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WHAT'S ON TODAY

Court of Grand Sessions 10,00 a.m
Exhibition of Paintings and
Drawings, Museum 10.00 a.m
Meeting, General Board of
Health . 2.30 p.m
B.C. Films at Aquatic Club 8.30 p.m



For the cause that lacks assistance,
‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,
For the future in the distance,

And the good that I can do.

Mr. Truman

President Reveals
Foreign Aid Activities
By ARTHUR OLSEN

WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.

President Truman reporting to Congress Tuesday on|
foreign aid operfiions during the first half of 1952 an-
nounced a “clear and heartening trend to greater security
| and greater prospects for human progress” among the

nations of the free world.

Enough progress against the
threat of Communist aggression and
worldwide economic chaos was
made during the six months end
last June 30 to JuStify “cautious|
optimism”, the President



Indian
Proposal

UNITED NATIONS, New York,

Noy, 18.
The Indian proposal to end the
Korean war on a formula under-
stood to have the blessings of
Communist China seemed headed
for major revision today to meet
United States objections. An eight-
nation group set about trying to
reconcile ‘the Indian proposal
which was put formally before the
United Nations yesterday with a



sured.”—U.P.

U.S. Firms Invest
Abroad Mainly
To Make Money

NEW YORK, Nov. 18..

An American businessman told
foreign trade experts on Tuesday ,
that U.S. firms invest abroad
mainly to make money and will

United States and 20 other coun-
tries. The United States is stand-
ing firm on its demand that there
be no use of force to make prison-

said. |

He said “many of the major =
ers of war return to their home-
lands after a ceasefire. The Indian

of the six months under review
: recommends establish-

had been difficult.
jment of a five-member Commis-

The President said in a 30,000
word report “Deliveries of Ameri-

| sion to take jurisdiction over all
prisoners of war in demilitarized

can military equipment to Europe
fell below earlier expectations.
The period of military conscrip-
tion in some European. countries

‘zones. Those electing to go home
would be repatriated. The prob-
lem of those who resisted repatria-
tion would be turned over after a

was levs than had been hoped for.
Some areas of the world were in
a state of acute unrest and prob-
lems of underdeveloped areas re-
mained formidable. The ultimate

u 90-day period to a Political Con-
do so where “the general invest- ference on Far Eastern Affairs al-
ment climate is most attractive.” ; ready provided for in the tentative
Jack L. Camp vice-president of truce plan agreed upon at Pan-
the International Harvester Ex-| munjom.—wU:P.

success of certain crucial steps —
port Company added “you would
State Workers





such as ratification of the treat:
to create a European defence
community — is not yet fully as-
be surprised how many people
in this world apparently do not
understand that fact.”

Speaking at the National G O S ik
Foreign Trade Convention, Camp oO n \ tr e
said “our government may ,
give as reasons for its foreign ROME, Nov, 18.

| aid programme such things as, State white collar workers of the
helping underprivileged people,!Finance and Treasury Ministries
assisting good neighbours, stamp-: went on a 24 hour strike through-
ing out Communism and so forth.-out Italy in demand for higher
Much as we approve of these; wages, The strike is sponsored by
objectives never forget that when! poth the Communist-led General
you or I put our hard earned|Confederation of Labour and the
money into a proposition other; non-Communist C.1.S.L. organisa-

er
than charity we want the assur='tion. Workers at Genoa . said
;they would not strike however.

ance that the principal can .be

recovered if we so desire and) Premier Alcide de Gasperi

that there will be a reasonable personally . appealed to workers

return in the form of profits and!jast night to continue work

dividends. while Parliament examined
“During the session on foreign , demands for wage in-

investments, Camp listed the | creeses. Workers claim the cost of

following as “basic” requirements | living since the war has increased

for foreign investment; (1) “as-| py 46 times while salaries of State

surance against confiscation and employees have increased only 44

expropriation of the original | times. —U.P.

investment, accumulated profits

and profits put back into busi- ‘

ness.” Egyptians Want

2 “Assurance that if the invest- fr
ment is liquidated at some future Arms Not Rings
CAIRO, Nov, 18.

date, proceeds in local money
could be converted to dollars and
returned to the United States.” Married Egyptian army. officers
—U.P. | showed Monday night they would
rather have equipment than their
wedding rings. After a lecture
to a group of officers a guest sug-
gested that each donate his wed-
ding ring for the purchase of
arms and equipment. While the
married personnel stripped off
their rings, unmarried officers
shelled out the equivalent amount
in cash. 3
can said the publisher is sched- Premier Mohammed Naguib
uled to visit Honolulu, Tokyo,) said he would donate all the
Formosa, Hong Kong and | money he happened to have with
Manila. him—one pound. —U?P.

O.CHINA

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Touring Far East

SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18,
Henry R. Luce publisher of
Time and Life Magazines left
here aboard a Pan American
Clipper Monday for three weeks’
tour of the Far East. Pan Ameri-

—UP.

REINFORCEMENTS FOR IND



AT AN OPERATIONAL COMMAND POST, French War
M. de Chevigne (top) personally takes over new military problems
faced in Indo-China. He was on hand to watch the arrival by air of
French reinforcements (bottom). ‘T’he war sitnation in ma sy sections
has been growing critical as Commmnist-led forces make waine
(international)

flecretary

U.N. Revise

peace resolution sponsored by the |

PHavbados

ESTABLISHED 1895

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(From Our Own Correspondent)
LONDON, Nov. 17.

Mr. Simon J. Vos, Chairman of
(Toeeoe Leaseholds the Empire
oil producer, this morning turns
in record profits of £6,258,000, a
jump of £1,530,000,
| Shareholders will not jump for
oy, for their dividend j I;
ioe per cert. here Os
hepetuls expecting more,

As usual most of the profit
goes down the taxation drain —
with £1,000,000 more that Way at







£4,047,000. Compare that with
the £2,073,000 mite that share-
oolders get,

Leaseholds have big expansion
plans on hand — so — no doubt
they need all the money they
can scrape up. |

pecan



Engine Drops
| Off Plane

; BiLLINGS, Montana, Nov, i8.

| United States Airforce investi-
j8ators said eight of sixteen men
aboard a Cliy transport were
killed when one engine dropped
off the big stumpy “Flying ox-
car.” The other eight were carr ied
or crawled out of the crumpled ;
aircraft alive after it slammed into
a creek bank and burned ten
miles northeast of here yesterday. |
The official investigation disclosed |
that one of the plane’s propellers !
fell off then one of its two ae



plummeted to the ground shortly
after. The transport, which carried
five crewmen and eleven passen-
gers was enroute from manoeuvres
in Alaska to Greenville, South
Carolina. It landed briefly at
Great Falls, Montana early in the
day.

The C119 was the fourth plane
of its type to crash or disappear
within eleven days. The Airforce
in Washington said its C119’s
would be grounded until investi-
gations disclosed the “pattern of
mechanical failure” among those
which cracked up recently, The
names of the dead were withheld
pending notification of next of kin,

—UP.

Barracuda
Ate Scientist |

MEXICO CITY, Nov. i8.





Mexican and Cuban Press re-|Comptroller for Development and |

ports indicated that at least one |
of seven scientists and nurses who}
disappeared on a cruise off the}
Gulf coast of Tecolutra, Mexico,'
one month ago yesterday met a
gruesome fate—devoured by a
giant man-eating barracuda. Re~
ports said Luis Ruiz Bairlet, 15,
{and two other Cuban fishermen
lcaught the barracuda off the
|southern coast of Cuba, When Luis
‘cut open the belly of the fish he
found a gold wrist watch bearing:
the initials R.G.E., plus a ring and
a gold button. They are believed
to be the possessions of Dr. Raul
Gonalez noted Mexican Psychia-
trist and leader of a half business
half vacation party of Latin
American scientists who dropped
out of sight during a Gulf os.
—U-P.

Elections
BONN, Nov. 18. |
An overwhelming majority of;
the West German Parliament
voted to-day for a_ resolution
condemning the November 30

| Saar elections. The resolution
declared this State will never





recognize any ‘government re-
sulting from the election as a!
legitimate spokesman for the
Saar, |

Only 14 Communist Deputies
;opposed and they were loudly)
| booed. -, —UP.





French Govt. Back
U.N. Delegates ,

PARIS, Nov. 18. |

The French Government is
strongly backing up the stand
taken on North Africa by Foreign
Minister Robert Schuman and
the French delegation before the
U.N. To strengthen France’s posi-
tion Prime Minister Antoine
Pinay’s office of technical publi-!
cations issued the facts and
{figures on French administration
| there.

The Office said that except for
the Berbers. of the, Moroccan
Mountains there is no unity of
race in North Africa, the only
form of unity being the Moham-
medan religion. In Algeria and
Tunisia the Berbers ahd Arabs
have intermarried to such an ex-
tent that the two individual races











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wah hho irniomeen

BARBADOS DELEGATES to thé R.E.O. meeting in Jamaica leavin
ing with Professor C. G. Beasley (extreme .
Others in the
Walcott, M.C.P. They were alsé acco: anied b
act as Clerk to the Conference. *% ng e

Delegates
Leave For
REC Talks

SEAWELL, Nov. 18.—Mr. G,
HH. Adams, C.M.G., M.C.P., left
yesterday morning by B.W.LA.
for Jamaica to attend the Fifth
Meeting of the Regional Economie
Committee, after which he wil
be going to London for the Com-~
monwealth Economie Conference,

Accompanying him as Advisers
were Sir John Saint, Director. of
the Sugar Technology Laboratory
at. Edghill House, St. Thomas, and
Mr, F. L, Walcott, M,.C.P., both
of whom will be attending as Ad-
n Con-
ference which ‘will take place
after the R.E.C. Meeting at
Montego Bay.

Also leaving for Jamaica yes-
terday to attend the R.E.C. Meet-
ing was Professor. C. G. Beasley,
C.M.G., Ecqnomic Adviser to the

Welfare and Mrs, K. E. Walcott
of the Development and Weifare
Organisation.

Mr. F. E Miller, M.C.P. who
will be attending the West Indian
Conference as an Adviser, expecta
to leave later in the week for Ja-
maica.

‘Ghost’ Laid
Ghost’ Lai
PITTSBURGH,

PENNSYLVANIA, Nov. 18.

The flick of an _ electric
switch and the ghost which
“haunted” Frank Dorren-
bacher’s home for 15 years
disappeared Monday night.

Each night as soon as
darkness descended the
shadow of a “ghost lady” ap-
peared on the wall opposite
Dorrenbacher’s back porch.
But with the dawn the ghost
slipped away.

Sometimes the ghost flick-
ered on the wall—but most
of the time “she” remained
still with her head bowed.
The “ghost lady” was not a
spirit, but the shadow from
the bent reflector of a street
light.

But that did not put down
strange tales whispered by
neighbours, “Somebody be-
gan saying it was the ghost
of a woman who had hanged
herself a century ago” Dor-
renbacher said. “Others said
it was a lady who shot her-
self.”

Crowds began gathering
on the back porch to sec the
“ghost”. Police gave Dorren-
bacher . blank J. when
he complained. pa,
bacher called the Utility
Company who turned off the
light and promised to instal!
a@ new reflector, “I got my
first good night of sleep in
four months last night”
Dorrenbacher said.—U.P.





picture are L: to R,, Sir John Saint

U.N. Bla

\fo ‘Sniper Ridge’

United Nations * ean
proaches to “Sniper
front height.
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right), Chairman of the meeting.
; O.M.G, Mr. G. H, Adams,
Mrs. Margaret Walcott, of ©.

SEOUL, Nov, 18.
tanks and artillery blasted ap-

idge” as Chinese poured in reinforce ‘cain oes rere: > {
4 . ‘ pac Htal central) | Smiling, bareheaded, xs sen- |
ents apparently for another assault on the vital central | hower thanked the crowd for him-|
self and Mrs, Eisenhower,
delighted to be here,” he said,

ent Victor Kendrick said ve

sorties, dropping tons of explosives and twenty tanks of

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d For
| Israeli President

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Professor Albert Einstein has



ng napalm in ‘a seven hours’ attack.

