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IN LONDON RECALLED

U.K. Actions In Canal
Zone Protested

CAIRO, Dec. 13, |

Officially Egypt recalls its ambassador in London in
protest against British actions in the Canal Zone.

A Government communique also announced the Gov
ernment will draft law to punish all those who deal or
co-operate with any foreign military force in Egypt. It said
the Cabinet also-agreed to amend the existing laws regard-
ing the cartying of arms to Egyptian citizens who woula
be enabled to carry weapons. }

The communique announced
the Cabinet decided to transfer

the Egyptian Government's in-
specting .engineer’s . bffice from
London "to Central Europe with
headquarters in Switzerland.

A. Briti8h Bmbassy spokesman
in Cairo informed of the move,
said: “it is for His Majesty's
Government to decide on wheth-



Destroy 13
MIG’sIn 3 Days

Will U.S. Govt.

Scandals Help | Polls Quietly |

Repvblicans ?

(By JOHN L. CUTTER)

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.
Practical politicians speculated
whether the scandals in the United
States Government may help Sen-
ator Robert A. Taft in his fight
for the Republican Presidential
nemination and hurt General Eis-
enhower if he decides to run
They figured it this way:
Many persons within the Re-
publican Party feel that Taft has
no “political sex appeal.” While
otherwise admiring his record,
they fear that he would be beaten
by the Democrats if nominated by
the Hepublicans next July. ;



A

s\o
SSS



FRIDAY

B’dos Goes To
And Orderly

Barbados went to the polls {
yesterday to elect twenty-four
members for the General Assem-
bly for the new legislative Ses-
sion which will be opened by His

Excellency the Governor on
Tuesday. December 18.

Since the elections of 1948
when 28,000 people ‘registered

their vote an Act granting Adult
Suffrage has been passed and
now a total exceeding 95,000 men
and women have been enfran-
chised,

Yesterday was quiet since un-
der the new ordinance the usual

DECEMBER

EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR






UNM yz,







14, 1951

EIGHTY. FIVBE-YBAR-OLD Bivira Griffith of “Green fields”, St. Michael,
Polling Clerk, Bric Taylor, at the Y.M.C.A. Polling Station during the
Josephine Jod staids behind her,






PRICE: FIVE CENTS

RUSSIANS
| MOVING IN
‘ON MID-EAST

BE: D. FP. GEILMORE
ROME, Dec. 13,



Russiar iphemats, vechnicians

and civilan | employees are
ng to the Middie East with

{ sing trequency, ever since



Sian and Egyptian crisis.

A check of the Kome-Sciampio
Airport, now regarded as the “air
teway" between Europe and the





iddle East, showed that no less
than 68 Rissians, most with
diplomat passports” are officially
Fanown to have passed throtig!
there within the last 42 days
Mast fly in from Prague, stay «
few days in Rome, ond then pass

on te various points in the Middle
| East.

The last from
They
en route to
But they stopped
al Rome reportedly to get special
ermits to go to the oil refineries.
these are known to
| have left since for “Middle Eastern
" Only three left Rome's
airport, Urbe for in-

group arrived
Prague on December 6th,
| said that they were

| Bombay, India.

Some 27 of

gets her identity ticket frem the
voting yesterday. Her daughter |! 0!" :
) secondary

ternal Italian cities, and they were







U.S. Sabre Jets
f - rn ~ 4 pparently he emg og os Ttalian
oO ; or OUd speakers, steelbands and cre . "4 t S h msular missions in Italy,
er Sir Ralph Stevenson would be 8TH. ARMY H. Kor wi Ba Peet ye ae = * touts were silenced, 7 ver ( 9 O en m or S c eme | The Russian official diplématic
recalled, Q., rea idely held belief that Eisenhower - |
. Dec. 13. | could beat the Democrats easily,|,, People cast their votes quietly } jcomplement in the Rome Embdssy
U. K. Legate Stays United States’ Sabre jets, de-| Eisenhower's supporters want to from early morning, coming and Will Get } ‘ third only to those of the United
British diplomatic ‘quarters|stroyed 13 Russian built MIG15|take no chances next year, inas- woe quietly, The law required l E t nded states and Britain
said on Thursday night there was} jet fighter planes today in blaz-] much as the Regsblicans have not ‘ employers grant employees oO e xX e / | =
no intention “at the moment” to] ing air battles over Northwest] Won a Presidential election in 23 pe a rab ween ee le ] ele hones From OMmeia) Handbook
withdraw the British Ambassador] Korea to set a new record. Two)Years, ’ due Var te te ee ee P FOLLOWING discussions between the United Kingdom |, In the official diplomatic hand-
in Cairo despite the Egyptian]more MIG’s were probably de- But politicians say that if the}“e!r vote in the early morning os ee Saar atives of the | 00K: Russia has 25 officials listed.
recall of its Ambassador in Lon-|S8troyed, and one was damaged in Truman Administration scandals |°" their way to*work! The Barbados Telephone Com- and the Canadian Government and representatives o ve This excludes clerks, typists, re-
don. “MIG Alley” dogfights. continue to come to light they will] ‘The candidates and their|pany has a very extensive pro-| British West Indies Which started early last summer, ar- | ceptionists, guards, cooks, maids,
The Foreign Office said it had| U.S. losses, if any, were not eee ar ae peau. aime agents could do no dJast minute Bramme for 1952 “This pro=| rangements have now been worked out for extending and | ete,—the latter, the Russtang gen-
not Seapived in the early evening}Given. se in the hi date Who thay tun fer the Presi- | Canvassing but they visited .the |Haimme is 80 ee Mr ‘nat y'| amending the existing scheme of “Token Imports” into the erly jnslat on providing. seth
fee ‘eiitetee iad Sehcbak tate vathinen ee koa dency next fall. Gamtiincles sentene in their | Mtiio, . Chier Engineer of the| British West Indies and the Bahamas from Canada and the} Tite counpards ertth Wem: aliieial
Fatteh Amr Pasha announced in| has one side lost so many aircraft —UP. ‘ ne Company, told the Advocate yes-) United States of America. | British diplomatic list of 37 per-
a Government communique in]im a single day 7 -_— > ney. ae said, Ry is the et a far He the Candiian side 1 ons—again exeluding — clerieal,
‘ . * ig oO 1© Company to give service ; a ec side so 8 ete...
tae shall te poe ats = However, U.S. B29 superfor-! Hate War Starts ONE incident at the Polling to every outstanding applicant,!concerned as from January Ist, pecial mission etc, and the U.S.

tresses and escorting U.S. jets
together shot down 14 MIG'’s last
April 12th.

automatically mean that the
British would recall Sir Ralph
Stephenson from Cairo. They

United Nations troops and
sald, ho er, the Egyptian Gov- tanks also took the offensive on
ernment could force Stevenson’s the ground. They staged two
withdrawal by demanding it. P y

major raids deep into No Man’s
Land on the Western and West
Central Fronts and killed scores
of Red troops before returning

Egypt Ambassador himself
heard the first word of definite
recall from the newspaper. Amr
Pasha goes to Paris on Friday

Between Deputies

IN IRAN PARLIAMENT
TEHERAN, Dec,

Banner

“Death

To The Opposition”

‘ ies The crowds turned out in re-
for a conference with the Egypt- Peo ooae re the big-|SPonse to the Iranian yeligious
ian Foreign Minister Salah El Din ea were the S18! leader, Abol Ghassem Kashanin’s

Pasha. gest largescale Allied attacks



ee

information whether, he wold] since the Eighth Army issued its|Srapiis “Dopssition ““Deputice
come to London again before ne, ne aggression” directive) criticism of Premier Mohammed
returning to Cairo.—U.P. eae ee i Mossadegh.
ee the raids, the Eighth| ~ Banners carried slogans attack-
ey’ a a Sa a eee ing the “traitors” and “stooges of
change in i ive.

U.S. Envoy Calls On
Egyptian Minister

CAIRO, Dec, 13.

The United States Ambassador,
Jefferson Caffery, called on
Egypt’s Acting Foreign Minister
Ibrahim El Farag Pasha for the
second time in 24 hours as Egypt
stalled action on breaking diplo-|
matic relations with Britain.

United Press correspondent
Peter Webb reported from the
Canal Zone, meanwhile, that a
British soldier was killed last nigfit
when Egyptians crouched behind
palm trees and ambushed a British
Army convoy at a crossroads, four
miles west of Ismailia.

Caffery’s third visit in four days
was at Farag’s request.

A communique on Anglo-Egyp-
tian relations, first expected on
Wednesday morning, still had not
not been issued. Asked if he was
mediating, Caffery replied ‘“Media-
tion? No.”

He added, “there are many
things in the political situation
which it is possible to discuss with
the acting Foreign ae “

Egyptian Ministen
Will See Eden

PARIS, Dec. 13,
The Egyptian Foreign Minister,
Moprmaed. Sele El Din Pas
ae eee hear to
to m ie Ter
tary, “Anthony Eden,

—UP.

Deadlock In
U.N. Assembly
Not Broken |

PARIS, Dec, 13.

The United Nations General
Assembly was deadlocked today
in its ninth attempt to fill the
vacant seat on the Security
Council. Greece received 28 votes
and Byelo Ryssia 27. A two-thirds
majority is needed for Election.

The bitterly contested Greek
Byelorussia fight for a seat on
the U.N. Security Council
remained deadlocked through a
record 15th ballot, and the issue
Was postponed until the third
round next week.

The United States-backed
Greece scored sizable gains over
its total in the first round of the
General Assembly ballotting last
week, but could not reach the
required two-thirds majority of
40 votes.





U.P.





Communists
Back Down

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 13.
The Communists have stub-
bornly refused to tell how many
I j United Nations war prisoners
for an ex-j they hold, and backed down on



change of views, in the French;their 1950 promise to abide by
capital, Britaiy. suggested such| the Geneva Convention in their}
a mi ine * treatment of captives.

He said.thy< he himself had not|- The UN. retaliated by refus-|
made and ¥ d mot make anyling even to consider the Com-
move to bring. about.a meeting: munist Five Point Prisoner
with Eden. But he. said that if | Exchange programme because
Eden wanted to meét him during! they feared that any mass release



his forthcoming visit to Paris next
week, he would welcome the
opportunity to-discuss the current
situation with the British Foreign
Secretary, —U.P.

Churchill Holds
Cabinet Meeting

LONDON, Dec. 13.
Prime Minister Winston
Churchill met today with his full
Cabinet to discuss the Egyptian
situation, as réports from British
representatives. showed that Rus-
sia. was mneyvae. ast to further
s

circumstances might lead to a

of Allied prisoners under pr esent}
“da@ath march in reverse.” |



Both joint U.N. and Communist]
‘Sub-committees are discussing |
ithe exchange of prisoners, and
‘another trying to. work out the
method of policing an armistice,
found themselves deadlocked at
the end of the day.



—ULP.



Typhoons Threaten
The Philippines

undermine position in

the Mid ae MANILA, Dec. 13.
british Bay plan ip inatic re-| Two typhoons are roaring to-

lations 5 ing point,| ward the battered Central Philip-

but still were preserved hy delay|pine Islands where storm and

from Cairo. ~~ ; volcanic eruptions have killed at
Foreign Secretary: tt Ony| least 464 persons in the past nine

Eden was said to be @ al days.

plan before the to try to
re-open negotiations ‘—.»)

REDS RAID TOWN:
FOUR KILLED

The Weather Bureau in Manila
said that the 105 m.p.h. typhoon
which earlier this week took a
reported death toll of 216 in the
Central Philippines had turned in
the South China Sea and was





dotiaes al baat: xa
heading again toward the west eae at aiicbares tou. ;
MANILA, Dec. 13. coast of Luzon. oe :

Four persons were reported The typhoon hit the Philippines Thi vide thi
killed in a four-hour raid byjon Sunday night and in a 48} second vote t
Communist led Huks on_Lucban| hours rampage across six of the} forc, ARG AUA eine
town in the Quezon Province| major islands, battered the city] project hict l knock down
eatly today. The raiding dissi-|of Cebu and destroyed much of{the nation t barriers of
dents cut power lines and looted:;the vital sugar cane op oO nee. We Ge uny. Italy and}

the stores before fleeing —U.P. ‘Negros Islands.—U.P.

set December 18, as the date on!
which the complicated
for Iran's
start rolling in Teheran and the

the voters will
Councils, which will then
the subsequent polling day.

foreign imperialism.”

Trucks bearing loud-speakers

drove through the city calling on}
people to
Mossadegh against intrigues by the
“servants of foreigners.”

continue supporting

Truckloads of troops stood by

in case of emergency.

Meanwhile, Mossadegh tearfully}

achinery

national elections will

Northern provinces. On that day
choose Election
name

SHELL EXPLODES ;

FIVE KILLED
NAPLES, Dec. 13.
Five Italians were killed and



two injured in a shell explosion





The underground cables of the Barbados Telephone Co., were laid months ago and now being connected
wp. The Advocate’s camera man found workmen removing the overhead lines at upper River Road, yes

terday.

French Ratify Schuman Plan

PARIS, Dec. 13.
The French Assembly ratified by
overwhelming majority,
Schuman Plan for pooling the four

an





13,
waving crowds surged
through the Majlis Square shout-
ing
and “Long Live Mossadegh”

the

Station at Christ Church Boys’




even to the present undeveloped! 1952, the list of items covered by
School marred the smooth run- Silver Sands area.” the scheme has been expanded
ning of the voting yesterday. | to include a much wider range
This incident occurred about At present workmen of the] or ¢ommodities including food
6.30 p.m. (Voting ended at 6 bao any are recovering old sroducts. leather, metals, electri-
p.ti.) when the Oistin Police | | ferial cable at River Road, This] Products, leather, metals, electst.
was Called to the Boys’ School cable became cbsolete after Als oe eee ta: Ne of a eae
where an unruly mob started ;underground cable was put down] ‘*'5° perce meee oF tn
to berate Mr. D. Jackman who along Constitution Road as far|WUotas for most of these com-
was the Presiding Officer at as Belmont Police Station, across modities will be raised from
that polling station. Marctindales Road to River Road 33 1/3% to 40%. ‘

This arose over some misun- corner end up Collymore Rock. The expanding trade liberal-
derstanding concerning the isation arrangements will be as
votes and the manner in which It is stated that the primary|from January 1st, 1952, operating
the voting was conducted. Mr. reason for putting down the! differently for British West In-
Jackman’s car which was underground cables in place ofypdies and the Bahamas trading

some yards away from the
boys’ school was stoned by the
mob. c

Eventually Mr. Jackman
was escorted from the build-



{ With the

French Assembly giv
jing such firm boast to Westerr
European Economic . Unity Plan,

it was expected to aid the plan's
|; Supporters in the Parliaments of
Ithe four other countries, which
{will soon consider ratification
the Netherlands had
the 50-year Pool Treaty
& initialled by six Forei
Ministers in Paris last April
Pleven der “dd atificati
fter he and t Foreign Minister

Robert Schuman, and the





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|






the aerial in the River
Was

vusLy
across
there had been

Road area
eables previ-
extended to River Road
the Victoria Bridge and

percentage of past trade,
ite: a I9t of dis- rat and ihe haha will

with the United States of Ameri-
ca. Instead of a system of com-
modities of quotas based rie

ie

beew@use their



ie te Fin sien Ween $IE [rane to come the adatona
ferestalléd any request by the] imports from United States 3
Clubs, bars and restaurants} Director of Highways and or st 6 Sorin eM
were forbidden to sell alcoholic Transport to remove our cables} Value.
drinks and these were closed giv- from the ridge while it was Licence
ing Bridgetown a holiday look} being widened,” he said :
but after 6 p.m. the City came to Major Plan North American exports should
| life.” | as ane er = ae re-
» saic é . rgr cently given for Colonial Gov-
No Long Queues ok oe on Oe Ls ain a ernments to introduce a system
Voting at the polling stations| Ost “of the major streets, oe raf "in : "eommplinies vnhese
about the Ivy, Government Hill.|""S from the Telephone Com- . nly. fa ki ne tial te
Welches Road, Belleville, Cullo-|P@"y, 2s far as the. Hastings) ®r mainly of a kind essential to
a es Road and’ Beckles Read. ‘like| Hotel. Another runs along White- Colonial Development, The list
den Road and Beckles Road, ike| k Road, one along Barbarees}|©f goods to which Open General
Be ynnat others oe nic au mtd Hill towards Eagle Hall and of| License may be applied cover for
eer Ls ehalinn ‘ee oe + he ccurse throughout the City Mat a wide range of smoot
be 7 r . _ . stee] items and semi-manufac-
tending to prevent ,disorder was He said that in 1952 the Com-]tures copper, zinc and nickel but
recently passed and they had to} -any will replacé the also includes dried pickles, salt
obey. eble which now runs from E -]and smoked fish, onions, potatoes,
There was seldom a long}Hall to Brighton by a larger and

certain animal feeding stuffs and



Hon. Qyril
Sylvester Dies

Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Dec, 13.
rhe community was profoundly
hocked by the death at the Colony
Hospital this morning of the Hon
Lyril St. Bernard Sylvester, re-
}t Inspector of Schools and whe
{la October was returned an
jalected member of the Executive
Council and the Legislature for
Carriacou
jorn at Carriacou during
1891, Sylvester
teacher in

From

Muy
pupil
teacher

became a
1905, assistant

jin 1908 and head of two Roman
;Catholic schools from 1911 to
1943 when he was appointed
Inspector of Schools retiring in

May this year,

He held the Doctorate of Psy-
chology of the New York
University and Bachelor of Science
and Education

Always prominent in local pub-
lie life, he was widely known in
the eastern Caribbean teaching
fraternity. He leaves a widow,
five daughters and four sons

His death will, necessitate .
election, but it is almost certain
that his recent opponent, F. B:
Paterson will be returned unop-
posed on a Gairy ticket



by-



| J’CA IS ANTI-T.B.
| TRAINING BASE

KINGSTON

Jamaica i

ic Affairs Minister Rene Meye

ad pointed out that France woutd
ot be sacrificing her self-interes!
* placing the country at

JCA
the

Dec, 13
now Caribbean
a di

j
7 4 training base in the anti-tubercu-
dvantage with Germany i sis campaign recently launched
4 Iby the World Health Organiza-
Schuman told the Assembly itjor
hat, ‘the Plan constitues Europe's Othe Caribbear island and
ist hope of survival” and Pleven|the South American Republics
{ low ed thi warning on Tuesday |are ending medical department
vith the declaration that, France|members for training here
t when there The first trainees are a doctor
reat mission to accomplish.” ‘and t from Uruguay
UP —(C.P.)

ihas ¢ 7 .
tate jhas an official computation of 74
Advovat }persons. Actually, the Americans

Relief Fund | - with E.C.A. military mifsions

ete, number 423 persons,
WERE you among those who The entire Foreign Press Colony
contributed to the Fishermen's

in Rome total some 250 full-time

Relief Fund to-day? If you orrespondents and stringer
were not there is still time to vriters for periodicals, refugee
help the fund on by bringing newspapers ete. of every nation-
your subscription to the Advo lity.

cate Office. Officially listed with “Stampa

Estera” or the Foreign Press
here are the Russians — six-foot

Amount previously

Acknowledged $5,175.00



M. Lyte 80 Alexander Vishevsky of Tasg end
D. A. Browne 3.00 ittractive Olga Tchechetakia who

r. & Mp Li 4 ar

Wultae er nab arrived here only six months ago.
S. St. Clair Hunte 10,00 —U.F.
Miss W. Bascom 5.00
R. bw FB. « 5.00
Mr. & Mrs. A, P, Skeat 6.00

ota ome TT Dean Acheson Will





Stay With Truman

WASHINGTON, Dee, 13
Secretary of State, Dean
Acheson, plans to stay on his job

Congressman Continues
Round The World Flight

CALCUTTA Dee. 13 for the remainder of Truman’s

Peter F Mack Junior “flying| current term Administration offi-

Congressman” from Llinois took ther wha ee the’ rec
off on Thursday in his private Seas ae ec

ports being circulated in Europe,
that Acheson would be replaced
by the Mutual Security ‘Chief,
W. Averell Harriman, “as soon as
the Korean War ends.”

plane for Rangoon on another leg
of his round the world goodwill
flight. Mack who so far visited 30
countries, refused to single out
any nation where he received a
warmer welcome than elsewhere

He said, “I found great good-
will towards the democratic way
way of live everywhere which
could be welded into peace.” He

Meanwhile, Acheson called on
Truman to report on the United
Nations meeting in Parts and the
recent North Atlantic ‘Treaty
talks at Rome,





of voters at these stations | new oie ‘able added that in Teheran where he Acheson returned to Washing-
near here last night. The blast day tiene sg oo ae. Many or etal ve lay a new| Jute goods was met with Premier Mohammed | ton on Wednesday night and was
destroyed four houses. The di~|who had to go to work and wholunderground cable along White-| 1" Spite of the grave balance of} Mossadegh he was struck by a}met by Truman who compli-
saster occurred when the owner} would have found it inconveni-|oark Road and Bank Hall and] P4yment. position of the sterling) sense of “good feeling” towards} mented him for a ‘ great job.
of a fireworks factory tried tolent to return home during the|i50 pair spur along Westbury] #"ea it has been thought right) America —tU.P. ag
dismantle a shell left over from) day, took the opportunity to cast! Road to recognise in these arrange-
the war in order to recover its ments the great importance of ee
explosive material.—U.P. } @ On Page 8 | @ On Page 5 good commercial relations be
tween the British West Indies
pone and the North Americans and} @ OOL AND FRESH...
, + ' r x ye. y they represent a substantial eas- , ee rare
THE OLD AND THE NEW ihe oF leech reswictions ol SEs
goods exported by Canada and
the United States of America



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PAGE TWO

BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951











Her JURABLE R. E, Baynes,
S Vincen delegate





tu he Regional Economic Com-
mittec eting which ended at
Ha House yesterday even-
r ned home by B.G, Aii-

1 arlier in the day.

He was staying at the Savoy,
Bay Street

Hon, W Raatgever, British
Guiana clegate > ane REA



feeting is due eturn to B.G,
today by B.W.LA.

Fer Christmas Holidays
M": S. JACK MARSON und her



oung daughters expect

Bri ish Guiana today by

\ I A, i pend the Christmas

hol ith Mrs Marson's

pare Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Psaili f Georgetown B.G

Off To B.G.



Mi! Hamreond “Ham” Farmer,
iV youngest son of Mr. W. A.
Parme: Headmaster of Lodge
School and Mrs, Farmer who had
been spending a week’s holiday
with his family leaves today for
British Guiana by B.W.1.A.

For over five years, “Ham’’ had
been study engineering at
\Fletaher’s, Derby, England and
he is now going to take up an



bach Parker of British Guiana,

appointment with Messrs, Sand-4

Caub Calling

COCKTAIL PARTY



of the Jamaican Executive Committee.

| boat races, swimming, walking th2 ;
\grease pole and horse racing.

{he presented a cup for horse

|"H.M.S. Pinafore’ with piano

Minister for Sccial Wi

BRITISH VIRGIN BBC. Radio bhi
ISLANDS ‘Sham. Programme” Sade, 13

olce 12 noon The
2.10 p.m. News Analysis

a2 M., 443 M





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‘ People spend their time — - a
farming, minding their cattle and m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily |
a id oe nly Seivice, £15 p.m. “Ray's A Laugh, 4.45
ishing througnout the year. Only ,, Music M 5 p.m. Composer
during the first two weeks of of the Week, 5 Bet your Life, |
August does Tortola come into pa 4 Merchant Programme, : 15
| : ih al y . pm p and Coming, 6.45 p.m. Pro-
' prominence with plenty of visitor graeme Parnas, 6:58 pith, Tobak's Moot.
fron the American Virgins and 7 p.m. The News 7.10 p.m. News
here is a fourteen days non-stup 4 7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on






Play, West Indies Vv. West
fest Indian Dier
1.32 M, 4443 M

sun of festivities when they stage





tre Memories, 8.15 p.m
i, 8.38 p.m. World Affairs,
ipoxr of the Week, 9 p.m
zine 932 p.m Musica
p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m
torials 105 pun. The
e 10.30 p.w From the

In 1920-21 when Major H. W.
Peebles C.M.G., D.S.O., was there 4".

iacing which when won on three
successive occasions by the same
norse would be forfeited by the
owner, This has never materialized
and the cup was as usual in the
ontest this year

An additional attraction in FIRE RAVAGES
Tortola last August was a visit 5-STOREY HOTEL
rom Antigua’s Hell’s Gate Steel

jand. Mr. D. W, Heistand an FARGO N. DAKOTA, Dec. 13.





|} American resident who is a pro- A fire swept through the five-

esscr of music successfully put oa storey Earle Hotel at breakfas*
t today, forcing some 200
to flee into the cold



accompanist Mrs. Cruickshank, gi

st
}American wife of Mr. J. A. C. weather of minus 25 degrees

‘ruickshank Commissioner of the centigrade. The hotel manager

| British Virgin Islands, Indeed, so feared that an elderly crippled

sopular- was H.M.S, Pinafore that woman was trapped on the third

it was staged three times. floor —U.P. L}

| =
| AT the Cocktail Party at the Marine Hotel on Wednesday night. Left to right, His Excellency the Gov- |
ernor, Sir George Seel, Head of O.D. and W., Lady Savage, Hon. D. B. Sangster,

fare and Deputy Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party and Lady Barker, wife of Sir Robert Barker membe'







Lower Broad Street







CHRISTMAS and
OLD YEAR

FESTIVITIES at
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THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CL

(MEMBERS ONLY)
DINNERS will be served in the Ballroom between 7 and
9 p.m. on MONDAY, December 24th, TUESDAY, 25th,
ond MONDAY, 3ilst.
Price: $3.00
VERY SPECIAL MENUS

@
MEMBERS are requested to make Reservations not later
than December 22nd tor MONDAY and TUESDAY: and
29th for MONDAY (Old Year).

e

ry oe, DANCING trom 10 p.m.

till 3 a.m. on MONDAY,
December 24th; and
MONDAY, December
3Ist.

“Tickets: 2/-

ATTRACTIVE BALLROOM DECORATIONS

On December 24th: Potato Dance, BalloonDance, and
Spot Waltz, for which Prizes will be given.





The party was given by Hon. D. B. Sangster on behalf of the Jamaica delegation to the Regional Eco-

JANETTA DRESS SHOP |
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| rV!JSIC' on December 24th by C. B, Browne and his

















































Tonight nomic Committee Meeting. EXCLUSIVE GOWNS ‘\\1] Orchestra: and on December 31st by Sydney Niles and wok?
NIGHT i x . es aa ’ Xt his Orchestra. J :
T pie Hoh terek Postar: W.C.A. Christmas Party Routine Visit Free Show Just in time for CHRISTMAS GIFTS! | 20
Pease : R. EDDIE GRIMSHAW, a Boo eee oe | — ‘
ao a eet toate hears tae aT Sea a =. Rootes’ Service Representa~ ce om ye ra Barhegos | ea mee Bite SD mye res mane )) | 3 Special Shows SAT. 15th baa ae!
oP Shakespeare's wiutius Christmas Party on Thurs- tive arrived from St. Vincent on Boys’ and Girls’ Club came | CONTINENTAL DR 3 LEN § } 9.30 am. 1.30 pm. & MIDNITE B’TOWN
ppc day, December 20, for members Monday by B.G. Airways en route will take _place at the Plaza 51 Guage COLOURED NYLONS $82.39 | A SCREAM IN THE DARK PLAZ
and their friends. This will be a ¢,, . a vis , js Theatre, Bridgetown, on Thursde ¥ ‘ ni li in a 4 | MARSHAL OF RENO Dial 2310
sal get-together ‘for embers from the U.K. on a visit. He i ag! 7 Choice of Christmas Wrapping Paper 6 cents per sheet | 3
real get-together for members. 4 a routine trip through this area. night, December 20 at 8 o'clock. : | ||"“specean TODAY @ Shows) 2.90 4 6.65 p.m.
There will be cardls etc. Mr. Grimshaw is a guest at the The results will be broadcast by |" SS BFF FSF Bud ABBOTT & Lou COSTELLO (at their best) in— : z
noe ee a all. members Rockley Beach Club Rediffusion as the draw a | | i RIDE « Me cownhoy awn cee Bat sont shes
will attend, and those who intend . place. = > ate anil ! u 4 A eae eeica eon a ’ .
so be oresent Are = ee Quiet The Police Band will be in at- NOt } Ow a AN SEE IT AT oO R | Anne GWYNN alla LGERALI
Pl ie ac Slee lamang SSTE , tendance and will play a variety | 4 ES | OPENING TONIGHT 8.30 p.m. and Continuing Daily 445 & 8.30 p.m, ae
Ward, for particulars. ES TERDAY ef ba * rd 4 prt sare ha , an . ny ara | POPL LAR PRI ES! By Special Arangements with RKO-Radio (Brand New Copy) +
quietest days Bridgetown has ~ z ™ = “ ies i teans, @ y Pp 1 Request! | ‘ <
The Second Captain had for a long time. It was a 7-50 p.m. | wenin Goahang Contre Ar Lae ‘ | JOAN OF ARC (Color by Technicolor)
good opportunity to get througn The holders of tickets for this ana eantinnines Daily 4 45 & 8.30 a | INGR2D BERGMAN and a Cast of Thousands °
HH is a “taste” of French Some Christmas shopping, ae Not yamie will be admitted to the + ay Pe | oN
handiwork” and decorative any people took advantage of mostre on the presentation of

the peact and quiet, Besides being
a half-day for the groceries ete
several of the stores closed eariy
so as to enable their staffs to vote.

genius. “Cap’tain Long John—Le
Justicier de Barbados” yas one
of the various statuettes decorat-
ing the “Marie Louise,” a cafe in
Dakar, French West Africa, The
sculpturing was done in France.

But, what a joke on Captain
Tore Hagstrom who came here
yesterday in charge of the Swedish
training ship Sunbeam? Hagstroin
was surprised to find himself (see
pictures ) replacing “Cap'tain Long
John.”

: | OISTIN Twi Garden
their ticket at the door. They P L AZ A G A i E ST. JAMES

Dial 8404
’ will see the films, showed after the Today to Sunday 8.30 p.m.

Today to Sunday 445 & S30 p.m teak ce é
draw, free of charge. Two Action Packed Features! atinee:; Sunday 5 p.m,
Ta if YOUNG DANIEL BOONE Warners Technicolor Action Feature
4 (Cinecolor) David Bruce & ‘
James Olived CURWOOD’S Gary COOPER, Ruth ROMAN in



Talking Point CALL OF THE KLONDIKE DALLAS
Kirby GRANT &

The genius of conversation “CHINOOK” The Wonder Dog ¥ OYE)
consists much less in showing a} arr ‘petiaitasthdpdsinniesititentaitinliiceauaiaiaia nine aratalt tied, MIDNITE SATURDAY 16th
great deal of it than in causing | SAT. 1.30 Midnite SAT 2 Action Packed Specials!
it to be discovered in others.—| | N G RI 18) | || WHAT'S Kid From Kansas * SAN ANTONE AMBUSH

‘ COOKIN | Dick Foran &
La Bruyere. encren Sisters & a gon ais Monte HALE &
; on 7 IBTLERS aske er el eee,
COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR! | ROUNDUP Johnny Mack FRONTIER INVESTIGATOR

SEE IT NOW... IN ALL ITS ti sate ean a emenanen cum nmemmiatis ni
EVERAL thousand bees made

a power dive on a sign near GLORY ... AV THE E M Pp I R E “S

a Hollywood store. The sign read



Incidental Intelligence |

Captain Hagstrom brought it all
on himself. Fascinated over the
cute images in the restaurant, he













took a photograph of them and f - } " | : :
got them developed as souvenirs. “Free Parking.” — New York) Aub TOW N—Dial 2310 TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30
A Swedish Consul got hold of Times. | ‘ ; ;

one of the pictures of the first

Times.—L.E.S. | The picture that has captivated everyone with its thrilling
“Cap'tain Long John—Le Justicier

eatin Teteties Golnae: SATURDAY to TUESDAY — 4.45 & 8.30



















de Barbados” and stuck the face Turbulent Passions ! S RKO Radio Picture! Columbia Presents a
of a photograph of Captain Hag- Extra Special : 7 he Christmas Short!
strom on it. Sc. Captain Hagstrom “CHRISTMAS DREAM” CORNEL WILDE ~— MERLE OBERON
was initiated tne second “Cap’tain ‘ ry
Long John.” AGAIN Gl IN 2%
At Home | We have opened new id oO B E 66 ee ac
CAPT. JOHN.OF BARBADOS | SONG TO REMEMBE Bui:

Hi Chairman and Honorary

Carol Gift Service Officers of the Barbados
HE James Street Methodist §.P.C.A. held an “At Home” on
Chureh are having a Carol Wednesday at Wakefield, White

and Gift Service on Sunday Park (headquarters of the British

OPENING TO-DAY 5 & 8,15 p.m. 7

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December 16th, beginning at 7 Council). Guests of honour were | 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.15 ad
p.m. Mr. H, C. Humphrys, K.C., Presi- A Republic Double > ‘ “
Children and their parents will dent of the British Guiana Branch RC : m Republic Double rt
each bring along a gift for distri- of the R.S.P.C.A, and_Mry. Hum- KATHERINE JOHN WAYNE ROD CAMERON ny,
bution to the poor children of the phrys, while the Hon. Mrs. RON FORREST TUCKER Qui?
church at Christmas, Gifts will Hanschell and Dr. Goodman, Vice een ari 3 ne EE sks
be placed around a Christmas Tree Presidents of the Barbados S.P.C.A. ; IN
near the altar. were also present, BLONDIE “ ”
Carol hymns will be sung and Chief reason for the At Home Pe OLD CALIFORNIA * OH *SUSANNA "
the entire congregation will take, was so that officials could discuss spa Pr ta)
part. This is truly the Spirit of|informally matters concerning The initiated Capt. John of Barbados . — AND — AND
Christmas, | Animal Welfare. (T, Hagstron) ; ie olAh “LIGHTNING IN
} , : Fs zs 4 Ly
saa bE 98 aoe | yeors younger! “ CHICAGO KID a9 |
£ ROSSWORD THE FOREST”
fe with with
BY | HE W —By Beachcomber
Donald BARRY Donald BARRY
T N an important memorandum, et if hotel wore o ee
Charlie Suet has suggested grapher’s bowler, anc e wore
7 aa oe ‘ans should cross the dark glasses. You never know 0 L Y M Pp I Cc
L apes... Renesas that is to when there may not be an
reets le vise; say, a)
srente i me ote hae a nar. eclipse of the sun. Last 2 Shows TO-DAY SATURDAY to MONDAY
ier seule tea Sa es, ee You can how select tm donen nore n or Columbia action Double
‘street, between the oncoming Non-incompatibility of awie cgenseyss Stripes aria Sen’ taiamh teens y
tand offgoing traffic. ' Wi atin | An . ; re Evelyn KEYES
HE placing of a bowler hat Sizes 12 — 20 Lena HORNE — Bill ROBINSON i SHO
| At each end of each street they on the statue of Stalin (we Also large sizes available Pn eo
|} would turn and make for the the creased trousers) in ne IN
side of the street required. Suet Russian se¢tor of Berlin was 13 00 each ! 6
says that in this way traffic would jnevitable, Some call it a Titoist $s + “STORMY WEATHER” ‘““FRIGHTENED CITY
not be held up by pedestrians or gesture, and ihail it as the end
Across pedestrians by traffic, Asked aed of religious persecution. ne : M.G-M presents AND AND
i in @ Way loose-tongued taik (9 the pedestrians, having reached say that it is an attempt o win dives Sy y aeons |
i (ovorlous AhoW character, al?) lthe end of a street, would get to over the middle class to Com- oD he Lost Weekend” ster |}**UNDER TWO FLAGS” “STAGE TO TUCSO!
ie a the pavement, Suet said; “Every munism, This is borne out by a ° in one of the most unusual ; %
our Gracie.” five minutes, all oncoming traffic picture in the Narolne Zagastevs Y HATS thd. Srodahbe db . with In Technicolor co
y short of dole. (3 would go diagonally for one full kjie, It shows Stalin in Enicker- L e dramas Steeetng 2
Aue the (adele ay minute. All offgoing _ traffic bockers and a cap. He is wheel- of the year! RONALD COLMAN Rod CAMERON
8 14 without the ase, (3) would also go diagonally, but in ing a bicycle, and saying to af Twelve siyies especialiy in CLAUDETTE COLBERT Wayne MORRIS ; aS
AY Fawn pT eh. e eatanel ‘ the opposite direction, of course. man in a tail coat, OP ran and white srawa Do }
ee tay rr BENE Gi A clearly marked line between monocle: ‘Fetch your bike, sir ‘. c 7 ee ee eins
ake. (4 cle ; Ric th flowers
tiy ttlos make them, (5) | the two diagonal lines of traffic, There is no reason why you and Richly oer seins R 0 X Y etic ila
we bt Cie (3) 'and a system of blue and black J shouldn't have a pleasant ride , af
Meat wise, -(e) | lights, would enable pedestrians together.” > O38 hh TO-DAY Only — 4.30 & 8.15 ~ a
Down | ame . » atta a stree Doe eae ° uw
ritécoretera wh . to reach either side of the street Universal Double WH
s Overnower Serie ke Sm ie) | without any hold-up of traffic.” Oh, I say, look here! Ns té
a the press, (7) ‘ e ° S
4 - ae ot thle extent. in the | There she goes! “ E argues,” says my payer, i a " ’ ¢d ORRIDOR of MIRRORS u}
4. Utter disorder, (5) : : “that the results obtained MODERN DRESS SHOPPE AND it
8. To Mraviiern. “your a N oculist said the other day jaye no metaphysical dualist ‘a
arming. (6) G-taahioned | | “that people buy dark glasses jmplications, and that such mis- BROAD STREET ABBOTT & COSTELLE in ”
8 He usually pays a fee, (6) }simply for the sake of bine conceptions arise from an unf Z us
13. 19 with ; |them, without knowing what junate mind-matter, mind-body STARRING e ee int
3 wl ass, (6 | , ; ; i 6 ay
ri “th ad ek an friend, they their purpose is. I think there is terminology which should om KEEP EM FL YING a
i , jmore in it than that (as ae abandoned.” RAY Mi » i}
actress said when the stock- ' i)
| broker pretended that the bottle Considering that this refers to} OPENING Tomorrow — 4.45 & 8.15 a”
| was empty), There is always a the “transformation of physical Xt
|chance of being mistaken for the research into parapsychology,” [| ny i
. t lady who conceals her identity think that the least we can do} JOHN H DIAK + nancy DAVIS a
4 in this cunning manner. It would is to get on with our singing and} i
| still further mystify an alert drinking. * %
EES, ews STONE + scan HAGEN THE END OF THE TRACK |

WAS THE END OF THE LAW!



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14,

Antiguans Get
Cotion Bonus

{From Our Own Correspondent)

_ ST. JOHN’S, Dec
‘ sages in St. oon have had
flare brisk business since the
distribution of a cotton bonus to
Peasants which started on 19th
vember

last. In eight days
three cashiers paid out one hun-

of
sum ible will be 9.3
ib ation sae

call at the Marketing Office in
the order and on the day indi-
cated. No one who comes out of
turn will receive attention IT

LEAN YOUR ~

tor? Cc

after day huge erowds
zattyred. in High Street one of
_ ease ane” enemas.
* seem, at whole families,
mothers, fathers, sons and daugh-
ters had all come to town to join
in Oe spending of cotton money.
a noise and rush wag so ter-
c

top flooy had some difficulty in
‘ eases while the inces-
sant babble went on in the Mar-
keting Office next door.

The public in general derived
considerable amusement when pe~
ly a policeman arrived on
the gallery and threw out a
of cigarette tin tops con-
tickets with numbers en-
the lucky catcher to cue
up, The roar increased, hands
were flying in the air. The jostle
and scramble was then at its
and now and then there
Was a lull in the mob when a
woman or two fainted,



Grenada Clerks
Call Emergency
J *
Meeting
GRENADA, December 11.
The refusal of heads of two
leading shipping houses when
called on to-day by three Clerk-
Union executives, accompanied
by a Labour Office official to sign
a regularly prepared agreement
based on recent conclusions of the
Clerks Union-employers dispute,
has led to clerks calling. an
emergency meeting of the execu-
tive tonight to consider this de-
velopment.

It is understood that C.U.
Extecutives having found the
greatest difficulty in negotiations
with these two managements,
particularly selected them: to test
the reactions of the concessions of
employers.

Correspondence revealed by the
Grenada Workers’ Union shows
that M. Francisco Aguirre and Re-
gional Secretary Orit on Decem-
ber 5 cabled from Regional head-
quarters Cuba, to both the Gov-
ernor of the Windwards and the
Grenada Chamber of Commerce
urging action to settle the recent
Clerks’ Union dispute and ex-
pressing confidence in the justice
of the case of the mercantile
employees.



Gaullists And
Communists Fight

ST, ETIENNE, FRANCE, Dec. 11.

The police used rifle shots and
batons to quell street fights here
late last night and early today
between Gaullists and Commun-
ists. elve persons were rushed
to héspital, and four reported in
a serious condition.

The fighting started earlier last
night. where strong Communist
forces brought by party trucks
from nearby quarters and vill-
ages, broke into a Gaullist meet-
i

ing.

Both sides used stools. The
fighting suddenly stopped when
a smert police officer ordered the
electric current cut off in the
quarter, plunging the battlefield
into darkness.—U,.P.







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GOOD APPEARANCE and FINISH

STURDY

GOOD TONE

1951

ms?i

“~ : rT a NG
} 7a ‘Teter :




Aes

“Such unfair distribution of Home Guards will enable the Eastern Counties to intpde



St. Joseph Round-Up





ste a. ioe ope ARS
as Seats ta +. oe
ie te: ® o pee



BARBADOS ADVOCATE

our Western Counties any time they feel like it.”

Pre-election March
By Labourties

A “PRE-ELECTION” mareh under the auspices of the
B.L.P. and the B.W.U, was staged on Sunday last from
Blackman’s Corner to Todd’s Corner where the large num-
ber of electorates were addressed by members of the Labour

Party.

More than half of the elect-
orates of St. Joseph’s was present
up to 8 pm. Once again Mr.
Smith told the electorates how
they should vote on December 13.
Other members of the party gave
some eloquent speeches and the
large crowd weyt away well
pleased.

About 230 persons attended a
meeting in support of the Candi-
dature of W. R. Coward at Bond-
well on Sunday night. Mr. Cow-
ard delivered an _ impressive
speech, which made some of tnose
present take him to heart.

a * 2

CARL SEALEY took his over
week’s score of 63 not out to 112
on Sunday last Sealey who had
bowling figures of 5 for 9 and 4
for seven had his right hand in-
jured while taking a return catch.
He had to leave the field for treat-
ment,

There was no play at Black-
mans on Saturday last becaus2
Drax Hall team did not turn up.
This was the second and last
day’s play in the tenth series of
matches in Central Division of
the B.C.L. Drax Hall was playing
against Maple C. C. of S. Joseph’s
With Umpires and Maple players

ready for play from 1. 30 pun.
the large number of spectators
were anticipating an _ exciting

finish to the game in which the
scores were, Drax Hall 57.
Maple 14, Best performances up
to the end of the first day’s play
were turned in by D. Dowridge
who topseored with four runs
and took seven wickets for 21
runs for Maple and L. Tyrell who
topscored with 18 runs and twok
six wickets for four runs for Drax
Hall. E, Estwick took four wiekets
for six runs for Drax Hall,

* te

The Central Division [951
B.C.L. season ended on Saturday
last with Romans C. C. carrying
off the championship for the sec-
pnd year in sueeession. Burly
Ashton Blackman was responsi-
ble in no small way for this team’s
success Romans ended the
by winning from Union Globe by
an innings on Saturday last,

* * *

Stanley Fybrace of Vau
Land is at present detained at the
General Hospital, suffering from
injuries to his hands and face,
after falling from the guardwall
of the new S. Joseph’s grave yard.
A burial was taking place when
Fybrace who was walking on the
wall turned pale and collapsed



RADIO PLAYERS

1951 — 52

CONSTRUCTION
TROPIC

RELIABILITY INVARIABLE.

DECEMBER 13—E-Day—is one
of the most important days of
your lives, Dennis Wood, speak-
ing ata Political Meeting in
Burkes Village, St Joseph told the
electorate on Monday night last.

The meeting was the second
for the night in support of the
candidature of Mr. W. R. Coward
(E) who is contesting St. Joseph's
seat. The other meeting was
held in the Ridge area where Mr.
Wood gave a fine address to those
present. “Mr, Coward is a gentie-
man, born in this parish and
knows the sufferings of you peo-
ple and you should give him your
vote”, Mr. Wood continued.

“It would be indeed unfair to
the Labour Party, if I were to
say, they haye done no good” he
said; but I am not here to speak
about what they have done, !
want to tell you of things they
should have done,

Mr. J. A. Haynes (lectors) of
S. Andrew, proposed that all
houses should be insured by Gov-
ernment and it was turned down
by members of the Labour Party.
Mr, Wood touched subjects on
Education, Wages, C.O.L. and
other items,

A little over 100 persons
attended the meeting and heard
Mr, Coward, Mr. Wood and other
speakers including J, Arthur,

cS a

A “READING ROOM” was re-
cently opened in Lower Horse
Hill on the »Glebe Land St.
Joseph’s for the benefit of mem-
bers of the Yi Men Christian
Association of this Parish.

Books in the Room at time of
the opening, were of “Religious”,
and secular knowledge, Dates for
reading are Thursday between
the hours of 7, 30 and 9. 30 p.m.
It has been learnt teat indoor
games will be played at the room
in the not too distant future. The
building is that of the former
S, Joseph’s Post Office and is un-
der the distinguished patronage
of the Rey, Rector Leonard C.

allalieu (Rector of St. Joseph's).
Among those present at the Open-
ing were;—Rev, L, C. Mallalieu,
Rev. Edward Gatherer, A. D.
Blackman, J. A. Mapp, F. M.
Jones, A. Newton, A. I, Lowe,
N, Sellman, A. I, Lowe and otheys.

* s &

After a few days of rough sea,
fishing-boats at Bathsheba were
able to go out in full force. Some
boats were seen returning to
shore early in the day with some



PROOF

SSS SSSA





Germany Can
Produce More Goal

By ARTHUR J. OLSEN
WASHINGTON, Dee. 11.

