IN Till; PSOOBBH OF HAIIIi.\IM>S If vi. vMl I InBooth tl TUB BABBADOS HH'M>BV I.IMITHI Arlirlo Munulirturnl li.rnlly at CeafSttBM 'llmi WHY PURCHASI YOUR HEQUIIiKMKNTS OVER. SKAS, WHEN LOCAL PRODUCTION CAN MK1 %  'I COMPETITION IN DESIGN, QUALITY AND PRICE Wi Suliril Yiilir Support in llu* Inlrrr^t nl tinWlii.li('iinimiinily. The Barbados Foundry Ltd. WHITE PARK ROAD BRJDOTOWN DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS AT BARGAIN PRICES. Al a Inn discount we recently purchased what i! known to Kn^hsh BspOTMn as a "liustriited shipment" Cnnsequenilv s/| can offer these floods at prices far below their real value 100 DOZ E.P.N.S.-AI FORKS ACTUAL VALUE AT LEAST 4 CENTS OUR PRICE-58 CENTS EACH. 96 DOZ. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES WITH MIRROR POLISHED BLADES AND WHITE XYLONITE HANDLES. BHOULD SKI,I, POR NOT LESS THAN DO CENTS OUR PR/CE-62 CENTS EACH. %  nil: A PPROA CHmo resrrvAL SEASON WILL MAKE EXTRA DEMANDS ON YOUR TABLE APPOINTMENTS BI PREPARED. NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! WE CAN ALSO OTTER A GOOD RANGE OF REGULAR STOCK ITEMS INCLUDING TABLE DESSERT AND TEA KNIVES. TABLE, DESSERT, SOUP, TEA. AND COPTIC, SPOONS. CARVINl SETS ETC ETC. H %  %  %  • *K .. m Hardware Store A R R I S 0 N S Broad S, Tel. 2J64 %  .' ' %  " ..-..; r, j, f, p p „ %  . *s r. s a %  ITS HERE AGAIN 11 " ; %  PURINA MILK CHOW % %  • — H. Jason Jones 6 Co., Ltd—DMbutan i* V.V W* FafVaWtrValrtV %  (WA (/kaWt ct I Hftt *#•**•*# /* rlac % MR I90r XMAB SSAS0JV 00.xt.r Wi..iicaVartnC fi.-n..-. P ',:nn by ( exclusive scenls u( |mU] VF/;A POL AHOMF LAVDfDBI CHAMPS ELYUES POUR TROUBLEPt IK'KY i 01 RU88II VAOL'E SOL'VENIR OR !.A IA1X WUAVPF. VIANT LCTO DAWAMHK OriiliMl Ua rrw riw. S3VIHI %  135,00 $21 78 $30 00 HS.dO sail i) $10 W %  $19 00 $i.on $3.i (H. SIX IK U0.00 $1B.


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I'M.' *\ S<'HU\'ll *•* w •-. rm e_ *a ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY, DECB SI Ml IISHTNG BOATS DESTROYED (Meg ui>rlose thai i i destniyed beyond repair. • • vere damaged, bui it is pos%  %  i >fficor. yesterday escorted Excellency nooi Ugji v by heavy seas bete i %  : %  %  . office the numbei Toyed t < in be repaired will km.tloag the U'l .ips ol fibhergtl en U ound tin splintered weether-nivaged fishing boats discu^inc; the eg ti "( getting their back. |TOU would hear a fisherman "what are wo going to do for a Chriftrnee to comingfwe are on the Although IK. |h coast were stil! t i .. -AS .'i the damaged boats %  %  it to the moorings to brinn In parts of the boats hi sou did not lake adrift. Fishing Boat Investigator was off Paynea Bay yeeterday awnilni helping the fishermen : up the piece* Except for Half Moon Fort and moorings, the west coast was clear of fishing b< men irere taken La to the Caret-nan .ma Cephas Thompi an ly laved another fishing boat from VeetOri Beach. Around 8.30 p.m. thayewemoffto the m 1ng and took the boat safely bto Bridgctovm. i Hell Moon Fort whose boat was %  damaged said that th-Fisheries Department %  boiU of the boats because it was an Uld not be attributed to the owners DOT hoping to be able to get the boat repaired by i < %  ben the netting season should be in good su I .He of Crab Hill, one of the boat ownen who auffi red o mplete loss of his boat at Half ilt for around $700 ttldi bout $1 ( 000 to build a new boa* ol the same inm "It was the 0 trough which I made a living Mid to look aftei said Brathwaite .<( was my hoe and basket and 1 ece of cenvaa Ug enough to make ,i luiinikertl . ;,.• SOME BOATS INSURED The ei Edna Howe's boat which was also 1 it-pirn-, said that it was fortunate that of the boat owners had their boats insured. He. i ver, knew of quite a number oi them wh ( had not ; %  boa! %  became insurance policies were earned up tiua year. They will now tea the sense of insur..;>'. he .said. H ild the! the fishermen would have been able u i.' %  %  it it was during the day and '. Government should make it MM to vote money to help the people." he said. weather from another aspect, a %  an laid that many flah pots were crumpled up and evet, "Even if we would have got while the boats were being rebul A no good." i man laid that he had about four pots in Dol even going to worry to look for • 1 H lure that they were nothing else but belle. leeel about 70 men who will be around iboul m the (fahing season for the lack The authorities should see to it me kind ,.f money while thev are on the ngi en from St. James had few other suggesre mostly harping on the point: "we will eai •. bai the Plehertoi Department will do." Ill lllll. II \M State Of Emergencj Proclaimed In Eg} pi CAl U %  %  %  i I : : I I WATIIRKRONT WORKKR.S dy from A-Mralta hy the • • Port A %  Itcbuilding Of Fishing Bouts Considered > CoinLiate action N steps that mre and rebuild I uckly a* po-sibic. kg prepared under .ng head*. l*urchasc of ... ol 1-bour and H also being taken kl %  : %  I I Mhich will M Anyone who is prcpii ... the Leeward Coast Is asked to rommiiI go, I '14*1. i apable of buildla is also asked to %  .tTrred I*** • their I ntae* 2nd 3rd are M faunathan n • clack IIIKHI an Hatvrriar. the S'h ef I Number. Ihe loss or damage in.* names of the Hrho were GALES BATTER PACIFIC COAST SAN r'HANClsro. Dec. %  Qela warning] dew along Waahmglon-Oregon coast as another in ihe eariai <>( u i storm* roared to* D bl expected to bring IU full fury to bear on the Pacific Northwest states, but the Weather Bureau ald that it will also batter CaU'li gala, velocity winds and rain squalls. Reports of widespread damage .md destruction caused by but \*eekend\ storms came from ill sections of the Pacific coast Flood* and snowfall* tiafflc in Washington, Oregon, and Northern Nevada. At Santa Cnu. California, tho % % %  led a 50 ton cypress tree and hurled it on to a truck Baota Crua measured 2.08 Inches of ra in 24 hours. Undermined by the break of 1 I $30 000 home of 1 dhsr Holli Adams in San Francisco, tumbled down a hill. i< • %  Tiinu home was al %  d and vacated Pavements in several San Franrlscu streets collapsed. Big boulders ng down from the f.mcj • Telegraph Hill" the | I I bemtan Quartern. — V.T. WHEAT GOOD AFTER 5.300 YEARS CAIRO Det. 4. %  Cairo The wheat was discovered mixed rdust In pottery contain era by a reaearch party. I'or l Adelaide 1 las Ihe Answer OVEB M of hams, l I t.i. HIT eatM ol cooking buitei .•long with ,i nodi tnma meat arrived at I %  M.A.N Z's freighter S.S. I'eri tdelahsc. Qrocan i.. Perl Adelaide u Baieadoi as she has conatderal than from wonderioa we gel our Christmas hams," •*...l AclrUt.l. I "red, liglitms wn aide ."i.i %  DOB back to < I gaj where DM I Vans %  %  %  %  %  on jgnof rabbits, lurfca] If, lamb and lunch] mutton trimmed iihouiders. cam w taeru I peas, smoked fi backs, sausages, lei | ..... peaches were innoiin Port Adel^ide's .1. u'.in rived Crom TVii I rort Adelaide brouuhl the supply of food from Melbourne. Sydney. Gladstone. Peti Aim., and Sfai Mesars Da vosta A Co.. Ltd. Detectives >>n Lookout Kigin tb • %  inal InVI 1 and the erewi of ihrai Harboui Police launches were keeping an eye on the well %  MM were unloading th* fiom the Pert Adelaide. cpi. Murphy eea ril ie J a boat used for carrying i ibour from the Pert Adeliide rnvered about three poUB As .i retort, %  bean drought I troller <>r Cuitom Harboui : 1.M\ saipe end Hh < i li|fhter> fa) thf Perl Adelaide Fire Bnaks Out Al Buckingham Palace LONIJ. %  :. D rofea out at Bju i'alace and London Dri tnglOM called to fight it, biougia I DBdei (.uiitrol quickly. King George VI and Queen n*abetn nan in Uh the time. The Sn originate Wlulc Bra scene, members ol Uu %  tall fouiiit the quickly faiaerad gjlcTi and police h % %  %  caused much smoke but l v Australia Win 2nd Test liy 7 Wickets limn |.\1.| n JSKET tmoi %  captain then the *t AM evitl ii sot oui .n ihe foi I I %  unludq t' %  d iteross Ihe ti ing m the hot morning nun, but . him tie lo one kn..%  held r ability J game. Gomez caugl %  JggMM K geee i mi i p 1 %  %  well. H< kept % %  1 %  %  %  %  %  ,: %  %  After worthy ..v. •. • %  %  Jones. bowled .Tohnson. 7. %  with hi%  iMt jind he i %  rd lurned %  II If to .t7 i i Hi lo win I Reinforcetnenta %  %  % %  %  i t%  • Slieik Shares Oil Profits LONDON, ix-' t I % %  : ; %  ti %  Bl ram oil %  of £50,000.000 yearly. I P. Soul %  %  %  %  at latt the wicket was tal and Ratnadhln nnd 1 might he able to do Rich damage; ,.,, i ke %  flpht nf %  F\ frmon [ %  U.S. Gets In Full Svtin^ Ther IIOLLYW'oI' 1 i %  %  %  swing across Ihe Unite' witnessed by a Dattoowid* estimated t 1 This season they are seeing m the TV scr than many h..d seen In %  %  % %  The leading ncwmni. half hour long filmed in '' ind *hov. il Broj %  %  has rapone of the be1 the countiy another new half an hour show filmed in Hollywood Ki %  screen star, 15 star of u.i Boston Blackie" thrill. —t;.p. Goddard UU ran all with diii ' '' % %  Ihln from %  %  %  If IMI.HIIHII Howled %  nearK half an fa led lo ind out. %  %  I d at leasl i that he %  1 %  1 %  1 %  -as ap. %  %  %  iiiit nwar ii> re was the %  few to K i Jt'ls Clasli Over Korea Mi Aim. Advocate Relief Fund %  SMI haie lar-t IKMI* in Ikw re. em .p,ll ( bad lUlfcei ITblek U.hed the-e |'*'U The* ere iinni-r a It h e a rt the means ef em i i i ..M-, .|i. mi. i llvHttmodh Ihe Harbado. < tax aed i KI" %  I ,1 .ml -I.illli111 %  I 'II, I. bard bleu ha It baaad teeaaen and) u Iwivaa arl 11>< %  I i laati "nl nairl iiish v\.i|>|H-ii la md .in Klve gri "" %  ii tit tin >* ertlu >" %  Mil M Wli UH HI 11votmaKLvn in aeaeri baikai to lac Uvc ak < Com ll*i iv W.L COLLEGE GETS $l..;m GIF! FROM I .S. ska C aUagnj of she West Indies has peceive.1 a velr" ol New Yurtt. uj .i sum of to be used . ,: %  leer, ecnocealea d polli i d Statm i The %  .: purchased oknutte i ufiu of thi* bopefacUoc 'TlT-fu Taitssig. who was \dvuaar> .... to r the Virgin %  i QIC CUO. i Chairman of the Commission and taaarM HI the ln%  i..pmant of the ..trios. ley %  rOlege is pargl .'. (ill fur this gift 4 M objects u to build ->ntnin a coca-" refervnee coUeetion %  UgJ lottay, dajnajuug i. %  batlloa Abuul fg I %  jots, I %  %  %  %  i : %  I %  %  aged —c.r. UKM Musi Halt Troop Mow-in* ni SA> VUMMi vWT* to'ifz I Kgree On Minor Points : %  %  %  remain %  I %  West %  %  'lamrnered out.—U.P. %  : %  %  %  %  > the day %  %  %  I I Winning TOIHIVVM Sate* Stowaway %  %  'JilfgTftMoM %  dp b I %  %  %  I I MiTilgrati n %  %  % %  I I SOVIET OBJECTION OVER-RULED PAJU1 %  %  envoys here i :).• i.-n I -D.P. • 4*' u ba tinted by i 1 .mrt Uunce. iaiilsiunea„ did not chouse yet to hear details of the m ..i ThurMlay'g silting -"lauvo CouncU Chainbar, bet heard other factors that Icsl U, Mr ILuml-SiniUYa suspic"MI ol tli., pipe deed; the storeleUvery sUps d—crlbed .is corroded and 'be 'Vniiuil dad auUiorised the plpelHirchaso from Measn. Poocsn %  %  udo. Mi Bsrioo, laj Mid, bad given tag of dui pipe auen Ur. r&UTicenuMl ruoraii, a %  i ulo iiieicliant Slrjoo went lo see Mr. LLnuul-Smith ktaror <>D boluli of the Hon. B s. M,U.IJ whq had sold some mcll. Mr. ll-d.rl.fcimU, >1 .o.x. that She Hi*. 1 II Local Ooveinsnent who waa Ihe then *| i ililed the paymeal %  ant giant in tin(Vmni-ii. erhleb emg flnanairageadi and l"ld hun I N %  Pooren, Iha juiry will N next week. WORLD RECORD ENGLAND, Dec. 4 %  %  %  i' llj-niile walk an and Sa t'.P. %  Till. AllVtM ATI: I'AYS I OK M Us IIIAI. — IIII n\v OK Nionv Gilb 9ogaV \\ nrkerfl ,Vk 50% Rise the ur 1 .' flghtlng : Ejqnren l)e-rail British gas station on skirt* of Ismailla. The i ploded. without dam.-iRir statistical. There were no casual tli Tass Must Obey Law LONDON. D" LONDON. I>Mrt News Agi i %  Hmiilii must obey the Brit If it want in ]Wi %  I Ta* fawned October when thi 'menl ordered '.: i Soviet nionttnriii. Idon. Lord Vanalttert to-day distlngulsCcd ref uga a a In Bl -; %  • — t.P. Trade %  I for IB32 RECORD Tourist Bear %  vt %  %  %  %  SITUATION "CALM %  %  eys EMPIRE RED WINE Maintains thesamehigh Standard of Quality as shippedtothe West Indies for the past fifty years t.ut/H.WH ii• yr/\*w? —— lyyw/a. %  % %  % 


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The Barbados advocate

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ESTABLISHED 1895

SIXTY FISHING
BOATS DESTROYED

REPORTS reaching the Fisheries Office disclose that






o far 60 fishing boats have been destroyed beyond repair.
Ten more have been extensively damaged, but it is pos-
sible that these can be repaired.
a D. W. Wiles, Fisheries Officer, yesterday escorted
His Excellency the Governor to the various moorings
where he saw the damage done by heavy seas between
S night and Monday morning.
ports are still being received at the Fisheries Office
un s expected that the number of those destroyed

repalt

se,
typieal scene of the fishing village along the lee-
ward coast of the island yesterday were groups of fisher-

and fisherwomen gathered around the splintered
remains of weather-ravaged fishing boats discussing the
extent of the damage and the prospects of getting their
boats back.

“Poor ‘Arlen’ is gone”, you would hear a fisherman
say and the theme was “what are we going to do for a
living especially now Christmas is coming? We are on the
bum,”

Although the seas on the coast were still breaking
heavily, boat owners and the crews of the damaged boats
swam off to the moorings to bring in parts of the boats
that the sea did not take adrift.

The Government Fishing Boat Investigator was off
Paynes Bay yesterday morning helping the fishermen
gather up the pieces. Except for Half Moon Fort and
Speightstown moorings, the west coast was clear of fish-
ing boats. Most of them were taken in to the Careenage
for shelter.

On Monday night, Wilbert Foster and Cephas Thomp-
son of St. James barely saved another fishing boat from
being smashed on the Weston Beach, Around 8.30 p.m.
they swam off to the mooring and took the boat safely into
Bridgetown,

Milton Evelyn of Half Moon Fert whose boat was
very badly damaged said that the Fisheries Department
should see to the repairs of the boats because it was an
accident which could not be attributed to the owners nor
the crews. He was hoping to be able to get the boat re-
paired by December 15 when the fishing season should be
in good swing.

Livingstone Brathwaite of Crab Hill, one of the boat
owners who suffered complete loss of his boat at Half
Moon Fort, said that his boat was built for around $700
and it would cost him about $1,000 to build a new boat of
the same size.

“It was the only thing through which I made a living
and I still got a family to look after,” said Brathwaite
glumly. He added: “Arlene was my hoe and basket and I
have not even found a piece of canvas big enough to make
a handkerchief.” ‘ary 8

SOME BOATS INSURED

The caretaker of Edna Rowe’s boat which was also
lactrove? hovond wepair, said that it was fortunate that
some of the boat Owners had their boats insured. He,
however, knew of quite a number of them who had not
insured their boats because insurance policies were car-
ried up this. year. “They will now see the-sense of insur-
ing their boats”, he said.

He said that the fishermen would have been able
to avoid a lot of the damage if it was during the day and
not the night. “The new Government should make it
their business to vote money to help the people,” he said.

Viewing the rough weather from another aspect, a
fisherman said that many fish pots were crumpled up and
brought ashore by the waves. “Even if we would have got
a pick with the fish pots while the boats were being re-
built, the pots are now no good.”

Another fisherman said that he had about four pots in
the sea and he was not even going to worry to look for
them because he was sure that they were nothing else but
wire balls,

“There are at least about 70 men who will be around
St. Lucy walking about in the fishing season for the lack
of a boat to go afishing. The authorities should see to it
ee they get some kind of money while they are on the

inge.

The fishermen from St. James had few other sugges-
tions to offer, They were mostly harping on the point: “we
will see what the Fisheries Department will do.”

vell as those that can be repaired will

increa



|



Rebuilding Of| GALes BATTER

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.
Gale warnings flew along the
Washington-Oregon coast as anoth-



Considered





er in the series of tempestuous

he Fis es Advisory Com-|sStorms roared toward the soggy
tet 1g immediate action] Pacific coast. The storm is ex-
to consider the steps that are|pected to bring its full fury to
cessary to replace ang rebuild|bear on the Pacific Northwest

states, but the Weather Bureau
said that it will also batter Cali-
fornia with gale velocity winds
and rain squalls.

Reports of widespread damage

the

vessels as quickly as possible.
Plang

are being prepared under
ving heads. Purchase of
supply of labour and



building.



Action is also being taken to|and destruction caused by last

pare a scheme of financial as-|weekend’s storms came from all

} istance, details of which will be|sections of the Pacific coast.

niblghed at the earliest oppor- Floods and _ snowfalls blocked

tunity, traffic in Washington, Oregon, and
Che Investigator is being made} Northern Nevada, - )

available at once for production} At Santa Cruz, California, the

work. gale uprooted a 50 ton cypress tree

one who is prepared to lead}@nd hurled it on to a truck, Santa



a boat for fishing along the Lee-}Cruz measured 2.08 inches of rain
: in 24 hours,

vard Coast is asked to commu- .
ard ‘Coast is asked to c ate at once with the Fisheries ken aware. the SRG ana wer
Officer at his Office at the Reef, Storm sewer, e $30,00 ome oO

the British Consul, Walter Hollis

t. Michael. Adams in San Francisco, tumbled

Anyone who is capable of build-









7 down a hill.
ng fishing boats is also asked to The adjoining home was also
mmmunicate with the Fisheries undermined and vacated. Pave-
| Officer. ; s ..j ments in several San Francisco
| Boat owners who suffered 1088) sreets collapsed. Big. boulders
nage to their boa's on the began falling down from the famed
of December 2nd/3rd are “Telegraph Hill” the city’s Bo-
ked to report to the Fisheries hemian Quarters. e
Office not later than 12 o'clock —UP.
noon on Saturday, the 8th of
December, the loss or damage in-
curred and the names of the Terrorists Hurl
' . skippers and crews who were :
ttached to these boats on the 2nd



Bomb Af U.K.
Station

f December.

WHEAT GOOD AFTER
5,300 YEARS





. CAIRO, Dec. 4.
esr ; ATRO, oe re: ; In the Canal Zone, just before
WI OSE Tse Sateen well-pre-|@@Wn, terrorists, supported by
.2 _ 4 a Te J spy SMiper fire, hurled a bomb at a
e rt ur cient cemetery r
t of Calre | British gas station on the out-
) miles n of Cairo



mas aaa ; discovered mixed| Skirts of Ismailia, The bomb ex-
3 eiaer coy contain-| Ploded, without damaging the in-
ya research party. stallation. There were no casual-
ties. —U.P.

as



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5,

1951

\

BUTTER.

VEDNESDAY,

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DECEME:
























State Of Emergency
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VINCENT

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PRICE: FIVE CENTS

W.. COLLEGE
GETS $1,500
pt GIFT FROM U.S.





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; West Indies has received a _val-
CAIRO, Dec. 4 j uable benefaetion from the Fore-
The E G od p laimed state of | sight Foundation of New York.
fo Sa: Sel , forte : 'ti-British | The. benefaction is a sum of
j nerye k Ey St I ). | $1,500.00 which is to be used
emonstt 1 ient I h purchase of books deal-
} ! \ Eevyptian Si | re- } i with the history, economics
| rt inded j and politics of the United States
| a "e of America..The books purchased
ek t ( ir t "\ ebb, rep rte d| \L contain, a special bookplate
fre ha’ ficial British casi \ wding pre origin.
j
: ” eee pur of this benefaction
‘ eee a i to pe ate the memory of
: } Charles WiHafa Taussig, who was
a d member of President William’s
ta M > e¢ . \dvisory Counei]l for the Virgin
hi A vocale I is and also Cheimman of the
| ‘ e.¢ , ! States .Comtmission to
i ¥f tu-| Relief Fund udy socigl and economic con-
dents, ae a ves ' edi tt Fishermen have lost boats : ee ee eee ae
loree their w in 1e | en 4 bad ate y Was ~Chairma; nm
fe - the recent spell of aa ib b ea n Commission i
: veather which lashed these : . ;
i c coasts They are therefore wed a Keen interest in the in-
; r llectual development of the
without the means of em ce unite
| Bk W Arn ployment and consequently, mbbean co as. ‘
vey reached the Brit livelihood. The Barbados "he University College is par-
| West Y ssit Advocate has opened a fund ularly Licboage ae a en
Reinforcements to help feed and elothe the NCS ONS Of 18 Oo ye , buil
Abx 000 ¢ fishermen until they can re ‘p ts library to contain a com-~
WATERFRONT WORKERS throw on the waterfront cases of butter and hams which arrived yester outal he” Miniktel build their boats. This is a j a nsive reference collection
day from Australia by the s.s, Port Adelaide. Marit a -the. Inte hard blow to the island's || 0f the New World,
" ‘: . > " fishing industry and to
] is I iment, and t ‘
; . housewives who depended }
> « mands tor im \ ‘
Port Adelaide { be Win Ind | ands for atin. cna re tate Matteo dl © finer meee
/ het ‘inn? tious dish. We appeal to }
square in the hear iv rene |
ust a ia ir ric 1500 policc one and all to give gener | 4n ‘ we.
Hasthe Answer * ‘ | Hisiy to this worthy case |) Caused Suspicion
| iat HELP THEM AND YOU }
| Ti = sO oa HELP YOURSELVES. iad eal Cueeaneel
OVER 300 CASES and 20 bags eS ic e S ported quiet to-day Diskin igual. wae eens OR'T-OF- .
of hams, 1,235 cases of tinned but-} { - we Government to bution to the Advocate A conversation age be
ter, 917 cuses of cooking butte: e ing police re-inforcements to th Mr. & Mrs, Colles J, Coe $100.00 Sirjoo, a solicitor, Made the then
Proven tamed areivep a: “Berbstios aides DALE | Abdul Heat af the Byyptian wetice ||. Movsment. ss 1a | Mayor, Gontihy susvlclona el tee
my ee vere y (From HA Jy DALE seOaul Eee e Egyptian poltee K. W 100 | ae = » Sus
from Australia yesterday by the ae hy OPT Co TN a was rushed to the Suez a ell a 1, Wilkinson 100 City Corporation’s $10,000 pipe
M.A.N.Z’s_ freighter S.S. Port | SYDNEY CRECKET GROUND, Dee. 5, doctor nurse and a phe \. Waleott 10 ¢ purchase in 1950 now under in-
Adelaide. Australia won the secol@d Test match here by seven} ));, &« M | vestigation by a three-man Com-
Grocers and housewives wel- wickets, I salute John God@ard if the remainder of the] At the Fuaa Flav u : . ttex Inquiry appointed by
comed Port Adelaide to Barbados team were to play with halfthe zeal and purpose of the] severat tol-carrs i the Governor, Sir Hubert. Rance,
th gs nes nae captain then the story of thei tour would by now be stud-| fired shots in the ail nt The commissioners did not
» N yO ering } ; Push th ar : s S
we abt eur ‘Christmas hams.” ded with success - ue a ' . ss. choose yet to hear details of the
Shortly after the Port Adelaide To-day he and Gomez--a worthy partner to Goddard— } ot . aay, ora m c2.8 25 conversation at Thursday’s sitting
vas anchored, lighters were to her set out on the forlorn attempt to retrieve something from | “728! 's) ae : L ¢ , § in the Legislative Council Cham-
sid ie I } f th , : ; creamed that “Egy! zuaiaet ber, but heard other factors that
side and soon back to the Careen- the rutn of their fortunes her enemi UP C. M. Howe | , é : o
; : wer " ere ert ‘ { | led to Mr: Hamel-Smith’s suspic~
age ore » cases re landed. Harcourt Carte 0 i
eee ae oan athe — Gomez whose consistent en- 47 Johnstone, Goddard turned Lie cim sia i ian of the pipe = “— en
ans alread) i : a td ah sli sBlnte scribed
front to take the cargo to its{deavours have placed him beyond /a ‘all neatly to fine leg and run- Sees ‘eeper’s delivery slips desc
SOEManale ’ , criticisms fell early to an unluekyjning two brought himself a j 7 Sutia Sarwan the ae » — pag ae
Skinned ré s, turkeys, chick-, ball from Lindwall that raising,|topscore for innings, Then Val-| at ~ la q ton Marson Council had authorise e pipe-
oi Tete. endian teen i fen also moved across the top of the | ev ine was Lb.w. to Miller, one, i ss Ss 1 Purehase from Messrs, Pooran
and lunch) steaks, veal, mutton,| off stump Goddard not out 57, extras 21,} ee and Nunes of San Fernando,
age ae ; Miller at third slip was dreams {iol 290 ; | os ee
beef bacon cheese. trimmed i ; a ee . e 7 Mr. S 0, t said, had given
See een fat ecanned| ing in the hot morning sun, bi 1m battle had finished V » hep | 4 Mr, Sirjoo, he said,
shoulders, canned meat, canned i . ball oe him = and Goddard's grand fighting in- er . orea Missing Tobacca legal advice to Ong of the pipe
a iy frankfurts, sliced| #5 the bally flew past him, he ant ; : :
peas, smoked frankfurts, slice dropped to one knee with out- | "ings had set Australia 136 to win. . sellers Mr, Harrichand Pooran, a
backs, sausages, lactogen, nespray,|"/0HDUC4 °? 01 ind the ball was | .°°°" | 5th AIRFORCE H.Q. Korea Dec. 4 Saves Stowaway San Fernando merchant. Sirjoo
i ‘ Bs § - ad|* é i OS Wo. Second Innings 200 ’ : y ;
milo, canned tomatoes and cained! paid a catch typical of Miller | United Nations jet planes | went to see Mr. Hamel-Smith as
peaches were among Port Ade-| v1 ose incredible’ athletic abilit BOWLING AUALYSIS | clashed with Communist jets {ox NORFOLK, Va. Dec. 4 Mayor on behalf of the Hon,
Rar ae aaa y : ‘ u
laide’s cargo, Oranges also ar-| 5, frequently turns the destiny of | o MR. W./ the ninth consecutive day today, \ Stowaway aboard the Ameri-| 8S. Magaj who had sold some
rived from Trinidad. ° a game. Gomez caught Milletpgyg itv’ 49° o0) be oa | Pamaging one of the | Russian can. stem hip. Bachester, identi-| Tefrigerators to the Council, at:
Port Adelaide brought the SUP"! bowled Liniwall 41, seven ‘for 430, naan a ee built MAG. 18's in two sepurate ; fied by United States immigration] HameloSmaith biated that Preeti
ply of food from ‘Melbourne, : lan Johnson 23 2 «6% 8 | battles: About 100 MIG’S clashed/ officers as Ricardo Gareia, 34, of| Norman Tang, Minister of He
Sydney, Gladstone, Port Alma and Jones Keeps End Up Me eGHAY ih cant ttt || dey CWO Mhoourters With 44 Figth | Argentina owes his life to a miss-{ and Local Government who was
Brisbane, She is consigned to f Morris sipd. wkpr. » Ramadhin 1 | Airforce jets, ing bale of tobacco. the then Mayor expedited the
Messrs Da costa & Co., Lid. Jones then joined Goddard who] arene: 1. b Valentine 47 | Earlier in the afternoon, 12] Ga cia was rescued from the] Payment of q Government grant
‘ was still varying an implacable] Harv: b Valentine A bres chased approximately 40/hold of the ship by crewmen| to the Council, which was finan-
Detectives On Lookout defence with a lashing bat for patent nov "6 | MIG’S from the Pyongyang aical searching for missing tobacco.) cally embarrassed, and told him
Eight detectives from the Crim-| @9ything short off the wicket Kf 7 |fo the Yalu Riv The F | : } ie a »| “to pay off Nunes and Pooran, the
inal Invéstagation Department Jones es well He kept up his . }ftired on the Red jc ‘ ince he slipped aboard ” {pipe sellers-’ The inquiry will
and the crews of three ‘Harbour sin anc wer seven runs when ' wkts) 137 | time but they could not cle in Portugal, 10 days befor continue next week.
Police launches were keeping an} (ii) Came his way. We caters, on the Red planes, | Paul Johnson, the Assistant in
eye on the waterfront workers still aera etre ee kee | No damage was claimed, AL of the local Immigration
who were unloading the lighters tralians to tt | yok Fifth Airforce plahes returned! o id that Garcia wa and
alians t 1e very edge of effort ‘ . os : j jarcia pa wo LD ECORD
from the Port Adelaide. 4|before they could win, carefull Sheik Shares oe to their base % ter.” Rescuers gave R R
Cpl. Murphy searched a boet) but occasionally forcefully drove ? se eet ENO eke ater with ponge } ENGLAND, Dec. 4
used for carrying labourers to and the score alor putting the fina t “ > fi } 0W tands at 127 destroyed, 26} u { it so desperate Profession 1 a at fe r Charlie
i > > dis- 1 t viet Gor : ; | Ibably destroyed and 287 eft , $ OSS a : ot, Sale
from the Fert Adelaide He sdis- momen letory ever further} { il I ro its | Probably destroyed and dam he | j en Macey, 31, calmed. the world's
‘ ; aoe La ert 7 re Cae ecord today for his 16-mile wal
about three pounds hidden away. After worthy attempts to back! ONDON. De —U.P. UP : yea a 4 tise hela and 55
As a result, a boatman wasjup this grim fighter, Jones « as! se a Soo ec, 4 , | Piette “UP ' s
rought before Mr. Belt, Comp-jcaught | inother Miller effort | porsifers agers aay man . 2 a ? _ ae
roy . st an . ; v down by his : , | heik of Kuwait have conclud- j ag | : ‘ a |
troller of Customs and was fined.|low down | is ankle oe iat th L 1eS WLust aa i M
Harbour Police launches Lynx,| Jones, caught Miller, bowled | &d “ new agreement, by which the} } 71. ; | =
Snipe and Hawk accompanied] Johnson, 7. | Sheik Seen nee entitled | ‘Troop Moventents OVER-RULED i| THE ADVOCATE PAYS
lighters to and from the Port Ramadhin is no shirker with his}! an equal share of the Con | PARIS. Dec. 4
bat and he combined intelligently | pany’s profits from the Kuwait 5 . . | ( Ter shiacte | ‘ TE ;
Adelaide. with Goddard, piaxins aah the | oper an deoording to an offici | SAY COMMUNISTS | oe ! a ‘ eens ess ig met FOR NEWS
,. | line of flight to Johnston. f the Company. | sie nd r abst nitic { i t 311
7 : ; ; ia ‘ ie abste: invite am SIL
Fire Breaks Out At There was double incentive now The Sheik’s revenue from oil is} PANMUNJOM, Korea, De 1. ia - 1 We t ‘ levihand es cen as nue
‘ to prolong this innings and set} now expected to be somewhere in| Communists demanded that | here 1 t debat DAY iI .
B ski ' P la - Australia as many runs as possible| the r¢ gion of £60,000,000 yearly.| United States halt thei ti ‘ ver Bat erate se debate A OR NIGH
uc ham a ice to win because it was obvious that The agreeme was sgotiated| rotation programme in Korea, : ‘ :
at last th icket tall : r greement was negotiated]! J | ’
7 q ‘ at las e wicket was taking spin! , ¢ the past twe nths by|ing an armistice, and insisted 1} enicneyesindioclisieaitentensina eer
Fire roke ee a and Ramadhin and Valentine yA Saitawell’ the wanaghte thei; own right to build airtic |
i ire broke out a ears. i | might be able to do such damage} pirector of the Company. whol during the truce
Palace and London fire engines} jo ould make a fight of it even’ | c ‘ a Seeking further clawitsatios a
called to fight it, brought the blaze} 4 flew to Kuwait for talks with the . 7 ng a ; 1 ee icatlo 9
‘ {J Shanite on ste sore ' 0 I yresentative
under control quickly. Goddard still ran his score along) Shells and his advisers.—U.P. Rh Con Bye sve tHe
King George VI and Queen\ with drives off Ring and sweeps ee 7 3 od c
Elizabeth wend in the Palace al) off Johnston that brought him a fans a oo _ ‘ 7
the time. The fire originated in |fair measure boundaries He ae an ee . he 1 ‘ j
the roof of the Blue Saloon, had of nece to refuse single Big 1 Agre € On ithe eae = I ;
While fire engines rushed to the |in order to keep Ran idhin from | Mi P i ts Pe ‘ i nist L
1 men rs the Pala the bowling ut even with thi inor o1ntis i eve ,
qui kl » halbeced ee the P e|further and further ahead PARIS, Dec. 4 rl Al j
Bee erent crag an? as ! Ramadhin Bowled | The Big Four reached agreement | then ) ! sub-¢ “
5 tir » clear the f owlec n § u ich agreemen i
gates and police ae The } batted well for| 0m Tuesday on “some minor points | mec« prepare tod I
way for fire engines. ae half 1 hour when at last | in their fourth secret disarmam« nt} U.P ,
caused much smoke bu wa i bowled one that] *ession, but all the major points} 4
out in 20 minutes.—U.P. “ ind flattened the ¢ al emair dispute, a Western S W k
stump. Sti Ramadhin could be} ke n said, { Z ugar orkers
r ~ + & |proud of the way he had for so! Informed sour: aid that Ru : :
rv Season In U.S. long stoo oulder to shoulder |sia indicated it might eventually Ask SO", Rise |
F ll Sj a with the great hearted Goddard) agree to sit the new United | <7 7 o . ‘
Wi who is of ! ever beaten une! Nations ¢ 1ament commi 1 “ Oo. oO PF 7 na .
Gets In Fu OD 1Gr te is down wood ov cen seal ag -7aas wn Corresponds Maintains
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 4 Valentine, tt eure ere Bene Thi hat the West hoped the} Trade union leader i
The new television season is in f ill} o tne 105 uv h hi 50 a ey Russians would agree to because] workers placed a i to ‘
swing across the United States is}â„¢mig ee aa . 7 1 it believes that is the place where} Sugar Wages Council fc 0
witnessed by a nationwide audience coe ra, ; * se -*s ati oe je i. iM olid progre in the’ world dis -] cer increase iy i i é Same 1g
»stimate: re the ,000,009, Bnert Soe : Tt > agre > § we employec }
puree 2 foes erates ante a dozen runs in his innings to pro | eee ee must win As - Poe )
" | inn tect his partnershi ammered out,—U.P. sugar ndustry, a mee
movie stories on the TV screen|"* utenti ee chewed that he [the Council held on T an ar
than many had seen in the movie] | capable of putting up careful] oak at The union leaders also aske “"
house around the corner, ie aie a 4 tiful. swant aingie| - their demand be met for ti a ,
: al .)| guard A fal i wep in i Ate . man ,e Mm
gine leading newcomer is Redite' Miner gave the bowling back! Express De-railed | tor 1952’ which begins « Ol Vualily as
Skelton with a comedy ha “Olio Goddard who played. some] th
hour long filmed in Hollywood crashing strokes along the ground} : 1 ‘ 7 & shy ; «a
and shown over National Broad- std trait the totale i wien to 2 Killed : 15 [injure d ks ship edtot,
a a ra netw ‘. MUS] « ; aoe core 55 and Val- ate A
Sur iedite attained ranking a waa -e! ki Mf aus at RIO DE JANEIRO, Dee, 4 RECORD j
, ic , apa vet ee eae At lea hree persor vere ied
one of the best comedy shows 133 behir 1d lunch was ane} A We th di .
— , Pon nd 15 evert injure pwn Cs 1 #
pa Oe Costello hav PE t amistad foots | en al ter-State expre from ‘ PORT-OF i es. it LAY
: and vent aia “4 we niont| S80 Paulo to Porto Alegre / ous recor o
seen in the mediur I nd refle r hat might ; - cast %t the Trinidad
another new half an Nout r Ysthave bes act had some of) | ci a ; " ~ f. three odie ‘ha Toba Touris t Board or e as.
filmed in Hollywood. Kent Taylor.|the « t t done half, pe SAY sree: ORs : ay ;
| the former screen star, is star of the] their b i of throwing vay) recov ‘<., d from oe ebri hall eee a , Sal GR,
|“Boston Blackie” thriller series. |carele ick Here was the; 4} a eae ee ee ed “ ° Lt
| ’ —UP, fighting spirit personified < UP, os m ¢ . 1Y L €ars
Pitter cers or yw SERS 4 ,
Tass M Obey I me ie fig iA
- 5 to N
ass Must CY LAW sre uss s .
‘ Ce ea Zz
| v I 6 A
LONDON, Dec. 5 urged in the House of Lords the jin its daily new ect the Sovie ‘| last yea b 7 7. rey) be
The Sov et come Seeaty Fase aoe it vile nee Monitor, rt Sn a aay ae eT ee ae
must obey the Britisn law of libe! | exploited 1 - Qi” we ut Ti * ,
lit it ands to resurme publishir should he ended thout ft The fir tin 1949 SITUATION CALI * aed POPS Leh : .
}its service in thi intr 1 tablished tI Eng! | CoO tnntassneeay
House of Lar as told : , , Va | The’ TI wn c Se sacs acne ons 28 as
t ‘ | 1 that sit ' ear ’ I © re fosr
Tass stopp¢ \ j : r : Y I | I i hat the ) Pests anger enna ED GARDINER AUSTING CEL
October when the B ; } 4n@ . . 4 viniintiniahitiataaiins Y
ment ordered the t th P's ty d hand { oreigt . Agents,
{Soviet monitoring sta'ion in Lon- list ) rom mn lw 4 i
| don. Lord Vansittart to-day d n Britain \ U.P,
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PAGE 4
R. JOHN RAHR, B.W.I.
Airways’ newly appointed

General Manager
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA
on a short yisit. He is due to re-
turn to Trinidad today.

Due Next Week

SSENGERS for Barbados on
board the Golfito which ar-

here December llth are
Mrs. H. M. Adams and her six
and a half year old daughter,
Mrs. I. Belt, Mrs. B. S. Boyce and
two children, Miss FE. B. Cox,
Mrs. H. C. Dalimeyer, W/Cdr. and
Mrs. P. F. de Froberville, Mr.
and Mrs. T. O. Dowding, Miss F.
Dowding, Cdr. G. F. Dugdale,
R.N., Rtd., Miss S. M. Edghill,
Miss J E. Gooding, Cpl. W. K.
Greaves R.A.F., Mrs, M. D. Har-
vison, Miss K. C. Hawkins, Cdr
N. D. Holbrock, V.C., R.N., Rtd.,
and Mrs. Holbrock, Mr. and Mrs
H. Homer, Dr. and Mrs, W. John-
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jordan,
Mr. R. J. Noal, Mr. and Mrs. B.

arrived fron

rives

W. D. Paul, Mrs. D. Roberts,
Miss C. K. Rahli, Maj. F. H.
Scovil, Sgt. C. P. Seale, R.AF.,

Miss D. C. Thorne, Miss H. C.
Thorne, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Wa-
ters, Mrs. L. V. White, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Wylie.

Infransit

AJOR & MRS. CLEMMIE
BETTENCOURT-GOMES of
British Guiana are on board the
Golfite which is due here on D
cember llth, They are en route
to Trinidad where they will
change ships for B.G.

Back To St. Lucia

R. AND MRS. DENNIS BAR-
NARD who had been holi-
daying in B’dos for over a month
returned yesterday to St. Lucia
by B.W.LA, where Mr, Barnard
is a planter. Accompanying them
were two of their sons. Their
third sen Laurie thas remained
in Barbados where he will go to
school.

Returned Home

R. CLEMENT DURANT,

Salesman of Messrs Stokes

and Bynoe Ltd., who left here

for the U.S. on November 22nd,

returned on Monday via Puerto
Rico by B.W.1LA,

Vice-Principal

R, P. M. SHERLOCK, Vice-

Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the West Indies

who visited Barbados from De-

cember Ist to 3rd has left for St.

Vincent and is expected to re-
turn here tomorrow.

He was in Barbados in order
to confer with the Local Repre-
sentative of the University Col-
lege, Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
with the Resident Tutor of St.
Lucia, Mr, B. H, Easter,

BOXER who stood on his

head in order to lose weight,
and succeeded, has struck a caitiif
blow at the whole furry-eared
race of dietologues, body-fuel
psychochemicogogues and pseudo.
crats,

For why should a woman live,
like Villon’s wolves at the gates
of Paris, on air, if she can become
a walking skeleton by merely
standing on her head? What is
the explanation?

According to Dr, Nobostritsa, the
noted Albanian gyllographist,
when you stand on your head, the
blood-stream wobbles like a jelly
on a windy cliff-top and the air
it gives off drifts sideways, leay-



CROSSWORD



ACcTUss
1, Hikes with science ieading. (vy)

8. Noth the boy to carry, (4)
Â¥: Present: day bet upset. clever!
10. Remove to le in, mate. (9)
12. Belonging tO your 4d

when in law. (3) oe

13. Top of the arts? (4)
(4. Porm of aeathly punishment, 1.e.

en. (5) 17. Blindly senile. (3)
18, Som: es called lawn sentinel.
4) 20. The end of 15. (3)
21. Weapon of old, or war? (5)
23. Found in the net, (4)
24, Shortly reset. (5)
85. Little Edward and his twin
around it. (6)
26, Ride easily to get the river, (3)
ee Down
+ Unco:
* ie oe . rut 6
5 enough for fruit? (6)
4. Warn? Make his man doit. (8)
6. Put mother in the bo
iE tasting ae a
i Pet ino is out aD
38. Bitto. (4) 1b Peatare, (4)




Solution of yesterday's puzzle —-A:
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besreaita Shea |
may
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JOYCE ST. JOHN

Graduated
ISS JOYCE ST. JOHN, daugh-
B. Deane of
Road, Christ Churoh
and the late Mr. Albert St. John,

ter of Mrs. J

Enterprise

has gradu
Kingston

ated as

Hospital, Surrey.

a

at
ay

She

nurse

is now going on to Farnborough
continue her

Hospital,
studies

Kent,

to

Educational Broadcasting

M*

KEN ABLACK, Broad-
casting Officer in the Eas-

tern Caribbean, arrived from Tri-
nidad on Monday by B.W.LA. to

attend disc
al
Caribbean
Conference,
Mr.

broadcasting

Ablack

ussions

on

at the

Regional

Marine Hetel.

Arriving

by the

same

education-
British
Education

is a guest at the

plane

from Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baeza and family.

@

KEN

oe



BY THE WAY...

ABLACK

' make some effort
_ where they could acquire large

_ €d showed why the price of land

7 DOO in.



“Isles of Way
Syme, AustPalau.-ve
and a gold medallist of the Uui-

literary field_ig travel biography
and he gained the U.S. Literary
Society's award last year for his
life of the famous explorer,
Pierre Radisson. He also wrote
“I, Mungo Park,” a tribute to an-
other great explorer and discover-
cr of the Niger River.

He has already visited most of
the other West Indian islands.

Returning To-morrow
M* RONNIE GITTENS, Man-
aging Director of Carib-
bean Theatres Ltd., and Mrs, Git-
tens are at present in Trinidad.
They flew over on Monday by
B.W.1.A. One_of the reasons for
their visit was to attend a large
party given by Mr. Henry Tee-
lueksingh, Managing Director of
Teelucksingh Theatres Ltd., in
Port-of-Spain last night.
Mr, and Mrs. Gittens are due
back here tomorrow morning.

Aquatic Sports Postponed
HE Harrison College Aquatic

Sports which were due to
be held at the Aquatic Club to-
day have tad to be postponed

due to the rough sea. Besides this
the steps which were washed
away from the club will have
to be replaced,

The sports will now be held on
Wednesday, December 12th,

New Stalls
"Two new stalls will make
their appearance at the Ex-
hibition today. One by the Police
Boys’ Clubs displaying handicraft
and another by the S.P.C.A,
No Competition
OME weeks ago it was
announced that land in
British Honduras was being sold
at $3.50 per acre and _ several
people wondered why Barbadians
who love land so much did not
to go there

tracts of agrieultural land instead
of waiting for the Back to Africa
project which is to come off soon.

Last week a paragraph publish-

remained so low. There are only
67,000 people in that colony, three
times less than in Barbados and
only 7.60 to the square mile. It
means that there is nobody to
compete.

Talking Point
Courage is a moral quality. . .
It is a cold choice between two
alternatives, the fiwed resolve not
to quit. . . Courage is will-power,
—Lord Moran,

By Beachcomber

ing what is called a sympathetic sauntered

into a st office at

vacuum in three dimensions, This Dagenham, and said: “I want to

shifts the hormonic tissues of the be posted to India.”

So astonished

lumbar ducts, and induces hypo- was the assistant that, hurriedly
silicism of the reticulated glabule. guessing the weight of the cus-
of weight—until you tomer, she licked stamps to the
come the right way up again,

Hence loss

A contrary opinion
UT Dr. a contradicts Was four sailors on shore leave.

this,

like the old raven
says that when you stand on your

head,
colourless

weight in
Yes, yes.
lantyre’s

Law

300,000,000

of

invisible p
: desert the ® farthing damages the other day

corpuscles 1
head for the feet, thus shifting their

no

He, wagging his cheeks

Montargis,

and

incertain manner, The girls had all been singing a
But “accoraing to Tal- S°0ng about the headmistress, writ-
of Non-Compen- ten by this junior mistress, The
satory Balance-Averages the cor- title was; “There are a devil of a

puscles themselves lose weight in-

transit,

and so a body upside

down loses weight proportionately
to the number of these corpuscles

present, When you come upright tion of restoral o -
again the corpuscles dash back, and Lone cries eet ation .
increase their weight on the jou'- great flapping ears of the Inter-
ney, Therefore the loss of weight is national Momentary Fund. For if|{
merely temporary, as the flaneur you abolish control of capital
said when he removed the hulking transfer you lay yourself
great chorus-girl from his knees, the charge of bolstering

in order to reach for a magnum,

A big parcel

N assistant in the post office wage rates.
into which an elephant walked answer tg all this is

value of £16 7s. 114d. and stuck
them all over Fido’s hide, It was
afterwards discovered that Fido

Oh, I say, look here?
HE headmistress of a_ girls’
‘ school in France was awarded

in a case against a junior mistress.

lot of camels in the world.”
Deep in the City
HE talk of the moment jn
financial circles is the ques-

in the

to
sterling
and meddling with exchange
control. Pedants can prove that
if the retail index rises seven or
eight points it will be ov i
But the
at the

the other day, said when the beast pound would look aftey itself in
had left: “We did not miss a single a free economy, and that you

stamp.”

stamps?

Did he think that ele- cannot expect to cut current ex-
phants go into post offices to buy penditure if
Or was he thinking of re gardin g disinflation as an

you persist

the enormous elephant Fido which academic question.

Alter

Sailor Sam straightens *
e

gloomily, “tt won't do,”

peering.



into Yhe cleft,

rather
sighs.

“The hole gets too narrow. I

could
there,”*

ipert.

never

“Tm

squeere

* Bur gee
te

sys Rolle,

the

through

haps | could,”
could |,

" cries

smallest.

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BARBADOS

RT FROM MY WIFE...

wart Finds Meaning In 3 Pairs Of Eyes

-tard-hitting Humphrey Bogart
et off a few fireworks about
Hollywood's leading ladies during
| the week-end. Says he: “Few

a flying visit to Grenada last| actresses.”

week | , . >
While there are a number of|, Most of the girls in t+

thrillers and radio plays to his| business — Angels with

credit, Mr. Syme’s more gerious|Faces—are stiff and a

he reckons. “Only a
are pliable and uninhibited.”
Giving us a glimpse of Mr. B’s
own Dead Reckoning,
adds: “You can spot the ea
actresses by their eyes. I do when
we're on the set. I see them get
‘that glazed look, and they seem
to be thinking: “What am |
supposed to do next?”

Brooding over the cause of
what must appear to him like a
Petrified Forest of pretty but ex-









ADVOCATE



pressionless faces, he adds: “The
trouble is that although women
®Btart acting the day they are

pi born only a handful come to the
ted States Literary Society, paid | them can be considered as govd

movies with any stage experience.
They come out here and are made
stars overnight on the screen.

“They shouldn't take starring
roles until they know the busi-
ness. They leap into films before
they are ready.”

“Brave Bogart

Mr. Bogart manages to find
three pairs of eyes, apart from
those of Lauren Bacall, his wife,
which he thinks are exceptions
to the Dead End prospect.

The first eyes belong to Kath-
arine Hepburn, with whom —
coincidentally he made
“African Queen”, in Africa not

Kim Hunter, with whom he is
now making a film called “De>d-
line U.S.A.” owns the second lot.

Children Without Games

THERE is an Englishwoman in

Irak with a queer job. She is
teaching .children’s game gto
grown-ups.

Miss Ruth Walder, gen

secretary of the Young Women’s
Christian Association, met her
in Bagdad during a tour she has
just made of the Middle East.

Children in Irak do not play
games; they do not know any. So
a Bagdad Moslem college asked
an English-woman on the staff of
the local YWCA to teach their

students some simple English
games.
The students, wren they be-

come teachers, will pass the games
on to parents, and they in turn
will teach their children how to
play.

Gentlemen First

Cheerful 44 - year - old Miss
Walder went to Beirut for an
international YWCA _ conference
of 40-odd nationalities. Official
language was English. ‘We heard
American-English, Japanese-Eng-
Tish, Dutch-English, Scandinavian-















English and occasionally just
English”, says Miss Walder.

She visited the camps near
Beirut for Arab refugees from

Palestine, saw there a curious
case of masculine privilege. When
milk supplied by the United
Nations was distributed, three
queues formed: one of men, who
expected to be served first, an-
other of women, a third of chil-
dren—in which all the boys were
in front and the girls behind.

But Across The Desert
Miss Walder travelled from
Beirut to Bagdad across the

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And

whom i

Margaret Sullavan “with!
played on the stage and

who can handle any role any
time” is the third actress. |
Bogart started acting (on the

stage) 30 years ago. His first

play: “The Ruined Lady,”
“Brave Bogart :
But even a tough man like

Bogey can have his moments of
weakness.

Asked to name some nameés
among the Hollywood feminine
duds, Bogey replied: “What, and
get them all down on my neck?
No thanks!”

So it looks as though he is in-
viting us to Knock On Any Door.

But Humphrey, isn’t that
rather qa Dark Victory? Just
think of all those girls you have
got sore at you. No wonder they
call them ‘the Roaring Twenties:

—L.E.S.

She is used to flying, is an ex-
pert glider pilot. But now she
finds no time for this sport. In-
stead she sails, has a yacht at
Weymouth for holiday times.

—L.E.S.



B.B.C. Radio
Programme

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1051
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11,30 a.m
Musica Britannica, 12.00 (noon) The News,

12.10 p.m. News Analysis.
1.00—7.15 p.m. . 43.43M 31.32M







4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.
Service, 4.15 p.m. Rugby League Football,

. The Daily

4.25 p.m. Interlude, 5.00 p.m. Composer of
the Week, 5.15 p.m. Verdi's Requiem Part
Il, 600 pm Sandy MacPherson at
Theatre Organ, 6.15 p.m. Ulster Maga-
vine, 645 p.m. Programme Pardde, 6.55

p.m. Today’s Sport, 7.09 p.m. The News,
7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 p.m, Cricket
Report on Final Day’s Play in Seeond
Test

1 45—10.30 p.m. ....

48.43M 31.32M



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10.00 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m. From
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THE GOLDEN SUPERMEN
CASH IN...-

By R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

Most Americans, whether they
watch them on TV or in the flesh
still think of all-in wrestlers as a
huge joke.

Their often ridiculous flam-
boyance and titles—“Golden Su-
perman,” “The Great Scott,”
“Georgeous George’ and “The
Red Menace’’—make all-in wrest-
ling a cheerful spectacle in which
everyone apparently suffers hid-
eous agonies—and nobody ever
gets really hurt.

Now it becomes apparent that
e “grunt-and-groan men,” as
are popularly known, are very
big business indeed,

So far this year 12,000,000 fans
have paid 15,000,000 dollars (more
than £5,000,000) to watch—a nine
per cent, attendance rise, and an
11 per cent. gate-money increase
over last year.

Going back to 1946, it is a rise
of 164 per cent. and 180 per cent,
respectively.

What used in the old days to
be a dull show, interesting only
to the few experts, has been
made over into a sort of full-scale
comic strip. And in modern Ame--
ica a comic strip rarely misses.

THE OLD STAR

GINGER ROGERS will tearm
with Fred Allen in their »yext film
—“‘We're Not Married.” It will
deal with a husband-and-wiie
team who appear together on a
breakfast-time rddio programme,

THE NEW STAR

THE CRITICS all like Audrey
Hepburn in Colette’s “Gigi”, Sam-
ple (Water Kerr in the New York
Herald-Tribune) :—

“Miss Hepburn is as fresh and
frisky as a puppy out of a tub.
She brings a candid innocence and
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season.”
THE CHASE

WHEN a passer-by saw a rough-
locking man apparently ransack-
ing a bar-room till in Brooklyn he
started to run to the nearest tele-
phone,

When two off-duty Customs men
saw the passer-by running with a
bundle in his hands they thought
he had stolen something.

When a policeman at the end of
the street saw the two Customs
men racing along he thought they
were up to no good and chased
them.

Eventually, the passer-by, the
two Customs men, the policeman,
and others seized the man at the
till.

It turned out that he
plain - clothes detective,
for betting slips.

FREEZE-UP

A FREAK of wintry weather is
threatening to halt the 600 trams
and 350 buses in the twin cities of
St. Paul and Minneapolis. U.S.
Army engineers say that normally,
when it freezes, a sheet of ice
forms across the Mississippi but
that the water continues to flow
freely beneath this. *

This year, for the first time on
record, a five-mile stretch of the
huge river has become a “frazzle
of crushed ice.” So the power
turbines of the two cities may
give out at any moment.

NO BUYERS

THE Wall-street Journal con-
ducts a survey to find out why
production is slowing up in many
industries. It sums up: “Despite
all the hullabaloo about ‘short-
ages’ of materials the really big
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6 }
faribbean Trade

”
f

o . €

are bri

28th Nov.)
i it for exten-
ic and trade progres
ndies in the next two
members of the Export
gers Club were told yester-
t the Statler Hotel.
orting on a recent survey of
>» Rico, the Dominican Re-
, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba,
A. Aron, tire department
ter of the United States Rub-
xport Company, Ltd., noted
exceptions to the generally
istic outlook. Among these
the hurricane damage re-
suffered by Jamaica and
ted for improved living con-
$ in Haiti.
je future progress will be
ghted by development of
balanced economies through
r industrialization, it will
t also of expansion of agri-
fl production and mineral
ces, it was indicated
tlights of Mr. Aron’s
tas follow:

RTO RICO—The outlook is
Stic. A record 1952 sugar
f 1,350,000 tons is expected.
gitial gains industrially, not-
Econsumer goods production,
Ye. Exports to the United
mainiand for fiscal 1950-51
falued at $254,656,000, a rise
Qer cent. Imports from the
thd for the same _ period
@ $400,397,675, a gain of 28
ot.





report

{INICAN REPUBLIC — So

$ world market prices for
cofiee, cocoa and tobacco
§ near present ievels, im-

w% manutactured goods and
raw materials will con-
Television is being intro-
Industrial additions this

QBclude a spinning mill, a
mill and two tire-recapping

TI — Demand for exports of
cocoa, castor seed, sisal,
imd bananas continues good,
rices at high levels. Irriga-
ower and flood-control de-
jents are planned with the
a $14,000,000 Export-Import
loan, with materials to be



xpected To Rise

some time, particularly through a
90 per cent. loss of banana trees
and a 40 per cent. loss of cocoanut
trees. Three bauxite mining opera-
tions are expected to start in the
next six to twelve months.

CUBA — Economic outlook very
bright. Imports are exceeding ex-
ports by 20 per cent., largely owing
to heavy consumer demand since
the Korean war, Trade is expected
to be in balance next year along
with a rise in United States im-
ports. Sugar-crop prospects are
good, Industrialization, commer-
cial construction, municipal im-
provements and agricultural de-
velopment are expected to con-
tinue. Achievement of a balanced
economy through industrialization
is progressing, notably in cultiva-
tion of kenaf to replace jute for
bags.



Decision Confirmed

A decision against Me Donald
Nicholls of Army Hill, St. Joseph,
whom Police Magistrate Mr. C, L.
Walwyn had fined £1, was yester-
day confirmed by the Judges of
the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. Hanschell.

The Police Magistrate had found
Nicholls guilty of allowing pas-
seugers to ride otherwise than in-
side the lorry G-284 which he was
driving along Hothersal Turning
on August 9.

The Appeal judges also ordered
Nicholls to pay 10/4 appeal costs,

Sgt. Fitz Herbert Bancroft who
was on duty along Hothersal
Road with P.C. 175 Broomes at
the time the offence was commit-
ted, told the Court that when the
lorry passed, two .men were
standing on the rear part grasping
uprights.

Nicholls said in nis defence that
he had seen the Police, but they
had not stopped him. He did not
know how many people were on
the rear part of the lorry.

Eleven Dead In
Pacific Storms

|





200lbs Of Coffee

WASHINGTON, Dec, 4.
The Senate Preparedness Com-
mittee plans to scold the United
States Air Force for using 200
pounds of stale coffee as “floor
sweep”.

Sub-Committee sources said that
the incident occurred at Carswell
Air Force base in Texas where
200 pounds of the Base’s Abundant
supply of coffee went stale. The
mess sergeant used coffee as a floor
sweep to hold down the dust.