US, artillery co-ordinated’ fire
with relays of fighter bombers
throwing thousands of, rounds -of
shells into attack routes leading
to the crest of Sniper Ridge and}
into the maze of tunnels and
caves on “The Yoke" a Red held |

| position. |

JERUSALEM, Nov. 18.

A platoon of U.S, tanks}
crunched across the frozen fields



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of
elect at
earlier had been that there would
be no pictures taken of the two
together |

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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT

Rainfall from Codrington: 40 in

Total Rainfall for month to date: 1.92 ins
Highest Temperature: 82.5 -F

Lowest Temperature: 172.5 °F.

Wind Velocity 6 miles per hour
Barometer (9




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| A.E.C. Will , Review

H-Bomb Picture

WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.
Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper ranking Republican
member on the Congressional Atomic Energy Committee
said that bédy will “review the entire hydrogen picture”
with special attention to “security slips that may have
occurred” in recent H-bomb tests

Sen. Hickenlooper, prospective
Pres. Elect

‘hairman of the Committee told
4 newsmen “we are ahead ef the

Communists in this fim, com-
a petition for nuclear power—-a
s competition which they have

forced upon us.” He said “before
hey think about waeing an ag-
gressive war they had best stop,








isiting

\ ”
Mr | ru él look and listen,”
, m fi Dr. Jules Halpern, - Chairman
5 of the Federation of American

WASHINGTON, Nov, 18.
Mr Dwight D. Eisenhower,
President-elect drove to the Whit.

Scientists hinted that the hydro-
gen-bombs is only the forerunner
of of

: ree 5 capable even
House from the airport today r ¥ aS i veer af fi
Cheering hundreds of thousands |8°@2te! Ss aprryie ag on wt4
5 ANGE 7 2, i org “Sommission’s

lined the streets, Smiling, bare Bomnic RAAT SY; Ver

historic announcement of H-bomb
tests “is a grim reminder to the
world that a way must be found
ts prevent use of these and even
more potent weapons to come.”

Sen, Hickenlooper made his
statement shortly after government
officials revealed that investiga-

Preliminary to his conferences|tions are underway throughout
with Mr. Eisenhower, Mr, Truman |the H-bomb Task Force in the
held a 20-minute conference with| Pacific to determine if restricted
budget director Frederick Lawton | lata have been revealed. Author-
and a longer huddle with Secre-|ities expressed concern about the
tary of State Dean Acheson, Secre-| iow of “eyewitness letters” from
tary of Defence Robert Lovett,!Eniwetok describing what writers

headed, My. Eisenhower told the
airport, crowd that “this is strictly
a business trip.” In a couple of
hours, he said, he would be taking
off for New York. He said he and
“Mamie” expect to be back here
somewhere near January 20 which
is Inauguration Day.

Secretary of Treasury John Sny-|—mostly junior officers and en-
der, and Mutual Security Chief | listed men—called history’s first
Averell Harriman, At: the last| Hydrogen bomb explosion.

minute Acting White House Presi- |
dential Secretary Roger Tubby |
aid one photographer would be |
permitted to take a pool picture |
the President and President-
the White House, Word |

—UP.

Protection For

Mr. Eisenhower

PUSAN, Nev. 18.

Airport ceremonies were brief,|, 4Vout 400 well screened Scuth
Korean Secret Servicemen and
Police will be assigned to protect
Mr, Eisenhower, said the South
Korean President in Seoul today



“We are
be |

am a little bit surprised by this|}when the American President
welcome. This is strictly a business | visits Korea. The National Police
trip. We will be here just a couple lave taking liberal precautions

hours, We are going to New| against snipers or “illas.
York and expect to be back here | igainst. snipers’ or guerillas
somewhere near January 20,”

Mr, Eisenhower was accom-
panied to the White House by his
two top liaison men with the Tru-
man administration, Senator Henry
Cabot Lodge, Junior, and Detroit
banker James Dodge,

The President-elect’s open auto-
mobile from which he waved a
friendly hand and flashed his fam-

The South Korean government
is expected to welcome Mr, Eisen-
hower at Seoul, About one third of
the Central Government officials
|weré moved to Seoul this week
from Pusan, The date of Mr.
Kisenhower’s visit « not —



Sim



; and rice paddies to add point eat: ede nes stimated ¢

|; been urged by. highl laced] |.. rp : ,} ous wide grin at crowds estimatec “gy , .
Israel authorities to Cairn. a{ lank high velocity fire to the | by Washington police chief Robert i Canada 8 Oil
candidate for the President of ee as ren Zowee. ken | Murray at “close to half a mil- a ' .
Israel ‘and his reply is now being|G™CK _ Sat e e uNauP | lion” entered the White House ,

nwaited, authoritative nemsources ae early today and had all} grounds at 6,47 p.m, G.M.T. Mr. future Bright
lisclosed. ndications of an impending | Kisenhower was escorted into Mr, As Satcdata .
: Womindtions for the new Presi-!"human sea" night attack. He|‘truman’s office at 6.51 p.m. isuoar autne icentine, oi
dent to succeed the late Dr.|S%d numerous small groups of |G.M,T,—9 minutes ahead of sche- Future Bright’ has been pre-
Chaim Weizmann must be sub-|COmMmunist up to compan | dule UP. r



mitted by November 28, Knesset
| (Parliament) will elect the new |
president on December eight. A
cable to Professor Einstein asking!

if he would be prepared to ac-|

cept the presidency was sent four
days ago.

f, An official said that Premier
Ben Gurion was not the one who
had taken the initiative in back-
ing Professor Einstein, but made
it clear that Mr. Ben Gurion was
not opposed to Professor Ein-
| stein’s candidacy,

Government circles axe inclined
to doubt that the Professor would
be willing to accept the Presi-
dency and abandon his scientific
work at Princeton University, but
he unquestionably would be wel-

} comed by political parties from
the right to the left wing.
—U.P.

| Soviet Press
| Ignore H-Bomb

| MOSCOW, Nov, 18.

| News of the United States Hy-
drogen bomb test has not yet been
published in the Rusgian. Press.
Ever since Hiroshima, the Soviet
position was that no atomic or
other weapon can long remain any
country’s monopoly. Since the ex-
‘lesion of the first Soviet bomb in
1948 the position has been that the
‘Soviet Union has and will con-
tinue to make atomic weapons a‘
long as it is necessary,

| It is also part of the general So-
viet military doctrine that no single
weapon can be decisive in modern
|warfare. This Stalinists theory
finds frequent expression in the
Soviet Press.—U.P.





_ ‘Daped”’ Reds Attack
Franco- Vietnam Column

HAN!
VIETMINH Communis
and whiskey according to







OI, INDO-CHINA, Nov. 18.
t storm troops doped on rice

‘rench officials Tuesday fanati





strength (800 men) were sightell |
in draws and gullies flanking the |
northern end of Sniper Ridge,
MIG 15 Shot Down

In the air a W.N, pilot shot
down one M.L.G, 15 jet fighter.
;Counter attacking South Korean |
infantrymen drove a company of |
| Chinese from the rocky point pin-
{nacle of “Little Pinger Ridge” |
running Eastward from “Sniper |
Ridge” shortly after noon today, |

The Red attack reopened the
month old battle for Sniper
Ridge after a 24 hour “little



armistice.’ During that time big
guns of both sides fired earth
shaking volleys at each other in
a tremendous artillery duel,
U.S. guns caught an estimated |
700 Chinese reinforcements mov-'
ing towards “The Yoke” yester- |
day plastering the area with!
heavy concentrations and forcing
Reds to take cover, A cold wave
swept the entire front and slowed |
fighting on the western and
central sectors. Troops took ghel-|
ter in winter bunkers, j
U.P.



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Free Parliament
» « + .
Promtised Syria

DAMASCUS, Nov, 18.
Colonel Adib Shashakli who}
led the Syrian coup last De-
cember, said here to-day that he
would soon restore Free Parlia-
mentary rule, i
Syria has been without a Par-|
liament since the Coup. The |
Colonel and Fawzi Selo (Premier) }
said “I do not want to rule the |
country in a dictatorial way.”
Colonel Shashakli told a visiting
Yugoslav press delegation that
the Syrian people and army are
democrats,”







—UP,

| WILL DUKE OF WINDSOR
ATTEND. CORONATION ?

LONDON, Nov, 18.
Visits by the Duke of Windsor
with all top members of Britain’s
Royal Family and with Prime
Minister Churchill indicated that|
the former King was sounding out |





ine 4 - . their wishes on his coming to)
have become indistinguishable. cally attacked the tail of a long Franco-Vietnam column Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation next |
oP. apne back from its 45-mile probe into enemy territory, |spring with his Duchess. The!
n official communique saidjminh guerillas only 40 miles|Duke will lunch Thursday at
TV Ss s “doped” Red commandos charged |north of Saigon sprang back into'Buckingham Palace with the
itations against a hail of fire onto tanks|action today in two of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh |
Ee, and armoured cars covering the|sharpest patrol clashes of recent it Was announced. Yesterday he!
E GUATEMALA, Nov. 18. {withdrawing column and set fire|months. had tea with the Queen Mother]
The Guatemalan _ Ministry of|to “several”, Twenty-one Vietnam comman-! Elizabeth widow of King George}
Communications said yesterday dos were killed arid five wounded VI and this afternoon wa he-;
that Government will begin is-] It said incensed Communists when Guerillas ambushed them.'duled to call on Mr. Churchill at}
suing licences _within a year forjleft hundreds of their dead along}In the wild melee-that followed Number 10 Downing Street, The
the construction of television |the mile long stretch of Colonial | Vietminhs left 13 dead on the Duke of Windsor has been staving
station: Ministry officials said) Route Two, over which a bloody| field before they fled. N two at Marlbor h House with his 85}
jthey hope Guatemala eventually|five hour battle wags fought,| Vietnam soldiers were nd year-old he Q M
\Â¥ ill be television link from)|Losses to the withdrawing French/12 wounded hen :
i nd Mexico t Argentina umn were “serious’, guerill taged a iTpr
i —C.P Meanwhile Communist Viet-|ig ps U.P Us
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UNESCO. aes R — houses. It is pointed out that
The United PeNations duce - ow ~~ ee oes
ional Scientific and Cultural fgets a § joe aa pati al
Organization (U.N.E.S.C.O.) con-| towards testiag Canada’s pros-
erence which was to have com-|pective crude producing areas.

nenced debate today on Spatn’s!|'rhe Study contains brief analyses
candidacy for membership was|of 62 companies actively engaged
djourned until tomorrow after-|in the search for oil. Orders for
oon at France’s request, quantities are now being re-

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yesterday. Ar ivil Servant, med & Thurs. Special 1.30 GOODBYE WMORSEMEN
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65th birthday to-day. Newman, §. ‘Tosebh, and A. ‘ose —— @BAL THEATRES
Mr. To is a retired eph, ge al ses & te JULY 45 Opie von
Inspector 0 Ools, is now act-
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ia N York by B.W.LA. tended the races. ‘ )—You may net have all the best Peuctvataaios) Starring
via New York by B.W.LA. Mental “alertness you usually were | THE AVENGER | with | Rod Cameron
Whilst in New York, Mr. Git- you can athieve in familiar Excitement . . Thrills! David Farrar Yvonne DeCarlo
tens visited some of the major “= “Misses Hoema and Debs aes ‘Fine day on. whole me | met sally : mr bodcy eiexin [meena a ae
film companies and made ar- ster ie di hers ot * te Ba 5 Me oe | Latest WES noes |
rangements for better releases for Mr. Norman Sookr sSimitar oer ak hi o%, en Opening Friday Bist.| “430 & 8.15 ONE TOUCH |The Andrew | Sisters
the Caribbean Theetres. He also Spain, rinsed, retursed ¢ ios “and double” your.’ henehts ABBOTT and Republic Double ACULAS
gave a hint on high class British B.W.LA. — your own talents and finesse. herve. COSTELLO|BELLE OF OLD CHACEI SG TER MOONLIGH
pictures that will soon be scveen- swedded ypoming ‘y . MEXICO) inot Suitable tor Capos
ed at the Plaza Theatres. He meeting whieh concluded Xi “me. *% 6 =NOVE Re Moon and 22 Sisco. Paint oe ever COMIN’ ROUND and Children) x | aid
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busi visit a Pronk © a lett Henn te ose.’. mae | Opening Sat. 2and | —_
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Poppy Dance MR, AND MRB. COLIN BATSON . Trinidad by the same as “=n SISSONS ‘BROTHERS Opening Friday 28th yuan eet | THE — he 4-90 & (6.30 %
HE Po Dance Committee ,,. ¥ : - after -—" Tt in the NO 2 bt Me Cecil B. DeMille’s | 5 : S ,
tell me that they are spar- Hormer Lieutenant Weds Launie Rock Thrille West Meet: se ad Yout ae fh| tumen cote tons miemas | OB. Dees | coe bea (eee MAGIC Damper} Brel, Fiymm
ing no effort to make the ballroom E marriage took place at the Indian Audience in Aruba * On Business Mvetimentsr. ‘buyind, "Bay Punistionn hdes, Guster SLAUGHTER -—-———| DESERT HAWK
as attractive as possible, for the Methodist Church in Aruba eee A. tlie oF near ise advances familiar and domestic os. Co-Opetative Cotton} SAMSON AND TRAIL &|Opening Friday 28th| sp
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day, November 22n ; hen: had the. opportunity recent-
It is a very worthy cause and ih eke “tareaies Marmont wer) ly of hearing Launie Rock, famous A. ‘Soa Shannon hon & Co
the Committee hope for a bumper nics Esperanza Gibbs, daughter of Barbadian comedian of a decade jp, Wia, seen

