.'hN.r....i.r... II.. Haiti. < onallpailon. ua -A .(. %  % %  aaa u •'i ""uw* 4'VCCWI I'-Ui unaar Ih* poalit** euaranlaa H^la> tnwal a.op lotr alia hUM nS iroublaa o. rr.ot.ar bark a* •I aawptr %  *< %  MASSEY HARRIS 42 B.H.P. Heavy Duty 6 cyl, Diesel Engine WHEEL TRACTOR f.\lo availahlr uilh llal(-Trniks) wilh mir j lon< AI.I.STKKI. CAM. CAMS MM B



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    PACK KIC.HT BARBADOS ADVOCATE TIK-OAV. I'D I MBER . IMS CLASSIFIED ADS. ,,,H,M svrKKS %  * %  ••'* %  TK'. LPHONK 2>0t IHfcD %  1 %  rend. : lNMK.MOKIAM MIH m:vr HOI'S I S MM SALE Al rfOHOTn I CAW M.. ••• Under a.***. 1,". .... an*. Apfc.. I*AH IS* FAA*AV rulU >, ..... i %  u.n t Walennill tJl-p Caiport. Ell room. Monthly i-nl SSO plus f) dNVm chaise. IN ADVAKCK I "%  .-LfljaV-f II.I I MAN STATION WAI I It MO (tlllr1M.net dtivwi AIWHJDN %  ..(-I wurklna Or,*** HI'AI.SMAW A C0M1 IIJU tin %  I .s i rT or V S A (urutwi Ma. .' %  < %  I; TRSV '1ANAC.K 1)1-1 Ml* • I1H *l NrntlAVCM full' S Baevanl room*. LaSh" mill aut-plt alrmthl* eleeaws chars*. IN &f AT* fursiHhed *-bed %  riant. Water,.l T* plu* HVAM1 II 111 )J 11.1 .1 ... .blv pn.-.r K N HskBt* Co sue*' MBLHOMTI Oh MISCELLANEOUS CABINET .it.. ..„, bMti I Ml I* 1 | %  *(,!•. tail .-I. -i—a.d. all the abov. ere manr*,., ? i-rh+ce chain wMh miKtmit upho i < Iteaiio*. Limited or phone ape*. T 1 at* U>* tti fotw • Make your children** — %  >"'' %  ."*' **., i A COMPANY. Be) Slrerl rSsone • A >' % o i NCSMKNTS ..I Autem %  FURMTL'KE IVHMII II %  MM Chair, al 1 %  %  w Con he seen al M'dm.i lit* Dec p %  i a ii LIVBBTOCK ISATIAN Pl'l'l'l < I > it at l'H Eat hi blllo! .. nl. -H .TmiKiled r Wile. %  ">!.. Ptnt Pli...i..linn Phone US* 7 II *] In PUPPIES, nrnch Poodle I'lOttcd .ah...dm I' %  iTMI-MI. %  ii (in M I RI • %  It S1-*B t'AI I HOHSI home! lnndl in I I*Bhem a. A'afeian lln India I VI IPebble'l**.* Slater be*,*. K,,., A,nh... I" %  h ru.lee. Fee. I Al rtvi NOTK r .i lev tM < %  ( in* Mid perlfk • a result" Mr l I -ft BLN i Ihe a—Ml" ol -ml PMr' %  la W-*v NOtlCR Mi Ti % % %  % % %  i Wedr.'-!... || %  II Michael MESSIAH T MMHAII.a I'AtHIIIIIAI. • IHMWDAV imi Dtx-RMnut M a it p m li.ar.nm.. may • obiamr.1 itoaa M flaik of in* Caihrdi.-.!. in* Advora UMI%  r M. .,. W.rd at %  MM VESTRY ELECTION NOTICES m-.HEMV Klv* nn'.r that I hi** I ni'iuif. CUM. hwland NUfl. III".P a* the plaea •"" 1-anal.lonrr. • ln parlali ol ai laicliaal and oihcr pcrhioa aul q u>UlkiJ nla at uii> alrvUin ul VailrviMm tui %  • ,i II. r Ml. da. ul Jat.uao. IMI Wiwn.. i.a I...M uf I* and II .n| u aktct a r 1i* for th. Pan.i. 4 Hi M^W. r Ihr yar laaj II IK V || BURTON. LOST STTl'IIM tPio.iom tmn W. and> 7. (..rmr % %  *n turn IO .ill I I ..' 'I HiMifxlrr. Combtrrni W AMI If MOCRLLAMROUR ..... Houaa fin n I lona i.. ar la %  taalhi Priona I I'l If i.ir BJOMM REALRSTATR DKNIB MONIB rULHOTlB Twi i-.—. al Hainanaba. allha, .,„„,, of -pa^atol. Apply I) S Pavn, Harrow I Philip 7 12 M .^ LAND -a Rood* f I MM Qiif j i Hutunf < nnf Chatln Ptla __^ • II 1 -tM. MTRi \ r MvariMit iu>Ai> oppoau Otaam I -mUlni i a Hoard ;n>ndU. an public rootna. lour om>... nata aC and kiutirn Vrr> nil it 11 !•> wnvaraion i-.io aaparauapartment*. And idiii on la.aTo *q II of valuable "'ater %  Ic.l l ..... nd arn .I.I t lor i underalflned l>i'1-tn I", aala U> utilillc al tbalr atlWe. II Idan Thuiaaar. Ith Da, emh*r COTTU;. CAWOHI) le*t ii'n.ai>( I" intpptl J| oil I-I thv uubltc cxnpalillun A O %  v*riry Naon. r the %  Mh day ol January laW I .fid n ... I.-ii, in* momu u. rlr. i a Vtr lot in. Par -h Ckrlat Ckir.K lu' iha *ra. IMI WOOD tOUCMUn. %  / %  arnrhial Ttaetuiar. .1 CaMaTtaV rAPlaat U at I IIFfUXBV alvr nMm that a. th* pl V. I, I(. %  .11 the m. <;in. s.l ir 72.-. Dcserl Sane T*ll Mr l-IUIr .H't Morocru A Komrrtfr Krpnlnr, Sudiiip Firr $i.ll The ) %  inniu Koni ll.iU4ii.in M4ina>i. Mh M.H..I, lo.h.i, I % % %  %  I .Ii 1 Hani To Ite WHk Vnu Alavsn Is II Truf What Thrv Hay About HIM. Christmas Suggestion < urlli l.ln It .km : in-!, W Li.-. Air KIHe ninrlimtrr Tsrsrl Ctun lluaquvanui H>wtni Marhine Volthlliuidrr ('amera ".riel Molar I'yrlr rraiKl^-Rarnell Molor Tyrlr I'huloriMpti A Ilium I'.nllo, li| ulr Hltlski lltKliul Uill.ii.r AddiriK M i. h.nr %  ) %  ., Wat iJmS. • %  ;. caatn t H..uthem I II M >IK< ll\M( Al. .. v. ii, M 1 related. Call rattotM ** !" 1 II 13 : H'livi l IS ItaM -rff.:vrd ai.ll-hlp %  %  i from a >aara L. • r-n flrdman A T..U..L ii.. ufj 1.1.1 II an a illi UMI. STNAKE8 Tor y.Harn> in WO t Wheel eonaa •.hralaput AND H4CHEA8I TIlA.TKlN of raw r. Ipa> Oaiaae *1 MLS( KLLANl.*lUS t'AHita a..led I II ' pel .-,... al 14 I i %  1 in (-llllkSTMAK l'AHl A %  MflH-lll of %  ..n mm %  • % %  II II %  •• .1 .1,: t'SSti I'HiiDI i H i .1)1111 tit) *h %  1 IV. I. I I Oallont. git* l-inta an.) '> J'mU Aeroanl. rill Powder r.*o Handy llouaehold W.i., LlKM.r ' . Cleaner. Radiator Protn-txr St< n > Le..k Span***. Spa'" Plu*. II..ke Fluid.. Drum* end Pail. A tibl.ined from K. M Join. A < „ I M Phone 1M JI II Sa I f n MaaffaVnOM ROVBMI rv .nte that all %  •erfeeltoi. to\* pan. c. lie obtained from R M Janaa C< lid White l*eik. Phone •* n II iitt i KIIUWCAXEII Thtee ATUVIS Hpecui of!., for in day* A a Phirtier Valor Pto.ea A ilvena Ufa T>ie Co. TrataUrar A Spry lal ata* i t vote -i a,,, election VteUjaaia for the WD Puii.li ma) aemble nn afi.l.>. the Ml. day u muary. llea. keta.en IIK hauM of II d II a'clwl in the morntni to elei ii.r real IH3 A T h. %  Paroiiiifll Treaaurer. ., ,„. • II ia la rtiXIDVIUA. ItinUiHlli-. -tandina i aa at* n, aerea el land with ooah.it and .ilher Tteea Impectio.. lall> Ham to I p m Telephone aPW t l> f* -n Colonial Law Students Meet Legal Stars LONDON. Chairman of the Society's Coloni i'. Colonial law studenu studying Committee. Ii. Britain rud an opportunliy lait Mr. Hopklnaon. in a apeech to month of mrtting men prominrrt the aueats. atreaaed his Party'J jn legal t-irclca here. grnuine and sincere interest in piuThe occasion was • '^a-party greasivp evolution of aalf-governven at the Royal Empire Society men! for the Colon in.' \i\n\ i,t CtHirl Cons. • alive and Unionist Society. The Inna of Court Conservative Sir David Maxwell Fyfe. g.( Society has an ambitious proUie Horn* SacreUry. and Chairgramme for the winter of discus* RIM of the Society, spoke witn slon* on topics of current mtereel. many of the guests. Others present particularly concerning the Colonincluded: Mr. Henry Hopkinso-i. kr*. of Slate for Colonial Th first of these, al the end of Affairs. Mr J E. S. Simon. Q.C November, will bo on the "Colour M.P.. Vice-Chairman of the Bar." Colonial and commonwealth Mr. Ashe Lincoln. Q.C students are expected to take partGOVERNMENT NOTICE IMHI -* PAHrlAD"" CHANCERY SALE • i Miei.iioned property will la m insllfldeetn-.n. bel-reen II I cifled b.to*. If not then raU a am place and durtnj lite t up lor sale at OJ.I and iI .VI be -. r Fleauli.tton OnVe, HUGH T* D : aid alu-eeeld farmcrkauppoaad > or thereabout, but found by and Sl> Peerhea 11. -l PI'MlfRrrTV AIX TfffAT .. tail, i.iece or pare.I •he panah el Chmt Church and li to contain b> *ti" at ton Pour Ai %  ecenl iui.f. to oaila.r rive Aer* 4butuns and bmindlns on the Nort m the X-.1 on land, fona-arly l Allen Walcoll but now of g M H II Sullitan *i- the Batata of J Hayne* deceaaed On the South on land, of Graeme Hall Plantation on Larata of T Coaatd on a Plaad and on the Weet on ISM Pviblio PUaad 1 ho%or elaa th* aame may abut or bound UPM.T PNICE: gl.OM. 0 O OATt: OP SA1J! ISth Deccmhe. IMS H WaUlAMS 11 ae/i .lr a r-1 n-Chanr r ry • il u an. •ARBAD • %  CHANCERY SALE IMVERIIITV COLLEGE OK fill tfaatfl BARBADOS EAHIBITIONS 1M The Examination for two (J) Baroutlos G %  %  tenable al th e University College of the West Indies will i ductttl in Barbados by the University Collog,. in i-imsultat..... the Director of Education, and will consist of:— (i) a written examination to be held in thi* week beginnir.g Monday. February 23rd. 1953. Candidates must be:— College. Tin clo-lne | it will be eel up on each suet fl.dat al Ihe same place ..nd during Die same hour> until .old. Full part WINieTUNE IKVU4C OIUlTlTH JAMs4 IHfTUN aalOOtdX arting hen EDNA OftCUlA BH'JOML hit -I' • %  <• the in."* AUCTION UNDER THE IVORY HAMMER Oy Inttmellona rerrlveu from Ihe !. •iiran.e ,\, I w.U SSlI 0*1 Fl It. Ilih .i I p n n u.e i ..urttir Oar. age. Whitepark Ski leal J" NT ChevTolel WiaStM.. .Until rarenUy Ihr peonr'tt nl lh* PoUre Dept I Da.' .Bed in a-e.4ei<*i Tssm. Caah VaefCgMI %  II1TITH, LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE Nll.-ni.l Allf-.B*.. Ke. Road. Bank i >>-i H oi >i riisa ii.at I have Hi, Bpeushi.. MH ). BajhjaSM r Mh day of 1SU. between the hours of it !." "i l'-i I V..ii. for the Pail.h ol !t Pate, htr Ihe teal IBOd CORB1N. Ii.., m MI. %  usnl l-K'UKKTY All THAT eartalii piece or the parish of a-.n.l Peter a .i.it One rood Tt.lr area BxaSit parchai harm pact mo beunduig uei lands of blx Men Linda of R A C Challenor Ltd •f land ,.tuelc al But Hens In aid containing by adthenabouta lof wt.ieh Public Raadi abut tin* Plantation on th. •aashotr v" 1h* Public Road or howrv.e. nd bound together DwelUnghouae thereon sod all Other buikSliuu and IPKUUII* OI. the %  Bid parcel ol land erected and bulll -tandins and t*lnS '<" the •ppurleiiaiicp. t'pfarr JT.K'E gM a o DAT*: QT MlfCl rMh Deeessk-e. ISM WM.UA>48 lK(iliai-lfH' hancao GOVERNMENT NOTICES SHIPPING NOTICES M. V. DAERWOOD will be arriving at Barbaf|>as an TI'LSDAY 9Ui December and will be viMIm: .. j, WFDM.SDAV I"' Dr. erotber for HI. Lurla, Si Vinrciv*. (.rrn.rt. \ruba. srrepllns I'absrngen and Freight. U 11.52In. Ha ^i i\*ii ^ .inlrd Ihe Veatiy Boom near th, .I> aa th, place whe.e al iiu..l fled lo vole at an lion of Vestrymen '•" Ihe — a Pun.: ..... .,1. i.n -.1... .i... II • %  '!" da IBSJg, %  — inen for In. .aid I'-n.h may .earniUle Ml Mend q Uta Mh 1-43. between Ihe hours o nd II a'charl in lh* nionilna 1" • V. .Iiv lii Ihr Par ah of Si Join he yswi lasa ii %  i"A*nt .,.,-..' III. ,...I l-.l •) %  H Ihe Bias dult quallfWd lo •astlleai ..r Vestrymen foe th. may aaaemble on Monda Ihe 0 pf January, IBS), between the h. IS and 11 o'clock in the ii.irmns to .l*CI a v..it. lor the Pariah of st. Lucy lo* Ihe 1 *ai IBM .vu, Al.ll IK \M. i, lf.fl IB rtSJM* oi -r ninir 1 liriliaiV si.< nota-r that t hav. ippoinli'd Ihe Chu'tli Boya' School neai Ihe Paruh Church, aa ihe place when any Election of VaatmsMM lui ih |d I' >h. may aaarmble on M a n da/ I Jiiuar>. ISM. b*l\.eei. i>. I....ii, ..I 111 and II a m lo elect a Veti lie l-atlali ul SI. Plilllp toUti %  .nd Miina,' I reudrnee it R. RiMd B... %  h.ll SI Ulcl.ael n.ted ihl. Blh dv ,H Decrnibet lfM. ro X A McIJEOD Km Po-ae t*aa -"al. Ii %  A NATHANtn. AlUDIf uai g£g* %  aW g' tV -irt. IN-lrlil A" un PrtrlS). Ihe ISth day of December. IMI, M 11 n.biek | %  A Pvlkra slaautiatr inn "A," ^^^^^^^^^^^ S it MIn LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE APPLICATIONS are Invited for two vacuiit noa-pnalonablf> part-time posts of Assistant Visiting Surgeon on the staff of the Crncral Hospital. Applicants must be registered medical pruclltionci? The salary attached to the appointment is $240 per annum and the officer will be entitled to fees for services rendered lo paying patients in the Hospital. Further information may be obtained from the Director of Medical Services lo whom applications should be forwarded by llh December. 1952 I.11.5J.—2n. W*.U>U] 10 appln. BSJkSt SSI Hi.hj.ri r... permuaioo (.. Mall Liquor. Ac at a wall u i :-nlin alla.he.1 | a i..idi"i.. • Ick Gap. We.tbi.rv ll.uid Si Haled Una SUi day of Decci r> K A Mrl.a*r>D Em. Police U.,.i-, IH.I A Ucsssssng mrl. Dlat'Ht -A* 1 daw of Decembr.. N!. 1 . >l) I [li.l A' t II PSLIQUOR LICKNSi: NOT1CK Mr-hael. f 1 '.. %  I'I. l..i Mllrlarv I o„.l HH.II Hal: r perinl* 1 : I ........ .„ %  Hiih Hall. SI MMharl Dated thi. Blh day of Deri-mh* lp| r.> l: A S*.lt*>U> |u •MI... MasMtrsja DM A ntnm-.-iA TAVIHH „ _ Applh-ar.*N n This application .ul be oat. %  i-.l [ I,,I„I, ,.,.,, (. 1. ,„i a at Pun,* touit. Dlaln.l 'A' on rtldaw Ihe IStii day of Decen.be*. ISM. 11 aelork. a m K A sscUtOP, Polii-e M Ii .lr r-i.1 A" 8 II W--I1 LIQUOR LICKNSI-: NOTICE The appl.alon of C..n.'..i %  • *Hapkeaoar nf Villa Road, holder fa* 1 m,,.. I trenae No SS4 of ISSI. S'anteel lo her In rr.pecl of a board and ahlns .hop al mmrr of laialn.ond to.ne %  n d.ii,.i. Kad. SI Michael for pe astan lo u .aid Liquor Itcenae al iK'ard and Uiinale shop altarhed al Villa ll.uid It. I MUhael. tinted Ihl. Mh da> of Deer Mrl HI Eaq H ;„ VACANT TOST PRINCIPAL. GOVERNMENT TRAINING COLUEGE. TRINIDAD Appli.aiioiis are invited for the post of Principal. Government Training College in the Education Department which will become 'acant early in 1953. The post is pensionable and the salary Is 35.280 a year. Cotl if Lr. ing Allowance at such rates as may be in force from time to lime is also payable. The appointment will be subject to medical lltnesa and the successful candidate will be on probation for two years In the lint instance. The appointment will alao be sublect to the Colonial Regulations and the Civil Service Regulations' and Instructions in force for the time being, in so far as they are applicable. TRAVELLING The successful candidate will he authorised to keep a car for •he performance of his duties and will be eligible for travelling allowniie in accordance with the regulation* in force from time to time. Ol 1 ALIFI CATIONS Applicants should possess — (a) An Honours degree of a British University; and A recognised post-graduate teaching diploma: and (c) Experience of training teachers in a recognised Training College. Ability to take charge of tuition in elementary science is highly iles Ira ble. DI'TIEH OF THE POUT 1 To ro'itrol and conduct, under the direction of the Director of Education, the Government Training College for teachers, consisting of approximately 120 man and women students. 2 To take part in and direct the lnatruction given by the ataff to atudenti in training for teaching poeta in primary and intermediate schools. 3 To perform such other duties in connection with the train* j ing of teachers as may be required by the Director. Such ssssstal will include the usual extra eumcular activities and 1 general MipervLsioii of arrangements in boarding hostels. 4. To visit schools to supervise students during practice-leaching and to secure liaison with the Training College. Applications should be submitted to tht Colonial Secretary. Triniil.id nnd Tobago, and must reach him before the 31st December, 1932. Copies and not originals of certificates and tesitrnoiiialfi should be submitted, 29.11.8a—So. SAGUENAY TERMINALS F.um Mont .. JANNA as. -noawsi 1 a A vn.su CANADIAN Sr.RVKI Ml, Halifax ..nd Balnt Jotta lap.cted Aarlval ll..11.. | J I,JI Ual*s Barbade. Ki Kv ;i Rat IB December — P Deo S He.-. u Deeember U.K. HERV1CK From Newport, Swansea, Liverpool and Glasgow 1 ii"--K.I Arrival Newport l.i.ifi lUnaa.l I.)..ia. Hale. Barbade. • a OaiaULV ill .ndt.cen.rnt> .'1 .'. IS December KOGBJVAEH B Dec. IS Dae. IB Dec. a January a %  "POLYTHADni Early Jam..... Raaiy Prbrunv U.K. AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE Froaa Hamburg. Rotterdam and I ..ml. HI Agents PLANTATIONS LTD. Phone 4703 ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY, INC POST OF KIPFRINTFNDENT OF PUBLIC HORKU. GRENADA invited for the post of Superintendent of Public onlmct for three yeara. Appllrnltnni Works. Grenada. SALARY: The salary of Hit post will be m the range Irotn 1.200 to 11.500 per annum according to the candidate's experience .md iiualincatiouii. In addition, a transport allowance al the into ol C315 por anruim Is payable. Coat of living allowanco Is no* payable DUTIES : The Oflicer will be required to perform all duties appertaining to the office of Superintendent of Public Works. In addition, he holds Ihe following appointmentby virtue of his office i Chairman of the Central Road Authority. Chturwian of the Central Wster Authority Chairman of the Queen's Park Committee: Member of several other Boards and Cocnmittee.i. He will also be required to undertake auch other duties a may from lime to lime be imposed on him by the laws of "he Colony direction of thr Officer Administering the Government. QUALIFICATIONS : The Candidate must be a Corporate Member of Ihe Institute of Civil Engineers and must have good Administrative experience and ability. QUARTERS: Quarters are uot ordinarily provided, but if necessary, con^deration may be given lu this question. In iheevent of quarters being provided rental will bo charged at a rate not exceeding 10 per cent, of the officer's salary. LEAVE J, PASSAGES: The officer will be elqjible bj earn leave, provided that his work and conduct have been satisfactory, at the rata of one week for each completed period of three months resident service. Free first class passages are provided on Rrat appointment. and on satisfactory termination of contract, for the officer and his f.imily Leave passages are not provided. a should be addressed to the Chief Secrel.irv. Wind.1 Island.-.. St. George's. Grenada, and must reach him not later than S'' December, 1952. 23 11 82—Sn il.\AIMA\ SI IK V H I!' (roRTXIBHTi Y) SOl'THaWfl'ND MONTKEAI. n *T JOHN HALU-AX S* ARJt BARBADOS U Limited I'a.aenB*' For further information Doc 11 lie Ipply: Da COSTA I i fajj Jan. 3D Jan. VIEW YORK SERVICE winy mis WKKSI aoUTHBOLND pHJfuTOLJJt BALT1MOU N*;w VOSUC Arr B'DOa SB Dae. IS Dae 1 Jan. NEW oiti.i: \\s sniiiu iiaaiaaaiin %  01 rsanlMD A PtaaUassR %  HAHIB an mi Nl OK1JCANM MOR1LE JAMAICA Aft B DOS IS Nov S Dec SO Dr. IT Hov II Dec. S Dec *> Dae. t Ja.. '_ %  "formalt on BBSMP BOUkHTT TIIOM LTD. ssssssssssassTMSP I |1 IrBgasnsssssssasBj GIVE BOOKS THIS CHRISTMAS | ADVOCATE STATIONERYs saeeeeBBsaci I t.n.i>ioi>iio\i Only 50 more I %  IMOilltS an havr i i I %  M M| :i for SI.IHI CENTRAL EMPORIUM cnr. Br,.ad & Tud %  s-. r 'f-'^^^^r.v^.v.-.-.-.-.^.-...-,...,...,..., v ,.,.,.,., VlV ,.,. l .,._.,.,.,.,., KARL EDMONDS F.R.S.A.. C.P.A. Certified Public Accnunt.. K. R. Ill'\TE HUH DTNC I AfWehT BfOasd Si I Bail, i Temporary PI



