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~ orfer an agreements”







ESTABLISHED 1895



MOSSADEGH RUN

[Riots Break Out In



CLARA ALSOP
GALE

WE regret to ar





death of Clara Al
which occurred at
dence “‘Akingdon”,
last night.
Mrs. Gale who was 91
was the wife of the la

Valence Gale, founder of the
Barbados Advocate

Born in 1860, she was the
daughter of the late Williar
Thomas aria’ Mary
Chenery,

Mrs. Gale.led a very acti)

ive

Frances





life When the Advocate
was founded, he va
great help to,her husband
and assisted in the office un-
til the business was firn

established

She was until f
months ago, a Director of
Advocate Company Limi
and took a keen interest in
the running of the busines

She also for many
years President of the Com-
mittee of the Girls’ Industrial
Union and President of the

was

Committee of the Almair
Home.

She leaves two sons, the
Hon. V. C, Gale and Mr.

C. A. L. Gale to mourn their
loss,



Deadlock In
Truce Talks
Not Broker

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 11.

The Communists have rejected
a United Nations proposal for
the exchange of war prisoners
during the Korean armistice.
They also refused to disclose the
location of their prisoner camps
or permit international Red
Cross representatives to visit
them, unless the Allies agree to
free all of the 120,000 Red pris-
‘oners during the truce. .

The Reds at the same time
took back an offer, made only a
few hours earlier.

The stubborn Communist stand
in twin simultaneous Sub-com-
mittee meetings in adjacent tents
at-Panmunjom left the armistice
negotiations still deadlocked
with only 16 days remaining
before December 27th, the target

Sole Favourable Work

The day’s sole favourable
development was the sudden
Communist agreement to the
appointment of a few Sub-com-
mittee on war prisoners and the
holding of its first meeting.

But the new group ran into an
immediate stalemate. The North
Korean Major General Lee Sang
Cho opened the session with the
proposal that all war prisoners
of both sides be released after
an armistice had been signed. He
said, “all prisoners possessed by
both sides should be released.
Release all prisoners and let them
go home.”





In all, fewer than 100,000 U.N.
and South Korean troops, inclu-
ding about 11,000 Americans are
missing in action, and the Reds
have refused adamantly to say
how many of them had been
captured.

—U.P.



MILITARY TRAINING FOR EGYPTIAN GURLS

Tt =
in the use of rities in the demrt

~s if



tran Parliament
Deputies Taunt Aged

| Prime Minister

R

}
posit

TEHRAN, Dec. 11,

xts broke out inside and outside Parliament and Op-
on Deputies shouted down Premier Mohammed Mossa-

degh with bitter taunts of “get the hell out of here
\t least 35 persons were reported injured in, rioting be-

ween G

overnment and Opposition supporters as the open

ssion of the Majlis was scheduled to begin this morning.

in, earlier. closed

Milita: y

session

Guard

finally broke up fighting inside the

Um killed,
ck fatally.’
ion began,

|
{
lhe Ma jli
Majlis amid yuts of
nd “I've eel ick
Then the open ses
Mossadegh Shouted Down

Truck loads of helmeted armed |
troops were called on to guard the;














main gates of the Majlis, when the
open session finally began, in fear
of serious trouble, even after the
first fighting had been quelled,

When Mossadegh
ly shouted down by
Majlis building in fear of violence

“Don’t threaten us,”
Opposition leader, Jamal Emami
“Get the hell out of here.”

“Let me speak first,
you cam judge if I’m at fault,

fault, ['ll resign,”
“Get out, get out,” they shouted

I'll continue my struggle until the
end,”

speech,
The “Bully Boys”
Emami charged that Mossadegh

turbances

and lawlessness Iran-

ean you report to us? All you can

pillage.”
~ Emami charged that an Opposi-

Mossadegh “bully boys”

to ruin and chaos.
* ‘Phe “Opposition

Prasteh, repeated that no security
existed throughout Iran and that
Mossadegh’s Government was im-
plicated in the bloody rioting last
Thursday.



92 Buildings
Damaged

FIFTH ATRFORCE HEADQUART-
ERS, Korea, Dec. i1.

The Fifth Airforce tactical air-

craft mourted 690 sorties during

today. Pilois claimed as destroy-

ed or damaged by 6 p.m. 92 build-

ings, 41 vehicles, 13 rail cars, four

tions, four bunkers and three gun-
emplacements.
Rail lines were cut in 77 places

ualties inflicted —U-P.

£

oust the British from the Canal Zone.

Egyptian Cabinet
Discuss Severance
Of Relations

WITH U.K.
CAIRO, Dec. 11.

The Egyptian Cabinet
5.15 p.m. G.M.T, in special



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|
j
|

session



to consider the severance of re-
lations with Britain, The session
opened at the close of the annual
celebration of the prophet Mo-
hammed’s birthday at the luxuri-
ous mansion house office of the
Presider f the Council
Ministers.

Premier Nahas Pasha
man, Police enforce stri
security around the buildin
Several ministers arrived early



passing through scores of news-
mén waiting on the steps.
—U.P.



met at fevit be quadrupled in two-years



FOUR TIMES AS MANY
PLANES IN 2 YEARS

WASHINGTON, Dex
Admiral Dewitt C. Ramsey

11.
re-



|tireq President of the Aircraft
; Industries Association
- Tuesday that

jréach a monthly oufput of 1,800
|to 2,000 aircraft.







He told reporters that 1,000
planes may be delivered every
month one year from now
Monthly production is now be-
tween 450 and 500 planes De-

nee offic hope to get money
to incre the air force né¢

pera from 30,000 to 28,000

the Navy’s ftom 8,790 to
10.000

|. These figures inciude rs,

| bomber 3, patrol transports and

trainers —U.P.

went to the
Rostrum to speak, he was repeated-
Opposifion
Deputies who are camping in the

cried the

and then

,

Mossadegh cried back. “If ’'m at

Mossadegh cried from the
Rostrum without having made his

was responsible for alj local dis-

wide. He said, “You, who have no
respect for law and order, what

Say that you and your Govern-
ment have done is to murder and
tion Deputy had been attacked by

that morning and repeated that
Mossadegh had forced the country

‘Depity, ‘Mesdi

supply dumps, one rail bridge, 18|
field pieces, two anti-aircraft posi-|the release of the crew.



and approximately 650 troop cas-!versive activities against Hungary.

U.S. WILL BE PRODUCING ,

Gavernment was bitterly

More Scotch—But
Not For Scots

LONDON, Dec

|
|
}
i
1

ll

There will be 500,000 more | Political and propaganda moves.
gallons of Sedtch for the world’s They said that an unprecedented
thirsty next year except for resi- number of top ranking churchmen

dents of Scotland itself.

Imports of Scotch will be in-]of the recent Soviet All Union



Advovate
Relief Fund

}

’ The Pund fer fishermen ‘« pre
gressing well, Wont you 4d your

| queta and help push it aleng?
Come into the Advocate and band

| in your contribution TODAY,

| Amount pr

\wously







acknowledged 4,858.00
Major & Mrs, A. M
Wakefield-Saunters 530.00
Mr. & Mrs. V. Chandler 4 00
A. A. Browne 2.00
Mr. & Miss Piigri 10.00
Mr. & Mrs. M 25.00
E. W. Maicolm
R.N.Rtd 7. 5.00
Pay! S. Sheldon 28.0
: Pie in the Sk) vo
Central Foundry Ltd 100.00
The Misses € & E. Vv
Mutehinser 10,06
| E. A. B 10,06
Tote $5,113.00



| 7 throne
| RUSSIA USING Today’s anniversary was ob
| RELIGIOUS LEADERS {served at Portsmouth Nava! base
LONDON, Dec. 11. by the firing of a Royal Salute
| Informed sources said Moscow |@mid beflagged warships. The

makes increasing use of religious

leaders of all denominations fo

| including a Roman Cath lic Bisho
took an active part in the wor!

creased from 9,850,000 gallons to] Peace Conference in Moscow,

10.350,000 gallons.—U.P.

Spaak
Europe

The Belgian Socialist, Paul Henri Spaak, resigned as
President of the Council of Europe Assembly, with the

Res igns
Couneil

STRASBOURG, Dee. 11,

warning that the movement for European unity is dying.
His resignation came amid the serious dispute here over
the creation of a European Army and the method, supported

by the United States for bri
defence of Free Europe.
The Foreign Ministers

Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxem

meeting in secret to-day,
over the Army before the



U.S. Plane Flew
Over Hungary
By Accident

U.S. CLAIM

BUDAPEST, Dee. 11.
Hungary on Tuesday ignored
the United States request for the
immediate release of four Ameri-

can airmen and rejected the
United States claim that their
United States Air Force C 47

which was forced down by Rus-
sians flew over Hungary aeciden-
tally

A formal note
the Budapest
United States
afternoon,

was handed to
Legation of the
early on Tuesday
It was a formal reply
to the American note of Decem-
ber 6 which said the pilot made
a navigational error and asked for
Ameri-
ca’s note denied charges that the
plane was making the trip with the
intention of aiding Yugoslav sub-





sesgeet ee.

i RP

= Party, who are being trained

teide Uairo, with the idea of keeping the Egyptian Government to

—Express

Typhoon Wreaks

Havoc On Islands

MANILA, Dec. 11
is heading for the



A typhoon

predicted chine tos after ame ge the Cen-
le duct tra ilippines for 48 hours, leay-
PAS. EPO 1M fing at least 15 persons dead and

hundreds homeless. The typhoon
whipped the islands of the Visay-

jan Group with winds exceeding

(m.p.h

100 m.p.h., then it weakened as it
passed from the Philippines at 11
leaving seven dead

The Red Cross said 3,000 houses
were destroyed or damaged in
Cebu. A boy of three and a girl
of 15 Were listed dead in a eity
on Negros Island where Press re-






ports said that 1,000 homes were
jdestroyed. Up to 180 houses were
reported either blow down or
badly damaged in ree towns
south of Bacolod City

—UP,

‘

nging German soldiers into the

of France, Western Germany
bourg, were

trying to patch up their dispute
Plan collapses,

France, Germany and _ Italy
flatly rejected the proposals of the
Small Lowland Countries for a

Ld

‘ ees _ Baas
' HENRI SPAAK
ve.o in the direction of the pro-






posed kuyuropean Army. tne
emal bowers want cach of the
six nallons, whose forces may be
pooled to have a veto in the Coun-
ceil of Munisters, which would sveer
me European Army.

When they met here today at
0.17 a.m, the Foreign Ministers o1
lualy, Germany, and France \ola
their opposite numbers from{
Belgium, Luxemburg, and the‘
Netnerlands that the veto would
not work in the European Army.

“No”

A stern Big Three “No” de-
creased the hopes for an early
compromise between the two op-
posing blocs in this first full dress
Foreign Ministers Conference on
the project for a European Army
of 4% divisions.

Today's secret meeting may de-
cide the fate of the European
Army, how Germany will be re-
armed and even practical
Buropean unity in the foreseeable
future,




Vital Points

Two vital points are under dis-
pute;

1. How much power the
Supreme Authority, which would
guide the European army should
have. bs Low Countries want
it to be a Council of Ministers with
each Minister having the veto,

2. Whether there should be
a special European Parliameut
which could draw up a common
military budget and control the
whole European Defence System.

The European Army would be
part of the Atlantic Pact forces
under General Eisenhower, Al-
though the Big and Small Powers
are firmly disagreed on the Coun-

On page 7

E. Germany Make

PARIS, Dec. 11

The East German Red Govern-
ment made its United Nations
debut with an A to Z condemna-
tion of Western Powers policy on
Germany, especially the plan for
a U.N. “on the spot” inquiry to
see if free elections are possible



German Reds insisted on the
immediate adoption of their Plan
for a strictly German-conducted



inquiry under the control of the
}Four Occupation Powers, as the
prelude to “free” elections to uni-

ty the divided country.




»














Amr Pasha called on the Foreign.
Secretary, Anthony Eden early

WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951

TT



King Observes

Anniversary |
Of Accession

LONDON, Dec. 11

Fifteen years ago Tuesday the
King succeeded to the Throne
through the abdication of his
elder brother King Edward VI
The King spent the anniversary
yuielly at Buckingham Palace still
valeseing from his operation
» months ago for the removal
uli Or part of a lung.

His brother Edward, now Duke
of Windsor arrived in New. York



yesterday for his annual winter
visit to the United States. Wih
him wes hig American born

ichess for whom he gave up his


















King will be 56 Friday when there
will be a family party at the
Palace.

Congratulatory messages arrived
from all over the world today and
members of the Diplomatic Corps
called at the Palace.

Palace observers believed that
the dissolution last night of the
temporary Council Of State was
further evidence of the monarch’s
recovery from his lung operation |

WATCHERS seo faking to

CP. and U.P.

Make Formal
Proposal

LONDON, Dec, 11
WASHINGTON, Dee, 11. A British spokesman said Tues-
Austalan &xternai Affauirs|day, if Egypt really wants a
Numster Kichard C. C as e y|plebiscite to determine Sudan's
conterred’ with Lruman ‘luesdaay|]future she should make a formal
and afverward told reporters he]|propasal ang then withdraw the
hoped Australia would ratily in|constitution she set up for the dis-
#coruary the Pacific Security pact}puted country. That does not
recently signed with the United|mean even then Britain would be
states, in favour of an immediate
Casey said he discussed the pact{plebiscite before Sudan achieved
briefly with the President and|self-Government, put those steps
discussed it in more detail with|}would indicate whether Egypt
the State Department officials here,}was Serious about wanting a
Casey sald he discussed with pignincite, ati angeeanan =. ;
1 g e ore ic confirmec
muen. beled, “_ oy |S that the United States asked the
Korea, Jndonesia,| British Government for its views
igypt and other}on the suggestion of a plebiscite
paints, ge ans are e mies etn
they meni ed in a ptian oreign nister
Eee tas aod}Salah El Din Pasha.
Gocnmoewesith Tech-| The spokesman said Britain re
stance Programme for|plied and that their position is












































LYTTELTON
WILL SUCCEED
CHURCHILL

today at the Ambassador's re- LONDON, Dec 1},
quest. The Foreign Office de- The liberal London Evening
clined to gfve any information on Star said on Tuesday that the

t
(

Calls On Eden

11,
Ambessador

LONDON, Dec,
Egyptian















The t

f
{

the subject matter of the talk.jPrime Minister Winston Chur-
The call came as the Egyptian chill named the Secretary of
Cabinet took under consideration State for the Colonies, Oliver

Lyttelton to succeed him as Min-
ister of Defence.

When Churchill formed the
new Government after the recent
elections: he took on the extra
job of Defence Chief but made it
clear that he would relinquish
the post once he considered “the |
House in order”,

Authoritative sources said that
Churchill probably would give up
the job of Defence Minister when ,
he returns from his visit to Wash
ington next month.

The Star said that Churchill
had decided that his successor at |

. the Defence Ministry should di-|
ed at a secret Conference Monday | recy Britain's Production, Supply, |

a ~ — ones mu oe Labour, and Defence Systems |
ready to resume n all its tha reo ba of any
intensity if the tatks pellapee. wes, See ae oe sl
BOSTON AGAIN |
STRIKE BOUND

BOSTON, Dee, i!
The port of Boston was tied up
in a second general strike in 4
month as 1,900 AFL longshoremen
quit work because two of their
men were dragged from their

the possibility of breaking off
diplomatic relations with Britain.
—UP.



Chances Of Early
Korean Truce Good

WASHINGTON, Dee, 11.
Truman and his top advisers
have decided that the chances of
an early truce in Korea are rea-
sonably good it was disclosed
Tuesday. But they also determin-



peacetime

The President is understood to
have emphasized that although
there are reasons for guarded op-
timism, the United Nations Com-
mand must be ready for any even-
tuality,

—UP.

U.K. Will Continue
To Fight





homes, and beaten after they re-|

Malayan Reds fused to unload the = Isthmian}
liner Steel Flyer. '

SINGAPORE, Dec. 11. A longshoremen = official said)

Secretary of State for the|the men will not work until the}
Colonies, Oliver Lyttelton, said] Steel Plyer “is taken out of port i
that Britain would not halt fight-| The strike affected ten other!
ing in Malaya until the Commu-| vessels besides the Steel Flyer. ;
nists there were beaten and|Longshoremen refused to cro +
strongly indicated that the ap-|the C.LO, picket line to unload
pointment of a Supreme Com-| Steel Flyer despite the protests o!
mander over the Military amd|crew members who are membe!
Civil Forces was being considered./of the Seafarers’ Union of AFL. |

—U.P. —UP. |

NN. Debut

Almost immediately, the first of}
the two East German speaker
Deputy Premier, Dr, Lotsar Bolz,

The belated appearance of the
[Bast Germans came three days
after the West Germans accepted

with open arms the Western) told the U.N, that the “New Ger
Powers formula for U.N. inspec-} many” he represented was’ de-~
| tion. termined to abandon the aggres-
} sive war course followed by the
| Israel opened the day’s debate! “cr imina] Hitler regime.”

im the Special Political Commit-

| tee with a brief “point of order’ He said that th
| decrying the failure of the West| proposal for a U.N
Germang in their appearance last;the conditions of

We
inquiry

t German
into

t
|
|
|
j
}
tantamount |

democracy in
Saturday “to express any con-| Germany would be
demnation of the Nazi regime’—jintervention in this domesfl
murderers of aF estimated | peaceful problem in Germany

| 5,000,000 Jews. —UP









would







The

The



INTO TROUBLE

National Reservation near Sydney. 2

ing the past fow weeks bush fires have ragod in New South Wales, aud Queensland, Australia. Many fam-
ilies in the outskirts of Sydney have beon rendered homeless, and the fires have laid waste a large sec-
tion of Kuringai Chase, beautiful natural reservation, famous for its flowers,

Egypt Should |

—Express





Big 4 Agree To
Resume Talks

PARIS, Dec, 11,
Big Four announced that they agreed to resume

talks on outlawing the atomic bomb and on general dis-
armament in the new United Nations Commission, Britain
immediately warned against letting hopes for disarmament
be raised “falsely.”

United States, Britain, France and Russia disclosed

agreement in a communique summarizing the failure other-

wise of

their ten-day effort to reconcile conflicting East-

West views on disarmament,

Both held

cussion on their own terms, De-| distrust
bate on the Big Fowr report in|problem of disarmament,

the 60-nat

mittee opened today by British} tions

delegate Set

bate is expected to bring a Rus-

out strongly for dis-] Lloyd said the nrutual East-West
was the crux of the
“We
Com-|say we have no ve inten-
inst the Soviet Union.
The de+} Vyshin: says he does not be-
lieve it, He says the Soviet

ion Political

wyn Lloyd,

vlan vote against the West's dis~ | Uni

armament plan,

Speaking

Hone Rantallthee ster or atts wok

We unfortunately, are unable at

the the present:time to aceept each

for Big Three

Western Powers, Lloyd said that assertion,”-~(U.P.)

nillior
lig

irmament
indeec

ication,”

of."

although there was agreement in

Streiigihening Southeast Asia. well known. Britain regarded principle on machinery for dis-] - i ira
Casey said. hé planned to leave/Salah Din's suggestion as im- cussing disarmament, the Big
here Wednesday night on hig way} practical if only for the reason! foi. “totally disgreed on major GOVERNMENT
home stopping at Honolulu. that it es eine wes bl issues to be discumsed especial- ry :
—ULP. troops and administration before | the control of the atomic
‘ Sudan becomes ei evening. Panty mate NOTICE
7 Distrust :
Egyptian Envoy He Tpoke of the nes of the} All Electors arriving at

ordinary people” tor] a Polling Station should

and warned It

1 have been a cruel take their place at the

thing to have had to dash their rear end of the line of

iopes by announcing utter fail
ire However it would be just other Electors who are
a cruel to raise their hopes waiting their turn to
alsely or without proper justi-

enter the Polling Station.





JM
im

Pai d6G spur ¢

Wittes's

GOLD FLAKE




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PAGE TWO



TR RONALD and Lady Garvey
who had been in Besbados
since December 7th left yester
for Trinidad by B.W.LA. on their
way back to British Honduras
where Sir Ronald is Governor.
They were guests of Sir George
Seel, Head of C.D. an@ W. and
Lady Seéel of “Bemiersyde”, Christ

Phurch.

Runway Experts

R. JAMES CONNOLLY, Supt.

ef Construction of the De-
partment of Transport, Canadian
Government jis expected to ar-
rive in Barbados this morning by
T.C.A. He was im Barbados in
Oetober 1949
when a survey
of the new run-
ay 2 made

ilson, “Mr.
‘harlie John-
2 and him-







Accompanying
will be Mr.
ohnstone who
as last in Bar-
os in Septem-
this. year.

. Jobmstone is
James Connolly as Shadacem.
He made the preliminary survey

and in: ion of the present run-
way a well before it was
constructed. f

On his last two visits which
were in July and September 1951
he had discussions with Govern-
ment regarding the present con-
dition of the runway. On the last
occasion he took away samples of
the runway for tests in Canada.

It is fot, yet known how long
they plan to be in Barbados.

General Knowledge

FEISS morning shortly after 9.30

a programme will be record-
ed in the studio of Rediffusior.
Well known to
Rediffusion _ lis-
teners it Is called
“Radio College
of General
Knowledge”. It
is a competition
of general know-
ledge among the
schools. Today’s!
programme
which will be re-
broadcast














‘ the “A” teams:
Lodge School A Charlie Johnstone
vs. Queen’s College A,

A Challenge Cup has been
awarded to the winning team by
the Caribbean Confectionery Co.
Major C. Glindon Reed, Director
of Education, will make the pres-
entation after the broadcast.

Next Wednesday the final com-
petition of the “B” team will be
recorded. This will be between
Lodge School B and St. Winifred’s



BY THE WAY eee By Beachcomber

JT T seems an odd thing to send

a ship, as it is planned to do
to the Antarctic, to discover where
whales go in the winter, Any
whale who can get away goes to
the Barne Inlet just north of the
80th parallel,

' I saw them there when I went
on a Basque boat from St. Jean-
de+Luz some years ago. They lie
up ye the ice, which ne
parent in that latitude, an ci



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Carnub Calling _

Cocktail Part

ON. D.. B. SANGSTER, Min-
ister for Social Welfare and
Deputy Leader of the Jamaiea
Labour Party is giving a Cocktail
Party at the Marine Hotel this
evening on behalf of the Jamaics
delegation to the Regional!
Economic Committee Meeting.

Antigua Visit
R. GHOFFREY CROWTHER,
Editgr of the Economist who
arriyed in Antigua on Wednesday,
Decémber 5th on a short visit left
on December 9th, He was a guest
at Government House. On Friday
December 7th an At Home in his
honour was held at Government
House. Members of the press
were among the guests invited.

celebrations of the St,
John’s Cricket Club in Antigua
last week tributes were paid to
some of the club’s outstanding
players during its early days. B.
Willock, C. Pigott, K. Swift, L.
Jeffrey, E. Michael, A. Peters, BE.
A. McFeeters,



COMDR. AND MRS.
ed from England on Monday by the “Golfito” on their sixth visit to

N. HOLBROOK and Miss Trudy Sahli who arriv-
Barbados,

First Of A Series

R. P. M, SHERLOCK, Vice-

Sixth Visit Donald Christian, a six-foote'
a \OMMANDER N. HOLBROOK, She 08 at an early age is —
V.cC., RN., (Retired) and 45 e best medium-fast bowler
College of the West indies tel Mrs. Holbrook ‘were among the Antigua has ever produced.
Barbados on Sunday for Trinidad ®ttivals by the Golfite from Eng- Cricketers who today have made a
by B.W.LA. where he will at- land on Monday. Accompanying good name for themselves in the
tend the Centenary Celebrations them was Miss ‘rudy Sahli. Club are A. Manix, Leo Gore, H.
of the Port-of-Spain Public Li- Regular visitors to Barbados they Thomas and W. Thomas.
brary. Before leavimg Mr. Sher- Were last here in March, 1950. :
Pray coanded the fret of a series This is their sixth visit to Bim- Left Off The Register
of broadcasts which will be given shire. ANY fasionable names have
been left out of this year’s

under the auspices of the Extra- ; £

Mural Deparunent, and which COmmander Holbrook was New York Social Register, which
will be rebroadcast over Rediffu- “warded his Victoria Cross during js just out. The Register is the
sion. Mr. Sherlock’s broadcast the First World War. He was a equivalent of the British Who's
can be heard over this service on Submarine Commander. _ Who.

Friday 14th December at 8,45 _ They are guests at the Marine

p.m. Other broadcasts for De- Hotel.
cember are: 2ist December, A Bublic Relations T.C.A. Among them is millionaire New
Yorker Mortimer Hall, who mar-

Christmas Anthology—Mr. A. F.
age a vs 9! AE eo Rg ME; ROP. MacINNES, ‘T.c.A's ried Ruth Roman, the actress.
Director of

ber, Resume of the year’s work.

Some society people who have
a have married Hol-
lywood stars during the year.

Public Rela- _ Mortimer’s father, Mr. Dick

Jains Model ‘ a t see has epee left off be
ami tions is due to Register. nother removed s
can e h Mrs. Grant Harkness, who mar-







b , ried actor Robert Montgomery.

Mr.
was Off To U.S.
on ISS PEARLE ELAINE
4 ae senate om,
i an rs. vious ight 1
ne eying one Church Village, St, Philip left Bar-
A. bados early last week for Brook-
lyn where she will reside. with
relatives, She was formerly a
nurse at St. Philip’s Almshouse,

SCULPTURE of a Jamaican

girl, by Miss Margaret Hil-
ton, 28-year-old student of Cam-
herwell School of Art, is. attract-
ing attention at the London
County Council's Education Ex-
hibition opened last week, The
only life-size sculpture exhibited,
it is remarkable for its grace.
Miss Hilton wishes to keep the
model's name a secret. This is
her second seulpture of a Jamai-






iT.C.A., who has

can girl; the first, a smaller been here on a Returned

model, ‘is alfeady in a pecraament Rod Macinnés — visit, R. C, E, HITCHINS, Editor of
exhibition at County Hall. Miss the Trinidad Guard ho
Hilton finds West Indians make Back Honte had cite here on a mae visit,
better models than English girls. RS. A. G. HAZELL of St. returned to Trinidad on Friday by

Why is this? “They are more lithe
and graceful” she explained.
“And they pose more naturally.”

Vincent left Barbados on Mon- B.W.1.A. He was a guest at the
day night by the Lady Nelson for Marine Hotel,

_ frome after spending a_ short
What will happen to this much Talking Point

holiday here with her daughter
f hi- ;
tition?” on ie Bet for sale”, oun Mrs, Masterton-Smith, wife of the As we must account for every

rr + local Harbour and Shipping idle word, so we must for every
pa wih fe Hilton. “I couldn't Master. idle wlente. fashoc,
: «Franklin,

Incidental Intelligence
F you can’t tell which side
your bread is buttered on—
don’t eat there again.—Saturday
Evening Post.—.L,

B.B.C. Radio Programme

appear to be sleeping, But if you aback, and wondering why
knock on the ice, they open they were there.
lethargic eyes and turn over Yauserie
sulkily. It is a strange sight to see Cau ere
thousands of these huge creatures “TYHERE is a story of a whaling WEENESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951,
lying about under the ice-floes, expedition told to King Al- same Mrusion Sritannten, Tee Pens
They are, of course, impervious fred by a Norseman, Apart from News; 12.10 News Analys
to cold—which is lucky for them. tihat, the earliest en hegre 400-745 pam... eM 48.49M
. fishing was off Newfoundland, and ————~———————————
The Narkover incident the whale-killers were mostly peon ait News tia Lange Fost.
4 Basques. But to-day they concen- ball, 4.25 p.m, BBC Midland Light
eo Peer aaa trate oh the more succulent if Orchestra, 5 p.m. Composer of the Week,

5.15 p.m. Royal Philharmonic Orches-
that what I was after was hidden Smaller sardine. He who has not ira, ¢ p.m. Bouvenira of Music, 6.45
in the study that turned out to be

heard. the women of rane P m. oespee Parade 6.55 p.m.

, houting their wares in the early ¢ay’s Spo p.m, The News, p.m.
my son’s, Had I known that all © News Analysis, 7.15 p.m. Calling the
I was to get was forged stuff I Morning knows little of MUSIC. West Indies, 7.45 pun Twenty Seen,
naturally wouldn’t have bothered The sardine, of course, was oe TAB=1000 9 >. aa 48.48M
to break ins But I don’t think inally found in Sardinia, off Cape 7.45 bth, Sealy Qlertiohe, 6th amt.

: j Frasea, and also in the Gulf of pogis Newsreel, 8.30 ‘on So
aa hey xp bs . ae Cagliari. The people who say that aoeatiag. ety p.m. "Boe Senate Si
Pren’t even genuine. Had I not got the sardine is only a pilchard will Week, pin, ‘The Battle of Crete, 19
to work my boy might have traded tell you that he was first found at Bm. The News, 10.10 p.m. From. the

itorials, 10.19 p.m. Mid Week Talk,
what he thought was genuine stuff, Pilchardo in the Tyrrhenian Sea. | 10.30 30 Det Chal “ea
and got himself into trouble.

You may tell them, with my com- —
There’s something queer about the

pliments, that they are talking
whole set-up, if you ask me.” nonsense. Vigour’ Restored,
Ag such,” Again
ET again! “The situation, as Glands Made Young
such, is improving.” If 1| 24 Hl
1 one? to aufter from

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use



Diary of the future

JUNE 1, 1952: In Paris today, at
the 409th meeting of the Depu- offer to give a man a whack on
ties, Mr. Gromyko was asked, the jaw, as such, will he be con-
“Have you ever really wanted tented to accept ‘it as a whack on ;
a meeting of the Foreign Min- the jaw, or will he claim that it|/ it
isters?” The answet was a brief is a whack, as such, on the jaw,
“No.” “Oh,” replied the other as such. Twice two is four, as
Deputies, somewhat taken such,

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Ss CUCU

WEDNESDAY, ‘DECEMBER 12, 1951





Hollywood
Round-up

HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 10.

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REMEMBER:— :
THE SALVATION ARMY
CHRISTMAS

CHEER .
ation now to P.O

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Send

Glenn Ford joins Rita Hay-|
worth for the fourth time = 4 eaanree
Columbia today to start | pwidmwawie
hearsing for a ’ role in a still] |
untitled remantic drama. The
studio’ prevented any

FINGER-TIP FLY CONTROL

details of

Â¥ story from leaking out so far
ord and Hayworth were teamed

Lady Jn}

reviously in “The |
and “Fae |

zestion,” “Gilda”
yves Of Carmen.”
Tony Curtis has
with Piper Laurie in the Univer-|
gal romantic comedy “My ‘Tree)
Love” instead of with his wife}
Janet Leigh, as was originally |
expected. This is the third time}
Curtis and Laurie costarred, but

and pro-

4
:

the first time in a modern story menace
The plot arises from a young cater So your Magee Sees
couple’s elopement to Leas Vegas ROSOL i” BLYSPRAY. Just press
aver the objection of the girl’s bition and the ——- a Z
parents and the complications | in the rogm, GQOPERS L FLY-
ensuing when the boy leaves with | SPRAY 7
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respectively, where they are
ore troops over the
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and Koreal



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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

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Gardening Hints
For, Amateurs

Bachelor’s Buttons do not rank
very high in the garden social
scale, Yet they are hardly quick
growing plants, and are useful
additions to the garden for the
Herbaceous border, or the odd
corner.

They make attractive cut flowers
too, especially when arranged
with other flowers in a large
bowl,

They are white Bachelor’s But-
tons, purple mauve and a rather
uncommon orange colour. Bache-
lor’s Buttons will grow and
flower at any time of the year,
so there is no bother of wonder-
ing which month they should be
planted, any month will do, Five
weeks from seed planting they
start to flower and will continue
flowering for some months, until
the plants begin to look shabby,
then they must be pulled up and
thrown away,

Seeds can be planted straight
into the bed, so there is no need
for seed-boxes, and like most
annuals they like a sunny spot in
which to grow.

Once Bachelor’s Buttons have
been grown in a garden, seed-
lings are sure to spring up all
over the place, and these are use-
ful for re-planting.

In planting up the garden re-
member the Salvias—red, blue and
white for they are a very decora-
tive addition to any garden. The
blue one especially provides one
of ouy few blue flowers,

The snag about Salvia is that
although it grows very easily
from seed or cutting, it is trouble-
some to keep in order, and so it
is not recommended for anyone
Who cannot give their garden
some attention, For unless it is
to become an untidy eyesore the
withered flower spikes must be
cut off almost daily, and this is
quite a job, Yet to keep the plants
healthy and presentable this must
be done,

After the plants have flowered
for some time they begin to look
thin and straggly. When this
stage is reached they must be
cut to the ground, Fork up around
the plants and manure and water
well, and they will quickly spring
again,





RANDY Tre Fite

eRe

Salvia can be planted from
seed or cutting any time of the
year, They grow well in a sunny
spot, or part sun and shade.

Phiex are lovely little annuals
and should be more commonly
grown than they are, They are
not difficult to grow, and require
just the same treatment as most
annuals. Phlox grown from im-
ported seed do not grow very tall
in Barbados only about eight
inches high, and so they are more
suited as border plants, or for
window-boxes, The colours are
varied and are very gay. These
plants will succeed in the dry
months of the year, from Decem-
ber to May. '

From seed planting to time of
flowering is ten weeks.

—

Kremlin May Return
Oder Neisse Lands

(By ARTHUR J. OLSEN)
WASHINGTON, Dec. 10,
United States experts on Soviet
policy said they expect the Krem-
lin will eventually offer the return
of the Oder Neisse territories to
Germany as a bribe for West Ger-
man “neutrality.”
They doubt however that the
moment has yet arrived.
German provinces east of the
rivers Oder and Neigse were hand-
ed over to Polish administration
at the 1945 Potsdam conference.
Poland regarding the decision
as a permanent cession, has ex-



) pelled virtually every German

from the area.

Western powers have empha-
sized repeatedly that the Potsdany
dedision represents only temporary
arrangements.

The attention of the United
States officials was called anew to
the question by published com-
ments of Ivan Kravanov, leading
Yugoslav specialist om Cominform
activities. In an article published
last week in the official Yugoslav
organ Berba Kravanov said “Stalin
now intends to return to Germany
(Oder, Neisse territories) to estab-
lish satellite state in Germany.

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MAILS for St. Vineent by the Sch.
GARDENIA W., will be close@ at the
General Post Office as under:—

Parcel Mail at 12 noon, Registered
Mail at 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.36
p.m, on the 13th ember 1951

MAILS for Grenada and Trinidad by
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Mail at 2 p.m. Ordinary Mail at 2.30
p.m, on the 13th December 1951



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Nuffield And
Lord—Friendly

By BASIu

CARDEW

PEOPLE will say when they hear of the great Morris-

Austin merger: “Those two
and Leonard Lord. Surely
other for years? .

men together again— Nuffield
they have been fighting each

. . With Nuffield as chairman and Lord

as managing director—who will be top dog now?”
Well, just as inuch as the merger is not yet a certainty (it
has to be ©.K’d by 90 per cent. of the shareholders), so is

the comin;' relationship of
empires worth £ 66,000,000

the two men who control car
uncertain.

Both are difficult men, truculent, obstinate, brilliant in

engineering, but impetuous
But both men have one quality

which should make it smooth andthe business
coming unnamed two men—a fight that went on for

easy for the
merged motoring empire.
quality is loyalty.

See how it has worked out.

That

and ruthless,
That was in 1988, when Lord had

in action,

fight between the
13 years, a fight that was keen
but never bitter.

There was the brilliant William been snapped up as works direc-
Morris who started a cycle busi- tor of Austin’s, Longbridge.

ness and built his first Morris car
in 1913.

There was Leonard Lord who
started at 4s. 6d. a week on a
12-hour day in a factory.

By 1931 Morris found himself
running one of the biggest car
factories in the country. And
sandy-haired, slim Leonard Lord
was working for the Hotchkiss
company Which Morris bought up.

By 1933 he was the future Lord
Nuffield’s managing director. He
redesigned the Morris cars,

But Morris was still the boss,
very much the boss, and three
years later Leonard Lord, then
only 39, threw in his hand.

People talked of a disagreement
in the boardroom. Lord Nuffield
said nothing. Loyalty again. And
all that Lord would say was:—

“T am _ pig-headed, and Lord
Nuffield had his opinions. There
was no row between us. A few
minutes after we had decided to
break our business relations we
had a gin and French together.”

The Fight
Less than 12 months later Lord
Nuffield was looking around for a
man to handle his £2,000,000 Trust
for the Special Areas.
Whom did he choose? Leonard
Lord, of course,
Just one year later there started

*

He found Austin’s building the

same types of car that had been
an “investment”
years,
range of Austin
them a Transatlantic look and the
alligator bonnet.

for years and
redesigned the whole
models, giving

He

The war brought a_ business
truce between them,

But once hostilities were over,
the Lord-Nuffield battle began
again, Lord started with a 16-h.p.
saloon, then brought out the new
A4v, a 10%-h.p. car that swept
America

Nuffieid replied with the new
1\%-litre and 2%-litre Rileys, Lord
came out with two bigger models,
the Sheerline and Princess saloons.

Nuffield brought out the new M.G.}

T.D. models, and the,new Wolse-
leys.

Lord brought out the “Atlantic”
Club convertible, which is a drop-
head two-seater, Nuffield, before
this, had introduced the new Mor-
ris Minor—a wizard eight-h.p.
ear. And Lord, never to be out-
done, introduced the A40 sports.
Then, at the last Motor Show, he
announced that Austins would
bring back ficir Seven saloon,

Point counterpoint all the time.

The Truce

Lord went to North America as

soon as the war was over, studied

eS

*

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In a book published this morning he
sorts out for his nitilions of readers

G": has peén pegged down at iast.
beings who

the bewildering collection of
make up his carwoou family.

With the exception of Vera, and all
those in the family named George, names
have so far been avoided. But because of



eonstant public tuguiries about which is
which, the following censns has been
prepared :—
* GRANDMA: Apart trom mentioning tat
2 Yr



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around ‘he iess about Her the better

® FATHER: I son of Grandma, ts strictly
« peace-loving character. With a family such as
hig b 1 for oceastona) tapses imo

less-Mafried colleagues

grancy with his
a vague idea that fhe is

thers. he as
he household

mild v
Like ¢
head

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household. What Mo’her sav3 goes for everyone
Sometimes









except tnat she does Work some
times, Otle Gay we shall have
produce Anr’s husband, if only
to put those twins of hers on a
respectable basis.

* CAROL: In all targe
families there ts always one who
causes less trouble than the rest,
so far that’s Carol

* BRIWGET: She ts the
younges! daughter and has more
cunning than the whole lot put
together Nol has ever been
able to pin anything on Bridget
A dangerous ally when
working «ith Ernie

*VEKA: The _ intellectual
wife 6: George. Somebody or
somethine took the poetry out of

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Vera’s |\'c, She considers she is
disenc: ed. She is. Aspirins
are as nportant to Vera as
brandy .. fo Grandma.

* GEORGE JUNIOR: Only

son of (-arge and Vers, Osuaity

takes th» can back for the twins

* YH* TWINS (LAURENCE
AND R1\LPH): Named after
their m.rner’s (Ant) favourite
actors. So far neither Sir
Lauren’ aor Sir Ralph has

taken leral action,

* RO \r: The family spaniel.
Like Very he considers he is
disench.. ated.

*ANATALIEC THE CAT:
Named after Nat Gubbins
because she takes after Nat's

cat
* RANDY TR FISH: The
pest that can be said of Randy
is that he ts non-productive.
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Three years ago, they made a
temporary truce, The two vast
car-making empires were to pocl
factory resources to keep down
prices.

The arrangement never really
worked. Blame for its failure fell
on the complicated financial struc-
ture.

For three long years they met
after the flop of that pooling
scheme. Not only as fast collabor-
ators and friends but as business
men. Together they faced the
problem of foreign competition.

They decided there was one way
only—to get together, to amalga-
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of great car-producing factories.

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Wednesday,





December 12, 1951



ELECTION EVE
TO-DAY is the eve of Barbados’ first
elections to be held under adult suffrage

Individual politicians and the two main~

political parties have told the people in
speeches, pamphlets and Press their rea-
sons for seeking our votes.

What do the people think ‘of the politi-
cians and the political parties? To-mor-
row’s votes will provide the answer to that
question.

The Government spared no pains to
ensure that all entitled to vote should have
the opportunity to register and despite the
refusal of 7,042 to make use of their ration
of 14,084 votes, the impressive total of
95,939 did register. This means that 191,-
878 votes can be cast to-morrow as com-
pared with 33,292 votes cast in 1948, when
there was no contest in St. Lucy. Well
informed political forecasters are expect-
ing that between 60 and 70 per cent of those
registered will vote, but it is impossible to
predict accurately the result of an election
where 95,939 .are registered as compared
with 29,120 registered in 1948.

The only reasonable guide to the politi-
cal forecasters would appear to be the
candidates themselves. Of these the Elect-
ors Association are providing 19, the Bar-
bados Labour Party 17, the Congress Party
2 and eight are classified as independents.

