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“frazzle of crushed ice.”

of the twin cities of St. Paul and

golden eggs has been discovered
at Huelva, Spain, _It had laid two

exes With 25-peseto coins in
yolks when these owners decided

have’ discovered a secret hoard
of the coins nearby.

School boys and girls of Los An-
geles do not know is apparently
plenty. 18% of the 11,000 officially
questioned did not know how many

could not answer simple arithmet-

tell the time.

previously unknown has been un-
earthed
Hill, South Australia.
Prime Minister and 40 Members
of Parliament are to inspect the
find.

birds for New Zealand sportsmen,
Canadian geese are now on the
list of destructive unwanted pests.
New Zealanders_prefer ducks and
pheasants to the high-flying, hard-
to-shoot geese,

five are calculated to eat as much
grass aS One sheep.

fully operated on in Bologna for

over three hours to bind the beast

to a circus.

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ESTABLISHED 1895



RED BID TO OUST ¢

As U.N. Members
Stage ‘Wild Fight’
ON ASSEMBLY FLOOR

PARIS, Dec. 7.
The United Nations General Assembly smothered a new

Soviet bloc move to oust Chinese Nationalists, touching off

one of the wildest fioor fights in the U.N.’s history.

The Soviet bloc move was quickly voted down 39 to seven
with four abstentions. At this point, the Soviet delegates
Jacob Malik and his two Communist colleagues—one of them
a shouting lady delegate from Czechoslovakia -opened a
determined effort to get the floor and explain their vote.



From All Quarters :

The Flasher
Tells Speed

Berlin: Motorists exceeding
the speed limit in Berlin will be
revealed to the police by a col-
oured light flashing from the car
roof, if a new invention is made
eompulsory. Connected to the
speedometer, the roof light
switches itself on when the car
exceeds the speed limit — in Ber-
lin, 25 m.p.h.

Copenhagen: British and Danish
pilots, descending on the island of
Silt during air manoeuvres, for
coffee, found that cream was
missing. A Danish jet pilot
offered to fly his plane to Karup



is carrying on

—was equally determined.

Jebb called for a rapid vote on
whether the Assembly wanted to
move on to the next item, and was
supported, Malik persisted. Then
the Polish delegate, Julius Katz
Suchy, a veteran of many. floor
fights took up the cudgels, He was
followed by the Czech Foreign
Under-Secretary G. Sekanova Car-
tova, who reaped much publicity
as a result of her speeches at the
Japanese Treaty Conference at
San Francisco.

In fact, the whole brief com-
motion was reminiscent of a sim-
ilar squabble at the Japanese
Treaty session, when the Secretary
of State Dean Acheson took the
floor away from the furious and
wildly gesticulating Pole, Stefan
Wierblowski, Like Acheson, Jebb
ended matters by merely calling on
a non-Soviet delegate to take the
floor,

airport in mid-Jutland, if the Sequence Of Events
RAF supplied fuel. They did.| The fast moving sequence of

Twenty minutes later the Danish
pilot was back with the cream.

New York: For the first time on
record, a 5-mile stretch of the
Mississippi river has become a
Normal-
ly, when it freezes, a sheet of
ice forms across the river but the
water continues to flow freely
beneath this, Owing to the
phenomenon, the power turbines

events ran like this:

The first item before the Assem-
bly was the report of the seven
member Credentials Committee of
which Byelo-Russia was a member.
That Committee reported that it
had approved of the credentials of
all the delegations.

But it noted that Byelo-Russia had
been on the short end of a six to
one decision to support Chinese’
Nationalists. To drive home his













aan may give out at any Kisselev, had put forward a res-

. olution for Assembly action, call-

ing for the ousting of representa-

tives of the Kuomintang—Kaise
Government,

Jebb explained that the Assem-

bly last month had voted to ban

Madrid: A goose which laid

; for a duration any new proposals
ae Po Se ee ik i to expel the Nationalists. But
supposed that the goose must] ©@ther thani squelch the new move,

he was willing to consider a reso-
lution to reconsider the ban voted
last night.

The Fireworks Start

Finally, the United States dele-
gate, Ernest A. Gross argued that
there was no reason to lift the ban
on “oust the Nationalists” moves,
because Chinese Reds were still en-
gaging in aggression against the
And 3% could not \U.N,

Then the fireworks started.

Malik tried to get the floor on
a point of order, But Jebb would
have none of it. The Britisher
finaly won out by asking the
Assembly to vote whether it wan*-
ed to hear Malik and it did not
—by a vote of 20 seven with 20
abstentions.

Jebb finally asked the full As-
sembly whether it wanted to move
on to the Balkan item and again
he was supported 21 to six with
10 abstentions.

Washingtom; What the High

months there are in a year, 9%

ical questions.

Sydmey: Uranium ore of a type
54 miles from Radium
The State

Wellington: Introduced as game

Canadian geese

A Customary Move
are the only birds that graze and

It was at this point with the
Soviet trio, still fighting for the
floor—that Jebb called on Sevilla
Sacasa who was a rapporteur of the
special Political Committee that
handled the Balkan issue,

The Assembly, in a move that
has become customary for the
last couple of years, voted to act
without repetition of the full de-
bate that had been heard in Com-
mittee.

Rome; An untamed brown bear
from the Carpathian Mountains
weighing: 70st. has been success-

a tumour on the liver. It took

safely; the operation lasted only
half-an-hour. The bear belongs
@ On page 7.

Less Than Half U.S. War.
Prisoners May Come Back

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 7.
A Communist newsman suggested that fewer than 5,000
Americans may come back from Communist captivity in
Korea. Communists, so far, have disclosed the names of only
174 American war prisoners. However, the United States
Defence Department says that 10,865 Americans are missing
in Korea. “On the basis of any war,” said Chu Chipong Chip-
ing, a newsman from Communist China, “you can expect

g,
less than half the missing to turn up as prisoners.”
General Ridgway also said that ——— -—— +

i j ics r h nan :
5,000. of “the icmoaha ieee ‘* Adenauer Pledges
To Repair Damage

missing in action, may be found
alive in Communist prison camps.
Done To Jews
LONDON, Dec. 7,

However, Ridgway based his
estimate on what he said was
evidence, indicating that mdre
than 5,000 American prisoners

Konrad Adenauer, West Ger-
man Chancellor, answering ques-
tions after a speech at a luncheon
of the Foreign Press Association

have died in Communist atroci-
said the Federal Government con-

ties.
He put United Nations troops
sidered it an ethical and moral
duty to repair the damage and

deaths altogether from Commu-
nist atrocitiés at nearly 6,000.

injustice done to Jewry by the
National Socialist regime.

Chu, who is covering the armis-
tice conference here, reported
that the Communists have com-
pleted the paper work, listing
war prisoners.

But he indicated that the Reds
were holding back information
in an attempt to win further
concessions at the truce talks.

He said that most U.N. prison- |

the recent declaration made in the
Bundestag in Bonn on the sub-
ject was ‘enough and what other

ers were being held in Far) measures he contemplated to bet-
Northern Korea, He said that the! ter German-Israeli relations

feds have issued coats to the} :
prisoners with the arrival of The Chancellor replied that
freezing weather. He added,| wrongs done to the Jews by the
“not very good coats, but as|Nazis is heavy moral burden for
good as we have ourselves.” the German people.

—UP.

But the Assembly's Vice-Presi-
dent, Sir Gladwyn Jebb—sitting
for President Padilla Nervo, who
his private talks
with individual Big Four members

point the Byelo-Russian, K. v.|



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Adenauer asked whether he felt |



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RAE OUT caught in slips by Tan
Johnson, bowled hy W. Johnston

| during the Second Test Match at

Sydney cricket ground on $0.11,61.
—Consolidated Press Photo,

Reject New |
‘U.N. Inspection
Programme

PANMUNJOM, Korea Dec. 7.
The United Nations have pro-
posed a new truce Inspection
Programme, and in an abrupt
about race promised to discuss
the withdrawal of troops from)
Korea later in the armistice talks. |
The Communists tentatively
rejected the Three Point U.N, in-|
spection Programme at the truce
Subcommittee, but agreed to study
it further, The Reds also side-
stepped at least three new separate |
moves for an answer to the Allied |
request for the appointment of a}
second Subcommittee to begin the|
immediate discussion of the ex-|
change of war prisoners, }
The U.N. delegation presented |
this new truce Inspection pro-|
gramme at the afternoon session: |

The Armistice Commission and |
joint observation teams ghall |
have authority to observe that!
ground, sea and air ports of}
entry, and communications
throughout all of Korea are as



mutually agreed” to by the two
delegations together, with free-|
dom for the above teams over;

the principal lines of communi-
cation throughout all of Korea.

2. “The Armistice Commission
shall thave the right of joint
aerial observation and photo-
graphing over all of Korea.

3. The Armistice Commission |
shall have the right of the com-|
plete observation of the demili-!
tarized (buffer) zone.

The Communists rejected the
programme on the grounds that
it merely was a re-statement of!
previous U.N. proposals ‘

—U.P.;



Cannon Can Fire |
Atomic Shells |

WASHINGTON, Dec, 7

The United States Army has}
perfected a cannon to fire atomic)
artillery shells, which, according |
to Army Chief of Staff, General J.!
Lawton Collins, will be ready for
battlefield use ‘in the not too dis-
tant future.’ He indicated that
the:shells may be the United States







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RAE CAUGHT

Peace Negotiations

By FRANK H. BARTHOLMEW

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7
Every General command ng
with whom this correspondent
doubt that a workable ceasefire
Reds by negotiation,
There is a similar uniformity of opinion
hard and fast starid of General Ridgway
tiating team in support of the basic |
the U.S. entered the Korean conflict.

cmnininaeeyecoennadenabcsioaatenbocumeiome ne

talked recently, expressed
can be attained with the

upholding the
and the U.N. nego-
principles for which

| oe ie Opinion exists as to
; whether the peace talks them-
Advocate Selves have been worthwhile. One

substantial sehool of thought con-
tends that the war will eventu-

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Command ers Doubt |

U. Nations, Reds Settle Boundaries

PANMUNJOM, Korea,
Dec. 7.
United Nations and Com-
munist Liaison officers agreed
on the boundaries of a condi-

tional demilitarized buffer
zone, stretching 145 miles
jacross Korea. The agreement

scheduled to be signed by
the staff officers of both sides
jat 8.00 p.m. on Saturday,
It will into effect on

|December 27 if the rest of the

go

irmistice has been agreed
jupon by then.

Staff officers have been

working over maps_ since

decided upon. At times they
were in session until 4.00 a.m,

The zone
miles wide
either side
demareation
width

terrain

is roughly

1i miles
of the
line —

owing

23
on
ceasefire
but the

to

varies

the



November 27, when a provi-
sional ceasefire line was

Heavy Rains
Batter Cairo

!

CAIRO,
Heavy rains have
Caird’s

cally

communications, Practi-
no telephones are working
Tram bus services have been
greatly curtailed and water is
still lying several inches deep in
some parts of the city.

Air services
suspended
morning,

from Cairo
night,

were
last this

they

but

were reported

Dec, 7
dislocated

[have been resumed, Weather ex-«

perts say that the rainfall which

was accompanied by a_ violent
thunderstorm last night, was
one of the worst that Cairo ever

expenienced,
U.P.

Full Membership
In U.N. For Italy
Suggested

PARIS, Dae. .7,
Nations
54 to



The United

Assembly voted five with

one abstention Friday to instruct] tell
Italy
| than it was in 1936,

the Security Council to

admit
Italy to full membership,

The Soviet Union in the past]
used the Security Council veto to
block Italian membership and

| Ase the Soviet bloc opposed the

CZECHOSLOVAKIA’S President, Klement Gottwald, |
said that R. Slansky, the ex-Secretary General of Czecho-
slovakia’s Communist Party, was arrested while preparing
to escape to the West, “with the aid of agents of the West-

Gottwald made this disclosure in a major speech at
the meeting of the Party’s Central Committee.
Same time, he said that Slansky, who was arrested on
20, had been expelled from the Party and all

Assembly resolution it appeared
she would continue to do so.
Sponsors of the Assembly reso-
lution argued that Italy already
is a non-voting member of the
Trusteeship Council—she admin-

»P se C , rishe
istered Somaliland for the United | te ore eaten
frontline divisions in Korea | Nations and should be given full| !@¢ died from wounds receive

membership
too,

so she could vote

Red MIG 15's
Remain North
Of Yalu River

5TH AIR FORCE ILQ.,
Korea, Dec, 7 |
|



Communist planes remained
north of the Yalu today, ending
the longest streak of the Korean|
war in which many Red planes!
had been knocked out of the skies. |

For the first time in |
the Russian-built
which have

12 day
MIG 15 jets,|
swarmed south of the
Yalu, like so many wasps,}|
lurked within their Manchurian |
sanctuary, \
The operational summary to 6.00
p.m, said that tactical aircraft of
the Fifth Air Force flew 103 effec-
tive sorties through low-hanging
clouds and rainstorms.—W.P.

“Czechoslovakia Will Not |
Be Another Yugoslavia”
Premier Gottwald

VIENNA, Dec, 7. |

At the

Jarmilataussigova Tausigova,
his “accomplice” and a member
of the Central Committee had
also been arrested and expelled
from the Party on charges of
aiding Slansky in his attempt to



overthrow the Comrnunist re-
gime.
Gottwald’s speech, made to

the Central Committee yesterday, !






I lla Neryvo of Mexico in a last was broadcast at noon today in|
answer to Russia's superior mili- ditch ¢ ipt to break the Big!place of the regular newscast. |
| tary manpower, $6M APPROVED FOR Four Disarmament deadlock. (Gottwald said thst t? “liquida-|
| Along with other tactical atomi ‘ Western powers reacted to|\tion of agents in the Party has
arma’ felag’ Gepeiapen, he BUILDING SCHEMES gg gale. Bid | dead ar ir hs 5
that they will greatly enhance , Our Owr onde k compromi “memoran-~}§ akia will not be another}
j the power of defence” and “al KINGS'PON, J’ca., Dec contained but believ-; Yugoslavia.” He also announced
iwill be powerful offer The Briti Colon ecret ed that he w trying to get the/|th 1 new Central Control Com-
| weapons.” ha approved the expenditur iB Four to ree to establish al ission for the Party has been
The General made it clear that; more than $6,000,000 buil 2-natic irmament commis-|established, and that two new
only the atomic cannon—not the| schemes following extensive d m with the broadest possible|members had been appointed to
shell—has been proved in field| age throughout the island ¢ jterms of reference. the Politburo.
—U.P.| tests. —U.P, jby the recent hurricane—0o,P. —U.P. —U.P.

turned down.





U.K. Army Demolish
Egyptian Houses

—TO BUILD “SAFE” ROAD

CANAL ZONE, Dec. 7.

The British army turned down Friday night a second re-

quest by the Egyptian authorities to delay demolition of

several Egyptian houses near the scene of clashes in the

Suez early this week. :

The British announced earlier that houses were being bull-

dozed out of the way on Saturday to make space for the

new “safe” road that the army is driving through to a

virtually isolated water filtration plant.

Plant supplies enter the British }-—--———— -
Suez garrisqdn with water and
also pumps water to ships docked
at Abadia. The British said they
hoped that by using the new road
they would avoid populated dis-
tricts and thus lessen the risks of
future clashes.

U.N. Kill
175 Reds

8TH ARMY H.Q., Korea, Dec, 7

United Nations troops captured
one advance hill position on the
Western front but lost another ta
the Reds farther east,

An Eighth Army communique
Said that three Communist squads
drove back a U.N, patrol in a 20-
minute fight in No Man’s Land,
south-east of Pyongyang on the
Central Front.

However, the Allies counter-
attacked and captured an advance
hill position. Farther east, Com-
munist units up to two plateons in
strength, struck shortly after mid-
night at five U.N. advance posi-
tions. The attackers were repulsed
at four points, but the Allies with-

















Delay

The Egyptian Governor of the
Suez asked for a delay when he
met Brigadier Walter Greenacre,
Commander of British troops in
the Suez area on the send off of
“aperation bulldozer.”

The Governor said he wanted
time to refer the matter to Cairo.
Greenacre refused. The Governor
asked for one week’s delay on
Thursday in order to allow time
for him to “negotiate” with the
British This request was also

A British spokesman said that



Egyptian householders would be drew at the fifth—wU.P.
paid compensation for their de-
molished houses He did not
reveal the proposed rate of corm-

Tories Claiming
Credit For Nation’s

Health Service

By JACK FOX
LONDON, Dec. 7

pensation.-U.P.

Italy Faced With
Over-Population



By ROGER TARTARAN Winston Churchill and his Con-
’ a servatives are so in favour of the
“Births: 50, ae a 4) National Health Service that gives
Every day these statistics, or}|!’ee medical care to every Briton,
one similar to them, appear in]}that they claim credit for it, That
a Rome newspaper. is the answer to anyone who
Although the figures apply} thinks Conservative Churchill will
‘only to the capital city, they}reverse socialised medicine in
demonstrate dramatically Italy’s | Britain,
increasingly serious problem of Since 19498, it has become an
over population. The new census} integral part of British life and
completed last month . placed| pot even Churchill would dare
Italy's present population at}reverse it even if he wanted to.

General | over

i

‘

formed the Police that the meet-
ing had been cancelled.

who

47,220,000-—-an increase of 4,426,000
the 1938 tabulation
But even those figures fail to

He doesn't.

It was under his wartime Gov-
ernment that’ plans were begun.
the whole story, because} Hut now that he is Prime Minister
today is smaller in area again, the Conservatives will
., |remedy what they criticised about
U.P. the Plan.

| Health Minister, Captain Harry
Police Colonel Crookshank plans during the long
Killed In Riots

Parliamentary recéss to study
TEHERAN, Dec, 7

just what can be done.
Teheran Radio announced today







Since the programme began in
July 1948, estimates of costs have
had to be revised drastically, as
each year progressed.—U.P.



n yesterday’s riets between stu

lents and National Front sup

sorters

The Radio also stated that the}
Communist partisans of peace,’

were to have held a mass
neeting this afternoon, had in-

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Pani Calli



SIR RONALD GARVEY, Gov-
n ern of British Hondura
g 2 Garvey arrived in B:
bados yesterday. They were me
at Seawell by Sir George Seel,
Controller for Development and
Welfare, Wing Commander Eg-
gigsfield, Director of Civil Avia

tuon for the West Indies and Capt



W. H. R. Armstrong, on behalf
of His Excellency the Govern
They are the guests of Sir

George and Lady

Cocktail Party

FT HE Elementary Schoo! Teach-

ers’ Association gave a Cock-
tail Party the Ocean View
Hotel on Thursday evening in
honour of the Education Officer
of the British West Indies
assembled in conference: at
tings House,

Seel.

t
at

now

Has-

Distinguished guests included
Mr. Philip Sherlock, Vice-Princi-
pal of the University College of
the West Indies, Mr. J. L. Nicol
O.B.E., Education Adviser to C.D.
and W. and Miss Dora Ibberson,
Social Welfare Adviser, C.D.
and W.

A very delightful evening was
spent as the guests moved in and

out among the teachers exchanging
views on the various aspects ol
education obtaining in the area.
Mr. A. G. Jordan welcomed the
delegates on behalf of the Bar-
bados Elementary School Teacher
and Mr. Deighton F. Griffith, Gen-
eral Secretary of the Caribbean
Unioa of Teachers spoke on behalf
of the Union while Mr. H. Hough-
ton, Director of Education o
Jamaica, replied for the delegate
Local Teachers attending in
cluded:— Miss May Clarke, Mi
May Gay, Miss L. O. Holmes, Mis
Ruby Walker, Miss V. Carter, Mis:
Enid Maxwell, Miss Ivy Alleyne
Miss Effie Alleyne, Miss M. Wal-
cott, Miss Ercil Osborne, Miss Ilsa
Taitt, Miss Alma Parris, Miss
ywen Winter, Mrs. Beryl Vaughan,
Mrs. F. Dear, Miss N. Pitt, Mr:
Cc. B. Jackman, Mr. C. G. Reid}
Mr. G. A. Brathwaife, Mr. S
Chase, Mr:






Mrs. KEITIT DEANE, one of the competiters, who took part in
the event Filling the Water Jug in the Gymkhana at the Exhibi-
tion on Thursday, leans over to put the last cup of water into her

jug. The event was won by Miss Diana Hawkins who won the
greatest number of points by a lady at the Gymkhana.

Trinidad Lady Barrister An Appeal

R. & MRS. RONNIE GIT- oo Committee of the Lazaret-
mv TENS just back from to Christmas Treat Fund are
Trinidad saw Miss Sheila Tee- again asking for any voluntary

lucksingh, daughter of Mr, Hen-

a , gifts that members of the ic
ry Teelucksingh, Managing Di- q " ot sg

may be willing to donate,

Mr. George Warner, rector of Teelucksingh Theatres @ me ina . .
C, Gollop, Mr. W. W. Blackman, pL ta,, and Mrs. Teelucksingn of a - a bane cane be
Mr. F. G. Downes, Mr. F, Barker.giTrinidad, admitted to practise as ‘ a of Mr. c “ Alla b Rae an
Mr. O. Hurley, Mr. C. V. S. Belle. gia barrister in the courts of that oe we all a ear arene. we
Mr. S. I. Smith, Mr. Clyde Barrow Colony. Mr. G. O. M, O'Reilly, Tec°lve all donations on behalf of
Mr. John Belle, Mr. Wilkie Cum-§x.C., presented her. The pres- ‘'€ Committee,
berbatch, Mr. Hugh Thorne, Mr.ijentation took place at Port-of- _ Any donor finding it difficult to
Bert Moore, Mr. Fred Parris, Mr {Spain's Third Supreme Court on Send their donation are asked to
E. E. Lorde and Mr. Gordon®December 4th. : contact Mr. Allamby (Dial 2235)
Belle. 4 Later the same evening Mr, 4nd arrangements will be made to

fend Mrs. Teelucksingh gave a collect same.
One Month @large cocktail party at their

R. AND MRS. Basil Coombs
and her little daughter Jen-
nifer arrived from St. Vincent on
Thursday by the

month’s holiday. Mr. Coombs is,
here in the interest of his health.
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Mosely of Black Roc kp
Off To Grenada

b

R. KEN ABLACK, Broad-!
casting Officer in the Eastern
Caribbean who has been in Bar-
bados for a few days attending
the British Caribbean Regional
Educational Conference having
discussions on Educational broad-

casting, is due to leave here this
morning by B.W.LA. for Grenada.

Lady Rodney.fTrinidad
They are in Barbados for af’Managing Director of Caribbean

Six Months
& MRS. JACK MESTIER

home in honour of their daugh-
er which Mr. and Mrs. Gittens

M*

attended of St. Kitts are planning
During their short stay in qa six months visit to Trinidad
Mr, Gittens who is just after Christmas, They ex-
2 pect to arrive there on Decem-
Theatres Ltd., took the oppor- ber 27th Mrs. Mestier is the
tunity of signing contracts with former June Guy of Trinidad.
various film companies including

ARKO Pictures. This was as a
result of discussions he had two
weeks ago in Trinidad with Mr,
Michael Havas, Latin American
Supervisor for RKO Pictures, It
is expected that Mr. Havas will
come over to Barbados for the
opening of the Plaza Barbarees

For Trinidad Races
NGwISH jockey, Frankie Durr
arrived in Trinidad on
Wednesday to take part in the
Trinidad Turf Club’s Christmas
Meeting.
At the finish of the English
racing season last month, he had

early next year, 7 ; P
‘ san eves > iden during the year in some
Contracts ‘for the supply of Piucen Cu

Warner Bros, ‘films had been 300 races, placed in 92 events

32 of which were winners,

Talking Point

He that seeketh to be eminent

previously arranged,
Christmas Holidays

Ee RS. R.M. F. CHARLES of Giiong able men hath a great
Majority Trinidad who was holidaying task; but that is ever good for
AJORITY of the twenty- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the public.
four passengers _ leaving os yg a — ante! —Francis Bacon.
ach " . ., y for Trinidad astiings, ec or ominica as i
ein wane school chil- night by the Lady Rodney to Incidental Intelligence
dren returning home for Christ-" spend the Christmas holidays with FFERENCE between the tax

mas holidays,

Other passenger on the same,
flight was Mr, M. E. R. Bourne,}
Barbadian turfite. {

R.E.C. Meeting
Opens This Week

The third meeting of the Re-
goinal Economic Committee willl



be held at Hastings House during?

the week beginning Monday,
December 10. The following are
expected to attend:—

Barbados: Mr. G. H. Adams,
M.C.P., (Member); Hon, Sir John
Saint, C.M.G., Hon, K. R. Hunte,
Mr. D. G, Leacock and Mr. E.
SS. Burrowes, (Advisers).

British Guiana: Hon, Je

W.

her husband's relatives,

win Jamaica,
r

Rupert and _the








I
D collector and a_ highway-
man, says the New York Jour-
nal American, is that one has a

licence,
—L.E.S.

ock—47

She is the wife of Dr, Charles,
Medical Officer of Health Arima,
Trinidad, now attending a course

Lion
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Raatgever, (Member). re closely, Rupert ‘
British Honduras: Mr, A. G. T. e is a hole in the works feverishly, and by the |

Chaplin, (Observer). ‘ vas been filled with the hole is emptied he has found
Jamaica; Hon. D. B. Sangster,) pebbles, "* This must be the place,” 12 bags all of = a me e
Member); Hon, Sir Robert Bar- } sreathes, Kneeling down, he ing them to the edge of the Lions

So Hon. R. W. Youngman, Hon! scoops them aw and soon he Mouth, he shouts happily to the

R. L. M. Kirkwood and Mr. J. B.“? uncovers a small leather bag that waiting admiral,

Clegg, (Advisers). a

Antigua: Hon. R. Cadman,
(Member); Mr, BE. Scott Johnston,
(Adviser).

St. Kitts—Nevis: Hon. R. Brad-
shaw, (Member).

Montserrat; Mr. D. R. Walwyn,
(Member).

Trinidad: Hon. A, Gomes,
(Member); Hon, H. E. Robinson,
(Adviser). au

Grenada; Hon. J. B. Renwick,
(Member).

St. Lucia: Hon. C. A. Beaubrun,
(Member).

St. Vincent: Hon. R. BE, Baynes,
(Member); Hon. V. D. Archer,
(Adviser); Mr. A. Macleod Smith,
(Adviser for Windward Islands).

Among other matters to be con-
sidered at this meeting will be
the applications which have been
received for posts of Executive

Secretary and Assistant Secretary

to the Committee, and Trade

Commissioner and Assistant Trade |
Commissioner in the United King~-

dom.



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BARBADOS

| Shoe



ADVOCATE

-makers Come To The

| Aid Of The Party

ity EILEEN

Party shoes have never ber
;prettier, They are jewel-flecked
or have encrusted heels. Pumps

are made of delicate crochet mesh;
others are hand-embroidered” »
iItalian designs,

| Real Cinderella slippers give the
appearance of splintered glass and
can be bought plain or coloured
or tinted to match a special frock.
There are also matching handbags,

White Satin
Good value are white satin opera
pumps which can be dyed to matcn
your frock.

Pretty all-day shoes, which can

| So on to a cocktail party or out to
|dinner, are made of Bishari lizard
jin bright jewel shades of topaz.
jemerald and ruby. ;
The more graceful halter strap
has replaced the old-fashioned
‘ankle strap on most models,
Christmas shoe news includes
;novelty slippers for children,
called “Puddy Tat” and “Rudolph
the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” and gift
boxes of velvet or brocade, mules.

Gold Leather
Party feet ideas from New York
for the Christmas season incl
sold leather shoes, hand-too
and permanently pleated nyl
stockings, which give a perfect fit
and are invisible in wear.

| 100-Year Sheets

| Housewives who worry over
|the cost of equipping and main-
jtaining their utility linen cup-
boards would find nostalgic mem-
jories in an exhibition at one of
the West End stores of the days
when @ bride’s trousseau linen
lasted her all the days of her life.





EMP

store

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ae |
Extra: LATEST BRITISH

PAUL



ASCROFT







Among the exhibits of old line
still in regular use jn households !
all over the country nan
them ver 100
embroidered pillov ase
ink 1853 from Mrs. P
East Budleigh; ar line
of 1793, lent by Mrs. Appleton, of
Uffculme, Devon Thi heet
which is still being used in Mis.
Appleton’s household; is embroid-
ered in blue threads with the
names of successive owners,

Dower Chest

Frer Colonel Roger Swire, Is-
land of Skye, comes a linen sheet
and lace-trimmed pillow case be-
longing to his ancestress Rosa-
mond Swire, who was born in
1733 and worked this linen set for
her dower chest, embroidering
her initials in her own hair.

Mr. Norman Ablett, of Alford,
Lines, still uses a linen damask
dining cloth, which is marked in
ink, “Charles 6th Lord Maynard,
1753.”

For the woman who likes to
preserve some of the beauties of
old time fpousekeeping, it is still
possible to have initials and
monograms embroidered or
worked in cross-stitch Charges
are reasonable, and it ig amaz-
ing what this touch can do to the
appearance of utility linen.

Wes

When next
waterproof,
whether the material is pre-
shrunk. Cases have been re-
ported to the Retail Trading
Standards Association of water-
proofs shrinking as much as two



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Same eancenae "Russa etn of nay ef Reading Room
week and 10-15lb, of fruit and ‘
4 00— — 48.43m., 31. 32m vegetables each day What Christmas M 7 a Me }})
i pati 5- se- and other Christmas essages
- a ae Lions, eating 15-181b. of horse- | Sy MARY BAKER EDDY
on. Rust meat, cost about £1 a day to) $1.95
Interlude P keep. IMs used 5 7
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. ane ~s ; 10s i from 10 aan,—a and
M n 645 p.m, Programme a j - S 10=82 o'clock
Par The News, 710 pm Once before the war, when the} 7” | ate Weleome
ade 715 pm Behind The jions’ hotsemeat failed to arrive uy
‘ 3 ty on i 1 ; ————
T45—10.50 pam, — 48.45m., 89. 52m Mills bought 1201b, of fillet steak. — SS
74 pr Sport Review, 815 pm
Rad Newsreel 8% pm Radio |
‘heatre 10 00 pr The New 10 10}
pm. From The’ Editorials, 10 15 p.m
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Elephantine Meals

IRCUS man CYRIL MILLS
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER





inches after their first outing in
the rain, particularly a mon 8}
cheap cotton gaberdines.

Most reputable manufacturers
their material pre-shrunk
before production, but this takes
material, and less secrupu-
lous manufacturers might prefer
to squeeze an extra garment from}
a roll of material and trust tc |
luck on shrinkage.

The association, who recently
persuaded the Board of Trade to)
tighten the specifications for rain-
wear cloths, is now pressing for |
a “relaxation shrinkage” rule to
be introduced for rainwear,

All-Purpose |
MRS. BATES, of Miami, was|
told by her druggist that there
has been a long-standing mis-
take on her two prescriptions.
For over a year she has been
drinking spoonsful of hair}
tonic and rubbing her scalp}
with’ medicine. Reports Mrs,
Bates; “Both results were good |
anyway.”
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

To The Ding of Dong=ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER "To Study [G0.L. stilt Rising

“s In Canada
|W orkings Of 4 OTTAWA, Dec. 5

















. Chapter 10 of the story of living
> Heos in 1951 reads pretty much
Mar hall i lan gthe * same as the preceding chap-

| It is still another report on
‘fin rising pric The Bureau
! LONDON, *°F Statistic Tuesday that
* gin October the cost of living index

: Colonial interest have takenincreased by ‘our fifths of a point

Mr. John Marnham, Assistan Bto in all-time high of 191.2 from
Secretary at the Colonial Office,®190.4. The index is based on the
to the United States to study tec h-1,.1935-3 39 prices. The index had
nical aid facilities available there "made one jump after another,
under the Marshall Aid Plan, He ¢limbing 16 points from 175.2 in
sailed from London at the end of January. The biggest increase

last week as a member of a three- wos 45 points last February. —€™)
f man delegation of the Organisa-

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mmm?

London Express Service

“ion for European Economic Co-

Eta will be away about Preniier Will Silay

; Mr. Marnham heads the Colo- po? PARIS, Dec. 6
hial Office team administering the It has been learned that Tunis-
i“ eae Se romeo iat Prime Minister, Mohammed
ns 1s a Galen ee the ‘ete a Chenik and party decided to stay

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Â¥ ROBERT THOM
‘J

UTILITY (Locally Bred) Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup, present- gaining the greatest number of points COMPETITIONS FOR CHILDREN presented by Hon, J Chandler for ASSOCIATE MEMBERS CLASSES On this trip, he will study th Ministerial discussion eck. Tunist
Adult co G. L. W. Clarke ed by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) at the Gymkhana Class 5 he best bull in the shen Modenas, Gazzi Scheitti ° workings of tt Marshall Plan scheduled for next week,
Adult hi G. L. W. Clarke for the best team of 6 birds of any one Won by Miss Deane Hawkins Figure drawing Wallace Lucas. Won by Mr. J. W. Smith Young coeks—-M Pat Warder we LAS an The Prime Minister origin ally
Young coeks—P. A. Maynard colour of one breed, No, 71. Cup presented by the Barba- Illustration Barbara Anne Cole. No. 6. A Special Prize of $5.00 will Young hens—Miss W. Clarke vith particular relation to the Pra » thin wane
Young hens—-G. L. W. Clarke Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke dos Agricultural Society, to the Gentle- Picture in colour Basil Inniss be awarded to Members of the Barba Racing Homers, Any Colour Colonies and discuss various prob- intended leaving France ¥
Kings—Silver No. 41. A Perpetual Challenge Cup an gaining the greatest number of Pattern making Coultress Seale dos Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associa Young cocks—Mi : w Clarke lems connected with providing but after talks with the French
Your cock P, P. Maynard presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club points at the Gymkhana Picture in colour Elsie Cadogan. nm for th Best Heifer with no broad Young hens—M. T. King technical aid to ther Prime Minister Rene Pleven on
Young hens—W. Warden 29 For the Best Bred Young Utility Won by Mr. Lee Deane Modelling in Clay or Plasticine A, teeth Treipplers—Dark eC cal t eae r 7 . Jecided to wait
Kings—Blue Bird.” 1 No. 72. Cup, presented by the Barba- Waldron & Co Won. by Bulkeley Ltd Adult cocks—C, A. Hurphrey, #2 : U.K. delegate Wednesday, he decidec alt.
Adult cocks—G. L. W. Clarke Won by Mr. W. D. Warden. dos Agricultural Society, to the winner MINOR LOCAL BANDICRAPFTS No. 7 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Adult hens—C. A. Humphrey The two other . delegate —U-P.
Young hens—G. L. W. Clarke ¥ of the greatest number of points in the Class 6 i@wsented by The Barbados Turf Club f Tripplers- Light are Mr. A. S, Pankhurst, Under-
Young cocks—H. E Marshall No. 42. A rerpetual Challenge Cup, Childrens’ Classes, at the Gymhana Decoration on Pottery Mrs, wamile) PEE oe bent, enddie horse. Aaa eee Humphecs Secretary to the Treasury, and Mr
Carneaux presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club Miss Kirsty Parker ton . tT. andler ‘ . - 3 ‘and Fisher . Secretary
Adult cocks—C. A. Humphrey 1934 “For the Best Young Fancy Pigeon.” Shell Work Ada Ellis No. & A Special Prize of 85.00 wil) Young cocks « A. Humphrey, Rowland Fisher, First cee woth SUGAR TALKS
Adult hens—C, A, Humphrey Won by Mr. H. M. Roett ARTISAN'S WoOnK Shoes in Sisal ol O'Neal, be awarded to Members of the Barba Young hens—C, A, Humphrey ).K. delegation to the OEEC and ‘i TISFACTORY”
RUNTS (Locally Bred) No. 43. A Challenge Cur, presented Class 4 Baa in Sisal I > tos Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associa RACING HOMERS (Locally Bred) ielegates to the technical assist- SA
Adult Cock - G. 1. W. Clarke. by The Barbados Poultry Association for * Tinsmiths’ Work (all measures must Artificial Flowers—bunch of not Jess ‘mn for the Best Sow one year old and Bice Based ance group of the OEEC execu- LONDON, Dec. 4,
Young Cock G. L. W. Clarke the best young Modena Pigeon. bear the Government stamp)—A. F, Ince. than 3 in any material — E. Garcia inder two years Adult coous-_Seor Ay 2, Bosten avai y E ean coun- : ealth sugar delegate:
Best team of 6 Birds of any one colour Won by Mr. H. M. Roett, Tinsmiths’ Work, otherwise — Wilbert Lampshade Miss Kitty Hollinsed Won by Mr. Austin Layne Adult hens—Major A. R. Foster, ive, Eight other European c Commonwealth suse 1% gerd a
of one Breed (W. Kings) GLW No. 44. A Challenge Cup, presented Grannum No. 9% A Challenge Cup presented by Blue & Black Cheekered ries are also sending small dele- and the Ministry of Food had an

Clarke by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for See Man et not machined or filed CATTLE H, Jase nm Jone & Co. agents fo at t cock c ve Pn reg | gations comprising national pro- other “satisfactory” meeting this
Best Bred Young Utility Bird (Silver the best team of 4 Young Rac > sera ars Class 1—Pure Holsteins na” feeds, for the best “Registered Adult hens—C Humphrey t eC *X- hate ons . j

King) Ww. D Wave, avon ers am Raging Bom Miscellaneous articles in wood A Heifers, 2 ae and - & sears Milch Goat on show which has only had Young cocks—C. A. Humphrey juctivity and technical aid @X- seternoon. Talks are proceeding
Best team of 4 Young Racing Homer Won by Mr. w D. Warden. Hassell H. V. Marshall e litter of kid Young hens—W. D. Warden perts smoothly and working parties are

of any one class except A.O.C. — W. D. Miscellaneous articles in Wood H. L Cow, as per Rule 11—C. W. Springer Won by Mr, Archie King Red Checkered } till dis cussing the final details

Warden No. 44 (a) Silver Challenge Cup, pre- Arthur Bull, 6 months and under 1 year Adult cocks-—C, A. Humphre Dollar costs of the study are 8U ° will be held pro-
Best Locally Bred Young Runt on sented by Messrs, L. R. Foster & C. A. Miscellaneour articles in Metal Ran- W. Smith No. 10 A Challenge Cup presented Adult hens—Major A. R. Foster eing paid by the Marshall Plan Another meeting wi

show G. L. W. Clarke Humphrey for the best young Racing dolph Maxwell Bull, 2 years and under 4 years~ DY Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. Young cocks—F, A. Hunte ‘ Ao . bably on Thursday
Best Team of 6 Young Utility Birds Homer. Miscellaneous articles in Metal Hu julkeley Ltd Agents fo Purina’ feeds to members Young hens—F Hunte administration, :

of any one colour of one Breed ~ G Won by Mr. C. A. Humphrey bert Haynes Bull, 4 years and under 10 years—J. W, ° the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed

L, W. Clarke No. 45. A Challenge Cup, presented smith ere Association for the Best Registered |) remere,

Best Adult Pigeon other than Fancy by the Barbados Poultry Association , CABINET MAKERS WORK Class 2—Pure Jerseys Milch Goat on Show, which has had

on Show (W.K. Cock)—G. L, W. Clarke, Inc. for the best pair of Young Modenas, Wardrobe George Harris Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years—Dr. Ore than one litter of kids

Best Young Racing Homer on Show — of one colour Dining Table Hugh Walcott Manning . ae Won by Mr. L. Gibson

C. A. Humphrey. Won by Mr. W. Db. Warden. Book Case or China Cabinet — George “Gow, as per Rule 11--Dr. G. Manning No. 11. A Challenge Cap, presented

Harris. Bull, 1 wear and under 3 years Dr, bY the Committee of Management of the
PEKIN DUCKS No, 46. A Challenge Cup, presented Dressing Table George Harris Manning er “ Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’
Drake G. C. Corbin. by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for Sideboard — Hugh Walcott Bull 2 years and under 4 -years—Dr. Association to the members of the Bar
Duck G. . Corbin the best young Tippler Pigeon. Fancy or Occasional Table Hush. wun Peers ” ™ bados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Asso
BRONZE TURKEYS Won by Mr, C. A. Humphrey Walcott. Claes pedicaae Holsteins ciation for the best registered doe kid
Tor Oo. R. Hill No, 47. Perkins Memorial Challenge Trolley or Tea Table George Harris Heifer a € tt Won by Mr, H, Taitt
Hens — H. N, Clarke Cup: A Perpetual Challenge Cup pre- | Morris Chairs (one pair) Lionel | ‘Year Bulkeley Dairy Lia,” “9°? No, 12. A Silver Challenge Cup pre-
Young hen Miss Sybil Arthur sented by the Barbados Poultry Asso. Daniel Beton eee. aie one sented by Mr, Robert Gale to member
4.0.0, TURKEY clation for the best locally bred Young Upright Chairs (one pair)—P. Butcher deiters, 1 year and under ® yYeere-yoee the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed t .
Tom — Mrs. O. Jones Runt A.O.V. Chairs (one pair)—Hugh Wal- Bulkeley Ltd are’ Asenciation for the beet fam under Ee
Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke cott. err eats Std under 4 wot ten ae
PEASANTS’ SECTION No. 48. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Chairs seated with rush or screw tne Bulkeley Ltd. ’ Won by Mr. DN. Wilkie

Light Breeds presented by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke for the —B. Brathwaite Com Bene Rule 1p. W. Geni No. 13. A Challenge Cup presented
Pens — D. Gibbs best team of 6 Young Utility Birds of CROCHET AND KNITTING Class 6—Grade Jerseys , by Mr. Robert Gale to members of the

Heavy Breeds any colour, of one breed Class 2 .Cow, as per Rule i Bulkeley Ltd- Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders
Pens S. A. Murray. Won by Mr, G. L. W. Clarke Crochet Tea Cloth Mrs, F. Clarke, COW, 48 per Rule 1i—J. W. Smith Association for the best ram two teeth

Grade Fowls 49. A Challenge Cup presented by the _ Crochet Supper Cloth Mrs, L, M, Class 7—Grade Guernseys and over * ry Hy | ae het g > C ‘

Pens — S. A. Murray, Barbados Poultry Association, for the Browne Heifers, over 6 months and under 4. won py Mr. G. A. Marshall » ; 4
Muscovy Ducks -- K. D, Webster best Young Pigeon in the Associate | Household articles in fine crochet or Y¢#r—Bulkeley Ltd , No. 15 A Special Prive of $5.00 to
RABEBITS—Flemish Giants Members’ Class. crochet and linen such as D'oyleys (6 _, Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years Members of the Barbados Dairy ond a Bg ;
Buck Cc. A. Greenidge. Won by Miss P. Warden small), Plate d’oyleys, (2) Tray Cloth, Bulkeley Ltd Stock Breeders’ Association for the ~ ‘
Young Buck Cc. A. Greenidge. 49(a) Silver Challenge Cup, presented Guest Towel, ete Mrs, E. I. Hawkins. _ Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years~ Best Doe Kid with no broad teeth
Doe — C, A. Gretnidue. by Messrs,,H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd., Table runner or Centre Mrs, H. James Young Won by Mr, H, Taitt when you use
Young Doe C. A. Greenidge local agents for Ralston Purina Feeds, Ward Cow, per Rule 10—Bulkeley Ltd No. 16 A Special Prize of $5.00 to ee
Wyandotte local Mr F. M, ©. for the best Adult Fancy Pigeon. Drawn thread in household article Cow, a8 per Rule 11—Bulkeley Ltd Members of the Barbados Dairy and

Alleyne. Won by Mr, W. D. Wardon such as Tea Cloth, Tray Cloth, D'oyleys Class 8—Grade Ayrshires Stock Breeders’ Association for the Best

Jersey Giants (local) 49(b) Silver Challenge Cup, present- 44), Lunch set, ete H. Alexander Cow, as per Rule 10—Hiil’s Dairy. Bred Ewe
Hen L. B, Evelyn ed by Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.. Garment in Drawn thread such as Cow, as per Rule 11—Hill’s Dairy Yon by Mr, G, A. Marshall |

Minoreas (Local) tocal agents for Ralston Purina Feeds for Heavy linen Dress, Bodice, etc Mrs, Class $—Graded Stock of Any Breed No. 17 A Special Prize of $5.00 to
Mrs. F M. O. Alleyne the best Adult Pigeon on show other Ulleyette. Hewfer 2 teeth and over (Beef type Member of the Rarbados Dairy and
Pullet Mr F. M, O. Alleyne than Faney Finished article in Fine drawn thread H. V. Marshall Stock Breeder Association for the Best

Minoreas (Imported) 7 Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke such as Baby dresses, etc Mrs. Ulley Bull, Beef Type 2 teeth or over Bred Rar
Cockerel Glendairy Farm ette Bulkeley Lid b Mr. G. A. Marshall |
Pullets — Glendairy Farm. No. 50, A Silver Challenge Cup re Knitted garment or Shawl, Child's Class 10 —Grade Bylls

White Leghorn (Imported) presented by Mt. Wilton Plantation for Marjorie Weatherhead Best Grade Dairy Bull under 1 year— PIGEONS |
Pullets A. E, Dash the best exhibit of sugar cane. Knitted Socks in wool, silk or thread C. W. Springer Fancy (Locaily Bred)

White Leshorn (Local) Won by Turner Hall Plantation Mrs. K. Nicholls Best Grade Dairy Bull under 2 years lodenas Grazziar Colour—Adult |
Cock Oo. R, Hill. No, 51. Silver Challenge Pilate, pre- Knitted Socks, Children’s in silk of John Challenor Cock W. D. Warde ‘

Cockerels — O. R, Hill, sented by the Canadian Bank of Com- thread Cc. Cox. Cass I1—Open to Peasants Only Adult Hen Ww dD Warden 1

Hens E. H. King meree, to the exhibitor obtaining the Heifer, not having more than two teeth, Young Cocks--W. D. Warden . ,
Pullets H. W. Clarke. greatest number of points in the Field Division 10,—HORTICULTURE suitable for breeding milch cattle—Julian Young Hens—-M M. Roett >
Plymouth Rocks — Barred (Local) Vegetable Class, Pentas — Mrs, K. Nicholls, Goddard Scheitti, Red; Yellow Creame and]

Cockerels T. R, Alleyne. Won by Castle Grant Plantation, Salvia — Victor Marson. HOR Duns

Pullets L. R, Foster. Sunflowers Miss E. Shepherd. Thoroughbred, Bred in Barbados Adult Cock--H. M. Roett

Utility: W. Leghorns No. 52. A Special Prize of $10.00 Tithonia — Mrs, O, Sisnett. Class | — Foaled in 1950 Adult Hens—H. M. Roett
Pullets —G, H. King presented by the Barbados Agricultural Zinnias, Miniature = Miss E, Shep- lst Prize — C. A. Proverbs Youns Cocks-H. M. Roett )

UUlity: RAR. Society to the Manager of the Plantation herd. Class 2 — Foaled in 1949 Young Hens—W. D. Warden
Pullets — H. E. Marshall gaining the greatest number of points in Zinnias, A.O.V, — Miss E. Shepherd. lst Prize J. Chandler Scheitti—Blue and Silver Barred

Utility A.O.V. Variety and Quality of Exhibits, for such A.O.V. not specified above — H. N Class 4 — Foaled in 1949 (Any Colour Bars)

Pullets J. R. Alleyne Vegetables as are grown in the field ULeacoek and Victor Marson. Ist Pr A. G. Hanschell Adult Cock——W. D. Warden
Pens: Barred Rocks J. R, Alleyne. under the Local Food Production Largest Variety of Flowers, one speci Class 5 — Saddle Pony (Under 14.3) Adult hens—H, M. Roett
Exhibit on Show G. H. King. (Defence) Control Order, 1942, No, 2, men of each king Mrs. B, Conduit Ist Priz Mrs. C. L. Sealy (Misty). Young Cock—-H, M. Roett
Utility Pullet H. E. Marshall Won by Mr. P. B, Walker and H, N. Leacock Class 6.—Saddle Horse (142 and over) Young hens—W. D. Warden
Young Trio, Light Breed A No. 53. A Special Prize of $5.00 pre- HAND BOUQUETS Ist Prize J. Chandler Scheitti, Yellow, Checkered or Laced

E. Dash sented by the Barbados Agricultural Class 2 Class 7 Police Comp Silvers, Ked Checkered of Laced Silvers
Best Locally Bred Coekerel J. H- Society to the Manager of the Plantation — Floral Bouquet Mixed flowers and for the best turned out he in the and Bronze Checkered or Laced Blues

King gaining the next number of points in Colours — Mrs. Olive Sisnett Force; Ist Prize M. Sargeant (421) Adult her WwW. D. Warden
Best Pullet, Ligd Breed A. N Varlety and Quaity of Exhibits for such Floral Bouquet One variety of flow- SPECIAL PRIZES Young Cocks—W. D. Warder

Clarke ‘ Vegetables as are grown in the Field ® and colour Mrs. Olive Sisnett No. 1. A Perpetual Challenge Cup Young her WwW. D. Warden
‘Best Pen of Fowls H. E. Marshall. wider the Local Food Production _ Floral Bouquet Roses, all one col- presented by the [yal Bank of Canada, Sebeitti, Bronzes, Plain or Checkered

Spangle Game (Defence) Control Order, 1942, No, 2, OWL — Mrs. J. Connell for the Best Animal under three years Adult cock—H. M, Roett
ce —- C., D. Marshall Won by the Manager Malvern Plan- Bridal Bouquet — Mrs B, Warren. of age, born on the Island of Barbados, Adult hen—H. M, Roett
Cockerels P, G. Cole, tatlan, ae daha ; Sheaf Bouquet Miss E, Shepherd the progeny of a Pure Bred Sire, Wof Young hen-—W. D. Warden
Hens F. O. Ramsay No ” 54 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Early Victorian Bouquet Mrs. John py Mr. J. E. Challenor Young cock—W. D. Warder
Pullets F. O. Ramsay presented by the Agricultural Society, Williams No 2. A Perpetual Challenge Cup (Any Other Colour)

White or Black Game to the exhibitor obtaining the greatest Button Hole (other than orchids) presented by Messrs. Gittens, Croney & Adult Cock—W. D. Warden
Hens K. Granum number of points in the Garden Vexetable Dorothy Goddard. Co., for the best Dry Cow in the Show Young hen—H. M. Roett,

Pullets s.:.2 ae rae Class infuse than orchids) Miss K. sired by a Pure Bred Bull. Won by Mr ‘ : Haw sie

Black Breasted Red Game Ww ~ ollensed. J /. Chandler oung cot H 3. Niblock
Cocks — D. H. B. O'Neal Won by Mr > 0s ea Wee Presentation Basket of Flowers — Mrs. "yo 3. "A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Young hen—A, B, Niblock
= = alae No. 55. A Special Prize of a Case of « sae a . 5
Cockerels Cc. D. Marshall. Silver Spoons premunted be Bis Encer. ©’ Weatherhead won by Mr, W. A, Yearwood, now pre Oriental Frills

Wheaton Game jenaye ie? A Te eetti rte Division 10.—HORTICULTURE sented by him for the best animal under Adult Cock—H. M. Roett
Hens — D, H, B. O'Neal. . , Fentest IMamber ot points «Dendrobium Phalaenopsis — Miss B. j year, born in Barbados, and the pro Young hen—-W. D, Warden

Ss obtaining the greatest number of points 4 ; 7 4 > , Vv
Pullets D. H. B. O'Neal tie Galaen VF faoa Chenery geny of a pure bred Sire Won by Mr Young hen—W. D. Warder

Pabictdse Game in the Garden Vegetable Class, Dendrobium Phalaenopsis Schroederi- CW, Springer
Hens J. H, Sampson Won by E. W, Brathwaite, anum Miss B. Chenery No. 4 A Perpetual Challenge Cup, IMPORTED CLASSES
Pullets — C. A. Humphrey No. 56. A Challenge Cup, presented ~ Dendrobium Species J. A. Hunte presented by the Humphrey's Homeo Any Fancy Variety ‘

Duckwing Game by Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial Dendrobium Superbiens Mrs. L. H.| Medicine Co. of New York, for the best | Adult cocks—H. M. Roe*t \
Cocks F. M. Carrington and Overseas) for the best Exhibit of Nicholls Milch Cow bred in Barbados Adult hens—H. B. Niblock .

