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The Barbados advocate

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Title:
The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Sunday advocate
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Bridgetown Barbados
Bridgetown, Barbados
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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No issue published for May 3, 1983.
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Latest issue consulted: Feb. 28, 2005.

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The West Indies main job this morning was to part | COMMUNISTS brok Korean armistice deadlock bs
Lindwall and Ring and then proceed to the quick execu- | agreeing to a total arms freeze and proposifg t! eutré
| tion of the tailenders. un eit Ranine 4h in curtain to ent I
‘ They had almost immediate success in the first half trad th tir that | muni
' of their task but encountered unexpected and somewhat larcented the brineiple of inspt behind i
humiliating resistance in the second half, } But they phrased the conhessic
i Lindwall had only time to drive leg stump while the slip fieldsmen j i the United States’ Armvy’é rotation pro ot
Ramadhin for four before he was, held their heads in astonishment |é ee Me yy rs papi \ res ; : ny Con
involyed in an extraordinary tun|that the wicket remained un- jvent the replacement of battt pao
out, Ring played a straight arive| |} sroken. However off the next ball munists to complete new rtields
off Goddard a little wide of the} Stollméyer turned the single neatly Unite Nat t ‘ sot
bowlers’ wicket and struck um-jto fine leg while Fergusson did Soe k { fy tt R propo
pire Elphinston on the leg. In-| the running. BIG FOUR Ji S zs ng 21 quest Cor
stead of sontinuing on as a bats-| Off Lindwall’s next over Stoll- | . t omised te then
man had expected the ball was|meyer turned delightful twat ray WATS
deflected square to the feet of! past square leg. The willing Fergial S TARTIN G W ORK
Goddard who made an excelleht}dashing up and down the return to Walcott and caught/of the playing square was ap- | — ON DISARMs MENT Ko
Lindwall still running for a sin-| parently unaware just how far he | ( i
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gle which had at one time seemed | had to run since he had no creas®; PARIS, De "
safe. at either end so Rae obligingly Natic | k Big Step
Lindwall run out 48, 467 for|came over and dug him two tte I he Allie ‘
| 8. creises with the toe of his bat np if sr 4 1
Rin, Out . r 1 the ovic i rl e Si Cor « ork
No uanaain was expected Lindwall Knocks Down s rei Vyshinsky ld j ‘ In ¢ c y
from Langley when he came to} Stellmeyer newsmer te W ‘ | » and Chi eutt 3
the wicket but Ring hit a half The next pall was extremely finning ou I Czec i
volley from Valentine. for a}tnhappy. Lindwall bounced one! oe : ind I i it
massive four and théh played too|short at the injured Stollmeyer _ The Big Four under the Chair-| Oy 1e othe nd 1
soon when the same _ bowler] “nd hit him full.on the head. The manship of | : N Assembly Presi ther United Natior embe
pitched one well up to him. The sman dropped with a crash and dent Luis Padill 1 Nervi Mexico | involved the Allie
ball was skied and Ramadhin stretched on the pitch while met in the tightls larded con ide
sauntered in from mid-on te take | tt fieldsmen rushed in to assist mittee room Number five at 5.3(
the catch ; him. ; a.m ind sat withou 1 breal Th mn
' After two minutes of waiting until 8 aom They were to met Ik he 1 (
Ring caught Ramadhin, sguigg) nd rubbing Stollmeyer indicated igair t 10 a.m { ( a ! visstic iy
Valentine 65, 485 for 9. to the applause of the crowd that } Even while the Bis Four h eed I
Now with only two rabbits left}ha would résiimé batting. This cussed the disarmament dea al ! efire ‘
still the West Indies laboured un-) applause rose to a crescendo when the U.N, Political Committee hent ' er)
successfully, Bill Johnstone of ll] Stollmeyer limped to the wicket, Brazil Ambassador, Joao Carlo t is a complete €
people, showed astonishing ability) rubbed his head and turned Miller Muniz report on the p eat I Communi t \ re
to off drive both Valentine and! square for four with a most excel- work of the Committee, est hed | eas had adamantly refu
Ramadhin—a practice he began] lent shot. after the Korean war to deter nsider any arms freeze o
to follow with spectacular results Each batsman had now scored mine method ¢ } ; pection behind their lines on th
to score, The touch of humour in’ seven runs and one heartening ors in tl futur our that tituted :
his sudden accession of batting feature was Rae’s attitude to ence Korean affait
ability was not being appreciated) Lindwall. He was playing Rim Australi Brazil ‘ ada (U.P)
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| by islanders who saw in every} with easy confidence. Lunch score France the Philippines, Turkey citinianinnbiintsianiihintghalesii
' new boundary more and more; West Indies no wickets for 14 i rennet THE HARBOUR FROM BAY STREET I ae the United Stat Vent
probability of an Australian vic-] Rae sevén, Stollmeyer seven Photo by Shannor Ae 7 zuela Yugoslavia joint “RR. ad f he)
tory if they should fail to make] é : é e . Red Fighters Made moved ut the Committee's Lif Ranson Money
| a really substantial score in their, i K Ma Vi it . ; be extended for one more vyéat
rs rT 7 ~ ¢ ® that l Poy 1 y 4 “hi °g
7 | N.Y. Steamships |INZ May VISIT en Isnhing Missing U.S. Plame (39.000 9),0.8 gerbes "1 Pills Red China's
uncourage yy the success of S e ‘ t o ir Armed Force
Johnstone, Langley also began to > W. x t I di ; 7 ; for use ih U.N. troop . .
see if he could sctualty score runs Raise Rates es n es | Land In Hungary The Committee report woul Oot fers
and found that he could. He ‘ ii . oad ts eS ro e2 ; as ue allow the U.N, to assiin regior ; s
pushed oné Heré arid two there} ., ,. NEW YORK, Dec. 3.— In Earl 52 BUDAPEST, Dec. 3. | groups like the North. Atlantt HONG KONG, Dé
in between Johnstone's clumping; The New York Steamship lines Hynaary, confirmed that the} Treaty Organization to act on its}, ee sums of “ransom
boundaries and before Valentine! @ nounced an average ee of S: » “D: IAG, > we missin Jnited States Airferee} behalf agaist any future] from: Chinesea bread” ate ows
. per cent. on-vates to Haitian : " IXTY y ED plane was forced down by Russian | aggressor.—U.P through here weekly into Com
Sows aes Wetta tried and Se" ports and began a close study of Byrn Our, Own ‘Ooreespendent) fighters in Hungary and its four nist Chin coffers, usually rel
runs added, ; Prue — Per re sae, SRP LONDON, Dee. 3, TEN FISHING BOATS were destroyed beyond repair esata ae nfirmati a ae aes ible sourtes said today. The tern
Johnstone finally came back to) 0ST Si ‘ The King will, probably visit} and 60 considerably damaged as heavy seas prompted by | #4" confirmati me ee ts . ransom mone ha ung it
: , i The ase t } 8 ‘aed ‘ : as J. seas ’ kkesman at the U.S Treen a &
his usual form and was quietly The increase for Haitian Aaa the West Indies in early Spring. all after satiall. lest ee » Bee a4 “d C ait on retin lay a spokesman at the U.S. Lega Eden ‘ pes aks Ntbout common use because Con
bowled by Valentine for 28. Lang-| Will become effective from Decem- His doctors have recommended a ee Pe cand ae ae oe re pul wed danes Bot munist e believed to be f
5. Bree 1%. le ° * 24 according to the announce-!) ” Soe ralescence | Night and yesterday A. U.S spokesman said that the 4 . * ¢ ; 9
ley not out 15. Byes 12, leg by ber 24 aceording t warm sea voyage convalescence | "18 ; , i args 7a se Chinese te of «
18, no balls 3. ‘Total 517 ment of the U.S,, Atlantte. and) ang his Secretaries are at work | Boats that were anchored within 30. yards from the shore dans “that the Mihariber 4 wi weet nlinie Re lic { : ons. t6 rel
7 : ,; Gulf Haiti conference with plans for brief untiring vis-| were only lucky if they were not folded in the monstrous })/7™e¢. Mat the merican Army i ° i ' Weste N
Formidable Task Be tpi on eM that conferences |% B heve id dd vet He bole y plane which has been missing for o Fa Islands ;
West Indies came out with [It was learned that confere ate (Sead aur there te ce z ham Pal-} Waves and dashed to bits alony the coast, two wheké id TH thie colintry.” He ' ‘ ' ; rough f Cor
formidable task before them, Covering the rest of the Carib-|firmation from Buckingham Pal- | At Paradise Beach Club, twoladded that the Hungarian NDON ; le x ve
Atuttalio were a 155 on which| bean area were also considering a | ace officials of Saturday’s D } — 24-foot launches were tossed onto|Fotelgh Ministry #avé no further ‘ ; LA INDON, Dec, 3 : i pulsc
meant that islanders needed a New rate of revision in view of the | Express report frat the king oO vi iy the beach by the rough vells linformation. The U.S. Legation so wie ‘is he bic er ud An hoby :
minimum of 400 to avoid weighing Situation brought about by the jc egeenien. by aa Queen ee ae HELP THE nd are beyond repair. far has taken no action, except, size of the relief « xpi dition AT K mt
runs against playing time left. [If rece nt longshoremen’ s strike and cruise | 7 es est tre ian x mane : The Aquatic Club took requesting the Foreign Ministry | we ntina plahned to id ti ‘a I it elat
they scored 400 Australia would the overall increase in operating | the pats oeStp “f ae B nd s - FISHERMEN terrific pounding. as on Sunday t furnis ish it with all details} Falkland island: di 1 not bok tr : oven) e
need nearly 250 to wih with say.) costs. j calls at Jamaica and the Bahamas. night waves breaking onto the/available, This was the Lepation vene the Tripartite naval de el . —U.P
two hours left ie oes ; “sufi In addition to the increased Palace officials say that no Over sixty fishing boats pier ripped loose floor boards andjsecond re quest for information! ation between Britair Shoat ny
ciently remote possibility to be costs in the port of New York the destination has yet been an- were damaged by Sunda: ictually broke one approximately jabout the plane ind Chile
safe—but only just safe. So 400|Steamship conferences are taking |, ounced. mght’s high seas, ena ore in inch and a half thick, Glasses The fir request was mad Replying to the qué SECOND TEST MATCH {
had to be made to force a draw.!a close look at the congested situ- But neither is it denied, and shhabatétice Hatadieds of in the bar were smashed; we shortly aft er the plane reported|Conservative membet serie my
Stollmeyer’s strain muscle in his| ation in the majority of Caribbean |eareful consideration of various tisherméli h&ve been thrown |fitgps were carried away and itself lost and under fire of Red} Kerr, Eden said that a under Close Of Play
right leg had still not recovered ports which the lines report to be | possibilities points to the ‘West out of jobs third arnanee he gangway bora 1 eerie ,|stood. that Argentina had plan OSE '
so Wilfred Fenguson came out to|causing considerable turn around |[ndjés as’ fumber one choice. i . i: was ilso battered anc evera « ungarian Governmentined to send a relief expedition a i ae
3 run’ fer Dis ‘delays and a gonsequent increase} For one thing: it is unlikely. ‘ser ana lian take boards are missing. The flooring /replied that a U.S. plane had flownfearly this month, but that ac WEST INDIES 2nd Inns
. ; 1 expense j s ; ri Z es » Not only f the diving platform had to be]over its frontier and made strong|ecording ¢ } ie
Rae took a leg turn for three jin expenses.—U.P. that the King would wish a ; at 1 . ; i” to his present informa i. 221
off Lindwall’s fleet over and cut | cruise in foreign waters, and this are they out of work now, tak up as well ag the spring|protests to the U.S. about thel!tion ji did not econtraver he] for 6 wkts. 22
; Miller for another three in the | seems to rule out the Mediter- but the: y have lost their | boards as the entire platform was | plane ones a none an leclaratior
ke next over. The wicket appeared | Ove 2° 158 Kille d In ranean. j means of livelihood, a | triking pier the large wes} “air space 4 ard if Alt ia Oe Oe eat Fa oe
still lifeless at this stage and The possibilities remaining are The “Barbados Advocate passed underneath. ha sai pow ae ee my) iia ts a
‘ : ‘ ¢ ‘ 7 ane 4.) yatio Whe e plane he een \ >
neither fast bowler got. any ap- N Italian Floods South Africa, Australia, and the | has opened a fund to help In Diffictlty ; erence rr soaks SF a ah =i
2 ectable i aXe : - West Indies. feed and clothe the fisher- Two persons swimming off the |\2tercel : ‘? > “on "y”
preciable lift. wo' per PMA OF Hungary Popularly known as : “THE LABEL WITH THE KEY” })
Stollmeyer once played ovet ROVIGO. Italy, Dec. 3. li ; Out men over the next few hard club ssterday got into difficul- UP. ?
Lindwall and ence muddled a ball! Federal police said that 81 per- Australia Is Ou months and to assist them in |) ties due to the rough sea and h i
from Miller so that it popped over |sons were beliévetl drowned in stralia can be ruled out in building new boats, were brought to safety by Lionel i
his left hip and rolled just by the |_ “death truck” swept away by Leer ce the fact that Princess We appeal to every per- | Banfield and Pat Fletcher. JAP SPINDLES FOR i
|flood waters near Flashinelle two) Rlizabeth and the Duke of Edin- son in Barbados to contrib- Later on in he afte noon over ARGENTINA ® ® e ))
jweeks ago. Previously, it had}purgh will be going there early ute to this fund, not only 30 men and t enjoyed them- -evidee Both the ‘Key’ and the ‘Spirit’ »
AT OWNERS | been estimated that 33 persons Of/next year and South Africa for humanitarian reasons | jselves. Each had a four foot rOKYO, Dee. 3 } provides both the ‘Key’ and the ‘Spin if
BO a reported 40 aboard had per-|ceems unlikely; because the King’s but also for the fishing urf board and they rode the huge The provisional contract fo i for real enjoyment in the coming festive
q PORT ished. doctors would not wish thim to be fleet, which must be re- | breakers tarting 50 yards Of} cate of 10,000 pindle nd Mi season !
SHOULD RE Today, Federal Police released|fyrther away than absolutely built if the people of this hore and ending up on the beach 200 loom to Argentina va {\
. a list of names of 96 persons|necessary. This leaves the West island are to be properly || With a moderately, strong) ounced by the Western With Xmas around the corner this table of
Boat Owners who eg known to have been aboard alfndies, which are considerably éd. breezé blowing along the Lee-} $7n0 Spiining Compatiy, whose K W Vv. Th pat hts § Xm ill hely the con
ed loss or damage to their | | huge truck, which was evacuating|nearer to Britain. Already one contribdtion vard coast of the island, big} pe oent. A fndo, recently |{ Fev ROU ES EOE Ne eee fe
ctaft during the rough seas flood victims to safer areas. The! has come in—$100 from Mr es continued to beat against ‘ : 5 a ‘ i i jisseur of ‘the fruit of the grape tor tne »
on Sunday night December Police said that 15 were known| It has been pointed out, of ond Maen Celle © ral Old the shor th fury during the} ssid that fe Hoped i Old Chest” with the be Wine el i}
2, should report to the Fish- to have been saved course, that the King, wherever and Mrs, Colles ¢ .” ok |whole day - a eee 4 { * Pe N
Ramage liginleg : : ‘hy te , if “rs were}he goes, will not undertake 4 Trees, St. James.—We thank | nah : ee tract il ‘ ‘ ibout | }) d Brandi: btainabl
eries Officer at his office at The bodies of 19 others were}h g ‘ At mn place the wave ; { t} i i
3 ; ¢ i 9 > are still|séries of arduous public engage- you very much for starting eiachad aa iin ahah. GI dae larch nex eat ifter ern }
The Reef, St. Michael found, and 62 others are stl é ligh as about 30. feet La Supn’ tee Weked af it
i The 1 pine cee AE missing, believed to be lost. The|ments. He is convalescing and no the ball rolling. hile sea spray dould|° ! } ava Reet dG } >
re * naenes of revised list would bring to more|unnecessary strain must be im- Contributions can be sent ak Ys i above the roofs of |He added tt 10 Japanese te i
curred; apa 3 chan iho than 158 the number of pérsons|posed upon him to the Advocate Office and houses along the beaches. vical per’ yuk ( pa y WINES SHERRI
the Skippers an ve 3 who have been killed in the dis- Last time the King was in the arrangements are also being Wherever the toad was low|}the equipment.—-U.P. ti 4 Tonker ¢
were attached to oe meee jastrous floods in Northern Italy |West Indies was in 1927 when, as|| made with the banks to re- long Highway 1, the water ran} ner \}) Ol 1 Ol :
, on the 2nd of December. taurine the past three weeks. ; Duke of York, he visited Ja- ceive money for the Fund. freely over the road depositing} PRESIDENT IMPROVES y' Cape Dry Red (Full-Bodied) re foo
i Bee eae ae —U.P. maica tate ate GIVE NOW! and and fine stones if the road i Old Brow y
moe 2S Bel taba MECES ae ly ng beach a ves TEL-A-VIV, De i Cape Dry Red (Light-Bodied) Pale Dry }
‘ m | loodec and some un Lalow A Govern eats is atin ¥
ree rene eee 24 KILLED IN __|iione, the beaches" got their Noors| ncanced improvement ir te con | fl ae }
. 4h4aku drenched : a ; | { Caberret Sauvignor ° '
— 4 1" Small boats could not venture ition of; -Ti=year-old , nam MH WINES {
Gt N BATTI I lout to sea and‘so fishermen going | Weizmar President of israel ‘ ‘ ‘ Coronatic })
3 gy! Jas ' ral . , >| Doctor who on Saturd de-})}) Cape Mediun weet White , Pre }
4 to save. their fishing boats had to bed ‘We ‘ troubt Communio {
in IN SUEZ swim {6 the moorings Fea a Lia stasauel Reha : Wine )))
: * 4 In every fishing village yes-|)" et age ? “= Ve , vi he i | (Wemmershoek) sh gage ‘f
CAIRO. 1 ; jterday, fishérmen, some in their i s pa n ) oo. I m oh Paarl Tawn
> J, Dee. ¢ jfishing g@ar and other vearing | COD@!on ony ‘ | © }
The Commander of the Egyptiari | horts and bath pant: were | © OMATI i
Suez police, Brigadier Abd Az {| drenched vith sea . water and MINE KILLS FIVA | NES rie )
Awad said 24 persons were killed |cafried a mark of disgust on their | ROME, D 3 | 77) » ware , verve :
and 62 wounded in the Suez on! face Policemer patrolled the, Five children ranging from seven | SE 4 ith HaNn Gs bb i VE s rnartita
Monday in the blocdiest gun bat-!beache t j check the | t 12 year ( f | *ktail
tle of the Anglo-Egyptian disput mage ne Irdine at the ! ( { kl F hoel Sey. {i
A aR ig Ie rt nias i" : J . ’ id \ YY TY) t} vv
wad said 10 Egyptia ver nae haces as hea eS ermou {
killed. é “ed , aed ’ anc ys | ADENAUER IN LONDON | ng the field one chile an | I ing Roodeber Dry Verm (
{ Sette tenes dae ape LONDON De af | : a I} ;
thre moured A é ) Van der Hum Liqueur and Superior Brandies )
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GEDRGE SEEL, Comptrol-
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ind Lady Seel, entertained
at their residence,
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} PARIS.
| IN the course of four hours’
: ;|dancing at the British Hospital
the British Caribbean education] pall, Princess Margaret talked to
Conference at Hastings House, ar-|her partners in French or En ‘
rived = yesterday morning, by|lish about problems. ranging from
mal a ing for the Conference | gs. re, Of moto’: scooters: (this
varias wee ie. CY es po ‘“|with Prince de Beauvais-Craon,
yt ; ) See gee Si. Vin_| WhO manufactures them, and who
mc hoe aon aaa od ie eri Mcer of St 'N-| offered her one as a present
iom Conference . ate Prenc
Molasses The other delegates who arrived ~ = <= Anglo-French reli
= 2 “ " e : over the week end were Mr. E. 3. S with President Auriol’s
MEAD MRS. FRED 5. V. Brown, Director of Education, | P@u!-

CROSBY vhc irrived from British Honduras Mr H. Hough- Throughout it all some of We
Canada just over ¢ e-k ago are ton, Director of Educatior Mr. martest women in Paris weg
taying at Cacr Mr. Crosby A. J. Newman, M.C., Principal of discreetly admiring her for he?

Managin.z ‘tor of the Mico Training College, Mr. R. M. charm, poise and clothes sense.
Crosby Molasses C Ltd., St. The dance provided the Prince
John, New Brunswick
Mr. Crosby has many friends
and business acquaintances in

Barbados.

Engineering Schclarship
M* RALIPM sais stuaent
of the Internal Comoustion
bngineering Class of the Barbados
Evening institute, has been
awarded a scholarship in automo-
bile engineering to the University
of Puerto Rico. The scholarship
is tenable for two years and 1s
worth $1,000 (U.S.) a year.
Mr. Hall has been a student of
the Evening Institute since 1948.

lo Be Married Shortly
Be sae for Puerto Rico
inursday by B.W.LA.

on
en-

route to Chicago was Miss “Dots”
Bailey. She will shortly be mart
vied there to Mr. Edwin Sokol-
owski who spent a holiday in
Barbados in June.

St. Vincent born, “Dots” had

in Barbados for over
five years, She used to stay with
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Rogers of
“Winmar”’, Bays Water Court,
Deacons Road.
On Honeymoon
oe their honeymoon
Barbados are Mr. and
Gittens of Trinidad
arrived by B.W.LA. on
night. They are staying
dramér Guest House,

Mr, Gittens is with B.W.LA, in
Trinidad and is at present in
eharge of motor transport with
the airways. His wife is the for-
mer Elva Sellier, They were mar-

been living



in
Mrs.
who
Sunday
at In-

pwisle

ried «it the St. Juoseph’s R. C.
Church on Saturday.
Venezuelans

R. AND mins. LOUIS POUL
flew in from Venezuela on
Sunday night by L.A.V, accom-

panied by their six children, Mr. "

Poul who is General Manager of
T.A.C.A. .Airline in Caracas re-
turned to Venezuela yesterday and
will be returning shortly to re-
join his family on their holiday.

Mrs. Poul and the children are
guests at, Cacrabank. Mr. Mateu
who is a tawyer in Caracas is also
staying there with his wife. They
recently arrived here from a tou
of Spain, France and Canada.

B.A.

M's ENID MILLINGTON,
. Assistant Mistress of St.

Michael's Girls’ Schoo] has passed
her B.A., London General degree



thich s' ; ; . 1. Bent cures grow red. (9)
which she took earlier this year. British Guiana delegates attending your desires.—Jeremy Taylor. 8. Riddle of a G.l. name, (6)
11. Takes life from one edition. (3)
ee ee . mi ieneaie ont — a cag SR 12, Rest about a smal) number. (4
13. Penny from a broken ladder. (5
14. In most keyboards. (5)
B Y ’ | ‘H I W A ' i By B 15: Initially South Africa leads ther
oO Ow ls.
chcomber 16. [t's an agreeable sound, (7)
heist y ea 20 You're alight; not this time, it
HEY th h as Greproo:. By
0 sa at ¢ iea $ 5 ng IS =C . ar ; . 08 i e O- 22. Went up.
2 say that in Ameriean news that wooden eggs-cups are sodden coat, looked like a phot oP NA aneel 18)
got. the wine-list and the being made which will last 100 grapher in action. — . Refreshes thirsty blades, (3)
menu mixed up in a London res- years, However, I notice that the 25, Showed the way. (3) iy
taurant the other day, In the Replacement Section at headline referred to a man who| 26. Discolours), with oll in
He said, “I'll have a Cote Rotie, the great egg-cup factory near fell into a ditch, and threw his Dow
but not too underdone, What Basingstoke, the angry designers, sock at the conductor of a bus. 1. In law, he owen & balance. (9)
would go-awith it?” “I should try,” moulders, finishers, tappers, bend- If only I were not so obsessed 2° Ruins veal as a general term, (
said the Wine-waiter, “a bottle of ers, packers, and loaders are with art, I should have read on 3 Qpen air rest. (7) se sis
Filet Mignon.” “O.K.” said the already protesting. The hideous before writing this. oy Re athe a ee Sher
American, “with plenty of ice.? nightmare of Things Which Will a Sa 5. This is final. (3) hak “ae
Snibbo hits out Last Longer has singled them out 6.5 upset by the receipt o

TUNG to activity by a report
drawn up by business mea,
in which the lack of business edu-
cation at our universities is de-
plored, Snibbo has offered to en-
dow a Chair of Salesmanship at
Oxford.
interview, “It is not Latin or
Greek which enables our execu-
tives to think up new dodges for
overcoming sales-resistance, and
if your teeth are beginning to look
dejected and cloudy, French poetry
will not help you. Does a know-
ledge of Chaucer or Milton realiy
aid a man to write advertisement
copy’ ~ts° the attitude to life of
Euripides relevant to modern bus-
iness problems’ Has Homer a
message for the men who are put-
ing over the new drive to make
this country Snibbo-conscious?”





Short story

HE. disappearance of the
thirty-second scientist in two
weeks from the Atomic Experi-
mental Station at Gorplehurst
seemed to indicate that something
was wrong. A rapid check of the
personnel., made on the day when
a further group of 18 crossed tu
the Continent, revealed that all the
remainder were Communists, But
the public was reassured by a
Government statement that none
of the missing men had had access
to important information. lt was
only when 84 more had gone
away, and only five were left,
that an inquiry was demanded.
The last five at once packed their
bags, taking care to include any
secret papers overlooked by their
colleagues, Only a night-watcn-
man remained to collect the last
of the documents, After two days
he, too, departed, and was last seen
embarking at Dover, Asked where
he was going, he replied, jestingly,

“Russia.”

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ca; Mr, D. L. Matheson, Acting|Â¥/th a resounding feminine tr.-
Federal Education Officer, Lee-|4mph. Dressed in the yhite Dick
ward Islands, Capt. E. W. Daniel, frock which she wore for her 21st
Director of Education and Mr, J,,|>itthday, her hair crowned with
Kenworthy, Principal of the |4 tiara, the Princess delighted her
Government Training College,|Somewhat nervous French danc-

Trinidad; Mr, J, A. Maurice, Edu-|ing partners with the excellence



cation Officer, Dominica; Mr, A.Jof her French and with’ the ease
C. G. Palmer, Education Officer,Jand spontaneity of her convers.\-
Grenada, Mr, O, A. Walker, Acting] tion.



Education Officer, St. Lucia, There were two orchestras at

. a the dance, which was held at te

Contribution Inter-Allied Club in the Faubourg

Mr. S. H. PEROWNE ACRABANK’S new annexe/St. Honore. The Princess danced

only once in the rumba room and
was then persuaded to go into an-
other ballroom where a Hungari in
string orchestra was playing so
as to reduce the crush on the stair-
way leading to the rumba bang.
From that moment the rurmea
band played to an almost emt
room while nearly 1,500 guests
(each of whom had paid £8 for
a ticket) crowded the second ball-
room for a glimpse of the Prin-
cess. She danced until 1.45 a.
It was the most brilliant socia
occasion Paris has seen for ye
Among the guests were Prince

Mr. Perowne In Paris time eras ek ee
ona ‘ ~~ a as six s aks
R. ceva ; FaROWNE, somewhat like an English cottage
former Co onial Secretary with its large bay windows. This
here, is at present in Paris with js their contribution to help cope
ais wife. Mr. Perowne is Adviser with the coming tourist season,
m Arab affairs to the United Viscount Hyndley and his
ingdom Delegation to the Sixth qaughter along with about a dozen
General Assembly of the United other guests braved the rainy
Nations, and he is attending the weather to turn up for Cacrabank’s
session now being held in Paris. Sunday curry lunch. Viscount
Engaged Hyndley and his daughter are holi-
HE engagement was announced ae at the Colony Club, St.
at the Carlton Dance at the “"" yy"

Paradise Beach Club on Saturday Here For A Month

night between Mr. N, S. “Brickie” T present holidaying in Bar-

- 5




Lucas, popular intercolonial and bados is Miss Hazel Bowen|Pierre of Monaco, Princess Ar-
Carlton cricketer and footballer of Brooklyn, U.S.A. who plans to|mand d’Arenberg, Princess Sixte
and Miss Hazel Carrington, be here a month. She is staying|de Bourbon Parme, Princess Ame-

daughter of Mr. C. A. Carrington with Miss M. L. Seale of “West-|dee de Broglie, Princess Guy de

of Cheapside. Gate”, Land’s End. Faucigny-Lucigne, Sir Duff Cooper

Trinidad Orchids Back From Trinidad and. Lady Diana Cooper, the

LEARN that some exquisite or- ETURNING from Trinidad on| Baron _and Baroness Guy de
chids from Trinidad will be on Sunday by B.W.1.A. was Mrs. Rothschild.

show at the Annual Exhibition next Clyde Cozier who was in Trinidad

week, The orchids arrived by plane on a month’s holiday. Her husband

this morning. works with Ferreira and Co., in
Mr, R. F. Parkinson well known Port-of-Spain,

in orchid circles tells me that Mr, Gordon Wins

and Mrs. Gregor A. Durity who pring large crowd which attend-
were in Barbados recently arrang- ed’the Local Talent Show
ed for the Trinidad Horticultural at the Globe ‘Theatre over the

Society to send the orchids. *
Chri Sh week-end saw Sam Gordon carry
ristmas ow off the first prize. He sang “Orange

ARIB dropped in on the girls Coloured Sky.”
of Queen’s College recently Second prize went to Lucille
to find them hard at practice for Craigg who sang “Too Young To
their annual Christmas entertain- Know.” The other contestants
ment which they plan to stage on were Martin Haynes who sang
December 7 at 8 p.m. and the fol- “Ccenfess’, Deighton Gilkes, “If”,
lowing afternoon at 4.30. Carl Best “Because of You” and
This show is being organised Denzil Deane “I Cross My
sles: entirely by the girls them- Fingers,”
selves and tickets may be obtained Rich Cake
from members of the staff or can Wi rich cake donated by Miss
Hannah Jones and raffled by

be bought at the door on the oc-
casions of the entertainment. De ;

Mrs. B. Conduit in aid of the Old
Ladies’ Home was won by Mrs.

To-night the Princess is dining
with Sir Alfred and Lady Duff
Cooper at their Left-bank flat—
in company with Miss Jennifer
Bevan and Lord Plunket.

Ah, Paris
THE Bolivian Ambassador in
Paris, Senor Costa du Rels, who

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the biggest name in the egg-cup Programme 18, anbece ideee nothing in tie.
| epi e “lay: “Thic je Shinto 10 ‘
world, said yesterday; “This is TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951 19 Ye old wey of singing. (5)
bad news, just when we had per- 11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11 30 2) Made in Westminster, (4)
fected tha neo-plastic egg-cup, a.m Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra, Solution o: yesterday's pussle.—Acro:
which can be thrown awzy after 12.00 noon The News, 12.10 p.m, News +, Se soning: 6 Grepnon? 40. fiarette
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HE headline Wet Sock paiiy Service, 415 pm. Cathedral Gas , Seek: 12. Miser: 15. Nety
Thrown At Conductor” took Music, 445 pm_ Semprini, 500 pm e Sty
me back to the Salzburg Festival Composer of the Week, 5 15 p m, Strat




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Hayes, 615 pm Welsh Magazine

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of 1935, when, in ducking to avoid



the dripping macintosh thrown by pm Programme Parade, 6 55 PEARL
a young Czech student, . Herr /Soday's Sport, 7-00 p.m. ihe ewe
Bursting lost his balance and fell Report on Fourth Day's Play in Second Pp 4 2
from the rostrum like a rotten Test and Rendezvous’ with Common y AS
apple into the lap of a lady viol- Wealth Artists =
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itself round Rustiguzzi’s head, 745 pm _ Generally Speaking, 8 00 jpemoovecee
and temporarily silenced that pm. Think on these et 2 em sll

che ute v adio Newsreel, epo rom
noisiest of mammals, A second pritain, 845 pm. Composer. of the
wet macintosh, thrown by a Week, 9.00 pm. Meet The Common



jovial tourist, became draped ov wealth, 9.30 pm. Ray's A Laugh, 10.00
ar :, £ ; pm The News, 10.10 pm. From The
the harp, so that the harpist, faitorials, 10.15 pm. Round and About

gingerly raising a corner of the 1030 pm. The Tempest.

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Two Years
For Carnal
Knowledge

Trotman, a labourer
Road, St. Michael,
was sentenced to two years’ im-



the Hon. Mr, G. L. Taylor at the
Court of Grand Sessions yester-
day for having had carnal know-
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overlook it and pass a small sen- Se %. t G li oO Hi
seas on hin rvant Guilty aving

Sulphuric Acid With
| Ci it Felony
Intent To Commit Felony

An Assize jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday
deliberated for 35 minutes and found 26-year-old domestic

Housebreaking

3ertram
labourer of

Ward, a 20-year-old
Beckles _ Road, St.
Michael, who pleaded guilty to
three charges of housebreaking
was sentenced to 18 months’ im-
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James Williams who was found
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D. Malone for the accused Mar- Aimes.
* shall,

servant Carmen Marshall of Upper Collymore Rock, St.
Michael, guilty of having had in her possession a quantity
of sulphuric acid with intent to commit a felony on October
9. The Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor postponed sentence.
Counsel in the case were Mr. Bryan go between Marshall and
Bryan held Marshall’s
while the Hon. Mr. F. E. right hand in which she had the

THE Barbados Arts and Crafts Society at their Annual
General Meeting held at Wakefield, White Park Road last
night, decided to adopt a motion for amalgamation with
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through a forged instrument was Electors Seek _ after full discussion on the matter

Field, Acting Attorney General, cup. Marshall shouted and pulled



sentenced to 18 months’ imprison-
ment with hard labour.

Public Mischief

Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor placed
Winifred Hoyte on probation for
18 months on a personal bond of
£25 when she pleaded guilty of
effecting a public mischief. Mr.
D. H. L. Ward who appeared on
behalf of Hoyte asked for the
leniency of the court on his client.

Winifred Hoyte on September 1

appéared for the Crown. The
prosecution called on seven wit-
nesses to prove its case while the
defence called on one witness
Before calling the first witness
for the prosecution, Mr. Field
briefly outlined the facts of the
ease to the jury. He told them
that the accused Marshall appear-
ed before them on two counts. On
the first count she was charged
with attempting to throw on Elise
Aimés, a domestic servant of Bec-









told the Police that she had lost kles Road, St. Michael, a quantity
the Turf Club Ticket series QQ Of sulphuric acid.
1559 for Midsummer Turf Club

Second Count
On the second count she gras
charged with having in her poss-
ession sulphuric acid with intent

Meeting of 1951.

The ticket had drawn the horse







“Usher” which would have en- M
titled her to the sum of $30,294 if tO cOmmit a felony. The offence
phe had the ticket. The Police Was alleged to have been com-
carried out investigations and mitted on October 9,
found that the statement that Marshall had charged Elise
Hoyte made to them was false, Aimes before Police Magistrate
Mr. Justice Taylor told Hoyte Mr. McLeod with throwing a cor-
that she had done a foolish and TOSive substance on her. The ac-
senseless thing. He took into cused had some good reason to
consideration all that her. coun. Believe that Aimes was going to
sel said to the court, but he hoped be discharged by the Police Mag-
that she realised the gravity of iStrate.
the ofience and the trouble to When Aimes was discharged, the
which she had put the Police accused followed her into the
Force courtyard and there, some of the
witnesses would tell them, Mar-



shall with a cup in her right hand
raised her hand as though to throw
the substance in the cup on Aimes.
After this Marshall ran into the
Police Canteen, The cup was taken

Electors Assoc.
Concerned Only

to the Government Analyst and
rT ete was found to contain a quantity

W ith Ability of sulphuric acid.
s First witness called for the
The Electors Association are not prosecution was Cpl. Kenneth
concerned with class, colour or Murphy attached to the Bridge
creed. What we are looking for Post. He said that on October 9

are men with ability, brains and

he was in the Police Magistrate’s
integrity to run the affairs of our

Court of District “A” in which Mr.





government. That is why, out of EB. A. McLeod was sitting as Mag-
the eighteen candidates we are jstrate, He was examined as a
running for the General Election, witness in the case in which Elise
about six or seven of them are Aimes was charged with throwing
coloured gentlemen. As a matter corrosive acid on Carmen Mar-
of fact if the Electors Association ghall





were purely a white organisation i

I acta not be on. this platform Marshall Carries Cup
toenteht While the case was going on,
ie Marshall was sitting in the front
Mr. A. R. Toppin toid this to the bench in the court. He saw Mar-
large crowd who turned out at shall take something from @ hand-
Hothersal Turning last night to bag which was on the floor of the
listen to the Electors Association COUTt. Aimes was eventually dis-
political meeting. The meeting charged. As Aimes left the court
was held in support of Mr. Top- Marshall left shortly after her,
candidature for election to ¢@!rying in her right hand a grey



plastic cup.
He left the court and stood on
the steps of the court and saw

House of Assembly at the
1eral Elections, as a representa-
» of the parish of St. Michael.







aT ae a great interest in world Aimes under the tree in the court-
affairs,’ Mr. Toppin .told his Yard. From information he re-
Rearers “and when I see that in ceived he shouted to Aimes telling
the countries of Australia, New her that Marshall was going to
Zealand, and recently the United throw something on her. Aimes
Kir n, the workers have put on hearing his shout, went to-
bac » Conservatives in power, wards the steps of the Court of

k that something is wrong Grand Sessions and Marshall ap-





I
; proached her.

When Marshall got about eight
feet from Aimes she “drew” her
right hand from behind her back
in @ cireular motion but the cup
was still in her right hand. Sev-
eral people were in the courtyard

icedonia,”

r touching on such matters
t rice question, housing,
education, etc., Mr. Toppin asked
the electorate to support him at
the polls on December 13 as they
had so generously done on the last
eceasion he was seeking election
to the House.

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away and a gortion of the liquid
in the cup was thrown away.

Marshall then ran in the direc-
tion of the Police Canteen at Cen-
ral Station. He reported what
happened to Sgt. Marshall.

At this stage Marshall who was
sitting in the dock, cried out: “He

is telling lies on me.” Her counsel
waved to her and she sobbed
quietly.

To Mr. Malone, Cpl. Murphy

said that the first time he saw the
plastic cup was ween she took it
out of her bag in the court.

Analyst’s Statement

Mr. N. Carmichael, Govern-
ment Analyst, told the court that
on October ¥ Sgt. Marshall brought
to him a glass containing @ quan-
tity of black liquid, a plastic cup
and a piece of cloth. The cloth
\vas discoloured. From his exam-
ination he found that the liquid in
the glass was sulphuric acid. The
plastic cup also contained sul-
phuric acid and the cloth was
saturated with this acid. The sam-
ples were returned to Sgt. Mar-
shall

Police Constable Simmons said
that on October 9 he talked with
the accused and she told him that
if Aimes ws discharged she was
going to throw acid on her, He
advised her not to do so.

He noticed that Marshall had a
quantity of black substance in a
bottle which she poured into a
plastic cup. After the conversation
with Marshall he told Cpl.:Mur-
vhy something.

Next witness called was Police
Constable Springer and he corrob-
orated what Cpl. Murphy said.

Island Constable Stanley Bryan
said that on October 9 he was
standing in the courtyard and was
facing Mr. McLeod’s court when
he saw the accused coming from
Mr. McLeod's court with her hand
behind her back.



He heard Cpl. Murphy say
“Elise, Elise, Carmen coming te
you.” Marshall was carrying a

cup in her hand containing a dark
liquid and was going in the direc-
tion of Elise Aimes
Told To Run

He heard shouts from the crowd
in the courtyard and Elise Aimes
went in the direction of the Court
of Grand Sessions steps. Just as
Elise got by the steps, two women
pushed her and told her to run,

Marshall started to chase Aimes
and he held her right hand in
which was a plastic cup. Marshall
aftempted to throw the contents
of the cup on Aimes. Marshall
then ran into the Police Barracks.

To Mr. Malone Bryan said that
when he heard Cpl. Murphy shout
he looked in the direction of Mr.
McLeod’s court, He could not
definitely say how much liquid
was in the plastic cup. While he
was holding the hand of the ac-



To Regain Power
COX SAYS

A large crowd at Eagle Hall,
last night, regularly cheered Lab-
cur candidates, Mr. M. E. Cox and
Mr. T, O. Bryan during the course
of their election campaign speech-
es. Mr. Cox and Mr. Bryan are
running for a re-election to the
House of Assembly in the forth-
coming General Election in the St
Michael Constituency.

Mr. Cox told the people that the
Electors’ Association were sending
stooges to speak on their political
platforms and they were only
seeking to regain the power to get
the big gains they wanted and pay
the small wages they could pay
Witn impunity whén in power.

Mr, Cox said that men like Mr
Yoppin, Mr. Leacock, Mr. E. K
Walcott and Mr, Wilkinson, were
coming around telling them that
they liked them, but he knew bet-
ter than to believe that the people
would be fooled by such prepos-
terous statements,

“If they like you,” he said, “they
would give your children jobs in
Broad Street and in their other
offices when they were educated.”