If numbers were all, conclusions might
be made from certain inferences that can
be drawn from this array of candidates,

But numbers are not by themselves
reliable signposts,

The important thing to remember is
personalities. Barbadians, despite the all
out efforts of the Barbados Labour Party
to make them party conscious, still vote
for a candidate because they like him.

There is good reason to believe for in-
stance that Mr. Mottley or Mr, Lewis
would be elected to the House of Assem-
bly independently of the support of either
of the two main parties. Mr. Crawford’s
seat in St. Philip would appear tobe
assured despite the. diminution of his
party. Mr. Allder’s seat in St. John seems
just’as safe to-day when he is independent
as it was when he was elected in 1948 as a
member of the Barbados Labour Party.

But the existence of two-member con-

stituencies gives still wider scope to the

voter to show his contempt for the party
system, If peoples’: statements can be
believed, and there is no reason why they
should be doubted, then many people are
going to vote for two candidates who are
representative of opposing political parties.

Another factor which will have a de-
cisive influence on to-morrow’s. voting is
the apathy and indifference of large num-
_bers of people who are registered, but who
have as yet no intention of going to the
polls.

Some registered voters openly state that
they are not satisfied with any of the
candidates offering themselves for elec-
tion and are therefore reluctant to vote for
any of them, These voters are drawn
mainly from the highly educated classes
and their failure to vote might have con-
siderable influence on the elections parti-
cularly in St. Michael where many have
already refused to register.

But lack of enthusiasm for the candidates
coming forward is by no means restricted
to the highly educated. There are large
numbers of others who distrust politicians’
promises and avoid polling booths for this
reason,

Domestic servants, farm labourers, dress-
makers and housewives who comprise the
majority of women voters in Barbados are
noted for their independence and resist-
ance to politicians’ wiles. They have regis-
tered but it remains to be seen how many
will take the eu to go. to.the polls
to-morrow.

The signs of indifference and apathy are
not of course healthy signs. They are
greatly to be deplored. A people does not
always get the government it deserves.
The tides ence of Communism, fascism, and
national socialism are too obvious remind-
ers of the falsity of this dictum. But a
people deserves to have the government
it gets, if that government has come into
power by reason of. their apathy. and
indifference.

Reasonable and educated. people are
still discussing whether party government
is a blessing or a curse to this island.
Arguments for and against exist. But the
vital arg for voters to grasp is that they
and they alone are responsible for putting
en into. the House of Assem-

y:

If they cannot find politicians to repre-
sent them as ideally as they would like to
be represented they should at least make
up their minds which of the two political
parties they would like to see in power.
If they decide in favour of keeping the
balance even, then they must vote. But if
the most educated classes and the women

who are in the majority abstain from vot-
ing they will prave that adult suffrage was
in advance of its day perhaps, but they will
have to put up with the government they
get. The election is being run on party
lines. All registered must vote to-morrow.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



|By DAWD ‘TEMPLE ROBEKIS
LONDON
Winston Churchill's Government
has had to scatter its forces im-
Anthony Eden is in
I met his second-in-com-

mana, Mr. Selwyn Lioyd, in Paris

| last week, at the United Nations.

Ang the Commonwealth Under-

| Secretary John Foster, was passing

| that way,

also, bound for Stras-
bourg, where the Home Secretary,
Sir David Maxwell Fyffe, has been
telling the gathered European
legislators the latest Churchillian
view on United Europe. (In-
cidentally, it is rarely a Home
Secretary leaves home). Oliver

| Lyttelton for Malaya; Alan Len-

nox-Boyd for Tanganyika soon —
the new government is doing some
travelling to discover its responsi-
bilities and commitments.
Anthony Eden gave the press,
waiting in boredom in a Confer-
ence room on the outskirts of
Rome, a lively few minutes of his
time. Four hundred newspaper-
men were waiting for the delegates

|of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-

ganisation to finish talking behind
closed doors. They are called the



“twelve apostles”. Anthony Eden
complained the organisation, which
started out as a compact body of
high delegates was now so over-
loaded with advisers that it came
to be like addressing a public
meeting. As he said, “a hundred
more turn up each time we meet”.
The last meeing was in Ottawa,
the next will be in Lisbon in
January. Will another hundred
detegates—and another hundred
newspapermen—make the trek to
that southern capital?
International organisations have
their own mysterious ways of
growth, That was N.A.T.O. in
Rome, In Paris 1 noticed another.
Although the Organisation for
European Economic Co-operation
is linked to the Marshall Plan and
officially ends next July, I found
workmen still building three fine
office blocks in a fashionable Paris
district near the Bois de Boulogne.
In the basement, I was told, is a
publishing house and __ printing
press aor turning out the publica-





tions of this set of initials. The
taxpayers of the world must wage
ceaseless fight against initials.

Back home in London after for-
eign travel, I find two rebels have
stolen the limelight. David Kirk-
wood, the wild man from Clyde-
side has been given a peerage as
the last act of Mr. Attlee’s Gov-
ernment. And Benjamin Britten
is toasted as the remarkable Brit-
ish composer of the century, with
the performance of his strange
opera, “Billy Budd.” (And this is
a man who was a conscientious
objector in wartime and : rebel
of the extreme Left).

The old story of the day when
the witty Lady Asquith offered
to straighten David Kirkwood s
tie is being retold. Replieq the
trenchant Scot “And the noble
lady will observe that my tie is
the only crooked thing about me”.

The London Times does not
often claim a journalistic scoop.
But it has an old tradition from
the 19th century of commission-
ing great travellers to go out
into unknown places and report
them for the Times, and the Times
alone. This tradition thrives in
the remote parts of the world—
and has been badly damaged by
the use of cable and radio, Writers
for the Times expect time to think
—in which they are likely to be
beaten to the nearest telegraph
office by their rivals. The news-
paper, indeed, commissioned Stan-
ley to go and discover the pre-
sumed Dr. Livingstone. It. was
rather in this tradition that Eric
Shipton undertook to write ac-
counts of his journey towards the
virgin face of Everest. And fas-
cinating reading they make, One
of the oddities is how a depres-
sion to the South of Everest be-
tween peaks 26,000 feet high — a
depression into which man has
never before looked — should be
named the Western Cwm. This
strange word is not Indian, or
Tibetan! but Gaelic! It can only
demonstrate the ambition of the
Scot.

I have been plagued with
visitors to Britain asking me to ) get





News From Britain The

them some of the best Scotch
whisky. It cannot be done! Now
the “irade” has issued an official
warning to those who wander
around at this time of year in
search of a bottle for Christmas.
It warns that the drink is mostly
exported — to Canada. Unscrupu-
lous traders are tempted to sell
smaller bdttles of thinneq whisky
at higher prices. Visitors to Brit-
ain should beware — and know
that there are other tipples avail-
able in quantity.

Politicians Settle Down

After the heciic political at-
mosphere of the last two years, the



Sritish political arena is now far
calmer, The Conservative Party,
according to all indications, faces
a very tough year of austerity be-
fore it. And the decision has been
taken to follow a “moderate’
policy. Probably this means that
America will be puzzled at British
Conservatives keeping on controls
—and even thinking of some more.
But there would be only two ways
of meeting the present crisis posit-
ion .of Britain. One would be
deflation, some unemployment, less
building, forcing down some price:
and others up. It would be “free
enterprise” and risky — and what
is worse, the ,Treasury experts

ay, it would nfake Britain mor.

ke France, unable to fulfil her re-
eunmuat obligations. The other
is austerity, control and the recipe
as before — with some special
Conservative frills.

This moderate Conservative
programme is causing a good dea)
of worry in the Labour Party. The
former Cabinet Ministers know
what the programme is, and that
it is necessary, but the rank anc
file of the Labour pariy would
like to go in and attack with al)
their arms flailing. The result is
a series of tempestuous and ridicu-
lous all-night sessions in Parlia-
ment — with Emanuel Shinwell
trying to play the firebrand again
The much-heralded rise of Aneu-
rin Bevan has not yet begun —
there is worry in Bevanite quar-
ters. |



They Might Live In The Sun

But They Choose London

By BEVERLY BAXTER
LONDON.
OMERSET Maugham
lives in the South of
France, where, like Annie
the gunwoman, he has the
sun in the morning and the
moon at night,

Somerset Maugham has
finished with editors and
publishers, so he can live
where he likes.

With all these advan-
tages he has taken a dra-
matic decision: “I am going
to London for the winter
because I must have some
good conversation.”

AND this, mark you, from

a man who suffers from a
stutter!
, Yet is there. anyone who
has lived in the heart of
London who does not under-
stand and applaud his de-
cision?

There is nothing more bor-
ing than one fine day after
another, It stultifies the
mind, reduces conversation
to chatter, and numbs the
urme. of high achievement.

Rewards Great, Failures

Many
THOSE of us who move
within’ the magic square

mile which has * Trafalgar-
square as its centre are like
the keepers of bazaars in a
Western Bagdad.

Everybody comes here
sometime, except Stalin, o1
course, and even he might
turn up one day.

Here we have wits, poli-
ticians, actors, authors, book-
makers and book publishers,
poets and poseurs, women of
beauty and even some with
character, men of the future
and men with nothing but a
past.

THE rewards are great, the
gamble is enormous, and
the failures are many.

Eden, The Gandhi-

Galahad

TAKE the drama of the
last few days. In Parliament,
Anthony Eden flies back
from Paris to make his first
important speech as Foreign
Secretary.

Like America, his oldest
tradition is his youth, and his
greatest asset is his appear-
ance,

If he puts on a crumpled
sult in the morning it would
be without a wrinkle by
dinner time.

He used to rush his speech-
es until he was hoarse. Now
he speaks with calm assur-
ance, for he knows that he
has arrived.

THE pundits say that he is
a combination of Sir Galahad
and Gandhi, determined to
force peace upon the world.
Even the Socialists listen to
him with awe.

David Accepts The

Challenge

BY contrast let us look at
an unknown youth who
invaded the magic square
mile last week.

His name is David Bulwer
Lutyens, a gieat-grandson of
Bulwer Lytton a grandson of
the architect, and a godson
of Baroness Ravensdale, who

was allowed to inherit the
title from*her father, the
famous Lord Curzon who
was irreverently called
“God's Butler” by the satir-
ists,

YOUNG Mr. Lutyens is at

Oxford, where he has taken
some imposing degrees but
has turned playwright. His
“Judas Iscariot” is now being
performed at St. Martin-in-
the Fields. ‘

I have not seen the play
but have read it. There is
striking talent here, despite
the defects of immaturity.

Perhaps he lacks the com-
mon touch, but he has
brought his wares to London,
for this is the world’s su-
preme market,

Bridging The Gulf

WHILE Lutyens challenges
the Fates, an older youth,
Peter Ustinov, fights to main-
tain his position, His prob-
lem is how to bridge the gulf
between success and failure.

While his comedy “The
Love of Four Colonels” is
playing to capacity he
launches “The Moment of
Truth” at another theatre
and achieves the impossible
by using the theme of Laval
and Petain in the last war.
and almost completely elim-
inating the element of drama
from it.

‘ven Marx And Lenin

THE trek to London never
ends, and never will. Keren-
sky, whose revolution pre-
ceded that of the Bolshevike« «
in.1917, came here a few
years ago, and we had din-
ner together.

“T gave Russia five months

22



OUR READERS SAY:

A Woman’s Views

To The Editor, The Advocate,—

SIR,—I do not think a womah’s
views should be despised at a time
like this when ‘history. will be
made in our loyal little island in
the forthcoming elections.

The Labour Party in their out-
rageous bid for power and dicta-
torship began their propaganda on
“slavery”, then they suddenly
switched off to “back pay” and
now (and I hope finally) “colour.”

I am going to deal with these
three pet subjects briefly.

1, Slavery was at one time all
over the world—not Barbados
alone. There were European
slaves and negro slaves—-white,
yellow, brown, black. It was
abolished in the British Empire in
the reign of Queen Victoria of
blessed memory over one hundred
years ago but still existed in many
other parts of the world among
the Spanish and other races. The
Labour Party is impressing upon
the ignorant classes of our people
that white people made negroes
slaves in Barbados not telling them
that slavery was all over the
world and that white people were
also slaves, This distasteful
jand does our island no good
jis based on untruth,

2. Back pay was. their

is

as it

second

hobby—here they hid the truth
they did not say that back

was a free agreement between the
“Sugar Producérs' Association
Union” and the ‘Workers’ Union.”
The splendid part played by His
Excellency the Governor in this
praiseworthy agreement was con-
veniently left out and they took
the praise and glory for them-

selves. What selfishness!

3. Colour—this they took as
their third and wicked line of
attack. A storm of abuse was

thrown at the white people—the
prop of our little island—the
people on whom the islands
prosperity depends as they invest
their money for the benefit of all.
Without them what would we do?

They say for three hundred
years nothing was done by the
white people for our island,

Bear with me for a few mo-
ments to reason, Who built our
schools? Who built our colleges?
Who gave us the Free Public

Library? Who built our church-
es? Who laid the foundation by
which those who come after could
build on? Where was the Labour
Party? Some of our school build-
ings are over 100 years old, They
hate enterprise. They say no
coloured people are employed in
Broad Street... Walk up -Broad

of freedom,” he said, “and a
nation that has known free-
dom for even five months
will never rest until it has
freedom again.”

Lazy Karl Marx lived
here in exile and wrote
his plan for world revo-
lution in the _ British
Museum. Lenin found
refuge in London, and
then went back to give
Communism to the
World.

London repulses no one.

THERE were four boys
named Alfred Harmsworth,
Max Aitken, William Berry,
and Gomer Berry.

None of them was born
rich and none was an Ens-
Jishman. One was half-Trish:
one Canadian; two were
Welsh,

But they came to London
and founded newspaper dyn-
asties which changed their
names to Northcliffe, Beaver-
brook, Camrose and Kems- «
ley.

‘There is no éity in the
world so rewarding to suc-
cess or so unsentimental
about failure.

NOT even the crowds in
the Colosseum watching the
lions devour the Christians
were less moved to pity than
“Londoners are when success
turns against those who once
commanded it.

Vr. Weston Comes Back

bUL pomerset Maugham

is not th only wealthy mau

who has decidea tnat he

cannot live inj the sun we
. Whole year round.

Garneld Weston has estab-
lisned kingdoms of finance
in America and Canada as
well as here; and has elab-
orate homes in various
places. Yet he has decided to
return here to live.

Il wonder why. The
theatre means little to him,
politics bored him when. he
was in Parliament, opera has:
no lure for him, and he is
not given to intangible dis-
cussion, ;

PERHAPS, though, he is
moved by the echo of his-
tory’s footsteps on the Lon-
don streets, by the majestic
Sweep of the parks and the
muttered music of the
Thamés as it skuices its way
to the sea. yy

There is something that
lurgs him back again.

—L.E.S.



Street beginning from C. F, Har-
rison to - William Fogarty. Come
down Broad Street from Broad-
way Store to J. N. Goddard. See
for yourself, What untruth!

As I write my |heart burns to
see the lies and the mischief mak-
ing. My dear girls and boys see
for yourselves and think. Some
of our coloured boys have risen
from “cash boys” to floor walkers
and managers. What part has the
Labour Party played in_ this?
Where were they? A shirt factory
has just been’ opened in Lucas
Street to help many of our girls
and boys. Why not encourage
more of these people to do this
instead of abusing them and
threatening to throw all white
people into the sea.

As a woman with childrén,
boys and girls, I warn you if you
allow this evil doctrine by the
Labour Party candidates to upset
your sane and good judgment,
soon, and very soon, our peaceful |
island will be up-side-down and
when you turn your heads* you
will ask “where are those kind}
people who used to help? They |
will be gone! Alas, it will be too

ee

Japs Are
At It Again

LONDON, Nov. 30.

Alarmed by prospects of Japan’s resurgent
industries trying to capture the world’s
markets with cut-price exports, a powerful
group of British Conservative M.P.’s are
pressing for the establishment of a new
series of international commercial agree-
ments expressly pinding Japanese business
vo respect copyright of pattern and design,
st is learnt tonight. The first step in tnis
~ampaign to preclude possible Japanese “un-
.air’ competition they hope will be taken by
Mr. Churchill himself when he visits Wash-
.ngton early next year. Churchill, it is sug-
gested, will contact the State Department
and the Department for Overseas Trade and
ake representations asking for support of
ne British position. Approaches would then
made to Commonwealth countries and
wher States interested that Japan’s trading
emains “fair”. These would be prelimin-
“les to hegotiations for new agreements.
hen, it is argued, if Japan, after the peace
reaty’s ratification, openly trangresses the
.2w pacts, economic sanctions would be im-
dosed,


















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Cc. S. PITCHER
& CO. ph. 4472

These, agreed by all the signatories, would
ost likely prove decisive. [he most effec-
.ve would be the withdrawal of credits for
aw materials and machinery. This would
ause an almost immediate drop in factory
sutput,

Further, if Japan made use of “sweated”
abour, an appeal would be made by interest-







late! I plead with you mothers, |
fathers, sons and daughters read |
this letter and think.

MARGUERITE JOHNSON.

ad competitor countries to the International

abour office and the United Nations. And,

‘ander the agreements, Japan’s exports would

22 allowed no artificial subsidies — Govern-
ent or private, direct or indirect.

Britain’s M.P.’s and industrial chiefs
-calise that, although “unfair” breaches of
-opyright could be eliminated by joint inter-
iational action, the basic problems posed by
ower costs of Japanese production cannot
»2 solved by international pacts or sanctions.

The Japanese worker does not demand the
ood, clothes, houses expected in the West.
o meet these factors of competition, British
ndustrialists recognise that they must now
mploy greater mechanical skill to step up
nass production, concentrate on quality
ashion and design, to export top quality

joods out of range of $9 majority of Papen’ s
sroducts.

They fully know that in cheap quality
joods which undersell Britain’s produce,
‘apan will find immediate buyers amongst
ow-income peoples of Africa and Asia. The
imple reason is that these people can only
suy at the lowest prices available.

Further, there is a growing realisation
hroughou@ the Western world that under-
leveloped countries must be given the
‘hance to buy low-priced goods to raise the
tandard of living and help halt the spread
£ discontent and Communism.

Aligned with this is the recognition that
Japan must either export or fail to support
1er quickly-expanding population. However,
t is believed that Japan herself will, within
1 few years, be faced with the bitter price
of cutting competition. Some experienced
3ritish industrialists argue that, man for
nan, the Chinese factory worker is just as
‘killed as the Japanese. When China’s in-
lustries expand, become mechanised and
nanned by China’s millions, they foresee a
iew flood of consumer goods spreading
i1cross the world. Citing the production of
‘heap cotton goods as an example, they
yoint out that manufacture first centred in
3ritain in the last century, then shifted to
America, then to India, now Japan. But
soon, they say, China will be the world’s

sheapest producer.

increase the purchasing power of Asia’s
poverty-stricken millions to absorb the flood.
For both Tory and Labour leaders recognise
that “fair” economic expansion of Japan or
of any other developing country cannot be
forcibly held down by unilateral measures

The only basic solution, they stress, is to
imposed by any single State.

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To The Editor, The Advocate,—
nm

SIR,—A recent correspondent to your
newspaper suggested that legislation should
be enacted requiring estate owners and man-
agers to plant pea trees around the hedge-
rows. I am pleased to draw to his attention
that such legislation already exists and that
under the provisions of Aritcle 4 of the Local
Food Production (Defence) Control Order,
7942, No. 2, estates are required to plant
pigeon peas around the head-rows in all fields
of canes. The carrying out of this Order is
under the supervision of the Department of
Agriculture. e

J. ROBERT PETERKIN.
Secretary, Agricultural Society.
‘December 11, 1951.

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12, 1951

NO DECISION GIVEN IN
SHOP-BREAKING CASE

AFTER deliberating for

. :
two and a half hours, an Assize

jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday failed to

agree whether or not 26-y

ear-old Theophilus Clarke of

Maiden’s Lane, St. Michael was guilty of breaking into the

shop of Hyslop Blenman at
with intent to steal on June

There was also another
was that he was found in the

Tweedside Road, St. Michael
15.

count against Clarke and that
shop with an intent. The case

which was the only one heard yesterday, ended at 6.12 p.m.
with the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor presiding.

Counsel in the case was Mr. H.
Clarke K.C., for the accused while
the Hon, Mr. F, E. Field, Acting
Attorney General, appeared foc
tne Crown.

Before calling on the witnesses
for the prosecution, Mr, Field
outlined the case to the jury. He
told them that Blenman had a
shop in which he sold drinks at
the corner of Tweedside Road, On
June 15, his wife closed the shop
and went home and gave him the
keys. He left his home for the
shop the same night after getting
the keys from his wife and on his
arrival at the shop he found the
eecused under a counter in the
shop. He arrested him and carried
him to the Police Station,

Violet Blenman, wife of Hyslop
scenman said her husband has a
shop at Tweedside Road, Si.
Michael. On June 15, about mid-
night she closed the shop and
went home. The shop is about
100 yards from her home, Her
husband was home and she gave
him the keys of the shop and he
went to the shop. Soon after she
heard that a thief was caught in
the shop, She went to the shop and
saw the accused at the back of
the shop held by some people.

Articles Misplaced

Her husband asked her if she
knew the accused. The accused
asked her to beg for him. After
that she inspected the shop and
found that the front door was
open and inside the shop things
were misplaced,

To Mr. Clarke: Violet Blenman
said that her husband had the shop
for five years, The shop is in
Tweedside Road. She closed the
shop about mid-night on June 15,
and saw that the front door of the
shop was closed, Her husband
left her in charge of the shop. Sine
did not know the accused before
June 15.

Her husband took the accused to
the Belmont Police Station,

Hyslop Blenman ‘told the court
that on June 15, about mid-night
he was on his way to the shop
which is quite near to.his home.

On going inside the shop he
searched the shop with a torch
light and saw a man_ stooping

behind the counter of the shop.
The man stood up behind a post
in the shop and he (Blenman)
shouted out. People came to the
shop, The accused came to tne
door and he kicked the accused
when he made a “rush” to get
away.

Accused Held

They fought and
was finally.held: He told the
accused that his shop had been
broken about four or five times.

His wife came to the shop and
the accused asked her to beg for
him.

Cross-examined by Mr, Clarke
Blenman said that he used to re-
pair shoes about four years ago.
His home is about 100 yards from
his shop. He bakes at his home
and takes the bread over to the
shop. He handed his wife the keys
of the shop while he had _ the
accused under arrest. He had pever
accused his wife of being unfaith-
ful to him.

Eric Grandison said that on
June 15, about mid-night ‘the heard
a shout and went to Blenman’s
shop in Tweedside Road. There
he saw Blenman and the accused
struggling, he held the accused
and Blenman and himself took
the prisoner to the Belmont Police
Station. *

He saw Blenman’s wife
was holding the

the accused

as he
accused, Cross-

examined by defence counsel,
Grandison said that he did not
know the accused before the

incident occurred, When he first
saw the accused he (the accused)
was held by Blenman at the back
of the shop. He»never beat the
accused,

Cpl. Parris said that on June 15,
during the night the accused was
brought to the Belmont Pglice
Station by Hyslop Blenman who



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A green can-light buoy, marks
a wreck in 33 feet of Water in
position 14 degrees, 16 cables
from Nelson Island, Port-of-
Spain harbour, according to a
eablegram received at the Har-
bour and « Shipping Master*s
Department on Monday.

The green ‘light flashes every
two seconds, visible at four miles
on the south-west side and to
an unlighted green barrel buoy
on its north-east side.

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the area a wide berth.

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said that he had found him in
his shop. He left the accused at
the Station and wént to Blenman’s
ehop, The back door was open and
he found inside the shop a pair of
shoes which were claimed by the
accused,

Statement Made

At the.Station the accused made
a statement. The accused told him
that he was beaten by Blenman.
—At this stage the case for the
prosecution was closed,

The defence called on Dr, C.
Clarke who said that he saw the
accused on June 16, in Glendairy
Prison, The accused said some-
thing to him about his condition.
On examinatien he found that the
accused had a swollen left hand
and bruises on the bowels. His
eyelids were also swollen,

The injuries on the accused
could have been caused by a
beating.



Two Years For
Having Acid
With Intent

Sentence of two years’ impris-
onment with hard labour was
passed on 33-year-old housekeep-
ex Carmen Marshall of Upper
Collymore Rock, St. Michael, by
the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor
at the Cour* of Grand Sessions
yesterday.

Marshall was found guilty by
an Assize jury earlier in the Ses-
sions of having a quantity of sul-
phuric acid in her possession with
intent to commit a felony on Oc-
tober 9. Mr. Malone who ap-
peared* on behalf of: Marshall
asked the Court to exercise leni-
ency as his client is the mother
of a child and is expected to have
another very soon.

Before sentencing Marshall,
Mr. Justice Taylor told her that
she was found guilty of having
acid in her possession with intent
to commit a felony. He had to
make her realise what a danger-
ous thing it was.

Mr. Malone urged that she had
acid in her possession but that
she never attempted to throw the
acid, but there was no doubt due
to the fact that she went so far in
the Courtyard in the company of
policemen and a large crowd
that there was an intention.

“This is a most serious offence
and there have been many cases
of people having acid thrown on
them. He could not overlook
this offence and he must deal
severely with it,’ Mr. Justice
Taylor said.

—

GOAL IS SOARCE

Heavy charcoal is again in short
supply in the island. Messrs.
Manning & Co., Ltd.’s coal yard,
where most of the charcoal ar-
riving from British Guiana is
stored for sale, was empty yes-
terday.



Big supplies of charcoal are
wanted at Christmas time and so
schooners bringing the commodi-
ty here in recent days have been
getting a quick dispatch. The
Schooner Pool told the Advocate
yesterday that they could not say
when their next boat was coming
from British Guiana.

Housewives and bakers prefer
the heavy charcoal but, because
of its shortage, light charcoal
which comes from St. Lucia is
enjoying good sales. Just a few
bags remained in the cayged-in
part of the Pier Head which is
often filled with bags of light
charcoal.

/

CYCLIST DIES A7'

HOSPITAL

Ser ad be
Gibbons of Station Hill, St. Peter,
died at the General Hospital
yesterday morning, Gibbons was
taken to the Hospital on Sunday
in ah unconscious condition.

He was riding a bicycle along
Benn Hill, St, Peter, at about
4.40 p.m, on Sunday when he fell
from it.

A post mortem examination
was performed yesterday by Dr.
A. S. Cato and an inquiry is
fixed for 2.00 pm. today before
M:..C. L. Walwyn at the District
“A” Court,



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2,486 Bags Of Mail Fishermen Will Be

Received In Nov.

THE CHRISTMAS rush at the General Post Office
is now in full swing. Two thousand, four hundred and
eighty-six bags of mail were received from overseas
during November, of which 720 only were intransit,

the Postmaster told the Advocate yesterday.

Two

thousand, five hundred and thirty-seven bags from the
colony were sent from the island overseas, he added.
The ost Office staff now have their hands quite

full, having to deal not only with the usual rush at

.

this time of the year but with the thousands of election
circulars being posted by the various candidates to the

electors.

“The local mails which have increased considerably
in recent years, are heavier than ever this year, and
additional staff in all categories have been efigaged to
meet this pressure,” said the Postmaster.

“For the benefit of the public during the season”
he said, “the number of stamp sellers has been increased

from three to four.

They are on duty throughout the

day. Three are serving at the general stamp counter and
the other at the southern end of the building adjacent
to the registered letter branch.

BRANCH

OFFICE

In addition to this arrangement, he rerninded that
stamps for all purposes can be obtained at the Parcei
Post branch at the Wharf where posting facilities are

also provided.

Asked if the people in the districts surrounding the
newly erected branch office at Welches were availing
themselves of the service, the Postmaster said that a

great many were.
districts who deserved the

said, to gu there and get it.

He would like everyone in those

service of a post office he
Anything that could be

done at the main office could be dune there. People wno
availed themselves of the facilities there, help to re-
lieve the pressure on the main office, he pointed out.

The Pcstmaster spoke of the lack of co-operation
at times by some sections of the public and said that
he hoped during the present season co-operation will
be given willingly and freely, in order that the Depart-

ment might carry out its
smoothly and satisfactorily

obligations to the public

He wanted to make a special appeal to household-
ers not to keep postmen waiting unduly long as they’
have scores of deliveries to make daily, and besides,
some have jong distances to travel



Jamaica Reeovers Well
After Hurricane

JAMAICA is recovering very satisfactorily after the

hurricane of August.

The emergency measures that were

taken immediately after it, are coming to an end, but there
are quite a lov of people still living in tents awaiting re-
housing, Hon. D, B. Sangster, Minister for Social Welfare
and Deputy Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party, told the

Advocate yesterday.
Mr.

Sangster is Jamaica’s delegate attending the

Regional Economic Committee Meeting at Hastings House.



Hon, D. B. SANGSTER

GOVT. DREDGER
UNDER REPAIRS

Engineers began yesterday
refit the Government
which was docked eight
ago for repairs,

The work is being supervised
by Mr. Denton Sayers, Super-
infendent Mechanic Engineer at
the Department of Highways and
Transport.

The boiler was lifted back in
place by the Government Crane.
The dredger will soon again be
removing mud from the Careen-
age’s bottom.

to
dredger
weeks

He said that he was glad to be
back in Barbados again although
only for a short stay and express-
ed thanks to the Government and
people of Barbados for sympathy
and general assistance rendered
Jamaica during the hurricane.

A great deal of assistance had
also been made possible by the
generosity of people from all
over the world who had con-
tributed over half a_ million
pounds to the Governor’s Hur-
ricane Relief Fund in addition
to making many gifts in supplies
and clothing for the help of the
people.

Expenditure

“We are now entering into the

second or permanent phase ol
ine recovery programme ana
tnis involves expenditure from

our Own funds and the expendi-
ture of the grant and allowance
from His Majesty's Government
totalling £4,600,000," he said.

“Details of assistance in this
help from the British Govern-
ment are subject to approval of
H.M. Government and already,
we have had approval of plans
in relation to housing schemes in
respect of part of the agricultural
proposals and hope to obtain ap-
proval of the remainder of the
plans very shortly.

“In this. whole programme of
rehabilitation, the spirit of the
people has been grand, and they
have all made great individual
effort, in particular, the resusci-
tation of the banana industry
has exceeded expectations, but
they will of necessity lag behind
in the rehabilitation of the cocoa-
nut industry,

“Recently, we have revised the
Ten Year Development Plan
which has as its base, the pro-
visions of social services and
amenities such as irrigation,
water supplies, health services
education and a fair amount of
economic development based on
egriculture. In addition, there
has been rapid development. in
the industrial felg and we have
been able to make considerable
contact with United Kingdom and
American interest.

Industry
“In the whole field of industrial

Gevelopment, Jamaica is not only

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Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
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to answer many questions asked
by boat owners whose boats
were either destroyed beyond
repair or damaged between
December 2 and 3. So far it is
known that 83 boats were
destroyed beyond repair and 40
ean be repaired.

Mr. Wiles told the Advocate
yesterday that in many cases,
work has been started on repairs
and every effort is being made
to get the repairable boats in the
water early in January

9

He asked the men to try and
co-operate and everything would
work easily. “I think we might
be able to make a double pay-
ment this week,” he said

Fisherman: How about me. !
am dependent on my boat, I only
work otherwise when the crop
season is in

Mr. Wiles: We .will investigate
your case.

He told the men that he was

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trying to get the boats back into}

the water as quickly as possible.
“For instance if a man came in
and said that only a few boards



He said that a building pro- of his boat were damaged and
gramme is at present being drawn asked for $4, we would give it
up and as soon as materia! js to him right away. I had a few
available, workmen will be boards in the back room and I
drafted to this phase of putting told one boat owner to select a
he industry back at its former few to do repairs.” he s9id
strength, ent renee sent inant
When the Advocate reporter aati ad
visited the Fisheries Odie’ aes NE NENG A
tvday mef*ning Mr. Wiles, as

usual, was ‘holding a conference
vith a group of fishermen. Large
groups of boat owners and fish-
ermen have been visiting this
Office since December 3,

Insurance

Mr. Wiles explained the a
ance system to the men. He said
that some of the insurance poli-|
cies. only covered against boats |
lost or damaged by hurricane or |
by rough seas caused by hurri- |
cane, He told them at how many
miles an hour the wind had to |
blow for |

1

Aurricane,

He said that Barbados did not |
have a hurricane but only rough)
seas therefore the insurance com-!
panies that covered against hur-
ricane were not supposed to pay
out. He also explained that some
insurance premiums covered for
the loss of the boat out to sea and
not at the mooring. These com- |
panies did this after some boat!
owners claimed that they had/|
lost their boats from the moorings |
and it was found out that the
sea Was as calm as a pond, the}
anchor chain was strong and |
there was no bad weather.

it to be regarded as a

Mr. Wiles told the men that
the authorities were trying to
reason with these insurance

companies but he explained; “If
such a company says it is not
paying the insurance money, that
company will not be paying.
Neither the Government nor ary-
one else can make that ConVeesyy |
pay the insurance. It is left to
the discretion of the company.” |

Mr. Wiles told of a case where
a boat was tied off at the moor-
ing. The anchor chain was made
up of eight different pieces of |
chain, This boat broke away
from the mooring and was lost.
The insurance company refused
to pay the insurance. “Why?
Because the chain was not a
proper one?

A Boat owner:
a boat without
chain.



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a good

is not
anchor
a a8)
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Weekly Pay |
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The Fisheries Officer then
explained how the men who were |
solely dependent on their Rents |
were going to get $5 a week from
the Government. That would be!
up to a certain time and when!
that time was reached the Gov- |
ernment would have paid out
approximately $10,000 to
men and boat owners.





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CHAMPS ELYSEES . $30.00 $19.00
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thes to

be sent to Korean War victims, by giving a token bundle to the young representative of the Korean

people.

_

Warehouses Bustle

With Activity

Wareholisés along the water-
front are “hives of activity” with
the Christmas season on hand.
Foodstuffs, clothing and other
articles that n
spend days in the warehouses
until the consignees come for
them are being hustled out to be
taken away by lorries and carts.

“Goods are going out of the
warehouses as fast as they are
coming in,” a waréhouse clerk
said yesterday. “From early
morning until evening we are
kept on the go with hardly a
moment to spare.”

Pier Head Lane, where most of
the lorries and carts go to load
the goods, is often blocked with
traffic, Vehicles are usually lined
up on both sides while part of
the road is taken up with bartels,
boxes and cases,

A look inside one of the ware-

houses showed a variety of
foodstuffs. and other household
goods, most of which were

brought in-during the past week
by the SS. Lady Nelson, the
the motor vessel Canadian Cen-
structor and the motor vessel
Stentor, These ships brought
their catgo from Canadian ports,
Amsterdam, Rotterdam’ and An-
twerp.

Meat reserves, eooked bone-

less hams in tins, shoulders in
tins, smoked herrings, rolled
oats, potatoes, flour, biscuits,

onions, canned fish, pickled meat
wines, liqueurs. gin, whisk y,

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Jamaica Reesuais Well.
After Hurricane

From page 5

of the British Caribbean territc
ries. We have just passed a la,
for the éstablishment of an Agri-
cultural Corporation and laid op!
the table of. the House, a Bill f
the establishment of an Industrial
Development Corporation.”

Mr. Sangster said he had no-
ticed the tourist trade was grow-

ing in Barbados and they in
Jamaica were doing all they
could to inerease theirs as the

West Indies as a whole, was an
exceptionally good field for tour-
fst development,

“In constitutional circles, we are
at present engaged on talks on
Federation. A joint committee of
the Legislative Council and the
House of Representatives of which
T am the Chairman, has just fin-
ished its deliberations on the
Standing Closer Association Com-





enamelware, in moderate supplies
aTe packed away inside.

Trollymien were up and down
the narrow passages wheeling
the cargo to the lorries while
clerks kept close to them to have
a check of what was going out.

Trunks of clothing belonging
¢o passengers Who recently ar-
vived in the island are also

mixed among the many packages
of foodstuff. “The quicker the
salés are made im the stores, the
busiér the warehouses will be,”
the clerk said.










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mittee’s Repert, We are prepar<
4g to take our place in tne ted-|
«al structure and to take part
no the deliberations in London in
‘ine Spring of next year. j

“We are also discussing our own
constitutional advances and it is
likely that we will have at a
very éarly date the establishment
of separate ministries and they
would be further advanced in
due course,

‘broken free from

|is good enough for Barbados,



Regional Outlook
“Jamaica's outlook is becoming
more and more regional” he saia,
ana aaaed: “We will do ail that



lies in our power to advance the
progress of the West Indies gen-
erally,
“Jamaica
the

lays great stress on
establishment of a Trade

Commussioner Service in the Unit-{absent from the programme)

ed Kimgdom and the development
of the Regional Economic Com-
mittee’s contribution to West
indian affairs.”

Asked about the economic pro-
gress of the West Indies, Mr.
Sangster said: “It has been de-
veloping rapidly and is bound to
have a marked effect on the
closer association of the territory.
For one thing, with the estab-
lishment of industries, there
would be a greater opportunity
for trade within the territories
and from day to day we see
pattern of regional activity
many fields.”

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“Julius Caesar,” with the pos-
sible exception of tne “Merchant
of Venice, is the most easily act-
able of all Shakespeare’s plays,
and no better choice could have
been made by the Harrison Col-
lege Dramatic Club for announc-
ing its arrival on the threshold of
maturity, Its first large-stage
production, “1066 And All That,”
was frankly a start on the wrong

foot. Anything more appalling.y
difficult for inexperienced per-
formers than commercial revue

ean hardiy be conceived, and al-
though there was some enjoy-
ible serambling about and one or
two promising individuel efforts,
it was early evident that the speed,

slickneéss; and pointing up requir-

ed to
work

make
were

that sort of thing
altogether absent.

This is a hard saying, but neces-

sary; for it should at once be
made clear to many who are
likely to stay away from, “Julius
Caesar” on the strength of their
recollections of -“1066" that they
must on no account do anything
of the kind. Here is an enter-
prise of an entirely different
class, and I am not conscious of
exaggeration, or of undue indul-
gence in a natural tender-heart-
edness towards those who have
the tradition
that second or third class matter
in
saying that this is just about the
most exciting thing I Have seen
in the local theatre.

The Producer

This does not of course mean
that a miraculous perfection has
been attained. I am compelled
to write this notice on the
strength of the dress rehearsal,
when most of the things that
could be expected to go wrong
did so, and although there is no
reason to doubt that the bumpi-
est places will be rolled out in
time for the first fully public
performance on Friday, complete
smoothness, for what it is worth,
can hardly be looked for. What
is really astonishing is the suec-
cess of Mr. Derek Fowles, the
producer (his name is modestly
in
a method of staging
which circumvents the physical
limits of the Harrison College
Hall, an bringing the best out of
at least. two young actors of
quite exceptional talent, and,
hardest of all, in. persuading
about two dozen Barbadian boys

contriving



WHAT’S ON TODAY

Police Courts, Court of Orig-
inal Jurisdiction—10.00 a.m.

Christmas Play at the Convent
of Good Shepherd, Colly-
more Rock—-11.00 a.m.

Harrison College Aquatic
Sports at the Aquatic Club
—12, noon

Dress Rehearsal of Olympia
Club at the British Council,
“Wakefield”—4.30 p.m. -

Reception, R.S.P.C.A. at. the
British Council, Wakefield—
6.30 p.m.

Film, St. Paul’s, at the British
Council, Wakofield — 7.30

p.m. .

Mobile Cinema at Bonnett’s
Pasture, Britton’s Hill, St.
Michael—8,00 p.m.

Police Band plays at the Drill
Hall at Barbados Regiment
Annual Ball—9.00 p.m.

6.00 a.m.

Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

Moon: First Quarter, Decem-
ber 5

Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

High Tide: 3.02 a.m., 2.05 p.m.

Low Tide: 8.28 a.m., 9.27 p.m.



Sunrise:







YESTERDAY’S
WEATHER REPORT

From Codrington

Rainfall: nil
Total Rainfall for Month to
date: 1.00 ins.

Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
Lowest Temperaturé: 73.5 °F

Wind Velocity: 19 miles per
hour
Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.959

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and understanding but contemptible. That his

Si ppery Ground Caesar ever bestrode this narrow
There are three” great parts in world like a Colossus is hardly

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“Julius Caesar”. That of Mark credible; all he has is the ex- .

Antony is the easiest, that of ternals of presence and authority.