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‘reus employed as a teacher in the Vo- October 25. The function was He is a guest at Ocean View JANUAR te FEBRUARY &
HE CIRCUS, which is to be cational School of the Lago Oil & ®'ranged by the British West Hotel, AA Saved lication at

presented at the Paradise Tyansport Company, Indian Association, whose presi- Spent Three Monthe : dues etimbortantd ay ae ma Aship bo,

Club by the Rockley golfers on ‘The. bride who was given in dent is Mr. Carl Worrell, pga ME". STELLA SINGH, daugh- =rtistry. Advantages wane personal in- Fit and Trim "

the night of Saturday, December i by her father, looked Spartan player now residing terests, the arts religion.

jon ee put under the direc- cparening in a ‘atias of French Aruba, Mr. Worrell is employed Suignah ob Chita feed on FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) fromCoast toCoast!
ona G. Daysh, former com- 14.6, made with close fitting bodice With the British Consulate. ea to Trinidad by B.W.LA, over —Some slow spots but day is for ad-

matideér in the British Royal Navy, d full skirt. Th her hand she . The large audience attetding Y BW teh, vancement in all worth-while endeavours. Goingplacesoron busi.

master of Mapps in St, Philip, an @” ee bobheand . tunch the performance was thrilled with ‘Me week-end after spending three j7ciitny sports, learning, teaching, médi-

enthusiastic golfer and an expert- carried a prayer book and a bunch Launie’s jokes and dances, which months’ holiday with her rela- cine, nursing, have fresh impetus. ness bent; air-minded

enced organizer, He already has °f orchids. She was attended by tives. She was accompanied by her ' :

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alstributed ae! aes which are six be suste fs ago. Incidentally, Launie is now Wo children Carol and Don. dynamic and | magnetic in personality. travellers appreciate
Dante re penn) - grins A reception was afterwards married to a Dutch wornan, afid Capea OC, ‘alge Guid abaihst h li bee ae
bar, put Mrs. leach Vitener to held atthe home of the bride’s declared that When He tells His Mi Re comineering, thinking pour wey slwazs the cooling so

work on arranging decorations, Parents, attended by two hundred children to bring any thing to kim ; chey ooney detore nave Bie, Sata Ban Us. “4211” Genuine Eau de




drafted Mrs. Kat ypy, guests. Among Barbadians present in English they bring it in Dutch! < - Gate: Sah. Absa
gut our 2 ee, ee were Mr. Harcouft Pilgrim (who Another Barbadian on the pro Marties Again Pres; Count Ferd.

of circus scenes, and sent Mrs. presided at the organ at the church gramme who delighted the audi+ engineer, completer of the Suez onal,
Keelah King and Mts. Brenda ceremony), Mrs. Olive Bailey, ence was Mr. Alphonzo Weekes, LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Nov. 18.
Wilson to the kitchen where théy Mr. and Mrs, St. A. Weekes and formerly of the Barbados Police Mickey Rooney eloped with a

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are practicing cooking the tastiest Mr. Fred Parris. Band. Mr. Weekes gave two de- Seer red haired model Tues- What? Aj in! Let it reftesh you, too
hamburgers and most succulent Mr. and Mrs. Batson were the jightful numbers on the clarinet d fRy iS wuirwind ‘co announced that ® de bove” and
eee al produced for public recipients of an exceedingly and gained thunderous applause hls he ae courtship of ee a up above oD
umpt! large assortment of beautiful and from the audience. ‘our ui a By EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE
Intransit expensive gifts. The function was staged for the otaubtines for flee Se The pint " the ground
R. and Mrs. J. E. Date were"! Fi de purpose of raising funds to send sized Rooney married early Tues- LONDON.
among the passengers ar-! ‘or Xmas Holidays a sick West Indian to Jamaica for day to 22-year-old Elaine Mahin- MY condolences to Billy Wal-
riving here on Saturday by the he Medical treatment. lace, As an eminently eligible
SS, ite from England on hol- R. AUBREY BEST of the ” “It was her second marriage. bachelof, his name is frequéntly
iday en route to Trinidad. Crime Record Office, Police On Short Visit Rooney siid he met her two linked romantically with some=
Mr, Date, a cousin of Mr, Pat Headquarters, Trinidad, arrived R. H. C. MEDLAM, a part- months ago. one or other.
Date, a District Manager of Con- here on Sunday by the S.S. Colom- ner in the London fitm of =U. Prin
$eestation ig Assurance, M with a %, spend ee eer and errr hehe 9 & oA Ray + sb bow sotlstnn ban goutiiie had hin GV Wt
sine adeleine Sugar New Year Holidays wit Ss pa- tered ccountan arriv Y y y “
Bar vents at Station Hill, St. Michael, 8-W1-A. trom ‘Trinidad yester- _ LISTENING HOURS eon to 4 West End actress. 4 é

iy.
Also arfiving from England Mp. Best is a brother of Cpl. day morning on a short visit. He | We Rae NOVEMBER 19, na it is the daughter of a noble

by the same opportunity on Sat- Regt, formerly of the local Police is a guest at the Ocean View Ho~ *:



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urday intransit for Trinidad were tel. 4 p.m. The News, 4.10 ‘The Daily *TNothing in it,’ he says, “I Y
Mr. G, J. Kerr, a cousin of Dr. ape Mrs. Adams Speaks Service, els mY New Records p.m. haven’t seen the girl for ages. But Yj Vs
Mrs. Kenn Neale Dee On Holiday E Speaker at the Women’s Higby” League " Footbs -? vin”, Bin, do let me know when you beat
ier, Dire of ees. N BARBADOS for three weeks’ Club tonight s ae bea at ee ac can net whe the next rumour.” —LE.
cous ~ British Council Headquarters will Ju” bec nies cecincmiinae dee
OC. Oona of the ro holiday are — ameat an, be Mrs. G. H. Adams, Members une: m, Mgottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m. Wi
' Son is Horn ala nd be “sitter Cafmniiia a may, bring ee O Round Up and Programme Parade, Tm isdom of the ages GENUINE BLUE & GOLD
NGRATULATIONS to Mr. student of the Methodist Girls’ _ Visit To Head Office the News, 1-10 pm. Mome News trom 4 certain rich merchant of Bag-
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on Sunday. Beckles of “Leighton”, Passage yesterday on a short visit to the Ragio Rewsresl, 8. 30 P. m. Tehalkovaley, on amees cron ard football si
Mother and babe are doing well, Road. firtn’s head office. line Gun Vikevee oa eam. “What is sauce gan- (
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Commonwealth over we lamented
the oe pemmos to. higher a
e of our ve atren, Ki:
George VI. The late king as Pate
ton took ‘a very lively interest in
our Movement and his association
with it will best be remembered
by the ogtes lustre he gave to the
ighest dge a Scout can earn—
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Our loss is rendered less poig-
nant by the knowledge that we
now owe allegiance to a young
Queen, once an active Girl Guide,
who, as Princess Elizabeth assured
us in a broadcast that she had al-
ready dedicated her life to Ser-
vice for others, She has graciously
consented to be our new Patron
and we pledge ourselves to be co»
workers with her in the cause of
righteousness, peace and goodwill,

Pioneers

As Scouts who helped to blaze
the trail in the Mother Country
were called home during the year
so in our Branch we lost two of

mal bowel action. our -pioneers. On January 30th
Archdeacon Shankland after a long
and trying illness departed this
life. Alfred Shankland was al-

‘vays proud of the fact that he was
ene of our earliest Scoutmasters.
He' started the 3rd Barbados Troop
at St. Michael’s Cathedral in No-
vember 1913 while he was Curate
there. His interest in Scouting
never waned and his most inspir-
ing addresses at our St. George’s
Day Church Parades when he was
Dean of the Cathedral will ever be
remembered, He waga dear friend
of the First Sea Scout Group with
whom he spent days under canvas
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On February 8th the Rev, A. J.
Cocks was called to higher service.

r, Cocks was an ideal Scout, liv-
ng and practising the Scout life.
After serving the Movement in St,
Vincent he came to Barbados
where he soon became Assistant
Commissioner for Christ Church
and St. Philip. For many years he
lectured to the Rover Scouts of the
Rawle Training Institute sowing
seeds there which germinated in
many other islands of the Carib-
bean. On the death of Mr. G. B. R.
Burton, our first Honorary Secre-
tary, . Cocks was appointed to
the vacancy, It was in this office,
perhaps, that he made his atest
contribution to Scouting. e was
the ideal Secretary. Methodical,
and thorough his records, statis-
tics and knowledge of method and
jure were of immense value
successive Commissioners and
Secretaries, He maintained his, in-
terest in the Movement alnfost to
the day of his death.

Remarkable Y:

The year under review has been
remarkable for many ee
events, The Branch was honoure:
with a visit from the Chief Scout
of the Empire and Commonwealth,
the Lord Rowallan, K.B.E., M.C.,
T.D. The Chief Scout spent a
week with us, from 11th to 17th
February, Owing to Court Mourn-
ing activities were rather subdued.
A Rally and a Camp Fire were
held in his honour but thes were
not very impressive on account of
the relatively small number at-
tending in contrast with the num-
bers reported in our Census Re-
turns. Opportunity was afforded
the Chief to meet a cross section
of the community at Government
House and to address the First and
Second Grade Schools, the Cham-
ber of Commerce and the Girl
Guides. He also met members of
Local Associations at Cod on
College and St. James ed
School. At a meeting of Commis-
sioners he invested two and pre-
sented Warrants to all—this issue
of Warrants being due to the re-
organisation of the Branch.

Perhaps the event of his visit
i impressed hin: most was the
Wolf Cub Rally at Harrison Col-
lege at which he was presented
with an Address and a Purse with
the request that it be given to the
neediest case he met on his Tour.
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at once decided to send it to the
Wolf Cub Pack at the Princess
Alice Orthopaedic Hospital in
Capetown about which he yarned
to the Cubs. He made mention of
this at the Jamboree in Jamaica
and an account of it has appeared
in both The Seouter*tand The Scout
periodicals.

It is hoped that the effect of his
personality and his impressive and
truly inspiring “addresses made
during his stay in our midst will
long outlive the impression they
ereated on all who were privil-
eged to see and hear him.

Caribbean Jamboree

The Branch was represented at
the Ist Caribbean Jamboree staged
in Jamaica from the 5th to the 17th
March by a Contingent of seven
Sea Scouts, six Boy Scouts and
seven Scouters led by the Island
Commissioner. A full report on
the Jamboree has already been
submitted and it is only intended
to mention two matters therefrom
in this report. The Contingent gave
a very creditable account of itself
at the Jamboree and without doubt
benefited very much from the ex-
perience. The good which can ac-
crue from visits to Jamborees is so
great that every effort should be
made to ensure representation at
fYfure Jamborees by the establish-
ment of a special Jamboree Fund.

