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‘



ESTABLISHED 1895

Churchill Is §S



Foreign Policies To Please U.S. |

U.K. WILL TRY TO PAY
U.S. DEBTS ON TIME

By LYLE C. WILSON
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.

Prime Minister Winston Churchill is shifting foreign
policies around slightly to please the United States voter.
More especially he wants to please the United States
Congress.

Many more details must be revealed before it can be
known how far the British Government actually has made
concessions to United States public opinion and to Truman's
own political problems. But a policy shift definitely is
under way.

For example the British announced recently they
would not ask postponement of debt payments due to the
United States at the end of the year. A postponement
seemed likely some months ago despite the bad effect it
would have on U.S. taxpayers’ thinking

The debt announcement came while the British were
negotiating with U.S. officials for more dollar aid. The
connection hetween the announcement and negotiations is
obvious.

Churchill himself will be here shortly representing the
nation dangerously near to going broke and with some ideas
of his own to sell. To obtain a good hearing Churchill
apparently is willing to make some more concessions to
U.S. voters and Congressmen.

LATEST CHANGE

The latest was announced in Paris. There Churchill
pledged full British support for Eisenhower's European
army plan and for all other projects toward the military
and political unification of western Europe. That ‘was
another bid for favourable U.S. public opinion.

It was a move also.to help Truman persuade Congress
and U.S. voters to support whatever agreement comes from
Truman-Churchill conferences next month. But there is a dif-
ference between supporting projects and participating in them.
Whether under Socialist or Conservative party leadership, the
British have dragged their heels on European unification, They
drew out of the Western European coal and steel sonkbinte
They object to placing British troops in a European army.

British and other Western European Governments have
received large sums of money from the U.S. without strings.
The Marshall Plan rule was that policy pressure on those

getting aid would be offensive and further might defeat * auspices of the Caribbean Corr
the purpose for which the aid was given. To Be Malaya High mission. The need for ¢entr:

CONDITIONS FOR AID
It looks like that is about to change. A great many
Congressmen visited Europe this year. Many of them have
returned determined to put strings on relief funds and

pressure on aided Governments to get better overall results.|Field Marshal Viscount Mont-| Eastern Caribbean | i) hi:

These. visitors variously were displeased or shocked | £omery will be offered the post o
by the lag Europe’s™ military, politiéal and économic| there has heen
unifieation. A delegation of Senators and Congressmen! firmation of reports which have}
who listened last month to all the talk in the Assembly of |been current ever since Winston
the Council of Europe at Strasbourg made a formal protest |ChUTcHII became Prime Minister

that Americans expressed “deep regret that more realistic
progress has not been made toward a European union.” |

That is a sample of the temper of Congress which comes | liver Lyttelton is due back here
back to Washington January 8 Churchill can sniff the |o7,P aay after @ thorough on the
odour of political trouble from afar. His nose tells him that|tion. Montgomery is now _ chief
trouble is coming when Congress next debates foreign aid. | deputy to General Dwight Eisen-

_———



hy tion, L me Tt i 7 Smithers and Mr. Bernard Braince,
High Commissioner. -of —Malaya, ; °PS* - * Pitta answtted “Stuft OMicers | ep d 2 y/ Whe has recently returned from. 1
no official con-; Among other mattés undor| > Stee Cp mee of Bringiptes | Mr. “Beckles said that he wns visit’ to the West Indies Outside
8 ; wceeptable to both side very pleased to see Mr: McD ar tte representatives wer
review were peasant agriculture —U.P. |Symmonds, Churehwarade of St By W. A, RYSER a aaa oie. Ate
| and land settlement, the possibilits ; Wichsel, and his wife LOND IN Dec. 20 Sir Frederick Seaford, Command -
again, War Office sources insisted | ef instituting a British ( aribbean He told the children that he Joseph Stalin will be 72 Friday, |< se i ar. pebcepibndsta ‘bg
‘hehe is “nothing to it.” agricultural journal, and the difti | quite ire of them did! but he tt -covnying |e Meee a mM pimen Bloomberg
Mair re : bs | culties in securing qualified ane ' 6 5 speta ( ow the hureh ler I ien of werk and " dive ady Huggins explained to th
Churchill Colonial Minister} ey oerienced staff for Departmen Minor Lric ick nits ¥ re pennreaware pusnee ae, a ell live! correspondent that artangemen
of Agriculture I . r sent tc Stadeey hat is the substance of the best | Were to be made for West Indign
» alayan situ: nh Catial Zone | 1 Ss \ suthoritative informatic i » | affairs to be given the fullest pul
spot survey of the Malayan situa- The detailed recommendations ot a - 7 V ate : oar eestalatiead 5 ye She and her eolleaguc
of the Council will be presented ISMAILIA, Dec. 20, ae a ape ' The Sovic liclacor nearly aed | would welcome any information
U lhower, Commander-in-Chiet of] the Sane ROS eee pane tered uncidents were en were at the beginning of 946 from overstrain of war [concerning the West Indies, whien
ant), |the Atlantic Pact Forces in Europe. |*!0 to the Governments concern=| reported from the Canal Zone /,, ’ years but is now just about as | might usefully be submitted to the
lIt has always been considered that |¢4 and the Secretary of State for} last night British soldiers on

e | if Eisenhower left S.H.A.P.E, to be the Colonies guard along “Stengun Alley’
r | Presidential candidate and another
tisoneil Ss | American took Eisenhower's place
l
fof the setup. ;
l t S t | ll | London reports on Maphaceery a } a a eee { - ; re th n one ho Committee hich is still receivin ;
L sald i the job in Malays is-otfered Lead I iitish installation Won B ope tna ome hour, {Committee which iy still reesei
is cep ica Vy Feel irs cat a waa dies hin ea n This morning, vehicle travell Car OW vy The mar whicwh Lenin deseribec { for Jamaica i
{supreme authority over military 7
{

PRESIDENT TRUMAN URGES eee civil administration,—U.K. Antigua Polls Renin eae past Egyptian Police

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.

The United States Defence Department hoped to complete |
today the heartache list of 3,198 U.S. servicemen reported by |
Communists as prisoners of war in Korea.

Pentagon Officials cautioned anew that they did not consider |
the list supplied by the Reds as trustworthy. Truman yes-
terday urged the loved ones of missing U.S. servicemen to
“treat this list with scepticism”, because the U.S. has no
way of determining how true or false” it is.

The ‘names of personnel on the - |
list of all services, except the |

Army, have been completely pro- . Wi
cessed by the Pentagon crew of 10 U.S. ill Export
officers and 232 civilian employees,

yorking ¢ i the clock, s . ;
Ine home adresses ond aeee | Synthetic Rubber |

and next of
kin.

At 7.00 a.m, today, about 3,000
mames had been made public and|-r

WASHINGTON, Dec, 20
Government announced on

telegrams sent to next of kin ; Thursday it would license export
hi lpr Be Ue HORT OF: 510. |} of 10,000 tons of its synthetic rub-}
A Bitter Contrast ber for essential purposes in the
The total of 3,198 names, sup-|™¢Xt three months 2 ;
plied by the Communists, was in The Department of Commerce}




d this was the first time since |

i ras 11,051 Amer-
bitter contrast to the - 90 that there had been enough |

ican servicemen reported by the) * ov . at ’ 3 nr
Defence Department as officially synthetic rubber for such large!
missing in action. The Defence shipments to foreign countries,
Department total includes 548 Even so, the department set
Airmen, 284 Marines and 47 Navy} forth limitations on exports. They
men. The Communist list has 58/â„¢ust either meet special needs
Marines, 8 Navy men, and 76 Ai: that natural rubber cannot, or
Force personnel, prevent disruptions which might
Notifications are sent to the next|result from conversion to the
of kin as rapidly as the Pentagon ‘natural form after synthetic use
checks the Communist list against ijthey must contribute to national
its own casualty list. Names turned | S@Cu! ity. .
over by the Reds are then given| —UP.
to the Press, Television and Radio, |
An Army spokesman said that a 1 > .
few men en ee list have been | B aziig Freighter
recorded by the U.S. as killed in
action. Allied Headquarters in Mhbandoned
Tokyo were asked to investigate)
these cases at once. Commi med ASTORIA, Oregon, Dec. 20
officers were sent to notify person-| More than 100 crewmen and
ally the next of kin of these men.| passengers abandoned a fiercely
There was nothing but continued| burning Danish freighter in the
bewilderment ahead for the loved| Columbia River,
ones of the more than 7,800 Amer- The Coast Guard, at Tongue
icans, listed officially by the U.S.| Point, near the mouth of the













government as missing but who River said that flames from the
did not turn up on the Communist burning 650-foot ship could be
list. The fate of these men is un- S€en for several mile

known, because the Reds have re- Two Coast Guard cutter The

fused to supply the International Ivy and The White Bush were
Red Cross with their prisoner lis:s ittling the blaze, and several
is the U.N. command has done
Some of the unreported missing | tion were taking crew and passen-
have ‘been killed in action and} ger ff the burning hip. The
bodies not found. Others 1 Coast Gt said that there were
been laughtered t the crewmen and about 30 or 40
Still I








> So f there were no



—U.P

fHarvba



| trat f the wigar revut is heen arrange
From Our Own Correspondent } All British vehicle n the zone Phy eT ninistrator of e Ww
‘U.S. Ervoy Hits At ANTIGUA, Dot. 20° |e "in future, ahd: those in|! the winner of the h 4
Early this {morning Antigi ns} wa “will be lean , the First Prize | sre I SEs epee
| Vishinsky’ 8 Speech assembled at various polling sta-!,-, nt jaos B f Gir Club Rattie}
tions and throughout the day in| : UP. Af sponsored by the P
PARIS, Dec. 20 spite of showers of rain the order- | help build better ¢ a |

The United States delegate,jly quiet files continued Some} on |’ The drawing took place et the|
Michael Mansfield, sharply criti-}16,000 people were registered to} r Me n Plaza Theatre short
cized yesterday’s speech by the/vote on this historic first elect mn | T ran angs fter 2 _o'clocl last night {
Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrei}day under the new constitut! i} Im nig 8 ond Prize. a frigidaire
Y. Vishinsky in which the veterar] introducing adult suffrage The| older of Ticke No.
|RuSsian prosecutor expressed thelisland is now divided into ef wht | Herself y 3704 rl Prize ad
hope that fir Americans held i listricts and the population i oy . ‘ ram, to hold of Ticket Ne
Hungary would be tried fvo'}be represented by eight citizens. | : NEW YORK, Dec. 20. |¢, 139 Fourth P1 Sir
espionage. He said, Mr. Vishinsky’s ; : s |, Police here said that : wor ~ ail ns Machine » holder |
speech of yesterday indicates thai Twelve candidate were nome | identifier Everin E i Ticket } 7 0183 “ j
this fanciful fear of “spies” andjinated of which, four Labour/an immig ant fron Cul . | Ps ze,'a Sports Model. Bicyc |
“espionage” is growing behind the] candidates: namely V. ¢ Bird, United States Immigration - ‘ et ; CG 93 }
Tron Curtain rather than lessen-| Ernest Williams, Donald Shep thoriti¢ have beer holding at| ‘
ing.” herd, and Neville H. Richards) Elli nd inged herself afler] 4 a

Mansfield said “in short, the} Were returned unopposed. To-duy ee Wrexemores Wee peer ene Ly i t Challenor. Bete
\‘espionage’ equipment of the Am-|the four sping -cOnstiteriel’ ‘ are at ins eal tn :
erican C.47 now in Hungary js] Were conte Phe io ho by ‘ a ‘ TT ion : | 7 s p
standard throughout the Militar: |St John City ; (Ni aa Pit dt deel ine 4 bit the popu branes
Transpert Service of the US} ars : irepour, a ry. 1a 08 Cr } a tea A 1 etective a that tt ) e fil

Four American airmen remain! St. Mary Bradle we ad ths ' .

lifeboats from Tongue Point Sta-)









FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 195] PRICE FIVE CENTS

hifting British,







Research Considered |
At Agriculture Talks

THE MEETING of the British Caribbean Council o
Agriculture, Animal Health and Husbandry, Forestry ar
Fisheries which has been in session at Hastings House
Barbados, under the chairmanship of Mr. A. de K
Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to the Comptroller fo
Development and Welfare, ended its deliberatior
yesterday.



' Among the chief subjects d

Early Olosing | \o2sha eM eek

and preposs|

Of Shops At | aes walch ¥ one



already started t varic

Christmas | territcries, and the exchange

; information and material betwe

ON the front page of yes- them, in the follawing speci

terday’s issue there appeared | fields Animal husbandry, gra

a news Item under the cap- ‘legumes and grassland manag

tion “No Half-holidays in ment, food crop production, t
December” , regtoration of aegraded land, se |

and water conservation, and U

Attention is drawn to the | provision of a centralized statist
fact that the recent amend- |} cal service. |
ment s . 5 y rin ‘
savin Le ares, AS. 2 ' The Council also diseussed th» | MRS. McD. SYMMONDS, wife of the Churchwarden of §t. Michael,
lawful for a shop to be question of higher agricultura: | : { presents 4 gift-to an infant at the Christmas Party at the Children's



clo e ri closin ments for offering a degre» i . Y ]

iay"immedic vreagaine || geumeimameuiwre wim PY AQUATION | Held For |W. |. To Be Informed Of
” vn . s | e

Oe os oot [lane Cesena ese iatt'| OF PRISONERS | Children:

Easter Sunday and Xmas
open under the above provis- and recommendations willgbe su.!

Issues In Commons

ions shall be closed not later

ed ii ‘ i / , ; > ° Goodwill League yesterday aftcraco
reg ree | civcation, ond strened ©) OTH ARMY PLAN| Xmas Parties |"! woe voter secon







at the Farm Institute for

week deadlock on armistice i~ | Mr McD, Symmonds to preser.|
pervision——item number three onjthe gifts, They all smiled wher
the afénda—the Joint Sub-com-|the Christmas Tree as lightes

An unconfirmed report said

YIN wh + Mthe chair
STA Lb IN Is ; The Parliamentary Committee

Va represented by Mr. Pete

mitted to the governments crt | PANMUNJGM, Korea, Deg 20 | Nearly 106
than the bour prescribed for cerned with special reference + Th Armistice egotiators | me . } e rr one Y .
an ordinary closing day. the protection of the area byl | ume Uke Gaaitookee truce! any’ Relating To British Oaribbean
pen or provision of safeguards against the! policing issue to steft office of|Christmas Part hi ; iv
Sie eae a ONLY t introduction of pests and disease Ie shith Ar V r} on ol . | Mr, Joh Be ‘ t. th . .
~~ me St ” aes eo Ae : walt hey aeteo ners (Children's Goodwill § ee From Our Own Correspondnet
the per of seven days im- ai : P plans to airlift Allied. prisoners |Chudrens Goodwill League ¢ j e
mediately preceding Xmas Fisheries Talks to Japan when an exchange|terda ifternoot The childre ry ; LONDON, Dec. 20.
Day and Easter Sunday eal” igreement is reached, jwere treated to ice eu cake I'he West Indies are in future to be kept fully inform-
a . : : The importance of marine However hopes for the rele
freshwater fisheries was sires: Fle the prisoner by Christr
M. Lik ] and attention was drawn to | dwindled as Allies refused to r¢ }
Te Ke ecnference on fisheries which i sume discussions on the exchange | : a : ; orn cee
ontgoni ry y | |takes place next spring under th: |o¢ war prisoners until the “piti-|the Matron and Nurses were bath held of the West Indies Sub-Committee of Imperial Affairs
fully mall” roster furnished by|ing the infants and getting thein Committee anda group, set up among Conservatives outside
Communists is studied and ana-|prepared. The elementary boys and the House, who are interested in the British Caribbean
S ‘ training facilities for subordina lyzed Only even days remain] girl arrived hortly ifte one territortes
Commniissioner forestry officers was agreed on,|\cfore the 30 day “ceasefire”! o'clock Lady Huggins, wife of the for-
and the view was held that suc period ends Tne chiidren recited and san j;.er Governor of Jamaica was in
LONDON, Dec. 20 training could best be ~~ ont In an effort to break the thi ifter which M1 Beckle agke:

¢| Which should shortly



‘ healthy as any man of his age can | West Indie sub-Commiittee = for
Presents ect to be questions to be asked in Parli



Ismailia reported a bomb pol Ber
ion from Arab quarter in tihe

that ver he look« ’

ment or for debate to be arrange



He | uffering from no sete! At the first. meeting just. he
iodic at agthir



ce of

“@ on On f



\
nd drinks, The ere al iver ed of all United Kingdom Parliamentary affairs relating
gift . to them

The Party began at 1.30 p.m This decision was reached at the first meeting just
but from <« earl i nid-day °

| Montgomery would be moved out Labourites jfowr eur the —v BP . now: the
nornin uu as i as 1OW

; Lady Huggin save full detail {
Hyer artial paralysis of (|



1 wor of the Hurri ne Reli
prevents him fro he k Oo re | ; I




would give

tamer too harsh and t cussion was also held on the pro-

teket X 1604 , lia he nao eek 2 tie 9 u it } vapid * ” constitution for Brit

ing along tengur Alley







nd extren competen nother meeting etween the
yy armoured car woke ww remely pen Anoth eetin t t



Maintains

the same high

Standard
of Quality as

Carrott (Labeur') 777
feated Harold T. Wilsor (P PP
who gained 17 votes only and |

beer leported uP ¢ jlet
however, illegally detained by 7 po

whatever authorities are still hold- |v
ing them We do not know
whether these authorities Carve John (Nort

wre pa deposit of $96 ea
; and St. ,
Hungarian or Soviet. a P oe ae ‘ommn ns G eC rm ni
“Our diplomatic representative: FB t oe vee Hurst Kit tel A e y ra | i
these men, and have been unabl« | (Independent) 147 vote "|
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before a
mittee was the broad Soviet aharge

have been denied all access to | PO wh se ‘h

to receive satisfactory answers to | ‘ rTgh

our inquiries. The issue actually ‘Saye oO - ) yoy e(
the United Nations Com- U K. . IGNS SUG. AR)





















2ARIS % ec. 90
that the U.S. has committed ag- , wh i PAR ;
gression through the creation of a I AC I T ODAY | Che United Nations General Assembly toda ave fir Si 1 ippe 0
Secsntly peeked Etiiuiat” Beaurht: | From Our Own Correspondent) aera il to establishing an impartial « mi t
rec } ssed 2 jad Sec gate election conditions ill Germany, despite advanc
Act, LONDON, Dec \ the faci ‘ re Ray by Fagde ink Se \ i eS Th les
Three o'eloek tosmorro r-| ace from the Ex ern } that i voul ne be adn i
. noon Major G. Willian Ll vd nere
Churchill Prepares For \Gecrge (Food Minister). will put| It passed by 45 votes to six with eight abster hi or lhe Das
. the first ignature on the new] ¢ on taken yesterday by the special (ad hoc) C
Washington Talks Commonwealth Sugar Agreement|! Brita Fy ce s
‘ on behalf of Britain tate ( > 1 i
LONDON, Dee, 20 n | , | oe Ne 1 ty Ly’ year.
> i aa hee 4 we Representatives of the Domin-} . ’ > ission be compo f c
tt colina "his Meson Babiant waset. jons and Colonial Sug growing | U AK. A nd colli tive Da Brazil
' 3 ° : -, \territories will then add the } ‘ !
ing in two days today to mah j ; .
further preparations for the Wa nature to conclude : ’ Plan Treaty |
ington visit. He is due to leave on \" ego are which | . - } , : *
the Queen Mary on December 29. |'"g or for over two f rov c Vga sae epee oT
Churchill and Foreign Secretary The full detail the | W & A GILBEY
Anthony Eden attended a Cabinet |rnent will be publi; i-lK ; 1 1 eT)
meeting yesterday as soon as they |neously in Londor the Come; «i Neh aah Caen
ho their three-day trip |mon we. territor mri if t ‘ he ‘ ne PT pad
jto ce lon or ; t January 4 } N twee ! nd I ( 8 rer)
Also discussed at today's meet- vi st th se Pes ' , | bas t Le A
jing was the unfinished business of | °° “UC ae, ; : Ms heemla a Ie) tes eee dana
| . Cia ~partment (—ommor wealth I ti Mir. | B.C f Grove lena ae ’ 1e J/g fiogre
lWvhich must be Anished before the |H- A. Cuke one of the West | tat | vyshi a ane am GARDINER AUSTING C°L"
Pee ad oka "at 1) Indies representat f Z | ] t ~
Christmas holiday c irchill i ' Agents
o given audience with Kir There have been a i — ————— I

veorge VI at Buckingham Palace ele
esterday.—U.P we are very satisfied cP i . Us







PAGE TWO

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See t -Pic & pew res-
t-club which iS sftuated
alo e Hastir highway (with-
hole] belt) opens tomorrow. -
lub is housed on the ground
ic of St. Levans Hastings, It
is idea> into three rooms, a
reception room, a lounge



cima room.

In the #eeeption room there are |
four smaTilluminated jar-shaped
showcases,‘ The bar is in the
lounge, The colour scheme of this |

oom is_in two shades of blue and }

ispeaded* from the ceiling is a
large map~-of Barbados. Between
the ceiling-.and the map are con-

There is also a
room and there is
throughout the
furniture is
dining room

cealed.. lights
piano in this
or music
venin All __ the
ocally made, The
an seat 36 persons.
Joint proprietors of the restau-
rant are Mr. Jean Iversen and
Peter Greig. Jean and Peter,
are old school chums—they went
to thes same school in Switzer
and,

After Thirty Years
AARS.. LESTELLE TROTMA
arrived from the US. o

Linuous

Wednesday to spend the Christmas®

Mr, Fre

holidays with her son

Jordan whe is ‘a, Linotypist of the
Advocate Go., Ltd. She is staying
at Gitten'’s Road, Government Hilk
her first visit here in 30

rhis
years,

Christmas Holidays



arib Callinr

FEAR HOLDS































ACCLAIMED as America’s foremost Negro dancer,

Jaces the demon of fear
vitual dances she perfor

N Barbados for the Christmas â„¢enced.-RXPRESS,

oro eyo eee, Qmaias _T.C.A. Departures

erbert, Schoo. ac alti > iC i
to St. Madaline’s Girls’ San Fer- M* _ RICHARD NICHOLLS,
nando, Trinidad, She arrived on Solicitor was among the
Wednesday evening by B.W.1.A. passengers leaving by T.C.A, on
and ‘is staying with her brother Wednesday, for Canada on a
end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visit. Other passengers leaving by

S. ©; Herbert of Gunsite, Brittons the same plane were Mr. John
Hill: & Howarth, Miss Fay Paterson, Mrs
B.G. Film Florence Slack and Mr. Rod Mac-
N outstanding film on British ae rile Director of Public
Ee eee Relations.
Gviana “Eldorado” will be
shoWn to-night at 8.15 o’clock at
the’: British Council Showing Back To Grenada .
long with it is a Charlie Chaplain R, VICTOR ALLEYNE, Govy-
} “Charlie, the Perfect Lady.” ernment Stenographer of
There will be no film show for Grenada, left yesterday by the
children to-morrow morning. motor vessel C.L.M. Tannis on his
ipaensilinicendnden . sete return trip to Grenada.
CROSSWORD ; Mr. Alleyne who is a Barba-
dian is on six months’ leave and



has been holidaying here with his

} family for about three months
“I have spent a very enjoyable
| holiday,” he told Carib just be-
fore embarking. ‘



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THE STAGE

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Pearl Primus (30),

the Initiation Dance, one of the expressive
in her London season which has just com-

6

Annual Bazaar Raffle
HE DOLL which was raffled
at the Annual Bazaar by Mrs,
E. B. Williams in aid of the Old
Ladies’ Home was won by Miss
Helen Wilkinson and the lace din-
ner set by Miss Evelyn Edwards.

On Holiday :

ISS GERALDINE PICKER-

ING, who has been residing

in New York for the last six

years, arrived in the island on

Monday last by Pan-American

Airways to spend a few weeks

holiday. She is staying with some
of her friends in Bank Hall



S

ford Thorne of Sandy Lane, St
James
Gwen
Archer
‘ is “Iso accompanying them. They
left Barbados earlier in the week

of the year

BARBADOS

Children’s Christmas Party |



ADVOCATE
U.S. Rejects



“HOSE who attend the Police
‘
I Christmas Party und hes | Moscow Charge
ial Christmas Party given in TAS ICTON
“hei ihre , ~ } WASHINGTON, Det. 20
Children’s Ward at the Gen- | The United States rejected tt
11 Hospital will see two genuine recent Moscow charge that the
hristmas Trees. These trees are 00 fur naar al
nee again gifts from the Aleoa Eyomeeee Sand provided tn |






teamship Company of New York
Unfortunately however,
ir none of the large trees were
anded and the agents, Messrs.
tobert Thom Lid., regretfully in-

mutual Security

Act constitut

any threat of interferenc«

thiS) Russia’s internal affairs

In a note delivered to the Soviet
Union the State Department said
“The United States Government

rm me that altogether over 30} states, that false charges of inter-



; were short. [t is to be hop-
d that next year this” will not
ceur and more folks will be ab!
get enjoyment from a_ re
‘hristmas Tree
Nevertheless, those whtx hi
ld trees can take the tip and
pray them with paint A very
ealistic job can be done and it
ikes only an insecticide spray
un and some thin green paint
Ir The Grenadines
PENDING Christmas in one
the Grenadines are Mr. Clif:









and two daughters, Miss
Thorne and Mrs. Aubrey
Mrs. Archer’s son, Tony

and plan to beback before the end
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B.B.C. Radio |
Programme

FRIDAY,



DECEMBER 2%, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11.30 a.rn
Listeners’ Choice, 12 (noon) The News,
12.10 p.m. News Analysis
4.00—7.15 p.m, S1.2M 48.43M
e 4 pm. The News, 410 p.m. The Daily
Service, 415 p.m. Ray's a Laugh, 4.45
p.m. Music Magazine, 5 p.m. Composer
of the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice,
6 pm, Merchant Navy Programme, 6.15
mpm. Have a Go, 645 p.m Programme
Parade, 6.55 p.m. To-day's Sport, 7 p.m.
The News, 7.10 p.m. News Anak sis.
7.15 p.m, West Indian Diary
7410.50) pom. S1.32M 48.43



7.45 p.m. Theatre Memories, 8.15 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. World Affairs,
*45 p.m. Composer of the Week, 9 p.m
Frglish Magazine 930 pm Musica
Britannica, 10 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.r
Fror the Editorials, 10.15 p.m The
Debate Continues. 10.30 p.m. From th
Third Programme, 10.50 p.m, faterlude



AMERICAN COLUMN:

LONG ODDS ON THE

ference in Soyiet internal affairs
come with singular ill grace from
a regime which has ‘for many
years consistently. supported sub-

Versive activities directed against

the U.S. and other nations of the
freé world.”

Moscow complained November
21, that the fund was to be used

for espionage activities in the
Soviet Union and other Com-
munist countries. Similar com-

plaints have been voiced in the
Paris U.N. meeting by Soviets.
—cP)



J’ca Housing

KINGSTON Ja. Dee. 20.

The planned reconstruction
programme in Jamaica calls for
the building of 7.000 one-room
housing units in the rural areas
and 3,000 one room units in the
urban areas, as well as loan
assistance to 4,000 families of
lower and middle income groups
in rural and urban areas to re-
pair and reconstruct damaged
houses,

Ten thousand units it esti-
mated cost £2,240,000. House-
holders are expected to help the
way with materials and labour.

—C.P.

is

Sangster Will Go To Ceylon
KINGSTON, Jca., Dec, 19.
Honourable Donald Sangste’
Minister of Social Services ex-
pected to return to-day from the
conference in Barbados leavi
early next month for Ceylon t&

attend the meeting of the Com- the Libyan Government on De-'susAN
monwealth’s Parliamentary Asso- cember 24,

—(CP)

“I took on DALLAS and SAN
FORT WORTH TOO!"

ciation,









1951

—_—_—

DECEMBER 21,

FRIDAY,

EMPIRE

TO- DAY 2.30 & 8.30 SATURDAY, 445 & 8.30
{Columbia Pictures presents



B.G. Govt. To Probe |
Water Street Fire



From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, Dec. 12 a io z
His Excellency the Governor! -ANVNA LUCASTA ~
has intimated to the Mayor of starring :

Georgetown, Mr. Rahman B. Gaj- |
j that he will shortly announce
appointment of a Commission |
if Enquiry to investigate the sev- |
eral aspects of the disastrous fire
which destroyed a large section!
cf Commercial Georgetown on
Friday night, November 30, last.
The Mayor told the Council of the |

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EXTRA
LATEST BRITISH NEWSREELS

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SUNDAY & MONDAY 4.30 & 8.30
Columbia Smashing Double —

ROBERT YOUNG — MARGUERITE CHAPMAN

Governor’s plans on Monday when | wot Te
he formally discussed the fire at) ie ana

the statutory Meeting, He also dis- | rd RELEN TLES:

closed that Government proposes ahd

enacting legislation similar to that :
which was passed in respect of = MQORSEMAN OF THE SIERRAS ~*~
the area destroyed in the 1945 |

fire, but in order that rehabilita- | Starring :

CHARLES STARRETT — SMILEY BURNETT

ROYAL

To-day only, 4.30 and 8.15 To-morrow only, 4.30 and 8.15
Republic Double



ticn should proceed as quickly as |

possible, applications for the erec-

tion of temporary buildings will

be dealt with without do'>y. {

Libya Will Become |

Independent Dee. 24 ,Witt1aM ELLIOTT in .
London, Dec. 20. “CHEYENNE WILDCAT”’

The Foreign Office announced |
— AND —

the former Italian colony of Libyza'
would become independent sov-

“EARL CARROL
VANITIES ”’



United Artist Double —

“JUST WILLIAMS LUCK”

Starring :

WILLIAM GRAHAM
GARRY MARSH

and
“SLEEPING CAR TO
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starring
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OLYMPIC

f To-day Last 2 Shows 4.30 and To-morrow only, 4.30 & 8.15
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consultation with the French Gov- | y
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ty in Fezzan and with United ,
Nations Commissioner for Libya, PRESTON FOSTER in

Britain had decided “to teke the | ‘*THUNDERHOOF”’

reign state on December 24.!
Libya comprising Cyrenaica, Tri |
politania and Fezzan was placed
under British and French admin-}
istration by Article 23 of the,
Italian Peace Treaty. Britain ad-
ministered Cyrenaica ruled by,
Emir Sayed Mohammed El Sunasi |
and the French administered Fez-
zan.







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“THE KILLERS”

necessary steps in collaboration starring

with the French Government to

» transfer all remaining powers to — AND — BURT LANCASTER
PETERS, AND

ALEXANDER KNOX in
“SIGN OF THE RAM”

—U.P.
“SNOWBOUND ”’

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Brothers BOOKIES ' 5 ANN TODD — CLAUDE RAINES
MONG the arrivals by T.C.A\ j —in — “HOUSE OF
d on.. Wednesday were Mr. Age ce ats re See | business). And 4,266 are still»be-| ! ‘ONE WOMAN'S STORY
Robin M. Austin of Messrs. Robin . > one egins tol] ing “studied,” . E MAN’S
Austin and Co., Importers, Ex- close, . i . ; _ Consternation was caused when tore up AND FRANKENSTEIN n
porters and Brokers of .Mgptreal ae: ee ar hanaene the Bureau of Internal Revenue Texas oe len:
and his brother Mr. Gray, M. ae “Ss and other pro-/ announced that it ig unsportingly ABBOTT AND COSTELLO
! Austin, Geologist of the Sohio'! fessional _ gamblers ; throughout | notifying local police forces of COSTEL! AND
Oil Co., of Regina Saskatchewan. ‘Rattacnc. cer Sees : oT the names of the bookies who are —in—
Rebin was accompanied by his ‘Je. active tai, estimated at! registered.
we ee YB 17,000-—Have put down their 80|°°e “KEEP ’EM FLYING” |‘“‘BEWARE OF PITY”
1. Need scent cae stops? (0) Robin and Gray are the sons of dollars and applied for official | And those who do not register
¥. £ interrupt progress. (5) Mr. and Mrs. Merrivale Austin "@gistration. ; ; are twice breaking the law—by
10. ‘Where to find the diary. (5) and are on a business tour through But of these applications, only| not putting their names down
th Bi, aa Th tne dake. ih) the West Indies, They wil! spend 1,556 have been given the stamp| and by failing to pay ten per IN O THE GLOBE
14 “Ass likely to rag one (6) three weeks at home. cf office. Another 1,884 have been/ cent. of their monthly takings to
16. ‘Hullo | (8) Messrs. Robin Austin ahd Co, retyrmed with a request for “ful-) the Government. . ‘
18. Nose, chin or ear? (7) ‘ are large importers of Fancy Jer information” (the bookie Looks like an unhappy New ‘
nt panpped ends aeweye Se?) Molasses and lumber exporters, ust give details of his partners,) Year for the boys in the noisy } 4
22. Be this ana gev uncer, (3). - runners, agents, and place of’ suits. . a r
23, Alter, but ae bow, (5) On Visit To Parerts : i Be as x pam . Pete ee bees
, 3 " ' t a \ 4 y
Lo room tor’navtbing but wade | JYPRS. TONY DORMER, the’ KLAATU...BARADA:..NIKTO
ess. (9) former Marjorie Marsha. . 4 tb ; ey Ce) v oe tno
ieee | Tee ane «hate bad | arrived from Bermuda on Wednes- f , }
e.a tee in @ torrent? (7) day by T.C.A. en route from - *Could these’3 words save ,
4 ‘bot I work with. (4) ? England on a visit to her family | | e
= an pig ma Fron he pegerives She is the daughter of Mr. and | H m @ Pitt Tags) from destruction#
9.°Attaining this in the ring. (4) Mrs. Walter Marshall ef Apes Hill, n astings pintcreo av 7 iitten bp a by another lanet ? :
8 Made Dad green ang. discrdered. = James with whom she is ‘ 1» EDWIN L.MARIN int WARNER BROos. ee ee : ‘
15. Pole, not fon Positive. iC) staying. poning on — | Spriaaes PICTURE ;
17. This case has its points. a i 7
19: To.'make "a" meat of "ts ou |} Adetliak<‘Heetval OPENING:— 4 ao
i —Across: , R. GILBERT TOPPIN, son of | Second, Docomb | - / i"
haat wertaonle ateme: «IYER, GILBERT TOPPIN, son of |] — "Jayonatyy~ E On ericniinns $
Shadows: 13 Dent; 15, Typed: 17, Tree, | ' + anc rs. L. L. Toppin o
19, Errors 20 Revue; 24 Hee}; 22: “Elridge”, 5th Avenue, Belleville Diat 2310
Necaborry. anes 1, Lucid: 2@ '*% |was another arrival by T.C.A. on Phone 4084
}

Ears; », Trophy: 12, Weaver; visit to his

: Wednesday
6. Daily; 17 Tern’ 918. Ash.

* ‘family.

on a TO-DAY 2.30—4.45 & 8.30 P.M. and
Continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.

EXCITING CHRISTMAS ACTION!

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SPECIAL NOTICE:—

NO MATINEES on MONDAY 24th & TUESDAY 25th
(Xmas Day)

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“at once ‘ : - lak kits 5
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-on insect —————=. SSRaeereS, and 8.30 p.m. |

COTTON SHEETING
60" $3.06, 70”
PLAID TAHLING

Warner Technicolor Action!
Randolph SCOTT David BRIAN Phyllis THAXTER in

FORT WORTH

Extra Special—The Color Short
“HOLLYWOOD WONDERLAND”

$3.23
$2.04

80" $3.77

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§ 48"
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No Matinees on Monday 24th &
(B’Town & Oistin) NIGHT SHOWS
AT 8.30 P.M.

MIDNITE SATURDAY
(Tomorrow Nite)
2 New Thrillers !






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“‘DETTOL’|.

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HANDEAGS

SPECIAL NOTICE:
Tues, 25th (Xmis Day)
AS USUAL

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Doesn't Pain,



SPECIAL TOMORROW Sat
9. 30 a.m. & 1.30 p.m.
“WILD BEAUTY”

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ee ES? Don PORTER—Lois “OUTCASTS Of The TRAIL” % : x
||| COLLIER & “Wild Beauty” Monte HALE— $ " GI OBE
*« King of the Wild Horses & “DOWN DAKOTA WAY" & OPENING TODAY %
2 | Y 0 “RIDERS Of The (in Trucolor) x 5 & 8.15 P.M. & CONTINUIN su %
Sust Arrived CHRISTMAS and SANTA FE Roy ROGERS y aS eee %
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“aap weet eee ty -LUS TONITE $
\ SPECIAL MIDNITE Coming FRIDAY 28TH S TAAG P *
an to= Daya YEAR Monday 24th (Xmas Eve) 2.30—4.45 & 8.30 p.m. % TRACY Final ALL-STAR contest $
ne OLD \ “PRONTIER LAW" John WAYNE — x TERRIFIC! is vlna acne %
And Robert RYAN In iy at GERALD DAISLEY x
| “TRIGCER TRAIL” “FLYING $ a a HER e 2
On Sale, | FESTIVITIES at . LEATHERNECKS" 1% pi porn Oh Promise Me 3

i Color by Technicolor * a ° 1
| PELAZA-OISTIN sales : seoneene % wolen? connie g
: : : van | . ] ‘Oty THE GARDEN y : “The Lord’s Prayer” x
‘ TH CLUR Dial 8404 ¥ x : %
first time in THE HARBADOS AQU A i - Today to Sunday 4.45 | GAIET ST. JAMES /% are ¥
| (MEMBERS ONLY) & 8.30 p.m | TODAY to SUN—8.30 P.., ORVIL GRANDERSON 8
} 3 Monogram presents | Mat, SUN—5 P.M. ik “Because of You" 8
DINNERS will be served in the Ballroom between 7 and ri hs BF ma 9 | s S
z BAD BOY | “YOUNG DANIEL BUONE % x
arpadaos \]} 9 pam. on MONDAY, December 24th, TUESDAY, 25th, Lloyd NOLAN | Cmecolor) David BRUC= 11/8 >
||] and MONDAY, 3lst. Audie MURPHY | & James OLIVER CUu- x « WENSTON RUDDER | x
Price: $3.00 James GLEASON | WOOD'S CALL OF ue % _“Orange Coloured Sky >
: VERY SPECIAL MENUS Also The Christmas Short KLONDIKE Kirby GRAN} im x
talian Alabaster “CHRISTMAS DREAM” | & CHINOOK, \%s SAM GORDON ~
{ @ - nder Dos x « , ” ‘
MEMBERS requested to make Reservations not later MIDNITE SAT. 22ND petal - x = = we eg >»
eee Bu “SCREAM In The DARK" MIDNIGHT SAT. 24TH * %
W 50 Different ||] than December 22nd for MONDAY and TUESDAY; and Robert LOWERY “KID From KANSAS” >} NEVILLE SYMMONDS x
are, 1 29th for MONDAY (Old Year). Wally VERNON Dick FORAN— x “Bless This House” 3
} e with Bill ELLIOTT as Andy DEVINE x wel s >
Red Rider in AND . ,ORBIN x
| - f . f f | @ @, DANCING trom 10 p.m. “MARSHAL Of RENO” “THE MASKED RIDER” % we. Gee %
types oO ults tor | till 3 a.m. on MONDAY, eer Johnny MACK BROWN g : ; %
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE eS PAGE THREE
> ° Hens Lay | Colonial Sugar |
e : mile Ge iat | town || Arma
' , IE: uction y —
5 i is Bi WALLETS
Since he wag appointed Chief . youth of the Commonwealth. For
Scout in 1945, Lord Rowallan a period during/ World War II _A hen owned by Florence Burke LONDON,
has journeyed many thousands Lord Rowallan had charge of an Of Orange Cottage laid an egg on In the House of Commons on
of miles visiting Scouts all ove officers training centre, and he Monday—the fourth of its type }Decemper 5, Mr. Gerald Nabarro!
the world; in that time he ha introduced many Scouting meth- during the year—which weighed | (Conservative, Kidderminster) |
proved himself a very worthy ods in the training programme just under a quarter pound, and fasked the Secretary of State for
guccesgor to the late Lord Baden- with great success. But the real â„¢easured 3% inches from end tO Ithe Colonies what are the short-
— Powell, writes success of the centre was mostly @nd and 6% inches in circumfer-|¢erm prospects for increasing
‘HAYDN DIMMOCK due to his personal charm and ee. colonial r production; how,

Another hen owned by Miriam
Haynes of the Bridge Hill villa

fine qualifies of leadership. >
laid two eggs on Sunday, both of

Since 1945 the Chief Scout has
travelled some 120,000 miles to

Editor of ‘* The
(London)

It was raining heavily and the

Bequs’* much additional colonial sugar for
the United Kingdom domestic mar-

ket can be anticipated in 1952;



i visit hi hich were of normal size. The ;

b f an ¢ - visit his Scouts. In January next and from which colonies. With zippers on three sides

enka’ Wide east coker’ saa he will be leaving for a tour of hen laid another egg of normal ’

There were deep pools between the Caribbean, Bermuda and the 5!€,° Ba xa PL ng. Tb Minister of State for Colo- BEAUTIFUL LEATHER joy Britain’
the tents. and in the camp Bahamas and will attend the first Police Ban lays At St- | iat "amairs, Mr. A. T. Lennox- ONLY $1.69 You can enjoy ’
kitehens the cooks were strug- Caribbean Jamboree at Kingston, Joseph's Almshouse Boyd, replied: “Exports of colo» 5 favourite tobaccos. Sis

Jamaica, in March.

Make Friends Easily .
At his home in Ayrshire. Scot-
land, Lord Rowallan has a won-
derful array of many lovely
things which have been presented
to him by Scouts during his
travels; others of his treasurers

The Police Band, conducted by
Capt. C. E. Raison paid a visit to
St. Joseph's Almshouse, for the
benefit of the inmates there, on
Monday evening last.

There was a rich programme of
music, and everyone that attended
enjoyed themselves immensely.
“Christmas Memories”, Waltz

gling to prepare meals. Those of
the campers who did not possess
rubber boots went about with-
out shoes or stockings. The big
majority stayed in their tents.
This was to be the big day of
the camp. An important visitor
was coming, and he had expressed
a wish to go round the camp and

blends to choose from-~
every one a balanced
» blend of vintage leat.

nial sugar have increased substan-
tially over the last few years and
it is expected that the rate of in-}
crease will be maintained. It is too
early yet to give firm estimates
for 1952, but the United Kingdom
in that year may obtain from the
British West Indies, Fiji and Mau-

At Your Jewellers .....

Y. De LIMA
& CO., LTD,



LORD ROWALLAN

not spare himselt. fie is tireless



meet the Scouts in an informal
manner. Now, with the camp
under water nobody thought the
visitor would carry out his plan.
So the boys huddled in their
tents. Then the news went round
—"The Chief is here and he's
coming round.”

In borrowed rubber boots, Lord
Rowallan waded round that camp,
dodging in and out of tents, with
a smile and a tandshake for
every single Scout. One Scout,
up to his knees in a huge pool
of water, was cooking on an altar
fire. He did not see the Chief, so
intent was he on his cooking, but
the Chief saw him and waded
over to shake him by the hand

and have a word with him about
his cooking.

That was one of Lord Rowal-
lan’s first engagements on
becoming Chief Scout of the
Commonwealth in 1945. It is

typical of the man that he does

in his service
Why Is He Liked

Boys like him because he is a
good Scout in every sense of the
word. He is an expert camper,
he knows how to use an axe, fol-
low a trail, signal a message,
cook and fend for himself. They
like him because he has the true

spirit of Baden-Powell and so
closely follows the trail laid by
the Founder of Scouting. They

like him because he is a man who
can do all that he asks of others:
and he is a man of agtion rather
than of words.