In the course of his speech, Mr.
Bryan said that he did not believe
that the women would fail to real-

ise that when the Labour Party
helped their husbands to get
higher wages, they themselves

were benefiting indirectly,

Magistrate Mr. E. A. McLeod,
While in the courtyard she heard
someone shout that the accused
was coming towards her to throw
something on her. She looked back
gnd saw Marshall with a plastic
cup in her hand. Marshall at-
tempted to throw the contents of
the cup on her and a woman
pushed her (Aimes) away and she
she ran,
Accused Cries

Sgt. Marshall said on October 9
he received certain information
end went to the Police Restaurant
at Central Station, He saw the
accused crying and under the
chair on which she was sitting
there was a plastic cup with fluid
in it

He took the cup and went with

Cpl. Murphy to the courtyard
where he saw a spot on which
black liquid was thrown, Cpl
Murphy took up some of the
liquid from the ground with the
cloth,

The cup and cloth were sent to
the Government Analyst. Later

the same day Marshall made a
statement which she signed.

She was then charged with at-
tempting to throw corrosive sub-
stance on Elise Aimes. He got
back the articles from the Govern-
ment Analyst.

At this stage the case for the

rosecution was closed,



cused, she made an effort to get|

away.
Elise Aimes said on October 9
she was charged with throwing

was discharged by the Police

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BARBADOS & ADVOCATE

Gree Paes

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Broad St., Bridgetown

Tuesday, December 4, 1951

SASTER
4
DISASTE

reduced the
boats is a

saster which has

THE dis
island’s fishing fleet by so many

solemn reminder of this island’s depend-

political control.
warning

ence on factors bevond

But it is also another
that the
At the time of

known how

sharp
food position is worsening

writing it is not yet
fishing boats were des-
troyed or incapacitated by Sunday night’s
high seas, but the sea and beaches. at one
point of the Leeward Coast yesterday was
full of floating wood and canvas, remnants
thirty
and women were
with

many

of some
Men

yesterday

fishing boats.

walking around
little pieces of
wood, mementos of the little ships on
which fishermen relied to find food and
employment for themselves and for the
community. The total loss of boats can-
not be than sixty and will probably
be much higher. But sixty as a
basic figure the picture of woe is black
enough. Some 240 men will be unable to
make a profit out of fishing for a period of
at least three months. That is a very un-
happy state of affairs at a time when agri-
cultural labourers great de-
mand.

In addition the island will lose at a very
conservative estimate 162,000 lbs. of large
fish like dolphin, and 1,440,000 flying fish.
These figures are based on very low
averages of 8,000 flying fish and 900 Ibs, of
large fish per month per boat. When it is
remembered that one day’s good catch of
flying fish can. be as high as three or four
thousand, the conservatism of the estimate
will be appreciated.

pathetic

less
taking

aré not in

But the loss of food and loss of employ-
ment, serious, as it is at a time when soar-
ing prices and food shortages are beating
down on Barbados relentlessly, are not the
only losses. Most fishermen owe money
to the Government and money recovered
from insurance will not be adequate to pay
the full cost of building ‘new boats at
higher prices: Sail twine has recently
jumped from 60c. a Y Ib to $1.15, Paint
which used to cost $7.00 now costs $9.84
for the same quantity. Fishing lines have
risen from $1.10 to $1.82. Nor are prices
of materials the only factors to be consid-
ered. It is not easy to get ship’s carpen-
ters to build boats within the time thought
reasonable by fishermen. No one can
therefore predict how long it will be be-
fore the fishing boats smashed to pieces
between Sunday night and Monday morn-
ing will be replaced.

What then must be done?

The fishermen must be helped. A fund
must be started now to ensure that those
fishermen without alternative methods of
employment are provided for until they
can again resume their noble profession,

Secondly alternative methods of catch-
ing fish must be adopted.

Thirdly everything must be done to en-
courage more sea-going vessels to fish.

There are alternative methods. For
more than twenty years Barbados has de-
pended on privately owned small vessels
equipped with auxiliary engines and
facilities for preserving fish on ice. Two of
these -vessels until recent months have
been bringing an average of 5,000 Ibs, of
deep sea fish to Barbados every three
weeks. ‘They have been selling this fish
at 26 cents per Ib, to wholesale buyers and
the Government of Barbados has controll-
ed the retail price at 32 cents per lb. Re-
cently one of these vessels has found it
more profitable to work for the Barbados
Gulf Oil Company which has been con-
ducting seismographic tests off Barbadian
waters, Today higher prices are being
offered in British Guiana, Trinidad and
Martinique than the wholesaler is allowed
to pay here unless the local Government
allows him to increase the retail price. At
a time when meat prices are out of reach
of the Barbadian importer’s pocket and
when imported red salmon can be sold at
$1.00 a lb. it would seem stupid for the
local government not to allow the retailer
to sell deep sea fish caught off West Indian
fishing banks at 40c. a Ib.

Indeed we would expect the Govern-
ment to make available the fishing boat
Investigator for deep sea fishing of this
kind and by giving incentive to owners of
small vessels of all kinds to enter the fish-
ing industry at remunerative prices,

The problem facing Barbados in its most
acute form is the problem of increasing
local food production. If food production
can be increased even at higher costs the
government can consider measures to
assist the very poor who cannot afford to
pay higher prices. But if food production
decreases because the Government does
not give adequate incentives to those who
produce food then people will starve and
there will not be enough food to be dis-
tributed equally. The problem is urgent.
The misfortune which has fallen on Bar-
bados’ noble fishing fraternity will arouse
everyone’s sympathy and it is certain that
Barbadians will give
their unhappy fellow citizens who richly
all the help the

generously to assist

deserve

afford.

community can



Our New

AMONG THOSE

Several film stars; the Steel
Board chairman; a 17-year-
old Eton schoolboy; Mr. Hugh
Dalton: and (whether he likes
it or pot) Communist sympa-
thiser Professor Haldane.
The pride of 5,000 families has
made possible the compilation of
one of the most fascinating Brit-
ish history books since the war—-
Burke’s monumental “Lathded
Gentry,” appearing next spring
as the first edition for 15 years.
There are many newcomers who
join the squires and their ladies
for the first time. Some have
spent up to £3,000 proving that
their pedigree is good enough.
Others have tried to gatecrash



































































by cajolery, threats, and tricks.
They have been dismissed as
snobs, their family trees failing

to pass the experts.

There are also those who gain-
ed right of entry by distinguished
public service.

200 Acres Is Enough

The compilers of the book, try-
ing to present a realistic cross-
section of Britain today, have
been forced to revise the old
standards.

Pre-war you had to own about
500 acres before you could be
considered for inclusion.

Nowadays 200 acres will
do—provided your pedigree
is noteworthy for at least

three generations.

Your land may be let out for
farming, but not for factory
building.

THE book is a record of the
fall of the old country squires

and the rise of new people whose
bank balances are larger than
their pedigrees.

Nearly half the “Landed Gen-
try” are now un-landed, Others
are hanging on to their acres and
historic houses only by stripping
themselves of all the splendour
of their past style of life.

Backbone of Britain

But it is a thrilling story. On
every page we get a glimpse of
the backbone of Britain—of the
men and women, neither of hum-
ble nor of exalted rank, who
have served their country with
ability and loyalty through the
centuries.

It is also a proud story. No
one but these 5,000 “landed”
families are mentioned in the
book—with their 40,000 liv-
ing relatives and millions of
ancestors,

Only because nearly all of
them have kept family records is
the book possible, E

YOU can stay in the book if
you were in it before, even
though your present address is
no longer an ancestral home but
merely a number in a road.

Thus Molineux-Montgomerie,
formerly of Garboldisham Hall,
Norfolk—his lineage goes back to
the 15th century—is now just the

The Blugga Is Good

To The Editor, The Advocate—
Sik,—I have read with inter-
est several of your articles on
Garden Life and Work by “Agri-
cola.” Let me offer you my con-
gratulations on the information
and advices furnished and the

clear way in which they are ex-
pressed.

I wish to ask if you are ac-
quainted with the “blugga’’ or
“Boola,” a close relative of the
familiar plantain. If so may I

suggest that you give some ac-
count or recommendation of it in
the near future, If not, may I tell
you what I know about it. It is,
as I have mentioned, a good first
cousin of the plantain, available
for the same uses, and it has (as
far as I have learned from culti-
vating it here for a good time)
this considerable advantage: it
thrives and bears handsomely in
comparatively poor soil where
the plantain wil! not succeed.

It grows a tall tree, like the
plantain and it is used in Grenada
—or used to be—to “mother” the
little cocoa trees until they are
big and strong enough to bear sun
and wind by themselves: then the
blugga tree is dug out and just
used as manure,

1 got two or three suckers from
a planter friend in Grenada a
good many years ago and they
quickly grew and _ multiplied.
That was when I rented this place
for awhile upwards of 40 years
ago, and since we bought the pro-

perty in 1923, we have enjoyed,
in many bunches, the benefits of
that experiment.

As I have said above, the blug-
ga, or boofa, is a good second to
the plantain, and similar in shape
and size, but with a blunter nose.
It makes also an excellent fruit
stew, with sugar, if kept in hand
until thoroughly ripe, even going
a little soft inside the yellow skin,

In these days, when produc-
tion of local foods so urgently
needs to be increased its cultiva-
tion would be helpful,

P.S.—1I am supposing. all the
way through, that the blugga is
not much known here in Barbados
—or if known, not appreciated,
That is our experiance

F.G
26th November, 1951

Contented Not Cultured

To the nditor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Please may I make a
correction?
I did not refer to the CUL-
TURE of Jamaica, This, I do not
doubt, has the encouragement of

the British Council, for which
the British taxpayer pays, It is
outside the question of Feder-

ation and is a matter on which
I would not venture an opinion.

What I did claim was that
Jamaica is neither peaceful,
prosperous, nor CONTENTED.

Matters with a definite effect on
the wellbeing and happiness of
Barbados in the event of Feder-
ation
My apologies for not
clearly
Cc. E. SHEPHERD.
JNovember 24, 1951,

writing
more

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Gentry~

Hy Sidney Rodin
man who lives at 14, Malton-
‘venue, Heworth Creen, York.

And Hart Formerly Shake-
speare Formerly of New Place—
eleventh in descent from Joan
Hart, sister of William Shake-
speare who retired to New Place,
Stratford-on-Avon, in 1611—is
now Mr. Harold Hart, engineer,
of 2, Baker-street, High Wy-
combe, Bucks.

A Change From 1836

The old squires have unaccus-
tomed companions these days.
When the book first appeared in
1836 the gentry were so fat with
land thet they never bothered
with a commercial or profession-
al occupation—unless it was the
Navy, Army, the Diplomatic Ser-
vice, or the Church.

Listed in the new book
film stars Sir Laurence
Olivia De Havilland,
taine; novelists
and S. P. B.

are
Olivier,
Joan Fon-
Graham Greene
Mais; broadcaster
Freddie Grisewood; Hollywood
producer John Farrow (he turns
out to be “Farrow of Surlingham”,
in Norfolk, with a 500-year-old
pedigree); scientific instrument-
maker Paul Negretti (“Negretti
of Lane House,” in Lodsworth,
Sussex); 2nd famous _ business
names such as Wills, Whitbread,
Sandeman. Guinness and Colman,
THERE are many other sur-
prise newcomers among the
“quality.”

“Hardie of Ballathie’ is Mr.
Steven Hardie, the 65-year-old

Steel Board chairman. Little
pedigree is shown — only three
generations — but Mr. Hardie

qualifies by the possession of
2,000 acres in Perthshire.

Mr. Malcolm MacDonald,
Commissioner - General for
South-East Asia ranks as
“MacDonald of Hyde Hall.”
His father, Prime Minister
Ramsay MacDonald, was the
son of a ploughman when
born in 1866,

But Mr. MacDonald at the age
of 50 is now one of the landed
gentry because of his “properties”

—listed as Hyde Hall, Great Wal-
tham, Essex; Upper Frognal
Lodge, London; and The Hillocks,

Lossiemouth.
Dalton and Shawcross

Sir Hartley Shawcross—not yet
invested with enough honours to
leave the gentry for the peerage
books (he is a knight)—enters
the new volume by proving he is
of yeoman stock going back to
1743,

Mr. Hugh Dalton comes in as
a cadet of the family of “Dalton
of Dunkirk Manor House,” His
early ancestors raised a Cavalier
regiment to fight Parliament, La-
ter his forebears bred three Cam-
bridge wranglers.

POIN' TS | FROM LETTERS :

A Gallup Poll

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I recently had another
dream about the elections — now
they say whatever you dream the
opposite will really happen, When
I tell you about tnis dream. you
will agree it will be serious if
the opposite does not happen. J
dreamt I decided to have a
private Gallup poll amongst all
my girl friends. This was no
doubt caused by reading’ in
your newspaper that women are
going to influence this, ele@tion
However, to get back “to™ my
dream. I had decided on only three
queries, as sometimes my G, R’s
can really talk and this was to
be a verbal poll.

First, what party were you
voting for — second, why were
you voting for that party — and
third — would you prefer a man
or q woman to represent you. My
first girl friend was getting over
an attack of the flu and was glad

to see me. Got into trouble
right away over No. 1. She did
not believe in parties, she was

for individual expression; an in-
dependent would be her choice.
If there wasn’t any she would
just vote for a name she
fancied, like they do at the races
— when it came to 3rd, she didn’t
trust her own sex. This talk,
which I had timed for 10 minutes,
lasted a good half hour ag she
got sentimental, only when I
mentioned another girl’s name,
did she ask me to leave.

No, 2. girl friend would have
nothing to do with parties or poli-
tics but she had signed the paper
as a voter and was going to vote.
The night before the elections she
would put the names of the can-
didates in a hat and just draw
two. She considered she would
have done her duty. She would
rather be represented by a
woman, providing that woman
was herself. This was to time,
i.e. 10 minutes. No, 3. girl friend
beliaved in parties, but did not
like certain names, so she decided
to stay and home trot. Vote —





Landed



PRESENT:

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pear in the last book. Now at 76
he has consented to come in, but
still declines to give his pedi-
gree. His right of place is won by
ownership of Northey Island,
Maldon, Essex,

But he is one of the gen-
try only at low tide. Then
his island measures 300 acres.
At high tide it is 50,

Mr. J. B. Priestley was eli-
gible to rank as “Priestley of
Billingham Manor” because of
his formerly extensive Isle of
Wight land acquisitions. But he
is not in. He refused to give his
pedigree.

Some Came From Abroad

Many men of foreign descent
take their place among the -old
English names.

Head of the house of “Sebag-
Montefiore Formerly of East Cliff
Lodge,” is a_ 17-year-old Eton
choolboy—Robert Sebag-Monte-
flore.

He comes from a 17th-cen-
tury Italian and an 18th-
century Moroccan family,
both of which settled in Lon-
don more than 150 years ago.
On the other hand, 36-year-old

Willy Freund, an ex-pilot officer
of the R.A.F.V.R., is now a squire
because he owns two country
estates, although his family was
still in Vienna at the end of last
century.

MR. L, G. PINE, editor of the
book, told me: “Pride of family
sometimes carries people too far.
In producing this book I believe
I have done more to clean up
genealogy than has been done
for 15 years,

“If everybody who claims to
have come over with the Con-
queror were right, William must
have landed with 200.000 men-
at-arms instead of about 12,000.

“I have thrown out the le-
gends and put in the facts. I
have rejected 300 ‘Norman
descents,’ leaving only about
50, and have reduced _ the
‘Saxon descents’ by 50.

“Only three families can prove
Saxon descent through the male
line — the Ardens (one was
Shakespeare’s mother), the
Berkleys and the Swintons.”

Traced Back To Vikings

Commander Harald Clouston, |
of Clouston and Smoogro in the
Orkneys, has established his line
back to a Viking who was Earl
of Orkney in 1090. Commande:
Clouston commanded destroyer
during the last war.

L.E.S.

entirely by women, as_ the,

arrived at decisions much faste

than men — to her, logic was to»
slow compared with snap_ in-

tuition. However, as this would
have to be a gradual process, she
vas going to vote for a party an

as it didn’t make much sense one
way or the other, she would get
her little girl aged 3 to choose
“which hand.” No. 5. girl friend
had to consider the morals of th:
men, and as they were all found
wanting, she also wag going t
put the names in a hat. With the
3rd question she | decided sh¢
liked men ketter than z|

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No, 4 wanted a Government ru ‘|
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Just then the rain came down
and the wife woke me up to
shut the ndow. First time |
did not get bnnoyed with her, es
I don’t like shutting window
but if I had gone on dream
ing! ? t 3

PLAIN MAN.
3rd, December,1951.

Racial Hatred

To The Editor, The Advocate,—

SIR,—Judging by the class am
racial hatred that is preached
their political meetings obvious},
the Labour Party is counting o
this method of obtaining votes i.
an island with an overwhelmin
majority of coloured people,

But inteiligent workers—thos.
that we educated in the bad days
before age-grouping—know th
class and races living and work-
ing together in harmony meat
prosperity with good pay anu
bonuses such as have just bee.
distributed while chaos and di:-
order can only bring results os
are seen in Grenada—by taking
advice of leaders that have no-
thing to loose but hopes for some-
thing to be gained in the shuffle.

There are still some who believe
that honest work and law and
order will lead to happiness and
prosperity.

LISTENER.
29th November, 1951.

World Meat Production
Inereases

LONDON, Dec, 3.

World meat production increas-
ed substantially during 1950 to
pass the pre-war level according
to a report on world meat produc-
tion and consumption in 1949-50
published here to-day. Neverthe-
less international trade was 20 per
cent. less than in 1938 because
more meat wey. eaten in the pro-
ducing countries, the report by the
Commonwealth Economic Com
mittee said.

Of the major exporting cin-+
tries only Australia and New Zea-
land consumed less meat last year
than in 1938. In’ Argentina there
was a “big” increase and in Amer-



ca where prewar consumption
was 115 Ibs. a head. The figure
since 1948 had remained at 131 Ibs

Both in Europe and North
America pork production rose
steadily through 1950. Beef and

veal output in Australia, Britain,
Argentina and New Zealand in-
creased in 1950, In North America
there was a slight fall in output.
Mutton and‘lamb production fell
appreciably except in New Zealand
and Britain,

Commonwealth countries sup-
plied about half of Britain’s im-
ported meat in 1949-—50 compared
with about } in 1948 and # before
the war the report said.

Commonwealth exports of becf,
veal, mutton and lamb were
slightly lower in 1950 but those
from other countries — South
America in particular—fell more
heavily.

In consequence the Common-
wealth share of world exports im-
proved. Its beef exports about a
quarter of the world trade before
the war rose to about 38 per cent

—UP. |

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be earned the hard way. And the production
;and economic experts are saying that there

The Last Days Of
Europe's Honeymoon

HUGH DUNDAS
Express Military Commentator, fits
today’s

Eisenhower's
Who Pays? There Is No
Cosy Way Out

This week’s meeting of the North Atlantic
Council in Rome, heralded as an interim
affair of no great importance, looks like turn-
ing into a showdown which may decide
whether the Western alliance will succeed
or flop.

news from Rome _ into

year of endeavour

Just a year ago the formation of a supreme
military H.Q. was conceived. Eleven months
ago General Eisenhower was appointed te
command. Ten months ago he came to Europe.
In the spring the military structure took



shape.
Meanwhile, a Defence Production Board
and a Financial and Economic Board set

about obtaining and paying for the arms and
munitions. In October, a 12-man committee
was set up to co-ordinate their activities.

On the surface it has been a honeymoon
period of hustle and achievement. Europe,
it seemed, was pulling herself up by the shoe- |
strings and preparing to resist aggression.

Now the honeymoon is nearly over and
the real issues of the union become apparent.
General Eisenhower looks round the house
he has built and finds that it is far from fur-
nished.

NOT BAD

WHEN he took over, there were ten divi-
sions at his disposal in the Central European
Sector—five French, two British, two U.S.,
and the equivalent of one more from Bel-
gium, Holland, and Luxemburg. There was
one division in Italy and a few battalions in
Denmark and Norway.

By next January he will have six U.S.,

divisions and four British—but only five
French,
Holland, Belgium, Denmark, and Norway

may produce another five between them. In
the south, Italy now has three.

That does not look too bad for one year's
work. But there the good news ends.

For Europe has used up its capital. From
now on every division, every weapon must

are few signs to show that they will be
; earned,

UNPLEASANT

AT least another 25 divisions are needed,
with all their arms. The plane situation is
cesperate. Only the most unpleasant and
politically disagreeable action can produce
the men, the guns, the tanks, and the planes.

Governments know that to fulfil their com-
mitments they must for a time impose econo-
mic hardship, longer working hours, and pos:
sibly direction of labour,

Not one Government—and that goes for
Britain—has yet accepted the challenge. Ini
tial enthusiasm is dying out as the moment
of truth comes nearer.

Meanwhile, at Rome, there are disagree-
ments over matters great and small. Britain
and the U.S. continue to squabble about stan
dardisation of small arms. Britain is expected
to protest, against a U.S.-led North Atlantic
Naval Command.

Above all looms the problem of a European
Army. The French Government first thought
up the plan last year.

THE STRAW...

It seemed a cosy way round the difficulty
of fitting in the Germans, a way of using
them for European defence without resur-
recting a German national army. 99956



‘

Eisenhower grabbed at the straw. He be- ‘
lieves that Europe must be defended east o! |<
the Rhine, and he argues that if we are to|\
fight on German soil we must have active |x
German support. If the formation of a Euro-|%
pean Army is the best way to achieve agree- %
ment on German participation, then form a *
European Army. *

That is the Eisenhower argument. In Rome $
yesterday he repeated his belief in such a]%
supra-national defence force. $

But elsewhere the dream fades. Even ii $
France influential voices speak against it. %
General Juin, Eisenhower's’ land C-in-C, hav %
criticised the plan. General de Gaulle has se! %
his strong nationally minded party against 11. x
And Britain could never join. %

SNAGS x
TWO more dark shadows lie across the x
conference tables in Rome. 3
Mr. William Herod, the American super- |
man who came to London last January to}
organise and co-ordinate Europe's gigantic |
rearmament drive, has resigned. Why? *
Has he decided that apathy and ropes
make the task impossible, that the European |
countries will only rearm if the path is made |
smooth with a profusion of dollars?
And General Eisenhower's departure, too
is foreshadowed. Will he return to the US.
ext spring to run for President? And, if so, is
there another who could keep Europe's flick-
flame of enthusiasm alight?
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EDUCATION TALKS OPEN

Big School Population AT BROWNE'S BEACH

A Hard Problem

paramount problems facing the various











WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
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SnakeBoothA!
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educ uthorities in the cclonies is that of providing, atu y people who attend
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neet the educational needs of a rapidly increasing Be eeteear nae ear eane ALWAY USE
} . : : vane 1is booth ) will see ; SE
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stuffed sk of a@ Macajuei ma'e

Develepment and Welfare, vesterday.



or i > of be r
Sir George was addressing the delegates at the opening a vise a o ,
ession of the Caribbean Regional Education Conference at Phe snake, weighing five and
Hasiings House half pounds and measuring 4 -~ wn _~ i
He said largely by the quantity and espe- fect, six inches, was discovered s

It gives me great pleasure in- cially the qualjty of the education

feawell Airport on Friday, N
deed to welcome you te Hastings will be the underlying thought in

vember 2. It car



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H nd to wish you all success we can provide That, I am sure, rass field on to the roadway wh
t or} At one time, I ex- your minds as you pursue the de- it was shot by Mr Henders
pected that my duties would take tails of your agenda during this Maneger of the Airport, witl
; from Barbados this week coming week .38 revolver, Two industrious ES T )S- Cc EMENT
ttend another conference, but got hold of the snake, dise nbo A B ( .
I am very glad that in the event I One of the paramount problems eled it, stuffed it have deci
ve the opportunity of meeting facing you all—and one which is to put it on chen, eee
vou to-d or this is animportant viewed with growing concern by , }
occasion Those 10 have been all the Governments—is that of “he booth in which the sna CORRUG ATED
longer than I s me, I proviaing, from the financial re- will be exhibited is a queer we oe
nfess to my surpriss this is sources available, staff and accom- traption. Such a booth wa
the first Education Conference to medation to meet the educational scen at Queen's Park before 1
eh tI ish West Indies needs of a rapidly increasing built along the lines of the ie
t hich territories will be school population I do not in- way traffic system” so as to p ,
representec Mi reover, y 0 ur tend to dwell this morning on the vent any c rest : : j > |
wenda include a number of im- difficult question of population, al- ne eer on
portant problems which are com- though those of you who read the . i - ;
to all the West Indian terri- report of this Organisation for 1950 53 eee bones ae Arts and
and in all of which, there- will have noted how seriously we aa one Park Fait weate tio: hie
ai } tne fratn indie ‘ ad + a p . . — s i . e yesterday, f
Mee hace ne see aoe at BNE ee ee ea The bits of 13 boats were washed ashore at Browne's Beach, Boy Street, yesterday morning. were the first to arrive and it

















si 4” another which will of children for whom education This was part of the damage done by the heavy seas cluded pictures and toys. From
ce towards the right solu- should be provided, is something —_ oo ween the majority ! . ” na
ons t ng is therefore which cannot be avoided by refus- exhibits for this section will t
me of much gnificance to those ing to recognise it. It is now being (‘% e . PERJURY CASE submitted. Members of the Con
responsible direction and seriously aggravated by the alarm- Social Consciousness n mittee responsible for laying ot
g idainet of educational effort in ingly steep rise in the cost of edu- ADJOURNED this section are hoping that tt ill ARRISON'’S Broad St
this are eation. There are some figures in exhibits will be brought in 4 ‘ ‘ .
: . : Chapter IV of the report which 1 e A case the Police brought early as possible so as to
Conferences Frequent illustrate this unfavourable de- TI d d I W d d against Loleita Yearwood of Kew confusion at the last. momen |
Conferences of experis at Hast- velopment in a very striking way, a S ] esprea Road, St. Michael, charging her
ings House are becoming fairly and Iam sure that all of you have with perjury, was adjourned by Two lamp-shade and a mow | DESSERT KNIVE AND r
frequent, and as they assemble I experiences which bear them out Police Magistrate, Mr. G. B, Grif- elling in clay of the Nativity h



find myself, as a layman compara- T haul DORA IBBERSON fith yesterday already been brought in
tively rsed in the technical ypica s | ;
matters discussed, trying to assess : The case against Yeirwood is Nearly all the booths have be« AT BARGAIN PRICES.

the particular place of each con- This is a typical and challenging MISS DORA IBBERSON, Social Welfare Adviser to the that on September 6 this year, erected and one merry-go-roun¢





ference in the general aim, which example of the difficulties which " rf = Sati 1 . after she was sworn in as a wit- These booths are n ing . ‘ ‘ ‘ ihe “ it li

ae all share, of promoting the confront those who are responsi- Comptroller for Development and Welfare returned to Bar- 6a it nicnsd 266 tndaokitiassault saith bitcinis wich, Wns ane fe At a big discount we recently purchased

elfare and prosperity of the peo- ble for educational eqeainisiration bados on Saturday by B. W.LA. from Trinidad after a short that she brought against Timothy cattle, cages for poultry and ba e what is known to English Exporters as a e
p16 12 Chehe SO eee Cree ae oe eerie Parnedltata ee Visit. Headley before Police Magistrate kets for vegetables are all pre “frustrated hipment.” Consequently we

— t t go0r > . he ably are, no ate b , ‘ ‘ y a rae \ : e s ate s > > >

4 re ne attract a good de ho po rouieelan remedies Objectives She said that Mr. Wilfrid Chinn, Welfare Adviser to the ¢ Rie L. Walwyn, she committed pared to receive exhibits : } a i bel

tical ¢ ion and generate co- * af ae secretary of Ste for . jes w > vis , » Brit- Wilful and corrupt perjury when can offer these goods at prices far below

e y: others meet and do are likely to be reached only Secretary of State for the Colonies will be visiting the Brit Nebrs Neti ie, co ty The stalls for games of chanc« | ® ’ I e



r work so quietiy that we hard- gradually. and by sustained and ish territories in the new year and in view of his crowded D. HL. Ward their real value









- } i ‘ton » - sach- 7m : who appeared for ®re erected but the majority «
ly reelise they are here at all ign a dy o eS eh programme, he will not, be able to stay in Trinidad long wr. Headley. these games will not be brought
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Santa Claus will be looking for you as usual in our TOY @ Tom Thumb,” Miniature. | hts sh é %
1 : | mV " ATE N K per tin 29 .26
DEPARTMENT every Saturday December Ist, 8th, 15th, and Wh ia pte AN” 3/- 2 |8 CONDENSED MILK—per. tin Pr 1 6S
You Should N. i a Omera” draws in yourpe | IMPFRIAL VIENNA SAUSAGES >
e : . i a ci 5/6 boa nd e 38 34
22nd. Everybody always enjoys our Xmas Parties and there will " oan + hae batye sie SPANNERS | Zesector re e|§ meserent Sanam SADA 3
‘ . . n 3 " Spiral Lint 5/ Ri % er % Ib. tin 16 40 %
be the usual Lucky Dips and Music to amuse the little ones. SOCKETS ben tn’ inn NERS S Gabarer"’ Sclea Tone 5/4ee $ SHUTTLEWORTH'S COCOA oe
i S CIGARETTE LIGUTERS ee > per | b, tin 2 20 .
: TORQUE WRENCHES «» RATCHET HANDLES } Ronson” Whirlwind $10 00. g wo >
EXTENSIONS <> SPEED BRACES N fe Acetrian Lighters Bit Souk wee ee ig
2 WALDEN WRENCHES \ ag Pive and Cigarette Lighters 63 y ite at he, ih re > a x
Cave Shepherd & Co, lid. ||| 2aeeEeeere [eee af
a7 s i} And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS i 3: CHROMIUM , CIGARETTES | x Craw fo Ufillit ¥ r Tir 1 ae x
i i 2 ASE with the Crest of) ) Pratt ae
10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET i i Z Rerhados, Reduced trom | § White Mushroot ri 3
i ECKSTEIN: BROS. | SOA near marca &/ 9 COCKADE FINE mUNé :
vn WD | OF wir emery ome a em | %
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PAGE SIX

CLASSIF



ANNOUNCEMENTS



IED ADS.







‘n Memoriam notices ts
jays and $1.89 on Sundays
of words up to 50, and




























cents per word on week-days and
cents per word en Sundays for each
Liens wore
DIED
SOBERS--O 1 December, 1951, Cuth-
© i t f the Seventh Day
Ch t His funeral leaves
ht ate Weekes Land,
Geodlar Mi 445 this
y « for the ry Cemetery.
t Sober ow}, Brickie
Howa Nephew
IN MEMORIAM
BELLIS lovin emort of my dear
husband Edrie Emerson Ellis, whe
parted th life 28th November
T ears has passed since that sad
¥ ote » loved was called awa
May test in the arms of J
Mrs Viola Ellis (Wif Juan Vib
Emerson, Noreey (Children)
4.12.61—I1r
——
TROTMAN Ir memory of our
dear Dud! rotman, husband, father
and Uncl who deported life or
December 4, 1951
It doe 10t need a special day,
Tc eall him to our minds-
ir i we do not think of hin
A Mews. bard to find,
I ed but Jesus knew
Et best for him
Ev to
c
Daur

irene Sr

GOVERNMENT NOTICES





GENERAL ELECTION
Electors ere reminded that they





can ascertain the number of the
Pegi ation District in which they
are registered from any Police

Station of the constituency.

2.. Notices are beinmg postec
giving the boundaries of the Reg-
istration Districts. These notices
also pive the address of the Polling
for the District and this
nvotmation has been published ir



Station



4.12,51—2n

B.WI. CENTRAL SUGAR CANF
BREEDING STATION
DEPARTMENT OF SCIENCE
AND AGRICULTURE
Acricultural Assistant, B.W.I.
Central Sugar Cane Breeding
Station

Applications’ are invited for the
post f= Agricultural Assistant
8.W.A. Central Sugar Cane Breed






culture.
2. The salary attached to the
is in the scale $1,200 x $72—
1,920 (E-B:) x $96—$2,592 per
ennum and the point of entry iz
the seale will depend on the qual
ifleations and experience of th
successful applicant. The post i:
not pensionable but after a year’
probationary service the office
may join a Provident Fund,
The suceessful applican
will be required to provide him
if with a motor car, a loan to
wards the purchase of which wil
be made on*terms and condition
similar to those which are appli
cable to travelling officers of th
Barbados Government Servier
A mileage allowance will be pai
at standard Government rates.
4. Applications, stating age
educational qualifications and ex
‘ience, together with COPIE
" testimonicts should be address
to the Director of Agriculture

Queen's Park, and will be accept-
ed up to 12 noon on Thursday 6th

December, 1951.
25.11.51.—4n.

PILES

can be Cured

There are thousands of men and women
who suffer awful agony day and night
because of pile trouble, who do not know
that every chemist stocks a special remedy
that does.most surely and quickly banish
the misery of this wretched trouble.

: Make aconfidant of your chemist, Ask

him about Man Zan Pile Remedy. He
will tell you this is no ordinary ointment,
but a sdothing, healing, strengthening
balm that at once stops the intense irrit«
ation and clears away internal, external,
Sore or bleeding piles,
+ The unigue tube in which Man Zan is
sold make$ this preparation so easy and
clean to use. The big size supply, with
special applicator, is usually suffickmt to
clear away the most difficult case.

Remember the name of this special
remedy for pile trouble—

MeanZan
PILE REMEDY

COO SOOSS

PLL LPP FOSS OP SOPOT,

DOG SHOW?























%

GSS






Received just in time
COLLARS—Fiat & Round
CHOKERS, CHAINS
LEADS — All sizes

R WARNESS AlL_ sizes.

%@ MUZZLES, COMBS,

¢ RUBBER DOG BONES.

g Secure yours TODAY.

td NAY ) ’

= NEWSAM & (0

< 1 Ve

¢

Pd

© SS CCLEOCIOCEE DEO SOS

y

FURNISH
in- Christmas Style



e





















ing Statien, Department of Agri-











$5 in goods and with your cash bill
you get a guess-coupon: how many
TELEPHONE 2908. screws in a jar? You can win an
ee ee eee eae eee os : — EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop
}at A. BARNES & Co., Ltd
ns, Marriage vt Engagement! { ™ s1—!.?.n.
Carib Calling the| FOR SALE 23.11.51—2.f.n
00 for any number of words
gents per ord, tr eck FOK RENT
1. Terms cash. Phone 2508
eer nd 4 p.m., 9113 for Death Vv .
Noetiees only after 4 p.m AUTOMOTIVE HOUSES
The charge for announcements off CaR—vauxhall 14—6 excellent condi-| “BERESFORD”, Maxwell Road. From
Births riages, Deaths, Acknow!-| ion Apply Archer 3037 4.12.51—dm | Ist Dec. Fully furnished. All_ modern



conveniences. Apply: Lashley, opposite.



CAR—One Hillman 1949 model 14,000 4.12.51—1n
miles, in perfect condition. Apply Mr.
L Waiker, Rediand Plantation, St. BEDROOM--One (1) Furnished Bed-
George 4.12.51—2n | room, on the Seaside at Rockley use of



Kitchen, and Maid, if required. Phone

CAR-—One 1939 Hillman with good tyres | 8553. 29.11.51—5n
and new battery Cent OD OEE ————————————eSS
Rediffusion, Telephone 5019. HQUSE: Small, Wall House at Colly-

more Rock, 2 bedrooms, water and light
$18.00 per month. Dial 2906
4.12 51—2n

4.12.51—1n





CAR—One Hillman Car. A-1 condition,



good tyres and batter ADD ly Co So |

Watkins, City Garage Trading Co. Ltd, “HOMESTEAD”, Hystings, 3 bedrooms,

4.12.51—1n|2 with running wafer, breakfast room,

garage ete, Apply: Miss Chandler,

CARS—1 Chrysler 1939; 1 Nash. Fixed; Cheapside, or Tel. 3444 4.12.M—2n
Head Coupe. Cheap Phone 8380 |

4.12.51—3n | ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running

water, with or without meals, In Wood-

—_—_—
CAR--Ford Prefect 11,000 miles. Con- Dial 3356.

tect Butcher, McEmearney & Co. Garage,

id rdens.
oe 4.12.51-—t.fn







2TAL SI ————— —___—_—— —
“TRINITY COTTAGE”, St. James.
CARS—End of year close out of used | Three Bedroom house, fully furnished,
cars all must be sold. 1 Wolseley 6/80| from January 1952. "Phone 2959
sloon, 8,000 miles, First class condition, 4.12. 51-—3n
| Morris Oxtord. 1 Morris Minor 10,000 | NR
niles, Like new. 1 Austin A-40. V
Ay cdtlludt” crea vote koval| POUWLIC NOTICES
jARAGE LTD, Telephone 4504. ———————
1.12.51—6n, NOTICE
: ISLE DSO! The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St
po g g y > F) 1947 Model} wichael will be clofed on Wednesda

with New Tyres. Fluid drive with auto-
matic Transmission. Mileage 33,000 and
n perfect condition—Dial 4616, Courtesy
jarage 22.11.51—12n

and Thursday,

from 12 noon,
C. GEORGE GRANNUM,

Ag. Parochial Treasurer

St. Michael



RELIANT TRUCK-—Recentjy overhaul-
ed and painted, apply Barbados Agencies, }
telephone 4908. 29.11.51-—6n

4.12.51—In









LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION







Sth and 6th December

BARBADOS

ELECTION NOTICES














avVOCATE





TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951

& FOUND
ior | SHIPPING F



PERSONAL LOST

























|

| The eby warned against

| givieile ) ALBERTHA es
7" F e YARD do not hi JSTRALIA,

PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL | WORR zs I do not hele | CARDS—Canvas Bag containing Xmas} MONTREAL, 7 sent &
“ib ERY give notice that. 1 (5 - 2 ef One ame 1 Cards Between WM. James’ Alifiahoaie and oer eee i. xine) ‘The MV. “Caribbee” will accept &
i e Paroch aflding, ‘ ‘ a St. Alban’s Chapel. Finder v > ‘ ; ep in. for &
berland Street, Bridgetown, as the place] Unless oneet Sion warded on retuening same to Mr. 'S.| 8.8. “PORT ADELATD®’ ts sched-[@ Cargo and Passengers Ot @
where Parishioners of the parts of St NEL WOR Mayars C/o St James Dispentery uled to satl from Hobart September 25th ON ete aelting ak
Michael and other perrons duly qualified | Wane sat ee 449.51—1n | Melbourne October 4th, Sydney October Nevis and St. Kitts,
to vote at any election of Vestrymen for | ‘ 0th, Gladstone October 16th, Port instant, “‘doneka’ will accept
the said Parish may assemble on Mon-; * M—2 WALLET—One (1) Wallet containing] Alma October 20th, Brisbane October = wr rm 2 ogerh for
i\day the 7th day of . be- | —_ receipts and money. Will finder kindly | 27th, arriving at Trinidad about end Cargo ar “ — Se deateh
tween the hours of 10 and ll as to ° return to Gordon Wilson Cfo, C. §S.| November and Barbados about December ees St exits, Date of x
cleet & Vestry for the Parish of 8t.| WANTED Pitcher & Co. 4.12.51 —2n | Sth. Nevis an te uotined :
Michael for the year 1952 ; im addition to general cargo this ves- Saree 8 So eos wilt mocent

} ED . CA N 4 I sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M. & ee Rieder onage 5 »
“55 Prosi tenon iz HELP vu TIO *"Garko accepted on through Bills of Lad; {Scte, St. Vincent, “Grenada and ¥
Actg Parochia’ eagurer, : senittiieatal — ‘argo accepted on ie departure to be &
St. Michsel. ¢ TE W an OVERSEER ing for trans-shipment at Trinidad to Aruba. Date of depa q
1.12.51—8n | pry cet tay
aapiiee- MALVERN ACADEMY British Guiana, Leeward and Windward a. dcop ‘capenina $
- tions in writing will be received on or oe ears. Islands. rary s ; j
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH before 15th December 1961 addressed to} Registered and Approved sce re ee i oe 2
} HEREBY give notice that I have! tie Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates Department of Education | pres WITHY & Co. Lid. i ee
eppointed the New Vestry Room adjoin-| 1:4 ‘parbados Co-op. Bank Ltd, Marhili| 4 entrance examination for the year TRINIDAD
ing the Vestry Room, Oistin, as the place ¢ , Bridgetown. The successful appli- | 1952 will be held at this school og Ew 466669665666 266 6669608
where al} persons duly qualified to vote cons will be required to take up duties on| 14th December at 10 a.m. _

at any election of Vestrymen for the said
Parish may assemble on Monday the
7th day of January, 1952, between the
hours of 10 and 11 o'clock in the morn-
ing to elect a Vestr~ for the Parish of
Christ Chureh for the year 1962.

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochia] Trecsurer
Christ Chyrch.
1.12.51—In

|



PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH .
I HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room at the Dis-
pensary as the place where~all persons
culy qualified to vote at y election
of Vestrymen for the said Parish r
assemble on Monda:, the Tth day
January, 1952,



a





ol
between the hours of 10
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the year 1952.