Cassius the most interesting, that These, underlineq by artful pro- ,
of Brut the hardest. Taking duction, were very well given by °

them in reverse order, the diffl- ¢, gp, Layne; and that is quite as

culty about Brutus is not one of much as can reasonably be asked.
giving e reasonably pleasing and

plausible reading, but of getting The mention of individuals must
for the character the sympathy cio» here; but practically all the
which the whole tendency of the minor parts, including those taken
play demands, but which so many py young ladies from Queen’:
of his utterances repel. For there Cojege, were respectably played.
14 ap oe or nin sear We The cretinous citizens and some
asten to what srutus tells Us, eather gingerly soldiers “worked
instead of to what other people hard and provided a lot of amuse-

tell us about him, th icture is . :
net of-o1 “tier thc wikdens Ps ment, perhaps not all intentional.
impossible task of

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desires, a prig whose conscious been. The Elizabethans like to

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adulation that he hag become sort; with us the enjoyment is
incapable either of self-judge- ysually confined to the business
ment or of entertaining the judge- side of the floats, where a number
ments of others”. Some obscure of people who have been rather
anreet i‘. ine, er’ here out of it are given a chance of
as elsewhere er and more ; :

obvious examples are Shylock working up a pleasurable lather
al Henry V) to have under- ,
mined Shakespeare's

Dozens ‘of willing horses must
professed have made greater or smaller
intention, and led him (in the contributions to the heart-warming
case of Brutus) to reveal aS success of this venture. Like all
much as he dared of the realities such, the knowledge of good work
lying behind the idea of high- Gone will be a sufficient reward
minded nae — wee but, at the risk of annoying her,
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stands on ground quite as slip-|Once again has given a ful

pery as that of Antony with the | measure of her genius for practical
conspirators, and the affection|sympathy and service.

which he must draw from his
hearers, if the whole point of the
play is not to be lost, can only
be assured by the most delicate
playing down of the equivocal



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io Excuse For West Indies Collapse POLITICAL :

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, Worrell played over a ball from
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Hole took 4 for 6 and nobody — Stars in baseball. |
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: uldig ¢ Worrell b Ramadhin 2% as commentator for television of eed = SSS
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Sincerity To Labour World Water Are Superficial Buss Gee Pygimg. Bah Yankee “eames 0.P) dint ebhacs
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Chapel Gap until late last night NELSON DESCENDANT lant iad “artic +5 eee ee Total 389 Gan set ht te = / :
Se nen a Bt : Electors’ Association in support BOWLING ‘eee ee ws sociation announced Tuesday no a
r ates or e : 7 Op St NY, 7h of Mr. E. D .Mottie > of the rR; America tee . ote
sine Taeetiee teks en ot TRIES TURBO-JET ENGINE Ameociation’s cnulideien tor oe Tomes ee 5 = in the Nasi taonantabh ame Are now at COLLINS’ PERFUMERY |
ek re-eleculo oO e yuse « ™y alates Z Jalentine 38 5 112 5 y 7 “sare | ,
= 4 3 <9 apa LONDON, Nov. 30. City of Bridgetown who is seek- ;°°" uled to open in Bombay February / . ° *
es Bets oe eter Using a borrowed turbo-jet ing re-election to the House of Marghall it i 3 i 1. YARDLEYVS ne Orchis, April Violets,
ar. +. aryan reneral Ele€C- engine, and with his wife as co- Assembly at the next General Ferguson 9 37 1 Sprout said finances for the | B d St t
ons are Soa pilot, a young Englishman hopes Elections cere aa? 7 trip involving long travel time | - - On real.
5 iota ~ people the tne a my Godde 5 " ; i i
ag oo oe HN bcd a“ zd in the New Year to make an at- Mr. Mottley told his listeners rr Mook Indies — Ist an . could not be arranged. He said: LENT SOE REC —Tweed, Miracle, Repartie.
they could be ae people of tack on the world water speed that whichever Government got Marshall b Noblett 1 “We are very unhappy that we/ |
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show their sincerity towards the direct descendant of Admiral «No one living in public life Noblet ee Mn ae Championship. AT |
Labour Party by making Toppin Nelson. His name is Mr. F. E. whether he be Conservative or Bowley 12 “6 2
and Griffith lose their deposits. Hanning-Lee, in his’ early thir- Lapourite could set back the Wilson = 2 9
ties, and an ex-Naval officer . : ba oe Bi es ae Fe
oor fia| aitbenth a caear . ti hands of the clock for indeed the Hole 7 0 49 1
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about £60,000 on atfempts with The Council of Europe’s Con- Gomez aa a Ae e JE ‘war
his speedboat Bluebird. His son, sultative Assembly this morning (ofan ue te RHEUMATIC (Chairman) H. P. HARRIS & CO.
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For Births, Mar er Engagement Gar i en | er'e. will D@) ANTIQUE SHOP, 2.1%.51—t.f.n. | A 9651-59, F’.7380-89, A 9000-00, 8.4450-59 Cc
@nnounc re ib alling the! FOR SALE clud nat £ ‘ | —_ ” awe = CORBIN ' ic 3020-29 D 9000-09, BE. 3480-29. E 9000-08, STEAMSHIP oO. 1 FREN H |
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Bawden & River approx. ....... 266 521
Friendship approx. ............. 115 211





ige, Situate at Graemé



find it wiil be impossible
to do as I so much de-
sire, hence I am com-
pelled as a last resort to
address you through the
medium of the Press.

I am therefore appeal-
ing to each and every
Voter to make
THURSDAY, DECEM-
BER 13th 1951 a MUST |
day by attending your }$
District Polling Station {
and placing your X }
against my name, and }
thus assist in making {
this Island of ours a bet- i
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WE are having record
Christmas sales which proves
that we have the GOODS

£2,000 more in Xmas
Goods opening this week,

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE
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charge | ; a oe . tant ‘
tp to d 6 cents per word for each} cup 4 bar n. contac Ww } . + sronoures HOUSE or FLAT: Small House or Flat | Roc Road. Finder son eed os Me pot M.S Poseidon 20th Dec., 1951 ye
additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 AUTOMOTIVE jat T, Geddes Grant Ltd., I ‘ eae 39: | 5» the vieinity of Garrison, Beckles Rd. | returning sam. to the B’dos Turf Club ] a ae ie Si age Cie ile Transatlantique
between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death me 4 | “=| Pritiens Hill, etc. Apply to Advocate s Helena Sth Jan., ‘
Notices only aftes 4 v.m somhdiinangiin ellieatindanasiitinesdenseshisietattehtctisdattindanite NOTICE 2 ey SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND sett
cpcieeteigenesrieananmnmannannamadegsaienpiaviniapes |, , cn rd Prefect 1960 Model, done PREFABRICATE : . | Advja. Dent. in Writing | AMSTERDAM Sailings te Southampton
" 14,000 in Battery, one week oid t se enantha ae ake 4 Gon. | THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT Co, LTB, 7.12.51—3n | Harbour L oO M.S. Willemstad Ist Jan., 1952 |
DIED good, Owner would sell or exchange { Pale . at ie " . iceidiie sath is dans EN NSN Na RC RIT SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND and France
larger Car. Phade Farmer 9008 m Hi 4 | Transf tooks of the Company PONY-—Wanted by eleven year old BRITISH GUIANA — Via —
GALE: Cl Mace. ikew of tae tos A 11 .12.51-~4n | » I f,| be med fromm the i4th to the 26h), ri in time for Xmas, a pony who would Sch Marea Henrietta, Sch. Zenith Poseidon 2nd Jan., 1952
iT plein Gale, on Waramniee tia. ob See and heavy wooden , ap- | De ber, 1931. 6 days inclusive e to be loved. A good home for the |Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. yaa | sas G TO TRINIDAD, PARAMA- Martinique ana Guadeloupe
her residence “Abingdon” Dalkeith,| CAR—Vauxhall Velox (P.55) 10,000 | Port. Two bedroo $7,700.00 $. St, CLAIR HUNTE ht pony, need not be young but must | Counsellor, Sch. Mary B, Caroline, Sch. fing AND BRIT. GUIANA “COLOMBIE,” 20th Janu-
Aged.J1. Her funeral will leave her| miles as good as new. Offers received jand Four bedroom $9,200.00 Secretar phasant, Phone Lee, 95347 zit Wonite eh. Adalina, ooh. Amauas S.S. Cottica 17th Dec., 1951 } ary, 1952
4 rca is 7 . 4 Jethe we! ; AN price t ice Du 11.12.51—47, | 7 M.V 7.2 Tannis, Sch suctiie, MS atre 43 . nin x
tue Wealbory Goniery pe Se | Ward-robes, Kitehen Cupt E reinneniited __ |M. Smith, Sch. Lady Noeleen, Sch SAILING TO" THENTDAD’ curacao | COLOMBIE,” 2nd March,
side abe devised tousttand ere aoe eer i NOTICE SALESMAN capable of running phar- | Cloudia S.. M.V. Blue Star, Sch. Gar-| ais Haarlem 24th Dec., 1951 1952.
V. C. Gale, C. A. L. Gale LIVESTOCK — ees aie eh ee eee PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH 1 aceutical department for well estab-| de: os - Seb United Pilgrim S..M-¥.| MS. Helena 2and Jan., 1952 \\{ “COLOMBIE,” 13th April,
| | showing full details « be seen at K. F B hes hial ‘Treasurers Office wit}|! shed U.K. suppliers. Good salary with | Caribbee ai S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD. | 1952
HOPE: On December 11, 1961, Natimus, | “seme ee | Saaee — an | be ' business on Thursday, 13th re em eee a eons In Touch with Barbados j Agents. | Ss Oe
His funeral wil ive his late resi- nals Geen : os 4th December. 195). copies 0 imonials and photograph to | 999956995005000000000007 hts
dence, Paynes Bay at 4 o'clock this} ‘ penne ps Pp Se ee WOOD GODDARD. Pox T.J Care Barbados Advocate Coastal Station South-Bound and Cruise.
afternoon for St. Jams Cemetery, | "ely Phone 96247 ; | one aes ee ae - Paroctial Treasurer, | eee ta ees ae gee ae The M.V. CARIBBEE will Calling at: Trinidad, La
Fricgdna, Ghristabella, Hor, Otho and MECHANICAI [37 Hit 1212 Sia | WANTED TO PURCHASE Boy's Bicycle | that they can now communicate with the | % Tons Sarma Aun Passengers ae & ify Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
aes Minne, (CHibdren); Adeeas | ou me __ | the rat iy of December, 19 t NOTICE table for boy aged #—10 years. old, | flowing ships through thelr Barbados /® Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailine 1ith gena, Jamaica.
Hope (Brother), Babsie Hope! ‘Ty FMTER: Good second hand Type-1 "sg share Hitahts ‘Limited — hone 2349 38.13. 51-—Sn. | Coens Station ak \@ instant, ? “COLOMBIE,” 9th January,
(Cousin) 12.12.51) wr : The Estate of S.S. Bardal, Lady Nelson, Danmack, | The M.V
pt ses Tah eaten eee cee giores: Werte, Socepted. |" 908 sitar B'dos Fire Insura c AUBREY FITZ ALLAN BISHOP { Atheicrest, Queen of Bermuda, Lady Rod- gueee aca FE merase will accept \ 1952.
talph Beard Bay Street 12.12.51-—2r | 566 : B'dos Shipping Trad sadaunen BARBA N TURE CLUB ney, Reseue,, Captain John D.P., Ran-} Tae? sad Seereneiee ggg oom HCO) MBIE,” 2 E
GOVERNMENT NOTICES FPEWERTNE Mlantitds, ‘tohe carina’ ee fom Issue| NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN that ail DO Kitoto, Fort “Townshend, Alcoa Planter, SS oe ee . whee \ - Oth Feby
1 ' ge and Portables, Also Adding and| t4 shares — B'dos lee Co., Limite hie acca cate 8 aay Sestaee Sparrow, Point, Willemsted, Atlantic | ft, be notified “COLOMBIE,” 2nd April,
Calculating Machines and Dimafc 210 " W.L FE Refine I oa ae oem a, Sree NOTICE Wave, Montebeio Hills, Elstree Grange. The a Vv. DAERWOOD wiil 1952
Dictating Machines. Bradshaw & ited . >) Sere Eero . Sta teat * rhe me aecept Cargo and Passengers for ‘
® 14 ni 1, are heret r Kallada, Ampacidaho,, Linaria, Howard 5 u - 7 assengers
Voting By Election Officers | j..15 12.19.01—an. | "10 shares — W.1. Biscuit Go, Limited. |7uNe, 1901, are hereby required to, sead T. Ricketts, Alcon Roamer, Golfito, Loid.s|@ St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, Accepting P “
The previous notice published in For further particulars and conditio to the indersigned Barclays Bank THE HOLDERS of the 2/-| Nicaragua, Brazil, Argentina, Cottiea, Tin- = * ra ate of Departure Carge — Mail.
the Press regarding the method of MISCELLANEUUS jof sale, apply to; s s Dow n Colonial and Overseas) the/Sweepstake tickets A 0015 andj|dra, Ariguant, Logans Fort and 8.8. | oO We nosed ant :
voting by Election Officers is — eT — ee een tnbe aa ‘tor of the will of the|U 9536, which drew the Consola- | V#rdaas | B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS R. M. JONES & Co.
cancelled. Election Officers whol c ANT QUES — Of every description | = | dec e office of the said Bank |tion horses “MRS. BEAR” and — | ASSOC. Inc. Ltd
; z ) § vlass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver Bridgetown, on or before | ,, AB” 1 hcady ¢ | Tele. 4047, .— Agents.
wish to vote must write direct to] Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-| ~~ — . the January 1983, after whien |“ STREET ARAB” respectively for RATE. ” EXCHANGE |
the Presiding Officer of the Dis-] &phs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop | AUCTION i Bank shail proceed te the Club’s recent Autumn Meet- ATES OF Ex Yeosses — .
trict in}which they are registered| “°!™>"* Hoyal Yaeht Club | ssets of the deceased|/ing, are hereby informed that DECEMBER 11, 1951
requesting him to mark a_ ballot Sn | ote eereions sonsives tno "y . oe t eich ‘cl ims a these horses are at present expect- | ge 9/107 pr. Cheaues on |
, TT hth ats eee | nee Be MANN & <0. Seren Se ee ea eStice ‘of ang|ed to arrive on the 14th instant. Bankers 66 9/10% pr : ° ° ; 2
paper on their behalf. This also] BRIF CASES: Pure Egyptian Leather | doy 2 pr 1) One } Mort eve had notice of, aray a jemand Drafts 66.75% pr.
Br ; | : Will th ersons kindly eall at trseeee D P
n lies Mec’ i. iain } Brief Cases, Leather Wallets, Ladies’ | Oxford é Ca rfe be Heble the assets of] i ese p “ . * i ws dias
applies to Election Officers who RS te. B : " * | Ds ad te, anal fi Synagogue Lane. Sight Drafts 66 6/10% pr. |
Have already communicated with] Gite et TeAN Rl and everlasting | order only renson f¢ ' | Se eae oe 2 yjou office, Synagog 6% 9/10% pr. Cable erat ee )
Mey citeaet Gaerne rs ee Gift at THANI Bros ee | ing the island “Terms Cash « | pense whose deh or claim it sha G. A. a 67 4/10% pr. Currency 65 4/108 ‘pr. | SOUTHBOUND
al Se ary’s ». § f.n. | of the Har R j e had n Secretary. Coupons 64 7/10% pr Salls Sails Sails Salls
9 51. ee | AUCTIONCE in! And all persons indebted to the said} tens |
11.12,51—2 CHRISTMAS GIFTS Bee our et action ——— | estate are reqiedied to -cettle theip| 12.12.51—3n Silver e Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
* . brands of liquors attractively put up in| LORRY—1940 Ford I We are in-| dness without delay pa emcenenepmerertanemaaenymaenee —_— ae } apanmed? ke a s ameies
avme lation “RP ben liquor 4 ; . ae a dl | . NORTHBOUND
Payment of Salaries Pensions the | scason’s attire. Mount Gay Dis- | structed | i ‘ sell] Dgied Ose Ont Gey cf NeversBes, 20e0) RN ENT. NOTICE Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
and Advances eries Limited, Shepherd it ac a Naeesions ¢ : 7 ; COLONIAL & OVERSEAS) ~ NN aS 4 Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal Oy, Seep
IT is hereby notified for gen- 3 Srubaese Frid ith Dec. } By its Attorney
- wey vn ae tol ane —— : ' 3 } - “LADY NELSON” 22 Dec 24 Dec 3 Jan 4 Jan
eral information that the payment CAR TYRES in the following ize t2y | R. B. McKENZIE ! 7 . 2OR 7 te epuedhaiiainmhbemmes
of salaries, pensions and advances | 5 * 16, 650 x 16, 600 x 16, 550 x 16, JOUN M. BLADON & Cx 2.11.51—4n. | REPRESENTATION OF THE ets ta ELLANEOUS
: a , 525 x 16, 500 x 16, 550 x 17, 400 x 18, and \ er PROVISIONS) ACT, 195
for the month of December will} 509 “x “ig, also ‘in. stock truck tyres. | ————— ~ = | NOTICE musbiiie thi Mactan badeeiaitn sh atiell GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
m a6 t ..— z re tyre Co. r Ty J h 4 > ea
1. Salaries and allowances tc atreete Pnon mone es as on nan iL IQUOR Le IC E NSE NOTICE j ne Neate or Ne fai. ra : ‘aibials cas ate
‘itrtinas tachment OMel? ee oi 1 ls ata \ of | DAVID CLEFFORD DRAYTON } For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate,
2aTrbados sovernmen Fe ene a x ‘ Pe - ° » TH
a . 1 : DUNLOPILLO MATTRESSES Ralph | St. Martins, St P ) p ) deceased (a) To make or publish a false statement of fact regarding the | Oe
ic ee ee —- instant. Beard has a large selection of Dunlopillo| sell Spirits, Malt Liq ‘ t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all onduct or personal character of a candidate; a hih-deapeintantaned TERMINALS a fol
2. olice anc ire Brigade} Mattresses also Slumber Pillows, Call| board and vhingle shep t nize | persons having any debt or claim upon'| CORAUNT. OF ae . , co Toh ~~ — ——
Pensions on the 20th in-| in and view, at Raiph Beard,, Bay Street. | roof attached to residence at Martins, | or effecting the estate of David Clifford (b) To conspire with another to behave in a disorderly manner | ESD pg Fn tO a
stant. 12.12.51-—2n, | St. Philip aiid Drayton late Enterprise in the parish of ; sai : a rte a ‘hh
$. Teacher and. Railway Pen-|- mais : Dated this 10th day of December, 1981. | Christ Church who died in this island CFG POLE e rence Wills: he:erien ae PERRO NINE, SDN CANADIAN SERVICE
sions on the 21st lvistant - FASHION BOOKS—A few To 4 I PER a 1 | on the 9th day of May 1951 are hereby ness of the meeting; j
s 21st inste ashion Books have arrived, Magistrat Vist, ‘*€ equired to send in particulars of thei : ; | i
4. All other local Government] left deposits are advised ed ERIC BRATHWAITE claims. dilly attested: to the usidessianed, (c) To hire, use or play in any band of music at a meeting or in | From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
Pensions on the 22nd in- ane oe am roc Ebon a aban ae care of D Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor, 12 a procession; | Expected Arrival
£ Pr I 1 Stree James Street ret
stant. . eet, Bridgetown, on or before a . 4 ‘ x : Dates, Bridgetown.
Bt ahs ia ‘ihe haa 1 ‘ ‘ to b the 19th day of December 195% after (d) To fail to give the Police of the district at least 3 hours notice | Montreal Halt i J
: alaries and Pensions paid} INDIAN SANDALS: Colourful and| at Police Court, District ont whieh date I shall proceed. to distribute ; ‘ ities . | ss, “SUNPRINCE™ as Novi a Pee eee ~
on behalf of the Govern-| fancy. Ladies hurry before all go, Shop| the ist day of December, 19 11 | the assets of the estate among: the parties | of the intention to hold a political meeting. 1 oe aaa . : 21 Novy, _ ov, fs 12 December
ments of Trinidad and Brit-| at THANI'S Pr. Wm Henry St. Dial 3466. | o'cloc! RIG shed crtitied thereto having regard to tht| Un Polling Day:— ‘POLYRIVER” 4 - 3 Jan. 31 Dec! 15 Samiany
ish Guiana on the 24th. in- 5.12.51—t.f.n | \. W. HARPER debts and claims only of whieh I shal! ; Fs ‘ ; ; i “A VESSEL” eee}! 9 ¥
stant ——— - - — - Police Magistrate, Di | ther. have had notice, and that I shalt (a) No intoxicating liquor may be sold or given away on licenced | CSSEL ‘ ~ 28 Jan, 2% Jan. 14 February
the LADIES' UNDERWEAR: In _ panties, 12. 51—1 ot be Nable for assets sb distributed & ; ; “i hours between ‘the waite too ee ere
12.1..51] slips, nighties and brassieres in large 5 : . premises or at clubs during the hours between the ope & UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE
} 5 S 8 F 8 “ny person of whose debt or claim I
ee variety at THANI'S. §.12.51—t.f.n — ———-~-—~ | shall not have had notice at the time of and closing of the poll;
OFFERS are invited for the} -—— — — LIQUOR LICE NSE NOTICE) such distribution ih Sala Aika st allow employees a period off of not less than From Newport, Liverpool and Glasgow
purchase of Cane to be reaped]. KIDDIES INTERLOCK Vv cSTS: A c . And all persons indebted to the said ( employers must allow emp!o; a pe ” | noaerrensnemntioe Bier
during 1952 from 121 acres of ferrin se Snelte for skins, sizes from The applic ation of 1 1 « tate are requested to settle their ac- an hour for voting (even though Thursday may be a half Expected Arrival
. 12 to rice from 69 cents up, at | Applewhaite St. G ‘ counts without delay : Dates
Government_ land at the Pine KIRPALAN#, 52 Swan Street nsasOR : oe . Dated this 18th day of October 1951. day). | ‘ Newport Liverpool Glasgow BARBADOS
Plantation, St. Michael. It is esti- 12.12,51-—-1n | at @ board and shingled shor shed WAKEFIELD PH¥LLIPS, (c) For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate:— ss. “SUNWHIT” 5 ; 9 Noy. 16 Nov. 4 Dec. 28
mated that the yield from this) ————————-————— |" ae neS ; : Qualified Executor, Estate of ; bee ak ee -- I Dee, i7 Dee. 28 Dec. 7 January
acreage should be in the vicinity | , LEATHERETTE EASY CHATRS suitable | Jineh ars eae e David Clifford Drayton, deceased. | (i) No person may supply, or use any bunting, banners or |
4 « Iffice and Homes $50.00 at Ralph dated th 10th a { Decemb ay ; ‘arin stssyepdesilppne eltteiaagstepateninantaocagctitoaaeedeaenaidipanacatiapaaaat eee
of 4,200 tons of cane Beard, Lower Bay Street. 12.12.51-—2n. | 7 C, W. RUDDER, Esa j a | flags on any car; | UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
Tenders should be subsrmittecl to | xxx ene Police Magistrate, Dist. “B ! y > i o pers ay supply or use any loud speaker or public 0 split eee tia
the Director of Agriculture, P.O OW CLOTH & CONGOLEUM—In very BERYL TURNEY NOTICE | (ii) No person may PPK . ae . F P } acid Expected Arrival
Box 505, not later than 29th of | !°v¢!¥ patterns. Shop for these and other : Cote pea ddiines | address apparatus in any car; | Antwerp Rotterdam Londen Dates, Barbados
avo, < household items at THANI'S N.B.—This application will be Zz SEALE | : ates idhiain hapa tl aie |
December, 1951, and should state| "° oe $.12.51—t.4.n | ered at a Licensing Court to be held eased (iii) No person may supply or wear any favour; eae ee REST" 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Nov. 14 December
terms and conditions of price, de- — cities | Paume Court, Diet on Thursday the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all (iv) No persons may, without sufficient cause, congregate | °° “MARIA DE LARRINAGA” 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 17 Dec, 2 January
livery, etc " STOC KPORT KHAKI DRILL: The| 24th day of December 1951 nt 11 ock ) persons having any debt or claim against | prey r : . 7 rs : 15 Jan 18 Jan 25 Jan & February
“_ r 12.12.51-—3n | King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast } 4.™ a wv affecting the estate of James Edward | within 100 yards of a polling station; A sl
12,5 dye, Reduced at $1.52 a va. Discount for ca Mariette, Dees ee ta ee ee (v) Electors must obey any order of the presiding officer or | gents ; PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
vyholesale purchase. S. Dia alice via . | 7 & i wn in a rf |
ANNOUNCEMENTS 66. ; 5.12.51—t.f.n | 12 12.51—I1r died at Baxters Road aforesaid on the constable, and if necessary, form a queue; )} << ES’
Sth day of April 1951 are requested to » ¢ ic ace f roe r
STRAW MATS—Fancy designs for bed- | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE, | %n@ 9 partivulars of their claims duly (vi) No person in any public place, polling building or road
$5 in goods and with your eash bill} "om at $1.64 each at THANI'S, 1 Heat re vs ‘ {N PUCLIOSE a BAHROW? eras Geen passing within 100 yards of the polling station may at- ,
: 51— n@ application of E « r. | JESE 3A A ur t 4D) | :
You get ® guese-coupon: how many ASAE SSOE | at” Christopher Girls ool ‘ JOSEPHUS DANIEL Qualified Executors tempt to influence a voter, or ascertain for whom he is }
_ in a Ph Ant can win ane STEEL GALLERY TABLE—Buy your-| {or permission to sell Spirits vl of the will of the said ames Edward voting ,
AO Fa oes ee ee ete 1 SHOPT seit a Steel Gallery Table Round $1450| Liquors &c., at asboard and shingled shop | Seale deceased, C/o Messre. Haynes & ; i
A, Oe tes .11.81--t.f.n. | ea. Square $17.50 ea. also Steel Chairs | situated near St. Christopher Girls’ Sehoo! | Griffith: Solicitors, of No. 12 High Street, — .
’ $8.50 ca. with Arms $12.00 in Red and|Ch Ch, within the jurisdiction of the | Bridgetown on or before the 16th day of = Se y
etnies anes a Greer At. Ralpt Beard. Ls . Bay | Police Magistrate, Dist, “B December 1951 after which date we shall! )
DENTURES- Have your Broken | Den- Bewen pitta Sabie Re oat oy 7H Dated this 10th day of December 1951, | proceed to distribute the assets of the | SEA VIEW GUEST H}
ean, Whe s ences oMskiltuly. repaired | — sonication nehontaee To: CG W. RUDDER, Esq » | deceased arnong the parties entitled there- 1 }}
in three hours, Square Deal Denture] 8-P.C.A. BANDS OF MERCY BADGES Police Magistrate, Dist B ; to having regard only to such claims of . Hi
Repair Service. Reed Street were sold out at the eens but may EXLEY ROACH which we shall then have had notice HOUSE Kt
nh 11.12.61—2n,] be bought at Johnson's and Applicant ind we will net be Hable for the assets H
the Advocate Store aoe each N.B.—This application will be consid ny part thereof so distributed to any HASTINGS BARBADOS i
1 Licensit *o o be he son © hos “bh a : a t
LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE] __ $n. | Police (Court, ‘Dist. “B", on Monde Snes have iad nol |} Under new management. LONDON }
The application of Wilbert Green off TOOLS—i1) Heavy duty Cireular Saw | 24th dey of December 1451 at Il o'clock And all per indebted to the said | Daily and longterm rates }
Pilgrim Place, Ch. Ch., for permission] (1) 12” Thickness Plane. (1) Lathe and] @.™ gee : estate are vr ed to settle their in MEDICATED quoted on request )
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., a| Tools; (1) Spindie Holder and Cutters Cc, W. RUDDE = tedness nt dela : ; rors Permanent guests i)
board and ized shop situated at} G. S. ROSS W.I, Rum Refinery. Dial 2978. Police Maytat - GWEMETH RUCKESS BARADY, wWDOROoePS weloome N
Pilgrim Place, Ch. Ch. within the 8.12.51—4n | 12.12. 51—]t es , . 7 eae hak i
jurisdiction of ‘the Police Magistrate of} ————-———_——_— rap ‘ beh a pe iat he ee gl i / - Dinner and Cocktail 1
Dist. “B" TOYS—s for yourself the Mobo| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE| Quilified Excoutors of the will o 3 parties arranged, | i$
Dated this 6th day of December 1951. | Magic Doll’s Push Chairs, also Tot Cycles Tr ; 11 | . aati oe ret 10,51—31 4 J. H, BUCKLAND, )
: aw y s isto at Ralph Beard, Lowe © application of R d Her 10.5 . ND, {
Molise Magistrate, Dist, B" ct ee ne eat Ellerton, St. George, for permission to | > nie Taste Good!... Do Good! Proprietor. } MW
WILBERT GREEN, oe — sell Spirits, Malt Lique &« at i
Applic TORNADO-—International K.4l. Beautt- | and everite shop near reside “| ADVERTISE — $a aN x
N.B.—This application will be consid- | ful condition, excellent equipment, good abil pas cee i (rns POPES SOSSOS. , | PDD SOS LELAP LAP POE BY AIR
ered at a Licensing Court to be held at] racing record. Cost $700.00 now $500.00, | | ated 1s Gs wn i 3 x) © S 7
Police Court, Dist, “B”, on Monday the} No offers, Hicks, Telephone 3189. To; < a Pre ooo ae Eq - } IN THE } If not saved but seeking % | % o )
aoth day of Decemiber 1961 at 11 o'clock | 10a | PORSN Madingeaia. Dive OT x Salvation, please write for x $ NOTICE TO OUR % it
C. W. RUDDER WATCHES: Very beautiful Ladies and Apt ADVOCA TE . x | % i}
Police Magistrate, Dist. “B’. | Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany N.B.—This applic i be ‘ FREE HooK x CUSTOMERS $ e i
12.12. 51—1n Gold Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each, | ered at a Licensin nirt to be he } * 2 | {{
You must sec them at THANI'S Pr. Wm. | Police Court, Dist. “B". on Monda | sncerediciaalrt ~ < Which Makes val ¥ : ity if
i PEASE RES | 5" chin al ot ch = || ae ‘ S|} ADVOCATE STATIONERY = |
I ie Naa lam 7 as ) < * f % - . .. ys .
TB BS BAHASA oe ok Se Sy Sent, BHP FOR SALE FR ota eg E/E moto ntaGan |
Barbados and sceneries of the Island rich | Pe i « {% b Elections on Thursday, 13th &
; anes. fon” ti%s 4 | 12.12.51—11 ae 9 Eue . ooo een? ¥
uw Christmas oa a gag pen eh ll a a ek ——— |}! x SALVATION % & inst, | Austin’s Menu Paar- x
31251-—-tf: | JQUOR LICENSE NOTIC! H saa % PLAIN” > g lour will not be opened, %
! BL NGAL .
| The application of Bvels Atwell « J : ‘ s, | gS ‘ + I, .
# the. Hinmnewety. erent PERSONAI [Workman St. George for permission to |{{ partly Stone and, Lath and S S._ Roberts, Gospel ¥ is C. M. R, AUSTIN x
uy More Cooking it AL ‘ell Spicite, Malt Liquorn dc. at a be 1 Dining Mak Livine nacrd, Vemandal Reap © sree, Beevion, 30 R Proprietor. |
and shingled shop » shedroof attact ' Toilet and Bath,, Garage. Suitable entral ve, ngor, NL %,
, More Work, but ., va than | MELONS re eT eee cio | ANNES Sh Mramkmans, Ot Goatees o5:, [{) at Reckley, about tee yarde from &: Ee %
she As e@ public are hereby warned agains Jatec his 10th day of December 1@ #Ea 4» ; +.
LESS WORRY when tiving credit to my wife, OLGA HARE- | To € W,. RUDPER, Esa r es CHE RCHILL = SS a — e
WOOD inee Hutson) as I do not hold | ice Magistrate, Dist B Stone Bungalow, cor ising 3
GAS FOR COOKING, |‘ pare er | tone Bung comprising
+ myself responsible for her or anyone else | EVELYN WELL | Bedroom. Dining and Living 7m
gontracting any debt or debts in my | \pplicant. 1% Room, Verandah, ‘Kitchen, Tollet DECORATIVE GLASSW “ARE
name unless by a written order signed | N.B.—This applicat a Oe wn } nd Bath, Garage, Situate at j ived
by me jered at a Lice t rele li: s. Christ Churet ust receiv |
Signed GORDON HAREWOOD Police Court, Dist. “B”, « day. th Maewens: GUNCREST a 5 |
M WEBB Sea View, St. Jumes, | 24th day of Decemb« VIE ete 1) Modern Bungalow son aprons Hh VASES, ROSE BOWLS, DRESSING TABLE SETS ;
e i > at ) 16,000 square fect of land, ETC., ETC,
———_— \ RUDDE 1}) ; doking Golf Cousse with viaw
STOCKBROKER. Fhe public are herehy warned Police BH oe 5 Wt -
a dow o t ‘ prising 3
@iving credit to my wife, EDLRE } 12. 12.51—1r 1 Med I i fame d Dining } CENTRAL EMPORI M )
Barbados Investments. (nee Eileen Sargeant) as I do not holt | meen wenn | HH Ror, KK Spacious Games Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.
nmeyself responsible for her or anyone else | ot {i Roor also Garage { 6
Oversea Orders Executed. contracting any debt or debts in my | =a Si1{} Servants Room with Bath’ and §{\ |
a) | rare unless by a written order signed . 11 ; } |
reet by me E teak. ‘“ . ‘ } i BUNGALOW
Tee bi : Signed HILTON KING To My Fellow Electors, } 1 $$) ckkey New Road: on approx- } |
ridgetown, Waveley “ty cof Br ] : ) , 19,000, square feet of land, | ®
(over Phoenix Pharmacy)- st. G City of Bridgetown Ash} (4 St dew Ubhedine. Geis
11,12.5 ) drooms, Drawing and ‘
Dial 4796. — Hours 9-3. ; Sih eitthen Offers will be considered for the purchase of the
1.12.51. *& Dear Fellow Elector, QI Garage’, Servants, |{{ above group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the
‘ i Sih) (tt and ‘ollet, an _
FOR SALE | I have tried to meet {ii{i © Laundry oF | erate dlaadea anak
|| HM RUNGALOW
SOOO SOODSD SI SODSS SOE, : ‘\} I Bedrooms, 2 with
ical 8 (1) Burner Florence Oil Stove 1} $4 do “apd: Bath "and | nny Faroe
(1) Pheonix Vacuum Cleaner my campaign, but due )))} 5} also a separate “t and Bath, |
10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH (1) Seven Tube Radio & Grama th 8 jee ie a ae ah {} x Hullng and Living Wacm. lares | Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. .. 305 713
phone Pickup. All in good © the large crease \ FRTAIGE Gh WEES ad, Tene } C
cree est_ and m ireenland &
ondition, Dial 3503 the number of Voters, } ite patio to the East, Kitehen Overhill approx. .. 324 644 {
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Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised

\\} and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as well as
D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, the factory produced

|) 4,352 tons of sugar, The bags required for the 1952 crop |

LEATHER
WALLETS

(
‘
000 square feet of
)
Bungalow situate at Strathclyde ;
comprising 2 Bedrooms,, one large
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rooms, Dining and Living Room.
enclosed Gallery, Kitchen, Toilet
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BUILDING

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ajo x China Doll Restaurant
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TO THE ELECTORS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND

BARBADOS ELECTORS’
ASSOCIATION

SOLICIT YOUR VOTES AT

TU-MURROWS GENERAL ELECTIONS

And Promise to Support the following Measures :—



FREE ENTERPRISE
RELIEVING HIGH COST OF LIVING
BETTER HEALTH SERVICES
IMPROVED WATER SERVICES
COMPULSORY EDUCATION
HOUSING
IMPROVED ROADS

me _ DEEP WATER HARBOUR

) “TOURISM.
THIRD PARTY INSURANCE
EMIGRATION
OLD AGE PENSIONS
PUBLIC UTILITIES EXPANSION

TO BENEFIT EVERYBODY

EAST COAST ROAD
LABOUR WELFARE FUND

AND ALL OTHER MEASURES IN THE
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WEDNESDAY UMIMBER II. 1*51 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PACW rHREE ADMITTING THAT THE TWINS ARE AN EMBARRASSMENT THIS IS HOW IHt REST tIT IN GIL&S explains his FAMILY TREE we shall I nitfwnd I BMI pi<**are AUI nadband If omky 10 put tnose (win* of hers on %  *OMUl ILK* :is* oe*n pnmea down it awt i a toot p-iMnn (i inu morning tie %  rl OUT for nu :militms of readers irwilci q %  of Delngs Who irmly. ne exception of Veia and ail tno*. :n the '^m named Cleoige, name* have to 1 efsneunt puu.. rrucn 11 . OTfparwl — b.[i t.RIMiHt en.rifvar I i orantfiiiM In ail iarga i -l-rays one who %  v :han -he nan. Carol ft* i > .t I %  the naashier and nut mar* rurmiAt "*an Use whole lot aut ntcnrt Mobodjr nan '**•> Me 10 i ui antihins an i-rous llv rWB I rmie *iir rh* intellectual ie „ George *ometxdv 01 %  look r#n* consider* ana iuench; i ed She ta A*priiw re aa nporunl to \ era a* orand* -n Clrandms. not it tn*m M Wha MaM 1.1 OH*. I i rrad evan I.mi mu 'rta'a aoou' -nUadrtr ft IRMI Ol W.l til H*H H i fhe I Maari ftKAMIV 111 .Hi n. la ihat n ta noreeroourstra. i % %  • %  Giles Cartoon Hoot aaa on Ml* in newsmen's %  i-ooKwllrn. And rhu 1M la only the i nnu* months, until OH plant! -begin to look shabby, then they must be pulled up and thrown away, Seeds can be planted straight into the bed, so there is no need l-boxes, and like most annuals they like a sunny spot la which to grow. Ones Bachelor's Buttons have been grown In a garden, seedlings arc sure to spring up all over the place, and these are useful for re-planting. In planting up the garden remember the Salvius -red, blue and white for they are a very decorative addition to any garden. The blue one especially provides one of our. few blue flowers. The snag about Salvla is that although It grows very cosily from seed ur cutting, it is troublesome to keep in order, and so it Is not recommended for anyone who cannot give their garden aoBM attention. For unless It is to become nn untidy eyesore the withered (lower spike* must be Imost daily, %  ] quite a job. Yet to keep the plants healthy and presentable this must ba done. After the plants have flowered lot some time they Itegin t. look thin and straggly. When this stage is icached they must be cut to the ground. y„ T )c up around the plants and manure and water well, and they will quickly spring %  gain. Sal via can be planted from seed or cutting any time of the •-ear. They grow well in I sunny jpot. or pert sun and shade. Phlox are lovely little annual* and should be more commonly grown than they are. They loo not difficult to grow, and requite just the same treatment as most annuals. Phlox grown from Imported seed do not grow very tall In Barbados only about eight inches high, and so they are more suited as border plants, or for window-boxes. The colours arc varied and are very gay. These plants will succeed in the drv months of the year, from December to May. From seed planting to time of (lowering is ten weeks Nuffield And Lord — Friendly Kremlin May Return Uder Neisse I .anils ket, set up tre m endous sales organisation'. Lord NumeUl. watching his success, allocated ei.000.OW 10 ml dOWa export pn<' for his own models. Three years ago. the* mule I truce. The two vast i jr-ni iking empires wenb) pa | I faeturv resources to keep down pfttM PEOPLE Will say* when ttaT* hear of the wreat Morrig^^^nm^mtS^J^ Austin merger: "Those two men together again— Nuffletd on the complicated financial strutand Leonard Lord. Surely they have been lighting each lure other for years? . With Nuffield aa chairman and I-ord /•" thre, long year, th.> met as managing d.rector-who will be top do* now" '! ^NoToK.y ffienWiS! well, just a-s much as the merger is not yet a certainty (it tiott -ml ri,end. but as buslnr*<. has to be C K 'd by 90 per cent, of the sitarelmlders), wt w m.i TogMbgff Iht) fac-d th. the coming re'ationship of the two men who control car pr-shiem of foreign competition. rhri decided there was uiie wai tsafa ti> get logcthei-. to mal' 42,000 workers and i • rnreproducing factories brilliant empires w irth K fiti.WMi.000 uncertain. Both are difficult men, truculent, obslmal engineering, but impetuous in action Hut both ni'n have on* quality %  rtasdl -hould make it smooth sjidtM busmr> llghl b.-tween the easy for Uie .omiug unnamed w, men—a light that went uii for merged motoruig empin-. That Ji ytars. a fight that was keen quality Is loyally ->nd ruthless but never I IttM Swls*tff it has worke.1 out That was In 1MB, when Lord had There waa the brilliant William **> n snapped up as works direcN BRM Umnnu to Morris who started a cycle busi-tor of Austin's. Longbridgc. bribe for West Gerness and built his first Morris car algai'.. ARTHl'R J. OLAKNl WASHINGTON. Dec. 10. United States experts on Soviet policv said they expect the Kremlin will eveiituallv offer the return of the Ode Germany as .~ !" —.. n---* mm uuiu nn mi moms cur ,, .„_.i_,. ... man "neutrality.'' in 1BI3 "' '"""<' Austin s building the They doubt however that the There was Leonard I-ord wh„ Mmo ,ypw of car ,ho1 nml been moment has yet arrived. Parted at 4. T a week on a ,n '^".trnenr for ****** German provinces east at the 12-lvour day in a factory **"*• "f redesigned the whole rivers Oder and Neifce were handB y 1931 Morns found hlnssau!?!!** ^ Au "" 1 no,lels ,vln '' ed over to Polish administration running one of the biggest car at the 1945 I'olsdam conference, factories in the country. And Poland regarding the decision landy-halred, alim Leonard Lord as a permanent cession, hat exwa working for the Hotchkiss polled v,rtually every German compnnf which Morrla bought up. Bm 0 c, • hostilities were over*. from thr — them a Transatlantic look „nd the alligator bonnet. TM war brought a business truce between them. hostilities the Lord-Nuffield battle began F86 JETS PATROL MIC ALLEY FIFTH AIRFORCE H.Q.. Korea. Dec in United Nations f Bit Sabreiets patrolled M.I.G. Alley" today spotting ten Communist M.I.O n jeU but none of the Russian bull 1 plan--, offered to light, ftiui weather over moat of Koreu limited Fifth Airforrsortiw. And that is just what Is about H fnssU tgO men—perh;ips Vrtth Sli huppen Austin's and Morris SJ John Black, of Standard^, the ana] greatest motoring brains in thAnd how do you think Iht] v ill make a do of it and r) mi tugciiii" .irs work without friction together. of deep contcmplir —L.E.H. Tkttti a SLSCO Ptuntiat rvttu purpose SISSONS BROTHERS COMPANY. LTD ._ • Mu rAOets — ssorhrd by T. Co (*•*Uv CMMtt Si gSJ rtorkarta Paciory. M U Hull. a W HiMokm. •an Ca l.ia T J. Sealy. oattsS roiindry IM WaUlna t, Oi Ltd -nS IM B'*- K*f'""l MM ai 1 p m Ordinary MJMI a* v :* p ir> on W.IUlh Dkrmlwr IMI MAflJI fat firniada JM Trlnld..I I" ti.M V T nWHADAH Will Iw cled OnVr a> untlr. I.i I u Out Morns waa still the boss. Ann, very much the boss, and three .. „ years later Leonard Lord, then N f ld u-plie, with the new only 39, Ihrew In his hand. Ifc-llt.e and *! -UtM R.leys. Lord People talked of a disa K n <-n.-i.t r out with two bigger rDOdSBal in the boirdroom. Ivird Nuftlcld w Sheer-line and Princess aatonna said nothing. I-oyalty again. And NuflleW brought out the newMXL ;.ll thai Lord would My was:T niodels. and Ihe.new Wolse"I am pig-headed, and Lard '"' Nufliehl had his opinions. There Laird brought out the "Atlantic" was no row between us. A few Club convertible, which Is a dropminutes after we had decided to head two-seater. NuftVld. before break our business relations we this, had Introduced the new fcforh.d a gin and French together." %  %  Minor a wlrard eight-h.p. car. And Lord, never to !• iutThe Flffht done. IntriKtured the A40 sports. Less thsn 13 months later Lord Then, al the lait Motor Show. h. Nunield was looking around for .. announced Ihat Au-stlins would man lo handle his 12,000,0011 Tru-t br 'ng back riafiir Seven saloon. Special Areas. '' olnl COUnaar POlnt all the time. Whom did he choose.' Leonard The Truce Lord, of courao. !rd went to North America as % %  year Inter there staited soon as the war WSJ over, studied ;.# 'f *mlvr it-ae nsui li^ln lu.i-we-she. %  n.*t%  • %  •:.(( MI i .nHi,n-nd\ raOoriaMstj io repU-.-du •ahtegi "Oil -rn-nd ( rrserj A l Of 'Onssat' CeeS make, the lighter rinal much mmr aOUISSUBg and ri>ilalirin|, t dclav rhr haprn rsprrience. •CNsshaM' i old >• BSSBBI m (want I Just add -Ovahinr t U m,Ik, or milk and Uf, and mil TTlm %  TnslaV or fat %  .h*Ler. (U l K The Ideal Hot-weather Drink .v.,,.. h.. aa. ap i--. i. .n ... .-. aajj ., ilinai lnrhKlnaiTii pi rinr O^hin* i -• %  l Vou -.1, rr.,.-. iaM asaase aadda iinguMhad llavuwt MADE Y THE MONKS Of BUCKFAST AIHI PEARL laitalinn Jrwrllery Pearl necklaces fiOr. u* Pearl I irnim-. Tic. up. \I.MI < IfORUtS. HI: \( I ITTM ETC. Plus a wide variety af CoSllime ji %  i-Hi r v Al Vour Jewallers Y. lit LIMA A CO.. LTD. 20 Broad Street fTMIEIR rgoorl looks tell you they're juM ngaf. You know, too, when you look at the price tar. that you can't pet finer value. Illustrated is a Full Brogue Oxford. Tied lu every pair is the John White Guarantee Shield—I he %  ign which means *ysl righl'! Ixiok for it in leaiiins utorrin Ilarhadoa. made by JOHN WHITE means made just right TAKE HOME A BOTTLE TODAY "HIGH QUALITY LOW CONSUMPTION