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    PACE TIN BARBADOS ADVOCATE IIIMill i)l( IMBI-H M. IK Aussies Lead S. Africa By 301 Runs Know \ our Cricket LAW 46—Bt ii. a. IJIPPIS ANOTHER GOOD HARVEY' INNINGS Mludl the study • uj which Mai %  %  IHIMMI. UCATHER IM) LKillT Unless agreement to the con'iary is made >>efore (he start ol a niau-h. the captains (dunnf reader. dual play th. i.^rlcai i for ihcit %  I'll lo demle in rmarrl lo the ntneaa of the .IOOTHI asaethai o. light (or play; Hi. vent oj dis%  nrr re%  Uired 1.. I P Khoul 1 %  .nl. I point* M to wh.n th. ninfiii-*' jhoul.i dund. (ait uriii unfau e l li.r.< in i '.•• publish the mling* here so that other ho might not have been the point* themselves dave the benefit of the rulings in question. UMPIU INI "i i Here ih. > are. III answer to ana query I would point out that It is .IcrK in UM int. mi .>r art sobadjthe OeMim. side that tin I'm lo COOltnUt. Tha pound tdL Tb*J VOUld therefore ha une tO prtM the umpire to stand siaiii' on the Kiirfne* or when it rram nj deal nol mnl It or slippery ; to deprive I nrr not ittoWOd W insist on hu 'he bntMTirn Of bowlOl nl ;i 4> tea-enable foothold, or the field*-, A'"'1 required I men of Ihc pOWOi %  > B %  %  >* %  mfoi m ID* IrtCominf 1 ment. Plav %  hould nol be su*. the number of bull remaining pended merely bccniiM the Bran M "Uv.i In Mt .II.'the ball %  Upparj % %  %  % %  I8BAHI DeK JArthur Morns and McDonald two beam Mt adding ets in hand and on advantagja OI, n(Iv Bnd hn unpatietn crowd. are sat fair to, ahuuled at them. Wait unMl Bedn.i Tnanan get at you." first Tost Here again*! South Africa Bill foi all that there are sign* th.it t:ie r old an* gelling ability has gone. in. but %  • lll'lll.l aa.iad %  ii An Umjiire should I. 10 i %  . ( piaq t it i nsMr.N's DQtm not AFTU PLAV STOPS After pension ol play, the captain*, or, if Ihi ha-, been lett to Ihem. the unianj ol will wilhout further instruction carry ul '"' inspection, learned i itelj nftei .11 contl "pect at UltarvaJa, Immediately to prolact ihen hands, without tne reapoif.Mr paxtaH decide' the consent of UM opposing capIbal play i* possible, they must lain and then only if special eiri .ill upn,i the i l .instances necessitate it The the game umpire tj entitled to inquire If Since publishi HI: the first par) permission ha heen granted m rl Thi* Law whu h touched upon such cases. (KHKET: A i-trallan eoond ini i-*wi.krtI'll f..i I9S to-day before %  i irl -.i brtttng by iJndWdUl and i i the position. The An trali. it\% miglii iuvt Been m even worse stra ghts hut • H IbO Held by the South Africans. HIK scores nave not been made %  "' %  %  %  %  *'"'• %  baa been u kick Of aUbillty; %  nca UK llOpaitma of Rradmari and Bamea. rlarvcy.again played well fur Bfty-two but there Is no more cer. laiutv throughout the ordai Tavileld flighted his off splnnera wrli to take three fot 111 (l thiinv. i bul W itking was un"'' %  la ntpeat his first innings d wMk none fur forty Ufllr b Tyr*ld %  td i" The wearing Of ajovaa b) 'he — per UJ an i.i i' in lioi bul tleldsmen ihould nol tu Uujwaai Blows, bandages or plaster ToUl Second Division John P. EKglcsficld, of Wanderers Cricket Club performed the 'hut-trick' as the lust series of Second Division Carries got underway last Saturday. Esglesfield's perfoimance was against Cumbermere at the School grounds, EUl Anal analysis was five wukels for nine runs. Other good performances last Saturday were returned by Mr. Smith of Combermere, who in the same match captured live of Wanderers wickets at a personal cost of 40 runs. Goddard of Y.M.P.C, who took six wickets for 11 runs against Lodge and his team-mate Austin who' t.ok four for 11. i imdih agonist Wander-110 runs while Oodilurd and Qambat ni ere .MH> skittled I Austin wreaked havoc niniiiut the L OUt for n runs, of which Mr. lutlsman, taking six for 11 and Smith scored. 1'4. He was the only four for a siiuil.n amount of 1 double figure ts-.tsman. Beside* runs respectively. F.u-lr.iflcld pefformanee, Hum-1 BatUng again, Y.MJ'.C. scored bowled well to capture i 24 for the loss of one wicket by wickets j lho el(MC of pluyi The games conclude next Saturday. „ i Kullowlng axe the scores:--^ 1 Y M.P.C. Koud. EDDIF HAMILTON LONDON It's time tome iummunscit.se u.i, .ippiifd to the problem of raising the 1'4,000 which the H. %  % % %  %  J A. gay they need If they are to send i Walker Cup team to %  'i. S:.i*r nt-xt .Mar. Suggetions on how golfer throughout the country might rafaM UM nind batra ao far produced little hard cash. When 1 asked the R. and A. this week how their fund stood, 1 was told: "The response from clubs is alow but steady. we are still in 1 urgent need of more money." I can't blaino the Rolfen foe 5 pulling the Walker Cup appeal M> far down their list of charity contributions. I am too well %  wan of whnt the boys on the Btaai m football terracing would say if far is Tuiflrfd ,l S.R.A. asked for money to send a side to South Africa. Offer Something No. the Walker Cup Committee won't get our money unless they can offer something better ] than the licking; 1 anticipate for our team at Boston, Mass.. neat 1 September. After all, no BrilT<> (he .Sport* Editor mb tenm. amateur or professional, SIH It has been my good for-! has succeeded in scoring a tune to be among the fairly large'toiy on American soil. a bp ,it Kensington Oval' Sending our boya over l_st Saturday saw the opening ot water as "poor reUtloruV' lent the annual B.C.A.. B.C.U cricket likely to put them in conquering match, and now for the benefit i mood. of those who have found it in, Lets get the llnances on a perconvenjani lo %  ttand 1 ask you martently even kaeL for space in your most valuable I offer golf headquarters this Holland He/amal of column to explain to them what solution to their problem Invite h twenty-nine hours the whole days play was like. the 3,01)0 or so golf clubs in OWtytla minutes and one sec-; While I do not want to be too Britain to run a summer tourna0,, S,. „ r h } n dealing with any Indim.nt on the lines of lb* Victory le 'rut four Mexicans were vldual member or members .,f Shield competition of the Down'lio ( epeda witli twenty-| either t* am I can hardly be comli.-pj, Dundee club. KAY LINDWALI 1.1 tU Walker Cup Tournament For Golfers i w .; I 9 UARBERDIM IU porliN I>RI— ',J $ SHIRT RBFR11IM M. SHIRT % I'l.lN lasssWa SHIRT; SHIRT! \ COTTON SPORT Sl-*$ IN RIOT OP SM IMI SHOES FROM INDIA SHOES FROM U.S. A Linens'ami erctem Mexican^ Lt^ding In Cycle Race MEXICO, Nov. 8. %  I :>., '.rl tan places In the standings at the end of the eighth lap of around Mexico bicycle rice holding all third— which was occuMAIL BAG pie, Franc first nine hours, thirty-three minutes | milting myself when I oulUtyHHM seconds, second Juvenspokenly declare that the game Una r.peda twenty-nlne hours., in Itself has b*H'n a very dull afihirty-four minutes, fifty-three 1 fair. It has been unable to ensecond-. fourth Caldino Crui i lertam any but the cttekal :lur, Iwenly-ninc hours, thirty six mln"which must have been very few utes. Ihlrty live seconds. Ilfth indeed" and for the selector, f iiullermo Sontoyo twenty nine [ themselves who must have been hours, thirty-seven minute-", five. wntching the game it hai seconds. Handicap Tournament Members can play as many inunds as they like during the three summer months of this handicap tournament's run — by paying 6d. for each card they take out. Their best foul: acoYes rount proeach month, the lowest ai Foreign SlundingN ,;';s, Y.M.I'C. 1st innings;— 52 (B. Edghill 17; Redman four f"i 10, Mayers four for 21, Brookes uuu for fl, Douglas one for 4), and 24 the school boys' for 20 runs. Wanderers Keply In their turn at the wicket, W.iiulerers realised 132 runs, with Eggleatielil putting in good alT-rouml performanc.bv .-fining 2C. Packer 25. Ramsay 18 and Armstrong 1. Howling for C.iiTiherrncrc. Mr. Smith look Rvo fi-r W mid Wei kes two for • % %  Balling again. Combermere hail Lodge l?t Innings 22 (Cook 10; %  fired 18 for the loss of one > Goddard six for 11, Austin four .vicket by close of play. Skeete for 11). U not nut 14. Wanderers vs. Combermere at At Beckles lto.d where C'oinbermereu YMl'C entertained the Ixidge Cumberniere 1st innings:— 37 boya Y.MfC lwtted llmt and (Mr. Smith 24; Egguaatleld ftvo were ill >. nd the only batsman to reach 18 for one (Skeete 141. double figures, his score was 17. | Wanderers lit iuiuims 132 When LoCsf* Lmtted. they fared I (Egglcslletd 28. Packer 25. Kainavttl worse than thihome team'say 18 and Armstrong Ifl; Mr. .. r ilicy were illamissed for 22 Smith five foi 40. Weekes three* runs with Cook lop-scoring with for 20). In foreign standings Glacomo C'itter the Venezuela led the field in the twelfth place with twenty nine tlOttrS, thirty-seven minutes flfty-nlne 'icniids. Cranco Cacii.ni of V.-iie/ueia wa,s thirty IVoond armi twenty nine hours Bftw-CNM minutes six seconds, Oalaappo Cavagna of Venezuela was forty sixth with thirty hours live minutes, thirty-three seconds and Luis Bahomandcs of l-le at Becklea £ h,t w flfty-eighlh with thirty hours, twenty-nine minutes, flftytwo seconds In taam standings Mexico oeeuplad ail of the first eleven places except for the ninth held by Venezuela and the eleventh. i %  Fr mi e U.P. >• iiggregate ^^? 11 . r ." NC "f" l aU Ior winning a monthly sweepstake. them, ndeed to lx> frank about i The U lowest rounda over the the entire days play ail that I three months win the Sh eld have seen for anyone to rejoice The Downfleld tourney has proahi.tit >v,is the remarkable bowl| duccd a re\-enue of up to £10 a UUj p-if..rmance Of the B.CJ... month to th.club medium fast ,bowlar Hudd.r Make the fee Is. a card, half whn In an inspired spell during going to the club, and donate the the afternoon made the batting other 6d. to the Walker Cup fund and Ihe batsmen look terribly If the competition was organised swmmiyc; n i M any entj an I iiunk it is i dktdOUa lhat they should be tailed upon lo explain men (Megaa. What would happen in other %  norta if .. rula like thia arara ao* forced" it would ufarcical to ask the mauagei >.t .. fiMitUill learn foui loalng • n ., .in. key ti his last four mounts were iK-aten. Long Distance Swim Bsrvantean year old Malcolm Browne, member of Snappers water polo team on Sunday swam non-stop from Christ Church lighthouse to ftocklcy Beach—a distance of approximately five miles — In two hours and 20 minutes. At one time he estimated he was almost a nulr olT shore. it is equally absurd in boxing. w.'ii-ktiown bam %  bava baan appeal before recent 'i council of the board, .md tins araah an other prominent tighter was nionecL No doubt he. like the others, j Rockli was told n eras |ual %  rouUna wt, he check-up. Bul well-ineam Ihouwh t Q, the rule is 1 suggest it should ba scrapped or that the number of defeats calling fm an lnou.tr> should !>. %  ineieased in six—L.K.f* After his swim Browne said he originally planned to swim tt) theBarbados Aquatic C 1 11 b (another three .K.I it. nri miles) hut an injured ankle %  n| (hurt playing football recently) umtroubloii him. Otherwise he was quite fresh when he reached When his ankle Is betill make another attempt. e. who works for the W.I. Biscuit Co., Ltd., represented Barbados in one of the Intercolonial water polo games against Trinidad In October. clubs of L.E.S. ;l had il not been for Koy Marshall and tu a lesser extent Clyde Waleott we might have seen a very strung B.C.A. batling team crumple under his onslaught for leas than fifty runs, and In less than an hours play Whnt has lieen responsible for Rudder* great ^cces* on a wicket which could not be described as very difficult for batsmen. I shall now explain. FlrstI) he discovered quite early thai ort of life in the wicket, und looking .,'. him as 1 did from the Kensington stand you could see determination written all over his face, for determined he was to extract every ounce of life out of the wicket .itul he succeeded in doing so. Secondly, unlike the othei p.tboWHH he did not concentrate short-pitched deliveries bul rather quite sensibly bowled a steady length gettin K the ball lo week's hard luck atory. BUL move in to the batsman and %  learned that her performance away from bun, and his ability lw vei mg Ihe 287 miles In 16 hours :u get the one to lift moat dis45 minutes, breaking thi concern"ngly from the proper by over 20 minutes, will not be length made batting look as. officially recognised. The reaaoi difficult as the development of | is that in 1890 a rule was madi the "Hydrogen Bomo," thus E forbidding advance publicity 01 rather suspect that on such a; record attempts—for reasons o performance Rudder must have 1 road safety Eileen's bid was reposed a moat serious threat for ported in one of Britain's dad ihe number one position as a pure' papers the morning that she s I..F.S ational seal* onto, and the 3,000 British were prepared to guarant fund £1 annually, the feeling of charity would be removed. Members would support a newttyto competition thai would permit them to pla) noiiiing. afternoon and evening The R and A. would be certain of ar Income and the future Walker Cup would be a: .••I HARD LUCK LADY Mrs. Eileen Sluiidan. the Coventry house-wife who cycU from Land's End to Hyde Park 1 record lUna, is Uia subject of U bowler for the Barbados learn t< play against India. It lias been foi a very long time now since we .% %  t saw bowling of this type at Kensuiglon Oval. In actual fad' ihe last tune I saw such le:ii..ii.-U..tinn Of this kind •II was In 1942 when l-i .uout Ihi, bowler bofu*e ho is !,..,„' '., r .. i-.ililinuultc unumal In 1 "' um I'.irts, und I strongly pnp"' Icrdi h. j SHOES! ^ FROM U. K. 1 SHOES 1 FROM CANADA I; IN GREATEST VARIETY ^ IMAGINABIE AT I; THANIS j Pr. Win. H*nry St. I j I.I WM \K COTTON -Hi 1 1 *. 8S" x 100" Each I.IBRAY COTTON SHEETS M0" x 100" Each LlLV-WIIITi: COTTON SHEETS 78" x 9W" Farh RFXUFAR COTTON PILLOW CASES 20" x 3U" Farh PILLOW COTTON M Inrhr. wide. Per yard A SPECIAL LACK DRFKSING TABLE SETS. 1 piece set Round Pieces | aae If y..nr experleooe dc match their. to see If yoa, don't avoid the nervousness How lyMm finfchBi-t work. It hat a -MJinlnff" and •oolrtlsff tStol on fi* uc-i.i . y VI*IIBV IAI to Ollr* nuir mtiulrtMl |MlH. C'OITipi. 11IA*' dulrril. a pain — so often associated with %  those days"! Remember Lydla Plnkham'a. tuo — if you're suffering the "hot Hashes" and other funcUonallrcaosed ihatraea of "change of Ufe." Oet Lydla Plnkham's Compound or iMrtc. Impror-rd TableU with added Iron I trial sire only SMI Jlarj j W Ma f | d^ alt*^'.> It Every Time r TAKE S0'E OF HXIR. STUFFVr 7&ANX AMD A LIFT Cf=^ THE **ATLO UD TO 9 4*/2Y WcV'ftV J.'sT, 3 r "*-l m.iVr Busy Street buck Street was busy >esf mnrning with shop keeper* to the city to orde uad .ntry merchanL* wenparked on both sides of the IMIII. ruinitj now, Km ind.iS. %  ". " m ?. rnulrt 1 u,reu t-. „ 1 A policeman between Pinfold and Crumpton streets helped to direct traffic, but several animal drawn carts using the highway kept traffic ot half speed. On the pavements and entrances to side streets sellers of fruit, first test i vegetables *tc., added to the andUJon of the street. Swan Street which was used jns a "one way" street on Satur|da> was opened to traffic from both sides yesterday Traffic (through this street wa also aaaaaeaasaaaaaaaa die port unity would have >omething to rejoice .ibout in the not too distant future, for the long tuna search to tlnd .1 successor to England's Maurice Tale would have come 10 an end when Rudder takes his nghtful place for the West Indies against India In hi: match. Thanking you for space. ARCHIBALD PERCH. Gall Hill. iri-1 Church 8.12.51. aaa..aa ease ooeeee The Ideal Christmas Gift D11 MAIIKIER FILTER TIP CIGARETTES in SPECIAL FLAT PRESENTATION PACKAGES of 50 Each. OBTAINABLE FROM ALL TOBACCONISTS $1.16 per |i;lrk;iMiSO WILKINSON & SOLE HAYNES CO. LTD. AGENTS. ANIMAL TOYS MERRY-GO-ROUNDS TOT-CYCLES PONIES Our TOY BAZAAR is quit., IU-W ihis year, with a M'lection ol hard wearing, practical toys that will prove to be an investment lor 195:1! Take advantage of our Xinas Layaway Plan: :. r ', Hounpayineiit will hold your purchase until Christmas Eve: :v*vv.-.v<*M.t.-.vs*-.f.vs* K. R. Hunte & Co., Ltd. LOWER BROAD Phone SIM