A. T. KING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Joseph.
1.12.51—3n



PARISH OF ST. PETER
I HEREBY give notice to all persons
duly qualified to vote at the election of
Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have




TRUCKS—Two Fordien Thames Ston| I HEREBY give notice that a Licens- | fPpointed the | Parish Hoon, aa
Trucks in good working order. Done | tng Session for the granting of Certificates | Oo meet on Monday, the 7th day
ander 8,000 miles. For particulars Apply | for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for oe Tisiiate: Tale. Sateben ae Meare: on
W. 1. Biscuit Co., Ltd. Phone 4337 the Parish of St. George and that part of 10 anal ° i afniawks ix thie seraea ae

4.12.51—6n | Christ Church within the jurisdiction 1 Vestry for the Paria’ w St Peter
of the Police Court, District "B" will be ae brie dae he Parish o ete
. held at District “B’ Police Court x lor the year : 4s eee
ELECTRICAL Thureday the 20th day of December 1901, Parochial Treasurer,

at 11 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 30th day of November 1951
Cc. W. RUDDER,

Magistrate, Dist



(2) JUKE BOX—One Juke musical box,
lays twelve records for one shilling, in
food working order. Ring 4908, Barbados
Agencies. 29.11.51—6n

REFRIGERATOR: One (Electrolux)
Of Burning Refrigerator in perfect
order Apply to T. Sydney Kinch,
‘lantations New Building, Phone 8270,
w 3070. 21 11.51—12n



Police



LICENSE SESSION

i LIQUOR

at the Police Court District “D" or
Wednesday the 19th day of December
1951 at 11.00 am
Dated this 3rd day of December 195)
J. R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrat
Distriet “D".
4.12.51—4n

ae
RADIO—One “PHILCO” 9 tube model,
“ondition as new. No reasonable offer
efused The Standard Agency (B'dos) j
Ce. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620. 4.12.51—I1n



A ls esicke
LIVESTOCK
PUPS—Pur- Bred Bull Master Pups.
\oply Mrs. John Goddard. Dial 97%,

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION



MECHANICAL

“RECORDON" Dictating Machines, ¢
oOmplete with all actessories. Apply The
arbados Import & Export Co., Ltd
Phone 2959.

for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. James will be held at
the Police Court District “E" Holetow:



at 11.00 a.m
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E", Holetown.
4.12.51—4n

°4.12.51—4n

a
TYPEWRITER — One “UNDERWOOD”
& Carringe Standard typewriter, Block
etter type only, suitable for shipping or









Spe,
4.12.51—1n



1 HEREBY give notice that a Licens¢
ing Session for the granting of Certifi-
cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the parish of St. Thomas will be held

I HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates

On Friday the 2ist day of December 1951



St.

PARISH OF 8ST. JAMES
i HEREBY give notice that
appointed the Vestry Room
Parish Church as the place where all
persons duly qualified to vote at any
election of Vestrymen for the said Parish
may assemble on Monday, the 7th day
of January, 1952 between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the ear 1952.
P. H. TARILTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. James
i

:

I

have

near the

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PARISH OF ST. JOHN

I HEREBY give notice that

3
appointed the Vestry Room at the Parish

have

Church as the place where all persons
duly qualified to vote at any election
of Vestrymen for the said Parish,
assemble on Monday, the 7th {
January, 1952, between the hours of 10
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
2 Vestny for the Parish of St. John for
the year 1952.



H. 8S. FRASER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. John
1.12.51
—

on



nsurance office. Best offer accepted. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 1 Wer tie sitiee ton I have

Apply :— The Standard Agency (B'dos) The application of Edna Jordan, shop- appointed the Vestry Room near the
©. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620 4.12.51—In | keeper of Roebuck St., _ St 4 sclcheel, Parish Church as thé place whe
—————— | holder of Liquor License No. 709 aes persons duly qualiled to vote at

MISCELLANEVUUS anted to Cecelia Jordan in respect Of | ciection of Vestrymen for the said Paris



AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink and | $ppesite Gulstone, Roebuck St., City for

Vhite, sizes 32~—38, $1.50. Modern Dress rmission to use said L

i y ¢,, at said premises, Roebuck St., City
hope 4.12.51—-6n | "Dated this 3rd day of December 1951
BOAT-One Fishing Bont—ready for To:--G. 2 ae ; i

e. New sails and all equipment Ag. Police ‘AT sae

Apply Mrs. Colin Carter, Palmetto Disttiny ' RETA LEWIS,
square. 4.18.51—2n iMaike



for Applicant.



COKE--A quantity ‘of Foundry Coke for



ttom floor of a 2 storey wall building

dquor License

N,B.—This application will be consid-



may assemble on Monday, the 7th day
of January, 1952, between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the Parish of St, Lacy for
the year 1952.

OSWALD DEANE,

Parochial Treasurer,
St. Lucy
1.12,51—3r

PARISH OF ST, PHTIP



nmediate delivery >) 71. Biscuit | ted at a Licensing Court to be held at I HEREBY give notice that I have ap
‘o,, Ltd. Phone ago, % Weaaote én | Police Court, District “A” on ‘Thursday | pointed the Chureh Boys’ School neat
the ‘13th day of December, 1951 at 1) /the Parigh Church, as the place wher

CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation | lock, an, parishioners of the parish of St. Philly
eather handbags. Two for $1.00, Plastic G, B. Sere and other persons duly qualified to vote
endbags with shoulder strap in a Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist at any Election of Vestrymen for the
ariety of colours 98 cents, 4.12:51—1n shid Patish, may assemble on Monday
4.12,51—6n 7th day of Januany, 1952 between the



CHRISTMAS CAROLS.--A supply of
hese just received “O come all ye] ef of Black Rock, St. Michael, for permis-
oithful"; “Hark the Herald Ang-\s sing”; sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
fa Dulei Jublio", “Once in Royal David's a beard and shingled shop at corner of
r'; “God rest you merr? gentlemen": | Beckwith and Wellington Streets, City
Shepherds watch"; “We three Dated this 3rd day Of Deeomber 1951
“The first Nowell"; ete. Dial | to;—~G. p. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Da. Costa & Co. Ltd. Electrical Ag. Police Magistrate,
} partment. 4.12.51—6n District “A”

IONE RILEY,

Applicant,
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at

The application of Tone Riley, shopkeep-



————
AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A
ovely assortment of American Christmas
Carts in boxes of 16 different Cards,
her Cute



« and uncommon. Clearing | police Court, District “A” on Thursday
't $2.00 per box. You could call at our|the 13th day of December, 1951 at 11
Mee and see them immediately. The] g'elock, a.m.
Standard Agency (B'dos) Co, 14 Swan : G. B. GRIFFITH,
St Dial 3620, 4.12.51—I1n Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.

manfenen energie 4.12.51—1n
ee HOUSE—Complete with furni- -
ture an lights. Apply—- Holywood, FORM
Corner St. Matthias, Hastings. IL.

4.12.51—1n

FOR WOODWORKERS
CROID INSOL WATERPROOF POW-
DER GLUE, Obtained at all leading Hard-
ware Stores. The General Agenay Co.,
(B'ds.) Ltd., 14 High Street
2.12,51—6n0

The Land Acquisition Act,
1949

(Notice required by Section 5)

THE acquisition, for public purposes,
— of the following parcels of land con-
GALVANISED SHEETS — A limited!taining One rood and seven perches
juality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft. to| more or less situate at the District of
iO ft, Attractive prices, Enquire Auto! Saint Christopher in the parish of Christ
Tyre Co. Phone 2696. 1.12,61—t.f.n.| Church in the Island of Barbados
— - described in the Schedule hereto and
more particularly shown and delineated
n black, pale pink or blue, Strapless and | and coloured Pink on a plan of survey
ribbon trimmed, Our own design. A| signed by Mr, C. K. Nichols, Sworn
wonderful “special” present at $12 andj} Surveyor, and dated the 5th day of
‘13. The Turtble Shop, Marine Hotel. May 1951, and filed in the office of the
4.12.51—1n | Colonial Engineer having been decided

on by the Governor with the approval
“OLIVE BLOSSOM"’—D Class Yacht, | of both Houses of the Legislature of the
winner of last year's Trophy. No reason- ;Island of Barbados by resolution of the
oble offer refused. Phone 2959 — 8285./ Houses of the Legislature, it is hereby
4.12.51—4n [{ declared in pursuance of Section 5 of

———— —~—— !the Land Acquisition Act, 1948, that

OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES: jthe said lands have been acquired for
hey make good Xmas presents, Choose | the following purposes; For increasing









NIGHTIES, of glamour soft cotton lace











from large assortment at IMPERIAL | school buildings and furnishing play-
OPTICAL CO., Lower Broad St. grounds for Saint Christopher's Girls’
30.11.51—5n | School,
THE SCHEDULE
SPRING CUSHION UNITS—Ready ALL THAT parcel of land containing

packed Spring Cushion Units, just ready

one robd and seven perches adjoining
for padding and covering at a price of

lands of Saint Christopher's Girls’ Sehooi

$2.00 each The Standard Agency|in the parish of Christ Chureh and
B'dos) Co. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620. bounding on lands of M, Hazlewood on
4,12.51—1n | lands of A, Clarke on lands of Estwick

a

SPECIAL OFFER OF 2 PiECE TIN

Kirton on lands of the said Saint
Christopher's Girls’ School and on the





ROASTERS—Two useful sizes, 12” 11%] public Highway and particularily shown
t $1.92 and 12%" 8+ at $1.41, Obtain-| and delineated on the plan thereof dated
ble at HARRISON'S HARDWARE |the 15th day of May 1951, certified by
‘TORE, Broad St. 2.12.51—3n{/C, K. Nichols, Sworn Surveyor.

. area — Dated this twenty-seventh day of



TOYS; Inflated Rubber Toy Animals. | November 1951, at Government House in






Large Size American Plastic Dolls, All| the Island of Barbados.

ne Price, 84 cents cach, Modern Dres ALFRED SAVAGE,

Shoppe 4.12. 51—6n Governor,
—_——__ —_—- 1,12, 61-
WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine

Leather in varicty of Multicolours,
with zipps all around also photo compart-





ments Makes a fine Christmas Gift PD
*1.80 ands $288. Modern Dress Shoppe. A, M. WEBB
4.12, 51-—
STOCKBROKER.

XMAS CRACKERS! Please see us be-
fore ‘qu buy! Thank you. John F. Hut-

son Ltd., Shepherd Street Barbados Investments,

Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street, Bridge-
town (upstairs Phoenix
Pharmacy.

4.12,51—3n

| ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS



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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

hours of 10 and 11 a.m. to elect a Vestry
for the Parish of St. Philip for the year
1952.
P. 8. W. SCOTT,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
1,12.51—3r

PARISH OF ST.





NDREW
I HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Fsom near the

Almshouse as the place where all person
iuly qualified to yote at any election of

Vestrymen for the said Parish mas
assomble on Monday, the 7th day of
January, 1952, between the hours of 1(

end 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the Parish of St. Andrew

for the year 1952.
@! AL SKINNER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Andrew.
112,51—3¢r





PARISH OF
i HEREBY give notice
duly qualified to Vote at the clection
of Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have
appointed the St. George's Vestry Roon
as the place where all such persons ma)
meet on Monday, the 7(h day of January
1952, between the hours of 10 and 1
o'clock in the morning to elect a Vestr)
for the Parish of St. George for the
year 1962.

ST. GEORGE »
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HASSETT AND MILLER
JENTURIES

(From HAROLD DALE)
SYDNEY, Dec. 3,
Centuries by Hassett and Miller playing on a perfect
batsmen’s wicket to-day laid the foundatinns of a substan-
West Indies.
and finally



HHT C€

tial Australian first inning

Ramadhin found the pitch utterly unresponsive
lost his length and was heavily punished. The best bowler
West Indies lost most ground
in the last hour of the day when tired fielding yielded a

or tt e day was Goddard. The

harvest of runs.

The third day began in bright ¢p,





sunshine with a moderate wind wicket
olowit acros the wicket as’ jmr
Hasse nd Miller camé out to en- dare
deavour to consolidate Australia

position Goddard opened with

Valentine and Ramadhin to use
the old ball. Both bowled maiden
overs to start with, but it w

ent that the effects of th



morning use of the roller ‘
deadened the wicket down to
point where neither could rai
more than the merest vestige ¢
spin.

Once Valentine raised the ball
waist-high from a good length, but ‘
that was the only sign of life in ‘
a pitch that was obviously goin

«

LINDSAY HASSETT
to be no help to bowlers at least their

in the first hour, a

Ramadhin when play began, but

ventured to turn several runs
neatly oif the leg stump.

Both men were bowling to a
curious field that seemed to hold
out no hope of wickets to Valentine
at least.

He had one slip and the remain-

shoe about halfway to the
boundary. Ramadhin
the stumps more consistently and

presumably could more logically pre-lunch
dispense with the normal slip field, dard who had been the only

but the effect of placement wag Ww
make fours easy to the Australians
who had only to pierce this halt
hit field to find no further obstacle
between the ball and the fence.

Miller having watched a while,
turned Ramadhin for four and off
his next over straight drove him
for four and pulled him for four
off successive balls.

The nearest Hassett came to
danger was when he followed one
from Ramadhin almost into Wal-
cott’s gloves. Apart from that, the
score mounted steadily and 50 for
the partnership arrived after 61
minutes,

Miller in the next over from
Valentine twice proved the folly
of having nobody on the bound-
ary He cut for four to where
there was no third man and drove
past Goddard at cover—again to
the fence.

Seeing his spinners almost help-
less Goddard took the new_ ball
when it was due und Jones
replaced
bowled five overs for 17 runs this
morning.

Immediately we saw an ortho-
dox field set and there seemed to
be in this at least more promise
of a wicket. Gomez came on at
the other end and off his fourth
ball Miller placed a_ switching
shot that Rae at forward square-



a gO s hands t failed me
leg got his hands to but failed etiucie: ‘hike

to hold.

Miller who was now placing

very freely with beautiful strokes One grave respect but this did not
along the ground came to his 50 prevent
in 96 minutes having hit six fours. both
Hassett too was feeling his way Wicket
hundred and dred
60 when 200 Test
either si

very capably to his
had 75 to M
came up in

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to relieve







minutes.
gnal for Goddard

although he had kept a good

length probably finding the cross for Ramadhin at the
wind nullifying his inswinger. and

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of one, God-

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expand
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partnership

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against Has-
least

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front i

to one that

Gomez's ex-
cellent
tinued
in
that
moment,

economical

for
growing . tendency
through the slips.

¢ame back and bowled a maiden.
At the interval Hassett was pot
81 and Miller was not out 66. The
score
st
vho had pulled a. thigh muscle.
Miller continued
partnership after lunch on
wicket that
Hassett was apprehensive to and in conditions of dead calm,
After three
gfaduaily as he came to realise the
that we litle spin bowler was Conditions
under such a big handicap he and they
mistakes
accidental
that
little hope of disturbing them.

could

€

; Valentine
der of his men in perfect horse- but refrained from
casional long hops and full tosses
attacked that came from his partner.









aNd iia cnn asinine

Valentine who had =

to
wis achieving with

ion that was bringing the ball

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steadily

taking neat

he reached his

Jones who had not that nothing could unsettle either
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KEITH MILLER apparéiitly makes a brilliant

Sydney, but when Keith hit
ball. Thus reprieved,



into some severe ‘punishment,
Hassett off-driving him for four
and Miller doing likewise. The
partnership went to 150 and God-
dard now obviously tiring gave
way to Valentine.

Millér immedtatety cut him for
a perfect four, followed it with a

“< single regained the bowling when
; Hassett took a single and nudged

one through the slips to reach his
century,

It had taken him just over three
hours and contained twelve fours.
Now With the batsmen havihg
completed their hundreds we had
in extraordinary period of slow
scoring.

Hassett is never fast at any time
but the large crowd now expécted
action—and didn’t get it.

Eventually when Worrell struck
him on the pads a_ tremendous
appeal came from the spectators
but not from Worrell, And having
appealed the crowd unanimously
gave Hassett out,

The game had taken on almost
the solemnity of a graveyard when
filler broke sequestered silence
by sudd-nly lofting an off-driven
four off Valentine. Urged on by the
crowd Miller began to brighten
his attitude but the passive Hassett
remained gravely discreet at all
times,

A chop down the gully from
Miller meant this pair had put on
200—an immense reverse for the
West Indies who could not fai] to
remember how Walcott had un-
happily dropped Hassett at seven.
Such things happen to every
wicketkeeper but this happening
had now assumed the most critical
consequences.

Noticing a puff of dust from
one area off the field Goddard
hopefully brought back Ramadhin
but although there was a little dust
in the outfield the wicket was still
plumb and unresponsive.

Ramadhin's greeting was to be
driven for two fours in three balls
by Miller who was now more than
willing to respond to the crowd’s
demand for action.

He lashed out at Ramadhin and
once completed the full circle
of swing without connecting and
fell over on-his back.

A Valentine who recognising
his lack of spin on this day had
shrewdly paid great attention to
bowling on the wicket now
reaped his reward.

With the total at 331 he bowled
a good length on the offstump
and Miller chopped the ball down
into his wicket. Miller bowled
Valentine 129. Four for 341.

Graeme Hole, hero of the
Brisbane Test came out to join
his Captain but lasted only two
overs. Valentine still plugging
away at the stumps bowled him

so on the offstump. Hole bowled
Valentine one. Five for 345,

When Lindwall came in, God-
dard took the new ball and Hassett
at last incautious after six and a
half hours stabbed at a ball from
Jones swinging slightly away.
Christiani made an excellent ankle
high catch in the gully. Hassett
caught Christiani bowled Jones
132. Six for 348.

Gomez at the other end failed te
strike ‘a length immediately and
was ondriven by Lindwall for
two successive fours, but when
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total it was by means of an anti-
climax — four leg-byes. Jones‘
wicket had been well deserved

{is inclusion in the side will onr-
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caught Walcott bowled Jones 5,
Seven for 372.

Lindwall and Ring now joined in
a vigorous and fruitful stand. They
had come together when the field
was tiring and the standard of
fielding fell away badly. With
loose shots and a widely swung
bat Lindwall was able to forcé
fours to most parts of the field.
Together they brought up the 400.

Kamadhits was brought back
but was met with three ondriven
fours from Ring and the part-
nership had added 50 in 41 min-
utes and Ramadhin had taken
none fer 106.

A good deal of this was at-
tributable to poor fielding and the
lack of men on the boundary.

Time after time with ball
forced through men in halfway
positions there was nobody left
to cut it: off.

Lindwall and Ring both enjoyed
the benefit of this until late in
the evening. At last two men were
stationed to save the drives.

But even so the 450 came up
and the West Indies were now
well behind.

The scores:
AUSTRALIA Ist Innings

Morris ¢ Walcott b Jones
Archer c Weekes b Gomez
Hasset c Christiani b Jones
Harvey c Gomez b Goddard
Miller b Valentine
Hole b V ine
Johnson ¢ Walcott b Jones
Lindwall run out
Ring c Ramadhin b Valentine
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Christiani went on to topscore with 76 runs. It was the first ball that
Christiani reeeived and was from lan Johnson.

Langley not out
oF tone b Valentine
Extras
on

BOWLING ANALYSIS

° M R
Jone a 5 68
Gomez 1 2 a7
Worrell ll &
famadhin 4l 7 143
Valentine 305 8 int
Goddard 24 6 55



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Police Courts and Court of
Grand Sessions 10.00 a.m.

Drama Group, Extra-Mural
Group 4¢ the British
Council, “Wakefield” 5.00
p.m.

Mobile Cimema at Checker
Hall Plantation yard, St.
Licy 8.00, p.m.

Film by LC.L “Nobel Be-
gan It,” “Rock of Indus-
try’ at the British Coun-
cil, “Wakefield” 8.00 p.m.

Sunrise; 6.00 a.m,

Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

Moon; New, November 28

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 8.52 a.m. 8.36
pm,

Low Tide: 2.15 a.m., 2.44
p.m,





YESTERDAY’S
WEATHER REPORT

From Codrington
Rainfall; Nil
Total rainfall for Month to
date; 85 in,
Highést Temperature: .85 °F
Lowest Temperature: 70.5
°

Wind Velocity
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.988
(3 p.m.) 29.893

7 miles per



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ARTS AND CRAFTS

@ From page 3.

of exhibits, including work from
Dominica and St. Lucia, and from
the Art Groups of Trin and
Antigua. Much of the work

of high quality and of great inter-
est and variet It was therefore
all the more to be regretted that
later attendances were disappoint-
ing; this was possibly attributabie
to very bad weather during the
first week of the exhipition, and
subsequently to the coincidence of
the Inter-Colonial cricket match.




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The Exhibition of the Antigua
Art Group was held in September.
Members of the Society sent a
number of exhibits, 13 oil-paint-
ings and 4 water-colours.

Studio Classes

Life Ciass. A life cla was
held weekly at the Studio through-
out the year. A small number of
people attended. It is to be re-
gretted that more young people
on leaving school do not take
advantage of this class.

Other classes:

(a) A free class in drawing
and painting was held at Har-
rison College for pupils from all
schools.

(b) A free class in drawing and

painting was held at Bay Street
Boys’ Club; the Society ent a
acher.

(c) Mrs, Hawkins held a cla



in embroidery. There was a very
poor attendance.

(d) A class in lettering was
odvertised in the press, but no
applications for membership were
received,

General Activities

Avsociation of Cultural Societ-
ies: The Society continues to pay
an annual subscription to the
Association, and is grateful for the
financial help received for the
payment of tuition fees. Our

Committee, however, has for long
been dissatisfied with the ad-
ministration of the Association,
and entirely disagree witn its

olicy. Mrs. White and Mrs. Ince
have continued as the Society's
delegates. Mrs. Ince reports that
one Council meeting was sum-
moned during the year. At this
meeting, which she attended, a
strong resolution was passed that
the Association should resume its
regular Council meetings and
should call a general meeting as
soon as was possible. Since then
there have beén no meetings. At
the June meeting of this Com-
mittee Mrs. Ince informeq mem-
bers that she had felt obliged to
resign, in protest, from the Coun-
cil, as she could not continue to
be associated with an organisation
run on such unconstitutional lines.







Needlework Group: The Needle-
work Group, formed in June, 1950,
continued to work throughout the
rest of the year, Enough work
had been completed to enable an
exhibition to be held at Queen's
Park House in October. A fair
amount of interest was shown by
residents and by visitors to the
island. About one third of the
work on view was sold, and a
number of orders were given
Much valuable criticism was offer-
ed; the general opinion was that
for the quality of the work prices
were too high. The Committee
agreed that more training was
needed, but it was impossible te
find a teacher. Mr. Maurice Cave
the Cottage sift Shop on <@
bought a quantity of goods for re-

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sale, at a price allowing a reason-_|

able profit to the Society, and
turther goods were takén over by)
aie or return basis. On being
ipproached regarding his co-j
cperation im helping to establish,
the work of the group as the|
nucleus of a minor industry Mr.
Cave regretted that he was un-
able to do more at the moment,
as he considered the prices too
igh for the commercial market.
At the December meeting of the
Committee it was decided that the
financial affairs of the Needlework
Group be wound up as soon as
possible, the work in hand com-
pleted, and the employment of
the four girls be terminated on
15th December. Subsequent com-
ments by informed visitors have
confirmed the general view that
the standard of the work is not
sufficiently high, and it has re-
cently been found advisable to
reduce the margin of profit on
work still remaining to be sold. An
adjustment in kind has been made
to Mr. Cave.

Island Coltection of 2intings.
(On show at present in the Pub-
lic Library).

The Society will welcome as
gifts paintings of quality to be add-
ed to the collection they have
tarted. Mrs. A. L. Gill has kindly
given 2 of Caro Gill’s paintin:
and 4 charcoal studies. Eleven pic-

« tures and a modelled head now

form the nucleus of what, we hope,
will grow into a really good repre-
sentative collection for the en-
joyment and benefit of the people
of Barbados.



License

Cancelled

The Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal Mr. H. A.
Vaughan and Mr. Hanschell yes~
terday ordered the driver's licence
of Elton Bartlett of Lodge Road
Christ Church, to be cancelled. In
making this order, the Judges
varied a decision of Police Magis-
trate Mr. C. W. Rudder who sus-
pended the licence,

Bartlett was fotind guilty of
driving the lorry X-404. along
Vauxhall Road on August 22 in a
manner dangerous to the public.
He has 14 otheg traffic corivictions.

The Police Magistrate, besides
suspending the licente, imposed a
ine of £10 to be paid in five in-
stalments or three months impris-
onment,

Capt, W. A. Farmer, Superin-
tendent of Police, who was driving
along Vauxhall Road at the time
the offence was committed, gave

evidence, He said that X-404 and!

wnother lorry X-917, swung the

corner below Barrack Hill at a;]}

very fast rate and _ continued
through the Vauxhall Village at a
very fast rate.

He caught up with the lorries
at the major road, At the time they
were driving fast,
were walking the road. A donkey
cart was parked on the southern
side.

In his opinion the lorries were
travelling at about 38 to 45 miles
an hour and were evidently rac-
ing.

The Police Magistrate fined the

other lorry driver, Renold Robin-|!

|son, also of Lodge Road, £6. He,

4, too appealed, but his case was

oe adjourned.

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f %  ESTABLISHED 1895 AUSTRALIA ALLOUT FOR 517 RUNS West Indies Have 155-Run Deficit (Knmi IIAKOI.I) DALfc) SYDNEY Dei-ember 4. The We1 I .in job this morning was to part Lindwall and Ring and then proceed to the quick execution of the tail< They had elmoet immediate success in the first half of their t.isk bui encountfrfeti unexpected and somewhat humiliating resistance in the second half. Lindwall had only Unie Ii> drive lei stump while the slip fieldsmen Ranudhiu for four before, he •'... held their heads ID astonishment Involved In an extraordinary out Kmlayed i i sight all eras EUrnndhlti sauntered in from mid-on t lake the catch i aught Rsmadhu I ith otd) tiro i.ihiiits left still the W successfully. Bill . to off drive l-ith Vah %  Ramadhiit--.i prgcttee ii*-* began 1o follow with spectoci.i to score. The touch of humoui hi his sudden accession of batting feature was Kae' was not Wing iippreriatixl LindwalL Ha l.mdwjll bounced om Stollmeyer r.nd hit hint fall on the head Trie Latsman dropped with 1 crash and nhed in to assist him After two minutes ef wslttnsj Uff| Stollmeyer indicated to the applause Dl the crowd thut h WMfid rig Tflll ndo when Stollmeyer limped to the wicket. rubbed his head snd tun Fqu'in* for four with a moot excellent stint. i h id i % %  scored M ven runs snd attituae to playing h by Islanders who saw in eve y ,. ith easy eonttder.ee. Umch score REDS AGREE TO ARMS FREEZE %  cow %  led the prtncipli i %  %  %  i %  Rid h'OIR Jl St' p't indies no wickets lot H I n, Stollmeyer N, Y. Steamships Raise Rates NEW YORK. Dec 3. The New York Steamship HIM I i age increase •nd'ss* Mb \I..'MVI' ta*a," P" %  "> on r.t.s to Haitian iZ..l.r. h:..f %  !-. bOg !" %  ll '-'?* %  lalSS M other |ii!-. m the Car new boundary more and probability of an All tory if they should fail to make a really substantial score in thci. second IMHHKEncouraged by the success of Johnstone, Langley also began to see if he could actually score runs and found that he oould. He pushed one here and two there in between J oh list one's clumping es and before Valentine put an end u Howler* hn0 Australia a '""oase in operating need nearl> 25n : two hlM Uon 10 the Increased eientiv remote posni.iiiu to be foata to the port rt New York the •yifc hut ,.niv |usl ssfc So WO (Steamship contVrsncsa are UUng had to be made to force .. dfS* 'S close look at the congested sltu3toilme> er's sSreta) n %  majority "' Cartooean right leg had -tiU • vered ports which the lines report to be %  o Wilfred fengusori es I bousing conaio^feole turn %  round run for him. %  and a consequent h Rae took a leg turn for three iIn oxpei II' it! l. %  Hi— t over •ind cut< Miller for another three in the next over. The wtcttet itiU hfeie ..t IM stage apd neither fast bow I preciable Ufl StoUmeyei once plkyed ovet %  from Miller so that II DO] ) l| left hip and rolled Just by As King May Visit West Indies In liarly '52 r>r <>*" fo-iMpwidn Tin. HAnnoitR rswH n\> -lnui i'i b .^'ui IN Ten Fishing Boats Destroyed SIXTY DAMAGE!* BOAT OWNERS SHOULD REPORT Host Owners who -ullried las* or djmssr lo their rfafl during the rough -'on Sunday nisht llecember 2. should report lo the I I-" mis oili. .r itl InoRtee al ihr Reef. M. bDi heel The los* or damaae inrurrrd. and the ssSesSa at the Skippers and crew arise were attached to these boal* on the 2nd of IM-ccmbrr NDON, 1>T 3 The Kiim will probably visit the We i hidie In eeTly SpHnjj. %  %  warm sea vOraR and his Secretaries .i. at work with plans for brief untiring visIts. Bui • • no confirmation from Hurkingham PalSce officials of Saturdn. Ii>il\ Expres* report Oiat the king accompanied bj the Queen Ould cruise in We-.t lndi.ui %  the battleship Vaaiuaril calls at Jamaica nnd the Bahamas. Palaee officials say thai DO yet l*en announced. But nelthei %  II dsaueB, and refill ronsidefitlion of various possibilities points to the West Indies as number one choice. J For ore thing, it is unlikely. that the King would wish a cruise in foreign waters, and this seems to rule out the Medller-' nean. The possibillrie. remaining are South Africa, Australia, and 'he Went Indies Australia h Out Australia can he ruled out In ew of Ihe fact that Pnncess Dbnbeth and the Duke of Edinburgh ill bo going there early Soutl! Afrlrii -ecms unlikely: because the King's doctors would not wish him to b* uuthei iws) tit.m absolutely neccaaao'. This leaves the Weel Indlei srtuch an> eon I nearer to Britain. been pointed out. t course, that the King he goes, will not undt J ssduou pubUc engage%  ncnts. Ii< i i,., %  i Imposed upon him, l^tst time the KINK WHS In UM> West Indie was ui 1927 when, as .">uke i>f York, he visited JaTEN FISHINC BOATS I nnd fiO considerably damaged iquall after squall, lashed itn night and yesterday. Uoatslli.it were anchored were only htcky it they wenwaves and dashed to hits aionfl coi.i i:< nil fiiis HELP THE FISHERMEN Over sixty Hsninc bests were damaged by Sunda inilil %  bull ISBSh "i i in lunwuui-m-. i.in,on ii. ui iish.ini.il ea*S been BaTSWI out of Jobs. These llshermen drkprralel> need help Not only •re in. v mil oi Mork nou. but they have lorn Uieir mean* of livelihood. Ihr %  Barbadu, Adtttcate haa opened a fund lo help feed and dothe Ihe fishermen over Ihe next lr li.ud i'i..mil.,n,i ui i"i'i iin in In building new boat* Hr appeal lo Wr*S] per% % %  In Rarbados lo eonlrlbule lo ilns fund, not % %  t for humanitarian ressona .I-. for Ihr llsl lag fleet, M lurh NMI.I I„ built if Ihe people of lhi island Bffe l' he properl> f-d Mr* .id* bekis made Ith Ihr banks la rr reive money for Ihe IMn1 filVr NOW: %  re destroyed beyond repeii as heivy leas prompted In e L.-ew.-11'l CotUl on Mtlnn 30 >aids from the ehore not lolded in the mot i i At para i lub. tv." i tu the rougd epan. The AdJuaOi Club took larrlaV i>uu,idihg as on onto tin inci npped loose tloor itoards and %  n inch and .. half thi k in ih. bar were smashed, two .< 1 HI 'I dai i;.i,iK"ii' %  %  ..'.%  J i %  as wetj ( s the lenns %  trikinit %  II %  InllifTi.Kllt i ions swusmuu n i In KIUK'I sea ami ^ en i.Knight lO safety I p %  i llad I ifihltrs MU Missing VA PUM& Lund In Hur,-. II v BUDAPRTl lhc S. tin. I the ah \irf ros plane was foreed .town bj Russian Ughtoi in Hungary am .if. rtie Hun %  Brian coni ,pOl' I I 1 i ili.it the I %  %  i II. %  i i i r s i i %  (luesting Hie Eon Igi Mini ti i loim-h ii with .ill detail. JHSTM luest ihoeih %  : %  %  aboul ihe i Mungailan Hunfl (ailed at font ti.> %  STARTING WORK — ON DISARM, MENT %  D %  %  %  \Presi %  %  until H i in They Sri agate a', ii %  %  '' % %  lo 10 1 .nl i %  i i I ruel i %  %  I %  mark pan I %  %  %  % %  m at j %  % %  Big Bee* i %  %  %  run % %  %  %  %  -IITl 'I %  24 KUlaED IN (A \ ii vi ru: IN fJCte CAIRO, l>.< ;t %  mander of the Egyp" V Brigadier A' %  ; %  md 92 wmnded In th* 1 tfonday in the S %  1 d 1 %  Killed and ot woun ; rr flght i. i r %  i\. bd had %  tout fo %  . %  -., I lot ndu V, I %  ....,.: %  Ill ). I' ,i \ dining Ihe %  It has a ll 10 !> % %  liar seen rtsiruj sbove tm %  Wherevei 'he reed ilong Highway l the i %  [iw lying beech kea t ronderi %  %  I Oi velilo 'i %  •" K"ili | U had to 'he moorings | In every fishing : | in their [fishing gear and olhei bath %  iatn %  'i beichei of the id l P JAP SPINDLES FOR AR(iENTINA Ml.,. 0.1 rj MO Loams to Am. i I need I %  %  %  %  %  i %  p mont. —I'.P. PRESIDENT IMPROVES IH. A VIV %  djUon of T7-yt %  . ,).,. hisrho -.ii Batw scribed w .1 n ol thr, %  on hli r.p Eden Speaks UMUI tegfioiibe Itelief to I iilk NIUIHIS \nthoui %  i %  p N'II .i i inn< I to Falkland lands did in ll lie.l." 1 %  -I til %  mfiwmn%  i a "liaisonMoney** I ills Rod CUH 1 (It.fftrs IH'St. K I . %  %  illy .el, rhe lei n %  %  i Kong I I %  —IT SECOND TK8T MATCH (lose M I'L.x WKST INDUS Jnd buu lor c s#kfj -.'.'I LONDO %  i r MINE KILLS FIVH %  %  %  %  %  K. W. V. %  nrtllM both the "Key' .mil the 'Spirit' for real inio\,i,enl in ihe imiii|! lestive season '. K.W.V. Thooghti lor \inu* will help tl .,.' %  %  the grii I AM A Hf.VeVS • ignon %  ifk) i INo Change Towards China %  %  The owner ol ihrvr bean aahnre b> ihr .i'> v htk alher iN lx %  iv.nservat. .% %  withdrawing Britain's rei n -irfl