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PAGE rOVB BARBADOS ADVOTATI Ml-DSKSDAV. Dl< I Mill It 1-' *>"• 1 BARBADOS *. ^-9 rraut % iii AJ....I. Ao\v3^rrE t— -i %  l. Kr... l Wednrula.. Herrmber 11 ll iiirnox EV1 TO-DAY is the eve of Barbad elections to be held under adult ilftllrlfg Individual politidcM and (he two main political parties have told the people in speeches, pamphlets and Press their reasons for seeking out Vf What do the people? think of the politicians and the political parties? To-mori-..w's votes will provide the answer to that quMtfc B The Government spared no pa] ensure that all entitled to vote should have the opportunity to register and despite the refusal of ".042 to make use of their ration of 14,084 voles, the impressive total of 5.39 did renistcr This means that 191.878 votes can be cast to-morrow as compared with 33J99 votes cast in 1948. when there was no contest in St. Luc. We!l informed political forecasters anexpoctinp, that between 60 and 70 per cent of those reRistrred will vote, but it is impossible to I predict accurately the result of an election where uStHU are registered as compared with 29.120 registered in 1948. The only reasonable guide to the politi' cal forecasters would appear to be the candidates themselves. Of these the Elect' ors Association are providing 19. the Barbados Labour Party 17. the Congress Party 2 and eight are classified as independents. If numbers were all. conclusions might be made from certain inferences that can be drawn from this array of candidates. But numbers are not by themselves reliable signposts. The important thing to remember is personalities. Barbadians, despite the all out efforts of the Barbados Labour Parly to make them party conscious, still vote for a candidate because they like him. There is good reason to believe for instance that Mr. Mottley or Mr. Lewis would be elected to the House of Assembly independently of the support of either of the two main parties. Mr. Crawford's seat in St. Philip would appear to be assured despite the diminution of his party. Mr. Allder's seat in St. John seems just as safe to-day when he is independent as it was when he was elected in 1948 as a member of the Barbados Labour Party. But the existence of two-member eon-" %  iiiuenries gives still wider scope to the voter to show his contempt for the party system. If peoples' statements can be believed, and there is no reason why they should be doubted, then many people are going to vote for two candidates who are pepBHentSjtJwa of oppoitng political parties. Another factor which will have a decisive influence on to-morrow's voting is the apathy and indifference of large numbers of people who are registered, but who have as yet no intention of going to the polls. Some registered voters openly state that they are not satisfied with any of the candidates offering themselves for election and are therefore reluctant to vote for any of them. These voters are drawn mainly from the highly educated classes and their failure to vote might have considerable influence on the elections particularly in St. Michael where many have already refused to register. But lack of enthusiasm for the candidates costing forward is by no means restricted to the highly educated. There are large numbers of others who distrust politicians' promises and avoid polling booths for this reason. Domestic servants, farm labourers, dressmakers and housewives who comprise the majority of women voters in Barbados are noted for their independence and resistance to politicians' wiles. They have registered but it remains to be seen how mam will take the trouble to go to the polls to-morrow. The signs of indifference and apathy are not of course healthy signs. They are greatly to be deplored. A people does not always get the government it deserve. The evidence of Communism, fascism, and national socialism are too obvious reminders of the falsity of this dictum. But a people deserves to have the government it gets, if that government has come into power by reason of their apathy and indifference. Reasonable and educated people are still discussing whether party government is a blessing or a curse to this island. Arguments for and against exist. I'v the vital Point for voters to grasp is that they and they alone are responsible for putting representatives into the House of Assembly. If they cannot find politicians to represent them a.s ideally as they would like to be represented they should at least make up their minds which of the two political f arties they would like to sec in power. f they decide in favour of hooping the balance even, then they must vote. But If the most educated classes and the v men who are in the majority abstain from voting they will prove titai „-**;]t suffrage was in advance of its day perhaps, but they will have to put up with the government they %  • The election is being run on party lines. All registered must vote to-morrow News From Britain B> DAWIt itMl'M .:M..I.. i ,. tome of Ibc bM Scotchl LUNLKJA taxpayer* of the world mul wage whi-ky. It cannot b* don*' Now .ghl against initials. the .rade* ha, issued an official has had to scatter its forces imBack home in lnrkn artel 1 forwarning to those who wander) mediately. Anllium Idea kl ID rig T travel. I llnd two rebels hav ..round at this time Oil *l Home. I met his sen.iiu-irwi.inaba *Jra> -earch of a bottle for Chrtsimas. Mr. Sclwyn Uerd, in Paris wood, the wild man from Clydeit warns that the drink U mostly | last week, at oos. aide has been gtven a peerage as exported—to Canada. UnsempuAnd tt* •' last art of Mr. Attire's Govlous traders arc templed to sell I Secretary John .Foster, was pa And lienjamin Bntten smaller bdttle* of th.nned whisky that way. ra toasted as the remarkable Hrltat higher prices. Visitors to Hritbourg, when ompoasr <>f 11.. Jlin should beware — and know Sir David Maxwell Fyn>. b snee of his strange tha( there are other l.pples availtelling the guthen.' BBBj lludd (An.1 this M M ble In quantity. 1 legislators the Isles*. Churchillian a man who was a consci -nllous view on United Europe. (fa A art imp and rebel I'lililtrians Settle Dawn .Jdcntally, it is rarely .. H .treme L^ft) *--,.. -—"— • at. Secretary leaves borne,. Olnci The old Men of the day when J^*J*f *?.'* .^ !L l.yttellon .or Malaya: Alan LOOthe witty Lady A**../.KT^tlsS^IVnm fa. oyd tor Tanganyika soon lo straight,-,. David KtttWOOd I 55 "^K X o %  th ne.governmc.il.; doing some Ue is Wing retold. Hcpl,c d the '* !" r/" %  %  Cona.,v-,,ve Party. travtUlngto drover its responsitrenchant Scot "And the noble according to all lad.cat.oiis, faces and commitments, lady will observe that my tie .. %  W tough year ol ....-ten heAnlhony Eden gave the press, the only crooked tning about rne"\ '** %  %  !" decision *" -•*" waiun* iri boredom in a Confer•*•"' to follow a "moderate ence mom on the lne l^ndon Times does not policy. Probably this means that lively few minutes of h.s often claim a joum-lbUc -coop. America will be puizled at Brill* (time ""our hundred newspaperHut it has an old tr.iditn.(i from Conservatives keeping on control. rnen'were waiting for the delegates "' %  • century ol conunaailon--andleven thinking ofsome me rftiTSJk A.i.nt.i I'M %  %  u.•<<* Sreat travellers lo go out But there would be only i a %  2muL 2 unknown places and repo;. of melng the present crisis oe.ltllT—1 iln iiThr-v IP m fur Ihr TUnea, and the Tiaai. ion of Britain. One would bv %  IwflviuDoatkK*' Anth.M T 111 Iradllton thrum in dvflutlon. some uMmiiloymcnt. !< %  *: rompUlnMUwurwniMtion. which the remote oarte of the world— uuddtng. Co/dng compact body of end ha. been badly djmng.-d by and other, up. It would be ire. hiirti delcatn warn now to over'he uae of cable and radio Writer, cnterprtoe" and rUky — and whai l.,..le.l with aviCT that ll Man *• Ttme. expert time to think „ w ore. the ,Trca!ury expertlo h,' like Kldiaulnil %  public -In which the, „,• lakah I aay. It would n|>kr B.il..in in... U.. .. he -id -a hundred lalen to Ihe nearrM Irlemaph l.ke rrance. unable lo fulfil her re5j^wScTSn. J '"-n-hj "*"'•; Th.. I nt nieeinit WJ. in Otl.iwj V 'per, indo-d. commissioned Mani^ susierity, control and the recipe lo go and discover the preM l--ff.re — with some special January. Will an-thc-: hundred limed in l.ivincsione It wee Ceitservellve frills. *gVgsU-*"""other hundred rather ... this tradlU Thb moderate Conservatv< ne^sperri.er.-mak.the trek to Bhl|rton iiMkn to aeprogramme U causing a good dea' of hi* journey towards th'' of worry in the Labour Party. The International organisations h^ %  r v ' tcs An oddities is how a depresi t ts necessary, but the rank an. iR.HM In Paris i nollcci '•' >he South of Evrre-l beflic of the Labour par.y would Although the Organlwtiun for tween peaks 20.000 fret high a .Ike to go In and attack wlih all Riroiicor. Economic C(H "" whh mBn h ** a !" flailing The result ll ii linked to the Marshall Flan and never before looked — should be a paffaa of tempestuous and ridicuf.oiri^llv ends next July 1 found named Ihe Western Cwm This lous all-night sessions n Parliaworkmen still building llm. flnItrenge word is not Indian. >r ment with Em-nuel Shlnwell offtce Mocks in a fashionable Part. Tlbetar but Gael II a only trying to play the Hrebrand again district near the liols cle Boulogne demonstrate th* ambition of the The much-herald^i rise of AneuIn the basement, I was told. I" ; %  Scot. rm Bevan has not yet begun publishing house and printing I have been plagued with there is worry in llcvanilo quarts for turning out the publleavisitors to iirituin agtglng me lo gel ten. The Japs Are At It Again The-y 3lilil Live In The Sun lliil I'lie> <'hoo*ae London I'-. m \ l i:l BAXTUt LONDON. S UM E us i. ; lives In the South ot France, where, like the gui.wuma.i, he hi BOB in the morning and the moon at night Somerset Maugham has with editors and ben. so he can live where he UkSC. With all these advantages he has taken %  < %  clektof There ii nothing mot ing than one fine day after another. It stultlfl. mind, reduces conversation to chatter, and numbs tin* urs-e of high ecMeVl Kevtards t.i.-.u Failures Many nOU of u> who aaa*i within the magic %  one**) n.tie which has'TrafalgarMin.ire as Itg centre are like the keepers of bazaars in a M.igdad. IV.l I % %  11, •wmetinM-, except Stalin, oi ITOUMe. mid even he might turn up one day. Here we have wits, uulitioians, actors, authors, bookmakcri and book putp-ui agjce. If he puts on .i crumpled suit in the morning it would be without a wrinkle by gumec time. He used to rush his speeches uulil he was hoarse. Now ne speaks with calm awureiiee, M he knows th-i i.i has arrived. THE pundits w.y that i .alahad ii.l i.andht. determined to force peace upon the world. Even the SocialKIlislen u. hir .ilh David Accepts The Challenge BY em look at •in unknown youth who invaded the magic square I *eek. His name Is David HuUci Lutyeru, I gee-d-grandson of Bulwer i.vtton a grand i alteet and a godson of Baroness RavenMiale. whn Owed |S inherit the title Ironi hei lather, the UM t'ur/oi. who was irreverenlly culled Butt %  lattr%  vt ii Ni: Mi i ityetM is at ihtford, where be has taken home imprrdng degrees but has turned playwright H "Judas Ise.tnnf i, now being st Martin-inthe Fields. I have not seen the pie] but have read It, Thee* striking talent here. '!> the defects of immatui 1'erhaps he lacks Uje eoeas, ntun touch, but he has brought tus ware to London, for tins Li the erarhri BUI'l'in. ni.irki't. Bridging The (.ulf WHILE Lutyens cnaJJengct the F.tles, an older youth. Pet) IMinov. rights to mainpoMiion. His problem is how to bridge the gulf between success and failure While his comedy "The Love of Four Colonels'" ii playing to capacity he launchee 'The Moment of Truth" at unoth.r t l h.eves the impossible by using the theme of Laval 'lain in the last war. end almost completely eliminating the eU tm-ut of drama from il. Fven Marx And Lenin TIIK trek to London pew ends, and never will. )< %  skv. whose revolution pitthet of Ui BoflBtv tn lli. came here a lew years ago. rtnd we had dinner together. "I gave Rueata Bee months of freedom,'' he said, "and a nation that has known freeilom for even five months will never rest until it has freedom again." Laiy Karl Marx lived here in exile and wrote his plan for world revolution in the British Museum. Lenin found refuge in London. nPd then went back to give Communism to the World. London repulses no one. THERF were four bov* named Alfred Harmsworth. Max Aitken. William Berry. and Owner Berry. None nf them was horn rich anH "one we* an Enllshraan. On ws half-In-h one Canadian; two were Welsh. But they came to London and founded newssjapcr dyn%  /htek changed thru names to NorthclilTe. Reaver* i '' and K-m'Icy There is no city in the world o rewarding to success or so unsentimental %  bout failure. NOT even the crowds in the Colosseum watching the lions devour the Christians were less moved to pity than Londoners are when uccess turns against those who once commanded It. rlr. Weston Comes Back bl i aomcr-rct gtatlgnaiii i il Ui UI iv .,i..ilny in.... gUe baa ueciucu uiai n* oeanot uve in the eun ...>. \MIO1C year round. Uameld Weslon has v>iablisncd kingdoms of linance in America and Canada a> well as here, and has elab.i.it. tiomes In various places. Yet he has decided to lelum here lo live. I wonder why. The < means lit Ikto him, poUttM bored nim when he was in Parliament, opera has no lure lor hiin, and h is not given lo intangible dls%  L.-.-.lU.L PSRHAPS, though, he Is movrd by the echo of history s footstep* on the London streets, by the majestic sweep of the parks and the muttered music of the Thames as It saSlces lt B way to the sea. There is something that lurv him back again. —L.E.S. Ollt III MMIIS V\Y: t U'fi/rujn' IVVii's LONDON, Nov. 30. Alarmed by pgegaptcll ol Japan's resurKent ndustnes trying tu capture the world's markets with cut-price t-xports, a powerful t!roup of British Conservative M.P.'s are pressihg for the establishment of a new series of international commercial agreeju-nts expressly oinding Japanese business M respect copyright of pattern and design,! it u learnt tonight. The lirst step HI ims .ampaign to preclude possible Japanese "unfair competition they hope will be taken by .vlr. Churchill himself when he visits Wash.nglon early next year. Churchill, it is &u".tlfsted. will contact the State Department ^nd the Department for Overseas Trade and ..take representations asking for support ol te British ponitlon. Approaches would then -d made to Commonwealth countries and .'.her States interested that Japan's trading main-, "lair". These would be prelinun.ies to negotiations for new agreements, hen, it is argued, if Japan, after the peace : |gjty*i ratification, openly trangresses the .'W pacts, economic sanctions would be imposed. These, agreed by all the signatoru-.. ITOUad .ost likely prove decisive. Ihe most effec.ve would be the withdrawal of credits for aw materials and machinery. This would ause an almost immediate drop in factory %  input. Further, if Japan made use of "sweated" .hour, an appeal would be made by interesti competitor countries to the International ..jbour office and the United Nations. And, ider the agreements, Japan's exports would >3 allowed no artnicial subsidies — (Jovernenl or private, direct or indirect. Britain's M.P.'s and industrial chiefs .ihse that, although "unfair" breaches ol opyright could be eliminated by joint interlutional action, the basic problems posed by t.wer costs uf Japanese production cannot -• solved by international pacts or sanctions. The Japanese worker does not demand the -KKI, clothes, houses expected in the West. Co meet these factors of competition, British ndustrialists recognise that they must now inploy greater mechanical skill to step up nass production, concentrate on quality ashion and design, to export top quality ;oods out of range of the majority of Japan's inducts. They fully know that in cheap quality ;i>ods which undersell Britain's produce, apan will find immediate buyers amongst ow-income peoples of Africa and Asia. The imple reason is that these people can only uy at the lowest prices available. Further, there Is a growing realisation liroughou** the Western world that underleveloped countries must be given the hance to buy low-priced goods to raise the tandard of living and help halt the spread if discontent and Communism. Aligned with this is the recognition that Japan must either export or fail to support ler quickly-expanding population. However, t is believed that Japan herself will, within i few years, be faced with the bitter price if cutting competition. Some experienced Jritish industrialists argue that, man for nan, the Chinese factory worker is just as killed as the Japanese. When China's inlustnes expand, become mechanised and nanned by China's millions, they foresee a lew Mood of consumer goods spreading miss the world. Citing the production of heap cotton goods as an example, they mint out that manufacture first centred in iritain in the last century, then shifted to \merica, then to India, now Japan. But *on. they say. China will be the world's heapest producer. The only basic solution, they stress, is to ncrease the purchasing power of Asia's .xiverty-stricken millions to absorb the flood For both Tory and Labour leaders recognise that "fair" economic expansion of Japan or ol any other developing country cannot be forcibly held down by unilateral measures %  HBOOKS WE Have A Wide Range Suitable /or— CHRIST MAS P RESENTS \mo in; SIUIOMIIV hobby—here they hid the truth Street beginning fmm C F Har~"*J ~C •" il'er* I" a, awa&wsys ^ -""^TT^ £z mpoMd by any !m e %  .1'".-^i•^.,!::^'!.^. .!::.^' "• d ln EsJKcTSJTgniiSo? S ml J 1 ^";** "^• v h n bun " %  T.. Th, IWrrm BdUer, ;/, .1 ,r .....;.. Ihe lorthrontlni MeeUo. pimteea^rW^anen^mVre.' c'" f*t '"t,'"^ ""' "? ""^S! "-"• Thr InbornP,n, in SjlrojjI,,,,,.,,,,, g, ,'^Z " Sk '„" ,!&$£ M ihmk 'icT r.igeuus bid for power and dictati,oruim. amt o1<.rv r !" u u .. .'tHirseives and think. Some korte began their propaganda on LeTvg* wJlf jSinW '/ to floor walkers %  wttchad .ff to "back pay'' and 3. Colour—thi, they took at %  n m n c "Whn part has the nw (and I hope Anally) "rolour." Iheir third and irk'e.| lit>,..f 'f 1 ftour !" £ iJayed In th|s* 1 iim Kiting to deal with these attack. A storm of abusr '" u '"' A shlr fctorv i'iiiil> thrown at the white oeoule—trhe h "* J U5 D< n 0 P*Tied in Lucas %  iv was at one time all P">P of T little i*innd the SXrrr < Tn help many of our girls "gerg to plant pea trees around the hedgeOVj ihe 'world—not Barbados P^'Ple on whom the Islands nd boys. Why not encourage, rows J am pleased to draw to his attention ,*line There were KuroiM'iin pn-penty de^-tui more of these people to do this slaves and negro slaves— white. ,n " r money for the benefit of all instead of abuatng them and vollow, brown, black. It wn. wilhnui Uwm wh.i wnuld wi tentng to thn.u ;.ll sshlt* ..i-olishcd in the Ilnllsh Kmpire la Th *> "H '"' l >rhundred people |oto the seethe reign of OHi •' lonp ta UM A. „ woman with children, blessed m. >*land. boys and girls. I warn you if you veai* ago but slill existed In man* 1 Beni niui ma foi .. te* D*S> aliotv this evil doctrine by the I of ihe world among mentto mi m win. boU) our l-ahour Partv candidates lo upset P'peOD peas around the head-rows in all Meld: Ihe Spanish and other rssres. The fchools^ Who built our roltogvs*> your sane and good Judgment. u f canes. The carrying out of this Order is SIR,—A recent correspondent to your newspaper sutmested tiiat legislation should hi iiKirted requiring estate owners and manthat such legislation already exists and that under the provisions of Aritcle 4 of the Local pOOsl Production (Defence) Control Order. VM2. No. 2. estates are required to plant Labour Party is impressing upop Who gave the hunaV ta-lassd wtU^b* 7 u^ide^do^and under the supervision of the Department laid the foundation by when you turn your heads you Atfrirultun? the ignorant tlav-< that wUta peuple modi Ing them whirl I na after could wil! ass* "where are ohose kind batpT Thev I Ma people arara | buildwill ba gone! Atus. u win be too %  u mothers, d no good us it hate enterprise. They aay no fathers, sons and daughters read is based on untruth. [tor and think | i! Back paj ami ahat BMOI Ik up Broad MAKCUERITK JOHNSON. December ll. 1951 J. ROBERT PETERK1N S*-crotary. AgricultUrs*J DA COSTA & CO., Ll I). Ballot Paper VOTE this Way Gold Braid Rum X Other Blends Top Notch Rum X These do sonictliiru: Wonderful lo vou. Stock up Early lor Christmas (CODDARDS)



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'ACI 11 '. BARBADOS ADVOCATE WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1951 TO THE ELECTORS THROUGHOUT THE ISLAND BARBADOS ELECTORS* ASSOCIATION SOLICIT YOUR VOTES AT TO-MORROWS GENERAL ELECTIONS And Promise to Support the following Measures:— FREE ENTERPRISE RELIEVING HIGH COST OF LIVING BETTER HEALTH SERVICES IMPROVED WATER SERVICES COMPULSORY EDUCATION HOUSING IMPROVED ROADS DEEP WATER HARBOUR TOURISM THIRD PARTY INSURANCE EMIGRATION OLD AGE PENSIONS PUBLIC UTILITIES EXPANSION TO BENEFIT EVERYBODY EAST COAST ROAD LABOUR WELFARE FUND AND ALL OTHER MEASURES IN THE INTEREST OF The PEOPLE And Not The PARTY



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-ESTABLISHED 1895 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12, 1851 PRICE: nVE CENTS MOSSADEGH RUNS INTO TROUBLE i I AHA \ISOI* OAUB ; I Alsop C. % %  I . Ian night. %  Valence Oast, bNia Bart .,-.,Advocaw. I860, she was the %  lift-. When thi* %  real help ii> tau %  %  %  til few %  %  and took .... the running of Uu %  %  union and President of the Committee of the Almalr Sue leavi • two son*, the lion. V C. Gale and Mr. C A 1. Q Deadlock In Truce Talks Not Broken PANMUNJOM. Kon r> I The Communists have rejected a United Nations proposal for iho exchange of war prisoner* during the Korean They also refused to disclose the location of thrir prisoner < ..mj.or permit international lied Cron representatives to visit them, unless the Allio* agree to free all of the 120.000 Hed prisoners during the true-. Tho Reds at the look baek an offer, made unU few hours earlier ul'boni Communist stand in twin simultaneous Sub-eommlttee meetings in adjacent tent* at Panmurijum left the armlstli negotiation-, : -till deadlocked with only 16 days remaining before December 27th, tintarget -ear an aaaaamfH %  — %  -Hole Favourable Work The day's MOle favourable development was the sudden Cooimuni-t agreement to the appointment oc a few Sub-comwar prisoners and th holding of itfirst as* But the new group ran Into %  iininedi.ii North Kon .n Ma %  I U am il Lea Sang i sad the scsaion with the proposal Mi at all war prisoners of both ..sed after an armi*':. -ml. all prisoners possessed by ftM should he relensod. ill prisoners and let them khan 100.000 u.N. K man troops, including about 11.000 Americans are missing in action, and the Red: have refused adamantly to say how many of them had bee captured. — I:.P. Riots Break Out In Iran Parliament Deputies Taunt Aged Prime Minister TEHRAN. Dec. 11, men) and OpI eiii.ii Mhmmed MOSBAit ol hen I injured in. rtotinn beajid Oppotutl I .is the open 1 i %  rtJa moi turn. OuvfaTIUMftt was bitteilv ... km up lighting 'inside the i kllleo. i %  bagan. \ M. -.Mle^li Shouted Down Trurk loads ol helmeted armed ii on to guard the! I Majlis, when the %  ,' %  -. even after the lirst lighting had been quelled. Mossadegh went lo the Rostrum lu speak, he was rcpealcd%  %  •'l down by Upposifion Deputies who are camping in the Majlis building in fear of violence US," Ofted the on leadei. Jamal Emami %  %  hall out of here." 1-ct me speak lirst. and thai judge 11 I'm at fault.' M oss a deg h cried hack, "if Pn at fault. 1 II resign. let out. get out," they shouted Inue in} struggle until the -Nadegh eried from the having made hi.pooch. \il\ ut ;id Rrlief Fund I •—. IBM Ik* A • % %  hi*' I%  XHISM Tim I-. Mr A Mi. U W J.,| Mi Ki>| I i c a c The "Bully Boys' n.irged that Mossadegh > |'%  sjbli' ii. i .ill l.n-al disturbances and lawlessness Iranv. Id*. He said. "You. who have no leaped for law and order, what ean >ou report to us?All you ear you and your Govern' ment have done is to murder and %  barged that an Opposl lion Deputy had been attacked by Mosaade-kh "bully boys" only that morning and repeated that Mossadegh had forced the country to rum and chaos. The OppeMtmA Tjsputy. Mea-ii 1'rnsteh, icpeoted that no security existed throughout Iran and that Mossadegh's Government waa impUeatad in the blood) noting last Thursday. KUSSIA USING RELIGIOUS LEADERS LONDON. Dee. 11. Informeu sources said Moscow makes increasing use of rcligtou %  all denominations foe political and propaganda moves. They said that an unprecedented xeept for rel" Um *!*l ' ,0p ri,n *"Ul BBUrel men itself including m Roman Cath In Illshop took ait active part in the work Imports: of Seotch will be inof the recent Soviet All Union c ^?? d -.' rom WMWQ gallons to! Peace Conference in Moscow —0>. More Scotch — litfi Not For Scots LONDON, Dec 11 %  rill be SO0.000 more r Seotd tXt year rxcrpt I Scotland Itself. jits of Seotch wi tl from B.850.00U i IU3.'.rtufMi gallons —U.P. 92 Buildings Damaged rirTH AlBJORCI UBADQUAH I nbi, Koran, Dec. li. T|IC Kill. u ll .nrrUaa during today. Pilovclaimed us destroy%  %  6 p in. 9'i MlUdlngs, 41 vehicles. 13 rail cars, four supply dumps, one rail bridge, in Held piece.-, two unti-aircralt peali bunkers and throegun%  %  Rail lines were cut in 77 places and approximately 650 troop ras—|M*. Spaak Resigns Europe Council „,. „ STKASBOURCJ. lJc. 11, The Belgian Socialist, Paul Henri Spaak. resigned aa President of Ihe Council of Europe Ascembly. with the warning that the movement for European unity la dvinu, I is resicnatum came amid the serious dispute here over the creation of a European Army and the method, supported '!",: Sl ^ le r,,r brin '.'ng Cerman soldiers into the defence of Free Europe. UmiPi r'-rcicn Ministers uf Kiant4-, Western Gennanv Italy. Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg were nwnlng In secret to-day. trying t Q patch up their Hispul 0W the Amy h-i,,,. n,.> Plan collapses I S. I'luntFIOH Over Hungary By XreUiont King Observes! Anniversary Of Accession LONDON. Dec II %  /ears ago Tuesdu) tbf eceded to the Tiimm ihe abdication <•! RU Idn brother King Edward VI | rbs Kins qstnt th.an %  iiuckingham Palace still i from hll %  ntta ago (or Usr retweval i %  luitg Hut bruinei Edwaieflagged warstni Kind will be 38 Friday v.' 1 a family partv "t the Palaee Consratulatory messages arrived from all over the world today and nemben of Uw Diptomc ailed t the Palaee Palace observe n believed that he dlasoluUon last night of the emnorary Pminetl Of State wa Further evidence of the monarch'* %  'vrrv *^>TTt hl tuna* operation P.P. and V P gjgjgjgggjgjggj collapses. 1 Prance, (lermany and lta flatly rejected the propvabi of |l Small Iwland Countrte for as. ti. t/i/ ilUDAl'EST. Dec. II. Hungary on Tuesday igSMtred i States request for tha .i Amerlcan %  irmen and retected tiw %  tatai claim that their atli Hatea An Force C 47 which was forced down by Russians flew ovei HunKsrv accidcn%  A foma] note was handed to the Budapest LagaUon of the I ittted BMat> Barry on Tuesday •iternooo. it A."a formal reply rt i i % % %  ,: dd 'in pilot rnJada .i rutvigattonal arroi and asked for i of the crew Ajnarlea's note denied eharges that the plane waa making the trip with the intention of aid Inn Yugoslav sub%  L_; .. i %  llull^.ti htnatai. till II \llt IIUIMM, FOII K.il'llAV l.llll> WAH'IIF.R* J"ffiifcn" '*aa*a ka0 af~trss* In KmliiiK ma thf pan low weak* *ea* tr^ aavs rsgfd la Mew Sotith Wiln iliss lu thp •ulxtuitn ol Sfdnry ltv limn rndrd hnntaleaa. aad tlon of KniUtgsi Chan*, iwanufnl natural rossmaUon. f.nwutfor it^ dona] B*mrT*tloii nasr BySustj. Dni and generally o l tiuiuir uf points of mutual inJtwieki uidudlna Korea, Judunetia A I.4WUU. Iran. Rgypl and othet Kill po.ii^ He said tnvy menUuoul Mmuar may the Colombo i'laii, and :. t ominoowitslth Twhnical A^aislance Prosraiumi foi suiua.lieuuiM. Southeast Asia. Cuaey said he planned to leave here Wednesday night "n hi. wav home stoppfng at Honolulu — v.r. ^ifXAR plied ill Salali uunt the BriUsh fiim tbe Csnal Zon being trained Oovernaksat to Erpms Kg^pliau Cabiitt 1 DisciItM ^r\ I'i'ain-iOf Kelations U.8\ W//,/. BE PHOUKIM, I ft! /V VtMKS AS MAM PLANES n 2 YEAM8 WASH Admiral Dewnt C. Itiimsey "f the Aircraft Asaoc Typhoon Wroaka IsUvpe On Inlands CAIRO.Dec.il. lTueso..y that" plane pr'oduetiou,> P* Cahtoat DM • |tlMfl %  ,.. • ear to W* %  aft very. ire BaTpU n 6.1S p.m. Cl.M.T. In special session | f ,-to consider Ute severance of re| to 2,000 al: laUons with Britain. The session opined at the close of the annual %  He told reporters that i-elebratlon of the prophet Moplanes may be 6 hammed's birthday at the luxurimonth one year from ous man lion is no Presidei / QmneO of t\ (io plane* Ministers. to increase tl • Premier Nahas Pa*ii;. I-ollee enforced strj from 8700 ,„ -ecunty around the building., jo.000. Several ministers arrived early paaslng through scores of news, These tlgures include fighters, man waiting on the steps. [bombers, patrol transports and MANILA, Dee 11 A typhoon U heading for th< lion predicted China Sea after battering the Ceniiroduetiuii ,rjl I'lnhppines for 48 hours, teav' 15 pers-n* dead and The t\ phoon UtNR in Hie "ii poacu bvropcau Arssy. i n c m Powers want atcn ol UM UUeag, whose lotun IIU>J be pooled f Iiavc a veto u> Uie Louuartuch Auuld "new me European Army. wiien Qsf| met bars touo at 1 i a.m. Uie roreigu MuiltUi. ol .1.. QeTfMltfi -ml iiaiice lOlu eir opposite numbers from iKUiuni. Luxemburg, and the Netnerbiiidk [bat the veto would not work m the Europe.R "No' A ..ni Uia Three No" de> aaitad the hopes for an early compromise between the two opposing blocs in dns first lull drat • foreign Ministers Conferemt on the project for a European Army of 4J divisions. Today's ecrel meetii, k tbe fate of the European Aim/, liuw Oeimany wiU be reiiisad and even practical European unity in the foreseeable future. Vital Points Two vital points art under dispute: How much power the Supreme Authority, which would ii-iidu the European army jhould bava The Low Countries want it to be a Council of Ministers with each Minister having Uie veto. 2 Whether there should be special European Parliament which could draw up a common military budget and control tha %  hole European Defence System. Tbe European Army would be part of the AUanUc Pact forces ider General Elsenhower. Although the Big and Small Powei firmly disagreed on the CounOa Pstge7 tlgypUan Envoy (kills On Eden U>NDON. Dec. II Th' Kgvptian Anibf.iiador \mr Pasha, railed on the Foreign KITI.IV, Anthony Eden early the Ambassador's reQlSSflt The Knreign Ofnee declined to gTve any information on the aubfect matter of the talk. The rail tame as the Egyptian Cabinet took under conslderutlon the possibility of breaking nfl diplomatic relations with Britain. —IJ.P. nthiw mi'nii* or t arm hundreds homalasi an Group wtlh winds exceeding i o/ifl. w m .p.h., then it weakened as it .'„, 'pasaad from the Philippines at Jl Staving seven desd bet Cross said 1000 house* ere destroyed or damaged — ti. A boy of three and a girl plane.*! of 15 were listed dener II Truman and his top advise! s nave derided that the chances of in early truce in Korea are reasonably good it was disclosed Tuesday But they also determined at a secret Conference Monday that the United Slates must be eady to resume lighting in all it >e talks %  if the lollil The President is understood to have emphasized that although there are reason* for guarded Optlirrtem, the United Nations Command must IKready (or any even-TJF Egypt Should Make Formal Proposal LONDON, Dec. 11 A Hrituh spokesman said Tuesday, |( Egypt sully want;. plebiscite to determine Sudan' future she should make a farm!) prop<*al and then withdraw tfa constitution she set up for the deputed country. That does DO' I even liien Hrlt.iui would b favour of an Immediat plebiscite before Sudan achieve* %  lf-*iovcrnmeni. .ml lhn*y Step* nuld indicate whether Egypt as serious about wanting plebiscite, the %  Mkaaroan said The Foreign Office OOBUftngd that the United State, asked the Urttlah Government for Its view on the suggestion ol pleblhc ll. Nati.Tin hy Fatyp'lan FOICI^I S.1I-I1 Kl Din Pasha. spokesman said Britgfaa and lh..f their known Britain regnrdeii Dln> suggestion as mini If only for the renv.i?it would withdraw British %  .. becomes self-governln. — v.r. LYTTELTON WILL SUCCEED CHURCHILL LONDON. Dae. I l The htieiAl London sh*SSSSM HUr .-.aid on Tuesday Prune Miulstcr Winston CaUirehill named Uw ateeictary of StaUfor tho Coloiuei. Oliver Lyttelton to succeed him as Minster of Defence. When Churchill forna-d Uie jew Government after tho rccenl %  lections he took on the extra job of Defence Chief but mude It rlcar that he would relinquish he post oiwe he considered Big 4 Agree To Resume Talks PARIS, Dec 11, The big Four unnuunn'l timl they agreed to ream* talks on outlawing the aimnic bomb and ou general dis.ii in.iint'iii in the new Uniicxi NdUons Commissiun. Britain immediately warned an.ni..; letting hopes lor disarmamenl lie raised "lal.wl> The United Slateai, Bi iiuni, fkttUM and Kuasia diaeluseu i^Hvmoiit in .. cummuiui|i'i ummurizing the (ailura uthciVMMul UIL-II ton-day oil TI to reconcile conflletlng EastVVesl views on •iisaimamcnt Bofk held out strongly for uiacusslou on liien iwu iciuis. Petiate uu Uo Big fV-ur report 10 the W nation i^htieai ( gstoad today by linn -h (U'iegjite Setwyii Lloyd. The debate la expelled to briT.g a Hi.. %  Ualii*'. the Wests dist pun, -Speaking for the Big Thi Cowet.. Lloyd %  aid U iltbough there was agroomenl in piKielpli wouk the job of Defcnie Minister whin he returns from hh VIM' ngton next month. The HUr said that Churehdl had decided Ui.it his successor at the Defence Ministry should dl t Itntaln's Production. B>BpU laalHtui. god Defence BjFgfgfni ith the greatest powei uf 11 %  .T.I lei i'.r L.K. WiU Goatimie To Fight MuLuyou Redia SINGAPOKE. DecII. Secretary of State for the Colonies, Oliver Lyttelton. said that Britain would not halt fightingj in Malaya until the Communists there were beaten and strongly indicated that the appointment of a Supreme Commander over the Military and Civil Forces was being comddered _u.r BOSTON AGAIJS STRIKE BOUND BOSTON, Dee. 1. The poil of Boston was Ue-d up in a second general strike Ln month as I *J0 Ar*L longshorcui' quit work because two of thear men were drasiged from Uu H home* and beaten after ihey i< fused to unload the liner Steel rlrer. A longshotemeu oAi the man wul not work until the SP-el rt>ar - taken out of i"i The strike affected ten Other vessels beside-, the Steel Flyer Longshoremen refused to en. I the C.I.O. picket Una to unlo.ni Steel flyer despite the proaast crew members Sri of the Sf-afan-r*' Union of AFL —i r E; Germany Make U.N. Debut PAKIS Dee. 11 The ghst Cerman Red Government m-ile iU United Nations dcbul with an A lo Z condemnaUon of Western Powers policy on Germany, especially the plan for a U.N "on the spot" Inquiry t<. %  ii ,ire possible Reds insailed n n the Immediate adoption of iheir Plan for a strictly German-cmdueted inquiry under the control of the Tour Occupation Powers as tha prelude to "freeelection.to unlfy tha divided couatry. belated appear a n c e of the fJBit Germans came three days after the West Germans accepted with open arms the Western Powers formula for UN Inspection. Israel openad the day's debate in the Special Political Comaslt%  brief "point of order* 1 decrying the failure of the Wast Germani in their appearance last Saturday "to express any 1 condemnation of the Nazi regiane"— murderers of at* estimated 5.WO.0M J-WS. Almost inimeii,.tvl the two East German speahei^j Deputy Premier, Dr. I>itsar Dole I told the UN. that the "New Ger-' many" he represented was de-' termlned to abandon the aggressive war ooufea f Bowed bv 'he -criminal II %  • He said that prnpoaal for a U N. Inquiry into the conditions of democracy in Germany would be tantamount to intervention In this domestic peaceful problem In Germany —vr. GOLD FLAKE