BARBADOS

Go To Waste ° PROTEST

LETTER

BONN, Dec. 5
Allied High Commissioners have
sent letteys of protest to West
German Chancellor Konrad Aden-

auer against “nationalistic utter-
ances” by his transport minister
Dr. Hans Christopher Seebolm.

The minister said in a speeeh at
Kassel last week-end that he re-
fused to recognise in 1946 the bor-
ders of Germany as they were as

ADVOCATE

18 Killed by U.S.
Plane Crashes

NEW YORK, Dec. 4

Eighteen persons were killed
and 11 others injured yesterday in
a series of five airplane crashes
United States wide. Two of the

planes plowed into residential
districts, damaging or destroying
several homes, and two others

smashed into fields close by well-
travelled highways,

A B.29 Superfortress
low with tail down over
suburb, lopped the top storey

came in
a Denver

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VINCENT
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i Haze ) ‘ “= ‘ . ; .
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b Aaishotf, N Free of five-year old Marcia
re Hazel A € in revealed that the child
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Martha Caroline La Windfield ( eared by a dog. Doctors said a
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ditional capital of $7,000,000 Violent week-end storms witb The Air Force had obtained Treaty. 80 hie aved broadside i vst
furnished by the Haitian winds up to 105 miles per hour the coffee from the Army ’ K ; aye sel The fifth home and the plane both
iment. lashed the Pacific Ocean off the at 67 cents a pound so the floor A United States spokesman said burst into flames.

California Coast and forced sweep cost $134, The Carswell to-day: e heartily condemn Eight airmen were killed and
AICA Considerable hur- Golden Gate to close. Eleven per- incident will be included in the any such nationalistic utterances seven ther persons including a
damage last August will sons were left dead, and at least Sub-Committee’s Report on waste- whtich do great disservice to Ger- maid ir one of the homes were
seriously the economy for two missing. fulness at Air Force bases. many in world opinion.’—U.P. injured. —U.P.

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4

JOHN RAHR, B.W.I.

R.
M Airways’ newly appointed
General Manager arrived fron
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A.
on a short visit. He is due to re-
turn to Trinidad today.

Due Next Week

ASSENGERS for Barbados on
board the Golfito which ar-

rives here

December llth are
Mrs. H. M. Adams and her six
and a half year old daughter,

Mrs. I. Belt, Mrs. B. S. Boyce and
two children, Miss FE. B. Cox,
Mrs. H. C. Dalimeyer, W/Cdr. and
Mrs. P. F. de Froberville, Mr
and Mrs. T. O. Dowding, Miss F.
Dowding, Cdr. G. F. Dugdale
R.N., Rtd., Miss S. M. Edghill,
Miss J E. Gooding, Cpl. W. K.

Greaves R.A.F.,, Mrs, M. D. Har-
rison, Miss K. C. Hawiins, Cdr
N. D. Holbrock, V.C., R.N., Rtd.,

and Mrs. Holbrock, Mr. and Mr

H. Homer, Dr. and Mrs. W. John-
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jordan,
Mr. R. J. Noal, Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. D. Paul, Mrs. D. Roberts,
Miss C. K. Rahli, Maj. F. H.
Scovil, Sgt. C. P. Seale, R.A-F.,
Miss D. C. Thorne, Miss H. C.
Thorne, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Wa-
ters, Mrs. L. V. White, Mr, and
Mrs. C, Wylie.

Infransit

AJOR & MRS. CLEMMIE
BETTENCOURT-GOMES of
British Guiana are on board e
Golfito which is due here on De-
cember llth, They are en route
to Trinidad where they will
change ships for B.G.

Back To St. Lucia

R. AND MRS, DENNIS BAR-
NARD who had been holi-
daying in B’dos for over a month
returned yesterday to St. Lucia
by B.W.LA, where Mr, Barnard
is a planter. Accompanying them
were two of their sons. Their
third son Laurie has remained
in Barbados where he will go to
school,

Returned Home

R. CLEMENT DURANT,

Salesman of Messrs Stokes

and Bynoe Ltd, who left here

for the U.S. on November 22nd,

returned on Monday via Puerto
Rieo by B.W.LA.

Vice-Principal

R. P. M. SHERLOCK, Vice-

Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the West Indies

who visited Barbados from De-

cember ist to 3rd has left for St.

Vincent and is expected to re-
turn here tomorrow.

He was in Barbados in order
to confer with the Local Repre-
sentative of the University Col-
Jege, Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
with the Resident Tutor of St.
Lucia, Mr. B. H, Easter.

————

~ BY THE WAY...» tant

BOXER who stood on his
’ head in order to lose weight,
and succeeded, has struck a caitiit
blow at the whole furry-eared
race of dietologues, body-fuel
psychochemicogogues and pseude-
crats,

For why should a woman live,
like Villon’s wolves at the gates
of Paris, on air, if she can become
a walking skeleton by merely
standing on her head? What is
the explanation?

According to Dr. Nobostritsa, the
noted Albanian gyllographist,
when you stand on your head, the
blood-stream wobbles like a jelly
on a windy cliff-top and the air
it gives off drifts sideways, leav-

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8. Nothing on the boy to carry, (4)
9 caenee day pet upset. clever |

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12, Beiungin to. =~your § daughter
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13. Top of the arts? (4)

(4. Form of aeathly punishment, 1.e.

m. (5) 17. Blindly senile, (3)
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85. Little pores and his twin

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13. @ cavalry weapon, (5
iB Bac af Ts out here, (6 c a

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“Isles of WR
Syme Aust?PaLlan.-iur
and a gold medallist of the Uni-

a flying visit to Grenada last

week
While

thrillers

credit,

a number of

and radio plays to his
Mr. Syme’s more serious
literary field_ig travel biography
and he gained the U.S. Literary
Society's award last year for his
life of the famous’ explorer,
Pierre Radisson. He also wrote
“I, Mungo Park,” a tribute to an-
other great explorer and discover-
er of the Niger River.

He has already visited most of
the other West Indian islands.

there are

Returning To-morrow
M* RONNIE GITTENS, Man-
aging Director of Carib-
bean Theatres Ltd., and Mrs, Git-
tens are at present in Trinidad.
They flew over on Monday by
B.W.1.A. One_of the reasons for



JOYCE ST, JOHN

their visit was to attend a large

Iss pentuated | tres party given by Mr. Henry Tee-
SS 2 ST, JOHN, daugh- jueksingh, Managing Director of
ter of Mrs. J. B. Deane of Teelucksingh Theatres Ltd., in

Enterprise Road, Christ Church

Port-of-Spain last night.
and the late Mr. Albert St. John,

Mr. and Mrs, Gittens are due

has graduated as a nurse at back here tomorrow morning.

Kingston Hospital, Surrey. She

is now going on to Farnborough Aquatic Sports Postponed

Hospital, Kent, to continue her HE Harrison College Aquatic

studies Sports which were due to
e be held at the Aquatic Club to-

Educational Broadcasting day have had to be postponed

due to the rough sea. Besides this
the steps whieh were washed
away from the club will have
to be replaced.

The sports will now be held on

M* KEN ABLACK, Broad-
casting Officer in the Eas-
tern Caribbean, arrived from Tri-
nidad on Monday by B.W.LA. to

attend discussions on education- Wednesday, December 12th.

al broadcasting at the British

Caribbean Regional Education New Stalls

Conference, "TWO ne stalls il ake
Mr, Ablack is a guest at the oe ee wel ae

their appearance at the Ex-
hibition today. One by the Police
Boys’ Clubs displaying handicraft
and another by the S.P.C.A.
No Competition

OME weeks ago it was
announeed that land in
British Honduras was being sold
at $3.50 per acre and several
people wondered why Barbadians
who love land so much did not
make some effort to go there
where they could acquire large
tracts of agricultural land instead
of waiting for the Back to Africa
project which is to come off soon.
Last week a paragraph publish-
ed showed why the price of land
remained so low. There are only
67,000 people in that colony, three
times less than in Barbados and
only 7.60 to the square mile. It
means that there is nobody to
compete,

Talking Point
Courage is a moral quality. . .
It is a cold choice between two
“& alternatives, the fiwed resolve not
to quit . . . Courage is will-power.
—Lord Moran,

Marine Hetel.

Arriving by the same plane
from Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baeza and family.

@



KEN ABLACK

ing what is called a sympathetic sauntered into a_ post office at
vacuum in three dimensions, This Dagenham, and said: “I want to
shifts the hormonie tissues of the be posted to India.” So astonished
lumbar ducts, and induces hypo- was the assistant that, hurriedly
silicism of the reticulated glabule. guessing the weight of the cus-
Hence loss of weight—until you tomer, she licked stamps to the
come the right way up again, value of £16 7s. 114d. and stuck

them all over Fido’s hide, It was
A contrary opinion afterwards discovered that Fido

UT Dr. Druspiczo contradicts was four sailors on shore leave,

this, He, wagging his cheeks Qf, J say, look here!
like the old raven of Montargis, ; are ire?
says that when you stand on your HE headmistress of a girls
head, 300,000,000 invisible and :~, school in France was awarded
colourless corpuscles desert the ® farthing damages the other day
head for the feet, thus shifting their 1? 4 case against a junior mistress.
weight in no uncertain manner, The girls had all been singing
epyes iis aeons Tai- Song about the headmistress, writ-
Yes, yes, But according to Tal ; i eae r
lantyre’s. Law of Non-Compen- ten by this junior mistress, The
satory Balance-Averages the cor- title was: “There are a devil of a
puscles themselves lose weight in- lot of camels in the world.
transit, and so a body upside Deep in the City
down loses weight proportionately HE talk of the moment in
to the number of these corpuscles financial circles is the ques-
present, When you come upright tion of the restoration of con-
again the corpuscles dash back, a vertibility—harsh music in the
increase theiy weight on the jour- great flapping ears of the Inter-
ney, Therefore the loss of weight is yational
merely temporary, as the flaneur you abolish control of capital
said when he removed the hulking transfer you lay yourself to
great chorus-girl from his knees, the charge of bolstering pas, ed
and meddling with exchange

in order to reach for a magnum,
control. Pedants can prove that
if the retail index rises seven or
eight points it will be overtaging
N assistant in the post office wage rates, But the ‘ac
into which an elephant walked answer tg all this is dhat the
the other day, said when the beast pound would look after itself in
had left; “We did not miss a single a free economy, and that you
stamp.” Did he think that ele- cannot expect to cut current ex-
phants go into post offices to buy penditure if you in
stamps? Or was he thinking of re garding disinflation as an
the enormous elephant Fido which academic question. ‘





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‘gart Finds Meaning In 3 Pairs Of Eyes

-lard-hitting Humphrey Bogart

et off a few fireworks about
Hollywood's leading ladies during
| the week-end. Says he: “Few af

ted States Literary Society, paid| them can be considered as god

| actresses.”
}

Most of the girls in tu
business Angels with
Faces-—-are stiff and a
he reckons. “Only a ha
are pliable and uninhibited.”

Giving us a glimpse of Mr. B’s
own Dead Reckoning, he
adds: “You can the reat
actresses by their eyes. I do when
we're on the set. I see them get
that glazed look, and they seem
to be thinking: “What am |]
supposed to do next?”

Brooding over the cause of
what must appear to him like a
Petrified Forest of pretty but ex-







THERE is an Englishwoman in
Irak with a queer job. She is
teaching .children’s game y to
grown-ups.

Miss Ruth Walder, genefy
secretary of the Young Women
Christian Association, met her
in Bagdad during a tour she has
just made of the Middle East.

Children in Irak do not play
games; they do not know any. So
a Bagdad Moslem college asked
an English-woman on the staff of
the local YWCA to teach their

students some simple English
games,
The students, when they be-

come teachers, will pass the games
on to parents, and they in turn
will teach their children how to
play,

Gentlemen First

Cheerful 44 ~ year - old Miss
Walder went to Beirut for an
international YWCA conference
of 40-odd nationalities. Official
language was English. “We heard
American-English, Japanese-Eng-
lish, Dutch-English, Scandinavian-
English and occasionally just
English”, says Miss Walder.
visited the camps
Beirut for Arab refugees from
Palestine, saw there a curious
case of masculine privilege. When
milk supplied by the United
Nations was distributed, three
queues formed: one of men, who
expected to be served first, an-
other of women, a third of chil-
dren—in which all the boys were
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pressionless faces, he adds: “The
trouble is that although women
Btart acting the day they aré

horn only a handful come to the
movies with any stage experience.
They come out here and are made
stars overnight on the screen.

“They shouldn't take starring
roles until they know the busi-
ness. They leap into films before
they are ready.”

*Brave Bogart

Mr. Bogart manages to find
three pairs of eyes, apart from
those of Lauren Bacall, his wife,
which he thinks are exceptions
to the Dead End prospect.

The first eyes belong to Kath-
arine Hepburn, with whom —
coincidentally he made
“African Queen” in Africa not

Kim Hunter, with whom he is
‘now making a film called “Dexd-
line U.S.A” owns the second lot.

: Children Without é Gamma

MISS RUTH WALDER
d “lpvited by Moslems.



desert in a luxurious bus. Its
wheels flung up the sand so high
that it wés impossible to see
through the windows. All the
rest of her travels she did by air.

‘AMERICAN COLUMN :

THE GOLDEN SUPERMEN |\"°"*
CASH IN...-

By R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

Most Americans, whether they
watch them on TV or in the flesh
still think of all-in wrestlers as a
huge joke.

Their often ridiculous flam-

boyance and titles—‘Golden Su-
perman,” “The Great Scott,
“Georgeous George” and “The
Red Menace”—make all-in wrest-
ling a cheerful spectacle in which
everyone apparently suffers hid-
eous agonies—and nobody ever
gets really hurt.
Now it becomes apparent that
e “grunt-and-groan men,” as
ey are popularly known, are very
big business indeed,

So far this year 12,000,000 fans
have paid 15,000,000 dollars (more
than £5,000,000) to watch—a nine
per cent, attendance rise, and an
11 per cent. gate-money increase
over last year.

Going back to 1946, it is a rise
of 164 per cent. and 180 per cent.
respectively.

What used in the old days to
be a dull show, interesting only
to the few experts, has been
made over into a sort of full-scale
comic strip. And in modern Amev-
ica a comic strip rarely misses.

THE OLD STAR

GINGER ROGERS will tear
with Fred Allen in their next film
—‘We’re Not Married.” It will
deal with a husband-and-wiie
team who appear together on a
breakfast-time rddio programme,

THE NEW STAR

THE CRITICS all like Audrey
Hepburn in Colette’s “Gigi”, Sam-
ple (Water Kerr in the New York
Herald-Tribune) :—

“Miss Hepburn is as fresh and
frisky as a puppy out of a tub.
She brings a candid innocence and
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951
sass —— ——
=PEOTAL THURSDAY Itwrmâ„¢
“VIGILANTES RETORN” (Cinecotor) TOWN
Jon Hall & PL AF j B'TOWN
RUSTLERS ROUNDUP” Kirby Grant > Dial 2310
| TODAY & TOMORROW (Only) 4.45 & %.00 p.m, (2 New Westerns)
Whip WILSON with j WAI ELY i
Andy CLYDE in Ca PTAYLO
And Margaret Sullavan “with| RANGE LAND & oe pes oe ae
whom I played on the stage and Opening FRID: 7th 20-445 & Special SAT: 9.30 a.m. & 1.20 p.m
ae a —— eer 7 nT KID From KANSAS
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viting us to Knock On Any Door. ow ps A COOKIN : eet ae wre BROWN
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rather q Dark Victery? Just



think of all those girls you have

got sore at you. No wonder they

call them ‘the Roaring Twenties:
—L.E.5.





Cae

EMPIRE

Last 2 Shows Today—4.45 & 8.30] Opening FRI. — 2.30 & 8.30

She is used to flying, is an ex-
pert glider pilot. But now she
finds no time for this sport. In-
stead’ she sails, has a yacht at
Weymouth for holiday times.



Columbia Pictures Presents



—LES. |« THE HARLEM GLOBE
B.B.C. Radio TROTTERS ”
Programme Hii

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11,30 a.m.
Musica Britannica, 12.00 (noon) The News,

Thomas GOMEZ and
The Original Harlem Globe







12.10 p.m. News Analysis. Trotters
1.00-—-7.15 pom. 43.43M 31.22M
4.00 p.m. The News, 410 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Rugby League Football.| qamorrow only — 4.30 & 8.30
4.25 p.m. Interlude, 5.00 p.m, Composer of ’
the Week, 5.15 p.m. Verdi's Requiem Part
Il 4.00 p - fens MacPherson at|Universal Double ! !
Theatre Or 615 p.m, Ulster Maga-



zine, 6.45 f Programme Pardde, 6,55
p.m. Today's Sport, 7.09 p.m. The News.
7.10 p.m, News Analysis, 7.15 p.m, Cricket
teport om Final Day's Play in Seeond

‘*END OF THE RIVER”



with
1 4-10.90 pom . 48.43M 31.32M
145 p.m. Twenty Questions, 8.15 p.m. SABU
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Statement of
\ccount, 8.45 p.m. Composer of the
Week, 9.00 p.m. The Fire on the Snow, — and —
10.0 pan. The News, 10.10 p.m. From
the Editorials, 10.15 p.m. Mid Week
Talk, 10.30 p.m, Cathedral Music, ABBOTT and COSTELLO
in
HOME ”’



ROYAL

TODAY & TOMORROW Friday only 4.30 & 8.15
4.30 & 8.15 ‘
Republic Double - - -

Roy ROGERS - - Dale EVANS

“ RADAR PATROL “ DON’T FENCE ME IN”

comes like a
air in a stifling

performance
of fresh

THE CHASE
WHEN a passer-by saw a rough-
looking man apparently ransack-
ing a bar-room till in Brooklyn he
started to run to the nearest tele-
phone,
When two off-duty Customs men

her
breath
season.”

Republic Whole Serial - - -

saw the passer-by running with a — and —

bundle in his hands they thought VS

he had stolen something. x ‘“ ”
When a policeman at the end of WEB OF DANGER

the street saw the two Customs ” with

men racing along he thought they

were up to no good and chased
them.

Eventually, the passer-by, the
two Customs men, the policeman,
and others seized the man at the
till.

It turned out that he
plain - clothes detective,
for betting slips.

Adel MARA — Bill KENEDY

OLYMPIC

Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.15] Tomorrow & Friday 4.30 & 8.15
M.G.M. Double . . . M.G.M.



was a
, Double .
looking

Ricardo MONTALBAN in—

FREEZE-UP Esther WILLIAMS in—

A FREAK of wintry weather is >
threatening to halt the 600 trams ‘DUCHESS OF IDAHO”’ | ‘ BORDER INCIDENT”
and 350 buses in the twin cities of AND
St. Paul and Minneapolis. u~ AND
Army engineers say that normally, ‘
when it freezes, a sheet of ice ON AN ISLAND WITH
forms across the Mississippi but}‘* PICTURE OF DORIAN YOU”
that the water continues to flow
freely beneath this. * GRAY” Color by Technicolor

This year, for the first time on
record, a five-mile stretch of the
huge river has become a “frazzle
of crushed ice.” So the power
turbines of the two cities may
give out at any moment.

ROX Y
NO BUYERS

THE Wail-street Journal con- Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.15 Tomorrow Only 4.30 & 8.15
ducts a survey to find out why] United Artist Double .
production is slowing up in many
industries. It sums up: “Despite

with Hurd HATFIELD

with Esther WILLIAMS

a

“HE WALKED BY

United Artist Double . .

.





all the hullabaloo about ‘short-
ages’ of materials the really big HT”’ “ ; 9
brake on production is lack of NIG STRANGE WOMAN
consumer demand.” Consumer “a ‘ ‘
demand? Shoppers. with Richard BASEHART Ato
oe ee ee es AND

“QUICK SAND” “INTRIGUE”

with Mickey ROONEY GEORGE RAFT











GLOBE

TO-DAY 4.30 p.m., TO-MORROW 4.30 and 8.15 p.m.
“RIDERS OF THE RANGE” (TIM HOLT)
and
“CROSS FIRE” (ROBERT MITCHUM)

TO-NITE 8.15 p.m—STEEL AND MARICO CONTEST
CASABLANCA vs. TRIPOLI

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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE .

Caribbean Trade expec

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;
ik VINCENT
iA ; Hadle Gib NEW YORK, Dec, 4
7 e | ‘ \ ‘ Gaara Mato - An autop performed on the
x ecte ; oO ise } 4 ; } > Aaishof, N i Moore, Fred body of f ear old Marcia
o | 7 â„¢ oa Syce Hazel A Boyee, F | Weinstein re led that the child
Ras "| shemouh Dutt Tuby C. Bo ed of sudden fright after being
(Fre N.Y. Times 28th Nov.) some time, particularly through a| y fortha Caroline La Windfield ¢ mses oa gue aa ae
Prospects are bright for exten- 90 per cent. loss of banana enn Frem GRENADA frighte ning “ perience caused by
Sive economic and trade progress and a 40 per cent. loss of cocoanut |" rl Holder, F W r the emsuatenutiaan at tm het ret
in the West Indies in the next two trees, Three bauxite mining opera | | Pras MARTINIQUE sulted in asphyxiation and the girl
years, members of the Export tions are expected to start in the Charles White, Jansen-Somner collapsed and died on her way to
Managers Club ‘vere told yester- next six to twelve months.” rs oe oe E a school,—U.P.
day at the Statler Hotel. CUBA — Economic outlook very ; * | Bac ? ett
ie Reporting on a recent survey of bright. Imports are exceeding ex- = R n" oe Ed w... ite a
uerto Rico, the Dominican Re- ports by 20 per cent., largely owing a r Yop aoe a °
public, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba, i heavy A rbinenes demand since is OUT Wi (a (ag ‘ee ay: ee Deringtor, & In Touch With Barbados
John A. Aron, tire department the Korean war, Trade is expected i Risk) i from TRINIDAD 4
manager of the United States Rub- to be in balance next year along } ‘ 6) } i Yesterday Ms Costal Station
ber Export Company, Ltd., noted with a rise in United States im- 1g { veodiine ‘ aeate . es noialion or
some exceptions to the generally ports. Sugar-crop prospects are roza, R. De Med M. De Mendina, J. , Cable and Wireless (W.L) Led. advise
optimistic outlook, Among these good. Industrialization, commer- harlery, |S. Henry, A Sateney, H. folowing ships through their Barbados
were the hurricane damage re- cial construction, municipal im- etaien =} ant s ae a eee ee Coast: Station :
cently suffered by Jamaica and provements and agricultural de- Carew, J. Furnival, D. Lewis, $ i ;
the need for improved living con- velopment are expected to con- Peer Se Repeal: a, anaes ‘Alte then. Ge
ditions in Haiti. tinue. Achievement of a balanced walt, ss. Cottonwood
While future progress will be economy through industrialization ! Sater ROAY eer ss. City Alma, s,s. Belita s.
highlighted by development of is progressing, notably in cultiva- | vor PRINIDAD ‘e Pee oh Tore eS ene
more balanced economies through tion of kenaf to replace jute for Catherine Pijikamp, Willem Pijikamp, y ss. Mente Ammboto, as; Anios
further industrialization, it will bags. Hn Sri eee Eien, Sze aise Usodiriass : a. 2S
consist also of expansion of agri- ~ 7 2 . me oa For To hend 8 ni, a4. Ure,
cultural production and mineral 1 iis ov . | jorie Bayne, Christopher Bayne, Ra Tiger, 3.8, Hamburg British Confi
resources, it was indicated. Decision Confirniyed | : ehard Bayne. Gosden cence, 3 1d De Barquisimeto, s.5.
Highlights of Mr. Aron’s report aoe - Ad ep- Maria P attire '¢ s. Raban, s.s. Arigue
by areas follow: : A decision against Mc Donaid eevee

PUERTO RICO—The outlook is
opUmustic. A record 1952 sugar
crop of 1,850,000 tons is expected.
Substantial gains industrially, not-



Nicholls of Army Hill, St. Joseph,
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continue. Exports to the United The Police Magistrate had found DECEMBER 4, 1951!
States mainland for fiscal 50-5 . $s g y allowin, as- Gladys €6 3/10% pr, Cheques on
were valued ‘at $284 656 O0e s rise Bion we ride caotane thar i ‘ h h h bad ! h | 1 k h } tens, Noel Waters, Joan Waters, Nobel Bankers 64 3/10% pr

a at $254,656, ,a senge » ric s ‘ " . > Ye foplinas 1e on incline. > your »it slimmer.” kar, Arthur Procope, Margaret Benko Demand Drafts 64.15% pr.
of 21 per cent. Imports from the side the lorry G-284 which he was : Rat er than hurt somebody’s feelings, 1 should have been inclined to make your John Bull a bit slimmer Fares vont t vse yet Raney: penans t nee
mainland for the same period driving along Hothersal Turning wudon Express Servics ter PUERTO ax o 6 310% pr ‘ able ib

; 7" ere a ris Seale Joor ce arn ya le ¢ a1 y irrerne 62 8 yo vr.
totalled $400,397,675, a gain of 28 on August 9. a ans. Guceee ‘ ng mine I ernie pr ou oe bie he
per cent, The Appeal judges also ordered ja Bynoe, Pearl Knight Silvex





Nicholls to pay 10/4 appeal costs.

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r r ¥
Sgt. Fitz Herbert Bancroft who . " Go / * ‘ }
nate Sim oo ee een an eee wa on duty along Hothersal 200Ibs Of flee PROTEST ” —— im ue
ugar, colfee, cocoa ana tobacco ‘ > ” . s at
ead aid are Road with P.C. 175 Broomes at + so a , ‘ ¢ > PRS 4, ‘
remain, near present jevels, iM~ the time the offence was commit- Go To Waste I lane Crashe s
ports of manufactured goods and tog told the Court that when the '
needed Taw materials will con- lorry passed, two men were WASHINGTON, Dec, 4. ] EK TD TER 3 NEW YORK, Dec. 4 m* oa
tinue. Television is being intro- standing on the rear part grasping The Senate Preparedness Com- ’ Bighteen persons were killed THER E S DAN G I R
duced. Industrial additions this ol ofinie . i t 2 and 11 others injured yesterday In a
ei Sune ete * uprights. mittee plans to scold the United BONN, Dec. 5 . 7 :
dre iat alae an aberea aia mil, a Nicholls said in nis defence that States Air Foree for using 200 Allied High Con ssioners ' ave + se See aerate Se
textile mill ang two ire-recapping he had seen the Police, but they pounds of stale coffee a ‘floor ist jet rae or rs we ; United States wide. Two of the IN T H I re W oO R M
plants, — had not stopped him. He did not sweep”, sent letters of protest to West planes plowed into residential s) 1
HAITI — Demand for exports of know how many people were on German Chancellor Konrad Aden- qistricts, damaging or destroying
coffee, cocoa, castor seed, sisal, ihe rear part of the lorry. Sub-Committee sources said that auer against “nationalistic utter- several homes, and two others
sugar and bananas continues good, ceapnasd dacehiablinensanbabeite the incident occurred at Carswell ances” by his transport minister smashed into fields close by well-

Dr. Hans Christopher Seebolm.
The minister said in a speech at
Kassel last week-end that he re- A 6.29 Superfortress came in
fused to reeognise in 1946 the bor- low with tail down over a Denver
ders of Germany as they were as Suburb, lopped the top storey off
result of the Versailles Peace one home, clipped three others,

with prices at high levels, Irriga-
tion, power and flood-control de-
velopments are planned with the
aid of a $14,000,000 Export-Import
Bank loan, with materials to be
supplied from the United States,

Air Force base in Texas where travelled
200 pounds of the Base’s Abundant

supply of coffee went stale. The

Eleven Dead In
mess sergeant used coffee as a floor

. . ¥,
Pacific Storms sweep to hold down the dust
CALIFORNIA, Monday. a

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and additional capital of $7,000,000 Violent week-end storms with _ The Air Force had obtained Treaty. ona sane hep tage
to be furnished the Haitian winds up to 105 miles per hour the coffee from the Army a Vpritbeel” Stistat Se csia’ oa” 4 . . ae pli
Government. lashed the Pacific Ocean off the at 67 cents a pound so the floor f nited State : oe as : —_ 0 ame ay CaF
California Coast and forced sweep cost $134, The Carswell to-day: We heartily conceit Eight airmen were el ed anc
JAMAICA Considerable hur- Golden Gate to close. Eleven per- incident will be included in the any such nationalistic utterances seven other persons including a
ricane damage last August will sons were left dead, and at least Sub-Committee’s Report on waste- which do great disservice to Ger maid ir one of the homes were
affect seriously the economy for two missing. fulness at Air Force bases, many in world opinion,’ UP. injured —U.P.

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tural Department’s capacity to supply

wade tor ‘ j , > Ww seeds for planting. Any oné who knows euatelvade for dwarfs, that it The Hoboes’ Ball in my village Erratic accounts and mis-|hoping that the Paris talks on Germany’s
how seriously understaffed is that Depart- is almost impossible for the fat of Bramdean was a howling spellings in. the ik of gr future would save him £550 million on his
ment can readily appreciate this contin- to get any clothing at all. success, Until they asked me to and people whom I know leat § s

udd failure to supply as many string beans

a reader's description of her _ Still, | one ‘ 5 |
’ ‘ ; “ is et i es i 3 tr » than But the book is great fun, Now a c
' sttuce seeds as growers want to buy. husband. “He is a bony Scots- Judging hoboes is less tricky ; 7 : “| But he heard that no decision was 1
and lettuce seeds as growers Ws 7 man who, after my cooking for judging beauty queens. will some European. write a} as, taken

Understanding of the Agricultural De-
partment’s difficulties does not however
lessen the seriousness of the food situation.









This is unfair, I have known

As for the eating part, here is

20 years, still stays at 10st. 6lb.,
but he, too, is a good eater—
only it doesn’t layer on him.”

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Bruce Blunt's Column



hold Management,” Ist edn. 1861.
Among Hoboes

help in judging the costumes,

had advantage.

Hoboes are less temperamental
and more used to missing prizes.

In The Slips






please bring your own food with

me to suspect the accuracy of
information which I cannot check

“Travel Guide to U.S.A.”?
It could be even funnier.

Not So Bad



—_—-

| West German finance Minister, was|

|ennual budget.

|that would enable him to draw a big red-
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|presents the costs of Allied occupation.








WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5,

: |
> BARBADOS tea ADVOE | |
© BARBADOS waa ADVOGATE seal aainia waa WHAT ADENAUER FOR FINEST
. SSS fase ILLUSTRATED BY OSBERT LANCASTER
Siasat by the Navectio Os., tie., Revet Mt, ethovtews | KST CHRISTMAS CARDS
'
: i
Wednesday, December 5, 1951 | — WANTS—
Ti!) ee Beat to THE Friends of Fat are form- “Some ihmen,” we are
ling fast. There seem to be t ¢ told, “habitaally eat eight times a Call d Select Early f
‘ ‘By ’ . g s rere seem to be two , ae an elec arly rom
AGRECI } LT RE . | motives a joining es re . ’ ng oh where, are these and how it could cost you 9a
sponsorec vy nis column last aN ot = 9 | ,
recht Wiel thet tn (45 phen: 9 well-fed types among us: aa Say ADVOCATE STATIONERY
eines kot ineeets tide ‘Stier So: rt ke Apart these heroic) on income tax | .
; itici | Fat 1 says ‘ } : trenc! * our usual meals)
pite the Utopian promises of politicians a dala? aes te ohana = are .d “Breakfast i
» people arbados are beginning to | aftectior sy have + be- ay usually vy; lunch.-is sub- . 3S ETON
the people of Barbadosvare beginning t0 Jaftection. “They have now be- Jag stantial; tea at 4.30 is a ritual in| (By CHARL!S WIGHTON)
feel anxiety about next year's food supply. One avn theta g Mane gross every walk of life; dinner... is}
But the people’s enthusiasm to grow more eaters of atetee food, a4 G6 o the visemeesevast of " te | : BONN
mies —- +j >» icul- iers the lace through “ _ Com a ne ae. Sane . so & moa
food again seems to outstrip the Agricul entre lo: gw eae nea Mrs. Isabella Beeton in “House- gometime, Mr. Fielding. bus| PRENT, bald, Bavarian Fritz Schaeffer, the|

1951



That is all the difference, you A __ lively book, “Fielding’s piviy, P ; pha nt we 7
‘ ;: ss . ” evival of interest in Aleister Had -vear- *hance . -
It is time that the vacancies of the De- |see. ‘ . a om y Europe, at Crowley Sougik fest 2 ac 76 7" : “ C ee ae ee won
: z : The ive is th: at Edi as just come my way. has . _j|an immediate ns ‘ ers
partment were filled. They will only be + re nae - this It an " Amoaaients publication, snes ot smug eared judgments eaten a i? en te ritis 1 ' a ers 0
: : : oe ; 7 ”S 7 rn > “s who neve » him.| wo ave se “aha 4 ‘
filled when sufficient financial inducement age of slimming, only need to and New. York colleague Newell Riedie wae a recat. ak Be. mee 1e equivalent of an - 5
$ f ability assert’ themselves for instant Rogers tells me that every other that He fed a rematica bie extra 9d. in the £ income tax next year. 1s e rpe
is offered to men of ability. recognition, American tourist carries it with velicabdbdal mind, Se Mit ‘oak per 16 oz. Bottle
Here as one reader's summing: 5 yo sis: sg American) kindness.” He could be very good| Of the £550 million total paid to the Allies ,

The Governor of Barbados in a speech
to the Legislature on April 25, 1950 warned
that “any savings which accrue to the
Treasury from vacant posts or lower
standards” would “be the results of false

a

up of pros and cons.

WE FAT PEOPLE
following :—

1, We are happier; 2, We can
cook, and I mean cook; 3, We
have a grand sense of humour;

score on the

every
tourist must have the oddest con-
ceptions of Europe. '

Author Temple Fielding blends:
an irritating self-assurance
uch brilliant flashes of
that one’s irritation breaks down!

#® There is a queer

withee .
acumenl} Augustus John.

~ company.

tale of the
‘last portraif which was done of
him. It was a drawing by

It was hung at an exhibition of
chat artist’s work. When several,

for the cost of occupying Germany, Britain
has been drawing almost one third. This
goes to pay for services and supplies for the
three divisions of B.A.O.R., and the R.A.F.

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4, We don’t worry unduly; 5, Our just in time. a e vaien 8 jet fighter squadrons in Germany. When thej{ __
rs economy.” complexions are real and very | France is classed with Egypt pee ete Sow been a/Occupation stops (and, of course, it can’t go i
mue etter, North Africa, an aly as one a 1 . “ : 3 . ~“
WE_LOSE, alas, on the following: the four chief robber countries! oe wee ie ee Se on for ever), that stops too. | i
% The Governor's" warning was not taken 1, We can’t wear jewellery This all my experience flatly! en — Jobn er ee :
: : (unless we're careful in its denies. fF " ss ? yermany’s contribution towards the ec T
so far as the Agricultural department was} {Unless Wert “ooking gaudy: “Never leave your luggage, drawing had pe eee oes ost SAN ON
concerned: 2, We can’t sit elegantly; 3, We unguarded in a waiting taxi or ie al tan, buick did : an ied forces here was one of the three
can’t smoke elegantly; 4, We in the custody of a_ strange '* creel ae + ae ig differences between the Western Powe
can’t wear high heels; 5, We porter,” says Mr. Fielding. not recognise him myself. = rs

7 work has not been filled since Mr. Hal- ed eee we don’t mind Sirier? can you find a familiar try not long before his death. about to-day’s emergency Four-Power talks
" crow left two years ago and officers who AND 6, We can’t keep on a diet His advice on Marseilles is The familiar heavy jowl and|in Paris.

The vacancy in Agricultural extension

now fill key posts are likely to leave soon
unless enrolments and conditions of ser-
vice are improved. These unfortunate

can't always wear our favourite

for more than four hours.
Now which would the
rather have?
Please don’t say I said all this,

men

Where, in any large railway

brief, if inadequate. He just says
“Skip it.”

My advice on Mr. Fielding's
account of French wines is exactly



He then told me how Crowley
had come to see him in the coun-

fleshiness were gone and the face
had become that of an ascetic, a
Spanish grandee with a_ little
pointed beard. Impressed by the
then

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oped. There has been plenty of warning. dessert is placed on the table, or Bat . was certainly not the ings with the Bonn Prime Minister in 5-gIin. HIGH PRESSURE TYPE
: The Governor himself gave one early in spromnnne’ Welt Peel niemen Crowley of former ‘times. The|the past few weeks, the three Allied High

1950 and there has been continuous sup-
port in the Press for the view that Barba-
dos is primarly an agricultural country and

| WHEN dinner is

to wet a corner of the napkin, but
the hostess, whose behaviour
will set the tone of all the ladies
present, will merely wet the tips



old magician had _ brought off a
vanishing trick at last.
Sign, Please

My thanks to all kind readers

;Commissioners in Germany told their For-
eign Ministers in London, Paris and Wash-
|ington, “We are stuck. It is your turn to

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u cannot affofd to neglect agriculture. The |°f, "7", a a aaret. Ke They are still ‘oming in so ean.|argue with Adenauer. —
ua ; e 7 . . h Continentals not judged yet. aE ings . ss SE
warning of the Governor was not taken Bvenh gag icine cthe One thing embarrasses me. 1] The Germans are offering the Western Available from Stock.

i\ and today the Press is unceasingly warn- |), 5uth; but it is a custom which no have a lot of signs, but not “| powers 12 tough Wehrmacht divisions in

i ing the people of this-island that the day English gentlewoman should, in single brewer has offered me a g s

of reckoning is at hand. Barbados cannot
continue to discourage first class ability by
offering third class salaries. The island
has so far been fortunate in obtaining the
services of many Barbadians with first
class qualifications but to-day even many
of these are finding it more lucrative and

the slightest degree imitate.—

Appeal

AN old man wearing dark
glasses with cheeks unshaven and
a gray-white beard sits dejected-



pub to hang one on.—L.E.S.

For Fishermen

(By GEORGE HUNTE)

~
that rent their hearts in two and

Because where the Cricket Pitcli |

used to be a capsized fishing boat
was bursting its sides buffeted by

jreturn for the end-of-the-occupation treaty.
So they do not see why they should pay for
he Allied army as well.

In any case they have told the British that
it will cost at least £2,000 million to organise

arms and equip the new Wehrmacht at the
start.



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4 aze| ssive oa f nding | , : jy
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! elsewhere. apposite where he sits big white ing and tossing on the: unsteady A man re fifty e so mie sioners that the Germans might be able to
' clouds of spray slightly tinged sea. gazing : watching as wen y Hidde thle! more than he resend c
with becwn, beeee thunderingly “The Lady Marie” was saved Hig was the only face that carriec | p t £550

High on the list of priorities to be dealt
with by the new House of Assembly is the

down and rush along the sands
towards him. On his left what was

and “Mona Leza” + = down near
where the old man gat pondering
on the mysterious ways of God

a smile that afternoon. “I hope
that isn’t your boat” I said hesi-
tantly, not wanting to intrud

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' i fe ants . ic ce ¢ at lies piled in wooden ; sche 4 ‘ , them: “We int-blx refus .
question of emoluments for the Agricul- ie” gris ae ie eer gigantic “Frozen Jo stood. dry_and sate, upon his private grief. “No No |them: “We point-blank refuse to pay for & Cool!
‘ tural Department, An overworked and inhabitant of the earth had tired Higher up the “Vandyck” gaping he replied “I come from St both the new Wehrmacht and the Alliec

understaffed department will always do of his game of dominos and left Wide open + tied a a Jong armies in Germany.”
: : : them stacked for some underling rope toa large mahogany tre His was the only cheerful face
its best under good leadership and the de- |, clear away. whose roots were already being that I saw as I walked up and| The British High Commissioner, Sir Ivone

partment is fortunate in having an enthu-
siastic Director with wide experience of
agriculture in the West Indies but Barba-
dos’ needs are too urgent for a policy of
“make do”.

There is little to be gained from deplor-
ing the past although politicians would be
less than human if they neglected to draw
the conclusion that the recent government
has been more concerned with getting the
maximum from the employer for the
worker’s pay packet, than with the soil
and food production.

The Governor cannot be included in this
note of condemnation, He placed the pro-
duction of food as the second priority after
water and he gave his ‘timely warning
about false economy resulting from lower
standards. Unfortunately his words fell
on deaf ears and to-day we are all paying
the penalty as more and more people flock
into the town and the land loses its cen-
turies-old appeal.

There is nothing to be gained by an in-
quest on the past; what the voters want
from both political parties before the elec-

tions is an assurance that whoever wins bulent water, Some sank, some 24). ; Sen ec 5 a A
ue ee as to whether he was clearly visi- ly, and policeman William Ken- : :
agriculture will once again be reinstated as SE ee meas ble to all hands, suddenly clam- nedy tensely covered the snake| Premier Adenauer does not object to thal

the king pin of Barbadian economy and

that no effort is spared to persuade the best

agriculturists to fill vacancies and to keep
them by offering attractive remuneration

To the right of the old man in a
little dump of refuse stands a very
small and very thin cat a pitiful
creature. She gazes in silent terror
at the frightening waves. A young
girl of five and a man of thirty-
five stand near the old man and
watch. No one speaks. Only the
waves thunder and erash and the
water rushes violently up the sott
brown-white sands thrusting its
way between the roots of the tall
green casuarinas.

This is at 3.30 on Monday after-
noon.

Earlier that morning the sea nad
been even more violent, It had
come rushing up at the Casuarinas,
leapt the fence and pushed the
sand on and on until the earth had
been covered in the garden of
“old Trees.”

The water lily pond was invad-
ed and the lilies scattered like bits
of draggled seaweed all over the
lawn. Only salt water fish could
live now in the swimming pool.
But the house escaped all damage.
It was the garden which suffered
from the sea’s too passionate em~
brace.

Out among the breakers how-
ever the game of destruction had
been played to a finish with fren-
zied impatience, Stately fishing
boats with happy names like “Op-
portunity” were torn adrift from
their anchor and thrown against
each other in angry disdain. Sides
caved in and masts dropped, trail-
ing rope and canvas into the tur-

went down to the beach at two in
the morning. It was dark and no
boats could put out in that raging
seething powerful pressure of
water. They could do nothing

only wait until the first glimpse

undermined by the water relent-
lessly pushing, relentlessly bur-
rowing its way.

No one walking along the beach
from Paynes Bay to 3rooklyn
yesterday for the first time and
feeling the forceful pushing waves
lap round his feet would have
thought that 72 hours before a lit-
tle boy of 4 had been swimming
in those waters.

No ‘ene looking at the spot
where St. James’ young men play
cricket every Sunday on an open
beach would believe it if his first
sight of the beach was yesterday.



John.

down the sea-wrecked beaches
There is sorrow today in fisher-
men's houses. There is sorrow
and sadness and uncertainty. But
there is also faith in God and
their fellow man. “God will
provide” said one, as he stood
clutching the stick used to kill
Sharks, and “studying the waves”
while spars and canvas were
being smashed against the rocks
before his eyes.

Each one of us can help by con
tributing to the Advocate fund. to
relieve their sorrow and to show
how much we appreciate their
faith in God and confidence in us



Reeall How They Cheered ?

By R. M. MacCOLL
NEW YORK.

It will be ten years ago next

month that Mr. Churchill, in the
days immediately after Pearl Har-
bour, went to Washington.
« And a highlight of that memor-
able visit was the joint Press con-
ference held by President Roose-
velt and the visiting P.M.

Nobody who saw it, as I did, will
ever forget the terrific show put on
by the two. Each was in top form
The reporters were enchanted—
almost hypnotised—by the pro-
ceedings, as their eyes swept from
cigar to cigarette-holder, and back
again to cigar.

But, of course, the unlooked-for
climax burst on us all when Mr
Churchill, murmuring some doubt



bered up oh to his seat and stood
there acknowledging a delight-
ed roar of applause

What Washington is asking now
is: Will the precedent be followed
by Mr. Truman with another joint
Press conference during the com-

_ Lesson For Bing
While British comic Norman
Wisdom was doing one of his “soft
shoe” routines during his film tes
at the Paramount studios in Holly-

wood, on to the set, unshaven and |

wearing his usual sloppy sport:
clothes, came wandering Bing
Crosby,

“I wish I could do that,’ he mur-
mured. “I need a dance routine
for my next picture.”

So Norman promptly gave him |

a lesson, and they gossiped about
golf at St. Andrew's.

Nursery Rhyme

In GARY, Indiana, there wer«
red faces all round. While Mrev.
Amos Brewster moaned hysterical-

with his gun, policeman Andy Ball
charged into the darkened nursery
and snatched the sleeping baby out
of harm’s way. Then. Kennedy
fired—-and the snake flew to pieces.

It was a porcelain snake, and no- |
body quite knows what it was do- !

| Xirkpatrick, and his French colleague Andre
*rancois-Poncet were just as blunt to Aden-
auer,

EMERGENCY

RITAIN and France, already bearing the
| heaviest share of the European rearma-
|ment burden—while Germany is doing
almost nothing—are unable to pay another
penny, or another sou, they told Adenauer.

That is the main problem which was
| tackled in Paris to-day.
| The other two big difficulties holding ur
| the end of the occupation—and parallei form-
| ation of the new German Army—are :—

| ONE: What happens if a sudden emer-
) gency arises in Germany ?



| The three Western Powers insist on reserv-
ing their right to declare a state of emer-
|gency, which means restoring military gov-

}ernment in the event of grave public dis-
order which the Bonn Government could not

|} control.

An emergency might range from a Rea
; Army invasion to a revolution of new Nazi
fuehrer Otto Ernst Remer, or a coup by the
German Communists.

safeguard. He refuses to sign a treaty with
the Western Powers, however, unless his
|Government is permitted to share in decid-
{ing when there is a German emergency.

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To The Rae, ae weenie of that body and #9 Srey cannot tablished #o keep them from af produced a formula which would satisfy him any of our side doors and %
To the Kd he Ad Ot the St Michan Westy "hei be Tt to atone for his state- the street and out of the Courts. | that no emergency action would be taken :

‘0 the Kditor, the vocate, are RRA etry a te ment. Showing any great measure of rj i y ; ;
f days ago recorded the grave dis- “That point is easily settled. If aronywmne athe ei eure of | without reference to his Government, your parcels will be delivered S
SIR,—I am among many people glad to content of members of that body mr, Cox had been concerned in will not bring the desired apology } i %
find that the Dog Show has been revived \tr MR the alleged remark of the Enquiry in his capacity @8 @ nor remedy | the situation. And TWO: Talks with the Russians. Dr. Aden- romptl %

x G as . s ne in- » Exec ye ¢ > : ne] : : ®
Tera aries : Mr. M. E. Cox at the recent Prin- Member of the Executive and the men in publig life need not be so | auer presses for a written guarantee that Pp puly, %
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at the Industrial Exhibition this year and cess Alice Enquiry “that the Ves- same statements had been made thin skinned. There is a part of | whatever status Western Germany achieves $
hope that it will be a successful show try is a corrupt body.” either by or about him he would theip lives which is no longer rae oe y es %
at a> 5 ae They would have been less than jaye had to suspend his attend- theirs exclusively. It belongs to now should apply in future to the Russian -
What I should like to remind the public human if the members of the Ves~ ance and membership of that body the general public whom they re- |and Polish zones $ m1 g
4 é as aie a . al vapmy try did not register disapproval gt least until he had been @xXOM- presen » oni ‘ i. O | 18 M Sh D. ie
and espec ially ; reich people who carry of the remark but there must be eeatatl of any accusations. ee eae rues nae a The Western Powers have refused. Such n y ore opping ays %
children to the Show, that they should not some neleae in Seorns with ‘phe main point in my letter to public scrutiny and public critic. |a guarantee, they say, would strangle future x
oe . dba ee ene matters of public interest. ; ne > members itici 7 ; «oes #4] : : ~
try to touch the d Even grown ups must can hat her ceieened whether’ YoU se remind the members a“ ism. That criticism and scrutiny | negotiations with the Russians. %
aaa ih 4 mm. re g . the Vestry that it is ne part of is not based on any delicately ad- | >
avoid the temptation. True it is that well the remark was true or not ex- their duty to refuse to do their justed rules as in the Courts of | s
bred dogs are not spiteful like the mon- Tot to si i few aad weare duty imposed on them by statut> law. It is a crude examination | When. the occupation stops the’ Allied %
grels but these pets are not always in the Satatnant But set hie ca or re aa because ae = * a eae — rough ready treat- | forces will stay in Germany as part of Eisen- x
J : slic enqui saic Ss about ne! ne ye Se. , re
same mood. And finally it spoils a well those vestrymen who demanded en ae potent eos for it r The acenineh pe get politician | how er’s forces. ¢ %
trained dog to have too many people, and oF Apclony tee ee ae They at their electioh promised should not be allowed to prevent And that changeover will not take place}¢$ ‘ ‘ () ar Ons Nie %
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strangers espec toying vith it. would be an admission that Mr. eae " 3 P Hey a ve a “ y ee we ee until Adenauer agrees to a German contri-|s %
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER



Labourer



5, 1951

Guilty Of



Damaging House
Sentence Postponed

THE

HON. Mr. Justice

G. L. Taylor at the Court of

Grend Sessions yesterday postponed sentence on Christo-
pher Ifill, an agricultural labourer of St. James, after an
Assize jury found him guilty of damaging the dwelling
house of Maude Best on September 9, by means of some

explosive substance.
Mr. J. E
ceused Ifill

Draughtsman, appeared for

The prosecution alleged that
about 2.15 a.m. on September 9,
while Maude Best and her daugh-
ter Gwendolyn were sleeping in
their house at Mount Standfast
Hill, St. James, the accused set
some explosive substance to the
house and as a result the house
end a few chairs in it were dam-
aged.

The old woman, Maude Best,
v injured as a result of the ex-
plosion and was treated by a doc-
tor. The accused, before the
explosion took place, threatened
to blow Maude Best and her
family in mid air.

First witness called was Super-
intendent Eustace Simmonds wht)
said that on September 9 about
8.45 p.m. he went to the house of
Maude Best at St. James. The
house stands on Mount Standfast
Hill.

He went to the house after re-
ceiving cer.ain information, On
his arrival he found that the floor-
ing in the front house was dam-
aged. The legs of the chairs were
broken off and Maude Best had a
wound on her face. Best alco
seemed to be suffering from
shock. The doctor was sent for
and statements taken by the
Police,

To Mr. Branker, Superintendent
Simmonds said that the Fox Club
is on the main road of St. James.
From the St. James main road one
would have to pass the Fox Club
to get to the accused's houre.

Maude Best said that she knows
the accused Ifill. On September
9 she was sleeping in her house
with her daughter.

She was sleeping in the front
house and while sleeping some-
thing happened, for when she
“came to herself” she found
that the floor was damaged.
There was a wound on her head
and she went to the doctor, The
accused and herself had a quarrel
about stocks and once the accused
hit her with a rope and pushed
her down, On June 15, 1951, she
was sleeping when she heard the
dog bark. She opened the win-
dow and saw the accused in the
road near her house.

The next morning the accused
abused her and threatened to blow
up her house. She reported the
matter to the Police,

To Mr. Branker, Maude Best
said that the accused is an agri-
cultural labour.

Gwendolyn Best saiq that on
September 9 she got up and went
into the road. The accused was
standing near her mother’s house.
When the accused saw her he
moved away.

She ran behind the accused and
on returning home, she heard an



s

explosion. The floor of the front
house was damaged ond her
mother had fallen through a

hole in the floor.

After Mr. Branker had address-
ed the Jury, Mr. Justice Taylor
summed up and the Jury re-
turned a verdic‘ of guilty of dam-
aging the dwelling house.

INJURED IN ACCIDENT
WITH VAN

GLORIA CADOGAN of Ashton
Tenantry, St. Peter was injured
when she was involved in an
accident with motor van E-19,
owned by Atherly Brothers and
driven by Clarence Belle of Upper
Carlton, St. James at about 4.50
o'clock on Monday evening. She
was taken to the General Hospital
and detained.





MORE BIRTHS

There have been almost twice

as many births recorded at the
District “A” Police Station this
year than deaths. District ‘“‘A”’

covers all St. Michael and part of
Christ Church. The births have
been 2,779 and the deaths 1,488.
All the figures of births have not
yet been returned from the Ma-
ternity Hospital and the General
Hospital.



T. Brancker appeared on
while Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant



behalf of the
Legal
the Crown.

> Handicraft
Show A

Success
IV SPEIGHTSTOW YN

Colonel R, T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, opened the
Handicraft Show sponsored by the

Speightstown Boys’ Club at their
Club room on Monday evening.
Miss Dora Ibberson, Social!

Welfare Officer, attended the show
while Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, last
Speaker of the House of Assembly,
was the Guest of Honour.

The show was a success. Chairs,

nets, Morris centre tables, shoes,
hair brushes, ash trays, coral
pressing boards, candle _ sticks,
flying fish nets* mats and (from
the garden) lettuce and e*chalot
reached a high standard.

Girls from the Clever’s Hill

Girls’ Club and one boy from the
Holetown Boys’ Club contributed
to the exhibits.

All the exhibits were priced
and the fair crowd which attended
the show made orders rapidly.

Before Colonel Michelin un-
locked the door, Dudley Gill, a
member of the Club, welcomed

the visitors, making special refer-
ence to the Commissioner who had
organized the Club and to P.C
Fontellio, the leader of the Club.

The boys proudly looked on as

the spectators viewed their handi-
work. They were more happy
when refreshments were served.



N.A.T.O. “Stuper-
Agency” Proposed

PARIS, Dec. 4

A plan for a North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation Economic and
Financial “Super Agency” to
parallel General Eisenhower's
military headquarters was _ pro-
posed here at meeting of high
NATO officials. The 12-man
NATO, temporary Council Com-
mittee met here on a secret report
now being drafted by a three-man
Executivé Bureau headed by W.
Averell Harriman of the United
States.

One of ‘the main suggestions was
a plan to achieve better co-ordina-
tion in the NATO of national,
financial, and economic pro-
grammes for anti-Communist de-
fence.

Informed sources said that the
“Three Wise Men” favoured the
creation of a Central Secretariat,
headed by a “Big Name’, able to
deal on top level with the mem-
ber Governments, This execu-
tive Agency would be under the
present Ministerial Council but
would bury national differences
along the lines of Eisenhower’
inter-nationalized SHAPE head-
quarters.—U.P.



FIELD FLOODED

The southern end of the Prin-
cess Alice Playing Field is at pres-
ent covered with water. This
flooding was caused by the heavy
rainfall on Sunday, along’ with
the high waves breaking over the
breakwater,

This end of the field wars dry
for a considerable time but still
grass did not grow. One grounds-
man told the Advocate that the
sea water killed the roo4s.

The state of the field did not
keep away a group of boys from
a nearby school who enjoyed a
same of cricket in the middle.
The groundsmen are still trying
to control the growth of the grass



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“Recently, a big gap in their
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up, the result of a generous grant
under the C.D. & W. Act. The
school is not yet fully staffed, but
it is planned to open it in January
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teach science, chemistry, physics
and biolegy in addition to wood-
work, metal work, domestic
ence etc. Up to the present, lack
of adeauate science teaching in
British Honduras has been a great
handicap to secondary school
children who wish to proceed to
institutions of higher education,”

Accommodation

Mr. Brown said that there was
no great accommodation problem
at the moment as they had suffi-
cient schools to house the required
number of children, but, with the

sci-

ievelopment of the country that
was now underway, they would
be faced m the future with the

problem of providing more schools
for any new population

“The salaries of the teachers are
iower than those paid in British
Guiana and Jamaica, but they are
now keing revised along with
those of civil servants in order to
make the profession more attrac-
tive and to induce further recruit-
ment from secondary schools, The
number of recruits from secondary
schools has been growing since
1947 when the salaries were first
revised.

“There is a large mixed Span-
ish-Indian population called Mes-
tizos. Their vernacular is Spanish,
but they are taught English at
school with the result that prac-
tically all of them are bi-lingual.
There are also Maya Indians, the
aboriginees of British Honduras
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Maya Indian dialects spoken.

“There are also Caribs, descen-
dants of the Carib Indians of St
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Carib language, basically Africar



THESE WORKMEN were busy yesterday erecting one of the booths
at Queen's Park in preparation for ¢he Annual Industrial Exhibi

tion that opens at Queen’s Park to

day.

Camera Club Hangs 60
Pictures At Exhibition

Dog Show A Main Attraction

QUEEN’S PARK had its busiest day for the week

yesterday

putting up flags and bunting

Committees were receiving

were being made for the

which opens today.

Bunches of sugar cane were
brought into the Park by way of
the southern entrance. By mid-
day many exhibits were also re-
ceived for the Horticultural sec-
tion

The Barbados Camera Club will
again have a number of pictures
on show. Already over 70 pictures
have been submitted, but the
space allotted to the Club can
only accommodate 60 These
pictures include a_ variety of
local scenes which include men at
work on the wharf, vendors,
streets and sea coasts. Mr. R. W.
Bell, a member of the Commit-
tee, told the Advocate: “It will be
an honour for an entrant to get
a picture hung. In order to place
the best pictures on show the
judges will go through the lot
and eliminate those that are not
up to standard.’

He said that if there was more
room they could easily have hung
over 100. The pictures will
on show on the second floor
Queen's House.

Police Show

Another big feature of the Ex-
hibition is expected to be the
Dog Show. This will take place
from 1,00 p.m, to 3.30 p,m, today
and following this the Police Show
will be held at 4.00 p.m. There
will be a display by the Barba-
dos Automobile Association at
4.30 p.m.

The Gymkhana



be
of

at 130 p.m.

will be the main attraction of the
Second Day (Thursday). Prior
to this there will be a Saddle
Horse Show at 12.30 p.m. and a
parade of prize winners at 1.00
p.m The Mobile Cinema _ will
give shows on both days,

In a building at the back of

Queen's House
submitting

competitors
jellies, cassava

were
flour

and cassava farine yesterday. The
majority of exhibits were how-
ever received by the Arts and
Handicraft Committee. A variety
of toys such as ships, cabinets,
buses and trucks were received.
In the Needlecraft section attrac-
tive embroidered work as well as

crochetted and knitted articles
were sent in
The Barbados Boys’ Clubs will

be running a booth in which they
will display the work done dur-
ing the year. In this booth caps,}
shoe brushes and leather work
from the Speightstown Boys’
Club, fishing nets from Holetown,
drawing from the Bay Street
Boys’ Club, small chairs and
benches from the District “A”|
30oys’ Club and knitted articles
from the Bay Street Girls’ Club}
will be on show The S.P.C.A,
will also be running a booth.

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while members of the various

exhibits. These preparations
Annual Industrial Exhibition

Janiaica Has Four
Major Problenis

IN EDUCATION
Jamaica is faced with four
major problems educationally, Mr
H. Houghton, the colony’s Director

of Education told the Advocate
yesterday

Mr. Houghton is attending the
British Caribbean Regional Edu-

cation Conference now in session
at Hastings House. He arrived
over the week-end by B.W.LA.,
and is staying at the Marine Hotel.

He said that the first problem
with

which Jamaica is faced is
the shortage of accommodation. |
There are some 50,000 children |

of school age for whom there are
not at present school places. |

Another serious problem is the |
inability of the country's revenue |
at present to finance adequate sal- |
aries for teachers of all grades. |

The third problem is the cr ying |
need for expansion of technicai
education and the fourth is the
persistence of the old idea that the
chief object of schools is to train
children for white collared jobs.