There’s nothing wrong with
Germany's coal production that
vigorous co-ordinated action by
industry and Government eould
not correct,

Officials said the statement of
the Economic Co-operation Ad-
ministration official, Paul R, Porter
last week demanding a “change in
policy at the highest calibre in the
big coal producing countries” was
apparently not aimed at Western
Germany.

Porter singled out the United
Kingdom and Germany in par-
ticular in criticism of the Western
European nations for the “de-
pendence on the United States for
coal. Commenting on Porter's re-
marks, one informed U.S. official
said: “The problems of raising the
coal output in the Ruhr are well
enough understood. What appears
to be lacking is drive—particularly
on Federal Government level—to
get things done.”—U.P.



Pleven Wins Vote
Of Gonfidence

PARIS, Dec. 11.

Rremier Rene Pleven won a
vote of confidence jn the National

y on Tuesday night in a
test of the Government’s support
of the Schuman Plan to pool
Western Europe's coal and steel
resources,

Pleven won by an official vote
ot 877 to 240 — the strongest
vote of confidence since his
taking office almost six months
ago.

Pleven posed the confidence
vote to beat back the proposal by
the group of Independents which
would have postponed any de-
cision on the Schuman Plan for
four months,

Premier staked the life of
his right of centre coalition on
the issue so that the assembly
could go ahead with the vote on
whether to ratify the revolution-
ary project to pool the con-
tinent’s $4,000,000,000 heavy in-
dustry setup, —U.P.

Cook Reported
Too Much Income

QKLAHOMA City, Dec. 12.

A 39-year-old cook Wednesday
was sentenced to five years in a
Federal prison because he re-
ported too much income to the
Government, Records showed
that Leonard Parker Tulsa re-
ported income up to twenty times
what he earned and listed four
fictitious dependents to draw
handsome refunds.



He was finally caught after the ").

Internal Revenue Bureau paid
him nearly $2,000 in refunds for
four years. Judge W. R. Wallace
sehteneed Parker to five years on
each of sixteen counts of defraud-
ing the Goyernment.—(U.P.)

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return tickets. But the Finegold
family wound up with an un-
booked passenger aboard the liner
at La Guardia anyway, as a baby
Mrs. Betty
crossing

boy was born to
Finegold, 22
from Haifa,

Betty and Lao
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months ago.

But Betty who arrived on
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but it Was too hard. I guess we
were too used to the soft Ameri-
can Way of life’.
her husband
soon as he
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U.K. ARMY COLONEL
DENIES COURT
MARTIAL CHARGES

LONDON, Dec. 12,
A British Army Colonel
Wednesday denied court martial
charges that he was involved in

Five Hurt In Petrol
Station Explosion
a £20,000 deal to sell arms to the
Jewish armed forces in Palestine

MILWAUKEE, Dec, 13.
Pive people were hurt when
a petrol station and a tyre store
were wrecked in a big explosion
here last night. {
They were rescued by the Po-})
lice and firemen who had to \
burrow under piles of debris.
Broken glass was showered over]!
the district by an explosion, the]}
cause of which was a mystery.

—UP.
three years ago.

Colonel Thomas Gore, 44, form-
er Commander of the ammunition
depot near Haifa pleaded not
guilty to eight charges including
the accusation that he received
money from another officer in
connection with the sales,

Second Officer Major Ralph
Newman was cashiered and jailed
last month on charges of receiving

money for six scout car loads of
guns and ammunition.—wU.P.

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December, 1961

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BADOS GP ADVOGATE



Printed by the Advocate Co., St, Bridgetown



"Friday, December 14, 1951

To Day We'll Know

WHAT will happen when the votes are
counted today? There is no one in Barbados,
not even those who refused to register or
who couldn’t be bothered to go to the polls
yesterday who is not anxious to know who's
in or which political party will have the
most seats in the new House of Assembly.

The answer to that question will be
known tonight and it is expected that re-
sults will start coming in about two p.m.
today. So much depends on how many
people voted yesterday and whether they
voted for one or two candidates.

If, for example, everyone in St. Michael
voted for two candidates 65,470 votes will
have to be counted today. in the last elec-
tions only 8,688 votes had to be counted. It
will take eight times as long to count St.
Michael's votes alone if every voter used
both votes. But this would be very surpris-
ing in view of the fact that only 8,688 votes
were cast in the 1948 elections out of a
possible total of 15,832. Previous voting
seems to suggest either that many voters
use one vote only or that not much more
than half of the registered voters take the
trouble to vote. What happened in St. t
Michael yesterday will be known today,
but there can be no great fight between
Labour and the Electors.

There are no independents standing for
St. Michael where the number of registered
voters has risen from 7,916 in 1948 to 32,735
in 1951. t

There can however be surprises in Christ
Church, In this parish 12,612 voters are reg-
istered as compared with 3,620 in 1948,
and there are three independent candi-
dates. Anything can happen in Christ
Church.

The next biggest electorate is to be found
in St. George but here the fight is between
Labour and Electors only with Labour
offering the greater number of candidates.
St. Philip is fourth with 7,146 registered,
a considerable increase on 1948’s figure of
2,348. But there are no dark horses in St.
Philip and Labour, Congress and Electors:
have each strong candidates. The results of
the St. Philip elections will be significant
but cannot be surprising since the chances
of the tHree main candidates are all high.

The City of Bridgetown is fifth in the
numerical alignment of voters, Yesterday
6,281 voters could have cast two votes each
as compared with 2,863 registered in 1948
when 2,871 votes were cast.

There are two independents standing for
the City and if there is heavy voting in’
Bridgetown the results might well surprise
many people, since it has been confidently
predicted that one seat will go to Labour
and one to the Electors.

St. James is next with 5,744 registered,
a considerable increase over 1,863 regis-
tered in 1948, but although it is possible
for Labour to win one of the seats in this
parish, the popularity of the two Electors
candidates will probably be responsible for
their return. In any case there are only
three candidates, so there can be no sur-
prises. ;

In St. John with 4,790 registered in 1951
compared with 1,280 in 1948 anything might
happen and with three independents ir the
field it probably will, but no one will be
surprised,

It would surprise a great number of.
people, however, if the electorate of St.
Peter showed a'swing against Labour whose
candidates seem, heavily entrenched. This
might happen ‘now that’ 4,333 people are
registered as compared with 1,576 last year.

In St. Thomas where 4,125 are registered
as compared with 1,655 in 1948 the betting
is so heavily in favour of the two Labour
candidates that it would be the biggest sur-
prise of the election if the Electors’ candi-
date were successful here.

No one knows what will happen in St.
Lucy where there was no contest in 1948.
Kut 7,850 votes could have been cast there
yesterday and there is one independent to
split the number that would otherwise have
gone to Labour or Electors. What happens
in St. Lucy may well decide whether one or
other of the two major parties will get that
majority necessary for the exercise of party
government,

In St, Joseph it would be more than a
surprise (it would be disaster) if Mr. Adams
was the one candidate of the three not to be
returned. But with 3,583 registered voters
instead of 1,199 who can say what could not
happen?

In St. Andrew 3,363 registered voters
might reverse the recent decision, to return
two Electors and might give St. Andrew
the same representation it had after the
elections in 1948 when only 1,517 were reg-
istered.

What happened yesterday we shall know
tonight but whatever the final results are
it looks very much as if we are going to
have quite a number of the old faces back
in the House of Assembly on Tuesday next
week, Whether any party will have a large
enough majority to work without a coali-
tion is another matter.

But that can wait for tonight’s verdict to
make plain.









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ADVOCATE



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Devaluation Must Be A report on te covenan
Avoided |

By RONALD BOXALL

LONDON, Novy. 26.

Several eminent economists have
contributed during the past week
to the public debate on the future
of sterling in the modern world.
The cause of the crisis no longer
seems in doubt. In Professor
Lionel Robbins’ words

“We had been driving our car
through difficult post-war coun-
try with the steering gear out of
action, the wheels lashed rigidly
in one direction, our only means
of equilibration an occasional stop
every few months for the wheeis
to be unlashed and turned at an-
other angle—while Ministers stood
on the roof and delivered salu-
tary exhortations.”

In other words, we have been
going too far, too fast, and with-
out adequate economic safeguards,
We have been attempting the im-
possible,

By abandoning the link be-
tween domestic and external eco-
nomic policies we have beea
plunging headlong for disaster,
Post-war policy has tended to
treat internal stability and ex-
ternal solvency as separate objec-
tives, whereas, in fact, they are
closely joined,

Control over the internal eco-
nomy has in the past been exer-
cised mainly through the Budget
and the direct control of imvest-
ment, with the result that economic
policy has been based on predic-
tions which later facts have se!-
com borne out. To quote Pro-
fessor Robbins again, direct con-

trol has tended to be “behind
the gun.”
“The Times” supported Pro-

fessor Robbins’ contention that we
must adopt a more flexible policy
in offr economic affairs, Budge-
tary policy alone worked slowly
and at rare intervals, “When ai)
the stages of the framing and
consideration of estimates and the
lag between tax legislation and
tax receipts are taken into ac-
count, two years rather than one
probably represents the real cycle
of its operation.”

Internal inflation, barely con-
tained by direct controls, has now
broken loose, and we have begun
to witness an upward spiral of
wages and prices that threatens
our position as a great monetary
power,

In these circumstances it js
hardly surprising that the outside
world should fear another de-
valuation of the pound. Confidence



in the pound reached its lowest
ebb just before the General Elec-
tion and resulted in an alarming
rain on our external reserves

There are indications that confi-
dence is beginning to return, bot
the:e is still a lingering feeling
that despite the interim measures
proposed by Mr. Butler, nothing
thort of a further devaluation
will solve the payments crisis.

The first aim of policy must be,
therefore, to restore and main-
tain confidence in the pound at
its present exchange value. . This
is of p.ime importance not only
to the U.K. but to the whole ster-
ling area.

Various means of achieving this
aim have been suggested. Pivo-
fessor Robbins has stressed the
need for “a mechanism sensitive
to change from day to day and
therefore p:oducing adjustments
to adverse movements while they
are still small.”’ Such a mechanisin
must have full regard to the ex
ternal balance, “When in surp



expand; when in deficit contract”
There were many _ conceivable
variants, he said, but that must

be the chief rule of monetary sys-
tems which attempt to maintain
external balance at fixed rates

{ exchange, We must adopt that
tule ourselves if the pound was
not to drop still farther.

3ut though the immediate aim
of policy must be te re-establish
confidence in sterling, our long-
term aim must be to restore the
pound to full convertibility.. This
was the theme of a lecture by
Sir Cecil Kisch to a Common-
wealth gathering in London, this
week, :

Convertibility, he said,.was: de+
pendent on the establishment of
monetary control through the
restoration of the Bank of Eng-
land’s “discipline” over the volume
of credit, Once this was achieved,
the road to convertibility would
be clear.

The problem of convertibility,
however, is aggravated by the
existence of huge sterling bal-
ances. With each fresh decline in
the spending power of the pound
these balances deteriorate in
value, There are already signs
that some members of the sterling
area are dissatisfied with this
state of affairs, and even now it
may prove difficult to prevent
some breakaways. For this reason,
if for no other, a further devalua-
tion would prove disastrous,

While it is clear that the only
long-term .policy for sterling is

U.S. Scientists Deve lop New

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full convértibili y, the cohesion of

speedy action. One method of}
bridging the ditficult gap between
{xed parities and full converti-|
tility would be to institute a sys-
tem of flexible exchange rates!
for current transactions,

This course is favoured by Sir)
F.ederick ‘Leith-Ross, who has
suggested various ways in whicn
it. might be achieved, }

“It may be done,” he said, “by
eilowing transfers freely at the
official rate. But after the experi-
ence of 1947, it 1s probably, de-’
irable to adopt a more flexible
sysiem. If, in order to prevent a)
flight of B.itish capital the ma-|
hinery of exchange control nas to}
te maintained, the first step
might be to follow the Canadian’
example and to allow the rate of
exchange for permitted transac-|
tions to be ‘fixed by commercial!
demand. Or the system adepted
ty France, and Italy might be
t.ied, under which certain tran-
sactionis are carried through at
the official rates and others are
settled freely in the ‘parallel!
market,’

Sir Fretterick
difficulties. involved in any of
these sy§ems, but maintained
that if convertibility was ever t
be attained, an interim period of
flexibility, in some form, would
almost certainly be necessary. if
the IMF were to insist on rigid
parities, the date on which ‘cui ~-
encies could be made freely con-

recognised the

vertible would be _ indefinitely
postponed,
But though the need to work

towards full convertibility is gen-
erally recognised, not everybody
is agreed that it should be pre-
ceded by flexibility in exchange
rates, The Financial Times, for
instance, has pointed out that
flexible exchange rates are inap-

propriate to an economy like that ,;

of the U.K,

“The centre of an _ almost
world-wide, financial system has a
vested interest in the stability of
its exchange rates which out-
weighs any theoretical advantage:
which might result even from a
limited freedom,” it said.

Despite these differences in
methods of approach to the ex-
ternal pritblem, there is
agreement on the need to be-
gin with effective disinflationary |
policies at home. The alternative
might well be a further devalua-|
tion, and that must be averted at
all costs,

Caneer-Detection Device |

NEW YORK CITY.
A device to help medical men
detect cancer in its early stages,
when it can frequently be cured,

obtained from tissue secretions
from certain parts of the body are
spread on microscope slides and
stained with a fluorescent dye.

is being developed by scientists Cancer cells from the uterus and
at the Sloan-Kettering: Institute the lungs combine with more of

for Cancer Research
Memorial Center here,

The instrument, known as a mi-
crofluorometrie scanner, is intend-
ed to,be used in connection with
the Papanicolaou test for cancer
diagnosis.

The Papa test, as it is called for
short, was devised some time ago
by Dr. George N. Papanicolaou
of the Cornell University Medical
College in New York City. In
this test, fluids and tiny bits of
tissue that have been expelled
through natural body openings are
smeared on a glass slide and ex-
amined under a microscope for the
presence of cancer cells.

The technique takes advantage
of the fact that the cells shed by
a cancer into body fluids can be
identified just as a tree can be
identified by the leaves it sheds.
It has been particularly effective
in detecting cancer of the uterus
at an early stage when the rate
of cure is very high, It is also
used with success in detecting lung
cancer.

One drawback to wider use of
the Papa test is that it requires
highly skilled technicians to de-
tect the deadly cells in the great
mass of material normally cast off.
Often. thousands of cells must be
searched through before a cancer
cell is found,

Here is where the microfluoro-
metric scanner may be of help. It
is designed to make the cancer
cells show themselves.

This is what happens:

and

Cells

Our Readers Say:

Failure of WA. Team

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Alnmiost everyone here has
been oceupied in a post mortem
examination on the failure of the
West Indies team in Australia, In
seven out Of ten cases the ver-
dicts were different while in the
remaining three cases the ver-
dicts were, “The, West Indies’
fielding let them down in each
of the first two Tests.”

Before the end of the third
day's play in the second test
everyone was saying, “Once again
the West Indies’ team showed
their inability to press home an
advantage,” and when the game
was: fifally won and lost, “The
apparent unconquerable Austra-
lians displayed the acme of ten-

acity,. resilence, courage, and
eventually @merged unconquered
from a position which should

have afforded the same West In-
dies’ team, to nail them down.”

Competent judges of this bril-
liant summer game are still of
the opinion that the Ashes will
be taken to the West Indies. The
Australians have scored two suc-
cessive wins over their oppo-
nents who are not one whit be-
hind them in any department
with the exception of Fast-
bowling. The fielding can be
improved. Here in Australia
there are the rumours
of the West Indies’ team being
disjunctive but this is false. Ray
Lindwall ,won the first test for
Australia, and Keith Miller and
little Lindsay Hassett won the
recond test for them Without
the aid of Frankie Worrell’s con-
sistent recklessness and the con-
stant disregard of their cricketing
abilities (Walcott and Rae) Aus-

the this dye than do normal cells from

these sites, the scientists explain,
Consequently, when longwave ul-
traviolet rays are shone on the
cells, each stained cell gives off
light but the cancer cells give off
more light — two or three times
more, This light emission can be
measured by a microphotometer

Whether cancer cells from other
parts of the body, such as the
etomach and intestines, react in a
similar way is still being studied.

Dr. Robert C. Mellors and Dr.
Reuben Silver, the scientists who
are developing the new appara-
tus, hope it wil make it easier to
test large numbers of people for
certain types of cancer,

Most, cancer can .be ,cured if
discovered and treated early
enough. This project is another
example of unending research
efforts being made by scientists
of the free world to save human
life and relieve suffering
through the conquest of disease.

(RESEARCH; DISEASES).
More Medical Students In U.S.
Attracted to Family Medicine
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
An increasing proportion of new
doctors in the United States are
entering the general practice of
medicine instead of specializing in
a particular branch, The general
practice of medicine itself is be-
coming a leading medical specialty,
& prominent doctor says.
Dr. Wingate M. Johnson of the
Powman-Gray School of Medigine,
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tralia, would have been two down
instead of two up. The term
Genius is ill-used when it is
placed near Frankie Worrell’s
name. No Genius would do the
same thing wrong four times. The
G’s Goddard and Gomez have
proved themselves more terrible
than the W’s Worrell and Walcott.
Weekes is undoubtedly the most
brilliant batsman I have ever
seen, and I have seen Bradman,
Compton, Headley, Merchant,
Hammond, Hazare and many
others, When I first saw Ever-
ton Weekes bat he scored only
five runs; but the next innings of
50 was worth over 100.

With a poorer fielding team
than the Australians Everton
Weekes could score as many as
400 runs in any one day.

NEXT WEEK — By Pen Friend
in Australia. P

AUSTRALIAN.

Vegetable Planting

SIR,—I as a Conservative, have
no wish to hurt Mr. Chase's
chances of his representing the
City in the House of Assembly in
fhe coming session, but must
certainly take exception to one
thing he said as is reported in
his speech at Baxters Road, as
follows.

“With regard to the food situa-
tion Government should again
insist on landowners. planting a
certain amount of their land in
vegetables and provisions. It
was a very igrave mistake to have
allowed the law in this comnec-
tion to lapse.”

May I ask Mr. Chase when that
order was issued? The planters
are still planting their full quota
of food crops, the. spring potato

crop 3 years ago was slightly re-

here reports this trend toware |
more “family doctors”. He spoke |
recently before a meeting of 1,500
general practitioners, gathered tc |
study the latest advances in the |

diagnosis and treatment of dis-| States is that the right of complaint by in-

eases. |
)» The American Medical Associa-
tion, a private organization of more |
than 147,000 doctors, has been en-
couraging the practice of family |
n.edicine. Medical schools also are |
advising more students to go into |
general practice. During the past |
five years the proportion of stu-|
aents planning’to become genera)
practitioners has steadily increased |
as has the number of internships |
set aside for them in hospitals. |
Qf the current graduating class at
the Bowman-Gray School for ex- |
ample, more than two-thirds plan ,
to go into..family medicine, Dr. |
Johnson says. |

Throughout the country post- |
graduate courses are being de-|
signed forjfamily doctors to keep |
them abreast of latest develop-
ments in Medicine. An increasing
number medical books and |
journals» dre now published for |
their benefit.

The Anterican Academy of Gen- |
eral Practice, formed in 1947, has |
become the second largest medical
organization in the United States.
Dr. Johns@n points out that this
crganization maintains high pro-
fessional standards by requiring
its members to keep abreast of
medical progress, They must com-
plete 150 hours of postgraduate |
college work each three years.
Members who do not do their post-
graduate work are dropped from
the organization,(PHYSICIANS).

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duced, because there was such al
glut on the market, that they
had to be sent to the Lancaster
Processing Factory to be used as
stock#feed at a very low figure,
and .with a great loss to the
estate, food =e are still being
planted under Government order
and Control. Only last week an
owner was prosecuted for short
planting and a conviction fol-
lowed. Politicians should get
correct facts, and not make state-
ments which are not correct. This |
kind of thing often happens in,
debates in the Assembly also.
Yours faithfully,
PLANTER,

Waiting For Inspection
SIR,— Several fisherman, my-
self included, whose boats
suffered damage in the recent
bad weather on the Leeward
coast are still waiting for inspec-
tors from the Fisheries Depart-
ment to come and’ assess the
damage to the boats.

We appreciate that the
Department is very busy at the}
moment, but we must point out
that unless the assessment is
made soon, and help is given to
us to’ repair the boats, we will
not be able to go fishing this|
season. FISHERMAN.

Wrong Name

SIR,—May I draw your atten-|
tion to the fact that in your issue!
of today (Saturday, December |
8th) my name appeared amongst |
the subscribers! to your fisher-|
men’s relief fund as: Robert Van|
Doyle; whereas, gentlemen, I am,

Yours truly,

ROBERT VAN DEN BERGH.
“The Folly”

St. James,

Barbados, B.W.!
December 8.





OF HUMAN RIGHTS

By ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

IN THE tast meeting of the Human Rights |
the sterling are. may call for more} Commission in Geneva, Switzerland, the five |

weeks were spent in trying to carry out the
mandate given to the Commission by the
Fifth General Assembly. The most difficuit

|assignment was undertaken first. The Gen-

eral Assembly has said that the Economic
and Social Rights must be written into the
iurst Covenant.

The’ position of the United States up to
that time had been that these rights were
of a different nature from the Civil and Poli-
tical ones and therefore should be in a sep-
arate document, but we loyally tried to co-
operate. We ended, however, by supporting
the “ndian resolution which would have re-
quested the Economic and Social Council to
ask the General Assembly to reconsider their
decision and to allow these rights to be in a
separate document instead of being in this
first Covenant. This resolution was defeated

ind so the work as it was-done at the last
Human Rights Commission meeting will go
to the Sixth General Assembly (which
opened in Paris, November 6, 1951) to leave
it to that body to decide whether they will
finish the first covenant or whether they will
cimply discuss it and send it back to the
Human Rights Commission for further con-
sideration.

There is material on which work has been
cone which would permit Committee Num-
er 3 of the General Assembly to finish the
document if they wished to spend the time,
but they may well decide that after a short
Rights Commission do some further work on
his Covenant and return it to them in a
nore finished condition. The method of im-
lementation for Economic and Social Rights

Jas a reporting system, but no decision was

eached as to whether measures of implemen-
tation previously written for the Civil and

full| ‘’olitical rights, and revised in this last ses-
Human Rights Commission,

sion of the
-hould be applicable to both Civil and Poli-

+:
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«pplicable to both types of rights. This de-
cision may well be made by the Genera!
Assembly.

The question which lies closest to the
hearts of the non-governmental organiza-
tions is the question of, individual petition.

‘They were much disappointed to have this

again rejected by the Human Rights Com-
mission. The feeling on the part of the United

ternational organizations and_ individuals
should be presented in a separate protocoi

, which should be ratified by the states as they

feel able.

The Soviet, of course, are against all im-
plementation machinery, considering that
this is interference in the internal affairs o!
states and violates their sovereignty and is
therefore not permissible under the Charter.
The other states did not consider it in quite
the same light and therefore the majority
still felt that a state by state complaint sys-
tem is probably all that can be achieved as a
beginning.

The Federal-State Clause was not discussed
or settled at this last Commission meeting

though the General Assembly had asked that
a study be made of this article. I think it was

}generally felt among the menibers of the

Commission that they had worked hard but
the task had been gigantic and they could not
lope to complete in the time allotted. Dr.
charles Malik of Lebanon was an able chair-
man and I think he achieved the maximum
cooperation possible among the Commission
members.

One off the greatest difficulties, of course,
lay in the different interpretation of the
word “rights”, Many of the underdeveloped
countries look upon the Economic and Social!
Rights as more important than the Politica)

| and Civil Rights, and they want to state each

one as a moral right even though they know
that it may take them some time before these
rights are achieved.

For the United States and for a number of
other nations, a treaty once ratified, becomes
the supreme law of the land is a legal right
not just a moral one. This makes for great
complications in the effort to word these
Economie and Social Rights so they would
satisfy the two groups who had different con-
ceptions of the use of the word “right”. I am
sure as it now stands we are none of us en-
tirely satisfied but we can feel we have pro-
vided a basis on which Committee Number
3 can either decide to write the Covenant
itself, or to discuss the material provided
and give its advice to the next meeting of the
Human Rights Commission.

The Preamble to the Universal Declar-
ation cf Human Rights, seesing the premise
for the Articles adopted, is as follows:

WHEREAS recognition of the inherent
dignity and of the equal and inalienable
rights of all members of the human family is
the foundation of freedom, justice and peace
in the world. h

WHEREAS disregard and contempt for
human rights have resulted in barbarous acts
which have outraged the conscience of man-

|kind, and the advent of a world in which

human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech
and belief and freedom from fear and want
has been proclaimed as the highest, aspira-
tion of the common people.

WHEREAS it is essential, if man is not to
be compelled to have recourse, as a last re-
sort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppres-

‘sion, that human rights should bé protected
| by the rule of law,

WHEREAS it is essential to promote the
development of friendly relations between

nations,
‘



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14,



R.E.C. Endorse Tax Relief Resolution

1951

MEETING ENDS

THE Regional Economic
ness yesterday afternoon,

Committee concluded its busi-

The Committee endorsed the resolution recently passed



BARBADOS ADVOC



ATE



Will Get Telephones
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Mr. Maile said that a 456

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ASTHMA

Exchange at St. James was opened
has

e e e f, , , /
by the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce on the subject of per underground cable wil) alse Sow ease the stra JO ds
ax relief for pi ri stries, whi . a } ~ 1Sl bé run from the St. Lawrence ‘ wo t in in secon Se
tax me ief for plone: industries, which reads as follows:— Exchange towards Oistins
“Whereas this Colony and = "(Phe iy enidienatic Tale » choking Asthma makes
other colonies of the British TH RTY-THREE Swedith cadets of the Merchant Navy p The new, automatic Telephone W guap fec breath, one tg

West Indies have enacted leg-
islation to encourage the estab-
lishment

Montse’ ar got their first glimpse of Barbados yesterday as the Swedish on Sunday, November 4. It cabin tn the sine on
t training ship Sunbeam sailed into Carlisle Bay from Stock-

an ultimate capacity of 400 num-

ahd development of ; , ~ : ae” cates Se ‘ igi strain quickly and effectively. Remem-
new industries and have made Had /A Good holm via Falmouth, Funchal and Dakar, French West Africa, Bers which js en —— i. ber, it is thie strain on the system which ,
as the chief inducement pro- The Sunbeam has been here three times before. murabere abe connected ; constitutes the biggest danger from =
visions for relief from income Most of the cadets, whose ages range between 15 and 20, © He said that the Company has

tax to persons establishing fac-
tories in connection with such
indusiries and also income tax

Cotton Crop



are making their first sca voyage. Captain Tore Hagstroin
said “they have experienced the hard side of seamanship on

a major expansion programme
mecluding a large Exchange in the



wow?
— AS

Asthma |
Bphazone contains several healing



“ ; ' ; : 7 Upner Collymore Rock—Brittons agents which dissvive the strangling

relief to shareholders in such ener tee cee; o — his voyage and are hardening up all so fast. Hill area. This will greatly | germ-laden accumulations in zr

enterprises; - year ha Sunb.am encountered bad relieve the Bridgetown Exchange : t t
And whereas this inducement been very favourable and we weather every day and night since ee be teh one Ps and provide telephone facilities bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes casy, normal thing.
of negative value th to were lucky to escape the | hurri- She left Dakar for barbados. “'"” > «demand oe Finnish ana the over the Worthing, Hastings, Pine The Ephazone teeauncit is so simple too! l,othing to inject,

manufacturers in the United C4es, hence the crops par‘icular- Along with the rough “breaking ‘vO vmeer enguusn ana ait Hill, Collymore | Rock. Wildy nothing to inhale. No matter how swiftly or unexpectediy the

Kingdom who might wish to ly thet of cotton, have given satis- in” the weather g_ve some of the ©¢Ts On Qoard are Swedisn. Few Kents, Clapham, Rockley and attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone.

establish pioneer industries in factory results,” Hon'ble D. R. cadet, they lost their “beloved” ® ‘1 crew speak English, Rendezvous areas. It is going to id relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronciidal Catarrh,

the Colony and to United King- Walwyn told the Advocate yester- W. M. WOODHOUSE third officer Enok Rane who died ‘"€ Sumbeam is expected to be a large and expensive pro- For repid re a ee ee See

dom investors in such indus- mc we ie j suddenly while the ship was in *â„¢d 4 ree Sne is ex- gramme, always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!

tries, owing to the application r. alwyn 1s reasurer of e position 6.20 degrees north, 30.54 &*¢°ea W leave Barbados on Thurs- — ye

of the Income Tax Acts in the Mon verrat and _ the colony's iscusse degrees west and the chief officer “-Y homeward bound via Vene- BP NG NN NG NNN NA FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE

United Kingdom which nullify delegate attending the Regional ; Magmusson was sen: back home 7“@/@, Haiti, Martimique, St. Bar- s

the , benefits loca]

legislation;

provided by

Economic Committee Meeting at
Hastings House.

Hurricane

to Stockholm from Dakar after he
had taken jll with a bad stomach,

t.olomew and the Azores, The

ciuse will take six months,

XMAS




EPHAZ@NE



Be it resolved: That this He said that prep:rations dre Sor ane ae . nea Oh wg rom is also aveine
Chamber urges Government to being made for the 1952 cotton . ns” @ le cadets witnessed Barbados for the first time. e istered chemists, If any difficulty, t
make strong representations to Cfop which will be started early Programme for the first time a burial at sea. belongs to the Royal Navy ol “ ee ee at's aon. write tor
His Majesty’s Government. to in February. ; “Good old Rane (54 he was) has Sweden, bu: was transferred te GIF TS P.O, Bex 403, Bridgetown.
consider the granting of\in- Coton, he said, is the staple Mr. W. M. Woodhouse, Building been on the Sumbeam for four make this cruise for six months. | ip
come tax relief in the United product upon which the economy Development Adviser to the Y©@"S and he was the pet of the He hes been training officers in thel
Kingdom to those persons or of the island is based and it is Comptroller for Development and ship” the cap ain said. Rane was Swedish Navy since the war in
companies which can satisfy hoped that the same acreage as Welfare, returned to Barbados on “T@PPed in the Swedish flag and 1939. Before the war, he was an
His Majesty's Government that lert year will be cultivated. Pro- Wednesday evening by B.W.1A,, C°Temoniously buried from the officer in the Merchant Navy. at |
they have established pioneer duction will however depend after paying visits to Jamaica and Wa&rter deck after sunset, He “I! have been wai ing for a visi!

industries in the colonies

that they are bona fide invest-

ors in such industries.”

The Committee considered a
paper circulated by the Trinidad
delegation on the subject of the
effects on the British Caribbean
Area of the United Kingdom Pak-
istan Trade Agreement. It was sug-
gested that the manner of nego-
tiating this Agreement was in

ing their trade relations.
No Decision
No firm decision was reached on
the appointments of the various
posts which the Committee has to
fill, and these will be determined
finally at a meéeting to~be con-

upon weather conditions,

“The tomato crop is now in pro-
gress and reaping is expected ‘o
take place in January and Feb-
ruary next year for export to
Canada.

“The last tomato crop w.s very
satisfactory and as far as weather
conditions permitted, it looks as if
they are going to have another
good crop this year”,

were put on sale on September 17,
include $1.20, $9.49 and $4.80 one
to eight cents, 12. 24, and 60 cents.



S. Africa’s Chief

Trinidad,

In Jamaica, he said, he had dis-
cussed proposals for the revisicn
of the Building Bye Laws with
particular reference to the in-
‘orporation * of hurricane pre-
‘autions. In this, he was associated
witb Mr, F. D, Banning who had
come from the U,S.A., by arrange-
ment with the Economic Co-opera-
ion Administration and the

is hoped, will open next month.
At this factory, it is intended to
produce 100,000 tons of first class
cement per annum at a cost less
than that being paid for imported
cement. This, he said, is likely to
have a far reaching effect on the
methods of construction now used

died on duty on the ship's deck
early a ‘norning while rain and
heavy squalls pounded the Sun-
beam.

Captain Haggtrom and Second
Officer Blom are the only two
officers on the Sunbeam. Also on
board are a ship’s carpenter, two
engineers, a chief steward and two
cooks and a sail maker who were
hired to make the cruise with the



took six stitches. The left eye
was also swollen and he was de-
tained for observation.

Dr. Kuezynski said that this
injury could have been caused
by a stone used with great force
on the left side of the temple,

Harold Collins said on Novem-

to the West Indies all my life and
I have only now got the chance”,
he said. He was so anxious for i
visit to the West Indies because
he has been reading American
magazines which said that the
West Indies had a mild climate
throughout the year. He wanted
to see the ‘beautiful islands” that
he read about.

Yesterday was warm, the crew

WEATHERHEAD NS: |
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—that are splendid tokens of
Bathe Xmas spirit of goodwill,
Bana that are certain to be

appreciated.

RAR ARETE 4





We stock only the Best

CORD & RIBBON

XMAS TREE DECORA-
TIONS

BUBBLE LIGHTS ETC.

CAROM BELLODYIA
$14.00, $20.00, $27.50

“CAROM SWEET PEA”
$36.00



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certain’ respects open to criticism, Improved Fina Development z are Organi. °@4ets. complained, and they were taking 1 Pressure No finer
a tat the sacrifice of ee en Mr. Welwyn said Ee nennotal sation a the oes herder ent the sun on their bare backs while = EAU DE COLOGNE | Pressure
eral clause granting preferential aonditions j r oe aa During his visit We te e they lashed par‘ of the Sunbeam’s 1: in esiiien di 2h eh ieidaate | Stoves
rights to the Colonies, while ieeead aa era ache also hat sihetedtie chastton oe Fined £4, For 1,800 square yards of sail to the = The ren || oe
the general clausc in sc - forward to making some improve- hurricane rehousing programme ? booms. ‘wt | as ad
Pakistan was retained, was Nable jonts in the social services of the {or which His Majesty’s Govern- ® While the ship is in port, the n wonderful preseniation ' mage
to have damaging effects on the colony generally ment is now giving assistance vy ] arm eodets will go through the routine Bottles, | illustrated the
appre tated y it not have been “whe Government has completed ™eans of grants and loans to the of Caliting Aid Raeene Uyeis Sane 4711 in Bl ad Gold | ——
appreciated 2v ne persons ne- § seat. it y tdead ;. extent of over $10,000,000, Ge ; clean, drilling, rowing and swim- 1 in ue an 0 |
gotiating the Agreement on the *. Very ine school — ro $ Mr. C. L. Walwyn Acting Po- aan eT ¥ BR «$1.20, $2.00, $2.64, $3.12, Roarer Patt = be
part of the United Kimgdom and Yeur pic pier’ are pians afoot ie said that it is intended to lite Magistrate of District “A $4.32, $6.00 oe
dependencies The Committee °° on - esaraon | of a new conbtsust <8" lathe’ Huribes (v6e yesterday imposed a fine of £4 bi $7.53 and
- Pr ; : 7 secondary school building which ee . to be paid in 21 days or two! 7 !
recommended that strong repre~ *" SE houses in the rural areas by means ’ “a ne r TOSOA 4711 i cheapest
sentatiohs should be made ta dis Will be started next yor. cf the “self help method.” while poems Be pm pe or ange hess AMAS PAPER e 4/6, 8/-, 14/- |; Silent Type
Majesty’s Government regarding Elections l.cuses in the urban areas are like- Gand St ichaal for inflicting | . re ra
the manner in which the Agree- _ Montserrat expects to have her ly to be built by ‘contractors. hodily arsn.on Harold Collins Gat RiceD 4711 3/6, 5/6, 84 | $7.91
ment had been negotiated and the General Elections in February £pecial workshops and stores are November 30 7 gp Dourle Blue Gold 4711 |
apparent disregard of British next year under the new Adult 1) be set up for this programme ; 9 $4.32. $6.60. $8.00 |!
West Indian interests which had Suffrage system. The new Con- which will be under the general Beckles pleaded guilty to the Rr $2.40, $4.32, $6.60, $8.00, | !
taken place, Reference was made stitution Rill has not yet been supervision of a Hurricane Hous- charge. Medical evidence was = $7.50, $9.00, $10.00 j
to the paragraph in the report passed but it is hoped that this ing Committee, as distinct from given by Dr. Kuezynski who said PY ; ' | (Nickel Plated)
of the Committee’s first meeting will fake place in January. the Central Housing Authority of that he examined Collins on No- > Also |
i which stated that it was of vital The colony has just issued a Jamaica. vember 30 at the General Hospi- | . > > : Og
importance to territories in the new set of postage stamps, the w . ‘ . aan tal Casualty, There was a deep » hr PERFUME | 200 CANDLE POWER ............. 0.550505: $26.96
area that they should be repre- design of which is very attractive. hile in Jamaica, he inspected cut about two inches in length on “ pon OF QUALITY | ‘ : io f
sented in all negotiations affect- ‘The values of the stamps which the new cement factory which it the left side of the head and this also TINSEL 7 300 CANDLE POWER 2.0... cece cess cece eens $28.63

(Table Models)

{ “ € 7 i ; € 2 @ “re
vened in April yore a eee U.N, Delegate in the colony, ber 30 about 7.80 p.m. he was on Very Low Prices ape, ebout 2 dozen different SINGLE BURNER (0c) oc ic kod ae $14.84
focmetl Papi raid. nF, fully d Another interesting develop- Bay Land and was passing near | At Your Jewellers =
ee eee y ment is the manufacture of some men who were gambling in 3 : *
meet. the ‘requirements of these | Ordered Homte ieeisea” consete mien a noe some men who were gambling in| e DOUBLE BUBNER 60. $25.35

important posts; they thought it
essential that a most careful
choice should be made, preferring





PARIS, Dec. 13.
_ South Africa Thursday ordered
its head U.N. delegate home for



being undertaken in Jamaica,
On his way back to Barbados,





















dropped a 60 cent coin. This coin |
he picked up but when he had

passed Beckles he received a blow!



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that there should be a certain P Mr. Woodhouse stopped at Trini- ° ‘ : : |
delay rather than that hasty consultations over the question dad where he had diactssions om the left side of te head and | & CO LTD AY WEATHERHBAD'S LID All Goods made of the finest materials and
appointments be decided on. ‘To « _ trusteeship Fe. for south-west with the Governor Sir Hubert| ihe iis Ges he’ Tiina sibel? Wee e a5 oO LIV. |
ensure that there should be no json ip — ee vc spa Min- Rance, and other government jn" the Hospital. Before he got! PNGKONN GN GA DROKGS every complete item is examined and tested
lapse in the Committee's activi- jeaye for Capetown within a to officials regarding certain regional the blow he looked around and | “aM NPA GAN DNDN
ties. arrangements are being put days is away, his deeanti a vi building projects including the oo Beckles with a stone in his| by experts before it leaves the factory.
in hand for Mr. Raymond Norris not attend Generale” Aoawakty ee Eastern Caribbean Farm jana, an ’
of the Development and Welfare sessions, nsutute, Before imposing the fine Mr. ! 7
Organisation to be seconded to However South Africa will Walwyn told Beckles that he ae 7 Pee re 9 FF a
the Committee until the next continue to be represented on all ‘ h a’ pleaded guilty to a serious charge. % Bow A BB us ) |
conference. U.N. Committees except the nk He was lucky that he did not &
The Committee sent a message Trusteeship Committee. Tallulah Ba ead s kill the man with the stone. | a IT’S HERE AGAIN !! ) ; bin. LOGAL
to His Majesty the King, reaffirm- South Africa has boycotted the id Ch a Stak, ot om taing @ serio view. of & = HARRISON
ing their loyalty to the Throne, Trusteeship Committee for three Maid arge it this and the wound was describ- nn” a DISTRIBUTORS
congratulating His Majesty on his weeks claiming that the ques- d ed asa serious one,” Mr. Walwyn a a BROAD STREET
rec y and hoping to see him tion of South-west Africa's Lare ‘old Beckles.
in aR Whee Indies next vear ye a is not under U.N. juris- Gran eny | = URINA ILK OW 5 { —_=—= s/s ———
The Committee’s deliberations @iction. RK. Dec. 13 ' og : :
were concluded with a vote, of ,, Members of the 60-member Defence pean for Tallulah Remanded = a | OOOO OSTA SV ODVIIT OOOO TE
thanks to the Chairman. , een oe ard ee been Bankhead’s former maid secre- 5, 1% 3
ala at south- ' Masihalte | asian al r bee
replaced under U.N. trusteeship, Cary bette ie tsotae_ as Gt dereson, Oy Micheal (wan yes- jg H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd—Distributors me |x ” y
4 Ss i, ‘ : ‘aiaa - ‘,
| Put On Bond Ss. tag canendet the Srn‘aeniea mii for mse ry remanded mt Bac | al i €8e f :
i i ots ae tress fire e de ' 3 > aa t
Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police i a hee ee ear Evyleer Cronin 59, after charges of wounding Lemuel ae ene ee ce ol ee Saegtaas & J §
Magistrate of District “A” yes- South Africans walked out of she allegedly raised sums on Miss Maynard with a knife and ad BSaea_enoaa x .
terday placed Allan Turton of the Committee when the body Bankhead’s cheques amounting ceny of a quantity of yams the) —~— ~ - ne ———_——-————- &
Martindale's Road, St. Michael decidéd to invite several south. to thousands of dollars. property of H. A. Farmer on De-| lool a % y
on a bond for six months in the west African tribal chiefs to The 48 year old actress charges cembér 12, at %
sum of £10 for stealing a wrist Paris to present their views on that the defence effort to link her Get %2.. King Whats prosecut- . i tote berth
watch valued at £4.3.4 the the subject. "private life with “booze, cocaine itor the Police. opposed bail | if mere Week
property of Lester Watson. The territory of 317,725 square and sex” was part of a blackmail 8 or ON GO) Corbin hus a r 1% ( 36
The offence was committed on miles, has a population of 360,000 plot to keep the case from going $e e a ‘ t ' RED ROSE TEA —1/4 lbs. 40 a
October 26. mostly native.—(P) "to trial.—(C.P.) A anata thy a % RED ROSE TEA—'z lbs. 4 41
| % CONDENSED MILK—per_ tin bi : 31
im IMPERIAL VIENNA SAUSAGES-—per tin is =
Tea? or * t | % ENGLISH POTATOES—per 10 Ibs a 8
Vrat< rima’s | 1% FLOUR—per 6 Ibs. 51 oS .3
; ° “ ’ | CORN MEAL—per 6 lbs 72 35 .
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or that S cial Occasion then youll buy a I$ KRAFT CHEESES Ib, pro, ie §
| % BIDDY'S ASPARAGUS SOUP—per tin a
? i » LETONA GREEN PEA SOUP—per tin 33e Q
; ry arts! * FRENCH CASTILLON WHITE MUSHROOMS—per tin 54c. — &
é s FRENCH CLAS VERDET ASPARAGUS—per lg tin $1.56
* B.G. CASSAREEP—per bottle Bac.
WHITE COTTON TABLE DAMASK ; i APRICOT PIE FILLING—per tin 400.
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' $2.04 & $2.16 . » \8 STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. g
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: COLOURED BORDER DAMASK CLOTHS MAN'S pens are sold in a $ -uden, Ss %
; comrie.e range of styles and ‘
‘ individual writing points . X

4 52 x 52 each .......... 0) ane ¢ .