The row of decorations Lord
Rowallan wears when in uniform
tell of his service to Britain. He
gained the Military Cross in
World War I. He holds the Ter-
ritorial Decoration, and quite re-

cently was invested by King
George VI as a Knight Com-
mander of the Order of the Brit-

ish Empire for his services to the



Is H igher Price’

Sugar Necessary?

CAPE TOWN.

A minor controversy has been
started in Cape Town over the
price of sugar, following an in-
crease of one farthing per lb. in
the retail price of sugar in South
Africa. It is only a year since
the price of South African suger
went up by a half-penny per Ib.

A leading Cape Town wews-
paper, The Cape Argus, began
the controversy with a leading
article under the heading “The

Sugar Mystery,” in which it con-
demned “the Government's ap-
parent policy of placing the main
burden of inflation on the shoul-
ders of the consumer.”

The paper wondered whether,
before sanctioning this latest price
increase, the South African Gov-
ernment had satisfied itself that
there was no waste at any point
in the processes of production
and distribution of sugar, that no
excessive profits are made at any
point and that overhead charges
are not unduly high.

“The consumets, to speak
bluntly, regard with scepticism
the claim that periodic increases
in the price of sugar are neces-
sary to save Natas from ruin,” it
said. Their view is that an indus-
try efficiently conducted, carried
on withifi South Africa and em-
ploying the cheapest labour in
the country ought to be able to
provide the people with sugar at
a stable price; nor does it help
much in this instance to. dtaw
contrasts with Australia’s \‘all+
white’ sugar at 64d. per Jb.

“If the Government wish ae
believe that these rises. in “the
cost of living are really necessary,
let them tell us the whole truth
about sugar, because this rise of
3d. pey lb. in a year means giving
the industry thousand of pounds
from the consumer’s pocket. It
would be reassuring to know that
it was really necessary.”













*.Pokits vaised jn this article
drew a reply in the correspon-
dence columns of the Cape Argus

from a Cape Town resident, Mr.
J. B. Holmes, who pointed out
that vé@ry little of the price in-
crease of $d. per |b. had actually
gone to the sugar industry itself.
He pointed out, too, that the
price of sugar in South Africa
has been increased only by
“1d. per Ib. in the last 19 years,

of which almost 20 per cent. has
been passed on to the distributive
trade.

“In point of fact,” he declared,
“the largest and most efficient
producer in the Union is today
operating at a profit margin of
a trifle over one-eighth of a penny
per Ib., or less than three per
cent. on the consumer's price

“Having regard to the fact that
the growing of sugar cane is a
seasonal crop and materially
affected by climatic conditions
from, one. year to another,. this
profit margin can hardly be called
exeessive. IT doubt whether any
other industry subject te the vari-
ableness of the South African cli-
mate operates at so small a profit
margin.” gy ~—-B.C.P.

Magistrate Bain
To Retire

te (From Our Own Correspondent)
te GRENADA, Der, 18.
‘Bffective from today Magistrate
;-3. Bain has been granted four
ahd a-half months’ pre-retirement
lea¥Ve Gnding six years’ service on
the bench here following previous
service.in a similar capaeity in St.
Vineeént.
Earlicr hey practised as a golici-
tor here,
Magistrate Bain is a prominent
Methodist layman.



are on display in Baden-Powell’s
Room at Scout Headquarters,
London, and in the room he him-
self uses when there.

Lord Rowallan makes friends
easily. His smile and his laugh-
ter are infectious, his salute and
left handshake sincere signs of
friendship and brotherhood. His
voice is deep and rich, and often
his words of wit, wisdom and in-
spiration are punctuated by a
chuckle which is evidence of his
own deep inward happiness. For
Lord Rowallan is indeed a happy
man who has faith in Scouting as
a power and influence for good
in the world, and a belief that it
is God-inspired.

The Chief Scout sets a high
standard and expects a_ high
standard. His life is a living ex-
ample of the carrying out of the
Seout Promise and in particular
the first part of that Promise—
Duty to God ’

SEAWELL

ARRIVALS BY B.W.1.A. ON THURSDAY

From St. Vincent—Guy Gordon and
Thomas Otway

From Trinidad—A. Tucker, G. Tucker,
J. Aird, C. Regan, E. Brooks, ¢
Brooks, P. Brooks, J. Brooks, C. Brooks,
D. Woodcock, D. OfNeale, D. Rainey.
c. Kum, S. White, N. Bailey,
and D. Hall.

DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. ON
THURSDAY

For Antigua—Hyacinth Pestaina, Stella
Robinson, Jack Robinson, Ronald Keisick.
Rigby Taylor, Elsie Taylor, Leopard
Hutson, Dorethy Blake, Geil Blake, Bast,



S. Kirton

Davis, William Walwyn and Leontine
Osbourne,
For Dominiea-Connie Allison, Jean

Aird, Pat Regan and J, A. N. Buria,
For Jamaica—Christopher Duncan and
Du Roger Arnold.
For Puerto Rico—Carlton Browne and
Albertha Francis

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd., advise
that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station:— °
Starerest, ss. California, 8.8.
Hallanger, s.s. Barendrecht, s.s. Lianis
Hen, s.s. Carbet, s.s. Gaseony, §.A.
Seapearl, ss. Athelstat, s.s. Dalesman,
s.s. Golfito, s.s. Brazil, 8.5. Carmen,
s.s. Canadian Constructor, s.s. Sun-
prince, 5.8. Cottica, s s. Afghanistan, 8.8,
Winter Hill, s.s. Bergljot, s.s. Jessie
Marsk, 6.5. Marques due Comillas, 5.8
American Clipper, s.s. John Chandris,
as. Gelfstream, s.s. Lepton, 4.5 Alcoa
Pioneer, s.s. Imperial Winnipeg, 5.5,
El Gallo, Chrysanthy, 6.6. Armar,
as. Dagei Nurtureton, s,s. Hestia,
John Flanigan, s.s.. Rio Orinoco,
Aliford Bay, s.s. Citadel Victony,
Del Suid, s.s. Ciudad de Caracas,
s.s. Regent Hawk, s.s. North Stay, T/S
Myrto, s s. Canadian Cruiser, 5.8. Locha-
von, s.s. Ariguani, s.s. Lady Nelson,
s.s. Jamaica Producer

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DECEMBER 20, 1951

5.8

8.8

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5.8
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Bankers 70 7710 pr
Sight or
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73 6/10% pr. Cable
"2 2/10% pr. Currency 69 1/10% pr
Coupons 68 5/10% pr
60% pr Silver 20% pr
Latest CANADA Latest
69 4/10% pr. Cheques on
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Demand Drafts 66.85% pr.
re Sell Sight Drafts 66 7/10% pr
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$7 9/10% pr. Currency 65 5/10% pr
i’ .. Coupons 64 8/10% pr.
be Silver . seebeees

and Sambas were all in the pro-
gramme which lasted for about
an hour and a half, from 4.30 to
6.00. Less than 2800 persons
attended, while some of the in-
mates looked on from the galler-

ies.

A St. Joseph’s Vestryman (Mr.
Gooding of Strong Hope) was
present and at the end of the pro-
gramme, moved a vote of thanks.
He also took the opportunity to
compliment the Matron and other
Nurses for the good work they had

one during the last year, He con-
Qtidea by offering an excuse for
the Churchwarden, Mr. :
Coward,

Hollywood
Round-Up

HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 20.
EUROPE AND AFRICA will be
the flming sites for Ernest Hem-
ingway’s “Across the River and
Into the Trees” and S. K. Kenne-
dy’s “Duel in the Jungle.” The
stories were acquired by William
Marshall and Samuel Marx as the
first in a series that they intend to
produce independently next year.
Talks are underway for Gary
Cooper to appear in the first with
Michaeline Prelae as the likely
co-star. Kirk Douglas is being
sought for “Duel” which has an
African locale.

PAUL, HENRIED flies in from
Londen on Tuesday, after, com-
pleting his co-starring role with
Lizabeth Scott in “The Stolen
Face” for Lippert release.

KIRK DOUGLAS left for New
York on Monday, Douglas, who
recently finished his star role in
"The Big Sky” at R.K.O, will go
to Lake Success for an indoctrin-
ation course preparatory to leay~-
ing on a United Nations jaunt.

M.G.M. Director, Raoul Walsh,
will complete “Glory Alley” in
time to leave on January 8th on
an extended vacation in Argen-
tina. —U P

Iran Govt. Deputies
ene
Boycott Majlis
TEHERAN, Dec. 20.

Pro-Government Deputies boy-
cotted the Majlis (Parliament)
prevent a quorum and the sc!
uled blast against the Iranian Pre-
mier, Mohammed Mossadegh by
the Opposition leader, Jamael
Emami, It was the first time that
the Government majority had
used these tactics to prevent the
Opposition from speaking,

The Opposition meanwhile de-
cided to campaign in the coming
general elections despite their
charge that Iranian elections are
not free. Emami said, however,
that he personally would boycott
the elections as long as Mossadegh
was Premier.

The Opposition is still taking
sanctuary inside the Majlis build-
ing as a precaution against their
fear of terrorist attacks. They plan
to remain there until Iran has



» “complete security,” which to them

means the end of Mossadegh’s
rule,—U.P.




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Friday, November 21, 1951

WESTERN EU ROPE

THE visit this week of Mr. Churhill and
Mr. Eden to Paris before Mr. Churchill's
visit to Washington is significant of the
genuine desire that Mr. Churchill has to
keep on good terms with France and
Europe. » There has been disappointment
and confusion throughout Europe as a
result of what has recently been said at
Strasbourg on behalf of Mr. Churchill and
Mr. Eden. Europeans expected Mr.
Churchill's government to support the
Schuman and Pleven plans and expected
}reat Britain to become an important
member of a European Federal Union.
Now they are disappointed and bewildered
to hear from British spokesmen that Great
Britain can take no part either in Federal
Union or in providing troops for a West-
ern European Army.



The peoples of Europe cannot be expect-
ed to greet with enthusiasm the British
claim to be exempted from full European
partnership because of her special position
with regard to the British Commonwealth.
The peoples of the Commonwealth them-
selves can hardly be expected to appreci-
ate Britain’s needs for special relationship
with Europe. But Great Britain is in fact
an integral part of Europe and she can
hardly continue to play a leading part in
European affairs if she leaves Europe to
settle its own difficulties on the plea that
she has special duties and responsibilities
towards the Commonwealth, Nor can the
people ef the United States be expected
to understand Great Britain’s reluctance
to commit herself to a European policy
which would not be supported by the Brit-
ish electorate.

Mr. Churchill does not have a majority
jarge enough to change British Foreign
Policy from that carried on by the Labour
Party. Already the Daily Herald is. taking
the Conservative Government to task for
having led Europeans to believe that their
Government would have given greater
support to the Schuman and Pleven Plan
than was possible. Conservative prom-
ises, accuses the Herald, are responsible
for embarrassing British Foreign Policy.
Whatever the merits of such criticism
there is no doubt that Europe is disap-
pointed with Great Britain’s aloofness.
Yet what else could Mr. Churchill do?
His Government has only recently seen
the full details of the Pleven Plan. And
Mr, Eden’s intention to follow a foreign
policy acceptable to the nation as a whole
is a political necessity in an island where
Labour has so many seats in Parliament
and is determined to keep British forces
and British economy free from European
authorities who are not governments of
the left. Europeays cannot be expected to
appreciate these gbstacles to a.new con-
servative Foreign policy and Mr. Church-
ill’s visit to Paris was therefore necessary
as well as significant. His présence in
Europe will have gone a long way to
assure the European peoples that while
Great Britain for many real reasons finds
itself unable to become an integral part of
a Federal Europe or to supply forces for a
Western European Army that country
really is sincere when it says that it will
support a Federal Union when it is formed
and will take part in the defence of West-
ern Europe, as an independent state.

How far Mr.- Churchill’s charm and
prestige will go in soothing the frustration
and disappointment of Europeans it is im-
possible to predict but certainly if any-
thing can help to improve Anglo-Conti-
nental relations at the moment it will have
been Mr. Churchill’s visit to Paris, The
statement issued in London and Paris
after the talks ended that complete agree-
ment ‘had been reached between Great
Britain and France will arouse new hopes
on the continent. Mr. Churchill is now
ready to go to Washington for those very
important talks which he will have with
President Truman early next month.



WRITING
By DANIEL GEORGE

ONE of the mistakes that are often made
is the mistake of writing. “One of the mis-
takes that is often made.”

Put it round this way: “Of the mistakes
that are often made this is one.” You see,
“mistakes,” being plural must be followed
by “are.”

The publisher who advertises: “One of
the funniest books that has been written”
should know better. He would see his error
if he recast the sentence thus: Of the books
that have been written this is one of the
funniest.”

Similarly, the impatient reader who tells
me that I am “one of those chaps who takes
a delight mistaken in

in finding fault” is

more ways than one

I do not wish to imply that this is a very
grave fault in English. Tf is due to careless-
ness and can easily be avoided.







BARBADOS ADVOCATE





World Assembly Of

, ARNULF M. PINS

From Survey

A new type of technical assist-

ance programme, designed to meet
the needs of young people in the
underdeveloped areas of the
world, was projected in August

i951 by 550 youth leaders from 65
countries meeting at Cornell Uni-
versity, in Ithaca, in the north-
eastern State of New York. It wes
but one of many resolutions and
projects adopted by the World

Assembly of Youth which held its ;

first triennia] General Assembly in

the United States around the
theme of “Youth and Human
Rights.”

At the present time plans are

for the World Assembly of Youth
(WAY) to establish a demonstra-
tion youth center and leadership
training institute in one or more
underdeveloped areas, Young tech-
nicians will work in the aréas of
“handicraft, citizen participation
personal health, nutrition, and
modern methods of agriculture.”

The WAY plan differs from the
present technical assistance pro-
grammes of the United Nations
and the United States by ex-
tending their principle to the areas
of youth leadership training and
citizenship education, The projects
which will be conducted under vol-
untary auspices, will make it pos-
sible for more young people to go
to Asia and Africa to help develop
educational and recreational pro-
grams for young people.

Founded in 1948 in London, the
World Assembly of Youth is an
organization through which young
people can work together inter-
nationally on common interests
Any country which has a national
coordinating youth council] can
apply for membership, but no in-
dividual national organization is
eligible.

The purposes of WAY are:

1. To promote internationa!
understanding by providing an
opportunity for young people vo
meet and to consider common
problems and to evolve solutions;
to learn international coopera-
tion through actual experience.

2. To extend, strengthen, and
enrich youth work and yeuth
movements throughout the
world through programs of ex-
change of personnel, information,
publications, and experience.

3. To give young people an
opportunity to be heard and to
participate in the work of the
United Nations, through con-
sultative status with the Econo-
mie and Social Council and
attendance at meetings of other
sections or agencies of the United

a

short three years of its
existence 42 nations have officially
affiliated with WAY. They in-
clude Algeria, Australia, Belgium,

British Guiana, Cameroons, Can-
ada, Ceylon, Dahomey, Denmark.
France, French Guinea, Gabon,

Gold Coast, India, Ireland, Italy,
Lebanon, Luxembourg, Madagas-
car, Malaya, Malta, Martinique,
Middle Congo, Netherlands,
Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia,
Oubangui-Chari, Pakistan, Phil-
ippines, Senegal, Sierra Leone,
Singapore, Surinam, Sweden,
Togo, Trinidad and Tobago,

Turkey, Union of South Africa,
United Kingdom, United States,
Upper Volta, Viet Nam. Young
people from 25 other nations
attended the conference as observ~
ers. Representatives from all
areas have equal status in WAY.



y ROBERT GLENTON.

A fortnight ago there should
tho dignified advertisements
fo the Lord Chamberlain an-

ing. tihe . dates
st debutantes can gather in
Trews “det ex¢itement to be pre-

The King’s planned convales-
cence cruise in the spring may
year .

Does it matter?
are telephoning the Lord Cham~-
berlain’s office to find out if there
Palace it appears to matter a great
deal.
something like £500,000 a year to
bring out the debutantes, Father
of anything under £1,000 for the
season,

Before a girl can be presented
she must have a sponsor who has
sor herself must apply for the
girl's invitation,
tlewomen seeking an easy~ -made
additi®n to their income, a racket

The Lord Chamberlain was
angry. It was decreed that any
to present a girl would be refused
permission to present again, But,
means of getting over that obsta-
cle.
highest figure a man has ever paid
to see his daughter at Court. That

In the economy days since the
war the old glamorous evening

have appeared in the newspapers
when the
sented at Court,
mean no presentation Courts next
To the anxious mothers who
are any instructions from the
Before the war it was costing
was lucky to get away with a bill
Must Have Sponsor
already been to Court. The spon-
With many impoverished gen-
sdon flourished,
woman found to have been paid
of course, there are ways and
£10,000 is supposed to be the
was just before the last war.
presentation Courts have gone.

WRITER claiming that men

have much more business
sense than women, recalled to
me Mme. Haussmann’s plaintive
remark to a friend: —

“Every time we buy a house
in Paris the moment we begin
to settle down in it a boulevard
passes through it.”

Miss Snibbo

HE report that the exquisite
Mimsie Slopcorner is to be
Miss Snibbo will make Thread-

gold’s Theorogrip Garterette, Ltd.,
wince. The terms of Mimsie’s
contract include some curious

stipulations owing to the variety
cf uses to which the Snibbo pro-
ducts can be put, She will have
to be prepared to make her face
shine like a ballroom floor with
Snibbolene. She must eat Snibbo
grease axles with it

from hats
railings with

in public,

remove beer-stains

with it smear rusty

Youth

The Young Adult Council of the
National Social Welfare Assembly
served the meeting as host. YAC,
the United States member of
WAY, is composed of 14 major
national youth organizations in the
United States .

Werking in forums, workshops,
ccmmittees, and plenary sessions
yo. g people of many races,
religions, and a wide variety of
political beliefs deliberated on
common problems and aspirations
and hammered out practical pro-
grams that youth organizations
cen carry out together to over-
come the problems which con-
front young people everywhere.
They ca‘led strongly tor achieve-
ment of freedom of dependent
areas. Raising their voices against
aiscrimination and illiteracy, they
worked out progr:ms to fight
against these evils.

The international youth leaders
cledged WAY’s support to the
United Nations and to the imple-
mentation of the UN’s Declara-
tion of Human Rights. They
decided to establish a WAY-week
around Human Rights Day
(December 10) and to celebrate
UN Day (October 24) by aiding
campaigns for the United Nations
International Children’s Emer-
gency Fund. They called for more
youth participation in National
Commissions for the United
Naticns Educational, Scientifle.
und Cultural Organization and
other UN activities.

Youth leaders set up a sub-
commission on Rural Youth to
study, special problems and to plan
for an international conference on
rural youth to be held in 1952 un-
der the auspices of the United
Nations Food and Agricultural Or-
ganization. Special commissions on
students and the status of women
were also established.

One of WAY’s major objectives
is to enhance travel opportunities
for young people. in this connec-
tion the delegates called for the
simplification of custom and pass-
port formalities, the abolition of
visas, and the issuance by WAY

of a special travel card. They
adopted a programme for ex-
change of young workers and

youth leaders from one country to
another during 1951 and 1952.
They laid” plans for seeking re-
duction of international trans-
portation fares and the establish-
ment of educational programmes
and tours for young travellers,

The youth representatives of all
countries united to help young
people in less developed areas, In
this connection they scheduled a
regional youth conference to be
held in South East Asia in the
spring of 1952, planned to send
field workers to Africa, Asia, and
South America. authorized the is-
jsuance of new publications and a
travelling library of audio-visual
material,

The conference was designed to
focus on the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights. But this
led naturally to discussion of such
subjects as education, working
conditions, freedom of movement,
freedom of youth organizations,
discrimination, juvenile delin-
quency, world citizenship, devel-
opment and organization of rural
youth movements, problems of
youth in dependent countries, im-



Now the presentations are done
at afternoon Palace parties. The
debutantes are not presented in-
dividually, The King and Queen
walk down the line speaking
occasionally to a specially favour-
ed one.

Title, If There Is Money

A girl can—and many do today
—go to her presentation in a
utility dress.

“A girl and her mother just buy
the new hat, gloves, and the sum-
mer dress they would normally
get.” I was told by Mrs, Horace
Farquharson, a_ professional ad-
viser on the intricacies of “com-
ing out.”

“Less fuss is made of titles
among debutantes today. A title
is only valuable if there is money
with it. Most girls work for a
living. Their friends are from

varying social levels.

“Presentation is still one of the
great moments in the life of the
modern society girl. But no long-
er because she is looking fdr a
husband. They pick their hus-
bands differently now.”

The cruelty has gone out of a
debutante’s life, too, said Mrs,
Farquharson. The “season” could
be very brutal to a girl who was
shy, dull, or plain,

Ticket To The ‘Debs’ Ball

Today it can—and often does—
cost up to £2,000 for the girl who
still insists on something like a
“season,”

But for most debutantes social
life consists of the appearance at
Court and a 50s. ticket to the
debutantes’ ball given in aid of
Queen Charlotte’s Hospital,

During the war, when there
were no presentations, the ball
was the only substitute—though
officially it didn’t count.

it cure coughs, rheumatism,
measles, and neuralgia with it
and make ther ears glamorous
with it. “It’s a bit of a rise” said
her mother, “after her being the
Dustbin Lid Queen of 1951.” Her
father said: “All it comes to is
that some mayor will kiss her
at a bazaar, and get his mug
smeared with the stuff.” Mimsie
said; “Ai thenk this is mai big
chawnce.”

Waste Of Breath

B* giving a hundred mice
hiccoughs, and catching their
breath in little pigskin bags, a
scientist has proved that if the
ordinary man used his breath
economically he could save
enough of it in eight hours ‘to
turn the sweeps of a miniature
mill far thirty-two minutes. I
am reminded of this scientific
fact by an article about the con-
trol of breathing, which makes a
man breath-conscious. The ordin-
ary man breathes without notic-

!

migration and émigration, the}
character of youth movements, and
assistance to under-developed |
areas 4
Youth leaders from every part)
of the world had an opportunity
to see something of the United
States—the host country—to hear
some of its noted men and women |
speak, and to meet with repre-
sentatives from other nations
working in the United Nations.
The dele; arrived in New)
York City inf¢hartered planes, to
participate 4m programmes = and
tours already planned for them. |
Approximately 100 attended a}
Seminar on Technical Assistance
in New York prior to the Assem-
bly. At Ithaca, their entertainment
included performances by the
Ballet Theater, the National
Broadeisting Company (NBC)
Symphony Orchestra; the Hal
Johnson Choir, and the dance;
Pearl Primus. Delegates also saw
exhibits of paintings by youne
Americar, and displays of youth
organizations and the United Na-
tions. After the Assembly, tours
of eastern and midwestern com-|

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951



LORD ELTON*,
Socialis:,

himself a one-time
takes stock for the new Baron
of the Left

REBEL DAVIE

—will be a tonic for Lords

“DAVID Kirkwood, Clydesider, a peer!”

{So his ineredulous friends would doubtless
have exclaimed in 1916 when he had just
been deported from the Clyde for leading

wartime agitation against rents; so they

would have exclaimed in 1922, when he first

ppeared in the House of-Commons, one of
suspect little band of newly-
lected Clydesiders,

laimed in the early 1930s.
But a great deal of water has flowed since

then, not only down the Clyde but under
Westminster Bridge, and by no means all
|ef it has been Blue.
|years David Kirkwood has
shed the suffix to his name; for some while
he has been no longer Kirkwood the Clyde-

in recent
imperceptibly

Moreover,

ider, but plain David Kirkwood—a change

munities give them a more com-| hich he may well have welcomed for it is

plete picture of life in the United |
States.

During the meetings WAY dele-
gates heard representatives o
adult agencies and of governmen
express intgrest in their work. Ai/|
the openifig session Ben Cohen |
Assistant Secretary General o
the United Nations, explained th: |
similarity between WAY and ‘‘i¢ |
UN. “To-morrow,” he remin.(ec |
the delegates, “you may be thx
‘eaders in the UN and its special-
ized agencies.”

They heara vean Acheson, thc |
U.S. Secretary of State, tell them |’
that they belonged in that grou |
which “believes in the human |
spirit, in the indomitable spirit o
man—which is guided by a ene
of a better world.” They were
spurred by the words of desdame|
Vijaya Laskshmi Pandit, Ambas- |
sador from India to the United |
States, who said: “I believe that |

|

|lways more satisfactory to be known as

meself,

MELLOWED
And if now there is to be another change

tad he is to be plain David Kirkwood no
enger, this may be understood to imply that
le man has mellowed. Which is altogether

» his credit; for he was always essentially
friendly person and, like many rebels,
vner of a particularly warm heart, and if
» has mellowed it is doubtless because in
1e course of 30 years he has not been able
) help enlarge his circle of friends.
The process of mellowing, however, is
‘radual and inconspicuous, and when the
ranslation of a rebel to the supposedly
‘arefied atmosphere of the gilded chamber

you—the young people of the | Jraws sudden public attention to it, a cer-

world—will elect to climb the|
mountain and watch the sun rise, |
and that the time will come when
through tolerance and mutual co-
‘operation—world peace becomes |.
not only a_ wish but a blessed |

iin number of hands are apt to be raised in

»>-ous horror.

Contrasts are always dramatic and on
uch occasions the rebel’s record qs duly

reality.” And they pondered the | 3¢arched for the past indiscretions and vitu-
words of Mrs. Franklin Delano | perations which his new status has suddenly

Roosevelt, U.S. Representative on

the UN’s Human Rights Commis- e

endered so incongruous—vituperations, it

sion who warned that the future) may even be, against the gilded chamber it-

promised to be hard and uncer-|.,
tain. “It will be difficult waiting |
for people to grow up, waiting for |
the conscience of the world to}
catch up with the concept of hu- |
man rights, and every individual | \@
will have to carry his own re-|2
sponsibility. But it will also be a iE
most exciting time to live, a time
in which you young people may!
be able to. bring about
needed changes
nnd peaceably.”
In no part of the conference did |
delegates seek to resolve their|
differences by falling back upon |

vitally |
democratically |

»bjectors,
Allen of Hurtwood became a_ picturesque

elf,
THE PACIFIST
I well remember how, in 1932 when a peer-
ge was conferred on Clifford Allen, pacifist
nd ex-chairman of the Independent Labour
-arty, for a few days there was a veritable

|Press witch-hunt through the inaccessible
and half-forgotten records of the unimpor-
; ant

wartime conclaves of conscientious

But it did not last long and Lord

nationalistic or ideological catch-| and respected member of the Upper House;

words, Calmly and seriously they
jtackled this important learning}
experience in citizenship respon-

|nor did his utterances there so far as I know
jever outrage the susceptibilities of Their

sibility and international relations. | Lordships.

And in providing themselves with
a lesson in democratic participa- |
tion they gave the adult world a
demonstration of real maturity.



The woman who organised the
ball for years was tall, aristo-|
cratic-looking Lady
Graeme,

Hamond-| sarlier

Which is not to say that he had abandoned

|his principles but merely that he, too, had
(Congresses & Conventions) ;mellowed, a process which, after all,
| desirable in human beings as in wine.

Debutantes Are Waiting |

is as

And the House which Kirkwood will enter

‘s, in one respect at least, a different place
.o that to which Clifford Allen — and for

hat matter John Morley and not a few
iconoclasts—so speedily adapted

She has just retired from the nimself,
task, but throughout her time she| LONELY MEN
was the sergeant-major of debu-| Unti . er
tantes. With a microphone in ntil comparatively recently Socialist

front of her she would command| peers were lonely figures, sprawling some-

and chide
debutantes,

“Last year,” said Lady Hamond-
Graeme, “I really told them off. |
I said they were the worst lot I
had ever met. ‘Put your heads up| t
and your sterns in, You'll enter
the room like a lot of camels!’,|
I told them. That got them.|
They were the best of the lot.”

Lady Hamond-Graeme is in a
position to judge the debutante of
today, “She's very much _ nicer
than the girl of the pre-war years.
She is so much better mannered.
There were some frightful crea-
tures before the war.”

Dress Too Tight To Curtsy

the white-gowned



sors that the modern debutante!
is well behaved. For the Court, ©

holds the sponsors responsible for| ence and
is still

It was beautiful | | through a vast amount of unpaid and unpub-
licised work essential to
still the most dignified as well as the most

any of the errors of their charges. |
There was a girl who wore a
skin-tight dress,
and she was proud of it..
she arrived in’the Palace. She
suddenly realised she couldn't
curtsy without splitting the dress.
She thought fast, and, with the @
fascinated eyes of every other
woman watching her, flung her-
self low in an Eastern obeisance.

until!

what self-consciously amid a sea of empty
| ced benches; nowadays, however, that section
of the Chamber in which the new peer will

ake his seat can on occasion house quite a

formidable phalanx of Socialist peers, some
}of whom in their day, if the truth were
| known, have probably expressed sentiments
which,
Lordships, would have sounded as odd as
anything which the electors of Clydeside
ever heard from David Kirkwood.

if uttered within earshot of Their

Moreover, there are nowadays a_ good

Pe ; many more trade unionists than ex-Viceroys
It is just as well for their spon-|in the House.

In all other respects, how-
ver, it is the same. The standard of experi-
specialist knowledge in its debates
unique; its committees still get

Parliament; it is

ncient assembly in the world, whose

debates are invariably decorous in spite of
the fact that it is also the only assembly

Her mentor was promptly re-| which has never had a chairman of any

fused permission
Court again.
Then there was the high rank-| Pp
ing woman who sponsored unwit- |
tingly a divorcee. She could.never |

to appear at/ kind to keep it in order;

Of which unique
henomena David Kirkwood who if my

memory serves me, has had his clashes with

present another person after that.) the Speaker of the Commons in his day,

—L.E.S.



‘will doubtless have taken note.

BY THE WAY eeeee By Beachcomber |

HARD-HITTER
No new Member with a sense of history

can enter the Lords without a certain sense
ing it, as to the manner born, and|of awe, but Kirkwood will not he coming

so wastes breath. It occurs to me
that a nation-wide campaign to
save breath might
enormous stockpile,
create artificial
fog over all

large city, or

sufficient »
hurricanes, or to|P
e to cool an area of|
porridge the size of Trafalgar]
Square. Let us make this so-}p
called twentieth century the h
breath-minded century. d

Who Would Have Thought It?

WILD cry rang through a
correspondence column the

other day: “We can’t all sere
to keep birds for the table.”
knew a rich man who kept
stud of racehorses for his table
He was rather’a “horsey” man,
whore father had been at the, y,
Siege of Ladysmith, and _ he'd
vowed never to eat ordinary
horse again. He was of course,
cut by the racing people. And
the hunting people. And by the
eating people

jempty handed. For if the Upper House is

result in anj to

maintain its influence and continue to
lay the part of a genuine Senate in the

the windows in . coming age it must continue to absorb new
;Members with a wide variety of social and

olitical background. And one so vital, so
onest and so picturesque, with so long a

emocratic experience and with such a gift |
for making friends as the new noble Lord
| will certainly make his own individual con-
tribution in his novel and august surround-
ings.

For during a long career David Kirk-

a| ¥ wood has repeatedly hit the nail on the head,
|and though it may sometimes have been the

rong nail, he has invariably hit it fair and

square.

"LORD ELTON, poet, history don and broadcaster
was expelled from the Socialist Party as a supporter of
Ramsay MacDonald in 1981 MacDonald made him a
baren

WORLD COPYRIGHT RESERV2D
—-L.E.S.

reddest of the Reds;
and so they would probably still have ex-|








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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

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Tourists Will Be Told ‘Taxi Fares with Bird’s sith tna
COMMISSIONER oe CROWDING SANTA CLAUS *









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r ticeable featu ' the
1 istmas shopping ir the City
yesterday was the brisk busine
done by the sellers of toy r
i j : posteards There was i large
Tourists will be told of the amount they should pay taxi number of children with the
drivers, and the Police will invite them to report any driver parents about the various busine
who charges in excess of the amount, the Commissioner of places and great re the d



Police told about two dozen taxi drivers yesterday when
giving them a talk in which he asked for their co-operation.
After the talk, some of the taxi drivers posed certain diffi-
culties which usually confronted them to the Commissioner.
The Commissioner said that ‘
with the approach of the Christ- You should try it for a month anc
mas and tourist seasons,” hie S¢¢ how it works.
thought it. was fitting that he At present, too, there is ne
should give taxi drivers a talk on indication to show which cars are
their duty and... responsibility t2*!8._ The sign’ “taxi” should be
for the improvement of the taxi marked on the windscreen of each

mands for a toy cart, gun, mot
ear and other thing

The postcard vendors vied
each other as to the colouri:
display and wording of their po
cards, but there was hardly cause
fcr preference. There were man
purchasers

The soda fountains and re
taurants did a good trade as well
for in most cases the tired shoppe
¢ found his way to one or the othe





: . of these places fo scessary re Give every meal a party spirit trimmings. Bird's Jelly-de-l

cab service, and the mutual ‘bene- waxi ania would notice that ame Tn eines the serve Bird's Telly. de - Luxe in sets quickly, perfectly and the

fit of themselves and the public Tent ceitace Peete On, , “4 seating accommodation was plain wonderful ways. Play up their delicious fruit flavours

which they served. form, he added ee ; ly inadequate rich, clear colours ... fill the orchard right > you
“It is the duty of every taxi ; Co-op retio ateerosctenmmnenssusmanensncsistiiass them with fruit...serve them home, Make one toni

driver,” he said, “to keep his cab The Commiamenore ae point | in exciting shapes with pretty and just see!

clean | and in good mechanical was the question of co-operation

condition, otherwise it should noc

between the Police and taxi

be on the road. A private car can drivers.

‘be kept in any condition in which















| Only Jird’s Jelly-de-t ‘you
1 separate tablets for hall vitles
. ‘ n . “Police are not here to try and 4 ond this Vaiiqus Bodeycomb ms ulding
an owner felt like keeping it, but get convictions against you,” he ere ee
not a taxi. raid. “We do not want to prose- *
The driver, too, must be neat cute you, but if you insist on |
on all occasions.” breaking ihe traific rules and
He said that their taxis should regulations, we must prosecute
be parked only on authorised you.
places nd_ drivers generally “We are ready to help you and
should obey the laws and regula- sive te a fair chance to earn JELLY-DE-LUXE
2 ai ; your living.”
eee concerning the operation of Some of the taxi drivers asked SANTA CLAUS finds it difficult to take gifts out of his bag. This occurred at the Police Christmas Party
“It is y — ibili the Commissioner questions and at St. Cecilia yesterday evening.
that peLmnien are coronas told him of difficulties which were As soon as ape hetagagg played by Cpl. Best of the Police Band, walked on to the lawn he was sur An assortment of beautiful see Seep uneneena
‘ § ) ‘ ia ded by eager children. im |
and carefully s jy Putin their way. roun vi . J
‘olaces her umm ns oe One said that they had begun aneete nee Evening Bags with only a Saas BEBBR BBB BEBE a"s
4 ’ to put up the sign, “Taxi” on their N . ° . e ay" - 2 ia
should only charge the proper : 2 © few of each design. r ‘ “
i ’ cars, but the police had made \ sy > 4 t tk Sessions / d ourne Ls] N oO r I q I ma
tape. Sok ae ear ee ssembly Singers [.ntertain journed ea I 4 =
Two Types Another said that there was A ‘ H Until January At Your Jewellers ..... a
He gave them examples of qwo Space,spout the “eity and they CSuests At Government House J ; ps _
types of taxi drivers. One, he said, parking of their cars, ‘i The Hon'ble the Chief Justice| i. a” Our Store will be closed on | |
west ene eae purely to MrAnother said that it was im- THE ASSEMBLY SINGERS of Speightstown enter- Sif Alun Collvmore CC. seter-|| Wo De LIMA | Sq 4th DECEMBER. |
> e fi 5 5 ciate pi a a : se ay Vv Sé r , ; “} -R.
thought that rules and regulations Pes Taxi Association tle was in tained guests at Government House last night to a “Carob of Grand Sessions an. enjoyable ‘0.. LTD s., MONDAY 24th DEC N Po]
did not apply to him. He did not the business about 19 years and Musicale”. The choir of 20 voices (eight males and 12 Christmas before adjourning the & €O., L " a
spend any money on the mainte- during that time there had been females) was conducted by Mrs. J. A. Haynes of “Camelot”, Ce urt until January 2. The two a an
nance or repair of his taxi and it at least 19 attempts to form an St, Peter, who is their musical adviser. cases—-Rex vs. Pearl Roach and 20 Broad Street Ss Cc Ltd
was in a poor mechanical condi- association, but all had failed. | If ' "| oe Mie wenel mcs which vere Pm H. Jason Jones & c "
tion and very untidy. He himself the Commissioner could think of The programme was set out in ing and larceny at Josey Hill, ' De heard yesterday were ad-
was shabbily ‘dressed and when 8 workable way of forming an three parts. The choir first sang The shop is owned by Maurine JOurned as°some of the witnesses SSBB RaT eee 2 8

he carried tourists about the association, he and others would a set of carols then a set of Spirit- Boyce,























and Xmas Tree decora-

id not attend the Court, Se OE ae ee a ” BREREBRBRBHEELUABRABA

a willingly Co-operate uvals:.and. ended with another set Before adjourning the cases the ONG NN NG NG NENG NN NS S9RCOCCOOD GOD SPE F PORE OPO SD SOOO EOE om
peas pe wae ee The last point @ taxi driver of Sorole ST. PETER CHOIRS ave pre- Chief Justice said that some in- . 4 Mi : & . >
from eae muen as nencourd get Grew to the Commissioner's at- Miss Elaine Jordan sang two paring for the annual New Year vestigations should be made in the | 3 Last mute we)? wv ~
‘ i yas 507 rists ; “ rdan.” Day singing contest which is held method of summoning witnesses. | } tier a Ya’ %
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himself neat, his car in good re- Were contacted by certain car Black Joe” and “Twinkle, 4 Kensington Oval. 4 feittinnt ore ee arbre SD XMAS co s ra ¢ A Lin G x
pair, obeyed the traffic regulations, 2W€TS before they reached the Twinkle Little Star” were select- Permission was given the Com ate 1 e to. the many x «& . ‘ ¥
wile ° ia to t 7 ey Ran ed island and he said that that should 64 as the Spirituals and “Silent munity Choirs’ Association yester- holidays, the retrials and disagree- SS ) 7 ie | ‘ al I yr ds
ith ans ce and charge? "not be allowed. Night" as a quartette. day to stage this competition a: ™ents,” the Chief Justice said : [ resents from | £ ABsee >
Which of thee rho h » ..The Commissioner reminded ~~ the oval, The Test Piece on th > ils hy x
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men with whom a tourist to this pupils of the All Saints’ Girls tered the competition. The dea: Officers and members of the » Boxes. a $ *) Bargains %
island comes in contact and since ar School on. Tuesday afternoon a line for entering the competitio, James Street Church presented FRY’S PEI RMINT 1 8
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RUGS.— _ in size 27” x 53” Each ......... Bea $ 12.30 SBRUCE WEATHERHEAD ay Pd and { FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR Cl edebaag RS * i}
27” x 54” Each ...... acotlay $ 14.14 4 . $ " . =| @ i). SHORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS) WILL REMAIN OPEN
| 2 LTD. =| a J & i FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAY, 22ND DECEMBER
2 | a rosperous New . y CAF Bi} FROM 8 AM. UNTIL 4 P.M. CLOSING ONLY BETWEEN i}
= 2 : & 12 NOON AND 1 P.M. AS USUAL FOR BREAKFAST i
BBR AIso sold by ‘i, Oh: wr NY
CAVE SHEPHERD & C0. LTD. 2 Hinds & Co so Se & } \\}
= Messrs. Knights Ltd ems - . ‘KE ) *« \\
; eal ea 2 Cottion tia Che West India Biscuit Co., Ltd. es | Hl A R R ISON \—Broad Street it
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951
T _ 1 or :
A S S I F IE D A D S PUBLIC SALES Greece Elected NO TICKET FOR GAIRY S======—™ YX
CS a: . } | one
. m , ‘ . Trom Our Own Carrespendent mas excursion party that they had) -
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATS lo U.N, Assembly been advised nat te sell him a| FOR SALE
- “TARGE MODERN BUILDING 90 by 40 GRENADA, Dec. 20. ticket, it being their opinion that | "
For Births, Marriage or Engagemént! FO tor babinval Guitallle Tor GU or | é er PARIS, Dec. 20. Gaity was today informed by Aruban. authorities would not} BARBADOS SHIPPING &
annovneements in Carib Calling the R SALE dwelling. no reasonable offer refus The United Nations General] local agents of the airline by which grant him permission to land, { TRADING CO., LTD.
charge 1s $3.00 for any number of words 1 acre of enclosed land on Ineh } Assembly to-day elected Greece to| he conicmplated a flight to Aruba Two years ago Gairy returned |
up te #9 and @ conte per word for =. Road, Stiver, Sands, sdtuoining Inch-by-| the Security Council after 19|tegetner with a Grenada Christ- to Grenada from Aruba | A number of rights to new
a onal wer: rms casl ne ane as ne OF house spots , ag ssia’s car Ge aoa
ee ee sa 4p .. S133 for Death AUTOMGTIVE 12 cents per square foot Apply on oe —— Russia’s candidate = | Cneenery See tt ee
premises 1 $1—in yelo~ a. | . = Y
a 2h oe Greece was sponsored by the CHANCERY SALE i{{ should assure a steady 5%
are ots eae ana | ie ~The undersigned will offer] United States investment.
DIED SE tar ce ea amen for sale by suction on Friday next, the — hs oa deadlock as the BARPADOS ‘
at hls accepted. Dial 3326. .12.51—6n. | 21st December at 2 p.m. about 3,000 he election deadlock was The undersigned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office, Apply: BST, c/o Advocate
}OWNE—On Depernber 20th Bhs | ———$—$- —=— —=—=—=—-_———t—— | ‘share rights” ii respect of the recent] longest in the history of U.N.| public Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 noon end 2 p.m. for the sum and on Advtg. Dept. *
ae lence Blades Hill, St. Philip, Geosne issue of Ordinary Shares tyy the BAR-| elections. —C.P. the date specified and if not then sold it will be set up on each succeeding Friday " e 51
ward Browne, Master tailor. His MECHANICAL PADOS SHIPPING & TRADING CO, tee ete ome place and during the same hours until sold, Pull particulars on 1.12.51.
fun ral Mb leave the abov.: residence UTD. The “rights” will be offered 1 Application to me. - ’ - — ——
Fe eT eee eee ee acerca rar are ceveral, Wine, ranging, from 18 te me A JACQUES HUMPHREY SSS I
i ion RICYCLES—2 Girls’ 3 speed Raleigh | “Tights” cach. Carrington & seals, EF ENDANT: A CER
Gladys Brown \wite,, vere Mules! picycies. Dial 2250 —~ 3007 Lucas Street. 19. 1961-30 WANTED OPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at A
t . . Mario: » _—————— reens parish George slan
ters), Alvian Browne (brother), o0.00.95—20 60. SHARES Barbados Fire I nent ee Se ming s ce rem apa ae aeons
Lalian Browne Josephine Brow fe < ni —o ee and boun by ane ae thirty Sas Be nad
Flo ce |=Brown lone Browne BICYCLE—One Ladies Hercules Sports Soa HELP - ding on two sides on lands of Alph > GALORE
moore es), ae mel wecel Bicycle almost new. Phone 5092.| 108. SHARES Barbados Ice Co., Ltd pin on lands of May Atkins and on a road or however else the , g
(sisters) 71 .12.51—In 19.12 51—&n. 40. SHARES West India Rum Refin- | ~— ee Onn. Hemet son. Homaeanid same may abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain
I ETE The sieamnaniebed will be set up for Pp Seimsley,” Guo Hill St. George. piso ta of Tee oie _ i cates 4 oe = aes At Give Away Poleee ||!
THANKS POULTRY sale at Public Auction on Friday next 18.18.5>-S. : ‘one acre two roods abutting and betnding on lates at Dox Hall Santa Has Brought a
SSGIGNTSal ne Ga Poe, |e ES December at 2 p.m. at Carring- MISCELLANEOUS Plantation on land of F. F. C. Gill on lands of G. T. Forde and Bagful At
= ie | ton Sealy. cas 5

————_$_——————_
CLAIRMONTE—Through this medium the
Clairmonte family beg to sincerely | °1°8 enieni—45
thank all friends who sent wreaths, or
in any way aympathized with them in MISCELLANEOUS
their recent sad bereavement. — AUCTION
21.12.51—In AQUARIUM—Imported Show Aqua-

CARRINGTON & SEALY. together with the messuage or dwellinghouse and all and singular
99.12.61—2n the buildings and erections thereon erected and built stand-

ing ont Daan with the appurtenances.