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PACE TWO BARDXIHIS ADVOCATE \\ll>Nr.M>\. lilt I M11IR 12. 1S5I Qcmib gaUinq S IR RONALD and Lady Garvey who had betsn in Barbados sine* December 7th Ii fi for Trinidad by way back lo Hnlwn I where Sir Ronald is Governor. Tticv sma guasta of k Seel, Head of CD. and W and Lady Seel of "& piurrh. Runway Expert* M R. JAMM CONNOLLY, Suplof Owwtruciiuii "' U"* O* 1 parUnenl of Transport. Canadian rtva LB l!.iibodo this mor -r.-A. He --££!"{<;A when a survey -of the new run|wv wi* made Mr Jamet t 1 1 a o n. Mr. Charlie John. and himH Hollywood Round-up rrim-i inm jjn'rii .inn %  r I I e g i o n a l a %  Meeting. I vw Of T-#sry < COMDR AND MRU H ROI.RROOK •4 from RniUnd on Monday by Uir %  UriiadoAeaoanpanyioi will be Mr (Johnston*who was last In Batihla year 'otaatoi e on* or TCA I.— i ....II, smnlvt Engineers. H* made the prelhninsry M.rvev Vf H P M SIIERIXK K, Vicr.md lnapectlon of the prr-rnl run1*1 I'mii-lpol of the Unlverslt. way at Seawell before II wii College of >'ie Went Indlaa construcied. Barbados on Sunday ft* Trinidad • ml Mi (loll! to Trudy 8*hll who srriv on their tlitl. vlalt to First Of A Seriei Sixth Vi.it Cocktail Party |"ON. D. Ii SANCSTZR MlflBT for Social Welfai DagHily Leader of the Jamaica tabour Parly Is giving a Cocktail •*,. Party al the Marine Hotel | rven.ni; on behalf of the Jamaica delegation lo the R Bronomle Committee Meet Antigua Viait \MH. GKOFFBKY CROWTHXR, iI E-lHor or th.E e oaia ra ia t who orrived in Antigua on Wednesday. nrc*mber 5th on a short visit left On December th. He mtl % %  gue*t -it Government House. On Friday I>eeeml>er 7th an At Home In hi* honour was held at Government House Members of the prc-were among the guests invited. TrilniU D URING the Golden Jubileecclabratlona of J-.hns Cricket Club In Antigua last week tribute* were paid to some of the club's outstanding players during its early days. B. Wlllock, C. Plgott, K. Swift, LJeffrey. E. Michael, A. Peters, It Harney, A. McPeeter: Christian and Campbell Donald Christ Is 'eeters. Donald 1 ,l: 'mpbell RnrnndB n. a six-tooteH irly age i rated HOLLYWOOD. Dae io. i i.lenn Pard loins Rita Ray-1 worth for tho fourth tima at | for a role in a still. .. drama. The 1 Studio prevented nnv rleiwlls >f s from leaking out so far "rd and Hayworth were teamed loualy in The Lnu> In Cilda" and %  The Cartla lia h been teamen .th Ptptt Lanrki In the U..iT*rI %  read of with hi* wife t Janet Leigh, as wag originally I expected. This is the third time Curtis and Laurie coatarred. bu*. the first time In a modern story.: Th-. plot arises from a young %  lopemeni t Le* Veffaa r the objection of the girl's • %  nta and the comDllcatlona uing when the boy leaves with Army unit for Korea. Ted Riehaaestd and Douglas Kirk who co-directed and prod ..-e.1 We. ... rep*.Mi for "True Lova." Th film will start In .,ii y January when Curtis a, return taut. Europe and Korea hex are r. %  '• t.ir.ng troopi ever tho hnlldaya. —I .r II iungai saoi HUM4 * < mi a i an BM saw a) %  riNCEII-TIP FlY CONTIII S5. ?„"3"3SE€Hi8S AEaoaoL rLTSPKAV. J U M ***M uja > iton M>4 Umi.l-U„\y r.lN i •-naaw M-RAYdSl % %  II.. i..i. .. teases A...— i xS'Jnsr* i .HI. %  • %  i looria. MiitncoAt.L a auniBSrsoN LTD. %  iaaa*MSTia. aaars. ISOLANP. '*• a* aiuiiM ri MIIU Sal. •• .11 i*aiM S swt^. /-nMMANDER N. HOLBROOK. who died at VC, H.N.. (Retired) and ** *h e best medium-fast bowler Holbrook were among ih< Antigua has ever product sis by the OeMto from Eng<" r '*->it*rs who today have mad. KwiA.' wV he wttTmC '• nd "" *ftAeeompanylng id left Mr le for themselves In thi %  lull arr A. Manix, Leo Gore, H and W. Thomas. On his last two vi.it, which J P r „|"iI|,.' (>ni" i'",' %  "til ,hrm WM "*'•• Trudy 9hl. _wera In July and September 19SI ((f Regular visitors to Barbados they Tnorr '".^L^li^ 0 ?^. w }—.IlT"^l' brary. Bafote leavlstg Mr. Sher3g M . to > j P** J M _? reh ; 2*_ ,n l e f* Off The tctiitcr ment regarding 7: lock recorded Ihe first of a series This '• 'hHr sixth visit to Birr dition of the runway. On the last (>f lirowlrMtt whlrh Wll ^ ,| vrn .hiM ANY '•*^ nable """f* h " MCMlM he took away samples of n |(| plf „ lf lhp ExlrB Hnlhronk was ^S n i, 0 ", T^<*.£** ?3Kl the runway for tests in Canads „,,,„, [H-portmenl, and which C ,mm .* n ,n / SH?* ) New York Soclal Rc irtor whirn It I. nofyet known how long w( „ (-| rebro dc „, „ vfT R^lltu?*• ^ h £ f V 5 t t $i r Cr Z *! !" %  \ u *• J 1 ^^ t & r ^f Ihey plan to he in Rarbodo-* .,.,„ Mr Sherlock'* broadcast ,hc ririt wofia war. ne was a equivalent of the Rntish Wnoi in I*h'-iir-l i'ver this service on r* \ v I J Knday 14th December at 8.45 They General Knowledge ,, ,„ olh ,. r bn-ldc „, OT „,. RoM. THIS mor„l,.< shortly „ft.r 9.J0 ;Z\£J? Anlholo„_Mr. A. T. Cfalow Matthews. 28th DeeemResume of the yenr' work. ^Jv \ suhmsrlne Commander Wl are guasti at the Marine ad in the studii Well knoHii to Rediffusn.ri Ii teners It Is eallnl 'Radio Collece of General Knowledge". It la a competition of general knowledge among the| schools. Todi progr am which will U bro a d c a s t Sunday even is the finals of the "A" learnLodge School A <>••• vs. Queen's College A rj| Iti-d I (fusion. ROD MaclNNES, TC.A1 ...., %  ,„ ,.i PubUc HCIMJumaicnn Model A, SCULPTURC of a Jamaican ... by Ukai Marg.mr Hil Jf-vear-olrl student herwell ftehaol of Art. U attracting ..U.i.tioii al the Umdon County Council's Education txopanad last weak. The ,:iitin xhlbitad, I linkable for Its grace. MM wishes lo keep tluniirif a secret ITus M i v,,,;,,!!,,,. ,i „ Janiaii.oi girl; ik fim, l smaller %  Itaady n ;• ; %  • Bl Count* Hnll. MisHilton finds West Indianmake modi-N man Bigl^h glrb. Why is In i I more Urn* nnd graeeful" she explained. %  And thev pose more naturally." ? a ^ r Ihe final comWhat will happen to thlmuchpetition of the "B" team will be admired sculpture after the recorded. This will be between bTtlon* "It Is not for sale Lodge School B and St WlnirmTi plained Mlsg Hilton. "I c-ouldn t B. part with linnt is due to true this ornltia b y g A Mr aclnnes was' -I here in uly 1990. Some society people who have been dropped have married Hollywood stars during the year. Among them it millionaire New Yorker Mortimer Hall, who married Ruth Roman, ihe aetreaa. M.rtimer's father, Mr. Dick Kail, has also been left off the Register. Another removed Mrs. Grant Harknc*. who married actor Robert Montgomery. OH To U.8. I^|ISS PEARLE ELAINE A Challenge Cup haa been awarded to the winning team hy the Caribbean Confe dfas tr j f Cc Major C. Glindon Heed. Director of Education, will make the presentation after the broadcast. KNIGHT, daughlvr of M l^-avina o n and M "^"ViouKnlsht ( th. same plane Church Village. SI. PhUlD M Bf-> la Cnpt B. A badoa early last week for Hr.*.kRawson. Direr'y where ahe will reside w t U Flight relatives. She was formerly i Development, nurie at St. Philip's Almshouse. T <' A who has **n here on Krlurnctl AjfH 0, K HITCHINS, Editor o rl the Trinidad fHuurdlaa who had been here on a abort visit. M RS. A. O. HAZELL of St returned to Trinidad on Friday by Vincent loft Burbnrlot on MonB.W.I.A. He was a guest at the Lady Neteon fur Marine Hotel. home after spending a short ''. holiday here with her daughter Talking Point ._ Mrs. MfUterton-Smith, wife of the As tre mutt account lor every local Harbour and Shipping Idle word, to toe mutt /or every Back Home Well soon have that better. ASEPTIC OINTMENT ( fuiJrcn'i accident* qucki? %  pond to the soothing sod Dealing properties of Genaoieoc which draw* out the dm and stimulate* the growth of new skin over t he d ama g e d area. Keep a on iuody loi family use. psj (POTS, (RUISES, HASHES, ABRASIONS, Etc. GBRMOLENH iwlhet al a IwcJi — huh in ward limt. The "IDEAL" Hat >pecially designed for U!>. this Wool Felt Hat haa a reputation for smartneta. We have a Kood aasoftmeni of shades and styles. $4.38 Customers Note we will In Op morrow. Thursday, at 9 a.m. in order to allow the members of our slaff rate. CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd. 10-13 Broad Street Mislw. BY THE WAY... By Beachcomber l if youtx al t open 1 tl aback, and wondering Ihoy were ohcte. hv I nil-rnr whuling T T anm an odd thing to itc-nj .ippoar to be sleeping. But it JOUI • hlp, at it L. planned to do knock on tin ie, Ihey to the Antarctic, to dlaeovcr where lethargic eyes and turn whale* go In the winter Any Milkily. It la a rtronje sight wliule wl„. ..in 3 away goes to lhooa.no. ol these huge creatures THERE %  %  ' the BaDia lnl*t M mirth ot th. Wi kbOUl UndM OH lOt-BOM. expedition told to King Ah. Klltli i.itiiul They arc. of emnse. iinpeiM.ius frvd l\v .1 Norseman. Apart from k to cold—which Is lucky lor them. U1.1i. Hie earliest organised whaleI saw them there when I went T --. „. . "'''ing *• oB Newfoundland, and m „. Hl on a Bawue boat from St. JeanTtm) MmTtmr iwMMl „ ,>n, e-klller, were mostly ^„_ 4J „ idle stlence. —Franklin. Incidental Intelligence I F you cant tell which sid your bread Is buttered on don't eat there again.—Haturdaj Evening r..-,t I. I s -I'M |AI VS.*-. I IITI I FIGHTER SQUADRON 1*1 4 # BTOWN (Color bv TKhntrolurl %  in arirmrv nin a I pin 1 M. is nil Ill'" Robrii 1-owrirY Ilrrl I.1 I-R1DAV -I | A I S 11 in riT li rovnaxo in mi.I IM UINBOI IIHOWN. Dli-l. t-ORAN. Anne OWYNjni ri 1 rrv/i PLAZA OISTIN IIU1 8404 bl'NMANH (Olrl Ki'li, ORANT IMi/i KNKillT A iniu JOB. TRf. *a*M.u.a JiJimo Mack Brawn B.B.C. Radio FniRraamr 1 m T.IB r SB. .sr.rx mi 10 SUN. u p m > u a, a . 1 1 n.ii-A-NTr* "->i. DUB*-** toi 10 IU>'h<1 Arltii PIMM inios. Jots Mali -ivfl 'li'i -1 iCIneenlort A 11 ITUUU Mwaoi < BU r .it* aoiNtr Kirby ORANT THI'HB (Ofiry 1 i-Hi. to mm. 8 p.m. I* aun a i< M DALLAS Tvcluilrolcir) Gary Coopr EMPIRE TO-DAY A TOMORROW 4.45 & 8 30 United Artist presents -tTAiWAVM RAt.xs .v SIVBH" Starring 1 GOOGIE WITHERS — JACK WAHNEK — JOHN McCALLUM The Flight of a Desperate Man to Ihe one Womfin Who Might Mfe ROYAL TO-DAY ti TOMORROW 4.30 A 8.15 rtepublle Double John WAYNE. Dlnnic BARNES — IN — •OLD CALIFORNIA" — AND — "CHICAGO KID" Donald Barry — Dale Evans Action . Thrills ii I. ii Ii K TO DAT uM TOMORROW t :*0 A H.15 p.m. %  T l\ PA1\ UXaT I and THE LQDQB" JOHN PAYNE—BETTY ORAHLE — I-AIRD CRAEGAK up under the ne. which pjirent In that latfCMa, ,mcl thi ^2 r-uim •"""•'' •' %  ""' %  "" """ l„.,„l the women of shouting their .u, I ..s ii"l • i.*~ — fir-1— — ni r : L. L, jq -4-: — —' — vt-i %  i> m>Bi sis it lag niai tl) 1 :.liTs-J tabU 1 10. .1 .. 1 .> " -J if-y UM. ... ik). PISOM %  •. 'lie Mglnnlot 111 ai A .corlea.. (fT iinif cor Chlnaaa moorr A SDM at It went Of. (01 •.'. -' >wd tha mt it) . ——^ aasaaiBBasBaaaBaSal thiit wli;it I was afte hi the study that turned oul to bo ray aoci's. Had 1 known that all % %  *""£• "'"" ^'utiui"oi"mmS N **' An-iT-u. i.is P m cnia. in **• was fiirui-d ntulT I morning Knows little of music. w m. BKC Mldlaixl IJS>> sjn CoBtipoaar of th* WasA Hnval Prillharmonic Orchoa a p in fhtMvriur* of Mu*i< Pn-ajr.tnvntf Pursda, 8 M p fspor). T p m Th* Nsva. Oaamplawihip ateel Band Contest To-Kite at a.15 p.m. 0ABABI.AN0A . RHYTHM KINOB and the Pllm TIIK UHH.ER uuliln't iiuvc bothered naturally to break In. But I don't think „ „f .. SM1 ,„ v.1,,,1, Wl .r, ^:* M The pe„„le ,vho say that 7Z, OPrNINO FRIDAV. Dec. 11th inally found in Sardinia, Iso nil Cape rjuir oi %  m i and Continuing J r.,.-ei .,^1T K.,0 KV M ;.,•..< ngli'l. Ihe pst.pie no say m Acrouni. a p m i ompoMr of U plnntad on a boy by a MM ' , ,. ytLHaul will w-*. > a % %  iW tut... or n-g*. to (flgourlResfored, />rnrv / KsWl fa tun* and got hfrnseir Into trOsthlfc X?" . %  ? !".* h "f?>_y^"^-g* There's .something queer about the P"menls, tout they are talking whole set-up. If you ask me." nonaetiae. • ar".'" The situntion. a Jt'NK 1, 1MJ: In Paris today, at M. ..nth. is improving." If 1 the 4()9th meeting of the Dapuoffei to give a man a wriaek on tlea. Mr. Gromyko was asked, ihe Jaw. as such, will he ie con"Have von ever reallv wanted t.-ntcl lo accept It as a whack on %  meeting of. the Foreign MlnU-<|aW, or will he claim that It Hie answer was a brief IK M whack, as such, on the ] •No." "Oh." replied the other as suoh. Twice two iv four. Deputies. somewhat taken MICIV _^^___ Y rr •vt* wen.' ET ngoln' .th. is gjTl .i GlandsMadeYounrj in 24 Hours Prum tlw flood s isiss. IB) %  Bear whrn aunt | T(M ci II tram %h%at lut dined IVI MS w teaIM dMdir olihtk nsodansKo. tai _, ..is snseatqas. |sjf Rupert and the Lion Rock—50 MORNING RAY MILLAND MNCT UK. %  urns sum urn mui FRIDAY Only — 4 30 a 8 IS Republir Double DESTINATION BIG HOUSE" with ROBERT ROCKWELL AND "LAKE PLACID P SERENADE" OLYMPIC Rleharrl WIDMARK LINDA DARNELL IN "NO WAY OUT. AND "DIAL 1119" with Marshall Thompson—Sam Levai Fox Double Una HORNE — Bill ROBINSON IN "STORMY WEATHER" AND RONAL0 COI.MAN CLAUDTnS COLBBRT IN "UNDER TWO FLAGS" HO\Y TO-DAY Onlv 4 30 & It Ii TOMORROW Oi,l\ l HO £ R 15 EMBerM Double MICHAEL REDC.RAVE IN THE YEARS BETWEEN C/nieeraal Double %  END OF THE RIVER" with SABU And Tvonne DeCARLO David BRUCE IN "CALAMITY JANE A SAM BASS" AND MAD GHOUL" wllh David BRUCE Turhan BEY ^__ _a~hm 101. a* . r y— sswa ly ows owns .ackac* sad (V JUS. Maear bart. A-p. ^aoraoubM-.traoaiU.HI. ot .1 vi.T... 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    ~ orfer an agreements”







    ESTABLISHED 1895



    MOSSADEGH RUN

    [Riots Break Out In



    CLARA ALSOP
    GALE

    WE regret to ar





    death of Clara Al
    which occurred at
    dence “‘Akingdon”,
    last night.
    Mrs. Gale who was 91
    was the wife of the la

    Valence Gale, founder of the
    Barbados Advocate

    Born in 1860, she was the
    daughter of the late Williar
    Thomas aria’ Mary
    Chenery,

    Mrs. Gale.led a very acti)

    ive

    Frances





    life When the Advocate
    was founded, he va
    great help to,her husband
    and assisted in the office un-
    til the business was firn

    established

    She was until f
    months ago, a Director of
    Advocate Company Limi
    and took a keen interest in
    the running of the busines

    She also for many
    years President of the Com-
    mittee of the Girls’ Industrial
    Union and President of the

    was

    Committee of the Almair
    Home.

    She leaves two sons, the
    Hon. V. C, Gale and Mr.

    C. A. L. Gale to mourn their
    loss,



    Deadlock In
    Truce Talks
    Not Broker

    PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 11.

    The Communists have rejected
    a United Nations proposal for
    the exchange of war prisoners
    during the Korean armistice.
    They also refused to disclose the
    location of their prisoner camps
    or permit international Red
    Cross representatives to visit
    them, unless the Allies agree to
    free all of the 120,000 Red pris-
    ‘oners during the truce. .

    The Reds at the same time
    took back an offer, made only a
    few hours earlier.

    The stubborn Communist stand
    in twin simultaneous Sub-com-
    mittee meetings in adjacent tents
    at-Panmunjom left the armistice
    negotiations still deadlocked
    with only 16 days remaining
    before December 27th, the target

    Sole Favourable Work

    The day’s sole favourable
    development was the sudden
    Communist agreement to the
    appointment of a few Sub-com-
    mittee on war prisoners and the
    holding of its first meeting.

    But the new group ran into an
    immediate stalemate. The North
    Korean Major General Lee Sang
    Cho opened the session with the
    proposal that all war prisoners
    of both sides be released after
    an armistice had been signed. He
    said, “all prisoners possessed by
    both sides should be released.
    Release all prisoners and let them
    go home.”





    In all, fewer than 100,000 U.N.
    and South Korean troops, inclu-
    ding about 11,000 Americans are
    missing in action, and the Reds
    have refused adamantly to say
    how many of them had been
    captured.

    —U.P.



    MILITARY TRAINING FOR EGYPTIAN GURLS

    Tt =
    in the use of rities in the demrt

    ~s if



    tran Parliament
    Deputies Taunt Aged

    | Prime Minister

    R

    }
    posit

    TEHRAN, Dec. 11,

    xts broke out inside and outside Parliament and Op-
    on Deputies shouted down Premier Mohammed Mossa-

    degh with bitter taunts of “get the hell out of here
    \t least 35 persons were reported injured in, rioting be-

    ween G

    overnment and Opposition supporters as the open

    ssion of the Majlis was scheduled to begin this morning.

    in, earlier. closed

    Milita: y

    session

    Guard

    finally broke up fighting inside the

    Um killed,
    ck fatally.’
    ion began,

    |
    {
    lhe Ma jli
    Majlis amid yuts of
    nd “I've eel ick
    Then the open ses
    Mossadegh Shouted Down

    Truck loads of helmeted armed |
    troops were called on to guard the;














    main gates of the Majlis, when the
    open session finally began, in fear
    of serious trouble, even after the
    first fighting had been quelled,

    When Mossadegh
    ly shouted down by
    Majlis building in fear of violence

    “Don’t threaten us,”
    Opposition leader, Jamal Emami
    “Get the hell out of here.”

    “Let me speak first,
    you cam judge if I’m at fault,

    fault, ['ll resign,”
    “Get out, get out,” they shouted

    I'll continue my struggle until the
    end,”

    speech,
    The “Bully Boys”
    Emami charged that Mossadegh

    turbances

    and lawlessness Iran-

    ean you report to us? All you can

    pillage.”
    ~ Emami charged that an Opposi-

    Mossadegh “bully boys”

    to ruin and chaos.
    * ‘Phe “Opposition

    Prasteh, repeated that no security
    existed throughout Iran and that
    Mossadegh’s Government was im-
    plicated in the bloody rioting last
    Thursday.



    92 Buildings
    Damaged

    FIFTH ATRFORCE HEADQUART-
    ERS, Korea, Dec. i1.

    The Fifth Airforce tactical air-

    craft mourted 690 sorties during

    today. Pilois claimed as destroy-

    ed or damaged by 6 p.m. 92 build-

    ings, 41 vehicles, 13 rail cars, four

    tions, four bunkers and three gun-
    emplacements.
    Rail lines were cut in 77 places

    ualties inflicted —U-P.

    £

    oust the British from the Canal Zone.

    Egyptian Cabinet
    Discuss Severance
    Of Relations

    WITH U.K.
    CAIRO, Dec. 11.

    The Egyptian Cabinet
    5.15 p.m. G.M.T, in special



    |
    |
    j
    |

    session



    to consider the severance of re-
    lations with Britain, The session
    opened at the close of the annual
    celebration of the prophet Mo-
    hammed’s birthday at the luxuri-
    ous mansion house office of the
    Presider f the Council
    Ministers.

    Premier Nahas Pasha
    man, Police enforce stri
    security around the buildin
    Several ministers arrived early



    passing through scores of news-
    mén waiting on the steps.
    —U.P.



    met at fevit be quadrupled in two-years



    FOUR TIMES AS MANY
    PLANES IN 2 YEARS

    WASHINGTON, Dex
    Admiral Dewitt C. Ramsey

    11.
    re-



    |tireq President of the Aircraft
    ; Industries Association
    - Tuesday that

    jréach a monthly oufput of 1,800
    |to 2,000 aircraft.







    He told reporters that 1,000
    planes may be delivered every
    month one year from now
    Monthly production is now be-
    tween 450 and 500 planes De-

    nee offic hope to get money
    to incre the air force né¢

    pera from 30,000 to 28,000

    the Navy’s ftom 8,790 to
    10.000

    |. These figures inciude rs,

    | bomber 3, patrol transports and

    trainers —U.P.

    went to the
    Rostrum to speak, he was repeated-
    Opposifion
    Deputies who are camping in the

    cried the

    and then

    ,

    Mossadegh cried back. “If ’'m at

    Mossadegh cried from the
    Rostrum without having made his

    was responsible for alj local dis-

    wide. He said, “You, who have no
    respect for law and order, what

    Say that you and your Govern-
    ment have done is to murder and
    tion Deputy had been attacked by

    that morning and repeated that
    Mossadegh had forced the country

    ‘Depity, ‘Mesdi

    supply dumps, one rail bridge, 18|
    field pieces, two anti-aircraft posi-|the release of the crew.



    and approximately 650 troop cas-!versive activities against Hungary.

    U.S. WILL BE PRODUCING ,

    Gavernment was bitterly

    More Scotch—But
    Not For Scots

    LONDON, Dec

    |
    |
    }
    i
    1

    ll

    There will be 500,000 more | Political and propaganda moves.
    gallons of Sedtch for the world’s They said that an unprecedented
    thirsty next year except for resi- number of top ranking churchmen

    dents of Scotland itself.

    Imports of Scotch will be in-]of the recent Soviet All Union



    Advovate
    Relief Fund

    }

    ’ The Pund fer fishermen ‘« pre
    gressing well, Wont you 4d your

    | queta and help push it aleng?
    Come into the Advocate and band

    | in your contribution TODAY,

    | Amount pr

    \wously







    acknowledged 4,858.00
    Major & Mrs, A. M
    Wakefield-Saunters 530.00
    Mr. & Mrs. V. Chandler 4 00
    A. A. Browne 2.00
    Mr. & Miss Piigri 10.00
    Mr. & Mrs. M 25.00
    E. W. Maicolm
    R.N.Rtd 7. 5.00
    Pay! S. Sheldon 28.0
    : Pie in the Sk) vo
    Central Foundry Ltd 100.00
    The Misses € & E. Vv
    Mutehinser 10,06
    | E. A. B 10,06
    Tote $5,113.00



    | 7 throne
    | RUSSIA USING Today’s anniversary was ob
    | RELIGIOUS LEADERS {served at Portsmouth Nava! base
    LONDON, Dec. 11. by the firing of a Royal Salute
    | Informed sources said Moscow |@mid beflagged warships. The

    makes increasing use of religious

    leaders of all denominations fo

    | including a Roman Cath lic Bisho
    took an active part in the wor!

    creased from 9,850,000 gallons to] Peace Conference in Moscow,

    10.350,000 gallons.—U.P.

    Spaak
    Europe

    The Belgian Socialist, Paul Henri Spaak, resigned as
    President of the Council of Europe Assembly, with the

    Res igns
    Couneil

    STRASBOURG, Dee. 11,

    warning that the movement for European unity is dying.
    His resignation came amid the serious dispute here over
    the creation of a European Army and the method, supported

    by the United States for bri
    defence of Free Europe.
    The Foreign Ministers

    Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxem

    meeting in secret to-day,
    over the Army before the



    U.S. Plane Flew
    Over Hungary
    By Accident

    U.S. CLAIM

    BUDAPEST, Dee. 11.
    Hungary on Tuesday ignored
    the United States request for the
    immediate release of four Ameri-

    can airmen and rejected the
    United States claim that their
    United States Air Force C 47

    which was forced down by Rus-
    sians flew over Hungary aeciden-
    tally

    A formal note
    the Budapest
    United States
    afternoon,

    was handed to
    Legation of the
    early on Tuesday
    It was a formal reply
    to the American note of Decem-
    ber 6 which said the pilot made
    a navigational error and asked for
    Ameri-
    ca’s note denied charges that the
    plane was making the trip with the
    intention of aiding Yugoslav sub-





    sesgeet ee.

    i RP

    = Party, who are being trained

    teide Uairo, with the idea of keeping the Egyptian Government to

    —Express

    Typhoon Wreaks

    Havoc On Islands

    MANILA, Dec. 11
    is heading for the



    A typhoon

    predicted chine tos after ame ge the Cen-
    le duct tra ilippines for 48 hours, leay-
    PAS. EPO 1M fing at least 15 persons dead and

    hundreds homeless. The typhoon
    whipped the islands of the Visay-

    jan Group with winds exceeding

    (m.p.h

    100 m.p.h., then it weakened as it
    passed from the Philippines at 11
    leaving seven dead

    The Red Cross said 3,000 houses
    were destroyed or damaged in
    Cebu. A boy of three and a girl
    of 15 Were listed dead in a eity
    on Negros Island where Press re-






    ports said that 1,000 homes were
    jdestroyed. Up to 180 houses were
    reported either blow down or
    badly damaged in ree towns
    south of Bacolod City

    —UP,

    ‘

    nging German soldiers into the

    of France, Western Germany
    bourg, were

    trying to patch up their dispute
    Plan collapses,

    France, Germany and _ Italy
    flatly rejected the proposals of the
    Small Lowland Countries for a

    Ld

    ‘ ees _ Baas
    ' HENRI SPAAK
    ve.o in the direction of the pro-






    posed kuyuropean Army. tne
    emal bowers want cach of the
    six nallons, whose forces may be
    pooled to have a veto in the Coun-
    ceil of Munisters, which would sveer
    me European Army.

    When they met here today at
    0.17 a.m, the Foreign Ministers o1
    lualy, Germany, and France \ola
    their opposite numbers from{
    Belgium, Luxemburg, and the‘
    Netnerlands that the veto would
    not work in the European Army.

    “No”

    A stern Big Three “No” de-
    creased the hopes for an early
    compromise between the two op-
    posing blocs in this first full dress
    Foreign Ministers Conference on
    the project for a European Army
    of 4% divisions.

    Today's secret meeting may de-
    cide the fate of the European
    Army, how Germany will be re-
    armed and even practical
    Buropean unity in the foreseeable
    future,




    Vital Points

    Two vital points are under dis-
    pute;

    1. How much power the
    Supreme Authority, which would
    guide the European army should
    have. bs Low Countries want
    it to be a Council of Ministers with
    each Minister having the veto,

    2. Whether there should be
    a special European Parliameut
    which could draw up a common
    military budget and control the
    whole European Defence System.

    The European Army would be
    part of the Atlantic Pact forces
    under General Eisenhower, Al-
    though the Big and Small Powers
    are firmly disagreed on the Coun-

    On page 7

    E. Germany Make

    PARIS, Dec. 11

    The East German Red Govern-
    ment made its United Nations
    debut with an A to Z condemna-
    tion of Western Powers policy on
    Germany, especially the plan for
    a U.N. “on the spot” inquiry to
    see if free elections are possible



    German Reds insisted on the
    immediate adoption of their Plan
    for a strictly German-conducted



    inquiry under the control of the
    }Four Occupation Powers, as the
    prelude to “free” elections to uni-

    ty the divided country.




    »














    Amr Pasha called on the Foreign.
    Secretary, Anthony Eden early

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951

    TT



    King Observes

    Anniversary |
    Of Accession

    LONDON, Dec. 11

    Fifteen years ago Tuesday the
    King succeeded to the Throne
    through the abdication of his
    elder brother King Edward VI
    The King spent the anniversary
    yuielly at Buckingham Palace still
    valeseing from his operation
    » months ago for the removal
    uli Or part of a lung.

    His brother Edward, now Duke
    of Windsor arrived in New. York



    yesterday for his annual winter
    visit to the United States. Wih
    him wes hig American born

    ichess for whom he gave up his


















    King will be 56 Friday when there
    will be a family party at the
    Palace.

    Congratulatory messages arrived
    from all over the world today and
    members of the Diplomatic Corps
    called at the Palace.

    Palace observers believed that
    the dissolution last night of the
    temporary Council Of State was
    further evidence of the monarch’s
    recovery from his lung operation |

    WATCHERS seo faking to

    CP. and U.P.

    Make Formal
    Proposal

    LONDON, Dec, 11
    WASHINGTON, Dee, 11. A British spokesman said Tues-
    Austalan &xternai Affauirs|day, if Egypt really wants a
    Numster Kichard C. C as e y|plebiscite to determine Sudan's
    conterred’ with Lruman ‘luesdaay|]future she should make a formal
    and afverward told reporters he]|propasal ang then withdraw the
    hoped Australia would ratily in|constitution she set up for the dis-
    #coruary the Pacific Security pact}puted country. That does not
    recently signed with the United|mean even then Britain would be
    states, in favour of an immediate
    Casey said he discussed the pact{plebiscite before Sudan achieved
    briefly with the President and|self-Government, put those steps
    discussed it in more detail with|}would indicate whether Egypt
    the State Department officials here,}was Serious about wanting a
    Casey sald he discussed with pignincite, ati angeeanan =. ;
    1 g e ore ic confirmec
    muen. beled, “_ oy |S that the United States asked the
    Korea, Jndonesia,| British Government for its views
    igypt and other}on the suggestion of a plebiscite
    paints, ge ans are e mies etn
    they meni ed in a ptian oreign nister
    Eee tas aod}Salah El Din Pasha.
    Gocnmoewesith Tech-| The spokesman said Britain re
    stance Programme for|plied and that their position is












































    LYTTELTON
    WILL SUCCEED
    CHURCHILL

    today at the Ambassador's re- LONDON, Dec 1},
    quest. The Foreign Office de- The liberal London Evening
    clined to gfve any information on Star said on Tuesday that the

    t
    (

    Calls On Eden

    11,
    Ambessador

    LONDON, Dec,
    Egyptian















    The t

    f
    {

    the subject matter of the talk.jPrime Minister Winston Chur-
    The call came as the Egyptian chill named the Secretary of
    Cabinet took under consideration State for the Colonies, Oliver

    Lyttelton to succeed him as Min-
    ister of Defence.

    When Churchill formed the
    new Government after the recent
    elections: he took on the extra
    job of Defence Chief but made it
    clear that he would relinquish
    the post once he considered “the |
    House in order”,

    Authoritative sources said that
    Churchill probably would give up
    the job of Defence Minister when ,
    he returns from his visit to Wash
    ington next month.

    The Star said that Churchill
    had decided that his successor at |

    . the Defence Ministry should di-|
    ed at a secret Conference Monday | recy Britain's Production, Supply, |

    a ~ — ones mu oe Labour, and Defence Systems |
    ready to resume n all its tha reo ba of any
    intensity if the tatks pellapee. wes, See ae oe sl
    BOSTON AGAIN |
    STRIKE BOUND

    BOSTON, Dee, i!
    The port of Boston was tied up
    in a second general strike in 4
    month as 1,900 AFL longshoremen
    quit work because two of their
    men were dragged from their

    the possibility of breaking off
    diplomatic relations with Britain.
    —UP.



    Chances Of Early
    Korean Truce Good

    WASHINGTON, Dee, 11.
    Truman and his top advisers
    have decided that the chances of
    an early truce in Korea are rea-
    sonably good it was disclosed
    Tuesday. But they also determin-



    peacetime

    The President is understood to
    have emphasized that although
    there are reasons for guarded op-
    timism, the United Nations Com-
    mand must be ready for any even-
    tuality,

    —UP.

    U.K. Will Continue
    To Fight





    homes, and beaten after they re-|

    Malayan Reds fused to unload the = Isthmian}
    liner Steel Flyer. '

    SINGAPORE, Dec. 11. A longshoremen = official said)

    Secretary of State for the|the men will not work until the}
    Colonies, Oliver Lyttelton, said] Steel Plyer “is taken out of port i
    that Britain would not halt fight-| The strike affected ten other!
    ing in Malaya until the Commu-| vessels besides the Steel Flyer. ;
    nists there were beaten and|Longshoremen refused to cro +
    strongly indicated that the ap-|the C.LO, picket line to unload
    pointment of a Supreme Com-| Steel Flyer despite the protests o!
    mander over the Military amd|crew members who are membe!
    Civil Forces was being considered./of the Seafarers’ Union of AFL. |

    —U.P. —UP. |

    NN. Debut

    Almost immediately, the first of}
    the two East German speaker
    Deputy Premier, Dr, Lotsar Bolz,

    The belated appearance of the
    [Bast Germans came three days
    after the West Germans accepted

    with open arms the Western) told the U.N, that the “New Ger
    Powers formula for U.N. inspec-} many” he represented was’ de-~
    | tion. termined to abandon the aggres-
    } sive war course followed by the
    | Israel opened the day’s debate! “cr imina] Hitler regime.”

    im the Special Political Commit-

    | tee with a brief “point of order’ He said that th
    | decrying the failure of the West| proposal for a U.N
    Germang in their appearance last;the conditions of

    We
    inquiry

    t German
    into

    t
    |
    |
    |
    j
    }
    tantamount |

    democracy in
    Saturday “to express any con-| Germany would be
    demnation of the Nazi regime’—jintervention in this domesfl
    murderers of aF estimated | peaceful problem in Germany

    | 5,000,000 Jews. —UP









    would







    The

    The



    INTO TROUBLE

    National Reservation near Sydney. 2

    ing the past fow weeks bush fires have ragod in New South Wales, aud Queensland, Australia. Many fam-
    ilies in the outskirts of Sydney have beon rendered homeless, and the fires have laid waste a large sec-
    tion of Kuringai Chase, beautiful natural reservation, famous for its flowers,

    Egypt Should |

    —Express





    Big 4 Agree To
    Resume Talks

    PARIS, Dec, 11,
    Big Four announced that they agreed to resume

    talks on outlawing the atomic bomb and on general dis-
    armament in the new United Nations Commission, Britain
    immediately warned against letting hopes for disarmament
    be raised “falsely.”

    United States, Britain, France and Russia disclosed

    agreement in a communique summarizing the failure other-

    wise of

    their ten-day effort to reconcile conflicting East-

    West views on disarmament,

    Both held

    cussion on their own terms, De-| distrust
    bate on the Big Fowr report in|problem of disarmament,

    the 60-nat

    mittee opened today by British} tions

    delegate Set

    bate is expected to bring a Rus-

    out strongly for dis-] Lloyd said the nrutual East-West
    was the crux of the
    “We
    Com-|say we have no ve inten-
    inst the Soviet Union.
    The de+} Vyshin: says he does not be-
    lieve it, He says the Soviet

    ion Political

    wyn Lloyd,

    vlan vote against the West's dis~ | Uni

    armament plan,

    Speaking

    Hone Rantallthee ster or atts wok

    We unfortunately, are unable at

    the the present:time to aceept each

    for Big Three

    Western Powers, Lloyd said that assertion,”-~(U.P.)

    nillior
    lig

    irmament
    indeec

    ication,”

    of."

    although there was agreement in

    Streiigihening Southeast Asia. well known. Britain regarded principle on machinery for dis-] - i ira
    Casey said. hé planned to leave/Salah Din's suggestion as im- cussing disarmament, the Big
    here Wednesday night on hig way} practical if only for the reason! foi. “totally disgreed on major GOVERNMENT
    home stopping at Honolulu. that it es eine wes bl issues to be discumsed especial- ry :
    —ULP. troops and administration before | the control of the atomic
    ‘ Sudan becomes ei evening. Panty mate NOTICE
    7 Distrust :
    Egyptian Envoy He Tpoke of the nes of the} All Electors arriving at

    ordinary people” tor] a Polling Station should

    and warned It

    1 have been a cruel take their place at the

    thing to have had to dash their rear end of the line of

    iopes by announcing utter fail
    ire However it would be just other Electors who are
    a cruel to raise their hopes waiting their turn to
    alsely or without proper justi-

    enter the Polling Station.





    JM
    im

    Pai d6G spur ¢

    Wittes's

    GOLD FLAKE




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    PAGE TWO



    TR RONALD and Lady Garvey
    who had been in Besbados
    since December 7th left yester
    for Trinidad by B.W.LA. on their
    way back to British Honduras
    where Sir Ronald is Governor.
    They were guests of Sir George
    Seel, Head of C.D. an@ W. and
    Lady Seéel of “Bemiersyde”, Christ

    Phurch.

    Runway Experts

    R. JAMES CONNOLLY, Supt.

    ef Construction of the De-
    partment of Transport, Canadian
    Government jis expected to ar-
    rive in Barbados this morning by
    T.C.A. He was im Barbados in
    Oetober 1949
    when a survey
    of the new run-
    ay 2 made

    ilson, “Mr.
    ‘harlie John-
    2 and him-







    Accompanying
    will be Mr.
    ohnstone who
    as last in Bar-
    os in Septem-
    this. year.

    . Jobmstone is
    James Connolly as Shadacem.
    He made the preliminary survey

    and in: ion of the present run-
    way a well before it was
    constructed. f

    On his last two visits which
    were in July and September 1951
    he had discussions with Govern-
    ment regarding the present con-
    dition of the runway. On the last
    occasion he took away samples of
    the runway for tests in Canada.

    It is fot, yet known how long
    they plan to be in Barbados.

    General Knowledge

    FEISS morning shortly after 9.30

    a programme will be record-
    ed in the studio of Rediffusior.
    Well known to
    Rediffusion _ lis-
    teners it Is called
    “Radio College
    of General
    Knowledge”. It
    is a competition
    of general know-
    ledge among the
    schools. Today’s!
    programme
    which will be re-
    broadcast














    ‘ the “A” teams:
    Lodge School A Charlie Johnstone
    vs. Queen’s College A,

    A Challenge Cup has been
    awarded to the winning team by
    the Caribbean Confectionery Co.
    Major C. Glindon Reed, Director
    of Education, will make the pres-
    entation after the broadcast.