: in Gold, Blue, Green—52 x 52 each ... $3.02 SAE caner booms esd 3 GIFT SETS >

‘ FANCY TABLE CLOTHS 54 x 72 each .... $4.11 every purse, Each pen with % ‘

‘ , a l4-carat gold point! ° th der & :
} RS a Es Sik le 2 a0 65-6 6 eb albe 9088 $1.77 : Dusting Powde
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between 8.30 and 4 p.m., 8113 for Death
Notices mniy afte 4 5.7 |





14,000 miles, Battery, one week old tyres
good. Owner would sell or exchange for



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR Pord Prefect 1960 Model, done





_——

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUBLIC SALES PUMLIC NOTICES FOK RENT







REAL HSTATH NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH Tt consists of

vergndah, drawing and dini

r three



rooms,



























17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, This serves to inform the Taxpayers


















































DIED arger Car. Phone Farmer 8408 21 7 s na the General Pubic
1 peep fo ee Oey SE Donte, Wht, Ot ate PATRON BMcCARTY of “The| MALT. — Cattlewash. For January,
RDEY: On December 13, 1951 at her| “ZyE™ 46 shates — Knights ‘Limited, Haven”, Church Village, St. Joseph, has | F ra poe. ae: eS oe
daughter's residence Brereton's Vil- AR—Vauxhall Velox (P.55) 10,000) 289 shares — B'dos Fire Insurance Co,| beer appointed Assessor, to take effect) he cye J am tie
lage, St. Philip, Caroline Edey. Her] ™iles as good as new. Offers received.| 566 shares — B’dos Shipp'‘ng & Trad-|from the ist January, 195@ z etn
funeral will leave the above residence | J. Bethel, Hopewell,, St. Thomas. Dialling Co. Limited (cum New Issue A. T. KING,
at Par ure 74 shares — BY : 14.1 —
Louise Forde (Daughter), Clifford,| CARS: One (1) 1939 Chrysler Royal,| 210 oa wi a Refine? Lie
Aubrey, Alexander, Charles,| One (1) 1039 Nash fixed head soupe, | ited. " NOTICE
James (Sons), Nellie and Hilda] Phone £380 13.12. 51—34 210 shares — W.I. Biscuit Co., Limited. t
(Grand children), Cyril Forde For further particulars and conditions PARISH OF St. JOSEPH | \) 3 Burner Florence Oil Stove
(Son-in-law ELECTRICAL of sale, apply to: All Taxes owing to this parish, and (1) Pheonix Vacuum Cleaner
Slwa. oni. o : oe ee COTTLE CATFORD & CO. not paid by the 27th nents 1951, will @ on — pene? nes
yIs: n 12th December 1931, at her a 9.12.51—5n, | be collected according to law phone ickup. in
residence Alexandrian Court, Whit-+ aa ete Apply or east A. T. KING, vondition. Dial 3503
Park, Annette Laura Her funeral | ings Fr 14.12.51 Parochial Treasurer, St. Joseph. ; 12.12.51—2n,
took place from the residence of her eee rs AUCTION 14.12.51—3n 1
daughter Mrs. Marie Bayley, St RADIO: One PHILCO 9 tube modei
Michael's Lodge, St. Michael's Row,| condition as new No reasonable offer By instructions received. I will offer for
at bs P i. 2 reer a Na refused. The Standard Agency (B'dos.) | Sale at McEnearney & Co, Garage on Fri-
a, BETA wrerca” wacmnes’ | O° 4 Swan Street. Dial Seep dan, 1th at 2 Dra. (1) One 1960 Morrie GOVERNMENT NOTICES
14.12.51 gnpes 12.12,51—2n) Oxford Sedan Car, in perfect working


















IN MEMORIAM







$5 in goods and with your cash bill

you get a guess-coupoh: how many
screws in a jar? You can win an
EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop

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



in perfect condition
splicer; extra 4 inch lens and religious





PUPPIES—Just in time for Xmas Gift
S male Cocker Pups pure bred, fat and
lively. Phone 95247

A Bell & Howell, 16mm sound Projector
Also a winder; a







11,12.51—Tn



‘| James Street



order only reason for selling, Owner leav-
ing the island Terms Cash on the fall
of the Hammer R. Archer McKenzie,
Auctioneer 11.12.51—4n

Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1951, No, 37 which will be published in the Official







tins 19¢, per 3} 02, tin

on Friday 2ist December
at 1 o’clock, the following :— Several
16 ft lengths of large sized railway iron,
everal lengths of medium sized rail-
way iron, a collection of scrap lead,
several 2 gallon jars, @ collection of old
telephone boxes, a lot of cable drurris, a





18th December, 1951. 14.12.51—1n





Tenders for the supply of Ground Provisions

DUNCAN: In loving memo: of our| films, Can be seen at St Georg's -
dear Mother, departed on Decem. | Rectory 14.12 5183p |” LORRY—1940 Ford Lorry. We are in-| Gazette of Thursday, 13th December. 1951.
“< i. i hi a] WASHING MACHINE AND RINGER tees by in Insurance Agents to sell 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
‘our years s 7 y t— | by tion ti chi 9 af 1 . ?
mur years since you have passed] ,C/Maon| machine for washing babies’ | caneged iA ap ‘coclgent, Hele at ‘Me. |Drices of “Sardines in Oil (e) Other Brands” are. as follawsirer
But to us ‘twas only yesterday—| clothing and other light garments A] Bnearney’s Garage on Friday 14th Dec
God took you home i was His will, | bargain, ‘Darey A: ScettCentral Auction} at 2 p.m. 2 WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE
ut in our hearts you linger still. Mart, Magazine ne. —sn. JOHN M. BLADON * '
Thelma, Laura and Waldo ee ARTICLE (not more than) (net more than)
: 1¢ 12.51—1n FURNITURE “i ee ———
“FURNITUMECT cline rasheen m UNDER THE DIAMOND [Sardines in Oil: aoe
a pieee iny suite.
ANNOUNCEMENTS | none 8380 13.12.51—3n. HAMMER (e) Other Brands .. | $17.20 per case oO! x
; 1 have been instructed by the Tele- 34 ozs. or $2.16 per 12
LIVESTOCK phone Company to sell at their yard

_

News from the MAYFAIR GiFT SHOP
There will be Lucky Dips tram Monday
lth, 10 a.m.—12 noon and 4—6.30 p.m
Pather Xmas will welcome them himself
on 18th—2ist from 4.30—6 p.m,

14.12, 51-3"

GOVERNMENT NOTICE























£36.
mngte> speedometcr, saddie bag etc.

writer (267) Carriage, in good condition.



MECHANICAL

TWO BICYCLES-—Ladies Raleigh Sports
Gents Raleigh Sports, fitted 4 speed,

Phone 2882,

TYPEWRITER—One

14.12, 5le-2n

(1) Royal Type-







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collection of galvanize and other wire,

a large collection of scrap metal, several

blow torches, one old water pump, and

other items.

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer.
13,12.51—5n

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the
three months beginning on the Ist January, 1952, to the following
Government Departments: — -

Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000 lbs. 2

month as governed by the number of prisoners, to
be delivered twice weekly at the prison in propor-


























































Apply: amship Dept, ON TUESDAY 18 tionate amounts,
Ps h by order of M
OFFERS ‘are Invited for the rat meso, SON & E>. ro. G. DOmelias we will gett hay Pushituee Mental Hospital: Sweet potatoes — approximately 5,000 Ibs, a
purchase ot Cane to be reapea —— | * o bawvaies Oke which inatudes * week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice
Gane 1992 rnp 121 A ® ot MISCELLANEUUS Mice {pening Table (seat 6), Upright and weekly in proportionate amounts.
ernment an at ine orris hairs, wocker, Soffee and Y ailable
z Ornament Tables, Tea Trolley; Berbice ams~-as avaliable.
er nom St. Michael. It is esti- - Chair, Vitrolite Top Table; all in Eddoes~—ag available.
mated thatthe yield from this] AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A , Mahogany: Glass Ware, Tea Service, ‘
acreage should be in the vicinity lovely assortment of American Christmas | Pictures, Rush Chairs, Rockersand Tables Lazaretto: Sweet potatoes—approximately 400 Ibs, a week, de-
ef 4200 tons of cane, Gee, iF lt itera, cores | painted, Creams and Rea. Consol: livered twice weaieky as ordered.
“ : 9 Slearing a’ 5 . € : 2
Tenders should be submitted to] ix09 per box. You could call at our | Vono’ Springs Dochusse Brea wae Yams—as available
the Director of Agriculture, P.O.] office and see them immediately. Apply: oil in Mahogany; very good Deep Sleep Eddoes—as available
ox 505, not later than 29th of } The Standard ne (B'dos) Co. 14 Swan | Mattress; Hair Bed, Mird. Press Dressing *
ecember, 1951, and should state) ee: 1 . 13.12.91—% |Table, Single Bedstead and Spring in Breadfruit—as available.
: hineel Mahog. ., , arid eve at w.
ferme and conditions of price, de-| “BuTtem— Table Butter lb. Cooking | mons Boting aoe ey ‘ae ae 2. ‘Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each
very, etc, Butter in 1lb,, Sib. and 251b., alap Kraft |9-Burner Oil Stove, Kitehen Tables ana|0f the abovementioned commodities wil] be delivered at the institu-
12.12.51--8n a a! re arcct’ » Ford, Pientte soasea giesseiag ro hese tion concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of
ARBADOS TURF ( UB 18.12.51—2n.] The Furniture is in perfect condition. | January, 1952, to the 31st March, 1952.
"GAR TYRES In the follow ; Sale 11.90 o'clock. Terms cash. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed
b I 18 - 15, 650 x16, 600 x 16, EOD x 16, BRANKER, | TROTMAN & CO, to - Colonial ye sesnonl Saad not i on officer by iaosst so as to
525 x 16, 500 x 16, 550 x 17, 400 x 18, and poHengers, : :
NOTICE 0 "x 19, leo ‘in. stock ‘Suck. tore, 14. 12.512. |reach the Colonial Seeretary’s Office not tater than (4 p.m. on Thurs-
Enquire Auto Tyre Go,, Trafalgar & Spry ay, 20th December, 1951). The envelope should be clearly marked—
Streets, Phde 2096 tizetttn | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | 92%) 20h Dee vedas Mee ee Seren ee reer eee












THE HOLDERS of the 2/-
Sweepstake tickets A 0015 and
U 9636, which drew the Consoja-
tion horses “MRS, BEAR” and
“STREET ARAB” respectively for
the Club’s recent Autumn Meet-
ing, are hereby informed that
these horses are at present expect-
ed to arrive on the 14th instant.

Will these persons kindly call at
our office, Synagogue Lane.

F : . A. LEWIS,
Secretary.
12.12.51—3n

- ~-senest ew
ore Mouth

Loose ly Teeth
eh mean tha

Bleeding Sore louth and Loose
Teeth mea at yo me e Byorrhea,
‘Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease
that will sooner or later cause your teeth
to fal] out and may
and Heart Trouble, Amosan stops gum
bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth
and quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
guarantee. Amosan must make your
mouth well and save your teeth or
w y back on return of empty pack-
age. Get Amosan from your chemist

today. The guar-
Amosan

cuLeseecoteer®
for Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

























you

On

children’s
cuts, scratches
and abrasions

use

‘DETTOL’

THE MODERN ANTISEPTIC

Safe .. . Non-poisonous
Doesn't Pain... Doesn't Stain





BAL AYALA AAS
(CAristnas

More Work, but
LESS WORRY when she has

. GAS FOR COOKING.

y



A. M. WEBB

STOCKBROKER.
Barbados Investments.
Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street,
Bridgetown,
(over Phoenix Pharmacy)

Dial 4796. — Hours 9-3.
1.12.51.

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

WE are having record ,
Christmas sales which proves
that we have the GOODS,

£2,000 more in Xmas
Goods opening this weék.

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE





jtreet.

—

DRESS MATERIALS—May we suggest
She'll simply
lovely new assortment of Dress Materials,

adore a chcice from our

ersey Lingerie at Kirpalani, 52 Swan

14.12. 51-1n



ENGAGEMENT DIARIES with attrac-j

ive local vy s for each month suitable

for a X is Gift; especially Overstas

friends, 2/- each, Knight's
13.12.51—3n



Talypso “Kiteh",

found Boxes
store,

T

srice $36.31 each.

\4 Swan Street.



GRAMOPHONE RECORDS: Latest

Victory Test Match,
etc, Gramophones and
Phone 4579, New Market
Cheapside 14, 12.61—2n

Pirates of Paria"

HAMS—Smoked Hams from 4 Ibs, to

{4 ibs., also Tinned Hams 2% Ibs., Bacon

liced or whole slab, Dial W, M. Ford
189, 385 Roebuck Street. 13.12.51—2n,

MATTRESS SPRING UNITS: Ready
acked in calicoe only in 6 ft, 3 ing x 3 ft.
ust ready for padding and covering,
See them at our show-
The Standard Agency (B'dos) Co,
Dial 3620.

13.12.51—-2n

oom,

O.K, COFFEE—This is definitely the
est package of Coffee you can buy
nd a fresh supply is now at your grocer,

14.12.51-—2n.



“OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES:
They make good Xmas presents, Choose
‘from

large assortment at IMPERIAL

OPTICAL CO,, Lower Broad St.



town,

30.11.51—5n
—<—<—<$< —— $ —___$___—_—_
PRAMS—For the smartest prams in
eall in at Ralph Beard'’s this
vonderful pram can be used for a Carry-
rot,







PERFUMES--Evening In Paris Perfumes
1 exclusive novelties Eifel Tower $1.02
‘och, Shoes $1.10 each a dainty Gift for
“mas. Obtainable at Knight's.
13,12.51—3n

a
S.P.C.A. BANDS OF MERCY BADGES
vere sold out at the Exhibition but may
>» bought at Johnson’s Stationery and
he Advocate Store; price 6 cents each.
12.12 51—3n

SOAPS—Bronnleys Toilet and Bath
joaps assorted scents boxes of 3 and 6
akes, A Welcome Gift for Xmas. 8/-
d 7/6 Per Box at Knight's,
18, 12.51—8n
a
SAMPLE TOY DOLLS—Two lovely
mple models, rather uncommon, Really
vorth having. On display at our show-
ooms $15.00 each. The Standard Agency
B'dos Co. 14 Swan Street, Dial 3620,
13.12.51—2n
anne
SAMPLE RANGE OF PLASTIC HAND-
3AGS8-—-A beautiful assortment being sold
mat at sample prices. All colours and

tyles. On display at our Showrooms.
Che Standard Agency (B'dos) Co, 14
3wan Street. Dial 3620.

19,12.51-—-2n



WRETABIX—Fresh supply of this extra

jelicious and nourishing cereal is now

Sa SSS










eld by your grocer. 14.12. 51—2n

Brighten Up

We have a wide range of

PAINTS-ENAMELS -VARNISHES
1. HERBERT Ltd.

10 & 11 ROEBUCK STREET.

Established
1860



TO ALL SHIPPERS :

BARBADOS

Effective January ist, 1952, a temporary surcharge of 15%
will be made on the gross freight on all shipments from Eastern
Canadian ports to Bridgetown, Barbados, which will be modified

or cancelled as improved cond

It is the aim of the undersigned Lines to provide the best

possible service at low freight
have been mounting steadily
cargo operating expenses, etc.

tion.

ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC.
CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS
SAGUENAY TERMINALS LIMITED

most useful in Cars and for late
iahta. 13,12. 51—2n.

, regret have no alternative but
to establish a surcharge which we hope will be of short dura-

































“Tenders for ground provisions”.

4. Further information is obtainable from the Prison, the Men-
tal Hospital and the Lazaretto.

5. The Government does not bind itself to aceept the lowest or
any tender. ‘ 13.12,51--2n

The application of Mildred Worrell,
Shopkeeper of Worthing View, Christ
Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c., at a board and shingle
shop at Golf Course Road, Worthing
. View, Christ Church, within Dist. “A”.
Dated this 12th day of December, 1951
To E, A. McLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed L. CADOGAN,
Applicant.

N.B.--This application will bu econ
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District "A" on Monday,



the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11
o'clock, a.m.
©, A. MeLBoD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
14,12,51-—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Tesbert Best, Shop-
keeper of Waterford) Tenantry, St
Michael, for permission to sell Spirits,
Mait Liquors, &c., at a board and shingle
shop attached to residence at Bay Land,
"St. Michael

Dated this 13th day of December,
To E. A. McLEOD, Ssq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed TESBERT BEST,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A” on Monday,
the 24th day of December, 3951, at 11
o'clock, a.m.

1951

E, A. McLBOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A.”
14,12 51—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Golbourne Harrison,
Shopkvceper of Sandy Ground, ‘nrist
Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c,, at a board and shingle
shop with shedroof attached at Bath
Village, Christ Church, within Dist. "\A.”
Dated this 12th day of December, 1951.
To E. A. McLEOD, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist
L













Y F Wine sus....

VP THREE STARK « k & WINES

ALE





“A.”
CADOGAN,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District "A" on Monday,
the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11
o'clock, a.m,



FOR §

HAGGATTS
GROUP |





EF. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
14.12 51—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ernest Lancelot
Ashby of Penny Hole, St. Philip, for
p-rmission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e,, at a board and shingle shop with
shed at Penny Hole, St. Philip i

Dated this 12th day of December, 1951
To A. W. HARPER, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘'C."

Signed ERNEST L. ASHBY,

Applicant.
will be con-







N.B.—This application

sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
j at Police Court, District “C” on Monday
the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11 e@



o'clock, a.m.





A, W. HARPER, _
Ag. Police Magistvate, Dist bie
14.12.51--1n



Offers will be considered for the
above group, gonsisti
following estates :-—

urchase of the
ng of Haggatts Factory and the






















For Xmas “Keres Ares
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx... 305 713
Greenland & Overhill approx... 324 644
Bawden & River approx. ....... 266 521
Friendship approx. ...,......... "115 211






Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised
and is equip) to produce faney molasses as as
D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, the factory uced
4,352 tons of sugar. The bags required for the 1952 crop
have been secured,

The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following International Har-
vester tractors :—

MONTREAL,
December 5th, 1951.

1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.
1—WD9, 1—Farmall H.
2—Subsoiler

Also 1—Caterpillar
ploughs, E

1—dise plough, 1—brushbreaker plough.

8 Dodge Trucks, 1 Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for
Tractors.

Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules.

D2 tractor,

itions may warrant.

rates but as our operating costs
at Barbados due to increased

|

Further details and onditions of sale may be
Yours very truly, obtained from,

S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.,
Broad Street, Bridgetown.

11.12.51.

So

= vcore
SP, EL)\10O——Mazwell Road from the ude
s!

MGDERN BUNGALOW -- Situated at The Parochial Treasurer's Office wijl ,
Garrison. Al! modern conventencés in-| be closed for business on Thursday, 13th | OM@oom=, breakfast room, kitchen. wie
cluding, natural gas, four or convertible | and Friday 14th December, 1951 Sesiat a cone eee a
three bedrooms with built-in presses and WOOD GODDARD, ee ae, eee
cupboards. A bargain, contact W. Wells | Parochial Treasurer “ cetiiiunuesiicamer anes
at T. Geddes Grant Ltd., Phone 2361 or $n MY TLLE—Ag ardens.
home 4025 9,12. 51- | ————— — Ren ge ¢ setae
_ ert eilaetpiparadnden Cogincemibendiibena j ished, {rom erm! 15th to January

The undersigned will offer for salt 15th foy une THEaih Olly. | ebone Massbell
by public competition at their office No. PARISH OF ST. JOSEPH diltyberween § ind Fame 2 tod







































HELP

LAN EXs HOTEL OR CLUB
MENT- years ekpericnce in
USA., Canada and West Indies
Reference: C. H. Olssen C/o Sea View
Guest House, Hastings 14.12.51—I1n

COOK Also to do

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right pony, need not be young but must| SAILING FROM EUROPE



L. Southey, H. Wellford, K. Wellford,

©. Haynes, M. Price. Cargo and Passengers for Domin-

5 | B.W.I. SCHOONER OW
ar’ r Log ee
Tele. 4047.
Sch. Marea Henrietta, Sch Zenith, Sch.
Mary M. Lewis, Sch. Wonderful Coun-
gellor, Sch. Mary E. Caroline, Sch. Zita
Wonita, Sch. Adalina, Sch. Amanad T.,
M.V. G.L.M. Tannis, Sch. Lucille M.
Smith, Sch, Cloudia §., M.V. Blue Star,
Sch. Gardenia W., Sch, United Pilgrim
§., M.V. Cnribbee, M.V T.B. Radar
ARRIVALS
Sch. LAUDALPHA, 60 tons net, Capt.
Gumbs, from St, Lucia
Sch, PHILIP H, DAVIDSON, tons
net, Capt. Sealy, from British Guiana
Sch. LINDSYD II., 36 tons net, Capt
Barnes, from Martinique
OCEAN RANGER, 4,380 tons n¢t,
Mataranas. from Trinidad
DEPARTURES

NEW YORK

A STEAMER Sails

14th



ae D

Capt. Noe, for Dominica.
M.V. CARIBBEE, 100 tons net, Capt
Gumbs, for Dominica.
222 tons net, Capt.

A STEAMER Sails

tn ee ee ee

that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station:—
8.8. rpedon, Francisco R. Hart,
Goodgulf Esso Baytown, Versthay, Alco
Pointer, dra, Lancing, Mormactide,
Athelerest, Dewdale, Hesione, Cape Cum-
berland, Ocean Ranger, Linaria, Paraguay,
Tyson Lykes, Andes, Ocean Monach,

faa.
( )

THE SALVATION ARMY

ROBERT THOM



SSS ES.




|
|

CHRISTMAS CHEER
Send your Donation now to P.O.
Bridgetown.

GIVE HEALTH TO YOUR
FAMILY THIS CHRISTMAS

Of all the gifts that you could give your family, none
is more precious than good health, The joys of Christ-
mas mean nothing if you are feeling run down and out
of sorts.

Do you know how to ensure a happy, healthy
Christmas for your family ? Start them on a course of
FERROL now. FERROL contains Cod Liver Oil. Iron
and Phosphorus, and has a very high Vitamin A and
D. content.

Take FERROL and stay well this Christmas.

FERROL

The World’s Best TONIC
Agents.




HOUS z rr =. or Flat
in the way Beckles Rd.
Brittons 4 to Advocate
Advtg. Dept. in aise a
Re ie Seah Vide wha well ROYAL NETAERLANDS
fis ‘BW? usted "A sad tose for tho STEAMSHIP ©

FRENCH LINE

be pleasant. Phone Lee, 95247. M.S. Poseidon 20th Dec,, 1951. °
M.S. Bonaire 28th Dec, 1951
pre cnc «AMS. Helena sth Jan. 1662, Cie Gle Transatlantique
WANTED TO PURCHASE Boy's Bicycle Fo SEEMOUTE A ste
suitable for boy aged 10 years old. Se eeciiatad: tet Sens,’ 1088 Sailings to Southampton
Bere 2. uct *| SAILING TO PARAMARIBO AND and France '
PL Poseiaes tad. J 952 Martinique ae Guadeloupe
fl ‘ 8. ion. an., 1952. ue f
SEA W ELI ‘ SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMA- re ;
mee eaten its See st aes
.S. Cottica bs * ary
ARR Ae A. M.S. Bonaire 15th Jan., 1952 “ MBIE,”
x" SAILING TO sTRINIDAD & CURACAO COLOMBIE,” 2nd. March,
Prom iiseee Sg J. clough,| MS: Haarlem, 24mm, Dec, 1961. cotniind 9: -
. . Gregg, J. 8. Helena an., 1952 ei, LO. 3th pril,
W. Ferguson, L. Jordan, S. Jordan, L.| § BP, MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD. 1952 z,
Jordan, L. Jordan, W. Woodhouse, Agents. 7 cae
Fe ee seen ucilie, C. | (°ePZTISSSSSSISSOOSSGOSOY a.
L, Mestier, B. Young, S. Ducille, C.| ¢* South-Bound and Cruise.
White, A. White, A. White, P. Southey, The M.V. CARIBBEE will accept Calling at: Trinidad, La

iea, Antigua, Montserrat, Nevis i
DEPARTURES by B.W.I1.A. and St. Kitts Sailing Thursday gena, Jamaica.
For Trinigad— is Gh 20th inst ‘ F ee 9th January,
Beatrice Speir, Janet Rose, Judith ‘ :
ker, Marjorie Baker, Jane Baker, Helen Whe MV. CLM. FARNI wilt “COLOMBIE,” 20th Feby.
Acker, Elizabeth Preece, Vicki Taurel,| x accept, Cargo and, Passengers “or 1952.
Anne Novell, Jean Taylor, Ann_ Carr, . i P " “ ”
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PAGE EIGHT

Barbados Goes To Polls
Quietly And Orderly

@ From Page 1
an early morning vote. Though
many voted during the first. two
hours after the opening of the
polls, still there was never any
delay.

Fron about 9 to 11.30 a.m. vot-
ing at most of these polls was at
a minimum but from 11.30 a.m.
to about 1 p.m. when workers
returned home for lunch. they
took this opportunity to cast their
to me.”

An interesting feature about
the women especially the house-
wives was that they made the
voting appear as though it were
a formal affair which they had
long sincé decided how to handle
and it was then only a question
of making themselves neat when
they got a spare 10 minutes dur-
ing the day and going to mark

their “X”. ,
Some went to the polls in
couples. Husbands who were

strong supporters of a particular
party, were determined to leave

no stone unturned and carried
along their wives to cast their
votes.,

Although everything was order-
ly about these districts there was
still a restlessness among the
men, They gathered in groups at
some corners and short distances
from the stations discussing the
chances of the various members.
They seemed to like being in
sight of the placard marked “Poll-
ing Station” and the duty police.
This made them feel they were
as miich. in the thick of things
as they could possibly be.

Easy Time

The « Rewrning Officers hac
quite an easy ume of it. The,
raecely Sal aiscussing matter-o1 -
iact vopres with eacn other and
\,ere never really pushed with at-
lenaing to the voters.

‘dhe ione police to be found out-
sige most stations, appeared to be
having an uninteresung time.

Une told a_ reporter. “You
know it woula almost seem that
they could well do without us
here. ‘here is neither fuss nor
excitement and we are standing
in this hot sun.”

“Steel bandas, loud speakers and
rum drinkiuig would nave addea
excitement, but it is just as well
for we would have had more
work.”

Policemen had to tell voters
could not
loiter around the station, but had
to move on.

The day passed so quietly that
one housewife was heard to re
mark to another, “Is not to-day
like Sunday to you? It feels so
votes.

The at dt

polling stations

ose Girls’ School, the Gat-Byeay

r
py and Bethel were not marked
b

» in

. from _old ladies in head ti

with
about

voters at the rate of
one every two minutes.
Small groups assembled in the
vicinity of the Dispensary and
Almshouse commenting in low
tone on the candidates they felt
would be successful. Things are
really lively in this district. One
man was the main attraction as
the cars entered the premises of
the polling booth. At one time he
shouted to the driver of a car
who had brought in a group of
voters “Look Lonie kill de nurse
dog” Stop, stop” heithen ran to
the car and made a few remarks,
Shouts like “You know the right
te@ple” and “you know what
.o do” could be heard as cars
entered.

Mr. Victor Vaughn arrived on
the scene wearing a beret as the

crowd cheered him, He looked
very tired and his voice was
sl'~htly hoarse. Mr, Allder

arrived shortly after and he too
received a hearty cheer.

Women Outnumber men

The line here was the biggest
seen so far, for it went up to 25,
but the women out-numbered the
men by about three to\one. At
one time, the whole line with the
exception of two, were all
women, The dresses worn by the
women were very attractive as
the sunlight struck against the
colours. The voters kept very
quiet as they queued.

No Loiterers

At St. Peter, one cbuld hardly

observe that elections were on.

During the first two hours, the
voters were strolling into the
polling stations one by one, As
the day got older more people

came to vote.

Few people loitered around the
street. They went to the stations,
made their mark and went back
to their homes, Drivers of motor
vehicles did not have the head-
ache of turning in and out among
hundreds of people as they had
to do on former elections in the
parish, They drove freely.

The women of St. Peter went
to the polls in good numbers,

St. Joseph
At the polling station nearest
the St. Bernard’s Boys’ every-

thing was quiet. Even the school
children were silent as they left
the school at lunch time. A
shower of rain came in the midst
of brilliant sunshine and voters
on their way to the station shel-
tered under banana trees. The
teachers during the lunch period
looked on as the voters attended
the polls. They came in couples,
to
glamour girls in their beautiful
dresses,
Polling did
Waterworks
arryin,

nat prevent the
Department. from
out a search for a leak
arks Roa The highest
number in the queuing here was

much activity as everyon€sten. Cars arrived at intervals of
realised that the Police had not lef\apout five minutes.

a stone unturned in getting every
done as orderly and quickly,
as _possible. :
‘oters went about their business
in a quiet way. Some asked a few
questions regarding the marking
of their ballot paper. At the Gar-
rison a few roe we 2.
parently had the day off — dis-
cussed The chances of the Parties
and candidates but just as the
discussions were getting heated
the policeman on duty dispersed

the group.
The polling stations in the Car-
rington’s Village district were

t. In the early morning there
was a fairly steady stream of
voters to the stations, but these
were not in sufficient mumbers
to cause any rush. At this period
hafdly more than two or three
voters were seen at oe stan re
one time. Approa mid-day
there was a slackening off of the
attendance at the stations and in
some cases the afficers seemingly
had nothing to do,

Only two or three groups of
people were seen about gnd these
were l yards away from
the polling stations. The talk
was about the Election of course,
but there was not a voice raised

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U.S. Team
Victorious In
Tennis Finals

MELBOURNE, Australia,

. Dee. 13
Ted Sehroeder, 30 and Trabevt
21 of the United States defeated
Sweden's Lennart Berglin gen-
evally rated as Europe’s best ten-
nis player and Sven Davidson in
straight sets in the Dayis Cup in-
ter zone finals.

In the most disappointing ten-
nis show staged here this season
Schroeder at the peak of his game
routed Berglin six-two, six-two-
six—four. *

In a tighter match Trabert,
National United States céllegiate
and clay court title holder de-
feated Davidson six—three, six—
four, none—seven,

Schroeder and Trabert team up



to-morrow in a doubles match
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and Americans are heavily’ fa-

voured to win.

A United States victory Friday
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one candidate or another, It was challenge round against Austra-



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Trinidad Boxers
To Visit Barbados |

Next Year

A Trinidad boxing team will
visit the island next year to take
part in a boxing competition
against a team from the Barba-
dos Boys’ Clubs, Already mem-

bers of the Boys’ Clubs are
preparing for this visit.
Mr Preston Craig, boxing

instructor at the Barbados Boys’
Clubs, told the Advocate that
boxing has been one of the most
opular sports at the Boys’ Clubs
‘or the past six months, “During
the Christmas season we will
take a rest,” he said,

Mr. Craig, who has just re-
turned from Trinidad, said that
he is extremely satisfied with the
progress made by the boxing
members of the local Boys’
Clubs. He said that they have
all taken a keen interest from

the time he first started giving
them lessons.

Boxing rings have been set up
at many of the.clubs and boxing
has reached a very high standard,
An inter-club boxing contest was
held between two of the leading
clubs, District “A” and the Bay
Street Boys’ Club. F. Straker of
Bay Street and R, Carrington of
District “A” were the champions.

Mr. Craig said; “To foster

better relationship between the|s

clubs throughout the island, we
are trying to introduce boxing in
the programme of all Clubs, New
equipment has been purchased
and soon each Club will be able
to send a representative to the
Barbados Boys’ Clubs Boxing
Competition,”



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Appeal—10.00 &.m.

Police Courts—10.00 a.m.

Annual Prize Day of St. Giles’
School—2 p.m.

Annual Missionary Meeting at
the Empire Theatre when
the Police Band will at-
tend—4.45 p.m.

Mobile Cinema show at Work-



obvious t everyone had made jja beginning December 26.—U.P. man’s School Pasture, St.
bh? his mind as to whom he George—7.30 p.m.
Id support. Olympia Club gives es
Some Women Not Interested ,,_. Performance at Wakefield,
Several of the men were com- ar icket ‘Trial Match British Council, White
plaining, however, that many of Park at 8.00 p.m.
the women in the area did rrot The following players have eiiiltand 650 dan
ar to be sufficiently inter- been selected for the first Trial Sun eet 6.37 pan.
‘ced in the Eleetion. There was Match in preparation for the arkons, Hill, Decticber-i8
much concern about this, for they Jamaican tour next month, The baring! aaa

reasoned that it was the women {i:ture will be played on the Bay
of the island on whom the out- Grounds on Sunday

come of the Election, to a great conclude on the 28rd.

extent, depended.
Along the main
bye-roads

streets and

were closed presenting a “Sun-
a appearance in some cases,

he customery approach to an
elector by canvasser or candidate

ng for a vote was entirely
absent, and the people
the polling stations did
orderly, and without interference.

The ice had no trouble.
Busiest Station
The polling station nearest to

St. John's Almshouse was about
the busiest scen in the country

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Low Tide: 9.04 agn., 10.23 p.m.









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King, N, S. Lucas, C, E. Smith WEATHER REPO
and C, B, Williams, From Codrington

K, E. Waleott (Capt); E. At- Rainfall: .06 in.

kinson, H. Barker, A. Blackman
K. Branker, G. N. Grant, C. C
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Highest Temperature: 85.5 °F
Lowest Temperature: 71.5 °F
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MYLER
WASHINGTON, Dec. 13,

The United States is already turning out new weapons

made possible by “very vital” information learned in this].

year’s atomic test blasts at Frenchman's Flat, Nevada. And
»even as these new arms go into the stockpile, U.S. weapon
experts are getting set for more tests this spring in their

Ezzard Charles
OQutpoints Maxim

SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13.
Ezzdrd Charles enhanced his
claim for another tilt at the world
Heavyweight title, which he once
held, when he clearly outpointed
Joey Maxim, the world Light
Neavyweight champion here last
right in a 12-round non-title

j bout.
Charles, who scaled 190 pounds
ompared with Maxim’s 178
jrounds, has now beaten Maxim

hve times,

| In his dressing room after-
| wards, Charles said that he hoped
to have a return world Heavy-
weight title bout with Jersey Joe
Walcott in February or March.
| Maxim said that he expected to
\defend his world Light Heavy-
weight title soon, probably
egainst Harry Matthews of Seattie.

Charles's superiority never
uppeared in doubt against Maxim.
It was during the later stages of
the bout that Charles dominated
matters with lefts to the body.
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Little Ones, Big Ones

He said, that U.S. atomic ex-
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He said, “we have learned a lot
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very vital things that permit of an
immediaie pay-off.”

To Double Production

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ander way will more than double
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raw materials prospects are suffi-
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tion increase of 150%. ut he
said that a strain on the U.S.
economy and the rest of the Re-
armament Programme would be
severe, and he indicated that it
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Secondly, he is sure that atomic
engines for submarines would
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Thirdly, A.E.C. experts report
that industrial firms are studying
possible participating of private
business in atomic power and fuel
production.

Fourthly, he still hopes news-
men can be permitted to see one
of the future tests

But he w ould not commit himself
one way or another.

Dean himself has forecast atomic
warheads for guided missiles,
artillery shells, and torpedoes, a.
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FRIDAY DCrRMBRK 14 IK1 IIARR.\IM>S \I>Y(X,\TF % PACE THREE Antiguaii Get Cotton Bonus %  from Our Own Cwnvmi*." I ST. JOHN'S. Dec Shops in Si John'* have had %  ftae* of brisk businesa since the distribution of a cotton bonus la peasants which started on mi. November last. In eight day* thro* cashiers paid out onehundred and twenty thousand dollar* to two thousand flvc hundred people. Notices hare oeen anl to Uw various districts throughout die island informirui the peasants the days on which they were to coma to th* Market.n* OrBc* U> draw their money. A placard In • the office stated: "Due to slight Jhoraaae in price of lint and improvement in the quality of cotton offered for sale and in spite of increased handling charges the sum payable will be 9 3 cents per lb. Cotton vendors are asked to call at the Markating Office in ihe order and on the day Indicatad. No one who cornea out of turn will receive attention IT PAYS TO CLEAN YOUR COTTOH." l*sy after da v huga crowds gathered in High Street one of the leading city thoroughfare-. R seemed that whole riunilias. mothers, fathers, sons and 'laughters had all come to town to join in the spending of cotton money. The noise and rush was so terrific that it was impossible to enter uV Post Office on the first floor, and lha magistrate on tl<" top floor had some difficulty in hearing cases while the incessant babbie went on In th c Marketing Office next door The public in general derived considerable amusement when pcricdkaily a policeman arrived on the gallery and threw out a number of cigarette tin tops containlag ticketa with numbers entitling the lucky catcher to cue up. The roa r increased, hands were flying in the air. The jostle and scramble was then nt it* highest and now and then there wag a lull in the mob when a woman or two fainted. 'Such unfair diMributian ol flume (juards tall enable the Eastern Counties to mydV osrr Western I mimics an* time the? feel like it." London C*press Service SI. JtUWph UalDlil I fl Pre-election March Labourties Grenada Clerks Call Emergency Meeting GRENADA. December II. The refussl of heads of two lending shipping houses when called on to-day by three ClerkUnioa executives, accompanied by a. Labour Office official to sign a regularly prepared agreement based on recent conclusions of the Clerks Union-employers dispute, has led lo clerks calling an emergency meeting of the executive Tonight to consider this development. It la understood that C.U. Executives having found the greatest difficulty in negotiations with these two managements, particularly selected them to leat the reactions of the concessions of employers. Correspondence revealed by the Grenada Workers' Union shows that M. Francisco Aguirre and lttgional Secretary Oi it on December i cabled from Regional headquarters Cuba, to both the Governor of the Windwards and the Grenada Chamber of Commerce urging action to settle the recent Clerks' Union dispute and expressing confidence In the justice of the case of the mercantile gmployees. Gerikauii) (411 Produce Mart* Goal > ARTHUR J. OL8EN WASHINGTON, IK. 11. There's nothing wrong with #J V Ijfl f)f)Mt*tl&S vigorous *co^diiu.!ed U aX ( / b: -*-** J M-JW* *-*****>* SV**1_--V industry and Government n* not correct. A "PRE-ELECTION" march undr the auspice* ol tht officials said the statement of B.L.P. and the B.VV.U. was staged on Sunday last from . *%!> ** *€ Jo aaph"S nU .-r h( ,,, ,„,„„,. „ _„,,!„„ ,„ ....m^rt „. ,, rnndi"*** %  Tn uUtpr m "* 1 ""* w coat output in the Ruhr are we rT,U £ „fV H r7.wlrri at lS?n hglli '" %  Ru, *" C *' V where Vt nou n understood. What appears well^n Sundav .u£h N?J Cow Wood ,vr nr ddreM l ,noSC ,0 <* lack '"* drive-particularly £E3 %  —— Pltawnt "Ur. Coward is a gentleon Federal Government level_tn Unregistered Passenger NBW VOFUC Dal A wouiii-be Anaancan settlet Israel. ho found Ufa ibn. loo hard, sent hi* wife hrnnt alone Leeausw lii' could DQt .i fiord two return tickets. But the Kinegold family wound up with an unbooked p.iksniger aboard l'> l ni ul la Gi. boy WHS l*.rn to Mi Bsfl Kinegold. 22 during a crossing from HI.I: i Battj "iid i-t.. nnegoU of %  %  %  %  . %  . %  months ago. But Betty a/ho .urived on IWnnsii-> here with her neat bab) .i wonderful country, but It ..s too hard. 1 guess we tecie fcM ofl Anieriway her husband will coma hQIM soon as he earns rtsotnrj tor bk] passage HP. ard delivered J:I impre'Siv ^peech. which made some of brtoa present take him to heart. man, bom m this parish apd H et knows the ^urTerlngs of you people and you should give him your OlBt, SEALS* took Ml ovr %  '"• "', ""nu.d. week's score ot 63 not out lo 11! ", "S** }f m*e"l unUir 1" on Sunday last Seolej who ha.l >"• I-noour Parly, if 1 were 1 i bowling lliures ol 5 lor > and 4 w. •" "ve done tta ood h. lor ven h.d ki> rlh! Iwrul in>•<*. bul I am nol hero lo .pctk lured while ukUu a relurn i-alcli. !>" wl>"< ^ey have done 1 He had lo Irsve the Held lor Ireal""•< <• 'ell u " ""W l> „„.„,. should r,ve done. ihiOHs done."— V.T. There was no play al BlackMr J A llaynes |ulon) o mans on Saturday 1 ist becaus; S. Andrew, proposed that all D,.,, 11.11 leam did not lurn up houses should be insured by GoyThls was Ihe second and last emrnenl and n was lurruKl down • ay's play in Ihe tenth .cries ..I t>y members ol Ih. Labour Parly. matches in Central Division ol Mr. Wood touched subjects on Ihe BC.L. Drax Mall MI playlru! Uucalion. Wages, C Ol, ami against Maple C C. of S. Joseph', other Hems. Wllh Umpires and Mule playeu A little over 100 p e r s o |i a roady for plav Irom 1. SO p.m. attended the meeting and heard vote to bel back Hal proposal by ihe "large number nl spectators Mr Coward. Mr. Wood and other the group of Independents which were anticipating an exciting speakers including J. Arthur. would have postponed any deIH i ihr game in which the '_: !" > on the Schumar. plan for S3 !" Dr.. Hall S7 -sMADINO ROOM" was r.four numth. Maple 14 Rest iierfnrmances up cently opened m Lower Horae The Premier ,ukcd the UK ol lo the end of the Aral day's play HIU on the Olebe Land St were turned in by D. Downline Joseph's for the benefit ol memwho looked with.four. ruS, Jj-J-Uj. Vou,. .„ C, .., &£&iggggSUS — project lo pool the conand took wickets for Caullists And Communists fight ST. ITIENNE. FRANCE, Doc II The police used rifle shots and batons to quell street fights here late last night and early today between Caullists and Communists. Xwrc'vepersons were rushed to hospital, and four reported in a serious condition. The fighting started earlier last night where strong Communist forces brought by party trucks from nearby quarters and villages, broke Into a Gsullist meetBoth sides used stools. The lighting suddenly stopped when a smart police ofllcer ordered the electric currant cut off in the quarter, plunging the battleflrld into darkness.— V.trun. lor Maple and U Tyr.ll who Booh. In the Room at time of •''fTuan^mSm heavv topKored With 18 run. and took the opening were of "Hellgiou,'. '1^'Ji^S^r *"' ... .-.. xnrl Ii.>li nr hn.Mdn tlofiir . %  ". IK wickets for four runs for Di Kail. E. Estwick took four WICK for ix runs for Drax Hall Cook Reported Too Uufh Incoim* OKLAHOMA City, Dec. 12 A 38-year-old cook Wednesday was sentenced to five yearn in a Federal prison because he reported too much income lo tli md secular knowledge. Dates for reading are Thursday between the hours of 7. SO and 9. go p.m It has been learn! last Midi*. The Central Division 19:. I games will be played at the rooir B.CU season ended on Saturday ID the not too distant future The |agt with Roman* C. ('. carryim. building Is that of the former off the championship for the sec• Joseph's Post Office and Is ui|>nd year m succession Burly der the distinguished patronh j Ashlon Blackman was rcaponsi' lha Rev. Rector Leonard t ble In no small Way for this tesm'r Mallalieu (Hactor of St. JoesBsVsuccrss Romans by winning from an innings on Saturday Isst. "fv. Ed • • nlackmar Stanley Fybrace of Vaughn %  ["£*• A Land is at present detained st Use N. Bellma General Hospital, suffering, from injuries to his hands and fice. After a few diys uf rough n after falling from the guardwall fishing-boats al Bsthsheba were him nearly $2,000 In refunds" foi of the new S. Joseph's grave yard able to go out in full force. Some four years. Judge W. R. Wallace A burial was taking place whan boats were seen returning to .entenred Parker to five years on Fybrace who was walking on the shore early In the day with surra each of sixteen counts of defraudwall turned pale and collapsed reasonable catchse of flying nsr. Ing the Government H'.M ended hi stasMi Among those present St the 6pcr£*""* !" much ...corne to .t.o lUaaaat^aSaVb '" were—Rev. L C Mallaneu. Government Records showed i union uiaa or • -......., ,.. ,, that Leonard Parker Tula* reard Ontherer. J. A. Mapp. F. M Newton. A. L Lowe. i, A. I. Lowe and otheis. HEAR IT OW\ IT RADIO PLAYERS 1951 — 52 • GOOD APPEARANCE and FINISH STURDY CONSTRUCTION GOOD TONE TROPIC PROOF RELIABILITY INVARIABLE Pleven Wins Vote Of Oonfideiiee PARIS. D*;. n. Rrvnucr Rene Plcvon won 8 vote of confidence in the rfaublUU Asaeinulv on Tuesday night In a tost of tin: ijiAiTiutK uf'. support of the Schuman Plan to t"i,| Western Europe's coal and steel nsiiuni'i. Plewii won liv an ofllcisl vote Of 877 |o 240 — the ifrtaigafl vote uf coiifldrncv since his t;iknu{ office umoal six mouths ago. Pleven posed the eorfldi Five Hurt In Petrol Station Ex|>lo8.ou Mll.WAUKriK DM U. FIVU paupls war htlfl vshgi :i i-etrol station and • tjn an ra wrecked in % %  IMK axplo Ion here last night. They were rescued |>y ihr |s>lue and firemen who had tu burrow iindS* pUsi ol (ssbj Broken glass was nhowm i if the district, by an explosion, thc Cause of which was .. lour r The its right of centre coalition on n t'-a issue so that the assembly U.K ARMY COLONEL DENIES COURT MARTIAL CHARGES %  < %  .. that he .i BtfcOQO i" .1 I Jewish armed ft i t'nlc.i .1 TliLinns Gore. 44. former Commander of Ihe u.timumtin.i %  %  Haifa i-i'.iiied not %  eight charges IndudinK ..itIon that he received %  %  i "in tnotbag ofl "i lit. Ihe sales. Otltcer MJJOI Ralph .".• .sin..' % % %  ind ulled 1.1-1 iiMnitii on charges of receiving money for sat. scout eat guns and aminuiiitnni If that Leonard Parker Tulsa ported income up to twenty times what he earned and listed four i dcrandtnts to draw handsome refunds. He was Anally cauKhl after the Internal Bavenue Ilureau pai





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IN LONDON RECALLED

U.K. Actions In Canal
Zone Protested

CAIRO, Dec. 13, |

Officially Egypt recalls its ambassador in London in
protest against British actions in the Canal Zone.

A Government communique also announced the Gov
ernment will draft law to punish all those who deal or
co-operate with any foreign military force in Egypt. It said
the Cabinet also-agreed to amend the existing laws regard-
ing the cartying of arms to Egyptian citizens who woula
be enabled to carry weapons. }

The communique announced
the Cabinet decided to transfer

the Egyptian Government's in-
specting .engineer’s . bffice from
London "to Central Europe with
headquarters in Switzerland.

A. Briti8h Bmbassy spokesman
in Cairo informed of the move,
said: “it is for His Majesty's
Government to decide on wheth-



Destroy 13
MIG’sIn 3 Days

Will U.S. Govt.

Scandals Help | Polls Quietly |

Repvblicans ?

(By JOHN L. CUTTER)

WASHINGTON, Dec. 13.
Practical politicians speculated
whether the scandals in the United
States Government may help Sen-
ator Robert A. Taft in his fight
for the Republican Presidential
nemination and hurt General Eis-
enhower if he decides to run
They figured it this way:
Many persons within the Re-
publican Party feel that Taft has
no “political sex appeal.” While
otherwise admiring his record,
they fear that he would be beaten
by the Democrats if nominated by
the Hepublicans next July. ;



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FRIDAY

B’dos Goes To
And Orderly

Barbados went to the polls {
yesterday to elect twenty-four
members for the General Assem-
bly for the new legislative Ses-
sion which will be opened by His

Excellency the Governor on
Tuesday. December 18.

Since the elections of 1948
when 28,000 people ‘registered

their vote an Act granting Adult
Suffrage has been passed and
now a total exceeding 95,000 men
and women have been enfran-
chised,

Yesterday was quiet since un-
der the new ordinance the usual

DECEMBER

EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR






UNM yz,







14, 1951

EIGHTY. FIVBE-YBAR-OLD Bivira Griffith of “Green fields”, St. Michael,
Polling Clerk, Bric Taylor, at the Y.M.C.A. Polling Station during the
Josephine Jod staids behind her,






PRICE: FIVE CENTS

RUSSIANS
| MOVING IN
‘ON MID-EAST

BE: D. FP. GEILMORE
ROME, Dec. 13,



Russiar iphemats, vechnicians

and civilan | employees are
ng to the Middie East with

{ sing trequency, ever since



Sian and Egyptian crisis.

A check of the Kome-Sciampio
Airport, now regarded as the “air
teway" between Europe and the





iddle East, showed that no less
than 68 Rissians, most with
diplomat passports” are officially
Fanown to have passed throtig!
there within the last 42 days
Mast fly in from Prague, stay «
few days in Rome, ond then pass

on te various points in the Middle
| East.

