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The Barbados advocate

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The Barbados advocate
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Barbados advocate (Bridgetown, Barbados : 1983)
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Apr. 22, 1983-
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< wie a THURBS 2 ¥, DECEMBER 6, 1951



















2 Heal arc ats POLICE SHOW

_ Students, Police Clash In : : oa | 2,000 Believed
| Cairo As Schools Strike Dead In Kruption

\ VILLAGE WIPED OUT
CAIRO, Dee. 5,

ve than 3,000 rioting students and workers {i uf



MANILA, D

uM i , Di 4 ) Rescue teams were toiling to-day on the ©! wreail

with vhs police in Cairo streets in an atmosphere tense from iscussion n Phil aaa ‘el nd of Camiguin, searching for 2,000: neoble,

two days of British and Egyptian gun battles and riots, in . iy ie le ty a ping ae ee
eared to 4 ; 11eEc atl V el i> ‘ a ie

which 172 persons were reported killed or injured. The Seen

police ¢ charged in and dispersed the students and workers,



eruption. At places, they could hear injurec































Ww ho had staged the « s > unde: masses of rubble, scream and plead toe be saved
tioters stoned the polic aN rey oe hee Due This W eek times the rescue wel most overcon :
cherge winging their ; veltering heat fron : streal of red hot lava
freely. Workers in the baits IU. ' ' ‘ ae And ag they worked, th eat volcal Hibe snay
section of Cairo also clashed wi | a | roops LONDON, Dec. 5 ve them CC ionall’ wi ’ ! nelescent
police and attacked a Coca Cola | Some indication of the new iy rs ; r ri tio
truck. Case ind bottles were | Gove nment’s policy towards the A ODO EALERvenNg u ;
Smashed and strewn rion the | ill ] 32 Jexport cf capital equipment to the \ . : eh ane { '
Fuad &! Awal road following } ‘colonies mey be given “by “Mr. ) ; : oat i 3 ) | *)
; fight. Strong reinforcements rusi- | ~N e |Pe‘er Thorneycreft, President of a : aie F Ya 3 Sei a Cadets
: €d into the’ residential area and | ( ll |the Board of Trade this week, He Buried Alix |
broke up the riot i uerl as is to be asked by Sir Ralph Glyn,! : | Kill ~d B “ B
All On Strtke ;Cen ervative M.P., on Friday to \ Pea ; r came » SUG | ] € Vy us
All schools Egypt-wide wes SEOUL, Dec. 5 an Bp * vere hi as ae being a hod , a anes «
on strike to-day as an anti-Briti South Korean troops meeting ar aken engineering trms engag~- l Pitas 1 ; ,
protest. The national iate of |ever suffening paket hed as ney ed in the export trade to British, re bn w ; : 19 Injured
emergency declared yesterd }pushed slowly up the Chiri moun- oe aa aseat the necessary t ( e ct tt CHATHAM. Kent. D
was prolonged in an at em to{tains in the south west of Kor eae ee, steel =e se ai t Of tho mil 7 | The M 1 ball ed
prevent further demonstration-,{‘illed abou: 132 guerilla Ti Mi Tapeneycrott S answer Ww ill : as | a * NV ay = _ ball, plannec
| All police leaves were cancelled |toll was the‘highest in the South | 2° awaited with great interes See Pree ens j for tonight, .wes cancelas
> th : ik . A recent ministerial statement a je hre cer owns today
by the Ministry of the Interior Korean Army’s five - day - old hs “ahine an ae ca eh al i i er The | rned the 23 rine cadet
Strong guards were posted oper ition designed at seeki ng out that Cabinet was giving serious! “ Wl ; i ; 1 uM ou “ta
around public buildings, bridges,;2%¢ destroying the thousands of considerahiny to tie. puoiees OF . quare I und the | rst r road 1 2 a? teas
; ms, ) an ying sands ae ay r : 7 uare t ! {wo ever roac disaste’ as
and other strategic points in the {guerillas who have been terror- come, ie pay 8 reg | capiial. Guards were also placed |!2ing the countryside for years. would shortly announce a scheme| ==2!P#*4on [Aare ouse in | the village of |jured
along the approaches to Garden) Guerillas were content to strike|for giving priority to exports of| ° e a eerie Comat zed, and all ths} Chat the key British Nav
City, that quarter of the city |out, then fade away into their| capital equipment to the colonie More Cat tle » ( yt Hieh P ee were believed. killed. } base, which has borne many
where most of the foreign em-|™mountain fastness to-day where} The President of the Board of « e teres, Larvae Stolen Dazed Islanders Mee a Gown. the centuries
bagsies and delegations are situ-|they pon reported figh ing back} Trade, however, is unlikely to be] _ c : : rigs) ioe ih ST oe ast = ‘
ated. with the ferocity of trapped ani-|in a position yet to announce such} @% ® og? Hundreds of dazed islander oe Be tee ee ae
Top Egyptian political and mals, The battle hardened and | measures, Standard At Exhibi tior i From RB. ‘, jn y wit burt fror ed hx + itt i A “ : se last night
military leaders conferred last-|South Korean troops moved up Indeed, any hopes that Govern-| , jlava and ash, were treaming: | ,. me DEY | Ob |e: arene

i ; ; Ani a be W . » ’ -
night over the rapidly worsening | from north and south to the ridge |ment may shortly adopt definite} € ere bein marched

’ . E ‘ : - a toad to tirst aid centres i double i : 7 on
situation in Suez. The conference |of steel around the mountain. measures for securing larger steel THE one hundred and first Agricultural and Industrial Laboratory ltreatment. One official source ¢ louble fil along the dock

r : ; : } ; road to their iVE arré
was under the presidency of the| The combined Anglo-American |supplies for the industries en-|| Exhibition, run by the Barbados Agricultural Societ ~ ited that 80 per cent. of ( naval barrac
















































am a
“ t ! $-tor double-de
Interior Minister, Faud Sera ™||Marine Force waded ashore from | gaged in export to the colonies; opened at Queen’s Park yesterday 1 Our Own Corre { put 65,000 populatio ha a ‘na: Ghashnen
Din Pasha, the General Secretary |!"nding boats below Songjin, 140;receded further to-day when. it/ Although the weather was inclement up to the last ' ET OWN MASE Er ee: 5 Oma tion ¢ pany ran into the
of the ruling WAFD Ports i|miles from the Siberian border,|Was officially announced that “in-| aa ae E = sin av gaia da (Reon et eae teres from the Year All the
Premier Nasha Pasha’s right-hand |for another commando attack on|¢reasing difficulties in _maintain~j week-end, and seemingly promised a wet reception for the Major Stanhope Billyeald C.L.F.| Everywhere survivors from | a +. heen: identified,"
cau e |North Korea's main rail link with |ing exports must be anticipated es scheduled two-day affair, it was bright and kindly yester-, chief, disclosed to-day the Depa ) Stricken areas are heading range from 10 to 18
ithe Soviet base at Vladivostok ja direct result of metal shortages 4 day een s dragnet has been throv | x i 9 vem i ide of a Toush British allot vetecs
° ’ ° Grenade Attack The statement said. that i (6. There were fewer exhibits daar ar dig ronae itieet cules amet ‘ina’ of Satna oe "Oriental | 2% of bloody sea battles, wept
i Big Four Ss Sixth This time Communists were| number of cases previous estimates the agricultural section but U ae \ ert f sr Xf 1b. | Province has ordered the in- ete oes i thay “help d
| ~, ~ e ‘ready for them. Reds aitackea|f exports have fallen short of that were submitted were of the Ady ovate Taam) setae oan a M oe habitants of .the island's. main |(0ctors and attendants to lift the
> " am s reas “ms an eat ‘ ic mischie theft on onda ‘ ‘ $ i s ain wae t sad Shns e
Secret Séssion |with grenades, machine gurs and expectations for this reason. Firms highest quality. : ‘ lic mise i “ 1 . nds town ‘Manitalad’ to evacuate 3 i 1ined *bodies into am-
; rr | rifles after marines scaled a clift- Weâ„¢e, encountering difficulties jn The heavy rains had obviously, Relief k und night o thousanc of ce urriet the: Mast. Gon 466 bulance
t “Very Suecessful | like embankment leading to the | Securing steel for maintenance prevented the planting of veve- me eaitte larvae Se the Goes N= 1 Tinited State ak aii Seventeen boys: were killed as
: s ‘ cannin ° a > “ ent uit aboratory an ae ie aa 1 ie they varchec nging 1eir
_ {Vital Ridgway line. Marine flank “eo ae apd See ae tea tables in time for the Exhibition THE Advocate Fund to r afd rhe (hoe he " a) : 7 ast at | joined Philippine aircraft in fer-|. 0) ™rened singing, on raat
} PARIS, Dec. 5. ‘guards returned fire and covered |... oye, een assured to-day DoW-\and in the case of canes th help needy fishermen who 5 } ‘The : gi eying doctors, nurses, and me Maik’: Siiee ion Selaetee boxing
| Big Four Powers held their/the withdrawal of the rest of the |°”°" that when a general alloca- ; were only two plantations ex) suffered loss of their boats Demerara. ‘ tol n | oul supplie to Camiguin—440 T h, Six died later in hospital
sixth secret United Nations Dis-! raiders. Marines suffereq two tion scheme for steel comes into! iting. in the recent spell of bad rut ‘ o som ) of tr miles southeast of th Philiy “ee iS we of aaa bus was 57 -
armament Meeting and the Ger-| wounded, but the Eighth Army goerere Sarly next year, the| The rains again had prevented weather is steadily mount- Marling! ; speci the malaria) bine capital, Manila manne aa or Os eee
eral Assembly’s President, Lis communiqued they left behind Colonial Office will continue 1° the growing of exhibition clum; ing. Yesterday's contribu- easaiete8nG) ADU _ In Sept 1948, the voleano| \ iv “ae? Bde feos i O ee ..
Padilla Nervo, described the s€s-\ijem an “undete , watch over the interests of colonial! On the other hand the exhibit tions amounted to $470.00. \egyt the yello fever ¢ burst into fiery life after being). )" a ward today for 25
ata ae’ “oa iaoaRerl u é erminec num-| steel users. In addition thelin the < attle, sheep, goat oe y : buti ves rier jormant for 77 years. Thousands |¥°2! safe driving. He was driv-
s é . SS ‘ ber of Communist dead along the ‘ . P, 808 ‘ our contribution is neces- " en home after the accide and
As the Big Four delegates} iosely avandia 7 g Colonial Office is considering the! pjg sections were in greater nun saty to ewoll-the fant Please ar ; Ba fait eh of people were taken off the sty abva lets ne anc
, " “ ‘ a AP) ‘ 2 vas , lier slieve 1 AY hi ; Pr i . went straig “dow 3 ly
pressed on with their talks, gen- Of g e aa possible means of stepping up €X-|bhers than in previous years and bring or pond: your donation ‘ e pt ic be ic he thi ‘ land during 10 days’ upheay eo at _to bed with shock.
“ai 1? | cial reports did not mention] ports of capital equipment to the ar ; ; desire to cause a mosquito pest iN }aols; there were 5 I was with the Bus
eral U.N, attitude toward the con- any demoliti licat ie ¥ 7 apita quiy the standard was an improvement to the Advocate Office. GeorkatoWn aitce watt Pf ' 3 rere were some deaths Company: about: 40 years
ference was slightly more hopeful! 82 Cer dic ar cami ae ing th colonies. almost out of all proportion. Amant previously acknow- Cantata fr nes ft el blebate . De Almost exactly two years later,| “passengers said’ that the bus
as a result of an agreement yes- Arne. Cid not complete the mis- The effect of the Government pedued ... $1,008) 09 nea Lae pro. ¥ aboratory. Ur | Hibok ,, asain = belched flaming} was moving cn nemneas sine,
terday “on some minor. points.” BIOs. They had blasted the north- U Ss. T. ~~ dal Livestock Statior, ajdt). me ek on “ ates ~ emg aeaen Charles, C viet Mosquito Con lay 4) 51. people were Ikilled, and | wenn suddernla fhe eal
But it appeared more and more @@St coast railway tunnel in a oe ax Sean 8 | Agricultural Stations was at once Cullymore 25.00 trol OMicer declares ‘there is no [27 setiously “injured.-—U.P. lammed on brakes—but a
certain as each side exponded its| similar hit and run raid on Sunday : apparent in the size and quality Four Sympathisers 18.00 immediate possibility of an epi- late.' The | vehiel Pte’ Soe Pi
NCaYT Ate } ost that might|night—U.P. M ; ‘ re D, Lucie Smith 10.00 demie, although if the larvae ; : sicle was travelling
poin that the most that migh y ec of the livestock, uoA D 100,00 ‘ | i G t th . e ' along a poorly lighted road, us-
be gained from the 10-day parle . ; Lette ei f ’ vere released in Veargewn, we ! , ights ’ wa
, ld be E ard : = ry. s Dog Show ate reacorane nee Department's activities would Stepinac treed ee only: parkling lights. It “
would be a Russian agreement to! Trunian In 52 The revival of the Dog Show 1is Excellency Th travelling down hill,—U.P. & C.P.
join the new Disarmament Com-| (From Our Own Correspondent) was certainly the highlight of ee Bas Winlic ea visi ilbabshsnitbs LONDON, Dee, 6
| mission proposed by the West, er aatlee! ee By CAROL KENWORTHY yesterday's show. Moyra B. Wilkinson 25 00 Dr. Charles regards the epidem rhe official Yugoslav ne. Fight Killed
eerie e inister for ucation, SHINGT Crowds flocke n ' t} t i ; t Bene . ; 4
| : WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 rowds flocked from eve ; jossibility as remote because o ney PANgUg Sdia wai Ar
° Malcolm, appeare re > « : ns ; . ; G.M ' 25,00 ; I :
Reds Build More a ad sen ane A Nation-wide interest in tax )@ttraction at the Exhibition to see G. 3 W 2500 the absence of reservoirs for in hop Alois Stepinac ha pees CAIRO, Dec. 5
Spanish wn, to-day,| 0.4, Saha se” Boy sejthe judgin This was done 3 it. & G. Chalienor 00.00 fection with either species d Jeonditionall released ‘ ' > ; oti
. i charged with conspiracy to de scandals unearthed by the House : : : ; ) ! 1 Yr speci an y Panjur, Press reports said that eight
Air ields In Korea fraud in connection with farm| IMvestigating Committee had/Pir hs Pr idete i - Added the malaria carr as his decision hi bus passengers were killed and
vorkers tic _. caused .speculation in political) UNderway and not in the ¢ r little hance of reproduction i iken by the Croatian Minister .
RS he a 7 workers tickets, and was remand- - hr -§ Oe ameter lintsas Mahia thik: More ’ $158 ; ‘4 pi tee ; tm trie K , ; seven injured, when an. express
EAST CENTRAL FRONT, |ed until December 18 on bail, His} C!"¢les here, regarding whether it} ™Ornils, | bl weet dere he ven he et tad sip A vgn PA ertor, irajaci¢ Ivan, on the \ train crashed into a country bus,
Dec. 5 |wife, Helen Malcolm, Victor| may lead to a Cabinet shake-up.JOPen to the public a he with D.D.T, He however expres basis of ar-icles 67 and 68 of thé | pere,—y.p
Communist fighters and bombers ; Graham and Hubert Harris, were| Most speculation about a change wien: 8 ee aoe sag sg | the opinion that th ellow feverflaw on Punitive Security I
are now capable of hitting /.iliea| charged jointly with creating a|has centred on the Attorney Gen- His Excellency the Govert RED TRUCE TEAM : spec ould become establial jucational Corrective Me re
lie tenhi ini ¢ mar ~ : sre | was conducted round the She {in Georgetov tl D tment It w tated tl f THE ADVOCATE PAYS
positions anywhere in Korea. The public mischief in conspiring to] eral J. Howard MeGrath. There y i re na iu partmen wa ated that in the n 1 om d ¢ Pi s
‘

Communist recent build-up of air, defraud. They were also reman-|have been a few flat predictions | F § an hour before it began t tv sprays the periphery « hoftime, he will reside in a monastet
n

Being Brestient ithe Ms BLOCKS TALKS

, r : ,
fired as the “whipping boy” at ultural Society roatia, Stepinae serving a 1t

|
|
cern by Allied officers as Commu- aE 7 : Seah aan cilieA na, 3 LP rit Subewan “D.WGS ia :
nist ceasefire negotiators at Pan-! 'CA the Democratic Party in this in- ‘ asa we ’ 7 ’ ae ot i ; year sentence, was imprisonec DIAL — 3113
munjom demanded United Nations J TEAM LEAVE FOR stance @ on! Pat oe 9 ON PRISONERS Said since the malaria inc 946 by a Commun t, wh

i power is being viewed with con-} | ded on bail, until the same date.|that he would either resign or be

y and not central Georgetown Joear hi birthplace, Kra FOR NEWS





court,
\ dence ha been reduced by D.D.1

; 4 , .
consent to continue the construc-| B’DOS JANUARY 14 The scandal is pens to have x ag a a Tae aie eeaeh tour: isn’ gully! cok esavtins DAY OR NIGHT
tion of airfields in North Korea, KINGSTON, J'ca., Dec. 5 repercussions on the Democratic P | i Tai k PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 5 | H BRS has not be ollaboration with the German

while an armistice is on. Com-| Jamaica’s cricket team. flies to| Party’s Presidential chances of e ro an S$. Communist tfuce negotiators, Single case of ye Ilo fever on —UP.

locked the immediate dis-| record, the possil }
of the exchange of war) demic resulting from the possibile

in Korea. The United release of the lirvae remot





munist airfields and _ s.rips have! Barbados January 14 under the] !952. McGrath could be offered as é be
been moving southward and are captaincy of Arthur Bonitte. The |@ “sacrifice” to the appeasement Burnt Out a
no longer confined north of the| first game is January 17—23 the of public indignation over the i

§ situs vmaiin se01) tute Major General Howard I
r, Tas ‘second January 24—5 situation, because the prosecution ie weer oan ia
Yalu River.—wU.P. = Je uary 24—29.—(CP) of tax fraud cases is the responsi- TRENTON, Michigan, Dec, 5 furner ked the Reds in a sub-

. 7 Eleven huge gasoline and oi)| committee meeting if they ould |
THE EST bility of his department, although! g rey would! —
refining tanks blew up, or burred, | og to the appointment of a sec . y » the
sree to the appoints -' Unknown Plane Hits

mittee to conside,









he rollecti e !
the actual collection of taxes in| Shooting spectacular sheets of

| flame hundreds of feet in the ait
and covering a 10 mile area witli
\i a heavy pall of black mo

the first place was the duty of the
Treasury Department. —U.



questio

Communist replied that Mountain Ridge





Senior Del



the North















































e | No one was injured in the chair | Lt.-Gen, Nam I, had giv-| ONTARIO, California, De
‘ J ; tiv]
Aerial Je t Battle | of reaction blasts and the result- ‘ t instructions on th The Sheriff office here
4 or . ing fires at the Socony Vacuum} it t ed by the United’ that an unidentified airplane
Rages For 35 Mins. | Company Refining Plant about 20] Naticr i plenary essior on’ lieved to be the miSssir ; milita
- : uP m outh of Detroit. onday ind therefore they could, \ransport with five United Stat
Sth AIRFORCE H.Q., ne tanks were ripped open| not give any definite answe | Airfore men aboard, explod
i Korea, Dec. 5 j like sardine car Others melted The U.N. wants to arrange the] last night on a mour
| United Nations jet pluné | the int ¢ UP excl e of 1 a 4 sina’ northeast of here
knocked down five Communis: _——— ible, due to evidence indicat
j MIG 15’s to-day, and damage “yr > > ling that nearly 6,000 U.K His t is reporte
} another five Russian-built jet l udeh I arly j lun | prisoner ost of them Ameri-| wh , he Dep '
the 10.h day of jet to jet battle.) } can r have died in Cc | 4 I ft p t
One of the aerial fights raged for} Elee tion Campa ai 19 gn munist atrocitic ' intain, Residents of O
35 minutes, equalling the longe=t| an | W hat Do They Mean? the jneigh i
air fight of the Korean war. Only | TEHERAN, | Che U.N. spent nearly all of | reported seeing tne
on one other occasion did je. | stnformer ; wo a4 | f-hour meeting try-| d star mall bru
| clash for as long as 35 minutes. | wedne poy. Poe eres t ling t the Red to clarif | i
—UP. | wee ea, oe vo . their pre f upervising . rs attempted to make
i Poser ese ee ares oy CIT ClEC-T Armistice \ t half the|their way to the crash scene wit
; Uon camp J aney aeciaed tt Tse 7 a we ie nv igor ind jee but the
isin e part outl aa le} ime i up in cross-exam- 4 pon a jeep yu :
f SHOCKED \* he i pé y 38 Outle oy, , ,,.| Ming thern on the meaning of their} were unable to negotiate the ec
. . a ididate vill rur ©PEM~) offer to let neu se y te grade
eis LONDON Dec. 5. tdewte peta 7 pfler o let neut ul obser er teams| rad
> co rade news sa at) * r : : ( As) 0 nitr yehind ‘
it was “shocked” at the Argentine | 8 ai ag Univerel sdents| their lines to prevent reinforce -|_ A plane from March Field al
Government's commercial estimate | SC°CCWed =a | demonstration on) ments from entering North Korea,|*ishted the wreckage of the bi
of a wheat crop of 3,000,000 tons Li cone sae fore Majli aor | “We still don’t know what they} Plane, but was ante to let
this year. It explained, “while we | Police ban "y femand-i mean by “ports of entry” said mine if it was a C47. A
knew the position to be bad, we |!" the TSVAeTB Ne! of girll/ U.N. spokesman. The Allies want, Airforce C47, which left Nort ’ L . ° c lt
did not quite realise it was as ba beeen expelled for Communi "| to know whether the Reds would/Air Force Base, near San Ber Occasions ol unique and spec ial
as this. The impression conveyed | 4gitation last week. permit observers to go to the ai nardio, California en t
x our own oon ae was that al OD Friday Comr a a led pe a fields and the North Korean Man-' Long Beach, California, with {
harvest of 0 tons, was parti § also scheduled big) churia rail-« sing points as well men aboard on Tuesday was t ‘ .
quite a reasonable SEpectasen 'demor tration in in obvious elec-| as the seap: ported long overdue enjoyment call for clgarettes
—U.P.— tion move Us —U.P. Aeronautics Administratiot Ut ae =
|
France Lags Behind In ’51 D f > yt made by Gan eneRS te
| efence Juola |
By EDWARD M. KOURY ed to turning out th t! wzling display of toy sductior 00 x A :
PARIS, Dec.5 time record there ‘sho nd gadgets, Tho kids love it, but tanks, 1,000 medium tat reflect the rare perfection and to
It has been learned that Franc most ¢ plete ‘failure Defence offie als grimace 1,000 I ired ur r ne
will fall far short of meeting he Instead, the prodic f the amount of “elite Mobile D ‘
| Defence commitment for t article of .co mption i r r 1 in some of the yul e the ¢ ¢ ’ .
[sons and United States offic ing. In 1950 the average t } t k ‘ \ ec ho the whole contented mood
j }h begun to put “the heat” or a ictior e * ps r Tt med Creust Work i Ww I pt to tt
f |Government to make a real r i ‘ paci t k r ;
jarmament effort averaging 37,280. Tract C - ler Plant is turning out strength are re Five 1
= | losed that the Defence Bicycles, Motorcycle Jules Moch Pledeed t crane ‘ ’ :
z | re has anade hit i der I 951 the bicycle ne ( ) r », 1950. Jul Moct er
| a dustrial product cle dusty r i tk then M te {N Iwo of the fift only Shee best
Mavasoes it ay rtai nits montt } t tio Defe . pledge rat pe
that he French pro ! ‘ ounle put 10 Divisior n t e | eD tod
TOP—“Terrible Turk”, Bull Terrier, owned by Mr. John Bladon, was f TOA For the f e end of 19 tec ne ee thi tank fae wz WA do
selected the best exhibit on show. ‘ e pre the + t 952 1 90 the « he elivered to comt i
BOTTOM—Mr. D. W. Wiles’ Alsatian “Susan” won three prizes. She he t I f eal ur before the id ‘inet Se ee en ci eeene acca
was the best bitch on show. Jovernment prom ut to recapture tt ‘ spit tlined a prog ie ) SENSON @ HELGES Liv LD SOND ¢







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H* EXCELLENCY the G
ernor and Lady Savage and
asmall ty will attend the ope
ing i e Harrison College
Dramatic Groups’ presentation of
Shak f My “aesar, Eve
full seale rehearsals are
n yesterday
a schoel holiday (Ex-
i were hard at
r orni there is



rsal








v on December
14th at 8.; ind will be re-





peated the > : night Pro-
eeds from the play will help buy
ne costume and stage settings
The Queen’s College Rangers
ur Miss Eleanor Nurse and
M V. Weston are making the
costumes. ‘
Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.

Trevor Gale on his appoint-



ment





as a Director of the Advo-
cate Company Limited Trevor
has been in the newspaper busi-
ness for fourteen years now and
has had a v d career
company started t his
father

Starting in the Accounts

Office
where he spent a number of year

he later went over to the Editorial
Department where he was a sports
writer and cub reporter combined

Later on
olumn
years

he

he took over this
and was Carib for a
He then = switched to
Advertising of the
paper and went up to Canada to
study Newspaper Advertising with

same

few

ection

the Thompson Dailies. On his re-
turn he was made Advertising
Manager of the “Barbados Advo-
cate” which post he still holds

Of course lots of his friend
know him better as “Bookie” our ,
racing correspondent and also a
author and publisher of two vol-

umes of “South Caribbean Racing!
Review” which he brought out in
1948 and 1949. Son of Hon. V, ¢
Gale, M.L.C., Managing Director
of the Advocate Co., Ltd., and



is following in the best traditions
of a family of journalists and
publishers.

Tradition ,

LMOST everyone at 4he Ex-"

{

hibition yesterday was wear-

4
Mrs. Gale, Trevor, it is obvious,>

a

&

eee

on

re ye et.




s:and 18

Israeli folk songs.
earthenware and goatskin, worn

short visit to London.—Express.

On Tour

R. L, N. ASCOUGH, di-

H,

ing the “traditional” new suit, visional Manager, Cable and
new dress etc., and those who'fWireless (W.1. )

were unable to buy a new out-MiLid., leaves this

fii were wearing their “best’) morning for

clothes. After a good look at thes;Puerto Rico, Hebe

various exhibits, first stop was a










i
refreshment stall and there were «Vj 1 gin I
many of these. Thirsts quench- ed, the “Try Your Luck” booths,- fore returning
with a variety of attractive* Barbados in
prizes attracted sarge crowds! proximatels
throughout the evening. Eleven , weeks’ ne
o'clock last night found a terri- C.J. V. I
fie crowd still tihronging the Area Engineer of
Park reluctant to go home. tthe same com-f

Today’s crowd should be even
greater, aiaiae

Can Do

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
erhor sent a personal tele-
gram to John Goddard yesterday,
“Good luck to you all. Possunt
quia posse videntur.” The latter
is the motto of Lodge School
where John attended. A _ free
translation is “They can do it be-
cause they know they can.”

REINDEER CHOKED BY
GRAPE
Chaos in Ironmonger’s Shop
WIDOW THROWN FROM
« TOWEL-HORSE

HEN little Agatha Gar-
lick, aged 8%, of 6, the
Drive, Moonsleigh, went to open
ther sea-chest on Wednesday
morning (Continued on Page 1).

Llangyrkyn track

waterlogged

7THE pea-track up Liangyrkyn,
the mountain which towers

over Aberbananer, is almost
waterlogged. During a practice
push yesterday, Evans the Hearse
was bitten on the nose by a small
fish, which ate the pea. There
is a fear that this sort of thing
may bring pea-pushing into dis-

credit. Wet weather would give
Evans an advantage, as Jivie
Wosherbocker is accustomed to
the specially prepared tracks of
Nevada, The peogle of Aber-
bananer have not forgotten the
day when an Arab pea-pusher,

in a match against Evans, struck
a submerged boulder with his
nose, during a thunderstorm, and
had to retire from the contest.

‘A riot of educational
emotion’
T is staged that a film about
the manufacture of alu-
minum, called “Unfinished Rain-
bows,” has broken all records. I
hope this will set a fashion for
films. about the rotatory method
of injecting vitamin-coated pips
into pre-frozen jam, the varnish-
ish of dummy foghorn-con-
tainers, the partial renovation of
gasturbines and the fixing of
miniature flying buttresses or
hardened gelatine to wood-fibre
paper-weights. My own recently
finished film about handles for
dredger-buckets is called ‘Dust
On The Sun.”
Tra-la-la !

The clipped dialogue, so pop-
ular between the wars, has given



gPany who is at

BY THE





Mr. H. LL, V. Ascough
present in Jamaica will join Mr,
Ascough in Puerto Rico and ac-
company him on his tour,

One Way

WO o'clock
yesterday afternoon
traffic, (motor vehicles,
and pedestrians) very orderly
and all going one way. Destina-
tion Queen’s Park to the annual

in Broad Street
found
eyelists

Ce v, 7, gmt,
FR Serre

, -year-old Aviva, from Tel Aviv.
and her husband, Helli), 34, who plays a shepherd's pipe, will sing
She will play with both hands on a drum of

Caub Calling

Sat a

She

on a strap round her shoulders.

“It dates back to the time of Moses,” she said, Married three years
ago. Hellil and Aviva are to make a film in America after their

Special Meeting
SPECIAL Meeting of the
Codrington High School Old

Girls’ Association was held at the

Yacht Club on Tuesday afternoon

at 4.30 o'clock. Chief reason for

the meeting was to elect a new

President as the then

is leaving for

ber 19th. Mrs, C, L. Skinner was
elected in her place.

A vote of thanks was also
moved thanking all those firms

and people who had helped make
their dance at the Crane Hotel
on October 13th a success. The
dance was held in aid of the Vin-
ter Memorial Fund.

Talking Point

Reputation is what men and
women think of us; character is
what God and his angels know
of us.

—Thomas Paine,

Incidental Intelligence

HROUGH this door pass the

most important people in
world—my customers.— No-
tice on a@ small Soho shop.

the



President |
Miss Pat Moore had resigned. She |
England on Decem-}






BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

Theatre ... Hy Beverley Baxter. M.P.

fail bri Passi
4]

lVvir. Forsyth fails to bring out Passion
T} st of / >» was!
Accuracy is the foe of self-expression. ia ne — ne 8 = oa
Imagination is more convincing than truth. pd Pose ahd” See Chases te
Art is in chains when tied to facts. eneral, but he greatly influenced
the thinkers of his time and died}
FORGIVE me if | opem*my theatre review with th th the respect even of his
pronouncements, but after seeing Heloise at the Duke o! a Real "Hide. dan. visi Vaid “dieeies
York's I am once more imp) ssed by the difficulties of writ- even if you will not recognise the)
ing a play based on a real > story. rules. Heloise was given ~
The author, Mr. James Forsyth, “lly & ‘normal woman. Tou oe ie one lesa she
is well known to the indomitable *“e Was woubly altracuve, 10: ae i ed ‘haan. him A great
public who are able to get the * the wve game the ming ana ¥ re in’ ailide'| daha tie tee
Third Programme on their radio Ot merely ime boay expresses '°Ve story ee! historian
sets. Mr. Michael Powell, who Sex. poet, BC PINNED, Ae Cares ei
presents and produces the play, And to Notre Dame comes @"¢ the painter to ¢nsUre its}

has previously shown courage and
high ability by giving us such
films as Red Shoes and The Tales
et Hoffmann, and the warm ap-
plause at the end of the play was
in pert a personal tribute to him,

Let us make the preposterous
Suggestion that Mr, Poweil had
never heard, except vaguely, of
Hléloise and her gentleman friend
Abélard, and that Mr. Forsyth
came to him with the suggestion
of writing a play about. them.
Naturally Mr. Powell would ask
him what the plot was.

“It has everything,” the author
might well reply, Abélard was the
eldest son of a noble Breton hous?,
but chucked it for a scholastic
career, In his wanderings he fell
under the influence of famous
realists, and his whole religious
outlook was altered. Hig motto
resolved itself into ‘Understand
so that you may believe’ rather
than ‘Believe so that you may un-
derstand.’ In fact, he became the
bravest theologian and the most

dering thinker of the eleventh
century.”

Up to this point Mr. Powell
could have been excused for not

seeing much dramatic material in
the story. The eldest son renounce
| ing his wordly estate would be a
food scene in a film with an
|) ancient castle set in vast fields and
loyal retainers wiping away their
tears. But it would be too costly
|) for a short episode in a play.

“And now,” Mr. Forsyth no
}doubt said, “the story switches
to Paris.” This, of course, was
lifferent. Paris—how often it
has been hurled into the breach
to save a play or a _ musical
comedy. Paris! Now we are
getting somewhere.

Within the precincts of Notre
Dame there lived the eminent
Canon Fulbert with his young
and pretty niece Heloise, who
|despite some claims to intellec-
tuality and even a_ gift for
philosophical repartee was basi-



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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Porade, 11,30 a.m.
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Abelard as a scholastic lecturer,

an event that had a profound
influence upon the tninkers of
that time. It also had a pro-

found influence upon the youth-
ful Heloise, who fell hopelessly
in love with him.

The girl's uncle who, like most
wise men was a fool, not only
invited Abelard to be his niece’s
tutor but had him come and live
with them. They fell in love;
she bore Abelard a son, and they
were secretly married which
you will agree is the wrong order
of events. They took their own
house, but when Heloise realised
that her husband’s careér wa
being damaged she openly denied
the marriage and went back to
live with her uncle, thus reduc-

ing the crime of Abelard from
marriage to the minor offence ot
adultery.

Uncle Fulbert, however, was

not only a scholar, but a violent
fellow. Infuriated by the dis-
grace which, had come to his
niece he determined on a savage

revenge. In short he caused
Abelard to be mutilated in a
manner that made certain he
would never egain be troubled
with progeny

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immortality !
Pretty and Intense |
I am afraid that Mr. Forsyth
has been crushed by the weight|
of material in the plot, and has
failed to bring passion . and
beauty to his task. The fault]
lies with him and not with the;
In fact, Miss Siobhan
is pretty and intense|
to give verisimilitude to
famous tale, although 1}
no great liking for actresses |
run petulantly off stage.)
Altogether she gives a tender and
convincing performance,

Mr. Macken

actors.
McKenna
enough
the



cer adds to}





life by convincing us that|
Abelard must have spent a good}
deal of his time in _ Ireland|
although it is not so recorded by|

historians. On the whole it is a}
good performance without reach-|
ing the stars. The play is}
beautifully mounted, the inci-
dental music is full of atmosphere
and I commend Mervyn Johns
and John Byron for their intelli-
gent contribution to the night
WORLD COPYRIGHT
RESERVED
—L.E.S.

& WIRELESS and
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‘ LES or ihe "Week. £00. pan. Ring Up. the} are at your Service
—————_—- a enue ‘ aban Curtain, 10.00 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m
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A eee By Beachcomber — |
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tic speech, (Critic) jewellery, the queues of “gas \ SPECTAL TODA’ wo pm
re: : re? i aT . . “VIGILANTES RETURN” (Cinecolor)

Be rgamotte: Love's but a men” are said to be forming al- { Jon Hall & | PLAZ mae oes
golden needle to thread the ready, | “RUSTLERS ROUNDUP” Kirby Grant | Dial 2310
termagant stars. Vita Brevis mixing a cocktail TAST 2 SHOWS TODAY 145 & 4.20 p.m. (2 New Westerns)

Baron Silvio: And death but a in her boudoir, was yesterday Whip WILSON with Jimmy WAKELY with
a scullion s lullabye to soothe surprised to see a man with a Andy CLYDE in Cannonball TAYLOR in
the witless in the windly corri- miniature gas-meter in his
dors of life. Therefore, I, a greedy button-hole coming in through RANGE LAND BRAND of FEAR
mouse of a poet, seeing that the the window. “Who are you and a
ardent moon is a mere mound of what do you want?” she cried, Opening FRID: 7th 230445 & | Special SAT; 9.30 a.m, & 1.30 p.m,
green cheese will nibble it into “I'm your new gas man,” said Le “Cn “THE MASKED RIDER” &
shape, - Foulenough, “and if you think ; “BRIGHT LEAF” “KID _ From KANSAS

Bergamotte: Your words throng I've come to read any dirty old Mianite Sat. Mth, "Em Cowboy” A rom Kansas
he, ss — and whisper meter you've ot another ‘guess Bud ABBOTT & Lou COSTELLO
there like a gentle drift of dis- coming you.” I The Garden

; ‘ ig to_you. ISTIN e Ge
consolate rain upon the tumbled # r PL AZA ant oem | GAI E Y ST. JAMES
battlements and triple- vaulted ‘Fred, come -in TODAY (Only) 445 & 8.30 p.m. LAST SHOW TONITE 8.30
arch of the sky. )

Baron Silvio: I knock at your
imperial heart. The creaking
postern emits a reek of disestab-
jished dreams, I cannot cling
to the wind, nor cast my in-
domitable anchor in a quagmire
of radiant indifference.

* HY
grow

do so many
beards?” seems to
me about as sensible a question
as “Why do so many artists not
grow beards?” Yet I warrant the
letter will start a controversy
somewhere or other,

An old song says that Barbizon

artists

got its name from the fact that
the Barbizon artists all had
beards like bisons: barbes de
bisons. I believe Millet's studio
is still shown there, but the
Auberge du Grand Veneur
would be more in my line, or
the Atgle Noir at Fontainebleau,
where Queen Victoria once

trod in the footsteps of Cardinal
de Retz.

Vila Brevis and
the gas man
RECENT ruling that a gas

A

man may force his way into

a house will probably lead to a
sudden and startling increase in
the number of “gas men.” In

fact, outside houses inhabited by

out of the heat{”

C .

information

Syria treacle turns grey in the ee

winter” “Lapaland had its Frid, to Sun. Midnite Sat. Joan CRAWFORD in

highest death-rate among rein- 4.45 & 8.30 p.m “Frontier | “THE

deer since 1928,” ete., ete., ete.) 6 COOPER Investigator’ | David BRIAN in
collectors should not miss the meal wy. an oon a ed |

Statement that “the temperature | * wo aay aan |

72 miles above the earth is 308 eT DALLAS | Monte HALE |

degrees above boiling point.” ,

- ? Te a]

The future inhabitants of the \ rary

interplanetary space-islands, or S) : om 9

ports of call for lunar rocket sehen

service No. 38(c), will be able TO

to wear their pitch helmets with
devastating insouciance.

‘Mid the traffic’s proar '
SUET, ESQ., had prepared | 1
an elaborate chart show-

ing, in coloured inks, how the
east-west flow of traffic in
Holborn could be diverted to
Chancery-lane, and then backed

back into Holborn as soon as the
Chancery-
ime had been diverted by back-
or
It was pointed

north-south
’

traffic in

itig it either into
into Fleet-street.
out to him that traffic backing
one Way would meet traffic back-
ing the other, “Then let both
lots stop backing and go straight
forward, as before,” said Suet.
This reply has caused much
comment.

Holborn

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1951





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THURSDAY, DECEMBER



All Aspects Of Educational Work Covere

Al Education-———— —

Conference

The Education Conference,
which is now in session at
Hastings House, headquarters of
the Development and Welfare Or-
ganization, under the chairman-
ship ef Mr. J. L. Nicol, Education
Adviser to the Comptroller, is
dealing with a heavy agenda cov-
ering all aspects of educational
work in the British Caribbean
colonies, and yesterday began its
session at 8.15 a.m.

At the morning sessions on
Monday and Tuesday, the Confer-
ence reviewed the position in re-
gard to the provision of school
places in the various territories.
It noted that in most, if not in all
territories, the rapid increase in
the number of children of school
age combined with the limitation
of public funds presented a serious
problem. It was felt that this pro-
blem was not likely to be golved
without recourse to expedients de-
signed to make the educational
facilities which could be provided
available to a greater number of
school children.

Double Shift

The possibilities of experi-
menting with the double shift
system, with dilution (i.e. in-

creasing the proportion of un-
certificated teachers) and with a
reduction of the length of the
primary course, whether by in-
creasing the age of entry or in
other ways were considered, The
use which might be made of com-
munity effort was also discussed.
The Conference gave attention to
the problem of building costs,
which at present range from £10
a place for open air schools in St.
Vincent to nearly £30 a place for
buildings of traditional design in
some other territories,

On Tuesday morning Professor
Beasley (Economic Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare) addressed the Conference
on the financial aspects of educa-
tional policy and the need to re-
late educational planning to the
financial position and resources of
the territory.

Teacher Training

On Monday afternoon and Tues-
day afternoon the subject of
teacher training was discussed at
length, and the facilities available
in all territories were reviewed.
Special consideration was given to
the problems of the Leeward and
Windward Islands, whose Govern-
ments are particularly handicap-
ped, owing to the limitation of
funds, in providing training of a
suitable standard for a sufficient
number of teachers, It was
thought that it might be possible,
subject to the views of the Gov-
ernments concerned, for the
teacher training colleges in Barba-
dos, British Guiana, Jamaica and
Trinidad to accept some student
teachers from other territories for
training leading to certification.

Yesterday morning, the Con-
ference was addressed on the
subject of school broadcasts by

Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Liaison

Officer for the British Broad-

easting Corporation in the East-

ern Caribbean, who described
what was being done in Eng-
land in this field and the lines
on which he himself was mak-
ing recommendations to the

West Indian Governments in his

sphere of operations. His speech

was followed by a debate in
which the value and potential-
ities of broadcasting to schools
were discuSsed in considerable
detail.

Technical Education

The Conference then considered
technical education. It heard ac-
counts of the facilities provided
in Jamaica, Trinidad and British
Guiana and the plans of certain
governments for the improvement
or extension of existing facilities,

6, 1061





or the introduction of new ones.
Various problems of common in-
terest were discussed and the sub-
ject will be considered further at
@ subsequent session.

The Delegates were entertained
at luncheon at the Marine Hotel
by Mr, Nicol. Sir George Seel,
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare was among other guests
present,

Arrangements have been made
for Major Darlington, Principal
of the British Guiana Technical
Institute, to meet a local commit-
tee for discugsion on the subject
of technical education during his
stay in Barbados

Domtinican Republic
Seizes Guban Sailors

UNITED NATIONS,
New York, Dec. 5

A United Nations spokesman
said that Cuba has informed the
Security Council of the dispute
with the Dominican Republic over
the seizure of the Guatemalan
vessel Quetzal, but this action does
not mean the world arganisation
will step in,

He said that Cuba transmitted
to the Council the text of a com-
plaint filed with the Inter-Amer-
ican Peace Committee in Wash-
ington in compliance with the
Charter Clause that provides that
members should inform the U.N.
of political disputes arising in re-
gional organisations.

The Cuban Minister of State
Aurelianao Sanchez Arango for-
warded the text to the Council’s
President in Paris along with a
note explaining the action taken
within the Inter-American re-
gional system,

The Cuban complaint was based
on the arrest and sentencing by
the Dominican Republic of five
Cuban seamen of the Quetzal’s
crew.—U.P, a





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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

THESE snapshots,
which give you the
measure of Dong's
Man of Destiny, are
a prelude to the
story of his hersic
actions day by day,
week by week.



A diplomatic exchange
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HIS EXCELLENCY THE DING of DONG

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between him and any other ruler, living or dead, is
purely intentional.

Federation Debate
Adjourned Sine Die

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Dec. 5.
THE Legislature today adjourned sine die their debate on

the Federation motion,

after four

other members had

spoken, as the Council will start on Thursday to discuss the
estimates for 1951. At the end of today’s debate—the third
day’s motion before the House asking the Council to accept

Federation in principle and

appoint a Committee of ali

unofficial members to go into The Rance Report, faced

sure defeat.

So far three members, Nichol-
son, Carter and Gonsalves are
supporting the motion, Fer-
nandes is for Federation bui
wholly opposes the Rance re-

rt. Jagan, and Lee are for

eration but only on condition
that the Federal State be given
full dominion status, Six oppos-
ed Roth, Smelly, Fereira, Singh,
Debindin and Luyckhoo.

Of the eight others to speak
three at least will oppose.

Opening the debate today Dr.
Chedi Jagan leader of the leftist
People’s Progressive Party, re-
cently back from a tour of
Britain and the Eastern zone of

Germany said his Party fav-
oured Federation but only on
condition that the Federal state

be given full dominion status.

Jagan moved and Theophilus
Lee seconded the amendment
which called for the appoint-
ment of two representatives
from each colony elected under
Adult Suffrage to form a con-
stituent Assembly to formulate a
mew constitution for a Carib-
bean Dominion but the amend-
ment was considered to be a new
motion and ruled out.

Dismayed
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clared that the was inelined to
the idea of Federation but on
close observation of the set up
proposed so far as British Gui-
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maved,

Referring to the B.G.
tation on the Federal Council
Singh said “I cannot understand
how those men could have set up
a division so unpopular. I am
against it and suggest that what
we could do here is to federate
among themselves and be one
people.”

repre-

Some Secrets

Lee replying to Singh explained
that at first at Montego Bay, West
Indians had suggested jive seats
for B.G., five for Barbados but it
was only after stout fight by Mr.
Wight who has the other observer
that it was agreed to give B.G. six
and reduce Barbados to four but
even Barbados had objected to
bringing up the rear behind B.G.
Lee said foregoing were some of
the secrets behind the scenes in
the discussions at Montego Bay.

Lee opposed strongly the motion
before the House but seconded
Jagan’s proposals in his speech.

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Lee deplored the racial feelings
which were working behind the
scenes far and against Federation

He deplored that East Indians
opposed Federation because they
believed they would become a
minority group and that Africans
were backing Federation because
they felt they would be in the
majority and would thus rule the
Federal State. Captain Pat Fer

réra opposed Federation in tote.
He said nothing new had come to
light since the issue was debated
in 1948 to make him change his
mind that B.G. should not feder-
ate with the W.I

Ferrera mentioned that a big
development is going on in Sur-
inam and B.G.’s eastern neighbour
following self government and
Opined that B.G. needed a greater
measure of self government which
would ensure development, Fed-
eration with the W.!, could not be
beneficial to B.G., he added.



LOVE IS BEING
RUINED

PARIS, Dee. 5

Modern conveniences ruin-
ing love, according to Pierre Gros-
claude, the President of the So
ciety of French poets ‘Not only
does one no longer know love as
literature through the centuries
has described it, but one no longe:
knows it at all.’ Grosclaude told
an audience of attentive lonely
men.

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WASHINGTON,
United States
ssday that it
overseas
1952 crude oil production to mur
than 5,000,000 barrels per day or
ibout nine pe cent, above th
resent level The petroleum at
ministration for Defence said the
would
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Finance Group
Approve
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PARIS,
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Dec, 5
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approved by the Finance Commis
sion of the National Assembly
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Italy and Benelux

Communists alone are in opposi-
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The Finance Groups action as-
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whelming vote of approval when

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‘KOREA |

THE shooting war in Korea is still on but
there are real hopes that an armistice will
be signed before Christmas.

The chances of an armistice would seem
to depend on whether the Chinese wish to
be rid of the Korean drain on its resources
is stronger than Moscow’s wish to keep
American forces tied up in the unpopular
war.

Everyone knows that American forces
and other United Nations troops are only
in Korea to uphold the prestige of the
United At the same time public
opinion in the United States and in the
other countries which are members of the
United Nations, is swinging round to the
belief that Korea cannot be defended in-
definitely.

The opinion is also expressed that the
honour of the United Nations has been
vindicated because aggression has been re-

Nations

pressed in Korea. The American desire for
peace and a cease-fire is well known, What
of the Chinese?

The Korean fighting has tended to focus
attention on Korea, and to blur the Oriental
picture. China today is a Communist coun-
, zy in the initial stages of revolution and
reconstruction. It is suffering from inflation
and internal difficulties ali kinds. It
cannot therefore be interested in perpetu-
ating a major war, especially a war which
is being fought for the interests of the
Kremlin. The United Nations are commit-
ted in any armistice agreement to insist on
the unification and independence of Korea.
But if the Chinese agreed to these terms ,
the United Nations troops would have to
withdraw from Korea.

What effective action could then be
taken to ensure that Chinese objectives
would not be gained by peaceful Commun-
ist infiltration on Czech lines?

Bloodless victories are the least costly
and their value in the collective Commun-
ist propaganda campaign for world power
is inestimable.

The war may end in Korea before Christ-
mas. In the event the prestige of the United
Nations will have been upheld: but unless
open rivalry flares up between Peking and
Moseow the victory will not have gone to
the powers of the Western world.

GERMANY

THE visit of Dr. Adenauer to London is
the first of its kind for 20 years. It is indi-
cative of the real intention of the West to
admit Germany into the partnership of
Western Europe,

But there is no cause for premature re-
joicing. Obstacles still exist to prevent too
clese co-operation between the German
Republic and Western Europe.

In Paris where Dr. Adenauer has been
before his visit to London these obstacles
were not surmounted. Disagreement be-
tween American opinion on one side and
the British and French on the other is
mainly responsible. The Americans who do
not live in Europe are willing to permit the
Germans to manufacture heavy armaments
again. The French and British, who do live
in Europe object. This is the major ob-
stacle but there are others.

It would seem that while Britain and
France want German help in any battle
against Russian imperialism, they want to
be more than 100 per cent certain that Ger-
man arms will never again be used against
themselves.

At the same time Dr. Adenauer has to
consider Germany and is naturally anxious
that Germany’s new status of “sover-
eignty” must precede entry into a Euro-
pean army. The obstacles remain but the
goodwill shown by the visit of Dr. Ade-
nauer to London is an encouragement to all
those who see no peace in Europe without
Germany's admission into the comity of
Western nations.

of





Points from Letters:



Politics vs Economics
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—At a meeting in St. George recently
one of the candidates told his hearers that
if this island could be rid of the plantation
owners and the planters, they, the mem-
bers of the Labour Party could carry on
the estates and that the island would be
producing the same cane and sugar to pay
for the services. He would have liked to
put these people (meaning the owners and
planters) on the Lord Combermere and Ida
and put them to sea.

I should like to refer your readers to the
number of plantations now bought by the
Panama Company in this island and which
are not now in the hands of the planters.
Anyone who knew them and saw their con-
dition before would be able to compare
their production with the past ownership

and that of today.









I sugge now that if the members of the
Labour Party can do well with plantations
d can make plantation owners give away
much of their pr Ss, they take over the
anar estates, run then rove them, and
ri t r idealism of givi one step farther

the profits to th worket

en ¢ It uK |
CON ) SI I



(By LORD BALFOUR)



|
|
|
|
|





Parliamentary Under-Secretary of
Stu for Air 1938—4,

Resident in West Africa, 1944—45
The most powerful single man

}
|in the world will be seventy-two

|next month.

| There are rumours — as there
| have been for years past — that
|Marshal Stalin’s health is fail-
ing.

| None outside the Kremlin
inner ring can know how true
these stories are, but when he
dies, as even the greatest do at
some time, two immediate ques-
tions will arise: —

1. WHAT IS GOING
HAPPEN INSIDE RUSSIA?

2, WHAT EFFECT WILL HIS
DEATH HAVE ON WORLD
POLITICS, ON THE THREAT
OF WAR, ON THE UNIVER-
SAL WISH FOR PEACE’
As to the first, can the iron
jrule of two successive dictators,
{Lenin and his disciple Stalin, be

TO

leontinued by a_ third seizing
|absolute power from his fellow
| commissars?

Will the ‘rising

| generation of com-

missars band to-
gether in some
form of agreement

on the future gov-
ernment of Russia?
Or will factions
arise over that
control which is
vital at the centre
if a Communist
régime is not to
disintegrate?
Memories

WE know so little
high politics in
country. Little



of

that out,

comes
and what does is fragmentary.

One has memories of Molo-
| tov voicing good will in gay con-
versation with British visitors
to Moscow. Of Vishinsky one-
time Public Prosecutor and now
Foreign Minister, clapping his
visitors on the back in pleasure
lat an agreement reached with
Britain’s representatives.
Remember Molotov’s “No, no”
policy and Vishinsky’s insults
hurled at British and Western
diplomats? What can one say of
contradictions like these? Who
can prophesy what will happen
in mysterious Russia at Stalin’s
death?

Errors Of The Past

please, from our
Russia.

military,
in the

Russian

Protect us,
past errors on

I remember
and air experts
years deriding
and strength.

And even when I
from Moscow in the
1941 as a member of the first
British Government war mission
to Moscow, if I had been a bet-
ting man wanting to wager I
could have got long odds against
my conviction that the Germans
would never beat Russia.