    Next Wednesday the final com-
    petition of the “B” team will be
    recorded. This will be between
    Lodge School B and St. Winifred’s



    BY THE WAY eee By Beachcomber

    JT T seems an odd thing to send

    a ship, as it is planned to do
    to the Antarctic, to discover where
    whales go in the winter, Any
    whale who can get away goes to
    the Barne Inlet just north of the
    80th parallel,

    ' I saw them there when I went
    on a Basque boat from St. Jean-
    de+Luz some years ago. They lie
    up ye the ice, which ne
    parent in that latitude, an ci



    Across
    1 UWeny..| ate drupe dt any meal,
    io) 4. Retex at 5 e@? (5)
    6 Some sult and all bil tables
    have it. (3)
    ¥ Magnificent i)

    2 Knowledge of @ lean 8, Pe (8)

    4 Stepped in tat 5 A fun. (4)
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    21. A score

    22 ae change for Chinese money

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    24. Sed ae thea. ar
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    yeu rejoice late wet month ?
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    Carnub Calling _

    Cocktail Part

    ON. D.. B. SANGSTER, Min-
    ister for Social Welfare and
    Deputy Leader of the Jamaiea
    Labour Party is giving a Cocktail
    Party at the Marine Hotel this
    evening on behalf of the Jamaics
    delegation to the Regional!
    Economic Committee Meeting.

    Antigua Visit
    R. GHOFFREY CROWTHER,
    Editgr of the Economist who
    arriyed in Antigua on Wednesday,
    Decémber 5th on a short visit left
    on December 9th, He was a guest
    at Government House. On Friday
    December 7th an At Home in his
    honour was held at Government
    House. Members of the press
    were among the guests invited.

    celebrations of the St,
    John’s Cricket Club in Antigua
    last week tributes were paid to
    some of the club’s outstanding
    players during its early days. B.
    Willock, C. Pigott, K. Swift, L.
    Jeffrey, E. Michael, A. Peters, BE.
    A. McFeeters,



    COMDR. AND MRS.
    ed from England on Monday by the “Golfito” on their sixth visit to

    N. HOLBROOK and Miss Trudy Sahli who arriv-
    Barbados,

    First Of A Series

    R. P. M, SHERLOCK, Vice-

    Sixth Visit Donald Christian, a six-foote'
    a \OMMANDER N. HOLBROOK, She 08 at an early age is —
    V.cC., RN., (Retired) and 45 e best medium-fast bowler
    College of the West indies tel Mrs. Holbrook ‘were among the Antigua has ever produced.
    Barbados on Sunday for Trinidad ®ttivals by the Golfite from Eng- Cricketers who today have made a
    by B.W.LA. where he will at- land on Monday. Accompanying good name for themselves in the
    tend the Centenary Celebrations them was Miss ‘rudy Sahli. Club are A. Manix, Leo Gore, H.
    of the Port-of-Spain Public Li- Regular visitors to Barbados they Thomas and W. Thomas.
    brary. Before leavimg Mr. Sher- Were last here in March, 1950. :
    Pray coanded the fret of a series This is their sixth visit to Bim- Left Off The Register
    of broadcasts which will be given shire. ANY fasionable names have
    been left out of this year’s

    under the auspices of the Extra- ; £

    Mural Deparunent, and which COmmander Holbrook was New York Social Register, which
    will be rebroadcast over Rediffu- “warded his Victoria Cross during js just out. The Register is the
    sion. Mr. Sherlock’s broadcast the First World War. He was a equivalent of the British Who's
    can be heard over this service on Submarine Commander. _ Who.

    Friday 14th December at 8,45 _ They are guests at the Marine

    p.m. Other broadcasts for De- Hotel.
    cember are: 2ist December, A Bublic Relations T.C.A. Among them is millionaire New
    Yorker Mortimer Hall, who mar-

    Christmas Anthology—Mr. A. F.
    age a vs 9! AE eo Rg ME; ROP. MacINNES, ‘T.c.A's ried Ruth Roman, the actress.
    Director of

    ber, Resume of the year’s work.

    Some society people who have
    a have married Hol-
    lywood stars during the year.

    Public Rela- _ Mortimer’s father, Mr. Dick

    Jains Model ‘ a t see has epee left off be
    ami tions is due to Register. nother removed s
    can e h Mrs. Grant Harkness, who mar-







    b , ried actor Robert Montgomery.

    Mr.
    was Off To U.S.
    on ISS PEARLE ELAINE
    4 ae senate om,
    i an rs. vious ight 1
    ne eying one Church Village, St, Philip left Bar-
    A. bados early last week for Brook-
    lyn where she will reside. with
    relatives, She was formerly a
    nurse at St. Philip’s Almshouse,

    SCULPTURE of a Jamaican

    girl, by Miss Margaret Hil-
    ton, 28-year-old student of Cam-
    herwell School of Art, is. attract-
    ing attention at the London
    County Council's Education Ex-
    hibition opened last week, The
    only life-size sculpture exhibited,
    it is remarkable for its grace.
    Miss Hilton wishes to keep the
    model's name a secret. This is
    her second seulpture of a Jamai-






    iT.C.A., who has

    can girl; the first, a smaller been here on a Returned

    model, ‘is alfeady in a pecraament Rod Macinnés — visit, R. C, E, HITCHINS, Editor of
    exhibition at County Hall. Miss the Trinidad Guard ho
    Hilton finds West Indians make Back Honte had cite here on a mae visit,
    better models than English girls. RS. A. G. HAZELL of St. returned to Trinidad on Friday by

    Why is this? “They are more lithe
    and graceful” she explained.
    “And they pose more naturally.”

    Vincent left Barbados on Mon- B.W.1.A. He was a guest at the
    day night by the Lady Nelson for Marine Hotel,

    _ frome after spending a_ short
    What will happen to this much Talking Point

    holiday here with her daughter
    f hi- ;
    tition?” on ie Bet for sale”, oun Mrs, Masterton-Smith, wife of the As we must account for every

    rr + local Harbour and Shipping idle word, so we must for every
    pa wih fe Hilton. “I couldn't Master. idle wlente. fashoc,
    : «Franklin,

    Incidental Intelligence
    F you can’t tell which side
    your bread is buttered on—
    don’t eat there again.—Saturday
    Evening Post.—.L,

    B.B.C. Radio Programme

    appear to be sleeping, But if you aback, and wondering why
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    Bachelor’s Buttons do not rank
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    Herbaceous border, or the odd
    corner.

    They make attractive cut flowers
    too, especially when arranged
    with other flowers in a large
    bowl,

    They are white Bachelor’s But-
    tons, purple mauve and a rather
    uncommon orange colour. Bache-
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    Kremlin May Return
    Oder Neisse Lands

    (By ARTHUR J. OLSEN)
    WASHINGTON, Dec. 10,
    United States experts on Soviet
    policy said they expect the Krem-
    lin will eventually offer the return
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    Germany as a bribe for West Ger-
    man “neutrality.”
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    Nuffield And
    Lord—Friendly

    By BASIu

    CARDEW

    PEOPLE will say when they hear of the great Morris-

    Austin merger: “Those two
    and Leonard Lord. Surely
    other for years? .

    men together again— Nuffield
    they have been fighting each

    . . With Nuffield as chairman and Lord

    as managing director—who will be top dog now?”
    Well, just as inuch as the merger is not yet a certainty (it
    has to be ©.K’d by 90 per cent. of the shareholders), so is

    the comin;' relationship of
    empires worth £ 66,000,000

    the two men who control car
    uncertain.

    Both are difficult men, truculent, obstinate, brilliant in

    engineering, but impetuous
    But both men have one quality

    which should make it smooth andthe business
    coming unnamed two men—a fight that went on for

    easy for the
    merged motoring empire.
    quality is loyalty.

    See how it has worked out.

    That

    and ruthless,
    That was in 1988, when Lord had

    in action,

    fight between the
    13 years, a fight that was keen
    but never bitter.

    There was the brilliant William been snapped up as works direc-
    Morris who started a cycle busi- tor of Austin’s, Longbridge.

    ness and built his first Morris car
    in 1913.

    There was Leonard Lord who
    started at 4s. 6d. a week on a
    12-hour day in a factory.

    By 1931 Morris found himself
    running one of the biggest car
    factories in the country. And
    sandy-haired, slim Leonard Lord
    was working for the Hotchkiss
    company Which Morris bought up.

    By 1933 he was the future Lord
    Nuffield’s managing director. He
    redesigned the Morris cars,

    But Morris was still the boss,
    very much the boss, and three
    years later Leonard Lord, then
    only 39, threw in his hand.

    People talked of a disagreement
    in the boardroom. Lord Nuffield
    said nothing. Loyalty again. And
    all that Lord would say was:—

    “T am _ pig-headed, and Lord
    Nuffield had his opinions. There
    was no row between us. A few
    minutes after we had decided to
    break our business relations we
    had a gin and French together.”

    The Fight
    Less than 12 months later Lord
    Nuffield was looking around for a
    man to handle his £2,000,000 Trust
    for the Special Areas.
    Whom did he choose? Leonard
    Lord, of course,
    Just one year later there started

    *

    He found Austin’s building the

    same types of car that had been
    an “investment”
    years,
    range of Austin
    them a Transatlantic look and the
    alligator bonnet.

    for years and
    redesigned the whole
    models, giving

    He

    The war brought a_ business
    truce between them,

    But once hostilities were over,
    the Lord-Nuffield battle began
    again, Lord started with a 16-h.p.
    saloon, then brought out the new
    A4v, a 10%-h.p. car that swept
    America

    Nuffieid replied with the new
    1\%-litre and 2%-litre Rileys, Lord
    came out with two bigger models,
    the Sheerline and Princess saloons.

    Nuffield brought out the new M.G.}

    T.D. models, and the,new Wolse-
    leys.

    Lord brought out the “Atlantic”
    Club convertible, which is a drop-
    head two-seater, Nuffield, before
    this, had introduced the new Mor-
    ris Minor—a wizard eight-h.p.
    ear. And Lord, never to be out-
    done, introduced the A40 sports.
    Then, at the last Motor Show, he
    announced that Austins would
    bring back ficir Seven saloon,

    Point counterpoint all the time.

    The Truce

    Lord went to North America as

    soon as the war was over, studied

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    In a book published this morning he
    sorts out for his nitilions of readers

    G": has peén pegged down at iast.
    beings who

    the bewildering collection of
    make up his carwoou family.

    With the exception of Vera, and all
    those in the family named George, names
    have so far been avoided. But because of



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    which, the following censns has been
    prepared :—
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    less-Mafried colleagues

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    except tnat she does Work some
    times, Otle Gay we shall have
    produce Anr’s husband, if only
    to put those twins of hers on a
    respectable basis.

    * CAROL: In all targe
    families there ts always one who
    causes less trouble than the rest,
    so far that’s Carol

    * BRIWGET: She ts the
    younges! daughter and has more
    cunning than the whole lot put
    together Nol has ever been
    able to pin anything on Bridget
    A dangerous ally when
    working «ith Ernie

    *VEKA: The _ intellectual
    wife 6: George. Somebody or
    somethine took the poetry out of

    very





    Vera’s |\'c, She considers she is
    disenc: ed. She is. Aspirins
    are as nportant to Vera as
    brandy .. fo Grandma.

    * GEORGE JUNIOR: Only

    son of (-arge and Vers, Osuaity

    takes th» can back for the twins

    * YH* TWINS (LAURENCE
    AND R1\LPH): Named after
    their m.rner’s (Ant) favourite
    actors. So far neither Sir
    Lauren’ aor Sir Ralph has

    taken leral action,

    * RO \r: The family spaniel.
    Like Very he considers he is
    disench.. ated.

    *ANATALIEC THE CAT:
    Named after Nat Gubbins
    because she takes after Nat's

    cat
    * RANDY TR FISH: The
    pest that can be said of Randy
    is that he ts non-productive.
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    Three years ago, they made a
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    car-making empires were to pocl
    factory resources to keep down
    prices.

    The arrangement never really
    worked. Blame for its failure fell
    on the complicated financial struc-
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    after the flop of that pooling
    scheme. Not only as fast collabor-
    ators and friends but as business
    men. Together they faced the
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    Wednesday,





    December 12, 1951



    ELECTION EVE
    TO-DAY is the eve of Barbados’ first
    elections to be held under adult suffrage

    Individual politicians and the two main~

    political parties have told the people in
    speeches, pamphlets and Press their rea-
    sons for seeking our votes.

    What do the people think ‘of the politi-
    cians and the political parties? To-mor-
    row’s votes will provide the answer to that
    question.

    The Government spared no pains to
    ensure that all entitled to vote should have
    the opportunity to register and despite the
    refusal of 7,042 to make use of their ration
    of 14,084 votes, the impressive total of
    95,939 did register. This means that 191,-
    878 votes can be cast to-morrow as com-
    pared with 33,292 votes cast in 1948, when
    there was no contest in St. Lucy. Well
    informed political forecasters are expect-
    ing that between 60 and 70 per cent of those
    registered will vote, but it is impossible to
    predict accurately the result of an election
    where 95,939 .are registered as compared
    with 29,120 registered in 1948.

    The only reasonable guide to the politi-
    cal forecasters would appear to be the
    candidates themselves. Of these the Elect-
    ors Association are providing 19, the Bar-
    bados Labour Party 17, the Congress Party
    2 and eight are classified as independents.

    If numbers were all, conclusions might
    be made from certain inferences that can
    be drawn from this array of candidates,

    But numbers are not by themselves
    reliable signposts,

    The important thing to remember is
    personalities. Barbadians, despite the all
    out efforts of the Barbados Labour Party
    to make them party conscious, still vote
    for a candidate because they like him.

    There is good reason to believe for in-
    stance that Mr. Mottley or Mr, Lewis
    would be elected to the House of Assem-
    bly independently of the support of either
    of the two main parties. Mr. Crawford’s
    seat in St. Philip would appear tobe
    assured despite the. diminution of his
    party. Mr. Allder’s seat in St. John seems
    just’as safe to-day when he is independent
    as it was when he was elected in 1948 as a
    member of the Barbados Labour Party.

    But the existence of two-member con-

    stituencies gives still wider scope to the

    voter to show his contempt for the party
    system, If peoples’: statements can be
    believed, and there is no reason why they
    should be doubted, then many people are
    going to vote for two candidates who are
    representative of opposing political parties.

    Another factor which will have a de-
    cisive influence on to-morrow’s. voting is
    the apathy and indifference of large num-
    _bers of people who are registered, but who
    have as yet no intention of going to the
    polls.

    Some registered voters openly state that
    they are not satisfied with any of the
    candidates offering themselves for elec-
    tion and are therefore reluctant to vote for
    any of them, These voters are drawn
    mainly from the highly educated classes
    and their failure to vote might have con-
    siderable influence on the elections parti-
    cularly in St. Michael where many have
    already refused to register.

    But lack of enthusiasm for the candidates
    coming forward is by no means restricted
    to the highly educated. There are large
    numbers of others who distrust politicians’
    promises and avoid polling booths for this
    reason,

    Domestic servants, farm labourers, dress-
    makers and housewives who comprise the
    majority of women voters in Barbados are
    noted for their independence and resist-
    ance to politicians’ wiles. They have regis-
    tered but it remains to be seen how many
    will take the eu to go. to.the polls
    to-morrow.

    The signs of indifference and apathy are
    not of course healthy signs. They are
    greatly to be deplored. A people does not
    always get the government it deserves.
    The tides ence of Communism, fascism, and
    national socialism are too obvious remind-
    ers of the falsity of this dictum. But a
    people deserves to have the government
    it gets, if that government has come into
    power by reason of. their apathy. and
    indifference.

    Reasonable and educated. people are
    still discussing whether party government
    is a blessing or a curse to this island.
    Arguments for and against exist. But the
    vital arg for voters to grasp is that they
    and they alone are responsible for putting
    en into. the House of Assem-

    y:

    If they cannot find politicians to repre-
    sent them as ideally as they would like to
    be represented they should at least make
    up their minds which of the two political
    parties they would like to see in power.
    If they decide in favour of keeping the
    balance even, then they must vote. But if
    the most educated classes and the women

    who are in the majority abstain from vot-
    ing they will prave that adult suffrage was
    in advance of its day perhaps, but they will
    have to put up with the government they
    get. The election is being run on party
    lines. All registered must vote to-morrow.

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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE



    |By DAWD ‘TEMPLE ROBEKIS
    LONDON
    Winston Churchill's Government
    has had to scatter its forces im-
    Anthony Eden is in
    I met his second-in-com-

    mana, Mr. Selwyn Lioyd, in Paris

    | last week, at the United Nations.

    Ang the Commonwealth Under-

    | Secretary John Foster, was passing

    | that way,

    also, bound for Stras-
    bourg, where the Home Secretary,
    Sir David Maxwell Fyffe, has been
    telling the gathered European
    legislators the latest Churchillian
    view on United Europe. (In-
    cidentally, it is rarely a Home
    Secretary leaves home). Oliver

    | Lyttelton for Malaya; Alan Len-

    nox-Boyd for Tanganyika soon —
    the new government is doing some
    travelling to discover its responsi-
    bilities and commitments.
    Anthony Eden gave the press,
    waiting in boredom in a Confer-
    ence room on the outskirts of
    Rome, a lively few minutes of his
    time. Four hundred newspaper-
    men were waiting for the delegates

    |of the North Atlantic Treaty Or-

    ganisation to finish talking behind
    closed doors. They are called the



    “twelve apostles”. Anthony Eden
    complained the organisation, which
    started out as a compact body of
    high delegates was now so over-
    loaded with advisers that it came
    to be like addressing a public
    meeting. As he said, “a hundred
    more turn up each time we meet”.
    The last meeing was in Ottawa,
    the next will be in Lisbon in
    January. Will another hundred
    detegates—and another hundred
    newspapermen—make the trek to
    that southern capital?
    International organisations have
    their own mysterious ways of
    growth, That was N.A.T.O. in
    Rome, In Paris 1 noticed another.
    Although the Organisation for
    European Economic Co-operation
    is linked to the Marshall Plan and
    officially ends next July, I found
    workmen still building three fine
    office blocks in a fashionable Paris
    district near the Bois de Boulogne.
    In the basement, I was told, is a
    publishing house and __ printing
    press aor turning out the publica-





    tions of this set of initials. The
    taxpayers of the world must wage
    ceaseless fight against initials.

    Back home in London after for-
    eign travel, I find two rebels have
    stolen the limelight. David Kirk-
    wood, the wild man from Clyde-
    side has been given a peerage as
    the last act of Mr. Attlee’s Gov-
    ernment. And Benjamin Britten
    is toasted as the remarkable Brit-
    ish composer of the century, with
    the performance of his strange
    opera, “Billy Budd.” (And this is
    a man who was a conscientious
    objector in wartime and : rebel
    of the extreme Left).

    The old story of the day when
    the witty Lady Asquith offered
    to straighten David Kirkwood s
    tie is being retold. Replieq the
    trenchant Scot “And the noble
    lady will observe that my tie is
    the only crooked thing about me”.

    The London Times does not
    often claim a journalistic scoop.
    But it has an old tradition from
    the 19th century of commission-
    ing great travellers to go out
    into unknown places and report
    them for the Times, and the Times
    alone. This tradition thrives in
    the remote parts of the world—
    and has been badly damaged by
    the use of cable and radio, Writers
    for the Times expect time to think
    —in which they are likely to be
    beaten to the nearest telegraph
    office by their rivals. The news-
    paper, indeed, commissioned Stan-
    ley to go and discover the pre-
    sumed Dr. Livingstone. It. was
    rather in this tradition that Eric
    Shipton undertook to write ac-
    counts of his journey towards the
    virgin face of Everest. And fas-
    cinating reading they make, One
    of the oddities is how a depres-
    sion to the South of Everest be-
    tween peaks 26,000 feet high — a
    depression into which man has
    never before looked — should be
    named the Western Cwm. This
    strange word is not Indian, or
    Tibetan! but Gaelic! It can only
    demonstrate the ambition of the
    Scot.

    I have been plagued with
    visitors to Britain asking me to ) get





    News From Britain The

    them some of the best Scotch
    whisky. It cannot be done! Now
    the “irade” has issued an official
    warning to those who wander
    around at this time of year in
    search of a bottle for Christmas.
    It warns that the drink is mostly
    exported — to Canada. Unscrupu-
    lous traders are tempted to sell
    smaller bdttles of thinneq whisky
    at higher prices. Visitors to Brit-
    ain should beware — and know
    that there are other tipples avail-
    able in quantity.

    Politicians Settle Down

    After the heciic political at-
    mosphere of the last two years, the



    Sritish political arena is now far
    calmer, The Conservative Party,
    according to all indications, faces
    a very tough year of austerity be-
    fore it. And the decision has been
    taken to follow a “moderate’
    policy. Probably this means that
    America will be puzzled at British
    Conservatives keeping on controls
    —and even thinking of some more.
    But there would be only two ways
    of meeting the present crisis posit-
    ion .of Britain. One would be
    deflation, some unemployment, less
    building, forcing down some price:
    and others up. It would be “free
    enterprise” and risky — and what
    is worse, the ,Treasury experts

    ay, it would nfake Britain mor.

    ke France, unable to fulfil her re-
    eunmuat obligations. The other
    is austerity, control and the recipe
    as before — with some special
    Conservative frills.

    This moderate Conservative
    programme is causing a good dea)
    of worry in the Labour Party. The
    former Cabinet Ministers know
    what the programme is, and that
    it is necessary, but the rank anc
    file of the Labour pariy would
    like to go in and attack with al)
    their arms flailing. The result is
    a series of tempestuous and ridicu-
    lous all-night sessions in Parlia-
    ment — with Emanuel Shinwell
    trying to play the firebrand again
    The much-heralded rise of Aneu-
    rin Bevan has not yet begun —
    there is worry in Bevanite quar-
    ters. |



    They Might Live In The Sun

    But They Choose London

    By BEVERLY BAXTER
    LONDON.
    OMERSET Maugham
    lives in the South of
    France, where, like Annie
    the gunwoman, he has the
    sun in the morning and the
    moon at night,

    Somerset Maugham has
    finished with editors and
    publishers, so he can live
    where he likes.

    With all these advan-
    tages he has taken a dra-
    matic decision: “I am going
    to London for the winter
    because I must have some
    good conversation.”

    AND this, mark you, from

    a man who suffers from a
    stutter!
    , Yet is there. anyone who
    has lived in the heart of
    London who does not under-
    stand and applaud his de-
    cision?

    There is nothing more bor-
    ing than one fine day after
    another, It stultifies the
    mind, reduces conversation
    to chatter, and numbs the
    urme. of high achievement.

    Rewards Great, Failures

    Many
    THOSE of us who move
    within’ the magic square

    mile which has * Trafalgar-
    square as its centre are like
    the keepers of bazaars in a
    Western Bagdad.

    Everybody comes here
    sometime, except Stalin, o1
    course, and even he might
    turn up one day.

    Here we have wits, poli-
    ticians, actors, authors, book-
    makers and book publishers,
    poets and poseurs, women of
    beauty and even some with
    character, men of the future
    and men with nothing but a
    past.

    THE rewards are great, the
    gamble is enormous, and
    the failures are many.

    Eden, The Gandhi-

    Galahad

    TAKE the drama of the
    last few days. In Parliament,
    Anthony Eden flies back
    from Paris to make his first
    important speech as Foreign
    Secretary.

    Like America, his oldest
    tradition is his youth, and his
    greatest asset is his appear-
    ance,

    If he puts on a crumpled
    sult in the morning it would
    be without a wrinkle by
    dinner time.

    He used to rush his speech-
    es until he was hoarse. Now
    he speaks with calm assur-
    ance, for he knows that he
    has arrived.

    THE pundits say that he is
    a combination of Sir Galahad
    and Gandhi, determined to
    force peace upon the world.
    Even the Socialists listen to
    him with awe.

    David Accepts The

    Challenge

    BY contrast let us look at
    an unknown youth who
    invaded the magic square
    mile last week.

    His name is David Bulwer
    Lutyens, a gieat-grandson of
    Bulwer Lytton a grandson of
    the architect, and a godson
    of Baroness Ravensdale, who

    was allowed to inherit the
    title from*her father, the
    famous Lord Curzon who
    was irreverently called
    “God's Butler” by the satir-
    ists,

    YOUNG Mr. Lutyens is at

    Oxford, where he has taken
    some imposing degrees but
    has turned playwright. His
    “Judas Iscariot” is now being
    performed at St. Martin-in-
    the Fields. ‘

    I have not seen the play
    but have read it. There is
    striking talent here, despite
    the defects of immaturity.

    Perhaps he lacks the com-
    mon touch, but he has
    brought his wares to London,
    for this is the world’s su-
    preme market,

    Bridging The Gulf

    WHILE Lutyens challenges
    the Fates, an older youth,
    Peter Ustinov, fights to main-
    tain his position, His prob-
    lem is how to bridge the gulf
    between success and failure.

    While his comedy “The
    Love of Four Colonels” is
    playing to capacity he
    launches “The Moment of
    Truth” at another theatre
    and achieves the impossible
    by using the theme of Laval
    and Petain in the last war.
    and almost completely elim-
    inating the element of drama
    from it.

    ‘ven Marx And Lenin

    THE trek to London never
    ends, and never will. Keren-
    sky, whose revolution pre-
    ceded that of the Bolshevike« «
    in.1917, came here a few
    years ago, and we had din-
    ner together.

    “T gave Russia five months

    22



    OUR READERS SAY:

    A Woman’s Views

    To The Editor, The Advocate,—

    SIR,—I do not think a womah’s
    views should be despised at a time
    like this when ‘history. will be
    made in our loyal little island in
    the forthcoming elections.

    The Labour Party in their out-
    rageous bid for power and dicta-
    torship began their propaganda on
    “slavery”, then they suddenly
    switched off to “back pay” and
    now (and I hope finally) “colour.”

    I am going to deal with these
    three pet subjects briefly.

    1, Slavery was at one time all
    over the world—not Barbados
    alone. There were European
    slaves and negro slaves—-white,
    yellow, brown, black. It was
    abolished in the British Empire in
    the reign of Queen Victoria of
    blessed memory over one hundred
    years ago but still existed in many
    other parts of the world among
    the Spanish and other races. The
    Labour Party is impressing upon
    the ignorant classes of our people
    that white people made negroes
    slaves in Barbados not telling them
    that slavery was all over the
    world and that white people were
    also slaves, This distasteful
    jand does our island no good
    jis based on untruth,

    2. Back pay was. their

    is

    as it

    second

    hobby—here they hid the truth
    they did not say that back

    was a free agreement between the
    “Sugar Producérs' Association
    Union” and the ‘Workers’ Union.”
    The splendid part played by His
    Excellency the Governor in this
    praiseworthy agreement was con-
    veniently left out and they took
    the praise and glory for them-

    selves. What selfishness!

    3. Colour—this they took as
    their third and wicked line of
    attack. A storm of abuse was

    thrown at the white people—the
    prop of our little island—the
    people on whom the islands
    prosperity depends as they invest
    their money for the benefit of all.
    Without them what would we do?

    They say for three hundred
    years nothing was done by the
    white people for our island,

    Bear with me for a few mo-
    ments to reason, Who built our
    schools? Who built our colleges?
    Who gave us the Free Public

    Library? Who built our church-
    es? Who laid the foundation by
    which those who come after could
    build on? Where was the Labour
    Party? Some of our school build-
    ings are over 100 years old, They
    hate enterprise. They say no
    coloured people are employed in
    Broad Street... Walk up -Broad

    of freedom,” he said, “and a
    nation that has known free-
    dom for even five months
    will never rest until it has
    freedom again.”

    Lazy Karl Marx lived
    here in exile and wrote
    his plan for world revo-
    lution in the _ British
    Museum. Lenin found
    refuge in London, and
    then went back to give
    Communism to the
    World.

    London repulses no one.

    THERE were four boys
    named Alfred Harmsworth,
    Max Aitken, William Berry,
    and Gomer Berry.

    None of them was born
    rich and none was an Ens-
    Jishman. One was half-Trish:
    one Canadian; two were
    Welsh,

    But they came to London
    and founded newspaper dyn-
    asties which changed their
    names to Northcliffe, Beaver-
    brook, Camrose and Kems- «
    ley.

    ‘There is no éity in the
    world so rewarding to suc-
    cess or so unsentimental
    about failure.

    NOT even the crowds in
    the Colosseum watching the
    lions devour the Christians
    were less moved to pity than
    “Londoners are when success
    turns against those who once
    commanded it.

    Vr. Weston Comes Back

    bUL pomerset Maugham

    is not th only wealthy mau

    who has decidea tnat he

    cannot live inj the sun we
    . Whole year round.

    Garneld Weston has estab-
    lisned kingdoms of finance
    in America and Canada as
    well as here; and has elab-
    orate homes in various
    places. Yet he has decided to
    return here to live.

    Il wonder why. The
    theatre means little to him,
    politics bored him when. he
    was in Parliament, opera has:
    no lure for him, and he is
    not given to intangible dis-
    cussion, ;

    PERHAPS, though, he is
    moved by the echo of his-
    tory’s footsteps on the Lon-
    don streets, by the majestic
    Sweep of the parks and the
    muttered music of the
    Thamés as it skuices its way
    to the sea. yy

    There is something that
    lurgs him back again.

    —L.E.S.



    Street beginning from C. F, Har-
    rison to - William Fogarty. Come
    down Broad Street from Broad-
    way Store to J. N. Goddard. See
    for yourself, What untruth!

    As I write my |heart burns to
    see the lies and the mischief mak-
    ing. My dear girls and boys see
    for yourselves and think. Some
    of our coloured boys have risen
    from “cash boys” to floor walkers
    and managers. What part has the
    Labour Party played in_ this?
    Where were they? A shirt factory
    has just been’ opened in Lucas
    Street to help many of our girls
    and boys. Why not encourage
    more of these people to do this
    instead of abusing them and
    threatening to throw all white
    people into the sea.

    As a woman with childrén,
    boys and girls, I warn you if you
    allow this evil doctrine by the
    Labour Party candidates to upset
    your sane and good judgment,
    soon, and very soon, our peaceful |
    island will be up-side-down and
    when you turn your heads* you
    will ask “where are those kind}
    people who used to help? They |
    will be gone! Alas, it will be too

    ee

    Japs Are
    At It Again

    LONDON, Nov. 30.

    Alarmed by prospects of Japan’s resurgent
    industries trying to capture the world’s
    markets with cut-price exports, a powerful
    group of British Conservative M.P.’s are
    pressing for the establishment of a new
    series of international commercial agree-
    ments expressly pinding Japanese business
    vo respect copyright of pattern and design,
    st is learnt tonight. The first step in tnis
    ~ampaign to preclude possible Japanese “un-
    .air’ competition they hope will be taken by
    Mr. Churchill himself when he visits Wash-
    .ngton early next year. Churchill, it is sug-
    gested, will contact the State Department
    and the Department for Overseas Trade and
    ake representations asking for support of
    ne British position. Approaches would then
    made to Commonwealth countries and
    wher States interested that Japan’s trading
    emains “fair”. These would be prelimin-
    “les to hegotiations for new agreements.
    hen, it is argued, if Japan, after the peace
    reaty’s ratification, openly trangresses the
    .2w pacts, economic sanctions would be im-
    dosed,


















    ec



    Cc. S. PITCHER
    & CO. ph. 4472

    These, agreed by all the signatories, would
    ost likely prove decisive. [he most effec-
    .ve would be the withdrawal of credits for
    aw materials and machinery. This would
    ause an almost immediate drop in factory
    sutput,

    Further, if Japan made use of “sweated”
    abour, an appeal would be made by interest-







    late! I plead with you mothers, |
    fathers, sons and daughters read |
    this letter and think.

    MARGUERITE JOHNSON.

    ad competitor countries to the International

    abour office and the United Nations. And,

    ‘ander the agreements, Japan’s exports would

    22 allowed no artificial subsidies — Govern-
    ent or private, direct or indirect.

    Britain’s M.P.’s and industrial chiefs
    -calise that, although “unfair” breaches of
    -opyright could be eliminated by joint inter-
    iational action, the basic problems posed by
    ower costs of Japanese production cannot
    »2 solved by international pacts or sanctions.

    The Japanese worker does not demand the
    ood, clothes, houses expected in the West.
    o meet these factors of competition, British
    ndustrialists recognise that they must now
    mploy greater mechanical skill to step up
    nass production, concentrate on quality
    ashion and design, to export top quality

    joods out of range of $9 majority of Papen’ s
    sroducts.

    They fully know that in cheap quality
    joods which undersell Britain’s produce,
    ‘apan will find immediate buyers amongst
    ow-income peoples of Africa and Asia. The
    imple reason is that these people can only
    suy at the lowest prices available.

    Further, there is a growing realisation
    hroughou@ the Western world that under-
    leveloped countries must be given the
    ‘hance to buy low-priced goods to raise the
    tandard of living and help halt the spread
    £ discontent and Communism.

    Aligned with this is the recognition that
    Japan must either export or fail to support
    1er quickly-expanding population. However,
    t is believed that Japan herself will, within
    1 few years, be faced with the bitter price
    of cutting competition. Some experienced
    3ritish industrialists argue that, man for
    nan, the Chinese factory worker is just as
    ‘killed as the Japanese. When China’s in-
    lustries expand, become mechanised and
    nanned by China’s millions, they foresee a
    iew flood of consumer goods spreading
    i1cross the world. Citing the production of
    ‘heap cotton goods as an example, they
    yoint out that manufacture first centred in
    3ritain in the last century, then shifted to
    America, then to India, now Japan. But
    soon, they say, China will be the world’s

    sheapest producer.

    increase the purchasing power of Asia’s
    poverty-stricken millions to absorb the flood.
    For both Tory and Labour leaders recognise
    that “fair” economic expansion of Japan or
    of any other developing country cannot be
    forcibly held down by unilateral measures

    The only basic solution, they stress, is to
    imposed by any single State.

    WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12 DECEMBER 12,



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    rows. I am pleased to draw to his attention
    that such legislation already exists and that
    under the provisions of Aritcle 4 of the Local
    Food Production (Defence) Control Order,
    7942, No. 2, estates are required to plant
    pigeon peas around the head-rows in all fields
    of canes. The carrying out of this Order is
    under the supervision of the Department of
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    ‘December 11, 1951.

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    12, 1951

    NO DECISION GIVEN IN
    SHOP-BREAKING CASE

    AFTER deliberating for

    . :
    two and a half hours, an Assize

    jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yesterday failed to

    agree whether or not 26-y

    ear-old Theophilus Clarke of

    Maiden’s Lane, St. Michael was guilty of breaking into the

    shop of Hyslop Blenman at
    with intent to steal on June

    There was also another
    was that he was found in the

    Tweedside Road, St. Michael
    15.

    count against Clarke and that
    shop with an intent. The case

    which was the only one heard yesterday, ended at 6.12 p.m.
    with the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor presiding.

    Counsel in the case was Mr. H.
    Clarke K.C., for the accused while
    the Hon, Mr. F, E. Field, Acting
    Attorney General, appeared foc
    tne Crown.

    Before calling on the witnesses
    for the prosecution, Mr, Field
    outlined the case to the jury. He
    told them that Blenman had a
    shop in which he sold drinks at
    the corner of Tweedside Road, On
    June 15, his wife closed the shop
    and went home and gave him the
    keys. He left his home for the
    shop the same night after getting
    the keys from his wife and on his
    arrival at the shop he found the
    eecused under a counter in the
    shop. He arrested him and carried
    him to the Police Station,

    Violet Blenman, wife of Hyslop
    scenman said her husband has a
    shop at Tweedside Road, Si.
    Michael. On June 15, about mid-
    night she closed the shop and
    went home. The shop is about
    100 yards from her home, Her
    husband was home and she gave
    him the keys of the shop and he
    went to the shop. Soon after she
    heard that a thief was caught in
    the shop, She went to the shop and
    saw the accused at the back of
    the shop held by some people.

    Articles Misplaced

    Her husband asked her if she
    knew the accused. The accused
    asked her to beg for him. After
    that she inspected the shop and
    found that the front door was
    open and inside the shop things
    were misplaced,

    To Mr. Clarke: Violet Blenman
    said that her husband had the shop
    for five years, The shop is in
    Tweedside Road. She closed the
    shop about mid-night on June 15,
    and saw that the front door of the
    shop was closed, Her husband
    left her in charge of the shop. Sine
    did not know the accused before
    June 15.

    Her husband took the accused to
    the Belmont Police Station,

    Hyslop Blenman ‘told the court
    that on June 15, about mid-night
    he was on his way to the shop
    which is quite near to.his home.

    On going inside the shop he
    searched the shop with a torch
    light and saw a man_ stooping

    behind the counter of the shop.
    The man stood up behind a post
    in the shop and he (Blenman)
    shouted out. People came to the
    shop, The accused came to tne
    door and he kicked the accused
    when he made a “rush” to get
    away.

    Accused Held

    They fought and
    was finally.held: He told the
    accused that his shop had been
    broken about four or five times.

    His wife came to the shop and
    the accused asked her to beg for
    him.

    Cross-examined by Mr, Clarke
    Blenman said that he used to re-
    pair shoes about four years ago.
    His home is about 100 yards from
    his shop. He bakes at his home
    and takes the bread over to the
    shop. He handed his wife the keys
    of the shop while he had _ the
    accused under arrest. He had pever
    accused his wife of being unfaith-
    ful to him.

    Eric Grandison said that on
    June 15, about mid-night ‘the heard
    a shout and went to Blenman’s
    shop in Tweedside Road. There
    he saw Blenman and the accused
    struggling, he held the accused
    and Blenman and himself took
    the prisoner to the Belmont Police
    Station. *

    He saw Blenman’s wife
    was holding the

    the accused

    as he
    accused, Cross-

    examined by defence counsel,
    Grandison said that he did not
    know the accused before the

    incident occurred, When he first
    saw the accused he (the accused)
    was held by Blenman at the back
    of the shop. He»never beat the
    accused,

    Cpl. Parris said that on June 15,
    during the night the accused was
    brought to the Belmont Pglice
    Station by Hyslop Blenman who



    Buoy Marks Wreck
    Off Nelson Island

    A green can-light buoy, marks
    a wreck in 33 feet of Water in
    position 14 degrees, 16 cables
    from Nelson Island, Port-of-
    Spain harbour, according to a
    eablegram received at the Har-
    bour and « Shipping Master*s
    Department on Monday.

    The green ‘light flashes every
    two seconds, visible at four miles
    on the south-west side and to
    an unlighted green barrel buoy
    on its north-east side.

    All stips are warned
    the area a wide berth.

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    said that he had found him in
    his shop. He left the accused at
    the Station and wént to Blenman’s
    ehop, The back door was open and
    he found inside the shop a pair of
    shoes which were claimed by the
    accused,

    Statement Made

    At the.Station the accused made
    a statement. The accused told him
    that he was beaten by Blenman.
    —At this stage the case for the
    prosecution was closed,

    The defence called on Dr, C.
    Clarke who said that he saw the
    accused on June 16, in Glendairy
    Prison, The accused said some-
    thing to him about his condition.
    On examinatien he found that the
    accused had a swollen left hand
    and bruises on the bowels. His
    eyelids were also swollen,

    The injuries on the accused
    could have been caused by a
    beating.



    Two Years For
    Having Acid
    With Intent

    Sentence of two years’ impris-
    onment with hard labour was
    passed on 33-year-old housekeep-
    ex Carmen Marshall of Upper
    Collymore Rock, St. Michael, by
    the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor
    at the Cour* of Grand Sessions
    yesterday.

    Marshall was found guilty by
    an Assize jury earlier in the Ses-
    sions of having a quantity of sul-
    phuric acid in her possession with
    intent to commit a felony on Oc-
    tober 9. Mr. Malone who ap-
    peared* on behalf of: Marshall
    asked the Court to exercise leni-
    ency as his client is the mother
    of a child and is expected to have
    another very soon.

    Before sentencing Marshall,
    Mr. Justice Taylor told her that
    she was found guilty of having
    acid in her possession with intent
    to commit a felony. He had to
    make her realise what a danger-
    ous thing it was.

    Mr. Malone urged that she had
    acid in her possession but that
    she never attempted to throw the
    acid, but there was no doubt due
    to the fact that she went so far in
    the Courtyard in the company of
    policemen and a large crowd
    that there was an intention.

    “This is a most serious offence
    and there have been many cases
    of people having acid thrown on
    them. He could not overlook
    this offence and he must deal
    severely with it,’ Mr. Justice
    Taylor said.

    —

    GOAL IS SOARCE

    Heavy charcoal is again in short
    supply in the island. Messrs.
    Manning & Co., Ltd.’s coal yard,
    where most of the charcoal ar-
    riving from British Guiana is
    stored for sale, was empty yes-
    terday.



    Big supplies of charcoal are
    wanted at Christmas time and so
    schooners bringing the commodi-
    ty here in recent days have been
    getting a quick dispatch. The
    Schooner Pool told the Advocate
    yesterday that they could not say
    when their next boat was coming
    from British Guiana.

    Housewives and bakers prefer
    the heavy charcoal but, because
    of its shortage, light charcoal
    which comes from St. Lucia is
    enjoying good sales. Just a few
    bags remained in the cayged-in
    part of the Pier Head which is
    often filled with bags of light
    charcoal.

    /

    CYCLIST DIES A7'

    HOSPITAL

    Ser ad be
    Gibbons of Station Hill, St. Peter,
    died at the General Hospital
    yesterday morning, Gibbons was
    taken to the Hospital on Sunday
    in ah unconscious condition.