The last from
They
en route to
But they stopped
al Rome reportedly to get special
ermits to go to the oil refineries.
these are known to
| have left since for “Middle Eastern
" Only three left Rome's
airport, Urbe for in-

group arrived
Prague on December 6th,
| said that they were

| Bombay, India.

Some 27 of

gets her identity ticket frem the
voting yesterday. Her daughter |! 0!" :
) secondary

ternal Italian cities, and they were







U.S. Sabre Jets
f - rn ~ 4 pparently he emg og os Ttalian
oO ; or OUd speakers, steelbands and cre . "4 t S h msular missions in Italy,
er Sir Ralph Stevenson would be 8TH. ARMY H. Kor wi Ba Peet ye ae = * touts were silenced, 7 ver ( 9 O en m or S c eme | The Russian official diplématic
recalled, Q., rea idely held belief that Eisenhower - |
. Dec. 13. | could beat the Democrats easily,|,, People cast their votes quietly } jcomplement in the Rome Embdssy
U. K. Legate Stays United States’ Sabre jets, de-| Eisenhower's supporters want to from early morning, coming and Will Get } ‘ third only to those of the United
British diplomatic ‘quarters|stroyed 13 Russian built MIG15|take no chances next year, inas- woe quietly, The law required l E t nded states and Britain
said on Thursday night there was} jet fighter planes today in blaz-] much as the Regsblicans have not ‘ employers grant employees oO e xX e / | =
no intention “at the moment” to] ing air battles over Northwest] Won a Presidential election in 23 pe a rab ween ee le ] ele hones From OMmeia) Handbook
withdraw the British Ambassador] Korea to set a new record. Two)Years, ’ due Var te te ee ee P FOLLOWING discussions between the United Kingdom |, In the official diplomatic hand-
in Cairo despite the Egyptian]more MIG’s were probably de- But politicians say that if the}“e!r vote in the early morning os ee Saar atives of the | 00K: Russia has 25 officials listed.
recall of its Ambassador in Lon-|S8troyed, and one was damaged in Truman Administration scandals |°" their way to*work! The Barbados Telephone Com- and the Canadian Government and representatives o ve This excludes clerks, typists, re-
don. “MIG Alley” dogfights. continue to come to light they will] ‘The candidates and their|pany has a very extensive pro-| British West Indies Which started early last summer, ar- | ceptionists, guards, cooks, maids,
The Foreign Office said it had| U.S. losses, if any, were not eee ar ae peau. aime agents could do no dJast minute Bramme for 1952 “This pro=| rangements have now been worked out for extending and | ete,—the latter, the Russtang gen-
not Seapived in the early evening}Given. se in the hi date Who thay tun fer the Presi- | Canvassing but they visited .the |Haimme is 80 ee Mr ‘nat y'| amending the existing scheme of “Token Imports” into the erly jnslat on providing. seth
fee ‘eiitetee iad Sehcbak tate vathinen ee koa dency next fall. Gamtiincles sentene in their | Mtiio, . Chier Engineer of the| British West Indies and the Bahamas from Canada and the} Tite counpards ertth Wem: aliieial
Fatteh Amr Pasha announced in| has one side lost so many aircraft —UP. ‘ ne Company, told the Advocate yes-) United States of America. | British diplomatic list of 37 per-
a Government communique in]im a single day 7 -_— > ney. ae said, Ry is the et a far He the Candiian side 1 ons—again exeluding — clerieal,
‘ . * ig oO 1© Company to give service ; a ec side so 8 ete...
tae shall te poe ats = However, U.S. B29 superfor-! Hate War Starts ONE incident at the Polling to every outstanding applicant,!concerned as from January Ist, pecial mission etc, and the U.S.

tresses and escorting U.S. jets
together shot down 14 MIG'’s last
April 12th.

automatically mean that the
British would recall Sir Ralph
Stephenson from Cairo. They

United Nations troops and
sald, ho er, the Egyptian Gov- tanks also took the offensive on
ernment could force Stevenson’s the ground. They staged two
withdrawal by demanding it. P y

major raids deep into No Man’s
Land on the Western and West
Central Fronts and killed scores
of Red troops before returning

Egypt Ambassador himself
heard the first word of definite
recall from the newspaper. Amr
Pasha goes to Paris on Friday

Between Deputies

IN IRAN PARLIAMENT
TEHERAN, Dec,

Banner

“Death

To The Opposition”

‘ ies The crowds turned out in re-
for a conference with the Egypt- Peo ooae re the big-|SPonse to the Iranian yeligious
ian Foreign Minister Salah El Din ea were the S18! leader, Abol Ghassem Kashanin’s

Pasha. gest largescale Allied attacks



ee

information whether, he wold] since the Eighth Army issued its|Srapiis “Dopssition ““Deputice
come to London again before ne, ne aggression” directive) criticism of Premier Mohammed
returning to Cairo.—U.P. eae ee i Mossadegh.
ee the raids, the Eighth| ~ Banners carried slogans attack-
ey’ a a Sa a eee ing the “traitors” and “stooges of
change in i ive.

U.S. Envoy Calls On
Egyptian Minister

CAIRO, Dec, 13.

The United States Ambassador,
Jefferson Caffery, called on
Egypt’s Acting Foreign Minister
Ibrahim El Farag Pasha for the
second time in 24 hours as Egypt
stalled action on breaking diplo-|
matic relations with Britain.

United Press correspondent
Peter Webb reported from the
Canal Zone, meanwhile, that a
British soldier was killed last nigfit
when Egyptians crouched behind
palm trees and ambushed a British
Army convoy at a crossroads, four
miles west of Ismailia.

Caffery’s third visit in four days
was at Farag’s request.

A communique on Anglo-Egyp-
tian relations, first expected on
Wednesday morning, still had not
not been issued. Asked if he was
mediating, Caffery replied ‘“Media-
tion? No.”

He added, “there are many
things in the political situation
which it is possible to discuss with
the acting Foreign ae “

Egyptian Ministen
Will See Eden

PARIS, Dec. 13,
The Egyptian Foreign Minister,
Moprmaed. Sele El Din Pas
ae eee hear to
to m ie Ter
tary, “Anthony Eden,

—UP.

Deadlock In
U.N. Assembly
Not Broken |

PARIS, Dec, 13.

The United Nations General
Assembly was deadlocked today
in its ninth attempt to fill the
vacant seat on the Security
Council. Greece received 28 votes
and Byelo Ryssia 27. A two-thirds
majority is needed for Election.

The bitterly contested Greek
Byelorussia fight for a seat on
the U.N. Security Council
remained deadlocked through a
record 15th ballot, and the issue
Was postponed until the third
round next week.

The United States-backed
Greece scored sizable gains over
its total in the first round of the
General Assembly ballotting last
week, but could not reach the
required two-thirds majority of
40 votes.





U.P.





Communists
Back Down

PANMUNJOM, Korea, Dec. 13.
The Communists have stub-
bornly refused to tell how many
I j United Nations war prisoners
for an ex-j they hold, and backed down on



change of views, in the French;their 1950 promise to abide by
capital, Britaiy. suggested such| the Geneva Convention in their}
a mi ine * treatment of captives.

He said.thy< he himself had not|- The UN. retaliated by refus-|
made and ¥ d mot make anyling even to consider the Com-
move to bring. about.a meeting: munist Five Point Prisoner
with Eden. But he. said that if | Exchange programme because
Eden wanted to meét him during! they feared that any mass release



his forthcoming visit to Paris next
week, he would welcome the
opportunity to-discuss the current
situation with the British Foreign
Secretary, —U.P.

Churchill Holds
Cabinet Meeting

LONDON, Dec. 13.
Prime Minister Winston
Churchill met today with his full
Cabinet to discuss the Egyptian
situation, as réports from British
representatives. showed that Rus-
sia. was mneyvae. ast to further
s

circumstances might lead to a

of Allied prisoners under pr esent}
“da@ath march in reverse.” |



Both joint U.N. and Communist]
‘Sub-committees are discussing |
ithe exchange of prisoners, and
‘another trying to. work out the
method of policing an armistice,
found themselves deadlocked at
the end of the day.



—ULP.



Typhoons Threaten
The Philippines

undermine position in

the Mid ae MANILA, Dec. 13.
british Bay plan ip inatic re-| Two typhoons are roaring to-

lations 5 ing point,| ward the battered Central Philip-

but still were preserved hy delay|pine Islands where storm and

from Cairo. ~~ ; volcanic eruptions have killed at
Foreign Secretary: tt Ony| least 464 persons in the past nine

Eden was said to be @ al days.

plan before the to try to
re-open negotiations ‘—.»)

REDS RAID TOWN:
FOUR KILLED

The Weather Bureau in Manila
said that the 105 m.p.h. typhoon
which earlier this week took a
reported death toll of 216 in the
Central Philippines had turned in
the South China Sea and was





dotiaes al baat: xa
heading again toward the west eae at aiicbares tou. ;
MANILA, Dec. 13. coast of Luzon. oe :

Four persons were reported The typhoon hit the Philippines Thi vide thi
killed in a four-hour raid byjon Sunday night and in a 48} second vote t
Communist led Huks on_Lucban| hours rampage across six of the} forc, ARG AUA eine
town in the Quezon Province| major islands, battered the city] project hict l knock down
eatly today. The raiding dissi-|of Cebu and destroyed much of{the nation t barriers of
dents cut power lines and looted:;the vital sugar cane op oO nee. We Ge uny. Italy and}

the stores before fleeing —U.P. ‘Negros Islands.—U.P.

set December 18, as the date on!
which the complicated
for Iran's
start rolling in Teheran and the

the voters will
Councils, which will then
the subsequent polling day.

foreign imperialism.”

Trucks bearing loud-speakers

drove through the city calling on}
people to
Mossadegh against intrigues by the
“servants of foreigners.”

continue supporting

Truckloads of troops stood by

in case of emergency.

Meanwhile, Mossadegh tearfully}

achinery

national elections will

Northern provinces. On that day
choose Election
name

SHELL EXPLODES ;

FIVE KILLED
NAPLES, Dec. 13.
Five Italians were killed and



two injured in a shell explosion





The underground cables of the Barbados Telephone Co., were laid months ago and now being connected
wp. The Advocate’s camera man found workmen removing the overhead lines at upper River Road, yes

terday.

French Ratify Schuman Plan

PARIS, Dec. 13.
The French Assembly ratified by
overwhelming majority,
Schuman Plan for pooling the four

an





13,
waving crowds surged
through the Majlis Square shout-
ing
and “Long Live Mossadegh”

the

Station at Christ Church Boys’




even to the present undeveloped! 1952, the list of items covered by
School marred the smooth run- Silver Sands area.” the scheme has been expanded
ning of the voting yesterday. | to include a much wider range
This incident occurred about At present workmen of the] or ¢ommodities including food
6.30 p.m. (Voting ended at 6 bao any are recovering old sroducts. leather, metals, electri-
p.ti.) when the Oistin Police | | ferial cable at River Road, This] Products, leather, metals, electst.
was Called to the Boys’ School cable became cbsolete after Als oe eee ta: Ne of a eae
where an unruly mob started ;underground cable was put down] ‘*'5° perce meee oF tn
to berate Mr. D. Jackman who along Constitution Road as far|WUotas for most of these com-
was the Presiding Officer at as Belmont Police Station, across modities will be raised from
that polling station. Marctindales Road to River Road 33 1/3% to 40%. ‘

This arose over some misun- corner end up Collymore Rock. The expanding trade liberal-
derstanding concerning the isation arrangements will be as
votes and the manner in which It is stated that the primary|from January 1st, 1952, operating
the voting was conducted. Mr. reason for putting down the! differently for British West In-
Jackman’s car which was underground cables in place ofypdies and the Bahamas trading

some yards away from the
boys’ school was stoned by the
mob. c

Eventually Mr. Jackman
was escorted from the build-



{ With the

French Assembly giv
jing such firm boast to Westerr
European Economic . Unity Plan,

it was expected to aid the plan's
|; Supporters in the Parliaments of
Ithe four other countries, which
{will soon consider ratification
the Netherlands had
the 50-year Pool Treaty
& initialled by six Forei
Ministers in Paris last April
Pleven der “dd atificati
fter he and t Foreign Minister

Robert Schuman, and the





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the aerial in the River
Was

vusLy
across
there had been

Road area
eables previ-
extended to River Road
the Victoria Bridge and

percentage of past trade,
ite: a I9t of dis- rat and ihe haha will

with the United States of Ameri-
ca. Instead of a system of com-
modities of quotas based rie

ie

beew@use their



ie te Fin sien Ween $IE [rane to come the adatona
ferestalléd any request by the] imports from United States 3
Clubs, bars and restaurants} Director of Highways and or st 6 Sorin eM
were forbidden to sell alcoholic Transport to remove our cables} Value.
drinks and these were closed giv- from the ridge while it was Licence
ing Bridgetown a holiday look} being widened,” he said :
but after 6 p.m. the City came to Major Plan North American exports should
| life.” | as ane er = ae re-
» saic é . rgr cently given for Colonial Gov-
No Long Queues ok oe on Oe Ls ain a ernments to introduce a system
Voting at the polling stations| Ost “of the major streets, oe raf "in : "eommplinies vnhese
about the Ivy, Government Hill.|""S from the Telephone Com- . nly. fa ki ne tial te
Welches Road, Belleville, Cullo-|P@"y, 2s far as the. Hastings) ®r mainly of a kind essential to
a es Road and’ Beckles Read. ‘like| Hotel. Another runs along White- Colonial Development, The list
den Road and Beckles Road, ike| k Road, one along Barbarees}|©f goods to which Open General
Be ynnat others oe nic au mtd Hill towards Eagle Hall and of| License may be applied cover for
eer Ls ehalinn ‘ee oe + he ccurse throughout the City Mat a wide range of smoot
be 7 r . _ . stee] items and semi-manufac-
tending to prevent ,disorder was He said that in 1952 the Com-]tures copper, zinc and nickel but
recently passed and they had to} -any will replacé the also includes dried pickles, salt
obey. eble which now runs from E -]and smoked fish, onions, potatoes,
There was seldom a long}Hall to Brighton by a larger and

certain animal feeding stuffs and



Hon. Qyril
Sylvester Dies

Our Own Correspondent)
GRENADA, Dec, 13.
rhe community was profoundly
hocked by the death at the Colony
Hospital this morning of the Hon
Lyril St. Bernard Sylvester, re-
}t Inspector of Schools and whe
{la October was returned an
jalected member of the Executive
Council and the Legislature for
Carriacou
jorn at Carriacou during
1891, Sylvester
teacher in

From

Muy
pupil
teacher

became a
1905, assistant

jin 1908 and head of two Roman
;Catholic schools from 1911 to
1943 when he was appointed
Inspector of Schools retiring in

May this year,

He held the Doctorate of Psy-
chology of the New York
University and Bachelor of Science
and Education

Always prominent in local pub-
lie life, he was widely known in
the eastern Caribbean teaching
fraternity. He leaves a widow,
five daughters and four sons

His death will, necessitate .
election, but it is almost certain
that his recent opponent, F. B:
Paterson will be returned unop-
posed on a Gairy ticket



by-



| J’CA IS ANTI-T.B.
| TRAINING BASE

KINGSTON

Jamaica i

ic Affairs Minister Rene Meye

ad pointed out that France woutd
ot be sacrificing her self-interes!
* placing the country at

JCA
the

Dec, 13
now Caribbean
a di

j
7 4 training base in the anti-tubercu-
dvantage with Germany i sis campaign recently launched
4 Iby the World Health Organiza-
Schuman told the Assembly itjor
hat, ‘the Plan constitues Europe's Othe Caribbear island and
ist hope of survival” and Pleven|the South American Republics
{ low ed thi warning on Tuesday |are ending medical department
vith the declaration that, France|members for training here
t when there The first trainees are a doctor
reat mission to accomplish.” ‘and t from Uruguay
UP —(C.P.)

ihas ¢ 7 .
tate jhas an official computation of 74
Advovat }persons. Actually, the Americans

Relief Fund | - with E.C.A. military mifsions

ete, number 423 persons,
WERE you among those who The entire Foreign Press Colony
contributed to the Fishermen's

in Rome total some 250 full-time

Relief Fund to-day? If you orrespondents and stringer
were not there is still time to vriters for periodicals, refugee
help the fund on by bringing newspapers ete. of every nation-
your subscription to the Advo lity.

cate Office. Officially listed with “Stampa

Estera” or the Foreign Press
here are the Russians — six-foot

Amount previously

Acknowledged $5,175.00



M. Lyte 80 Alexander Vishevsky of Tasg end
D. A. Browne 3.00 ittractive Olga Tchechetakia who

r. & Mp Li 4 ar

Wultae er nab arrived here only six months ago.
S. St. Clair Hunte 10,00 —U.F.
Miss W. Bascom 5.00
R. bw FB. « 5.00
Mr. & Mrs. A, P, Skeat 6.00

ota ome TT Dean Acheson Will





Stay With Truman

WASHINGTON, Dee, 13
Secretary of State, Dean
Acheson, plans to stay on his job

Congressman Continues
Round The World Flight

CALCUTTA Dee. 13 for the remainder of Truman’s

Peter F Mack Junior “flying| current term Administration offi-

Congressman” from Llinois took ther wha ee the’ rec
off on Thursday in his private Seas ae ec

ports being circulated in Europe,
that Acheson would be replaced
by the Mutual Security ‘Chief,
W. Averell Harriman, “as soon as
the Korean War ends.”

plane for Rangoon on another leg
of his round the world goodwill
flight. Mack who so far visited 30
countries, refused to single out
any nation where he received a
warmer welcome than elsewhere

He said, “I found great good-
will towards the democratic way
way of live everywhere which
could be welded into peace.” He

Meanwhile, Acheson called on
Truman to report on the United
Nations meeting in Parts and the
recent North Atlantic ‘Treaty
talks at Rome,





of voters at these stations | new oie ‘able added that in Teheran where he Acheson returned to Washing-
near here last night. The blast day tiene sg oo ae. Many or etal ve lay a new| Jute goods was met with Premier Mohammed | ton on Wednesday night and was
destroyed four houses. The di~|who had to go to work and wholunderground cable along White-| 1" Spite of the grave balance of} Mossadegh he was struck by a}met by Truman who compli-
saster occurred when the owner} would have found it inconveni-|oark Road and Bank Hall and] P4yment. position of the sterling) sense of “good feeling” towards} mented him for a ‘ great job.
of a fireworks factory tried tolent to return home during the|i50 pair spur along Westbury] #"ea it has been thought right) America —tU.P. ag
dismantle a shell left over from) day, took the opportunity to cast! Road to recognise in these arrange-
the war in order to recover its ments the great importance of ee
explosive material.—U.P. } @ On Page 8 | @ On Page 5 good commercial relations be
tween the British West Indies
pone and the North Americans and} @ OOL AND FRESH...
, + ' r x ye. y they represent a substantial eas- , ee rare
THE OLD AND THE NEW ihe oF leech reswictions ol SEs
goods exported by Canada and
the United States of America



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PAGE TWO

BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1951











Her JURABLE R. E, Baynes,
S Vincen delegate





tu he Regional Economic Com-
mittec eting which ended at
Ha House yesterday even-
r ned home by B.G, Aii-

1 arlier in the day.

He was staying at the Savoy,
Bay Street

Hon, W Raatgever, British
Guiana clegate > ane REA



feeting is due eturn to B.G,
today by B.W.LA.

Fer Christmas Holidays
M": S. JACK MARSON und her



oung daughters expect

Bri ish Guiana today by

\ I A, i pend the Christmas

hol ith Mrs Marson's

pare Mr. and Mrs. Stephen
Psaili f Georgetown B.G

Off To B.G.



Mi! Hamreond “Ham” Farmer,
iV youngest son of Mr. W. A.
Parme: Headmaster of Lodge
School and Mrs, Farmer who had
been spending a week’s holiday
with his family leaves today for
British Guiana by B.W.1.A.

For over five years, “Ham’’ had
been study engineering at
\Fletaher’s, Derby, England and
he is now going to take up an



bach Parker of British Guiana,

appointment with Messrs, Sand-4

Caub Calling

COCKTAIL PARTY



of the Jamaican Executive Committee.

| boat races, swimming, walking th2 ;
\grease pole and horse racing.

{he presented a cup for horse

|"H.M.S. Pinafore’ with piano

Minister for Sccial Wi

BRITISH VIRGIN BBC. Radio bhi
ISLANDS ‘Sham. Programme” Sade, 13

olce 12 noon The
2.10 p.m. News Analysis

a2 M., 443 M





"E in the Virgins is extremely






‘ People spend their time — - a
farming, minding their cattle and m. The News, 4.10 p.m. The Daily |
a id oe nly Seivice, £15 p.m. “Ray's A Laugh, 4.45
ishing througnout the year. Only ,, Music M 5 p.m. Composer
during the first two weeks of of the Week, 5 Bet your Life, |
August does Tortola come into pa 4 Merchant Programme, : 15
| : ih al y . pm p and Coming, 6.45 p.m. Pro-
' prominence with plenty of visitor graeme Parnas, 6:58 pith, Tobak's Moot.
fron the American Virgins and 7 p.m. The News 7.10 p.m. News
here is a fourteen days non-stup 4 7.15 p.m. Cricket Report on






Play, West Indies Vv. West
fest Indian Dier
1.32 M, 4443 M

sun of festivities when they stage





tre Memories, 8.15 p.m
i, 8.38 p.m. World Affairs,
ipoxr of the Week, 9 p.m
zine 932 p.m Musica
p.m. The News, 10.10 p.m
torials 105 pun. The
e 10.30 p.w From the

In 1920-21 when Major H. W.
Peebles C.M.G., D.S.O., was there 4".

iacing which when won on three
successive occasions by the same
norse would be forfeited by the
owner, This has never materialized
and the cup was as usual in the
ontest this year

An additional attraction in FIRE RAVAGES
Tortola last August was a visit 5-STOREY HOTEL
rom Antigua’s Hell’s Gate Steel

jand. Mr. D. W, Heistand an FARGO N. DAKOTA, Dec. 13.





|} American resident who is a pro- A fire swept through the five-

esscr of music successfully put oa storey Earle Hotel at breakfas*
t today, forcing some 200
to flee into the cold



accompanist Mrs. Cruickshank, gi

st
}American wife of Mr. J. A. C. weather of minus 25 degrees

‘ruickshank Commissioner of the centigrade. The hotel manager

| British Virgin Islands, Indeed, so feared that an elderly crippled

sopular- was H.M.S, Pinafore that woman was trapped on the third

it was staged three times. floor —U.P. L}

| =
| AT the Cocktail Party at the Marine Hotel on Wednesday night. Left to right, His Excellency the Gov- |
ernor, Sir George Seel, Head of O.D. and W., Lady Savage, Hon. D. B. Sangster,

fare and Deputy Leader of the Jamaica Labour Party and Lady Barker, wife of Sir Robert Barker membe'







Lower Broad Street







CHRISTMAS and
OLD YEAR

FESTIVITIES at
7)





THE BARBADOS AQUATIC CL

(MEMBERS ONLY)
DINNERS will be served in the Ballroom between 7 and
9 p.m. on MONDAY, December 24th, TUESDAY, 25th,
ond MONDAY, 3ilst.
Price: $3.00
VERY SPECIAL MENUS

@
MEMBERS are requested to make Reservations not later
than December 22nd tor MONDAY and TUESDAY: and
29th for MONDAY (Old Year).

e

ry oe, DANCING trom 10 p.m.

till 3 a.m. on MONDAY,
December 24th; and
MONDAY, December
3Ist.

“Tickets: 2/-

ATTRACTIVE BALLROOM DECORATIONS

On December 24th: Potato Dance, BalloonDance, and
Spot Waltz, for which Prizes will be given.





The party was given by Hon. D. B. Sangster on behalf of the Jamaica delegation to the Regional Eco-

JANETTA DRESS SHOP |
v
{

| rV!JSIC' on December 24th by C. B, Browne and his

















































Tonight nomic Committee Meeting. EXCLUSIVE GOWNS ‘\\1] Orchestra: and on December 31st by Sydney Niles and wok?
NIGHT i x . es aa ’ Xt his Orchestra. J :
T pie Hoh terek Postar: W.C.A. Christmas Party Routine Visit Free Show Just in time for CHRISTMAS GIFTS! | 20
Pease : R. EDDIE GRIMSHAW, a Boo eee oe | — ‘
ao a eet toate hears tae aT Sea a =. Rootes’ Service Representa~ ce om ye ra Barhegos | ea mee Bite SD mye res mane )) | 3 Special Shows SAT. 15th baa ae!
oP Shakespeare's wiutius Christmas Party on Thurs- tive arrived from St. Vincent on Boys’ and Girls’ Club came | CONTINENTAL DR 3 LEN § } 9.30 am. 1.30 pm. & MIDNITE B’TOWN
ppc day, December 20, for members Monday by B.G. Airways en route will take _place at the Plaza 51 Guage COLOURED NYLONS $82.39 | A SCREAM IN THE DARK PLAZ
and their friends. This will be a ¢,, . a vis , js Theatre, Bridgetown, on Thursde ¥ ‘ ni li in a 4 | MARSHAL OF RENO Dial 2310
sal get-together ‘for embers from the U.K. on a visit. He i ag! 7 Choice of Christmas Wrapping Paper 6 cents per sheet | 3
real get-together for members. 4 a routine trip through this area. night, December 20 at 8 o'clock. : | ||"“specean TODAY @ Shows) 2.90 4 6.65 p.m.
There will be cardls etc. Mr. Grimshaw is a guest at the The results will be broadcast by |" SS BFF FSF Bud ABBOTT & Lou COSTELLO (at their best) in— : z
noe ee a all. members Rockley Beach Club Rediffusion as the draw a | | i RIDE « Me cownhoy awn cee Bat sont shes
will attend, and those who intend . place. = > ate anil ! u 4 A eae eeica eon a ’ .
so be oresent Are = ee Quiet The Police Band will be in at- NOt } Ow a AN SEE IT AT oO R | Anne GWYNN alla LGERALI
Pl ie ac Slee lamang SSTE , tendance and will play a variety | 4 ES | OPENING TONIGHT 8.30 p.m. and Continuing Daily 445 & 8.30 p.m, ae
Ward, for particulars. ES TERDAY ef ba * rd 4 prt sare ha , an . ny ara | POPL LAR PRI ES! By Special Arangements with RKO-Radio (Brand New Copy) +
quietest days Bridgetown has ~ z ™ = “ ies i teans, @ y Pp 1 Request! | ‘ <
The Second Captain had for a long time. It was a 7-50 p.m. | wenin Goahang Contre Ar Lae ‘ | JOAN OF ARC (Color by Technicolor)
good opportunity to get througn The holders of tickets for this ana eantinnines Daily 4 45 & 8.30 a | INGR2D BERGMAN and a Cast of Thousands °
HH is a “taste” of French Some Christmas shopping, ae Not yamie will be admitted to the + ay Pe | oN
handiwork” and decorative any people took advantage of mostre on the presentation of

the peact and quiet, Besides being
a half-day for the groceries ete
several of the stores closed eariy
so as to enable their staffs to vote.

genius. “Cap’tain Long John—Le
Justicier de Barbados” yas one
of the various statuettes decorat-
ing the “Marie Louise,” a cafe in
Dakar, French West Africa, The
sculpturing was done in France.

But, what a joke on Captain
Tore Hagstrom who came here
yesterday in charge of the Swedish
training ship Sunbeam? Hagstroin
was surprised to find himself (see
pictures ) replacing “Cap'tain Long
John.”

: | OISTIN Twi Garden
their ticket at the door. They P L AZ A G A i E ST. JAMES

Dial 8404
’ will see the films, showed after the Today to Sunday 8.30 p.m.

Today to Sunday 445 & S30 p.m teak ce é
draw, free of charge. Two Action Packed Features! atinee:; Sunday 5 p.m,
Ta if YOUNG DANIEL BOONE Warners Technicolor Action Feature
4 (Cinecolor) David Bruce & ‘
James Olived CURWOOD’S Gary COOPER, Ruth ROMAN in



Talking Point CALL OF THE KLONDIKE DALLAS
Kirby GRANT &

The genius of conversation “CHINOOK” The Wonder Dog ¥ OYE)
consists much less in showing a} arr ‘petiaitasthdpdsinniesititentaitinliiceauaiaiaia nine aratalt tied, MIDNITE SATURDAY 16th
great deal of it than in causing | SAT. 1.30 Midnite SAT 2 Action Packed Specials!
it to be discovered in others.—| | N G RI 18) | || WHAT'S Kid From Kansas * SAN ANTONE AMBUSH

‘ COOKIN | Dick Foran &
La Bruyere. encren Sisters & a gon ais Monte HALE &
; on 7 IBTLERS aske er el eee,
COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR! | ROUNDUP Johnny Mack FRONTIER INVESTIGATOR

SEE IT NOW... IN ALL ITS ti sate ean a emenanen cum nmemmiatis ni
EVERAL thousand bees made

a power dive on a sign near GLORY ... AV THE E M Pp I R E “S

a Hollywood store. The sign read



Incidental Intelligence |

Captain Hagstrom brought it all
on himself. Fascinated over the
cute images in the restaurant, he













took a photograph of them and f - } " | : :
got them developed as souvenirs. “Free Parking.” — New York) Aub TOW N—Dial 2310 TO-DAY 2.30 & 8.30
A Swedish Consul got hold of Times. | ‘ ; ;

one of the pictures of the first

Times.—L.E.S. | The picture that has captivated everyone with its thrilling
“Cap'tain Long John—Le Justicier

eatin Teteties Golnae: SATURDAY to TUESDAY — 4.45 & 8.30



















de Barbados” and stuck the face Turbulent Passions ! S RKO Radio Picture! Columbia Presents a
of a photograph of Captain Hag- Extra Special : 7 he Christmas Short!
strom on it. Sc. Captain Hagstrom “CHRISTMAS DREAM” CORNEL WILDE ~— MERLE OBERON
was initiated tne second “Cap’tain ‘ ry
Long John.” AGAIN Gl IN 2%
At Home | We have opened new id oO B E 66 ee ac
CAPT. JOHN.OF BARBADOS | SONG TO REMEMBE Bui:

Hi Chairman and Honorary

Carol Gift Service Officers of the Barbados
HE James Street Methodist §.P.C.A. held an “At Home” on
Chureh are having a Carol Wednesday at Wakefield, White

and Gift Service on Sunday Park (headquarters of the British

OPENING TO-DAY 5 & 8,15 p.m. 7

ROYAL

Last 2 Shows TO-DAY SATURDAY & SUNDAY



LADIES’ DRESSES





































































December 16th, beginning at 7 Council). Guests of honour were | 4.30 & 8.15 4.30 & 8.15 ad
p.m. Mr. H, C. Humphrys, K.C., Presi- A Republic Double > ‘ “
Children and their parents will dent of the British Guiana Branch RC : m Republic Double rt
each bring along a gift for distri- of the R.S.P.C.A, and_Mry. Hum- KATHERINE JOHN WAYNE ROD CAMERON ny,
bution to the poor children of the phrys, while the Hon. Mrs. RON FORREST TUCKER Qui?
church at Christmas, Gifts will Hanschell and Dr. Goodman, Vice een ari 3 ne EE sks
be placed around a Christmas Tree Presidents of the Barbados S.P.C.A. ; IN
near the altar. were also present, BLONDIE “ ”
Carol hymns will be sung and Chief reason for the At Home Pe OLD CALIFORNIA * OH *SUSANNA "
the entire congregation will take, was so that officials could discuss spa Pr ta)
part. This is truly the Spirit of|informally matters concerning The initiated Capt. John of Barbados . — AND — AND
Christmas, | Animal Welfare. (T, Hagstron) ; ie olAh “LIGHTNING IN
} , : Fs zs 4 Ly
saa bE 98 aoe | yeors younger! “ CHICAGO KID a9 |
£ ROSSWORD THE FOREST”
fe with with
BY | HE W —By Beachcomber
Donald BARRY Donald BARRY
T N an important memorandum, et if hotel wore o ee
Charlie Suet has suggested grapher’s bowler, anc e wore
7 aa oe ‘ans should cross the dark glasses. You never know 0 L Y M Pp I Cc
L apes... Renesas that is to when there may not be an
reets le vise; say, a)
srente i me ote hae a nar. eclipse of the sun. Last 2 Shows TO-DAY SATURDAY to MONDAY
ier seule tea Sa es, ee You can how select tm donen nore n or Columbia action Double
‘street, between the oncoming Non-incompatibility of awie cgenseyss Stripes aria Sen’ taiamh teens y
tand offgoing traffic. ' Wi atin | An . ; re Evelyn KEYES
HE placing of a bowler hat Sizes 12 — 20 Lena HORNE — Bill ROBINSON i SHO
| At each end of each street they on the statue of Stalin (we Also large sizes available Pn eo
|} would turn and make for the the creased trousers) in ne IN
side of the street required. Suet Russian se¢tor of Berlin was 13 00 each ! 6
says that in this way traffic would jnevitable, Some call it a Titoist $s + “STORMY WEATHER” ‘““FRIGHTENED CITY
not be held up by pedestrians or gesture, and ihail it as the end
Across pedestrians by traffic, Asked aed of religious persecution. ne : M.G-M presents AND AND
i in @ Way loose-tongued taik (9 the pedestrians, having reached say that it is an attempt o win dives Sy y aeons |
i (ovorlous AhoW character, al?) lthe end of a street, would get to over the middle class to Com- oD he Lost Weekend” ster |}**UNDER TWO FLAGS” “STAGE TO TUCSO!
ie a the pavement, Suet said; “Every munism, This is borne out by a ° in one of the most unusual ; %
our Gracie.” five minutes, all oncoming traffic picture in the Narolne Zagastevs Y HATS thd. Srodahbe db . with In Technicolor co
y short of dole. (3 would go diagonally for one full kjie, It shows Stalin in Enicker- L e dramas Steeetng 2
Aue the (adele ay minute. All offgoing _ traffic bockers and a cap. He is wheel- of the year! RONALD COLMAN Rod CAMERON
8 14 without the ase, (3) would also go diagonally, but in ing a bicycle, and saying to af Twelve siyies especialiy in CLAUDETTE COLBERT Wayne MORRIS ; aS
AY Fawn pT eh. e eatanel ‘ the opposite direction, of course. man in a tail coat, OP ran and white srawa Do }
ee tay rr BENE Gi A clearly marked line between monocle: ‘Fetch your bike, sir ‘. c 7 ee ee eins
ake. (4 cle ; Ric th flowers
tiy ttlos make them, (5) | the two diagonal lines of traffic, There is no reason why you and Richly oer seins R 0 X Y etic ila
we bt Cie (3) 'and a system of blue and black J shouldn't have a pleasant ride , af
Meat wise, -(e) | lights, would enable pedestrians together.” > O38 hh TO-DAY Only — 4.30 & 8.15 ~ a
Down | ame . » atta a stree Doe eae ° uw
ritécoretera wh . to reach either side of the street Universal Double WH
s Overnower Serie ke Sm ie) | without any hold-up of traffic.” Oh, I say, look here! Ns té
a the press, (7) ‘ e ° S
4 - ae ot thle extent. in the | There she goes! “ E argues,” says my payer, i a " ’ ¢d ORRIDOR of MIRRORS u}
4. Utter disorder, (5) : : “that the results obtained MODERN DRESS SHOPPE AND it
8. To Mraviiern. “your a N oculist said the other day jaye no metaphysical dualist ‘a
arming. (6) G-taahioned | | “that people buy dark glasses jmplications, and that such mis- BROAD STREET ABBOTT & COSTELLE in ”
8 He usually pays a fee, (6) }simply for the sake of bine conceptions arise from an unf Z us
13. 19 with ; |them, without knowing what junate mind-matter, mind-body STARRING e ee int
3 wl ass, (6 | , ; ; i 6 ay
ri “th ad ek an friend, they their purpose is. I think there is terminology which should om KEEP EM FL YING a
i , jmore in it than that (as ae abandoned.” RAY Mi » i}
actress said when the stock- ' i)
| broker pretended that the bottle Considering that this refers to} OPENING Tomorrow — 4.45 & 8.15 a”
| was empty), There is always a the “transformation of physical Xt
|chance of being mistaken for the research into parapsychology,” [| ny i
. t lady who conceals her identity think that the least we can do} JOHN H DIAK + nancy DAVIS a
4 in this cunning manner. It would is to get on with our singing and} i
| still further mystify an alert drinking. * %
EES, ews STONE + scan HAGEN THE END OF THE TRACK |

WAS THE END OF THE LAW!



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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14,

Antiguans Get
Cotion Bonus

{From Our Own Correspondent)

_ ST. JOHN’S, Dec
‘ sages in St. oon have had
flare brisk business since the
distribution of a cotton bonus to
Peasants which started on 19th
vember

last. In eight days
three cashiers paid out one hun-

of
sum ible will be 9.3
ib ation sae

call at the Marketing Office in
the order and on the day indi-
cated. No one who comes out of
turn will receive attention IT

LEAN YOUR ~

tor? Cc

after day huge erowds
zattyred. in High Street one of
_ ease ane” enemas.
* seem, at whole families,
mothers, fathers, sons and daugh-
ters had all come to town to join
in Oe spending of cotton money.
a noise and rush wag so ter-
c

top flooy had some difficulty in
‘ eases while the inces-
sant babble went on in the Mar-
keting Office next door.

The public in general derived
considerable amusement when pe~
ly a policeman arrived on
the gallery and threw out a
of cigarette tin tops con-
tickets with numbers en-
the lucky catcher to cue
up, The roar increased, hands
were flying in the air. The jostle
and scramble was then at its
and now and then there
Was a lull in the mob when a
woman or two fainted,



Grenada Clerks
Call Emergency
J *
Meeting
GRENADA, December 11.
The refusal of heads of two
leading shipping houses when
called on to-day by three Clerk-
Union executives, accompanied
by a Labour Office official to sign
a regularly prepared agreement
based on recent conclusions of the
Clerks Union-employers dispute,
has led to clerks calling. an
emergency meeting of the execu-
tive tonight to consider this de-
velopment.

It is understood that C.U.
Extecutives having found the
greatest difficulty in negotiations
with these two managements,
particularly selected them: to test
the reactions of the concessions of
employers.

Correspondence revealed by the
Grenada Workers’ Union shows
that M. Francisco Aguirre and Re-
gional Secretary Orit on Decem-
ber 5 cabled from Regional head-
quarters Cuba, to both the Gov-
ernor of the Windwards and the
Grenada Chamber of Commerce
urging action to settle the recent
Clerks’ Union dispute and ex-
pressing confidence in the justice
of the case of the mercantile
employees.



Gaullists And
Communists Fight

ST, ETIENNE, FRANCE, Dec. 11.

The police used rifle shots and
batons to quell street fights here
late last night and early today
between Gaullists and Commun-
ists. elve persons were rushed
to héspital, and four reported in
a serious condition.

The fighting started earlier last
night. where strong Communist
forces brought by party trucks
from nearby quarters and vill-
ages, broke into a Gaullist meet-
i

ing.

Both sides used stools. The
fighting suddenly stopped when
a smert police officer ordered the
electric current cut off in the
quarter, plunging the battlefield
into darkness.—U,.P.







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STURDY

GOOD TONE

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our Western Counties any time they feel like it.”

Pre-election March
By Labourties

A “PRE-ELECTION” mareh under the auspices of the
B.L.P. and the B.W.U, was staged on Sunday last from
Blackman’s Corner to Todd’s Corner where the large num-
ber of electorates were addressed by members of the Labour

Party.

More than half of the elect-
orates of St. Joseph’s was present
up to 8 pm. Once again Mr.
Smith told the electorates how
they should vote on December 13.
Other members of the party gave
some eloquent speeches and the
large crowd weyt away well
pleased.

About 230 persons attended a
meeting in support of the Candi-
dature of W. R. Coward at Bond-
well on Sunday night. Mr. Cow-
ard delivered an _ impressive
speech, which made some of tnose
present take him to heart.

a * 2

CARL SEALEY took his over
week’s score of 63 not out to 112
on Sunday last Sealey who had
bowling figures of 5 for 9 and 4
for seven had his right hand in-
jured while taking a return catch.
He had to leave the field for treat-
ment,

There was no play at Black-
mans on Saturday last becaus2
Drax Hall team did not turn up.
This was the second and last
day’s play in the tenth series of
matches in Central Division of
the B.C.L. Drax Hall was playing
against Maple C. C. of S. Joseph’s
With Umpires and Maple players

ready for play from 1. 30 pun.
the large number of spectators
were anticipating an _ exciting

finish to the game in which the
scores were, Drax Hall 57.
Maple 14, Best performances up
to the end of the first day’s play
were turned in by D. Dowridge
who topseored with four runs
and took seven wickets for 21
runs for Maple and L. Tyrell who
topscored with 18 runs and twok
six wickets for four runs for Drax
Hall. E, Estwick took four wiekets
for six runs for Drax Hall,

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The Central Division [951
B.C.L. season ended on Saturday
last with Romans C. C. carrying
off the championship for the sec-
pnd year in sueeession. Burly
Ashton Blackman was responsi-
ble in no small way for this team’s
success Romans ended the
by winning from Union Globe by
an innings on Saturday last,

* * *

Stanley Fybrace of Vau
Land is at present detained at the
General Hospital, suffering from
injuries to his hands and face,
after falling from the guardwall
of the new S. Joseph’s grave yard.
A burial was taking place when
Fybrace who was walking on the
wall turned pale and collapsed



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DECEMBER 13—E-Day—is one
of the most important days of
your lives, Dennis Wood, speak-
ing ata Political Meeting in
Burkes Village, St Joseph told the
electorate on Monday night last.

The meeting was the second
for the night in support of the
candidature of Mr. W. R. Coward
(E) who is contesting St. Joseph's
seat. The other meeting was
held in the Ridge area where Mr.
Wood gave a fine address to those
present. “Mr, Coward is a gentie-
man, born in this parish and
knows the sufferings of you peo-
ple and you should give him your
vote”, Mr. Wood continued.

“It would be indeed unfair to
the Labour Party, if I were to
say, they haye done no good” he
said; but I am not here to speak
about what they have done, !
want to tell you of things they
should have done,

Mr. J. A. Haynes (lectors) of
S. Andrew, proposed that all
houses should be insured by Gov-
ernment and it was turned down
by members of the Labour Party.
Mr, Wood touched subjects on
Education, Wages, C.O.L. and
other items,

A little over 100 persons
attended the meeting and heard
Mr, Coward, Mr. Wood and other
speakers including J, Arthur,

cS a

A “READING ROOM” was re-
cently opened in Lower Horse
Hill on the »Glebe Land St.
Joseph’s for the benefit of mem-
bers of the Yi Men Christian
Association of this Parish.

Books in the Room at time of
the opening, were of “Religious”,
and secular knowledge, Dates for
reading are Thursday between
the hours of 7, 30 and 9. 30 p.m.
It has been learnt teat indoor
games will be played at the room
in the not too distant future. The
building is that of the former
S, Joseph’s Post Office and is un-
der the distinguished patronage
of the Rey, Rector Leonard C.

allalieu (Rector of St. Joseph's).
Among those present at the Open-
ing were;—Rev, L, C. Mallalieu,
Rev. Edward Gatherer, A. D.
Blackman, J. A. Mapp, F. M.
Jones, A. Newton, A. I, Lowe,
N, Sellman, A. I, Lowe and otheys.

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After a few days of rough sea,
fishing-boats at Bathsheba were
able to go out in full force. Some
boats were seen returning to
shore early in the day with some



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Germany Can
Produce More Goal

By ARTHUR J. OLSEN
WASHINGTON, Dee. 11.

There’s nothing wrong with
Germany's coal production that
vigorous co-ordinated action by
industry and Government eould
not correct,

Officials said the statement of
the Economic Co-operation Ad-
ministration official, Paul R, Porter
last week demanding a “change in
policy at the highest calibre in the
big coal producing countries” was
apparently not aimed at Western
Germany.

Porter singled out the United
Kingdom and Germany in par-
ticular in criticism of the Western
European nations for the “de-
pendence on the United States for
coal. Commenting on Porter's re-
marks, one informed U.S. official
said: “The problems of raising the
coal output in the Ruhr are well
enough understood. What appears
to be lacking is drive—particularly
on Federal Government level—to
get things done.”—U.P.



Pleven Wins Vote
Of Gonfidence

PARIS, Dec. 11.

Rremier Rene Pleven won a
vote of confidence jn the National

y on Tuesday night in a
test of the Government’s support
of the Schuman Plan to pool
Western Europe's coal and steel
resources,

Pleven won by an official vote
ot 877 to 240 — the strongest
vote of confidence since his
taking office almost six months
ago.

Pleven posed the confidence
vote to beat back the proposal by
the group of Independents which
would have postponed any de-
cision on the Schuman Plan for
four months,

Premier staked the life of
his right of centre coalition on
the issue so that the assembly
could go ahead with the vote on
whether to ratify the revolution-
ary project to pool the con-
tinent’s $4,000,000,000 heavy in-
dustry setup, —U.P.

Cook Reported
Too Much Income

QKLAHOMA City, Dec. 12.

A 39-year-old cook Wednesday
was sentenced to five years in a
Federal prison because he re-
ported too much income to the
Government, Records showed
that Leonard Parker Tulsa re-
ported income up to twenty times
what he earned and listed four
fictitious dependents to draw
handsome refunds.



He was finally caught after the ").

Internal Revenue Bureau paid
him nearly $2,000 in refunds for
four years. Judge W. R. Wallace
sehteneed Parker to five years on
each of sixteen counts of defraud-
ing the Goyernment.—(U.P.)

See them on
Show at
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because he could not afford two
return tickets. But the Finegold
family wound up with an un-
booked passenger aboard the liner
at La Guardia anyway, as a baby
Mrs. Betty
crossing

boy was born to
Finegold, 22
from Haifa,

Betty and Lao
Minnesota * went to
months ago.

But Betty who arrived on
Thursday here with her new baby
said, “i’s a wonderful country,
but it Was too hard. I guess we
were too used to the soft Ameri-
can Way of life’.
her husband
soon as he
passage.

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A would-be American settler in
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U.K. ARMY COLONEL
DENIES COURT
MARTIAL CHARGES

LONDON, Dec. 12,
A British Army Colonel
Wednesday denied court martial
charges that he was involved in

Five Hurt In Petrol
Station Explosion
a £20,000 deal to sell arms to the
Jewish armed forces in Palestine

MILWAUKEE, Dec, 13.
Pive people were hurt when
a petrol station and a tyre store
were wrecked in a big explosion
here last night. {
They were rescued by the Po-})
lice and firemen who had to \
burrow under piles of debris.
Broken glass was showered over]!
the district by an explosion, the]}
cause of which was a mystery.