When we reckon the load of
suspicion, distrust, and duplicity,
and the terrible burden’ of
rearmament that Russia’s post-
war policy has imposed on the
British and Western Powers,
remember also another side of the
balance-sheet,

Russian forces fought bravely
against the common enemy.

When we condemn — and
rightly—the stubborn and need-
less support of aggression and
linsurrection in Asia, remember
also the epic of Stalingrad.

naval,
1938—41
power

returned
autumn of



Kremlin Banquet

| All this has happened under
Stalin. q
It is still Stalin in the Kremlin.
What sort of man is he?
| My closest view was at the
}Kremlin banquet in honour of
the British wartime mission
headed by Lord Beaverbrook.
With the authority of our
Government we had _ offered
Stalin. more aeroplanes, more
material supplies, more naval
help than the Service chiefs in
| Whitehall wished to see leave
Britain. Every Hurricane, tank
and gun was important, The
|Middle East was calling for more

and more.

| With characteristic sweep of
vision Mr, Churchill gave the
leader of our mission power to

‘

EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE)
SIX-GUINEA book telling
the story of Blenheim Palace,
home of the DUKE OF MARL-
| BOROUGH, has been withdrawn
| by the publishers
It should have been published
}last week. Now it will not appear
until March, The first 500 copies
are being scrapped because of a
‘technical error in printing.

* °
| ‘The book took author DAVID
GREEN four years to write, While
working on it he assisted the Duke
in showing visitors round the
Palace on the first day it was open
to the public.

“I lost my voice”, he says. “A
baby was left crying in the hall
for two hours and at the end of
it all I found the Duke tired out
|} slumped in an antique hooded
} chair.”
| It was planned to send MR.
|} CHURCHILL, grandson of the
seventh Duke, 2 copy of the book
for his birthday. “But I'm afraid
he will have to wait now,” sighs
Green.

The King’s Walks
| (HE KING will soon be leaving
Buckingham Palace for con-
velescence, He now walks regu-
larly in the grounds, often arm-

jin-arm with THE QUEEN.
The Queen spends much time
ardening, the other day she was

{out for am hour in the rain,
Prince Paul, The Royal Host

(By





poe me the most interesting
person in PRINCESS MAR-

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m re ! t P. was
PRINCI PAUI OF

It GOSLAVIA

“Never have I



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BARBADOS fap ADVOGATE | The ‘Other Side’ Of The Grim Dictator _

A NIGHT OUT
WITH STALIN.

make these generous offers to
Russia.

They were spurned and rejec-
ted by Stalin and his chorus of
commissars. There was not even
a touch of gratitude in refusal.



At 3.30 in the afternoon negotia-
tions had broken down.

It Was No Use Bluffing

At 7 p.m. the final inter-
view between Stalin, Lord
Beaverbrook, and Mr. Harriman,
Roosevelt's special envoy. The
Pritish leader announced that the
mission would be leaving the
next day; that nothing more
could be done; that the best had
been oifered,

Stalin turned 180
word and expression

He saw that here was no

blufling, and that bluff from

him would serve no purpose.

Gratetully, the British offer

was accepted.

came

degrees in

Then came an invitation to dine
at the Kremlin, Stalin asked
how many were in the party. He




seen eyes that
to impart such power.”









was told about 40. “Bring them
all!” was the reply

So back to the tional Hotel
went out the message:

“Boys, you’re dining at the

Kremlin tonight. If you have al-
ready eaten, you are going to eat

again! If you are cating, better
stop, because you are going to
eat again! If you have not eaten

—then don’t! For it’s the Kremlin
for all tonight.”

About 11 o’clock that night
drove through the Kremlin gates

we

in a Russian car with the
O.G.P.U. guard who slept outside
my room.

The great ornate reception hall
was banked with such fresh hot-
house flowers as I have never
seen before or since,

Entrance of A Dictator

SUDDENLY from the far end
of the room I saw approaching
a short, upright figure walking
with hands clasped behind his
back. It was Stalin, in grey
tunic buttoned up at the neck,
baggy trousers to below the knee,
where they met soft leather
Russian boots.

No decorations,
medals.

Yet the dictator's
far more effective
alone, followed closely
missars Mikoyan and
than the usual pomp
flags and A.D.C.’s.

When 1 saw this little figure
coming forward I wondered what
it was about him that struck mae
most. A drooping dark mous-
tache, shot with grey, short al-
most crew-cut hair of the same
colour, with interweaving of grey.

Then I looked at the eyes

Never have I seen eyes that
seemed to impart such power.

A kindly, almost fatherly smile

no ribbons, no

entry was
he walked
by Com-
Molotov,
of bands,

as





played on his face as he shook
our hands. ee
Then to dinner, On-one side
of me was Marshal Voroshilov
and beyond Sir Staffard Cripps
(then our Ambassador in Mos-
cow) On my other side was

Shakurin, Commissar for Aircraft
Production,

Vodka—then more vodka, until
I saw Shakurin tippling with the
water carafe, leaving me to the
real work of drinking vodka. I
called his attention to this little
deception, but he seemed to think
it just fun to try to get an unfair
drinking advantage over a Briton.

We Toasted Each Other

STALIN, with an interpreter at
his side, carried on brisk con-
versation that ranged from the
place of newspapers in British
public life to the habits and cus-






A ‘Hitech’ Holds Up Book

jalleged by parents.

About The Churehills |

His wife, PRINCESS OLG
the sister of the DUCHES
KENT. She has always been great
friends with Olga and her other
sister COUNTESS ‘TOERRING,
wife of a wealthy Bavarian, who
lives in Munich





Prince Paul was the subject of
much controversy during the war.
In 1940 he was Regent for KING
PETER, and was held responsible
for his country signing a pact with
the Axis.

He was overthrown by the
patriots. King Peter came _ to
Britain, but his uncle spent most
of the rest of the war in Kenya





at the’ expense of the British
Government.
Afterwards he went to South
Africa
ACTING as host to Princess
Margaret is a big step forward in
his rehabilitation in royal circles.
I Remember
OW much of your life can
you remember?
Debutante EDWINA DE
WINTON WILLS recalls: “When

I was four Daddy came into the
a new

nursery and demonstrated
unbreakable tea set
“He threw





two cups
ceiling, where they broke
pieces I shall
the look on his face.”

His Friend Michael
{% remembranc¢ f n old
friend, the DUKE OF EDIN-
PRURGI t ek the
; ‘
H
+

MICHAEI RENNIE,



toms of Cabinét: Ministers and|
officials. :

One very senior Russian officer
got extra gay with vodka, fol-
lowed by Russian champagne and
Caucasian white wine. |

‘TELL ME,” SAID STALIN,
“DO YOUR GENERALS GET

DRUNK? MINE DO!!” |
A dinner of endless courses,
many wines served perfectly. |
Came the speeches. There
were about 30, but, unlike our
after-dinner speeches, not one

lasted more than three minutes. |
Stalin gave the first toast, wel-!
coming his visitors in the warm-

est terms of friendship. Second}
was to the Allied armies. His}
last was on tha importance of oil}

modern warfare.
Toasts were drunk to the
mutual success of our forces. To}
me fell the lot _of proposing the
Red Air Force, *

I spoke what I hope
appropriate words; these

in

wert
were





nT

S’SH_-JUST A

WHISPER
AT DINNER

By R. M. MacCOLL
NEW YORK.

It was turkey, turkey all the way across
America as families celebrdted Thanks-
giving.*

And down in sub-tropical Key West, Flor-
ida, the President’s dinner table in the

|“Winter White House” was no exception.

But stay, who is this engaging Mr. Truman
animated conversation with many a
hearty quip across the turkey and all the
“fixins” ?
None other than Chief Justice Fred Vin-
son, of the U.S. Supreme Court.

In

confidence and is thought to be the Presi-

|dent’s choice to step into his shoes if he

decides not to run again for the Presidency



translated into Russian.
As I sat down I}
heard Sir Stafford}
Cripps calling, “Bal-|
four! Balfour!” i}
leaned forward to ask |
what it was I had
forgotten, or what}
Russian social error}
I had unwittingly |
committed.



i} Then I saw Stalin |
had left his chair and}
was walking towards |
my place, I stood up}
and turned towards}
x him. He held his}
out to mine. Together we |
to the airmen of our two

seemed

glass
drank
nations,

}

In front
special
sian

of him
individual
champagne

Stalin had a
bottle of Rus-
on the top of
which he placed a_ wineglass.
Through an interpreter he ex-
plained that it was to keep the
gas in. He laughed loudly when
the interpreter translated some
light suggestion on our part that
it was really to keep the poison
out!

Towards the end of the dinnex
there was an air raid. A bomt
dropped and we felt the building}
shake, but there was no pause in|
the proceedings,

|

Now for Cinema

ABOvuUT two in the morning |
sumeone announced tnat Stalin|
hoped everyone was having a

good ume,

Next door was a cinema, ana
Stalin (never Marshal, General-
issimo, or Premier; aiways just
plein Stalin) hoped we shoula
enjoy the special show he had
laid on,

He apologised for the poverty

of the cinema, but said it was the
best he could doin the Kremlin.
1 found a comfortable armchair
and a waiter put a bottle of
champagne in front of me.
Stalin also announced that
gentiemen’s washrooms would
found next door to the
This seemed considerate,

the
be
cinema.

The film show started with a
Mickey Mouse. Russian faces
searcely smiled. Then came the
big picture, a display of the|
might of the Russian armies,
the theme being an attack by

Germany through Russia’s West-
ern frontier,

A Hope for the World |

THAT night Stalin spoke of|
the post-war world and how Rus-
sia and the West could live be-}
side each other in peace even
if they pursued different political
ideologies.

Looking back, what a tragedy
it is that Russia by her post-war
policy should have destroyed the
wealth of good will.

Now in sight of his seventy-
second birthday, ts it too much
to. hope that Stalin may respond
once more to direct approach
and invitation from the man he
learned to respect and admire? |

If our Prime Minister thinks}
the chance worth while surely
every one of us will wish Mr.

Churchill well on a mission with

world peace as the prize,
Will Stalin let it come about?|
—L.E.S.

|
|
|
|

the vicar, the REV. MAXWELL
RENNIE.

When the Duke was at Gordon-
stoun School, Morayshire, in 1937,
he shared a study with Michael.
They became friends. Michael
went to Oxford and studied for
the Church. He died when the
City of Benares, carrying evacuee
children to America, was _ tor-
pedoed in 1940,

Sir Stephen’s Apple
IR STEPHEN TALLENTS be-!
lieves he has in his garden a
descendant of the apple tree which
helped SIR ISAAC NEWTON to)
discover the law of gravity.
The original tree died but parts}
of it were regrafted on to other |
trees at a Kent fruit research
station, one of which came to Sir}
Stephen. |
‘Roses’ Of Italy
F four chosen to represent|
British beauty on a fashion}
tour of Australia in January, |
two, VISCOUNTESS BOYLE and
LAURA PARNELL, are Italians.
Undeterred, however, Austra-
lian photographer ALEC MUR-
RAY says: “They are as lovely
as English roses.”
Prunella 1951
~ TILL a vital, lovely woman, 35-
. year-old PRUNELLA STACK, |









Pritain’s Perfect Girl of the!
thirties, has just returned to South
\frica.

She had bee attending the
wenty-first birthday in London

the Women’s League of Health

Beauty
['WICE P

—L.E.S.

next year.

£35,700 PUZZLE

MRS. HETTY WILKS, lonely millionaire
daughter of Hetty Green. “The Witch of
Wall-street,” is having no better luck in
death than in life.

After the lukewarm reception of her mil-
lion-dollar (£357,000) bequest to the church
at Hyde Park, New York comes the comment
of 85-year-old Henry Loomis, of Rochester,
New York, a distant relative, who was left
$100,000 (£35,700) : “What can I do with it ?
I am too old to enjoy it.”

TARGET—SCHOOL

CRITICISM of American education is
growing more frequent, but it falls to wasp-
tongued Dr. Robert Hutchins former Chan-

duce the most caustic comment to date.

He says: “All we can say of American
education is that it is a colossal housing pro-
ject, designed to keep young people out of

| worse places until they are ready to go to

work.”

TOUGH ALL THE WAY

THE NAME was Blodgett.
~and originally was, The Blodgetts came
over in the 17th century. In July 1860 John
Blodgett was born, in Osceola County, Mich-
igan. He was the tough son of tough father
Delos Blodgett, who had pioneered his way
west from New ‘England, and founded a
fortune in the tough trade of lumber.

John followed his old man’s footsteps.
Quick with his fists, rasping of tongue, he
left school at 18 and went to work at Mus-
kegon.

He inherited five millions from his father
—and kept right on adding to it. Later, like
so many others of America’s rich men, he
gave huge sums away.

Now, in Grand Rapids, aged 91, tough
lumberman John has gone to join his fore-
bears.

WALKING THE DOG

MRS. LEE BRONTE, operator of a Los
Angeles beauty shop, was awarded custody
of the family’s cocker spaniel, Negra, when
she got a divorce from husband Seymour.
But the judge ordered that Mr. B. be given
“reasonable rights of visitation,’ so far as
Negra is concerned, and should be allowed
to take her for walks at the week-end.

ARE COMICS BAD?
AT EAST LANSING, Michigan, a college
don, Dr. Morton Malter, has just spent six
months reading—strictly in line of duty—a

|}series of children’s comic books.

This 10,440-page-long task was undertaken
in an effort to see whether they really do
have an evil effect on junior, as is frequently

The doctor’s verdict: “They are not so
bad.”

HE FOUND OUT
THE G-MEN started the trend when they
planted their agents, acting as good Com-
munists, in Red cells. A few weeks ago a
fresh-faced youngster enrolled in the high
school at Wichita Falls, Texas. Now five
men, two women and four of the new boy’s

| fellow-students have been arrested—charged

with running a drug-selling racket, And
the new boy has left school to resume his
youthful career as an anti-drugs agent.

FLYING DOLLARS
IT’S OFFICIAL. The Government's top
Statisticians down in Washington, after some
close calculation, say that the dollar is worth,

|compared with the 1935-1939 period, just

53.7 cents.

HAVE A BANANA
AS THOUGH there were

trouble already on the brawling Brooklyn
waterfront, half a dozen monkeys have got

not enough}



And political pundits are excited at this |
because Vinson enjoys Truman’s complete |

|cellor of the University of Chicago, to pro- |

Sounds British |





loose and are charging all over the place. |
Scores of sailors, longshoremen, police, and|

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals officials

are pursuing them with poles, nets, ropes, |

and other impedimenta. So far only one

has been captured—when a ten-year-old boy |

offered it a banana.

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER







6,

1951

More Cattle of High
Standard at Exhibition

@ From Page 1
almost as soon a
ed but as
creased
crowd

the gates open
wore on it
and evening saw a large
moving itself in all direc-
tions through the Park.

The Show ends today and
Excellency the Governor will
present the Cups and Special
Prizes to the several winners.

There will be a Saddle Horse
Show at 12.30 p.m., a Parade of
Prize winners at 1.00 p.m. and a
Gymkhana.

Geats and Sheep

There were over 100 exhibits in
this section which showed an im-
provement over last year’s. In the
sheep section, outstanding exhib-

the day

in-

His

its were sent in by Mr. Guy Mar-
shall of Clifton, St. Thomas who
secured the most prizes in the



sheep section with the Wiltshire
Black Billy Cross predominating.
Mr. Wilkie of Cottage, St, John
and Dr. Kenneth Nicholls of St.
Philip.

In the Goat section, Mr. C. S
McKenzie of Bay Street received
the most prizes, but the Cup for

the best exhibit in this section @vas
won by Mr. Arthur King of Eagle

Hall while Mr, Guy Marshall
carried off the one for the most
outstanding exhibit in the Sheep

section.

A Cup for the best exhibit in
the peasants class was won by Mr.
Blackett while Mr. Archie King
carried off the Cup for graded
milch goats with only one litter
of kids.

Graded doe kids
the best exhibits in number and
quality and Mr. H. Taitt won the
first prize and Cup for the best
kid, bred, reared and owned by
the exhibitor.

Better Breeding

The improvement in the breed

ing of goats was due to the cross-

were among

ing with the imported Alpine
strain. All exhibits, even those
which did not show ~ condition,

were of good quality

If the process of inter-breeding
is continued, it will do much to
relieve the strain when people of

the middle and lower income
groups would find it difficult to
secure sufficient milk to supply

their families.

Another satisfying aspect is that
the milk produced from these
animals help to raise the nutri-
tional standard of supplying nec-

essary vitamins for young chil-
dren.

The improvement in the Sheep
section was largely due to con-

centrated care. If it were possible
to find sufficient pasturage in Bar-
bados, there every likelihood
that mutton from this source
could be supplied satisfy the
local market.
Cattle

It was a happy thought which
induced the Exhibition Committee
to remove the cattle pens from the
centre of Queen’s Park to the out-
skirts where the animals could be

is

to

sheltered from the heat of the
sun,
The suggestion seemed to be

warranted more so by the extreme-
ly good collection of animals
which were sent to the show.

Many of the prizes in this sec-
tion were carried off by the ex-
hibitors of pure bred holsteins,

Dr. Manning as usual, triumph-
ed with his Jerseys among the
other Classes, while Mr, FE, C. Hill
of Holborn, Fontabelle, carried
off the first prize for the best Milch
cow bred in Barbados with his
Grade Ayrshire.

The peasants and dairy keepers
produced a fine collection and the



number of bulls sent in was the
best for many years. Mr, J. W.
Smith of Rouen, maintained

supremacy for pure bred holsteins
with Bulkeley Ltd., carrying off
second place honours.

The Government produced, not
for competition, another fine col-
lection of animals from the Pine
Livestock Station which included
the Friesian Bergate Hilarious
weighing 2,267 lbs. and Guernsey
Lord Richmond seven years old
and weighing 1,815 Ibs.

Sugar and Syrup

There were several exhibits of

cane sugar and cane syrup. In
the sugar division, Andrews Fac-
tory, St. Joseph, carried off the
first prize for dark crystal sugar
Edgecumbe, St. Philip took the
first prize for clear straw sugar
and Sandy Lane, St. James for
yellow grocery sugar. In the cane
syrup section Sandy Lane and
Cliff, St. John got first prize.

Rum and Falernum

The rum and falernum exhibits
appeared to be up to the usual
standard.





In the rum section, the standing exhibit and

West India the
Ltd.,
Ltd., got
falernum

and Mar-

also cat

Rum Refinery,
Renown Manufacturing Co.,
ind A, B, Kinch & Co
first prizes, and in the
division Ince & Co., Ltd.,
tin Doorly & Co., Ltd.,
ried off first prizes.
Dogs

It was pleasing to see the num-
ber of entrants in the~Alsatian
Class but there is still plenty of
room for improvement in the other
classes,

Mr. John Bladon’s five-year-old
white Bull Terrier “Terrible Turk”
was selected the best exhibit of
the show. “Terrible Turk”, whose
hobby is fighting also won firat
prize for being the best dog in
the “Any other variety” class.
Second was Mr. Ian Gale’s Boxer
nd third Mr. DeL. Dear’s Stat-
fordshire Bull Terrier.

Mrs. J. H, Wilkinson’s “Nikkie”
was awarded first prize for being

the best puppy of the show, Sec-
ond was Mr. D. W. Wiles’ “Susan”.
Mrs. Wilkinson's terrier also won

first ‘prize for being the best Fox



Terrier, Second was Mr. Gerald
Wood's smooth black and white
terrier, '

Susan” owned by Mr, D, W.
Wiles, was selected the best Alsa-
tian. Second was Mr, J, Alleyne’s
“Sally Susan’s” aunt, and third
Dr. K. Nicholl’s “Thor,”

Miss Betty Griffith with “Judy”
carried off honours in the Scottish
Terrier class.

Second was Mr. B. W. Stoute’s.

The best bitch on show was Mr,
Wiles’ “Susan” which also carried



off first prize for being the best
locally bred dog.
Mrs, C. G. Manning won _ first

and third prizes for Cocker Span-
iels and Mrs, K. Feldman first
and second prizes for Dachshunds,

Of the special prizes Mr, Wiles
won two, Mrs. Wilkinson one and

Mr, Bladon two.
AGRICULTURE
Sugar Cane
The exhibits in this section
were fewer and not up to last
year’s standard. Turners Hall
Plantation carried off four first

prizes and was awarded a special
prize for the highest number of
points—76,

The most outstanding
was large ratoon_ stool of
B, 43 submitted by Mt. Pleas-
ant Plantation with 131 canes,

Mt. Pleasant was also runner up
in this section with 54 points while
Mt. Wilton came third with 26
points.

In the peasant section, there was
another outstanding exhibit, a
bunch of canes A.O.V. B. 34104
which was sent in by James Young
of Black Rock. He was awarded
first prize for this exhibit.

Field Vegetables

The number of exhibits were
very few in comparison wich past
years, but the quality was reason-
ably good, The exhibits of pump-
kins and vegetable marrow were
poor. ‘There was only one basket
of maize and the eddoes sent in
were not up to standard. Yams
also were few in number, This
was expected due to the late
reaping of the crop and the fact

exhibit

a



that they were planted two to
three months later than usual.
Castle Grant however carried off
the Silver Challenge Plate pre-
sented by the Canadian Bank of
Commerce for the highest num-
ber of points in this section, a

special prize of $10.00 presented
by the Agricultural Society for
the highest number of points in
variety and quality of exhibits,
and also the first prize for Caro-
line Lee potatoes, one of the most

outstanding exhibits in this
section,
Fruit
The exhibits were better in

quality and number than last year.
Outstanding among them was a
basket of shaddock sent in by Mrs,
Chandler of Todds for which she
was awarded first prize.

Another outstanding exhibit was
a basket of lemons subn..itted by
S. Mayhew of Fitts Village, St.
James. For this he also received
a special prize.

Exhibits of bananas and plan-
tains were good. Ruth Bovell of
Chapman's Village, St. Thomas,
carried off first prize for the best
exhibit of bananas while Castle
Grant got a similar prize for the
best bunch of plantains in addition
to four other first prizes in this
secuion,

Garden Vegetables

On the whole the exhibits were
quite satisfactory in view of the
rather heavy weather. The
christophine was quite an out-
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TOP LEFT—Mr. Guy Marshall's Wiltshire Ewe, “Ronda II” which won the De Lima Oup for the best
exhibit in the Sheep class and also the special prize for the best bred ewe as well as a first prize for the

best bred ewe, two teeth and over.

TOP RIGHT—Mr, Archie King’s “Minnie Ha-Ha", winner of two silver challenge cups yesterday: one
for the best goat on show and the other for the goat giving the most milk.
BOTTOM LEFT—Mr. E. C. Hill’s Grade Ayrshire which won the Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best

Milch Cow bred in Barbados.

BOTTOM RIGHT—Fox Terrier “Nikki”, owned by Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson won the prize for being the

best puppy of the Show.

green beans, green eschalot and
letiuce were quite up to standard.

Tomatoes were poorly repre-
sented, and there were three or
four baskets of cauliflower and

some excellent head lettuce of the
green mignonette variety.

The exhibits of peppers were
good while the beets and carro’s
were of fair standard. There was
however a_ notable’ absence of
cabbage.

Furniture

The furniture section was again

up to a good standard and it was

very noticeable that all the
pieces with a single exception
conformed to modern design.

The structure was light for the
most part and so was the colour-
ing.

Judging was somewhat diffi-
cult because the workmanship
and finish of the exhibits were
of a high standard. In a few
cases exhibitors experimented
with several of the standard de-
signs with appreciable effect.



Greater care seemed to have
been exercised in the selection
of wood, even though in some

instances the eye of the layman
could detect unevenness of some
of the surfaces. There was a
better collection of dining tables
than thad been seen for some
years, Of the five exhibits Mr.
Hugh Walcott of Chelsea Road,
carried off the first and second
prizes. Along with the first prize
he was the winner of a special
prize for the best polished piece
of furniture. This was presented
by Messrs Stokes & Bynoe, repre-
sentatives of Messrs G, Sonne-
born & Co., London, manufac-
turers for Jaxa Polish.

Mr. George Harris who
hibited three wardrobes got a
first and second prize, Mr, Wal-
cott and he carried off quite a
few other prizes and were the
most successful exhibitors tak-
ing part in the section.

Swine

There was a fairly large num-
ber of exhibits in this section
and of a good standard. They
included a group of large whites



ex-

—a collection probably never
before seen at a show in this
country. They are owned by Mr.
G. Marshall.

The breed seemed to have
displaced, as far as the show
was concerned, the _ Berkshire.
Mr. Marshall also exhibited one
sow for which he got a _ first
prize, reputed to weigh 700 Ibs.
She has only had one litter. This
sow was in the class 2 years
and under 4 years.

Among other successful com-

petitors were Mr. Garfield Lynch
of Greaves Land, Black Rock,
and Mr. Austin Layne of Brit-
tons Hill, who each got a first
prize for a boar. Austin Layne
also won a first prize and a spe-
cial prize for the best sow in the
class one and under two
ye ,
Pigeon and Poultry Sections

The pigeon section was well
represented. The imported utili-




year







ties, Silver Kings, Jay Hawk
Kings, and Blue Kings were ex-
cellent exhibits, and a great im-



provement oVer any of these
birds that have been exhibited
in recent years. In the Homer

class there were also some good
exhibits. The Fancy pigeons had
a good representation with the
Modenas as being the greater in
numbers.

In the Poultry section the
Rhode Island Reds were outstand-
ing, Mr. Harold Marshall of York-
shire, Christ Church, being first
with pullets and Mr. Gerald King
of Pine Hill winning a first prize
with a fine cockerel which also
won the cup for the best exhibit
on show.’ The Plymouth Rocks
were plentiful and showed good
promise.

Among the Game birds there
were some very fine exhibits.
The leghorn entry was one of the
largest for many years. In this
class there were also some good
birds. The young turkeys were
poor and not in good condition
probably due to heavy rain,

Rabbits were not up to their
usual standard:

The duck entries
disappointing. There being only
two single entries and one pen.

Arts and Handicrafts

In the section for models and
toys the exhibits although fewer
were of a higher standard than
last year, except for the dolls
which did not come up to the
standard of last year.





SUGAR CHANGE

IN the sugar and molasses
section there was a new
change instituted this year.
The straw crystals replaced
the white granulated. The
exhibits were of good qual-
ity and considering that this
sugar will be used largely
for household purposes the
Committee is to be con-
gratulated.

In the section for Clear
Crystals Edgecumbe carried
off first prize and in that for
Yellow Crystals Sandy Lane
carried off the first. Warrens
took second and Searles in
both sections. Andrews won
the first for Dark Crystals
with Lower Estate second
and Pool third,



A model of a bungalow, com-
plete with electric light fittings,
which was sent in by Brvan
Goodridge of Deacons Road
recommended for a special prize

Another exhibit beautifully tin-
ished, was a model of the Har-
rison Liner, S.S, Trader.

An architect’s model of a build-
ing, along with the scale,
awarded First Prize. This was sent
in by George Skeete of Codring-
ton and was the first of its kind
exhibited for many years

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Maurice Foster of Hastings car-
ried off three prizes with his
sculptures. One was a First Prize
for a sculpture in soap, a second
for one in wood and another sec-
ond for one in clay.

Most of the sea shell items were
sent in by Ada Ellis. Exhibits in-

cluded sprays, figures and
brooches, There were only two
lamp shades on show and both

were submitted by Mrs. Hollinsed,
The smaller one won a first prize.

Oscar Walkes, with his water
colour picture, “Calypso Singers,”
won first prize for the best com-
position,

Needlecraft

Exhibits in this division showed
an improvement in all lines. Be-
sides being more exhibits than
previous years, they were of a
better quality.

This improvement was most ob-
vious in the embroidery section.
The judges are hoping that com-





petitors will keep up this high
standard.
There were many beautifully

knitted articles on display and a
good variety of baby booties.
Pictoral Photography

Mr, R. W. Bell was awarded
first prize for his photograph of a
waterfront worker holding the
anchor of the M.V. Athelbrook,
He takes the Perpetual Challenge
Cup from Mr, J. H. Peacock who
won it in 1949 and again in 1950,
Mr, Bell also won second prize
for a photograph of fishermen
hauling up a fishing boat at one
of the local beaches and third
prize for a picture of an old plan-
tation. There were six Merit
Awards, Three went to Mr. Bell
and the remaining three to Mr.
Jerry Lomer.

Fifty-four pictures were hung.
The standard of the prints show-
ed much improvement over last
year, Because of this the judges
were faced wtih a difficult job in
selecting those to be hung.

Dairy and Food Products

Viola Degazon of Pinfold Street
retains the honour of giving the

best Icing Display. She was
awarded First Prize for ter
Icing Display of “A Basket of
Flowers”. Last year she won
with “The Hat”. She also won
the second prize with “The Old
j}Lady Living in the Shoe.”

A special prize was awarded to



|M. Woodwards of § Patricks
|School with “Barbados”, This
|}showed the lighthouses around
|the island

| Purity Bakery won nearly all
jthe prizes for bread, They car-

| ried off First prizes for butter
wheat meal, plain
|sweet, machine sweet and Fan-
}ey sweet. Ince & Co, got a First
| Prize for Plain Sweet and J. &

|R. Bakeries, First prize for the
best mixed cakes.

There was also a very good
display of flours, starches and

pickles,
Preserved Fruits and Jellies
Mrs. H. McChelery of Beckles
Road was very successful with
her dried winds. She got first
prize for dried shaddock rind,
another first for orange rind
and third for grapefruit rind.
In this section a large number
of exhibits were submitted. First
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Yvonne Powers of the Govern-
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awarded First Prize for Pink
Shaddock marmalade.

Manufactured and
Miscellaneous Articles
The exhibits in this section
were of a very high standard
but unfortunately hats and shoes
items which some patrons want-
ed to inspect closely, were lock-

ed away in showcases, In the
‘tinsmith section Wilbert Gran-
num of Redmans Land, Good-
land, was awarded First Prize
for an oven.

The best articles in leather
were sent in by Christopher
Harewood. He got First Prize

for wallets.

Other articles of a high stand-
rd in this section were mats,
baskets, pottery, and an arma-
ture testing unit. This unit was
sent in by Randolph Maxwell of
the Barbados Evening Institute
and won for him a First Prize

PRIZE LIST

HORTICULTURE



Class 1 — Cut Flowers
Anthurium, Pink, Single Specimen
Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Anthurium, Pink, Single Specime:

(Hybrid any Colour) Mrs r Hunte
Anthurium, Hybrid, Variegated, Single
Specimen Mrs, F. Hunte
Anthuriums, Three Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs, Bovell
Antirrhinum, Single Specimen-—-Beres
ford Nurse,
Begonia, Single Specimen Mrs. J

W. Chandler

Begonias, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. O'Neale

Bougainvillia, Single Specinen Mrs
Conduit

Bougainvillia, 3 Specimens, all diver

ent Victor Masson

Buddelia, Single Specimen Mrs, J
W. Chandler

Canna, Single Specimen Mrs. Feld
man

Chrysanthemum, Single Specimen
Mrs. M. Hewitt

Dahlia, Single Specimen Mrs
Parkinson

Dahlias, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, Lee

Dahlias, 6 Specimens, all different
Mrs. Lee

Dianthus, Single Specimen Mr
Lord

Dianthus, Cluster, Single Specimen
Mr, N. Leacock

Dianthus, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. N. Leacock

Geranium, Single Specimen Mrs, J
W. Chandler
Geraniums, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, J, W. Chandler

Gerbera, Single, Single Specimen
Mrs. Cole

Gerbera, Single, 3 Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs. B, Conduit

Gerbera, Double, Single Specimen
Mrs. B. Conduit

Gladioli, Single Specimen Mrs
Lord,

Hybiseus, 3 Specimens, all different
Victor Marcen

Ixora, Single Specimen Mrs. Yard
Ixora, 3 Specimens, all different Mr

Yard

(a) Lilies (Amaryllis) Single Specimen
Mrs, 8S. Gittens
tc) Lilies (EB
Mrs. J. W
(d) Lilies
Marline D. Hewitt
Marigold, African,
Mrs. F. Hutson
Pentas, Single
Hawkins,

Rose, Hybrid Perpetuals
men Mrs. Lord

Roses, Hybrid Perpetuals, 3 Specimens,
all different Government House



harist)
Chandler
{(A.O.V.)

Single



Specimen
Single Specimen
Single Specimen

Specimen Mry. D

Single Speci






Roses, Hybrid Perpetuals, Collection
H. N. Leacock,

Rose, Tea, Single Specimen GA
Fitzgerald

Rose, Tea, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, R, Feldman

Rose, Hybrid Tea, Single Specimen
Mrs, H, Cole

Roses, Hybrid Tea, 3 Specimens, all
different Mrs, 8, Clarke

Rose, Polyantha, Single Specimen
V. Marsen

Rose, Hybrid Polyantha, Single Speci
men Mrs, H. Bovell

Salvia, Single Specimen Mrs, Frank
Hutson

Salvia, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, J. W, Chandler

Sunflower, (Cut and Come Again)
Miss 8S. E. Arthur

Zinnia, Miniature, Single Specimen
Mrs. J. W. Chandler

Zinnia, Miniature, 3 Specimens, all
different Miss E. Shepherd |
Zinnia, Miniature, 6 Specimens, all
different Miss E, Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., single Specimen—Miss
E. Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., 3 Specimens, all dif
ferent Miss BE. Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., 6 Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs, Lord

AOYV not specified above, Single
Specimen Mr. Victor Marson

COLLECTIONS

Anthuriums, all one colour Mr. Vic
tor Marson.

Anthuriums, mixed colours Mrs
J. W. Chandler

Begonias ~~ Mrs, H. N. Leacock
Buddelia Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Cynoglossum (Chinese Forset-me-not)
Miss D. Hawkins

Dianthus Harold St. James
Gerbera Mrs. J. Lee

Hybiseus Victor Marson
Marigolds, African Mrs. R. O. Lord
CUT FLOWERS — ORCHID SECTION

Class 11

Dendrobium Hybrid R. J. Parkin
son

Spathoglottis Hybrids Mr. P, P. B
O'Neal

Spathoglottis Species Mrs. R. J
Parkinson

Vandas Hybrids Mrs, R. J. Parkin
son

A.O.V. not specified above, single
specimen Mrs. John Lee

Three specimens, all different specie
J. A. Hunte

Three specimens of the same Genera
R. J, Parkinson
Collection Miss E
Button Hole Mr. J. A. Hunte
Corsage Mr. A. Hutchinson
DIVISION 18 — NEEDLECRAFT
Class I—Lace and Embroidery
Finished Art or half yard lace
insertion in a lace not specified Mi
Agnes Phillips
Tatting, finished Article or half yard
lace or insertion Miss Julia Harbin
Complete garment embroidered ip
white Suk or cotton Mrs, J. A
Skinner
Complete garment embroidered in co!
our—silk or cotton — T. Gibson
Initialling, as used on household linen
L. Armstrong

9 On Page 6

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Sth and Thurs, 6th Deer. 1951—Cour-] CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation
teay Gorage. Dial 4616. leather handbags. Two for $1.00. Plastic
6.12 Sl-2n] Handbags with shoulder strap in a

——{ variety of colours 98 cents.
OLIVE/CLETRAC Track Tractor 4.12.51—6n

el BDH = On show Queen's Park

courtesy Garage, Dial 4616. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.-A supply of
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5/6 TON CANE CARTS—equipped with
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D- partment 4.12.51—in

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
ran applicition of Thomas Fields of
* Roads, St.” Philip, for permission to
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e, at a board
and shingle shop with galvanize roof

———s

EVENING COATS--In white and assort-
ed colours, lovely styles $26.50 each at
The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street.

attached to residence at Four Roads, St} UE 6. ne =
I td . GAL VANISED SHEETS A limited
meet vite be 195). quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft. to
Hot e Magistrate, Dist. “C" io ft, Attractive prices. Enquire Auto

. FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT, Tyre Co, Phone 2606, 1,12.51—t.f£.n.

for Applicant PS NT PT a?

and
Shop

Solesressst

¥.B.—This application will be cons}é- Ladies hurry before all

o Licensing Court to be held at

fancy.





















Pol Court, District “C on Wednesday at THANI’'S Pr. Wm Henry St. al oe

The 19th day of December 1961 at 11 SABHi—tf.n

“ro ne A. Ww. HARPER, , slips, Ding" UNOEAWRAR: “in Pe orn

Laer olan, Mapiateaie. Dist "9" variety, at. TRAST S, §.12.51—t.f.n

“OLIVE BLOSSOM"—D Class Yacht,

au LICENSE SESSION winner of last year's Trophy. No reason-

give notice that the Licensing | apie offer refused. Phone 2959 — 6285,

sagen for the renewal of Liquor Licenses 4.12.51—4n

for the year 1952 for the OF at llama:

IRTOWN wilt be held at the Polio: | “Oi, CLOTH & CONGOLEUM—In very

rts, “A” on Thursday 20th} jovely patterns. Shop for these and other
Degember, at 11 o'clock a.m. household items at THANI'S

ted this Sth day of December 1961 $.12.51—t-t.n

Bis Mi SUUTTE: cet tahanaielberncnbisintiingenmntacdninene

; Ag. Police ee OPTIMUS PRESSURE STOVES--Still

: District the best and the cheapest—note our price

5.19 51—3n ONLY $7.91 (Silent) and $7.53 (Roarer).

Limited quantity — Get yours today from

IQUOR LICENSE SESSION | }AkRISON'S HARDWARE STORE—

uo give notice that the Licensing] Broad St 2.12.51—8n

Session for FéneWal of Liquor Licenses}. ,

for the year 1952 for the parish of St “PREFABRICATED” HOMES; It is

Mighael and that part of Christ Church] now possible to obtain “BETONA" Bun-

within District “A will be held at Police alows from Holland, with Asbestos

Courts, Dist. "A" on Thursday 20th cment walls, Pine floors, Tiled Roof,

Dewember at 11 o'clock a.m. ond heavy wooden beams for roof sup-

ted this 6th day of December 1951. | port. Two bedroom Bungalow $7,700 00

EB. A. MeLiop, and Four bedroom Bungalow $9,200.00,

Police’ Magistrate, Dist. “A'. | A)| prices include Commission, Duty,

5.13 51—tn Ward-robes, Kitehen ©Qupboards, Paint

re | ond wood preservatives

£
Leaflets show-
STRAW MATS—-Fancy designs for bed-

6.12.51—6n



ing full details may be seen at K. R
PUBLIC SALES
room at $1,864 each at THANI’S.

HUNTE & Co., Ltd, Phone iil
REAL ESTATES







5.12,51—t.f.n
A RGE 2 storey Bujlding, standing arene neo —
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ontey * ae King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast
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wholesale purchase. THANI BROS, Dial
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cH For further articulars, apply | -—— a
Oe Beard, Lower nae Street. TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals.

6.12.51—4n | Lorge Size American Plastic Dolls, All

one Price, 84 cents each, Modern Dres
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EVANTON 4.12,51—6n
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Room, Sun Lounge, 2 fully tiled Toilets
and showers with Hot Water. Modern
Kitchen. Outside 2 Car Garage, Servant
Room, Play Room, Toilet and Shower,





y beautiful Ladies and

5 jewel from Germany
at $24.50 and $32.50 each.
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The Gardens are well laid out having aj try St. §.12.51—t.0.n

dual Entrance. The Above Property can | “= -

be purchased fully Furnished, For viewing WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine

Ring 5010 or 8657 6.12.51—4n | Leather in a4 varicty of Multicolours,

ener with zipps all around also photo compart-
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side Bal s “XMAS CRACKERS!

built in cupboards throughout

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spaee of 6,000 sq. ft. upstairs, and 6,009
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ae enclosed. For viewing ring 5010 4.12.51—8n

sadist 6.12.51—4n
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WANTED
HELP

— ———_—__—_
| A CANE WEIGHER and an OVERSEER
| for Joes River Sugar Factory. Applica- |
| tians in writing will be received on or
before 15th December 1951 addressed to |
| the Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates
Ltd. Barbados Co-op, Bank Ltd. Marhill
Street, Bridgetown, The successful appli-
cants will be required to take up duties on
| Tuesday Ist January 1952.

2.12.51-—-3n









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the alms"*
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Serv ant Apply

oN
General
, Ch apside



STENOGRAPHER An experienced
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letter only in the first instance. Ad-
dress 151/152 Roebuck Street, City
28.11.51

MIS :CELLANEOUS

ANTIQUE
GOLD PURCHASED.
ANTIQUE SHOP.

CAST IRON-—About 25 Feet 12” Cast
fron or Steel Pipe, Apply D. M. Simpson
& Co 1,12 51-—6n

tin







JEWEL L LERY | & “RAP
GORRINGES,
2.12. 51+t.fm.







DINGHY—In good | condition. Telephone
2520. 30.11.51—6n
}
| TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING

efficient service. Experienced English
staff. Phone 8380 2.51-—3n

USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of
the British West Indies at Caribbean
Stamp Society, No. 10 Swan Street,
3.12.51-—In

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for Road
Joseph. Ring 95-245.
Chairman, Black-
4.12.51—6n

WINDLESS-~—-To
Commissioners; St,
or write G. R. Hutson,
mans, St. Joseph.

| PUILIC NOTICES

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I HEREBY give notice that the Annual

purchase







Licensing Session for the Renewal of |sary to ensure the supply of

Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes itish fore i he al Zone,

of St. Joseph and St. Andrew will be Br f es int Can UP,

held at the Police Magistrate's Court wn ae
District “F" on Friday the 2ist day of

December 1951.
J. R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
District “F".
6.12.51—3n

ae a + ——

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

I HEREBY 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 1951,





Cc. W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “B",
4.12.51—3n

aoe LICENSE SESSION

HEREBY give notice that a Lice
tae Session for the granting of Cert
cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the parish of St, Thomas will be heid
at the Police Court District “D" om
Wednesday the 19th day of December
1961 at 11.00 a.m.

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951,
J, R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
Distriet “D".
4.12.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
J 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 195].
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,

District “E", Holetown

4.12.51—3n

LiQ UOR LICENSE SESSION

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parishes of St. Peter and St, Lucy
will be held at Distriet “E” Police
Station on Wednesday the 19th December
1961 at 11 o'clock a.m

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951

SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E"
5.12.51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

1 HEREBY give notice that the Annual
Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
of St. Philip and St. John will be held
at the Police Magistrate's Court District
“GC on Wednesday the 19th day of
December 1951,



A. W. HARPER,
Ag. Police Magistrate,
District “C”.
4.12.51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ilene Weekes or Nr.
Mangrove, St, Philip, for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and galvaniae shop attached to residence
at Nr, Mangrove, St. Philip

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT,

| for Applicant
To: A. W. HARPER, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. °C".

) N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
olice Court, District “"C" on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at 1)

v'elock, aam,
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “C’.
4.12,51—in

-_——
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Gordon Shepherd
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, & c., at a board
end galvanised shop attached to residence
at Edgecliff, St, John

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

K PERC











H,
for Applicant.
To: A. W. HARPER, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist. "C".

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held,at
| Police Court, Dist. “C" on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at .11

o'clock a.m,
A. W, HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”
6,12,51—la

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alonzga Muriel Mullin
of Gall Hill, St. John, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &c,, at a
board and shingled shop attached to
residence at Gall Hill, St. John







Il Dated this 5th day of December 1951.
KENNETH PERCH,
l for Applicant
it A. W. HARPER, Esq
* Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”
N.B.—This applic atic will be consid-
ered at a Licensing irt to be held at
Police Court, Dist on Wednesday
the 19th day of Decimber 1951 at 11
o'clock a.m
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C’
€.12.51—1n



SOUVENIRS

|k CURIOS ANTIQUES,
|{ JEWELS, CARVINGS
EMBROIDERIES, Ete.



ORIENTAL | |
|

BARBADOS avVOCATE

a re

PERSONAL

The public are he eby warned against
giving credit to my wife CLARISA
ROSETTA HEWITT (nee IFILL) as & do
not hold myself responsible for her oF
anyone else contracting amy debt of
debts in my neme unless by a written

order signed by me
IVAN HEWITT,
Government Hill,
St.
5.12.51

U.K. Will Not
Force Open
Suez Carat

LONDON, Dee. 5

The Marquess of Reading, Par-
iamentany Under-Gecretary for
Foreign Affairs indicated on
Wednesday that Britain does na
intend to widen the dispute wil
Egypt now by forcing open
Suez Canal to tankers bound for
Haifa refineries,

Lord Strabolgi tabled the quess
tion in the House of Lords ask
“to what extent the oil rennaey |
Haifa is being worked
whether restrictions on Ae on
sage of oil tankers for Haifa are
still being enforced?”

Lord ading replied that the
eefineries are producing at an
annual rate of 800,000 tons or 22
per cent, of their capacity.

“As regards the passage of tank-
ers T assume Lord Strabolgi referg
to their passage through the Suez
Canal. The Egyptian Government
hes given no indication that they
intend to comply with the en-
forcement of the Security Coun-
cil’s resolution. No tankers for
Haifa attempted to pass through
the Canal,”

Strabolgi asked: “Are Govern-
ment going to tolerate this breach
of international use of the Suez
Canal indefinitely, Are we going
to sit down and allow this un-
official and illegal blockade to be

carried on?”

Reading replied that British
authorities in Egypt are only ex-
ercising such control as is neces-

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NEW UNION MAY
BE DISSOLVED

In Jamaica

KINGSTON, J’ca., Dec. 4,

The Peoples’ National Party to-
day called upon Thossy Kelly and
W. McPherson, who have broken
away from the Trade Union Con-
gress and formed a new party, to
give assurances that they would
dissolve the new union, the form-
ation of which js contrary to P.N.P.
policy. The deadline for a reply 1s
Saturday.

No action on their part will re-
sult in charges against them
which might end their expulsion
from the party,—(CP)



In Touch With Barbados
Costal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.Â¥) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station:—

S.S. Reina Del Pacifico,
ss. Golfito, m.v. Willemstad, s.s, Arigu-
ani, my, Ponce, 5.8. Stentor, ss. Folke
Bernandotte, s.s. Hamburg, s.s, Sfinge, 8.5.
Perla. 5. Imperial Fredericton, £.8.
Greenhaven Trail, 5,4. Amerigo Vespucci,
6s. Belita, 5.8. Lady Nelson, ss. Green
Valley, 8. Statesman, s.s. Hesione, 5.5,
Canadian Constructor, s.s. Esso Balti-
more, 8.8. Aleoa Corsair, 8.8, Monte Am-
boto, 5,6, Argentina, s.5, Monica,
Anzoategui, s.s. Aido Lauro, 5.5. ‘Maris
Paolina, s,s, Esso Bruss:ls, s.8. Caribstar,
3.8. Factor, 8.8. Cottonwood Creek, 5.8. |
Wave Governor, 5.8, Regent Caribou, 5.8.
Bonito, s.s. Naviero, s.s, Helena, h
General Artigas, s,s, Coracero,
sia, ss. Amakura, 8.5, Jomaas
daly Bay, 8.8. Battle Rock,

Amended Mail Notices

Mails for St. Lucia, Leminica, Mantors-
yat, Antigua, Sf. Kitts, Bermuda,

Canada by the 8s. Lady Rodney wh seh)
closed at the General Post Office as
under:

Parcel Mail at 2 p,m., Registered Mail
at 3 p.m,, Ordinary Mail at 4 p.m, on the
€th December 19651,

Mails for British Guiana by the Sch.
Francis W. Smith will be closed at the
General Post office as under:—

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, Ordinary
Mall at 12.15 p.m. on the 6th December
1951.

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Exhibition Prize List

@ From Page 5

Article in household linen ig embroid-
such as: Tea Cloth, D’oyleys,
Pi d'eyleys, Tray Cloth, Guest Towel,
Table Centre or Runner in white or



— Erdiston



‘hool.
Article in Machine Embroidery—Violet

Ramsa;

Handkerchief embroidered in white —
“irs, N. Howell.

Handkerchief hemstitched or faney (2)
~Mrs, N, Howell.

Star stitch — M. Nichols.

Cross stiteh — 8. Andrews,

Petit Point and Tapestry — Mrs, D.
reenidge.

a
Embroidery or Drawn Thread

- Kathleen Martineau.

Hardanger — Idine Dyall.
Miscellaneous work not otherwise
‘lassified — Mrs. Doughlas.
Flowering Plants Grown in Pots or Tubs
Anthurium, Pink, single specimen —
Mrs. H, N, Leacock.

Anthurium, Hybrid, any colour, single
specimen — Miss En Shepherd.
Anthurium, Hybrid, variegated, single
specimen — Mrs. D, Bovell,
Anthuriums, 3 specimens, all different



~Mrs. D. Bovell.
Begonia stemiess, 3 imens, all
different — Mrs. A, De Inniss.

Begonia with stem, single specimen-
Mrs, H. N. Leacock.

Besgon: stem, 3 specimens,
different -—- Government House.
Chrysanthemum, single specimen

all

single specimen

Rose, A.O,V. single specimen Mrs.

Robert Lord.
Class U1 Miscellaneous Work
Work in twine, comprising Hammocks,
Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets
St Martin's Boys’ School.

Sisal Grass or fibre — St. Martin's
Boys’ School,

Two Market Baskets—St. Martin's Boys’
School.

Two Megass Baskets — Mr. Albert
Springer.

One Fancy Basket—St. Martin's Girls’
School.

Hair Brooms or Brushes Christ
Church Boys’ School.
Hat made from locally grown material
~Deoreen Waithe.
Red Clay Domestic Articles (Unglazed)
A. 2 Flower Pots — A. Devonish.
B, 2 Guelets — A. Devonish.
Cc, 2 Monkeys A. Devonish.
Class IV — LEATHER

Saddlers’ Work—
Blinkers — A. Rollock.
(a) Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes —

Leroy Holder.

(b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes — H. Year-
wood,

Leather Manufactured Locally — Leon
Headley.

Class I — SWINE

Sow, 1 year and under 2 years — Mr.
Austin Layne,

Sow, 2 years and under 4 years — Mr.
G. A. Marshall.

Boar, 1 eh. and under 2 years — Mr.
Garfield

Boar, 2 years and under 4 years
r. Austin Layne

Ciuss
Fat Barrow or Sow,
under 9 months Mr. Austin Layne.
Fat /Barrow or Sow, 9 months and
under 12 months — Mr. G, A. Marshall.

AGRICULTURE
SUGAR CANE
Class 1 (a)

6 monthe and

Section
A CLUMP OF PLANT CANES.
B.87161 or B41211—Turner Hall Plan-
tation.
B.4098 or B.41227
tion,
A.OV.—Mount Pleasant Plantation.
A CLUMP OF RATOON CANES

Turner Hall Planta-

B.37161 or B4lzil—Mount Wilton
Pantation.

B.4008 «oor B.41227-—Mount Pleasant
Plantation

LOVELY PATTERNS OF





A

A.O.V.—Mount
BUNDLE OF
HALF-WAY

tation.

B.4098

tion.

A.O.V.—Mount Wilton Plantation.
Class I
(OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)
A CLUMP OF CANES
B.37161—James Young.
A.O.V.—James Young.

Section

or

FIELD VEGETABLES

B.41227—Turner Hall

Pleasant
12 CANES TOP2ED
IN THE COUTE AND
CLEANED AS DELIVERED TO
FACTORIES

B.37161 or B.412il-—Turner Hall Plan-



Plantation

Planta-

(b>

Breadfruii—6 onlj-—Aaron Yea~wood.

Eddoes, Nut—2) ibs,-Ruth Bovell,

Eddoes, Seal Top-—-20 ibs.--Castle Grant
Plantation,

Eddo:s, Tannia--20 ibs.—Ruth Bovell.

Cassava, Reasting—25 Ibs.—auburn
Plantation.
Caseava, Poisonous—25 Ibs,—Malvern
Plantation.
Eddoes, China-—-20 ibs.—Castle Grant
Plantation.

Potatoes, Sweet
vern Plantation.

Potatoes,
Piantation,

Vegetable
Clarke,
Yams, Lisbon

Edgar St. Hill.

Yams, Lisbon Coconut—25 Ibs.--Castle
Grant Plantation
Yams, Horn—25 Ibs,-Hopefield Planta-

tion.

Yams, Oriental—25 |bs.--Hopefield Plan-
lbs.—Fisher

tation.

Yams, Hunt—25

Section

Arrowroot—5

Chives—2 Ibs
Christophines

ler.

Eschaloy, Green—5 Ibs--Erdiston
College.