School-Building

He said that school building was
being pursued vigorously. The
hurricane had destroyed one and
a half million dollars worth of
school places and teachers’ houses
and that meant that the money
to be used for new schools would
have to be used for rebuilding thc
schools which were destroyed

There are plans for expansion of
technical education but how soon
they could materialize, no one was
able to say at present

There is a slow swing of opin
jon in favour of more practic
‘forms of education more suited
to a rural community, but it will
take some time before this chang:
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WE WILL BUILD
MORE ROADS

Mr. M, —, Cox told a lar
crowd at Eagle Hall last nighs
thet he knew they would vo
Labour, for Mr. Bryan and him

self, not only because of what th
people knew they had done f
them and earnestly meant to di
for them, but because it w

stupid to think that the Electors’,

Association would do other than
consolidate their gains and step
on Labour.

[ Cox was speaking at a
al campaign meeting held
port of Mr. Bryan and him-
who are~seeking re-election

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“Tne members of the Electors’
Association tell you they love
you,” he said, “but we are confi-
dent that you will realise that thai
Statement can only be preposter-
ous and contradictory with the
way they have been keeping you
down and the cut it would mean
to their gains even if ever they
could have contemplated the idea
of helping you,

“Mr. Toppin and Mr. Griffith
come around and tell you that
they appeal to the women,” he
said “Mr. Toppin forgets the
day vhen the Electors’ Associa-
tion were in power when the
servant girls they are appealing
to used to work for six shillings
a week.

“They tell you a iot about

education, but you can ask them
if they are not the people who

reduced the’ school leaving age}

from 16 years to 14 years.

them if they,.the same men who
are behin@=2He Electors’ Associ-
ation, the yiggttation owners, were
not accustemed to tell their man-
agers to @@€She little coloured
children afifsfto the fields,

“We have-to remind you of
these thinggZnd how we came
and put off fet on these things
and will continue to put our
feet on for they are some

who may have forgotten.
have been observing these
people for years, before and since
you elected me, and I want to tell
you with all sincerity that they
have no love for you. Sometimes
I say passionately, ‘What have we
done to these people that when
we try to fight for something for
our people, they fight against us
stubbornly!’ But after all,
when we fwht against them, their

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it may not be so unnatural that
they would fight. It is only if you
pllow yourselves to be fooled by
them.”

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nat they sent around stooges to
tander him, he said.

December 13, election day, was
1 red letter day for ‘arbados
vecause it was the first time in
aistory th: the working class

ple would have a right of

saying who should govern them,

-who should say how much of the

rich man’s profits should be cut
to help the poor.

“They appeal to the women and
forget the day when Mr. Adams
and Mr. Springer had to fight
Mr. Wilkinson and his group so
that the same women would be
able to vote.

“Time was when the Electors’
Association had things so that
only a man with a big salary and
with a property, could vote, but
the Labour Party changed all that
and said that everybody should
have a right to vote. That being
so, it is your duty as loyal citi-
zens to put your strength behind
this party.

“You have read somewhere
that the British Government in-
tended all of you to have a vote
and if the Lebour Party here did
not pass it, the British Govern-
ment would have passed it. But
anybody who knows the constitu-
tional set up would tell you that
the Home Government cannot pass
any law for Bermuda, the
Bahamas or Barbados, though in
the other West Indian islands it
may be done.”

They were telling the people
that if God had not sent rains,
the crop would not have been
above average and they would
no. have got the money, In 1938
there had been abundant rains to
the extent that there was some
32,000 tons of sugar abcve the
average. Yet nobody who work-
ed in the sugar industry got any-
thing.

They said they had men of abil-
ity and the Labour Party’s mem-
bers were nit-wits. Anyone who
went into the House of Assembly
juring the last session and lis-
tenea to any of the debates would
know the deplorable way they
tried to handle affairs.

“Many of them went into the
House and never really knew
what was going on in there.”

Mr. Dowding talked about un-
employment, he said, Yet in St,
George when a Parochial Trea-
surer was wanted and three col-
oured men applied for the job
dgspite the unemployment, they
sent to Trinidad and got a man
called Johnson who had a good
job there. Were they helping
unemployment when they did
that? The truth is that their sole
idea of employment is taking up
dung and manure in the fields,

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“Go to Mr. Dowding’s place in
Bay Street,” he said, “and you
will see that in spite of your son's
good education, there will not be
other than pale faces behind the
counter 4

“That is what we are fighting
against.

“Mr. Toppin once wanted a man
to work and he said that the per-
son had to have a school certifi-
cate, but he added in the adver-
tisement that only people of
European race need apply,

“To-day we have a coloured
man as Post Master General and
though some of them. cannot
appreciate it we have coloured
men in the Police Force with high
ranks and for the first time in the
histary of Barbydos there is a
coloured Auditor Generak Yet
with all this they will tell you
that we are not with you.

“They had heard Mr. Victor
Chase and Mr, Ward criticise the
Government for sending men to
America instead of building the
East Coast Road. They said that
in spite of the benefits the men
who went had derived. Some
years ago when men had got a
chance to go to America and
Panama after they were liberated,
they had sent back their money
and bought land and had been
able to make themselves men.

“Yet the Electors’ Association
criticised them when they assis*-
ed other people to make them-
selves men.

“Mr, Chase had told them thut
the money had been wasted, He
had said that the men who went

away had returned with their
wrist watches and their big
bieycles. He did not want them

to have bicycles.

“If the Barbados Labour Party
had not been working on your
behalf,” he said, “do you think the
Electors’ Association would have
spent so much money and used so
many stooges to try to keep us

down? They bring their stooges
who would sejl their lives for
money,”

“Instead of seeing what the

people’s conditions were, the other
side had spent money when they
were in power to blow them
down. 3

“The people would get an idea
of the push upwards the Labour
Government had given them
when they went at the secondary
and primary schools and saw the
carpenters’, the masons’, the la-
bourers’ and the wharf men’s
children going there. There was
the chance every year of the chil-
dren getting scholarships to go to
the unhiversity. ,

“The cost of living in Barbados,”
he said, was lower than in most
other West Indian islands.

“To keep your food cheaper,”
he said, “we will reduce their pro-
fits.

“They ask us to bring a Hotel
Aids Bill and let their materials
for the hotels come in free of
duty. They the rich tell us this
when they would only give white
people the jobs as clerks in these

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Age-Grouping Pushed
Them Back 300 Years

TOPPIN SAYS

WE HEAR a lot nowadays from the other side about
the Electors Association wishing to push the people back
300 years, What I will tell you noW is that the Government
allowed an Englishman to come here some years aso and
pushed your children back 300 years by accepting the sys-
tem of education—age grouping and superannuation—that
is much worse than the old system, said Mr. A. R. Toppin
to the electorate at Hothersal Turning Monday night.

The occasion was a meeting of

the Electors Association held in
support of his candidature for
election to the House of Assem-
bly at the forthcoming General
Elections, as a representative of
the parish of St. Michael.
_ “What my Party is really after
is compulsory education,” Mr.
Toppin told his hearers. “We want
to see every child in this island
educated and educated thoroughly,
for ignorance is one of the worst
diseases in any community.”

“What is an absolute necessity
for this island especially with the
operating of age-grouping and
superannuation, he said, “is the
establishment of schools for tech-
nical and vocational training to
take care of those children who
are not brilliant scholars and are

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hotels and when you, the poor
have to pay duty on your sauce-
pan and pot,

“They tell you we have not done
your roads, but you know that in
those short three years we have
done many roads and when you
put us back we will do other
roads, They tell you this when
over 300 years they did nothing.”

Mr. Cox ended his speech by
telling the people that the Labour
Government had intended to help
the fishing industry and the fish-
ermen in any case. But with this
calamity in which boats had been
destroyed and damaged, the fish-
ermen knew that they would
all the more ready to help them

Mr, Bryan said that it was ab-
solutely necessary at this stage of
their political life that the Labour
Party be returned with a big ma-
jority. With the constitutiona)
ehange that was to be made, the
Labour Ministers would not have
to go to Heads of Department
and try to push them to do some-
thing, but would be directly re-
sponsible. Then, he sai
could build more roads and stop

be



shelving things.

“Show them that you detest
their coming to fool you,” he said,
“by making them lose their £30
deposit. Every deposit you mak

them lose goes into the treasury
and helps to build your roads

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threwn out of schoo! before their
education is complete.”

Mr. Toppin said that the last
Libour Government had left be-
hind it no schemes for local em-
ployment, industrial development
or emigration. The building of the
East Coast Road had been turned
down. because the Labour Govern-
ment had not brought up the mat-
ter. Such actions not only kept
the people unemployed but they
were petty.

On the matter of tenantry roads,
Mr. Toppin said that there were
some that were definitely disgrace-
ful. He had been in Parris Gap two
weeks ago and he was impressed
that if an ambulance was taking
any sick person from the district
along that gap to the doctor or
hospital as the case might be, he
would very likely be jerked out of
the ambulance, so bad was the
condition of the road.

Mr. Cox in Spooner’s Hill had
said, if he remembered correctly,
that there were 35 more miles of
tenantry road in St. Michael to be
built and if the people put back
the Labour Party in power for
five years, he would get the roads

done, “Now this would be an
average of seven miles a year,”
said Mr. Toppin, “and with the
amount of people unemployed in
this island plus the amount of
stone and material we can get,
must we accept that only seven
miles of tenantry roads can be
built per year? “Take my advice

ind do not trust the Electors As-
sociation or the Labour Party with
a government for five years. That
is too long, make them stick to the
present three years.’ ,

“It is in our manifesto that if
we be returned te the House in a
majority and have the power, the

vernment will have to call on
the owners of the tenantry roads
to repair them and if they do not,
then the government would put
them in order and make the own-
ers pay the cost. It is then that
you will be sure to get improve-
ment in your tenantry roads.”

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most important things they need-
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faced by whichever Party was
returned to power.

“Even if there be the longed for
industrial development in the
island, this cannot absorb all of
our unemployed. We have to look
further afield. We want to try and
break down the colour bar thac |
exists in Camada so that we can
get some of our unemployed there, |
to be able to work for a living for |
themselves and families. Canada |
can absorb thousands of our peo-
ple, and we do not want a three- |
month emigration scheme but
something permanent. }

“One other thing I propose to
speak about now is the tourist
industry. I would like to see this
industry developed. At present we
are fortunate to be getting bounte-
ous crops, but we do not know
when this will c e. The tourist
industry can therefore be our sec-
ond most important industry, but
the last Labour Government re-
fused to do anything to assist it.
Everybody benefits from the tour-
ist industry and I am at a loss to
understand why support of it is
withheld.

“I want to see a Hotels Aid Bill |
passed by our legislature. The
Government did not want to give
free tax rights to companies de-
sirous of setting up industries
here, but Trinidad on the other
hand had long ago given a five-
year income tax exemption to
companies and was now offering a
ten-year exemption to the cement
industry about to be established |

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women to vote for him on Election |
Day, Mr. Toppin told his listeners
that there were four candidates |
running for the two seats and
they should look them over and
consider which two of them were
fit and rrope persons to give
them service in the House.

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“Do not forget,’ he said, “that
the Labour Party represents 600
people in this colony working on
the waterfront, and one or two!
may come up here and tell you
“vote for labour.” But every time
those waterfront men strike you
pay for it. I am leaving it to you
to vote wisely. Remember that at
the Battle of Trafalgar, Nelson
said: “England expects every man
to do his duty.” I know that you
the people of Hothersal Turning
will do your duty to me on Elec-
tion Day as you did so well on the
last occasion.” }



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WASHINGTON, Dec. 5

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Fred Zusy. Egyptian ambassador
Kamil Abdul Rahim announced
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L.T.A. Expenses Limit

Will Be

Last stand for strict
made at the annual genera

Association on December 6.
for British players to receive “reasonable” expenses, if they
can get them, for 52 weeks in the year

The council propose to abolish the eight tournament restric-
rules into line with

tion to bring our
eration. The present rule al
for only eight tournaments
ated by the LTA.

The council propose to abolish
the eight tournament restriction
to bring our rules into line with
the International Federation. The
present rule allows players to
draw _ expenses for only eight
tournaments a year unless offi-
cially nominated by the LTA.

I shall be surprised if the pro-
posal does not meet with oppo-
sition, for there is feeling against
it, but it is unlikely to be effec-
tive against the will of the coun-
cil.

What will the change mean? In
practice no change. The eight-
week restriction works only in
theory.

Another amateur restriction is
to be abolished. Coming into line
with commonsense, professionals
at other sports will no longer be
barred from amateur lawn ten-
nis.

There is cheery reading in the
financial side of the LTA’s re-
port which reyeals a £1,600 profit.
This is only the second time since
1936 that the cash has come out
on the right side. Estimated share
of Wimbledon’s profits is £29,000

amateurism in lawn tennis will

1951
WIFE OF JCA
MINISTER
ARRESTED

Ou

Scrapped

Â¥ r Correspondent
KINGSTON, Dec. 3
Mrs. Ellen Malcolm, wife of the
Hon, Joseph Malcolm, Minister of
Education in the Jamaica Govern-

ment was arrested by the C.I.D.

be
1 meeting of the Lawn Tenni
Thereafter it will be possible

G. F

this morning on a similar charge declared today that there was no need to get panicky over ~ wr. Schuyler spoke at a syn po-

on which her husband was arrested the City’s food supply as stocks to hand were adequate to sium on “Are We Close to Solving

International Fed- in Kingston Saturday morning. tide over the difficult period following the disastrous fire. Our Race Problem?" held in the

lows players to draw expenses Minister Malcolm was arrested Messervy admitted the huge stocks of foodstuffs destroyed Hunter College auditorium, 695

Saturday charged with conspiracy

a year unless officially nomin- {, defraud several persons in con- Could not be replaced, but his department which is carry- jeig under au pices of the United
nection with a racket in the sale ing out an immediate survey, is taking the necessary Negro College Fund, the Ameri
Pisin” Sethe” tes thes ality of Bri- *?.f2"™ Workers of tickets a racket steps to ensure replacements of destroyed stocks. can Association of University
aes ae ae. aes *Ti- _which was estimated by police r : Women and the New York elub
peeteset ies eee atin ce to_gross $50,000 in a single year, _ i hardest hit of the firms 1s $60,000 worth of flour belonging of nine Eastern women’s colleg
there is the usual shortage o' Malcolm and his wife appear Esso Standard Oil (Antilles), to the Government which were Mr Schuyler said that in the
side-lefts, but that plenty of : OPORE oes lone timate > we PRE ebony 53 y . Scnuyier. 58 ‘ .
outside-lefts, . before the lice cour whose loss is estimated to be weli kept at Garnetts bond were des- "ear: » . tes
romising young centre-forwards re the police court in King- ie Se c - last ten years the United State
st on the way up * ston to-morrow morning, over $2,000,000. Fogarty’s esti- troyed. Buildings on both sides of Supreme Court had ruled favor-

There is keen rivalry for the
centre-forward position in the
Army team between Chelsea's
Bobbie Smith, Jim Henderson of
Portsmouth, Vie Keeble of Col-
chester and Derek Pace of Aston
Villa,

Smith, having had more ex-
perience than the others, is like-
ly to keep his place for the Army’s

Because of the arrest Malcolm
who was due to leave the island
Sunday to head the Jamaican edu-
cation team for the conference—
has dropped out of the team
which is now led by Director of
Education Harold Houghton.

The Minister’s arrest on the
farm work fraud charge came just

ment

All the major



NO NEED FOR

discriminatory con-
tinues this country’s race prob-
(From Our Own Correspondent) lem can be solved within a

Messervy,

mated their damage in the vicinity W
of $1,000,000, The Demerara Meat
Company whose stocks and equip-
were completely destroyed,
is estimated at well over $250,000. ie
firms
steps to resume business in tem-
porary quarters as soon as possi-
ble and to ensure that no hard-
ships befall the staff, especially in is

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Racial Peace
Seen Near

PANIC ee at

trend toward the aboli-

generation, George 5S.
editor of The

GEORGETOWN, Dec. 3
Controller of Supplies and Prices

Schuyle
Pittsburgh
Courier, asserted last night

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Park Avenue. The discussion was

ter Street and stock which have
been destroyed are insurea with
the British Guiana-Trinidad Mu

tual and Hand-in-Hand Compan-
in the vicinity of $2,000,000

Sonservative estimates place the
reconstruction of the destroyed
wharves in the _ vicinity of
$5,000,000. The origin of the fire
inknown, but the Government

ably nineteen times on civil rights) e©
issues affecting the Negro, such
as jury exclusion, forced confess-
ions, disfranchisement, educa-
tional segregation and Jim Crow
transportation,

‘Today 1,000,000 Southern Ne-
groes voting,” he said, “and
twice as many may vote in 1952
In eight Southern States tax-sup

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so well-mannered!”

“T think I know what you
mean. Never any heat,
never a trace of harshness;
always cool, calm and

more important games with the &S the Regional Labour Board view of the nearness of Christmas. is appointing a Committee of. ported universities have removed
Belgian _and French armies in the began its first session of the cur- The hardest hit are the workers Inquiry. the color bar and without a sing
triangular tournament later in the rent conference at the Labour De- and the clerks of small stores who = eg sient involving
season. partment to discuss recruitment are now out of jobs. Garnetts, - ss Negro student ndications ar
plans for West Indian farm work- whose agencies and offices were “Thank You that by 1960 segregated seconda
Keeble On The Wing ers for the U.S, next year and the destroyed, estimated their loss a in and primary schools will almost
By then, Henderson, recently arrival in the island of 50 United also at $1,000,000. Republicans be gone.’
at outside-right against the FA States employers of West Indian The biggest problem of house- The opposing viewpoint ae
at Highbury, may find himself on labour to discuss their require- wives is to get edible oil. Despite WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. presented by Dr. Sadie T. M
the left wing. ments with the Board, The Board the rise of copra prices several General Eisenhower replied with Alexander, said to be the first
Keeble, Who scored four goals session which was opened Satur- weeks ago, production is still low, a non-committal “Thank You” to Nesro woman to earn a Ph. D
Semiiiae, Tanne oe a oz mothing by Minister for Social forcing the commodity control a poll showing that more than one n on ee eee eee
lag paatarday. ts ate hele? tried elfare Donald Sangster and was authorities to start a policy of fourth of the Republicans in the ‘** yee ae , :

at outside-left.

presided over by Frank Catchpole reserving supplies for distribution Hou

se favour him as their SUbverting American democracy



_collected "*.

“And none of those
little bits of loose
tobacco on my lips
to spoil my make-



iret ma ‘ Labour Adviser of C.D. & W. will at Christmas, but the fire destroy- Presidential candidate. Eisenhower bY creating an inferior caste up”.
—£8,000 up on last year. Thanks ont tae eee Ox- continue to Friday. eae o "slau worth of wrote Representative. W. Steling Status for more than one-tenth
to Wimbledon, British lawn ten- Thursday han Pa si a ro edible oil and $3,000 worth of Cole, who conducted the poll, that Of the population Improv ements
Fis0.800 broke. Total assets are at centre-forward SOS Srrs a TUrD Teacher for 27 Years erude cocoanut oil, posing a big he was “flattered” to hear that the meee ees = STP i
How. do. the LTA spend their 5 . problem both to housewives who Republicans “feel that I have the ee eitie = fake thtarey athats pet
money? Taxation apart the big- Lengthy Service Fifty-eight years of age, Mal- could not get oil and to local soap necessary qualifications to All the deqdtimaatio sat: th eee
gest item, ete tea of £5,500 pd Here is a tale of two bowlers, colm was an elementary school manufacturers. Unless the copra highest post in our country pnaaaea clita pa dics a ve Not one of my worries, thank
hs tnternutiblicl match saceint, one of Bearsted (Kent) the oth. teacher for 27 years He was production increases by 500 bags But his brief letter continued to destroy our ability No nation goodness ; but I avust say Ido
Sending players to America is ef Of the similarly named Ban- “ected pe independent member of a week. Messervy said the people avide the question whether he can withstand the long strain like the way they never stick
an expensive item which accounts Stead (Surrey). . 10 soot bx ve SPERM RATE RE me would have to go cilless for — will accept the bid to declare of component groups hostile to to my lips”.
‘pr more than half the £5,500 The Kentishman is none other 1944 soon after he joined the holidays. There will be no distri- himself a candidate. for the Re- ward each other.”
About £3,500 was spent on coach- than Tich ae yi, retiring eran: Cannes Seewe pe pipe iapsetabrea publican Presidential nomination. The laws of seventeen states “Altogether, we seem to
ing. years ago with hi honours and ==€16C yas ap ‘nie és . i. © Distric’ ’ ia, she 1 ler
"| Squash taviteation 3,779 wickets in his bag, went to Education Minister in thenew gov- Phones In Order Sucthl Whe semes Gol amend his toi secure tegis- commento te] ar iganeeneeredl jaet shane
Prestige of Cambridge Univer- dwell in a house still fancifully ¢™mment. Telept > © I tio! leagues during A , ist d atter 1 segregated schools and th — re ceeeees eer
> fe ¢ “ t named “Dunbolyn.” ; phone communications ce eagues Guring # ugus ane a na segregatec € S é one can vet”.
sity sport is high in the U.S.A. The mén of Surrey le less we He is the father of five children which were disrupted in the area September. Senator Robert A Taft mass of the negro population i 4
Much of it is accounted for by iseork atic. SMuseea a one studying for the bar in Eng- adjoining the fire, returned to ammounced as candidate got 71 confined to “ghettos” from coast
the aoe of the Cambridge has been. basting “der. Teratond land and others in the local civil normal this afternoon after 18 votes and Eisenhower got 54 to coast
rowing eight there this year. Now for 50 years and has ae “dunes service, The Minister will not hours of continuous work by tele-

I hear that the University squash
rackets team have been invited
to the United States next spring.

This was the result of a recent
visit to this country of Mr. E. H.

communications
linesmen, Power lines which were
also down were restored this |
afternoon.






bolyn” yet, even though at 65 he @ttend the meetings in the House
is two years older than Freeman ©! Representatives or Executive
is now. But ,then Muggeridge, a Council while on trial and it is an-
week-end cricketer, has not been ticipated in politica) circles that






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: , aeee e toiling against the Hobbses and he will resign his Ministry. Governor

eee sonia cviebte aus Sutcliffes of the game. ne je the ro Indies the hy | “Even then the smoke is screened

ionshi n ite ates r Be Mayor of Georgetown issued mes- j 4 rey yrs *

Sentative of the Jesters Club yy, yy Reward CLERKS DISPUTE —_ aes of sympathy to those “who Wt PAD MULE we hd dpe ee
race . = r. » tt. Knibbs, he an- f suffered loss and the families who : § Anyway,

Voll ronnie ie oan stead CC secretary, assures me SETTLED are homeless. No deaths have| I've always thought

one, but P. M. H. Robinson. the that Muggeridge has become so been reported, though four fire-| Follow this of them as a great

Cambridge captsin< ahd Wie dearn used to bowling a length | tihat (From Our Own Correspondent) fighters were hurt. The Red ed

have collected half the passage 4; > A : GRENADA, Dec, 3. played great part throughou

money and hope that they will niente haere ah to say The employers—Clerks’ Union the night, tending the | A

be able to raise the remainder ty side.” ? = =. on dispute reached a settlement to- giving tea and sandwiches to fire- Wash your face with Palmolive Soap

in time to accept.

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Cambridge play Oxford at the PO ig x Dey Bg ye rane make the already accepted 16 per the night and again today. Fire BD aimnolive'seat lovely latin Rinse! There'll never be a better cigarette
Bath Club next Wednesday, and atead—-total Gercigk. at 120 cent. cost of living bonus retro- units are still pouring hundreds C Bo this 3 times a day for 14 days.
although Robinson would thave years Last ‘season Muggeridge active from January this year of gallons of water on the debris This cleansing massage brings u
to excel the best form he has took 70 wickets, mostly for the #Nd the clerks also conceding to and a call was issued late this tener ee |
shown this season to beat his op- third team, but’ a few for the allow elmployers to exercise their afternoon to reserve police to re- 6 tne ee $1.04 for 50
yosite ynumber, C, B. Hayeraft. first. ' discretion for one year to fix the port for duty at the scene of shad st THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MADE IN ENGLAND
Cambridge hope to end the run Aj. their dinner tomorrow the rata. basis. ; the fire tomorrow morning to help P.S. For bath and shower, get the thrifty Bath Size Palmolive

of recent, Oxford successes,
Too Much Talent

Army representative team—























members will give him a _ tele-
vision set. He has earned it.
—L.E.S.

Relief was generally felt at the
amiable settlement of the once the roped area.
tense negotiations. It was

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aDVOCATE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 195!
THE SMUGGLER ys ss PEP Te &
IN VALDOSTA, Georgia, Mrs I re ‘Training SHIP ING Ni ee we
Raymond Shaw _ produced a "
modern switch on the classic

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iphone pine sapereereenrenres | BUNGALOW: From Ist Jan. Situated premises with house . ot then
} a : . oO smuggling of a file into a prison,
Bluc Wate h. Cc > 2 and land attached, al a a
For Births, Marriage sr Engagement | FOR SALE ppasetibegnccn te ugerlivege tecture | at Lower Station Hill St’ Bhithedt Paes pcamouflaged in a cake. e + . 1 .
qnnounsements | in Carib Calling the} i #. Nine hundred Pounds (£900). Two hun- For she took her husband some From Jur Own Cogrespondent) | ational Steamshi po
een gree, Se eenroee Si aes | HOUSE: Small, Wall House at Colly-|ared Pounds do and the balance} newly cooked doughnuts. But the KINGSTON, Nov. 26 _ x
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for ea | ore Rock, 2 bedrooms, water and light | monthiy. i ae sat , ish-|
additional word. Terms cash. Phonc 2508 $18.00 per month. Dial 2998 Apply to D’aroy A. Scott, Magazine sheriff, suspicious because he had A_ scheme for the CBee Nishino s : 3
Between €.90 and 4 p.m.» SUID See Death AUTOMOTIVE 4.12.51—2n| Lane. Dial 3743. 4.12,51—3n paene 2 niaden gun from her ment of a ~~ pene yg | speeting | SOUTHBOUND
, =. SSS usband’s cell-mate that morning, prepare men for the fire- Sails Safts Suits Sa
“HOMESTEAD”. Hastings, 3 bedrooms,| SMALL COTTAGE in Alkins’ Road, im. services of the British Caribbean Montreal aliiax fost
ignaes —ae we OSS CAR: One # h.p. Morris Tourtng Two-|2 with running water, breakfast room, |Carrington's Village, standing on 2,067 took @ bite at the doughnuts him is to be worked out between the| ARDY RODNEY”. .. 9Nov 12 N 14
acigemanits rhe n Memoriam notices 19) S8ter 'n good order Price $300 00 garage ete. Apply: Miss Chandier,|*4. ft. of land, Conveniently situated self. ' Ss intendents of Fi Bri des | (CAR COMSERUCTORâ„¢ SB iev = 35 Nov
$1 50 wen weekdays and $1.89 on Sundays 5.12.51—1n | Cheapside, or Tel. 3444 4.12.2—2n near two , important, bus routes, For} Each contained a bullet—fitting - Tanita oan Port ot. Spain, | ‘LADY NELSON tse 30 Nw 90
i - —-~ - —-- ----— —-—— —————— rs | (urtiter pa ulars and terms of purchase’ sd je 1n ngs’ é -Ol- \—_—-_ OC Oh’ OO ---- — - . -
s oanee oe eS ees CAR—One (1) Standard Vanguard Car,} ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running | apply to Mrs. G. Connell, “Fairbank, ") the cell-mate’s gup. Mrs. S. is vi nigad. i NORTHBOUND
& ceuht Der word en Sundays for eech| 17, excellent working order, ‘apply | water, with or without meals. In Wood-| Upper Belmont Road, St, Michael. now occupying a cell in the ladies The coftipleted scheme is to be Arrives Sails Axviven i hos cates bas
antinneen Sea Redman & Taylor's Garage Lid side Gardens, Dial 3356, 1.12.51—2n. ! wing. eniated oe other B.W1. terri ee ee sernanee Barbsdes Boston Halifaz Montreal St, 4
, 1.12, 51—3n. ci Wl. =| Y" 7 Dec 7 Tx
a allie litte arte tories for their approval and it is}
a
CAR—Vauxhall 14—6 cxcellent condi-| SEAPORTH, Worthing on-the-Sea, . ‘ ; g i ssist- | “LADY NELSON” 22Dec 24 Dec
i tion. Apply Archer 3037. 4.12.51-—3n | bedrooms and ail modern conveniences. anticipated that financial st
DIED For further particulars, Dial 2974, | : B / anee will be made available from |
et ieanemnpene anmenennnittiiat — CAR—-One Hillman .1949 model 14,000 6.12.51—4n Colonial Development and Wel-}| —_——
McCUTCHEON: Ada Eugene MeCutch-]| miies, in perfect condition, Apply Mr. _ - fare. |
eon, agu 01 years, at her home, (TL Waiker, Redland Plantation, St. “TRINITY COTTAGE", St. James _—e" | se .
Duke Street, Port-of-Spain on Sun-] George 4.12.51—2n | Three Bedroom house; fully furnished, “.. A A course afl ge moe Read GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Age nts.
day —————————S as | from January 1952. ‘Phone 2950 remen in the Unite ing {
A. E. Taylor ‘Brother, Charlie Taylor CAR--One 1939 Hillman, with good tyres 4.12.51—3n ; f P was considered unsuitable by the ot
(Nephew), Mrs. Ken Keighall (Trinidad)! ang new battery. Contact Clarke, Kingston City Council and it was ‘
Mrs. Roy Douglas Engen. be ea Rediffusiuon. Telephone 5019. tee te une tc . f thought more useful to establish Ml +
Sane | ANTED RK. and immigration men, Spotting a school for the whole British ; |
ST. HILL—On December 4, 1951—Irir] “GAR—One Hillman Car. A-1 condition, Ww . | You might think that a parlia- her son Gunn, whom she had not Caribbean to which men could a4. 4
Ottalie. Her funeral will leave hér} sood tyres and_pattery. Apply C. S. mentary committee's formal seen for 22 years, Mrs. L. obliged be sent to get training in the fire- \
rey Seas, ee Road a} Watkins, City Garage Trading Co. lad HELP investigation of an income tax with a five-minute-long Norse jig. fighting uliar to the area, ” ave.
Michael's Cathedral and .thenge to - | “SFENOGRAPHER. -- An experienced oficial dows in. Washington woul iis FRIEND be tne ingston Firg Superin-| OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
the Westbury Cemetery. Friends |) CARS—1 Chrysler 1939: 1 Nash. Fixed! stenographer for Realtors Limited. Apply be nothing but dry-as-dust droning | HIS S at the corner pub tendent has been instructed to} :
neked to attend Head Coupe. Cheap Phone 8380, ; i Oe a etce hd. | and many a yawn. Not a bit of it. in Chicago never laugh at 49-year- contact. the Superintendent of
1 St. Hill (husband Emvie a y letter only in the sta) ) i u ‘
Haynes, Chalmer, Celin, and Brenda 4.12.51—8n | Giese 151/152 Roebuck Street, City. | When Theron Caudle, who was ¢ld George Link because George Fire Brigade in Port-of-Spain Vesset bad
St Hill, (children), Clarence Haynes] CARS—EMma of yoar close out 2 used 28.11.51—t-.n | recently dismissed by President is a husky foreman and handy with and to work out with him a From s Barbados
















{Son-in-Law). §.12.51—10 } cars all must be sold. 1 Wolseley 6/80| “two GH L SERVANTS — A| Truman from his post as Assistant
Saloon, 8,000 miles. First class condition. | 1 wundry Gan and a, Cook General, | Attorney-General in charge of tax
WAJTHE-—On December 4, 1951 at her] ) Morris Oxford. 1 Morris Minor 10,000) Kiniy to Mrs. Lisle Bayley, Pavilion, | investigation, appea ca, a
residence, “Marville’,, Harts, Gap Pimiles. Like new. 1 Austin A-40, Very | tostings 4.12.51—2n * red
Christ Church, Helena Aue a good condition. Cheap. FORT ROYAL : nies of ~ 8 i Speea ors
furieral leaves the above residence at] GARAGE LTD. Telephone 4504. |were kept right on the edges o
4.15 this evening for the St. Matthias ° 1.12.51—6n. MISCELLANEOUS pie ae & ges
Chureh and thence to the estbury s ‘add
Cemetery RYSLER (WINDSOR) 1947 Model
Ste enagane, Weltne (Widiwerl Lockie how ates Fame Teivi ith autes | oc IQUE, JEWELLERY | Saar, Caudle told the committee that
Marjorie, Gloria, Joyce (daughters). | matic Transmission. Mileage 33,000 and) ANTIQUE SHOP, 2.12.51—t.t.n.| he “fears for his life’ as a result
Hubert and Arnold (sons), Blithaflin perfect condition—Dial 4616, Courtesy | —____-. | of “cracking down on rackéteers”
aes pee 5.12.5) 10 } Garage 22.11.5112 | COMPANION to elderly lady in return | jn Charlotte, North Carolina, and























ao ——a.ntitlaglnnmncnncnceeeenannaceniatiaasiaaes

RELIANT TRUCK—Recently overhaul-
ed and painted, apply Barbados Agencies,
telephone 4908. 29,11,51-—On
——_—__—————— ft

TRUCKS—Two Fordlen Thames 5-ton
Trucks in good working order, Done
under 8,000 miles. For particulars Apply

IN MEMORIAM

NLACKMAN; In loving memory of our
dear, father J. F. Blackman who was
called to rest on December 5, 1946

Five years have passed since that



sad day, > ; ~
E'te the one We loved was czlleag W- ! Biscuit Co., Ltd waaay ne
Ge Vikizghroacthid a E————————eee
Which toiled for those he lovid the
best ELECTRICAL
Always to be remembered by his child-
ren, 5.12,51-—1a
(2) JUKE BOX—One Juke musical box, )
GODDARD: In never fading remem-] plays twelve records for one shilling, in|

brance of our dearly beloved Hus- | good working order, Ring 4908, Barbados



band ‘und Father, Theodor» Allan. | Agencies. 29.41.51—6n

who was called to rest on December

Sth 1944 ~ tent
Always remembered, RADIO; Table Model G.E. 10 tubes
Sadly missed in good order. Will accept reasonable |







His loving, widow Consuele, Eaton and offer, Dial 8370 evenings only after 6
Carlton (Sons) 5.12.51—Inf'p m §.12.51—In
GREEN: . Percival N Green In un- REFRIGERATOR: One (Electrolux)
fading memory of our loved one,| OM Bumming Refrigerator in perfect
who passed on today one year, 5th] order. Apply to T. Sydney Kinch,
December 1950. Plantations New Building, Phone 8270,
To dwell with Christ is better life J or g070. 21 11.51--12n
Nathaniel Green & family, Ouida Clarke,
Hugh Jordan, Madeline Busby
; se hi—in LIVESTOCK

——— meen

PUPS—Pur» Bred Bull Master Pups.

———





MOORE; in loving memory of our dear
beloved mother Matilda Moore whc | Apply Mrs. John Goddard. Dial 9784.
fell asleep on the Sth day of December | — LT
1950
The shock was great MECHANICAL
The blow severe,
We never thought that death was
i; “RECORDON" Dictating Machines,
May light perpetual shine on her.} complete with all accessories, Apply The













Only those who love can tell aad a.
The pain of parting without farewell whe wee & Export Co. Lt
Mrs. Maude Best, Gladys Ha y (Child- é 4.12.51—4n
ren), Eric Sindolph, Stella, Isalene, Me
Donald (Grandchildren); Joan, Shirley,
Ronal@ (Great Grands) 5.12.51—In MISCE ANEUUS
ANNOUNCEMENTS | Snraves

Gi
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs



$5 in good:



nd with your ¢ash bill
Royal Yacht Club.

you a guess-coupon; how many | adjoining
ews in a jar? You can win an 3,10.51—t.f£.n
CO radio. t certainly pays to shop | — nlingeasiiiceas tims



AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink and
White, sizes 32-36, $1.50. Modern Dress
Shoppe. 4.12.51—6n

at A, BARNES & Co., Ltd.
23.11.51—t.f.n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned agai SS
giving credit to my wife ALB CHILDREN’S HANDBAGS—Imitation
WORRELL (nee YARD) as*T do not hold} jeather handbags. Two for $1.00, Plastic







—— —————_—_——————-

COKE—A quantity of Foundry Coke for
immediate delivery, Apply W.I. Biscuit
Co., Lid. Phone 4337. 4.12.51—6n

myself responsible for or anyone else} Handbags with shoulder strap in
contracting any debt or debts in my name ] yariety of colours 98 cents.
untéss by a written order signed by me. 4,12.51—6n

LIONEL WORRELL,
White Hall Road,

_————
Hall Road. | CHRISTMAS CAROLS—-A apply of

these just received. “O come all ye
4.12.51—2n AO Ros the Herald Angeig.sing
i FE Dull Jublio”, “Once in Royal David's

The public are hereby warned against} City"; “God rest you merry featieman’:
giving credit to my wife CLARISA]| “While Shepherds watch"; “We three
ROSETTA HEWITT (nee IFILL) as b do] Kings”; “The fitst Nowell’; ete. Dial
not hold. myself responsible for her or | 3878,
anyone else contracting any debt or} Department,
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.



4.12,51—6n











an occupation during day

etc,, at Gorringes Antique Shop | wednesday

ai ror Woopwonkins —— | will be held at

fér board and lodging. Someone with
preferred
Write XX c/o Advocate
5.12,51—10 | }

CAST IRON—About 25 Feet 12” Cast
Iron or Steel Pipe. Apply D. M. Simpson
& Co. 1.12 5S1—6n



cep penne perenne =
DINGHY—1In good condition, ari en
2520. 30.11.51—6n

HOUSE: American Lady would like
a house or apartment near the sea imme-
diately. Write G. C/o Advocate.

5.12.52—1"

TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING
efficient service. Experienced English

Phone 8380. 4.12.51—an

—_—$—?—
USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of

the British West Indies at Caribbean

Stamp Society, No. 10 Swan Street,

312.511



WINDLESS—To purchase for Road
Commissioners; St. Joseph, Ring 95-245.
or write G. R, Hutson, Chairman, Black-
mans, St. Joseph. 4.12.51—6n

PUMLIC N

LAQUGR LICENSE SESSION
I give notice that a Licens-
ing Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parish of St. George and that part of
Christ Church within the jurisdiction
of the Police Court, District “B'' will be
held at District “B" Police Court on
Thursday the 20th day of December 1951
at 11 o'clock a.m

Dated this 30th day of November 1051





Cc, W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “‘'B"
4.12.51—8n

a. QUOR LICENSE SESSION

EREBY give notice that a Licensé
ing Session for the granting of Certifi-



— Of every description | cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
s, China, old Jewels, fine Silver | for the parish of St. Thomas will be held

the Police Court District “D" on

he 19th day of December

1951 at 11,00 a.m.

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951.
J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate,
District. “sD”
4.12.51—

at

p
Bn

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. James will be held at
the Police Court District "“E’ Holetowr
On Friday the 2ist day of December 1951
at 11,00 a.m.
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951.
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,

District “E"', Holetown.

4.12.51—8n



“LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that a Licensing

Da. Costa & Co. Ltd, Blectrical| Session for the granting of Certificates

for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
the Parishes of St, Peter and St. Lucy
District “E” Police
Station on Wednesday the 19th December
195) at

Dated

or

11 o'clock a.m
this 3rd day of December 195!
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E"



LICENSE SESSION

IVAN HEWITT, CROW IN WA’ PoW-
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4.12.51—2n

SALE

Piteher & Co,

FOR

On Show At Exhibition

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FERGUSON TRACTORS with the Fer-
guson System. On show at Queen's

Park—Courtesy Garage, Dial 4616,
5.12.51—2n



“OLIVE BLOSSOM"—D Class Yacht,
winner of last year’s Trophy, No reasén-
able offer refused, Phone 2059 — 8285.

4.12.51—4n

OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES:
They make good Xmas presents, Choose
from large assortment at IMPERIAL
OPTICAL CO., Lower Broad St.

90.11,51—5n











OWL CLOTH & CONGOLEUM
lovely patterns. Shop for these and other
household items at THANT'S

SE SR: Blectrically °
HEDGE TRIMMER: Electrically oper §.12.51—t.1.0

ated—On show Queen's Park Sth and 6th



Decem| 1961, Courtesy. Garage, Di) ee

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MASSEY-HARRIS MANURE | ONLY $7,91 (Silent) and res Roarer).
S| ADERS — Suitable for lying | Limited quantity - Get yours todas

os ae Bast On show HARRISON'S HARDWARE STONE

Megass and filter-press mud
Queen's Park — Courtesy
4616.

——_—
MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTORS—Wheel
end = Half-Tracks Models—-On show
Park—Courtesy Garage Diab

5.12.51-—2n

Garage Dial | Broad St.

5.12.51—2n

ROASTERS—Two useful sizes, 12” 11”
at $1.92 and 124%" 8Â¥a" at $1.81. Obtain-

able at HARRISON'S Pe
STORE, Broad St, 2.12.51—3n

——————_
STRAW MATS—Fancy feces for bed-
room at $1.84 each at THANTS,

5.12.51 —t.o.n

MASSEY HARRIS SIDE-DELIVERY
RAKES—On show at Queen's Park, Wed
Sth and Thurs, 6th Decr, 1951—Cour-
teay Garage.





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a __ | Large Size American Plastic Dolls. All
OLIVE/CLETRAC Track Tractor ] one Price, 84 cents each. Modern Dress
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aa , WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine
a es | Lenton in am variety of Multicolours,



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LIQUOR
1 HE Y dive notice that the Annual

Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
Philip and St. John will be heid

es. Enquire Auto/at the Police Magistrate's Court District

“Cc” on Wednesday
December 1951.

the 19th day of

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Police Magistrate,
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412.51—21

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Ag.

to his feet and turned with
matic gestures to appeal to the
public seats.
bitterness these men
Carolina) have against me jis ab-
solutely incalculable,” he cried,

that once, while visiting the city
against the advice of friends, hé

iad to skip out of the way when

a car tried to run him down in
daylight.

Several times the witness lea
ra-

“The hatred . and
(in North

But the committee was very

anxious to know how come Caudle
thought it proper to accept three
cars af big discounts from a man
whom he knew to be under in-
vestigation for tax irre
Caudle’s defence :
myself in advance from handling
that case.”

arities.
“I disqualified

Dope

ACTING on ay anonymous tip,
the police of Williamstown, Ken-
tucky, waited at a quiet crossroads.
They stopped a car and arrested
the four young Negroes in it. For,
in the back of the car, was, mari-
Juana worth $100,000

A TREMENDOUS court fight,
dubbed by observers as the Trial
of the Three Million, became, one
year old today. Seventeen Wall-
street firms are charged with con-
spiracy and monopoly, So far
3,000,000 words of evidence have
been heard, And $3,000,000 have
gone on costs—two and a half
iiiltion of them by the defence,

DR. DAVID BARR, physician-
in-chief to the New York Hospital
(that’s the one that Persia's Mossa-
deg stayed at), says that millions
of Americans are hastening death
\nrough over-eating. And, pointing
‘o England, he says ‘that during
the war years, when we went on
short rations, we had a 20 per cent,
decrease in the number of deaths
from arteriosclerosis—that’s artery

trouble—which ¢an come from
overdoing the knife and fori
business.

Hatpo

ONE of the most popular songs
on the juke-boxes these days is
“Guardian Anyels.” The composer
is Harpo Marx,

tnsetrieb TIMES in the
City ? at big issue the other
day left almost entirely on_the
hands of the underwriters ? That
dollar gap?

Take neart from one small but
extremely significant little. figure.
On October 19 the quotation for
“30-day forward sterling” in New
York was $2.71. On November 9 it
stood at $2.79, Tonight it is $2.793.

And that quiet, upward move-
ment, méans just this: Growing
confidence in Britain among
American money men,

tite UStAL REAOTION at
New York’s docks when new-~
comers to America are reunited

with relatives they have not seen
for years seems to be a fleod of
tears.

But Mrs. Sofie Lund, a hale

ame WN
8c LA ¢ end héarty Norwegian grand-
MISCELLANEOUS mother aged 85, surprised Customs



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(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Nov. 26.
An industrial survey of Jamai-
ca has been undertaken by a firm
of industrial consultants in the

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Suggestion to invite the firm to
make the survey came as a fol-
low. Up to the recommendations
of the Sell Jamaica mission which
went to the U.S. earlier this year
to attract American capital for
investment in the island; and the
subsequent visit of Mr, A. G.
Haldane, Economic Consultant of
the United States Department of

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his fists. scheme for the establishment of
such a training school in the area.

But ue is handy with his fist:
when they are unfolaed, too—
and so George has just won the
men’s division of the national
crochet championships, He does
most of this dairty work in the
pub, “because I like to be with the

boys.”



Communist Casualties

EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAR-
TERS, Korea, Dec. 3.

munists suffered 59,173 casualties
during November. The report
said one quarter of Communist

_ . Surrender

IT IS REALLY TOUGH when
you are wanted by the G-men,
especially so when you are on
their “ten most wanted mien” list.
And after 16 years it just gets you
down, Meyer mbin, wanted for
daring bank robberies, complained
ja y when he quietly surrend-
ered.

of the Pukhan River where the
63rd Division attacked.

November 24th—30th totalled
10,182 whereof 6,256 were killed
387 wounded and 89 were pris-
oners.—U.P.





GOVERNMENT: NOTICES

APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR, MAIN KITCHEN,
GENERAL HOSPITAL

Applications are invited for the non-pensionable post of Super-
visor, Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of $480, rising by
annual increments of $48 to $912 per annum.

Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have attain-
ed a satisfactory standard of education, and should have had some
experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale.



Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General |
Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 12th December, |

1951.
5.12.51.—2n,



VACANT POST OF STEWARD AND CLERK AT THE LAZARETTO

Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Steward and
Clerk at the Lazarétto. Salary will be on the scale of $1,200 x 72-—
$1,632 per annum, and will be subject to a deduction of 4°, in accord-
ance with the provisions of the Widows and Orphans Pension Act,
1928 (1928—3). In addition, a non-pensionable cost of living allow-
ance will be payable in accordance with approved rates. Uniforms
are provided.

2. The appointment will be on two years’ probation and will be
made subject to the selected applicant being passed as medically fit
for employment in the Public Service.

3: The minimum educational qualification which will be accept-
ed is a pass in the Cambridge Local School Certificate or a similar
examination of équivalent standard. Applicants should be between
the ages of 21 and 30 years.

4. Forms of application and further particulars relating to the
post may be obtained from the Superintendent of the Lazaretto, Appli-
cations should be addressed to the Director of Medical Services, the
Wharf, Bridgetown, to reach his office not later than Wednesday, the
15th of December, 1951.

5. The successful applicant will be required to assume duty at
the earliest possible opportunity, not later than 2nd January, 1952.

5.12,51.+3n.



POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

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

1. The drivers and riders of all vehicles approaching Queen’s
Park between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. shall do so by way of
Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, and leave by way of Constitution
Road or St. Michael’s Row.

2. The following street and roads shall be one-way to all vehicu-
lar traffic: —

(a) Crumpton Street, from Roebuck Street.

(b) St. Michael’s Row from the corner of Crumpton Street
and Cohstittition Road.

(c) Constitution Road, from the corner of Crumpton Street
and St. Michael’s Row, with the exceptions noted in
para, 4.

8. The drivers of motor cats shall be allowed to park on Con-
stitution Road facing north, and when leaving, shall do so by way of
Belmont 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 Governot’s Gate returning the same way, and proceed
in single line by way of Belmont Road.

Made under Regulation 2 of the Bridgetown and Speightstown
(Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations 1943.





R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Héadquarters,
' Bridgetown,

15th November, 1951. 1.12.51—8n.



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We still have on display a wonderful range of beautiful
Christmas Cards singly and in boxes,

Books to suit all tastes: Fiction, Travel, Biography, and a
lovely selection of books for Children of all ages.

Diaries, Engagement Pads, Address Books, Bridge Scorers
in attractive leather bindings.