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PACE J i( tl\KB.\DOS ADVOCATE TUESDAY. DECEMBER 4. l5l CaAiJb galling S IR CEPHGE SEE!.. Comptrol%  th*ni %  the delegates nt: n MoUuei M m ..I frr. %  '' U|u are Mr. CM%  • of OH %  I %  Engineer.nf SchcLrship M %  of the Barbadoa | %  i i ; A UMK.I1 %  scholarship in sutomo* inie aojfii • Uarvaratt) of Puarlo RJeo. The scholarship • %  worth SI.IKK) (U.S.) a year. [all ha* been a student of lut* since 1948. lo Be Married Shortly L aAVIW lo (lien on tmiraoay r H.W.1A. the Itn'. rlastll House r I.IIIK. b\ BVIA Abu. arriving to The other delegate* who arrived } %  % %  H .i %  Mr. R M. Mu' ray. K ea, Mr. I) I. Matheaon Acting <. I %  i. w I).,„ I. iiion and Mr. I, ). %  ; 'it Ti.iimnr. %  Mr J. A. Ml catlnn Oflli i; Mr v C. %  Pal i ( %  v IUOD Oflkar, Mr, 0, A trail Ion Offlcar, St. Lucia Contribution C ACKAUANK'S new aiincxa <•>( H>m %  ago has tlx rooms and look. SIKWA u i I.IO ....v ,„ n#whal lke an Bnguan cou.^ F former Colonial ;i ,„ torBB b winflowi. Thi icre. is at omen! in Pans with lt ^^ contribution to help cope wif, Mr. Perowne %  Alv.er Alth ||w r1mlng ,„„„„ %„*£ Mr N ii iioimi Mr. Perowne In Paris M Princess Margaret Offered % %  araa Miss "Dots".! m Arab affairs to Iha I'mled Viscount Hyndley and illy t>e m-r-i Amiplmn IMtgaUoO to th,Sixth daughter along with about m flm-n ... in. i, t„ Mr. Edwin SokolGeneral Assembly of the Unitod „, n ,. r guaatl braved the ratal) WHO spent u BOlMLt] :hcr In turn up for Cacrabank AM I" June, session now being held in Parts, Sunday cuny lunch Viscount Si Dots" bad I-.ni/.iUfH Hyndley and his daughter are holibeen I. Dados for over T n E element was announced <•* %  • al lh Co "" Club Sl ana used to stay *lth f „, „ |( %  .„„,„. ,..,„,. ... ,|ie "M > "*" "' Paradise Beach Chib on ht Wlwe-n Ml. N. S. -I rjacoa Road. Lucas, popular intercolonial and On Honeymoon S iHrymoon In and Mln Haas] Ciirrlraiton, Mr., daughter of Mr. C. A Carrtngton Qitien %  • rrinldad who "' Chaa psl de 03 IIWIA ..„ Sunday Trinidad Orchids rtng ,.t iny UKARN thai %  • cqu 1 chid* from Trinidad will with ii w IA in N h.,w at the Annual Bxhlbltton na*t Clyde Cotlai who WM faa Tr ad Sad and is at present in WPC k. The ortMo* arrlvad tor pain* on %  month's holiday. Her lo. motoi ti..n5i.oH A ith this morning. WOCks with Feneirn and 00 IB affway*. Ills wife Is th. TorMr. It F P.irkiiiM.n well known l'.,i t-„r-Spiiln. They wei,mmm OfChld Olrclgf lelts DM that Mi. T-nr^ftn Win.. ZTl?£?r$Sffn!S^*,, f,*"'' %  ? %  %  ', T '"" sh r M i. AND ,„„„. LOM POUI. %  --: r ." ""••--'•'SJ^ • s'o-sir-S s MOW „ n ihn iir.i nri*. He sanft "Orange James Here For A Month A T present holidaying baoos U Miss Hazel Be i H kkyn, I:SA who plan* to mand I .i month. She Is staying' M. L. Scale of W. iCule", I..ind's End. Back From Trinidad RTURNINQ fn.in Trinidad on by B.W I A was Mi ;R r I i I the SI a .M-ph': Churttl on Siitin.i.-.v Venezuelans ANII ana, i^>u— .„ Venezuela on Christmas Show ..ff the i\t pri_ night l-> I..A.V. accom/~ARIH dropped in on the girls Coloured Bay." in sta ehlldran. Mr. \J of Queen's Oolsflaa raagnttji Baaond ptiza went to LudUs Oeneral Msnaaai cd to and than i t at praeUci (<>r CtataBj who *ang "Too Young To v' A Alrttna in Caracas rethen aonual Chrlsl in Kmw." The other contestants mined to Vrn %  %  uid • %  MSat which they plan tn stage en were Martin Haynes who sang ratui BBrtlj i tt '<• • %  '• %  > T at • pan. and tha fol I Deiphton dikes, "it", lotn his fnn.ily on their holiday Unvtuj afUmoOB M 430. Carl Ite-t "BMOuas I V. aid the chudren arc This show is being ,.i Deane "1 Croat My i.i bank. Mr Ma leu almost aoUrab bj Ul* glrtl themFini.i I who H a lawyer in Caracas a also selves and tickets may be obtain d Rich Cake ganlam of the SUIT .. r can _..„ %  T"*,.„, Uv u ,„ f lou, bOUgW a. the door on the DC X ll h %  e i p. A tducation Conference M( „ T1( v „ rt „ r ,„ >1[V B A M" ,)<,LK """'" "' K '"" i"' I I Cacrabank ScdaJ M \" N'D M1LUNGTON. ^TTP^S of L'^cfe T.lkin Point ig AaMataBt Metr— of St C al Institute and Mr. H t*. C, 'HT 0 SECURE n contented •.pinl Michael's Girls' School has passed Polter, Principal of the Govern* measure your o> hvr B.A. London rienernl degr^? ment Training f>insga the three fortunes and not your fortunes b: which Ska took .ailier this year. British Oulana delegates attending your desires.—Jeremy Taylor an now %  lish abo^' with Prince da rieauv... Mho manufacture* them, and ** I the state of Ang)o-Pren b (ions wlU 1 Paul %  Throughout it all lomi of dtf imartesl women in i*. I %  %  with ., resounding fen,. Dtaggad in the \tlut.l>i \ fra %  which she wore for her 21.1 birthday, her hair crowned wl h Iha Princess delighted tv.r somewhat nervous French dan ing partner', with the i of her French and with and spontaneity Of hei i tion. There were two orchs Ii the dance, which was held ,.t nw Intel -Allied Chzb i|, lh. 1si Boshor only once in the rumba room a.id was then persuaded to go other ballroom where a HUOgaH at i tksatrg was plaj as to reduce the crush OB I way leading to the rumba baidj. Frrwn that moment the rum'ss band played to an alma room while nearly l.sou gaasU (each of whom had paid C* '•" ., ticket ) crowded the SOO room for a glimpse of the I'm%  danced until 1.45 am It was the most brilliant soc.sl occasion Paris has seen Among the guests wei Pierre of Monaco. Princess ArI'Axanbarg, :le Hourbon parme. Prtneai \ dee de Broitlle. I'liiueFaucinny-UiclRiie. Sir 1) and Lady Diana Cooper. 0M Baron and Baroness I Rothschild. To-night the Princess i ilh Sn Alfred Old Uidy Ihilt Cooper at their Left-bank flat — ,oiii|)..ny with MaM Jennifer Bevan and I-ord Plunket. Ah, Paris THE Bolivian Ambassador in not ( gel l in Rcls. who A Scooter %  aJ un t of LatinIB oratory, he 11 claim without a flicker of a mtle that the ITN decision to move to Paris was made "on political ana moral grounds alone.'' siding; Pretty i HAVE ;uit seen a lettei from Paru'. principal theatre. t Ii e Saw, addressed !o •oaaaaaa srho had aaads .. raasr* I a dress circle teat ,r the theatre. Th t letter reads "You will be seated in the Oral row between Mine. and M. 1 would like to inform yOu i lady fnend will hive •iara or leatr.ei* and long white gloves." I am told that this is an idea of the new %  reretary of the theatre. M Fr-nk Bauer, who has decided that henceforth the spectacle In the dresa circle must be worthy of the spectacle on the stage. The front rows of the drass circle are now reserved exclusively for stage and screen stars members of the Fren, cracy and of the international •at To underline their quality Iff hai Insisted on the Bd white glove rule. Carner. Into Kabelab. EXHIBIT! O \ The Show af the Year : Where All Meet KEEP YOUR HAIR IN THAT FASCINATING STYLE — by using — the FAMOUS: • Black A White POMADE .. PLl'KO m HOTiRO HAIR PREPARATIONS OF CLASS AND DISTINCTION Remrmber :— KOm BVBQ IIK1STMAS KEqilRKMIM is obtainable at BOOKERS is D OS, DRUG STORES LTD. BROAD STREET HASTINGS (Alpha Pharmacy I BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber an American new* that wooden eggs-cups are sodden coat, looked like a photoe-llst and the being made which will last 100 grapher In action. i m ratyears. However, I notice that the day. In the Replacement %  nation at headline referred to a man l" T irv %  v got the lauranl the ,. He -..id. -I'll have a Cote If..lie. the great cgc-eup factory near fell into ;( ditch, and threw his but not loo underdone Wh.it ltrinui..^-. u.e angn' designers, BOCk at the conductor <>; would go u ith it" "| should try," moulder*. Ilnlshors, tappers, bendII only I srafg not so obsessed n-lne-waiter, ,. Lottie .f erg, pactora, and loaders are with art, I should haveread %  On." <e thrown awi.y %  ftsg each meal." Titfnty ivam / I'prtmr I '-pilE headline "Wet Sock Thro' l At Conductor'' I-* •i. -with plant) of Snihhti hit* out J rUria 10 SCUrlt) by a report drawn up % %  > business ni Which the |ck inlvei nies is dvDntrad to endow .. Cbalr o( K^ile.nianship I dd. in interview. "II U. not Latlll I -nnh enables Qttr execu. t.ni.k i.|> new il.-iiM'for .."g •ales-resistance, and if your teeth are beginning to look . French pcetry me back to the Salzburg Festival I' 1 ;",",'^' "! will not help you. Doe. a knowof IMS. when, in (hacking to nv ul ledge of Qhaucei or Milton really tha dripping macintosh thrown b, a > %  Pniri ." %  !,. ,. iiie ailvirtisemenl n young Czech student, Herr ri -'" i the attitude 10 Ufa of Bursting lost his balance and fell „,','.„, ..., Euripides relevant t,. OMdern busfrom the rostrum like a rattan last !" i aaaaa iness problem.'" Has Home. .i apple into the lap of a lady viol*;^' i""'" _• riessngr for the men who are putllUSt. Tlie macintosh swathed !" ing over the n. a drive la mako itself round Hustiguul's hoad. i *• o this country Snlbbn-conscious?" and tempiirarily silenced that noisiest of mammals. Short %  tor*' wet macintt*h, thrown by T HE disappearance of tho ) vlaI tounst. became draped ov-. . H irp, So that the harpist weekj Crwn the Atomic Expert*" 1 rl >" •'•' """* a corn r of ,hr mental Station at Gorplchurst __^ — eemod la tadleafai thai awneinl^ | wat wrong, A rapid chach oi Uhs made on thi d furthe. group of 18 crossed to DM Continent, revealed that all the %  were Communists. Hoi the pubiu was reaasured hi Govennsenl itatement thai none of the nnaalng met in unportoul inlomiatlon. n was %  1 II Ii* in.He .. nd onhj live ware left, that an b U rnanded. nee packed then king care to include any seetet papei overlooked by their eoUsaguaa, Only a nhttnVwatenBau ranyjUnad to cniicct the last of the documents. After two day* he loo, danortad, and was last seen embarking at Dover. Asked where ; going, he leplied. jestingly. &&C Ratlin Programme I'KHUAV. UECKMORH 4. 1SSI JM PrastanuM e.-.i.n 31 i.II lil" Onho.ln I1,..t. TtW Hr, II 10 pi.) N<-< tz. ... Calhrdul 4 U p m Brmprlni. 3 on p . a ii, r Wwk. lllpm Strat%  in Wrl>h Uuiini' %  i: imr ParSSht, S U p n. ISO pin Thr N. M, tllpm (-rlrkoi Day*i i'Uv m aatassl i,m. Hk Common U %  II U %  Htsj thj %  >• Rat* A I-..i 10 10 p m l.n.i Tlie Tmpii PRIMO CAKNERA has bee ad by a French film directo l'rin.r M\R(.ARi:T Michel de Bry. as s potemi After watching Car-; wss more responfinie than any neras facial gj'mnastics at recent i Iha United all-tn wrestling bouU in Paris, de | Nations to Paris, praised the etty llrv bag picked him to play the t,ot giant Panta^ruel in a forthcoming it town hut a radiant sun the ni m on Itat-clal*ian heroes. tneating place of nw i *awg*>*td with lh* garment of man which ha haIdas T h.ve received assurity |ht inces that it won't inter;. one city which can be placet bl my wrestling." he says. .nd nil it to ua — I..E.K. CROSSWORD ' t • 1 0 1 r r rr H %  > FT : %  r II ri 4/i BTOWN %  Mil Mil YOUNG DANIEL B00NE" I ugrWOOD & CALL OF THE KLONDIKE un a> %  ,i I %  IHIIMI m IIHII.H I I I II UJUfaaj PI 4#4 OISTIN Dial R4U4 MlIMv -A %  I I W The Garden. TODAT iO>hl SSS I* ..Oil I OI \TSt a III WOMAN DMBWT A "CHAIN llUNfMM. Ilumphrr) B" >i I I "I I. | THI KB IN INHIDI ion GLOBE LAST SIIOWINT. TODAY — 5 & H.15 p.m. DUK POWELL — RHONDA FLEMING — in — "CRY DANGER" Tomorrow at S.I5 p-m. — GRAND STEEL BAND AND MARICO CONTESTS "CASABLANCA vs. TRIPOLI and the FILM Klin Its OF TIIK KANGK" PIT 16. HOUSE 30. HAL 40. BOX M EMPIRE TO-DAY 4.45 8.30 AND CONTINI ING DAILY OF SPECIAL INTEREST TO ALL BASKET-BALL PI.AYERS Columbia Pictures presents^ -un II \m i M i.i.nm: rHUTTKHSStarring : THOMAS GOMEZ — DOROTHY DANDRIDGE and the ORIGINAL HARLEM CLOBE TROTTERS THE MIRACLE MEN OF SPORTS IN A FULL LENGTH FUN-FILLED HIT. t Brnt eurta irow red. (Bl %  Middle .if m O.l. mm. I8I 11 run ids Irom on edition. I'J licit numil %  ml| iiuinoer. IS. Ilii'iy rium • lii'icrn liulllri. • *. In most keyboard-. ISI i:..n.iii. BOUU amca asoi I l aa Bs s rat u> best down. (SI JV 11,-1 rraiiea Itilrnty blndes. (31 M .•"!.. K-.-I| the way. Ol iti Dihoiours with oil lu II •teomer. is> IHiwn he owes a bsisner (a L-eai BS a general ten" I nr rest, ill %  wlthuui nig Irom t:ie n ol the tide it. V Tint I* mini. Ol e S upset by the receipt of letter, id 1 Reset Ln concise fashion. ISI In ie caiendsr. (Sl 10 Sli-re out. I5> 17. HoftiT to tha meadow and oes 1. In inw J lOllni i .. i r m : (Bl HOI EffiS. tt Ye . up I'rarl larriiiss 72c. up. VI SO t II1IKIKV KK \( 1 I.I:TS FTC. Plu* a wide variety of costume jeweller* At Your Jewellers Y. lie LIMA & '.. I.TI. 20 Broad Street WITH over 100 flighta daily in giont Skylim-rs, carry ii IK more thun 80(1.000 pasHengers a year, served by 5,000 employucM TCA, C'anudu'a Airline, has eatiililmhed u proud record of comfortable, reliable, scheduled (lying. Day after day, TCA'l 47 Skylinera give the liiMwt service on IK,000 mile* of "Maple I-eai" routed coast to count in Canada, to the I' S Britain and France, Bermuda and tho Wart indie for la ai as M "in—. %  > <• %  > OAKDIMK iOfRN A CO. I/\C .M. Street trldsetoua. 'Phiiao 47\ ROYAL TODAY ONLY 4.30 A 1.15 UNIVERSAL DOUBLE MICHAEL BELGRAVE in •• THE TE.IHS HETlfEEA AND •• M III i.lHH I Starring: DAVID BRUCE :o: TURHAN BEY OLYMPIC Tod** A Tomurrow 4.30 A 1.15 Thunulav .1 1 ri,l... 4.30 £ I.IS M.G.M. Double . M.G.M. Double . Esther WILLIAMS In— Ricardo MONTALBAN in— DUCHESS OF IDAHO" "BORDER INCIDENT" AND AND PICTURE OF DORIAN "ON AN ISLAND WITH GRAY" YOU" uith Hurd HATK1F.I.I) with Either WILLIAMS ROW Today A Tomorrow 4.30 A. 8.IS L'nlted Artist Double • •HE WALKED BY NIGHT" with Richard HASEI1AUT AND "QUICK SAND" with Mickey ROONEY Thursday Only 4.3 A 8.1S United Artist Double . "STRANGE WOMAN' AND "INTRIGUE" %  P isalaV r>aa-ovp makers are lotas obstreperous. They ,.ie nnt likely tn t:ike i|uietly the lii. ahaasl *J.I b*k U ||h to bsMO ilv mpr lo." miiimui* Sun. It only ihff afS •" l'" T ana> M Ihry WJI i!irn Kiiiwn < %  '!! ou! I l>fc sl tin.. Thr*' d**p




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I I I M>\\ 1)1 ( I MBKFt I. 1951 IIARBADOS ADVOCATi: PAGE TUK1.K Tuvt ) ears For (la rim f Knowledge a Trotm.m. a labourer :ry Rood. St was sentenced to two year? lmi-rtsonment with hard labour by -T at the Court of Grr.nd Sessions yesterday for having had carnal knowledge cr a girl under 14 years of age. Justice Taylor told Trotman it was a foul crime and although he i in r utd. tt. all of such th overlook It and pass a small scn; him. Hoiis4'hrr:tkint: >i-year-oId labourer of Heckles Road, St. nuiltv t, . V-i. • 18 months' imprisonmer.t Witt hard labour lor n, m e and M1 labour on each of th„ other two charges. ITilUMM who was found forgery with lit counts of uttering a forged doeumoney ;tnd endeavouring to obtain money HARBOUR LOG n n i 1 Servant Guilty Of Having Sulphuric Acid With Intent To Commit Felony An Anize jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yeni deliberated for 35 minutes and found 26-ycm-oM dun.estu servant Carmen Marshall of Upper Cuil>more Rock, St. Michael, guilty <>i having had in IHT posj>es*iun a quantity of sulphuric acid with intent to commit a felony on October 1>. The Hon. Mr. Justice Ci. L. Taylor postponed g*l in the case were Mi llryan go between Marshall and D. Malonr for the accused MarAlmas, llryan bald M %  ball, x.hiLUM Hun. Mi. F E. right hand in which she had the Smswetl n i OM at'Maa Arts & Crafts Seek Affiliation With Barbados Museum THK Barbados Arts and l"i ifl It their Annual na held t Wakeiiei. Whita Part Road lad night, decide.) lo adopt a million for amali;aiiuti"n with the Barbados Museum and Histoi ..I Soctet) %  wapasriasj \ llfl/iM !•• i li.insr thv avsfem from hloml ititpttritiru Inspurnle. In in* Mood !" *\ cakae rfcttinmk ache* and r**ln *iiil and avearMI toMta, hull-, pimples anil eomrowt tain Ji"J"c Isni. HI nod MUiur* k1p lo purify ih* Mood • Ir.nui lb* i).um and %  *.• In rnlorin food holth. %  vith hard labour. Public M&erJhael ihit-ugh a lT|M iralrument was w^U Aclins Attorn.y"oene. ".I %  %  i M ball aneuted K0 • imprisonUMH .. irvd flir lh( Crown. The away and .. ajoftMa of th. proaecuiioT. eallad on wvan wh> In nesscs lo prove Its ci • Marshall then ran in the direc%  .. calling the tint wttw for the pcotacui briefly outlined UM Cacti of the W this ctege Marshall who was t-ur car to the )urv Ha told them siting m UM 0 Bryan dt, that the accused Marshall appearis telling lies on me." Her counsel of their i cd before them on two counts. On waved Bo l int she was charged quictls f for re-i. vlth attempting to throw on EUM TO MI MaVm Cpl Aim. domestic servant of BeeMM that I tad. St. M.ri.;.ei. a quantitj plaftk cup was asker, she look it %  '.. ca#| to exist a. %  bpt L Taylor placed Winifred Iloyte on probation for i on a personal bond of I .loaded guiltv of effecting • public misvtv.t-:. Mr. I) H I. Ward who appeared i %  akcri for the I Winit %  %  i hd lost klaa Roj Eliviois Stak V Kt'^aiii Pouer COX SMS v Cos This* oretston was aftai full ilwcusslon on the matti-r Mid bl ad dW Orl to the reading ol %  !• %  I ru SoesM The i i mlttec ol UK II the Turf Club Ticket series QQ ' sulphu r Midsummer Turf Club ol 1051. id. ih> -ourt. %  %  Analyst o Sl.ihCM nl The ticket bad drawn the horse would bava anSecMid Cotint On the se-ond count sbi *'..* Mr. N. I harnaj with having in her possBoat Analyst. ioi.l tho court Hi • ion mil burlc acid wll ol 3't.2W if '" t"un' 1 %  falotty. The often i m conUuuog quan %  the ticket. Th,. Police " %  • "UegeU to have been comtity of black luiuid. a plastncup || : tl „t ,,\vn Itk Mi Ugattoni and 'ii!..i on October 9. and a paset "t cloth. The .loin t6p| Ml Ml B K ,. %  ihst Marshall had H i Hh uiicoloured. From bla examWaleott and Mr Wilkinson, w to them was fa I I ination he found lhal the l^i t.-lhng them 'l Mr. Justice Taylor told Hoyte !" ^-.. Mr j.* ad w ^ h i hr ^"' m ^i! tnr ""• '' %  berau*-' ol uw :he people that the The Bocletj n taaoctauan ware sending Dppol b Mi . on thati poUUcal H ft, inn and ttej wen only in atrvo ai nunribi lo raigalh die pa e Art the bl| Mini ihe) wanti igea they could pa\ x s u*m UKn pi iTiihope wai tic amal onoQii i attp lowardi |h< it and '•' %  %  '"'" %  "• %  '" ,: "' ''' %  %  ''" plastic He took .um cused had ...,i and the eloth HUM Almca was going to saturated with this ncld. The sun to the court, but he hopad pa (Uac nargac b; igi. Mari Shall. bM to Whan Aunaa was discharged, the Polio Constable Simmons said put tho Pe-iier isfeuaad foUowad bar Into UM . talked 1 %  t— i.i • UN AATl*RnA% x. a> Kiiii --I.KI s UM i r Klrelors Assoe. 4'oiicrrned ()nl\ Witt Vi>ilit> also can) woul %  %  I If the% lik. thtj %  Brood nraal and In IhMi -"her i>r-^ i lies m thi ontii ... hi Uw court* ol bla ipeei i Ml I a> afflllal %  not baUavo bad would fall to reals. ise that whan i lommtthalpad their husb-nd lo *<< N. Council u4 'he higher WUtS, th.v thetn-I' | u neflung Indi raauy. g ^ ,. i % %  r thi 'i i %  .,-' %  ably racatvad and da... Tho Electors Associ-.' I "isecut Vturphy altaehcd i with abtUt] in the Pol I there, ao %  would tell them. Mar if Almea wif discharged light hand going |„ • %  ,,.., |faj though to throw adviaad bat i ill had a Aflir Ihis Mr.rshall ran into the qunntny of black %  anata t sO ..titeen. The CUB I | InlO %  to the Ooveinmeni Analyst and plastic cup. After the r-.r, 1 ii .d to contain a quanlil> of sulphuric acid ,,|, v tomMhlnf nm wltnrw called for the Next witness call%  ,,.,. ,.,ming towarda her to throw l*pl Kenneth ,-i.nstntle Springer and he COfTObsomething on hi i She looked to the Bridga ( ww Marshall with a pUurt* i October y Island ConMabU Stanley Bryan J MarahaU atinaaatd i Magistrate's snu tht on (htober he BffS| tempted t-. throw UM COOSttT&l of IKOf Ihl I iH'liellt ..;-.. mSB IIIHII A KIHIMI \ \\x \~ Mill MB ""V IHl\^ ni mill i ii.ii ii H \rr> tM* MMi Y. Be LIMA A .. i.in. ?o n-.ii Mi*i"t A WAS in jiffl around Ihe Comer . ., Why not Brighten up your Home with "SILVER STAR CONGOLEUM The Floor Covering in many Lovely Colours! AND MagtstraU Mr. aV A Mei^od. i*ith Marshall he tolo Cpl Mmwhile m the aourtyaTd she heard ,t the accused %  *_ %  ... -iol be on thi %  Itisttirt "A" In which Mr tanding n. the COUTtyaid U I h •: %  I^od wai silting as Magfan, .,' when ''" %  %  i, n , 'i |ing from i i Ua> eaaa bi which BUaa M> MI I < -i i iurl with hei hand nbom ilx or seven .f them arn Aim--HIS .barged with throwing (.,.. ,\ mntt.r corrosive acid on Carmen MarII,. haard f'ul Muruhv aav " ahall Bla. Dlaa. Carnv Marshall Carrie* Cup yau." Marshall wu rarrylni While the case was going on, cup in her hand containn:' Marshall was silting In the front liquid ami was going in the d ti the court He saw Maishall t.ke something frqm a handi.ig which was on the floor of the court Almes was eventually dichargad. As Aunes left the court left shortly afler bar, Tying in her right hand a grey plastic cup. I lilt the court and Stood on slepa of the court 111! .1111 pushed bar |Aimes) A reused Cries %  .-. .i certain infornuitl woman HA. 4CM. and it* I T s rM ab ai intimation Wai oiiU The IteiMirl and rinuneuil Slateall th. in.-!, ware idoj i .. BI I m Ba I %  .nnir on arhleJi %  wd wno turned ul at Ing last night to %  Ing. The meeting Mi. Topthe House of Assembly at the • i -irita' %  i n|i with tl' utting Tl %  It' ;" rl .o wan ati A txi Iblunn ol potta in With the Duet %  .,i the %  of El Told To ICIIII thaerawd n. • ,. Ha cup and want with oeruiari. ir. the cat) Murphy to the COUt want -i< tf.i dlrecUon of lha 0 u spot of Orand Saaatoai its] thrown Kxhibtu. U H nUten, Mi Hi" Han n and I Ml .1 which l^voruah of Chalky Mount and by Mount Potter. Eh.se got by UM atepe, two woman Marvin h ip oaa 4 MM *< aahlblUon ol wort bi UM pushed her and told her to ran. .,nl wtUl the '" held at Marshall started to Che** Aime* ,]oth. and he held her righl hand in The cup and .loth were sent to 2S ?" The alMldlaasI W %  > in world Ahnea under thauta In the courtwhich ip. MarahaJi %  Ooaarruaanl Analyas. Later f*r told his yard. From information he re. %  •. pu lo throw tin lann> MarsftsaU made i I ved be .shouted to Aimes telling of the cup on Aimer. Marshall Matement which she signed Of Ait was held at Qui i \,-i, t.er that Marshall was going lo then i en charged with *lHouse from IStb I i ted 'hrow something on her. Almea To Mr M..ton. Bryan 'Id that t. mptiug to throw corrosive subof March. II wad opened bj r nave put "'i hearing his about, went towhan ha heard Cpl ... ..ids the steps or ihe Court ol ne lot.ked m the dtfCcuon ol Mi back Ihe artlck Grand s--smnt and Marshall apMI... oourl He couM BOJ mi-nt Analyst. day. Then • proached her. definitely say how much liquid At this ttaga lha eaat f'" 'he %  matteri When Marshall got about eight wai In Ihe alaiuc cup. While he Insed • *>n Pe real from Aimes ana %  draw her was holding ihe hand "' the ac-' ghl hand from behind her back cused, she made an effort to get I %  vale to support him a*. In a circular motion bul the cup away. ;he polls on 1)-. %  still in her right hand. SevRllse Aimes said on October 9, had *• %  aealpeoplaafarelntheiotnty.il' i, tth| alectton and the crowd was telling Aime? rorrosive acid on the accused. Shel ihmsc. to run. He saw Island Constable was discharged b) the POllea] \\r IKIMjust ^ UlM't'iM'fl I OK I'llllll I'lOllllll Aoiuillitl ill" Hits ream (rj.ker-. .. paa NaM pears. rVaehee. t.rapfn and PaaaapBlai Sou pi .. Si us-e en t'oller shell AlmnhiK iRelalll Phfl Mix.d irult KtUlns. (urninU. I'ruiien So EASY n i %\ Mixed I crl T-hle HOWlmAtn CHILDREN'S COVDS OVERNIGHT! ThU Pleasant Ointment Brings Swift Relief in 2 Direct Ways at Once llhle lellirs lllllte r Ttea Orance. f.rapefrult. f>. O. r. Juice* Luncheon It-'rl Hn.isl Href Tea (|.k. Upaaaa lloml in..i. s IM.II.M. It..I Hose I raena i l'r\ s I'etrr's. Itirtim Trees* IINCE & Co. Ltd. 'I %  A 'i itoi 111 IK -si -..j^^^y,*.^*^*.*.*^-*-*-*-*EXHIBITION SPECIALS AT THANI'S All OVIII THE WORLD in over 71, nuntncs! ipoRufa bdMbe* liaiau raaaidp And n.iw you can try It in your family— ju-t tub it .inchest, throat and back i'Nxltime. Children love it. and you will, too! DRESS GOODS Evary lalail Fabric in CRiPfS, SPUNS GeORGETTI, JERSEYS. SAIINS, IACES, EMBD A'NGIAISE Etc. Be. HATS JEWELLERY MATS in "irt"' Vnrii-n Show. I'nili-rwrars. I" I'anlirs. Slip^ NhJKSM nisi, \\lnnv. Ihuiflhims. Sturm, U.K. li.lis. 1:1. Halchis Kint-. IVnrl Nrrkluri's. I! I.i tarrinus. (;.ld Jrurllcry tmtomm, I...I1.11S. Pw WOOLLENS. SOCKS.TIES. HANDKERCHIEFS im. Bit BEITS, HATS Etc Bl GENTS LINES CENT LB MEN WE carry lha bigga.l variety in SHIRTS lor all occatiom SHOES, HEALTH BENEFITS I—/ • CONTAINS VITAMIN A & D IN A DELICIOUS FORM • INCREASES RESISTANCE TO ILLNESS • ENSURES STR0N6 LIMBS AND SOUND TEETH IN CHILDREN Haliborange The 'nr I way of taking HALIBUT LIVER OIL >asi ti mil i miitiTi no. IOIOOI :'.'.'-'-'-'/'.'-/.'.'.V,',',',V,V,V////A'/^^v' / V, /,V,V.V-V/'.V-V^Ve-*V/>VV>V/>V^VV.^ F:LS BETTER RIGHT AWAYS 1. SOOTHINO, MEDICINAL VAPOURS. AS snri s< it i ntbherj I it, mi remarkable ->ihnv, -.*ii5. There *aith. for i the irritation, make %  '.;. and^c-ilm CDU) :. STBONO POUlTIC; ACTION. | 'hrouql. %  . . it" tightness and pain. THIS ONE SIMPIE HUTMENT RELIEVES ILL THESE DISCOMFORTS Cleats *lu*W M Soothes sote thioat Draws MS" congestion C '"'S toughing WONMSFUl DAYTIME COMfOPT FOR YOU I thedsj i d toSWBBOW lor a aorc iiTi*t y -. i i aj %  n 'T1..1 Eats, NOW TWO SIZES Ot the large bhal the new oonvenicnt un. \ •< %  mnciy no* ceily loi coldi and catarrli mnv.r cuts. IMBTSI and brubat, *^rc feet, \ r stain9 FERGUSON TRACTORS WITH THE FERGUSON SYSTEM the small and IWge l'l;


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Til -.MAY in ( 1 MBKR I. 1931 HMtlUKls ADVOCATE I'U'.I -I \ 1 V IPNRY BY CARL ANDERSON CD CD Vjvc A MICKEY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY IT 7 *>TI_L. TCuMfl: T*AE •• \ %  V t'H.VT .. C NJ.U EE TM£ J* £f NT_B N\ENf v*j 1 w.r.., IT LOCKS LUCE WT,Milli.>'rryuMr.>*J Ye I know, too. ttlit'U \OU IIHIL MI I lit' priM tap. tli I you can't |M lin.r \ alu.. Illu-tr.it illTl o-tonr Brogue. T'ioil lo rvrry pair the Je'in WhftM (.UJr.m1.-r Shu-l.l th. -i vhirb mrin. ->u.i fi/il'.' Look lor it k-aitiai, *torr. in Barluilo-. made by JOHN WHITE means made justright IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only M'MIAI. OIlUHN arc % %  aiailahltlit nur IkVaurlii-o Twrrdid<\ N|ir i;;liisi.. ii and Snail Sir.. ( Uiually Bottles Guinness Stout (pts) 33 Tins Breakfast Rolls 48 Bottles Creme de Menthe 425 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street N. \"> Usiully Now :io Tin3 Evap. Milk 29 •JJ7 II Tins Brook's Pears 82 72 :i75 Currants (per lb.) 46 V2 GUM., ASM GUM.J COUGHS and CGLDSJ ^SP'W^ *N Buii.r <>p ff.i.i.i. • wi,h d* irfiiHi. lit \l I H I 111 • ..n I |1 \\ M %  % % %  -... II ).KI uitii mid %  HBI li i I I" ,Jot, imr than juit a tonic li'i POWERFUL NOURISHMENT II. I %  1 %  • I U %  |oM nine of MMMl AAI> V ii.mi.i \ *dry maun. f 15k SCOT m British MORRIS K'KOR beats its own value-record Four doors and other features make it best small car of to-day a.n from wh.r>l %  %  %  v.-a.nv in from the hospital. Whenever infection threatens in your home, use DETTOL' VODERN ANTISEPTIC Pol '.i II p DM, I in sms HIIHII (Hiatiii FIST it pun TO min T7^^T"* T' ?***** > Kara* Uir'. %  !• n trafrVi !-*• oaatlr ... f'.. :. :i -;i... : . WfRlOS Bl-'iESI SMUl CIH fcliT • %  ;.-.-, W*rom*ii I %  -(-~i tv U. all in* in,. FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. Phone 2385 Sole Diilributon Phone 4504 HOW TO WIN FRIENDS AND INFLUENCE PEOPLE DALE (JAR\EGIE-tf NEW BOOK WILL TEACH YOU tins ninth is ox SM.I: .1/ ADVOCATE STATIONERY •



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BARBADOS ,nVl>( UK n ESDAT. nn EMBER i. isi CLASSIFIED ADS. tfLEPMONC 250.. FOB BALI VXXOI MKME.vrs ELFUION MlTKi.N PI HMI> \l iiAitsr-s c*. Al rOMOIIVK H!. thu %  lliic.il* Kilinu.ii C*. A-l condition. M*4 fi.'Io Applv C %  "o |4d 4 1ISI In IN MIMORIAM I el'ite U\al tad 1 I l,0\ll!\Mi\l MlllilS QENEatAJ ill trios fd thai tne; Ihe number of thi %  fl %  ••ir-ticy. t Mg postet ..-. ,,f m.Rarg in^o notice: the Polllni : %  M in Wished fr 4.12.51— It. II H 1 i M r i >vi I'H I DP M -T'TTON BTMI r Ol <' n set. \I. M I' I'f TI'RK %  > t B.W.I i i r CUN Breediur arc invited for th' %  LasD, Ijepaitment of Agrii ulture. %  tic 1,200 X J72•S9C—$2,592 pci %  i %  %  the qual r. %  i c of th jpphcanl. The post i „ i ... i „| n f, %  ervice ihe onlce I <• -it Fund. I %  i M which wli I • mi RD4. r-'ii-lidoi which nre nppll >:IK officers of Ih i i 'iiivrrnmcni rotes. 4. Ai>i ,tmg ng< |Dj COPIB | ncl-lre;:* %  .i ..f A-rirultiin will l 13 noon I t51. 25.11.51.—4n FON "M HOUSE* LOST A MM Ml LOST i irauai -H-MPil-.d IfI*.%  Ml d Itr." IMp| > .rI'.-I kMWfS "it PutnUKVd Berf Ro analitUd leetia* of Vndiwi lot I Na.h Pigai I ClaaasMd*. or Tal **44 iira.ia.t utaa cn-di*. is to I.risk ma> Tin •>> at J.rur %  and II if M rlI %  > m* iW u wd to 1 .. it.I MIlM 'II. 1 to lilt %  UK PILES can be Cured Time are thousand* of men and wofiaaa who suffer awful agon? ', B i\ • E&To. --*-*.'-'-'-'-*-*.*.*-*-'-*-***# M IIMSII in Christmai Style • %  %  %  %  • Uprlfhi. II. AT L. s WILSON SPRY vr. <0l 1 PTHMX 11.000 .. %  t Huti-hn. McFattame, CO fi..r.aa IUUHI .M b* mid I WnlwLev ..—in. S.MS mllM. rinl elaa* (ondiuaat %  M.nri. Minor 10.OH tuaUr A-* Vert tp. ecuiT KOVAI AKAliE LVD. T*lephI I 11 i i! (WINMOtti IWT Modal mi New Tfa Fluid drl*e ith •u*o : ta l*c Tr.aMr.HMlon MIMf SMM i iwrfnt ea.i4H.an—Dial tBlfl. Courtaa* IWI4AST THICK lUfr d and iialnlrd. appll Barbx lephona •* F.LKCTKitAL RaVKIGKItATOIt iU Harinc H .idee Aopiv One itlacirni, I.IVKSTOCK MECHANICAL 4.1SJ) TVPITM-l-.iTrR ritMiH %  HUnd.-l ivpewiner. Block li-e Ivpt %  upulna nr %  %  uranre omre. Iie-i off, i ri 0 ThiSt.n iUtd AK> l Hwan SI Dial OaaD > lOSCEuLANItllK HOAT (Me Fl.liinB Boat—read* In Haa IAIIH .nid all aqulpmrnil %  •luara. U'.i J 'I'll nitRM't IIANDBAOS 4 12II-a IIIllnTMAS (* A HOI a -A Rarii DM Hrald Ai %  %  %  i irtf >ou mem %  ..l.u nnrpheidi wateh". Th tlr-l N"rll i 1 Da Coaia Da. Lid WnUCAJI rimiSTMAI CAHDeV I I ViunfiTi CkrtMK :^.. nl |A diflerenl <;d. '. %  and %  lice and we Ih* -uiidat-i twitJ* HOU1E 4'>mpl*w *llh lutn .r* and i'htApolllo> %  otnai t IfaHhUa). Hin(i 4 IS SI—I KIR MOOtlMOBHaaa i ItOIII LSmil WATKBTIKKIF POW%  ".t.lned al all l.adlnf Haid %  Th* O nal Ad** Ud %  Ud 14 IliVh "trret 2 II SI -111. nltad UBD ajitxm A MUll ol Oalvattlaad Shtvti 6 f* I i H Ailraetla pttr*a. InaiuiiA il I l-hnn* MM 1 lilt If! MailTIIR. nl glamour oll eotlon la. i I pn-h oi i.lue. Ktiaplcu an >ried Our own dM|n •ueelal" pteaenl al (IS in IS Th. Turtble Shop. UarUw Howl 4 II SI 1 woon onnoAPin ParachUI Ttr^^i^t ar' %  %  i^oni .n d IK mad* %  • a4a*r. giwna; imi %  fT il Sl-Tn %  rda bnairavi Bi J. lM *. AlmaUi>.nw • Albana Chapel I'll I WALUTT Or* ,1 %  .or.** Will find*' w.nloi. Wilaon C,o %  Jill ATIO.NAL MALVERN ACADEMY KDSSNviI.tJ:. CHEAPWDB >tiu*d ••< 4r*<-a nt iaU. pa 11-i.nl at r • %  • %  >An antraner examinatn-n for lha >*at held al thi. -thaot oy, Prtaay r • %  I 10 a Enrtarw-r THWITY COTTAoa".i Jamea wee pedraotn M>u M lull, fumiahed. 4 II il lr l-l IH M 1MOTI4KS NOTKI Paroehial Tieaa.irer i pAjtiaa OP ST joacM .ppotnled the Vealrv noom al Ihr DlaiMlr auallUrd lo iot* H > i tor th* ld Pariah ru>v • umblr on Uo.da Ih* 1th day ol :aajusa> 1SU. between the hour* ol It k in the mon %  Vaatry loi th* year IS A T RWO. Paroehiai Tyaa s> %  ..,. *.*.i %  v..m | IIUIOB UCBIUSK SMS1ION I HCIUB1V lv. -.Ik. tnal I-. inf aWaaton for the aranllrl of Certin. r.r ih* raaktwal -i Laq Ihe Pattah of • Ueotk* and lhal pan c( II %  : tft* utriadlclloe %  'i.rtHet "W* SfeliT Thuradav ihe StJUl dar c* DaeemaJar IBSl. a a in paled Ihia SMh da^ of November 1HS1 c w stirDimn Pallee Mawale Dial "*' 4 12 51 In t rlawUTBT fl-• f-d lo vole -I ii %  Vaafryaasa tear Ihaa rini I.IQI -nit urrNHF. nunom anve notice lhal a Uean*4 r Seaalon f"r Ihe Branllnd ..f OHVm* nlea fur lie renewal % %  • l-ioum laeenaea pariah of PA. Thom.a l be held Polite Cni.it Di.lil-I "Dor Wedneaday lie ltli aw| %  >< Deceanb' HI it • IMIed 1 a ii r-DA Pol lee M t| 4 II Si II l(|l III! IK 1 N-4r S>-HIN I ItniEBV Blve notlee lhal a Ueenalna Seuien lor Ih* RBI %  %  partah of tt Janw* lli tar held at •Stwe Caaari ina'm' t Hol*ta-i UM fl.l da> ..I l.. If* n l,l...l 3i.l I DM > H NUaWI i %  4 12 SI B I UM IM: LICENSE NOTICE Tinappllrjtlix\ "* Eat" JOKlan. ahopkeeprr ol RoeblM-k ^1 • h.,ld ,.,11., BIBIII.-I |e <•* %  '* %  Jordan in ieape.1 oi rail buiidiix Bbpoaile CuMone. Knelwiek St CW) Hfl Derail..!...! lo uae -4ld Uqi.or U-en.e %  M, al aald piemlaea. Roebvi.k Si City Dal-I ihia Jid dav ol Dec mhe. IW1 To-—a B. otiirTTTn. EBB Ad IN'lH-r M'RI.Irale PKTA I.FWI1. for ApplHat.' .„ .HI !• conaM | swrl >o h* hBld .1 %  ol December. ISAI al II UQUOB LICENSE NOTICE TH* applkrallon ol lone lUleV. ahop**ep*f ol Rlark ftock. St. Mlrhael. for parmitan I Mall laaioora. an at rt ahinllsd ah..p al KfeBuith and Welli.nto Btredla CM) | lr 1M1 'IHHTtTH. r*q Af P..life MaBlelial*. Dlalrtfl A lilNE Bll EY Appllc.nl N II Thi. application will be conatd-red at .i Licenaind Court lo bo head al .. Thuradiiihe ITIh dav of Doeomber. Il at 11 o*eloek. a.m. a %  amrsiTH. A Polkra Maiiatrat.. Dlat "A' SIS.SI—In FORM n. The Land Acquisition Art. 1949 !•> Sartlaa i r Ml I I MM iraall THE ai'quialllon iWlna pareeia ni tana eonni'lnl One mod and aefen perehaiiotB r le.a alliiate al lha Dlalrlel oi >lnl Chriatopher In Ihe pailah of Crml ii.laland ol Barbadfi In thH.-h*dule h-r-(n an" leularly moan and dvlineated red Pink on a plan i cl.-et.lb. Mr Ni. Bit, %  day ifoi. and Hid H ihe oir.ea ol in...lonlal rnalrwer haviiii been decided in by ihe Ootemor with the approial L1VI HUWklMD ClBB* Yacht. ^1 wdh H.maea of Ihe leiulatiire of OM Troph* No raapan. I.i...d m llaibado. by raaalattsn a* !*• .hona BM — BBsr. I llouaes ol tluLei>Uli.r. it iharebi 4 II SI -anlderiarM in pumiance of aeftlon S al 1 |i' Land Afqiinmon Art. ItdB. lhal UaVY CUMRECT SUN Ol "BBS nuike food Xmaa pi. MI I rom Ursa aaaorlment at 1M1TIHAI iro.. Lower Broad %  . 3B> II SI—Sn RPBINfl CUSHION UNtTB-BeadN 1 >r naddtrtB and rnrmnp at a price ol 1 on each Th* Standard Apm> 14 lain SI Dial SOD 4 l*l In "iTT.n or two uarlul SI SI and 12*,8' PIECE TIN %  | I l-nd. ha. I aeou %  naa Oilt I SOa Mod-en Ore*. Bheppe • IS II—iVTA.a mi, •ii but I Id Shepherd SU OHII XT \r SOI VIMIIS ( lltlOS AM-IQUES. J K W E L 8 CARVINGS FMIIROim KIES. Etc. TIIAM'S I'r. Woa. Hry. *t :. Dial Jlf, IMHWTWT i %  %  there t Iifallo-mg p iipoer. r !" UH-faalna •rhoaJ buildlnaa and fumuhina plav(i.wnda tor aauit Chrumi. School. THE sriir.i)tir ALL THAT parcol ol land %  one rood and acv.n pmhe* adjoinlrj %  n< nt B.nl Ch..toph*.'. Oitl. Schoo. in Ih* pariah of Christ Chureli and I%  "din*on lanaH of M IUil*ood BP land* af A Clark* on Unda ol EBtwIck K'rtwi o-. landi of in* aald Sami OirMBehr-ol and en the I, vi HI if IIIBhway and paillcuUrlv ahown md delineated as th* plan thnrol dated .. ISO .1— i Ma) IBM. ceitill.d IK Nwholi Daa-Bi s. aV i-fl, at UovBrninrnl llouae in the llland ol Rarbadoa AIJ-HED SAVAOE. A. M. WEBB STOCK BRf>R:R ll.il II.IIIOH Invr^lmentt Ovrraea Orders tseeuleal. S3. Hioiul Street. Bridgelown (upatalr Pharmacy. — Hours 9-3 1 12.51. G a COBBIN arothUI T St JVtr %  r*KIMl oi -I i \MI ; HIRTTi ffiv. .rth aa the plBi I i %  mm awiawli %  ol Januan, IW 10 and raacr] I i M...da% P II TAJIM TOM. Pa roe hi it 1 %  rABI.lt Ol BT JOHN Wt\\ 'I haee l-ii'.lid lb* V*-tr> Hi .m. ..I IB* Pnnah l.oreh aa the plaee ohara all penna ulv qiiiiiif.rd to vol. I Vaatr>men lor Ihe auid P v amble on Monilav. UM Ilk d-...' anuarr. 11*1, between the boUH af |o .,to *l*el % %  |i..-.. IBU II s I lt\-.li: I II SI Expei la-wed Pl IM H S.\l I S SHIPPING NOTICES from Hobatt September SHB Melbourne Oeiaber Hi. Sdo*> C Call aceepato on ihrouati BUla of L-dir.| fo. tiana illapoaaot at Trinidad lo billiah Guiana. Leeward and Windward For further fBitlcjlart apply— >WhNESS. WITHY Co Ltd. TBTNIDAD B.W1. DaCOBT A Co L BARBADOS *t v/r,v//AV.v-v/'''V/' -*Th* M.V -Cai %  rner Eaihna mh The MV "Monek. CarfO and P., i Doanink*. Antlafua. MoiiUaHTal, Nedi and St. Kitu Data departure lo be notilWd. Th* M V. Daarwood wiU acea Carao and PaaaenBer. for Lmia. St Vincent. Oranad* a Ar-L., Hi" ,1 -I, l-'l' %  (• M Bj BjaBaaM B W I SCHOONER OWNERS ABBOC. Inc. Tele 4B4T IT PUS TO XDYKRTISt .UAL DTATff QaaWJ I'M Maid aeary to int.-. 1 iin*. Uvlilr.f and tormanl Ircm 11l> •mcatnadlBrovaryor Hytaa(fi>rn >i known BB Chlnaroldl. Hrtaa suuta I %  rs in 10 mlr.utaa and not onlv •< i lha BOln but alao Ukaa om lb* aw. ina. Stppa blfedlna and combau aar< In itailo,, iba.ah* eurblnjj aika. U-n,. JIa. t.ua. by PlT.a I.JR %  \B7BB7|I N-r.oii. %  • i .>-ht.Conil!i*'! lotof •iiaiiir. dablllt/. aad Ir.llab'. iltVaal^HI fiat M.tes Ir-m ,oi,. druBSiaitv %  %  NEW ORLEANS RERVICE I Tlh Kov ambar—arnvaa I In 14th N.iv ISM. Ith Decemlaw. *l. IVth Daeembe. 1BS1 CANADIAN SERVKK al Ship Valla -.,.. Arrlra. Ma Halllaa II Mh ov. Si Sth Dor SI 14th Dec M Mlh Dee SI 38th Dec II Sth Janv 81 %  AiroA porsTnt' H 'ALCOA PEOABUBA 'ALCOA PLANTER" A STTAM1.R aaw. — — ROBERT TMOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF r.EBVK APPLY:—DA COBTA CO. I TO —CANADIAN SERVICE SAGUENAY TERMINALS CANADIAN SCIIVIIK From Hnlifr.x, N %  ., nml Montrml. GOVERNMENT NOTICES PAKIOM Ml l III notare th %  ,. ,. %  lection i d* at any of January. IBM. b-twcei. the houra ol 10 and II o'clock In thr momlna to •!* mah of SI Lucy loi BM v.... rvaiSN oi -T mn.ir l mill IIT ulv* imtica that I hv* ap i Ih* r.uiafi (fnireh a. Ihe i and olhar per^m. duO qn.-.lifled lo vol. i n fm |h. •lltl Patlah. ma. oaaemble I January. IBM 1, | | and 11 am. to elect a Vealr% fr th* Pariah of St. I*hilip for the M*i IBM P S HI HCOTT. Parochial Tn 111.11 ii i-xiM-H oi -i iMnnr I HEREUY civ* notice lhat I hen .ippointed the VBBIT)rOtom near "' ,.11 paraon .uly qualified to vote at any election of f... ih* -.id Pa %  kali rwura ol n ,nd II o'clock th Ih* morning i ele.-' a V-airT lo. the Pariah nl St Andrew fo. Ihe year Hrtt. C A SKINNER. PARISH Ol "X : in urn-, •ulv Qualltled to vole % %  .ItlRQK .1 adaVMb t th* eteettai the hojra ol 10 and 1 In th* morning tn BBaBrl a Vr.Ii; "i OeoaCe for thi rsi-M nr i THOVJA[ HBaWBY | 11 %  a ppi mad t Pi.ri.Ji Chun-n as %  .-d to vote at an' rlecixmof Vaalrvmon (> i". mar aaaarabl* on Mond. Ihe Tlh da< UM houra o %  %  a Vealry for the Pail-h ..I St ThOBBB for the year ISM. \ 11 %  Ml-ihl'S KiKADI ATt'l. filHI.S' IIK.II IKMII.. si MM IN I %  Invittd for ihe p>ist iif .m AsMstunt Mistress %  l II...1 Sl Villa .111. B W 1 rNd should include Geography ii or HioloEi'. i-nt'mni>tc. m SI.032. 11 sing by 10 SM40 nei annum A ItiBpol BVing lionu*. is pnvablt at th* usual rate .' %  ;il jrii p..iiil b • nettce •nirv in the fatal instance, and mnnrined HI the permim. m. innsionable post afafUl Olal %  ...-. MISH. 1 s ihe conti-1 of Ihe Governmenl of MBpossess the status of civil BJHW ,,, , K „„ appointment Is provided. ', t tOt I education, nualiflcalions, age and cxI tint ii.t. UBU tin.-.testimonials should be attoa Offlrtr. [l.partmem of Education Sl. Vtiucnt •mber. 1851. _______ 17.11.51— Sn. PMflCB TIIAFFU \OTI4l AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION ON 5TH AND 6TH DECEMBER 19fil I Ihe drivers and riders of all vehicles approschin. Quten's Pork between the hours of 11 a.m and II p.m. shall do so bv way of and Crumpton Streets only, and le.Vfj bv way of ConslituUon St. Michael's Row. !. The follmving s'.n.t and roads shall be one-wav to all venicu%  %  '. %  i a) Cliauapion Street, from Roebuck Street. St Michael's Row from the corner of Crumpton Street dilution Road. QasfttUiUon Road, from the corner of Crumpton Street 9 Muhael's How. with the exceptions noted In para. 4. 3 %  %  runtor cars shall be allowed to park on Con•uiiuinn Road facine north, and when leaving, shall do so bv wav of %  I load. 4 No ponooa in i-harEC of any vehicle of burthen shall be perthrOuEh St. Michael's Row, Crumpton Street, or Constitution %  hours of II a.m. and It pm.. except when returnlnfi 1 MM shall only be allowed to pass down ConOTHer In single line and enter Queen's Gate returninn the same way, and proceed %  %  %  Ma ''' ' Rrldfietown and Spelghtstown (Traffic) (.Amendment) Regulations 1943. R T MICIIELIN. Commissioner of Police. !.. %  i Bride %  mUr, 1951. "SUNDIAL iMt miviii A VP-IS*l lll-.l Hallfa. I Ni.v X N. II Dai ii I>BC. 31 Dee. 19 Jam.ar %  Ja.14 FehT.,...' UNITED KINi-IlOM SERVICE Emm Newport, Liverpool and iiUscow %  M SBIS A..K.1 | l.HMM. UNITED KINi.lNlM AND CONTINENTAL SEKVIti; Aaiw.ep RellersaaD l.-nd.e Afcnts: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 ANNOUNCEMENT We have been advised by the Overseas Shipowners Allotment Committee that the s.s. "WAIV.KHA has li-n scheduled to call at Barbados direct. The M. "WA1WERA" is due to arrive here auiy in January 1952. They hav L further ldil. In order to aaautt Trade davi I b> Iwcssn Bitrhados and New Zealmiil, and to relisrv* Ihe ro-itl.m in trlnldad thi ERAMIC" which Is due to sail from New ZMUlid On Fobruary Sth. 1952, will .all al BaWlMdM provided sufficient cargo is ofTori'd ROBERT T1IOM. LTD.—Agenta: BLI E STAR LINE. DA COSTA ACO.. LTD.—Agents: MONTREAL. AUSTRALIAN. NEW ZEALAND LINE LTD. SHAW SWILL ALBION CO.. LTD NEW ZLALAND SHIPPING CO. LTD. 1 12 51—3n TO-DAY'S NEWS FLASH Our Tov. are the talk nf Ihe lov g 1 P.ip..la. lJUiatiira Beat.iifiil llliidlng JOHN ION'S M VnONKKi and HARDWARE a baby in gUddcn a mother'% hcjit'—turn little K^ly and iirong while toa-ili .Mining • These net that come from lha pan ( „j i, vcr oil so ikh in natural fats ami prjicctive vitamins. StvenSeaS A NATURAL SEA-FRFSH VITAMIN FOOD Ujj I %  STOKES & BYNOt LTD ADVOCATE IH ROOKS ----'-'-----*---*---*-'.--'e--*e*e'e**-e'-'-V I HI I HOOK Which KHatag GODS WAY OF SALVATION PLAIN" ri. i ,VMUI for ooe h f Samuel Roberta. Gospel 0 Hook and Tract Servke. \ 3. Central Avenur. Ban> cor N. Ireland. IRON BF.DSTKADS WITH SPRINGS nnd SPRING FILLED MATTRESSES rrrrnllv rwlr.d, do nol will until thr Lit motn.nl BUY NOW i i.vritM. i liriiiin ti Corner Broad and Tudor StrrrU PROTECTING Your PLANTS IS ESSENTIAL!! HAVC f JUST RECEIVED PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS *or the Plantation or small garden na for Insect Pests, Blight or Weeds. Let us aolva your problem. : INEL'M NO. 1 AGROC1DE NO. I AOROCTDI NO 3 GAMMALIN ARS1NETTE \ KItlWNE FEHN0X0NE I) 11 T. WETABLE METALDEIIYDE (for Slugt) PLANTATION*. LTD. BUY A BETTER SHIRT FOR LESS MONEY &f RELIANCE SHIRT DEPOT Palmetto Street Phone 4764 Obtainable at all Leading Storea