Eschalot, Dry —5 lbs.—E. W. Allerne.

Ginger, freshly reaped—5 lbs.—Osford

Egg Plant—6 only—-Winston Smith.

Butler,

Khol Rabi—6 only—E.
Leeks—12 only
Lettuce,

Plantation
GARDEN VEGETABLES

Barker.

Pulse—dry, in pod,
Peas,

by

points in the

Okras—48 only—Aaron Yearwood.
Onions—12 only—E. W. Brathwaite.
mixed—E. W. Brathwaite
Peppers, Sweet—12 only—E, W. Alleyne,
Pulse—green, in pod.

Beans, Bush Lima—5 lbs—E. W.
Brathwaite.

Peppe

ta)
(b)
fe)

fe)

(f)

Radishes—24 only--Osford Butler.
Sorrel—5 lbs.—E, W. Brathwaite.
flowers—24

Ts,





(BA4)—25

Potatoes, Sweet (Caroline Lee)—25 ibs.
—Castle Grant Plantation.
(A.O.V,)—25

Potatoes, English—5 Ibs-—E. Sargeant.

Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 only—
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Marrow—3

Bottle Neck-—-25

lbs.—E. W. Brathwaite.
Artichokes—5 lbs.—Osford Butler.
Beetroot—12 only—Osford Butler.
Carrots—12 only--Myra Mayers.
Cauliflower—3 only—E. W. Brathwaite,
Celery—6 only—Ursula Smith,
Erdiston College.

12 only—E. W. Alleyne.
Cucumbers—6 only—Mrs. J. L, Chand-

-Livingstone Scaly.
Mignonette—12 heads—F.

Ibs.—Mal-

Ibs.—Auburn

only—Deriait |
Ibs.

Pond

W. Brathwaite.
H.

Beans, Climbing Lima—5 ibs,—

Gilford Clarke.
String—5

Bea

ns,

Yearwood,

Peas, Pigeon—5 lbs.—Mrs. J. W.

Chandler,

Yearwood,

Squash,
Sargeant.

Turnips-—

with

12 only—Ernest W, Alleyne.

SPECIAL PRIZES

A Perpetual Chajlenge Cup, presented
the Agricultural Society,

hibitor obtaining the greatest number of

Garden Vegetable Class,

E. W. Brathwaite.

A Special Prize of a Case of Silver
Spoons presented by His Excellency the

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1951
Governor, to the exhibitor obtaining the OU. PAINTINGS
greatest number of points in the Garde Class &
Vegetabie Class,-E. W. Brathwaite. . Composition—Charles L. arris
GROUND PROVISIONS AND VEGE Portrait—-K. R. Broodhage
TABLES GROWN IN A SCHOOL WATER COLOURS
GARDEN Division 12. Class %
OPEN TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL = Composition—-Osear Walkes
CHILDREN ONLY Flowers or Stil Life—K. RB, Brooi-
Class 5 gen
Section Class 4
Beans, Bush—2 Ibs.—Hillaby Mixed Any Mediur
Schoo! for a textile—Miss Ede Arm
Beans, String--2 lbs.--Southboro Boys
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Bonavist (A.O.V.}—2 lbs,—-8t. Barnabas Class, 2
Boys’ School, ApiaTian
Christophines—six only -— Southboro Honey in Shallow extracting [re 1
Boys’ School, frame--Roy Wnt
Cucumbers—six only—St. Luke's Boys’ Honey 1-lb. Frames—George Turney
School, Honey in botties—2 white 3 gill bottl.s
Peppers, ‘Collection of not less than K. A. Murphy
six varieti-s excluding Sweet Peppers) — Bees Waxibieached'—3_ ibs,—K A
Southboro Boys’ Sehoo!l. Murph
Bees Wax unbieached)-—-3 ibs,—Ro
Class 6 Went
Beets—6 on}/--St, Luke.
Cauliflowers—3 only—Southboro Bovs FLOUR AND STARCH
School.
Carrots ‘long)-—6 only—Southboro Boys Class 4
School, Farine, Cassava,—Elise
Carrots (Stump rooted)—6 only—St Fiour, Cassava,—Dai ‘
Clements’ Boys’ School, Flour, Indian Corn Zlanche Greenidge
Chives—3 !bs.-—-St. Luke's Boys’ School. Greenidge
Eschalot (Green)—3 itbs.—Grace Hill Flour, A.O.V.—-Elise Davis.
Girls’, Flour, Cassava,--Elise Davis.
Kohl Rabi—6 only—St. Luke's Boys’ Flour, A.O.V.—Blanchs Greenidge
School. Class 7
Leeks—6 onky-—-Southboro Boys’ School. Open to Head Teachers of the Elementary
Lettuctes (A.0.V. not purple)—6 only Schools

Southboro Boys’ School For the best kept School Garden-~C. D
Radishes—24 only--Southboro Boys’ Jordan; Holy Innocent’s Boys
School,

Turnips—6 only—tMillaby Mixed Sehool e On page 8.







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ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED renee
(M.A.N Z, Line) The M.V. “Caribbee” will accept
8.8. “PORT ADELAIDE” is sched- Cargo and Passengers for
uled to sail from Hobart September 25th Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Melbourne October 4th, Sydney October Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing 30th

10th, Gladstone October 16th, Port instant.

Alma October 20th, Brisbane October The M.V. “Moneka” will accep*
27th, arriving at Trinidad about end Cargo and Passengers for
November and Barbados about December Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
5th. Nevis and St. Kitts. Date of

departure to be notified.
The M.V. Daerwood will accept

â„¢ addition to general cargo this ves-
sel has ample space for chilled and hard

es cargo. Cargo and Passengers for St.
© accepted on through Bills of Lad- Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada and
ing SR trans-shipment at Trinidad to Aruba. Date of departure to be
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A STEAMER Sails 2st November— arrives Barbados Sth December, 1951.
A STEAMER Sails Sth December ..rives Barbados 19th December 1951.
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Montreal Halifax Barbados
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S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. oe - Mth Dec. 5} 2th Dec. 51
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The T.S.S. “GOLFITO” will arrive from
Southampton on Monday, 10th December, at
8 a.m. and will be sailing the same day for
Trinidad,

There is ample accommodation available for
Trinidad also for the United Kingdom on 19th
December, 1951,

WILKINSON & HAYNES C0.. LTD.

Agents.

ROBERT THOM
LIMITED

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
LOWER BROATr STREET

Passenger Sales Agents for:
Trans-Canada Airlines
B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA,

Alcoa Steamship Company
Telephone No: 4466,
30.11.51. —TE.N.

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Governor, to the exhibitor obtaining th OW PAINTINGS

PAGE SIX BARBADOS avVOCATE x
greatest number of points i the Garde Class ¢

CLASSIFIED ADS.|__Frou_Bext_| Pxmsonat | Exhibition Prize List |e ene fie em

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ROSETTA HEWITT inee IFILL) as & do From Page 5 A.O.V.—Mount Pleasant Plantatioh Divist 12. Class 3
— aa ® A BUNDLE OF 12 CANES TOP2ED GARDEN — .

anaemia, ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running| not hold myself responsible for her s . N : s OPEN TO ELEMENTARY SsCHOOL Composition—-Osear Walkes
water th or without meals. in Wood-| anyone else contracting any Article in household linen in embroid- HALF-WAY IN THE COUTE AND





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For Births, Marriage ot Engagement dens. Dial 3356 CLEANED AS DELIVERED TO CUBE OFLE ewere oF Ate



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announcements in Carib Calling the ror: SALE 4.12.51—t-£n | order signed by me Piate doyleys, Tray Cloth, Guest Towel, FACTORIES Section Clos 5 . Class 4

charge is $3.00 for any number of words ' ———— - IVAN HEWITT, Table Centre or Runner in white or 3.37161 or B.4121i—Turner Hall Plan- Beans, Bush—2 lbs.—Hillaby Mixed Any Mediur

up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each | “TRINITY COTTAGE”, St, James Government Hill, Joatural — N. Armstrong tation. cian ” Desi or a teutile—Miss Bda Ar
a additional word. Terms cash. Phose 2508 | ‘Three Bedroom house, fully furnished, | St. Michael, Articles as above in colour — Erdiston B.4098 or B.41227—Turner Hall Pianta- Beans, String—2 ibs.—Southborp Bos strong

petween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death AUTOMOTIVE from January 1952. "Phone 2050 |5 2n “ [Model School. tion School On paper suitable for cotton print,

Notices only after 4 p. ™, 4.12.51—3n | Article in Machine Embroidery—Violet A.O.V.—Mount Wilton Plantation. Bonavist (A.0.V.)—2 Ibs.--8t. Barnabas Class :

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Ramsa Class 1 (b)
(OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)

Handkerchief embroidered in white —
i} “irs, N. Howell, A CLUMP OF CANES
Handkerchief hemstitched or faney (2) B.37161—James Young.

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6,12.51—3n | for Joes River Sugar Factory. Applica- + . . — Beets—6 onty—St. Luke.
—_ — | tans in writing will be received on or | fs endl om De otherwise Plantation. bs Ww auuhdaween 8 oniy—Seuthboro Boys FLOUR AND STARCH
IN MEMORIAM CAR: One Hillman 1949 model, 14,000 | before 16th December 1951 addressed to | een eres. Seok i Cassava, Poisonous—25 Ibs.—Malvern |. °°")
miles, in perfect condition. Apply: Mr. | the Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates LONDON, Dec. 5 Flowering Plants Grown in Pots or Tubs Plantation. Carrots ‘iong)—6 only—Southboro Boys Class 6
Tee, a, Oe a eee enistiap. St |kud. Marbates Coop, Bank Lid, Marhil| The Maraiems of Resding, Patel Actactum Pink, cine apecimen — pancan, oo Ihe—Castio Grant | <-nool, Farine, Cassava,--Elise Davi
GIBBONS: In loving memory of my.| George 6.12.51—-4n | Street, Bridgetown, ‘The successtul appli- | ijampentany Under-Secretary far) Mrs. H. N. Leacock. PignteGen, : Carrots (Stump rooted)—6 only—-St. Fiour, Cassava,—Dalsy Clark
beloved Sister, Mrs. Millicent Edna | saenenemeteenentonmmines | capts will be required to take up duties on |) ty A sari . & Oe. . ivieid. eny eaeur, stnae *. Rakes Muto the—-Buth Bovell. | cements’ Boys’ School, Ficur’ thalen Goce, alandhe Greénktite
Gibbons, who departed this life on] CARS—End of year closg out of used | Tuesday Ist January 1952 Foreign Affairs indicated OM) .,ecimen — Miss Enid Shepherd. Eddoes, Seal Top—20 Ibs.—Cuastle Grant | Grives3 Ibs.—St, Luke's Boys’ School. Greenidge-
December 5, 1938 vars all must be sold. 1 Wolseley 6/80 | 2,12.51—8n | Wednesday that Britain does not} Anthurium, Hybrid, variewated, single P'antstion- Eschalot (Green)—3 bs.--Grace Hill Flour, A.0.V.~-Elise Davis.
Thy will be done on earth, Saloon, 8,000 miles. First class eondition. ; —~ = |intend to widen the dispute with specimen --' Mrs, D,’ Bovell, Eddovs, Tannia—20 lbs,—Ruth Bovell.| 5. Flour, Cassave,—Eilise Davis
As it is in Heaven 1 Morris Oxford. 1 Morris Minor 10,000 } , Experienced ie fier Potatoes, Sweet (B.44)—25 |bs.—Mal- bhi Re i was uke’s Boys’ Flour. A.O.V.—Blanche Greenidge
. ion «| Egypt no fi in; Anthuriums, 3 specimens, all different om Plamtnth Kohl Rabi St. Luke's Be Ps
Show forth O Lord victorious | miles. Like new. 1 Austin A-40. Very | Gene the “Palms BYP’ w by forcing open —Mrs. D. Bovell, ee in arsed ieteoast \—25 tbs, | School. Class 7
Thy viewer in the lives of all for Sioa conditien, Gre ap. ORE BOY AL Chow 6 .12.51—1n|}Suez Canal to tankers bound for] Begonia age 3 Sinem nee all eae fieset Macioten Lee 1” Leeks—6 onky—Southboro Boys’ School. Open to Head Tea here of the Elementary
whom " Wa. prey G az -L slephene aif, different — Mrs, A, De nn: = : ? Lettuces (A.0,V. not purple)—6 only Schools
W. Harvey 6.12.51—1n 1.12. 61—6n STENOGRAPHE! An experienced Hell ee Besonia with stem, single specimen— _ Potatoes, (A.0.V.)-—-35 —Ibs.—-AUUIA) soithboro Boys’ ce" For the best kept School Garden--C. D
~. ——.—-—----- | stenographer for Realtors Limited. Apply ord Strabolgi tabled the quese| yp. H. N. Ueacock. Plantation. Radishes—24 only—Southboro Boys’ Jordan; Holy Innocent’'s Boys
cacti alitgnnpe tonsa | PROCS Two “pordien Thames 5-ton| _y» letter only im the first instance. Ad-|tion in the House of Lords askin; Begonia with stem, 3 specimens, ali Potutoes. English—5 Ibe-E. Sargeant. | 401
Trucks in good working order. Done | dress 151/152 Roebuck Street, City “to what extent the oll refinery at}different — Government House. Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 onl¥—~ |" pirnips—6 only—Hillaby Mixed School @ On page 8.
ANNOUNCEMENTS | (te: £000 woes Ber particulars Aophy 28.11.51 —t.t.n | e y Gh | cikerent — Government Woe. wen — Mra. J, W. Chandler. :
Iw. L Biscuit Co, Ltd Phone 4337 | . -\H i: is vet worked, and Mrs. H. N. Leacock. oun Marrow--¢ only—Denzil} pa Pee Ee Fee: ae
4.12.51-—6n whether restr ons on e s- Lily, (Bucharist), single specimen jarke.
aca SSP aN RP Oe MISCELLANEOUS sage of oi] tankers for Half pa Mrs. Louls Nichols, Yams, Lisbon Bottle Neck--25 Ibs.
$5 in goods and with your cash bill wae Sy Sisshibipiiundsieseciionssie t.5 ts Ian rg for Halfa are) ose, A.0.V. single specimen — Mrs, Edgar St. Hil.
you get a guess-coupon; how many LIVESTOCK ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & §&CRAP still being enforced? Robert Lord. Yams, Lisbon Coconut—5 Ibs.—Castle
screws in a jar? You can win an GOLD — PURCHASED GORRINGES,| Lord Reading replied that the Class 11 — Miscellaneous Work Grant Plantation



EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop
at A. BARNES & Co.,, Lid,
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2.12.51—t.fn. » Work in twine, comprising Hammocks, _ Yams, Horn—25 Ibs.—Hopefleld Planta-
tefineries are producing at én Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets — tion.

bure—Pure Bred Bull Master Pups. | “Mats Seer:
St Martin’s Boys’ School. Yams, Oriental—25 lbs.—Hopefield Plan-

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et fn M —---- | fron or Steel Pipe. Apply D. M. Simpson| per cent, of their capacity. Sieg! Seas or fibre — St. Martin's ee. seins an Saeed BBALAND Eee Leer
HAN AL &c 1,12 51—tn * 5 =| Boys’ Schoo! ama, ite — . . me The M.V. “Caribbee” will accept
FOR SALE ___ MECHA am eee | ad ors’ tatetan Ged beaeet miey aa eee pene ee Sigstin’s Hoye’ Plantation 4.8. “PORT ADELATDE? to sched-|% Cargo ond Passengers for
“ ™ ” i DINGHY—In good condition ‘elephone ool, li be ith Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
' ce aGORD OI {Dictating ae: “ane 30.11.51—6n % thele passage Herongh the Gust rv, Meeass Baskets — Mr. Albert GARDEN VEGETABLES Lo , Sedeeg a Soaye rap ve ape ee: 0 eee ans at sclta Gelling BOh
ye Near WE aaa ial ‘ , tt anal. ern. pri cor tant.
On Show At Exhibition Barbados Import & Export Co, Ltd. TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING a ; e Reypuan Coverninen One Fancy Basket—St, Martin's Girls Arrowroot—5 Ibs.—E. W. Brathwaite oe Giadsiane, Cover Soe eee oes M.V. “Moneka” will accep*
ae Phone 2959. b cas sient service, Experienced English has given no indication that they | school. Artichokes—5 lbs.—Osford Butler. eg oor t teintaah abou ona Cargo. and Passengers for
FERGUSON TRACTORS with the Fer- 4.13.61—40 | tail, Phone 8380. 4azsi—an| intend to comply with the en-| Hair Brooms or Brushes — Christ Beetroot 12 only Ostord Butler. Sith, arriving at, Trinidad spout eee |e eerinics Antigua, “Moxtwerat &
t eon's ————— ~ c i oe ure! »ys' Schoo! ‘arrots—12 only—-Myra Mayers.
Soe hcshivesy Ge mate USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED voroemany of the Geeurity Coun Hat made from locally grown material Caulifiower—3 only—E. W. Brathwaite, Sth. hi, petal Ley a sotified. eT
y $.12,.51—2n MISCELLANEUUS > «| cil’s resolution, No tankers for] —poreen Waithe. Ctlery--6 only—Ursula Smith. in addition to general cargo this ves- eparture pe ni
i We pay good prices for used stamps o Haif t les (Unglazed) 3 sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M.V. Daerwood will accept
—— the British West. Indies at Caribbean| Haifa attempted to pass through a Clay Domestic Articles (Unglone Chives—2 ibe—Erdiston College. frolaes santo. Cargo and Passengers for St.
= TRIMM Electrically oper- $$$ ta ety ; 3 ¢ > wer Pots -— ristophines—12 only— eyne, be a, St. Vincent, renada s
ataton show Gates Park 5th and th AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink ana | ee sah a ay Tg.51—1n he Canal, B. 2 Guglets — A. Devonish. Cuecumbers—6 only—Mrs, J. L Chand- ina ae eens ase Wills of Te eee Ne sa he
December 1951, Courtesy Gozomn, | Dis! Laie. sizes 32-38, $1.60. Modern DY Strabolgi asked: “Are Govern- G2 eS fo pare ler Sse ee NE ing ich Guisna, Leeward end Windward notified. :
4616. a 5 —an ” onre: F a ay wr mane ih nase ane ae ment going to tolerate this breach] saaaters’ Work— orn 3 eat Re a Islands. B.W.1. ones OWNERS
MASSEY-HARRIS | - MANURE| AMERIGAN AND CANADIAN GLABS-|Go write Gf, Huison, Chairman, Black-|Of international use of the Suez} Blinkers — A. Ratios Colleg For further yartculars apply Tele. 4047. ‘
SPREADERS — Suitable for applying] WARE—Drinking Glasses, Decorated | ans, St. Joseph. ‘4.i2.51—-6n | Canal indefinitely, Are we going], ‘2), Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes — ~ Fechalot, Dry —5 Ibs,—E. W. Alleyne.| FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd.
Megass and fiiter-press mud On show|-Tumblers, Cocktail Glasses, Colourful t 1 d all thi z Leroy Holder, Ginger, freshly reaped—5 Ibs.—Osford TRINIDAD.
Queen's Park — Courtesy Garase Dial] Fony and Juice Glasses, Plain Tumblers o sit down and allow ©. ua (b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes — H. Year- putier, B.W.I, OS SS0SCCOO BEB SSSSUGOS!
4616. §.12.51——-2n | Champagne and Wine Glasses all at most we NOTICES official and illegal blockade to be] wood, - Khol Rabi—6 only—E. W. Brathwaite. DaCOSTA & Co.,
y —— i | rearonable prices, Excellent gifts for your PU , ’ carried on?” Leather Manufactured Locally — Leon =] pexs—12 only—Livingstone Svaly BARBADOS “lr PAYS TO ADVERTISE
MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTORS—Wheel] friends or yourself G. W, HUTCHZNSON | Reading replied that British|"°*"’ 944.4 — swing Mignonette—19 heads—F. #. sel 4
ode hy *O., LTD. 12.5 epee egress ere 4 eid Tai’ 7
7 Rn oar a ‘Gone Diab Mea ik a LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION authorities in Egypt are only ex-| Sow, 1 year and under 2 years — Mr. 48 only—Aaron Yearwood. Di a le > - ———
4616. 6,12,51—2n] COKE—A quantity of Foundry Coke for| | HEREBY give notice that the Annual | &TC1SIng such control as is neces- sue payne. 4 uhder 4-years — Mr, Onions—12 only—E. W. Brathwaite.
| immediate delivery, Apply Wil. Biscuit | ricensing Session for the Renewal of|sary to ensure the supply of}g. oe a Peppers, mixed—E. W. Brathwaite. °
MASSEY HARRIS SIDE-DELIVERY]Co., Ltd. Phone 4337 4.12.51—60 | Tiquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes | British forces in the Canal Zone. B 1 4 under 2 years — Mr. Peppers, Sweet—12 only—E. W. Alleyne, 0.
in show at Queen's Park, Wed. | ——__ | cr Soseph and St. Andrew will be * ants eh and under 2 y Pulse—green, in pod. e
Sth and Thurs, 6th Deer. 1951—Cour-| CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation | heid at the Police Magistrate's Court —UP, we SDs under 4 years — (a) Beans, Bush Lima—S Ibs—E. W
teay Garage. Dial 4616 leather handbags. Two for $1.00. Plastic | pistrict “F" on Friday the 2ist day of ar, 2 yearsand under 4 ¥ Brathwaite.
5.12 5l—2n] Handbags with shoulder strap in |p eember 1951. r v4 r, Austin Layne (b) Beans, Climbing Lima—5 lbs.— Lc.
“Siivecierrac. ———{ variety of colours 98 cents. J. R. EDWARDS, = Ciass Gilford Clarke
J LAVE/CLETRAC NO oe 4.12.51—6n Police Magistrate, NEW UNION MAY Fat Barrow or Sow, 6 monthe and (c) Beans, String—S —Ibs.—Aaron
- a ope, nder a R Pe
ourtesy Garage, Dial 4616. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.-A supply of Ms aac BE DISSOLVED Se oes, we eet ee ee (e) Peas, Pigeon—5 Ibs.—Mrs, J. W. NEW YORK SERVICE
6.12.51—2n] these just received. “O come all ye ‘ Bales ie ae under 12 months — Mr. G, A. Marshall, Chandler. A STEAMER Sails 28rd Noyember— arrives Barbados 4th December, 1951.
faithful”; * Herald Angels sing”; LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION Pulse—dry, in pod, A STEAMER Sails 14th Deeember-~ arrives Barbados 25th December, 1951.
5/6 TON CANE CARTS—eauipped with} “in Dulci Jublio”, “Once in Royal David In Jamaica AGRICULTURE () Peas, Black-eye—2 Ibs.—Aaron 7 oaieshienignasnaiersapeiinniele
Over-run Brakes—On show Queen’s Park) City”; “God rest you merry gentlemen"; 1 HEREBY give notice that a Licens- SUGAR CANE Yearwood. VICE
. Sth and 6th Deer, 1951—Courtesy Gar-] “w hile Shepherds watch “We three | Session for the granting of Certificates KINGSTON, J’ca., Dec, 4 Class 1 (a) Radishes—24 only--Osford Butler. NEW ORLEANS SER
age. Dial 4616 5.12. 51—2n s"; The first Nowell; etc. Dial; for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for aS ” ~ 3 | Section Sorrel—5 lbs.—E. W. Brathwaite. S 8S. “OCEAN RANGER” Sailed 7th Nov ember—arrives B’dos 24th Nov., 1951.
i 387 Da. Costa & Co. Ltd. Electrical we eee George ana Lire Aaa The Peoples’ National a ” A CLUMP OF PLANT CANES. Squash, with flowers—24 only—L. A STEAMER Sails 2ist November— arrives Barbados sth December. 1981.
* D-partment, 4.12.51—4n s re . a day called upon Thossy Kelly an B.87161 or BAl211—Turner Hall Plan- Sargeant. Sails 5th December— arrives Barbados 19th December 1951.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE aateaiieaibebaaaesimeliibininenimieenndtes ee Te ee eT eee ite Trt - Ww aicPheeena wing rows eetan tation. Turnips—12 only—Ernest W. Alleyne. ee
Four Roads, St. Philip, for permission to} 64° colours, lovely Se ae i eich ‘| Thursday the 20th day of December 1951,]away from the Trade Union Con- aes oF B.Aae—Toruer Hoyt Pane Ducane oettas Cub, presented ; CANADIAN SERVICE
sel} Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e. at a board) 7). Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street, | #11 o'clock, am gress and formed a new party, to] A.0.V.—Mount Pleasant Plantation. by the Agricultural Soclety, to the ex- | S0UTHBOUND

and shingle shop with galvanize roof 612.51-2n | Pated this 30th day of November 1951,










attached to residence at Four Roads, St. Cc. W. RUDDER, give assurances that they would aoeat ar oF BE AO Ryn er, ie ere soe donee ee Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Pipa his 5th d December 1051 “GALVANISED SHEETS — A_ limited Police Magistrate, Dist. “B". | dissolve the new union, the forme } pantation r E. W. Brathwaite. f 8.8. “ALCOA POINTER” bik Mon 6s agin Nov. 8) sin Dec. St
To; Rw. MARDER, i. r quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft, to ede 4.12.51-—-39 | ation of which is contrary to P.N.P.| 8.4098 or B.41227--Mount Pleasant — A Special Prize of a Case of Silver | o'g “ALCOA PEGASUS a ee ov. *" 4ath Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51
Pmlice Magistrete, OMe a lo”. Attgactive prices. Baquire Auto| “TT GUOR LICENSE SESSION | Policy. The deadline for a reply 15 | Plantation. Spoons presented by His Excellency the "§'s° “ALCOA PLANTER” .. me a a8th Dec. 51 8th Jany. 82
FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT, Re Soy eres __11251—t-On-) HEREBY give notice that a Licens4 | Saturday. ; “A” STEAMER 11th Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52



for Applicant

.B.—This application will be consid:

at a Licensing Court to be hel

e Court, District “C" on Wednesday
19th day of December 1961 at 1)

k, a.m
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”,
lin

INDIAN SANDALS; Colourful and | {ing Session for the granting of Certifi- No action on their part will re-
fency. Ladies hurry before all go. Shop | cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses/sult in charges against them

t THANI’S Pr. Wm t. Dial 3466, ; for the parish of St, Thomas will be held} |.) ; :
a Pr, Wm Henry St. Dial 400-1 tthe Police Court District “‘D’ on which might end their expulsion

Nala ae se | Wednesday the 19th day of December|from the party,—(CP)
LADIES’ UNDERWEAR: In_ panties, | 151 at 11.00 a.m,

slips, nighties and brassieres in large| Pated this 3rd day of December 1951

variety at THANI'S, §.12.51—t.f.n J. R. EDWARDS,
cepa annie eiannce eA? Police Magistrate,
“OLIVE BLOSSOM”—D Class Yacht,

ROBERT THOM. LTD, _ NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
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Waups LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Seggion for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the CITY OF
TOWN will be held at the Polic
Courts, Dist. “A” on Thursday 20th

mber, at Hi o'clock a.m
Dated this 5th day of December 1951
G. B, GRIFFITH,
Ag. Police Magistrate,

District “A”
5.19 51—3n

QUOR LICENSE SESSION
hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for Féenewnl of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the parish of St
see and that part of Christ C hureh

mber at 11 o'clock a.m,
ted this 6th day of December 1961
E. A. MeLEOD,

Police’ Magistrate, Dist.

5.19 51--3n
Se
PUBLIC SALES

' REAL ESTATES

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A RGE 2 storey Building, standing
on 6, sq. ft, having a covered floor
spaee of 6,000 sq. ft. upstairs, and 6,000
aq. ft. acwnetane: Recently construct
ed, Situated on the Main Road a few
hundred vards from the centre of the
City, Por further particulars, apply

Ralph Beard, Lower Bay Street.
6.12.51—4n

EVANTON

Top Rock having 4 bedrooms, Dining
Room, Sun Lounge, 2 fully tiled Poilets
and showers with Hot Water, Moder.
Kitchen. Outside 2 Car Garage, Servant
Room, Play Room, Toilet and Shave.
The Gurdens are well laid out having #
dual Entrance. The Above Property can
be purchased fully Furnished, For viewing
Ring 5010 or 8657 6.12. 51—4n

a
WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, Christ
Church, having 3 bedrooms with con
necting Toilets and Showers Large out-
side Balconies, Lounge, Dining Room,
built in cupboards throughout. Outside
2 Car Garage, 2 servant's Room,
Laundry, Toilet, and Shower, Being
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Reduced from $1.00
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in District "A" will be held at Police
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winner of last year's Trophy. No —

able offer refused. Phone 2959 —

8285
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“PREFABRICATED” HOMES: Tt is
now possible to obtain “BETONA" Bun-
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Cement walls, Pine floors, Tiled Roof,
and heavy wooden beams for roof sup-
port Two bedroom Bungalow $7,700 00
and Four bedroom Bungalow $9,200.00,
All prices include Commigsion, Duty,
Ward-robes, Kitchen Cupboards, Paint
and wood preservatives, Loaflets show-
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HUNTBE & Co, Lid Phone ill

6.12. 51—6n
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STRAW MATS-—-Fancy designs for bed-
room at $1.44 each at THANIT'S.

5.12,51—tLfin



STOCKPORT KHAKI DRILL: The
King of All Khaki Drills, Guaranteed fast

wh olesale purchase. THANI BROS. Dial
ACB, 5.12.51-—t.f.0

TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals
Large Size American Plastic Dolls, All
one Price, 84 cents each. Modern Dres
Shoppe 4.12. 51—6n











Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany
d Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each.
You must see them at THANI'S Pr. Wm
Ury 8t §.12.51—t.on

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WALLETS; Plastic and also genuine
Leather in a variety of Multicolours,
with zipps all around also photo compart-

£1.00 and §288, Modern Dress Shoppe,
4.12.51—6n
“XMAS CRACKERS! Please see us be-
fore wou buy! Thank you, John F. Hut-
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LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION —

J] HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Seeton for the granting of Certificates | {)
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for | f¢
the parish of St. James will be held at) c
the Police Court District “E" Holetowr
on Friday the 2ist day of December 1951 | 5

at 11,00 a.m, oni, my. Ponce, 5.8, Stentor, 5,8. Folke
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951. Bernandotte, s.s, Hamburg, s.s. Sfinge, 5.5.

SYDNEY H. NURSE, P
Police Magistrate,
District “EB, Holetown, 8



“LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION | m

1 hereby give notice that a Licensing | Anzoategui, s.s. Aido Lauro, ‘Maria
Sossion for the granting of Certificates | Paolina, s.s, Esso Bruss.1s, 5.8 "Garltntst,

ft
the

the renewal of Liquor Licenses for} 5



1961 at 11 o'clock a.m s

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951. | daly Bay, 5.6. Battle Rock

SYDNEY H, NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District "E”
5.12.51—3n

————$
LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION rat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda, U

€

I HEREBY give notice that the Annual| ©

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

"Cc" on Wednesday the 10th day of
December 1951,
A. W. HARPER.
Ag. Police Magistrate,
District “C”.
4.12.51—3n








The application of Hlene Weekes or Nr
Mangrove, St. Philip. for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and galvanise shop attached to residence
at Nr, Mangrove, St, Philip

Dated this 5th day of December 1951

FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT,
for Applicant
To: A. W. HARPER, Esa

Police Magistrate, Dist. “C".

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
*olice Court, District "C” on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at 1)

v'elock, a.m,
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C’.
§,12.51—In

—<$—$—
LIQUOK LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Gordon Shepherd
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, & ©., at a board
and galvanised shop attached to residence
at Edgecliff, St. John

Dated this Sth day of December 195)

KENNETH PERC

for Applicant.
Teo: A. WwW.

ARPER, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist, “C”.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held,at
j Police Court, Dist. “C" on Wednesday
| the 19th day of December 1951 at 11

o'clock a.m .
A, W. HARPER,
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6,18.51—la

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alonza Muriel Mullin
of Gall Hill, St, John, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &c., at 4
board and shingled shop attached to
residence at Gall Hill, St, John

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

KENNETH PERCH,
for Applicant
To A. W. HARPER, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist ‘co

N.B.—This ape will be consid-
ered at a Licensing t to be held at
Police Court, Dist Cc" en Wednesday
the 19th day of Decimber 1951 at 11
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@ From Page 6 ORCHID PLANTS IN FLOWER IN
Class 8 : POTS (Class 4)
to Peasants and Tenants of Sugar , Cattleyas Brasso—any other colour —
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SYDNEY, De . 9 ° ° Caer the best Kept Green Veeetahic Libis lips — Mrs. Kenneth Nicholls
A e Se iT L.A.W. . Sec. A. C. Benthen oer ae Laelia—any other colour
her eket W in ¢é Sec. B. S. Marshall, C. Bentham, T oe
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sk Gome . —_ . che tena Ne din ee rte an Dendrobium Hybrid Miss B. Chen-
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After ‘ F if oy: will win the ashes from Australia ree eh a ian Single Specimens —
36 i the | J The task vo vaititibsi one T ts antnee ee ate } Chrvysalidocarpus Lutescens —
2 s or y , ‘arme' J. K. Wilkinson
Ran Valent had Q eur For in a row in the face of their t EGGS hued
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t ‘ Jon ve ( ’ uel unig defeats—physically and psycho- " : cae 6 J Wilkinson
1 Gome five < I 9 PRY - . logically—in the two Tests play- ne dozen white gas-—C i 1) Thrinax spp Simeon Clarke
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been the ghost of a chance when UMPIRE upholds appeal by Worrell. Richie Benaud is dismissed, L.B.W. fcr 42. West Indies v. N.8.W. Not until the season after next The Second Test is one of the ” Morris drove a ball a foot off the Sydney Cricket Ground, Nov. 16. Consolidated Press Photo. will that young batsman of high most absorbing and exciting seen] p,,,,., "I°SVES ‘Clu? Poir (‘Sipia) Single Specimen
7 i i larks ; “ in’ 4 - = tage » TOW TOUS?
ground t him with im en Siataunaaain promise, Jim Parks, of Sussex, in Australia in many years. For- (a) Mixed: 9 one-ib bottles Mirian ‘poi s: eubiei Gosie Specimen
me Goddard got hi fi c a ; oe : sen, De available again for a regular tunes constantly fluctuated with | Hinds A ce sle Inniss.
hands to it but could not hold Sports: am Ss Diary 4 meng p ofesaionais train re place in the county cricket side. no team having the upper hand ‘i i we ssn a onal bottles (each — A.O.V. .of Ornamental Plant not speci-
i d ball ach other at one time or another. fhe secretary, Lieut.-colonel until Australia eventually se~ jo rere — nee netb, bottle Sed: Shave! So See rere eee
suc ci non ba ao “a a as ig 2 4 ers, ed, 2 ¢ ~tb, y Ps oe
x . m, ‘ i Georgt Grimston, tells me he cured the match with a bright]; Mayers GRAPTED OR BUDDED PLANTS
Morris Out l bs S ou d Police Escort hopes hig Service officers will chase after runs in the second] Hot Sauce — St. Patrick's School. (Class 9)
‘ . ao . ., * + asd an ee > se ar’ 5 AVC o Pear ener ar.
After 75 minut Morris square occer u AT the age of 46, Police-consta- allow him an occasional game in innings on Wednesday. : eee one B Ra See ga \vocado Pear cree Millar
T i ber’ lw f . This match proved two things: : : : , Nar
drove Rameadhin for four but off ble Thomas Albert Baldwin, of 1951. ee 1 See | Class: c) A.OV. Henry Millar.
the next ball was enticed up the Ve Acton, W., has won the Irish open Five of the young Sussex pro- One is that the Australians make
pitch and was beaten by the faint +f} middle-weight wrestling charm- fessionals, Parks, Potter, Bates, Test cricket a deadly serious ||====
off-break that Ramadhin was u e oun r ) rs pionship in Dublin. Willson and Cogger, are on ser- business; the other aa that al- H
managing to produce, Walcoit His fellow policemen at Acton vice. So there will be at least rg ae i ctukit acai a |
eee ae 7 : . ¥ re preparing a reception for him. two ground staff jobs going in ©®! Style of cric o .
removed the bails with time to oy ' 1 0 : Fe . res
Sate herr stamped Weick When Reputation Is At Stake the spring. For these there are feat spectace, they, wil never
Re thin 30 IPPER om , aia Jol Tea ee gE mili- More doggedness to their play.
Immediaiely Hassett came in UPPERMOST in the minds of ard, iged nine and John, aged WHAT’S ON TODAY : : i We must wait till the third pos-
there was a serious muddle over thousands of football] supporters five. I asked leave to ve a pic- tary age, £5 after ee a sibly deciding Test at Adelaide
a single from Hassett Archer to-day must be this question: ture taken of the nexi lesson. The Police Courts 10.00 a.m. oT remote chance of honour on December 22 to see whether
found himself halfway down the “Why are players, picked for the 1¢ sult is printed ‘here Industrial Exhibition at “2 yr oe sce ae this doggedness will prevail. If
wicket but Marshall threw to the biggest match of the season against 4 ‘in De pad pay for a ia in it does, then the ashes of the
Witee: Dut Mar Tew t . llowed Richard was away sch.ol Queen's Park 1 p.m. only himself to keep But he -iupber will remain alive
wrong end. Even then Valentine @ continental power, allowed 10 1 had his father’s undivided Opening of New Boscobel needs to make up his mind ‘7e? WH! remain alive. LP
had time to throw at the other risk injury in League matches tian tfen, Te Hage of them shave Bridge by Commissioners Quickly whether for him there is UP.
end but Archer flung himself face ‘Our days before the big event vee yell,” ee thei 5 Leachar of St. Peter 4 p.m. ae Tabire in it a
downwards on the wicket with the | Last eer and ene aed : ear E : f Meeting of the Alliance :
bat outstretched and just got in, team sel cted jc ae ranch ai er Len Hutton himself, a i Francaise Group at Wake- Rougher Soccer
Hassett unperturbed, proceeded ¥ fa fal 3 ~ Sa wetlne ; tates, A an England crickete hi ith field, White Park 8.15 p.m. Soccer, it seams, is becoming
to repeat his performance of the ,0r Lendl UOnls, eet ated but ‘ t year, prefers golf to all as his rougher if one takes insurance
first innings although with less ee All very good, but bs Vi" ‘second game, On tours he is usu- Sunrise: 6.00 a.m. asa pointer,
azsurence Worrell was now then? Back went the men to thelr jj. the pest golfer of the parts Sunset: 5.36 p.m. If claims by clubs continue at
clubs full of confidence, only to be clal y

turning enough to straighten up

his leg-breaks and bring them on League fixtures

knocked about in
on Saturday.





the wicket. Ramadhin seemed to Mads taro dike: befote the! ani
poms * oe : i ie = 1 the team—for better or worse—has
Gurrcmeny because | pec had to be reshaped. What is the
was giving the ball 1 hance to ense of it?
bite on whet was still the most I well know the reply “The
unyielding surface. employers of the men are the
But both were doing enough ‘o elubs, not the Football Associa-
cause beth Archer and Hassett to tion, Ought not the clubs then
make mistakes but none froin {o use their men as they wish?

which they could not recover
These two took the score past 4

Reputation at Stake

hundred — and Archer was = ap- My own answer to that one !s
progching ‘his fifty w hen Worrell , decided “No.” Not when out
straightened one up off the leg- ;eputation as the “parent” nation

stump and had him Lb.w. Archer oy
lb.w. Worrell 47. Two for 123
Harvey barely had time to look

football is at stake.
At the bottom of the trouble is



the grimness of the struggle for
round before Worrell had him League points and the enormous
exactly the same way, Harvey and unwholesome importance at-

lLb.w. Worrell 1. Three for 1
Now although only eleven runs
needed for

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tached to promotion and relegation
Well, we cannot have it both





seer victory tea WS ways. The Austrians put the game
Tari) on : aay ‘ 7 against England first and thei
re liller and Hassett Knocked off qomestie football second, Sooner
i zu i mote @ runs b ter tea and or jater we shall be forced to take
ae nate wos. by seven wick- the same line Why not sooner?
‘tock-Taking Rejected Dog
Godaard has some serious stock- ;
taking to do before the third test MRS. C. H, Chandler, who has
at Adelaide at the end of the “Pent many thousands of pounds
month. He set an example to-day 0% racing greyhounds, considers



he has in Magourna Reject her
cheapest and best ever dog.

To-night at, Harringay Magour-

of foriitude
which if
some of the

and determination
could be infused into
higher batsmen would



ensure success. That is one of 4 Reject makes a bid for the
his jobs, Pall Mall, one of greyhound

Another is to make team chang- "@¢ing’s most valuable — winter
es. | imagine it is certain now that S¢mi-classies. One of his rivals
Marshall will replace Rae and-- !” this event is the “dog of the
heresay that this is—if Worrelt Ye#?,” Rushton Smutty

continues to fail in every crisis I Mrs. C, Chandler paid £150 for
seriously suggest that the free the dog when he was 10 months,
scoring Rickavds should be given His value to-day must be in the
his place, Young keen players wil] 'e@ion of £3,000. She got the dog



do better than senior men who because of a broken engagement.
fail to really appreciate that the When three months old Magouw:
West Indies expects every man "# Reject was given to an Irish
to do his utmost possible on this girl as an engagement present. The
historie tour encagement w broken off ani

One other factor has emerged, the dog returned to his then Irish
The islande were wrong to come Owner, ho aptly named him
without an expert wicket keeper Magourna Reject, Soon afterwards

he sdid the dog to Mrs. Chandle1

To-morrow at Hackney Wick in

played for his wicketkeepin



alone



Walcott does a good bx but it

lacks that sharp edge necessary the final of the Gilbert Trophy
for Test matche Godfrey Evans Magourna Reject is expected ito
would Imve had three men out this beat experienced open racers wno

afternoon. For test purposes any- M#y be his chief opponents in next









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thing less than the finest possible year’s classic showed good judgment in ‘
wicketkeeper is a danger ‘ the first six tricks with noe .

Bow the. tourists face the Ade Hutton And Sons Spade ruffs. a Heart ruff
laide wicket which will probab find three side Aces: this
be unresponsive. The batsmen ON the telephone Len Hutto’ by cOrueine tor ake ie
must score heavily the if they happened to mention to me that he made three more tricks ;
are to check the Au ian su he had “taken up football” n seenese: Aneneneereneeeenened
cess. ympany with his two sons, Rich- dun Express Service u %
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at Rugby for their respective con-
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It is a sensible and practical
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ANYTIME, ANYWHERE

Tom Haliburton can yet win
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Rainfall: .O1 in,
Tofal Rainfall for month vo
date: .86 ins.
Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F







He tied with Reg. Horne Hen-
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PACK TWO n.Min.VDOS ADVOCATE THIRSDAV. I) Cafuh CaJJinq H' I %  1 0 v. < %  ips' presentation of *** *** .H school bolli %  %  '—anal. %  i4th at t hi. Pro%  %  i .1 %  under 1.1. fan* awl Miss V \. uUttf ihr costumes. • Congratulations C OHORT .... %  Limited. Trevor has liccn in Hie nvvsp. has had a vnrird Firm In the i-ompanv orjndBtarttai %  %  %  : whan he wa writer and euh tI >cars. 11 lha Advertising MeUon -I the < the Thompson ll..il.. I I turn he wa.s n Manage r '• Of (MM fell at 1 know him batter M "Bookie" Mil J ighl >ul >n 1MI and IN*. Boo of 1 I I.I <" ManafUi ^j of the Advocate Co., Ltd., and? Mrs. Gat.ohvu.i. M of a familv of journalists andE publishers. 4 i iii-.iit-iik. if... II.M. .. Mjr*. Mr. Forsyth fails to bring out Passion \i %  ui.t\ is iint-.tui self-expri"-tiun. Iir.•'.;i % %  •• i••> % %  is more convincing than irtilh Art is iii ihninv when lied lo fads. V-lard's Ufa wa devoted to violent di.|.. the Pope and the Church in %  i and died • i 1 hi* aognint the %  n s given the km, and al yean later she %  i beside lum. A great which tali for the lompoaer the historian I :.*Ure it* r'l >R(i!VF me if I n enta, bul afte %  i H. l". % % %  York's I am onot more imfjra>ae-J by ili< play based on a real Mi titty. rhe aulhcr. Mr. James For.' %  woman. Tnu i* well known to ihe indomitable *"e wa* uOUOf) alira* f ubltc who are able tn n< t tl? %  the ....> a**M trie mmu an. hird Programing on their radw '"'' merely me boaj Mi Michael Powell, who "• presents and produce* the play. *"d M Notre Damrcome hae previously shown count* n Aajtlerd aj icnoUatM lecturei. high atMlit> by giving us such an event that had a | rims as Hed Shoea and The Talen u fluentupon ihe tninaer* M %  I Hoffmann, and the warm ap'hat time. It also had a proplauae at the end of the play was '"und influence upon the youth%  - part a personal tribute to him '"I Heloiaa. who fell hoptleaaly 1-et us make the prepo-terons • -ova with him. suifgcition that Mi Powell hid The girl's uncle who. like mo>-. evei heard, except vaguely, of *'•* men was a fool, not onl-. i it her gentleman fnenu invited Abelard to bo his ntece Abel,ird. „ n l thai Mr. Forsvtl' "''or but had him come and llv. ',,. K ,, came lo him with th. auueaUo., *" >•*".. They fell lo tov. of writing a play about them. *'"• **>* Abelard a son. ,uvl th, \ ,K t hough Natural Mr. Powell would ask were secretly married irhM lum what the plot was. you will agree is the wrong order "It has everything." the author "events. They look their owiIghl arall reply AUI.rd was the house, but •n M > Heluise realise.! — of a noble Breton houaV lh "> "•* husband's career wo being damaged she upenlv ft %  ihe marriage and went back l th lut uncle. Ihua reducaj i %  <- pU>v j .siintlienl's piiH "ill ajgaj till i.l.i Hiih i-.iili luuik nn M drum i i. ueril on a si ol aaaaoa," alie • lo n .i %  a Nil i|i round hi-r shouldi-rs. -id Marrlrd llirrr Majfll i In America tfter thrlr Tradition A 1-MOST everyone at '.he Exr V hibittoii voL-rdiu u.i. V.IMIinn the -iraditloniil" new new .Iress etc.. gad thos,who'jw %  to bu. On Tour Jfyf" IN A8C0U0H, diA .V .. || /\ M y a KM puHfl weurine thai '• i n f ( PJ In, Hi I L After a good various axhlblU, flrai it -* l-efreahmeiit atnll and tfiere we IT t V 1 rail Ustae TMrata quencl ed, the ''Try Youi Luck' l*it(i .i!h .1 \..i ,. %  '.of i live* priz.-s attracted iar|a crow throu! last night found g tertl| .1 \' rowd Mill ahroosjlDj reluctant to go home (the same com_ B crowd .should lie evenmuin grwtar, >tlM Con Do %  r, ii i U present in Jamaica will join M, Ascoiigh in Puerto Hii n company him on his tour. H HCY Ih, Qov•ropr aent a penonol teleOne Way Special Meeting SPECIAL Meeting of tinCodrlngton High Schuol Old Ciirls' Association was held at the lb on Tuesday aftcin | %  ling wai to ase> 1 the then Pn I V i lanod Sh<%  .. ui!-. '..f Kiii'L.ti" on Di.cn: UOM wa \ tfOtl "I ikm all those firms and poopla who had helped make . %  : tin Crane Hotel OQ October Kith ., %  UCCOBI Tlsg dance was held in aid of the \in%  • % %  iii Mcnmiial Fund. Talking Point IiVptUaiiim is u'hai men and iMak nf us; character is id nuil htt nnpels fcnotc bean i t.-rl-il ,t rba oldoai BOO ; tng hla wordly estate would be ., %  0d MI. -:leset in vaM fields and I i it Mould he too eoathr for a shun episode in a play. "And now." Mr. Porayth no I doubt said, the storv ifo Pans.This, of course, wag | Hfferenl iaii*_how ofton it iiurleti into the breaeh to save .. i > I -1 i.i ,i iiiu-ii-.l enmeil.v. Paris' Now we are latUna -omewhere Within Hi. pr locta Of Notre Dame Ihere llVOd lha eminent Canon Kulbc-u with his young and pntty rtlOOg RgsOfga, whiV i OsM gtaaaa to totoUacnd even .i Kill for phllnannhisal rapartoa was basiB.B.C. Radio Programme aid ..,.!. ,i.;. i WOULD COPYH10HT RFSEPVED —L.F. T IWO o'clock in uiuad lei 't.i> %  % %  ] aon ol fiHind —Thomas Paine. Incidental Intelliiencei STam lo John Coddard yeaterda. "Good luck to you all. Possum H Ul H,r'7 r M ld *'"r iU V" i'"" "s: 1 ': 1 "'^ U flU ,H U v h,c '"cyclWii rpilROUGH this door pass the "• ft* uu sSnsr %  they know they can." rJUblUon, L.E..S 1 BY THE WAY o o o By Beachcomber i-l IM-I I i: < MiiKMi BY GRAPE ( sassg in Itmim.nrr. Shop \MHlitl lllllOUN | ROM TOHI L-IIOItM. W HEN little Agiitha Qffjr%  %  n Hi,, of 6, the wren) to open her ,;ea-chest on \'. morning (ConHniKii on POOS 1 i. IMuifiyrkyn Initk THE pea-track up Llangyrkyn. the mountain which towers over Aberbananer, Is almost uaterlogged. During u piartjce push yesterday, Evans the Hears.was bitten on the nose by a small li';h. which ate Ihe pea. There is a fear that this sort of thing; may bring IM-H -pushing Into dis< redlt. W.t weather would give Evans nn advantage, aa Jlvlo Wosherbocker Is aecuitomed to tne specially prepared tracks of Nevada. The i -nN %  of Ai. r l>nnaner have not rOraoUoa tin day when nn Arab | in a mat.ii a| AB I a> %  %  %  a submerge-l 1-HIIIUT with his nose, during a thunderstorm, and had lo retire from V 'A rial / vilurulional tmnlion' I T is staged thai a 01m about Ihe manufacture of aluminum, called "Unfinished RainbOWB, H has broken all records. I hope this will set a fashion for films about the rotatory raothod ..led pips into pre-frozen Jam. the varnislii-h of dumnu Ioflboi n-> %  c %  t.tiners, the partial renovation of giisturbincb and ihe ilxlng of Hying buttresses or hardened gelatine lo wood-fibre ssjpt*. M) own recently nlm about haodasg for dredger-buckets ,s cdled "Dud On The Sun." Trn-la-la / The clipped dialogue, so popalar deruveti Hie irars. has piren MOM ; %  > u BpleaOsMT M ronianB0ff| UHOMOl 1.. N but a %  %  %  Barosj Silvio: And death but ., a scullion's lullaby (to m lha arlndl) eoirldom of lit, rhfjti (,„, i %  etna '""t the n.ound t green Cheese will nibble II Into BrnamatU-. my echoing brain and whisper %  a fststtg ill ift of disconsolate rain upon the tumbled battlements and triph a.rh of th, ruran Mhrto: I knock at your imperial heart. The creaking '' M %  .' ., ,.. |, Of ,ll .1 1,i DBBDI etlna t Hie itid. nor cast my indomitable anchor in a quagmire of radlanl nidlfTtnaa %  W HY do M many urtists grow beards?" M as sensible %  KIOI. u-.ii.u % % % %  Yet i am mar di start a coi a tan aw l ss x a or An Mid song says that H-iin/oi, got IU name from the fact that th. H.>ibiron artists all had beards like bison, harbes de Daaona. i baUeva MlUat'a atudlo i. Kiiii shown Ihere, but the da firand would !" %  q line, or the Aiple Noir al Fontaine hi. JU • jueen Victoria once trod m lh> i Cardinal %  I i/n Hn-ii* ami Iht aaaj #/t/i A RECENT mlinr. that a gaa man may force his way Into %  I! ptobabl) lead to a sudden and startling increase In the number of "gas men." in fact, outside houses inhabited by i Husir I.-on %  „,„ i NM>I Analvio —: ii i Tl* Kf.. 13 IP m pm Ttir Ni rfew, • n i. %  • MliiS B-ore. Wfc. US i %  Plpr n..n.1 i IS, 4 10 p.n. The nl|. T..I N.-iK Hrord.. IN %  m Bcntllah Masaa i. .-. ...m>.,. •• %  *>. lid !t|H>ii. Tan p.m Th Nf->. .. Aiwlvil*. t IS |i.m r A.t" loba Mflcnlf AnlOii> i K T. Hnrv. p ni Bsaaiar] J ii*W1---KIIIS. a an r ... i %  with cosily furs nnd the queues of "gas MM to lie forming al%  Vilu Brevis mixing i, cocktail In her boustotr, was yesterday i to see u man with | miniature gas-meter In hla button hots eoming in through low. "Who are you and whal do you want?" | 'I'm your new gas man." said Ujh, "and ,t you think lo read any dirty old %  M another guess "Frt'tl. rwnr in out of Ihv ktwt I C ObLB rOBS Of odd scraps of information t in paru of Syria traaola haroa gf* bu ihe l-qsilaiid had Its %  I 1MB. etc., etc etc | eoUOcton should not miss the that "the tanporatura alwve the earth is 308 BbOTa boiling iwlnt." .t i of the race-islands, or port, of call for lunar rockel no. 3B(c). will be able lo "i at tin ft ptleh helmet* with daTI Natlhl ir'"lici..r. 1 ..St. .... B.M r.M. h rMUnalRc Dall, ...5 a 1.3* p.m Giv*Your Overseas SEASONS GREETINGS Hy Radio Telephone ^athfy Ih.l luntini; I.. >i>. il. to your f'rlrnd. -nil ..mil, OTfr.e* QIN Ih.m i .mi.,,-, darlni Ihr IV^IIvr Sruan. Dial fHt and book your Calls HOW (ABIE I WIIIIIISS and THI. KARBAIKIS TUH'HONF CO. are al your Service For Rales see Telephone Directory page xiii III ft # 4 BTOWN RANGE LAND & BRAND of FEAR uaioHi uu •TO*, MASKRO sjora a Kl h%-\1' , Al-IloTT 4 1Li isM %  4 *T A OIRTIN CAIFf t 1 0 ^ Dial 04 IOIIM loiu-i i.. a s.ss s~ I'l K.l II II) AI.OII S^ H.>ll KATHBoHNF ANII %  WNA1 i UIIKIN AK 'STYXHJ ""l -:li.M in -t S ~ > ... ,-M •I.i SI MUSI IH i. < Mwroau) rai o\i->rn ROM car" a DSp it IIKIAN m ^llisTH ..flln. DALLAS" GLOBE TODAY ONLY 4.30 i 8.15 PM — LAST SHOWS "RIDERS OF THE RANGE" TIM HOLT oJACQUELINE WHITE AND "CMOSSFMME 0BSRT MITCHl M o— ROBERT YOUNG fts%.*. ^' Prell> nnd Intense I am afraid inal Mr. Forsyth has beer. tag weight %  terial in the plot, ami has ralM to bring passion and I %  his task. The fault .Mil. nun .ind not a/rth tool "dor*. In fact, Miss Stobha' i great liking for actresses) %  fl stage | -ha gives a i ,• ii.ifiitin.nt*. M,icken adds to life by <-onvincing us that Tile u-\i\ .-idv.Mik I;1CJITI and sparkle after a quick rub with Vim 0 th. Vim cleans quickly. MnOM EKCI bright and polished.wnhoi: -nvis and pans, >ink JIIJ baih. — all cleans everything smoothly and s; -^edily EMPIRE TODAY OXI.Y—4.3 A 83t P.M. Unlversul Double . •• BJB Of-' I UK Hit 'EH • and ABBOTT & COSTELLO in— W1h MUVATB& #l#f HOME Oacninc Tomorrew 23t A B.Jtl .mil ('•tnliniilng lll 4.4S t.3a WhalT Made I V v w PAUL HENREID ;. %  Ui aaaasta II O X \ ITOIIAY—l^st 2 Shom-s 4.3* ai HI:. Reaablk Whole -*rrial "RADAR PATROL vs SPY RING" Tomorrow onl. 1.3* AUS Republic Double Rov ROGERS — Dale BVAMI in DON'T FENCE ME IN' WEB OF DANGER" wllh Adol MARA — BUI KENEDY OLYMPIC OPENING TIIMIIRRIIH 5 A 8.13 THI MOST IXCITINO MOTION PlCIuai (NAT %  Vlt • %  OUGHT TWO ODI.T STAH TOOITMIRI %  Tuff Tod.} a Tomorrow 4.M I.IS M.G.M. Doubla . Rlcardo MONTAI.BAN in— "BORDER INCIDENT" AND "ON AN ISLAND WITH YOU" Color by Technicolor with Either WILLIAMS i/atns-t dtewa/it //feaicfi P ; ON. ..in No HIGHWAY IN THE SKY ( %  OM H( ON...IT'S anil SHUT !" suiriNii-pacviD DRAMA Of A MIDNICHT-TO-KaWN ADVINTuai... %  )' 29-. HO TaAa. On). .M A Ml i'niled Artist Double . "STRANGE WOMAN" AND "INTRIGUE" GEORGE RAFT Saturday to Monda* 4.1a A 8.!'. 20tli C'-Foii Double . Richard WIDMARK. Dana ANDREWS in— •• llll IHIIIAIIN AND tin tnu in %  HI IM#I S ** Starring OBAan WEBB. Myma U>V lls Belee4ere's (ireate^t Flelare X Y Tomarraw Onl T 4.U IB Universal Double . Robert BEATTY in— AGAINST THE WIND" AND NIGHT CLUB GIRL with Tn IUIU Rh.thm n....