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    WHATS ON TODAT M | *<""W Chnwui C.rd Compctm. I at MlMrutli 10 P IT, B C in !" a* • %  Jo—p n and 1 an* T SB p m Mobile m,. !" K jufsU n d r.itur* YfST(gDAY 1 -VFA "HUt REPORT rj IK* riuw thai lac** a*al*Unc*. QatfiM Ihv wrong! that nratf IOIIUHM. for th* futunr In th* diiianrr '.'.d Iha food that 1 can do Seven Frenchmen, 40 Moroccans Killed Rioting Starts In Casablanca CASABLANCA. Dec. 8 Seven Frenchmen and 40 Moroccans were killed t< day in the worst incident in this French North African pTObWtorate in more than a year. StUM Krein-h civilians were found mutilated in the industrial 'Carneres Centrale" quarter, their heads slit off and thrlr clothes charred from flames. Three other -European" civilians were wounded. Coronation Will Be Televised Hundred* of police *eled o*T Ihe natiM' Medinu quarter and ten tanks patrolled the tense streets. A crowd of Arabs were reported to lxholed m> in ;i mosque near %  troubleaoaM pan of the .,iv and police troops took up positions nearby. Police have arrested Mohammed Boua/jui, Secretary General of the Communist-led General. Confederation of Labour and two Communist leaders. mNDON. Dec. 8. Officials staging the coronation ibowed to public eatery and approved television i-overage "i Three newspapers of the lullthe evenl. The committee anqual Nationalist c• < p '.meed that TV cameras will tie have been banned. Disturbances allowed in Westminster Abbey to cover much of the lengthy rcliararnony including ii actual placing of the crown 0 t bead B> n ittc-. will i.tbanned. Th' %  „. came during a 24-hour strike called by Bouazza's trg Which may now !*• prolonged until tomorrow acrurding to unconnrmed reports The strike. inpiutwi -iinit %  „,,,„,„, ,^1^^,.^^ wU | not „. the murder last Friday of Hitched. It)u g ltl ^ n .. ^w ullrt pi m Tangier and Tetuan In Bpa nMl Moroeeo. In the first of to-day's rioti :. w„\e Of WI people attacked the police tjtii.ii which they had besieged inst night. The crowd swelled to 3.000 .ind French nuthorittM sent i detachment t restore ordei I I" Sudden Lift In Vietminh Assault another piunt the procession through the streets of lnrtnn will bg> Ml :hal more people %  h The bullatlni ...i*i*-'i U %  th R \ t %  • 11 tag* .i huga B] v.. Buckingham PeAeca mi (-,,•. r Senior Commonwealth ofnclals tha rtyk and Utlaa whleb the Queen will be jsked to consider for her coronation The 'mplete draft wan passed on o M their ntandinfl the Briili Cnmirnnwenlth ten-day ecoomic conference. Complete s— reey was maintained about the rtual phrasing of the titles. —(C.P ) t'nun Ml Quurtmrm: Restaurant Owner Pushed Into Oven %  •gee: the pollca had u be HeilM in to reacue restaurant%  IWM. Southern Italy, from an oven here he had been pushed by an angt> cnete declared hu plzia wu umtcrrooked When ihc> ,ni the restaurant-iwnrr's feet could be seen sticking out of the oven. Plus Is a thin round "hec of dough covered with tomato sauce. chtese and anchovies and baked %  bread oven WHlingUn. N./.r The repot' to U Oeneraj Assembly of th*Prebyterlan Chuuh ot New Zealand Baaed that th* traditional Wedl h be scrapped from the %  beceuse "It has had its day." The committee stated In it* report. 'We would welcome new music to i Id -i too much Wtigncr .ind Mondtf sohn aUaae: The Hussnuta have apologised to the It ilian republican .men: Dor imiag unw-utingi out r i nirehist propai ii. Moaon* Ink Ol Italian Kirl* want to Moscow this summer lo lake part in %  basketball tournament, the Soviet %  utbarlUat aave Uieni an Italis"' flag to carry in a parade. But Instead of giving the girls the newityta Italian Bag, thaj gave theni an old one with the arms ( the Rural house on itWellington, NZ.. To help tin.i %  %  < %  ol the C6.000 needed to n New Zealand "fOfnen'l team to Brium in lM. member^ of the Wellington Women's Cricket Association will go baby-fitting. HANOI. Indo China, Dec. A Pr-nch Aery spokesman Monday that french authorities feared the sudden dmp Dl \ -' running low. HIi forcei arere pounded all la-t week. Fieneh tioops within the rortreai belni (ed by alrllfl The ip OaWg m a M nd Ciiap fnail-hke munitions supply system —consisting almost entirely of Coolies—may have left him nhort of mortar and artillery shells with which la spearhead a new n-igiaueht — I'-F. New President Of Israel JERUSAI£M Dec. 1. RusslBii-bnrn Vietzhak BeuvL veteran Socialist ZaflBl Mdl has been elected President ol Israel. The 68-year old who came %  (Me-tine at the turn of th century succeeds Dr. Chalm Wel7m.tnn who died la-t month.—C.P 'Ized property doe* not apply to riil facilities daatrayad by the army In the Philippine Islands shortly after Pearl Harbour. The oil facilities including wharves, pipelines. gtoragW "iid %  nrehouses Rfffi located In Pandewaa district of Manila The properties were destroyed oi order of General Douglas Mai Arthur on Dcccmlier 2fl. 1841 a: the Japanese entered the eity The owners of the Standard Vacuum Oil Company Caltex (Phihpi iii-si Incorporated and Shell Company or the Philippine IslamU demanded payments for the properties. Government paid r.ileum stocks and t portation equipment only. Ooanpeniee demanded another $6,000,000. for the rest of th* demolished facilities The Court of Claims upheld "Just CO) Supreme C'otirl ruling.—I'.P. Bicycle Tliit^f Fined £10 %  Keep your hands off othe i i u topa rty and vouratU lucky thut you are not going to prison," His Worslup Mr. G. B. Griffith told 24-year-old 1..I-.UIi-r James liurrowes of Redman's Tenantry, St. George yesterday when ho lined him £ 10 for stealing a bicycle frdm John MilJmgton pf Belle Gully. St Mlcttaet The uflence was committed on August 3 this year. Sgt. E. W. King attached to Central Station E iosecuted for the Police while urrowes was not represented The line i* to IKpaid by monthly instalments of £2 there is an alternative of three months' imprisonment with hard 1-hour. Burrowes elected to b> tried summarily. Burrowes while passing Bell Gully, St. Michael saw Millingi,., > %  ,. %  .rut la of a nou %  U. N. VOTES FOR INDIA PLAN TALKS BfiuSH OPtOATI Sir Gladwyn Jcbb (rear, left) and R. H. Ceatai I South Africa (right) raise Ibeir hands in approval aa the United .'. Political Committee votes overwhelmingly for Immediate discussion of Korean peace plan. Russia* Foreign UlnMe* At M I >^K* down at some papers as thp Soviet bloc M defeated He ad to itsvc a OM poanmrneea rot* (Htemettonai) their right to : Hl took it to hl Rome and made .t ion." The ,.,, v n South ;Persia. Britub Foreign BeeretaT) Anthony Eden told Parliament toUu Replying to queetiene, Bdei "The British Government con, linuc to regard products of the oil Industry in S-mth Persia as the property of the AngU>-Iraman Oil Company. He said that in a note i M ryetobar B Britain that the acceptance .aiuation in par%  %  Mr. F>!. [ October It and m a at Parliament on October 15, the British Government had reserved Mi G S Corbln, Parochial of St pctci ."id M C. A Thornton were appotntedl to rengeaant the 8t Potei v, %  on fiw Oeneral " n '., i.. rt.e .,|.|,inimenl* wero Unf ol the VeelT) r t | rday aternoon Th i (| eetod to hold its first meeting at the I Cumberland street, on 10, t" discus I The appointment* w •n the moUn Mr T K CortEtl U Corotn thanked the \ i i try lor appointing aim do e* arytating it La itaSfy members He roll that if taxpayen wen utti LU I" al" %  their. Should ActiiiK i hnrchviiinleii Mi Q i t O P MO two wi. in Header, In %  try, said that he had *<• en t Di Pony Ol preen vere. Rev. A. J Hatch. Mr T S Chand Oni, Ml T E Corl n. Mr. G. C. Pnrris and Mr. D. V. !. Christ Church Tht Chratl I their meeting yeaterdav %  out Ml H st t. Steel Bridge Al Belle Launched Tha UO-fnut-apaii attftl brMge which wQI .any tht 1M) inch nrlcrial watej mam over Hie BHIe Cully and con neit nptha nrw Bell* Blctj ic Pumpiiuj SUUoii wtth Gruini UCCd hill) launched ,hty. Id* Acting % 9 a""s i Oovarnor. Mr. B. Morr Czech Coiiiinunisls \rrrslr,l i LONDON At least six blah %  ind <:•." i eportad to i mg the afternoon, ind wen h. I, the la-ton brtu Una "I, ttit h Ol 'lie guUj Th> both congiatulatad the ol tin WetarworS !• %  I'.iilnn'il I e|Mili*iblc fur tlic launching. Mr. I, t Paritt, ,i Rngioeer ol the Dol arlmanl wan in chaii;i ,i Ihi [aunchlng, assisted by Mr. L ftmlage Junini Enguieei. Mr .'. A. Johnaon Mi RichMr, W II was ian, Mr. (, %  i poet Clarrod. nktt t oh Vice Premier t : Rid rk .1* .'. %  %  .. %  K ni formIrelfai i l.i.hel..'. rhe bridgi rat oC III kind to i"' laum in.i in ii..iU.dos. was %  %  given the 'le Na< irucl i Ob Bin arh> • %  i shipping. • .11 ..IK. lit H O'elOOfe m line weuthi rin| the ihr* dun I %  '' look lo complei ihi prelimlnt. Tl.e ggl in • ,,i.l Uul lin uinl. i <.f Blah ranking %  uf ihe c;rrh Conmuinl %  Par! I |. %  .. %  %  d it, iht lateet i v public and Ited • i over the rested sine %  East German Gommwiists rWteited UHU.IN !>,' .. Informed Comm mi I Monday predicte-i an K.i brtal of la hi met scapegoats f->r the (allun I kmnan Conunui halt effectively West tegratton rtth %  .,, 11 the ii i.ii Don QBtn i %  %  i the Fjist Oerman ittor ",,,,1,1 u. fotn di mil' Wi part] iin.i %  i i ii,, , ,.i man Pttlitburo Both Aieni a th Moat* I M< rbei %  %  ed •%  t Oennan Conunui b i \' alleged link Wi %  v r. Vil \llIIIJII To RuMeh S*-iu' Of < .r;i-.i Mhuiiluiifil I ALII%  %  donad atu n i al c *7 Iran %¡ /:: high on ped Mt. ban (."• Mondej ji.ii Uuioonad J at.steaijj expedition i i S rwII a ;,ir T N Patrce tor the A i-man part] an purpose ol aiiendin fc a aonoral '-'• Suon* kw from meeting of representative. l<' Ufa aagty M' the ni' and m-ke Weane^day. h. eonneetloo with waaaMtking forlrea amendments to Ihe V.-strie Act. Bu ,i I wen ft.r tha Vi ccided %  i. 11, %  i < %  the St John Vestry dealing with the matter Mi. C S. McKenzie was I Hag as a Vestryman lev%  i.,: aettng appointmenu U %  l U. be made on the various Boards uf which Mr. McKenUe Is a member. The Vestry appointed the follow ing: Mi A G. Gittens, member if e> on Page *lng wu, The wre, k.iK" \t bssU %  that of which disappeared laat Tllgltt who held from Arizona. The laat atleeant lo raaah bin piana R •. rbn I %  my lau^rooi Uirned aftai rap pod bj %  line—t '.r\ of tl I \ H Ahull Prrtaulioiis %  Uken I Die II launcl i Ihe bridga were re eleven the %  %  [, ravine *., %  ah bank %  i' i hand il BjgfOBJ Inch When %  mm down thi ncnt As it 101 %  ghtlj n i tahi. %  i 1 I n en boui '. rlaht. nd tackh (ram there on. was giaduslly towed across, its nose pointing down Into the gutty, AM. I tti. Ufa* boon receea tl OM Were ma^c, ratseni i oattfiued undei late M" I %  %  '' by the en|[ineers, Mr Parfltt and Mi. Caller n 0 • bank, and Mi Enu • -... rage a 14 Shopping Day* before Xmos E'pt'.s %  1 I r mem%  %  %  %  •HTnunh %  I %  %  %  PI in0 tin pace 1 37 People %  >i* lii Ciiliun Plane Oash MR 1. I %  IIr i 81 % %  %  1 n i -in m so for % %  hava ieen .., ibla to •nee of %  ,i. i, Throuih the \'%  have ashed the at.i of rj.ST %  .lame. Pi lyeis ..iIn It'' In tha Korruui —t'P. yovembor SvssiotiK End %  %  %  %  n< Gen. MacArlhur's Plan It RALPH It \lHOril i e -.KW VOBH Dec. fk %  %  l Pn bower win siim ak Qeanrei tite on tha ptan %  < %  aawar to a Douglas Mac Arthur to expl n nn his new plan to end the KoVc n oral I war G. mlence on major public issues laat tithur does not • %  stalemated w.. hosvei Hi red to give details -A hu In I %  I %  I '.the nghU of the Iran O-l Com-' matter for preset l panv. pending agreement on comcussion Bu'. he implied he was hit one-time comma) pensauon — C . t ready to discloie t: to Mr. Elsenl iSuilor Juiled For larceny Sentence of three months imprisonment with hard laboui passed on 20idiai Mil %  ( "*. %  t'aul of Iha B cl toonoj Uudalpba eho pi*-i-d i;uiiiy baforf Hu Mr '. it Gnmth Aet: Distrli I i r ol Bents' %  Paul hat one previous conviction. Tin %  • %  e t"i the prosecu%  %  %  a i I to Cen; prosecuted for i the Police. 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Title: The Barbados advocate
Uniform Title: Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
Portion of title: Sunday advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Advocate Co.
Place of Publication: Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
Publication Date: Tuesday, December 09, 1952
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Apr. 22, 1983-
Numbering Peculiarities: No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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WHATS ON TODAT
M |
*<""W Chnwui C.rd Compctm.
I at MlMrutli 10 P IT,
B C in a* Jopn and 1
an* T SB p m
Mobile m,.. KjufsUnd r.itur*
YfST(gDAY 1 -VFA "HUt REPORT
rj IK* riuw thai lac** a*al*Unc*.
QatfiM Ihv wrong! that nratf ioiiUhM.
for th* futunr In th* diiianrr
'.'.d Iha food that 1 can do
Seven Frenchmen,
40 Moroccans Killed
Rioting Starts
In Casablanca
CASABLANCA. Dec. 8
Seven Frenchmen and 40 Moroccans were killed t< day
in the worst incident in this French North African pTObW-
torate in more than a year. StUM Krein-h civilians were
found mutilated in the industrial 'Carneres Centrale"
quarter, their heads slit off and thrlr clothes charred from
flames. Three other -European" civilians were wounded.
Coronation
Will Be
Televised
Hundred* of police *eled o*T
Ihe natiM' Medinu quarter and
ten tanks patrolled the tense
streets. A crowd of Arabs were
reported to lx- holed m> in ;i
mosque near troubleaoaM pan
of the .,iv and police troops took
up positions nearby.
Police have arrested Moham-
med Boua/jui, Secretary General
of the Communist-led General.
Confederation of Labour and two ,
Communist leaders.
mNDON. Dec. 8.
Officials staging the coronation
ibowed to public eatery and
approved television i-overage "i
Three newspapers of the lull- the evenl. The committee an-
qual Nationalist c < p '.meed that TV cameras will tie
have been banned. Disturbances allowed in Westminster Abbey to
cover much of the lengthy rcli-
ararnony including ii
actual placing of the crown 0 t
bead B> n
ittc-. will i.t- banned. Th'
.
came during a 24-hour strike
called by Bouazza's trg
Which may now !* prolonged
until tomorrow acrurding to un-
connrmed reports
The strike. inpiutwi -iinit ,,,,, ,^1^^,.^^ wU| not .
the murder last Friday of Hitched. It)u. gltl^n.. ^w ullrt pim
Tangier and Tetuan In BpanMl '
Moroeeo.
In the first of to-day's rioti
:. w\e Of WI people attacked the
police tjtii.ii which they had
besieged inst night. The crowd
swelled to 3.000 .ind French
nuthorittM sent i detachment t
restore ordei
I I"
Sudden Lift
In Vietminh
Assault
another piunt
the procession
through the streets of lnrtnn will
bg> Ml..... :hal more people
h The bullatlni ...i*i*-'i
U th R \ t 11 tag* .i huga
B] v.. Buckingham PeAeca
mi (-,,. r
Senior Commonwealth ofnclals
tha rtyk and Utlaa whleb
the Queen will be jsked to con-
sider for her coronation The
'mplete draft wan passed on o
M their
ntandinfl the Brii-
li Cnmirnnwenlth ten-day eco-
omic conference. Complete s
reey was maintained about the
rtual phrasing of the titles.
(C.P )
t'nun Ml Quurtmrm:
Restaurant
Owner Pushed
Into Oven
gee: the pollca had u be
HeilM in to reacue restaurant-
IWm. Southern Italy,
from an oven here he had been
pushed by an angt> cnete
declared hu plzia wu umtcr-
rooked When ihc> ,ni
the restaurant-iwnrr's feet could
be seen sticking out of the oven.
Plus Is a thin round "hec of
dough covered with tomato sauce.
chtese and anchovies and baked
bread oven
WHlingUn. N./.r The repot' to
U Oeneraj Assembly of th*- Pre-
byterlan Chuuh ot New Zealand
Baaed that th* traditional Wed-
l h be scrapped from the
beceuse "It has
had its day." The committee
stated In it* report. 'We would
welcome new music to i Id -i
too much Wtigncr .ind Mondtf
sohn "
aUaae: The Hussnuta have ap-
ologised to the It ilian republican
.men: Dor im- iag unw-uting-
i out r i nirehist propa-
i ii. Moaon* Ink
Ol Italian Kirl* want to Moscow
this summer lo lake part in
basketball tournament, the Soviet
utbarlUat aave Uieni an Italis"'
flag to carry in a parade. But In-
stead of giving the girls the new-
ityta Italian Bag, thaj gave theni
an old one with the arms ( the
Rural house on it-
Wellington, NZ.. To help tin.i
< ol the C6.000 needed to
n New Zealand "fOfnen'l
team to Brium in lM. member^
of the Wellington Women's Cricket
Association will go baby-fitting.
HANOI. Indo China, Dec.
A Pr-nch Aery spokesman
Monday that french authorities
feared the sudden dmp Dl \ mlnh activity around besiege.!
Nasan indicates Rerts have wtth-
dr.twn the bulk of their forces for
(. -.bike elsewhere. He said the
iiftaii, of the avauH on Uw artreai
was "frankly puzzling
its importance in the Fri-ii.li CM
of defence.
lie -iiil however ih;t the Com- seized and destroyed by the
munist Commander Vonrulyen juin;,. s HUDMBl H
Giup may merelv be .i"ait.n: i,1M.Vent it falling into enemy
hands. The court held that the
fifth amendment
peasationh for
U-?. Govrniment
Will Not Pay For
Selied Property
WASHINGTON, Dec. 8.
The BUDfl ruled. M
Moe.(l:i\ that private property
owners do not have constitutional
right to payment for property
Delia} !m
Mid-easl
Dtft'iice
it. k c iiuim
might





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I ter! hudge. wsighing 1H t..h |i here seen pointing at IM
own Into the SU foot IWflae elU.U iuiu. aouUi of tke Belle
In Uic foreground csn be seen nan working tke winch snd lioit
-ed the bridge Into ltd" rttlcsl stag* of lu Uuncblng N-.r the
at the far end of tho hrldte is The naetor whuli held the -train
of tha hrntge during this proctvi.
AQOVi; A view of tlie hndge loolting vuutb lu ltd final iMtlUg place artor It was
-sfnUy toaaehad yeatenlsy afurnoon. This bridge will carry a KO Inch -rterial
watar main from tha Belli Pumping StaUon to Orand Vlaw and Brltton'* Hill
Delegates
To Vestries
'talks Chosen
Bomb For
TIw Queen?
EDINBURGH, Dec. 8
A home-made bomb the size of
an egg was planted last night
in a Scottish mailbox marked
with the royal cipher of the
Queen. Police said that the bomb
was set by a Scottish NatlOnaliit
protesting because the new sov-
ereign wa- described as Queen
Elizabeth II of Scotland. The
Nationalist claim that Qu^fn
Elizabeth I Of the MXteenth ..n-
Mnv did not rule Scotland.
relnfiir.' v suffei
lOgagf in two alv
Milit.uy observers Bak
ammunition must >-' running low.
HIi forcei arere pounded all la-t
week. Fieneh tioops within the
rortreai belni (ed by alrllfl
The ipOaWgmaM nd Ciiap .
fnail-hke munitions supply system
consisting almost entirely of
Cooliesmay have left him nhort
of mortar and artillery shells with
which la spearhead a new n-i-
giaueht I'-F.____________
New President
Of Israel
JERUSAIM Dec. 1.
RusslBii-bnrn Vietzhak BeuvL
veteran Socialist ZaflBl Mdl
has been elected President ol
Israel. The 68-year old who came
(Me-tine at the turn of th
century succeeds Dr. Chalm Wel7-
m.tnn who died la-t month.C.P
'Ized property
doe* not apply to riil facilities
daatrayad by the army In the
Philippine Islands shortly after
Pearl Harbour.
The oil facilities including
wharves, pipelines. gtoragW "iid
nrehouses Rfffi located In Pan-
dewaa district of Manila The
properties were destroyed oi
order of General Douglas Mai
Arthur on Dcccmlier 2fl. 1841 a:
the Japanese entered the eity
The owners of the Standard
Vacuum Oil Company Caltex
(Phihpi iii-si Incorporated and
Shell Company or the Philippine
IslamU demanded payments for
the properties. Government paid
' r.ileum stocks and t
portation equipment only.
Ooanpeniee demanded another
$6,000,000. for the rest of th*
demolished facilities The Court
of Claims upheld
"Just CO)
Supreme C'otirl
ruling.I'.P.
Bicycle Tliit^f
Fined 10
Keep your hands off othe
i i utoparty and
vouratU lucky thut you are not
going to prison," His Worslup Mr.
G. B. Griffith told 24-year-old
1..I-.UIi-r James liurrowes of Red-
man's Tenantry, St. George yes-
terday when ho lined him 10 for
stealing a bicycle frdm John Mil-
Jmgton pf Belle Gully. St Mlcttaet
The uflence was committed on
August 3 this year. Sgt. E. W.
King attached to Central Station
Eiosecuted for the Police while
urrowes was not represented
The line i* to Ik- paid by
monthly instalments of 2
there is an alternative of three
months' imprisonment with hard
1-hour. Burrowes elected to b>
tried summarily.
Burrowes while passing Bell
Gully, St. Michael saw Milling-
i,., >. ,. .rut la of a nou
U. N. VOTES FOR INDIA PLAN TALKS
BfiuSH OPtOATI Sir Gladwyn Jcbb (rear, left) and R. H. Ceatai I
South Africa (right) raise Ibeir hands in approval aa the United .'.
Political Committee votes overwhelmingly for Immediate discussion of
Korean peace plan. Russia* Foreign UlnMe* At
M I >^K* down at some papers as thp Soviet bloc M defeated He
ad to itsvc a OM poanmrneea rot* (Htemettonai)
their right to :Hl. took it to hl Rome and made
.t ion." The ,.,,v reversed that After altering the bicycle and
hoping that it would not
identified, ho took it to the bicycle
shop of Donald Downes of Nel-
son Street and by chance Mil-
Unglon while walking in Nelson
Street saw the bicycle for sale.
He recognised ii by the frame.
MilUngtm. then tailed the Po-
ll, e ,.nd IKiwnes told the Police
that Burrowes had brought the
i-leycle to hia place and hart asked
"im lo sell It for him.
cpi Bycr of the Criminal In-
itgaUon Department at bad
B owes home at itedman's
Tenantry, St. George and found
f the parts from Milling
tons bicycle.
BRITAIN WILL
SLPPOR1 RIGHTS
OF. A.1.0.C
LONDON. Dec 8
IJi.Uin will back the Anglo-
Iranian Oil Company in maintain-
ing its property rights
the ml industry >n South
;Persia. Britub Foreign BeeretaT)
Anthony Eden told Parliament to-
Uu
' Replying to queetiene, Bdei
"The British Government con-
, linuc to regard products of the oil
' Industry in S-mth Persia as the
' property of the AngU>-Iraman Oil
Company. He said that in a note
i m ryetobar B Britain
that the acceptance
.aiuation in par-


Mr. F>!.
[ October It and m a at
Parliament on October 15, the
British Government had reserved
Mi G S Corbln, Parochial
of St pctci ."id M
C. A Thornton were appotntedl
to rengeaant the 8t Potei v,
on fiw Oeneral " n
'., i.. rt.e .,|.|,inimenl* wero
Unf ol the VeelT)
rt | rday aternoon Th
i (| eetod to hold
its first meeting at the I
Cumberland street, on
10, t" discus
I
The appointment* w
n the moUn seconded > Mr T K CortEtl
U Corotn thanked the \ i i
try lor appointing aim
do e* arytating it
La itaSfy members He
roll that if taxpayen wen utti
lu I" al"
.their. Should
ActiiiK i hnrchviiinleii
Mi Q a 'be b-
Mi A A Oil]
'.
III A A. Gill hud requested
I'arochi.il
og iti cud they
Ha
. i
..... a paraayaph it <.i the
',. | *ti. notioi al
bers. Tl Chab man, i
A J. Batch alb i reeding ea
b Hid; "We
the Cl ii'hwmden
leave". The Vestry then agreed
urn month.
Mr. T. S. Chandler, on a mot 00
by Mr O. <; 0UL Senior OUBrd*
ian, was appoinl
Ouardlani while Mr. t E
Cm bin w.i" ..pi-.ni'ed to the
DM Board
The Vaotry aymuted i>i t O
P MO two wi.
in Header, In
try, said that he had *<
en.....t Di Pony Ol
.
preen vere. Rev.
A. J Hatch. Mr T S Chand
Oni, Ml T E Corl n.
Mr. G. C. Pnrris and Mr. D. V.
!.
Christ Church
Tht Chratl I
their meeting yeaterdav

out Ml H st t.
Steel Bridge Al
Belle Launched
Tha UO-fnut-apaii attftl brMge which wQI .any tht
1M) inch nrlcrial watej mam over Hie BHIe Cully and con
neit nptha nrw Bell* Blctj ic Pumpiiuj SUUoii wtth Gruini
UCCd hill) launched
,hty.
Id* Acting
% 9 a""s i Oovarnor. Mr. B.
Morr Czech
Coiiiinunisls
\rrrslr,l

i
LONDON
At least six blah

ind <:." i
eportad to
i
mg the afternoon, ind wen
h. I, the la-ton brtu
Una "I, ttit
h Ol 'lie guUj
Th> both congiatulatad the
ol tin WetarworS !
I'.iilnn'il I e|Mili*iblc fur tlic
launching. Mr. I, t Paritt,
,i Rngioeer ol the Do-
l arlmanl wan in chaii;i ,i Ihi
[aunchlng, assisted by Mr. L
ftmlage Junini Enguieei. Mr
.'.
A. Johnaon
Mi Rich-
Mr, W II
was
ian, Mr. (,

i poet
Clarrod. nktt
t oh Vice Premier t
: Rid rk
.1* .'. - *
' .. K ni form-
Irelfai i
l.i.hel..'.
rhe bridgi rat oC III kind
to i"' laum in.i in ii..iU.dos. was

..... given the 'le
Na< irucl i Ob Bin arh>
i..... shipping.
.11 ..Ik.lit H O'elOOfe
. m line weuth-
i rin| the ihr*
dun I'' look lo complei ihi prelimln-

t.
Tl.e ggl in ,,i.l Uul
lin.....uinl. i <.f Blah ranking

uf ihe c;rrh Conmuinl Par!
I |. .. , d it, iht lateet
i v
public and
Ited
i over the
rested sine

East German
Gommwiists
rWteited
UHU.IN !>,' ..
Informed Comm mi I
Monday predicte-i an K.i
brtal of la hi met
scapegoats f->r the (allun
I kmnan Conunui
halt effectively West
tegratton rtth
.,, 11
the ii i.ii Don QBtn i i "
the Fjist Oerman ittor
",,,,1,1 u. fotn
di mil' Wi
part] iin.i...... i
i ii,, , ,.i .
man Pttlitburo Both
Aieni a th Moat* I M< rbei

ed - t Oennan Conunui
b i \'
alleged link
Wi '
v r.
Vil \ll- iiijiI To
RuMeh S*-iu' Of
< .r;i-.i Mhuiiluiifil
I ALII-

donad atu n i al
c *7 Iran ? /:: high on
ped Mt. ban (."
Mondej ji.ii Uuioonad j
at.steaijj expedition
i i
Srw- II a
, ;,ir t N Patrce tor the A i-man part] an
purpose ol aiiendinfc a aonoral '-' Suon* kw from
meeting of representative. l<' Ufa aagty M'
the ni'
and m-ke Weane^day. h.
eonneetloo with waaaMtking forlrea
amendments to Ihe V.-strie Act. Bu,i I wen
ft.r tha Vi -
ccided
. i. 11, i <
the St John Vestry dealing with
the matter
Mi. C S. McKenzie was
I
Hag as a Vestryman lev-
i.,: aettng appointmenu U l
U. be made on the various Boards
uf which Mr. McKenUe Is a mem-
ber.
The Vestry appointed the fol-
low ing:
Mi A G. Gittens, member if
e> on Page
*lng wu, ,
The wre, k.iK" \t bssU '
that of
which disappeared laat
Tllgltt who
held from Arizona. The laat at-
leeant lo raaah bin piana r .
rbn I
my lau^rooi
Uirned aftai rap
pod bj "'
line- t '.r\
of tl
I
\
H Ahull
Prrtaulioiis
Uken I
Die II
launcl
.
i
Ihe bridga were
re eleven
the
[, ravine *.,
ah bank
i' i hand
il BjgfOBJ
Inch
When

mm down thi
ncnt As it 101
ghtlj n i tahi.
i
1 I n en boui
'. rlaht.
nd tackh
(ram there on. was
giaduslly towed across, its nose
pointing down Into the gutty,
am. i tti. Ufa* boon receea
tl OM Were ma^c,
ratseni i oattfiued undei
late M" I ' '' by the en|[in-
eers, Mr Parfltt and Mi. Caller
n 0 bank, and Mi Enu
-... rage a
14
Shopping Day*
before Xmos
' E'pt'.s

1 I
r mem-




HTnunh
I
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0 tin pace 1
37 People >i*
lii Ciiliun
Plane Oash
MR 1.
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n
i -in
m
, so for
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hava ieen
.., ibla to nee of
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Throuih the \'-
. have ashed the at.i of
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In tha Korruui
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Gen. MacArlhur's Plan
It RALPH It \lHOril i
e -.kw VOBH Dec. fk
.
l Pn
bower win siim ak Qeanrei tite on tha ptan < aawar to a
Douglas Mac Arthur to expl n nn
his new plan to end the KoVc n oral I
war G.
mlence on
major public issues laat
tithur does not
*
stalemated w.. hosvei Hi
red to give details -A hu In I

I

I
'.the nghU of the Iran O-l Com-' matter for preset
l panv. pending agreement on com- cussion Bu'. he implied he was hit one-time comma)
pensauon C . t ready to discloie t: to Mr. Elsen- l i-
Suilor Juiled
For larceny
Sentence of three months im-
prisonment with hard laboui
passed on 20-
idiai Mil ( "*.
t'aul of Iha Bcltoonoj Uudalpba
eho pi*-i-d i;uiiiy baforf Hu
Mr '. it Gnmth Aet-
: Distrli I
i r ol Bents'

Paul hat one previous convic-
tion. Tin e t"i the prosecu-


a
i
I to Cen-
; prosecuted for
i the Police.
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O-^t aaixf* BHnM
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From Mr. Pinthtr s science in-ffcc-news nofefrooft-
PENICILLIN
/or r/ie pigs
B
CAW IT HAPPEN >
A CA.N otl
^ M trig*
rn i
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O (J M f Uoil
*n.ch la DOuMUl
the gro* | .' p
ID A Die r .
sleppin* up -upp.n i
home-red bacon in Britair
by next spring
Amancan Boom two
which conUim the goidri
drug aureomycin nu an
aatoniahlng effect on dwari
pig* that would normal)
never n ft ibla lU
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Or fwlMNI tl-.l.lr W...,!,
Oav* proved mat a Hrirno torn
oeaiUsfnlng penicillin instead
tiN pQaetiv*
Tan dwarf p;,cs or. > tsUckin*
naonhlre rann were ifivdo um
ooaiaJDina proeaiiw-penicilim
form of the wonder drug
wtuati la ooi 'leairoyeu id um
auwnach AH 'cached baton
um anw
iUXPJMIONAI. POWWOW riiiii Sawion f uw Wpi iii.ii tn Oaafnaaaa now meeting at Mo n toco
Bay. Jamaica, set weather dum* a paime Lb the ptoc*din( to dla
Btl -1 bm Conference -menda. r*r left is lion V C Bird of
Ai. liana, whlla In the gro i- m aJUng together at* (I. to t | Norman
Matiley of Jamaica. Mr 1 1 Walcatt (Barliiido.i with back to
aawra r E MilW (BmI>.1o.,. lion Victor Bryan (T.(iudd) and
lion D I* Drl.tdin |Br;?i (i
MR CIlRIBTir. SMITH
and hi* CuiiMmA* Hamper
H hill II fllllll/H'l
M\< y HBIST1E SMI PH II -