UPSET PRICES 13.4.

parE OF SALE: 30th November, 1951. No. 10 Swan Street and

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ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & SCRAP
GOLD PURCHASED. GORRINGES,
ANTIQUE SHOP. 2.12, 51—t.f.n.
jacana eee nr













————
ee | rium, 36x15x12 inches. Angle Iron frame.| 1 will sell on FRIDAY 2ist at 2 p.m WANTED TO RENT H. WILLIAMS, Corner of Church Street,
4 side glass, Slate bottom. Also some|at McEnearncy’s Garage 1 1933 FORD HOUSE or ; Small House or Fiat Registtar--in-Chanceny. Ss
ANNOUNCEMENTS | top 'c! Fish. ARCHTE CLARIES, Dial| SEDAN CAR in good working order. | in the vielnity of Garrison, Beckles Ro. 22.11.51--4n
5148. 19.12.51—3n | Terms cash Brittons Hill, etc. to Advocate From the Large Assortment
—————$—<—$—<——$ R. ARCHER MeKENZIE, Advig. Dept. in Writing. ———$—$$—$—$ $$ We Mention J Few:
———memeemeet | AMERICAN TYPE NECKTIES: Flashy ‘ ‘Auctioneer. 7.12.61—3n e Mew ‘ust a 3
$5 in goods and with. your cash bill} « hot designs at THANI BROS. Dial 3466. 18.12. 51—4n
you ‘get a wise coupe: how many 1.1861—t.hn NOTICE G r DOGS, RABBITS, BEARS, CHICKENS, TALKING DUCKS,
EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop] BED TICKING—Fancy Striped desigas UNDER THE DIAMOND THE French Auxilary Schooner J PING FR Ss, Lh ay An ILLS and of
Bt A, BARNES & Co, Ltd.) 1 |a very good quality ‘double width at HAMMER Anta i? Benger ia R
14.$1--¢.2.0. | £25 yard wholesellers get usual discount.) —- areenage a we 1, o
o LT Vicit Kirpalani, 52 ‘Swan ‘Steet : I have been instructed by the Tele- 3 gill poe ah ore pelt, ADEty THE CHILDREN WILL BE DELIGHTED
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 31'12.81—1n.| phone “Company to ‘sell at. their yard | mupecesety anne

THE WEST INDIES.



James Street on Friday 2ist December

4b. Steamihip Co. AT OUR TOY TOWN.

qu-nnneoaigalianartiammnnragmts
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LECTURESHIP IN CHEMICAL BRACELETS AND IDENTIFICATION] at 1 o'clock, the following :— Several
PATHOLOGY DISCS. in various styles and design, 4{ 16 ft lengths’ of large sized railway iron, LIQUOR LICENSE N CE ee
APPLICATIONS are invited for the] real gift for Christmas. Shop now, and] several lengths of medium sized rail-) The application of Evans Greenidge cnet abeeaandaeneaesaeaae : enn a;

and Aileen Burke, trading as Evans
Greenidge and Aileen Burke & Co., of
Horse Hill, St. Joseph, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at

st of Senior Lecturer or Lecturer in J avoid disappointment. Wm. D, Richards} way iron, a collection of scrap lead,
the Department of Pathology, ‘The duties | & Son, McGregor Street. 20.42. 51—2n several 2 gallon fare, a pollection of old
of the t will inelud chemical }* —— nr | telephone boxes, jot of cable drums, a
a * uni ‘CURTAIN LACE & CRETTONES: You| collection of galvanize and other wire,










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, ni sit: u
as ge ie ue oe ane 1) | must see our wide range on Sale ‘| a large collection of scrap metal, eeeare:| to Sard and. shingle shop With shed| A STEAMER Sails 14th December— arrives Barbados 25th December, 1951. NOTICE
chemical pathology of students working TEOND br og ¥ pee blow torches, one old water pump, and| attached situated at Siree Fan, + G8) Phe edie eeenecheedeacalcnogeeencnihonnntiennnteniteiting < a ane seaies
tt 4 : — Just arrived, ©] other items. Joseph.
fr the miedital dogrete of the Vor those | chipment of Diamond Rings in Gold and TEP this 14th day of December, 1981. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
with medical qualifieations) is £1,200 x 50 Platinum to be sold at reasonable prices. D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer. To the Police Magistrate, Dist. “FP ©, “EMPIRE PATRAI" sails 9th Dec, —Arrives B’dos 28 December
we 1,600 for Senior Lecturer and. £8004 W™. D. Richards & Son, McGregor Street 13,12. 51—5n Signed: AILSEN oneal A STEAMER sails 19th Dee.—Arrives B’dos 4th January ‘ : PARTS
p . al f cani.| .. a idee
= $0~£1,20 for Lecturer: the point of 2018 S128 | |, nig application will be cOneiG- ———_—___—_——-_-—rr The public are hereby notified that our
entry in the scale is determined bs \ - — { y € 2
mate Sine na a” atin ore ERR orgs | PURPLIC N@TICES [sic cers” Maat | vovrmocw ——OANADIAN GHBNIOE DEPARTMENT will be elosed from Saturday mid-day
with a medical degree are preferred but ; : : :
appliertions are invited trom ngp- | ipttst, designe, Peopre, yours Sey eon, the son day of December, 1961, at Hi wines oii leie waite aati Peeonr 22nd December and will reopen on Wednesday morn-
medical graduates. hal allowance is - ” . ’ ae? » R, Montreal Halifax Barbados * 9 : s :
Eves eration a under — ——_—__—_— nee Applicati NOTICE Ag, Police A hee S.8. “ALCOA POINTER” 26th Nov. 51 28th Nov. 91 ath Dec. 51 g ing, January 2nd, 1952. The purpose of this closing is
allowance. Superannuation is under = pplications are invited for the part- t 5i—1 s.8. “ALCOA ASUS” _ 14th Dec. 51 2th Dee, 51
F.S.8,U. arrangements. Unfurnished ac- HOT SHIRTS: eee eee nae time post of Secretary and Treasurer of 12 $.S. “ALCOA peoagen” me 28th Dec. 51 8th Jany. 52 | for our
chmmodation is available at a rent of 5% and many other en rte for the Lodge School. “A” STEAMER ue z, pm llth Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52 >



"S show
of basic salary. Applications (twelve Holiday and Sport. Let THANI
copies) giving full particulars of quali- them to you 15.12.51—t fn.

k hi | ———————— rn
ee outa "aE recor ode F poe ‘0.2 | INDIAN LEATHER SANDALS in lovely
by the Secretary, Senate Committee on new designs Treat yourself to one at

‘| THANT'S, Pr William Henry Street
Higher Bducation in the Colonies, Renate My is bic4fn;

Salary $50 per month.

Applications will be received py the
Headmaster of the Lodge School up to
and including January Sth, 1952.

19,12.51—5n.

fOBERT THOM Lp, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE. ANNUAL STOCK TAKING
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE °































































House, University of London, ‘ NOTICE *.
. —<—<$<$—— — —_——_—_—————.
Balances SOS ESS | Gee OO as |e a ROYAL “NETHERLANDS | ‘ FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD
ras fy OUTS now. John D. Taylor & Sons Ltd..| office will be CLOSED TO BUSINESS on % .
; Roebuck Street. Dial 3740. Saturday the 22nd, and Monday the 24th STEAMSHIP co.
NOTICE 21 12,51—1n. | December, 1951. . oe
The Estate of ————— COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. ors ND Oe eee ee, 1961. Ne =
AUBREY FIRE ALLAN BIBMOP | | Orie your nome Wook preity.” wide cscs are OLD and NE aa mene, Ste Des 100) Cie Gle Transatlantique
NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN that allfsi4s yard, visit early. Kirpalani, 52 NOTICE Christmas dishes are cooked easier when | sAtiNa TO PLYMOUTH ‘AND ja

persons havin# any debt or claim against] Swan Street. 21.12:51—1n hte ba yo, Raa AMaTREDAM eatthies a a ton
the Estate of Aubrey Fitz Allan Bishop | esse-weeeewemmermn—a a | E HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons mae VEU abe Waeeet woalhe M.S. Willemstad ist Jan., 1062 e thamp
wwho died in this Pland on the 251) OIL CLOTH & CONGOLEUM in Beauti- yo 00! SAILING TO. PARAMARIHO AND and France

duly qualified to vote at the election of
Vestrymen for this parish, thar @ have
appointed the Vestiy Room, over the

> — *
Dispensary, St. Joseph as the place where
all such persons moy meet on MONDAY, 0 0
the 7th da: of Jonuary, 1952, between





Sune 1951, are hereby required to sen] ful designs at THANE BROS,, Pr. Wm
particulars of their claims duly attested | Hiny. & Swan Streets. 18.12.51-—1n
to the undersigned Barclays Bank —————————
‘Dominion Colonial and Overseas) the PERFUMES: Chanel No. 5, Joy, Amour

BRITISH GUIANA

M.S. Poseidon 2nd Jan., 1952
SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMA-
RIBO AND BRIT. GUIANA

— Via —
Martinique and Guadeloupe
“COLOMBIE,” 20th Janu- }}!









Are you getiing






auneiter ane of oe wi a Amour, ahs sat soo8 many Tala S.8. Cottica 17th Dec, 1951. ary, 1952.
slecensed, A ne office of the sal an Perfumes Incense Sticks etc. val ie Y + of \ = MS. Bonaire 15th Jan , 1952 “ LOMBIE,” 2 d March
se Proad Street, Bridgetown, on or before| at THANT'S, Pr. Wm. Henry St. Dial the haure vj 0 an): osince Ip ths SAILING TO TRINIDAD’ & CURACAO co at ae Bise r ,
the #rd day of January 1962, after which] 1486 15.12 S1—t.f.n. mE ee rey Pt parish MS. Haarlem 24th Dec., 1951 1952. : uits for Xmas?
date the said Bank shall proceed 00 | eames hy RING MS. Helena 22nd Jan., 1952 “COLOMBIE,” 13th April, ‘
distyIbute the assets of the deceased PIN STRIPE 100% Woollen Tweed Parochial Treasurer. 5. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD. 1952
omong the parties entitled thereto] Navy and Brown. Just a small quantity Si Joseph. | -Bleéding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore Agents P if so make sure

having regard only to such» elaima as} at $10.36 a yd. THANT'S.

it shall then have had notice of, and 15.12.51- 4.f.n

it will not be lisble for the (assets oF

any part thereof 90 distributed to an; RASSINS AND CURRANTS—Notice

person of whose debt or claim it shal } housewives, we can sup) ly Raisins 40c.

not have. notice. per Ib. and Currants hoe. per tbh. C.
And all persons indebted to the saic | Herbert, 55 Tudor Street, City.





Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea,
18.12.5)-—2n. | Trench Méuth or a bad disease which
sooner or later will make your teeth fall
a snd ay SEN Rae eT a a

> ‘rouble. Stop t sease now W!

NOTICE new discovery Amosan. Stops biseging

Wili Polieyholders please note that; gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth a
this Office will not be opened = on lightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee.

PTO

The M.V. “CARIBBEE”
will accept Cargo and Pas-
engers for Dominica. Anti-
gua, Montserrat. Nevis and

South-Bound and Cruise.

Calling at: Trinidad, La
Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
gena, Jamaica.

“COLOMBIE,” 9th January,
















you get the best

















‘estate are reguested to settle thei: 19.12.51—2h MONDAY, 24TH DECEMBER Amosan must make your mouth well and St. Ki Saili Th d 1952 F
indebtedness without delay. ———$—$ $— | Th ae a : : fave your teeth or money back on return t. Kitts. Sailing ursday : i ,
the 3rd day of November, 1951.] “RAISINS AND CURRANTS—Retailed noe jos Mutual Life Assurance | Pye iy ackage. Get Amosan from your| % 20th inst. “COLOMBIE,” 20th Feby.











































































































AWLLAYS BANK (DOMINION f N i. puck . chemist today, 2
PACOLONIAL & OVERSEAS) Joba 'D. Erion, & Sone Te Per in C. K. BROWNE, The guarantes * aden euiaameies 1 Yes Folks, they‘’re not only
By its Attorney po ok MAE ern clan a RO eer... for Pyorrh fens Ziath The es C.L.M. TAN- a BIE,” 2nd April, t b
R. B. McKENZIE. SUN GLASSES—American type Sun vhs “for orrhea—Treach Mow NIS” will accept Cargo and . hee Bes the ea
, 2.11.51—4n. | Glasses with case $2.40 a pair only at —- Passengers for Grenada. Accepting Passengers — if ust ch pest
men | — tf. 3
NOTICE Cenc merece or en Sailing Monday 17th inst. Cargo — Mail.
STRAW MATS: Fancy Bedroom Straw f stts ;
ope set Packie Mats, lovely designs $1.84, Visit Thapi A Waterman’s BW. SeQOER OWNERS R. M. JONES & Co. Delicious - - -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all} Bros, Dial 9466. 10.13, 51--tf.n. Tele. 4047 Ltd.—Agents. MARIE AND SHOR TS
paren having oy debt - sens eb TINS—Most suitable for tinsmith work ; : ( T CAKE BISCUI
or affecting the Estate of Clement Denny ft ego . EE OPI | CR 20 fy Pa ROL nh Ratan ae at ail ae tae ace ae | Sa a —— —on
late of Speneer’s Gap, in the City o! at 1/- each, Apply ‘BICO’, Bay Pres SS ——— ly 54¢ per 1b.
Bridgetown in this Island, Longshoreman, a B:
no died tw this stand on the 2h dey )GNAPDRAGON SERDUINGS ot Fon ROBERT THOM LIMITED
send in thair claims, duly attested, tc] Per pound, Telephone 2533. PLANTATIONS BUILDING, S
feet updraianed Vator, Rg a1.a291—tn, or Unlue ahenoaiges- ig rn Sd ata lati SHIRLEY AND GRAHAM CRACKER BISCUITS
enne! ary ora, ee ue :
Owners's Association, Spry Street in the seater pong Boge heed ‘Trans-Canada Airlines, B.0.A.C. and B.W.1.A. only 46¢ per Tb.
City of Bridgetown, on oF beformich: dat | °° one. From THANE BROS, Dial 3466 ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
I shall proceed tq distribute ae asset 18.12.51—tf.n Telephone No. 4466
of the said estate among the partie i — $<
sous Peseto raving veers, ta gp ENT {| —— = a = = = = SS WIBIX SODA CRACKERS.
debts An ims only of wi sha: 1A ( . ¥ . ‘ :
then have had notice and ha FOK R mM If it is anything you need for the Kitchen and you havn't —only 36¢ per Tb.
not be Hable tor asset bo, duatebuted t dom it Wot. drop in and make your last minute selection
any person of, whose ebt or claim | m cea
shai! not have had notice at the time HOUSES rom us, We have a lovely assortment of OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE
of such distribution. ——— KITC P :
And all persons indebted to the sac CARBURY—At Worthing. Furnished, HEN WARE
{ estate nee Pe perc to settle thet Sirrenions beds, frigidaire. Best co ’
aegounts W . y. * *
Gated hie Toth day of November 1961 ing, nice white sandy beach. with or CENTRAL EMPORIUM BUY THEM T0-DAY
ERONA G . Worthing. Dial 8133. 20,12.51—3n °
ualified Executrix of the Estate of eS Are you thinkin Corner Broad & Tudor Streets
lement Denriy deca. 21.11.51—3» | FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET ON i & of a very x
—————— eee | iE BEACH. Suitable for a lady. Atl pec! git, . | toe — SSS
R l tose pitobag. nie arg ete. very special? someone
ne other Eng! y in ouse. ?
For esults.. - Phone 8652. 19,12. 51—3n
Dt eee
2
re se MODERN BUNGALOW, Kew Road, apprecia'
Ad rts in the ‘ear Pilgrim Holiness Church, open ted. WATERMAN ’S
Verandah, Drawing, Dining, 3 Bedrooms complete range of be.
Advocate with Wash Basins, W.C. and Bath, water eden autiful,
ind electric light, both are newly built Styles... their wid
vall houses. Apply to RR. Archer choice of indi o
vidual 14-carat

MeKenzie, Victoria Street.

18,12 51—3n gold points—plus the waht
‘orld-

famea WATERMAN’S crafts-
—ocl” are your guar-
pe of the perfect gift. And

ember, a WATERMAN’S is
always priced right!

NOTICE

e
This is to notify our cus-

tomers and friends that for

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OFFICES—Top floor 41 Tudor St, Dial
$238, 18.12,51—4n



Be i lalesanane a
ROOM—One large cool room furnished
cunning water with or without meals,
valking distance to Yacht Club or City,

Dial 3356, Woodside Gardens.
19.12. 51—t.f n.

HAGGATTS

TT
“WHITESAINDS"” St Lawrence Coast



Gale convenience we will be fully furnished from January for partic ROUP
: remaining open until 4 p.m. ulars phone 8222. e Maloney : G

> — xwe

\ on ‘Saturday 22nd Decem~- 21,12.51-—2n THE

; ver, 19815 ;

ESC SLE CEEOL

Offers will be considered for the purehage :
above group, consisting of H ts the
following Maten — ws Frctory

TRUQKS
FOR

YOU!

| e

i BROADWAY DRESS aA al
SHOPPE
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. .. 305 7113
Greenland & Overhill approx, .. 324 644
Bawden & River approx. ....... 266 521
Friendship approx. ...,,..ss+ee 115 211

BROAD STREET

— en
NEW GOODS OPENING PBVERY
DAY:

Beautiful Assortment of Gifts in
large envelopes with Christmas
Cards, Bridge Gift Sets, Comb
and Brush Sets. Electric Reading
Lamps, Perfumery and Soaps.
China Ornaments, Glass Water
Jugs. Engineering and Saw Files

—all kinds.
JOHUNSON'S STATIONERY

and
HARDWARE.



DIAMOND.RINGS

Haggatts Factory has been extensively moder

and is mavere to produce fancy molasses as w
uw

as
D.C. sugar. ing the 1951
4,352 tons of meee The begs regions a the $52 prop

have been secured.

2$19S99990999999FS9S990%
E NEWS FLASH



e

Outstanding features - - -

OVERALL LENGTH—29' 1042”
CONTROL—Full forward control.
GEARBOX—Four speed.

ENGINE—Four cylinder o.h.v. engine devel-
oping 165 Ibs/ft. torque at 1400







S Thanks to Hlectors of &
St. Joseph

|




~ general public, our

LIQUOR DEPARTMENT

The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following tena tee.
vester tractors :—

.

1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.





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i |
Wilrose, j y i 1—WD9, 1—Farmall H.
blasts: dies % me rs bs WILL BE OPEN a cae : Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoiler
‘. ore baa Te " 7 : uh BRAKES—Girling two leading shoe, lock- A ploughs, bia :
eminds. ec. 17, 1951. —d “id
See our selection before . heed operated. ae eee rushbreaker plough.

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

Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules.

I beg to thank through this
medium all of those Electors
of the Parish of St. Joseph
who have given me their
support on Dec, 13th when I
offered myself as a candidate
for the General Assembly.

choosing yours.
Is De Lima for Diamonds

Y. De LIMA.
& CO. LTD,
20 Broad Stree

ALL DAY SATURDAY

22nd, DECEMBER 1951
*

GROUND CLEARANCE—9'2”
On display at

BARBADOS AGENCIES LTD.

Phone 4908

For the convenience of our Customers and the








Further details and..onditions of sale may be
obtained from,





Yours

WILFRED R. COWARD.
20.32,51—2n.

HANSCHELL, LARSEN & CO., LTD.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL



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

POSSESS















NOTICE "7



36 Oe a - .
LLLP PPFFFP PPPOE PFE.



T A A We. will be closing -half-
WHETHER YOu - RE dayvor Thursday 20th and
emaining open until 4 p.m,
t n Saturday 22nd Detem-
ber Will our friends and
| customers kindly make ar-

ia, rangements accordingly.

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STUART & SAMPSON
(1938) LTD.

Headquarters for Best Rum

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FRIDAY; DECEMBER 21, 1951
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BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES

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CLYDE WALCOTT OUT: Gonservation Of —— i)
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4 Vi y PLAY “ol re) Ince Ss This is to notify our cus- i}
GUILLEN MA Major Problem tomers and friends that for i)
From HAROLD DALE ; their convenience we, the }}) 4
MELBOURNE, Dec. 20. IN AGRICULTURE niidermintlanlek ak ‘eed y Ohare, % TONES UP DIGESTION
The West Indians have come to their critical Third Test The immediate agricultural maining oper until 4 p.m i oo - and to think—an hour ago she was ; ENRICH ES THE BLOOD
in the most unpromising circumstances imaginable—with problem in St. Vincent is the con- ; d ed. ith indi + ns | *
a long record of defeat and with a crop of injuries: yet servation of soil, Mr. H. S./})} on Saturday 22nd Decem- | oubl -up Wi indigestion!
there is still within them the possibility of victory. Seocieiatsiams so hericulture vid ber, 1951.

%& RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
*% BUILDS UP THE BODY

Gastric discomfort is often caused by to@ much acid. ‘Dolsa’ rapidly
In an odd but understandable way Australian cricket ‘Mf jiivocate yesterday. ent |i} ¥- de LIMA & CO., LTD. neutralizes the excess and exerts a soothing effect on the stomach walls.

crowds have taken the view that the islanders must be have devoted a larger proportion ALFONSO B. de LIMA & Dolsa is conveniently made up in measured doses, each hygienically
given a chance since no team could really be as bad as of their time to this work”, he



they have made themselves appear said, and added that “over the co., LTD. contained in handy transparent envelopes. One dose after meals is
’ . : past six years, have established usually sufficient, Easy and palatable to take, its soothing, corrective
To West Indians this match at anti erosion measures which . x



action gives rapid and maximum relief.

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RESTORES DIGESTION



@over over one fifth of the arable
acreage in the island

“In common with other West
Indian islands, we are making
every effort to encourage the in-
creased production of cash and
food crops and livestock. Several
agricultural Credit Societies func-

Adelaide will retrieve or finally
shatter the fortunes of the tour,
And it will do the same for num-
erous individual reputations—Rae,
Stollmeyer and Worrell among
others have now to achieve or face
Pivion as Test cricketers It
seems incredible that such recent-








Indigestion
Dyspepsia
Heartburn

Acid juices fromglands in your stom- Flatulence

ly bright fame should be so quick- tion and these provide the peasant - walls are Gee 2 Senne Palpitation
ly dimmed—one can almost sus- with capital which permits him to ay tn0 sa ® oe ao Gastric acidit
, an alm su fort. Acidity itself often accompanies y

purehase livestock or artificial fer-
tilisers

He said that fertilisers are im-
ported by the Cotton Ginnery and

pect the existence of 2 mysterious
“factor’"—a germ, a sprite or a
Gremlin that has thrown the team
and players completely off thejr

eryous strain, overwork worry or a
preponderance of carbohydrate in
your diet. Over neutralization or

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Ww Suny S ia i ter 55 ust rise — the . 1 ins ae at ohe dg wr pee Mie pea
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what it is thot has reduce the animals stationed there are well For Ladies and Gerts at Water: ase finely divided powder itis
cenquerors of England to » mple made use of. Prices to suit all Pockets thereby quickly dispersable over the
victims for every state ive in inflamed stomach mugosa, Sedative
Australia Arrewreot Crop and and mildly astringent in its action, ir
ispalatable and soothing. But if pain |
Valentine Injured “St. Vincent’s arrowroot crop is 10% discount on all Watehes persists, see (he dagtor at once. 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK |

expected to yield about 43,000
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Meanwhile a omewhat de-
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victory dies hard—-has to contend
with the fact that now Valentine

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Guillen as wicketkeeper. price negotiations, several estate | 1% Special

Everton Weekes has a torn thigh
muscle which he says is not com-
pletely well. He too will play, but
the team selection will be fairly
complicated. Personally, I would
choose Marshall in clear prefer-
ence to Rzge. Marshall could not
bat worse: he could certainly bat
better—he has the only century so
far scored—and he is useful as a — _ »-inausgure peting at Hastings
change bowler besides Wing a fine CLYDE WALCOTT Besant te Beitith ‘Caribbetn

field.. Stollmeyer may press for . aa 7
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the retention of his old partner Technical Advisory Council on

preprietors have slightly reduced | x
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is expected on account of more x*
and the increased use of artificial
Windward Islands delegates at
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; , Agriculture, Animal Health and >
but it will be the confession of © ~ eal Win eta Peart >
Weakness if at opens at Adee AUS Pour ties: ':>sary, rorestey ana Fisher FRIDAY 21st
laide. , }

Pace Bowlers @ from page 1 , ce als 6.30 p.m.

After Trim’s success at Perth Christmas Tree with the beautiful T’DAD FOOTBALLERS

Australian cricket writers have fen wee it, it filled LOSE TO BASSETERRE { LAST FLUTTER OF

been busy pointing out that pace “I am wondering what is going 1951

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Trim. I wonder? If this be so, When Mr. Beckles is no longer PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 20. :
Australia has made a huge blund- @ble_to carry on, I however pray The wae eng ee oe SHS Se RON: Ge Weaken OF:
er—they have four pace bowlers ‘to God to give him health and playing in Guadeloupe went under















in their team, Which brings us to Strength so that he would be able P a by a oral ie Mossadegh Flutter, but a . e ‘
their other problem—they have to carry on his good work. When ia The % ‘a ake 8 thrilling small harmless Barbados
only one opening batsman, Has- the time has come for him to fete Wi aitatioee cae their , ' - ' .
sett may have to take the job sive up I hope that same christian ae eect ‘ain route Flutter. You can be sure of a
himself which means a propor- Spirt which has filled him with “7S) Maten fas 5 sf 508/TRO
tionate weakening of the batting ae be passed on to his There will be two call Portfect sit by
down the list. It all helps and the assistants.”
West. Indies need all the help they He told the children “You WHAT'S ON TODAY overs, one before and after T. GEDDES GRANT LTD. Agents
can get, but chiefly they can_help must pray to God that his life Court of Ordinary (Before 2 ria le i eT D s
themselves. They can still win and be spared; that health and strength the business of "nis Court dinner on the Ist day’s rac- ‘ . + ” . & an
perhaps this time they will re- be his and that all his workers begins the Hon'ble Mr. C. || ing of the T.T.C. Christmas att
spond to the knowledge that it is be filled with the same zeal he Wylie. Attorney General |! age . “T in Tailoring”
positively vital that they should. has.” of the island will be intro- i Meeting due to be held on opscorers in Tailoring | SUGGE ]
Mr, Symmonds asked for “three duced: to the local har)— | Pr. Wm. Henry Street

10.00 a.m. Boxing Day.

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Mobile Cinema Show at
the Lazaretto, Black Rock
—7.30 p.m.

He wished Mr, Beckles, his
De Courcey Bailey, playing for assistants and the children a ‘very

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. Hi ~ 93 Beckles, Mrs, Wharton, the Matron Court of Appeal—10.00 a.m.
Bailey its cha tank Police Courts—10.00 a.m.
Invincible XI vs. R. A, Jackson’s happy Christmas and a most ‘Giinaih ik 7
XI at Hothersal on Sunday last healthy and happy New Year.” Waemsale mares’ Chek Your chance for something otherwise unobtainable SHIRTS
was very unfortunate, when he TO end the function Mr, Beckies Church—8.00 p.m. -
was run out for a brilliant 98 called on the children to sing . arr ’ BY
runs scored in 92 minutes of a “God Save The King.” Sunrise: 6.02 a.m. ENGLISH TWEED SUITS /
total of 171 runs. The decision ; Sunset: 5.39 p.m. CONSOLATE—VAN HEUSEN —ELITE.
drew many comments, mainly be- Police Party Moon; Last Quarter, De-
cause Bailey was last out cember 21 '

Later in the evening & Christ-
Bowling for Jackson's elevin mas Party was held at St, Cecilia Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

Carl Sealey took five for 44 Barracks, Passage Road, by the | High Tide: 9.44 am. 9.51 Readymade English high class light

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16 overs with his left arm spin- Police for children of Policemen p.m. ie - ;
ners. When Jackson’s XI first This was the third Children’s Lew Tide; 4.00 am., 3.55 Tweed Suits. Two-piece and 3-piece, |
innings was begun 40 minutes be- Party to be held by the Police. p.m,

fore end of play, R, Thompsc: ;

and F. Taitt taced the bowling of Wives of members of the Force
Cc. A. Jackson and Bailey. ‘(wo peariee oe tables the Bar-
wickets fell in about 20 minute; tek rooms for the children, Each
for 17 runs before C. Sealey pari- table was laid with — sweets, YESTERDAY’S
nered B, Springer who wae 13 drinks and cakes, While the chil-

not out. Sealey with an injury io Gren ate, the parents sat on the WEATHER REPORT

his hand could not get much pow- lawn listening to the music of

single and double-breasted styles. Pin

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Stripe and Herringbone designs. This
material is unobtainable by the yard in

the island and a Tailor-made suit of this

BELTS AND SUSPENDERS

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{ nature would cost anything over $100.00.
Pete). Rosine Sirek’ feline dees mene irs “Just The Rainfall: Nil y g BY
ay You Are,” “All My Life,’ Total Rainfall for Month to
Scores up to the end of las! “Jingle Bells,” “Tennessee date; 2.14 ins, ELDONIAN — ZYX — CRAFTON. }

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Suit from 72" to G67"

Sunday’s play are: Invincible 171; Walta” “Kitch,” “Food From The Highest Temperature: 83.5 °V
Bailey 98, Nichols 34, Powell 28: West Indies” and many other | Lowest Temperature; 71.5 °F



Clifford Jackson has taken 2 tained by Mrs, A. L, Staurt and wees tee 29.993
for 26 for Invincible in R. A. some of her “Revuedeville” p.m.) 29.
Jackson’s XI innings of 39 for 2. Troupe.

C. Sealey 5 for 44, B. Springe: Popular tunes, ‘ Wind Velocity 12 miles per AT i)
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liairfralwj ESTABLISHED 1895 KKIIlAY I" : Churchill Is Shifting British Foreign Policies To Please U.S. < IIIIISI >1 AS I III III U.K. WILL TRY TO RAY U.S. DEBTS ON TIME By l.YI.K ( WILSON WASHINGTON D* I'time Minister Winston Churchill is shifting Cf*T*Ujn poIlciM around slightly to please lh United especially he wants to pie— %  thf United Oaanaaa, mure details must bo revealed before it can be known how far the British Government actually has made concessions to United States public opinion and to Truman's own political problems. But u pohc> ihitt detimlely is unoet way, f : example the British announced recently they would not nsk jMistponement .f debt payvnenti due to the United States ut too end of the vf money hum the U\S without strings. The Marshall Plan rule was that policy pressure on thON getting aid would be offensive and furthei might defeat Ihe purpose for which the aid was eivet CONDITIONS FOR AID It looks like that is about to change;, A treat many Congressmen visited Europe this year Many of them have returned determined to put strings on relief funds and pressure on aided Governments to i et beitei overall results. rhe,ivisO_ois \anos|y vi-i. shoe keel by the lag inv KurnpeV mihtar\. politic":! T ;.nd economic unineation. A delegation of St n Congreaaman who listened last month to all the talk in the Assembly of the Council of Europe at Strasbourg made a formal protest that Americans expressed "deep regret that more realistic progress ha* not been made toward a European union." That b a sample of the temper of Congress which comes back to Washington January 8 Churchill can sniff the odour of political trouble from afar. His nose tells him that trouble is coming when Congress next debates foreign aid. —UP. Trea I Prison ers List Sceptically PRESIDENT TRUMAN URGES WASHINGTON. Dec 20. The United States Defence Department hoped to complete today the heartache list of 3.1 (W U S servicemen reported by Communists as. prisoners of war in Korea. Pentagon officials cautioned anew that they did not consider the list supplied by the Reds as trustworthy. Truman yesterday uiged the loved ones of missing U S sstvSooman to "tree.! this list with scepticism" because the U.S. has no way cf determining how true or false" It Thp names of personnel <>ii in. Research Considered At Agriculture Talks THE MEETING of the British Cartbbe Agriculture. Animal Health and HusbandFisheries which ha* been in session at lls Ui '! tut Barbados, under the chairmanship of Mr A. de K Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to the Comptroller la IVvflopment and Welfare, ended its deliberatti" vcrtcrd.iy A '' %  | ibJrcU il i wssed was tinOrgan I %  %  %  'the bedinformation mid nuterial bet MI* Animal husbai %  %  Early Closing Of Shops At Christmas ON the ll-Clll |„jr Of ,f.. Icrdai's Ksur Ihrrr apprarc.' i inn-. Id m milt-, |hr BBBM Uan "No llalf-halldnta ,n Daeeasaes* 1 Alrnllnn U irawa l KSS fai thai in* raeaM inrni inin in Mi. Shop* Art |4J provide* thai it shall i>< lawful for a shop to be opened tor Im-iii.-., jii.r the i.mil' It la M nun. it to I" closed on the early riot In c di Immrdlilel* prceedliu tJl" Sunday and \nu> Da* respectively." Furthei *uch < hup hrpt open under the above pro visI--I-ahall be closed not lalrr 'ran Ihe hour prearrlbe.i for an ordlnar) cl>liig day. I'> i in'.--inn lu open (t bualneaa K ronlinrd ONLY in thf period or seven days Immediately in. i i ilnu \ in i Pay %  mi l i.i.-i Sunday. Montgomery Likely To Be Uulava Hili ComnliHHioner LONDON. Dee 20 An unconfirmed report said Field Martha! Viscount MmlKKinor) will be ottered the post of %  lush Commissioner of Matava. There ha* heen w> oftVml 1011rlnutton of repdni ayhlsij havi been cunent cvci DCS wll loi Churchill heramc Prime Minister %  gain War office loum •fa is %  nothing In il Churehlll'l Colonial MinWrer Olleei t.yttalton is dui* back bare on Friday after a thorough on the %pot lurvey of the Malayan situation Montsomerv la now i-hlef deputy to Oencral Dwlsht Ei*cn%  '.minandeT-ln-rhirf of the AtlanUc Pact Forces In BurOBt It has .IIA %  % %  1 I of Sll \ r K to *>. '1*1 cBiiduliite and annthei American took F.i'i'iihnwcr's place MontKOmctv would lie mnved out of the letup, London reporti oj) MonlKoin^rv said if the |ob In Malaya in offered (0 ?.tonl.v" it would give htm aUthorit] over mililar\ %  nd civil %  drninWUaUon a al | rae OaswcH tan iii-.u-.-.i ti qurallon ol htchrr .iiritulln educalloai and lro*ed ll BSceasHl tr Rnallrlni; arrant 1, inn.lfor oil. tim. j ileir couop III .mtiullut. \e*tx sn*l HTII ARM) H 1 \ 61 \rj \no\ OF PRISONERS riSShlllll Talk* Th* HI -iinr frethwnii r atreand attention . %  drown ko ri BBStena on I %  herm win. ti taksi pises nexi %  prlns undei .1 Sl lS PJcei <>( the Ciinhbeon Com mlMlon. The nee-l t..i training 1 1 in' 1 'i' 1 %  view wai held ... %  Ml UM Furin Instil • irtbbeo which slioulii shurtlv %  in in l %  meng other mallerv pot Lilt nnri land scttlcniont. the i 1 aIIICllllll.il .'1.1 mlUea in %  si urins qua! laBd gpo lot 1 %  r Oi %  %  .\,i 1 iHuie The detalli'ii rocoinn.i T the Count 11 wQI the Consptrottei i"i ti on to tiir Oovernnvsnti sd an %  Ion MM I A Envoj Hits M \ ishinnkyM SJMM'CII BAH IS, Dec. 20. TinUntied Mnh.nl MansfWrld, iharply ertU... %  %  . %  OVtSt ForeiBB Mun-lci Andi" Y VUhlnakv m Which U lor cicprooaed tlv h<-i>e that tu|u Ajnartcens held i Hungary would lie in// S W ill fcviMhri €J,&. ft ill r/x[Hn ,,„,,,( fanciful fear of "splSI Synthftir Rubber WASHINGTON. Det. 2<> li't of all tterv: I ceiaod by the Pentagon i %  cmrers and 232 civilian employee* working around ihe clock, supplyIng home addresses jnd next of kin. At 7.00 am. today, about 3.000 names had been made pubi telegrnc. • A Hitter Cd S llf Sl The total of 3.1B8 r. lied by the Onunuim: liter onlraul in the 11.031 Amerrepotl i Defence Department as officiall) missing in action. The Pefonce Department tot || tin Airmen. 284 Marine-, and t: Navj men. Ihe Communist 1 Marines. 8 Navy men. and 76 A i sonnet. Notifications ;.: %  i.f km ..s rapuUl ;is v.. | checks the Communist list against met turned over i"' the Beds are II Press, Television and Radio. An Army spokesman said that u few men on the Mat have been %  vu-tion Allied Hc:wlnuartcr* In Tokyo were a*k*-d to .•s ai once. Con i officers were MM %  > not %  next of k.n of thew There was nothing but .Head for the Ii %  Rlv*fl ones of the more than Tfloti A i Tonguo M missing hut who Hivei Hid UW1 Usrn up on Uw Coraanunui burning sw-ro..; %  %  knowi' I Ouard cutters, HH fu>ed %  l and The H'hlir Hu-ii oss with their pi I several ('Hint StaSome of the unrep...'. may have been killed i their bodie. not found. OtherI That there we tieon that hi %  %  %  %  %  % %  %  %  Christina Presents • ' %  ANTKU'A. Dec. 20 i %  rung Ani a ssrab h d si vs %  ions and thiouglmnt tl | pite ot >i i > quiet II' 8.000 pel Oil day undei Iho fM tntroduemg adull %  %  %  %  %  lira in future, a Cur Won By Ticket X1604 W.I.ToHolnfomHdOf Issues Iii (ominous Relating To llritish ijtirihhv.in Preen fur Own CoiTeeneakshtel LONDON, Dec. 20. The V. I'll nf all United Ktngdon Pai I t,. them Indies Si mittaaanda Rroup, sal up amottg Conaai vativi i outaitte the Hi the Brttish Caribbean 1 the forSTALES KS 72 TOD \ > M. %  t IVaWI 1 %  %  %  in Immigrant Hangs lUrsvtj %  h on Curt %  'espionage esjulpraanl al ins Ar C.4T I DW in Hun. rd tMoi.ghout the I ruo.lL %  u * ,h# US An f->ii e. %  however. Illegalh .iiilhoilties arc still boldlug them Wc do no* know whether these authurttlos are Hungarian or Soviet. Out dtfptomoU 1 %  1 . been denied all access t>. ttlOM men. and have bSS lO iceeive satlsfactort anawers U. nqulnes The issue actual''-befoie IbS Uiuti'-l NationJ Con.mltloc was the uiood Soviet inat*' Uj Iss coanmrlted ssgrestton through the creation of ., special $100,000,000 FUM %  ently paaded M NKW YOHK %  ..... 1 candidate^ namob V C Bud Unlh VlHiama Donald %  %  1 %  %  si j'if 1 %  %  Non %  %  %  %  f n, I 'I.i/ iii. 1 : FMigswtOr Uwmlontfl %  : I I>ec. 20. 1 vsase sod %  fiercely 1 Dttrnlng DaniM. who salm H irst Hirti While Churchill Prepares For Washington Talks 1 t %  %  %  : %  %  I %  %  I %  I %  1 I Me 1 1 M id %  :vsH>of %  %  %  %  1 1 I' %  f .1%  siintlirrs mid Wi >....: %  .1 1. ;.i. .1 I (l.'i ..',..., U*. "•! %  .%  > %  •iiuiiut'cr ie|iieseut ill-. I I 11 Lsvington, M' PToel i*n.l Mr Simon Hl-iomberg 1 i 1 1 %  ,1 trfc %  %  • Wi •1 Hod i" U > West Ii 1 %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  I LOHDO n Churchiil called hi* -iiond Cabinet meeting In two dan todav furthei preparations lei the v/ahington v. 1 Mor tf on De* i mchill and Foreign B> I Sen attended | i i-'tcTday at soon as they returned h t'. Frame at today's meet%  n' unflnisheil BUSai l he Oovernmonl i pai %  which n Tie %  A l,,Kr I.K.SK;\S SIC; v u IVvCT PODAi rieai •> %  > 0*a fairinaaSiall I V. I Ihe first signature OB fl on behalf of Britain 1 natures mgotlatm The Ad] menl will noously in l %  on or about January 1 It Of the W Commn. On German Polls Appro* <'


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11.111 \\ rn IM-,1 nMWADOS ADVOCATi: I'M.I -lll.S HENRY FLINT OF TH€ FLYING SQUAD . BY ALAN STRANKS & GEORGE DAVIES BLONDIF y/s m 1 BY CHIC YOUNG THE LONE RANGER BY FRANK STRIKER JOHNNY HAZARD BY FRANK ROBBINS BRINGING UP FATHER %  —, %  %  MCXJC AjO-* /| I BUT% % %  >.-• • .AVGT m&HT (jvw TO Kj v..-.%  % %  %  ,_——.— M • RIP KIRBY BY GEORGE MC. MANUS 1 iO VE tJOW VWXJUO VCU MajO THUJN i" MC WMA1 "*NT AT TV4S CWUO| BY ALEX RAYMOND WHETHER YOU ARE A LARGE USER OR A JREDROSE [ 1 A iTSO' SMALL USER YOU DESIRE THE BEST TEA SO USE RED ROSE TEA IT IS GOOD TEA. MI i n i be cloainc halfiuir-dj 30th and "T-ri until p.m. My 22mi Dctemv. CUntotner. kfada] : .ii,^. %  '! %  :.: ui I ml.nli J STIART & SAMPSON ? (19381 [D. I; HMiBMlMn fur Bnt Rum $ W ha\r iilht ^ Recefrad !..iH nil* ruMius %  Hi 4 rr. tracket* %  I'rata, P —h w and I'Ltteapatr-i >uupa .. Saaaagea ( offre Shell Almond* < Retail, rfcia. Mu. i i %  : lUKin* Curranta, I'ruiiei & Mixed Peel I'ahlr .Mile* Jam.*. Table Butter Tina Orange. GrapeOaiit. O. A O. r. Joke* luncheon Berf. Roaal Beef Tea (pkg. Upton a. IlorniMMii Typhoo, Red Rn*ei Carva (Fry'a. Peter*. Roum Tree*) Brighten Up For Xmas Wo have a wide tango ol PAINTS-ENAMELS VARNISHES I. Ill Mlilli Lid. ii i >i ln>i 11 %  %  1* It 11 ROEBUCK MTRKKT. Are now at COLLINS' PERFUMERY I • 4IIl I 1 Orchis, April Violals, Bond Slreal. IISI III III! Tweed, Miracle, Raparlie. Confalli %  HHIItEI. VSI Chanlilly, Quolque Flouts. HIIIINS Hill I. SMMIIS To sharpen appetite there is nothing like Colman's Mustard 4 I 0AR1 V' .• %  > n ntH> "CHRISTMAS GIFTS" SPECIALS SPECIA L offers to all Cash and Credit Customers for Thursday to Saturday only A'I'M'IAI. OH IHS artII ;a iiilnlilr id mir Itmnriir* Trt-didrT S,i, i^i.isii... % %  and S„ .i,i Sii.il Usually N"W MIM'KMKAT lib Jan $.7.1 $ .SI mi IT COCKTAIL (1 mi DATES 37 J3 JACOB'S < II CBAI KKKS Packaur l' .jn MIXII) NUTS (Illi PkfJ VI STOI'T CORONATION WINK -( KITS I.UflU II SUM IU.KH. FBONTINACE rin.li? NOW 1.1(1 .30 144 125 .26 I Ml .27 i.:m I.on 211 BEETS CARROTS per lb. D. V. SCOTT & (Co. Ltd. Broad Street THF PHANTOM BY LEE FALK & RAY MOORF.S P", ; d t& X V ..1 4 an***? iM % ALLEYNE ARTHURS SPECIAL RUM