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TIIIRSDAV nrC'EMRKR G 1931 RARRADOS ADVOCATE PACE FIVE More Cattle of High Standard at Exhibition AT Till: t:\HIKITIOY From Fag* 1 H soon Hon., II.I ExcaUi %  %  .ufacturing Co., Ltl., 1 .... 1 itl lint prun. .'... ' i i ] still plenli i i 1 Mr. John Bladon', five-year-old uyrnktiana. white Dull Turner" Terrible To.** dual.', and Sheep W a* selected the best exhibit ..[ Th 6 • : la Turk", whow I iithting also a last year's. In U bits*! the be:.-, sheep %  Qg axbib11.-"An] %  ant in by Mr QUf M.iBeeond was Mr. I. shall or Chiton st Thoniaj artao and third HV. DaL DMI Hull Terrier. 91 lUaaon'i -Nikkle' I I •*.k 1; awarded first prize for being r ow. Sex%  • '.:; l) W WUag itiihp. rriar also won in Iha Goal MKUOD, HI C B. rsl tirtsa doc umg the beat Fox Mr. QanM od'g smooth black and white i won by Mr. Arthiu Kiou ..f I-.. Bd l>y Mr. D. W. Hal) while Mr. Gu %  '*< %  selected the beet, AlaaBd was Mr. J. Alleyne'i outttancu-unt.and third Mrthgn Dr K Nulmil's "Th.-. • ,-xh.bit m M ,i:l > w*h "J"^y" %  ..us clw waa won b) Blacfcatt while Mr Arcbla Kimt '* y • --' went to a member of ihe B ri a n ca I Bt rartdka SchooL YMmne Powers i-f tha narnl Induatrial Srho..l wa* llnl MM for link Shaddock n, am;-lode Manufactured and M..M n.ih.iii. Article* vhiblts in this section i erf a rery high .tandnrti .mfortunately haU and *i*> 'v In. h BOB I i|>h Maxwell %  • li.u .,. %  y *-A %  i -i • n fin him .i Kn Pn/f PRIZE LIST I I I I l:l < 1... I .1 II...I. PHI Mr. J U . %  Cakwri MIHw %  %  MH r Hunt* I, %  It. %  ML llnfll* MM-, n I.Nr.l. I..T1.. B|| .Ilflrl.nl carried oh* the Cup for graded n.iich goati wtOi onh of kids. Graded doe kid"* weiv waa Mr. li. w. BtouWi The best bitch on show was Mi. VUaa* -.Susan'" which also earned iff first prise for being the bast .per ami ..__ ,. ,; .. Ml C 0, Maiming won ilrt the best exhibits ... quality and Mr. H. Taltt woi. ti first prlxa and Cup for the best Sj l h d \Z^£ VC £^£*T' kid. brad, reared and owned by %  und M !" K Zeldman Drat %  he exhibitor. TOP LEFT Mr. Ouy Marshall* Wiltshire En Bond* II" which won tbs Ds Uma Cop for tha baat eslulut in the Sheep clui and also tha xpacial pnie for the best bred ewe well aa a flnt prise for the bast brad awe. two Uath and over. TOP R1QHT Mr. Archie King's "Minnie Ha-lla". winner of two silver challenge cups yeiterday one for the best goat on show and the other for tha goat giving the most milk. BOTTOM LEFT Mr E C. Hille Orade Ayrshire which on the Perpetual Challenge Cup for lha baat Milch Cow bred in Barbados. BOTTOM BIOHT Fox Terrier •Klkkl". owned by Mr*. J. H. Wilkinson won the prlae for balm the beat puppy of the Show. Boanwavtllla, i ap*inweai, all HM rittM *tMmM\ n.ia.iu. sisk> ap*.-mi> i %  Caana. anwl* aiMCimm Mm I r.n,ni. kinalr BvHU Huial* T>P. 'iiwi % %  peasBswai * asttai n.i.u. id second prizes for Dachshund* green beans, graen eschalot and tics. Silver Kings. Jay Hawk Mail Of the special prizes Mr. Wllca lettuce were quite up to standard. Kings, and Blue Kings were •*> ried Tomatoes were poorly reprecellcnt exhibits, and a great Imsculpti l % %  i four baskets of cauliflower and Wds that hav, %  ome excellent ne..d lettuoa at tha In recaW jma % %  • %  variety, Better HrredinK <.„ two, Mrs. Wilkinson one gad The improvement bl U BtsWOI) ! %  ing of goats was due to the crossu.l.u I i TI'HI-' iug with th. At.Kli li.UKh strain. Ail axfalUta, me HIOM_, snnttr ane did no* kooa tXMtM 3t this section* I wood quality. Vl % %  • an d not up to last If the pro.. ,..,!( is oontliiu relieve the tin % %  "^ nd was awarded a special the middle and low ine highest number of groups would find it difficult to points—76. secure sufficient milk to supply The most outstanding exhibit Ihelr families. waa a larga r -ii u a n stool of "P [ Another sti>f\ing ggaagcl I thai '' ,:,: '''' lubmittgd bg Mt. Pleas-"" the milk produ %  I % %  %  Plantation with 131 canes. anhTNua help to raise the mitnMt. I'leasant was ..bo runner up The ructuri' was llkht for the %  --lard of supplyinK HBC'" >hls aectlun wllh M points while h (ul( hiiMt. Wilton %  drin. point* of HaM prlBM with his One wait a Firs'. I *p.r> atnfle Kpn-niwTi am-i. any of these for a sculpture In soup, a second been exhibited f„r ope in wood and an I the H.imei am) for OtM Bfl ... Irr In 1*DM M 'Uth rases the awawl qeitsttr a*J effectively. Remem•at, b %  nsla trraiK on the iviirm '".h i the biggest danger from several healing sgwnta wtakfa Juvtlve the itrangluut. gem laden accumulaiini ui ihe beoSKhial lubtt. in Ball M] .' awatM '*>. n.-rmal breathing. The P.phasooe treaunent i> i i SsaaBtl Mod log 10 uie<.ti nodUni to mtialc Kg BaW aoadk comae, ihere is alwa> i Pas rapid relief trm AtdH elwavt keep a eupply >'!, FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE * %  "--" • > "I •' '• te i • is a toss no. f.O. tat IK. gf.it.lei las* Uier 0 were ehw some good Mo ( 0* UM N%  ( xh .b,ts' !"".• '"-';>' l"!" '* ^ atfi in by Ada erhlla the beets and i tandard. There however a notable abaenci Furniture The furniture section a good standard and It noticeable that all the rsxaption informed to modem design. good representation with the ,, :dl a Modenas a* being Ue greatei in 0riwh(|( ^hJ,, DUnlhu*. 1 Sprrlm... H i N laassaab IMIIIIIUI". giagla S|-. ,, lltr WalB tubmitted by Mrt. lloIUnsed. M Uerher*. Sinaiv. Sinai* Hixcm I BCSS. 1 HprrinM.t.1. "B" 1 slure, Christ Church. U-mg ii>t ill, pulleLs an,l Mr. Gerald King of Pine Hill winning a first prize wiih ;, BM cockeiel which also *^ won th P cup for tho best exhibit On show. Tho Plymouth Rocks l :.Uful and showed good first prli with bin wbler "Calypso Singers," Lord. ria. DimMr Sinaiv HpHin f..i Ihe best ll.bl.rii.. S pro mm., all iliB-i*..! Vi. Nr.dlecrufi BxhlbHi in thai divatlon showed m.-. i—.. %  M -... were pientiiui ana snowea gwu —\ improvement in all lines Uepromute. "d?" being more exhibits than gat difflAmona th.. Game birds then BVwVMUa year*, they were of a Th-' h, the peasant ~en,.,r. M l^anw the workmanship !" !" !" very tine exhibits, better quality. .<> %  '. %  and finish erf the exhibits were T| ', ne> o( tho This improvement was most obIf ,t were possible bunch of CSVBM A %  > \ B. B4104 of .. hlflh standard. In a '' ,,,A m m " In Ihi. Uous in Uie nnbrolderv -Xliw. iBSt*. Sinaiv Hpx-lixn Mil Vanl .ill diffririit Mi Yard 1*1 l.iliv.A"..ivili.. Sinai* aprrlim M'l H llltlrn. I.I I.lll** iliirhaiiaH Nii.alr aHmw Mi. J W Chandlei UIIM lA.OVl Sllisle Miwcmxn tl.l I that mutton from this source Brat prize let thll exhibit, satisfy the Field Veuelablcs local marl The number ttf exhibits wart 'V' 11 ^. erc j~ r <*""lr i comparison wl.h past P'-T^' .1 !" E u .'"i,, !" ,. uwil standard. the quality waa raaaonTjzSdM^iSnMm^Jtmau* Tho duck entllei wcre vcty Induced Ihe Exhibition Committee ably good. The exhibits of pumpr £ u,, { h J!",,^""3 Thert was a disappomtlng. There being onl> Letter coUaction of dining tables two single entrlei and one pen. 1 ll than had been 1080 fi some Arts and Ifaiidlcraflo .!/.' ..11,1 the addeaa aant m yaara, Of the five exhibits Mr. in the section for models and not up t" si.itni.ii.l. YamHugh WalcoU of Chelsea Rood. \ 0 y* the exhibits although fewn .. in number. This carried off 'he flrsl and second were of ,1 highei itaUdaVd th • axpactad due to the late prizes. Along with the fir : .t prize |is t year, except for the doll. Inf of the crop and thfl (Bd ho wag Ihe winner of .1 peelnl which did not coma Up to thv which weuint Ihe "' rt P ,Uhfd pi f2 %  "'" '' ** %  '" is. ,. 1 ,u %  '';" "" ,. %  tin. %  :. uwual. of furniture. This waa praaantad tlon were carried cS bv the ex" '" (i: ,: 11 ""'" %  nurebred hohteina ''' monufneert with \ „" Jer^ ts mn. %  • ''"' "" h M "-"" '" Other Cla^e B I, ? Yli Tcil.ll'"' who Ckhis the bigbeat number of points in !" high %  peawaaa M>| II -.,.1s,-. to rainon t Uu centre ..I Q %  I to lha OUtskirts wra sheltered from the heal of the sun. II,, % %  :,. I to i < %  nted more so by tin %  gooi variety of baby booties. Pletortil lMintm-raphy If W I:. phcsaagrapli 'f .1 1 worker holding liie mchor of tha M V AthaJbrooai He takes Ihe IVipetunl Challenge Cup from Mr. J, 11. Peacock who won II in 1H49 and again in 1931). Mr. Hell also won second prlso IUI. Afilc.ii. M>. •' II.Hum %  •mini Klnalr Sclii>rit llawklxi 1 mm Mr. 1 —1 Hi**. ll>bnd P^rpvtual* 1 Spaetnall dlMerenl Omenintaitl llmi.* Ko*M. Iltbnd Parpalaab. I'.llnti. II N LMCock. H. Sinai f.-i photograph i>f ussassfnas M .. in ne| | TH I KIM*. Piilvantna. Small H<>. iiyiHia PeisaatM IHM Mi. II ll..s -II llnalr Bpeetnwii ...r-iii-n. %  •„... COW bred in Barbados witn his • %  nagaam uuawn u. ,-!,.,..;.... crize* and wan tha Orada Ayrshire. : and quality o( exhibits, i ^,"" The peasants and dairy keepers and also tha Bl !" ",,'n " UK produced a line ..Ue.-.i<.ii gad the Una l^e potatoes, one of tha rnoat ' SWCB There wag n fairly hu p In thll number of buUg sent In waa iha ou t a t a n dl n g beat for in.my yaara, Mr. J. W. Ml smith of Rouan, maasttalnad Fruit icy few pure bred holatelns The exhibits were batttt i with Bulkeley Ltd.. cairylng off !|UJ | llt mil Iiu ,„ber than last yeai mm* among them her of exhibits in this section and of a good standard. They included a group of largja white-. —.1 CC4l action pgofaahty never before seen at a show In this irnad •' second place honours. ent produced. badddck"gant In by Mrs. %?* for competition, another flMCC Tod(Is ,„,. whk ., ^ „ ectlon of animaU f.. mc L,,^ ^^ tD ^v* J^,. i upstanding exhibit w-l displaced, as far as the show ••"" %  l % %  :..—-• [ayhaw of ntt • i'.u also exhll K.i this he also received sow f..i which he got a Brat prize, reputed to weigh 700 Jbe, Exhibit, of bananas and planS*** nM uood. Ruth DOVafJ of *"i w Lord Richmoiid and weighing 1.815 lbs. Sir;.ii and Bl nip There a cano sugar and cane syrup. Iv had CM IHter. This in the class Z years and under 4 years. SUGAR CHANGE IN the -UK"1 Bd %  action than WM M UUltad this year %  ; i %  : Lha "lute granulateil. Th" exhibits were ol | I .; that this sug-ir will )%  uatd 1-iigvh for household purposes the %  Is to be congratulated. In the section for Clear Crystals Edgecumi* rAsrxssd lag ami in that i.-i Yellow CrystaU Sandy Lane carried off the tkrst. Warrens both sections. Andrews won tha lirst for Dark Crystals with Lower Estate second and Pool third. MlAealo Arthur M alators Sinala Hpwiin... H I W I'haiHlko i i Mmiai.ii. 1 BaeainasiM, Mlaa r Hlph*ld Innia, Minialui*. %  Spvr Intern &f lent M ......i, A O V gwassHrt IOV, 3 Specimen., all I '..;.Sprclnwii llawbl Mi. I***.* lold kl Jni. n model of a bungalow, comthe sugar division. Andrews Fathapmans Viilagt. s*,. I n...m. Amonp „,„,.,. succff< .f u i r ^m. plaU with clectrn light flttuiga, tory. St. Joseph, carried off • : ' !" P !" f ""'".' paUtorg were Mi. Qarflald Lynch whu-h was sent in i tint prba %  s while Castle of Qn VUi(k |(i _. k< G( lt)ll lt ... llf ,„ .. Edgecuml>e. Si Philip ;i -i>i-iv siie waa awarded First Prize for her Icing Display of "AC Flowers". laist year Bht won with "The Hat". She also won the second prize with "The Old i-. big in tha Bhoa \ 1..-.I. I 1 1 !!'! %  V ,,'.s .: i< i % %  M Wo.xlw.mls of St F'.itrnks School with 'Vartwdoa" Thta BM lighthouses around won nearly all I in d off Plral i '!/ %  for butter bread, whole wheat meal, plain sweet, machine sweet and Fancy sweet, [noa %  Oa gal i ft I • Plain Sweet und J A R Bakartaa, First prize fn %  nalliaa, M0 on nouwhoid l i.ru.tntnafft rage C 1 III-I %  OKI Mill (lax III ,1rr.t,ium lltbetd J %  |,-.i...,l.,n. • i N'al I'aihlnaon Vandaa Hybrid* Mi. i ll.bridaprrWa II %  •art M .II am-irni %  !-. %  gwaahanl |,..M..,. HOM %  • J A Hum* Mi A Hulrl IilVialON is NBgaUl %  " %  ( |aaa l-l %  •• aaS B*Si*M> %  ",. i* M l.alf yird IKI" a lac* un' •p'IS*d Mi A.t.i-. Pal i Ta1tin. ftnl.twsj Arti.lOf %  %  a |HM Mix Jull* llalt.l CVimpIrl* ra*nl •fnbroldWS %  oration — Mr.. J of exhibit were submitted. First ze loi preserved paw I III M ## PKRI'i MKS tit llfilnifil I'riri'H i im rut: \%I.\S SKASOIV OXI.V (fd ,n affMtafl fran* l. I'.rfumes by Ouerlair pj ices. OrleJgwJ I'M. r $35. BBB40 J30 00 $30 00 tJBJN S30IHI S3d BO S30.00 BMJM ttooo SBtVOO • is.rxt SI 5.00 VOL DE NUIT... POL AROICI JLYSEES POUR cure ,,i RUSB VAGUE SrjtJVENiK D'OR RU1 DC LA PA1X QUANDe VIANT LfTTO DAWAMKSK Sale 1'rlre BSI.1S 121.15 I9..-) S1BIHI S19 00 SI9.0O JI(r f 19.00 flB.OO SI9.O0 t B.W $ HIH) e II All II ISO. \S Broad S. DESSERT KNIVES AND FORKS AT BARGAIN PRICES. At a bi,: discount we w bail i known to I "fnistiiit.-il .in, ii, ntly wc efui i'iTi i %  tar below their i eul value 100 D0Z. E.P.N.S-A1 FORKS ACTUAL VAI I I AT I B \Bt M i'l OUR PRICE-58 CENTS EACH. 96 DOZ. STAINLESS STEEL KNIVES WITH MIRROR POLISHED BLADES AND WHITE XYLONITE HANDLES. SHOULD SELL K. IB Ml ft LBS! TH OUR PRICE-62 CENTS EACH. TIIK A PraOA CHLNQ reSTIVAL SEA ON WILL MAKK EXTRA DEMANDS ON Vein: TABLE APPOIN1 MENTS Bl I Bl I NOW IS THE TIME TO BUY! WE TAN Al.so OFFER A GOOD I IF I.I IULAB STUCK 11 %  TABLE, DESSERT AND T I tBLE DESS8RT, SOUP, TEA, AND COFFEE, SPOONS, CAHVIM; SETS ETC, I %  a a m M %  m ^ aa r m HARRS0N S 1,1 2)64 %  '1 i % %  r i" 13 n i i j -, A n o B a a %  %  %  IT'S HERE AGAIN I m ". Im PURINA MILK CHOW .; •^1 H. Jason Jones & Co.. Ltd. DitttibuMM ir Vsr.W.V. B .V.V.V.V< KNIGHT'S l)HL<; 9D0RES HANDY AMERICAN TOOLS 4rf\^j You Should Nr Motor Wilhoul . SOCKET SETS OPEN END SPANNEHS BOX 4 OPEN END SPANNEHS SOCKETS from V to 1'." TORQUE WRENCHES RATCHET HANDLES EXTENSIONS SPEED BRACES WALDEN WRENCHES SCREW DRIVERS 3 4 5 6" B And LARGE SUCTION TOOLS Wm ECKSTEIN BROS.



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TIURSDAY DECEMBER C. 1*51 BARBIM1S ADVOCATE CtMV !" HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKiY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY —-" j— -\ %  I 1 '. MKCUAI % AIlGUf WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A REDROSE n A SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA IT IS GOOD TEA. for reliability n>'n<-iurM bf \L\ H6HIIIINS FMIEMU 1 i.l Inn i.t: w 1 i ul \MU IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offe rs to all Cash and Credit Cus tomers for Thursday to Saturday only" M"MI,\I OFIIIIS r i^r;„ i ,i|„i,irii^iir Branrhm. TWM3S33T S|>< i|(lilsl<>n • %  mil S'wnn Sii ,, i Usually Now Bot3. Gilbeys Spanish Sherry (Qls.) $2.98 2.60 Tins Chivera Raspberries .77 Gd I ii illj How Pkgs. Jello Puddings .23 .20 Tins Kardomah Coffee .98 .80 Pkgs. Polar Icing Sugar j .37 .34 Bottles Frontenac Beer .26 .22 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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I'M. I SIX HAKHADOS ^lVOCAIK Tlll-RSD.W. DECrMBKR 6. 1131 CLASSIFIED ADS. TELEPHONE 250.. rot* ntv:vi HOUSES PERSONAL up to M and • eaMS ear additional •ord Tinu e< m l* pe n %  10 and 4 p tn Netleaa onls aile* % %  . ord I i*h Plv 9111 K The cha-ae pa Birlhi. Mafiiaeei pdAl MM i ') I w on week dai ITT>|M AefcrmWll.i .,!. %  I MM •* i.i |i MM toW i Kumbpf of void* up to W. and ..m Kt >ort p*Mk-4f7i M • rrnU per M en Sundail l*r %  v.: |\ Ml Ml.LI \M (.IIIIL.. V .Tt, ill he ANXorM E.ME vr* I Oil SAIK AI K'MOIH I. • %  I JMN .Trirrt^rHM kM% lull* lurnlahed Hem Januar. IBM It,,.MM 4 11 11 Jn '. IVAN .._ Gavaroment Hill. II ati.haal O From Page S Article in MMMU lineal at stnbTOtdiv. port, BB : TN I'loih II ........ P-.1* delen, Tray Ck.ii.. Ousel Towv4. %  ale Cealre or Banner In while a* Ultra! — N. Arm-teend ArUrlM a* lite** in •.!• %  — artHMl ..141 blioul Annie in Machine Ban braider. -VaoaM rt i N-I %  ..•>. %  taBS. 4 H >i .% %  .-I ; %  .' %  -' "Ifdw OB'ti W I all U WHO III I I, perree* e..nd.tlae> Apt*! 14. fcedUi.d. rUi.MltUu i m BSadttlOB 1 I MmnM | A ...In AM V.: *H BOYAJ Telephone BOM. I It II *>,.d — uvmatr-n lot JIM M i.iiiil II IT rei(")*Od !.(..(. IMt. ., M< Barer P-ieei ——1.1,1 Hart. i.m i***in I Street, Bride,*!"*" The ""CMIiil appii%  .mate updi.lie. on ..Id.—..-d I I A BAJUtB Co.. lid I OK SALE On Show At exhibition witn ih r I ,i Q.ieen lal 46Ii IIEIHIE TrMMWEH UH atOeJ—On eno*. SHOP A *T4A I Fr-4 lCM> MKCIIANICAl, '.i.luiX MM complvlv .lh nil a n — m m* Karbadoi im-n A linn W r* lii-,i.ll\ |i| -; .! % %  I Tlpbon I.I.I ... %  %  nprwKiTivr. Al %  rvtm. Kxinrwnreil .*.".*'l I.1UI I. MlSCfct.l.ANl;OUS AMKHICAN BRABKIRRro WI..W. .U M M. II M Nc*iT! D.- %  MM Modern D.." 4 llll-dn AUUtU .\S AMU < ANAU1AN Ul.AfckWAIIF. nilnfci..d fflt-M, ll*r..tl ColouMui ..id Wino OtMH -II %  .... i WD POXTAOI UTAMM WAITCD W|.-J #.d ptlc lor iM-o rtmpa ol |M Hrill-h WM IndlM II ...m. -... . I. •.IJgJ, .„ wisni rss T i nimlMfJ, II J^P Hing %  %  •*> ... HUck MM 1 JMMjh •.•*-* %  M IH .14N9TICSS i u & n.dl.U (NNIVI-I r m Cllll I.IICN-4 HANDBAfiS Ualkvi li.nMa< To.. (<* M llandban lU MMmUtaf i- '" %  t-Tv vt *..kiur M ranla. 4 11 i\ (in 3,* TON TANK CAMT-*'il-*d H| Own m^ klW ., IMD* Q (•IK up Mh D*cr 1AI -CoiirlraT MMj Dtal 4 Hi' dM "t IHsoanttar If* At. Pofc UQHm LHtNSl MSSION r,,i,.i IIIIN-I SIShlON i -, MM '•" I jnd Hi Adr><* i ,. M .. MM da. ot Exhibition Prize List U.K. Will Nat Force Open Suez Caimil LONDON, Dox\ 5 I tic MiirqtMMM of RaadUif, Pri"*nUr> Under-ilecreUr/ ft* Iinn AfTalt. indicated Wntn**dy that BrlUln do Iti'-nd to widen the dispute with m ba fotiin Marlit .11 r,rnarwla MiinaMii •< laaalAad Mi. Doua._ l.arrlai 1-laaU Rroaa la PaU >. laa. Plna. .ingar .p M —a tl It. H N li*-' Anthur.i.m. Hvhtid any nrtawr. .. %  > %  panmar. :*art Anuiurlu'. Hya.i-1. .arualad. nl. Mr. D. R..V.II %  1 <•">•"• •" •'•'•" R,.,.. I ITr'fiil Baaunia wilt. tin M M ^—. Me-fiia -or. ttaanlaaa .p"in %  .! %  II N Laaoxl p .fiarlXi. Mi. Laula NKhola. Koaa. AOV. .mala l(.,b-rl Ir.t < UIII Work I A I, %  Mo II I PI .... %  %  i tir ii CAM*--nt AND .OP* .i fl \. v\iDHI l A Ct.lTdP <>P C'ANSM BItlll Jasaaa Yaung '-mad Youx I-IK1.D VIOaTTAMLaTa %  r.fadfrv.1. - onl/-Asrdi Yai-."M CSSS— %  Rad.inB -* IS* %  planUllan CMaava. Poiaonoaa-IS ltd-atalvarn l' lul ,lal*r. fill ii ii China-W *•—Caatto Orsm %  Baaaaa. Nul a) Ika Ruin BWvali m*|"aai T..|. -SB ltd -Caalla Otai.t %  OB*-*. Taiiltla - iba -Kulh Barvall. PMaw af^i %  ** at II ." PlanlalHMi l.ui—. ••• iCaralina La< i PMaaMi .AOV' St Iba Autoum l-._iur. K..*.i.h-4 lbs—aV aaidda.nl. "uinphir.a. Any •!!-. vaOatt. 1 dnly— J Cl.-i.dla* Vffla1.il.lr %  ... r w II.. •-. PB>3VBtaOMa MB OAJaMpf HIV lit lltlllNlllI MBStOI HSLsiaaia OMI-Y %  — % %  Buah-S BH tnel Daan*. SUn.a 1 it*. aVSSBMi St—Hi .AOV %  S ItM. Barnattaa .... MMMl Cfcuatopainf. • ul> aa< ll aa)nrM ii..B>nooJ i %  1'rVf-" ICOIICTIIBJI of MX IxwiUMtoro Beys' BMidol I*" %  arm unl • tl Luxe. H. %  —n %  —. miw" Pe*. .it. Vi.it... UB1H.II I Orsnl Pi-in-i"". Yam.. Horn U .' Ii .1 II-,.. %  <:, i a ... ... M. WIWABDM. IViUtr W. %  I i A Co nil an OATS In -iiita and %  NISKD Mill I -U..U II 1>U1AN HAM' U bafox-I TIIANI-!* rt Win Hr-nry f f I ] % %  %  Hi ii-.I I.ADIUI I'NIMtKWIlAJt In panll. )ipa. ii>Sl>iiaa and braaaMraa in lars* TMAMia 517V 1 u... ot I..I >r-H Trophy Ho i*a.on pheaa am aisn ( I.OTH A I %  idiom Stiop fnr Ihrar and ot ihoid item, at THAMl K 5 1111t (IITIMUX riicwiriu: tTOVBI %  %  I 1NI.Y H*I Hist II ai d 1" %  • lodav (nil KAHOWAHI ill SI n I'l IBJUC SAIIS SEAL ESTATK *.*." %  I' ^ i, dowradatr. Bedl had 'in Hie Mam It odd %  %  %  Clly Por fi.rl^rr ..artu .1-.. "IT Ralph Heard LVWeT B-* t w '. 1 a._ I' ll..M*X. II I. %  Tilad R.H.1. :i.l rwavi •..--laii lnw MS r*o( MI ,.< I T. t. .ln.ni n.nixaloa, fel.TCa bMlMMa %  dBdxdSW M.aw l %  limimlaMl. Dn •. awes, P* aid -"".I prearrvativfa I. -Del. %  >.< %  Itr -ran al K I Id PtbVMM fill i h ., id thai |Mit al Mriadlclinn i n MIII ba it, u .n ,i ..i I....:, i I'.ii. I II repack .. "> I %  %  .1-1 IBM N I MM nl; I II I N-I --I SSION i id Sf.lnn lor lha a.anllnB of CaTtBV .alra lor U>a ipnearal ot laqiasr IJa a naM lac II* P""" ol SI Thonu. Mill ba bald a Ww PnlKtoun Ihalitrl !>' SB MlneMla. IhIBtli da. ..( ri-*anb!r III) al H.OO am Xd day of Dacamber 1M1 J R tllWAHIX* IX.I.i. i 4 1. IT. MqiOR lit Ksst; si;ssio> 1 lintritY give nMICa lhal a Utan.inf i,-. graatUUJ oi CatUAr.tc. i pa>i.n of kt JSntM mil ba bald .il cnurt Dlainet "f UolaMw on Friday lha 11M Oaj ol Daaajnurr IKI %  D"leU tr.. lid da/ oC I>cc*nbaa> IH1. IY0M1 H Nt'RxUE. %  lUSrsU l;.niit %  H KINGSTON JVi. Dec 4. The Peoples' Nationdl Pity lec. i. aajlsjd upon Tt.oMiy Kelly and raoM who have broken %  the Trade Union Con:resa anu formed n new party. In ii mice, that thev wmild ..I... innew iiiii.ui. the formatkMI ol which isronlniry to P.N.P poUs-y. Tinde.nii' i I %  i repl| i iiurda>. i. HI on their part will re%  utl in charges against l ham whlCB nniihl end taatxf eapuliion frmn Ihi party. iC^i '.THAW MATS BTOCRPORT KHAKI Cms nl All Khahl Drill. %  i a ilolrulr III-I,-MTIIANI UHOM. DUt Ml SUM I ( %  pOYl IV 1MOS i .lit l.lr.1 T^llfUi ,,.. M i .v. |aa Modi KiKhrn Owtttdj "• %  • %  •" l Play Roaxi. T Tna Oarder. %  • *'H Uxl dual KoUiit'ip Tin ItinV M10 Of %  ! t. IT *l an wtmcnci IX>*'N TOP P ha. HI 1 ba*|POo.n -ith CS*. %  „df n-ieoniaa. lo-"i' %  >" ii'1-.trda S C Oaiaax. %  " Ijundiv. ToilH. and MI .n.laaad for vl..ln ^iwa ] "MS i AnimnU li-.i:. All M I'. 1 Irv at B 11.11 t i i i.iut OR i mmi MISSION I I,.-,.I,. MH MMBJ BBS I UBI r K aaaalo*i lor lha gramma nl I fpr lha nnrml .>( UB1MW l.i..i>.> for il.r I'uiWn "( SI IVi.r -nit OX IJIC/ M |ll ba I-Id .1 IMalrld K Polio*]i>fa.l>. lha l*th UaeaMMI IHI ai II o'rkxh a m lk.la.1 Ihl. lid dav gl n-"ir*r 1MI m II MUM. IMUr M^llli.lr 111. HI. > 1 II Bl 3n NEW UNION MAY BE DISSOLVED ..' Scln Mart School %  %  aaa s. or Bbr. BL Uarll Si-ttopl. Hair Chili.* Ra'kfla St > %  %  paTppMS. Fani> R.it'l -S' Yama. OtlaoulU Iba Hop. (W Id PUn latton Vama, Muni—H Iba— riahar Pood Boi.' Planianon • %  rat) K R BtMJ %  "ii" %  %  al.. An4 la-. I "I""': %  * It'"aa % % %  Morpbv IB .TtB( M st..mp roolddi- only--St. School Chive.I 'h. SI I -he. It Eartatiol "Oraap. I n.. I In i. a i ... Scboal %  Ladtuo. A OV %  p rp %  Hoy. School Kadiahaa 34 onlyBVauUtboro B..vT\>rriB-> • aoly -HllUby MUad i-rr-aul w. AO\ M la Hred !...•' %  -i -.I.—.. r lha br.l kapl *k liool BJ On pace K Mar-1 Albeit a Ctrl. Brosma or BruahM Ctwtrt B*a* achoot lada from locally a>ov.n malaiial II Waithr Rfd ll* Ardrlr. Hallaifai A I V1ar Pot. — A OavttnUh B 1 Oualelp A. Oavanlari (I... IV — LBA1MBB lillliii' **a— A Roll.*k IX) 0n^c^l*n %  ^ Boota or Shoaa — .bl Ladle. Boots vl Snoaa L.iher Marwileclured Loral M Yal ilMler 4 .i.n Urxt Boaa, 1 -far. %  A. Manhall Itoar. I psBr and undr 1 tasf* "' Oa.flfld l.ynch. 1 yeats and under 4 ysara • -i I UPr.ARDCN VCOETABXXB "Atrosrieoi Iba E W BralhM.ila Arocliotaa—* Iba -Oaford Butbn U only -Oaford Buller. CarrrA. 11 onl> -t*rr Mavaei ... J onlv—B. W. BrathwalU. r.lary- onlr—Uraula Smith. Chive. 1 Iba Eidlaton ColkHfe lv~ Z W Alltvne %  1. Chand. Bn Plant-* only—Wlnabje. Bmllh Oraart-a Iba—Bit Colled Bathalo*. Drv —B lba.-K W All."nc (iinerr. freahly reaped-* Iba O.Iord SuUas, Khoi R-i.i • 4Mb %  u Beaihwalle i Ivinfalona a aly %  %  i)feia<-4a onl ( -Aaron Yearwood II ,-.i. r aj niath.aitr i I' W BralhalhWpparo. BsjaH II only B. W Alleyne. %  l .1. Lima -* Iba-E. W BfBBtesral Baana. I'Hmblnd Umi-J Iba-' SHIPPING MONtRltl. AISIBAJJA. MV UAIAND LIMB. IIMIMO (MANX IJn.l "POBT ADBLAtDB'Ii aehedled to aall from Habart BiplaMtiaT aBta Melbourne Ortobar alh. Bydney October lOUi, 0*ad.looa October lBUi. Port -h. Brlabane October ITih. arrlvliid at Trinidad about end umber and Barbadoa about Dwenibn Mh. hi addition to fenerel ceffo tiua vnI hoi ample apace for chiliad and Kard tMaSB >ara>. amapian on tirouan HIIU t Ladililptnant a< Trinidad ts ..... la-Mard and Windward I.taiida. Por rurthar uanh-ulara appty— PL'HNESH. WTTKY A Co Ltd. TBtNIDAO B.W I. UaCOBTA A Co LW SABP9PS %  LVX NOTICES .>',--,-*.-.--''-•.'-'-' %  *.--'/ %  >•-The M V Carso Kltl. %  lonaaa" will accep* paa> nsera lor Hfua. Uoiumrt ad Bl Kiiu. T*ato of devain.'" to ba not I Bad The MV Uaarsood will Carigs at I : Dale of. depanure ti BCIIOOSFB OWSERB ABSOC Inc. M4T 1 BBBM a w I rv PMS to ADvarai In J„ .11 In Touch With Barbadoa Coital Station CSea and Wlietea. HIPS Ihipnnh Bl P'liwi Del Puclflrn. (• Planter ii WilMmalad. %  Arhfu I %  Pot. I buss, • • KAnae. i %  %  Imperial rredaelc4..n. Lady ...11..1. AJsea OB ... .. •" % %  .. • • % %  .. Maria Paniina. • tm Bruaa la. a* CartOeaai . ( vtienwoud Creali. <• %  Ml, > > Reaxii I %  re. • %  Helena. • IIBM ('.....,, r.i K-i'i A'l.akura ... Janmai. >.a Du i. BaUla Mocii. Amended Mail Noticei i HM nl I.KINSI M HSKIN I IIIKIJU ... % % %  I... II. .( inAnnual liquor IJrrtitr* for IBU lor lha iiaitahee of Bl Philip and Ml John will be held %  i .i'. . I lha lain day of Deveoibei IS41 A. W II I Aa PoUcs Ma| 4 IBtl >i IJWt'OK UCENM NOTICK 1 UMIIIIM. i ."itpalon hi II i |qu ^ at a wall ml ...Iva.n-' ahoti alt* bed lo reeldenCd • l-hilip 1-aOd thia IIH day of Detember 1M1 II .V1UI A KMlillT for Am'lh'anl I.. A W HAHHII 1*1 Thi. applWai %  a .1 .bv the a > l-U JBdPB 1 '"'< aa Mail ..1 i irjti Rca.tteisd aUH Mail al 4 | .iv on the Ih December IBU MaiU 11*h %  | ai. • III be ii—d .1 |he H id.,.', ad M ., .1.. .. 11 IB pin m the Bin HI. ^rf^Stomuhfrfr. NEW YORK SERVICE A tiXAKrB, Sail! Brd Noveenbar .irrlvae Ba.t-idi.. 4th Decamber. A STBAMr.II Mk 14th Daeember-arrive. Harbado. lh DlBIMbM, ltol IBB1 NRW ORLEANS SERVICE ft 8 "OCEAN BANGER Sailed TOl No. MSBta an R A STTAMEK Sail11 m Ninm.l-i arriVM llaJbadoa Am A 8TKAMER Sail. 9th Deieoibri arrhrea Barbadoa I Ulh N..V ii... ...I..-i. ... IHI l-ll 1--I d adviaa %  %  BA. Motlld Am' R\TKS OF EXCHAXGK rxETEMBBR B. IHI (-heou*> on lUnhan "4 41 pr DraltJ M. pr Di ifu B4.lt pr. •fit. PI.WTKRI! PROTECTING Your PLANTS IS ESSENTIAL ! WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A shipment of PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS .'or the riiintatioii ur Binull vardvn Evervthing for Insect PestB. Blight or Weeds. Let us iolve your problem. ALBOLINEUM NO. 1 AGROCIDE NO 1 AGBOCIDE NO 3 OABCMALIN ARSINETTE VERDONE nutNoxoifc D.D.T. WETABl-E METALDEHYDE (for SI HUM PLANTATIONS LTD. CANADIAN HER VICC BBOI ND — -" „;;,:. £XX. It -Al.A W.INTBR.. '!> Nov M toll -v WI. Ot. M s iim num' *>* gr -f • A II..STIH — "IH W "1 %  I.. .1.1 III' I MUM LTD. — NEW YOKE AND OUL -I III II APrLTl—DA OtMTA a CO.. HO —CANAD1AN SEPV1CI FYFFES LINE The T.SS. "C.OLFITO" will vriV from Suuthamplon on Monday. HHli Di'rrmber. wl K a.m. and will be Million the \ump day for Trinidad. There is nmple BiTominiKlalHin uvalluble lor Trinidad also for the United KiiuUnui Ml ISl'i Dvremlwr. 1951, WILKINSON & HAYNES (().. LTD. Agents. A. M. WEBB HTOCKHROKKR. Barbados Inveslmenlo. Oversea Orders ksrtuled. 33. 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I' 1,1 Ma ...'.ions ll.ibncrd Fe.4. —. % quality Prov.d Produ.l. 2 WESTERN THRILLERS OUTLAW VALLEY By PETER FIELD AND MAVERICK RANGE By ARCHIE JOSCELYN o.v SAMM -IT ADVOCATE STATIONERY %  %  % %  -.•.'/.'.v,',-.v,v.'.-.','.v.'.'.v l I I I I I H I I. H r.:;,: .•. %  ./,',•,•.•/.•/.•/*•//.•.





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TIIIRSDAY DECEMBER t. 1*51 BARBDOS ADVOCATE """ HENRY BY CARL ANDERSON MICKtY MOUSE BY WALT DISNEY v __. 5UI99 > —-; >. -*£S/^^ BLONDIE BY CHIC YOUNG S3 i %  I ,.""• %  V': i^r i WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA IT IS GOOD TEA. for reliability Rv i-hnnln• 'ironf. MBOM* I!• % %  lr |Mi %  bo*, ill .lid*/. Hid* I.I.I... Look LOTH I r.lllDFH (iKAS'T Lia.. \n> THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS IT PAYS YOU TO DEAL HERE SPECIAL offers to all Cash and Credit Cus tomers for Thursday to Saturday only SPECIAL or %  hns miMM•fSuTTTmBuSSTmZZSOT S|.. iyl.lsl.... i. .nul SHIIII Sin-,.I Usually Now Bots. Qilbeys Spanish Sherry Pk s Jell Puddings (Qt.| $2.98 2.61) Tin8 Kardomah Coffee m• „>_ „ „„ Pkgs. Polar Icing Sugar Tins Olivers Raspberries .77 .6" ,,. „ r Bottlen Prontenac Beer Tins Cambridge Sausages .. .68 .62 Prunes Uraaily Now .23 .20 .96 .80 .37 .34 .26 22 .68 64 D. V. SCOTT & Co. Ltd. Broad Street



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PAC.I > II.Ill KAKRAIKIS ADVOCATE Till RS11U llll I MIHH C. 1931 A WEST INDIES LOST SECOND TEST !" l lio ££ L 'f ...... iivi.in.il IMI.I i i %  %  %  %  • II. ^ %  ""Bi-w %  loose run. %  • %  '. %  Tourists' Fielding Let Them Down— /von* ttjmmm fta*. U r..n Thnrnv H FVPii' ".1 Ir*a.>M. BBi I I %  — )ta or. :, jrO itla lia* Mr* Krnwth NtchuU. faul-va. IMM m> ,ihrr colour E W OitMM. Catttoyaa Hjbrtt •>iU and wtt.1. -Hi BJpto upa -Hia %  Chanary fattkayaa H.b.ui ... %  £ % %  PW i In wnlen %  Hi iipting to ]„,),„, allowed ihla Test to 1,1,1 dip through Uw Ii .ilvi Hi.' v. ;. In which the Alaii a winning pueition make* it appear itoublful Hint the West tnchnns i :ii uin the ul at Iron The ia*k of Nil al in a row in the faca •> %  %  defeats—physically and pnycho%  %  eein* at the mi.nutit in be beyond the tourist*. 9. tit 4 Waal UMBH I K.KW. aanaon after naxl The Second Teat is one of the will that young batsman of high most absorbing and attesting wen -"* i.romi, Jim Parka, of Sussex, in Australia in HMD) yean Por%  %  available again for a regulai tunes constantly fluctuated with puce In (fag aaupte cricket side. DO t*'*m having the upper hand HUH .n anottnn xiu< s-ecrvtary, Lu-ui.-colonel until Australia evantualb aaGoorgt QrlAtun, tells me he cured the match with a bright MCWI hopes hin Service officers will chase after runs m il %  aeon u oaoa at o n ai gam* tn '""inns on Wads* ,1951 This match proved two things: Five of the voung Sussex pro<>ne U t-hat the Australians make l*nk>. Pottor. Hatea, nm crtcfcol a deadly serious lui Will*..,, and Conger, are on seib'tslnew.the 'Other is that alii will be at least thotigh the West Indians presS!" an, % %  Im-rm—li.i. Claaa S L If. Li Sprc.ma .. I.UI*> m UBIAII <-'. %  vii M i mi |4<.L n \r% I gM i %  c..*n — MM In .i <;. fan %  •Ma) 'J ..i I w.ii affinal Fifty Bay* (Juvi&ing /'or Two (h'ickvt Johs l*n lie I "M • fn, )ui 'hem shii|H' .11 s-.v tin %  .rhi-i ''' %  %  \ '" ;,r "": lh..t..a„, -f..r litter .* w..i No Secrets %  1 %  tl h u Ou-ht %  %  which ti !. %  )...( inII al Slake h I one i %  Nol when ou. %  %  for 1-3 fl round i. me Imp. IhofOme against England fli r.l runs after tea and ,., HBAV^ JII know UH repls %  %  %  %  %  Han i It Is a %  %  %  | pot. nti.ii rival irt a | %  : ordei nol to di%ciose stable %  WHAT'S ON TODAY BHUag < ourU ia.00 Jt.m Induslriil \ xlithili.it* .it tfui-rn's P*rk I p.m Ofssaaag ••> Htm Baaaakal KHdrr kg mmiiyririMV nil a j.m. -Mill-., t %  M ,1 II. Moon: first (Juarl-r. Itrrrni ber 5. llgkHagi s.eo p.m. iiiih TMe: IM1 J m.. li.Ofc %  i.V lllll i :u a.m.. Ml YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPOR i ilrr.ni tMlriiuli.ii) %  aktralli .(ii in. To'4l Rainfall for month ta idle: Hi. Ins. M i i -t raaspfialaiii m.s T LlWBl Irnipfrjlurr: 1M *i"' \Mnd VaaaaMyt ; miles per hour H.n.(ii.-t.-i 1*1 i m i : %  -.'•.'. |> in I "' KKI I %  etc. | %  '. takina : %  %  soon h. II I which ll (used Into a uecoss, Thut v i. Rojectofl Daf STAKDARD BRIDGE By M. Hjtrison-Crcy Daakafl l i -i ground staff Jobs going ngt For these there are 50 appllcanls for Terms; £4 a week under military age, £5 after service—and a rather remote chance of honour .md glory. Not bad pay for a lad with '.nly himself to ken> But he needs to make up his mind il'iiikiy whether foe him there Bakers %  -...> >—1 Brad. 4 • <•! SHr. Cact^ %  Ur L..Uli Sinaie Sp.. % % %  rasa A '.rrmnB. Oov%  all dlft>r.f>l %  Hi Mr. <' r ll-hjr. MI rriH ii" • i.. | %  Iall i.i -•-"l-in — Iflaa K. Irmfsaeai — n • .lldxrarp... I.ilrwn — (attaen .'-npiimi M i .• %  %  i darkr •owl"*-., all difi 'J M ... i... \ o> |j*l* Inniwi %  a % %  it %  %  i ii irt.rnl*) l"l( aaseaataa i I Kou~ i.xxittii oa in i PLANTS style .>f i kfO %  great spect... to, tfafrj will no beat Australia until they add more doggednrss to their play W.> must wait till the thir. p<.sibly deciding Test at Adelaide 00 December 22 to see whether this doggednes will prevail. If it does, then the ashes of the rubber will remain allvr —l\r\ futu I .t Kmi^lier Soccer Soccer, it scorns. Is becoming rougher if one takes insurai as a pointer. If claims by clubs continue the pr e sent rate premiu-s i I to Da n-vi.'wcd at the end of the season. Rates are 0 to pnxtii-"i par rnt profit ft.r the brokers. So far this has not materialisixl in increase In rates last year. I ..-i Chance Tom H.ilil.iu tun i .m yet the Middlesex professional golf championship before he moves tram the North Middlesex club to WentWOrth, Surrey, in sue slon to Jimmy Adams. He tied with Bra". Home Hendon, in this event The play-off Is at Crews Hill, Enfleld, on Tuesday. %  ii etaasVl%  M i thM iliis is—If Worrell %  %  /hO has %  pnundi %  ro-nig| Ii. j.i : m.ike.. ,i bid Moll greylii.un" v ll..1 classic i me of nit 11 %  of of the I Utt) M C. I nan lb i p dd (ISO u>\ %  BfeOntlta. %  : t %  i I 1 %  S . i %  !l %  th.. Hi LI. r-nnh, %  %  la in next good %  roara • a \ t) lliiiioii Ami Sons tmtami < "II % %  > merriion u i loken u|i (.. % %  eagff. If II I" I 5 K I J'mnu... I7St IS K 4 • m; This deal Iiooia pairs con%  %  Kou;h u-uallv i. %  i> over East's One %  %  *.Tbii at one table only, %  h* nand has M %  %  • %  %  %  > %  i rlu %  %  % %  iin*bl to ca-.-ii UP afer Bean At m. kMUh ijd • nioRds and was %  .,i.fa i^yi ni.iginer.E :n not rescuing SouUt made %  r nrsi six irscts wi:h two Haari rnfl \ -• !. &f v h %  and na Ui ;ead irumns % %  CRICKET AT THE BAY The You PaJ Your Penny Supporters of little Aylesburv Uia club that had Its big rnomanl igainal Watford in the FA (up. MVg iK-en .isked to i>-y one i>*nny a week to a fund for buildinn n clubhouse. Aylesbury B.CX Crlckal am ills., asking for people to col%  %  Bui iiy led ihp panoiaa, (ton 'be To He Continued to l^st season Wlngate and HBf; %  ii tea 'lie r"w Twn played a total of 330 month. minutes tit three Middlesex I Bants* Cup matches. Now tney hava drawn again in the same Tills match will also i, | iyel OMnpfrtltlOn 'after extra time) Wfw USE ANYTIME, AUTJIHlf' The World's Creoles! SKIN OINTMENT 7cimBuk They'll Do i I \ci\ I imc IF yOu'VE EATEN N RESTAURANTS. T. EN VO0 ••• HAVE FOUND THAT NO SlvlTCHEROOS ARE ALLOWED ON Tf€ ME>iJ 'ER-1 THINK ILL \ TAKE THE NO. 4 ) BUT I DON'T LIKE SUCCOTASH-COULD I HAVE SPINACH INSTEAD, LIKE ON )' !~VOHE NO. o %  • £ SV22By Jimmy Il.uKi ^UT IF THEY'RE OUT OF WHAT APPEALS TO yOU-THAT'S HORSEMEAT OF A DIFFERENT HUEHE\ I? \ /OUT/ f~C >OU'RE HA\IN& THE NO 5, AREN'T YOU ? UH-WE'RE FRESH OUT /-OR IVE COULP OF THE lOeSTBR-SUT V GlVE yaJ THE H0.V ABOUT THE FtoT I CODFISH BALLS ROAST ON NO VOX. A FROM THE NO Z.I VOU CAN HAVE THr ) V, SlM-pULLy / k'EAT LOAF FROM / \ DELICIOUS-, X NO 4, INSTIA £g£ W hava In ilock • hn ol ^" %  '•' ,:•'">; *"g Ntalu li.. %  a li one n mdc in Ksovm individual style. Colours an Black. Whiliand Peach Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. 10. II. 12 BROAD STREET. FERGUSON TRACTORS FERGUSON SYSTEM Hi the small and Urge plantation Ou %  an gltta, rhis Tr.u ,f wh'ch only a fraction ol that ot us'' Tractor— MnlMeM ThfM noalag >' :id is at home >i i the road. eotntng li atj line wortc truly aronderCul machtn o and lor you—ploughing, hauljtting or what you will. COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED Agenti BE AT YOVK BEST I V II I II I T 1 O N Ban -I II" V- : "hrrr All Mrt KBBP VIHIt RAID IN THAT KAStlNATINr. STVI.F. ,Kr FAMOUS: • Ma* a^ayTOMAM '.', aiooao J HANI I'UK.I'AIIATU.NS Of CLASS AM) DISTINCTION < nbrr — N vm iviKi oaajaiMM HHIIIIUMIM obtainable nt *; BOOKERS( D OS, DRIJ(i STORES LTD. j Mim\!i MM1 T HASTINGS • Mphj Pharmaoi V WE CAN SVPPII OtOM 8TOCKt— 0 tit t till Sim ml ll'fff*#or.v. | 1 i tin It Hintrs unit Slidina F m Uimg Bmmr* OtTWARU OPENING CASEMENT WINDOWS J ft.. ft.. 5 fl. er g ft, Htih with or Mlthout Ventilator* \ OL'TWARD OPENING FRENCH DOORS $ 711 9lna. Ilii-h with Loeh-. gUDOtQ FOLDINO DOORS 7 II. 2 Ins. high x t ft. 2 ln. wide. ; The whole !Kor lld" and fold* to one 'idr. u n KINSON A RaVYNRa O I LTD. I