A.O.C, Game Fruit . Epidendrum Epiphytecal Mrs, P. B Won by Mr. E. C. Hill Racing Homers Any Colour
Cocks D. A, B. O'Neal Won by Castle Grant Plantation. O'neal No. 5 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Adult hen—I. G, Proverb
Hen Ss. G. Cole i Oncidiums Ampliatum Madame Ifill o He sale a jpowen meme
Pullets S. G. Cole No. 3. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Oneidiums Papilio Mr. J. Simpson.

Black Breasted Red Bantam Game presented by the Sugar Exporters for Phalaenopsis Hybrid white — Miss 7 - a : -

Cocks — A. Ramsey, Cockerel R. the best exhibit of Dark Crystals Sugar. O. DaRoche

F. Parkinson (Jnr. Won by Andgews Factory. ‘ Spathoglottis Hybrids — Paddy O'neal ir 7
Hen D,. H. B. O'Neal. No. 61, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Spathoglottis Species H. B. Bannis-

Pullets — A Ra y. presented by the Barbados Agricultural ter

Cornish Game or A.O.V. Heavy Game Society for the best exhibit of Funcy A.O.V not specified above, single
Cocks K. D. Webster. Molasses specimen — C. P. O'neal
Cockerels K. D. Webster. Won ty Sandy Lane Factory. Three specimens of the same Genera
Hens — K D Webster No. 62. A Special Prize of $20.00 pre- H, B, Bannister.

Pullets K. D. Webster sented by the Agricultural Soctety for
Best Youns Game -- C, A. Humphrey. the best Cake Icing display. MODELS AND TOYS
Won biy Miss V. Degazon Class 7
NEEDLE No, 63. A Special Prize of $10.00 pre- Architectural Model—to scale—George
Baby’s Booties or shoes in silk, thread sented by the Agricultural Society for Skeete

or wool Miss B. E. Collins the second best Cake Icing display Scale Model—mainly in wood—Neville ?,
Fine Knitting, finished article — Mrs. ‘Won ty Miss V. Degazon E. Smith oth nv a | Xl R y

A Armstrong 64. A Special Prize of $5.00 presented Working model or toy ~ Kenneth i 3 4 .

Knitted Sweater or Pullover in silk py the Agricultural Society for the next Harding i

or wool — Miss Hollinsed best Cake Icing display Wooded Toy—not otherwise specified P wa al ‘ 1] t
Garment with plain sewing, hemming © “Won by Miss M. Woodward Bay Street Boys’ School | i f I ] iF I & ¢ ) AY | he

and tucking (Handwork) — Miss L. wo, 65. A Silver Challenge Plate, pre- Dolls—St. Patricks School tions Ne . ’

Smith sented by the Canadian Bank of Com- SCULPTURE | \\
Garment in sewing, machine work, merce to the exhibitor winning the first Class 8 i IMPERIAL LEATHER + LINDEN BLOSSOM . BLUE HYACINTH {

such as Dress, Shirt, Boy's suit, ete. — prize in the Butter competition. Modelling in any other medium D.} —$—$——— i
Mr E. Deane Won by Mrs. E. H. Farmer M, Foster - a —— — ———_——— - —---- = - Hy i
Garment with Smocking - Miss L. No. 66, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, RUM AND FALERNUM b < )

Mestier won by Lady Robertson, re-presented by Single distilled Rum, uncoloured, pres- a i
Plain Needlework (Under 14 years)— her, for the best exhibit of useful and ent year's manufacture West India | *

St. Martin’s Girls’ School. ornamental plants Rum Refinery ti ;

Pochette or Bag of any kind — Mrs Won by Government House. Single distilled Rum, coloured, pres .

D. Phillips Nos. 67 and 68. Two Special Prizes of ent year’s manufacture West India ,
Hooked Rug Miss D. Hutson $10.00 and $5.00 respectively, presented Rum Refinery es . }
Rag Rug Miss Tubia Harbin by Messrs. Stokes & Bynoe, Ltd., repre- Double distilled Rwfn, present year's , She .
Miscellaneous (Any article in Crochet seniatives of Mesats. G, Sonneborn & manufacture West India Rum Refin ; »)

or Knitting not otherwise classified) — Co, London, manufacturers of the well ery 2]

Mrs, N. B, Warren known “Jaxa” French Polish, for the best Single or Double distilled Rum, Col- \\

s , and second best POLISHED PIECE OF oured, Matured and bottled by Mer-
Exhibition Special Prizes = ruRNITURE chants for Household Use The Re- f
Won by Mr, Hugh Walcott and Mr. nown Manufacturing Co.
Jo. 3 prpetua hallenge Cup Hubert Haynes respectively, Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-

poeeinteh ie Mets Providion Dealers, ON. @. A. Perpetual Chetlense Cup, oured, Matured, Blended nd Botfied S ron

Ltd., representatives of The Quaker presented by Mr. R. N. W. Gittens, for by Merchants for Household Use — H

Oats Co., makers of Full-O-Pep Feeds, the best photograph exhibit. B. Kinch & Co .

for the best pen of Fow!ls. Won by Mr. R. W. Beil. Liqueur Falernum — Ince & Co
Won by Mr. H. E. Marshall, No, 70. Cup presented by the Barba- Commercial Falernum-—Martin Doorly
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Saturday, December 8 1951
Teehnica! e
‘
echnical Education
THE announcement ti Major Darlin
ton, Principal of the Technical Institute in
British Guiana, has been having talks with
the local committee appointed by the Govy-
ernor to report on technical education in

Barbados has pleased that growing number
of citizens who are clamouring for techni-
cal educational facilities. It is a great pity
however that only the Committee should
have had the opportunity of such discus-
Certainly what Major Darlington
had to say on this subject of vital import-
ance would have interested a far larger
audience than comprises the Committee.

sions.

People who want technical education for
themselves and their children far exceed
any number that the politicians fondly
imagine, But their voices have so far
been drowned by the voices of those who
have a vested interest in maintaining as
long as possible a system of education
which has served Barbados well in the
past but is no longer meeting the require-
ments of the technical age in which we live.

West Indian intellectuals pay lip-service
to the need for greater industrialisation in
the British West Indies if these islands are
ever to achieve living standards remotely
comparable to those of highly industrial-
ised countries, but this lip service has not
been followed by any concerted drive to
rouse public opinion to the fact that only
by acquiring skills comparable to those of
highly industrialised communities can they
hope to compete in producing. manufac-
tures locally to sell at economic’ prices,
West Indiaris have been content to revel
too long in the expensive and delusory
game of mud-slinging and have failed to
realise that a ready tongue and a free flow
of invective is not the best way to acquire
employment offering material
ment.

advance-

So long as, there remains in the West
Indies a hard working body of merchants,
industrialists and agriculturalists of ability
the mass voice of the new West Indian
consciousness seems to find a psychological
outlet for its centuries of under-privileged
existence in threatening to “squeeze” them
and “soak” them,

This negative approach to a difficult and
discouraging task is harmful to West In-
dian advancement. West Indian statesmen
and intellectuals ought instead of decry-
ing the talent in their midst to hold up
talent wherever it can be found for emula-
tion, That is the first step. The second
step is to promote all possible schemes for



increasing the technical “knowhow” of the
population whom they profess to serve.
One obvious way of boosting technical
knowledge is to found a technical institute
in each island and mainland territory of

By CHAPMAN PINCHER

IT IS unusual for a doct t
call at a newspaper office }
medical authoritic frown or
such direct contact for ethi
reasons

But Dr. Nigel Harold Maurice
Russell Monro was an unusual
man.

His mysterious telephone call
had intrigued me Would I
interested in a report by a psy-
chiatrist who had spent thre
months studying the mind of
Klaus Fuchs, the atom spy? I
certainly would

As I shook hands with the
slim, rather handsome doctor
I noticed that he trembled
slightly and seemed embar-
rassed,

In Jail
“I must tell you that I have

not always behaved as a doctor
should,” he said. “My contact
with Fuchs arises from the fact
that I have just spent three
months as prisoner in the
same jail.”

“What got you there?”

“I’m a drug addict—mor-
phine,” he answered. “The
Home Secretary took away my
authority to prescribe danger-
ous drugs four years ago. Un-
fortunately, I have been unable
to resist the temptation of pre-
scribing them for myself.”

Then, in precise clinical
terms, he told me how the dope

a

yringe had ruled and wrecked

his life for more than 15 years
Terrifying

Hi sordid story is more

meaningful to the teenager than
thousand verbal warnings
against the dope craze. For it
sarries the terrifying implica-
tion that there is no treatment,
no knowledge, no subterfuge
by which the confirmed drug
addict can save himself. Ex-
cept NOT TO START.

Here was a_ highly
doctor and psychiatrist; a man
who understood not only the
workings of the body but of the
mind. Yet once the craving for
dope had gripped him he was
as helpless as an ignorant girl.

Dr. Monro’s descent began in
a simple and, perhaps, under-

skilled





standable way—occasional in-
jections to help him sleep.
Morphine was handy, There

was always a supply in the em-
ergency bag.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STRUCK OFF

moment of
Some sensitive men would

need more than morphine. to
help them face the suffering and



squalor which doctors encount-
er daily. Before he realised it
Monro could not face any phase
of life without a “shot”’

He was not struck off the
Medical Register vhen his
authority to prescribe drugs

was withdrawn. Loyal patients
gave such convincing evidence
of his skill that the understand-

ing men of the General Medical





Council allowed him another
chance Determined to pull
himself round, he went into
Guy’s Hospital.

But within a year his mind
was again so befuddled that he
assaulted hi wife and was
jailed for 12 months

Even then the G.M.C. gave

him further grace, and he vow-

ed with apparent honesty and

conviction to reform. Ethics

and will-power, alas, no longet

existed for Dr. Monro.

» spoke, he had in his
phial of morphine







shame tor the (arrgwed) doctor,

before by falsely signing a pre-
scription

For that crime he was later
jailed for three months and

struck off the register
“But this time I really mean

to make a go of it,”’ he told m«
“Yes, but what about Dr.
Fuchs?” I asked impatiently.
“I'm afraid he was only my
excuse to see you,’’ Monro re-
lied. “What I really want is
io write you some_ general

articles on psychiatry.’

Then, when we had ended our
talk he pushed his way through

the swing doors into Fleet-
street. I wondered where he
was going and what would be-
come of him, Next day I found
out

Dr. Nigel Harold Maurice
Russell Monro, aged 46, had
gone to a chemist’s shop and

falsely signed a prescription for
morphine.
Then, back at his lodgings in

Streatham, he had mixed a
fatal dose of the drug and
killed himself.

—L.E.S.

Up to 7s, 6d. for a single -Reefer’

By LIONEL CRANE
IN THE latest available an-
nual report there were 86 con-
victions in Britain fort the pos-

session of Indian hemp. This
is 20 times more than at the
end of the war—but a figure

ludicrously inexpressive of the
growth in marijuana smoking
here,

In a_ three-week
tion in London
vinces I have seen youngsters
openly smoking reefers; ex-
peddlers have talked frankly of
the profits they made; police
have admitted that they know
the stuff is being smoked in big
areas—but there is little they
can do about it.

investiga-
and the pro-

To contain the creeping men-
ace police must rely almost en-
tirely on informants.

Suspicious parents call at the
police stations, Many _ write
anonymously. Fear, malice and
hope of reward are all reasons



The Liner Canton

By MONTAGUE LACEY
TILBURY.
A squad of .Customs men went
down the Thames in a launch



for tipping off the police, Not
one hint is passed by

But getting a hint that reef-'

ers are being used or peddled
is one thing; getting evidence
to prove it is another. Young

associates of known reefer users

refuse point blank to go to
court,
For three reasons: they dc

not want their families to know
the company they are keeping;



they are afraid of being physi-
cally attacked; and they do not
want to cut off a source of
upply. a
The Youngsters

As in America, most reefer
smokers are not over 25
Youngest convicted person s¢
far we aged 17 Mostly the
unfortunate youngsters carry
the stuff in stamp-sized paper
folders

A “finished” reefer cigarette

is about half the size of a nor-
mal one. It is always hand-
made. The dry hemp or mari-



Said—all ports where
trafficking goes on
The Customs “rummage crew”

went aboard at 9 a.m., as soon

drug

(bound for Singapore)

juana is tipped into a cigarette
paper which is twisted at both
ends to stop it falling out. When
lit it becomes gummy and binds

together. The taste is harsh
sickly. It smells like a Turkish

cigarette.

Sometimes the dope is

smoked in a pipe. One pipe I
saw in London was of intri-
cately carved ivory; another

was of polished wood
The Price

And the price?

From the docks the hemp
goes in one pound or half-pound
parcels to the known peddlers.
They sell it in £5, lots to their

agents. It is theh broken down
into handy packeis and passed
to the “smell fry” who sell

maybe one cigarette at a time.
Costs vary.

In the provinces a cigarette
can be had for 1s. 6d. In the
West End at a time of scarcity
it can cost 7s, 6d.—for a single
“cigarette”.

—L.E.S.

was picked up from the decks
in the crew quarters: dope
has been found in apparently-
thrown-away paper before

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wonder why they call it the
Lower Green. As far as eye can see there
is no Upper Green. It would have made
sense if they called it Ever Green, be-
cause you won’t’find any other greens
there, Joking apart, why is the Lower
Green car park always empty while ‘he

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other space between the two evergreens
higher up is so full of taxis and other
cars?

I bet someone in authority knows the
answer to this.

‘UESDAY-—Life becomes brighter and more
full of fun if you have leisure for thai
kind of thing or can afford more than one |
meal a day. But it must be very trying
for those unfortunate people to whom
time is worth its weight in quicksilver or |
whose liver is something to be endured. |

The incident happened like this.

“Mr. X not come in yet. You'll |
have to phone at home.”
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has

50g

per 16 oz. Bottle

“What’s his number?” Whistle Carpet

“He don’t have a phone.” |
WEDNESDAY—They tell me in confidence |

& Upholstery =
of course—and I'm a rat to jet the cat out | C. S. PITCHER
of the bag just so maak you can make rude| Cleaner

noises at them—they tell me in em & co.

dence that one day (shh! don’t tell any- |} {
body I told you so) that one day there |'—==

will be trees growing in the Bay Street ‘Wy
window. 1



















nes |
WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD ?
in

STERNE’S DEEP FREEZE

There! It’s out at last. |
Meanwhile if you can brave the glare |
of the sun on the shining white concrete \
you may be lucky in finding your Christ- |
mas turkey there. I saw three turkeys |
there the other day and they looked |
thoroughly browned off. |



FHURSDAY—Turkeys obviously believe in}
the well known turkey idiom “three’s |
company”, because I never see turkeys |
walking out in two’s. If they do much | :
more jay walking someone will have to |
open a school to teach turkeys only to |
cross the road where there are studs. |
Otherwise cars won’t worry to stop and

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more motorists will know where their |
next meal is coming from, These three ell
were so thin I wasn’t really tempted but ip qe
i ‘ y P — AVAILABLE FrOM STOCK —
I can’t promise always to be good.

DaCOSTA & Co.. Lid.

FRIDAY—“What’s in a name” is so import-
ant. For instance I once got a pair of
chickens seft to me because I had the |
right name. I sent them back because |
the man who sent them had remembered |
to say whom they were from. I never |
knew the fellow and I wasn’t having dead |
chickens from anybody at all. |

But another chap I know has been |
suffering from this name business.
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American Styled
& Cool!

seems that somebody rang him up asking
him what to do about some dogs, When
he replied “poison the lot” he had a lot
of difficulty explaining that he was not |
the S.P.C.A.
The telephone is a terrible instrument |

if misused.
SATURDAY—Every and the

now again



the area soon after dawn, as the Canton tied up at the now. democratic urge possesses me in spite of
r me They were a hefty lot. They Tilbury landing-stage to drop ‘ : P my Irish prudence and I rush out in a
: wore grimy dark-blue battle- its passengers, The search was still going on vo i ;
Major Darlington would be the first to dress, and carried sets of The search squad probed be- when the Canton left the pair of old boots without laces, a week’s
decry any attempt to turn the B.G. Tech- tools, crowbars, torches, and hind panels, in cupboards, in landing-stage. It will not stubble of beard and a loud American
‘ i Tk titut i pt Lied af kd ; ‘d Ww periscope mirrors. every possible corner where a stop until she docks in Lon-
nical imstitute into a kind of advance est










Every man was an expert in packet of dope could be hid- me : chen the hd will be shirt. But I never get away with it. I
Indian Technical Training College. The iat Powe rep drugs. den. Se igre Bolg always look like another poor supporter
: : : ; : r orts i . “ ; :
reason is simple. Technical Institutes They were eae to meet the Dungarees That is the story of one ship of the Electors’ Association and people | |
operate on a basis of three-year training 16,000-ton liner Canton, due Some put on dungarees and rr: tan Soresaet TTe that even make remarks about my com- i
xh er ve at Tilbury from the Far East. went into the engine-room repeated with every ship that : z : Single and

courses for apprentices who are employed She carried a crew of European Metal clanged as gratings aiere 9 i wii ge ge Fe plexion,

May Pes . : : 7 . seamen ¢ Q ‘ame up. Bundles of oily vese Customs squads, work- ee ee ; peat é
by firms engaged in the technical trade Nee eet the Siath hide taka mehad “oven ing in every British port, are I was talking to a nice fisherman the Double Breasted
they are learning. They attend the tech- Middle East. The liner had for this is a sraeer hiding pe Die One of defence in the other morning, having a friendly

paige ten 1 s (ae ts a ‘ated at Hongkong, Singa- place for smuggled drugs. dope . a ‘ . “ratic che y
nical institute one day a week and work Sark Taine, aden “nd Port Every scrap of crumpled paper —L.ES. man to man democratic chat when he $57.71
the other five in their places of employ- ; wee | turns to his friend and says: “The white

. ‘ a Se |

ment: and they attend technical evening

man want to know wuh we gun do now?”
“T tell he only Wilkinson and Walcott |
can help we now.”

institute classes three times a week.

Major Darlington if only a larger public
had been privileged to hear him might then
have insisted that no scheme for technical
education is worth anything at all unless
the highest salaries are paid to attract the

I didn’t wait to hear any more because

9 Riddle Of The Battleship
if there is one thing [I don’t want no|

Swallowed - “TT he Cruel Sea’ truck with it is Barbadian polities. I can

until they were forced to givé be as democratic as the next man. I can |



















+ * . ed among mountainous waves at 5 . : |
es sae gn eeeEEO : ; (By GWEN LEWIS) the end of the 1,800ft. towlines up And so we come to— even write like the next man does, if
est qualified instructors. In technical edu- HERE is the battleship Sao “Now and again through the The Eight Adventurers

Pic: you provokes me sufficiently well, but I}
cation only the best salary will attract the Paulo and the eight adven- driving rain we could see the eight ’ P ’

ABOARD the-Sao Paulo ar« ae : ; . ge
bes ‘ And Boe a turers bringing her across the men standing on her bridge William Painter, of Goodmayes- ain’t gwine to get mix up in no politics
nee aan. nd there is no lack of the treacherous Atlantic? Still men- “Suddenly my ship and Dexter- yoad, Goodmayes,” Essex, and the not me, I ain't.
wrong type of instructors willing to take acingly and helplessly adrift? Or ous lurched forward as the tow- men he vecruited for the

' seven
sunk without trace?

Back in England and Portugal
are the last men to see her: the
men who for the first time can tell

lines snapped. The howling of the
wind made it impossible to mega-
phone any message to the men on

the Sao Paulo.

venture,

The men had two months’ foox
when the voyage began. But the)
cannot tell the world where they

So I took goodday of my fisher friends,
shaved my stubble off, put on my sixty-
cent pair of ‘sugar bag sandals, climbed

up poorly paid appointments with disas
trous effects on any technical institute.

ajor arli i als the story of the vast steel hulk— “We waved. They waved back. are, The battleship has no radio ‘ ‘ kia Apia teeneh ate ’ : rts

Major Darlington might also have told [Wii the eight figures clustered on ‘Then they were gone. I carried on William Painter’s seven men | into a less vulgar shirt and linen sho “
the public who by this time would have her bridge—which vanished 21 the search until Nove mber 1.” are William Adams, 28, who lived and motored gently across to Sam Lord’s '

anging is everv days ago. From the other tug Dexterous at the Painter home; John Mos- her . , . sh-

been hanging upon his every word that a “They are the crews of the tugs came where I am not known by the local fish

seau,,29, of St. John’s, Newfound-

technical institute could be created in Bar- Bustler and Dexterous whose job


































\
" . ete 8 ; land: John Ellis, 28, of Lachine | ermen, to think undemocratic thoughts, |
: eae * ran ae at > 19.200- ulk The Crewman’s Story a ney it : a
bados for a cost of $250,000 if new buildings _|!t, Was fo bing the 19,200-ton buy AT BARRY, near Cardiff, where geoperens, Caaneregeon. UE if any. SUGGESTS THESE
. j c 3 nah art . : eari ator . . , . ’ o ©. > ri | "
had to be constructed and for considerably in Brazil to a scrap yard on the p's prcie da op ry ape te sot Cormick, of Newtownards, Co., Prodnose: And they pay you to write | FOR YOUR
deat Fit oon ck s04 Clyde. cunt mele Dh Down; a man nam ennedy inn?
less if existing buildings could be utilized, Their story only deepens the ees ks Rio de Janeiro on Wh is believed to have joined the that tripe? | ‘ E
and a staff recruited for $48,000 per year. | mystery of the Sao Paulo. Because Maison bor 4 “We had only an. 529 Paulo at Rip ge penetin Wes Nobody: Why not. Don’t they print the | Dinner Larties
ight als av ivy a + ; every man jack of them is con- =~ 18 bs ; aa .. Whose home is in Glasgow, and an betel cates c 6 \
He might also have given a timely warning | yinced that the battleship is afloat. Saher: 4,000. tallest RO wien “we unhamie. Miglish boy, who. also politicians’ speeches?
that no existing school in Barbados could | Yet nobody has seen her, though 7S! lund fe wea : joined the ship at the last minute.| ar rie ey ta ae ‘
} i ici + ¢ Kind ten technical | Planes. from three nations have paps ihc RE progress i Pe a ecg i SOUPS MEATS
pe used as a kind o indergarten technica sc . 50,000 square miles of > awWKWard, Crab-like gress ery : nt
aah , See Nie ater ¢ of the battleship didn't help, She But in every saga of the sea How To Vote Tom: :
school, athough the island would certainly rae a the aig: tselling Still had her engines, quite useless !wek plays a part. There was— ouua Milk Fed Chicken 4Ib to 5ib
, ; ¥ Vicholas Monsarrat’s best-se See ats a et ina . am j , ony. aie Milk Fed Duck 5lb. to 6 Ib
benefit fron e existence of at leas > at of course, and her guns and tur- The Man Who Escaped | To The Editor, The Advocate— 4 I .
a the ¢ pans rite sata ere ugyst- rets. That made her a heavy tow. IN STEPNEY, E., Mr. E, Devos, | SIR,—Kindly grant me space to give a Seen tl Broilers—average 21% Ibs.
good school specialising in the teaching of The experts — the men who “Our 12-hour struggle against a South African-teid this story:—.| oie g nes ‘es, ; =o J&R Rolls
science i thematics for the benefit of |*2OW how Britain built ships in the weather began about sixin the “I was on board the battleship | little advice, as a Voter, to the Electorate Asparagus
science and mathematics for the benefit o eo ds he » Se aulo’s “ne weat gan abour sh as 2 a ’ ; 7
Lciybr sgt ; si zs those days when es, morning. During the day the. casting off when one of the ropes| of the Island at the forthcoming General ita ates TS 3 ie DESSERTS
those seeking employment in technical | keel was laid more than 40 years yeoviest rain I've ever seen kept suddenly whipped up from. the} > ; i a
sdes and ¢ eo : : ago—say that she would never plotting out the battleship. Quayside and wrapped itself round | Elections under Adult Suffrage. } CHEESE Ice Cream Powder
trades and admission to the technical in- sink. “There “ Saablics yinics ater “areca ad : enh | , advice is fore going he Polls |! juav
titut Tt vy that’ ike diseibbeatance There was a wall of spray be-~ my body knocking me over. | My advice is, before going to the Polls | Guavas
§ 5 1ey say the sa @ - s. Xx » waves 5 “4 ‘ ; | ° ‘ cn | eo
renee is one more riddle of the sea, een eas + teat Ge sire ea ee ae = th to vote offer up an earnest prayer to God ||! aeeeae . “, | Audet
" sacs c y e ’ Een : 1 cia (alll akan . s asy abou =o Pass oe | anadia e | $
Finally it is to be hoped that Major eantavene a “50 malles diaries ts oue ateen tonnes hosed Fi. ae are DAN bess asking”His help to direct you how to cast | Danish Gouda — >
a 4 oa s . § a J ore voardec ) Mes Pac Xmas
Darlington by giving « frank analysis of north of the Azores, just a8 broadside on. Our speed fell to “The Sun alba ctwea'to all in-| YOur vote in the right way. i — ar di ey pon wad
Barbados’ urgent need fot technical in- ogee eee eee ccaad sbout half a knot--less than a mile tents and purposes rudderless. It! You must realize that the future Gov- ||} * ~ ‘ “
y os. : * } mile-per-ho' noe an hour si was a dead ship with no provis- ci ‘ device enV eho al an st bat Canadian Potatoes | Gold Braid Rum
stitute will have encouraged the members on that night of November 4? “Then a terrifying squall hit us. jons for recreation for the off-duty | @Tmment ill have a rem responsibilit; || Vegetables in tins | "makes any evening
of the local committee to recommend that Take— - b's St The rugs are only : 0 ees nt ee we vo Ri therefore we should seek to have the right || Fresh Vegetables | an Event.
. } . > ‘t s Story 4 Gangerously Narrow Margn= 1e ship's departure from Ric ~ : alecte ind * , > t} } on — uhie capi,
no further handicap is given to Barbados | See ines ae tug When the lines snapped. And the was watched by a-large number| Petsons « lected. God go with you on this |
j i : a ’ a ’aulo vanishe f Br val icers and e \ , Y 1 yyy TOE
in the race for industrial p1 iency, but | Bustler was Tr fuelling oy ae Zo last eve Genes ves Da y : Hi PHONE GODDA RDS FOR SERVICE
that a technical titute be « lered as 4 ee ‘thi ore ; Well, that was the last seen fore T lost con ness was of the = Si sa mie Hi
a priorit r nf wa on the bri of the 7 Paulo. The a 5 xibye ee M. V. TAYLOR = ‘
battleship appeared and disappear- searched in worsening weather —L.E.S..



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951

No Decision Given
In Writ Server’s Case

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE











City Gets New
Parking Spot







ARTS AND HANDICRAFT






: . The Barbados Automobile Ass«
After a deliberation of one hour and a half an Assize jury ciation has temporarily acquire
at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterd: iled to ee on the open spot of land at Prin
whe.her or not 29-year-old Writ Server Goulbourne George Wuliem apenry Street where th
Ward of Rock Hall. St. Th ss roe guilty of flicting Manhattan Club was former!
vard oO OCK all, ot. omas, was gul ty oO in hcting situated This spot, owned by
grievous bodily harm with intent on Elijah Edev, a 78-year- Messrs, Evelyn Roach ilk be
cld farmer of Spring Hall, St. Thomas, on May 18, 1351 ase as a parking space frox
The case which started at 10.10 a.m. yesterday ended about one. ch ae ike de
e . ° me" 7. q # a Secrets r th
5.10 p.m. with the Hon. the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly- B.A.A., told the Advocate tt
more, Kt., presiding. Counsel in the case were Mr. the fee for parking on this s1
Malone for Ward, while Mr. *F. E. Field, Acting Atiorney ilt be: members six cents





































































General, appeared for the Crown. hour or part of an hour and 1
The prosecution called on six struck Edey four times across the cents to non-members for th
witnesses in the case while the body witha stick. This stick broke same we, ws
defence brought three Before and the accused struck Edey with two attendants will be in chai AC You can enjoy Britain’s
calling the first witness for the another stick on the left hand Ts tha arée, mut aes ee ip Grourite « tobanegs. Si
prosecution Mr. Field outlined the | Edey cried out “Ward, look you a ate ny ho make iS 9 this blends to choose from—
eae of the — to the eu me Sts hand, I didn’t do you meme not give tips to t seep ene aeeiiied
te them that the accused stood @hything. _ ae : iT i on
charged before them on two Mr. Mr. Malone Branch sair that Accessible blend of vintage leat
counts of wounding. On the first She was sure that Ward was the “olone “‘helin. C
count he was charged with inflict- Man that struck Edey with the Cole mel . Miche MS, : yg
fina aulewcaia SeaSty. Shases-ann. Ste stick. She could not say if there missioney of Police, said tha
ae . ; “ ; ‘ this is the best situated car yark
jah Edey with intent to maim, dis- W@S @ moon out that night but i lt
; ua aoa ‘e second there was a big crowd where the for the shopping centre and “at
figure or injure and on the second {ere was a big crowd where th a time like this it should be o
count of inflicting grievous bod- %€@4ng was taking place. great assistance t Christmas
ily harm. The offence was alleged After Beryl Thompson had given shoppers t rill be le 1
haws. been committed: May &Vidence corroborating what Ermie shoppers who will be able t
have een commi ted on May Branch said, the prosecution clos- oe armen eanetioendll leave their cars within easy
18. The accused is a Writ Server ce t ee eo 7 reach It is about 15 seconds walk
of the Police Force of the island ©? * ¢5¢- ‘ ’ VISITORS to the Annual Exhibition in Queen's Park Thursday inspect the needlecraft, drawings and from Broad Street”, he said
and during that time he v at- a) On Special Duty paintings. This is the first parking site t:
tached to District “D” Station, St. Sat. Cc, Hutchinson of District be acquired by the Barbados Au-
Thomas, It appeared that the ac- = ee Station, a witness tor ° . tomobile Association. It has space
‘used and several policemen the defence, said on May 18, he D N St | 2 H M d ( : t for 50 cars which will be parke
ut seven in number—went io Went down to Spring Farm, a BARBA A e ucia as a e rea On the herring bone system. Thi:
th district of Spring Hall, St rose vn special duty abou a! ‘ e ~ e system assures easy varking an
Thomas, to search for a man ** Pm. IN t d = I Ed > t immediate get-away by all c:
ca ts eS a 9 ei He had other policemen on duty UNDERGRADS . rl es n uca 10n 20th & pe ea a at
named Ellis an escaped prisoner. Withe him aha-ther were. searohit Ro entrance and exit will b
Ellis is the son of the reputed ‘ ‘herein Maia + ne . ° r from Prince William Henry street
. £ r or , Y ry /
wife of 78-year-old Elijah Edey. “°F,@ Prisoner. 7 / 7 h Pa Te Asked about the B.A.A’s ven 4
At Spring Hall St sage He heard a shout from Edey’s PROGRESS W ELL During e st n Years ture at the BTC pat Mr Ww sg SOLE AGENTS:
prisoner was re-arrested and the six eat oe ae: ee baw, ane " . : said that the facilities provide MESSRS. A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD.,
old man objected to the manner in © a. oe oy re oe van al .hilas ike £t. Lucia has made great progress educationally during the were excellent. but it was not P.O, BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
which the Police were handling ses gin Prany wits t ae aoe hl past ten years. There are now 48 primary schools, three of —_ eared as many people ‘. en
his son. . a eN ee , * There are 210 undergraduates which have been supplied from C. D. & W. funds and they Preferred to watch the racin
Thereupon the accused was Wee searching for, was also in gt the University College of the ‘e all reasons . PP Me. F 7 1eY trom their cars. For this reason ;})
: ; fs ® the Police van. Fs ; ; : , are all reasonably well equipped, Mr. O. A. Walker, Acting the Associat i : 5 \
alleged to have struck the old 7 mA " West Indies and I am glad .o be ; . re om , € ssociation did not cater to \\
; ; ‘ ie ve To Mr. Field Sgt. Hutchinson ,)). tes : ane : Director of Education in St. Lucia told the Advocate yes- motorists at the last B.T.C. meet- | |}
man with a stick and one of the saiq that he heard Edey’s hand was 2D/€ to give a good report of the + i : ) y 7 ; ALORE t
blows broke the part just above hain by . policeman But a had Barbadians who form one of the terday. : ing. \\ GIk Ss G 4 a 4
the wrist on the left hand. The po chanes to tnvestionce for Edey largest groups and are working Mr, Walker is attending the Caribbean Regional Education * 1) )
old man went to Dr. Cummins who}; a iawn Sine vused’s Very hard, Mr. P. M. Sherlock, Conference at Hastings House. He is staying Crystal dai . fy | i)
Ps had got a warrant for the accused's ‘ ‘ ) rence at astings ouse. e is staying at rysta [ a > > 1))
oldman went to Dr. Cummins who ad gota warrant forthe accused's Yer are, Mr P.M. Sherlock’ Conference at Hi Maintenance Case KNIGHTS DRUG STORES |
First Witness went on duty with sticks and the Advocate yesterday. z ' \\
$ € ) . s s and -! ‘ ) {
First witness called for the pros- there was no beating in his pres- Mr. Sherlock said that he ; ha He said that great attention is education available for their chil- Must Be Reheard ' e in and '
ecution was Elijah Edey, a farmer ence. been invited to attend the Cele- paid to the training of pupil teach- dren.” ; . come t }
of St. Thomas. He said that he Pelice Constable James Lynch bration and Centennary of the ers in St. Lucia, The system by “T have been told that there arc c ar Sas of the Assistan r i}
lives at Spring Farm, St. Thomas. said on May 18 he was at Spring Trinidad Public Library during which the Supervising Teachers long waiting lists of candidates Vouk of Appeal, Mr. H ‘ shop with i
About 7.30 p.m. on May 18 he Farm gap, St. Thomas, with the the coming week and took the op- paid oceasional visits to the vari- seeking entry to the secondary eth "a and Mr. A. J. H. Ha }
heard someone passing by the accused searching for Clivine Ellis, portunity to visit British Guiana, ous schools and held Saturday schools, and the solution to this 74 saat yesterday ordered a cu pleasure
house and shouted out. Then he an escaped prisoner. While in the St. Vincent and Barbados firs! n classes was discontinued from 1950 vexed problem of overcrowding ‘ “year-old Clementine Callena }
heard someone shout: “It’s the gap he heard a shout and went order to keep in touch with the and intensive one week courses lies in the provision of secondary a ene Rock brought again 1
Police.” He went out and saw a in the direction of that shout. On Extra Mural work of the Uni- for each grade of teacher were in- education for a number of pupils - husband Charles Callender E My \
police in plain clothes and they getting to the stop he saw that versity College stituted. within the framework of the ele- be reheard at the Police Magi MANICURE iH}
talked. the prisoner —Clivine Ellis—had ages ai ; The one week courses had un- mentary schools wate's Court and re-determined MIRNY TOILET SOAP \}
While talking he heard someone been arrested by two constables. He arrived on Thursday bY doubtedly achieved: establishin, ‘te Clementine has accused her hu Assorted Scents) )
shout for murder and the police- Ward and the other policemen B.W.1.A. from St. Vincent and is esprit de corps; providing a com Politics band of neglecting to support i
man ran in the direction of the along with the prisoner got into staying at the Hotel Royal. mon supply of general knowledg« : and is claiming maintenance Xmas Wecorations; XMmas ))
shouts. the van. Elijah Edey was not on “At the University College, the gained through evening Jecture: It is unfortunate that in all of The case was heard in th Crackers; Snow Houses, ete. )
He saw his son Clivine Ellis with the scene. He saw no beating. The undergraduates have a number of as well as visits to certain place these islands, the policy for educa- Lower Court by Police Magistrat A varied Assortment of ’
two policemen behind him, The @¢cused had no stick and wes clubs and societies, one of the most of interest; directing the Teachers 0 18 so greatly influenced by Mr. C. L. Walwyn who dismiss: ; Xmas Cards )
policemen began to beat his son, Wearing a pair of grey flannel valuable being the Caribbean along satisfactory lines in the the politicians, Even among the/it. The Appeal judges decide Xmas Table Decorations ?
Everyone of the policemen had a Pants. At this stage the defence Society which discusses .atters methods of study, providing per- most responsible sections of the| that the Probation Officer should .
stick and Ward, the accused, was ‘losed its case. concerned with the Caribbean” he sonal contact with the Tutorial! V@?ous islands is the fear of what} get information as to what sour
among them. Bodily Harm said. Staff and assisting the Probation- peaereas may do. Such a con-,of income Charles Callender ma Y
The policemen lifted his son to Addressing the Jury Mr. Malone «pie puiiding programme is go- 8*Y Assistants who formerly did dition warrants the hope that the j have. )
the police van and Sgt. Hutchin- reminded the Jury of the charges ;,, ah oe tt > y sf course. it NOt receive regular assistance in ‘me will arrive, and very soon} Mr. J. S. B. Dear appeared ¢ e
son: cuffed his son three times in brought against the accused, On woe a aia ce ‘by th f ; ceane in their studies. when a co-operative spirit be-|behalf of Clementine and M {
the face. He was above the house the first count he was charged eg - othe ‘9 1 ae ban tin 18 tween educationist and politician]D. H. L. Ward on behalf of he }
when he saw the accused hit his With inflicting grievous bodily et € re ee : ne a Scholarships will banish distrust and fear. husband.
son with a stick and he spoke to harm on Elijah Edey with intent. ae ae pen Se at ie od a He said that during the year ‘There is, however
the accused. The accused turned He told them that if the first count oe te te flding een en Hage 1950-51 there were no less than the islands | a wae oes = s i;
: "3 as > 7 i > 0 ne bu 2s in ¢ se srect- 7 a > 2 Sas P rive .
back to him and hit him with a has to be preva: intent has *o z x ten scholarship A.C.P. courses : :
q v é 4 . , 10n, were damaged by wind and ~ ‘ tike and the most responsible |}
stick until it broke, ‘The’ accusec be shown, The Crown must prove a 3 . awarded by the St. Lucia United fad hea
SAEs ancthie eid hit hin ace at " that the aceused did the act with Tain to the extent of about Association 1 New York'te teaete politicians do not intimidate the
ee or ry I a ul fan i an ne the intent $150,000. Fortunately, these build- ere’ th the delana educationists on whom so much
a a “ s >: é ras ; : : dee Ras Slé re y _
broken, The ell day May 18 He is charged on the second ings were all oer by an eally depends.
* ay ives 4 inflicui ev - ance, s f y ve been able to .
‘ : ig ' diel alent y harm. ) § at the make peal) ' , has ey tes “me 1
the Howl ie os a ae Sent background of the case, A pris- or eight weeks had to be spent in Mr. Walker who is a Barbadian 4,4 kind or cay ‘improvement i"
Saal ew Sree aeeears cner had escaped and Sgt. Hufch- doing repair work.” Said that it was a great pleasure vi s y i he
He could not use the hand for six : i ‘ : , } a 4 4 . the various groups. Especially is
renin inson and others were searching He said that the greatest dam- to visit the island after an absence this evident in the less financially
kn da for this prisoner, The time was 8.50 age was done to the old wooden of over eleven years and to note ; a
To Mr. Malone: Edey said that 7 ew . ‘ strong islands where sums of
Sie hon Saks othe Sane i eaiie p.m. on May 18. The witnesses buildings that they had been using the number of changes made dur- money provided from C.D and W
the SOHEe er Sissi eo aie vee “of the prosecution said that the as offices and lecture rooms. They ing that period. funds have been used tor, the|
rie policemen were vogging him. night was a clear one and a had been building and touching ‘Despite the fact that the aver- (0.4 ashaniaotel Bi
This happened about 830 p.m, on coeare . Lia oe d ‘ : erection and extension of school
Mav 18 All the Prcaate asi search was on for an escaped gome of those up, but their life age Barbadian who has never buildings and the training of|
Ma d 1e policemen were prisoner. been abroad feels that his country aly *

dressed in plain clothes and there
was “regular confusion”
the beating was going on.
unable to do anything.

The accused was wearing a
jacket ard pants. A cap was on
his head. The accused struck him
with a stick about 11 feet from
his house while he was standing,
Edey said his house ibout three
houses away from Spring Farm
Road. He knows the accused well.

First Aid Treatment

Pr. H. G. Cummins said on May
18 about 11 p.m. he saw Edey at
his office at Bank Hall. Just above
the wrist on the left hand was
broken. He rendered first-aid and
the next day he sent Edey to the
Hospital.

A stick applied with some
force to the left wrist could have
caused the fracture.

Eugene Ellis of Spring Farm,
St. Thomas, siid on May 18 about
8.30 p.m. she was on Spring Farm
Road

where
He was



when she heard someone
shout for murder. She saw some
policemen in plain clothes and
they were beating Clivine Ellis
and Rosaline Ellis. Clivine Ellis
was held as a prisoner. The ac-

cused had a stick in his hand with
which he struck Elijah Edey
until it broke, There was a crowd
in the vicinity.

To Mr. Malone, Eugene Ellis said

that the accused was wearing a
white shirt and a white pair of
pants,

George Ellis, next witness called
corroborated what Eugene Ellis
said, Ermie Branch, a 29-year-oid
awker of Rock Hall, St. Thomas,
id that she knew the accused



Goulbourne Ward before the inci-
The

dent on Mav 18 accused

Edey said that he saw the police-

men beating Clivine Ellis. He gave
a detailed account of how the
police bgat Ellis, but Eugene Ellis
said something else.

Edey could not have seen his son
being beaten if policemen had

crowded around while the beating
was going on It is up to them
to decide if Edey was telling the
truth on the witness stand

He was not suggesting that
Edey’s hand was not broken, but he
was submitting that the accused
Ward was not the man that broke
his hand that night. Everyone
of the prosecution witnesses
placed the accused on the spot and
identified the accused as the man
who administered the blow

Confusion

There was confusion that night
and yet they could remember
everything, They must look close-
ly at every point and weigh it. All
the policemen were dressed in
civilian clothes. Some said tiq:t
he wore a cap while others said
he had no cap. In a case like
this where the prosecution is under
suspicion, they must be satisfied
whether the accounts given py
the Crown witnesses were con-
cocted. The more they look at the
evidence the more they will get
suspicious. In a criminal case th
accused always has the benefit of
the doubt.

It is up to them to accept the
evidence of Edey, but there were
inconsistencies in his accoun
Edey was on the witness stand and
they saw how he gave his evidence
to the court. The prosecution
must prove its case beyond douot
and they have to decide if the

@ On page 7.

was finished.
Colonial Office Grant

The colonial Office had treated
them very generously and had
granted a sum of money to enable
them to put up permanent build-
ings to replace the facilities that
they had lost.

Mr. Sherlock said that Mr. Hugh
Springer had been of tremendous
help to the University College as
Registrar. He was very well in-
deeq and his wife and himself, he
knew, would like him to give
their greetings to Barbadians

While in British Guiana he
that he was very much encouraged
by the way in which ihe extra
mural work was developing under
the guidance of the Kesident
Tutor, Mr. Adolph Thompson ana
with the assistance of the Advisory
Committee. Recently, some very
successful work had been done in

sald

collaboration with the Trade
Unions and the Labour Depar.-
ment.

Here in Barbados, he had taken
the opportunity of attending somé
sessions of the present conference
of the Directors of |
the Caribbean on the
Mr. J. Nicol, Education Adviser to
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare and Chairman of the
Conference



ducation 1
invitacion of

He expressed sincere thanks to
the Advisory Committee in Bar-
bados and Mr. Justice H. A
Vaughan for the way in whict
they were carrying on the extra
mural work while the Resident
Tutor, Mr. A Douglas-Smith i
away on leave.

———

is more advanced than many ot
the neighbouring islands, he per-
sists in directing a battery of ques-
tions to compatriots who ure not
hesitant in stating a candid opin-
ion on this matter.”

During the week he said he had
been subjected to a few such or-
deals and hoped that his replies
would accomplish their chief ob-
jective namely, the conviction that
if Barbadians were patient enough
to listen to the bona fide reports

from other colonies, they would
adopt a policy of greater intro-
spection.
Prosperity

“It is evident that a wave of
prosperity has set in during my
absence”, he said. “One cannot
ignore the evidences so plainly
seen, Even in my own little dis-
trict of Speightstown, severat

helpful projects have been carried
out

“On the whole, the desire for
education has inereased, and
though in a rapidly increasing
population one would expect to

learn that the schools—elementary
and secondary—are over-crowded,





one must recognize tI spirit of
s ane. manifested many
jarents in providing the best



teachers
The
ings

tant

Age Grouping

Mr. Walker said he did not war
to enter
issue

into
but stated

any
that

controversia

the presen
local anxiety over age-groupin
was overcome in St, Lucia si»
years ago by the application of ¢
modified pattern which did not
disregard individual ability, a
circumstavee which would neces-
sarily leaa to a retrogression tha
would have to be strongly resist
ed by the people, He hoped tha
a satisfactory solution would soor
be found for this problem in Bar
bados

Social Services
The social services had
widely extended in Barbados

beer

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W.1. Bowlers Useless On De

S. Australia Score

276 Runs for 6 Wkts.

From HAROLD DALE
SYDNEY, Dec. 7.
THE WEST INDIANS were again faced with a dead
wicket today when South Australia won the toss at Adel-
aide and the bowlers had to work their utmost to make
any impression on the State batsmen.

A. Bowley had obviously set his heart on a century and
cored the first 18 runs in 90 minutes and this on a wicket
that gave the batsmen chance to stand back and look at
every ball.

flis eventuz



hundred took five hours.

Duldig was concerned
B ¢ L Play Ca ble f curious incident when
A nd W ireless eg umpire. Duldig ran _ after

rom Valentine slipped
owler’s hand and

“ha ‘ os j. with his bat and carefully hit

C tn es: er aia ya four with a golf shot from the

in a
ball
from the
went sailing

jut to the vicinity of the square








Baan . + ape aah toall at the umpire’s feet
tonae, —— ae ay oo 7 The significance of this match
tinued December 15th, Play to- from the tourists’ point of view
day starts 1.15 p.m , iz the trial it offers to Marshall
y. Roberts (Capt.) R.A and Rickards, who if they suc-
wless,-C. B:> Lawless * Bric ceed, emphatically can almost
: B. M. Matthews, R. B. —e a place in the third
R. M. Croney, BE. StC. “enti eae i
ices ~ alentine plugged away hope-
z a Frost, N. T. Clarke, fully as usual, but Ramadhin is
a w having a lean time on wicket:
4 that deny him any help at all.
s STRALIA IST INNINGS
Rugby Results vine rersone viene 32
© Bowley not ou 109
LONDON, Dec. 6. Pavell e Marshall b Valentin °
Results of the Rugby Union Duldig Worrell b Ramadhin 26
County Championship games .in Ridings ¢ Gomez b Ferguson 46
the United Kingdom today are: fngiand c Rickards b Valentine il
North Midlands 9, Warwickshire tangley not out 10
14, Notts Lincs and Derby. 5 Extras a
East Midlands 6; Oxfordshire 9, Sotet doe € -widhew) . 276
Leicestershire 12. “



FOUR WIN ESSAY
CONTEST PRIZES

R. Michelin, Com-
ot Police, presented
prizes tO the winners of the Essay
Competition yesterday morning.
The competition was run by the
Police. The subject was “The
Value of Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs
a Community.”

Two people shared in the fir
prize. They were Mr. Geoffrey M.
Birkett and Mr. Charles Cheese-
man, They each got book of
ten tickets for the Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs raffle.

Colonel
missioner

7. awareness of the

responsibilities,

expected civic
whien ig to be
ulumately theirs. To teach them
‘hat the Police are, con.ary to
pre-conceived ideas, incuicated no
loubt by their seniors, their
potential friends, and not.to be
afraid of by law abiding citizens.
fo inspire by example and pre-
‘ep., the desire to emulate tfie way
4 life, from which they have
proof, that pays handsome divi-
aends. Could any intelligent per-

in



a



The second prize, son deny tig cammunity the op-
which was also a tie, was won by portunities offered by these clubs
Mrs.. Alma Watson and 15-year- to promote those ideals among

old Wilfred Wood. Each
tickets for the seme raffle.

got five so large a percentage of our youth
population?

The seed has been plamted
fertility spiritually assured; it is
now left to the gardeners of the
oul and body to ensure germina-
tion, careful tending through the
period of infaney and adolescence,
for the fruit of maturity to be
judged worthy of illustrious an-
cestry. There is a direct challenge
to the Ministry, Scou and Girl
Guide Leaders, Y.M.C.A. and all
such kindred organisations, to do
a job of work that will resound
to their everlasting credit as time
allows the interest on their labour
to be assessed.

The results of these
cannot be expected to

4 | ei
, its
essay sent lu

follows:—
bados boys’ and Girls’
Clubs

Facts that need no proof are
alluded to as being axiomatic. The
need of clubs for youth in any
community should by now almost
be consiGered in the same ligni,
but for Barbados it is nearly like
flogging a dead horse, so obvious
is the requirément. The cause
for wonder is that it has taken so
long for this pressing need to be
realised by those with the welfare
of the istand at heart. Perhaps
those nearest seeing least applied

by Mr.



t was as

Bai

schemes
be either





in this case and it was left .o an spectacular or immediately appar-
energetic and resourceful Com- cnt, but like the tiny coral the
missioner of.Police, only of com- Work must be intense, persistent,
parative recent arrival, with the unobtrusive and ever diligent so
courage of his convictions, to that one day the island must ap-

pear from what now seems a void
no hingness.

launch this laudable scheme. May
his ‘efforts: be crowned with the
suceess they deserve.

paraphravye a memorable
sch from our then King, Ed-
‘d VIIl — “There are countless
thousands of children denied the
n.atehless blessing of a happy

Having presented a case for the
inauguration of the clubs the next
siep is to devise means whereby
iney may be kept alive and
vigorously able to prosecute their
aims and objectives. Raffles can-



herme under the influence of @ not be expecied to supply the con-
united mother and father.” These tinuous stream of finance neces-
unfortunates are handicapped sayy, especially when the momen-

trom bitth, Dirt, disease, desert-
ion are a combination that no dia-
tribe cen-—cure, In the progres-
sive youths’ club dirt is elimin-
ated, disease easy of detection and
the calamitious impact of desertion

tum becomes progressively greater
and the machinery of administra-
tion achieves high gear. There is
the golden opportunity for one - ‘
the political parties now engaged
; in the fight for survival, to give
is softened; wherefrom a loyalty ‘this cause their official recog-

conceived, however nebulous nition, backed by adequate funds.
first, which must give birth tofwhat better way to spend, say
a very promising ideal. £10,000 annually, from the Labour





Youth is exuberant, cepriciousm welfare Fund, than on the child
and wilful, How necessary therfl \f the labourer? With vision, and
it is for their energies to be

roper planning in these early
ears, a correlation with the Eve-
ing Institute can be created, and
rom early youth the tendency for
some branch of specialised train-
ing be stimulated and encouraged,

direeted into proper channels! Th
spending of leisure time hag lon
been acknowledged as of prim
mportance, even among those en-

ved with all of the advantages.

w at percentage of mark-up is to the welfare of all concerned.
therefore necessary for those with- Numerous possibilities present
out? Inealeulablet hemselves — have we the leaders

However hackneyed the phrase qualified to direct and promote?

that the boys and girls of to-day
are the men and women of to-
morrow it is irrefutable: so when

Colonel Michelin's foresight and
wisdom has given us Clubs for
our less fortunate youth — it is

it wer #0 “ idely known and 50 now squarely the responsibility
tranquilly accepted; that our youth of our Government primarily, and
n their thousands were without

the public generally to prevent a
premature death. Now is the time
for all men o* goodwill to rally
to the cause.

the facilities, whereby their bet-

instincts could be matured and
could any serious think-
individual challenge the feasi-
7, not to say compelling neces-
clubs?



13 ID’s IN NOVEMBER

Ten cases of tuberculosis for
November are among the notifi-
eations of infectious diseases for
that month, which have been re-



of youths’

What it may be asked are the
alms and objectives of these clubs?
Under present sponsorship I take
them to be:—To provide accommo-

on where children may gather
in surroundings that are conducive

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John Goddard—A Profile
By Peter Ditton

LONDON.
On April 21st, 1919, John God-
dard was born in Barbados, The
event, marked by the usual family
celebrations, was due to have
more far-reaching consequences
than could ever have been imagin-

ed at that time. The son of a
now wealthy businessman and
store-owner, John Goddard was
to become captain of the first

West Indies team ever to win a
Test match against England in
this country.