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PACE TWO R..RBADOS AOVOCATi: FRIDW. 1)1 i I Mill I -I 5I CaJtih QaUitw C HS?. iirw rasnlons the %  TOOOU, .1 a lounge In tfco..-! pott Mr. Fr I u IjiLitypisl of thi v Qk Ltd Sh* la slavina, ;ii Giiien'n Hold Qom rrumnt HIU. Iw re In, so %  Christmas Holiday! I i t it,.Chrurtniu. holiri Mi Ornelrii' i %  -< teacher attached to SI Ma San FetBh> n K by R.W I A. i nd aiatar-ln-law, Mr. ami Mrs. s C. Herbert of Ounalta, BIWDM Hill A B.C. Film A '.mdmji film OB BrUaVB ..ill i %  % %  n;l:i .1 B II o'clock si Showir | Hi .( i%  Charlie C'haplai.i i %  rile, iha Pi r* I no itlm show for rvorning. I I \ll HOI mi-: STA'.I Childrei.'a Christmas Party T it imas Party _,-,. UM hrtrtnm Party given la '•V.ird al the Gen any threat of intcrfi > Russia's internal In a note delivered to Uv Union the State Depar!n "The I'nited Btati ttataa. that fau,t i ferenae m nal a (Tan* conic with singular ill ft a regime which I years consistently support! Versive i%  %  ti e i.' s ad ..-.!.. r natl su .>( UM free world." Moscow complained November 21. that it,. ba uM-.l espionage KCtlVlUei in the 'let Union Bad I lUtiiat 8DUJ plaint* have been voiced in the Paris U.N. meeting by Soviet*. —• B.G.Govt To Probe 1 at discuswed %  i 'IIIR. He also dual propose-. enacting leglslallon similar to ihat %  rbirh aru paaaad hi lespect of destroyed m tlw194"> An, but in order that rehabilit.%  ed a* quickly U po-mble, applications for the arao turn of temporjry buildings Wall ; r rjaall with without d-'-y. EMPIRE TODAY CM A tM -ATIRD\l r I I %  S.M 1'i-turcpraaai ••-i.v.vi urcAsrA" starring PAUL1TT1 GODDARD WILLIAM HISHOP EXTRA LATEST I'.'MI-M MH>R1.S SI NDAY A MONDAY .3e A g.Sa C lufiibia Smashing Dum • I I %  ; %  v. 'i m MAJKlDniTI c H u IN mmjg&njRss anl ##o:/i\ or rur situ HIS SUrring : CHARLES STARRET1 — SMILEY BUHNFII ROYAL J'ca Housing libvu NX| BeeonH ACCI-AIMRD Pnarl Priaaus (30), T.C.A. Departjre* AnMrlca'H rorrmast Nsiro damt %  arfard Annual Bazaar Raffle laet* tbo dinou of faai m the ImUaUw Due-, onu of tiic espra^W it* in het i XPMil Which has Jiwt li.B.C. Radio Programme IHH.I. M M RICHARD nTCHOUJ T'"!''.? 0 Solicitor — —— •— it lav Canada on I '" 1 lei', llii; I. wednaaday, % %  .,;. plagM were Mr. John Misj. Fay |.T. %  tattk and Mi ; Iruiea. TC.A-'s Director of Public Relations. Williams II Home ara Helen w %  by Mrs. ml of I' %  won by Miss %  i Ma, its Dan i%  '.l Km l'r,.r. To^a>' M On Holiday M l^s (iKHAl.hINK 1 INC.. who ha *" D L T r* A m > ' ,, Y ,k ,ot tnc ,l lt !l x 7 ** Back lo (jrenada yearn, arrived in to* tsUnd %  *•* R VICTOR ALLEYNI |...., hj P ernment Stenographei ol A.t %  .. „, Th, NWI %  -.1 ..-: %  -..I T pi.. t'.i..i# H M Dtarr '* — aistai am: ha wo. t p ni KINGSTON Ja. Dec. 20. flat planned i %  • {.rogramme in Jamaic.i i i a builUiiiK ol '• ooo rousing units in the rural ireiis and 3.1HJU on* room unit, ip the i.;b.in Bvaaa, as well as loan aoistance to 4.000 famillM of lower and I in rural and urban ara pair Md reconstruct damaged i". U estii i.itiii •< % %  • •: .' %  M".i holders 'ire expected to help the way with material, and labour, —c.r. ^unyflvr VW/Go '/' 1'rvhm KINGSTON. Jca.. Dec" IV. Honourable \>< i Mini.vtei of Boctal s. M-cted to letum to-da] conference In B e.irly next month for Ceylon t attend the meeting of the Comth's Parliamentary Ass.)cuttion lCP> the bOttdaj She i l his of her fnei .. i ROMW0U1 V t > / i x n %  1 '.' r %  t J U 9 r J_F : i r i i IWrYAVfVI \ COLUMN: 1 0 urrnx tie'*rn BtOpS T (U) <* t iitiriiup! progTeM. (Si turn tt>* diary. (91 ma i> %  yiicoUL.tKi 'i Put. Meh lot mia dortor. f a with. (41 ft Am change trom the n*g:i t Ol 6. Haddle-icirUi. (B) 1. Attaining till* In tb* tins. i*i %  %,* * u %  -" "?, a SMrT?; \e. not Pniub. poslttv*. (> ill ease haa IU polnM. ISI i tnaKi 1 a meat ot ten *ou lUld. (Ji uon ot T-*" • ooMia -**I;I 1!-. Crenodu. left >. • I 1.I..M. TannU return trip to Oranada Mr Alleyne v,ln> b alx Bkonthg* KOII-L.VIIIK here with bil (iimilv for about threo month* %  1 larva ipanl %  ear] i holiday," he lold Carlb iust belot* emlKirkiiiK. Brotheri A MONG Ihe arrival.by T.C.A. /A on sTod n eaday irara Mr, Robin M Auatln Ol Mraam. Robin ^f 1 Austin and Co. Importers. Ex**??* %  Uotdreal JRJ" ''"T" 1 "' ^",n<'lred U 1"1 SiX ."*" ""^ ,h f P"Auatln. Geologist of the Sohii' !*•*"*'' 00 i of Ilegma Sankatebewan. \f u .' proportion of the act iv LONG ODDS ON THE BOOKIES NEW YORK. accompaniad by .II. II.R< bit arlfa. Robin and Oraj Mr. and Mi Mi n rak and ir on g business) tOui ihe West Indies. They w l aaka at home. Hot.m Austin large Irnporti Mol nd lumber N*. II l>-al '".... Da I %  is* %  On Viiit To Parer.ta M RS. TONY DORMUt, lh> rornwi Mai n pd from Barmuda on We.ii %  day by T.c A an routa from Engl.nd on B VtSfl to hi si,.itha dauatatai ot Mr. an i \ir w.iiti-i Marahall ol Apca IIMI with whon Another Arrival M H GILBERT TOPPIN. aon ol Mr. and Mm. L L Tuopm "< Mb Avanua. Belleville ..s .inoUu i an-iviil In T < A on Wcdncsdu\ on •> VUtt lo hi. 'f.irniU total, e-timnted I7.U00 have put down their 50 ions of >,la, s %  "" applied for ofntlnl Atialln rcgUtration. irouan ll 1 ( *• %  appUeatlona, oni> '. ( -'lllt ** ,MV *' "'"' 11 1' v ": : Of ofTlce. Anolher 1.BH4 h.ive been; cant ol tbatl montrU) l;ik'n ,H r.. returned wilh .. request fot fklthe QovoswMnt ler' mformaiioii" (the bookie I,..K Ilka an iinhapm r* business). And 4.2t>t. are NIIII -br. Consternation was caused when tha nmau il Ink rnal Revei iiimounced thut it i s unspotUngly mttifying local police forces KN of Iha Ixwkie^ who n rjatarad And thoae who rU. not legist are twice breaking the law—by not putting their names down and by failing to pny ten per i l must give detail-, of I runners, uents, and place iYear (or the boys in the noisy CHEZ JEAN-PIERRE In Hastings Ops nine} on Sjaiuhdxuf— JwsmJbf-SfWDnd, (b&ytmbsih Pho 4084 bdepeiMMl %  )<•<'. 24 London, Dec 20. I The Foreign Office announce!' tle loimer Italian colony of Lib>. would become independent povomgn s*jto or. December 2-* Libya comprising Cyreiiaim, Ti. i j-clitaiiia and Fezzan was placed' under British and Fiench admin-' ^J of the l aaea Treaty. Britain adrnlnsstarad Cyrenaica ruled b> Emir Soyed Mohammed El Sunasi [ and the French administered FcrI • eign Office said afte-, consultation with the fpsneta Government as admin)terin|t authority in Fezzan and with L'nile.1 kmei 'or Ubya, Britain i i ttka iha necessary -teps in collaboralU.': with the Fre.ich Government to transfer all remaining powers to Ihe Libya] c.vernment on De%  24. — U.P. To-dav only. 4.10 and IS Urpubllr 1 >.. .* I %  •. VILLIAM ELLIOTT in . •CHEYENNE WILDCAT — AND — •EARL CARROL VANITIES '" 4.3S and H 15 In-morrow only. L'mted Artist Double "JUST WILLIAMS LUCK" Starring wnMAM aRAHAM OAHRY MAHSII SLEEPING CAR TRIESTE •• TO oi VMI'H '1 :..... on DALLAS and NAN FORT win: i N toor ANTON—ILL TAKK ON To-da> I^wt 1 Shows 4.30 and • IS Columbia Double . PRESTON FOSTER in "THUNDERHOOF" — AND — SUSAN PETERS. ALEXANDER KNOX in "SIGN OF THE RAM" To-morrow only 4 10 S. H-15 Universal Double — "THE KILLERS" stall-mil BURT LANCASTER AND "SNOWBOUND" It O \ 1 Ta-aay only. 4.30 and 8.15 Universal Double ANN TODD — CLAUDE RAINES — in — •ONE WOMAN'S STOItV — AND — ABBOTT AND COSTELLO I II Mlr.ir.." itiilv 4.30 A 'Hi niversal Double — HOUSE OF FRANKENSTEIN AND "KEEP EM FLYING" "BEWARE OF PITY' MOVE IN TO THE GLOBE XMAS EVE FOR ITSWARNED BROS. Sal PLAZAS rilWIN 1 MARiN Ol'l MMi— Apply at once on insect stings 'DETTOL' TO-I.AV ?30—1.43 A .3 I'.M. and Cmitlnulni l.all. at 1.15 & 8.10 I'.M. FxirriN.; (IIKISIAIVS \.nu\. Suittt'iltiitfi Spvritil For Your IliumPLAIN TAMHIHY in Rose. Blue. Green. Beige, Rust 48 $2.05 2.46 (in i in SIM I MM. 60' $3.06. 70 $3.23 80 $3.77 IM.AID I AIII.IM. 48 $2.04 also A Lovely Assortment oi lAliliv ll IMIIIH.S I. II. EVANS A Will I I II I.IIS Dial 4606 YOUR SHOE STORES Dial 4220 i Jll.lt I liiiftl mmio-lhif/mm On Sale, first time in Barbados Italian Alabaster Ware. 50 Different types of Gifts for Christmas Handpicked Specially for Alphonso de Lima DINE (IIKISr.MAS and la OLD YEAR HMIYIIIrS al I III IIAIIIIUIIIS \OI \lll 4 I.I H IMIMBIBS ONLY; DINNERS will b urv*d In tho Ballroom bslwawn 7 and 9 p.m. on MONDAY. December 24th. TUESDAY. 25t!i. and MONDAY 31l. P.. %  %  : S3.00 VEHY SPECIAL MENUS MEMBERS are rqu*ited to male* RaMrvaUonn not latar than Docombor 22nd lo. MONDAY and TUESDAY, and 29th lo. MONDAY (Old Yoat). DANCING bom 10 p.m. Ull 3 a.m. on MONDAY. Docembcr 24th: and MONDAY. D.cmbar 31 at. TickaU: 2/BALLROOM DECORATIONS Potato Dance, Balloon Dance, and which Prizes will bo given. rVUSIC on December 24lh by C. B. Browne and hip Orchestra: and on December 3lit by Sydney NUei and hU Orchestra. ATTRACTIVE On December 24lh: Spot Waltz, lor -I'll IAI. NOTIOK— NO 3iATi\t:i:s an MOMDA1 :iti A TI KSDAV 2SU. iXmu Du) _. 1A..MV.. SHOWB \s 11SI-A1. AT H.30 P1AZA Raniiulph SCOTT Di FORT WORTH KKtra ~|.c. i.l Iti. (ulor Short "HOM.VVUHHI HONDHRl^SD" HI IAI. NOTICI-: No Maltnrr-. on Monda> 24lh A Taes. 2Mh i\m DaV) 1BT0v.11 A Olslln) MOHT SHOWS AS I SI ,\l. AT H.30 I'.M. SPKCIAI %  iW S.il I, M %  io A130 ii.m. "WILD BKAITV %  \\.l\ 1*1)1 COLLIKK o. Hiltl %  lailr" Kinc ol DoWil.l H..IMA "HI Ml-UN (II Ilw SANT\ PI B T N TODAY 2.30 4.45 & t.,_ Dial 2.1I0. and eonunmng Dally al 4.45 — and 8.30 pji Tevhtiicolor Action! rid HKIAN phylliTHAXTER SPECIAL MIHNITK MoasU) !llh IXin.i Kvri •TROVTIIK I \ And %  KK; i %  ::. lit VII PLi/i-fllMIN Dial -li i Today to Sttl & H.30 p.in tills BAD BOY Uoyd NULAN Audir MURPHY Jam.OUMOON Also Tlu> Cl ristois HKIMMAS DUAM' MIDMITB SAT UND S( REAM In Thr DAKK Robor! 1 OW1 I Willi, YKRNON Wllfa Hill El.I.: %  Rra RMrr in MARSHAL (H RENO" SPECIAL SAT 1 30 I'M .-AN WTONE ASIBi'MI Mnnlar M .'A i mONTO i: IWIMK.M.Ct Allan R.Hky" LANE HIT MONDAY %  OVTCAaTn 01 I TRAII t ABd IIIHW DAKOI \ \* \. Wi Ii Roj Rl rOBlB MIDN1TE SATURDAY (Tomorrow Ifflt) _' Maw Thni:,-i_ %  (il ll \STSOf The TRAIL" Uonta HALE— "DOWN BAKOTA WAY" (in Trucolor) Roy ROGERS Canting FRIDAY -MTII 2.30—4.45 & 8.30 p.m. John WAYNE Roborl RYAiJ In TLTtNG I>:ATHERNECKS" I by Trchnicolor 4.411 |%TH£CAaoeN ST J*.Mf. TODAY lo SUN — H Mai. SUN P.M. YOINU DANIEL BiMlNK scoiorj David dRUC A J-.T.i. OUVBB Cl ..WOODS (ALL Of l.tE KMlMMkl Kirb) 01 ft ( IIINOOK. Thr Wonder Do MIDNIGHT SAT. JlTH KJD From KANSAS" Dick FORANAndy DF\ INK AND %  THE MASKED RIDER" Johnny MACK lltoWN MIONITK SATs | X-T .EM HVM.I LAND' Whi .MI ^(>N 8t Aiulv CLYDE AND -IUt*.Mi Of l M: JtniiMv WAKK1 V i p M (Only' < I vBBTJXG THRV" tv BNDVI M,. GRANT & i him. h. Thr Uondrr Do OPE.M.M.' 4,1 Oltl TOII.W | TWfiY T[n-''0! PM A OONslNUMO TO s| NDAY PLUS TONITE Final ALL-STAR cOntl i %  M: \i i. OAISLFY H1BERT ( I ARK I HU I. i.; 1 Pr.t.u" ORYILfiRANDI llsi.N •BCcilli.-c ut Y WINSTON KI DllUt i-olourcd Sk>" SAM I.HKIHIS If | IAVTXI *0U" M Ml Ll SVMMOMIS "Bltas This H FRANK (OKBIN Snani Nile" ii (in i cfuua "White Xmus" Price* fr ihU QaHM IBM 1*U If. H.I 40 tinSO !' %  • 54 RV OF 111! (Ill And IOMII III ll\ID I \l W •PXTRA MATINEIS TOMOHROW 1.30 & MIDNITI l 10 P M JOIINM EAGER tnd I MH.11 MY SKIN Robert TAYLOR Joh.1 QAaU D I D %  1\




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ESTABLISHED 1895

Churchill Is §S



Foreign Policies To Please U.S. |

U.K. WILL TRY TO PAY
U.S. DEBTS ON TIME

By LYLE C. WILSON
WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.

Prime Minister Winston Churchill is shifting foreign
policies around slightly to please the United States voter.
More especially he wants to please the United States
Congress.

Many more details must be revealed before it can be
known how far the British Government actually has made
concessions to United States public opinion and to Truman's
own political problems. But a policy shift definitely is
under way.

For example the British announced recently they
would not ask postponement of debt payments due to the
United States at the end of the year. A postponement
seemed likely some months ago despite the bad effect it
would have on U.S. taxpayers’ thinking

The debt announcement came while the British were
negotiating with U.S. officials for more dollar aid. The
connection hetween the announcement and negotiations is
obvious.

Churchill himself will be here shortly representing the
nation dangerously near to going broke and with some ideas
of his own to sell. To obtain a good hearing Churchill
apparently is willing to make some more concessions to
U.S. voters and Congressmen.

LATEST CHANGE

The latest was announced in Paris. There Churchill
pledged full British support for Eisenhower's European
army plan and for all other projects toward the military
and political unification of western Europe. That ‘was
another bid for favourable U.S. public opinion.

It was a move also.to help Truman persuade Congress
and U.S. voters to support whatever agreement comes from
Truman-Churchill conferences next month. But there is a dif-
ference between supporting projects and participating in them.
Whether under Socialist or Conservative party leadership, the
British have dragged their heels on European unification, They
drew out of the Western European coal and steel sonkbinte
They object to placing British troops in a European army.

British and other Western European Governments have
received large sums of money from the U.S. without strings.
The Marshall Plan rule was that policy pressure on those

getting aid would be offensive and further might defeat * auspices of the Caribbean Corr
the purpose for which the aid was given. To Be Malaya High mission. The need for ¢entr:

CONDITIONS FOR AID
It looks like that is about to change. A great many
Congressmen visited Europe this year. Many of them have
returned determined to put strings on relief funds and

pressure on aided Governments to get better overall results.|Field Marshal Viscount Mont-| Eastern Caribbean | i) hi:

These. visitors variously were displeased or shocked | £omery will be offered the post o
by the lag Europe’s™ military, politiéal and économic| there has heen
unifieation. A delegation of Senators and Congressmen! firmation of reports which have}
who listened last month to all the talk in the Assembly of |been current ever since Winston
the Council of Europe at Strasbourg made a formal protest |ChUTcHII became Prime Minister

that Americans expressed “deep regret that more realistic
progress has not been made toward a European union.” |

That is a sample of the temper of Congress which comes | liver Lyttelton is due back here
back to Washington January 8 Churchill can sniff the |o7,P aay after @ thorough on the
odour of political trouble from afar. His nose tells him that|tion. Montgomery is now _ chief
trouble is coming when Congress next debates foreign aid. | deputy to General Dwight Eisen-

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hy tion, L me Tt i 7 Smithers and Mr. Bernard Braince,
High Commissioner. -of —Malaya, ; °PS* - * Pitta answtted “Stuft OMicers | ep d 2 y/ Whe has recently returned from. 1
no official con-; Among other mattés undor| > Stee Cp mee of Bringiptes | Mr. “Beckles said that he wns visit’ to the West Indies Outside
8 ; wceeptable to both side very pleased to see Mr: McD ar tte representatives wer
review were peasant agriculture —U.P. |Symmonds, Churehwarade of St By W. A, RYSER a aaa oie. Ate
| and land settlement, the possibilits ; Wichsel, and his wife LOND IN Dec. 20 Sir Frederick Seaford, Command -
again, War Office sources insisted | ef instituting a British ( aribbean He told the children that he Joseph Stalin will be 72 Friday, |< se i ar. pebcepibndsta ‘bg
‘hehe is “nothing to it.” agricultural journal, and the difti | quite ire of them did! but he tt -covnying |e Meee a mM pimen Bloomberg
Mair re : bs | culties in securing qualified ane ' 6 5 speta ( ow the hureh ler I ien of werk and " dive ady Huggins explained to th
Churchill Colonial Minister} ey oerienced staff for Departmen Minor Lric ick nits ¥ re pennreaware pusnee ae, a ell live! correspondent that artangemen
of Agriculture I . r sent tc Stadeey hat is the substance of the best | Were to be made for West Indign
» alayan situ: nh Catial Zone | 1 Ss \ suthoritative informatic i » | affairs to be given the fullest pul
spot survey of the Malayan situa- The detailed recommendations ot a - 7 V ate : oar eestalatiead 5 ye She and her eolleaguc
of the Council will be presented ISMAILIA, Dec. 20, ae a ape ' The Sovic liclacor nearly aed | would welcome any information
U lhower, Commander-in-Chiet of] the Sane ROS eee pane tered uncidents were en were at the beginning of 946 from overstrain of war [concerning the West Indies, whien
ant), |the Atlantic Pact Forces in Europe. |*!0 to the Governments concern=| reported from the Canal Zone /,, ’ years but is now just about as | might usefully be submitted to the
lIt has always been considered that |¢4 and the Secretary of State for} last night British soldiers on

e | if Eisenhower left S.H.A.P.E, to be the Colonies guard along “Stengun Alley’
r | Presidential candidate and another
tisoneil Ss | American took Eisenhower's place
l
fof the setup. ;
l t S t | ll | London reports on Maphaceery a } a a eee { - ; re th n one ho Committee hich is still receivin ;
L sald i the job in Malays is-otfered Lead I iitish installation Won B ope tna ome hour, {Committee which iy still reesei
is cep ica Vy Feel irs cat a waa dies hin ea n This morning, vehicle travell Car OW vy The mar whicwh Lenin deseribec { for Jamaica i
{supreme authority over military 7
{

PRESIDENT TRUMAN URGES eee civil administration,—U.K. Antigua Polls Renin eae past Egyptian Police

WASHINGTON, Dec. 20.

The United States Defence Department hoped to complete |
today the heartache list of 3,198 U.S. servicemen reported by |
Communists as prisoners of war in Korea.

Pentagon Officials cautioned anew that they did not consider |
the list supplied by the Reds as trustworthy. Truman yes-
terday urged the loved ones of missing U.S. servicemen to
“treat this list with scepticism”, because the U.S. has no
way of determining how true or false” it is.

The ‘names of personnel on the - |
list of all services, except the |

Army, have been completely pro- . Wi
cessed by the Pentagon crew of 10 U.S. ill Export
officers and 232 civilian employees,

yorking ¢ i the clock, s . ;
Ine home adresses ond aeee | Synthetic Rubber |

and next of
kin.

At 7.00 a.m, today, about 3,000
mames had been made public and|-r

WASHINGTON, Dec, 20
Government announced on

telegrams sent to next of kin ; Thursday it would license export
hi lpr Be Ue HORT OF: 510. |} of 10,000 tons of its synthetic rub-}
A Bitter Contrast ber for essential purposes in the
The total of 3,198 names, sup-|™¢Xt three months 2 ;
plied by the Communists, was in The Department of Commerce}




d this was the first time since |

i ras 11,051 Amer-
bitter contrast to the - 90 that there had been enough |

ican servicemen reported by the) * ov . at ’ 3 nr
Defence Department as officially synthetic rubber for such large!
missing in action. The Defence shipments to foreign countries,
Department total includes 548 Even so, the department set
Airmen, 284 Marines and 47 Navy} forth limitations on exports. They
men. The Communist list has 58/â„¢ust either meet special needs
Marines, 8 Navy men, and 76 Ai: that natural rubber cannot, or
Force personnel, prevent disruptions which might
Notifications are sent to the next|result from conversion to the
of kin as rapidly as the Pentagon ‘natural form after synthetic use
checks the Communist list against ijthey must contribute to national
its own casualty list. Names turned | S@Cu! ity. .
over by the Reds are then given| —UP.
to the Press, Television and Radio, |
An Army spokesman said that a 1 > .
few men en ee list have been | B aziig Freighter
recorded by the U.S. as killed in
action. Allied Headquarters in Mhbandoned
Tokyo were asked to investigate)
these cases at once. Commi med ASTORIA, Oregon, Dec. 20
officers were sent to notify person-| More than 100 crewmen and
ally the next of kin of these men.| passengers abandoned a fiercely
There was nothing but continued| burning Danish freighter in the
bewilderment ahead for the loved| Columbia River,
ones of the more than 7,800 Amer- The Coast Guard, at Tongue
icans, listed officially by the U.S.| Point, near the mouth of the













government as missing but who River said that flames from the
did not turn up on the Communist burning 650-foot ship could be
list. The fate of these men is un- S€en for several mile

known, because the Reds have re- Two Coast Guard cutter The

fused to supply the International Ivy and The White Bush were
Red Cross with their prisoner lis:s ittling the blaze, and several
is the U.N. command has done
Some of the unreported missing | tion were taking crew and passen-
have ‘been killed in action and} ger ff the burning hip. The
bodies not found. Others 1 Coast Gt said that there were
been laughtered t the crewmen and about 30 or 40
Still I








> So f there were no



—U.P

fHarvba



| trat f the wigar revut is heen arrange
From Our Own Correspondent } All British vehicle n the zone Phy eT ninistrator of e Ww
‘U.S. Ervoy Hits At ANTIGUA, Dot. 20° |e "in future, ahd: those in|! the winner of the h 4
Early this {morning Antigi ns} wa “will be lean , the First Prize | sre I SEs epee
| Vishinsky’ 8 Speech assembled at various polling sta-!,-, nt jaos B f Gir Club Rattie}
tions and throughout the day in| : UP. Af sponsored by the P
PARIS, Dec. 20 spite of showers of rain the order- | help build better ¢ a |

The United States delegate,jly quiet files continued Some} on |’ The drawing took place et the|
Michael Mansfield, sharply criti-}16,000 people were registered to} r Me n Plaza Theatre short
cized yesterday’s speech by the/vote on this historic first elect mn | T ran angs fter 2 _o'clocl last night {
Soviet Foreign Minister, Andrei}day under the new constitut! i} Im nig 8 ond Prize. a frigidaire
Y. Vishinsky in which the veterar] introducing adult suffrage The| older of Ticke No.
|RuSsian prosecutor expressed thelisland is now divided into ef wht | Herself y 3704 rl Prize ad
hope that fir Americans held i listricts and the population i oy . ‘ ram, to hold of Ticket Ne
Hungary would be tried fvo'}be represented by eight citizens. | : NEW YORK, Dec. 20. |¢, 139 Fourth P1 Sir
espionage. He said, Mr. Vishinsky’s ; : s |, Police here said that : wor ~ ail ns Machine » holder |
speech of yesterday indicates thai Twelve candidate were nome | identifier Everin E i Ticket } 7 0183 “ j
this fanciful fear of “spies” andjinated of which, four Labour/an immig ant fron Cul . | Ps ze,'a Sports Model. Bicyc |
“espionage” is growing behind the] candidates: namely V. ¢ Bird, United States Immigration - ‘ et ; CG 93 }
Tron Curtain rather than lessen-| Ernest Williams, Donald Shep thoriti¢ have beer holding at| ‘
ing.” herd, and Neville H. Richards) Elli nd inged herself afler] 4 a

Mansfield said “in short, the} Were returned unopposed. To-duy ee Wrexemores Wee peer ene Ly i t Challenor. Bete
\‘espionage’ equipment of the Am-|the four sping -cOnstiteriel’ ‘ are at ins eal tn :
erican C.47 now in Hungary js] Were conte Phe io ho by ‘ a ‘ TT ion : | 7 s p
standard throughout the Militar: |St John City ; (Ni aa Pit dt deel ine 4 bit the popu branes
Transpert Service of the US} ars : irepour, a ry. 1a 08 Cr } a tea A 1 etective a that tt ) e fil

Four American airmen remain! St. Mary Bradle we ad ths ' .

lifeboats from Tongue Point Sta-)









FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 195] PRICE FIVE CENTS

hifting British,







Research Considered |
At Agriculture Talks

THE MEETING of the British Caribbean Council o
Agriculture, Animal Health and Husbandry, Forestry ar
Fisheries which has been in session at Hastings House
Barbados, under the chairmanship of Mr. A. de K
Frampton, Agricultural Adviser to the Comptroller fo
Development and Welfare, ended its deliberatior
yesterday.



' Among the chief subjects d

Early Olosing | \o2sha eM eek

and preposs|

Of Shops At | aes walch ¥ one



already started t varic

Christmas | territcries, and the exchange

; information and material betwe

ON the front page of yes- them, in the follawing speci

terday’s issue there appeared | fields Animal husbandry, gra

a news Item under the cap- ‘legumes and grassland manag

tion “No Half-holidays in ment, food crop production, t
December” , regtoration of aegraded land, se |

and water conservation, and U

Attention is drawn to the | provision of a centralized statist
fact that the recent amend- |} cal service. |
ment s . 5 y rin ‘
savin Le ares, AS. 2 ' The Council also diseussed th» | MRS. McD. SYMMONDS, wife of the Churchwarden of §t. Michael,
lawful for a shop to be question of higher agricultura: | : { presents 4 gift-to an infant at the Christmas Party at the Children's



clo e ri closin ments for offering a degre» i . Y ]

iay"immedic vreagaine || geumeimameuiwre wim PY AQUATION | Held For |W. |. To Be Informed Of
” vn . s | e

Oe os oot [lane Cesena ese iatt'| OF PRISONERS | Children:

Easter Sunday and Xmas
open under the above provis- and recommendations willgbe su.!

Issues In Commons

ions shall be closed not later

ed ii ‘ i / , ; > ° Goodwill League yesterday aftcraco
reg ree | civcation, ond strened ©) OTH ARMY PLAN| Xmas Parties |"! woe voter secon







at the Farm Institute for

week deadlock on armistice i~ | Mr McD, Symmonds to preser.|
pervision——item number three onjthe gifts, They all smiled wher
the afénda—the Joint Sub-com-|the Christmas Tree as lightes

An unconfirmed report said

YIN wh + Mthe chair
STA Lb IN Is ; The Parliamentary Committee

Va represented by Mr. Pete

mitted to the governments crt | PANMUNJGM, Korea, Deg 20 | Nearly 106
than the bour prescribed for cerned with special reference + Th Armistice egotiators | me . } e rr one Y .
an ordinary closing day. the protection of the area byl | ume Uke Gaaitookee truce! any’ Relating To British Oaribbean
pen or provision of safeguards against the! policing issue to steft office of|Christmas Part hi ; iv
Sie eae a ONLY t introduction of pests and disease Ie shith Ar V r} on ol . | Mr, Joh Be ‘ t. th . .
~~ me St ” aes eo Ae : walt hey aeteo ners (Children's Goodwill § ee From Our Own Correspondnet
the per of seven days im- ai : P plans to airlift Allied. prisoners |Chudrens Goodwill League ¢ j e
mediately preceding Xmas Fisheries Talks to Japan when an exchange|terda ifternoot The childre ry ; LONDON, Dec. 20.
Day and Easter Sunday eal” igreement is reached, jwere treated to ice eu cake I'he West Indies are in future to be kept fully inform-
a . : : The importance of marine However hopes for the rele
freshwater fisheries was sires: Fle the prisoner by Christr
M. Lik ] and attention was drawn to | dwindled as Allies refused to r¢ }
Te Ke ecnference on fisheries which i sume discussions on the exchange | : a : ; orn cee
ontgoni ry y | |takes place next spring under th: |o¢ war prisoners until the “piti-|the Matron and Nurses were bath held of the West Indies Sub-Committee of Imperial Affairs
fully mall” roster furnished by|ing the infants and getting thein Committee anda group, set up among Conservatives outside
Communists is studied and ana-|prepared. The elementary boys and the House, who are interested in the British Caribbean
S ‘ training facilities for subordina lyzed Only even days remain] girl arrived hortly ifte one territortes
Commniissioner forestry officers was agreed on,|\cfore the 30 day “ceasefire”! o'clock Lady Huggins, wife of the for-
and the view was held that suc period ends Tne chiidren recited and san j;.er Governor of Jamaica was in
LONDON, Dec. 20 training could best be ~~ ont In an effort to break the thi ifter which M1 Beckle agke:

¢| Which should shortly



‘ healthy as any man of his age can | West Indie sub-Commiittee = for
Presents ect to be questions to be asked in Parli



Ismailia reported a bomb pol Ber
ion from Arab quarter in tihe

that ver he look« ’

ment or for debate to be arrange



He | uffering from no sete! At the first. meeting just. he
iodic at agthir



ce of

“@ on On f



\
nd drinks, The ere al iver ed of all United Kingdom Parliamentary affairs relating
gift . to them

The Party began at 1.30 p.m This decision was reached at the first meeting just
but from <« earl i nid-day °

| Montgomery would be moved out Labourites jfowr eur the —v BP . now: the
nornin uu as i as 1OW

; Lady Huggin save full detail {
Hyer artial paralysis of (|



1 wor of the Hurri ne Reli
prevents him fro he k Oo re | ; I




would give

tamer too harsh and t cussion was also held on the pro-

teket X 1604 , lia he nao eek 2 tie 9 u it } vapid * ” constitution for Brit

ing along tengur Alley







nd extren competen nother meeting etween the
yy armoured car woke ww remely pen Anoth eetin t t



Maintains

the same high

Standard
of Quality as

Carrott (Labeur') 777
feated Harold T. Wilsor (P PP
who gained 17 votes only and |

beer leported uP ¢ jlet
however, illegally detained by 7 po

whatever authorities are still hold- |v
ing them We do not know
whether these authorities Carve John (Nort

wre pa deposit of $96 ea
; and St. ,
Hungarian or Soviet. a P oe ae ‘ommn ns G eC rm ni
“Our diplomatic representative: FB t oe vee Hurst Kit tel A e y ra | i
these men, and have been unabl« | (Independent) 147 vote "|
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before a
mittee was the broad Soviet aharge

have been denied all access to | PO wh se ‘h

to receive satisfactory answers to | ‘ rTgh

our inquiries. The issue actually ‘Saye oO - ) yoy e(
the United Nations Com- U K. . IGNS SUG. AR)





















2ARIS % ec. 90
that the U.S. has committed ag- , wh i PAR ;
gression through the creation of a I AC I T ODAY | Che United Nations General Assembly toda ave fir Si 1 ippe 0
Secsntly peeked Etiiuiat” Beaurht: | From Our Own Correspondent) aera il to establishing an impartial « mi t
rec } ssed 2 jad Sec gate election conditions ill Germany, despite advanc
Act, LONDON, Dec \ the faci ‘ re Ray by Fagde ink Se \ i eS Th les
Three o'eloek tosmorro r-| ace from the Ex ern } that i voul ne be adn i
. noon Major G. Willian Ll vd nere
Churchill Prepares For \Gecrge (Food Minister). will put| It passed by 45 votes to six with eight abster hi or lhe Das
. the first ignature on the new] ¢ on taken yesterday by the special (ad hoc) C
Washington Talks Commonwealth Sugar Agreement|! Brita Fy ce s
‘ on behalf of Britain tate ( > 1 i
LONDON, Dee, 20 n | , | oe Ne 1 ty Ly’ year.
> i aa hee 4 we Representatives of the Domin-} . ’ > ission be compo f c
tt colina "his Meson Babiant waset. jons and Colonial Sug growing | U AK. A nd colli tive Da Brazil
' 3 ° : -, \territories will then add the } ‘ !
ing in two days today to mah j ; .
further preparations for the Wa nature to conclude : ’ Plan Treaty |
ington visit. He is due to leave on \" ego are which | . - } , : *
the Queen Mary on December 29. |'"g or for over two f rov c Vga sae epee oT
Churchill and Foreign Secretary The full detail the | W & A GILBEY
Anthony Eden attended a Cabinet |rnent will be publi; i-lK ; 1 1 eT)
meeting yesterday as soon as they |neously in Londor the Come; «i Neh aah Caen
ho their three-day trip |mon we. territor mri if t ‘ he ‘ ne PT pad
jto ce lon or ; t January 4 } N twee ! nd I ( 8 rer)
Also discussed at today's meet- vi st th se Pes ' , | bas t Le A
jing was the unfinished business of | °° “UC ae, ; : Ms heemla a Ie) tes eee dana
| . Cia ~partment (—ommor wealth I ti Mir. | B.C f Grove lena ae ’ 1e J/g fiogre
lWvhich must be Anished before the |H- A. Cuke one of the West | tat | vyshi a ane am GARDINER AUSTING C°L"
Pee ad oka "at 1) Indies representat f Z | ] t ~
Christmas holiday c irchill i ' Agents
o given audience with Kir There have been a i — ————— I

veorge VI at Buckingham Palace ele
esterday.—U.P we are very satisfied cP i . Us




PAGE TWO

.







See t -Pic & pew res-
t-club which iS sftuated
alo e Hastir highway (with-
hole] belt) opens tomorrow. -
lub is housed on the ground
ic of St. Levans Hastings, It
is idea> into three rooms, a
reception room, a lounge



cima room.

In the #eeeption room there are |
four smaTilluminated jar-shaped
showcases,‘ The bar is in the
lounge, The colour scheme of this |

oom is_in two shades of blue and }

ispeaded* from the ceiling is a
large map~-of Barbados. Between
the ceiling-.and the map are con-

There is also a
room and there is
throughout the
furniture is
dining room

cealed.. lights
piano in this
or music
venin All __ the
ocally made, The
an seat 36 persons.
Joint proprietors of the restau-
rant are Mr. Jean Iversen and
Peter Greig. Jean and Peter,
are old school chums—they went
to thes same school in Switzer
and,

After Thirty Years
AARS.. LESTELLE TROTMA
arrived from the US. o

Linuous

Wednesday to spend the Christmas®

Mr, Fre

holidays with her son

Jordan whe is ‘a, Linotypist of the
Advocate Go., Ltd. She is staying
at Gitten'’s Road, Government Hilk
her first visit here in 30

rhis
years,

Christmas Holidays



arib Callinr

FEAR HOLDS































ACCLAIMED as America’s foremost Negro dancer,

Jaces the demon of fear
vitual dances she perfor

N Barbados for the Christmas â„¢enced.-RXPRESS,

oro eyo eee, Qmaias _T.C.A. Departures

erbert, Schoo. ac alti > iC i
to St. Madaline’s Girls’ San Fer- M* _ RICHARD NICHOLLS,
nando, Trinidad, She arrived on Solicitor was among the
Wednesday evening by B.W.1.A. passengers leaving by T.C.A, on
and ‘is staying with her brother Wednesday, for Canada on a
end sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. visit. Other passengers leaving by

S. ©; Herbert of Gunsite, Brittons the same plane were Mr. John
Hill: & Howarth, Miss Fay Paterson, Mrs
B.G. Film Florence Slack and Mr. Rod Mac-
N outstanding film on British ae rile Director of Public
Ee eee Relations.
Gviana “Eldorado” will be
shoWn to-night at 8.15 o’clock at
the’: British Council Showing Back To Grenada .
long with it is a Charlie Chaplain R, VICTOR ALLEYNE, Govy-
} “Charlie, the Perfect Lady.” ernment Stenographer of
There will be no film show for Grenada, left yesterday by the
children to-morrow morning. motor vessel C.L.M. Tannis on his
ipaensilinicendnden . sete return trip to Grenada.
CROSSWORD ; Mr. Alleyne who is a Barba-
dian is on six months’ leave and



has been holidaying here with his

} family for about three months
“I have spent a very enjoyable
| holiday,” he told Carib just be-
fore embarking. ‘



r

THE STAGE

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ti

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r

{

Pearl Primus (30),

the Initiation Dance, one of the expressive
in her London season which has just com-

6

Annual Bazaar Raffle
HE DOLL which was raffled
at the Annual Bazaar by Mrs,
E. B. Williams in aid of the Old
Ladies’ Home was won by Miss
Helen Wilkinson and the lace din-
ner set by Miss Evelyn Edwards.

On Holiday :

ISS GERALDINE PICKER-

ING, who has been residing

in New York for the last six

years, arrived in the island on

Monday last by Pan-American

Airways to spend a few weeks

holiday. She is staying with some
of her friends in Bank Hall



S

ford Thorne of Sandy Lane, St
James
Gwen
Archer
‘ is “Iso accompanying them. They
left Barbados earlier in the week

of the year

BARBADOS

Children’s Christmas Party |



ADVOCATE
U.S. Rejects



“HOSE who attend the Police
‘
I Christmas Party und hes | Moscow Charge
ial Christmas Party given in TAS ICTON
“hei ihre , ~ } WASHINGTON, Det. 20
Children’s Ward at the Gen- | The United States rejected tt
11 Hospital will see two genuine recent Moscow charge that the
hristmas Trees. These trees are 00 fur naar al
nee again gifts from the Aleoa Eyomeeee Sand provided tn |






teamship Company of New York
Unfortunately however,
ir none of the large trees were
anded and the agents, Messrs.
tobert Thom Lid., regretfully in-

mutual Security

Act constitut

any threat of interferenc«

thiS) Russia’s internal affairs

In a note delivered to the Soviet
Union the State Department said
“The United States Government

rm me that altogether over 30} states, that false charges of inter-



; were short. [t is to be hop-
d that next year this” will not
ceur and more folks will be ab!
get enjoyment from a_ re
‘hristmas Tree
Nevertheless, those whtx hi
ld trees can take the tip and
pray them with paint A very
ealistic job can be done and it
ikes only an insecticide spray
un and some thin green paint
Ir The Grenadines
PENDING Christmas in one
the Grenadines are Mr. Clif:









and two daughters, Miss
Thorne and Mrs. Aubrey
Mrs. Archer’s son, Tony

and plan to beback before the end
4

B.B.C. Radio |
Programme

FRIDAY,



DECEMBER 2%, 1951
11.15 a.m. Programme Parade, 11.30 a.rn
Listeners’ Choice, 12 (noon) The News,
12.10 p.m. News Analysis
4.00—7.15 p.m, S1.2M 48.43M
e 4 pm. The News, 410 p.m. The Daily
Service, 415 p.m. Ray's a Laugh, 4.45
p.m. Music Magazine, 5 p.m. Composer
of the Week, 5.15 p.m. Listeners’ Choice,
6 pm, Merchant Navy Programme, 6.15
mpm. Have a Go, 645 p.m Programme
Parade, 6.55 p.m. To-day's Sport, 7 p.m.
The News, 7.10 p.m. News Anak sis.
7.15 p.m, West Indian Diary
7410.50) pom. S1.32M 48.43



7.45 p.m. Theatre Memories, 8.15 p.m
Radio Newsreel, 8.30 p.m. World Affairs,
*45 p.m. Composer of the Week, 9 p.m
Frglish Magazine 930 pm Musica
Britannica, 10 p.m. The News, 10.10 p.r
Fror the Editorials, 10.15 p.m The
Debate Continues. 10.30 p.m. From th
Third Programme, 10.50 p.m, faterlude



AMERICAN COLUMN:

LONG ODDS ON THE

ference in Soyiet internal affairs
come with singular ill grace from
a regime which has ‘for many
years consistently. supported sub-

Versive activities directed against

the U.S. and other nations of the
freé world.”