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l-.\(.> linn BARBADOS ADVOI ATK TIH-RSDAY. nrCF.MRF.lt LORD RALFOIR) i 1(7 I'ntfrt Swrvtary -i | %  me i: K. M. Mart OLE vpiif YORlf %  Ru | Stear & IWIIIY. Thn moil DDwerfui\inl l > v Ttriri '' ' %  < K-y with vodka, foi-i It was turkey, turkey all the way across celebrdted Thanks.ill be se' next mm %  have iiecn fur years pa>i thai .health i* fallmi . rfecu>. Cam*. > iiinf. two immediate quesBritish leader i Uona will arise:— Mission would be leaving fir lasted mar* than ihree minutes. 1 WHAT IS OMNO TO nnrl more Slain rat tost HAPPEN INSM Rl'SOA? n Ihc n \ i MIII i wn i ma % %  .lc KM'. in rae oanfaeg, *r him •' % %  .il.i QflmaateBr, ii...i the All. *i ihe Imphera •*** * *M( Muff frew •\r HI) peepMi the llriltah afli-r ** %  arrrpU-d. Hr.1 I ,' iha IN I A, I HEATH HAVE ON \\OKLI> • nl II II OS III! HUM -.< OK W \K UN TIO IMVItt BAL wnai i OK PI M i As U> the Bieta %  Lenin an I %  power friiiii hfa Mtee Will Ihr'mmu %  m ilia r* iflher in jowir form of a <.n the fiitun * mim'iif %  Or VUI r thai '.-hlch l rilol at %  > % %  1/ 0 '* r*Qimr l not tu (liMfifrarafr* jfilirlii WE know MI little f hl|h politics In WH toi,i about 40 "llrina Uk LltUi "" %  n-plj. drank ii> the atmen of our Iwu and what does l fragmcnlary. s „ On! has mmortf* of MoloiW Ml „„, tii j n ) n .iil ol him Stalin had a %  II "i raj : ,. pe d al individu*! botUe of Ruullon wilh BrltlKh visitor* Kremlin loni|*hi. IT VOU have •)" %  > %  champeani .„ Mcw. ( VTshin^k. ,„ ,.„, winegl.i^ time PubUc P roate u tPr nnd now Foreign Minister, elapplnff hii visitors on the ,, • ;:;.';.' %  %  ,-.. s. *>— %  burtad %  ' Hrii! I. Wi %  < i What can one say of dictions like the**' giving.'' And down in sub-tropical Key West. Florida, the Preatdenfi dinner table in the VM nn exception. %  who is this engHHinK Mr Truman sn animated conversation with many a rom the turkey and all the la" •han Chief Justice Fred VinS Supreme Court. And political punrii' i EfeHed at this ^ Truman's complete C! and i^ thought to be the President's cli.me to step Into his shoes If he "t to run auain for the Presidency next vear. down I heard Sn Stalfora Crlpp. ealllna. "Balfour! Bulfout"' I leieed forward lo ask whal it was I han I had Ui itle-l I ft hill el. talking towards ace. I stood up urne ox;.r.u. guard tl %  Uiei d o( the i reU -iin prophecy w*iial will happen my room. Rnon CM The Past .Now for Cnaeaaa AliOl-l' IwB a nn ounced u hdvinu ;> house flowers un I h.r. > %  Kntruncr Moscow, if I had bean hetNi> dac n %  %  I % % %  nnemi i'i.' aid it waa ihe line man wwUna t>> waaer %  %  %  could do m iu< Knmiin go) i^nK oddj aaainal vji UM armefaau n .v .MiiiMti.ni tii.ii UM Qermani rai nun.affective M %  weiier put %  bottle oi would nerti i"' Ru ilone, i-i' %  iana la from of nut. When % %  reckon UM lo lotov, Btalki ian anrounoed that UM Hiipicion, distrust and dupUciiy, ,i...n iha usual pomp ol bands, gontiemei rearmntneiH that Ruwln s porty. Com ll| : 'i .nil ,' %  I What ... policy ha* Imposed on the w. -. n Pewera, re m ember aleo inoth ei noa nl toe Kussiiin f*rees foupht bravely . i %  •in> When wi condenui — and I Lorn and neecl,-.11 of agfrression and On In Asia, remember 4 Stalinirad. .II show tnarti llussian hi lost. A droopuuj dai ooaed. Then eama UM —and kept riKht on adding to it. Kremlin ltnni|iiet this liii* happened All thii lii St.ilin li i. -till BUUtn M> elo UM BriUab wartnM bonded i" | 1 with UM luthorit) -i our ml we and oflerad S'ahn more nen material %  UOVOl n.-lp than the BflC0 duets in Wh.'ehall wished t sec leave HII1.HU I %  od lUU w impoiianl rM I irt Waa vailing for more WiUi i iwesjp ol .lull uave the lender "f our m.sM-m i ira %  > display mil hell Of UM MUM might of Ihr Russian eolour. with Interweaving or grey. I;| ihemc being an attack Then I lOOJCfd ( ('* %  e**H | M 1Tm inh Russia's w fionliai. ttuj-arf .-in'/, ("ii.'i-r A llopr for Ihe World night SUtlin our hands. *Tfi-" I % %  M "rld and how Kus. %  othei ni peace eves sir Stafford Cry dlrnnenl political worse places until they are ready to go to work." TOUGH ALL THE WAY THE NAME was Blodgett. Sounds British and originally was. The Blodgetts came over in UM 17th century, in July i860 John Blodgett was bmn, in Osceola Cuunty, MichIgan. Ha waa the tough son of tough father vlgelt, who had piuneered his way west from New England, and founded a fortune In thO tOUgh trade of lumber. John followed his old man's footsteps. Quick with his lists, rasping of tongue, he left school al 18 and went to work at Muskegon. He inherited live millions from his father Later, like WHY NOT CONSERVI VALUABLE FOOD ? NlteWiri MOV i III i /i — AVAJLABLI IKOM STCM'K — IruMlM.* A lo,. I i,l. Bloc. Ifr>|f. In ttM Kieiolm. (UMU our A m ba M OOOT in HOOt. he? cow On %  • w was ai tiie Bhakurln, CorranUear fnt Aircraft honour of l Vodkl -then more vedl ikui in UpnUng wtui tin %  n .ii wi ik ol drinking, vodka I ceUed hi leta inue i to think over a Briton. Wa Teeetael Bach Otner STALIN wtUl t.iilll well %  ulace ol %  Llsli Will Slnlin I0f> : back, what a tragedy %  Runria bg bet poat-ener ould bate iit-Ntro>ea UM Of (f.-irt will. In sJeM "t Mi sevenfvfurfhuViv, is it loo much lo. hope lliai Matin may respond Once more fo direct approach .iniHoi /rorn 'he man he fo respect and adml many others ol America's rich men, ht away. Now, in Cirand Rapids, aged 91, tough I lumberman John has gone to join his forei WALKING THE DOG MILS. LEE BKONTE, operator of a Los Ar.geles beauty shop, was awarded custody of the family's cocker spaniel, Negra, when she got a divorce from husband Seymour. But the judge ordered that Mr. B. be given "reasonable rights of visitation," so for as concerned, and should be allowed to UUta her for walks at the week-end. it i.in Print* publ lit %  h.i Minister thinks i Hi while surely is will %  in a mini the prize. • it come I Iff. A 'llit<*ir lloiund the UM Ms' d*y il was open :u the publk '. he %  •' A Ihe lull fOf two i '' '" '' 1 1 "' it nil I fouiHl Ihe Duke tired oul tntlquo hooded %  It was planned to end MR. (Hint HII i xandson of u-.venth Dufce C0gO 't UM t>ook for his birth.i < Rut I in ifreM he will h. >*\" sighs The Kief's Walks j*T-*-llK KIM. I Hui-ki>i,: on Palace tot een,'.ks regu%  tin tu ii \ iCfa time %  i ut for %  >ain. Prince Paul. The Royal Best F oil roe Uie %  PR1NI i • %  H \i: • \i;i I PBJNI I I'M I 111 j OOW lI t Mi-wife. PRINCESS OI.G.V is I • III i lli^-.-. ol I.I NT. : fnendwith Olga ind her oiii.i slsler COtJirrUa rOERRJNO. irien, who Muntcbi roucn controvena* dm ma the war. In 1940 : UNO PETER, an i responsible H. m overthrowi i .in lots. King Petti ii hi:, uncle I of tlu> war bl Kenya ..I DM % %  ,: % %  %  Africa ACTINi Margan I Kemeiubrr H ow much ol jroui you resnesnborf lJebui.into III\\IN\ in nDfTOM wna %  mv I was lour D.idtly came int.. the nursery ami densonstreh %  Ho thn pe at the %  i Hi. Frirml Michael I 'll! hi M|' | ll|\. 1-1 H'.ll lit MM I R| \\|i the REV. MAXWELL II SMI Whon the ihik. wag U | GordonhOOt. Morayshire. in Ml d ^ study with lliehael They became friend-.. Michael ti fin to Oxford and siudled for •ho Church, litdied when thn I %  > %  ,,( Beeerea carrying evacuee rliudren lo America, was torl>edoed in 1940. Sir Slephrn'i, Apple S IR STEPHEN TA1.EENT8 UI ut of the apple tree rh|( >. sin is \\C NEWTON to %  IVttJ, The original tree died but oarts ,,t ii were ragrafted on io other trees at | KM frui-. research .-tat ion. one of \ %  •> phen Roses of Italy ^~\F four cho %  V-/ llntih beauty on a fashion V I ilia in Januiry. \IMO|VrEKS ROVLE ..-id I \l It \ I'lHMI I n Mr Au-lra\I EC' M I K RAY says: "They are as lovely 'i roses." I'mnella 1931 S mart. 35I'KI NKLLA STACK. Girl of u*e %  %  Dtmg UM AKi; t'OMICS BAD? AT i:\ST LANSING, Michigan, a college don, Dr. Morton Malter. has just spent six months reading—strictly m line of duty—a MHiea of children's comic books. This lO^O-paj-e-lonn task was undertaken in an cllort to see whether they really do have an evil effect on junior, as is frequently alleged by parents. The doctor*! verdict; "They are not so bad." HK rOtJND OUT THE G-MEN started the trend when they planted their agents, acting as good Comii Red cells, A few weeks ap>) a lirsh-faced youngster enrolled in the high school at Wichita Falls. Texas. Now live pien. two women and four of the new boy's fellow-students have been arrested—charged with running a drug-selling racket. And tha mw boy has left school to resume hag youthful career as an anti-drugs agent PLYING DOLLARS IT'S OFFICIAL. The Government's top statisticians down m Washington, after some clone cal cul a t i o n, aaj that Iha dollar is worth, compared with the 1935-1939 period, just 53.7 cents. HAVE A BANANA AS TIIOt'GIt than were not enough trouble already on the brawling Brooklyn at, half a dozen monkeys have got loose and ar charging all over the place Scores! of sailors, longshoremen, police, and n df Cruelly to Animals officials are pursuing them with poles, nets, ropes. impedimenta. So far onlv one %  pturnd when a ten-year-old boy %  -" i in, r/,. —L.E S. IF YOU EAT BEEF How many jwuttds an* Sirloin Roaat ? From a 1.000 lb. .teer. ,.„, rMRatnel 400 lt. of llidr, lloef.. Inedible F.u ele Thai | MV ee 800 the. of Eslin, Meal, but ONLY let of Hit-. „r around :..i lbs.. 18 SIRLOIN TIIATS arari lol ,. v ^ mma M(1 SIRLOIV THAN Tl OMIIR CVT8 x Al si RAMA Miik red t; Milk Fed Ducks Dresaed RabbiU BH Phone— we delive r SHOP EARLY I.OIIIIAIUIS for Service



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%  Mil KM) w DECEMBER . 1M1 IIARBADUS ADVOCATE PACE THREE All Aspects Of Educational Work Covered A l Education Conference "UCitioB Cuiifeniuf. which in Monday and Tuesday, the Conference reviewed the position in reitard to the provision of school place* in the vanoubirrttorka It noted that In most. If noi In all tanftorktt, the rapid increase in the number of childrer. age combined with 'h, ItmiLstlen of public funds presented a serious inoblem II wan felt that this problem was not likely lo be giolved without recourse to expedients designed to make the educational facilities which could be provided to a greater number of tctWol children. Uuuble Shift The possibilities of experimenting with the double shift system. Milii dilution u*. Increasing the proportion of uncertlflcatcd teachers) and with a reduction of the length of the primary course, whether by increasing the age of entry or In other ways were considered. The us? which might be made of community effort was also discussed. The Conference gave attention to the problem of building costs, which at present rang* from £.10 a place for open air schools in M. to nearly £30 a place for buildings of traditional design In some other territories. On Tuesday morning Professor ileaslry (Economic Adviser to the Comptroller for Development and Welfare) address**.! the Conference on the financial aspecta of educational policy and the need to relate educational planning to the financial position and resources of the territory. Tenrher Training; On Monday .ifternoon and Tuesday afternoon the subject of u-achtT training was discussed at length, and the facilities available in ull Urn tone were reviewed. Special consideration was given lo the problems of the Leeward and Windward Islands, whoso Governments are particularly handicapped, owing to the limitation of funds, in providing training of a Miii.ii.]>standard lot a sufficient number of teachers. It was thought that it might bo possible, subject to the views of the Govcoocarasd, for th teacher training colleges in Barbados, British Guiana, Jamaica and Trinidad to accept some student teachers from ftrr territories for training leading to certincntiun. Yeateraay morales. Ike Conference was addressed on the %  uiin 11 ill -i iimii broadcasts by Mr. Kennetb Abtack. Lisbon Officer for the Rriliah atread%  .L-.no:. Corporation In the Eastern Caribbean, w h u deacribed what w.ibeing done in England in id.. 1,-1.1 and the lines •li uliii'h he himself H j, nukIII. recommendations to 1 h e H( Indian Government* in hi* sphrre of operations. Ilia speech waa followed by a debate in which the valur and potentialities uf bruadcantins to schools were cli'rf'U*oc(| In considerable detail. Technical Kducation IN CUOfgnuog then considered teennJcsl education. It heard at— IOUHIS of the facilities provided in Jamaica, Trinidad and British Gfjtna -"id the plans of certain governments for the improvement or extension of existing facilities, His Excellent, I 111 4 II.Ll< I'ofoil | oil THESE snapshots. which give you th measure of Dong's Man of Destiny, are %  prelude to the story of his hcrclc actions day by day, k by week. 1 %  do of lilt. %  :.>.' \ thafi t'-i wktg "t toieign mJ (ionlia HSVtSCSSi Free Nations Musi Lnereatfl Oil Production MTAfl %  Wednesday that %  %  %  than ft.0OD.000 barrels pS| %  %  i t n-niiint lh dulling of M4S new the year, it saU %  %  of ti, sa %  . WM 01 %  %  .no v... %  I State* oil NtDSJ ova ill help the*. | obtain steal and other %  ime. —t.r. ailamr Sonia— tx etficH VtoaOtal of Dang. HIS EXCELLENCY THE 0IN6 si DOT. wiafksl Ihc uili^l lo make it OsJW lhal in) u:.i:..bl,ir hetwvi'n hhn and any nlhci ruler, living nj ,i. pur civ intentional t^nil Ob or the introduction of new ones Various problems of common interest were discussed and the subject will be considered further at a subsequent session. The Delegates were entertained al luncheon at the Marine Hotel by Mr. Nicol. Sir George Seel, Comptroller (or Development and Welfare was among other guests present. Arrangements have been made for Maior Darlington, Principal of the British Guiana Technical Institute, to meet a local committee for discussion on the subject of technical education during his stay in Barbados Federation Debate Adjourned Sine Die (From Our Own Correspondent) CiEOKGKTOWN, B.G., Dec. 5 THE Legislature today adjourned sine die their debate on re the Federation motion, after four other memlters had spoken, as the Council will atari on Thursday to discuss the estimates for 1951. At the end of today's debate—the third 1-ee Ueplond. the i anal feelings %  fetch sreea aroriilna txrfiind the tesnei fur and sea I d thai Baal Indians opimsed Federation bvcausc the) believed they would • %  nonoiiiv group and thai Africans Cftng < ." king Kedei.itn.i ih. v felt tin-v would h majority and would Uhu |> '. ral s 1 %  Pat Fei opposed Federation In u>U lid nothing new had OOBM to .. %  . %  in I94B to make him eh %  i lie; should i Finance Group Approve j Schuman nan ii.-.^ i .in (or i-->ii rieuninalj 1 alon of the National 1 howsMMi n i'.n 1 The PI %  OrouB vied 23 u oJhe f.'i the plan whh bind tin 1 heavy indu \\i t <. 1 %  1 Banahni Cenununlata i"i %  Uon while Oessn 1 i h irlei Di %  rreneh i>eopl' .IlllOll .1 .,1. am %  tthetmlna vets 11 apann %  1 r t, ,th the w 1 Dominican Republic day's motion bofore the Iluuw aikinn the Council tfl K Federation in principle and appoint a ConunlttM of ali unofficial members to go into The Ranre Mfjnrt, (nCtd going on In Bursure defeat. hi So far three members, Nichol Monti.go Bay confeienee dofMlovrlnaj seir son. Carter and Uonsalvew are cUied that snwas inelined lo gp "I Ml BJQ needed .1 preatei Sl'IVfU BVaasnaall SuilfirA *>'PPortlng the motion. F*r-tlie Idea of Federation but en nn -ure • %  e| government whleh 1 utioMiuwiiijouuio nandes l^ Ux Feiieruiion bu cioa obner\ation of the M up srouM ensure deveto) 1 Fed UNITED NATIONS, wholly opposes Uie H. propoaad BD fur ,is British Uuigntssn Sftth ttke WJ could not be New York Dec. 5 Port. Jagan. and Lee are for %  is concerned he was dishem-nelal to || r; he ..M. A United Nations spokesman Relation but only .. .ondltliM. tnaved. said that Cuba has informed the JJ* ^ i ^ !" i % { i* !" 1 Rofernng to the B.Q. repre'1th the Dominican Republic over r^,.,,,^,,; anA I 1 11 .I,I„„. Singh said "1 cannot understand riw'L i>vrn.i> MAY BE FOUGHT IN AMKKKH Federal full dominion stntu ed Koth, Smelly, Fereira, Singh. Debindin and Luckhou. Of the eight others to spook how those men could have set up throe at least will oppose. a division s unpopular. I am Opening the debate today Dr. against it and suggeM that wh.d Chedl Jagan leader of the leftist we could do h.tr is lo federate the seizure of the Guatemalan vessel Qnetsal, but this action does not mean the world orgsiusatioo will step in. He said dial Cuba transmitted p^plVs "Progressive Party, reamon* themselves and bo . to the Council the text of a com^ i^.fc from a tour ol pv0 uU' plaint hied with the Inter-AmerBHtaln and the Eastern xone , W<. t %  -> • • Of iioimcal disputes arising In ' %  'Jagan moved and ThSOphUus India n a had sugge-ti I organisations. Uee seconded the amendment for B-Gi five for Bsrba LOVE IS BEING RUINED Tlie Cuban Minister of State which called for the appointAurchanao Sanchez Arango formenl of two representativi WBI lad the text to the Council's from each colony elected und> President in Parbj along with a Adult Suflrage to form a eoi note explaining the action '->""<> aUtUB 1 Assembly to formulate^ within Uie Inter-American renew < gionsl system. The Cuban complaint was based on the arrest and sentencing by the Dominican Republic of five Cuban seamen of the QaeUal • crew.—sj.1*. THIS NEW FAMILY DRINK ] J$W> Marelra Milk Plut 11 craae>r Bulk. %  %  gcacmair togarcd ... sad tprasllT eaiiflksd. It's atbdous! Aad it's sll imly JifoirJ (Mbiithmcnl.-.Scupof Mmlra wndi ru 10 l-J coanotad. Ymi dip sw shwp aad >Wp -" li •ooiAMawaf Otr miitnoaM yon gm bvas •" or sasicry — you feel really frith nmi dsy. Maralyn NO NEEO TO IDD MILK Oil SUGR WHITE HORSE Scotch Whisky The purpose of signs is to tell without word*. Here is a symbol that tells, plainer (han any words, of whisky at ita finest • • • lovingly blended, long matured, until it is as noble a Scotch as ever came out of Scotland. for a Cargobean Dominion but the amendment was considered to be a new motion and ruled out. Dismayed Jung Baodur Singh. <>n.Ol bSfora colony's ob servers at the Jagar' only after stout light by Mi Wight who has the other nb*i 1 vei thai it SWa agreed lo give H(i gil and reduce Barbados to even Barbados had objected to iiiingmg up the rear bemad fcVO Lee said foregoing were some of the secrets behind the gaenag in the discussions at Montego Bay. Lee opposed aliongly the motion the House but seconded proposals In his sp sse h EQUIP YOUR TRAuTOR-DRAWM AND ANIMAL-DRAWN VEHICLES AND IMPLEMENTS with DUNLOP FARM TYRES WHEELS HUSS BRAKES LOB Ml II 1 i's. Da A Kepublicun 1 1 .'tonaid Jarkaon, Juet beeS Cnain %  < i ghl I. tui Ami 1 lesi . arth moil Urward building United Esau da Mi. HI let the e/orld. if avei rthbai %  Mi tl„. wo. Ir %  phen I Hemlsphi ... V 11 %  Ami 1 I don*1 audi i" aad las fad w*h % %  ' tliat IOM 1 %  I 1 sstfe phrsaas snd bhuned It m Is eal modern conveeienrss Pslei Tor-wages agraphic >.alla have ruin PARIS li.I .! nig love, according to Pu %  %  iet> ..I French paatg 'Not onlv 10 longei Kiiiivs loVS 1 1 % %  too*H ,.t ,ii: loneh nate love letuiis. —I'. I 1 r m*mmm**nn*uf*M*w,*w.*w.'W.Y,^ Look ,.t the BCCF di>pia> from Santa'i Workshop. • PERMIT GREATER LOADS • REDUCE FUEL CONSUMPTION • ELIMINATE DAMAGE TO CROPS • PERMIT LOWER LOADING LINE I I *RUN SMOOTHLY AND SILENTLY NEW TYRE DLSERVES NEW DUNLOP TUBE *'T. ISNlflr IUIIM CO ITO HWI-.-HH '_?_*. Priced for Junior's stocking and your pocket An extensive choice of toys large and small for Girls and Boys. BARBADOS CO-OP COTTON I VCTORY LTD. Make a beautiful jelly... with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe! Give ivtryiMsU p.i"sown %  arve BtnTi Jcii> -de-luv,s^adsrfU J^ Phi gtisi %  dans ii fraH I % %  'i-.ight. .. in o.iling %hjp<* *'ih ssstt) %  m")i -ml> Hi-wMlDH BIRDS JELLY DE-LUXE JU§T (invii) NEW a U-'A^ \l IHI 1 MODERN DltESS SHOPPE mi slum. &tttitittUtftiHU8UMUM!a^tftftftf | lik




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2 Heal arc ats POLICE SHOW

_ Students, Police Clash In : : oa | 2,000 Believed
| Cairo As Schools Strike Dead In Kruption

\ VILLAGE WIPED OUT
CAIRO, Dee. 5,

ve than 3,000 rioting students and workers {i uf



MANILA, D

uM i , Di 4 ) Rescue teams were toiling to-day on the ©! wreail

with vhs police in Cairo streets in an atmosphere tense from iscussion n Phil aaa ‘el nd of Camiguin, searching for 2,000: neoble,

two days of British and Egyptian gun battles and riots, in . iy ie le ty a ping ae ee
eared to 4 ; 11eEc atl V el i> ‘ a ie

which 172 persons were reported killed or injured. The Seen

police ¢ charged in and dispersed the students and workers,



eruption. At places, they could hear injurec































Ww ho had staged the « s > unde: masses of rubble, scream and plead toe be saved
tioters stoned the polic aN rey oe hee Due This W eek times the rescue wel most overcon :
cherge winging their ; veltering heat fron : streal of red hot lava
freely. Workers in the baits IU. ' ' ‘ ae And ag they worked, th eat volcal Hibe snay
section of Cairo also clashed wi | a | roops LONDON, Dec. 5 ve them CC ionall’ wi ’ ! nelescent
police and attacked a Coca Cola | Some indication of the new iy rs ; r ri tio
truck. Case ind bottles were | Gove nment’s policy towards the A ODO EALERvenNg u ;
Smashed and strewn rion the | ill ] 32 Jexport cf capital equipment to the \ . : eh ane { '
Fuad &! Awal road following } ‘colonies mey be given “by “Mr. ) ; : oat i 3 ) | *)
; fight. Strong reinforcements rusi- | ~N e |Pe‘er Thorneycreft, President of a : aie F Ya 3 Sei a Cadets
: €d into the’ residential area and | ( ll |the Board of Trade this week, He Buried Alix |
broke up the riot i uerl as is to be asked by Sir Ralph Glyn,! : | Kill ~d B “ B
All On Strtke ;Cen ervative M.P., on Friday to \ Pea ; r came » SUG | ] € Vy us
All schools Egypt-wide wes SEOUL, Dec. 5 an Bp * vere hi as ae being a hod , a anes «
on strike to-day as an anti-Briti South Korean troops meeting ar aken engineering trms engag~- l Pitas 1 ; ,
protest. The national iate of |ever suffening paket hed as ney ed in the export trade to British, re bn w ; : 19 Injured
emergency declared yesterd }pushed slowly up the Chiri moun- oe aa aseat the necessary t ( e ct tt CHATHAM. Kent. D
was prolonged in an at em to{tains in the south west of Kor eae ee, steel =e se ai t Of tho mil 7 | The M 1 ball ed
prevent further demonstration-,{‘illed abou: 132 guerilla Ti Mi Tapeneycrott S answer Ww ill : as | a * NV ay = _ ball, plannec
| All police leaves were cancelled |toll was the‘highest in the South | 2° awaited with great interes See Pree ens j for tonight, .wes cancelas
> th : ik . A recent ministerial statement a je hre cer owns today
by the Ministry of the Interior Korean Army’s five - day - old hs “ahine an ae ca eh al i i er The | rned the 23 rine cadet
Strong guards were posted oper ition designed at seeki ng out that Cabinet was giving serious! “ Wl ; i ; 1 uM ou “ta
around public buildings, bridges,;2%¢ destroying the thousands of considerahiny to tie. puoiees OF . quare I und the | rst r road 1 2 a? teas
; ms, ) an ying sands ae ay r : 7 uare t ! {wo ever roac disaste’ as
and other strategic points in the {guerillas who have been terror- come, ie pay 8 reg | capiial. Guards were also placed |!2ing the countryside for years. would shortly announce a scheme| ==2!P#*4on [Aare ouse in | the village of |jured
along the approaches to Garden) Guerillas were content to strike|for giving priority to exports of| ° e a eerie Comat zed, and all ths} Chat the key British Nav
City, that quarter of the city |out, then fade away into their| capital equipment to the colonie More Cat tle » ( yt Hieh P ee were believed. killed. } base, which has borne many
where most of the foreign em-|™mountain fastness to-day where} The President of the Board of « e teres, Larvae Stolen Dazed Islanders Mee a Gown. the centuries
bagsies and delegations are situ-|they pon reported figh ing back} Trade, however, is unlikely to be] _ c : : rigs) ioe ih ST oe ast = ‘
ated. with the ferocity of trapped ani-|in a position yet to announce such} @% ® og? Hundreds of dazed islander oe Be tee ee ae
Top Egyptian political and mals, The battle hardened and | measures, Standard At Exhibi tior i From RB. ‘, jn y wit burt fror ed hx + itt i A “ : se last night
military leaders conferred last-|South Korean troops moved up Indeed, any hopes that Govern-| , jlava and ash, were treaming: | ,. me DEY | Ob |e: arene

i ; ; Ani a be W . » ’ -
night over the rapidly worsening | from north and south to the ridge |ment may shortly adopt definite} € ere bein marched

’ . E ‘ : - a toad to tirst aid centres i double i : 7 on
situation in Suez. The conference |of steel around the mountain. measures for securing larger steel THE one hundred and first Agricultural and Industrial Laboratory ltreatment. One official source ¢ louble fil along the dock

r : ; : } ; road to their iVE arré
was under the presidency of the| The combined Anglo-American |supplies for the industries en-|| Exhibition, run by the Barbados Agricultural Societ ~ ited that 80 per cent. of ( naval barrac
















































am a
“ t ! $-tor double-de
Interior Minister, Faud Sera ™||Marine Force waded ashore from | gaged in export to the colonies; opened at Queen’s Park yesterday 1 Our Own Corre { put 65,000 populatio ha a ‘na: Ghashnen
Din Pasha, the General Secretary |!"nding boats below Songjin, 140;receded further to-day when. it/ Although the weather was inclement up to the last ' ET OWN MASE Er ee: 5 Oma tion ¢ pany ran into the
of the ruling WAFD Ports i|miles from the Siberian border,|Was officially announced that “in-| aa ae E = sin av gaia da (Reon et eae teres from the Year All the
Premier Nasha Pasha’s right-hand |for another commando attack on|¢reasing difficulties in _maintain~j week-end, and seemingly promised a wet reception for the Major Stanhope Billyeald C.L.F.| Everywhere survivors from | a +. heen: identified,"
cau e |North Korea's main rail link with |ing exports must be anticipated es scheduled two-day affair, it was bright and kindly yester-, chief, disclosed to-day the Depa ) Stricken areas are heading range from 10 to 18
ithe Soviet base at Vladivostok ja direct result of metal shortages 4 day een s dragnet has been throv | x i 9 vem i ide of a Toush British allot vetecs
° ’ ° Grenade Attack The statement said. that i (6. There were fewer exhibits daar ar dig ronae itieet cules amet ‘ina’ of Satna oe "Oriental | 2% of bloody sea battles, wept
i Big Four Ss Sixth This time Communists were| number of cases previous estimates the agricultural section but U ae \ ert f sr Xf 1b. | Province has ordered the in- ete oes i thay “help d
| ~, ~ e ‘ready for them. Reds aitackea|f exports have fallen short of that were submitted were of the Ady ovate Taam) setae oan a M oe habitants of .the island's. main |(0ctors and attendants to lift the
> " am s reas “ms an eat ‘ ic mischie theft on onda ‘ ‘ $ i s ain wae t sad Shns e
Secret Séssion |with grenades, machine gurs and expectations for this reason. Firms highest quality. : ‘ lic mise i “ 1 . nds town ‘Manitalad’ to evacuate 3 i 1ined *bodies into am-
; rr | rifles after marines scaled a clift- Weâ„¢e, encountering difficulties jn The heavy rains had obviously, Relief k und night o thousanc of ce urriet the: Mast. Gon 466 bulance
t “Very Suecessful | like embankment leading to the | Securing steel for maintenance prevented the planting of veve- me eaitte larvae Se the Goes N= 1 Tinited State ak aii Seventeen boys: were killed as
: s ‘ cannin ° a > “ ent uit aboratory an ae ie aa 1 ie they varchec nging 1eir
_ {Vital Ridgway line. Marine flank “eo ae apd See ae tea tables in time for the Exhibition THE Advocate Fund to r afd rhe (hoe he " a) : 7 ast at | joined Philippine aircraft in fer-|. 0) ™rened singing, on raat
} PARIS, Dec. 5. ‘guards returned fire and covered |... oye, een assured to-day DoW-\and in the case of canes th help needy fishermen who 5 } ‘The : gi eying doctors, nurses, and me Maik’: Siiee ion Selaetee boxing
| Big Four Powers held their/the withdrawal of the rest of the |°”°" that when a general alloca- ; were only two plantations ex) suffered loss of their boats Demerara. ‘ tol n | oul supplie to Camiguin—440 T h, Six died later in hospital
sixth secret United Nations Dis-! raiders. Marines suffereq two tion scheme for steel comes into! iting. in the recent spell of bad rut ‘ o som ) of tr miles southeast of th Philiy “ee iS we of aaa bus was 57 -
armament Meeting and the Ger-| wounded, but the Eighth Army goerere Sarly next year, the| The rains again had prevented weather is steadily mount- Marling! ; speci the malaria) bine capital, Manila manne aa or Os eee
eral Assembly’s President, Lis communiqued they left behind Colonial Office will continue 1° the growing of exhibition clum; ing. Yesterday's contribu- easaiete8nG) ADU _ In Sept 1948, the voleano| \ iv “ae? Bde feos i O ee ..
Padilla Nervo, described the s€s-\ijem an “undete , watch over the interests of colonial! On the other hand the exhibit tions amounted to $470.00. \egyt the yello fever ¢ burst into fiery life after being). )" a ward today for 25
ata ae’ “oa iaoaRerl u é erminec num-| steel users. In addition thelin the < attle, sheep, goat oe y : buti ves rier jormant for 77 years. Thousands |¥°2! safe driving. He was driv-
s é . SS ‘ ber of Communist dead along the ‘ . P, 808 ‘ our contribution is neces- " en home after the accide and
As the Big Four delegates} iosely avandia 7 g Colonial Office is considering the! pjg sections were in greater nun saty to ewoll-the fant Please ar ; Ba fait eh of people were taken off the sty abva lets ne anc
, " “ ‘ a AP) ‘ 2 vas , lier slieve 1 AY hi ; Pr i . went straig “dow 3 ly
pressed on with their talks, gen- Of g e aa possible means of stepping up €X-|bhers than in previous years and bring or pond: your donation ‘ e pt ic be ic he thi ‘ land during 10 days’ upheay eo at _to bed with shock.
“ai 1? | cial reports did not mention] ports of capital equipment to the ar ; ; desire to cause a mosquito pest iN }aols; there were 5 I was with the Bus
eral U.N, attitude toward the con- any demoliti licat ie ¥ 7 apita quiy the standard was an improvement to the Advocate Office. GeorkatoWn aitce watt Pf ' 3 rere were some deaths Company: about: 40 years
ference was slightly more hopeful! 82 Cer dic ar cami ae ing th colonies. almost out of all proportion. Amant previously acknow- Cantata fr nes ft el blebate . De Almost exactly two years later,| “passengers said’ that the bus
as a result of an agreement yes- Arne. Cid not complete the mis- The effect of the Government pedued ... $1,008) 09 nea Lae pro. ¥ aboratory. Ur | Hibok ,, asain = belched flaming} was moving cn nemneas sine,
terday “on some minor. points.” BIOs. They had blasted the north- U Ss. T. ~~ dal Livestock Statior, ajdt). me ek on “ ates ~ emg aeaen Charles, C viet Mosquito Con lay 4) 51. people were Ikilled, and | wenn suddernla fhe eal
But it appeared more and more @@St coast railway tunnel in a oe ax Sean 8 | Agricultural Stations was at once Cullymore 25.00 trol OMicer declares ‘there is no [27 setiously “injured.-—U.P. lammed on brakes—but a
certain as each side exponded its| similar hit and run raid on Sunday : apparent in the size and quality Four Sympathisers 18.00 immediate possibility of an epi- late.' The | vehiel Pte’ Soe Pi
NCaYT Ate } ost that might|night—U.P. M ; ‘ re D, Lucie Smith 10.00 demie, although if the larvae ; : sicle was travelling
poin that the most that migh y ec of the livestock, uoA D 100,00 ‘ | i G t th . e ' along a poorly lighted road, us-
be gained from the 10-day parle . ; Lette ei f ’ vere released in Veargewn, we ! , ights ’ wa
, ld be E ard : = ry. s Dog Show ate reacorane nee Department's activities would Stepinac treed ee only: parkling lights. It “
would be a Russian agreement to! Trunian In 52 The revival of the Dog Show 1is Excellency Th travelling down hill,—U.P. & C.P.
join the new Disarmament Com-| (From Our Own Correspondent) was certainly the highlight of ee Bas Winlic ea visi ilbabshsnitbs LONDON, Dee, 6
| mission proposed by the West, er aatlee! ee By CAROL KENWORTHY yesterday's show. Moyra B. Wilkinson 25 00 Dr. Charles regards the epidem rhe official Yugoslav ne. Fight Killed
eerie e inister for ucation, SHINGT Crowds flocke n ' t} t i ; t Bene . ; 4
| : WASHINGTON, Dec. 5 rowds flocked from eve ; jossibility as remote because o ney PANgUg Sdia wai Ar
° Malcolm, appeare re > « : ns ; . ; G.M ' 25,00 ; I :
Reds Build More a ad sen ane A Nation-wide interest in tax )@ttraction at the Exhibition to see G. 3 W 2500 the absence of reservoirs for in hop Alois Stepinac ha pees CAIRO, Dec. 5
Spanish wn, to-day,| 0.4, Saha se” Boy sejthe judgin This was done 3 it. & G. Chalienor 00.00 fection with either species d Jeonditionall released ‘ ' > ; oti
. i charged with conspiracy to de scandals unearthed by the House : : : ; ) ! 1 Yr speci an y Panjur, Press reports said that eight
Air ields In Korea fraud in connection with farm| IMvestigating Committee had/Pir hs Pr idete i - Added the malaria carr as his decision hi bus passengers were killed and
vorkers tic _. caused .speculation in political) UNderway and not in the ¢ r little hance of reproduction i iken by the Croatian Minister .
RS he a 7 workers tickets, and was remand- - hr -§ Oe ameter lintsas Mahia thik: More ’ $158 ; ‘4 pi tee ; tm trie K , ; seven injured, when an. express
EAST CENTRAL FRONT, |ed until December 18 on bail, His} C!"¢les here, regarding whether it} ™Ornils, | bl weet dere he ven he et tad sip A vgn PA ertor, irajaci¢ Ivan, on the \ train crashed into a country bus,
Dec. 5 |wife, Helen Malcolm, Victor| may lead to a Cabinet shake-up.JOPen to the public a he with D.D.T, He however expres basis of ar-icles 67 and 68 of thé | pere,—y.p
Communist fighters and bombers ; Graham and Hubert Harris, were| Most speculation about a change wien: 8 ee aoe sag sg | the opinion that th ellow feverflaw on Punitive Security I
are now capable of hitting /.iliea| charged jointly with creating a|has centred on the Attorney Gen- His Excellency the Govert RED TRUCE TEAM : spec ould become establial jucational Corrective Me re
lie tenhi ini ¢ mar ~ : sre | was conducted round the She {in Georgetov tl D tment It w tated tl f THE ADVOCATE PAYS
positions anywhere in Korea. The public mischief in conspiring to] eral J. Howard MeGrath. There y i re na iu partmen wa ated that in the n 1 om d ¢ Pi s
‘

Communist recent build-up of air, defraud. They were also reman-|have been a few flat predictions | F § an hour before it began t tv sprays the periphery « hoftime, he will reside in a monastet
n

Being Brestient ithe Ms BLOCKS TALKS

, r : ,
fired as the “whipping boy” at ultural Society roatia, Stepinae serving a 1t

|
|
cern by Allied officers as Commu- aE 7 : Seah aan cilieA na, 3 LP rit Subewan “D.WGS ia :
nist ceasefire negotiators at Pan-! 'CA the Democratic Party in this in- ‘ asa we ’ 7 ’ ae ot i ; year sentence, was imprisonec DIAL — 3113
munjom demanded United Nations J TEAM LEAVE FOR stance @ on! Pat oe 9 ON PRISONERS Said since the malaria inc 946 by a Commun t, wh

i power is being viewed with con-} | ded on bail, until the same date.|that he would either resign or be

y and not central Georgetown Joear hi birthplace, Kra FOR NEWS





court,
\ dence ha been reduced by D.D.1

; 4 , .
consent to continue the construc-| B’DOS JANUARY 14 The scandal is pens to have x ag a a Tae aie eeaeh tour: isn’ gully! cok esavtins DAY OR NIGHT
tion of airfields in North Korea, KINGSTON, J'ca., Dec. 5 repercussions on the Democratic P | i Tai k PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 5 | H BRS has not be ollaboration with the German

while an armistice is on. Com-| Jamaica’s cricket team. flies to| Party’s Presidential chances of e ro an S$. Communist tfuce negotiators, Single case of ye Ilo fever on —UP.

locked the immediate dis-| record, the possil }
of the exchange of war) demic resulting from the possibile

in Korea. The United release of the lirvae remot





munist airfields and _ s.rips have! Barbados January 14 under the] !952. McGrath could be offered as é be
been moving southward and are captaincy of Arthur Bonitte. The |@ “sacrifice” to the appeasement Burnt Out a
no longer confined north of the| first game is January 17—23 the of public indignation over the i

§ situs vmaiin se01) tute Major General Howard I
r, Tas ‘second January 24—5 situation, because the prosecution ie weer oan ia
Yalu River.—wU.P. = Je uary 24—29.—(CP) of tax fraud cases is the responsi- TRENTON, Michigan, Dec, 5 furner ked the Reds in a sub-

. 7 Eleven huge gasoline and oi)| committee meeting if they ould |
THE EST bility of his department, although! g rey would! —
refining tanks blew up, or burred, | og to the appointment of a sec . y » the
sree to the appoints -' Unknown Plane Hits

mittee to conside,









he rollecti e !
the actual collection of taxes in| Shooting spectacular sheets of

| flame hundreds of feet in the ait
and covering a 10 mile area witli
\i a heavy pall of black mo

the first place was the duty of the
Treasury Department. —U.



questio

Communist replied that Mountain Ridge





Senior Del



the North















































e | No one was injured in the chair | Lt.-Gen, Nam I, had giv-| ONTARIO, California, De
‘ J ; tiv]
Aerial Je t Battle | of reaction blasts and the result- ‘ t instructions on th The Sheriff office here
4 or . ing fires at the Socony Vacuum} it t ed by the United’ that an unidentified airplane
Rages For 35 Mins. | Company Refining Plant about 20] Naticr i plenary essior on’ lieved to be the miSssir ; milita
- : uP m outh of Detroit. onday ind therefore they could, \ransport with five United Stat
Sth AIRFORCE H.Q., ne tanks were ripped open| not give any definite answe | Airfore men aboard, explod
i Korea, Dec. 5 j like sardine car Others melted The U.N. wants to arrange the] last night on a mour
| United Nations jet pluné | the int ¢ UP excl e of 1 a 4 sina’ northeast of here
knocked down five Communis: _——— ible, due to evidence indicat
j MIG 15’s to-day, and damage “yr > > ling that nearly 6,000 U.K His t is reporte
} another five Russian-built jet l udeh I arly j lun | prisoner ost of them Ameri-| wh , he Dep '
the 10.h day of jet to jet battle.) } can r have died in Cc | 4 I ft p t
One of the aerial fights raged for} Elee tion Campa ai 19 gn munist atrocitic ' intain, Residents of O
35 minutes, equalling the longe=t| an | W hat Do They Mean? the jneigh i
air fight of the Korean war. Only | TEHERAN, | Che U.N. spent nearly all of | reported seeing tne
on one other occasion did je. | stnformer ; wo a4 | f-hour meeting try-| d star mall bru
| clash for as long as 35 minutes. | wedne poy. Poe eres t ling t the Red to clarif | i
—UP. | wee ea, oe vo . their pre f upervising . rs attempted to make
i Poser ese ee ares oy CIT ClEC-T Armistice \ t half the|their way to the crash scene wit
; Uon camp J aney aeciaed tt Tse 7 a we ie nv igor ind jee but the
isin e part outl aa le} ime i up in cross-exam- 4 pon a jeep yu :
f SHOCKED \* he i pé y 38 Outle oy, , ,,.| Ming thern on the meaning of their} were unable to negotiate the ec
. . a ididate vill rur ©PEM~) offer to let neu se y te grade
eis LONDON Dec. 5. tdewte peta 7 pfler o let neut ul obser er teams| rad
> co rade news sa at) * r : : ( As) 0 nitr yehind ‘
it was “shocked” at the Argentine | 8 ai ag Univerel sdents| their lines to prevent reinforce -|_ A plane from March Field al
Government's commercial estimate | SC°CCWed =a | demonstration on) ments from entering North Korea,|*ishted the wreckage of the bi
of a wheat crop of 3,000,000 tons Li cone sae fore Majli aor | “We still don’t know what they} Plane, but was ante to let
this year. It explained, “while we | Police ban "y femand-i mean by “ports of entry” said mine if it was a C47. A
knew the position to be bad, we |!" the TSVAeTB Ne! of girll/ U.N. spokesman. The Allies want, Airforce C47, which left Nort ’ L . ° c lt
did not quite realise it was as ba beeen expelled for Communi "| to know whether the Reds would/Air Force Base, near San Ber Occasions ol unique and spec ial
as this. The impression conveyed | 4gitation last week. permit observers to go to the ai nardio, California en t
x our own oon ae was that al OD Friday Comr a a led pe a fields and the North Korean Man-' Long Beach, California, with {
harvest of 0 tons, was parti § also scheduled big) churia rail-« sing points as well men aboard on Tuesday was t ‘ .
quite a reasonable SEpectasen 'demor tration in in obvious elec-| as the seap: ported long overdue enjoyment call for clgarettes
—U.P.— tion move Us —U.P. Aeronautics Administratiot Ut ae =
|
France Lags Behind In ’51 D f > yt made by Gan eneRS te
| efence Juola |
By EDWARD M. KOURY ed to turning out th t! wzling display of toy sductior 00 x A :
PARIS, Dec.5 time record there ‘sho nd gadgets, Tho kids love it, but tanks, 1,000 medium tat reflect the rare perfection and to
It has been learned that Franc most ¢ plete ‘failure Defence offie als grimace 1,000 I ired ur r ne
will fall far short of meeting he Instead, the prodic f the amount of “elite Mobile D ‘
| Defence commitment for t article of .co mption i r r 1 in some of the yul e the ¢ ¢ ’ .
[sons and United States offic ing. In 1950 the average t } t k ‘ \ ec ho the whole contented mood
j }h begun to put “the heat” or a ictior e * ps r Tt med Creust Work i Ww I pt to tt
f |Government to make a real r i ‘ paci t k r ;
jarmament effort averaging 37,280. Tract C - ler Plant is turning out strength are re Five 1
= | losed that the Defence Bicycles, Motorcycle Jules Moch Pledeed t crane ‘ ’ :
z | re has anade hit i der I 951 the bicycle ne ( ) r », 1950. Jul Moct er
| a dustrial product cle dusty r i tk then M te {N Iwo of the fift only Shee best
Mavasoes it ay rtai nits montt } t tio Defe . pledge rat pe
that he French pro ! ‘ ounle put 10 Divisior n t e | eD tod
TOP—“Terrible Turk”, Bull Terrier, owned by Mr. John Bladon, was f TOA For the f e end of 19 tec ne ee thi tank fae wz WA do
selected the best exhibit on show. ‘ e pre the + t 952 1 90 the « he elivered to comt i
BOTTOM—Mr. D. W. Wiles’ Alsatian “Susan” won three prizes. She he t I f eal ur before the id ‘inet Se ee en ci eeene acca
was the best bitch on show. Jovernment prom ut to recapture tt ‘ spit tlined a prog ie ) SENSON @ HELGES Liv LD SOND ¢




PAGE TWO









H* EXCELLENCY the G
ernor and Lady Savage and
asmall ty will attend the ope
ing i e Harrison College
Dramatic Groups’ presentation of
Shak f My “aesar, Eve
full seale rehearsals are
n yesterday
a schoel holiday (Ex-
i were hard at
r orni there is



rsal








v on December
14th at 8.; ind will be re-





peated the > : night Pro-
eeds from the play will help buy
ne costume and stage settings
The Queen’s College Rangers
ur Miss Eleanor Nurse and
M V. Weston are making the
costumes. ‘
Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr.

Trevor Gale on his appoint-



ment





as a Director of the Advo-
cate Company Limited Trevor
has been in the newspaper busi-
ness for fourteen years now and
has had a v d career
company started t his
father

Starting in the Accounts

Office
where he spent a number of year

he later went over to the Editorial
Department where he was a sports
writer and cub reporter combined

Later on
olumn
years

he

he took over this
and was Carib for a
He then = switched to
Advertising of the
paper and went up to Canada to
study Newspaper Advertising with

same

few

ection

the Thompson Dailies. On his re-
turn he was made Advertising
Manager of the “Barbados Advo-
cate” which post he still holds

Of course lots of his friend
know him better as “Bookie” our ,
racing correspondent and also a
author and publisher of two vol-

umes of “South Caribbean Racing!
Review” which he brought out in
1948 and 1949. Son of Hon. V, ¢
Gale, M.L.C., Managing Director
of the Advocate Co., Ltd., and



is following in the best traditions
of a family of journalists and
publishers.

Tradition ,

LMOST everyone at 4he Ex-"

{

hibition yesterday was wear-

4
Mrs. Gale, Trevor, it is obvious,>

a

&

eee

on

re ye et.




s:and 18

Israeli folk songs.
earthenware and goatskin, worn

short visit to London.—Express.

On Tour

R. L, N. ASCOUGH, di-

H,

ing the “traditional” new suit, visional Manager, Cable and
new dress etc., and those who'fWireless (W.1. )

were unable to buy a new out-MiLid., leaves this

fii were wearing their “best’) morning for

clothes. After a good look at thes;Puerto Rico, Hebe

various exhibits, first stop was a










i
refreshment stall and there were «Vj 1 gin I
many of these. Thirsts quench- ed, the “Try Your Luck” booths,- fore returning
with a variety of attractive* Barbados in
prizes attracted sarge crowds! proximatels
throughout the evening. Eleven , weeks’ ne
o'clock last night found a terri- C.J. V. I
fie crowd still tihronging the Area Engineer of
Park reluctant to go home. tthe same com-f

Today’s crowd should be even
greater, aiaiae

Can Do

IS EXCELLENCY the Gov-
erhor sent a personal tele-
gram to John Goddard yesterday,
“Good luck to you all. Possunt
quia posse videntur.” The latter
is the motto of Lodge School
where John attended. A _ free
translation is “They can do it be-
cause they know they can.”