Bob-A-Job

For the first time Bob-a-Job
Week was instituted in Barbados.
Owing to uncontrollable circum-
stances propaganda and prepara-
tion for this venture were inade-
quate, Despite this handicap, how-
aver, success crowned our efforts
and the sum of $1,016.00 was real-
ised by no more than twenty-six
Scout Groups.

Criticism is often levelled at the
Boy Scouts for not doing more for
themselves, Bob-a-Job Week pro-
vided an opportunity for answer-
ing this criticism. The Scouts
entered the venture with commend-
able spirit and in a truly remark-
able way the general public
responded. Great hope is enter-
tained for Bob-a-Job Week next
year.

At the Annual Agricultural and
Industrial Exhibition in Queen’s
Park the Scouts ran two Stalls.
This was another opportunity for
undertaking self-help work as well
as for demonstrating Scout activi-
ties. A favourable impression was
made on the public and a tidy sum
collected. \

St. George’s Day

Boy Scouts’ Day, St. George’s

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Scouts paraded at St. Michael’s
Cathedral at 11.00 a.m. and the
Wolf Cubs at St. Ambrose at 4.30
p.m. ,

The following extract from a
letter to the Island Commissioner
from Prof. J. Sydney Dash is
worthy of inclusion in this report,
“Scouts, their relatives and ers
who missed the St. George’s Day
Service at the Gathedral were most
unfortunate. We had an excellen’
well arranged service and hi
an ardent and impressive address
by the Dean and stirring musical
strains from the organ, under the
maestro, Mr. Gerald Hudson. Only
one thing was missing—a large and
appreciative congregation.”

It is regrettable that these ser-
vices are always poorly attended.
Parents of the Scouts alone would
provide a large congregation to sa
nothing of members of Council
and Local Associations, The hour,
11 o'clock, has véry little to do
with the paucity of numbers as in
former years there were no more
at five o’clock in the afternoon,

Competitions

During St. George’s Week there
were several inter-Troop Compe-
titions, These served the two-fold
purpose of getting the Scouts to
mingle more and thus exemplify
the fourth Scout Law—Brotherli-
ness—and affording an opportunity
to gauge the standard of Scouting.
There was not an appreciable
standard even in some of the best
Troops.

The results of the Competitions
were as follows:

The Geoffrey Williams Signal-
ling Flag won by Ist St. Michael
(First Sea Scouts),

Aquatic rts Cup won by Ist
St. Peter (Third Sea Scouts).

Athletic Sports Shield won by
5th Bridgetown (Bethel).

The Boxing Championship Cup
won by Ist St. Michael (First Sea
Scouts).

Table Tennis Cup (kindly don-
ated by Messrs. Y de Lima & Co.)
wor by 2nd Bridgetown
(Y.M.C.A.,).

Shield for General Seout Work
won by Ist 3st. Michael (First Sea
Scouts), ~

Re-Organisation

The work of re-organisation of
the Branch continues with moder-
ate success. We welcome into the
Movement as Assistant Commis-
sioners for newly formed Local
Association areas Capt. R. A, Sealy,
Rev. Fr. A. I. Johnson and Rey.
T. J. Furley.

The Branch is fortunate in the
return to active Scouting of Mr. A.
Douglas-Smith, Resident Tutor of

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the Extra-Mural Department of the
University College of the West In-
dies. Mr. Douglas-Smith, who h
been appointed Commissioner <1
the Southern Area, brings to the
Branch a wealth of experience, He
has been a Scoutmaster for many
ears, attended the 1929 World
amboree and has qualified at Gil-
well Training Centre.

With the appointment of Mrs,
G. Hudson as Assistant Island
Commissioner for Wolf Cubs there
is great hope for the future. The
Wolf Cub Branch is without doubt
the most important section of the
Movement, It deals with the
youngster in his most formative
years and experience has proved
that the best Scouts are those who
have spent years “in the jungle’.
Mrs, Hndson has taken her ap-
pointment seriously and has al-
ready met with much response

Mr, R. S, Jordan, Senjor Inspec-
tor of Schools, was appointed
Assistant Commissioner for St
John. A Seouter of many years
experience and a former Island
Commissioner for Grenada his con-
tribution should be most valuable

Messrs, F. H, O’Neale and H.
Walcott, Probation Officers, have
also returned to active service
the former as District Scoutmaster,
the Northern Area and the latter
as District Cubmaster, the South-
ern Area, We welcome all these
appeintments and look forward to
renewed activity and progress.

Come And Go
They come and they go. The re-
signation through ill health of Col,
A, F. C, Campbell is much to be
regretted. Colonel Campbell has
always displayed great interest in
local Seouting. He has been for
years the President of the St,
Thomas Local Association and an
active member of the Island Coun-
cil, He was one of the Commis-
sioners invested by the Chief
Scout, We are, nevertheless, as-
sured of his continued interest in
the Movement and of his willing-
ness to help whenever possible.
We wish him improved health.
Mr. C, R, C. Springer as Acting
Assistant Island Commissioner for
Training has held three Founda-
tion Training Courses for Scout-
masters and would-be Scout~-
masters. These Courses, though
very preliminary, are very help-
ful to those who have a desire to
serve youth in Scouting and it is
to be hoped that future ones will
be taken advantage of.
The Camp Chief at Gilwell, Mr
John Thurman, has been pleased
approve my recommendation
that . Springer be appointed a
amp Chief and his Honourable

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Charge as Assistant Deputy Pamp
Chief has been received and wey
shortly be nted, As such Mr.
Springer will be entitled to hold
Courses in accordance with Gilwell
instructions.

Increased Activity

There has been increased activ:
ity in Camping by all Scout
Groups, Unfortunately the stand-
ards have not been very high. This
is largely due to lack of Camping
Equipment but alse to an absence
of savoir-faire.

Camping in a schoolroom is a
poor substitute for life under
canvas,

One Troop, the 4th Bridgetown
(James Street) went overseas to
Grenada for its summer Camp.
Camping overseas is to be encour-
aged for its value is tremendous.
It must, however, be pointed out
that going overseas does not jus-
tify the camping together of Cubs,
Scouts and Rovers, This type of
camping is against both the spirit
and the letter of Scouting. The
training in every phase of these
three sections must at all times be
kept strietly separate,

ne Finance Committee recom-
mended and the Executive Com-
mittee approved liberal expendi-
ture on Camp Equipment with the
arrival of which and with the help
of our A,D.C.C. there is hope for
improved standards in the new
yeer ;

That Imperial Headquarters is
mindful of Scouting in these parts
was demonstrated by the appoint-
ment early in the year of uad-
ron-Leader Ramsay as
Headquarters Liaison Commission-
er between London, Canada and
Barbados,

“Bill”, as he prefers to be called
has paid three or four visits sined
his appointment-——he is attached to
Trans-Canada Airlines and spends
about seven days every three
months, Full advantage is taken
of his visits and “Bill” is only too
eager to help all he can,

“Thanks Badge”

The “Thanks Badge” was pre-
sented to Mrs. F. J. Cole and
Messrs, H. N. Chandler’ and
Masterton-Smith for “valuable
services to the Movement.”

With improved finances it has
been possible to surround our
Headquarters with a wire fencing.
The planting of a suitable hedge
will soon be proceeded with, Paint-
ing and certain repairs to the
building are badly needed and it
is hoped that the greater part of
this will be the work of the Scouts
themselves,

The Executive Committee ap-
proved the use of Headquarters by
he Extra-Mural Department of
the U.C.W.I, and the Alliance
Francaise. This is of double ad-
vantage; not only is there a pecuni-
ary benefit but the room is no
longer shut up all day as it was
after the services of the Clerk and
the Caretaker had to be dispensed
with. '
Finances

The financial condition of the
Branch is better Locay than ever it
has been as an examination of the
Treasurer’s Statement will dis-
close, In the past there may have !
been too great a dependence on the
Government Grant and subscrip-
tions from the public, especially
the mercantile community. 4

Financial proposals implement-{
ed during the year provide for
contributions from’ every member

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Plans

LOCAL GOVERNMENT authorities in
England and Wales have received a cir-
cular from the Ministry of Housing and ;
Local government which mentions the: !
Queen's express wish that local celebra- }
tions should be as simple as possible and !
that “all undue expenditure should be |
avoided. No doubt the Queen’s wish would |
have been the same for Barbados if this |
island received communications from the |
Minister of Housing and Local Govern-
ment. Other points from the circular may
prefitably be studied by members of the
Coronation committees which have been

set up locally. Local governments are ex-
horted. to. use decorative materials which

will save imported raw material.

If street decorations are planned it is
hoped that full use will be made of local
initiative and talent rather than advice
from a central source. Painting or decora- I
tion should be done when there is ample
labour available. This point deserves espe-
cial attention in Barbados where the
months immediately preceding the coro-
nation are the peak months of employment
in the sugar and tourist industries. Paint-
ing or decorations should be commenced
before the reaping and grinding of the
sugar crop is at its height.

Coronation

Before any action can be taken by the
central government or by the local gov-
ernment authorities to paint or decorate in

be announcement of what the Coronation
plans are to be.

So far there has been no progress report
made by the large Coronation committee
appointed by Sir Alfred Savage. It may be
supposed that some action has been taken
since the first inaugural meeting and the
voting by the General Assembly of a surr.

of money towards government coronation
expenses indicates that the government has

already decided on its import requirements
of flags and buntings. The hope has been
entertained that by this time some. an-
nouncement would have been made of the
committee’s proposed intentions so that
the public might be allowed opportunity to
approve or disapprove before plans are
implemented. Many suggestions have been

put forward already in the Press as te what Shue thatrhe did not cémé tous

might be done to make the coronation
memorable and it is likely that private sug-
gestions will have been made to the cen-
tral and local committees. It would seem
therefore. that. the committee ought to be
able to announce its plans shortly, so that
labour can be employed at a time when it
ought to be more available than during the
peak period of employment in the sugar
and tourist industries. Especially if there is
going to be some permanent memorial of
the coronation, as has been suggested,
ought arrang2ments to be made now and
the work begun as soon as possible.

The Barbados Museum urgently needs a
new wing and the suggestion that it should
be opened during the Coronation Week has
been made. The- Fountain Gardens need
Stone seats to replace the unattractive
wooden ones: the Lake in Queen’s Park
needs to be repaired: these and many other
improvements ought to be effected well in
advance of the Coronation month? If an
Arbor Day is to be included in the official
celebrations, preparations will have to be
made very soon to obtain the large number |
of young plants in time for June. Whatever
is being planned by government agencies
or by private organisations with subscrip-
tion funds at their disposal ought to be
announced very soon, so that employment
opportunities may be evenly spread and :
competition for available labour be avoid-
ed. Those individuals and companies who {
have been thinking of decorating their
homes or places of business will have been
giving attention to the hiring of labour for
painting and other improvements. ‘The
more persons or Ccoripanies who decide
to brighten up their homes or stores
for the coronation the greater will be the
demands for labour. Those who have
already made up their minds to effect im-
provements ought not to delay any longer,
By announcing its plans for the Coronation
at the earliest date possible the Coronation
Committee will give a great fillip to the
latent desire of the people to make Her
Majesty's Coronation memorable and the
community will also be given adequate op-
portunity to approve or disapprove of any.
of the plans which are put-forward. June
may seem to be a very long time ahead, but
the stands along the Mall in London are
already in process of construction. In Bar-
bados our own celebrations ought in keep-
ing with Her Majesty’s wishes to be as
simple as possible. There would seein there-
fore to be no reason why the Coronation
Committee can not decide on its plang and
announce them before the end of this
month. Already preparations for Christmas
and the New Year are well adyanced and
unless the Coronation plans are announced
soon, savings which could have been allo-
cated to private improvements for the
Coronation might be consumed in celebra-
tions of the joyous season, just becau
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

LONDON LETTER

Not since Tiberius
Rome or Hitler mounted the Bify
rostrum at Nuremberg has there

Heverley Baxter

been such a _ reception for a fact we acclaimed her the Juliet
celebrity. On the stage was a of the century. I went to the first
Guards’ Band whose trumpets night and can never remember

sounded a fanfare above the rest being 30 moved as by her exqui-
of the Band playing “God Save site tenderness in the Balcony
the Queen.” Princess’ Margaret scene, If ghosts walk I hope that
and her party took their seats in Shakespeare was somewhere about
the arclight section reserved for that night.
them. First Showing

And then the great man him- The frst showing of “Lime-
self, looking like a genial light" was to the critics, together
dictator strolled to his seat in with an invited audience
the front row of the circle, and
bowed acknowledgments to the
cheering crowds. Whereupon Mr. the end of the performance the
Charles Chaplin then sat down critics stood up and cheered the

Noel
| banks, and the rest of them. Out- tears of

to look at the first presentation
of the film “Limelight” of which
he was the director, author,
composer, financier and star.