Christmas Tie-on Tags; Stick-on Christmas Labels; Dean’s Rag
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(From Our Own Correspondent)
é KINGSTON, Nov. 26
MELEE, Plans are being made for the
ba : ‘7 I : : celebration of the 150th anniver-|
, Ss J F Y } sary of Kingston’s existe is
; é D , sary 0 gs
SA } S i. {ROLL " I “orporate City, during 1
‘ i The City Council setting up
) } ? | a committee to be in charge of
KE A sil i celebration arrangements an
Lae have invited outs organisations
la | i “ such as t Jamaica Chamber
} Commerce to serve on this Com-
i mittee. |
he eit } t Kingston was made a Corporate
ve ; : City by an act of the Legislature
‘ on A aoe in 1801 which after receiving
me cI i Royal Assent took effect in 1802
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‘ Bill § (From Our Uwi Correspondent
5 KINGSTON, Nov. 206
The Food Control Department
has made representations to the
Executive Council in Jamaica for
t Increased allocations of dollars
I j for food importation during the
. and: next few months. e
f 10. Fo i This has been done because of |
2 the food problem in the island,
t =| which is becoming acute follow-
ing the recent Hurricane damage,
‘ SID BARNES making « bid for Test selection flicked indiscreetly at his second ball of the match and the Department feels that it to have in stock a few of these really tasty
; ao , “ea against medium fast bowler Prior Jones and missed. The ball came through fast and low but Barnes 1s_ necessary for Government to We-have = ype = one is made in its own
= wa 7 hit on the inside edge of his bat and was brilliantly caught behind by Walcott. provide an ample supply of for- Night Dresses an be a hoe » Black White
a bal _ ti : as a F oO —Consolidated Press Photo. “me pote ie individual style. Colours are ’
. ae tn BA : ; CHRISTIANL OUT -_- ——__—__--—- —— _ The Government is in contact and Peach
f » 6 : a with London on the matter, ]
line I 1 ¥ ibe i
Jotinson, bow W.L. Fortunes ee eet !
ee I,
I fear we last jpalls of 7 R. E. COMMITTEE
‘ tat est cr ere | Fl an TO MEET IN B’DOS
r some | be no and ed and de uctuate eee tet tek eee ~ Cave Snepner 0. ;
amet 3 ys From FRANK MARGAN PORT-OF-SPAIN '
7 - nae at : , ‘ot Siar. SYDNEY ay 5 The Regional Economic Com-|}
W ; lo , BE A combination of events on mittee which adyertised early in } spinon aa gence’
eeded 1 1] ; Tuesday dramatically changed S@ptember for applications for |) | CURR & Sak pee og BROAD STREET.
mediately began to play it the position in the Second Test the posts of U.K. Trade Commis- ee ase
erly fashic He cover drove ek d_ upo the eld, from the appearance of certain sioner and assistant Commissioner | |
both Miller and Lindwall in su G c show him a _ lo Victory for the West Indians to Will meet in Barbados on Decem- = \
perb style, and when Bill John- cause and he will show you cour what seems to be defeat at the ber 10, to make these appoint-|———=
stone was brought on he straight nd patience. In this instance hands of Australia. MEnr. SSSSGOSPISSSIOSIO VS OOG9SSS SION
drove past the bowler’s feet oe oe | hss bias tote These events could have been The committee also expects to PLOTS SSSSSSSSS SILKS
to the sight screen with a majestic "8 Ms arrive ie vi di GP Berd rh overcome to a large degree by appoint an Executive Secretary
stroke. One ball lainaed: off a {ro ill Johnstone. The tter « as ae on the part of the and assistant Secretary for its MAKE your
good length from Miller truck ! rve SS est ndians, Barbados headquarters ihe
Bis love. and balloon 4 over ti he Au t total ee ge the Australian Trinidad will be represented by Shimmering brig’
slips’ head, but what u air waht a in the crowds saw the spectacle of the the Minister of Labour, Industry
one fal Nottes sall ; ka nt ig list ts n re : is star West Indian batsmen trudging and Commerce, the Hon. Albert | and colourful os
three runs ' t tha suld fit back to the pavilion during a crit- Gomes, at this meeting which is {
; the for er places in any ical period of play—out to foolish likely to last four or five days. New I!
4t the other end, Stollmeyer, ™ ye aa ith strokes that have no part in Test Mr. Gomes will have the Hon. | \ ‘ rac
al on his injured ill and a sense of safety pear 8 ey, The Sydney cricket Harold Robinson as adviser. " WOOLLIES AND SILKY THINGS
ley z his head from the 4, till did not prevent their ground pitch is now wearing in pak ¢
‘ zindwall’s bumper, takir very chance of a run it spots but it was not that which .,,, ¥ cs \ NEED DREFT’S SAVING CARE!
till able to turn Miller to square 45 minutes thev added. 50 and caused the West Indies collapse SECOND CORNMEAL MILL WW,
leg for four, in such exquisite then steered the total past 200 in the second innings. ; STARTS OPERATION WN Yes! Other washing products
manner as had the crowd breath- Then two pre- eee, ae _ Sipley (From Our Own Correspondent Wh, may eventually have a harmful
less. Me of his scoring shots sentec t new came | their first innings the big Syc > KINGSTON, Nov. 26 effect on fine fabrics—but Dreft is
re played on thi except on with Lin 1 Miller as ney ieee watched the spectacle = Jamaica’s second cornmeal fac- really safe! In fact, tests have
two excellent square cuts. But its herald here wa till oi : Abbie of _ Australia’s bat- tory “has began operations, In proved that Dreft is safer for col- |
when Worrell had swept off 20 in 25 minute ‘ until ne sapolts peating the West.Jn~ +19 weeks the hew mill pro iuced oured woollens than anything
a manner that suggested he could close. Gomez square drove Lind- A eee Aiea te ae 5,000 bags of meal, art ° you've used before,
score 0, he waved his bat at a ee, sue rae ie t : T a it Art ahead on first innings, The new plant has a total grind-
rising ball on the offside from fit to. his ban ’ : ae at aaa Terrible Strokes ing capacity of 10,000 bags per on SALE AT ALL
Lindwall. It was a stupid gesture + i at piayec ee Hl : The debacl Jidn’t st there month similar to the old plant set r 7
and the crowd yelled hiny a warn ; down, the ane Oh ene Bas Foie West fudians sowed “Titel nere. up in 1988. Their combined ca- LEADING STORES
ing Oe iinly eae wa brilli : ‘¢ ion Nenisie tits on ide of their great batting i the wat pacity of 20,000 b per month
ignored. 1¢ next ball rose even F or Seach A innings of » hee innings iS estimated to be just about the
, nm by Hassett, who put up innings during the second innings g just & -
higher, and Worrell hi acre ahs h 3 ri Say: a teenie iri on aeedaotive iiarcae ante present size of the island’s con- SAFEST , FOR WOOLLIES,
to play a mad flick at shoulder he vy i 7 ae ini fn as su tic f this ¢ ‘ . ‘
. head drive for the boundary. The dismissed before the side made SUMption of this commodity, an E
height, Langley took the obvious joi) fey fy an hig Re avid up the 155 leeway, Stocks of corn are now ample to re SILKS — WASHES THEM
catch with ae srodiie st all ae and. ‘he caught. -it'in kh 1 The Australian veteran off- nee haste plants turning over at “ CLEANER, BRIGHTER
ce, Ring b. Miller 9 Yorrell €. Christiani ct. Hassett b. Miller 30 5 ‘ : spinner Ian Johnsor sertainly fu oad, daspite the set-back
‘ , ‘ ov. CHRISTIANI drags a ball from Hole on to his wicket in the last an son certainly , e set-pac
Langley b. Lindwall 20. One for six for 210 over of the first ane of the second est Match at Sydney. Christiani oWled brilliantly to take the caused by the August hurricane
19, two for 52. is : eal had ucoed 76: f wickets of Walcott, Weekes and and prospects of cornmeal short- GESSOSBSSGSS OOS 6ESSEE SOL OEOIGOLG OODOPRGSECOCEE,
It w in inexcusable thing for i peer ee oe cy eae ¢ : Radio Photo eee” but on and Rae age in Jamaica are now very little. POPS PPSIGSOGG DOD PIGSS AGO PSE IOP P°LSPP SPOOF IST
_it w nexcust g for est I re ol 5 1 , were out on terrible strokes at g
Worrell to do. The West Indies fouy wick ‘vars ieinigh rE oe palin ont ~~ $ >
L to f hee ; vhich shoul > y
have attracted tremendous sup- morrow to play. Goddard WUE Uae 805: a atone. hould have been left MEDAL FOR BOBBY |% W, : , FROM STOCK: x
por \ustralia, and most of the out and lasted to the i ; By M. H: pug “ifs "Rha aenoatia ReoceaRipeaeea Walcott also jumped miles BREEZY Bobby Thomson, “the|$ VE CAN SUPPLY FRO. Ss er %
crowd re openly furious that final str be delicate : y M. Harrison-Gisy \down the pitah, made a blindeye slugging Scot” from Glasgow, | ¥% x
ch a reputed nan should fe y off Th : Dealer: Est, : ’ | swipe at Johnson and was stumped W0Se mighty hore-run blow put| $ Vee ' Vn * >
. Seats hae a ee oe Game ail - | WHAT'S ON TODAY |) iy" that able successor ta kre is baseball team, he New vox |e Créttall Steel Windows. 3
; ances of this natur Ginko t Goddard ¢ : ON. $ Gahmiian
ll from the list of out six 15; Total six wick- # $ : § mopestien: Contenetae, 2 lia’s Gil Langley, going i have a night out. % EF, Ih D i %
‘ d’s leading batsmen. It ets for : OK 764 , ie | As I stated li he West n Chicago on Friday — § me %
: : i tion, Queen’s Park — 1 .s 5 , Carlier, the Wes . ay tie ; Ors a >
is absurd to compare such repeat tse : é : Sitse ae =. Indies have little hope of defeat- Andrew's night—the [Illinois St. % rene 2? ; 3
ed 8 essness B im the eee s ' Disa Ww 1 wae “a Ween 2 eA w. “ r 3 British Council — Rehearsal, ing Supesiie, until they curb the oars Society will present x %
excellence of utton or ijay ae ane orre cost the © E AQ wy @ KI 5 : | Olympia Club — 4.30 p.m. impulsiveness that causes them to Obby with an engraved gold|¢ ‘ge e i” = s
Merchant of India, neither of Indic the ir hopes of saving the § - ae a y t K ge 9 Mobile Wrihnee at @acen’s play strokes without logic or rea- watch for “his outstanding con-|% Sliding Folding Doors x
whom in their entire lives have Second Test here -da At a 93 85 q Se x son, That impulsiveness has cost, tribution to the ideals y D4
t ou t ; ‘ & We a 58 : Park 7.30 p.m, ; : y , | ideals of good|@ ¢
even permitied themselves to ‘me when Hy ey needed 400 to be ~ ie ) the tourists this vitally important | sportsmanship,” $ ~
think of the things that Worrell - and os ie wi ket till fuil 1098643 : Sunrise: 6.00 a.m. cee pm ar oy a | 8 OUTWARD OPENING CASEMENT WINDOWS x
have done repeatedly. of runs, both of these batsmen ¥Q Sunset: 5.36 p.m. appens on Wednesday—the last | 3 ft., 4 ft, 5 ft. or 6 ft. High with or without Ventilators. %
was sale Sat bak Sein ‘Sta upon — much de 1 lost $ 2 : Moon: First Quarter ay oe play. Indi ; YESTERDAY’S % %
Weekes Cé me 0 wlul~ their wickets to wo trokes, AK QOS | Lighting: 6.00 p.m. ne es! ndies are now Only | OUTWARD OPENING FRENCH DOORS %,
n r and id faithful companion Now the game is lost in all ordin . { ; 1 igh Tide: 9.40 a.m., 9.50 66 ahead of Australia with only | WEATHER REPORT % 7ft, 9ins. High with Locks. S
Ferguson Veekes—and we say it ary probability With only our a Lia's p.m. two recognized batsmen Gomez | . g %
hank a craftsman. Not wickets to fall the West Indies le ma z re ‘. A : a ; 4 eat FROM CODRINGTON ¥ >
Mit wCnuanits. cet [| eA ee Oe eee ee | Rainfall: nil . $ SLIDING FOLDING DOORS 8
hin ad slessness ¢ > by on ins i : p.m. A . ; :
moment. He settled in soberly, | fi eat ; B Australia probably will need eee for month to x 7 ft, 2 ins. high x 6 ft. 2 ins, wide 3
i 7 ian a5) é atrend V1. 18T INNINGS “i rene : only 20 esday ; eT ns, q
Gee then b Bi Se bls ste nee de 2 i { i | ll lar dian, cote Wenbeen, Highest Temperature: 83.5°F % / The whole Door slides and folds to one side. s
ith s STR/ s 7 J . 5 i me . 1" ‘ %
Miiler. He went on to deal soundly , i | and Valentine exploit the crumb- | = Aad yg Temperature: 72.5°F % : g
and firmly with both Johnson and er. ee Four. Hea : ling wicket and bowl the West Wind Velocity: 7 miles per % x
ohnstone and down-trodden hope ; Which was duly mac : | Indies to victory, Such an occurr- hour + Phone 4267. S
Johnstone a w-tre n hope Worrell « a : a : right B ee onan
began timidly to raise its head. Stuilmeyer b lan Joh In Room 2 : ence appears unlikely, but it is “oa ree) 29.950; . %
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aan Pah. roigal ya ie . G it 6 Bas 's rebid was fwo i Cause K led in 3 Days ‘ Se
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PAGE I HAKRAIMIS \l>\<>< \ II 111 IIM —I \\ HI I I MI1KK :.. ItSl c J WlA~ M" JOHN %  %  %  Trinidad yesterday RAHR. B.W.I ly Due Next Week P < boom vhlcb arilth arc Mrs. H. M Adams and hrr Bin and a half ym old daughter Mr*. I. H.U. Mil two children. HIH | II Co* Mm. H. < ff Cdr. and nnd Mrs. T O. Dowding. Miss F. Dowding, Cdr G F Dugdale. R.N.. R> i i M Edjrhill. Miss J r Circa vr* H.A.F.. Mn M t> Hai rtson. Hua K <• N l> Heftroefc V.C ii N Md and Mr?. H-.lt,...k Mr, and Mi B Hen vr, Dr. H w. Johnson, Mr and M^ R A. Jordan Mr. R. J. Nual. Mr. and Mr*. II W 1> Pud, Mrs. D Robert.. Mia* C K. II,. e, RAF Mli i> < rhome. Mist H Thome, Mr and Mr* J. %  Intrinsic 101 n tl luliv Graduated erf i Utcrary Social II flying visit to Grenada last %  •hare arc a number of gttg play. In hi* credit, M ra %  thou* nd he sained the US Literary .i.vard Utft year for his life of the famous explorer, Pierre Radlpaon. He alto wrote "I, Mungo Park." a tribute to ani iinnd discoverI i < %  Iba) Niger River He has already visited most uf Wt %  rndl "i Returning To-morrow M R, RONNIE GITTENS, Managing Dfractee <>f CsttbLU and Mm. Oftterv are al present In Trinidad • over on Monday by B wt S OM or the l aaaona for H srag to attiiid a largtparty give i MJ ll-ntv Tee Mnr. arm Enterprise Road, crinst t/hur4> |'.tt-..f-Sp*in last night and the late Mr. Albert St. John. Mr and Mrs. Gittens are due MRS. CLEMMfE ,| M AJOR BETTENCOURT-GOMES -if Hriti.sh Out ri.i arc on board Hu* OeMta which is due here on De.-emlx-r I lth. They are rn route %  > Trinidad where they will 1 H (I lack T St. Lucia H AND MRS. DENNIS BARNARD who had NOT ss6lit in B*doi for over a month it. Lucia M ...ght Albert St. John. Mr and Hra. Gittrns i a. a nurac at bark here t.nnorrow morning. ii Hospital. Surrey. She h Aquatic Sports Postponed K. fc nntllHH bW -ptlE Hanison College Aquatic I Sport! Which wendue to tducational broudcuiting i %  ,.. ooatponed M o Mrs. M .M ,-> J diie u. ihe rough aae. Beasdct, thiH. KEN ABLAC.K. Broad(hK stag* whkh were washed lusting Officer in the Eaaaway from the club will have iribbean. arrived from Trito i*e replaced. W.I A. to 11 v ports will now be held on attend discussions on educationWednesday, Dccumber 12th. A bro~'l. %  .,. %  %  %  U,,li an Englishwoman 1 queer job. She l ni | | bbetin Regional BducaUon %  Mr. Ahtack is u gue^t at the H.W.l A. wlicro Mr. Uarnaid Harinc Hote | ,' TT f ^^^-SlE Arr v '" •> the same Diana *' LJ.?*L.TL-I!S """' Trinidad were Mr and Mr: third son Laurie i\t renulued c _| in Il.irhado!* where he will go to school. Returned Home M R CLEMENT DURANT, Saleaman of Meain Stokea Ud llviio*. H.j. who left hare for the US r SI. V'ni'ira gad i> iMiieiod to return oerv torn i Haj waa in Barbadoa in onlai" to confer wilh the I^aal Hepreuf the University ColMi II. A. Vaughan and with the Resident Tutor of St. Lucia. Mr. II. 11. Easter. rlcs Baeta and f.winl> M" KEN AII-tIK New Stalls TWO new rtafil will make their sppearaiKc -t the Kxhibllion today. One by the Police lbs displaying handicraft thee b) tfaa s P.C.A. No Competition S OME weeka age il waa onnouneed that land in Uiitith Hunduraa waa being told al $3.50 per acre and several people wondered why liaibudlaiu) lto love land .-o much did not nuke some effort lo go there where they could acquire large tract* of agricultural land instead of xaiung (oi the Back to Alrki li < wlnili i \-> miiii u!I M-OII. Laei week a paragraph ptiblinh%  i why the price of land to low. There are only 67.0110 people in Ihut colony, three Unn [fas than in Barbados and only 7.60 to the square mile. It mearu thai there is nobody to Talking Point CoNMgV ti a mural i/uaUlv . I i ooid ehotM btupa— iu-o alttrnattiH*, thf fixi'd rttulve am fo.pti . Cmit*4j* '' H'l'l-poicf r. -Lord Moran. rilEHE •k with tt aching .children gj own-upi. MU* Ruth Walder. general ^eereU^y of the Young Women* ChrUilan Association, iiet her In n.igdad during a tour she has t made of the Middle Eaat. children in Irak do not plaf rnes; they do not know any. So Bagdad Moslem college asked SI) Euglih-worn-n on the staff of the local YWCA to leach their lent* some simple English games. The student-, when they become teachers, will pau the game* on to parents, and they In turn rill teach their children how to play. i..mi, in, ,, F1r*t BY THE WAY... *****+* A BOXER who stood OH hi* ing head in ordci t.. lov weight. a U.nl.>_ llUhtrCU. inglng a t HOSSVt Olll • %  e f— 1 J u_ ~1 — 1 t, fjmm c>l io. UitttuTt u. lit ... iiiiiMstM m BJksB l'i l:>*. | row G-oanui .. auiij p"""hmiv 11, .. P M \ s> 1T Blmdir saolie, isi is. fwriiwlmaa caiie4 lawo •eotUui. mm I 41 M* TOa and of is, at Jl. Weapon oi old. or *ar f (S) St. round la thi net. H> H. Sbortty msec (6) ttdvord aud at* twin around It. <4l tt. KUla asally lo #t t*i rl.sr. (S) aaaa 8 I rain anouib for 4ry fruit T (6i a. wrn ktm. nu man do it. gey can have his moment* of they are ready. • %  ..-knees. 'Brave Bogart Asked to name sorn* nasnas *> Mr Bogart manages to rind among ih* Hollywood feminine 1'iraa pairs of eyes, apart from dud*. Bogey replied: "What, and You can spot the rait those of Lauren Baeall, his wife, get them all down on my neck? by ui r eyas. I do when which he think* are exception. No thanks'" j the Dead stnd prospect. So it looks as though he Is In* The Brat eye* belong to Kalhv itmg us to Knock On Any Door rlM Bapourn, with whom-. Hut Humphrey, tsni that (HKidantl <• ralhai Dark Vsethry? Just %  Ot tluiik of ail tlioae glrla you have Kirn Hunlrr. with whom he la got sore at you. No wonder they making a fllm called TJa ilcall them the HoarLng Twenties %  risjn •!.,v t dvat glued look, |o be thinking: ippoaed to do nej.1?" I.I i<.it i 11 \i FLra/4 ttl'IIN i.i.i ItM I.VIIO Garden J\MI> i. HAI J. a *i >! % % %  • aot sin r taag GRA.-rr raan KKMSBT i\-m. ins AND Kur • *t II rma fi"J ABBOTT l-o'. coaTEixo Blooding over the cause hat muat appear to him like I %  inflcd Foreat of pretty but ex i.i U.S.A 77 owns the second lot. Children Withotil Games She i* used to flying. Is an axpert glider pilot. But now she i this sport. Instead ah* sails, has %  ith for holiday times, i l H.H.C. Katlio Programme atasrsapai OH luaaa a. isai .• I'.i.aII a* %  .. %  SS •*-taas s high International YWCA conference th.it it wa*s Impossible to pa of 40-odd nationalities OffkUtl OvouSD the windows. All I Ta e*iv Tuaiu QII — Ikwi s SII p-ni(.itito Newirrrl, B-3S p m aiattnml ot rompoatr of Ut* ic> S0O pm. Tho l-lr* on tho Bjnon.. tiOO pm T*\' Srm Palestine, saw there I ease of masculine privller wi %  milk supplied by the United Nationa wa* distributed. three queues formed one of men, who satpaotad lo be lervtd Bi other of women, a third nf children—In ri front i But Acros* The Desert Mlu Walder travelled from Beirut io Bagdad across the ID It M Mn* ••! l he boy a were ^ „,,.,„ (>n rv •hich all ud the girls behind. pffjBJ VOHK vtwthar IbsTj i In the (loll %  i rats ii. uiii .. Btojagfj live. like Villon', WQIVaj Bl the gajHSM Of) Sir, 11 she OBI ;i waisdag sssaMoa iiv nioral) What is to iiii II %  DOtad Albanian ir> u stand on your head, the head for the feel, thus shifting their J" %  CMC •*"*• P"" 1 llimd.atre.im wobbles like %  jelly wcinlH In no uncartaln manner. '" %  8 ls bad all iicen on a Wb Bad the air Yea. yes. But according Co TalM.ng about the headmlsli it gives off drills sideways, leavUuiCyrVl l*w of Non-CompeuJen by this junior miatresa The %  B DO Avars* *• cor-"J* *f* "gg £* l EP * pusclea the.nM.lvc, lose weight i.i'' "' cam.U in tho world. 1 .md ao a body uiaido S7P*-/I m flag Cify down loses weight proportionately rput ulk of Uio inonusit In the i,.imii.i pf tnasa corpuscles J. financial circles la the quespraacnt. When you come upright i„ (|1 „f uu, restoration of congain Ihe corpuscles dash hack, and verttblllty—harsh music In the iicraaae tinir wcigiil on tlMjourgreat flapping cars of tho IntcrsWaagfol weight IN v Uona] MomciiUry Fund. For if iely tcmiHsrary. M ">e /lflnei:r v „ u jb.ilbh conlrol of capital i.ii(t when he removed the hulking t..insfer jou lay youraclf upon to graat hoius-girl from his kneco. x \ iQ ehargc ol bobluiuig sterling lo leach fo, .. magnum. ]im | mcddluig with exchange control. lN-d.mts cau prove that 1 Ml fiirivl if tho reuil index rise* seven or eight jHilnu. It will be overtaking A N assistant In the post ofltce wagx > re tes. But the practical Into which an elephant walke.i answer to all this is that tho the other day, wild when the beiist ]>ound would look utter. iCself in h;iid be think that alacannot ex])cct Co cut currvnt cxphants go into post ofllces to buy iwndlturu if you persist Ui MajBpaT Or was he thinking of regarding disinflation as an the BnongOUg elephant Fldo whKh academic question. PEARL lailalion Jrwrllrry Pearl necklaces 60c. up iv.il l arrlni* 72e. up. ALSO CHOKERS. BRACELETS ETC:. I'lna wide variety *f t Mill' )i-W rlli'l v AC Your JrwHIers V. De LIMA A CO.. LTD. 20 Broad Street gonica—and nobody at t'saw the two i ally hurt. Ilien racing along be thought the;it become* apparent that W( .,. p up lo no go^ ano cn aied D "gruiit-and-gioan men, as .,.. ay aarir isopularly knc. | .. n i y the passei-by. the Ink of all-in Then i Go , ..... George" and "The Red Md [i-io ipparcntly sullii bar ! %  I H I'ke Bir in a stifling season." THE CHASE i i-i. j -i.. gaw a roughi uusacli ing a bar-room till in Brook! : a rest telephone. When two off-duty Customs ^ saw the paaser-by running with a !" TJ bundle in bl ay thought 11 he had stolen somelhing. hid' When B lbs} and uf I H l> I H I ..[ 2 Show. TMU> —4. A I Columbia Pi.lure* Preienl* THE HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS" Thomas GOMEZ an'l Thr OlllfcMl Huilvm Globe Trott. Tnr. •!> — 4.3. 1 1. Universal Doubli' END OF THE RIVER AUBOTT .mil COSTFI.I.O BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME" 5p>)twS >.^taV Rupert and the Lion Rock — 45 lor Sim %  iirnghlftl. Ii w.-i Jo.' p rsiher U .!gh.. Thr host g*W ico tu row. 1 1 ri Rolla. 114 uc e 11 Bin iwilupi "So (ould ih rough rould." 1," f 164 per cent, and IfO ] sapaetivaiy< A • ,i in the old b .i dull Show, r.i.eapolis. ,„ h ,. ,, y engineers say that normaUy. inadeov.; I of ruU-ecal* whan n tteeiea. a sbaei of ice omlc strip, Andinmuiu ng across the Musisaiup. but P, „ c,,,,, inlDscs. 'hat lha watar eon t l nu ai to now TIIF f eruahed ice So the po*ei team who appear together on I turbine* of the two cities may hreakfact-time radio urogmmme. glW out at any moment TIIK NKV. STAK N> BUYKBS TUB CRITICS all like Audrey TIIK Wall-street Journal conHepburn in Colo %  "•? "' ml "" "*3 pit (Watar Ken In the Hew Yak production is Blowing up m many I .,, lea. It sums up: 'IJeapUe "Miss Hepburn is a uillabaloo about shortr rtlkv ,,. the raaUj btg Bttt brlnga a candid innocanoa and production i lack oi a loml">> lntlLIenca to a part consumer demand." Consumer that might have gone sticky, and I ls| lhos I HI A H United Artist Double HE WALKED NIGHT" BY V.or all irhiiv shovs — Dga, topais rmrucr in company, mui be spotless, immaculate. Use jffB Propcrt's White Rcnovato or Propcrt's Sh.uv.uite. No i surer way of nuking sure il while shoci arc Aifi v it oi* I-: it T s AfiL'II IIITE A WHITE RENOVATOR rttb Richard BASEHABT AND "QUICK SAND" with Mickey HOONBV Tomorrow Oily 1.10 gft. 13 United Arti.t Double STRANGE WOMAN" •INTRIGUE" GEORGE HAFT G LOU I :m and 6.15 p.m. flM HOLT) & R. TO-DAY 4.3 p.m.. lO-MOKItOVV "KH>tRS ()| 1111 I \M.i and -CROSS RUT [ROBERT MircilUMt TO-NtTE 6.18 pjn—8TEEL AND M.AKKO CONTEST CASABLANCA vs. TRIPOLI RANGE TERROR TRAPS GIRL RANCHER -ji* tktn Ini't (MS ttirt Haass' JIM HOLL till .%  RICHARD MARTIN jACOueiMi WHIII • neo H*OU PIT 16; HOUSE 30: BALCONY 46: BOX H V.ggaC/VEVC Ml lint 711. .J A H.1.1 p.m. SUSPENSE SWLEPS THE SKIES HIGH . WILD . UNPREDICTABLE 1 JAMES STEWART • MARLENE DIETRICH "No HIGHWAY IN THE SKY NEVIl SHUTE'S lh..lling midnighlloda.n od ass— -|s_7" tenlure I ^^-^B*



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U I IIM N|) \\ 1)1 I Mm |{ |J5| UAKIIIH>S ADV1H \ I I PAC.t NINE HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKt.Y MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG .• 1 V !" •" ANYTHING "HiLONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER BRINGING UP FATHER BY GEORGE MC. MANUS I M*/G ftjrtwei so? \ou-i **MT VOU yo "1?F uvCOUftJ %  "ouff oacs uCe STSADv %  £> f DCHT KUOw ABOUT —M BE*J' HM3T-IUT I .,.. -MAT k4 • TBApV-I MtVSS V.C1.L•: 5LPPOS* rvL"* IOH-M W-BJTTJ %  • rvtooo %  L (\ I =l .-'.A" M a RIP KIRBY BY ALEX RAYMONC t E %  %  1 3 SB5S ~ ;; '' Sensational New Make-up! 01 VW fillBT HMISt MATTINGS I'ARI .fMna.it. itM ,-/ #*oirtVfr TIKJ^1^£ Par ma'in welrataa. Dtnnar and Cocmiail partita arranged. J II Bl'CKi-AND. PrvfMielor. .y NCW Not a cuke make-up, not freaiy foundation' "Anaal Face it foundation and PMMI |N tpnns'e. • grra*> HIIH(IIIB> Antjel lace MOM on raaih aim %  mouthlv aith II. non >hllr p (In nil. iW U W j es*SS4M %  l-Xaixli New! Stayi on longer titan powder! New! Can t Spilt! Sou 11 say POi.d Ai.aet rasa la the mail rMVMItnl snASe-iiv %  v.r UM-.I ... liandSM* M tU.ll*. li | %  tvliHir : the Sandwich is always the BEST... when its J & R Enriched Bread with an Anchor Butter spread \ < JOINT AND MUSCLE PAINS May maan Jcldnay troubfo A Iunction of the kidney* is to eliminate aarawal laipuntiea front the ITMML If the kidneys craw slaggiih, these impurities accumulate and settle and often become %  cause of pain in mints and muscles. The way to tackle The trouble is to help the k.dnryv The* should br toned up with De W,tt Pills the medians %  isde specially for this purpose. De Witt's Pills hare s soothing. cleansing and salisept.c sction on the kidneys that IrUfcffl 'hem bsI • Mi-Tabs rr£:,^jj IX PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Monday to Wednesday only WPK1 %  <%!. OirKIIS 7 are now atniliilile ul our Iffrunrhew Twredidr.~~ S|ii-ii>lilslon ii Mild Swuu SIHTI UnaUy Ko Dmally Now Bottles Guinness Stout (pts.) 33 •' Tins Breakfast Rolls 48 I I Bottles Creme de Menthe 425 ffi Tins Evap. Milk Tins Brook's Pears Currants (per lb.) 29 -21 82 73 46 49 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street Everything for Men ? That's the shop for me! THE LONDON SHOP OPENING FRIDAY THIS WEEK THE LONDON SHOP Custom Tailoring Readymade Suits & Slicks She** Shirts Ties Motiary Accessorits THIS IS THE SHOP FOR YOU' Lower Broad Street at premises formerly occupied by Bata Shoe Store



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HI DM -II \^ III ( I Mill R .-,. 1*51 IIUIHUHIAI.MU Ml Caribbean Trade Expected To Rise PAGE T If BEE Sviiiwll %  Managers Club "vere loas day at Ibi S: a tier H | Puerto Hico, the Domi:. puMsc, Haiti, Jamaica %  mi Cuba. John A. Aron. manager >f thifrilled State* Hub; I gaaauaMj uullooK. Among lnvsc nurricaiir damage re%  the nerd fur improved living conditions in Haiti. %  highliKli'loptnaat of more balanced i furllier n will %  %  •i and mineral ited. H %  KbU pf Mr. An.: outlook to optiniitiiu \ iKaj augat expected. d rtauy, notauly in liiutumcr goods prim u.t ion, tho UnlMd 11 ..i 1M0-SI ron salued at J2M.65fl.0O0, a rise %  %  DOMm iuc so long a.t %  prices lor %  uaar, oofl .' %  tobooGO pom o! rnanuiactured goon* ;iini will continue. i> ing Introiuu>tru.l adoiUons this %  K null, a l plants. HAITI Don Koa. caator seed. si*al, ugar -mil banana Is. Irngation, pow %  i with the sil.000.OOU Export-Import Bank loan, with DUnartab 'o be i led Stales. %  apttal of $7,000,000 to be hutuahod by the Haitian •:. lit. jAMAIi rabla hurrVufust will %  nom lor some time, particularly through ant. loss of banana trees and a 40 per cent, lots of cocosout tie**. Tim .:.g operations are expected Ut start in the Matt 'ix to twelve months. CUBA — Ecoix : brlftt. Import* arc exceeding e*ports by 20 per cent, largely owin* consumer demand ajBC •i war. Trade to be in balance next year along with a rise in United s< .;jt-m>p pant) good. Indurtrui' eial aaBsttrueuap, a m i nes pa l impanvaaaaaoai .-.nu agricultural development BfO expected to continue. Achievement of %  nrough industrialination i* progressing, notably in aultivation o[ kenaf to replace Jute lor bap. I Wisiou Confirmed A decision against He DOtsaU of Army Hill. St. Joseph. whom Police M;igi>tr..te Mi C 1 Walwyn had lined El. was yeateidty conflrim-.1 b* Ihe Judges Of %  n it Court of Appeal. Mi H. A. Vaugrum and Mr. HanscswU. The Poltea Magfetrate guilty "' aUowlqaj pu*aengen t" ride otherwi*.than in Btda the lorry G-284 which he was iung Mother sal Tuminti OH August . Tin* Apwal judges also ordered NtcnoUi to pa* i"4 .ppeai costs. Herbert Bancroft who duty along Hothersal Road with P.C. 115 Broomts a' the time the offence was committed, lold the Court that when the lorry passed, two v men were standing on the rear part graspinc uprights. NichoUa Mid in nu. dalauca that but they had not stopped him. He did not know how miny peopl. th* r*Hr part of the lorry. Eleven l)*ad In I'zirifi*' Storm* CALIFORNIA. Monday. Vlolant week-end storms with winds up to 105 miles per hour Ifk Ocean off the California Coast and forced Golden Gate to close. Eleven per..n. were left dead, and at least two missing. Dies From Fright I illK. Dee. 4 topsj i-'if'.imad %  n Ina five-year old .led that the child %  ... .''er being %  dog Doctors said a recent throat infection and tho icasd by the rorxtrlctton ol the throat resulted in aaphvsiatioii and collapsed and died on bat school —r.r. In Touch With Barbados CoaUl Station uid a*ng 2000)0 Of Coff.f I Go To Wast* WASHINGTON, Dec. 4 The Semite I':.•pini'iiiess Committee plant to scold the UksK*d States Air Force for lasting. KkO minds i>f stale eofree Sub-C" Ihe ineidenl itecurred at Curswell Anlure* basa In Tanas srhai %  300 pom.' Abundant %  l|lpp Of coffee went stale. The mess sergeant UHII I I aB a l %  aratfl to hold oos D The Air Force had the i otfe. from 'he Armv at 67 eantl ;i pound so the floor sweep cost *14. The Csrswell incident will ba iminded in ttJH tojh rnmmlttiin'i Raporl on wastenainaai at An Force bases. PROTEST LETTER BONN. Dec. S Allied High Comniisst<>< %  ant stttaaa of protest to Wet German CnaneeU auer againM naUatuukaaa atM i, his transpor; ninustei I pHl Seeuolm. The minister aajkd in %  upeeeh at Kassel last week-end that h*relecognise In !+'• .... they ic -1 % %  .' %  .i raauh oil th) 111 Trealy. A Unlteil St^.te?. gpoana m a n said to-day: "We heartily imln.n tteian.es winch do iraal dlaasivlui '<> Oafworld opinion, t'.i*. 18 Rillrtl I iv I A PtatnVJ Crashes NsM I'i.t. i % .,.. %  %  ,1K! 1 ; %  :. %  it iios wkk*. Two of tii ilamagm.: 01 ived broadside into a alul burst Into flames. gf rn a n w billed and ,frii ther persons ineluding a maid lh I I r ... riirht round iho anTsBUh S btnd 1 cleans thoroughly and %  .\[\ in ihe rnodero ".>^ Banish unpleasant, old-lashionc.l rnstbodi I 'Harpk' toriajM up-to^daic %  nd 'inc. lust sprinkle n Ihe pan at iiistht. then flush in the morning it '•• aasy, lljrpk' i> wife lo u-. is JH tss, iKludMu %  !>• : no hrti^h cai w. Proved Medicaiion; TKKtOT fesl Ihe afe or>'?' H.'.. 'i a loicnQS'-iol ., with I,* iprda' | to relieve threot ktl Hop Co ugh i fc FITNESS fit FLATTERY You'll lote tbofcclof ihcKslstk. lilky Acrlcx undies next ( %  > your siia. Tbo fsbiitihss boca ipecutty designed fu> ws.uw-1.' J vcntiLt to keep your body at a comfortable even temperature in he.it Or cold. 'Ihcv: Jjinry tei(|, br.il* asst y retain lli< llgSllillMijajsTTTl Ii n and give years f Acf.cx in a!) principal loro. X3MAS #*.lf*ff;il oho nnsB CORD d R lit no \ XM.VS TRKk DMORATtONS HI BBI I I.H.HTH ITO. Very Low Prleea At Yeur Jrellers V. e LIMA A CO.. nil. 20 Broad street ARE YOU SCARED •! BY RHEUMATIC PAINS? Hera's the sure and certain way to conquer them. Rub SACROOL tnd It's penetrating powers ill act i tuickly and effectively X On Sale a> k KNIGHTS DRUGSTORES!: A torn '< i i i"t si la ii nor worth vMss as .lo asarri %  i. i .. i (.. ,-1 ii aaaoa Maanai io*p. out IMiitR pa*lbtr BO ritcure M lussAaassssoj %  *•<* % %  u .-/ >U*p of Ihr A... hlad •, If has a SOSH ifasg isulaassM an askad and bod\. hasps IOMUI > %  II.I.(".I."I. .tvj nrosaost* il>eoajitiui •^ o iraN %  %  alwav. lai ... i r l.r >.l.l„.r .'*(,. iMilnif ipidlii^ l.' latbaraaewnvi '•iHniinnJom so thai roa* •wakere. assehH -i •.-aMsn.ii.-ni V— -•" •>*'•' •Oraflil* 1 ..,!* I> why -M*w' /Hf..i/ilf-,i.,.i—.i* %  A.I I 4 a.U fc—./Ay/// fft'frrifitiOvaltine f/ir Horff/k Best Night- iimliiil'tiinv In tsUtcniiig JH.ulllV4Uj|VHlHlKlu t .llolll[l lIlC l-IWts i rtntfB m anil Tinn.n is' II the .utc-t A.I\ ol picvcmim; worm infest J turn •1'hcnovis' is m^dc in powdci form for tiuxint with the mash OldM from your Chemist or Agn%  i lnii.il Mctchant. HHtMt I'lllMMMI l/IM IHsl'llMllll I'OWDICK PHENOVIS' gfaWnaBBSBBsBSssss^ An I. C. I. Product t4 P H E N O V I S , BRAND IMII^NOTIIIAZINh: THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IN TYRES GOODYEAR ITHE"TONG-LIFE HARDEST-WEARING TYRE CIIW.II a %  CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD.— AGENTS



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MNI>\\. IH.Ct.Mllt.il 5. INI KAKKAIMK AI.MHATK Caribbean Trade Ixpected To Rise I irade progress %  Export %  era Club were told | %  > Rico, the Dominican ReA. A: led State, llubKpui-i co sa p a n y, Ltd I t Uc oulluok. Among these %  ..irtcauc damage retlca and 1 improved living conI in liI "Kress will be In ted by development of balanced economic* through r industrialization. 1* will mlon and a 40 per cent, loss ol trees. Thrw bauxite mining operations arc egpected to start in the next six to twelve months. Economic cm 1 .. bright. Import^ are exceeding, exports by 20 per cent largely owlnu. I consumer demand since the Korean war. Trade is cxpecteu to be In balance next m \ with 1 use in United States ImI iggr-cng pniptiAi *** good. Industrial 1/..1 lion, ci-1 SMtrUtHD, nuinni|l provemrnbi and agricultural velopment are expected to tlnue. Achievement of a balanced ( economy through industrialisation is progressing, notably in auKlvation of kenaf to replace Jute lor bogs. lltrisiouCoiifiri.tei. A decision %  fMnal He Donald Nicholls of Army BUI, B< whom Police Hagtotrate MJ C %  Walwyn had rtnvd £1. wa* yaatei %  %  %  %  ) the .Judge* ol ill ll lli Mr II. A. Vaughan and Mr Hanschell. The Police Magistrate had round Nlcholls guilty of allowing pasrlde otherwise than In, :r.v G-284 which he was driving along Hothersal Turning on Auiiu I Tie Atajaal lUdaM %  laoordtrod NteboUs to pa) )"4 .ppeal eoata. Sgt. FiU Herbert BaggfQil who was on duty along H Road with P.C. 175 III the time The offence was committed, lokl the Court that when \\\lorry passed, two men were standing on the rear part grasping uprights. Nieholls said in hi* defence that hut they had not stopped him. HO did aOt know how nwny people were on the rear part of the lorry. PAGE THREE Sea we it wmaiwia can*II li% %  racMiD .1. N wi. 1. itgW 1 na %  ti. r i>\i, . M -... M Uanglna. J v Satsner. H touts*, M rs-.i., \ WatSS. I r-nl. I Il..rh< .. J Mvi.^r. f Jardan u Dies From Fright NEW YORK. Dee. 4 An autopsy performed on tha body of nve-year old irvealed that the child uddsja) fright after being -earejj by a dog Doctors said a recent throat infection and ihd lused by tha constriction of the threat read on her way to school —IT. * In Touch With Barbados Coital Station honau*. *• Sun-all. if. Cattoim liw >• niv Alma. •> BHK.. • %  *i- Pniwe. •• 'H Amrtani. l*UKIHI•• Wave aretsetM, .. awnee nilfcamp. V*.#IIC*I • \*oi,ii. Aanfe-la. I ' a -**..•—. • T I HSMd '• >•.,.. Man Tl e.-i> %  • llar-iOurs. .Umidi Von* 1 i>n |' Rather than hurl somebody's /.vim*--. 1 s/ioulj hutv l>crn nu/tneJ 10 make yOaH John Stall g Mi fmmir" %  Ttu 1. T* fflT*;.s or EXCHANGE Eleven Dead In PaU-ifie Storms CALIFOHMA. Monday. V T o tom iraafc a n d -torms with winds up to 105 miles per hour lashed ihe Pacific Ocean off the California Coast and forced Oat* to close. Eleven 1-1ra left dead, and at least twra missing. 2000M Of Coffee I G<> To ^rVasle vAsmHQTon i><^ i The Senate Preparedness Committee plans t. scold the UnUad States Air Force lor U paund PBSg |." %  Cam Air Ibrca ba 1 In Tasas what %  W0 pounds of the Bate's Abunda:'l supply of. coffee went stale. Tha 1 tn %  -' • %  ] gjagaj 1: 1.1 eagfl t aaafloOi aararp '•' hoiii rkv D tha du i The Air Fr>rcc had obbUnol the col fee inni at 7 cents a pound so the floor sweep cost SIS4. The Carswell in.i.i. Dt arill I. Ineludad in tlw E ntttee'i Rapoti %  1 ,\ An Force bases. PROTEST LETTER %  ;. . Allied High Conimiss...: aanl lattaga of prowst u. Wet German CnancaUo* Konrad Adenauer ag.i: 1 Ma miii lii' liaiispori mi'ustfi Dl M laaHtai Seebolni. The minister said in a speech at Kassel last week-end thai he %  fused to recugnise In 1944 the bor. u they arete as a result of the Versailles Need Treaty. A United St.lie 1 to-day; We hc.iriilv condemn any such 'terancoa winch do iraat doaavn 1 la I • %  many in world "i I t 18 killed In I'.S 1 I'Lir.r Crashes .. and 11 others tnju %  United si re of %  plan— plowed iiiin i.amagmx "i several homes, and two oOtart %  %  .1 Denver I use in all Brifaartsa, intiudiau II-S* cuaanled 10 ws4k laak*. dasaa *. s *DES ArVa Proved Medicaiionj sooroe ffMiifaMUBiry ••war^rarsgyaaa aa* W 47 TKKCMW reel lha oifc SMSI Hsr '1 a loicngo fTOl't .-.-iiiy rn.d-cu'i-j ,. wlih \,x ipctioi to relieve ihroot IrrJioilori u..d Hop cough 1 foilji FITNESS jtn FLATTERY You'll love iherceloTuVscsteak. silky Act ice uodks next to your ikni. Tha fabfichas ban ipcculiy dcbgacJ for kui/. J vMLltUHin t to Ucp your body at a coroforuble enn tcmpcutuic in beat or cold. These dal y tU. briefs and p*net'i ceijin tlKUaetUfifi^si and giic >c.ir, ge wear. Yo r Acrtci in all principal stoics. AEETEX mat** -:>K iA^.d %  >-i •f.VTd,, Vofali.b M \M\S # 1 #•# %  ; aim TISSEI. COMD A COM \ \M \-IKIi: UK OKA TIONS HI BHI.f IJKBRI ETC. Very Low Prleea At Veur Jewellers V. lie I.Ml A A t'O.. I. I'll. 20 Broad Street ARE § YOU ;I SCARED I BY RHEUMATIC PAINS? Here's the sure and certain way to conquer them. Rub SACROOL tnd It's penetrating powers will act quickly and effectively X On Sale a* I KNIGHTS MM STORES ^ ^ %  < e>aeas)B>gaaga|si t M'OesJttsw 1 ecpared "lir I.*-1., Nuun .dard*.if .pialii. Whtli .i> sleep, 'Onafaaas sapaala* auaraava • trliasslna 11-alerca ..1 raaii.Km V.w mM4> mt s*< 1. aiinihi 1 ..J !•.,. I /JrrrU Ovaltine the fiorM's Best Night-t-up 41% \IIIM III HI I ITS %  / %  INMI mftutm M>*Vu*a-^ %  1 %  aio an %  < i Dgfl Hggaa 1 lU.-ai-.. 1. m IS r>r. %  "* —— THERE'S DANCER IN THIS WORM The common oaithwonn i. bai ilself, hut n oltcn KU .1. 1 \ 1 he eggs ol caeca! wocim .11.1 uiuiulw 01 ins OM* these laaOMaV P*" ,1 4 btnl'a intcMincs, ihey ripidlv .1 iiul iiuv load t' unlhril1inc' hj taUening PHENOVIS' pjMlMrj and jumr ptiHluitinn in theUycr\. "Irciintcnt wilh 'I'hcnnvis' n the sure 1 way of prevailing worm inl'csiatmn PIBBMVBV is made in powdci lor 111 t | mixing with the mah tlrdci from your CJlcmiil 01 AgnCUstttal Merchant. HAND mN(Hlll\/l\l DISI'KKSIBLt POWDER agaj •• Ail I.C.I. Product PHENOVIS BRAND PHENOTHIAZINE ibaBMtsaaaan THE WORLD'S FIRST CHOICE IN TYRES CITY GARAGE TRADING CO., LTD.— AOCNTS.


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PAC.I. f.ir.HT BARBAWIJ .IIVOCATE WEDNFsriW [>F ( 1 illil R CLASSIFIED ADS. — roH HK r n mM SAL S TELtWIOKE 2S0S. HOUSES SEAL nun I '* From Blrtno. aiarnaae r < %  %  %  i" Carlo II MMl-fr Ol fit 4m i oar "or* <•>• •" %  a. 1111 for %  lor an? '.> I* P. •* %  H.-O.. | i %  Ke.. atn.au.ll Traiiin I l*l-IM. rUltl Hoed %  %  Crmete" frWn* *f 4 i:, oclo-N I'll.. fti Hill .hildjai'ft I %  iftnii >.< l-i* i nil SAM AUTOMOTIVE l|OI *M. *"'•.; Wall Itov .. ON lU-fc %  til M per month •" jsrs SMAI I IAK lo*'a OlfM' l"t I II II "I I MMM I > .11 .1 Planfatai '. < P* K...I *1 THE" SMUCOLE* %  \ \l fXIM V >.| mond Shaw produced a Mich on Ihr iggiinn v; %  Me into ike took bar husband Mm* kly cooked doughnut*. Bui the sheriff, suspicious because he had Fin draining SHIPPING NOTTC S('ll(Ml Canadian National Steamahipe KIM A .cneme f.w '.he •cued • Hidden gun from hi"'••. W| *J !" >> '" riuband'i ,f11-ip... thai momlntl prepare mi >-tlihtinf * %  me a *. * a.-7J% %  ; s*f-B t>,h .ont.lnM a bulk-' -'rite" gun. M ,n,l mrl-of-Spaln. I now ocoupylnf cell in trulettte.' FINALLY HIS NERVE WAiS TAXED l AM 0M Mill. A.I rnndktlM —1 Orel aod la-ltrr Appl* <" at.ln.. Cltv Osa-as. Trading Co U. I3M-1 WANTED BELT inh ar-l thi-nra %  jattPJ .. s. MaHl Ihr Wr.tbu .,ll'. IN MEMORIAM lUIARIi I .,-. fart In* %  • Mane ol u< aoarit i*ii>*.r A '.led t >* "* Deei Al.>. .. ..1, ( %  IEM< ..lit I rtwrll llti Chilal l* Heller %  %  1 .r NTI UUOl i TIi ** ,., at —t W '1,. %  !•! %  rinl Cla** randitiiHi I M..UH aiMI lO.OaB 1 Au-tin A-* • %  n^p rh !" MM I II "-" inin-aj-JI (*IHI**i l7 Ma*." 1 v,„ Muni rt.lr. .llh -U*ariMiar TrinamUMiii Milf U.raa anl %  *i(l cor.m>> D-l * rourt-w Bfgl %  H-i— KCUANT TKUCK B**^t| -..-Th.nl i and painted •ppl* BartoadM Aarnci** ; wpbana ttaa %  *p Two Fhrdh-r. Thamr. ,*JS NFW Y()HK You tnicht think thai %  parllimentary commlltpc'i formal Invflrttlsnton of an income lax lOWn in Washington wouS'l lif noihinn Iml dry— dta rt droning nnd many a yawn. Not a im of M When Theron Caudto, who wn rar iuirUmitad in Ihr flrll lnl*ru J,.M 111 IU •*. rMraati %  ... HUH t( ncanily diimisaed by Pre-itden. fw5 5m MaWANTI 7! Truman from his, P"* Aattatant M •* lJ^r. Mai*iTni m.. oa-arai Attorncf-Gnwra) in charaa cC t^Apply w Mr. i...wtorcv. ritoa. i invesliication. appeared before II SI *" But MISCELUANEOL'K ittee of M.Ps the upectalo pi riKhl on Ihe edgeo AlS'TlgL'E JPAKIJ-F.HV a BUTIAl aaijt PURCHABED nonmNdr' ANTIQUR SHOP II l I ' la handy with his H*' : when they are unfoiu%  Oeorgr has Just won !ho division of the national i rochet championihlp*. Ha Mei Catldl* load Bl enmnaltta* that moat of Ihis dair*.y work m the he faarj Tor his life" as a result i.jb. "because I like to be with the of "cracking down ni rackeleers" >..v .n CnarlotM, North Carolina, and Surrender thai once, while visiting the cit> n | S tEALa,i TOUGH when against the advice of friends he Ull arc wim ted by Ihe u-meii, l.ad to skip out of the wny t when .pec.Hy M1 when you are on car Wed to run him down in tltelr "ten most wanted men" list Kings* The cor !. lo be %  irculatiil t> flttstf B.W 1 ierrt;nir approval and it la' anticipated that financial asaW-' mce will be made available Pram Colonial Development and Wet-; fare. A iTRire for the ti.miliiK of Uattad Klngartan waa considered unsuitable bv the Kingston City Council and It was thought more useful to establish and immigration men. Spotting school for the whole British her son Gunn. whom h had not Caribbean to which men could seen for 22 yeaca. Mrs. L, obliged be sent to get ir.nmnn in the flre*-ilh a nve-minute-'ong Norse jig. righting peculiar to the area. TtM Kingston Fit*, SuperinIIIS ritirNDS at the corner pub tP „deoi has been instructed to in Chicago never laugh at 49-yearcontact the Sup.imtcri i. %  a Link >*caue George F,re Brigade in Port-of-Spain is a hugliy foreman and) handy with ana to work out with him al for the establuhmen' ng school in the area. SS. IADV rtODNFY' LADV NBXaoN LADY BODNgT" LADY NUAON GARDINER AUSTIN CO., LTD. \ B .nti. HARRISON LINE Communist Casualties S.S. 8.S. Vessel UN'ARIA" Pl^NTKIf "rilAUEK" ••ASTHONOMEn MM Tin NODOM Frorri Due I.ondim lionduffi 'ill jggvi %  svS dayilgW arcs EI.ECTKiUAlJUKE miX -Or* Julia %  -orklns rrti ssMg • ItOUat Amrrican l*d* wsnld llW .p*riiiivnl n*r the Ma imn* Wrm* G C o Advocate. ITWO \MD PUTUCATINC .cBltient wrvrei E>p.rl#i>crd gnglM> tri<'l ordM Appl ta T rimiUOofi New Hulldlni at am • FJeruolui;' in peil.cl Snrr Klrw*. Ptuaas aaro 11 II SIllo Mooai blocl n.oilier M.UWIn Moonl. tS n Ihe Sth do. ol Drretnbei isao hack w grMt Ttie a... Wa never ihn.ihi that daatk was liaar ..hl pe'petiul o*i>e on hrr M, .r -hn lava %  in. i II ... I luWr. Mc <,r.ii.lrhlldrei Joan. HhlrlHr. HooaM lOrrnl ANNOIINC'E-MK N TS SB In food, and with >oui CM TOU gat %  m aw coupon how icrw In a lar" You can wl KKCO radla II certain!' !•*>• Id ..I A IIAJWEB Co. lid. n II IIPEHSO.VAL The public -rr hnt rained aSaW Sl .; %  : %  gTIU WOaitKIX rTARDi aa I do nol hold i l SI The publM are hereby Warned afalrll inn ii.-dii UJ rag -ii. IIUSaTrTA HIWITT ee miJ-l -• I d" %  I.it her antracUaa an dnn ,.,)H4 I. hi %  • -'It •inter -la-t %  IVAN H %  II Mi.h... LIVESTOCK MECHANICAL Ual> l-O^TAOK aTAMPII WANTSJ> . pa, (.—I pure, lor mad Slampi o t*m HMli.h Werl I. id*. .1 f-nbbe.t i\ | -.in BJBJ T. purchase for Ho-o Joaeeh. RUIK SI *." ,. III-. swouwsori i aiiTiiiU Ir 1th al ii -! % %  aaajes rtasst .-• I MiSCEiXANEOUS W.teiroloura. Earlv booka. Maaa, A Si-iihi etc at Uarrtngca Antique Shop idlilpilBg Royal Yarhl Club 1 10 n II n %  WMir. .t'e. IS Ja (I *o Modern i>r—a <(,,,., 4 u si an i i.ni \ quanntv %  > roundo Coka lor CtnUHUETfa HANDBACIS Im %  tbar iaiidbna Two lor lias Handoii|< with %  bouldac 'trap rtv of colour* N rni IM tn lllltWTMA* CAROIJI. A lupply Ol i*ae )uit received O rorke all *e Faithful II ,i k Ihe Herald A,* I. sing": > %  ea Wl K-ival rVavrdi Clll <"d real ><- niarr* fenUemen". While ShepherdwtWI Wl laVaa Klnei The lift Nowell"; ale. Rial ana Dn. CIHI, A VO K.I glacti thpi piTBt.ir mrraro IJUrOK I.KENSK gESSIGN i iinrav m i.u,. it. i ins. I i-i ISM granting al tmiivraie. lar Ihe renewal ,.' I ifte r.m-)i "I !( (tcrtnhcr ISM II oafetSk a m Dated Ihlm •"" da f M IIIIDDrjI. PaHra Maslatrale, Ih.l H" I OH II, KNSE SF.SSIGN IY live notKa that a Upaaa Ihe a...ili.. ll ol Citii newal ol liquor l4*e-t — lor the pariah of St Thomawill he held a| Oie POlire Court Itl-lii I !> Wrdne-lay the Itth dav i.l Uermntt* r ISM at 11 a* am. n.led Ol. M dav ul n-c.inber IPM J M KDWAUtai Police MaSM.ale. I li,l n:: 111 FNSF MSSION I IIKHMIY live nutlce that a liriiumi rul.m lor Ihe granllng ol Cerlif.i-atr %  r th. reneaal of liquor l.ren.elor •e pariah ol Si Jamoa will be hold at I ...irt Dlalrlrt "1" Hoict.iw II Frldav tlte Hal day „l December ISM Dated thl. Ird da. of lh-— %  •.-. i"M SYDNEY II NUKHK. Police Masiatnile. DtfUkl "1 Hnleb-wi. tli'M an l.iqt (IR LltENSF. gE88ION I hereby alve %  aSUsi tiiat %  llisngl ll lira |M Se-veral lime* Hw wilneaa leaped %  i and turned with dramatic ucturcs to appeal to Ihe Eiiblu seats. "The h.v itterness trsta* men (IJI North Carolina) have against rrh %  '.i.l im alculabka I i IJtlt lh ..'HMIlitiCV Ihougnl a prougi lo io ep tnrog u discounu from %  • man whom he knew to be under mvestigation fur lax irregularit..-. Caudle's defence "1 disqualine i myself in advance from handling that case." Dope ACTING OO B;i anonymous Up. I of Williamstown. Kentucky, waited at a iuiet crossroads They stopped a esU gnd arrested the four young Negroea in it. For. in the back of the car, was marijuana worth 111 A TasatMEHDOVi court tight, dubbed by observers as the Trial lOll, li.-i.nnc MM year old today 8aWaO> i H lurgod with conBo lar ;: IHHI.IHHI A-.nK <>f i-vidcncc have been heard And $31*00.000 have %  OM M CO*B1 two "'id a half lullHon ol IranTi by lha defenoe. lilt DAVID BAItR. ph.vM.i.nu-.chlel i. i. llowpit.ii tluil's i'.. M dtg itaye I a] I %  mill or.i f Amen. i,rough ovei-e.itinrf And. pOfnUtU ,. Kngland. he siiys that during urn we rti-nt on rhort rations, wp had n 1'" | in the numbei ol rMiha r rom arterla*clero*ls—ul il trouble^—whlcb cm coma (Toi overdoing the knife .md Rrt business, llarpo ONE of lha rtWtt popular songs n the juke-boxen these day* is Ouau^lan AniiiK Triecompoaer Hurpo Man. IN-lETTUlJ tlMM W thCltj That big i**ue the othetdaj left almosl entirely on the hafldl "f the un.iei writersThai dollar g;m Take nearl from one small bu' i On October IU the quotation to"30-day forward sterling" In New. York was 12.71. On November 9 it. -tovU.tf2.7l.. Toinghlitts2.70( And that quid, upward movement means just this: Growing rnfldeiue In Hritaii.1 among American moncv men. THE I'M'AI. REACTION hew York's docks when newcomers to America arc reunited rtlvas 'hey have iK>t SIH>II tor years aeems to be i rl'ol of tears. Hul Mr* Sotle Lund, a hale atsfl rasshQ Norwegnn grandmother aged 85, surprised Custom: Industrial Survey %  pram Our Own Corraepoonenti KINGSTON. NOV %  •> An industrial survey of Jamaica has been undertaken by a n al indu.-tnal ton United Statewll vising on de\-el..pnicnl huld be embarked on. The exports who carried out the survey are from tbu Urm of Messrs A T) Little. Inc., Industrial consultants, who similar work in coontouon, with the astoblishinent ol the Puert 1; t Company wit 1 ii.il.iMc L.-'iel, 1 ..Ii lilt Suggestion to inviie the Arm t roaka the survaj cana as a follow up to the recomi' • ,t the Sell J ireau i mlaslon which went to the U.S. earlier t*l* year t, attract American capital f investment In the island; t •ubacquetu visit of Mr. A. Hnldane. Economic Consultant ihe I'nitcd States Department Commerce, who made a study jl:,il porslbilitle < %  F.ICHTH ARMY HEADQUABTF.ltS. Korea. Dec. 3. The Eighth Army said Communists suffered 59.178 casualties during November The report said one quarter ol Communist casualties were in the sector aast of the Pukfwin River where the Bird Mivision attacked. for the week of Meyer Dembm. wanted for November 241h—30lh totalled iiaring bank robberies, complained 10.182 whereof 6.256 were UUd bitterly when he ouietlv surrend387 wounded and 89 were prisoner* —r.r. HOMEWARD FOR Tllr'. IMIlli BJN4 Vtasel For Rarbadt 'LJNARIA" llw PLANTER..London Far further Informatiao aply (a And after Ig years it Just get* you GOVERNMENT NOTICES APPOINTMENT OF SITEKVISOK. MAIN KITCHEN GENERAL HOSPITAL non-pensionable post oi ilnry of $480. rising by Appliialions are invited for the I. n Kitchen Qs a ar a l Hosntti uiinual inrremenis of $48 lo $1112 per annum Applicants should not be over 40 years of .... attained a satisfactory standard of adu c at t o n and should have had some sptritnee In housekeeping duties an a large scale. Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 12th December Ml, ft.lt.5L— 2n. DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents ANNOUNCEMENT We have been advised ment Committee that TI uled to call at Barbados direct to arrive here eorlv m j vised that, in order to assisl Trade i bados and New Bgaland storage position in Trinidad th. jo sail from New Zeal.H Barbados, provided lllflfli Mini ROBERT THOM. LTD— Agenla: III I 11 DA COSTA & co.. LTD. Aga na i M MAN Mil /I XI \\|i | n SHAM Slllll. \1 BION ( 0 I ll> NEW Zr.AI.AMl -IIMTIM. i O I i the o adAhich ni.t the U.fl %  pttal Pains in Bad Gone in 3 Hours .-a-rpbatnaor VACANT POST Or STEWARD AND CLERK AT THE I.AZARKTTO ROVAI NPIMhOI ANIAC Applieations are invited for the pe,,Mon.ble post of Steward and RUTAL Nl". |*ttKLANUh clerk nt the i-aiaretto. Salary will ba on the scala of $1,200 \ 72 SI 032 per annum, snd will be BUbJOct to a deduction of 4', Il ance with the provisions of the Widows and Orphans Pension Act. 1928 {1928—S). in addition, a non-pensionable cost of living allowinct wlU bg pavgHa In accordatice with approved rates. Uniforms vnied. _' The appointment will ba on Iwo raars 1 probation ind win i" made subjul to the -elected applicant being passed as medically lit for employment in the Public Si 3. The minimum educational qualification which will i>r accepted is a pas* In lha Cambridge Loral School Ccrtiucate or %  similar y.imin.itiun of equivalent standard. Applicants should be the ages of L'I fM 31 vears. 4. Forms ol application and further partsi I 'o the post m;iy btobtained from the BUperinhMdgfri of the Lazaretto Appli %  atlons should be addrcsaaa to the Dire, lor o( Medlcg] Services, the Wharf. Bridgetown, to resch his orBee nut later than Wednesday. Ihr iSth of December, 1951. 3. The successful applicant will be required (a assume duty at Lba rarlitBt possihle opportunity, not later thnn 2nd January, 1932. 5.12.51.—3n. STEAMSHIP CO. MI IM. nioa 11 atori n i UIIM — :KIU, %  ; Is NAABISM—-Hi I" FOSKIDOM—SOUl bocrn Dei. llr.ii SAILIN0 TO M.TH \I I III! \ %  is ninMr-iAD ." n. IAIUNU IO l'\II\M Mill'... A I.l I.l IF I.l I \s \ l.s terr-NTo*-.,!!. D i roa| tuns .1 i ,, ja.j IM1INO TO TaiNI.%a. I'.MtHKil.n Ml. I S. IOHH-ni" nece...be.. 11)1 lAIMNO TO taiMIIA.. IIK.SI KO H \ UUaUl ttaal : % %  ..her. last III --OS SO' Ai.-n '•W>0***eV**% >^3 the corner of Crumpton Street with the exceptions noted in POLICE TRAFFIC \OTMK AGRICULTURAL EXHIBITION ON TiTH AND 6TH DECEMBER, 1951. 1. The drivers and riders of all vehicles approaching Queens Park between the hours of II a.m. and II p.m. shall do so by way of Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, and leave by way of Constitution Road or St. Michael's Row. 2. The following street and roads shall be one-way to all vehicuIi traffic: — (S) Cluinpion Street, fiom Roebuck Streel. (b) St. Michael's Row from the corner ol Crumpton Street and Constitution Road. (c) Constitution Road, from and Si. Michael's Rowpara. 4. 3. The drivers of motor cars shall be allowed to.park on (. oi ititution Road facing north, and when leaving, shall do so by M3 %  llelmont Road. 4. No persons in charge ol any vehicle of burthen shall be permitted through St. Michael's Row. Crumpton Street, or COO Road between ihe hours of II a.m. and II p.m.. except when returning to remove exhibits. These shall only ba lUoanad to pasa tiown Constitution Road, from Belmont corner in single line and enter Queen's ^ Park by the Governors Gate returning the same way, and proceed In single line by way ol Belmont Road. Made under Regulation 3 ol the Bridgetown and Speightstown (Traffic) (Amendment! Regulations 1943. R. T. MICHELIN, Commissioner of Police. Police Headquarters, Bridgetown. Iftth November. 1951. 1 2.31—3n S.P.C.K. BOOK DEPARTMENT ftallllirf *nii The H V -Moneka' C.IT.'.I %  IXmilnlca. NCMI Hi" Tha B.V M. | :.. bo mOtirr! Ilaarevood >MII accrt't J'-aaei.*-. lor si. V. i.r-i... (i—.id.. .1 a of depaitura to be FRENCH LINE 4if < %  ! %  iraiisalliiniiquf aad i rfa ftfarttai and i %  igag. .rid Mjg ( mi" %  ieei 2RO.N BEDSTEADS WITH SPRINGS and SPRING FILLED M Vt TKI SSI S recently received, do not wait until the 1**1 mon BUY NOW CEKTRAI. IMPOIt irHi Corner Broad and Tudor strrrta C. F. Harrison 8t Co. 1st Floor COME TO TOY LAND i II eau aoff.. rtull —.not rioat •i.l—. rou >-• %  -< rtirUar tnaaa aftsh ."Unary m-dlnnee baeaoaa von must kill U-e initii In rowr aMaara OUWr m# -taa of Kldnar and ltaStir • are icinli, IranHtnl anal Fa.niul P*aaga. Galtiog u, Nignta, I.S r.oi.. L..a-Rs<., N.r-o u ^. M "•"" Irom Tba MAKE THIS A RC.4LLY HAPrY CHRISTMAS FOR TOIR I t:II MIS AMI RtLATIONS BY: — BENDING till M CfttmiBTMAR CAatlM LIVING THEM BCM1KK rRESCNTINC. TIIEM WITH A DIARY ! We still have on display .i wonderful r.ince of bl -mgly and in boxes. Book'. I I all t ;!c;: Fiction of books for Chlldi gfl <>f -dl agas. Cystex •^t^Ti„aia>. Slaaw •ar .. MJ. ~ '.: %  : Diane*. Enajaeement Pads. Addre-* B-Kik* ruidirr Scorers tC Hathgff bindings. Christmas Tle-n Tats: Stirk-on Chri.tma% LaaMtsi l-ean's Rar Ba*k* rr the Children. Dresslnt Doil Cul-0W and lather Turk's l.illle RamkIMionc I 127 I il %  / % %  HAVl . 2 TOYS (Flank iiml Mechanical) DOLLS (All SI/.., TEDDV BEARS TB1-CVI II S PICTIHI BOOKS 0AMBS IND ll\l I (l(IN< BrinB alone Tour K Ihomsrlvr^ Ft %  At BARBADOS Hi\RDW All EC.Ud. IThc llmisp r..r BarfalBs) 16 Swan Street — — — Phum ^•.-,•.^•.•.•.•.--•.^•.^•.•.•-•.-.•.v•.--•^.•.-.%v-.•.-.-.---.•-•.•.•.-.•. /-. %  .-.---.-.•.•.'--.-.-.-----.•.•.-.-.-.•.-.•-•.-.----I