—UP.
three years ago.

Colonel Thomas Gore, 44, form-
er Commander of the ammunition
depot near Haifa pleaded not
guilty to eight charges including
the accusation that he received
money from another officer in
connection with the sales,

Second Officer Major Ralph
Newman was cashiered and jailed
last month on charges of receiving

money for six scout car loads of
guns and ammunition.—wU.P.

MAIL NOTICES

MAILS for Br. Gulana by the Sch
ZITA WONWTA will be closed at the
General Post Office as under

Parcel
a.m.,
15th

and Registered Mails at 8.40
Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m. on the
December, 1961

MAILS for Grenada and Trinidad by
the M.V. C.L.M. TANNIS will be closed
at the General Pest Office as under
Parcel and Registered
m., Ordinary Mail at 9
15th December, 1961
MAILS for Dominica by the Sch. MAKY
FR CAROLINE will be closed
General Post Office as under}
Parcel and Registered Mails at 8.30
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"Friday, December 14, 1951

To Day We'll Know

WHAT will happen when the votes are
counted today? There is no one in Barbados,
not even those who refused to register or
who couldn’t be bothered to go to the polls
yesterday who is not anxious to know who's
in or which political party will have the
most seats in the new House of Assembly.

The answer to that question will be
known tonight and it is expected that re-
sults will start coming in about two p.m.
today. So much depends on how many
people voted yesterday and whether they
voted for one or two candidates.

If, for example, everyone in St. Michael
voted for two candidates 65,470 votes will
have to be counted today. in the last elec-
tions only 8,688 votes had to be counted. It
will take eight times as long to count St.
Michael's votes alone if every voter used
both votes. But this would be very surpris-
ing in view of the fact that only 8,688 votes
were cast in the 1948 elections out of a
possible total of 15,832. Previous voting
seems to suggest either that many voters
use one vote only or that not much more
than half of the registered voters take the
trouble to vote. What happened in St. t
Michael yesterday will be known today,
but there can be no great fight between
Labour and the Electors.

There are no independents standing for
St. Michael where the number of registered
voters has risen from 7,916 in 1948 to 32,735
in 1951. t

There can however be surprises in Christ
Church, In this parish 12,612 voters are reg-
istered as compared with 3,620 in 1948,
and there are three independent candi-
dates. Anything can happen in Christ
Church.

The next biggest electorate is to be found
in St. George but here the fight is between
Labour and Electors only with Labour
offering the greater number of candidates.
St. Philip is fourth with 7,146 registered,
a considerable increase on 1948’s figure of
2,348. But there are no dark horses in St.
Philip and Labour, Congress and Electors:
have each strong candidates. The results of
the St. Philip elections will be significant
but cannot be surprising since the chances
of the tHree main candidates are all high.

The City of Bridgetown is fifth in the
numerical alignment of voters, Yesterday
6,281 voters could have cast two votes each
as compared with 2,863 registered in 1948
when 2,871 votes were cast.

There are two independents standing for
the City and if there is heavy voting in’
Bridgetown the results might well surprise
many people, since it has been confidently
predicted that one seat will go to Labour
and one to the Electors.

St. James is next with 5,744 registered,
a considerable increase over 1,863 regis-
tered in 1948, but although it is possible
for Labour to win one of the seats in this
parish, the popularity of the two Electors
candidates will probably be responsible for
their return. In any case there are only
three candidates, so there can be no sur-
prises. ;

In St. John with 4,790 registered in 1951
compared with 1,280 in 1948 anything might
happen and with three independents ir the
field it probably will, but no one will be
surprised,

It would surprise a great number of.
people, however, if the electorate of St.
Peter showed a'swing against Labour whose
candidates seem, heavily entrenched. This
might happen ‘now that’ 4,333 people are
registered as compared with 1,576 last year.

In St. Thomas where 4,125 are registered
as compared with 1,655 in 1948 the betting
is so heavily in favour of the two Labour
candidates that it would be the biggest sur-
prise of the election if the Electors’ candi-
date were successful here.

No one knows what will happen in St.
Lucy where there was no contest in 1948.
Kut 7,850 votes could have been cast there
yesterday and there is one independent to
split the number that would otherwise have
gone to Labour or Electors. What happens
in St. Lucy may well decide whether one or
other of the two major parties will get that
majority necessary for the exercise of party
government,

In St, Joseph it would be more than a
surprise (it would be disaster) if Mr. Adams
was the one candidate of the three not to be
returned. But with 3,583 registered voters
instead of 1,199 who can say what could not
happen?

In St. Andrew 3,363 registered voters
might reverse the recent decision, to return
two Electors and might give St. Andrew
the same representation it had after the
elections in 1948 when only 1,517 were reg-
istered.

What happened yesterday we shall know
tonight but whatever the final results are
it looks very much as if we are going to
have quite a number of the old faces back
in the House of Assembly on Tuesday next
week, Whether any party will have a large
enough majority to work without a coali-
tion is another matter.

But that can wait for tonight’s verdict to
make plain.









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Devaluation Must Be A report on te covenan
Avoided |

By RONALD BOXALL

LONDON, Novy. 26.

Several eminent economists have
contributed during the past week
to the public debate on the future
of sterling in the modern world.
The cause of the crisis no longer
seems in doubt. In Professor
Lionel Robbins’ words

“We had been driving our car
through difficult post-war coun-
try with the steering gear out of
action, the wheels lashed rigidly
in one direction, our only means
of equilibration an occasional stop
every few months for the wheeis
to be unlashed and turned at an-
other angle—while Ministers stood
on the roof and delivered salu-
tary exhortations.”

In other words, we have been
going too far, too fast, and with-
out adequate economic safeguards,
We have been attempting the im-
possible,

By abandoning the link be-
tween domestic and external eco-
nomic policies we have beea
plunging headlong for disaster,
Post-war policy has tended to
treat internal stability and ex-
ternal solvency as separate objec-
tives, whereas, in fact, they are
closely joined,

Control over the internal eco-
nomy has in the past been exer-
cised mainly through the Budget
and the direct control of imvest-
ment, with the result that economic
policy has been based on predic-
tions which later facts have se!-
com borne out. To quote Pro-
fessor Robbins again, direct con-

trol has tended to be “behind
the gun.”
“The Times” supported Pro-

fessor Robbins’ contention that we
must adopt a more flexible policy
in offr economic affairs, Budge-
tary policy alone worked slowly
and at rare intervals, “When ai)
the stages of the framing and
consideration of estimates and the
lag between tax legislation and
tax receipts are taken into ac-
count, two years rather than one
probably represents the real cycle
of its operation.”

Internal inflation, barely con-
tained by direct controls, has now
broken loose, and we have begun
to witness an upward spiral of
wages and prices that threatens
our position as a great monetary
power,

In these circumstances it js
hardly surprising that the outside
world should fear another de-
valuation of the pound. Confidence



in the pound reached its lowest
ebb just before the General Elec-
tion and resulted in an alarming
rain on our external reserves

There are indications that confi-
dence is beginning to return, bot
the:e is still a lingering feeling
that despite the interim measures
proposed by Mr. Butler, nothing
thort of a further devaluation
will solve the payments crisis.

The first aim of policy must be,
therefore, to restore and main-
tain confidence in the pound at
its present exchange value. . This
is of p.ime importance not only
to the U.K. but to the whole ster-
ling area.

Various means of achieving this
aim have been suggested. Pivo-
fessor Robbins has stressed the
need for “a mechanism sensitive
to change from day to day and
therefore p:oducing adjustments
to adverse movements while they
are still small.”’ Such a mechanisin
must have full regard to the ex
ternal balance, “When in surp



expand; when in deficit contract”
There were many _ conceivable
variants, he said, but that must

be the chief rule of monetary sys-
tems which attempt to maintain
external balance at fixed rates

{ exchange, We must adopt that
tule ourselves if the pound was
not to drop still farther.

3ut though the immediate aim
of policy must be te re-establish
confidence in sterling, our long-
term aim must be to restore the
pound to full convertibility.. This
was the theme of a lecture by
Sir Cecil Kisch to a Common-
wealth gathering in London, this
week, :

Convertibility, he said,.was: de+
pendent on the establishment of
monetary control through the
restoration of the Bank of Eng-
land’s “discipline” over the volume
of credit, Once this was achieved,
the road to convertibility would
be clear.

The problem of convertibility,
however, is aggravated by the
existence of huge sterling bal-
ances. With each fresh decline in
the spending power of the pound
these balances deteriorate in
value, There are already signs
that some members of the sterling
area are dissatisfied with this
state of affairs, and even now it
may prove difficult to prevent
some breakaways. For this reason,
if for no other, a further devalua-
tion would prove disastrous,

While it is clear that the only
long-term .policy for sterling is

U.S. Scientists Deve lop New

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full convértibili y, the cohesion of

speedy action. One method of}
bridging the ditficult gap between
{xed parities and full converti-|
tility would be to institute a sys-
tem of flexible exchange rates!
for current transactions,

This course is favoured by Sir)
F.ederick ‘Leith-Ross, who has
suggested various ways in whicn
it. might be achieved, }

“It may be done,” he said, “by
eilowing transfers freely at the
official rate. But after the experi-
ence of 1947, it 1s probably, de-’
irable to adopt a more flexible
sysiem. If, in order to prevent a)
flight of B.itish capital the ma-|
hinery of exchange control nas to}
te maintained, the first step
might be to follow the Canadian’
example and to allow the rate of
exchange for permitted transac-|
tions to be ‘fixed by commercial!
demand. Or the system adepted
ty France, and Italy might be
t.ied, under which certain tran-
sactionis are carried through at
the official rates and others are
settled freely in the ‘parallel!
market,’

Sir Fretterick
difficulties. involved in any of
these sy§ems, but maintained
that if convertibility was ever t
be attained, an interim period of
flexibility, in some form, would
almost certainly be necessary. if
the IMF were to insist on rigid
parities, the date on which ‘cui ~-
encies could be made freely con-

recognised the

vertible would be _ indefinitely
postponed,
But though the need to work

towards full convertibility is gen-
erally recognised, not everybody
is agreed that it should be pre-
ceded by flexibility in exchange
rates, The Financial Times, for
instance, has pointed out that
flexible exchange rates are inap-

propriate to an economy like that ,;

of the U.K,

“The centre of an _ almost
world-wide, financial system has a
vested interest in the stability of
its exchange rates which out-
weighs any theoretical advantage:
which might result even from a
limited freedom,” it said.

Despite these differences in
methods of approach to the ex-
ternal pritblem, there is
agreement on the need to be-
gin with effective disinflationary |
policies at home. The alternative
might well be a further devalua-|
tion, and that must be averted at
all costs,

Caneer-Detection Device |

NEW YORK CITY.
A device to help medical men
detect cancer in its early stages,
when it can frequently be cured,

obtained from tissue secretions
from certain parts of the body are
spread on microscope slides and
stained with a fluorescent dye.

is being developed by scientists Cancer cells from the uterus and
at the Sloan-Kettering: Institute the lungs combine with more of

for Cancer Research
Memorial Center here,

The instrument, known as a mi-
crofluorometrie scanner, is intend-
ed to,be used in connection with
the Papanicolaou test for cancer
diagnosis.

The Papa test, as it is called for
short, was devised some time ago
by Dr. George N. Papanicolaou
of the Cornell University Medical
College in New York City. In
this test, fluids and tiny bits of
tissue that have been expelled
through natural body openings are
smeared on a glass slide and ex-
amined under a microscope for the
presence of cancer cells.

The technique takes advantage
of the fact that the cells shed by
a cancer into body fluids can be
identified just as a tree can be
identified by the leaves it sheds.
It has been particularly effective
in detecting cancer of the uterus
at an early stage when the rate
of cure is very high, It is also
used with success in detecting lung
cancer.

One drawback to wider use of
the Papa test is that it requires
highly skilled technicians to de-
tect the deadly cells in the great
mass of material normally cast off.
Often. thousands of cells must be
searched through before a cancer
cell is found,

Here is where the microfluoro-
metric scanner may be of help. It
is designed to make the cancer
cells show themselves.

This is what happens:

and

Cells

Our Readers Say:

Failure of WA. Team

To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,—Alnmiost everyone here has
been oceupied in a post mortem
examination on the failure of the
West Indies team in Australia, In
seven out Of ten cases the ver-
dicts were different while in the
remaining three cases the ver-
dicts were, “The, West Indies’
fielding let them down in each
of the first two Tests.”

Before the end of the third
day's play in the second test
everyone was saying, “Once again
the West Indies’ team showed
their inability to press home an
advantage,” and when the game
was: fifally won and lost, “The
apparent unconquerable Austra-
lians displayed the acme of ten-

acity,. resilence, courage, and
eventually @merged unconquered
from a position which should

have afforded the same West In-
dies’ team, to nail them down.”

Competent judges of this bril-
liant summer game are still of
the opinion that the Ashes will
be taken to the West Indies. The
Australians have scored two suc-
cessive wins over their oppo-
nents who are not one whit be-
hind them in any department
with the exception of Fast-
bowling. The fielding can be
improved. Here in Australia
there are the rumours
of the West Indies’ team being
disjunctive but this is false. Ray
Lindwall ,won the first test for
Australia, and Keith Miller and
little Lindsay Hassett won the
recond test for them Without
the aid of Frankie Worrell’s con-
sistent recklessness and the con-
stant disregard of their cricketing
abilities (Walcott and Rae) Aus-

the this dye than do normal cells from

these sites, the scientists explain,
Consequently, when longwave ul-
traviolet rays are shone on the
cells, each stained cell gives off
light but the cancer cells give off
more light — two or three times
more, This light emission can be
measured by a microphotometer

Whether cancer cells from other
parts of the body, such as the
etomach and intestines, react in a
similar way is still being studied.

Dr. Robert C. Mellors and Dr.
Reuben Silver, the scientists who
are developing the new appara-
tus, hope it wil make it easier to
test large numbers of people for
certain types of cancer,

Most, cancer can .be ,cured if
discovered and treated early
enough. This project is another
example of unending research
efforts being made by scientists
of the free world to save human
life and relieve suffering
through the conquest of disease.

(RESEARCH; DISEASES).
More Medical Students In U.S.
Attracted to Family Medicine
Winston-Salem, North Carolina
An increasing proportion of new
doctors in the United States are
entering the general practice of
medicine instead of specializing in
a particular branch, The general
practice of medicine itself is be-
coming a leading medical specialty,
& prominent doctor says.
Dr. Wingate M. Johnson of the
Powman-Gray School of Medigine,
ae
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tralia, would have been two down
instead of two up. The term
Genius is ill-used when it is
placed near Frankie Worrell’s
name. No Genius would do the
same thing wrong four times. The
G’s Goddard and Gomez have
proved themselves more terrible
than the W’s Worrell and Walcott.
Weekes is undoubtedly the most
brilliant batsman I have ever
seen, and I have seen Bradman,
Compton, Headley, Merchant,
Hammond, Hazare and many
others, When I first saw Ever-
ton Weekes bat he scored only
five runs; but the next innings of
50 was worth over 100.

With a poorer fielding team
than the Australians Everton
Weekes could score as many as
400 runs in any one day.

NEXT WEEK — By Pen Friend
in Australia. P

AUSTRALIAN.

Vegetable Planting

SIR,—I as a Conservative, have
no wish to hurt Mr. Chase's
chances of his representing the
City in the House of Assembly in
fhe coming session, but must
certainly take exception to one
thing he said as is reported in
his speech at Baxters Road, as
follows.

“With regard to the food situa-
tion Government should again
insist on landowners. planting a
certain amount of their land in
vegetables and provisions. It
was a very igrave mistake to have
allowed the law in this comnec-
tion to lapse.”

May I ask Mr. Chase when that
order was issued? The planters
are still planting their full quota
of food crops, the. spring potato

crop 3 years ago was slightly re-

here reports this trend toware |
more “family doctors”. He spoke |
recently before a meeting of 1,500
general practitioners, gathered tc |
study the latest advances in the |

diagnosis and treatment of dis-| States is that the right of complaint by in-

eases. |
)» The American Medical Associa-
tion, a private organization of more |
than 147,000 doctors, has been en-
couraging the practice of family |
n.edicine. Medical schools also are |
advising more students to go into |
general practice. During the past |
five years the proportion of stu-|
aents planning’to become genera)
practitioners has steadily increased |
as has the number of internships |
set aside for them in hospitals. |
Qf the current graduating class at
the Bowman-Gray School for ex- |
ample, more than two-thirds plan ,
to go into..family medicine, Dr. |
Johnson says. |

Throughout the country post- |
graduate courses are being de-|
signed forjfamily doctors to keep |
them abreast of latest develop-
ments in Medicine. An increasing
number medical books and |
journals» dre now published for |
their benefit.

The Anterican Academy of Gen- |
eral Practice, formed in 1947, has |
become the second largest medical
organization in the United States.
Dr. Johns@n points out that this
crganization maintains high pro-
fessional standards by requiring
its members to keep abreast of
medical progress, They must com-
plete 150 hours of postgraduate |
college work each three years.
Members who do not do their post-
graduate work are dropped from
the organization,(PHYSICIANS).

|
|
|

duced, because there was such al
glut on the market, that they
had to be sent to the Lancaster
Processing Factory to be used as
stock#feed at a very low figure,
and .with a great loss to the
estate, food =e are still being
planted under Government order
and Control. Only last week an
owner was prosecuted for short
planting and a conviction fol-
lowed. Politicians should get
correct facts, and not make state-
ments which are not correct. This |
kind of thing often happens in,
debates in the Assembly also.
Yours faithfully,
PLANTER,

Waiting For Inspection
SIR,— Several fisherman, my-
self included, whose boats
suffered damage in the recent
bad weather on the Leeward
coast are still waiting for inspec-
tors from the Fisheries Depart-
ment to come and’ assess the
damage to the boats.

We appreciate that the
Department is very busy at the}
moment, but we must point out
that unless the assessment is
made soon, and help is given to
us to’ repair the boats, we will
not be able to go fishing this|
season. FISHERMAN.

Wrong Name

SIR,—May I draw your atten-|
tion to the fact that in your issue!
of today (Saturday, December |
8th) my name appeared amongst |
the subscribers! to your fisher-|
men’s relief fund as: Robert Van|
Doyle; whereas, gentlemen, I am,

Yours truly,

ROBERT VAN DEN BERGH.
“The Folly”

St. James,

Barbados, B.W.!
December 8.





OF HUMAN RIGHTS

By ELEANOR ROOSEVELT

IN THE tast meeting of the Human Rights |
the sterling are. may call for more} Commission in Geneva, Switzerland, the five |

weeks were spent in trying to carry out the
mandate given to the Commission by the
Fifth General Assembly. The most difficuit

|assignment was undertaken first. The Gen-

eral Assembly has said that the Economic
and Social Rights must be written into the
iurst Covenant.

The’ position of the United States up to
that time had been that these rights were
of a different nature from the Civil and Poli-
tical ones and therefore should be in a sep-
arate document, but we loyally tried to co-
operate. We ended, however, by supporting
the “ndian resolution which would have re-
quested the Economic and Social Council to
ask the General Assembly to reconsider their
decision and to allow these rights to be in a
separate document instead of being in this
first Covenant. This resolution was defeated

ind so the work as it was-done at the last
Human Rights Commission meeting will go
to the Sixth General Assembly (which
opened in Paris, November 6, 1951) to leave
it to that body to decide whether they will
finish the first covenant or whether they will
cimply discuss it and send it back to the
Human Rights Commission for further con-
sideration.

There is material on which work has been
cone which would permit Committee Num-
er 3 of the General Assembly to finish the
document if they wished to spend the time,
but they may well decide that after a short
Rights Commission do some further work on
his Covenant and return it to them in a
nore finished condition. The method of im-
lementation for Economic and Social Rights

Jas a reporting system, but no decision was

eached as to whether measures of implemen-
tation previously written for the Civil and

full| ‘’olitical rights, and revised in this last ses-
Human Rights Commission,

sion of the
-hould be applicable to both Civil and Poli-

+:
Mi

«pplicable to both types of rights. This de-
cision may well be made by the Genera!
Assembly.

The question which lies closest to the
hearts of the non-governmental organiza-
tions is the question of, individual petition.

‘They were much disappointed to have this

again rejected by the Human Rights Com-
mission. The feeling on the part of the United

ternational organizations and_ individuals
should be presented in a separate protocoi

, which should be ratified by the states as they

feel able.

The Soviet, of course, are against all im-
plementation machinery, considering that
this is interference in the internal affairs o!
states and violates their sovereignty and is
therefore not permissible under the Charter.
The other states did not consider it in quite
the same light and therefore the majority
still felt that a state by state complaint sys-
tem is probably all that can be achieved as a
beginning.

The Federal-State Clause was not discussed
or settled at this last Commission meeting

though the General Assembly had asked that
a study be made of this article. I think it was

}generally felt among the menibers of the

Commission that they had worked hard but
the task had been gigantic and they could not
lope to complete in the time allotted. Dr.
charles Malik of Lebanon was an able chair-
man and I think he achieved the maximum
cooperation possible among the Commission
members.

One off the greatest difficulties, of course,
lay in the different interpretation of the
word “rights”, Many of the underdeveloped
countries look upon the Economic and Social!
Rights as more important than the Politica)

| and Civil Rights, and they want to state each

one as a moral right even though they know
that it may take them some time before these
rights are achieved.

For the United States and for a number of
other nations, a treaty once ratified, becomes
the supreme law of the land is a legal right
not just a moral one. This makes for great
complications in the effort to word these
Economie and Social Rights so they would
satisfy the two groups who had different con-
ceptions of the use of the word “right”. I am
sure as it now stands we are none of us en-
tirely satisfied but we can feel we have pro-
vided a basis on which Committee Number
3 can either decide to write the Covenant
itself, or to discuss the material provided
and give its advice to the next meeting of the
Human Rights Commission.

The Preamble to the Universal Declar-
ation cf Human Rights, seesing the premise
for the Articles adopted, is as follows:

WHEREAS recognition of the inherent
dignity and of the equal and inalienable
rights of all members of the human family is
the foundation of freedom, justice and peace
in the world. h

WHEREAS disregard and contempt for
human rights have resulted in barbarous acts
which have outraged the conscience of man-

|kind, and the advent of a world in which

human beings shall enjoy freedom of speech
and belief and freedom from fear and want
has been proclaimed as the highest, aspira-
tion of the common people.

WHEREAS it is essential, if man is not to
be compelled to have recourse, as a last re-
sort, to rebellion against tyranny and oppres-

‘sion, that human rights should bé protected
| by the rule of law,

WHEREAS it is essential to promote the
development of friendly relations between

nations,
‘



eal, and Economie and Social rights and
\vhether the reporting system should also be



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Gn 1952!

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Kraft Cheese
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Scalded Raisins .18 per Ib
Hams in tins

Salmon

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Haddock

Kippers

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 14,



R.E.C. Endorse Tax Relief Resolution

1951

MEETING ENDS

THE Regional Economic
ness yesterday afternoon,

Committee concluded its busi-

The Committee endorsed the resolution recently passed



BARBADOS ADVOC



ATE



Will Get Telephones
@ From Page !

Mr. Maile said that a 456

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ASTHMA

Exchange at St. James was opened
has

e e e f, , , /
by the Trinidad Chamber of Commerce on the subject of per underground cable wil) alse Sow ease the stra JO ds
ax relief for pi ri stries, whi . a } ~ 1Sl bé run from the St. Lawrence ‘ wo t in in secon Se
tax me ief for plone: industries, which reads as follows:— Exchange towards Oistins
“Whereas this Colony and = "(Phe iy enidienatic Tale » choking Asthma makes
other colonies of the British TH RTY-THREE Swedith cadets of the Merchant Navy p The new, automatic Telephone W guap fec breath, one tg

West Indies have enacted leg-
islation to encourage the estab-
lishment

Montse’ ar got their first glimpse of Barbados yesterday as the Swedish on Sunday, November 4. It cabin tn the sine on
t training ship Sunbeam sailed into Carlisle Bay from Stock-

an ultimate capacity of 400 num-

ahd development of ; , ~ : ae” cates Se ‘ igi strain quickly and effectively. Remem-
new industries and have made Had /A Good holm via Falmouth, Funchal and Dakar, French West Africa, Bers which js en —— i. ber, it is thie strain on the system which ,
as the chief inducement pro- The Sunbeam has been here three times before. murabere abe connected ; constitutes the biggest danger from =
visions for relief from income Most of the cadets, whose ages range between 15 and 20, © He said that the Company has

tax to persons establishing fac-
tories in connection with such
indusiries and also income tax

Cotton Crop



are making their first sca voyage. Captain Tore Hagstroin
said “they have experienced the hard side of seamanship on

a major expansion programme
mecluding a large Exchange in the



wow?
— AS

Asthma |
Bphazone contains several healing



“ ; ' ; : 7 Upner Collymore Rock—Brittons agents which dissvive the strangling

relief to shareholders in such ener tee cee; o — his voyage and are hardening up all so fast. Hill area. This will greatly | germ-laden accumulations in zr

enterprises; - year ha Sunb.am encountered bad relieve the Bridgetown Exchange : t t
And whereas this inducement been very favourable and we weather every day and night since ee be teh one Ps and provide telephone facilities bronchial tubes, and in this way promotes casy, normal thing.
of negative value th to were lucky to escape the | hurri- She left Dakar for barbados. “'"” > «demand oe Finnish ana the over the Worthing, Hastings, Pine The Ephazone teeauncit is so simple too! l,othing to inject,

manufacturers in the United C4es, hence the crops par‘icular- Along with the rough “breaking ‘vO vmeer enguusn ana ait Hill, Collymore | Rock. Wildy nothing to inhale. No matter how swiftly or unexpectediy the

Kingdom who might wish to ly thet of cotton, have given satis- in” the weather g_ve some of the ©¢Ts On Qoard are Swedisn. Few Kents, Clapham, Rockley and attack comes, there is always time to check Asthma with Ephazone.

establish pioneer industries in factory results,” Hon'ble D. R. cadet, they lost their “beloved” ® ‘1 crew speak English, Rendezvous areas. It is going to id relief from Asthma, Bronchitis and Bronciidal Catarrh,

the Colony and to United King- Walwyn told the Advocate yester- W. M. WOODHOUSE third officer Enok Rane who died ‘"€ Sumbeam is expected to be a large and expensive pro- For repid re a ee ee See

dom investors in such indus- mc we ie j suddenly while the ship was in *â„¢d 4 ree Sne is ex- gramme, always keep a supply of Ephazone tablets handy!

tries, owing to the application r. alwyn 1s reasurer of e position 6.20 degrees north, 30.54 &*¢°ea W leave Barbados on Thurs- — ye

of the Income Tax Acts in the Mon verrat and _ the colony's iscusse degrees west and the chief officer “-Y homeward bound via Vene- BP NG NN NG NNN NA FOR ASTHMA AND BRONCHITIS TAKE

United Kingdom which nullify delegate attending the Regional ; Magmusson was sen: back home 7“@/@, Haiti, Martimique, St. Bar- s

the , benefits loca]

legislation;

provided by

Economic Committee Meeting at
Hastings House.

Hurricane

to Stockholm from Dakar after he
had taken jll with a bad stomach,

t.olomew and the Azores, The

ciuse will take six months,

XMAS




EPHAZ@NE



Be it resolved: That this He said that prep:rations dre Sor ane ae . nea Oh wg rom is also aveine
Chamber urges Government to being made for the 1952 cotton . ns” @ le cadets witnessed Barbados for the first time. e istered chemists, If any difficulty, t
make strong representations to Cfop which will be started early Programme for the first time a burial at sea. belongs to the Royal Navy ol “ ee ee at's aon. write tor
His Majesty’s Government. to in February. ; “Good old Rane (54 he was) has Sweden, bu: was transferred te GIF TS P.O, Bex 403, Bridgetown.
consider the granting of\in- Coton, he said, is the staple Mr. W. M. Woodhouse, Building been on the Sumbeam for four make this cruise for six months. | ip
come tax relief in the United product upon which the economy Development Adviser to the Y©@"S and he was the pet of the He hes been training officers in thel
Kingdom to those persons or of the island is based and it is Comptroller for Development and ship” the cap ain said. Rane was Swedish Navy since the war in
companies which can satisfy hoped that the same acreage as Welfare, returned to Barbados on “T@PPed in the Swedish flag and 1939. Before the war, he was an
His Majesty's Government that lert year will be cultivated. Pro- Wednesday evening by B.W.1A,, C°Temoniously buried from the officer in the Merchant Navy. at |
they have established pioneer duction will however depend after paying visits to Jamaica and Wa&rter deck after sunset, He “I! have been wai ing for a visi!

industries in the colonies

that they are bona fide invest-

ors in such industries.”

The Committee considered a
paper circulated by the Trinidad
delegation on the subject of the
effects on the British Caribbean
Area of the United Kingdom Pak-
istan Trade Agreement. It was sug-
gested that the manner of nego-
tiating this Agreement was in

ing their trade relations.
No Decision
No firm decision was reached on
the appointments of the various
posts which the Committee has to
fill, and these will be determined
finally at a meéeting to~be con-

upon weather conditions,

“The tomato crop is now in pro-
gress and reaping is expected ‘o
take place in January and Feb-
ruary next year for export to
Canada.

“The last tomato crop w.s very
satisfactory and as far as weather
conditions permitted, it looks as if
they are going to have another
good crop this year”,

were put on sale on September 17,
include $1.20, $9.49 and $4.80 one
to eight cents, 12. 24, and 60 cents.



S. Africa’s Chief

Trinidad,

In Jamaica, he said, he had dis-
cussed proposals for the revisicn
of the Building Bye Laws with
particular reference to the in-
‘orporation * of hurricane pre-
‘autions. In this, he was associated
witb Mr, F. D, Banning who had
come from the U,S.A., by arrange-
ment with the Economic Co-opera-
ion Administration and the

is hoped, will open next month.
At this factory, it is intended to
produce 100,000 tons of first class
cement per annum at a cost less
than that being paid for imported
cement. This, he said, is likely to
have a far reaching effect on the
methods of construction now used

died on duty on the ship's deck
early a ‘norning while rain and
heavy squalls pounded the Sun-
beam.

Captain Haggtrom and Second
Officer Blom are the only two
officers on the Sunbeam. Also on
board are a ship’s carpenter, two
engineers, a chief steward and two
cooks and a sail maker who were
hired to make the cruise with the



took six stitches. The left eye
was also swollen and he was de-
tained for observation.

Dr. Kuezynski said that this
injury could have been caused
by a stone used with great force
on the left side of the temple,

Harold Collins said on Novem-

to the West Indies all my life and
I have only now got the chance”,
he said. He was so anxious for i
visit to the West Indies because
he has been reading American
magazines which said that the
West Indies had a mild climate
throughout the year. He wanted
to see the ‘beautiful islands” that
he read about.

Yesterday was warm, the crew

WEATHERHEAD NS: |
z 4 \

—that are splendid tokens of
Bathe Xmas spirit of goodwill,
Bana that are certain to be

appreciated.

RAR ARETE 4





We stock only the Best

CORD & RIBBON

XMAS TREE DECORA-
TIONS

BUBBLE LIGHTS ETC.

CAROM BELLODYIA
$14.00, $20.00, $27.50

“CAROM SWEET PEA”
$36.00



HARRISON'S BROAD STREET
-OPTIMUSâ„¢





certain’ respects open to criticism, Improved Fina Development z are Organi. °@4ets. complained, and they were taking 1 Pressure No finer
a tat the sacrifice of ee en Mr. Welwyn said Ee nennotal sation a the oes herder ent the sun on their bare backs while = EAU DE COLOGNE | Pressure
eral clause granting preferential aonditions j r oe aa During his visit We te e they lashed par‘ of the Sunbeam’s 1: in esiiien di 2h eh ieidaate | Stoves
rights to the Colonies, while ieeead aa era ache also hat sihetedtie chastton oe Fined £4, For 1,800 square yards of sail to the = The ren || oe
the general clausc in sc - forward to making some improve- hurricane rehousing programme ? booms. ‘wt | as ad
Pakistan was retained, was Nable jonts in the social services of the {or which His Majesty’s Govern- ® While the ship is in port, the n wonderful preseniation ' mage
to have damaging effects on the colony generally ment is now giving assistance vy ] arm eodets will go through the routine Bottles, | illustrated the
appre tated y it not have been “whe Government has completed ™eans of grants and loans to the of Caliting Aid Raeene Uyeis Sane 4711 in Bl ad Gold | ——
appreciated 2v ne persons ne- § seat. it y tdead ;. extent of over $10,000,000, Ge ; clean, drilling, rowing and swim- 1 in ue an 0 |
gotiating the Agreement on the *. Very ine school — ro $ Mr. C. L. Walwyn Acting Po- aan eT ¥ BR «$1.20, $2.00, $2.64, $3.12, Roarer Patt = be
part of the United Kimgdom and Yeur pic pier’ are pians afoot ie said that it is intended to lite Magistrate of District “A $4.32, $6.00 oe
dependencies The Committee °° on - esaraon | of a new conbtsust <8" lathe’ Huribes (v6e yesterday imposed a fine of £4 bi $7.53 and
- Pr ; : 7 secondary school building which ee . to be paid in 21 days or two! 7 !
recommended that strong repre~ *" SE houses in the rural areas by means ’ “a ne r TOSOA 4711 i cheapest
sentatiohs should be made ta dis Will be started next yor. cf the “self help method.” while poems Be pm pe or ange hess AMAS PAPER e 4/6, 8/-, 14/- |; Silent Type
Majesty’s Government regarding Elections l.cuses in the urban areas are like- Gand St ichaal for inflicting | . re ra
the manner in which the Agree- _ Montserrat expects to have her ly to be built by ‘contractors. hodily arsn.on Harold Collins Gat RiceD 4711 3/6, 5/6, 84 | $7.91
ment had been negotiated and the General Elections in February £pecial workshops and stores are November 30 7 gp Dourle Blue Gold 4711 |
apparent disregard of British next year under the new Adult 1) be set up for this programme ; 9 $4.32. $6.60. $8.00 |!
West Indian interests which had Suffrage system. The new Con- which will be under the general Beckles pleaded guilty to the Rr $2.40, $4.32, $6.60, $8.00, | !
taken place, Reference was made stitution Rill has not yet been supervision of a Hurricane Hous- charge. Medical evidence was = $7.50, $9.00, $10.00 j
to the paragraph in the report passed but it is hoped that this ing Committee, as distinct from given by Dr. Kuezynski who said PY ; ' | (Nickel Plated)
of the Committee’s first meeting will fake place in January. the Central Housing Authority of that he examined Collins on No- > Also |
i which stated that it was of vital The colony has just issued a Jamaica. vember 30 at the General Hospi- | . > > : Og
importance to territories in the new set of postage stamps, the w . ‘ . aan tal Casualty, There was a deep » hr PERFUME | 200 CANDLE POWER ............. 0.550505: $26.96
area that they should be repre- design of which is very attractive. hile in Jamaica, he inspected cut about two inches in length on “ pon OF QUALITY | ‘ : io f
sented in all negotiations affect- ‘The values of the stamps which the new cement factory which it the left side of the head and this also TINSEL 7 300 CANDLE POWER 2.0... cece cess cece eens $28.63

(Table Models)

{ “ € 7 i ; € 2 @ “re
vened in April yore a eee U.N, Delegate in the colony, ber 30 about 7.80 p.m. he was on Very Low Prices ape, ebout 2 dozen different SINGLE BURNER (0c) oc ic kod ae $14.84
focmetl Papi raid. nF, fully d Another interesting develop- Bay Land and was passing near | At Your Jewellers =
ee eee y ment is the manufacture of some men who were gambling in 3 : *
meet. the ‘requirements of these | Ordered Homte ieeisea” consete mien a noe some men who were gambling in| e DOUBLE BUBNER 60. $25.35

important posts; they thought it
essential that a most careful
choice should be made, preferring





PARIS, Dec. 13.
_ South Africa Thursday ordered
its head U.N. delegate home for



being undertaken in Jamaica,
On his way back to Barbados,





















dropped a 60 cent coin. This coin |
he picked up but when he had

passed Beckles he received a blow!



Y. De LIMA BRUCE











































































that there should be a certain P Mr. Woodhouse stopped at Trini- ° ‘ : : |
delay rather than that hasty consultations over the question dad where he had diactssions om the left side of te head and | & CO LTD AY WEATHERHBAD'S LID All Goods made of the finest materials and
appointments be decided on. ‘To « _ trusteeship Fe. for south-west with the Governor Sir Hubert| ihe iis Ges he’ Tiina sibel? Wee e a5 oO LIV. |
ensure that there should be no json ip — ee vc spa Min- Rance, and other government jn" the Hospital. Before he got! PNGKONN GN GA DROKGS every complete item is examined and tested
lapse in the Committee's activi- jeaye for Capetown within a to officials regarding certain regional the blow he looked around and | “aM NPA GAN DNDN
ties. arrangements are being put days is away, his deeanti a vi building projects including the oo Beckles with a stone in his| by experts before it leaves the factory.
in hand for Mr. Raymond Norris not attend Generale” Aoawakty ee Eastern Caribbean Farm jana, an ’
of the Development and Welfare sessions, nsutute, Before imposing the fine Mr. ! 7
Organisation to be seconded to However South Africa will Walwyn told Beckles that he ae 7 Pee re 9 FF a
the Committee until the next continue to be represented on all ‘ h a’ pleaded guilty to a serious charge. % Bow A BB us ) |
conference. U.N. Committees except the nk He was lucky that he did not &
The Committee sent a message Trusteeship Committee. Tallulah Ba ead s kill the man with the stone. | a IT’S HERE AGAIN !! ) ; bin. LOGAL
to His Majesty the King, reaffirm- South Africa has boycotted the id Ch a Stak, ot om taing @ serio view. of & = HARRISON
ing their loyalty to the Throne, Trusteeship Committee for three Maid arge it this and the wound was describ- nn” a DISTRIBUTORS
congratulating His Majesty on his weeks claiming that the ques- d ed asa serious one,” Mr. Walwyn a a BROAD STREET
rec y and hoping to see him tion of South-west Africa's Lare ‘old Beckles.
in aR Whee Indies next vear ye a is not under U.N. juris- Gran eny | = URINA ILK OW 5 { —_=—= s/s ———
The Committee’s deliberations @iction. RK. Dec. 13 ' og : :
were concluded with a vote, of ,, Members of the 60-member Defence pean for Tallulah Remanded = a | OOOO OSTA SV ODVIIT OOOO TE
thanks to the Chairman. , een oe ard ee been Bankhead’s former maid secre- 5, 1% 3
ala at south- ' Masihalte | asian al r bee
replaced under U.N. trusteeship, Cary bette ie tsotae_ as Gt dereson, Oy Micheal (wan yes- jg H. Jason Jones & Co, Ltd—Distributors me |x ” y
4 Ss i, ‘ : ‘aiaa - ‘,
| Put On Bond Ss. tag canendet the Srn‘aeniea mii for mse ry remanded mt Bac | al i €8e f :
i i ots ae tress fire e de ' 3 > aa t
Mr. G. B. Griffith Acting Police i a hee ee ear Evyleer Cronin 59, after charges of wounding Lemuel ae ene ee ce ol ee Saegtaas & J §
Magistrate of District “A” yes- South Africans walked out of she allegedly raised sums on Miss Maynard with a knife and ad BSaea_enoaa x .
terday placed Allan Turton of the Committee when the body Bankhead’s cheques amounting ceny of a quantity of yams the) —~— ~ - ne ———_——-————- &
Martindale's Road, St. Michael decidéd to invite several south. to thousands of dollars. property of H. A. Farmer on De-| lool a % y
on a bond for six months in the west African tribal chiefs to The 48 year old actress charges cembér 12, at %
sum of £10 for stealing a wrist Paris to present their views on that the defence effort to link her Get %2.. King Whats prosecut- . i tote berth
watch valued at £4.3.4 the the subject. "private life with “booze, cocaine itor the Police. opposed bail | if mere Week
property of Lester Watson. The territory of 317,725 square and sex” was part of a blackmail 8 or ON GO) Corbin hus a r 1% ( 36
The offence was committed on miles, has a population of 360,000 plot to keep the case from going $e e a ‘ t ' RED ROSE TEA —1/4 lbs. 40 a
October 26. mostly native.—(P) "to trial.—(C.P.) A anata thy a % RED ROSE TEA—'z lbs. 4 41
| % CONDENSED MILK—per_ tin bi : 31
im IMPERIAL VIENNA SAUSAGES-—per tin is =
Tea? or * t | % ENGLISH POTATOES—per 10 Ibs a 8
Vrat< rima’s | 1% FLOUR—per 6 Ibs. 51 oS .3
; ° “ ’ | CORN MEAL—per 6 lbs 72 35 .
~ n
or that S cial Occasion then youll buy a I$ KRAFT CHEESES Ib, pro, ie §
| % BIDDY'S ASPARAGUS SOUP—per tin a
? i » LETONA GREEN PEA SOUP—per tin 33e Q
; ry arts! * FRENCH CASTILLON WHITE MUSHROOMS—per tin 54c. — &
é s FRENCH CLAS VERDET ASPARAGUS—per lg tin $1.56
* B.G. CASSAREEP—per bottle Bac.
WHITE COTTON TABLE DAMASK ; i APRICOT PIE FILLING—per tin 400.
“ ” ; s
' $2.04 & $2.16 . » \8 STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. g
54 inches wide, per yard............- ° a be in A s °
z tT a aaeeaemenasine vaitindiacbittindisianiidiin 3
; * ; e wa
WHITE DAMASK TABLE CLOTHS dary chin ok Gink spornromennerrrene errr nnernrrers Sts
every y a ay me .
.
more and more people dis- & es , %
TRH WE FO MOON i rice evs ta vege eter eae ee $4.64 shag! Galles ce are» : Gust on Lime A Christmas ne
gs GR TO ACH 20... ieee cece enon enone $4.26 VAT ORMAN'S x
+
$
bo RM OR OOO i ie kee ced tense ne cicews $3.47 Piibhie tha. Work ies % 4 x
f op ME GME 05 8a eb o's on ods oe ce Reed ob $3.21 for théir master craftsman- g Aheloy x
4 ship and beauty, WATER- x , 3
NG + a : x
: COLOURED BORDER DAMASK CLOTHS MAN'S pens are sold in a $ -uden, Ss %
; comrie.e range of styles and ‘
‘ individual writing points . X

4 52 x 52 each .......... 0) ane ¢ .