My wife and I also. settled
down in our seats which had
cost 15 guineas each, for the
great event was in aid of a
splendid charity. As London is
something of 4 village we saw
the usual inhabitants all about us
Coward, Douglas Fair-

side the cinema the milling crowds

‘eld up the traffic and no one
| cared. It was an event,

And the
London crowds love to be part of
on event even if they only see

the performance of the audience
rriving and departing,

Not Curiosity Alone t
My presence was not basically
me of curiosity or even a desire
‘o support a worthy charity. I
apologise for having to make a
short ‘personal statement. but it
is essential to the narrative.
Some months ago I resigned
as dramatic critic of Lord Bea-
‘verbrook’s Evening Standard be-
cause it was «impossible any
-cnger to get away, except oc-
asionally,
Commons at

night. The

eternal wigilance

‘oO meet’an attack.
After a lapse of time, however,

t was left to me

most interesting. or the

great silver haired star as he

crowd at the cinema gave him a

great ovation at the finish.
Critics Enthusiastic
On balance the Sunday film
critics were enthusiastic. Only the
wretched fellow in the Sunday
Express had said that it was a
poor thing. Yet on the following
evening at Strabolgi’s dinner I
would have to meet Citizen
Chaplin face to face, :
Fortunately, by agreement with
my host, I arrived twenty minutes
late for the dinner, having had to
deliver a speech at a Tory recruit-
ing meeting in North Paddington.
The dinner was a big affair of
about forty people and, with a bit
of luck I could get away without
the embarrassment of a personal

Annual Subs, And Ancient

from the House of
nar- who
rowness of our majority demands charity and as one

walked out. This was something. talk with the guest of honour.
Most of our film critics take a True to his Lord Strabolgi
very dyspeptic view of new films had chosen his guests (and there-
but apparently Charlie had fore their wives) from the hier-
momentarily bicarbonated the archy of the Socialist Party. ,
critical stomach. Herbert Morrison was in good‘
They were not, however, unani- form; ex-Chancellor Hugh Gait-
mous in their verdicts when they gskell looked, as he always does,
put pen to paper, Some acclaimed like a diffident David Copperfield
“Limelight” as a masterpiece and Arthur Greenwood, Treasurer of
confessed that they had wept the Socialist Party, was as full of
sadness and tears of sound wisdom as Polonius; Lord
laughter, Others declared it to be Jowett, Late Socialist Lord Chan-
too long, and one or two thought cellor, looked more like a Tory
the philosophy of the piece was than John Bull himself; sir
somewhat banal, but on the whole Hartley Shawewoss, the debonair
it was an enthusiastic reception. Attorney General of the Socialist
The fact is that they had wept, regime, gave a on elegance to
laughed and cheered. Who could the scene. Scarét tunicked waiters
ask more than that? supplied the final climax
Therefore on the morning of the pageantry,
iGala Premiere I was full of It was not exactly what the
curiosity and expectancy, and was Tolpuddle Martyrs, or Keir Hardie
delighted when a note arrived Would have visualised but moderr
from Lord Strabolgi inviting me British Socialists see no reason
to join a private dinner at the why tradition and elegance should
House of Lords in honour of belong solely to the Tories. They
Chaplin on the next Monday are quite right. '
night. Strabolgi used to sit as a You Next!
Liberal in the Commons as Com- When the dinner was finished
mander Kenworthy but when his Strabolgi called on Morrison tc
father died he went to the Lords propose Chaplin’s health. It was
and became a Socialist. It-was he a theme after Morrison’s Cockney
-organised the Gala night heart, for as I have said, both
Left Winger he and Charlie “knew abject

of

and readiness to another he probably wanted to poverty on the wrong side of

pay tribute to Charlie in’ the London’s river, As he neared the

» citadel of pomp and privilege—the finish of his eulogy he was putting
Lord Beaverbrook suggested that

{ should write each week in the

: . > coronatio st 'Junday Express on just one play
preparation for the coronation there must or one film or one Opera. Instead vealed to us on the Gala night.
of co¥ering the week's offerings As the lights dimmed I saW that

Upper House. { lovked forward to Charlie rather above the immorta!
meeting the great little man, William himself, when my atten-
Now for the film as it was re- tion was distracted by the arrival
of a note from our host.
“IT am calling'on you next.”

to choose the my handkerchief was at the ready That was all, but it was enough.
most for like most peoole I enjoyed a I
-mportant (not always the same good ery in

don’t know how Herbert’s

the theatre. The air speech ended because I was trying

jthing) and devote my awhele was tense with excitement,
Space to it. Naturally the Chap-
lin film was an automatic choice.
You will recall that with a
maladroitness difficult to under
stand, the American authorities
announced. that’ having granted
Mr. Charles Chaplin (who has
remained a_ British subject by
choice) a return permit. they
were not certain that he would
ve allowed to come back to
America. This, as Shakespeare
observes, was indeed hot ice. An
air line might as well sell a re-
‘urn ticket and then decline to
honour it.
‘ In. Britain there was an im- t
mediate and almost hysterical :
reaction, It ld seem that °" avi Gane,
Charlie was the most beloved
nember of our family, It

Promising Situation

Claire

were paralysed,

that his legs were pretty

-n our war + troubles, or enter-
‘cin our troops,” Or send us any
Sundles, but what of that? He
had made us laugh and he had

You will rememver that the
pictures opened with a promising
situation. In a shabby London
boarding house about the year 1912
Bloom, an out of work
dancer, had tried to commit suicide to Mr. r
because she thought that her ‘legs ete it went something like

To this house, where he also y =
lived, came Charlie as an old out- you Charles despite ens
of-work clown, He was drunk, so ¢xample—I want to say something
well about ae: ae ee »

aralysed too. We learn that he Many things: perhaps un-
toad the great clown Calvero, once known to ourselves our appetite
rage of London, now fallen lease and our palate grows more

anaged come fastidious for taste

Eps the pel goed re his Ponies therefore. removed from public

is i taste. We. cannot forget what you
and-there begins the sad little love , ot theallent fi

story of Spring with late wetanast Eee the days\of the-silent film

Whereupon Charlie starts to talk. Hen

There is no reason why a comic â„¢iming to such heights,

Serta te ‘stage, bot should ie your bowler hatted clown carry-

to think of how mine would begin.
No matter how much I could poke
a bit of fun at the Socialist hier-
archy present I would have to
come eventually to the guest of
honour.

So the moment arrived when I
had to say my say, about Charlie
Chaplin. As far as I

is:
“Charlie — for I refuse to call

een. So we are inclined to be-
and

you carried the art of

“The unconquerable courage of

fy noderately

| Soung English

nade us cry,

| If America didn’t want Charlie
ve would take him to our hearts
‘nd even kill the not very fatted
candle in the window and keep
the teapot brewing on the hearth,

Like Shakespeare

‘avourite son, But

bout that,

| Big Welcome
| So the li
is

brother ‘Sydney. They. were

nh uproarious

alf- was ditty slaughtered,
' Then came. the advent of the

amous film “Limelight” in which
© Was going to reveal the genius

vhich he» had brought at long
‘‘ast to the talkies, He had been
the unchallenged star of the
silent film and had refused to
risk his laurels by adding sound

9 sight, and had ventured only
into the realm of
talkies. Now, however, we were
‘o get Chaplin at. the full tide of
‘is voice and genius;

Our interest was enhanced by
‘he fact that he had Selected a
actress Claire
i loom, as his leading lady, Since
acting in “Limelight” she had
conquered London as Juliet in the
Old Vie production of that most
exquisite of Shakespeare's plays. In

Our Reader's Say; = mcs

“Repairs”

To the Editor, The Advocate—

Str,—I, unfortunately, omitted
from my letter a few days ago on
“Repairs” another point of much
‘mportance and urgency which I
had in mind a kindred matter
which presses very heavily upon
Many of our poor citizens, But
yet that letter was somewhat over
long. Kindly allow me to return
and mention the point to-day,

_I refer to the question of the
aigh, excessive and still increas-
ing rents which are being charged,
to those who have’ no little place
of their own, and often for v
oor accommodation—just a sma’
toom and perhaps in bad repairs.

_ Quite a number of poor old and
disabled people have complained
in my hearing of having to pay
4/~ or more a week, and when
we remember that the old age pen-
sion is only 5/- and the Parish
Help only 18/- per month, with
no C.O.L .bonus, what is there to
live by? "9

Something ought to be done
about the trouble and that without
loss of time, and I have thought
that some scheme of arbitration
should be instituted to control the
position. This is an age of “Con-
trols”,

I have thought also that perhaps
the Housing Board would take on
the job or at least co-operate in
whatever scheme may be devised
i know that the members of thai
B i are busy men, especially the
Chairman, and that the Secretary



i¢ man arrived with
s attractive young wife, his
children and their. older’ half

have a voice and a vocabulary ing his stick like a rapier, cap-
which is something between the tured the heart and the imagina-
chairman of a bank and a pro- tion of the world. You were .
fessor of psychiatry? ridiculous figure with a dignity o

He lectures the poor’ little Your own, You were an absurdity
dancer on the philosophy of life that became an sxupetion of
as if she were a class at Yale, amity in a mad world. But in

4 and Herbert i those days you expressed a world
Morrison he had once lived on saat that esi or ieee ee
the South Bank of London and
we would acclaim him as a
what about
his alleged sympathy with Com-
munism? We couldn’t be bothered

sdesi i ' of meaning by a mere shrug of
Sacndaen Lack tt tha tetas the ha or the raising of
they grow, look at the roses Your hat.
achieving beauty and form, look . “You did not needs words, That
at the rocks with their design. ie cubat aes = in oe pew Sin
As her legs were paralysed—or, nie 7 rel 3 a Leen) an aa
at least, she thought they were—— ae ov have edecladed ag
there was no escape. Calvero had 1 sue litici Mantle evietaac
found an audience that could not 7@Ve! Of politicians who say every
walk out on him, and he made thing and continue to do so even
the most of it when they have nothing more to
If he had only faltered for a Say. We welcome you as you are,

given word or stumbled into an occa- but we miss what you used to
welcome and the gional incoherency it would not be.

ave been so bad. Put he gave the A Gentle Soul
ation that he would have Well that is the end of the
addressed the combined Houses of story. I have since learned that
Parliament without an extra he has cut nearly half an hour
tremor of the heart. It was only of the film but he must cut more
when he stopped talking that we than that before I would sit
saw that Chaplin’s genius is stil] through it again, ,
alive, The scene where he returns Finally what is he like as a
to a third-rate music hall and man? He is a gentle soul with a
gives us the seedy, indomitable hatred of war and a_ passionate
tramp once more is superbly belief that the people of the world
done. should live in amity together, By

I wrote at length about it in Hollywood standards he is an in-
the Sunday Express under’ the tellectual but the processes of his
heading “Alas Poor Charlie!” To mind are young rather than sage.
me the picture had been boring, But as an artist I cannot believe
the philosophy juvenile, the music that he has anything significant
and ballet dancing no more than to bring Y cae ee ae now. He
adequate, and the only genius won our hearts as the
peeiaeias was when Chaplin re- clown, and if ‘had been wise












verted to the clown of other days,

It is only fair to say that the





has his hands full, But perhaps
two or three members might be
able to undertake the valuable
service of arbitrating—if any poor
sufferers had the courage to come
forward and make an appeal;
there would not be so many at
first, I fear.