    He was riding a bicycle along
    Benn Hill, St, Peter, at about
    4.40 p.m, on Sunday when he fell
    from it.

    A post mortem examination
    was performed yesterday by Dr.
    A. S. Cato and an inquiry is
    fixed for 2.00 pm. today before
    M:..C. L. Walwyn at the District
    “A” Court,



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    2,486 Bags Of Mail Fishermen Will Be

    Received In Nov.

    THE CHRISTMAS rush at the General Post Office
    is now in full swing. Two thousand, four hundred and
    eighty-six bags of mail were received from overseas
    during November, of which 720 only were intransit,

    the Postmaster told the Advocate yesterday.

    Two

    thousand, five hundred and thirty-seven bags from the
    colony were sent from the island overseas, he added.
    The ost Office staff now have their hands quite

    full, having to deal not only with the usual rush at

    .

    this time of the year but with the thousands of election
    circulars being posted by the various candidates to the

    electors.

    “The local mails which have increased considerably
    in recent years, are heavier than ever this year, and
    additional staff in all categories have been efigaged to
    meet this pressure,” said the Postmaster.

    “For the benefit of the public during the season”
    he said, “the number of stamp sellers has been increased

    from three to four.

    They are on duty throughout the

    day. Three are serving at the general stamp counter and
    the other at the southern end of the building adjacent
    to the registered letter branch.

    BRANCH

    OFFICE

    In addition to this arrangement, he rerninded that
    stamps for all purposes can be obtained at the Parcei
    Post branch at the Wharf where posting facilities are

    also provided.

    Asked if the people in the districts surrounding the
    newly erected branch office at Welches were availing
    themselves of the service, the Postmaster said that a

    great many were.
    districts who deserved the

    said, to gu there and get it.

    He would like everyone in those

    service of a post office he
    Anything that could be

    done at the main office could be dune there. People wno
    availed themselves of the facilities there, help to re-
    lieve the pressure on the main office, he pointed out.

    The Pcstmaster spoke of the lack of co-operation
    at times by some sections of the public and said that
    he hoped during the present season co-operation will
    be given willingly and freely, in order that the Depart-

    ment might carry out its
    smoothly and satisfactorily

    obligations to the public

    He wanted to make a special appeal to household-
    ers not to keep postmen waiting unduly long as they’
    have scores of deliveries to make daily, and besides,
    some have jong distances to travel



    Jamaica Reeovers Well
    After Hurricane

    JAMAICA is recovering very satisfactorily after the

    hurricane of August.

    The emergency measures that were

    taken immediately after it, are coming to an end, but there
    are quite a lov of people still living in tents awaiting re-
    housing, Hon. D, B. Sangster, Minister for Social Welfare
    and Deputy Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party, told the

    Advocate yesterday.
    Mr.

    Sangster is Jamaica’s delegate attending the

    Regional Economic Committee Meeting at Hastings House.



    Hon, D. B. SANGSTER

    GOVT. DREDGER
    UNDER REPAIRS

    Engineers began yesterday
    refit the Government
    which was docked eight
    ago for repairs,

    The work is being supervised
    by Mr. Denton Sayers, Super-
    infendent Mechanic Engineer at
    the Department of Highways and
    Transport.

    The boiler was lifted back in
    place by the Government Crane.
    The dredger will soon again be
    removing mud from the Careen-
    age’s bottom.

    to
    dredger
    weeks

    He said that he was glad to be
    back in Barbados again although
    only for a short stay and express-
    ed thanks to the Government and
    people of Barbados for sympathy
    and general assistance rendered
    Jamaica during the hurricane.

    A great deal of assistance had
    also been made possible by the
    generosity of people from all
    over the world who had con-
    tributed over half a_ million
    pounds to the Governor’s Hur-
    ricane Relief Fund in addition
    to making many gifts in supplies
    and clothing for the help of the
    people.

    Expenditure

    “We are now entering into the

    second or permanent phase ol
    ine recovery programme ana
    tnis involves expenditure from

    our Own funds and the expendi-
    ture of the grant and allowance
    from His Majesty's Government
    totalling £4,600,000," he said.

    “Details of assistance in this
    help from the British Govern-
    ment are subject to approval of
    H.M. Government and already,
    we have had approval of plans
    in relation to housing schemes in
    respect of part of the agricultural
    proposals and hope to obtain ap-
    proval of the remainder of the
    plans very shortly.

    “In this. whole programme of
    rehabilitation, the spirit of the
    people has been grand, and they
    have all made great individual
    effort, in particular, the resusci-
    tation of the banana industry
    has exceeded expectations, but
    they will of necessity lag behind
    in the rehabilitation of the cocoa-
    nut industry,

    “Recently, we have revised the
    Ten Year Development Plan
    which has as its base, the pro-
    visions of social services and
    amenities such as irrigation,
    water supplies, health services
    education and a fair amount of
    economic development based on
    egriculture. In addition, there
    has been rapid development. in
    the industrial felg and we have
    been able to make considerable
    contact with United Kingdom and
    American interest.

    Industry
    “In the whole field of industrial

    Gevelopment, Jamaica is not only

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    Mr. D. W. Wiles, Fisheries
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    to answer many questions asked
    by boat owners whose boats
    were either destroyed beyond
    repair or damaged between
    December 2 and 3. So far it is
    known that 83 boats were
    destroyed beyond repair and 40
    ean be repaired.

    Mr. Wiles told the Advocate
    yesterday that in many cases,
    work has been started on repairs
    and every effort is being made
    to get the repairable boats in the
    water early in January

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    He asked the men to try and
    co-operate and everything would
    work easily. “I think we might
    be able to make a double pay-
    ment this week,” he said

    Fisherman: How about me. !
    am dependent on my boat, I only
    work otherwise when the crop
    season is in

    Mr. Wiles: We .will investigate
    your case.

    He told the men that he was

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    trying to get the boats back into}

    the water as quickly as possible.
    “For instance if a man came in
    and said that only a few boards



    He said that a building pro- of his boat were damaged and
    gramme is at present being drawn asked for $4, we would give it
    up and as soon as materia! js to him right away. I had a few
    available, workmen will be boards in the back room and I
    drafted to this phase of putting told one boat owner to select a
    he industry back at its former few to do repairs.” he s9id
    strength, ent renee sent inant
    When the Advocate reporter aati ad
    visited the Fisheries Odie’ aes NE NENG A
    tvday mef*ning Mr. Wiles, as

    usual, was ‘holding a conference
    vith a group of fishermen. Large
    groups of boat owners and fish-
    ermen have been visiting this
    Office since December 3,

    Insurance

    Mr. Wiles explained the a
    ance system to the men. He said
    that some of the insurance poli-|
    cies. only covered against boats |
    lost or damaged by hurricane or |
    by rough seas caused by hurri- |
    cane, He told them at how many
    miles an hour the wind had to |
    blow for |

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    Aurricane,

    He said that Barbados did not |
    have a hurricane but only rough)
    seas therefore the insurance com-!
    panies that covered against hur-
    ricane were not supposed to pay
    out. He also explained that some
    insurance premiums covered for
    the loss of the boat out to sea and
    not at the mooring. These com- |
    panies did this after some boat!
    owners claimed that they had/|
    lost their boats from the moorings |
    and it was found out that the
    sea Was as calm as a pond, the}
    anchor chain was strong and |
    there was no bad weather.

    it to be regarded as a

    Mr. Wiles told the men that
    the authorities were trying to
    reason with these insurance

    companies but he explained; “If
    such a company says it is not
    paying the insurance money, that
    company will not be paying.
    Neither the Government nor ary-
    one else can make that ConVeesyy |
    pay the insurance. It is left to
    the discretion of the company.” |

    Mr. Wiles told of a case where
    a boat was tied off at the moor-
    ing. The anchor chain was made
    up of eight different pieces of |
    chain, This boat broke away
    from the mooring and was lost.
    The insurance company refused
    to pay the insurance. “Why?
    Because the chain was not a
    proper one?

    A Boat owner:
    a boat without
    chain.



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    a good

    is not
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    a a8)
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    Weekly Pay |
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    The Fisheries Officer then
    explained how the men who were |
    solely dependent on their Rents |
    were going to get $5 a week from
    the Government. That would be!
    up to a certain time and when!
    that time was reached the Gov- |
    ernment would have paid out
    approximately $10,000 to
    men and boat owners.





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    people.

    _

    Warehouses Bustle

    With Activity

    Wareholisés along the water-
    front are “hives of activity” with
    the Christmas season on hand.
    Foodstuffs, clothing and other
    articles that n
    spend days in the warehouses
    until the consignees come for
    them are being hustled out to be
    taken away by lorries and carts.

    “Goods are going out of the
    warehouses as fast as they are
    coming in,” a waréhouse clerk
    said yesterday. “From early
    morning until evening we are
    kept on the go with hardly a
    moment to spare.”

    Pier Head Lane, where most of
    the lorries and carts go to load
    the goods, is often blocked with
    traffic, Vehicles are usually lined
    up on both sides while part of
    the road is taken up with bartels,
    boxes and cases,

    A look inside one of the ware-

    houses showed a variety of
    foodstuffs. and other household
    goods, most of which were

    brought in-during the past week
    by the SS. Lady Nelson, the
    the motor vessel Canadian Cen-
    structor and the motor vessel
    Stentor, These ships brought
    their catgo from Canadian ports,
    Amsterdam, Rotterdam’ and An-
    twerp.

    Meat reserves, eooked bone-

    less hams in tins, shoulders in
    tins, smoked herrings, rolled
    oats, potatoes, flour, biscuits,

    onions, canned fish, pickled meat
    wines, liqueurs. gin, whisk y,

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    of the British Caribbean territc
    ries. We have just passed a la,
    for the éstablishment of an Agri-
    cultural Corporation and laid op!
    the table of. the House, a Bill f
    the establishment of an Industrial
    Development Corporation.”

    Mr. Sangster said he had no-
    ticed the tourist trade was grow-

    ing in Barbados and they in
    Jamaica were doing all they
    could to inerease theirs as the

    West Indies as a whole, was an
    exceptionally good field for tour-
    fst development,

    “In constitutional circles, we are
    at present engaged on talks on
    Federation. A joint committee of
    the Legislative Council and the
    House of Representatives of which
    T am the Chairman, has just fin-
    ished its deliberations on the
    Standing Closer Association Com-





    enamelware, in moderate supplies
    aTe packed away inside.

    Trollymien were up and down
    the narrow passages wheeling
    the cargo to the lorries while
    clerks kept close to them to have
    a check of what was going out.

    Trunks of clothing belonging
    ¢o passengers Who recently ar-
    vived in the island are also

    mixed among the many packages
    of foodstuff. “The quicker the
    salés are made im the stores, the
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    «al structure and to take part
    no the deliberations in London in
    ‘ine Spring of next year. j

    “We are also discussing our own
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    of separate ministries and they
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    veloping rapidly and is bound to
    have a marked effect on the
    closer association of the territory.
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    lishment of industries, there
    would be a greater opportunity
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    sible exception of tne “Merchant
    of Venice, is the most easily act-
    able of all Shakespeare’s plays,
    and no better choice could have
    been made by the Harrison Col-
    lege Dramatic Club for announc-
    ing its arrival on the threshold of
    maturity, Its first large-stage
    production, “1066 And All That,”
    was frankly a start on the wrong

    foot. Anything more appalling.y
    difficult for inexperienced per-
    formers than commercial revue

    ean hardiy be conceived, and al-
    though there was some enjoy-
    ible serambling about and one or
    two promising individuel efforts,
    it was early evident that the speed,

    slickneéss; and pointing up requir-

    ed to
    work

    make
    were

    that sort of thing
    altogether absent.

    This is a hard saying, but neces-

    sary; for it should at once be
    made clear to many who are
    likely to stay away from, “Julius
    Caesar” on the strength of their
    recollections of -“1066" that they
    must on no account do anything
    of the kind. Here is an enter-
    prise of an entirely different
    class, and I am not conscious of
    exaggeration, or of undue indul-
    gence in a natural tender-heart-
    edness towards those who have
    the tradition
    that second or third class matter
    in
    saying that this is just about the
    most exciting thing I Have seen
    in the local theatre.

    The Producer

    This does not of course mean
    that a miraculous perfection has
    been attained. I am compelled
    to write this notice on the
    strength of the dress rehearsal,
    when most of the things that
    could be expected to go wrong
    did so, and although there is no
    reason to doubt that the bumpi-
    est places will be rolled out in
    time for the first fully public
    performance on Friday, complete
    smoothness, for what it is worth,
    can hardly be looked for. What
    is really astonishing is the suec-
    cess of Mr. Derek Fowles, the
    producer (his name is modestly
    in
    a method of staging
    which circumvents the physical
    limits of the Harrison College
    Hall, an bringing the best out of
    at least. two young actors of
    quite exceptional talent, and,
    hardest of all, in. persuading
    about two dozen Barbadian boys

    contriving



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    Police Courts, Court of Orig-
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    Christmas Play at the Convent
    of Good Shepherd, Colly-
    more Rock—-11.00 a.m.

    Harrison College Aquatic
    Sports at the Aquatic Club
    —12, noon

    Dress Rehearsal of Olympia
    Club at the British Council,
    “Wakefield”—4.30 p.m. -

    Reception, R.S.P.C.A. at. the
    British Council, Wakefield—
    6.30 p.m.

    Film, St. Paul’s, at the British
    Council, Wakofield — 7.30

    p.m. .

    Mobile Cinema at Bonnett’s
    Pasture, Britton’s Hill, St.
    Michael—8,00 p.m.

    Police Band plays at the Drill
    Hall at Barbados Regiment
    Annual Ball—9.00 p.m.

    6.00 a.m.

    Sunset: 5.36 p.m.

    Moon: First Quarter, Decem-
    ber 5

    Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

    High Tide: 3.02 a.m., 2.05 p.m.

    Low Tide: 8.28 a.m., 9.27 p.m.



    Sunrise:







    YESTERDAY’S
    WEATHER REPORT

    From Codrington

    Rainfall: nil
    Total Rainfall for Month to
    date: 1.00 ins.

    Highest Temperature: 84.5 °F
    Lowest Temperaturé: 73.5 °F

    Wind Velocity: 19 miles per
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    Barometer (9 a.m.) 29.959

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    play demands, but which so many py young ladies from Queen’:
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    14 ap oe or nin sear We The cretinous citizens and some
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    case of Brutus) to reveal aS success of this venture. Like all
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    Sir Malcolm, in his post-war. at- pag I e I EWIS POWDER COMPACTS
    tempt to regain the record. # ; " Sa — Py coe "i LENTHERIC PERFUMES—
    | he-decided it wasnot good enough, â„¢&Dt, they might find a short-run Wickets fell at 0, 12, 12, 70, 126, 152, 152, L. SMALL Confetti, Abientot, Tweed, Repartie
    * , 5 j Pp
    compromise to put before the 155, 155 igh eal i THOS. W LEGALION PERFUMES ~— ’
    Breaking records is an expen- meeting of the Atlantic Pact SOT aa as Tae mani ee | “G4 DENIAD
    sive business. Sir aes spent Council at Lisbon in February. Worrell 0 4 @ 2 RUPERT sine it ; | oe ¥
    about £60,000 on atfempts with The Council of Europe’s Con- Gomez aa a Ae e JE ‘war
    his speedboat Bluebird. His son, sultative Assembly this morning (ofan ue te RHEUMATIC (Chairman) H. P. HARRIS & CO.
    Donald, has spent at least anoth- adopted 60 to 10 with 29 absten- Ramadnin eh eee od PAINS? All Are Invited! \ Plantations New aes Te 404 Lower Broad Street
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    er £15,000 in the last three tions, the resolution to recommend Byes 4, leg byes
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    Japanese billiard fans believe ;
    she is the world’s best woman bil- 1 ‘ ; OF REAL
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    ° The resolution said that this Worrell b Nobltt 9
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    Woman Dies After Authority should come under the Christiant stpd wai vy Manning 13
    | B a W. ° d democratic control of the Parlia- ‘Gomez b Hole. 18
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    Boys’ School sports which | |the Hospital with wounds about Bourne, v ae 4 BOWLING ANALYS#E aa
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    —-— ws shetpiaabidaniii BARBADOS ADVOCATE _., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1951
    .’ LA S SI F IE D AD S PUBLIC SALES | PUWLIC NOTICES WANTED | LOST & FOUND |
    TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATC | NOTICE ____ MISCELLANEOUS — a ‘SHIPP! ING NOTICES





    NTIQUE JEWELLERY & SCRAP

    UNG v | LD PURCHASED GORRINGES, SWEEPSTAKE TICKETS cries | i Ss)
    For r 1 age ' 7 \ Treasurer Office | be} « = . . 7 cern
    For Births, Mar er Engagement Gar i en | er'e. will D@) ANTIQUE SHOP, 2.1%.51—t.f.n. | A 9651-59, F’.7380-89, A 9000-00, 8.4450-59 Cc
    @nnounc re ib alling the! FOR SALE clud nat £ ‘ | —_ ” awe = CORBIN ' ic 3020-29 D 9000-09, BE. 3480-29. E 9000-08, STEAMSHIP oO. 1 FREN H |
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    find it wiil be impossible
    to do as I so much de-
    sire, hence I am com-
    pelled as a last resort to
    address you through the
    medium of the Press.

    I am therefore appeal-
    ing to each and every
    Voter to make
    THURSDAY, DECEM-
    BER 13th 1951 a MUST |
    day by attending your }$
    District Polling Station {
    and placing your X }
    against my name, and }
    thus assist in making {
    this Island of ours a bet- i
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    WE are having record
    Christmas sales which proves
    that we have the GOODS

    £2,000 more in Xmas
    Goods opening this week,

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    and HARDWARE
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    charge | ; a oe . tant ‘
    tp to d 6 cents per word for each} cup 4 bar n. contac Ww } . + sronoures HOUSE or FLAT: Small House or Flat | Roc Road. Finder son eed os Me pot M.S Poseidon 20th Dec., 1951 ye
    additional word. Terms cash. Phone 2508 AUTOMOTIVE jat T, Geddes Grant Ltd., I ‘ eae 39: | 5» the vieinity of Garrison, Beckles Rd. | returning sam. to the B’dos Turf Club ] a ae ie Si age Cie ile Transatlantique
    between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 3113 for Death me 4 | “=| Pritiens Hill, etc. Apply to Advocate s Helena Sth Jan., ‘
    Notices only aftes 4 v.m somhdiinangiin ellieatindanasiitinesdenseshisietattehtctisdattindanite NOTICE 2 ey SAILING TO PLYMOUTH AND sett
    cpcieeteigenesrieananmnmannannamadegsaienpiaviniapes |, , cn rd Prefect 1960 Model, done PREFABRICATE : . | Advja. Dent. in Writing | AMSTERDAM Sailings te Southampton
    " 14,000 in Battery, one week oid t se enantha ae ake 4 Gon. | THE WEST INDIA BISCUIT Co, LTB, 7.12.51—3n | Harbour L oO M.S. Willemstad Ist Jan., 1952 |
    DIED good, Owner would sell or exchange { Pale . at ie " . iceidiie sath is dans EN NSN Na RC RIT SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND and France
    larger Car. Phade Farmer 9008 m Hi 4 | Transf tooks of the Company PONY-—Wanted by eleven year old BRITISH GUIANA — Via —
    GALE: Cl Mace. ikew of tae tos A 11 .12.51-~4n | » I f,| be med fromm the i4th to the 26h), ri in time for Xmas, a pony who would Sch Marea Henrietta, Sch. Zenith Poseidon 2nd Jan., 1952
    iT plein Gale, on Waramniee tia. ob See and heavy wooden , ap- | De ber, 1931. 6 days inclusive e to be loved. A good home for the |Sch. Mary M. Lewis, Sch. yaa | sas G TO TRINIDAD, PARAMA- Martinique ana Guadeloupe
    her residence “Abingdon” Dalkeith,| CAR—Vauxhall Velox (P.55) 10,000 | Port. Two bedroo $7,700.00 $. St, CLAIR HUNTE ht pony, need not be young but must | Counsellor, Sch. Mary B, Caroline, Sch. fing AND BRIT. GUIANA “COLOMBIE,” 20th Janu-
    Aged.J1. Her funeral will leave her| miles as good as new. Offers received jand Four bedroom $9,200.00 Secretar phasant, Phone Lee, 95347 zit Wonite eh. Adalina, ooh. Amauas S.S. Cottica 17th Dec., 1951 } ary, 1952
    4 rca is 7 . 4 Jethe we! ; AN price t ice Du 11.12.51—47, | 7 M.V 7.2 Tannis, Sch suctiie, MS atre 43 . nin x
    tue Wealbory Goniery pe Se | Ward-robes, Kitehen Cupt E reinneniited __ |M. Smith, Sch. Lady Noeleen, Sch SAILING TO" THENTDAD’ curacao | COLOMBIE,” 2nd March,
    side abe devised tousttand ere aoe eer i NOTICE SALESMAN capable of running phar- | Cloudia S.. M.V. Blue Star, Sch. Gar-| ais Haarlem 24th Dec., 1951 1952.
    V. C. Gale, C. A. L. Gale LIVESTOCK — ees aie eh ee eee PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH 1 aceutical department for well estab-| de: os - Seb United Pilgrim S..M-¥.| MS. Helena 2and Jan., 1952 \\{ “COLOMBIE,” 13th April,
    | | showing full details « be seen at K. F B hes hial ‘Treasurers Office wit}|! shed U.K. suppliers. Good salary with | Caribbee ai S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD. | 1952
    HOPE: On December 11, 1961, Natimus, | “seme ee | Saaee — an | be ' business on Thursday, 13th re em eee a eons In Touch with Barbados j Agents. | Ss Oe
    His funeral wil ive his late resi- nals Geen : os 4th December. 195). copies 0 imonials and photograph to | 999956995005000000000007 hts
    dence, Paynes Bay at 4 o'clock this} ‘ penne ps Pp Se ee WOOD GODDARD. Pox T.J Care Barbados Advocate Coastal Station South-Bound and Cruise.
    afternoon for St. Jams Cemetery, | "ely Phone 96247 ; | one aes ee ae - Paroctial Treasurer, | eee ta ees ae gee ae The M.V. CARIBBEE will Calling at: Trinidad, La
    Fricgdna, Ghristabella, Hor, Otho and MECHANICAI [37 Hit 1212 Sia | WANTED TO PURCHASE Boy's Bicycle | that they can now communicate with the | % Tons Sarma Aun Passengers ae & ify Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
    aes Minne, (CHibdren); Adeeas | ou me __ | the rat iy of December, 19 t NOTICE table for boy aged #—10 years. old, | flowing ships through thelr Barbados /® Nevis and St. Kitts, Sailine 1ith gena, Jamaica.
    Hope (Brother), Babsie Hope! ‘Ty FMTER: Good second hand Type-1 "sg share Hitahts ‘Limited — hone 2349 38.13. 51-—Sn. | Coens Station ak \@ instant, ? “COLOMBIE,” 9th January,
    (Cousin) 12.12.51) wr : The Estate of S.S. Bardal, Lady Nelson, Danmack, | The M.V
    pt ses Tah eaten eee cee giores: Werte, Socepted. |" 908 sitar B'dos Fire Insura c AUBREY FITZ ALLAN BISHOP { Atheicrest, Queen of Bermuda, Lady Rod- gueee aca FE merase will accept \ 1952.
    talph Beard Bay Street 12.12.51-—2r | 566 : B'dos Shipping Trad sadaunen BARBA N TURE CLUB ney, Reseue,, Captain John D.P., Ran-} Tae? sad Seereneiee ggg oom HCO) MBIE,” 2 E
    GOVERNMENT NOTICES FPEWERTNE Mlantitds, ‘tohe carina’ ee fom Issue| NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN that ail DO Kitoto, Fort “Townshend, Alcoa Planter, SS oe ee . whee \ - Oth Feby
    1 ' ge and Portables, Also Adding and| t4 shares — B'dos lee Co., Limite hie acca cate 8 aay Sestaee Sparrow, Point, Willemsted, Atlantic | ft, be notified “COLOMBIE,” 2nd April,
    Calculating Machines and Dimafc 210 " W.L FE Refine I oa ae oem a, Sree NOTICE Wave, Montebeio Hills, Elstree Grange. The a Vv. DAERWOOD wiil 1952
    Dictating Machines. Bradshaw & ited . >) Sere Eero . Sta teat * rhe me aecept Cargo and Passengers for ‘
    ® 14 ni 1, are heret r Kallada, Ampacidaho,, Linaria, Howard 5 u - 7 assengers
    Voting By Election Officers | j..15 12.19.01—an. | "10 shares — W.1. Biscuit Go, Limited. |7uNe, 1901, are hereby required to, sead T. Ricketts, Alcon Roamer, Golfito, Loid.s|@ St. Lucia, St. Vincent, Grenada, Accepting P “
    The previous notice published in For further particulars and conditio to the indersigned Barclays Bank THE HOLDERS of the 2/-| Nicaragua, Brazil, Argentina, Cottiea, Tin- = * ra ate of Departure Carge — Mail.
    the Press regarding the method of MISCELLANEUUS jof sale, apply to; s s Dow n Colonial and Overseas) the/Sweepstake tickets A 0015 andj|dra, Ariguant, Logans Fort and 8.8. | oO We nosed ant :
    voting by Election Officers is — eT — ee een tnbe aa ‘tor of the will of the|U 9536, which drew the Consola- | V#rdaas | B.W.I. SCHOONER OWNERS R. M. JONES & Co.
    cancelled. Election Officers whol c ANT QUES — Of every description | = | dec e office of the said Bank |tion horses “MRS. BEAR” and — | ASSOC. Inc. Ltd
    ; z ) § vlass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver Bridgetown, on or before | ,, AB” 1 hcady ¢ | Tele. 4047, .— Agents.
    wish to vote must write direct to] Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto-| ~~ — . the January 1983, after whien |“ STREET ARAB” respectively for RATE. ” EXCHANGE |
    the Presiding Officer of the Dis-] &phs etc., at Gorringes Antique Shop | AUCTION i Bank shail proceed te the Club’s recent Autumn Meet- ATES OF Ex Yeosses — .
    trict in}which they are registered| “°!™>"* Hoyal Yaeht Club | ssets of the deceased|/ing, are hereby informed that DECEMBER 11, 1951
    requesting him to mark a_ ballot Sn | ote eereions sonsives tno "y . oe t eich ‘cl ims a these horses are at present expect- | ge 9/107 pr. Cheaues on |
    , TT hth ats eee | nee Be MANN & <0. Seren Se ee ea eStice ‘of ang|ed to arrive on the 14th instant. Bankers 66 9/10% pr : ° ° ; 2
    paper on their behalf. This also] BRIF CASES: Pure Egyptian Leather | doy 2 pr 1) One } Mort eve had notice of, aray a jemand Drafts 66.75% pr.
    Br ; | : Will th ersons kindly eall at trseeee D P
    n lies Mec’ i. iain } Brief Cases, Leather Wallets, Ladies’ | Oxford é Ca rfe be Heble the assets of] i ese p “ . * i ws dias
    applies to Election Officers who RS te. B : " * | Ds ad te, anal fi Synagogue Lane. Sight Drafts 66 6/10% pr. |
    Have already communicated with] Gite et TeAN Rl and everlasting | order only renson f¢ ' | Se eae oe 2 yjou office, Synagog 6% 9/10% pr. Cable erat ee )
    Mey citeaet Gaerne rs ee Gift at THANI Bros ee | ing the island “Terms Cash « | pense whose deh or claim it sha G. A. a 67 4/10% pr. Currency 65 4/108 ‘pr. | SOUTHBOUND
    al Se ary’s ». § f.n. | of the Har R j e had n Secretary. Coupons 64 7/10% pr Salls Sails Sails Salls
    9 51. ee | AUCTIONCE in! And all persons indebted to the said} tens |
    11.12,51—2 CHRISTMAS GIFTS Bee our et action ——— | estate are reqiedied to -cettle theip| 12.12.51—3n Silver e Montreal Halifax Boston Barbados Barbados
    * . brands of liquors attractively put up in| LORRY—1940 Ford I We are in-| dness without delay pa emcenenepmerertanemaaenymaenee —_— ae } apanmed? ke a s ameies
    avme lation “RP ben liquor 4 ; . ae a dl | . NORTHBOUND
    Payment of Salaries Pensions the | scason’s attire. Mount Gay Dis- | structed | i ‘ sell] Dgied Ose Ont Gey cf NeversBes, 20e0) RN ENT. NOTICE Arrives Sails Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
    and Advances eries Limited, Shepherd it ac a Naeesions ¢ : 7 ; COLONIAL & OVERSEAS) ~ NN aS 4 Barbados Barbados Boston Halifax Montreal Oy, Seep
    IT is hereby notified for gen- 3 Srubaese Frid ith Dec. } By its Attorney
    - wey vn ae tol ane —— : ' 3 } - “LADY NELSON” 22 Dec 24 Dec 3 Jan 4 Jan
    eral information that the payment CAR TYRES in the following ize t2y | R. B. McKENZIE ! 7 . 2OR 7 te epuedhaiiainmhbemmes
    of salaries, pensions and advances | 5 * 16, 650 x 16, 600 x 16, 550 x 16, JOUN M. BLADON & Cx 2.11.51—4n. | REPRESENTATION OF THE ets ta ELLANEOUS
    : a , 525 x 16, 500 x 16, 550 x 17, 400 x 18, and \ er PROVISIONS) ACT, 195
    for the month of December will} 509 “x “ig, also ‘in. stock truck tyres. | ————— ~ = | NOTICE musbiiie thi Mactan badeeiaitn sh atiell GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD.—Agents.
    m a6 t ..— z re tyre Co. r Ty J h 4 > ea
    1. Salaries and allowances tc atreete Pnon mone es as on nan iL IQUOR Le IC E NSE NOTICE j ne Neate or Ne fai. ra : ‘aibials cas ate
    ‘itrtinas tachment OMel? ee oi 1 ls ata \ of | DAVID CLEFFORD DRAYTON } For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate,
    2aTrbados sovernmen Fe ene a x ‘ Pe - ° » TH
    a . 1 : DUNLOPILLO MATTRESSES Ralph | St. Martins, St P ) p ) deceased (a) To make or publish a false statement of fact regarding the | Oe
    ic ee ee —- instant. Beard has a large selection of Dunlopillo| sell Spirits, Malt Liq ‘ t NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all onduct or personal character of a candidate; a hih-deapeintantaned TERMINALS a fol
    2. olice anc ire Brigade} Mattresses also Slumber Pillows, Call| board and vhingle shep t nize | persons having any debt or claim upon'| CORAUNT. OF ae . , co Toh ~~ — ——
    Pensions on the 20th in-| in and view, at Raiph Beard,, Bay Street. | roof attached to residence at Martins, | or effecting the estate of David Clifford (b) To conspire with another to behave in a disorderly manner | ESD pg Fn tO a
    stant. 12.12.51-—2n, | St. Philip aiid Drayton late Enterprise in the parish of ; sai : a rte a ‘hh
    $. Teacher and. Railway Pen-|- mais : Dated this 10th day of December, 1981. | Christ Church who died in this island CFG POLE e rence Wills: he:erien ae PERRO NINE, SDN CANADIAN SERVICE
    sions on the 21st lvistant - FASHION BOOKS—A few To 4 I PER a 1 | on the 9th day of May 1951 are hereby ness of the meeting; j
    s 21st inste ashion Books have arrived, Magistrat Vist, ‘*€ equired to send in particulars of thei : ; | i
    4. All other local Government] left deposits are advised ed ERIC BRATHWAITE claims. dilly attested: to the usidessianed, (c) To hire, use or play in any band of music at a meeting or in | From Halifax, N.S., and Montreal,
    Pensions on the 22nd in- ane oe am roc Ebon a aban ae care of D Lee Sarjeant, Solicitor, 12 a procession; | Expected Arrival
    £ Pr I 1 Stree James Street ret
    stant. . eet, Bridgetown, on or before a . 4 ‘ x : Dates, Bridgetown.
    Bt ahs ia ‘ihe haa 1 ‘ ‘ to b the 19th day of December 195% after (d) To fail to give the Police of the district at least 3 hours notice | Montreal Halt i J
    : alaries and Pensions paid} INDIAN SANDALS: Colourful and| at Police Court, District ont whieh date I shall proceed. to distribute ; ‘ ities . | ss, “SUNPRINCE™ as Novi a Pee eee ~
    on behalf of the Govern-| fancy. Ladies hurry before all go, Shop| the ist day of December, 19 11 | the assets of the estate among: the parties | of the intention to hold a political meeting. 1 oe aaa . : 21 Novy, _ ov, fs 12 December
    ments of Trinidad and Brit-| at THANI'S Pr. Wm Henry St. Dial 3466. | o'cloc! RIG shed crtitied thereto having regard to tht| Un Polling Day:— ‘POLYRIVER” 4 - 3 Jan. 31 Dec! 15 Samiany
    ish Guiana on the 24th. in- 5.12.51—t.f.n | \. W. HARPER debts and claims only of whieh I shal! ; Fs ‘ ; ; i “A VESSEL” eee}! 9 ¥
    stant ——— - - — - Police Magistrate, Di | ther. have had notice, and that I shalt (a) No intoxicating liquor may be sold or given away on licenced | CSSEL ‘ ~ 28 Jan, 2% Jan. 14 February
    the LADIES' UNDERWEAR: In _ panties, 12. 51—1 ot be Nable for assets sb distributed & ; ; “i hours between ‘the waite too ee ere
    12.1..51] slips, nighties and brassieres in large 5 : . premises or at clubs during the hours between the ope & UNITED KINGDOM SERVICE
    } 5 S 8 F 8 “ny person of whose debt or claim I
    ee variety at THANI'S. §.12.51—t.f.n — ———-~-—~ | shall not have had notice at the time of and closing of the poll;
    OFFERS are invited for the} -—— — — LIQUOR LICE NSE NOTICE) such distribution ih Sala Aika st allow employees a period off of not less than From Newport, Liverpool and Glasgow
    purchase of Cane to be reaped]. KIDDIES INTERLOCK Vv cSTS: A c . And all persons indebted to the said ( employers must allow emp!o; a pe ” | noaerrensnemntioe Bier
    during 1952 from 121 acres of ferrin se Snelte for skins, sizes from The applic ation of 1 1 « tate are requested to settle their ac- an hour for voting (even though Thursday may be a half Expected Arrival
    . 12 to rice from 69 cents up, at | Applewhaite St. G ‘ counts without delay : Dates
    Government_ land at the Pine KIRPALAN#, 52 Swan Street nsasOR : oe . Dated this 18th day of October 1951. day). | ‘ Newport Liverpool Glasgow BARBADOS
    Plantation, St. Michael. It is esti- 12.12,51-—-1n | at @ board and shingled shor shed WAKEFIELD PH¥LLIPS, (c) For the purpose of affecting the return of any candidate:— ss. “SUNWHIT” 5 ; 9 Noy. 16 Nov. 4 Dec. 28
    mated that the yield from this) ————————-————— |" ae neS ; : Qualified Executor, Estate of ; bee ak ee -- I Dee, i7 Dee. 28 Dec. 7 January
    acreage should be in the vicinity | , LEATHERETTE EASY CHATRS suitable | Jineh ars eae e David Clifford Drayton, deceased. | (i) No person may supply, or use any bunting, banners or |
    4 « Iffice and Homes $50.00 at Ralph dated th 10th a { Decemb ay ; ‘arin stssyepdesilppne eltteiaagstepateninantaocagctitoaaeedeaenaidipanacatiapaaaat eee
    of 4,200 tons of cane Beard, Lower Bay Street. 12.12.51-—2n. | 7 C, W. RUDDER, Esa j a | flags on any car; | UNITED KINGDOM AND CONTINENTAL SERVICE
    Tenders should be subsrmittecl to | xxx ene Police Magistrate, Dist. “B ! y > i o pers ay supply or use any loud speaker or public 0 split eee tia
    the Director of Agriculture, P.O OW CLOTH & CONGOLEUM—In very BERYL TURNEY NOTICE | (ii) No person may PPK . ae . F P } acid Expected Arrival
    Box 505, not later than 29th of | !°v¢!¥ patterns. Shop for these and other : Cote pea ddiines | address apparatus in any car; | Antwerp Rotterdam Londen Dates, Barbados
    avo, < household items at THANI'S N.B.—This application will be Zz SEALE | : ates idhiain hapa tl aie |
    December, 1951, and should state| "° oe $.12.51—t.4.n | ered at a Licensing Court to be held eased (iii) No person may supply or wear any favour; eae ee REST" 21 Nov. 24 Nov. 28 Nov. 14 December
    terms and conditions of price, de- — cities | Paume Court, Diet on Thursday the NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all (iv) No persons may, without sufficient cause, congregate | °° “MARIA DE LARRINAGA” 8 Dec. 11 Dec. 17 Dec, 2 January
    livery, etc " STOC KPORT KHAKI DRILL: The| 24th day of December 1951 nt 11 ock ) persons having any debt or claim against | prey r : . 7 rs : 15 Jan 18 Jan 25 Jan & February
    “_ r 12.12.51-—3n | King of All Khaki Drills. Guaranteed fast } 4.™ a wv affecting the estate of James Edward | within 100 yards of a polling station; A sl
    12,5 dye, Reduced at $1.52 a va. Discount for ca Mariette, Dees ee ta ee ee (v) Electors must obey any order of the presiding officer or | gents ; PLANTATIONS LIMITED — Phone 4703
    vyholesale purchase. S. Dia alice via . | 7 & i wn in a rf |
    ANNOUNCEMENTS 66. ; 5.12.51—t.f.n | 12 12.51—I1r died at Baxters Road aforesaid on the constable, and if necessary, form a queue; )} << ES’
    Sth day of April 1951 are requested to » ¢ ic ace f roe r
    STRAW MATS—Fancy designs for bed- | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE, | %n@ 9 partivulars of their claims duly (vi) No person in any public place, polling building or road
    $5 in goods and with your eash bill} "om at $1.64 each at THANI'S, 1 Heat re vs ‘ {N PUCLIOSE a BAHROW? eras Geen passing within 100 yards of the polling station may at- ,
    : 51— n@ application of E « r. | JESE 3A A ur t 4D) | :
    You get ® guese-coupon: how many ASAE SSOE | at” Christopher Girls ool ‘ JOSEPHUS DANIEL Qualified Executors tempt to influence a voter, or ascertain for whom he is }
    _ in a Ph Ant can win ane STEEL GALLERY TABLE—Buy your-| {or permission to sell Spirits vl of the will of the said ames Edward voting ,
    AO Fa oes ee ee ete 1 SHOPT seit a Steel Gallery Table Round $1450| Liquors &c., at asboard and shingled shop | Seale deceased, C/o Messre. Haynes & ; i
    A, Oe tes .11.81--t.f.n. | ea. Square $17.50 ea. also Steel Chairs | situated near St. Christopher Girls’ Sehoo! | Griffith: Solicitors, of No. 12 High Street, — .
    ’ $8.50 ca. with Arms $12.00 in Red and|Ch Ch, within the jurisdiction of the | Bridgetown on or before the 16th day of = Se y
    etnies anes a Greer At. Ralpt Beard. Ls . Bay | Police Magistrate, Dist, “B December 1951 after which date we shall! )
    DENTURES- Have your Broken | Den- Bewen pitta Sabie Re oat oy 7H Dated this 10th day of December 1951, | proceed to distribute the assets of the | SEA VIEW GUEST H}
    ean, Whe s ences oMskiltuly. repaired | — sonication nehontaee To: CG W. RUDDER, Esq » | deceased arnong the parties entitled there- 1 }}
    in three hours, Square Deal Denture] 8-P.C.A. BANDS OF MERCY BADGES Police Magistrate, Dist B ; to having regard only to such claims of . Hi
    Repair Service. Reed Street were sold out at the eens but may EXLEY ROACH which we shall then have had notice HOUSE Kt
    nh 11.12.61—2n,] be bought at Johnson's and Applicant ind we will net be Hable for the assets H
    the Advocate Store aoe each N.B.—This application will be consid ny part thereof so distributed to any HASTINGS BARBADOS i
    1 Licensit *o o be he son © hos “bh a : a t
    LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE] __ $n. | Police (Court, ‘Dist. “B", on Monde Snes have iad nol |} Under new management. LONDON }
    The application of Wilbert Green off TOOLS—i1) Heavy duty Cireular Saw | 24th dey of December 1451 at Il o'clock And all per indebted to the said | Daily and longterm rates }
    Pilgrim Place, Ch. Ch., for permission] (1) 12” Thickness Plane. (1) Lathe and] @.™ gee : estate are vr ed to settle their in MEDICATED quoted on request )
    to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &c., a| Tools; (1) Spindie Holder and Cutters Cc, W. RUDDE = tedness nt dela : ; rors Permanent guests i)
    board and ized shop situated at} G. S. ROSS W.I, Rum Refinery. Dial 2978. Police Maytat - GWEMETH RUCKESS BARADY, wWDOROoePS weloome N
    Pilgrim Place, Ch. Ch. within the 8.12.51—4n | 12.12. 51—]t es , . 7 eae hak i
    jurisdiction of ‘the Police Magistrate of} ————-———_——_— rap ‘ beh a pe iat he ee gl i / - Dinner and Cocktail 1
    Dist. “B" TOYS—s for yourself the Mobo| LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE| Quilified Excoutors of the will o 3 parties arranged, | i$
    Dated this 6th day of December 1951. | Magic Doll’s Push Chairs, also Tot Cycles Tr ; 11 | . aati oe ret 10,51—31 4 J. H, BUCKLAND, )
    : aw y s isto at Ralph Beard, Lowe © application of R d Her 10.5 . ND, {
    Molise Magistrate, Dist, B" ct ee ne eat Ellerton, St. George, for permission to | > nie Taste Good!... Do Good! Proprietor. } MW
    WILBERT GREEN, oe — sell Spirits, Malt Lique &« at i
    Applic TORNADO-—International K.4l. Beautt- | and everite shop near reside “| ADVERTISE — $a aN x
    N.B.—This application will be consid- | ful condition, excellent equipment, good abil pas cee i (rns POPES SOSSOS. , | PDD SOS LELAP LAP POE BY AIR
    ered at a Licensing Court to be held at] racing record. Cost $700.00 now $500.00, | | ated 1s Gs wn i 3 x) © S 7
    Police Court, Dist, “B”, on Monday the} No offers, Hicks, Telephone 3189. To; < a Pre ooo ae Eq - } IN THE } If not saved but seeking % | % o )
    aoth day of Decemiber 1961 at 11 o'clock | 10a | PORSN Madingeaia. Dive OT x Salvation, please write for x $ NOTICE TO OUR % it
    C. W. RUDDER WATCHES: Very beautiful Ladies and Apt ADVOCA TE . x | % i}
    Police Magistrate, Dist. “B’. | Gents’ watches 15 jewel from Germany N.B.—This applic i be ‘ FREE HooK x CUSTOMERS $ e i
    12.12. 51—1n Gold Plated at $24.50 and $32.50 each, | ered at a Licensin nirt to be he } * 2 | {{
    You must sec them at THANI'S Pr. Wm. | Police Court, Dist. “B". on Monda | sncerediciaalrt ~ < Which Makes val ¥ : ity if
    i PEASE RES | 5" chin al ot ch = || ae ‘ S|} ADVOCATE STATIONERY = |
    I ie Naa lam 7 as ) < * f % - . .. ys .
    TB BS BAHASA oe ok Se Sy Sent, BHP FOR SALE FR ota eg E/E moto ntaGan |
    Barbados and sceneries of the Island rich | Pe i « {% b Elections on Thursday, 13th &
    ; anes. fon” ti%s 4 | 12.12.51—11 ae 9 Eue . ooo een? ¥
    uw Christmas oa a gag pen eh ll a a ek ——— |}! x SALVATION % & inst, | Austin’s Menu Paar- x
    31251-—-tf: | JQUOR LICENSE NOTIC! H saa % PLAIN” > g lour will not be opened, %
    ! BL NGAL .
    | The application of Bvels Atwell « J : ‘ s, | gS ‘ + I, .
    # the. Hinmnewety. erent PERSONAI [Workman St. George for permission to |{{ partly Stone and, Lath and S S._ Roberts, Gospel ¥ is C. M. R, AUSTIN x
    uy More Cooking it AL ‘ell Spicite, Malt Liquorn dc. at a be 1 Dining Mak Livine nacrd, Vemandal Reap © sree, Beevion, 30 R Proprietor. |
    and shingled shop » shedroof attact ' Toilet and Bath,, Garage. Suitable entral ve, ngor, NL %,
    , More Work, but ., va than | MELONS re eT eee cio | ANNES Sh Mramkmans, Ot Goatees o5:, [{) at Reckley, about tee yarde from &: Ee %
    she As e@ public are hereby warned agains Jatec his 10th day of December 1@ #Ea 4» ; +.
    LESS WORRY when tiving credit to my wife, OLGA HARE- | To € W,. RUDPER, Esa r es CHE RCHILL = SS a — e
    WOOD inee Hutson) as I do not hold | ice Magistrate, Dist B Stone Bungalow, cor ising 3
    GAS FOR COOKING, |‘ pare er | tone Bung comprising
    + myself responsible for her or anyone else | EVELYN WELL | Bedroom. Dining and Living 7m
    gontracting any debt or debts in my | \pplicant. 1% Room, Verandah, ‘Kitchen, Tollet DECORATIVE GLASSW “ARE
    name unless by a written order signed | N.B.—This applicat a Oe wn } nd Bath, Garage, Situate at j ived
    by me jered at a Lice t rele li: s. Christ Churet ust receiv |
    Signed GORDON HAREWOOD Police Court, Dist. “B”, « day. th Maewens: GUNCREST a 5 |
    M WEBB Sea View, St. Jumes, | 24th day of Decemb« VIE ete 1) Modern Bungalow son aprons Hh VASES, ROSE BOWLS, DRESSING TABLE SETS ;
    e i > at ) 16,000 square fect of land, ETC., ETC,
    ———_— \ RUDDE 1}) ; doking Golf Cousse with viaw
    STOCKBROKER. Fhe public are herehy warned Police BH oe 5 Wt -
    a dow o t ‘ prising 3
    @iving credit to my wife, EDLRE } 12. 12.51—1r 1 Med I i fame d Dining } CENTRAL EMPORI M )
    Barbados Investments. (nee Eileen Sargeant) as I do not holt | meen wenn | HH Ror, KK Spacious Games Cnr. Broad & Tudor Sts.
    nmeyself responsible for her or anyone else | ot {i Roor also Garage { 6
    Oversea Orders Executed. contracting any debt or debts in my | =a Si1{} Servants Room with Bath’ and §{\ |
    a) | rare unless by a written order signed . 11 ; } |
    reet by me E teak. ‘“ . ‘ } i BUNGALOW
    Tee bi : Signed HILTON KING To My Fellow Electors, } 1 $$) ckkey New Road: on approx- } |
    ridgetown, Waveley “ty cof Br ] : ) , 19,000, square feet of land, | ®
    (over Phoenix Pharmacy)- st. G City of Bridgetown Ash} (4 St dew Ubhedine. Geis
    11,12.5 ) drooms, Drawing and ‘
    Dial 4796. — Hours 9-3. ; Sih eitthen Offers will be considered for the purchase of the
    1.12.51. *& Dear Fellow Elector, QI Garage’, Servants, |{{ above group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the
    ‘ i Sih) (tt and ‘ollet, an _
    FOR SALE | I have tried to meet {ii{i © Laundry oF | erate dlaadea anak
    || HM RUNGALOW
    SOOO SOODSD SI SODSS SOE, : ‘\} I Bedrooms, 2 with
    ical 8 (1) Burner Florence Oil Stove 1} $4 do “apd: Bath "and | nny Faroe
    (1) Pheonix Vacuum Cleaner my campaign, but due )))} 5} also a separate “t and Bath, |
    10-DAY'S NEWS FLASH (1) Seven Tube Radio & Grama th 8 jee ie a ae ah {} x Hullng and Living Wacm. lares | Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. .. 305 713
    phone Pickup. All in good © the large crease \ FRTAIGE Gh WEES ad, Tene } C
    cree est_ and m ireenland &
    ondition, Dial 3503 the number of Voters, } ite patio to the East, Kitehen Overhill approx. .. 324 644 {
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    Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised

    \\} and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as well as
    D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, the factory produced

    |) 4,352 tons of sugar, The bags required for the 1952 crop |

    LEATHER
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    (
    ‘
    000 square feet of
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    Bungalow situate at Strathclyde ;
    comprising 2 Bedrooms,, one large
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    i The mechanical equipment of the group includes
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    quare feet of land complete)

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    Ml., SIX BARBADOS ADVOtATK MI'MSLIAV. DtXtMBIK 18. 1WI KOIII \ norm's mini in:<.i\v i.\ NEW VOIIK JULIUS CAESAR ••* i-<i them .iro bom* husllod out to be tak*n away by lorries an-) cart*. "Goods are going out of the warehouses aa fan as tl.-% in coming in." a warehouse rlork said v>i(f rday. "From early morning until evening wr ara kept on the go with hardly %  moment to spare." Pfc-r Head I-an*. where most of the lorries and carts go to load tho goods, is often blocked Irltti irafnc Vchitl"-!* mo usually line.1 up on both ttdH while part 01 the road HI tatutn up with Danfia, boxes and •**•. AM of tho warehouses anowed a variety ol foodi-nilT, and olMr haur-ehoid most of which wetbrought in-during the part week bv DM S S. I.ad> Nelson, lb. the motor vessel Canadian VmorurtM and the motor vessel *tea*or n..-.e ship* brought their c ; .rt>, from Canadian i*""'Amat.rdaan. %  tottardam and Antwerp. Mcai i naaw ve*. cooked bonem in tint. f'< Una, HIM oatf. potato"*!, floor, biscuit*. onion*. eannM tith, plcWed men' %  irtn. w h I s k > Jamaica Recovers Well After Hurricane Mb clarity. %  %  apery (irawne) l ** 5Be %  ,a !" aaanaaapaaarw-i ptay*. Th*r<-inthree great parta In Irwt o* Mark r-cen made by the Harrison Col.\nt •• %  , tfiet ef lege Dramatic Club for announrCaasic* the moat interesting, that mg lb arrival on the Ih yaafaold MraWat, Taking maturity. Its Otat large-lage therf .it ravaraa order, the difflIM And All Tha woi frankly u start on tha wrong ivu>a reosonably placing and foot Anything more appalline.'./ i-lauaibir reading, but of getting .rnpalh* formers than i Kan hardly be conceived, and atP*"J which so manv Aougfa th. rc waa some enjoy*' ht re pel. For ttstra ble acrnmblmg about and on,' <•*"£ from it il are BSiaing mdiVKtuKl efforts. jWfn l\wn Brute tells us. :l waa early evident that the speed. nrt * rt * luvkness, and pointing up requir1e d to make that sort of thing *"JL, eork war, ..itngather absent. xEr* This la a hard saying, but nccta..",V a *ary. far it should at once be ..i^ "„ made dear lo many who arc QC,,,,. hk.-lv lo atay away from, "Julius l#K tituiie has been ao led by Caesar* on the strength of their adulati-n thai he ha* rjecorne recollectiona of "1066" that they 'ncapablc either of self-judgemust on no account do anything mem or "f entertaining the judgeof the kmd. Here is an enterrnants of others". Some obacure f an entirely different instinct for integrity seems, here class, and I am not conscious of as elsewhere (other and _tnore ration, or of undue indulobvi< about him. the picture i* iiuat oe ex. .for the years ago— nvlrinnire. a ratlonniotives and prig whose conacl samples are ;gance in a natural tender-heartaai Henry V> to have uhdervc ""'•' iednaas towards those who have mmd ShnkeapeBres professed broken free from uM tradition Intention, and led h I that second or third class matter ***. muoh From page 5 M -nittcc's Rapart. We are prepur.oto ptoag in tiie DaoV l Itruetura and to lake part Hie osiiberations m LOB bpung of next year. We are also discussing our own 'be establishment of ao industrial constitutional advances .md it is :ienl Corporation." likely tn^t we will have at a Mr. Sangstcr said ho hacT n< '"• aa i abl t a ^ iTaa n l touriat trade was growof separate ministries and they mg in Barbados and they in would be further advanced in J.ni.iiica were doing all they due course. Could 10 increase theirs as the — %  West Indies as a whole, was an KeK'O-al Outlook i xceptionally good field for tour"Jan*..... s ouilooK is becoming 1st development. %  """ l n %  *•. "in ana auueu. wc WHI no JII mat In constitutional circles, we are .,„ tn iiM _-"". .„ w ,„ Uta ,,.., "Jamaica lays great stress on i.lishiiii-nt of a Trade Cooan^usionOT Barvko la the United Kmtu, md of UM Regional Economic COBn— ^_ mitteaS rontribution lo West enan>rrware. i„ moderate supplies 1{M[ %  l TrK!^2 Bwa y wade. Aftk< t lbout „„. economic prorroilynaan were up and down ^ of hc Wesl lBd The Producer he Legislative Council and ... House of Representatives of .-hit h I am the Chairman, has just fln'•hed its deliberations on the Standing Ctooar Association Cornnarrow pi %  rawing irfco to thy lorries while clerks kept close to them to havo Sangater said: "It ho* I v Hoping rapidly and is liound 1<> hnve a marked affaci Qg Bag loser assoiiai.ii, ol Uie larritory. back of what was going oul "-.hmoni of industries. tberr mid be a greater opportunity r trade within the Territories dny to laj M sag %  regional activity b nelds." Bmtus) to reveal Is good enough for Barbados. In !" he dared of the realities saving that BUS is just about the Wng behind the ideu of :h.ghm ;he7oV': i rfhe ,h ,n e lt hflV %  %  .oo^^ver'^om'^Pu.arc'h'^ Th^. ,h Ior '" ,hentrt result is. the credit of Brutus: with an intelligent audience I stands Ml ground quite as slipTius does not of course mean pery as that of Antony with the thai a miraculous perfection ha* conspirator*, and the affection been attained. I am compelled which he must draw from his to write this notice on the hearers, if the whole point of the strength of the dress rehearsal. p'"> '* n< *> p lost, can only when most of the thing, that he asm red by the most cMicato could be expected to go wrong &* * %  nt ,h " ^ u,vor did so, and although there is no Pa*a, reason lo doubt that the bumpiScholanhip? eat places will ba rolled out in time for Uie flr*l fully public 1 have never seen any one performance on Friday, complete accomplish this so well as A. S. smoothness, (or what it is worth. Hopkinson. This was indeed a can hardly be looked for. What "noble BruUjs". in appearance, m illv astonishing is the suemanagement of voice and poaoass of Mr Derek Powles. the >"*• ,ind in mov,n slnrertty. producer (his name is modestly "'>*.ewUuss to write with absent from the programme) In mt^naerate enthusiasm about which r.reumvents the physical ^^u do^not as soS ashS um.t, of the Kmbon CoOeg* SffJ^ Hall, an bringing 'hr best out Of t)ner u VAlll Hopklnson .gt on %  at least two young ..lors or tftn ,. i) ll .. ^-hotarshlp to the quite exceptional talent, and. Roy.,) School of Dramatic Art. it hardest of all. Ul i>#rsuadint w( || be musitig the blggeat chance about two dozen Barbadian bovs ever Ukety to "-me its way of dait-aiisiKitiriK its value in thhl I va in Uio island are all mixed among the many packages of foodstuff. "The gjulekoi the .ales are made in Uie stores, tha %  M rri iMisior th* warehouse-^ will be," pattern the clerk sakl making him not merely unlikeable but contemptible. T I Caesar ever bestrode 'hr narrow world like %  Colossus is hardly • reciible. all ha has i. ihe externals of prasenee and authority '--line I hy dudlon. were very well given by C. C Laynej and | much a* can reasonably The mention of individuals must •top here, out practkaUy all the by young ladles from Queen*COiangg. were respectably played. The cretinous citizens and some rather gingerly soldiers worked hard and provided a lot of amusement, perhaps not all inten'ional The almost impossible task of giving conviction to the battle 'cents at Philippi was n o t achieved; I wonder if it ever ha' been. The Elizabethans like rith a free-for-all of the. sort; with us the enj<" usually confined to Ihe businesside of the floats, where a numbei of people who have been rather out of It are given a chance ( working up a pleasurable lnlhei Dozens of willing horses muM have made greater or smaller contributions to the heart-warm Ini success of this venture. lake al such, the knowledge of good work done will be a sufficient reward but, at the risk of annoying her '. I think a special tribute should be paid to Miss Eleanor Nurse, whonce again has given a ful" measure of her genius for pradlca" | sympathy and service. WHAT'S ON TODAY Police Court*, Court of Onglaal Jurisdiction—1(1 uO a.m. Christmas Play at tho Convent of Oood Bhepherd. Colly mora Rock11 i>n a.BB> HarriMO College AqaaUc Sports at the AquaUc Club Dress Behsarsal of Otysapla Club at thr Briti-h Oouaal. "WakaBeld" *M p.m. Reception. R.B.P.C.A. at the British Council. W.k.rleUl 6. JO p-m. Film. Bt. Paul's, at the BrlU-sb Coancil. Waketield I :ki P-m Mobile Cinema at Bonnatt's Pasture. Brltton's Hill. St Michael 8.00 p.m. Police Band plays at the Drill Hail at Barbados Ragiment Annual Ball '' ><• p m. Bnnrlae: S.00 a-m. Sanest. 5 3d p.m. Moon: First (Quarter. Decem bar 6 LlghUn: g.00 \>m High Tide 3.02 a.m.. 2.06 p.m. Low Tide: B.28 a.m., B.87 p.m. YESTERDAYS WEATHER REPORT From Codnngton Rainfall nil Total Rainfall for Month to date: 1.00 Ins. Hlghent Temperature M.A 'F Lowest Temparature: 73JI *r Wind Velocity: io miles per hour Barometer (9 a.m> 2B.W'i> (3 p.m.) 29.893 \< I very high luniplnneiil U> the Cassius to say that he to s and up so Brutus and give back almost as good as he got. H. B. Forda has not quite the flamonii force which this tremendous lersonalily requires, and iietimes results In an udbalanced per forma nee. ui:h %  tiotirf f*—fltit playing a moderate liutuu off the sage. But be did iring out the element of pathos, particularly in the quarrel scene, where he gave no encouragement to the general but untenable asumption that Hru'uhas all the rights and Cassius all the WTIaip %  if ihe matter. Lost Ground Comparatively speaking, %  art Antony Is to a good actor not difficult part; but the very fact that lie has so much jam I source of danger. Nearly at one for example knows moat of the funeral oration by heart, and has his own idea.' as to how it should be given. In my opinion. K. D. King's rendering of n. aith the almost equally fruity business In the earlier scene with the conspirators, could hardly be haltered; in the back-chat before PWtlppi he allowed himself to be out oui of ccajntanaooa too easily. On ihe whole, he fairly shares iklnson the dlatii having lif ed the production to level far above that of tha normal aod school performance. The framework of the play Hal pan nf (aesar to be written down, but Shakespoi s.ems io have gone too far. 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    WEDNESDAY, UMIMIHR 12. n:,i ll\RB\nOS ADVIXTATF PAGE FIVE NO DECISION GIVEN IN SHOP-BREAKING CASE AFTER dentx-ratm.; for two and a naif houis. an Assize at Ihe Court of Grand Sessions yesterdav failed to agree whether or not Hb-yr.ir-uld Theophilui'Clarke of JM, St. Michael was mult* of breaking into the Bltmnan *\ Twaadaiclc Road, St Michael with iniint to steal on June 15. I was also another count against Clarke and that was that he was found in the shop with an intent. The case which WM the uiily on.heard yesterday, ended at 6.12 p.m. with the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor presiding. Hawaii In ihe OBM was Mr. H. Clarke K. (.., -.tic ..tciued while '<* ">*' % %  <• found nun In the Hon. Mr. F E. Field. Acting ** "hop. H* left the accuMd a*. Attorney General, appeared fo. ' Station and went to Blenman* ine Crown. The back door was open and Before calling ,.n thi' witnesses he found Inside the shop a pair of for the prosecution. Mr. Field *hoe which were claimed by the outlined the case to the Jury. He accused. told them that Blenman had i „ ... shop in wlurh he sold drinks at Statement Made June 15. his wife closed the shoo HS^S, ^ ^ ^^^"1 and went home and .<>, bin „, %  • %  h S l S** T^e accused told h!m ke>.. He left his home for the xhm T hU W n g* £ ^J i f nm ^ 1 shup the same night after getting Z£L X "TJ? fo ' h the keys llom hi. wtfe and on h" P ^ U 5? *'V f***" n arrival at th* riinn ht> fm.nH ih. Tnc defence called on Dr. C. un&^oE.J?''.!? £ ?"!"• "" "t h. • u. 2,486 Bags Of Mail Fishermen Will Be Received In Nov. Given $5 A Week % % % %  %  sod carried K !" "** 1 T Ju ,|* '* i n ^' end *' r >' said her husband lias a ^ ^TV" ** fOUnd lhal shop "t Tweedside Road, S;. swollen left hand the bowels Hal the accused been caused by a >n June 11 •bout'mldand 1J bru M '* ". lh t* -ki ^Xt> c 1 iT i r;' 0 LlH shop I. .bout -J^T &2*l 100 yards from her horn.. Her ^ ?n/ husband wu home and she gave Deiun Mm ihe keys of the shop and he went to the shop. Soon after she heard that a thief was caught In r,. T __ the shop. She went to the shop and I \kjt\ V*taaic: k\7srassi saw the accused at the back cf ** CHaVO av Uf the shop held by some people. Article* Misplaced Having Acid With Intent Mar husband asked feat IJ IflN knew the accused. lay asked her to beg for him. After that she inspected the shop and Sentence of two years' impnsfound Ihat the front door w. onment with hard labour was open and inside the shop things passed on 33-vear-old hou~ekeepwere misplaced. Carmen Marshall of Upper To Mi Clark* \iolet Bh-uman Collvmore Rix-k St Michael bv naid that her husband had the shop the Hon. Mr. Justice G. L. Taylor for five year*. The shop is In at the Cour* of (irand Sessions TwaadSMH Road. She closed the yesterday, %  hop about mid-nighl on June 15. Marshall was found guilty bv door of the an Assize Jury earlier in the Sesahop was closed. Her husband slons of having a quantity of sullefl her In eh.irge of the shop s •• plum. K ul in her possession with %  know the accused before intent to commit a felony on OcJune 15. tober 9 Mr Malone who apHer husband took the accused to peared on behalf of %  Marshall the Belmont Police Station. asked the Court to exercise 1cmHyslop Blenman told the court ency as his client is the mother that on June 15, about mid-night of a child and is expected to have he was on his way to the shop another very soon. which is quite near to his home. On goinginside the shop ho Before sentencing Marshall, searched the shop with a torcn ,r Justice Taylor told her that ligtit and saw a man stooping *"' was found guilty of haviaj behind the counter of the shoo. ac,d In her possession with intent The man stood up behind a post I0 commit a felony. He had to In the shop and he (Blenman) makm h r realise what a danger. shouted out. People came tn the ous thing it was. shop. The accused came to tne !" r '"ione urged that she had door and he kicked the accused a 5" ld m net possession but that when he made ;. "rush" to get "he never attempted to throw the acid, but there was no doubt due to the fact that she went so far in Accused Held ,he Courtyard in the company of policemen and a large crowd They fought and the accused that there was an intention was finally held. He told lit..._. accused that his shop had been JV*' '" %  rno rlous offence broken about four or live limes. J '" 1 ,nere have been many cases His wife came to the shop and Sf PCOp l* haVin f Cld thrown m the accused asked her to beg for n e eould no1 overlook him. ,hls offence and he must deal Cross-examined by Mr. Clarke SL^T*'*' %  '** Mr Jus,lc Blenman said that he used to reI y ' ag H about 100 yards from his shop He bakes ,it his home and takes the bread over to llv %  boil, Ha handed his wife the keys of the shop while he had the THE CHRISTMAS rush at the General Post Office is now m full swim; Tw ( thousand, four hundred and eighty-six ba# n From the colony were sent from the island overseas, he added. The 'ost Office staff now have their hands quite full, having to deal not only with the usual rush at • this time of the year but wish the thousands of election 1'iiculars being posted by the various candidate* 10 -he electors. "The local mails which have increased considerably in recent years, are heavier than ever thftl VM additional staff in all categories have been engaged to meet this pressure," said the Postmaster. For Ihe benefit of the pub'ic during the MM he said, "the numr.er of stamp sellers has been increased from throe to font They are on dut> throughoul the day. Three are serving at the general stamp counter and the other at the southern end of the bulldma adjacent to the lei'istered letter branch. HUNCH OFFICE In addition to thfl t. he IVTIIIHUVU that stamps for all purposes can be obtained at the Parce, nanch al the Wharf facilities are also prow Jed. Aske-I if Vhe pt'-ijil!in tlwdsStrictl sin rounding the iHwlv traotod branch office at Wotchca were availing themselves of the MTViOC, last PoMnvattel IftM that a yreat many were. He would like everyone m IhOM districts who deserved the service of a post office he said, to gu there and yet it Anything ihat could be done at the main office could be done there. People wno availed themselves of the facilities there, help to relieve the pressure on the main office, he pointed out. The P. stmaster spoke of the lack of co-opeiation %  I tunes t \ mM sections of the public and said that he hoped during the present season co-operation will %  n Willingly and freely, in order that the Department might carry out Mi obligation! to tba public smoothly and satisfactorily. He wanted to make a special appeal to householder.-, not to keep postmen waiting undulv Long a* they have scores of deliveries to make dally, and besides. some have iong distances to travel Mr. D W Wil. v Flshene. Officer, U a busy man He ha* i. a w a n.jny queationa asked bv boat iiwrj h >ae boau were cither destroyed beyond repair or damaged 2 and S. So I that 81 boata were tctroyed beyond repair and 40 tan be repaired. Mr Wiles told th< Advocate yesterday that In many ca.e*. "irk has been started on repair* effort ii being made % %  K*M the lepairable boat* in the > in January' He raid Ihat a building proIs at preaent betng drawn top and at eoon a* material I* SVaiUwIt, workmen will be thi phase of PUttiBI he industry back at its former *irength When I d the men SO try aim r*--*.nlflH iw aide (IT make .i c'mitile payaakv. %  work otherwise Mi WileWe will investigate your case. He (old the men that he wai mini: to get thr boats back Into the water a* quickly apossible Foi instance if a man and said Ihat % %  of his boat war* damaged and asked (Va *. we VWUlB to him right away. I had a few board* la kha bach i-m and I t.ilii OSM l-"ut owner te aeleet a few to da rapatri' > %  satd its 2EafaTsS^i M MM **** Wi o-o.ll. irag *iolding a eonferen< v !h .i grup of ilshermeTi l.ai groups jf boat owners and Hahermon have been visiting th Offlre since December 3. i XMAS %  ..I COAL IS 9QA2CGE Jamaica Recovers Wei After Hurricane JAMAICA is recovering very satisfactorily after the hurricane of August. The emergency measures that wen taken immediately after it. are commjj to an and, bu< there are quite a lo. of people still living in tents awaiting rehousing. Hon. D. B. Sangster, Minister for Social Welfare and Deputy Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party, told the Advocate yesterday. Mr. Sampler is Jamaica's delegate attending UM rial Economic Committee Meeting iit Hatting! House He said that he was glad to le back in llarbados again although only fm a short stay and espre-s• d thunks to |he Government And people of : -.vmpathy and general assistance rendered Jamaica during the hurricane A great deal of assistance had also been made possible by the generosity of people from all over the world who had contributed over half a million pounds to the Governor's Hurricane Relief Fund in addition to making many gifts in supplies iuui dothlnfl ft the belli nf unpeople. Heavy charcoal i ... HH *iii -HiirH < %  < %  iiiv aul)t ,i v n acruK'd under am*t. Hr b.i-:i u w ,, accused hU wife of being unlaith%  ,an ,n --. where mi*st of the i i short island. Messrs. accused his wife of being unlaith;nan in Co-. Ud.'s coal yard, ful to him ''* "< *>' he charcoal arErlc Grandison said that on "I""" "om British Guiana is June 15. about mid-night tie heard f* 0 !" ror Mlc * empty y,-sa shout and went to lllcnman lc !" yshop in Tweedside Road. Than Big supplies of charcoal are he saw Blenman and the accused wanted at Christmas time and so and Blenman and himself took ly nerc ln rrconl d n ^ the prlsone, b, the Belmont Police „ r „ lnB B „ lrfM> TSZJ^T Station. He saw Blonimm's wife i coming getting a quick dispatch." The Schoonrr Pool told the Advocato know Ih. .CCUKO brfor. tho HoufwivM and bakers preftr Incident occurred. When he III i DM hNVV ,-harcoal but because saw the accmed he ,the jeeused) „r , shortage. I.l,l charcoal wa. held by Blenman al the back whlc „ ,.„„,„ from st h oat was tied off at the moorj lng The anchor chain was made i up .if eight different pieces of chain This boat broke away I frixn the mooring and was lost. | The insurance company refused Ute insurance "Why* Because the chain was not a i %  !%  oneA Boat owner A boat is not a boat without a good anchor fhain. n Weekly Pay The Fisherlr* Officer then explained how the men who were solely dependent on their boats were going to get |5 a week from Ihe Government Tthat would be up to a certain lime and when that time w.i reached the Government would have paid out .ipproximatcly $10,000 to li-hei men and boat owners. I I GIFTS ill %  IWEATHEKHEAirsf | I K! S thai *r? Hpleiidid toket:of us* %  Ike Xm>< .pint of goodwilL|ff nd that are certain to IH>£ gsporsciaWd. iX S47I1 BAU 1)1. ciH' MINI; H Thr largest Assortment HBF V ,v I £IM uoiKlrilul in"" MLitmn ia> %  Bottlei K %  I 8 4711 In Bine and OoM ",. II 20. $2 00, $2H4. S3 ::'. %  % $4 32. $.00 JK V" %  '' 4711 BK I 1, H %  H 5g?iti:i 1 11 BJjDoulilr tlliif Oold 4711 V $2 40. $4 32. $0 00. $100. $750. $900. $1000. WHEN CONSTRUCTING OR REPAIRING A BUILDING ALWAYS USE EVERITE ASI.L.KTOS-CEMENT CORRUGATED SHEETS FRENCH I'l.RI'UMi: OF QUALITY S CAROM Btll.UlDVlA $14 00. $2n CAROM fWDl PEA $30 00 about 2 1I0/.11 Kxpendittire We Hon. D. B. SANGSTER i^OVT. DREDGER UNDER REPAIRS Engineers began yesterday to i-flt the Government dredger which was docked eight weeks ..*> fm n ; The work is being supervised by Mr. Den ton Sayers. Bsjgiai inlendent Mechanic Engineer at Ihe Department of Highways and (' %  aaapsi 1 The boiler was lifted back in place by th c Government Crane. The dredger will soon agr.ln bo icmoving mud from the Careerage'H bottom. (DA choosy hotiAswivfLA sf\v We have a wide range of all kinds of ytl crockery in plain colours and flowered designs. They can be bought in sets or individual pieces to suit your taste and they are undoubtedly entering into the secona 01 parnunau pn oi ...< %  in no r> / inis involves espenditui,. trom our own funds and the expenditure ui the grant and allowam iioin iiis Majesty's Ooveinmanl totalling 1:4.600,000," he said. "Details of assistance in this Mtp from the ItntlSI. I ' t-. ..,,.! % %  ... %  '! %  1 ant and already, we have had approval <-f [iluiis 11. relation to housing schemes In reaped of part of the agricultural proposals and hope to obtain appp >< %  > if the rcmaindn of the %  ..' %  1 lion!•h 11 ,s whole piogramme o," ret ,i ilitation. the spirit of the people has been grand, and they itreal Individual .' r ' American Bthtti I mln-i 1 \ "In the whole field of Industrial oevelopment. Jamaica If not onlv onpage • Itlilfl SWEATHEIHIAP'S LTD.* ELECTRIC SWITCHGEAR WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN STOCK IH Amp 2 and 3 I'.il %  M..I11 s,\lirhes SO A ma '& Pole .. „ 30 Amp 2 and | 1$ Amp Z and S It Amp t I'.iir ."' Amp 3 Pole Chaosr Over -v.it. 1.. and 100 Amp Kn ark (uses MOTOR SWITCHGEAR HUr/DelU and Direct on Line ulih Ammelers for 2. 3 and 5 HP IfgsMl YOUR ENUUIR1ES ARE SOLICITED The Barbados Foundry Ltd. I'M %  I. I'llli Brighten Up For Xmas Wo have a wide range ol PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES T. 111.1.1.1.11 1 Lid. > 11-hr.l IW IncorporaUd 1IU 1 M II KOKIII < K SIKl.Kl. Jii to fl£AfatfM/l! VALUES IN QUALITY CAVE SnF.PIIF.RD & (0., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street VfS / vry suit made by us it specially tailored to "FIT TO PERFECTION While there are "tailors and tailors" we can boast ol being THE TOP-SCORERS IN TAILORING" P.M. MAFFEI & CO. Ul. 1 1 %  i i %  1 'i -1 %  -I e a n %  %  JLJL ITS HERE AGAIN 11 %  I PURINA MILK CHOW "I 'I 1 H. Jason Jones 6 Co., Ltd. tasAuton %  1 HIM 11 I'KHil 'MBS at llftlm • %  ITOL Dl WOT M0o ttl-75 POL AROMF .. W0.OO |l.du l.AVENDKIt S30.IM) SlO.Oll KAMI'S I-.I.YSEIS |0.00 t.aO POUI1 TROUBLKH $S".oii |U JICKY 30.0O S19.0C CIJII DE I %  ssn S3000 519.00 VAGUE SOUVBNIK $30.00 |IJ$ COQUB O'OH 530.00 |ia00 HIE DE LA PAIX $30.00 III i VIANT LETO 5l5.nO $ $.• HAWAMFSK 515.00 S$"0 KMGHTS DRUG STORES



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    MH>\I s|>\\ III < I Mill i; 12. 1951 Ru:r. \nos AKVOTATF. p.xr.r SEVEN No Excuse For West Indies Collapse S. Australia Win By 227 Runs (From IIAKOM) DALE) SYDNKY D> Tlu' Wes'. Indies inexcusably collapsed auamst Smith I lokl by 227 runs. On an easy wicket they wuuout for 93— humiliation for which there is m reasonable \nlanatiun W PtU played ovrr a ball from — Joe Dimaggio Retires Jo. \KW \( Ovsr IM %  ncn al Kaaipton Part -with the Flat Kaclni flnnOisd nnUl j the flM> to th.-m-.-lvr. Th firt Jump m the Stain*ModiciU Hand: %  won by Mr O W Hi"' Cabalistic II. ridden l>y C HnuUiri•rs now hire lllllr.) which [Electors Must Show [ MSMMWHJ To Labour MIS <:o.\ • %  five minutes shower ... | I to hear the speech?* of bour candidates fur tho S* Mi*',,ill .'ho :ir•evkina re-election to the House of AascmbU. Mr kl I • M and Mi T. O. I %  ".1 Elcc%  %  %  they coul i %  -tar of stuff* zest back Into the tour. The Bawaq scorn are as follow • M.M..I,. .., I..,,,,,,. rrrgtnon 11 V.lniln., %  I MarMi.ll b V,l,l,„, Hoi*, a MarMull tXildia r Wnrrrll • %  '•*• b rVrt-uwn rVl*.il r Flca-M. I. i-.nir Jans* i> Val Mannl"! b VaMHUIn.N,*lrlt „... Wllaoi. run out aMras San rranciseo Club in the ( oast League. Dima'ggic. did I the future hut it Is belliipoal as commentator fa t.-i, fdfa I mkat *amc.— (U.M big fad the political meeting at Not* laat night which wa> held by the In supp.ni IRIt.S II KlUt-JIVTMN&NM of the luawathi Associa tn m's CMKUdatM for the lone* LONDON, Nov. 30 CM -t Una.. UStag a bnrrnwed turbo-jet mf re-election to the House of M-tn*ii u i n engine, and with his wife as coAssembly ,ii the m-.Qontl il pjssjaaa e • >oung Englishman bocaai BMI SSSsnl i i *'" DM Ni-vv Ve-ii to make ;.n alMi M'tltll -teners ffarl 'ftuHss IH a—am lack on the world water speed that whiihivcr (iovei mnent got Monhnii b Notiim ... record now held at 160 miles per Into power whether it be ConJVlt-'l?*.. VK''*!',? '' | going to .ote for Mr. Topp.n. All nour D> Amenctttl sunlcy S -ervat.ve or Labour there wai would vote for Siycts ,„ hl rcsuecl he will one thin* certain in Birbados < %  %  Mr T. i i nrylai on Ine good work of and it was that their difference. S&SS 1 ,h '' mi "' Donald Campbell, whose attempb. -i tidal. rZii Tinwif. %  I know thai jrotl the poor t„ bat the record on Coniston He said thai the two parties J.m ii— . WaaTui WOrUng claw wtoorr, LabOW rapwater had to be abandoned last hnd rundamental similarities an.; n* !" "bio •ent i si to month; he atruek %  ssonttoi piaeo ba *..%  ur|hi| that thoj sfaould dd a v ithcljrde and 0 f debris and ripped %  hole m ..It fafl tollflaM and respect for U.S. WILL NOT COMPETF. IN TABLE TENNIS CHICAGO. l>e< tl Jan,. Sprout, Praa J daarl of tba %  s UniWxi Stab I aoeLau ..nnounc team %  *U tou nled t open in II. 1. Sprout trip .ould io Ws ent been ; POLITICAL MEETING IOM4.III I2lh l)pr. 1151 In support of MOTTLEY lor Ihr Ch| al BAXTERS ROAD Sp,.ik,-ls %  Stan --\ DNI ^ W Ml>>i I • 11 LAI Nl K. C. 111.nil I \V. M. SWIKI K. I) HOT Tl.l V Stta I KKII> mill plhtri Announcement Shipment of your favourite DREAM SOAP in Large and Medium Cakes arc here again. DREAM SOAP is now available at all leading Stores. '/f/Kr. MII it si PPUKS mow. said flnai living long mi he arranged H n MIV unhapp) tftu lo M Bill .lr to work out anv it" r.r. .. r.n.ii |M ..-, Bellevill. Toppm will get," he said. Mi Hi show their sincerity towards the Labour P..rt> hy nuking Toppm and QHftth IOK lhaif deposit*. %  boti tuiii. TBUI \ i< run each other regardless of party, _. „.. because in this moving world, I-hc new Ei.gl.sh hope is a mrn nuis m(1Vt u llh l( direct descendant of Admiral % %  *$„ 1>m n vmu n public life **"*••' Nelson. His mm to Mr. P E. whether he Iw n.nervi.tive o, !"* Ilaiiiiing-Lee. in his' early thlrLaN.ur.te could set back lb* wESSn lies, and an ex-Naval officer. hands of the clock lot indeed th. I ils %  tta mpt a p aw boat ta paopta ,,,.,. ,..,, „,.!,. B waka" ba ,.,„..,,", *""„" kl and added: We all havsj one ik.i-, i v..'in>un. better Barbados." rsvrti n !" i. w !" 11..i.. ,oodd>rd being built. Hesearch and model testa have been going on for four ;:;; mina n ~ lm Hut it will lie months before the boat is finished. The first — dials will take place In the New Hi hkely In the Lake District. POWUNC; ANAl.VNia — ni III I> .il A jet engine was used by Donald Campfalll'l father, the late Sir Malcolm in b pOUt-Wll %  I tetnni to regain the record. Hut ,,.uwa no. good enough !" L*SL S|Hiuk Ut-iuiiKuro|HCouncil V.lMiltnc •uMII .tp Walrirtt b V.lmllm nirtl.uf. r Ooda*nl It Ranxdhl.i fiiBLniil *l|> Wilt'ill < %  V.l((lll"( V Kp from page 1 t Minuters and the Parlluight find a short-run i.promise to put before tinBreaking records is an expenmeeting of the Atl.mtu i'.lire business. Sir Malcolm spent Council at Lisbon in Febni.n out £0.000 on attempts with The Council of Europe'.-. Con• .it lUurblrd. His son. -ultative AsMtnl.lv tins inoriilng vlaMuloe Id. has si' "thadopted 60 to 10 with 29 absten >nuM iht.i £15.00(1 in the last three lions, the resolution tn racOSMMTld to aw % %  menl of .. poUUl ll SO horrtjr d %  IIOWI IN<; AVAI.VAI* lr I. % %  %  ll IMHI-. 'Ml I %  % %  %  Kuharda lbIl n-.-i. w oniun Dies After Being Wounded ha Niniiowd Army. TC „-„,. ull „„ .,I.. .h,_, il,,. ;-2| { Auihontv (ihoul.i come under tt>' cws %  "ii i demoeraUc control of lh ParllaOMSMS i. n-u mentory Assembly—W.P. j. r . !" 'a !" lahio < l-nirirv i, Haia ,iinr f nlr* b Hok> DaLISLK BJUEW8TB1 Victor Ludon %  Bom 1 School s|N>rts which Thuisi fcmpt Hall. He a %  vtnnci Car Damaged THE left front iftimper of motoi IN QUEST OF WORLDS CHAMPIONSHIP TOKYO. Ike. II I'eli' MLfj Masako Katsuia Until d States trans| ptiit i. Wadnaadai in qua I €Xbt Wort Tnra Cussbion Billiard Chami onshtp. Japanese billiard fans l>clicvc she is the world's beat woman billiard i layer, and she is rankrd Ova among Japan, esc Th..e Cushion billiard artists. 1 -UP BKATKICE ROACH of Chancery Lusa St. Michael, died at the Oaraarnl Hospital at abo-t 63H l.n>. yesterday. She was taken to "^Jj14 ", T ^^L^T^^l^-^^ Mong ~HaSi„gs Road, the body and died shortly after ^^ chu[h ^^^ ^^ -0Q W M a result. AffiiU CoUes was p.m last night. The other car w ,.,^£bx e the ^Se and charfao -dv^ l i v s ciri strrs K. I min A, <; %  %  %  I VKNINii IN I'AHIS GIFT SETS i | .1 Range "( IM IWDKH COMPACTS I } \ IIIKHIf I'f.'KFl'MES— CockfatU, At icntot. Tweed. 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