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TUESDAY |>K I MIIIP; I INI I:\I:IIMH>MIVIK \n p.ir.r FIVF EDUCATION TALKS OPEN Big School Population A Hard Problem %  ramuunt problems facing th,t. i %  In the colonies is that ol pi %  %  •'. i | national needs <>f a rapidly increasing .iid Sir Get' !omptroll*f for pment and V %  idegatai at the opmalng i Education Confwvnec at tad espeluabty o( the education %  %  -nit thought In can provide That, I am sure th. daiii ugeixta during lhi AT IIIIOW M s HI \i II One ol .,whtrh sou all %  %  • %  I %  if pnesilni i are roe, 1 pro* racial reihat thi* in BOUI %  C iterance to m I %  .i to in... tali %  H nlni on '< %  % %  jre comtha i load the rlreport of this Organisation for ISM %  %  . in the number* arhlch win ol provided, is BOBBSthlng .iii-h cannot bv .i Mi* o( i BT] 1 lose iiif tn recognise it. It 1B now being %  %  IOUIIV aggravated by the alannguidance ol educational effort in tngly ;teep rise in the cu-' W n There are I Chapttt iv u( ih>. rapori which Conferences I rrqiirnl : i, ihla unfavoui Confi ings Bout I am %  i -ess %  %  I BCD COOTlm %  i verj MrUdng ill of you have em out Typical typical and chal %  lei which htch •* all shore, of promoting the confront tho %  M >ponsiertl of UM KObb .istration conror the*, dtfl ma> be. lUy lire. noimn:c.!i.itr or remedies. Ob fern .neet and do 'O % %  ; it we hardgraduall) and bj sustained and ... %  apart of h „„,,.,, nif ers nnd administratorsLSI 11 ."" %  %  Vnl £ >mi '"mg stock ol the | I ,s this, and by %  r i < ...mining your own think, ai proposals In the light of knowIhe approach to th* ,,,.,.. latwhora ffld ts | am sure 'hat In this Wl I i. ol the uti ideal* of moo) B*U U) Bl lo the community They part, and ti ure In declaring .;*n. gain. ^_^_ The till* of 13 tstels B '• hrri .ithure ii Hrownr'. Hearti i in" M pin ai BM Bnuaasgo dm•> the beat* seas Social Consciousness In T*dad Is Widespread DORA IBBBtiSOK Miss DORA IBBERSON, Social WaHan Advtaai lo Ihe Cotaptrollai t >i Dawtopmant ami Wtlfara raturoad lo Barity HW.IA. from Trinidad afta visit. i lid that Mr Wilfrid Chinn, Walfara Advlaei to I ofStttafoi tha Colonial will ba viilting U Bi t • %  •' %  ""' •"' %  '"•• i"'i"'> *•> • . 11 nitf L iiM^iiimiiiiai In Mr Street vestrrda*. roonilii* PERJURY CASE ADJOURNED A caw ttw PoUGO brough: i 4tHi Yonrwood or Kew Road, st Mkrtoai eharglDjj hat with pcrjurv, was adjourned by Poltca UagUtrata, Mi Q B Ortf* T !' %  Vli;i\ that on Btptambai > thli rear • was sworn in at u WII%  %  .... i Timolh* %  i' Police M II 1. WllllM. lah ti-i i lt'.ru-s in the ni'W year and In view ol his crowded rgdiuns>, ha will not be able to Sta) in TrinldAd km | enough to na all UM axtatulva amouijl ol welfare woi I She thought it advisable to hnn^ herself up-to-daton Trinldad'i •octal walfara %  arvieaa : %  thai iha could helj 1 Mr. Chinn and Trinidad to net the best value out of hi' \ istt Sinlo alii norli. taat mod, the beauty of whlc: ill. t. ;.i| app—ranoaa I fl I I luti ; eOpIC WOUld %  Itfc the BM l*l %  ling oien nl wnitlad tha "good life." Bouse, and l among a It to ba 10 give fu%  them in sup.idult life. v tntal and %  'id ability, onomlc reon which I %  Aim Of KducalHin All tli %  ii • \\i-• lp Rl u human!) Dtrol I half %  I ir course, that it %  igh in none • cent fullilmei't. since all human judgment, whethet Indlvldua] or %  %  rvernment, and evet lorlal Oovirnmcnt. to make ible oppor: %  destiniea as soon means thai the %  and the rate of future developi pment, in %  i ... B..V.L.T.A. Waata Affiliation AI %  meeting, of The Council i the BAI. T A it was decided on tin• ../^IV.H'N ..( U\iHritih fniit>. knru Tcnnb Asoeiati.:i that Barbados apply for afflUutlon. along with Brluan Qulai i to U* International 1-iwn T*OJ • ration In order to strengthen Inc %  t., thtDavis Clip (American zont-i in 19S2. It was also decided U. enter a Team In the Brandon TlOOBB to DO luring April W>2 players were hold themselves in readiness if :, ,f t "I Which will be Ul due course. It is plannetl to hold a series i t practice*, three times a week, at the end of which, two <2> "r pOBSiI] ... • iii be aelected. tn rsJSS funds for the OU, it was decided lo have a flans* at -"ine suitable hall during February. Commission Aigaai It was reported In Saturday'^ isaur that Mr. L B. Brathwalte who is contesting a seat In the General Ajwcmbly for Christ Church is a shopkeeper. Mr. Brathwalte Is a Real Estate and Commission Agent with ofllct-s Sheet Tl : %  %  I IIK,II community councus and othei %  %  richer community lile maivifested in ii..efforts of a nunibei ,/ com< Funds to attract a I for a ommunlit sesaned rwwrever, u • >fi> M lea, that there was an insufficient supply o( Ualnad inatructora and liistructraaaaa to Impart to the proof Ua 'HiN.il. cultiinil ami ir tn.tuii content, No doubt. emph asis ire doing the latter In the B %  .i %  chk i Preoati Officer had established Case Comhlefa ad on difncull probation cases ami >mselves with the inn institutions. These •< n appear t<> form so grow ing-|nimt for children % %  mi pi oteeuV n eort i is elated H %  h ah %  t Claxton Bay While fully Snaring In this pleashappy ti U'ing i iDxi-cxiimiiKil b) it H. L Ward who sppi Brad lot Mr liraillc. i;< gad i" have eonunltled perturj when ahe said:— have in >t been saying that I Icked up the i and gave it In me. I ha nevei written that i wont i .i M i Up a button oil the siepand gave it tn mi'" Mr. K W Harrow it COUneel f< Vearwood In this ease. For Value Plus Quality insist on this label y SnakeBootbAl The Exhibition a ho altei i %  %  %  : %  %  I Ml ll'l ball pout) '' I %  are shot %  A H :is i. volvi i hi i got hold of i 10 put It llll %  %  lAlll I-' IV I %  ol the ".' >' rent BJ I the Arts and i | . Aral M .iin\i turei end toyi t %  %  tahibits f-n tiuv s., ilon will 1" i the Com %  %  II frill i. brought ui %  eonnai on si the la I M %  %  slluif in elaj of tha IS 1 een brought in. %  11 ii"' booths | rid ons merrj | nig llttau % %  awtrlng, Tl • igei fot poultiy and boi IM t < %  •> all pre ills for game-, ol erecti these sa m ee di not into Mir Park until v. natarnhu WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE EVERITE ASIlKsroS-CKMKM CORRL(;\TED SHEETS wine v: #.#; 1 1 in it WAMJLET& Hllh flpprn. ..ti Ihrrp ,1.1. HIM 111 11. II Mm ii ONI I II.OD *l Vur Jrnrllrr. A (.. LTD. ; IM ..\i. si "ll:l| ITS HERE AGAIN 5 PURINA MILK CHOW .|| fe V.V.'.V.VdW 5 Waiting to Greet Hire/a Santa Claus will be looking for you as usual in our TOY DEPARTMENT every Saturday December 1st, 8th, 15th, and 22nd. Everybody always enjoys our Xmas Parties and there will be the usual Lucky Dips and Music to amuse the little ones. Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10, 11, 12 & 13 BROAD STREET HANDY AMERICAN TOOLS ? Wralhrrhtad's Again ** SuuiMnHU.m.vnOKi .8 %  ".**-. A 8 •"-"• %  —%  •m ... AIIM< BWSHMM S IH.AKl.TlfcS IN XMAsM itoMs m "fJZO* 5a" tiiareiles II SI. S S %  <-" *U U .... I.-Is r.les SI u.K "SB-liMAi. A tsUAsia iaY vt Beat] jg Qaallsaaea ia/s B*M W J-onur.-* It/S 4 H..r de M*.h4d >.:,>•. S iwr la/a i ii' i 4 JJj PsaetslBa' U/s sga 'Ho>4i i hereels !*•/ %  ** "tienw" SO/s lli.iwl V PIPES y 'iiuniiiii • Basel JM i Brati S"< vmiii. firaiMl "Um %  "Paehatar Mirii end itm-gB "" & w'''"i" Leadej i SS BJ-AsSar Baa4am n le-ihrr £ A uelibl I'ipr %  ',% 'All Slve* snd Shape* S a **" Prl.es from i:t 00 to SIS SO f Beaft'i f.iani Chsfti Maws at IIAIIIIISfPX S Broad St DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS AT BARGAIN PRICES. At a Im; ilisemint syej recenlly purchased whal is known to toflish Ezporters as a U it.\ irtlpiiianl Conaaqusntly sag can otTei than* goods at prices lar iwl-.w then real value 100 DOZ. E.PN.S.-AI FORKS ACTUAL VALUE AT LEAST H CENTS OUR PRICE-S8 CENTS EACH. 96 DOZ. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES WITH MIRROR POLISHED BLADES AND WHITE XYLONITE HANDLES. SHOULD SELL Ellll NOT LESS THAN' 'm CENTS OUR PRICE-62 CENTS EACH. nilAPPROACHING USTIVAL SEASON WILL MAKE EXTRA DEMAND!) ON YOUR TABLE AIM-OINTMENTS HE I'KEIWKED. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! WE CAN ALSO OKKK.lt A (iOOD RANGE OF REGULAR STOCK ITEMS INCLUDING — TABLE DESSERT AND TEA KNIVES. TABLE. IT. SOIII'. 'TEA. AND C o E K K K. SPOONS CARVING SETS ETC., ETC. _ ^ _ Haidwaie Store HARRISON S ...as.. I el 23()4 jA it:sirs Loud | 10/ eaeh A i m • A lt>JII.II til i: K., r* Pipe* at 60 eei S All aassass u •jNPIpe ('.mil. • JJripr Hr.mrr. V p'ne •*• i eta |l ... I Pourln->. /.ipp I Pul.'hri. Hull ,Bt v v i UAklHlMA KA/.IIHS ;^ i. II i in it BaoM \ MllMUS PBNI I I I N< II s .M-. ^ lH>MM. *.| |s I; BflMVlNa BstUBHIB ;I 1AM UOAM < M Utl ntM £ in MUM, rvn •; ( (IMOV IKMIIIHIN .v (.HtMI'l-tM PIPES (M.AItEIII. fl* A IHINSON I.IOIITEHS k\i(;m s lutut; STOKES .'^.*.'.-.-.'..'.'.'.*.'.'.*. .;•.-.• IV. .*.*.'.*.*.•, You Should Nvr Motor Without . S13CKET SETS • OPEN END SPANNERS BOX 4 OPEN END SPANNERS SOCKETS from V lo H4* TORQUE WRENCHES .. RATCHET HANDLES EXTENSIONS .. SPEED BRACES WALDEN WRENCHES SCREW DRIVERS 3 '. 4". S'. 6" " And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS ECKSTEIN BROS. 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The West Indies main job this morning was to part | COMMUNISTS brok Korean armistice deadlock bs
Lindwall and Ring and then proceed to the quick execu- | agreeing to a total arms freeze and proposifg t! eutré
| tion of the tailenders. un eit Ranine 4h in curtain to ent I
‘ They had almost immediate success in the first half trad th tir that | muni
' of their task but encountered unexpected and somewhat larcented the brineiple of inspt behind i
humiliating resistance in the second half, } But they phrased the conhessic
i Lindwall had only time to drive leg stump while the slip fieldsmen j i the United States’ Armvy’é rotation pro ot
Ramadhin for four before he was, held their heads in astonishment |é ee Me yy rs papi \ res ; : ny Con
involyed in an extraordinary tun|that the wicket remained un- jvent the replacement of battt pao
out, Ring played a straight arive| |} sroken. However off the next ball munists to complete new rtields
off Goddard a little wide of the} Stollméyer turned the single neatly Unite Nat t ‘ sot
bowlers’ wicket and struck um-jto fine leg while Fergusson did Soe k { fy tt R propo
pire Elphinston on the leg. In-| the running. BIG FOUR Ji S zs ng 21 quest Cor
stead of sontinuing on as a bats-| Off Lindwall’s next over Stoll- | . t omised te then
man had expected the ball was|meyer turned delightful twat ray WATS
deflected square to the feet of! past square leg. The willing Fergial S TARTIN G W ORK
Goddard who made an excelleht}dashing up and down the return to Walcott and caught/of the playing square was ap- | — ON DISARMs MENT Ko
Lindwall still running for a sin-| parently unaware just how far he | ( i
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gle which had at one time seemed | had to run since he had no creas®; PARIS, De "
safe. at either end so Rae obligingly Natic | k Big Step
Lindwall run out 48, 467 for|came over and dug him two tte I he Allie ‘
| 8. creises with the toe of his bat np if sr 4 1
Rin, Out . r 1 the ovic i rl e Si Cor « ork
No uanaain was expected Lindwall Knocks Down s rei Vyshinsky ld j ‘ In ¢ c y
from Langley when he came to} Stellmeyer newsmer te W ‘ | » and Chi eutt 3
the wicket but Ring hit a half The next pall was extremely finning ou I Czec i
volley from Valentine. for a}tnhappy. Lindwall bounced one! oe : ind I i it
massive four and théh played too|short at the injured Stollmeyer _ The Big Four under the Chair-| Oy 1e othe nd 1
soon when the same _ bowler] “nd hit him full.on the head. The manship of | : N Assembly Presi ther United Natior embe
pitched one well up to him. The sman dropped with a crash and dent Luis Padill 1 Nervi Mexico | involved the Allie
ball was skied and Ramadhin stretched on the pitch while met in the tightls larded con ide
sauntered in from mid-on te take | tt fieldsmen rushed in to assist mittee room Number five at 5.3(
the catch ; him. ; a.m ind sat withou 1 breal Th mn
' After two minutes of waiting until 8 aom They were to met Ik he 1 (
Ring caught Ramadhin, sguigg) nd rubbing Stollmeyer indicated igair t 10 a.m { ( a ! visstic iy
Valentine 65, 485 for 9. to the applause of the crowd that } Even while the Bis Four h eed I
Now with only two rabbits left}ha would résiimé batting. This cussed the disarmament dea al ! efire ‘
still the West Indies laboured un-) applause rose to a crescendo when the U.N, Political Committee hent ' er)
successfully, Bill Johnstone of ll] Stollmeyer limped to the wicket, Brazil Ambassador, Joao Carlo t is a complete €
people, showed astonishing ability) rubbed his head and turned Miller Muniz report on the p eat I Communi t \ re
to off drive both Valentine and! square for four with a most excel- work of the Committee, est hed | eas had adamantly refu
Ramadhin—a practice he began] lent shot. after the Korean war to deter nsider any arms freeze o
to follow with spectacular results Each batsman had now scored mine method ¢ } ; pection behind their lines on th
to score, The touch of humour in’ seven runs and one heartening ors in tl futur our that tituted :
his sudden accession of batting feature was Rae’s attitude to ence Korean affait
ability was not being appreciated) Lindwall. He was playing Rim Australi Brazil ‘ ada (U.P)
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| by islanders who saw in every} with easy confidence. Lunch score France the Philippines, Turkey citinianinnbiintsianiihintghalesii
' new boundary more and more; West Indies no wickets for 14 i rennet THE HARBOUR FROM BAY STREET I ae the United Stat Vent
probability of an Australian vic-] Rae sevén, Stollmeyer seven Photo by Shannor Ae 7 zuela Yugoslavia joint “RR. ad f he)
tory if they should fail to make] é : é e . Red Fighters Made moved ut the Committee's Lif Ranson Money
| a really substantial score in their, i K Ma Vi it . ; be extended for one more vyéat
rs rT 7 ~ ¢ ® that l Poy 1 y 4 “hi °g
7 | N.Y. Steamships |INZ May VISIT en Isnhing Missing U.S. Plame (39.000 9),0.8 gerbes "1 Pills Red China's
uncourage yy the success of S e ‘ t o ir Armed Force
Johnstone, Langley also began to > W. x t I di ; 7 ; for use ih U.N. troop . .
see if he could sctualty score runs Raise Rates es n es | Land In Hungary The Committee report woul Oot fers
and found that he could. He ‘ ii . oad ts eS ro e2 ; as ue allow the U.N, to assiin regior ; s
pushed oné Heré arid two there} ., ,. NEW YORK, Dec. 3.— In Earl 52 BUDAPEST, Dec. 3. | groups like the North. Atlantt HONG KONG, Dé
in between Johnstone's clumping; The New York Steamship lines Hynaary, confirmed that the} Treaty Organization to act on its}, ee sums of “ransom
boundaries and before Valentine! @ nounced an average ee of S: » “D: IAG, > we missin Jnited States Airferee} behalf agaist any future] from: Chinesea bread” ate ows
. per cent. on-vates to Haitian : " IXTY y ED plane was forced down by Russian | aggressor.—U.P through here weekly into Com
Sows aes Wetta tried and Se" ports and began a close study of Byrn Our, Own ‘Ooreespendent) fighters in Hungary and its four nist Chin coffers, usually rel
runs added, ; Prue — Per re sae, SRP LONDON, Dee. 3, TEN FISHING BOATS were destroyed beyond repair esata ae nfirmati a ae aes ible sourtes said today. The tern
Johnstone finally came back to) 0ST Si ‘ The King will, probably visit} and 60 considerably damaged as heavy seas prompted by | #4" confirmati me ee ts . ransom mone ha ung it
: , i The ase t } 8 ‘aed ‘ : as J. seas ’ kkesman at the U.S Treen a &
his usual form and was quietly The increase for Haitian Aaa the West Indies in early Spring. all after satiall. lest ee » Bee a4 “d C ait on retin lay a spokesman at the U.S. Lega Eden ‘ pes aks Ntbout common use because Con
bowled by Valentine for 28. Lang-| Will become effective from Decem- His doctors have recommended a ee Pe cand ae ae oe re pul wed danes Bot munist e believed to be f
5. Bree 1%. le ° * 24 according to the announce-!) ” Soe ralescence | Night and yesterday A. U.S spokesman said that the 4 . * ¢ ; 9
ley not out 15. Byes 12, leg by ber 24 aceording t warm sea voyage convalescence | "18 ; , i args 7a se Chinese te of «
18, no balls 3. ‘Total 517 ment of the U.S,, Atlantte. and) ang his Secretaries are at work | Boats that were anchored within 30. yards from the shore dans “that the Mihariber 4 wi weet nlinie Re lic { : ons. t6 rel
7 : ,; Gulf Haiti conference with plans for brief untiring vis-| were only lucky if they were not folded in the monstrous })/7™e¢. Mat the merican Army i ° i ' Weste N
Formidable Task Be tpi on eM that conferences |% B heve id dd vet He bole y plane which has been missing for o Fa Islands ;
West Indies came out with [It was learned that confere ate (Sead aur there te ce z ham Pal-} Waves and dashed to bits alony the coast, two wheké id TH thie colintry.” He ' ‘ ' ; rough f Cor
formidable task before them, Covering the rest of the Carib-|firmation from Buckingham Pal- | At Paradise Beach Club, twoladded that the Hungarian NDON ; le x ve
Atuttalio were a 155 on which| bean area were also considering a | ace officials of Saturday’s D } — 24-foot launches were tossed onto|Fotelgh Ministry #avé no further ‘ ; LA INDON, Dec, 3 : i pulsc
meant that islanders needed a New rate of revision in view of the | Express report frat the king oO vi iy the beach by the rough vells linformation. The U.S. Legation so wie ‘is he bic er ud An hoby :
minimum of 400 to avoid weighing Situation brought about by the jc egeenien. by aa Queen ee ae HELP THE nd are beyond repair. far has taken no action, except, size of the relief « xpi dition AT K mt
runs against playing time left. [If rece nt longshoremen’ s strike and cruise | 7 es est tre ian x mane : The Aquatic Club took requesting the Foreign Ministry | we ntina plahned to id ti ‘a I it elat
they scored 400 Australia would the overall increase in operating | the pats oeStp “f ae B nd s - FISHERMEN terrific pounding. as on Sunday t furnis ish it with all details} Falkland island: di 1 not bok tr : oven) e
need nearly 250 to wih with say.) costs. j calls at Jamaica and the Bahamas. night waves breaking onto the/available, This was the Lepation vene the Tripartite naval de el . —U.P
two hours left ie oes ; “sufi In addition to the increased Palace officials say that no Over sixty fishing boats pier ripped loose floor boards andjsecond re quest for information! ation between Britair Shoat ny
ciently remote possibility to be costs in the port of New York the destination has yet been an- were damaged by Sunda: ictually broke one approximately jabout the plane ind Chile
safe—but only just safe. So 400|Steamship conferences are taking |, ounced. mght’s high seas, ena ore in inch and a half thick, Glasses The fir request was mad Replying to the qué SECOND TEST MATCH {
had to be made to force a draw.!a close look at the congested situ- But neither is it denied, and shhabatétice Hatadieds of in the bar were smashed; we shortly aft er the plane reported|Conservative membet serie my
Stollmeyer’s strain muscle in his| ation in the majority of Caribbean |eareful consideration of various tisherméli h&ve been thrown |fitgps were carried away and itself lost and under fire of Red} Kerr, Eden said that a under Close Of Play
right leg had still not recovered ports which the lines report to be | possibilities points to the ‘West out of jobs third arnanee he gangway bora 1 eerie ,|stood. that Argentina had plan OSE '
so Wilfred Fenguson came out to|causing considerable turn around |[ndjés as’ fumber one choice. i . i: was ilso battered anc evera « ungarian Governmentined to send a relief expedition a i ae
3 run’ fer Dis ‘delays and a gonsequent increase} For one thing: it is unlikely. ‘ser ana lian take boards are missing. The flooring /replied that a U.S. plane had flownfearly this month, but that ac WEST INDIES 2nd Inns
. ; 1 expense j s ; ri Z es » Not only f the diving platform had to be]over its frontier and made strong|ecording ¢ } ie
Rae took a leg turn for three jin expenses.—U.P. that the King would wish a ; at 1 . ; i” to his present informa i. 221
off Lindwall’s fleet over and cut | cruise in foreign waters, and this are they out of work now, tak up as well ag the spring|protests to the U.S. about thel!tion ji did not econtraver he] for 6 wkts. 22
; Miller for another three in the | seems to rule out the Mediter- but the: y have lost their | boards as the entire platform was | plane ones a none an leclaratior
ke next over. The wicket appeared | Ove 2° 158 Kille d In ranean. j means of livelihood, a | triking pier the large wes} “air space 4 ard if Alt ia Oe Oe eat Fa oe
still lifeless at this stage and The possibilities remaining are The “Barbados Advocate passed underneath. ha sai pow ae ee my) iia ts a
‘ : ‘ ¢ ‘ 7 ane 4.) yatio Whe e plane he een \ >
neither fast bowler got. any ap- N Italian Floods South Africa, Australia, and the | has opened a fund to help In Diffictlty ; erence rr soaks SF a ah =i
2 ectable i aXe : - West Indies. feed and clothe the fisher- Two persons swimming off the |\2tercel : ‘? > “on "y”
preciable lift. wo' per PMA OF Hungary Popularly known as : “THE LABEL WITH THE KEY” })
Stollmeyer once played ovet ROVIGO. Italy, Dec. 3. li ; Out men over the next few hard club ssterday got into difficul- UP. ?
Lindwall and ence muddled a ball! Federal police said that 81 per- Australia Is Ou months and to assist them in |) ties due to the rough sea and h i
from Miller so that it popped over |sons were beliévetl drowned in stralia can be ruled out in building new boats, were brought to safety by Lionel i
his left hip and rolled just by the |_ “death truck” swept away by Leer ce the fact that Princess We appeal to every per- | Banfield and Pat Fletcher. JAP SPINDLES FOR i
|flood waters near Flashinelle two) Rlizabeth and the Duke of Edin- son in Barbados to contrib- Later on in he afte noon over ARGENTINA ® ® e ))
jweeks ago. Previously, it had}purgh will be going there early ute to this fund, not only 30 men and t enjoyed them- -evidee Both the ‘Key’ and the ‘Spirit’ »
AT OWNERS | been estimated that 33 persons Of/next year and South Africa for humanitarian reasons | jselves. Each had a four foot rOKYO, Dee. 3 } provides both the ‘Key’ and the ‘Spin if
BO a reported 40 aboard had per-|ceems unlikely; because the King’s but also for the fishing urf board and they rode the huge The provisional contract fo i for real enjoyment in the coming festive
q PORT ished. doctors would not wish thim to be fleet, which must be re- | breakers tarting 50 yards Of} cate of 10,000 pindle nd Mi season !
SHOULD RE Today, Federal Police released|fyrther away than absolutely built if the people of this hore and ending up on the beach 200 loom to Argentina va {\
. a list of names of 96 persons|necessary. This leaves the West island are to be properly || With a moderately, strong) ounced by the Western With Xmas around the corner this table of
Boat Owners who eg known to have been aboard alfndies, which are considerably éd. breezé blowing along the Lee-} $7n0 Spiining Compatiy, whose K W Vv. Th pat hts § Xm ill hely the con
ed loss or damage to their | | huge truck, which was evacuating|nearer to Britain. Already one contribdtion vard coast of the island, big} pe oent. A fndo, recently |{ Fev ROU ES EOE Ne eee fe
ctaft during the rough seas flood victims to safer areas. The! has come in—$100 from Mr es continued to beat against ‘ : 5 a ‘ i i jisseur of ‘the fruit of the grape tor tne »
on Sunday night December Police said that 15 were known| It has been pointed out, of ond Maen Celle © ral Old the shor th fury during the} ssid that fe Hoped i Old Chest” with the be Wine el i}
2, should report to the Fish- to have been saved course, that the King, wherever and Mrs, Colles ¢ .” ok |whole day - a eee 4 { * Pe N
Ramage liginleg : : ‘hy te , if “rs were}he goes, will not undertake 4 Trees, St. James.—We thank | nah : ee tract il ‘ ‘ ibout | }) d Brandi: btainabl
eries Officer at his office at The bodies of 19 others were}h g ‘ At mn place the wave ; { t} i i
3 ; ¢ i 9 > are still|séries of arduous public engage- you very much for starting eiachad aa iin ahah. GI dae larch nex eat ifter ern }
The Reef, St. Michael found, and 62 others are stl é ligh as about 30. feet La Supn’ tee Weked af it
i The 1 pine cee AE missing, believed to be lost. The|ments. He is convalescing and no the ball rolling. hile sea spray dould|° ! } ava Reet dG } >
re * naenes of revised list would bring to more|unnecessary strain must be im- Contributions can be sent ak Ys i above the roofs of |He added tt 10 Japanese te i
curred; apa 3 chan iho than 158 the number of pérsons|posed upon him to the Advocate Office and houses along the beaches. vical per’ yuk ( pa y WINES SHERRI
the Skippers an ve 3 who have been killed in the dis- Last time the King was in the arrangements are also being Wherever the toad was low|}the equipment.—-U.P. ti 4 Tonker ¢
were attached to oe meee jastrous floods in Northern Italy |West Indies was in 1927 when, as|| made with the banks to re- long Highway 1, the water ran} ner \}) Ol 1 Ol :
, on the 2nd of December. taurine the past three weeks. ; Duke of York, he visited Ja- ceive money for the Fund. freely over the road depositing} PRESIDENT IMPROVES y' Cape Dry Red (Full-Bodied) re foo
i Bee eae ae —U.P. maica tate ate GIVE NOW! and and fine stones if the road i Old Brow y
moe 2S Bel taba MECES ae ly ng beach a ves TEL-A-VIV, De i Cape Dry Red (Light-Bodied) Pale Dry }
‘ m | loodec and some un Lalow A Govern eats is atin ¥
ree rene eee 24 KILLED IN __|iione, the beaches" got their Noors| ncanced improvement ir te con | fl ae }
. 4h4aku drenched : a ; | { Caberret Sauvignor ° '
— 4 1" Small boats could not venture ition of; -Ti=year-old , nam MH WINES {
Gt N BATTI I lout to sea and‘so fishermen going | Weizmar President of israel ‘ ‘ ‘ Coronatic })
3 gy! Jas ' ral . , >| Doctor who on Saturd de-})}) Cape Mediun weet White , Pre }
4 to save. their fishing boats had to bed ‘We ‘ troubt Communio {
in IN SUEZ swim {6 the moorings Fea a Lia stasauel Reha : Wine )))
: * 4 In every fishing village yes-|)" et age ? “= Ve , vi he i | (Wemmershoek) sh gage ‘f
CAIRO. 1 ; jterday, fishérmen, some in their i s pa n ) oo. I m oh Paarl Tawn
> J, Dee. ¢ jfishing g@ar and other vearing | COD@!on ony ‘ | © }
The Commander of the Egyptiari | horts and bath pant: were | © OMATI i
Suez police, Brigadier Abd Az {| drenched vith sea . water and MINE KILLS FIVA | NES rie )
Awad said 24 persons were killed |cafried a mark of disgust on their | ROME, D 3 | 77) » ware , verve :
and 62 wounded in the Suez on! face Policemer patrolled the, Five children ranging from seven | SE 4 ith HaNn Gs bb i VE s rnartita
Monday in the blocdiest gun bat-!beache t j check the | t 12 year ( f | *ktail
tle of the Anglo-Egyptian disput mage ne Irdine at the ! ( { kl F hoel Sey. {i
A aR ig Ie rt nias i" : J . ’ id \ YY TY) t} vv
wad said 10 Egyptia ver nae haces as hea eS ermou {
killed. é “ed , aed ’ anc ys | ADENAUER IN LONDON | ng the field one chile an | I ing Roodeber Dry Verm (
{ Sette tenes dae ape LONDON De af | : a I} ;
thre moured A é ) Van der Hum Liqueur and Superior Brandies )
ttle and bre | 1)
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GEDRGE SEEL, Comptrol-
er for Development and Wel-
ind Lady Seel, entertained
at their residence,
” Christ Church, yes-
ng, the t

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uth }
} PARIS.
| IN the course of four hours’
: ;|dancing at the British Hospital
the British Caribbean education] pall, Princess Margaret talked to
Conference at Hastings House, ar-|her partners in French or En ‘
rived = yesterday morning, by|lish about problems. ranging from
mal a ing for the Conference | gs. re, Of moto’: scooters: (this
varias wee ie. CY es po ‘“|with Prince de Beauvais-Craon,
yt ; ) See gee Si. Vin_| WhO manufactures them, and who
mc hoe aon aaa od ie eri Mcer of St 'N-| offered her one as a present
iom Conference . ate Prenc
Molasses The other delegates who arrived ~ = <= Anglo-French reli
= 2 “ " e : over the week end were Mr. E. 3. S with President Auriol’s
MEAD MRS. FRED 5. V. Brown, Director of Education, | P@u!-

CROSBY vhc irrived from British Honduras Mr H. Hough- Throughout it all some of We
Canada just over ¢ e-k ago are ton, Director of Educatior Mr. martest women in Paris weg
taying at Cacr Mr. Crosby A. J. Newman, M.C., Principal of discreetly admiring her for he?

Managin.z ‘tor of the Mico Training College, Mr. R. M. charm, poise and clothes sense.
Crosby Molasses C Ltd., St. The dance provided the Prince
John, New Brunswick
Mr. Crosby has many friends
and business acquaintances in

Barbados.

Engineering Schclarship
M* RALIPM sais stuaent
of the Internal Comoustion
bngineering Class of the Barbados
Evening institute, has been
awarded a scholarship in automo-
bile engineering to the University
of Puerto Rico. The scholarship
is tenable for two years and 1s
worth $1,000 (U.S.) a year.
Mr. Hall has been a student of
the Evening Institute since 1948.

lo Be Married Shortly
Be sae for Puerto Rico
inursday by B.W.LA.

on
en-

route to Chicago was Miss “Dots”
Bailey. She will shortly be mart
vied there to Mr. Edwin Sokol-
owski who spent a holiday in
Barbados in June.