I have understood that 10% on
the value of house property was
a fair and reasonable return — is
that correct? Well, I think some
owners of these small shacks look
to get 20, 30 or even 40%. They
are not accustomed, perhaps, to
handling figures commercially, or
worry about them, but simply set
out to get as much as they can.
I do not say they are altogether
selfish, but they need instruction
and the appeal to observe the
Golden Rule of mutual regard and
help. Of course, we all know that
repairs are very much more cost-
ly than years past, but yet, a
reasonable middle course should

be discoverable.
oR GODSON.
Walk And Ride
To the Editor, The Advocate—

SIR,--May I be permitted to
reply to a letter appearing in
Wednesday’s Advocate (Nov. 12)
written by someone who signs
himself “Dissatisfied”?

First, allow me to inform him
that a letter which criticizes a writ-
er’s academic ability rather than
his standpoint on any issue, must
be considered by any unprejudiced
reader, lacking in good taste. Fur-
thermore, it is fairly well known

he would have said, like Hamlet:
“The rest is silen





rah

fast becoming
“Dissatisfied” .
to the title, he should be
to accept its adv: iges and
advantages, It is une tian, how-
ever, to demand it others who
fare poor and admit it, be made
poorer by increased taxation,

His attack on cycle taxation, I
fear, leads me to rd that he is
a car owner and is finding the

taxes irksome. ne alternative
(forgive me per ting it out) a

apparent, ju cannot af-
ford to keep the » sell it, and

in the lowly ofes that walk and
RALPA CARLTON.
Christmas Cards

To the Editor, The Advocate—
Sir,—Perhaps Firecracker’ ex-

perienced no s' over the letter
in. regard. to -winning
Christmas Card signed .

T cannot say the same, as ‘Fire-
cron bland that the
birth of his own nd the birth
of Jesus Christ, thy Signet of the
world, should both be celebrated

in the same manner, tht is, by the
drinking of rum, Perhaps this
writer also feels that the playing
of calypsoes and a little be-bop and
boogy Wwoogy would be a more ap-
propriate way of celebrating the
Birth of Our Saviour than with
Carols.

Well, this is a free country
Merry Christmas, Firecracker, and
may the Lord spare you a head-
ache,

DIFFERENT,

s
Rites ... WHAT A STRANGE
MIXTURE THEY MAKE IN

MAU MAU

By JOHN REDFERN
NAIROBI.

MAU MAU fanatics, frantically trying to
stiffen the movement against continued
arrests, are wearing home-made robes closely
resembling a Roman Catholic priest’s vest-
ments.

I have studied these Mau Mau robes.
Plainly, they are inferred by some renegade
Christian well acquainted with Church
vestments.

Take the Mau Mau khanzu, the long white
cassock-like garment normally worn by Afri-
can waiters and house servants.

The Mau Mau version has blue bands sewn
round the neck and cuffs. This is a copy of
the alb worn by a priest at Mass—the blue
bands correspond to the “apparels,” the

technical term for squares of silk or other

material used to enrich the alb and the}}
amice, a kind of neckcloth worn with the |
alb.

Mau Mau “celebrants” also wear a strip of |







)
blue material round the neck, crossed in

front of the body and passed under a blue
belt—in imitation of the crossed stole and the
girdle that are part of the Mass vestments.

Another Mau Mau vestment is a cloak-like
sheet with a hole in the centre through which
the oath administrator puts his head. This
corresponds to the eucharistic chasuble.

One of these garments seized by the police
had a number of crosses worked round ‘the
neckband — and so have many genuine
chasubles.

TO INSULT THE CHURCH... .

Tn one Mau Mau ceremony the “priest”

wore his vestments with an ordinary felt

hat on his head. The ceremonies at which }:

the robes are used are often revolting.

These vestments are not used at all Mau
Mau ceremonies. Aj great deal is left to local
initiative.

The imitation of Roman Catholic practices
is two-purposed. f

First, to insult the Roman Catholic Church,
whose bishops in East Africa have solemnly
excommunicated adherents of Mau Mau.
Sécond, to cater for the “push” Africans’ ap-
petite for queer cults in which the pagan
predominates although there may be traces
of Christian rites.

THE ‘FRIENDS OF THE DEVIL’

THE more I study Mau Mau the more I
remark its mixture of ancient and modern
Africa.

There is evidence that Mau Mau is organ-
ised on the basis of small cells of picked men
who are given a good deal of freedom in
matters of detail.

When a cell is working successfully, one
or two members are detached and sent to set
up another cell in the same district.

In fact, Mau Mau shows all the apparatus
of a modern political movement — annual
subscriptions (these are graded according to
‘means from £5 to 7s. 6d.), offices, secretly
circulated pamphlets, and equally secret
regional offices.

These offices are believed to be at African
‘townships like Kiambu, Naivasha, Fort Hall
and Nyeri—but no one has actually found
them yet.

It also has elements linked with a very
dark Africa indeed. Many of the Mau Mau
teachings echo beliefs everyone thought had
been abandoned.

For example, the anti-European emphasis
in Mau Mau oaths is a repetition of teaching
put out years ago by a sect, founded by an
ex-member of the Salvation Army, which
taught that all Europeans are friends of the
devil. }

They used red uniforms, megaphones, and
drums.

Some clauses in Mau Mau oaths seem to
come straight from the Watu Wa Mungu
(The men of God), a sect formed 20 years
ago by ex-mission scholars of the Kikuyu
tribe.

Mau Maw has also taken over a good deal
of the black teaching of the Dini Ya Msambwa
or Spirit Worshippers, who became aggres-
sive during tne war under the leadership of
African Christians expelled from their
churches for polygamy.

THIS sect has been involved in rioting,
arson, and anti-Government propaganda. It
is now banned. Mau Mau has undoubtedly
pulled in some of its adher2nts.

‘Mau Mau has a considerable talent for
taking ingredients from other sources and
using them in its own reeking brew.—L.ES,

—_——

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By HENRY LOWRIE

STILL NO SIGN of that eagerly awaited
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spreads from the central plains to both east
and west coasts.

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at 253 million dollars (about £90,000,000).
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Favour Of Accused



“MBER 19, 1952

Following the instructions of Mr, Justice J. W. B.
henery, an assize jury yesterday acquitted Fitz Harold
Haddock of the charge of manslaughter. Haddock was
alleged to have unlawfully killed four-year-old Carl Rogers

while driving the car M-691
on May 18.

along Prospect Road St. James,

The Prosecution closed its case after calling 15 wit-
nesses, and Haddock’s counsel submitted that the evidence
was not strong enough to ask the jury to consider a verdict,

Mr, E. K. Walcott, Q.C., associ-
ated with Mr. J. S. B. Dear repre-
sented Haddock. Mr. W."W. Reece,
Q.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted
for ihe Crown.

There were two other charges of
manslaughter against Haddock in
respect to Carl Rogers’ brother
and sister, but after the jury re-
turned the verdict of not guilty,
Mr. Reece entered a nolle prose-
qui in these two other charges,

The case started on Monday
when nine. witnesses gave evi-
dence,

The witnesses who fave evi-
dence yesterday were York Est-
wick, Dudley Fitt, Isalene Beckles,
Doris Greaves, Ruth Clarke and
Estellene Richards.

York Estwick said that on May
18 he parked his car at the side
of a curve on Prospect Road to
speak to some workmen, Soon
after a man rode pass on a motor
cycle and shortly after a car
passed, both going in the direction
of Bridgetown. The driver of the
car pulled off the parked car,
seemed to lose control, and struek
a wall.

The car was being driven at a
fair speed, not too fast nor too
slow. On June 8 he returned to
the scene of the accident with
Superintendent Simmonds and Mr
Farnum of the Department of
Highways and Transport. He
varked his car where it had been
parked on May 18, and Superin-
tendent Simmonds and Mr, Far-
num took certain measurements,

. Moderate Speed

Cross-examined he said that he
had told the Police Magistrate
that the driver of the car had
been going at a moderate rate.
The car was travelling about 100
yards behind the motor cycle.

Dudley Fitt said he was on
Prospect Road at the time of the
accident, When Estwick parked
his car, he and other men went
around it and were talking to him.
The car was parked on the left
side of the road. A motor cycle
passed going towards Bridgetown
and soon after a car. When the
driver of the car swerved to pass
the parked car, the tail of his car
hit the wall and the car again
hit the wall further on.

When he first saw the car it
was about a quarter of a mile off.

Cross-examined, he said when
the car was coming towards the
parked car, it kept much noise.
The noise it was making might
have led anyone to believe that
it was travelling at a fast rate,
but the time it took to reach him
convinced him that it was only
going at a moderate speed. It was
about 100 yards behind the motor
cycle,

Isalene Beckles said other girls
and she were on Prospect Road
talking when the motor cycle and
car passed. She saw when the car
swung and struck the wall, and
later saw the children lying on the
ground. The car was travelling
fast.

Cross-examined she said thal
she did not know where the chil-
dren were before she saw them on
the ground. The reason she said
that the car was travelling fast
was because it was keeping much
noise, t

Behind Motor Cycle

Doris Greaves said that on May

Make
HARR

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18 when the accident occurred she
was in the verandah of her home
four houses from the Rogers’
home. Haddock passed driving the
car M-691 towards Bridgetown a

short distance behind a motor
cycle, Haddock steered . off an-
other car which was parked

around a curve and hit a wall on
the opposite side,

The car was being driven fairly
fast.

Cross-examined, she said that
she knew nothing of speeds, bui
when she said fast or slow it was
just her idea of fast or slow. She
could not estimate how many
miles an hour the car was travel-
ling, but it was going fairly fast.
When it passed, men who were
around the parked car scrambled
out of the road.

Ruth Clarke said that she was
on Prospect Road at the time of
the accident, The car M-691 was
being driven at a moderate speed
before it swerved off the other car
and struck the wall.

Estalene Richards said st was
near the scene of the accident, but
she did not see the car M-691
until it struck the wall.

This was the last witness for
the Prosecution,

Mr. E. K. Walcott said that be-
fore considering whether or not he
would call witnesses, his submis-
sion was that there was no evi-
dence whatever on which the
Crown could press for a convic-
tion.

negligence, They would have to
prove a high degree of negligence,
gross negligence. As His learned
Friend had intimated in his open-
ing, two witnesses had said that
Haddock was travelling fairly fast
and most of the witnesses said he
Was only travelling at a moder-
ate speed.

Negligence Not Proved

Apparently the only allegation
was speed and the fact of the
death could not in itself prove
this negligence. Actually there
‘was only a single witness who had
stuck to her evidence, Doris
Greaves, that the car was travel-
ling at a fairly fast rate, as the
other witness who said that the
car was going at 59 miles an hour,
had afterwards said thzt the car
might have been going at 20 miles
an hour, x

Doris Greaves had admitted
that when ske said fairly fast, she
meant her idea of fairly fast and
did not mean it in relation to a
rate of miles per hour. So taking
everything into consideration, His

Lordship could do no less than ask :

the jury to return a verdict of
not guilty.

At the request of Mr. E. K, Wal-
cott a short adjournment was
taken at this stage.

Upon resumption His Lordship
said, “Mr. Foreman and Gentle-
men of the jury, the prisoner
Fitz Harold Haddock is charged
with manslaughter. .

The circumstances of this un-
fortunate and unhappy incident
are fresh in your minds and no
doubt will arouse and have
aroused strong -condolence and
sympathy among all because such
is the common bond of humanity
the binds us all together. But that
aspect of the matter is not at al!
before us. We are simply concern-
ed with whether on the evidence
as given in this witness stand by
the various witnesses, there is
anything proven from which it
would be legitimate to ask you to
consider. a verdict against the
prisoner.

The learned Solicitor General
set out in his opening address to
you with complete and admirable



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BARBADOS

Acquilted Of Manslaughter

only two points which approach a
case of speeding is the evidence
of the witness John Small who
started off by saying the car was
going dbout 50 miles an hour, but
under cross-examination said it
might have been 20. You also re-
member the evidence of Doris
Greaves.

ADVOCATE

Charge He always |







the charge of manslaughter can |
be founded, or even the lesser
charge of dangerous driving.
Speed is the only danger alleged |
and you will recall the evidence
that the driver was only going at |
a moderate speed. There is noth-
ing to suggest culpable disregard.

| Golf Club reported to the Police

Therefore, under the circum-
stanees, I will ask you to return a
formal verdict of not guilty.”

The jury returned a verdict of
hot guilty.

Mr. Reece then entered a nollie
prosequi in respect to two other
charges of manslaughter against
Haddock.