Moscow complained November
21, that the fund was to be used

for espionage activities in the
Soviet Union and other Com-
munist countries. Similar com-

plaints have been voiced in the
Paris U.N. meeting by Soviets.
—cP)



J’ca Housing

KINGSTON Ja. Dee. 20.

The planned reconstruction
programme in Jamaica calls for
the building of 7.000 one-room
housing units in the rural areas
and 3,000 one room units in the
urban areas, as well as loan
assistance to 4,000 families of
lower and middle income groups
in rural and urban areas to re-
pair and reconstruct damaged
houses,

Ten thousand units it esti-
mated cost £2,240,000. House-
holders are expected to help the
way with materials and labour.

—C.P.

is

Sangster Will Go To Ceylon
KINGSTON, Jca., Dec, 19.
Honourable Donald Sangste’
Minister of Social Services ex-
pected to return to-day from the
conference in Barbados leavi
early next month for Ceylon t&

attend the meeting of the Com- the Libyan Government on De-'susAN
monwealth’s Parliamentary Asso- cember 24,

—(CP)

“I took on DALLAS and SAN
FORT WORTH TOO!"

ciation,









1951

—_—_—

DECEMBER 21,

FRIDAY,

EMPIRE

TO- DAY 2.30 & 8.30 SATURDAY, 445 & 8.30
{Columbia Pictures presents



B.G. Govt. To Probe |
Water Street Fire



From Our Own Correspondent
GEORGETOWN, Dec. 12 a io z
His Excellency the Governor! -ANVNA LUCASTA ~
has intimated to the Mayor of starring :

Georgetown, Mr. Rahman B. Gaj- |
j that he will shortly announce
appointment of a Commission |
if Enquiry to investigate the sev- |
eral aspects of the disastrous fire
which destroyed a large section!
cf Commercial Georgetown on
Friday night, November 30, last.
The Mayor told the Council of the |

PAULETTE GODDARD — WILLIAM BISHOP
EXTRA
LATEST BRITISH NEWSREELS

the



SUNDAY & MONDAY 4.30 & 8.30
Columbia Smashing Double —

ROBERT YOUNG — MARGUERITE CHAPMAN

Governor’s plans on Monday when | wot Te
he formally discussed the fire at) ie ana

the statutory Meeting, He also dis- | rd RELEN TLES:

closed that Government proposes ahd

enacting legislation similar to that :
which was passed in respect of = MQORSEMAN OF THE SIERRAS ~*~
the area destroyed in the 1945 |

fire, but in order that rehabilita- | Starring :

CHARLES STARRETT — SMILEY BURNETT

ROYAL

To-day only, 4.30 and 8.15 To-morrow only, 4.30 and 8.15
Republic Double



ticn should proceed as quickly as |

possible, applications for the erec-

tion of temporary buildings will

be dealt with without do'>y. {

Libya Will Become |

Independent Dee. 24 ,Witt1aM ELLIOTT in .
London, Dec. 20. “CHEYENNE WILDCAT”’

The Foreign Office announced |
— AND —

the former Italian colony of Libyza'
would become independent sov-

“EARL CARROL
VANITIES ”’



United Artist Double —

“JUST WILLIAMS LUCK”

Starring :

WILLIAM GRAHAM
GARRY MARSH

and
“SLEEPING CAR TO
TRIESTE ”

starring
Jean Kent — Albert Lieven

OLYMPIC

f To-day Last 2 Shows 4.30 and To-morrow only, 4.30 & 8.15
The Foreign Office said after

8.15.
consultation with the French Gov- | y
ernment as administering authori- Columbia Double .

ty in Fezzan and with United ,
Nations Commissioner for Libya, PRESTON FOSTER in

Britain had decided “to teke the | ‘*THUNDERHOOF”’

reign state on December 24.!
Libya comprising Cyrenaica, Tri |
politania and Fezzan was placed
under British and French admin-}
istration by Article 23 of the,
Italian Peace Treaty. Britain ad-
ministered Cyrenaica ruled by,
Emir Sayed Mohammed El Sunasi |
and the French administered Fez-
zan.







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Brothers BOOKIES ' 5 ANN TODD — CLAUDE RAINES
MONG the arrivals by T.C.A\ j —in — “HOUSE OF
d on.. Wednesday were Mr. Age ce ats re See | business). And 4,266 are still»be-| ! ‘ONE WOMAN'S STORY
Robin M. Austin of Messrs. Robin . > one egins tol] ing “studied,” . E MAN’S
Austin and Co., Importers, Ex- close, . i . ; _ Consternation was caused when tore up AND FRANKENSTEIN n
porters and Brokers of .Mgptreal ae: ee ar hanaene the Bureau of Internal Revenue Texas oe len:
and his brother Mr. Gray, M. ae “Ss and other pro-/ announced that it ig unsportingly ABBOTT AND COSTELLO
! Austin, Geologist of the Sohio'! fessional _ gamblers ; throughout | notifying local police forces of COSTEL! AND
Oil Co., of Regina Saskatchewan. ‘Rattacnc. cer Sees : oT the names of the bookies who are —in—
Rebin was accompanied by his ‘Je. active tai, estimated at! registered.
we ee YB 17,000-—Have put down their 80|°°e “KEEP ’EM FLYING” |‘“‘BEWARE OF PITY”
1. Need scent cae stops? (0) Robin and Gray are the sons of dollars and applied for official | And those who do not register
¥. £ interrupt progress. (5) Mr. and Mrs. Merrivale Austin "@gistration. ; ; are twice breaking the law—by
10. ‘Where to find the diary. (5) and are on a business tour through But of these applications, only| not putting their names down
th Bi, aa Th tne dake. ih) the West Indies, They wil! spend 1,556 have been given the stamp| and by failing to pay ten per IN O THE GLOBE
14 “Ass likely to rag one (6) three weeks at home. cf office. Another 1,884 have been/ cent. of their monthly takings to
16. ‘Hullo | (8) Messrs. Robin Austin ahd Co, retyrmed with a request for “ful-) the Government. . ‘
18. Nose, chin or ear? (7) ‘ are large importers of Fancy Jer information” (the bookie Looks like an unhappy New ‘
nt panpped ends aeweye Se?) Molasses and lumber exporters, ust give details of his partners,) Year for the boys in the noisy } 4
22. Be this ana gev uncer, (3). - runners, agents, and place of’ suits. . a r
23, Alter, but ae bow, (5) On Visit To Parerts : i Be as x pam . Pete ee bees
, 3 " ' t a \ 4 y
Lo room tor’navtbing but wade | JYPRS. TONY DORMER, the’ KLAATU...BARADA:..NIKTO
ess. (9) former Marjorie Marsha. . 4 tb ; ey Ce) v oe tno
ieee | Tee ane «hate bad | arrived from Bermuda on Wednes- f , }
e.a tee in @ torrent? (7) day by T.C.A. en route from - *Could these’3 words save ,
4 ‘bot I work with. (4) ? England on a visit to her family | | e
= an pig ma Fron he pegerives She is the daughter of Mr. and | H m @ Pitt Tags) from destruction#
9.°Attaining this in the ring. (4) Mrs. Walter Marshall ef Apes Hill, n astings pintcreo av 7 iitten bp a by another lanet ? :
8 Made Dad green ang. discrdered. = James with whom she is ‘ 1» EDWIN L.MARIN int WARNER BROos. ee ee : ‘
15. Pole, not fon Positive. iC) staying. poning on — | Spriaaes PICTURE ;
17. This case has its points. a i 7
19: To.'make "a" meat of "ts ou |} Adetliak<‘Heetval OPENING:— 4 ao
i —Across: , R. GILBERT TOPPIN, son of | Second, Docomb | - / i"
haat wertaonle ateme: «IYER, GILBERT TOPPIN, son of |] — "Jayonatyy~ E On ericniinns $
Shadows: 13 Dent; 15, Typed: 17, Tree, | ' + anc rs. L. L. Toppin o
19, Errors 20 Revue; 24 Hee}; 22: “Elridge”, 5th Avenue, Belleville Diat 2310
Necaborry. anes 1, Lucid: 2@ '*% |was another arrival by T.C.A. on Phone 4084
}

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: Wednesday
6. Daily; 17 Tern’ 918. Ash.

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on a TO-DAY 2.30—4.45 & 8.30 P.M. and
Continuing Daily at 4.45 & 8.30 P.M.

EXCITING CHRISTMAS ACTION!

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ee ES? Don PORTER—Lois “OUTCASTS Of The TRAIL” % : x
||| COLLIER & “Wild Beauty” Monte HALE— $ " GI OBE
*« King of the Wild Horses & “DOWN DAKOTA WAY" & OPENING TODAY %
2 | Y 0 “RIDERS Of The (in Trucolor) x 5 & 8.15 P.M. & CONTINUIN su %
Sust Arrived CHRISTMAS and SANTA FE Roy ROGERS y aS eee %
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“aap weet eee ty -LUS TONITE $
\ SPECIAL MIDNITE Coming FRIDAY 28TH S TAAG P *
an to= Daya YEAR Monday 24th (Xmas Eve) 2.30—4.45 & 8.30 p.m. % TRACY Final ALL-STAR contest $
ne OLD \ “PRONTIER LAW" John WAYNE — x TERRIFIC! is vlna acne %
And Robert RYAN In iy at GERALD DAISLEY x
| “TRIGCER TRAIL” “FLYING $ a a HER e 2
On Sale, | FESTIVITIES at . LEATHERNECKS" 1% pi porn Oh Promise Me 3

i Color by Technicolor * a ° 1
| PELAZA-OISTIN sales : seoneene % wolen? connie g
: : : van | . ] ‘Oty THE GARDEN y : “The Lord’s Prayer” x
‘ TH CLUR Dial 8404 ¥ x : %
first time in THE HARBADOS AQU A i - Today to Sunday 4.45 | GAIET ST. JAMES /% are ¥
| (MEMBERS ONLY) & 8.30 p.m | TODAY to SUN—8.30 P.., ORVIL GRANDERSON 8
} 3 Monogram presents | Mat, SUN—5 P.M. ik “Because of You" 8
DINNERS will be served in the Ballroom between 7 and ri hs BF ma 9 | s S
z BAD BOY | “YOUNG DANIEL BUONE % x
arpadaos \]} 9 pam. on MONDAY, December 24th, TUESDAY, 25th, Lloyd NOLAN | Cmecolor) David BRUC= 11/8 >
||] and MONDAY, 3lst. Audie MURPHY | & James OLIVER CUu- x « WENSTON RUDDER | x
Price: $3.00 James GLEASON | WOOD'S CALL OF ue % _“Orange Coloured Sky >
: VERY SPECIAL MENUS Also The Christmas Short KLONDIKE Kirby GRAN} im x
talian Alabaster “CHRISTMAS DREAM” | & CHINOOK, \%s SAM GORDON ~
{ @ - nder Dos x « , ” ‘
MEMBERS requested to make Reservations not later MIDNITE SAT. 22ND petal - x = = we eg >»
eee Bu “SCREAM In The DARK" MIDNIGHT SAT. 24TH * %
W 50 Different ||] than December 22nd for MONDAY and TUESDAY; and Robert LOWERY “KID From KANSAS” >} NEVILLE SYMMONDS x
are, 1 29th for MONDAY (Old Year). Wally VERNON Dick FORAN— x “Bless This House” 3
} e with Bill ELLIOTT as Andy DEVINE x wel s >
Red Rider in AND . ,ORBIN x
| - f . f f | @ @, DANCING trom 10 p.m. “MARSHAL Of RENO” “THE MASKED RIDER” % we. Gee %
types oO ults tor | till 3 a.m. on MONDAY, eer Johnny MACK BROWN g : ; %
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| December 24th; and || ‘SAN ANTONE AMBUSH” MIDNITE SAT, 22ND x LUCILLE CRAIG ~
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“FRONTIER } “RANGE LAND” Berean Py ty J MONK ar *
| ristmas 31st. FRONTIER | ELAN g "
i : : INVESTIGATOR” Whip WILSON & x . poe pie te , *
LS $$$ $$ —— Tickets: 2/ Allan “Rocky” LANE | Andy CLYDE x qi Prices for this Giant Show x
| are AND 1% an cm prcrume Pit 16 House 30 y
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Spot Waltz, for which Prizes will be given. Monte HALE “CRASHING THRU” {EXTRA MATINEFS TOMORROW 1,30 & MIDNITE: 1.30P.M. 3
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rv: on December 24th by C. B. Browne and _ his “DOWN DAKOTA WAY” “SNOW DOG” e Midnite .
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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951 BARBADOS ADVOCATE eS PAGE THREE
> ° Hens Lay | Colonial Sugar |
e : mile Ge iat | town || Arma
' , IE: uction y —
5 i is Bi WALLETS
Since he wag appointed Chief . youth of the Commonwealth. For
Scout in 1945, Lord Rowallan a period during/ World War II _A hen owned by Florence Burke LONDON,
has journeyed many thousands Lord Rowallan had charge of an Of Orange Cottage laid an egg on In the House of Commons on
of miles visiting Scouts all ove officers training centre, and he Monday—the fourth of its type }Decemper 5, Mr. Gerald Nabarro!
the world; in that time he ha introduced many Scouting meth- during the year—which weighed | (Conservative, Kidderminster) |
proved himself a very worthy ods in the training programme just under a quarter pound, and fasked the Secretary of State for
guccesgor to the late Lord Baden- with great success. But the real â„¢easured 3% inches from end tO Ithe Colonies what are the short-
— Powell, writes success of the centre was mostly @nd and 6% inches in circumfer-|¢erm prospects for increasing
‘HAYDN DIMMOCK due to his personal charm and ee. colonial r production; how,

Another hen owned by Miriam
Haynes of the Bridge Hill villa

fine qualifies of leadership. >
laid two eggs on Sunday, both of

Since 1945 the Chief Scout has
travelled some 120,000 miles to

Editor of ‘* The
(London)

It was raining heavily and the

Bequs’* much additional colonial sugar for
the United Kingdom domestic mar-

ket can be anticipated in 1952;



i visit hi hich were of normal size. The ;

b f an ¢ - visit his Scouts. In January next and from which colonies. With zippers on three sides

enka’ Wide east coker’ saa he will be leaving for a tour of hen laid another egg of normal ’

There were deep pools between the Caribbean, Bermuda and the 5!€,° Ba xa PL ng. Tb Minister of State for Colo- BEAUTIFUL LEATHER joy Britain’
the tents. and in the camp Bahamas and will attend the first Police Ban lays At St- | iat "amairs, Mr. A. T. Lennox- ONLY $1.69 You can enjoy ’
kitehens the cooks were strug- Caribbean Jamboree at Kingston, Joseph's Almshouse Boyd, replied: “Exports of colo» 5 favourite tobaccos. Sis

Jamaica, in March.

Make Friends Easily .
At his home in Ayrshire. Scot-
land, Lord Rowallan has a won-
derful array of many lovely
things which have been presented
to him by Scouts during his
travels; others of his treasurers

The Police Band, conducted by
Capt. C. E. Raison paid a visit to
St. Joseph's Almshouse, for the
benefit of the inmates there, on
Monday evening last.

There was a rich programme of
music, and everyone that attended
enjoyed themselves immensely.
“Christmas Memories”, Waltz

gling to prepare meals. Those of
the campers who did not possess
rubber boots went about with-
out shoes or stockings. The big
majority stayed in their tents.
This was to be the big day of
the camp. An important visitor
was coming, and he had expressed
a wish to go round the camp and

blends to choose from-~
every one a balanced
» blend of vintage leat.

nial sugar have increased substan-
tially over the last few years and
it is expected that the rate of in-}
crease will be maintained. It is too
early yet to give firm estimates
for 1952, but the United Kingdom
in that year may obtain from the
British West Indies, Fiji and Mau-

At Your Jewellers .....

Y. De LIMA
& CO., LTD,



LORD ROWALLAN

not spare himselt. fie is tireless



meet the Scouts in an informal
manner. Now, with the camp
under water nobody thought the
visitor would carry out his plan.
So the boys huddled in their
tents. Then the news went round
—"The Chief is here and he's
coming round.”

In borrowed rubber boots, Lord
Rowallan waded round that camp,
dodging in and out of tents, with
a smile and a tandshake for
every single Scout. One Scout,
up to his knees in a huge pool
of water, was cooking on an altar
fire. He did not see the Chief, so
intent was he on his cooking, but
the Chief saw him and waded
over to shake him by the hand

and have a word with him about
his cooking.

That was one of Lord Rowal-
lan’s first engagements on
becoming Chief Scout of the
Commonwealth in 1945. It is

typical of the man that he does

in his service
Why Is He Liked

Boys like him because he is a
good Scout in every sense of the
word. He is an expert camper,
he knows how to use an axe, fol-
low a trail, signal a message,
cook and fend for himself. They
like him because he has the true

spirit of Baden-Powell and so
closely follows the trail laid by
the Founder of Scouting. They

like him because he is a man who
can do all that he asks of others:
and he is a man of agtion rather
than of words.

The row of decorations Lord
Rowallan wears when in uniform
tell of his service to Britain. He
gained the Military Cross in
World War I. He holds the Ter-
ritorial Decoration, and quite re-

cently was invested by King
George VI as a Knight Com-
mander of the Order of the Brit-

ish Empire for his services to the



Is H igher Price’

Sugar Necessary?

CAPE TOWN.

A minor controversy has been
started in Cape Town over the
price of sugar, following an in-
crease of one farthing per lb. in
the retail price of sugar in South
Africa. It is only a year since
the price of South African suger
went up by a half-penny per Ib.

A leading Cape Town wews-
paper, The Cape Argus, began
the controversy with a leading
article under the heading “The

Sugar Mystery,” in which it con-
demned “the Government's ap-
parent policy of placing the main
burden of inflation on the shoul-
ders of the consumer.”

The paper wondered whether,
before sanctioning this latest price
increase, the South African Gov-
ernment had satisfied itself that
there was no waste at any point
in the processes of production
and distribution of sugar, that no
excessive profits are made at any
point and that overhead charges
are not unduly high.

“The consumets, to speak
bluntly, regard with scepticism
the claim that periodic increases
in the price of sugar are neces-
sary to save Natas from ruin,” it
said. Their view is that an indus-
try efficiently conducted, carried
on withifi South Africa and em-
ploying the cheapest labour in
the country ought to be able to
provide the people with sugar at
a stable price; nor does it help
much in this instance to. dtaw
contrasts with Australia’s \‘all+
white’ sugar at 64d. per Jb.

“If the Government wish ae
believe that these rises. in “the
cost of living are really necessary,
let them tell us the whole truth
about sugar, because this rise of
3d. pey lb. in a year means giving
the industry thousand of pounds
from the consumer’s pocket. It
would be reassuring to know that
it was really necessary.”













*.Pokits vaised jn this article
drew a reply in the correspon-
dence columns of the Cape Argus

from a Cape Town resident, Mr.
J. B. Holmes, who pointed out
that vé@ry little of the price in-
crease of $d. per |b. had actually
gone to the sugar industry itself.
He pointed out, too, that the
price of sugar in South Africa
has been increased only by
“1d. per Ib. in the last 19 years,

of which almost 20 per cent. has
been passed on to the distributive
trade.

“In point of fact,” he declared,
“the largest and most efficient
producer in the Union is today
operating at a profit margin of
a trifle over one-eighth of a penny
per Ib., or less than three per
cent. on the consumer's price

“Having regard to the fact that
the growing of sugar cane is a
seasonal crop and materially
affected by climatic conditions
from, one. year to another,. this
profit margin can hardly be called
exeessive. IT doubt whether any
other industry subject te the vari-
ableness of the South African cli-
mate operates at so small a profit
margin.” gy ~—-B.C.P.

Magistrate Bain
To Retire

te (From Our Own Correspondent)
te GRENADA, Der, 18.
‘Bffective from today Magistrate
;-3. Bain has been granted four
ahd a-half months’ pre-retirement
lea¥Ve Gnding six years’ service on
the bench here following previous
service.in a similar capaeity in St.
Vineeént.
Earlicr hey practised as a golici-
tor here,
Magistrate Bain is a prominent
Methodist layman.



are on display in Baden-Powell’s
Room at Scout Headquarters,
London, and in the room he him-
self uses when there.

Lord Rowallan makes friends
easily. His smile and his laugh-
ter are infectious, his salute and
left handshake sincere signs of
friendship and brotherhood. His
voice is deep and rich, and often
his words of wit, wisdom and in-
spiration are punctuated by a
chuckle which is evidence of his
own deep inward happiness. For
Lord Rowallan is indeed a happy
man who has faith in Scouting as
a power and influence for good
in the world, and a belief that it
is God-inspired.

The Chief Scout sets a high
standard and expects a_ high
standard. His life is a living ex-
ample of the carrying out of the
Seout Promise and in particular
the first part of that Promise—
Duty to God ’

SEAWELL

ARRIVALS BY B.W.1.A. ON THURSDAY

From St. Vincent—Guy Gordon and
Thomas Otway

From Trinidad—A. Tucker, G. Tucker,
J. Aird, C. Regan, E. Brooks, ¢
Brooks, P. Brooks, J. Brooks, C. Brooks,
D. Woodcock, D. OfNeale, D. Rainey.
c. Kum, S. White, N. Bailey,
and D. Hall.

DEPARTURES BY B.W.LA. ON
THURSDAY

For Antigua—Hyacinth Pestaina, Stella
Robinson, Jack Robinson, Ronald Keisick.
Rigby Taylor, Elsie Taylor, Leopard
Hutson, Dorethy Blake, Geil Blake, Bast,



S. Kirton

Davis, William Walwyn and Leontine
Osbourne,
For Dominiea-Connie Allison, Jean

Aird, Pat Regan and J, A. N. Buria,
For Jamaica—Christopher Duncan and
Du Roger Arnold.
For Puerto Rico—Carlton Browne and
Albertha Francis

In Touch With Barbados
Coastal Station

Cable and Wireless (W.1.) Ltd., advise
that they can now communicate with the
following ships through their Barbados
Coast Station:— °
Starerest, ss. California, 8.8.
Hallanger, s.s. Barendrecht, s.s. Lianis
Hen, s.s. Carbet, s.s. Gaseony, §.A.
Seapearl, ss. Athelstat, s.s. Dalesman,
s.s. Golfito, s.s. Brazil, 8.5. Carmen,
s.s. Canadian Constructor, s.s. Sun-
prince, 5.8. Cottica, s s. Afghanistan, 8.8,
Winter Hill, s.s. Bergljot, s.s. Jessie
Marsk, 6.5. Marques due Comillas, 5.8
American Clipper, s.s. John Chandris,
as. Gelfstream, s.s. Lepton, 4.5 Alcoa
Pioneer, s.s. Imperial Winnipeg, 5.5,
El Gallo, Chrysanthy, 6.6. Armar,
as. Dagei Nurtureton, s,s. Hestia,
John Flanigan, s.s.. Rio Orinoco,
Aliford Bay, s.s. Citadel Victony,
Del Suid, s.s. Ciudad de Caracas,
s.s. Regent Hawk, s.s. North Stay, T/S
Myrto, s s. Canadian Cruiser, 5.8. Locha-
von, s.s. Ariguani, s.s. Lady Nelson,
s.s. Jamaica Producer

RATES OF EXCHANGE

DECEMBER 20, 1951

5.8

8.8

as
5.8
8.8

NEW YORK
75 6/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 70 7710 pr
Sight or
Demand Drafts 70 5/10% pr.
73 6/10% pr. Cable
"2 2/10% pr. Currency 69 1/10% pr
Coupons 68 5/10% pr
60% pr Silver 20% pr
Latest CANADA Latest
69 4/10% pr. Cheques on
Bankers 67% pr
Demand Drafts 66.85% pr.
re Sell Sight Drafts 66 7/10% pr
69 4/10% pr. Cable Ar
$7 9/10% pr. Currency 65 5/10% pr
i’ .. Coupons 64 8/10% pr.
be Silver . seebeees

and Sambas were all in the pro-
gramme which lasted for about
an hour and a half, from 4.30 to
6.00. Less than 2800 persons
attended, while some of the in-
mates looked on from the galler-

ies.

A St. Joseph’s Vestryman (Mr.
Gooding of Strong Hope) was
present and at the end of the pro-
gramme, moved a vote of thanks.
He also took the opportunity to
compliment the Matron and other
Nurses for the good work they had

one during the last year, He con-
Qtidea by offering an excuse for
the Churchwarden, Mr. :
Coward,

Hollywood
Round-Up

HOLLYWOOD, Dec. 20.
EUROPE AND AFRICA will be
the flming sites for Ernest Hem-
ingway’s “Across the River and
Into the Trees” and S. K. Kenne-
dy’s “Duel in the Jungle.” The
stories were acquired by William
Marshall and Samuel Marx as the
first in a series that they intend to
produce independently next year.
Talks are underway for Gary
Cooper to appear in the first with
Michaeline Prelae as the likely
co-star. Kirk Douglas is being
sought for “Duel” which has an
African locale.

PAUL, HENRIED flies in from
Londen on Tuesday, after, com-
pleting his co-starring role with
Lizabeth Scott in “The Stolen
Face” for Lippert release.

KIRK DOUGLAS left for New
York on Monday, Douglas, who
recently finished his star role in
"The Big Sky” at R.K.O, will go
to Lake Success for an indoctrin-
ation course preparatory to leay~-
ing on a United Nations jaunt.

M.G.M. Director, Raoul Walsh,
will complete “Glory Alley” in
time to leave on January 8th on
an extended vacation in Argen-
tina. —U P

Iran Govt. Deputies
ene
Boycott Majlis
TEHERAN, Dec. 20.

Pro-Government Deputies boy-
cotted the Majlis (Parliament)
prevent a quorum and the sc!
uled blast against the Iranian Pre-
mier, Mohammed Mossadegh by
the Opposition leader, Jamael
Emami, It was the first time that
the Government majority had
used these tactics to prevent the
Opposition from speaking,

The Opposition meanwhile de-
cided to campaign in the coming
general elections despite their
charge that Iranian elections are
not free. Emami said, however,
that he personally would boycott
the elections as long as Mossadegh
was Premier.

The Opposition is still taking
sanctuary inside the Majlis build-
ing as a precaution against their
fear of terrorist attacks. They plan
to remain there until Iran has



» “complete security,” which to them

means the end of Mossadegh’s
rule,—U.P.




THE KITCHEN!!

select these items at once

ritius about 1,390,000 tons,
crease of about 70,000 tons over
imports in 1951.”"—B.U.P.



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Friday, November 21, 1951

WESTERN EU ROPE

THE visit this week of Mr. Churhill and
Mr. Eden to Paris before Mr. Churchill's
visit to Washington is significant of the
genuine desire that Mr. Churchill has to
keep on good terms with France and
Europe. » There has been disappointment
and confusion throughout Europe as a
result of what has recently been said at
Strasbourg on behalf of Mr. Churchill and
Mr. Eden. Europeans expected Mr.
Churchill's government to support the
Schuman and Pleven plans and expected
}reat Britain to become an important
member of a European Federal Union.
Now they are disappointed and bewildered
to hear from British spokesmen that Great
Britain can take no part either in Federal
Union or in providing troops for a West-
ern European Army.



The peoples of Europe cannot be expect-
ed to greet with enthusiasm the British
claim to be exempted from full European
partnership because of her special position
with regard to the British Commonwealth.
The peoples of the Commonwealth them-
selves can hardly be expected to appreci-
ate Britain’s needs for special relationship
with Europe. But Great Britain is in fact
an integral part of Europe and she can
hardly continue to play a leading part in
European affairs if she leaves Europe to
settle its own difficulties on the plea that
she has special duties and responsibilities
towards the Commonwealth, Nor can the
people ef the United States be expected
to understand Great Britain’s reluctance
to commit herself to a European policy
which would not be supported by the Brit-
ish electorate.

Mr. Churchill does not have a majority
jarge enough to change British Foreign
Policy from that carried on by the Labour
Party. Already the Daily Herald is. taking
the Conservative Government to task for
having led Europeans to believe that their
Government would have given greater
support to the Schuman and Pleven Plan
than was possible. Conservative prom-
ises, accuses the Herald, are responsible
for embarrassing British Foreign Policy.
Whatever the merits of such criticism
there is no doubt that Europe is disap-
pointed with Great Britain’s aloofness.
Yet what else could Mr. Churchill do?
His Government has only recently seen
the full details of the Pleven Plan. And
Mr, Eden’s intention to follow a foreign
policy acceptable to the nation as a whole
is a political necessity in an island where
Labour has so many seats in Parliament
and is determined to keep British forces
and British economy free from European
authorities who are not governments of
the left. Europeays cannot be expected to
appreciate these gbstacles to a.new con-
servative Foreign policy and Mr. Church-
ill’s visit to Paris was therefore necessary
as well as significant. His présence in
Europe will have gone a long way to
assure the European peoples that while
Great Britain for many real reasons finds
itself unable to become an integral part of
a Federal Europe or to supply forces for a
Western European Army that country
really is sincere when it says that it will
support a Federal Union when it is formed
and will take part in the defence of West-
ern Europe, as an independent state.

How far Mr.- Churchill’s charm and
prestige will go in soothing the frustration
and disappointment of Europeans it is im-
possible to predict but certainly if any-
thing can help to improve Anglo-Conti-
nental relations at the moment it will have
been Mr. Churchill’s visit to Paris, The
statement issued in London and Paris
after the talks ended that complete agree-
ment ‘had been reached between Great
Britain and France will arouse new hopes
on the continent. Mr. Churchill is now
ready to go to Washington for those very
important talks which he will have with
President Truman early next month.



WRITING
By DANIEL GEORGE

ONE of the mistakes that are often made
is the mistake of writing. “One of the mis-
takes that is often made.”

Put it round this way: “Of the mistakes
that are often made this is one.” You see,
“mistakes,” being plural must be followed
by “are.”

The publisher who advertises: “One of
the funniest books that has been written”
should know better. He would see his error
if he recast the sentence thus: Of the books
that have been written this is one of the
funniest.”

Similarly, the impatient reader who tells
me that I am “one of those chaps who takes
a delight mistaken in

in finding fault” is

more ways than one

I do not wish to imply that this is a very
grave fault in English. Tf is due to careless-
ness and can easily be avoided.







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World Assembly Of

, ARNULF M. PINS

From Survey

A new type of technical assist-

ance programme, designed to meet
the needs of young people in the
underdeveloped areas of the
world, was projected in August

i951 by 550 youth leaders from 65
countries meeting at Cornell Uni-
versity, in Ithaca, in the north-
eastern State of New York. It wes
but one of many resolutions and
projects adopted by the World

Assembly of Youth which held its ;

first triennia] General Assembly in

the United States around the
theme of “Youth and Human
Rights.”

At the present time plans are

for the World Assembly of Youth
(WAY) to establish a demonstra-
tion youth center and leadership
training institute in one or more
underdeveloped areas, Young tech-
nicians will work in the aréas of
“handicraft, citizen participation
personal health, nutrition, and
modern methods of agriculture.”

The WAY plan differs from the
present technical assistance pro-
grammes of the United Nations
and the United States by ex-
tending their principle to the areas
of youth leadership training and
citizenship education, The projects
which will be conducted under vol-
untary auspices, will make it pos-
sible for more young people to go
to Asia and Africa to help develop
educational and recreational pro-
grams for young people.

Founded in 1948 in London, the
World Assembly of Youth is an
organization through which young
people can work together inter-
nationally on common interests
Any country which has a national
coordinating youth council] can
apply for membership, but no in-
dividual national organization is
eligible.

The purposes of WAY are:

1. To promote internationa!
understanding by providing an
opportunity for young people vo
meet and to consider common
problems and to evolve solutions;
to learn international coopera-
tion through actual experience.

2. To extend, strengthen, and
enrich youth work and yeuth
movements throughout the
world through programs of ex-
change of personnel, information,
publications, and experience.

3. To give young people an
opportunity to be heard and to
participate in the work of the
United Nations, through con-
sultative status with the Econo-
mie and Social Council and
attendance at meetings of other
sections or agencies of the United

a

short three years of its
existence 42 nations have officially
affiliated with WAY. They in-
clude Algeria, Australia, Belgium,

British Guiana, Cameroons, Can-
ada, Ceylon, Dahomey, Denmark.
France, French Guinea, Gabon,

Gold Coast, India, Ireland, Italy,
Lebanon, Luxembourg, Madagas-
car, Malaya, Malta, Martinique,
Middle Congo, Netherlands,
Nigeria, Northern Rhodesia,
Oubangui-Chari, Pakistan, Phil-
ippines, Senegal, Sierra Leone,
Singapore, Surinam, Sweden,
Togo, Trinidad and Tobago,

Turkey, Union of South Africa,
United Kingdom, United States,
Upper Volta, Viet Nam. Young
people from 25 other nations
attended the conference as observ~
ers. Representatives from all
areas have equal status in WAY.



y ROBERT GLENTON.

A fortnight ago there should
tho dignified advertisements
fo the Lord Chamberlain an-

ing. tihe . dates
st debutantes can gather in
Trews “det ex¢itement to be pre-

The King’s planned convales-
cence cruise in the spring may
year .

Does it matter?
are telephoning the Lord Cham~-
berlain’s office to find out if there
Palace it appears to matter a great
deal.
something like £500,000 a year to
bring out the debutantes, Father
of anything under £1,000 for the
season,

Before a girl can be presented
she must have a sponsor who has
sor herself must apply for the
girl's invitation,
tlewomen seeking an easy~ -made
additi®n to their income, a racket

The Lord Chamberlain was
angry. It was decreed that any
to present a girl would be refused
permission to present again, But,
means of getting over that obsta-
cle.
highest figure a man has ever paid
to see his daughter at Court. That

In the economy days since the
war the old glamorous evening

have appeared in the newspapers
when the
sented at Court,
mean no presentation Courts next
To the anxious mothers who
are any instructions from the
Before the war it was costing
was lucky to get away with a bill
Must Have Sponsor
already been to Court. The spon-
With many impoverished gen-
sdon flourished,
woman found to have been paid
of course, there are ways and
£10,000 is supposed to be the
was just before the last war.
presentation Courts have gone.

WRITER claiming that men

have much more business
sense than women, recalled to
me Mme. Haussmann’s plaintive
remark to a friend: —

“Every time we buy a house
in Paris the moment we begin
to settle down in it a boulevard
passes through it.”

Miss Snibbo

HE report that the exquisite
Mimsie Slopcorner is to be
Miss Snibbo will make Thread-

gold’s Theorogrip Garterette, Ltd.,
wince. The terms of Mimsie’s
contract include some curious

stipulations owing to the variety
cf uses to which the Snibbo pro-
ducts can be put, She will have
to be prepared to make her face
shine like a ballroom floor with
Snibbolene. She must eat Snibbo
grease axles with it

from hats
railings with

in public,

remove beer-stains

with it smear rusty

Youth

The Young Adult Council of the
National Social Welfare Assembly
served the meeting as host. YAC,
the United States member of
WAY, is composed of 14 major
national youth organizations in the
United States .

Werking in forums, workshops,
ccmmittees, and plenary sessions
yo. g people of many races,
religions, and a wide variety of
political beliefs deliberated on
common problems and aspirations
and hammered out practical pro-
grams that youth organizations
cen carry out together to over-
come the problems which con-
front young people everywhere.
They ca‘led strongly tor achieve-
ment of freedom of dependent
areas. Raising their voices against
aiscrimination and illiteracy, they
worked out progr:ms to fight
against these evils.

The international youth leaders
cledged WAY’s support to the
United Nations and to the imple-
mentation of the UN’s Declara-
tion of Human Rights. They
decided to establish a WAY-week
around Human Rights Day
(December 10) and to celebrate
UN Day (October 24) by aiding
campaigns for the United Nations
International Children’s Emer-
gency Fund. They called for more
youth participation in National
Commissions for the United
Naticns Educational, Scientifle.
und Cultural Organization and
other UN activities.

Youth leaders set up a sub-
commission on Rural Youth to
study, special problems and to plan
for an international conference on
rural youth to be held in 1952 un-
der the auspices of the United
Nations Food and Agricultural Or-
ganization. Special commissions on
students and the status of women
were also established.

One of WAY’s major objectives
is to enhance travel opportunities
for young people. in this connec-
tion the delegates called for the
simplification of custom and pass-
port formalities, the abolition of
visas, and the issuance by WAY

of a special travel card. They
adopted a programme for ex-
change of young workers and

youth leaders from one country to
another during 1951 and 1952.
They laid” plans for seeking re-
duction of international trans-
portation fares and the establish-
ment of educational programmes
and tours for young travellers,

The youth representatives of all
countries united to help young
people in less developed areas, In
this connection they scheduled a
regional youth conference to be
held in South East Asia in the
spring of 1952, planned to send
field workers to Africa, Asia, and
South America. authorized the is-
jsuance of new publications and a
travelling library of audio-visual
material,

The conference was designed to
focus on the Universal Declara-
tion of Human Rights. But this
led naturally to discussion of such
subjects as education, working
conditions, freedom of movement,
freedom of youth organizations,
discrimination, juvenile delin-
quency, world citizenship, devel-
opment and organization of rural
youth movements, problems of
youth in dependent countries, im-



Now the presentations are done
at afternoon Palace parties. The
debutantes are not presented in-
dividually, The King and Queen
walk down the line speaking
occasionally to a specially favour-
ed one.

Title, If There Is Money

A girl can—and many do today
—go to her presentation in a
utility dress.

“A girl and her mother just buy
the new hat, gloves, and the sum-
mer dress they would normally
get.” I was told by Mrs, Horace
Farquharson, a_ professional ad-
viser on the intricacies of “com-
ing out.”

“Less fuss is made of titles
among debutantes today. A title
is only valuable if there is money
with it. Most girls work for a
living. Their friends are from

varying social levels.

“Presentation is still one of the
great moments in the life of the
modern society girl. But no long-
er because she is looking fdr a
husband. They pick their hus-
bands differently now.”

The cruelty has gone out of a
debutante’s life, too, said Mrs,
Farquharson. The “season” could
be very brutal to a girl who was
shy, dull, or plain,

Ticket To The ‘Debs’ Ball

Today it can—and often does—
cost up to £2,000 for the girl who
still insists on something like a
“season,”

But for most debutantes social
life consists of the appearance at
Court and a 50s. ticket to the
debutantes’ ball given in aid of
Queen Charlotte’s Hospital,

During the war, when there
were no presentations, the ball
was the only substitute—though
officially it didn’t count.

it cure coughs, rheumatism,
measles, and neuralgia with it
and make ther ears glamorous
with it. “It’s a bit of a rise” said
her mother, “after her being the
Dustbin Lid Queen of 1951.” Her
father said: “All it comes to is
that some mayor will kiss her
at a bazaar, and get his mug
smeared with the stuff.” Mimsie
said; “Ai thenk this is mai big
chawnce.”

Waste Of Breath

B* giving a hundred mice
hiccoughs, and catching their
breath in little pigskin bags, a
scientist has proved that if the
ordinary man used his breath
economically he could save
enough of it in eight hours ‘to
turn the sweeps of a miniature
mill far thirty-two minutes. I
am reminded of this scientific
fact by an article about the con-
trol of breathing, which makes a
man breath-conscious. The ordin-
ary man breathes without notic-

!

migration and émigration, the}
character of youth movements, and
assistance to under-developed |
areas 4
Youth leaders from every part)
of the world had an opportunity
to see something of the United
States—the host country—to hear
some of its noted men and women |
speak, and to meet with repre-
sentatives from other nations
working in the United Nations.
The dele; arrived in New)
York City inf¢hartered planes, to
participate 4m programmes = and
tours already planned for them. |
Approximately 100 attended a}
Seminar on Technical Assistance
in New York prior to the Assem-
bly. At Ithaca, their entertainment
included performances by the
Ballet Theater, the National
Broadeisting Company (NBC)
Symphony Orchestra; the Hal
Johnson Choir, and the dance;
Pearl Primus. Delegates also saw
exhibits of paintings by youne
Americar, and displays of youth
organizations and the United Na-
tions. After the Assembly, tours
of eastern and midwestern com-|

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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1951



LORD ELTON*,
Socialis:,

himself a one-time
takes stock for the new Baron
of the Left

REBEL DAVIE

—will be a tonic for Lords

“DAVID Kirkwood, Clydesider, a peer!”

{So his ineredulous friends would doubtless
have exclaimed in 1916 when he had just
been deported from the Clyde for leading

wartime agitation against rents; so they

would have exclaimed in 1922, when he first

ppeared in the House of-Commons, one of
suspect little band of newly-
lected Clydesiders,

laimed in the early 1930s.
But a great deal of water has flowed since

then, not only down the Clyde but under
Westminster Bridge, and by no means all
|ef it has been Blue.
|years David Kirkwood has
shed the suffix to his name; for some while
he has been no longer Kirkwood the Clyde-

in recent
imperceptibly

Moreover,

ider, but plain David Kirkwood—a change

munities give them a more com-| hich he may well have welcomed for it is

plete picture of life in the United |
States.

During the meetings WAY dele-
gates heard representatives o
adult agencies and of governmen
express intgrest in their work. Ai/|
the openifig session Ben Cohen |
Assistant Secretary General o
the United Nations, explained th: |
similarity between WAY and ‘‘i¢ |
UN. “To-morrow,” he remin.(ec |
the delegates, “you may be thx
‘eaders in the UN and its special-
ized agencies.”

They heara vean Acheson, thc |
U.S. Secretary of State, tell them |’
that they belonged in that grou |
which “believes in the human |
spirit, in the indomitable spirit o
man—which is guided by a ene
of a better world.” They were
spurred by the words of desdame|
Vijaya Laskshmi Pandit, Ambas- |
sador from India to the United |
States, who said: “I believe that |

|

|lways more satisfactory to be known as

meself,

MELLOWED
And if now there is to be another change

tad he is to be plain David Kirkwood no
enger, this may be understood to imply that
le man has mellowed. Which is altogether

» his credit; for he was always essentially
friendly person and, like many rebels,
vner of a particularly warm heart, and if
» has mellowed it is doubtless because in
1e course of 30 years he has not been able
) help enlarge his circle of friends.
The process of mellowing, however, is
‘radual and inconspicuous, and when the
ranslation of a rebel to the supposedly
‘arefied atmosphere of the gilded chamber

you—the young people of the | Jraws sudden public attention to it, a cer-

world—will elect to climb the|
mountain and watch the sun rise, |
and that the time will come when
through tolerance and mutual co-
‘operation—world peace becomes |.
not only a_ wish but a blessed |

iin number of hands are apt to be raised in

»>-ous horror.