: in Gold, Blue, Green—52 x 52 each ... $3.02 SAE caner booms esd 3 GIFT SETS >

‘ FANCY TABLE CLOTHS 54 x 72 each .... $4.11 every purse, Each pen with % ‘

‘ , a l4-carat gold point! ° th der & :
} RS a Es Sik le 2 a0 65-6 6 eb albe 9088 $1.77 : Dusting Powde
\ ‘ower Mist Lotion
PER IIR oho. bezels coyaces coabvyoree $1.74 Flower Mist Lot 3
“ *
| % usting Powder & Soap %
ney > %
i (0 LID » Dusting Powder & Soap 8
& ‘ .
CAVE SHEPHERD & CO0., LID. Fe ewes ie :
x aS >
* P j . x
y) % Obtainable only at... wo, { oloke. © ‘
10, 11, 12 & 13 Broad Street ‘yo a Waterman , x mg S
%

’ ents . ‘6 %
| ‘ F gxonas ouant, us chee) * KNIGHTS DRUG STORES §
i a ‘

- , y
i mo aie cata tliat tree = aman YOO COOOCOOSOOPOO VS OOS PALLETS
; a
A 4 j

Perea




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14,000 miles, Battery, one week old tyres
good. Owner would sell or exchange for



FOR SALE

AUTOMOTIVE

CAR Pord Prefect 1960 Model, done





_——

BARBADOS ADVOCATE
PUBLIC SALES PUMLIC NOTICES FOK RENT







REAL HSTATH NOTICE

PARISH OF CHRIST CHURCH Tt consists of

vergndah, drawing and dini

r three



rooms,



























17 High Street, Bridgetown, on Friday, This serves to inform the Taxpayers


















































DIED arger Car. Phone Farmer 8408 21 7 s na the General Pubic
1 peep fo ee Oey SE Donte, Wht, Ot ate PATRON BMcCARTY of “The| MALT. — Cattlewash. For January,
RDEY: On December 13, 1951 at her| “ZyE™ 46 shates — Knights ‘Limited, Haven”, Church Village, St. Joseph, has | F ra poe. ae: eS oe
daughter's residence Brereton's Vil- AR—Vauxhall Velox (P.55) 10,000) 289 shares — B'dos Fire Insurance Co,| beer appointed Assessor, to take effect) he cye J am tie
lage, St. Philip, Caroline Edey. Her] ™iles as good as new. Offers received.| 566 shares — B’dos Shipp'‘ng & Trad-|from the ist January, 195@ z etn
funeral will leave the above residence | J. Bethel, Hopewell,, St. Thomas. Dialling Co. Limited (cum New Issue A. T. KING,
at Par ure 74 shares — BY : 14.1 —
Louise Forde (Daughter), Clifford,| CARS: One (1) 1939 Chrysler Royal,| 210 oa wi a Refine? Lie
Aubrey, Alexander, Charles,| One (1) 1039 Nash fixed head soupe, | ited. " NOTICE
James (Sons), Nellie and Hilda] Phone £380 13.12. 51—34 210 shares — W.I. Biscuit Co., Limited. t
(Grand children), Cyril Forde For further particulars and conditions PARISH OF St. JOSEPH | \) 3 Burner Florence Oil Stove
(Son-in-law ELECTRICAL of sale, apply to: All Taxes owing to this parish, and (1) Pheonix Vacuum Cleaner
Slwa. oni. o : oe ee COTTLE CATFORD & CO. not paid by the 27th nents 1951, will @ on — pene? nes
yIs: n 12th December 1931, at her a 9.12.51—5n, | be collected according to law phone ickup. in
residence Alexandrian Court, Whit-+ aa ete Apply or east A. T. KING, vondition. Dial 3503
Park, Annette Laura Her funeral | ings Fr 14.12.51 Parochial Treasurer, St. Joseph. ; 12.12.51—2n,
took place from the residence of her eee rs AUCTION 14.12.51—3n 1
daughter Mrs. Marie Bayley, St RADIO: One PHILCO 9 tube modei
Michael's Lodge, St. Michael's Row,| condition as new No reasonable offer By instructions received. I will offer for
at bs P i. 2 reer a Na refused. The Standard Agency (B'dos.) | Sale at McEnearney & Co, Garage on Fri-
a, BETA wrerca” wacmnes’ | O° 4 Swan Street. Dial Seep dan, 1th at 2 Dra. (1) One 1960 Morrie GOVERNMENT NOTICES
14.12.51 gnpes 12.12,51—2n) Oxford Sedan Car, in perfect working


















IN MEMORIAM







$5 in goods and with your cash bill

you get a guess-coupoh: how many
screws in a jar? You can win an
EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop

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



in perfect condition
splicer; extra 4 inch lens and religious





PUPPIES—Just in time for Xmas Gift
S male Cocker Pups pure bred, fat and
lively. Phone 95247

A Bell & Howell, 16mm sound Projector
Also a winder; a







11,12.51—Tn



‘| James Street



order only reason for selling, Owner leav-
ing the island Terms Cash on the fall
of the Hammer R. Archer McKenzie,
Auctioneer 11.12.51—4n

Attention is drawn to the Control of Prices (Defence) (Amend-
ment) Order, 1951, No, 37 which will be published in the Official







tins 19¢, per 3} 02, tin

on Friday 2ist December
at 1 o’clock, the following :— Several
16 ft lengths of large sized railway iron,
everal lengths of medium sized rail-
way iron, a collection of scrap lead,
several 2 gallon jars, @ collection of old
telephone boxes, a lot of cable drurris, a





18th December, 1951. 14.12.51—1n





Tenders for the supply of Ground Provisions

DUNCAN: In loving memo: of our| films, Can be seen at St Georg's -
dear Mother, departed on Decem. | Rectory 14.12 5183p |” LORRY—1940 Ford Lorry. We are in-| Gazette of Thursday, 13th December. 1951.
“< i. i hi a] WASHING MACHINE AND RINGER tees by in Insurance Agents to sell 2. Under this Order the maximum wholesale and retail selling
‘our years s 7 y t— | by tion ti chi 9 af 1 . ?
mur years since you have passed] ,C/Maon| machine for washing babies’ | caneged iA ap ‘coclgent, Hele at ‘Me. |Drices of “Sardines in Oil (e) Other Brands” are. as follawsirer
But to us ‘twas only yesterday—| clothing and other light garments A] Bnearney’s Garage on Friday 14th Dec
God took you home i was His will, | bargain, ‘Darey A: ScettCentral Auction} at 2 p.m. 2 WHOLESALE PRICE | RETAIL PRICE
ut in our hearts you linger still. Mart, Magazine ne. —sn. JOHN M. BLADON * '
Thelma, Laura and Waldo ee ARTICLE (not more than) (net more than)
: 1¢ 12.51—1n FURNITURE “i ee ———
“FURNITUMECT cline rasheen m UNDER THE DIAMOND [Sardines in Oil: aoe
a pieee iny suite.
ANNOUNCEMENTS | none 8380 13.12.51—3n. HAMMER (e) Other Brands .. | $17.20 per case oO! x
; 1 have been instructed by the Tele- 34 ozs. or $2.16 per 12
LIVESTOCK phone Company to sell at their yard

_

News from the MAYFAIR GiFT SHOP
There will be Lucky Dips tram Monday
lth, 10 a.m.—12 noon and 4—6.30 p.m
Pather Xmas will welcome them himself
on 18th—2ist from 4.30—6 p.m,

14.12, 51-3"

GOVERNMENT NOTICE























£36.
mngte> speedometcr, saddie bag etc.

writer (267) Carriage, in good condition.



MECHANICAL

TWO BICYCLES-—Ladies Raleigh Sports
Gents Raleigh Sports, fitted 4 speed,

Phone 2882,

TYPEWRITER—One

14.12, 5le-2n

(1) Royal Type-







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collection of galvanize and other wire,

a large collection of scrap metal, several

blow torches, one old water pump, and

other items.

D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer.
13,12.51—5n

UNDER THE SILVER
HAMMER

Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for the
three months beginning on the Ist January, 1952, to the following
Government Departments: — -

Glendairy Prison: Sweet potatoes — approximately 9,000 lbs. 2

month as governed by the number of prisoners, to
be delivered twice weekly at the prison in propor-


























































Apply: amship Dept, ON TUESDAY 18 tionate amounts,
Ps h by order of M
OFFERS ‘are Invited for the rat meso, SON & E>. ro. G. DOmelias we will gett hay Pushituee Mental Hospital: Sweet potatoes — approximately 5,000 Ibs, a
purchase ot Cane to be reapea —— | * o bawvaies Oke which inatudes * week, to be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice
Gane 1992 rnp 121 A ® ot MISCELLANEUUS Mice {pening Table (seat 6), Upright and weekly in proportionate amounts.
ernment an at ine orris hairs, wocker, Soffee and Y ailable
z Ornament Tables, Tea Trolley; Berbice ams~-as avaliable.
er nom St. Michael. It is esti- - Chair, Vitrolite Top Table; all in Eddoes~—ag available.
mated thatthe yield from this] AMERICAN CHRISTMAS CARDS—A , Mahogany: Glass Ware, Tea Service, ‘
acreage should be in the vicinity lovely assortment of American Christmas | Pictures, Rush Chairs, Rockersand Tables Lazaretto: Sweet potatoes—approximately 400 Ibs, a week, de-
ef 4200 tons of cane, Gee, iF lt itera, cores | painted, Creams and Rea. Consol: livered twice weaieky as ordered.
“ : 9 Slearing a’ 5 . € : 2
Tenders should be submitted to] ix09 per box. You could call at our | Vono’ Springs Dochusse Brea wae Yams—as available
the Director of Agriculture, P.O.] office and see them immediately. Apply: oil in Mahogany; very good Deep Sleep Eddoes—as available
ox 505, not later than 29th of } The Standard ne (B'dos) Co. 14 Swan | Mattress; Hair Bed, Mird. Press Dressing *
ecember, 1951, and should state) ee: 1 . 13.12.91—% |Table, Single Bedstead and Spring in Breadfruit—as available.
: hineel Mahog. ., , arid eve at w.
ferme and conditions of price, de-| “BuTtem— Table Butter lb. Cooking | mons Boting aoe ey ‘ae ae 2. ‘Tenders should show the price per 100 Ibs. at which each
very, etc, Butter in 1lb,, Sib. and 251b., alap Kraft |9-Burner Oil Stove, Kitehen Tables ana|0f the abovementioned commodities wil] be delivered at the institu-
12.12.51--8n a a! re arcct’ » Ford, Pientte soasea giesseiag ro hese tion concerned during each month of the period from the Ist of
ARBADOS TURF ( UB 18.12.51—2n.] The Furniture is in perfect condition. | January, 1952, to the 31st March, 1952.
"GAR TYRES In the follow ; Sale 11.90 o'clock. Terms cash. Tenders should be forwarded in sealed envelopes addressed
b I 18 - 15, 650 x16, 600 x 16, EOD x 16, BRANKER, | TROTMAN & CO, to - Colonial ye sesnonl Saad not i on officer by iaosst so as to
525 x 16, 500 x 16, 550 x 17, 400 x 18, and poHengers, : :
NOTICE 0 "x 19, leo ‘in. stock ‘Suck. tore, 14. 12.512. |reach the Colonial Seeretary’s Office not tater than (4 p.m. on Thurs-
Enquire Auto Tyre Go,, Trafalgar & Spry ay, 20th December, 1951). The envelope should be clearly marked—
Streets, Phde 2096 tizetttn | LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE | 92%) 20h Dee vedas Mee ee Seren ee reer eee












THE HOLDERS of the 2/-
Sweepstake tickets A 0015 and
U 9636, which drew the Consoja-
tion horses “MRS, BEAR” and
“STREET ARAB” respectively for
the Club’s recent Autumn Meet-
ing, are hereby informed that
these horses are at present expect-
ed to arrive on the 14th instant.

Will these persons kindly call at
our office, Synagogue Lane.

F : . A. LEWIS,
Secretary.
12.12.51—3n

- ~-senest ew
ore Mouth

Loose ly Teeth
eh mean tha

Bleeding Sore louth and Loose
Teeth mea at yo me e Byorrhea,
‘Trench Mouth or perhaps some bad disease
that will sooner or later cause your teeth
to fal] out and may
and Heart Trouble, Amosan stops gum
bleeding the first day, ends sore mouth
and quickly tightens the teeth. Iron clad
guarantee. Amosan must make your
mouth well and save your teeth or
w y back on return of empty pack-
age. Get Amosan from your chemist

today. The guar-
Amosan

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for Pyorrhea—Trench Mouth

























you

On

children’s
cuts, scratches
and abrasions

use

‘DETTOL’

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Doesn't Pain... Doesn't Stain





BAL AYALA AAS
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More Work, but
LESS WORRY when she has

. GAS FOR COOKING.

y



A. M. WEBB

STOCKBROKER.
Barbados Investments.
Oversea Orders Executed.

33, Broad Street,
Bridgetown,
(over Phoenix Pharmacy)

Dial 4796. — Hours 9-3.
1.12.51.

T0-DAY'S NEWS FLASH

WE are having record ,
Christmas sales which proves
that we have the GOODS,

£2,000 more in Xmas
Goods opening this weék.

JOHNSON’S STATIONERY
and HARDWARE





jtreet.

—

DRESS MATERIALS—May we suggest
She'll simply
lovely new assortment of Dress Materials,

adore a chcice from our

ersey Lingerie at Kirpalani, 52 Swan

14.12. 51-1n



ENGAGEMENT DIARIES with attrac-j

ive local vy s for each month suitable

for a X is Gift; especially Overstas

friends, 2/- each, Knight's
13.12.51—3n



Talypso “Kiteh",

found Boxes
store,

T

srice $36.31 each.

\4 Swan Street.



GRAMOPHONE RECORDS: Latest

Victory Test Match,
etc, Gramophones and
Phone 4579, New Market
Cheapside 14, 12.61—2n

Pirates of Paria"

HAMS—Smoked Hams from 4 Ibs, to

{4 ibs., also Tinned Hams 2% Ibs., Bacon

liced or whole slab, Dial W, M. Ford
189, 385 Roebuck Street. 13.12.51—2n,

MATTRESS SPRING UNITS: Ready
acked in calicoe only in 6 ft, 3 ing x 3 ft.
ust ready for padding and covering,
See them at our show-
The Standard Agency (B'dos) Co,
Dial 3620.

13.12.51—-2n

oom,

O.K, COFFEE—This is definitely the
est package of Coffee you can buy
nd a fresh supply is now at your grocer,

14.12.51-—2n.



“OPTICALLY CORRECT SUN GLASSES:
They make good Xmas presents, Choose
‘from

large assortment at IMPERIAL

OPTICAL CO,, Lower Broad St.



town,

30.11.51—5n
—<—<—<$< —— $ —___$___—_—_
PRAMS—For the smartest prams in
eall in at Ralph Beard'’s this
vonderful pram can be used for a Carry-
rot,







PERFUMES--Evening In Paris Perfumes
1 exclusive novelties Eifel Tower $1.02
‘och, Shoes $1.10 each a dainty Gift for
“mas. Obtainable at Knight's.
13,12.51—3n

a
S.P.C.A. BANDS OF MERCY BADGES
vere sold out at the Exhibition but may
>» bought at Johnson’s Stationery and
he Advocate Store; price 6 cents each.
12.12 51—3n

SOAPS—Bronnleys Toilet and Bath
joaps assorted scents boxes of 3 and 6
akes, A Welcome Gift for Xmas. 8/-
d 7/6 Per Box at Knight's,
18, 12.51—8n
a
SAMPLE TOY DOLLS—Two lovely
mple models, rather uncommon, Really
vorth having. On display at our show-
ooms $15.00 each. The Standard Agency
B'dos Co. 14 Swan Street, Dial 3620,
13.12.51—2n
anne
SAMPLE RANGE OF PLASTIC HAND-
3AGS8-—-A beautiful assortment being sold
mat at sample prices. All colours and

tyles. On display at our Showrooms.
Che Standard Agency (B'dos) Co, 14
3wan Street. Dial 3620.

19,12.51-—-2n



WRETABIX—Fresh supply of this extra

jelicious and nourishing cereal is now

Sa SSS










eld by your grocer. 14.12. 51—2n

Brighten Up

We have a wide range of

PAINTS-ENAMELS -VARNISHES
1. HERBERT Ltd.

10 & 11 ROEBUCK STREET.

Established
1860



TO ALL SHIPPERS :

BARBADOS

Effective January ist, 1952, a temporary surcharge of 15%
will be made on the gross freight on all shipments from Eastern
Canadian ports to Bridgetown, Barbados, which will be modified

or cancelled as improved cond

It is the aim of the undersigned Lines to provide the best

possible service at low freight
have been mounting steadily
cargo operating expenses, etc.

tion.

ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC.
CANADIAN NATIONAL STEAMSHIPS
SAGUENAY TERMINALS LIMITED

most useful in Cars and for late
iahta. 13,12. 51—2n.

, regret have no alternative but
to establish a surcharge which we hope will be of short dura-

































“Tenders for ground provisions”.

4. Further information is obtainable from the Prison, the Men-
tal Hospital and the Lazaretto.

5. The Government does not bind itself to aceept the lowest or
any tender. ‘ 13.12,51--2n

The application of Mildred Worrell,
Shopkeeper of Worthing View, Christ
Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c., at a board and shingle
shop at Golf Course Road, Worthing
. View, Christ Church, within Dist. “A”.
Dated this 12th day of December, 1951
To E, A. McLEOD, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed L. CADOGAN,
Applicant.

N.B.--This application will bu econ
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District "A" on Monday,



the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11
o'clock, a.m.
©, A. MeLBoD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
14,12,51-—1n.



LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Tesbert Best, Shop-
keeper of Waterford) Tenantry, St
Michael, for permission to sell Spirits,
Mait Liquors, &c., at a board and shingle
shop attached to residence at Bay Land,
"St. Michael

Dated this 13th day of December,
To E. A. McLEOD, Ssq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”

Signed TESBERT BEST,
Applicant.

N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be held
at Police Court, District “A” on Monday,
the 24th day of December, 3951, at 11
o'clock, a.m.

1951

E, A. McLBOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist, “A.”
14,12 51—1n

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Golbourne Harrison,
Shopkvceper of Sandy Ground, ‘nrist
Chureh, for permission to sell Spirits,
Malt Liquors, &c,, at a board and shingle
shop with shedroof attached at Bath
Village, Christ Church, within Dist. "\A.”
Dated this 12th day of December, 1951.
To E. A. McLEOD, Esq.,
Police Magistrate, Dist
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“A.”
CADOGAN,
for Applicant.
N.B.—This application will be con-
sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
at Police Court, District "A" on Monday,
the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11
o'clock, a.m,



FOR §

HAGGATTS
GROUP |





EF. A. McLEOD,
Police Magistrate, Dist. “A.”
14.12 51—In

LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE

The application of Ernest Lancelot
Ashby of Penny Hole, St. Philip, for
p-rmission to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors,
&e,, at a board and shingle shop with
shed at Penny Hole, St. Philip i

Dated this 12th day of December, 1951
To A. W. HARPER, Esq.,

Police Magistrate, Dist. ‘'C."

Signed ERNEST L. ASHBY,

Applicant.
will be con-







N.B.—This application

sidered at a Licensing Court to be heid
j at Police Court, District “C” on Monday
the 24th day of December, 1951, at 11 e@



o'clock, a.m.





A, W. HARPER, _
Ag. Police Magistvate, Dist bie
14.12.51--1n



Offers will be considered for the
above group, gonsisti
following estates :-—

urchase of the
ng of Haggatts Factory and the






















For Xmas “Keres Ares
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx... 305 713
Greenland & Overhill approx... 324 644
Bawden & River approx. ....... 266 521
Friendship approx. ...,......... "115 211






Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised
and is equip) to produce faney molasses as as
D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, the factory uced
4,352 tons of sugar. The bags required for the 1952 crop
have been secured,

The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following International Har-
vester tractors :—

MONTREAL,
December 5th, 1951.

1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.
1—WD9, 1—Farmall H.
2—Subsoiler

Also 1—Caterpillar
ploughs, E

1—dise plough, 1—brushbreaker plough.

8 Dodge Trucks, 1 Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for
Tractors.

Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules.

D2 tractor,

itions may warrant.

rates but as our operating costs
at Barbados due to increased

|

Further details and onditions of sale may be
Yours very truly, obtained from,

S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD.,
Broad Street, Bridgetown.

11.12.51.

So

= vcore
SP, EL)\10O——Mazwell Road from the ude
s!

MGDERN BUNGALOW -- Situated at The Parochial Treasurer's Office wijl ,
Garrison. Al! modern conventencés in-| be closed for business on Thursday, 13th | OM@oom=, breakfast room, kitchen. wie
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three bedrooms with built-in presses and WOOD GODDARD, ee ae, eee
cupboards. A bargain, contact W. Wells | Parochial Treasurer “ cetiiiunuesiicamer anes
at T. Geddes Grant Ltd., Phone 2361 or $n MY TLLE—Ag ardens.
home 4025 9,12. 51- | ————— — Ren ge ¢ setae
_ ert eilaetpiparadnden Cogincemibendiibena j ished, {rom erm! 15th to January

The undersigned will offer for salt 15th foy une THEaih Olly. | ebone Massbell
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PAGE EIGHT

Barbados Goes To Polls
Quietly And Orderly

@ From Page 1
an early morning vote. Though
many voted during the first. two
hours after the opening of the
polls, still there was never any
delay.

Fron about 9 to 11.30 a.m. vot-
ing at most of these polls was at
a minimum but from 11.30 a.m.
to about 1 p.m. when workers
returned home for lunch. they
took this opportunity to cast their
to me.”

An interesting feature about
the women especially the house-
wives was that they made the
voting appear as though it were
a formal affair which they had
long sincé decided how to handle
and it was then only a question
of making themselves neat when
they got a spare 10 minutes dur-
ing the day and going to mark

their “X”. ,
Some went to the polls in
couples. Husbands who were

strong supporters of a particular
party, were determined to leave

no stone unturned and carried
along their wives to cast their
votes.,

Although everything was order-
ly about these districts there was
still a restlessness among the
men, They gathered in groups at
some corners and short distances
from the stations discussing the
chances of the various members.
They seemed to like being in
sight of the placard marked “Poll-
ing Station” and the duty police.
This made them feel they were
as miich. in the thick of things
as they could possibly be.

Easy Time

The « Rewrning Officers hac
quite an easy ume of it. The,
raecely Sal aiscussing matter-o1 -
iact vopres with eacn other and
\,ere never really pushed with at-
lenaing to the voters.

‘dhe ione police to be found out-
sige most stations, appeared to be
having an uninteresung time.

Une told a_ reporter. “You
know it woula almost seem that
they could well do without us
here. ‘here is neither fuss nor
excitement and we are standing
in this hot sun.”

“Steel bandas, loud speakers and
rum drinkiuig would nave addea
excitement, but it is just as well
for we would have had more
work.”

Policemen had to tell voters
could not
loiter around the station, but had
to move on.

The day passed so quietly that
one housewife was heard to re
mark to another, “Is not to-day
like Sunday to you? It feels so
votes.

The at dt

polling stations

ose Girls’ School, the Gat-Byeay

r
py and Bethel were not marked
b

» in

. from _old ladies in head ti

with
about

voters at the rate of
one every two minutes.
Small groups assembled in the
vicinity of the Dispensary and
Almshouse commenting in low
tone on the candidates they felt
would be successful. Things are
really lively in this district. One
man was the main attraction as
the cars entered the premises of
the polling booth. At one time he
shouted to the driver of a car
who had brought in a group of
voters “Look Lonie kill de nurse
dog” Stop, stop” heithen ran to
the car and made a few remarks,
Shouts like “You know the right
te@ple” and “you know what
.o do” could be heard as cars
entered.

Mr. Victor Vaughn arrived on
the scene wearing a beret as the

crowd cheered him, He looked
very tired and his voice was
sl'~htly hoarse. Mr, Allder

arrived shortly after and he too
received a hearty cheer.

Women Outnumber men

The line here was the biggest
seen so far, for it went up to 25,
but the women out-numbered the
men by about three to\one. At
one time, the whole line with the
exception of two, were all
women, The dresses worn by the
women were very attractive as
the sunlight struck against the
colours. The voters kept very
quiet as they queued.

No Loiterers

At St. Peter, one cbuld hardly

observe that elections were on.

During the first two hours, the
voters were strolling into the
polling stations one by one, As
the day got older more people

came to vote.

Few people loitered around the
street. They went to the stations,
made their mark and went back
to their homes, Drivers of motor
vehicles did not have the head-
ache of turning in and out among
hundreds of people as they had
to do on former elections in the
parish, They drove freely.

The women of St. Peter went
to the polls in good numbers,

St. Joseph
At the polling station nearest
the St. Bernard’s Boys’ every-

thing was quiet. Even the school
children were silent as they left
the school at lunch time. A
shower of rain came in the midst
of brilliant sunshine and voters
on their way to the station shel-
tered under banana trees. The
teachers during the lunch period
looked on as the voters attended
the polls. They came in couples,
to
glamour girls in their beautiful
dresses,
Polling did
Waterworks
arryin,

nat prevent the
Department. from
out a search for a leak
arks Roa The highest
number in the queuing here was

much activity as everyon€sten. Cars arrived at intervals of
realised that the Police had not lef\apout five minutes.

a stone unturned in getting every
done as orderly and quickly,
as _possible. :
‘oters went about their business
in a quiet way. Some asked a few
questions regarding the marking
of their ballot paper. At the Gar-
rison a few roe we 2.
parently had the day off — dis-
cussed The chances of the Parties
and candidates but just as the
discussions were getting heated
the policeman on duty dispersed

the group.
The polling stations in the Car-
rington’s Village district were

t. In the early morning there
was a fairly steady stream of
voters to the stations, but these
were not in sufficient mumbers
to cause any rush. At this period
hafdly more than two or three
voters were seen at oe stan re
one time. Approa mid-day
there was a slackening off of the
attendance at the stations and in
some cases the afficers seemingly
had nothing to do,

Only two or three groups of
people were seen about gnd these
were l yards away from
the polling stations. The talk
was about the Election of course,
but there was not a voice raised

q

~ ———

U.S. Team
Victorious In
Tennis Finals

MELBOURNE, Australia,

. Dee. 13
Ted Sehroeder, 30 and Trabevt
21 of the United States defeated
Sweden's Lennart Berglin gen-
evally rated as Europe’s best ten-
nis player and Sven Davidson in
straight sets in the Dayis Cup in-
ter zone finals.

In the most disappointing ten-
nis show staged here this season
Schroeder at the peak of his game
routed Berglin six-two, six-two-
six—four. *

In a tighter match Trabert,
National United States céllegiate
and clay court title holder de-
feated Davidson six—three, six—
four, none—seven,

Schroeder and Trabert team up



to-morrow in a doubles match
against Berglin and Davidson
and Americans are heavily’ fa-

voured to win.

A United States victory Friday
in argument about the voting for would send Americans into the
one candidate or another, It was challenge round against Austra-



WALCOTT

BARBADOS ADVOCATE

APPEALS



CLYDE WALCOTT, West Indies 'keoper, appealing after catching Ian
Johnson for five off Prior Jones’ bowling in the Second Test on 3.12.51.



Trinidad Boxers
To Visit Barbados |

Next Year

A Trinidad boxing team will
visit the island next year to take
part in a boxing competition
against a team from the Barba-
dos Boys’ Clubs, Already mem-

bers of the Boys’ Clubs are
preparing for this visit.
Mr Preston Craig, boxing

instructor at the Barbados Boys’
Clubs, told the Advocate that
boxing has been one of the most
opular sports at the Boys’ Clubs
‘or the past six months, “During
the Christmas season we will
take a rest,” he said,

Mr. Craig, who has just re-
turned from Trinidad, said that
he is extremely satisfied with the
progress made by the boxing
members of the local Boys’
Clubs. He said that they have
all taken a keen interest from

the time he first started giving
them lessons.

Boxing rings have been set up
at many of the.clubs and boxing
has reached a very high standard,
An inter-club boxing contest was
held between two of the leading
clubs, District “A” and the Bay
Street Boys’ Club. F. Straker of
Bay Street and R, Carrington of
District “A” were the champions.

Mr. Craig said; “To foster

better relationship between the|s

clubs throughout the island, we
are trying to introduce boxing in
the programme of all Clubs, New
equipment has been purchased
and soon each Club will be able
to send a representative to the
Barbados Boys’ Clubs Boxing
Competition,”



WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Appeal—10.00 &.m.

Police Courts—10.00 a.m.

Annual Prize Day of St. Giles’
School—2 p.m.

Annual Missionary Meeting at
the Empire Theatre when
the Police Band will at-
tend—4.45 p.m.

Mobile Cinema show at Work-



obvious t everyone had made jja beginning December 26.—U.P. man’s School Pasture, St.
bh? his mind as to whom he George—7.30 p.m.
Id support. Olympia Club gives es
Some Women Not Interested ,,_. Performance at Wakefield,
Several of the men were com- ar icket ‘Trial Match British Council, White
plaining, however, that many of Park at 8.00 p.m.
the women in the area did rrot The following players have eiiiltand 650 dan
ar to be sufficiently inter- been selected for the first Trial Sun eet 6.37 pan.
‘ced in the Eleetion. There was Match in preparation for the arkons, Hill, Decticber-i8
much concern about this, for they Jamaican tour next month, The baring! aaa

reasoned that it was the women {i:ture will be played on the Bay
of the island on whom the out- Grounds on Sunday

come of the Election, to a great conclude on the 28rd.

extent, depended.
Along the main
bye-roads

streets and

were closed presenting a “Sun-
a appearance in some cases,

he customery approach to an
elector by canvasser or candidate

ng for a vote was entirely
absent, and the people
the polling stations did
orderly, and without interference.

The ice had no trouble.
Busiest Station
The polling station nearest to

St. John's Almshouse was about
the busiest scen in the country

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year’s atomic test blasts at Frenchman's Flat, Nevada. And
»even as these new arms go into the stockpile, U.S. weapon
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Ezzard Charles
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SAN FRANCISCO, Dec. 13.
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claim for another tilt at the world
Heavyweight title, which he once
held, when he clearly outpointed
Joey Maxim, the world Light
Neavyweight champion here last
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j bout.
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ompared with Maxim’s 178
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hve times,

| In his dressing room after-
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weight title bout with Jersey Joe
Walcott in February or March.
| Maxim said that he expected to
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weight title soon, probably
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P.\v.\ nun HARBAIXK ADVOCATE I Kill X^ III (I Mill II II. IMI BARBADOS t. 1— AiA'oem Devaluation Must AvoiiftVcl Be A REPORT ON THE COVENANT OF III M W RIGHTS llv HI WOK KOOM AU.T To Day Well Know WHAT will happen when In* • 91 Bai bedoe, who refused to re,. I !dn't be bothn • 'he polk v who is not anxious to know man uch political party will have the %  U m the new House of Assembly The .1 that question will be known tonight and it ii expected that result* wil r in about two p.m. today. So much depends on how many people voted yesterday and whether they candidates. K. (or example, everyone in St. Michael I tWO candidates 6. r i.470 VOtSI arlU ba counted today, hi the last elecIv H.fioo votes had to be counted. It will take tight tin* ami St. MJc b wi'i votes alone i( every voter used both votes. Bui thia would l>e very surprising in view of the fact that only 8,681, votes ia| in the 1941^ elections out of a possible total of 15,832. Previous voting seems to suggest cither that many voters UMOne vo'e ml> "i thai not much more than half of the rei-istered voters lake tintrouble to VOte. What happened in Si. Michael yesterday will be known today. but there can be no great light between Labour and the Electors. There are no independents standing (oi St. Ifichaa] wj.ere the number i>l registered votera hag riaan from 7.916 In 1948 u. 32,735 Then' can however be surprises io Chi ist Church. In this parish I2a812 voters are regal compared with 3.620 In 1948. and there are three independent candidates. Anything can happen in Christ Church. The in act • .'-cloriilc is lu be lound in St. George but here the linht is between Labour and Electors only with Labour offering the greater number of candidates. St. Philip is fourth with T,M6 i< %  considerable increase on IMBs figure of 2,348. But there ;mno dark horses in St. Philip and Labour. Congress and Electors have each strong candidates. The results of the St. Philip elections will be M but cannot be surprising since the chances ot the tlfrec main candidates are all high. The City ot Bridgetown is fifth in the numerical alignment of voters. Y< 6.281 voters' could have cast two votes each as compared with 2.863 registered in 1948 when 2.871 votes were cast. There are two independents standing for the City and if there is heavy voting in Bridgetown the results might well surprise many people, since it has been confidently predicted that one seat will no to 1-abour and one to the Electors. St. James is next with 5,744 registered, a considerable increase over 1.863 registered in 1948. but although it is possible for Labour to win one of the seats In Una pariah, the popularity of the two Electors candidates will probably be responsible for their return. In any case there are only three candidates, so there can be no surprises. In St. John with 4.790 registered in 1951 compared with 1,280 in 1048 anything might happen and with three independents b tha Meld it probably will, but no one will be surprised. It would surprise a great number of people, however, if the electorate of St. Peter showed a swing against Labour whose candidates seem heavily entrenched. Tins might happen now that 4,333 people are registered as compared with 1,576 last year. In St. Thomas where 4.125 are registered us compared with 1.655 in 1948 the batting is so heavily in favour of the two Labour candidates that it would be the biggcsi surprise of the election if the Electors' candidate were successful here. No one knows what will happen in St. I.my whan there was m> contest In le**i Jlut 7.850 votes could have been cast there yesterday and there is one independent to %  pill the number thai would otherwise have gone to labour or Electors. What happens in St Lucy may well decide whether one or i the two major parties will gat that majority necessary for the exercise ot p.utv government. In Sr Joeeph <\ would be more than a surprise ot would he disaster* if Mr. Adams was the one candidate of the three not to be returned but with 3,583 registered voters instead of I.1W Who c n taj what could not happen? In St. Andrew 3.:>:i re red I oti I might reverse the recenl dc islon tn return two Electors and might pve St Andrew the sann representation it had after the elections in 19-18 when only 1,517 were registered. happened yesterda> we shall know tonight but whatever the final results areit looks very much u if we are OUllll a number of the old faces back in the House of Assembly on TUBf) weak. Whether uny part) will baW< a irk without a coalition is another matter. But that can wait fol tonight*! verdict to plain. In th, ..,„,„> ...mecohConofl IN Tllt lasl n '" Human RI|hU • General i %  f (lr mun Commission in Geneva. Switzerland, the in' -. .:,SVTt!SU>'' .,,,„„>„.,,„.„,> ou,.h, HI in* the past .,:, n thai courtf.xed pan tie* and full convert*mandate given to the Commits beginning to return, but i HHjr aroaag fee to institute -yrifth General Assembly. The most difficult B> BOMALB MXA1X LOUD Seven.. iblic debate on the fu ''• the. u iiTi a lintarlai feeim* ten ..f naui>i>** rawal The cau %  ii" ioni(.-i diat dsepite the urreai-iraiuacUotu. ( assignment was undertaken first. Ii i f" AJPL_]* I''***-* proposedlb, Mr Butler, nuthiu* Tbto court, u favoured by &r, craI Assembly has said that the I "ores. ,,( „ turther devaluation t c -(crick 7x-ith-Iloss. who has I , 1.. J .*. 1 payment* crisis, ^ingested various waya In whlca and Social Rights must be written into the through d r*r counThe first aim ot policy must be, it might be achieved. ,,-, Covenant trv with the -u-cmiii Mr out al .,.,. .„.,„.. a m,, ^ ^n,,' „„ Mld .by """ v %  "" %  ring UIUMICI* freely at the The position of the United Si u |p value Th.s ..fltclal .ate Bui after the expertna ,;„,„ had been that these rights VAN taportaac. no I IIMT. M la probably dc, V „ D cw month* for th. whec.* u liu L -x. but t> the whui.> % !< ,.dopt a more flexible "* a different nature from the Civil arm I ??KS USSStM^uSSStmS* "" "'>" onler to P^' !" 1 ,,ca ones and therefore should be in a ser>.thcr angle—while Mm. |llUl the ma, ,, mru ry of ethane* control oat '-> te document, but we loyally tried tary cxhortationa." t^aaor Robbliuv hs *lr*ed ti. first su.';. cerate. We ended, however, bv supportm > In other words, we have be. f. How the Canadian : .. T' ~ J I too far. u, fi. T a .iy ant axaiapa lad to -How the rate of l e ^dian resolution which would bavi i [or permiiled trsnaacin'ested the Economic and Social I i^i*n %  UasnoUaUJ the lm• a-hUe the, tIon to be fined by commernal , „ , ... possible. S system adopted sk the C.eneral Assembly to reconsider then n. ..umdoninK the in,k | nd | U | V mijhi b. decision and to allow these rights to be in a I l*een domestic and Kte nal under which certain trmn, ._, .„. ,., ,^,.1 td -.hmugh at -eparale document instead of being In thi., kng headlong for disasic Tnera aren many i iates and others are t'.nX Covenant. This resolution was defeated I l-oat-war poUcy has tended to variants, he said, but that must ttl ,„ drop .till rarUkai be atuined. an uiteiim period ..f ,. t„ that body to decide whether thev will .ued mainly thr.ugh the Budge! Hut though ihe Immediate aim flexibility, in some form. wouM , ., ,, •„ and BM direct control re-aatabluh almost certainly be necessary. ;f "ish the first covenant or wnetner ine\ win a iMr were to insist on rlej.1 ,mply discuss it and send it back to the w 'luman Rights Commi.ssion for furlher conideration. BOOKS illcy has been based on i eaten pa Rase, the i.,r*. on which lions which laiet facts have sr.p u ,„i i„ full oonvertibtUt*. This encles could be made freely '" ostponed. tn.l has tended to be %  •behnul wealth gathering In Londou. Ibis Hut though the need to the gun." week. towards full convertibility Is genTh Times" Mjpportc.i ProI I,I> he said. wn da-craiiy recosjnlsed, net everybody lessor RoiilisnsCOOtenUOO that • peodenl on the establishment ol is agreed Ihut It should be preinust aoopt a more flexible policy nionetary eentrol through ihe ccde.1 by flexibility in exchanjin oir economic afTolrs. Hudgrrestoration of the Bank of Engrates, The Financial Tlnu-v r-.. km storked % %  taetpUne'* over the volume Inatance, hai pointed out Ui and at rare lnte:-vals. "When ail of Credit Once thai vnM BChleW L fatalble exchange rates are in.ij laeaa ol Ihe u-asntna: end the road to cot ii propriate to an economy like tha-. t onslderution uf estimates and the be clear. • f the U.K. lag between tax legislation Ud The pro ^ilibllil/. 'The Mntia of an almost l.ix n-ceipU are taken Into 00,,,,.,,-,,,. (> ,^/rnvated by the wot Id-wide llnancial system has a cdunl. two years rather thai, u| huge sterling batvested interest in the alabihiv i % %  bablj re gr ea ai u the % %  .> % %  .. with each ire h d Ine in Its exehangi ralei vshtofe o n 'latlon." the spending power of the pound weighs any theoretical advantage Internal inflation, barely conthese bal I in which might result even from i lalnad by du-ecl controU, has now value Thenare already signs limited freedom," It said, broken loose. Bad VM have liegun that some members of the sterling Deaptbl bthi %  difTerencea in i.i \Mlnesii un upward spiral of area are dissatisfied with Ihii method* of approach to the eicwagea and prices that threaten^ t.i r ot ;ifTairN. ,.nd even now 't ternal prottlem. there i our position as a great momowe diuVuLt t.! prevent ag-cement on the need to ! %  some breakaways. For this reason, gin with effective disinflattonai. In these ein-umsUnces it H if tor no other, ;> further devaluapoUdei .it h^me. The alletnutm hardly surprising lhat Ihe outside ti n would prove di^.i-trous. might well be a further devalu. world shi'uld fear another deWhile it b dear that the onl) """>. and that must be averted at .ilimtiiiTi of the pound Confidence long-ferni p->!i< I I %  SOSta. I'.S. Siieniisls Develop New I a II re r-1 lei eel ion llevic*e WE Have A Wide Range Suitable for— CHRIST MAS P RESENTS AIIV04ATE &f .TATIO^KHV. WE HAVE: Savvrt Cliist'ls I'.lllWK-.T-. Drills Pluiies StrrM -Drivers Joh J/UUA $rrcAAftit IAUC 9JI 1952! C. & PITCHER & CO. Ph. S$72 MN ,v,.;; %  *•*•+•*•,' r 's*'*' r 's*s t i't'S r W +**'t'*'''S''*'i''''''*'''*' There is material on which work has been i.one which would permit Committee Numer 3 of the General Assembly to finish the iocument if they wislu-d to spend the tune, hut they may well decide that after u abort %  ascusslon they would prefer that the Hun-uv> %  tlfhtl Commission do %  QfM furllu-r work or %  iiCovenant and return it to them in %  tore finished condition. The method of im lementation for Economic and Social Rights ./as a reportinn system, but no decision vm ;-i.ched as to whether measures of implemcnI ition previously written for the Civil UHl ['OliUoaJ rights, and revised in this last seson of the Human Rights Commission. Hiuld be applicable to both Civil and PoliUcal, and Economic and Social rights and hether the reporting system should also be ,>phcable to both types of rights. This decision may well be made by the Genera! Assembly. The question which lies closest to Ihe nearts of Ihe non-governmental organizaimns is the question of. individual petition They were much disappointed to have this neeting'ot IJOQ again rejected by the Human Rights ComM* Ih. U.C Si.SSS'T'.hi •" ,s "" n • The feehng on the part of the United mi treebnant of di States is that the nght of complaint by In. ,. ,, , lernatinnal organizations and individual:. rlcan McHic.il Associa, . tlon, a private organization of mon should be presented in a separate protocol 000 doctors has been enw hJch should be ratified by the states H Ihev couraging me prnrtlce of famil> ... Medical schools also arc 'eel able. %  dvUmi more -tudents to go mtr Tho Soviets, of course, are against all imThis light emission can be genera] practice. During the pail , ... cd by .i niiciophoioinctcr Aye yean the Droeoraoo .f MUi>temenlaiiun machinery, considering thai 3 ^ %  csaru„( !"!" ^.;;:;'.:;, s XSSXSSSSE* '* ""' !"!" "-""""" a l *" %  to NM York city in lh M hls (ll numlrt r l( , ri ( rn tll ( -tales and violates their sovereignty and is feau^Tmat^TCbeen'esSled *"I\ ,ll,r ,,*i a> %  ft ihm '" h !" Ul therefore not permissible under the Charter iisstii inat MVf i>een .spuieu llr | (l l( T i (• M,'|„„ uid Dr. Qf the current graduating class at „, , through natural body openings are R 0U ben Silver, the aclentlsta who ihe It wm.n-Cray School fcr eje!" e other states did not consider ii in quiW IrSr^!^ Uum^two-thlrda pUri the same light and therefore the majorin amlned under a microscope for the ,,„,_ hope ,, A1 [ llliltil lt Motor | 0 m g 0 Inlo famllv medicine. Dr. „ , , presence of cancer cells. ,,.,., lt Kl numben Johnson says. ^ill l^lt that a state bv state complaint %  *> t£M£. U S •n.r^ou. u„ . ,„.,. J P !" ab,y all that can be ach.eved as I •? J c n ,^* r J l bo r "" an dl Ll,lle cour w anp o* 1 "* debeginning. i iust as a tree can be .-nuugh. Thi project is another signed for family doctor Io kcej Tlw Fwlnral-Slat*. n-um*. was not ctisrutsed ,y the leavea It %  heds. ,. x imp lr of unending research %  M rlop1 1 ,.* ,ui ,Uiscusst (l It hat been |...riuul n l. cffe-tive .fiorts being made by scientists r ni in medicine. An increasing i ,r settled at this last Commission meeting in detecting ....n.-ei >f \h, m.ius ,,f ln ,. f r „world to save human number U medical h—k^ and though the General Assembly had asked tha' nals -rii-i \KW YllltK CITY i>bt.imed I root li""i -..-i.tioe* A device to 4ielp nedatal men from trtaln perl of UHe body are drtect cancor in its early stages, spread on nm r..-( |< -li..rv ,.t when it can frei|uently t>e cured, atawed %  dh %  is being developed by scienllsla Cancer cells from the uterus and at the Sloun-Kcttering Institute (he lungs combine with iDcer Kesearch and the,hi dye lhan do i Memorial Center here. The Instrument, known .i' %  jv, when lAw td i; be used In mnection will.,, , ,,.„ ( 1V1 S 1(|T the rapanieolaou test for cancer |,,,|,, l>u ,,, give oil diaginwis. mnlliM two OT three times The Pnpo tctt, as It Is called for short, was devised some time ago by Dr. George N. Piipanicnli S|Xk %  gilOala %  %  ufferlng journof disease, their bcnelt. ne* ; %  i 1 11 .i id an early stage when tha rate iif. of cure is very high. It is also through tlui i.Ked with success In deti-chng lung iRKS>:.UtCII. Ills, \si : wback to wider use or Mare Medical Student* I Ihe Rape teal Is thai it requiroa Attracted to Famllv Medklne L,, highly skilled technician* to deWlnSton-Sakm, Ncrth Carolina organisation in the United State* tect the deadly cells In the great —An increasing proportion of new l'l Johnseh points out that this maasif material normally cast off. doctors m Hie united Stataa are trganizatlun maintains high prootten thousenda of oatls must be enterutg the general pracUce ol U tandardi i.\ reouMna searched through before a cancer medtoil pecialUing hi -i*imini>.is to keep abreast ol round. The general medical progress. They must comHere is whenthe umiuiluororaCtMe 'I rocdictne ItseU is beplete IM hours of poslgraduate inner may be of help II corauig a toadl n g medicalapeelalty. coltoge work each three >enm. Iba .. deslgnetl In in.ike %  i. alw Thai is what hapix'n I .II pen) 4 i tor aay Dr. Wingale at Johnson of II ciis fu annan-Oray Bcbool of McdStf %  i study be made of this article. I think it was I generally felt among the merrlbers of thr %  itarican Ac.idi-m> aCQen'"^nimissiun that they had worked hard bul .8. cral Practice, formed in i47. has | the task had been gigantic and thev could not •I'.iope to complete in the time allotted. I>r. Tharles Malik of Lebanon was an able chairman and I think he achieved the maximum .ooperation possible among the Commission members. One of the greatest difficullies. ol course "ay in the different interpretation of th GLOBE -TROTTER *j*\f) c More Than Just A Useful Gift isM3 Individual I'iem Da Costa & Co.. Ltd. heads'her list! v mben n adai it-%  Our ll#snlrrs Say : r'.ii/wrr of WJ. JWw Kor. rhe Admcafr Bin Asntoal overyona ben baa tea oeauptod to %  • PM mortem examination on the failure <>( tha Kerne thing < West Indaeatoeni in Auatralla. In Ol Oooani A td the ew oved thei dicta were liillciciil while in the than lh.W %  three cases the vcrWeekcs is undoubtedly th .i a/ere. l!.. w.-r indiaa' brIUIent behanan i %  • >•< %  '" % i r J T*ti| lidding let ihem down In each seen, and I have teen Rradman. lowed of tin urst two Tesu." Ceaiptaa ho do ncrdo their post-j word "rights". Many ol the underdeveloped WO t k ""pu^J^.i 1 ^ 1 countries look upon the Economic and Social miMtiANHi. j Rights as mure mpor anI tnan tllt pollUcal nd Civil Rights, and they want to state eac*. Dne as a moral right even though they know 'hat it may take ihem sunntime belore these rights are achieved. ,i to be seni to the la.nca.tei ,,tw nations, a treaty once ratified, tMCOOM tiaiia arould bavi ip. Tin is ill-ueed v/hen placed near Irarikh WorreU'a preceatina %  nctory io be used nal the supreme law of the land is a legal right tasfaaat at a very low £",£; not just a moral one. This makes for great in the effort Id Word thesr '''.'••St'*;;'.',',*,:::;*,;^ e*. The and with a great loss t. 'he :oori crops are still being ^'mPtions lerrlble planted under Government order Economic and Social Rights so they would Worrell and Waleott and Control. Only last week an j.satisfy the two groups who had different conr waa prosecuted for short | ceptions of the use of the word "right". I am h & .idman. knead. K.|,tK.\n? nV nS3d % !" X \ as * OW l nd we a !" n0ne of US e Ueronant, cornel f.i and not make state-i ure, y **hl hut we can feel we have pn Befora the end of the third Hamm<>i..l Huare and many ments which are not correct This '• ided a basis on which Committee Number U in tiic second toot others when i nrel aaw leer kind of thmg often happens in .[ can either decide td write lha Covenant everyone area aejrtnft "Ones eaaln ten We.-kes bat he scored onl ciebate* m :he Assembly also nself or to discuss the material provided Yours f^thfu]K nnd R V ve Us advjce lQ lhe next mcctmg (if hi Human Rights Commission. The Preamble to the Universal Declatthowed llv home an 50 i : bul arorth Waat Indie Ihcir inability \ the game with n was Ahally won and lost. "The than HM apparaol unconquerable AustraWeekes could score liana displayed Ihe ucme of ten40,1 , he next innings of Yours r.uthfull 100 PLANTER, lielding team Hnifl/iar For ln*[trrtitin • l "'" ,l Sill Several fisherman. m>innny as ^\t included. whose Uuis 1 .'tion pf Human Rights, forming the premise iffciTd damage in the recent for the Articles adopted, is as follows: WHEREAS recognition of the inherent dignity and of the equal and inalienable NEXT WEEK 1U Per Friend bed weather on the leeward UI Au<'' I coast are still waiting for inspecAUSTRALIAN, trs from the Fisheries Depart\.,.,..t„l,l.. fViMif/fir ,nont Io c mt and •"•* the rajeaeaei nmmnag d.mage to ihe boau. Silt.—1 as at. ..ve We appreciate th.it the hurt Mr. Chase's Department is very busy at the.m the world rcprcscntmg tha moment, hut we must point out, WHEREAS disregard and contempt for Ighta of all members of the human family is the foundation of freedom, justice and peace lUnnea, courage^ nd eventualh Igoerfed un> hwn a position which should h.ive afforded lhe same Vfo li d as 1 toanv i<> nail them down." potent juiagvs <>r thai imiliant summer game are still "i Optnjon that the Ashes will chancea of tLiken to the Wet Indies Tho t'Uv m the llou.e f AMrt-mbly in that unle*s the assessment ii. AunrillliiB hlv" ""' %  •"" •""• -'" d h "'" "<•" '" human n B ht> have resultad in barbarous acts I ir oppocertalnl) lake excei ' repair the boata, we will! which have outraged the conscience ot mannenhi who are DO) one hll >n he said as is reported hi '"•* be abib to go A: %h ing 1£ 1 s kind, and the advent of a world in which hind them in any department his speech al Baxters Road, aa seaaotv MSHEPMAN. human beings shall en to v freedom of speech vnii the MPMptton "f East10UOM wrung .\amv . /,.,_,,)„_, > moi f ear an( i . B nt bowling. The Beading %  " "hfard to the toed alia*sin Ma; t drae your alien? nri **** eI u ^T. ^!Th^ !" 1 Hare n Australia tton 0 should again. ,.. ;i! m v my name appeared amongst. WHEREAS it is essential, if man is not to %  but thJi Bif; d provisions it the *"bgern>ft> to yjuiJJdjer, c im p e n ed lo have recourse, as a last re1 indwall won lhi first ti'sl f' 1 iiave iniHako tit havo men relief fund as Hulieit Nan • ,. Ausiran" and SlteMluer and sllowed the Urn In this c l gentlemen. | am 'sort, Io rebellion against tyranny and oppresl, u j c t won the t>on lo lapse." V-ura inily. gjotL that human rights should be protecteo rot them Without May I .1 rhen thai Ito.ir.fiT VAN OEN HEKOH. hv the rule of law. the aid of Frankie Worrells eonorder waa tswad* The planters "The folly" WHEStXAS It La aoaential I promote the l Wi (development of friendly rehr Polly". ecklcssncvt and the conaiplan! James. 1. u.rd uf Iheir cricketing of f Dototo %  Dt m a %  HOIIBAY FOODS order early from . (.OIIGIAICIIS aVlMMS Hrinkn .iweet Drinks Sodas. Ginger Ales. 3-yr.-old Gold Braid Rum Worthington Ale ; iiborg Beei lleer in Cans POT lho*r Hiio K'SKW GOKI k %  ShndemanS Port I iii'uifi aVjpaM0i Table Butler to (poking Butler in Una Salt Salmon Sail Maeha Salt Hn a/ are :uki..j Xmas Orders for Chickens and Ducks Arrive*!* '. Beef Apples Kraft Cheea. Bed Cheese Scalded RaleUH If In tins %  Kippers Cai %  tton Potato ei •