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WEDNESDAY. Ill.< 1 Mill 11 n\nn\I)OS ADVOCATE PACE SI M S WIFE OF JCV MINISTER A'KRESTED L.T.A. Expenses Limit Will Be Scrapped itid for strict %  IMlfflirifsTII in lawn tennis will be %  *>*> ^''Vixif-^^ItS**^""i i i i i %  n* Mnii? njiv OPT. 3. made at the annual general mevin iwn lenniAssociation 00 December ft Theiealter it will be possible Hon. Joaq For British pkortrt to receive"reasonable' expens* If the) : ? ''' ran gel ihrm, fur b'2 weeks in the ><;i: The council propose to abolish thoemht tournament n tlon !<• bring oui rules Into Una with International Kederatia ant al playera to draw CM • t tournaments it vear unless officially nomlni thLTA. arrested bv this mormnjc on a similar charge U arrested K SatUf l.i> niioiwn,:. ..r rested -lurtlay charged with conspiracy Id several persona in connection with a < lo rarm a Ml a racket —which was estimated bv police logiw. SW.OUO In a simile -• the'iavffnwUonsi'FeoTraUon. The wtatee-ltrisT but that plenty o7 uJ^TS^ '^^ mr present rule allows plaver. to promising voung centre-forwards b forc "^ P 0 "** !" *" "s> draw expenses for only eight are oti the'way up. tournament* a year unless urnThere Is keen rivalry for the tially nominated by the LTA. centre-forward postticm I shall be surprised if the proArmy team between ( NO NEED FOR PANIC (Fran Onr Owa Correspondent) GBOROsTTOVrN Dai ti. F Me.sservy, Control ei Supplies aim PtiCl declared today that than m ao naod to et paoftekj ovet the City's, food supply H ItoCfca to hand were adequate t tide over the difficult period U&owlng the disastrous tire. Mesaervy admitted the huge iocki of foodstuffs destroyed SS^Lm S S ^r h" Could not 1Hreplaced, but his department which is can > Racial Peace Seen Near Ih* abolition of discriminatory i this country's ra 'i be solved %  %  %  night ^••uncil propoie to abolish fair guide to Uk of llntlie eight tournament rOStri t UO il Iain's b rt SSt SOCCSI era*)—Shi Ui buna our rules into line with there Is the usual tjMTtaai !'.. v. it an Immediate taking the neceeaan can \ .. AA ^ w W.Km-n ai : %  Q til bond aren da M lr „ r %  i f l.M. ind stock which I %  v %  I rtftH red are Insured -I,,. \,-gro, such ,-.. .....— .Brit mrtad M u„ posal doe* not meet with oppoBubble Smilh. Jim Henderson of S""* 1 ** to head Ihe Jamaican cdu> r "< *''* complclel.v ilest roved. |i ,1 B nd Hand-In-Hand Con panio %  nchutement educ.isitlon. for there la feeling against Portsmouth. Vic Keoble of ColCBtlon 'ram for the conference— I* estimated at well over $250,000 i. lt UM vicinity of 13,000 0 [ion and Jim Crow It. but it is unlikeU to IKeffeeChester n.1 Derek Pace of Aston na dropped out of the lean All the major firms are taking Cm tlve against the will of UN counVilla. which Is now led by Director f step* SB rOBMBM bUaatOBi r kflBJ ., tion Of 'he de* trove. I To.l..\ I.UOO.Oufl Southei n N |."iy 'luarters as soon as possiwharves in the vlebuty of grots i ltd. "and the Me and to ensure that no hardSSoOOOOO Th,. origin of the (\re twice as T %  u ( .i iha Bran M standard OH (A whose loss is estimated to be weh 0V*l S2""IHI Ftagart) mated their damage in the vicinity W ; Because of the arrest Malcolm *>' 5i.otKi.ooo. The Demerara Meat beet who was due to : %  pany whose stocks and equip^^igS^f-4*v /tame FAMOUS for Pickles far yenerttfions Ptckw Whtrs Onions Miand Piclde* Co, • %  %  Gherkin* C'o C*ow FMalilli Wainuii 1 oof Af*"fi T '• %  ildti Grant Ltd fl' dftiov. which i ell. Smith, having had more exEducation HaxoM Boogtaton What will the change mean? In pcrlence than the others, is likeT,u sllnlgter*! am practice no change. The eightly lo keep his place for the Army's farm work fraud charge came : the staff, especially In week restriction work* only In more important games with the OS the Regional Labour Board view of the neertbi theory. Belgian and French armies in the began its Hrst session of the curThe hardeM hit ai. th, srarni I Another amateur restriction Is triangular tournament later in the rent OOnfarstaOa at the Labour Doami UM 001 to be abolished. Coming into line season. partment to discuss recruitmenl are now out of fobs. Garnet! with commonsense. professional ._.. ••• p, '''"riLu.uk%  afgaMHi ana at other sports will no longer be Reeoie Un The Winj; nbr the U.S. next year and the destroyed, estimated their loss barred from amateur lawn tenBy then, Henderxon. recently arrival in the Island of 50 United RISO at $1000000 .1 iVJ 1 M2!2 l hl %  f uln,, d 1 lt "„ rA P? 1 *" ^'P l y** ' W"* Indian The baggex problem of housecheery reading in the at Highbury, may And himself on labour lo discus* (heir requirewives is to get edible oil Dsaptfc ith the Board. The Board the rise of copr.. ipened Saturwaehs BSJO, production ll still low. in.. There financial side of the LTA' port which reveals a C 1.000 proni. This is only the second lime since from centre forward the at Highbury, may find hii ps. the left Wing. Keeble. wl scoped four goals session which was but the Government In tight S UtnCCI NSll ta> appointing | r.imniitto uiiv. Hie solar I..,, .ind gnthoul a single untoward lactdi i Negro BUMS %  I ill alnio bC K.me" rha apaoshsg \:I-M point -WASHINGTON. Dec 3 Piwnljd by I %  stnhowoi rapttodwiUi A^aanoai said to M the Si non-committal "Thank Youto *<'*''• woman to eon. %  Ph. 1 "llwnk You" Kopublicans % i h ey*Te always SO Mrll-inannrrtHl!* .hiH n,ed v aUO bein Wed presided over by Frank CatchpoM re w ,v 1K ...pphes f..r distribution H...se f-vou. him H 11.. '" dsgiiOOTai I^ibour Adviser of C'D. A W. will at Christma.. but the tire destroyPi evidential candidate. Eisenhower '• CTtsrtlni aO inferior caste "intirme lo nidoy. cd more than $10,000 worth of wrote Itepresent..:..,W stellng !" 1 1 (n| lu """ lnan edible oil and $3,000 worth of Ode. who conducted the poll, that ( >"' l">imlat mu* Tea. lur for 27 Years crude eocoanut oil. posing a big he was %  'flattered" to hear that t elanona are not problem both to housewives wh.> %  epubUcani "fatl that I have the %  n.n She PSara <>t age. Maicould not get oil and to local soap necessary qualifications to fill the '1 1 ' %  '•> <" wu an elementary school manufacturer oopi* M sj h aat post to oar country." of Bearsted (Kant) the othl* !" f< "' Uon increases by 500 bags of the similarly named Bane !" ; '" ,r he Joined the holldavs. Thors will I-no distrl,.'.' ..u -a.a,.. #, .. About £3.500 was spent on conchthan Tlefc Freeman who. retlrtng Januuca labour Party then on ,„„,„„ next week V^ V i. i Ing. rears ago with high honours and ala c Uoa in 1049 was appolntea ;u -lican ^wWenUal non.inatlon. S|iiash Invitation 3 775 wickeu in his hag. went to Education Minister in the new guvPhones In Ordrr Prestige of Cambridge Univer' ,Wf "'' '" a house rtiU fancifully ernment Tel en hone eommu sj-w itiESSr s?$ S gj&* s & ""'-'"' %  ""-" %  *— — the juccrm of ih.. Caml.rl.lin!" %  "? a, !* I> ""*': %  '">*> % %  *! %  rowing right Ihet.this No* ,'" .'* !" >>"Hni 'or Buutnd I h.r lh.l Ihp Univrnllv mi.o* .'T s ? W" "" h n '.lu.iII. i the (..the. „l hvp .iuUiirn WMdl Mfa dMtupUjd in th...nc Rludytnu for ihp bar In Eniiftljolnlnl Mum i hind and othi'rs In thp lornl civil normol tnjs afternoon tflai II • '.HO The Minister will not horns ol oonUnumu woik bv lol.rnrkcls team havr lie-'n invit.-.l lv "" > r '<,v n 'hough .it 65 ho ""'-'id "i' tneeUngi. In tho House communuations engineer, and lo the United Slat.-, next spring. """• >'"' ">•>" '"•" Fnman V.' *WP* Ul "' "' Executive linemen Pawei UB Thl, the result of n recent •*.!!?!•. %  *>" % %  Muggendge. vliit to thu country of Mr r. II SHr*-"* **, h not been hear that the University sqiin^ r f 50 > p ; ,r and has i %  aekets team have l>een Lnvltad l '"* vn >*"* %  •*•" 'hough lllm-l Ih IUANH tbUura to af latter eaatsgasad to dostroy mu %  bungi No nati.m the question whether lie tan withstand Ihe long strain soospl UM bad %  > delate i'l aasaponi card SSH h otbar The laws of seventeen Stats nd the l)i-tii<'t ,,t CoiUgftbtg gOI aortt ptill among his said, require Negr. guas during August and attend segregated scliools and thS.|iteml'' Se n a to r Kobcrt A Taft mass of the negro popul announced a candidate got 'I .onllned to "gbetl votes and Basenhoweaot *4 lo "1 ihinL I I" Nrtrr MB heal. n< •. i i lr.ur id" loir.bur-: glaOJi toot calm ami clleelra ". "dUssf *o*' of Ihotr hlllr hilt of loose lobactn on my liftt In %  /•in! my makeup". ^ %  >l mi "iiiii'., ih.tiiL %  oadasBSBii hm I IIU-I say I do like |gW w.i Ukt] nrirr .lirL I""" Alliifielhrr, we seem lo hui'i ilii.nriirti jii'l nhfitl Ihe btil brhmtJ iif.irrlte one fin gel ". Bigelow organiser' of the U.s! I?''""., "* %  '":' ,hl Hobbsi national squash rackets chamSll,r ">* Of the game, pionship and United States representative of the Jesters Club. %  V. i . a visit remain.* largel. iinan< lal one, but 1' M n Robins. Cambridge captain, and his team have collected half the passage money and hope that thev will be able to raise the remainder In time to accept Council while on trial and It Is onalso down were liclpated In oolitlcai circles th.it vhicb i natorad and h '* w l resign his Ministry CLERKS DISPUTE SETTLED Krward M. B H Knibb*. the Ban%  1B i "''* d cc *retary. assure* me ih.. xhal Muggeridge has become so used to bowling a length that ,-^ ... „_ nowadays he cannot do otherwise, r !" 'r-uwa.**i*_ T which almost induces me to say Th „ rmn SS^i %  spdefjiUv; -,>,„ him in the coun^^L^^S^ ' rd at the famer^^,. ra p uv;e5 n i 0 r 1 ^: ^ 7?3Sft ^ the rugh, and agam | about 12u ""' ,vt "' hvniK IHUIUS retrounits ore still pouring hundreds years. Last season Muggeridge %  •' Jebrls took 70 wickets, mostly for the ""' alarkl -^'CO dttUj to BBd .i DBU IN > third team, but a few for Mie "How elmployers to saercl I Itien afternoon to reserve (Hilice to reItrft. i real t.i ll\ the port ff>r duty at the scene of At their dinner tomorrow the eata bans. the fire tomorrow morning to help members will give him a teleRelief was generally felt at the in keeping the huge crowd from vision set. He has earned It. amiable settlement of the once the roped area. —I..E.R. tense negotiations. It was disclosed today thai Bath Club next Wednesday, anil lEX-ESS although Robinson would have S,P to excel the best form he has shown this season to beat his opposite number, C. B HaycraH Cambridge hope to end the run of recent. Oxford successes. Ton Much Talent Army repreaentaUve team— n Wooney. the Anhbishop of the West Indies and the Mayor of Georgetown issued meslo those who 'tied loss and the families who are homeless. No deaths have been repor t ed, usoueh four firefighters were hurt. The Red Cross p it thioiufhoul ui the Blent, tending the homeless. iigiving tea and sandwiches lo tlrei lighter^ ami hctp-'is ill UUOUflb rl DOCTORS PR0VFD PAIM01IVES BEAUTY RfSUlTS. Nul lo IlirOltoo UM MI--i.il ,\ asiallly i tsw ssasMeo. it'saaBJMOI io he past alnaM lbs asaasl llnra .. tad I basVes %  •*'. ( sea rbea the mmh* u ueeened b Ih, .In Mgaudf. filler Up, I'li'l lit .iriv'i"'!. 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PAGE FOUR I'. Mil! Mills AIIMlfATt \\ I IIM si) \Y III I I Mill i: BARBADOS t—T — AlMXnTT Bruce Blunt s Column ILLUSTRATED BY OSBERT LANCASTER i inil.rr 5. 1*51 THE BEST OF LIFE WHAT ADEiNAtER FOR FINEST CHRISTMAS CARDS A4.IIM I II i in: THER1 i supply. Bui >lii' i food again aaesni to outstrip the A lurat D* %  lpfiity lo supply %  I il thai Department can readily spntariate thai continued (allure to wpply u many string beam ami lettua %  %  w,,nI '" ''">'.ruiiui.il Deportment's difiV ulucs dot) Imnn tin %  the food H is time that the %  •• m• %  oi aha l> pertinent were Ailed They will only bo LaJ inducement is offend to rnei ol ability. r ol Barbados in a speech to the Legislature on April 29 ISM warned that ";.:: Ptm 10 the Treasury from vacant parti ol standards" would "be the rasultl ol false economy." The Oo rer n o V i warning was not taken so far as the Agricultural department was concerned. The vacancy In Agricultural extension work has not been Tilled atnol III BelOTOW left two years ago and officers who now till key poata are likely to leave soon .litmus of ser, unprowd. These unfortunate circumstances ought DOW to have developed. There has been plenty of warning. The Governor himself gave one early in 1950 and then UI ban continuous support m the Prat* for the view that Barbados isprirnarly u agricultural country and cannot afford to neglect agriculture The warning ol the Governor, was not taken and tod %  '>' warning the peopk01 this island that the day of reckoning is at hand. Barbados cannot continue I" discourage tirst class ubility by offering third class laUrlca The island has so far been (DttUDOto in obtaining the .iTviu %  1 many Barbadians with lirsl class qualifications but to-day even many of these are tiiidm I more lucrative and moiu eneoiuaginj! to tind employment elsewhere. [figfa on the lisl oi prloriUei to be dealt with by the new I : mbly kl tin question of eniolunients for the Agricultural Department. An overworked and understaffed department will always do its best under good leadership and the department is fortunate In having an enthusiastic Director with wide experience of agriculture in Uu Weal Indies but Barbados' needs are too urgent fur a policy of "make do". There is little to be gained from deploring the past although politicians would be less than human if they neglected to draw thaconclusion thai the recant government has been more concerned with getting the maximum Hum the employer for UM workera pay packet, than with the soil and food production The Governor cannot be melud.-d in this note of Condemnation, He placed the production of food as the second priority after water and he gave his timely warning about false to my lewlllng from tower standards. Unfortunately his words fell on deaf can end lo-day we are all pi the penalty a* mure and more people Mock into the town and the land loses its cenluries-old appeal. Than ii Both lined by an inquest on the past; what the voters want from both pottl il pai %  i i el lions is an insurance that whoever wins the king pin of Barbadian economy and that no effort is spared to persuade the best egrleultunet inclcs and to keep theui by offering attractive remuneration and conditions of service. ISfil THE Tricnds of Fat in ba tw i IOIHINL; the %  aa*. The Aral is lo 4 I Fat people. say some fut raadafB, were M riir, have %  %  %  %  i hej ••>•' jhunm d M era food, * deMl IIIS untold yards ol KBOW1 uu are made that it la almi. • fat -* lo get any iMhii. at all. %  •-tiri| part, here In n.l|> In .„i. ii deaaVt layer KI taint." In rhe sups ri...t r ..ii the A ,,. Travel GuMM i" Europe, The ouue moUva ii anal f..' I "Some Epfti^iinu %  igni Apart tr*iv-h*r ideaeraVd Jiy heavy; part >•# i-nern.aU n thear tamp *' r ui... Break faat hnsee Mail IIUH il ...nl.l • %  on ?ril l;i\ i,Mr. Isabella Heelon In i...Ill Management." lat ed Among Hoboes The Hobos' Hall m m> village Bramdean waa a BOWBBI K.--1 DM b judging •*>* loaiumes. tiil; lea si 4 s<> Is a rll > *..Ik of life; dlnni luKgeat MpaM of all." oniB in and aee uMr Heidi bring your own food with ad (By ( ii ,RL! B WIOHTOW BONN. pENT. bald. Bavarian Fritz SehaefTer. tb West (oi mi ing that the 1' HIS talks on Germany's in would save him £550 million on his Erratic acounti Milling* In Ihe book of pli and people whom 1 know U me to auapect the accuracy nfji-nnual budget, advantage. Information which I caiino* book 15 great n*n. N* Jiut ,, t heard that n „ (l eeiMon was taken to USA,"? inat would enable him to dnw %  tug nniH reaaip • %  I pencil marh through thai figure which n Not s> Bad ut the coati oi Allied occupation. %  J uaareel ha nJ eart i I (.'haneellor Adenauer Mron 1951 publication. ?"** -.11 '',''." < t..wUy ruw boMight form in ..f naua oral .-.iinemanta rlUca who nevip knew him. ley waa not •> ban thai. HI i He hart great He could 1* very food little dem-Hle m llo. It is -n A naa Of gumming onl) need to an.. Utaai .^•ert then. e I v.for instant Rogi rteog^dtton Hera la one readers summinghim on hta rounda. fkuuh ^'Z:.i^ , ,„. oflta "fi-^T.> ,:r,r^ MUM John. waa hung -1 an exhibition of hitl artist's work. When several, iuiiinjc rnyaeU, sew It, we Jioughl that there had been a laiake. It was o unlike the . Bfhi %  aad mown. uggested to John Ihut the l M n wrongly liibelled. He answered "No. il Is Crow ley nil right, but 1 did aanlOt *im myself." %  brilli WE TAT KOTU ** %  •*• %  %  Uie ..•Hawaii: 1. We ate ha| efwk. and 3. We have a grand sense of humour; that 4. We donl worry unduly; 5. Our just In Hi oomptoxl i are real and much better. Ill LOSE. aU, an Oie fallow in* ft* ('IUI chief robber ountrle-j 1 We can't wear jewellei> This all •' %  **; (uakMB we're .<" '' %  %  ,n,,M, H nwrnlation breaks downti ( H I high an't always wei fill,III ui Ii ;* all (he purpoies reqalred. The Fri-iich and other OoaannsaUI hare a hablf of paroliitf UW moavm; tral n <• a rwstom which no Enalish peitllewotiiai. ahonUI, hi :Utfhtest depree M" %  He lUirt say how Crowtey i In the c Unix-f on' his death, lew] and were gone and the face had become that of an aaWeUe. I —-•-"— %  Spanish grundwr with a UUk) fs Martll P' n,ed •*•"* '".pressed by toe to exactly ^ umlMr9 ^ (he hpud „ h< lhta saw It. John old true, fine Irarariaa Itut if waa certainly n'rt the C r ow 1* 3 of former Unv old magician had brought off a vanishing tiick at last. Si*n. Please My thanks to all kind readars who sent designs for my inn sign. They are still coming in so cannot be judged yet. One thing embarrasses me I have a lot of signs, but not a 'ingle brewer has 00 i ii,)i one on liaTfl Appeal For Fishermen AN Because whero the Cricket Pile: used to be a capsized fishing boo: (K> fiEORGr: 111 Ml %  i |wo and was bursting its sides buffeted b ..Id man weaiUig clouds of spray >Shtly linged Jan. f| ^ f |h Prith brown break thundenngly /l'.,' 1„"^ n irnUa that aftemo,.n. -I hop. milhon an immediate decunon, Hntish taxpayers arould have tn meat the equivalent <>f an In the £ income tax next year. Of the £550 million total paid to the Allies tor the cost of occupying Germany, Britain drawing almost one third. This unpllee for n* i 1! A 11 It and the R.A.F. %  quanta ns In Oerrnany. When the occupation stops (and, of course, it can't go on for ever), that stops too. Germany's contribution towards the cost of the Allied forces here was one of the three btg differences between the Western Powers and the Bonn Government which brought about to-day's emergency Four-Power talks YOUR TURN \ long, and sometimes bitter, meetings with th,. Bonn Prime Minister 1] the past few weeks, the three Allied High Commissioners ui Germany told their Foreign Ministers in London. Paris and Washington. "We arc stuck. It is your turn lo %  rgue with Adenauer." The Germans are offering the Western Powers L2 tough Wehrmacht divisions in return lot the end-of-the-occupalion treaty 'So they do not see why they should pay for he Allied army as well In any case they have told the British that tt will cost at least 1:2,000 million to organise !';rms and equip the new Wehrmacht at the %  tart Premier Adenauer told the High COaUAVaf sinners that the Germans might be able to find u little more than the present £550 and down > John. tpU. xaid hesl nitrui. %  No No from St Subiiui % %  < a> ' "fiX ,1 In. ...III. ..t iloilllll.......I I." %  "' %  %  '•" "' "'" WI "" ''"' I...I lor nn undcrllnii rope lo a Ijtnc mahowny ln H1 wu ,„,, only ,1,^-tlul fan i. rloar BWUV whoso ruou w.-re alr.-aily belnK that I M u i walked " ~i T Om rUM "I "' %  "id mn "' "*"nnliwd l.y ih.warn nlwtdown u ml,, dump of ntw lUnd .'•' • reU-nllesl l.u>Tlirrr U aurraw II i nir) urn. .1 %  mi'l.'l rowing "M %  <•""• hou: rrmlunr. Sh,an N „ wilkma iloll. Ihc Much !H A !" d !" *? and 1 "" ,1 '?' ""' JUer. ".! h „' 1 'r =r m .T,.i\;;,',r 8r us I2k ta ^ laa old man %  pajaJi Ooh But, repplng the table, he bluntly warned '.hem : "\V.> point-blank refuse to pay for both the new Wehrrnacbl and the Allie< Li Germans The British High Commissioner, Sir [VOM !S?" W , ]S!* d i b H2 .^irkpatnck, and his French colleague Andre rrow today in usher, ., There -irroi l ailCols-roneet were just as blunt to Adenglrl i watch. No one Bpeefca. Oolj Uv W.IMS thunder and crash anil UM I. i viotenU] .'i broWB-wtllto sands thrusting ils way between the roots of Ihe tall green caauarinas. it 3.3H on Mima... aftci EMERGENCY 1 r "" ,,K ''" %  .. % %  .! %  %  tid one, as he stood feehni: UM rOTVaCu. plaslUnfl *" l ihitching the stick used to kil lap round hi* fe.l WOUld n.ive ftharks. and "studying the waves' Ihousht thai 12 noun bafora a litwhile spars and canvas wen Oft!TAIN and Fiance, already bearing the lift!,*;: 1 "" "" m """' SiSre"srsi.**" n hc r * h '-~-"^ sh " f i~" "• %  •"> %  No ana looking at the tpol 1 ment burden—while (Jermany is .1: men play tnbutins tn the Advoeate riind t<> almost nothing—are unable to pav anothe: I l %  their sorrow and Ui shov. .t > > J t II his llrat how nu.ch we^pp,,ate thai ^ ,nnV '" """"•' iOU, they told Adenauer. Ihl 1 biace • IS yesterday, faith in God and confidence in u_ !" at ls !" main problem which wa> %  tackled in Paris to-day. The other two big difficulties holding u\ the end of the occupation—and parallel formation of the new German Annv—are :— lleeall Hv R. Ilnv* They Cheered V ONE: What happens if a sudden emer M. Mart Old, Lesson For King NEW YORK While British comic Norman Il will IHten years ago next Wisdom was doing one of his "sofl month that Mr rimrchlii. 111 the shoe" routine* during his Aim tcs gencv arises in Germany ? days immedi.iii-ly .ifter Pearl liarM the Paramount studios in Hnlh The IblM Wosicri. Powers IndM on reserv %  1 nal rnonuns U* %  . n more violent I imc rushing up at Uu 1 leapt the fenoi ind pu md OD and on until the earth had been covered in the garden of old Trees." tier lily pond ed mi UM Uuei %  eattarad LUM Ntt of draggled aeawead all over '!> % %  lawn. Only salt water lish could now m ihe wimiian,; pool. ix,,,,. u ,-nl lo Washington. wood. ... Hut ihe I id.mage.. And a hinhhghl of that memorwearing his usual sloppy sport.' the garden which suffered n ble visit was the |oint PraM conclothes, came wandering Bin. Ing their right to declare a state of emerFrom ihe sea's too paastonaUemf,.|,., ic held hv President RouteCrosby %  ,.___„ ,. ritif h maanv rilll ni .i M militarySMU brace. v. it and ih. 1 U "I wish I could do that; he m.., ^'" l > hi, b means restoring mihtar> #o\ Out among the breakers howNobody who M It, aa I did, will mured "i need a danee rouiim %  ernment in the event of grave public disBUM of destruction lt."t ever I Bt ttlOVJ put on for my next picture." rri(1 „.Ki'h th^ R..nn flnvprnm^nt foiild not ,,,... pi.. I 1 in top form So Norman promptly gave Mi rdtr whlth tne Bonn government could not mpatience. Stately flak Ing ware enchanted— a lesson, and they gossiped about control. %  Ji happv names like "Opalmo I in ihe proalf at St. Andrew" — as their eyes swept from older, and back igar But. of four* Hit unlooked-for climax bursl on us all when Mi _.. .... Churchill. tm.Miuirlng some doubt ^m Krewster moaned hysterical%  German Communists. %  thai he was clearly vially. and policeman William Ken-[ bka to ..11 bands, luddanly clamnedy tensely covered the snak Nursery RhyimIn GARY. Indiana, Our IIVuclars Sn\ Ihtf Sli'Hf rhr To fhe Editor, the Advocate, SiR,—I am among many 1 find that the D been revived at the Industrial BsOiibition this year and hope that it will be I ihow. IVhal 1 ihould ke to ranUnd the public and espeeiail paoi children to the Show that they should not ,ips must avoid the temptation True U II that well bred dogs I piteful like the mongrels but Uv 1 1 ire not always in the same Hi a well ny people, and %  tr a ng ai Ith it. in.rtumtv** were torn adrift fiom ceetlings ihelr anehoi and thrown against cuter to %  each other in angT) dltd eavad IB and masU dropped, trailing rope and canvaa Into UM Ua buMol amter. Borne sank, HHM t.te.1 three ^urvive.1. It r^VVeM j ^ dimned. irk when the ml up nn w hilood wth hiv Bun. policeman And went ihiwn lo the beich at two in hrrp lc |mOWledgln| n delightcharged Int.. the darkened nun md no ad raot of •PBlause and snatch* I the sleeping baby out boats could put out 111 thai raging What la asking now of harm's way. Then Kenned-. A 1 be foUOWi Brad and the snake flew to piece. .,T, 1 iheDOUld 00 nothing by Mr. Truman with another Jottf was a porcelain snake, and in only wait unlll the flr>t ylnnp ca durlni Ihe comUxly quite knows what it was d. of da>hgl" showed them a scene Ing viall? iS ln *re. %  raid) hi neeled by the children If tha remark WM made tn hi> unii VllUnH p,.^ wn „ ni lhry „. i.paclty. and there can prcwn B ve.trwnen. It is in tl. „lubt llv.it il arat, d eaoaot (nt,^ of tne children that om.,1 f.n i!.-.. I.. %  An emergency might range from a Rec Army invasion to a revolution of new Naz. member* Duly l'ir*t To The Editor. The 4deocale— ot that body and so U II uMlahcd to keep' than fr.-m 00 repoti of the meeting he asked to atone for his .. and out of the Courts. Of the St. Michael Vestry a few mNt x. , ., Showing any greot measure of days ago recorded the grave dls,*!, %  l\ se'tled. If t ., R| M| Cox>s lo i eme;il DDntenl Of members of that body \\ T Cox had Iwn concerned In Wl]l „ ot bt|n „ tnr desired apologconcerning the alleged remark of |h( inquiry in his capacity as a lu „ ranMdV the situation. And Mr M V.. Ool ..1 the recent 1 1 ublic life need not be s. ceaa AUca Enquiry "Chat UM Vai 1 ntl had been made ,| UI1 S |,uined, There is a part o? rrupt body.'* iboul him he would trH lr llvP5 w hich is no longer nW) •rouldbava and Ml attendiheirs exelualvely. It t>elongs to human If tha BMrabere of UM Va> ind rnamberal ma general public whom lhry n liy did not register disapproval „t |,..,st antU ha bail heen exouprvtent and whom they claim %  > accusations. ,,.. (l portion Is subject to dealing with %  md public critkmatters of public Interest. urUClMll and scrutiny part -.d .'i any delicately ad% % % %  ..• lusted rules ,.s in tha Courts o' duty bnpotad • atatuM MW. It II %  < crude examination %  'mg out rough and ready treatpublic enqtltrj said things about ment not even Justur igtm tor It The mistake* of a politician td jhould not be aUov Bt Mii-barl's VoMr) i earrytng out its proper 1 1 think tl'. %  In lu interest of ih. CITIZEN. not now concerned %  Uie remark was true or not ex%  believe ot lend any aroiaht to UM But let me point out to %  an apology from I that the; would 1that Mr. Cox wa %  from the truth himself thinks Premier Adenauer does not object to thai 'safeguard. He refuses to sign a treaty with the Western Powers, bowavar, unless bii Government is permitted to share in deciding when there is a German emergency. STATUS PROBLEM 1"V) DAY he told the Foreign Ministers that he would accept no treaty until the\ produced a formula which would satisfy hiir that no emergency action would be taker, without reference to his Government. TWO I Talks with tha Russians. Dr. Aden.01.: presses for a written guarantee till wrnatevei itetus Weatern Germany achiev. now should apply in future to the Russian and Polish zones. The Western Powers have refused. Such a guarantee, they say. would strangle future t mi with the Russians. When the occupation stops the Allie r stay ui Germany as part of RisenAnd that changeover will not take place until Ad. -.i contri' button—and starts to build and pay for his 1 ehrmacht.—I. I I Call and Select Early from \U\ Ol \ll SI VI IOM l(. CLEAN WHISTLE „;. .///.' Whistle Carpet 0ff %  per Ih us & Upholstery • Cleaner C. 8. PITCHER & CO. SANTON WATER HEATERS Sa OT O W FOB QI'ALITV 5-i-ln. UK.II IBIHIII % %  TYPE 12-sln. IIIOH I'KKSSlKl; TYPE 15-Kln. 111(01 PRESSURE TYPE 12-Kln. SANSPRAYS for Balhs -.. II A\ tillable friini Slock. DA COSTA & CO., LTD ELECTRICAL DEPARTMENT pi** 1 Anrriran Styled & (otl! 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PACK l IIAKB.AIMIS ADVOC'ATK CJOUU* \\M>M MI \\ DECEMBER S IU1 M R. JOHN KAHfi. B W.I Airways' newly appointed General Man..-. Trinidad yesterday bv It w i ft fnnidad lodaj. Due Next Week pA*SKM,n H...H*un. Mb.* K I H N. D. Holhi.K k V.C and Mrs. H..|h ( .,-k M H. HotiMT. Dr. and MiW. John son, Mr and MiII A. Jorrl.ni Mr. R. J. Noal. Mr. and Mr*. K W. I) PMlL MI 1 Bniert... K M I I %  C Thome. Ml** H. C Th-irne. Mr. and Mrs J. B. Wai V. Whlli m < Writs Infransit M AJOR & MRS. CI.FMMIi: BBTTENCt'l i: T-Q I Oufans i re on %  Oaf-Ue which ia due here on Dr>cemlwr 11 tli. TJify *ra en route to Trinidad mire tiwy ni mango ship. f<>. | Q Back To St. Lucia M R. AND MRS. DENNIS ItAKNARD who had been hatt%  r a month day io St. Lucia b) 11 W.I.A. Whan Mr. Barnard 1 a plantar. Ao<-on. pan vine them pro of their ion*. Their thud son Laurie ha* remmind IN IV.l-ld | V 1 In!. I:, v. ,i' m b School. Returned Home M R. CLEMENT DURA NT, Saloamaii of Mrart Stokes and Rvnoo Ltd., who left hero for the U.S. on Novinj rrturne-l on Monday via Puerto Rico by B.W.I A Vice-Principal M B I'. U SIIEHIAH K. VI..MBetpal < the Unlvcri I QBaca at the Wcat Indlr-t Had llarbarioa DWH H %  %  ember lit to 3rd ha* hit fan :-i led to iv'urn bare tomorrow. Hi was in Barbados in older to confer with the Iss-al Hepre-entative of the I nivi. | lege. Mr. 11. A. Viiughan and with the Rcldenl Tutor of St. Lucia. Mr. B. H. Easter. RT FROM MY WIFE . •gurl Finds Meuning In 3 Pain Of Am -ii. i i II. .11 \MI, HIHH-. m .ii mam *. %  r ri_nc/ DUI ma IMIV> TOMOBKOM Km i wt. Jims Graduated M ISS JOT IN. daughter of Mr. .1 I! Deane of I Christ Chim*. %  St. John. as a nurse a' Kingston Hospital, Surrey. She '* now at i I i in borough Hospital i. nttnua par iiHDaj 'duc.ition.il Broadcasting V/fHKKN A11!.ACK. Broad'" the Eu hieredlt, Mr. Syine'i more aeriou* I biography and he gained the L* S Literacy Society'* award last year for his life of the famous explorer, F ftadlnon. He al*o wrote "I. Mungo Park." a tribute to an-[•lorer and d < of Ine Niger River. He has already visited moat of Wl Indian Ulands. Returning To-morrow M H RONNIE QITTBW • %  King Director of Caribt. and Mrs. Gttt.-n ire ..i praaent la Trinidad :'. m over on Monday bv B.W.I.A. Oi.e of the reason* for 11 wag to att.iKl a large banry Ttaluckiingh. Managing Dire. io. Q| TM-lurk^tngh Thcalreii Ltd. in on List night. I Mrs. Giltcns are due bacsl here tomorrow morning Aquatic Sports Postponed T HE Hanuon College Aijuatlc Spoilwhtcn wendue to (he Aquatk Club to *i-'i lu be postponed due Io the louah sea. Beside* this tha step* which were washed *D lbs club will have to be i-eplacad. I ' ogw stalta will make their appearance al the Exhibition today. One by tho Police lb* displaying handmafl %  Dd .mother by the S P.C.A. No Competition S OME week* ago it aTM snnaunagd that land in British Honduras was being sold at M.5U ir acre and several peo|de wondered why Barbadians ii iimili did not niakc same cfTort to go there where they could acquire large tracts of agricultural Land instead %  kg for the Back u, Africa I r .]e< t which Is to come alt auon. Last week a paragraph publuhi why the price i.f laud BO lou Thenare only 67,000 [leople in that colony, three Umes less than in Barbados and only 7.00 to the square mile. It means that there is nobody tt roui|>eie. Talking Point <' ursuc is a morel qualtfu . 'I II l cold choice liclu-een two %  •• alicrneiiiici. Hie fifd rr$i>lve aai tu quit . Cutireue ti billl-naierr. —Lord Moran. tig Ifumphrer Bogart • t off %  few rtrework* about Hollywood's leading: ladies during the weak-end. Say* he: Tew M them can be cwridered as geat\ fc* THERE is an English., I'k with a queer ( ot U aching .children's K a in c , to own-upi. Mis* Ruth Welder. geur/i secretary of the Young WomenS Christian Association, -net her Bagdad during a lour aha has Just made of the Middle East Children in Irak do not play me*; they do not know any. So Bagdad Moslem college asked Bn English-woman on the sUff ol the local YWCA to leach th*ir students some simple English games. The students, when they become teachers, will pass tha game* on to parent*, and they in turn will trurh their children hi.v. (a play. Gentlemen Tii .1 BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber A 110XKK WB0 %  taMI 00 Ml head a* weight. -nd succeeded, has stnn iiloiv at the whole funy-ean,. race of dletologues. body-lugl l-iychneh. ind pseudfsi a*safl li'. uasi at the gjatea %  ;i walking BSSS*>UM ''V Dsflrtl) standing on lui lie.ni' VVhal ,, tba axplaa ittoa According to Dr. Nobostrltsa. the noted Albanian gyUogrUgust, when you stand on your head, tho bsOOaVatt**** wobbles like Jelly OB a windv ilitf-tii and the m i give* bfl dni ing what is called %  gympattstUc naunlered Into u post offlc* vucuum in three dimensions. This Dauenhom. and said: "I want shifts the hnrmonk tissuesof the be i>o>ted t.. India." So astonished lujnbar ducts, und Issdueai hypowas the assistant that, hurriedly MIK iiu of tha rattculated ulalml-. uuesMiig the weight uf the cusloas of weight—until gOU tomer, aha licked stamp* to the lomr the iiuht way up again. value of tit 7s. 11 id and stuck then •"' over Fidu's hide. It was \ runlrurv uliinion udeiwurds discovered that Fido B UT Dr. Druageaso ooa4ra4*e*i w ,,llir "" ""ore lea tlh I anv limk hrrv t %  %  %  ', % %  %  : %  "* %  l "" i,u 1 Duades desert th 1 -' '-'"""g damages the other day head for the feet, thus SCdfUng then |? %  •* agatnal a junior nilatraas. •rtaln manner. The girls had all singing a rnossu'oiiii t 1 I "J • i %  J ri gaj • r1 1. HIKM wiin *cisbca UMO.US(vr s. Nomtng on Uie Dor lo carri. m iaT* nt omi UPMl c ^*' ii. beiuoglag to voui 0-U|nlI vttini In Is*. |SI I*. Top a t ua artat <4I I*, fom ol ueauilr puamiunrii:. i.r. ,. pan. ISt 17. iimidlr scallf. (Si IB. aoeas4lmes called awn sentlDVl, 21. Waspoii ol old, or war? (St U. Pound in ths net Hi 3i. pnortly reset. |ft) %  S. Llttla Edward and al* twtu around It. <6> IS. Hide easily io get tne rite*. O) Uown a. I* rain Boough lor ' this junior mistreas. The .Averages the ci r"''" ?** "T e ^ rc a .. v .'. 1 ut themwdvea loee *cight inu '\ "' ^nieU in the World." Mad o a body upMdu Deep in Ihv Lily down loses weight proportionate!. rpiit talk of Uiu inouioiU in o the I...C > i %  I ii! ... i in % %  ... ihe quei • irosvnt. When ..m n| gain the cwiKLscks dash back, and veilibllity-harsh music In thi nereasB thi u weight on the join-rual dapping can of the Interne., rheiefuie Uie IOM of v> eight in nJ t| M | (J | M it will bo oviTlaliing A N assistant In the post ell ,.,,,.. B U1 fa e artelteal Into whh an elephant v.alkf i ajwWCT U> all this is that tho the other d..y. wild when the beast pound would look uflcr itself in ii .,l l.ft: We dnl net missa single „ free economy, and thai you -tamp.' Dni he think that elecannot expect to cut current cxphants go into post office* to buy pcndituro if you persist In stamps? Or was be thinking of retarding dlstiulation as an the enormous elephant Fldo which academic question. at ihoius-glrl order to reach for ; Rupert and the Lion Rock—45 6. Put mother in tne sat, (41 I Kt-SSfe^-Tgr '" ;l P-fe II tlire, (f .%  : naa a T n.ion %  _,.... O..-.,: I lUvousr . f: %  " M-t of the girl. buslnaa* — Angel* with K.icae—an stiff and swkwth lliat muat appear lu him like a Iftr.rled Forest of pretty but exThey come nut here and a %  tahe houldn't take starring r-dc* until da* bu*ineaa. They leap into tilms before B*ag m ii-.i> III .\. II Mr. Bogart manage* to find Uiree pair* of eye*, apart from thooe of Lauren BaeaJl, his wife. which he thinks axe exceptions to the Dead End prospe. I The first eye* belong to Katharine Hepl.orii. with v.li(*m — eouic idCnUlly he made Afucan gueen" in A': Kim Hunter, with wh*m ha is now making | Inn cags*d "De-dlinw USA' owns tha aecond lot. And Margaret Sulla' aas*s*a whom I played on the stage and are wf* can handle any role any W the Uaaa" la the third actress. rtssraw. Bogart started actuig (on the • made stage) 30 years ago. Hi* first Th,. Ruined Lady." Urine Bacart van a tough man like Bogey can have hut moment* of RANGE LAND \ BRAND of FEAR Asked to name som among the Hollywood feminine duds. Bogey replied: "What, and get them all down on my neck? No thanks!'' So it 'onk> as though he is inVlttng us to Knock On Any Door Hut Humphrey, isn't that rather a Dark Virtary? Just dl tin**girla you have %  Ml sore at you. No wonder they lie Roaring Twenties Children Withotil Gamee .•ed to dying. Is an expert glider nil" lists* BO tune far this sfstii ln-IPB.I \he sails, has a yacht at ith for holiday times. —UE.t*. BJbC* Ktuiio Programme m IINI sa ii "ii i wiu.a s. isai .1. UM."' %  %  . -1 11 %  > SB.ISM llStS a** .., %  : pan MIM aUTH WALDIR l-.aea . Meslaass. <> p, I Iiir W*rh. | Ik |I>II Vrrtl II. torn pu. Xwa> I %  J mr 1 SS pm ProareioiD* PenSSe. S.3s> p.n Ti-U>apoft. tap pm. The Nnt 1 io ,, to N r < aassnss. 3 V' i> i" Cricket K*Vor\ om n.-l n'i PUP in Oeroti* T.~t Cheerful year old M. Walder went to Beirut for an heew dung up the sand InteeaaUonal YWCA conference ih.d it wgs impossible 1U high to see • u of 40-odd nationalities. Official language was English. -We heard American-Knglis). through bv goal of her travels *hc did by air. TiUk. io: %  IS P.B1%  90 pm ft rr ol U" !> % %  > Tturmon lha mnmm. %  fish. Dutch-English. S.-andlnavian.„,.„.... full U \ CngUah and occasionally hjst lAMxKKAN COLVmif i in.i IgH o.a> raaaj uilM *•> a* CoJar b Clneeotor JIM. IIA1J. Rl STIIRKOI Mil T Kirbv QUANT reBBJ KN!HT I-.-IO. joa AND Kttr IMII IIM. AIM., TT a i., posfffi Lggj i.i'*i it-*. gaxaaaa a.ss*. Klrb GPIA-VT A vsli l-l I*' Te la* ineid arre**SM ii.. i i r. asso*!* EMP1IIE says MilWaldc She visited the eamps near Beirut for Arab refugees lioro Palestine, saw there a cunou* case of masculine privilege. When milk supplied by the United Nation* wae dititriouted. three queues formed one of men. who peeted to be served first, another of women, a third of children—In which all the boys were front and the girls behind. Bat \. ..... The Isearrt Miss Walder travelled from Beirut Io Bagdad across the THE GOLDEN SLPMtMEN CASH IN W | Shaw, IIHIII IT. A .3 Columbia Pictures Pn THE HARLEM GLOBE TROTTERS Thomas OOMEZ and I iginal Harlem Globe Trotters Taggiiiii anly — 4.3S B.S0 Universal Dotttlg "END OF THE RIVER" with SABL' — and — ABBOTT and COSTELLO in "BUCK PRIVATES COME HOME Opening I Rl — 2.30 g. g.; Ry g M Ma.t t'l.l .K\\ VOKK ,u on TV in In the flesh still think or all-la wreel luge lofca Their ol %  %  f fresh air in Till( IL\SK WHEN a passer-by saw a roughrm n aa ck il in Brooklyn 1 1 started to run to the nearest telePEARL laaitation Jrwrlkry Pearl necklaces 6ec. up I'riri Earrings 12c. up. ALSO CHOKERS, BRAVELETS ETC Plus a wide variety of eatume Jewellery At Your Jewellers V. litLIMA A CO., LTD. 20 Broad Street pcniLiii." tin | "Gcorgcous George and u v t|i D M[ hji running with a idle In his hand* they thought ., obeerful spectach : ,. M k011ic thing. ryone apparently suffers hid W|l01l a poUccman at the end ul eous agonies—and nobody mw lhl twu cusloms geU ically hurt QMS racing along he thought the; Now It become* apparent that WCI(1 up ,,, ,.„ glKtll an(1 c has'd .Mie grunt-and-giuan men. as ihefn. ffcey we it 184 |ier cent, and 180 per cent. e4y, betting rKUKZK IT \ i U \sv of wintry weather is belt the eoo trami io %  " buses in the twl* i a dull show, Interesting only St. Paul and Minneapolis. US. lu the few agl Bn \i my engineer* say that normally. id* over into a sort ol fuU-acal* when It fxeexe*. a sheet of ice comic strip. And in modem Aimforms across the Mississippi but a a comic Strip rarely rnlaaas. (lull the watgf continue* to flovs Till*' tH H ST \K freely beneath this. aiNOKR asOOHtB will leean This year, for the first J li stretch of the — %  Were Nul M.nn.l.' tl Ii-become a frarxle Hi a husband-and-wne %  crushed ice So the powei teum who appear together on .. tet>sassl iu n in II £ a in 11 REXOVATOR /a Carton* U* Spom$4 Taday Last I Nhows 4.30 A g.15 United Artist Double . "HE WALKED BY NIGHT" with Richard BASEHAKT AND •QUICK SAND" wilh MMfcn HOONEY Tomorrow O ily 4.30 A 8.15 UBMtd AIUM Donljli . "STRANGE WOMAN' "INTRIGUE" OEOHGE HAFT &f V I. O It I TO-DAV 4.30 p.m.. TO-MORROW t.110 and i.15 p.m. KHOlls in tin K.\M,I (TIM HOLT; and -CROSS rutt" (ROBERT MirciicM Peafta* imo MM Oaft. Brdts. I k>un<] thi aaeft. Do lei Selor S*m .irii*>itn, up tnhrr mc iry Ml" Th* salar irralll h aea'i da."iw sajhi. "Vsry wll, link btu. yeu'm %  Thf bok aiis lea lurtow. I platky orst." h* My*. Y*u*hll "" a*i* ihrouah so." Tyins th rapt sfcurely Bar*.* gut partita* I nuld. undrr Rupee's son., ht Soldi -n. gulla. "So vould I." cm* l.rmlf io ft sod kit Kussrl a*wa > .II. "I'ai UM tsstlltti. into chr .l.tlo.-.. BESTF0RM BRASSIERES (Sites 32—40) (a) S2.00, $2.68, $3.09 CELENESE PETTICOATS $ 2.04, $3.48 CELENESE PANTIES 99c, $1.58 NYLON PANTIES $ 1.98, $229 LADIES' SILK VESTS $ 1.56. $1.85 LADIES' NIGHT DRESSES $4.19, $6.64 T.R. EVANS A Will Bill I IIS Di.l 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 J. & R. TO-NITI: .IS ML—STKII. \M> MAKIIO CONTEST CASABLANCA v.. TRIrOU and RANGt TtRROR TRAPS GIRL RANCHER '-and tSin liars pas start SUziaf • !" H OLT %  •*—* •Yi PIT 16 NOISE 30: BALCONY 4S: BOX 54 ffV.Vf.VSV rill 10 It 711. .1 A a.1.1 p.m. SUSPENSE SWLEPS THE SKIES HIGH . WILD . UNPREDICTABLE! JAMES STEWART • MARLENE DIETRICH "No HIGHWAY IN THE SKY NtVIl SHUTE'S Itirilloig midnighllo-da.n od.enlur. (


ait

ESTABLISHED 1895

SIXTY FISHING
BOATS DESTROYED

REPORTS reaching the Fisheries Office disclose that






o far 60 fishing boats have been destroyed beyond repair.
Ten more have been extensively damaged, but it is pos-
sible that these can be repaired.
a D. W. Wiles, Fisheries Officer, yesterday escorted
His Excellency the Governor to the various moorings
where he saw the damage done by heavy seas between
S night and Monday morning.
ports are still being received at the Fisheries Office
un s expected that the number of those destroyed

repalt

se,
typieal scene of the fishing village along the lee-
ward coast of the island yesterday were groups of fisher-

and fisherwomen gathered around the splintered
remains of weather-ravaged fishing boats discussing the
extent of the damage and the prospects of getting their
boats back.

“Poor ‘Arlen’ is gone”, you would hear a fisherman
say and the theme was “what are we going to do for a
living especially now Christmas is coming? We are on the
bum,”

Although the seas on the coast were still breaking
heavily, boat owners and the crews of the damaged boats
swam off to the moorings to bring in parts of the boats
that the sea did not take adrift.

The Government Fishing Boat Investigator was off
Paynes Bay yesterday morning helping the fishermen
gather up the pieces. Except for Half Moon Fort and
Speightstown moorings, the west coast was clear of fish-
ing boats. Most of them were taken in to the Careenage
for shelter.

On Monday night, Wilbert Foster and Cephas Thomp-
son of St. James barely saved another fishing boat from
being smashed on the Weston Beach, Around 8.30 p.m.
they swam off to the mooring and took the boat safely into
Bridgetown,

Milton Evelyn of Half Moon Fert whose boat was
very badly damaged said that the Fisheries Department
should see to the repairs of the boats because it was an
accident which could not be attributed to the owners nor
the crews. He was hoping to be able to get the boat re-
paired by December 15 when the fishing season should be
in good swing.

Livingstone Brathwaite of Crab Hill, one of the boat
owners who suffered complete loss of his boat at Half
Moon Fort, said that his boat was built for around $700
and it would cost him about $1,000 to build a new boat of
the same size.

“It was the only thing through which I made a living
and I still got a family to look after,” said Brathwaite
glumly. He added: “Arlene was my hoe and basket and I
have not even found a piece of canvas big enough to make
a handkerchief.” ‘ary 8

SOME BOATS INSURED

The caretaker of Edna Rowe’s boat which was also
lactrove? hovond wepair, said that it was fortunate that
some of the boat Owners had their boats insured. He,
however, knew of quite a number of them who had not
insured their boats because insurance policies were car-
ried up this. year. “They will now see the-sense of insur-
ing their boats”, he said.

He said that the fishermen would have been able
to avoid a lot of the damage if it was during the day and
not the night. “The new Government should make it
their business to vote money to help the people,” he said.

Viewing the rough weather from another aspect, a
fisherman said that many fish pots were crumpled up and
brought ashore by the waves. “Even if we would have got
a pick with the fish pots while the boats were being re-
built, the pots are now no good.”

Another fisherman said that he had about four pots in
the sea and he was not even going to worry to look for
them because he was sure that they were nothing else but
wire balls,

“There are at least about 70 men who will be around
St. Lucy walking about in the fishing season for the lack
of a boat to go afishing. The authorities should see to it
ee they get some kind of money while they are on the

inge.

The fishermen from St. James had few other sugges-
tions to offer, They were mostly harping on the point: “we
will see what the Fisheries Department will do.”

vell as those that can be repaired will

increa



|



Rebuilding Of| GALes BATTER

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 4.
Gale warnings flew along the
Washington-Oregon coast as anoth-



Considered





er in the series of tempestuous

he Fis es Advisory Com-|sStorms roared toward the soggy
tet 1g immediate action] Pacific coast. The storm is ex-
to consider the steps that are|pected to bring its full fury to
cessary to replace ang rebuild|bear on the Pacific Northwest

states, but the Weather Bureau
said that it will also batter Cali-
fornia with gale velocity winds
and rain squalls.

Reports of widespread damage

the

vessels as quickly as possible.
Plang

are being prepared under
ving heads. Purchase of
supply of labour and



building.



Action is also being taken to|and destruction caused by last

pare a scheme of financial as-|weekend’s storms came from all

} istance, details of which will be|sections of the Pacific coast.

niblghed at the earliest oppor- Floods and _ snowfalls blocked

tunity, traffic in Washington, Oregon, and
Che Investigator is being made} Northern Nevada, - )

available at once for production} At Santa Cruz, California, the

work. gale uprooted a 50 ton cypress tree

one who is prepared to lead}@nd hurled it on to a truck, Santa



a boat for fishing along the Lee-}Cruz measured 2.08 inches of rain
: in 24 hours,

vard Coast is asked to commu- .
ard ‘Coast is asked to c ate at once with the Fisheries ken aware. the SRG ana wer
Officer at his Office at the Reef, Storm sewer, e $30,00 ome oO

the British Consul, Walter Hollis

t. Michael. Adams in San Francisco, tumbled

Anyone who is capable of build-









7 down a hill.
ng fishing boats is also asked to The adjoining home was also
mmmunicate with the Fisheries undermined and vacated. Pave-
| Officer. ; s ..j ments in several San Francisco
| Boat owners who suffered 1088) sreets collapsed. Big. boulders
nage to their boa's on the began falling down from the famed
of December 2nd/3rd are “Telegraph Hill” the city’s Bo-
ked to report to the Fisheries hemian Quarters. e
Office not later than 12 o'clock —UP.
noon on Saturday, the 8th of
December, the loss or damage in-
curred and the names of the Terrorists Hurl
' . skippers and crews who were :
ttached to these boats on the 2nd



Bomb Af U.K.
Station

f December.

WHEAT GOOD AFTER
5,300 YEARS





. CAIRO, Dec. 4.
esr ; ATRO, oe re: ; In the Canal Zone, just before
WI OSE Tse Sateen well-pre-|@@Wn, terrorists, supported by
.2 _ 4 a Te J spy SMiper fire, hurled a bomb at a
e rt ur cient cemetery r
t of Calre | British gas station on the out-
) miles n of Cairo



mas aaa ; discovered mixed| Skirts of Ismailia, The bomb ex-
3 eiaer coy contain-| Ploded, without damaging the in-
ya research party. stallation. There were no casual-
ties. —U.P.

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5,

1951

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BUTTER.