St. Vincent born, “Dots” had

in Barbados for over
five years, She used to stay with
Mr. and Mrs. Winston Rogers of
“Winmar”’, Bays Water Court,
Deacons Road.
On Honeymoon
oe their honeymoon
Barbados are Mr. and
Gittens of Trinidad
arrived by B.W.LA. on
night. They are staying
dramér Guest House,

Mr, Gittens is with B.W.LA, in
Trinidad and is at present in
eharge of motor transport with
the airways. His wife is the for-
mer Elva Sellier, They were mar-

been living



in
Mrs.
who
Sunday
at In-

pwisle

ried «it the St. Juoseph’s R. C.
Church on Saturday.
Venezuelans

R. AND mins. LOUIS POUL
flew in from Venezuela on
Sunday night by L.A.V, accom-

panied by their six children, Mr. "

Poul who is General Manager of
T.A.C.A. .Airline in Caracas re-
turned to Venezuela yesterday and
will be returning shortly to re-
join his family on their holiday.

Mrs. Poul and the children are
guests at, Cacrabank. Mr. Mateu
who is a tawyer in Caracas is also
staying there with his wife. They
recently arrived here from a tou
of Spain, France and Canada.

B.A.

M's ENID MILLINGTON,
. Assistant Mistress of St.

Michael's Girls’ Schoo] has passed
her B.A., London General degree



thich s' ; ; . 1. Bent cures grow red. (9)
which she took earlier this year. British Guiana delegates attending your desires.—Jeremy Taylor. 8. Riddle of a G.l. name, (6)
11. Takes life from one edition. (3)
ee ee . mi ieneaie ont — a cag SR 12, Rest about a smal) number. (4
13. Penny from a broken ladder. (5
14. In most keyboards. (5)
B Y ’ | ‘H I W A ' i By B 15: Initially South Africa leads ther
oO Ow ls.
chcomber 16. [t's an agreeable sound, (7)
heist y ea 20 You're alight; not this time, it
HEY th h as Greproo:. By
0 sa at ¢ iea $ 5 ng IS =C . ar ; . 08 i e O- 22. Went up.
2 say that in Ameriean news that wooden eggs-cups are sodden coat, looked like a phot oP NA aneel 18)
got. the wine-list and the being made which will last 100 grapher in action. — . Refreshes thirsty blades, (3)
menu mixed up in a London res- years, However, I notice that the 25, Showed the way. (3) iy
taurant the other day, In the Replacement Section at headline referred to a man who| 26. Discolours), with oll in
He said, “I'll have a Cote Rotie, the great egg-cup factory near fell into a ditch, and threw his Dow
but not too underdone, What Basingstoke, the angry designers, sock at the conductor of a bus. 1. In law, he owen & balance. (9)
would go-awith it?” “I should try,” moulders, finishers, tappers, bend- If only I were not so obsessed 2° Ruins veal as a general term, (
said the Wine-waiter, “a bottle of ers, packers, and loaders are with art, I should have read on 3 Qpen air rest. (7) se sis
Filet Mignon.” “O.K.” said the already protesting. The hideous before writing this. oy Re athe a ee Sher
American, “with plenty of ice.? nightmare of Things Which Will a Sa 5. This is final. (3) hak “ae
Snibbo hits out Last Longer has singled them out 6.5 upset by the receipt o

TUNG to activity by a report
drawn up by business mea,
in which the lack of business edu-
cation at our universities is de-
plored, Snibbo has offered to en-
dow a Chair of Salesmanship at
Oxford.
interview, “It is not Latin or
Greek which enables our execu-
tives to think up new dodges for
overcoming sales-resistance, and
if your teeth are beginning to look
dejected and cloudy, French poetry
will not help you. Does a know-
ledge of Chaucer or Milton realiy
aid a man to write advertisement
copy’ ~ts° the attitude to life of
Euripides relevant to modern bus-
iness problems’ Has Homer a
message for the men who are put-
ing over the new drive to make
this country Snibbo-conscious?”





Short story

HE. disappearance of the
thirty-second scientist in two
weeks from the Atomic Experi-
mental Station at Gorplehurst
seemed to indicate that something
was wrong. A rapid check of the
personnel., made on the day when
a further group of 18 crossed tu
the Continent, revealed that all the
remainder were Communists, But
the public was reassured by a
Government statement that none
of the missing men had had access
to important information. lt was
only when 84 more had gone
away, and only five were left,
that an inquiry was demanded.
The last five at once packed their
bags, taking care to include any
secret papers overlooked by their
colleagues, Only a night-watcn-
man remained to collect the last
of the documents, After two days
he, too, departed, and was last seen
embarking at Dover, Asked where
he was going, he replied, jestingly,

“Russia.”

B°GG-CUP makers are noto-
riously obstreperous. They

are notJlikely to take quietly the



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Murray, Education Officer, Jamai-

ca; Mr, D. L. Matheson, Acting|Â¥/th a resounding feminine tr.-
Federal Education Officer, Lee-|4mph. Dressed in the yhite Dick
ward Islands, Capt. E. W. Daniel, frock which she wore for her 21st
Director of Education and Mr, J,,|>itthday, her hair crowned with
Kenworthy, Principal of the |4 tiara, the Princess delighted her
Government Training College,|Somewhat nervous French danc-

Trinidad; Mr, J, A. Maurice, Edu-|ing partners with the excellence



cation Officer, Dominica; Mr, A.Jof her French and with’ the ease
C. G. Palmer, Education Officer,Jand spontaneity of her convers.\-
Grenada, Mr, O, A. Walker, Acting] tion.



Education Officer, St. Lucia, There were two orchestras at

. a the dance, which was held at te

Contribution Inter-Allied Club in the Faubourg

Mr. S. H. PEROWNE ACRABANK’S new annexe/St. Honore. The Princess danced

only once in the rumba room and
was then persuaded to go into an-
other ballroom where a Hungari in
string orchestra was playing so
as to reduce the crush on the stair-
way leading to the rumba bang.
From that moment the rurmea
band played to an almost emt
room while nearly 1,500 guests
(each of whom had paid £8 for
a ticket) crowded the second ball-
room for a glimpse of the Prin-
cess. She danced until 1.45 a.
It was the most brilliant socia
occasion Paris has seen for ye
Among the guests were Prince

Mr. Perowne In Paris time eras ek ee
ona ‘ ~~ a as six s aks
R. ceva ; FaROWNE, somewhat like an English cottage
former Co onial Secretary with its large bay windows. This
here, is at present in Paris with js their contribution to help cope
ais wife. Mr. Perowne is Adviser with the coming tourist season,
m Arab affairs to the United Viscount Hyndley and his
ingdom Delegation to the Sixth qaughter along with about a dozen
General Assembly of the United other guests braved the rainy
Nations, and he is attending the weather to turn up for Cacrabank’s
session now being held in Paris. Sunday curry lunch. Viscount
Engaged Hyndley and his daughter are holi-
HE engagement was announced ae at the Colony Club, St.
at the Carlton Dance at the “"" yy"

Paradise Beach Club on Saturday Here For A Month

night between Mr. N, S. “Brickie” T present holidaying in Bar-

- 5




Lucas, popular intercolonial and bados is Miss Hazel Bowen|Pierre of Monaco, Princess Ar-
Carlton cricketer and footballer of Brooklyn, U.S.A. who plans to|mand d’Arenberg, Princess Sixte
and Miss Hazel Carrington, be here a month. She is staying|de Bourbon Parme, Princess Ame-

daughter of Mr. C. A. Carrington with Miss M. L. Seale of “West-|dee de Broglie, Princess Guy de

of Cheapside. Gate”, Land’s End. Faucigny-Lucigne, Sir Duff Cooper

Trinidad Orchids Back From Trinidad and. Lady Diana Cooper, the

LEARN that some exquisite or- ETURNING from Trinidad on| Baron _and Baroness Guy de
chids from Trinidad will be on Sunday by B.W.1.A. was Mrs. Rothschild.

show at the Annual Exhibition next Clyde Cozier who was in Trinidad

week, The orchids arrived by plane on a month’s holiday. Her husband

this morning. works with Ferreira and Co., in
Mr, R. F. Parkinson well known Port-of-Spain,

in orchid circles tells me that Mr, Gordon Wins

and Mrs. Gregor A. Durity who pring large crowd which attend-
were in Barbados recently arrang- ed’the Local Talent Show
ed for the Trinidad Horticultural at the Globe ‘Theatre over the

Society to send the orchids. *
Chri Sh week-end saw Sam Gordon carry
ristmas ow off the first prize. He sang “Orange

ARIB dropped in on the girls Coloured Sky.”
of Queen’s College recently Second prize went to Lucille
to find them hard at practice for Craigg who sang “Too Young To
their annual Christmas entertain- Know.” The other contestants
ment which they plan to stage on were Martin Haynes who sang
December 7 at 8 p.m. and the fol- “Ccenfess’, Deighton Gilkes, “If”,
lowing afternoon at 4.30. Carl Best “Because of You” and
This show is being organised Denzil Deane “I Cross My
sles: entirely by the girls them- Fingers,”
selves and tickets may be obtained Rich Cake
from members of the staff or can Wi rich cake donated by Miss
Hannah Jones and raffled by

be bought at the door on the oc-
casions of the entertainment. De ;

Mrs. B. Conduit in aid of the Old
Ladies’ Home was won by Mrs.

To-night the Princess is dining
with Sir Alfred and Lady Duff
Cooper at their Left-bank flat—
in company with Miss Jennifer
Bevan and Lord Plunket.

Ah, Paris
THE Bolivian Ambassador in
Paris, Senor Costa du Rels, who

CROSSWORD

Across





Education Conference
R. F. OGLE, Director of Edu- Edah Ince of Cacrabank Hotel

cation, Mayor C, E, Darliny- * *
ton, T.D., Principal of the Techni- Talking Point ee
SECURE a contented spirit,

cal Institute and Mr, R. C, G. .
Polter, Principal of the Govern- measure your desires by your

ment Training College, the three fortunes and not your fortunes by









for its first
stamp-collecting,

victim, Baldish,
broad-nostrilled

Reset in concise fashion, (5)

She's in the calendar, (3)

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Sir Dursley Gackwynde, probably 1% Softly 20 tt $ dow and beg
s sley Ge 3 ‘ y Softiy to the meadow
the biggest name in the egg-cup Programme 18, anbece ideee nothing in tie.
| epi e “lay: “Thic je Shinto 10 ‘
world, said yesterday; “This is TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951 19 Ye old wey of singing. (5)
bad news, just when we had per- 11.15 am. Programme Parade, 11 30 2) Made in Westminster, (4)
fected tha neo-plastic egg-cup, a.m Queen’s Hall Light Orchestra, Solution o: yesterday's pussle.—Acro:
which can be thrown awzy after 12.00 noon The News, 12.10 p.m, News +, Se soning: 6 Grepnon? 40. fiarette
>ac ” : Analysis. omb; Umiak: ; k
“Te er y, U, 100—7.15 pm. — 48 43 m,, SLae m, Bering; 25, Stenms 18, Oats: pO. Der
wenty Years oO, roar - _ Pas 1. Statue; 2, Eriometer: 3. Sarbacan |
_* : f P 4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The 4 Notor! Bs; 5. Interpage: 6, Nee
HE headline Wet Sock paiiy Service, 415 pm. Cathedral Gas , Seek: 12. Miser: 15. Nety
Thrown At Conductor” took Music, 445 pm_ Semprini, 500 pm e Sty
me back to the Salzburg Festival Composer of the Week, 5 15 p m, Strat




ford Upon Avon Di tlton

Hayes, 615 pm Welsh Magazine

6 00 p m



of 1935, when, in ducking to avoid



the dripping macintosh thrown by pm Programme Parade, 6 55 PEARL
a young Czech student, . Herr /Soday's Sport, 7-00 p.m. ihe ewe
Bursting lost his balance and fell Report on Fourth Day's Play in Second Pp 4 2
from the rostrum like a rotten Test and Rendezvous’ with Common y AS
apple into the lap of a lady viol- Wealth Artists =
: ’ A 10.90 5 3 » 21.32 .
inist. The macintosh swathed ™!°—!0-30 pm—t8 43 m., 31.42 m "US
itself round Rustiguzzi’s head, 745 pm _ Generally Speaking, 8 00 jpemoovecee
and temporarily silenced that pm. Think on these et 2 em sll

che ute v adio Newsreel, epo rom
noisiest of mammals, A second pritain, 845 pm. Composer. of the
wet macintosh, thrown by a Week, 9.00 pm. Meet The Common



jovial tourist, became draped ov wealth, 9.30 pm. Ray's A Laugh, 10.00
ar :, £ ; pm The News, 10.10 pm. From The
the harp, so that the harpist, faitorials, 10.15 pm. Round and About

gingerly raising a corner of the 1030 pm. The Tempest.

Imitation Jewellery

Pearl necklaces 60c. up
Pearl Earrings 72c, up.
ALSO CHOKERS, BRACE-
LETS ETC.

| Plus a wide variety of cos-



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Princess Margaret

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TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951



Two Years
For Carnal
Knowledge

Trotman, a labourer
Road, St. Michael,
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the Hon. Mr, G. L. Taylor at the
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Before sentencing him, Mr.
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James Williams who was found
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D. Malone for the accused Mar- Aimes.
* shall,

servant Carmen Marshall of Upper Collymore Rock, St.
Michael, guilty of having had in her possession a quantity
of sulphuric acid with intent to commit a felony on October
9. The Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor postponed sentence.
Counsel in the case were Mr. Bryan go between Marshall and
Bryan held Marshall’s
while the Hon. Mr. F. E. right hand in which she had the

THE Barbados Arts and Crafts Society at their Annual
General Meeting held at Wakefield, White Park Road last
night, decided to adopt a motion for amalgamation with
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through a forged instrument was Electors Seek _ after full discussion on the matter

Field, Acting Attorney General, cup. Marshall shouted and pulled



sentenced to 18 months’ imprison-
ment with hard labour.

Public Mischief

Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor placed
Winifred Hoyte on probation for
18 months on a personal bond of
£25 when she pleaded guilty of
effecting a public mischief. Mr.
D. H. L. Ward who appeared on
behalf of Hoyte asked for the
leniency of the court on his client.

Winifred Hoyte on September 1

appéared for the Crown. The
prosecution called on seven wit-
nesses to prove its case while the
defence called on one witness
Before calling the first witness
for the prosecution, Mr. Field
briefly outlined the facts of the
ease to the jury. He told them
that the accused Marshall appear-
ed before them on two counts. On
the first count she was charged
with attempting to throw on Elise
Aimés, a domestic servant of Bec-









told the Police that she had lost kles Road, St. Michael, a quantity
the Turf Club Ticket series QQ Of sulphuric acid.
1559 for Midsummer Turf Club

Second Count
On the second count she gras
charged with having in her poss-
ession sulphuric acid with intent

Meeting of 1951.

The ticket had drawn the horse







“Usher” which would have en- M
titled her to the sum of $30,294 if tO cOmmit a felony. The offence
phe had the ticket. The Police Was alleged to have been com-
carried out investigations and mitted on October 9,
found that the statement that Marshall had charged Elise
Hoyte made to them was false, Aimes before Police Magistrate
Mr. Justice Taylor told Hoyte Mr. McLeod with throwing a cor-
that she had done a foolish and TOSive substance on her. The ac-
senseless thing. He took into cused had some good reason to
consideration all that her. coun. Believe that Aimes was going to
sel said to the court, but he hoped be discharged by the Police Mag-
that she realised the gravity of iStrate.
the ofience and the trouble to When Aimes was discharged, the
which she had put the Police accused followed her into the
Force courtyard and there, some of the
witnesses would tell them, Mar-



shall with a cup in her right hand
raised her hand as though to throw
the substance in the cup on Aimes.
After this Marshall ran into the
Police Canteen, The cup was taken

Electors Assoc.
Concerned Only

to the Government Analyst and
rT ete was found to contain a quantity

W ith Ability of sulphuric acid.
s First witness called for the
The Electors Association are not prosecution was Cpl. Kenneth
concerned with class, colour or Murphy attached to the Bridge
creed. What we are looking for Post. He said that on October 9

are men with ability, brains and

he was in the Police Magistrate’s
integrity to run the affairs of our

Court of District “A” in which Mr.





government. That is why, out of EB. A. McLeod was sitting as Mag-
the eighteen candidates we are jstrate, He was examined as a
running for the General Election, witness in the case in which Elise
about six or seven of them are Aimes was charged with throwing
coloured gentlemen. As a matter corrosive acid on Carmen Mar-
of fact if the Electors Association ghall





were purely a white organisation i

I acta not be on. this platform Marshall Carries Cup
toenteht While the case was going on,
ie Marshall was sitting in the front
Mr. A. R. Toppin toid this to the bench in the court. He saw Mar-
large crowd who turned out at shall take something from @ hand-
Hothersal Turning last night to bag which was on the floor of the
listen to the Electors Association COUTt. Aimes was eventually dis-
political meeting. The meeting charged. As Aimes left the court
was held in support of Mr. Top- Marshall left shortly after her,
candidature for election to ¢@!rying in her right hand a grey



plastic cup.
He left the court and stood on
the steps of the court and saw

House of Assembly at the
1eral Elections, as a representa-
» of the parish of St. Michael.







aT ae a great interest in world Aimes under the tree in the court-
affairs,’ Mr. Toppin .told his Yard. From information he re-
Rearers “and when I see that in ceived he shouted to Aimes telling
the countries of Australia, New her that Marshall was going to
Zealand, and recently the United throw something on her. Aimes
Kir n, the workers have put on hearing his shout, went to-
bac » Conservatives in power, wards the steps of the Court of

k that something is wrong Grand Sessions and Marshall ap-





I
; proached her.

When Marshall got about eight
feet from Aimes she “drew” her
right hand from behind her back
in @ cireular motion but the cup
was still in her right hand. Sev-
eral people were in the courtyard

icedonia,”

r touching on such matters
t rice question, housing,
education, etc., Mr. Toppin asked
the electorate to support him at
the polls on December 13 as they
had so generously done on the last
eceasion he was seeking election
to the House.

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away and a gortion of the liquid
in the cup was thrown away.

Marshall then ran in the direc-
tion of the Police Canteen at Cen-
ral Station. He reported what
happened to Sgt. Marshall.

At this stage Marshall who was
sitting in the dock, cried out: “He

is telling lies on me.” Her counsel
waved to her and she sobbed
quietly.

To Mr. Malone, Cpl. Murphy

said that the first time he saw the
plastic cup was ween she took it
out of her bag in the court.

Analyst’s Statement

Mr. N. Carmichael, Govern-
ment Analyst, told the court that
on October ¥ Sgt. Marshall brought
to him a glass containing @ quan-
tity of black liquid, a plastic cup
and a piece of cloth. The cloth
\vas discoloured. From his exam-
ination he found that the liquid in
the glass was sulphuric acid. The
plastic cup also contained sul-
phuric acid and the cloth was
saturated with this acid. The sam-
ples were returned to Sgt. Mar-
shall

Police Constable Simmons said
that on October 9 he talked with
the accused and she told him that
if Aimes ws discharged she was
going to throw acid on her, He
advised her not to do so.

He noticed that Marshall had a
quantity of black substance in a
bottle which she poured into a
plastic cup. After the conversation
with Marshall he told Cpl.:Mur-
vhy something.

Next witness called was Police
Constable Springer and he corrob-
orated what Cpl. Murphy said.

Island Constable Stanley Bryan
said that on October 9 he was
standing in the courtyard and was
facing Mr. McLeod’s court when
he saw the accused coming from
Mr. McLeod's court with her hand
behind her back.



He heard Cpl. Murphy say
“Elise, Elise, Carmen coming te
you.” Marshall was carrying a

cup in her hand containing a dark
liquid and was going in the direc-
tion of Elise Aimes
Told To Run

He heard shouts from the crowd
in the courtyard and Elise Aimes
went in the direction of the Court
of Grand Sessions steps. Just as
Elise got by the steps, two women
pushed her and told her to run,

Marshall started to chase Aimes
and he held her right hand in
which was a plastic cup. Marshall
aftempted to throw the contents
of the cup on Aimes. Marshall
then ran into the Police Barracks.

To Mr. Malone Bryan said that
when he heard Cpl. Murphy shout
he looked in the direction of Mr.
McLeod’s court, He could not
definitely say how much liquid
was in the plastic cup. While he
was holding the hand of the ac-



To Regain Power
COX SAYS

A large crowd at Eagle Hall,
last night, regularly cheered Lab-
cur candidates, Mr. M. E. Cox and
Mr. T, O. Bryan during the course
of their election campaign speech-
es. Mr. Cox and Mr. Bryan are
running for a re-election to the
House of Assembly in the forth-
coming General Election in the St
Michael Constituency.

Mr. Cox told the people that the
Electors’ Association were sending
stooges to speak on their political
platforms and they were only
seeking to regain the power to get
the big gains they wanted and pay
the small wages they could pay
Witn impunity whén in power.

Mr, Cox said that men like Mr
Yoppin, Mr. Leacock, Mr. E. K
Walcott and Mr, Wilkinson, were
coming around telling them that
they liked them, but he knew bet-
ter than to believe that the people
would be fooled by such prepos-
terous statements,

“If they like you,” he said, “they
would give your children jobs in
Broad Street and in their other
offices when they were educated.”

In the course of his speech, Mr.
Bryan said that he did not believe
that the women would fail to real-

ise that when the Labour Party
helped their husbands to get
higher wages, they themselves

were benefiting indirectly,

Magistrate Mr. E. A. McLeod,
While in the courtyard she heard
someone shout that the accused
was coming towards her to throw
something on her. She looked back
gnd saw Marshall with a plastic
cup in her hand. Marshall at-
tempted to throw the contents of
the cup on her and a woman
pushed her (Aimes) away and she
she ran,
Accused Cries

Sgt. Marshall said on October 9
he received certain information
end went to the Police Restaurant
at Central Station, He saw the
accused crying and under the
chair on which she was sitting
there was a plastic cup with fluid
in it

He took the cup and went with

Cpl. Murphy to the courtyard
where he saw a spot on which
black liquid was thrown, Cpl
Murphy took up some of the
liquid from the ground with the
cloth,

The cup and cloth were sent to
the Government Analyst. Later

the same day Marshall made a
statement which she signed.

She was then charged with at-
tempting to throw corrosive sub-
stance on Elise Aimes. He got
back the articles from the Govern-
ment Analyst.

At this stage the case for the

rosecution was closed,



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away.
Elise Aimes said on October 9
she was charged with throwing

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The Committee of the Arts and
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BARBADOS & ADVOCATE

Gree Paes

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Broad St., Bridgetown

Tuesday, December 4, 1951

SASTER
4
DISASTE

reduced the
boats is a

saster which has

THE dis
island’s fishing fleet by so many

solemn reminder of this island’s depend-

political control.
warning

ence on factors bevond

But it is also another
that the
At the time of

known how

sharp
food position is worsening

writing it is not yet
fishing boats were des-
troyed or incapacitated by Sunday night’s
high seas, but the sea and beaches. at one
point of the Leeward Coast yesterday was
full of floating wood and canvas, remnants
thirty
and women were
with

many

of some
Men

yesterday

fishing boats.

walking around
little pieces of
wood, mementos of the little ships on
which fishermen relied to find food and
employment for themselves and for the
community. The total loss of boats can-
not be than sixty and will probably
be much higher. But sixty as a
basic figure the picture of woe is black
enough. Some 240 men will be unable to
make a profit out of fishing for a period of
at least three months. That is a very un-
happy state of affairs at a time when agri-
cultural labourers great de-
mand.

In addition the island will lose at a very
conservative estimate 162,000 lbs. of large
fish like dolphin, and 1,440,000 flying fish.
These figures are based on very low
averages of 8,000 flying fish and 900 Ibs, of
large fish per month per boat. When it is
remembered that one day’s good catch of
flying fish can. be as high as three or four
thousand, the conservatism of the estimate
will be appreciated.

pathetic

less
taking

aré not in

But the loss of food and loss of employ-
ment, serious, as it is at a time when soar-
ing prices and food shortages are beating
down on Barbados relentlessly, are not the
only losses. Most fishermen owe money
to the Government and money recovered
from insurance will not be adequate to pay
the full cost of building ‘new boats at
higher prices: Sail twine has recently
jumped from 60c. a Y Ib to $1.15, Paint
which used to cost $7.00 now costs $9.84
for the same quantity. Fishing lines have
risen from $1.10 to $1.82. Nor are prices
of materials the only factors to be consid-
ered. It is not easy to get ship’s carpen-
ters to build boats within the time thought
reasonable by fishermen. No one can
therefore predict how long it will be be-
fore the fishing boats smashed to pieces
between Sunday night and Monday morn-
ing will be replaced.

What then must be done?

The fishermen must be helped. A fund
must be started now to ensure that those
fishermen without alternative methods of
employment are provided for until they
can again resume their noble profession,

Secondly alternative methods of catch-
ing fish must be adopted.

Thirdly everything must be done to en-
courage more sea-going vessels to fish.

There are alternative methods. For
more than twenty years Barbados has de-
pended on privately owned small vessels
equipped with auxiliary engines and
facilities for preserving fish on ice. Two of
these -vessels until recent months have
been bringing an average of 5,000 Ibs, of
deep sea fish to Barbados every three
weeks. ‘They have been selling this fish
at 26 cents per Ib, to wholesale buyers and
the Government of Barbados has controll-
ed the retail price at 32 cents per lb. Re-
cently one of these vessels has found it
more profitable to work for the Barbados
Gulf Oil Company which has been con-
ducting seismographic tests off Barbadian
waters, Today higher prices are being
offered in British Guiana, Trinidad and
Martinique than the wholesaler is allowed
to pay here unless the local Government
allows him to increase the retail price. At
a time when meat prices are out of reach
of the Barbadian importer’s pocket and
when imported red salmon can be sold at
$1.00 a lb. it would seem stupid for the
local government not to allow the retailer
to sell deep sea fish caught off West Indian
fishing banks at 40c. a Ib.

Indeed we would expect the Govern-
ment to make available the fishing boat
Investigator for deep sea fishing of this
kind and by giving incentive to owners of
small vessels of all kinds to enter the fish-
ing industry at remunerative prices,

The problem facing Barbados in its most
acute form is the problem of increasing
local food production. If food production
can be increased even at higher costs the
government can consider measures to
assist the very poor who cannot afford to
pay higher prices. But if food production
decreases because the Government does
not give adequate incentives to those who
produce food then people will starve and
there will not be enough food to be dis-
tributed equally. The problem is urgent.
The misfortune which has fallen on Bar-
bados’ noble fishing fraternity will arouse
everyone’s sympathy and it is certain that
Barbadians will give
their unhappy fellow citizens who richly
all the help the

generously to assist

deserve

afford.

community can



Our New

AMONG THOSE

Several film stars; the Steel
Board chairman; a 17-year-
old Eton schoolboy; Mr. Hugh
Dalton: and (whether he likes
it or pot) Communist sympa-
thiser Professor Haldane.
The pride of 5,000 families has
made possible the compilation of
one of the most fascinating Brit-
ish history books since the war—-
Burke’s monumental “Lathded
Gentry,” appearing next spring
as the first edition for 15 years.
There are many newcomers who
join the squires and their ladies
for the first time. Some have
spent up to £3,000 proving that
their pedigree is good enough.
Others have tried to gatecrash



































































by cajolery, threats, and tricks.
They have been dismissed as
snobs, their family trees failing

to pass the experts.

There are also those who gain-
ed right of entry by distinguished
public service.

200 Acres Is Enough

The compilers of the book, try-
ing to present a realistic cross-
section of Britain today, have
been forced to revise the old
standards.

Pre-war you had to own about
500 acres before you could be
considered for inclusion.

Nowadays 200 acres will
do—provided your pedigree
is noteworthy for at least

three generations.

Your land may be let out for
farming, but not for factory
building.

THE book is a record of the
fall of the old country squires

and the rise of new people whose
bank balances are larger than
their pedigrees.

Nearly half the “Landed Gen-
try” are now un-landed, Others
are hanging on to their acres and
historic houses only by stripping
themselves of all the splendour
of their past style of life.

Backbone of Britain

But it is a thrilling story. On
every page we get a glimpse of
the backbone of Britain—of the
men and women, neither of hum-
ble nor of exalted rank, who
have served their country with
ability and loyalty through the
centuries.

It is also a proud story. No
one but these 5,000 “landed”
families are mentioned in the
book—with their 40,000 liv-
ing relatives and millions of
ancestors,

Only because nearly all of
them have kept family records is
the book possible, E

YOU can stay in the book if
you were in it before, even
though your present address is
no longer an ancestral home but
merely a number in a road.

Thus Molineux-Montgomerie,
formerly of Garboldisham Hall,
Norfolk—his lineage goes back to
the 15th century—is now just the

The Blugga Is Good

To The Editor, The Advocate—
Sik,—I have read with inter-
est several of your articles on
Garden Life and Work by “Agri-
cola.” Let me offer you my con-
gratulations on the information
and advices furnished and the

clear way in which they are ex-
pressed.

I wish to ask if you are ac-
quainted with the “blugga’’ or
“Boola,” a close relative of the
familiar plantain. If so may I

suggest that you give some ac-
count or recommendation of it in
the near future, If not, may I tell
you what I know about it. It is,
as I have mentioned, a good first
cousin of the plantain, available
for the same uses, and it has (as
far as I have learned from culti-
vating it here for a good time)
this considerable advantage: it
thrives and bears handsomely in
comparatively poor soil where
the plantain wil! not succeed.

It grows a tall tree, like the
plantain and it is used in Grenada
—or used to be—to “mother” the
little cocoa trees until they are
big and strong enough to bear sun
and wind by themselves: then the
blugga tree is dug out and just
used as manure,

1 got two or three suckers from
a planter friend in Grenada a
good many years ago and they
quickly grew and _ multiplied.
That was when I rented this place
for awhile upwards of 40 years
ago, and since we bought the pro-

perty in 1923, we have enjoyed,
in many bunches, the benefits of
that experiment.

As I have said above, the blug-
ga, or boofa, is a good second to
the plantain, and similar in shape
and size, but with a blunter nose.
It makes also an excellent fruit
stew, with sugar, if kept in hand
until thoroughly ripe, even going
a little soft inside the yellow skin,

In these days, when produc-
tion of local foods so urgently
needs to be increased its cultiva-
tion would be helpful,

P.S.—1I am supposing. all the
way through, that the blugga is
not much known here in Barbados
—or if known, not appreciated,
That is our experiance

F.G
26th November, 1951

Contented Not Cultured

To the nditor, the Advocate,
SIR,—Please may I make a
correction?
I did not refer to the CUL-
TURE of Jamaica, This, I do not
doubt, has the encouragement of

the British Council, for which
the British taxpayer pays, It is
outside the question of Feder-

ation and is a matter on which
I would not venture an opinion.

What I did claim was that
Jamaica is neither peaceful,
prosperous, nor CONTENTED.

Matters with a definite effect on
the wellbeing and happiness of
Barbados in the event of Feder-
ation
My apologies for not
clearly
Cc. E. SHEPHERD.
JNovember 24, 1951,

writing
more

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Gentry~

Hy Sidney Rodin
man who lives at 14, Malton-
‘venue, Heworth Creen, York.

And Hart Formerly Shake-
speare Formerly of New Place—
eleventh in descent from Joan
Hart, sister of William Shake-
speare who retired to New Place,
Stratford-on-Avon, in 1611—is
now Mr. Harold Hart, engineer,
of 2, Baker-street, High Wy-
combe, Bucks.

A Change From 1836

The old squires have unaccus-
tomed companions these days.
When the book first appeared in
1836 the gentry were so fat with
land thet they never bothered
with a commercial or profession-
al occupation—unless it was the
Navy, Army, the Diplomatic Ser-
vice, or the Church.

Listed in the new book
film stars Sir Laurence
Olivia De Havilland,
taine; novelists
and S. P. B.

are
Olivier,
Joan Fon-
Graham Greene
Mais; broadcaster
Freddie Grisewood; Hollywood
producer John Farrow (he turns
out to be “Farrow of Surlingham”,
in Norfolk, with a 500-year-old
pedigree); scientific instrument-
maker Paul Negretti (“Negretti
of Lane House,” in Lodsworth,
Sussex); 2nd famous _ business
names such as Wills, Whitbread,
Sandeman. Guinness and Colman,
THERE are many other sur-
prise newcomers among the
“quality.”

“Hardie of Ballathie’ is Mr.
Steven Hardie, the 65-year-old

Steel Board chairman. Little
pedigree is shown — only three
generations — but Mr. Hardie

qualifies by the possession of
2,000 acres in Perthshire.

Mr. Malcolm MacDonald,
Commissioner - General for
South-East Asia ranks as
“MacDonald of Hyde Hall.”
His father, Prime Minister
Ramsay MacDonald, was the
son of a ploughman when
born in 1866,

But Mr. MacDonald at the age
of 50 is now one of the landed
gentry because of his “properties”

—listed as Hyde Hall, Great Wal-
tham, Essex; Upper Frognal
Lodge, London; and The Hillocks,

Lossiemouth.
Dalton and Shawcross

Sir Hartley Shawcross—not yet
invested with enough honours to
leave the gentry for the peerage
books (he is a knight)—enters
the new volume by proving he is
of yeoman stock going back to
1743,

Mr. Hugh Dalton comes in as
a cadet of the family of “Dalton
of Dunkirk Manor House,” His
early ancestors raised a Cavalier
regiment to fight Parliament, La-
ter his forebears bred three Cam-
bridge wranglers.

POIN' TS | FROM LETTERS :

A Gallup Poll

To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—I recently had another
dream about the elections — now
they say whatever you dream the
opposite will really happen, When
I tell you about tnis dream. you
will agree it will be serious if
the opposite does not happen. J
dreamt I decided to have a
private Gallup poll amongst all
my girl friends. This was no
doubt caused by reading’ in
your newspaper that women are
going to influence this, ele@tion
However, to get back “to™ my
dream. I had decided on only three
queries, as sometimes my G, R’s
can really talk and this was to
be a verbal poll.

First, what party were you
voting for — second, why were
you voting for that party — and
third — would you prefer a man
or q woman to represent you. My
first girl friend was getting over
an attack of the flu and was glad

to see me. Got into trouble
right away over No. 1. She did
not believe in parties, she was

for individual expression; an in-
dependent would be her choice.
If there wasn’t any she would
just vote for a name she
fancied, like they do at the races
— when it came to 3rd, she didn’t
trust her own sex. This talk,
which I had timed for 10 minutes,
lasted a good half hour ag she
got sentimental, only when I
mentioned another girl’s name,
did she ask me to leave.

No, 2. girl friend would have
nothing to do with parties or poli-
tics but she had signed the paper
as a voter and was going to vote.
The night before the elections she
would put the names of the can-
didates in a hat and just draw
two. She considered she would
have done her duty. She would
rather be represented by a
woman, providing that woman
was herself. This was to time,
i.e. 10 minutes. No, 3. girl friend
beliaved in parties, but did not
like certain names, so she decided
to stay and home trot. Vote —





Landed



PRESENT:

COMMUBIST sympathiser Pro-
fessor J. B.S. Haldane is in
whether We likes it or not. He is
a junior Member of the family

of Chinner’-Haldane of Glen-
eagles—with a Scottish borer
lineage stretching to the 12th
century.

Sir Norman Angell, author of
“The Great Illusion,” did not < p-
pear in the last book. Now at 76
he has consented to come in, but
still declines to give his pedi-
gree. His right of place is won by
ownership of Northey Island,
Maldon, Essex,

But he is one of the gen-
try only at low tide. Then
his island measures 300 acres.
At high tide it is 50,

Mr. J. B. Priestley was eli-
gible to rank as “Priestley of
Billingham Manor” because of
his formerly extensive Isle of
Wight land acquisitions. But he
is not in. He refused to give his
pedigree.

Some Came From Abroad

Many men of foreign descent
take their place among the -old
English names.

Head of the house of “Sebag-
Montefiore Formerly of East Cliff
Lodge,” is a_ 17-year-old Eton
choolboy—Robert Sebag-Monte-
flore.

He comes from a 17th-cen-
tury Italian and an 18th-
century Moroccan family,
both of which settled in Lon-
don more than 150 years ago.
On the other hand, 36-year-old

Willy Freund, an ex-pilot officer
of the R.A.F.V.R., is now a squire
because he owns two country
estates, although his family was
still in Vienna at the end of last
century.

MR. L, G. PINE, editor of the
book, told me: “Pride of family
sometimes carries people too far.
In producing this book I believe
I have done more to clean up
genealogy than has been done
for 15 years,

“If everybody who claims to
have come over with the Con-
queror were right, William must
have landed with 200.000 men-
at-arms instead of about 12,000.

“I have thrown out the le-
gends and put in the facts. I
have rejected 300 ‘Norman
descents,’ leaving only about
50, and have reduced _ the
‘Saxon descents’ by 50.

“Only three families can prove
Saxon descent through the male
line — the Ardens (one was
Shakespeare’s mother), the
Berkleys and the Swintons.”

Traced Back To Vikings

Commander Harald Clouston, |
of Clouston and Smoogro in the
Orkneys, has established his line
back to a Viking who was Earl
of Orkney in 1090. Commande:
Clouston commanded destroyer
during the last war.

L.E.S.

entirely by women, as_ the,

arrived at decisions much faste

than men — to her, logic was to»
slow compared with snap_ in-

tuition. However, as this would
have to be a gradual process, she
vas going to vote for a party an

as it didn’t make much sense one
way or the other, she would get
her little girl aged 3 to choose
“which hand.” No. 5. girl friend
had to consider the morals of th:
men, and as they were all found
wanting, she also wag going t
put the names in a hat. With the
3rd question she | decided sh¢
liked men ketter than z|

|
No, 4 wanted a Government ru ‘|
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Just then the rain came down
and the wife woke me up to
shut the ndow. First time |
did not get bnnoyed with her, es
I don’t like shutting window
but if I had gone on dream
ing! ? t 3

PLAIN MAN.
3rd, December,1951.

Racial Hatred

To The Editor, The Advocate,—

SIR,—Judging by the class am
racial hatred that is preached
their political meetings obvious},
the Labour Party is counting o
this method of obtaining votes i.
an island with an overwhelmin
majority of coloured people,

But inteiligent workers—thos.
that we educated in the bad days
before age-grouping—know th
class and races living and work-
ing together in harmony meat
prosperity with good pay anu
bonuses such as have just bee.
distributed while chaos and di:-
order can only bring results os
are seen in Grenada—by taking
advice of leaders that have no-
thing to loose but hopes for some-
thing to be gained in the shuffle.

There are still some who believe
that honest work and law and
order will lead to happiness and
prosperity.

LISTENER.
29th November, 1951.

World Meat Production
Inereases

LONDON, Dec, 3.

World meat production increas-
ed substantially during 1950 to
pass the pre-war level according
to a report on world meat produc-
tion and consumption in 1949-50
published here to-day. Neverthe-
less international trade was 20 per
cent. less than in 1938 because
more meat wey. eaten in the pro-
ducing countries, the report by the
Commonwealth Economic Com
mittee said.

Of the major exporting cin-+
tries only Australia and New Zea-
land consumed less meat last year
than in 1938. In’ Argentina there
was a “big” increase and in Amer-



ca where prewar consumption
was 115 Ibs. a head. The figure
since 1948 had remained at 131 Ibs

Both in Europe and North
America pork production rose
steadily through 1950. Beef and

veal output in Australia, Britain,
Argentina and New Zealand in-
creased in 1950, In North America
there was a slight fall in output.
Mutton and‘lamb production fell
appreciably except in New Zealand
and Britain,

Commonwealth countries sup-
plied about half of Britain’s im-
ported meat in 1949-—50 compared
with about } in 1948 and # before
the war the report said.

Commonwealth exports of becf,
veal, mutton and lamb were
slightly lower in 1950 but those
from other countries — South
America in particular—fell more
heavily.

In consequence the Common-
wealth share of world exports im-
proved. Its beef exports about a
quarter of the world trade before
the war rose to about 38 per cent

—UP. |

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be earned the hard way. And the production
;and economic experts are saying that there

The Last Days Of
Europe's Honeymoon

HUGH DUNDAS
Express Military Commentator, fits
today’s

Eisenhower's
Who Pays? There Is No
Cosy Way Out

This week’s meeting of the North Atlantic
Council in Rome, heralded as an interim
affair of no great importance, looks like turn-
ing into a showdown which may decide
whether the Western alliance will succeed
or flop.

news from Rome _ into

year of endeavour

Just a year ago the formation of a supreme
military H.Q. was conceived. Eleven months
ago General Eisenhower was appointed te
command. Ten months ago he came to Europe.
In the spring the military structure took



shape.
Meanwhile, a Defence Production Board
and a Financial and Economic Board set

about obtaining and paying for the arms and
munitions. In October, a 12-man committee
was set up to co-ordinate their activities.

On the surface it has been a honeymoon
period of hustle and achievement. Europe,
it seemed, was pulling herself up by the shoe- |
strings and preparing to resist aggression.

Now the honeymoon is nearly over and
the real issues of the union become apparent.
General Eisenhower looks round the house
he has built and finds that it is far from fur-
nished.

NOT BAD

WHEN he took over, there were ten divi-
sions at his disposal in the Central European
Sector—five French, two British, two U.S.,
and the equivalent of one more from Bel-
gium, Holland, and Luxemburg. There was
one division in Italy and a few battalions in
Denmark and Norway.