Contrasts are always dramatic and on
uch occasions the rebel’s record qs duly

reality.” And they pondered the | 3¢arched for the past indiscretions and vitu-
words of Mrs. Franklin Delano | perations which his new status has suddenly

Roosevelt, U.S. Representative on

the UN’s Human Rights Commis- e

endered so incongruous—vituperations, it

sion who warned that the future) may even be, against the gilded chamber it-

promised to be hard and uncer-|.,
tain. “It will be difficult waiting |
for people to grow up, waiting for |
the conscience of the world to}
catch up with the concept of hu- |
man rights, and every individual | \@
will have to carry his own re-|2
sponsibility. But it will also be a iE
most exciting time to live, a time
in which you young people may!
be able to. bring about
needed changes
nnd peaceably.”
In no part of the conference did |
delegates seek to resolve their|
differences by falling back upon |

vitally |
democratically |

»bjectors,
Allen of Hurtwood became a_ picturesque

elf,
THE PACIFIST
I well remember how, in 1932 when a peer-
ge was conferred on Clifford Allen, pacifist
nd ex-chairman of the Independent Labour
-arty, for a few days there was a veritable

|Press witch-hunt through the inaccessible
and half-forgotten records of the unimpor-
; ant

wartime conclaves of conscientious

But it did not last long and Lord

nationalistic or ideological catch-| and respected member of the Upper House;

words, Calmly and seriously they
jtackled this important learning}
experience in citizenship respon-

|nor did his utterances there so far as I know
jever outrage the susceptibilities of Their

sibility and international relations. | Lordships.

And in providing themselves with
a lesson in democratic participa- |
tion they gave the adult world a
demonstration of real maturity.



The woman who organised the
ball for years was tall, aristo-|
cratic-looking Lady
Graeme,

Hamond-| sarlier

Which is not to say that he had abandoned

|his principles but merely that he, too, had
(Congresses & Conventions) ;mellowed, a process which, after all,
| desirable in human beings as in wine.

Debutantes Are Waiting |

is as

And the House which Kirkwood will enter

‘s, in one respect at least, a different place
.o that to which Clifford Allen — and for

hat matter John Morley and not a few
iconoclasts—so speedily adapted

She has just retired from the nimself,
task, but throughout her time she| LONELY MEN
was the sergeant-major of debu-| Unti . er
tantes. With a microphone in ntil comparatively recently Socialist

front of her she would command| peers were lonely figures, sprawling some-

and chide
debutantes,

“Last year,” said Lady Hamond-
Graeme, “I really told them off. |
I said they were the worst lot I
had ever met. ‘Put your heads up| t
and your sterns in, You'll enter
the room like a lot of camels!’,|
I told them. That got them.|
They were the best of the lot.”

Lady Hamond-Graeme is in a
position to judge the debutante of
today, “She's very much _ nicer
than the girl of the pre-war years.
She is so much better mannered.
There were some frightful crea-
tures before the war.”

Dress Too Tight To Curtsy

the white-gowned



sors that the modern debutante!
is well behaved. For the Court, ©

holds the sponsors responsible for| ence and
is still

It was beautiful | | through a vast amount of unpaid and unpub-
licised work essential to
still the most dignified as well as the most

any of the errors of their charges. |
There was a girl who wore a
skin-tight dress,
and she was proud of it..
she arrived in’the Palace. She
suddenly realised she couldn't
curtsy without splitting the dress.
She thought fast, and, with the @
fascinated eyes of every other
woman watching her, flung her-
self low in an Eastern obeisance.

until!

what self-consciously amid a sea of empty
| ced benches; nowadays, however, that section
of the Chamber in which the new peer will

ake his seat can on occasion house quite a

formidable phalanx of Socialist peers, some
}of whom in their day, if the truth were
| known, have probably expressed sentiments
which,
Lordships, would have sounded as odd as
anything which the electors of Clydeside
ever heard from David Kirkwood.

if uttered within earshot of Their

Moreover, there are nowadays a_ good

Pe ; many more trade unionists than ex-Viceroys
It is just as well for their spon-|in the House.

In all other respects, how-
ver, it is the same. The standard of experi-
specialist knowledge in its debates
unique; its committees still get

Parliament; it is

ncient assembly in the world, whose

debates are invariably decorous in spite of
the fact that it is also the only assembly

Her mentor was promptly re-| which has never had a chairman of any

fused permission
Court again.
Then there was the high rank-| Pp
ing woman who sponsored unwit- |
tingly a divorcee. She could.never |

to appear at/ kind to keep it in order;

Of which unique
henomena David Kirkwood who if my

memory serves me, has had his clashes with

present another person after that.) the Speaker of the Commons in his day,

—L.E.S.



‘will doubtless have taken note.

BY THE WAY eeeee By Beachcomber |

HARD-HITTER
No new Member with a sense of history

can enter the Lords without a certain sense
ing it, as to the manner born, and|of awe, but Kirkwood will not he coming

so wastes breath. It occurs to me
that a nation-wide campaign to
save breath might
enormous stockpile,
create artificial
fog over all

large city, or

sufficient »
hurricanes, or to|P
e to cool an area of|
porridge the size of Trafalgar]
Square. Let us make this so-}p
called twentieth century the h
breath-minded century. d

Who Would Have Thought It?

WILD cry rang through a
correspondence column the

other day: “We can’t all sere
to keep birds for the table.”
knew a rich man who kept
stud of racehorses for his table
He was rather’a “horsey” man,
whore father had been at the, y,
Siege of Ladysmith, and _ he'd
vowed never to eat ordinary
horse again. He was of course,
cut by the racing people. And
the hunting people. And by the
eating people

jempty handed. For if the Upper House is

result in anj to

maintain its influence and continue to
lay the part of a genuine Senate in the

the windows in . coming age it must continue to absorb new
;Members with a wide variety of social and

olitical background. And one so vital, so
onest and so picturesque, with so long a

emocratic experience and with such a gift |
for making friends as the new noble Lord
| will certainly make his own individual con-
tribution in his novel and august surround-
ings.

For during a long career David Kirk-

a| ¥ wood has repeatedly hit the nail on the head,
|and though it may sometimes have been the

rong nail, he has invariably hit it fair and

square.

"LORD ELTON, poet, history don and broadcaster
was expelled from the Socialist Party as a supporter of
Ramsay MacDonald in 1981 MacDonald made him a
baren

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—-L.E.S.

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE FIVE

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Tourists Will Be Told ‘Taxi Fares with Bird’s sith tna
COMMISSIONER oe CROWDING SANTA CLAUS *









Brisk Business







r ticeable featu ' the
1 istmas shopping ir the City
yesterday was the brisk busine
done by the sellers of toy r
i j : posteards There was i large
Tourists will be told of the amount they should pay taxi number of children with the
drivers, and the Police will invite them to report any driver parents about the various busine
who charges in excess of the amount, the Commissioner of places and great re the d



Police told about two dozen taxi drivers yesterday when
giving them a talk in which he asked for their co-operation.
After the talk, some of the taxi drivers posed certain diffi-
culties which usually confronted them to the Commissioner.
The Commissioner said that ‘
with the approach of the Christ- You should try it for a month anc
mas and tourist seasons,” hie S¢¢ how it works.
thought it. was fitting that he At present, too, there is ne
should give taxi drivers a talk on indication to show which cars are
their duty and... responsibility t2*!8._ The sign’ “taxi” should be
for the improvement of the taxi marked on the windscreen of each

mands for a toy cart, gun, mot
ear and other thing

The postcard vendors vied
each other as to the colouri:
display and wording of their po
cards, but there was hardly cause
fcr preference. There were man
purchasers

The soda fountains and re
taurants did a good trade as well
for in most cases the tired shoppe
¢ found his way to one or the othe





: . of these places fo scessary re Give every meal a party spirit trimmings. Bird's Jelly-de-l

cab service, and the mutual ‘bene- waxi ania would notice that ame Tn eines the serve Bird's Telly. de - Luxe in sets quickly, perfectly and the

fit of themselves and the public Tent ceitace Peete On, , “4 seating accommodation was plain wonderful ways. Play up their delicious fruit flavours

which they served. form, he added ee ; ly inadequate rich, clear colours ... fill the orchard right > you
“It is the duty of every taxi ; Co-op retio ateerosctenmmnenssusmanensncsistiiass them with fruit...serve them home, Make one toni

driver,” he said, “to keep his cab The Commiamenore ae point | in exciting shapes with pretty and just see!

clean | and in good mechanical was the question of co-operation

condition, otherwise it should noc

between the Police and taxi

be on the road. A private car can drivers.

‘be kept in any condition in which















| Only Jird’s Jelly-de-t ‘you
1 separate tablets for hall vitles
. ‘ n . “Police are not here to try and 4 ond this Vaiiqus Bodeycomb ms ulding
an owner felt like keeping it, but get convictions against you,” he ere ee
not a taxi. raid. “We do not want to prose- *
The driver, too, must be neat cute you, but if you insist on |
on all occasions.” breaking ihe traific rules and
He said that their taxis should regulations, we must prosecute
be parked only on authorised you.
places nd_ drivers generally “We are ready to help you and
should obey the laws and regula- sive te a fair chance to earn JELLY-DE-LUXE
2 ai ; your living.”
eee concerning the operation of Some of the taxi drivers asked SANTA CLAUS finds it difficult to take gifts out of his bag. This occurred at the Police Christmas Party
“It is y — ibili the Commissioner questions and at St. Cecilia yesterday evening.
that peLmnien are coronas told him of difficulties which were As soon as ape hetagagg played by Cpl. Best of the Police Band, walked on to the lawn he was sur An assortment of beautiful see Seep uneneena
‘ § ) ‘ ia ded by eager children. im |
and carefully s jy Putin their way. roun vi . J
‘olaces her umm ns oe One said that they had begun aneete nee Evening Bags with only a Saas BEBBR BBB BEBE a"s
4 ’ to put up the sign, “Taxi” on their N . ° . e ay" - 2 ia
should only charge the proper : 2 © few of each design. r ‘ “
i ’ cars, but the police had made \ sy > 4 t tk Sessions / d ourne Ls] N oO r I q I ma
tape. Sok ae ear ee ssembly Singers [.ntertain journed ea I 4 =
Two Types Another said that there was A ‘ H Until January At Your Jewellers ..... a
He gave them examples of qwo Space,spout the “eity and they CSuests At Government House J ; ps _
types of taxi drivers. One, he said, parking of their cars, ‘i The Hon'ble the Chief Justice| i. a” Our Store will be closed on | |
west ene eae purely to MrAnother said that it was im- THE ASSEMBLY SINGERS of Speightstown enter- Sif Alun Collvmore CC. seter-|| Wo De LIMA | Sq 4th DECEMBER. |
> e fi 5 5 ciate pi a a : se ay Vv Sé r , ; “} -R.
thought that rules and regulations Pes Taxi Association tle was in tained guests at Government House last night to a “Carob of Grand Sessions an. enjoyable ‘0.. LTD s., MONDAY 24th DEC N Po]
did not apply to him. He did not the business about 19 years and Musicale”. The choir of 20 voices (eight males and 12 Christmas before adjourning the & €O., L " a
spend any money on the mainte- during that time there had been females) was conducted by Mrs. J. A. Haynes of “Camelot”, Ce urt until January 2. The two a an
nance or repair of his taxi and it at least 19 attempts to form an St, Peter, who is their musical adviser. cases—-Rex vs. Pearl Roach and 20 Broad Street Ss Cc Ltd
was in a poor mechanical condi- association, but all had failed. | If ' "| oe Mie wenel mcs which vere Pm H. Jason Jones & c "
tion and very untidy. He himself the Commissioner could think of The programme was set out in ing and larceny at Josey Hill, ' De heard yesterday were ad-
was shabbily ‘dressed and when 8 workable way of forming an three parts. The choir first sang The shop is owned by Maurine JOurned as°some of the witnesses SSBB RaT eee 2 8

he carried tourists about the association, he and others would a set of carols then a set of Spirit- Boyce,























and Xmas Tree decora-

id not attend the Court, Se OE ae ee a ” BREREBRBRBHEELUABRABA

a willingly Co-operate uvals:.and. ended with another set Before adjourning the cases the ONG NN NG NG NENG NN NS S9RCOCCOOD GOD SPE F PORE OPO SD SOOO EOE om
peas pe wae ee The last point @ taxi driver of Sorole ST. PETER CHOIRS ave pre- Chief Justice said that some in- . 4 Mi : & . >
from eae muen as nencourd get Grew to the Commissioner's at- Miss Elaine Jordan sang two paring for the annual New Year vestigations should be made in the | 3 Last mute we)? wv ~
‘ i yas 507 rists ; “ rdan.” Day singing contest which is held method of summoning witnesses. | } tier a Ya’ %
The other man, he said, kept tention was that some tourists colos, Roll On Jordan Old ae , cee acer 4 1 , . s - ’ 3s
himself neat, his car in good re- Were contacted by certain car Black Joe” and “Twinkle, 4 Kensington Oval. 4 feittinnt ore ee arbre SD XMAS co s ra ¢ A Lin G x
pair, obeyed the traffic regulations, 2W€TS before they reached the Twinkle Little Star” were select- Permission was given the Com ate 1 e to. the many x «& . ‘ ¥
wile ° ia to t 7 ey Ran ed island and he said that that should 64 as the Spirituals and “Silent munity Choirs’ Association yester- holidays, the retrials and disagree- SS ) 7 ie | ‘ al I yr ds
ith ans ce and charge? "not be allowed. Night" as a quartette. day to stage this competition a: ™ents,” the Chief Justice said : [ resents from | £ ABsee >
Which of thee rho h » ..The Commissioner reminded ~~ the oval, The Test Piece on th > ils hy x
hatasbed es once helps thé them that the Police had already A REPRESENTATIVE gather- cecasion is “Here We Bring Ni = CMs 4 %
oaks ee stopped such and asked them to jng of parents and friends helped Water” ‘* i " > a eek mn ’ a v98¢ %
om he f the Bast draw any other instances of it to to make the Christmas Entertain- vm , ; 4 Gifts I or | he I oor > 4 , . | t A dy For t ware Geka %
“A taxi driver is on@ of the first his attention. ment held by the teachers and Hleven choirs have so far et : MOIRS 1-tb Chocolates in | s > : 5
men with whom a tourist to this pupils of the All Saints’ Girls tered the competition. The dea: Officers and members of the » Boxes. a $ *) Bargains %
island comes in contact and since ar School on. Tuesday afternoon a line for entering the competitio, James Street Church presented FRY’S PEI RMINT 1 8
first impressions last, the tourists ‘a r success , was extended until Saturday whe Money and foc aa the DOR = CREAMS in Bo *s %
will judge the people of the island F l e Al m the draw for the order of sing- yesterday evening Breeeet PASCALLS Marshmellows % %
to a large extent by the behaviour a Te Pupils sani Givicnes ing will take place at Mil’ ain (he ees aise’ hea Rp ASCALLS Barley Sugar in Oe > ARDATH CORK TIP CAGARE TEES %
0 @X1 drivers, : ‘ arols & se Si >* pet ros., axters oad a p.m a 7 mY Bottles. E | ‘ n sh s
“If the taxi driver is polite and gone Fire Brigade rushed to the Jighting the entertainment _were Street BISCUITS in Xmas tins & & Y in Presentation Packages of 4 x 50 Cigarette 3.20 %
helpful, tourists will go away Polite Mavk he ond — at the -two plays, one by the seniors = ——— "Wis is an annual «distribution in Presentation Pkts. ii %
with a good impression and when only to find out that the smorung the other by the juniors.’ The Over 250 poor people flocked the SCOTCH SHORT BREAD | % Presentation Tins of Sharp's Toffee x
they reach their country, they will ©MY 'o fn out that the summons audience showed great apprecia- building yesterday to receive their bi) and dozens of other kinds. % act sh’s Toffee %
re be . was a false alarm. tion of the plays. i ee Poised! . ‘| SCUITS \ of Mackintosh's Toffee R
tell others of the courtesy of the “~The Police were told that a w ‘ ‘ siands Christmas gift. These gifts came SODA BISCUITS ‘ ,
2 e to. at a wo- Mr. L. T. Gay, District Inspect- eke : . ett an 0k Saaia I . 1 “ @
people and tell them that Bar- man was destroying by fire the ,, thools, ‘was present and from. members. of James. Street MOUTH ORGANS also is arm ctiaess * wy . Nines at RT mn %
bados ts-an-ideat place for tourists bodies of a number of ratsin apart * ,ratinted the pupils on thelr Church, but the presentation was | §#Chromatic MOUTH pee BOXES OF CHOCOLATES in '% & IIb, by I %
ie. A Poon __ of the building where no rum was Se mance De end On made on behalf of the het EE ee ae é and Cadbury's x
, however, the taxi driver is stored. Someone observed the Y / Street and Speightstown Circui TOFFEE in small tins $ y
shabby, rude and charges exor~ smoke and summoned the Fire THE POST OFFICE in Speights- rhis Circuit is made up of nine i rertume Novelties Ht % Q
bitant fares, they will dissuade Brigade, but when they arrived the town—like the one in the City— ° churches 6 different kinds 2@G| °° %
itheir countrymen from coming to fire had already been put out. | is busy every day now because of gricu ture be “ SN! ES X
Barbados. Hurrying to the scene, the fire the Christmas season. XMAS DECORATIONS ot & % KNIGHTS DRUG STOR %

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Short-SightediPoliey Sf the Lower Green on which only. 9, eseeraay morning. along line SAYS BURRA Driver Fired 15]- [agp att kinds inctuaing Tetetes |:

: : 8 “ Sb Me ; Y of people kept the Post Mistress “ ‘ é ' ‘

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4 tching stamp gi out ry ¥ ti & A AMMA AOA OOOO AA ALOE A LALA MAA A AOA EF
dispatching stamps, Ziving ut ‘ 1 efe ons }) <=
short sighted policy, they would, Street are allowed to pass. In do- parcels and attending to money Scant A Aan Cnwer- vated k or k ailing I o Stop ae |) v)
as time pass on get less tourisis ing so it collided with the car orders ote tt RGEICG Wintiveard BS roy PISTOLS oe |
and less fares. Even when one X-823, badly damaging the right fi Islands. #eturned to Dominica yes+. 4 fine of 15/~ to be paid in 14 AcoRK MATS decorated & \
taxi driver did that he would still Tear fender. The engine continued One woman had over 50 post ep Is, Seat 1 A eave. day or 21 days’ imprisonment } Cakes in a Xmas Box of oe Ni
be harming the fairjname of Bar~ 9" its way to the scene. ; cards to send out while others SeNy Meenditte the inaurute! Was imposed on Edward Robin- o va i)
bados and hurting his fellow-taxi’ The car is owned by Winston came in with smaller bunches. @fter attending the nagurar son of the General Bus Co, by Mr = Best Quality SOAP | }
drivers ” : ‘ Johnson of the Navy Gardens, and Ay one time, only about 20 peo- meeting of the British ( aribbean, GS Griffith Acting Police Mag-| a fin kitids, zm i
Where. dé nothing) worsey he. Was., being driven by Conrad ple were in the Post Office, but Technical | Advisory stapes on lateate of Dlatrict “At. »
said, than the we ene > tose Phillips of Weston, St. James. the “red tape” in the delivery of Agriculture. Animal Hea th ate ~ e &
drivers attack—for it is little less parcels and the dispatch of postal ony Forestry and tS He w found pullty ot peng % VD ; A GK )
than attack—tourists as soon as orders kept some of them waiting oe to stop the bus J f wher if 1 \{
they arrive at the Baggage Ware- 40 : For Assault for over an hour He said that he had enjoyed the Signalled to do so by EF Slice Con: = BRUCE WEATHERHE D & |
house. a Quite a number of letters were meetings and added that work in Stable Brathwaite The offence ny " & \ BEDROOM SLIPPERS
“It is terrible,” he said. “If a . 4 fine of 40/— or one month’s being posted before 9 a.m. when the smailer islands whilst absorb- Was. committed on October ¢€] RR. LTD. \ BLOUSES and SCARVES (
ante t oai risonment with hard labour t ; being prepared Mor jing -« as erhtenie tans nterest,| While Robinson was driving the] a ees ; U
man wants to take a taxi, he-impri: the mail is being prey ing and of the greatest interes, a i Pi “arr HANDBAGS—in Plastic and Leather
would take it if you attack him or Was See, a Se going to Bridgetown by van. left little opportunity of liaison|bus along Probyn Street, (NIN GN NN ON DN NON OND Z DRESS LENGTHS ,
Sound Breas ee ee he appeared’ before Mr. C.-L. $PEIGHTSTOWN is _ lookin, Frorn atetd Sessional INET S| 9A OO9SOOOT DODO DOODS VIO DITO EIT FOCEED EY 5 | UL eae. aren
3 ‘er j , charge ith brighter with new stores being at aaa kate » kaid % | { ‘ § INGS
stopped and if you continue tof Walwyn yesterday charged with brig a eye With regard to forestry, he saic | DKERCHIN Sia
humbug, we will humbug you.! assaulting Police Constable 28 opened. At the corner of Orange jn0¢ all the islands depended $1) NYLON. PANTI S, SLIPS and NIGHTIES
A man seen doing this will be pense ie ie ~ — of and Ceanch Sigets, Sr D. Kee, upon agriculture for their liveli- g $ |) DU BARRY'’S TAI (CUM via : "
stopped from working his car that his duty on December 19, ram opened a cloth sto apo hood, The soil was their most SI 4 ARDI EY’S and ATKINSON’S GIFT SETS
f a week ago and Mr. C. L. Rollock, | aaj agent ow with al@ NI) GOYA, YARDLEY'S anc NSO! } I
Th cxyintie would work well if 2 who has been corte busi~ Fiveiedhic’ cilmete, Phi "bette x ${| \
they ook it by turns and not try Put On Probation ness at Sruseh Btxast. for a the case, the forest clad slopes % Sih
to make too mu at on z years, is having a pw b which were unsuited for proper anit
frighten away a eo Mr. C. L. Walwyn, Acting put up. He expects to be carry- agriouiiurel davelopment must % %
“T would like to see a Taxi Police Magistrate of District fu ing on business there next year. remain in forest. $ : Cae a ie ae x }
Drivers’ Association formed,” he yesterday placed Joseph Reid o . . "i os ¥ TURBAN MIXED NUTS ' . ps AP sie
said. “No man can achieve any- Westbury Road, St. Michael on _HAROLD ¢ OLLYMORE = He said that denudation of % TURBAN DATES per pkt ate, %
thing by himself, probation for 12 months in the Josey Hill, St ten thy Mr forest meant swift agricultural % APIE PEANUT BUTTER per Jar 61e. %
“If you had an association you sum of £5 for the fraudulent manded on Wednes By ie ‘Fi ruination and wise legislator x TINS FRUIT SALAD ; per Tin 67c. ¥ v
would appreciate that you should conversation as a bailee of £4. S. H. Nurse, Police Magis * Cathe: should realise this before it was} % ne - ao a ahr reaiieiel er bottle 60c % | i}
take passengers by turns. That is The offence was committed on District ; nore ; tae a too late. 2 BOLS. SES TN ON A eORS . sottle $3.84 % | — i
what_is done in other countries, December 19. more is charged with shop ak- rete Ta re Sas! a Ce N B ES EURS per Bott $3.05 % i
fj Sn SG NG NG NG NB NG NN % DENMOR BONELESS HAMS 24} lb. Tin $3.65 x | / }
|e 3 e “NMOR BONELESS HAMS 4 |b. Tin $5.65 | 4
ims GIVE THE OLD SI Tins pLUeBIRD TOFFEES from 54c. to $1.56 $| DRESS SHIRTS by “Arrow
; e 2 x INS SMEDLEYS RHUBARB per Ti 43 * | Plain coe ind Striped + n
sd Ee tga es eee Se a a ae >. dan 2! SPORT SHIRTS in Cream, Blue, Gre
a PEOPLE A 2 % Prins ’ RASPBERRIES per Tin yt % | Turquoise also a big range of far } )
; e a ¢ TINS 4 PETIT POIS PEAS per Tin 49e. | tdethe
s etliptentetilentn ne @ BOTTLE OF 2 $ FRESH DUTCH CARROTS per tb 36 x | Ta Pieln Colesss ieee ind I i
§ % FR UTC SEETROOT pe b 36 $ and-painted Local Sce (
e bs) FRESH DUTCH BEET bee Ib ee. | Oy ee sPalaias Local Be ;
= HALL HA} PERLSTEIN BEER Piet ae SOCKS, GARTERS and B N)
be » x PERLSTEIN BEER per Carton $4.50 : BUD and "Arrow" SOR iH
we nine : $ MARTELL BRANDY COCKADE RUM % | PYRAMID HANDKERCHIEFS a
2 For XMAS * z 1 7 ‘a. ” , nw % WATERMAN’'S FOUNTAIN PENS ttt
the Homw 2 S|} STANSFELD, SCOTT & CO. LTD. ° WATERMAN'S FOUNTAIN PED |
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bo YOUR OLD BOS eesti tat ett Ati 1 A CALLAO AT EO rere i}
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i Here are some of the most useful gifts 2 with just a S| 2 $
r : ‘ a ie ts 2 Be ; r the biggest assortment in towt
GORGEOUS FRENCH & ENGLISH CARPETS 3 Ble to wish BI) 200s we beret anorine
y S & HAIR BRUSHES
FRENCH, im size 6ft. 4” x 9ft. 5” Each........ oa $165.54 = Drink this Wine and it S . F, ‘ ds & BOYS’ TIES. SHIRTS, BELTS
8ft. 10” x 11ft. 7” Each ... $275.90 | wzspowerful Tonic restorat!veay | ae ustomers and riends ar. PYJAMAS and % HOSE ,
t & . souks
Sit. 9” x 14ft. 9” Each 7508.00 aS me em “i m once. | ‘ GIRLS’ PANTIES, HANDBAGS and ANK
2 x eT , 5 vanishes that tired wear ig INF: TS’ DRESSES. COATS a: tn
Brrecting, builds up stre 2 = a > !
ENGLISH, in size 4ft. 6” x Tit. Fach 000.000.0000... $ 44.02 | Rand makes you full of the M3) Sg Christmas ae ae
9ft. x 10ft. 6” Each ........... hae $107.31 fee? ot lite Pd appy & SPECIAL NOTICE i}
Oft. x 12ft. Each oo... . $122.64 | se ee Ki \
Agents: bp] {\{
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RUGS.— _ in size 27” x 53” Each ......... Bea $ 12.30 SBRUCE WEATHERHEAD ay Pd and { FOR THE CONVENIENCE OF OUR Cl edebaag RS * i}
27” x 54” Each ...... acotlay $ 14.14 4 . $ " . =| @ i). SHORE (ALL DEPARTMENTS) WILL REMAIN OPEN
| 2 LTD. =| a J & i FOR BUSINESS ON SATURDAY, 22ND DECEMBER
2 | a rosperous New . y CAF Bi} FROM 8 AM. UNTIL 4 P.M. CLOSING ONLY BETWEEN i}
= 2 : & 12 NOON AND 1 P.M. AS USUAL FOR BREAKFAST i
BBR AIso sold by ‘i, Oh: wr NY
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A S S I F IE D A D S PUBLIC SALES Greece Elected NO TICKET FOR GAIRY S======—™ YX
CS a: . } | one
. m , ‘ . Trom Our Own Carrespendent mas excursion party that they had) -
TELEPHONE 2508. REAL ESTATS lo U.N, Assembly been advised nat te sell him a| FOR SALE
- “TARGE MODERN BUILDING 90 by 40 GRENADA, Dec. 20. ticket, it being their opinion that | "
For Births, Marriage or Engagemént! FO tor babinval Guitallle Tor GU or | é er PARIS, Dec. 20. Gaity was today informed by Aruban. authorities would not} BARBADOS SHIPPING &
annovneements in Carib Calling the R SALE dwelling. no reasonable offer refus The United Nations General] local agents of the airline by which grant him permission to land, { TRADING CO., LTD.
charge 1s $3.00 for any number of words 1 acre of enclosed land on Ineh } Assembly to-day elected Greece to| he conicmplated a flight to Aruba Two years ago Gairy returned |
up te #9 and @ conte per word for =. Road, Stiver, Sands, sdtuoining Inch-by-| the Security Council after 19|tegetner with a Grenada Christ- to Grenada from Aruba | A number of rights to new
a onal wer: rms casl ne ane as ne OF house spots , ag ssia’s car Ge aoa
ee ee sa 4p .. S133 for Death AUTOMGTIVE 12 cents per square foot Apply on oe —— Russia’s candidate = | Cneenery See tt ee
premises 1 $1—in yelo~ a. | . = Y
a 2h oe Greece was sponsored by the CHANCERY SALE i{{ should assure a steady 5%
are ots eae ana | ie ~The undersigned will offer] United States investment.
DIED SE tar ce ea amen for sale by suction on Friday next, the — hs oa deadlock as the BARPADOS ‘
at hls accepted. Dial 3326. .12.51—6n. | 21st December at 2 p.m. about 3,000 he election deadlock was The undersigned property will be set up for sale at the Registration Office, Apply: BST, c/o Advocate
}OWNE—On Depernber 20th Bhs | ———$—$- —=— —=—=—=—-_———t—— | ‘share rights” ii respect of the recent] longest in the history of U.N.| public Buildings, Bridgetown between 12 noon end 2 p.m. for the sum and on Advtg. Dept. *
ae lence Blades Hill, St. Philip, Geosne issue of Ordinary Shares tyy the BAR-| elections. —C.P. the date specified and if not then sold it will be set up on each succeeding Friday " e 51
ward Browne, Master tailor. His MECHANICAL PADOS SHIPPING & TRADING CO, tee ete ome place and during the same hours until sold, Pull particulars on 1.12.51.
fun ral Mb leave the abov.: residence UTD. The “rights” will be offered 1 Application to me. - ’ - — ——
Fe eT eee eee ee acerca rar are ceveral, Wine, ranging, from 18 te me A JACQUES HUMPHREY SSS I
i ion RICYCLES—2 Girls’ 3 speed Raleigh | “Tights” cach. Carrington & seals, EF ENDANT: A CER
Gladys Brown \wite,, vere Mules! picycies. Dial 2250 —~ 3007 Lucas Street. 19. 1961-30 WANTED OPERTY: FIRSTLY ALL THAT certain piece or parcel of land situate at A
t . . Mario: » _—————— reens parish George slan
ters), Alvian Browne (brother), o0.00.95—20 60. SHARES Barbados Fire I nent ee Se ming s ce rem apa ae aeons
Lalian Browne Josephine Brow fe < ni —o ee and boun by ane ae thirty Sas Be nad
Flo ce |=Brown lone Browne BICYCLE—One Ladies Hercules Sports Soa HELP - ding on two sides on lands of Alph > GALORE
moore es), ae mel wecel Bicycle almost new. Phone 5092.| 108. SHARES Barbados Ice Co., Ltd pin on lands of May Atkins and on a road or however else the , g
(sisters) 71 .12.51—In 19.12 51—&n. 40. SHARES West India Rum Refin- | ~— ee Onn. Hemet son. Homaeanid same may abut and bound and SECONDLY ALL THAT certain
I ETE The sieamnaniebed will be set up for Pp Seimsley,” Guo Hill St. George. piso ta of Tee oie _ i cates 4 oe = aes At Give Away Poleee ||!
THANKS POULTRY sale at Public Auction on Friday next 18.18.5>-S. : ‘one acre two roods abutting and betnding on lates at Dox Hall Santa Has Brought a
SSGIGNTSal ne Ga Poe, |e ES December at 2 p.m. at Carring- MISCELLANEOUS Plantation on land of F. F. C. Gill on lands of G. T. Forde and Bagful At
= ie | ton Sealy. cas 5

————_$_——————_
CLAIRMONTE—Through this medium the
Clairmonte family beg to sincerely | °1°8 enieni—45
thank all friends who sent wreaths, or
in any way aympathized with them in MISCELLANEOUS
their recent sad bereavement. — AUCTION
21.12.51—In AQUARIUM—Imported Show Aqua-

CARRINGTON & SEALY. together with the messuage or dwellinghouse and all and singular
99.12.61—2n the buildings and erections thereon erected and built stand-

ing ont Daan with the appurtenances.

UPSET PRICES 13.4.

parE OF SALE: 30th November, 1951. No. 10 Swan Street and

eS

ANTIQUE JEWELLERY & SCRAP
GOLD PURCHASED. GORRINGES,
ANTIQUE SHOP. 2.12, 51—t.f.n.
jacana eee nr













————
ee | rium, 36x15x12 inches. Angle Iron frame.| 1 will sell on FRIDAY 2ist at 2 p.m WANTED TO RENT H. WILLIAMS, Corner of Church Street,
4 side glass, Slate bottom. Also some|at McEnearncy’s Garage 1 1933 FORD HOUSE or ; Small House or Fiat Registtar--in-Chanceny. Ss
ANNOUNCEMENTS | top 'c! Fish. ARCHTE CLARIES, Dial| SEDAN CAR in good working order. | in the vielnity of Garrison, Beckles Ro. 22.11.51--4n
5148. 19.12.51—3n | Terms cash Brittons Hill, etc. to Advocate From the Large Assortment
—————$—<—$—<——$ R. ARCHER MeKENZIE, Advig. Dept. in Writing. ———$—$$—$—$ $$ We Mention J Few:
———memeemeet | AMERICAN TYPE NECKTIES: Flashy ‘ ‘Auctioneer. 7.12.61—3n e Mew ‘ust a 3
$5 in goods and with. your cash bill} « hot designs at THANI BROS. Dial 3466. 18.12. 51—4n
you ‘get a wise coupe: how many 1.1861—t.hn NOTICE G r DOGS, RABBITS, BEARS, CHICKENS, TALKING DUCKS,
EKCO radio. It certainly pays to shop] BED TICKING—Fancy Striped desigas UNDER THE DIAMOND THE French Auxilary Schooner J PING FR Ss, Lh ay An ILLS and of
Bt A, BARNES & Co, Ltd.) 1 |a very good quality ‘double width at HAMMER Anta i? Benger ia R
14.$1--¢.2.0. | £25 yard wholesellers get usual discount.) —- areenage a we 1, o
o LT Vicit Kirpalani, 52 ‘Swan ‘Steet : I have been instructed by the Tele- 3 gill poe ah ore pelt, ADEty THE CHILDREN WILL BE DELIGHTED
UNIVERSITY COLLEGE OF 31'12.81—1n.| phone “Company to ‘sell at. their yard | mupecesety anne

THE WEST INDIES.



James Street on Friday 2ist December

4b. Steamihip Co. AT OUR TOY TOWN.

qu-nnneoaigalianartiammnnragmts
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LECTURESHIP IN CHEMICAL BRACELETS AND IDENTIFICATION] at 1 o'clock, the following :— Several
PATHOLOGY DISCS. in various styles and design, 4{ 16 ft lengths’ of large sized railway iron, LIQUOR LICENSE N CE ee
APPLICATIONS are invited for the] real gift for Christmas. Shop now, and] several lengths of medium sized rail-) The application of Evans Greenidge cnet abeeaandaeneaesaeaae : enn a;

and Aileen Burke, trading as Evans
Greenidge and Aileen Burke & Co., of
Horse Hill, St. Joseph, for permission
to sell Spirits, Malt Liquors, &e., at

st of Senior Lecturer or Lecturer in J avoid disappointment. Wm. D, Richards} way iron, a collection of scrap lead,
the Department of Pathology, ‘The duties | & Son, McGregor Street. 20.42. 51—2n several 2 gallon fare, a pollection of old
of the t will inelud chemical }* —— nr | telephone boxes, jot of cable drums, a
a * uni ‘CURTAIN LACE & CRETTONES: You| collection of galvanize and other wire,










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as ge ie ue oe ane 1) | must see our wide range on Sale ‘| a large collection of scrap metal, eeeare:| to Sard and. shingle shop With shed| A STEAMER Sails 14th December— arrives Barbados 25th December, 1951. NOTICE
chemical pathology of students working TEOND br og ¥ pee blow torches, one old water pump, and| attached situated at Siree Fan, + G8) Phe edie eeenecheedeacalcnogeeencnihonnntiennnteniteiting < a ane seaies
tt 4 : — Just arrived, ©] other items. Joseph.
fr the miedital dogrete of the Vor those | chipment of Diamond Rings in Gold and TEP this 14th day of December, 1981. NEW ORLEANS SERVICE
with medical qualifieations) is £1,200 x 50 Platinum to be sold at reasonable prices. D'ARCY A. SCOTT, Auctioneer. To the Police Magistrate, Dist. “FP ©, “EMPIRE PATRAI" sails 9th Dec, —Arrives B’dos 28 December
we 1,600 for Senior Lecturer and. £8004 W™. D. Richards & Son, McGregor Street 13,12. 51—5n Signed: AILSEN oneal A STEAMER sails 19th Dee.—Arrives B’dos 4th January ‘ : PARTS
p . al f cani.| .. a idee
= $0~£1,20 for Lecturer: the point of 2018 S128 | |, nig application will be cOneiG- ———_—___—_——-_-—rr The public are hereby notified that our
entry in the scale is determined bs \ - — { y € 2
mate Sine na a” atin ore ERR orgs | PURPLIC N@TICES [sic cers” Maat | vovrmocw ——OANADIAN GHBNIOE DEPARTMENT will be elosed from Saturday mid-day
with a medical degree are preferred but ; : : :
appliertions are invited trom ngp- | ipttst, designe, Peopre, yours Sey eon, the son day of December, 1961, at Hi wines oii leie waite aati Peeonr 22nd December and will reopen on Wednesday morn-
medical graduates. hal allowance is - ” . ’ ae? » R, Montreal Halifax Barbados * 9 : s :
Eves eration a under — ——_—__—_— nee Applicati NOTICE Ag, Police A hee S.8. “ALCOA POINTER” 26th Nov. 51 28th Nov. 91 ath Dec. 51 g ing, January 2nd, 1952. The purpose of this closing is
allowance. Superannuation is under = pplications are invited for the part- t 5i—1 s.8. “ALCOA ASUS” _ 14th Dec. 51 2th Dee, 51
F.S.8,U. arrangements. Unfurnished ac- HOT SHIRTS: eee eee nae time post of Secretary and Treasurer of 12 $.S. “ALCOA peoagen” me 28th Dec. 51 8th Jany. 52 | for our
chmmodation is available at a rent of 5% and many other en rte for the Lodge School. “A” STEAMER ue z, pm llth Jany. 52 2ist Jany. 52 >



"S show
of basic salary. Applications (twelve Holiday and Sport. Let THANI
copies) giving full particulars of quali- them to you 15.12.51—t fn.

k hi | ———————— rn
ee outa "aE recor ode F poe ‘0.2 | INDIAN LEATHER SANDALS in lovely
by the Secretary, Senate Committee on new designs Treat yourself to one at

‘| THANT'S, Pr William Henry Street
Higher Bducation in the Colonies, Renate My is bic4fn;

Salary $50 per month.

Applications will be received py the
Headmaster of the Lodge School up to
and including January Sth, 1952.

19,12.51—5n.

fOBERT THOM Lp, — NEW YORK AND GULF SERVICE. ANNUAL STOCK TAKING
APPLY:—DA COSTA & CO., LTD—CANADIAN SERVICE °































































House, University of London, ‘ NOTICE *.
. —<—<$<$—— — —_——_—_—————.
Balances SOS ESS | Gee OO as |e a ROYAL “NETHERLANDS | ‘ FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD
ras fy OUTS now. John D. Taylor & Sons Ltd..| office will be CLOSED TO BUSINESS on % .
; Roebuck Street. Dial 3740. Saturday the 22nd, and Monday the 24th STEAMSHIP co.
NOTICE 21 12,51—1n. | December, 1951. . oe
The Estate of ————— COTTLE, CATFORD & CO. ors ND Oe eee ee, 1961. Ne =
AUBREY FIRE ALLAN BIBMOP | | Orie your nome Wook preity.” wide cscs are OLD and NE aa mene, Ste Des 100) Cie Gle Transatlantique
NOTICE 1S HEREBY GIVEN that allfsi4s yard, visit early. Kirpalani, 52 NOTICE Christmas dishes are cooked easier when | sAtiNa TO PLYMOUTH ‘AND ja

persons havin# any debt or claim against] Swan Street. 21.12:51—1n hte ba yo, Raa AMaTREDAM eatthies a a ton
the Estate of Aubrey Fitz Allan Bishop | esse-weeeewemmermn—a a | E HEREBY GIVE NOTICE to all persons mae VEU abe Waeeet woalhe M.S. Willemstad ist Jan., 1062 e thamp
wwho died in this Pland on the 251) OIL CLOTH & CONGOLEUM in Beauti- yo 00! SAILING TO. PARAMARIHO AND and France

duly qualified to vote at the election of
Vestrymen for this parish, thar @ have
appointed the Vestiy Room, over the

> — *
Dispensary, St. Joseph as the place where
all such persons moy meet on MONDAY, 0 0
the 7th da: of Jonuary, 1952, between





Sune 1951, are hereby required to sen] ful designs at THANE BROS,, Pr. Wm
particulars of their claims duly attested | Hiny. & Swan Streets. 18.12.51-—1n
to the undersigned Barclays Bank —————————
‘Dominion Colonial and Overseas) the PERFUMES: Chanel No. 5, Joy, Amour

BRITISH GUIANA

M.S. Poseidon 2nd Jan., 1952
SAILING TO TRINIDAD, PARAMA-
RIBO AND BRIT. GUIANA

— Via —
Martinique and Guadeloupe
“COLOMBIE,” 20th Janu- }}!









Are you getiing






auneiter ane of oe wi a Amour, ahs sat soo8 many Tala S.8. Cottica 17th Dec, 1951. ary, 1952.
slecensed, A ne office of the sal an Perfumes Incense Sticks etc. val ie Y + of \ = MS. Bonaire 15th Jan , 1952 “ LOMBIE,” 2 d March
se Proad Street, Bridgetown, on or before| at THANT'S, Pr. Wm. Henry St. Dial the haure vj 0 an): osince Ip ths SAILING TO TRINIDAD’ & CURACAO co at ae Bise r ,
the #rd day of January 1962, after which] 1486 15.12 S1—t.f.n. mE ee rey Pt parish MS. Haarlem 24th Dec., 1951 1952. : uits for Xmas?
date the said Bank shall proceed 00 | eames hy RING MS. Helena 22nd Jan., 1952 “COLOMBIE,” 13th April, ‘
distyIbute the assets of the deceased PIN STRIPE 100% Woollen Tweed Parochial Treasurer. 5. P. MUSSON, SON & CO., LTD. 1952
omong the parties entitled thereto] Navy and Brown. Just a small quantity Si Joseph. | -Bleéding Gums, Loose Teeth and Sore Agents P if so make sure

having regard only to such» elaima as} at $10.36 a yd. THANT'S.

it shall then have had notice of, and 15.12.51- 4.f.n

it will not be lisble for the (assets oF

any part thereof 90 distributed to an; RASSINS AND CURRANTS—Notice

person of whose debt or claim it shal } housewives, we can sup) ly Raisins 40c.

not have. notice. per Ib. and Currants hoe. per tbh. C.
And all persons indebted to the saic | Herbert, 55 Tudor Street, City.





Mouth mean that you have Pyorrhea,
18.12.5)-—2n. | Trench Méuth or a bad disease which
sooner or later will make your teeth fall
a snd ay SEN Rae eT a a

> ‘rouble. Stop t sease now W!

NOTICE new discovery Amosan. Stops biseging

Wili Polieyholders please note that; gums in 24 hours, ends sore mouth a
this Office will not be opened = on lightens teeth. Iron clad guarantee.

PTO

The M.V. “CARIBBEE”
will accept Cargo and Pas-
engers for Dominica. Anti-
gua, Montserrat. Nevis and

South-Bound and Cruise.

Calling at: Trinidad, La
Guaira, Curacao, Carta-
gena, Jamaica.