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than -hi' ha- i" .
through ama i f Iba i
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...in in
mill Aikjual
AHHIVINC i,v the nmr ir-
cratl ktad wwra
Ui R. G > ..i in..ii <>i
PSA who had bran
rWaldinaj v. n< auala loi Iha
baal tin i e i fhag maai
.. bo here I
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Miss HI LOAH QARNI
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for the USA Via I'urrto Rtco ^\
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gone to apend . kix
innntha* holiday w|t| | '
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CRATUIATIOM to Mr.
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lie pitai

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i-iyn.
On hnif( BjCaMBJ
]VtU ""' "ll(S (; owuou
' : Vnl.,i:
i. tiuiimk.v i,\ ii u i a
rta f..i .i holktaj
< i rlon'blo and Mrs H. a. Cuka
Baaavf*" ith Ava BtllovUkf.
illoli bj the ronnc t Mi,-.
nfadfi Cum, n A Cuka I
' Bd i. line U-atpeotoi
..... .1 Baa.
lion .mil i- bow on kMt| aMva,
Will, yiumJunl IHI
RHINO to Caracas, Ven-
ovar th,.
n w i a waa Mr Dai I I P
i. id or u i .,i cobd-
"ir M.irin.
I'n.molrtl l' Major
j NU UL KA1 HI
^ who (or the
Lhraa hiui bacn ata-
ip, York-
|
Ha ia due for re-
Ea and 1
I aBUtaBd
Whan M ,d hveri
i
.tore m
It also apeedea Jie growir.
rate or normal [nr v
mar* bacon for Two Ola arms arr ready u
MAw-produ.-c ' dooiii foua on
U eanoot iw aold to pig an-
youliry kacuct- um" F*r\ a-n'ii
n p,
SMAVI IN BED
A nit Btiui m>VB.
" ^atautad ay Londoocr.
aweda Bo wjwo t>' nruari or

Wtii BMBg i (fiuaco
Biiaiiiai ne laca an up-ad4ko
aioiluii of iQf aprmg-ioadad
IbBmjoIoi "tauirt Baaa]
u, raaraai n "">n in pu* u lor
ySa H Wijre a, ,i\ .-ai.rn.i
-
ightaoea
>t .ii.ii.. ft
wn nmOianut BBUd
ranairuiDlc ioi sucn '.
doaton uhbI 'nu um
aotra dviioto u.
oe mhi ccMKemed wiu
Una. a di:-ti wiin >h nan or
BmrVag
So If i: at riaieauy aiatnuMtaa
it .? nrow iiw neart into an
abn..rma. type oi paipiuuoo
wnten T.n' <-- tatai
llt. w r ... i .. i Harvey f
aiipwr.il n.> 'haory win a
ca-vnui.ro of an appar -J%
rfuBj ]g v**r ola aoman aiB
riupa a daoiernu* WBi
polp"ni'nn when noly alletiCv
acn -i
B it idmm thai Ola 'neon
At- -ola;ti V.rjd.1'
Intense 'error at tn* -n- nan > oiaca magtr puwai t
aln . oaruuilT the cauar at
Vc--don deatfl. lu* H
eara down * viciun fn ill]
Uuieao a| tiv auddan auacg.
BANG BANC
+ % Ml 11 ISO of Uip Bntan
m-,..o:ancf*r Sur".
a/ti' ">mi wtio 'mp* i.
o the moon l
hrid -n a lAndon publ:i
n l* will oe mainiv
ru'Keia So the oigbi aftoaan
fo. -lif oar parlour irva* i>
. i^r i

.f- STARS
\WestIndian Table Talk
miiviiii g BBBBMM ora
UI nt t bm i r IW*I
ll(Ml K.l i tar staei
ia ii ... trail *,. fm iuna n*> iu. >BU wnbliia,,, enW(. in i-ia, r-a .i
MHIl -. -hi .. itaaBBjM .. at-, ii rtarawaai Bacrl-BBBBai
about, am M ' v, i > all -
II ^1 I- Mil
. i .4a.> bMM-4 now

"ii i >...-,
.< ..!- io-4a> nu
a aga up auc.
r BBM l" tvtl
,',' '.....Wf> 1 IWrawl
..... hl|>
-I lap -pred MaHr ni-
"' nKliia in
' ,. 1,4 ..I
rUBaKBM
'- riiiiia ., ,. Miiiuaii
Baanaeh \nu, iii^iki ,.ti inarnvr aM*
i rlan iwation* am oi
' 111 IlCtll
iikihimb -a m JANVABf n
I iprlraln'
i.. II ! up lo you lo i-ln..
u* at ac1l*> < a-r.i.n.njllv rn*rh
. .. -
By UShJDONER
I liavp furthei datalb of the
Caribbean cruise to <* lilatlaalafcll
by Ihr 26,100 ton liner fnipiai
a!. She will leave the
K in the New Year and will
call at Barbados, Jamaica and
Trinidad Thla erular will be fol-
lowed by three others lo the Waat
Indies, made from New York.
Dacambai the liner goes
dock for an overhaul
Social Survey
badlu BrtaO lg in Brl-
UUn on the invitation of the
i to study social
i* Rev. D. C. J. Bobb
Minister from Brltisn
tie Rev. Bobb, who ar-
.1/
itlon. To Bkakd
! nu Landi
lO Qgootaattendlm;
major pariah inferencea In Corn-
rall and atu rettei Bootland In addition.
UM BrlUak Council have ar-
V.M.CA.
in >nig estates in Ixiidon
H. .Mil spend Cuiatnua with
.i
M P' (iuesl
M It. de Cordova,
commandant of the Army and
ii Jamaica, was
tin tjupst nl l-l. Col. Alan
IfKlbbin, HP for East Belfast.
Intkfl Ho i
brTakallad thnt the Cadet Force's
rwadouartara Bran blown down
ouruiK UM rwcanl hurricane in
leadguarters have
been established, however, and
.
i Braonnaj has novi raajebad
1.120just 80 short of
B^ THE WAY... By Beachcomber
*tmu: lattaj
1 llnj paper
4-kinv iLvh..t luiii I r une ui
piufTins. and why thoj
bm trad
l foilov,. || Dgraai
RMBI iba
Utter I ling was

are battar i-lucati'd
| foo
tot than
thnt rituflna arv

..iin.it
digest than th<'.
mufllns '
TxpeiTs for those
flige?.'t than Ai |
... food "
ii, .. peg

a

Th,- hl'IMJrul Ofri-
LIOT-rOOT upon -ins ,,.,,.-
'
chamiata
1
olVa all o
thai .in-
warneil
.iH-ut th

ubt
p to thi
B
I M-ii the
1 hum.it
a mess fan.
' tinned ;-'!iaa-.
\->t murh uw
\nCZNT row in .. billiwu
' asag apparent U
eaused by "a man who used an
1. .nid hit
the ball aidewnyv" It afBmmV
.. in| | i Itlon '.f lln
uitoriiiiiuib
Ufluuli w..i of plawlng
ta cork-
awews for cues, arm t..
cloth witli marine gtua R
IsBUpiBM
RENOWN SHIKTS
Plain (ol. (Tan. Ulue. While) $4.48
RENOWN SHIKTSPlain Col*.
(Tan. Blue (afftrvj J4J1
RENOWN SHIRTSPlain Cl.
(Tan. Blue. On) ) ''
III SOWN STRIPED SHIRTS $3.12
RENOWN PTJAMA SLITS
87.24, $8.74 & SS.91
VEW YORKER SPORT SHIRTS
(Tan. Blue. Gray) .. ;.s.'.
EUTE SI A ISLAM) COTTON SHIRTS
(While Only) $K.;i
SKYSIKAPIR SIKIPLH SHIKTS
$3.07 & 83.IR
SLUMBERTTME P.Y. SI'ITS
$5.21 & $5.28
i.am. \m\ p . mu.ui M n.*..
Cfitiniia .ii.it> iih aaawr
ui Ixiuld
n.imd oul U
Bfln aflrr ham
YOU BORM T (.u^b.r ol dOln Ani' job at any

iiiUli-m uirouSri a loo mnantm. and
ti.tuai itniudv rhia Ms aimpt food
plana. t.niMV >nlurr> '
n. mi-i lalant*. buMnroa ability, .hi.,to
bt Sand f auMoor tim.
"- gnat 'ini(. if SWU -..I BSrtnd.'i
l John Mlltaai. froal patl IVuflaa
r.irbaokJ. Jr actor
In th- cocktail txir
IP I wan i
wnjldn'l per-
l this. Be1
Y
U 1 had ra>
!' ymi had

I

said Vn.i Honesty Is second
But I generally use ni% first
ll gets batter
afl
I .
knowing D nj nonaj
you want.....I might grow to
love you I
nough,
up this question of.
rjgdad it makes
Well, pay loc the
link*. I must be oins.*' "You
lid Foule-
v..n Odnh ol nawuni
ll-Tiftisr
Biota soft I w. lei'id o| (lie niphl.
Mi .on. jried pour rronquil IiyHf
[/pM Ma bad
Hen, topped in i. aal rtpoae.
A'ld snorftH(f (hroupri his nose
Lie. (,. Pr*d
MBoeMeeaaee.....-
Itrillah OalaaM, relebrated
hia 78th birthday It an
ealle.1 that Sir Crawford wa
member of the Commission sent
to British Guinna in 11130 to
vestigala the posatbitMie<
lefugee settlement in Um
BUad "Hire than 1S,000
mile b\ rail, lat, air on horse-
back and on foot to make his in-
nuiiies. Since rotinm.'. Sir Craw-
ford has found time for his fav-
"creationcroquet.
Empire Builder
'oiigtatulationB tn ex-mayor
< orneliiis John Townsend of Sal-
ford. I^ncaahire who has Just
catobratad hli Golden Wedding
Anniversary. B my J
re thinking that the
jndj familial ihev nn'
nm. Mr Townsend now 71
ear- of age, hel|>*- Jamaica after the 1847 earth-
quake. The steel constructional
firm which he heads have worked
in many other parts of the Fit -
pire too. They have
"' "* into the Johnnnesbuiu
gold mine two I'll.'..
l!tl River and ntalated
in the building of the fan-on-
Manhattan Bridge in New York
Gift
The West Indie*- euntribuUor,
lo the 1952 Y.W( A I
lair, held at London-. Hyde Pa.rk
' moiiih. was a pair of
wooden book-ends made in Trini-
dad. They n/ara umple, aliganl
ami beautiful.
Stall was piled high with oatf]*-
made gift* from Africa. Asia and
tag visitors
ti. London are Oockinj t,. the
Fair which hop!
i:3.0O0 u ral-ed last vt
r.Fs.
Ul SIIMI 1 l\\ SLITS
(Tun. Bluje Orey)
sio.ii::
s i:,:
I
T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)
YOUR SHOF.
STORK
4220
I
I
I
FREE
ENGRAVING
All pens bought trom us
will bo Bngravad with
your ii.imc or initials frw
ol 'hare.
Ste Your Jtwollor
Y. lie I I>1 \
A CO.. Ill-
L'll HiOH.i St.
Marine Hardens
and at Greystone Village
Well, if those alffntf
BtfasaTfall mainiam (hri>
pre.rni rule ml PruH""
(ki i. PfofHiMt Ihr lo.i
eapcroncoi u-e r ii.ni io br I..M id.
raawai o/'l
Listening I fount

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*** rfrc0rJ.hrir?lJ:
Mawaj, aMua
IHM ,ht CniBwii-allh rn
* F^[U d"M-u. 1pm Thr N.v..
i* ZZ Z Br-um-
* *-' P si M :i
Piano Tin* 11 p m lUdlo Newaeaal.
* ar. p rn Coanaoott of Uip 1'rrl s >
H^P-ir< (rom Briwin. B p m From
T iL"1. r,om ,h* Bdilotw..
ULf-l'llH V..hn Thoma.
T-lfcrna to pi. m, BroiDer'a
SWAMP-ROOT can help you
I MM U fjn KlUM^tiaO rob >ou ul all your
pep' Thai wki %m ! FBneu help aep
ibeir kidneys .-.'//>)- ouk IWalapasBlOl
Yea, miraculous AMP-BOOT will %timml*it
and ./.jm j.iur kidncis' VWAMP SOOT I* '
fadUe, bcijuif kl nud> Irom herbs ll..
nldesi medi.ine in ihe wta-ld' .sw*na-aix>l
helps you *..*/>- beiause im liquid, ami
rOBI K-lt arnorb* .i laalr.' DON i Mi.i i> i
ml a MI)M1 *.l t I1B. KlLkflBS > -
pm-ii ii iii^ \nv ii n BaOHl vn
SWAMP-ROOT
A PHOOUCI or KILMER a CO.
I O II I
HI IIW S A III! l.aal Show ill!
HI in ll MiKII I Hill I
PUR ANCELI GENE KELLY
rOMOBKOW A THI'lUDAY Ml A 130 f.M
II \M III K 19 III \>l\
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,ENE i IKKNI Y
iHNFI. Wll.DF
VOHDIK IMIIIIM
HICARDO VnNTAl.l \'.
Kal Ainu I I it ,
_ : -ttaw. tWa, tod.j
THE LION AND
THE HORSE
CHBAri
-ll-VIR .i.ti -
Whip
' M.ll '
M'd 4 rhar.
i a
Hill K1IIIM
kjrOELI a
IiilstO INI I
? ! M ,111 ,
BUDOI i own
Mai tsiai
FRENCHIE
mr. spn..,t ija
i1- ......... i
EVANS
Waul Thm.
t ip a m an
n> i i Lajap.i
if* WAKNFJI K
ii tatUM
II A V Rill I
OH THE IOOSE
DTAJBI a
TAMAN S f*tRJL
Laa h u Mi'
1
i t^ a p m
-ii OOLBBa
i-OVI'
Iro <;oRC-m' *.'
R"d CAUniON I
fOkT OSACt"
IIO O BT 41
I III 4IHI S
iimi'Iri:
SAMSON
AND
DELILAH
iTrchnicolori
aunlna
Reg] l^marr
M.tiil
DdMBSS L
II Kl I I I It*
ROTAL
Banri Tm.i
i.sa a ass
Doubl-
Bln|f i .-iHV
Olma JFAN
Cinrrolof
and
'S\ki aivra
tO-riKABOl
at
.....Ml H
v.\
THiiTtd...
4 30 a, hi
HI M I III
wnn
W-d thai-, a Fit
i 4 :a> at saa
k-.'-i Baa
.tv
III.-.' VI I Ml
With
Knar, Herbel
Wad a Tkwfi
a i *
-II I.Ill -Ml I III I
Wnn
Don Amechp
CROSSWORD
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A tsrui. so man) laa* op.
fan.' a i-ai* DIM V- ^aif-.ar
bnea------------
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111
'
ine.udad pro>. i
' (limnt at a plan* Aimre.
it>i in Marrii. it
M'ii"i" w.th aaving grwrw. .
>n iha armal p i
lorni mi 10. Oindaacdnti
SSaU W "" '"'
Bad sai-ti CMoaa (i
She* Hi a p*n* aettlerruot H
. ... i
van
a-i,.
ADVOCATE BRIDGE
By M. Harrison-Cray
ii. icr South
I ..-I He.1 same
A 10 I S
'.Kin
t K 10 i 4
.AKQJI
W 1 :
6 J 10 l
* 7
MorUi Souiii i-otttl a
game m Room 1 but t ie r
esun lost 700 points on U.is
dca.1 from inaich MB]
tmth taJi>.- SouUi bid One
s-aadr. W-l dowbled. NorUt
eOoBbled and Bast bid Two
Th* farat aouth phM/ai
'Md the comam. err.it ul
rebtddbag his suit and Ea.--
wcm ware reprieved On .i
nit that U Ukaly to be
lefenee. U-- BTat
rule is to give the redoubter
lie up'Jon of a petui.;.
toubk* North ha> pnami-etl
'O siirwk aataUii and Spa*-:
can be reWd J nocwaaary on
a later round
N,a-tai just mad* a Onal
fpnteart of Tbrwe No-
Tnimpst for a aoorw of 400
in ttoom a he wa* allowi-d
BM prtvlMaw ul douii.'.nK
r.i Oafaa. ami w.wt 53
io' :nrnrowa matters by
haMaBT wH* T*o Heaj-i.-
OOasWi by Nurtli for -
paoasaly of 1100
WHEN "COGNAC" is
MENTIONED
THE NAME HENNESSVS LEAPS
TO THE MIND-BECAUSE HEN-
NBBSTS IS THI BRANDY THAT
MADE COGNAC FAMOUS.
HENNESSYS
* THREE STAR
* V S. O. P. (over 20 years)
* X. O. LIQUEUR
(over 40 years)
STOKES 8VNOE LTD-AGfNTS
TIME TO BRIGHTEN
Vm THE HOME!!
I 8MLWCT TI/ISE s
t: \ri. )
Varnrshr.. liMwieK. Paint*.
Sjiidpswer. Steel Wool
!'.. Platters. ( Npv
Pans
Sa Brer*.. Saueepana, Vol*
and
hampacne. Port. Sherr
Cocktail. Pony WhiMo.
Liqurur. Half Pint Cilaaaea
TALKING POINT
The question it fhla. Is man
in ope or an anaW My lord.
J dm on Ihe side -.f The anoeU.
Disraeli.
Refuse lo be III' rVeeer fell
oewple you arr ill. Nevtr otm
tf to vowrself Letton
Do your ahaaaUg foe
Household Items early at
i PLANTATIONS
LIMITED
aataaa*ag




II I 8DAV. I.KlLMBKH a. |M2
ll\IIUAIHi> llltill V 1 I
I'M., .
If not uvtd b *
l*lUon, Bleu* wi.l, lor
i ii:i. iiimik
Wblch HikM
"GOD'S WAY OF
SALVATION PLAIN"
I. BobwU. Qospa]
Book Ttoct Some*. 30
Outn] ay- BriiDi, MX
Gums Bleed!
Hlaodtn* Hum*, Bar* Mouth n- 1
Um T#th iomii that ,ku ..,.
ta*a STorrna*. Tranca South
paraapa MM Mkd flUaSaa that WIU
oeaar ar lalar cauaa your taath la
fall oul aad may aiao -auaa lit
lalUm and Haul Troubla. AmoaJ"
" i Oral tej
was
- -ie.11.
"NEW DEAL" FOR COLONIES
aa4 a**a tout taauVar nwnaV ha."-
M rat urn of airtplr m '
^LCOLDS
The dual purpotc Inliibnt
Rub. ApplifJi"iio'tri!-iif--
hcvci catarrh KubbcJ into
cheat, neck jri.lki.k il ci.c
.ongcstivc (inidiitoni.
KIPAK
l: :,i'i QUICK relief
^et bad. anil
ARE
"NERVES" A SIGN
YOU'RE GROWING
OLD?
Often M
noddle liff. bo- unvra gel I
he acorpCa tbia u a aigo of age.
But arht Ut yourself brcookBedgy.
r j; i dowaor to nervou* yea cry
witboul MM o. For nearly airy yraia srise
woaaam bave been meating thi-
muaium fcoM*aV by iWtaig
Sty of reat, treab air, wfaolwotnr
and by taking Dr. Chaae'a
Nerve Food t Ixnld tliean tip. For
tae Vitamin B,. iron and c MM auaerala this IBMM
Ionic b*lp huikl ao your viufity
Bod tad in toning op tna vaatara
System -so you can laoe la* latsjre
rich coaMcoce.
< iivc Or. Chase's Nerva Food a
chance to help heoash arrvoua
fears and dtam It helps you real
betttr.anil (<*1 better. The nan*
**Dr. Chaaa" as yaaar iBsaraan i
B.W.I. Resources For
Commonwealth Pool
i l MDON
A 'new deal" fur the Colonial [
OQt of ihe remits of the Conference I Ctaaturjonwealth
Prime Minis:.
Vital confer.
00f Um Ottawa O
the Imperial 1'ieteienie graftal
.it In Wi a IndU s .ire l -
- not dm ; ,
-.,: i W< A
| Indian leaders it- on hand in I.on- during the* i
dun to advise Mr. Oliver Uytteft- 1861,000.08
ton. Secretary f aj._, -. .u.,|
Colonies, who will lo..k after the
I Empire w,l-! '
In the talks. th<"
niniot
Among the Wt-.( Indian | Bad -.
vlsers are Mr. Albe.
Trinidad's HlnlMtrr <>f Cot t
I Labour and Industry, and Mr. capital expend
Adams, of Um
I dos Bxecutrvt C
I Mr. Gomes has trnaarju'
nc^cd in II
tut goodi.. but he |x>intet| out mod dollar pool.
thai ;.n men ben "i Iba Ccaunoa-
wealth mutt put tht-lr rMUIIHI !
into a common i.....1 th
BQclton, he mentioned |
1 ,, ,., .. .....
view must be tak-
the j.
: IHU said that : .
lems of the West Indlt
those of all l
. -,- pH a "'i' pn onl n 11 I
lor prim.n> products and obtain- UiuukIi the
Of the l
ii avallabM. inentary nnd then i i
_ urnnt.
"Our : '. with tha
t'.K. and CaiwU." nd flu pftM ,- muat be lor
we arc anxious to combine OUT IBOf* |>nri,.

it going to be selrUb .
" : : a t*EF.D
r-iajy.
If'.CAtID ttOU PRISON Wltb MI
I
i
SEA AND AIR
TRAFFIC
In Carlisle Bay
* i

tmm \i -
" rwaiH TH
(itn Lj. lainix
ivan
SI M"v n imbfr :*ni
S Alcoa 1-lal.ln. INI t.>rva. RMB
' II r
'aitad to Retort Tnoaa
I sl-1" M.tt.r
aV . i t.i
i/ kg u Dat ' ? lama.
""ft C'aSUin C
,.(.i,i.J la il, tta.nn Oa.il-
urldtHi
Mutlah a.M (,..,.
i r v.\uii
Maav ailrnenti ar.- ..,... .1 t>y puo( nkiuil whi P/U0Tf
may sfled daa whoa* mum. Skin rrapn. olOmT^
and trntauaa. aWpat rheamiatiam and pain/uP aK*C_
blood Miat-re TKa famoua mrJjur.r halpa SKIN
rlraraat UM bkxal iiream of impunun and /-_.-. ,-,
yam tat and free from ineae and iuaila: ^^
all T i' CLARKE'S -as..gj
Blood Mixture ass

id.
king George's
Jubilee Trust
J i Itayd .is .i
k. Sllvei JubUae
\ tl rot k contlnoM aaa
ant mi


out claim* iboula be put
tat any part of the I
Main Task
... n
ti front mil t of Iheii
n- surplu MaVtiBJ l alam B
will of rl
iv tow.ini- thii sad
Queen W ill
Launch NeM
Royal Yachl
The mam t.sk i>f tbS
ence, aoonon lc axpari Utrouab-
i'-.t the W": I '..n
the convertibility if iin i
, R were iDUnd pi
j sterling freel> convartll
dollars, wlUraul an>
; imposed h\ the 1 K *.
this would ov> i
most serious ecoi
f.n ing the \'.-
that their trade with c
being ruined by their InabUlt) to
spend Tor themselves molt of the
craUari ihej earn w ith
ail, bauxite, iimtxi and other
I induce.
But before this
with any degiee id
long-lei: Lb* worked
lUt for the development .if the
Commonwealth as R whole, b) CO-
.rdinate dollar spending in aact
member of the Commonwealth.
It is in IhU respect that the
needs and welfare of tha Ooaa-
RRIN'O NEW RKAl'TV
TO Y(K HAIR
At this Hntidny Season
When >ou want your
Hair t look its best.
try
A. K.
POMADE
ft will enable you id
dre.. yoqr hair easily
in all the latest styles
IMMIDU.CI
WrVW/'<
1 Empire have .......... >
oeKltHted. slthough the CotonMI
as a whole have inadi
eontribiition t stability of the Comm
than any other member of the
..rea.
.iienals produced In the
Colonial naTlptra
parUUtl earners of dollar
. have gone Into '
1 romtnon dollar poil
1 194D and 1051. the Colonial Em-
pire built up a surplus of 325,-
000,000 in trm dollar i i
ar marnban of
I ling aiea achieved a ON
i' tod and the
largest of thos.-
land's 49.000,000.
Spending Denied
Without the Cd
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can be sold Dm dollars food-
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rubber. A strong dollai
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not exist Bar Hi, ..*
if the i.
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Barbados Co-Op
Cotton Factory
)howroon1
It's rooking and
ii.il.in.; lime . we
have new 2 St 3
burners.....
from $22-87
a single burner at S7.3G nnd
ovens from S10.31.
KEROSENE}!
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COOKERS
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BBaaTaaag Bowls ^
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LJ] to make Xmas- i
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11
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" Hoosevelt