By next January he will have six U.S.,

divisions and four British—but only five
French,
Holland, Belgium, Denmark, and Norway

may produce another five between them. In
the south, Italy now has three.

That does not look too bad for one year's
work. But there the good news ends.

For Europe has used up its capital. From
now on every division, every weapon must

are few signs to show that they will be
; earned,

UNPLEASANT

AT least another 25 divisions are needed,
with all their arms. The plane situation is
cesperate. Only the most unpleasant and
politically disagreeable action can produce
the men, the guns, the tanks, and the planes.

Governments know that to fulfil their com-
mitments they must for a time impose econo-
mic hardship, longer working hours, and pos:
sibly direction of labour,

Not one Government—and that goes for
Britain—has yet accepted the challenge. Ini
tial enthusiasm is dying out as the moment
of truth comes nearer.

Meanwhile, at Rome, there are disagree-
ments over matters great and small. Britain
and the U.S. continue to squabble about stan
dardisation of small arms. Britain is expected
to protest, against a U.S.-led North Atlantic
Naval Command.

Above all looms the problem of a European
Army. The French Government first thought
up the plan last year.

THE STRAW...

It seemed a cosy way round the difficulty
of fitting in the Germans, a way of using
them for European defence without resur-
recting a German national army. 99956



‘

Eisenhower grabbed at the straw. He be- ‘
lieves that Europe must be defended east o! |<
the Rhine, and he argues that if we are to|\
fight on German soil we must have active |x
German support. If the formation of a Euro-|%
pean Army is the best way to achieve agree- %
ment on German participation, then form a *
European Army. *

That is the Eisenhower argument. In Rome $
yesterday he repeated his belief in such a]%
supra-national defence force. $

But elsewhere the dream fades. Even ii $
France influential voices speak against it. %
General Juin, Eisenhower's’ land C-in-C, hav %
criticised the plan. General de Gaulle has se! %
his strong nationally minded party against 11. x
And Britain could never join. %

SNAGS x
TWO more dark shadows lie across the x
conference tables in Rome. 3
Mr. William Herod, the American super- |
man who came to London last January to}
organise and co-ordinate Europe's gigantic |
rearmament drive, has resigned. Why? *
Has he decided that apathy and ropes
make the task impossible, that the European |
countries will only rearm if the path is made |
smooth with a profusion of dollars?
And General Eisenhower's departure, too
is foreshadowed. Will he return to the US.
ext spring to run for President? And, if so, is
there another who could keep Europe's flick-
flame of enthusiasm alight?
LONDON EXPRESS SERVICE.

,

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EDUCATION TALKS OPEN

Big School Population AT BROWNE'S BEACH

A Hard Problem

paramount problems facing the various











WHEN CONSTRUCTING
OR REPAIRING A
BUILDING

SnakeBoothA!
The Exhibition

I'he Snake Booth will perha



educ uthorities in the cclonies is that of providing, atu y people who attend
n uncial resources available, staff and accommoda- the A Ing al Exhit
neet the educational needs of a rapidly increasing Be eeteear nae ear eane ALWAY USE
} . : : vane 1is booth ) will see ; SE
hool population, said Sir George Seel, Comptroller for thi th patre will see, the S



stuffed sk of a@ Macajuei ma'e

Develepment and Welfare, vesterday.



or i > of be r
Sir George was addressing the delegates at the opening a vise a o ,
ession of the Caribbean Regional Education Conference at Phe snake, weighing five and
Hasiings House half pounds and measuring 4 -~ wn _~ i
He said largely by the quantity and espe- fect, six inches, was discovered s

It gives me great pleasure in- cially the qualjty of the education

feawell Airport on Friday, N
deed to welcome you te Hastings will be the underlying thought in

vember 2. It car



e out of a near













H nd to wish you all success we can provide That, I am sure, rass field on to the roadway wh
t or} At one time, I ex- your minds as you pursue the de- it was shot by Mr Henders
pected that my duties would take tails of your agenda during this Maneger of the Airport, witl
; from Barbados this week coming week .38 revolver, Two industrious ES T )S- Cc EMENT
ttend another conference, but got hold of the snake, dise nbo A B ( .
I am very glad that in the event I One of the paramount problems eled it, stuffed it have deci
ve the opportunity of meeting facing you all—and one which is to put it on chen, eee
vou to-d or this is animportant viewed with growing concern by , }
occasion Those 10 have been all the Governments—is that of “he booth in which the sna CORRUG ATED
longer than I s me, I proviaing, from the financial re- will be exhibited is a queer we oe
nfess to my surpriss this is sources available, staff and accom- traption. Such a booth wa
the first Education Conference to medation to meet the educational scen at Queen's Park before 1
eh tI ish West Indies needs of a rapidly increasing built along the lines of the ie
t hich territories will be school population I do not in- way traffic system” so as to p ,
representec Mi reover, y 0 ur tend to dwell this morning on the vent any c rest : : j > |
wenda include a number of im- difficult question of population, al- ne eer on
portant problems which are com- though those of you who read the . i - ;
to all the West Indian terri- report of this Organisation for 1950 53 eee bones ae Arts and
and in all of which, there- will have noted how seriously we aa one Park Fait weate tio: hie
ai } tne fratn indie ‘ ad + a p . . — s i . e yesterday, f
Mee hace ne see aoe at BNE ee ee ea The bits of 13 boats were washed ashore at Browne's Beach, Boy Street, yesterday morning. were the first to arrive and it

















si 4” another which will of children for whom education This was part of the damage done by the heavy seas cluded pictures and toys. From
ce towards the right solu- should be provided, is something —_ oo ween the majority ! . ” na
ons t ng is therefore which cannot be avoided by refus- exhibits for this section will t
me of much gnificance to those ing to recognise it. It is now being (‘% e . PERJURY CASE submitted. Members of the Con
responsible direction and seriously aggravated by the alarm- Social Consciousness n mittee responsible for laying ot
g idainet of educational effort in ingly steep rise in the cost of edu- ADJOURNED this section are hoping that tt ill ARRISON'’S Broad St
this are eation. There are some figures in exhibits will be brought in 4 ‘ ‘ .
: . : Chapter IV of the report which 1 e A case the Police brought early as possible so as to
Conferences Frequent illustrate this unfavourable de- TI d d I W d d against Loleita Yearwood of Kew confusion at the last. momen |
Conferences of experis at Hast- velopment in a very striking way, a S ] esprea Road, St. Michael, charging her
ings House are becoming fairly and Iam sure that all of you have with perjury, was adjourned by Two lamp-shade and a mow | DESSERT KNIVE AND r
frequent, and as they assemble I experiences which bear them out Police Magistrate, Mr. G. B, Grif- elling in clay of the Nativity h



find myself, as a layman compara- T haul DORA IBBERSON fith yesterday already been brought in
tively rsed in the technical ypica s | ;
matters discussed, trying to assess : The case against Yeirwood is Nearly all the booths have be« AT BARGAIN PRICES.

the particular place of each con- This is a typical and challenging MISS DORA IBBERSON, Social Welfare Adviser to the that on September 6 this year, erected and one merry-go-roun¢





ference in the general aim, which example of the difficulties which " rf = Sati 1 . after she was sworn in as a wit- These booths are n ing . ‘ ‘ ‘ ihe “ it li

ae all share, of promoting the confront those who are responsi- Comptroller for Development and Welfare returned to Bar- 6a it nicnsd 266 tndaokitiassault saith bitcinis wich, Wns ane fe At a big discount we recently purchased

elfare and prosperity of the peo- ble for educational eqeainisiration bados on Saturday by B. W.LA. from Trinidad after a short that she brought against Timothy cattle, cages for poultry and ba e what is known to English Exporters as a e
p16 12 Chehe SO eee Cree ae oe eerie Parnedltata ee Visit. Headley before Police Magistrate kets for vegetables are all pre “frustrated hipment.” Consequently we

— t t go0r > . he ably are, no ate b , ‘ ‘ y a rae \ : e s ate s > > >

4 re ne attract a good de ho po rouieelan remedies Objectives She said that Mr. Wilfrid Chinn, Welfare Adviser to the ¢ Rie L. Walwyn, she committed pared to receive exhibits : } a i bel

tical ¢ ion and generate co- * af ae secretary of Ste for . jes w > vis , » Brit- Wilful and corrupt perjury when can offer these goods at prices far below

e y: others meet and do are likely to be reached only Secretary of State for the Colonies will be visiting the Brit Nebrs Neti ie, co ty The stalls for games of chanc« | ® ’ I e



r work so quietiy that we hard- gradually. and by sustained and ish territories in the new year and in view of his crowded D. HL. Ward their real value









- } i ‘ton » - sach- 7m : who appeared for ®re erected but the majority «
ly reelise they are here at all ign a dy o eS eh programme, he will not, be able to stay in Trinidad long wr. Headley. these games will not be brought
t } . Is . Bal administrators, and w ss . - a P
Sometimes there are widely dif o 5 a obort. as we ail trust, of | enough to see all the extensive amount of welfare work : | into the Park until Wednesday 100 DOZ E P N S -Al FORKS
ferent economic interests, some- the support, % 7 a there. SI } | edvizat Es ‘aelt lat She is alleged to have commit-] morning ° on)
tes ‘erent s of geographical those who are set in authority there. She thought it advisable to bring herself up-to-dat: ted perjury when she said “
Or roach; in both cases quite gen- But they will be peeenee pies on Trinidad’s social welfare services so that she could help have. not’ been saying that a maT ACTUAL VALUE AT LEAST 84 CENTS
2 5 - 7 > =} y by tak- ’ 7 ae
\ine, and reconcilable only by for- egy ee tne inane by ‘@*, Mr. Chinn and Trinidad to get the best value out of his woman picked up the button off
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bearance and compromise. At this Conferences such as this, and by visit. the ste ps one “ves me. I have LEATHER OUR PRICE—58 CENTS EACH.
education conference we can, f each of you examining your own She was impressed by the widey , e never vritten 1a a4 woman
think, at any rate assume a basic proposals in the light of know- spread and lively social conscious- See eee again, the lovely nom i picked up a button off the steps Ww 1 L W |
unanimity in the approach to the jedge and experience already ness of Trinidad, the number of coast road, the beauty of which and gave it to me. ‘ «mE E. | S
problems, siriee men and women gained elsewhere 2 local community councils and other] Will, to all appearances be foreve Mr. E. W. Barrow is counsel for 96 DOZ. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVE
who devote the lives and talents I am sure that in this way, your welfare bodies sponstaneously|Safe from industrialisation, Yearwood in this case, _



to education m be inspired by Conference will prove of the ut- formed, and the keen desire for a
ne fundamental ideals of most value to all who are taking richer community life manifested





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Some people would identify ss the case in these territories, that
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search of the philosophers for the B.A.L. r.A. ant trained instructors and _ instruc- or a ue us
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M ay Pee oe eee practical that Barbados apply for affiliation, Festival and the Dominica Music Y Del A | A
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cents per word on week-days and
cents per word en Sundays for each
Liens wore
DIED
SOBERS--O 1 December, 1951, Cuth-
© i t f the Seventh Day
Ch t His funeral leaves
ht ate Weekes Land,
Geodlar Mi 445 this
y « for the ry Cemetery.
t Sober ow}, Brickie
Howa Nephew
IN MEMORIAM
BELLIS lovin emort of my dear
husband Edrie Emerson Ellis, whe
parted th life 28th November
T ears has passed since that sad
¥ ote » loved was called awa
May test in the arms of J
Mrs Viola Ellis (Wif Juan Vib
Emerson, Noreey (Children)
4.12.61—I1r
——
TROTMAN Ir memory of our
dear Dud! rotman, husband, father
and Uncl who deported life or
December 4, 1951
It doe 10t need a special day,
Tc eall him to our minds-
ir i we do not think of hin
A Mews. bard to find,
I ed but Jesus knew
Et best for him
Ev to
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4.12,51—2n

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culture.
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at standard Government rates.
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educational qualifications and ex
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to the Director of Agriculture

Queen's Park, and will be accept-
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1.12.51—6n, NOTICE
: ISLE DSO! The Parochial Treasurer's Office, St
po g g y > F) 1947 Model} wichael will be clofed on Wednesda

with New Tyres. Fluid drive with auto-
matic Transmission. Mileage 33,000 and
n perfect condition—Dial 4616, Courtesy
jarage 22.11.51—12n

and Thursday,

from 12 noon,
C. GEORGE GRANNUM,

Ag. Parochial Treasurer

St. Michael



RELIANT TRUCK-—Recentjy overhaul-
ed and painted, apply Barbados Agencies, }
telephone 4908. 29.11.51-—6n

4.12.51—In









LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION







Sth and 6th December

BARBADOS

ELECTION NOTICES














avVOCATE





TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1951

& FOUND
ior | SHIPPING F



PERSONAL LOST

























|

| The eby warned against

| givieile ) ALBERTHA es
7" F e YARD do not hi JSTRALIA,

PARISH OF ST. MICHAEL | WORR zs I do not hele | CARDS—Canvas Bag containing Xmas} MONTREAL, 7 sent &
“ib ERY give notice that. 1 (5 - 2 ef One ame 1 Cards Between WM. James’ Alifiahoaie and oer eee i. xine) ‘The MV. “Caribbee” will accept &
i e Paroch aflding, ‘ ‘ a St. Alban’s Chapel. Finder v > ‘ ; ep in. for &
berland Street, Bridgetown, as the place] Unless oneet Sion warded on retuening same to Mr. 'S.| 8.8. “PORT ADELATD®’ ts sched-[@ Cargo and Passengers Ot @
where Parishioners of the parts of St NEL WOR Mayars C/o St James Dispentery uled to satl from Hobart September 25th ON ete aelting ak
Michael and other perrons duly qualified | Wane sat ee 449.51—1n | Melbourne October 4th, Sydney October Nevis and St. Kitts,
to vote at any election of Vestrymen for | ‘ 0th, Gladstone October 16th, Port instant, “‘doneka’ will accept
the said Parish may assemble on Mon-; * M—2 WALLET—One (1) Wallet containing] Alma October 20th, Brisbane October = wr rm 2 ogerh for
i\day the 7th day of . be- | —_ receipts and money. Will finder kindly | 27th, arriving at Trinidad about end Cargo ar “ — Se deateh
tween the hours of 10 and ll as to ° return to Gordon Wilson Cfo, C. §S.| November and Barbados about December ees St exits, Date of x
cleet & Vestry for the Parish of 8t.| WANTED Pitcher & Co. 4.12.51 —2n | Sth. Nevis an te uotined :
Michael for the year 1952 ; im addition to general cargo this ves- Saree 8 So eos wilt mocent

} ED . CA N 4 I sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M. & ee Rieder onage 5 »
“55 Prosi tenon iz HELP vu TIO *"Garko accepted on through Bills of Lad; {Scte, St. Vincent, “Grenada and ¥
Actg Parochia’ eagurer, : senittiieatal — ‘argo accepted on ie departure to be &
St. Michsel. ¢ TE W an OVERSEER ing for trans-shipment at Trinidad to Aruba. Date of depa q
1.12.51—8n | pry cet tay
aapiiee- MALVERN ACADEMY British Guiana, Leeward and Windward a. dcop ‘capenina $
- tions in writing will be received on or oe ears. Islands. rary s ; j
PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH before 15th December 1961 addressed to} Registered and Approved sce re ee i oe 2
} HEREBY give notice that I have! tie Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates Department of Education | pres WITHY & Co. Lid. i ee
eppointed the New Vestry Room adjoin-| 1:4 ‘parbados Co-op. Bank Ltd, Marhili| 4 entrance examination for the year TRINIDAD
ing the Vestry Room, Oistin, as the place ¢ , Bridgetown. The successful appli- | 1952 will be held at this school og Ew 466669665666 266 6669608
where al} persons duly qualified to vote cons will be required to take up duties on| 14th December at 10 a.m. _

at any election of Vestrymen for the said
Parish may assemble on Monday the
7th day of January, 1952, between the
hours of 10 and 11 o'clock in the morn-
ing to elect a Vestr~ for the Parish of
Christ Chureh for the year 1962.

WOOD GODDARD,
Parochia] Trecsurer
Christ Chyrch.
1.12.51—In

|



PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH .
I HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Room at the Dis-
pensary as the place where~all persons
culy qualified to vote at y election
of Vestrymen for the said Parish r
assemble on Monda:, the Tth day
January, 1952,



a





ol
between the hours of 10
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the year 1952.

A. T. KING,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Joseph.
1.12.51—3n



PARISH OF ST. PETER
I HEREBY give notice to all persons
duly qualified to vote at the election of
Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have




TRUCKS—Two Fordien Thames Ston| I HEREBY give notice that a Licens- | fPpointed the | Parish Hoon, aa
Trucks in good working order. Done | tng Session for the granting of Certificates | Oo meet on Monday, the 7th day
ander 8,000 miles. For particulars Apply | for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for oe Tisiiate: Tale. Sateben ae Meare: on
W. 1. Biscuit Co., Ltd. Phone 4337 the Parish of St. George and that part of 10 anal ° i afniawks ix thie seraea ae

4.12.51—6n | Christ Church within the jurisdiction 1 Vestry for the Paria’ w St Peter
of the Police Court, District "B" will be ae brie dae he Parish o ete
. held at District “B’ Police Court x lor the year : 4s eee
ELECTRICAL Thureday the 20th day of December 1901, Parochial Treasurer,

at 11 o'clock a.m.
Dated this 30th day of November 1951
Cc. W. RUDDER,

Magistrate, Dist



(2) JUKE BOX—One Juke musical box,
lays twelve records for one shilling, in
food working order. Ring 4908, Barbados
Agencies. 29.11.51—6n

REFRIGERATOR: One (Electrolux)
Of Burning Refrigerator in perfect
order Apply to T. Sydney Kinch,
‘lantations New Building, Phone 8270,
w 3070. 21 11.51—12n



Police



LICENSE SESSION

i LIQUOR

at the Police Court District “D" or
Wednesday the 19th day of December
1951 at 11.00 am
Dated this 3rd day of December 195)
J. R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrat
Distriet “D".
4.12.51—4n

ae
RADIO—One “PHILCO” 9 tube model,
“ondition as new. No reasonable offer
efused The Standard Agency (B'dos) j
Ce. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620. 4.12.51—I1n



A ls esicke
LIVESTOCK
PUPS—Pur- Bred Bull Master Pups.
\oply Mrs. John Goddard. Dial 97%,

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION



MECHANICAL

“RECORDON" Dictating Machines, ¢
oOmplete with all actessories. Apply The
arbados Import & Export Co., Ltd
Phone 2959.

for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. James will be held at
the Police Court District “E" Holetow:



at 11.00 a.m
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E", Holetown.
4.12.51—4n

°4.12.51—4n

a
TYPEWRITER — One “UNDERWOOD”
& Carringe Standard typewriter, Block
etter type only, suitable for shipping or









Spe,
4.12.51—1n



1 HEREBY give notice that a Licens¢
ing Session for the granting of Certifi-
cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the parish of St. Thomas will be held

I HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates

On Friday the 2ist day of December 1951



St.

PARISH OF 8ST. JAMES
i HEREBY give notice that
appointed the Vestry Room
Parish Church as the place where all
persons duly qualified to vote at any
election of Vestrymen for the said Parish
may assemble on Monday, the 7th day
of January, 1952 between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the ear 1952.
P. H. TARILTON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. James
i

:

I

have

near the

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PARISH OF ST. JOHN

I HEREBY give notice that

3
appointed the Vestry Room at the Parish

have

Church as the place where all persons
duly qualified to vote at any election
of Vestrymen for the said Parish,
assemble on Monday, the 7th {
January, 1952, between the hours of 10
and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
2 Vestny for the Parish of St. John for
the year 1952.



H. 8S. FRASER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. John
1.12.51
—

on



nsurance office. Best offer accepted. LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE 1 Wer tie sitiee ton I have

Apply :— The Standard Agency (B'dos) The application of Edna Jordan, shop- appointed the Vestry Room near the
©. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620 4.12.51—In | keeper of Roebuck St., _ St 4 sclcheel, Parish Church as thé place whe
—————— | holder of Liquor License No. 709 aes persons duly qualiled to vote at

MISCELLANEVUUS anted to Cecelia Jordan in respect Of | ciection of Vestrymen for the said Paris



AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink and | $ppesite Gulstone, Roebuck St., City for

Vhite, sizes 32~—38, $1.50. Modern Dress rmission to use said L

i y ¢,, at said premises, Roebuck St., City
hope 4.12.51—-6n | "Dated this 3rd day of December 1951
BOAT-One Fishing Bont—ready for To:--G. 2 ae ; i

e. New sails and all equipment Ag. Police ‘AT sae

Apply Mrs. Colin Carter, Palmetto Disttiny ' RETA LEWIS,
square. 4.18.51—2n iMaike



for Applicant.



COKE--A quantity ‘of Foundry Coke for



ttom floor of a 2 storey wall building

dquor License

N,B.—This application will be consid-



may assemble on Monday, the 7th day
of January, 1952, between the hours of
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the Parish of St, Lacy for
the year 1952.

OSWALD DEANE,

Parochial Treasurer,
St. Lucy
1.12,51—3r

PARISH OF ST, PHTIP



nmediate delivery >) 71. Biscuit | ted at a Licensing Court to be held at I HEREBY give notice that I have ap
‘o,, Ltd. Phone ago, % Weaaote én | Police Court, District “A” on ‘Thursday | pointed the Chureh Boys’ School neat
the ‘13th day of December, 1951 at 1) /the Parigh Church, as the place wher

CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation | lock, an, parishioners of the parish of St. Philly
eather handbags. Two for $1.00, Plastic G, B. Sere and other persons duly qualified to vote
endbags with shoulder strap in a Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist at any Election of Vestrymen for the
ariety of colours 98 cents, 4.12:51—1n shid Patish, may assemble on Monday
4.12,51—6n 7th day of Januany, 1952 between the



CHRISTMAS CAROLS.--A supply of
hese just received “O come all ye] ef of Black Rock, St. Michael, for permis-
oithful"; “Hark the Herald Ang-\s sing”; sion to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at
fa Dulei Jublio", “Once in Royal David's a beard and shingled shop at corner of
r'; “God rest you merr? gentlemen": | Beckwith and Wellington Streets, City
Shepherds watch"; “We three Dated this 3rd day Of Deeomber 1951
“The first Nowell"; ete. Dial | to;—~G. p. GRIFFITH, Esq.,
Da. Costa & Co. Ltd. Electrical Ag. Police Magistrate,
} partment. 4.12.51—6n District “A”

IONE RILEY,

Applicant,
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at

The application of Tone Riley, shopkeep-



————
AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A
ovely assortment of American Christmas
Carts in boxes of 16 different Cards,
her Cute



« and uncommon. Clearing | police Court, District “A” on Thursday
't $2.00 per box. You could call at our|the 13th day of December, 1951 at 11
Mee and see them immediately. The] g'elock, a.m.
Standard Agency (B'dos) Co, 14 Swan : G. B. GRIFFITH,
St Dial 3620, 4.12.51—I1n Ag. Police Magistrate, Dist. “A”.

manfenen energie 4.12.51—1n
ee HOUSE—Complete with furni- -
ture an lights. Apply—- Holywood, FORM
Corner St. Matthias, Hastings. IL.

4.12.51—1n

FOR WOODWORKERS
CROID INSOL WATERPROOF POW-
DER GLUE, Obtained at all leading Hard-
ware Stores. The General Agenay Co.,
(B'ds.) Ltd., 14 High Street
2.12,51—6n0

The Land Acquisition Act,
1949

(Notice required by Section 5)

THE acquisition, for public purposes,
— of the following parcels of land con-
GALVANISED SHEETS — A limited!taining One rood and seven perches
juality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft. to| more or less situate at the District of
iO ft, Attractive prices, Enquire Auto! Saint Christopher in the parish of Christ
Tyre Co. Phone 2696. 1.12,61—t.f.n.| Church in the Island of Barbados
— - described in the Schedule hereto and
more particularly shown and delineated
n black, pale pink or blue, Strapless and | and coloured Pink on a plan of survey
ribbon trimmed, Our own design. A| signed by Mr, C. K. Nichols, Sworn
wonderful “special” present at $12 andj} Surveyor, and dated the 5th day of
‘13. The Turtble Shop, Marine Hotel. May 1951, and filed in the office of the
4.12.51—1n | Colonial Engineer having been decided

on by the Governor with the approval
“OLIVE BLOSSOM"’—D Class Yacht, | of both Houses of the Legislature of the
winner of last year's Trophy. No reason- ;Island of Barbados by resolution of the
oble offer refused. Phone 2959 — 8285./ Houses of the Legislature, it is hereby
4.12.51—4n [{ declared in pursuance of Section 5 of

———— —~—— !the Land Acquisition Act, 1948, that

OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES: jthe said lands have been acquired for
hey make good Xmas presents, Choose | the following purposes; For increasing









NIGHTIES, of glamour soft cotton lace











from large assortment at IMPERIAL | school buildings and furnishing play-
OPTICAL CO., Lower Broad St. grounds for Saint Christopher's Girls’
30.11.51—5n | School,
THE SCHEDULE
SPRING CUSHION UNITS—Ready ALL THAT parcel of land containing

packed Spring Cushion Units, just ready

one robd and seven perches adjoining
for padding and covering at a price of

lands of Saint Christopher's Girls’ Sehooi

$2.00 each The Standard Agency|in the parish of Christ Chureh and
B'dos) Co. 14 Swan St. Dial 3620. bounding on lands of M, Hazlewood on
4,12.51—1n | lands of A, Clarke on lands of Estwick

a

SPECIAL OFFER OF 2 PiECE TIN

Kirton on lands of the said Saint
Christopher's Girls’ School and on the





ROASTERS—Two useful sizes, 12” 11%] public Highway and particularily shown
t $1.92 and 12%" 8+ at $1.41, Obtain-| and delineated on the plan thereof dated
ble at HARRISON'S HARDWARE |the 15th day of May 1951, certified by
‘TORE, Broad St. 2.12.51—3n{/C, K. Nichols, Sworn Surveyor.

. area — Dated this twenty-seventh day of



TOYS; Inflated Rubber Toy Animals. | November 1951, at Government House in






Large Size American Plastic Dolls, All| the Island of Barbados.

ne Price, 84 cents cach, Modern Dres ALFRED SAVAGE,

Shoppe 4.12. 51—6n Governor,
—_——__ —_—- 1,12, 61-
WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine

Leather in varicty of Multicolours,
with zipps all around also photo compart-





ments Makes a fine Christmas Gift PD
*1.80 ands $288. Modern Dress Shoppe. A, M. WEBB
4.12, 51-—
STOCKBROKER.

XMAS CRACKERS! Please see us be-
fore ‘qu buy! Thank you. John F. Hut-

son Ltd., Shepherd Street Barbados Investments,

Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street, Bridge-
town (upstairs Phoenix
Pharmacy.

4.12,51—3n

| ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS



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LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

hours of 10 and 11 a.m. to elect a Vestry
for the Parish of St. Philip for the year
1952.
P. 8. W. SCOTT,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Philip.
1,12.51—3r

PARISH OF ST.





NDREW
I HEREBY give notice that I have
appointed the Vestry Fsom near the

Almshouse as the place where all person
iuly qualified to yote at any election of

Vestrymen for the said Parish mas
assomble on Monday, the 7th day of
January, 1952, between the hours of 1(

end 11 o'clock in the morning to elect
a Vestry for the Parish of St. Andrew

for the year 1952.
@! AL SKINNER,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Andrew.
112,51—3¢r





PARISH OF
i HEREBY give notice
duly qualified to Vote at the clection
of Vestrymen for this Parish, that I have
appointed the St. George's Vestry Roon
as the place where all such persons ma)
meet on Monday, the 7(h day of January
1952, between the hours of 10 and 1
o'clock in the morning to elect a Vestr)
for the Parish of St. George for the
year 1962.

ST. GEORGE »
to all persons



H, JOHNSON,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. George
1,.12.51—3n



PARISH OF ST. THOMAS
I HEREBY give notice that I
appointed the School House ney
Parish Church as the place where a
persons duly qualified to vote at ar
election of Vestrymen for the said Paris
may assemble on Monday, the 7th da;
of January, 1952, between the hours ¢
10 and 11 o'clock in the morning to elec
a Vestry for the Parish of St. Thoma
for the year 1952.



bee

ar th



F. F, PILGRIM,
Parochial Treasurer,
St. Thomas







DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd.
BARBADOS.
B.W.L,

Pupiis are prepared for various exam-
inations up to the L.C.C, and Cambridge
standard in all subjects.

Enrtance fce $1.50

| Tuesiay ist January

1952

IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE

=

2.12.51—3n

GOLONY CLUB, §







omc ot

Ve Alcoa Steams



James, have a

vocaney for an Assistant Manager or F. L. MORRIS,
Manageress; applications should be made eo
in writing, In the first place, giving full 27.11.51—4n

PUBLIC SALES
REAL ESTATE

A GOOD business premises with house



pevticulars and experience.
27.11.51—Tn.

wanted,
4.12.51—in

© =p
NUE:
Aoply No

STENOGRAPHER

eee.
~Experienced Nurse
14 Swan Street.













An experienced

temographer for Realtors Limited. Apply NEW YORK SERVICE



























id land attached, also water and light} A STRAMER Sails 23rd November— arri Barbados 4th December, 1951
letter only IM the first instance. Ad-| SPS ov" s Sails ovember— arrives Barbe
tivess 151/152 Roebuck Street, Clty. ae nen Fe gg rg ae pg A STEAMER Sails 14th December— arrives Barbados 25th December, 1961.
%8.11.51—t.n _ : ie
ared Pounds down and the balance
eae ee —| fronts NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
Latmdry Maid and x Cook Pepakes Apply A ae A. OM, ee 5 8S. “OCEAN RANGER” Sailed 7th Nov ember-—arrives B’dos 24th Nov,, 1951.
Apply to Mrs. Lisle Bayley, Pavilion, | L2ne. Dial 374s. SiS) | A STEAMER Sails ist’ November— arrives Barbados Sth December, 1901.
| Hastings Le tae tate of Sak kn Be) eee tee, Doomememe arveven - Beheiien 3h, Poems ey
Pcter, adjoining “WYCHWOOD" with
s right of way to sea. Apply: Wesley CANADIAN SERVICE
» MISCELLANEOUS Bayley, High Street a, | SOUTHBOUND
; ; 4 12,51—2n
SE ea RLLEnY | Be eCReS ue f Shi Sails Sails Arrives
GOGD PURCHASED. — GORRINGES, pos = ently Meas secatetst walifex Barbades
ANMIQUE SHOP 2.12. 5i—t.f.n 500 GUINEAS FOR par 7 5th Nov. $1 28th Nov. 51 8th Dec, 51
S.S “ALCOA POINTER’
, ‘“F\S 7m Us” — 14th Dec. 51 2th Dec. 51
BOTTLES—Fno and 1 Wb. Jam.| J°CA HURRICANE RELIEF \33 (ALCOA EEC ASER” a 28th Dec. 51 8th Jany. 52
Stansfeld Scott & Co, Ltd 4.12.51—1In (From Our Own Correspondent) STEAMER lith Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52



“A i; a a oe
ROBERT THOM LTD. — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE

BOTTLES—Clean empty nip bottles at : LONDON, Dec, 8
48, per dozen—geliver Colonnade Stores,, _ 4 donation of 500 guineas from
White Park Road 11.11.51—t.f.n. -the Corporation of London brings
nn The JOORICR Wurricane: . ener

CAST IRON—About 25 Feet 12” Cast 3 9
iron or Steel Pipe. Apply D. M. Simpson |£UNd total to £126,000.













Oo
a ae ry,
DINGHY —In good condition. Telephone —— SS
2520 30.11.51—6n

TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING

8 no longer Decessary to suffer
fEcient Experienced English

Â¥ a
CuirbYourPiles
pains, itching & t m Piles CANADIAN SERVICE





taf "hone 83: 4 4 since :
aff. Phone 8330 4.12.51—3n known ab Ctinaedans, iB Gormbriy | From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal.
USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED work in 10 minutes and not only stops j Pere teat” Ty









the paln but also takes out the swel!-











Ww ay good prices for used ems of Rasocted Acne
i: tish West Indie t ¢ ribbbsrs ng, stops bleeding and combats nerve Montreal Halifax st. John Dates, Bridgetown,
gd No. 10 Swan Street itation thereby curbing other trou- Barbados
" a 13.$i—1 bles caused by Piles such as Headache, 8.8. “SUNPRINCE” 21 Nov. 26 Nov. 12 December

2.3 n Nervousness, Backache, Constipation, | s.s. “SUNDIAL” - 15 Dec. 17 Dec. 2 January

Ww [mae cAL) Gucchaae tee Te Settee ety, and irritable s.8. ‘POLYRIVER” -- 3 Jan, 31 Dec. 19 January

ommissioners; St. Joseph. | Ring Sb. Gruggis: @ oday etl thn a, | ek eee — 2% Jan, 25 Jan. 14 February —__
‘ eG utson, Chairman, ack- arantee Hytex must st our pl) a4
St. Joseph 4.12.51—6n ns and troubles or money bask or UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE

eines of empty nackowe



NMENT

From Newport, Liverpool and. Glasgow



GOVER

Expected Arrival











Dat
aguapwinie Newport Liverpool Glasgow BARBADOS
ASSISTANT MISTRESS (GRADUATE), GIRLS’ HIGH SCHOOL, |‘ s. “SUNAVIS" ak Dee. 34Dec:. Sa Soe ----.- Se anni
ST. VINCENT
\pplications are invited for the post of an Assistant Mistress UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE



(Graduate) for the Girls’ High School, St. Vincent, B.W.1. Expected Arrival

The graduate qualifications preferred should include Geography Antwerp Rotterdam London Dates, Barbados
or French, with subsidiary Mathematics or Biology. 3s sahiten Be Ls “ 21 Nov. 24 Nov 28 Nov. 14 December
"he salary of the post, which is pensionable, is $1,032, rising by | —— = pasebnteeseeae Ae a eR. fee ike dasa





annual increments of $72 to $1,440 ver annum,

A temporary cost-of-living bonus is payable at the usual rate
granted to Civil Servants

The candidate selected may be appointed at any point in the scale
according to qualifications and experience.

The appointment will be probationary in the first instance, and
the appointee may be confirmed in the permanent, pensidnable post
after one year’s satisfactory service.

The Girls’ High School is under the control of the Government of

St. Vincent, and teachers on its Staff possess the status of Civil
Servants

Agents: PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703 _

ANNOUNCEMENT

—==~==—_

We have been advised by the Overseas Shipowners Allot-
ment Committee that the s.s. “WAIWERA” has been sched-
uled to call at Barbados direct. The s.s. “WAIWERA” is due
to arrive here early in January 1952, They have further ad-
vised that, in order to assist Trade development between Bar~
bados and New Zealand, and to relieve the refrigeration
storage position in Trinidad the s.s. “CERAMIC” which is due
to sail from New Zealand on February 5th, 1952, will call at
Barbados provided sufficient cargo is offered,

ROBERT THOM. LTD.—Agents: BLUE STAR LINE.

DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents: MONTREAL, AUSTRA-
LIAN, NEW ZEALAND LINE LTD.

SHAW SAVILL ALBION CO., LTD.
NEW ZEALAND SHIPPING CO. LTD.

Free passage to St. Vincent to take up appointment is provided.

Applications, with details of education, qualifications, age and ex-!
perience, and copies of not more than three testimonials should be
sent to the Education Officer, Department of Education, St. Vincent
not later than 15th December, 1951.

17.11,.51—8n,

POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION ON 5TH AND 6TH
DECEMBER, 1951.

: 1, The drivers and riders of all vehicles approaching Qu@en’s,
Park between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. shall do so by way of | 7-H Ev

















Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, and leave by way of C ti
Soad or We Michnat's Row, LT en IRON BEDSTEADS WITH SPRINGS
2. The following street and roads shall be one-way to all vehicu- I and SPRING FILLED MATTRESSES
lar ee recently received, do not wait until the last moment
(@) Cruimpcon Street, from Roebuck Street, BUY NOW
(b) St. Michael’s Row from the corner of Crum 7
pton Street "
and Constitution Road. CENTRAL EMPORIUM
(ec) Constitution Road, from the corner of Crumpton Street Corner Broad and Tudor Streets
and St. Michael’s Row, with the exceptions noted in :
para. 4 — —— =
3 |



The drivers of motor cars shall be ailowed to park on Con-
stitution Road facing north, and when leaving, shall do so by way of
3elmont Road. ’

4. No persons in charge of any vehicle of burthen shall be per-
mitted through St. Michael's Row, Crumpton Street, or Constitution
Road between the hours of 11 a.m, and 11 p.m., except when returning
to remove exhibits. These shall only be allowed to pass down Con-
stitution Road, from Belmont corner in single line and enter Queen’s
Park by the Governor’s Gate returning the same way, and proceed
in single line by way of Belmont Road.

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WEST INDIES BEHIND AUSTRALIA| *

HASSETT AND MILLER
JENTURIES

(From HAROLD DALE)
SYDNEY, Dec. 3,
Centuries by Hassett and Miller playing on a perfect
batsmen’s wicket to-day laid the foundatinns of a substan-
West Indies.
and finally



HHT C€

tial Australian first inning

Ramadhin found the pitch utterly unresponsive
lost his length and was heavily punished. The best bowler
West Indies lost most ground
in the last hour of the day when tired fielding yielded a

or tt e day was Goddard. The

harvest of runs.

The third day began in bright ¢p,





sunshine with a moderate wind wicket
olowit acros the wicket as’ jmr
Hasse nd Miller camé out to en- dare
deavour to consolidate Australia

position Goddard opened with

Valentine and Ramadhin to use
the old ball. Both bowled maiden
overs to start with, but it w

ent that the effects of th



morning use of the roller ‘
deadened the wicket down to
point where neither could rai
more than the merest vestige ¢
spin.

Once Valentine raised the ball
waist-high from a good length, but ‘
that was the only sign of life in ‘
a pitch that was obviously goin

«

LINDSAY HASSETT
to be no help to bowlers at least their

in the first hour, a

Ramadhin when play began, but

ventured to turn several runs
neatly oif the leg stump.

Both men were bowling to a
curious field that seemed to hold
out no hope of wickets to Valentine
at least.

He had one slip and the remain-

shoe about halfway to the
boundary. Ramadhin
the stumps more consistently and

presumably could more logically pre-lunch
dispense with the normal slip field, dard who had been the only

but the effect of placement wag Ww
make fours easy to the Australians
who had only to pierce this halt
hit field to find no further obstacle
between the ball and the fence.

Miller having watched a while,
turned Ramadhin for four and off
his next over straight drove him
for four and pulled him for four
off successive balls.

The nearest Hassett came to
danger was when he followed one
from Ramadhin almost into Wal-
cott’s gloves. Apart from that, the
score mounted steadily and 50 for
the partnership arrived after 61
minutes,

Miller in the next over from
Valentine twice proved the folly
of having nobody on the bound-
ary He cut for four to where
there was no third man and drove
past Goddard at cover—again to
the fence.

Seeing his spinners almost help-
less Goddard took the new_ ball
when it was due und Jones
replaced
bowled five overs for 17 runs this
morning.

Immediately we saw an ortho-
dox field set and there seemed to
be in this at least more promise
of a wicket. Gomez came on at
the other end and off his fourth
ball Miller placed a_ switching
shot that Rae at forward square-



a gO s hands t failed me
leg got his hands to but failed etiucie: ‘hike

to hold.

Miller who was now placing

very freely with beautiful strokes One grave respect but this did not
along the ground came to his 50 prevent
in 96 minutes having hit six fours. both
Hassett too was feeling his way Wicket
hundred and dred
60 when 200 Test
either si

very capably to his
had 75 to M
came up in

This was the

to relieve







minutes.
gnal for Goddard

although he had kept a good

length probably finding the cross for Ramadhin at the
wind nullifying his inswinger. and

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of one, God-

cessful bowler of the morning.



pe

pl 1 long innings
expand
the eftects 6:
r
partnership

and had great-

Goddard broke
against Has-
least

emphasized

hins
leaned
away
slip catch that grounded well in
front i

to one that

Gomez's ex-
cellent
tinued
in
that
moment,

economical

for
growing . tendency
through the slips.

¢ame back and bowled a maiden.
At the interval Hassett was pot
81 and Miller was not out 66. The
score
st
vho had pulled a. thigh muscle.
Miller continued
partnership after lunch on
wicket that
Hassett was apprehensive to and in conditions of dead calm,
After three
gfaduaily as he came to realise the
that we litle spin bowler was Conditions
under such a big handicap he and they
mistakes
accidental
that
little hope of disturbing them.

could

€

; Valentine
der of his men in perfect horse- but refrained from
casional long hops and full tosses
attacked that came from his partner.









aNd iia cnn asinine

Valentine who had =

to
wis achieving with

ion that was bringing the ball

his cutting
ic
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he > on again and bowled so

steadily

taking neat

he reached his

Jones who had not that nothing could unsettle either
achieved much with the new ball one

pavilion end
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KEITH MILLER apparéiitly makes a brilliant

Sydney, but when Keith hit
ball. Thus reprieved,



into some severe ‘punishment,
Hassett off-driving him for four
and Miller doing likewise. The
partnership went to 150 and God-
dard now obviously tiring gave
way to Valentine.