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; West Indies has received a _val-
CAIRO, Dec. 4 j uable benefaetion from the Fore-
The E G od p laimed state of | sight Foundation of New York.
fo Sa: Sel , forte : 'ti-British | The. benefaction is a sum of
j nerye k Ey St I ). | $1,500.00 which is to be used
emonstt 1 ient I h purchase of books deal-
} ! \ Eevyptian Si | re- } i with the history, economics
| rt inded j and politics of the United States
| a "e of America..The books purchased
ek t ( ir t "\ ebb, rep rte d| \L contain, a special bookplate
fre ha’ ficial British casi \ wding pre origin.
j
: ” eee pur of this benefaction
‘ eee a i to pe ate the memory of
: } Charles WiHafa Taussig, who was
a d member of President William’s
ta M > e¢ . \dvisory Counei]l for the Virgin
hi A vocale I is and also Cheimman of the
| ‘ e.¢ , ! States .Comtmission to
i ¥f tu-| Relief Fund udy socigl and economic con-
dents, ae a ves ' edi tt Fishermen have lost boats : ee ee eee ae
loree their w in 1e | en 4 bad ate y Was ~Chairma; nm
fe - the recent spell of aa ib b ea n Commission i
: veather which lashed these : . ;
i c coasts They are therefore wed a Keen interest in the in-
; r llectual development of the
without the means of em ce unite
| Bk W Arn ployment and consequently, mbbean co as. ‘
vey reached the Brit livelihood. The Barbados "he University College is par-
| West Y ssit Advocate has opened a fund ularly Licboage ae a en
Reinforcements to help feed and elothe the NCS ONS Of 18 Oo ye , buil
Abx 000 ¢ fishermen until they can re ‘p ts library to contain a com-~
WATERFRONT WORKERS throw on the waterfront cases of butter and hams which arrived yester outal he” Miniktel build their boats. This is a j a nsive reference collection
day from Australia by the s.s, Port Adelaide. Marit a -the. Inte hard blow to the island's || 0f the New World,
" ‘: . > " fishing industry and to
] is I iment, and t ‘
; . housewives who depended }
> « mands tor im \ ‘
Port Adelaide { be Win Ind | ands for atin. cna re tate Matteo dl © finer meee
/ het ‘inn? tious dish. We appeal to }
square in the hear iv rene |
ust a ia ir ric 1500 policc one and all to give gener | 4n ‘ we.
Hasthe Answer * ‘ | Hisiy to this worthy case |) Caused Suspicion
| iat HELP THEM AND YOU }
| Ti = sO oa HELP YOURSELVES. iad eal Cueeaneel
OVER 300 CASES and 20 bags eS ic e S ported quiet to-day Diskin igual. wae eens OR'T-OF- .
of hams, 1,235 cases of tinned but-} { - we Government to bution to the Advocate A conversation age be
ter, 917 cuses of cooking butte: e ing police re-inforcements to th Mr. & Mrs, Colles J, Coe $100.00 Sirjoo, a solicitor, Made the then
Proven tamed areivep a: “Berbstios aides DALE | Abdul Heat af the Byyptian wetice ||. Movsment. ss 1a | Mayor, Gontihy susvlclona el tee
my ee vere y (From HA Jy DALE seOaul Eee e Egyptian poltee K. W 100 | ae = » Sus
from Australia yesterday by the ae hy OPT Co TN a was rushed to the Suez a ell a 1, Wilkinson 100 City Corporation’s $10,000 pipe
M.A.N.Z’s_ freighter S.S. Port | SYDNEY CRECKET GROUND, Dee. 5, doctor nurse and a phe \. Waleott 10 ¢ purchase in 1950 now under in-
Adelaide. Australia won the secol@d Test match here by seven} ));, &« M | vestigation by a three-man Com-
Grocers and housewives wel- wickets, I salute John God@ard if the remainder of the] At the Fuaa Flav u : . ttex Inquiry appointed by
comed Port Adelaide to Barbados team were to play with halfthe zeal and purpose of the] severat tol-carrs i the Governor, Sir Hubert. Rance,
th gs nes nae captain then the story of thei tour would by now be stud-| fired shots in the ail nt The commissioners did not
» N yO ering } ; Push th ar : s S
we abt eur ‘Christmas hams.” ded with success - ue a ' . ss. choose yet to hear details of the
Shortly after the Port Adelaide To-day he and Gomez--a worthy partner to Goddard— } ot . aay, ora m c2.8 25 conversation at Thursday’s sitting
vas anchored, lighters were to her set out on the forlorn attempt to retrieve something from | “728! 's) ae : L ¢ , § in the Legislative Council Cham-
sid ie I } f th , : ; creamed that “Egy! zuaiaet ber, but heard other factors that
side and soon back to the Careen- the rutn of their fortunes her enemi UP C. M. Howe | , é : o
; : wer " ere ert ‘ { | led to Mr: Hamel-Smith’s suspic~
age ore » cases re landed. Harcourt Carte 0 i
eee ae oan athe — Gomez whose consistent en- 47 Johnstone, Goddard turned Lie cim sia i ian of the pipe = “— en
ans alread) i : a td ah sli sBlnte scribed
front to take the cargo to its{deavours have placed him beyond /a ‘all neatly to fine leg and run- Sees ‘eeper’s delivery slips desc
SOEManale ’ , criticisms fell early to an unluekyjning two brought himself a j 7 Sutia Sarwan the ae » — pag ae
Skinned ré s, turkeys, chick-, ball from Lindwall that raising,|topscore for innings, Then Val-| at ~ la q ton Marson Council had authorise e pipe-
oi Tete. endian teen i fen also moved across the top of the | ev ine was Lb.w. to Miller, one, i ss Ss 1 Purehase from Messrs, Pooran
and lunch) steaks, veal, mutton,| off stump Goddard not out 57, extras 21,} ee and Nunes of San Fernando,
age ae ; Miller at third slip was dreams {iol 290 ; | os ee
beef bacon cheese. trimmed i ; a ee . e 7 Mr. S 0, t said, had given
See een fat ecanned| ing in the hot morning sun, bi 1m battle had finished V » hep | 4 Mr, Sirjoo, he said,
shoulders, canned meat, canned i . ball oe him = and Goddard's grand fighting in- er . orea Missing Tobacca legal advice to Ong of the pipe
a iy frankfurts, sliced| #5 the bally flew past him, he ant ; : :
peas, smoked frankfurts, slice dropped to one knee with out- | "ings had set Australia 136 to win. . sellers Mr, Harrichand Pooran, a
backs, sausages, lactogen, nespray,|"/0HDUC4 °? 01 ind the ball was | .°°°" | 5th AIRFORCE H.Q. Korea Dec. 4 Saves Stowaway San Fernando merchant. Sirjoo
i ‘ Bs § - ad|* é i OS Wo. Second Innings 200 ’ : y ;
milo, canned tomatoes and cained! paid a catch typical of Miller | United Nations jet planes | went to see Mr. Hamel-Smith as
peaches were among Port Ade-| v1 ose incredible’ athletic abilit BOWLING AUALYSIS | clashed with Communist jets {ox NORFOLK, Va. Dec. 4 Mayor on behalf of the Hon,
Rar ae aaa y : ‘ u
laide’s cargo, Oranges also ar-| 5, frequently turns the destiny of | o MR. W./ the ninth consecutive day today, \ Stowaway aboard the Ameri-| 8S. Magaj who had sold some
rived from Trinidad. ° a game. Gomez caught Milletpgyg itv’ 49° o0) be oa | Pamaging one of the | Russian can. stem hip. Bachester, identi-| Tefrigerators to the Council, at:
Port Adelaide brought the SUP"! bowled Liniwall 41, seven ‘for 430, naan a ee built MAG. 18's in two sepurate ; fied by United States immigration] HameloSmaith biated that Preeti
ply of food from ‘Melbourne, : lan Johnson 23 2 «6% 8 | battles: About 100 MIG’S clashed/ officers as Ricardo Gareia, 34, of| Norman Tang, Minister of He
Sydney, Gladstone, Port Alma and Jones Keeps End Up Me eGHAY ih cant ttt || dey CWO Mhoourters With 44 Figth | Argentina owes his life to a miss-{ and Local Government who was
Brisbane, She is consigned to f Morris sipd. wkpr. » Ramadhin 1 | Airforce jets, ing bale of tobacco. the then Mayor expedited the
Messrs Da costa & Co., Lid. Jones then joined Goddard who] arene: 1. b Valentine 47 | Earlier in the afternoon, 12] Ga cia was rescued from the] Payment of q Government grant
‘ was still varying an implacable] Harv: b Valentine A bres chased approximately 40/hold of the ship by crewmen| to the Council, which was finan-
Detectives On Lookout defence with a lashing bat for patent nov "6 | MIG’S from the Pyongyang aical searching for missing tobacco.) cally embarrassed, and told him
Eight detectives from the Crim-| @9ything short off the wicket Kf 7 |fo the Yalu Riv The F | : } ie a »| “to pay off Nunes and Pooran, the
inal Invéstagation Department Jones es well He kept up his . }ftired on the Red jc ‘ ince he slipped aboard ” {pipe sellers-’ The inquiry will
and the crews of three ‘Harbour sin anc wer seven runs when ' wkts) 137 | time but they could not cle in Portugal, 10 days befor continue next week.
Police launches were keeping an} (ii) Came his way. We caters, on the Red planes, | Paul Johnson, the Assistant in
eye on the waterfront workers still aera etre ee kee | No damage was claimed, AL of the local Immigration
who were unloading the lighters tralians to tt | yok Fifth Airforce plahes returned! o id that Garcia wa and
alians t 1e very edge of effort ‘ . os : j jarcia pa wo LD ECORD
from the Port Adelaide. 4|before they could win, carefull Sheik Shares oe to their base % ter.” Rescuers gave R R
Cpl. Murphy searched a boet) but occasionally forcefully drove ? se eet ENO eke ater with ponge } ENGLAND, Dec. 4
used for carrying labourers to and the score alor putting the fina t “ > fi } 0W tands at 127 destroyed, 26} u { it so desperate Profession 1 a at fe r Charlie
i > > dis- 1 t viet Gor : ; | Ibably destroyed and 287 eft , $ OSS a : ot, Sale
from the Fert Adelaide He sdis- momen letory ever further} { il I ro its | Probably destroyed and dam he | j en Macey, 31, calmed. the world's
‘ ; aoe La ert 7 re Cae ecord today for his 16-mile wal
about three pounds hidden away. After worthy attempts to back! ONDON. De —U.P. UP : yea a 4 tise hela and 55
As a result, a boatman wasjup this grim fighter, Jones « as! se a Soo ec, 4 , | Piette “UP ' s
rought before Mr. Belt, Comp-jcaught | inother Miller effort | porsifers agers aay man . 2 a ? _ ae
roy . st an . ; v down by his : , | heik of Kuwait have conclud- j ag | : ‘ a |
troller of Customs and was fined.|low down | is ankle oe iat th L 1eS WLust aa i M
Harbour Police launches Lynx,| Jones, caught Miller, bowled | &d “ new agreement, by which the} } 71. ; | =
Snipe and Hawk accompanied] Johnson, 7. | Sheik Seen nee entitled | ‘Troop Moventents OVER-RULED i| THE ADVOCATE PAYS
lighters to and from the Port Ramadhin is no shirker with his}! an equal share of the Con | PARIS. Dec. 4
bat and he combined intelligently | pany’s profits from the Kuwait 5 . . | ( Ter shiacte | ‘ TE ;
Adelaide. with Goddard, piaxins aah the | oper an deoording to an offici | SAY COMMUNISTS | oe ! a ‘ eens ess ig met FOR NEWS
,. | line of flight to Johnston. f the Company. | sie nd r abst nitic { i t 311
7 : ; ; ia ‘ ie abste: invite am SIL
Fire Breaks Out At There was double incentive now The Sheik’s revenue from oil is} PANMUNJOM, Korea, De 1. ia - 1 We t ‘ levihand es cen as nue
‘ to prolong this innings and set} now expected to be somewhere in| Communists demanded that | here 1 t debat DAY iI .
B ski ' P la - Australia as many runs as possible| the r¢ gion of £60,000,000 yearly.| United States halt thei ti ‘ ver Bat erate se debate A OR NIGH
uc ham a ice to win because it was obvious that The agreeme was sgotiated| rotation programme in Korea, : ‘ :
at last th icket tall : r greement was negotiated]! J | ’
7 q ‘ at las e wicket was taking spin! , ¢ the past twe nths by|ing an armistice, and insisted 1} enicneyesindioclisieaitentensina eer
Fire roke ee a and Ramadhin and Valentine yA Saitawell’ the wanaghte thei; own right to build airtic |
i ire broke out a ears. i | might be able to do such damage} pirector of the Company. whol during the truce
Palace and London fire engines} jo ould make a fight of it even’ | c ‘ a Seeking further clawitsatios a
called to fight it, brought the blaze} 4 flew to Kuwait for talks with the . 7 ng a ; 1 ee icatlo 9
‘ {J Shanite on ste sore ' 0 I yresentative
under control quickly. Goddard still ran his score along) Shells and his advisers.—U.P. Rh Con Bye sve tHe
King George VI and Queen\ with drives off Ring and sweeps ee 7 3 od c
Elizabeth wend in the Palace al) off Johnston that brought him a fans a oo _ ‘ 7
the time. The fire originated in |fair measure boundaries He ae an ee . he 1 ‘ j
the roof of the Blue Saloon, had of nece to refuse single Big 1 Agre € On ithe eae = I ;
While fire engines rushed to the |in order to keep Ran idhin from | Mi P i ts Pe ‘ i nist L
1 men rs the Pala the bowling ut even with thi inor o1ntis i eve ,
qui kl » halbeced ee the P e|further and further ahead PARIS, Dec. 4 rl Al j
Bee erent crag an? as ! Ramadhin Bowled | The Big Four reached agreement | then ) ! sub-¢ “
5 tir » clear the f owlec n § u ich agreemen i
gates and police ae The } batted well for| 0m Tuesday on “some minor points | mec« prepare tod I
way for fire engines. ae half 1 hour when at last | in their fourth secret disarmam« nt} U.P ,
caused much smoke bu wa i bowled one that] *ession, but all the major points} 4
out in 20 minutes.—U.P. “ ind flattened the ¢ al emair dispute, a Western S W k
stump. Sti Ramadhin could be} ke n said, { Z ugar orkers
r ~ + & |proud of the way he had for so! Informed sour: aid that Ru : :
rv Season In U.S. long stoo oulder to shoulder |sia indicated it might eventually Ask SO", Rise |
F ll Sj a with the great hearted Goddard) agree to sit the new United | <7 7 o . ‘
Wi who is of ! ever beaten une! Nations ¢ 1ament commi 1 “ Oo. oO PF 7 na .
Gets In Fu OD 1Gr te is down wood ov cen seal ag -7aas wn Corresponds Maintains
HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 4 Valentine, tt eure ere Bene Thi hat the West hoped the} Trade union leader i
The new television season is in f ill} o tne 105 uv h hi 50 a ey Russians would agree to because] workers placed a i to ‘
swing across the United States is}â„¢mig ee aa . 7 1 it believes that is the place where} Sugar Wages Council fc 0
witnessed by a nationwide audience coe ra, ; * se -*s ati oe je i. iM olid progre in the’ world dis -] cer increase iy i i é Same 1g
»stimate: re the ,000,009, Bnert Soe : Tt > agre > § we employec }
puree 2 foes erates ante a dozen runs in his innings to pro | eee ee must win As - Poe )
" | inn tect his partnershi ammered out,—U.P. sugar ndustry, a mee
movie stories on the TV screen|"* utenti ee chewed that he [the Council held on T an ar
than many had seen in the movie] | capable of putting up careful] oak at The union leaders also aske “"
house around the corner, ie aie a 4 tiful. swant aingie| - their demand be met for ti a ,
: al .)| guard A fal i wep in i Ate . man ,e Mm
gine leading newcomer is Redite' Miner gave the bowling back! Express De-railed | tor 1952’ which begins « Ol Vualily as
Skelton with a comedy ha “Olio Goddard who played. some] th
hour long filmed in Hollywood crashing strokes along the ground} : 1 ‘ 7 & shy ; «a
and shown over National Broad- std trait the totale i wien to 2 Killed : 15 [injure d ks ship edtot,
a a ra netw ‘. MUS] « ; aoe core 55 and Val- ate A
Sur iedite attained ranking a waa -e! ki Mf aus at RIO DE JANEIRO, Dee, 4 RECORD j
, ic , apa vet ee eae At lea hree persor vere ied
one of the best comedy shows 133 behir 1d lunch was ane} A We th di .
— , Pon nd 15 evert injure pwn Cs 1 #
pa Oe Costello hav PE t amistad foots | en al ter-State expre from ‘ PORT-OF i es. it LAY
: and vent aia “4 we niont| S80 Paulo to Porto Alegre / ous recor o
seen in the mediur I nd refle r hat might ; - cast %t the Trinidad
another new half an Nout r Ysthave bes act had some of) | ci a ; " ~ f. three odie ‘ha Toba Touris t Board or e as.
filmed in Hollywood. Kent Taylor.|the « t t done half, pe SAY sree: ORs : ay ;
| the former screen star, is star of the] their b i of throwing vay) recov ‘<., d from oe ebri hall eee a , Sal GR,
|“Boston Blackie” thriller series. |carele ick Here was the; 4} a eae ee ee ed “ ° Lt
| ’ —UP, fighting spirit personified < UP, os m ¢ . 1Y L €ars
Pitter cers or yw SERS 4 ,
Tass M Obey I me ie fig iA
- 5 to N
ass Must CY LAW sre uss s .
‘ Ce ea Zz
| v I 6 A
LONDON, Dec. 5 urged in the House of Lords the jin its daily new ect the Sovie ‘| last yea b 7 7. rey) be
The Sov et come Seeaty Fase aoe it vile nee Monitor, rt Sn a aay ae eT ee ae
must obey the Britisn law of libe! | exploited 1 - Qi” we ut Ti * ,
lit it ands to resurme publishir should he ended thout ft The fir tin 1949 SITUATION CALI * aed POPS Leh : .
}its service in thi intr 1 tablished tI Eng! | CoO tnntassneeay
House of Lar as told : , , Va | The’ TI wn c Se sacs acne ons 28 as
t ‘ | 1 that sit ' ear ’ I © re fosr
Tass stopp¢ \ j : r : Y I | I i hat the ) Pests anger enna ED GARDINER AUSTING CEL
October when the B ; } 4n@ . . 4 viniintiniahitiataaiins Y
ment ordered the t th P's ty d hand { oreigt . Agents,
{Soviet monitoring sta'ion in Lon- list ) rom mn lw 4 i
| don. Lord Vansittart to-day d n Britain \ U.P,
Cs . ~~ -






PAGE 4
R. JOHN RAHR, B.W.I.
Airways’ newly appointed

General Manager
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.LA
on a short yisit. He is due to re-
turn to Trinidad today.

Due Next Week

SSENGERS for Barbados on
board the Golfito which ar-

here December llth are
Mrs. H. M. Adams and her six
and a half year old daughter,
Mrs. I. Belt, Mrs. B. S. Boyce and
two children, Miss FE. B. Cox,
Mrs. H. C. Dalimeyer, W/Cdr. and
Mrs. P. F. de Froberville, Mr.
and Mrs. T. O. Dowding, Miss F.
Dowding, Cdr. G. F. Dugdale,
R.N., Rtd., Miss S. M. Edghill,
Miss J E. Gooding, Cpl. W. K.
Greaves R.A.F., Mrs, M. D. Har-
vison, Miss K. C. Hawkins, Cdr
N. D. Holbrock, V.C., R.N., Rtd.,
and Mrs. Holbrock, Mr. and Mrs
H. Homer, Dr. and Mrs, W. John-
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jordan,
Mr. R. J. Noal, Mr. and Mrs. B.

arrived fron

rives

W. D. Paul, Mrs. D. Roberts,
Miss C. K. Rahli, Maj. F. H.
Scovil, Sgt. C. P. Seale, R.AF.,

Miss D. C. Thorne, Miss H. C.
Thorne, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Wa-
ters, Mrs. L. V. White, Mr. and
Mrs. C. Wylie.

Infransit

AJOR & MRS. CLEMMIE
BETTENCOURT-GOMES of
British Guiana are on board the
Golfite which is due here on D
cember llth, They are en route
to Trinidad where they will
change ships for B.G.

Back To St. Lucia

R. AND MRS. DENNIS BAR-
NARD who had been holi-
daying in B’dos for over a month
returned yesterday to St. Lucia
by B.W.LA, where Mr, Barnard
is a planter. Accompanying them
were two of their sons. Their
third sen Laurie thas remained
in Barbados where he will go to
school.

Returned Home

R. CLEMENT DURANT,

Salesman of Messrs Stokes

and Bynoe Ltd., who left here

for the U.S. on November 22nd,

returned on Monday via Puerto
Rico by B.W.1LA,

Vice-Principal

R, P. M. SHERLOCK, Vice-

Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the West Indies

who visited Barbados from De-

cember Ist to 3rd has left for St.

Vincent and is expected to re-
turn here tomorrow.

He was in Barbados in order
to confer with the Local Repre-
sentative of the University Col-
lege, Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
with the Resident Tutor of St.
Lucia, Mr, B. H, Easter,

BOXER who stood on his

head in order to lose weight,
and succeeded, has struck a caitiif
blow at the whole furry-eared
race of dietologues, body-fuel
psychochemicogogues and pseudo.
crats,

For why should a woman live,
like Villon’s wolves at the gates
of Paris, on air, if she can become
a walking skeleton by merely
standing on her head? What is
the explanation?

According to Dr, Nobostritsa, the
noted Albanian gyllographist,
when you stand on your head, the
blood-stream wobbles like a jelly
on a windy cliff-top and the air
it gives off drifts sideways, leay-



CROSSWORD



ACcTUss
1, Hikes with science ieading. (vy)

8. Noth the boy to carry, (4)
Â¥: Present: day bet upset. clever!
10. Remove to le in, mate. (9)
12. Belonging tO your 4d

when in law. (3) oe

13. Top of the arts? (4)
(4. Porm of aeathly punishment, 1.e.

en. (5) 17. Blindly senile. (3)
18, Som: es called lawn sentinel.
4) 20. The end of 15. (3)
21. Weapon of old, or war? (5)
23. Found in the net, (4)
24, Shortly reset. (5)
85. Little Edward and his twin
around it. (6)
26, Ride easily to get the river, (3)
ee Down
+ Unco:
* ie oe . rut 6
5 enough for fruit? (6)
4. Warn? Make his man doit. (8)
6. Put mother in the bo
iE tasting ae a
i Pet ino is out aD
38. Bitto. (4) 1b Peatare, (4)




Solution of yesterday's puzzle —-A:
Ru i: i .
besreaita Shea |
may
. ate: 24

De



JOYCE ST. JOHN

Graduated
ISS JOYCE ST. JOHN, daugh-
B. Deane of
Road, Christ Churoh
and the late Mr. Albert St. John,

ter of Mrs. J

Enterprise

has gradu
Kingston

ated as

Hospital, Surrey.

a

at
ay

She

nurse

is now going on to Farnborough
continue her

Hospital,
studies

Kent,

to

Educational Broadcasting

M*

KEN ABLACK, Broad-
casting Officer in the Eas-

tern Caribbean, arrived from Tri-
nidad on Monday by B.W.LA. to

attend disc
al
Caribbean
Conference,
Mr.

broadcasting

Ablack

ussions

on

at the

Regional

Marine Hetel.

Arriving

by the

same

education-
British
Education

is a guest at the

plane

from Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baeza and family.

@

KEN

oe



BY THE WAY...

ABLACK

' make some effort
_ where they could acquire large

_ €d showed why the price of land

7 DOO in.



“Isles of Way
Syme, AustPalau.-ve
and a gold medallist of the Uui-

literary field_ig travel biography
and he gained the U.S. Literary
Society's award last year for his
life of the famous explorer,
Pierre Radisson. He also wrote
“I, Mungo Park,” a tribute to an-
other great explorer and discover-
cr of the Niger River.

He has already visited most of
the other West Indian islands.

Returning To-morrow
M* RONNIE GITTENS, Man-
aging Director of Carib-
bean Theatres Ltd., and Mrs, Git-
tens are at present in Trinidad.
They flew over on Monday by
B.W.1.A. One_of the reasons for
their visit was to attend a large
party given by Mr. Henry Tee-
lueksingh, Managing Director of
Teelucksingh Theatres Ltd., in
Port-of-Spain last night.
Mr, and Mrs. Gittens are due
back here tomorrow morning.

Aquatic Sports Postponed
HE Harrison College Aquatic

Sports which were due to
be held at the Aquatic Club to-
day have tad to be postponed

due to the rough sea. Besides this
the steps which were washed
away from the club will have
to be replaced,

The sports will now be held on
Wednesday, December 12th,

New Stalls
"Two new stalls will make
their appearance at the Ex-
hibition today. One by the Police
Boys’ Clubs displaying handicraft
and another by the S.P.C.A,
No Competition
OME weeks ago it was
announced that land in
British Honduras was being sold
at $3.50 per acre and _ several
people wondered why Barbadians
who love land so much did not
to go there

tracts of agrieultural land instead
of waiting for the Back to Africa
project which is to come off soon.

Last week a paragraph publish-

remained so low. There are only
67,000 people in that colony, three
times less than in Barbados and
only 7.60 to the square mile. It
means that there is nobody to
compete.

Talking Point
Courage is a moral quality. . .
It is a cold choice between two
alternatives, the fiwed resolve not
to quit. . . Courage is will-power,
—Lord Moran,

By Beachcomber

ing what is called a sympathetic sauntered

into a st office at

vacuum in three dimensions, This Dagenham, and said: “I want to

shifts the hormonic tissues of the be posted to India.”

So astonished

lumbar ducts, and induces hypo- was the assistant that, hurriedly
silicism of the reticulated glabule. guessing the weight of the cus-
of weight—until you tomer, she licked stamps to the
come the right way up again,

Hence loss

A contrary opinion
UT Dr. a contradicts Was four sailors on shore leave.

this,

like the old raven
says that when you stand on your

head,
colourless

weight in
Yes, yes.
lantyre’s

Law

300,000,000

of

invisible p
: desert the ® farthing damages the other day

corpuscles 1
head for the feet, thus shifting their

no

He, wagging his cheeks

Montargis,

and

incertain manner, The girls had all been singing a
But “accoraing to Tal- S°0ng about the headmistress, writ-
of Non-Compen- ten by this junior mistress, The
satory Balance-Averages the cor- title was; “There are a devil of a

puscles themselves lose weight in-

transit,

and so a body upside

down loses weight proportionately
to the number of these corpuscles

present, When you come upright tion of restoral o -
again the corpuscles dash back, and Lone cries eet ation .
increase their weight on the jou'- great flapping ears of the Inter-
ney, Therefore the loss of weight is national Momentary Fund. For if|{
merely temporary, as the flaneur you abolish control of capital
said when he removed the hulking transfer you lay yourself
great chorus-girl from his knees, the charge of bolstering

in order to reach for a magnum,

A big parcel

N assistant in the post office wage rates.
into which an elephant walked answer tg all this is

value of £16 7s. 114d. and stuck
them all over Fido’s hide, It was
afterwards discovered that Fido

Oh, I say, look here?
HE headmistress of a_ girls’
‘ school in France was awarded

in a case against a junior mistress.

lot of camels in the world.”
Deep in the City
HE talk of the moment jn
financial circles is the ques-

in the

to
sterling
and meddling with exchange
control. Pedants can prove that
if the retail index rises seven or
eight points it will be ov i
But the
at the

the other day, said when the beast pound would look aftey itself in
had left: “We did not miss a single a free economy, and that you

stamp.”

stamps?

Did he think that ele- cannot expect to cut current ex-
phants go into post offices to buy penditure if
Or was he thinking of re gardin g disinflation as an

you persist

the enormous elephant Fido which academic question.

Alter

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wart Finds Meaning In 3 Pairs Of Eyes

-tard-hitting Humphrey Bogart
et off a few fireworks about
Hollywood's leading ladies during
| the week-end. Says he: “Few

a flying visit to Grenada last| actresses.”

week | , . >
While there are a number of|, Most of the girls in t+

thrillers and radio plays to his| business — Angels with

credit, Mr. Syme’s more gerious|Faces—are stiff and a

he reckons. “Only a
are pliable and uninhibited.”
Giving us a glimpse of Mr. B’s
own Dead Reckoning,
adds: “You can spot the ea
actresses by their eyes. I do when
we're on the set. I see them get
‘that glazed look, and they seem
to be thinking: “What am |
supposed to do next?”

Brooding over the cause of
what must appear to him like a
Petrified Forest of pretty but ex-









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pressionless faces, he adds: “The
trouble is that although women
®Btart acting the day they are

pi born only a handful come to the
ted States Literary Society, paid | them can be considered as govd

movies with any stage experience.
They come out here and are made
stars overnight on the screen.

“They shouldn't take starring
roles until they know the busi-
ness. They leap into films before
they are ready.”

“Brave Bogart

Mr. Bogart manages to find
three pairs of eyes, apart from
those of Lauren Bacall, his wife,
which he thinks are exceptions
to the Dead End prospect.

The first eyes belong to Kath-
arine Hepburn, with whom —
coincidentally he made
“African Queen”, in Africa not

Kim Hunter, with whom he is
now making a film called “De>d-
line U.S.A.” owns the second lot.

Children Without Games

THERE is an Englishwoman in

Irak with a queer job. She is
teaching .children’s game gto
grown-ups.

Miss Ruth Walder, gen

secretary of the Young Women’s
Christian Association, met her
in Bagdad during a tour she has
just made of the Middle East.

Children in Irak do not play
games; they do not know any. So
a Bagdad Moslem college asked
an English-woman on the staff of
the local YWCA to teach their

students some simple English
games.
The students, wren they be-

come teachers, will pass the games
on to parents, and they in turn
will teach their children how to
play.

Gentlemen First

Cheerful 44 - year - old Miss
Walder went to Beirut for an
international YWCA _ conference
of 40-odd nationalities. Official
language was English. ‘We heard
American-English, Japanese-Eng-
Tish, Dutch-English, Scandinavian-















English and occasionally just
English”, says Miss Walder.

She visited the camps near
Beirut for Arab refugees from

Palestine, saw there a curious
case of masculine privilege. When
milk supplied by the United
Nations was distributed, three
queues formed: one of men, who
expected to be served first, an-
other of women, a third of chil-
dren—in which all the boys were
in front and the girls behind.

But Across The Desert
Miss Walder travelled from
Beirut to Bagdad across the

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And

whom i

Margaret Sullavan “with!
played on the stage and

who can handle any role any
time” is the third actress. |
Bogart started acting (on the

stage) 30 years ago. His first

play: “The Ruined Lady,”
“Brave Bogart :
But even a tough man like

Bogey can have his moments of
weakness.

Asked to name some nameés
among the Hollywood feminine
duds, Bogey replied: “What, and
get them all down on my neck?
No thanks!”

So it looks as though he is in-
viting us to Knock On Any Door.

But Humphrey, isn’t that
rather qa Dark Victory? Just
think of all those girls you have
got sore at you. No wonder they
call them ‘the Roaring Twenties:

—L.E.S.

She is used to flying, is an ex-
pert glider pilot. But now she
finds no time for this sport. In-
stead she sails, has a yacht at
Weymouth for holiday times.

—L.E.S.



B.B.C. Radio
Programme

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1051
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11,30 a.m
Musica Britannica, 12.00 (noon) The News,

12.10 p.m. News Analysis.
1.00—7.15 p.m. . 43.43M 31.32M







4.00 p.m. The News, 4.10 p.
Service, 4.15 p.m. Rugby League Football,

. The Daily

4.25 p.m. Interlude, 5.00 p.m. Composer of
the Week, 5.15 p.m. Verdi's Requiem Part
Il, 600 pm Sandy MacPherson at
Theatre Organ, 6.15 p.m. Ulster Maga-
vine, 645 p.m. Programme Pardde, 6.55

p.m. Today’s Sport, 7.09 p.m. The News,
7.10 p.m. News Analysis, 7.15 p.m, Cricket
Report on Final Day’s Play in Seeond
Test

1 45—10.30 p.m. ....

48.43M 31.32M



745 p.m. Twenty Questions, 8.15 p.m.
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. Statement of
Account, 845 p.m. Composer of the
Week, 9.00 p.m. The Fire on the Snow,
10.00 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m. From
the Editorials, 10.15 p.m. Mid Week
Talk, 10.30 p.m. Cathedral Music,








THE GOLDEN SUPERMEN
CASH IN...-

By R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

Most Americans, whether they
watch them on TV or in the flesh
still think of all-in wrestlers as a
huge joke.

Their often ridiculous flam-
boyance and titles—“Golden Su-
perman,” “The Great Scott,”
“Georgeous George’ and “The
Red Menace’’—make all-in wrest-
ling a cheerful spectacle in which
everyone apparently suffers hid-
eous agonies—and nobody ever
gets really hurt.

Now it becomes apparent that
e “grunt-and-groan men,” as
are popularly known, are very
big business indeed,

So far this year 12,000,000 fans
have paid 15,000,000 dollars (more
than £5,000,000) to watch—a nine
per cent, attendance rise, and an
11 per cent. gate-money increase
over last year.

Going back to 1946, it is a rise
of 164 per cent. and 180 per cent,
respectively.

What used in the old days to
be a dull show, interesting only
to the few experts, has been
made over into a sort of full-scale
comic strip. And in modern Ame--
ica a comic strip rarely misses.

THE OLD STAR

GINGER ROGERS will tearm
with Fred Allen in their »yext film
—“‘We're Not Married.” It will
deal with a husband-and-wiie
team who appear together on a
breakfast-time rddio programme,

THE NEW STAR

THE CRITICS all like Audrey
Hepburn in Colette’s “Gigi”, Sam-
ple (Water Kerr in the New York
Herald-Tribune) :—

“Miss Hepburn is as fresh and
frisky as a puppy out of a tub.
She brings a candid innocence and
a tomboy intelligence to a part
that might have gone sticky, and














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White shoes,
in company, must be spot-

Propert’s White Renovato
or Propert’s Shuwhite, No
surer way of making sure
that white shoes are white!

comes like 4a
in a stifling

her performance
breath of fresh air

season.”
THE CHASE

WHEN a passer-by saw a rough-
locking man apparently ransack-
ing a bar-room till in Brooklyn he
started to run to the nearest tele-
phone,

When two off-duty Customs men
saw the passer-by running with a
bundle in his hands they thought
he had stolen something.

When a policeman at the end of
the street saw the two Customs
men racing along he thought they
were up to no good and chased
them.

Eventually, the passer-by, the
two Customs men, the policeman,
and others seized the man at the
till.

It turned out that he
plain - clothes detective,
for betting slips.

FREEZE-UP

A FREAK of wintry weather is
threatening to halt the 600 trams
and 350 buses in the twin cities of
St. Paul and Minneapolis. U.S.
Army engineers say that normally,
when it freezes, a sheet of ice
forms across the Mississippi but
that the water continues to flow
freely beneath this. *

This year, for the first time on
record, a five-mile stretch of the
huge river has become a “frazzle
of crushed ice.” So the power
turbines of the two cities may
give out at any moment.

NO BUYERS

THE Wall-street Journal con-
ducts a survey to find out why
production is slowing up in many
industries. It sums up: “Despite
all the hullabaloo about ‘short-
ages’ of materials the really big
brake on production is lack of
consumer demand.” Consumer
demand? Shoppers.

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NESDAY, DECEMBER

5, 1951



6 }
faribbean Trade

”
f

o . €

are bri

28th Nov.)
i it for exten-
ic and trade progres
ndies in the next two
members of the Export
gers Club were told yester-
t the Statler Hotel.
orting on a recent survey of
>» Rico, the Dominican Re-
, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba,
A. Aron, tire department
ter of the United States Rub-
xport Company, Ltd., noted
exceptions to the generally
istic outlook. Among these
the hurricane damage re-
suffered by Jamaica and
ted for improved living con-
$ in Haiti.
je future progress will be
ghted by development of
balanced economies through
r industrialization, it will
t also of expansion of agri-
fl production and mineral
ces, it was indicated
tlights of Mr. Aron’s
tas follow:

RTO RICO—The outlook is
Stic. A record 1952 sugar
f 1,350,000 tons is expected.
gitial gains industrially, not-
Econsumer goods production,
Ye. Exports to the United
mainiand for fiscal 1950-51
falued at $254,656,000, a rise
Qer cent. Imports from the
thd for the same _ period
@ $400,397,675, a gain of 28
ot.





report

{INICAN REPUBLIC — So

$ world market prices for
cofiee, cocoa and tobacco
§ near present ievels, im-

w% manutactured goods and
raw materials will con-
Television is being intro-
Industrial additions this

QBclude a spinning mill, a
mill and two tire-recapping

TI — Demand for exports of
cocoa, castor seed, sisal,
imd bananas continues good,
rices at high levels. Irriga-
ower and flood-control de-
jents are planned with the
a $14,000,000 Export-Import
loan, with materials to be



xpected To Rise

some time, particularly through a
90 per cent. loss of banana trees
and a 40 per cent. loss of cocoanut
trees. Three bauxite mining opera-
tions are expected to start in the
next six to twelve months.

CUBA — Economic outlook very
bright. Imports are exceeding ex-
ports by 20 per cent., largely owing
to heavy consumer demand since
the Korean war, Trade is expected
to be in balance next year along
with a rise in United States im-
ports. Sugar-crop prospects are
good, Industrialization, commer-
cial construction, municipal im-
provements and agricultural de-
velopment are expected to con-
tinue. Achievement of a balanced
economy through industrialization
is progressing, notably in cultiva-
tion of kenaf to replace jute for
bags.



Decision Confirmed

A decision against Me Donald
Nicholls of Army Hill, St. Joseph,
whom Police Magistrate Mr. C, L.
Walwyn had fined £1, was yester-
day confirmed by the Judges of
the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr
H. A. Vaughan and Mr. Hanschell.

The Police Magistrate had found
Nicholls guilty of allowing pas-
seugers to ride otherwise than in-
side the lorry G-284 which he was
driving along Hothersal Turning
on August 9.

The Appeal judges also ordered
Nicholls to pay 10/4 appeal costs,

Sgt. Fitz Herbert Bancroft who
was on duty along Hothersal
Road with P.C. 175 Broomes at
the time the offence was commit-
ted, told the Court that when the
lorry passed, two .men were
standing on the rear part grasping
uprights.

Nicholls said in nis defence that
he had seen the Police, but they
had not stopped him. He did not
know how many people were on
the rear part of the lorry.

Eleven Dead In
Pacific Storms

|





200lbs Of Coffee

WASHINGTON, Dec, 4.
The Senate Preparedness Com-
mittee plans to scold the United
States Air Force for using 200
pounds of stale coffee as “floor
sweep”.

Sub-Committee sources said that
the incident occurred at Carswell
Air Force base in Texas where
200 pounds of the Base’s Abundant
supply of coffee went stale. The
mess sergeant used coffee as a floor
sweep to hold down the dust.



BARBADOS

Go To Waste ° PROTEST

LETTER

BONN, Dec. 5
Allied High Commissioners have
sent letteys of protest to West
German Chancellor Konrad Aden-

auer against “nationalistic utter-
ances” by his transport minister
Dr. Hans Christopher Seebolm.

The minister said in a speeeh at
Kassel last week-end that he re-
fused to recognise in 1946 the bor-
ders of Germany as they were as

ADVOCATE

18 Killed by U.S.
Plane Crashes

NEW YORK, Dec. 4

Eighteen persons were killed
and 11 others injured yesterday in
a series of five airplane crashes
United States wide. Two of the

planes plowed into residential
districts, damaging or destroying
several homes, and two others

smashed into fields close by well-
travelled highways,

A B.29 Superfortress
low with tail down over
suburb, lopped the top storey

came in
a Denver

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WTR CE

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4

JOHN RAHR, B.W.I.

R.
M Airways’ newly appointed
General Manager arrived fron
Trinidad yesterday by B.W.I.A.
on a short visit. He is due to re-
turn to Trinidad today.

Due Next Week

ASSENGERS for Barbados on
board the Golfito which ar-

rives here

December llth are
Mrs. H. M. Adams and her six
and a half year old daughter,

Mrs. I. Belt, Mrs. B. S. Boyce and
two children, Miss FE. B. Cox,
Mrs. H. C. Dalimeyer, W/Cdr. and
Mrs. P. F. de Froberville, Mr
and Mrs. T. O. Dowding, Miss F.
Dowding, Cdr. G. F. Dugdale
R.N., Rtd., Miss S. M. Edghill,
Miss J E. Gooding, Cpl. W. K.

Greaves R.A.F.,, Mrs, M. D. Har-
rison, Miss K. C. Hawiins, Cdr
N. D. Holbrock, V.C., R.N., Rtd.,

and Mrs. Holbrock, Mr. and Mr

H. Homer, Dr. and Mrs. W. John-
son, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Jordan,
Mr. R. J. Noal, Mr. and Mrs. B.
W. D. Paul, Mrs. D. Roberts,
Miss C. K. Rahli, Maj. F. H.
Scovil, Sgt. C. P. Seale, R.A-F.,
Miss D. C. Thorne, Miss H. C.
Thorne, Mr. and Mrs J. B. Wa-
ters, Mrs. L. V. White, Mr, and
Mrs. C, Wylie.

Infransit

AJOR & MRS. CLEMMIE
BETTENCOURT-GOMES of
British Guiana are on board e
Golfito which is due here on De-
cember llth, They are en route
to Trinidad where they will
change ships for B.G.

Back To St. Lucia

R. AND MRS, DENNIS BAR-
NARD who had been holi-
daying in B’dos for over a month
returned yesterday to St. Lucia
by B.W.LA, where Mr, Barnard
is a planter. Accompanying them
were two of their sons. Their
third son Laurie has remained
in Barbados where he will go to
school,

Returned Home

R. CLEMENT DURANT,

Salesman of Messrs Stokes

and Bynoe Ltd, who left here

for the U.S. on November 22nd,

returned on Monday via Puerto
Rieo by B.W.LA.

Vice-Principal

R. P. M. SHERLOCK, Vice-

Principal of the Univer-

sity College of the West Indies

who visited Barbados from De-

cember ist to 3rd has left for St.

Vincent and is expected to re-
turn here tomorrow.

He was in Barbados in order
to confer with the Local Repre-
sentative of the University Col-
Jege, Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
with the Resident Tutor of St.
Lucia, Mr. B. H, Easter.

————

~ BY THE WAY...» tant

BOXER who stood on his
’ head in order to lose weight,
and succeeded, has struck a caitiit
blow at the whole furry-eared
race of dietologues, body-fuel
psychochemicogogues and pseude-
crats,

For why should a woman live,
like Villon’s wolves at the gates
of Paris, on air, if she can become
a walking skeleton by merely
standing on her head? What is
the explanation?

According to Dr. Nobostritsa, the
noted Albanian gyllographist,
when you stand on your head, the
blood-stream wobbles like a jelly
on a windy cliff-top and the air
it gives off drifts sideways, leav-

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8. Nothing on the boy to carry, (4)
9 caenee day pet upset. clever |

10. Remove to Me in, mate. (Â¥)

12, Beiungin to. =~your § daughter
when ww. (3)

13. Top of the arts? (4)

(4. Form of aeathly punishment, 1.e.

m. (5) 17. Blindly senile, (3)
18, Som: es called lawn sentinel.
a1 4) 20. The end of 15, (3)

eapon of old, or war

23; Found in tne net, (4).
24, Shortly reset. (5)

85. Little pores and his twin

(3)

“round it. (6
26, Ride easily to get the river,

cs as Down

+ Unco. (

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8. Is rain enovgh for dry fruit?

6)
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6. Dut mother | in the eae, ae In i
6. Th ‘shoe . AD
1 Macs ‘sssociate. (8)
13. @ cavalry weapon, (5
iB Bac af Ts out here, (6 c a

16. Ditto.
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Syme Aust?PaLlan.-iur
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a flying visit to Grenada last

week
While

thrillers

credit,

a number of

and radio plays to his
Mr. Syme’s more serious
literary field_ig travel biography
and he gained the U.S. Literary
Society's award last year for his
life of the famous’ explorer,
Pierre Radisson. He also wrote
“I, Mungo Park,” a tribute to an-
other great explorer and discover-
er of the Niger River.

He has already visited most of
the other West Indian islands.

there are

Returning To-morrow
M* RONNIE GITTENS, Man-
aging Director of Carib-
bean Theatres Ltd., and Mrs, Git-
tens are at present in Trinidad.
They flew over on Monday by
B.W.1.A. One_of the reasons for



JOYCE ST, JOHN

their visit was to attend a large

Iss pentuated | tres party given by Mr. Henry Tee-
SS 2 ST, JOHN, daugh- jueksingh, Managing Director of
ter of Mrs. J. B. Deane of Teelucksingh Theatres Ltd., in

Enterprise Road, Christ Church

Port-of-Spain last night.
and the late Mr. Albert St. John,

Mr. and Mrs, Gittens are due

has graduated as a nurse at back here tomorrow morning.

Kingston Hospital, Surrey. She

is now going on to Farnborough Aquatic Sports Postponed

Hospital, Kent, to continue her HE Harrison College Aquatic

studies Sports which were due to
e be held at the Aquatic Club to-

Educational Broadcasting day have had to be postponed

due to the rough sea. Besides this
the steps whieh were washed
away from the club will have
to be replaced.

The sports will now be held on

M* KEN ABLACK, Broad-
casting Officer in the Eas-
tern Caribbean, arrived from Tri-
nidad on Monday by B.W.LA. to

attend discussions on education- Wednesday, December 12th.

al broadcasting at the British

Caribbean Regional Education New Stalls

Conference, "TWO ne stalls il ake
Mr, Ablack is a guest at the oe ee wel ae

their appearance at the Ex-
hibition today. One by the Police
Boys’ Clubs displaying handicraft
and another by the S.P.C.A.
No Competition

OME weeks ago it was
announeed that land in
British Honduras was being sold
at $3.50 per acre and several
people wondered why Barbadians
who love land so much did not
make some effort to go there
where they could acquire large
tracts of agricultural land instead
of waiting for the Back to Africa
project which is to come off soon.
Last week a paragraph publish-
ed showed why the price of land
remained so low. There are only
67,000 people in that colony, three
times less than in Barbados and
only 7.60 to the square mile. It
means that there is nobody to
compete,

Talking Point
Courage is a moral quality. . .
It is a cold choice between two
“& alternatives, the fiwed resolve not
to quit . . . Courage is will-power.
—Lord Moran,

Marine Hetel.

Arriving by the same plane
from Trinidad were Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Baeza and family.

@



KEN ABLACK

ing what is called a sympathetic sauntered into a_ post office at
vacuum in three dimensions, This Dagenham, and said: “I want to
shifts the hormonie tissues of the be posted to India.” So astonished
lumbar ducts, and induces hypo- was the assistant that, hurriedly
silicism of the reticulated glabule. guessing the weight of the cus-
Hence loss of weight—until you tomer, she licked stamps to the
come the right way up again, value of £16 7s. 114d. and stuck

them all over Fido’s hide, It was
A contrary opinion afterwards discovered that Fido

UT Dr. Druspiczo contradicts was four sailors on shore leave,

this, He, wagging his cheeks Qf, J say, look here!
like the old raven of Montargis, ; are ire?
says that when you stand on your HE headmistress of a girls
head, 300,000,000 invisible and :~, school in France was awarded
colourless corpuscles desert the ® farthing damages the other day
head for the feet, thus shifting their 1? 4 case against a junior mistress.
weight in no uncertain manner, The girls had all been singing
epyes iis aeons Tai- Song about the headmistress, writ-
Yes, yes, But according to Tal ; i eae r
lantyre’s. Law of Non-Compen- ten by this junior mistress, The
satory Balance-Averages the cor- title was: “There are a devil of a
puscles themselves lose weight in- lot of camels in the world.
transit, and so a body upside Deep in the City
down loses weight proportionately HE talk of the moment in
to the number of these corpuscles financial circles is the ques-
present, When you come upright tion of the restoration of con-
again the corpuscles dash back, a vertibility—harsh music in the
increase theiy weight on the jour- great flapping ears of the Inter-
ney, Therefore the loss of weight is yational
merely temporary, as the flaneur you abolish control of capital
said when he removed the hulking transfer you lay yourself to
great chorus-girl from his knees, the charge of bolstering pas, ed
and meddling with exchange

in order to reach for a magnum,
control. Pedants can prove that
if the retail index rises seven or
eight points it will be overtaging
N assistant in the post office wage rates, But the ‘ac
into which an elephant walked answer tg all this is dhat the
the other day, said when the beast pound would look after itself in
had left; “We did not miss a single a free economy, and that you
stamp.” Did he think that ele- cannot expect to cut current ex-
phants go into post offices to buy penditure if you in
stamps? Or was he thinking of re garding disinflation as an
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‘gart Finds Meaning In 3 Pairs Of Eyes

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Hollywood's leading ladies during
| the week-end. Says he: “Few af

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| actresses.”
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Most of the girls in tu
business Angels with
Faces-—-are stiff and a
he reckons. “Only a ha
are pliable and uninhibited.”

Giving us a glimpse of Mr. B’s
own Dead Reckoning, he
adds: “You can the reat
actresses by their eyes. I do when
we're on the set. I see them get
that glazed look, and they seem
to be thinking: “What am |]
supposed to do next?”

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THERE is an Englishwoman in
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teaching .children’s game y to
grown-ups.

Miss Ruth Walder, genefy
secretary of the Young Women
Christian Association, met her
in Bagdad during a tour she has
just made of the Middle East.

Children in Irak do not play
games; they do not know any. So
a Bagdad Moslem college asked
an English-woman on the staff of
the local YWCA to teach their

students some simple English
games,
The students, when they be-

come teachers, will pass the games
on to parents, and they in turn
will teach their children how to
play,

Gentlemen First

Cheerful 44 ~ year - old Miss
Walder went to Beirut for an
international YWCA conference
of 40-odd nationalities. Official
language was English. “We heard
American-English, Japanese-Eng-
lish, Dutch-English, Scandinavian-
English and occasionally just
English”, says Miss Walder.
visited the camps
Beirut for Arab refugees from
Palestine, saw there a curious
case of masculine privilege. When
milk supplied by the United
Nations was distributed, three
queues formed: one of men, who
expected to be served first, an-
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horn only a handful come to the
movies with any stage experience.
They come out here and are made
stars overnight on the screen.

“They shouldn't take starring
roles until they know the busi-
ness. They leap into films before
they are ready.”

*Brave Bogart

Mr. Bogart manages to find
three pairs of eyes, apart from
those of Lauren Bacall, his wife,
which he thinks are exceptions
to the Dead End prospect.

The first eyes belong to Kath-
arine Hepburn, with whom —
coincidentally he made
“African Queen” in Africa not

Kim Hunter, with whom he is
‘now making a film called “Dexd-
line U.S.A” owns the second lot.

: Children Without é Gamma

MISS RUTH WALDER
d “lpvited by Moslems.



desert in a luxurious bus. Its
wheels flung up the sand so high
that it wés impossible to see
through the windows. All the
rest of her travels she did by air.

‘AMERICAN COLUMN :

THE GOLDEN SUPERMEN |\"°"*
CASH IN...-

By R. M. MacCOLL

NEW YORK.

Most Americans, whether they
watch them on TV or in the flesh
still think of all-in wrestlers as a
huge joke.

Their often ridiculous flam-

boyance and titles—‘Golden Su-
perman,” “The Great Scott,
“Georgeous George” and “The
Red Menace”—make all-in wrest-
ling a cheerful spectacle in which
everyone apparently suffers hid-
eous agonies—and nobody ever
gets really hurt.
Now it becomes apparent that
e “grunt-and-groan men,” as
ey are popularly known, are very
big business indeed,

So far this year 12,000,000 fans
have paid 15,000,000 dollars (more
than £5,000,000) to watch—a nine
per cent, attendance rise, and an
11 per cent. gate-money increase
over last year.

Going back to 1946, it is a rise
of 164 per cent. and 180 per cent.
respectively.

What used in the old days to
be a dull show, interesting only
to the few experts, has been
made over into a sort of full-scale
comic strip. And in modern Amev-
ica a comic strip rarely misses.

THE OLD STAR

GINGER ROGERS will tear
with Fred Allen in their next film
—‘We’re Not Married.” It will
deal with a husband-and-wiie
team who appear together on a
breakfast-time rddio programme,

THE NEW STAR

THE CRITICS all like Audrey
Hepburn in Colette’s “Gigi”, Sam-
ple (Water Kerr in the New York
Herald-Tribune) :—

“Miss Hepburn is as fresh and
frisky as a puppy out of a tub.
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951
sass —— ——
=PEOTAL THURSDAY Itwrmâ„¢
“VIGILANTES RETORN” (Cinecotor) TOWN
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think of all those girls you have

got sore at you. No wonder they

call them ‘the Roaring Twenties:
—L.E.5.





Cae

EMPIRE

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She is used to flying, is an ex-
pert glider pilot. But now she
finds no time for this sport. In-
stead’ she sails, has a yacht at
Weymouth for holiday times.



Columbia Pictures Presents



—LES. |« THE HARLEM GLOBE
B.B.C. Radio TROTTERS ”
Programme Hii

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11,30 a.m.
Musica Britannica, 12.00 (noon) The News,

Thomas GOMEZ and
The Original Harlem Globe







12.10 p.m. News Analysis. Trotters
1.00-—-7.15 pom. 43.43M 31.22M
4.00 p.m. The News, 410 p.m. The Daily
Service, 4.15 p.m. Rugby League Football.| qamorrow only — 4.30 & 8.30
4.25 p.m. Interlude, 5.00 p.m, Composer of ’
the Week, 5.15 p.m. Verdi's Requiem Part
Il 4.00 p - fens MacPherson at|Universal Double ! !
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4.30 & 8.15 ‘
Republic Double - - -

Roy ROGERS - - Dale EVANS

“ RADAR PATROL “ DON’T FENCE ME IN”

comes like a
air in a stifling

performance
of fresh

THE CHASE
WHEN a passer-by saw a rough-
looking man apparently ransack-
ing a bar-room till in Brooklyn he
started to run to the nearest tele-
phone,
When two off-duty Customs men

her
breath
season.”

Republic Whole Serial - - -

saw the passer-by running with a — and —

bundle in his hands they thought VS

he had stolen something. x ‘“ ”
When a policeman at the end of WEB OF DANGER

the street saw the two Customs ” with

men racing along he thought they

were up to no good and chased
them.

Eventually, the passer-by, the
two Customs men, the policeman,
and others seized the man at the
till.

It turned out that he
plain - clothes detective,
for betting slips.

Adel MARA — Bill KENEDY

OLYMPIC

Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.15] Tomorrow & Friday 4.30 & 8.15
M.G.M. Double . . . M.G.M.



was a
, Double .
looking

Ricardo MONTALBAN in—

FREEZE-UP Esther WILLIAMS in—

A FREAK of wintry weather is >
threatening to halt the 600 trams ‘DUCHESS OF IDAHO”’ | ‘ BORDER INCIDENT”
and 350 buses in the twin cities of AND
St. Paul and Minneapolis. u~ AND
Army engineers say that normally, ‘
when it freezes, a sheet of ice ON AN ISLAND WITH
forms across the Mississippi but}‘* PICTURE OF DORIAN YOU”
that the water continues to flow
freely beneath this. * GRAY” Color by Technicolor

This year, for the first time on
record, a five-mile stretch of the
huge river has become a “frazzle
of crushed ice.” So the power
turbines of the two cities may
give out at any moment.

ROX Y
NO BUYERS

THE Wail-street Journal con- Today Last 2 Shows 4.30 & 8.15 Tomorrow Only 4.30 & 8.15
ducts a survey to find out why] United Artist Double .
production is slowing up in many
industries. It sums up: “Despite

with Hurd HATFIELD

with Esther WILLIAMS

a

“HE WALKED BY

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all the hullabaloo about ‘short-
ages’ of materials the really big HT”’ “ ; 9
brake on production is lack of NIG STRANGE WOMAN
consumer demand.” Consumer “a ‘ ‘
demand? Shoppers. with Richard BASEHART Ato
oe ee ee es AND

“QUICK SAND” “INTRIGUE”

with Mickey ROONEY GEORGE RAFT











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TO-NITE 8.15 p.m—STEEL AND MARICO CONTEST
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE .

Caribbean Trade expec

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L

Dies From Fright









;
ik VINCENT
iA ; Hadle Gib NEW YORK, Dec, 4
7 e | ‘ \ ‘ Gaara Mato - An autop performed on the
x ecte ; oO ise } 4 ; } > Aaishof, N i Moore, Fred body of f ear old Marcia
o | 7 â„¢ oa Syce Hazel A Boyee, F | Weinstein re led that the child
Ras "| shemouh Dutt Tuby C. Bo ed of sudden fright after being
(Fre N.Y. Times 28th Nov.) some time, particularly through a| y fortha Caroline La Windfield ¢ mses oa gue aa ae
Prospects are bright for exten- 90 per cent. loss of banana enn Frem GRENADA frighte ning “ perience caused by
Sive economic and trade progress and a 40 per cent. loss of cocoanut |" rl Holder, F W r the emsuatenutiaan at tm het ret
in the West Indies in the next two trees, Three bauxite mining opera | | Pras MARTINIQUE sulted in asphyxiation and the girl
years, members of the Export tions are expected to start in the Charles White, Jansen-Somner collapsed and died on her way to
Managers Club ‘vere told yester- next six to twelve months.” rs oe oe E a school,—U.P.
day at the Statler Hotel. CUBA — Economic outlook very ; * | Bac ? ett
ie Reporting on a recent survey of bright. Imports are exceeding ex- = R n" oe Ed w... ite a
uerto Rico, the Dominican Re- ports by 20 per cent., largely owing a r Yop aoe a °
public, Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba, i heavy A rbinenes demand since is OUT Wi (a (ag ‘ee ay: ee Deringtor, & In Touch With Barbados
John A. Aron, tire department the Korean war, Trade is expected i Risk) i from TRINIDAD 4
manager of the United States Rub- to be in balance next year along } ‘ 6) } i Yesterday Ms Costal Station
ber Export Company, Ltd., noted with a rise in United States im- 1g { veodiine ‘ aeate . es noialion or
some exceptions to the generally ports. Sugar-crop prospects are roza, R. De Med M. De Mendina, J. , Cable and Wireless (W.L) Led. advise
optimistic outlook, Among these good. Industrialization, commer- harlery, |S. Henry, A Sateney, H. folowing ships through their Barbados
were the hurricane damage re- cial construction, municipal im- etaien =} ant s ae a eee ee Coast: Station :
cently suffered by Jamaica and provements and agricultural de- Carew, J. Furnival, D. Lewis, $ i ;
the need for improved living con- velopment are expected to con- Peer Se Repeal: a, anaes ‘Alte then. Ge
ditions in Haiti. tinue. Achievement of a balanced walt, ss. Cottonwood
While future progress will be economy through industrialization ! Sater ROAY eer ss. City Alma, s,s. Belita s.
highlighted by development of is progressing, notably in cultiva- | vor PRINIDAD ‘e Pee oh Tore eS ene
more balanced economies through tion of kenaf to replace jute for Catherine Pijikamp, Willem Pijikamp, y ss. Mente Ammboto, as; Anios
further industrialization, it will bags. Hn Sri eee Eien, Sze aise Usodiriass : a. 2S
consist also of expansion of agri- ~ 7 2 . me oa For To hend 8 ni, a4. Ure,
cultural production and mineral 1 iis ov . | jorie Bayne, Christopher Bayne, Ra Tiger, 3.8, Hamburg British Confi
resources, it was indicated. Decision Confirniyed | : ehard Bayne. Gosden cence, 3 1d De Barquisimeto, s.5.
Highlights of Mr. Aron’s report aoe - Ad ep- Maria P attire '¢ s. Raban, s.s. Arigue
by areas follow: : A decision against Mc Donaid eevee

PUERTO RICO—The outlook is
opUmustic. A record 1952 sugar
crop of 1,850,000 tons is expected.
Substantial gains industrially, not-



Nicholls of Army Hill, St. Joseph,
whom Police Magistrate Mr. C. L. |
Walwyn had fined £1, was yester- |
day confirmed by the Judges of
the Assistant Court of Appeal, Mr























Saint-Forig
Henry, Alcec
Bertie Easte
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Maisie
muis Lannuzel, Lydie Lannuzel i
uzel, Jean Lannuzel, brene Lannuzel
Williams, Ronnie Gitten
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oddare J 1es8 a WuzE ‘AN

ably in consumer goods production, H, A. Vaughan and Mr. Hanschell. Godtard, _ Jecaus ‘ ae i PARADA
continue. Exports to the United The Police Magistrate had found DECEMBER 4, 1951!
States mainland for fiscal 50-5 . $s g y allowin, as- Gladys €6 3/10% pr, Cheques on
were valued ‘at $284 656 O0e s rise Bion we ride caotane thar i ‘ h h h bad ! h | 1 k h } tens, Noel Waters, Joan Waters, Nobel Bankers 64 3/10% pr

a at $254,656, ,a senge » ric s ‘ " . > Ye foplinas 1e on incline. > your »it slimmer.” kar, Arthur Procope, Margaret Benko Demand Drafts 64.15% pr.
of 21 per cent. Imports from the side the lorry G-284 which he was : Rat er than hurt somebody’s feelings, 1 should have been inclined to make your John Bull a bit slimmer Fares vont t vse yet Raney: penans t nee
mainland for the same period driving along Hothersal Turning wudon Express Servics ter PUERTO ax o 6 310% pr ‘ able ib

; 7" ere a ris Seale Joor ce arn ya le ¢ a1 y irrerne 62 8 yo vr.
totalled $400,397,675, a gain of 28 on August 9. a ans. Guceee ‘ ng mine I ernie pr ou oe bie he
per cent, The Appeal judges also ordered ja Bynoe, Pearl Knight Silvex





Nicholls to pay 10/4 appeal costs.

DOMINICAN REPUBLIC — So



r r ¥
Sgt. Fitz Herbert Bancroft who . " Go / * ‘ }
nate Sim oo ee een an eee wa on duty along Hothersal 200Ibs Of flee PROTEST ” —— im ue
ugar, colfee, cocoa ana tobacco ‘ > ” . s at
ead aid are Road with P.C. 175 Broomes at + so a , ‘ ¢ > PRS 4, ‘
remain, near present jevels, iM~ the time the offence was commit- Go To Waste I lane Crashe s
ports of manufactured goods and tog told the Court that when the '
needed Taw materials will con- lorry passed, two men were WASHINGTON, Dec, 4. ] EK TD TER 3 NEW YORK, Dec. 4 m* oa
tinue. Television is being intro- standing on the rear part grasping The Senate Preparedness Com- ’ Bighteen persons were killed THER E S DAN G I R
duced. Industrial additions this ol ofinie . i t 2 and 11 others injured yesterday In a
ei Sune ete * uprights. mittee plans to scold the United BONN, Dec. 5 . 7 :
dre iat alae an aberea aia mil, a Nicholls said in nis defence that States Air Foree for using 200 Allied High Con ssioners ' ave + se See aerate Se
textile mill ang two ire-recapping he had seen the Police, but they pounds of stale coffee a ‘floor ist jet rae or rs we ; United States wide. Two of the IN T H I re W oO R M
plants, — had not stopped him. He did not sweep”, sent letters of protest to West planes plowed into residential s) 1
HAITI — Demand for exports of know how many people were on German Chancellor Konrad Aden- qistricts, damaging or destroying
coffee, cocoa, castor seed, sisal, ihe rear part of the lorry. Sub-Committee sources said that auer against “nationalistic utter- several homes, and two others
sugar and bananas continues good, ceapnasd dacehiablinensanbabeite the incident occurred at Carswell ances” by his transport minister smashed into fields close by well-

Dr. Hans Christopher Seebolm.
The minister said in a speech at
Kassel last week-end that he re- A 6.29 Superfortress came in
fused to reeognise in 1946 the bor- low with tail down over a Denver
ders of Germany as they were as Suburb, lopped the top storey off
result of the Versailles Peace one home, clipped three others,

with prices at high levels, Irriga-
tion, power and flood-control de-
velopments are planned with the
aid of a $14,000,000 Export-Import
Bank loan, with materials to be
supplied from the United States,

Air Force base in Texas where travelled
200 pounds of the Base’s Abundant

supply of coffee went stale. The

Eleven Dead In
mess sergeant used coffee as a floor

. . ¥,
Pacific Storms sweep to hold down the dust
CALIFORNIA, Monday. a

highways,



and additional capital of $7,000,000 Violent week-end storms with _ The Air Force had obtained Treaty. ona sane hep tage
to be furnished the Haitian winds up to 105 miles per hour the coffee from the Army a Vpritbeel” Stistat Se csia’ oa” 4 . . ae pli
Government. lashed the Pacific Ocean off the at 67 cents a pound so the floor f nited State : oe as : —_ 0 ame ay CaF
California Coast and forced sweep cost $134, The Carswell to-day: We heartily conceit Eight airmen were el ed anc
JAMAICA Considerable hur- Golden Gate to close. Eleven per- incident will be included in the any such nationalistic utterances seven other persons including a
ricane damage last August will sons were left dead, and at least Sub-Committee’s Report on waste- which do great disservice to Ger maid ir one of the homes were
affect seriously the economy for two missing. fulness at Air Force bases, many in world opinion,’ UP. injured —U.P.

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tural Department’s capacity to supply

wade tor ‘ j , > Ww seeds for planting. Any oné who knows euatelvade for dwarfs, that it The Hoboes’ Ball in my village Erratic accounts and mis-|hoping that the Paris talks on Germany’s
how seriously understaffed is that Depart- is almost impossible for the fat of Bramdean was a howling spellings in. the ik of gr future would save him £550 million on his
ment can readily appreciate this contin- to get any clothing at all. success, Until they asked me to and people whom I know leat § s

udd failure to supply as many string beans

a reader's description of her _ Still, | one ‘ 5 |
’ ‘ ; “ is et i es i 3 tr » than But the book is great fun, Now a c
' sttuce seeds as growers want to buy. husband. “He is a bony Scots- Judging hoboes is less tricky ; 7 : “| But he heard that no decision was 1
and lettuce seeds as growers Ws 7 man who, after my cooking for judging beauty queens. will some European. write a} as, taken

Understanding of the Agricultural De-
partment’s difficulties does not however
lessen the seriousness of the food situation.









This is unfair, I have known

As for the eating part, here is

20 years, still stays at 10st. 6lb.,
but he, too, is a good eater—
only it doesn’t layer on him.”

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

Bruce Blunt's Column



hold Management,” Ist edn. 1861.
Among Hoboes

help in judging the costumes,

had advantage.

Hoboes are less temperamental
and more used to missing prizes.

In The Slips






please bring your own food with

me to suspect the accuracy of
information which I cannot check

“Travel Guide to U.S.A.”?
It could be even funnier.