:THAT DREADFUL MN IS STILL WAITING
OUTSIDE FOri AN ANSWER!.:
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REAL CHRISTMAS QIPTS I I
DRESS SHIRTS
including ABBPW, B.V I). RUTS, BSNOWN,
NKW VIIKKKK ilr rlc.
in Plata Coloun and sinm-d Dl(na
Prict. Irom 3.4 I" S.S0
SPORT SHIRTS
iiKludinu BUTE, I'KKMIKlt. BENOWN, He. in Plain Colour, and Kuncv l>i- ign
1'rici. from S2.SH I" SC.T2
BOYS SHIRTS
Plain ColuurK and Fancv Design;
Irom 11.90 lo $J07
& .n:%
SEA ISLAND SHIRTS
For Sport and Dress Wear
From -: !u -..II
I.Vi:KY SUBCHASn < A '"OK Of
JOHN WHITE or K BRAND SHOES
UUHINC THI MONTH OF DECEMBER
WILL AUTOMATICALLY HAVE A > NISG,
wniinr; a:.Y FURTHER I I
A "HUMBER" CYCLE
COMPLVTS with ALL ACCESSOl
HARRISON'S
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HUIRWMIS MlV TUESDAY llH IMBFB 9. 1M2
BARBADOS.^ ADVOCATE
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Turta>. Ilrcrmhrr 9. 15Z
CAPITAL
rogran in Bar-'
badon >i< ."pmcnt of the
natural and, human n '< island.
The u: I that living standards
can be improved*by actions of government
ii.lnyment and a decent
i
possessed a social conscience is due la
ignorance. Nothing has contributed more
to the entrenchment of such ignorance
than the contantion 01 Karl Marx and
others that capital is radically opposed to
labour
Orthodox economists define capital as
"that p.;: which is accumulated
: i(i assist future production." Today
when the governments of the West Indies
arc anxious to attract capital investment
in order to create greater employment
opportunities the sooner that the miscon-
ceptions spread by Marxist propagandists
are given the lie the greater will be the
opportunities for economic development
i that capital is inimical to labour
is so easily proved false that it could only
l>e accepted by persons with no under-
standing ol political economy.
Capital can ol course be used selfishly
and can lead to great social evils such as
that created during the industrial revolu-
tion when the gulf between wealthy em-
ployer and poorly paid employee became
so wide and led to the emergence of a class
system so distinct that Disraeli was right
when he spoke of the "two nations" of
England. Class distinctions of that kind
have never existed in Barbados and could
not have existed because of the predomin-
antly agricultural economy of the island,
v in recent years that the growth
of an intelligentsia united in its contempt
for those engaged in trade has created a
new class which is very conscious of their
difference from the ordinary rnan-m the-
street
Tlu truth about capital is that without
it, there can be no increased production
The same may be said with justice about
labour. But whereas labour can be self-
sufficient in a primitive society in which
nd not money is used, in advancing
communities no material progress can be
made without the assistance of reserve
funds A man creates capital when he pro-
duces more than he consumes: and the
capital of a country represents the surplus
of production over consumption.
Had those who amassed huge fortunes
during the UHh century spent their wealth
on enjoying themselves there would never
have been available the immense capital
resources without which the railways and
other major developments could not have
been completed for use by their and sub-
sequent generations.
Had wealth been more equitably distri-
buted and therefore consumed in the 19th
century- our standards of living in the 20th
rentury would have been much lower than
they are With all its defects and social
blemishes the capitalist system of the 19th
century underlined a lesson which all
countries must respect viz that savings
and accumulations of capital are necessary*
in the interests of the whole community
Today throughout the greater portion of
the globe high rates of taxation are making
H more and more difficult for saw
accumulated. Capital which used to be
invested by private persons in many coun-
tries of the world is being spent in an un-
successful effort to maintain individuals at
the standards of life to m-hich they have
been accustomed.
The consequences of a spendir..
are already apparent. Whereas' the mil-
! *r.* rids population are
demar : .ndards of living there
I enough savings in the richer coun-
tries to be attracted to capital development
ed countries of the
world. Not many people realise h
money is required to create one job in in-
dustry. In Canada the "book value" of
asm tsl -nsted at
S5.50Q (Caradiar i) per worker
In tn ment costs, however,
the ca- n| necessary per work-
er has been estimated at the much higher
figure of (9.000 (Canadian) Capita!, what-
ever the authors of social polemics may
call it, is used in commerce to express the
--d by the merchant, manufacturer,
or trader in carrying on his business, in the
cturc of art* .. tod in the
payment of wages and labour. Capital thus
defined In commerce includes not money
only, but also buildings, machinery and
everything else that is employed to assist
icrcial operations.
One can be very sympathetic towards
those who are impatient to secure decent
Irving wages and high** living standards
fur all. There must be very few persons
born in Barbados during this century
who have not. experienced poor living
standards some time during their life and
there are thousands still living under
deplorable conditions. But
approach to greater prosperity can only be
made if everyone of Ul realise! 'He basic
pital is
a product of human labour saved fur pro-
duction, and directs his labour to produce
more than is consumed.
From A Frt*c* To A Slave*
Society
A lectm-

gives at Codnngton College on
Friday but *..,
Hoyoa. M.A.. Benin
Master of the Lodge Sri
l
p labour.

, the smalt farmers were
1*.- n,.i,- '"reed of? th- l*i i. m*ir placet
>Hf>y*\t* ...use.The tU !itcr, and
j loal
- .aiming his son b> thousands of African riavei.
Men Of I'roperlv .t n lo save
In the early days after the howls, but sent out ships to en- vais did the Litgt*ts of the day
settlement th*- prevailing society force the Kjng"i auihoritv m the contend that no en.- who owned
in Darbelos was simple U land*. The Bar- l3'''1 '" * Milr> should be
Its population consisted mainly badiaru a > "ld IO m* '
of white mall farmer iiapubUcan *>'* |UU ma -.:,eir relent-
owned a few acres each, and OSjUse The ton monweaBh passed < evince. The holdings of
white indentured servants who the Navigation Act of 1651, for- ,V"*n mrn "555 swallowed up and
, to continue it. 2iJSsTlJUJ2.*.^fSS?J;
tobacco and cottonPeasant crops
It was a aociet.v in which property
aUgYtes and seek their fortunes
in such places
males. Surinam. St, Lucia and
other W I Island. Gradually
the island lost its rtattts as a virile
colony and beean f In the words
f Professor HarU. a politital-
b unimportant rjgar plantation.
owned by absence proprietors
-id worked by Negro slaves."
Barbados tort the health and rta-
' its early days and be-
-t a democracy bawd i
riiftnbution of
gro slaves.
j '..inters steadily
and more
with the fe_r o*.a dare insurrec-
tion.
(x>dring ion And Coleridge
was widely distributed Nearl;
half of the population owned
some land and thus had a stake in
the country, Bi the main, the
people who owned the land in
small lots were Englishmen and
the Indentured servants were
Irish and Scots. The latter were
transported to Barbados during
the civil arse period and the
troubled time in Scotland and
Ireland.
The condition of '.-.
indentured servant was often
quite pitiable. The Negro slave,
who came afterwards, was also
to suffer from the inevitable re-
sults of servitude But the male
slave who was bougT'
was the property of his owner for
life saM 'he was
sensible, would try to see that his
investment went as far as passa-
ble But the white serv I
' t a limited period and
at times his employer would try
to get trie most out of him -
he could and the result could be
disastrous to the servant Still the profitable
latter had the consolation, derued T
the African slave, that h- j. :ed and he ;i .,- tlas*-
could look forward to freedom threatened soda daaaj i
~:.j BWseavjfgaj '. peaMtrj akseaS Sseseasmflki I -. '.> * e secun the pasta* ,r ....... Laying
The econorny of the island in wiuji the Dutch. Baa '- aw si l ..-.-:::;. .ana
those day, was .seenUally a could not let ahVog-soXnsS^E *"? *** ***** <* P"*"*"* '<*
peasant econorny. Land was wide- without makang started w~>tr*tj ?Jf2Ln5fl1*1,': I"'1.1. *?d
ttatUndwa. theb-of *-*+,._**_ periseaaent b, SaTrefc,
+*xtc> -^ were not repressMed. by the osstbrea.
free fnMitulfum ,if c Th* rnaleainits d>d m f "1 *'" ** *** **
...- ^ ;.-.: .":-;; : >vsafls
Uui Their migration from JJ^T,*,,^?! *j?!h_^**i/?: to increase the cultivation of sugar
England to Barbados was only "*** ** Uberuea and pnvikees.- ^ fc^ ^^y shown Jhe
part of the vast movement which fo -,*_. ^ Ih_ ,m_to ti planters the insecure foundations
Two 04*'_.nc.:.t bmdCodring-
ton and Colendae wt
i g;eat part in aavtag the island
from the penU and insecurities
of a slave soc4et>.
the Leewards Islands.
Codnnftoa, saw tne urgent need
for economic reform At a time
the LeewanU. too.
- c Wow at the capita
\ HOTO*
brought countless men and women Barbadians
B*se foundaUons of the
British Empire an-j
;* Ceaas m easM
- send out an lmpres-
,ve squadron, with two thousand
slave society They went
:ear of a possible revolt
f the stave* and *.- U n drove
They were driver. command Hlf "__f*>b. I*nlhs
the OH World by political and of Sir George Ascu*. to reduce tcdnns^ rwsed h.j voice against
persecuLon and In the the Island to jubmmion.
New World they sought to

' that era*
:e intimi-

elssy.
cr.ppWng West
lie protested

the freedom that had been den i
thean at home Men. who had made
left their country to
from tyrjnr.y.
place the greatest emphasi- _
self-government. The inhabit *r MS5I) had reached
of Barbados and the Caribbee *?"" ,,r'3' iH"ughby was in-
Islaii'is Iik those uf th<- Anivac--, "' ',' terms
Colonies were lesolved to lind ,:", lrb^tan'Jl
new opportunities of freedom.
The spirit in Barbados and in P,
nlher tfnvti.K n.li.niit* uiu of Agreement which were drawn
hr.-d one vluil Ihmf w.lh Mhl
youiu communmo in Ihe No ,.|and ,houM loolul ot . Oov-
World Land *us dlvltf.d Into crnor. to b* appointed from Eng- *' ':',''" .Tf
fr^hld* h.l II mo.! br ....In i..,.. ., ,. c.unVil lo b> cho,<-n b< ""fr-H,'1?,,td-
A people, whov > of lit.- w.< ,-,.. ,. 'he *",'"" ,l"""n.d f";^
to stron(ly rooted in ownenhip ol c.ubli.l.. . !h', '> eoMoUUon. or Ihe
land, would imisl on >
of Independence
him that Willoughby was in- H h^ ,
duced to corr.c to terms The ^u,,na i"s.trrm l
great victory the Barbadians had "r\"d*V "* "JS
won. although they had to submit ^_*_l0 *!" PJ'Vha
of Agn i ,n u'"ceed in ,iw pi
ild be the first itep to freedom
Yet though he was frustrated
during] his term uf office in tl.%
at a later
.fleet to hi*
tli* (nd he was to
\n-)t-.i of having
bodies of men :r.iined to help in
the great task of improving tlu*
i material condition of
es and the Indians In the
Caribbean. Th< value of his be-
the freeholder* in the island
list on a measure firmed by ,?.,?Vh* w
. -From early times sent. 1 *'n**dJ"vS*
in the island were ment Still more -striking was ,",?? ,ul
Lea
U
in uie iiiano were mnn n;in uhht irting was .,__ .,-., .w. A ~,,.. _* ._.._
aceu^onwd u. return rbjhu in lb. amirance (Jven ...
Iheit elr .uemUie. 11 only ">" Uvtni In Ih. " ^'JT-mSSi'S
Ihereio,.. mat. hrn '-)"> all tne sht> of Enrlithmrn ?5jJ" " 'Jf "i"|
Hew H.-le, e.bled IKe J" tllStta.^ on^B,?' ."". ""utter.,. n'oV l.T. bad been
Ottt P.iliamtol in tne uland. the \'"' lh""~ mPM " Bf f,,iled by uahnvaU In Brtttah
"" Au'"- iu, The ptnphet, of despai
Thai wat rcfnarkablt The "" :m* 'bat eman-
eX. ripaUon would brlnf disastrt and
and Ute ralUnr of tb firft Houae prev4-d I n rolonltU ">' 'hr Btlliah West Indies would
r revolt fion
.' \'-r'.:..'>
Haiti's example by extet*
'lating the whites and settinx
black republics. But Colerldee
was the man far the < i.
succeeded acalnl. tremendou
odds in establishing the Chutch
as an Inteiratins; force in these
communities and thus warded off
the threatened i*til
^. ^. Enxland nvora than a hundtcrl
Of course the per:, .od.it has been
the House of AaaemMy was lira,- c|,ln-ri ., mm (rom
ly due to tne fad U.a! the sttat Ayacue weir latet taken note of
Issue of parliamentary foyerti- w ,,., Amentan cjonlats and
meat was at time being fought Ih,.'. \,:reemer.t
out In the Mother Cojntt. In ci.iwn up in Batbadoa In 165?
1640 the English PatiiamenUtuins wee to give snap.
had won a notable victory when can Declaration of Independence ..... ...
Charle. decicVM to end his period 1> I.atefundi. Ferdidere
of personal govetntnen. and call That . U>> ll I The lectutet concluded by .
a parliament It waa fortutuste in lh early day. after It. settle- porting the thesis of Professot
that the yeat aftet H.wlev esub- m' ":'- *" community Harlow that broad actes desttoy-
Lrfsed the Hou of Aase-mbly the oJ- h?'*" '* ",B.Yb",d," "*,? 'Hfe
Erurlish Pariiamect won bssZ 'reedom that came from the troye-l ancient Rome There
..... .'."'..; .,.............. i. i eouM b* no d iM lb.1 rnrbadi -
A^ahl. wa- ..^...^.rt*f *"*' h"" brought from the days when proper!, was widely
Aaaembly would not nave succeed, .t^.f., (- dlcutbuMd. when something like
d UI1U- h,|, of the population owned
the island were animated by the \ Complete ( halite of land and thus had
aplnt of Hampdcn and Pym as a stake in the communi'.
strongly as their fellow-English But before ;. democracy was real because it
enui..->ns at florae. gradual chat.:' i actor was baaed on a firm economic
Thy Spirit Of Freedom ..... foundation. Thorc could be no
The English freeholders weic l''r'' "' clinibt that whelf the small holders
Boon aatain to ahow their viamr 1'' '' forcrd ou' * existence and
an? ItlTsssasasUsel^ten tT^*SV thang.-d Ihj capitali.l came on the
1 w .?*Z%SZ m ?. ,i2 "-" Tl" '''""'- "' law- -tne that the condition of the
L_"if ^!T .. ... "* production of mo. atttact- Island, though its national wealth
!?-', 0l.*2'*lV!ZZ\! "" 1""<-<1. became unhtgjth)
AmetKa. temalned guunchly by bjtge plan: Horn I-.tge scale and unstable
BOOM DAYS UiNDLII
IKE I
From IIKNHY LOURIK
WASHINGTON.
DESPITE all the troubles ahead of him in
the world's biggest job. President-elect Eisen-
is feeling happier today.
Not because he has managed to gel
score down to the low eighties while on holi-
day at Augusta. Georgia.
But because one of his top advisers. 57
year-old Walter Williams a banker who
may be his first Commerce .Secretarypaint
ed a rosy picture this week-end of ar
economy that would bring still greater pros-
perity and an even better living standard to
American*.
BOSLEY CROWTHER. 1.1m critic of the
New York Time*, predicts that uq Bin
selected a iho year's best will have to sur-
pa&s "The Sound Barrier."

HOW LONG does it take a woman to clean
her house* Mrs. John Immer. whose 37-
year-old husband, a professor at Washington's
American Vniversity. is going lo tell the
: Britain how U) lV> time, says her
housework takes four or five hours at the
most each day.
Behind Professor Immer's trip, which is
being paid for by the Mutual Security
Agency, is a visit he made to England with
his wife two years ago.
They were irked by the old-fashioned
equipment of their rented house and the un-
co-operative ways of their maid. They re-
r,:anised to such efficiency that the neigh-
bours came running for advice.

HOLLYWOOD'S "Television City". ;
.15.000,000 (i: 12.500,000) dollar rival to New'
York's "Radio City." home of the big broad-
casting "-unpanies. was opened with the usual
Hollywood flourish. The new "City" is said
to be a first-class fort and shelter in an atomic
attack. The buildings can withstand gamma
rays, heat radiation and concussion from
atomic blast.
MOTORIST thought many of their prob-
lems were solved when a year ago the New
Turnpike was opened an almost
straight 118-mile highway without one inter-
section.
The last word in safety construction, its
speed limit was fixed at 60 miles an hour.
This meant that to many motorists it seemed
a good place to hit 90.
But today a 25-mile stretch was closed be-
cause in the fognothing to compare with
what hung over the S' ath of England this
week-end40 motor cars crashed on it, kill-
ing two drivers and Injuring 3.'! other people.
Tonight the road was re-opened but plaster-
ed over the 60 miles an hour signs was a new
regulation: "Maximum speed 35 miles an
hour."

INTRIGUING statistics ;ire advanced for
a new drive lo improve the country's roads:
because of traffic jams Americans lose enough
time daily lo make up a fortnight's holiday
every year. And C. E. Wilson, boss of Gen-
eral Motors, estimates that 60.000,000 people
driving to work and school lose a total of
20,000,000 hours everv daw
"'
STILL ANOTHER new use for plastic.
Dentists are experimenting with it as a filler.
It is painted on layer by layer with a small
camel-hair brush The Americans got the
idea from German scientists who discovered
its value while trying to find a substitute for
gold fillings.
AFTER eight preliminary operations
doctors in Chicago ate now ready to go ahead
wiih their daring scheme to separate Siamese
twin boys joined at the top of their skulls.
The twins, bom just over a year ago to Mr.
and Mrs. R. Brodie, have separate blood and
nervous systems. They are otherwise healthy.
and in crawling push each other in opposite
directions with their heads. Which gives
them their two nicknames Yale and Harvard
after the two rival universities.
Jl'T

,M |M K I'KI I'M' ITIONS
KuKr^-a. B?sTl
-r \i.ii-i
it,) m. sohsaarn te rawOUa"
THF. WINDSOR PHARMACY

Fmr all GAMBE&S.
\ K.I I X It I I l.AHIIKN MAM M
A Fcvsaer -ipl-ci t- Wm sou ana worked and
Aateied ti * i'nl- pound.
LHHIMmE
A liquid manure put up ... 14 Pint JJ.tUe* at M eenla BetUe
Mix with waier. Weak il To.iSBJon.al to 1 Gallon 01
Medium (2-3 ,. .,1.....'
Strong (4 .. .. I - '
When applied by watering pot does Ml burn the foliage-
. 1 mPw 10
For use with your Compost Heap for convening the
wasl materials of your gulden into Manure.
IS i. ni, a pound.
WILKINSON A HVYNES CO LID.
Successors To
C. S. PITCHER & CO. _
Thonr .?. 4U7 BIX KM ITU STOKE*
B.B.C. IIADIO \OI I H
ii
Sliouii aoii^ejd iK.u.ai'
cricketer*or cricket fans
Si k l World XI to plar against
.i BBC programme in
Ihe coming week \ou can hear
..f iwo *uch World XI
puked b>-I>enrit Batchclur and
the other l> N.viile Cardus.
Neville Csirdutv the wurld-famom
I itarhe is also equally
famous as a rm-.ii: critic re-
views DenI Bauheloi".-
publuhed 'Book of Cri.kv!' uti
in thi* talk takes up a challenge
put out by Mr. Batchclur In hiS
book. In his book Mr. Batchelor.
with remarkable courage, ae>
lectetl a world 'Team <.f
centurr/ thai n. since 1900, for
sfessMaeas Eng '!in-.en
Habtw. I- i impton. Tale.
I Brood and l.rkood;
four ^utrjlians Brad-
mn. Trumper, Oldaeld and
Mailt ; and one Wwt I
Worrell. Taasta
are all the winter t-veningn for
everyone to point out a
.
Cardus oi>liKmel
at Lord's In a (
NetUk <
Haia* wiu
U the Miii-Week Talk
ii tin g nt
10.15 p.m. It will be beamed to
u> m the 31 and 49 mc'.i. bands
and can aa*0 be heari this
will probably be the best rccep-
:hf 41 metre b.ind. The
frequences of these three bei__
aie respectively. 9.58. 6035 and
7 185 lor 7.150) megacycle*.
Tlays From London
Three radio play* are available
I BBC UitSMn In ihc coming
week'His Brother Keeper' by
John Wyae on Tuesday at I0.JO
Mb Or, Absjrnsjthy' by Allda
Bumay and Hi.dolph de Cordova
ihi Friday at 7.45 p.m. and
Wind on tbsj H-'.'S. I> Ronald
Adam in 'Radio Theatre on Sat-
urday. 13th at 8.90 p.m.
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Si. Jn9'i>h i hui" I
To The Editor. The Adrocaie
sni i bill bf mfsrful you
will allow me to make an appeal
throurh vour paper on behalf of
1 m St. Joseph.
;i our good

al Bathshc'i).!. la h.lp us iv-c

are W Ml

air from U pairs are
lu'uiii ba
tlnished i*i
We are u-
i-imnipnilr
U
should ' mp. Tho
D aiaUtl from ih Vi
Ir) We shall be glad lo raise
sufficient from this appeal lo pay
the labour which last weak
amounted to 847.10.
Thankinf you in anticipation.
.:v slncerel>.
iu \i.iF.r.
Rector.
Si Joseph.
NINON-^-xquMle
gosHamer silk in
plains, SM.02 and
flowered. S8.72
SHARKSKIN2-lone
and in plain. S2.74
and S2.24
TAFFKT.Aa colonr-
lu\cly selection
for Christmns
DaCosIa & Co., Lid.
totals Are Hostile To DM
NEW YORK
Doubt, cynicism, and even hostility are de-
veloping .n America Inwards the United
.Nations, said Dr. Ralph Bunche. UNO's
trusteeship director, tonight.
Dr Bunche is an American N<-gTO Bod a
trained diplomat He won the Nobel Prize
for his peace-making in Palestine.
He admitted that the American people's
"initial hope and enthusiasm" lor UNO arc
"evaporating."
He said: "The attituuV of Americans is
much leas a source of strength to UNO than
it used to be. But UNO is stronger today as
an instrument of peace than in 1W6."
Dr Bunche added that the Americans'
-volatile and fickle" attitude rises and falls
with each change in the Korean war
He defended the patriotism of the 2.000
Americans working at UNO's headquarters
Another United Nations official I
about 20 Americans are involved in tlu- l" S
Senate's anti-Communist probe at '' N
quarters, and this |i one of the "harassing
factors" that drove Secrelary-tleneral TrygVC
Lie to resign.
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Nu Milk
Almond f'risp*
shrnn* Frnlt
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TUESDAY, DM I MRrR I, US,
B\RB.\IX>S \l>Vli( \T1
paci. rixi
Electrician Acquitted Of Conspiracy
Jury Instructed To Return
Verdict In Accused's Favour
_ f >' 38-year-old elKlrician of BndSe-
Koad. Si Michael. ... acquitted of two chi
or attemplini: lo pervert the course of justice on Mav 1
and April 4. by makinii it appear that Stanley Bryan and
re witnesses of the facts relevant to a
' him Hi- was acquitted after His Lordship
"V "" 'ustice Mr. J. W. B. Chenerv beforo
Children's
Annual
Exhibition
GERMAA SHIP HRIXGS
C \HGO OF FOODSTUFF
l Months For
Manslaughter
M(II1
ART
A|.
OHfe
) *ear at the H
Museum there u an .
of art. utrvdlework ai
crmfU by Khool ch
prizes and certificate* ate award.
cu This year's prize list Is ai
^i^&falZ3Em7SZ bSSTSSSL o?T! *"""-
uihy. peel. Si. James was vesterdav
ut ;.sented bv > then. Massiah and he went M-ntencod lo 18 months' Impels-
ffc WaJcott yc. associated to Mr. Nilea and had an inier- nment. Earlier this sessions Sar-
I W. Barrow, vie* with him. When he left want was found not guilty of
when Mr. v.. V. Rrecc. Q.c. Mr Niles' orhc* he saw Myles murdering Arnold Hope, his com-
sol:citor General closed the case standing on the pavement. mon law wife's step father, but
ho Crown alter callinu four Didn't Receive Monev of committing manslaughter on
a tl .aid that MasMah ueVcr*av*turn an *"*"* 22- Before sentencing h.m
- had been conspiracy. JST^r dSTteMSr ttU !"\ H Lotd^P the AettM Chief
would have lo be corrobo- .J\u' ? \ tell nun Jua,lce Mr j w B ,
.Id be no case. *""* lo U xhrr* on ,v
'id thai he could .
r.ut hide even from himself the noi"n' " '* before anything person
fart thai the material witm-
had broken down even belon? ll
V- ; l.ii
the colony on Si;i
foodstuff I.. ilic hlind Tii:'et' thousand, six hundred bags
rt Hour and 1.850 bans of onions were the main
-'* bags __________ |
Aft II < John
-.1...
Malar
i*i Brvnda Daniel
Oa*tas*
IM Mtm*t#t Piiat
Oua.n CUaa>
Ale IS. ttutrti'i
Aa> IS
a ,.,-.-* of eogna,-. #; ,.,..-. < i
case* of mill ,
80 bags of Peail barley, 40 bar-
rels of salted mackerel. 18 case;;
of hams. 28 case* of c..lined meat.
2d crates of cabbages and a s'.up-
( advertising
Captain W. Bahr is in i