Now he is leading the West In-
dies team in Australia, in a. bid
to wrest from them their post-war
superiority. So far his efforts
have not met with success. The
West Indies were well beaten in
the first game at Brisbane. But
I believe that when the series is
complete, they will have establish-
ed their claim as the world’s No.
1 cricketers.

What manner of man is John
Goddard? He is not a_ great
cricketer when compared with

other members of his side, such as

Worrell and Weekes and Rama-
dhimn and Valentine, But he is
nevertheless a great leader and

a man who gets the best possible
results from his team.

I had the opportunity to spend
some time with him two summers
ago, when the West Indies were
in England and I realised then the
great influence he exerted over
his team. To a man, the West
Indian players admire and respect
Goddard and anything they fail to
achieve under his leadership, they
could not do under any other cap-
tain,

Goddard’s own abilities we did
not see to the full on his visit to
England. His batting never reach-
ed any great heights, although it
is only fair to say that his dogged
52 in the last Test at the Oval was
one of the main reasons why En-
gland had to follow-on and were
eventually beaten by an innings,

In fact, the last Test was un-
doubtedly Goddard's best match
of the tour, For when England
went in to bat, he exploited his
tight-hand, medium-paced leg-
cutters so successfully, that despite



Hutton’s gallant undefeated dou-
ble century, the follow-on was
enforced.

Probably in a batting side not

as well equipped as that he now
captains, Goddard would be seen
to better advantage, As it is, he
either does not get called upon,
because so many runs are on the
board, or else he has to come in
when wickets are falling cheaply
and play a dogged, defensive role,
Either way, his natural flair
for’ attack is not given free rein
And as he is a left-handed bats-
man, that is all the more unfor-
tunate, All the same, we know
him to be capable of great things
for in 1943 he was concerned in
an unbroken stand of 502 with
Frank Worrell—of which his share
was 218.

As a bowler he can be extreme-
ly difficult to play. Accuracy is
his strong point; he is not fast
By no means can he be said to
measure up to the requirements of
the ideal opening bowler for a
Test side. But such is his faith
in Ramadhin and Valentine, two
tireless workers, that he is main-
ly concerned with getting the shine





ported by the Acting Director of {off the ball and then he sets them

to work, So far his confidence

There were two cases of enteric| has not been mis-placed.

On the field Goddard sets a
splendid example with his brilliant
close-to-the-wicket fielding. His
favourite position, although he is



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There he has
catches which
small part in making
Val the successes they

One in particular that
my memory is the
Which ¢ issed Parkhouse
Second Test Lord
made in the last over o
when Washbrook and Parkh
both well set, were threatening
destroy the advantage gaine
the West Indies in the
Parkhouse made an o
a ball from Valentine,
outside his off-stumy; He
well, The ball absolutely
the bat 3ut it did not
the ground and Goddard, standing
not more than five y from the
crease, dropped his id an
made a truly magnificent catch to
end the partnership and set the
West Indies on the road
tory.

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mixer. He can
idely varied
and sensibility
in | bearing. The
firm. le

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a
freely
ae
ed
but
field is
groomed but nor ho
ance His dar! hair
rushed ¢ € h side i ne
centre |
easily on
giving }
stockiness
ceptive. Hi
he owns his own hor

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talk

good
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is a devoted husband

His wife, Gloria, anc
children—all girls
important to him

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even his beloved cricket
it must have taken a great dea}
of persuasion by the West Indti
Board of Control to get him to
to Australia dar told
when he was I e in 1950 it |
did not think he would underta
any more tours abroad. “I en)
cricket”, he said, “but I do n
like being away from the family
so long.”

Having been persuaded, in the

interest of West Indian cricket, t





alter his mind, Geddard will s
no efforts to “deliver the ¢
This may be his last big appear-

ance in big cricket, as he likely
to go full-time into his father’s
business as a chartered account-
ant, on his return home

So far he has never been ot
the losing side in a Test seri¢
It will be a fine ending to a fine
career succeeds in maintain-



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Films, Children — British
Council — 9 a.m,

Lower Courts — 10 a.m.

First, Second and Intermed-
iate Division Cricket at
the various grounds —
1 p.m,

Police Band at the St.
Andrew’s Playing Field—
4 p.m,

Sunrise: 6.00 a.m

Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

Moen: First Quarter, Decem-
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Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tiae: 12.15 a.m; 12.22
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Low Tide: 6.22 a.m; 17.17
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Non-Suit
Judgment

Because of di crepancies in the
the Court of Appeal
Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
J. H. Hanschell, yesterday
non-suit case Con-
Beckles of Porey Spring,
against Beres-

idence



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Stance
56,Phomas, brought
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Mr. D, H. L, Ward represented
Beresford McKenzie
lice Magistrate Mr. J. R. Ed-
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Beckles told the court that she
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ere relatives, one her sister

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hd the other her daughter. Her
sist gave evidence to the effect
th he heard McKenzie admit
hat } i tl money for her
he vughte iid she saw
1other ve McKenzie

money on two occasion
McKenzie denied having been
ven money to keep for Beckles.

Admitted Debt

ir. Ward pointed out that while

r had said that when
he heard McKenzie admit owing
th money, Beckles wa present,
yet, Beckles had not spoken of
hat occasion,

He said that Beckles’ daughter
Eulene had said in evidence that
he lived at her mother’s house
wh her mother had given the
fir: mount of money. When her

gave the second amount,
iid she was living at Bank
had gone up at her

r to spend a day.
r mother on the other hand,”







e said, “told the Court that her
; hter eame up at her to get
clothes.”

Besides, she admitted that when
he told him about the money he
truck her in her face. It would
heme been strange for him to ad-
mit it before her sister after he

ada ~d it before when there
va itness present.

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work of the Evening Institute and , by PZ

St. Lucia Education

@ From page 5.

Workers’ Education Groups must
be highly commended.

He said that he did not have an
opportunity to visit any of the
schools; but he had heard enough
to convince him that the right
attitude of the teachers was
major problem here.

a

If a teacher is really interested
in the human lives among whom
he works, no method of organi-
sation would preclude his zeal for
enlightening nis charges. There
must be a greater personal touch
established between the teachers
and the cyficers of the Department
who should be regarded as friends
and advisers and not spies. It
would do the average teacher here
great deal of good to witness
rmony which exists in other
»s betwen these two bodies
who are working in a co-operative
effort on the same project. The
teachers’ influence on the pupil
should then be lasting and effec-
tive.

Mr. Walker said that he was
glad to recognise this week, sev-
eral men in whom he saw the
boys he once impressed, and was
now impressed by their achieve-
ment.



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grave discrepancies be-
3eckles’ evidence and her
witness, She should however, be
given a chance to bring the case
again if she got better evidence.

She was offered and aecepted a
non-suit judgment.



YESTERDAY’S
WEATHER REPORT
(From Codrington)

Rainfall: Nil

Total Rainfall for month to
yesterday: 1.00 in.

Highest Temperature: 85.5°
F.

Lowest Temperature: 72.5°
F.

Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.954;

(3 pum.) 29.854.



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN
Iii tasers cette amc

Chase Will Seek 20,000 ATTENDED S¢. Joseph Round-up: Merchants Should Money Unclaimed Hams Arrive HARBOUR LOG
EXHIBITION Suri Road Cease Buying Preston Waithe, a Barbadian, Sch. Maren, ‘Henristta, "Sch. edith
e 8 urinam oa ~ bp Ee a 5 oe rara on August 16, Ninety six cases of hams from Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Wonderful
To Remedy City ~ the Annual Indcoeie Exhibition Goods Front U.K. Waithe \

unclaimed $231.18. Montreal were landed here yes- ‘ lor, Sch, Mary E. Caroline, Sch
n ; + » oe 4 : ; ine = terday from the motor vessel 4. sch. Mandalay Il MV. Cc. L. M.
on Wednesday and Thursday. Impassable Mr. W. W. Reece told the elec- Peter with the Demerara Baux~ ©anadian Constrfictor which call- sluytman, Sch. Amanda T., Sch. Lucille















is employed as a car- 1 Wonita, Sch. Adalina, Sch. Molly























This was a record attend eee orate last night at Cox Road ite Company, Ltd., Mackenzie ed during the morning M. €mith, Seh. Lady Noeleen, Sch.
Tt ar rd ds », On . M ad, wy, : arcana Sie, ; during € rning. Clouda S., Mr, Blue Star, Sch, Anita
Tt Thursday night the crowd was The Surinam road in St. Jos eph ae Church, that _ althougn ea ‘sbeek ah a’ me : a Cansdian — Commaructer ISO HS Mandalay “IL, Mi, C1. M,
| ws over 15,000. was impassable to. vehicular traf - pate, had Jncroesed. and increasea his “last pl ace of omplosment us brought for Barbados 10,000 car fannis, Sch. Gardenia W
a Yams, potatoes and other fic on Thursday and again yester- SOMSiderably, yet the prices ot @ rpenter up to the time of death t©DS Of beer, 1,000 sacks of spri ‘ ayy) ge
‘ ground provision is well’ as Gay morning. ‘ goods were soaring every week. (I at * a . are a 7 i suse, Wheat flo ir, apples, cheese, pickle Wells, fr : ‘London ; et. "
. fruit were sold at the Park yes- A large stone was blown from id “pal eRe tae ee ine Geor ylown ae it, frozen poultry, onions, MV. Stenton, 1,083 ton§ net, Capt.
The tenantry roads in the City are in a very disgraceful terday morning. A large crowd, @ Cliff nearby and stopped in the ‘got to be tackled. We of the Elec. He died at 70 Da Silva St, Patent medicines and clothing from "iy. ‘Canadian Consttuctor, 3,93. ton
condition and if you do me the honour of sending me to the ate vation the Pa ee eae ae [ee ons tors’ Association feel that the only Newtown, Kitty, East Coast c ee ports et, Cabt.’ Andewen, trom St Laeie, 7
ae : * * c a 4 “&., ‘ > Park ake Pe@ss< . as ray » ta : hristmas tree was among tl noone nilter P aie
House of Assembly, they would be the first thing I would purchases. A eae men were working on the way to do this is by ceasing to a ; ' oak Stontes al - vh vit net, Capt. Stewart Bet. Saeee
‘ ae as ‘| ar 5s fr, . a8 " . g Mc »g while ;
seek to get remedied, said Mr. Victor Chase to the large This year the canes were cut Stone yesterday, in order that the ion rn Se Re ee ee- f », moderate supply of fruit « me MV. T. B Madar, 116. ton net, Capt
rowe rhe rr ; > -eting an sold > sricultural road = sh . ade ass. be j See ae Sh 7 7 . itch Stee te oe :
: Bs Sr ned out to listen to the political meeting of as Id Pg oo ic ultural oats, should be made pi mint There should be no bulk pur- Inter. BA, I QS88eC8 trom St. Lucia Mite he il, for St. Vinewst sii aul
he Hiectors’ Association at Baxters Road cz Tuesday night. Were “removed beteoen woe. men gchase system at all, said Mr. ‘The followng have passed the . The Canadian Constructor was . . s~ * teece arches . i“ , acte 3 t g f
ius meeiing was heid in sup- increasing the price, pu: aside day night and yesterday morn : . * devon et : —— = Intermediate Bachelor of Arts tne oe sail ee: = fen
porc of the candidature of wir. some financial reserve. it is Handicraft and needlecraft exhi Ra . ; @ as betore, be Examination briish Guiana via st. Vincen
. wit, & a @ § s é a - ains during the pas ow days, aga re 500 : . , nan ad Ty 7 ~ S
Chase who is seeking election to therefore only reasonable that bits were removed yesterday caused. Guster ao . : the ; eer wieae ie aupue one Browne, Elon Benoni, Private “i od t “Me ax cant a A ystin : eawell
S sse e > Jover > ‘ . Ys 5 one oe a actures them. « » G - - sned to Messrs. Gardiner Austin
the House of Assembly 2s a rep- Government should offer them othe ee ae : Chimborazo Road which wasi{Chis would create competition and study; Goodridge, Rudolph Val- = Co Ltd ars, Gare ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.
resentative of the City of Bridge- some help. e Park for a few hours had damaged earlier this year, repair-#xeep down prices and the people entine, Barbados Evening Insti- “ “ r Se
town, : a disorderly appearance. A num- ed and was damaged ag ' pyr people tute and Private study. Harewood, From 8T. VINCENT:
Mr. Chase said that } ld Economy ber of urchins searched mone i . was ore eee A@wvould get what they needea at a Clayton Athelstan Barbad a iy Muriel Richards, Frank Hudson, Eliza-
' > saic at he woulc Dae stata dldtistee was : : s £ shed amo pile-driver was brought the ‘easonable price. = pistan, Barbados ~ be s 1. Philip Sherlock
take up the matter of the roads at gar industry was the one the wh, apes ning Institute and Lynch, Milton DECREE NISI cm BRITISH GUIANA:

refuse for paper hats, coins during the week and work is

' eS = are ats, r g is ex-] \V

es = an and a nut or sweet. pected to start on this reed soul r
a siand, : a for The booths were already strip- it was learnt on Thursday

encouraging the establishment of ped of their r 5

a : The “war >yiene From BRITISH GUIANA:
Cleon, Private study. The Hon, The Acting Puisne "Cifoline Cruickshank, Frederick

The following Higher Schoo! ?“48e, Mr. G. L. Taylor yesterday jewel, Hester E. Adams, Christopher

Reece was speaking at the
litical meeting of the Electors’
Association which was held in sup-

the highest level, “with His Maj-
esty’s Secretary of State for the





. 5 ; si ‘ , + anted decree nisi in the Court Duncan
Colonies if necessary.” He said decorations and . ¥ = ft . dice cs . Candidates have completed in : : 1
: S y. sa industries to help that economy, work ; Bia port of his candidature and Mr, : . o Divorce and Matrimonial
hat w aa ee” an , > e ¥, workmen had already begun t ees > Ps on tae exemption from the Intermediate ‘‘ * oo. Ps RES — .W.LA.
whe ean car dese would was an imperative one. dismantle them . ° A large number of holiday- a note ygee ge be a a as Examination . ~~. Causes, in the suit of Colin L, Bat- — ARON THURSDAY” -
ae eht to the peo- Mr. Chase wen speak 2 3s ‘ . ivaded B: nebs ne House of Assembly as the re- : . c titioner, and Laurna A. Bat- ID AI
ple in the areas. These were the rt Fon to Speak of The fuss of the one hundred makers invaded Bathsheba on presentatives of the parish of ,,/®niss, Rupert Leon, Barbados petitioner, and Laurna A. Bat~ rer TRINIDAD

the need for the provision of com- ang first . : - Thur F m n, respondent Oswald Reid, William Lewis, Iris Deane
; ;: J ! s é st Annus strix So hursday and enjoyed a lon eS} dent,
amenities which he considered pulsory d Annual Industrial Exhi joyed a s

very necessary for their comfort

Evening Institute and St. John

Christ Church,
Se ot Bruce Carlisle, Private study

Both spoke of the service they

i Seti te eae , Francis, Cecil Babb, Ernest Parkinson,
M L, Williams instructed by Yittcria Welch, Maurice Joseph, Jesse

education, and also the bition is now a faded memory, SWim, apart from bathing they ;
Messrs, Haynes & Griffith, solici- eager, Antonio Hidaleo, Luisa Hidaleo,

need for more secondary schools The scene will be revived at the Tan about on the sand and had





















Problem For Some Time and schools for technical and vo- one hundred and second Exhibi. long walks as far as Cattlewash. oe aye 1 SO", Feten ane nee ; a a ofa, apreared for Colin Baten. ‘ Hidalce ‘Veopldo teal Graydon
sferri > ‘OS -ati E ini “ ~ ' * * ge BY “re ° . aS ns Sey , “lis, Sheila Wells, Carlos § a, Maris
. Referring to the high cost of cational training. “The kind of tion next December, told how they had been instru- Xmas I'ovs Arrive Sierra, Lisle Citens, Elva Sellier, Anthony
iving, Mr. Chase said that the education that our boys and girls . " ‘ on ; v = Aleazar, Henry Alcazar, Anthony Martin,
local importer was at the mercy receive today, determines what Work at the majority of Sugar- one en aes Christmas toys arfived for Ba: 40 PASSENGERS Jaima Germain, Roland Delabastide
. . 7) ' * > vac rie: yreEeSs z setling a ac ona lee - — we & = .
of the exporter to a certain ex- men and women they will be to- Ed ti T . ol eee " x eae - standposts in the parish in one bados yesterday by the Harrison DUE ON GOLFITO 0 Seteeeeen Gramie Tull, Bent Toft.
» tent and therefore he thought the morrow,” he said. ucation alks terday. This oe iS in prepara. year, along with three the Vestry liner S.S. Planter. Forty passengers will be arriv- rar PUERTO RICO
' increasing rise in the cost of liv- Rent Restriction ae , tion of the on Br gies sea- had provided. This, they said, was The cargo was varied and in- ing here from England on*Mon- | Dr. Clyde Cowan, Mr, Herbert Ascough,
ing would remain a problem for Mr. Chase told of the need for Finish Today ao at See without precedent in any other Cluded, gin, sherry, mayonaise, day by the T.S.S. Golfito, passen- ee i Gaee tte ae
some time. He thought, however, a Rent Restriction Bill though he ~ There are no fewer than thirty parish. It was a record, ketch-up, Cod liver oil, pilchards, ger ship of the Elders & Fyffes poneroy. ;
that in order to ease the burden thought, he said, it would now be | The Education Conference which factories expected to grind canes \ further report of this meeting canned cod roes, tinned soup, line. She will be sailing for ror DOMINICA:
with regard to the food situation, somewhat late, people having been 1S meeting at Hastings House during the next season. At some Will appear in a later issue. coffee and tea, She is consigned Trinidad the same night. syd Flook, Cecil Chambers, Norma
>) S . 97 4 sie ‘ . ad . ovr Pe Ps ne . . . f e, . TY , > av yy " , s « € . . a ba c .
Pui bc ee again insist allowed to sky-rocket their rents under the chairmanship of Mr. factories new parts are being in- EMIGRATION AND to Messrs Ma Costa & Co, Ltd Up to yesterday wore ev iibing Simmonds
on landowners planting a certain as they pleased “Tf rents are J. L. Nicol, O.B.E Educ: . es had booked with Messrs. Wilkin- INICA:
‘ ; ' ms ° sea. s - h , BE, ducation stalled an thers are being reno- : ‘ From DOM :
amount of their-land in vegeta- stabilised on the basis that exists Adviser to the Comptroller for voted a mene DEEP WATER HARBOUR son & Haynes Co., Ltd., to sail wWitiam Hindle

on ApG provisions. “It was a today, I think they will be very Development and Welfare, has ARE THE ANSW. S RODNEY LEAVES oe ey na rowel, eee
ore grave mistake to have al- high indeed,” he said. Neverthe- been working steadily throughout ’ Mr. S. A, Walcott told the elec- FOR CANADA rm
ore law in this connection less, he thought Government the week and expects to finish its Playing for R. Sealey XI vs S tors of Josey Hill, St. Lucy last 7, ‘i Fan Ht us
” Gplatinn ue an, ; should attempt to have some re- task at midday to-day. Scene XI on pri lle fa ‘last Might that emigration eae * bi te R.M.S, Lady Rodney cleared Red Bid Defeated I ire D mages ouse
Spez ne sixty or more vision of the situation, and more- The Conference was addressed O S 7 ees oe ~y water harbour would help solve A Teena Sescal : igi
fishing bobte that had been des. un’ aautenha traiee eaten E was addressed Car] Sealey took 5 for 9 includ- H . , ‘oblem in Pert last night for Canada via the * . > A FIRE of unknown origin
; . 4 ; spector to go on Thursday by } ore : aa oe s» the unemployment problen ae : Continued From Page 1 A D -
troyed # couple of d 5 es Ie ee enteiees” ay ean ing the hat trick and scored” & Barbados, British Norshern Islands after But dalegntee were saveadibed which occurred at The Ivy, St.

ays ago, Mr. around and inspect the houses lock, Vice Princip:
Wuhan 6oe . | é a s Ses : = pal of the Uni- snes yy . ; ' i -
Chase said that it was only a week that people rented, to make sure versity College of the West Indies es Mr. Walcott was speaking at the to take the floor to explain their Michael, on Thursday night, dam





se
ne





spending two days here loading







e 2 ‘he avite > . The Mobile Cinema paid an- , ho snciation’: ica] Sugar, molasses and rum . 7 .
before in Chapman's Lane, that these people were getting the on the subject of a seminar on ane San no St. Joseph's during Electors Association's ; foo al : votes. The Russian and Polish aged the eastern end of a hous
he had stressed the necessity for service from the house for which literacy and adult education which the week. This time it was in the Meeting which was being here 2 delegates made the familiar charges 16 x 9 ft. owned by Millicen

Government to give every assist- 2y were pay “There i s ort of the candidatures of Mr ‘ , . aggrese- . antity slothing

ance atid qnostiengamant’ poasinks ~ . ioe at ik?) aR FS ode is + it is proposed to hold next year in Almshouse Yard, and was placed Et. wera and himself as repre- THE MILL BED PLATE tbat the uN a re ae Hinds _& Soren of cle
Dé ~ ssib doubt abo i” 6 Mair, ase sald, Jamaica After debate on the in a position which afforded a lib- (7 ee ‘ f oieea ~ sion agains ne Soviet anc al- was also burnt,

Perens raer / “4 . ses é Dh aes s . : . . sentatives for the parish of St. vrnaien , .

to fishermen, in order that with many people rent houses that subjects involved, it was agreederal view for the inmates who ee ue ase yer eset THE Barbados Foundry fabri- kans state

their catches, the cost of living, le the > rai alls and as r “ate ate . Phe Asse j , a ad The Fire Brigade was summon-~
even in a small measure, could be ; a ee - te -. as ye Pe that the holding of such a semin- looked on from =, ae at the next General Elections ‘ = wae ate S é : : oie none ppc vonage Pha adIP am ed but the blaze was put out be-
wg oer en ea P i act are é fs ~ ar could prove most valuable. sallery, A large number of resi- . ard v spoke on Edu- ., Stale é owe wState re é uM . é eo ad ne
reduced. This he had emphasised plorable condition. Yet they Other suinects ousaer we the aekts sitended the show which #2 Myeueina we ‘cuilarations Factory and NOT the Central watchdog unit by 48 to 5 (the fore the fire men sencned Bb or
ai sai ws ty fact that in the charge high rents for these houses conference in the last two days was very interesting asixcituc other things said that age, Foundry as was previously Soviet Bloc) with one abstention, scene The damage is not ¢
near-future the price of certain and at the same time refuse to re- },.., i orn ee eke sae ’ ber : ae i Stated in these columns —U.P. mated

essentials as salted fish, beef, milk have been education in agricul- grouping should be abolished and |

pair them. ‘If the price of food is ture, commercial sducation. ; . compulsory education,
ete., would be considerably in- being controlled, rents should also ; a education, and E ee : aie” at Mi Stephen Walcott told the|
Wort F ; be controlled.’ It is an involved jeajs +3 OE ies sehoel electors of Josey Hill, St. Lucy
rnings F. Vishe > ‘ues x p ors x, 1e §6St, Elizabeth's oo. a at e Pe
arning or ishermen question but I think if member the same evening when a Politi- last night that emigration would |

Fishermen should have proper of the Government put their heads ee . help the island which is so thickly |
. Lett Of Adm ~ sein ne..enhd . , the help the island Ss }

protection from the weather, together and go carefully into the etters inistration 38 Page ee ld by the populated.

Llectors ASs & , é

There should be broadcast daily matter, some relief can be brought In the Court of Ordinary yes- } He said that it was impossible
ae the wa re s 3 : ; P ad heard some - ‘i ' ir

a forecast of the weather and to the people who rent houses in terday, The Hon. the Acting pce gee roy nny eet Sige ah The for the people to support their

warning of any impending danger, this island. It is a matter that I Puisne Judge Mr. G. L. Taylor menng Re ty held in support of children as“they would like.

so that the fishermen could pull shall certainly give my attention granted the petition of Malvina the candidature of Mr. Wilfred 7 : =

up their boats in time to avoid it. to if I be sent to the House as E. Bonnett of Britton’s Hill, a * . ma Churchwarden @R'@ + ~
Another encouragement to the your representative.” widow, for letters of administra- Ruthven Coward (C SESSIONS from page 5



medical services and school A






ELITE LONG SLEEVE SPORT SHIRTS in
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father, son or boy friend. Sizes small, medium and |
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i , 5 oseph’s ho is contesting
industry should be the provision Mr. Chase said that it was the tion to the estate of her husband ee a eahie seek. Siz, Anan srosegtition Hie MGB ies. Simao S$ > 95 |
of refrigeration so that the fish intention of his Party if they got Simeon Bonnett, Tee aes ri si > senior and I ron Pye Peel 4 Sere retihinilateiibdabeudbabianicteincnnieviavndtiieais Pe |

F V ; ’ paar) and Mr. Smith are the senior a the prosecution.must prove that

could be preserved when there a majority in the House, to extend | Mr. D. E. Malone, instructed by unior representatives (for the ward, the accused, was the man
were large catches, the hospital, provide more medical Mr. R. C, Chapman, Solicitor of act few years) in this parish. that d 1 the act and that he did
“The fishermen have given the attention there and pay some Messrs Carrington & Sealy ap- P®™ : ; A ee















> " i ent. They—the Jury
public faithful service,’ said Mr. special attention to the provision peared for the petitioner. Be WAR “ a Te facts.
Chase, “service which is always of a maternity ward and a pre and The wills of the following peo- Al ti of & Mi a yo co Se told

» “Ss s always g j é a @ Sit 7 ; robate: » r. eld, Crow Sel,

fraught with grave danger to them- ante-natal clinic. All these pro~ PIS, Tete qi et tO ee st, Mass Evacuation the Jury that from the evidence it | VIYELLA WOOL and A, ELITE LONG SLEEVE SPORT
selves. In their present plight it jects had his wholehearted sup- Michael; Wyatt Kaylor Gooding, x . ie B oi was only one man who broke COTTON SOCKS.. Sizes 10 oO, SHIRTS in self colours of cream,
is the duty of the Government to port. = St. Philip; Mabel Bailey, St. Mi- Camiguin €giIMS — idey’s hand, and that man was to 11% ins. in shades of ? blue and grey. Excellent for
come to their aid. If this is not “I am asking you tonight to give chael; Elizabeth Allamby, St. the accused, They were in the Ra

those who prefer sober colours.

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white, black, blue, brown, ,
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PER PAIR... 2 - OE



done I am sure the people of the me a trial as your representative yyichael; Selena Whitney, St. MANILA, Dec..7. court to Judge the case on the evi-
island including myself, will stage in the House,” said Mr. Chase, “I Peter; Cherles Evan Harewood, Philippine naval vessels began gonce.

the biggest march ever, to go to want this opportunity to represent g¢ John; Ar a Rose Jane Craw- the mass evacuation to the island “ ippe prosecution * had brought
Government House and put their the interest of you people in the ford, St. George; and Joshua of Mindano of thousands of per- witnesses and each of them told



case before His Excellency. I be- City especially, and the island aS Augustus Field, St. Peter, sons left homeless by four erup- j)6 court what they saw. Sst.

HE? lieve that every member of my a whole. Remember the associa- ———— pera - - ; tions of Mount. Hibok on the jriehingon said that he saw no
Party will stand behind this 100 tion that has existed between us we can be of the greatest use to island of Camiguin, solicemen with. sticks. . ‘ s
P rs ‘we have you. I am sincere and I am ask- pe OLD ENGLAND PYJAMAS



per cent. for the many y ‘ i obs an They saw the witness of the
; “It must be borne in mind that known each other. ing you to give me that chance io A Red * ao SO ete Ieee the I iaeasion on the stand and it |
Government have fixed the price “Mr. Mottley, senior member carry out these plans I had in Pa eo be ee bAlity * Res- was said that most of them were |
of fish so that when there is a for the City in the last session of mind in your interest when on the #! the mit © honcesatinrady Res- relatives and they would be biass- |
scarcity or an emergency such as the House, is also one of our mem- last occasion I was defeated at the oe ae s neodl = ered. 236° bodies (

the present, fishermen cannot by bers and if you send us both there polls by only a sn ae ; "



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LETS in merecerived liste
and art silk, fancy stripes
and bright designs

Sizes 10 to 1114

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make for comfortable sleep-
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— Si ereEt The Red Cross said that sani- stand for the defence and they
= tation and housing problems at were not relatives, Yet, owing to |

the relief centre of Maninog on the fact that the accused isa mem. |
ithe south-eastern coast are be- ber of the Police, they, the Jury, |












ming acute. must not be afraid to discharge beatae ieal
to —U.P. their duty to the Crown, $1.31. $1.32





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PAGE EIGHT

CLASSIFIED ADS.

TELEPHONE 2508.



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announcements in Carib Calling the;
charge is $8.00 for any number of words |
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additional word. Terms ca&h. Phons 2506
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death
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DIED
FORDE—On December 7 1951 Julia
Augusta, at her residence Lower
Burneys Tenantry, St. Michaei Her
funeral leaves the above residence at
480 this afternoc for St. Barnabas
Churet
Colvin, Terence, Gerald Forde ‘sons
Gladys Haynes. Louise Scott, Rhoda
Smith, Irene F klin (daughters)
Lieyd Wood (sc -law), Reginald
Walter Gordon, Eustace, Pauline
Marjorie, Joyce (grand-children)
8.12.51—In



PHILLIPS: Oswald H. Phillips, at Brook-}

lyn, NY. on November 15, 1981
Geneva (Wife), Erle, Hartley,
Robert, Oswald ‘Sons) Lisle
(Brother May, #isie and Ive
(Sisters) 8.12. 51-——-1n

IN MEMORIAM

GREEN—im lovi nvemony of our deor
mother Laura Green (“Titta’) who
was called to the Great Beyond De-
cember 8th 1950.

God saw the road was getting rough

The hills were too steep to climb

So He gently closed her weary eve

And whispered peace be thine.”
fiver to be remembered by her childrer

Claudius, Montauge, Joseph.

New York Paprts pleasé copy

Sa

HUNTE; Carmen Elaine, In loving mem
ory of Our dear one who fell aslecy
on December Sth 1950

“Called to higher service

Hatris and Family
8.12.51











Sydney
In

MAYNARD James Gordon tn fgnd
rem mberance of my dear Husband
and loving father who died Detemt

193)

And the stately ships go b
To their haven under the hill
But oh for the touch of a

ished hand—

And the sound of

still’

Rhoda (Wife)

rent

a voice that is
Riven and Trévor (chia-
8 12.51—1In



ANNOUNCEMENTS

$5 in goods and with your cash bill
you fet a guess-coupon: how
screws in jar? You ean
EKCO radio It certainly. pays to shop

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



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PUBLIC SALES

REAL
A LARGE
on 6,800 sq. ft.





ESTATS:



storey Buildin standing
having a covered floor
Bpace of 6,000 sq. ft. upstairs, and 6,000
Sq, ft. downstairs, 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



REDFORD LODGE, Bedford Avenue
Four bedrooms with fttnning water and
all modern Conventéncés, 3 minutes walk
from the Yacht and A tic Clubs. This
gesidence stands on approximately 24,000
Square feet of land with several fruit
trees, and is anged that it is possible
to be conver and built into a block
of flats

For inspection and further details apply
on the premises or Dial 2259.

8.12,51—3n









Top Rock haying 4 bedrooms, Dining
Room, Sun rit i . 2 y tiled Toilets

tl
Kitehen, Ou ah 2 Car Garage, Servant
Room, Play Room, Toftet and Shower,
dual Entrance. The Above Property can
be purchased fully Furnished. For viewing
HOUSE and FURNITURE, 5th Ave.
Belleville, House contains 3 bedrooms,
and all modern conveniences. For par-

ticwars phone 4792
CE ee a ee
LAND: 1 Acre of land at Gibb's, St.
right of Way to sea. Apply: Wesley

Bayley, High Street

4 12.51—2n

—
now possible to obtain “BETONA”" Bun-
galows from Holland, with Asbestos
and heavy wooden beams for roof sup-
port, ‘Two bedroom Bungalow $7,700.00

EVANTON
and showe h Het Water, Modern
The Gardens are well laid out having a
Ring 5010 or 8657 6.12.51—4n
dressing room, Dining Room, garage,
. 7.12,51—3n
Peter, adjoining “WYCHWOOD” with
“CPREPABRICATED™ HOMES; It is
Cement walls, Pine floors, Tiled Roof,
and Four bedroom Bungalow $9,200.00.

All prices include Commission, Duty,
Ward-robes, Kitchen Cupboards, Paint
and wood preservatives Also a 10%

discount is offered for cash sales. Leaflets

showing full details may be seen at K. R

HUNTE & Co., Ltd Phone 4611
6.12.0—6n

———
WORTHY DOWN, Top Rock, Christ
Church. HKaving 3 bedrooms with con-
necting Toikts and Showers Large out-
side Balconies, Lounge, Dining Room,
built in cupboirds throughout, Outside
2. Car Garage, 2 servant's Room,
Laundry, Toilet, and Shower Being
fully enclosed. For viewing ring 5010
or 6.12.51—4n

“a





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Charles Burgess of
Baltle, St. Peter, for permission to sell
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c. at a shop
attathed to wall building at Baltic,
St. Peter

Dated this 5th day of December 1951
To: SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”’

CHARLES BURGESS,
Applicant

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

o’elock, a.m :
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”
8.12, 51—1n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

GENERAL ELECTION

Electors are reminded that they
can ascertain the number of the
Registration District in which they
are registered from any Police
Station of the constituency.

2. Notices are being posted
giving the boundaries of the Reg-
istration Districts. These notices
also give the address of the Polling
Station for the District and this
information has been published in
the Press.





4.12.51—2n.
S FURNISH
in Christmas Style

STYLISH New and Renewed
Wardrobes, Chests-of-Drawers,
Vanities and space-saving Dressing
Tables, $14 up, Stools, Beauty-
Redsteads in 4 sizes with or with-
out deeper sleeper Springs, Laths.
Separate Siderails, Night-
chairs

‘+

TABLES in big range of woods,
shapes and sizes for Dining,
Kitchen, “Fancy and other uses,
China Kitehen and Bedroom
Cabinets. Waggons, Larders

DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in Morris, Tub, Rush. Upright,
Easy and. Berbice Chairs—ALL AT
MONEY SAVING PRICES

L.S. WILSON
SPRY ST.

MAL SOE SOOO 66

PLISOOSE SESE *

SOOIOCO








































AUTOMOTIVE



CAR
om

Plymouth Sedan
Waterford Plantation,

Offers to J, B.
St. Michael
6.12. 51—3n
FARGO PICKUP--Steel Body, Steel
Lumber Carrier. Five new tyres, Engine
in first class condition—Phone .
or contact Acme Cycle Co., James
$.12,51—2n

TRUCKS—Two Fordien Thames 5-ton
Trucks in good working order’ Done
inder 8,000 miles. For particulars Apply
W. IL. Biseult Co., Ltd. Phone 4337.

4.12.51—6n



St





MOTOR LAUNCH 26 ft stongly built
Motor Launch, latge cabin, ample head
Som. Morris Vedette Marine Enging.
Really good condition, To be seeh at D. R.
Young's Gas Company





ELECTRICAL

OR. Phone
9.12.51—la



SUNBEAM ELECTRIC RAZ
“1.



LIVESTOCK

PUPS—Pure Bred Bull Master Pups.
Apply Mrs. John Goddard, Dial 3784,









BULL, MASTIFF PUPPLES Unrelated
purents registered Kennel Club
Harford Norwood, St. James



#.12.51—3n



FLEMISH GIANT RABBITS Apply:
Harford, Norwood, St. James
8.12. 51—3h

MECHANICAL

~ BICYCLES—In. good condition. Apply:
FP. J. Deher, Phone 3695 or 2476
8. §2.51—2n









TYPEWRITERS:
made

Forty to fifty young turkeys hens and
cocks, 100 imported Leghorn pullets—two
aviaries with Australian lone birds. Sold
Medmenham, Pine Hill.

8.12.51—2n

48 lots or singly



MISCELLANEUUS



AMERICAN BRASSIERES Pink

Shoppe



AMERICAN AND
WARE—Drinking
Tumblers, Cocktail

lasses,
Glasses,

reasonable prices.



Car Batte



St. Dial 4205. 8.12.51—3n



Brief Cases, Leather Wallets,
Purses ste., Beautiful
Gift at THANT Bros.

7.12. 51—t.f.n,




BISCUITS in Farieyv
Palmers, Jacobs ete,
Xmas Gift Obtaina’

es




ie
at

the follow.

CAR TY:

in to
550 x 16, 16, 600 x 16 * 16
625 x 16,'500 € 16, 550 * 17, i» x 18, &

S00 x 19, algo in si
Enquire Auto Tyre Co.
Streets. Phone 2696,

tock truck q
Te ee
. tin

COAT: One Ladiés Black Coat, Smmll
One Ladies G Coat and Skirt. Large
Smith, Fleetwood, Erdiston Afi
Phone 4043 8 12.51—I1n



(a

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

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

HAN DBAGS-— Imitation
Plastic
in a









CHTLDREN'S
leather handbags. Two for $1.00,
Handbags with shoulder strap
varlety of colours 98 cents,

4.12.51--6n

CHRISTMAS CAROLS.--A_ supply of
these just received. “O corte all ye
faithful”; “Hark the Herald Angels sing”;
In Dulet Jubile’, “Once in Royal David's
City"; “God rest you merry gentlemen";
“While Shepherds watch"; “We three
Kings"; “The first Nowell”; ete. Dial
2878. Da, Costa & Co, Ltd. Electrical
Department. 4.12.51—4in





EVAPORATED MILK--Wholesale or
Ketall Espetially the Famous and Pop-
vier “GLORIA” Brand. John D. Tailor
& Sons, Ltd. 33, Roebuck Street. Dial
m0 8.12. 51—1n

FISHING BOAT —The
“RUBY”. Ready for use with new sails
end all equipment. Apply—Mra. Coty
Carter, Palmetto Square 8.12.51—1"

Fishing Boat





&

e a nice
is.

12.51—2n





WANTED

SIX AGENTS (Men and Women) for
Co-operative Trading Society Lid, Good

FOR SALE | prompec

Commissioners; St

Apply to the Hony. Secretary +
Club Building, 53 Swan. Street,|
2 and 5 p.m 8.12. 51—2n

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & §CRAP
GOLD PURCHASED. GORRINGES,
ANTIQUE SHOP. 2.19.51—t.f.0

USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of
the British West Indies at Caribbean
Stamp Soeiety, No. 10 Swan Strett.
3.12.51—1n

purchase for Road
Joseph. Ring 95-245.



Pres
etween











WINDLESS—To

or write G. R. Hutson, Chaifman, Black-

7.12. 51—2n !

A few more Swiss
ermes Baby Portable Typewriters





and
White, sizes 32—38, $1.50. Modern Dresé
4,12.51—6n

ANADIAN GLASS-
Decoraved
Colourful
Fony and Juice Glasses, Plain Tumblers,
Champagne and Wine Glasses all at most
Excellent gifts for your

friends or yourself G, W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD, 5,.12.51—6n
BATTERiES—Heavy duty Truck and

* 15 and 17 plates. Enquire
Johnson Stables & Garage Ltd. Coleridge

BRIEF CASES: Pute Egyptian Leather
Ladies’
and everlasting



mans, St. Joseph.

w. D TO RENT
HOUSE: bly near the sea, fully
furnished, with 3 or 4 bedrooms, Refrig.
erotor and all modern conveniences from
15th December. Phone: C. E, Smitten,
2971 or 4171 7.12,51—3n
WANTED TO RENT
MOUSE or FLAT: Smal! House or Flat
in the vicinity of Garrison, Beckles Rd.
Prittons Hill, ete. Apply to Advocate
Advtg. Dept. in Writing.
7.12. 51—3n

PUMLIC NOTICES

4.12.51—6n





NOTICE

The Parochial OMece at Bennets, St.
Thomas, will be closed on WEDNESDAY
28th November and WEDNESDAY 12th

Fr. F. PILGRim,
Treasurer, St. Thomas,
4.11. 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

I HEREBY give notice that the Annual
Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
of St. Joseph and St. Andrew will be
held at the Police. Magistrate's Court
District “F" 6h lay the 21st day of

December 1951,
J._R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
District *
6.12.51

London, | December, 1951.

Par.






an





have arrived, First come, first Served. '
at K. R. Hunte & Co.,'Ltd,, Lower] LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
snligistiotat a ee ae oh s6n) I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the parish of me
Michael and that part of Christ Chure
POULTRY within District “A” will be held at Police
Courts, Dist. “A on Thursday 20th
December at 11 o'clock a.m
POULTRY—Saturday and Sunday.

Dated this 5th day of December 1951
E. A. McLEOD, *
Police Magistrate, Dist, "A"

5.12 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the Me 1952 for the CITY OF
BRIDGETOWN will be Held at the Police
Courts, Dist. “A” oh Thursday 20th
December, at 11 o’clotk a.m.

Dated this 5th any, of e 1951

:

4 H,
Ag. Police Magistraté,
Disttict “A”



5.12, 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Application f a Néw Liqdér Lleense
Undér “The Liquor Licenses

(A it) Act i912
RUPERT ‘orn SPRINGER, Shop-
keeper of Hannah Village,

Nr. Grave
Yard, St. Lucy, at a boarded and shingled
Hannah Village, Nr. Grave Yard,
Lacy
Dated this 5th day of December 1951
To: SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

Police sapere. Ris oes

RINGER,
Applicant

N.®B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing .Court to nie



on Wednesday, 19th day of December
at Police urt, Dist. “E” at 11 o'elock
a.m

SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “E”
8.12.51—1n

FOR SALE

MISCELLANEOUS

SALTED NUTS: Planters Peanuts &
Dutch Nuts, Salted Almonds, Cashew
Nuts, and Good Peanuts 40c ih W. M
Fod, 35 Roebuck Street, Dial 3489

7.12, 51—2n

STOVE: Caledonian Dover Stove, in

good working order. Dial 2149,
8.12.51—2n
Se
TINNED FRUITS: Peas, Peaches,
Grapes, Guavas, Fruit Salad in tins
W. M. FORD, 35 Roebuck St. Dial
s489 7.12. 51—2n
aan EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeee
TOOLS—(1) Héadvy duty Circular Saw
(1) 12” Thickness Plane. (1) Lathe and
Tools; (1) Spindle Holder and Cutters
G,. S. ROSS W.I. Rum Refinery. Dial 2978.
8.12.51—4n











TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals
Large Size American Plastic Dolls. All
one Price, 84 cents cach. Modern Dres
Shoppe. 4.12.51—tn







WATCHES: ery beautiful Ladies and
Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany.
Gold Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each
You must see them at THANIS Pr, Wm
liry St 5.12.51—t..n

WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine
Leather in a variety of Multicolours,
with zipps all around also photo compart.
ments Makes a fine Christm
$1.80 and $288. Modern Dress $









100%

Scarves with map of



ano silk







GIFT PAPER: Christmas Gift Wrap- | Barbados and sceneries of the Island ric:
Hing Paper, Six sheets for 25 cents. {tolours and scenes. Yes it's THAN,
Shop early at G. W. Hutchinson & | Where you get them. 3
Co, Lta 5.12.51—4n } 5.12.51—t.f.2

GALVANISED SHEETS A limited .
quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft, to © hildren and
10 ft, Attractive prices. Enquire Auto Housewives
Tyre Co. Phone 2696. 1,12.51-—t.f.n. R evel
dlephshenieaiicennciianil a aetna tian I n this

INDIAN SANDALS: Colourful and 5 eason The

fancy. Ladies hurry before all go. Shop
at THANTS Pr. Wm Henry St. Dial 3466,



a In panties,
slips, nighties and brassieres in large
variety at THANT'S. 5,12.51—t.f.n

ee

MINCEMEAT: Chivers Mincement 60 o
per bottle, Chivers Plum Pudding $1.20
each, W. M. Ford, 35 Roebuck St, Dial
3489 7.12,51—2n

—_-_—__-_---~-
OW CLOTH & CONGOLEUM-—In very
lovely patterns. Shop for these and other

household items at THANT'S
§.12.51—t.f.n

rs for bed-
THANE,







STRAW MATS—Fan
room at $1.84 each at



5.12.51—t.f.n
_STOCKPORT KHAKI DRILL: The

King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast
aye, Reduced at $1.52 a wd, Discount for
wholesale purchase, THANI BROS. Dial
66, 5.12.51—t.f.n

————

STOVES: The Famous Florence Stoves

are now available from Laurie Dash &
Co., Tudor Street, Dial 5061

6.12. 51—2n

SHAVING BOWLS,

in Bakelite Cases,

Lavender Scented
an excellent and use-



ful gift for Xmas Price 3/- ahd 6/-
each. KNIGHTS 7.12.51—2n
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Queen's Park between the Plant Section









yésterday. Finder please return to Mrs, | Se y
J. M. Hurdle, Weilches Road or Phone hachoved
4099. 7.12.$1.2n, | =~
HOUSES on eciaaer va
BUNGALOW: From Ist Ja Situated |
sel Gane ea Prom ist Jan. situate OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
2.12, 51—3) #
ue
FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET Vi
buitable for young lady. to share with “ essel From Leaves Barbados
fhe other in flat, use of kitchen and a —_ 4¢ ”
at ee Ho" TTARE RIES ANE Landon, te New 1th De
HOUSE: Upper Prospect, St. James.|S.S. “ASTRONOMER” .. Glasgow 5th Dec. 17th Dec.
Apply to irene Gooding. Busby, Alley. |S.S. “DALESMAN” Londen 7th Dec. 20th Dec
8.18.33 —0n) we as - ‘
——_—_———— eee ——
ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
water, with or without meals. In Wood- Vv
side Gardens. Dial 3356. essel For Closes in
4.12,.51—t.f0 Barbados

ST. ELMO, Maxwell Road from the 15th
r ember It consists of three



v ndah, drawing and dining rooms, 4
bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchen, water
toliet and bath, and garage. Apply to
D’Arey A. Scott, Magazine Lane
8.12.51—2n

| SEAFORTH, Worthing on-the-Sea, 4

bedrooms ahd all modern conveniences

lror further particulars, Dtal. 2974.
5.12.51—4n

MISCELLANEOUS

AMPLIFIER—One Amplifier good for
Political Meetings. Apply L. LEWIS
(Shopkeeper), Spooners Hill, St. Michael,

8.12.51—1n

EDUCATIONAL a



|

{







VACANT POS
Meadmiastéer, Grenada Boys’
Sehool
APPLICATIONS are invited for filling
the vacant post of Headmaster, Grenad
Boys’ Secondary School. The salary o
the post, which is pensionablé, is $2,980
(£600) per annum rising by dnnual
increments of $96 (220) to $3,120 (£650)
per annum in addition to a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
M80 6( £100) per annum. Appointment
may be made at the maximum salary of
the grade if necessary, should the quali-
fications of the candidate appear to
justify such a concession
2. The qualifications required are a
University degree, professional training
in education, appropriate experience, and
an interest in elementary school work,
At least two testimonials should accom-
pany the application
3. The Headmaster will be required
to take charge of the boarding estab-



Secondary













1.12.51—2n,



lishment in consideration of which he
will be provided with freé quarters,

4. The average daily attendance of
the School is 300 and the boarding estab-
lishment edn accommodate students.

5. Applications should be addressed to
the Administrator, Administrator's Office,
GRENADA, and should be received not
later than the 15th December, 1951,

(S¢d.) W. MACMILLAN,
Administrator, Grenada.
Administrator's Office,
Grenada, B.W.1.
NOTICE
Re the Estate of
ALFRED TOBIAS PHILLIES

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the estate of Alfred Tobias
Phillips late ef Strathelydé in the parish
of St. Michael in this Isiand, who diced
in this Island on 28th day of January
1951 are hereby required to send fn thelr
claims, duly attested, to me the under-
signed Timothy Theophilus Headley,
Public Trustee of the Island of Barbados
qualified Administrator to the estate of
Alfred Tobias Phillips deceased Public
Buildings on or before the 15th day of
February 1952 after which date ¥ shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
said estate among the parties entitléd
thereto having regard to the debts and
claims only of which I shall then have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion and that T shall not be liable for
assets so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice,

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their ac-
counts without delay. "

Dated this 7th day of December 1951, *

TIMOTHY THEOPHILUS HEADLEY,

Qualified Administrator to the Estate
of Alfred ‘vobias Phillips deceased.
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Greaves) of Half Moon Fort, St.
Lucy for the past twenty years
and it is my intention to re-
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Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Steward and

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$1,632 per annum, and will be subject to a deduction of 4%. in accord

early Jan.
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ance with the provisions of the Widows and Orphans Pension Act, |

1928 (1928—3). In addition, 4 non-pensionable cost of living allow-
ance will be payable in accordance with approved rates. Uniforms
are provided.

2.
made subject to the selected applicant being passed as medically fit
for employment in the Public Service.

3. The minimum educational qualification which will be accept-
ec is a pass in the Cambridge Local School Certificate or a similar

The appointment will be on two years’ probation and will be |

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GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR, MAIN KIT(
GENERAL HOSPITAL

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

Applicants should not be over 40 years of age,
éd a satisfactory standard of education, and should
experience in housekeeping duties on a large

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Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later tha
1951.

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MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING
HOSPITAL

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35 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital

The course of training is available only for Nu
qualified for and received their General Nursing Ce¢

The course ‘will extend over a period of
will commence on Ist February, 1952.

Applieations should be addressed to the Matror
pital, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should
than 15th December, 1951.

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DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Service

Applications aré invited from teachers (women) with at le
years’ teaching experience for the Headship of the Edghill Men
Girls’ School, St. Michael.

The minimum professional qualification required |
A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in accordance with the Governrne
Teachers in Grade I Elementary School

Candidates who have already submitted
| spect of previous vacancies (now filled)
panied by a recent testimonial. All
application on the appropriate form which may be obt
Department of Education. All applications must be
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the
and must reach the Department of Education |
cember, 1951. Candidates are
their disqualification,
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examination of equivalent standard, Applicants should be between
the ages of 21 and 30 years.

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

5.

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DEPARTMENT — BRITISH HONDURAS

Thefe is a vacaney in the Education Department, British Hon-
duras, for an Education Officer,
Duties.

In addition to the general supervision of elementary schools the
duties will include advising teachers on teaching methods and school
organization, assisting in the organisation of pupil teacher training
and performing such other duties as the Director may decide.
Qualifications.

Applicants should have been trained at recognised training col-
leges, Should possess a teacher's diploma or certificate and should
have teaching experience in elementary schools; a University degree,
though not essential, will be un additional qualification,

Emoluments.

The salary will be on the scale $1,464 x 72—$1,824 (£1 Sterling is
equivalent to $4 British Honduras) the point of entry being depend-
ent on age, qualifications and experience. There is also a provisional
Cost of Living Allowance of $280 ( £70) p.a. The revision of salaries
it at present under active considération and it is expected that the
The post is pension-
Vacation leave is with full pay, free leave passages being

Free passages will be provided for the successful candidate,

Applications, accompanied by copies of two testimonials and giv-
ctor of Education, Barbados,
They should state fully, particulars of

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“frazzle of crushed ice.”

of the twin cities of St. Paul and

golden eggs has been discovered
at Huelva, Spain, _It had laid two

exes With 25-peseto coins in
yolks when these owners decided

have’ discovered a secret hoard
of the coins nearby.

School boys and girls of Los An-
geles do not know is apparently
plenty. 18% of the 11,000 officially
questioned did not know how many

could not answer simple arithmet-

tell the time.

previously unknown has been un-
earthed
Hill, South Australia.
Prime Minister and 40 Members
of Parliament are to inspect the
find.

birds for New Zealand sportsmen,
Canadian geese are now on the
list of destructive unwanted pests.
New Zealanders_prefer ducks and
pheasants to the high-flying, hard-
to-shoot geese,

five are calculated to eat as much
grass aS One sheep.

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RED BID TO OUST ¢

As U.N. Members
Stage ‘Wild Fight’
ON ASSEMBLY FLOOR

PARIS, Dec. 7.
The United Nations General Assembly smothered a new

Soviet bloc move to oust Chinese Nationalists, touching off

one of the wildest fioor fights in the U.N.’s history.

The Soviet bloc move was quickly voted down 39 to seven
with four abstentions. At this point, the Soviet delegates
Jacob Malik and his two Communist colleagues—one of them
a shouting lady delegate from Czechoslovakia -opened a
determined effort to get the floor and explain their vote.