Millér immedtatety cut him for
a perfect four, followed it with a

“< single regained the bowling when
; Hassett took a single and nudged

one through the slips to reach his
century,

It had taken him just over three
hours and contained twelve fours.
Now With the batsmen havihg
completed their hundreds we had
in extraordinary period of slow
scoring.

Hassett is never fast at any time
but the large crowd now expécted
action—and didn’t get it.

Eventually when Worrell struck
him on the pads a_ tremendous
appeal came from the spectators
but not from Worrell, And having
appealed the crowd unanimously
gave Hassett out,

The game had taken on almost
the solemnity of a graveyard when
filler broke sequestered silence
by sudd-nly lofting an off-driven
four off Valentine. Urged on by the
crowd Miller began to brighten
his attitude but the passive Hassett
remained gravely discreet at all
times,

A chop down the gully from
Miller meant this pair had put on
200—an immense reverse for the
West Indies who could not fai] to
remember how Walcott had un-
happily dropped Hassett at seven.
Such things happen to every
wicketkeeper but this happening
had now assumed the most critical
consequences.

Noticing a puff of dust from
one area off the field Goddard
hopefully brought back Ramadhin
but although there was a little dust
in the outfield the wicket was still
plumb and unresponsive.

Ramadhin's greeting was to be
driven for two fours in three balls
by Miller who was now more than
willing to respond to the crowd’s
demand for action.

He lashed out at Ramadhin and
once completed the full circle
of swing without connecting and
fell over on-his back.

A Valentine who recognising
his lack of spin on this day had
shrewdly paid great attention to
bowling on the wicket now
reaped his reward.

With the total at 331 he bowled
a good length on the offstump
and Miller chopped the ball down
into his wicket. Miller bowled
Valentine 129. Four for 341.

Graeme Hole, hero of the
Brisbane Test came out to join
his Captain but lasted only two
overs. Valentine still plugging
away at the stumps bowled him

so on the offstump. Hole bowled
Valentine one. Five for 345,

When Lindwall came in, God-
dard took the new ball and Hassett
at last incautious after six and a
half hours stabbed at a ball from
Jones swinging slightly away.
Christiani made an excellent ankle
high catch in the gully. Hassett
caught Christiani bowled Jones
132. Six for 348.

Gomez at the other end failed te
strike ‘a length immediately and
was ondriven by Lindwall for
two successive fours, but when
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total it was by means of an anti-
climax — four leg-byes. Jones‘
wicket had been well deserved

{is inclusion in the side will onr-
viously be permanent after tne
,esson of this game. When tne

vicket is not ideal to spin the
islanders must at least have one
fast-medium bowler to take up
the attack.

He succceaea again & few min-
utes, later when Ian Johnson
touched a rising ball from him and
Walcott made a _ sound catch
standing directly behind. Johnsori
caught Walcott bowled Jones 5,
Seven for 372.

Lindwall and Ring now joined in
a vigorous and fruitful stand. They
had come together when the field
was tiring and the standard of
fielding fell away badly. With
loose shots and a widely swung
bat Lindwall was able to forcé
fours to most parts of the field.
Together they brought up the 400.

Kamadhits was brought back
but was met with three ondriven
fours from Ring and the part-
nership had added 50 in 41 min-
utes and Ramadhin had taken
none fer 106.

A good deal of this was at-
tributable to poor fielding and the
lack of men on the boundary.

Time after time with ball
forced through men in halfway
positions there was nobody left
to cut it: off.

Lindwall and Ring both enjoyed
the benefit of this until late in
the evening. At last two men were
stationed to save the drives.

But even so the 450 came up
and the West Indies were now
well behind.

The scores:
AUSTRALIA Ist Innings

Morris ¢ Walcott b Jones
Archer c Weekes b Gomez
Hasset c Christiani b Jones
Harvey c Gomez b Goddard
Miller b Valentine
Hole b V ine
Johnson ¢ Walcott b Jones
Lindwall run out
Ring c Ramadhin b Valentine
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Christiani went on to topscore with 76 runs. It was the first ball that
Christiani reeeived and was from lan Johnson.

Langley not out
oF tone b Valentine
Extras
on

BOWLING ANALYSIS

° M R
Jone a 5 68
Gomez 1 2 a7
Worrell ll &
famadhin 4l 7 143
Valentine 305 8 int
Goddard 24 6 55



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Police Courts and Court of
Grand Sessions 10.00 a.m.

Drama Group, Extra-Mural
Group 4¢ the British
Council, “Wakefield” 5.00
p.m.

Mobile Cimema at Checker
Hall Plantation yard, St.
Licy 8.00, p.m.

Film by LC.L “Nobel Be-
gan It,” “Rock of Indus-
try’ at the British Coun-
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Sunrise; 6.00 a.m,

Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

Moon; New, November 28

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 8.52 a.m. 8.36
pm,

Low Tide: 2.15 a.m., 2.44
p.m,





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WEATHER REPORT

From Codrington
Rainfall; Nil
Total rainfall for Month to
date; 85 in,
Highést Temperature: .85 °F
Lowest Temperature: 70.5
°

Wind Velocity
hour

Barometer: (9 a.m.) 29.988
(3 p.m.) 29.893

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ARTS AND CRAFTS

@ From page 3.

of exhibits, including work from
Dominica and St. Lucia, and from
the Art Groups of Trin and
Antigua. Much of the work

of high quality and of great inter-
est and variet It was therefore
all the more to be regretted that
later attendances were disappoint-
ing; this was possibly attributabie
to very bad weather during the
first week of the exhipition, and
subsequently to the coincidence of
the Inter-Colonial cricket match.




wa,




The Exhibition of the Antigua
Art Group was held in September.
Members of the Society sent a
number of exhibits, 13 oil-paint-
ings and 4 water-colours.

Studio Classes

Life Ciass. A life cla was
held weekly at the Studio through-
out the year. A small number of
people attended. It is to be re-
gretted that more young people
on leaving school do not take
advantage of this class.

Other classes:

(a) A free class in drawing
and painting was held at Har-
rison College for pupils from all
schools.

(b) A free class in drawing and

painting was held at Bay Street
Boys’ Club; the Society ent a
acher.

(c) Mrs, Hawkins held a cla



in embroidery. There was a very
poor attendance.

(d) A class in lettering was
odvertised in the press, but no
applications for membership were
received,

General Activities

Avsociation of Cultural Societ-
ies: The Society continues to pay
an annual subscription to the
Association, and is grateful for the
financial help received for the
payment of tuition fees. Our

Committee, however, has for long
been dissatisfied with the ad-
ministration of the Association,
and entirely disagree witn its

olicy. Mrs. White and Mrs. Ince
have continued as the Society's
delegates. Mrs. Ince reports that
one Council meeting was sum-
moned during the year. At this
meeting, which she attended, a
strong resolution was passed that
the Association should resume its
regular Council meetings and
should call a general meeting as
soon as was possible. Since then
there have beén no meetings. At
the June meeting of this Com-
mittee Mrs. Ince informeq mem-
bers that she had felt obliged to
resign, in protest, from the Coun-
cil, as she could not continue to
be associated with an organisation
run on such unconstitutional lines.







Needlework Group: The Needle-
work Group, formed in June, 1950,
continued to work throughout the
rest of the year, Enough work
had been completed to enable an
exhibition to be held at Queen's
Park House in October. A fair
amount of interest was shown by
residents and by visitors to the
island. About one third of the
work on view was sold, and a
number of orders were given
Much valuable criticism was offer-
ed; the general opinion was that
for the quality of the work prices
were too high. The Committee
agreed that more training was
needed, but it was impossible te
find a teacher. Mr. Maurice Cave
the Cottage sift Shop on <@
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sale, at a price allowing a reason-_|

able profit to the Society, and
turther goods were takén over by)
aie or return basis. On being
ipproached regarding his co-j
cperation im helping to establish,
the work of the group as the|
nucleus of a minor industry Mr.
Cave regretted that he was un-
able to do more at the moment,
as he considered the prices too
igh for the commercial market.
At the December meeting of the
Committee it was decided that the
financial affairs of the Needlework
Group be wound up as soon as
possible, the work in hand com-
pleted, and the employment of
the four girls be terminated on
15th December. Subsequent com-
ments by informed visitors have
confirmed the general view that
the standard of the work is not
sufficiently high, and it has re-
cently been found advisable to
reduce the margin of profit on
work still remaining to be sold. An
adjustment in kind has been made
to Mr. Cave.

Island Coltection of 2intings.
(On show at present in the Pub-
lic Library).

The Society will welcome as
gifts paintings of quality to be add-
ed to the collection they have
tarted. Mrs. A. L. Gill has kindly
given 2 of Caro Gill’s paintin:
and 4 charcoal studies. Eleven pic-

« tures and a modelled head now

form the nucleus of what, we hope,
will grow into a really good repre-
sentative collection for the en-
joyment and benefit of the people
of Barbados.



License

Cancelled

The Judges of the Assistant
Court of Appeal Mr. H. A.
Vaughan and Mr. Hanschell yes~
terday ordered the driver's licence
of Elton Bartlett of Lodge Road
Christ Church, to be cancelled. In
making this order, the Judges
varied a decision of Police Magis-
trate Mr. C. W. Rudder who sus-
pended the licence,

Bartlett was fotind guilty of
driving the lorry X-404. along
Vauxhall Road on August 22 in a
manner dangerous to the public.
He has 14 otheg traffic corivictions.

The Police Magistrate, besides
suspending the licente, imposed a
ine of £10 to be paid in five in-
stalments or three months impris-
onment,

Capt, W. A. Farmer, Superin-
tendent of Police, who was driving
along Vauxhall Road at the time
the offence was committed, gave

evidence, He said that X-404 and!

wnother lorry X-917, swung the

corner below Barrack Hill at a;]}

very fast rate and _ continued
through the Vauxhall Village at a
very fast rate.

He caught up with the lorries
at the major road, At the time they
were driving fast,
were walking the road. A donkey
cart was parked on the southern
side.

In his opinion the lorries were
travelling at about 38 to 45 miles
an hour and were evidently rac-
ing.

The Police Magistrate fined the

other lorry driver, Renold Robin-|!

|son, also of Lodge Road, £6. He,

4, too appealed, but his case was

oe adjourned.

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r \I;P i in R HMIII WHIfc llillll • i I n i -n \\ mi i MIIII: i I §51 IJARBAOOS^Amq^E Tursda.t. llr.rmWr I. IH:>I IMS AM I II THE d reduced the island's :i pendi ontroL Bui II • hat I At tiniiiur of writing it la a kaown how ma j nlght'i ..i one lay was full <>f BMtlnfl wood and camrae, remnanta %  round with pathetic littta pfc a ol WOOd, nieimtitos And f'Kxi and emplmment lot thtmsolvSS and for the commun" tal loss ol boats cannot be 1' %  and will j be much highor Hu' tiki Is black %  make s prod) I For ;i period <>f it .'TV un%  cultural tabot in great demand In addition the island will lose at a very 000 Lbs, of large fish like dolphin, end I 440,000 flj I These BgUTOS air b.isi-d on very low %  l B.QO0 flying i.h and 900 lbs. of Wbn it is rarrtembered I I catch of i throe or four thousand, the coneei vatian. <>f tho eetbnate will be appn Hut thi : ,-mployrio when soaring prices and food shortages are beating -\y, are not the %  •nly logger. Most i i money to the t .i i tOVOrOd from insurance Will not be edl quate to pay the full cost of building now boats at higher pjfice Sa*' twine has recently 1 1 n to &i is i'-" %  which uaod •. 00 now costs 10.34 for the same quantity Pishing hues have risen from $1.1Q (0 $1.82. Nor anpi ices of materials the only factors to be considered. It is not easy to et ship's carpenters to build boats within the time thought reasonable by fishermen. No one can therefor,predict how lone it wil! be before the Bahlng boata smithed to pieces between Sunday night ind Monday mornIng will be rej-Iaced. What then must he dOM? The li:;h. iiticn must be helped. A fund must be staited now to eiisuu* that these tishermen without alternative methods of employment era provided tor until they can again resume '.hen noble profession. Secondly alternative methods of catching Bah must be adopted. Thirdly everythti must be dona to eu. There are alternative methods. For in twenty years Barbados has depended on privately owned sinal 1 %  i with auxiliary anginea and on km Two of llie.se vessels until leceol months have been bringini an average of 5.000 lbs. of deep sea Rah to Barbados every three weeks. They have been selling this fish at 26 cents per lb to n holeaala buyers and Lha Government "f Barbados has controlled the retail price BBtl per lb. Recently one i I theaa vessels has found it more profitable to work for the Barbados Gulf Oil Company which haj bean ODD* ductini; eaiamographk tests nil Barbadian waters. Today highei prioai era ball : ottered In Brtttah Guiana. Trinidad and Martiniqua than the wholeaalor is allowed U) pay here nnle s the local t o.vernment allowa him to litfcreeae the retail puce At %  time when meal puces are out of K;II !l of the Barbadian In %  %  pooJnrt and when : .dmon can be sold at $1.00 a lb. it would seem stupid for the local government not to allow the retailer to sell deep sea tish caught off West Indian banks at 40c | lb Indeed W WOUld txpeel tin Government to make available the llshing boat Investigator tot deep sea [Billing Of this kind an I to ownari ol .small v. i i kinds to enter the fishing Industry el remunerative prices The problem facing Barbados in Its most acute form is the problem Of increasing local food production. If food production can be Increased even at higher costs the government can consider measures to assist the verj H who cannot afford to Food production ment does not give adequ imsewho produce food then people will starve and there will not be enough food to DO dislly, The problem I The misfortune which has fallen on Bern :ly will arouse mpathy and it is certain that %  toualy to assist their unhappy fellow fho ncl.lv the help the community can alfoiJ Our Xew "Landed Gentrr •• \>IO\. I IIOSI I'HI SIM : Several film ieaea; thr -"U-t-i rtoArd (halrm-n; %  l7-ear>.\4 tl*a -u-h—tlx> Mr. Iluch IAIIM and i*h<-thr hr llkr* II iiriMl (Mnnanl.1 •••**IhKrr l*rlr**r IUie.Hr %  made pas itlon •( one of UM I" 'II.' British history book euwa lbs war— La n ded MIX next sprint; the Hi %  %  %  in the squirn and iheir Indies r Ih* find time Some have sprnt up to £3.000 prmniK that Ugree is Kood enough. Ofihers have tried lo icalermsh %  %  its. ;irnl irteiu i aes bava beei • [ la, iheit buaslji mm lailtng the experts. Thenire also thoap • cd riant hft Is also a proud iloru. NO %  laeat S.OOO "londed" I Ml til." boofc.-urwh taetr t^ooo hrIMU retefnfes aud iiintia -1 %  stcealefa Only '"-I lute n* rly H of 'hem have kepi f.tmil> %  the l-ik pi voi can nay in the IHK* if vou were in II be* thou tan youi i'i' SSW ,i, ancestral I i numlter In a load \l..|inenx-M..ntgomenc. former!] of Garboldlsham Han, his lineage goes back to ihe tub century %  n"*" I" 9 lhe lk> 9MaM) II.MIIM ; Vort Ann Hurt Pormerb Shakc' N ft % % %  ah If k are i Olivier. OU* I Da ll Mlland. Joan Fon..... Freddie Hollywood 1 I ne turn* • of Burllnaham" In Norfola, with %  lOO-yoor-old ...I'' %  %  %  -'.'hitbrcBd. Sandeman. OulnnoM ainl I THERE prise newcomers anmiin tho IpKllltV ,f BaUathle" b Mr UM 85-year-oW Steel Moor I chairman Ltttle pOfUeTOO ihOWn otil\ three — but Mi n\ the possession of %  ithshlre Mr Miilcolm MacD General for %  utla ranks as "Maclk.n..li| at Hyde Hall." Prune Mbustor iM.ilil. was the son of a ploughman wftcn i in IHiili Hut Mi MacDonald at the age of 50 is now one of ihe landed .lopertles" Hall, (Heat Waltham. E'-sex, Upper Frognal II. mi cks, I.uasiemou'li. I).ili. HI .lei Shmvfrow Sir Mi ii'l vet H ii'i enouth %  for the pei books (he ll %  kniFnti—eniors ... beck la Mr ihu ; ii Dalton COI family of "Halton „f Dunknk Manor Ho %  HI %  regiment to Unlit ParilaRMMtt teller inforebean bred U bridfls a %  COMMUHIST sympathiser Profeuor J. B. S. Haldane i< in whether he lks it or not He i* a Junior %  Mar'.*! of the family of Chinnar -Haldane i % %  las em %  a.-.at.^> boi .1 lineage ekretching lo the 13th c asrtury Sir Norman Angell | "The Great Illusion.' 1 did nM ppear In ihe \*>\ book N he has cona.'iite.i still declines to give his pedigree Hit right of place Is won by ownership of Northey lilnnd, Maldon. 1 Bur he is one of the pen* tru i>i.||r u* Imifid. ind neaisrrea 300 acre*. i'. lide ll l. ''I Mi J i Pi %  le to rank as M Prw Hillmgham Manor"' because of ins formerly extensive isle of Wight land acquisitions. But he i not In. He refused to live hit pedigree. Some Come I'roni Ahmad neii Q| losaigfl .ixcwi take tnel the -Old English names. Head of the house of Sebagalesuwnore Fori %  i>ver with the Conqueror were right. William must hove lands* with 200 0OU menat-arms InatMd of about 12.000. "I have thrown out the leucndji end put in the facts I UM reisrted 300 'Norman descents." -arino. only abouf B0, and hast rcdur.il the .Va-ron de, furs' bp 30. ihre.. families can prove Saxon descent through the male line the Anlcns (one wns Shakespeare's mother), tf-e %  i and the Swintom Traced Rack To Vikings Cotiunandei Harald ClouSton, .( (l.iuston and Smoogro in the lias established bis In luck to a Viking who wax Ea I of Orkney in 1090. Con Clouston eenvnaoded destroyei during the last war. IMMMS i IIO.M iirniiis Tho fi/upejiu I* tiimtl \ Gatlwp /'..// JO flu' Editor, The Advucat€ — SlH | %  ,. i. 14 .-. i of yew ii I HfOT, The /tdeoe.ii. Sill 1 re.enl I id anothi r on .mi .i i ui the elect lens new G. oiugg.>" m v |l frieods> Dug was no a close relative ut the doubt BS n iding in WHM fajnlliai ala n tel n if aa ma* I your newapaper lhal women are t tne llin) tuggest that you BjVt i ,i reeoaunandat he %  ei III^ to Hi [nfli thiiK eleati ,:• • i :. i No. 4 wanted a Government ru i entirely by women, oj the. arrived at decisions much taste than men to her. logic was to > %  low coni|>ared with snap in tuition. However, as this woul.. hav,. to be a gradual process, sh. ras going to vote for a party an a% It didn't make much sense one way or the other, she would get lirr little girl uijed 3 to choose which hnnd." No. 3, girl Mend consider th e mnraU of th men, and as they were all found also was gning t. in a hat. With UM 3rd i|;n sin liked n future U not, may I tell areaat. I had deelded on only three h ( he,, the rain came < ou what I know about it It la, nuenes. as tOnMHlmai Ulv (1 R'l ||; lh( Wl/(J W)(kp „„. „ she decided better than women dowi. 1 n.ive mentioned, a good iimt iciii of (he plantain. %  iihiM" r the same ugea, and •' has (as r os 1 have ksarned rrom eulUtlng it here for a goinl time) Is considerable advantage it thrive and beam handsomely in i... reall] talk and this was to verbal p U comparatively poor OU where ,,, M Ci ,| ,,„.„, „, grtung the plantiiin wil< not arhal party wee,you voting fur second, why were you voting for that party — and thud would you prefer a man I woman to reprosent you. My ii rouble the ,ndow. First tlm e lid n.>t gel knnoyod with her. I ilon't liki shutting window hut if I had gone on dream PLAIN MAN 3rd. Docember.1951 an ittack ..f the iiu snd Cot into rai It grows a tali Ml plant.) IHI il is used in Qrenada tlglit away vei No 1 Mic did -or used to he—u. 'moUici ihe not hclicve m parties, she was trees until they are ha Individual expression; oig and strong enough I pendai and wind by tlicm>elve~ th. n the 'ben olugga tree is dug out and Just lust vote tor a name um used as miinuie fatiei.il. like they do at the races I snt t ... s*eciirorn be it eamo to3rd. sh.tidn't plmiter friend in Cie.ia.ia %  ""•'' '"'1 OJ !" f, x Till, talk, mod maOJ years ago and they which I had timed for 10 minutes. ,u.ckly grew ami multiplied. '" !< u "!_..i^., nalf „_ll our „^" h t Thai was when I rented ll .i,\hiie upwards W M f • Hnrial llnlrtil To The Editor, The Advocate,^X^tS.^'- NIK. Judging by the class an preached bnOtf political meetings obvious' vhe Labour Party is counting 1 UUS method of obtaimn, md with an ovcrwhilmu Of coloured people, aght 11 IMS, we have enjoyed, bum bee, lbs beneew ol thai ajcperlraant, 1 have %  ahl abors the biugItut intelligent workers—tho.. got sentimental, only when I t ji-t we educated in the b.id da %  %  .mothet irls name. ufl(ll lK ...grouping—know th H mo to leave. . 1 rim .„ u wurkN.. 1 gjr] Mend would have ">n f 0 *"* 1 *' '" """;""> nothing lo db With parties 0T pliP'os|-rtty Witt Huud %  1 the paper kanuses • with good paj have nisi bos^TngTo'votsN duitrii.utcd while chaos and dl %  ... lofa. is a go.nl second lo ^J n ,-, u i^-tore the etections Sho ord-r c n .eily bring results the plantain, and *imilir in -hap.W1(u id pu i the names of the can.. OfenadS) %  by taking %  Ut with a lilunter nose didatos in a hat and Just draw advice Of "ader* that have n.it makes ..io u aceOent trull ,„„ she constdeced "h would iiung to loose but hopes for somesiew with sugar. If kept In hand haV(l ,ione her duty. She would thing to be sained in the shuffle until thoroughly ripe, even going ntbaw bo represented by a _-,„,. ._ .„„ „,_,. „,,., hsSWir* Ft UM uWyeuOWSkln „,,.,,,, ssrovtdTng that wrnnan ^e are sWl swe who belu-vc In Ihnas daya, When producWM herself. Th was to time. 'l honeM work nd wnl I local tOOde SO urgontly ,. |g minutes Mo. • girlfriend e.,d to nappnuss • bo iDcreasad III nuUvi beueyed m parties, but did not > ,..,„„„ kd 1* helpful .,,n.-i. so she decided ,„.. p.O I Upposlni .11 the to St I ""ot Vote — 2'h Noveu ber. 1851. wa) through, thai the nlugga i not much known heie in DarbS i "ii not a|. i sen arlenee r. c ?eth reavembee i5i Ci-nlfnhit \ot Culltm-tt To Ihe tdifor, thr Adeocafr. SIH Pk %  I I did not refer to ths CUt> TtTRI of Jamaica. Thi*. I do nol doubt, has the eniwur igement of fees International Had World Meal I'rodiieoion LONDON. D 3vei1 ""'pu' n Austndi World meat production IscreaaArgentlaa sod New Zealand uil substantial!' during IB50 lo creased in l40. In North Amen i the pre-wai level accorduag there was s slight fail m outptit %  world meat producMutton and lamb production fill and consumption In 1949-Ml appreciably except in New Zealand Ni v< rthemd Britain. as 20 pci Conunesjjweslth countries suphe ltnti-ii Oeeawll, for which cent becau piled about half of Britain* the British taxpayer pa>> It is nor* meal v' I oiled meat In 1949 -SO compared the BueaUoB of Pederdud bout > m 1948 and n before atlon and Is wai the report said. I would nol venture an Commonwealth exports of be. f. What I did claim .'.. thai n 1 |ht I %  Ifi Mutton and lamb were Jamaica is neither peacefu. \ d New Zeaslighlh lower in 1950 but tho* prosperous. nor D Und consumed less meat last year from other countries — South Matters with a .1. .;> t fcrgexitlni Ihere Amenca In articular fell BsOre the wellheing and i %  heavily i the Bveni of Fedai ksaee Ihe Coaavaoii. the world tra h M to about 38 per cet t steadily through I9MI lleef and not %  %  • C. E BHTPHEfiD bar 24, 1951. The Lasl Days (If e> Europe's Honeymoon HUGH DUNDAS Exprnt Military Commrntotor, fin today', new. from Rome into Eienhower' year of endeavour H ho Poya t There h No Cosy I by Out This v.. I the North Atlantic Council in Kn > .'" interim affair of no gnat importanc*'. lociks like tur-v ing into a showdown which may decide %  lUanoe will lueoashl or Hop Just i year ego tha I* i natsoa oj ; %  suprernc Q con etved Paee n fnonths ( %  %  erer was appoifiti'il lo command. Ten nmntlis ago he came to Europe n the spring the military a^truatti hape. Meanwhile. roduCtlOB Board gnd a Kiiuinecil and Economic Board set about obtaining and paying for tha arms and munitions in October, a 12-man committee was set up to eo-onhn.ite 'hen activities On the surface it has been a laOtseymoon period of hustle and achievement. Europe, was pulling herself up by the shoertd prepannn t. resist afneaaaotl. Now the honeymoon Ii nearly over and : lauaa of the union beenme apparent. Qatwral aSavmnowaf looka round tha houaa ha hag built and flnda that it is far from furnisr.ed NOT BAD WHEN he took OVeT, tliere were ten divisions at his dtepoaa] DQ the Central European Sector—five French, two British, two U.S.. and the equivalent uf one more from Belgium. Holland, and Luxemburg. There wag one dlvlalon In Italy and a few battalions in Denmark and NorwgQ By next January he will have six U.S., dlviaioni and four British—but only five French. Holland. BelHium. Denmark, and Norway may produce another live hetwit-n them. In the aouth, Italy now has three. Thai does not look too bad for one year's work. But there tha good rjevj For Europe has used up its capital. From %  ei\ division, (.very weapon mu.>t he earned the hard way. And the production and economic experts are laying that than signs to show that they will be earned. UNPLEASANT AT least another SB divtatona an needed with all their aims The plane situation ts desperate. Only the most unpleasant ana politically disagreeable action can produce the men. the Runs, the tanks, and the plane > i lot crnmanti know thai to fulfil their com* mitmn-nts they must for a time impose economic hardship, longac working hours, and pos %  tbly direction ol labour. Not one Qovenunant-—and that Britain has yet accepted tha challeng*, InJ tiiil enthusiasm is dying out .is thi BtoOM! I of truth enrnes neai. i Meanwhile, at Bonn Ihen toaata oveg mattea great and amciL Bcital and the U.S. conlimie to squahhle about Itar dardisation of small am il Britain Ll expected It, against a U.S.-led North Atlantic Naval Command. Above all ksamg tha problani <>f a Buiopaan A--my. The Fieneh Govemroenl nral thoughl up the plan last year. THE STRAW. . it seemed I COay way round the difficult\ ol lillin ; iii tin l.iimans. i way of uanng Ihi-m for Euro|K'an cWfence without resurI l.ei man natimial .irniy. Elsenhower . sti aw He hi iat Europe mual be defended eaal the Rhine, ami ha arguea ih.it if we are '. %  fi^ht on % %  "< %  must have svottvt %  | tipport [f tra %  %  if a Eunipean Army is the best way to achieve agrfji ment on German participation, then form %  European Army. That is the Eiscnhowi r argument In Rom< .. ti iav he repeate d his belief in such u supra-national defence tone But elsewhere the dream fades. 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I'll.I IK.Ill BARHUMIS \li\ (X \TE 11 i ~n \> in i i MRI:R 4 isi I F WEST INDIES BEHIND AUSTRALIA IIA86ETT USD MILLER HIT CEJSTUklES (rrom IIAKUIJ) DAI I) SYDNFY i Centuries by Hassttt and Miller playing on %  perfect .aui ll i foundations of a substan.. f tinWest Indies. I) unrtapOOffive and finally i r ih and was henvil> punished. The best bowler i it Indies lost most ground ii: it nd li-ldiiH' yielded a t of I ii ns. It was now Mir p. nod when Weil Indies greatly needed kit but there seemed no % %  rdiate prospect of one. Godlaan]. twined the mot n >rning. \o \ II II urns USD CRAFTS I : %  .M -i • .me out U lu • %  rmUdBtr A %  nailmn GMtard opened mill V*eril*sr MMl Ran.ldhin In 1 .1* It WD' %  %  I spin. nut hi' n in any %  %  %  i i .i good length, but ii pitch that was obviously goiriK I.I died i-irlnn ui wban efillei .ut Ooi .ween UM slips for KM — it had nunuti i and had greai% %  of the %  lived .'I l i About RamadTwo balls latai Mitii i that went I well HI : % % % % %  >tTM r < nd Q< %  n|fh eontlnueil in make him i in run* CM Ml v."' MMam . %  Ui.it at the H mooMot. f AV if there / ^ -gf (t ,i wicki-t It owing tendency to Iay shot* rough the In In • l fon> lunch H:madhln ime hticfc and bowled %  maiden At the lnt< n Mi not nut M. The 219 For three. Mari Idll %  foi Stoltmeyer %  be bad pulled thigh muscle llasselt and Miller continued rftet lunch on .. wicket that was now perfect %  ( dead mlm UI After three dovs of near Rale last dropped. •ui Uttom wire ideal for them big handicap be *fl %  P'? p ""?jl tfl p*BB mistiikes thnt might make them iirideiu.il vkttma of an attack . .1 othOTW ie e to have little hOM <>f disturbing them. i HI i(Mimed ugain but GOUld nut maka the ball turn UM Kluihtrst degree. Valentine was in no better case t • ii h, i rafralnad bom oohaUway to the ,.,,.,„ lltl | (1IIK „„,„ „ ni) u || tosses Hacked ln ..' .,,,,.. from Mi part Kt ii II Mil It K laaurafllb BaalSS hr *| s>ilnr>. but when Keilli till he (round I ball. Thus reprieved, Christian, went on U < firi-iMiii rerrlved and w*i fmi i Ian i afl < HKISTIAM in in. BM i rM it ailed no caiVli Miller -.mi he (rounded Ihe %  n la lopsrorr with ~.<\ runs II was the Hrsl hall thai ihrKMn. fl.idiu I i IMIVU BASMnTf 10 be DO I Ural hour. • ; was appri gradual %  .inner such ventured to tun stump. •/ling t<> ,i curious Bald out no hope of wickets to at least. i P und the remain%  shoe ibni Into some severe V rush men t, ildnvinB him for four and Millei doing likewise. The l>.n inership went to 150 and Godil.nii now obvlou'ly tiring gave tvaj to ValaoUfn atUli Immediately cut him for p< i fi i (iHir. followed it with a single ragalnad me bowling whm k null Uld nudged one through the dips to reach his century, it raid taken him Just a now and %  Now with the rnmpldrd then hundreds We had HesaeU Is never fast at but the large CTOWd IW Han MUl didn't aet it Eventually win %  him On the pads a trcinenclutis ppt i! c .ime from he but not (ran Worrell And having, appeal) d the crowd unanimously %  I! % %  ett OUt, The game had taken on almost the solemnity of a graveyard when ..fillet broke sequestered silence by sudd nly lofting an off-drtven [DUl olT V.ilentme. Urged on by Uw crowd Miller began to brighten i is attitude but the pas %  ota) Ramadhin i i tba bast bowttf of tinpre-luneh %  anlnti bad baca Oodonly man the 5tumps more consistently and presumably could m re lOflk ill] w Mb the normal slip ftal > but the aflad "t ; make (ours easy to the Australians who hud only to pierce to And no furttw the ball and having watched %  while, turned Ramadhin for four and oft* his next over straight drove rdm for four and pulled him for lour off successive balls. Tinne a roi rt Haaaatt i-when he followed one from Ramadhin almost ll I %  ml d steadily and 50 for i ii rshlp anhrad '' %  11 minuteMUler In the m xi over from V i %  the foil* : nobody on the boundHfl cut for foui to where %  .nid drori i I -again to the I.I Seeing hii spinners almnet helpd ird took the %  i i Was due end Jones Valentine who had bowled i^e overs foi 17 runs this do* field set ."u\ there leaned to I* m thl une on .ii %  tli! ,.„,„, neither M.iu-t not Haaa bun. Miller who was now placing '" Undaay aiTome.i everyeelj with beautiful strokes ''' • %  raspact but this did not oloni; Us prevent tits taking neM HnfHg nd behind the MI ha raw had inhuts* ..i.K i.. IN hundred and il > in -''' mlnutei the Bidj BO wtien 20o T1 century of the series fo* ides. I'llhei side. i \tiller had 76 and il seemed o had not Ibat nothing could unsettle sittasi %  ball mie -i[ them ,.r %  good Goddard brought on Worrell leitgth ng the cross f m Himiadhln aj OW pavlll in IM nullifying his InsWlnger, .,„j Frank immediately walked KLITII MM MR ova ttsi ball al ail. Tlua he achieving with his cutting hriiiging the ball on lo the batsman. Now %  and Ixiwled "> A ahop down the gully from Miller meant this pair had put '•*) 200—an Immense reverse (or the West Indies who could not Ml n member how Waicutt had unbappfly dropped Massed at seven. Such things happen to eveiy wickatlasepar but this happening hud now assumed the mosl %  HI > msaej > %  > Noticing n puff of dust from one area off the field Goddard hopefully brought back llainadhin but although there was a little dust in the outfield the wuket was sUll plumb and unresponsive. Kamadhin's greeting was to bo tiiiven tor two foui > in three Uills by Mille r who was now more th.in willing to respond to the crowd's demand for action. Me lashed out at Ramadhin and t-nce completed the full circle of swing without connecting and fell ivtr on his hark. A Valentine who recognli his lack of spin on this day bad %  lewdly paid great attention to howling on the wicket now reaped his reward. With the total al 331 he bowled a good liiiKth on the nffstump and Miller .hopped the hall down int.. his wi.ket. Miller bowled Valentine 129. Four for 341. OrSHSjna Hole. hero of %  lo hi Captain but lasted only tare ovet Valentine stilt plugging •insgumpg bowled him on the offstuuip. Hole bowled \ lei.tin* one. rive fo r 345. When L.ndwall eame In, G dard took Ihe new ball and Hassett h;.lf hours stabbed at a hall from %  iiigiug sliglitK n. made an excellent angii high catch in the gully. Masse*. ought Christiani bowled Jonc: 132. Six for 348 (;ome7 at the other end failed to strike's length InMnedl was ondriven by l.indwall for aanjtva fours, but w tlicy just passed the West In was by mem* of an antl— four leg*byea, Junes' wicket hdd Issvn i,iii ,. % %  %  ant gpai ti I ."sson of this game When Ug) %  Nave one %  t >e attach. no a (tar mua> Johnaoq i tiim and Walcotl made . a tiding directly behuM c ught Weleott in>wlcd Jones a. M 372. UndwaU aim Ring now joined id a vigorou,nd. They togathw i %  i %  ii. WiUi rad .: ui:i( i s| Und %  t la forte f lurs to most parts ol TogeUwr I'ley hioughl Up the 40(1 brought back %  -ii Ring and the partnershlp had added 50 m 41 rniniiam,idhn10b. A gfwid de;d of thlj was attributable to pool in idmg and the lack of men on tlir bOUTl ll rime after UlM 'ith ball forced through men lo halfway "l-ody left to rut if off. ill and Ring both enjoyed %  ' 0( ttdi until IntSJ ii' men ware %  Bui even s.. 0,9 4aM and the H i,. nou ... 11 11 *|-K*II\ l>| I,,,,..,,. '.! A .'. II 1 Wrrkn h Gomri )> Ifawt cChrLIWrii i i. nass ti bodci.inl m Miller b V. %  gfi alMitlne | i WHAT'S ON TODAY Police (oilrl and Court nl (.rand Sessions l.0s a.m. in .in. Qtesjn, Extra-Mur.il I.MIII' al Ihe Hrlthili .iun.il. 'Wakefielil' 5.aa p.m. Mobilf I .11. im at ( herkrr Hall Plantallon wrd -t I 'in K00 i. rt. i .I'., by LCX -Nobel Hecan It.' "Bock ef IndusIrt .it the Itrdi-li t'oon ell. "Wakrlield BOO p.m -unriM-; 6.U0 a.m. SuMftel: 5.3S p.m. Moan; New. November U l.ichiitis 6.aa p.m. Utah Tide: \ a.m. t.36 Low Tide p.m. 2.13 2.44 TheyH Do It Every Time ._— By Jirnmy Hatlo Tro*rT, \ PAPAPLEX Ff&A \ HtXLyrVCOf>""n-EV Vl S4Y TMEy-uL nt> / 200*300 FOR / -rue n^vca>i .' n-wtriin I. '. YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT Irons ( udrinctou Itiinf.ill: Nil I..UI rainfall tor Monlh l .' ite; .13 In. Highest Temperature: -M 'T l "ri TemfM-rature: 1*.5 •I Wind Veloeit> 7 mllea per hour llirometer: (9 a.m.) 2ff.ail (S p.m.i 29.193 a> rraaa pace a. of exhibits, including \ Dominica und St. Lucta, and from the Art Oroufg Antbjua. Much or high quality and ot great interest and variety. It was thertfore all the more to i.-appoint%  dtirtng the ition. an! subsequently to itet match. Antigua -I'tember. the Society sent nunil>er of exhibits. 13 oil-paintings and 4 water-colours. Studio (lasses I r. is held weekly al Ihe Studio throughom the rear. A small number of r to be regretted thai it! people on isosaig Other .111*.: UI A and painting >..iv bald at Hari pupils from all (i>i A free elaa* In dra vas held .it B %  %  %  dance. D lettering was but no %  apllcatlons for %  received. General Activities \ -MM Mtiuii of < ullural Societieft: The Society cOntUI) %  i tubscrlptlon lo Ihe l . pay men) of luiUon v ommitt>' %  i oeen dlesaUafied with the adthe Association. %  sffth it\h. wi ta in I have continued i deleSjBtaSMrs. Inee reports that u ii meeting At Ihis meeting. Mknded, a cue re'olutlon was passed that ft I %  irgular < eetlngs a n d should rail a general meeting a' -oon as was possible. Since then there have iiecn no m* the June meeting of I'I mittee Mrs. InCe inlormerl niemberi that she had felt obliged to resign, in protest, from the courti ii .e incould not continue to be associated with in organisation run on such uneonstil itlonal lines. Needlework Ciraap: I WorkGroup, formed In Jane. li30. i to work Uiroughoul lli. real ol Ihi ra a > %  ough work %  to bi held Park Housa in October. A fair amount of interest wa> %  nd by visltoi \ or { work on via* WU sold, .ml | given Much valuable crH Mi .-neral opinion was that frr the qu the WOrh pine'•ere too high agreed thai more irnning was needed, but it wl l her. Mr Maurice Cave the Cottage Ollt Shop on I bought a quantity of goods for resale, at a price allowing a reason able profit to the Society, and! .us weie i.-iken over by. %  aie or return basis. On being approached regarding his co-, in helping to establun cu the group as the %  I .i niii.^r in.' ..i cited thai he able to do more at the moment. as he considered the prices too tba i sjnsnereial market. Ai the December meeting of the • ominittec it was decided that the affairs of Ihe Needlework tiioup be wound up as soon as possible, the work in hand com* HJ the empli.. nirU be terminati',1 mi 15th December. Subsequent comments by informed visitors have confirmed the general view that the standard of the work is not %  iliiiently high, and it has rerently been found advisable to UM marKin of profit on I! emuiniim to bi %  n in kind M been made %  Island ( ollectkwi of asdaaaaaal (On show at present in the 1-ubiryl. The Society will welcome as gtifa paintings of quality to be sddi i to the collection thev have started Mrt, A. L Gill has kindly %  Ivan 2 .,f Car.. 001' nd 4 charcoal st lurea an.1 a modelled hi f..im the nucleii" of what, we hop-'. I ill grow int.. .i really good repre• ,i v. collection (or the eii• and banefll of the people Of Barbados. HERE ARE YOUR ^ FAVOURITE IJE.v.S I "JXSOtUn, I'kt.'" Ii ii •: IT SI I Mil I SAMPSON (1938) 111). Headquarters for Best Ram License Cancelled The Judge* of the Assistant Court of Appeal Mr. H. A. ..ugh.ui and Mr. Itanachell yee: land the drive of Lodge Road %  i. the Judge* %  ried decision of I 1 il C. W. Ruddei i the licence. Iliirtlctl was found | driving the lotrj X-i i.ngerous lo the bUblh He has 14 olher traffic convictions. The Police Maglstr.i'e I the licence. Imposed a "<' o< 110 to he paid in t.ve in.• %  lalments or three months imprisonment. Capl. W. A former, Superin'eiident of police, who w il drivim; along Vauxhult Road at the time UM offence was comniin. svldanea He said that x-404 and another lorry X-917. swung the. earner below Barrack Kill al very fust rate an.; continued through the Vauxh-ill Village al a rale. He caught up with the lorries al the majoi mad. At the tine thev were driving fast, many people A donitej cart was parked nn the southern In his opinion the lorries were •.ravelling at aboul 38 to 45 miles an hour and were evidently ruing. The Police Magistrate lined the olher lorry driver. Renold RoblnIson. also of Lodge Road, Eg. He. too appealed, but his case wa< / I \ N TIC CLIPS, TIE CHAINS. LINKS and STUDS In chronic. 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