H P Musson Son A. I
i.IM-HAL xi ....
Larceny
Decision
Reversed
cross-exam inMmn D QM ens. prcsjttl
id&hip told the Jury that
no court could aOr, a Jury to de- anyone for raoney and if Massiah
liberate iUj given him any money
II" nvtted than ha would have informed on him.
rdtet of not guiltv. Orcai examined he said that
Th|s vei wbsjn iiaatfafe approacbad bin oa
'">* "" ! I M (Bryan) tried lo convey the im-
I to eive evidence. Me aid preaaion th.it he wai not
.1 lo the
rt. 230 Bradshaw brought Mas. police
siah to Ihe Bridge Pol;
and three ch

licensed firearm, two having un- fhecourt
laid lhat undoubtedly thi
l ould have avoided the
occurrence, there was. as he had
approached him sajd# mucn provocation. He would
l.i Mvr'l. Cran-.rH Aar .1 S<
Mat'l.ia. Olfl. KchMl.
7rv> Wi..l. II..I. Air I*. It.Mir.
Ma .: M ..
I.- .Ill.4t,. e
II D AMttStt, A*V II Cumbrt-
Hooeura kn it. a
.nd Mi. A. J !! II tfi
arrival on tU, Judsfes of thr A
the Alroa Planter rl Court of ApimmI | i
.
m vibo imposed a
I
young ol .Miing. st
John foi i lanllty
therefore not pass as long a len
of Imprisonment on him
WouM normally do
I for Sargeant Was Id:
C. Hu-bandv
9 MONTHS imilllH
H
H.- l.l.i-lil^ -. >.-.-:. ,i WU lU
Austin of st. Utoy to nln tl
prtsonment. Austin ruul earlier
mouFht Mas. Police and save a statement eon. ""*"'""""" >'" >' ;<<
s-.ation cerning the case He had aweii '" tbe *ouion &*** *"'h' : '
Charge, were brought rur?.bou? .??S ^^iJS^nmlS^i^^K
i, one, having an un- ,..,?,, .im,- u- nava* mJu ,t, Ulth lnlent on Baathel Boyce b>
-> having un- STL^^uSV.'1^ d her with a hammer on

I
attempting to
Brathwalta.
i;,h had been
Craaa- examined ha
charges n I
1
September 30 this year.
He
I said he could not remember Before sentencing him His
, If he told the Pollca Magistra'e Loi-dshlp said lhat It was diffl-
the ,hat Mr N':,'v ''^", h,rn ** ru,! '" conceive how u man <-t
Ing about the case, his character had allow .--i Un -
When he wcni to Mr. Niles J " *0 ">1icl Ihe injury m n
e he had s.ild that '; "l ^iU'1, M-vl,"s w" no* present, outburst of passion He had been
Frank Masaiah was in the I to * "' ^" b>' "'* emPlo-y"-'
when hi .ai Mr, NUaa, Mr. Nile-, read one to 'l b.v P"f
another o. i ( was him. y >r
if 'i. If Massiah had given h.m the
Stanley ltr>an . a. 20 he would ha
-table said thai on May 2 he was him and given u lo the Pobc
at N. B. HoWi Mratt, When ha HW Massiah the day &.
v.her* he workad when Massiah the Inal he asked him what bad 3 YEARS IN JAIL
came to him about 7.15 p.m. and become of the monev. ----------------
t" fjlva He had told the Magistrate Vcrnon Kinch a mason of Silver
case. tnat thc d:iv f IhP lr)n, he hap. Sands, who was found guilty
"" pencd to be in iourt fei "'* '" thc sessions of at-
ular reason. tempting to blow up a dwelling
triet. both
al. He still, how-
_____ bail to send him lo prltOn,
*t\VL 1 \r", though he would be lenient
Aulin had been represented by
Mr. J. E. T Branckei
< .1 r..rt ...a.
r I KIM. AS* u. -! K. M
MaMifv, Aav l Caiiriin.i
I MSkSH aid
* t .: .1 Ae
met* achool
aasan
^^ 19 rodrwiiiKfi
H'ari 1
risen in.oiM nurh im sraM-
l.i r aUbb. a.. it. nati.a>,L.-.
MuMutn ami I
Art II... .
7nd A C Tunpln. Air 11. Baiba
doa MuMutn and HuiMtal *o-
An Dfparnnant CUm
IJaalar).
II""" ralalMM
Btly Cib*iMlcti. Aai> II Alex-
iMlra Oirla' School.
tiainaai
r Kril Air I*. Raitodo* Muw.m
and 11 Art lU
liarli.i.i:!
Volaml Banni.lrr Air 14, QtMPfh'n
faMsaa
r.ut.

i
-engwra. 1

: thfl A'eo<
I'l nirr
Thorn Ltd
KICK FROM IK.
The 87-ton schooner
it ii Idaaa arrived
Robert
-k Al* II. St rehN
10/- fro>
\
1
litlin M
with a shlpmcnl
In Item of lb
IChBB n

i, lhP n,. .. out of n ti i
. ..
What Y"ung sa'
Thr.-
!.
M.rian Belle '
Wolf ih. I u. in.- H smith and
i aaal at
i n liiiti-M

h a 1......urei ol Hothei
.\alklng bohil
1
I
I
CHOONI R- I I \\ I
be basjan
.
tan and be ctiaaad him
t rwners' A
Oim nirARii iti s
vrroiiMoRK
aal.gae vaih
1*1 Dam*. Claikr A 10
atrkv School
Snd M.I.I Pl.krr. A|
Gal. glMll
aastgsu.
CWsl.il
IM. Sliriu Hu.
Matuuaa OlrU a.tiool
i eoogtabta lhat
him, Massiah
Matllir- I
ItMl r*ntl>U
Maltl.rw -
lair Pirt <
lold him he
htm sonic assistance
He asked him what was tl
hi i Massiah)
had bei-n """ """'' ,,., Webster and other
charged with ad rt.plini; to shoot When M .i.. ., |,Mlns by placing explosi\.
I >! "V utul.T the bouse ..n August School; '
Ki'fused i:......- t n n. had followed him 6 this year, was sentenced 1 < *'
Hat that h* was an while he was tft Ih* three year* penal servitude by "**."[,,,,
Island constable and could do Police Station. WhllO hi wag Imv- His Lordship.
1 was ecauseMhc',ta^n ? & ^SS^JSTJK ***&&
hpC,ecae^l ffRS U9M' ^*^*&J*pi
paper out of his ..aalaal^J *" ^fcgL.,} t^ 'haracler. but had allowed ,
thing to him ami tod h.m liharcd Massiah ,.,n>aratively simple matt., ..
. Manlahl would aivu him Acting Police Mr. BO derange his Judgment as to
hTgave X. te him" "U| " *?> M"> S ?,nk" S" pLil h^' "*S '
He asked h.m when tbe monev h? d'*arged Frank Massian of fence for which in some coun-
would be paid and hc said dur- the charge of attempting to dis- tries he might be sent to con-
ing hearing of U <.,ld 'large a loa led i centratlon camp for life. It "'
Massiah that $20 was no money *-verts*. M>lr said he knew diftleull to
liktd him how manv other Maslah for about sM months, In with the enormity of Ihe offence,
he h^d in the ea>, He the aarly part of April Massiah but he would be as lenieni aa
Massiah said three or four moro, aakod him tdgiv* evidence lb* the cireuinslances permllled him.
Mylas, Pranklg Waltha and an- him. He asked him whether he ha i ,,vatih*i nKFFViF
ian called Chariia sai andh* i i hot they "WW^T"K^'- w"wtB
the itatemant Massiah arafa not pioper one*. Massiai Ethan Brathwntte (18) and
him. he was I i gld he would give bun 14 or \* Dentil Hauls (17) of Brill SI
lencf that he was on Jordan's,, took him to M< Hill who wen- eai lie. In "
1-i.ne accompanied b) ;; -, ., found guiilv <1 eoinimU hk
nil whether be (Mjrlag) W*S one f in nnnatoial otTencc on S.-ptein-
ffl Maiil.la*
M K I,
I Mr.nr.
Clement. Aa-
T-iniiai Aa>
\.-
u^ at. ivi.
Other
queen f .i st. Vli cent ih. VUa .
rfsslaia i.....i
'ilpha f.n Bt. I
v..s. I AlhelbrmH. which left Im

( X.belbr.M.k irrtvi rl
ll was
i

IhCI Vi I
eptlon ol viiieii.io.ik
which is i
. .
Own.
it Ion,
Young appeared as if he
i
When lie fatal saw the two me.'
a-' about 29 fe*l behln'
.
unsatis-
factory .1
; tvould b* hlghl)

'. illng lb
......Ii:..I,. ...->,. Walk
st ivirr Olrla' School. ASe 1* 14
assaau
I CSV*, Aa* 14. SI Pvtar-l Otrl-'
Mrhoal
A*i -Ih.. N.adlxa.rh
1.1 V Jo-dan and Y. ChaadrSt, A.- H
SI. PtWi'i Olrla' School .
In* St IVler ii
MMhis sND i 04 OANI I OIL
I r ...II 'I'll. .
it from the bvKin
tilng the else appaarad not lo h
U tra wii
to Irs < ,,'t" My. ""' (rl
,> to glV'
Young the heiu-tlt of the doubt.
11(11 Ml OVr.at
HAVnil
lakbladlM
M....I .-Ichoul
I .'Hi Jordan. As* I
B. HIS** Skltuol
n-RArrs
Aa* II Hlark a***
(..' M
I Salm

h; drum ol
oil and SO bat** <
school.. t 450 bag*
i mui ma il. 8h< i darday,
Mgncd to the Behoonai Ownoi i[c ...
Aaaoel itloti
woiiuit rACHT
i n 44-ycnr-o'
. i ( .1. hi |
. i |ullt) at troun i
ii. it. on 1"*
.....id. b] i tiffing hai on Dat I Hi
before His Worship M-
I I m I. Ml* Ol -ii i ii

'hen l.i say he i
M l -
the witnesses. Massiah said y
und Mr. Nil. i i
ter 22. tenced to
null months imprisonment with
.'avc "m'monev hard labour yesterday. I. HI
and";: o1-a-s ________.
Ihe man a t"*'M"'ui*d he UU
never paidI to gin.evidence. It ni)1 inU.nd giving any e,
t know vou Throw -wav wa',boul a-30ucIock ":" siah agreed to nuel him by ih
those i and t. wo:k;. !; was coming out of Ih.-Sp.uk. Sl.1( Ht|p bv)I Massiah did nol
rnd that he (M went Tmlor S,:PP' wh,'n ^ MW Massiah come. On another occasion Massiah
ihrougn way riding ..long Tudor Street, it was agree(i lo are h'm but did not corn-
home. uw Massian stopped and ap- xhl^ cither.
bout 9.45 proached him. Massiah said he had ____
i 'clock Bryan saw Massiah in ihe witnesses bul did nol think they Mylti a* ihe lasl witness to
court yard and hc (Massiah) were reliable and asked him give v
told hln it Mr. Niles whether he could kive evidence. Mr. WalestU SSkd that from ihe
the ban io-.ee him. He told him that he knew nothm* evidence the ea-e should nol go i
Bryan asked Massiah when Mr. of the case. Mavinh asked him n the lory.
him and he prcond time to give evidence and His Lordship Invited the Jury i->
said if he were not busy he could he agreed to do so, though he d.l return I verdict of not guilty.
a in IH>al I tan
n-m Altars*, A**
Huh 8eho.il.
Haws
l.i Ami iinv Kdaai.1.

na.Hll.n
A. H II.....
months lo the sum of t'>
i im ii lav-
.. ofdl r..l
II /. '
- \V f
The hue hi li be paid In If
ot . m ntl .."
: hour.
All.
itr,
, Ar U I
Heath Ale 13.
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AMI CARRY A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
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including
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CABS PLATES
COASTERS
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SHERBETS
NAPPIES
SUGAR BASINS
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WATER BOTTLES
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COCKTAILS AND ', PINT TUMBLERS
These arr All Available in Plain or Elrhed Greek Key Pall
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I I STAID COPS, CASSEROLES. PIE PLATES SOUP PLATES.
UTILITY DISHES Etc.
This is a Busy Period Parliculary for HousewivesThere
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iiKiN'fis CAtfOl on.
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... i .,
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The Mini ih

and :<* tier
l.ii.i dn J T V
mand of Ihe st.
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tO, 11, 12 & 13, Broad St-ed
I'l. MS NYLON aaaflCn i black only,
W wide ............IpZ.O J
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while will, nnhi.l dofg
white with gjrtM dots,
while wilh navy and
orchid wilh fffxhl dots
46 inches wide
per yard.
$3.25
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fit and active.
f^
give) thorn I'ALIBORANGE
oviry day
TlBSBST I huildins
at Mat SfSSrgJ i '
hca.'hy srowib. SlfOBg b. nci and teeia
- .i-n.e M illness.
Made Hum punsl hatihui Oil. skvtrly MrnJr.I
wiih .he imc* of npc oranges, it is n.h in
Vnam.ni A snd I> sod so dclicwus in taiir thai
^_ the nnii hn.kk* youngster lakes
^L- it wilh drl.Rht
*-*% amgg** I(kiiIciii-I1v, ii** fine lor urowi
\,-'"r w loo,
Haliborange
Mod* in England by:
ALLEN a. HANDUKYS (II)., LOMK1N, E.2
jus i iti c i m
JAMAICA CIGARS
GENTLEMEN ......................... B x.s of 2S
KI.OU lie MACHAD0
LONDBES
,19
PANETELAS M
Also GEMS .................. ........ Bundles of 50
Also DOMINICA CIGARS
I.ONDKES In Boxl of 23
CORONAS ..............29
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He hJve on Mm"
SI I I l(|\(. Will II. ( ftW'KH
si \ I 11 SHIONrJ
i \h sfATH Blue, ar**a Wtm fstsok
t Olll AIK UMII. MiiK-niue. t.reen. Amk r. Red.
< i
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PAUE SIX
IIARBAI.Oi. VI.VOI ATI
TIFS1MY. DKtfcMBEai a. iUt
AgriculIural ind ustry
Honduras During 1951
OLD WAR COMRADE CALLS ON IKE
Increased
In British
Timber Still yfain Export
LONDON
Of a total population of 69.644 in British Honduras
8.838 people arc engaged in the major industries according
to the Colony's 19M Colonial Report just published in
London.
Chicle bleeding is still the largeM single gouroe tU
employment, employing 1.512 men. and many others de-
pend on forestry for a living.
"The people have oeen reared land communicauons wit)
to a timber economy and It wUI "d another road is being i *
require intensive re-education net ween the western highway
before they can be inverted to and the Sunn Creek valley,
agriculture the report notes. In 1951.531 ships totalling 181-
The Umber Industry is still the 42 ton* entered the Colony as
main one of the colony and em- umpared with S43 ships totall-
ploys 1.079 men Chief exports ing 2tlO.~7(J ton* it. Um pievn.ua
of the industry are mahogany,
cedar, balsawood, rosewood and Passenger Service
pine. WHfa i ,- exception of the
During 1931 exports of mutton- Cayman Shipping Company which
any and pine timber increased operates sm.ll vessels between
o\er 1.950 sales, but there was a Heli/e and Kingston. Jamalea,
c.ecieaae in the sales of Cedar there is no regular passenger
logs. Umber and jhlcle wood. service although passage* are
. ,e year was a record one lor obtainable in vessels which call
all crops with the exception of every three weeks for shipments
rice in the Toledo dlstrl ( which of bananas to the United King-
suffered from excessive flooding dom.
oon after planting. Nevertheless. Most of the Internal mails of
the crop was near.) as Urge < the Colony are carried in a smal
the preceding year'-, and had m^tor uwl the Heron." vvhicl>
bos been mwe sat itbu tori operate* a tWnee weekly service
it would have exceeded tho iia,n Belfie to Punta Corda, and
previous year's total A record one* weak exivmling the trip
crop of com was harvested and to Puerto Cortes.
1.300 ton* were available tor e- The lack of a deep v. -
port, some of which wa* sent to nas been one of the main ob-
Trinidad. stacla* to the Colony's sea com-
A rise in the rontrnlled price municattona. and the eoiutruction
of meat revived Interast In the f ;, ^vcp water pier at Com-
^olony* livestock Industry, al- merce Bight, in the Stann Crock
though a lot of work has to be. Lstrtct, i* one of the main pro-
done to demonstrate the mean- jeet* under consideration by the
ing of proper stock and pasture Colonial Development and Wel-
ivAnngeniffii before this can lie fare organ bat ion.
regarded as an organised agricul- The main airfield of the
tural Indu'*" Colony is at Stanley Tield. about
ten miles north of Beli.>
Banana Shipment* which flights are flown to Klngs-
Bananas have played an im- ton Jamaica, Tegiicigali>a.
portaSM part In the Colony's ex- Florida. Guatemala and No* Lean. '
ports over the year, the ilrst Orleans. Passenger movements in gramrr--------
shiinent of which was made in 1951 ,|10w<.l an increase ot 28 It is playing to packed IU 0* clowning."
October and regularly thereafter ,MT eatf OVflg that of 1950 and at 'he tiny Irving Theatre, lust Another member of the cast_wh
.it three weekl> intervals. By freight movements increased by "IT London's Leicester Squan .ind has attraclcc
the end of the year exports had 97 per rent.
I lf.000 k month Thc report points out thai
Stead* work has (>een made in |H>,t-war development ham been
agriculture during 1951. but the ...nceiitraled on establish inn a
Agricultural DeparUneni has been murc t,r,rtui|> b
tampered by a -mortage of ,nd h(ls resulted In m.
trained SUIT and funds h*mg built to onCo up new areas
The Brnin nondu.a* fishery for # Colony's aaricultura.
NERVES
SSJIISM All MARSHAL Lurd Teddt*. drops In for a chat with President-
elect Dwlght I> Klsenhower at the general's New York headquarters.
The two worked togolher during and after World War II. Grinning ui
background Is Lewis Douglas, former U. S. Ambassador to England.
B.W.I. Artistes
In London
Sleel Bridge
Launched
9 from piir I
lage on life north bank.
The whota procedure contbv
ued according to plan, and at tr
imnut. after three, after two
hours of actual movement it
finally rested on its 1*bed"*on the
north bank. Immediately the
bridge was settled, Mr. Parfltt,
Mr. Carter and workmen cros*ed
on the wooden footpath from the
'it ink to th, noithcrn side.
Hts Excellency the Acting Qov-
ernor. Mrs. Turner. am
than a dozen interested person
walnHtl the final stages, and
when Mr Pjiliti rc-.hc.i the
.nik. they warm!) con-
gratulated him and his assistants
an their success.
Celebrale
Afut the launching was pen -
plctM. the Chief Engineer, and
the members of the senior staff,
joined with the other workmen
who als* played their part in Ihe
successful completion of the job.
and together they celebrated the
occasion
The lauiuhtng of the bridge
involved much [>
theoretical and practical work".
Mr. Oariod told the .Uverate
later.
Mr. Garrod sold they owed l
debt of gratitude to Mr. D. G
K CD. & W. who during the last
two pears gave very much help
in desgining the works of re-
organ Isnt ion.
He 1.U0 expressed his thanks
h) Mr Bancroft Of Messrs. Elec-
tric Sales, and Mr. Boyee of Bulke-
f whom were
Kaiinfk*ar Ttwo'
|E|
,...
IMd. KkW-. fmi.
Fr IMd kAf.
P1S4 raiim tuMbal Jl
.n,rd*nn that kI Arvlli
m tM ">* I haw ih.
lX>NDON.
A (jreatn has t-oim- tnil fctf Wa1 Indian singers, musi- f, .
cians ami dancers, im London. After many years of struggle helpful during the launching yaa-
nd d.sappointments. they have al last managed to pul on "Jjgjd lf hr couW Rive ,nv irt.
then* own nil-West Indian show at a London theatre dlcauon as to when the nan
Their show, 'Cabartt Caub- ht appeared remarkably delicate pumping station would be rom-
dcKhbcd on the pro- and agUS in a bongo dance, which ,.'. tel, m, C.irrod said tnry
A. Iiultan party nbcd as -,a master- j,ae* ^omised Government that
the Station and the arterial main-
emanating from it would be
full operation hy September
VESTRIES
ervioa. which was established
1950 was not able to liegln opera-
tlofiB until the completion of its
launch in April 1951 The work
of the fishery officer .,.-. beeo
(onoexned .nair.le wltli ciawflsli-
lng and snrimp trawlin* Despite
'lisapixgntlng result. In shrimp
trawling which Wus carried out
off the river* of the Southern
portion of the Colony, there was
a considerable increase in the
export* of crawfish in 1951. the
export total being double that of "A"i"'l '
ati.r
N. p-