From All Quarters :

The Flasher
Tells Speed

Berlin: Motorists exceeding
the speed limit in Berlin will be
revealed to the police by a col-
oured light flashing from the car
roof, if a new invention is made
eompulsory. Connected to the
speedometer, the roof light
switches itself on when the car
exceeds the speed limit — in Ber-
lin, 25 m.p.h.

Copenhagen: British and Danish
pilots, descending on the island of
Silt during air manoeuvres, for
coffee, found that cream was
missing. A Danish jet pilot
offered to fly his plane to Karup



is carrying on

—was equally determined.

Jebb called for a rapid vote on
whether the Assembly wanted to
move on to the next item, and was
supported, Malik persisted. Then
the Polish delegate, Julius Katz
Suchy, a veteran of many. floor
fights took up the cudgels, He was
followed by the Czech Foreign
Under-Secretary G. Sekanova Car-
tova, who reaped much publicity
as a result of her speeches at the
Japanese Treaty Conference at
San Francisco.

In fact, the whole brief com-
motion was reminiscent of a sim-
ilar squabble at the Japanese
Treaty session, when the Secretary
of State Dean Acheson took the
floor away from the furious and
wildly gesticulating Pole, Stefan
Wierblowski, Like Acheson, Jebb
ended matters by merely calling on
a non-Soviet delegate to take the
floor,

airport in mid-Jutland, if the Sequence Of Events
RAF supplied fuel. They did.| The fast moving sequence of

Twenty minutes later the Danish
pilot was back with the cream.

New York: For the first time on
record, a 5-mile stretch of the
Mississippi river has become a
Normal-
ly, when it freezes, a sheet of
ice forms across the river but the
water continues to flow freely
beneath this, Owing to the
phenomenon, the power turbines

events ran like this:

The first item before the Assem-
bly was the report of the seven
member Credentials Committee of
which Byelo-Russia was a member.
That Committee reported that it
had approved of the credentials of
all the delegations.

But it noted that Byelo-Russia had
been on the short end of a six to
one decision to support Chinese’
Nationalists. To drive home his













aan may give out at any Kisselev, had put forward a res-

. olution for Assembly action, call-

ing for the ousting of representa-

tives of the Kuomintang—Kaise
Government,

Jebb explained that the Assem-

bly last month had voted to ban

Madrid: A goose which laid

; for a duration any new proposals
ae Po Se ee ik i to expel the Nationalists. But
supposed that the goose must] ©@ther thani squelch the new move,

he was willing to consider a reso-
lution to reconsider the ban voted
last night.

The Fireworks Start

Finally, the United States dele-
gate, Ernest A. Gross argued that
there was no reason to lift the ban
on “oust the Nationalists” moves,
because Chinese Reds were still en-
gaging in aggression against the
And 3% could not \U.N,

Then the fireworks started.

Malik tried to get the floor on
a point of order, But Jebb would
have none of it. The Britisher
finaly won out by asking the
Assembly to vote whether it wan*-
ed to hear Malik and it did not
—by a vote of 20 seven with 20
abstentions.

Jebb finally asked the full As-
sembly whether it wanted to move
on to the Balkan item and again
he was supported 21 to six with
10 abstentions.

Washingtom; What the High

months there are in a year, 9%

ical questions.

Sydmey: Uranium ore of a type
54 miles from Radium
The State

Wellington: Introduced as game

Canadian geese

A Customary Move
are the only birds that graze and

It was at this point with the
Soviet trio, still fighting for the
floor—that Jebb called on Sevilla
Sacasa who was a rapporteur of the
special Political Committee that
handled the Balkan issue,

The Assembly, in a move that
has become customary for the
last couple of years, voted to act
without repetition of the full de-
bate that had been heard in Com-
mittee.

Rome; An untamed brown bear
from the Carpathian Mountains
weighing: 70st. has been success-

a tumour on the liver. It took

safely; the operation lasted only
half-an-hour. The bear belongs
@ On page 7.

Less Than Half U.S. War.
Prisoners May Come Back

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 7.
A Communist newsman suggested that fewer than 5,000
Americans may come back from Communist captivity in
Korea. Communists, so far, have disclosed the names of only
174 American war prisoners. However, the United States
Defence Department says that 10,865 Americans are missing
in Korea. “On the basis of any war,” said Chu Chipong Chip-
ing, a newsman from Communist China, “you can expect

g,
less than half the missing to turn up as prisoners.”
General Ridgway also said that ——— -—— +

i j ics r h nan :
5,000. of “the icmoaha ieee ‘* Adenauer Pledges
To Repair Damage

missing in action, may be found
alive in Communist prison camps.
Done To Jews
LONDON, Dec. 7,

However, Ridgway based his
estimate on what he said was
evidence, indicating that mdre
than 5,000 American prisoners

Konrad Adenauer, West Ger-
man Chancellor, answering ques-
tions after a speech at a luncheon
of the Foreign Press Association

have died in Communist atroci-
said the Federal Government con-

ties.
He put United Nations troops
sidered it an ethical and moral
duty to repair the damage and

deaths altogether from Commu-
nist atrocitiés at nearly 6,000.

injustice done to Jewry by the
National Socialist regime.

Chu, who is covering the armis-
tice conference here, reported
that the Communists have com-
pleted the paper work, listing
war prisoners.

But he indicated that the Reds
were holding back information
in an attempt to win further
concessions at the truce talks.

He said that most U.N. prison- |

the recent declaration made in the
Bundestag in Bonn on the sub-
ject was ‘enough and what other

ers were being held in Far) measures he contemplated to bet-
Northern Korea, He said that the! ter German-Israeli relations

feds have issued coats to the} :
prisoners with the arrival of The Chancellor replied that
freezing weather. He added,| wrongs done to the Jews by the
“not very good coats, but as|Nazis is heavy moral burden for
good as we have ourselves.” the German people.

—UP.

But the Assembly's Vice-Presi-
dent, Sir Gladwyn Jebb—sitting
for President Padilla Nervo, who
his private talks
with individual Big Four members

point the Byelo-Russian, K. v.|



ee eee

aa la

Adenauer asked whether he felt |



|
%
Et
‘ee

RAE OUT caught in slips by Tan
Johnson, bowled hy W. Johnston

| during the Second Test Match at

Sydney cricket ground on $0.11,61.
—Consolidated Press Photo,

Reject New |
‘U.N. Inspection
Programme

PANMUNJOM, Korea Dec. 7.
The United Nations have pro-
posed a new truce Inspection
Programme, and in an abrupt
about race promised to discuss
the withdrawal of troops from)
Korea later in the armistice talks. |
The Communists tentatively
rejected the Three Point U.N, in-|
spection Programme at the truce
Subcommittee, but agreed to study
it further, The Reds also side-
stepped at least three new separate |
moves for an answer to the Allied |
request for the appointment of a}
second Subcommittee to begin the|
immediate discussion of the ex-|
change of war prisoners, }
The U.N. delegation presented |
this new truce Inspection pro-|
gramme at the afternoon session: |

The Armistice Commission and |
joint observation teams ghall |
have authority to observe that!
ground, sea and air ports of}
entry, and communications
throughout all of Korea are as



mutually agreed” to by the two
delegations together, with free-|
dom for the above teams over;

the principal lines of communi-
cation throughout all of Korea.

2. “The Armistice Commission
shall thave the right of joint
aerial observation and photo-
graphing over all of Korea.

3. The Armistice Commission |
shall have the right of the com-|
plete observation of the demili-!
tarized (buffer) zone.

The Communists rejected the
programme on the grounds that
it merely was a re-statement of!
previous U.N. proposals ‘

—U.P.;



Cannon Can Fire |
Atomic Shells |

WASHINGTON, Dec, 7

The United States Army has}
perfected a cannon to fire atomic)
artillery shells, which, according |
to Army Chief of Staff, General J.!
Lawton Collins, will be ready for
battlefield use ‘in the not too dis-
tant future.’ He indicated that
the:shells may be the United States







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RAE CAUGHT

Peace Negotiations

By FRANK H. BARTHOLMEW

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 7
Every General command ng
with whom this correspondent
doubt that a workable ceasefire
Reds by negotiation,
There is a similar uniformity of opinion
hard and fast starid of General Ridgway
tiating team in support of the basic |
the U.S. entered the Korean conflict.

cmnininaeeyecoennadenabcsioaatenbocumeiome ne

talked recently, expressed
can be attained with the

upholding the
and the U.N. nego-
principles for which

| oe ie Opinion exists as to
; whether the peace talks them-
Advocate Selves have been worthwhile. One

substantial sehool of thought con-
tends that the war will eventu-

Relief Fund



ally have to be fought to a con-
The Fund for _ destitute }clusion anyhow and the sooner
fishermen has received good |the U.S. cease to waste time and
a, Oe igh [get about the inevitable job ahead,
‘ y cause. 1¢ sooner the t S CE come
Will you join the BAND OF |[ipome | “'® OOPS can come
CHEERFUL BARBADIANS |). becomes clehi to UF ieee
who give generously for the ||; 4. that th, a ere aT
bacaiis oh humentist ie corea hat the aggressive mil
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Give NOW and save the \ from 17.& « se p ve.
island’s fishing industry. Fish || fr oo 5 oldic rs and South Ko-
is a staple dict, and nutritidus | |7°82% Many of whom believe in
4c esoueg that no truce line will
. result in

“He giveth
giveth quickly”.

permanent peace any

twice who ;
7 | more than did the artificial border

Send your

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contribution to the Advocate jf the 38th Parallel,
Office NOW. —vU.P.
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Command ers Doubt |

U. Nations, Reds Settle Boundaries

PANMUNJOM, Korea,
Dec. 7.
United Nations and Com-
munist Liaison officers agreed
on the boundaries of a condi-

tional demilitarized buffer
zone, stretching 145 miles
jacross Korea. The agreement

scheduled to be signed by
the staff officers of both sides
jat 8.00 p.m. on Saturday,
It will into effect on

|December 27 if the rest of the

go

irmistice has been agreed
jupon by then.

Staff officers have been

working over maps_ since

decided upon. At times they
were in session until 4.00 a.m,

The zone
miles wide
either side
demareation
width

terrain

is roughly

1i miles
of the
line —

owing

23
on
ceasefire
but the

to

varies

the



November 27, when a provi-
sional ceasefire line was

Heavy Rains
Batter Cairo

!

CAIRO,
Heavy rains have
Caird’s

cally

communications, Practi-
no telephones are working
Tram bus services have been
greatly curtailed and water is
still lying several inches deep in
some parts of the city.

Air services
suspended
morning,

from Cairo
night,

were
last this

they

but

were reported

Dec, 7
dislocated

[have been resumed, Weather ex-«

perts say that the rainfall which

was accompanied by a_ violent
thunderstorm last night, was
one of the worst that Cairo ever

expenienced,
U.P.

Full Membership
In U.N. For Italy
Suggested

PARIS, Dae. .7,
Nations
54 to



The United

Assembly voted five with

one abstention Friday to instruct] tell
Italy
| than it was in 1936,

the Security Council to

admit
Italy to full membership,

The Soviet Union in the past]
used the Security Council veto to
block Italian membership and

| Ase the Soviet bloc opposed the

CZECHOSLOVAKIA’S President, Klement Gottwald, |
said that R. Slansky, the ex-Secretary General of Czecho-
slovakia’s Communist Party, was arrested while preparing
to escape to the West, “with the aid of agents of the West-

Gottwald made this disclosure in a major speech at
the meeting of the Party’s Central Committee.
Same time, he said that Slansky, who was arrested on
20, had been expelled from the Party and all

Assembly resolution it appeared
she would continue to do so.
Sponsors of the Assembly reso-
lution argued that Italy already
is a non-voting member of the
Trusteeship Council—she admin-

»P se C , rishe
istered Somaliland for the United | te ore eaten
frontline divisions in Korea | Nations and should be given full| !@¢ died from wounds receive

membership
too,

so she could vote

Red MIG 15's
Remain North
Of Yalu River

5TH AIR FORCE ILQ.,
Korea, Dec, 7 |
|



Communist planes remained
north of the Yalu today, ending
the longest streak of the Korean|
war in which many Red planes!
had been knocked out of the skies. |

For the first time in |
the Russian-built
which have

12 day
MIG 15 jets,|
swarmed south of the
Yalu, like so many wasps,}|
lurked within their Manchurian |
sanctuary, \
The operational summary to 6.00
p.m, said that tactical aircraft of
the Fifth Air Force flew 103 effec-
tive sorties through low-hanging
clouds and rainstorms.—W.P.

“Czechoslovakia Will Not |
Be Another Yugoslavia”
Premier Gottwald

VIENNA, Dec, 7. |

At the

Jarmilataussigova Tausigova,
his “accomplice” and a member
of the Central Committee had
also been arrested and expelled
from the Party on charges of
aiding Slansky in his attempt to



overthrow the Comrnunist re-
gime.
Gottwald’s speech, made to

the Central Committee yesterday, !






I lla Neryvo of Mexico in a last was broadcast at noon today in|
answer to Russia's superior mili- ditch ¢ ipt to break the Big!place of the regular newscast. |
| tary manpower, $6M APPROVED FOR Four Disarmament deadlock. (Gottwald said thst t? “liquida-|
| Along with other tactical atomi ‘ Western powers reacted to|\tion of agents in the Party has
arma’ felag’ Gepeiapen, he BUILDING SCHEMES gg gale. Bid | dead ar ir hs 5
that they will greatly enhance , Our Owr onde k compromi “memoran-~}§ akia will not be another}
j the power of defence” and “al KINGS'PON, J’ca., Dec contained but believ-; Yugoslavia.” He also announced
iwill be powerful offer The Briti Colon ecret ed that he w trying to get the/|th 1 new Central Control Com-
| weapons.” ha approved the expenditur iB Four to ree to establish al ission for the Party has been
The General made it clear that; more than $6,000,000 buil 2-natic irmament commis-|established, and that two new
only the atomic cannon—not the| schemes following extensive d m with the broadest possible|members had been appointed to
shell—has been proved in field| age throughout the island ¢ jterms of reference. the Politburo.
—U.P.| tests. —U.P, jby the recent hurricane—0o,P. —U.P. —U.P.

turned down.





U.K. Army Demolish
Egyptian Houses

—TO BUILD “SAFE” ROAD

CANAL ZONE, Dec. 7.

The British army turned down Friday night a second re-

quest by the Egyptian authorities to delay demolition of

several Egyptian houses near the scene of clashes in the

Suez early this week. :

The British announced earlier that houses were being bull-

dozed out of the way on Saturday to make space for the

new “safe” road that the army is driving through to a

virtually isolated water filtration plant.

Plant supplies enter the British }-—--———— -
Suez garrisqdn with water and
also pumps water to ships docked
at Abadia. The British said they
hoped that by using the new road
they would avoid populated dis-
tricts and thus lessen the risks of
future clashes.

U.N. Kill
175 Reds

8TH ARMY H.Q., Korea, Dec, 7

United Nations troops captured
one advance hill position on the
Western front but lost another ta
the Reds farther east,

An Eighth Army communique
Said that three Communist squads
drove back a U.N, patrol in a 20-
minute fight in No Man’s Land,
south-east of Pyongyang on the
Central Front.

However, the Allies counter-
attacked and captured an advance
hill position. Farther east, Com-
munist units up to two plateons in
strength, struck shortly after mid-
night at five U.N. advance posi-
tions. The attackers were repulsed
at four points, but the Allies with-

















Delay

The Egyptian Governor of the
Suez asked for a delay when he
met Brigadier Walter Greenacre,
Commander of British troops in
the Suez area on the send off of
“aperation bulldozer.”

The Governor said he wanted
time to refer the matter to Cairo.
Greenacre refused. The Governor
asked for one week’s delay on
Thursday in order to allow time
for him to “negotiate” with the
British This request was also

A British spokesman said that



Egyptian householders would be drew at the fifth—wU.P.
paid compensation for their de-
molished houses He did not
reveal the proposed rate of corm-

Tories Claiming
Credit For Nation’s

Health Service

By JACK FOX
LONDON, Dec. 7

pensation.-U.P.

Italy Faced With
Over-Population



By ROGER TARTARAN Winston Churchill and his Con-
’ a servatives are so in favour of the
“Births: 50, ae a 4) National Health Service that gives
Every day these statistics, or}|!’ee medical care to every Briton,
one similar to them, appear in]}that they claim credit for it, That
a Rome newspaper. is the answer to anyone who
Although the figures apply} thinks Conservative Churchill will
‘only to the capital city, they}reverse socialised medicine in
demonstrate dramatically Italy’s | Britain,
increasingly serious problem of Since 19498, it has become an
over population. The new census} integral part of British life and
completed last month . placed| pot even Churchill would dare
Italy's present population at}reverse it even if he wanted to.

General | over

i

‘

formed the Police that the meet-
ing had been cancelled.

who

47,220,000-—-an increase of 4,426,000
the 1938 tabulation
But even those figures fail to

He doesn't.

It was under his wartime Gov-
ernment that’ plans were begun.
the whole story, because} Hut now that he is Prime Minister
today is smaller in area again, the Conservatives will
., |remedy what they criticised about
U.P. the Plan.

| Health Minister, Captain Harry
Police Colonel Crookshank plans during the long
Killed In Riots

Parliamentary recéss to study
TEHERAN, Dec, 7

just what can be done.
Teheran Radio announced today







Since the programme began in
July 1948, estimates of costs have
had to be revised drastically, as
each year progressed.—U.P.



n yesterday’s riets between stu

lents and National Front sup

sorters

The Radio also stated that the}
Communist partisans of peace,’

were to have held a mass
neeting this afternoon, had in-

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Pani Calli



SIR RONALD GARVEY, Gov-
n ern of British Hondura
g 2 Garvey arrived in B:
bados yesterday. They were me
at Seawell by Sir George Seel,
Controller for Development and
Welfare, Wing Commander Eg-
gigsfield, Director of Civil Avia

tuon for the West Indies and Capt



W. H. R. Armstrong, on behalf
of His Excellency the Govern
They are the guests of Sir

George and Lady

Cocktail Party

FT HE Elementary Schoo! Teach-

ers’ Association gave a Cock-
tail Party the Ocean View
Hotel on Thursday evening in
honour of the Education Officer
of the British West Indies
assembled in conference: at
tings House,

Seel.

t
at

now

Has-

Distinguished guests included
Mr. Philip Sherlock, Vice-Princi-
pal of the University College of
the West Indies, Mr. J. L. Nicol
O.B.E., Education Adviser to C.D.
and W. and Miss Dora Ibberson,
Social Welfare Adviser, C.D.
and W.

A very delightful evening was
spent as the guests moved in and

out among the teachers exchanging
views on the various aspects ol
education obtaining in the area.
Mr. A. G. Jordan welcomed the
delegates on behalf of the Bar-
bados Elementary School Teacher
and Mr. Deighton F. Griffith, Gen-
eral Secretary of the Caribbean
Unioa of Teachers spoke on behalf
of the Union while Mr. H. Hough-
ton, Director of Education o
Jamaica, replied for the delegate
Local Teachers attending in
cluded:— Miss May Clarke, Mi
May Gay, Miss L. O. Holmes, Mis
Ruby Walker, Miss V. Carter, Mis:
Enid Maxwell, Miss Ivy Alleyne
Miss Effie Alleyne, Miss M. Wal-
cott, Miss Ercil Osborne, Miss Ilsa
Taitt, Miss Alma Parris, Miss
ywen Winter, Mrs. Beryl Vaughan,
Mrs. F. Dear, Miss N. Pitt, Mr:
Cc. B. Jackman, Mr. C. G. Reid}
Mr. G. A. Brathwaife, Mr. S
Chase, Mr:






Mrs. KEITIT DEANE, one of the competiters, who took part in
the event Filling the Water Jug in the Gymkhana at the Exhibi-
tion on Thursday, leans over to put the last cup of water into her

jug. The event was won by Miss Diana Hawkins who won the
greatest number of points by a lady at the Gymkhana.

Trinidad Lady Barrister An Appeal

R. & MRS. RONNIE GIT- oo Committee of the Lazaret-
mv TENS just back from to Christmas Treat Fund are
Trinidad saw Miss Sheila Tee- again asking for any voluntary

lucksingh, daughter of Mr, Hen-

a , gifts that members of the ic
ry Teelucksingh, Managing Di- q " ot sg

may be willing to donate,

Mr. George Warner, rector of Teelucksingh Theatres @ me ina . .
C, Gollop, Mr. W. W. Blackman, pL ta,, and Mrs. Teelucksingn of a - a bane cane be
Mr. F. G. Downes, Mr. F, Barker.giTrinidad, admitted to practise as ‘ a of Mr. c “ Alla b Rae an
Mr. O. Hurley, Mr. C. V. S. Belle. gia barrister in the courts of that oe we all a ear arene. we
Mr. S. I. Smith, Mr. Clyde Barrow Colony. Mr. G. O. M, O'Reilly, Tec°lve all donations on behalf of
Mr. John Belle, Mr. Wilkie Cum-§x.C., presented her. The pres- ‘'€ Committee,
berbatch, Mr. Hugh Thorne, Mr.ijentation took place at Port-of- _ Any donor finding it difficult to
Bert Moore, Mr. Fred Parris, Mr {Spain's Third Supreme Court on Send their donation are asked to
E. E. Lorde and Mr. Gordon®December 4th. : contact Mr. Allamby (Dial 2235)
Belle. 4 Later the same evening Mr, 4nd arrangements will be made to

fend Mrs. Teelucksingh gave a collect same.
One Month @large cocktail party at their

R. AND MRS. Basil Coombs
and her little daughter Jen-
nifer arrived from St. Vincent on
Thursday by the

month’s holiday. Mr. Coombs is,
here in the interest of his health.
They are staying with Mr. and
Mrs. Bob Mosely of Black Roc kp
Off To Grenada

b

R. KEN ABLACK, Broad-!
casting Officer in the Eastern
Caribbean who has been in Bar-
bados for a few days attending
the British Caribbean Regional
Educational Conference having
discussions on Educational broad-

casting, is due to leave here this
morning by B.W.LA. for Grenada.

Lady Rodney.fTrinidad
They are in Barbados for af’Managing Director of Caribbean

Six Months
& MRS. JACK MESTIER

home in honour of their daugh-
er which Mr. and Mrs. Gittens

M*

attended of St. Kitts are planning
During their short stay in qa six months visit to Trinidad
Mr, Gittens who is just after Christmas, They ex-
2 pect to arrive there on Decem-
Theatres Ltd., took the oppor- ber 27th Mrs. Mestier is the
tunity of signing contracts with former June Guy of Trinidad.
various film companies including

ARKO Pictures. This was as a
result of discussions he had two
weeks ago in Trinidad with Mr,
Michael Havas, Latin American
Supervisor for RKO Pictures, It
is expected that Mr. Havas will
come over to Barbados for the
opening of the Plaza Barbarees

For Trinidad Races
NGwISH jockey, Frankie Durr
arrived in Trinidad on
Wednesday to take part in the
Trinidad Turf Club’s Christmas
Meeting.
At the finish of the English
racing season last month, he had

early next year, 7 ; P
‘ san eves > iden during the year in some
Contracts ‘for the supply of Piucen Cu

Warner Bros, ‘films had been 300 races, placed in 92 events

32 of which were winners,

Talking Point

He that seeketh to be eminent

previously arranged,
Christmas Holidays

Ee RS. R.M. F. CHARLES of Giiong able men hath a great
Majority Trinidad who was holidaying task; but that is ever good for
AJORITY of the twenty- with her parents Mr. and Mrs. the public.
four passengers _ leaving os yg a — ante! —Francis Bacon.
ach " . ., y for Trinidad astiings, ec or ominica as i
ein wane school chil- night by the Lady Rodney to Incidental Intelligence
dren returning home for Christ-" spend the Christmas holidays with FFERENCE between the tax

mas holidays,

Other passenger on the same,
flight was Mr, M. E. R. Bourne,}
Barbadian turfite. {

R.E.C. Meeting
Opens This Week

The third meeting of the Re-
goinal Economic Committee willl



be held at Hastings House during?

the week beginning Monday,
December 10. The following are
expected to attend:—

Barbados: Mr. G. H. Adams,
M.C.P., (Member); Hon, Sir John
Saint, C.M.G., Hon, K. R. Hunte,
Mr. D. G, Leacock and Mr. E.
SS. Burrowes, (Advisers).

British Guiana: Hon, Je

W.

her husband's relatives,

win Jamaica,
r

Rupert and _the








I
D collector and a_ highway-
man, says the New York Jour-
nal American, is that one has a

licence,
—L.E.S.

ock—47

She is the wife of Dr, Charles,
Medical Officer of Health Arima,
Trinidad, now attending a course

Lion
SS







clinks as he shakes it, Now





Raatgever, (Member). re closely, Rupert ‘
British Honduras: Mr, A. G. T. e is a hole in the works feverishly, and by the |

Chaplin, (Observer). ‘ vas been filled with the hole is emptied he has found
Jamaica; Hon. D. B. Sangster,) pebbles, "* This must be the place,” 12 bags all of = a me e
Member); Hon, Sir Robert Bar- } sreathes, Kneeling down, he ing them to the edge of the Lions

So Hon. R. W. Youngman, Hon! scoops them aw and soon he Mouth, he shouts happily to the

R. L. M. Kirkwood and Mr. J. B.“? uncovers a small leather bag that waiting admiral,

Clegg, (Advisers). a

Antigua: Hon. R. Cadman,
(Member); Mr, BE. Scott Johnston,
(Adviser).

St. Kitts—Nevis: Hon. R. Brad-
shaw, (Member).

Montserrat; Mr. D. R. Walwyn,
(Member).

Trinidad: Hon. A, Gomes,
(Member); Hon, H. E. Robinson,
(Adviser). au

Grenada; Hon. J. B. Renwick,
(Member).

St. Lucia: Hon. C. A. Beaubrun,
(Member).

St. Vincent: Hon. R. BE, Baynes,
(Member); Hon. V. D. Archer,
(Adviser); Mr. A. Macleod Smith,
(Adviser for Windward Islands).

Among other matters to be con-
sidered at this meeting will be
the applications which have been
received for posts of Executive

Secretary and Assistant Secretary

to the Committee, and Trade

Commissioner and Assistant Trade |
Commissioner in the United King~-

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ADVOCATE

-makers Come To The

| Aid Of The Party

ity EILEEN

Party shoes have never ber
;prettier, They are jewel-flecked
or have encrusted heels. Pumps

are made of delicate crochet mesh;
others are hand-embroidered” »
iItalian designs,

| Real Cinderella slippers give the
appearance of splintered glass and
can be bought plain or coloured
or tinted to match a special frock.
There are also matching handbags,

White Satin
Good value are white satin opera
pumps which can be dyed to matcn
your frock.

Pretty all-day shoes, which can

| So on to a cocktail party or out to
|dinner, are made of Bishari lizard
jin bright jewel shades of topaz.
jemerald and ruby. ;
The more graceful halter strap
has replaced the old-fashioned
‘ankle strap on most models,
Christmas shoe news includes
;novelty slippers for children,
called “Puddy Tat” and “Rudolph
the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” and gift
boxes of velvet or brocade, mules.

Gold Leather
Party feet ideas from New York
for the Christmas season incl
sold leather shoes, hand-too
and permanently pleated nyl
stockings, which give a perfect fit
and are invisible in wear.

| 100-Year Sheets

| Housewives who worry over
|the cost of equipping and main-
jtaining their utility linen cup-
boards would find nostalgic mem-
jories in an exhibition at one of
the West End stores of the days
when @ bride’s trousseau linen
lasted her all the days of her life.





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Among the exhibits of old line
still in regular use jn households !
all over the country nan
them ver 100
embroidered pillov ase
ink 1853 from Mrs. P
East Budleigh; ar line
of 1793, lent by Mrs. Appleton, of
Uffculme, Devon Thi heet
which is still being used in Mis.
Appleton’s household; is embroid-
ered in blue threads with the
names of successive owners,

Dower Chest

Frer Colonel Roger Swire, Is-
land of Skye, comes a linen sheet
and lace-trimmed pillow case be-
longing to his ancestress Rosa-
mond Swire, who was born in
1733 and worked this linen set for
her dower chest, embroidering
her initials in her own hair.

Mr. Norman Ablett, of Alford,
Lines, still uses a linen damask
dining cloth, which is marked in
ink, “Charles 6th Lord Maynard,
1753.”

For the woman who likes to
preserve some of the beauties of
old time fpousekeeping, it is still
possible to have initials and
monograms embroidered or
worked in cross-stitch Charges
are reasonable, and it ig amaz-
ing what this touch can do to the
appearance of utility linen.

Wes

When next
waterproof,
whether the material is pre-
shrunk. Cases have been re-
ported to the Retail Trading
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the rain, particularly a mon 8}
cheap cotton gaberdines.

Most reputable manufacturers
their material pre-shrunk
before production, but this takes
material, and less secrupu-
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to squeeze an extra garment from}
a roll of material and trust tc |
luck on shrinkage.

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persuaded the Board of Trade to)
tighten the specifications for rain-
wear cloths, is now pressing for |
a “relaxation shrinkage” rule to
be introduced for rainwear,

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take on her two prescriptions.
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tonic and rubbing her scalp}
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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE

To The Ding of Dong=ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER "To Study [G0.L. stilt Rising

“s In Canada
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. Chapter 10 of the story of living
> Heos in 1951 reads pretty much
Mar hall i lan gthe * same as the preceding chap-

| It is still another report on
‘fin rising pric The Bureau
! LONDON, *°F Statistic Tuesday that
* gin October the cost of living index

: Colonial interest have takenincreased by ‘our fifths of a point

Mr. John Marnham, Assistan Bto in all-time high of 191.2 from
Secretary at the Colonial Office,®190.4. The index is based on the
to the United States to study tec h-1,.1935-3 39 prices. The index had
nical aid facilities available there "made one jump after another,
under the Marshall Aid Plan, He ¢limbing 16 points from 175.2 in
sailed from London at the end of January. The biggest increase

last week as a member of a three- wos 45 points last February. —€™)
f man delegation of the Organisa-

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UTILITY (Locally Bred) Perpetual Silver Challenge Cup, present- gaining the greatest number of points COMPETITIONS FOR CHILDREN presented by Hon, J Chandler for ASSOCIATE MEMBERS CLASSES On this trip, he will study th Ministerial discussion eck. Tunist
Adult co G. L. W. Clarke ed by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) at the Gymkhana Class 5 he best bull in the shen Modenas, Gazzi Scheitti ° workings of tt Marshall Plan scheduled for next week,
Adult hi G. L. W. Clarke for the best team of 6 birds of any one Won by Miss Deane Hawkins Figure drawing Wallace Lucas. Won by Mr. J. W. Smith Young coeks—-M Pat Warder we LAS an The Prime Minister origin ally
Young coeks—P. A. Maynard colour of one breed, No, 71. Cup presented by the Barba- Illustration Barbara Anne Cole. No. 6. A Special Prize of $5.00 will Young hens—Miss W. Clarke vith particular relation to the Pra » thin wane
Young hens—-G. L. W. Clarke Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke dos Agricultural Society, to the Gentle- Picture in colour Basil Inniss be awarded to Members of the Barba Racing Homers, Any Colour Colonies and discuss various prob- intended leaving France ¥
Kings—Silver No. 41. A Perpetual Challenge Cup an gaining the greatest number of Pattern making Coultress Seale dos Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associa Young cocks—Mi : w Clarke lems connected with providing but after talks with the French
Your cock P, P. Maynard presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club points at the Gymkhana Picture in colour Elsie Cadogan. nm for th Best Heifer with no broad Young hens—M. T. King technical aid to ther Prime Minister Rene Pleven on
Young hens—W. Warden 29 For the Best Bred Young Utility Won by Mr. Lee Deane Modelling in Clay or Plasticine A, teeth Treipplers—Dark eC cal t eae r 7 . Jecided to wait
Kings—Blue Bird.” 1 No. 72. Cup, presented by the Barba- Waldron & Co Won. by Bulkeley Ltd Adult cocks—C, A. Hurphrey, #2 : U.K. delegate Wednesday, he decidec alt.
Adult cocks—G. L. W. Clarke Won by Mr. W. D. Warden. dos Agricultural Society, to the winner MINOR LOCAL BANDICRAPFTS No. 7 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Adult hens—C. A. Humphrey The two other . delegate —U-P.
Young hens—G. L. W. Clarke ¥ of the greatest number of points in the Class 6 i@wsented by The Barbados Turf Club f Tripplers- Light are Mr. A. S, Pankhurst, Under-
Young cocks—H. E Marshall No. 42. A rerpetual Challenge Cup, Childrens’ Classes, at the Gymhana Decoration on Pottery Mrs, wamile) PEE oe bent, enddie horse. Aaa eee Humphecs Secretary to the Treasury, and Mr
Carneaux presented by The Barbados Pigeon Club Miss Kirsty Parker ton . tT. andler ‘ . - 3 ‘and Fisher . Secretary
Adult cocks—C. A. Humphrey 1934 “For the Best Young Fancy Pigeon.” Shell Work Ada Ellis No. & A Special Prize of 85.00 wil) Young cocks « A. Humphrey, Rowland Fisher, First cee woth SUGAR TALKS
Adult hens—C, A, Humphrey Won by Mr. H. M. Roett ARTISAN'S WoOnK Shoes in Sisal ol O'Neal, be awarded to Members of the Barba Young hens—C, A, Humphrey ).K. delegation to the OEEC and ‘i TISFACTORY”
RUNTS (Locally Bred) No. 43. A Challenge Cur, presented Class 4 Baa in Sisal I > tos Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Associa RACING HOMERS (Locally Bred) ielegates to the technical assist- SA
Adult Cock - G. 1. W. Clarke. by The Barbados Poultry Association for * Tinsmiths’ Work (all measures must Artificial Flowers—bunch of not Jess ‘mn for the Best Sow one year old and Bice Based ance group of the OEEC execu- LONDON, Dec. 4,
Young Cock G. L. W. Clarke the best young Modena Pigeon. bear the Government stamp)—A. F, Ince. than 3 in any material — E. Garcia inder two years Adult coous-_Seor Ay 2, Bosten avai y E ean coun- : ealth sugar delegate:
Best team of 6 Birds of any one colour Won by Mr. H. M. Roett, Tinsmiths’ Work, otherwise — Wilbert Lampshade Miss Kitty Hollinsed Won by Mr. Austin Layne Adult hens—Major A. R. Foster, ive, Eight other European c Commonwealth suse 1% gerd a
of one Breed (W. Kings) GLW No. 44. A Challenge Cup, presented Grannum No. 9% A Challenge Cup presented by Blue & Black Cheekered ries are also sending small dele- and the Ministry of Food had an

Clarke by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for See Man et not machined or filed CATTLE H, Jase nm Jone & Co. agents fo at t cock c ve Pn reg | gations comprising national pro- other “satisfactory” meeting this
Best Bred Young Utility Bird (Silver the best team of 4 Young Rac > sera ars Class 1—Pure Holsteins na” feeds, for the best “Registered Adult hens—C Humphrey t eC *X- hate ons . j

King) Ww. D Wave, avon ers am Raging Bom Miscellaneous articles in wood A Heifers, 2 ae and - & sears Milch Goat on show which has only had Young cocks—C. A. Humphrey juctivity and technical aid @X- seternoon. Talks are proceeding
Best team of 4 Young Racing Homer Won by Mr. w D. Warden. Hassell H. V. Marshall e litter of kid Young hens—W. D. Warden perts smoothly and working parties are

of any one class except A.O.C. — W. D. Miscellaneous articles in Wood H. L Cow, as per Rule 11—C. W. Springer Won by Mr, Archie King Red Checkered } till dis cussing the final details

Warden No. 44 (a) Silver Challenge Cup, pre- Arthur Bull, 6 months and under 1 year Adult cocks-—C, A. Humphre Dollar costs of the study are 8U ° will be held pro-
Best Locally Bred Young Runt on sented by Messrs, L. R. Foster & C. A. Miscellaneour articles in Metal Ran- W. Smith No. 10 A Challenge Cup presented Adult hens—Major A. R. Foster eing paid by the Marshall Plan Another meeting wi

show G. L. W. Clarke Humphrey for the best young Racing dolph Maxwell Bull, 2 years and under 4 years~ DY Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd. Young cocks—F, A. Hunte ‘ Ao . bably on Thursday
Best Team of 6 Young Utility Birds Homer. Miscellaneous articles in Metal Hu julkeley Ltd Agents fo Purina’ feeds to members Young hens—F Hunte administration, :

of any one colour of one Breed ~ G Won by Mr. C. A. Humphrey bert Haynes Bull, 4 years and under 10 years—J. W, ° the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed

L, W. Clarke No. 45. A Challenge Cup, presented smith ere Association for the Best Registered |) remere,

Best Adult Pigeon other than Fancy by the Barbados Poultry Association , CABINET MAKERS WORK Class 2—Pure Jerseys Milch Goat on Show, which has had

on Show (W.K. Cock)—G. L, W. Clarke, Inc. for the best pair of Young Modenas, Wardrobe George Harris Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years—Dr. Ore than one litter of kids

Best Young Racing Homer on Show — of one colour Dining Table Hugh Walcott Manning . ae Won by Mr. L. Gibson

C. A. Humphrey. Won by Mr. W. Db. Warden. Book Case or China Cabinet — George “Gow, as per Rule 11--Dr. G. Manning No. 11. A Challenge Cap, presented

Harris. Bull, 1 wear and under 3 years Dr, bY the Committee of Management of the
PEKIN DUCKS No, 46. A Challenge Cup, presented Dressing Table George Harris Manning er “ Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders’
Drake G. C. Corbin. by The Barbados Pigeon Club (1934) for Sideboard — Hugh Walcott Bull 2 years and under 4 -years—Dr. Association to the members of the Bar
Duck G. . Corbin the best young Tippler Pigeon. Fancy or Occasional Table Hush. wun Peers ” ™ bados Dairy and Stock Breeders’ Asso
BRONZE TURKEYS Won by Mr, C. A. Humphrey Walcott. Claes pedicaae Holsteins ciation for the best registered doe kid
Tor Oo. R. Hill No, 47. Perkins Memorial Challenge Trolley or Tea Table George Harris Heifer a € tt Won by Mr, H, Taitt
Hens — H. N, Clarke Cup: A Perpetual Challenge Cup pre- | Morris Chairs (one pair) Lionel | ‘Year Bulkeley Dairy Lia,” “9°? No, 12. A Silver Challenge Cup pre-
Young hen Miss Sybil Arthur sented by the Barbados Poultry Asso. Daniel Beton eee. aie one sented by Mr, Robert Gale to member
4.0.0, TURKEY clation for the best locally bred Young Upright Chairs (one pair)—P. Butcher deiters, 1 year and under ® yYeere-yoee the Barbados Dairy and Stock Breed t .
Tom — Mrs. O. Jones Runt A.O.V. Chairs (one pair)—Hugh Wal- Bulkeley Ltd are’ Asenciation for the beet fam under Ee
Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke cott. err eats Std under 4 wot ten ae
PEASANTS’ SECTION No. 48. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Chairs seated with rush or screw tne Bulkeley Ltd. ’ Won by Mr. DN. Wilkie

Light Breeds presented by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke for the —B. Brathwaite Com Bene Rule 1p. W. Geni No. 13. A Challenge Cup presented
Pens — D. Gibbs best team of 6 Young Utility Birds of CROCHET AND KNITTING Class 6—Grade Jerseys , by Mr. Robert Gale to members of the

Heavy Breeds any colour, of one breed Class 2 .Cow, as per Rule i Bulkeley Ltd- Barbados Dairy and Stock Breeders
Pens S. A. Murray. Won by Mr, G. L. W. Clarke Crochet Tea Cloth Mrs, F. Clarke, COW, 48 per Rule 1i—J. W. Smith Association for the best ram two teeth

Grade Fowls 49. A Challenge Cup presented by the _ Crochet Supper Cloth Mrs, L, M, Class 7—Grade Guernseys and over * ry Hy | ae het g > C ‘

Pens — S. A. Murray, Barbados Poultry Association, for the Browne Heifers, over 6 months and under 4. won py Mr. G. A. Marshall » ; 4
Muscovy Ducks -- K. D, Webster best Young Pigeon in the Associate | Household articles in fine crochet or Y¢#r—Bulkeley Ltd , No. 15 A Special Prive of $5.00 to
RABEBITS—Flemish Giants Members’ Class. crochet and linen such as D'oyleys (6 _, Heifers, 1 year and under 2 years Members of the Barbados Dairy ond a Bg ;
Buck Cc. A. Greenidge. Won by Miss P. Warden small), Plate d’oyleys, (2) Tray Cloth, Bulkeley Ltd Stock Breeders’ Association for the ~ ‘
Young Buck Cc. A. Greenidge. 49(a) Silver Challenge Cup, presented Guest Towel, ete Mrs, E. I. Hawkins. _ Heifers, 2 years and under 4 years~ Best Doe Kid with no broad teeth
Doe — C, A. Gretnidue. by Messrs,,H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd., Table runner or Centre Mrs, H. James Young Won by Mr, H, Taitt when you use
Young Doe C. A. Greenidge local agents for Ralston Purina Feeds, Ward Cow, per Rule 10—Bulkeley Ltd No. 16 A Special Prize of $5.00 to ee
Wyandotte local Mr F. M, ©. for the best Adult Fancy Pigeon. Drawn thread in household article Cow, a8 per Rule 11—Bulkeley Ltd Members of the Barbados Dairy and

Alleyne. Won by Mr, W. D. Wardon such as Tea Cloth, Tray Cloth, D'oyleys Class 8—Grade Ayrshires Stock Breeders’ Association for the Best

Jersey Giants (local) 49(b) Silver Challenge Cup, present- 44), Lunch set, ete H. Alexander Cow, as per Rule 10—Hiil’s Dairy. Bred Ewe
Hen L. B, Evelyn ed by Messrs. H. Jason Jones & Co., Ltd.. Garment in Drawn thread such as Cow, as per Rule 11—Hill’s Dairy Yon by Mr, G, A. Marshall |

Minoreas (Local) tocal agents for Ralston Purina Feeds for Heavy linen Dress, Bodice, etc Mrs, Class $—Graded Stock of Any Breed No. 17 A Special Prize of $5.00 to
Mrs. F M. O. Alleyne the best Adult Pigeon on show other Ulleyette. Hewfer 2 teeth and over (Beef type Member of the Rarbados Dairy and
Pullet Mr F. M, O. Alleyne than Faney Finished article in Fine drawn thread H. V. Marshall Stock Breeder Association for the Best

Minoreas (Imported) 7 Won by Mr. G. L. W. Clarke such as Baby dresses, etc Mrs. Ulley Bull, Beef Type 2 teeth or over Bred Rar
Cockerel Glendairy Farm ette Bulkeley Lid b Mr. G. A. Marshall |
Pullets — Glendairy Farm. No. 50, A Silver Challenge Cup re Knitted garment or Shawl, Child's Class 10 —Grade Bylls

White Leghorn (Imported) presented by Mt. Wilton Plantation for Marjorie Weatherhead Best Grade Dairy Bull under 1 year— PIGEONS |
Pullets A. E, Dash the best exhibit of sugar cane. Knitted Socks in wool, silk or thread C. W. Springer Fancy (Locaily Bred)

White Leshorn (Local) Won by Turner Hall Plantation Mrs. K. Nicholls Best Grade Dairy Bull under 2 years lodenas Grazziar Colour—Adult |
Cock Oo. R, Hill. No, 51. Silver Challenge Pilate, pre- Knitted Socks, Children’s in silk of John Challenor Cock W. D. Warde ‘

Cockerels — O. R, Hill, sented by the Canadian Bank of Com- thread Cc. Cox. Cass I1—Open to Peasants Only Adult Hen Ww dD Warden 1

Hens E. H. King meree, to the exhibitor obtaining the Heifer, not having more than two teeth, Young Cocks--W. D. Warden . ,
Pullets H. W. Clarke. greatest number of points in the Field Division 10,—HORTICULTURE suitable for breeding milch cattle—Julian Young Hens—-M M. Roett >
Plymouth Rocks — Barred (Local) Vegetable Class, Pentas — Mrs, K. Nicholls, Goddard Scheitti, Red; Yellow Creame and]

Cockerels T. R, Alleyne. Won by Castle Grant Plantation, Salvia — Victor Marson. HOR Duns

Pullets L. R, Foster. Sunflowers Miss E. Shepherd. Thoroughbred, Bred in Barbados Adult Cock--H. M. Roett

Utility: W. Leghorns No. 52. A Special Prize of $10.00 Tithonia — Mrs, O, Sisnett. Class | — Foaled in 1950 Adult Hens—H. M. Roett
Pullets —G, H. King presented by the Barbados Agricultural Zinnias, Miniature = Miss E, Shep- lst Prize — C. A. Proverbs Youns Cocks-H. M. Roett )

UUlity: RAR. Society to the Manager of the Plantation herd. Class 2 — Foaled in 1949 Young Hens—W. D. Warden
Pullets — H. E. Marshall gaining the greatest number of points in Zinnias, A.O.V, — Miss E. Shepherd. lst Prize J. Chandler Scheitti—Blue and Silver Barred

Utility A.O.V. Variety and Quality of Exhibits, for such A.O.V. not specified above — H. N Class 4 — Foaled in 1949 (Any Colour Bars)

Pullets J. R. Alleyne Vegetables as are grown in the field ULeacoek and Victor Marson. Ist Pr A. G. Hanschell Adult Cock——W. D. Warden
Pens: Barred Rocks J. R, Alleyne. under the Local Food Production Largest Variety of Flowers, one speci Class 5 — Saddle Pony (Under 14.3) Adult hens—H, M. Roett
Exhibit on Show G. H. King. (Defence) Control Order, 1942, No, 2, men of each king Mrs. B, Conduit Ist Priz Mrs. C. L. Sealy (Misty). Young Cock—-H, M. Roett
Utility Pullet H. E. Marshall Won by Mr. P. B, Walker and H, N. Leacock Class 6.—Saddle Horse (142 and over) Young hens—W. D. Warden
Young Trio, Light Breed A No. 53. A Special Prize of $5.00 pre- HAND BOUQUETS Ist Prize J. Chandler Scheitti, Yellow, Checkered or Laced

E. Dash sented by the Barbados Agricultural Class 2 Class 7 Police Comp Silvers, Ked Checkered of Laced Silvers
Best Locally Bred Coekerel J. H- Society to the Manager of the Plantation — Floral Bouquet Mixed flowers and for the best turned out he in the and Bronze Checkered or Laced Blues

King gaining the next number of points in Colours — Mrs. Olive Sisnett Force; Ist Prize M. Sargeant (421) Adult her WwW. D. Warden
Best Pullet, Ligd Breed A. N Varlety and Quaity of Exhibits for such Floral Bouquet One variety of flow- SPECIAL PRIZES Young Cocks—W. D. Warder

Clarke ‘ Vegetables as are grown in the Field ® and colour Mrs. Olive Sisnett No. 1. A Perpetual Challenge Cup Young her WwW. D. Warden
‘Best Pen of Fowls H. E. Marshall. wider the Local Food Production _ Floral Bouquet Roses, all one col- presented by the [yal Bank of Canada, Sebeitti, Bronzes, Plain or Checkered

Spangle Game (Defence) Control Order, 1942, No, 2, OWL — Mrs. J. Connell for the Best Animal under three years Adult cock—H. M, Roett
ce —- C., D. Marshall Won by the Manager Malvern Plan- Bridal Bouquet — Mrs B, Warren. of age, born on the Island of Barbados, Adult hen—H. M, Roett
Cockerels P, G. Cole, tatlan, ae daha ; Sheaf Bouquet Miss E, Shepherd the progeny of a Pure Bred Sire, Wof Young hen-—W. D. Warden
Hens F. O. Ramsay No ” 54 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Early Victorian Bouquet Mrs. John py Mr. J. E. Challenor Young cock—W. D. Warder
Pullets F. O. Ramsay presented by the Agricultural Society, Williams No 2. A Perpetual Challenge Cup (Any Other Colour)

White or Black Game to the exhibitor obtaining the greatest Button Hole (other than orchids) presented by Messrs. Gittens, Croney & Adult Cock—W. D. Warden
Hens K. Granum number of points in the Garden Vexetable Dorothy Goddard. Co., for the best Dry Cow in the Show Young hen—H. M. Roett,

Pullets s.:.2 ae rae Class infuse than orchids) Miss K. sired by a Pure Bred Bull. Won by Mr ‘ : Haw sie

Black Breasted Red Game Ww ~ ollensed. J /. Chandler oung cot H 3. Niblock
Cocks — D. H. B. O'Neal Won by Mr > 0s ea Wee Presentation Basket of Flowers — Mrs. "yo 3. "A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Young hen—A, B, Niblock
= = alae No. 55. A Special Prize of a Case of « sae a . 5
Cockerels Cc. D. Marshall. Silver Spoons premunted be Bis Encer. ©’ Weatherhead won by Mr, W. A, Yearwood, now pre Oriental Frills

Wheaton Game jenaye ie? A Te eetti rte Division 10.—HORTICULTURE sented by him for the best animal under Adult Cock—H. M. Roett
Hens — D, H, B. O'Neal. . , Fentest IMamber ot points «Dendrobium Phalaenopsis — Miss B. j year, born in Barbados, and the pro Young hen—-W. D, Warden

Ss obtaining the greatest number of points 4 ; 7 4 > , Vv
Pullets D. H. B. O'Neal tie Galaen VF faoa Chenery geny of a pure bred Sire Won by Mr Young hen—W. D. Warder

Pabictdse Game in the Garden Vegetable Class, Dendrobium Phalaenopsis Schroederi- CW, Springer
Hens J. H, Sampson Won by E. W, Brathwaite, anum Miss B. Chenery No. 4 A Perpetual Challenge Cup, IMPORTED CLASSES
Pullets — C. A. Humphrey No. 56. A Challenge Cup, presented ~ Dendrobium Species J. A. Hunte presented by the Humphrey's Homeo Any Fancy Variety ‘

Duckwing Game by Barclays Bank (Dominion, Colonial Dendrobium Superbiens Mrs. L. H.| Medicine Co. of New York, for the best | Adult cocks—H. M. Roe*t \
Cocks F. M. Carrington and Overseas) for the best Exhibit of Nicholls Milch Cow bred in Barbados Adult hens—H. B. Niblock .

A.O.C, Game Fruit . Epidendrum Epiphytecal Mrs, P. B Won by Mr. E. C. Hill Racing Homers Any Colour
Cocks D. A, B. O'Neal Won by Castle Grant Plantation. O'neal No. 5 A Perpetual Challenge Cup Adult hen—I. G, Proverb
Hen Ss. G. Cole i Oncidiums Ampliatum Madame Ifill o He sale a jpowen meme
Pullets S. G. Cole No. 3. A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Oneidiums Papilio Mr. J. Simpson.

Black Breasted Red Bantam Game presented by the Sugar Exporters for Phalaenopsis Hybrid white — Miss 7 - a : -

Cocks — A. Ramsey, Cockerel R. the best exhibit of Dark Crystals Sugar. O. DaRoche

F. Parkinson (Jnr. Won by Andgews Factory. ‘ Spathoglottis Hybrids — Paddy O'neal ir 7
Hen D,. H. B. O'Neal. No. 61, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, Spathoglottis Species H. B. Bannis-

Pullets — A Ra y. presented by the Barbados Agricultural ter

Cornish Game or A.O.V. Heavy Game Society for the best exhibit of Funcy A.O.V not specified above, single
Cocks K. D. Webster. Molasses specimen — C. P. O'neal
Cockerels K. D. Webster. Won ty Sandy Lane Factory. Three specimens of the same Genera
Hens — K D Webster No. 62. A Special Prize of $20.00 pre- H, B, Bannister.

Pullets K. D. Webster sented by the Agricultural Soctety for
Best Youns Game -- C, A. Humphrey. the best Cake Icing display. MODELS AND TOYS
Won biy Miss V. Degazon Class 7
NEEDLE No, 63. A Special Prize of $10.00 pre- Architectural Model—to scale—George
Baby’s Booties or shoes in silk, thread sented by the Agricultural Society for Skeete

or wool Miss B. E. Collins the second best Cake Icing display Scale Model—mainly in wood—Neville ?,
Fine Knitting, finished article — Mrs. ‘Won ty Miss V. Degazon E. Smith oth nv a | Xl R y

A Armstrong 64. A Special Prize of $5.00 presented Working model or toy ~ Kenneth i 3 4 .