“COLOMBIE,” 9th January,
















you get the best

















‘estate are reguested to settle thei: 19.12.51—2h MONDAY, 24TH DECEMBER Amosan must make your mouth well and St. Ki Saili Th d 1952 F
indebtedness without delay. ———$—$ $— | Th ae a : : fave your teeth or money back on return t. Kitts. Sailing ursday : i ,
the 3rd day of November, 1951.] “RAISINS AND CURRANTS—Retailed noe jos Mutual Life Assurance | Pye iy ackage. Get Amosan from your| % 20th inst. “COLOMBIE,” 20th Feby.











































































































AWLLAYS BANK (DOMINION f N i. puck . chemist today, 2
PACOLONIAL & OVERSEAS) Joba 'D. Erion, & Sone Te Per in C. K. BROWNE, The guarantes * aden euiaameies 1 Yes Folks, they‘’re not only
By its Attorney po ok MAE ern clan a RO eer... for Pyorrh fens Ziath The es C.L.M. TAN- a BIE,” 2nd April, t b
R. B. McKENZIE. SUN GLASSES—American type Sun vhs “for orrhea—Treach Mow NIS” will accept Cargo and . hee Bes the ea
, 2.11.51—4n. | Glasses with case $2.40 a pair only at —- Passengers for Grenada. Accepting Passengers — if ust ch pest
men | — tf. 3
NOTICE Cenc merece or en Sailing Monday 17th inst. Cargo — Mail.
STRAW MATS: Fancy Bedroom Straw f stts ;
ope set Packie Mats, lovely designs $1.84, Visit Thapi A Waterman’s BW. SeQOER OWNERS R. M. JONES & Co. Delicious - - -
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that all} Bros, Dial 9466. 10.13, 51--tf.n. Tele. 4047 Ltd.—Agents. MARIE AND SHOR TS
paren having oy debt - sens eb TINS—Most suitable for tinsmith work ; : ( T CAKE BISCUI
or affecting the Estate of Clement Denny ft ego . EE OPI | CR 20 fy Pa ROL nh Ratan ae at ail ae tae ace ae | Sa a —— —on
late of Speneer’s Gap, in the City o! at 1/- each, Apply ‘BICO’, Bay Pres SS ——— ly 54¢ per 1b.
Bridgetown in this Island, Longshoreman, a B:
no died tw this stand on the 2h dey )GNAPDRAGON SERDUINGS ot Fon ROBERT THOM LIMITED
send in thair claims, duly attested, tc] Per pound, Telephone 2533. PLANTATIONS BUILDING, S
feet updraianed Vator, Rg a1.a291—tn, or Unlue ahenoaiges- ig rn Sd ata lati SHIRLEY AND GRAHAM CRACKER BISCUITS
enne! ary ora, ee ue :
Owners's Association, Spry Street in the seater pong Boge heed ‘Trans-Canada Airlines, B.0.A.C. and B.W.1.A. only 46¢ per Tb.
City of Bridgetown, on oF beformich: dat | °° one. From THANE BROS, Dial 3466 ALCOA STEAMSHIP COMPANY
I shall proceed tq distribute ae asset 18.12.51—tf.n Telephone No. 4466
of the said estate among the partie i — $<
sous Peseto raving veers, ta gp ENT {| —— = a = = = = SS WIBIX SODA CRACKERS.
debts An ims only of wi sha: 1A ( . ¥ . ‘ :
then have had notice and ha FOK R mM If it is anything you need for the Kitchen and you havn't —only 36¢ per Tb.
not be Hable tor asset bo, duatebuted t dom it Wot. drop in and make your last minute selection
any person of, whose ebt or claim | m cea
shai! not have had notice at the time HOUSES rom us, We have a lovely assortment of OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE
of such distribution. ——— KITC P :
And all persons indebted to the sac CARBURY—At Worthing. Furnished, HEN WARE
{ estate nee Pe perc to settle thet Sirrenions beds, frigidaire. Best co ’
aegounts W . y. * *
Gated hie Toth day of November 1961 ing, nice white sandy beach. with or CENTRAL EMPORIUM BUY THEM T0-DAY
ERONA G . Worthing. Dial 8133. 20,12.51—3n °
ualified Executrix of the Estate of eS Are you thinkin Corner Broad & Tudor Streets
lement Denriy deca. 21.11.51—3» | FURNISHED BEDROOM TO LET ON i & of a very x
—————— eee | iE BEACH. Suitable for a lady. Atl pec! git, . | toe — SSS
R l tose pitobag. nie arg ete. very special? someone
ne other Eng! y in ouse. ?
For esults.. - Phone 8652. 19,12. 51—3n
Dt eee
2
re se MODERN BUNGALOW, Kew Road, apprecia'
Ad rts in the ‘ear Pilgrim Holiness Church, open ted. WATERMAN ’S
Verandah, Drawing, Dining, 3 Bedrooms complete range of be.
Advocate with Wash Basins, W.C. and Bath, water eden autiful,
ind electric light, both are newly built Styles... their wid
vall houses. Apply to RR. Archer choice of indi o
vidual 14-carat

MeKenzie, Victoria Street.

18,12 51—3n gold points—plus the waht
‘orld-

famea WATERMAN’S crafts-
—ocl” are your guar-
pe of the perfect gift. And

ember, a WATERMAN’S is
always priced right!

NOTICE

e
This is to notify our cus-

tomers and friends that for

—

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OFFICES—Top floor 41 Tudor St, Dial
$238, 18.12,51—4n



Be i lalesanane a
ROOM—One large cool room furnished
cunning water with or without meals,
valking distance to Yacht Club or City,

Dial 3356, Woodside Gardens.
19.12. 51—t.f n.

HAGGATTS

TT
“WHITESAINDS"” St Lawrence Coast



Gale convenience we will be fully furnished from January for partic ROUP
: remaining open until 4 p.m. ulars phone 8222. e Maloney : G

> — xwe

\ on ‘Saturday 22nd Decem~- 21,12.51-—2n THE

; ver, 19815 ;

ESC SLE CEEOL

Offers will be considered for the purehage :
above group, consisting of H ts the
following Maten — ws Frctory

TRUQKS
FOR

YOU!

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i BROADWAY DRESS aA al
SHOPPE
Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. .. 305 7113
Greenland & Overhill approx, .. 324 644
Bawden & River approx. ....... 266 521
Friendship approx. ...,,..ss+ee 115 211

BROAD STREET

— en
NEW GOODS OPENING PBVERY
DAY:

Beautiful Assortment of Gifts in
large envelopes with Christmas
Cards, Bridge Gift Sets, Comb
and Brush Sets. Electric Reading
Lamps, Perfumery and Soaps.
China Ornaments, Glass Water
Jugs. Engineering and Saw Files

—all kinds.
JOHUNSON'S STATIONERY

and
HARDWARE.



DIAMOND.RINGS

Haggatts Factory has been extensively moder

and is mavere to produce fancy molasses as w
uw

as
D.C. sugar. ing the 1951
4,352 tons of meee The begs regions a the $52 prop

have been secured.

2$19S99990999999FS9S990%
E NEWS FLASH



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Outstanding features - - -

OVERALL LENGTH—29' 1042”
CONTROL—Full forward control.
GEARBOX—Four speed.

ENGINE—Four cylinder o.h.v. engine devel-
oping 165 Ibs/ft. torque at 1400







S Thanks to Hlectors of &
St. Joseph

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~ general public, our

LIQUOR DEPARTMENT

The mechanical equipment of the group includes
among other items the following tena tee.
vester tractors :—

.

1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer.





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i |
Wilrose, j y i 1—WD9, 1—Farmall H.
blasts: dies % me rs bs WILL BE OPEN a cae : Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoiler
‘. ore baa Te " 7 : uh BRAKES—Girling two leading shoe, lock- A ploughs, bia :
eminds. ec. 17, 1951. —d “id
See our selection before . heed operated. ae eee rushbreaker plough.

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

Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules.

I beg to thank through this
medium all of those Electors
of the Parish of St. Joseph
who have given me their
support on Dec, 13th when I
offered myself as a candidate
for the General Assembly.

choosing yours.
Is De Lima for Diamonds

Y. De LIMA.
& CO. LTD,
20 Broad Stree

ALL DAY SATURDAY

22nd, DECEMBER 1951
*

GROUND CLEARANCE—9'2”
On display at

BARBADOS AGENCIES LTD.

Phone 4908

For the convenience of our Customers and the








Further details and..onditions of sale may be
obtained from,





Yours

WILFRED R. COWARD.
20.32,51—2n.

HANSCHELL, LARSEN & CO., LTD.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL



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

POSSESS












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T A A We. will be closing -half-
WHETHER YOu - RE dayvor Thursday 20th and
emaining open until 4 p.m,
t n Saturday 22nd Detem-
ber Will our friends and
| customers kindly make ar-

ia, rangements accordingly.

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(1938) LTD.

Headquarters for Best Rum

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Assorted Biscuits



» Cream Orackers
» Pea Nuts
» Pears, Peaches, Grapes
and Pineapples .
» Soups
» Sausages
» Coffee
Shell Almonds (Retail)
Pkgs. Mixed Fruit
Raisins, Currants, Prunes &
Mixed Peel
Table Jellies, Jams, Table
Butter
Tins Orange, Grapefruit,
O. & G. F. Juices
Luncheon Beef, Roast Beef
Tea (pkg. Lipton’s, Horni-
man’s Typhoo, Red Rose)
Cocoa (Fry's, Peter's, Rounc
Trees)

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WARDLEWS — Orchis, April Violets, To sharpen

Bond Street. appetite there is nothing like’
LEN PT HERIC—Tweed, Miracle, Repartie.

BOUMIGANT — Chentlly, Quelave fi Colman’s Mustard

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COLLINS DRUG STORES

——

“CHRISTMAS GIFTS” SPECIALS

SPECIAL offers to all Cash and C redi Customers for Thursday to > Sétinday only

Avents: T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO., Dridgetown
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SPECIAL OF FERS are now available at our Branches Tweedside,
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Usually Now Usually NOW
MINCEMEAT 11b Jars .......... $ .73 $ .64 MIXED NUTS (11h Pkg.) ... 1.10 1.00
FRUIT COCKTAIL 67 60 vi RGU E : nidinion Bie 30 27
DATES A re CORONATION WINE .... 1.44 1.36
JACOB'S CR. CRACKERS SCOTT'S LIQUEUR RUM 1.25 1.08
cone a te BEER, FRONTENACE ........ 26 20
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NOTICE |
CLYDE WALCOTT OUT: Gonservation Of —— i)
r~ ;Soll Is St, Vincentt’s|) ru uw 20s i HEALTH BENEFITS
4 Vi y PLAY “ol re) Ince Ss This is to notify our cus- i}
GUILLEN MA Major Problem tomers and friends that for i)
From HAROLD DALE ; their convenience we, the }}) 4
MELBOURNE, Dec. 20. IN AGRICULTURE niidermintlanlek ak ‘eed y Ohare, % TONES UP DIGESTION
The West Indians have come to their critical Third Test The immediate agricultural maining oper until 4 p.m i oo - and to think—an hour ago she was ; ENRICH ES THE BLOOD
in the most unpromising circumstances imaginable—with problem in St. Vincent is the con- ; d ed. ith indi + ns | *
a long record of defeat and with a crop of injuries: yet servation of soil, Mr. H. S./})} on Saturday 22nd Decem- | oubl -up Wi indigestion!
there is still within them the possibility of victory. Seocieiatsiams so hericulture vid ber, 1951.

%& RESTORES NERVOUS ENERGY
*% BUILDS UP THE BODY

Gastric discomfort is often caused by to@ much acid. ‘Dolsa’ rapidly
In an odd but understandable way Australian cricket ‘Mf jiivocate yesterday. ent |i} ¥- de LIMA & CO., LTD. neutralizes the excess and exerts a soothing effect on the stomach walls.

crowds have taken the view that the islanders must be have devoted a larger proportion ALFONSO B. de LIMA & Dolsa is conveniently made up in measured doses, each hygienically
given a chance since no team could really be as bad as of their time to this work”, he



they have made themselves appear said, and added that “over the co., LTD. contained in handy transparent envelopes. One dose after meals is
’ . : past six years, have established usually sufficient, Easy and palatable to take, its soothing, corrective
To West Indians this match at anti erosion measures which . x



action gives rapid and maximum relief.

see

RESTORES DIGESTION



@over over one fifth of the arable
acreage in the island

“In common with other West
Indian islands, we are making
every effort to encourage the in-
creased production of cash and
food crops and livestock. Several
agricultural Credit Societies func-

Adelaide will retrieve or finally
shatter the fortunes of the tour,
And it will do the same for num-
erous individual reputations—Rae,
Stollmeyer and Worrell among
others have now to achieve or face
Pivion as Test cricketers It
seems incredible that such recent-








Indigestion
Dyspepsia
Heartburn

Acid juices fromglands in your stom- Flatulence

ly bright fame should be so quick- tion and these provide the peasant - walls are Gee 2 Senne Palpitation
ly dimmed—one can almost sus- with capital which permits him to ay tn0 sa ® oe ao Gastric acidit
, an alm su fort. Acidity itself often accompanies y

purehase livestock or artificial fer-
tilisers

He said that fertilisers are im-
ported by the Cotton Ginnery and

pect the existence of 2 mysterious
“factor’"—a germ, a sprite or a
Gremlin that has thrown the team
and players completely off thejr

eryous strain, overwork worry or a
preponderance of carbohydrate in
your diet. Over neutralization or

| sbrupt alkalisation can be equally
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tride cost price. Four livestock centt oI Ww. 1 Wd WE, y balanced treatment. Dispensed in Gade by ALLEN &u U
g we t : il yg eae aniabe ge - YE individual measured doses, it facil
Ww Suny S ia i ter 55 ust rise — the . 1 ins ae at ohe dg wr pee Mie pea
.- Wy to dclermine = jus o . eee F ° F ed tion, Dolva is made to be taken in
what it is thot has reduce the animals stationed there are well For Ladies and Gerts at Water: ase finely divided powder itis
cenquerors of England to » mple made use of. Prices to suit all Pockets thereby quickly dispersable over the
victims for every state ive in inflamed stomach mugosa, Sedative
Australia Arrewreot Crop and and mildly astringent in its action, ir
ispalatable and soothing. But if pain |
Valentine Injured “St. Vincent’s arrowroot crop is 10% discount on all Watehes persists, see (he dagtor at once. 15 MEASURED DOSES IN EACH PACK |

expected to yield about 43,000
barrels of arrowroot starch during
the 1951—52 crop season. This||} At Your Jewellers—
represents uo considerable in-

until Xmas. '





Meanwhile a omewhat de-
pressed Goddard—the habit of
victory dies hard—-has to contend
with the fact that now Valentine

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2 ‘vg? : provement in production over the e } RS lla le ical a i A a
as joined the injured with a past five years. LIMA ie

badly bruised left hand. He is al- “The appearance of the cotton % x
most certain to play, but the crop in the field is good and y 1% Fe Ie ¥
bruises will be of no help to him. should weather conditions remain| & co., LTD. 1% or 2 Ose x
Likewise, Walcott’s lumbago has favourable, a large crop can | y

returned and a place will possibly expected, Due to competition | 20 BROAD st. R

have to be found for Simpson with arrowroot, and unfavourable: HN % é
Guillen as wicketkeeper. price negotiations, several estate | 1% Special

Everton Weekes has a torn thigh
muscle which he says is not com-
pletely well. He too will play, but
the team selection will be fairly
complicated. Personally, I would
choose Marshall in clear prefer-
ence to Rzge. Marshall could not
bat worse: he could certainly bat
better—he has the only century so
far scored—and he is useful as a — _ »-inausgure peting at Hastings
change bowler besides Wing a fine CLYDE WALCOTT Besant te Beitith ‘Caribbetn

field.. Stollmeyer may press for . aa 7
lon | i : Dz visory ne
the retention of his old partner Technical Advisory Council on

preprietors have slightly reduced | x
their cotton acreage. In spite of | x
this, a greater yield than last year NIE st
is expected on account of more x*
and the increased use of artificial
Windward Islands delegates at
ie oie *

; , Agriculture, Animal Health and >
but it will be the confession of © ~ eal Win eta Peart >
Weakness if at opens at Adee AUS Pour ties: ':>sary, rorestey ana Fisher FRIDAY 21st
laide. , }

Pace Bowlers @ from page 1 , ce als 6.30 p.m.

After Trim’s success at Perth Christmas Tree with the beautiful T’DAD FOOTBALLERS

Australian cricket writers have fen wee it, it filled LOSE TO BASSETERRE { LAST FLUTTER OF

been busy pointing out that pace “I am wondering what is going 1951

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efficient cultivation by recently, & 1 18 Occasions
DEMOCRATIC = Vs
fertilisers.”

introduced mechanical equipment
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rae £ a o s (From Our Own Correspondent)
and it would be a mistake to play ‘, happen when the day comes

Trim. I wonder? If this be so, When Mr. Beckles is no longer PORT-OF-SPAIN, Dec. 20. :
Australia has made a huge blund- @ble_to carry on, I however pray The wae eng ee oe SHS Se RON: Ge Weaken OF:
er—they have four pace bowlers ‘to God to give him health and playing in Guadeloupe went under















in their team, Which brings us to Strength so that he would be able P a by a oral ie Mossadegh Flutter, but a . e ‘
their other problem—they have to carry on his good work. When ia The % ‘a ake 8 thrilling small harmless Barbados
only one opening batsman, Has- the time has come for him to fete Wi aitatioee cae their , ' - ' .
sett may have to take the job sive up I hope that same christian ae eect ‘ain route Flutter. You can be sure of a
himself which means a propor- Spirt which has filled him with “7S) Maten fas 5 sf 508/TRO
tionate weakening of the batting ae be passed on to his There will be two call Portfect sit by
down the list. It all helps and the assistants.”
West. Indies need all the help they He told the children “You WHAT'S ON TODAY overs, one before and after T. GEDDES GRANT LTD. Agents
can get, but chiefly they can_help must pray to God that his life Court of Ordinary (Before 2 ria le i eT D s
themselves. They can still win and be spared; that health and strength the business of "nis Court dinner on the Ist day’s rac- ‘ . + ” . & an
perhaps this time they will re- be his and that all his workers begins the Hon'ble Mr. C. || ing of the T.T.C. Christmas att
spond to the knowledge that it is be filled with the same zeal he Wylie. Attorney General |! age . “T in Tailoring”
positively vital that they should. has.” of the island will be intro- i Meeting due to be held on opscorers in Tailoring | SUGGE ]
Mr, Symmonds asked for “three duced: to the local har)— | Pr. Wm. Henry Street

10.00 a.m. Boxing Day.

cheers and a tiger” for Mr,



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Mobile Cinema Show at
the Lazaretto, Black Rock
—7.30 p.m.

He wished Mr, Beckles, his
De Courcey Bailey, playing for assistants and the children a ‘very

WHITE COLLAR ATTACHED





. Hi ~ 93 Beckles, Mrs, Wharton, the Matron Court of Appeal—10.00 a.m.
Bailey its cha tank Police Courts—10.00 a.m.
Invincible XI vs. R. A, Jackson’s happy Christmas and a most ‘Giinaih ik 7
XI at Hothersal on Sunday last healthy and happy New Year.” Waemsale mares’ Chek Your chance for something otherwise unobtainable SHIRTS
was very unfortunate, when he TO end the function Mr, Beckies Church—8.00 p.m. -
was run out for a brilliant 98 called on the children to sing . arr ’ BY
runs scored in 92 minutes of a “God Save The King.” Sunrise: 6.02 a.m. ENGLISH TWEED SUITS /
total of 171 runs. The decision ; Sunset: 5.39 p.m. CONSOLATE—VAN HEUSEN —ELITE.
drew many comments, mainly be- Police Party Moon; Last Quarter, De-
cause Bailey was last out cember 21 '

Later in the evening & Christ-
Bowling for Jackson's elevin mas Party was held at St, Cecilia Lighting: 6.00 p.m.

Carl Sealey took five for 44 Barracks, Passage Road, by the | High Tide: 9.44 am. 9.51 Readymade English high class light

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TIE AND HANDKERCHIEF |

16 overs with his left arm spin- Police for children of Policemen p.m. ie - ;
ners. When Jackson’s XI first This was the third Children’s Lew Tide; 4.00 am., 3.55 Tweed Suits. Two-piece and 3-piece, |
innings was begun 40 minutes be- Party to be held by the Police. p.m,

fore end of play, R, Thompsc: ;

and F. Taitt taced the bowling of Wives of members of the Force
Cc. A. Jackson and Bailey. ‘(wo peariee oe tables the Bar-
wickets fell in about 20 minute; tek rooms for the children, Each
for 17 runs before C. Sealey pari- table was laid with — sweets, YESTERDAY’S
nered B, Springer who wae 13 drinks and cakes, While the chil-

not out. Sealey with an injury io Gren ate, the parents sat on the WEATHER REPORT

his hand could not get much pow- lawn listening to the music of

single and double-breasted styles. Pin

SETS . |
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AUSTIN REED.





Stripe and Herringbone designs. This
material is unobtainable by the yard in

the island and a Tailor-made suit of this

BELTS AND SUSPENDERS

er into his strokes, but at end of the Police Band. From Codrington :
{ nature would cost anything over $100.00.
Pete). Rosine Sirek’ feline dees mene irs “Just The Rainfall: Nil y g BY
ay You Are,” “All My Life,’ Total Rainfall for Month to
Scores up to the end of las! “Jingle Bells,” “Tennessee date; 2.14 ins, ELDONIAN — ZYX — CRAFTON. }

Per
Suit from 72" to G67"

Sunday’s play are: Invincible 171; Walta” “Kitch,” “Food From The Highest Temperature: 83.5 °V
Bailey 98, Nichols 34, Powell 28: West Indies” and many other | Lowest Temperature; 71.5 °F



Clifford Jackson has taken 2 tained by Mrs, A. L, Staurt and wees tee 29.993
for 26 for Invincible in R. A. some of her “Revuedeville” p.m.) 29.
Jackson’s XI innings of 39 for 2. Troupe.

C. Sealey 5 for 44, B. Springe: Popular tunes, ‘ Wind Velocity 12 miles per AT i)
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PACE EIGHT i:\lli: \!H)S ADVOCATE I Kin \1 I'l I I MBI R .'I IKI WEST INDIES MUST f WIN THIRD TEST CLYDK WALCOTT OUT: GUILLEN MAY PLAY From HAROLD l>\LK v 20. DM \\Y %  • [IKUI I %  to thtlr critical Triird Test in the most unpromising i icumslimees imaginable—with a long record of %  >es. yet there is still within them UM possibility "f vfctorj In an odd but understandable way Australian cricket crowds haw tlJun tinvuw that tht islanders must be n a chance sinci' no t-am could really be as had as they have made themselves appear To Wosl Indians lhi match at Ait. laid* w ill Mirlavf M Bn lit) *hatitr tinfortunes at U And it will da UM sami I •rout Individual reputat* i I %  H aa Test < m-kclers. It items III* ly bright fame should bs (.ret lh'' i gen prita oi .1 Gremlin II what it i| England lo 1 niplc %  %  Australia Vulenlilir Injurrd %  %  -it.il of \i< tin > in a contend Mith the fad th il now aai i'• c the rnnfewlon ( V. M ^, 0 P^fWino artaluass U Rae opens at AdrAuKlS rxMltTWS laidc. .i fill aa 11 (ioiisorMition Of Soil Is St. \ inrciit's Major IVoblt'lll l\ U.RH I m HI Ttw immKt' problem in St Vimvn: 11 thr conservation of SOU, Mi It S Assistant Kupvnntrnrirni of AKII< ullurc to'd the Adcorafiyesterday. "Officer* t-f UMDepartment "ted a largei | of their time 1. Mtfg work", ha %  Old, SSM) added that ears, hav* established anti erosion measures whi< h In Kimmon with : %  [on lo ancDurassi lb* Increased production of cash and pa and llvesUI auricuUuial CrocUl BOCkl uon and tnese provide U %  with capital which permits him M irehaai (Metal lei %  In.Cotton QlBBtai I BIMl i %  i p\t bai ii art tied a • %  wus dts. animals %  %  allra are w -II . i Arrcwreoi ClOf • st \'i root crop I it 43.1-nn ..i irro '•'" %  Uu> IBM i nptiwnU .1 ti-ii %  > %  i.iiilc i %  i rovemcnl In production ovei ih 'lli si crop In the field Is fOOd and should areaUv favourable, larga crop can %  Due to eosnpetrU * wllh arrnwronl. and un'.. prtca nasjoUaUon pri prlaton bavo ilighl . id than last jn is eYpe*t> "( more mtiijdueod mai tana %  > %  ,i Balaam.'' Mr McConnie was ana "f 'be Wmdwi.rd Islands delegate* at the mauKural Mc'ini .it ll.i-.tmK* i '.IT ll't-'OI Technical Advisor) COWAOU On Agriculture. Animal Health ;,TIII Hufbamii'For aid Fish< runderoiinrd. ill he remalobii eaer until 4 p.m en Saturday •'•nd Deeember. 1951. V. de LIMA a, CO., LTD. WATCHES Vat Indies jnd tlerU al I'rl.etu null all I'oekeU and IS', dbeaunt ..,, all Walehea until Esvaa *I Vuur Jewellers V De LIMA A <<.. Ill) 20 BROAD 8T. Face Bowlers • fram pace 1 After Trim' Mo i SJ Pi rUt Australian .n, ket A liters havo been busy pointing out that pace bowlers have no dope la Adelaide and It would IH a mistake to play Tim i sronderr if this be so, Australia hns made a huge blunder USBf have four jwnDOWlOTI In their team. Which h TDAD FOOTBALLERS LOSE TO BASSETERRE the% Christmas Tree wilh the bcoutifal piiwut* hanging from it. it tilled him wllh happiness "I am wondering what is soil lo bappan when UM day com.-. ..".Vi'v'•' eiiAi'v""r\^.""%n when Mr. Becklc II no lonoei _POHT-or-SPAlN De< 20. I.IP to ,:,v „., | howevei | %  l < /'-'"'"" U ''T "LOod L. nlvo him health mi playing in (•uadcloupe went under "ZoXaSl SS I ff % % %  i !" f their OtJ mc\ navi %  *^" — %  ." %  "--' %  only one opsnlna i-tsmsn. Has'he time has come for him In sett my have, to take the Job *ve up I hope that same Christian Syr, himself which means a propor*P'rt which has filled him wltn tionate weak-rung Of th* l>,.ltmg Ual will lw passed on to h.s down the ii^t it all helps and n i iatanl West Indies need all the heir ih'> "'• '""i """ children. "You can get, but chiefly they can help muni pray to (ind that his II?" iheniMlves. They ran still win and be spared; that health ami perhaps this time they will rebe his and Uiat all his workers spond to the knowledsie that It la l.e fllleM al thli Court heftln* Ihe 11.m I.I. Mr. t Wylle AtUirnet tleneral ot the "IIKII will he intrndueed to the loesl bar) — in o a.m. Court or Appeal—10 0 j.m Pollee Courta—10 SO n.m Mnhlle Clrema Show al ihe Uaaratte. 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ritinw DFCFMIWR ti, usi BARIUOOS M>Vl)C\TF. Towrists Will Be Told Taxi Fares PACI 11\ I Make a beautiful jelly... with Bird's Jelly-de-Luxe! COMMISSIONER TELLS TAXIMEN Tnurists will be told of the amount they should pay taxi drivers, and the Police will invite them to report any driver who charges in excess of the amount, the Commissioner of Police told about two dozen taxi drivers yesterday when living them a talk in which he asked for their co-optrmtlon. After the talk, some of the taxi drivers posed certain difliculties which usually confronted them to the Commissioner. The Commissioner said that with the approach of thr Christv,,u should try It for a month an, mas and tourist seasons.' he • %  ** how it work*. thought it was fitting Uu be _*' pnrsent. too, should giym taxi drivers a talk < IIOWIHM. vwr.t MAI* llrisk Husinvss there indic.it.on to show -huh t\ The sicrf*"UXi" sho marked on the windscreen c taxi and you would notice -HI would get more work." TJXI driver? should ur. form, he added Co-open J ion The inrnmiiistoner's IJNI point thalr duty and responsibility for the improvement of the ui: cab service, and the mutual *enelit of themselves and the public which they served. "It Is the duty of every ta to keep his cab clean and In good mech tmeal _,_, n !" JL *?' r ld W *" do not want to proseThe driver, too. must be neat cute vou. but if vuu insist on on all occasions." breaking .lie traffic rules and He said that their taxis should regulations, we must prosecute I < %  jerked only on authorised you. r laces nd drivers generally w e nrready t., help you and l uul.l obey the law* and regulaP v >'* %  '-' %  chance to earn t.on* concrrnnig the operation of >"* %  Bvln" laxis. Some of the laxi drivers Baked "It is your responsibility to see h ?.9? mm, J ^_ nCl '. .I"**"'""* and Christmas i %  i %  %  parents about the places and great were the dei a toy cart. |ui %  The poatcanl estsdon I tl a* to the i %  %  %  %  d i IWiBtauu gssd ii'* %  I %  %  i lift* out of hi* baK Thi* that passengers are comfortably and carefully conveyed to their places of destination, and you ,. £M o„,.v <*a. prop r apag*f4j Two Type* He gave them examples of two mndrd i t difficult to take ly rVfllllia Olans played hy Cpl Be-t of the SANTA CLAU5 And* I at St Caci: told him of difficulties put in their way One said that thev had begun to put up the aign. "Taxi" on then cars, but the police had made them lake them .fT Another said that there was --, --*, -.^TsgS!" ^ G ue8teAl <'< eminent Nous, purely to Another said that .t was imthe Police Chimtaua Par Police Bainl. walked on to the lawn he wa* Mir Assembly Singers Knlrrlain Sewta !" tdJotvMd I niil J.i II ii.n> the business hieve everything possible. He po^ibfe for them to come toseth ihoueht that rules and regulations M Taxi Association. He was in apply to him. He did no! the businos* about 19 vears and spend any money on the mainteduring that time thenh nance or repair of his taxi and it at least IS attempts to form an was in a poor mechanical eondiassociation, but all had failed If lien and very untld) He himself the Commissioner could think of was shabbily dressed jnd when workable way of forming; an he carried tourists about the a*M-cIaloii. he and. OtBtl ivl.ml he was generally .rude and w _K'.v co-operate. ad as much as he-coukl get from them THK ASSKMHI.V SINGERS i| SpeiAhtatown m*. lamed Kucsts at V,o\ %  i-nl Hmi hi to a "Carol Musicale". The choir ol .'tl volCM i.>ii;rn males an-i 13 I was i OIldlH 1*1 B_ Mil .' A H.ivi .-v Ol "' .ill --l.it %  St. Peter who is their musical advtset %  Bti \i;.. i befon TJie other he said, kept tenlii-i that Mi some tou rials t olos. certain car i,f b The programnn in ing and larcSI ) i .ii i Tii. I., ia sei of carols then n set of SpintBoy* I uals and e*tded with ennthr set BT. IIIII: i HOUU Jordan sang I %  nnual West Y "Roll On JOTdauV Old "%  ' which is del Joe" ., n ' 0,n, l i"-i>^nce^ of it to to make Mi. I A taxi driver is one of the flrsi his attention. „„,,„ \„.\,\ b) tha laaehen and Eli have so far ei pupUa Of the All Sainlf.' I I ..n Tuevlav uftenu-m a line for entering the competitl. success. was extc day win the draw (Of lh. • The pupiis sang Christmas 1IU *,] llkr -I Carols and -ichuol songs Imt liti:hit,,,, Bagteti Road | l p.m rushed to the hghtmK thi mtertalnmant were •*— d at the t wo plays one by the seniors and with a good Impression and when '^""f 'BSFmiM'SP mnrn, "K the other by the Juniors. The i i t.t Justice i K < %  loyabla %  ning the UOtll -l IN II v : %  The two % %  ah n.i Lionel Best -wl aren gdU l tha i %  %  Court. I'.I.T. Bdjourning tha cases the id thai ould imade i ihe HI, Miung witneaseK 1 : .gg an un' the many %  mentav' the Chief Justta nen with whom a tourist to this island comes in contact and since first impressions last, the tourists will Judge the paople of the knand lo a large extent by the behaviour of the taxi drivers. "If the taxi driver is polite and (.ills For The Poor False Alarm ui The Firt Hrlgad. helpful, tourists will go away g^ rnm I w,l l p 1 "" 1 %  ond flI hc two pi. 1 when P b "f ^ a !; kcl y e J ,, r r !' iy mnrn "'K the DU -. they reach their country, thev will "f lo V" ? U n * ummon audience showed jreat appreeiatell others of the oourtesy of the w "iA l j!*n**J^L **ia ..-. people and tell them .hat Barn uuTw de^roT.ia b!^ 1 \,"< "tne GS H an ideal place for tourists KS w g f\ SSBr of rais Si firt .? V 1 , ot ln building where no rui If however, the taxi driver is ,tored. Someone observed the shabby rude and charges exorBm oke and summoned the Fire T lli: POST NTKI UI Bpi hitnnt fnres. they will dissuade Brigade, but when thev arrived the t own _|,ke the one in the City— Utelr countrymen from coming to fire had already been put out. 1( busy evci v da> DOW l>eeaue of Hurrying to the scene, the (lie tn „ CnrutnuM season engine passed down the right sine Vciterdav morninga long line Green on whlch^only of t ^ ofiir k ,., (t tha Poet H i disuat.i.i-.i parcels ;>nd %  ttaSsdin| moi* turn of the play* Mr. L. T. Gay, District Inspector of Schools, was present and congratulated the pupils on their performance. H.u baV Short-Sighted Policy of the Low. *'So through some taxi driver I vehicles Rolng towards Brond *hcrt sighted policy, they would. Strett are allow.d t<. panIn doas time pass on get less touruns lng so It collided with the car mill less f-ues Kv.n when one X-823. badly riamagini; thi taxi driver did that he would still '*" lender. The engine continued be harmuiK the fall name of Baron ' wa >' ,n f?"* .... gjj !" .„ „,,., .,„? J iS-fttS.?!S< fi d 2S-!3 drivers attack—for it is little lass than attack—tourists as soon as AI\L ITsai* i^aiiiilt Ifaa) ..i rive at (he Baggage WareW/~ T Or .-WSUUII hou^e. "It is terrible." he said. "If a A nne of 0/ or one month man wants to take a taxi, he imprisonment v W.I. lslumls l>r|Minl On Agriculture SAY8 HI Hit \ prssstntad %  | %  Bvenini in. | • ||. Wi ill v Hall Oirlsgel I i.nil.iniK. Tu.ioi aaual distribution noekad Uu building Cl uf Jami Stxeei Chur.'h. but Hie piesentatlon was made on liehalf Of Iba lutm %  i i,it i* made up of nine order of Driver Fbied 15/lor I ailing Toftop Mr J N A Hiii Forests of the W ~ ou (ta/. woman had over TO ujut Islands, ret ii'' %  "" m nmc. only „i„.uijo pw!" ~j;.' ffi.. B !" tol, ^5!2R be ,. I pic -fl. th. p ... /I' ; "— % %  I ...ill '. the "red lapc" in lh. ctallvtrj r.r ajS 1 !" ..nd the dupalch Ol WUI ''?"'"""" %  "^"l %  14IVIIM] v'.' '< .. ... AgTicullm. ,( ""'"" A I y ii* u omi lule Rot bus found Kudu ..r taiUm orders kept some of them waiting *"•*• bui M-l" for over an hour He ,,,,., by _Polli Quite a number of letters wen being posted before B am when ,,. %  maJ | ,tb"" """''",, '. 'he nillll is belni |.re|.te.i 'lot mg Bn d ,,, .,„. t would take It If you attack him or *"!"*£ %  "* ""ohaTT I" Koing to BIKU' W. urn, llssull 1 not. but many people lika.to walk 'fi'^"^* 51, "''M^ r t ,„ lin .ur(m\ >lookla '" around first: so I want to see that hf appeared before •c • RPEIC.HTHTOWN i U-Kin, f| stopped and If you continue lot Walwyn y"Wrday charged with brighter with new *toies being W| .,,. humbug, we will humbug you.' assaulting Police Co !table M opened. At the eornei oI Oi-nge hu „„ Uit A man seen doing this will be Agajd while_injhe execution o( tina chuuh streets Mr '*v KeSHU Ui> stopped from working his car that his duty on Pocember 19 Iam opened a eWb_t*ore l (l „,,| Th( ol WB „ nP)l m(1 „ day. a week ago and Mr t. U. " lu ^f' precloug asssit, toethe M% rm AM "-•fetL X i --. irini.m of heaiitifiil I'.ruut |ti|* w ill. trdj | feu f each rieslin At Vour Irrller ... Y. We IJMt ; A. CO.. III!. 20 Broad BUM < %  "•* <>I-II "'l-.l. .11 asns Bard's Jelly j< i .... *nmlcrtiil vtai. I'ljv up incn JCIM.HI* frUU lavo • rich, daai pssaan i II riM oRfaaad rsj i ih.ni nh turn fefgug them hoBSS. Hafcl in cthii.ns "hapc v\nh putu and SIM aSi ..nil .ii.a MS) >. I i .IM .ml ik.. u .l.|.. iwih *. ..t. .Ul. ^ Sir qM*S m.n.-t BIRD'S JELLY-DE-LUXE % %  % %  NOTICE Our Store will l>e < losccl oi MONDAY 24th 1)1.fl Mil! R. %  H. Jason Jones & Cc Lid Lost Minute XMAS Presents /vein :;ui\illliiiii\irsv H Minus I lh Ch i n h H ai ...jta* _rmr'a I'irriitMivi B* ( HI Wls ui BoshM flMM Vl.lv Ma(shincllo~ * I\-.l \l I S tl.ll-> Nillll in 9LJ %  BsaMlei nttlst I Its hi \in lin. A \ 3, in Praswntotloa Phot '• Xsiiiiiii siMHtl HI:I \nK •; *fl .mil ib.y.ni.l ..Hi.t knot, u .%  sVaV 1 Ml 1X4. ALL!! \ #'r #'V#* 0mift §tn ft ft in \ Ml d do. "\>\ I'l %  i IIS %  Mm i II nnii.iNs >Uo fl hroaaalk >MH'in OBOANI L| Ttlrl-K in %  mall lin (K I'erfume Novrllie* Wk h dllTrrenl khi.K ^ & iKDilll OKK III* l.ilUIIIS I III | rwn i i..n r.. |u|M ... 10 l'i MI I inof Sharp's Tofhra ,. of Hsehint I oflei v CHOCOLA m ;. all hind'* and l linnIII I iiK \ I |u\ ludlni Irlcle 'tree drrort I Suv I'ISTOI.S VIltlKK MATS dr.orjlrd i Oaksa in a BassM n K Hr-l t|U-lll MAT Six kind. Eveivthing would well if they took it by hi... to make too much at once and frighten away the people. Mr. Taxi I'ohc *ho has been carrying on i favourable climate. Thl .iv..,. >uld like Drivers' Association formed." he said. "No man can achieve anything by himself. If vi>u had an association you would appreciate that you rhould take pguaStnjBHi b) toin-. Thai in >'hei couii tries. „„ the case, the forest clad slop* years, is having a new building wW ^^ ^ C. U Walwyn. Acting put up He axpeeU to I-carry.,„,,,.„„ Magistrate of District "A" ing on business there next year remain in foreat. Wctburs Ro^d. S: Michael <-i IIABOLII t IH-l-i MliKI probation for 12 months In the Josey Hill. Si -ucy. !" .um of Lb for the fraudulent rranded on Wednesday l -onversation gs a bailee of If S. II Nu I The offence was committed on DsatrtCl Deeember 18. rnoie \ _____ 1 %  Ite said thai forest meant swift %  grlc ti.inatif.il %  %  %  %  iltui I %  I II WEAmWABl LTD. g j KNIGHTS DRUG STORES .'.'.'.-.*.*.','.'.*,* '.'-'.'.',-.'.'-'-*.** It's an Investment Here are some of Ihe most useful gifts BOflBEOHS FHENCH K ENIiUSH CABPETS riBNCII. MI dM 6fl. 4" x 911. p I ... I, 8fi. id" > nil. r Kh 811. •" x Mfl. 9" Kx-h I:\GI.1CH, in slis Hi 6" x 7fl. I ... I. 9ft. x Kill. C" Each •ft x 12ft. Each in lixe 27" x S3" Each 27" x M" Each slli.V.'.l S27.-..M-I uMi.mi 14.112 III7.:II UHM • I2.:in > II II Ji GIVE THE OLD § S. PEOPLE A %  BOTTLE OF 5 a HALLS WINE| lor XMAS YOUR OLD FRIEND with just a I NEW LABEL I V I i RBAh MIXED I T y n Kli\% DATBB f KPU 'i HI I i.'ITEH { UN's muiT s.M.M. IIUH.S LIQUEURS IN MIN .; BOL8 iwr. BOTTLU I IQ1 J DENHOI BONC1 ..SS HAMS ft DENM. i %  HAMS ;. i 11:1 .v.-., ^ UI III m iiiiri.M.n S I,'-. RASI I I PETIT I'OIS PEAS S nm HI DUTCH CABBOTS I DUTI II BEI { PERLSTEI i:l.l.l: I PHIL8TBIM HKUt I MARTBLL BRANDY COCKADI RUM ST.t.XSFKLn, stttriA to. I.l It. : i.'iSSJ*3*S*!S4'A45.!S*SS3av*i %  $1 Hi p pki |f4 |U i paTin B7c i itle 60c S3 84 || lb Jin %  S.Vf.a I i S1.5B pd Tin n 9te 1 AU, per lb. %  per lh 1 ,,.-, i-,:il%  %  r.HiltuiiM BLIPPIRB BLOUSES SCAI HANIHIACSin Plostk and I DRESS LEWOTHE SWIM SUITS NYLON STOCKINGS HANiiKut" HIEra In Boaes NYLON PANTIES, SUPS and NIGHTIES DU BARRY'S TALCUM 0OYA, YAIIDI.KY'S Md ATKINSONS Gil I Dn HH i v %  >—I CAVE SHEPHERD & CO.. LTD. 10. 11. 12 4 13, BROAD STREET thi. 'I U i... i.l,t .c. I' %  I and m.k.. _|)oy oi lenVct %  1" •2 I I •3 iBiiViTwiuiiiiiiiniiv? m i ui mi. -l'i lllmlA < M...i. Km. 1,1. I'l < -.Uu,. Lid li....1. I c We take this opportunity lo wish Our Customers and jriends 31 d-Cappy Christmas and Prosperous 5Wew ^/ear M l IViUils m w %  • Sh l'Yi(AMII) HANDKERi i MAN S FOUNTAIN I YARDLCY'S SHAVING sins They Wan I 'HAS m I.m V %  i HAIK BRUSHES HOYS* TIES SHIRTS I PYJAMAS and ". HOSI GIRLS' PANT1EI : %  s#*/,Y#l/. \OTKE FOR I Hi i owl Ml M I i I I -IOMI us oi'R noBi IAU DaVAjriataurrs IM SEMAIN OTESI IOK in mssi 's IAT1 EDA1 flND I 1 I HIM s \ M | MM MM (MNNdllMl If I'.M I S 1 SOON Wl. I I'M \I ^1 XI HIS Bst\KI TM IIAIIIII SON'S-. reel