Not So Bad



—_—-

| West German finance Minister, was|

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|that would enable him to draw a big red-
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5,

: |
> BARBADOS tea ADVOE | |
© BARBADOS waa ADVOGATE seal aainia waa WHAT ADENAUER FOR FINEST
. SSS fase ILLUSTRATED BY OSBERT LANCASTER
Siasat by the Navectio Os., tie., Revet Mt, ethovtews | KST CHRISTMAS CARDS
'
: i
Wednesday, December 5, 1951 | — WANTS—
Ti!) ee Beat to THE Friends of Fat are form- “Some ihmen,” we are
ling fast. There seem to be t ¢ told, “habitaally eat eight times a Call d Select Early f
‘ ‘By ’ . g s rere seem to be two , ae an elec arly rom
AGRECI } LT RE . | motives a joining es re . ’ ng oh where, are these and how it could cost you 9a
sponsorec vy nis column last aN ot = 9 | ,
recht Wiel thet tn (45 phen: 9 well-fed types among us: aa Say ADVOCATE STATIONERY
eines kot ineeets tide ‘Stier So: rt ke Apart these heroic) on income tax | .
; itici | Fat 1 says ‘ } : trenc! * our usual meals)
pite the Utopian promises of politicians a dala? aes te ohana = are .d “Breakfast i
» people arbados are beginning to | aftectior sy have + be- ay usually vy; lunch.-is sub- . 3S ETON
the people of Barbadosvare beginning t0 Jaftection. “They have now be- Jag stantial; tea at 4.30 is a ritual in| (By CHARL!S WIGHTON)
feel anxiety about next year's food supply. One avn theta g Mane gross every walk of life; dinner... is}
But the people’s enthusiasm to grow more eaters of atetee food, a4 G6 o the visemeesevast of " te | : BONN
mies —- +j >» icul- iers the lace through “ _ Com a ne ae. Sane . so & moa
food again seems to outstrip the Agricul entre lo: gw eae nea Mrs. Isabella Beeton in “House- gometime, Mr. Fielding. bus| PRENT, bald, Bavarian Fritz Schaeffer, the|

1951



That is all the difference, you A __ lively book, “Fielding’s piviy, P ; pha nt we 7
‘ ;: ss . ” evival of interest in Aleister Had -vear- *hance . -
It is time that the vacancies of the De- |see. ‘ . a om y Europe, at Crowley Sougik fest 2 ac 76 7" : “ C ee ae ee won
: z : The ive is th: at Edi as just come my way. has . _j|an immediate ns ‘ ers
partment were filled. They will only be + re nae - this It an " Amoaaients publication, snes ot smug eared judgments eaten a i? en te ritis 1 ' a ers 0
: : : oe ; 7 ”S 7 rn > “s who neve » him.| wo ave se “aha 4 ‘
filled when sufficient financial inducement age of slimming, only need to and New. York colleague Newell Riedie wae a recat. ak Be. mee 1e equivalent of an - 5
$ f ability assert’ themselves for instant Rogers tells me that every other that He fed a rematica bie extra 9d. in the £ income tax next year. 1s e rpe
is offered to men of ability. recognition, American tourist carries it with velicabdbdal mind, Se Mit ‘oak per 16 oz. Bottle
Here as one reader's summing: 5 yo sis: sg American) kindness.” He could be very good| Of the £550 million total paid to the Allies ,

The Governor of Barbados in a speech
to the Legislature on April 25, 1950 warned
that “any savings which accrue to the
Treasury from vacant posts or lower
standards” would “be the results of false

a

up of pros and cons.

WE FAT PEOPLE
following :—

1, We are happier; 2, We can
cook, and I mean cook; 3, We
have a grand sense of humour;

score on the

every
tourist must have the oddest con-
ceptions of Europe. '

Author Temple Fielding blends:
an irritating self-assurance
uch brilliant flashes of
that one’s irritation breaks down!

#® There is a queer

withee .
acumenl} Augustus John.

~ company.

tale of the
‘last portraif which was done of
him. It was a drawing by

It was hung at an exhibition of
chat artist’s work. When several,

for the cost of occupying Germany, Britain
has been drawing almost one third. This
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three divisions of B.A.O.R., and the R.A.F.

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4, We don’t worry unduly; 5, Our just in time. a e vaien 8 jet fighter squadrons in Germany. When thej{ __
rs economy.” complexions are real and very | France is classed with Egypt pee ete Sow been a/Occupation stops (and, of course, it can’t go i
mue etter, North Africa, an aly as one a 1 . “ : 3 . ~“
WE_LOSE, alas, on the following: the four chief robber countries! oe wee ie ee Se on for ever), that stops too. | i
% The Governor's" warning was not taken 1, We can’t wear jewellery This all my experience flatly! en — Jobn er ee :
: : (unless we're careful in its denies. fF " ss ? yermany’s contribution towards the ec T
so far as the Agricultural department was} {Unless Wert “ooking gaudy: “Never leave your luggage, drawing had pe eee oes ost SAN ON
concerned: 2, We can’t sit elegantly; 3, We unguarded in a waiting taxi or ie al tan, buick did : an ied forces here was one of the three
can’t smoke elegantly; 4, We in the custody of a_ strange '* creel ae + ae ig differences between the Western Powe
can’t wear high heels; 5, We porter,” says Mr. Fielding. not recognise him myself. = rs

7 work has not been filled since Mr. Hal- ed eee we don’t mind Sirier? can you find a familiar try not long before his death. about to-day’s emergency Four-Power talks
" crow left two years ago and officers who AND 6, We can’t keep on a diet His advice on Marseilles is The familiar heavy jowl and|in Paris.

The vacancy in Agricultural extension

now fill key posts are likely to leave soon
unless enrolments and conditions of ser-
vice are improved. These unfortunate

can't always wear our favourite

for more than four hours.
Now which would the
rather have?
Please don’t say I said all this,

men

Where, in any large railway

brief, if inadequate. He just says
“Skip it.”

My advice on Mr. Fielding's
account of French wines is exactly



He then told me how Crowley
had come to see him in the coun-

fleshiness were gone and the face
had become that of an ascetic, a
Spanish grandee with a_ little
pointed beard. Impressed by the
then

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" circumstances ought never to have devel- Who Says finished the rl ne Rs John did that fine FTER long, and sometimes bitter, meet-
‘ ‘ : awing. So : oe fe
oped. There has been plenty of warning. dessert is placed on the table, or Bat . was certainly not the ings with the Bonn Prime Minister in 5-gIin. HIGH PRESSURE TYPE
: The Governor himself gave one early in spromnnne’ Welt Peel niemen Crowley of former ‘times. The|the past few weeks, the three Allied High

1950 and there has been continuous sup-
port in the Press for the view that Barba-
dos is primarly an agricultural country and

| WHEN dinner is

to wet a corner of the napkin, but
the hostess, whose behaviour
will set the tone of all the ladies
present, will merely wet the tips



old magician had _ brought off a
vanishing trick at last.
Sign, Please

My thanks to all kind readers

;Commissioners in Germany told their For-
eign Ministers in London, Paris and Wash-
|ington, “We are stuck. It is your turn to

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u cannot affofd to neglect agriculture. The |°f, "7", a a aaret. Ke They are still ‘oming in so ean.|argue with Adenauer. —
ua ; e 7 . . h Continentals not judged yet. aE ings . ss SE
warning of the Governor was not taken Bvenh gag icine cthe One thing embarrasses me. 1] The Germans are offering the Western Available from Stock.

i\ and today the Press is unceasingly warn- |), 5uth; but it is a custom which no have a lot of signs, but not “| powers 12 tough Wehrmacht divisions in

i ing the people of this-island that the day English gentlewoman should, in single brewer has offered me a g s

of reckoning is at hand. Barbados cannot
continue to discourage first class ability by
offering third class salaries. The island
has so far been fortunate in obtaining the
services of many Barbadians with first
class qualifications but to-day even many
of these are finding it more lucrative and

the slightest degree imitate.—

Appeal

AN old man wearing dark
glasses with cheeks unshaven and
a gray-white beard sits dejected-



pub to hang one on.—L.E.S.

For Fishermen

(By GEORGE HUNTE)

~
that rent their hearts in two and

Because where the Cricket Pitcli |

used to be a capsized fishing boat
was bursting its sides buffeted by

jreturn for the end-of-the-occupation treaty.
So they do not see why they should pay for
he Allied army as well.

In any case they have told the British that
it will cost at least £2,000 million to organise

arms and equip the new Wehrmacht at the
start.



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more eneouraging. to: vind “employment }'v on a wooden stump: Hees oT acer of theit bowts ing and says z s * ‘ A
! elsewhere. apposite where he sits big white ing and tossing on the: unsteady A man re fifty e so mie sioners that the Germans might be able to
' clouds of spray slightly tinged sea. gazing : watching as wen y Hidde thle! more than he resend c
with becwn, beeee thunderingly “The Lady Marie” was saved Hig was the only face that carriec | p t £550

High on the list of priorities to be dealt
with by the new House of Assembly is the

down and rush along the sands
towards him. On his left what was

and “Mona Leza” + = down near
where the old man gat pondering
on the mysterious ways of God

a smile that afternoon. “I hope
that isn’t your boat” I said hesi-
tantly, not wanting to intrud

| million,
| But, rapping the table, he bluntly warned




' i fe ants . ic ce ¢ at lies piled in wooden ; sche 4 ‘ , them: “We int-blx refus .
question of emoluments for the Agricul- ie” gris ae ie eer gigantic “Frozen Jo stood. dry_and sate, upon his private grief. “No No |them: “We point-blank refuse to pay for & Cool!
‘ tural Department, An overworked and inhabitant of the earth had tired Higher up the “Vandyck” gaping he replied “I come from St both the new Wehrmacht and the Alliec

understaffed department will always do of his game of dominos and left Wide open + tied a a Jong armies in Germany.”
: : : them stacked for some underling rope toa large mahogany tre His was the only cheerful face
its best under good leadership and the de- |, clear away. whose roots were already being that I saw as I walked up and| The British High Commissioner, Sir Ivone

partment is fortunate in having an enthu-
siastic Director with wide experience of
agriculture in the West Indies but Barba-
dos’ needs are too urgent for a policy of
“make do”.

There is little to be gained from deplor-
ing the past although politicians would be
less than human if they neglected to draw
the conclusion that the recent government
has been more concerned with getting the
maximum from the employer for the
worker’s pay packet, than with the soil
and food production.

The Governor cannot be included in this
note of condemnation, He placed the pro-
duction of food as the second priority after
water and he gave his ‘timely warning
about false economy resulting from lower
standards. Unfortunately his words fell
on deaf ears and to-day we are all paying
the penalty as more and more people flock
into the town and the land loses its cen-
turies-old appeal.

There is nothing to be gained by an in-
quest on the past; what the voters want
from both political parties before the elec-

tions is an assurance that whoever wins bulent water, Some sank, some 24). ; Sen ec 5 a A
ue ee as to whether he was clearly visi- ly, and policeman William Ken- : :
agriculture will once again be reinstated as SE ee meas ble to all hands, suddenly clam- nedy tensely covered the snake| Premier Adenauer does not object to thal

the king pin of Barbadian economy and

that no effort is spared to persuade the best

agriculturists to fill vacancies and to keep
them by offering attractive remuneration

To the right of the old man in a
little dump of refuse stands a very
small and very thin cat a pitiful
creature. She gazes in silent terror
at the frightening waves. A young
girl of five and a man of thirty-
five stand near the old man and
watch. No one speaks. Only the
waves thunder and erash and the
water rushes violently up the sott
brown-white sands thrusting its
way between the roots of the tall
green casuarinas.

This is at 3.30 on Monday after-
noon.

Earlier that morning the sea nad
been even more violent, It had
come rushing up at the Casuarinas,
leapt the fence and pushed the
sand on and on until the earth had
been covered in the garden of
“old Trees.”

The water lily pond was invad-
ed and the lilies scattered like bits
of draggled seaweed all over the
lawn. Only salt water fish could
live now in the swimming pool.
But the house escaped all damage.
It was the garden which suffered
from the sea’s too passionate em~
brace.

Out among the breakers how-
ever the game of destruction had
been played to a finish with fren-
zied impatience, Stately fishing
boats with happy names like “Op-
portunity” were torn adrift from
their anchor and thrown against
each other in angry disdain. Sides
caved in and masts dropped, trail-
ing rope and canvas into the tur-

went down to the beach at two in
the morning. It was dark and no
boats could put out in that raging
seething powerful pressure of
water. They could do nothing

only wait until the first glimpse

undermined by the water relent-
lessly pushing, relentlessly bur-
rowing its way.

No one walking along the beach
from Paynes Bay to 3rooklyn
yesterday for the first time and
feeling the forceful pushing waves
lap round his feet would have
thought that 72 hours before a lit-
tle boy of 4 had been swimming
in those waters.

No ‘ene looking at the spot
where St. James’ young men play
cricket every Sunday on an open
beach would believe it if his first
sight of the beach was yesterday.



John.

down the sea-wrecked beaches
There is sorrow today in fisher-
men's houses. There is sorrow
and sadness and uncertainty. But
there is also faith in God and
their fellow man. “God will
provide” said one, as he stood
clutching the stick used to kill
Sharks, and “studying the waves”
while spars and canvas were
being smashed against the rocks
before his eyes.

Each one of us can help by con
tributing to the Advocate fund. to
relieve their sorrow and to show
how much we appreciate their
faith in God and confidence in us



Reeall How They Cheered ?

By R. M. MacCOLL
NEW YORK.

It will be ten years ago next

month that Mr. Churchill, in the
days immediately after Pearl Har-
bour, went to Washington.
« And a highlight of that memor-
able visit was the joint Press con-
ference held by President Roose-
velt and the visiting P.M.

Nobody who saw it, as I did, will
ever forget the terrific show put on
by the two. Each was in top form
The reporters were enchanted—
almost hypnotised—by the pro-
ceedings, as their eyes swept from
cigar to cigarette-holder, and back
again to cigar.

But, of course, the unlooked-for
climax burst on us all when Mr
Churchill, murmuring some doubt



bered up oh to his seat and stood
there acknowledging a delight-
ed roar of applause

What Washington is asking now
is: Will the precedent be followed
by Mr. Truman with another joint
Press conference during the com-

_ Lesson For Bing
While British comic Norman
Wisdom was doing one of his “soft
shoe” routines during his film tes
at the Paramount studios in Holly-

wood, on to the set, unshaven and |

wearing his usual sloppy sport:
clothes, came wandering Bing
Crosby,

“I wish I could do that,’ he mur-
mured. “I need a dance routine
for my next picture.”

So Norman promptly gave him |

a lesson, and they gossiped about
golf at St. Andrew's.

Nursery Rhyme

In GARY, Indiana, there wer«
red faces all round. While Mrev.
Amos Brewster moaned hysterical-

with his gun, policeman Andy Ball
charged into the darkened nursery
and snatched the sleeping baby out
of harm’s way. Then. Kennedy
fired—-and the snake flew to pieces.

It was a porcelain snake, and no- |
body quite knows what it was do- !

| Xirkpatrick, and his French colleague Andre
*rancois-Poncet were just as blunt to Aden-
auer,

EMERGENCY

RITAIN and France, already bearing the
| heaviest share of the European rearma-
|ment burden—while Germany is doing
almost nothing—are unable to pay another
penny, or another sou, they told Adenauer.

That is the main problem which was
| tackled in Paris to-day.
| The other two big difficulties holding ur
| the end of the occupation—and parallei form-
| ation of the new German Army—are :—

| ONE: What happens if a sudden emer-
) gency arises in Germany ?



| The three Western Powers insist on reserv-
ing their right to declare a state of emer-
|gency, which means restoring military gov-

}ernment in the event of grave public dis-
order which the Bonn Government could not

|} control.

An emergency might range from a Rea
; Army invasion to a revolution of new Nazi
fuehrer Otto Ernst Remer, or a coup by the
German Communists.

safeguard. He refuses to sign a treaty with
the Western Powers, however, unless his
|Government is permitted to share in decid-
{ing when there is a German emergency.

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which is needed by the children
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To The Rae, ae weenie of that body and #9 Srey cannot tablished #o keep them from af produced a formula which would satisfy him any of our side doors and %
To the Kd he Ad Ot the St Michan Westy "hei be Tt to atone for his state- the street and out of the Courts. | that no emergency action would be taken :

‘0 the Kditor, the vocate, are RRA etry a te ment. Showing any great measure of rj i y ; ;
f days ago recorded the grave dis- “That point is easily settled. If aronywmne athe ei eure of | without reference to his Government, your parcels will be delivered S
SIR,—I am among many people glad to content of members of that body mr, Cox had been concerned in will not bring the desired apology } i %
find that the Dog Show has been revived \tr MR the alleged remark of the Enquiry in his capacity @8 @ nor remedy | the situation. And TWO: Talks with the Russians. Dr. Aden- romptl %

x G as . s ne in- » Exec ye ¢ > : ne] : : ®
Tera aries : Mr. M. E. Cox at the recent Prin- Member of the Executive and the men in publig life need not be so | auer presses for a written guarantee that Pp puly, %
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at the Industrial Exhibition this year and cess Alice Enquiry “that the Ves- same statements had been made thin skinned. There is a part of | whatever status Western Germany achieves $
hope that it will be a successful show try is a corrupt body.” either by or about him he would theip lives which is no longer rae oe y es %
at a> 5 ae They would have been less than jaye had to suspend his attend- theirs exclusively. It belongs to now should apply in future to the Russian -
What I should like to remind the public human if the members of the Ves~ ance and membership of that body the general public whom they re- |and Polish zones $ m1 g
4 é as aie a . al vapmy try did not register disapproval gt least until he had been @xXOM- presen » oni ‘ i. O | 18 M Sh D. ie
and espec ially ; reich people who carry of the remark but there must be eeatatl of any accusations. ee eae rues nae a The Western Powers have refused. Such n y ore opping ays %
children to the Show, that they should not some neleae in Seorns with ‘phe main point in my letter to public scrutiny and public critic. |a guarantee, they say, would strangle future x
oe . dba ee ene matters of public interest. ; ne > members itici 7 ; «oes #4] : : ~
try to touch the d Even grown ups must can hat her ceieened whether’ YoU se remind the members a“ ism. That criticism and scrutiny | negotiations with the Russians. %
aaa ih 4 mm. re g . the Vestry that it is ne part of is not based on any delicately ad- | >
avoid the temptation. True it is that well the remark was true or not ex- their duty to refuse to do their justed rules as in the Courts of | s
bred dogs are not spiteful like the mon- Tot to si i few aad weare duty imposed on them by statut> law. It is a crude examination | When. the occupation stops the’ Allied %
grels but these pets are not always in the Satatnant But set hie ca or re aa because ae = * a eae — rough ready treat- | forces will stay in Germany as part of Eisen- x
J : slic enqui saic Ss about ne! ne ye Se. , re
same mood. And finally it spoils a well those vestrymen who demanded en ae potent eos for it r The acenineh pe get politician | how er’s forces. ¢ %
trained dog to have too many people, and oF Apclony tee ee ae They at their electioh promised should not be allowed to prevent And that changeover will not take place}¢$ ‘ ‘ () ar Ons Nie %
. ; , tee a Ss the sower - the hael’ Jestr < . . a.

strangers espec toying vith it. would be an admission that Mr. eae " 3 P Hey a ve a “ y ee we ee until Adenauer agrees to a German contri-|s %
g I ¥ ‘s C r rve the ts of the people” carrying out its proper functions | )., . 2 12 *
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i . even if he himself thinks so, Again 1"° Playing sé ld something CITIZEN. own Wehrmacht.—L.E.S, | OVO COCO OOS CS OOO SOPCOOOCCSCOOS6 OSS
WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER



Labourer



5, 1951

Guilty Of



Damaging House
Sentence Postponed

THE

HON. Mr. Justice

G. L. Taylor at the Court of

Grend Sessions yesterday postponed sentence on Christo-
pher Ifill, an agricultural labourer of St. James, after an
Assize jury found him guilty of damaging the dwelling
house of Maude Best on September 9, by means of some

explosive substance.
Mr. J. E
ceused Ifill

Draughtsman, appeared for

The prosecution alleged that
about 2.15 a.m. on September 9,
while Maude Best and her daugh-
ter Gwendolyn were sleeping in
their house at Mount Standfast
Hill, St. James, the accused set
some explosive substance to the
house and as a result the house
end a few chairs in it were dam-
aged.

The old woman, Maude Best,
v injured as a result of the ex-
plosion and was treated by a doc-
tor. The accused, before the
explosion took place, threatened
to blow Maude Best and her
family in mid air.

First witness called was Super-
intendent Eustace Simmonds wht)
said that on September 9 about
8.45 p.m. he went to the house of
Maude Best at St. James. The
house stands on Mount Standfast
Hill.

He went to the house after re-
ceiving cer.ain information, On
his arrival he found that the floor-
ing in the front house was dam-
aged. The legs of the chairs were
broken off and Maude Best had a
wound on her face. Best alco
seemed to be suffering from
shock. The doctor was sent for
and statements taken by the
Police,

To Mr. Branker, Superintendent
Simmonds said that the Fox Club
is on the main road of St. James.
From the St. James main road one
would have to pass the Fox Club
to get to the accused's houre.

Maude Best said that she knows
the accused Ifill. On September
9 she was sleeping in her house
with her daughter.

She was sleeping in the front
house and while sleeping some-
thing happened, for when she
“came to herself” she found
that the floor was damaged.
There was a wound on her head
and she went to the doctor, The
accused and herself had a quarrel
about stocks and once the accused
hit her with a rope and pushed
her down, On June 15, 1951, she
was sleeping when she heard the
dog bark. She opened the win-
dow and saw the accused in the
road near her house.

The next morning the accused
abused her and threatened to blow
up her house. She reported the
matter to the Police,

To Mr. Branker, Maude Best
said that the accused is an agri-
cultural labour.

Gwendolyn Best saiq that on
September 9 she got up and went
into the road. The accused was
standing near her mother’s house.
When the accused saw her he
moved away.

She ran behind the accused and
on returning home, she heard an



s

explosion. The floor of the front
house was damaged ond her
mother had fallen through a

hole in the floor.

After Mr. Branker had address-
ed the Jury, Mr. Justice Taylor
summed up and the Jury re-
turned a verdic‘ of guilty of dam-
aging the dwelling house.

INJURED IN ACCIDENT
WITH VAN

GLORIA CADOGAN of Ashton
Tenantry, St. Peter was injured
when she was involved in an
accident with motor van E-19,
owned by Atherly Brothers and
driven by Clarence Belle of Upper
Carlton, St. James at about 4.50
o'clock on Monday evening. She
was taken to the General Hospital
and detained.





MORE BIRTHS

There have been almost twice

as many births recorded at the
District “A” Police Station this
year than deaths. District ‘“‘A”’

covers all St. Michael and part of
Christ Church. The births have
been 2,779 and the deaths 1,488.
All the figures of births have not
yet been returned from the Ma-
ternity Hospital and the General
Hospital.



T. Brancker appeared on
while Miss M. E. Bourne, Assistant



behalf of the
Legal
the Crown.

> Handicraft
Show A

Success
IV SPEIGHTSTOW YN

Colonel R, T. Michelin, Commis-
sioner of Police, opened the
Handicraft Show sponsored by the

Speightstown Boys’ Club at their
Club room on Monday evening.
Miss Dora Ibberson, Social!

Welfare Officer, attended the show
while Mr. K. N. R. Husbands, last
Speaker of the House of Assembly,
was the Guest of Honour.

The show was a success. Chairs,

nets, Morris centre tables, shoes,
hair brushes, ash trays, coral
pressing boards, candle _ sticks,
flying fish nets* mats and (from
the garden) lettuce and e*chalot
reached a high standard.

Girls from the Clever’s Hill

Girls’ Club and one boy from the
Holetown Boys’ Club contributed
to the exhibits.

All the exhibits were priced
and the fair crowd which attended
the show made orders rapidly.

Before Colonel Michelin un-
locked the door, Dudley Gill, a
member of the Club, welcomed

the visitors, making special refer-
ence to the Commissioner who had
organized the Club and to P.C
Fontellio, the leader of the Club.

The boys proudly looked on as

the spectators viewed their handi-
work. They were more happy
when refreshments were served.



N.A.T.O. “Stuper-
Agency” Proposed

PARIS, Dec. 4

A plan for a North Atlantic
Treaty Organisation Economic and
Financial “Super Agency” to
parallel General Eisenhower's
military headquarters was _ pro-
posed here at meeting of high
NATO officials. The 12-man
NATO, temporary Council Com-
mittee met here on a secret report
now being drafted by a three-man
Executivé Bureau headed by W.
Averell Harriman of the United
States.

One of ‘the main suggestions was
a plan to achieve better co-ordina-
tion in the NATO of national,
financial, and economic pro-
grammes for anti-Communist de-
fence.

Informed sources said that the
“Three Wise Men” favoured the
creation of a Central Secretariat,
headed by a “Big Name’, able to
deal on top level with the mem-
ber Governments, This execu-
tive Agency would be under the
present Ministerial Council but
would bury national differences
along the lines of Eisenhower’
inter-nationalized SHAPE head-
quarters.—U.P.



FIELD FLOODED

The southern end of the Prin-
cess Alice Playing Field is at pres-
ent covered with water. This
flooding was caused by the heavy
rainfall on Sunday, along’ with
the high waves breaking over the
breakwater,

This end of the field wars dry
for a considerable time but still
grass did not grow. One grounds-
man told the Advocate that the
sea water killed the roo4s.

The state of the field did not
keep away a group of boys from
a nearby school who enjoyed a
same of cricket in the middle.
The groundsmen are still trying
to control the growth of the grass



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He said that the system unlike

that in Barbados is almost entirely
aénominational. Of the %2 recog-
nised primary scaools, 3 are run
by ernment and the remain-
ing 89 are conducted by religious
aenominations with assistance
from the Government

“Our main problem of
getting a sufficiently large number
of trained teachers,” he said, and
added that “local training is done

Gov

is that

through the pupil teacher system
and vacation courses. Annually,
three or four teachers are sent to

training colleges in Jamaica where
they take three-year courses,
Training Centre

“British Honduras is planning
in due course to set up a local
training centre where a one-year
course will be given to recruits
and to selected teachers already
in service.”

“Recently, a big gap in their
educational system was met when
a technical high school was set
up, the result of a generous grant
under the C.D. & W. Act. The
school is not yet fully staffed, but
it is planned to open it in January
next with between 40 and 50
pupils. A four-year course will
be provided

“Provision is also being made to
teach science, chemistry, physics
and biolegy in addition to wood-
work, metal work, domestic
ence etc. Up to the present, lack
of adeauate science teaching in
British Honduras has been a great
handicap to secondary school
children who wish to proceed to
institutions of higher education,”

Accommodation

Mr. Brown said that there was
no great accommodation problem
at the moment as they had suffi-
cient schools to house the required
number of children, but, with the

sci-

ievelopment of the country that
was now underway, they would
be faced m the future with the

problem of providing more schools
for any new population

“The salaries of the teachers are
iower than those paid in British
Guiana and Jamaica, but they are
now keing revised along with
those of civil servants in order to
make the profession more attrac-
tive and to induce further recruit-
ment from secondary schools, The
number of recruits from secondary
schools has been growing since
1947 when the salaries were first
revised.

“There is a large mixed Span-
ish-Indian population called Mes-
tizos. Their vernacular is Spanish,
but they are taught English at
school with the result that prac-
tically all of them are bi-lingual.
There are also Maya Indians, the
aboriginees of British Honduras
and there are no fewer than three
Maya Indian dialects spoken.

“There are also Caribs, descen-
dants of the Carib Indians of St
Vincent who speak their own
Carib language, basically Africar



THESE WORKMEN were busy yesterday erecting one of the booths
at Queen's Park in preparation for ¢he Annual Industrial Exhibi

tion that opens at Queen’s Park to

day.

Camera Club Hangs 60
Pictures At Exhibition

Dog Show A Main Attraction

QUEEN’S PARK had its busiest day for the week

yesterday

putting up flags and bunting

Committees were receiving

were being made for the

which opens today.

Bunches of sugar cane were
brought into the Park by way of
the southern entrance. By mid-
day many exhibits were also re-
ceived for the Horticultural sec-
tion

The Barbados Camera Club will
again have a number of pictures
on show. Already over 70 pictures
have been submitted, but the
space allotted to the Club can
only accommodate 60 These
pictures include a_ variety of
local scenes which include men at
work on the wharf, vendors,
streets and sea coasts. Mr. R. W.
Bell, a member of the Commit-
tee, told the Advocate: “It will be
an honour for an entrant to get
a picture hung. In order to place
the best pictures on show the
judges will go through the lot
and eliminate those that are not
up to standard.’

He said that if there was more
room they could easily have hung
over 100. The pictures will
on show on the second floor
Queen's House.

Police Show

Another big feature of the Ex-
hibition is expected to be the
Dog Show. This will take place
from 1,00 p.m, to 3.30 p,m, today
and following this the Police Show
will be held at 4.00 p.m. There
will be a display by the Barba-
dos Automobile Association at
4.30 p.m.

The Gymkhana



be
of

at 130 p.m.

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Second Day (Thursday). Prior
to this there will be a Saddle
Horse Show at 12.30 p.m. and a
parade of prize winners at 1.00
p.m The Mobile Cinema _ will
give shows on both days,

In a building at the back of

Queen's House
submitting

competitors
jellies, cassava

were
flour

and cassava farine yesterday. The
majority of exhibits were how-
ever received by the Arts and
Handicraft Committee. A variety
of toys such as ships, cabinets,
buses and trucks were received.
In the Needlecraft section attrac-
tive embroidered work as well as

crochetted and knitted articles
were sent in
The Barbados Boys’ Clubs will

be running a booth in which they
will display the work done dur-
ing the year. In this booth caps,}
shoe brushes and leather work
from the Speightstown Boys’
Club, fishing nets from Holetown,
drawing from the Bay Street
Boys’ Club, small chairs and
benches from the District “A”|
30oys’ Club and knitted articles
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Janiaica Has Four
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IN EDUCATION
Jamaica is faced with four
major problems educationally, Mr
H. Houghton, the colony’s Director

of Education told the Advocate
yesterday

Mr. Houghton is attending the
British Caribbean Regional Edu-

cation Conference now in session
at Hastings House. He arrived
over the week-end by B.W.LA.,
and is staying at the Marine Hotel.

He said that the first problem
with

which Jamaica is faced is
the shortage of accommodation. |
There are some 50,000 children |

of school age for whom there are
not at present school places. |

Another serious problem is the |
inability of the country's revenue |
at present to finance adequate sal- |
aries for teachers of all grades. |

The third problem is the cr ying |
need for expansion of technicai
education and the fourth is the
persistence of the old idea that the
chief object of schools is to train
children for white collared jobs.

School-Building

He said that school building was
being pursued vigorously. The
hurricane had destroyed one and
a half million dollars worth of
school places and teachers’ houses
and that meant that the money
to be used for new schools would
have to be used for rebuilding thc
schools which were destroyed

There are plans for expansion of
technical education but how soon
they could materialize, no one was
able to say at present

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jon in favour of more practic
‘forms of education more suited
to a rural community, but it will
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WE WILL BUILD
MORE ROADS

Mr. M, —, Cox told a lar
crowd at Eagle Hall last nighs
thet he knew they would vo
Labour, for Mr. Bryan and him

self, not only because of what th
people knew they had done f
them and earnestly meant to di
for them, but because it w

stupid to think that the Electors’,

Association would do other than
consolidate their gains and step
on Labour.

[ Cox was speaking at a
al campaign meeting held
port of Mr. Bryan and him-
who are~seeking re-election

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“Tne members of the Electors’
Association tell you they love
you,” he said, “but we are confi-
dent that you will realise that thai
Statement can only be preposter-
ous and contradictory with the
way they have been keeping you
down and the cut it would mean
to their gains even if ever they
could have contemplated the idea
of helping you,

“Mr. Toppin and Mr. Griffith
come around and tell you that
they appeal to the women,” he
said “Mr. Toppin forgets the
day vhen the Electors’ Associa-
tion were in power when the
servant girls they are appealing
to used to work for six shillings
a week.

“They tell you a iot about

education, but you can ask them
if they are not the people who

reduced the’ school leaving age}

from 16 years to 14 years.

them if they,.the same men who
are behin@=2He Electors’ Associ-
ation, the yiggttation owners, were
not accustemed to tell their man-
agers to @@€She little coloured
children afifsfto the fields,

“We have-to remind you of
these thinggZnd how we came
and put off fet on these things
and will continue to put our
feet on for they are some

who may have forgotten.
have been observing these
people for years, before and since
you elected me, and I want to tell
you with all sincerity that they
have no love for you. Sometimes
I say passionately, ‘What have we
done to these people that when
we try to fight for something for
our people, they fight against us
stubbornly!’ But after all,
when we fwht against them, their

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pllow yourselves to be fooled by
them.”

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nat they sent around stooges to
tander him, he said.

December 13, election day, was
1 red letter day for ‘arbados
vecause it was the first time in
aistory th: the working class

ple would have a right of

saying who should govern them,

-who should say how much of the

rich man’s profits should be cut
to help the poor.

“They appeal to the women and
forget the day when Mr. Adams
and Mr. Springer had to fight
Mr. Wilkinson and his group so
that the same women would be
able to vote.

“Time was when the Electors’
Association had things so that
only a man with a big salary and
with a property, could vote, but
the Labour Party changed all that
and said that everybody should
have a right to vote. That being
so, it is your duty as loyal citi-
zens to put your strength behind
this party.

“You have read somewhere
that the British Government in-
tended all of you to have a vote
and if the Lebour Party here did
not pass it, the British Govern-
ment would have passed it. But
anybody who knows the constitu-
tional set up would tell you that
the Home Government cannot pass
any law for Bermuda, the
Bahamas or Barbados, though in
the other West Indian islands it
may be done.”

They were telling the people
that if God had not sent rains,
the crop would not have been
above average and they would
no. have got the money, In 1938
there had been abundant rains to
the extent that there was some
32,000 tons of sugar abcve the
average. Yet nobody who work-
ed in the sugar industry got any-
thing.

They said they had men of abil-
ity and the Labour Party’s mem-
bers were nit-wits. Anyone who
went into the House of Assembly
juring the last session and lis-
tenea to any of the debates would
know the deplorable way they
tried to handle affairs.

“Many of them went into the
House and never really knew
what was going on in there.”

Mr. Dowding talked about un-
employment, he said, Yet in St,
George when a Parochial Trea-
surer was wanted and three col-
oured men applied for the job
dgspite the unemployment, they
sent to Trinidad and got a man
called Johnson who had a good
job there. Were they helping
unemployment when they did
that? The truth is that their sole
idea of employment is taking up
dung and manure in the fields,

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“Go to Mr. Dowding’s place in
Bay Street,” he said, “and you
will see that in spite of your son's
good education, there will not be
other than pale faces behind the
counter 4

“That is what we are fighting
against.

“Mr. Toppin once wanted a man
to work and he said that the per-
son had to have a school certifi-
cate, but he added in the adver-
tisement that only people of
European race need apply,

“To-day we have a coloured
man as Post Master General and
though some of them. cannot
appreciate it we have coloured
men in the Police Force with high
ranks and for the first time in the
histary of Barbydos there is a
coloured Auditor Generak Yet
with all this they will tell you
that we are not with you.

“They had heard Mr. Victor
Chase and Mr, Ward criticise the
Government for sending men to
America instead of building the
East Coast Road. They said that
in spite of the benefits the men
who went had derived. Some
years ago when men had got a
chance to go to America and
Panama after they were liberated,
they had sent back their money
and bought land and had been
able to make themselves men.

“Yet the Electors’ Association
criticised them when they assis*-
ed other people to make them-
selves men.

“Mr, Chase had told them thut
the money had been wasted, He
had said that the men who went

away had returned with their
wrist watches and their big
bieycles. He did not want them

to have bicycles.

“If the Barbados Labour Party
had not been working on your
behalf,” he said, “do you think the
Electors’ Association would have
spent so much money and used so
many stooges to try to keep us

down? They bring their stooges
who would sejl their lives for
money,”

“Instead of seeing what the

people’s conditions were, the other
side had spent money when they
were in power to blow them
down. 3

“The people would get an idea
of the push upwards the Labour
Government had given them
when they went at the secondary
and primary schools and saw the
carpenters’, the masons’, the la-
bourers’ and the wharf men’s
children going there. There was
the chance every year of the chil-
dren getting scholarships to go to
the unhiversity. ,

“The cost of living in Barbados,”
he said, was lower than in most
other West Indian islands.

“To keep your food cheaper,”
he said, “we will reduce their pro-
fits.

“They ask us to bring a Hotel
Aids Bill and let their materials
for the hotels come in free of
duty. They the rich tell us this
when they would only give white
people the jobs as clerks in these

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Age-Grouping Pushed
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TOPPIN SAYS

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the Electors Association wishing to push the people back
300 years, What I will tell you noW is that the Government
allowed an Englishman to come here some years aso and
pushed your children back 300 years by accepting the sys-
tem of education—age grouping and superannuation—that
is much worse than the old system, said Mr. A. R. Toppin
to the electorate at Hothersal Turning Monday night.

The occasion was a meeting of

the Electors Association held in
support of his candidature for
election to the House of Assem-
bly at the forthcoming General
Elections, as a representative of
the parish of St. Michael.
_ “What my Party is really after
is compulsory education,” Mr.
Toppin told his hearers. “We want
to see every child in this island
educated and educated thoroughly,
for ignorance is one of the worst
diseases in any community.”

“What is an absolute necessity
for this island especially with the
operating of age-grouping and
superannuation, he said, “is the
establishment of schools for tech-
nical and vocational training to
take care of those children who
are not brilliant scholars and are

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have to pay duty on your sauce-
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“They tell you we have not done
your roads, but you know that in
those short three years we have
done many roads and when you
put us back we will do other
roads, They tell you this when
over 300 years they did nothing.”

Mr. Cox ended his speech by
telling the people that the Labour
Government had intended to help
the fishing industry and the fish-
ermen in any case. But with this
calamity in which boats had been
destroyed and damaged, the fish-
ermen knew that they would
all the more ready to help them

Mr, Bryan said that it was ab-
solutely necessary at this stage of
their political life that the Labour
Party be returned with a big ma-
jority. With the constitutiona)
ehange that was to be made, the
Labour Ministers would not have
to go to Heads of Department
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sponsible. Then, he sai
could build more roads and stop

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“Show them that you detest
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threwn out of schoo! before their
education is complete.”

Mr. Toppin said that the last
Libour Government had left be-
hind it no schemes for local em-
ployment, industrial development
or emigration. The building of the
East Coast Road had been turned
down. because the Labour Govern-
ment had not brought up the mat-
ter. Such actions not only kept
the people unemployed but they
were petty.

On the matter of tenantry roads,
Mr. Toppin said that there were
some that were definitely disgrace-
ful. He had been in Parris Gap two
weeks ago and he was impressed
that if an ambulance was taking
any sick person from the district
along that gap to the doctor or
hospital as the case might be, he
would very likely be jerked out of
the ambulance, so bad was the
condition of the road.

Mr. Cox in Spooner’s Hill had
said, if he remembered correctly,
that there were 35 more miles of
tenantry road in St. Michael to be
built and if the people put back
the Labour Party in power for
five years, he would get the roads

done, “Now this would be an
average of seven miles a year,”
said Mr. Toppin, “and with the
amount of people unemployed in
this island plus the amount of
stone and material we can get,
must we accept that only seven
miles of tenantry roads can be
built per year? “Take my advice

ind do not trust the Electors As-
sociation or the Labour Party with
a government for five years. That
is too long, make them stick to the
present three years.’ ,

“It is in our manifesto that if
we be returned te the House in a
majority and have the power, the

vernment will have to call on
the owners of the tenantry roads
to repair them and if they do not,
then the government would put
them in order and make the own-
ers pay the cost. It is then that
you will be sure to get improve-
ment in your tenantry roads.”

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it was a problem that had to be}
faced by whichever Party was
returned to power.

“Even if there be the longed for
industrial development in the
island, this cannot absorb all of
our unemployed. We have to look
further afield. We want to try and
break down the colour bar thac |
exists in Camada so that we can
get some of our unemployed there, |
to be able to work for a living for |
themselves and families. Canada |
can absorb thousands of our peo-
ple, and we do not want a three- |
month emigration scheme but
something permanent. }

“One other thing I propose to
speak about now is the tourist
industry. I would like to see this
industry developed. At present we
are fortunate to be getting bounte-
ous crops, but we do not know
when this will c e. The tourist
industry can therefore be our sec-
ond most important industry, but
the last Labour Government re-
fused to do anything to assist it.
Everybody benefits from the tour-
ist industry and I am at a loss to
understand why support of it is
withheld.

“I want to see a Hotels Aid Bill |
passed by our legislature. The
Government did not want to give
free tax rights to companies de-
sirous of setting up industries
here, but Trinidad on the other
hand had long ago given a five-
year income tax exemption to
companies and was now offering a
ten-year exemption to the cement
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women to vote for him on Election |
Day, Mr. Toppin told his listeners
that there were four candidates |
running for the two seats and
they should look them over and
consider which two of them were
fit and rrope persons to give
them service in the House.

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Making an appea especially to}
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“Do not forget,’ he said, “that
the Labour Party represents 600
people in this colony working on
the waterfront, and one or two!
may come up here and tell you
“vote for labour.” But every time
those waterfront men strike you
pay for it. I am leaving it to you
to vote wisely. Remember that at
the Battle of Trafalgar, Nelson
said: “England expects every man
to do his duty.” I know that you
the people of Hothersal Turning
will do your duty to me on Elec-
tion Day as you did so well on the
last occasion.” }



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L.T.A. Expenses Limit

Will Be

Last stand for strict
made at the annual genera

Association on December 6.
for British players to receive “reasonable” expenses, if they
can get them, for 52 weeks in the year

The council propose to abolish the eight tournament restric-
rules into line with

tion to bring our
eration. The present rule al
for only eight tournaments
ated by the LTA.

The council propose to abolish
the eight tournament restriction
to bring our rules into line with
the International Federation. The
present rule allows players to
draw _ expenses for only eight
tournaments a year unless offi-
cially nominated by the LTA.

I shall be surprised if the pro-
posal does not meet with oppo-
sition, for there is feeling against
it, but it is unlikely to be effec-
tive against the will of the coun-
cil.

What will the change mean? In
practice no change. The eight-
week restriction works only in
theory.

Another amateur restriction is
to be abolished. Coming into line
with commonsense, professionals
at other sports will no longer be
barred from amateur lawn ten-
nis.

There is cheery reading in the
financial side of the LTA’s re-
port which reyeals a £1,600 profit.
This is only the second time since
1936 that the cash has come out
on the right side. Estimated share
of Wimbledon’s profits is £29,000

amateurism in lawn tennis will

1951
WIFE OF JCA
MINISTER
ARRESTED

Ou

Scrapped

Â¥ r Correspondent
KINGSTON, Dec. 3
Mrs. Ellen Malcolm, wife of the
Hon, Joseph Malcolm, Minister of
Education in the Jamaica Govern-

ment was arrested by the C.I.D.

be
1 meeting of the Lawn Tenni
Thereafter it will be possible

G. F

this morning on a similar charge declared today that there was no need to get panicky over ~ wr. Schuyler spoke at a syn po-

on which her husband was arrested the City’s food supply as stocks to hand were adequate to sium on “Are We Close to Solving

International Fed- in Kingston Saturday morning. tide over the difficult period following the disastrous fire. Our Race Problem?" held in the

lows players to draw expenses Minister Malcolm was arrested Messervy admitted the huge stocks of foodstuffs destroyed Hunter College auditorium, 695

Saturday charged with conspiracy

a year unless officially nomin- {, defraud several persons in con- Could not be replaced, but his department which is carry- jeig under au pices of the United
nection with a racket in the sale ing out an immediate survey, is taking the necessary Negro College Fund, the Ameri
Pisin” Sethe” tes thes ality of Bri- *?.f2"™ Workers of tickets a racket steps to ensure replacements of destroyed stocks. can Association of University
aes ae ae. aes *Ti- _which was estimated by police r : Women and the New York elub
peeteset ies eee atin ce to_gross $50,000 in a single year, _ i hardest hit of the firms 1s $60,000 worth of flour belonging of nine Eastern women’s colleg
there is the usual shortage o' Malcolm and his wife appear Esso Standard Oil (Antilles), to the Government which were Mr Schuyler said that in the
side-lefts, but that plenty of : OPORE oes lone timate > we PRE ebony 53 y . Scnuyier. 58 ‘ .
outside-lefts, . before the lice cour whose loss is estimated to be weli kept at Garnetts bond were des- "ear: » . tes
romising young centre-forwards re the police court in King- ie Se c - last ten years the United State
st on the way up * ston to-morrow morning, over $2,000,000. Fogarty’s esti- troyed. Buildings on both sides of Supreme Court had ruled favor-

There is keen rivalry for the
centre-forward position in the
Army team between Chelsea's
Bobbie Smith, Jim Henderson of
Portsmouth, Vie Keeble of Col-
chester and Derek Pace of Aston
Villa,

Smith, having had more ex-
perience than the others, is like-
ly to keep his place for the Army’s

Because of the arrest Malcolm
who was due to leave the island
Sunday to head the Jamaican edu-
cation team for the conference—
has dropped out of the team
which is now led by Director of
Education Harold Houghton.

The Minister’s arrest on the
farm work fraud charge came just

ment

All the major



NO NEED FOR

discriminatory con-
tinues this country’s race prob-
(From Our Own Correspondent) lem can be solved within a

Messervy,

mated their damage in the vicinity W
of $1,000,000, The Demerara Meat
Company whose stocks and equip-
were completely destroyed,
is estimated at well over $250,000. ie
firms
steps to resume business in tem-
porary quarters as soon as possi-
ble and to ensure that no hard-
ships befall the staff, especially in is

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Racial Peace
Seen Near

PANIC ee at

trend toward the aboli-

generation, George 5S.
editor of The

GEORGETOWN, Dec. 3
Controller of Supplies and Prices

Schuyle
Pittsburgh
Courier, asserted last night

associate









Park Avenue. The discussion was

ter Street and stock which have
been destroyed are insurea with
the British Guiana-Trinidad Mu

tual and Hand-in-Hand Compan-
in the vicinity of $2,000,000

Sonservative estimates place the
reconstruction of the destroyed
wharves in the _ vicinity of
$5,000,000. The origin of the fire
inknown, but the Government

ably nineteen times on civil rights) e©
issues affecting the Negro, such
as jury exclusion, forced confess-
ions, disfranchisement, educa-
tional segregation and Jim Crow
transportation,

‘Today 1,000,000 Southern Ne-
groes voting,” he said, “and
twice as many may vote in 1952
In eight Southern States tax-sup

are taking

are








PAGE SEVEN



* — the name FAMOUS for Pickles

for generations

Branston Pickle
Mixed Pickles
Gherkins
Piccalilli

Warid-famous @ J food products

Local Agents;
T. Geddes Grant Ltd., Bridgetown.

White Onions
Cocktail Onions
Chow Chow
Walnuts



rc hey re always

so well-mannered!”

“T think I know what you
mean. Never any heat,
never a trace of harshness;
always cool, calm and

more important games with the &S the Regional Labour Board view of the nearness of Christmas. is appointing a Committee of. ported universities have removed
Belgian _and French armies in the began its first session of the cur- The hardest hit are the workers Inquiry. the color bar and without a sing
triangular tournament later in the rent conference at the Labour De- and the clerks of small stores who = eg sient involving
season. partment to discuss recruitment are now out of jobs. Garnetts, - ss Negro student ndications ar
plans for West Indian farm work- whose agencies and offices were “Thank You that by 1960 segregated seconda
Keeble On The Wing ers for the U.S, next year and the destroyed, estimated their loss a in and primary schools will almost
By then, Henderson, recently arrival in the island of 50 United also at $1,000,000. Republicans be gone.’
at outside-right against the FA States employers of West Indian The biggest problem of house- The opposing viewpoint ae
at Highbury, may find himself on labour to discuss their require- wives is to get edible oil. Despite WASHINGTON, Dec. 3. presented by Dr. Sadie T. M
the left wing. ments with the Board, The Board the rise of copra prices several General Eisenhower replied with Alexander, said to be the first
Keeble, Who scored four goals session which was opened Satur- weeks ago, production is still low, a non-committal “Thank You” to Nesro woman to earn a Ph. D
Semiiiae, Tanne oe a oz mothing by Minister for Social forcing the commodity control a poll showing that more than one n on ee eee eee
lag paatarday. ts ate hele? tried elfare Donald Sangster and was authorities to start a policy of fourth of the Republicans in the ‘** yee ae , :

at outside-left.

presided over by Frank Catchpole reserving supplies for distribution Hou

se favour him as their SUbverting American democracy



_collected "*.

“And none of those
little bits of loose
tobacco on my lips
to spoil my make-



iret ma ‘ Labour Adviser of C.D. & W. will at Christmas, but the fire destroy- Presidential candidate. Eisenhower bY creating an inferior caste up”.
—£8,000 up on last year. Thanks ont tae eee Ox- continue to Friday. eae o "slau worth of wrote Representative. W. Steling Status for more than one-tenth
to Wimbledon, British lawn ten- Thursday han Pa si a ro edible oil and $3,000 worth of Cole, who conducted the poll, that Of the population Improv ements
Fis0.800 broke. Total assets are at centre-forward SOS Srrs a TUrD Teacher for 27 Years erude cocoanut oil, posing a big he was “flattered” to hear that the meee ees = STP i
How. do. the LTA spend their 5 . problem both to housewives who Republicans “feel that I have the ee eitie = fake thtarey athats pet
money? Taxation apart the big- Lengthy Service Fifty-eight years of age, Mal- could not get oil and to local soap necessary qualifications to All the deqdtimaatio sat: th eee
gest item, ete tea of £5,500 pd Here is a tale of two bowlers, colm was an elementary school manufacturers. Unless the copra highest post in our country pnaaaea clita pa dics a ve Not one of my worries, thank
hs tnternutiblicl match saceint, one of Bearsted (Kent) the oth. teacher for 27 years He was production increases by 500 bags But his brief letter continued to destroy our ability No nation goodness ; but I avust say Ido
Sending players to America is ef Of the similarly named Ban- “ected pe independent member of a week. Messervy said the people avide the question whether he can withstand the long strain like the way they never stick
an expensive item which accounts Stead (Surrey). . 10 soot bx ve SPERM RATE RE me would have to go cilless for — will accept the bid to declare of component groups hostile to to my lips”.
‘pr more than half the £5,500 The Kentishman is none other 1944 soon after he joined the holidays. There will be no distri- himself a candidate. for the Re- ward each other.”
About £3,500 was spent on coach- than Tich ae yi, retiring eran: Cannes Seewe pe pipe iapsetabrea publican Presidential nomination. The laws of seventeen states “Altogether, we seem to
ing. years ago with hi honours and ==€16C yas ap ‘nie és . i. © Distric’ ’ ia, she 1 ler
"| Squash taviteation 3,779 wickets in his bag, went to Education Minister in thenew gov- Phones In Order Sucthl Whe semes Gol amend his toi secure tegis- commento te] ar iganeeneeredl jaet shane
Prestige of Cambridge Univer- dwell in a house still fancifully ¢™mment. Telept > © I tio! leagues during A , ist d atter 1 segregated schools and th — re ceeeees eer
> fe ¢ “ t named “Dunbolyn.” ; phone communications ce eagues Guring # ugus ane a na segregatec € S é one can vet”.
sity sport is high in the U.S.A. The mén of Surrey le less we He is the father of five children which were disrupted in the area September. Senator Robert A Taft mass of the negro population i 4
Much of it is accounted for by iseork atic. SMuseea a one studying for the bar in Eng- adjoining the fire, returned to ammounced as candidate got 71 confined to “ghettos” from coast
the aoe of the Cambridge has been. basting “der. Teratond land and others in the local civil normal this afternoon after 18 votes and Eisenhower got 54 to coast
rowing eight there this year. Now for 50 years and has ae “dunes service, The Minister will not hours of continuous work by tele-

I hear that the University squash
rackets team have been invited
to the United States next spring.

This was the result of a recent
visit to this country of Mr. E. H.

communications
linesmen, Power lines which were
also down were restored this |
afternoon.






bolyn” yet, even though at 65 he @ttend the meetings in the House
is two years older than Freeman ©! Representatives or Executive
is now. But ,then Muggeridge, a Council while on trial and it is an-
week-end cricketer, has not been ticipated in politica) circles that






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: , aeee e toiling against the Hobbses and he will resign his Ministry. Governor

eee sonia cviebte aus Sutcliffes of the game. ne je the ro Indies the hy | “Even then the smoke is screened

ionshi n ite ates r Be Mayor of Georgetown issued mes- j 4 rey yrs *

Sentative of the Jesters Club yy, yy Reward CLERKS DISPUTE —_ aes of sympathy to those “who Wt PAD MULE we hd dpe ee
race . = r. » tt. Knibbs, he an- f suffered loss and the families who : § Anyway,

Voll ronnie ie oan stead CC secretary, assures me SETTLED are homeless. No deaths have| I've always thought

one, but P. M. H. Robinson. the that Muggeridge has become so been reported, though four fire-| Follow this of them as a great

Cambridge captsin< ahd Wie dearn used to bowling a length | tihat (From Our Own Correspondent) fighters were hurt. The Red ed

have collected half the passage 4; > A : GRENADA, Dec, 3. played great part throughou

money and hope that they will niente haere ah to say The employers—Clerks’ Union the night, tending the | A

be able to raise the remainder ty side.” ? = =. on dispute reached a settlement to- giving tea and sandwiches to fire- Wash your face with Palmolive Soap

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* : 4 day with employers agreeing to fighters and helpers all through Then, for 60 seconds, massage with r

Cambridge play Oxford at the PO ig x Dey Bg ye rane make the already accepted 16 per the night and again today. Fire BD aimnolive'seat lovely latin Rinse! There'll never be a better cigarette
Bath Club next Wednesday, and atead—-total Gercigk. at 120 cent. cost of living bonus retro- units are still pouring hundreds C Bo this 3 times a day for 14 days.
although Robinson would thave years Last ‘season Muggeridge active from January this year of gallons of water on the debris This cleansing massage brings u
to excel the best form he has took 70 wickets, mostly for the #Nd the clerks also conceding to and a call was issued late this tener ee |
shown this season to beat his op- third team, but’ a few for the allow elmployers to exercise their afternoon to reserve police to re- 6 tne ee $1.04 for 50
yosite ynumber, C, B. Hayeraft. first. ' discretion for one year to fix the port for duty at the scene of shad st THE EXCLUSIVE FILTER TIP CIGARETTE MADE IN ENGLAND
Cambridge hope to end the run Aj. their dinner tomorrow the rata. basis. ; the fire tomorrow morning to help P.S. For bath and shower, get the thrifty Bath Size Palmolive

of recent, Oxford successes,
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Army representative team—























members will give him a _ tele-
vision set. He has earned it.
—L.E.S.

Relief was generally felt at the
amiable settlement of the once the roped area.
tense negotiations. It was

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aDVOCATE WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 195!
THE SMUGGLER ys ss PEP Te &
IN VALDOSTA, Georgia, Mrs I re ‘Training SHIP ING Ni ee we
Raymond Shaw _ produced a "
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iphone pine sapereereenrenres | BUNGALOW: From Ist Jan. Situated premises with house . ot then
} a : . oO smuggling of a file into a prison,
Bluc Wate h. Cc > 2 and land attached, al a a
For Births, Marriage sr Engagement | FOR SALE ppasetibegnccn te ugerlivege tecture | at Lower Station Hill St’ Bhithedt Paes pcamouflaged in a cake. e + . 1 .
qnnounsements | in Carib Calling the} i #. Nine hundred Pounds (£900). Two hun- For she took her husband some From Jur Own Cogrespondent) | ational Steamshi po
een gree, Se eenroee Si aes | HOUSE: Small, Wall House at Colly-|ared Pounds do and the balance} newly cooked doughnuts. But the KINGSTON, Nov. 26 _ x
up to 50 and 6 cents per word for ea | ore Rock, 2 bedrooms, water and light | monthiy. i ae sat , ish-|
additional word. Terms cash. Phonc 2508 $18.00 per month. Dial 2998 Apply to D’aroy A. Scott, Magazine sheriff, suspicious because he had A_ scheme for the CBee Nishino s : 3
Between €.90 and 4 p.m.» SUID See Death AUTOMOTIVE 4.12.51—2n| Lane. Dial 3743. 4.12,51—3n paene 2 niaden gun from her ment of a ~~ pene yg | speeting | SOUTHBOUND
, =. SSS usband’s cell-mate that morning, prepare men for the fire- Sails Safts Suits Sa
“HOMESTEAD”. Hastings, 3 bedrooms,| SMALL COTTAGE in Alkins’ Road, im. services of the British Caribbean Montreal aliiax fost
ignaes —ae we OSS CAR: One # h.p. Morris Tourtng Two-|2 with running water, breakfast room, |Carrington's Village, standing on 2,067 took @ bite at the doughnuts him is to be worked out between the| ARDY RODNEY”. .. 9Nov 12 N 14
acigemanits rhe n Memoriam notices 19) S8ter 'n good order Price $300 00 garage ete. Apply: Miss Chandier,|*4. ft. of land, Conveniently situated self. ' Ss intendents of Fi Bri des | (CAR COMSERUCTORâ„¢ SB iev = 35 Nov
$1 50 wen weekdays and $1.89 on Sundays 5.12.51—1n | Cheapside, or Tel. 3444 4.12.2—2n near two , important, bus routes, For} Each contained a bullet—fitting - Tanita oan Port ot. Spain, | ‘LADY NELSON tse 30 Nw 90
i - —-~ - —-- ----— —-—— —————— rs | (urtiter pa ulars and terms of purchase’ sd je 1n ngs’ é -Ol- \—_—-_ OC Oh’ OO ---- — - . -
s oanee oe eS ees CAR—One (1) Standard Vanguard Car,} ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running | apply to Mrs. G. Connell, “Fairbank, ") the cell-mate’s gup. Mrs. S. is vi nigad. i NORTHBOUND
& ceuht Der word en Sundays for eech| 17, excellent working order, ‘apply | water, with or without meals. In Wood-| Upper Belmont Road, St, Michael. now occupying a cell in the ladies The coftipleted scheme is to be Arrives Sails Axviven i hos cates bas
antinneen Sea Redman & Taylor's Garage Lid side Gardens, Dial 3356, 1.12.51—2n. ! wing. eniated oe other B.W1. terri ee ee sernanee Barbsdes Boston Halifaz Montreal St, 4
, 1.12, 51—3n. ci Wl. =| Y" 7 Dec 7 Tx
a allie litte arte tories for their approval and it is}
a
CAR—Vauxhall 14—6 cxcellent condi-| SEAPORTH, Worthing on-the-Sea, . ‘ ; g i ssist- | “LADY NELSON” 22Dec 24 Dec
i tion. Apply Archer 3037. 4.12.51-—3n | bedrooms and ail modern conveniences. anticipated that financial st
DIED For further particulars, Dial 2974, | : B / anee will be made available from |
et ieanemnpene anmenennnittiiat — CAR—-One Hillman .1949 model 14,000 6.12.51—4n Colonial Development and Wel-}| —_——
McCUTCHEON: Ada Eugene MeCutch-]| miies, in perfect condition, Apply Mr. _ - fare. |
eon, agu 01 years, at her home, (TL Waiker, Redland Plantation, St. “TRINITY COTTAGE", St. James _—e" | se .
Duke Street, Port-of-Spain on Sun-] George 4.12.51—2n | Three Bedroom house; fully furnished, “.. A A course afl ge moe Read GARDINER AUSTIN & co., LTD. Age nts.
day —————————S as | from January 1952. ‘Phone 2950 remen in the Unite ing {
A. E. Taylor ‘Brother, Charlie Taylor CAR--One 1939 Hillman, with good tyres 4.12.51—3n ; f P was considered unsuitable by the ot
(Nephew), Mrs. Ken Keighall (Trinidad)! ang new battery. Contact Clarke, Kingston City Council and it was ‘
Mrs. Roy Douglas Engen. be ea Rediffusiuon. Telephone 5019. tee te une tc . f thought more useful to establish Ml +
Sane | ANTED RK. and immigration men, Spotting a school for the whole British ; |
ST. HILL—On December 4, 1951—Irir] “GAR—One Hillman Car. A-1 condition, Ww . | You might think that a parlia- her son Gunn, whom she had not Caribbean to which men could a4. 4
Ottalie. Her funeral will leave hér} sood tyres and_pattery. Apply C. S. mentary committee's formal seen for 22 years, Mrs. L. obliged be sent to get training in the fire- \
rey Seas, ee Road a} Watkins, City Garage Trading Co. lad HELP investigation of an income tax with a five-minute-long Norse jig. fighting uliar to the area, ” ave.
Michael's Cathedral and .thenge to - | “SFENOGRAPHER. -- An experienced oficial dows in. Washington woul iis FRIEND be tne ingston Firg Superin-| OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
the Westbury Cemetery. Friends |) CARS—1 Chrysler 1939: 1 Nash. Fixed! stenographer for Realtors Limited. Apply be nothing but dry-as-dust droning | HIS S at the corner pub tendent has been instructed to} :
neked to attend Head Coupe. Cheap Phone 8380, ; i Oe a etce hd. | and many a yawn. Not a bit of it. in Chicago never laugh at 49-year- contact. the Superintendent of
1 St. Hill (husband Emvie a y letter only in the sta) ) i u ‘
Haynes, Chalmer, Celin, and Brenda 4.12.51—8n | Giese 151/152 Roebuck Street, City. | When Theron Caudle, who was ¢ld George Link because George Fire Brigade in Port-of-Spain Vesset bad
St Hill, (children), Clarence Haynes] CARS—EMma of yoar close out 2 used 28.11.51—t-.n | recently dismissed by President is a husky foreman and handy with and to work out with him a From s Barbados
















{Son-in-Law). §.12.51—10 } cars all must be sold. 1 Wolseley 6/80| “two GH L SERVANTS — A| Truman from his post as Assistant
Saloon, 8,000 miles. First class condition. | 1 wundry Gan and a, Cook General, | Attorney-General in charge of tax
WAJTHE-—On December 4, 1951 at her] ) Morris Oxford. 1 Morris Minor 10,000) Kiniy to Mrs. Lisle Bayley, Pavilion, | investigation, appea ca, a
residence, “Marville’,, Harts, Gap Pimiles. Like new. 1 Austin A-40, Very | tostings 4.12.51—2n * red
Christ Church, Helena Aue a good condition. Cheap. FORT ROYAL : nies of ~ 8 i Speea ors
furieral leaves the above residence at] GARAGE LTD. Telephone 4504. |were kept right on the edges o
4.15 this evening for the St. Matthias ° 1.12.51—6n. MISCELLANEOUS pie ae & ges
Chureh and thence to the estbury s ‘add
Cemetery RYSLER (WINDSOR) 1947 Model
Ste enagane, Weltne (Widiwerl Lockie how ates Fame Teivi ith autes | oc IQUE, JEWELLERY | Saar, Caudle told the committee that
Marjorie, Gloria, Joyce (daughters). | matic Transmission. Mileage 33,000 and) ANTIQUE SHOP, 2.12.51—t.t.n.| he “fears for his life’ as a result
Hubert and Arnold (sons), Blithaflin perfect condition—Dial 4616, Courtesy | —____-. | of “cracking down on rackéteers”
aes pee 5.12.5) 10 } Garage 22.11.5112 | COMPANION to elderly lady in return | jn Charlotte, North Carolina, and























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NLACKMAN; In loving memory of our
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His loving, widow Consuele, Eaton and offer, Dial 8370 evenings only after 6
Carlton (Sons) 5.12.51—Inf'p m §.12.51—In
GREEN: . Percival N Green In un- REFRIGERATOR: One (Electrolux)
fading memory of our loved one,| OM Bumming Refrigerator in perfect
who passed on today one year, 5th] order. Apply to T. Sydney Kinch,
December 1950. Plantations New Building, Phone 8270,
To dwell with Christ is better life J or g070. 21 11.51--12n
Nathaniel Green & family, Ouida Clarke,
Hugh Jordan, Madeline Busby
; se hi—in LIVESTOCK

——— meen

PUPS—Pur» Bred Bull Master Pups.