from [>i.:e I
of High
Travel Agent
On Holiday
year-old travel
the preceding year,
1, is Errol
... the heart ol theatre-land John Ov W I Indian poet who
The Irvlni gleasts ragulariy In um p.b.*
"little theatres" that have sprung West Indian service \>
up in L000V during recenl
During tt tal- hlmsell 1 ing drain-
lerv At night, canvas scrteni gtlc actor and som
,, .., the valuable pictures on Uu thai 1 -'t the.Irving
walls utlt trad in to mai nmll prova the first big step
face the tiny stage that has been In .< nan Iheal t* ">
buil- at OfU end of the long tal- With the SUCCass of tin- C ario- MT.
Ian On that si pearl > assured, west enmm
Indian srtbrtei in la>ndon ore be- si y wai
ginning to make plans for Coro- b
nation <> -Uaa varyhodji else rind vie an
itri< .1 buslnaM With ford, memi
rk on lyrics committee
and ttStOhSa lot Coronation rt- .Under General Buiilif.. Mi
I ur lhan ar hopes that a steel C M Drayton .a. behalf of other
li^n.1 ma* be biuht to Britain memlwrs of the Vestr) cuiigialu-
Igiin from the Caribbean to take laled Mr, II A Talma.for the
,, ,,; the general Coronation jj^^l^mann^hj*^
:
JUMWn t.i the 1 1
During the past year, the Irving
has achieved a reputation
firm stepping-stone on Ihe way to
u -- _______ ,. theatr..al famt and several 'un-
:'.' ,\":^f.r'1leld..?re*.-e'n^.b::: taOWOa" Who have appeared then-
have secured thernsctves an es-
place In Ihe theatrical
I Health. Mi
utive on
ppoiiitiinj the Rei
ind Mr C B Bianl-
r >f the Playing Field
mi m-d.cr.i
oflis* L,i*w.i
1 start dnini
I'CM H* .nd HIHMW tl
ik. Um*1 1W Um4 u ->. <-
rtlai Vmi Uk i"d lI ?>* ->"r.'
hnNto insist m Dwddt k-ln.. FSg..
the >?* i.m.4j h* r hall a
-tsrt. Dee/a an *u*k . Mra. Omtj I al all dt-, >tar.. ,11
Dodds Kidnev Pills
Happy Relief.
From Backache
Nal|hbour u>,d -Ta** Doan'. nib"
VV/HY PUT UP with needless
" jiKonfon fwm baefcathe,
rheuinaiw pau. lumbago, anfl.
aUung anrtUet sod putois or the
common uruury Jatunkri due to
aV.ggivn kidney uuon Uo you
migtH get happv relief.
Vtan iheu*snd of health*
Kele bks* the day they ior*
an'i B>Oa>.hc K-Jacv l'Uls.
This well known diuiruc and
urinary antiiepiic helps sluggish
kalnevi 10 carry out iheir fuocdun
of ridding ibe blood ot sce> uafe
acid and other impurities harmlw*
lohaltb Grateful people, every-
where, recommend Doan'i Pills te
Meads and ncighboun
LacKiniosns
Toffee de uxe
The Toftee adjtt the rich buttery
flavour. The moinenl psjgj put one in
your uioulb von fill aas t Thia
the uio.1 |sJMgaM lafln I
ever laalea." And it I
ery high food value too e
piere IS briml il -t uutriinrnl.
MADE IN INCLAND I.'
John Mitktntoihk* Sa^i Led.
Toga* Town. Hariri*. InglinO.
DOANS
:.
/ keep fresh ail day.. J.
ad Mi- Qraim unv*d in Bar- .auii.Ki
bado. Uw Tfunday t,. iftnd .' world
lhrce-mor.lh holid.y. They an' u w Rdrlr Conner, ill, r.uii-
Uyiw al Sandy lleacn lli'Ul. Mr. d.di.n baritone and nclor who
Barbadian. Hr w raaponalblr foi Ihe Caiibbran
Since the end of the war ; X#t!F ** P"r"
h8 been immense Improve- Hr ,, ,UpporUr of the Ch.l- arUstes togttlk, ..
merit n the coinmunleaUons of dre.s ,;,.,, u..lf.uo g Hl,sloM "J *itJl|v mMUUJ#d Us. .,. h the past has Bna naa brought some Christina-. Vi iir when the Tilnid.i I A11-Site] dlan -.!-i ta.nim nt beiore British !"H.' f Othai
1 for the children of the Percussion Orchestra vUtad Lon- audAtnonv- B.t'T.
don f"i the Fe-tivai of Britain
But his plans fell through bee., 1
no I-ondon theatre wa* available
then
Appearing in another ihow ai
the frvinn ret'nth. Mr. Connor
put his Idea for an all-West In-
dian show to the management li
armly ncccpled and Mr.
Connor was told to go ahead with
plans.
; , of tal
Mr KG GUtena uppnVun
eapuuBlOle loi mi> 1 inowan in nri.ain won uiimi^.i .(.......-- - -- - ""a M-V Toln
- show a, rle baS worked |Jon wlsamiW ll wn.heard. If a hese remark, and M-*. Ta
for manv years to bring Caribbean steel band is brought across the brief! wepled $ memlxrj
- a,ti*tes together in a show of thei, Atlantic .gain, it could P nnich '^ their kind remarks and said
had to rely mainly on the
ind the sea. rhildren's Goodwill U-ag'ue here.
Under Colonial Development Mr. Join, Beck lea told an Adv
Welfare ausplcat, roads rate repoi lei yattorday thai
have been built linking up both dato will ioun be lUvd .01 Ukf
the wnt and northern areas by distribution of then pr<
\ PLAQUE MARKS THE SPOT..
The only MP
Cromwell
ever feared
I' Lord deliver me from
* d,r Hurry Vane! The
tu that ol Cromwell
the dismissal
:' 11 Long Parliament
. :i.
till
-
.pre w. .nly one man
'ha* Cnmwell
It was Harry Vane
nan with a conscience.
..
To rctor During tMe
be Long Parka-
. I aim had
,) \ht a it >crs'
n n.ng complete
- >*l of the country's
'ffalr.*
A mar; *.".r Vane's srrupl'*
'jjld not be an ally ol
Cromwi-:; Charles II after
the R itoration feared him
as nvi is Ct mwi il had.
H.W .I.A. Link
British Aizd
Preach Mawdfl
.11V Of
I-on 11
l>l>|{l'-OF-bPAlN. Dee L
iiuiA new 1
ented Wati fhdlai h Condon between Trinidad. Grenada. Bar-
*ome of them alrendv tamou*. l Lucia. Martmiuue.
..
a ;
a
them lust ttarung "*' on thei wrvice provtd
own. like Sylvia Wynne, 1 talented
wing dancer I
pany
. 'i 1
........m ii So EfSJ.'TJ
ilanre COm-
C'outtor Unnci^s
U d
ear njgularK in the show
make tl
dble. But on 1 ns oe.
"I in the shOV
- guise tor himas a dancei
I a powerfully;-ouilt man. but French West
mi from service.
The re-ult i ih 1 business and
I j. now I !
Ut wit 1 the greatest of
ST Of Is!
: all In the *pace of 1
rsngad atatj al
1
walk Into any BW.IA, oflfcst in
the Leeward W ndward
Lie to do so with Hie
Vestrymen cspecial-
Mr. Harrv Ward
A- it Was the last Vestry meet-
ing for the year. Mr* Talma ex-
1 -.. s- .,-
mi mbcrs.
Mi Ilrawlford reciprocated on
bt'talf of other member*.
Meml>er* present were: Mrs
H. A. Talma (Churchwarden) in
the Chair. Mr. Jl. St G Ward.
Mr C. M. Drayton. Mr. C. B
Brindford. Mr C Hill. Mr. 11
Games. Mi G < Ward. Mr
J F Webster. Mr A G Gitten*.
Mr Victor Chase. Mr. T. N
Peirce.
iiree students from the
the Boys' Founda-
tion Sehool accompanied by Mr.
D. Prescott, Assistant Master, at-
tended the Christ Church Vestry
tig vestndnv afterm-.:
iiducted thei
business
At the er.J l the meetmk- M
C B. Brandfoid. on bahalf ol
other members of the Vestry,
wished them a happy Christmas.
Use LIFEBUOY TOILET SOAP
It's cast to keep fresh ail dayjust use
Lifebuoy Toilet Soap whenever you wash! It
dccp-ctcansing lather really frees you of weari-
ness, keeps you fresher so much longer. So get
a tablet of Lifebuoy today and make sure of
day-long !rchne**!
FOR PERSONAL FRESIISESS ALWAYS
&6t&l6lOok
...thc gift that recalls Christmas every day
booking without undue
iwaiting confirmation ol
1 1 11.'
obtain
delays
seats.
These improved facilities should
make air travel all the easier in
August 1837 Vane had
ouih
England, leaving behind
>iad
enough He sailed
More direct
Bu' < ar."' bad a more
[ d ding with
N 1 : :: --. I Van- ind threw him
T *.r Tin yeara
later yan-'s head fell at
Tower Hill
Vane was the .*on of sir
Henry Vane a statesman
wno ... 1 vi,, the revolu-
tionary ramp hy his <- n
Yoiiim Van- educated at
''' .iimI
themvolutlonari party at the
aawof 19 Hi I ithersent him
'' iixfor.i
to gnocK sen-." into him
Harry Vane iLk the nral
..pport-miiv ol tptr
Puritan According
I d Lord 1 irendon tin-
recorder nf tl.e Great
Ifbei; full ol
bittern
botti aintlnst the govtrnmenr
and th' liturgy '
Emigrated
Old Vane urged Laud
Ii--:-,;
young man in hand It wa
useless Thus wher.
Harry Vane went t>
and became governor
V 1
But ID -.t~ re
llglou* int ranee was
severe a* in Lhe old country.
There came a trial of
strength between Vane and
the Boston church on the one
bide, and Deputy Governor
John Winthrop and the j
aasSan lit tn In
reputation acknowledged by
friend and foe alike
Vane lived tn retirement
until 1840. when he became
member . Kingston upon-Hull In lhe
Long Pariiamtnt he was pro-
minent in the proceeding*
against Stratford.
In thl* connection he went
back on his conscience To
obtain evidence against Straf -
ford, he to.,k from a cabinet
at his father's home the n te-
of a council meeting at
atraflurd had m-.-mmended
th introduction of an army
from Ireland to subdue
Englanc.
It was the chief evidence
against BtrafTord.
Important posts
Vane toog a prominent
of
Civil War
Cam* he was against the
execution of Charles 1.
Cromwell shut him up in
carlsbrooke Castle, but after
the Protector's death, he had
'.mponant posts under
Richard cromwcll.
Vane House. Rosilyn Kill
Hamps'eaa. commemjrpte-
him.
lib]
'
,ade
jab a tut American in-
iff STTUMAN
BORN l/l.
[,HIIII \Otll 166^
RUSSIA INTERESTED IN
COMMONWEALTH TRADE
LONDON u : m Tht materials he noted that the Intagi I
Tot smwiIUI interest ibnWU bj will ConUnue to the Kast Gcruians was not alnn-
nrnunltt 3.....eclnj from devoted to the under-de
'Soviet Russ.a. in developing trvi. th, Asian Doiiuinoni and Onto- 0**n*wenltt rji^ J >
iwilh Commonwealth countri. s i* nl, and the reaaunlna is t>rob- on one occasion during he FSir.
*po lighted by New Common- abli that. eye*. In ihe avanl ol thc offlcla report of the days
we \U. in its current issue th worst slum]) .11 the metro- activities claimed thai greatest 111-
T" .. ..v.uK in particular- poiltan country, it will still be Iciest among overseas buyers
** n*noanv l*ui\f Pali ii '" India, cama fro,,, South Africa, Canada.
ComnlnnS r... I to supply A^la. Kklstan and Imio-
ri.raresa--4iave both underiln cotton, mbbei and other nesia. S'iilh Afn.,1 and Australi.
^"JKrSS wane- aftr Job. mirodilh sgs 2LTJV?** ff"
Caitiew 111 a special article .....I heavy equipment and the Fa r and tnqu-
"Since th.- end .d the Wai l inough Hrm
Leipzig Fair has becoms the Two Aspects tcrmediaiie^
most imporiapt ttop-wlndow ol Bxamlnlni ODiHvtandinu
the last and this y* """ both ttiK and la-t yeai. ta ex- Outst-n.laig among Ihe I I
Whelming emph:i*l$ was on heav. pand tier trade with Common- Cnman export was hHtUM ,-
industry." Mr Cardew rontii wealth countries m Asm Mi chliifry Tm- tinman.* laid em-
,i, in iigh contlnuasi ph.-i- 11 lalM work In
ancc as an exhibitor of In p.ntnulai ol tliariufaeture, whleh ihey claimed
tools, he 1 the 1 lertnct tatld In y\9 iMn an advantana over ih*
gnd hntlla and mining maciuia vv \i ,Sl-,.w la-t April have not re- UM watt concentrated on
anil whl) these good v n the attention they deserve quantity production They also
for sale, their shanlAeance, in ui ihi West especialLy In UW claifi tag* in delivery
i iM. there wa tin v
Ind t" irads In respect ol chemical equip-
rtith under-developed countries merit, ihev wire both ready and
st which Inn I
mans of them indus- markets. claiming thit India,
vcrc the dominant Pakistan. Australia and South
Atr:ca cfiuld me.t mans .
rountrles hacked ren/dremenls in Bast Germany.
1 Furtharmore, the anal Gent 1
'Titrating on Ux
M tMn Ol CO) DM k 1
iea to trade then inoiu- .1 on Ih m that they base some
1 edging
1 f..... \ ivirli '
to
. tddi "Al Lgrinui beav) And. while Bast Gen
- pushing her sales of special light
1 problem of the un- industry products, ii
again stress Is also being laid on the
forty- abUlty of her heavy industry to
1 1 t h develop-
U
the words of u Berlin .
a ibnl they document) 1
nev productive capacity"
I
v.t Cai Ii
lie little dOUbt
Whti LtV
the probkrn of findlna new
kP.: tor their
they will havi

I '
tcreat In I dth raw
.
g gent rallv ovi
.1 Bril Ih ih.'
aIll Easte:- 1 veloned countries
aar-vxth of the pre-war volume. i>pparent They tret
E u r 1 : Asia, including play a Commonwealth
A^gase purchases from the whole Inon. and Pakistan, compared Commons
Area have greatly in- wit-i about sixty from Britain and ment schemes,
crtassd compared with the pre- eight
0*** to Sat 444
SaaggflU h| Whiff*
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with happy memories of ChristioJia when you give
Ksterbrook-^the perfect writing iiulmment.
Katerbrook pens offer even more than beuuty
and laatingaervice. They make Ihe mnut indniduai
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the right point for every at vie of writing from .'ft
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I
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TUESDAY. DECEMBER 9. i52
BAKIUIHI UI\lK VII
PAOI MAIN
Bigger Efforts For World Sugar Pact
Means To
Increase
Consumption
LONDON
The Inlet
is redoubl.
up a pnl" inary dl
world in which
will be t. latlon ii>
The worl content i
when. II *i

Ahhout Ihe Council ha
the Unlt.-n \
world oonfi nrtea, then li still a
feelkag of gates to i kl that a worit-
able prel: recmr.it
rdUld or then.
All th. Mac: near producing
and con-.. '
on the in i A\ m inler-
national < -ement They arr also
agreed tl there is .. wa Id sui-
plus of
ample r for increased con-
sumption
There :
that two of (he
disequilibrium in Ihe .-...
re the currency restrictions and
peed trade. These t
auses t.i Iha "
worlds lugar trade can best
be aHieiiswxl iii the l.i.
of_a woild conference.
V Council has therefore cabled
ry-Gcnenil of the Unit-
l Netu'ti-. in v
g him to call the world
uKnr. to be held In Juno
i: The Council's
f statement, announcing this
Imsai I
The liitt-r! Honal Sugar Coun-
cil held .i m.cM.i: :. -;
her. 1952. in London li was nt-
Ijtideri i > repi itivea of is
Qovorniiifiits and by observers
from eifciit o'hi'i <;
^^jV the Food and Agriculture
Otfin; .ili.m. The Council adopt-
ed th. following resolution.
World Action
^^KThe International Suiar
OMlI*.I. h.ivini; .
jUHng on 24th November, IBM,
an; | i.. .
I position on Q
paBBBBB; market.
tkm 1- .t
ecBor. ll r< quired lo overcome the
dinVnl'ies which have arisen and
Which will continue if BUCfa action
Is not Liken
^V*'l. Considers that a Com-
mon it- Agreement offi
bast means of dealing: I
dif
. *"2. Recognises Ihal SUCh III
Agreement will reqUlP
tlon at an Internntionnl Com-
Modity Conference.
"3 Request Ihe S<
TVce Expert
In Sahara
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Iquai si
. \
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'
which A


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H i i -
British Civil Jets Break
Crust Of Dollar Market
lt> BUR OLIVER
LONDON.
-cith the
development of jet airliners has
started to bung in a fal
dividend Not as big as the alr-
ikera would like to see,
but f lingers crossed
eral of the United Nations American an line chiefs are im-
convene an international pressed and the crust has been
ir Conference to consider broken with the bagging of coti-
rnnclusion of an Interna- tract! to supply Pan American
il Sugar Agreement World Airwaj with Comet! and
SugnesU thai this Con- n ,i -Canada Air Lines with
In haw In London late \. ;kl,ho-prop*.
June or early in July. iw.>.t Hntt'h producers BM now hni>-
K*_'5. Authorises the C-li.uim.oi lm; ,|i(l, ,,iher, of the b ie International Sugar l . p into the
place ihe full facilities of ,.... ;.., (hell Jeti Several UJ3
cretanat of Ihe ( OUndlal bOOBM are (urrentlv in touch with
posal of the l'i H,|
V. ].ms. would also have Comets
only fairbeca got now if Britain had
'Hi.- L.en abk to i:ive him an eartiei
ting on miii- deiivnv data for the first batch
l.ny boml Something may come of it yet,
Nqw b civil jet fOC Hn kenli.tihei and d. H..v.l
li.. being brought i ind are siiii m touch.
to the Americana then alra ift Tha alownaoa of iiritish produo
IndUftn : bavLng the tlon has often been elitlcised. Il
door shul to the It must be said that i>c
turbo-prop a reeult, aidea running the rtafca attached to
the Industry is preaalng tha new Initial coneantratlon on the gas
111 to block Untune engine, factories ncluallv Limit.o. the main Canadl
t .. arguing that the pur- went ahead with production with- craft company.
chase of Cm ll) a out having orders for what Ihey It is haul to say when Britain's
subsidy tu Un llutiah freawury were makuig This was done after uimaft industry w ill bo able to
from the American Treasury. gouging Interest in let travel. Al j acroaa Ha lingers over dollar
In other WOrd men UkC Floyd It has turned out, it is ii pity thev market deals In other M
It. Odium, chairman of Consul)- did not go all-out right from the it is steadily building op buatneea
dated Vultoo Aircraft Cor] atari, Now h la waiting to sea i< I
ilalming that the money for The fact now ll thai large-scale ran airline*; generally will follow
far, .. m lei havi i
ui tines Hut there
i . it* .1 nibbling,
. i i m < nada at d Hex
' ii idian lino rnmenl li
.: .nla| tint: the Itiittania
both a- ii Itima roi 01
aircraft and cargo plane A de-
cision I- imminent, anil Will prob*
hment of
Britlanla production Una
Hi nlreal works >i I
Further GnuH
For Cri.lrul
Ootfoi; ShUitwt
iii, Bt
......
ci3N2i> being anaNla undai tha
Vfaat Indus Oaneral aUooath.....i
Cototila] Da^elopinanl and Wei-
i ti,. malanananca
Unuatlon "i lha
tha Central I otto*
Antigua.
i ni. i i ...in., .I Development
. ., \\. (hi Bohemi
was made up to ihe Hit Chi
her. 11(52. rot the establl hn i
.. a ,.,.. ration ni lha nation, as
. knaariei ol a
OBjeer roc tha w. Indloa t..
carry out agrb ultural
:. ... I'
dvlce nacaaaan '" '",- *< '
otton growing Induatrj
14th
I UNTIL DEC
Don'l rorM - -
FREE
ENGRAVING
Con-.
. for such
P '
fll has bee-n stiuggling to
a Idely different
of t'
J sugar producing and
ar Into a new and woik-
agreement But in
-s^ss
agreement.
^frht
R
Coumn,
OdeaiU I
Were fav
fjayencc
lol ..mi Vtckers-Armslrong. Tliev
n given all the facts, and
'!> ti de-
cisions. Meanwhile. Huge:
a Of the Atlan'ie. .
I'.S. Makers Displeased
Than is a snag ibout this crack-
I u in fll to tag of the doUar market. Ameri-
can aircraft makers are not exact-
ly pleased about it Kver alnc
the wai they have been tied down
on military Jets,
ultimately conns out ol production will !> built up Btaaid- Nie Pa
the L'S taxpayi pockets and Ily as Ml a In Na

An 'i oi Air'
| (or Brit
hi;- the aircraft I plants are being built and ifl i..i:.s.
Odium says the U.S. Treasury
Bad common pjround foi
I lead to further un-
t sugar market. The
itraH greati
mU help pay I Ul hoc chiefa know tho
la to lha air- tuna factors Involved and an pn
i, ks pared lot them,
this up by saving thai COMOlid
could have a 200-|wssiin;'r jit
lilliner dying by IMA if the gov-
ernment would n
sary space and manpower from
waik mi milll : .
lint...
mlttee deeid- cent below their normal cunsump-
October lhat conditions (Ion for 12 years.
irable for sucha con- Another bumper world sugar
crop ,.:hbourhood of
Three Main Feature* 36.700.000 tonsis forecast for the
The proposed preliminary draft coming season, which would be
of the new iicri-cment, on which s.-cond only lo laai record
2, i-<...... King, cov- 38.000.000-:
er* Hip. :
gnd in,p.nl quotas; price structure, guard Itt augU industry by cul-
nd mea uraa designed to increase Ung iiroductlon.
world consumption of sugar. But the Cuban delegation totha
Since the Commonwealth r< Council s s]vinl committee mcet-
tgttenlalives at meetings or the Ing early in October made it clear
Council have firmlv insisted that thai Cuba was not prepared in-
Iheit production quol H under the ilellnitcly to carry the main bur-
rnrniuuiiwcalth Sugar Agreement den of reitrlcting production o
EouJd not be prejudiced, it i~ - maintain equilibrium In the world
Scted that .': '"' D' Al"'"
Son at the wo, 1 > -' lh'" m*- 'fat Cuba
centre round RU ad to would Ins.s on a more equal dLs-
Increase world COnaumpt IribuUon of "flrt'"""
There had batn a aforld surplus among the P'"*'"cineJwn
Karens -:-<- r
milted consumption
for example, some
people have been ralioned ten per
Stiniulii.
vii |ai produeara i
Overseas Orders
I
il i are. hou-
cver. by no meal
van at tins atage, De Havllland
is Buy-
INI! Sen.- IA t-.p ...
I'acllb Alllllies (two). |(o>,.|
W.I.
2LS-" ?JHf5J!E= BrtTB
Britain wealth and Colonial producers
50.000.000 had narrowed considerably.
events. Ihey know thai at tr
moment there is nothing lo stop
an American airll I I
Hul thej
rcnllre loo that II |. D
merit could make thlngi decidedly
ticky by i
of the big Vmerl | ana Brini
Another :
Wd i IgW now
mm of this iH-hind-thc-
anea (three) and another Kr< do)
npany U.A T (three?.
i. 1 \AIJA
WELCOMES
FEDERATION
MONTIiKM.
i-ti. i held next
Bi . i. ration ol the
.'. i
by Die Montreal i-<> -
ait*, whli ' n
irtlcli
To Can i I
(In All
Ring i oefcata, iin-> ha
Identity Mangles. Tie Slidi
Caaaa Boughi from ua
LOUIS L. BAYLEY 1
oi , k :|
II..11.ni l.aiw %
Ti,,. ajapM . foi dellvenr l
; .1 Brit-
i monw alth Pai [he An- ,. ,,.'
. airline u
ftWO) and Japan Air Linos (two).
Then, foi the Beriaa 3, then | th*
Pan An-1
Tha n W mllUon-dollai ordei
ing, isntishmak- bv Tran^-Canada Air lanes last
< i ii << ulldcnt of selling to the month foi 15 Vickers Viscounts
Americans f^Mr own marketing i,nng th. number of these turbo- LTenASrahli
campaign wu given a great stlmu- propalrUnea on the books to 79 *3JS5nirderi
lua by the Pan American declaton These include 12 for A.r franc*, $""'"'..' .]'
lobuythi- 1 r delivery four for the lriah airline, A. 1
In 1&56. with an option on aeven and six for Tran AU
The Pan American step Airlines.
w..v ample evidence that US air- Latest ii. 1 "luce jet
lines are looking across the Allan- airllnaai la the I :op!ane
I I 1' Companj with ita Mgh-narTorm- L^thtr'thaii
was a rebuff for Amen 1" ifacturei like Look- luri-o-prop. Onlv one. the proto-
Boaug whpM tvpa, exists to date. The llriti d .'
lavour of Ovt 'seas A"
the Conn I id 26
Uons by Pan Am alone, and is now
'i tu Britl h
1 Corporation has
Kddie Rickcnbacher. colourful a further five
head of America's Eastern Air- laniia.
I Ihe strength ol thai M, ,, r.
now negotiating foi "" a
lev rabla interc 1 The 1
would lal
quart 1
inoi. th.in 2,000,000. At
nil.I.II !* thi
.; I
procedures with thi Islands would
...uch more than .......ttei of tiade
As their nearest Commonwealth
ncighboui Wl ll
ways looked lo Canada a
trv whi-h la mu> n more > Mg
....

for their
And West Indi.m
I '
1
have
argo-type llnt-
Cltgglc Pattern
Labour Relations
Committee For B.G.?
LONlJoN. amlnad lha needs of Ihe islan
Mr. d. loner, (Labour, 1
' Rartlapooli 1 Baked lha Secretary Mr. Lytl eff-it
of Slate '
He has considered Ihe desire ax- .;
pressed b) ttM Piesidenl of t*ie agricultuie and devel Ipfnant wo
fieorgetown Chamber of Com- In the IrOpIca i^ l<
' f is not easy t ad a
which have been sent to him. that quaLU
l.ihoui Keluliutis
1 'n ; 11. Hl.t. n
Mr, I) Jo
( ....... ii
(Labour.
juiana; that such a body could as- Htrtll ,sk.
nat to maintain Induati
u,
rntorlea In which a Lnbour
......