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I' M.I SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. DECOWHI it. 1MI CLASSIFIED ADS.' TtLSPHONK 2MI. n in II SALES REAL ESTATC F„r BirU MarrtaB* of %  Mlimi**l jiLliHIIBiiiilf in C-rib oilwc tM >**rf i W %  '' *"> u-nbef "i *"•• .it, to M .1*4 MM per "or* lr *-tar „.>.,.. B-...f* luiuUrn* n 113i in THANKS AUTOMOTIVE i -i .i*. MECHANICAL I'W. (Hal *M R-Mr" BICYCLE—On. Lpdi*I POULTRY T -Tl % %  .CumMU IOJBU* ANNOUNCEMENTS f* in ..)• and %  TM CMR WU TM fM Katm-wavav. Bow M Wr*w, in %  lr You MR win %  gKCO radio It r+rtalnitT pay* R> •" • 1 A BAKNKB A. Co. IW MISCFiXANEOL'* RIVM %  ImpDrtad hO Aflja.I'.IJ inch*. AMI* l>M Ir. !" riaa* Bato boumi A l* !" -" fi.h ARCHIE CLARKE t AMERICAN TYrX NKKT1M, flPahV *Md..ir< -tTMANIBRO-. P" 1 ^? PAIXK rWWTNf, ft TRA i.Ti> T>* rlitiuwill ITRADCNQ CO To U.N. 1-WWilMj I-A Kit. DM. 20. Nations GerterBl A'MK.bly to-day elected Greece lo ballot* ngainrt BuMia'" i %  ..naia. Ormf was sponsored by Ite United Stan*. The •toctron deadlock was in** longest in the hUtory of UN. % %  !.. in.f. — %  I S Biil..>d-< Ftf* 1 ,11 %  l>uvon.M>IWtUd -ill b* vl up lo i-..i... AuiiMm **• Tn**r "•"' %  pawniftFr -lip BJ -I Carries •aralv Lu'*' Btr**t tAKfUHCTON A SEAJ.Y AUCTION \G TKKII GRENADA Dec. 20 Gair. wan today Informed b\ %  %  fliithl to Arab* %  %  iVI/f?, CHANCERY ...liv.NA liJiuu apswcn -%  AH. WAT rerun in* ptu-i** I -ill Mil i.n FB1DAV SIM l S .1 MJM.II"'! Oww I IBBS FOMD SEDAN CAR i" ST-d working ordor Tarm. c* ^ ARCHlB MtKBSIZIE. A nt. % %  tcr It IS 31 4n 141 fi I NIVFRSITY COLLEGE OF THE WEST INDIES i cm %  ••nir IN cnf*iit*i I I H. I % %  .1 APf11CATIoN *• invlU*! lot U* .| tl | Rm.ioi l*l.r*r or L*r*ur*r l IKDuxrin)^ of PutnolorTV ciuiw. Of tl*r !>o-l -"I inrlixi. rTwmlcl pil o^if.i ort ir the Vni*w**tr c.-urw H...pi.-i . ~'?' t, o tl( ,: rhrrr,)*.! ft.tKol.*. f .te*>-.lj *<•' %  '" %  fn. -S mMifal d-r*M ol lh* U*lrMi> Tt. nn mrdical •ullftf41lon.i I* £ 1 * " — ri.aH lor Smwir lrtui*r ana *• •4— va tf u ortrririii'il %  ) c... id AM -j.llfcAtlo** and e.p**i**>t ith a a-arfal -r**. ar* pratariwl - %  appl-lMlon* arr mvlMtf ft->- %  *. tr*dl*l aradu.tn CluU *lluwi* I paid sad alao -• I mpotar* cod 01 llvir.i allnwanc* a,ip*r Annual ion 14 -" %  •%  rrananwnU Unfurnl.had ar rAil .ao.l. > |i<.n t> atallabl* Bl r*"! "I f ba*K Hilary ApplaralUNw 'Iwratv r^pl**! %  !*". %  ItiH |IlH-UAf* "I qu*ll rVjIMr* nd Ihr ram** ol till** I-* rr, •houW "itrn.i* >* J.irt-a*. let. (.} i** aacrH-r>. S*naU Commiilei l(it.O -aliWAllOn in lh* Cr.krl. •"' %  Ii. ( ui, ol l...uion. M**i *fl. rror.. •hot-i ,urth "f/Vf ,".' NOTICE Th* i %  "" %  M>III PITT *u-aN %  nor I MI H H HOnCT. 1* IITSUnv ClIVEM lha' • bprwint ImvlnP " dab) • claim aflaln* lli KM. IF %  >' AnbiFV Fltr Allan PlajPSj %  . d..d m Wil. bland an LBW Jan* ITl are hi*b i^niirwl to — piflmUn ol th*lr 'l>lir> duly i ikj i.ji-r.ufrnd rtinclx* il.umir>lr, C H l..*j|al and nmf Ml -*•**** at HMwi BED TtCKINO—fancy *"P^ •> %  %  vaT fond ou*llt> oo..bto width al | yard -naU-*tl*f m* —*! aMeurd UACBLETa AW> IDBMTIflCATlflN HSCa. in varlou4 .ivlaa and daalcn. IS If PI n rlTTAIN I-ACB A fBCTT*>N-t .tut at* out wld* rnnf* %  ." • THAKI Bro. Dial SMS U.1SM IH A MONO RINGS '•! amv*. P !" oi s^^fSSZ^, m D Btrhaidi ft Soft. MrOtnV WILD TIE SUDW -*>•*' n* aatortrnMll ol Gold i .i a>mn. a**ur**i _M,..ma W D RKh MiC'lnr Btraa* UNDER THE DIAMOND HAMMER I hav* baan m.ii.-ii l..r, Companv u aail ; lama. SBrept on fnday J at | o'clock, ih* loilo*ir, is rt icnpih. ol laier %  !>**! atvaral t*ujth. %  rreni 1 api WAMTBB TO BBBT 1LTBX *• fV*T: B*Mil Hou-a of flat i ji vKimlr "f Oarruwn, BacJUaa (W. %  IJTSI HIU. APS*T t ABTeeafc| Aart* DB W WnllMi. [Mp ^ Abutlknf ** haundinf ....!•• •M M kuuU ol May AWIand ,ara* My aftut andf boun and pkrr. or pare*) ol land otua** al anaaii lh* .iwl Ulaad of aWfbaao. al.-lI conlan.lM , act* am r.^. abilUM and b^.r-aauS -r nanution on land ol T PC QiU an Uad. ..n tae publor road a* tufMnrr -iin Ina %  athac lh* build UK. IM a.-l b*tn with ll apaufiFnar-rr. (IpafT I'KICBl am IS 4 1>AT •* *l* 0,n ""**"*•' NOTICE Gd prlc*. paud. Appk/ IB tba ataaun e> tha vo lb. *-" alMl ^ l n Ian. n, a lot ol cow* druiTj l.lvami* and otn*i w un of *Cf*P nuMPI. aavi D'ABCY A. SCOTT, i nifiM \o i ins LIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE ^^^Il7".iS U A l |l*an''Bu l Mr* • %  Co.. o( I I.-,,-.** -;t "*-•' .--M-Mkaa J—l>n. lof p*fm>n.n pint.. Malt Liauon. ft .nd rfMl* -hup *lh mlluauri Hill. %  14th ill He MAR Sipnad o( Dw*nh*f. 1l trpt*. Di-' i All*KN UUHKE f„r Applicant .. i.mf Court i" b* b*io aPtaUlCt -T %  on r d , ,.f D.c*mb. lell. • HOTS BTS LovFly Baibad* gOiir d**ln Bhiru aa Holiday and Baert Lei !" *J! i Vl* Dane*. a tho* IKIITAN LEATHER SANDAL*, naa dnifn* Tr*at yaurpaH o THANI s Pt William H*nnsir fajlai ..... t I IMP II II II OIL ClOTH ACOMOOLWM I I d.aiin.1 THANI ltlttS ft S-.il. NOTICE ADpUcattoaa ara IPV:W for Ui^ partmo poat of frocr*lat> and Troa.urcr ol tnv Lod* School Salary NO par raontri. Application, will ">" racalvod > • riMUnii.IT ..f lh* Ll* School up It tncludini January ftlh ISU NOTICE Owiruj lo alloralion* balna tnadr o1< r ..II OF CLOSED TO BL'SINE ;urday in* SSna. and Monday th. NOTICE l HrBrnv DIVE NOTICE to n .in dulv qualiflFd to votr al tha oltctlci Voatryman lor Ihii na.i.li. Ih1 nppolntF.1 th* Vratiy Boani. o\'*r D W aen— %  •>-. w Jaa*ph i' .ii* MM sti rW m A W IIABPEB. A,. P-U* Ma-Mtraie Dw T %  MM I*H Daai SHIPPING NOTICES Mcoa, SisuwuJupCoNEW vo.a v* „_„,„ arrlvaa Barbado* Path Dw*mlt. NEW ORLEANS RERV1CE SOVTBBOINT> M4PM af SMe 8 t ALCOA WINT11B'' S %  -ALCOA PBOABUB" SB. ALCOA PLANTER' %  -A" STEAMER CANADIAN NEKVH a ttalU Anlin Bark.*.. Nov. H alh Dt ^l i Doc SI lh D*c ^' u Doc SI tth Jany tl It Jany SS 21*t Jany. K ROBBBT TWM LTD. MWT TO.B AND OUU 1W Al-ll.v:_UA 0OTA a CO.. tTn—CANADIAN sum !" Slop Pyorrhea In 24 Hours ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. %  MUM, FBON IUBOPS \ts H'lctio Mh Jan.. It4>. tAlEINl) TO r.r01TPI ABB tNltlKIIAS PANAHABIH ..Hi-. Ill TBIBIOAU PA HI BO AND BBIT GHANA AS CotUrt, Hth Drr. 1*91 MB Hunairr iMh Jan ISM %  UUIHI TO TBIMIDA.I ft ClBAtAO US Haail*m S4th Dec. 1M1 M.B H.-na ISnd Jan i*M s r. NIUON, BOB ft CO I-lie MV "CARIDUEE" will act-ept Cargo and Pahanger, (or Dominica. Anli(Uj. Miitilserrat. Nevw and Si. Kills. Sailing Thursday 10th lust. The M.V. "C.L.M. TANNIS" will nccopt Curno and PBHscnger* fnr Grenada. Sailing Monday 17lh insl. FRENCH LINE (if lili' Transallantique Silling* to Koolhanvplon and France — VlB — Martinlqae and OsBMlelaeiBe %  i i ii u IBSIBV* 2lh Jonuar>. 1952 -COLOMBIE." 2nd March. 1B52. COLOMBIE,"' 13th April. IMt. Sonth-BoBBd and Cruise Calling at: Trinidad, ta Guaira. Curacao. Cartagena. Jamaica -COLOMBIE," 9lh January, 1952 "COLOMBIE," 20th Feby. 1952. "COLOMBIE," 2nd April. 1952 Arrepttnr Paaaensera — Cargo — Mall The public are hereby notified that our PARTS DEPARTMENT will be closed from Saturday mid-day 22nd December and will reopen on Wednesday morning. January 2nd, 1952. The purpose of this closing is for our .I.VVr.ll. STOCK TAKiXG FORT ROYAL GARAGE LTD. liisrniis Imr Xmm-V If wo mnkf *wr*> l/mu net th* ft*** iioiHin i lion i i>iin:n PLANTATIONS III II m\i. LOHI.R BRO Ml STREKT ('•.'.IUT Hair. AirnU for: lniivi.n.,1, Air H.O.A.C. and B W.l A ALCOA 8TEAMHHIF COMPANV l.l-i.h.-i %  No. 4466 I'm #/**. th.-fi'rtlh.flawl hul Ihf tint a—In rhfupi-sl GUY TRUCKS Delicious MARIE AND SHORT CAKE BISCUITS —only Mr per Ib. SHIRLEY AND GRAHAM CRACKER BISCUITS —only 46c per lb. WiniX SODA CRACKERS —only 36< per tb. OBTAINABLE EVERYWHERE. Ill Y THEM TO-DA Y sc OulMandini; features • • a OVERALL LENC.TH—23 10'. CONTROL—Full lorwarl control. GEARBOX—Konr speed. ENGINE—Four cylinder o.h.v. enuine developinic IKS Hi. It. torque ul I41MI r.p.m. BRAKES—Girlinj; tin. leadinx shoe, lockheed aperaled. GROUND CLEARANCE—9'j On display at BARBADOS AGENCIES Phon. 4908 LTD. FOR SALE HAGGATTS GROUP Oftorg will be considered for the Durehf-w ol the above group, conaigting of Hajgatts FavWry arid the follovyinR cstatea :— Arabia Talal • aaaa Acrae Haggatts & Bruce Vale approx. Greenland St Overhill approx. Bawden & River approx. Friendship approx Haggatts Factory has been extensively modernised and is equipped to produce fancy molasses as well as D.C. sugar. During the 1951 crop, the factory produced 4,352 tons of sugar. Th* bags required for the 1952 crop have been secured. The mechanical equipment of the group includes among other items the following International Harvester tractors :— 1—TD14 Crawler Tractor with bulldozer. 1—WD9. 1— Farmall H. Also 1—Caterpillar D2 tractor, 2—Subsoiler ploughs, 1—disc plough, 1— brush breaker plough. 8 Dodge Trucks, I Austin Truck, 11 cane carts for Tractors. Livestock includes 14 horses, 12 mules. SOS 713 324 644 266 521 115 211 Further details and obtained from. .onditions of sale may be S P. MUSSON. SON 1 CO.. LTD.. Broad Street, Bridgetown L v



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FBIDAV lilimniR 21. IKI BARBADOS ADVOCATE l' M.I THREE The Man With A Smile ST^f i. IK. fa Ik' lli %  HAYDN DfMMOCK (LondUn) It *u raining heavily and the big camp of more than a thousand Scout* wai under water. There were deep pools between the imli and in the camp kitchens the cook.* anM tiling to prepare meals. Those of the camper* who did not possess rubber boots went about without shoe* or storking*. The big majority stayed in then This was to be the big day of the camp. An important visitor was coming, and he had expressed a wish to go round iba cntp MM meet the Seoul* In an Informal manner Nov.. with UM OUtip under water viiltur would So the boy& ,,, tent* Then the MM went round ^. kn ow __ h ? w —"The Chief is here and he' lomiiiK round." jlth Fui Big Eggs a period during World Lord Rowallan had charge of an officers treming centre, and he ad many Scouting methHM training programme with great success. But the real success of the centre was mostly due to his personal charm and One qualifies of leadership. Since IM5 the Chief Scout has ti-veiled some 120.000 miles to laid two eggs visit his Scouts. In January next w A hen owned b.v Florence Burke of Orange Cottage laid an egg on the fourth of It* type during the year-which weighed just under a quarter pssjl measured S' T Inches from end to end and 6** Inches in circurn/srM!I ,M n .—,„i. .< th. >* •>" Mund> evening Another hen owned by Miriam Haynes of the Bridge Hill village. on Sunday, both of .1 ttie. The normal the Caribbean, Bermuda and the Bahamas and will attend the first Caribbean Jamboree .it Kingston Jamaica. In March Make Friends Easily At his home in AyrshireScotland. Lord Rowallan has a wonderful array of many lovely LORD MM ALLAN :. him ml I ne %  Wli b He Liked Boys like him because he i* which have been presented *_,. i_ v*. B.~I.. ...-„*.,,music. ida> i. Police Band Play* Af St Joseph'^ Almshou*e The Police Band, conducted i ] Cut C E liaison paid a viill to St. Josephs Almshouse. for the benefit of the inmates there, on Monday evening last. There was a rich programme of S'tta by SCOUU du.m, hi. SZflSSSSm' •xs. id everyone that attended •mt themselves immensely travels: others of his treasurers -Christmas Memories', Walt* are on display u. Baden-Powell and j^mbas were all in the Room at Scout Headquarters. gramme which lasted for n oecauae ne is a London, and *• the room he himan hour an d B half, from 4.SO i V-^'J.VUu Vu good Scout in everv sense o( Hi," "*** when there. g M Less than MO psrsoi hSiw ?' Jhrt 1 ; word. He is an expert camper. Lord Rowallan makes friends aU ,ndad. while some of the m' he knows how to use an ae, fol**y. His smile and hi* laughmMes looked on from the gallerlow a trail, signal a message, l*r are infectious, his salute and tecook and fend fur himself. They '• handshake sincere signs of A St. Josephs Vestryman (M ^ n .hh-r ivMt* ijtrri Idts him because he has the true friendship and brotherhood. Hi* Goodlng of Strong Hope) was lam£S?2L25^tl2 ei££ %  *"< "' H„dc..-Powell and so voice is deep and rich, and often pr ^t .ml at the end of the prod^dslns andI altof u ntV "1 ith & %  *> '<>** *" '""' "" d b h ( Wor of Wlt wttdom ,nd m sTmmnw. moved a vote of thank. THSL^SP ?**££& t£ <*<• Founder of Soouting. They apiration are punctuated by n He also took the opportunity to -i who chuckle which is evidence of hu compliment the Matron and oth.-r _. jthcrv own deep inward happiness. For Nurses for the good wo-a they had of action rather I*'d Rowallan is indeed a happy done during the last year. He conman who has faith in Scouting ax eluded by offering an CXCUM for The row of decoration* Lord • power and influence for good the Churchwarden. Mr W t Colonial Sugar Protittction LONDON. | 1 | MOVM of luaunum ua Daceti oer 5. Mr. Gerald Nabarro' (Conservative. Kidderminster) i asked the Secretary of s the Colonies what are the ohoit-i term prospects for Increasing) colonial sugar pioduction; how. mu-h additional colonial sugar for the United Kingdom domestic m-iket can be anticipated in 1S5J, and,from which colo n ls s (er of Stale for ColoAffair*. Mr. A T LennoxBoyd, replied "Exports of coloi lal sugar have Increased substantially over the last few years and il Is expected that the rala of Incraaa* will be maintained. It is too *arl> vrt tn give rtrm i^limnl for 1M. but the United Kingdom in ttui yaw may obtain from the British West Indies, FIJI and Mauritius about 1.390.000 tons, an increase of about 70.000 tons OW imports in IWM -B.l\r\ i.ial 'AJ I.K.I I HEM WAMMJSWS Hllk lleptn on Xhm -I.I" III \ I I'll I 1 I I I "I K OWIY II M VMr l-v-ih -. Y. Il, I IMA A t'O.. LTD. :• MI i A ii murr cvj single Seoul. Ont Seoul. ">" h| i" ,^J ,U . up lo hi. kiwe. in • hune pool '" *> " %  %  lle "' of w.ler. w.s cooking on an alup -'u 1 "" ne lire. He did not *ee ihe Chiel. i "J wnr T That was one of Lord Rowalnlorial Decoration, and quite re"tandard lans first engsgemenlon Otl King ampla of ths carrying out of th. Godinspired inef Scout sets a high standard and expect* a high life is a living exCb in. becoming Chief Siout of the Os Commonwealth In 1945. Typual of the man that he doe* ish Empin Kg Coms I I yd i" DtfrtBUgJ he Order of the Brit'he Unt part of that Promise— for his serx-iccs to the Duty toQorf Knitiht ,.( Hal Hollywood Round-Up Is Higher Price Sugar Necessary? SEAWELL V*M in III .,,-. I ess? Kr;„r %  LS'-CJZSL !-* %  r TU^W. .rr H.-.IH1.. -TonnlAl r.i ReDn *i>4 J A I" .-"• ChrUsoeHar Arnolcl CAPE TOWrJ i'osnts tmuott A minor controvcrsv ha* bean draw u icply m Uie corrsspoiiitartPd in Ca|>e Town over f'ape Antus price of sugar, following an inlion: a Capt Town lesldent. Mr. creaso of one fniihing pa* lb. In J. B Ifoll pointed out tha KtaU price oY aufar In South that vsV Africa, ft is onl> .i yt ii CTSasi i I |d< per lb. had actually the price of South African sugar gone t„ thr *ug.n It rr went up by a rtaif-pannj nei lb Ha po itad out. loo, 'hid the D" "' A leading Cape Town newsprfo 9/Wtfl Aimi %  ni M ||Ti"riaiiiaT' pnper. The (aae Argsw betati rial been Increased only by tha oOftsTovaesa a pg 'id. per lb. In ihc last 1 years. T.els W!*k Rnrriadns article under the bawdtng Tl ( ^r cent, has ,n '"Ch With Barbados Sugar MyMery." In which II COOInfn pass*d Oil ti> the distrilndivf Coastal Station demned the Oovomi • jdc. parent policy of placing th ( main h S*^-*^ ^!l'*S.J* !s7 HSVburden of Inflation on the -.'IOIII"In ixiint of f.irt." ke declared, l"^.-^ Xp^fouS. ihrTT n.*.d ^ dors of the consumer." trulaigjast and mo.1 et-cient riu-l aunon: The paper wondrml whether, produwr In tha %  • suier> before sancUonmg thin latest price optraiing Of "Increase, the South African GovU pth >l a panny .,,, %  •rtinieni had satislied Itself :hat IKT lb., or le*s than three per o<4Ats<. than vis no waste at any point cent, on the ennsum. r prlo % % %  Canaii excewivj promts are mcle at any "-' ***** "' "*" ^Jlut '" point and that overhead charges •fJWP^ "P ..". HOLLY Win EUROPE AND AFRICA will be Ihe filming lAa* for Ernest Hemingway's "Acros* the Kiver al Into the Trees" and S. K Kenn dy's "Duel in the Jungle." The on TSHiaaaAv Tories ware acquired by Wtllia oonion mi Ujjjhj.ii k ||fj Samuel Marx as the first In a series lhat they intend to produce independently next 3ja*i\ TglkS sra underway for Oarj Cooper to appear in the first with Mtchaellno Prelae as the likely co-star Kirk Douglas is being suugiit loi "Duel" which PAIN CAN BE CONQUERED! M MM contains QUININE si sn n and ACSI,IHIK)>I.< Acid), m ihsi ins iyt/|iilini 1 O.tr 12.000 doctors and dontitu IM ii in their sufgsr.es! Ftrs. colst. hudic"*!, toothsche, rhsvmsirtm. ntural|ii — this wssssrfgt naw lpaclfk brings you imuingtr quick relief from all of (ham 3coou iittl* v eu can bu f it m i iwatib'et /awxlopa en o ugh to bring svick ralksf •'•m a bowl at asm. Or In a hsndr 10-ubtoi bos. Or in s SO-tiblet botUe (lor home UM). MhSbkS. A. S. URYDLN 1 IONS (BARBADOS;, LTD.. j P.O. BOX so;. HRIDGLIOWN. BARBADOS l*< A Turker, G TUrksr. K>i>. E Bnkt. C rooks. J Brook.. C. BICM*.. D 0-N..I. n H^lnrt Whit* N B>ilr> s Kirl.. nrrARTi ws %  % a i.t A.U.... H.-LKI, ^.i-i,^. suiu ougni KM -m ...I.I t-i Lake Success for an indoctrination course preparatory to leaving on a United Nations jaunt. MOM. Director Raoui Walsh will complete "C.lory Alley" if lime to leava on January Ith on CsWara)*. • • an extended vacation in Argon|ir. %  1 uni ,,__ __ij p tiaerosy. • u'V.asSh/'.f'tC Iran Govt. Deputies Boycott Hujlis TEHERAN. Dec. 20. Pro-Oovemmeni Deputies boycotted the M;I)IIN ( Parllsn.i nl I I* prevent a quorum and the achoil-. uled blasl against the Iranian Premier, Mohammed Mossadegh by CirOt. M..II4I.1 I Retire RATES OF EXCHANGE ST ChaqiII IOBK GRENADA, IKv 18 %  tlecU'. : % % %  !. todaj Magistrate .,,.„, us in S .' V,. in has been granted four n a 1D %  T.'tn<-nt %  TO I7\r> 1 m 1 ic. nth the bench here 'ollowing previous i -r capaciU in St id. per lb. in %  %  g v r **h\ the "industry thousand of pounds I %  * as a goMci^ from the consumer's pocket It tor hero, ti ., Mafci*U'.'le IJ.11 n Is a proiniiMtiil \ thodns layman -. Kaaers *SM or %  pr Currency SS I 1-. p. Coupon. SB vie* M %  tttft SO-. B* CANADA 1*1** pr Chequas on B.nkr< OT' 01 DMUM UI-IU UU pi SHHt Dr.flt HO I I0 at a/io* 0* c €Mdtmad aaai*, Emami. It was Ihe first tuiye thai tha Government majority hod used these ladies to prevent tha Opposition from speaking. Th* Opposition meanwhlli cided to campaign in tl general elections despite charge thtl Iranian elections not free. Emami said, ho 1 that he personally would boycott the elect ions as long as Mossadegh was Premier. The Opposition is still taking sanctuary inside th* Majlis building as a precaution againsi ihsii fear of terrorist attacks. They iilan to remain there un'il Iran bal "complete security." which to thm mean* the end of Mossadegh's rule.—U.P. THEY'RE HERE! EXCITING COSMETIC GIFTS BY ... tAIJDECOlOGNE THE FAMOUS BLUL AM' (iOl.D CHRISTMAS BEGINS IN THE KITCHEN!! sflt-ft ihvsv iVi-iiiv at unc<> THE CORNER STORE STOVES and OVENS PLATES of all descriptions DISHES. JUGS CUPS and SAUCERS GLASS CUPS MIXING BOWLS ENAMEL SAUCEPANS ALUMINIUM SAUCEPANS in fad Everything for //it Kitchen. Our WORKSHOP and PARTS DEPARTMENT will be open ALL DAY on SATURDAY 22nd December but will be closed on MONDAY 24th December for Ihe Xmas Recess. Our PETROL STATION will be open as usual HhSIIIX KiiOS Phone 4269 Bay Street



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p.\r.r row B \RBADO< ADVOCATE TRinAV. DRCFMBER 21 1*51 BARBADOS£^_A0V0GCTE • i. i* in ! %  •• ai nti4a>ia* I ,„,.,> \..v.n.l.rr 31. IIJ1 WESTERN HWH'h k erf Mr Churhill and Mr. Ed< %  Churchill's nltcwu <>< ihi desire thai Mr Clmr.hill has to OOd Mnu with France and ire hM Ix-en disappointment and confusion throughout Europe as a result of what has recently been said at Strasbourg on behalf of Mr. Churchill and Mr. Eden Europeans expected Mr Churchill's go w mumft to support the Schurmin and Pleven plans and expected Britain to become an important I member of %  European Federal Union. 1 No th) Bra disappointed and bewihlrred t<> ban Fran British spokesmen that Great ran take no part either in Federal : Union or m providing troops for a West| trn European Army. The peoples of Europe cannot be expect; ed to greet With t-ntnusiusm the British daln to bo exempted from full European : hn spttial position lid t" the British Commonwealth, i The peoples of the Commonwealth than* n hardly he expected to appreci; ate Britain'.nee. Is toff special relationship 1 with Europe But Great Britain is in fact an Integral part of Europe and she can hardly continue to play a leading part in European affairs if she leaves Europe to settle its own difficulties on the plea that she baa special duties and responsibilities towards the Commonwealth. Nor can the ,i tin United States be expected lo understand Great Britain's reluctance to commit herself to a European policy which would not be supported by the British electorate Mi ChUTChlU does not have a majority large enough to change British Foreign Policy from that earned on by the j^aboju Party. Already the Daily Herald is tagtfig the Conservative Government to taek for having led Europeans to believe that then Government *AMM haVe given greater support to the Schuiru.n and Pleven Plan than was possible. Conservative promises, accuses the Herald, are responsible for embarrassing British Foreign Policy. Whatever the merits of such criticism there is no doubt that Europe is disappointed with Great Britain's aloofness. Yw what else could Mr. Churchill do ? His Qoversuaenl ha* only recently seen the full details of the Pleven Plan. And Mr. Eden's intention to follow a foreign policy acceptable to the nation as a whole is a political necessity in an island where Labour has so many seats in Parliament and is determined to keep British forces and British economy free from European authorities who are rot governments of the left. Europeans cannot be expected to appreciate these obstacles to a new conservative Foreign policy and Mr. Church:11s visit to Pans was therefore necessary as well as signiticant. His presence in Europe will have gone a long way to assure the European peoples that while Oreel Britain for many real reasons finds itself unable to become an integral part of a Federal Europe or to supply forces for a Western European Army that country really is sincere when it says that it will support a Federal Union when it is formed and will take part in the defence of Western Europe, as an independent state How far Mr. Churchill's charm and pretitige will go In southing the frustration and disappointment of Europeans it is impossible to predict but certainly if anything can help to improve Anglo-Continental refations at the moment it will have been Mr. Churchill's visit to Paris. The statement issued in London and Pans after the talks ended that complete agreement had been reached between Great. Britain and France will arouse new hopes OB the continent. Mr. Churchill is now ready lo go to Washington for those very important talks which he will have with President Truman earlv next month. World Assembly Of \ \KMIJ at ran ^T %  ^ %  y gBTBhgaajB %  Igfe •miiratin, gj VJ ge m ^ MB .racier of youth movement*, and A now i>i# ..i technical assist. \ rloped %  "The Young Adult Council of Uvthe needs of young people In the National Social Welfare Assembly Youth liatn from v\< undei "f UM ,, ., | ne meeting u> host. VAC. '•' th* world had an opitad m Augusi h( i; n |ied Slates member ,of to see something .51 by fiSO youth leidcrs ftoni *, WAY. is composed of 14 major States—the host country—lo haai img ..t Cornell :Uln organisation* in the acme i f Its nit. d men and women la Ithaca, in the northUnited 11 *pe*K nd ta "** w,,h repneastain Slate rums. workshops aentatlvn from other nation* but tm ol man> resolunons an t r( mmitteer, and plenary sessions working In UM United Nations •' ,, t People many race*. The del.aa*-* arrived in New I %  I Wulh -huh heid ill w ii.| 0tl ..,„! a wide varieK d> charterer! pi MIRD EI.TOX-. himself a one-time Sorialiv. takes -.lock for the new Baron REBEL DAVIE >. ill lit .i imiir for Lord* "DAVID Kirkwood. Clydesider a peer'" So his incredulous friends would doubtless have exclaimed in 1916 when he had just been deported from the Clyde for leading a wartime agitation against rents; so they would have exclaimed in 1922. when he first appeared in the House of Commons, one ol the deeply suspect little band of newlyelected Clydesiders. reddest of the Reds; ral A*aembl> lr |M) tilirnl belli ptogra' the United States arounri Inplratlont tour, already planned for th. i YOUUl and Human -nd hammered out practical proApproximately 100 ,*t tended "V*. .,_ _.„. ..... grama that jroul % %  Seminar on Technical Assistance ant j M \fay would probablv Still have ex I.resent IUMDI over, n New York pno r to the Asem. .. ,.,,, rorM Asembiyof Youth c mie lhe , ,,. „, A lhaca> ^ h ,. ir „ ller !i.tiimeni claimed in the early 1930s. M uT^ K*" lr< nt >" un ue P ,p everywhere, included pertormaneea hy the ( But a great deal of water has flowed since „. 1M „. MO*. h "? ^lr'1^5SJV"dS!3Si SSS,J!T' r c !" .X "rSS?:!"""no. only down .he Clyde but under youth <-entei I doped ore** Young tech!" ^j Rtsin g their voices'a nainsi Symphony**) Hal i Westminster Bridge, and bv no means tX,:;:'. TI^SSlSSS^ ZSSrSrSHT'S-iS *firt2*-^Sl*'.J?-i * " " Blue. Moreover. ,n re< nghi ft ciUaM partlclpaUon wrrked MX progI l^rsonal health. nutriUori sad modem methods or ainculture Thi ,, lUr n-tionat voolh le:irier> Th.WAY plan diflera from Hi,..,,.,., WAY S ve them it i Hum., RI.I.U 'D., g* I"""" "' "'" '" "" %  ''"' %  '' .'•""* S 1^i n u, c „.,„„,. WAV „„. Kates heard n i> %  and the United Suit. ,. f n U m:n RUhU. They lendln their principle to the areas dec|ded to ertablih a WAY-week Ol ymilh leadeiship training and ll0U(l j t itixenship education The project, pj(( mbff which ill be conducted under vol„„ c (October 24) by aiding untary lliapkes, will make it puscwnpi fni for the Unite 1 Nation. *". glble for more youn, jpeop te te.ga gSswSeml Children". Emcr%  *"' aawyfseand of sov^ Africa to help develop „._ (V Fll _, Thev ltad (or ,„ expres. inter, M in their v to Asia and Africa to help acveinp r „ ncY Fund They caltad for more .. ,.il and recreational proJ^yif, participation in National lhe "P" • P?"aH Catnais ffT ** h *' X Pounded in I9 In J-ondon. th^; i :'r. .1 World A.nembly of Youth I. an c u liur..l Organisation and Unitnl Aisisunt Secretu. work. Ai Cebw OenersJ Mar* ,ally on common Interests. intrjf "huh has a national %  ing youth COUMfl tSfll Sppl) f'-r niembechip. but no individual national orguniiaUon is I United Natkuu, explained th< similarity between WAY and i IN *To atortow." he n i the deleeates. "you may be th< %  adcra In the IN and Its specialized utencies." They hearu iieen Arheson. the | t;.S. Secretary of State, tell then The purposes of WAY arc: I To promote tntornutlor Youth leader, set up a .ubcommisiion on Rural YOUtt to I i Lai problems and to plan international conference on rural vouth lo be held in 1952 unthat they belonged in that TOUI rier the auspice-t of the United which "believe: in the hum..i Nations Food and Agricultural Orspirit, in the indomitable spirit o „. ifanlxa'i.m. Special commissions on men—which Is guided by .. vkslor uodeniUnding b^ providing an students and the stilus of women of ajWJer "nrlA" They wer. nnrtunitv for viung pc V le 10 were also established spurred by the words, of Madame rntrt and to consider n One of WAY'* major ob.ccl.veVijaya Laskshm, Pandit, Ami.;..problems and to evolve solullonj; u. to enhance travel opportunities sidor from Indu to learn international coopcrafor young people In this conncrSlates, who Mid lion through actual experience tlon the delegate, called for the you—the young 2. To extend, strengthen, and simplification of custom and passworld—will elect enrich youth work und youth port formalltt. niuvcinriils throughout the world through progiunu of change of personnel. Information. publication*, and experience. 3. To give young people an opportunity to be heard and to pt.rticipi.te in the work of the Nation., through con%  unative suiu. with th.BCOI to the Unite. "I believe tha: people of the lo climb the the abolition of mountain and watch the sun rise visa,, and the issuunc. by WAY and that the t at a speeinl tr.iv.l Card. They through tol"mlc nd itlendiince at meetings of olher %  ectiohh or agencies of the United in '.h. short three years of its existence 42 nations hsve_umclally I|^ p ,, ..miiaie-i with WAY SBd mutual cojdopted a programme for exoperatlooworld peace become, change of young workers and not only a wish but a blesaeo vouth leaders from one country U) reality." And they pondered the .....rthcr during 1951 and 15^. words of Mrs. Franklin Delam. Thev laid "plan, for seeking reRoosevelt. U.S. Representative on duction ol international Iran.the UN's Human Rights who warned fh;it the future god urn %  ; id lour, for young travellers tain. "It will bo difncult wattini The vouth representatives of all for people to grow up. waiting for tries united to help young the conscience of ihe world to I well remember how. in 1932 when a peer•GTS BTiittg&SSk'i ^s^Ul^UUS • wac„„rerred on C.fford Allen. p.c.H S ii '"^"a portation fares and the estibltshSoclal Counci I „„,„, ()f emJl J i| )ind | programmes promised to be all recent .ears David Kirkwood has imperceptibly :!iexl the suffix to his name; for some while lie has been no longer Kirkwood the Clyde%  dtT. but plain David Kirkwood—a change vhich he may well have welcomed for it is -iways more satisfactory to be known as n^self. MKIXOWED And if now there is to be another change id he is to be plain David Kirkwood no nfier. this may be understood to imply that he man has mellowed. Which is altogether i his credit; for he was always essentially frii-ndly person and, like many rebels, vner of a particularly warm heart, and il has mellowed it is doubtless because in te course of 30 years he has not been able i heli' enlarge his circle of friends. The process of mellowing, however, is radual and inconspicuous, and when th* :anslation of a rebel to the supposedly iretied atmosphere of the gilded chamber I raws sudden public attention to it. a cerm number of hands are apt to be raised in i ous horror. Contrasts are always dramatic and on ich occasions the rebel's record fis duly •'-arched for the past indiscretions and vituperations which his new status has suddenly rendered so incongruous—vituperations, it ay even be, against the gilded chamber iiTIIE PACIFIST nference to be will have ...II.I Australia. ^USd, £*£ ^ ^ „, m ,p llisillll „y Hut H will also be .. i 5 Ikimarl: ^ '"• Panned u, ^nd most exciting time to live a time ...i.. Ceylon paho '>•"•""' nP i ( i workers to Africa. Asia. :.nd n which you young pe..|.le ma) Mi kfli authoriwxi the isbe able to bring id | needed changes democratiral inference did Prench Guinea, Gabon. Bald fiold Coast, India. Ireland. lUly. South A Northern Rhodesia. The conference was de.igned lo deleaT rt seek to r Sriii^K Pakistan, Phil£.£• ""^ J^J" *9R b ^ fa !" ipplne* Senegal, Sierra Leone. Uop of Human Rights. B Surinam, Sweden ?urt tiruon'of S^ulh T Af'r J ica, c.nduions. Ireedom ..f movement, experience in citizenship reaponiMs^'nUssssgaV l tei afttS '"^ J > %  '""' organisatwns, slb.m> -nd tolernaUooa] rvtaUoni ft£? VoK ^lel Nm Young d.serlminatlon. Juvenile delinAnd in providing thrmselve. with naS 25 other nations quency. world c.tuenship. devela lesson In democratic particx.,,.,?, ,e.i (ha OOOWranCfl as observopmenl and organisation or rural lion they gave the adult world %  nilUSssHltatlTSS from all youth movrnvnts. problem* of demonstration or real maturity areas have equal status in WAY youth K dependent l i-x-chairman of the Independent Labour Party, for a few days there was a veritable Prase witch-hunt through the inaccessible md half-forgotten records of the unimporanl wartime conclaves of conscientious ibjectors. But it did not last long and Lord Allen of Hurtwood became a picturesque otintrles. (Comrresseii 4 Coneenfions; Debutantes Are Wailing WHITING By DAmELQBOWn (INK ol the ini>!;ikethat iire olten mad.' is the mlataka Ol writing. "One of the mistakaa ih.it ai often made." Put it round this way: "Of the mistakes 'hu\ are often made this is one." You see, "mistakes/' being plural must be followed I J ";ne The publisher who adverttNa: "One of the runnleel book! that mu been written'' hhould know battai Ha would ate ins arroi if he recast the sentence thus: Of the books that have been written this is one of the %  Similarly, the impatient leader who tells me that 1 am ""'i
    matter a great .1. ..I Mbr* the mor it uos costlno teaaaHltaa like ff.00.000 a year to brnia out tlu aetalanua rnth.-r win lucky to oer aumi* u-llh a oil! of osulhina under £1.000 for the Must Have Sponsor Before a girl can be presented he must have a sponsor who has i.heady Utti to Court. The spon%  or herself must apply ror the Kill's invitation. With many Impoverished genllewomen seeking an e.isy-madc jdditioTi to their income, a racket sdbn flourished. The l/'rd Chuniberlam was angry. Il was decreed thai am woman round to have been paid I.. %  %  .i gni wduld %  on to present again. But Uten ate ways and i netting over that obsla' £10,000 la supposed lo 6c tha hiuhcsi flinire a man lias CUT paul to are his dauohler at Court. That u'O* jiisi before die last war. In the economy days since the •var the Old glamorous evanlng .-: %  %  > Courts have gone BY THE WAY A WHITER claiming Mint men much more business MOM then women, recalled to me Mme Haussmann's plaintive reniurk to I friend — i . tune *e buy a houM In Paris the moment we tegin to settle down in It •> boosTranl pasMS through it," Mint Snibhit 1 *-pllK iep..rt that the exquisite 1 Mln M. Shjpcorner Is to be IbbO will make Threadgold's Thorogrip Gartentt.-. LUL, 1 wince. The terms of Mimsie s contract include some curious ..us owing to U* to vrhkA the Snibbo prv> m I* put She will hnve %  0 te '"-ike tier tare Ike .i bidlromi Snlblwlene She must eat Snibbo graaaa eal" w h it remove l>eer-stalns from hat* with It smear rusty %  .ailing* with _.. ._ hack upon nationalistic or ideoioKical catchand respected member of the Upper House; led naturally to discussion of such words. Calmly and Mnously they. noI did his utterances there so far as I know Mibicc'. is education, •vorkBifl laehMd tins import mi eamin ., L -i-.* HM. I i outrage the susceptibilities of Their L,urdships. Which is not to say that he had abandoned his principles but merely that he, too, had mellowed, a process which, after all, Icsirable in human beings as in wine And the House which Kirkwood will enter 'a, in one respect at least, a different place 10 that to which Clifford Allen — and for .hat matter John Moiiey and not a few %  arlier iconoclasts—so speedily adapted uuiself. LONELY MEN Until comparatively recently Socialist jeers were lonely figures, sprawling somewhat self-consciously amid a sea of empty red benches: nowadays, however, that section if the Chamber in which the new peer will ^ake his seat can on occasion house quite a formidable phalanx of Socialist peers, some >f whom in their day, if the truth wbre * I>I>I ... -ip.iird tnm UM -->! %  "•i Parti %  %  % %  >* %  •• i •! aatea UORtO COPYRIGHT IirsF.HYai* Now the presentations are done at afternoon Paltice parties. The debutantas are not presented individually. The King and Queen walk down the line speaking <>, .i..i..'i.,lh t .i !'•• i.ill> f iv. in ..I ..in' Title. If There l> Mnne> A girl can—and many do today *u n her presentation In a utility dr. "A girl and her mother just buy the ii,\ *ial. cloves, and the summer dress they would normally Kt." I was told by Mi' rnuharson. a professional adv-lter tm the intricacies of "coming out." "Less fuss u made of titles among debutantes today. A title Is only valuable if there is money with It. Moat girls work f'-r a living. Their friends are from varying social level*. Presentation is sllll one of the great moments in the life of the modem society girl. Hut no longer because she Is looking Mr a husband. They pick fchelr husi-iiini' differently now." The cruettj nai gone debutante's life, tun, ,ud M Faruuharson. The "season" could be very brutal lo %  girl who was shy. dull, or plain Ticket To The l>ebV Kail rodaj it can—and often does— coat Up te £2.1KM) ror lhe girl who still moist* on something like a %  l-.IMlh But for most debutantes social life eonatal ol lhe appaaranea at Court and .. SOs. ticket to the ....I given in aid ol %  "..: lottl H "-Ml.il. During the war, when than were no presentations, the ball was the only substitute—though omeiidly it didn't count. The woman who organised the ball for years was tall, aristocratic-looking Lady HamondGraeme. She has just retired rrom the task, but bhroiijhout her time she' was the sergeant-major or debutantes. With a microphone in front of her she would command %  nd chide '.he while-gowned debutantes. "Last year," said Lady HamondGraeme. "1 really told them off. i I said they were the worst lot 1 had ever met. 'Pur vour heads up i and uotir .Kern* tn. You'll enter the mom like a lot of eanwlgf, I told them. That got them Thev were the i*st of the lot." 1-ady Hamond-Graeme Is In a position to judge the debutante of today. "She's very much nicer than the girl of the pre-war years. She Is so much belter mannered. iheie trera %  oma rrightful cr e a tures before the war." Orexs TN. Tight To Curtsy It is |utt as well for their sponsors lhal lhe modern debutante is well behaved. For the Coarl holds the !-|MIIirs responsible for any of the errors of their charges There was a girl ieho wore a skin-rttflii dens h wtu beautiful and she u-ae oiviuf of il until she arrived in the Palace. She suddenly readied she rouldtri ntrttli uHtfwMU sptitlinp the dress. She Ihoutffit fi*l, a-id, letth the fa.*cina/ed rues of eneru olhct u -irnan i.atc'nnp her, flung herself tow in an Eastern obeisance. Her mentor was promptly refused permlsM.xi to appear at Cowl again. Then there was the high ranking woman whi> sponsored unwittme!> .i divon %  '. BsM BOUld MA.I present another person aHer ahut -II s cure rheumatism, lies, and neuralgia with it and make her ears glamorous with it It .i hit of ,i rise" said her mother, "after her being the Ihistbln Ud Queen of lM." 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