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PACE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1161 CLASSIFIED ADS. TKLfPHONK 2KH hr IWC Manias* jBorgr i* BJO" MMI BAU Al'TUMUTIVK uif luf • %  :• DILI* ,.i*n Church Lou.Hr.'le iD>i>|hlM'. AllureAlra-c.d*. J.n— B-.i I UWM % %  IJih December IHI. i | M %  I.--Whil %  funeral of he* daughter Mr* Mart* n.>Michaci. Lodge, HI HlMK Rn. %  1 4 * K m >M>td Ami Hai'lm* Cibxlia IMU, Mane ItaHtv Winfred Tm*r IN MKMORIAM \\\IM\lru them himael IF" 7Ui from 4 :_s p.m. II if 51 -3 %  (MM |M CAP. VaushaJl V.lu iB If mile* a> food as naw OBe !" BMI.^1 R ifia* p JL, I — — %  LMmUOAL to Mr*. Hewee. I 1* II II lir undents ned publ-r ooixp.il!u* .. M.gh Viral Bridgetown, on Frtdav i4in day of Deca ni boa. IHI, at 3 0* abarsa Knlghl. LinMM. 00 (bare* — Bdoa fire Ineuranre Co H .ha... lN BUpf-M Tradto. Limitad icwn Maw laewa BfeaMal 74 iMia aV-lat iaa Co. Ltaaitad Ho Mare* Will* Refine*? u.,. I lad 110 -luw*W I. BWeult Co Lleule-d o> further particular* and conditions %  ( %  !'. apply to tunu lATI'ORD CX). I U61-Sn. 1,. KADIU Una PMILCO 0 lube nodal HM No lea.rf.it. d The Standard Age ; 14 Swan Slree" lha. MB* I* It U-Jn A Ball Hoe...I. ISmm *Mid FWnUi, n perfect condition Aim a winder, a BRwSr; r.t.. 4 inch MM a.td religion* ilma Can ba •eeri a| St Uoorg > 14 II II a.. WASH IN Cl MACHINE AND RINGER.Thai deal machine for waahnig babieV clothing; anal Man light carman!!. A hargam Dart* A Brett. Central Auction Mart, Magnrine Lane It af.tl M fX-RMTUKR %  gaiiy H II SI LIVESTOCK PUPPIES Ju in lime lor Xmaa tin mala Cocker Pupa pure brad, fat an ivel. Phonr 01MJ 11.11 (11—1 MECHANICAL (iil\[R.\ML\f NOIJfi for tht rcapct OTTERS .... Invlidd PU*al '' 'I l 10 I" CBuwi itoi irom U'l Uovcrnmunt land at KM fin* 1'Ianl.muii. Si. MicluM It u esllmated mat Ific yield from this acreage should be in the vicinity ft i.'ixtO tons o( cane. Tinders should be submitted to the Director of Agriculture, P.O. BoH 505. not later than 2Uthj ut Devmb-*i 11*51. and should slat* tetini and conditions ot price, delivery, etc. 12 12 51 BARBADOS TIKI CLUB NOTICE TBI HOLDERS ot the IA Sw-j-*takcLtcKoAt A 0015 and U 636. which dr#W the ConaoiaUon horses MRS. BEAR" and "STBEET ARAH" respectively (or the Club's rax-ent Autumn Meeting;, are hereby informed that the.tp honet are at present expected to arrlv* on the 14th Instant Will these persons kindly call al our olDce, S)iittouuo Lane. Q. ALEWIS. Secretary. 12.12.51—3i Sore Mouth Loose Bloody Tooth Blaadini antnr. Sera Mouih anJ Loo>c Taatfc maan lhat you nava P.orfhaa. Tranoh Mouth or parhapa aeraa bad dlaaaaa lhat will aoonar or later auaa your I la i.g am and may alao raiBM Rkavma %  nd Haart Troubla AmaaaH ttopa il..4lna tha flrrt da*, anda aora ia and it^Whly ttahtana lha |..ili imn clad Itiariataa -•• muai maka yoar %  i....iih wall and aav* your laath .<• manay ba oafktmr "yorrfca-—Tranck MdMlJi TWO IUCVCLKS' l*dlaa RalriBh "tpo.l. • OaaMa IUI.-41 a*.irta. niid aprrd. Dyoanub. •paadamato. aaddla Md .u K Pln* SaM 14 II 11—Sn TYPEWRITER. Ona Hi Royal Tp*' 30M CO.. LTD lUaiCfcil-LANLOLS fl III %  < SALES HIBH XMIUS KKAl UiTATI, >KS HI NOAldJW raa UMimxi. ilh built ipboaada A b-r(-m in iinry a Co Claras' Il lullm *...* a I McL. day 14th illpn 111 Ona l)u hlor Other Brands" are as follows.— UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hava barn inatruriad by lha Tala(tfioiia C^Hnpanv I* .all af thru yaril Jamaa Blrart 0.1 rttd.ir II.t Dacambat al I o'clock, lha following — favaral IS (1 lanstha of Una •Had railway iron, varal landlhi of mrdlum iliad railway Iron, a ri.llattiun <.f x-rap laad %  avaral 1 Ballon .an. a collaciion of old boaaa. a lot af cabia drums. %  dilution ut aalv a lardo collaction of wrap malal %  htov lorcltaa, ona aa* waSar pump. %  DARCY A RCQTT. AuelM>naf lafBrlllAN CIIRISTMAR CARDH A iota naanrlmaad of Amrnc I baa B4 l dlffrrnit Card*. an| 1 BJ| .-r.1 lalhn '"' .ItUa ''.. S' "iri iinrotnmnfi Cla" rln* % %  -II.Mr.'. !%"' SI— In BVTTBBV-T-Ui. Rulla. Ill 'tiltaa in libIlh .....I MB, ha-.aa In S 0* 1 H. rord >lal Ida* M Ho. II il In CAR TYttlB In the folloIf •1KB — 4 %  II. Bt • M. M 1 H M HL 15 K IS. BOO a IC, %  17 BB) I* 1 .'1 '•tajalra Auto Tvra awaaaj. fhdab BW <;. Trafai ar a apo 11*1-Ifn UNDER THE WtLWMB HAMMER ON TUEBDAY Itlh l>\ oidai of M (1 DOntaiUa w will aril h>r Purniliara al (ha Top rial of %  Avr" cornar St. LaojatLf flap htrh inrludra K* Duiinar Tabla . Uprishl a"d Mom* Chain, Rorkrt, CodFao am On.anwtil Tabla.. Taa Trollav. BarbV. Chair. Vltrolila Top Tabla: all 11 Mahopaio OUH Waia. Taa Haivief rirturaa Hn.h Chain. Rockrr*.and Table nlod Craam and Rr.1. Confoleum 4-r.ibwood Hidai-iard Smsl. BedMeadi •p.mai Dtiahra.a n>--n> Tabu Mihi-faii) var* gnod Da*p Ml**)* Mattraaa: H.iir Bad, Mtrd Pn II Tabla. Hinglr Badal ad ..i-l pi "lanrhbMal Mahug P"k TaBaa, .on. Spnna Cot i, 4 ll Mud Hi mar DI1 Sinva. KUrhan Tablaa 14 I.' 11 -I.. NOTKE raaiaa ot -aiat im < 1 rha ParocbiJl Tra*a*rr • OtlWa wNI -rt-> llfh rli IhremBar. IBS1 WOOD OOOIIAKD Paruciilal Troaaairot NOTICE IM or -1 < % UcARTY at Tba ar V J..-vh. ha. > laka .atari Al. NOTICE IB) OP ion ui;vi VMIU S aal Road fra*n lha H4n U>ar n aonala" • %  < li" "da aaapBdah. drawing and dir.iagr rooma. I oaaki-K< %  > r.-i.raat room, kraAwn. -ata* %  HiMVIUI A|iMUr aardorta rtir^HM d -• rvrawtba. lMi lo Jar<>siISthf.. r ...nahaatl*. fw4i— MBrta.U •"' %  '-"' •-"' %  •"•-,r',;.;^' r^ Hi. vaal. Par JamWPLOTWKTII ^ .-an .kprrnnra in i dir •a VN Las—I COOK Alao • BUVAKf g^aaai aarvani Aa*i> KoapaMU, Mr* Bkoawaraab 1 Oaoa 71th Dw mbar. 1001. will %  "•"* %  ""'" WNO. Pa.ochial Troainrar. Bt. Joarph 14 II 51-*t FOR SALE .11 1 |. n.r PVaraoca < <)> Phronl. V-iru 111 Bavan Tuba Radio a Oral phonr J>lrkup •gndit.ui. Dial 550] MlsafEMANBOUK ANTKfUB JtrWELLERY a BCBAP ARTICLE Sardines in Oil: (el Other Brandn WHOLESALE PRICE (not more than) $1120 per co*e of 100 X 3| ozi 01 $216 per 12 RETAIL PRICE (not more than) lc. per 3] 02.1 in llth December. 1951 1 1.psg. i-:..i i.H N'I Tender ol Ulf .bivum 1 '. HKIRHrn ROOM EWa.lv Bng3 ..-. ird.nnM ungla l.niiahad room 1 11, unaU fiM...U.-J n.tiaga on at-an lih n*n .ooking fariliUc* Apply > I o Adwwaia Cv 14 II - NAJtTSB TO BBMT nul'U ar fO_AT Basall atouaa or Flat tl .Icmily of Oarrtaor.. Backlaa Rd uibana MU1. tta Apply lo Advocato Aii.-ig Dap! in Writing I 11 Si-an 1 >NY Wanlaw by atovaa yoor old girl Hi \UU for Xnu. a parky who would lo aa tovad A paaal homo lor tha riant pony. na*d not ba young but mim ba para-ant Phono Lea. SS14T 11.1X51—41, WANTTD TO PURCHASE Boya BH-*il. nilabla (or boy apad Hi yaara old *on* SMB II II 41aSEA WELL VAXB—fc, B W I A in WEDMBfaTJAY Prnu. Jo. M 1 and olha* ilnnn Tha Purnitun% %  11. pai f !" < Rakr 1110 o'clock Trim. caMi HRANKER. TROTMAN 4% CO. rN.;AOIMFNT DIARIES with r.h monlh 1 -in i ( 'i %  OvdrgSM nlghl'i 13 II SI In fiRAMOTHnNi: KlliUII* l^li.i 'alypao "ttllah*'. Viclorv Teal alalch. Plrataa of Parta" ale Oramophona* and i-aanal Ibuca Phimr 4STt. Naw Market HAMB dimokad Hama from 4 IBs. W I loa alao Tl.11.ad llama I', lb* In aall Bplrlta Mall Uquon. A. al a boa.d and ahlnflo %  hot> %  ( Oolf Courar Rond. Worthing Via*. ChtL.i Ctiiip-h. •Ilhiii Dial "A Data* IhM IHI. day pj DavrinBar. 1SB1 To t A MclJlOD. r.-i Pnilra Magi.lr.i.. In.t A RiBnrd L CADOOAN AH,,, ml %  -'.on will h. anLicaniing Court lo br h.ui ri, Dt.trfcl "A" on Mondav. of Dnrrmbrr, IB9I, M II TriidiTs for the supply of Ground Provision-i Tenders are invited for the supply of ground provisions for tht three months beglnnlnf on the 1st January. 1932. to the following Government Department*'> Cil'-idair;, fMson: Sweet potatoes approximately 9,000 lbs. a month as governed by the number of prisoners, to ue delivered twice weekly at tha prison in proportionate amounts, Affutal Husi'ifal: Sweet potatoes — approximately 5.000 lbs week, lo be delivered at the Mental Hospital twice weekly in proportionate amounts. Yams— a* available. Eddoes—as available. Sweet polatoei.—approximautly 400 Its a Braa* delivered twice weakly as ordered Yams—as available Eddoes—as available Breadfruit—as available. t should show tha prK per 100 lbs. at which each ntloitod commodiliBB Mill be delivered at the institution concerned during each month t>f the period from the 1st of January. 1961. to the 3IM March. 1952 |. Tenders should be lorwarded in aroJed rnnfioj*! addressed to the Colonial Secretary (and not to any officer by name) so aa to reach the Colonial Secretary's Office not later than (4 p.m. oq Thursday. 20th December. 1951). The envelope should be clearly marked— "Tenders for ground provisions". 4 Further Information Is obtainable from the Prison, the Mental Hospital and the lazaretto. S. The Government does not bind itself lo accept the lowa.1 or any tender. IJ 12.51— 2n an irima. awmiuudiH drag*. J Ctougn, on. I. Jordan. S Jordan. L Jordan, or woodhouaa. r r-araar. A„ uaonaeo. mnw*. E Mealier. B Young. S Ductile. C Whito, A WMto. A Whiui. P. Bouth^y. 1. "Oouihar. M Wcllford. K Walllord. O llaynaa. M Price BtPARTfUa by %  W I A .r TrlaidadB alrlca Bpalr Rakar. Ma.mria 11 .k.i ^ V ArWINGs YEAST-VITE The Only Pain Reliaver containing Vitamin B, HEAOHCHES j NERVE PUNS ; OMSS ; } CHILIS I RHEUM4TIC PUNS When you ub YEAST-VITE Table. I)M rflcci H woodefful• PM. %  iiiihii. Paid Mj OuU.TnuHofn.diMppcu.anvrxibrEinw/M' n*W.' ThCT*'. nochina .IM like YEAST-VITE —II'. ihONLY p-m trUcvrt which ALSO ttt YEAST-VITE uvdiy RELIEVES YOUR PAIN AND MAKES YOU FEEL WELL SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NF.1MLRLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. M S Helena ilh Jan 1BS1 %  MUM, TO PLYMOI1H AND tkUIMAM MB Wiiierruiad lat Jan. IBM %  AIUNH TO eARAMABIBO AXD nmll-n 1.1 IA.M V MB Poaaldon Ind Jan.. IBM. HAILING TO TRINIDAD. PABAMABIBO AND BRIT. OMANA R.B. Colllca ITth Doc., MSI. M S Bonaire llth Jan 1051 • MIINIl TO .TRIMDAI) A < VRA4 ID MB. Haatlrni 14ih Doc 1011 UQTJOB LICENSE NOTICE mm MATTRfTIH HPRLNCJ ...I la-dv for padding a. I ilcBinil each Bee Ihrm al oor aho
W*'l P4M . /W/ l AwO 9 ChMAtmaA Mr 10 tae H4ruserif* swans Jff Moio Oookinc ^ More Work, b ff I.EBH WOBBT wtioa sbo harJff (IAS FOR COOKING A. HL ViEBB STOCKBROKER Barbados Investnsents. Oversra Orders Executed. 33. Broad Street, Bridgetown. (over Phoenix Pharmacy) Dial 4196. — Hears 9-3 1.12.61. i K COtTTS Thai ' daBiOtoly lh package l Coffee rou can bu) fre-d Mii.ply > %  now al >our grocer II IS 61a. IIPTICAIJ.Y CORBRCT BUN OLABBES: .. ninMe gi—I Xniu pcaanlj. CBoo*e om largo aaaortmanl at IMPERIAL iPTICAL CO. Lower Broad Bt Bill 61-Bn PRAMB g UM SO P I %  wn. call in •! Ralph Hgar>l ondgiful pram .an ba uaed lor a Can>•I moat IIMCUI in Can and for IM, 13 11 Mmiiiiii S-SVanWi In Pail* Peril novella* Elfal Toner II "I kogd H u> rach a dalnlv am lor Oblaln.hlal Knlghl'. I) II IIRP.CA. BANDR or MERCY BAtXiri rie aoM out al the Exhibition OUl ma' i.iugin al Johnaona Rlationery ana 1 a Advocale Sloro, price S cenU aa. h 11 II 51In HOAPS—Bronnlay. Toilet and Ball, ,i..i-..| ueiit* Ii" > 1 • "I ikp*. A Welcome Olft lor Xmaa u T a Pa* Bo. at Knight* 13 11 51-3n SAMPIK TOY DOLLS Two U Triple model*, ralher uncommon. R nHh having On dl*plav at on. ahow gj 11500 each Tha BUndard Agrm IdoaCo. 14 Bwan Bte-at DUU MBS. 11 II 51 It -AMP1J. RANOE OT I'MSnC HANU:AOR—A boauUful aaaortminl bring aI .t ..mpte pricaa All < Iaa Oit dllplf< •' "ur BhowroOPii I-..IUr Sl"i ^ik. J A \4rlJtOn %  it x <-' SB at a board and ahlngle ,e.lJe.ice M 1 Dei. IfU 0 r. A McixoD. •!). PMK0 Magi-ti'te IrlM "A Bigr.au TKVIlKHT BEST Applicant N II Thl. application will b. CO* idrred at a Lfcrcnamg Court 1.1 1 !" M 1 pDlu-e) Court. Dt.li-1 A %  on M^iul.. >f DocrmlMir. MSI. at I I'clovk. 1 E A M.I.IK>. Polkr Magudrala, DLa) A 14 11 (1L1QCOR UCENSK NOTICE r • %  gga| %  wpi 1 iI •ound. CBtl aaU Bo, Mnl| Liquor*. A, al a board and -In .lop uitli .hnlrouf atlavbrd al Halt Village. Chn.i Cliurrh. within Dirt -A Doled thl* llth da r of Docrmbrr. IBSI To E A MrlXOD. Eaq.. Police MagtMrale. DM A I. t-AtXKiAN. tor Applicant R n -Thla appllaalloai wlU bo ao .lOered at a Ucrualng Court to bo hoU ai Pol-r Court. Dlatikl "A" on Mondat the Mih day of Dacembrr. IBM. al 11 R A M.IJJOII. Police M.gl.l.ata Dial. A." 14 II II In Row Hake.. Hrk Packer. tlaba4h Pioace. V-rbl Taural. Anno Novall. Jean Taylor. Ann Carr. Jon.a Boyle, rroncia Dent. An PVillat. tan. Jinunv Wiggeni Ve.onlci Wlggent Reli'a Blmron. Rubrrl CapaUck. Diana Ruat. Belinda Rutl. Oualav Tarwlaan Cyru* llallkian. Roxla Mrllkuui Harbour Log Ren Mama Hmrtesla Rch Zonllh. fsrh Mar> M Lawia, Seh Wondarlul Counlor. Ich Mary E Carolina. Bch Z,W ..ilia. Bah Adallna. Rch Amanad T. V CLH Tnnl*. Bch Lucille M %  th. Bali Cloudia B M V Blue SUr. i tj-rdenla W. Hch Untied Pilgrim \l V Cnribbaa. M V T R H*di ABBIVAIJt th IJIUDALPHA. BO ton* na4. C-pl E1, I'im ir 11 rMvparjoii %  M a L Cap* Baal}-, from Rrlliih OXUana Mi liINDaYD II BS ion* il. Capl Barnea, from MarttfiMu* OCEAN RANOER. 4.M0 tons nL M.laraji" ft !" TriiiHlad BEPARTt'BEB RCTM. OS ton. not. Capl Emlilen r SI K.it. 1AX>V NOR! BKN. 41 ion* nrl. Capl. Noa. for Dominica M V CAMBBH. 100 ton* 1,1.1b*. for Dominica B B LaNARIA, 4.XQ ton* IrVtn. (ot Trinidad B • roRT TOWMBHSOfD 10*4 ion Ml. Capl Henrikaon. (or SS Vlnoonl In Touch With Barbados Coastal Station Cahla and Wlrolcot iWHUd atlviae that llary ca now communicate 1U1 in* ..llo-ing *hipa through th*lr B-rb*J..[.>n*l Stallon'— 1 S Barpodon. Dane lie. R. Itart Ooodgull E-ao Sullen. Varalhav. Ak'o Tindi*, Innclng. Morawcliar. 1. Dendnle. ll--ionc. C-ue Cum Yl !" lnesiM VP THRU *TAH * wiNii BBS, Capt net. Capl IV C-AltlllllFT r Domln%  tlrat Nevla ing Ttiurtdav The M V C I B.W.I. ind Trinidad sClKXiNEP. OWKERS Asaoc. inc. Tele. *047 FRENCH LINE I ir die Traiuatluliqif SalllBo to Saulha—lati aad Frasoa — Via — MartinUiae and OaaaVeloufe "COIOMBIE," tOtn January. 1962. %  COLOMlilE. 2nd March. 1S52 "COLOMBIK," 13th April, 19S2. South-Bound tusd Cruise Calling at: Trinidad. La Gualra, Curacao, Carta-, gena, Jamaica. "COLOMBIE.9th January. 1952 -COLOMBIE." 20th Feby. 1952. "COLOMBrE.' 2nd April. 1952. Accepting PaBsengers — Carra — Mall R. M. JONES & Co. Ltd. — Agents. /Ifaxj, Sbuznuhifi CoIK NF.W YORK SERVICE IIVC Harbadoa NEW ORLEANS SERVICE S "OCEAN RANGER" Balled TUi Nov ember--arrive* Bdo. Mtb Nov STEAMER snil* lint November arrival Barbados Mh Docambe.. STEAMER Saint Mi December arrive* Barbodoa Mth Diaa mB ae %  ND CANADIAN SIR VIC* I Hblg iaU* Menliaal 15th Noi :. RaUfaa I Nov. 5 A.rtrit %  th Dor M -4 "At/X>A POINTMS" 8 "ALCOA PEOARUR" B "ALCOA PLANTER' A" STEAMER ROBERT TUUM LTD. — NBW TORK AND GUldT aERTICR. .4th Dec 11 Mth Doe. SI IMh Dar SI Blh Jaag M Itat Jany M Ab-lcrr-t. •i.inl 1 ' I raa BALVATION ARMY f d caaiBTMAH ( nriB a. I Band you. Donation nofc. P O | ll.-le •• I'hili.. Duied ihii llth d.v of December ItWl Pa A W HARPER. E*Q PUlHC MagUOale. O1.1 c Signed ERNERT L, ASHBY. H I Till* applicallon Will be eon(de.e.1 at a Lse-n.lng Court lo be hjlil il Polico Court. DUirici "C oa, Monday he Mih day Of December. IBSI. al It rciock. Baa. ^ w MARPW Aa Police Magi ' %  '*'*'*'*'''*'*, TO-DAY'S NEWS IUSH WE art* having record I -hristrnas sales which proves that wc have the GOODS. £2.000 mortin Xmii Goods opening this week. IDHNSON'H BTATrONEBY Bod HARD WARE m i n i Brighten Up For Xmas We have a wide range of PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES i.......i.yri=aaaa i OR SALE • HA4.4.ATTS GROUP Oflers will be consider.*", for the purchase of the above group, consisting of Haggatts Factory and the following estates :— T. HERBERT Ltd. 10 X 11 ROEBUCK STREET. Incorporated 19M MONTREAL. December 5th. If ALL SHIPPERS BARBADOS Effective January 1st. 1952. n temporary surcharge of 15% will be made on the gross freight on .ill shipments from Eastern Canadian ports to Bridgetown. Barbados, which will be modified r cancelled as improved condition* may warrant. It Is the aim of the undersigned Lines to provide t-. OBSible service at low freighr rates but as our operating costs ave been mounting steodlly at Barbados due to increased argo operating expenses, etc.. regret have no alternative but it establish a surcharge which we hope will be of hort duraYouis very truly. ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY INC. CANADIAN NATIONAL STKA.MS1I1PS SACtTENAY TERMINALS LIMHTD Arable Acrea 305 324 266 115 Tatal Acres 713 644 521 211 Haggatts &i Bruce Vale approx. Greenland it Ov.'rhill approx. Bawden & River approx Friendship approx Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised and is equipped to produce i.incy molasses as well as D.C. sugar. During the 1991 crop, the factory produced 4,352 tons of sugar. The bags lequired for the 1952 crop neve been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other Items the following International Harvester tractors :— 1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with buiWorer. 1—VVD9. 1—Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoiler ploughs, 1—disc plough. 1— brushbreaker plough. 8 Dodge Trucks, 1 Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for Tractors. Livestock includes 14 horses. 12 mulea. Further details and .onditlons of sale may be obtained from, S. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD., Broad Street, aartsifetawn. GIVE HEALTH TO YOUR FAMILY THIS CHRISTMAS Of all the gifts that you could give vour family, none is more precious thari good health. The joys of Christmas mean nothing if you are feeling run down and out of sorts. , Do you know how to ensure a happy, healthy Christmas for your family ? Start them on a course of FERROL now FERROL contains Cod Liver Oil, Iron and Phosphorus, and has a very high Vitamin A and D content Take FERROL and stay well this Christmas. FERROL ThtWorld's Uvsl TO\H STIIKES fi. HY\0E LTD., inimls. (



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Sretaov ESTABLISHED 1B95 FRIDAY DECEMBER EGYPTIAN AMBASSADOR IN LONDON RECALLED U.K. Actions In Canal Zone Protested CAIRO. Dec 13. Officially Egypt recalls its ambassador in London ui protest against British actions in the Canal Zone. A Government communique also announced the Government will draft law to punish all those who deal or co-operate with any foreign military forcv In Eeypt It ^ai.f the Cabinet also agreed to amend the existing laws regarding the carrying of arms to Egyptian citizens who would be enabled to carry weapons. The communique announced UQL_ it* Cabinet decided to transfer the Egyptian Governments --pax-ling i-ngiiifn ' office from London to Central Europe with headquarters in Suilzerlanc A British Embassy spokesman in Cairo in/ormed of the mov*. Baal: "it is for Hi* Majesty) Government to decide on whether Sir Ralph Stevenson would be recalled. U. K. Legate Stays British diplomatic quarter! said on Thursday night there no intention "at the moment" to withdraw the British Ambassador in Cairo despite the Egyptian recall of ft* Ambassador In London. The Foreign Office said ii had not reeived In the early eventng any official word of recall Egyptian Ambassador Abdel Fatten Amr Paaha animuiued a Government communique Cairo. Diplomatic officials said the recall of Amr Pasha did not automatically mean thai the| British would recall Sir Ralph Stephcnson from Cairo They said, however, the Egyptian Government could force Steveni withdrawal by demanding It, Egypt Ambassador himself heard the first word of definite recall from the newspaper. Amr Pasha goes to Pans on Friday for a conference with the Egyptian Foreign Miniater Salah El Dii Pasha. There is no immediate information whether he would come to T-ondon again before returning to Cairo.— V.T. L'.S. Envoy dllsOit t iaa Mini*er Twice In 24 Hours CAIRO. Dec. Is. The United States Ambassador, Jefferson CalTery. call Egypt's Acting Foreign Minister Ibrahim El Farag pasha for tht second time in 24 hours at Egyp stalled action on breaking diplomatic relations with Britain United Preaa correspond en: Peter Webb reported from the Canal Zone, meanwhile, that a British soldier was killed last night when Egyptians crouched behind palm trees and ambushed a British Army convoy at a crossroads, four miles west of Iamallta. Cattery's third visit In four days was at Farag** request A commurdque on Anglo-Egyptian relations, it rat expected on Wednesday morning, still had not not been Issued. Asked if he was mediating. Caffery replied "Mediation? No." lie added, "thare are many 1hing* in the politlrnl *ituation which It Is possible to discuss with the acting Foreign Minister." —V.F. Egypt ii U.S. Sabre Jets Destroy 13 MIG'sIn3Days 8TH. ARMY Hy., Korea Dee If, United States' Satire MtgL destroyed IS Russian built MIG1S jet fighter planes today in blazing air battles over Northwest Korea to set a new record. T more MIG's were probably destroyed, and one was damaged "MIG Alley" dogfight* U.S. losses, if any, were i |leu Never before in the history of combat solely between )et planes has one side lost so many aim In a single da* However. US BW superfortresses and escorting U.S. jets together shot down 14 MIG's last April 12th United Nations troops and tanks also took the offensive on the ground. They staged two major raids deep Into No Man's Land on the Western and West Central Fronts and killed scores of Red troops before returning to their* own lines. The twin rsids were the biggest largesrale Allied attacks since the Eighth Armv issued its famed "no aggression" directive two weeks ago. Despite the raids, the Eighth Armv insisted tfiat there had been no change in its direct ivr -U.F. Deadlock In U.N. Assembly Not Broken PARIS, Dec. 13. The United Nations General Assembly was deadlocked: today its ninth attempt to fill the vacant seal on the Security Council. Greece received 28 vote' and Byelo Ru/uia 27 A two-thirds majority is needed for Election. The bitterly contested Greek Byelorussia Tight for a seat on the U.N. Security Council lained deadlocked through a record 15th ballot, and Ihe issue a* postponed until the third Ond next week The United States -backed Greece scored sizable ({amover Its total in she first round of the General Assembly bailout ng last week, hut could not reach the required two-thirds majority of 40 votes. II.P. Egyptian Minister* Will See Eden PARLS. Dec. 13. The Egyptian Foreign Minister. Mohammed Saleh 13 Din Ps>r "id that he would be prepared 11 meet the British Foreign Secrolaiy, Anthony Eden, for an ex-' hangc of view*, in the French ijpltaj. It Britah suggested such ,1 meeting. He said th-'he himself had not made and v-guld not make any move to trial about a meeting with Eden. But he said that if Ixlen want>d~V> meet him during Ms forthcoming visit to Paris next week, he would welcome tnc opportunity lo discus* the current situation with the British Foreign Secretary. —t'.P. Churchill Holds Cabinet Meeting LONDON. De< 13 Prime Miniater Winston Churchill met today with hit full Cabinet to discus* the Egyptian Miuation, as reports from British, repre-tenutives showed that Ru< Mwas moving, fast to furth<, undermine Britain's position in British^ftj^ 1 diplomaPc relations wer#ner breaking point, but still were preserved by delay from Csiro Foreign Secretary Aniho--. Eden was aefd W be laying .1 l>I-n before the Cabinet to tr. to re-open negotiation"* —C.g*. REDS RAID TOWN: FOUR KILLED MANILA. Dec. 13. Four person* were reported killed In a four-hour raid b> Communist led Huks on Lucban town in the Quezon Prov early today. The raiding dissidents cut power lines and looted the stores before fleeing —t'.F. Will l\S. Govt. Scandals Help Republicans ? (By JOHN | ( CTTTKR1 LSHINGTON De. M. 1 i^rnlated whether the scar,, Stales Gnvt-rnment may help Senator Robert A Taft in his fight for the Republican Presidenli.il or and hurl General Half he docldes to run They figured it ImS *v Many pgrgons unhir I reel that T:ift hns no '-political sex appeal" While t admiring his record. MI. it he would be beaten h mocrata if nominated bv %  ublicans next Julv On the other hand there Is a %  rtdel) ii'i December 18. Since the elections of IDSfl when 2.ooo peopla ragustared ihen rote an A.t granting AdutSuffrage ha* born passed sod now a total exceeding 95,000 men and women have, baajn mfnnchised. Yesterday wa* quiet since uniioi UM Dan* otdUasnc*. the usual loud speakers, itealbands and tout* wen glMneed, People cnit Iheir vote* quiet It fiiim early morning, coining and going quietU The law required thai employers grant employees an hour in which to vote but a Inrge mimbei of workers cast PRICE: FIVE CPVT3 Ring at in the earb on Ihelr way to -work* The candidates and thei agents could do no Usi minuti canvassing but they visited the aeveral polling booths m th constituencies regularly ONE lucldant at Uie Pollii.g SUUon at Christ Church Boys' School marred the smooth run nlng of the voting ysstcrdsy. This incident occurred about SM in, (VoUng ended at p.n.| whan the Oistm Palloo was railed lo the Boy*' School where sn unruly mob started to bsraU Mr D. Jackman who wan the Frealding Officer at that palllM*sUuon This arose ovr nons misuii Serstandlng eencsmlng the votes and ths manner In which the voting SM conducted. Mi Jsckman's car which was some yard* sway from the boys 1 -i-iiool was stoned by ihe mob. Eventually Mr. Jackman was escorted from the build uuj by the Police. BIOBTV livr. YEAR ttl.U Elvira poiliug Clk. Erie Taylor, -• thr Jun .lauiti l>'ii:iiil her. ihUMh -it -Oieoii nold.'. at Mlchatl. got* hei laoulMi ticket rsoin Uic V MiA Pollilis St-tir>n diirliig the voUlu yeMetday H.i daughtri Silvar Smuls Will Get Telephones i-l .Mr l.Hllhas a v.i v extensive prole f.>i ltfi2. "This proMi.it it m Into lf51" Mr A. w. 1 ,-i of the the Adve4e raa(' %  'iiipuuv to give service rv outstanding applicant. 1 the present undeveloped %  %  Token Imports Scheme To Be Extended FOLLOWING dalWMaOM betutvn the Qnilcd KtlUdCMU and the Canadian t'.oviTiimont iul n-pivsontaiivcs %  ( ihf British West Indies vVhich started early lasl summer, arnnftmajntl have now been work-d out fn 1 KtCfUalng and .inn-ncliiiK tfsfl fMslin acheimof "Token Imports" Into the British Watt IIKUM BM) Iha BthaWUi hott Canada and the United State* ol America. pi tag recovering old SHELL EXPLODES; FIVE KILLED NAIM.ES. Dec. 13 Five Italians were killed am two injured in a shell exploaloi near here last mghl. The hlasl destroyed four houses. The disaster occurred when ihe oimar Of g fireworks factory tried lo dismantle a shell left over from the war. In order to recover Us explosive material.— V.P. Clubs, bars and re-tinnani^ were rorbtddan n all %  IcohoUc di nki and these were olosad giving Itridgetown a holiday look but after 11 p m. the CltJ cams to life.* No I.IIK yiieui' Voting at the polling stations about the Ivy. Government Hill Welches Road, Belleville. Culloden Koad and Rockies Road, like in most others wag 10401 an in BJ orderly manner The peopl seeme-l 10 realise that a law intending to prevent disorder was recently passed and Ihey haOn Page g : %  at River Road Th' oaoleta aftet 1 < cable was put down unaUlutlon Road aa far M River Hu.ni d u 1 > Cully more Rock. dated that the primary %  eason foi putting down aha underground cables In place of lbial D Rivet Road area W11 Uosuse their cables prevl11 i> aattendsd % %  Rlvi 1 M % %  thr v.. un Brktge am 1 I n u/dl-a lot re r. rrstniiene along B II I toward Eagle Mall BsW of llllnilgjb—III the fit. 1 hat in |ftj ||g 1 ns a ill replace |hg cable which now runfrom Ragle II I to Mnghton by a larger and new undergioun. .1-0 piopt-Mfl 10 lav 1 able alon-i Whitel 1 1 and Hank Hall at ( 11 nail |>IM al'Mig West bill ,.orrh In reverse" Both ><'int U.H. and COfavnunlsl Sub-corn m ittees are discussing the exchange of prisoners, and another trying to work out the method "1 policing a n armistice, found themselves deadlocked M the end of the dsy —f.P. So far a Uie Canadian side 1 .ncerned as from January lit, U>52. Ihe list of items covered by scheme habeen expanded nclude a much wider range commodities including food (IHHIUCU. leather, metals, electrind textile manufactures etc. Also percentages of exporb-i iiuotas for most of these cor modttlea will be raised U< 3:i l/>* to 40%. The expanding trade liberal* jtinii arrangements will be us from January 1st. 1952. operatini iiiffcrenllv for British West In •he-, and the Bahamas trading ilh the United Stales of Amari1 Instead of a system of commodities of quota* b as ed on [H-rcentnge of post trade, the West Imlte* and the Bahamas will he able to license Ihe oridlhonsl imports from United States of America "V b> a speeifird total psjgaj 1Jrente hforlh American rsjs.i I id so benefit from authority reeently given for Colonial (iovimmenbi lo Introduce u sys'em '' Woiid Open General Uceiice for certain commodities. These mainly of a kind essential k Colonial Developrnent. The list I ' % %  %  1 %  1 %  > be applied DOVfll '<" pk .! wide range of Rnlsned items and setm rOBpar -mr and nirkel but includes dried pickles, sail pOtl gartaia gsuntal feaaang 1 ii lnta goodi In spite of tha grava balani • % %  ( %  pealtkhn "' lh< %  rasni 11 has l-een (hough! right Advocate Relief Fund WERE you unions those who coutilbuUd to ths riihermeii Solief Fund today* If yon wars not there Is still time to help tlis fund on by brtnslas your subHcrlpUon to the Advo rats Omcr Am., ,\i .... .„!„.! St eimr g II I • Sir. A 1> Shl I |H# K( SSIANS MOVING IN ON MID-EAST ft i. r oiutgORi: ROMS. Dec. 11, are wun equ< 1 1 >. ever slnc I'visii-n ano Egyptian crtsts. S. iamp' m regarded athe a.. H itewaj oetween Europe and ihe showe.1 *hai iio lass than eg Ktiasuin*. most Wtth diplomat |i->-*|Mitt' rfre oOtcially known io iiave passed Hi... within ihe last 42 days Mia I flj few days m Horn* on io >.MW-IIN p..mtMI the M.cvt %  The last group arrived bgga liecember Sth. The> -.•id that Ihoj were en rwate to 1 .1 llui inev toppcu %  t Roans %  .-i %  gaMal ••itneiic'. Si,,111 asca rot MiddilUstaen 1.111,1 • %  Only Ihreo aVfi RomaV .nrint. I'rlie for in,„,.. V0-, 1 replacements for I'lllan 1 msular mlaslnns in Italy. Tlie Russian offleial dipldmatie ni in ihe Rome Embassy 1 third only lo those of the Unite.' gag flrilain r'rnm Official Handbook In the official diplomatic hand11 has 2ft official* listed This exclude, clerks, typists, rerepUeabM, guards, cooks, maids. ihe latter, the Russlan a gencrall) inatat on providlna themrelves from Russian slnek. rhb raanparaa with ih nfflctt Mornatai t ol ai perui 1*1 luiliiii; licricai pseaal mission ,-i... .md tha U.S. ia ni official computation ol 74 .ersons. Actually, the Americans with ICA military rmWmn;• %  < %  number 423 persons. The entire FWeian Press Colonn Rome total ome 2S0 fuH-timi* orrespondentand stringer pSTlOdloats, rrtugee "U'i'l"' %  '' %  every natinnlitv. OfficLdlv listed with Slasnp.i Rstera" or the Foreign Ptes' hBa are the Russians — tig-fool Alexander Vlahevsky of Teas ."Od tlractlve Olgn Tchechetakla who •iTlved here onlv sla monthago TIP gnlai tha ngr Congressman Continues Round The World Flight 1 u. 1 %  ri'A Dag II 1'eter . Mack. .In 1 gfajrt aman 1 froa Ulasib ofT Oil Thursduy 111 his prtv.de plana '"i nanigni of inround tht srotid goodwill flight Mark who . far visited SO OOtintrMa, refused Ui Singhi>ul any nation wheihg 1 than elsewher*. Hi ai 1 %  I found gr I 1 gsansaeraase way .1. • 1 1.,1 \ 1 1. ... innwhich rOUSd i>e I.I'hU.i into 1 %  ,.dd< d tli-t in !' %  I met with l*iemier Mohamme.i atata of %  good fceimi! %  I'.I*. r\|)linoiis hrcalcii The Philippines MANILA. Dec II Two typhoons are roaring toward the batiered Central Itiii.ppme Islands where storm and voicamc eruptions have killed at least 464 gguq The Weather Bureau said that the 105 m.p I. typhoor which earlier this week took 1 reported death toll <.r 216 in th* Central Philippine* had turned pi the South China Sea and ' heeding again toward the west coast of Luror The typhoon hit the Philipp on Sunday night and in a hours rampage across six of thej mat-r islands, battered the city of Cebu and destroyed much of the vital sugar care crop Negros Islands—I'.P. iMini BM groal impartanc -' 0 minercial relalton I-(ween Ihe British West 1 ,:•< il the North Am. in gH gild tthV) ragarggaml ,1 subsuinllal easing "f import lestiii' 1 .1 %  % %  .., QM UnKad BtatM of Amei %  fit DD deigrotind tables of Ua Barbaaa< Talaphoua Oa were laid mon't 1 ago sad now ItelBg connecUd irp The A*vocau urnir. man found workmen ramoving the ovarhejid lines at upper Rleer Road, ye\ terday ^__^ French Ratify Schiiman Plan Il4>n. (Jvril SVIM'HIIT Dies O/ttWAOAy tS II. ininuiiiiy wag profound Ihe death al the (oloiiv lloapilal Ihimfiinlns of the Ho I %  %  I a> hoeli and gad rturned ... t tin ii and lha legislature tm %  %  ring May '. %  m IK18 and heail of |wi Bon Ii ifa from Itll l'43 when ni .|,i" 11 led' .' year. lb held the Doctorate of PsyehoiOgy >-1 ihe Ne* York Unlvarafty and Raehelor of S. lem-iMial Kduciior, Always prominent in lo. .d pulilli life, be w.,1 widely known in Ihe eastern Caribbean tesehing fraternity. He leave .1 wldOW, .yhters and four sons His death will neeessii aleetlon, but it is almost certain that his recent opponent. F R. paterson will be returnBRnn \riiMu w i ii Slav With Trmnan WASHINtiTON, ItCf 1.1 Secroa w T of State, Dean A i %  psana la --ta on hb job for ihe leiniiinder of Truman's i-urrenl lerm Administration officials said on Thursday. They iharpty denied fhg rcporta being circulated In Kuropc. that A<-he^m would be replace'l t,v the Mutual Security Chief. \ %  ill Harrtman. "as wm as lha Korean War ends." Meanwhile. Acheson called m Truman to n-pori on ihe United Nations meeting | M Paris and the North Atlantic TreBt> Home AchggOa iciurned lo Washington on Wednesda* tughi and WB\,\ Truman who compliI him for a great Job.*" -UP COOL I \ It IRISH ... nose-i 1 a Galry tirket The freneh Assembly 1 I r j.ioritv. tlif Schuman Plan for pooling Ihe four l>l I lion dollar' coal aim sources of Western Borong %  force through the revolutionary Bk down the nal.01 inters of France. West Germany. Italy and Benelux Wtih UM French Aasambly iv ing such him bMSI lo Western it was expected to aid the plan's In tha I'aiii.! m wht h will aoon eonsxir Only Ihe Netherlands had the 50-year Pool Treaty. which was Initialled bv il Ministers in Paris last April Pleven demanded Rer he and hi. Foreign Mini.t-. Robert Schuman. and the Econo> 1 %  %  at a di*>dvai.' aany, nat the Pl,ii, eossatltuaa K.irope'i 3 0I survival' and Pleven this warning on Tuesday 'i-H-laration that, France •era I* ,i i-reai mission to eccnmplisft." t r J'CA IS ANTI-T.B. TRAINING BASF. KIN'; Dae. II • is now the (arlbbehn (raining base in the anti-lulier lotis campaign %  b -i %  w.i Health orgam Other Caribbean islai llll American Hepuhllcs ie ending medical dspartment members for training here. The first trainees are a doctor and two nur*.: from Uruguay -icr.i ...Til I \ iV 9 / U U H011 Ra-dem,i.. wall, gga] gggggp *" h M la T l l I Oi|l>uiid Water Peint then Hg boa gggj and fr--l, 'hmogSl Rkat \u-l boa tinsew besdty IgjH %  ( %  Uatl... 1, ,ll.onnd to Bg-ka 11 aasbable and durable. Ther tre more than twenty delighiful %  hadol lo eiinose front, each girlag k •', rim-li. Wat roil a vari ipplr.andjoB'U be pteasaatlv %  1 ro lin'l bow far it fees {ffi& Mllll BV BERGER PAINTS AT ALL HARDWARE STORES GARDINER AUSnN 4 CO., LTD.—Age-U