Knitted Sweater or Pullover in silk py the Agricultural Society for the next Harding i

or wool — Miss Hollinsed best Cake Icing display Wooded Toy—not otherwise specified P wa al ‘ 1] t
Garment with plain sewing, hemming © “Won by Miss M. Woodward Bay Street Boys’ School | i f I ] iF I & ¢ ) AY | he

and tucking (Handwork) — Miss L. wo, 65. A Silver Challenge Plate, pre- Dolls—St. Patricks School tions Ne . ’

Smith sented by the Canadian Bank of Com- SCULPTURE | \\
Garment in sewing, machine work, merce to the exhibitor winning the first Class 8 i IMPERIAL LEATHER + LINDEN BLOSSOM . BLUE HYACINTH {

such as Dress, Shirt, Boy's suit, ete. — prize in the Butter competition. Modelling in any other medium D.} —$—$——— i
Mr E. Deane Won by Mrs. E. H. Farmer M, Foster - a —— — ———_——— - —---- = - Hy i
Garment with Smocking - Miss L. No. 66, A Perpetual Challenge Cup, RUM AND FALERNUM b < )

Mestier won by Lady Robertson, re-presented by Single distilled Rum, uncoloured, pres- a i
Plain Needlework (Under 14 years)— her, for the best exhibit of useful and ent year's manufacture West India | *

St. Martin’s Girls’ School. ornamental plants Rum Refinery ti ;

Pochette or Bag of any kind — Mrs Won by Government House. Single distilled Rum, coloured, pres .

D. Phillips Nos. 67 and 68. Two Special Prizes of ent year’s manufacture West India ,
Hooked Rug Miss D. Hutson $10.00 and $5.00 respectively, presented Rum Refinery es . }
Rag Rug Miss Tubia Harbin by Messrs. Stokes & Bynoe, Ltd., repre- Double distilled Rwfn, present year's , She .
Miscellaneous (Any article in Crochet seniatives of Mesats. G, Sonneborn & manufacture West India Rum Refin ; »)

or Knitting not otherwise classified) — Co, London, manufacturers of the well ery 2]

Mrs, N. B, Warren known “Jaxa” French Polish, for the best Single or Double distilled Rum, Col- \\

s , and second best POLISHED PIECE OF oured, Matured and bottled by Mer-
Exhibition Special Prizes = ruRNITURE chants for Household Use The Re- f
Won by Mr, Hugh Walcott and Mr. nown Manufacturing Co.
Jo. 3 prpetua hallenge Cup Hubert Haynes respectively, Single or Double distilled Rum, Col-

poeeinteh ie Mets Providion Dealers, ON. @. A. Perpetual Chetlense Cup, oured, Matured, Blended nd Botfied S ron

Ltd., representatives of The Quaker presented by Mr. R. N. W. Gittens, for by Merchants for Household Use — H

Oats Co., makers of Full-O-Pep Feeds, the best photograph exhibit. B. Kinch & Co .

for the best pen of Fow!ls. Won by Mr. R. W. Beil. Liqueur Falernum — Ince & Co
Won by Mr. H. E. Marshall, No, 70. Cup presented by the Barba- Commercial Falernum-—Martin Doorly
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Saturday, December 8 1951
Teehnica! e
‘
echnical Education
THE announcement ti Major Darlin
ton, Principal of the Technical Institute in
British Guiana, has been having talks with
the local committee appointed by the Govy-
ernor to report on technical education in

Barbados has pleased that growing number
of citizens who are clamouring for techni-
cal educational facilities. It is a great pity
however that only the Committee should
have had the opportunity of such discus-
Certainly what Major Darlington
had to say on this subject of vital import-
ance would have interested a far larger
audience than comprises the Committee.

sions.

People who want technical education for
themselves and their children far exceed
any number that the politicians fondly
imagine, But their voices have so far
been drowned by the voices of those who
have a vested interest in maintaining as
long as possible a system of education
which has served Barbados well in the
past but is no longer meeting the require-
ments of the technical age in which we live.

West Indian intellectuals pay lip-service
to the need for greater industrialisation in
the British West Indies if these islands are
ever to achieve living standards remotely
comparable to those of highly industrial-
ised countries, but this lip service has not
been followed by any concerted drive to
rouse public opinion to the fact that only
by acquiring skills comparable to those of
highly industrialised communities can they
hope to compete in producing. manufac-
tures locally to sell at economic’ prices,
West Indiaris have been content to revel
too long in the expensive and delusory
game of mud-slinging and have failed to
realise that a ready tongue and a free flow
of invective is not the best way to acquire
employment offering material
ment.

advance-

So long as, there remains in the West
Indies a hard working body of merchants,
industrialists and agriculturalists of ability
the mass voice of the new West Indian
consciousness seems to find a psychological
outlet for its centuries of under-privileged
existence in threatening to “squeeze” them
and “soak” them,

This negative approach to a difficult and
discouraging task is harmful to West In-
dian advancement. West Indian statesmen
and intellectuals ought instead of decry-
ing the talent in their midst to hold up
talent wherever it can be found for emula-
tion, That is the first step. The second
step is to promote all possible schemes for



increasing the technical “knowhow” of the
population whom they profess to serve.
One obvious way of boosting technical
knowledge is to found a technical institute
in each island and mainland territory of

By CHAPMAN PINCHER

IT IS unusual for a doct t
call at a newspaper office }
medical authoritic frown or
such direct contact for ethi
reasons

But Dr. Nigel Harold Maurice
Russell Monro was an unusual
man.

His mysterious telephone call
had intrigued me Would I
interested in a report by a psy-
chiatrist who had spent thre
months studying the mind of
Klaus Fuchs, the atom spy? I
certainly would

As I shook hands with the
slim, rather handsome doctor
I noticed that he trembled
slightly and seemed embar-
rassed,

In Jail
“I must tell you that I have

not always behaved as a doctor
should,” he said. “My contact
with Fuchs arises from the fact
that I have just spent three
months as prisoner in the
same jail.”

“What got you there?”

“I’m a drug addict—mor-
phine,” he answered. “The
Home Secretary took away my
authority to prescribe danger-
ous drugs four years ago. Un-
fortunately, I have been unable
to resist the temptation of pre-
scribing them for myself.”

Then, in precise clinical
terms, he told me how the dope

a

yringe had ruled and wrecked

his life for more than 15 years
Terrifying

Hi sordid story is more

meaningful to the teenager than
thousand verbal warnings
against the dope craze. For it
sarries the terrifying implica-
tion that there is no treatment,
no knowledge, no subterfuge
by which the confirmed drug
addict can save himself. Ex-
cept NOT TO START.

Here was a_ highly
doctor and psychiatrist; a man
who understood not only the
workings of the body but of the
mind. Yet once the craving for
dope had gripped him he was
as helpless as an ignorant girl.

Dr. Monro’s descent began in
a simple and, perhaps, under-

skilled





standable way—occasional in-
jections to help him sleep.
Morphine was handy, There

was always a supply in the em-
ergency bag.

BARBADOS ADVOCATE



STRUCK OFF

moment of
Some sensitive men would

need more than morphine. to
help them face the suffering and



squalor which doctors encount-
er daily. Before he realised it
Monro could not face any phase
of life without a “shot”’

He was not struck off the
Medical Register vhen his
authority to prescribe drugs

was withdrawn. Loyal patients
gave such convincing evidence
of his skill that the understand-

ing men of the General Medical





Council allowed him another
chance Determined to pull
himself round, he went into
Guy’s Hospital.

But within a year his mind
was again so befuddled that he
assaulted hi wife and was
jailed for 12 months

Even then the G.M.C. gave

him further grace, and he vow-

ed with apparent honesty and

conviction to reform. Ethics

and will-power, alas, no longet

existed for Dr. Monro.

» spoke, he had in his
phial of morphine







shame tor the (arrgwed) doctor,

before by falsely signing a pre-
scription

For that crime he was later
jailed for three months and

struck off the register
“But this time I really mean

to make a go of it,”’ he told m«
“Yes, but what about Dr.
Fuchs?” I asked impatiently.
“I'm afraid he was only my
excuse to see you,’’ Monro re-
lied. “What I really want is
io write you some_ general

articles on psychiatry.’

Then, when we had ended our
talk he pushed his way through

the swing doors into Fleet-
street. I wondered where he
was going and what would be-
come of him, Next day I found
out

Dr. Nigel Harold Maurice
Russell Monro, aged 46, had
gone to a chemist’s shop and

falsely signed a prescription for
morphine.
Then, back at his lodgings in

Streatham, he had mixed a
fatal dose of the drug and
killed himself.

—L.E.S.

Up to 7s, 6d. for a single -Reefer’

By LIONEL CRANE
IN THE latest available an-
nual report there were 86 con-
victions in Britain fort the pos-

session of Indian hemp. This
is 20 times more than at the
end of the war—but a figure

ludicrously inexpressive of the
growth in marijuana smoking
here,

In a_ three-week
tion in London
vinces I have seen youngsters
openly smoking reefers; ex-
peddlers have talked frankly of
the profits they made; police
have admitted that they know
the stuff is being smoked in big
areas—but there is little they
can do about it.

investiga-
and the pro-

To contain the creeping men-
ace police must rely almost en-
tirely on informants.

Suspicious parents call at the
police stations, Many _ write
anonymously. Fear, malice and
hope of reward are all reasons



The Liner Canton

By MONTAGUE LACEY
TILBURY.
A squad of .Customs men went
down the Thames in a launch



for tipping off the police, Not
one hint is passed by

But getting a hint that reef-'

ers are being used or peddled
is one thing; getting evidence
to prove it is another. Young

associates of known reefer users

refuse point blank to go to
court,
For three reasons: they dc

not want their families to know
the company they are keeping;



they are afraid of being physi-
cally attacked; and they do not
want to cut off a source of
upply. a
The Youngsters

As in America, most reefer
smokers are not over 25
Youngest convicted person s¢
far we aged 17 Mostly the
unfortunate youngsters carry
the stuff in stamp-sized paper
folders

A “finished” reefer cigarette

is about half the size of a nor-
mal one. It is always hand-
made. The dry hemp or mari-



Said—all ports where
trafficking goes on
The Customs “rummage crew”

went aboard at 9 a.m., as soon

drug

(bound for Singapore)

juana is tipped into a cigarette
paper which is twisted at both
ends to stop it falling out. When
lit it becomes gummy and binds

together. The taste is harsh
sickly. It smells like a Turkish

cigarette.

Sometimes the dope is

smoked in a pipe. One pipe I
saw in London was of intri-
cately carved ivory; another

was of polished wood
The Price

And the price?

From the docks the hemp
goes in one pound or half-pound
parcels to the known peddlers.
They sell it in £5, lots to their

agents. It is theh broken down
into handy packeis and passed
to the “smell fry” who sell

maybe one cigarette at a time.
Costs vary.

In the provinces a cigarette
can be had for 1s. 6d. In the
West End at a time of scarcity
it can cost 7s, 6d.—for a single
“cigarette”.

—L.E.S.

was picked up from the decks
in the crew quarters: dope
has been found in apparently-
thrown-away paper before

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wonder why they call it the
Lower Green. As far as eye can see there
is no Upper Green. It would have made
sense if they called it Ever Green, be-
cause you won’t’find any other greens
there, Joking apart, why is the Lower
Green car park always empty while ‘he

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other space between the two evergreens
higher up is so full of taxis and other
cars?

I bet someone in authority knows the
answer to this.

‘UESDAY-—Life becomes brighter and more
full of fun if you have leisure for thai
kind of thing or can afford more than one |
meal a day. But it must be very trying
for those unfortunate people to whom
time is worth its weight in quicksilver or |
whose liver is something to be endured. |

The incident happened like this.

“Mr. X not come in yet. You'll |
have to phone at home.”
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has

50g

per 16 oz. Bottle

“What’s his number?” Whistle Carpet

“He don’t have a phone.” |
WEDNESDAY—They tell me in confidence |

& Upholstery =
of course—and I'm a rat to jet the cat out | C. S. PITCHER
of the bag just so maak you can make rude| Cleaner

noises at them—they tell me in em & co.

dence that one day (shh! don’t tell any- |} {
body I told you so) that one day there |'—==

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WHY NOT CONSERVE VALUABLE FOOD ?
in

STERNE’S DEEP FREEZE

There! It’s out at last. |
Meanwhile if you can brave the glare |
of the sun on the shining white concrete \
you may be lucky in finding your Christ- |
mas turkey there. I saw three turkeys |
there the other day and they looked |
thoroughly browned off. |



FHURSDAY—Turkeys obviously believe in}
the well known turkey idiom “three’s |
company”, because I never see turkeys |
walking out in two’s. If they do much | :
more jay walking someone will have to |
open a school to teach turkeys only to |
cross the road where there are studs. |
Otherwise cars won’t worry to stop and

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more motorists will know where their |
next meal is coming from, These three ell
were so thin I wasn’t really tempted but ip qe
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FRIDAY—“What’s in a name” is so import-
ant. For instance I once got a pair of
chickens seft to me because I had the |
right name. I sent them back because |
the man who sent them had remembered |
to say whom they were from. I never |
knew the fellow and I wasn’t having dead |
chickens from anybody at all. |

But another chap I know has been |
suffering from this name business.
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seems that somebody rang him up asking
him what to do about some dogs, When
he replied “poison the lot” he had a lot
of difficulty explaining that he was not |
the S.P.C.A.
The telephone is a terrible instrument |

if misused.
SATURDAY—Every and the

now again



the area soon after dawn, as the Canton tied up at the now. democratic urge possesses me in spite of
r me They were a hefty lot. They Tilbury landing-stage to drop ‘ : P my Irish prudence and I rush out in a
: wore grimy dark-blue battle- its passengers, The search was still going on vo i ;
Major Darlington would be the first to dress, and carried sets of The search squad probed be- when the Canton left the pair of old boots without laces, a week’s
decry any attempt to turn the B.G. Tech- tools, crowbars, torches, and hind panels, in cupboards, in landing-stage. It will not stubble of beard and a loud American
‘ i Tk titut i pt Lied af kd ; ‘d Ww periscope mirrors. every possible corner where a stop until she docks in Lon-
nical imstitute into a kind of advance est










Every man was an expert in packet of dope could be hid- me : chen the hd will be shirt. But I never get away with it. I
Indian Technical Training College. The iat Powe rep drugs. den. Se igre Bolg always look like another poor supporter
: : : ; : r orts i . “ ; :
reason is simple. Technical Institutes They were eae to meet the Dungarees That is the story of one ship of the Electors’ Association and people | |
operate on a basis of three-year training 16,000-ton liner Canton, due Some put on dungarees and rr: tan Soresaet TTe that even make remarks about my com- i
xh er ve at Tilbury from the Far East. went into the engine-room repeated with every ship that : z : Single and

courses for apprentices who are employed She carried a crew of European Metal clanged as gratings aiere 9 i wii ge ge Fe plexion,

May Pes . : : 7 . seamen ¢ Q ‘ame up. Bundles of oily vese Customs squads, work- ee ee ; peat é
by firms engaged in the technical trade Nee eet the Siath hide taka mehad “oven ing in every British port, are I was talking to a nice fisherman the Double Breasted
they are learning. They attend the tech- Middle East. The liner had for this is a sraeer hiding pe Die One of defence in the other morning, having a friendly

paige ten 1 s (ae ts a ‘ated at Hongkong, Singa- place for smuggled drugs. dope . a ‘ . “ratic che y
nical institute one day a week and work Sark Taine, aden “nd Port Every scrap of crumpled paper —L.ES. man to man democratic chat when he $57.71
the other five in their places of employ- ; wee | turns to his friend and says: “The white

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ment: and they attend technical evening

man want to know wuh we gun do now?”
“T tell he only Wilkinson and Walcott |
can help we now.”

institute classes three times a week.

Major Darlington if only a larger public
had been privileged to hear him might then
have insisted that no scheme for technical
education is worth anything at all unless
the highest salaries are paid to attract the

I didn’t wait to hear any more because

9 Riddle Of The Battleship
if there is one thing [I don’t want no|

Swallowed - “TT he Cruel Sea’ truck with it is Barbadian polities. I can

until they were forced to givé be as democratic as the next man. I can |



















+ * . ed among mountainous waves at 5 . : |
es sae gn eeeEEO : ; (By GWEN LEWIS) the end of the 1,800ft. towlines up And so we come to— even write like the next man does, if
est qualified instructors. In technical edu- HERE is the battleship Sao “Now and again through the The Eight Adventurers

Pic: you provokes me sufficiently well, but I}
cation only the best salary will attract the Paulo and the eight adven- driving rain we could see the eight ’ P ’

ABOARD the-Sao Paulo ar« ae : ; . ge
bes ‘ And Boe a turers bringing her across the men standing on her bridge William Painter, of Goodmayes- ain’t gwine to get mix up in no politics
nee aan. nd there is no lack of the treacherous Atlantic? Still men- “Suddenly my ship and Dexter- yoad, Goodmayes,” Essex, and the not me, I ain't.
wrong type of instructors willing to take acingly and helplessly adrift? Or ous lurched forward as the tow- men he vecruited for the

' seven
sunk without trace?

Back in England and Portugal
are the last men to see her: the
men who for the first time can tell

lines snapped. The howling of the
wind made it impossible to mega-
phone any message to the men on

the Sao Paulo.

venture,

The men had two months’ foox
when the voyage began. But the)
cannot tell the world where they

So I took goodday of my fisher friends,
shaved my stubble off, put on my sixty-
cent pair of ‘sugar bag sandals, climbed

up poorly paid appointments with disas
trous effects on any technical institute.

ajor arli i als the story of the vast steel hulk— “We waved. They waved back. are, The battleship has no radio ‘ ‘ kia Apia teeneh ate ’ : rts

Major Darlington might also have told [Wii the eight figures clustered on ‘Then they were gone. I carried on William Painter’s seven men | into a less vulgar shirt and linen sho “
the public who by this time would have her bridge—which vanished 21 the search until Nove mber 1.” are William Adams, 28, who lived and motored gently across to Sam Lord’s '

anging is everv days ago. From the other tug Dexterous at the Painter home; John Mos- her . , . sh-

been hanging upon his every word that a “They are the crews of the tugs came where I am not known by the local fish

seau,,29, of St. John’s, Newfound-

technical institute could be created in Bar- Bustler and Dexterous whose job


































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" . ete 8 ; land: John Ellis, 28, of Lachine | ermen, to think undemocratic thoughts, |
: eae * ran ae at > 19.200- ulk The Crewman’s Story a ney it : a
bados for a cost of $250,000 if new buildings _|!t, Was fo bing the 19,200-ton buy AT BARRY, near Cardiff, where geoperens, Caaneregeon. UE if any. SUGGESTS THESE
. j c 3 nah art . : eari ator . . , . ’ o ©. > ri | "
had to be constructed and for considerably in Brazil to a scrap yard on the p's prcie da op ry ape te sot Cormick, of Newtownards, Co., Prodnose: And they pay you to write | FOR YOUR
deat Fit oon ck s04 Clyde. cunt mele Dh Down; a man nam ennedy inn?
less if existing buildings could be utilized, Their story only deepens the ees ks Rio de Janeiro on Wh is believed to have joined the that tripe? | ‘ E
and a staff recruited for $48,000 per year. | mystery of the Sao Paulo. Because Maison bor 4 “We had only an. 529 Paulo at Rip ge penetin Wes Nobody: Why not. Don’t they print the | Dinner Larties
ight als av ivy a + ; every man jack of them is con- =~ 18 bs ; aa .. Whose home is in Glasgow, and an betel cates c 6 \
He might also have given a timely warning | yinced that the battleship is afloat. Saher: 4,000. tallest RO wien “we unhamie. Miglish boy, who. also politicians’ speeches?
that no existing school in Barbados could | Yet nobody has seen her, though 7S! lund fe wea : joined the ship at the last minute.| ar rie ey ta ae ‘
} i ici + ¢ Kind ten technical | Planes. from three nations have paps ihc RE progress i Pe a ecg i SOUPS MEATS
pe used as a kind o indergarten technica sc . 50,000 square miles of > awWKWard, Crab-like gress ery : nt
aah , See Nie ater ¢ of the battleship didn't help, She But in every saga of the sea How To Vote Tom: :
school, athough the island would certainly rae a the aig: tselling Still had her engines, quite useless !wek plays a part. There was— ouua Milk Fed Chicken 4Ib to 5ib
, ; ¥ Vicholas Monsarrat’s best-se See ats a et ina . am j , ony. aie Milk Fed Duck 5lb. to 6 Ib
benefit fron e existence of at leas > at of course, and her guns and tur- The Man Who Escaped | To The Editor, The Advocate— 4 I .
a the ¢ pans rite sata ere ugyst- rets. That made her a heavy tow. IN STEPNEY, E., Mr. E, Devos, | SIR,—Kindly grant me space to give a Seen tl Broilers—average 21% Ibs.
good school specialising in the teaching of The experts — the men who “Our 12-hour struggle against a South African-teid this story:—.| oie g nes ‘es, ; =o J&R Rolls
science i thematics for the benefit of |*2OW how Britain built ships in the weather began about sixin the “I was on board the battleship | little advice, as a Voter, to the Electorate Asparagus
science and mathematics for the benefit o eo ds he » Se aulo’s “ne weat gan abour sh as 2 a ’ ; 7
Lciybr sgt ; si zs those days when es, morning. During the day the. casting off when one of the ropes| of the Island at the forthcoming General ita ates TS 3 ie DESSERTS
those seeking employment in technical | keel was laid more than 40 years yeoviest rain I've ever seen kept suddenly whipped up from. the} > ; i a
sdes and ¢ eo : : ago—say that she would never plotting out the battleship. Quayside and wrapped itself round | Elections under Adult Suffrage. } CHEESE Ice Cream Powder
trades and admission to the technical in- sink. “There “ Saablics yinics ater “areca ad : enh | , advice is fore going he Polls |! juav
titut Tt vy that’ ike diseibbeatance There was a wall of spray be-~ my body knocking me over. | My advice is, before going to the Polls | Guavas
§ 5 1ey say the sa @ - s. Xx » waves 5 “4 ‘ ; | ° ‘ cn | eo
renee is one more riddle of the sea, een eas + teat Ge sire ea ee ae = th to vote offer up an earnest prayer to God ||! aeeeae . “, | Audet
" sacs c y e ’ Een : 1 cia (alll akan . s asy abou =o Pass oe | anadia e | $
Finally it is to be hoped that Major eantavene a “50 malles diaries ts oue ateen tonnes hosed Fi. ae are DAN bess asking”His help to direct you how to cast | Danish Gouda — >
a 4 oa s . § a J ore voardec ) Mes Pac Xmas
Darlington by giving « frank analysis of north of the Azores, just a8 broadside on. Our speed fell to “The Sun alba ctwea'to all in-| YOur vote in the right way. i — ar di ey pon wad
Barbados’ urgent need fot technical in- ogee eee eee ccaad sbout half a knot--less than a mile tents and purposes rudderless. It! You must realize that the future Gov- ||} * ~ ‘ “
y os. : * } mile-per-ho' noe an hour si was a dead ship with no provis- ci ‘ device enV eho al an st bat Canadian Potatoes | Gold Braid Rum
stitute will have encouraged the members on that night of November 4? “Then a terrifying squall hit us. jons for recreation for the off-duty | @Tmment ill have a rem responsibilit; || Vegetables in tins | "makes any evening
of the local committee to recommend that Take— - b's St The rugs are only : 0 ees nt ee we vo Ri therefore we should seek to have the right || Fresh Vegetables | an Event.
. } . > ‘t s Story 4 Gangerously Narrow Margn= 1e ship's departure from Ric ~ : alecte ind * , > t} } on — uhie capi,
no further handicap is given to Barbados | See ines ae tug When the lines snapped. And the was watched by a-large number| Petsons « lected. God go with you on this |
j i : a ’ a ’aulo vanishe f Br val icers and e \ , Y 1 yyy TOE
in the race for industrial p1 iency, but | Bustler was Tr fuelling oy ae Zo last eve Genes ves Da y : Hi PHONE GODDA RDS FOR SERVICE
that a technical titute be « lered as 4 ee ‘thi ore ; Well, that was the last seen fore T lost con ness was of the = Si sa mie Hi
a priorit r nf wa on the bri of the 7 Paulo. The a 5 xibye ee M. V. TAYLOR = ‘
battleship appeared and disappear- searched in worsening weather —L.E.S..



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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1951

No Decision Given
In Writ Server’s Case

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE FIVE











City Gets New
Parking Spot







ARTS AND HANDICRAFT






: . The Barbados Automobile Ass«
After a deliberation of one hour and a half an Assize jury ciation has temporarily acquire
at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterd: iled to ee on the open spot of land at Prin
whe.her or not 29-year-old Writ Server Goulbourne George Wuliem apenry Street where th
Ward of Rock Hall. St. Th ss roe guilty of flicting Manhattan Club was former!
vard oO OCK all, ot. omas, was gul ty oO in hcting situated This spot, owned by
grievous bodily harm with intent on Elijah Edev, a 78-year- Messrs, Evelyn Roach ilk be
cld farmer of Spring Hall, St. Thomas, on May 18, 1351 ase as a parking space frox
The case which started at 10.10 a.m. yesterday ended about one. ch ae ike de
e . ° me" 7. q # a Secrets r th
5.10 p.m. with the Hon. the Chief Justice Sir Allan Colly- B.A.A., told the Advocate tt
more, Kt., presiding. Counsel in the case were Mr. the fee for parking on this s1
Malone for Ward, while Mr. *F. E. Field, Acting Atiorney ilt be: members six cents





































































General, appeared for the Crown. hour or part of an hour and 1
The prosecution called on six struck Edey four times across the cents to non-members for th
witnesses in the case while the body witha stick. This stick broke same we, ws
defence brought three Before and the accused struck Edey with two attendants will be in chai AC You can enjoy Britain’s
calling the first witness for the another stick on the left hand Ts tha arée, mut aes ee ip Grourite « tobanegs. Si
prosecution Mr. Field outlined the | Edey cried out “Ward, look you a ate ny ho make iS 9 this blends to choose from—
eae of the — to the eu me Sts hand, I didn’t do you meme not give tips to t seep ene aeeiiied
te them that the accused stood @hything. _ ae : iT i on
charged before them on two Mr. Mr. Malone Branch sair that Accessible blend of vintage leat
counts of wounding. On the first She was sure that Ward was the “olone “‘helin. C
count he was charged with inflict- Man that struck Edey with the Cole mel . Miche MS, : yg
fina aulewcaia SeaSty. Shases-ann. Ste stick. She could not say if there missioney of Police, said tha
ae . ; “ ; ‘ this is the best situated car yark
jah Edey with intent to maim, dis- W@S @ moon out that night but i lt
; ua aoa ‘e second there was a big crowd where the for the shopping centre and “at
figure or injure and on the second {ere was a big crowd where th a time like this it should be o
count of inflicting grievous bod- %€@4ng was taking place. great assistance t Christmas
ily harm. The offence was alleged After Beryl Thompson had given shoppers t rill be le 1
haws. been committed: May &Vidence corroborating what Ermie shoppers who will be able t
have een commi ted on May Branch said, the prosecution clos- oe armen eanetioendll leave their cars within easy
18. The accused is a Writ Server ce t ee eo 7 reach It is about 15 seconds walk
of the Police Force of the island ©? * ¢5¢- ‘ ’ VISITORS to the Annual Exhibition in Queen's Park Thursday inspect the needlecraft, drawings and from Broad Street”, he said
and during that time he v at- a) On Special Duty paintings. This is the first parking site t:
tached to District “D” Station, St. Sat. Cc, Hutchinson of District be acquired by the Barbados Au-
Thomas, It appeared that the ac- = ee Station, a witness tor ° . tomobile Association. It has space
‘used and several policemen the defence, said on May 18, he D N St | 2 H M d ( : t for 50 cars which will be parke
ut seven in number—went io Went down to Spring Farm, a BARBA A e ucia as a e rea On the herring bone system. Thi:
th district of Spring Hall, St rose vn special duty abou a! ‘ e ~ e system assures easy varking an
Thomas, to search for a man ** Pm. IN t d = I Ed > t immediate get-away by all c:
ca ts eS a 9 ei He had other policemen on duty UNDERGRADS . rl es n uca 10n 20th & pe ea a at
named Ellis an escaped prisoner. Withe him aha-ther were. searohit Ro entrance and exit will b
Ellis is the son of the reputed ‘ ‘herein Maia + ne . ° r from Prince William Henry street
. £ r or , Y ry /
wife of 78-year-old Elijah Edey. “°F,@ Prisoner. 7 / 7 h Pa Te Asked about the B.A.A’s ven 4
At Spring Hall St sage He heard a shout from Edey’s PROGRESS W ELL During e st n Years ture at the BTC pat Mr Ww sg SOLE AGENTS:
prisoner was re-arrested and the six eat oe ae: ee baw, ane " . : said that the facilities provide MESSRS. A. S. BRYDEN & SONS (BARBADOS), LTD.,
old man objected to the manner in © a. oe oy re oe van al .hilas ike £t. Lucia has made great progress educationally during the were excellent. but it was not P.O, BOX 403, BRIDGETOWN, BARBADOS
which the Police were handling ses gin Prany wits t ae aoe hl past ten years. There are now 48 primary schools, three of —_ eared as many people ‘. en
his son. . a eN ee , * There are 210 undergraduates which have been supplied from C. D. & W. funds and they Preferred to watch the racin
Thereupon the accused was Wee searching for, was also in gt the University College of the ‘e all reasons . PP Me. F 7 1eY trom their cars. For this reason ;})
: ; fs ® the Police van. Fs ; ; : , are all reasonably well equipped, Mr. O. A. Walker, Acting the Associat i : 5 \
alleged to have struck the old 7 mA " West Indies and I am glad .o be ; . re om , € ssociation did not cater to \\
; ; ‘ ie ve To Mr. Field Sgt. Hutchinson ,)). tes : ane : Director of Education in St. Lucia told the Advocate yes- motorists at the last B.T.C. meet- | |}
man with a stick and one of the saiq that he heard Edey’s hand was 2D/€ to give a good report of the + i : ) y 7 ; ALORE t
blows broke the part just above hain by . policeman But a had Barbadians who form one of the terday. : ing. \\ GIk Ss G 4 a 4
the wrist on the left hand. The po chanes to tnvestionce for Edey largest groups and are working Mr, Walker is attending the Caribbean Regional Education * 1) )
old man went to Dr. Cummins who}; a iawn Sine vused’s Very hard, Mr. P. M. Sherlock, Conference at Hastings House. He is staying Crystal dai . fy | i)
Ps had got a warrant for the accused's ‘ ‘ ) rence at astings ouse. e is staying at rysta [ a > > 1))
oldman went to Dr. Cummins who ad gota warrant forthe accused's Yer are, Mr P.M. Sherlock’ Conference at Hi Maintenance Case KNIGHTS DRUG STORES |
First Witness went on duty with sticks and the Advocate yesterday. z ' \\
$ € ) . s s and -! ‘ ) {
First witness called for the pros- there was no beating in his pres- Mr. Sherlock said that he ; ha He said that great attention is education available for their chil- Must Be Reheard ' e in and '
ecution was Elijah Edey, a farmer ence. been invited to attend the Cele- paid to the training of pupil teach- dren.” ; . come t }
of St. Thomas. He said that he Pelice Constable James Lynch bration and Centennary of the ers in St. Lucia, The system by “T have been told that there arc c ar Sas of the Assistan r i}
lives at Spring Farm, St. Thomas. said on May 18 he was at Spring Trinidad Public Library during which the Supervising Teachers long waiting lists of candidates Vouk of Appeal, Mr. H ‘ shop with i
About 7.30 p.m. on May 18 he Farm gap, St. Thomas, with the the coming week and took the op- paid oceasional visits to the vari- seeking entry to the secondary eth "a and Mr. A. J. H. Ha }
heard someone passing by the accused searching for Clivine Ellis, portunity to visit British Guiana, ous schools and held Saturday schools, and the solution to this 74 saat yesterday ordered a cu pleasure
house and shouted out. Then he an escaped prisoner. While in the St. Vincent and Barbados firs! n classes was discontinued from 1950 vexed problem of overcrowding ‘ “year-old Clementine Callena }
heard someone shout: “It’s the gap he heard a shout and went order to keep in touch with the and intensive one week courses lies in the provision of secondary a ene Rock brought again 1
Police.” He went out and saw a in the direction of that shout. On Extra Mural work of the Uni- for each grade of teacher were in- education for a number of pupils - husband Charles Callender E My \
police in plain clothes and they getting to the stop he saw that versity College stituted. within the framework of the ele- be reheard at the Police Magi MANICURE iH}
talked. the prisoner —Clivine Ellis—had ages ai ; The one week courses had un- mentary schools wate's Court and re-determined MIRNY TOILET SOAP \}
While talking he heard someone been arrested by two constables. He arrived on Thursday bY doubtedly achieved: establishin, ‘te Clementine has accused her hu Assorted Scents) )
shout for murder and the police- Ward and the other policemen B.W.1.A. from St. Vincent and is esprit de corps; providing a com Politics band of neglecting to support i
man ran in the direction of the along with the prisoner got into staying at the Hotel Royal. mon supply of general knowledg« : and is claiming maintenance Xmas Wecorations; XMmas ))
shouts. the van. Elijah Edey was not on “At the University College, the gained through evening Jecture: It is unfortunate that in all of The case was heard in th Crackers; Snow Houses, ete. )
He saw his son Clivine Ellis with the scene. He saw no beating. The undergraduates have a number of as well as visits to certain place these islands, the policy for educa- Lower Court by Police Magistrat A varied Assortment of ’
two policemen behind him, The @¢cused had no stick and wes clubs and societies, one of the most of interest; directing the Teachers 0 18 so greatly influenced by Mr. C. L. Walwyn who dismiss: ; Xmas Cards )
policemen began to beat his son, Wearing a pair of grey flannel valuable being the Caribbean along satisfactory lines in the the politicians, Even among the/it. The Appeal judges decide Xmas Table Decorations ?
Everyone of the policemen had a Pants. At this stage the defence Society which discusses .atters methods of study, providing per- most responsible sections of the| that the Probation Officer should .
stick and Ward, the accused, was ‘losed its case. concerned with the Caribbean” he sonal contact with the Tutorial! V@?ous islands is the fear of what} get information as to what sour
among them. Bodily Harm said. Staff and assisting the Probation- peaereas may do. Such a con-,of income Charles Callender ma Y
The policemen lifted his son to Addressing the Jury Mr. Malone «pie puiiding programme is go- 8*Y Assistants who formerly did dition warrants the hope that the j have. )
the police van and Sgt. Hutchin- reminded the Jury of the charges ;,, ah oe tt > y sf course. it NOt receive regular assistance in ‘me will arrive, and very soon} Mr. J. S. B. Dear appeared ¢ e
son: cuffed his son three times in brought against the accused, On woe a aia ce ‘by th f ; ceane in their studies. when a co-operative spirit be-|behalf of Clementine and M {
the face. He was above the house the first count he was charged eg - othe ‘9 1 ae ban tin 18 tween educationist and politician]D. H. L. Ward on behalf of he }
when he saw the accused hit his With inflicting grievous bodily et € re ee : ne a Scholarships will banish distrust and fear. husband.
son with a stick and he spoke to harm on Elijah Edey with intent. ae ae pen Se at ie od a He said that during the year ‘There is, however
the accused. The accused turned He told them that if the first count oe te te flding een en Hage 1950-51 there were no less than the islands | a wae oes = s i;
: "3 as > 7 i > 0 ne bu 2s in ¢ se srect- 7 a > 2 Sas P rive .
back to him and hit him with a has to be preva: intent has *o z x ten scholarship A.C.P. courses : :
q v é 4 . , 10n, were damaged by wind and ~ ‘ tike and the most responsible |}
stick until it broke, ‘The’ accusec be shown, The Crown must prove a 3 . awarded by the St. Lucia United fad hea
SAEs ancthie eid hit hin ace at " that the aceused did the act with Tain to the extent of about Association 1 New York'te teaete politicians do not intimidate the
ee or ry I a ul fan i an ne the intent $150,000. Fortunately, these build- ere’ th the delana educationists on whom so much
a a “ s >: é ras ; : : dee Ras Slé re y _
broken, The ell day May 18 He is charged on the second ings were all oer by an eally depends.
* ay ives 4 inflicui ev - ance, s f y ve been able to .
‘ : ig ' diel alent y harm. ) § at the make peal) ' , has ey tes “me 1
the Howl ie os a ae Sent background of the case, A pris- or eight weeks had to be spent in Mr. Walker who is a Barbadian 4,4 kind or cay ‘improvement i"
Saal ew Sree aeeears cner had escaped and Sgt. Hufch- doing repair work.” Said that it was a great pleasure vi s y i he
He could not use the hand for six : i ‘ : , } a 4 4 . the various groups. Especially is
renin inson and others were searching He said that the greatest dam- to visit the island after an absence this evident in the less financially
kn da for this prisoner, The time was 8.50 age was done to the old wooden of over eleven years and to note ; a
To Mr. Malone: Edey said that 7 ew . ‘ strong islands where sums of
Sie hon Saks othe Sane i eaiie p.m. on May 18. The witnesses buildings that they had been using the number of changes made dur- money provided from C.D and W
the SOHEe er Sissi eo aie vee “of the prosecution said that the as offices and lecture rooms. They ing that period. funds have been used tor, the|
rie policemen were vogging him. night was a clear one and a had been building and touching ‘Despite the fact that the aver- (0.4 ashaniaotel Bi
This happened about 830 p.m, on coeare . Lia oe d ‘ : erection and extension of school
Mav 18 All the Prcaate asi search was on for an escaped gome of those up, but their life age Barbadian who has never buildings and the training of|
Ma d 1e policemen were prisoner. been abroad feels that his country aly *

dressed in plain clothes and there
was “regular confusion”
the beating was going on.
unable to do anything.

The accused was wearing a
jacket ard pants. A cap was on
his head. The accused struck him
with a stick about 11 feet from
his house while he was standing,
Edey said his house ibout three
houses away from Spring Farm
Road. He knows the accused well.

First Aid Treatment

Pr. H. G. Cummins said on May
18 about 11 p.m. he saw Edey at
his office at Bank Hall. Just above
the wrist on the left hand was
broken. He rendered first-aid and
the next day he sent Edey to the
Hospital.

A stick applied with some
force to the left wrist could have
caused the fracture.

Eugene Ellis of Spring Farm,
St. Thomas, siid on May 18 about
8.30 p.m. she was on Spring Farm
Road

where
He was



when she heard someone
shout for murder. She saw some
policemen in plain clothes and
they were beating Clivine Ellis
and Rosaline Ellis. Clivine Ellis
was held as a prisoner. The ac-

cused had a stick in his hand with
which he struck Elijah Edey
until it broke, There was a crowd
in the vicinity.

To Mr. Malone, Eugene Ellis said

that the accused was wearing a
white shirt and a white pair of
pants,

George Ellis, next witness called
corroborated what Eugene Ellis
said, Ermie Branch, a 29-year-oid
awker of Rock Hall, St. Thomas,
id that she knew the accused



Goulbourne Ward before the inci-
The

dent on Mav 18 accused

Edey said that he saw the police-

men beating Clivine Ellis. He gave
a detailed account of how the
police bgat Ellis, but Eugene Ellis
said something else.

Edey could not have seen his son
being beaten if policemen had

crowded around while the beating
was going on It is up to them
to decide if Edey was telling the
truth on the witness stand

He was not suggesting that
Edey’s hand was not broken, but he
was submitting that the accused
Ward was not the man that broke
his hand that night. Everyone
of the prosecution witnesses
placed the accused on the spot and
identified the accused as the man
who administered the blow

Confusion

There was confusion that night
and yet they could remember
everything, They must look close-
ly at every point and weigh it. All
the policemen were dressed in
civilian clothes. Some said tiq:t
he wore a cap while others said
he had no cap. In a case like
this where the prosecution is under
suspicion, they must be satisfied
whether the accounts given py
the Crown witnesses were con-
cocted. The more they look at the
evidence the more they will get
suspicious. In a criminal case th
accused always has the benefit of
the doubt.

It is up to them to accept the
evidence of Edey, but there were
inconsistencies in his accoun
Edey was on the witness stand and
they saw how he gave his evidence
to the court. The prosecution
must prove its case beyond douot
and they have to decide if the

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was finished.
Colonial Office Grant

The colonial Office had treated
them very generously and had
granted a sum of money to enable
them to put up permanent build-
ings to replace the facilities that
they had lost.

Mr. Sherlock said that Mr. Hugh
Springer had been of tremendous
help to the University College as
Registrar. He was very well in-
deeq and his wife and himself, he
knew, would like him to give
their greetings to Barbadians

While in British Guiana he
that he was very much encouraged
by the way in which ihe extra
mural work was developing under
the guidance of the Kesident
Tutor, Mr. Adolph Thompson ana
with the assistance of the Advisory
Committee. Recently, some very
successful work had been done in

sald

collaboration with the Trade
Unions and the Labour Depar.-
ment.

Here in Barbados, he had taken
the opportunity of attending somé
sessions of the present conference
of the Directors of |
the Caribbean on the
Mr. J. Nicol, Education Adviser to
the Comptroller for Development
and Welfare and Chairman of the
Conference



ducation 1
invitacion of

He expressed sincere thanks to
the Advisory Committee in Bar-
bados and Mr. Justice H. A
Vaughan for the way in whict
they were carrying on the extra
mural work while the Resident
Tutor, Mr. A Douglas-Smith i
away on leave.

———

is more advanced than many ot
the neighbouring islands, he per-
sists in directing a battery of ques-
tions to compatriots who ure not
hesitant in stating a candid opin-
ion on this matter.”

During the week he said he had
been subjected to a few such or-
deals and hoped that his replies
would accomplish their chief ob-
jective namely, the conviction that
if Barbadians were patient enough
to listen to the bona fide reports

from other colonies, they would
adopt a policy of greater intro-
spection.
Prosperity

“It is evident that a wave of
prosperity has set in during my
absence”, he said. “One cannot
ignore the evidences so plainly
seen, Even in my own little dis-
trict of Speightstown, severat

helpful projects have been carried
out

“On the whole, the desire for
education has inereased, and
though in a rapidly increasing
population one would expect to

learn that the schools—elementary
and secondary—are over-crowded,





one must recognize tI spirit of
s ane. manifested many
jarents in providing the best



teachers
The
ings

tant

Age Grouping

Mr. Walker said he did not war
to enter
issue

into
but stated

any
that

controversia

the presen
local anxiety over age-groupin
was overcome in St, Lucia si»
years ago by the application of ¢
modified pattern which did not
disregard individual ability, a
circumstavee which would neces-
sarily leaa to a retrogression tha
would have to be strongly resist
ed by the people, He hoped tha
a satisfactory solution would soor
be found for this problem in Bar
bados

Social Services
The social services had
widely extended in Barbados

beer

The

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recurrent upkeep of build-
imposes a burden on_ the
islands and it is therefore impor-
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W.1. Bowlers Useless On De

S. Australia Score

276 Runs for 6 Wkts.

From HAROLD DALE
SYDNEY, Dec. 7.
THE WEST INDIANS were again faced with a dead
wicket today when South Australia won the toss at Adel-
aide and the bowlers had to work their utmost to make
any impression on the State batsmen.

A. Bowley had obviously set his heart on a century and
cored the first 18 runs in 90 minutes and this on a wicket
that gave the batsmen chance to stand back and look at
every ball.

flis eventuz



hundred took five hours.

Duldig was concerned
B ¢ L Play Ca ble f curious incident when
A nd W ireless eg umpire. Duldig ran _ after

rom Valentine slipped
owler’s hand and

“ha ‘ os j. with his bat and carefully hit

C tn es: er aia ya four with a golf shot from the

in a
ball
from the
went sailing

jut to the vicinity of the square








Baan . + ape aah toall at the umpire’s feet
tonae, —— ae ay oo 7 The significance of this match
tinued December 15th, Play to- from the tourists’ point of view
day starts 1.15 p.m , iz the trial it offers to Marshall
y. Roberts (Capt.) R.A and Rickards, who if they suc-
wless,-C. B:> Lawless * Bric ceed, emphatically can almost
: B. M. Matthews, R. B. —e a place in the third
R. M. Croney, BE. StC. “enti eae i
ices ~ alentine plugged away hope-
z a Frost, N. T. Clarke, fully as usual, but Ramadhin is
a w having a lean time on wicket:
4 that deny him any help at all.
s STRALIA IST INNINGS
Rugby Results vine rersone viene 32
© Bowley not ou 109
LONDON, Dec. 6. Pavell e Marshall b Valentin °
Results of the Rugby Union Duldig Worrell b Ramadhin 26
County Championship games .in Ridings ¢ Gomez b Ferguson 46
the United Kingdom today are: fngiand c Rickards b Valentine il
North Midlands 9, Warwickshire tangley not out 10
14, Notts Lincs and Derby. 5 Extras a
East Midlands 6; Oxfordshire 9, Sotet doe € -widhew) . 276
Leicestershire 12. “



FOUR WIN ESSAY
CONTEST PRIZES

R. Michelin, Com-
ot Police, presented
prizes tO the winners of the Essay
Competition yesterday morning.
The competition was run by the
Police. The subject was “The
Value of Boys’ and Girls’ Clubs
a Community.”

Two people shared in the fir
prize. They were Mr. Geoffrey M.
Birkett and Mr. Charles Cheese-
man, They each got book of
ten tickets for the Boys’ and Girls’
Clubs raffle.

Colonel
missioner

7. awareness of the

responsibilities,

expected civic
whien ig to be
ulumately theirs. To teach them
‘hat the Police are, con.ary to
pre-conceived ideas, incuicated no
loubt by their seniors, their
potential friends, and not.to be
afraid of by law abiding citizens.
fo inspire by example and pre-
‘ep., the desire to emulate tfie way
4 life, from which they have
proof, that pays handsome divi-
aends. Could any intelligent per-

in



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The second prize, son deny tig cammunity the op-
which was also a tie, was won by portunities offered by these clubs
Mrs.. Alma Watson and 15-year- to promote those ideals among

old Wilfred Wood. Each
tickets for the seme raffle.

got five so large a percentage of our youth
population?

The seed has been plamted
fertility spiritually assured; it is
now left to the gardeners of the
oul and body to ensure germina-
tion, careful tending through the
period of infaney and adolescence,
for the fruit of maturity to be
judged worthy of illustrious an-
cestry. There is a direct challenge
to the Ministry, Scou and Girl
Guide Leaders, Y.M.C.A. and all
such kindred organisations, to do
a job of work that will resound
to their everlasting credit as time
allows the interest on their labour
to be assessed.

The results of these
cannot be expected to

4 | ei
, its
essay sent lu

follows:—
bados boys’ and Girls’
Clubs

Facts that need no proof are
alluded to as being axiomatic. The
need of clubs for youth in any
community should by now almost
be consiGered in the same ligni,
but for Barbados it is nearly like
flogging a dead horse, so obvious
is the requirément. The cause
for wonder is that it has taken so
long for this pressing need to be
realised by those with the welfare
of the istand at heart. Perhaps
those nearest seeing least applied

by Mr.



t was as

Bai

schemes
be either





in this case and it was left .o an spectacular or immediately appar-
energetic and resourceful Com- cnt, but like the tiny coral the
missioner of.Police, only of com- Work must be intense, persistent,
parative recent arrival, with the unobtrusive and ever diligent so
courage of his convictions, to that one day the island must ap-

pear from what now seems a void
no hingness.

launch this laudable scheme. May
his ‘efforts: be crowned with the
suceess they deserve.

paraphravye a memorable
sch from our then King, Ed-
‘d VIIl — “There are countless
thousands of children denied the
n.atehless blessing of a happy

Having presented a case for the
inauguration of the clubs the next
siep is to devise means whereby
iney may be kept alive and
vigorously able to prosecute their
aims and objectives. Raffles can-



herme under the influence of @ not be expecied to supply the con-
united mother and father.” These tinuous stream of finance neces-
unfortunates are handicapped sayy, especially when the momen-

trom bitth, Dirt, disease, desert-
ion are a combination that no dia-
tribe cen-—cure, In the progres-
sive youths’ club dirt is elimin-
ated, disease easy of detection and
the calamitious impact of desertion

tum becomes progressively greater
and the machinery of administra-
tion achieves high gear. There is
the golden opportunity for one - ‘
the political parties now engaged
; in the fight for survival, to give
is softened; wherefrom a loyalty ‘this cause their official recog-

conceived, however nebulous nition, backed by adequate funds.
first, which must give birth tofwhat better way to spend, say
a very promising ideal. £10,000 annually, from the Labour





Youth is exuberant, cepriciousm welfare Fund, than on the child
and wilful, How necessary therfl \f the labourer? With vision, and
it is for their energies to be

roper planning in these early
ears, a correlation with the Eve-
ing Institute can be created, and
rom early youth the tendency for
some branch of specialised train-
ing be stimulated and encouraged,

direeted into proper channels! Th
spending of leisure time hag lon
been acknowledged as of prim
mportance, even among those en-

ved with all of the advantages.

w at percentage of mark-up is to the welfare of all concerned.
therefore necessary for those with- Numerous possibilities present
out? Inealeulablet hemselves — have we the leaders

However hackneyed the phrase qualified to direct and promote?

that the boys and girls of to-day
are the men and women of to-
morrow it is irrefutable: so when

Colonel Michelin's foresight and
wisdom has given us Clubs for
our less fortunate youth — it is

it wer #0 “ idely known and 50 now squarely the responsibility
tranquilly accepted; that our youth of our Government primarily, and
n their thousands were without

the public generally to prevent a
premature death. Now is the time
for all men o* goodwill to rally
to the cause.

the facilities, whereby their bet-

instincts could be matured and
could any serious think-
individual challenge the feasi-
7, not to say compelling neces-
clubs?



13 ID’s IN NOVEMBER

Ten cases of tuberculosis for
November are among the notifi-
eations of infectious diseases for
that month, which have been re-



of youths’

What it may be asked are the
alms and objectives of these clubs?
Under present sponsorship I take
them to be:—To provide accommo-

on where children may gather
in surroundings that are conducive

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By Peter Ditton

LONDON.
On April 21st, 1919, John God-
dard was born in Barbados, The
event, marked by the usual family
celebrations, was due to have
more far-reaching consequences
than could ever have been imagin-

ed at that time. The son of a
now wealthy businessman and
store-owner, John Goddard was
to become captain of the first

West Indies team ever to win a
Test match against England in
this country.

Now he is leading the West In-
dies team in Australia, in a. bid
to wrest from them their post-war
superiority. So far his efforts
have not met with success. The
West Indies were well beaten in
the first game at Brisbane. But
I believe that when the series is
complete, they will have establish-
ed their claim as the world’s No.
1 cricketers.

What manner of man is John
Goddard? He is not a_ great
cricketer when compared with

other members of his side, such as

Worrell and Weekes and Rama-
dhimn and Valentine, But he is
nevertheless a great leader and

a man who gets the best possible
results from his team.

I had the opportunity to spend
some time with him two summers
ago, when the West Indies were
in England and I realised then the
great influence he exerted over
his team. To a man, the West
Indian players admire and respect
Goddard and anything they fail to
achieve under his leadership, they
could not do under any other cap-
tain,

Goddard’s own abilities we did
not see to the full on his visit to
England. His batting never reach-
ed any great heights, although it
is only fair to say that his dogged
52 in the last Test at the Oval was
one of the main reasons why En-
gland had to follow-on and were
eventually beaten by an innings,

In fact, the last Test was un-
doubtedly Goddard's best match
of the tour, For when England
went in to bat, he exploited his
tight-hand, medium-paced leg-
cutters so successfully, that despite



Hutton’s gallant undefeated dou-
ble century, the follow-on was
enforced.

Probably in a batting side not

as well equipped as that he now
captains, Goddard would be seen
to better advantage, As it is, he
either does not get called upon,
because so many runs are on the
board, or else he has to come in
when wickets are falling cheaply
and play a dogged, defensive role,
Either way, his natural flair
for’ attack is not given free rein
And as he is a left-handed bats-
man, that is all the more unfor-
tunate, All the same, we know
him to be capable of great things
for in 1943 he was concerned in
an unbroken stand of 502 with
Frank Worrell—of which his share
was 218.