I unclersland that
Chamber of Coanmerca should set
Labour Relations C
The aanarganaa ol II
Wr-.t Imhea si a rederated nation
Will D0 m the classic: 1
lonnnoNweaUh devclopim oi Ori-
ginally acquire! in the Imperial
.nation or
by eonqui
. 1 guardlana
of Iiritish sea i'' 1
World
rod great-
if-government has
1, ped Today, the islands
... 1 .
' at,:, to decide for Uw
futun will h-
-
'
Ihej
,., -. if. ti

for Anal 'I'-

1 |om and goodwill

.. as well
:.ing do
MANICURE
SETS
CaWLlY ifiUI and
llercnatnick-andavan, Wlyl ,\~
wht the faatuna and the II ^BTm W? V
ni'.licd it>ling of a car I brse vehicles have pi
load apgcaj 120 cubic tccl 111 the Cowlcy Van' P
unnvaJM lor speedy deliveries because they have the rnJlt
jKilormance ol a car.
. All At.I I.IIK
Phon^ 2385
Sole Di.lribulort
1504
MR. PLANTER
We
the
nii'nil
famous
pei ioui consiiteration
The Queen'* invitalicm
fpHE Qai I n through
- Amba-sidors and
QU
A m ba
Minis-..: nfX
invited head
nominate thi 1
tires
But the offtc
to these roreigi
a ll not Of J'nt
before the New Year

- is far
r 'he cards ha*
not ttei n :
tent out from
1 all ufnee t

[linanlace 1!
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D -luly. ll*W. be-
an and the major
;
up aLybour Heia .ns CDtaanmasj employed In the shipping mdustrv
to act as an employer's feder..T .,,, >staridiriK jo|n.
exit in Jamaica
B.I .P.
negoliations a
h a Committee |
'merce. which

llevelopmrnt Ohm miss iom-r.
SI. I.ucia
Mr D. Jonaa rLabour, The
':
of Stale for I
Barbados and are planned in Ar.
tigua. There is also '.
*"" Whltley machinery In all terrlto
riej. and. in addition, there (


', boards to sett I
r ex-mple. in th
,stry,
expects to appoint the f> nltatlve eonunltti
ment Commi'sior.er recommended Untish Culana sugar ind
by the team of expert*, who ex- -LIB,
CurbYourPiles
H la no lon*r - f t '" "
ealna Hi-nine < '" '"" *
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ark la IS nalitulaa aiv . al"pa
in. pain i.ut alao lak*a *ui ia- iwall-
!. mtof bl~4.na anl .....l.ai. ...-
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klaa raiH4 bT I'D** au< ha.H.-^.'h-
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ua -a .(. aaau 'i ""uw*
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euaranlaa H^la> tnwal a.op lotr alia
hUM nS iroublaa o. rr.ot.ar bark a*
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    flaik of in* Caihrdi.-.!. in* Advora
    umi- r M. .,. W.rd at
    MM
    VESTRY ELECTION
    NOTICES
    m-.HEMV Klv* nn'.r that I hi**
    ..... I ni'iuif. Cum.
    hwland NUfl. Iii".p a* the plaea
    "" 1-anal.lonrr. ln parlali ol ai
    laicliaal and oihcr pcrhioa aul q u>UlkiJ
    nla at uii> alrvUin ul VailrviMm tui
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    i-.. al Hainanaba. allha, .,,, of
    -pa^atol. Apply I) S Pavn, Harrow
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    nnf Chatln Ptla
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    I -mUlni ia Hoard ;n>ndU.
    an public rootna. lour om>..- nata
    aC and kiutirn Vrr> nil it 11 !>
    wnvaraion i-.io aaparau- apartment*. And
    idiii on la.aTo *q II of valuable
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    Phone 1M JI II Sa I f n
    MaaffaVnOM ROVBMI r- v .-
    nte that all erfeeltoi. to\* pan. c.
    lie obtained from R M Janaa C<
    lid White l*eik. Phone *
    n ii ii- tt i
    KIIUWCAXEII Thtee
    ATUVIS Hpecui of!., for in day*
    A a Phirtier Valor Pto.ea A ilvena
    Ufa T>ie Co. TrataUrar A Spry
    lal ata*
    i t vote -i a,,, election
    VteUjaaia for the WD Puii.li ma)
    aemble nn afi.l.>. the Ml. day u
    muary. llea. keta.en iik hauM of II
    d II a'clwl in the morntni to elei
    ii.r real IH3
    A T h. .
    Paroiiiifll Treaaurer.
    ., ,.
    II ia la
    rtiXIDVIUA. ItinUiHlli-. -tandina
    i aa at* n, aerea el land with
    ooah.it and .ilher Tteea Impectio..
    lall> Ham to I p m Telephone aPW
    t l> f* -n
    Colonial Law Students
    Meet Legal Stars
    LONDON. Chairman of the Society's Coloni i'.
    Colonial law studenu studying Committee.
    Ii. Britain rud an opportunliy lait Mr. Hopklnaon. in a apeech to
    month of mrtting men prominrrt the aueats. atreaaed his Party'J
    jn legal t-irclca here. grnuine and sincere interest in piu-
    The occasion was '^a-party greasivp evolution of aalf-govern-
    ven at the Royal Empire Society men! for the Colon in.'
    \i\n\ i,t CtHirl Cons.
    alive and Unionist Society. The Inna of Court Conservative
    Sir David Maxwell Fyfe. g.( Society has an ambitious pro-
    Uie Horn* SacreUry. and Chair- gramme for the winter of discus*
    rim of the Society, spoke witn slon* on topics of current mtereel.
    many of the guests. Others present particularly concerning the Colon-
    included: Mr. Henry Hopkinso-i. kr*.
    of Slate for Colonial Th first of these, al the end of
    Affairs. Mr J E. S. Simon. Q.C November, will bo on the "Colour
    M.P.. Vice-Chairman of the Bar." Colonial and commonwealth
    Mr. Ashe Lincoln. Q.C students are expected to take part-
    Government Notice
    IMHI -*
    PAHrlAD""
    CHANCERY SALE
    i Miei.iioned property will la m
    ins- llfldeetn-.n. bel-reen II I
    cifled b.to*. If not then raU
    a am place and durtnj lite t
    up lor sale at
    oj.i and i-
    I .VI be -.
    r Fleauli.tton OnVe,
    HUGH
    T* D :
    aid alu-eeeld farmcrk- auppoaad
    > or thereabout, but found by
    and Sl> Peerhea
    11. -l
    PI'MlfRrrTV AIX TfffAT .. tail, i.iece or pare.I
    he panah el Chmt Church and li
    to contain b> *ti" at ton Pour Ai
    ecenl iui.f. to oaila.r rive Aer*
    4butuns and bmindlns on the Nort
    m the X-.1 on land, fona-arly l Allen Walcoll but now of g
    M H II Sullitan *i- the Batata of J Hayne* deceaaed On the
    South on land, of Graeme Hall Plantation on Larata of T Co- aatd
    on a Plaad and on the Weet on Ism Pviblio PUaad 1 ho%or elaa
    th* aame may abut or bound
    UPM.T PNICE: gl.OM. 0 O
    OATt: OP SA1J! ISth Deccmhe. IMS
    H WaUlAMS
    11 ae/i .lr a r-1 n-Chanr r ry
    il u an.
    ARBAD
    CHANCERY SALE
    IMVERIIITV COLLEGE OK fill tfaatfl
    BARBADOS EAHIBITIONS 1M
    The Examination for two (J) Baroutlos G
    tenable al the University College of the West Indies will i
    ductttl in Barbados by the University Collog,. in i-imsultat.....
    the Director of Education, and will consist of:
    (i) a written examination to be held in thi* week beginnir.g
    Monday. February 23rd. 1953.
    Candidates must be:
    1B53,
    lb) Natives of this island, or
    (c) Children of a native of thil island; or
    (d) Children of persons who are domiciled and have beet,
    resident in tips island for period of not less thaa
    ten (10) years.
    Candidates will be re-iuired to pradfaM eTltB uitir applicaUons,
    Birth Certificates together with certified etaltmeiiu declaring that
    they have been receiving; their education for the past three (J) year*
    in this colony and that their moral character and general conduct
    arc satisfactory.
    APf)licatiaa- far admivmn *- randidatei. of Harbadoa (.m.-rn-
    nl EsJllblliaas must be will lo Ihe Dlreelar of I tlon Ofnee. The l.arrtahDn. St. Mkharl. not Uler lhan Friday. SSrd
    January 1953.
    Applicants for admlsalun aa raniltdat*-* lor llarhadua (tovernmenl
    Kxhlbltion* mtul alao ti.rti.nl dlrrrl lo the K-'lstrar of the I nivrr^iK
    Callrge of Ihe Weal Indies. Jamaica. Iheir Applications for Knlranre
    he lnlyer.II> College. Tin clo-lne I: ii trance bt 31st January 1953.
    N.B. Forms uf Application Bar ti.lr.i'u* to the Universr.. I -
    lege. and particulars of the necessary qualifications for MatriculaUon,
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    Registrar of the University Collene. Jamaica, or from the Resident
    Tutor. Extra Mural Department, Boys Scouts Headquarters, Bcckh-s
    Road, St. Michael, or from the Director nf Ed
    Department of Education,
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    December. 1952
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    PRINCIPAL. GOVERNMENT TRAINING COLUEGE. TRINIDAD
    Appli.aiioiis are invited for the post of Principal. Government
    Training College in the Education Department which will become
    'acant early in 1953.
    The post is pensionable and the salary Is 35.280 a year. Cotl
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    lime is also payable. The appointment will be subject to medical
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    years In the lint instance. The appointment will alao be sublect to
    the Colonial Regulations and the Civil Service Regulations' and
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    College.
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    of Education, the Government Training College for teachers,
    consisting of approximately 120 man and women students.
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    ataff to atudenti in training for teaching poeta in primary
    and intermediate schools.
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    4. To visit schools to supervise students during practice-leaching
    and to secure liaison with the Training College.
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    PACE TIN
    BARBADOS ADVOCATE
    IIIMill i)l( IMBI-H M. IK
    Aussies Lead S. Africa By 301 Runs
    Know \ our Cricket
    LAW 46Bt ii. a. ijippis
    ANOTHER GOOD HARVEY' INNINGS
    Mludl the study
    uj which Mai

    ihiMMI. UCATHER
    IM) LKillT
    Unless agreement to the con-
    'iary is made >>efore (he start ol
    a niau-h. the captains (dunnf reader-
    . dual play th. i.^rlcai
    i for ihcit
    I'll lo demle in
    rmarrl lo the ntneaa of the
    .ioothI asaethai o. light (or play;
    Hi. vent oj dis-
    nrr re-
    Uired 1.. I
    P Khoul 1 .nl. I
    point* m to wh.n th. ninfiii-*'
    jhoul.i dund. (ait uriii unfau
    el li.r.< in i '. . dealing
    i/lth tJir Hid unfair pi
    I have consulted the M.CC-
    d II seema
    M the bin thing ti> pub-
    lish the mling* here so that other
    ho might not have been
    the point* themselves
    dave the benefit of the
    rulings in question.
    UMPIU INI "i i
    Here ih. > are. III answer to
    ana query I would point out that
    It is .IcrK in UM int. mi .>r
    art sobadjthe OeMim. side that tin I'm
    ' lo COOltnUt. Tha pound tdL Tb*J VOUld therefore ha un-
    e tO prtM the umpire to stand
    siaiii' on the Kiirfne* or when it rram nj deal nol mnl '
    It or slippery ; to deprive I nrr not ittoWOd W insist on hu
    'he bntMTirn Of bowlOl nl ;i 4>
    tea-enable foothold, or the field*-, A- '"'1 required I
    men of Ihc pOWOi > B >*- mfoi m ID* IrtCominf 1 '
    ment. Plav hould nol be su*. the number of bull remaining
    pended merely bccniiM the Bran M "Uv.i In
    Mt .ii.'- the ball Upparj
    ''
    I8BAHI De- k JArthur Morns and McDonald
    . two beam Mt adding
    ets in hand and on advantagja OI, n(Iv Bnd hn unpatietn crowd.
    . are sat fair to, ahuuled at them. Wait unMl Bed-
    n.i Tnanan get at you."
    first Tost Here again*!
    South Africa Bill foi all that
    there are sign* th.it t:ie r old an*
    gelling ability has gone.
    in.
    . but

    lll'lll.l
    aa.iad ii
    An Umjiire should
    I. 10 i '
    . ( piaq
    t it i nsMr.N's DQtm
    not
    AFTU PLAV STOPS
    After pension ol play,
    the captain*, or, if Ihi
    ha-, been lett to Ihem. the uni-
    anj ol
    will wilhout further
    instruction carry ul" '"' inspec-
    tion, learned i itelj nftei
    .11 contl
    "pect at UltarvaJa, Immediately to prolact ihen hands, without
    tne reapoif.Mr paxtaH decide' the consent of UM opposing cap-
    Ibal play i* possible, they must lain and then only if special eir-
    i .ill upn,i the i l .instances necessitate it The
    the game umpire tj entitled to inquire If
    Since publishihi: the first par) permission ha heen granted m
    rl Thi* Law whu h touched upon such cases.
    (KHKET:
    A i-trallan eoond ini i-*-
    wi.krt- I'll f..i I9S to-day before
    i irl -.i brtttng by iJndWdUl and
    i i the position.
    The An trali.it\% miglii iuvt
    Been m even worse stra ghts hut
    H IbO Held by the South
    Africans.
    Hik scores nave not been made
    ' "'
    *'"' baa been u kick Of aUbillty;
    nca UK llOpaitma of Rradmari
    and Bamea.
    rlarvcy.again played well fur
    Bfty-two but there Is no more cer.
    laiutv throughout the ordai
    Tavileld flighted his off splnnera
    wrli to take three fot 111 (l thii-
    nv. i bul W itking was un-
    "'' la ntpeat his first innings
    d wMk none fur
    forty
    Ufllr b Tyr*ld
    td i"
    The wearing Of ajovaa b) 'he
    per UJ an
    i.i i' in lioi bul tleldsmen ihould nol
    tu Uujwaai Blows, bandages or plaster
    ToUl
    Second Division
    John P. EKglcsficld, of Wanderers Cricket Club per-
    formed the 'hut-trick' as the lust series of Second Division
    Carries got underway last Saturday.
    Esglesfield's perfoimance was against Cumbermere
    at the School grounds, EUl Anal analysis was five wukels
    for nine runs. Other good performances last Saturday were
    returned by Mr. Smith of Combermere, who in the same
    match captured live of Wanderers wickets at a personal
    cost of 40 runs. Goddard of Y.M.P.C, who took six wickets
    for 11 runs against Lodge and his team-mate Austin who'
    t.ok four for 11.
    i imdih agonist Wander-110 runs while Oodilurd and
    Qambatniere .mh> skittled I Austin wreaked havoc niniiiut the L
    OUt for n runs, of which Mr. lutlsman, taking six for 11 and
    Smith scored. 1'4. He was the only four for a siiuil.n amount of1
    double figure ts-.tsman. Beside* runs respectively.
    F.u-lr.iflcld pefformanee, Hum-1 BatUng again, Y.MJ'.C. scored
    bowled well to capture i 24 for the loss of one wicket by
    wickets j lho el(MC of pluyi
    ' The games conclude next Sat-
    urday.
    i Kullowlng axe the scores:--^
    1 Y M.P.C.
    Koud.
    EDDIF HAMILTON
    LONDON
    It's time tome iummunscit.se
    u.i, .ippiifd to the problem of
    raising the 1'4,000 which the H.
    J A. gay they need If they are
    to send i Walker Cup team to
    'i. S:.i*r nt-xt .Mar.
    Suggetions on how golfer
    throughout the country might
    rafaM Um nind batra ao far pro-
    duced little hard cash. When 1
    asked the R. and A. this week
    how their fund stood, 1 was told:
    "The response from clubs is alow
    but steady. we are still in
    1 urgent need of more money."
    I can't blaino the Rolfen foe
    5 pulling the Walker Cup appeal
    m> far down their list of charity
    contributions. I am too well
    wan of whnt the boys on the
    Btaai m football terracing would say if
    far is Tuiflrfd ",l" S.R.A. asked for money to
    send a side to South Africa.
    Offer Something
    No. the Walker Cup Commit-
    tee won't get our money unless
    they can offer something better
    ] than the licking; 1 anticipate for
    our team at Boston, Mass.. neat
    1 September. After all, no Bril-
    T<> (he .Sport* Editor mb tenm. amateur or professional,
    SIH It has been my good for-! has succeeded in scoring a
    tune to be among the fairly large'toiy on American soil.
    a bp ,it Kensington Oval' Sending our boya over
    l_st Saturday saw the opening ot water as "poor reUtloruV' lent
    the annual B.C.A.. B.C.U cricket likely to put them in conquering
    match, and now for the benefit i mood.
    of those who have found it in- Lets get the llnances on a per-
    convenjani lo ttand 1 ask you. martently even kaeL
    for space in your most valuable I offer golf headquarters this
    Holland He/amal of column to explain to them what solution to their problem Invite
    h twenty-nine hours the whole days play was like. the 3,01)0 or so golf clubs in
    OWtytla minutes and one sec-; While I do not want to be too Britain to run a summer tourna-
    0,,S,. ..... r"h }n dealing with any Indi- m.nt on the lines of lb* Victory
    le 'rut four Mexicans were vldual member or members .,f Shield competition of the Down-
    'lio ( epeda witli twenty-| either t* am I can hardly be com- li.-pj, Dundee club.
    KAY LINDWALI
    1.1 tU .
    Walker Cup
    Tournament
    For Golfers
    . i w .;
    I
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    IU
    porliN i>ri '-,J $
    SHIRT
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    IN RIOT OP SM IMI
    SHOES
    FROM INDIA
    SHOES
    FROM U.S. A
    Linens'ami
    erctem
    Mexican^ Lt^ding
    In Cycle Race
    MEXICO, Nov. 8.
    'I :>., '.rl
    tan places In the standings at the
    end of the eighth lap of around
    Mexico bicycle rice holding all
    thirdwhich was occu-
    MAIL BAG
    pie,
    Franc
    first
    nine hours, thirty-three minutes | milting myself when I oul-
    UtyHHM seconds, second Juven- spokenly declare that the game
    Una r.peda twenty-nlne hours., in Itself has b*H'n a very dull af-
    ihirty-four minutes, fifty-three1 fair. It has been unable to en-
    second-. fourth Caldino Crui i lertam any but the cttekal :lur- ,
    Iwenly-ninc hours, thirty six mln- "which must have been very few
    utes. Ihlrty live seconds. Ilfth indeed" and for the selector,
    f iiullermo Sontoyo twenty nine [ themselves who must have been
    hours, thirty-seven minute-", five. wntching the game it hai
    seconds.
    Handicap Tournament
    Members can play as many
    inunds as they like during the
    three summer months of this
    handicap tournament's run by
    paying 6d. for each card they take
    out.
    Their best foul: acoYes rount
    pro- each month, the lowest ai
    Foreign SlundingN
    ,;';s,
    Y.M.I'C. 1st innings; 52 (B.
    Edghill 17; Redman four f"i 10,
    Mayers four for 21, Brookes uuu
    for fl, Douglas one for 4), and 24
    ! the school boys'
    for 20 runs.
    Wanderers Keply
    In their turn at the wicket,
    W.iiulerers realised 132 runs,
    with Eggleatielil putting in
    good alT-rouml performanc.- bv
    .-fining 2C. Packer 25. Ramsay 18
    and Armstrong 1. Howling for
    C.iiTiherrncrc. Mr. Smith look
    Rvo fi-r W mid Wei kes two for

    Balling again. Combermere hail Lodge l?t Innings 22 (Cook 10;
    fired 18 for the loss of one > Goddard six for 11, Austin four
    .vicket by close of play. Skeete for 11).
    U not nut 14. Wanderers vs. Combermere at
    At Beckles lto.d where C'oinbermereu
    YMl'C entertained the Ixidge Cumberniere 1st innings: 37
    boya Y.MfC lwtted llmt and (Mr. Smith 24; Egguaatleld ftvo
    were ill >. nd
    the only batsman to reach 18 for one (Skeete 141.
    double figures, his score was 17. | Wanderers lit iuiuims 132
    When LoCsf* Lmtted. they fared I (Egglcslletd 28. Packer 25. Kain-
    avttl worse than thi- home team'say 18 and Armstrong Ifl; Mr.
    .. r ilicy were illamissed for 22 Smith five foi 40. Weekes three*
    runs with Cook lop-scoring with for 20).
    In foreign standings Glacomo
    C'itter the Venezuela led the field
    in the twelfth place with twenty
    nine tlOttrS, thirty-seven minutes
    flfty-nlne 'icniids. Cranco Cac-
    ii.ni of V.-iie/ueia wa,s thirty
    IVoond armi twenty nine hours
    Bftw-CNM minutes six seconds,
    Oalaappo Cavagna of Venezuela
    was forty sixth with thirty hours
    live minutes, thirty-three sec-
    onds and Luis Bahomandcs of
    l-le at Becklea h,t* w" flfty-eighlh with thirty
    hours, twenty-nine minutes, flfty-
    two seconds
    In taam standings Mexico oe-
    euplad ail of the first eleven
    places except for the ninth held
    by Venezuela and the eleventh.
    i Fr mi e
    U.P.
    > iiggregate
    ^^? 11 .r ." ,NC"f"l aU Ior winning a monthly sweepstake.
    them, ndeed to lx> frank about i The U lowest rounda over the
    the entire days play ail that I three months win the Sh eld
    have seen for anyone to rejoice The Downfleld tourney has pro-
    ahi.tit >v,is the remarkable bowl- | duccd a re\-enue of up to 10 a
    UUj p-if..rmance Of the B.CJ... month to th.- club
    medium fast ,bowlar Hudd.r Make the fee Is. a card, half
    whn In an inspired spell during going to the club, and donate the
    the afternoon made the batting other 6d. to the Walker Cup fund
    and Ihe batsmen look terribly If the competition was organised
    swmmiyc;
    n Scrap This Absurd Rule
    By MALCOLM TtRNaJI
    LONDON.
    The boxing Board of Control
    bava a rule icnuiring any Iwxer
    who ha? lost ins but i
    ..pp.-ai bafore, bj area
    inn for qujeattonlnaj. If the
    cDunoU i* not uUafkkl with his
    they may recommend
    i.mers to suspend
    ksHNB.
    n nilaUon haa baan Intro-
    Hu. ad ilh th.- piaikewortby ob-
    ject of protecting boxers from
    becoming "punch-drunk" a
    much pubuctsad malady lhal is
    not nearly so common as the de-
    tradors of l-txlng would have us
    leheve.
    Any boxer may loie four de-
    a row, They may be
    narrow pmnt* vardJeta wpiieh
    bava not affected him physically
    or ment.n> iM any entj an I '
    iiunk it is i dktdOUa lhat they
    should be tailed upon lo explain
    men (Megaa.
    What would happen in other
    norta if .. rula like thia arara ao*
    forced" it would u- farcical to
    ask the mauagei >.t .. fiMitUill learn
    . foui loalng
    n ., .in. key ti
    his last four mounts were iK-aten.
    Long Distance
    Swim
    Bsrvantean year old Malcolm
    Browne, member of Snappers
    water polo team on Sunday swam
    non-stop from Christ Church
    lighthouse to ftocklcy Beacha
    distance of ap-
    proximately five
    miles In two
    hours and 20
    minutes. At one
    time he estim-
    ated he was al-
    most a nulr olT
    shore.
    it is equally absurd in boxing.
    w.'ii-ktiown bam bava baan
    appeal before recent
    'i council
    of the board, .md tins araah an
    other prominent tighter was
    nionecL
    No doubt he. like the others, j Rockli
    was told n eras |ual rouUna wt, he
    check-up. Bul well-ineam Ihouwh t q,
    the rule is 1 suggest it should ba
    scrapped or that the number of
    defeats calling fm an lnou.tr>
    should !>. ineieased in sixL.K.f*
    After his swim
    Browne said he
    originally plan-
    ned to swim tt)
    the- Barbados
    Aquatic C 1 11 b
    (another three
    *.k.iit. nri miles) hut an in-
    jured ankle
    n-| (hurt playing football recently)
    um- troubloii him. Otherwise he was
    quite fresh when he reached
    When his ankle Is bet-
    ill make another attempt.
    e. who works for the W.I.
    Biscuit Co., Ltd., represented
    Barbados in one of the Inter-
    colonial water polo games against
    Trinidad In October.
    clubs
    of
    L.E.S.
    ;l had il not been for Koy
    Marshall and tu a lesser extent
    Clyde Waleott we might have
    seen a very strung B.C.A. bat-
    ling team crumple under his on-
    slaught for leas than fifty runs,
    and In less than an hours play
    Whnt has lieen responsible for
    Rudder* great ^cces* on a
    wicket which could not be de-
    scribed as very difficult for bats-
    men. I shall now explain. Flrst-
    I) he discovered quite early thai
    ort of life in the
    wicket, und looking .,'. him as 1
    did from the Kensington stand
    you could see determination
    written all over his face, for de-
    termined he was to extract every
    ounce of life out of the wicket
    .itul he succeeded in doing so.
    Secondly, unlike the othei p.t-
    boWHH he did not concentrate
    short-pitched deliveries bul
    rather quite sensibly bowled a
    steady length gettinK the ball lo week's hard luck atory. bul
    move in to the batsman and learned that her performance
    away from bun, and his ability lwvei mg Ihe 287 miles In 16 hours
    :u get the one to lift moat dis- 45 minutes, breaking thi
    concern"ngly from the proper by over 20 minutes, will not be
    length made batting look as. officially recognised. The reaaoi
    difficult as the development of | is that in 1890 a rule was madi
    the "Hydrogen Bomo," thus E forbidding advance publicity 01
    rather suspect that on such a; record attemptsfor reasons o
    performance Rudder must have 1 road safety Eileen's bid was re-
    posed a moat serious threat for ported in one of Britain's dad
    ihe number one position as a pure' papers the morning that she s
    I..F.S
    ational seal*
    onto, and the 3,000 British
    were prepared to guaran-
    t fund 1 annually, the
    feeling of charity would be re-
    moved.
    Members would support a new-
    ttyto competition thai would per-
    mit them to pla) noiiiing. after-
    noon and evening The R and A.
    would be certain of ar
    Income and the future
    Walker Cup would be a:
    .I _______________
    HARD LUCK
    LADY
    Mrs. Eileen Sluiidan. the Co-
    ventry house-wife who cycU
    from Land's End to Hyde Park 1
    record lUna, is Uia subject of U
    bowler for the Barbados learn t<
    play against India. It lias been
    foi a very long time now since we
    .-t saw bowling of this type at
    Kensuiglon Oval. In actual fad'
    ihe last tune I saw such
    le:ii..ii.-U..tinn Of this kind
    ii was In 1942 when l-i
    .uout Ihi, bowler bofu*e ho is !,..,' '.,
    r .. i-.ililin- uultc unumal In1 "'
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    Busy Street
    buck Street was busy >es-
    f mnrning with shop keeper*
    to the city to orde
    uad
    .ntry merchanL* wen-
    parked on both sides of the imiiI.
    ruinitj now, Km ind.iS. "."m?. rnulrt 1u,reut-.
    1 A policeman between Pinfold
    and Crumpton streets helped to
    direct traffic, but several animal
    drawn carts using the highway
    kept traffic ot half speed.
    On the pavements and entran-
    ces to side streets sellers of fruit,
    first test i vegetables *tc., added to the
    andUJon of the street.
    Swan Street which was used
    jns a "one way" street on Satur-
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    both sides yesterday Traffic
    (through this street wa also
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    would have >omething to rejoice
    .ibout in the not too distant
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    Maurice Tale would have come
    10 an end when Rudder takes his
    nghtful place for the West In-
    dies against India In hi:
    match.
    Thanking you for space.
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