The Evidence

Nearly all the witnesses testified
that the car was being driven at
what they called a moderate raté
and those who could see at that
point said it was being driven on
its proper side. Therefore, such
being the case, and as in criminal
law the mere happening of an ac-
cidént is not enough to draw a
conclusion of negligence it is my
duty to peint this out, There are
certain aspects of the Law of Tort
res ipse loquitur—where the mere
happening is enough to make an
accusation, But no such theory is
ever allowed to invade the pro~
vince of the Criminal Law. The
miere fact of what happens is not
enough to throw the onus on the
criminal side. In any case the onus
never shifts in a criminal matter.
In so far as déath” resuked, it
was right and proper that the}
matter be investigated, even to the
length it has been, so that the
public would be assured that
nothing was left undone that
should have been done.

So far as your province is con-
cerned, while the Court always
hesitates to interfere and only does
so under the plainest compulsion,
in this case I would be abdicating
my function if I allowed the case
to go to you without directing you
that there is no evidence on which
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Gov’t Request Princess
Royal’s Visit To B’dos

THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed an
Address to the Acting Governor agreeing to an invitation

being extended
she is Visiting other
The Addr« was in fr
His Excellency the Acting
Governor has the honour to in-
forr he Honourable the House
of Assembly that he has been in-
formed thet Her Royal Highness

the Princess Royal will be visit-

ng Trinidad and British Guiana





eC next year. Accordingly
H cellency would be pleasex
to kn f it the wish of the
Honourable House of Assembl)

that an invitation be sent to He:
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dos,

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applie

Honourable










to the Princess Royal by Barbados while
territories in the Caribbean area.

“~ply to the Acting Governor's

Alcoa Pegasus
Brings Cargo
FromMontreal

The S.S. Alcoa Pegasus which
arrived in port from Montre*! on
Sunday left port yesterday for
Caripito.

The Aleoa Pegasus brought a
mixed cargo to the island. This
cargo included 4,000 bags of flour,
210 tierces of pickled meat and
200 containers of lubricating oil.

Other cargo included clothing,
cotton piece goods, rayon piece

ods, glassware, machinery and
a shipment of pharmaceutica!
products. The Alcoa Pegasus ar-
rived under the command of Cap-

1 D. K. Sweeney and is con-

signed to Da. Costa and Co. Ltd

MONEKA TAKES RUM

After a stay of five days in tae
harbour, the 100 ton motor vessel
Moneka weighed anchor and sailed

As far as Out of the Careenage on its way

to Dominica and St. Kitts.
The motor vessel arrived in the
> during last week with its







members nuly supply of fresh fruit
remembet that when the colony. After unloading
Alice visited. eoigra his cargo, the Moneka began to
ernor sent dowr a ad a at tite of r in-
defray expenses in ' ica and s K: ts oak > need
with her visit. On that oceas- o¢ tard na sian a h
jon, the Houte woted $1.00. He“, = margarine ‘for Goth
Â¥ not sure as to the length of ap ind ts ae al ld _, The vessel is under the command
te i Berbedos Bet he: of Captain R. Hudson and is con-
€ wean Gis matter of ds i the Schooner Owners’
He said the matter was
nad he therefor








simple

the Address be pess-

Cox (L) seconded
Information
G. Mapp

sore

(L}. said that
more informa-
The Addres
clear whethe



ther



C es to visit n while
sh as in the area and the Gov-
ernment wanted to extend the
same courtesy to a member of

the Royal Family, then he was in
sympathy
They

with

vell

the
could
of



of the Commonwealth,



Adadr-ss.
understand the
the Ge vernment, aS a

CARGO FOR GRENADA





departure on Monday
iliary schooner Gita
weighed anchor to sail

S schoomer is carrying 3
mixed cargo of foodstuffs and other
terns to Grenada under the com-
mand of Captain W. Rose.

LAST TRIP FOR SEASON



“The MV, Canadian Challenger

. arrived in port at daybreak yes-
terday morning on its last South
, bound trip from Montreal for

the
seeson.

Arriving under the command of
Captain V. N. Clarke, the Chal-
lenger brought a general cargo of
foodstuff to the colony.

Besides the 200 tons of cargo. the
Challenger also brought a total
of 41 passengers, 21 of whom
landed here and the remaining 20



its wish to join in the invita- are intransit.







if, vever, Her Royal High-
ress had decideg to pay a visit to
Trinidad a then British Gui-
ana, and not e rest of the area





it did not matt
sonally r





did not feel it S any discour
tesy either, if such was the «

It was different matter, he
ever if the Government wa
merely joining the other colonies

in extending in invitation as



matter of courtesy to a membe
of the Roya! Family.

He hoped his colleague, the
honourable junior member for
St. Thomas would clear that
point,

Dr, Cummins pointed out that
the Princess Royal was visiting

Trinidag to inspect the Red Cros
and British Guiana had
the opportunity to invite her
that colony. The Acting
ernor ithis Message was
asking the Ho
if they so desired.

The Address was
assed





p
;





KATES OF EXCHANGE

WOVEMPER 18, 1982
eiling N YORK Buying
D ea <
inn} 10.7% pr
Sight or de 1
Drafts 70.5% pr
99.4 pr Cable
70.9% pr. Currency 69.2% pr
Coupons 68.5% pr
CANADA

(Including Newfoundland)

taken

Gov-
only



eventually

On its return trip, North-bound,

tity of molasses for Canada.

Agents for
Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co
Ltd.

FROM BRITISH GUIANA

Another arrival in port yester-

w- day morning was the S.S. Kallada “©ecause

which hailed from British Guiana
under Captain 8S. Riley.

Consigned to Messrs. Da Costa
& Co. Ltd., the Kallada brought a
cargo of mixed items from
other islands of the Caribbean
This cargo included - limacol from
British Guiana, pickled meat from
Trinidad and other
various ports.

101 PASSENGERS INTRANSIT

The Duteh steamship Cottica
called at Barbados on Monday

from Amsterdam with 108 passen-
to do the same gers, 101 of whom were intransit

ind 7 landing. ;

Master of the Cottica is Captain
its local
agents are S. P. Musson & Sonr,

N. F. Van Deum and

the. Challenger are had been prepared

the

items from



ca Se at

“ You, there — stand to attention when you're returning property to a German officer.”

ow rerpe

tees



UBER ALLIES by ret



House Pass $10,000
For Coronation Expenses

THE House of Assembly at their meeting yesterday
passed a resolution for $10,000 to cover expenses for the
Coronation Celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth

Dr. H. G. Cummins who took charge of the measure
told the House that in view of the fact that the Coronation
would take place in June next year, a local Committee had

been arpaiies te go into
agenda for the celebrations

There was also a number of
sub committees which held
couple of meetings but they had
not reached fiuality.






The $10,000 asked for as the
addendum to the resolution
pointed was for the purpose
of enabling orders to be placed
and to meet current expenses in
connection with preparations for

local celebrations.

The amount included provision
for decorations and illuminations
which hag to be ordered im-
mediately so @s to ensure de-
livery. It elso included provision
for work on decorations which
would be carried out locally but
which must be paid for as the
works were completed.

He said that provision was in-
‘luded in the resolution for fire-
works, the cost of which was ex-
pected to be recoverable and add-

the Challenger will load a ates ed that further provision would
a}

be sought when full estimates

With regard to the placing of
the orders, Dr. Cummins told the
House that the Government had
heen asked by the authorities to
place ther as soon as possible

they were expecting

orders for large quantities and
they should therefore not wait
until the last moment to place
them.

On the recommendation of the

Committee, the $10,000 set out in @

the resolution had been asked for.
He therefore begged to move
that the resolution be passed.

Mr, M. E. Cox seconded and
the resolution was passed with-
out further comment.



Refuse Dumping
Ground

The Sanitary Department is at
present dumping refuse on Mur-

Ltd. The Cottica left port the same phy’s pasture which ig situated at

day on its way to Trinidad.
LUMBER AND BEER

Pine lumber and a large ship-
ment of beer were the chief items
of the cargo of the Saguenay- Ter -
minals steamship Sundial which
arrived in port last Saturday.

The Sundial also brought a ship-

the rear of Mason Hall Street.
This pasture is being built up by
many feet.

Eustace Deane, whose house
was blown down last month and
who now lives at the St. Michael's
Almshouse, is employed levelling
the refuse,

A resident of the district told the

the matter of preparing an



-”'”-——
750 For Expenses
.
Of Parliamentary
2 . . Te «

Delegation’s Visit

The House of
terday passed a
$750 to meet the expenses in
connection with the visit of the
United Kingdom delegation of
the Commonwealth Parliamen-
tary Association to the West In-
ares.

Dr. Cummins said that hon-
curable members were aware
that the delegation would ‘be
visiting Barbados and added that
he local branch of the Common-
wealt Parliamentary Associa-
tion had met and requested that
the sum mentioned ih the reso-
lution should be voted in order
to meet expenses with regard t~
hotel accommodation, travelling
in the island, entertainment and
other contingencies.

The Addendum ‘o the mesolu-
tion reads: .

The Local Branch of the Com-
monwealth Parliamentary As-
sociation, which comprises the
members of both Houses of the
Legislature, have agreed to ac-
cept the proposal of the United
Kingdom Branch of. the Associa-
ion to send to the West Indies
delegation consisting of feur
members (two Conservative and
two Labour) for a period of
about three weeks during the

Christmas recess of the House of
Commons.

Assembly yes-
resolution for

In order to cover as much
‘round as possible within the
ime ihe whole delegation will

visit Jamaica and Trinidad only,
end for visits to other Colonies,
the delegation will be split into
two parties,

Return fares to and from the
Caribbean and between the Colo-
nies will be met by the United
Kingdom Branch of this Associa-
tion. but internal travelling and
hospitality will have to be met by
the Colonies visited.

It is estimated that a sum of
$750 will be required to meet the
cost of travelling and hospitality
for a period not exceeding one
week by the two Delegates who
will visit Barbados.



IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday Dr. Cummins laid
the following

Message dated the 10th of
November, 1952 from His Excel-
lency the acting Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assem-
bly regarding the visit of Her
Royal Highness the Princess
Royal to certain Caribbean Ter-
ritories early next year

Message dated the 13th of
November, 1952, from His Excel-
lency the Acting Governor to

the Honourable the House of As-.
sembly informing the Honourable
House of Acts assented to in the
name and on behalf of Her Mei-

esty the Queen x
Message dated the 18th of
November, 1952, from His Excel-

leney the Acting Governor to the
Honourable the House of Assem-
bly informing the Honouable
House of the nomination of the

Honeyrable J D Chandler,
M.L.C and G H Adams,
Esquire, C.M.G Qc. MCP.,

» be representatives of Barba-
jos at the Coronation of Her,
Majesty the Queen
Message dated the 17th of
November, 1952, from His Excel-
lenay the Acting Governor to
the Honourable the House of
Assembly informing the Honour-
able House of an invitation from
the Secretary of State for the
Colonies to the Government of
Barbados to participate in a Con-
ference on West Indian Federa-
tion to be held in London in
March and April, 1953
| Report of the Public Librarian
for the year ended on the 3ist
March 1952 to the Board of Trus-

r. M. E. Cox laid the follow-

Quarterly return of transac-
tions in Rum to the 30th Septem.
ber, 1952.

Post Office Advances for Pay~-
ment of Money Orders to 3ist
August, 1952.
Statement of







accounts of the

House Adjourns
Until Dec. 16

The House of Assembly on, the
Dr. H, G, Cummins,
rday adjourned until Tues<
day, December 16 at 3.00 p.m.

Mr. BE. D. Mottley (E), made 4
motion to the effect that the House
should be adjourned until Tues-
day, January 7, at 3.00 pm. This
was seconded by Mr. F, C, God-
dard (E) but defeated by a 10—8
majority.

Voting against Mr, Mottley’s
motion were: Mr. L. E. Smith,
Mrs, E. E. Bourne, Mr. FE.
Miller, Mr. E. W, Barrow, Mr
C. E. Talma, Mr, E. St, C, Holder,
Mr. M. E. Cox, Mr. J E. T.
Branecker and Mr, O, T, Allder.
Dr. H. G. Cummins,

Voting for were: Mr, A. E, S,
Lewis, Mr, L. A. Williams, Mr.
W. A. Crawford, Mr. J. C.
Mottley, Mr. V. B. Vaughan,
Mr. J. A, Haynes, Mr, E. D.
Mottley and Mr. F. C. Goddard.