REINDEER CHOKED BY
GRAPE
Chaos in Ironmonger’s Shop
WIDOW THROWN FROM
« TOWEL-HORSE

HEN little Agatha Gar-
lick, aged 8%, of 6, the
Drive, Moonsleigh, went to open
ther sea-chest on Wednesday
morning (Continued on Page 1).

Llangyrkyn track

waterlogged

7THE pea-track up Liangyrkyn,
the mountain which towers

over Aberbananer, is almost
waterlogged. During a practice
push yesterday, Evans the Hearse
was bitten on the nose by a small
fish, which ate the pea. There
is a fear that this sort of thing
may bring pea-pushing into dis-

credit. Wet weather would give
Evans an advantage, as Jivie
Wosherbocker is accustomed to
the specially prepared tracks of
Nevada, The peogle of Aber-
bananer have not forgotten the
day when an Arab pea-pusher,

in a match against Evans, struck
a submerged boulder with his
nose, during a thunderstorm, and
had to retire from the contest.

‘A riot of educational
emotion’
T is staged that a film about
the manufacture of alu-
minum, called “Unfinished Rain-
bows,” has broken all records. I
hope this will set a fashion for
films. about the rotatory method
of injecting vitamin-coated pips
into pre-frozen jam, the varnish-
ish of dummy foghorn-con-
tainers, the partial renovation of
gasturbines and the fixing of
miniature flying buttresses or
hardened gelatine to wood-fibre
paper-weights. My own recently
finished film about handles for
dredger-buckets is called ‘Dust
On The Sun.”
Tra-la-la !

The clipped dialogue, so pop-
ular between the wars, has given



gPany who is at

BY THE





Mr. H. LL, V. Ascough
present in Jamaica will join Mr,
Ascough in Puerto Rico and ac-
company him on his tour,

One Way

WO o'clock
yesterday afternoon
traffic, (motor vehicles,
and pedestrians) very orderly
and all going one way. Destina-
tion Queen’s Park to the annual

in Broad Street
found
eyelists

Ce v, 7, gmt,
FR Serre

, -year-old Aviva, from Tel Aviv.
and her husband, Helli), 34, who plays a shepherd's pipe, will sing
She will play with both hands on a drum of

Caub Calling

Sat a

She

on a strap round her shoulders.

“It dates back to the time of Moses,” she said, Married three years
ago. Hellil and Aviva are to make a film in America after their

Special Meeting
SPECIAL Meeting of the
Codrington High School Old

Girls’ Association was held at the

Yacht Club on Tuesday afternoon

at 4.30 o'clock. Chief reason for

the meeting was to elect a new

President as the then

is leaving for

ber 19th. Mrs, C, L. Skinner was
elected in her place.

A vote of thanks was also
moved thanking all those firms

and people who had helped make
their dance at the Crane Hotel
on October 13th a success. The
dance was held in aid of the Vin-
ter Memorial Fund.

Talking Point

Reputation is what men and
women think of us; character is
what God and his angels know
of us.

—Thomas Paine,

Incidental Intelligence

HROUGH this door pass the

most important people in
world—my customers.— No-
tice on a@ small Soho shop.

the



President |
Miss Pat Moore had resigned. She |
England on Decem-}






BARBADOS ADVOCATE

|

Theatre ... Hy Beverley Baxter. M.P.

fail bri Passi
4]

lVvir. Forsyth fails to bring out Passion
T} st of / >» was!
Accuracy is the foe of self-expression. ia ne — ne 8 = oa
Imagination is more convincing than truth. pd Pose ahd” See Chases te
Art is in chains when tied to facts. eneral, but he greatly influenced
the thinkers of his time and died}
FORGIVE me if | opem*my theatre review with th th the respect even of his
pronouncements, but after seeing Heloise at the Duke o! a Real "Hide. dan. visi Vaid “dieeies
York's I am once more imp) ssed by the difficulties of writ- even if you will not recognise the)
ing a play based on a real > story. rules. Heloise was given ~
The author, Mr. James Forsyth, “lly & ‘normal woman. Tou oe ie one lesa she
is well known to the indomitable *“e Was woubly altracuve, 10: ae i ed ‘haan. him A great
public who are able to get the * the wve game the ming ana ¥ re in’ ailide'| daha tie tee
Third Programme on their radio Ot merely ime boay expresses '°Ve story ee! historian
sets. Mr. Michael Powell, who Sex. poet, BC PINNED, Ae Cares ei
presents and produces the play, And to Notre Dame comes @"¢ the painter to ¢nsUre its}

has previously shown courage and
high ability by giving us such
films as Red Shoes and The Tales
et Hoffmann, and the warm ap-
plause at the end of the play was
in pert a personal tribute to him,

Let us make the preposterous
Suggestion that Mr, Poweil had
never heard, except vaguely, of
Hléloise and her gentleman friend
Abélard, and that Mr. Forsyth
came to him with the suggestion
of writing a play about. them.
Naturally Mr. Powell would ask
him what the plot was.

“It has everything,” the author
might well reply, Abélard was the
eldest son of a noble Breton hous?,
but chucked it for a scholastic
career, In his wanderings he fell
under the influence of famous
realists, and his whole religious
outlook was altered. Hig motto
resolved itself into ‘Understand
so that you may believe’ rather
than ‘Believe so that you may un-
derstand.’ In fact, he became the
bravest theologian and the most

dering thinker of the eleventh
century.”

Up to this point Mr. Powell
could have been excused for not

seeing much dramatic material in
the story. The eldest son renounce
| ing his wordly estate would be a
food scene in a film with an
|) ancient castle set in vast fields and
loyal retainers wiping away their
tears. But it would be too costly
|) for a short episode in a play.

“And now,” Mr. Forsyth no
}doubt said, “the story switches
to Paris.” This, of course, was
lifferent. Paris—how often it
has been hurled into the breach
to save a play or a _ musical
comedy. Paris! Now we are
getting somewhere.

Within the precincts of Notre
Dame there lived the eminent
Canon Fulbert with his young
and pretty niece Heloise, who
|despite some claims to intellec-
tuality and even a_ gift for
philosophical repartee was basi-



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Abelard as a scholastic lecturer,

an event that had a profound
influence upon the tninkers of
that time. It also had a pro-

found influence upon the youth-
ful Heloise, who fell hopelessly
in love with him.

The girl's uncle who, like most
wise men was a fool, not only
invited Abelard to be his niece’s
tutor but had him come and live
with them. They fell in love;
she bore Abelard a son, and they
were secretly married which
you will agree is the wrong order
of events. They took their own
house, but when Heloise realised
that her husband’s careér wa
being damaged she openly denied
the marriage and went back to
live with her uncle, thus reduc-

ing the crime of Abelard from
marriage to the minor offence ot
adultery.

Uncle Fulbert, however, was

not only a scholar, but a violent
fellow. Infuriated by the dis-
grace which, had come to his
niece he determined on a savage

revenge. In short he caused
Abelard to be mutilated in a
manner that made certain he
would never egain be troubled
with progeny

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immortality !
Pretty and Intense |
I am afraid that Mr. Forsyth
has been crushed by the weight|
of material in the plot, and has
failed to bring passion . and
beauty to his task. The fault]
lies with him and not with the;
In fact, Miss Siobhan
is pretty and intense|
to give verisimilitude to
famous tale, although 1}
no great liking for actresses |
run petulantly off stage.)
Altogether she gives a tender and
convincing performance,

Mr. Macken

actors.
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enough
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life by convincing us that|
Abelard must have spent a good}
deal of his time in _ Ireland|
although it is not so recorded by|

historians. On the whole it is a}
good performance without reach-|
ing the stars. The play is}
beautifully mounted, the inci-
dental music is full of atmosphere
and I commend Mervyn Johns
and John Byron for their intelli-
gent contribution to the night
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Baron Silvio: And death but a in her boudoir, was yesterday Whip WILSON with Jimmy WAKELY with
a scullion s lullabye to soothe surprised to see a man with a Andy CLYDE in Cannonball TAYLOR in
the witless in the windly corri- miniature gas-meter in his
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mouse of a poet, seeing that the the window. “Who are you and a
ardent moon is a mere mound of what do you want?” she cried, Opening FRID: 7th 230445 & | Special SAT; 9.30 a.m, & 1.30 p.m,
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imperial heart. The creaking
postern emits a reek of disestab-
jished dreams, I cannot cling
to the wind, nor cast my in-
domitable anchor in a quagmire
of radiant indifference.

* HY
grow

do so many
beards?” seems to
me about as sensible a question
as “Why do so many artists not
grow beards?” Yet I warrant the
letter will start a controversy
somewhere or other,

An old song says that Barbizon

artists

got its name from the fact that
the Barbizon artists all had
beards like bisons: barbes de
bisons. I believe Millet's studio
is still shown there, but the
Auberge du Grand Veneur
would be more in my line, or
the Atgle Noir at Fontainebleau,
where Queen Victoria once

trod in the footsteps of Cardinal
de Retz.

Vila Brevis and
the gas man
RECENT ruling that a gas

A

man may force his way into

a house will probably lead to a
sudden and startling increase in
the number of “gas men.” In

fact, outside houses inhabited by

out of the heat{”

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information

Syria treacle turns grey in the ee

winter” “Lapaland had its Frid, to Sun. Midnite Sat. Joan CRAWFORD in

highest death-rate among rein- 4.45 & 8.30 p.m “Frontier | “THE

deer since 1928,” ete., ete., ete.) 6 COOPER Investigator’ | David BRIAN in
collectors should not miss the meal wy. an oon a ed |

Statement that “the temperature | * wo aay aan |

72 miles above the earth is 308 eT DALLAS | Monte HALE |

degrees above boiling point.” ,

- ? Te a]

The future inhabitants of the \ rary

interplanetary space-islands, or S) : om 9

ports of call for lunar rocket sehen

service No. 38(c), will be able TO

to wear their pitch helmets with
devastating insouciance.

‘Mid the traffic’s proar '
SUET, ESQ., had prepared | 1
an elaborate chart show-

ing, in coloured inks, how the
east-west flow of traffic in
Holborn could be diverted to
Chancery-lane, and then backed

back into Holborn as soon as the
Chancery-
ime had been diverted by back-
or
It was pointed

north-south
’

traffic in

itig it either into
into Fleet-street.
out to him that traffic backing
one Way would meet traffic back-
ing the other, “Then let both
lots stop backing and go straight
forward, as before,” said Suet.
This reply has caused much
comment.

Holborn

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER



All Aspects Of Educational Work Covere

Al Education-———— —

Conference

The Education Conference,
which is now in session at
Hastings House, headquarters of
the Development and Welfare Or-
ganization, under the chairman-
ship ef Mr. J. L. Nicol, Education
Adviser to the Comptroller, is
dealing with a heavy agenda cov-
ering all aspects of educational
work in the British Caribbean
colonies, and yesterday began its
session at 8.15 a.m.

At the morning sessions on
Monday and Tuesday, the Confer-
ence reviewed the position in re-
gard to the provision of school
places in the various territories.
It noted that in most, if not in all
territories, the rapid increase in
the number of children of school
age combined with the limitation
of public funds presented a serious
problem. It was felt that this pro-
blem was not likely to be golved
without recourse to expedients de-
signed to make the educational
facilities which could be provided
available to a greater number of
school children.

Double Shift

The possibilities of experi-
menting with the double shift
system, with dilution (i.e. in-

creasing the proportion of un-
certificated teachers) and with a
reduction of the length of the
primary course, whether by in-
creasing the age of entry or in
other ways were considered, The
use which might be made of com-
munity effort was also discussed.
The Conference gave attention to
the problem of building costs,
which at present range from £10
a place for open air schools in St.
Vincent to nearly £30 a place for
buildings of traditional design in
some other territories,

On Tuesday morning Professor
Beasley (Economic Adviser to the
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare) addressed the Conference
on the financial aspects of educa-
tional policy and the need to re-
late educational planning to the
financial position and resources of
the territory.

Teacher Training

On Monday afternoon and Tues-
day afternoon the subject of
teacher training was discussed at
length, and the facilities available
in all territories were reviewed.
Special consideration was given to
the problems of the Leeward and
Windward Islands, whose Govern-
ments are particularly handicap-
ped, owing to the limitation of
funds, in providing training of a
suitable standard for a sufficient
number of teachers, It was
thought that it might be possible,
subject to the views of the Gov-
ernments concerned, for the
teacher training colleges in Barba-
dos, British Guiana, Jamaica and
Trinidad to accept some student
teachers from other territories for
training leading to certification.

Yesterday morning, the Con-
ference was addressed on the
subject of school broadcasts by

Mr. Kenneth Ablack, Liaison

Officer for the British Broad-

easting Corporation in the East-

ern Caribbean, who described
what was being done in Eng-
land in this field and the lines
on which he himself was mak-
ing recommendations to the

West Indian Governments in his

sphere of operations. His speech

was followed by a debate in
which the value and potential-
ities of broadcasting to schools
were discuSsed in considerable
detail.

Technical Education

The Conference then considered
technical education. It heard ac-
counts of the facilities provided
in Jamaica, Trinidad and British
Guiana and the plans of certain
governments for the improvement
or extension of existing facilities,

6, 1061





or the introduction of new ones.
Various problems of common in-
terest were discussed and the sub-
ject will be considered further at
@ subsequent session.

The Delegates were entertained
at luncheon at the Marine Hotel
by Mr, Nicol. Sir George Seel,
Comptroller for Development and
Welfare was among other guests
present,

Arrangements have been made
for Major Darlington, Principal
of the British Guiana Technical
Institute, to meet a local commit-
tee for discugsion on the subject
of technical education during his
stay in Barbados

Domtinican Republic
Seizes Guban Sailors

UNITED NATIONS,
New York, Dec. 5

A United Nations spokesman
said that Cuba has informed the
Security Council of the dispute
with the Dominican Republic over
the seizure of the Guatemalan
vessel Quetzal, but this action does
not mean the world arganisation
will step in,

He said that Cuba transmitted
to the Council the text of a com-
plaint filed with the Inter-Amer-
ican Peace Committee in Wash-
ington in compliance with the
Charter Clause that provides that
members should inform the U.N.
of political disputes arising in re-
gional organisations.

The Cuban Minister of State
Aurelianao Sanchez Arango for-
warded the text to the Council’s
President in Paris along with a
note explaining the action taken
within the Inter-American re-
gional system,

The Cuban complaint was based
on the arrest and sentencing by
the Dominican Republic of five
Cuban seamen of the Quetzal’s
crew.—U.P, a





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THESE snapshots,
which give you the
measure of Dong's
Man of Destiny, are
a prelude to the
story of his hersic
actions day by day,
week by week.



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THE DING:

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HIS EXCELLENCY THE DING of DONG

wishes the artist to make it clear that any reserablance
between him and any other ruler, living or dead, is
purely intentional.

Federation Debate
Adjourned Sine Die

(From Our Own Correspondent)
GEORGETOWN, B.G., Dec. 5.
THE Legislature today adjourned sine die their debate on

the Federation motion,

after four

other members had

spoken, as the Council will start on Thursday to discuss the
estimates for 1951. At the end of today’s debate—the third
day’s motion before the House asking the Council to accept

Federation in principle and

appoint a Committee of ali

unofficial members to go into The Rance Report, faced

sure defeat.

So far three members, Nichol-
son, Carter and Gonsalves are
supporting the motion, Fer-
nandes is for Federation bui
wholly opposes the Rance re-

rt. Jagan, and Lee are for

eration but only on condition
that the Federal State be given
full dominion status, Six oppos-
ed Roth, Smelly, Fereira, Singh,
Debindin and Luyckhoo.

Of the eight others to speak
three at least will oppose.

Opening the debate today Dr.
Chedi Jagan leader of the leftist
People’s Progressive Party, re-
cently back from a tour of
Britain and the Eastern zone of

Germany said his Party fav-
oured Federation but only on
condition that the Federal state

be given full dominion status.

Jagan moved and Theophilus
Lee seconded the amendment
which called for the appoint-
ment of two representatives
from each colony elected under
Adult Suffrage to form a con-
stituent Assembly to formulate a
mew constitution for a Carib-
bean Dominion but the amend-
ment was considered to be a new
motion and ruled out.

Dismayed
Dr. Jung Baodur Singh, one of
the colony's observers at the



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clared that the was inelined to
the idea of Federation but on
close observation of the set up
proposed so far as British Gui-
ana is concerned he was dis-
maved,

Referring to the B.G.
tation on the Federal Council
Singh said “I cannot understand
how those men could have set up
a division so unpopular. I am
against it and suggest that what
we could do here is to federate
among themselves and be one
people.”

repre-

Some Secrets

Lee replying to Singh explained
that at first at Montego Bay, West
Indians had suggested jive seats
for B.G., five for Barbados but it
was only after stout fight by Mr.
Wight who has the other observer
that it was agreed to give B.G. six
and reduce Barbados to four but
even Barbados had objected to
bringing up the rear behind B.G.
Lee said foregoing were some of
the secrets behind the scenes in
the discussions at Montego Bay.

Lee opposed strongly the motion
before the House but seconded
Jagan’s proposals in his speech.

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Lee deplored the racial feelings
which were working behind the
scenes far and against Federation

He deplored that East Indians
opposed Federation because they
believed they would become a
minority group and that Africans
were backing Federation because
they felt they would be in the
majority and would thus rule the
Federal State. Captain Pat Fer

réra opposed Federation in tote.
He said nothing new had come to
light since the issue was debated
in 1948 to make him change his
mind that B.G. should not feder-
ate with the W.I

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development is going on in Sur-
inam and B.G.’s eastern neighbour
following self government and
Opined that B.G. needed a greater
measure of self government which
would ensure development, Fed-
eration with the W.!, could not be
beneficial to B.G., he added.



LOVE IS BEING
RUINED

PARIS, Dee. 5

Modern conveniences ruin-
ing love, according to Pierre Gros-
claude, the President of the So
ciety of French poets ‘Not only
does one no longer know love as
literature through the centuries
has described it, but one no longe:
knows it at all.’ Grosclaude told
an audience of attentive lonely
men.

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Grosclaude bemoened the fact
that lovers no longer speak in
poetic phrases and blamed it on
modern conveniences, Telephone
and telegraphic calls have ruined
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Free Nations
Must Inerease
Oil Production

WASHINGTON,
United States
ssday that it
overseas
1952 crude oil production to mur
than 5,000,000 barrels per day or
ibout nine pe cent, above th
resent level The petroleum at
ministration for Defence said the
would
5.443 new wells
| toreign nations during the year
It said three fourths of those
ould be required to maintain
oduction rate equal to 1961
4,600,000 barrel per day, Other
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Finance Group
Approve
Schuman Plan

PARIS,
plan

Dec, 5
The Schuman pooling
Western Europe's ¢
ndustric V overwhelmingly
approved by the Finance Commis
sion of the National Assembly
Wednesday night on the eve of the
showdown Parliamentary debate

for

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* on the revolutionary project

The Finance Group voted 23 t
nine for the plan whieh would
bind the heavy industrial
sources of West Germany, France,
Italy and Benelux

Communists alone are in opposi-
tion while General Charles De-
Gaulle’s “rally of French people’
abstained,

The Finance Groups action as-
sures Government of an over-
whelming vote of approval when

re-

it asks the assembly to ratify the

50 year Schuman plan treaty Fri

day night after two days debate
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‘KOREA |

THE shooting war in Korea is still on but
there are real hopes that an armistice will
be signed before Christmas.

The chances of an armistice would seem
to depend on whether the Chinese wish to
be rid of the Korean drain on its resources
is stronger than Moscow’s wish to keep
American forces tied up in the unpopular
war.

Everyone knows that American forces
and other United Nations troops are only
in Korea to uphold the prestige of the
United At the same time public
opinion in the United States and in the
other countries which are members of the
United Nations, is swinging round to the
belief that Korea cannot be defended in-
definitely.

The opinion is also expressed that the
honour of the United Nations has been
vindicated because aggression has been re-

Nations

pressed in Korea. The American desire for
peace and a cease-fire is well known, What
of the Chinese?

The Korean fighting has tended to focus
attention on Korea, and to blur the Oriental
picture. China today is a Communist coun-
, zy in the initial stages of revolution and
reconstruction. It is suffering from inflation
and internal difficulties ali kinds. It
cannot therefore be interested in perpetu-
ating a major war, especially a war which
is being fought for the interests of the
Kremlin. The United Nations are commit-
ted in any armistice agreement to insist on
the unification and independence of Korea.
But if the Chinese agreed to these terms ,
the United Nations troops would have to
withdraw from Korea.

What effective action could then be
taken to ensure that Chinese objectives
would not be gained by peaceful Commun-
ist infiltration on Czech lines?

Bloodless victories are the least costly
and their value in the collective Commun-
ist propaganda campaign for world power
is inestimable.

The war may end in Korea before Christ-
mas. In the event the prestige of the United
Nations will have been upheld: but unless
open rivalry flares up between Peking and
Moseow the victory will not have gone to
the powers of the Western world.

GERMANY

THE visit of Dr. Adenauer to London is
the first of its kind for 20 years. It is indi-
cative of the real intention of the West to
admit Germany into the partnership of
Western Europe,

But there is no cause for premature re-
joicing. Obstacles still exist to prevent too
clese co-operation between the German
Republic and Western Europe.

In Paris where Dr. Adenauer has been
before his visit to London these obstacles
were not surmounted. Disagreement be-
tween American opinion on one side and
the British and French on the other is
mainly responsible. The Americans who do
not live in Europe are willing to permit the
Germans to manufacture heavy armaments
again. The French and British, who do live
in Europe object. This is the major ob-
stacle but there are others.

It would seem that while Britain and
France want German help in any battle
against Russian imperialism, they want to
be more than 100 per cent certain that Ger-
man arms will never again be used against
themselves.

At the same time Dr. Adenauer has to
consider Germany and is naturally anxious
that Germany’s new status of “sover-
eignty” must precede entry into a Euro-
pean army. The obstacles remain but the
goodwill shown by the visit of Dr. Ade-
nauer to London is an encouragement to all
those who see no peace in Europe without
Germany's admission into the comity of
Western nations.

of





Points from Letters:



Politics vs Economics
To The Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—At a meeting in St. George recently
one of the candidates told his hearers that
if this island could be rid of the plantation
owners and the planters, they, the mem-
bers of the Labour Party could carry on
the estates and that the island would be
producing the same cane and sugar to pay
for the services. He would have liked to
put these people (meaning the owners and
planters) on the Lord Combermere and Ida
and put them to sea.

I should like to refer your readers to the
number of plantations now bought by the
Panama Company in this island and which
are not now in the hands of the planters.
Anyone who knew them and saw their con-
dition before would be able to compare
their production with the past ownership

and that of today.









I sugge now that if the members of the
Labour Party can do well with plantations
d can make plantation owners give away
much of their pr Ss, they take over the
anar estates, run then rove them, and
ri t r idealism of givi one step farther

the profits to th worket

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Parliamentary Under-Secretary of
Stu for Air 1938—4,

Resident in West Africa, 1944—45
The most powerful single man

}
|in the world will be seventy-two

|next month.

| There are rumours — as there
| have been for years past — that
|Marshal Stalin’s health is fail-
ing.

| None outside the Kremlin
inner ring can know how true
these stories are, but when he
dies, as even the greatest do at
some time, two immediate ques-
tions will arise: —

1. WHAT IS GOING
HAPPEN INSIDE RUSSIA?

2, WHAT EFFECT WILL HIS
DEATH HAVE ON WORLD
POLITICS, ON THE THREAT
OF WAR, ON THE UNIVER-
SAL WISH FOR PEACE’
As to the first, can the iron
jrule of two successive dictators,
{Lenin and his disciple Stalin, be

TO

leontinued by a_ third seizing
|absolute power from his fellow
| commissars?

Will the ‘rising

| generation of com-

missars band to-
gether in some
form of agreement

on the future gov-
ernment of Russia?
Or will factions
arise over that
control which is
vital at the centre
if a Communist
régime is not to
disintegrate?
Memories

WE know so little
high politics in
country. Little



of

that out,

comes
and what does is fragmentary.

One has memories of Molo-
| tov voicing good will in gay con-
versation with British visitors
to Moscow. Of Vishinsky one-
time Public Prosecutor and now
Foreign Minister, clapping his
visitors on the back in pleasure
lat an agreement reached with
Britain’s representatives.
Remember Molotov’s “No, no”
policy and Vishinsky’s insults
hurled at British and Western
diplomats? What can one say of
contradictions like these? Who
can prophesy what will happen
in mysterious Russia at Stalin’s
death?

Errors Of The Past

please, from our
Russia.

military,
in the

Russian

Protect us,
past errors on

I remember
and air experts
years deriding
and strength.

And even when I
from Moscow in the
1941 as a member of the first
British Government war mission
to Moscow, if I had been a bet-
ting man wanting to wager I
could have got long odds against
my conviction that the Germans
would never beat Russia.

When we reckon the load of
suspicion, distrust, and duplicity,
and the terrible burden’ of
rearmament that Russia’s post-
war policy has imposed on the
British and Western Powers,
remember also another side of the
balance-sheet,

Russian forces fought bravely
against the common enemy.

When we condemn — and
rightly—the stubborn and need-
less support of aggression and
linsurrection in Asia, remember
also the epic of Stalingrad.

naval,
1938—41
power

returned
autumn of



Kremlin Banquet

| All this has happened under
Stalin. q
It is still Stalin in the Kremlin.
What sort of man is he?
| My closest view was at the
}Kremlin banquet in honour of
the British wartime mission
headed by Lord Beaverbrook.
With the authority of our
Government we had _ offered
Stalin. more aeroplanes, more
material supplies, more naval
help than the Service chiefs in
| Whitehall wished to see leave
Britain. Every Hurricane, tank
and gun was important, The
|Middle East was calling for more

and more.

| With characteristic sweep of
vision Mr, Churchill gave the
leader of our mission power to

‘

EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE)
SIX-GUINEA book telling
the story of Blenheim Palace,
home of the DUKE OF MARL-
| BOROUGH, has been withdrawn
| by the publishers
It should have been published
}last week. Now it will not appear
until March, The first 500 copies
are being scrapped because of a
‘technical error in printing.

* °
| ‘The book took author DAVID
GREEN four years to write, While
working on it he assisted the Duke
in showing visitors round the
Palace on the first day it was open
to the public.

“I lost my voice”, he says. “A
baby was left crying in the hall
for two hours and at the end of
it all I found the Duke tired out
|} slumped in an antique hooded
} chair.”
| It was planned to send MR.
|} CHURCHILL, grandson of the
seventh Duke, 2 copy of the book
for his birthday. “But I'm afraid
he will have to wait now,” sighs
Green.

The King’s Walks
| (HE KING will soon be leaving
Buckingham Palace for con-
velescence, He now walks regu-
larly in the grounds, often arm-

jin-arm with THE QUEEN.
The Queen spends much time
ardening, the other day she was

{out for am hour in the rain,
Prince Paul, The Royal Host

(By





poe me the most interesting
person in PRINCESS MAR-

GARET'S rty Maxi
m re ! t P. was
PRINCI PAUI OF

It GOSLAVIA

“Never have I



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

BARBADOS fap ADVOGATE | The ‘Other Side’ Of The Grim Dictator _

A NIGHT OUT
WITH STALIN.

make these generous offers to
Russia.

They were spurned and rejec-
ted by Stalin and his chorus of
commissars. There was not even
a touch of gratitude in refusal.



At 3.30 in the afternoon negotia-
tions had broken down.

It Was No Use Bluffing

At 7 p.m. the final inter-
view between Stalin, Lord
Beaverbrook, and Mr. Harriman,
Roosevelt's special envoy. The
Pritish leader announced that the
mission would be leaving the
next day; that nothing more
could be done; that the best had
been oifered,

Stalin turned 180
word and expression

He saw that here was no

blufling, and that bluff from

him would serve no purpose.

Gratetully, the British offer

was accepted.

came

degrees in

Then came an invitation to dine
at the Kremlin, Stalin asked
how many were in the party. He




seen eyes that
to impart such power.”









was told about 40. “Bring them
all!” was the reply

So back to the tional Hotel
went out the message:

“Boys, you’re dining at the

Kremlin tonight. If you have al-
ready eaten, you are going to eat

again! If you are cating, better
stop, because you are going to
eat again! If you have not eaten

—then don’t! For it’s the Kremlin
for all tonight.”

About 11 o’clock that night
drove through the Kremlin gates

we

in a Russian car with the
O.G.P.U. guard who slept outside
my room.

The great ornate reception hall
was banked with such fresh hot-
house flowers as I have never
seen before or since,

Entrance of A Dictator

SUDDENLY from the far end
of the room I saw approaching
a short, upright figure walking
with hands clasped behind his
back. It was Stalin, in grey
tunic buttoned up at the neck,
baggy trousers to below the knee,
where they met soft leather
Russian boots.

No decorations,
medals.

Yet the dictator's
far more effective
alone, followed closely
missars Mikoyan and
than the usual pomp
flags and A.D.C.’s.

When 1 saw this little figure
coming forward I wondered what
it was about him that struck mae
most. A drooping dark mous-
tache, shot with grey, short al-
most crew-cut hair of the same
colour, with interweaving of grey.

Then I looked at the eyes

Never have I seen eyes that
seemed to impart such power.

A kindly, almost fatherly smile

no ribbons, no

entry was
he walked
by Com-
Molotov,
of bands,

as





played on his face as he shook
our hands. ee
Then to dinner, On-one side
of me was Marshal Voroshilov
and beyond Sir Staffard Cripps
(then our Ambassador in Mos-
cow) On my other side was

Shakurin, Commissar for Aircraft
Production,

Vodka—then more vodka, until
I saw Shakurin tippling with the
water carafe, leaving me to the
real work of drinking vodka. I
called his attention to this little
deception, but he seemed to think
it just fun to try to get an unfair
drinking advantage over a Briton.

We Toasted Each Other

STALIN, with an interpreter at
his side, carried on brisk con-
versation that ranged from the
place of newspapers in British
public life to the habits and cus-






A ‘Hitech’ Holds Up Book

jalleged by parents.

About The Churehills |

His wife, PRINCESS OLG
the sister of the DUCHES
KENT. She has always been great
friends with Olga and her other
sister COUNTESS ‘TOERRING,
wife of a wealthy Bavarian, who
lives in Munich





Prince Paul was the subject of
much controversy during the war.
In 1940 he was Regent for KING
PETER, and was held responsible
for his country signing a pact with
the Axis.

He was overthrown by the
patriots. King Peter came _ to
Britain, but his uncle spent most
of the rest of the war in Kenya





at the’ expense of the British
Government.
Afterwards he went to South
Africa
ACTING as host to Princess
Margaret is a big step forward in
his rehabilitation in royal circles.
I Remember
OW much of your life can
you remember?
Debutante EDWINA DE
WINTON WILLS recalls: “When

I was four Daddy came into the
a new

nursery and demonstrated
unbreakable tea set
“He threw





two cups
ceiling, where they broke
pieces I shall
the look on his face.”

His Friend Michael
{% remembranc¢ f n old
friend, the DUKE OF EDIN-
PRURGI t ek the
; ‘
H
+

MICHAEI RENNIE,



toms of Cabinét: Ministers and|
officials. :

One very senior Russian officer
got extra gay with vodka, fol-
lowed by Russian champagne and
Caucasian white wine. |

‘TELL ME,” SAID STALIN,
“DO YOUR GENERALS GET

DRUNK? MINE DO!!” |
A dinner of endless courses,
many wines served perfectly. |
Came the speeches. There
were about 30, but, unlike our
after-dinner speeches, not one

lasted more than three minutes. |
Stalin gave the first toast, wel-!
coming his visitors in the warm-

est terms of friendship. Second}
was to the Allied armies. His}
last was on tha importance of oil}

modern warfare.
Toasts were drunk to the
mutual success of our forces. To}
me fell the lot _of proposing the
Red Air Force, *

I spoke what I hope
appropriate words; these

in

wert
were





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S’SH_-JUST A

WHISPER
AT DINNER

By R. M. MacCOLL
NEW YORK.

It was turkey, turkey all the way across
America as families celebrdted Thanks-
giving.*

And down in sub-tropical Key West, Flor-
ida, the President’s dinner table in the

|“Winter White House” was no exception.

But stay, who is this engaging Mr. Truman
animated conversation with many a
hearty quip across the turkey and all the
“fixins” ?
None other than Chief Justice Fred Vin-
son, of the U.S. Supreme Court.

In

confidence and is thought to be the Presi-

|dent’s choice to step into his shoes if he

decides not to run again for the Presidency



translated into Russian.
As I sat down I}
heard Sir Stafford}
Cripps calling, “Bal-|
four! Balfour!” i}
leaned forward to ask |
what it was I had
forgotten, or what}
Russian social error}
I had unwittingly |
committed.



i} Then I saw Stalin |
had left his chair and}
was walking towards |
my place, I stood up}
and turned towards}
x him. He held his}
out to mine. Together we |
to the airmen of our two

seemed

glass
drank
nations,

}

In front
special
sian

of him
individual
champagne

Stalin had a
bottle of Rus-
on the top of
which he placed a_ wineglass.
Through an interpreter he ex-
plained that it was to keep the
gas in. He laughed loudly when
the interpreter translated some
light suggestion on our part that
it was really to keep the poison
out!

Towards the end of the dinnex
there was an air raid. A bomt
dropped and we felt the building}
shake, but there was no pause in|
the proceedings,

|

Now for Cinema

ABOvuUT two in the morning |
sumeone announced tnat Stalin|
hoped everyone was having a

good ume,

Next door was a cinema, ana
Stalin (never Marshal, General-
issimo, or Premier; aiways just
plein Stalin) hoped we shoula
enjoy the special show he had
laid on,

He apologised for the poverty

of the cinema, but said it was the
best he could doin the Kremlin.
1 found a comfortable armchair
and a waiter put a bottle of
champagne in front of me.
Stalin also announced that
gentiemen’s washrooms would
found next door to the
This seemed considerate,

the
be
cinema.

The film show started with a
Mickey Mouse. Russian faces
searcely smiled. Then came the
big picture, a display of the|
might of the Russian armies,
the theme being an attack by

Germany through Russia’s West-
ern frontier,

A Hope for the World |

THAT night Stalin spoke of|
the post-war world and how Rus-
sia and the West could live be-}
side each other in peace even
if they pursued different political
ideologies.

Looking back, what a tragedy
it is that Russia by her post-war
policy should have destroyed the
wealth of good will.

Now in sight of his seventy-
second birthday, ts it too much
to. hope that Stalin may respond
once more to direct approach
and invitation from the man he
learned to respect and admire? |

If our Prime Minister thinks}
the chance worth while surely
every one of us will wish Mr.

Churchill well on a mission with

world peace as the prize,
Will Stalin let it come about?|
—L.E.S.

|
|
|
|

the vicar, the REV. MAXWELL
RENNIE.

When the Duke was at Gordon-
stoun School, Morayshire, in 1937,
he shared a study with Michael.
They became friends. Michael
went to Oxford and studied for
the Church. He died when the
City of Benares, carrying evacuee
children to America, was _ tor-
pedoed in 1940,

Sir Stephen’s Apple
IR STEPHEN TALLENTS be-!
lieves he has in his garden a
descendant of the apple tree which
helped SIR ISAAC NEWTON to)
discover the law of gravity.
The original tree died but parts}
of it were regrafted on to other |
trees at a Kent fruit research
station, one of which came to Sir}
Stephen. |
‘Roses’ Of Italy
F four chosen to represent|
British beauty on a fashion}
tour of Australia in January, |
two, VISCOUNTESS BOYLE and
LAURA PARNELL, are Italians.
Undeterred, however, Austra-
lian photographer ALEC MUR-
RAY says: “They are as lovely
as English roses.”
Prunella 1951
~ TILL a vital, lovely woman, 35-
. year-old PRUNELLA STACK, |









Pritain’s Perfect Girl of the!
thirties, has just returned to South
\frica.

She had bee attending the
wenty-first birthday in London

the Women’s League of Health

Beauty
['WICE P

—L.E.S.

next year.

£35,700 PUZZLE

MRS. HETTY WILKS, lonely millionaire
daughter of Hetty Green. “The Witch of
Wall-street,” is having no better luck in
death than in life.

After the lukewarm reception of her mil-
lion-dollar (£357,000) bequest to the church
at Hyde Park, New York comes the comment
of 85-year-old Henry Loomis, of Rochester,
New York, a distant relative, who was left
$100,000 (£35,700) : “What can I do with it ?
I am too old to enjoy it.”

TARGET—SCHOOL

CRITICISM of American education is
growing more frequent, but it falls to wasp-
tongued Dr. Robert Hutchins former Chan-

duce the most caustic comment to date.

He says: “All we can say of American
education is that it is a colossal housing pro-
ject, designed to keep young people out of

| worse places until they are ready to go to

work.”

TOUGH ALL THE WAY

THE NAME was Blodgett.
~and originally was, The Blodgetts came
over in the 17th century. In July 1860 John
Blodgett was born, in Osceola County, Mich-
igan. He was the tough son of tough father
Delos Blodgett, who had pioneered his way
west from New ‘England, and founded a
fortune in the tough trade of lumber.

John followed his old man’s footsteps.
Quick with his fists, rasping of tongue, he
left school at 18 and went to work at Mus-
kegon.

He inherited five millions from his father
—and kept right on adding to it. Later, like
so many others of America’s rich men, he
gave huge sums away.

Now, in Grand Rapids, aged 91, tough
lumberman John has gone to join his fore-
bears.

WALKING THE DOG

MRS. LEE BRONTE, operator of a Los
Angeles beauty shop, was awarded custody
of the family’s cocker spaniel, Negra, when
she got a divorce from husband Seymour.
But the judge ordered that Mr. B. be given
“reasonable rights of visitation,’ so far as
Negra is concerned, and should be allowed
to take her for walks at the week-end.

ARE COMICS BAD?
AT EAST LANSING, Michigan, a college
don, Dr. Morton Malter, has just spent six
months reading—strictly in line of duty—a

|}series of children’s comic books.

This 10,440-page-long task was undertaken
in an effort to see whether they really do
have an evil effect on junior, as is frequently

The doctor’s verdict: “They are not so
bad.”

HE FOUND OUT
THE G-MEN started the trend when they
planted their agents, acting as good Com-
munists, in Red cells. A few weeks ago a
fresh-faced youngster enrolled in the high
school at Wichita Falls, Texas. Now five
men, two women and four of the new boy’s

| fellow-students have been arrested—charged

with running a drug-selling racket, And
the new boy has left school to resume his
youthful career as an anti-drugs agent.

FLYING DOLLARS
IT’S OFFICIAL. The Government's top
Statisticians down in Washington, after some
close calculation, say that the dollar is worth,

|compared with the 1935-1939 period, just

53.7 cents.

HAVE A BANANA
AS THOUGH there were

trouble already on the brawling Brooklyn
waterfront, half a dozen monkeys have got

not enough}



And political pundits are excited at this |
because Vinson enjoys Truman’s complete |

|cellor of the University of Chicago, to pro- |

Sounds British |





loose and are charging all over the place. |
Scores of sailors, longshoremen, police, and|

Prevention of Cruelty to Animals officials

are pursuing them with poles, nets, ropes, |

and other impedimenta. So far only one

has been captured—when a ten-year-old boy |

offered it a banana.

they

wiginally by

harvest

—L.ESS. {







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DECEMBER 6,

1951



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More Cattle of High
Standard at Exhibition

@ From Page 1
almost as soon a
ed but as
creased
crowd

the gates open
wore on it
and evening saw a large
moving itself in all direc-
tions through the Park.

The Show ends today and
Excellency the Governor will
present the Cups and Special
Prizes to the several winners.

There will be a Saddle Horse
Show at 12.30 p.m., a Parade of
Prize winners at 1.00 p.m. and a
Gymkhana.

Geats and Sheep

There were over 100 exhibits in
this section which showed an im-
provement over last year’s. In the
sheep section, outstanding exhib-

the day

in-

His

its were sent in by Mr. Guy Mar-
shall of Clifton, St. Thomas who
secured the most prizes in the



sheep section with the Wiltshire
Black Billy Cross predominating.
Mr. Wilkie of Cottage, St, John
and Dr. Kenneth Nicholls of St.
Philip.

In the Goat section, Mr. C. S
McKenzie of Bay Street received
the most prizes, but the Cup for

the best exhibit in this section @vas
won by Mr. Arthur King of Eagle

Hall while Mr, Guy Marshall
carried off the one for the most
outstanding exhibit in the Sheep

section.

A Cup for the best exhibit in
the peasants class was won by Mr.
Blackett while Mr. Archie King
carried off the Cup for graded
milch goats with only one litter
of kids.

Graded doe kids
the best exhibits in number and
quality and Mr. H. Taitt won the
first prize and Cup for the best
kid, bred, reared and owned by
the exhibitor.

Better Breeding

The improvement in the breed

ing of goats was due to the cross-

were among

ing with the imported Alpine
strain. All exhibits, even those
which did not show ~ condition,

were of good quality

If the process of inter-breeding
is continued, it will do much to
relieve the strain when people of

the middle and lower income
groups would find it difficult to
secure sufficient milk to supply

their families.

Another satisfying aspect is that
the milk produced from these
animals help to raise the nutri-
tional standard of supplying nec-

essary vitamins for young chil-
dren.

The improvement in the Sheep
section was largely due to con-

centrated care. If it were possible
to find sufficient pasturage in Bar-
bados, there every likelihood
that mutton from this source
could be supplied satisfy the
local market.
Cattle

It was a happy thought which
induced the Exhibition Committee
to remove the cattle pens from the
centre of Queen’s Park to the out-
skirts where the animals could be

is

to

sheltered from the heat of the
sun,
The suggestion seemed to be

warranted more so by the extreme-
ly good collection of animals
which were sent to the show.

Many of the prizes in this sec-
tion were carried off by the ex-
hibitors of pure bred holsteins,

Dr. Manning as usual, triumph-
ed with his Jerseys among the
other Classes, while Mr, FE, C. Hill
of Holborn, Fontabelle, carried
off the first prize for the best Milch
cow bred in Barbados with his
Grade Ayrshire.

The peasants and dairy keepers
produced a fine collection and the



number of bulls sent in was the
best for many years. Mr, J. W.
Smith of Rouen, maintained

supremacy for pure bred holsteins
with Bulkeley Ltd., carrying off
second place honours.

The Government produced, not
for competition, another fine col-
lection of animals from the Pine
Livestock Station which included
the Friesian Bergate Hilarious
weighing 2,267 lbs. and Guernsey
Lord Richmond seven years old
and weighing 1,815 Ibs.

Sugar and Syrup

There were several exhibits of

cane sugar and cane syrup. In
the sugar division, Andrews Fac-
tory, St. Joseph, carried off the
first prize for dark crystal sugar
Edgecumbe, St. Philip took the
first prize for clear straw sugar
and Sandy Lane, St. James for
yellow grocery sugar. In the cane
syrup section Sandy Lane and
Cliff, St. John got first prize.

Rum and Falernum

The rum and falernum exhibits
appeared to be up to the usual
standard.





In the rum section, the standing exhibit and

West India the
Ltd.,
Ltd., got
falernum

and Mar-

also cat

Rum Refinery,
Renown Manufacturing Co.,
ind A, B, Kinch & Co
first prizes, and in the
division Ince & Co., Ltd.,
tin Doorly & Co., Ltd.,
ried off first prizes.
Dogs

It was pleasing to see the num-
ber of entrants in the~Alsatian
Class but there is still plenty of
room for improvement in the other
classes,

Mr. John Bladon’s five-year-old
white Bull Terrier “Terrible Turk”
was selected the best exhibit of
the show. “Terrible Turk”, whose
hobby is fighting also won firat
prize for being the best dog in
the “Any other variety” class.
Second was Mr. Ian Gale’s Boxer
nd third Mr. DeL. Dear’s Stat-
fordshire Bull Terrier.

Mrs. J. H, Wilkinson’s “Nikkie”
was awarded first prize for being

the best puppy of the show, Sec-
ond was Mr. D. W. Wiles’ “Susan”.
Mrs. Wilkinson's terrier also won

first ‘prize for being the best Fox



Terrier, Second was Mr. Gerald
Wood's smooth black and white
terrier, '

Susan” owned by Mr, D, W.
Wiles, was selected the best Alsa-
tian. Second was Mr, J, Alleyne’s
“Sally Susan’s” aunt, and third
Dr. K. Nicholl’s “Thor,”

Miss Betty Griffith with “Judy”
carried off honours in the Scottish
Terrier class.

Second was Mr. B. W. Stoute’s.

The best bitch on show was Mr,
Wiles’ “Susan” which also carried



off first prize for being the best
locally bred dog.
Mrs, C. G. Manning won _ first

and third prizes for Cocker Span-
iels and Mrs, K. Feldman first
and second prizes for Dachshunds,

Of the special prizes Mr, Wiles
won two, Mrs. Wilkinson one and

Mr, Bladon two.
AGRICULTURE
Sugar Cane
The exhibits in this section
were fewer and not up to last
year’s standard. Turners Hall
Plantation carried off four first

prizes and was awarded a special
prize for the highest number of
points—76,

The most outstanding
was large ratoon_ stool of
B, 43 submitted by Mt. Pleas-
ant Plantation with 131 canes,

Mt. Pleasant was also runner up
in this section with 54 points while
Mt. Wilton came third with 26
points.

In the peasant section, there was
another outstanding exhibit, a
bunch of canes A.O.V. B. 34104
which was sent in by James Young
of Black Rock. He was awarded
first prize for this exhibit.

Field Vegetables

The number of exhibits were
very few in comparison wich past
years, but the quality was reason-
ably good, The exhibits of pump-
kins and vegetable marrow were
poor. ‘There was only one basket
of maize and the eddoes sent in
were not up to standard. Yams
also were few in number, This
was expected due to the late
reaping of the crop and the fact

exhibit

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that they were planted two to
three months later than usual.
Castle Grant however carried off
the Silver Challenge Plate pre-
sented by the Canadian Bank of
Commerce for the highest num-
ber of points in this section, a

special prize of $10.00 presented
by the Agricultural Society for
the highest number of points in
variety and quality of exhibits,
and also the first prize for Caro-
line Lee potatoes, one of the most

outstanding exhibits in this
section,
Fruit
The exhibits were better in

quality and number than last year.
Outstanding among them was a
basket of shaddock sent in by Mrs,
Chandler of Todds for which she
was awarded first prize.

Another outstanding exhibit was
a basket of lemons subn..itted by
S. Mayhew of Fitts Village, St.
James. For this he also received
a special prize.

Exhibits of bananas and plan-
tains were good. Ruth Bovell of
Chapman's Village, St. Thomas,
carried off first prize for the best
exhibit of bananas while Castle
Grant got a similar prize for the
best bunch of plantains in addition
to four other first prizes in this
secuion,

Garden Vegetables

On the whole the exhibits were
quite satisfactory in view of the
rather heavy weather. The
christophine was quite an out-
green peas,

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exhibit in the Sheep class and also the special prize for the best bred ewe as well as a first prize for the

best bred ewe, two teeth and over.

TOP RIGHT—Mr, Archie King’s “Minnie Ha-Ha", winner of two silver challenge cups yesterday: one
for the best goat on show and the other for the goat giving the most milk.
BOTTOM LEFT—Mr. E. C. Hill’s Grade Ayrshire which won the Perpetual Challenge Cup for the best

Milch Cow bred in Barbados.

BOTTOM RIGHT—Fox Terrier “Nikki”, owned by Mrs. J. H. Wilkinson won the prize for being the

best puppy of the Show.

green beans, green eschalot and
letiuce were quite up to standard.

Tomatoes were poorly repre-
sented, and there were three or
four baskets of cauliflower and

some excellent head lettuce of the
green mignonette variety.

The exhibits of peppers were
good while the beets and carro’s
were of fair standard. There was
however a_ notable’ absence of
cabbage.

Furniture

The furniture section was again

up to a good standard and it was

very noticeable that all the
pieces with a single exception
conformed to modern design.

The structure was light for the
most part and so was the colour-
ing.

Judging was somewhat diffi-
cult because the workmanship
and finish of the exhibits were
of a high standard. In a few
cases exhibitors experimented
with several of the standard de-
signs with appreciable effect.



Greater care seemed to have
been exercised in the selection
of wood, even though in some

instances the eye of the layman
could detect unevenness of some
of the surfaces. There was a
better collection of dining tables
than thad been seen for some
years, Of the five exhibits Mr.
Hugh Walcott of Chelsea Road,
carried off the first and second
prizes. Along with the first prize
he was the winner of a special
prize for the best polished piece
of furniture. This was presented
by Messrs Stokes & Bynoe, repre-
sentatives of Messrs G, Sonne-
born & Co., London, manufac-
turers for Jaxa Polish.

Mr. George Harris who
hibited three wardrobes got a
first and second prize, Mr, Wal-
cott and he carried off quite a
few other prizes and were the
most successful exhibitors tak-
ing part in the section.

Swine

There was a fairly large num-
ber of exhibits in this section
and of a good standard. They
included a group of large whites



ex-

—a collection probably never
before seen at a show in this
country. They are owned by Mr.
G. Marshall.

The breed seemed to have
displaced, as far as the show
was concerned, the _ Berkshire.
Mr. Marshall also exhibited one
sow for which he got a _ first
prize, reputed to weigh 700 Ibs.
She has only had one litter. This
sow was in the class 2 years
and under 4 years.

Among other successful com-

petitors were Mr. Garfield Lynch
of Greaves Land, Black Rock,
and Mr. Austin Layne of Brit-
tons Hill, who each got a first
prize for a boar. Austin Layne
also won a first prize and a spe-
cial prize for the best sow in the
class one and under two
ye ,
Pigeon and Poultry Sections

The pigeon section was well
represented. The imported utili-




year







ties, Silver Kings, Jay Hawk
Kings, and Blue Kings were ex-
cellent exhibits, and a great im-



provement oVer any of these
birds that have been exhibited
in recent years. In the Homer

class there were also some good
exhibits. The Fancy pigeons had
a good representation with the
Modenas as being the greater in
numbers.

In the Poultry section the
Rhode Island Reds were outstand-
ing, Mr. Harold Marshall of York-
shire, Christ Church, being first
with pullets and Mr. Gerald King
of Pine Hill winning a first prize
with a fine cockerel which also
won the cup for the best exhibit
on show.’ The Plymouth Rocks
were plentiful and showed good
promise.

Among the Game birds there
were some very fine exhibits.
The leghorn entry was one of the
largest for many years. In this
class there were also some good
birds. The young turkeys were
poor and not in good condition
probably due to heavy rain,

Rabbits were not up to their
usual standard:

The duck entries
disappointing. There being only
two single entries and one pen.

Arts and Handicrafts

In the section for models and
toys the exhibits although fewer
were of a higher standard than
last year, except for the dolls
which did not come up to the
standard of last year.





SUGAR CHANGE

IN the sugar and molasses
section there was a new
change instituted this year.
The straw crystals replaced
the white granulated. The
exhibits were of good qual-
ity and considering that this
sugar will be used largely
for household purposes the
Committee is to be con-
gratulated.

In the section for Clear
Crystals Edgecumbe carried
off first prize and in that for
Yellow Crystals Sandy Lane
carried off the first. Warrens
took second and Searles in
both sections. Andrews won
the first for Dark Crystals
with Lower Estate second
and Pool third,



A model of a bungalow, com-
plete with electric light fittings,
which was sent in by Brvan
Goodridge of Deacons Road
recommended for a special prize

Another exhibit beautifully tin-
ished, was a model of the Har-
rison Liner, S.S, Trader.

An architect’s model of a build-
ing, along with the scale,
awarded First Prize. This was sent
in by George Skeete of Codring-
ton and was the first of its kind
exhibited for many years

a



Linen Guest Towels in pink,
gold, peach, green, blue, Boxed

in pairs.
Per box

LINEN LUNCHEON SETS
Eight pieces per set in Blue and Rust set_h.59

$3, $3.69 & $3.7

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s| bread, whole

Maurice Foster of Hastings car-
ried off three prizes with his
sculptures. One was a First Prize
for a sculpture in soap, a second
for one in wood and another sec-
ond for one in clay.