As a bowler he can be extreme-
ly difficult to play. Accuracy is
his strong point; he is not fast
By no means can he be said to
measure up to the requirements of
the ideal opening bowler for a
Test side. But such is his faith
in Ramadhin and Valentine, two
tireless workers, that he is main-
ly concerned with getting the shine





ported by the Acting Director of {off the ball and then he sets them

to work, So far his confidence

There were two cases of enteric| has not been mis-placed.

On the field Goddard sets a
splendid example with his brilliant
close-to-the-wicket fielding. His
favourite position, although he is



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There he has
catches which
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Val the successes they

One in particular that
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Which ¢ issed Parkhouse
Second Test Lord
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when Washbrook and Parkh
both well set, were threatening
destroy the advantage gaine
the West Indies in the
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outside his off-stumy; He
well, The ball absolutely
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the ground and Goddard, standing
not more than five y from the
crease, dropped his id an
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end the partnership and set the
West Indies on the road
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mixer. He can
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and sensibility
in | bearing. The
firm. le

hoed

a
freely
ae
ed
but
field is
groomed but nor ho
ance His dar! hair
rushed ¢ € h side i ne
centre |
easily on
giving }
stockiness
ceptive. Hi
he owns his own hor

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talk

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is a devoted husband

His wife, Gloria, anc
children—all girls
important to him

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even his beloved cricket
it must have taken a great dea}
of persuasion by the West Indti
Board of Control to get him to
to Australia dar told
when he was I e in 1950 it |
did not think he would underta
any more tours abroad. “I en)
cricket”, he said, “but I do n
like being away from the family
so long.”

Having been persuaded, in the

interest of West Indian cricket, t





alter his mind, Geddard will s
no efforts to “deliver the ¢
This may be his last big appear-

ance in big cricket, as he likely
to go full-time into his father’s
business as a chartered account-
ant, on his return home

So far he has never been ot
the losing side in a Test seri¢
It will be a fine ending to a fine
career succeeds in maintain-



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First, Second and Intermed-
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Police Band at the St.
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Sunrise: 6.00 a.m

Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

Moen: First Quarter, Decem-
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ADVOCATE

Non-Suit
Judgment

Because of di crepancies in the
the Court of Appeal
Mr. H. A. Vaughan and
J. H. Hanschell, yesterday
non-suit case Con-
Beckles of Porey Spring,
against Beres-

idence



v

Stance
56,Phomas, brought
ford McKenzie claiming £5 4s. 2d.

& in a









Mr. D, H. L, Ward represented
Beresford McKenzie
lice Magistrate Mr. J. R. Ed-
brag iven judgment for
Betkies when he adjudicateg the
Case
Beckles told the court that she
any McKenzie had at one time
been on friendly terms and it w
the hat fe



him money to
koe for her. Two of the wit-
called to prove her
ere relatives, one her sister

e o



hd the other her daughter. Her
sist gave evidence to the effect
th he heard McKenzie admit
hat } i tl money for her
he vughte iid she saw
1other ve McKenzie

money on two occasion
McKenzie denied having been
ven money to keep for Beckles.

Admitted Debt

ir. Ward pointed out that while

r had said that when
he heard McKenzie admit owing
th money, Beckles wa present,
yet, Beckles had not spoken of
hat occasion,

He said that Beckles’ daughter
Eulene had said in evidence that
he lived at her mother’s house
wh her mother had given the
fir: mount of money. When her

gave the second amount,
iid she was living at Bank
had gone up at her

r to spend a day.
r mother on the other hand,”







e said, “told the Court that her
; hter eame up at her to get
clothes.”

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he told him about the money he
truck her in her face. It would
heme been strange for him to ad-
mit it before her sister after he

ada ~d it before when there
va itness present.

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work of the Evening Institute and , by PZ

St. Lucia Education

@ From page 5.

Workers’ Education Groups must
be highly commended.

He said that he did not have an
opportunity to visit any of the
schools; but he had heard enough
to convince him that the right
attitude of the teachers was
major problem here.

a

If a teacher is really interested
in the human lives among whom
he works, no method of organi-
sation would preclude his zeal for
enlightening nis charges. There
must be a greater personal touch
established between the teachers
and the cyficers of the Department
who should be regarded as friends
and advisers and not spies. It
would do the average teacher here
great deal of good to witness
rmony which exists in other
»s betwen these two bodies
who are working in a co-operative
effort on the same project. The
teachers’ influence on the pupil
should then be lasting and effec-
tive.

Mr. Walker said that he was
glad to recognise this week, sev-
eral men in whom he saw the
boys he once impressed, and was
now impressed by their achieve-
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She was offered and aecepted a
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(From Codrington)

Rainfall: Nil

Total Rainfall for month to
yesterday: 1.00 in.

Highest Temperature: 85.5°
F.

Lowest Temperature: 72.5°
F.

Wind Velocity: 6 miles per
hour.

Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.954;

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Chase Will Seek 20,000 ATTENDED S¢. Joseph Round-up: Merchants Should Money Unclaimed Hams Arrive HARBOUR LOG
EXHIBITION Suri Road Cease Buying Preston Waithe, a Barbadian, Sch. Maren, ‘Henristta, "Sch. edith
e 8 urinam oa ~ bp Ee a 5 oe rara on August 16, Ninety six cases of hams from Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Wonderful
To Remedy City ~ the Annual Indcoeie Exhibition Goods Front U.K. Waithe \

unclaimed $231.18. Montreal were landed here yes- ‘ lor, Sch, Mary E. Caroline, Sch
n ; + » oe 4 : ; ine = terday from the motor vessel 4. sch. Mandalay Il MV. Cc. L. M.
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is employed as a car- 1 Wonita, Sch. Adalina, Sch. Molly























This was a record attend eee orate last night at Cox Road ite Company, Ltd., Mackenzie ed during the morning M. €mith, Seh. Lady Noeleen, Sch.
Tt ar rd ds », On . M ad, wy, : arcana Sie, ; during € rning. Clouda S., Mr, Blue Star, Sch, Anita
Tt Thursday night the crowd was The Surinam road in St. Jos eph ae Church, that _ althougn ea ‘sbeek ah a’ me : a Cansdian — Commaructer ISO HS Mandalay “IL, Mi, C1. M,
| ws over 15,000. was impassable to. vehicular traf - pate, had Jncroesed. and increasea his “last pl ace of omplosment us brought for Barbados 10,000 car fannis, Sch. Gardenia W
a Yams, potatoes and other fic on Thursday and again yester- SOMSiderably, yet the prices ot @ rpenter up to the time of death t©DS Of beer, 1,000 sacks of spri ‘ ayy) ge
‘ ground provision is well’ as Gay morning. ‘ goods were soaring every week. (I at * a . are a 7 i suse, Wheat flo ir, apples, cheese, pickle Wells, fr : ‘London ; et. "
. fruit were sold at the Park yes- A large stone was blown from id “pal eRe tae ee ine Geor ylown ae it, frozen poultry, onions, MV. Stenton, 1,083 ton§ net, Capt.
The tenantry roads in the City are in a very disgraceful terday morning. A large crowd, @ Cliff nearby and stopped in the ‘got to be tackled. We of the Elec. He died at 70 Da Silva St, Patent medicines and clothing from "iy. ‘Canadian Consttuctor, 3,93. ton
condition and if you do me the honour of sending me to the ate vation the Pa ee eae ae [ee ons tors’ Association feel that the only Newtown, Kitty, East Coast c ee ports et, Cabt.’ Andewen, trom St Laeie, 7
ae : * * c a 4 “&., ‘ > Park ake Pe@ss< . as ray » ta : hristmas tree was among tl noone nilter P aie
House of Assembly, they would be the first thing I would purchases. A eae men were working on the way to do this is by ceasing to a ; ' oak Stontes al - vh vit net, Capt. Stewart Bet. Saeee
‘ ae as ‘| ar 5s fr, . a8 " . g Mc »g while ;
seek to get remedied, said Mr. Victor Chase to the large This year the canes were cut Stone yesterday, in order that the ion rn Se Re ee ee- f », moderate supply of fruit « me MV. T. B Madar, 116. ton net, Capt
rowe rhe rr ; > -eting an sold > sricultural road = sh . ade ass. be j See ae Sh 7 7 . itch Stee te oe :
: Bs Sr ned out to listen to the political meeting of as Id Pg oo ic ultural oats, should be made pi mint There should be no bulk pur- Inter. BA, I QS88eC8 trom St. Lucia Mite he il, for St. Vinewst sii aul
he Hiectors’ Association at Baxters Road cz Tuesday night. Were “removed beteoen woe. men gchase system at all, said Mr. ‘The followng have passed the . The Canadian Constructor was . . s~ * teece arches . i“ , acte 3 t g f
ius meeiing was heid in sup- increasing the price, pu: aside day night and yesterday morn : . * devon et : —— = Intermediate Bachelor of Arts tne oe sail ee: = fen
porc of the candidature of wir. some financial reserve. it is Handicraft and needlecraft exhi Ra . ; @ as betore, be Examination briish Guiana via st. Vincen
. wit, & a @ § s é a - ains during the pas ow days, aga re 500 : . , nan ad Ty 7 ~ S
Chase who is seeking election to therefore only reasonable that bits were removed yesterday caused. Guster ao . : the ; eer wieae ie aupue one Browne, Elon Benoni, Private “i od t “Me ax cant a A ystin : eawell
S sse e > Jover > ‘ . Ys 5 one oe a actures them. « » G - - sned to Messrs. Gardiner Austin
the House of Assembly 2s a rep- Government should offer them othe ee ae : Chimborazo Road which wasi{Chis would create competition and study; Goodridge, Rudolph Val- = Co Ltd ars, Gare ARRIVALS — BY B.W.LA.
resentative of the City of Bridge- some help. e Park for a few hours had damaged earlier this year, repair-#xeep down prices and the people entine, Barbados Evening Insti- “ “ r Se
town, : a disorderly appearance. A num- ed and was damaged ag ' pyr people tute and Private study. Harewood, From 8T. VINCENT:
Mr. Chase said that } ld Economy ber of urchins searched mone i . was ore eee A@wvould get what they needea at a Clayton Athelstan Barbad a iy Muriel Richards, Frank Hudson, Eliza-
' > saic at he woulc Dae stata dldtistee was : : s £ shed amo pile-driver was brought the ‘easonable price. = pistan, Barbados ~ be s 1. Philip Sherlock
take up the matter of the roads at gar industry was the one the wh, apes ning Institute and Lynch, Milton DECREE NISI cm BRITISH GUIANA:

refuse for paper hats, coins during the week and work is

' eS = are ats, r g is ex-] \V

es = an and a nut or sweet. pected to start on this reed soul r
a siand, : a for The booths were already strip- it was learnt on Thursday

encouraging the establishment of ped of their r 5

a : The “war >yiene From BRITISH GUIANA:
Cleon, Private study. The Hon, The Acting Puisne "Cifoline Cruickshank, Frederick

The following Higher Schoo! ?“48e, Mr. G. L. Taylor yesterday jewel, Hester E. Adams, Christopher

Reece was speaking at the
litical meeting of the Electors’
Association which was held in sup-

the highest level, “with His Maj-
esty’s Secretary of State for the





. 5 ; si ‘ , + anted decree nisi in the Court Duncan
Colonies if necessary.” He said decorations and . ¥ = ft . dice cs . Candidates have completed in : : 1
: S y. sa industries to help that economy, work ; Bia port of his candidature and Mr, : . o Divorce and Matrimonial
hat w aa ee” an , > e ¥, workmen had already begun t ees > Ps on tae exemption from the Intermediate ‘‘ * oo. Ps RES — .W.LA.
whe ean car dese would was an imperative one. dismantle them . ° A large number of holiday- a note ygee ge be a a as Examination . ~~. Causes, in the suit of Colin L, Bat- — ARON THURSDAY” -
ae eht to the peo- Mr. Chase wen speak 2 3s ‘ . ivaded B: nebs ne House of Assembly as the re- : . c titioner, and Laurna A. Bat- ID AI
ple in the areas. These were the rt Fon to Speak of The fuss of the one hundred makers invaded Bathsheba on presentatives of the parish of ,,/®niss, Rupert Leon, Barbados petitioner, and Laurna A. Bat~ rer TRINIDAD

the need for the provision of com- ang first . : - Thur F m n, respondent Oswald Reid, William Lewis, Iris Deane
; ;: J ! s é st Annus strix So hursday and enjoyed a lon eS} dent,
amenities which he considered pulsory d Annual Industrial Exhi joyed a s

very necessary for their comfort

Evening Institute and St. John

Christ Church,
Se ot Bruce Carlisle, Private study

Both spoke of the service they

i Seti te eae , Francis, Cecil Babb, Ernest Parkinson,
M L, Williams instructed by Yittcria Welch, Maurice Joseph, Jesse

education, and also the bition is now a faded memory, SWim, apart from bathing they ;
Messrs, Haynes & Griffith, solici- eager, Antonio Hidaleo, Luisa Hidaleo,

need for more secondary schools The scene will be revived at the Tan about on the sand and had





















Problem For Some Time and schools for technical and vo- one hundred and second Exhibi. long walks as far as Cattlewash. oe aye 1 SO", Feten ane nee ; a a ofa, apreared for Colin Baten. ‘ Hidalce ‘Veopldo teal Graydon
sferri > ‘OS -ati E ini “ ~ ' * * ge BY “re ° . aS ns Sey , “lis, Sheila Wells, Carlos § a, Maris
. Referring to the high cost of cational training. “The kind of tion next December, told how they had been instru- Xmas I'ovs Arrive Sierra, Lisle Citens, Elva Sellier, Anthony
iving, Mr. Chase said that the education that our boys and girls . " ‘ on ; v = Aleazar, Henry Alcazar, Anthony Martin,
local importer was at the mercy receive today, determines what Work at the majority of Sugar- one en aes Christmas toys arfived for Ba: 40 PASSENGERS Jaima Germain, Roland Delabastide
. . 7) ' * > vac rie: yreEeSs z setling a ac ona lee - — we & = .
of the exporter to a certain ex- men and women they will be to- Ed ti T . ol eee " x eae - standposts in the parish in one bados yesterday by the Harrison DUE ON GOLFITO 0 Seteeeeen Gramie Tull, Bent Toft.
» tent and therefore he thought the morrow,” he said. ucation alks terday. This oe iS in prepara. year, along with three the Vestry liner S.S. Planter. Forty passengers will be arriv- rar PUERTO RICO
' increasing rise in the cost of liv- Rent Restriction ae , tion of the on Br gies sea- had provided. This, they said, was The cargo was varied and in- ing here from England on*Mon- | Dr. Clyde Cowan, Mr, Herbert Ascough,
ing would remain a problem for Mr. Chase told of the need for Finish Today ao at See without precedent in any other Cluded, gin, sherry, mayonaise, day by the T.S.S. Golfito, passen- ee i Gaee tte ae
some time. He thought, however, a Rent Restriction Bill though he ~ There are no fewer than thirty parish. It was a record, ketch-up, Cod liver oil, pilchards, ger ship of the Elders & Fyffes poneroy. ;
that in order to ease the burden thought, he said, it would now be | The Education Conference which factories expected to grind canes \ further report of this meeting canned cod roes, tinned soup, line. She will be sailing for ror DOMINICA:
with regard to the food situation, somewhat late, people having been 1S meeting at Hastings House during the next season. At some Will appear in a later issue. coffee and tea, She is consigned Trinidad the same night. syd Flook, Cecil Chambers, Norma
>) S . 97 4 sie ‘ . ad . ovr Pe Ps ne . . . f e, . TY , > av yy " , s « € . . a ba c .
Pui bc ee again insist allowed to sky-rocket their rents under the chairmanship of Mr. factories new parts are being in- EMIGRATION AND to Messrs Ma Costa & Co, Ltd Up to yesterday wore ev iibing Simmonds
on landowners planting a certain as they pleased “Tf rents are J. L. Nicol, O.B.E Educ: . es had booked with Messrs. Wilkin- INICA:
‘ ; ' ms ° sea. s - h , BE, ducation stalled an thers are being reno- : ‘ From DOM :
amount of their-land in vegeta- stabilised on the basis that exists Adviser to the Comptroller for voted a mene DEEP WATER HARBOUR son & Haynes Co., Ltd., to sail wWitiam Hindle

on ApG provisions. “It was a today, I think they will be very Development and Welfare, has ARE THE ANSW. S RODNEY LEAVES oe ey na rowel, eee
ore grave mistake to have al- high indeed,” he said. Neverthe- been working steadily throughout ’ Mr. S. A, Walcott told the elec- FOR CANADA rm
ore law in this connection less, he thought Government the week and expects to finish its Playing for R. Sealey XI vs S tors of Josey Hill, St. Lucy last 7, ‘i Fan Ht us
” Gplatinn ue an, ; should attempt to have some re- task at midday to-day. Scene XI on pri lle fa ‘last Might that emigration eae * bi te R.M.S, Lady Rodney cleared Red Bid Defeated I ire D mages ouse
Spez ne sixty or more vision of the situation, and more- The Conference was addressed O S 7 ees oe ~y water harbour would help solve A Teena Sescal : igi
fishing bobte that had been des. un’ aautenha traiee eaten E was addressed Car] Sealey took 5 for 9 includ- H . , ‘oblem in Pert last night for Canada via the * . > A FIRE of unknown origin
; . 4 ; spector to go on Thursday by } ore : aa oe s» the unemployment problen ae : Continued From Page 1 A D -
troyed # couple of d 5 es Ie ee enteiees” ay ean ing the hat trick and scored” & Barbados, British Norshern Islands after But dalegntee were saveadibed which occurred at The Ivy, St.

ays ago, Mr. around and inspect the houses lock, Vice Princip:
Wuhan 6oe . | é a s Ses : = pal of the Uni- snes yy . ; ' i -
Chase said that it was only a week that people rented, to make sure versity College of the West Indies es Mr. Walcott was speaking at the to take the floor to explain their Michael, on Thursday night, dam





se
ne





spending two days here loading







e 2 ‘he avite > . The Mobile Cinema paid an- , ho snciation’: ica] Sugar, molasses and rum . 7 .
before in Chapman's Lane, that these people were getting the on the subject of a seminar on ane San no St. Joseph's during Electors Association's ; foo al : votes. The Russian and Polish aged the eastern end of a hous
he had stressed the necessity for service from the house for which literacy and adult education which the week. This time it was in the Meeting which was being here 2 delegates made the familiar charges 16 x 9 ft. owned by Millicen

Government to give every assist- 2y were pay “There i s ort of the candidatures of Mr ‘ , . aggrese- . antity slothing

ance atid qnostiengamant’ poasinks ~ . ioe at ik?) aR FS ode is + it is proposed to hold next year in Almshouse Yard, and was placed Et. wera and himself as repre- THE MILL BED PLATE tbat the uN a re ae Hinds _& Soren of cle
Dé ~ ssib doubt abo i” 6 Mair, ase sald, Jamaica After debate on the in a position which afforded a lib- (7 ee ‘ f oieea ~ sion agains ne Soviet anc al- was also burnt,

Perens raer / “4 . ses é Dh aes s . : . . sentatives for the parish of St. vrnaien , .

to fishermen, in order that with many people rent houses that subjects involved, it was agreederal view for the inmates who ee ue ase yer eset THE Barbados Foundry fabri- kans state

their catches, the cost of living, le the > rai alls and as r “ate ate . Phe Asse j , a ad The Fire Brigade was summon-~
even in a small measure, could be ; a ee - te -. as ye Pe that the holding of such a semin- looked on from =, ae at the next General Elections ‘ = wae ate S é : : oie none ppc vonage Pha adIP am ed but the blaze was put out be-
wg oer en ea P i act are é fs ~ ar could prove most valuable. sallery, A large number of resi- . ard v spoke on Edu- ., Stale é owe wState re é uM . é eo ad ne
reduced. This he had emphasised plorable condition. Yet they Other suinects ousaer we the aekts sitended the show which #2 Myeueina we ‘cuilarations Factory and NOT the Central watchdog unit by 48 to 5 (the fore the fire men sencned Bb or
ai sai ws ty fact that in the charge high rents for these houses conference in the last two days was very interesting asixcituc other things said that age, Foundry as was previously Soviet Bloc) with one abstention, scene The damage is not ¢
near-future the price of certain and at the same time refuse to re- },.., i orn ee eke sae ’ ber : ae i Stated in these columns —U.P. mated

essentials as salted fish, beef, milk have been education in agricul- grouping should be abolished and |

pair them. ‘If the price of food is ture, commercial sducation. ; . compulsory education,
ete., would be considerably in- being controlled, rents should also ; a education, and E ee : aie” at Mi Stephen Walcott told the|
Wort F ; be controlled.’ It is an involved jeajs +3 OE ies sehoel electors of Josey Hill, St. Lucy
rnings F. Vishe > ‘ues x p ors x, 1e §6St, Elizabeth's oo. a at e Pe
arning or ishermen question but I think if member the same evening when a Politi- last night that emigration would |

Fishermen should have proper of the Government put their heads ee . help the island which is so thickly |
. Lett Of Adm ~ sein ne..enhd . , the help the island Ss }

protection from the weather, together and go carefully into the etters inistration 38 Page ee ld by the populated.

Llectors ASs & , é

There should be broadcast daily matter, some relief can be brought In the Court of Ordinary yes- } He said that it was impossible
ae the wa re s 3 : ; P ad heard some - ‘i ' ir

a forecast of the weather and to the people who rent houses in terday, The Hon. the Acting pce gee roy nny eet Sige ah The for the people to support their

warning of any impending danger, this island. It is a matter that I Puisne Judge Mr. G. L. Taylor menng Re ty held in support of children as“they would like.

so that the fishermen could pull shall certainly give my attention granted the petition of Malvina the candidature of Mr. Wilfred 7 : =

up their boats in time to avoid it. to if I be sent to the House as E. Bonnett of Britton’s Hill, a * . ma Churchwarden @R'@ + ~
Another encouragement to the your representative.” widow, for letters of administra- Ruthven Coward (C SESSIONS from page 5



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of refrigeration so that the fish intention of his Party if they got Simeon Bonnett, Tee aes ri si > senior and I ron Pye Peel 4 Sere retihinilateiibdabeudbabianicteincnnieviavndtiieais Pe |

F V ; ’ paar) and Mr. Smith are the senior a the prosecution.must prove that

could be preserved when there a majority in the House, to extend | Mr. D. E. Malone, instructed by unior representatives (for the ward, the accused, was the man
were large catches, the hospital, provide more medical Mr. R. C, Chapman, Solicitor of act few years) in this parish. that d 1 the act and that he did
“The fishermen have given the attention there and pay some Messrs Carrington & Sealy ap- P®™ : ; A ee















> " i ent. They—the Jury
public faithful service,’ said Mr. special attention to the provision peared for the petitioner. Be WAR “ a Te facts.
Chase, “service which is always of a maternity ward and a pre and The wills of the following peo- Al ti of & Mi a yo co Se told

» “Ss s always g j é a @ Sit 7 ; robate: » r. eld, Crow Sel,

fraught with grave danger to them- ante-natal clinic. All these pro~ PIS, Tete qi et tO ee st, Mass Evacuation the Jury that from the evidence it | VIYELLA WOOL and A, ELITE LONG SLEEVE SPORT
selves. In their present plight it jects had his wholehearted sup- Michael; Wyatt Kaylor Gooding, x . ie B oi was only one man who broke COTTON SOCKS.. Sizes 10 oO, SHIRTS in self colours of cream,
is the duty of the Government to port. = St. Philip; Mabel Bailey, St. Mi- Camiguin €giIMS — idey’s hand, and that man was to 11% ins. in shades of ? blue and grey. Excellent for
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done I am sure the people of the me a trial as your representative yyichael; Selena Whitney, St. MANILA, Dec..7. court to Judge the case on the evi-
island including myself, will stage in the House,” said Mr. Chase, “I Peter; Cherles Evan Harewood, Philippine naval vessels began gonce.

the biggest march ever, to go to want this opportunity to represent g¢ John; Ar a Rose Jane Craw- the mass evacuation to the island “ ippe prosecution * had brought
Government House and put their the interest of you people in the ford, St. George; and Joshua of Mindano of thousands of per- witnesses and each of them told



case before His Excellency. I be- City especially, and the island aS Augustus Field, St. Peter, sons left homeless by four erup- j)6 court what they saw. Sst.

HE? lieve that every member of my a whole. Remember the associa- ———— pera - - ; tions of Mount. Hibok on the jriehingon said that he saw no
Party will stand behind this 100 tion that has existed between us we can be of the greatest use to island of Camiguin, solicemen with. sticks. . ‘ s
P rs ‘we have you. I am sincere and I am ask- pe OLD ENGLAND PYJAMAS



per cent. for the many y ‘ i obs an They saw the witness of the
; “It must be borne in mind that known each other. ing you to give me that chance io A Red * ao SO ete Ieee the I iaeasion on the stand and it |
Government have fixed the price “Mr. Mottley, senior member carry out these plans I had in Pa eo be ee bAlity * Res- was said that most of them were |
of fish so that when there is a for the City in the last session of mind in your interest when on the #! the mit © honcesatinrady Res- relatives and they would be biass- |
scarcity or an emergency such as the House, is also one of our mem- last occasion I was defeated at the oe ae s neodl = ered. 236° bodies (

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DIED
FORDE—On December 7 1951 Julia
Augusta, at her residence Lower
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480 this afternoc for St. Barnabas
Churet
Colvin, Terence, Gerald Forde ‘sons
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PHILLIPS: Oswald H. Phillips, at Brook-}

lyn, NY. on November 15, 1981
Geneva (Wife), Erle, Hartley,
Robert, Oswald ‘Sons) Lisle
(Brother May, #isie and Ive
(Sisters) 8.12. 51-——-1n

IN MEMORIAM

GREEN—im lovi nvemony of our deor
mother Laura Green (“Titta’) who
was called to the Great Beyond De-
cember 8th 1950.

God saw the road was getting rough

The hills were too steep to climb

So He gently closed her weary eve

And whispered peace be thine.”
fiver to be remembered by her childrer

Claudius, Montauge, Joseph.

New York Paprts pleasé copy

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HUNTE; Carmen Elaine, In loving mem
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on December Sth 1950

“Called to higher service

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Sydney
In

MAYNARD James Gordon tn fgnd
rem mberance of my dear Husband
and loving father who died Detemt

193)

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To their haven under the hill
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ished hand—

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rent

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2. Car Garage, 2 servant's Room,
Laundry, Toilet, and Shower Being
fully enclosed. For viewing ring 5010
or 6.12.51—4n

“a





LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Charles Burgess of
Baltle, St. Peter, for permission to sell
Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c. at a shop
attathed to wall building at Baltic,
St. Peter

Dated this 5th day of December 1951
To: SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”’

CHARLES BURGESS,
Applicant

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

o’elock, a.m :
SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “E”
8.12, 51—1n

GOVERNMENT NOTICE

GENERAL ELECTION

Electors are reminded that they
can ascertain the number of the
Registration District in which they
are registered from any Police
Station of the constituency.

2. Notices are being posted
giving the boundaries of the Reg-
istration Districts. These notices
also give the address of the Polling
Station for the District and this
information has been published in
the Press.





4.12.51—2n.
S FURNISH
in Christmas Style

STYLISH New and Renewed
Wardrobes, Chests-of-Drawers,
Vanities and space-saving Dressing
Tables, $14 up, Stools, Beauty-
Redsteads in 4 sizes with or with-
out deeper sleeper Springs, Laths.
Separate Siderails, Night-
chairs

‘+

TABLES in big range of woods,
shapes and sizes for Dining,
Kitchen, “Fancy and other uses,
China Kitehen and Bedroom
Cabinets. Waggons, Larders

DRAWING ROOM FURNITURE
in Morris, Tub, Rush. Upright,
Easy and. Berbice Chairs—ALL AT
MONEY SAVING PRICES

L.S. WILSON
SPRY ST.

MAL SOE SOOO 66

PLISOOSE SESE *

SOOIOCO








































AUTOMOTIVE



CAR
om

Plymouth Sedan
Waterford Plantation,

Offers to J, B.
St. Michael
6.12. 51—3n
FARGO PICKUP--Steel Body, Steel
Lumber Carrier. Five new tyres, Engine
in first class condition—Phone .
or contact Acme Cycle Co., James
$.12,51—2n

TRUCKS—Two Fordien Thames 5-ton
Trucks in good working order’ Done
inder 8,000 miles. For particulars Apply
W. IL. Biseult Co., Ltd. Phone 4337.

4.12.51—6n



St





MOTOR LAUNCH 26 ft stongly built
Motor Launch, latge cabin, ample head
Som. Morris Vedette Marine Enging.
Really good condition, To be seeh at D. R.
Young's Gas Company





ELECTRICAL

OR. Phone
9.12.51—la



SUNBEAM ELECTRIC RAZ
“1.



LIVESTOCK

PUPS—Pure Bred Bull Master Pups.
Apply Mrs. John Goddard, Dial 3784,









BULL, MASTIFF PUPPLES Unrelated
purents registered Kennel Club
Harford Norwood, St. James



#.12.51—3n



FLEMISH GIANT RABBITS Apply:
Harford, Norwood, St. James
8.12. 51—3h

MECHANICAL

~ BICYCLES—In. good condition. Apply:
FP. J. Deher, Phone 3695 or 2476
8. §2.51—2n









TYPEWRITERS:
made

Forty to fifty young turkeys hens and
cocks, 100 imported Leghorn pullets—two
aviaries with Australian lone birds. Sold
Medmenham, Pine Hill.

8.12.51—2n

48 lots or singly



MISCELLANEUUS



AMERICAN BRASSIERES Pink

Shoppe



AMERICAN AND
WARE—Drinking
Tumblers, Cocktail

lasses,
Glasses,

reasonable prices.



Car Batte



St. Dial 4205. 8.12.51—3n



Brief Cases, Leather Wallets,
Purses ste., Beautiful
Gift at THANT Bros.

7.12. 51—t.f.n,




BISCUITS in Farieyv
Palmers, Jacobs ete,
Xmas Gift Obtaina’

es




ie
at

the follow.

CAR TY:

in to
550 x 16, 16, 600 x 16 * 16
625 x 16,'500 € 16, 550 * 17, i» x 18, &

S00 x 19, algo in si
Enquire Auto Tyre Co.
Streets. Phone 2696,

tock truck q
Te ee
. tin

COAT: One Ladiés Black Coat, Smmll
One Ladies G Coat and Skirt. Large
Smith, Fleetwood, Erdiston Afi
Phone 4043 8 12.51—I1n



(a

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

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

HAN DBAGS-— Imitation
Plastic
in a









CHTLDREN'S
leather handbags. Two for $1.00,
Handbags with shoulder strap
varlety of colours 98 cents,

4.12.51--6n

CHRISTMAS CAROLS.--A_ supply of
these just received. “O corte all ye
faithful”; “Hark the Herald Angels sing”;
In Dulet Jubile’, “Once in Royal David's
City"; “God rest you merry gentlemen";
“While Shepherds watch"; “We three
Kings"; “The first Nowell”; ete. Dial
2878. Da, Costa & Co, Ltd. Electrical
Department. 4.12.51—4in





EVAPORATED MILK--Wholesale or
Ketall Espetially the Famous and Pop-
vier “GLORIA” Brand. John D. Tailor
& Sons, Ltd. 33, Roebuck Street. Dial
m0 8.12. 51—1n

FISHING BOAT —The
“RUBY”. Ready for use with new sails
end all equipment. Apply—Mra. Coty
Carter, Palmetto Square 8.12.51—1"

Fishing Boat





&

e a nice
is.

12.51—2n





WANTED

SIX AGENTS (Men and Women) for
Co-operative Trading Society Lid, Good

FOR SALE | prompec

Commissioners; St

Apply to the Hony. Secretary +
Club Building, 53 Swan. Street,|
2 and 5 p.m 8.12. 51—2n

MISCELLANEOUS

ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & §CRAP
GOLD PURCHASED. GORRINGES,
ANTIQUE SHOP. 2.19.51—t.f.0

USED POSTAGE STAMPS WANTED
We pay good prices for used stamps of
the British West Indies at Caribbean
Stamp Soeiety, No. 10 Swan Strett.
3.12.51—1n

purchase for Road
Joseph. Ring 95-245.



Pres
etween











WINDLESS—To

or write G. R. Hutson, Chaifman, Black-

7.12. 51—2n !

A few more Swiss
ermes Baby Portable Typewriters





and
White, sizes 32—38, $1.50. Modern Dresé
4,12.51—6n

ANADIAN GLASS-
Decoraved
Colourful
Fony and Juice Glasses, Plain Tumblers,
Champagne and Wine Glasses all at most
Excellent gifts for your

friends or yourself G, W. HUTCHINSON
& CO., LTD, 5,.12.51—6n
BATTERiES—Heavy duty Truck and

* 15 and 17 plates. Enquire
Johnson Stables & Garage Ltd. Coleridge

BRIEF CASES: Pute Egyptian Leather
Ladies’
and everlasting



mans, St. Joseph.

w. D TO RENT
HOUSE: bly near the sea, fully
furnished, with 3 or 4 bedrooms, Refrig.
erotor and all modern conveniences from
15th December. Phone: C. E, Smitten,
2971 or 4171 7.12,51—3n
WANTED TO RENT
MOUSE or FLAT: Smal! House or Flat
in the vicinity of Garrison, Beckles Rd.
Prittons Hill, ete. Apply to Advocate
Advtg. Dept. in Writing.
7.12. 51—3n

PUMLIC NOTICES

4.12.51—6n





NOTICE

The Parochial OMece at Bennets, St.
Thomas, will be closed on WEDNESDAY
28th November and WEDNESDAY 12th

Fr. F. PILGRim,
Treasurer, St. Thomas,
4.11. 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION

I HEREBY give notice that the Annual
Licensing Session for the Renewal of
Liquor Licenses for 1952 for the parishes
of St. Joseph and St. Andrew will be
held at the Police. Magistrate's Court
District “F" 6h lay the 21st day of

December 1951,
J._R, EDWARDS,
Police Magistrate,
District *
6.12.51

London, | December, 1951.

Par.






an





have arrived, First come, first Served. '
at K. R. Hunte & Co.,'Ltd,, Lower] LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
snligistiotat a ee ae oh s6n) I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the year 1952 for the parish of me
Michael and that part of Christ Chure
POULTRY within District “A” will be held at Police
Courts, Dist. “A on Thursday 20th
December at 11 o'clock a.m
POULTRY—Saturday and Sunday.

Dated this 5th day of December 1951
E. A. McLEOD, *
Police Magistrate, Dist, "A"

5.12 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE SESSION
I hereby give notice that the Licensing
Session for the renewal of Liquor Licenses
for the Me 1952 for the CITY OF
BRIDGETOWN will be Held at the Police
Courts, Dist. “A” oh Thursday 20th
December, at 11 o’clotk a.m.

Dated this 5th any, of e 1951

:

4 H,
Ag. Police Magistraté,
Disttict “A”



5.12, 51—3n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

Application f a Néw Liqdér Lleense
Undér “The Liquor Licenses

(A it) Act i912
RUPERT ‘orn SPRINGER, Shop-
keeper of Hannah Village,

Nr. Grave
Yard, St. Lucy, at a boarded and shingled
Hannah Village, Nr. Grave Yard,
Lacy
Dated this 5th day of December 1951
To: SYDNEY H. NURSE, Esq

Police sapere. Ris oes

RINGER,
Applicant

N.®B.—This application will be consid-
ered at a Licensing .Court to nie



on Wednesday, 19th day of December
at Police urt, Dist. “E” at 11 o'elock
a.m

SYDNEY H. NURSE,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “E”
8.12.51—1n

FOR SALE

MISCELLANEOUS

SALTED NUTS: Planters Peanuts &
Dutch Nuts, Salted Almonds, Cashew
Nuts, and Good Peanuts 40c ih W. M
Fod, 35 Roebuck Street, Dial 3489

7.12, 51—2n

STOVE: Caledonian Dover Stove, in

good working order. Dial 2149,
8.12.51—2n
Se
TINNED FRUITS: Peas, Peaches,
Grapes, Guavas, Fruit Salad in tins
W. M. FORD, 35 Roebuck St. Dial
s489 7.12. 51—2n
aan EEEEEEEEEEEEEEEREEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEeeeeeeeeeee
TOOLS—(1) Héadvy duty Circular Saw
(1) 12” Thickness Plane. (1) Lathe and
Tools; (1) Spindle Holder and Cutters
G,. S. ROSS W.I. Rum Refinery. Dial 2978.
8.12.51—4n











TOYS: Inflated Rubber Toy Animals
Large Size American Plastic Dolls. All
one Price, 84 cents cach. Modern Dres
Shoppe. 4.12.51—tn







WATCHES: ery beautiful Ladies and
Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany.
Gold Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each
You must see them at THANIS Pr, Wm
liry St 5.12.51—t..n

WALLETS: Plastic and also genuine
Leather in a variety of Multicolours,
with zipps all around also photo compart.
ments Makes a fine Christm
$1.80 and $288. Modern Dress $









100%

Scarves with map of



ano silk







GIFT PAPER: Christmas Gift Wrap- | Barbados and sceneries of the Island ric:
Hing Paper, Six sheets for 25 cents. {tolours and scenes. Yes it's THAN,
Shop early at G. W. Hutchinson & | Where you get them. 3
Co, Lta 5.12.51—4n } 5.12.51—t.f.2

GALVANISED SHEETS A limited .
quality of Galvanised Sheets 6 ft, to © hildren and
10 ft, Attractive prices. Enquire Auto Housewives
Tyre Co. Phone 2696. 1,12.51-—t.f.n. R evel
dlephshenieaiicennciianil a aetna tian I n this

INDIAN SANDALS: Colourful and 5 eason The

fancy. Ladies hurry before all go. Shop
at THANTS Pr. Wm Henry St. Dial 3466,



a In panties,
slips, nighties and brassieres in large
variety at THANT'S. 5,12.51—t.f.n

ee

MINCEMEAT: Chivers Mincement 60 o
per bottle, Chivers Plum Pudding $1.20
each, W. M. Ford, 35 Roebuck St, Dial
3489 7.12,51—2n

—_-_—__-_---~-
OW CLOTH & CONGOLEUM-—In very
lovely patterns. Shop for these and other

household items at THANT'S
§.12.51—t.f.n

rs for bed-
THANE,







STRAW MATS—Fan
room at $1.84 each at



5.12.51—t.f.n
_STOCKPORT KHAKI DRILL: The

King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast
aye, Reduced at $1.52 a wd, Discount for
wholesale purchase, THANI BROS. Dial
66, 5.12.51—t.f.n

————

STOVES: The Famous Florence Stoves

are now available from Laurie Dash &
Co., Tudor Street, Dial 5061

6.12. 51—2n

SHAVING BOWLS,

in Bakelite Cases,

Lavender Scented
an excellent and use-



ful gift for Xmas Price 3/- ahd 6/-
each. KNIGHTS 7.12.51—2n
1 POVOSODSSSDS PSSSSOISE,

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41 Tudor Street

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BARBADOS
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Queen's Park between the Plant Section









yésterday. Finder please return to Mrs, | Se y
J. M. Hurdle, Weilches Road or Phone hachoved
4099. 7.12.$1.2n, | =~
HOUSES on eciaaer va
BUNGALOW: From Ist Ja Situated |
sel Gane ea Prom ist Jan. situate OUTWARD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
2.12, 51—3) #
ue
FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET Vi
buitable for young lady. to share with “ essel From Leaves Barbados
fhe other in flat, use of kitchen and a —_ 4¢ ”
at ee Ho" TTARE RIES ANE Landon, te New 1th De
HOUSE: Upper Prospect, St. James.|S.S. “ASTRONOMER” .. Glasgow 5th Dec. 17th Dec.
Apply to irene Gooding. Busby, Alley. |S.S. “DALESMAN” Londen 7th Dec. 20th Dec
8.18.33 —0n) we as - ‘
——_—_———— eee ——
ROOMS—2 furnished rooms, running HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
water, with or without meals. In Wood- Vv
side Gardens. Dial 3356. essel For Closes in
4.12,.51—t.f0 Barbados

ST. ELMO, Maxwell Road from the 15th
r ember It consists of three



v ndah, drawing and dining rooms, 4
bedrooms, breakfast room, kitchen, water
toliet and bath, and garage. Apply to
D’Arey A. Scott, Magazine Lane
8.12.51—2n

| SEAFORTH, Worthing on-the-Sea, 4

bedrooms ahd all modern conveniences

lror further particulars, Dtal. 2974.
5.12.51—4n

MISCELLANEOUS

AMPLIFIER—One Amplifier good for
Political Meetings. Apply L. LEWIS
(Shopkeeper), Spooners Hill, St. Michael,

8.12.51—1n

EDUCATIONAL a



|

{







VACANT POS
Meadmiastéer, Grenada Boys’
Sehool
APPLICATIONS are invited for filling
the vacant post of Headmaster, Grenad
Boys’ Secondary School. The salary o
the post, which is pensionablé, is $2,980
(£600) per annum rising by dnnual
increments of $96 (220) to $3,120 (£650)
per annum in addition to a temporary
cost of living allowance at the rate of
M80 6( £100) per annum. Appointment
may be made at the maximum salary of
the grade if necessary, should the quali-
fications of the candidate appear to
justify such a concession
2. The qualifications required are a
University degree, professional training
in education, appropriate experience, and
an interest in elementary school work,
At least two testimonials should accom-
pany the application
3. The Headmaster will be required
to take charge of the boarding estab-



Secondary













1.12.51—2n,



lishment in consideration of which he
will be provided with freé quarters,

4. The average daily attendance of
the School is 300 and the boarding estab-
lishment edn accommodate students.

5. Applications should be addressed to
the Administrator, Administrator's Office,
GRENADA, and should be received not
later than the 15th December, 1951,

(S¢d.) W. MACMILLAN,
Administrator, Grenada.
Administrator's Office,
Grenada, B.W.1.
NOTICE
Re the Estate of
ALFRED TOBIAS PHILLIES

NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all
persons having any debt or claim upon
or affecting the estate of Alfred Tobias
Phillips late ef Strathelydé in the parish
of St. Michael in this Isiand, who diced
in this Island on 28th day of January
1951 are hereby required to send fn thelr
claims, duly attested, to me the under-
signed Timothy Theophilus Headley,
Public Trustee of the Island of Barbados
qualified Administrator to the estate of
Alfred Tobias Phillips deceased Public
Buildings on or before the 15th day of
February 1952 after which date ¥ shall
proceed to distribute the assets of the
said estate among the parties entitléd
thereto having regard to the debts and
claims only of which I shall then have
had notice at the time of such distribu-
tion and that T shall not be liable for
assets so distributed to any person of
whose debt or claim I shall not have
had notice,

And all persons indebted to the said
estate are requested to settle their ac-
counts without delay. "

Dated this 7th day of December 1951, *

TIMOTHY THEOPHILUS HEADLEY,

Qualified Administrator to the Estate
of Alfred ‘vobias Phillips deceased.
8,.12.51—4n



MAIL NOTICES

Malls for St. Vincent, Grenada, Trini-
dad, British Guiana by the s.s. Lady
Nelson will be closed at the General Post
Office as under:—

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at 9
a.m. Ordinary Mail at 10.15 a.m. on the
ath December, 1951.

A. M. WEBB

STOCKBROKER.
Barbados Investments.
Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street,
Bridgetown,
(over Phoenix Pharmacy)

Dial 4796.

eee Eee

— Hours 9-3.
1.12.51.



NOTICE



This serves to inform the public
and all concérned that I have not
heard of the whereabouts of my
wife Irene Adelaide Prescod (net
Greaves) of Half Moon Fort, St.
Lucy for the past twenty years
and it is my intention to re-
marry in the near future

E. F. PRESCOD,
Airy Cot,
Half Moon Fort,
St. Lucey
1.12.51

AND CAKES IN OUR
UP-TO-DATE MODERN BAKERY

ONLY THE BEST INGREDIENTS USED.

C. F. ZEPHIRIN—Your Bakers

Dial 3238

POS te eS oS

$GGSSS6665

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salary quoted will be substantially increased.
able,
provided to the United Kingdom and back. Travelling expenses and
ar? eee allowance for periods spent away from headquarters are
paid,
wife and two children.
Applications.

ing two references, should reach the Dire
by the 15th December, 1951,
applicants’ experience and qualifications, including any subjécts or
activities in which applicants may have specialised.




swVOCATE

SHIPPING NOTICES:















LOST AUSTRALIA AND
i Ze ALAND LINE LID
; MANZ LINE The M.V. CARIBBEE will %
aah, aa en weet EN ye |
va the beck Rete te Man |. MLV. TEKOA ts expected {6 loud ut Dominica, Antigua, Montse |
oe So oe neatine Hoth! ona toasted |} Australian Ports for Trinidad, Barba- Nevis and St. Kitts. Sailir }
ab sg a _— “4 if 51. on} 0s. Bermuda ‘early January and arriv- instant |
$00..." Tewar' ; iug at Barbados #bout March 20th The M.V. MONEKA will aceept
re This vessel has ample space fot chilled Cargo and Passengers for Domin |
+ te One pair 0) = herd frozen, and general cargo, joa. Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis ¥ |
ie 7 . § va 7 Advo-|. Cato accepted on through Bills of and St. Kitts. Date of departure
yesterday. -_— Pleast nee 12 $1—1n} Leading with transhipment at Trinidad to be notified
cate Advis pt. : for British Guiana, Windward and Lee- The M.VÂ¥. DAERWOOD will
i ward Islands accept Cargo and Passengers for
PIGEON: ($10) Ten Dollars Reward for For further particulars apply to St. Lucia, St Vincent, Grenada,
return ee See hase alee and Aruba Date of Departure
on Thu - r ; ;
Mrs, J. N. Hurdle, Welehes Road Reward FU eae & Co., Lid, = ae
given 7.12.51— BW. B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS |
i i st ASSOC. Inc.
WATCH—One gold wrist watch in DaCOSTA & Co., Ltd Tele, 4047. j
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. London

For further Information apply to. . .
DACOSTA & CO., LTD.—Agents

GOVERNMENT NOTICES

VACANT POST OF STEWARD AND CLERK AT THE LAZARETTO
Applications are invited for the pensionable post of Steward and

Clerk at the Lazaretto. Salary will be on the seale of $1,200 x 72

$1,632 per annum, and will be subject to a deduction of 4%. in accord

early Jan.
early Jan.

“PLANTER”













ance with the provisions of the Widows and Orphans Pension Act, |

1928 (1928—3). In addition, 4 non-pensionable cost of living allow-
ance will be payable in accordance with approved rates. Uniforms
are provided.

2.
made subject to the selected applicant being passed as medically fit
for employment in the Public Service.

3. The minimum educational qualification which will be accept-
ec is a pass in the Cambridge Local School Certificate or a similar

The appointment will be on two years’ probation and will be |

SATURDAY,
GOVERNMENT NOTICES

APPOINTMENT OF SUPERVISOR, MAIN KIT(
GENERAL HOSPITAL

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

Applicants should not be over 40 years of age,
éd a satisfactory standard of education, and should
experience in housekeeping duties on a large

Applications on forms obtainable from th
Hospital, should be forwarded to him not later tha
1951.

DECEMBER





HEN,

}
salary $450
should }

seale.









APPLICATIONS FROM NURSES FOR TRAINING AS
MIDWIVES AT THE MATERNITY TRAINING
HOSPITAL

Applications are invited from nurses between the ages of 20
35 for training as midwives at the Barbados Maternity Hospital

The course of training is available only for Nu
qualified for and received their General Nursing Ce¢

The course ‘will extend over a period of
will commence on Ist February, 1952.

Applieations should be addressed to the Matror
pital, Bank Hall, St. Michael, and should
than 15th December, 1951.

who e



twe

be





DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION
Vacancy in the Elementary Teaching Service

Applications aré invited from teachers (women) with at le
years’ teaching experience for the Headship of the Edghill Men
Girls’ School, St. Michael.

The minimum professional qualification required |
A of the Department or exemption therefrom.

Salary will be in accordance with the Governrne
Teachers in Grade I Elementary School

Candidates who have already submitted
| spect of previous vacancies (now filled)
panied by a recent testimonial. All
application on the appropriate form which may be obt
Department of Education. All applications must be
velopes marked “Appointments Board” in the
and must reach the Department of Education |
cember, 1951. Candidates are
their disqualification,
3rd December, 1951.





th

Certific



other candid



enclosed



warned that cant



examination of equivalent standard, Applicants should be between
the ages of 21 and 30 years.

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

5.

the earliest possible opportunity, not later than 2nd January, 1952,

5.12.51.—8n. |



VACANCY FOR EDUCATION OFFICER, EDUCATION
DEPARTMENT — BRITISH HONDURAS

Thefe is a vacaney in the Education Department, British Hon-
duras, for an Education Officer,
Duties.

In addition to the general supervision of elementary schools the
duties will include advising teachers on teaching methods and school
organization, assisting in the organisation of pupil teacher training
and performing such other duties as the Director may decide.
Qualifications.

Applicants should have been trained at recognised training col-
leges, Should possess a teacher's diploma or certificate and should
have teaching experience in elementary schools; a University degree,
though not essential, will be un additional qualification,

Emoluments.