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PAGE EIGHT HAKKAIHIS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14. 1151 Barbados (iocs To Polls Quietly And Orderly f> From r*g>1 in with voters at the rate of am tarty morrunt voU. Though About one every two minute*. ni*n. voted during the I\r*l i*n Small groups assembled In the hour, aftei the opening of the vMfUty of the Dispensary and avll* ^till there was never nnj Alnwhouse commenting In low deln% tan* ">n the candid-lei they IVU Praia about • to 11.30 a.m. votwould be ut-cefu!. Thing* are Uig -i moat of these polls wa. at really lively in this district. On* a miftimuni but from 11.30 a.m. man wa the main .iitracttun at lo about 1 p.m. when workers the cars entered the prrtniae* %  >•? returned home lor lunch they the polling booth. At on* turnhe took ttilj ci |Kiriunit> lo cut then ,'houterl to the dn.ii IO me." w ho had brought In a group of An interesting feature about vo'er* 'Look Lome kill de nurae the women espeeially the housedog" Stop, stop" he*then ran to wtVf* wa that they made the 'he car aifM made •> few remarka. voiina apuvar as though it ware Shout* like '*Vou know the riant u f,„mal affair which they had 1+^M>" and *you know wluJI long since decided how to handle o do" could be heard a* ear* and it wan then only a question entered of making Ihemselve* neat when Mr. Victor Vaughn arrived on they got a spate 10 minutes durthe scene wearing a beret as th. ini the day H and going to mark crowd cheered him He *ad ,,,* >Y very tired and his voice was "EM Mi u. the polls in *i:ht.y ho. Hr. Aiide, coSSeT Husbands who we., arrived shortly after and he loo 1( ppo.ters of a particula. reertwd heart, chaai uartv, were determined to leave uim-n Outnumber MM no stone unturned and carried The line here was the biggest ultaitt then *4ves lo cast then Sean so far, for it went up to 25. VQ tei but the women nut-numbered the Ahht.iigh everything was ordermen by about ihrt-c to\one At ly about these districts there WH mc. the whole h still .i icttle**ne*k among WAIHMI ll-l-l \IS lh pxcepllwith the ware all n. They gathered in groups at women, i ne dresses worn by tha some corners and short Shttancej wn M vesry. attractive as siatlona dlsruasing ttw *w chances of the various members colours The, MOoMd to like being in <*> I the placard marked "Poll1 he dresses nlight struck The voter* they queued No I .iilcn-l igalnst the kepi very i-buld hardly hour m| Station"" and the duty police. Ai SI Pater, oni This made mem feel they M h in the thick of thing-Purlin; the tirst two hours, the i iwa-ibty be eotpn "• '" %  I MB M ..-lling stations one by unv. At Easy Time i got oaooi more people The i Returning Officers ha., cam* to vote ..,m. an aaaj UM %  '"' Fl w oul< loitered around the Ml .iu.sing mallei-i s'reel. I hey went to Wi< pasa with earn oiner aim Mia their mark and went back ,, uHOflf roaiiy pushed with Bt*** 'heir horn.-.. Driver, of motor lending lo UM voters. veL,cle* did not have the headin. ion* uolicc to ue lound outfen* i>f uirnJng ,,, and out among I siat.ons. appealed to be huodi.-u* of people H thay had here ihe.e %  neither russ nor St. Joaepn e*vitetiicnl and we are standing At tr.c polling station nearest in fell hot sun." ,h > Sl Bernards Boys' everytMeet oanus, loud speake nave addeu U.S. Striving Hard To Keep Atomic Lead Bv J. C MW.I H WASHINGTON. Dec. 13, The United States u> already turning out new weapons %  possible by "very vital" information learner! in this "ne teal Musts at Frenchman's Flat, Nevada. An'l .oven ai> these new arms go into the stockpile. U S. weapon rta are j;ettim; set tor more tests this spring in then ii remitting drive to keep our atomic lead river Russia. As Cordon Dean. Chairman of the Atomic Energy Commission soberly said. "We have already saifl that we have a substantial .idvanlage (over Russia). w\ M maintain it". SAN FRANCISCO. t>c. 13 Lit He One*. Big Ones EzzUrd Charles enhanced his lip said lhat U.S. atomic ex'the world plosive* ire going into finished • Ighl title, which he once weapon form as rapidly as iriej <-id. when b. dearly outpointed >re produced, and new information I .xlm. Mie world Light it translated into new weapon deigni champion here las'. fll g^ a „ quickly as it U obtainad i:lt ba 12-round non-lille He ^ d lhat such W( apont '%  ii Max %  !.//anl Charles Outpoints Maxim led 1 f0 pounds %  itua.ion*." In thm year'a teals, five lest riiaii" were set off in Nevada burl In his dn-nip mom afterJanuary and February, and seven t harles said that he hoped mow in October and December. a have u icturn world HeavyDean said thai these tests "atw igrit title bout with Jersey Joe ready have had substantial effect' in fVhruary or March, on (he programme to build up ar • he exjieiled to atomic arsenal, with Increasingl) Urend hb world Light Heavyversatile weapons. weight title soon. pro""wy He said, "we have learned | lot D! Seattle. n| lh|ngi aboil lhp ac9iKn oi CLYDE WALCOTT. Watt Indies kr per. appealing after catching Ian Johnson for flvi> ott Prior Jonr-' how ing in Ui* Second Test on 3.12.ol. in \ Cf -i Maxim. i ink the later sUges of the bout that Chartaa donunatad mattaeg wtlh left* to the body. He had Mitxtm in tumble with ,i le.t to the jaw in the i. ind. U.P. TrinitUul lioxvrs To Visil Barbados Nexl Year ( %  •..in tram tha A TnnV -,t tha thing waa quiet. Even the school |> t( rt m a mil ar'inki.ig would "nave addeu children were ailent as they left against excitement, Wit U luat aa wtU ,hc *<^^ %  lunch lime. A doa Boys' Clubs. Already memlor we woalO have had more shower or rain came m Hir n.il t i.. r %  %  .. i k "f brilliant sunshine and voters preparing for Ihi* visit. Policemen had o tell voters " 'hr way to the gtaVim shelMj. Praitno Croig. boxing occasionally that they could not ^^"'^".^VhlJ'i, l.'t'* !" .^ m**""** ; "' %  >*•*' luiiai aiuutat the stationbut had J tf hers during the lunch period < %  „,,„ lo rt the Adveeate thai !:tsi s?-.;" & js^~§s b oi"a.i. The d W pwsed luWtlyJhat ^PJjJ ££> s houaewife was heard girls [tended i mi plea, .„,,, u uJ r sports at ItuBoys' flul... head ue. tu fm |hp „„ slx ,„,,„,*. •'Diirlnt Ihelr benmlful l*'U*nf did not tirevvnl Waterworks Depnrtment from mark to another, "li not to-day S'^SJ like Sunday to you'' It feels so V Thc polling stations at Ambrose Girls' School, Ihe a"-^''^ Foad Th" MghS ^ S "'*' "^S "' nson and Bethel were no! marked number ,„ lhtf uuculng e hrr „^ by much activity as everyone-fc.^ Cars arrived at intervals of realised that the Police had not lcuBjuout live minutes. y-| will stone unturned in gelling every thing done as orderly and quickly us possible. Voters went about their buauitsw In a quiet way. Some asked a few questions regarding the marking of their ballot paper. At the Oarrlson a few labourers — who apparently had the day of! — rllscussed the chances of the Parties :.nd candidates but just aa th" U.S. Team Victorious In Tcdiiict Finals MELBOURNE, Australia, Ol.\ IS Ted Sehroedcr. 30 and Trabenl polli the group. The polling stations In the Carrlngt""' vniiii i %  I • like a i. %  Mr. Cralg. who has ji'M relurntil fmm Trinidad, said that ith the progress made by thi members of the local Boys' Clubs He said thai thev have) nil taken a kren in1iiIhe Urn* he Oral vMrtaal giv them lessons. Boxing rings have been set up at many of the clubs and boxing has reached a very high standard An brtar-ajuh boxing eontasi wai hald li-'tween two of the leading clubs. District "A" and th. M Street Boys' Club. F. Sti .-k.-, 1 H..v Btnaat and R Can District "A" were the <• %  Mr Cralg .-aid. 'To foster hattaf relationship between the ighout the Islarn LOOK YOUR BEST Your hair will be handsonw hy far when you treat it to Vaseline' Hair Tonic. Just use a lew drops a day... then see the difference! %  uy a bottle today! .-iimns which hava already been itaXL We learned 50m* .ery vital things that permit of an mmtdlata pay-off." To Oouhle Production %  nn a The expansion programme now tenth ,nder way will more than double 1 reduction. Dean said tha. atomic iiw materials prospects are sumlent for a further arms produc ion increase of lS6n. But he aid lhat a strain on Ihe VS. emnomy and the rest of tha Rermament Programme would rvere. and he Indicated that % %  -. ,lr be unwise. Secondly, he Is sure that atomic eniilrm for submarines would ork. Thirdly. A.E.C. experts repon that industrial firms are studying possible participating of private in ntomle power and fuel production. Fourthly, he still hopes newaien can be permitted to see on. I the future tests if difficult rurity problem can be licked ut he w ould not commit himself %  ..v or anofher. l>ean himself has forecast atomic 'arheads for guided missiles, rtillery shells, and torpedoes. 1. rail as aerial bombs of a variety f sire* and roles.—U.P. dUcu^lons were getting healed Ted Sehroedcr, 30 and Trabenl Xe W ,*£^in"on fluty dispersed 21. ihe United States defeated shells Lannai t Berghn genthuMigh.ajt the ISlaM, wa illy rated as huropaa best bn'•' * SttOdlK. boxing in district were pUyar and Bvasi Davidson in "JJ r > m ti ,.f all Chins. Rew quSt. "rn the ea'rly morning ihe.e ftrag* •fj >* D -' s h c( h ^ ,^ Rb la vobni*tu the stations, but these In the most duappoinlmg len"^J^j^preaentalivlo W were not In sumelent number, "'s riW>w staged here th Is season '^X ^^ CMbt Boxing ,„ e KM rush At this period Jxhroeder at the peak of his game ,M hardly more than two or three touted Berghn six-two, six-two votei were seen at a station at Iflth and The Set—. plaining, however, that many of the women in the area did not nppeni to be sufficiently interbt etad In thr Election. There an much concern about this, for they J.imalc reasoned tsiat It an the women %  .mic of the island on whom the outfounds on Sunday come of the Election, to a great conclude on Ihe "Jlrd. ejstent. depended. W. A. Parmor (Captl. " r* Along the main greets and Atkins. C. G. Allr>m. K ida business went on as niiwen C. De Peira. G. Edghlll. usual except that all liquor shops N ,. %  Hirril ,, n A n„ U)l T K wan closed presenting a SunK( N g< lMcn c ^ bll ,„ h *ft.'5!SSS; '."p^o'h'^n •" t S Win,— eleetnr by canvasser or candidate beggini! for ;i vote wai %  rtlru) iilwent. and Ihe people going lo the polling stations did otdeilv and The Police had no Irotibl Busiest Station !" match starts at 1 P m lo irotnplly and players are partlcubout ,, "' l v i'*"*' 1 '" '"* punetuaC Please ntry notuj tha Morel rj in case JVINI 1 layers are nimble to participate WHAT'S ON TQDAY Court of Appeal 10.00 JB Police Courts 10.00 s.tti. Annual Prlss Day of St. OlleH 1 School 2 V in. Annual Missionary Meeting at the Empire Theatre when the Police Band will at Und -4.4ft p.rn. Mobil* Cinema show at Work man's School Pasture, St Qeorga 7..10 p.m. Olympla Club gives DramaUc Performance at WakeBald. BOU*h CoOncil. While Park at 8.U0 pm. fluiirise: 6.00 am. BunMt. B\0T p.m. Moon Pull. Dec niii'i 1 I Lighting: o-OO p.m. Idgli Tidr l.'H am. U| |i %  Low Tide >* 4tt-. 10.23 p.m. %  Sunivi"l snd K. t Walcott (CgptJi P.. Atktiwm, R. Barker. AB K Hi uikir. Q, N Onnl t lluiite. H. A. King. C. II !-<"nhOUt mteifert-nctf. Utaa, H A. Uivvless. O. rTOvWha and O. Wood. The match SPECIAL XMAS OFFER A RENOWN SHIRT FMKB In I hi' I iisl t II-. film 11 S/I<'F,I/I,II/ SIT.HO i,,.r H Itau tram .... HI1I1 In I Til, lh,< inhi 1 Wo hv* a Wtd* rang* (it LADIES and GENTS C;OODS. Ill I / (M. B. HANNAH) Ml Tudor SI. DIAL 2.116 Half Hats Haloes and Open Crown HATS We have recently opened wme very chic Trinidad Hall H.I. and Haloes. Price, Iran. $2.77 io $ 4.15 WiuV Brim open Crown Huts with Criiiulinr Trimmings $5.01 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 ft 13 Broad Street FOUR WINDS The Club will re-open December 15th We are pleased to announce Ihe appointmtnt of Mr. & Mrs. EKROl RKOOKS ai Mana(er*. Trie polling atatioi Sl. Ji.hir. Mm* ihe biwle.1 aeen in the iltalrlct for Uic *lav. Co, YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT from Codrington RUnfsll 00 in. Tetnl RimliiH far Month to data: LM 1M Klghe-t Temper a tine: BflJV F Lowunl Temper.itiiK' H I T Wind Velocity: 7 mile-i per hour Baroaiater ('* p.ml •!• They'll Do It Every Time r^flmNicy DMCV r*wury vous-* LEAVE os ntnaxMct cxR5a.ves ID KXI -_. By Jimmy Hatlo Jit to fitAbaction! YES' every suit made by us is specially tailored to "FIT TO PERFECTION While there ar* tailors and tailors" we can boast of being .... THE TOP-SCORERS IN TAILORING' P.C.S. MAFFll & CO. I* LEATHER WALLETS With Itaaen am three ihlet BEAtTIrUL LEATHFIt OXLT Sl • M Year Jrwellrri V. II. I l>l\ A CO.. LTD. >• BHOAD STUKEI ELECTRIC SWITCHGEAR WE HAVE THE FOLLOWING IN STOCK lUrt Amp 2 and 3 Pole Main Switches • Aasp %  Pale :it AMP X *nd S IS Amp 2 and 3 la Amp 2 Pole 30 Amp 3 Pole Change Over Switch** 3t,M and 100 Amp Kentark Fast*. AUmm MOTOR SWITCHGEAR SUr/DalU ang Direct on Line with Ammelem far 2, 3 ang 5 HP MoUrs YOUR ENQUIRIES ARE SOLICITED The Barbados Foundry Ltd. man PARK ROAD. BRIDGETOWN. r///,'/,v-V/V/e'//.MVW0 Phone 4267 for U.H.C. METAL FABRIC for reinforcing concrete, for fences, window gnnrds ate. 3" x 12" meah Medium ft Light Gauge t "x 8" meah Medium Gauge 3" x 3" meth do. FIIHIMH 'RETE rapki-hardaning rEMENT *; in 375 lb. drums I s\\vriu:ii WHITE CKkBBfl \ in 375 lb. drums •I PITCH PINE A IIOK.ItS FIR Boartl and Joists in various nixes. X Phone 4267. S | WILKINSON A HAYNES CO.. LTD. •: Sport Sh irts WITH A DIFFERENCE HOLLYWOOD BLUFF By IAYKX TEXANS By AERTEX FHEEIVESE By CONSULATE AT C. B. RICE & Co. MERCHANT TAILORS OF BOLTON LANE





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IMC.F TWO BARBADOS IDVOCATF. FRIDAY DFXFMIUR II. 1951 Ccutib Qallinq H ONOUKAB! r. R E. Balnea, % %  '.. %  n! delcgnt' %  *etlag which ended at i.i.v even' (MM by B.C. Ali%  iy. %  it the Seoy, %  iuir. It K. Meeting it, due to return to B.C PJ I A. F?r Christmas Holidays M \ • today by I 1MB H M HUMfl I i in; Off To B.G. M it Bmnood 'Ram' I Of Mi. W A Fa UHI ?!•• idmaster of Uidgc %  %  k % % %  ". hoUdtij with Ins family leave* today for tfj B W I A For over five yean, "Ham" had been study iiiginceiin.! %  Derta, England add take up .in •rear, air tieerae aaai .ippuiiitmcnt ilh llatara, Sand-* far* and Daputy Lead* >.-liana, •' of lhp J""*> e -" **•* Tilt" party wo glvt>; Toniih. D rpomCHT to Uv ;Y.W.CA. Chri.tir.. P.rty 1 CoUsSS II. ill. IfcT.** KOWIMH eMP w a. ii J Chok*. II mm The k N... Ailvu sin M ti I. .4 i p at T>* Daily i p Bl *-> A Iui 4 45 u>tc Msgaitiir, l • %  Cmnpa—r *-.k. i 15 p m a*) your Lrt. p.r*d 4 M ,. > Tud4Hllp.nl Ttw .-•. 7 in %  %  . l*4VOrt on %  ft W1 %  x iiiim. uuv ThrallMl-nw %  .. A I* piti I -Ho Mrwwel. • M fr. World AlTalr.. I-.r u lit* W*-B. pm praaented a cup for hois' 1 t->.:iu> M*IW' s* p n Uuv< %  Ing whk-h when won on three % %  > %  . %  %  be forfeited %  •Mule isl. %  .i in Um attnonjd ntt, %  Toitola last AupM %  %  Mr. D. W. HeUUnd American resident who la a proof ni iput i FIRE RAVAGES 5-STOREY HOTEL FARGO N DAKOTA. Dei II Bra swept through %  tons E-irU' Hotel at bn H.M.s. Plnafa %  • today, forcing some 200 MJ I tests to flee into iV. if Mi. J. A %  k CornniisMoner of UN canttfMKW The hotel n British Vlrgla isl,mils indeed. u> feared that an elderly MS I'm. .(HI t'i .: woman was trapped on the third It was ataaed three times. floor —I'.F. L DINE taVUM am! OLD YEAR FFSTIVITItS at AT ihe Cocktail P.Mr al UiMartii* Hatal ma WadRewUy niKO Head of CD ai.d W I-d I I of Uia Jamaica Labour Party and Lady iv* Committee by lion D B 8ang*ter on behalf of the Jamaica delegjtli nomlc Coaualttae Uaetlni t to rifht. III. Ea< Banister. V . • wife of Kir Robert Barker membi lanry the Oorfor So-i.l WaB %  r I U the Bacional Eco nd the i i DtaiaaUo^|np|| yw.CA. will hold their interp, | rhl, m „ p,, rl)r if Shal M'i Routine Viait Free Show II. KUUIK . 11 1 M S II A W, Bootes" Service BapnaOBUr T Mt: "'^ '"' • Barbado Thurs|i Vr arm..] fro %  ,nd "'*' Club raffl Fmbeta Monday by B.C1. Airway* ea rutr tmVM %  rtatt. Hi on a routine trip through thh u Mi (Ji HI. 'I %  2TSS SSL %  LTSa """> B !" S cub. -ill be a memiier day. December 10, lor in ilicn Inends. This MoaattMi foi Then' will be car61s etc It Is will attend, and thoee v*tio Intend t. 1ST present are asked to contact the Secretary, Mrs. D. If. L. Ward, for particulars. The Second Captain II R] handln Fi Theatre, IJridKetown. on Thursday nmht. December 20 at 8 o'clock. 1 the The result* will be broadcast u> %  (•'diffusion as the draw lake-. The police Hand will be in at,„„. o| lhl land oca and wfll pin ..( tunes between 720 p.m and bad la a. II %  %  |> 1, wood o| rtunlty to ret ^rmicn rhc llollI ,. l (lf ilk ,... imaa siHmpnuf. but not rn -.„ many paaplo took ..mantaaa •* Quiet VTESTERDAY v will lnlLraa-(4 the paaca and quiet itatuaalti ditoratinx the "Mnrte I*uulae." a cafe in Itaknr. French West Al I %  iiui. win.! i [oka • -ri '.>!>!..in Twe llaaslrotn who came heir teaterday In charge of the Swedish i nine ship Sunbeam* Hagstro.n latd to and himaeif (aea LnJ -Cap'lain Lou| Captain llagstioni brought It all on himself. Fascinated ovaff the cute images in the restaurant, hi took a photojrraph of them and got them cteveb %  dish Consul (Ot hold of %  H ..i tha pscturai ol ihe nrst "Cap'tain Ixmg John — I*" Justicier aiwtoaana" and stw w tha race -f J photnglaph of Captain II. ,%  i in on n sCaptain Hagstn-n *U initialed tne second "Cap'tain Long John." ttveral oi the sioroa closed early be admitted to the i i itton <>' their ticket at the door. They will tae tha buna, dtoa/ad aftm DM draw, baa uf cnarffa. CAPT JOHN OF BARBADOk Carol Gift Service At Home T HE C, UllUei T ut janwa BUM Church aie bavin haiimau %  %  Meiln-IM si'.CA. held and %  Borarj t the i!..i I....I... an "At Home' QB Carol Wednesday at WakeiU-ld. WUti and Clfl Seivtc. mi Sunday Park (headquarter* of the |is lUafl %  i 10th. beginning al 7 Council), tiucsts of honour *eir Mr. H. C. Humphry^. K.C., Presli Ihotr parents will dent of the British Culan Dfl along a gift fot dJstriof Hie K s re A and gr| Hun buiion to tha poor children of the phryt, while tht H Christ Qlfi win rtanaenaU and i Oootnnan, Vice baplaci %  taw Tru rresidentsof theBarbadi' were also pfonant Carol h ind Chief reason for the At Home tha antlri will take was so that ottleials could %  tj t) tinspud of informally mailers coiuvining Tb i. hnstmas. Animal Welfare. Talkif.g Point o.'.m,, Incidental Intelligence BVBtAL thousand bees made i dive on a sign naar Hollywood itore The I I'.n km, Nrw York L.E.S. JAM: IT \ inn ss MMII> Lower Broad Street Just EXCLUSIVE GOWNS in time for CHRISTMAS GIFTS' i All, AMI KVKNIM; COKTINF.N'TAl. DKKSS I.LM/rilN ftl Ouage coi ui i;in \viu\-. s-e.sa Choice nl ( hri.lm.is IVrapplnc Paper ti cenU per -hret \l|f• r.l.V SEE IV XT OI It I'OI'I I Ml MUCESl l ill n \llll \lios AOIATH < I.I H 'MEMtBIS ONL1< DINNERS will b Mrvad In lh* Ballroom bolwoon 7 and 9 p.m. on MONDAY. Docomber 24th TUESDAY. 25lh. end MONDAY. 3UI. Pric: $3.00 VERY SPECIAL MENUS MEMBERS aro roquotled to mak RMrva1ion* nol latar than December 22nd tot MONDAY and TUESDAY: and 29lh lor MONDAY (Old Yoarl. DANCING trom 10 p.m. tUl 3 ajn. on MONDAY. December 24th: and MONDAY. DKimlm 3 III. —Tickeu: IIATTRACTIVE BALLROOM DFJ7ORAT10NS On December 24th : Potato Danes. PaUoon Dance, and Spot Waltz, tor which Prizr* will bo qivon. A.'JSIC on Dec.mber 24th by C. B. Browne and hki Orchestra: and on December 3let by Sydney Nllee and hie Orchestra. It'ii'i Si. p> B: aftAND on MM. mid lonttiiiilnr lijll Popular K..iiii..i: niviTl: AJ H.30 4.45 8.30 p m. JOAN 0^ ARC SK, D BERGMAN COLOR BY TECHNICOLOR! SOS IT VOII . f.V t/.f. ITS r.#.ffi ... \T THE I* I 1 / \ —II I V N-H.-.l / IIO Allh IU Ihrilliuc picture lh*t has captivated rvervun action. Inlrnsi' ili.inu Turbulent PaaBlaaal RKO Radio Picture! Bxtra Special: The ( hriitmas Short! %  < IIKIS1MAS in; l \ i| i SAT 15UI p.m. ft Mll'Nni IN Mil UAH III BlVo PI A7A -o N •r m '* *** IIUI I10 uint: -KM I'owBoi ..i r a if % > *>u COBTBlXa %  •! IPrir b4ati in• ilh Dlrfc FORAN IIHOWN. a sau rrrz<;i-jiAii> TONK.NT S SS ... %  i It. IO \V OF AHf Ail a ass aid Nr* Copy i Taehr.Kolo'. nial -lui Liu: ...i. i I.4S a %  < %  • i' titled miiini' IiAMtl. BOON! Dntid nruc* A TUB RLOVDlHr % OK" Ttic Wonder 1>.S SAT 1 "HO'"IISIN A-*lrrw Mr. ft HrllllK BaAIFTY^ Garden Wsrnen Terhi.iralM G.n coxu'tli. Knin I MHIMTT, SATURDAY %  lion Packed SpfcLl.' Inltlsted Cnpt John of Bai (T. lltg-troiil I IIOSSIIOIUI '— — r 1 • BY THE WAY— By rWheombcr "tor ll rfi u bnats,' %  11 i aaui kp.iag. 14 :i Itl n in* sac. (j) ip ill P M paitlllasf Of .< BUM Uivm HI %  I i2 capf^Si" m I itOfc (51 ISBBB 1 i Ml who iwuit P l.. HI cr prate* m •>. IIMI* Ptess, \i, "*"" to .... %  (VI I %  • %  •i:i'ina i D)> s fee (t) %  %  .i. i,n | paaaj r.,.-, tai public U -he wore Iho %  rapnas*i bowler, and he won the daik (JaWM XOU BOVat know when thenmay BO* be an acllpai "' the sun. \niihiri'in/Milihilily T HE placing of a IK'IVUI BBl CKl the itatUI Of Stalin (WKJ :intu.i-id UotaaaraJ In ihe I) of Heilili was inevitable Some call il a TUoW gesture, and *iail It us ihe end of ivUgioui panaeuUoa OUicn. say that it is M attempt 10 win middle class to Communism. This is borne put b) a picture in the .Van.in, %  Z kit.-. It >hows Slalln In ,ud 11 cap. He l> il heeling n bicycle, and lajrtng 10 I man in I ball COOt, top hat and laonoela 'Tatch youi There II BO IV-MII II h.i you and 1 shouldn't have a pleasant ride %  %  Oh. / toy* loans PaWtrf aiguc." says my padCr, %  • the results ol A N oculist said the other day HIVO llv pt^atoplintcal dualist "thai people buy dnrk glasses implication*, and that %  -.. h %  imply for the sake of buying conception! arise Irnrn an unforthem. without knowing what mnate mind-matter, mlnd*body iheir purpose is. 1 hhlnk there is tentlnoloD is hub should l>e more In it than that (as Ihe M .. : .ti.l when tlW stockbroker pretended Unit the bollli Vimu Hut this refei Mas rn.|i'.i I. Tbeie Is alw.il : ;bt' !i .i'.-1-n inatni of chance of being mistaken for Ihe r uvh into parapsychology." I ,..ls her identlti Hunk t/i.d the least ne can do In this cunning manner. It would is to net on with our singing and still furtiher mystify an nlert dunking. J N an important mcmorsiiduni. Charlie Suet has suggested %  lumld > n's.s itraetf lanatbwttai that I : %  they should walk along n narrow lane in the middle of the %  'tween the oncoming and Oflgalng traffic. %  i IIHI o( each street Wiey would turn and make for the ride of the street requin-i auat nyi thai in thi* way trnffic would not be held up by pedestrians or lHile-.tii.iiis by traffic Aetna, IWI having reachftl the end of a street, would get to lh,' pavement. Suet -aid Evei five minuter-, all oncoming traffic would go diagonally for one full minute. All nfTgolng traffic wind.i al i % %  i. %  .. %  %  % % % %  I' L'e direction, of course A .le.nh marked Una between MM tare diagonal lines of traffic, and a system of blue and black lights, would enable pedestrians to reach either sklc of the street without any hold-up of traffic." ThvntlW • % •.' ham ST \1 10NEBV SKTS i 1.00— 2.00 • il NTS' SHillTS IM.AIN 4 STRIPED $ 3.13— 8.34 1. Mills PANTIES, VKSTS. NIGHT DSeWUtS, BKASSIKIIIS Wide Kanite tu Select Irom T. II. EVANS & WHITFIELIIK Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 EMPIRE TO-DAY 2.30 J. 8 30 SATURDAY to TUESDAY 4 45 It 8 30 Columbia Presents CORNEL WILDE — MERLE OBERON IN 'SOiVG TO REMEMBER" ROYAL Last 2 Shows TO-DAY 4.30 1 8.13 Republic Double JOHN WAYNE — IN — OLD CALIFORNIA — AND — "CHICAGO KID" with Donald BARRY SATURDAY i SUNDAY 4 30 It 8.IS Republic Double ROD CAMERON FORREST TUCKBR IN "OH 'SUSANNA" ANp "LICHTNING IN THE FOREST' with Donald BARRY OLYMPIC RAY MILLAND .OHNuOOiAK-NANCvDAVIS lEwaSfONE'-iiMiHAGEN Last 2 Shows TO-DAY I 30 & 8.15 Fox Smash Double Lena HORNE Bill ROBINSON IN "STORMY WEATHER" AND "UNDER TWO FLAGS" with RONALD COLMAN CLAUDETTE COLBERT SATURDAY to MONDAY Calumbla .. linn Itauble Evelyn KF.YES WlllUtm BISHOP IN "FRIGHTENED CITY" AND "STAGE TO TUCSON' In Technicolor Starring Rod CAMERON Wayne MORRIS BOXY TO-DAY Only — 4.JO ft 8.15 Umrersal Double 1 nit It IIUHl n t M ERRORS' AND AltBOTT & COSTELLE in "KEEP 'EM FLYING" OPENING T. Begin The Bcgulne Ole Man River I Apologise My Foolish Heart Too Young To Know Hecause of You Mil. CEDRIC I'HILLIPS i MO SO Balcony 40 — Box 54 rOMOl tretaJ Prices a.m. and 1.30 p m. BULL nOHTKRl (Launl and Bard] TIN PAN ALLEY Betty Grablel "E TOMORROW — 12 o'clock BULL PICHTEBS and THE LODGER Pit 6 — House 12 — BaL 18 Adults: 10—18—24 [flavenwijHHSuny I .m-tmT—Z.7mv.m'213mnK.



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I UDA1 hi I I MUM |(, 1,31 RARRXDOS AnVOCVTT. R.E.C. Endorse Tax Relief Resolution v\r.r. rtvB Montserrat Had A Good Cotton Gnop MEETING ENDS THh EtofkNUd Economic Committee concluded its busi• Th" C I .rsed the resolution recently passed %  Midad Chamber of Commerce on the subject ol %  ear industries, which reads as follows — %  reas this Colony end colonies of ihe British Wva s-nacied •• %  i laiion to encourage the estabdcvelopment of and have made %  (• %  I reUsf (rum income "..ng lai.i i onaeUoa with such industries and also income U\ ., relief la ,h:.rehohlers in such WEATHER eond.uons in Montenterprises serrat during the pu. year have ibis mducement ^* n ver > favourable and c Ol asjii th fl vjlue both to "*** luckv lo w*p* Hie nuinth r United *"*> henn lnc cro P P* Kingdom who might wish to v ln o1 cotton, have gn. %  .lusme* in <*'""\v results." Hon'ble P. R. 1 %  %  ,,,,., KirM ,. %  ""*>" told th.Advacate yesterUm in such Indus'" av %  ppUesttsfl %  •* %  w ^iV" 'Tin or the Income Tax Acts m the WO erra! nnd the colony's United Kmgdom which nullify pWesjeia attendtof the Regional the I l ltd by local Economic CicnmiUce Meeting at Hastings House read: That this He said that prep ration* are |I i-rnment to being made for the 1952 cotton representation* U tTO P which will be started esrU 1 iesty's Government lo m February, consider the granting ofN .inCo ton. he said. Is the staple eonv trie United DfOdtlCI upon which the economy lOngdOOl to IbOSS pStSO m M >f 'he island is based |l i-ompnnie* which can satisfy hoped that the same acreage as Hi A. %  i OovornmnU bat year will be uilnvafd. prohd pioneer ducllon will however depend the colon Its o> upon weather conditions. trot they an Ixinu tide InvestThe tomato crop is now |o proors in sw gress and reaping is expecea to The Committee considered a ;ake place in January and Fehpsper circulated by the Trinidad ruary next year for export lo ivt of the Canada, effects on the British Caribbean "The last tomato crop w. s very Aroo of >b v UrUtSd Kingdom Paknatitfaao.y and ..I ist.m Tr i K Asntiuailt. It was sugconditions permitted, it looks a* if manner of negothey are going to have another AaTsemanl i* In good crop this year". e.iunn respects open to criticism. Improved Finance region which may not have been ffi. £"— ?' , (tl ited by Ihe persons neThe (.mernmen ha, completed Kingdom and £" ;" d £ "? pUn tM ThCommittee "r ,or he w 'T c lon .^ a "*f recommended thai tP uTS'Z ""V 0 *' hulld "> which tailor, should be made lo Hi* wlM ''' *"J W n m a n l regarding Elections the manner in which the AgreeHn:-ftnl expects to have her ment h.id bSSfl nSSJOtlatsd and the General Election ir. Echrunrv apparent disregard of British Wxt yaar under the new Adult ,.,,, intsraats tvhteti I t..k< n place. Referei.ee WSJ made stitutlon Rill has not yeboon iph in the report passed but it i* hoped lh.il this 1 'tiimlllee'* first meeting will fake nlace in Januarv. which slate*! thai it was of vital The colony has |ust fa importance lo larrHoflai in lhe new ^e' of iMtstage si imps, the area that thoy should be reprede-ign of which is very attractive. negotiations afteclThe values o' lh* stampwnteti Swedish Training n9 *£+ H Ship Paiys Visit I \\ M UllOltlli Discussed Hurricane Prograinme N M. Wuodhouse. Buildm%  •'!• Adviser to ihe Compcrollc I Welfare, returned to Barbados on Wednatday evening by l< WIA. after paying vi-u* to Jamaica and Trinidad. In Jamaica, he said, he had discussed proposals lor the revlsU.ii "! I|M Molding Hye Unws wiUi jiarticular leferencv lo the ino.poration .f hurricane pi-eID ttals. he was associated with Mr. F. D H.mnlng who had m the USA by arrange-nent with the Bcooomic Co-opagS> ion Adininutrallon aim liie development and Welfare Organialion of the West Indies. During his visit. Mr. Woodhoai"; also had discussions regarding the lunicone rehuusing DP roi wtalch His Majesty's (lover iment Is now giving assistance by means of grants and loans to the extern of over SIO.OOO.OOli He sate) that It U intended l> mnxtruct a large number of louses In the rural areas by means f Ihe 'self help method." while I cuses in the urban areas an Han %  I..to be built by contrartoiv ; penal workshops and stores an %  up for this programme huh will be under UM BjIgkanJ Ml of a Hurricane Housi ig Committee, as distinct from the Central Housing Authority o( %  pair underground cable will *l.i be run fi Exchange towards Olslins. 1>e new an-. %  on Sumi.r( It has an ultimate eapSCit] ol 400 I the that area At present : '.ected. %  a major MBS • maiding a large Excham: %  Hill area. Thu will greallv %  the Worthing H %  new u Hill, i %  UM.. tew KF „, S Oaphaen, RockUj peak English. rt| to >-..-. ... expected lo i* a largi %  M I was in %  ,n ""e. M5l kwvoBarbadosoa LiuiraTll RTV-'IHRKK SweoUsh cadets uf thr I pil thsir rlrsl aj the Bwvdisn -.II;IIC.HII ed mt-Carlisle Bav finm SttKK! uichal and Dakar, Prtoch Was) Africa. ^ w 2l'_ rtl H) 0 ^ 1 •"?** !Z DM Sunbrnm has been r* Foro. Most of the cadets, whose ayes range between 15 and 2t>. %  IXM ipnct^ii fn hard sidstol sstBtnanwip on oyjj and are harrienini; up all si> fast." %  aaib .r aiiiered bud ,. |nC) ... Lompani u .. , -.iiK-ntcr is ruuuaa ana tn with the rough breaking %  %  the hi] position ft JO deg orth %  %  '..efofflcer a % %  h< mewaM bourse via Van •"ii was sen i %  • rUata.ua, si I;.,I %  loSUKkholmfnwnDHk.i. artai h "~ A "" ,l ,nr A/)| '*' H*" had taken ill with a bad Aon %  u "" x n "' : Lap'.um Hags rom is also >cemg Soma of the cadeu | L, -( ici for tn* iu>i IUIM iu rial a-. .belonglo the hoyal Naw ol OSJOd Old K.ni %  h. vas hjSweden, btl >In BSWrWgl t been on the HisetWasn RN leui ajiabo mis arutSS for six months! years and he wa, the pet ol the || c h. I Lieen training offlcers in thel shipthe cap an | \. w .,.,,. ,„,. w r ln wrapped m the Swedish flag und |aff ar g ) g a he was an lUOUSU buried from the ofl\ce| in ihe Merchant Navy, quarter deck after lunsei. He i have been wai ing for visl' died on duty on the ship's deck to the West Indies all raj early a Inorning white rain and i „.,,,. on), mm goI xtxr chance", heavy squalls pounded the Sonhe *a,d. He was so anxious lor i %  earn. v „ lt lo m West Indies bacauSI Captain Haggtrom and Second he has been reading American rjoicar Bion the only iwo „ igaghm trhkii nk) hat On officers on the ftanasssm. Als., on w „ i indies had a mild climate board are a ship'cajpantor, iwo ihrouahout the year. Ha wan'ed engineers, a chief steward and tw<> fa ggsj the "beautiful kslan I cooks and a gall maker who were h e read about. hired la make ihe cruise with the cadets. senled Ing then No Dirlilaa No firm do > bad on to eight c"nt*. 12. 24. tad N tht appoinlnients of tb v.i. _^_^^ posts which Ihe Committee has to t>ll and these nil be determinei flnall] :ii ii inoetlng to be conApri! 1952. The Comit that those who had formally applied did Del full. meet i 1 ts of these important posts; they thought it essential that a most careful PARIS, Dec. 13. hould be madt, preferring aouui Africa Thursday ordered that there should be a certain "' ne d „ UN delegate home for delay rather than that hiislv "^sul^tions over the question bnents be dec-led on. To "' S^rtSLA sou,h -, we 1 hWld ha no *£*. %  -•"• ">terlor Minlapse In the Committee tn %  • in hand for Mr. Raymond Norrls nffl of the Development and Welfare .miong Onganisatlon to DS seconded to However South Africa will the Committee until the next continue to be represented on all conference UN. Committees except the The Committee sent a message Trusteeship Committee. 'he King, reaffirmSouth Africa has boycotted the Ing their lovallv to the Throne. Trusteeship Committee for three consTatnl It I' II OB hi '"-cks claiming that the quesreeoverv and honine 1n -ee him Nan of South-west Africa's in the West Indlc* next vear future is not under U.N. JurlsThe Committee-* deliberationo diction. .•ere concluded with %  vote. or_ Mp m bers j>f the 0-membei Chairman were mi' M BSP Um b . include fi ?n B9.40 pnr i tim „ nr S. Afriea'8 Chief U.\. Delegate Ordered Home g. M Afruj UM hi!.' Interior Minf"^, *"., £JXl d ys Is away, his delegation will away, his delegation will attend General Assembly While in Jamaica, he Inspected the new cement factory arhaBB it Is hoped, will open next IIUHIII, At this factory, it is brtSBdad to prodUOS 100.000 Ions of first class cement per annum at a cost less than that being paid for imported cement. This, he said, la likely la have -i f..f teaching effect on th? methods of construction now used in the colony. Another Interesting development Is the manufacture of stressed concrete which is now being undertaken in Jamaica. On his way back to Barbados. Mr, WiKKlhouse stopped at Trinidad where he had dlsi tusioii* wilh the Governor Sir Hut>er: Ranee, and other government officials regardin. building projects Including IbS proposed Eastern Caribbean F.n n Institute. Mem be Mp Committee have been urging that south-west Africa be replaced under U.N. trusteeship SouUi Africa has contended the U.N has no Jurisdiction In the case since it Is an internal nattei South Africans walked out of — Ihe Committee when the body on a^STVr Ro d S :. M lcn l decided to Invite several south!" ^ e.o " , mon,h ,n ,h west African tribal chiefs ta !1!SU J r ". le "l! n ,I a w^ !, par '•' ' present their views on watch valued at £4.3 4 the the P^ S.?f" %  V -' U s, ,, Wa,Bon *ba territory of 317,725 square rv.15! n nop w rommi 'd on miles, has a population of 310.000 October 26. native—) Put On Hand Mr. C. B. Griffith Actm* Polk* Magistrate of District "A" yesterday placed Allan TtLrton TaUulahBattkh band. Baton imposing the One Mr Walwvn told Beckles that he pleaded guilty to a serious charge. I He was lucky lh .1 ha did not 1 kill the man will "I am taking a scr.ous view ol I!I a'id 1he sVOI Yesterday was warm, the crew rn'iiplained. and they wei*> taking the sun on their bare backs while •hev lashed par' of the ttsuibeam's 1.A00 square yards of sail to the booms. '' •* While. Ihe ship Is in port, the U KO through i' %  of painting and keeping their ship olean. drilling, rowing and w .VIMA' PIREH XMAS TREE DEC ORATIONS in inn i MOUTH ETC Verj I.ow Prices At Your Jewellers Y. lie I I >l A A. .. I.TII. I XMAS GIFTS WIATHERHEADSI splendid tokens ofl pint of goodwill! I EAU DC roi.iMt.M-. jSJF Pi. 1 11 In Blus and Gold SI 20, $2 01). 12 04 S3 12.H Oi 14 32. S6.00 ^* f-fTOHCA 4711 I S 4 8 0-. 14 k HlCED 1711 • %  SDOIIIII* Blue Uold 71l { %  £ B UM, $4 33, $0 011. SR.OO.ff $7 50, $9 00. $10 011 ug IKI'.M'II I'KKl'l'Mi: OF QUALITY S CAROM REI.I.ODY1A $14 00. $20 00. $27 SO -—CAROM SWEET PEA" Sand about 2 dwell diffcrcntl %  Ski nd > V I I g mu t r. | .-JW\|||H!||[\|IN Mil I i a r u f 1 D %  %  %  JULJ I %  a u %  %  %  %  Mr Wl ITS HERE AGAIN I I Remanded Zepheniah Corbm a l.ib-.urei of Jackson. St. Michael was yesterday remanded until De-cmbei 20 by Mr. C. 1. Wuk.i en charges of wounding Lemuel Maynard with a knife and larceny of a quantity of yams the property of H. A. Farmer on December 12 Sgt. H. King who Is prosecuting rot the Poiict opposed bail m lha grounds thai Coibin has a bad record*Z PURINA MILK CHOW ASTHMA Barn to me the strain in 30 seconds! /*a %  %  — L S iss ua Astfcsss nasas TOW gasp Sar arastb. oaa Ephaaoo* Bsbssi aapaesl si dw DXHIUI rasas tha sssaaa osUdkly sedsfhcdvely Rrancnibar, h a Osss tmmn on dw irstem hica rasMcnuass the biggnr daoger from Ep h saoo* con uuii arraral healing agent wtucn diskhtc r!.s'ranguna, gssaibsjag accumulsimns sn ihe broBdiial tube*, and m this way prormnri ca>. •> •• %  *l ^resihinf. The Kptusuoe Ucauivt.1 u so timpV ion' BodUaa to mha>. No matier ho* ssriRSj tassSBss0ssS|| B>| MUKS iunn, there W alwayt IUIM I < .!*• Auiuns ••ih Ephsrune. Hor rapid relief front Asthma. Hiuh.ii and Bruociual Caxarrh* asSOSJI keap a supper of I phased aMstl hand* I FOR gJTWai AND BRONCHI TIS TAKf i i D if t r-na isw •) an t|nu'*f <-••.!!• ir .*, a.nk.ii,. BP1ta : l $ r.-oi soai no f 0 %  til. lng|lsTi. HARRISONS BROAD STREET oPTiiurs" PrssMawa Btovaa 0PTIMUS PRESSURE LAMPS (Nilkel rinlnll 20(1 t'ANIM.K I'OHUi Ml CANDU mm oui -::HI. ; 0PTIMUS COOKING RANGES iTuhlcMi.il.1.1 BINOU HIRNI:K DDIIII.K III KNIK ,, SUM Al G nods in.nl | of he li r ". ma erla s mid evi r\ complete item i\ es Ill neil and 14 sled by •s perls beli re U Ir.iM S he r ucto > HARRISON'S SOI-LOCAL DISTRIBUTORS BROAD STREET H. Jason Jones 6 Co., Ltd.— Dinribui %  -a B _si %  ) %  m m 3or that Special Occasion a %  a %  ho/: al a \>'-\\ nilivn's! thin t< 'HI 'It buy a r* • -\ T p i $2.04 & $2 WIIITI: COTTON TABLE: DAMASK .VI imTirs wide, prr yrd WaiR HAMASK TABLE CLOTHS Si„ 54 x 7(1 Hk UM S^ x 7(1 each **it 51 x 54 ech SMI 52 x 52 *arh Mil COLOl'KKI) lliiKIH II DAMASK CLOTHS in (...Id. Blur. (Irrcn—52 x 52 rich S3.02 I AMY TABU CLOTHS 54 x 72 n.ch M.U 45 x 45 each *1 77 36 X :W rack $1.71 CAVE SHEPHERD & CO., LTD. 10. II. 12 & 13 Broad Street ^^v.v.v///;',v,v,v>v/'/^v.*//>w',v/-'-v.•.*/. **ww.^ %  >SK TEA 1/4 lbs. It ED K II oo ^oooo<^oocooooo^ooooo'x<^ooooc.\ ,v/.w///.v.wSw.W.v.w//'.v/.vv/.v,w.v/.w I $usl on time fan CftAiilmas — \{(%*tiZi> flArfe*\'fi | CJIFT SETS \ ft Duiliim Puu'drr \V,|^J\ ^ rhnrar HUM LotlM j V f' >f/ \ luslltil! Povvdrr & Soup ^ ^ / ', j DuMinK Powder & So|i I i.oii.m & Hnm M.-i S Olitiiinuhlf oiil\ al . KNIGHTS DRUG STORES