Most of the sea shell items were
sent in by Ada Ellis. Exhibits in-

cluded sprays, figures and
brooches, There were only two
lamp shades on show and both

were submitted by Mrs. Hollinsed,
The smaller one won a first prize.

Oscar Walkes, with his water
colour picture, “Calypso Singers,”
won first prize for the best com-
position,

Needlecraft

Exhibits in this division showed
an improvement in all lines. Be-
sides being more exhibits than
previous years, they were of a
better quality.

This improvement was most ob-
vious in the embroidery section.
The judges are hoping that com-





petitors will keep up this high
standard.
There were many beautifully

knitted articles on display and a
good variety of baby booties.
Pictoral Photography

Mr, R. W. Bell was awarded
first prize for his photograph of a
waterfront worker holding the
anchor of the M.V. Athelbrook,
He takes the Perpetual Challenge
Cup from Mr, J. H. Peacock who
won it in 1949 and again in 1950,
Mr, Bell also won second prize
for a photograph of fishermen
hauling up a fishing boat at one
of the local beaches and third
prize for a picture of an old plan-
tation. There were six Merit
Awards, Three went to Mr. Bell
and the remaining three to Mr.
Jerry Lomer.

Fifty-four pictures were hung.
The standard of the prints show-
ed much improvement over last
year, Because of this the judges
were faced wtih a difficult job in
selecting those to be hung.

Dairy and Food Products

Viola Degazon of Pinfold Street
retains the honour of giving the

best Icing Display. She was
awarded First Prize for ter
Icing Display of “A Basket of
Flowers”. Last year she won
with “The Hat”. She also won
the second prize with “The Old
j}Lady Living in the Shoe.”

A special prize was awarded to



|M. Woodwards of § Patricks
|School with “Barbados”, This
|}showed the lighthouses around
|the island

| Purity Bakery won nearly all
jthe prizes for bread, They car-

| ried off First prizes for butter
wheat meal, plain
|sweet, machine sweet and Fan-
}ey sweet. Ince & Co, got a First
| Prize for Plain Sweet and J. &

|R. Bakeries, First prize for the
best mixed cakes.

There was also a very good
display of flours, starches and

pickles,
Preserved Fruits and Jellies
Mrs. H. McChelery of Beckles
Road was very successful with
her dried winds. She got first
prize for dried shaddock rind,
another first for orange rind
and third for grapefruit rind.
In this section a large number
of exhibits were submitted. First
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Yvonne Powers of the Govern-
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Shaddock marmalade.

Manufactured and
Miscellaneous Articles
The exhibits in this section
were of a very high standard
but unfortunately hats and shoes
items which some patrons want-
ed to inspect closely, were lock-

ed away in showcases, In the
‘tinsmith section Wilbert Gran-
num of Redmans Land, Good-
land, was awarded First Prize
for an oven.

The best articles in leather
were sent in by Christopher
Harewood. He got First Prize

for wallets.

Other articles of a high stand-
rd in this section were mats,
baskets, pottery, and an arma-
ture testing unit. This unit was
sent in by Randolph Maxwell of
the Barbados Evening Institute
and won for him a First Prize

PRIZE LIST

HORTICULTURE



Class 1 — Cut Flowers
Anthurium, Pink, Single Specimen
Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Anthurium, Pink, Single Specime:

(Hybrid any Colour) Mrs r Hunte
Anthurium, Hybrid, Variegated, Single
Specimen Mrs, F. Hunte
Anthuriums, Three Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs, Bovell
Antirrhinum, Single Specimen-—-Beres
ford Nurse,
Begonia, Single Specimen Mrs. J

W. Chandler

Begonias, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. O'Neale

Bougainvillia, Single Specinen Mrs
Conduit

Bougainvillia, 3 Specimens, all diver

ent Victor Masson

Buddelia, Single Specimen Mrs, J
W. Chandler

Canna, Single Specimen Mrs. Feld
man

Chrysanthemum, Single Specimen
Mrs. M. Hewitt

Dahlia, Single Specimen Mrs
Parkinson

Dahlias, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, Lee

Dahlias, 6 Specimens, all different
Mrs. Lee

Dianthus, Single Specimen Mr
Lord

Dianthus, Cluster, Single Specimen
Mr, N. Leacock

Dianthus, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs. N. Leacock

Geranium, Single Specimen Mrs, J
W. Chandler
Geraniums, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, J, W. Chandler

Gerbera, Single, Single Specimen
Mrs. Cole

Gerbera, Single, 3 Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs. B, Conduit

Gerbera, Double, Single Specimen
Mrs. B. Conduit

Gladioli, Single Specimen Mrs
Lord,

Hybiseus, 3 Specimens, all different
Victor Marcen

Ixora, Single Specimen Mrs. Yard
Ixora, 3 Specimens, all different Mr

Yard

(a) Lilies (Amaryllis) Single Specimen
Mrs, 8S. Gittens
tc) Lilies (EB
Mrs. J. W
(d) Lilies
Marline D. Hewitt
Marigold, African,
Mrs. F. Hutson
Pentas, Single
Hawkins,

Rose, Hybrid Perpetuals
men Mrs. Lord

Roses, Hybrid Perpetuals, 3 Specimens,
all different Government House



harist)
Chandler
{(A.O.V.)

Single



Specimen
Single Specimen
Single Specimen

Specimen Mry. D

Single Speci






Roses, Hybrid Perpetuals, Collection
H. N. Leacock,

Rose, Tea, Single Specimen GA
Fitzgerald

Rose, Tea, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, R, Feldman

Rose, Hybrid Tea, Single Specimen
Mrs, H, Cole

Roses, Hybrid Tea, 3 Specimens, all
different Mrs, 8, Clarke

Rose, Polyantha, Single Specimen
V. Marsen

Rose, Hybrid Polyantha, Single Speci
men Mrs, H. Bovell

Salvia, Single Specimen Mrs, Frank
Hutson

Salvia, 3 Specimens, all different
Mrs, J. W, Chandler

Sunflower, (Cut and Come Again)
Miss 8S. E. Arthur

Zinnia, Miniature, Single Specimen
Mrs. J. W. Chandler

Zinnia, Miniature, 3 Specimens, all
different Miss E. Shepherd |
Zinnia, Miniature, 6 Specimens, all
different Miss E, Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., single Specimen—Miss
E. Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., 3 Specimens, all dif
ferent Miss BE. Shepherd

Zinnia, A.O.V., 6 Specimens, all dif
ferent Mrs, Lord

AOYV not specified above, Single
Specimen Mr. Victor Marson

COLLECTIONS

Anthuriums, all one colour Mr. Vic
tor Marson.

Anthuriums, mixed colours Mrs
J. W. Chandler

Begonias ~~ Mrs, H. N. Leacock
Buddelia Mrs. J. W. Chandler
Cynoglossum (Chinese Forset-me-not)
Miss D. Hawkins

Dianthus Harold St. James
Gerbera Mrs. J. Lee

Hybiseus Victor Marson
Marigolds, African Mrs. R. O. Lord
CUT FLOWERS — ORCHID SECTION

Class 11

Dendrobium Hybrid R. J. Parkin
son

Spathoglottis Hybrids Mr. P, P. B
O'Neal

Spathoglottis Species Mrs. R. J
Parkinson

Vandas Hybrids Mrs, R. J. Parkin
son

A.O.V. not specified above, single
specimen Mrs. John Lee

Three specimens, all different specie
J. A. Hunte

Three specimens of the same Genera
R. J, Parkinson
Collection Miss E
Button Hole Mr. J. A. Hunte
Corsage Mr. A. Hutchinson
DIVISION 18 — NEEDLECRAFT
Class I—Lace and Embroidery
Finished Art or half yard lace
insertion in a lace not specified Mi
Agnes Phillips
Tatting, finished Article or half yard
lace or insertion Miss Julia Harbin
Complete garment embroidered ip
white Suk or cotton Mrs, J. A
Skinner
Complete garment embroidered in co!
our—silk or cotton — T. Gibson
Initialling, as used on household linen
L. Armstrong

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edditions! word.

CAR
ton

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1 Chrysler 1939;
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CAR
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George b1—dn

CARS-End Pe year close out of used

all must be sold. 1
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1 Morris Oxford.
miles. Like new
good ’ condition

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in

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IN MEMORIAM

GIBBUNS: In loving ot
bjoved Sister, Mrs
Gibbons, who departed
December 5, 1938

Thy will be done on earth,

As it is in Heaven

Show forth O Lord victorious

Thy vietefy in the lives of all for

whom we pray

Harvey

memor my
Millicent Edna
this life on




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in

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Trucks in good working order Done
ANNOUNCEMENTS under 8,000 miles For particulars Apply |
= IW, I. Biscuit Co,, Lid Phone 4337
4.12.51—4n
catheters ee |
$5 in goods and with your cash bill
you get a guess-coupon: how many
screws in a jar? You can win an LIVESTOCK
EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop ireadite > glint ila
at A, BARNES & Co,, Lid. Pure Bred Bull, “Master Pups,
23.11.51—t.f.n.] Apply Mrs, John Goddard. Dial 3784,
I, I ee
FOR SALE MECHANICAL
7 “RECORDON" “Dictating Machines,

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Barbados Import & Export Co., Ltd.
On Show At Exhibition Barbados |
FERGUSON TRACTORS with the Fer- +1341
guson System. On show at jeeees
Park—Courtesy Garage. a Ny: se
m §.12.51—2n MISCELLANEUUS
HEDGE TRIMMER: Electrically oper-
ated—On show Queen's Park 5th and 6th AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink and
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MASSEY-HARRI es, - MANURE AMERICAN AND CANADIAN GLASS-
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4616. 6.12.1—2n | Champagne and Wine Glasses all at most
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MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTORS—Wheel
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Sth and Thurs, 6th Deer. 1951—Cour-] CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation
teay Gorage. Dial 4616. leather handbags. Two for $1.00. Plastic
6.12 Sl-2n] Handbags with shoulder strap in a

——{ variety of colours 98 cents.
OLIVE/CLETRAC Track Tractor 4.12.51—6n

el BDH = On show Queen's Park

courtesy Garage, Dial 4616. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.-A supply of
6.12.51—2n] these just received. “O come all ye
faithful”; “Hark the Herald Angels sing”;



5/6 TON CANE CARTS—equipped with
Over-run Brakes—On show Queen's Park

in Dulei Jubiio”
city”

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ous ef 6th Decr. 1951—Courtesy Gar-] “While Shepherds watch"; “We three,
4616 §.12.51—2n] Kings"; “The first Nowell"; ete. Dial

—_—-— 2878. Da. Costa & Co, Ltd. Electrical

D- partment 4.12.51—in

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE
ran applicition of Thomas Fields of
* Roads, St.” Philip, for permission to
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e, at a board
and shingle shop with galvanize roof

———s

EVENING COATS--In white and assort-
ed colours, lovely styles $26.50 each at
The Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street.

attached to residence at Four Roads, St} UE 6. ne =
I td . GAL VANISED SHEETS A limited
meet vite be 195). quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft. to
Hot e Magistrate, Dist. “C" io ft, Attractive prices. Enquire Auto

. FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT, Tyre Co, Phone 2606, 1,12.51—t.f£.n.

for Applicant PS NT PT a?

and
Shop

Solesressst

¥.B.—This application will be cons}é- Ladies hurry before all

o Licensing Court to be held at

fancy.





















Pol Court, District “C on Wednesday at THANI’'S Pr. Wm Henry St. al oe

The 19th day of December 1961 at 11 SABHi—tf.n

“ro ne A. Ww. HARPER, , slips, Ding" UNOEAWRAR: “in Pe orn

Laer olan, Mapiateaie. Dist "9" variety, at. TRAST S, §.12.51—t.f.n

“OLIVE BLOSSOM"—D Class Yacht,

au LICENSE SESSION winner of last year's Trophy. No reason-

give notice that the Licensing | apie offer refused. Phone 2959 — 6285,

sagen for the renewal of Liquor Licenses 4.12.51—4n

for the year 1952 for the OF at llama:

IRTOWN wilt be held at the Polio: | “Oi, CLOTH & CONGOLEUM—In very

rts, “A” on Thursday 20th} jovely patterns. Shop for these and other
Degember, at 11 o'clock a.m. household items at THANI'S

ted this Sth day of December 1961 $.12.51—t-t.n

Bis Mi SUUTTE: cet tahanaielberncnbisintiingenmntacdninene

; Ag. Police ee OPTIMUS PRESSURE STOVES--Still

: District the best and the cheapest—note our price

5.19 51—3n ONLY $7.91 (Silent) and $7.53 (Roarer).

Limited quantity — Get yours today from

IQUOR LICENSE SESSION | }AkRISON'S HARDWARE STORE—

uo give notice that the Licensing] Broad St 2.12.51—8n

Session for FéneWal of Liquor Licenses}. ,

for the year 1952 for the parish of St “PREFABRICATED” HOMES; It is

Mighael and that part of Christ Church] now possible to obtain “BETONA" Bun-

within District “A will be held at Police alows from Holland, with Asbestos

Courts, Dist. "A" on Thursday 20th cment walls, Pine floors, Tiled Roof,

Dewember at 11 o'clock a.m. ond heavy wooden beams for roof sup-

ted this 6th day of December 1951. | port. Two bedroom Bungalow $7,700 00

EB. A. MeLiop, and Four bedroom Bungalow $9,200.00,

Police’ Magistrate, Dist. “A'. | A)| prices include Commission, Duty,

5.13 51—tn Ward-robes, Kitehen ©Qupboards, Paint

re | ond wood preservatives

£
Leaflets show-
STRAW MATS—-Fancy designs for bed-

6.12.51—6n



ing full details may be seen at K. R
PUBLIC SALES
room at $1,864 each at THANI’S.

HUNTE & Co., Ltd, Phone iil
REAL ESTATES







5.12,51—t.f.n
A RGE 2 storey Bujlding, standing arene neo —
sq. ft, havi a covered floor ~ STOCKPORT KHAKI DRILL: The
ontey * ae King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast
tye, Reduced at $1.52 a wd. Discount for
wholesale purchase. THANI BROS, Dial
SAB, 5.12,51-—t.f.n

cH For further articulars, apply | -—— a
Oe Beard, Lower nae Street. TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals.

6.12.51—4n | Lorge Size American Plastic Dolls, All

one Price, 84 cents each, Modern Dres
Shoppe.



EVANTON 4.12,51—6n
Top Rock having 4 bedrooms, Dining
Room, Sun Lounge, 2 fully tiled Toilets
and showers with Hot Water. Modern
Kitchen. Outside 2 Car Garage, Servant
Room, Play Room, Toilet and Shower,





y beautiful Ladies and

5 jewel from Germany
at $24.50 and $32.50 each.
You must see them at THANT'S Pr. Wm.










The Gardens are well laid out having aj try St. §.12.51—t.0.n

dual Entrance. The Above Property can | “= -

be purchased fully Furnished, For viewing WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine

Ring 5010 or 8657 6.12.51—4n | Leather in a4 varicty of Multicolours,

ener with zipps all around also photo compart-
WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, Christ | Ments Ma a fine Christmas Gift



$1.80 and $268. Modern Dress Shoppe.

Church. having 3 bedrooms with con-
4.12.51--6n

necting Toilets and Showers Large out-
Dining Room,
Outside

Balconies, Lounge,
side Bal s “XMAS CRACKERS!

built in cupboards throughout

Please see us be-



spaee of 6,000 sq. ft. upstairs, and 6,009
sq. ft. Sawant: Recently construct
ed, Situated on the Main Road a few
hundred vards from the centre of the

2 Car Garage, 2 servant's Room, fore you buy ! Thank you. John FP, Hut-

Laundry, Toilet, and Shower, Being | on Ltd., Shepherd Street
ae enclosed. For viewing ring 5010 4.12.51—8n

sadist 6.12.51—4n
100% Pure silk “carves with map of
Barbados and sceneries of the Island rich
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IMPORTANT rc eapeenr b...°| where you get them.

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you want one in the near
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dist!

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ARRIVED

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lay booking in advance,

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HOUSES

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water, with or without me
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|





running
In Wood

rooms,
als
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fully furnished, |
2959
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WANTED
HELP

— ———_—__—_
| A CANE WEIGHER and an OVERSEER
| for Joes River Sugar Factory. Applica- |
| tians in writing will be received on or
before 15th December 1951 addressed to |
| the Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates
Ltd. Barbados Co-op, Bank Ltd. Marhill
Street, Bridgetown, The successful appli-
cants will be required to take up duties on
| Tuesday Ist January 1952.

2.12.51-—-3n









Experi enced
the alms"*
6.12.51—In

Vv
Serv ant Apply

oN
General
, Ch apside



STENOGRAPHER An experienced
stenographer for Realtors Limited. Apply
letter only in the first instance. Ad-
dress 151/152 Roebuck Street, City
28.11.51

MIS :CELLANEOUS

ANTIQUE
GOLD PURCHASED.
ANTIQUE SHOP.

CAST IRON-—About 25 Feet 12” Cast
fron or Steel Pipe, Apply D. M. Simpson
& Co 1,12 51-—6n

tin







JEWEL L LERY | & “RAP
GORRINGES,
2.12. 51+t.fm.







DINGHY—In good | condition. Telephone
2520. 30.11.51—6n
}
| TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING

efficient service. Experienced English
staff. Phone 8380 2.51-—3n

USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of
the British West Indies at Caribbean
Stamp Society, No. 10 Swan Street,
3.12.51-—In

i

tl





for Road
Joseph. Ring 95-245.
Chairman, Black-
4.12.51—6n

WINDLESS-~—-To
Commissioners; St,
or write G. R. Hutson,
mans, St. Joseph.

| PUILIC NOTICES

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I HEREBY give notice that the Annual

purchase







Licensing Session for the Renewal of |sary to ensure the supply of

Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes itish fore i he al Zone,

of St. Joseph and St. Andrew will be Br f es int Can UP,

held at the Police Magistrate's Court wn ae
District “F" on Friday the 2ist day of

December 1951.
J. R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
District “F".
6.12.51—3n

ae a + ——

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

I HEREBY 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 1951,





Cc. W. RUDDER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “B",
4.12.51—3n

aoe LICENSE SESSION

HEREBY give notice that a Lice
tae Session for the granting of Cert
cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the parish of St, Thomas will be heid
at the Police Court District “D" om
Wednesday the 19th day of December
1961 at 11.00 a.m.

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951,
J, R. EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
Distriet “D".
4.12.51—3n



LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
J 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 195].
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,

District “E", Holetown

4.12.51—3n

LiQ UOR LICENSE SESSION

I hereby give notice that a Licensing
Session for the granting of Certificates
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for
the Parishes of St. Peter and St, Lucy
will be held at Distriet “E” Police
Station on Wednesday the 19th December
1961 at 11 o'clock a.m

Dated this 3rd day of December 1951

SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District “E"
5.12.51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

1 HEREBY give notice that the Annual
Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
of St. Philip and St. John will be held
at the Police Magistrate's Court District
“GC on Wednesday the 19th day of
December 1951,



A. W. HARPER,
Ag. Police Magistrate,
District “C”.
4.12.51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ilene Weekes or Nr.
Mangrove, St, Philip, for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and galvaniae shop attached to residence
at Nr, Mangrove, St. Philip

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT,

| for Applicant
To: A. W. HARPER, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. °C".

) N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
olice Court, District “"C" on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at 1)

v'elock, aam,
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “C’.
4.12,51—in

-_——
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Gordon Shepherd
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, & c., at a board
end galvanised shop attached to residence
at Edgecliff, St, John

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

K PERC











H,
for Applicant.
To: A. W. HARPER, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist. "C".

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held,at
| Police Court, Dist. “C" on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at .11

o'clock a.m,
A. W, HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”
6,12,51—la

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alonzga Muriel Mullin
of Gall Hill, St. John, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &c,, at a
board and shingled shop attached to
residence at Gall Hill, St. John







Il Dated this 5th day of December 1951.
KENNETH PERCH,
l for Applicant
it A. W. HARPER, Esq
* Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”
N.B.—This applic atic will be consid-
ered at a Licensing irt to be held at
Police Court, Dist on Wednesday
the 19th day of Decimber 1951 at 11
o'clock a.m
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C’
€.12.51—1n



SOUVENIRS

|k CURIOS ANTIQUES,
|{ JEWELS, CARVINGS
EMBROIDERIES, Ete.



ORIENTAL | |
|

BARBADOS avVOCATE

a re

PERSONAL

The public are he eby warned against
giving credit to my wife CLARISA
ROSETTA HEWITT (nee IFILL) as & do
not hold myself responsible for her oF
anyone else contracting amy debt of
debts in my neme unless by a written

order signed by me
IVAN HEWITT,
Government Hill,
St.
5.12.51

U.K. Will Not
Force Open
Suez Carat

LONDON, Dee. 5

The Marquess of Reading, Par-
iamentany Under-Gecretary for
Foreign Affairs indicated on
Wednesday that Britain does na
intend to widen the dispute wil
Egypt now by forcing open
Suez Canal to tankers bound for
Haifa refineries,

Lord Strabolgi tabled the quess
tion in the House of Lords ask
“to what extent the oil rennaey |
Haifa is being worked
whether restrictions on Ae on
sage of oil tankers for Haifa are
still being enforced?”

Lord ading replied that the
eefineries are producing at an
annual rate of 800,000 tons or 22
per cent, of their capacity.

“As regards the passage of tank-
ers T assume Lord Strabolgi referg
to their passage through the Suez
Canal. The Egyptian Government
hes given no indication that they
intend to comply with the en-
forcement of the Security Coun-
cil’s resolution. No tankers for
Haifa attempted to pass through
the Canal,”

Strabolgi asked: “Are Govern-
ment going to tolerate this breach
of international use of the Suez
Canal indefinitely, Are we going
to sit down and allow this un-
official and illegal blockade to be

carried on?”

Reading replied that British
authorities in Egypt are only ex-
ercising such control as is neces-

2n































NEW UNION MAY
BE DISSOLVED

In Jamaica

KINGSTON, J’ca., Dec. 4,

The Peoples’ National Party to-
day called upon Thossy Kelly and
W. McPherson, who have broken
away from the Trade Union Con-
gress and formed a new party, to
give assurances that they would
dissolve the new union, the form-
ation of which js contrary to P.N.P.
policy. The deadline for a reply 1s
Saturday.

No action on their part will re-
sult in charges against them
which might end their expulsion
from the party,—(CP)



In Touch With Barbados
Costal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.Â¥) Ltd. advise
that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station:—

S.S. Reina Del Pacifico,
ss. Golfito, m.v. Willemstad, s.s, Arigu-
ani, my, Ponce, 5.8. Stentor, ss. Folke
Bernandotte, s.s. Hamburg, s.s, Sfinge, 8.5.
Perla. 5. Imperial Fredericton, £.8.
Greenhaven Trail, 5,4. Amerigo Vespucci,
6s. Belita, 5.8. Lady Nelson, ss. Green
Valley, 8. Statesman, s.s. Hesione, 5.5,
Canadian Constructor, s.s. Esso Balti-
more, 8.8. Aleoa Corsair, 8.8, Monte Am-
boto, 5,6, Argentina, s.5, Monica,
Anzoategui, s.s. Aido Lauro, 5.5. ‘Maris
Paolina, s,s, Esso Bruss:ls, s.8. Caribstar,
3.8. Factor, 8.8. Cottonwood Creek, 5.8. |
Wave Governor, 5.8, Regent Caribou, 5.8.
Bonito, s.s. Naviero, s.s, Helena, h
General Artigas, s,s, Coracero,
sia, ss. Amakura, 8.5, Jomaas
daly Bay, 8.8. Battle Rock,

Amended Mail Notices

Mails for St. Lucia, Leminica, Mantors-
yat, Antigua, Sf. Kitts, Bermuda,

Canada by the 8s. Lady Rodney wh seh)
closed at the General Post Office as
under:

Parcel Mail at 2 p,m., Registered Mail
at 3 p.m,, Ordinary Mail at 4 p.m, on the
€th December 19651,

Mails for British Guiana by the Sch.
Francis W. Smith will be closed at the
General Post office as under:—

Parcel Mail, Registered Mail, Ordinary
Mall at 12.15 p.m. on the 6th December
1951.

8.8. Planter,











RATES OF EXCHANG

CANADA
DECEMBER 5, 1951

66.4% pr. Cheques on Bankers 64 4% pr.

. Demand Drafts 64.25% pr.
Sight Drafts 64.1% pr
OO .400 Be. Gee eee a
e 9% pr. Currency
pr Silver

Ber
: . Coupons



MANNING & CO.

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CHAMPION
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OBTAINABLE SOON From :—

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PLANTATIONS LTD.

Exhibition Prize List

@ From Page 5

Article in household linen ig embroid-
such as: Tea Cloth, D’oyleys,
Pi d'eyleys, Tray Cloth, Guest Towel,
Table Centre or Runner in white or



— Erdiston



‘hool.
Article in Machine Embroidery—Violet

Ramsa;

Handkerchief embroidered in white —
“irs, N. Howell.

Handkerchief hemstitched or faney (2)
~Mrs, N, Howell.

Star stitch — M. Nichols.

Cross stiteh — 8. Andrews,

Petit Point and Tapestry — Mrs, D.
reenidge.

a
Embroidery or Drawn Thread

- Kathleen Martineau.

Hardanger — Idine Dyall.
Miscellaneous work not otherwise
‘lassified — Mrs. Doughlas.
Flowering Plants Grown in Pots or Tubs
Anthurium, Pink, single specimen —
Mrs. H, N, Leacock.

Anthurium, Hybrid, any colour, single
specimen — Miss En Shepherd.
Anthurium, Hybrid, variegated, single
specimen — Mrs. D, Bovell,
Anthuriums, 3 specimens, all different



~Mrs. D. Bovell.
Begonia stemiess, 3 imens, all
different — Mrs. A, De Inniss.

Begonia with stem, single specimen-
Mrs, H. N. Leacock.

Besgon: stem, 3 specimens,
different -—- Government House.
Chrysanthemum, single specimen

all

single specimen

Rose, A.O,V. single specimen Mrs.

Robert Lord.
Class U1 Miscellaneous Work
Work in twine, comprising Hammocks,
Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets
St Martin's Boys’ School.

Sisal Grass or fibre — St. Martin's
Boys’ School,

Two Market Baskets—St. Martin's Boys’
School.

Two Megass Baskets — Mr. Albert
Springer.

One Fancy Basket—St. Martin's Girls’
School.

Hair Brooms or Brushes Christ
Church Boys’ School.
Hat made from locally grown material
~Deoreen Waithe.
Red Clay Domestic Articles (Unglazed)
A. 2 Flower Pots — A. Devonish.
B, 2 Guelets — A. Devonish.
Cc, 2 Monkeys A. Devonish.
Class IV — LEATHER

Saddlers’ Work—
Blinkers — A. Rollock.
(a) Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes —

Leroy Holder.

(b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes — H. Year-
wood,

Leather Manufactured Locally — Leon
Headley.

Class I — SWINE

Sow, 1 year and under 2 years — Mr.
Austin Layne,

Sow, 2 years and under 4 years — Mr.
G. A. Marshall.

Boar, 1 eh. and under 2 years — Mr.
Garfield

Boar, 2 years and under 4 years
r. Austin Layne

Ciuss
Fat Barrow or Sow,
under 9 months Mr. Austin Layne.
Fat /Barrow or Sow, 9 months and
under 12 months — Mr. G, A. Marshall.

AGRICULTURE
SUGAR CANE
Class 1 (a)

6 monthe and

Section
A CLUMP OF PLANT CANES.
B.87161 or B41211—Turner Hall Plan-
tation.
B.4098 or B.41227
tion,
A.OV.—Mount Pleasant Plantation.
A CLUMP OF RATOON CANES

Turner Hall Planta-

B.37161 or B4lzil—Mount Wilton
Pantation.

B.4008 «oor B.41227-—Mount Pleasant
Plantation

LOVELY PATTERNS OF





A

A.O.V.—Mount
BUNDLE OF
HALF-WAY

tation.

B.4098

tion.

A.O.V.—Mount Wilton Plantation.
Class I
(OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)
A CLUMP OF CANES
B.37161—James Young.
A.O.V.—James Young.

Section

or

FIELD VEGETABLES

B.41227—Turner Hall

Pleasant
12 CANES TOP2ED
IN THE COUTE AND
CLEANED AS DELIVERED TO
FACTORIES

B.37161 or B.412il-—Turner Hall Plan-



Plantation

Planta-

(b>

Breadfruii—6 onlj-—Aaron Yea~wood.

Eddoes, Nut—2) ibs,-Ruth Bovell,

Eddoes, Seal Top-—-20 ibs.--Castle Grant
Plantation,

Eddo:s, Tannia--20 ibs.—Ruth Bovell.

Cassava, Reasting—25 Ibs.—auburn
Plantation.
Caseava, Poisonous—25 Ibs,—Malvern
Plantation.
Eddoes, China-—-20 ibs.—Castle Grant
Plantation.

Potatoes, Sweet
vern Plantation.

Potatoes,
Piantation,

Vegetable
Clarke,
Yams, Lisbon

Edgar St. Hill.

Yams, Lisbon Coconut—25 Ibs.--Castle
Grant Plantation
Yams, Horn—25 Ibs,-Hopefield Planta-

tion.

Yams, Oriental—25 |bs.--Hopefield Plan-
lbs.—Fisher

tation.

Yams, Hunt—25

Section

Arrowroot—5

Chives—2 Ibs
Christophines

ler.

Eschaloy, Green—5 Ibs--Erdiston
College.

Eschalot, Dry —5 lbs.—E. W. Allerne.

Ginger, freshly reaped—5 lbs.—Osford

Egg Plant—6 only—-Winston Smith.

Butler,

Khol Rabi—6 only—E.
Leeks—12 only
Lettuce,

Plantation
GARDEN VEGETABLES

Barker.

Pulse—dry, in pod,
Peas,

by

points in the

Okras—48 only—Aaron Yearwood.
Onions—12 only—E. W. Brathwaite.
mixed—E. W. Brathwaite
Peppers, Sweet—12 only—E, W. Alleyne,
Pulse—green, in pod.

Beans, Bush Lima—5 lbs—E. W.
Brathwaite.

Peppe

ta)
(b)
fe)

fe)

(f)

Radishes—24 only--Osford Butler.
Sorrel—5 lbs.—E, W. Brathwaite.
flowers—24

Ts,





(BA4)—25

Potatoes, Sweet (Caroline Lee)—25 ibs.
—Castle Grant Plantation.
(A.O.V,)—25

Potatoes, English—5 Ibs-—E. Sargeant.

Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 only—
Mrs. J. W. Chandler.
Marrow—3

Bottle Neck-—-25

lbs.—E. W. Brathwaite.
Artichokes—5 lbs.—Osford Butler.
Beetroot—12 only—Osford Butler.
Carrots—12 only--Myra Mayers.
Cauliflower—3 only—E. W. Brathwaite,
Celery—6 only—Ursula Smith,
Erdiston College.

12 only—E. W. Alleyne.
Cucumbers—6 only—Mrs. J. L, Chand-

-Livingstone Scaly.
Mignonette—12 heads—F.

Ibs.—Mal-

Ibs.—Auburn

only—Deriait |
Ibs.

Pond

W. Brathwaite.
H.

Beans, Climbing Lima—5 ibs,—

Gilford Clarke.
String—5

Bea

ns,

Yearwood,

Peas, Pigeon—5 lbs.—Mrs. J. W.

Chandler,

Yearwood,

Squash,
Sargeant.

Turnips-—

with

12 only—Ernest W, Alleyne.

SPECIAL PRIZES

A Perpetual Chajlenge Cup, presented
the Agricultural Society,

hibitor obtaining the greatest number of

Garden Vegetable Class,

E. W. Brathwaite.

A Special Prize of a Case of Silver
Spoons presented by His Excellency the

YES, it has arrived just in time for the Christmas Season —

CONGOLEUM FLOOR COVERING.
CENTRAL EMPORIUM

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Black-eye—2 lbs.—Aaron

Ibs.--Aaron

only—L.

to the ex-

PROTECTING
Your PLANTS

IS ESSENTIAL

WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED

A shipment of - - -

PLANT PROTECTION PRODUCTS

for the Plantation or small garden

Everything for Insect Pests, Blight or Weeds.
Let us solve your problem,

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AGROCIDE NO, 1
AGROCIDE NO 3

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«
THURSDAY, DECEMBER 6, 1951
Governor, to the exhibitor obtaining the OU. PAINTINGS
greatest number of points in the Garde Class &
Vegetabie Class,-E. W. Brathwaite. . Composition—Charles L. arris
GROUND PROVISIONS AND VEGE Portrait—-K. R. Broodhage
TABLES GROWN IN A SCHOOL WATER COLOURS
GARDEN Division 12. Class %
OPEN TO ELEMENTARY SCHOOL = Composition—-Osear Walkes
CHILDREN ONLY Flowers or Stil Life—K. RB, Brooi-
Class 5 gen
Section Class 4
Beans, Bush—2 Ibs.—Hillaby Mixed Any Mediur
Schoo! for a textile—Miss Ede Arm
Beans, String--2 lbs.--Southboro Boys
School On paper suitable for cotton print









Bonavist (A.O.V.}—2 lbs,—-8t. Barnabas Class, 2
Boys’ School, ApiaTian
Christophines—six only -— Southboro Honey in Shallow extracting [re 1
Boys’ School, frame--Roy Wnt
Cucumbers—six only—St. Luke's Boys’ Honey 1-lb. Frames—George Turney
School, Honey in botties—2 white 3 gill bottl.s
Peppers, ‘Collection of not less than K. A. Murphy
six varieti-s excluding Sweet Peppers) — Bees Waxibieached'—3_ ibs,—K A
Southboro Boys’ Sehoo!l. Murph
Bees Wax unbieached)-—-3 ibs,—Ro
Class 6 Went
Beets—6 on}/--St, Luke.
Cauliflowers—3 only—Southboro Bovs FLOUR AND STARCH
School.
Carrots ‘long)-—6 only—Southboro Boys Class 4
School, Farine, Cassava,—Elise
Carrots (Stump rooted)—6 only—St Fiour, Cassava,—Dai ‘
Clements’ Boys’ School, Flour, Indian Corn Zlanche Greenidge
Chives—3 !bs.-—-St. Luke's Boys’ School. Greenidge
Eschalot (Green)—3 itbs.—Grace Hill Flour, A.O.V.—-Elise Davis.
Girls’, Flour, Cassava,--Elise Davis.
Kohl Rabi—6 only—St. Luke's Boys’ Flour, A.O.V.—Blanchs Greenidge
School. Class 7
Leeks—6 onky-—-Southboro Boys’ School. Open to Head Teachers of the Elementary
Lettuctes (A.0.V. not purple)—6 only Schools

Southboro Boys’ School For the best kept School Garden-~C. D
Radishes—24 only--Southboro Boys’ Jordan; Holy Innocent’s Boys
School,

Turnips—6 only—tMillaby Mixed Sehool e On page 8.







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ZEALAND LINE, LIMITED renee
(M.A.N Z, Line) The M.V. “Caribbee” will accept
8.8. “PORT ADELAIDE” is sched- Cargo and Passengers for
uled to sail from Hobart September 25th Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
Melbourne October 4th, Sydney October Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailing 30th

10th, Gladstone October 16th, Port instant.

Alma October 20th, Brisbane October The M.V. “Moneka” will accep*
27th, arriving at Trinidad about end Cargo and Passengers for
November and Barbados about December Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat
5th. Nevis and St. Kitts. Date of

departure to be notified.
The M.V. Daerwood will accept

â„¢ addition to general cargo this ves-
sel has ample space for chilled and hard

es cargo. Cargo and Passengers for St.
© accepted on through Bills of Lad- Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada and
ing SR trans-shipment at Trinidad to Aruba. Date of departure to be
British Guiana, Leeward and Windward notified,
Islands. B.W.1. ea OWNERS
A Cc. Inc.
For further varciculars apply— Tele. 4047.

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sanspee [IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE
oT eee
ig esiesipnensiniainet pate ae —_—
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A STEAMER Sails 23rd November— arrives Barbados 4th December, 1951.
A STEAMER Sails 14th Deeember— arrives Barbados 25th December, 1951.

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8 S. “OCEAN RANGER” Sailed 7th Nov ember—arrives B’dos 24th Nov., 1951.
A STEAMER Sails 2st November— arrives Barbados Sth December, 1951.
A STEAMER Sails Sth December ..rives Barbados 19th December 1951.
CANADIAN SERVICE
SOUTHBOUND
Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Montreal Halifax Barbados
8.8. “ALCOA POINTER” we 25th Nov, 61 2sth Nov, 51 8th Dec. 51
S.S. “ALCOA PEGASUS” .. oe - Mth Dec. 5} 2th Dec. 51
§.S. “ALCOA SENTRA “+ v od 28th Dec. 51 8th Jany. &
“A” STEAMER 11th Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52

ROBERT THOM. LTD, - NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE.
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD.—CANADIAN SERVICE









































FYFFES LINE

The T.S.S. “GOLFITO” will arrive from
Southampton on Monday, 10th December, at
8 a.m. and will be sailing the same day for
Trinidad,

There is ample accommodation available for
Trinidad also for the United Kingdom on 19th
December, 1951,

WILKINSON & HAYNES C0.. LTD.

Agents.

ROBERT THOM
LIMITED

PLANTATIONS BUILDING
LOWER BROATr STREET

Passenger Sales Agents for:
Trans-Canada Airlines
B.O.A.C. and B.W.LA,

Alcoa Steamship Company
Telephone No: 4466,
30.11.51. —TE.N.

STOCKBROKER.
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Oversea Orders Executed,

33, Broad Street,-
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(over Phoenix Pharmacy)

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Pkgs. Polar Icing Sugar ,.. 87
Tins Chivers Raspberries .. 77 «69 Bottles Frontenac Beer. .26

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Governor, to the exhibitor obtaining th OW PAINTINGS

PAGE SIX BARBADOS avVOCATE x
greatest number of points i the Garde Class ¢

CLASSIFIED ADS.|__Frou_Bext_| Pxmsonat | Exhibition Prize List |e ene fie em

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The public are hereby warned against Fesiane PROVISIONS ‘AND VEGE Portrait K R “Broodh agen
HOUSES ving
TELEPHONE 2508. oe





credit to my wife CLARISA TABLES GROWN IN A SCHOO! WATER COLOURS
ROSETTA HEWITT inee IFILL) as & do From Page 5 A.O.V.—Mount Pleasant Plantatioh Divist 12. Class 3
— aa ® A BUNDLE OF 12 CANES TOP2ED GARDEN — .

anaemia, ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running| not hold myself responsible for her s . N : s OPEN TO ELEMENTARY SsCHOOL Composition—-Osear Walkes
water th or without meals. in Wood-| anyone else contracting any Article in household linen in embroid- HALF-WAY IN THE COUTE AND





Flowers of Still Life-K. R. Brood+
For Births, Marriage ot Engagement dens. Dial 3356 CLEANED AS DELIVERED TO CUBE OFLE ewere oF Ate



| det ts in my-neme unless by a cen ery, such as:— Tea Cloth, D’oyleys,











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announcements in Carib Calling the ror: SALE 4.12.51—t-£n | order signed by me Piate doyleys, Tray Cloth, Guest Towel, FACTORIES Section Clos 5 . Class 4

charge is $3.00 for any number of words ' ———— - IVAN HEWITT, Table Centre or Runner in white or 3.37161 or B.4121i—Turner Hall Plan- Beans, Bush—2 lbs.—Hillaby Mixed Any Mediur

up to 50 and 6 cents per word for each | “TRINITY COTTAGE”, St, James Government Hill, Joatural — N. Armstrong tation. cian ” Desi or a teutile—Miss Bda Ar
a additional word. Terms cash. Phose 2508 | ‘Three Bedroom house, fully furnished, | St. Michael, Articles as above in colour — Erdiston B.4098 or B.41227—Turner Hall Pianta- Beans, String—2 ibs.—Southborp Bos strong

petween 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death AUTOMOTIVE from January 1952. "Phone 2050 |5 2n “ [Model School. tion School On paper suitable for cotton print,

Notices only after 4 p. ™, 4.12.51—3n | Article in Machine Embroidery—Violet A.O.V.—Mount Wilton Plantation. Bonavist (A.0.V.)—2 Ibs.--8t. Barnabas Class :

|

Ramsa Class 1 (b)
(OPEN TO PEASANTS ONLY)

Handkerchief embroidered in white —
i} “irs, N. Howell, A CLUMP OF CANES
Handkerchief hemstitched or faney (2) B.37161—James Young.

~Mrs, N, Howell



Boys’ School. ‘ Apiari
Christophines—six only — Southboro Honey in She slow? extre acting frames

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Cucumbers—six only—St. Luke's Boys Hone



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Births, Marriages, Deaths, Acknowl-| ,/,/) Apply Archer 3037 4.12.51—$n |

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for any number of words up to 50, and sy A . | , h Star stitch — M. Nichols. = Colt ein talk hin K. A. Murphy
b cents per word on week-days ana Head Coupe. Chiap Phone 03805) Force: || Cross stiten — 8. Andrews. PIELD VEGETABLES wie eners, (Collection oF net opens). Been Waxibleached)—9 Ibs--K,. A
6 ons word ax Sundays for e@em) HELP | : a, Petit Point and Tapestry — Mrs, D, Southboro Boys’ School. Murph
additional ward. CAR: Plymouth Sedan. Offers to J, B.| | Gill, Waterford. Plantation, St. Michael | A CANE WEIGHER and an OVERSEER S. i bg) Se merase of Deawn Taos Roeedtnalt-= sla iors Class « Went
6,12.51—3n | for Joes River Sugar Factory. Applica- + . . — Beets—6 onty—St. Luke.
—_ — | tans in writing will be received on or | fs endl om De otherwise Plantation. bs Ww auuhdaween 8 oniy—Seuthboro Boys FLOUR AND STARCH
IN MEMORIAM CAR: One Hillman 1949 model, 14,000 | before 16th December 1951 addressed to | een eres. Seok i Cassava, Poisonous—25 Ibs.—Malvern |. °°")
miles, in perfect condition. Apply: Mr. | the Attorney Joes River Sugar Estates LONDON, Dec. 5 Flowering Plants Grown in Pots or Tubs Plantation. Carrots ‘iong)—6 only—Southboro Boys Class 6
Tee, a, Oe a eee enistiap. St |kud. Marbates Coop, Bank Lid, Marhil| The Maraiems of Resding, Patel Actactum Pink, cine apecimen — pancan, oo Ihe—Castio Grant | <-nool, Farine, Cassava,--Elise Davi
GIBBONS: In loving memory of my.| George 6.12.51—-4n | Street, Bridgetown, ‘The successtul appli- | ijampentany Under-Secretary far) Mrs. H. N. Leacock. PignteGen, : Carrots (Stump rooted)—6 only—-St. Fiour, Cassava,—Dalsy Clark
beloved Sister, Mrs. Millicent Edna | saenenemeteenentonmmines | capts will be required to take up duties on |) ty A sari . & Oe. . ivieid. eny eaeur, stnae *. Rakes Muto the—-Buth Bovell. | cements’ Boys’ School, Ficur’ thalen Goce, alandhe Greénktite
Gibbons, who departed this life on] CARS—End of year closg out of used | Tuesday Ist January 1952 Foreign Affairs indicated OM) .,ecimen — Miss Enid Shepherd. Eddoes, Seal Top—20 Ibs.—Cuastle Grant | Grives3 Ibs.—St, Luke's Boys’ School. Greenidge-
December 5, 1938 vars all must be sold. 1 Wolseley 6/80 | 2,12.51—8n | Wednesday that Britain does not} Anthurium, Hybrid, variewated, single P'antstion- Eschalot (Green)—3 bs.--Grace Hill Flour, A.0.V.~-Elise Davis.
Thy will be done on earth, Saloon, 8,000 miles. First class eondition. ; —~ = |intend to widen the dispute with specimen --' Mrs, D,’ Bovell, Eddovs, Tannia—20 lbs,—Ruth Bovell.| 5. Flour, Cassave,—Eilise Davis
As it is in Heaven 1 Morris Oxford. 1 Morris Minor 10,000 } , Experienced ie fier Potatoes, Sweet (B.44)—25 |bs.—Mal- bhi Re i was uke’s Boys’ Flour. A.O.V.—Blanche Greenidge
. ion «| Egypt no fi in; Anthuriums, 3 specimens, all different om Plamtnth Kohl Rabi St. Luke's Be Ps
Show forth O Lord victorious | miles. Like new. 1 Austin A-40. Very | Gene the “Palms BYP’ w by forcing open —Mrs. D. Bovell, ee in arsed ieteoast \—25 tbs, | School. Class 7
Thy viewer in the lives of all for Sioa conditien, Gre ap. ORE BOY AL Chow 6 .12.51—1n|}Suez Canal to tankers bound for] Begonia age 3 Sinem nee all eae fieset Macioten Lee 1” Leeks—6 onky—Southboro Boys’ School. Open to Head Tea here of the Elementary
whom " Wa. prey G az -L slephene aif, different — Mrs, A, De nn: = : ? Lettuces (A.0,V. not purple)—6 only Schools
W. Harvey 6.12.51—1n 1.12. 61—6n STENOGRAPHE! An experienced Hell ee Besonia with stem, single specimen— _ Potatoes, (A.0.V.)-—-35 —Ibs.—-AUUIA) soithboro Boys’ ce" For the best kept School Garden--C. D
~. ——.—-—----- | stenographer for Realtors Limited. Apply ord Strabolgi tabled the quese| yp. H. N. Ueacock. Plantation. Radishes—24 only—Southboro Boys’ Jordan; Holy Innocent’'s Boys
cacti alitgnnpe tonsa | PROCS Two “pordien Thames 5-ton| _y» letter only im the first instance. Ad-|tion in the House of Lords askin; Begonia with stem, 3 specimens, ali Potutoes. English—5 Ibe-E. Sargeant. | 401
Trucks in good working order. Done | dress 151/152 Roebuck Street, City “to what extent the oll refinery at}different — Government House. Pumpkins, Any other variety, 3 onl¥—~ |" pirnips—6 only—Hillaby Mixed School @ On page 8.
ANNOUNCEMENTS | (te: £000 woes Ber particulars Aophy 28.11.51 —t.t.n | e y Gh | cikerent — Government Woe. wen — Mra. J, W. Chandler. :
Iw. L Biscuit Co, Ltd Phone 4337 | . -\H i: is vet worked, and Mrs. H. N. Leacock. oun Marrow--¢ only—Denzil} pa Pee Ee Fee: ae
4.12.51-—6n whether restr ons on e s- Lily, (Bucharist), single specimen jarke.
aca SSP aN RP Oe MISCELLANEOUS sage of oi] tankers for Half pa Mrs. Louls Nichols, Yams, Lisbon Bottle Neck--25 Ibs.
$5 in goods and with your cash bill wae Sy Sisshibipiiundsieseciionssie t.5 ts Ian rg for Halfa are) ose, A.0.V. single specimen — Mrs, Edgar St. Hil.
you get a guess-coupon; how many LIVESTOCK ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & §&CRAP still being enforced? Robert Lord. Yams, Lisbon Coconut—5 Ibs.—Castle
screws in a jar? You can win an GOLD — PURCHASED GORRINGES,| Lord Reading replied that the Class 11 — Miscellaneous Work Grant Plantation



EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop
at A. BARNES & Co.,, Lid,
23.11.51—t.f.n.