The salary will be on the scale $1,464 x 72—$1,824 (£1 Sterling is
equivalent to $4 British Honduras) the point of entry being depend-
ent on age, qualifications and experience. There is also a provisional
Cost of Living Allowance of $280 ( £70) p.a. The revision of salaries
it at present under active considération and it is expected that the
The post is pension-
Vacation leave is with full pay, free leave passages being

Free passages will be provided for the successful candidate,

Applications, accompanied by copies of two testimonials and giv-
ctor of Education, Barbados,
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I-AC. I lull; IIAHBAIMIS AllllKATi: SVTlW)\\ III i I MRKR . 1S1 BARBADOS^ mvmi ItAMaoWhoKnewSo]lfoch| NOBODY'S couldii i lirt'Jik %  %  •'' hiiiisrh'— DIARY f. 1 f -i Saturday, Dec %  Ba l er K 1M1 Wvr li II ira I i I < %  n • a ion THE i • the Governor %  Barbados has pli number %  %  %  disCUSriom Certah&lj v. h tarUngton had to say or thu Mibject <>f vital importance would have mtere,ted a far larger nhtoa. People who wranl tat hnica i theilLSClves ami tin.i eliiklien | any number thai the politicians fondly taaghN, Hut their VOtCM luive s., far been drew i i | ihose who have a vested ir ;. i; as lIlOII which baa served Barbado wall In the past but is nil Ion meats of tin* tachnlc ilageti i live. West Indian li iUaotuala paj lip i ha naad for greets* industnaUaation in the BciUah West [ndii i ever to aeln. ..irly comparable to thOM ol highly industrialIsed countries, hut this Up nrvlca has nol been followed by any roncertod drlVI to public opinion to the fact that only by ac q uiring skill.oornparable t<. the i highly Indual thay imp.fi oompata MI producing rnaqufscWest Indians have been content to revel too long in the expensive ami delusory game of mooVaUnging and hava hsiled to realise that a reedy tongue and a tree Boa of tavecttve i.s nol the beat nraj to acquire emp : %  %  %  ., Ivanaa* ni.nl. So lODj .in..;ii> in Ihe West Indies a bard working h ,\ i n.iihants, mdu tUUt) the mass vim. 1 ii the new West Indian consciousness seen.to I ml a peyctu to outlet fur its centuries ol uncbn privl] < nee in threat* than ami "soak" them. This at each to a ditlituati Bei Indian advancomai I West Indfai and tntcllactuaui the talanl In then midst ( % %  held up i ill ni where vet 11 can b %  mulation. That is the Ural tap The iecond %  tap la to } i ies for inn. %  i,..v. how" of the population whon the) profaai to serve. One obvtoui way ii booating technical knowledge is to found a technical institute in tad nd mainland territory of the Major Darlington would b< the first to deei> any ittempt to turn the B.C FW h nical Institute into a klndol advanced West Indian Teehfucal Ti The Institutes opei ,i ,ai training ises for apprentices who anemplt yed by ni .meal trade UUTJ i i IV. \ attend the technical institute uiie day a wi--k and work the other live in then places of employment: and they attend technical evening instii weah. Major Darlia i larger public had been pi iv.le.;ed to h •,ite will have encouraged the members of the local committee t %  | that no further hamlt. : bados in :' %  but a technical : ed as a priority need. it < II tPMAK riM in t; %  %  • %  I Russell Monro wai an %  %  II %  I itudyiai the %  nuld • iih the %  Mm. rath* %  raand In Jail "I mils'. Irll %  5 behaved ai I nhmild," h<*nld "Mv contact i 'he fuel that I haw % %  thr<* in the *ame Jail." 'What KO* you I n .'to pTCBcrlb* iianm-ims IropUcai no suoUtluv by whleh the cmflrmed drun M htmiclf. F.xrepl NOT TO START. II.i. ; a man who un ""ly UM %  -..ckink' %  ( the b.*ly bill ->f Uu nrtm d" dope hi l.-s M n igii"i I>i M %  to help tan. sleep. .u. ..s hand) wan always u npplj i" the an> %  %  %  %  %  help thai %  %  ) M his t ulein a %  ing men of T > •i. %  M %  %  ham i %  i Hut a %  %  fuddled that he will and ^J* %  i %  %  I conviction to i and will-power, %  las, no lone) %  %  Aj M i i In his lk-ket %  phial t morphine %  11 ..t crim< he v.., lha and i .;i:;tei. I u tune i rceUj i ... ui Dr. %  %  1 Come rail tli %  •. i>*vchiiitry %  aded our talk he i : i through the swing doom into Fleeti i anaan hen Mild beconu of hua, Nexi day I found out Dr. Nigel llamid Maurioe Riuacli M 16. had i ehei :t;ned a itr-scrlptmn l.i morphine Then, eoefe at hi* lodgings in %  had fatal dose of the ndnn and Uv l" 1 virmi have sc-ii roungatera peddlers have lalk-ii tranklj ol %  In proflh they made; police %  ihai ihey lmo %  %  ..m .In nbotil it. la contain Ihe i n tpiruj men.,.. %  police muai Li %  Suspicion* parents call ;*t the police station anonj nWMllly Fear, malice and bopi ol reward are re* Un uu: of] the poU one hlnl Hut letting %  hint thi %  %  vldencc to n 'v> %  ;uurt. Par %  to know keealnai %  pii>.! ittaeaad; an %  pipe I %  aw in I^ondon wai of Intnned was of polished The Price %  From the dmn .i... to (he knov n pa rnnnii. it is fcheh broki i .... ii f v i ho i u i vary. In the prcnrioi M %  la. 8d. In the Weal End al a Time of i it can co-' 7v 6d foi a single 'clKJiette — L.K.. I he l.iner i anloii (hmuul for Siiifiu/itirv) lloeked llv MOM \<.t I 1 \ I 1 TILBURY. A squad of Customs men went down the Thamej in .< launch BOOB altar dawn Thej arere %  hefty lot. They wore (rbny dork-blua batUi sets t[ bars, luii'licB. and pe^i^• i I ai tut aapen la naclllno aoura liiddei. drugs. Drajg Torts Taej were going to meet the Hi (mo-ton liner Canton, due at Tilbury from the Far East. siti' carried a en and coloured seamen and a medlcv of tourists from tin Bail i • In* called it Hongkong. Singo,„„,. .'iid Port %  ; port where drug trafficking goes on. 'i he 'ii t crew" i tied up at the .i hind panel! In i aph paekel IHuigareee %  went Inui UM I iurini -room earne up Bundlei of ouy ,.:. turn trequenl hldlni ..-'.. d ill UK* 1 was picked up from tl % %  in Ihe crew OUaMari has been found In appi<< BOW. The search was still going mi when the Canton wi ihe landing-stage. It stop until she docks in LouThar M ihe story of one ship grrlolaf i" H^foin II tens 'up lhal lied Ml. /I "ill go Ol I These Customs squads, trorhPrsthn porti era I defence ii the dOM u'or. —L.E.S. V ItiileliV O. The Battleship Sivallowed by •TheClrael Sea' w , nan v i ananw.\ ' :i (ll> I.Wl'.N l.r.IM the battlesnlp Sao s,,„ ind the elfhl advendrrvlnaraln m nging her across the bridge until they were forced to git up And so e came to— The Kigali \dveiiluiers ABOARD the Sao Paulo Willi.no Painter, of Goodmaye> Bssex. and'th< '""" se\en mm he (eeruitci for thi i.t it.* ........... Auantti sun men, inlpleeil) j'' 1 111 'i Mink without Uraee* line* Baek m England smi Portugal UM) ,.,.,, had fWO months' fix*. %  %  ••' %  hei tl.. .. t t.. tlie nwn on when the voyage began. But the men who fol UM Brel lime can tell (he Sao Paula cannoi b where th.' the %  tOfJ of the vast steel hulk u. „ lV ed. with the eight figures clustered on Then the) wei hei brioe* wsuea vanished 21 the search unt ; are William Adanali Sa, who Uved lw* serap yard on the, Their story only deepens the rc *"';'. „n,te,, .-MI,. SaoPauk/BecauM _2" ever* 'man lack of them is eonSeptember 19 We had only ,.nvlnced thai 6M betUeahlpta aft v.i i abocu ha seen i"-.. Otouffa ,: %  '"' ' plaai trim three nations hat %  made her a heavy tow. 13-hour struggle against ibotrl six in ">i I The CrewrauuVi Story AT RAHHY near Cardtff, when I m rlou don %  i Of Ihe louldnt novel The %  I Britain huilt snips lu kUd more that %  ago—ay thai ahe vouad rtevat sink. thai her .ir.appearance tg one moie iid.lie of the sea. Hiit wratt happened when ihtow-rope^ parted. IS" mile* %  eau.tSe, of St. John's. Newfound land: John Ellis. M, of I-nchln. Charles Tate. of Wil! Blyth; Thomas Me, N. wtown.uds. Co I Down: u man name.! Kennedv I who Is believed u, have joined the Sao Paulo at Rio de Janeiro, bul whose home is m Glasgow, and an unnamed Engllfh boy who a!su oined thi t the 1 ari nilnuu-. nl in e\er> saga of the *ra luck plays a part. There ma t The Man Who Kcaped IN STEPNEY tL Ml E. Devoa South African irtd this story:an board the battleshki' asting of? when one of the rope Mus X ^ they call it ihi %  Id have made I cause you %  .. er greens %  %  (in %  bjghar up bi M full ol taxis and other I bat authority loMnei the thia :l BSDAl i i^hter and mure iull of fun if you have leisure tot thai or i .HI afford mora than one %  day. Hut it Bavat be very trying for IhuMunfortui :. whom ill ijuicksilver Of to be endured. The incident happened like thii 'Mi X baa 'i yet. You'll to phone at home." '•\Vhat\ hie numl %  "He don't have .. pi TfEDNBSDAI Thaj tall me tan confidence %  of thi' i hat you can make rude j noises at them thej till me in confidence that one day (shh' don't tell anybody I told you so) thai one day there will ha n uV B window. There! [fa out hi best '.riikil you can brave the glare of the ion on the ihlnlni white conerate you may be lucky In Bnding your Christ%  irke', there i saw three turkeys there the other day and they looked thoroughly browned off. riit'itsDAV Turkeyi obviously b> UM well known turkey idiom u thre*>'l company", because 1 I never seo turkeys walkint; out in two's If thay do much more jay walking %  ofnoone "ill have to Open %  school to teach turkeys only to cross the road where there are etude Otherwise cars won't worry to stop and more motorists will know where their next meal is coming from. These three were eo thin I w.isn't really tempted but I can't promise always: to be good. FRIDAY "What's In %  i in.e is so important Kul' instance I ..nee got a pair of chickens sefit to me because I had the right name. I sent them back because the man who lent then had remembered to say whom they were from. I never knew the fellow ei d I wasn't hai 'i roni anybody el all But another chap 1 know has bet i nifferfaruj Cron this name bualni thai romebody raruj him up askmr. him what to do about some dogs. When he replied "poison the lot" he had a kM I of difficulty explaining that he was not the S.P.C.A. The telephone is a terrible instrument if misused. IATUBDAY—Every now and again On sesses me in spite oi my Irish prudence aad I rush out in i pair of old boots without lecea, a week's lie of beard and a loud American %  hlrt But i sway with it. I yi look like another poor supporter of the Electors' Association and people even make remarks almul my complexion. I was talking to %  nice rlsherman the other morning, having a friendly man to man democratic chat when he turns to his friend and says: "The white man want to know wuh we gun do now?" "I tell he only Wilkinson and WalCOtl can help we now." I didn't wait to hear any more because if there is one thing L don't want no truck With it li Barbadian politics. I can be as democratic as the next man. 1 can even write like the next man you provokes me sufliciently well, but I ain't twine to :et mix up in no politics not me. I ain't. So I took go lisher friends, shaved my stubble off, put on my sixtycent pair of'sugar bag sandals, climbed into a less vulgar ibirt and linen shorts and motored gently across to Sam Lord's where I am not known by the local fishennan, to think undemocratic thoughts, if any. I'rodnoae: And they pay you to write that tripe? Nobody: Why not. Don't they print ihe politicians' sp. % %  BOOKS W£ Have A Wide Range Suitable for— CHRIST MAS P RESENTS ADVOCATE STATIONERY. an a WHISTLE 50? frr li, o.-. lloiihWhistle Carpel & Upholstery 1 Cleaner c s PITCHER & CO. Il oddenty whipped up frnrn the binding out Ihi bat< u.u ay tide and wrapped it.'lf round %  %  %  I'n.ii look me '>ff thr trij> high "Somi* t.f n% v., TV unenBv about ,,u hole* that had beet %  etas her boarded up itr speed fell to The Sao ember north of the Aiore*. Just * i.,,..,., | agp ,.. n ,. s j Q p^^ was tn M ,„. darkoexi rathered and a IS.,| ,., | | |( m ,i f lonU und purposM rU( ,,. mtle-per-hour hurrieane roared wa9 m dCiK „ hi|> wlUl |U( provl irylrot aquall nil for the off-dut\ Meboats. %  numbi'T %  %  and men *oene beWell. Uut was the last %  > %  or the SJO Pawh The l.searched hi worsenUii e*uer M thai nlfht r Take— The Captains S|oi \ AT LISBON While the t\i^ Buetler wai r-f.i< : Vd.ini. from li. .•. 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RED BID TO OUST CHIANG DEFEATED As U.N. Members Stage 'WildFight 9 ON ASSEMBLY FLOOR PARIS, Dec. 7 The United Nations Genera! Assembly smothered %  new Soviet bloc move to oust Chinese Nationalists, low one of the wildest floor fights in the U.N.'s history. The Soviet bloc move was quickly voted down 38 to seven with four abstentions. At this point, the Soviet delegates Jacob Malik and his two Communist colleague*—one %  shouting lady delegate from Czechoslova'-. determined effort to get the floor and explain Uwlr vote. But the Assembly* V..I-1'M-.,Fnm Ml Quart-r* : The Hasher Tells Speed Motorists exceeding the speed limit in Berlin will bo revealed to the police by a coloured Imhl flashing from tha car roof, if a new invention i* nude compulsory. Connected to the ^psodomeler, the roof light * witches itself on when the car t-xeeeds the speed limit — in lie lm. 25 m.p.h. CapMluiM: British and Danish pilots, descending on the island of Silt during iiii manoeuv coffee, found that cream was missing. A Danish jet pilot offered tn fly his plane to Karup airport in mid-Jutland, If the JIAF supplied fuel. Thev did TVaOtj minutes later Hie Danlall pilot was back with the New York: For the first time record, a 5-mile stretcli icumo a %  fiazzle of crushed ice." Normally, when it freezes. %  i a of k hrms across the nv< i Iml the water continues to flow freel> beneath thi?.. Owing to the phenomenon, the power turbines of the twin cities of St. Paul and Minneapolis may give out at anv moment. Madrid: A goose which laid golden csjgs has been discovered al Huelva, Spain. It had laid two eggs with 2S-p*seta ratals in Uw yolks when these owners decided to kill it. Five more coins were found in the goose's liver. It is nupposed that the goose must have discovered a secret hoard of the coins nearbv. Washington: What the High School boys and girls of Los Angeles do not know u apparently plenty. 18% of the 11,000 officially questioned did not know bow many months there are in a year. 9% could not answer simple arithmetical questions. And 3*£ could not tell me time. Sydney: uramu.n ore of a type previously unknown has been unearthed 54 miles from Radium Hill. South Australia. The State Prime Minister and 4U Members • if PariLamant are to inspect the find. Wellington: Introduced as gamo birds for New Zealand sportsmen, geese are now on the list of destructive unwanted pests. New Zealanders. prefer ducks and pheasants to the high-flying, hardtu-shoot geese. Canadian Reese are the only birds that graze and five are calculated to eat as much Home An untamed brown beat from the Carpathian Mountains a/elggtlraj 70s!, has been sueccssfullj operated an in Bologna lor :i tunfrnur on Hie liver. It took >> hours to bind the beast -jfely, the operation lasted only half-ao-hour The bear belongs for President Pad Ilia Nervo. who I* csrryi". ..te talks with individual Bi K Rail was equally determined Jebb called for a rapid vole on whether the Assembly wanted to move on to the next item, and was supported. Malik pcisMed. Then the Polish delegate. Julius K..t/ Suihv a veteran of many fluo; rights took up the cudgels. i(e w.i followed by the Czech Forcui: Under-Secirtaiy (i Sek,un\;i C., %  who reaped much publicity result of her speeches at the Traatj Conference ;i San Francisco. In f.icl. th.artwla brief com motion was reminiscent of a aim squabble at the Japan** Treaty session, when the Seucta< of Stake Dean Achcsou look th floor aw.-iy from the furious am wildly gesticulating pollBtefai MowifcL lake A.hr ended matters by merely catling on -Soviet (Mafata t<> take the Boor. Sequence Of Fvents TinDM nan Lag 1001101 %  •'tit* ran like this: I'lii Brat item before the Assembly was the report of the seven member Credentials Committee ihich Byelo-Russia ras %  mcml>ci That Committee reported thai II had appmved of the eradl all the deli %  But it noted that Ityclo-Kussia had been „n the short end of a si: one decision to support Chinese Nationalists. To dnvc home his I>oint the llyelo-ltussian. K V. Kisselev. had put forward a resolution for Assembly action, calling for the ousting of repraeei I lives of the Kuomnitang—KaiseK Government. Jebb explained Ihal Ihe AssemT last month had voted to ban r a duration any new proposals' expel the Nationalists Bull rather than squelch the new mow he was willing to consider a resolution to reconsider thI I last night. The Fireworks Start 1 finally, the United State-, dab gate, Ernest A. Gross argued tha: there was no reason to lift the ban on "oust the Nationalists" moves, because Chinese Reds were still engaging in aggression against the U.N. Then the fireworks started. Malik tried to get the floor 0-1 a point of order. Bui Jebb woul i have none ofl it. The Britisher finally won out by asking the Assembly to vote whether It v ed to hear Malik and It did no*, —by a vote of 20 seven with abstentions. Jebb finally asked the full Assembly whether It wanted to move on to the Balkan item and again he was supported 21 to six i.O abstentions. A Customary Move It was at thK point with the Soviet trio, still lighting for the floor—that Jebb called on Sevilla Sacnsn who was a rapporteur of the special Political Committee that handled the Balkan issue. The Assembly, m .1 pjkava thai baa become customary for the last couple of years, voted to act without repetition of the full debate that had been heard in Committee. • On pace 7 U. Nations, Reds Settle Boundaries RAB < VM.Ill PANMUNJOM. Korea. United Nations ami Comlaiaon ofleara agreed 1 u s M) .1 condllemilitaruced buffer %  %  I urda*j I It will no into oil1 t %  %  November 27, when 1 proviBinrtal ceaeeflre line was llpOil At times thev ware i" %  eeslon until i w a m The n %  f 'u.;h!v 2\ rnllea wide 11 in either solo of the eeaaaflre uVtfnarcai lm. but the width van.-owing to the terrain Heavy Rains Baiter Cairo CAIRO Dae. I %  ilm hava •ii naunavUtona, Prarti1 iii> %  .. 1. lepnonet ire working MM vi. % %  • ban lad and watei I "'ill lying Mveral inches deep in if Uv Air set vi' %  Iron 1 lira iron night, but this moming. they were reported to an mumat Wootoar ex. I ihal th. rainfall aetktt 1 violent Innti las) nigl in"of tha expecten U.K. Army Demolish Egyptian Houses —TO BUILD SAFE" ROAD IAL ZONE. Dec. 7. The Bntush usq turned down Kml.r aVOsad re1 ptlan authortttea to deisVt 6nanotttloti oi leveral Egyptian nouaea new tn 1111 llntish anni.mii 1 Uina* bull dosed out "! the a/a; I make apace for the 11" "eate" road thai tea anrrj H driving through to a virtually isolated water nltrataoo plant. %  '., %  i %  11 %  itisixi with water %  ii pumpa water t" ifa | .11 Abadla The British %  ; %  %  1 thu k %  %  % %  futura 1 Delay .. 1. 1 BUM asked (• I Coan m a n deg <>t Britten troop area en (he send off bulldeaar" The OoverDor mtd be wanted nine to refer ihe mailer to Cairo re refused Th.Oovei aaked for one tveeafi dobc an In order to all for him to "negotiate" with ihe %  %  'own. •\ Brltlah upokesman said thai householders wmil.l bo paid .01, .|,e| r d tnolbshed housM 11a did n -... 1 the prapaaad 1 it,of eomt r r. Italy Vavit\ With Ovt k r-l f opiilalH>n 11* Room 1 \ni \R w RAE OUT r.imbi in .bsfcy Isn Johnvin howltd b] W 1 during tha Setond Tent Match at flydney cricket ground aa 1 —Co.i.oiltdui,-d Pre*. Photo, Less Than Half U.S. War Prisoners May Come Back PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 7. A Communist newsman suggested that fewer than 5.000 Americans may come hack from Communist captivity in Korea Communists, so far, have disclosed the names of only 174 American war prisoners. However, the United States! Defence Department says that 10,865 Americana are missing jSj£ h ot-erva Corea. "On the basis of any war," said Chu Chipong Chip. .1 newsman from Communist China, "you can expect than half the missing to turn up as prisoners." General Ridgway also said aha: Reject New U.N. Inspection Programme PANMUNJOM, Korea Dec. 7 The United Nations have propoaed a new truce Inspection Programme, and In an abrupt 1 about race promised to discuss I the withdrawal of tn-' Korea later In the armistice talk* The Communist). lenlaiivriv rejected the Three Point U.N. in-. spection Programme at the tru Ci Subcommittee, but agreed to study it further. The Reds also side-) stepped at least three new separate moves for an answer to the Allied request for the apimintmetil Of a second Bajbeonunittee to begin 11 • %  Immediate discussion ot ( h.mge of war prisoners. The U.N. delegation presented this new truce Inspection programme at the afternoon session: The Armistice Commission and joint observation lean have authority to ob*erviBaal ground, sea and air ports of 1 entry, and communications throughout all of Korea an as mutually a gr eed lo hv the two delegations together, win fre. dom for the above (earns over, the principal lines of cmiiiHuui-i ration throughout ill of Korea. ( 2. "The Armistice Commission 1 shall have the right of >oint aerial observation and photographing over all of Korea. The Armistice the right of the comv -, —lu t mtm ouw:r\'ation of the demlli-' n Korea, Onlhcbasisof any war, said Chu Chipong Chiptariud (buffer) zone. The Communists rejected thei I irogranime on the grounds that I merely was a re-statement of 1 U.N proposals. -If. it had been indicated fewer tha:. .VOOO of the Americans listed as mining in action, may be found alive In Communist prison camps. However, Ridgway based his estimate on what he said was evidence, indicating that mdjro than 5.000 American prisoners have died in Communist atrocities. He put United Nations troopa deaths altogether from Communist atrocities at nearly •,000. Chu. who is covering the artnlsUaa i-Hifrreiue here, reported that the Communists have completed the paper work, listing war prisoners Hut he indicated thai the saldl 'Ming back information In an attempt to win further concessions at the truce talks He iaid that moat (I.N ers were being held In Far Northern Korea. He said that tn* Reds have issued coats to the prisoners with the arrival of freezing weather. Ha added, "not very good coats, but as good as we have ou ra etrea." Adenauer Pledges To Repair Damage 4^nnon Can Fire Done To Jews Atomic Shells LONDON. Dec 7 Konrad Adenauer, West German Chancellor, answering questions after a speech at a luncheon of the Foreign Press Association said the Federal Government considered it an ethical and moral duty to repair the damage and k*M :•> Jewrv l>\ the National Socialist regime Adenauer aiked whetl 1 the recent declaration n I Bundestag in Itonn on •' %  -Inraell retail Com ma in I crs Douhl Peace Negotiations B) I HANK II IIMtriKIIMKW 1 lllin d v. s m Koru ''""'V 1 -' "• "'I" %  with Ihe a Mimlaiuaitorn lj at o| c uphoMiiu the l M "%'• %  "• %  '" s "l'l'"" '" Ihfl for which the U.h %  •nl.-n-.l n„ K..1-1M1. ,..1111,11 "INI. 1..11 -xliB, u 10 • ; 1 -li'-l "f tlioimht ...nlh ...„ „,. to I-hnuhl %  i'Vh..w ,,d OH sooner '"' %  ,ls I •. mi .,,,,1 'moos Advocate Relief lund The lund for d-stitui. fishermen has rrrrlvrd CIMHI n.!".!.-. It 1, ( ,,„ll,. effort f**r Mortln .nv. "Ill Mill Kllll till' It \\|l 1)1 ( IIII III I I II Mill \|M\\ > who glra scueruu^t far the benefit ul humanity? Ohrf N II U and .ax. th. 1.1., ml %  1, .inn. Industry, fish It a *lap|r di.t nid tiutridftu. In*. "He glvrth twice who iiiw-lh quirltlv '. N..|„| ,uuf %  niiirii.nl 1..11 t<> tinUvoeata Oflhe NOW. %  I I %  I %  Mr. Ji St.I %  f Mr. P < %  1 Mr. M i m ea Mi a Mi SMwri O laird ll*ln II T • i. Mi a Kb* I) W W.IWASHINGTON, Dec. 7 The United States Ai perfected a cannon lo fun artillery .-hells, w.neh. to Army Chief of Staff (I ready for %  tant future. H the thefts n ..r military mii"i Alnng a %  %  l %  %  %  The Chancellor replied that' weapons." ; has 01; %  wrongs done to the Jew by thai The General ma • Nazis ii heavy moral burden forlonly the atoa the German people. [ thall—ha^ been proved In neld asja througl Jke/ tha raoant hurricane—c*. hoi %  %  ic IVImil It K • nmiiially % % %  South Ko.... ,. i inwit! result in permanent peace any the, an %  —if.p. Full ffembershift In VM ftr Italy Suggested PaUUss, l-c. 7. Vnrted Nation* Cleneral \ .. 1 %  %  .-l %  Rtlon Friday ii. iiulnn '. u.ity Council lo ..iin || ll.il) lo full membership. Tfie Sovlel I-.....I. in ii,.past used tin Beeurlt) Oouncll bhK'k Kaliiin inr^bership ami since the Soviet litnr oppotieil tinAssembly reaolutinn it appeared na tvould continue to do D Bpctieoi I of the Assembly reaolUUon .III'IKHI that Italy already W a noti-volfng member i.f the 1 leeahlp Counefl aha admin„ I "ul for the Unit..1 National and 011 Ivan full rahip s*. s#ie ..mid vie H< IMI 1 M to li|. %  Konu w.-.o,i|i, 1 Although Ihe QjJUn i|.| 1 eatj lo the eapltal cttr, they %  ii..Mi.,'ii.,liv ltalj/s n-ly -ertoua problem of lUtJ i.. .. completed laid iQontl pfsktant pi>nlation it i: 110,000 -an u.creo*.. DVOI lh.. IPM labulallon Hut even tho-r llguiv ran hfl II lha whole story. Ilalv today Is smaller in IB3I1 U.IS. Kill 175 Reds BTH Al(\l\ 11 KJ Kori %  U poaition on tii I t but loot anutber IP farther eaat. An Kigh.lt Army eomnuiiitOBai said thai U .1 snuad.. K a U.N. patrol in a taut in No MM I of Pyongyang on the Kiont 1 tinAllie* koiiiiiei 1.1I captured an advance bill peajtloa rartaai aaet, Can ' up to twai plal muk shortly *fler midnight nt ilv,. U.N. advance positions. The attackers were repulsed points, Irtit the Allies withI I" in t P too Red HH; 15's Ueuiuin N..ii I. Of Yalu River 1 in AIR rosca uv, Korea, Dee. v 1 1 iiii.iiiuuut planes remained norm of the Yalu today, ending %  • streak of Lb 1 IN which man.. Red phii.1 nocked out of | nr^t liana in ian-huUi MK; 15 jets Kith or thi Vela, Ilka 0 mam vagne, lurk.il Wlthlf, •! %  The operational summary to 6 "0 that tactical aircraft of the Fifth Air F'>n live sorties through low-hnnsflng clouds and rainstorms. -IJ.P. Police Colonel hilletl In Riots TKIIKKA:;. rjar. Teheran Radio announead lo I'oiii. Cosooal Nouruhad, 1 died from wound. ycsteiii.i % %  .. i d National fri "bo QIMI staled that thailat partisans of pe 1 to bare held a BUM 1 %  '.. had loll the I'ohre that thi 1 ories CJo im ing Crettit Formation's tin it Hi Service Bj J V( K pox LONDON. D liutchill and n. i.i Of Mull. Ith Ben lea tiiat gives dice] Briton. 11,11111 credit lm 11. Thai tha an rone who ii'liill will %  1 nn.licihv ui %  "'. it has beaeaM .in Hi ot ttntish 1 burchlU would dare led to. %  %  was under in. wartime Gov.1 plena were begun. now that he is Prim.M agam. iha Conearvatlvea will .rlttclaed about Health Mil Urtei I %  rsasta Harry (1 -*shank plans diu-lng the long aril %  men far* recess to study IIM whal run be done. Since the programme began In Julv 1MB. estimates of costs have had to be reetaiil dneaeally, %  1 r.r. bad 1 — •CzechoHlovakia Will Not Be Another Yugo8lavia M Premier GottwaM VIENNA, Dec 7 CZECH : Klernenl Oottwald %  aid ihut R. siannky. Uw ex-Secret.ir. (.. .. %  %  lovaklai 1 wae arreated while preparii the aid of agents of the Wcnlulata." ;ide Una duclnsure in a major speech ,i eeting Ol tha Party's Central Committee. At the thai Slanaky, who was ajreated on 2D. had Iw-en pxpelltJ from tha PJ' Party |KU. Jarriiilalausoiliuva Tausigova, his "accomplice" and a member of the Central Committee had iil-i been arrested and expelled from the Party on charges of aiding Slansky in his at) overthrow the Communist regime. Russia Fa vour Cum promise $6M. APPROVED FOX BUILDING SCHEMES I'AfUS. Dec. 7. ippnread Friday the %  mrcstad by United %  %  i Peg %  I imarAanl deadlock. Is speech. made to ttU-e yesterday, %  %  %  tkia *ill not be it • u beUev. | v ( tha Party has been established, and that two new had been appointed to the Politburo. —C.P. %  I-natii 1 ant commis.. broodest possible %  ..' rvfereqec. -CF. —U.P WEST INDIES vg. SOUTH AUSTRALIA LUNCH SCORE 1 Aiistrnliii 3K9 runi for 9 wickels. Qtoosc %  Kaltlgh sod you will S astu %  blcyclt great iirniKili. •-ooib running. ruparior vrortaisnsbip and long Ufa. Huili ol 11.. finest matciuli in tha world'* Isrgest and mnfi moorm tytle I*RALEIGH THE A I I • 1 1 1 1 I A wida variely of models always on display and ready assembled (or you lo lake away. See our cyda Department, first Floor. I AVI Ml, I'll. I! 1 > k (o„ Ltd. 10, II. XI & 13 Brood Sheet Sola Diilribulor. rime ana IIIIIIMIUI



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PAGE TWO I1AKBAIH>S ADVOCATE SATIKI.U 1.1. I Mil CwuJb galling S IR HONAIJ> CAHVI eroor of British H and Lit. Stj in Bai ^i ill hi *i.i c I W.-l %  Win Commander E*.glHshl Uirwlor of Ch %  %  Armelrong. on behall l %  Cocktail Party 'i' %  HI V> IMH on TnuiWav ol lh v Ilnti-ih B %  lmir< House. included Mr. Phil., ullcce ui Indies, Mr. i i N \s % %  nnd W. A v> Spent M lh* Rum* IIIIIVeM II, ..till out amnriK Ihc t* % % %  vitin on the various aspect* ol %  Mr. A ('. Jot i' delegate* on behalf < uados Ekvii) r.t % %  School ..nti Mr. It Union of Tend" i i • %  f the Union while Mr. n if ion. Dii. i'-plied roi tf" Local I i urting mtluded:— Miss May Cl.uk.-. Mr I Ruby Walktr. Miss, V. Carter, Mini Kntd M %  Mm Efflc Alleyne, Miss M. W..1.-ott, Miu Ercil Gsborn. Taitt. Miu Alma Pan*, Mn (.wen Winter. Mrs. Beryl Vaughanl Mr*. F. Dear, Miss N. put. Mr C B Jackman, Mr. C. G. Rcidi Mr. G. A. iratbwalte, Mr. Chase. Mr. George Werner, Mr.5 Shoe-makers Come To The Aid Of The Party as. t.HKCX \S. HOI I Party shoes have never haj pretUar. Taey are jewl-rtacki till .-. i.vuU.1 u— *>• louaeholda •i r have encruited rn-ei* Pump* all over the cow ere raade of delicate crsjehet m> I %  %  liabaa designs. ,nk ma from Mi* P. i I odeMOe aHppen giv* the %  >.. Bodletejl i i.mi, sheet -iPl>-sartnr*-.,f aphirtei.-ii gl;." . %  %  in b> IXHJHM plain or COIH. I Offculrr* Devoi or %  K M l.. inal.r. a -la-cial fiui ,. . ,H | ,| i„ M<" hoiwekeepinif. • for the Cbristmaa aeeaon incluyjB I" %  *hij have InrUab and i -.id leather shoes, hand-toOsaV "' " r a m ' i permanently pleated nvlorT %  "" ,rk '" 1 croBB-sUlc* Charles %  kmea, which give a perfect At arr rcavm-bl.'. nnd It U B.IU;. Radio Programme BATTROAY DKCXMBK Th Nw.. II 10 p m 0U !•••. Thr is p i. Th o m .... • W It m Tumi. *r 111 1 . 7 M „. • rek, 1 iwm ,m, n %  e •" lUrfM TI* ran %  1 %  V Kicphaniinc Meals C t VRII. Mil i •a it cost* about a 10s .. day to feed aa elci %  ; /• eati erm.nd a MM of hau a ••crlc aad 'rni[ and • lee -ach toy Lleee. rating IS-lllb. W aenesneal. cset abaat II a day U keep Dolly bill for a chii nil ll CI Before the war. when the i* hMacrnaal : U> i to arrtve, A ft ••cak 1 re invisible In wear VY .'. U'.rniny kin Kill II DKAM1 aw ..( KM '..mprtiurv Hho look aart In thr ( Mriit I ill... it.. Mil., fasj iii Hi. QrMfeaaaal at Ihc I uhlhiI %  I*"" Idl tl inm i It put Hie last cup <>l uatrr Into her kfj I In ..cut M..srari t>. l lliana ll>klns h ..n the i:rri.ir.it number of iwinlh Udv at ll" l .Miikli.uu a what this touch ran I aiincar-iMirf %  Otfifty linen. IM-Year Sheets Housewives who worry ovs SSSSS&'S. SJrjatv-sra i. wl Bid JUKT. ot Ihe d.y ,., ru to the ReUlI Tndlni lion • bclde'i trounrau lincii si„na.rd, Aaodilloi ot rr. -tod nor all tho day* of nor It/o. ( rooil drinking u much u two Trinidad Lady Barritter An Appeal B a .Miis. uiiMi. t^ii'ii fni, mmi TLNS juil iu^k b*V I Kund an 'iic for any voluntary ucksiiijtli. duuuhU'i ui Mi. Ikugift, lll( ,i nteinbora of tinnubile nil... luunith Manatini; Hi.,.., v ! %  willlni to donate. .rinidad. udmitted to practise as „.,_,, _M ,. „ .,„„,, „. h ., .m-or air. . |i Allsirjiiy whn iv ill barrister in the courts of that ,.„,„,,._ ,•< ,.,.,. .t,,,,,. „,, ,„.i, H ( a o cruel MM pees? II "."" IM|1 "'. .k place m Port-ofA'iy %  donor rtnding It didlcult to Third Suiirvme Court on cnd ^ fXT donetlon are asked to ivwmber h. -" 1 Mr. Allamby (Dial 22Sii •si Lakst the same evening Mr. ""d turangements will be made lo Mrs. TceluckJlngh give a *-"Hecl same, karaa ..-ktml party at their c -. ,, m honour -rf then daugli3IX Month* bich Mr, and Mrs, Glttens AAH • MRS. JACK. MESTlt.ll '>^" irl of st Kins aic planning """K thai b i In ., ,* months visit to Trinidad is who Is ,uit after Christmas. They exCarlbbean peel to arrive there on DecemUd. look the oppoiher 27th Mrs. Meatier is the Mt P, niter arrived from Si. VHIUM Thursday by the Lady Kudu They are In Barbados loi month's holiday. Mi. I ben m Us< Intaraat of his haaltb. They are staying with Mr. andj iney re Bu.yi.itf wiw mi. wnu ((K(| p.,....,,,, M, Moaoly „, „!.„, K Tuinilv uf signing contract*". ifrVartou^ film COgBMBlei including %  hi.!iad two uf Trinidad. For Trinidad Racee M"-. J,TT Ttt.7 ,t u" l?HOiJH MdBV, Franklo Durr OH To Grenada 'a*..HBJ Mjgjl J L .,,,, C I k KEN AULACK, Bnw.. -, 1B ^ v „^. ljlH ,,,.,, u „..„„. ..,*,, 1 %  imciaU Turf Clubs I hrtitrnis that Mr. Rani attendinit 'r;., i7 ;7. r " %  *" %  „,.,„,, c a.on last month, he had %  Fit ss%2 -"" "...'";s.s cv Talking Point M. P'. ( IIAUL.KN ol M Majority ^UORITY of the He 11.m MMf aijl.Ittth lo be cmiaenl futih a ureai M ai a aa a 1 aa*rva#v*W ** %  %  nvaanr Ifajara ar V' "• TnnMM *lw was hoUdaylni ((II fc ; (,„, rha | ^ ..y^. ^,^04 ^„, twentyttlltl ,ir PaBM Mr. Ud Mm ,}„ %  public. —Francis Bad Rupert and lite Lion Rock—47 four uassengen* leaving •*> vi..ic <>. mm htawvU yesterday for Tnimi..^ .. ,. .... %  -, I etaO%  1 "i> it...in. Incidental Intelligence dien returning home for ChriBt-' spend the Chi .day* with -vIFFEKENCE between the tax mas holidays. h.r husbands \J ,.,,ii, v toi and a highwayOther passenger on the same su.kg the wife f Dr. Charles, man, says the New York Jourlllght was Mr. M. E. It. BOttTfl Officer of Health Arimu, nai American, is U1.1t ono has u Barbadian turfite. |; Tunniad. now aticuding a coune licence. •—L.E-S. R.E.C. Meeting Opens Thin Week The ihird meeting of tinHe gomal Economic Conunlttee wll be held at Hustings House duiin the wccK u-guiiung Monda: December 10. The follow am in x,i1 h d I" ..tund:— Barbadea: Mr. 0. II. Adams 1 1; Hon. Sir John Saint, ('Mil Hon. K. it. HunU Mi it. 0, Leacock and Mr. E. s s. Bu if O— (Adt 1 BriUsfa nuUna: Hon. W. J %  %  %  British llonilurj-*. Mr. A. Ci. T Chaplin. tOI. Archer. (Adviaer): Mr. A. Muclcod Smith. (Adviser f..r Windward Wanda). Among other matters to be considered at this meeting will be DM gppl, itioru winch h.,\. \--> • %  received for posts of BlMUtl** <;. i ratal t i "" fsi i *anl s< %  • ratal i lo the Commit' 1 loner and Assistant Trade i dom. EMPIRE TODAY TO TCF.SIIW — 1.15 13d Extra: LATEST BRITISH MUSKIIIs ROYAL TO-DAY and TOMOKKOW Ut & 8.IS Kipublic Smaahing Double Hair l %  MaaaM i TAIO — .. „ k.n. I" ol OW San "Vane!" „,VERA RALSTON JOHN CARROLL REPUBLIC PICTURE .richee after their first Ottt&aJ In the rain. |S>rticularl> a m o n 9 • %  t>ii(able manufaclurem mini before i,rduction, but this takes %  :iiifacturers migh' nrafax %  an extra gam • • "ill of malarial and trust tc luck on shrinkage. The association, who recenUv persuaded the Board of Trade to tiflUen the -i|>eeiflcationa for ra!n'hs. ifi now pre a "relaxation shrinkage' b. introduced for rainwear. All-Purpose A MJUT. NATES, of Miami, tea.; told by her druoouK thei there has been a long>itandlnu n.nloJvc on her two pretcnptioKj Fi*r over a year she has been (.•inki'if; %  poonsful of hair tonic and mbblatf hee scalp i.iih rncdlclna. Iteporie Mrs. Males 'Borh rcialls were pood Mniru'iy." WOMLD corvNtcsrr icsnvtp TO-AH, 111 DINK and iiwci: AT (lilt >IOIHi A mOMl IN/KH Ml ItBVT Club ^Morgan's Nil, birthday ZDance SATURDAY. DECEMBER 15th etas Muss/ — IXIK nuasi owit i>m/.i:s< GMJOBE 4 BIG SHOWS TODAY NOW SHOWING — 5 4 S.15 CM. n.l (ONTINLING HEVIL SHUTE'S Midnight-to-Dwn Adventure Thunders Headlong Across the Screen! dMshr. .i .1 Sol* III IIK ll been lillcd with iht phec." i [ ,lown. hi .1 mil lie %  • big i(ut k. H I.* i.slw. a. Now a*. k. isvessaslf, Ji-d br the to** lu.'c u •muiit-d he has fouad : <•( the nine east, Ornrr -c •hem to the edge ol iha lion y Moutli, he ihouit hippily M iaa wakiag 101111111. P I A 7 A BTOWN %  /m -!" Dial HI* PI A7A """IN "^ %  m m >m Dial MI Whi|> V DALLAS" rotor by Ttrini.nloi uaVTS asssIRS R liAilTY m ,Urdl •' % %  %  %  ST l \ MI I'.l.l ,s ,, MAT )imi, aunnn a fe.assstajj HOST %  %  • an Craafnrd, David Brain %  >. % % %  — AND — Richard ARLKN —o— Cheryl WAUOB "IDENTITY UNKNOWN" ACTION .... -J ,... SUSrtSSE ! OLYMPIC TO-DAY TO MONDAY US .IS foth r-r Smaahln. Iloubl. Richard WIDMABK -oDana ANDREWS "THE FtiOGMEN 99 ^eW liLVNIS JOHNS • JACK HAWKINS • JANETTE SCOTT •C10UI3D LIGHION z HENRYKOSTBl fRfilFF.OSCAKMILLARO-ALECC0PP£L TOIIAV AT l.iltl P.M. :—: TONITK — MIDMTi: IIOMKSTKKTCII (Cornel WILDE Maurorti O'HARA) — ANII MY IIAKI.IN'i; CI.I.MI NTINl; Victor MATURE :o: Linda DAHNH.I. ,.: Honrj KONDA Klda—Pll 6, Houa 12. Bal. 18: Adult.—I'll 10, Houac 16. Bal. 24 A Ihrlllln* story ol Daaaa Sam 1 I'ndrrM.trr t oimn.ont.> 1 M .11ARE CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" Starting Clifton (B.lvedcr.1 WEBB -o— Myma LOY ITS BSLVEDCRE'S CRIATEST I.AUCII HIT HOW TO-DAV — 4.31 A t.15 AND and Continuing te Tt'ESDAY Columbia Double An Excellent Range of Ladies Nylon Hose 51. I:\II.I AK1STOC MOHI.EY $2.06 S2 28 BRfrrTi.ES KI-YSTONE *2.0ti $2.60 LADIES' KBRCHTBrS IN' OUT BOXES — $1.27, $1.45, $1.97. $2.28. $3.04 (UT BOX LADIES* KERCHIEFS (Stl (Iaa) lie., 22c He tic :i7c. 44c. Each. %  Ii il -l I it .1 i. 1IEPT. COTTON TAIII.I. (LOTUS COI.OI'KKI) HOIIDIHS COTTON TABLE CLOTHS FLOWERED $2,711. $2.73. >:."Hi $1.61. $168. $1.77. $2.83 T. It. IVWS &. Will I I II I IIS Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 SMASH HIT! The FLYING MISSILE tat aaaa nut rtatu in ran SUM "m&i HpfS,JJJJJ* T^*v ^f*\ tat) Baal WEISSMUUER |32S:r SrWaw'sMMV^'-i I WHIM. IO-IIAY!! < / SANTA ,#^*x~CLAUS COMES INTO TOWN TODAY YOU CAN MEET HIM AT BARBADOS HARDWARE • OII.M-.H OF BWA*J aV I.F1AS Sllll I IS Step upstairs and see COYS GAMES BOOKS DOLLS XMAS TREES DECORATIONS lllll.\. IX mi KIMS— wi: AIH: III \VIM. A i.n hi oil* o.\ vvn iiii.ws llir.ll ll.BeUghtocl I



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PAOI nXRHAIXlU.VoCATF. g vri IDAl in i '"" K 8. 1S1 W.I. Bowlers Useless On Dead Wicket S. Australia Score 276 Runs 1 or 6 Wkts. From IIAHOU) H\l.l SYDNEY D bUtn faced I Australia won the toss at Adcliroffk their utmost* io make A. Bowk-y had obviously set his heart on ;i century tad 00 minutes and this on a wicket %  batsmen chance to stand back and look at uall. hours. puldig was conceim incident w h i dentine fflBjped (nun tin, ham] and sreni sailing And 9 mien § %  l his bat and carefully hit II with a golf shot fro puma; em IU..L. riayC.blvl Tv.^u will represent' %  ; 1 becon-\ !" %!^'"" n , 'V,' ..£ 15th. Play to'"! ll Jf iB iVr^.. P ^ M„J5EH ,* i. *hitrial it nfrei-. to Mairhall , u iOd rtu-karde, who it they sucB Tj?iia. toi: ">• "Phatteally ,n almost M££ B 1 ^: 7T ,and a pUct ,n lh th,rd V &£ Valentine plugged away hopcroat, N. T. Clarke. u)|y M |m|il| but i,. IIIiadnin t i Iran !lmr on that deny him any help at all. \l ST*. ALIA (v, IWIM,. at in IN, Dec. e. ' %  .'.',, b K.nU„„ M .. onahlp game* .in ,, %  MI ... MM %  %  I. o. Warwickshire '• •'. ' ". Seale. Rugby Results -•Us %  Lines and Darby a hire 12. |. fcxl... Total ickc'm FOUR WIN ESSAY CONTEST PRIZES \on~Sllit Si. Lm-iu Education Jud^nwnt nicies in the %  %  %  %  D ii L Ward represented %  J H. r-i• merit (or %  %  %  %  her sister %  %  %  v mg been JOHN < .Oil OAR I. fReufer Photo). John Goddard—A Profile • %  %  ,. %  ted . %  >.' ., \0 1. %  aeta Ibem ft % %  rday aaornlng. inat the i ....itt.i no . i l>y Uieit Value of gnd not t. \x -i Community. .fi-id of by law abiding ettuani. celebration*, was due By Peter Ditton LONDON aaod %  On /\|>nl llat, 1918. John 0<*lThere he has nadi ilard was born in Barbados. Tl e catenae which have played no 1 [.unity small part In making Bam and .pire~by exam. %  a*3Wnta| "coneiSm'.. '"•desire to emulate Ifl. • r have been Itn.. Ufa, Iiom which May have ,,| „t that lime. The ion I r r, thai pays handsome dlvinow id Girl la. Could any Intelligent perstore-owner. John Goddnru wai die. The %  econd prna nj tagg ,n % %  .. %  to iwcomr eaptaln at laa t.r>i when Waihbrook %  1 II %  Ike, am won b} pi rtUBlUai offered by Lneaa clubs West indies team ever to win a both wall set, wi 'm and 15-ycar-o promote those ideals among Test match against England In da %  Id Wilfred Wood. Each got 5v< perrantaaa of our youth this eounir', .i,i:ion? Now no u leading the Wast ITIParkhousa made The seed has been plumed |t5 dic,i u nm '" Australia, in a bid a ball I t-rtilily splntuallv assured ii is to wrest from them their post-war ou'si.i. his offleft to :-f the "PWor.t, navu IHII mil with surees^i. The the bat. Hiii It Admilleil IK l,i I iat while i '< newt? Mi • %  not spuKt-n ol I'lOIl. : .. %  n %  '•'•' ha,i given the When her mother gave I amount. bo was living at Bank Hall but had gone up at her %  day, thai hand," old UN Court that her up at her to get i Uesidc ii„t when he told him at.. Ktrange for nil I after he MO thenwas no %  %  .rt .aid that there were a> From page 5 -.* Kvening liislituu BBld ,,..up. mus' i e highl> commended. He said that h did not have an schools, but he had bean nee him that the right altitude of the teachers was a roblem here. >. really unereeleri hraa among whor Bl organt i.iv zeal li '-g mi charges. Thei< must be a greater personal loucf iitablished l>etw"^n the teachci V 0( He Depertnrff.' who should be regarded as friend-, i %  >pies. It the* average teacher hen ll of gjDOd to wit net.* %  ijata in other i %  %  the-* two bodle. who are working in a co-operative me project. Thu tt-oclwrs" infliL-m.' an the pupil abould then be lasting and effective. Mr Walket -.ml that In0BM raeogajuee this w In whom he saw thcboyi he once impressed, and was •If aehieve% cveral grave discrepancies bo... and *••-> witness. She should howaver, M .in .i ihancc to bring the C apnln if she got better evlitenre T ad and accepted 0 non-'tnt Judgment < r thr .-mc raffle unil CiirU' C luUs %  Md DaUlUUB ."•• mill in mjiiurny i lhsl ,_ ma0t „ ,, ..: ::, ll.y ..| lllU.lriOUI ail„| h .„ ,.,,,, „„. ,,,„ Ulb N „. ,„ d ,,„ „„„„,.,.. %  v"iry .line u a mrwcl c&UMnCI I c ...il and Knriv I.. Nimn. u^r...i..a. ,luvo no ""' w 1 1 UPSH. TluUlc bat 1HH II , ^ .. T 5 T'J ""' %  "• ""'" l Ull.l>aii> 1 no proof m ponod l Inrtnc, and •dolnwncr. ,„, ||( v< "j^, vl|u .„ h| M |U ., droppl hi. tuhl hand : % %  % % %  <"< %  Io thoy will have ntabllshmade • IroliTm.nnlncmit eatc and m lltw in ligni, i" "ie Mini ti>. s.-uuL and U'rl W(i..l ntnMi ..[ man la Juh-i tory. out lur UMOadua II la neatly >"''*. Y.M.C.A. and alt CxMnrd" He % %  ' kln.lrod urifaniaaliont, Io do rriekoUr when compared v ilh ,' ,lr TMi %  ..'.ik lli.it will rnounn ""ifr m.-inbei. of his aide, auch .11 alinoiiitli .1 1001 hall everlarini ctadll al lime Worrell and Wi ..• inlerei.1 on their laboiii *ita and Valentnie Itut ha M i. • wllh Ilia wellan It be awaM. ii...,iticl, 1 mal Ui .,,„., he.„l NUP II,. ,e..„ll. of lh. '"fiCffi 1 *" t seelo* lel •ppl "•" ';• %  ex„eet.,l to b. etlhe, UI I nil ,, , %  1 had ton otacular or u wm e d hib but like the tin> coral the %  r-r miigent ^" 11 likr the HlU ;.: Hitisland must apnl|| ^^j, j 0 a WUll i ne West a"vuu| m void | Ildt-n pi Inch is tieme. May P !" r trom wh ' %  %  %  %  rented a case (or the achieve und. i uguration ot the clubs the next ">uld no' do ondOl gnj OthOl canal devise means %  taeaaby ** ,n may be kept aj(va .md Oodjdaixfli "wn %  Wllllag ra ...jroualy able to prosecute then not w .,. !<. th,. t u il an la vitM Io lcing a 1 %  % %  :. Indeed. e influence ot axpac*a4 to gUpBisy On h it '• IT US ' 1 %  iinuuus Mraoi handicapped ^ |y< 0(pec a || v wn en the monwn'^ '•' Ui last •• ba crowned %  u iphra < %  .. ir countlata ,,„. v denied the in roe 1 it. disease, desertllim becotne* progressively grcitci one of the main IV.IS.MIS why Enmachinurv o( adminlslraK\*nd had to follow-on i;d were *"' %  %  I --•-^ riajht-han.i. meditno-oaced legHavln cerssf ully thai ....''. S wnai oeuer way n. 000 annually, irom thcLaboin %  ^ %  rund, than on ibe child 1 : tan Lab urer? With vision, ami YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT (From C'odrlngton) KsinlslI: Nil 1 "Hi Rainfall for month In yesterday: MtO In. Hi. i"-i l.-i..|.. 1 ii.ngS.5' W. I "v.rsi Temperature: .*• F. Uid Velocity; ft miles per hour. it.iri.mcl.-rIS *.m.) Z93H: (3 p.m.) 29.154. VOTRK VERMOUTH Stiff joints? Aches? Sprains f lust apply Sloan's Liniment lightly ait.i me ii.ieiuiH y ..t .luniii.i.-; :.> —— '< > %  <..^.-.-... .. evenlually beaM I... a lb. loldn ..|„K,,tu.,.t, for. a. P-S 1 Iwattfti nebulous ,, nan, backiH bv gdequate fundi %  • • i..:i.r w.,v u. iwnd, any Huttno'a |j 10,000 annually; nrom ine Ubom u, century I, D on the child SotS '' %  "'" Probabl) 1 energies to l> %  hannela! Th me lime hn Ion 'niowle-lgvd If %  %  1] o 1 and pU ad the phrase .„.1 *'*!•• wi'noin ni pu,,,,,. ^.nerslly to prevent a FrankWorr.il of which hla share araa SIB. "ild l^> nniureH md ,,,, y, mrn ( „ (t(X i w in \ n rally Aa a bowler he can be %  %  aartoug thinku lhe railMi ropei planning in these early ,,• well equrflPl ,-ars. a correlation with the Bracaptains, Qrfdard would be mg Institute can \*created, and to better advantage. As it llie ram early youth the tendi not get called upon, s* ; ..f %  p. 1 ; ,h %  1 trainbecause so many run-, ai ntagea. ,„,. ,„ 5t i m ulaled and encouraged, board, or else he lias to come b if markahan wtcktti ., i and play a .. %  Either way. his natm •or attack is not given %  limit neees13 ID'i IN NOVEMBF.R his strong point. leeiM can he be said to %  %  his faith Ten November are among the notiflIn Ramadhltl and n( infecUouj disea-c lhai he mni n%  which have bat •n aurroui o ine I' ter, honour, decency and an earl: | lirled by the Acting Director of Uadfcal Services. There were two caeca of enteric ibd one of diphtheria. Take spoon BEMAX daily you're bound to benefit off the ball and then be to work. So for his O has not I"' On the field Ooddan splendid example with his brilliant close-to-the-w tckct Aelding. It favourite position, although he 15 WHAT'S ON TODAY rage* hiidiiii — I il — V a-m. 1 .uru — !• a m. I ir^i Second and li.trtmedktte DivM.oi rtehel at the raran ai 1 (..as. PeUee Band al the St. \i',in u 1 PI I I p m taarlat: .•" .. %  luaa i M pm. Mi 11: Fict Ouail" D ber a. liEhilnn: 6MI u m Huh Tloe: \!\\ .• pm. Low rhtti m m\ 141 p.m. imsiing wbM %  d.rtcrt %  dally ipaoo/ul el Beaux oui naka to you %  iftil halih nJ •hallrj .irvkle il on you' 1 oihancbHi eenjr* •ueelal „„ '"> .... .. "I'm-oii, „:r:,: —-e„,u. tzrxsz; ^ e. ail-V t-W--"— .WVBt.1.. w ._ -.... 11.. k,.r,.. |.. 1 llliiuiniilim. Iijfnm..' r.-. .i: v .. f'f. our llm.. Kldru> TreubU |i it,. tr U Wn %  (.->. IM artsfea, .in Ha .. ""• a ". MJWMI" SIHIll .. _. .. .. aUtsna air* M *"' M -" "'" Help Kidneys Dec..*' %  Wey Mr t ,!. I. .. I. S tiAo clinical Iota and ie> a ,tui' I aka saueuaealiii .r...j No Bcnafil—No t-o Cystex;; • HDNIrl IIADOI.: T, el ....rue a.-.a, RHIUMATISU '•The Family needs CALCIUM hOI iM mwii hj.t plenty o# ciloem. or (inc. iKvayi 'Of .o.rfl benti, t*eih. blood nd ret. Ever more w required by growifr. eh*!-en. expecisnt snd iHirsmf, mother 1, eenaleiceri " womsn