———





MOORE; in loving memory of our dear
beloved mother Matilda Moore whc | Apply Mrs. John Goddard. Dial 9784.
fell asleep on the Sth day of December | — LT
1950
The shock was great MECHANICAL
The blow severe,
We never thought that death was
i; “RECORDON" Dictating Machines,
May light perpetual shine on her.} complete with all accessories, Apply The













Only those who love can tell aad a.
The pain of parting without farewell whe wee & Export Co. Lt
Mrs. Maude Best, Gladys Ha y (Child- é 4.12.51—4n
ren), Eric Sindolph, Stella, Isalene, Me
Donald (Grandchildren); Joan, Shirley,
Ronal@ (Great Grands) 5.12.51—In MISCE ANEUUS
ANNOUNCEMENTS | Snraves

Gi
Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-
graphs



$5 in good:



nd with your ¢ash bill
Royal Yacht Club.

you a guess-coupon; how many | adjoining
ews in a jar? You can win an 3,10.51—t.f£.n
CO radio. t certainly pays to shop | — nlingeasiiiceas tims



AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink and
White, sizes 32-36, $1.50. Modern Dress
Shoppe. 4.12.51—6n

at A, BARNES & Co., Ltd.
23.11.51—t.f.n.

PERSONAL

The public are hereby warned agai SS
giving credit to my wife ALB CHILDREN’S HANDBAGS—Imitation
WORRELL (nee YARD) as*T do not hold} jeather handbags. Two for $1.00, Plastic







—— —————_—_——————-

COKE—A quantity of Foundry Coke for
immediate delivery, Apply W.I. Biscuit
Co., Lid. Phone 4337. 4.12.51—6n

myself responsible for or anyone else} Handbags with shoulder strap in
contracting any debt or debts in my name ] yariety of colours 98 cents.
untéss by a written order signed by me. 4,12.51—6n

LIONEL WORRELL,
White Hall Road,

_————
Hall Road. | CHRISTMAS CAROLS—-A apply of

these just received. “O come all ye
4.12.51—2n AO Ros the Herald Angeig.sing
i FE Dull Jublio”, “Once in Royal David's

The public are hereby warned against} City"; “God rest you merry featieman’:
giving credit to my wife CLARISA]| “While Shepherds watch"; “We three
ROSETTA HEWITT (nee IFILL) as b do] Kings”; “The fitst Nowell’; ete. Dial
not hold. myself responsible for her or | 3878,
anyone else contracting any debt or} Department,
debts in my name unless by a written
order signed by me.



4.12,51—6n











an occupation during day

etc,, at Gorringes Antique Shop | wednesday

ai ror Woopwonkins —— | will be held at

fér board and lodging. Someone with
preferred
Write XX c/o Advocate
5.12,51—10 | }

CAST IRON—About 25 Feet 12” Cast
Iron or Steel Pipe. Apply D. M. Simpson
& Co. 1.12 5S1—6n



cep penne perenne =
DINGHY—1In good condition, ari en
2520. 30.11.51—6n

HOUSE: American Lady would like
a house or apartment near the sea imme-
diately. Write G. C/o Advocate.

5.12.52—1"

TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING
efficient service. Experienced English

Phone 8380. 4.12.51—an

—_—$—?—
USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of

the British West Indies at Caribbean

Stamp Society, No. 10 Swan Street,

312.511



WINDLESS—To purchase for Road
Commissioners; St. Joseph, Ring 95-245.
or write G. R, Hutson, Chairman, Black-
mans, St. Joseph. 4.12.51—6n

PUMLIC N

LAQUGR LICENSE SESSION
I give notice that a Licens-
ing Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parish of St. George and that part of
Christ Church within the jurisdiction
of the Police Court, District “B'' will be
held at District “B" Police Court on
Thursday the 20th day of December 1951
at 11 o'clock a.m

Dated this 30th day of November 1051





Cc, W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “‘'B"
4.12.51—8n

a. QUOR LICENSE SESSION

EREBY give notice that a Licensé
ing Session for the granting of Certifi-



— Of every description | cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
s, China, old Jewels, fine Silver | for the parish of St. Thomas will be held

the Police Court District “D" on

he 19th day of December

1951 at 11,00 a.m.

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951.
J. R. EDWARDS,

Police Magistrate,
District. “sD”
4.12.51—

at

p
Bn

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the parish of St. James will be held at
the Police Court District "“E’ Holetowr
On Friday the 2ist day of December 1951
at 11,00 a.m.
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951.
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,

District “E"', Holetown.

4.12.51—8n



“LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that a Licensing

Da. Costa & Co. Ltd, Blectrical| Session for the granting of Certificates

for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
the Parishes of St, Peter and St. Lucy
District “E” Police
Station on Wednesday the 19th December
195) at

Dated

or

11 o'clock a.m
this 3rd day of December 195!
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E"



LICENSE SESSION

IVAN HEWITT, CROW IN WA’ PoW-
Government Hill, | DER GLUE. ained at all leading Hard-
St. Michael. | ware Stores. The General Agency Co.,
§.12.51-—2n (B'ds.) Ltd., 14 High Street
2.12, 51—6n
ee ——
LOST «A FOUND GIFT PAPER: Christmas Gift Wrap- | 5.14,51—an
ping Paper, Six sheets for 25 cents
Shop early at G. W Hutehinson &
Co., Ltd. $.12.51—4n

LOST





GALVANISED SHEETS — A limited

WALLET—One (1) Wallet containing | quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft.
receipts and money. Will finder kindly 10 ft.. Attractive p:
return to Gordon Wilson C/o C. §S.| Tyre Co. Phone 1,12,51—t.f.n.





4.12.51—2n

SALE

Piteher & Co,

FOR

On Show At Exhibition

—————————————————————
FERGUSON TRACTORS with the Fer-
guson System. On show at Queen's

Park—Courtesy Garage, Dial 4616,
5.12.51—2n



“OLIVE BLOSSOM"—D Class Yacht,
winner of last year’s Trophy, No reasén-
able offer refused, Phone 2059 — 8285.

4.12.51—4n

OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES:
They make good Xmas presents, Choose
from large assortment at IMPERIAL
OPTICAL CO., Lower Broad St.

90.11,51—5n











OWL CLOTH & CONGOLEUM
lovely patterns. Shop for these and other
household items at THANT'S

SE SR: Blectrically °
HEDGE TRIMMER: Electrically oper §.12.51—t.1.0

ated—On show Queen's Park Sth and 6th



Decem| 1961, Courtesy. Garage, Di) ee

4616. saa . 5.12,51—2n OPTIMUS PRESSURE STOVES—Still

the best and the cheapest—note our price

MASSEY-HARRIS MANURE | ONLY $7,91 (Silent) and res Roarer).
S| ADERS — Suitable for lying | Limited quantity - Get yours todas

os ae Bast On show HARRISON'S HARDWARE STONE

Megass and filter-press mud
Queen's Park — Courtesy
4616.

——_—
MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTORS—Wheel
end = Half-Tracks Models—-On show
Park—Courtesy Garage Diab

5.12.51-—2n

Garage Dial | Broad St.

5.12.51—2n

ROASTERS—Two useful sizes, 12” 11”
at $1.92 and 124%" 8Â¥a" at $1.81. Obtain-

able at HARRISON'S Pe
STORE, Broad St, 2.12.51—3n

——————_
STRAW MATS—Fancy feces for bed-
room at $1.84 each at THANTS,

5.12.51 —t.o.n

MASSEY HARRIS SIDE-DELIVERY
RAKES—On show at Queen's Park, Wed
Sth and Thurs, 6th Decr, 1951—Cour-
teay Garage.





Dial 4616















5.12.51—2n TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals.
a __ | Large Size American Plastic Dolls. All
OLIVE/CLETRAC Track Tractor ] one Price, 84 cents each. Modern Dress
Model BDH — On..show Queen's Park | Shoppe.
~Courtesy Garage. Dial 4616. =
re eee ie }.12.51-—2n |. TORNADO—-International K.41, Beautt-

ful condition, excellent equipment, good
racing record, Cost $700.00 now $500.00,



5/6 TON CANE CARTS-equipped with





Over-run Brakes—On show Queen's Park {No offers. Hicks, Telephone 3189.

Sth and 6th Decr, 1951-—-Courtesy Gar- 18,11.51-—t.f.0
Dial 4616 $.12,61—8n | ———————

aa , WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine
a es | Lenton in am variety of Multicolours,



{} | with zipps all around also photo compart-
ments Makes a fine Christmas Gift
$1.80 and $288. Modern Dress Shoppe.

4,12. 51—6n

ORIENTAL
SOUVENIRS |/-









WATCHE

co beautiful Ladies and

CURIOS ANTIQUES, |} cents watches 15 jewel trom Germany.
JEWELS, CARVINGS Gold Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each.
EMBROIDERIES, Ete. You must see them at THANI’S Pr Wm. !

Hry St $.12.51—t.i.n
_———

XMAS CRACKERS! Please see us be-
fore you buy ! Thank you, John F. Hut-
son Ltd., Shepherd Street



THANrS

Pr. Wm. Hry. &t. :: Dial 3466
4.12.51—3n



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Barbados and sceneries of the Island rich
I tolours and scenes, Yes it's THANYS
where you get ther
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PLANTATIONS BUILDING { IMPORTANT !
LOWER BROAr STREET BOOK YOUR GAS COOKER
| TO-DAY
Passenger Sales Agents for: If you want one in the near
Trans-Canada Airlines future, We still have a waiting
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Alcoa Steamship Company by booking in advance,
Telephone No: 4486 Vhs pot gall at Your Gas Show-
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SPECIAL OFFER OF 4 Pitce TIN | Broad St.

LIQUOR
1 HE Y dive notice that the Annual

Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
Philip and St. John will be heid

es. Enquire Auto/at the Police Magistrate's Court District

“Cc” on Wednesday
December 1951.

the 19th day of

A. W. HARPER, |
Police Magistrate,
District “C"’.
412.51—21

FOR SALE

Ag.

to his feet and turned with
matic gestures to appeal to the
public seats.
bitterness these men
Carolina) have against me jis ab-
solutely incalculable,” he cried,

that once, while visiting the city
against the advice of friends, hé

iad to skip out of the way when

a car tried to run him down in
daylight.

Several times the witness lea
ra-

“The hatred . and
(in North

But the committee was very

anxious to know how come Caudle
thought it proper to accept three
cars af big discounts from a man
whom he knew to be under in-
vestigation for tax irre
Caudle’s defence :
myself in advance from handling
that case.”

arities.
“I disqualified

Dope

ACTING on ay anonymous tip,
the police of Williamstown, Ken-
tucky, waited at a quiet crossroads.
They stopped a car and arrested
the four young Negroes in it. For,
in the back of the car, was, mari-
Juana worth $100,000

A TREMENDOUS court fight,
dubbed by observers as the Trial
of the Three Million, became, one
year old today. Seventeen Wall-
street firms are charged with con-
spiracy and monopoly, So far
3,000,000 words of evidence have
been heard, And $3,000,000 have
gone on costs—two and a half
iiiltion of them by the defence,

DR. DAVID BARR, physician-
in-chief to the New York Hospital
(that’s the one that Persia's Mossa-
deg stayed at), says that millions
of Americans are hastening death
\nrough over-eating. And, pointing
‘o England, he says ‘that during
the war years, when we went on
short rations, we had a 20 per cent,
decrease in the number of deaths
from arteriosclerosis—that’s artery

trouble—which ¢an come from
overdoing the knife and fori
business.

Hatpo

ONE of the most popular songs
on the juke-boxes these days is
“Guardian Anyels.” The composer
is Harpo Marx,

tnsetrieb TIMES in the
City ? at big issue the other
day left almost entirely on_the
hands of the underwriters ? That
dollar gap?

Take neart from one small but
extremely significant little. figure.
On October 19 the quotation for
“30-day forward sterling” in New
York was $2.71. On November 9 it
stood at $2.79, Tonight it is $2.793.

And that quiet, upward move-
ment, méans just this: Growing
confidence in Britain among
American money men,

tite UStAL REAOTION at
New York’s docks when new-~
comers to America are reunited

with relatives they have not seen
for years seems to be a fleod of
tears.

But Mrs. Sofie Lund, a hale

ame WN
8c LA ¢ end héarty Norwegian grand-
MISCELLANEOUS mother aged 85, surprised Customs



AMERICAN AND CANADIAN GLASS-
WARE—Drinking Glasses, Decorated
Tumblers, Cocktail Glasses, Colourful
Pony and Juice Glasses, Plain Tumblers,
c ne and Wine Glasses all at most
rea le prices, Excellent gifts for your
friends or ydurself G. W, HUTCHENSON
& CO., LTD. 5.12.51—6n

CAMERAS —Hox Cameras size 6—20

Price $7.45 each.

G, _K. HUTCHINSON & CO. LTD,







Industrial Survey

(From Our Own Correspondent)
KINGSTON, Nov. 26.
An industrial survey of Jamai-
ca has been undertaken by a firm
of industrial consultants in the

5.13.51—8n | United States with a view Se
isi nt whic

ee ee In panties, beri frag area La
Pipe POA es A Sisesiores tae The exueres who earried out the
cence -— survey are f the firm of
INDIAN SANDALS: Colourful and] Messrs A. D. Little, Inc., indus-
ws haere te whe cera ee ae trial consultants, who have done
Â¥ Se yast-tfn {similar work in connection with
the establishment of the erto







STOCKPORT KHAKI DRILL: The
King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast

4.12 —tn } dye. Reduced at $1.52 a wd. Discount for
— THANI BROS. Dial
5.12.51—t.f.n

wholesale purchase

66.












STOCKBROKER.
Barbados Investments.
Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street,
Bridgetown,
(over Phoenix Pharmacy)

Dial 4796. — Hours 9-3.



10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

2,000 COMIC PAPERS JUST
ARRIVED a.
Our Toys are the talk of the town

Novels, and Popular Literature in
Beautiful Binding



Souvenir Goods in Large Variety.
ENAMEL-—It in all Colours

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE

|
|

$S$59995))

Rico Development Company with
notable benefits arising.
Suggestion to invite the firm to
make the survey came as a fol-
low. Up to the recommendations
of the Sell Jamaica mission which
went to the U.S. earlier this year
to attract American capital for
investment in the island; and the
subsequent visit of Mr, A. G.
Haldane, Economic Consultant of
the United States Department of

for

|cemmeree, who made a study of

geal possibilities attracting

S. capital.






sides, you these with
Kil the germe it ae One
evn ie oj ae

insoruera are Scanty, Frequent and
Wied sb base te caaes
Headaches, ’ Circtes under

Eyes and Rheumat en Ani Appctite



and Energy. Swollen Ankjes, etc.—
Cystex onds these troubles by remov-
ing the causo—and starts benefits in
24 hours and completely stops trou-
bles in elght days. G
any Chemist on Guarante to
ou_right or money back. Act Newt
h 24 howrs you will feel better, and
be completely well in one week.

ca Cystex The Guare

a9ntee
"er Kidoays, Rheumatism, Bladder





Cystex from

protects
you.

his fists. scheme for the establishment of
such a training school in the area.

But ue is handy with his fist:
when they are unfolaed, too—
and so George has just won the
men’s division of the national
crochet championships, He does
most of this dairty work in the
pub, “because I like to be with the

boys.”



Communist Casualties

EIGHTH ARMY HEADQUAR-
TERS, Korea, Dec. 3.

munists suffered 59,173 casualties
during November. The report
said one quarter of Communist

_ . Surrender

IT IS REALLY TOUGH when
you are wanted by the G-men,
especially so when you are on
their “ten most wanted mien” list.
And after 16 years it just gets you
down, Meyer mbin, wanted for
daring bank robberies, complained
ja y when he quietly surrend-
ered.

of the Pukhan River where the
63rd Division attacked.

November 24th—30th totalled
10,182 whereof 6,256 were killed
387 wounded and 89 were pris-
oners.—U.P.





GOVERNMENT: NOTICES

APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR, MAIN KITCHEN,
GENERAL HOSPITAL

Applications are invited for the non-pensionable post of Super-
visor, Main Kitchen, General Hospital, at a salary of $480, rising by
annual increments of $48 to $912 per annum.

Applicants should not be over 40 years of age, should have attain-
ed a satisfactory standard of education, and should have had some
experience in housekeeping duties on a large scale.



Applications on forms obtainable from the Secretary, General |
Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later than 12th December, |

1951.
5.12.51.—2n,



VACANT POST OF STEWARD AND CLERK AT THE LAZARETTO

Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Steward and
Clerk at the Lazarétto. Salary will be on the scale of $1,200 x 72-—
$1,632 per annum, and will be subject to a deduction of 4°, in accord-
ance with the provisions of the Widows and Orphans Pension Act,
1928 (1928—3). In addition, a non-pensionable cost of living allow-
ance will be payable in accordance with approved rates. Uniforms
are provided.

2. The appointment will be on two years’ probation and will be
made subject to the selected applicant being passed as medically fit
for employment in the Public Service.

3: The minimum educational qualification which will be accept-
ed is a pass in the Cambridge Local School Certificate or a similar
examination of équivalent standard. Applicants should be between
the ages of 21 and 30 years.

4. Forms of application and further particulars relating to the
post may be obtained from the Superintendent of the Lazaretto, Appli-
cations should be addressed to the Director of Medical Services, the
Wharf, Bridgetown, to reach his office not later than Wednesday, the
15th of December, 1951.

5. The successful applicant will be required to assume duty at
the earliest possible opportunity, not later than 2nd January, 1952.

5.12,51.+3n.



POLICE TRAFFIC NOTICE

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

1. The drivers and riders of all vehicles approaching Queen’s
Park between the hours of 11 a.m. and 11 p.m. shall do so by way of
Roebuck and Crumpton Streets only, and leave by way of Constitution
Road or St. Michael’s Row.

2. The following street and roads shall be one-way to all vehicu-
lar traffic: —

(a) Crumpton Street, from Roebuck Street.

(b) St. Michael’s Row from the corner of Crumpton Street
and Cohstittition Road.

(c) Constitution Road, from the corner of Crumpton Street
and St. Michael’s Row, with the exceptions noted in
para, 4.

8. The drivers of motor cats shall be allowed to park on Con-
stitution Road facing north, and when leaving, shall do so by way of
Belmont 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 Governot’s Gate returning the same way, and proceed
in single line by way of Belmont Road.

Made under Regulation 2 of the Bridgetown and Speightstown
(Traffic) (Amendment) Regulations 1943.





R. T. MICHELIN,
Commissioner of Police.
Police Héadquarters,
' Bridgetown,

15th November, 1951. 1.12.51—8n.



SPC
DEPARTMENT

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MAKE THIS A REALLY HAPPY. CHRISTMAS FOR YOUR
FRIENDS AND RELATIONS BY:—

SENDING THEM CHRISTMAS CARDS
GIVING THEM BOOKS
PRESENTING THEM WITH A DIARY !!

We still have on display a wonderful range of beautiful
Christmas Cards singly and in boxes,

Books to suit all tastes: Fiction, Travel, Biography, and a
lovely selection of books for Children of all ages.

Diaries, Engagement Pads, Address Books, Bridge Scorers
in attractive leather bindings.

Christmas Tie-on Tags; Stick-on Christmas Labels; Dean’s Rag
Books for the Childten, Dressing Doil Cut-outs and x
Father Tuck’s Liftle Books. g
4 $
Phone 1427 x

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to sail from New Zealand on Febru 5tl 152
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é KINGSTON, Nov. 26
MELEE, Plans are being made for the
ba : ‘7 I : : celebration of the 150th anniver-|
, Ss J F Y } sary of Kingston’s existe is
; é D , sary 0 gs
SA } S i. {ROLL " I “orporate City, during 1
‘ i The City Council setting up
) } ? | a committee to be in charge of
KE A sil i celebration arrangements an
Lae have invited outs organisations
la | i “ such as t Jamaica Chamber
} Commerce to serve on this Com-
i mittee. |
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ve ; : City by an act of the Legislature
‘ on A aoe in 1801 which after receiving
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5 KINGSTON, Nov. 206
The Food Control Department
has made representations to the
Executive Council in Jamaica for
t Increased allocations of dollars
I j for food importation during the
. and: next few months. e
f 10. Fo i This has been done because of |
2 the food problem in the island,
t =| which is becoming acute follow-
ing the recent Hurricane damage,
‘ SID BARNES making « bid for Test selection flicked indiscreetly at his second ball of the match and the Department feels that it to have in stock a few of these really tasty
; ao , “ea against medium fast bowler Prior Jones and missed. The ball came through fast and low but Barnes 1s_ necessary for Government to We-have = ype = one is made in its own
= wa 7 hit on the inside edge of his bat and was brilliantly caught behind by Walcott. provide an ample supply of for- Night Dresses an be a hoe » Black White
a bal _ ti : as a F oO —Consolidated Press Photo. “me pote ie individual style. Colours are ’
. ae tn BA : ; CHRISTIANL OUT -_- ——__—__--—- —— _ The Government is in contact and Peach
f » 6 : a with London on the matter, ]
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Jotinson, bow W.L. Fortunes ee eet !
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7 - nae at : , ‘ot Siar. SYDNEY ay 5 The Regional Economic Com-|}
W ; lo , BE A combination of events on mittee which adyertised early in } spinon aa gence’
eeded 1 1] ; Tuesday dramatically changed S@ptember for applications for |) | CURR & Sak pee og BROAD STREET.
mediately began to play it the position in the Second Test the posts of U.K. Trade Commis- ee ase
erly fashic He cover drove ek d_ upo the eld, from the appearance of certain sioner and assistant Commissioner | |
both Miller and Lindwall in su G c show him a _ lo Victory for the West Indians to Will meet in Barbados on Decem- = \
perb style, and when Bill John- cause and he will show you cour what seems to be defeat at the ber 10, to make these appoint-|———=
stone was brought on he straight nd patience. In this instance hands of Australia. MEnr. SSSSGOSPISSSIOSIO VS OOG9SSS SION
drove past the bowler’s feet oe oe | hss bias tote These events could have been The committee also expects to PLOTS SSSSSSSSS SILKS
to the sight screen with a majestic "8 Ms arrive ie vi di GP Berd rh overcome to a large degree by appoint an Executive Secretary
stroke. One ball lainaed: off a {ro ill Johnstone. The tter « as ae on the part of the and assistant Secretary for its MAKE your
good length from Miller truck ! rve SS est ndians, Barbados headquarters ihe
Bis love. and balloon 4 over ti he Au t total ee ge the Australian Trinidad will be represented by Shimmering brig’
slips’ head, but what u air waht a in the crowds saw the spectacle of the the Minister of Labour, Industry
one fal Nottes sall ; ka nt ig list ts n re : is star West Indian batsmen trudging and Commerce, the Hon. Albert | and colourful os
three runs ' t tha suld fit back to the pavilion during a crit- Gomes, at this meeting which is {
; the for er places in any ical period of play—out to foolish likely to last four or five days. New I!
4t the other end, Stollmeyer, ™ ye aa ith strokes that have no part in Test Mr. Gomes will have the Hon. | \ ‘ rac
al on his injured ill and a sense of safety pear 8 ey, The Sydney cricket Harold Robinson as adviser. " WOOLLIES AND SILKY THINGS
ley z his head from the 4, till did not prevent their ground pitch is now wearing in pak ¢
‘ zindwall’s bumper, takir very chance of a run it spots but it was not that which .,,, ¥ cs \ NEED DREFT’S SAVING CARE!
till able to turn Miller to square 45 minutes thev added. 50 and caused the West Indies collapse SECOND CORNMEAL MILL WW,
leg for four, in such exquisite then steered the total past 200 in the second innings. ; STARTS OPERATION WN Yes! Other washing products
manner as had the crowd breath- Then two pre- eee, ae _ Sipley (From Our Own Correspondent Wh, may eventually have a harmful
less. Me of his scoring shots sentec t new came | their first innings the big Syc > KINGSTON, Nov. 26 effect on fine fabrics—but Dreft is
re played on thi except on with Lin 1 Miller as ney ieee watched the spectacle = Jamaica’s second cornmeal fac- really safe! In fact, tests have
two excellent square cuts. But its herald here wa till oi : Abbie of _ Australia’s bat- tory “has began operations, In proved that Dreft is safer for col- |
when Worrell had swept off 20 in 25 minute ‘ until ne sapolts peating the West.Jn~ +19 weeks the hew mill pro iuced oured woollens than anything
a manner that suggested he could close. Gomez square drove Lind- A eee Aiea te ae 5,000 bags of meal, art ° you've used before,
score 0, he waved his bat at a ee, sue rae ie t : T a it Art ahead on first innings, The new plant has a total grind-
rising ball on the offside from fit to. his ban ’ : ae at aaa Terrible Strokes ing capacity of 10,000 bags per on SALE AT ALL
Lindwall. It was a stupid gesture + i at piayec ee Hl : The debacl Jidn’t st there month similar to the old plant set r 7
and the crowd yelled hiny a warn ; down, the ane Oh ene Bas Foie West fudians sowed “Titel nere. up in 1988. Their combined ca- LEADING STORES
ing Oe iinly eae wa brilli : ‘¢ ion Nenisie tits on ide of their great batting i the wat pacity of 20,000 b per month
ignored. 1¢ next ball rose even F or Seach A innings of » hee innings iS estimated to be just about the
, nm by Hassett, who put up innings during the second innings g just & -
higher, and Worrell hi acre ahs h 3 ri Say: a teenie iri on aeedaotive iiarcae ante present size of the island’s con- SAFEST , FOR WOOLLIES,
to play a mad flick at shoulder he vy i 7 ae ini fn as su tic f this ¢ ‘ . ‘
. head drive for the boundary. The dismissed before the side made SUMption of this commodity, an E
height, Langley took the obvious joi) fey fy an hig Re avid up the 155 leeway, Stocks of corn are now ample to re SILKS — WASHES THEM
catch with ae srodiie st all ae and. ‘he caught. -it'in kh 1 The Australian veteran off- nee haste plants turning over at “ CLEANER, BRIGHTER
ce, Ring b. Miller 9 Yorrell €. Christiani ct. Hassett b. Miller 30 5 ‘ : spinner Ian Johnsor sertainly fu oad, daspite the set-back
‘ , ‘ ov. CHRISTIANI drags a ball from Hole on to his wicket in the last an son certainly , e set-pac
Langley b. Lindwall 20. One for six for 210 over of the first ane of the second est Match at Sydney. Christiani oWled brilliantly to take the caused by the August hurricane
19, two for 52. is : eal had ucoed 76: f wickets of Walcott, Weekes and and prospects of cornmeal short- GESSOSBSSGSS OOS 6ESSEE SOL OEOIGOLG OODOPRGSECOCEE,
It w in inexcusable thing for i peer ee oe cy eae ¢ : Radio Photo eee” but on and Rae age in Jamaica are now very little. POPS PPSIGSOGG DOD PIGSS AGO PSE IOP P°LSPP SPOOF IST
_it w nexcust g for est I re ol 5 1 , were out on terrible strokes at g
Worrell to do. The West Indies fouy wick ‘vars ieinigh rE oe palin ont ~~ $ >
L to f hee ; vhich shoul > y
have attracted tremendous sup- morrow to play. Goddard WUE Uae 805: a atone. hould have been left MEDAL FOR BOBBY |% W, : , FROM STOCK: x
por \ustralia, and most of the out and lasted to the i ; By M. H: pug “ifs "Rha aenoatia ReoceaRipeaeea Walcott also jumped miles BREEZY Bobby Thomson, “the|$ VE CAN SUPPLY FRO. Ss er %
crowd re openly furious that final str be delicate : y M. Harrison-Gisy \down the pitah, made a blindeye slugging Scot” from Glasgow, | ¥% x
ch a reputed nan should fe y off Th : Dealer: Est, : ’ | swipe at Johnson and was stumped W0Se mighty hore-run blow put| $ Vee ' Vn * >
. Seats hae a ee oe Game ail - | WHAT'S ON TODAY |) iy" that able successor ta kre is baseball team, he New vox |e Créttall Steel Windows. 3
; ances of this natur Ginko t Goddard ¢ : ON. $ Gahmiian
ll from the list of out six 15; Total six wick- # $ : § mopestien: Contenetae, 2 lia’s Gil Langley, going i have a night out. % EF, Ih D i %
‘ d’s leading batsmen. It ets for : OK 764 , ie | As I stated li he West n Chicago on Friday — § me %
: : i tion, Queen’s Park — 1 .s 5 , Carlier, the Wes . ay tie ; Ors a >
is absurd to compare such repeat tse : é : Sitse ae =. Indies have little hope of defeat- Andrew's night—the [Illinois St. % rene 2? ; 3
ed 8 essness B im the eee s ' Disa Ww 1 wae “a Ween 2 eA w. “ r 3 British Council — Rehearsal, ing Supesiie, until they curb the oars Society will present x %
excellence of utton or ijay ae ane orre cost the © E AQ wy @ KI 5 : | Olympia Club — 4.30 p.m. impulsiveness that causes them to Obby with an engraved gold|¢ ‘ge e i” = s
Merchant of India, neither of Indic the ir hopes of saving the § - ae a y t K ge 9 Mobile Wrihnee at @acen’s play strokes without logic or rea- watch for “his outstanding con-|% Sliding Folding Doors x
whom in their entire lives have Second Test here -da At a 93 85 q Se x son, That impulsiveness has cost, tribution to the ideals y D4
t ou t ; ‘ & We a 58 : Park 7.30 p.m, ; : y , | ideals of good|@ ¢
even permitied themselves to ‘me when Hy ey needed 400 to be ~ ie ) the tourists this vitally important | sportsmanship,” $ ~
think of the things that Worrell - and os ie wi ket till fuil 1098643 : Sunrise: 6.00 a.m. cee pm ar oy a | 8 OUTWARD OPENING CASEMENT WINDOWS x
have done repeatedly. of runs, both of these batsmen ¥Q Sunset: 5.36 p.m. appens on Wednesday—the last | 3 ft., 4 ft, 5 ft. or 6 ft. High with or without Ventilators. %
was sale Sat bak Sein ‘Sta upon — much de 1 lost $ 2 : Moon: First Quarter ay oe play. Indi ; YESTERDAY’S % %
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n r and id faithful companion Now the game is lost in all ordin . { ; 1 igh Tide: 9.40 a.m., 9.50 66 ahead of Australia with only | WEATHER REPORT % 7ft, 9ins. High with Locks. S
Ferguson Veekes—and we say it ary probability With only our a Lia's p.m. two recognized batsmen Gomez | . g %
hank a craftsman. Not wickets to fall the West Indies le ma z re ‘. A : a ; 4 eat FROM CODRINGTON ¥ >
Mit wCnuanits. cet [| eA ee Oe eee ee | Rainfall: nil . $ SLIDING FOLDING DOORS 8
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II \ HARHADOS AIIVW'ATt vVKDNKSIIAY. DM IMHIR 5, lSl • WEST INDIES FACE DEFEAT Rae And Worrell Threw Away Wkls s IKS HAROLD DALE %  %  %  i i % II. ii i %  %  %  %  %  i %  14! %  %  +mm %  i Kingaton I<> Cefobntiv KIM. %  celebration of thi .11 y uf Ki ''orporati %  a cotnui >'< %  %  %  %  In IHfli Royal /.-HID BARNL8 making Md I IIIIIIMIWI on Man* s \,vi>di>iZ for Foot! %  %  rani to inc 0 %  %  .'. increased allocutions for food .next I** | This hi lb* f'l pioolfn, m %  tea. UM racaul Hurrlcai %  %  %  ; v t.r f• >i i n Poodi The Government Is In contact I i so low in i %  hmumu on i.i %  t,!„l %  %  %  %  %  %  i %  %  %  %  %  I %  ....... il !,thing for W( i %  %  %  %  1 ....... %  %  . %  %  %  %  %  %  1 I i iAM ii'.f a W aver of lb Brut day of U had corl 76. Esumr i p %  :• cm to hit wicket In tha last 114 Tort Match at Sydney. Chrtstianl Radi Phot %  %  h turned trwart • (, u | %  P %  i no \s M .-iBy M. Ha.fi. ttfJ S I M1M I %  i %  to Three .enled Club %  uoutirs i .Hiu i WHAT'S ON TODAY I % %  in Kiiiii ( onliTt-ncp I M u u H t r I 1 Exhibition Uurvn'o Park — 1 a.m. ..riled, riiiin.n — Krhrral. "i"iii. Club — 4..SB pm. Miihllc OaWMM -it tjurm's Paifj — 7.30 p.m. Maria*] 6.00 4.in. % %  Mail 5.36 p.m. Moon; t ii I t.ii.t I. r I.Uhllni: .. IMI p.m. tilth Tide: .9 a.m.. t.M p.m. LM lid.: 3 17 a.m.. S.5S p.m. Pimples Go Cause Killed in 3 Days W.I. Fortunes Fluctuate rron. FRANK MARGW SYI1NKV. Dec. 3. A combination ol events on Tuesday dramatically changed the position in the Ssvond Tnt fwm the nnnrni ittMa M* cattaiii victory for the We.: IIRIMI^ U. what seem* to br Jrfril at n... hands of Autti .>l... Tlicse CM !.!:. ,..,. overcome to a large Jaaru e IJ • ; : >i M.c West Indiana. a it-in the Australian ciouda saw the spectacle of tha star West Indian butsmen trudging back to the pavilion during a cntM >i parted of play—out to foolish strokes that have no part In Test eridurt plaj Tha Sydney cricket itch is now w.i s[>ots but it was not that which I Wet bhtttaa collapse in the second innings. After the tourist*' great display BrM '" %  %  gf the big Sydney crowds watched the on Tuesday of Australia's batting rabbits pasting the \\, | Indian attack all over the Kround to tana Australia to 517—15.1 ahead on flnrt innings Terrible Stroke* The debacle didn't ataa than Watt Indians showed little alga of their great batting of the ttrM innings during the .second innings %  batsmen bafctU dlsmi.s5.ed bafon tha aMa mad" Up the I5. r > leeway. The Australian veteran .iiT.splnner Ian Johnson pertain!) Iniwled brilliantly to take the wickets of Walcott, Wecke, and f, but Worrell and Rae were out on terrible strokes at balls which should have been left alone. %  jumped miles > pitoh. made a b U ndayi nrlpa at Johnson and was stumped by that able successor to the famed Don Tallon, South Australia's Oil Langley. As I stated, earlier, the West Indie* have little hope i I ini Australia, until thev curb the mess that causes them to ton arlthoul loa> i ra *'>n Thai unpulsiveness has cost the tourist, ibis vitally important second test, unless a happens cm Wednesday—the last diy of play. The West Indies arc now only 66 ahead of Austrnlia with only n Gome/. ddard now in with "rabbits" to follow. Australia probably will need only 200 on Wednesday to win. unless the spin pair Romad.in and Valentine exploit the crumbling wicket and bowl the West Indie t.. vkktrjr. Such an occurrence appears unlikely, but d is now tha W. li last hOM Car thiTest. Ilk,. '.l*l' I'.. '.Ill. ICltCkllOB Of Nl.l -r *w* pfmplca Nlaodarm Wnfaht They'll Do It Every Time — By Jimmy Ha tlo THE V\OA\ANS PA6E EDITOR OS MRS fjRSlRDLE'S PET NEWSPAPER. HAS A SlsfELL SESJSE. OP HUMORnnd yoa anai %  on. la a B*w iiUK-iiv*ry i and parftalie* on tha %  •ua 1'lmplM. Holla, 11 HloirliKoaama, llinsw 2 carTWaTjl Jeau I %  / I V^ TIE CUPS. TIE CHAINS, LINKS and STUDS in araaaa gall i>i.i.,! aai in .."hi irm„ abaal stir ui> ti *'ur laanDofa V !I I >l A A ML ITII. ?0 BROAD T. with London on the i %  Hat R. E. COMMITTEE TO MEET IN B'DOS POM The R> ofc; ComI the ports of UK 1 will meet In Bavbadoa on Docan bat it, to ntajp (i in! < xpects to m BMcuthn and assistant natnalaij toi IU i rented by and Com which is Ukasj hi Last (out M 8MCQND COnVJf£U WILL STAMTS <>rut\no\ KING .l.iin.ui tory has bagan 9,000 bags uf meal. • % % %  ing capacity of 10,000 bags per month similar to tha "Id plant set up in l3. Ti* %  ted to b I | itimpUon of thl ol cot i .ue Qoa la to keep Imth planLs lurnii %  %  and prospects of eornn %  1 DBatioa are now vcr. Uttlo, MEDAL FOB liouiSY HkLL/v Bobby Thomson, "the slugging Boot" from Glasgow, blow put his baseball tfam ' Id series, is Kuiug to have a night out. In Chicago OD Friday — St. Andrew's night—the Illinois St. Andrew's Society will Bobby With an engraved gold watch for "his outstanding con' ill of good Wt ban ... rtock .. tow ol lhaw % %  %  NtoU ircs~r i aacfc "i"a ma* %  '\ %  :' %  >" ,„div.duui rtyto. Col.. in.. ,II. %  Black. Was* .incl Peach Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. 11. 12 & 13 BROAD STREET. YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT HIOM 1 DIIKIM.ION Rainfall: nil ToUl Rainfall for morlh Ui date: .8* Ins. Illaheoi Temperature: S3.5 F Inueit Temperature: J2..1 I Wind Velocity: 7 mile, per hour rixronieter: (9 .m ) !.5; I'pmi • HI Jit to fisAgecjtwn! YES 1 avary suit made by us is specially tailored to "FIT TO PERFECTION While there are tailors and tailors" we can boast ol being .... THE TOP-SCORERS IN TAILORING' AS. M.UFFI \ HI. Hi. MASl OIIH Ml K% Minaerlei U. il .> %  a .. %  <•• %  I Ml •% Maartl WOOLLIES AND SII.KV THtMOB Min DRBTTfl SAVIN*; CABH Yes! oih.i miUiig produetf tu.ill. havr a harmful itli.i an AM i.ihrlct—but Dt.|t li rmlly naf. In f.i.l. lMt have proved that Draft is eater l*-r ..•!ourcd woollens Ihnn anythlng yoa'va uwd before. •N Sll I Al All miiiM. tiaaii


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I'M.I Sl\ BAKBDOS \1>\ place Bay *rtd." he said, "and j will see thai in Ml food education, there will rwrt be other th-in pale face* Ml Thai against in what we are fighting i Age-Grouping Pushed Them Baek 300 Years nad to be faced bv vrnatfta returned to power Even If there be the mjMUfcal I • x told %  MU Hall lMt Uiey would Mr Bryan and be ca use of what people knew they had done rid aarneslly meant to %  MI. but because it • i fm sB "Mr. Toppin once war.nd a Man work and he said that Ihe ptriion had to have a school ceniil%  Sift •MUM H aaj v In) I | Utory ropn\ NUN tlsetnrnl thai only people wort nlTlan Euro P ei,n ac neod "PP l > a 'To-day we have a c le wr.jid ha ••• i> right of %  HU ild govern them, ihoiufh .U .~.. hnui nuM eople be** I^baort Xousanl tf our'SX 300 years. What 1 srli! h Is that the Covernrroi.t ple aod w# ^ nol wanl „ ihre*illowed an Ertftlishrrui 1 i re some years *•• ind month emigration scheme but wished vour children back 300 yean DV accepting the sys'ornething permanent tern of education-age grouping and surjernnitit.n--that ^ oUm lhl ro ^ lo 4 much worse than the old system. snid Mr A R Toppin ..peak about now i* the tourut to the electorate at Hothersal Turning Mondas nwhx industry I would iIt Industry developed. At present meetingo, throw* out of school before their jn fortunate to be getting bount. out eropa. but we do Dot know i Mr. Tupp.n aW that the Last whcn nw wm change The tourist L .bour Govrnusatt had left baindustry can UtatafGl be our aecThe '" i the Uectir -. oivixw H J— y—• %  — —-—— -—• iBougn some or them cannot %  tupid lo thtnk th-.t the Electors",, who should say now much of the approviauu art have coloured vould do othar thatf rich man's profits should be rut mn | n t n ,. PoUce Torce with high thato gains and slap t help the poor. ranks and for the first time in the oour. "They appeal to tlic MBM and hlstiev of Rejhkjdo* there Is a Cos was speaking at a forget the day when Mi. Adam* coloured Auditor OessSrak Yet %  aJgn meeting held and Mr. Springer had to tiKhl with ;ill this they will tell you Ml Bi'von and himMr. Wilkinson and his group so that we are not with you. re wkmg re-election that the same women would be "They had heard Mr for the itble I Chase and Mr. Ward criticise the % % % % % % %  m the .., n th. Hectors' £j 3" ffilSdinT no" g at lh* forthcor B | h,nd no themes for local emZd^l*immk£*Z.~** coming Oeneral Elections. Association had things so thai £„( Co ast Road. They void that E1 c onB i as repre^entallee I pluyment. industrial development the last Labour Government remembers of the Electors' only a man with a big salary and in spile ol nc benefits the men ttu Pf !" * s M,rn *r> had told them lift aMpavennuatlon, he s n.uressed hsnd hi.d long ago giver, !. ' would „..v, ,,.! It Bu, ^IS^JU"£ hi cubli* !" .,,, of h. Ml m • yoar Incom. Ux ..emptl as!d. vtwdy who knows the cnnstitunad Mld lna Ihe ,„,„ who wen t >ctars* Asaociat''nal set up would tell you th;.1 tvtmy n(N j returned with their ment cannot pass wjiBt watches and their bip pp. rrt liw fT Bermuda, t h o bicycles. He did not want them __^_^^ H Bshamss or Bnrhadoa. though in to have bicycles. a week no n ,r w< "'' Indian islands It "if the Barbados Labour Party (,..<. W .lone." had not been working on your have to pay %  1 """ _^ — bchaU." he said, "do you think the pan alld „ n. but you can a--k them They were teUing tne people pi^to,,' Asaoctalion would have Thev ; five%  tike care of I not brilli.uir '\' d "^ !* nt spent so much money and used so Mis, but cbool iNving twt\''.' ""<' *'"^ d "J .;';':'' .„?,'i mn> ifih' lx\ hindustry about to be established •*. il out < %  :: %  Ihe ambulance, so bad was Ihs hen sou th* nnnr ru-d * aa appeal espe ci a l ly t • w "r i *"* "" T ,"?SK .lown-' TIKJ bring'their itoofts ion." § : Bf5 SSTooTSn. SJ5? ^. ,0 K ""--*B-S.* JS -f: agon to aC2" •*-• to remind ye* of %  down .. _. ... .. the llshing industry a..i -L-rM how we came Thev said they had men oi ah.i"Jht people would get an Idc.. „men-to Mry COOS Bui these thllgs ,ty and the Labour Party's memof t he push u pwird .the Labour 11 ^miu, .„ „-i nor r> wm lUl-wits Anyone who Gvernment had given im in d. TM ...I J, til. -r.ie< to anv of the debate* would carpenters', the masons the laM, i: ,. ..Ve been observing these tenet. "• ny d L^,JrT p ^^gL bouriT* 1 and ihe wharf men". iitpiurauie y JJJ-M ~>i^n— Thrt. was H ... ., ..... ..„.„, <•" >• '"'k ' the l>r Parachlal TreeoCae* Wegt Indian islands. '.got again-1 us '„-*-,..wanted and tiite*' col"To keep your food cheaper, thing, but n %  .11. (1 irv(1 mrn ..ppiied for the lob ha aald, "we win reduce their pro%  ponsfUe. Then %  thell dawplb tin i.n' iiloyment. they Ills. could build in.ne i<> 1 % %  . * sent to Trlnllii(l and got a man ^-w_„ _.i„. 1-. hrina a Hotel that <:i „cd Johnson who had %  1 1 ^%n ^iidtof fiat? rn v ^*E ,h ;'' ttl anrylfyptj .,, then Were they halplna gjy\Jgg. "LjST, *gT a f3 tt^eooiingto 0 tx reesM by unemployment w*e the) dU ^ ^hlv to rich wU lh ,,Th. truth Is that their -.le duty The> ihe rich tell I> %  ol %  %  year.' 1 with Hvf •.!>., not forge:." he said. "th_. %  the Labour Party represents 600 this Island pli.. m %  oi paogde m ihu eolosqr wotklni oa N ran get. the wateriront. and one <>r two M that only seven may come i.p hentad tell yotj be -vote r or labour." But ovei TakS BJ MtvieS thoOS waterfront men strike VOU • the Electors Asp:iv f or ( I am leaving it to you :..ilw>ur Party wttn •„ V ote wiselv. Rememb.-: I ror rive years. That the Rattle << Trafalgar, Nelson r ind cxpecls evt 1 to do his dub I know lhst you thpeople of HotbersaJ Turning will do your duty to me on Electton Day as you did n well 0 n the %  i~ion." white shelving t' Sh.e.v them that . depo-lt. V • ss sio^^^a."" rKW-w?sr STJCW 1 lo th it If BouSS in 1 1 owes*, the i will have to call or • %  tenantry roads them In or* %  1 bay tho coot It is then that I %  ORDER REVOKED WASHINGTON. Dec. ft Egypt rwi ...der ex< lung the American newsman Q Hi lite? OF REAL DELIGHT!! XMA8 Tl-i r IHTt'H \TIONS. 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tlUXKSDAY. DECEMBER 5. 1SSI IIMtnADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE Labourer Guilty Of Damaging House Sentence Postpone*! Hi H Mr JiutfM t; !.. Tayloi ..i tl e I Merdav postponed sentence on Chrtstorulturul labourer of St. James, alter an f^und him tfuillv of damaging the dwelling Hi KM Bwl i n BtpMWbf ". by ir.i'ui • <>t some >i-stance. I T I'.runcker appeared on behalf of the 1 11 i while Miss M 1 lii.urne. Assistant Legal Draughts-nan, appeared for the C'nwn. -rcution alleged tha KETTINC ill in a Handicraft Show A Success i\ SP&GltTSTOW \ tbout 2.15 a.m on S %  ; %  lid* Beat and hrr dufh-r Gwendolyn wre sleeping in UN at Mount StandfjEt Hill. Si Jam—, the accused s*i some exploaive substance to the houae and as a result the house end .' few chslrs in It were dsm-ed. ; I woman. Maude Best. \ at injured M a result of the ex11 and was treated by a doctor. The accused, before the CotOnet %  T Math) I explosion took place, threatened atontr ,,( POItcS), opened the U b)ow Maude Beit and her Handm l "i ni.l air Spemhtst.mn Bo>V Club at their | %  Aitness called wai SuperCiut rotm „ n Mondav -venmg. •M Eustace Simmoiid* who ,.. (,:.. said that on Sep.ember 9 about Welfare Officer, attended the show 1.4ft p.m. he went to the houae of wm i e Mr K N H Hust.in.l*. la-l Maude Best at St. James. The Speak-r oft house stands on Mount Standfast was the T.uesi of Honour. Mill. Mr SftBl l<> the house after re"* how was a success. Chairs, reiving cer.nlu Information. On nets. Morn, centra tabaat, shoes. his arrivsl he found that the floorh lr hruNhes. a.h lr^ mg LB the front house was damProving boards, candle stick-. ated. The legs of the chairs were ">'" %  '*'' ""'<' fMtl and broken off and Maude Best n ad a lh g**—* tailuce and "-.-hal..: wound cm her face, Be*t al-*> ^ flrhe n '*h standard. •eemed to be suffering from Oil* from the Clever's shock. The doctor was sent (or Education b Dviuom inationti I In Ii. ilnrtlur i> %  1) § %  WORKMEN r at Queen-. Psik Da i>.r tion tbat opens at Qucni iris' Club and one boy from the taken h* the Holetown Boys' Club eta In 1t\ovhthit* to the exhibits and statements Police. Tn Mr n.i.nker. Superintende-i: A1( ,„„ exhibiU m | Simmonds said that the fox Club jnd lnc fjir cr(| „,, (s on the main road of St. Jnmcs. >h(1 snov/ made ordcr nipidlv. rran theSt. Jamei main road one a^toiv Oolonal IsUcheun iav would have to pass the Fox.Club ] looki thing hupi>ened. for when in* ttM apactal lo herself she found *"< %  ThW were more happ> tliat the floor was damaged, "hen refreshments were served. was a wound on her head _^^^^^_^_^ and she went to the doctor. The accused and herself had a quarrel about stocks and once the accused hit her with a rope and pushed her dOWH On June 15. 19*1. she was sleeping when she heard the dog bark. She oi>cncd the window and saw the accused In the road near her house YAXO. "SoporAgeilvv" Proposed PARIS. I i A plan for a North Atlantic Treaty Organisation Bn The next morning the accused Financial "Super Agency" to abused her and threatened to blow parallel General Eisenhower's rip her house. She reported the military headquarters SFl matter to the Police. posed here at meeting of high To Mr. Branker. Maude Best NATO official* Tha aald that the accused Is an agrlNATO temporary Council Com<•iillur.il labour. inittec met here on a secret report Gwendolyn Best said that on now being drafted by a tin. September 9 she got up and went Executive Bureau headed by W. Into tna road. The iiccused W> Averell Harriman of the United '•imdin* near her mother'* BOUM Statea. When the accused saw her he i, ..._,. | ,-A.,-. One of the main suggestions wa" She ran behind the accused and a plan to achieve belter ,o-ordlnaDD returninii home, she heard M ""' lo the NATO .f %  •gptoSHM The floor ' the front financial, and econor house WB, damaged -nd her grammes for anti-Communist damother hn-t fallen throuith I tence. hole In the floor. Informed source, said that the Af-er Mr. Hranker had address. Three WWc Men j^youred the Id DM Jury. Mr Justh-e Taylor crealhm of u Central SeereUrial. Bununad up and the Ji>v reneadct j j,y a "Big Name", able to turned n \-erHlc* of pilKy of dl %  ff^nfl thatiiominuHons with %  getting •• %  aid, and it 'local training i* dona through tha pup lb and vaia' Annually, %  . iMses. Training Centre HoCsmlTM is planning in due <" i lOOBl training contra • III !* %  given to recruits and to selected ti tly, a lu; gup in their educational system was met when a technical high 101100] was set up. the result of , generous grant under the C l. & W. Act. Tho PChOOl is not \ei rully staffed, hut 1 plaa m od to open it in January in xt tvUh i.'tween 40 and 50 pm A tour-vaai i f provatMd< .. %  %  and riotr—v in aildillon %  %  onto cuUp I., the pn a I Ua %  I ehlldran who i-h to an 1 .ArrmmimdMtimi Mi Brawn said 'h1 ' %  %  H\ the man I number of children, but. Mi UM ajntry that was now underb (acod rv Iha ruturg with tho Ol providing more schools for any lower than those paid % % %  %  IT ordor to don more attractive and man! fran numbai "f M ruh I n growing since n "Then ka %  bvgo nateod Bp 11 %  lied Ifaa%  I Ut Kiev gra taught V.tchool with the result that prar> !-linguul. 1. also Maya Indl %  itnd there an M tOWOV than three Mava Indian dlahslll inkon "There are at* I ,lant0( U %  I Vincent who ipaoJi their own %  Spanish and !' %  %  ng ol r -'' -;-iimes added im%  Camera Club Hangs 60 Pictures At Exhibition Dog Show A Main Attraction QUEEN'S PARK hud Lta busiest day for tbg wth iday. People responsible for decorating booths fntn putting up Han* and bunting while members til the various Com\ receiving, exhibits. ThaW cieparationa wenIx-itii; inadt!or lluAnnual Industrial Kxhibitinn which opmi today. J.HIi.lira HAH I i Hi I" M.;ij.r I'lolih inBui %  I A MHt:\TlO\ sugar cane were brought uito the Park by way uf then entrance. By midday many exhibits were ceive-l foi the Horticultural seei anukra club will again have a number ol i>ctures """.,'" '"T" ' '.I" OR show. Alreaov over 70 ,..t„,. ,,' '''" ' 11 | "' %  % % %  ";'"' %  %  an inmrttad, but tha '' Houghton, thai space allotted to the Club i " '" "" icommodate 60. The.'-'"iinclude a variety ol Mr ''"ukhton is attending UM Focal scene, which nxluds men ,i 'itish Caribbean Regional EduVOrk on UM wharf, vendois. eation Conference now in session and sea coasts. Mr. B. W. t Hastings House He Bell, a member of the Commitover the week-end bv BWIA. tee. told the Advocate: 'It will be and at staying nt the Marine Hotel, an honour for an entrant lo g< t He said that the first pi .1.Inn B picture hung. In order to pla • %  with which Jamaica U I the best pictures on show tho the shortage <>f Ktga .'ill go through the lot There are some SO.OTM children ai. i alhnjnata those that are H't if school age for whom there aie Mndard." not Bt present school places Mr laid that if there was moi" Another ISsrloUl |u• ddt-rn is the room they could easily have hut | Inability of the country's revenue 0V1 10ti. The pictures will be ai present to tlnanee adequate as)• • on the second flooi i I gr|M for tflsschgfl of ill grades. ueen's House |-he third prt*lem i* the crying Police Show need fa ispajgdon ol technical Another big tool I %  I IB0 stgeducation and the fourth is the to be IhO peisisteiue i He aald that at Iha %  '< as seen in in. i I %  %  and it i" tO be hoped Ul • .a' wlm h 111 this pro*penty will nto social ..(In it was .i i thing thai ' D ii bringing all tho I tors of | tha Waa indie* togg4hor Apasi trosn fil %  in tO ': %  should gltn i an opportunity to plan tfl late son i tin h Wast Indian i*ducJtion -an ob imt arhk h \iew of the proposal* %  t ion No I .In. in II ii"i,.,i.w "This absence of an e.i .a. aettva .i %  .. nv i Uvatang West Indian outlook, i %  sTaotlng iha growth opinion on thU lOapOl tion of federa ion gnd wil' out an education i ii m lg lime before the peoph of the different l-l.nn', think b yOtVd then own individual Island' prosperity. Cuotonu Union and Cum acj UiunCarUoi and may be useful in ins aome aurl ol West India) federation rotta prtnuu II MtHW which will %  gattl nttng a We.t indl i.i • %  iv. tin. does not no* esist." •virjiTFD OPINIONS •M Mr. I i-.. King: -VOI' CAN RK-LION IT HKlMi Tilt SWltTK.tT TKtATV Toffee MADE IN U.K. The Perfection of Confection WALTCTS %  SLU TOrFEt LT0. PALM' WOlWa, LONDON. *.S ill ba held at 4.(10 p.m. There will be a display by the Bartoallf lng panu9d v.gor.iusl. Tn dos Automobile Associnlioti %  ) 4.30 p.m. The Gymkhana at 1.3" pjg, will he the mum attraction of the Second Day (Thursday), Prior KoS's %  winners a1 i.ou •' ,| ,;'" 1 •• ,, 1 1 "" n.n The Mobile Cinema will lachnlCOl education but how i Ung at the back of ,n *> c u,d % % %  i louaa i oanptUton svon submitting jellies, cassava floui T} Earina 11 i ""' ni .xhiints arora nota ... A Mich tr II kSMN • ft aactlon H olderad work a crocholtad and knitted ships. cabineU. '|\ f" 11 oj* 6 1 H"-VHl j ii attraciiniin ana had daatroyad • half million dollars worth Oi .... and (hat meant thnt the mono) be used for new schools would IK proiont la iwtng of opin favour of inoi. %  i .'mil more suite. unltj but it "-ii bafora U LBATMBM HI #.#./:# s Hllh zippers on Ihree sldet BKAITI11X II Mill I 0NL1 *i.w AI Vour Jrwellers Y. Do LIMA A CO.. I. lit. 70 RKOAII RSI I I II A l tlUSIIN S Broad St. %  %  be running a booth in which they will display the work done dining the year. In this liooth raps. Shoo hiushes and leather wi>rk from the Speightsto\> I H Chlb, hshmg nets from H drawing from the Hay Street Boys' Club, small chairs and benches from the District A" Boys' Club and knitted artnles rrotn tinBa) Street Girls* Chlb will I* on show The SP< A ba winning a booth. MAIL NO TICK Linen Guest Towels in pink, gold, peach, green blue. Boxed Per box LINEN LUNCHEON SETS Eight pieces per set in Blue and Rust Sot oilEVERWEAR CANDLEWICK BEDSPREADS Light Rose. Rose. Blue, Green Gold and Dust 70 x 50 Each CAVE SHEPHERD &. Co., Ltd. 10— n Broad Street ; %  *%*• %  THE INDtSIKIAI. l.\IIIKiilO\ SUPPORT LOCAL INIII'STKV AKK Y