2.12.51—t.fn. » Work in twine, comprising Hammocks, _ Yams, Horn—25 Ibs.—Hopefleld Planta-
tefineries are producing at én Horse, Fish, Tennis or Cricket nets — tion.

bure—Pure Bred Bull Master Pups. | “Mats Seer:
St Martin’s Boys’ School. Yams, Oriental—25 lbs.—Hopefield Plan-

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et fn M —---- | fron or Steel Pipe. Apply D. M. Simpson| per cent, of their capacity. Sieg! Seas or fibre — St. Martin's ee. seins an Saeed BBALAND Eee Leer
HAN AL &c 1,12 51—tn * 5 =| Boys’ Schoo! ama, ite — . . me The M.V. “Caribbee” will accept
FOR SALE ___ MECHA am eee | ad ors’ tatetan Ged beaeet miey aa eee pene ee Sigstin’s Hoye’ Plantation 4.8. “PORT ADELATDE? to sched-|% Cargo ond Passengers for
“ ™ ” i DINGHY—In good condition ‘elephone ool, li be ith Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
' ce aGORD OI {Dictating ae: “ane 30.11.51—6n % thele passage Herongh the Gust rv, Meeass Baskets — Mr. Albert GARDEN VEGETABLES Lo , Sedeeg a Soaye rap ve ape ee: 0 eee ans at sclta Gelling BOh
ye Near WE aaa ial ‘ , tt anal. ern. pri cor tant.
On Show At Exhibition Barbados Import & Export Co, Ltd. TYPEWRITING AND DUPLICATING a ; e Reypuan Coverninen One Fancy Basket—St, Martin's Girls Arrowroot—5 Ibs.—E. W. Brathwaite oe Giadsiane, Cover Soe eee oes M.V. “Moneka” will accep*
ae Phone 2959. b cas sient service, Experienced English has given no indication that they | school. Artichokes—5 lbs.—Osford Butler. eg oor t teintaah abou ona Cargo. and Passengers for
FERGUSON TRACTORS with the Fer- 4.13.61—40 | tail, Phone 8380. 4azsi—an| intend to comply with the en-| Hair Brooms or Brushes — Christ Beetroot 12 only Ostord Butler. Sith, arriving at, Trinidad spout eee |e eerinics Antigua, “Moxtwerat &
t eon's ————— ~ c i oe ure! »ys' Schoo! ‘arrots—12 only—-Myra Mayers.
Soe hcshivesy Ge mate USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED voroemany of the Geeurity Coun Hat made from locally grown material Caulifiower—3 only—E. W. Brathwaite, Sth. hi, petal Ley a sotified. eT
y $.12,.51—2n MISCELLANEUUS > «| cil’s resolution, No tankers for] —poreen Waithe. Ctlery--6 only—Ursula Smith. in addition to general cargo this ves- eparture pe ni
i We pay good prices for used stamps o Haif t les (Unglazed) 3 sel has ample space for chilled and hard The M.V. Daerwood will accept
—— the British West. Indies at Caribbean| Haifa attempted to pass through a Clay Domestic Articles (Unglone Chives—2 ibe—Erdiston College. frolaes santo. Cargo and Passengers for St.
= TRIMM Electrically oper- $$$ ta ety ; 3 ¢ > wer Pots -— ristophines—12 only— eyne, be a, St. Vincent, renada s
ataton show Gates Park 5th and th AMERICAN BRASSIERES— Pink ana | ee sah a ay Tg.51—1n he Canal, B. 2 Guglets — A. Devonish. Cuecumbers—6 only—Mrs, J. L Chand- ina ae eens ase Wills of Te eee Ne sa he
December 1951, Courtesy Gozomn, | Dis! Laie. sizes 32-38, $1.60. Modern DY Strabolgi asked: “Are Govern- G2 eS fo pare ler Sse ee NE ing ich Guisna, Leeward end Windward notified. :
4616. a 5 —an ” onre: F a ay wr mane ih nase ane ae ment going to tolerate this breach] saaaters’ Work— orn 3 eat Re a Islands. B.W.1. ones OWNERS
MASSEY-HARRIS | - MANURE| AMERIGAN AND CANADIAN GLABS-|Go write Gf, Huison, Chairman, Black-|Of international use of the Suez} Blinkers — A. Ratios Colleg For further yartculars apply Tele. 4047. ‘
SPREADERS — Suitable for applying] WARE—Drinking Glasses, Decorated | ans, St. Joseph. ‘4.i2.51—-6n | Canal indefinitely, Are we going], ‘2), Gentlemen's Boots or Shoes — ~ Fechalot, Dry —5 Ibs,—E. W. Alleyne.| FURNESS, WITHY & Co., Ltd.
Megass and fiiter-press mud On show|-Tumblers, Cocktail Glasses, Colourful t 1 d all thi z Leroy Holder, Ginger, freshly reaped—5 Ibs.—Osford TRINIDAD.
Queen's Park — Courtesy Garase Dial] Fony and Juice Glasses, Plain Tumblers o sit down and allow ©. ua (b) Ladies’ Boots or Shoes — H. Year- putier, B.W.I, OS SS0SCCOO BEB SSSSUGOS!
4616. §.12.51——-2n | Champagne and Wine Glasses all at most we NOTICES official and illegal blockade to be] wood, - Khol Rabi—6 only—E. W. Brathwaite. DaCOSTA & Co.,
y —— i | rearonable prices, Excellent gifts for your PU , ’ carried on?” Leather Manufactured Locally — Leon =] pexs—12 only—Livingstone Svaly BARBADOS “lr PAYS TO ADVERTISE
MASSEY-HARRIS TRACTORS—Wheel] friends or yourself G. W, HUTCHZNSON | Reading replied that British|"°*"’ 944.4 — swing Mignonette—19 heads—F. #. sel 4
ode hy *O., LTD. 12.5 epee egress ere 4 eid Tai’ 7
7 Rn oar a ‘Gone Diab Mea ik a LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION authorities in Egypt are only ex-| Sow, 1 year and under 2 years — Mr. 48 only—Aaron Yearwood. Di a le > - ———
4616. 6,12,51—2n] COKE—A quantity of Foundry Coke for| | HEREBY give notice that the Annual | &TC1SIng such control as is neces- sue payne. 4 uhder 4-years — Mr, Onions—12 only—E. W. Brathwaite.
| immediate delivery, Apply Wil. Biscuit | ricensing Session for the Renewal of|sary to ensure the supply of}g. oe a Peppers, mixed—E. W. Brathwaite. °
MASSEY HARRIS SIDE-DELIVERY]Co., Ltd. Phone 4337 4.12.51—60 | Tiquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes | British forces in the Canal Zone. B 1 4 under 2 years — Mr. Peppers, Sweet—12 only—E. W. Alleyne, 0.
in show at Queen's Park, Wed. | ——__ | cr Soseph and St. Andrew will be * ants eh and under 2 y Pulse—green, in pod. e
Sth and Thurs, 6th Deer. 1951—Cour-| CHILDREN'S HANDBAGS—Imitation | heid at the Police Magistrate's Court —UP, we SDs under 4 years — (a) Beans, Bush Lima—S Ibs—E. W
teay Garage. Dial 4616 leather handbags. Two for $1.00. Plastic | pistrict “F" on Friday the 2ist day of ar, 2 yearsand under 4 ¥ Brathwaite.
5.12 5l—2n] Handbags with shoulder strap in |p eember 1951. r v4 r, Austin Layne (b) Beans, Climbing Lima—5 lbs.— Lc.
“Siivecierrac. ———{ variety of colours 98 cents. J. R. EDWARDS, = Ciass Gilford Clarke
J LAVE/CLETRAC NO oe 4.12.51—6n Police Magistrate, NEW UNION MAY Fat Barrow or Sow, 6 monthe and (c) Beans, String—S —Ibs.—Aaron
- a ope, nder a R Pe
ourtesy Garage, Dial 4616. CHRISTMAS CAROLS.-A supply of Ms aac BE DISSOLVED Se oes, we eet ee ee (e) Peas, Pigeon—5 Ibs.—Mrs, J. W. NEW YORK SERVICE
6.12.51—2n] these just received. “O come all ye ‘ Bales ie ae under 12 months — Mr. G, A. Marshall, Chandler. A STEAMER Sails 28rd Noyember— arrives Barbados 4th December, 1951.
faithful”; * Herald Angels sing”; LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION Pulse—dry, in pod, A STEAMER Sails 14th Deeember-~ arrives Barbados 25th December, 1951.
5/6 TON CANE CARTS—eauipped with} “in Dulci Jublio”, “Once in Royal David In Jamaica AGRICULTURE () Peas, Black-eye—2 Ibs.—Aaron 7 oaieshienignasnaiersapeiinniele
Over-run Brakes—On show Queen’s Park) City”; “God rest you merry gentlemen"; 1 HEREBY give notice that a Licens- SUGAR CANE Yearwood. VICE
. Sth and 6th Deer, 1951—Courtesy Gar-] “w hile Shepherds watch “We three | Session for the granting of Certificates KINGSTON, J’ca., Dec, 4 Class 1 (a) Radishes—24 only--Osford Butler. NEW ORLEANS SER
age. Dial 4616 5.12. 51—2n s"; The first Nowell; etc. Dial; for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for aS ” ~ 3 | Section Sorrel—5 lbs.—E. W. Brathwaite. S 8S. “OCEAN RANGER” Sailed 7th Nov ember—arrives B’dos 24th Nov., 1951.
i 387 Da. Costa & Co. Ltd. Electrical we eee George ana Lire Aaa The Peoples’ National a ” A CLUMP OF PLANT CANES. Squash, with flowers—24 only—L. A STEAMER Sails 2ist November— arrives Barbados sth December. 1981.
* D-partment, 4.12.51—4n s re . a day called upon Thossy Kelly an B.87161 or BAl211—Turner Hall Plan- Sargeant. Sails 5th December— arrives Barbados 19th December 1951.
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE aateaiieaibebaaaesimeliibininenimieenndtes ee Te ee eT eee ite Trt - Ww aicPheeena wing rows eetan tation. Turnips—12 only—Ernest W. Alleyne. ee
Four Roads, St. Philip, for permission to} 64° colours, lovely Se ae i eich ‘| Thursday the 20th day of December 1951,]away from the Trade Union Con- aes oF B.Aae—Toruer Hoyt Pane Ducane oettas Cub, presented ; CANADIAN SERVICE
sel} Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e. at a board) 7). Modern Dress Shoppe, Broad Street, | #11 o'clock, am gress and formed a new party, to] A.0.V.—Mount Pleasant Plantation. by the Agricultural Soclety, to the ex- | S0UTHBOUND

and shingle shop with galvanize roof 612.51-2n | Pated this 30th day of November 1951,










attached to residence at Four Roads, St. Cc. W. RUDDER, give assurances that they would aoeat ar oF BE AO Ryn er, ie ere soe donee ee Name of Ship Sails Sails Arrives
Pipa his 5th d December 1051 “GALVANISED SHEETS — A_ limited Police Magistrate, Dist. “B". | dissolve the new union, the forme } pantation r E. W. Brathwaite. f 8.8. “ALCOA POINTER” bik Mon 6s agin Nov. 8) sin Dec. St
To; Rw. MARDER, i. r quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft, to ede 4.12.51-—-39 | ation of which is contrary to P.N.P.| 8.4098 or B.41227--Mount Pleasant — A Special Prize of a Case of Silver | o'g “ALCOA PEGASUS a ee ov. *" 4ath Dec. 51 24th Dec. 51
Pmlice Magistrete, OMe a lo”. Attgactive prices. Baquire Auto| “TT GUOR LICENSE SESSION | Policy. The deadline for a reply 15 | Plantation. Spoons presented by His Excellency the "§'s° “ALCOA PLANTER” .. me a a8th Dec. 51 8th Jany. 82
FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT, Re Soy eres __11251—t-On-) HEREBY give notice that a Licens4 | Saturday. ; “A” STEAMER 11th Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52



for Applicant

.B.—This application will be consid:

at a Licensing Court to be hel

e Court, District “C" on Wednesday
19th day of December 1961 at 1)

k, a.m
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”,
lin

INDIAN SANDALS; Colourful and | {ing Session for the granting of Certifi- No action on their part will re-
fency. Ladies hurry before all go. Shop | cates for the renewal of Liquor Licenses/sult in charges against them

t THANI’S Pr. Wm t. Dial 3466, ; for the parish of St, Thomas will be held} |.) ; :
a Pr, Wm Henry St. Dial 400-1 tthe Police Court District “‘D’ on which might end their expulsion

Nala ae se | Wednesday the 19th day of December|from the party,—(CP)
LADIES’ UNDERWEAR: In_ panties, | 151 at 11.00 a.m,

slips, nighties and brassieres in large| Pated this 3rd day of December 1951

variety at THANI'S, §.12.51—t.f.n J. R. EDWARDS,
cepa annie eiannce eA? Police Magistrate,
“OLIVE BLOSSOM”—D Class Yacht,

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Waups LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Seggion for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the CITY OF
TOWN will be held at the Polic
Courts, Dist. “A” on Thursday 20th

mber, at Hi o'clock a.m
Dated this 5th day of December 1951
G. B, GRIFFITH,
Ag. Police Magistrate,

District “A”
5.19 51—3n

QUOR LICENSE SESSION
hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for Féenewnl of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the parish of St
see and that part of Christ C hureh

mber at 11 o'clock a.m,
ted this 6th day of December 1961
E. A. MeLEOD,

Police’ Magistrate, Dist.

5.19 51--3n
Se
PUBLIC SALES

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spaee of 6,000 sq. ft. upstairs, and 6,000
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hundred vards from the centre of the
City, Por further particulars, apply

Ralph Beard, Lower Bay Street.
6.12.51—4n

EVANTON

Top Rock having 4 bedrooms, Dining
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and showers with Hot Water, Moder.
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The Gurdens are well laid out having #
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Ring 5010 or 8657 6.12. 51—4n

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in District "A" will be held at Police
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wh olesale purchase. THANI BROS. Dial
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TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals
Large Size American Plastic Dolls, All
one Price, 84 cents each. Modern Dres
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Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany
d Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each.
You must see them at THANI'S Pr. Wm
Ury 8t §.12.51—t.on

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

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LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION —

J] HEREBY give notice that a Licensing
Seeton for the granting of Certificates | {)
for the renewal of Liquor Licenses for | f¢
the parish of St. James will be held at) c
the Police Court District “E" Holetowr
on Friday the 2ist day of December 1951 | 5

at 11,00 a.m, oni, my. Ponce, 5.8, Stentor, 5,8. Folke
Dated this 3rd day of December 1951. Bernandotte, s.s, Hamburg, s.s. Sfinge, 5.5.

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1 hereby give notice that a Licensing | Anzoategui, s.s. Aido Lauro, ‘Maria
Sossion for the granting of Certificates | Paolina, s.s, Esso Bruss.1s, 5.8 "Garltntst,

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Dated this 3rd day of December 1951. | daly Bay, 5.6. Battle Rock

SYDNEY H, NURSE,
Police Magistrate,
District "E”
5.12.51—3n

————$
LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION rat, Antigua, St. Kitts, Bermuda, U

€

I HEREBY give notice that the Annual| ©

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

"Cc" on Wednesday the 10th day of
December 1951,
A. W. HARPER.
Ag. Police Magistrate,
District “C”.
4.12.51—3n








The application of Hlene Weekes or Nr
Mangrove, St. Philip. for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., at a wall
and galvanise shop attached to residence
at Nr, Mangrove, St, Philip

Dated this 5th day of December 1951

FLAVIUS A. KNIGHT,
for Applicant
To: A. W. HARPER, Esa

Police Magistrate, Dist. “C".

N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at
*olice Court, District "C” on Wednesday
the 19th day of December 1951 at 1)

v'elock, a.m,
A. W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C’.
§,12.51—In

—<$—$—
LIQUOK LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Gordon Shepherd
of Edgecliff, St. John for permission to
sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, & ©., at a board
and galvanised shop attached to residence
at Edgecliff, St. John

Dated this Sth day of December 195)

KENNETH PERC

for Applicant.
Teo: A. WwW.

ARPER, Esq.
Police Magistrate, Dist, “C”.
N.B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing Court to be held,at
j Police Court, Dist. “C" on Wednesday
| the 19th day of December 1951 at 11

o'clock a.m .
A, W. HARPER,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “C”
6,18.51—la

| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Alonza Muriel Mullin
of Gall Hill, St, John, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors &c., at 4
board and shingled shop attached to
residence at Gall Hill, St, John

Dated this Sth day of December 1951

KENNETH PERCH,
for Applicant
To A. W. HARPER, Esq
Police Magistrate, Dist ‘co

N.B.—This ape will be consid-
ered at a Licensing t to be held at
Police Court, Dist Cc" en Wednesday
the 19th day of Decimber 1951 at 11
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Mail at 12,15 p.m, on the 6th December
1961. AGROCIDE NO, 1

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66.4% pr. Cable 7
64.9% pr. Currency 62.9% pr
50% pr Silver 20% pr.




Costal Station

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vat they can now communicate with the

coast Station:—
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s. Golfito, m,v. Willemstad, s.s, Arigu-

allowing ship through their Barbados ee ee re

-rla, 8.8. Tmperial Fredericton, 5.8.



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After ‘ F if oy: will win the ashes from Australia ree eh a ian Single Specimens —
36 i the | J The task vo vaititibsi one T ts antnee ee ate } Chrvysalidocarpus Lutescens —
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Ran Valent had Q eur For in a row in the face of their t EGGS hued
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t ‘ Jon ve ( ’ uel unig defeats—physically and psycho- " : cae 6 J Wilkinson
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been the ghost of a chance when UMPIRE upholds appeal by Worrell. Richie Benaud is dismissed, L.B.W. fcr 42. West Indies v. N.8.W. Not until the season after next The Second Test is one of the ” Morris drove a ball a foot off the Sydney Cricket Ground, Nov. 16. Consolidated Press Photo. will that young batsman of high most absorbing and exciting seen] p,,,,., "I°SVES ‘Clu? Poir (‘Sipia) Single Specimen
7 i i larks ; “ in’ 4 - = tage » TOW TOUS?
ground t him with im en Siataunaaain promise, Jim Parks, of Sussex, in Australia in many years. For- (a) Mixed: 9 one-ib bottles Mirian ‘poi s: eubiei Gosie Specimen
me Goddard got hi fi c a ; oe : sen, De available again for a regular tunes constantly fluctuated with | Hinds A ce sle Inniss.
hands to it but could not hold Sports: am Ss Diary 4 meng p ofesaionais train re place in the county cricket side. no team having the upper hand ‘i i we ssn a onal bottles (each — A.O.V. .of Ornamental Plant not speci-
i d ball ach other at one time or another. fhe secretary, Lieut.-colonel until Australia eventually se~ jo rere — nee netb, bottle Sed: Shave! So See rere eee
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x . m, ‘ i Georgt Grimston, tells me he cured the match with a bright]; Mayers GRAPTED OR BUDDED PLANTS
Morris Out l bs S ou d Police Escort hopes hig Service officers will chase after runs in the second] Hot Sauce — St. Patrick's School. (Class 9)
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After 75 minut Morris square occer u AT the age of 46, Police-consta- allow him an occasional game in innings on Wednesday. : eee one B Ra See ga \vocado Pear cree Millar
T i ber’ lw f . This match proved two things: : : : , Nar
drove Rameadhin for four but off ble Thomas Albert Baldwin, of 1951. ee 1 See | Class: c) A.OV. Henry Millar.
the next ball was enticed up the Ve Acton, W., has won the Irish open Five of the young Sussex pro- One is that the Australians make
pitch and was beaten by the faint +f} middle-weight wrestling charm- fessionals, Parks, Potter, Bates, Test cricket a deadly serious ||====
off-break that Ramadhin was u e oun r ) rs pionship in Dublin. Willson and Cogger, are on ser- business; the other aa that al- H
managing to produce, Walcoit His fellow policemen at Acton vice. So there will be at least rg ae i ctukit acai a |
eee ae 7 : . ¥ re preparing a reception for him. two ground staff jobs going in ©®! Style of cric o .
removed the bails with time to oy ' 1 0 : Fe . res
Sate herr stamped Weick When Reputation Is At Stake the spring. For these there are feat spectace, they, wil never
Re thin 30 IPPER om , aia Jol Tea ee gE mili- More doggedness to their play.
Immediaiely Hassett came in UPPERMOST in the minds of ard, iged nine and John, aged WHAT’S ON TODAY : : i We must wait till the third pos-
there was a serious muddle over thousands of football] supporters five. I asked leave to ve a pic- tary age, £5 after ee a sibly deciding Test at Adelaide
a single from Hassett Archer to-day must be this question: ture taken of the nexi lesson. The Police Courts 10.00 a.m. oT remote chance of honour on December 22 to see whether
found himself halfway down the “Why are players, picked for the 1¢ sult is printed ‘here Industrial Exhibition at “2 yr oe sce ae this doggedness will prevail. If
wicket but Marshall threw to the biggest match of the season against 4 ‘in De pad pay for a ia in it does, then the ashes of the
Witee: Dut Mar Tew t . llowed Richard was away sch.ol Queen's Park 1 p.m. only himself to keep But he -iupber will remain alive
wrong end. Even then Valentine @ continental power, allowed 10 1 had his father’s undivided Opening of New Boscobel needs to make up his mind ‘7e? WH! remain alive. LP
had time to throw at the other risk injury in League matches tian tfen, Te Hage of them shave Bridge by Commissioners Quickly whether for him there is UP.
end but Archer flung himself face ‘Our days before the big event vee yell,” ee thei 5 Leachar of St. Peter 4 p.m. ae Tabire in it a
downwards on the wicket with the | Last eer and ene aed : ear E : f Meeting of the Alliance :
bat outstretched and just got in, team sel cted jc ae ranch ai er Len Hutton himself, a i Francaise Group at Wake- Rougher Soccer
Hassett unperturbed, proceeded ¥ fa fal 3 ~ Sa wetlne ; tates, A an England crickete hi ith field, White Park 8.15 p.m. Soccer, it seams, is becoming
to repeat his performance of the ,0r Lendl UOnls, eet ated but ‘ t year, prefers golf to all as his rougher if one takes insurance
first innings although with less ee All very good, but bs Vi" ‘second game, On tours he is usu- Sunrise: 6.00 a.m. asa pointer,
azsurence Worrell was now then? Back went the men to thelr jj. the pest golfer of the parts Sunset: 5.36 p.m. If claims by clubs continue at
clubs full of confidence, only to be clal y

turning enough to straighten up

his leg-breaks and bring them on League fixtures

knocked about in
on Saturday.





the wicket. Ramadhin seemed to Mads taro dike: befote the! ani
poms * oe : i ie = 1 the team—for better or worse—has
Gurrcmeny because | pec had to be reshaped. What is the
was giving the ball 1 hance to ense of it?
bite on whet was still the most I well know the reply “The
unyielding surface. employers of the men are the
But both were doing enough ‘o elubs, not the Football Associa-
cause beth Archer and Hassett to tion, Ought not the clubs then
make mistakes but none froin {o use their men as they wish?

which they could not recover
These two took the score past 4

Reputation at Stake

hundred — and Archer was = ap- My own answer to that one !s
progching ‘his fifty w hen Worrell , decided “No.” Not when out
straightened one up off the leg- ;eputation as the “parent” nation

stump and had him Lb.w. Archer oy
lb.w. Worrell 47. Two for 123
Harvey barely had time to look

football is at stake.
At the bottom of the trouble is



the grimness of the struggle for
round before Worrell had him League points and the enormous
exactly the same way, Harvey and unwholesome importance at-

lLb.w. Worrell 1. Three for 1
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needed for

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seer victory tea WS ways. The Austrians put the game
Tari) on : aay ‘ 7 against England first and thei
re liller and Hassett Knocked off qomestie football second, Sooner
i zu i mote @ runs b ter tea and or jater we shall be forced to take
ae nate wos. by seven wick- the same line Why not sooner?
‘tock-Taking Rejected Dog
Godaard has some serious stock- ;
taking to do before the third test MRS. C. H, Chandler, who has
at Adelaide at the end of the “Pent many thousands of pounds
month. He set an example to-day 0% racing greyhounds, considers



he has in Magourna Reject her
cheapest and best ever dog.

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of foriitude
which if
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and determination
could be infused into
higher batsmen would



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his jobs, Pall Mall, one of greyhound

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es. | imagine it is certain now that S¢mi-classies. One of his rivals
Marshall will replace Rae and-- !” this event is the “dog of the
heresay that this is—if Worrelt Ye#?,” Rushton Smutty

continues to fail in every crisis I Mrs. C, Chandler paid £150 for
seriously suggest that the free the dog when he was 10 months,
scoring Rickavds should be given His value to-day must be in the
his place, Young keen players wil] 'e@ion of £3,000. She got the dog



do better than senior men who because of a broken engagement.
fail to really appreciate that the When three months old Magouw:
West Indies expects every man "# Reject was given to an Irish
to do his utmost possible on this girl as an engagement present. The
historie tour encagement w broken off ani

One other factor has emerged, the dog returned to his then Irish
The islande were wrong to come Owner, ho aptly named him
without an expert wicket keeper Magourna Reject, Soon afterwards

he sdid the dog to Mrs. Chandle1

To-morrow at Hackney Wick in

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lacks that sharp edge necessary the final of the Gilbert Trophy
for Test matche Godfrey Evans Magourna Reject is expected ito
would Imve had three men out this beat experienced open racers wno

afternoon. For test purposes any- M#y be his chief opponents in next









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wicketkeeper is a danger ‘ the first six tricks with noe .

Bow the. tourists face the Ade Hutton And Sons Spade ruffs. a Heart ruff
laide wicket which will probab find three side Aces: this
be unresponsive. The batsmen ON the telephone Len Hutto’ by cOrueine tor ake ie
must score heavily the if they happened to mention to me that he made three more tricks ;
are to check the Au ian su he had “taken up football” n seenese: Aneneneereneeeenened
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Moon: First Quarter, Decem-



His handicap is now down to Six, th sent ra remiucts are 2

two better than in Australia last ber 5. ated Bs be ere a the we eae
winter. Lighting: 6.00 p.m. end of the season. Rates are + ot

No Secrets High Tide: 10.47 a.m,, 11.06 calculated to produce 2% per *, 4.0

Dm. & cent profit for the brokers. So 103 SECOIGE ¢

HEAVY-WEIGHTS Johnny Wil- Low Tide: 4.20 a.m, 5.13 far this has not materialised WY Ws

liams and Ray Wilding may cat p.m, despite an increase in rates last Ef |

day have to fight each other, year. f

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YESTERDAY’S

at Rugby for their respective con-
tests at Harringway on December 4.

It is a sensible and practical
move, but one not always favoured
by British professionals, Here it
often seems to be thought desira-
ble to keep potential rivals as far
apart as possible, presumably in

ANYTIME, ANYWHERE

Tom Haliburton can yet win
the Middlesex professional golf
championship before he moves
from the North Middlesex club fi ee

to Wentworth, Surrey, in succes-
The World’s Greatest

sion to Jimmy Adams.
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WEATHER REPORT
(From Codrington)
Rainfall: .O1 in,
Tofal Rainfall for month vo
date: .86 ins.
Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F







He tied with Reg. Horne Hen-
don, in this event: The play-off

order not to disclose stable Lowest Temperature: 72.0 °F os Crews Hill, Enfield, on Tues-
Americans have different ideas. wo Velocity: 7 miles per as
In the U.S.A. most of the top- ners You Pay Your Penny

Barometer: (9 a.m.)
(3 p.m.) 29.884,

29.968, Supporters of little Aylesbury

United, the club that had its big
moment against Watford in the
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i i building a clubhouse. Aylesbury
= Harrison-Grey ; The B.C.A. - B.C.L. Cricket ‘are son asking for people to col-
Dealer: East, i match will continue next Sunday lect the pennies. i
Love all. : at the Bay Grounds. On the ter- ¥
@avz4s ; mination of this fixture the To Be Continued
os" # Selectors will invite players to Last season Wingate and Har-
ea 5 practice in preparation for the jrow Town played a total of 330
&AQ86E32 3 Jamaican Tour next month, minutes in three Middlesex
Wee E. 3 * The first Trial Match will take Senior Cup matches. Now they
$ & let 3E3; %olace on Sunday 16th and 28rd. have drawn again in the same ? : —
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test produced a variety of
contracts. South usually
showed strength with Three
Diamonds over East’s One
Heart opening. but a slam
was bid at one table only.
, When North's Four Clubs
5 ratsed to Five by South,
his hand has become so
“trong on the bidding that
of Six Clubs is obliga-
Caretul play is required
and twelve tricks
=veral South players were
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bidding Two Diamonds only
over One Heart At one
table. where South oid
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Owe. ft Trie MdfgiMM of Raadini, Pa: Undrr-SPcrrlairyi fur I 1 iH'i Affalu indualfii W-.me.d-> th-i Uiium does not II tld to widen the dupute with %  by forcing open thdj tl to Unkers bound for Hi ifl refliMTlM. I.<.rd Stmbolii tabled the quea. \n ilir Ilouaw of Lorda aaktng U I xtrrit lli r "il ""finery at H-iifi irwktaL n ther reatrlrtlom on uur paa' of oil tankers for Haifa art %  till being .nforccd?" •-.dim teplied that tha ^ are produrlng at ar at.imal rate of W0.000 lona or 22 %  of laWtr BaVtelly. "Aa regarria the passage of tankuric Lord Strabolgl refert ,*agr thruugh the Suer CnnaL The Egyptian Government h; %  given no indication that they Intend to comply with the en' i< -if the Reeiiritv PounJuUon. No tinkers for UariiipUd to paas througb 'he Canal." (omtniauonara. St J'-aW lit.n *1-M) Joaapn 4 13 M I'HNir MIIKIS Exhibition Prize List 0 Irwss, rage S \ -VWIH AV Mount l'1-aur.i PUnUUun I OK tl CASK BAUWAY IN Tin CUtANgO Aft HtllllUD TO r-AiTOHica lltlll or B 41111 Turnar Kail PUnVnaaUbM CUaa W T OltOVND Pi>V'ia.li.Ma OAMM < 11 \ 1.1 1 it HI TAB1 ""* 04.1.1 1 )• — E>dU(on ... A %  > V %  OPIN lajwrt 4141 a.ti" M NldMli. "on MlUft — S AMlMwt. p-iit rhi and Taa-nlry — "Irs. o. WtmMm (MM. EmaruiaWr of Diaa.ii TMOad Miu Katnlnrn HarlliuMU it.<.!.. %  1 MM aiBaa l li M oia I l—Mlad H Jaanan Yaung. 11H-D vtawtABiJcm -a. PaaWal U ai %  im. H>bri'l. I fwcimen Mr. D II Anthurlun*. 1 aparlm %  Mr. D Bov.ll BjsjMaHl alarnlnu. 1 4i-.nanl Mi. A D. r Tab* ad. nW I diflfrmi %  Knaf'-liM] M Ian Ik. -ataH^n iba—Caatle Om Mi. M l—% %  1 1BMAaai %  fcddoa* Nul at llM Hum Bavall Eddva.. a*-. Ta m M CMW a Eddo %  T-IIKI. a* Ik* -Bull. B-*all FMalooa. I.r.1 varMU. 1 aSaW* im Ihd s H HANDBAOM lialk.i i.ai.dOagTWO lur tl llandbaa. with attouldar Hi%  ..lour. N "t. %  IS TON CANI 'ANT1 nver.i.i. R I Mn Darr IS4I 4*l .u. ..nd an 4> Dial 1 aaasdl wW rtan Oi 1JQIOK LICKNSK NOTICK ttir ,.p*li'aii'iu>i> v.nh ^. 1 "•*. %  t>,.„i n H .1. ol Dacinbar laal TM A IIAHPKR. Baq 1 %  rUkVIUS A KMi.HT %  H R ThiatwaMlkM i rrag >l a Lnw'f. .nap.* c -n If" da of D-."0-rr Its 14-Utra. • i b* into* al i % %  %  Magw rmtni: in l NM SESSION Ha*S.'>" tar Ihr rotirM al til I J| " iMttttr* lor In. MM.' ''• *-i Ilir HV ,., jiaiiy.rniwN' wig b* h.id -t m. P>>IW SK MM A .... I 1 inat-' JMh lM.mli-r ai II o'.barh a in Daird inM tin day rf IMcambi %  H |p UQI-OR UCKNtak %  MUON Tl-r^> f i-"•" "-i II*. l*""ii ^.aU.'. M ••.'!• % %  I "> LMRIOl I'.i-lor IM > %  >. IMI ftil Hi.I' MHdi-rl and lh1 l". -•' 1 uMilDill A on ThurdJOII DaSfintwr at tl I ialrd t">. ttri d... 'd Dr.. A %  .. ,;,!.!, 1.1 |u.l Wii\M "U tornall V. Maik tl,llr..ld A,^ I. Mill Qaws > %  Butal Datkl. "Uod rrl >ou inerr' |lrnll-nni Hlindi.rd. t, 1, *. 11 1 — . |. 1 i.l El..tri.,l 4 1111 W 11(11 OK Ml'llN'Si: StSSION I HBtaVrv gt* ..1.1-. u...t a anasa <.• %  ISM lor In. paiiatiaa M |g) Ai-lra MJII • hald tit Ih. Polic. Maoairala'a Court UlatrKI "" i.i. %  % %  li.1 am/ -I > ,. %  1., IBM J R DIWAHOB Poltr. fcl-stHt.la. DMtn. t % %  11.11 as i M.. . i.\ rs la ^ %  ia 1 dj %  %  1 11., . 1 . .. t a nil an %  l:-i:ll Hlltirni A IlinlbRl % %  -i--i ....1 P %  I IIAhHlBON* HAHDWABJE aTOH IT III II Sil.lS REAL ESTATE *.'A"' huaaifM aid. In cat •*"•• "* n Halph Ibranl LOWt I \ \v 1 is T(Hi Bo'b •* %  % % % %  A l*d Room. Bun lAina* 1 lulh and 4hov.fi' -in. lit" Kitchrn OwtMdg 1 1 ... a* lloon.. PUi Roo*. T..11 i Th. CWdrn, -re . 1 %  . rui ilarvsd Fo. Hum MIS or MOT i_U |il. I,,..... W* -llll have %  alting • l.i' Y0.1 rnaut* quicker d.Uvar* 1 by bookiiif in aa* pn Ca->lir ia ihcro brio.. d.liv.r) ll.iXllh II %  III I-.-. .1. ..in A.l—i.. I...1Tllnl It.w.f. 1 BMVl v...1.. I TVxi I. drMtl llungalos at.TW tB and Pour badroom U.ii.^.loM.B M %  anil wood mrntl'llin I.1 Ml lull daUil. rt... I— aa.n at K It -THAW MATS •...< %  > d..ln> lor b 11. !" at II B4 .... I II. AM tlltl I %  I'-all'lir KHAKI IIRIIJ IV in. ..( All Klwki Itnll. <;u-i..nlrM la.l 1 %  %  .1 .1 1 II .1 Ih-i-nunt ( %  1 ..Irani, purcha*. THANI 1U4CW IH, lAd. SUM I I van H.nitrd ituhh... TI lj.ru. MM Anu-il,-,,, I'la.tl. M CMda aaek Mi-irm Dr^ A II 61 An LTOaaal nsutUul IJIIII. %  .1 it al | % %  1 ...1.1 UIKl •sea miui lh.m dt :. lUl t %  %  %  U-.lhar in %  %  tunU M.ikrs a Una 1 and tMfi. Modarn IMaa* nh. I. Cr.iillnr LIQVOR LK'KNNE ftCMION lagBMBion Inr tha arantifg ol (se ih. i... 1 ..-.nt Ml bat M>I " %  i4 th. Pol.. B' "III b. 1 PeUcs fVi.n ... 11 aoih d.y ol Dtctmbtr IMI, I 11 a'Atei a m ri..trd UbM 3"". da I.ltll'fiR LICBNR SESSION I HlaUY ivuotwa thai a LHonaa lag Brulnn lot Ih. s>anlln ol CtrrttB. alr. lor In. %  n.ra.al td IIH Uf*na. lat Oi. pariah o( 111 Thoma. lll b. hald a m. PulK. C'tiwrl IHalrH-l "D" 01 rdlvndav th. IWh dav ol Prcafb IMI at llM a.m balrd Ihla 3rd day t.( r-H.ir.liM IMI J II EDWARD* %  %  IH.tilrt %  II I.UjrOK Ml NSr SKSKION I HBSIFTlY flv. nolle. Ihal a lAcanalng laaautn AMIn. oaniuig ol CarlUk-aWa 1 %  1 %  h p-ruli ol St Jam.* -ill ba h.1.1 at %  %  1 Prfctay Ih. Hit d-) ol IH-r^iixr IMI Dated thi. Jid gaj ui %  M ., ..I,.I. t II, %  %  '..,. %  %  Blrabolgi nf**e' thC BlM Canal indciliuielv. Arc tra pkuTjaj 1 thla unomdal and illcjpil blockade to ba ; on*" Reading replied that British uthorities In Egypt are only <**it ising such control as i ncccsarv to ensure the mpply i' lli.tish forces in the Canal Zow —r.i NEW UNION MAY BE DISSOLVED In Jtimaicti MNOatTUM JV.. IHK. %  %  ,.[ ;...' N tiunal Furty toi.v called upon Tl.ossy Kelly and .. barva broken m the Trade Union Con|g in w piirty. In give bsiurancen that they would disaolva ItHnew union, tha fi •tmn Df which li conlrjry to P.H.P I'tilicy. The diadlnn' for a reply l Saturday. nil pawl will result in rhurge* against tliem •rhtCh might and ttMU expull'>n from Ihe party. ~(CP> ainaiapaa d rntn il. iBurharMi. mulr .imimrri 1 Lamb Nlaaela. aa.. AOV. MrHil. .pnrin^n — Mr. %  tl Lord. it,,. Ill Mt..-11........ Warb urk In t-i.ir. lomprl-Dia II. J W Ch-iullar. Y.n.. Y I 11a. ..,,1. .. naat ...i an HouMlald Putnla. %  II. Maitll.-. St Martin'. Bo>.' Albatl IMI Or. .• ach-.l Marbri IU.b. %  ehool. Two Hrsw B*ah.u Mr. %  artaaa* Panry Ba.b.i-St Marlln'i Oirl*' Scbaal. „ Brooma or Bniihaa l*aSa Oiit.-h B-.y.' Brhaol Hal m ad. Irom locally irown malarial rd Cla. LssaMjaM Arli'l.. .||l..Ai A I Plovnrr Pnt. A IMvawiu* n 1 (i.iaiat. — A. Drvaniah Ilii Y.nw. Orlantal-tt Iba —lUf-rWId Plan UII0.I Ynma. Hunt Iba—Planar PMl Plantation GABDES VEOCTABUM th. rabiutli.t I hail %  SrH-j.1 bSV Mi.rO BM houihiHtp Box .. 44. *i %  ml. Lua< %  -.. aa*MM %  Bagi ai tit rjatsM K. I I tk H < a aniv Beuihbora |to. .i> ....IH. • Luk*'. Bov. iBBf Baaaai l.tk. .n. V.,tl,l.,l., it V not pur M !" il> Boiithbwro BOM >lb,b> M.l Ml*.1 %  aaaa, %  %  .1 ,il. bultt aaw r gBJ %  M. ai \" M O ra t ilBf %  Phmr A r V %  f i 1. ">•• I. ArM I...a-.. *l ih. Baaatta t..r Ubt !>: '<1>' d> OB asute a SHIPPING NOTICES Bark— IV — 1 1 ii" 1 Itllr.k .. .;,%  Ika .-,. ir.y Hold-' 1 1,1..-. It. dj I! %  Booti or Bhoaa — Snsaa H YasiManulaclurad Lncallv — Ldon HE I r-i. Mi Earn, i" tmn and ndA .ar. Mr A. Marahsll Roar. 1 SdAv d undar 1 >••> %  Mr r.mfl.lil Lynch. ran and und.r >aar> isyn*V... 8 .....nlral an -Mr Au.Un U>n< At.-. • monlh. an. Arrowroot—B lb. -E. W. Bralhu ArtacholtM—A IM -Oat.'d Butm BaatrooiII onl—Odord Buoaf. mrr.. 11 enlv-MT* Mayan Caullrlow.r 1 only—E. W Bnlhv.allr Ctl.rr-d onlr—VraulB Bmllh Chiv 1 Iba Erdialon ColWs. ChHrtophIr-II %  1 .. ,I. Un J I. Chandler E*0| Planl—A Wln.itin Sn.ilh .;,.. 1 iiEnlj*n ft. 1 OHven. (r—hlv rnapml-t Ma Clotd %  '.!>—. Kbol B-I.I -d onl>-E W. ni.thv.jtt aly i.ada-P. M. M 1.1. Obiaa—U WII>-ABJII Y.arwood. 11 W. Rrathtaait.. BSaasa-t W Brathwall. P aaa i n tw—t— II onlyE. W. AJi.. Pulaa— Itrati, In pod IBI tMits, Buah Urns—5 Iba—E. W %  rut hw.it. ib. BOBIM, CiimMn* Lima-J Iba.Glllord Clarh. ic. Baar.a. Stnna i lb. Aaior. MOMUIII. Al .ISA1JA NtW CEAIAND LINK. IJMITIb IM A M E Uiil S "PORT Alin-Aim-" la %  !. %  .!. utrd to MU from HaAtait Saptombrr U4h | M.lboum. Ociob.i AUi. Bydnry Ocmbrr 1. CladiUMvr Ociobar lllh. Pott 1* Ortobtr Klh. BrlibAR. Otlcbar ). arriving, al Trinidad about and ...nb.r and Barbadua aboul Dl C aMk aT Bftttth Guiana. Lv*ard snd Windward lilanda ror hirlhar ^aitl.MiIar. apply — PUHHtSS. WrTHV Al Co Ltd. TBLNIDAD B.W I. D.COBTA Co Lid BAIULMXM •v a/i. iva. Piston lba.-aln J \\ AORit ii.Ti ar -t a \t CAM; 1 la.. I .41 1 pod. Btaek-.-y.-t IM.—Aaron onlv—0.l.nd Butler. >^irrl lb! E W Bralhwall* -Hh flow.ra—M only ITurnii19 only Enuyal W AJMpnaj, -11. I\I. pBAgga A Pr.p.1 1. th.Aatteullural socl.ty. lo ih. .1 r obuininf Ih. euinl nu m bsr gCM V.s*l-blr Claaa. llr.ll.--il* A Spn-utl PrU. ol a Caa. ol Sllvs. 1 prassntrd by Mia BNcri• Hi ..nd *t KillTha M V **Man.k*" will aeeap* Careo and Paaatnam for Dominica. Antlsun, MciUntab Navl. and Bl Kit.. TaU M %  Th. M V Dartwood -1 ISO and P.. Aruba „...,! ka U V. 1 Vin ill accapl lor St. -1 H lONatB OWm 113 AMI:" %  T.lt AMT. // pus tit ADvamat ^Mco^^^^^Co. NEW YOUIt SEKVICi: Movenibse— artlvaa Barhad.i ariivra llarbadoi NEW OKIJANS SERVICE -OCEAN ItANOERBaUad Tth Nov .-nr. amvss B'doa MUi N01 5lh Dncriil*. IMI. tort* 1 iui i.,.nii.ii. IMI Mrbado* lAlh InH^niLor lAM. CANADIAN SERVILE Ma.iUt.l •ALCOA POIHTIfl-' .. atth N AIA-OA PEGAtUSAirOA Pl^NTERn UBBMI HO ""* s -"* **"" ** RORERT TII11M LTD. — NEW YORK AND CVLF ^IIIVU'E APPLY!—DA COSTA 4% CO.. LTD—CANADIAN KERVICR In Touch With Barbadoa Coatal Station I ddg f"i:t l-miip and St John will b* S.ld ..t Hi* pointMi.a-i.ti.t. Couii Dl.lrl.'t t_ on Wt4in.-Hi.iv ih. mi* day of Uaosmaa* IMi A W IIAHI'EK Ac PotbM MStTbHralS. tltSI An LIQIOK UCaWBB NOTICK. %  1 Ikm. Wnrbta "%  (iiiii. Ml I'lttllP. I..r p ...II Spirit. ai %  w-u ml %  aivsnlaa iboo MAachadl I l-hiiip Datnl Ihla ath day of Dt.rn.l-r IMI rtAvus A KH10H1 for Ap|ilM-anl T.. A W HAMPER. r*| I'i'k.. M...ll-t.Ill.t. ~C". Thi. -ppi-.i..... -1.1 i.i.riMinn lrn.it to h. hald al \. ., . day ol I>camb.-r IMI at II wk. am A W. IIAHl'KK. Police UasiaUata. Dial. C". FYFFES LINE The T.S.S. "GOLFITO" will ;imve from Southampton on Monday. HUh Deremhar. ul K a.m. End WK -ul,,!thp sume day for Trinidad. There is ample acconiiniMlalioii available for Trinidad also for the Uniled lUngdaMR Ml HMIi Detember, 1951, A FINE GIFT FOB THE SMOKER a ARDATH CORK IIP CIGARETTES Tins ul 30 al SUc. Krdiiiiil triini 11,44 In clear a KNIGHT'S DRUG STORES WILKINSON & HAYNF.S ((>.. LTD. Agents. UOIMHI IIIOM MMIIKU PLANTATIONS Bl'U-DINO nwlii HROAP STREET Psosenirr s^les Agents for: TraM-Canada Airlines B.O.A.C and B.W.I.A Alcoa Sleamalitp Cmp*Bj Telephone No: 4466 30.11 M -T.F.N. IOHNSON s -,| VIIUMKt and HARDWARE I,-..........,,,....,,....... Whether you . FURNISH l.n Sl|..-|ito|. talillg VVlMhinr. or llapls> • Panto UtW (hri-liii-s Htf MONI t MI IM. H \^ L. S. WILSON Sl'llt AiT. Thr apMlratton of Atanaa Mill M John, for P-nt ii. M.lt l^i.4H Arc aliap .Hath DM ... iMngltdi r. .1 IJ.U Hill I Ihla Mh i Ik." %  lor Applicant i vr.n | i -.| ci g M i>.. Ollll V I %I SOI VIVIIIS (t'R IOrl t.NTIQl'ES. JEWELS. CARVINGS I'MIIKOIHI r II I I. IMAM'S Pr. WBB. Hrr. Si. H DUI 24M PILLSBURY CHAMPION XX X X 24% MIXED DAIRY FEED OBTAINABLE SOON Frnm :— WILKINSON & HAYNES CO.. LTD. PLANTATIONS LTD. MANNING & CO GENERAL TRADERS LTD. K A. DANIEL H. A. UULSTONE JOHNSON & REDMAN LTD. HAROLD PROVERBS X CO. LTD. STUART & SAMPSON LTD. jAs A nisoa & co. BARBADOS CO Of OOTTON KCTY. LTD. C C KIN<; 8 I COl.E &• CO LTD Al.l.KYNE ARTHUR & %  CO.. LTD. ASHBV ii MBDKRD LTD, s H CBaBSMAM i PBBKIN8 m CO. LTD I „r kbjbMl jt.lbj milllb l r.M>nhlc IMca — rn.LSBl KY—.i i .tions BaUncnl lr.4. —..— Qu.llly Pro.cd Pr.Klu..I III -" 3 WESTERN THRILLERS OUTLAW VALLEY By PETER FIELD AM) MAVERICK RANGE By ARCHIE JOSCELYN O.V Vlf.f-; AT ADVOCATE STATIONERY


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Students, Police Clash In Cairo As Schools Strike .POI.Hi: SHOW CAIRO. I),, I M i ting Mudcata and work* i 1 Brituh ud Egyptian K un bank--. ...... i rttd killed or inj.iuii Ti polio .na dkpor—d Ihr sludenls and w %  Btl-Brlludi dpm..n.siratton. .._ UJN. Troops Kill 132 Guerillas I IX, I %  %  %  %  lowly up the fl. : %  i %  Uw'lUfjMBJl m Army's rive day olu nt Due This Week %  %  oa i the n*w i i %  %  ,.. |. I i %  %  an by He. Parr 1 -idem el waak. He %  %  i e bom; ms engag%  %  Colonies to obtain the necessary %  M Thoroayi *Vi gnawa i will ba iwaltad with great Interest A rec nt itatonaaU that Cabinet was riving serlou* consideration to the problem of raising colonial production led it 'peculation that G'. i would shortly announce a scrv fur glvmg priority to I %  capital equipment to the rolonla 1 T if P Moard < Trade, howevei. is unlila in a position vit 2,000 Believed Dead In Eruption \ VILLAGE WIPED • PARIS, Dec. 5. Big Etui Powon bald th. I rat United Nation.* Disraiders %  "%  *£"*H %  %  '' '' ; woua lad but ua B U un i o?Jii. A,l aT mbl ^!. Pn Z M >".\ '"' %  ""nmuniqued they left behind Padllla Nervo. described the m undetermined num. iion a-vei >• mnaaiiMi Ai %  very >,iu, ^ of CommuriU deild a] lh „ the Ilig rour delegate .. i uiiardad line'' l Ml will, Ihelr ..Ik-, •..-'"£ %  Jr"2S*2a • ,„ I . %  .1 era| UN. attitude to. Official reports did not mention taranca waa slightly more bopaful ^LSTiPSSS ,nd ' Un £ ,hc a* a raaull erf m %  nwimiil vat. marines did not complete the rms... M.me niin,:; poTCta" .•* They had blasted the north Hut It appeared more and mom •,•''. "T*! railway tunnel in a certain -ponded lea %  ,mt1 "'" hit and run raid on Sundnv it the moat that mlgntj nlghl^a ^Jr'. be gained from the 10-day parb-v would ba •< Ruaatan agreement to join tba ti' 11 %  at *''niiITUaaton propiwed by the West. any hopes thai Oovan ment may bortlV adopl deflnlte| measutes for securing larger steel .<; | lb) % %  %  istrles en-1 gagad In airport t.> tna co l e n laa rurtnar to-day whan n was offlcijilly announce.! Ihut mcreaslng difficulties in maintnlntl r list !"• .intii-ipated ;*' a direct result of metal shortages'] that in %  number of cases previous estimates of exports have fallen ahOTl I expectations for this reason. Firm.. were encountering dlnVul'ii —mrlllgj steel (Or maintenance • i plant rep.ii I have been as^. rat T that when a general BllOCatlon scheme (or steel comes inn operation early next year, tba Colonial Office will continue Id ii the interests of colonial steel users. In addition the Colonial Ofnee is considering tlM Bible mean* of stepping up %  i n'lt.ii aojuipaMM to domes Morr Callh Of lli^h Larva**Stolen Standard At Exhiliilion From li.G. Laboratory THE tnehui : %  duatnol Bxl ibition i ui icultuu] SOCK I I ] %  %  Althou Ihoi w.'inclcmeni up la Iha Iwi nreek-end. and sceminxb pi eccption Coi th< %  i • i %  it H REMANDED Reds /mild More Airfields In Koreu KINGSTON. Jamaica. Dee. 5. The Minister for Education. Malcolm, appeared before the Court in Spanish Town, to-day, charged with conspiracy to defraud In connection with Cairn workers tickets, and Mas ren.aimed until December 18 on ball. His Wilt Helen Malcolm, Victor Graham and Hubert Harris, were charged jointly with creating a public mischief i n conspiring to defraud. They were, also remaniked on ball, until the same date CommuEAST CBNTRAL FRONT. Dec. a Communist Ughtcis and bomber* t'HinlalMay Affrt I Truiium In '92 By CAROL UPTWOBTOI WASHINGTON. Dec. S Nalion-Aioe inten-st ,n laa %  cl by the HOUM iUB| Convnlttaa h %  t caused .speculation m psUUeal are, regarding %  to %  Cabinet Most speculation about has centred on the Attorney Genei.ii J. Howard McGrath. There an a few tiat pn t(..,t ha WOtlld eitra i resign or b fired a* Ihe "whipping boy" for the Democratic Partv In this instance The sc nulal is expected to h.i\repercussions on the DantOCratk Party's Presidential chances of 1952. McGrath could be OtTl ft a "sacriflee'' to the appeasemT.t of public indignation OVd tta situation, bacauig the proaacutlon of tax fraud billty of his department, although the actual collection of taxes in • |: lace was the duty of the Treasury Department. —U.P. \orial Jet ll.iMI.* HafagWI For .'{."> Mins. Jth AWOflCI H Q Korea, Dec. i L'nited Nations jet planes knocked ihWB M1G 15's to-day, and i vc Ruaatan-buili tie |U.h day of i. One of the aerial DghU 3."i minutaa, aquaO n.r light of the K< %  one i clash for as long as 35 minute—IP Thi ra i tthibita m %  %  highest qualit. The ba tha pUnUng tune fur the I and in "i %  iting. in the eattte, abaap, %  yaai almost out of all pfOBOft The ana I.ivesi.KK Si..,!:. ; _.,.J .: . .._ Agrlcullum tl i uDparent in the slse and quality of the livestock. IlmShow Thiteviv.J of tha D WM certainly the hlgj yaatarday*! show. %  %  %  %  %  Exl • hi I %  Ihe khOM %  %  %  %  With the Otl His B for an he tr liltlir.il s There \' on |age 3 V i • %  ! > n>tn rnnii uln iti red luu at Ihelr li ti HI (he iemit >|M-M id hot <. ilher I. aM ktlO.au. t nur 1 1mlrdiulion la neeeoin la iwaH UM hand PICJ*.brlng or %  end omr donallwi ,. Hi. vi,,.. ,i. oiin I 1 II %  RED TRUCE TEAM BLOCKS TALKS ON PRISONERS rowis i %  %  I throw u 'out for the Bircst oi parpatratoi %  %  %  I i IIICI I ; %  %  I V i i ran i in* pa %  ken I trol 'nil. rpi demle, although f i 1 i I .1 tat in . .i load tha malaria rarrii IIW %  linn i with I) I) I He I | %  %  %  ty and i Petrol Tanks Burnt Out L> a t "i 1 Subr; beei MM.. I I TRENTON, Mi-lngai. Davai M and oil reilnnig tank baVa up OT burred. ghooUnc sportai i flame hut %  i % %  i.ili -if No ono WM ui)urad of reaction blast* and ''* n %  nod opan i r % %  list irn %  %  K i %  i a a iubo wun i tt aa n IUJ if thaj afoul) I inknown Plane HHa Mcuiiiain Rldga I WTA1 %  I %  l \ ... %  he chain''-'. n. had g|v-| %  %  .. %  %  SHOCKED LONDON. I>' The corn Irade news said thai was "shocked" at the Argentine Government's commercial estimate of n wheat nop of 3.Wm this year It explained, "while we %  ,>ositiiin to I*bail, we did not quiii' raauaa it was as bad as this. The in.i I by our own advisers was that %  harvast of 4.000.000 tons wa* p.lle ., |. %  -• % %  -.. %  '• %  eX|N I .tier, —11. P. [Web Paris Plan Election Caunpalga • %  %  %  %  int the ra>inatati %  %  On Pre! %  %  %  I munist ati Whan Do I t.rv Mean? • i-iing iry%  • %  %  vising .ai half the %  %  %  f" l-ehii. %  en,Ion. %  ... %  nu %  %  that he saw %  %  %  %  %  %  %  ubbli %  '' '.'i be saved. K • I in %  H %  i I i 23 Sea Cadets Killed B) Bin 1 Injured < HATRAM KJ The Mayoral ball, %  a thraa Kani %  n Britain') •%  toad disaster last n.ghl. Nbl \ .-. boraa many night I. said: %  ". doch i v,l to %  %  MJ the %  B i ill i %  %  i ... i. %  T %  I l> /. il !s imlri-N %  Lai and %  %  noo %  1 'II ken ling to %  I I %  •„ % %  % %  %  "-;"""* %  10 u. is sailors. wept thag halpad • if! the %  %  %  at imataui i-ixnn % %  hu< was 57Jol n Wiiii... %  ilnad Phillppin ft in f. %  ..I thi ' Manila. S. i.l %  ,.( |>I|H (I -' %  •'' '-. burst Into '';•'" '"' %  ,i paopfto wara iK. %  %  i • is. then aaatha %  bOkbad flamin. I IStepinuc f 'reeii LONDON i'" in.' official Yuaoal raauatg I OIJ,|. said, "thla daelaloo h Kraj i !... on PunlUva lot i i Corracl 4< It was sl.ite-l thai lii • %  %  Btapin %  Ml I,, %  i r Idant and i;ht t.. IHMI with shock. was with the Bus Company aboql 40 years. i that the bus 'i ial speed", wtest awdalaiilv iiammad on brakes—but too %  long a poorly lighted rood, usparitllng lights, it was fy||i „K down hill. c.p. v.r. Eight Killed • AIMO. Dec. 5 ml that nght dnad ind %  .i i p THE ADVOCATE PATS FOR \ I \\ s DIAL — run DAY OB N1GD1 %  %  A plane fion, U l i 17. A r B %  %  %  Kon Lfomia I %  %  —t'.r. A. ron lutii Adml it France Lags Behind In '51 Defence Quota TOP -Tarnbio Turk'. Bull Mlacted th bst exhibit on aliow. BOTTOM—Mr. D W Wilaa' Alsatian -*uan was tba hast bitch on show. Joba BladoD, won tars* prizes Bhc li> I l)U Mill M. KfH'Ki pAua It hat. been letrncd tl will fall far ahari %  "ar, and . %  • at to make %  %  • gments ///// '/" ft v/ /////