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SATURDAY, lire I MRKR 8. I dr. I BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE THREE T Thm IHnf, o/#i#t.#/-ONE GOOD TURN DESERVES ANOTHER 1951 ANNUAL EXHIBITION PRIZE LIST I w i KIM Vo-i' era %  P Mai CUi>r. Ward... %  ana C I W *teng Unkalt < HHMl %  Ad..iRl MILR—I B..*I Ad-li Cngju • 0 I W Clarke Yeung Cocka L OR**! %  of one Breed iW K.-mtl I. w CMl Be-i Bied VoM King) W. I) Warden Deal laa | ba| Homer. I am on* f la* m-.pt A O O W I) Baal IA, I a K mi mi 0 U W. Clark* Bral TNIII of S YOU** i I • %  t My onr colour o on* Breed ~ O Chute. Be.I Ad till Pia-n.n nth.T OBI SI rvrtra-uai Silver Cmik-.L,. cup. praam* a*"ing th. i ad by Th* Barbadua Pigeon Club HBMi at ihr Gxukliana for In. beat Mm n' • buda if am] ..tw Won by Ml— Dranc ll.wfcm. c~.li.ui i>l on* btfrd. No. Tl. Cup pr**ent*>l bl th* BaibaWon by Mr O L W Clark* doe Agricultural Socte'y. t>. the Genii* >i A Perpetual Out Urns* Cup IPS* %  •MUM Ih" gr.ai.-l numb*, of by Th* IUilnd-jt PbJlBR Chlfe P" "i.ina la**, -For the Bel Dred | IW by Mr La* Dean. No II Cup. preaented hy id* BarbaWon by Mr D Wafdcn doe Agricultural Sort. % %  • I areetrat numb*! of point. In in* B 41 A r-erpetual Challenge Cup. I'hiagrcn.ciaraee. -i ih* Oynuaan* iraranled b> Th* Bar bad*. Pigaon dub Mm Knlv Parker IM To. Ih* Beat Y.ung Pa.r>nfcg." % %  __ Wgn by Mr H M. Raeti ABTISAN WoUl No 4.1 A Challenge pup. peeaamled • aa. bv Th* Barbado. PouiiraA'-ocialion fur. Timmith*" W-i'k tall i ..„,„ b*ar in* u.ivtmnv.r.1 .la. m. A I... Won by Mr l| M Roeti Ahai-wlra Wilb*rt N., 44 A Challenge Cup. prraenlrd *•'• by Tha Barbado. Pigeon Club i]f3*i lor Forging in Iran not rrmhinrd of filed th* barn tram of 4 Young Rating Hum-Gerald Mgei rr. %  roui att-Uin woort A. Won by Mr D Wanton. M..-HI I . i' -' .%  % %  ... %  HI* l*-<*an PU.tieln* A. MM laWta MlMaantlSIWll WoiK Ada Kill. h.. in Si*.! tarMirl i R*4 M kl and aimk Hi.. Ho 1 A r*>a.laal I ha .* %  iMM ifka Ba Mai i-n I al CkaMtar Wo %  A aaaalal Prkta al b*aa will a> ard*d la Matnban at m* Harb.. %  %  m tor the IW.I tea I hall*..* f %  • „„ ..|„1 |„ I I ii. %  •l'i~l 'l> had < A Hurphray. A HutnpKtai rnaaaaea Uahi i A llua.be.iav. lull na*a> C A Mianuhi*. C V llumphr.1. %  %  ACINd HOatK .l.raH. Urea! To Study | CO.L. s*iii itisi.,WorktagBOf] Marshall IMan! InUi OTTAWA. D^. S 10 of the story of liviny: •SI reads pr*t> as the precpdin.chjpI rajpart €n 1 >. Bureau %  tug index rensef! by 'our rtfihs or s point f %  %  Lll > am Thr indfx had KLa outJump after another. points from 175 2 in 1 >>r January The bigg**! inrrras*a and will I Pjraoikc I ill rJtey • %  "• PARIS, De*. 6 '"'* tan ITimc %  I On IhU trip, he will 1 .iiicu-won . iRlnaliy %  ...s vwrtout |iiuliinU'iided ir.ivmn France "" %  wB *T %  %  A %  Ha II Jap* ..i-., %  Rull. A %  %  tell I yrata and indrr Hha %  10 Pnullly AmHH <" A H K Cork Ci I. W Clarke BM, to* Ih* kl pair of Yaf Slodana, ma Karlna Homer mi Show -of one colour Won by Mr W T. Warden PRKIM DM K* Dr..r <1 C i 0 urbin naov/i n rums II Hill i rarte Ynunii ih Ryl.ll Arif.ui U( It >KI t M A M .. Cliall.iur Cup. prreri by Tha Barbadoa Piaaxn Club ir T*a Tabbr — <•* % % %  ar Harm tL". tl kSAIKTl -M IHiN l) Olbba. Nrary Hr.r*. I A Murray. Onaia i .-iF*m s. A. Murray, . .. :i ,\, a\anT.-n-mi.k tilant. i C. A. C Youna Buck -(A Oreaiiida* Due C. A Ureenldae I Doa C A Wtandoii. I— baa* Youruj Ply.,.,., Member. Claaa Won b> MIM P laavrfe t aaara a*"' i pun Hush Chaira lealed with ruah o ( >cr* II Brail.. IRIM HIT ASH KMITIM. I i-ira and under 10 Sm I raaa li.iU.!., Dairy IjJ Muter. \ v^.,, .„, a .,naei Ltd I ,... ...I ,.*-. iAd. illiair lay pr.wtilirt %  %  .-ad. to main bar. Ina Barbado. n*irv and at.*-a t>ier W |. %  a.4 i a.-a.red hen. Mam. A It l.i. A Hunt* are Mr. A S Pankhural. Unfaar%  I K del. lelaitaCaa lo tin a nee group of tha OHaB I 10 >unrla • .in aiao afMUng %  mall ii.-u%  I il the %  tody artthfl Marshall Plan | .i-.-ided tu wait —IT. SUGAR TALKS %  SATISFACTORV i .nNnoN. Do-. 4. h M.w-r lUMiia* ,ing this ,„e proceeding yrryoottuy n t arotlali-i p..rtio<. ara %  till dbruialng the final detail-An.iti..-. o-aeUng wUI bt held proTl m i %  f Hi* Ita. Baaeh nreerler.' Aw> % %  II Ta.rl No II '">• %  < b.ll.rii. ( aa pr. wn-ed 111 %  %  Barbarlo. IBII %  Hi J Crorhet Tea Cloth Mi. rfl ov in* Crr-hel Supper Cloth Mr*. L M. for th. I A.M-IBI* HoijahoJd article* in fine crochet or crochet and linen auch a* D'oyleya ,% II %  _Flauil..yl*>.. |l Tl id ii* ii J a Ivrr Cha1l*nae Cup. preiawited OIBM! TO' by Menara H Ja>on Jon*. Ar Co. Lid. 'Fab*' runner or (. | M. II local aa.nt. fur Ral.t.m p„nna Faed*. Ward lor the be.l AdulF.m. Pi.-..n Drawn (bread In hi.i.hold ai | K la Ml W D Waidn. Pra %  .. <*>& %  Silver Challena* Cup. pierenl '*'. Lunch net. el< H A lea•<..;. r ad by Maeara. ii jaxm Jonea A Co. Ltd, (Jarnvani in Diawn ihr.-i Vical aaent. for Hal.ion Purina Feed, for Heavy linen Draa.. odite. a*> v lb. l.| Adul* Plae.ni on ^u* other Ullcvelt. Finlanad artirla) In Fine drawn fhnrad pre, by Mr. O L. W Clarke %  In l.lbern .rleai While l-ili.in il.a.ali 0.1 Hill. ''M Mill li. F II K.ua Pullet. II v. I-I,ea>...lh Rack. — n.ri.4 I It. All.tr I. II Poatai. I aVMl I riii.ii i HI. i. Pullet. I HI,li \ I ,. o II K na Knitted aamttnt or Shawl Ch.ld MB-I-M. Waatharhaad %  oca* in wool, .ilk .ii Ihrewd Mr. K KiHu.lU Knlllcd K.--k-. Children %  > In Ik ,>e ihraad i IHvlalan la -IIUITKI I.f I'M; I'enlaa Mr. K Nlrlioll. Saivla Victor Maxaon. BuaJVjwrrB Mlaa E. Shepherd. Tlthonla Mr*. O Si.rvlt K Mar-hall J It All. Alla>n. %  %  th.,.. (i It r Marthall Uhl Bread A E Da-h Beat Locally Brad Cockei.l J II i diet, LiRd Hicl A N II i H .i nan SB.ml. I.am* . %  I Marahall . i %  Pullet. F. O. rUmaay. Wkll* ar BUit f.aaa* He.,. K t.ianum RIKI luri.l.d *' %  Uaaae D. II B O'rfaal Cockei.l. C D Marahall Mb'a I— flan.. II. II H B O'Nral l> II B O'Nral Paputsta Oaaaa .i II %  Poebwlai tlaaai I A ii i uaaa* n A B os O. COB. PulirtI v. caaj |M| lt,r..t^ a*a Raa %  ltd II N l^-ai N la, A an.er Ch.illent> Cup nprraented b nlatlun for the beat ohibil ol ausar can*. Won hv Turner 11-11 Plantation Chai! %  i aaaree, i<> lha ..iibn..i ohtaimni tne %  rrataat number of point. In th* Field %  Cbnm Won bv CaatltOrjnt Planlallon .' A special Pravj "f HOOtt % %  ••aai.le.1 bl Hi. Uaih*doa Alricullural fcaniaa Mlnialure — Mia> E %  -"-• I" lha Manaan 4 Ihr Plandiliun hard ... i,.ir i'..•*), No. :• Won hv lha Mana|er. M John. A Perpelual Challange CUI iraeaeiited U. Ihe AgrlCulluial loekBl] .ibltor obiainlni the gi.i.t.numuer of poInU In Ih* Oai cuWon by Mr B. W Bratl wait* Sinn.nl I'm. i Silver Spoona praw n lad b> Hu Bacal i blaming Ih* maatral iiurnbor of poll! %  I V.(.table Claaa I W Brathwalle '"" P" ii*-. 1—fired. %  roai n..ik.ir. Lad I year aitd u.-.dr. I ypayaBnlkrrr' Lid %  J.r*B Vauiif Cow. aa per R,,l. 10 Bulk.I*. Ltd Cow. aa pet H 1* II n • i (la., -—(.lad' \.hir>. 10 HU Dal.% 11 Hill. Daily (taaa •—(iradea >la.k al Mi. Ht"4 i .i ll \ v Bull. Bc*f TiiI tart" or over>• -. i iraea R.n ii in under I yeartwo laetl. A 1 hallr-I' < dale la ni.ti %  Oa baBaa Da ...t st.. in., v,. i.. tM laoth Mi a. A 9t aa.** u. hleapkl ^m P'.rheaVn V %  Braa ). %  A.,.. k%(J t.n th. 1 K .1 %  ) Mr It Tint x -,. .i Pear* af ti aa aa h. n.ih.,,w %  raa >. i %  %  ii., n, %  %  H A MaiahalL |1 i | %  %  Aaamiattnn or lha Beat %  % %  ...... II. R I) Ward.,. Cot Re. li Waiilin li .. k 11 I In.. It V I li ... I, iDafeneai \ i No U aen led by HIM' %  ! Ul I Iiqoet RiM-a. all one co fetM Mr. J Cunn.ll iti>i n.i ,i| .. t 't. N II Baa ra Earlv Vietnrtan Houeurt Mm. J<." -hadille Bar.r l-.liir I aBaylllt.n turned out lain* In H Sart-ant ,4. %  K.h.lll. ,, at Aad i.. lor Ihe Ue.t of age. born • vrr rrrarleal thalleai* %  ,,n Ih* I.Und of I ii..-d aii. aa kalleac* I ar other than ,ned •chkdai Mia* K •I. .. Humphre Carrlngtm ITeaentaU"" Ba.het of FVo' i %  aMI .in. .. i Dl'1.1.., la-HOtlTII I I.TlSf Dendtukium Pnalaanopala — Mlaa B Dendrobiuni rhalaenop-1. achruaderiMiaa B Chatter)fe) %  re la. a beat P.. Color, i, hrj Caatle Grant PUnUtli.n li. •• ... Nn-hoiu i.. .1.. arts M..-. Hunle Cockerel B. Coajhl I li, ll it r O'Neal %  <.tn..b () % %  • ar. A.O.V. Baary Oai K K D Webater Hen. K D Webat-r Pull*!. K D Weh-ter iw-.t TUN Cam* C. A. Humphrey Ml III I Mo A Perpetual Challenge Cup. prevented by the Sugar ESporten for tha beat exhibit >,f Dark Crvaula Mugar Andrew* Fa-Urn Ko 01. A Parpalual Challn* dp. praaentad by the Barbatfoa Agnciltu.al ^.K-i I... Ihe b' %  '.in ..I F-M-! Malaaan Won li •-nrt> Lan* ractory S'O B> A Special PrUe of (WOO preamlad by the Agnruilir.il Sort for th* bail Cake Icing Ulapl.. ... I. MIM V Dacam, No SI A Special Prlrp of liun) or*. Baby'a Boolla* or .ho In .Ilk. Ihread Benin! I th* AfrKullural SotkHy for Ski taaVJ II %  Collin. -he aerond beet C-He lemg diaplay KJ 'tmg nnhhad article Mra. y,o.i i. Mlaa V Daaaion A E Armatrona St A ' aa „..„ „> n Better romptlttion Mr. E. Deane wpq b* Mr. T. H raimer Oarmant with Smocking — Ma INo SI, A Perpetual Challenge Cup. i lady Bobeitaon. re-praa*ntad by beat aalubit of %  %  ornamanlal plaasa %  Ainpliat.m Madam* Hill Papilk) Mr J SLIIICW.II Mia. ' i It' %  %  RpaUloglotli. SpacieIt B Ban. AO.V not -pruned above, am C P On.,.1 Three apecimen. of th* ram* Gene* MOIltLS AND TOYS iintciural Model-to arak—Oaorga Seal* Model-mainly In vm Wartaag i, .-t.i .., i ardlng Wooded Toy not otherwia Bay Street boy.' School DoUa ^>Palru-.a Schor.l - i i pirsi ii... a Modelling In anI Fo-ter RIM AVD t mMM Parpatai ptewnted I i „ laa |kg u.' l>, i -. in tha Show .ired by a I% %  Brad te .1 Bf Chai..|l.. No 3. A F-ia'lal t batten.. I .|. wnil by Ml W A Ye.iw.od. now pr. pra (or ihtbeat anlm-i und.-r %  %  C W aprlnaar. i \ pirpataal Cte Bi—a Cap, H i phre. • lliuiiio i %  ih* bait Milah Cow bred in Barbod... Mi r. c inn *.. i A r.rarla.l CkaaVeaae fag %  K. ." M V. li Wa.-I.i, >'.Ghaaharad e. i..-.i k.a t tiii.ni .i I...4 -ii.... -ar. i i.."..I r l-.-J Blaa. % %  D iVar,l*i, It Braa... II.Iai ( h'.h.lrg I c- It M I U "'I*" %  %  lAay iilh-i Dafcatl %  ...II II M lt.*ll S.„. I 4 hi A. H. I Two Bifeclat I'riraa af I100U and eSOO rr.pecli.*!. oreaantad St„kea Brn.. Lt.l repra%  f Meaara. Q S.mnebo*tl ea Co l^indon. rwanufact ir*. ,.f thwell known Ja*a I %  %  Iand aecond oral POL1 I I'ltNlTCRF. %  'Ml Hugh Walcotl and Mr. Hubart Haynra raapacUvelv. N aa. A Perpetual Challenge Cup. rrr^ited bv Mr R N W Ottlefti. for No TO Cup | byj Agnulli.i.. %  hibll II. i I um tetepfy. %  ingle diktillrd Rum, col.. It ..... niannla. t..t. We-I India I Double di.tille.1 Re*i prrwnl year. R m Nefln Single or Double dia.llled i mired. M.lined and bi.lllen la M.r chant, for Hourah'ud V* Th* Re%  4 Co Single or Doul I trnm, Col...ir-d. Matured. Blended and BotlWrl H .iiaahold Ua* — H 1 Km C Ijqueur Fale-ni.ii. In.* *. Co Comtrercial FalamumMartin Doodv V.'////-'.'// ^-e-,','/',-.', W,"SS*VS**#*S*W********MW**t FERGUSON TRACTORS WITH THE FERGUSON SYSTEM Thr frlmi, of both the small and Large Plantation Owner*, "like of which Is only a fraction of that of a full "Track" T; S3.ia5.oo does an nmailng job of Ploughing and is at home t-jhci in the m tlif road. I < famous Tractors are also becoming increai* Ingiy popular here and arc doing fine work. hi you to Inspect Ihii truly woiyderful machine and you— ploughing, hauling, manure spreading, grass-cutting or what j Children grow up strong and healthy on irol COURTESY GARAGE ROBERT THOM LIMITED Agents Virol providM ad the easen tiaJ ingredient! thai growin/ children need. It U 4 highly concentrated health food lhal helps huild atiajng bones, geood teeth and starrdy limb, y-liikJTen Ittve the Savour of Vuol and oecausc tney a I way, take it willingly Uiey get the uunmt benefit from lU goousacaa THE MASTERPIECE IN OILS. ttKx co<* ... ilf %  t*IM\+.i !.-.*.'-*.--•-•--.% %  n.. tHj.' My fe.iinrii—I \m}\n lacf. if th* vary.tau.ca.of foB**(Jiii; MM tupply So. foe. ara Nitlt'i. Milh;il|nei fcy;Naulg.tii.-nilk of unvarying ricellance. itlgctad and prgpirgd. undo <*.mitt eiactiRg cona.i.on. of moogafi tiygian*. guarantied by >" %  ngent. *BH>. 'a.ba. QJ.jhdggjub y gunty. Ngiilt 1 now offer pew NESPRAY A NESTLES PRODUCT



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V.U.I I K.I1T CLASSIFIED ADS. RARHMMK f nrHUk Oulana, Wtrxloixf .,r,,i -. Islam). r, riieawr Mttarvlari ar> *> Vesael MN'AHIA" S.S TRADER" 8 3. "ASTRONOMFR >\I.ESMA.\ HOMEWARD FOR Till: IMTFI) KINGDOM Veaael For ciou$ In LINARlA .Uverponl atf-b £ PLANTER' ..London .inn. There U .1 VtcaACJ U OH I t"i an Education Offlcci. NOTICES >\TI mm IM i tn GOVERNMENT NOTH I Daamnira. / i i.| MONKKA unl aer-rH 1 : ^" : % %  if M •.. i.iDa -ml l Kill. Data of otaparttira Ia* nr-tlftad Tfce M V DACKWOOO still mrrrpt Car fa -rul PIIJIIII. la %  B W I SCHOONER OWN'IM Tl *MT APPOINTMIM ill MI'hHMsoi; MM QaTrtULU, Mosrii \i AppUi %  M Isfl Kitchen. OMMTal IK | K| MM ff MS H $Hli' p,. t ..niium. Applicants should pfH ed a satisfactory standard of adu •xpartMMI in housekeeping dutn %  %  > Applications mi hm obtainable from Hospital, should be forwarded to him not | a t< DM. to HARRISON' LINK 1/ OUTWARD MOM THE TNITFD KINGDOM APPLICATIONS KROM MKMSHlH lltMMM. \MIOHIVI.S AT T1IK MATLKMI, TRAINING HOSPITAL From London Liverpool. <;i H tow l^nndrn Learei 911. Nov. 29th Nov. 5th t>. Due MOHM IM IAB I)IJth i). %  Far farther Information Apply l# . DA COSTA & CO., LTD.-Aftmta l'i p'liect to ihe selected gfspUeant Mag passed as mcdi foi employment In the Publlr 8*1 The minimum educational uiid I ideation which will bi e< is a pass in the Caa-Alltlfjl LsKel School CirtMcit. Of %  ataklaV ix.imlnaUon of equivalent standard Applicant-. ahouM he between the ages of 21 and SO years 4. Fcums -if application and flintier |..niiciil.ns relating lo (he post raay be obtain rcotnred M aMintd ilut.v at %  s-ihle opportunity, not later than 2nd January. 1832. %  -1231.—Sn. Applications are invited froi J5 for training as BlMwV The course of training |g qualirted for and received the! The course will extend over a pel will commence on lrt February. 1932. Applications should be addressed to the M pttaL Rjink Hall. ST Michael, and should I ''•h December. 1931. IIKPARTMFN'T i| I IM 1 I lln\ Vacancy In Ihe BSMMnUn l<. Applications *re invited tran 1 OOL St Michael The mlnimiic A o| the Department of cxcmpit S..l:rv will b> Itl I %  1 Kb rnentary Bcbool c OMIM % %  •prct of previous %  aWsad by leeenl testimoiiul. All othi %  ppUeatlen on ti.. H I' I reaefa U* Da| 1 cember, 1951. CaM UWW diaqi.aIifli.ifio 3rd December. 1951. VACANC V FOR RDI'C ATION OFFK FR. EIHTATION DFPARTMFNT — BRITISH HoMU'RAS Department. British Hon• %  PBkrAriHK'ATrnHOaoa —W vowlblit„ oln .11. %  IIRTONA Haiov.. Itom H0IU1.4. -n .\ahII>a *..llPine fconi. Ttled l(u•< iua>%  ml TV..* b-tfrnom Biniaalo* .!"• f and rr-lt l^dtoam Bunlalow ta.SnO W %  %  %  -•id wood 1 ilftvtl "i K It HUNT! A Mil: a IB N-en laund lull} <•• ta du Dulles. *n addition to the general supervision of elementary schools the %  W,M : on teaching methods and school organization, assisting li the nrtnis,dion of pupil tuacher training an,i performing such other duties a, the Director may decide. Quail-—---*Applicants should have been (mined at recognised training colleges, should possess a teacher', diploma I ibooM nava leaehlng experience in elemni.,iy gcflO I tiough not ataanllal, will h. .. additional .ni..i.(Uation. I mul The salary will be on the scale 91.464 x 71—$1,824 ( £ I Sterling is •qulvaltnt to $4 British Honduras) the point of entrv being dependent on age. qualification, and experience. There is also pi 1 Cost of Living Allowance „f 9290 £ 7 0) pa. The revision of salaries it at present under active consideration and it is expected that the salary quoted will be substantially increased. The post is panXlonable. Vacation leave is with full pay. free Mara passages being provided to Ihe United Kingdom and back. Travelling expenses and ubsistence allowance for periods spent away from headquarters are paid. Free passages will he provided for the successful candidate wife and two child AppllealloM. Applicalions, accompanied by copies of two testimonials and glvig two reference., should reach the Director of Education. Barbados by the 13th December. 1931. They abould state fullv, particular* of applicants' experience and qualifications, including anv mbjeets or in which applicants may have specialised. 30.11.51.—Jn. /Ml/ I Of Mim lOf #f •KHI Vl\ IIO11 III ro>irosino\ A new shipment has just b#M1 iPLANTATIONS LTD. •KII.VIV IIOII.i:il <0.>ll>ONITIO.X docs not C.TUSI* foflmini; or primim: In tin and nfTt?cts> neither copjui ONIY ONE SO" GIVIS YOUS SKIN THIS EXCITING FRGANC( Your tkin will b, cool,.. iwm.r.. 4 *• dnirably tlalnlyfrom h.od lofo. j il you bolh. wllh Imgranl! Caihm.ra Bouquet BMvty Sosp (MiYKRNMENI MfflCI GENFRAL ELECTION Elecioi u i.'minded that they DTtaln the number of thi ^^ Inch they from airy Police Station of the constituent r. KoUcea .ire lieiiag posted mi,. .:.tries of the Heg> Iresi of the Polling nation roi the District and this LatfOffftatson tiav been published in %  P 4.12.51—la i v,v.v.wv,v.v/,v.v//.v. § I I IIMSII ; in Christmas Style %  %  DP (WING Start XMAS Shopping at GRIFFITH'S Rockley. hir Ihr llousrwives SwliVa thee** ~6-lb. Tln^ Swift'. Cheese— t' %  !-•*. Tina t'heear per lb Table Butter Planten PeanuU. IIm in Tin*. Jarob*a Rlsruils—a Fine Asaortmcnl r>rapes in Tin* lUasehold Rultw — t5's, •a. i.o'. inn Fur I ;iU Making raunm H MSINs mi will need tome lo GRIFFITHSand see for rtaatgatl Ope'i from K am. to K p.m vitirriTirs PHONE 4513 — ROCKLEY. FOR SALE II ALL A I IS 4. H OI l Offers will bf> considered lor the pOKhltC above group, consisting of llaggjiis Faclory following estates ;— Anlh Afrp* 266 115 TtUI M4 521 211 Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. Creenland & 0\-erhill approx B:.wden &• River approx Friendship approx HaRHatts Factorv has been extcnsiv. U ...demised and is equipped to produce fancy I well as DC. sugar. During the 1951 crop (| 1.352 Ions of sugar. The bags required for the ] • lu.ve been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group 11 among other items the following Intan vestal tractors :— 1— TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9. 1—Farmall II Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor. ploughs, plough. 1—brush!):. ... 8 Dodge Tracks, I A TIM Livestock includes 14 ttoi PurtBst .1,1 mid ondttloi ootalnad from. S. P. MUSS) Broa.i



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SATURDAY, IIK nan . isi BARBADOS \DYui \n PACE nve No Decision Given In Writ Server's Case a deliberation of one hour and a half ai %  i; : .'.::: Server (t-oulbouim i Ward of Rock Hall. St. Thorn., of Inflicting irm with intent on Elijah E k Hall, st Thon i %  i ted at 10.10 .1 %  ended ill tinHon. ihe Chief Justice Sit A11-.IL CollyKi prealdlng. CVainaaj In UM MM arera i white Mr T. | Kuhi Acting A ad for the Crown. The prom-cut.on called on s* Edey I russ the tick broke brought thiei I the accused struck E i colling %  Ock on the left hand %  d uut "Ward, look you Mk my hand. 1 M On the flrst "e was sure that Ward was the haMtd with inflictm-n that struck Edey with UM • .tin bodily harm on Rh' -•' !" W * > '< lh '"I with intent to m um. diaw moon oul ,h 1 ni *" M %  injure and on the second J"* 1 *** 1 %  n *' 1 In inflicting grievous bod-"ami* was taking ... alleged A ...driven %  %  oca Mid, Uw prancutl (the Island **" 5 ca *" waj atu,: Spatial Out] %  Thomas. It appeared th .t the ac" D %  " % %  •* %  Station, j witm ..... M i ml down lo Spring farm, s KasU aV j ';""• n pecal duty aboui %  HMD B !" >" m rwr. '''* 1,,d u "'' i-'-"'"-'-' h,m m < h v \IIIS \MI II \MH IIAI I City Gets Ne* Parking Spol ciation .it Ptinc William Hmr\ I v. %  %  situated Thl* >p<>t. o Messrs Evel> n Roach, v iII b* I Monday. Dteembe r 17 %  I Park Thursday in***.: th i.*4lcrart. drawings and HA R HAM AN UNDEfoGRAiDS PROGRESS WELL IT U.C.W.I. the I FicUl Bet Hul said th.it he heard Edey'a hand \ i} a policeman, but M i to, K.u, '"'" %  *">"P_ !" St. Lucia Has Made Great Strides In Kduration During The Patt Ten Yearn S t l.ucia has made nieat prograai educationally dining tha There an now 48 primary schools, three of which have been supplied from C. D, & W lun.ls and they rOMonabl) awl equipped, Mr. O. A. Walker, Acting Director of Education in St. Lucia told the Advocate jn Mi Walker ll attonding the Caribbean Regional Kdueation %  it rlastlnga Kousa. EU IS staying ai Ci Waters, Worthing. %  %  %  %  %  %  i MwaUon %  vaUaMi let UM BBOftj. been invited to attend the paw. ,. 1: of Si. Thomas iie said that he I'. Ike Constable J.imes Lyrn.ii %  %  ** lystejn b> "I have been told Hi.,* lives at Spring farm, St. Tbee lay 18 he was at Spring Trinidad Public Library I | j eaedMaMI rJO rm. on May IS he Farm rap, St. Thomas, with n entry lo Ihe heard someone passing by the accused sean-lutig to. Clivmc Rlli. POTtunltj to and held Saturua. aohoola, ami the %  oluttao tit thai ul Then he an escaped prisoner, while in %  > s Vbxanl and Berbedoi ON i. classes was dJaoontinued from IMQ raxed problem of overcrowding I about I 1 the gap he heard a shout Bl BT to keep iB lOUCb with UM and intcnsivi %  e %  IMO ID UM provision ol % %  He >: %  i. who form oni kind had got a warrant for'the accui I yi """ k Nona ol the . Uroeah %  tents lo noi'-members : n tli • >in*tiriic • %  the area but M %  of thi" %  ..nts Accessible R T Michel nilssioner of Police, snld thai 'his |i the best sltunle-l M •or the ihopping centre .. tana Ilka thk %  shoppers who will lv MOV! then <-,.is WD reach H a %  %  MU WI-. I Tha* >• the first park be ii .i iin i t the Bat I i i-moblls v f. r 50 cars Whleh WtU be p.o kton the ban system assures easy narkinx an J immediate get-aw.iv b] poth ecu %  will b* | Asked about lhl tnre at th,. B T C R M Ml W said that %  well itipported M mat %  I proan thou i i t u the ABMciaUon did no) rnotol I-' i1 '!.,IB.1 tag. i loaad III among them. ItodMy Harm "aid. The policemen lifted his on to Addreasing the Jury Mr. Malono Tt building oiotitiunmv is goW Assistants who formerly (U the police van and Sgt. Hutchlnreminded the Jury of the chart, m „ u £ h (lf Staff and assisting the Probat.<.i ma v ,f" %  within the framework of ihe eleI'olilirs II is unfortunate that in all of these lalanda, the polk} BM • %  hies lion la so gre.itly influented l.> the politicians. Even among the ponaJbla sect ions dt the arious islands is the fear of wha; ion son cuffed his son three times in bn.unht against the accused Bra) OOunt he was charged Th • %  nfl cUng grievous bodily *""", n iulai Bialatanei when he I %  %  %  sitta _. 11.. t, i ll...... li..l L( tkn A-i Intent son with a stir* and he sj-.ke I.. '"•*", !" ,""' %  "' "" •* """ '"'" „ (1 %  ,.l tlwm that if the first count !" has to IKp:oved. intent has v l>e shown. The Crown n llll-.ill, IIH'UKll %  delayed by the burricana In ""'" %  large buildings %  %  _%  — %  %  eotnpleMd, did s. hotu.ships had bee dition warrants the hope that Hi. time will ai live. BOd very soon when a ro-operatlvc spirit be< BiM and polltiel m will banah distrust and fear. lack to him and hit him with %  i it broke, The %  | left band Hta lefl hand was 1 roken n • May 18 l>i ( ummins who examined the hand and he to the Hospll |t was set. Me COUkj not ii" %  To Mr. Malonr his son fell h the poll' i This happened about : >" P All the policemen wei dressed in pl.ii: .loih. hi Kdey .aid that he saw the policolonwhere IIien beting Clivine Ellis. He gave %  'it a was going on. He war „ deUlled atcount of how UM unable to do anything. police beat Ellis, but Rugt lUffl of the buil %  on. wen dan Ha -• aa^rtS", ..(tnctlw.hi.wn. The Crown ,„..,. %  %  "• " %  • %  •; %  u > % %  % %  „„ ..„„,.„ %  II.. t< chnrepd ..<, lh.. m -.,„i Inns were all coveie.1 l,v in-u'sally and to p.m. on May 18. buildings 'bat they had been using the number of ohani a "il ."Li of ,h proaecuUon said that the ft offices and lecture rooms. They mg that period. -55 "*_."' "dghl was a clear one and a bad lieen buildblf and tmichina 'IX'spue the fa.t that the %  o f th) fteli lift Ma Barbadian who has nevei .. finished. 'eels that hul countr> is mon .i Cotonial Oflke (Irani the neighbouring islands, he p*isisis in directing a batb I Offlce bad treat* The accused wia wearing a said something else. hcm i, and had „ %  jacket arfd pants. A cap WJS on Edey could not have seen hU son R rai.lcum ol n> on 00 tha matUn MUCK him being beaten ,f pojlcemen bad them to put up permanant buildDuring Ulc w i -en %  uMected te a few such oral up to them h(iy had lM ;_ hh rei would iccntnpllafa t %  %  (or building a wU-rdered eoelet) springer had been of urea %  nd given the iiMplratlora lo in help to the University College as if Barbadians won paUenl MOUgh them In Ihe mtrresl of their felI' tO li-'en I,, the bona flee repotUi I i, %  %  he from othet Tl i fi^el (To standing, d his house Is nhmit three houses away from Spring Farm Road He tl I eused well. Kir.l Aid Tre:ilment I'r II <; Cummins 18 about 11 pjB his office at IVink Hall Jusl abov I dda U May was telling the truth on the witness stand He was not suggesting that Edey's hand was not broke:, was submitting that the .mused Watd was not the man that broke "During; the past t*-i 11 steadj Improvement In Ihe kind of rduialion offererl ll. arious grout*I ; i i' ii. ti | 1, financially strong Island! where sums of 'torn CD and W. funds have been used for the n Of school i Ihe training of UPkaap of buildi m .. burden on ii therefore Importanl thai iue.it anal adminI that the human beings, that I-. the ll i t>i ivided wtth the tool Waintominw Qttmt Mi'.Ht lie Reheard i.i,. Judgei Of the \ Appeal, Hi H Vaugfian and Mi 4 i< i, . Kiieii. yesterdaj orden 1 l*yeer-old damenUn< i Of I'ollymore Rot %  her busbai be reheard ii us at* i nun ..i Clementine has accused band ot n eg h a Ung and ii ei au n t n g The .... was he.ud m m Lower Court by I Mi c L Walwyn who H Tin. Apical ludgl that the pruba i> gi't InfonnaUon at t,. "f income Charle-. C..lien,in have. MbSSBS. A. S. BRYDBN a SONS (BARBADOS). LTD., po BOX sot, MUVOBTOWK, SAIUsADOa GIFTS GALORE ai KNIGHTS DRUG STORES vome in and shop with pleasure i irant K aiiutoss PI art MI urn \\ i u M \Mt I Itl -I 1 I HfBJfl mil I 1 MAP \v„>r I, ,1 Seenls) |MH |M nir.llon*. \MI.I Oraakarai laea Houses, etc. V varied \sorlment ef \m.is Cards \inis T.ihle llrciralton* %  ds^itt Hi I s p. | i, behalf of GtenwntUM and M D. H. L Ward i iband. KNIGHTS LTD. his hand Ihil nlghl. .:d-pl a policy ul grv&ter inlroPmpultj Evervon* Rnr w. w..uUt Uln him lo Kl^ I„. toll hand" wai "' >"pn-uUo„ WttWM ..1-dl.n.. brakaH ll. r.-i.lcrcd nW-ald and l"'n !" l 'ho accuurd epar policemen in plain clothe, and he had no cap In a COM Ua ,,„. v F.lh.. this where the prosecution Is under ,,,.„. ,„,. % %  iiding The Mwhelher the acounls len "> „„ loIU of lh. eused had a stick Ml his hand with "to Crown witnesses were con(he D|II la.lonof : Here was a crowd •SS5CJ'?. TZ$Z, "'i IE Mr JNlcol. Edu, Ad %  Even in mv own httie district of Bpelahtatown %  i helpful projects hjve be. | Mil on the afaoaa %  %  ad. md %  i pop ul at ion ,-xpect %  • learn th..' I elemantat and sec.'.. one must recognize UM spirit of %  itil It broke. There was n crowd vwcmr ..... .., w,.. ... f \ %  . wsplclou. In a ciiminal ea-t I ; PJ U .lis said J-ccuwd always lias th , r Uh Age firnuplng .i Rfalkai nld '• .mi DO, .•..' t | ntei •it DUl stated thai (lie prc*cii v.i :. over .igi-MioLiiiin, a ovei omo In St, L i, itlan of i r tOdlAed pattern which did not disregard Individual ability. inoa whieb aou sartly laau to a retrogression tha -!ly resist e.l In lh,people He hoped tha i it ion would soot i>e found foi ibis problem In Bar S.Mial Srr\ies Th.meial le r v l eei had i-eet h i n B irtoadea. Tht • an p4r n that the accused was weanng a ; "< %  —• •aid. Ermle Bran, h. i 2-year-o.d Uiey saw how hea.. ..f Hock Hall, SI Thorn.. to the court. The prosecute ........ e beyond doo.t mural Ooulbou re the ui.-iand Ihey huye to decide u Ihe Tutor. 0) On psse 1 away MM1TMIIM<3 for the way in which %  Mr A l>,ugla-s-Smith i< N > s With these WOOLLEN TROPICALS We have a lovely slock of these excellent materials for the most discerning gentlemen. p. > %  ,. I COll.ll NOT "t ilBl.V. WITHIN Till: BPACI AT lll'K DBsPOSAb arvi voi urn i QUATI MUA or TIN: TRULY WONDSBFVL 11 \NfiK OF • TOYS, DOLLS, GAMES, ETC. NOW OH DISPLAY IN OIK SHOWIIOOM CWSBV '.V/# BB FOH V0BMSBLFYOIH ixsi'i.'rio.x is rnnvru./.i r.vif##•;. Aninnif hundretk Iher uifls (or ( l.ililrcn you will Hull Ml ( HANK AI. TOYS Mill \KIH|\,\ uu i | PSD U. I-Illl. BNOIHi PEDAL MOKIK CAS TEDDY HKAIIS A Bl I TOYS DOLLS TEA BETS ( AHI'KNTKRS TOOL KTS IK HAI.I.s AMI BAI : IIONS TRU.MPirrS—Tin and :• Mi. PUSH TOYS—will, I I in t ( INO -•! T8—Sim II lo III ll ID BOLDIEB BETS ll Mi EOO SETS Mill Yfl.P.S AND IIK Ytl.KS IIINKV TOYS—All KindDOLLS' PEBAMBI I.ATOns KI llllllt TOYS AND IHII.I.S DOLLS' HOUSE KIKNITI KI: WOODEN POP OUNI %  TKIANii TODDLE HIKI s AND ; ,'\IN Sl:rS -I l„rkmk and ll.uln. We lilvn have i'l.ASTK TOYS ...I) NOVELTIES, XMAS T8EE I.I.( 01. moss. XMS CBACKEBn EMAS OBEETINO TAGS, MM v WliAPPISli P.M'iai FANCV Ti' n. COEDS AND WHM-risi. ] \p,:s. r\ GOOD NEWS FOR .y THE CHILDREN in...r KB i MIII i" ui atthaiBBaa ta inr TOl HI P | 1 Ml M Mk ^-^turiaj Hih. Uek jnd Had baa.) before Xms%  '.'in HIP lillle onr<-HMJ will INilrllchteil In n.iM-t their <>bl Iri-i .1 IIAIUCIHOV S THF. BEST PLACE FOR TOYS BROAD ST.


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SATUBDA1 in c i Mni.R *. i5i lURIlADOS ADVOCATE I'M.I -I VI S Chase Will Seek To Remedy City's Tenantry Roads 2Q400 VITI \m;i, KMIIIIITION the Ann.. I his WM %  i, Thursday night the crowd was over 1S.000. wa Yams, potatoes >l J--'/I/I Ni.unit II/). Surinam Rood Impassable Merchants Should Qaue KiiMim _Goods From I .k. (£ v. %  i-nnsl Church, inat althougu in<'* had increased anil .. Monei I ii.laimed Hams \rrit*> U{iml 'K '-O^ xibUMuur . v.-nn uur irai „,_.,j„vr, ~—I.— .mini Kinalltica] meeting of %  '"'' %  nl t hj the Ae.nulima] n --' I -..: %  • ., .. . ,. %  i' I i British Guiana, about :u rears. his last | %  wu at Govrrnmii, %  d at 70 Da I 1 i/has*. %  Hihaim ... tadgatown should as bi unto IIH n iiMtiulMlum thrn. %  iii create competition and ] .aged again AB. ..,„. get what brouffhl thcn*cj M ,n i ,i, 1 nir.g *eerched among pile-driver was br.Hignt wiercgfhMsonsjb s v £ £* ,*' I f ,h ^ s '>"The need for The booth, w^e I '" '" ***" 'V hift niart to l viU, 7 V Uf SU "" "" '"" %  KOUf.glng .he tSUI i?ol S.r SLiS.'" lP : Wflsl ~ ni '-"Thursday. ,, ,„,, w !lu „ J(l ni .,„ ,„ „ .. IkJ. ^'LT tt '". r> ""' %  " ""P *at economv, £oArner. hSI -1^, i "I" Mture ami Ur Kent % % %  IrlfU— Mi ChSM told of the Bj I RN BUI in.-uith he it would now be iituation, somewhat late, people having be'n falucation Talks Finish Today Problem for BOMS Time md schools for tecbaleal .ndred and second Exhibi*<*** r-.nirinB to thhinh i.i >,f i-ational training. -The kind of ttM M >feniber living. Mr. chase said ttlon that our boys and girls local importer was at the mercy receive today, determines what < xporter to a certain exmen and women they will be to•.'Hirforc he thought I bt said ling rue in the cot of livd %  remain .1 prol tagg t..r . He though! I that m order to ease th, 1 with regard to the food Government sluml.l again in*iM rikrwftd to aky-mkM their" rent* I ?^^?^ n T!l, Planlln a certaln ""> pleased If rent^ aM J L Meol ^1 mount Of their-land In vegetadtahiiis,-.) on the basis that exists Adviser ty the H was a today. 1 think they w,ll bg ve. IX-velo,,,,,.-,,' „ rul %  £2 A? m t: '' saul Nevcrthebeen %  rOrUn fl sieaddv throughout u, i !" J 5 th s "' nnrrt on UMg, I wnment the week and 1 1 *i fl i-t'.n,r'" tiZ %  "' m P l t hStrg some ret.i„k at midday to-day. a£S?Elil**?w* l \ V '"'"" VUUm f *" •'•' ,l '" %  >" -"'""The Uonfere,,,-,. vvui add UoZ* • rlo "" Thursday by Mr Ph,l ,. She, : iroyed a couple of days ago, Mr. around and inspect the houses •-%  r*T** *•" -ily a week that people rented, to n in Chapman's Urn.-. t ii,it m.-s.[% %  ; Itttng tho lU %  The E.lu,i N IWUllg inckw Us* %  1 i 1 tlli> •Tgffg t" I'UlllHH I'hr. . id been instruWork at the majority nf Su^ .• %  < %  '-• """' 'hin^s. in Uonal thlrUon steady pace It was 1. %  .ndpcjst* in theiMU ID KM terday. This wotk Lf In 1 mui> c r lon K *'"? '""* ,( crop seard pi.md.-d I hi*, they ggld, was jon^ Ihout pracgdaol u HKJ MM which hcli ran gpgetod to piBd cau> fj *" """ l HOUfSJ dm, 1 -.'i-.tr in .1 %  '"' %  v "'. >f Mr. t„ 1 :, being InF.MItiKA I ION AND L'halrmanship O.B.E.. Ml %  : iire being renonPt'P W ATFR H ARRCil IR ARE THE ANSWERS Ui s \ Wiilrolt told thielw ,.l J.,.-. I till. SI l-ucy l Iskfar. H..\. fbsssa agggssj the 1.tie Bachvioi \ • i nifiiliHrtrnTi :-! % %  .. i' kSSBjfjSS txlndge. Hudolph Val•nUno, n.itiMdoBnung InttlMheiMan. Barbados Evening ln.-ti* fc. Mill.. I %  Pr l v l o ntutl' The following High.Candidates h \ %  %  lion %  Hmce C.i rl Ninas Tapn Vrri\. tot Bai bados yeaterday by th. •rftfj l-laater. %  luiled KI". -heir. in.i>.ni.ii.( %  %  Unra to Mmi< '. ClMtl ft CO Ninety I terday 1 'or vessel t'aswdlan t ostatiUeiae a ed durint: thin I ... RRIICM i.l ls <'mit..tvm. r4*rkrk H lr.ni ili E Adaana. ClteaSkaphai K-..1J Nod Willum 1^... Irla n—" %  s, Ham-' Joa^.h. Ja— \ %  1 Iddal—'. I nloa llt*>ta. Maria Mil. I*alCllana. Vava S*tla. Anlhaav' %  in Hound UvlabaaUdf ., 1 IM in 1 .IM Jarfeaon Oranur TUII. Ilil Tnn. %  I ri ii." i.i' ...an Mr Hnbnt Aa.-ou*h. il..rll. Mia. Haa> an Mlaa Find Thatniiaan. Mn. Mary mmiMi 1 i !" .1 ctssfssatn Rvtl it'ul livffiiti-d Fire IMMMJIISI Hiiir near futui essentials •tc. would II. IM Warnings Par Ij^liermeii ailed fish, beef, be conmd. rabl] then) If tin(innof food ..: controlled, rents should also he controlled.' It Is an ini<>lv<-l hut I think if members After deh.de on DM m ibjects involved, it wa.. ... %  IBM the holding of such a scmin'.,! %  eould 1 %  ubla Other subjects dlKUMi f wo day been education In agrlcullure. coinn,' %  medical serviren and Mlf.ilPWMI 1 nment put their heads I _,,_„. cu %  %  %  — '* ' "'""l! wnc '' .fully int.. tiu ."tiers Of Administration onl Xsto ettnff wi seutativo for the ivirlsh of St CI . v.. (or the inmates who h.oke-1 on from the Almhouse f c . %  .d Kle. tn-n* A lane numbei m n u BJ ., ,.... M „^ ( „„ Ed U dents attended the show which ,. atlo v bOtgdng and eaiiflntson was very interesting ,• other Ihings said that age(>ro>i'iiii: should be alltshed and %  THE MILL BED PLATE I HE (Lu b4M It Master fabriMtnd tbs MIU bad plat* of 1 mill installed ..1 !... %  \ %  \ factory and MIT tl., I n ..In prg itli I onllnucd I mm fasr I won pMmttted to Like the BOOT t' iXi'l.Hn thru votes. The Rusalan and Polish made tin( umliar charge I'lMi'.ing aggrcsIngt Mm Soiiit and &•! %  %  %  1 %  mi. Snail) Balkan watchdog unit by 48 to 5 (the %  1 with one %  ) %  — v.r. A riltl ->f unknown Oriffln tuned .it The Ivy. St. on Thursday night, damgged the eastern end of a house II v %  IT ownad by Milheent \ auMtttty 0l .lothlni; was also tiund. I .. r,.... wgg .suinmi.ntd but the hi.'""•'r"' '"," *" fore the firemen reached the .,,.. Th.Mnuaaj Ii n ad 1 thuklv Illy matter, some relief can !* %  brought in ihe O %  east of the wether and fa TMJ HofL UM Ailing wanuiig of ,.n> imptnfllng danffgf. *" %  island. It is a math n* Judge Mr (; 1. l.ivlm so th.it thr lishermen .onl., pull I .it.unly gi%-c my attention granted tha petlUon of M.dvm., up then boat! In Uma tO avoid H lO if I be MOt t" ttM KOWM H E. Bonnett of Brtttoo'i Bill, .1 Another encounigement to the your represt • widow, foi letterg ..r hiisland wiiich %  %  %  Ol ^1' WlllM'l -„-,,* "'"' M'.SlSlONMrom page 5 9 Mipprnl Uwll ... ,-nl.i Uln w. it.i ..in].. ..1 ...iiiiims.iuD „„|, v i M |w, ,^ i|\U--llllt -*.'^-' Industry should be Ihe provision Mr. Chase said that it was tinODD tn tlM talatO <-l DOT husbund \, i.'i,... „.„, M, A<1 .ills ..t latrlanWiM >.. that the Hah inlenllon of his Party It they *>t Sim" "'""••" _, ,iM,'s !" tll senl.niiiid '"' %  Man eakht (Jr. K. C. Chapman. S..I1.V. f .,,.,'?,', •The natwrmen bay. K v ,.„ |ha atuntlon i aorna Measni Carnngtoii a Isealy apP"" ""• public lailhlul I tontlon to the provision P*!"* 1 2S ~S '!''"' Chase, .mm. ivhuh is always of a maternity ward and a pre and %  ' *'" I"*sraaghtwtthai uvl clinic. All thaa. pre>%SZ fiS5S J,'^ T si selves. In th. %  ., holchearted sun' P"'^^ ^Si^vtaT SSdU.,' •,"""'' -K,,.,...,, ybiw. done 1 am sure Ihe people Of the me .. trial ai your repre M -ntati\e m cna( .| Selen.i Wiulnev, St island incluriiiiR n,y-.lf. will -I.* the HauBt, 1 aai.i Mr. Chase. "I p,,.,., ,.,,. (( s Fv 1M n,,,,,,,.,, go 10 wanl mit.nu-.rtumty to represent St J(|(||| Alll P i i;i H<1M j,„ ,. ,-,,, Government House and put their U -."ii iteople In the ,„ r( | Sl Ggorgja; and Joshua In Paisley .1. -mi.A really smart \HIJI'rrss-nt for i'ii... MIII nr INI> friend MMM -MI ill medium -ind larsr I.ACH 1 Jt.1.!I*. i and %  utton no the t.md and II 1;. 1 Ml moat of tb I I be btaivs1. but the polkamaa *.ni on the The Red Crow said that aanlland for the daft ., %  Dot i-aWlvaa. Yet, owing to ,. r centra of Munmog m ihe fact thai the accused tlla mem.111 coast are beir of the PoUoa. they, U t .ming acute. I not be afraid tn discharge I T Mtr duty to the Ciown. V \\ I 1. I. A WIN II. I OTTON MM K" -.1/ to 11 < ins in ghad white. MMM, MtH hrowi, PER PAIR S'J.Oi IDOL MM K* nn NK 111-111 merrerl-rd llilr and art %\\k. f m. % BsrlBM .111.1 1. .1:1,1 dCMHIIS Sliea 10 1* II 1 PAIR.._. $1-24. $1.29 iffi* I I III. l.ONCi SLEEVE SPORT >HIKI- in i-elf rolours of rrrsm. blue and re>. Eseellent for -ii>>-.who in 1 i.l ni..-1 colours. EACH 9... III II I M.I.AM" rVJAMAS In striped drslsna WUI make for .nm for table leepIni In a* weather. 1—44 $7.:io IMS $1.31. Ml.Cave Shepherd & Co., Ltd. roMfSMr ~vi, ( "AS, URRAVS .. MILK 1 STOUT use. lAiCftjjnp HAIR TONIC hawaeai Are your teeth 4$ white as hers? Hive you smiled into your mirror h Lff*? Were your leeih bright. I they sparkle? Or could Ibea be whiter •dill ? Yes! wuh ihey COMUI Because P'1-sOdcnl contains Inutn. special 1 which duals away dull &1 m MOulj |7*n 1 hem a .: new sparkle! MANNING & CO., LTD AGENTS. II'IM'I I tha %  -. "I ...4aa.a.lrf moment of ihe gam %  %  %  %  I %  insole*. ihesr ne bu I Dunlnp 'on ln i'I good lable : %  aaaort, %  > Uppc: %  I %  *OHT$ SHOE; t AMIER FLASH: 1 d-io to. White Crps Sole. D-nlopillo Lain foam Iniole WHITE HUM: o.tora aiark '.'|. Ounloaillo Laan lojm msok %  art 1.11 waaiat f i %  art l-l DONLOP uat CO LID, IICOrwtAK DIVISION]. SPEKC. UvfUPOOL I