On hearing Mr. Mottley’s mo-
tion, Dr. Cummins pointed out
that there were urgent matters
such as the curtailment of powers
of the Legislative Council and
Federation which the Leader of

motion of











London Express Sarvies

|
British West Indies Schooner
Owners’ Association (Ine,) for
the year ended 3ist December, |
1951. |

Notice was given of the follow-
ing two Bills;—

Bill intituled an Act to impos:
a special levy on Sugar ana
Fancy Molasses manufactured in
this Island in the year 1952.

Bill intituled an Act to make
provision for the disposal of cer-
tain moneys accruing in respect,
of sales of sugar to Her Majestiy’s
Government in the United King-
dom ineluding the provision out
of sueh moneys of funds for re-
search and investigation concern-
ing irrigation in the Island, and
for the establishment of a Board
in connection with such research
and investigations and for mat-
ters incidenta) thereto. :

These were later read a first
time. )

Mr. J. E. T. Brancker asked
questions relative to the com-
inencement of bullding operations
at the new Half-Moon Fort m-
fants’ School.

The House passed the follow-
ing:—A Bill to amend the Mental
Health Act, 1951.

A Resolution for $10,000 to
cover expenses
with the celebration of
Elizabeth [1's coronation. -

A Resolution for §750 to cover
expenses in connect with the
proposed visit of the U.K. dele-
gation of the Commonwealth
Parliamentary Association.

A Resolution for $11,121 to sup-
plement the Estimates under
various Heads. :

A Resolution to give effect to
‘Pensionable Offices) (Amend-
ment) No, 2 Order, 1952," made
by the Governor under the pro-
visions of section 2 (1) (a) of
the Pension Act, 1947, which has
been laid on the Table of both
Houses of the Legislature.

The House adjourned until De-
cember 16,

his motion, said that they had
been having meeting after meet-
ing and he did not see the point
of saying that they must return
to the House just one week be-
fore Christmas,

He knew they wopld get a
quorum but he dad mae that
nobody would want a quorum of
enly Government members,

He said that since the elections

in December last year they did
not yet have a break and were
therefore entitled to it.
_ Mr. F. ©, Goddard (E), second-
ing Mr, Mottley’s motion said he
did so on the grounds of Mr.
Mottley’s argument,

What Mr. Brancker
Wants To Know

When the House of Assembly
met yesterday, Mr. J. E. T.
Brancker asked Government
questions relative .to the com-
mencement of building operations
at the new Half-Moon Fort In-
fant’s School.

The questions were:—

1, What date has been decided
upon for the commencement of
building operations in connection
with the new Half-Moon Fort In-



foods. The * s

with and . Make
ree beverage and feel the
of health and that comes

of real, restorative sleep.



WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952



Ovaltine’ is a delicious, comforting
eeeatel and highly nutritious

Farms were y
for the



Sold in airtight tins by al Chemists and Stores.

MEPORTAMT—Note that the targe size ‘Ovaltine ’ tin contains IGounces.

BASCUITS »

OVALTINE

delightfully *Ovaltine’ Biscuits are

peed.

sae debciousty « r e
Teme repeat oe Fa aas

flavour.
In sealed airtight packages.















: a

MADE BY THE MONKS OF BSUCKFAST ABBEY

Wf you feel worn out, depressed, or
generally run down a glass or tw-
a dey of Buckfast Tonic Wine will
quickly restore lost energy and
tone up the whole nervous system.
Giving new vitality it fortifies you
against fever and exhaustion and ;
remember, Buckiast Tonic Wine
Is especially valuable

ig after iliness.

a iss
TSM fo TK





aucnrant

BUCKFAST

7 4

t









































: a The estimate is made up as fol- the House wanted to discuss be- £4hts’ School?
75.5% pr, Cheques on ment of paints, yee ig Advocate yesterday that the odour lows:— fore the House-took the Christmas suits Will Government instruct i
eet, % mer, Der, 1,200 bags of hen lores ot from the refuse is very annoying. Hotel aceommodation $210 recess, He said that the Leader Public Works Department that, in are scans
Sight Drate” tease be, Paes of flour, @pd 50 rr - ’. “I hope the Department will find. Travelling in Barbados 140 would be returning to the island ®¢°rdance with long established yeh =
75.5% pr. Cable ; pickled pork. The stea P '* ways and means of remedying this” Kntertainment and Con- within four weeks and he wanted Pte all the unskilled and the 4
bananas: n= Ee ee On Page 7 he said. He felt that the refuse — tingencies 400 the House adjourned until De- Qg/¢r)y Of skilled labour requir- :
upons pr e _ shoud be Gated vA disin- ——— cember 16. ng WOrk Is being cane Which the) TAR@ HOME A BOTTLE TODAY
a} iH # SE “RE Hi ‘He fectant regularlys $750 Mr. E, D. Mottley supporting "™ g done?
3 PF 3
[ i s [ egaaagamsaaaaaaaasans LLCS VLLLLALDPLPPL PPL DODPE PLP IPP IPP D PATE iti: ae a a ee a
eC } x
. . le, 3
For a bright Christmas , ee
‘ coastriction features
All over Barbados, especially in the countryside,
. the name LISTER means Electrigity : and the LISTER oe ae ee et
He ALTERNATOR SET for generating your own current
“# for home or industrial use has roved a highly reliable @ % % 1%” (14G) Steel
; : P e
tu and economical proposition @ Durable rust-proof stove
if @ Af. _ Lighting enamelled green finish
ants driven by :
the Lister Diesel res 0 n e @ Economical
Engine are now
here—in Sox @ Minimum building time
light up ‘or ,
Christmas. @ Can be used again and
us e ain
2.5 K.W. Start. ag
ow tie ~
110 Volts A.C. In packets contain-
2 KW, 110 volt Up to §5", Stronger ing ten feng 10r. lone. !
C, sets. ‘
, Gauge and 72 Screws, i
zs Nuts and Washers.
Automatically
gant and sp a Up te 60% More mma trestee ot
— Non-skid Angles ba Speaking -generall
can construct : g : gen y
‘Sahn ties I w yi
Aut mnie Tae @ Storage Fixtures ss ould say
e _Regulat .. + that extremely wide application of UNIMET
intains fixed
tage regard- Up fo 32% @ Shelving MAJOR steel framework, made powlble by ie easy
less of load @ Platform Structures construction methods, has made it an essential part of
variations. Longer Mileage @ Frames for light buildings the everyday fenetioning of construction firma and
irect enquiries

to|The Barbados











} eeutiue business houves everywhere, But then it's so very
% e ding economical ~~ use i for one need, it's there to wee
Foun ry Le. or % e OR @ Desks again to moet 4 thetwand and one other requirements,
agent Ae ; The Barbados Foundry Ltd. ig ) : @ Trestles
vratinan * Charles Me Enearney & Co, Lid. re. 493

LES

S. P. MUSSON, SON & Co., Ltd.)

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NESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

.D.W. Grants In October Exceed $5,000,000


















gest Grant| THE G@AMBOLS | in Goodness!

r Drainage -
eme InB.G.

to the British Carib-
ories urfder the twelve
mt and Welfare
Sof which approval was
D the Comptroller dur-
er totalled $5,293,795.

ngs the total of De-
and Welfare aid given |
itish Caribbean terri- | 7

fone $12,758,861. ay i

of such aid since the | i

opment and Welfare Soa - :

eee eee as Force representatives from every |

‘ ee rs
6, now fn LUMBER AND BEER colonial unit.
tC) amounts to On Six Months’ © From Page 6 A King’s Colonial escort of
under the command of Captain D. eight mounted officers was drawn

the largest of the Oc- 2 She Seca A rae ia: from the contingent last time, it |
s was that of $4,413, Bond For Selling Cook and its local agents are Plan- is expected that a Queen’s Colo-






reakfast bow!lfuls

Contingent = | BxraestSog ="
At Coronation

|
| | Pag ts whole-kerne!l values.
|



The colonial military contin-
gent for the Coronation proces-
sion in June next year, it is
learned, ‘will be considerably
larger than the contingent which
came to the Ux.ited Kingdom for
the Coronation of King George |
VI. Then 124 officers, and other |



ranks took part. The actual num- |
bers are not yet known but there |



will be Army, Navy and Air































































. @ From Page 3 energy elsewhere, — 3 tations Ltd, 4 Sg aft. &* |
: age ir sigg gs 0-24 of the Association from Wolf Cub Local Associations Invalid Ticket MOLASSES FOR TRINIDAD iecent sek aaa reared |
ails of which have al- to Commissioner and from ordin- . The establishment of Local As- —_— sac Colonial territories are now
ared in the Press. ary lay member to President. ee a ties meee Hig Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, The 286 ton motor vessel Athel- choosing their official representa - |
heme already made Greater attention has also been #0n@ ps vee ete nese’ Police Magistrate of District “A”, brook which arrived in the colony tives who will have seats at the «
at for the establish- given to activities which not only sary for the development and pro- yesterday placed 24-year-old la- Of Saturday evening for a ship- Abbey ceremony. Some represen - a
R public broadcasting relieve members of the public of gress of the Movement. bourer Arthur Harrison of Hag- ment of vacuum pai molasses, wat are mo Sasa several. —— le li Sof
the four Windward money but demonstrate to them the “Captain R. A. Sealy is to be com- gatt Hall, St. Michael on a bond ‘eft port on the following day for in the squntey.< aes distinguis re VE té72 CPOE
which a grant of use and value of Scouting, incul- \jimented on the success he hag for a period of six months in the Trinidad. ae tn facidithon: ° e offoial —
i. a oe Seine’ Mas the Pemmcatee ok weit achieved with the LA. in St. sum of £2 for selling Harold coded THSEEe" imertss catoan'et Sosuntatives Colonial oven | There's always a clean hygienic
made for four more help and independence. Michael South. Within the short Humphrey of Hastings, Christ 1 ‘ot ments are dealing with local fragrance in every room where

space of six months this L.A. was Church an_ invalid 2/- Sweep- ae sr a oa a i
started and is now well established, ¢, i rember 14, : agen ason Jones ce C0. at oe ctande ¢ : . onan
wields an influence and steadily yoceivite A/C thw Coke. Peng Probyn Street. The vessel is under cial maggie along be routs, A|
approaches financial independence, ” ; the command of Captain C, W further allocation o seats in|

“is to be stepped up to 400 Another matte a ae stands is likely for students from |
Bite aie s ivity atter for regret is the Humphrey should have received Williams. er ere A 4
er evenunlly Mcreste area ae the imability to get a Branch of the a Barbados Turf Club 2/- Sweep- RUM FOR NASSAU oe ee ee
Eco: rane Sy potential output aadentie Care try oe given ; B.P. Guild of Old Scouts started. stake ticket for the Autumn meet- alee x U.K, next year.
me, tumber to ~4,000,000 mmittee for a year of i+ was hoped to mark the 40th

eet annually, of which great activity and much progress. ing of 1952 but was handed a Another departure on Sunday 4 pron

: ; Birthday of Scouting in Barbados ,; i i , Was the motor yessel Jenkins eos |
would be available for I am heartened by the healthy in- }y the i hi h ticket for the Spring Meeting of Dich late Trini. 80 far to attend the Coronation |
> the Caribbean. A grant terest and zeal of lay members of oe oe Se ee 1952 by the defendant, a which left port for Trini inoleer |

: N, Gib-

0 i a is Council and E i i ; -. " ika: Cs
} +3 man at teauean ie The ae ase tuber dvanan: ious that this should be done, Harrison pleaded guilty. Sgt. E. On board the Jenkins Roberts is ce eeenes: Conn B1 oe
for the purchase of tionately shared, Formerly these Proficiency Badges King. attached to Central Police g large shipment of rum which Karimiee, OBE, Rae. Whom Paes

; : i i as standing Station prosecuted for the Police, jt is taking to Nass yhere it will . 7 ’

t for clear e . bodies consisted mostly of Scout _ There has been no outstan Pp i r it is taKing to Nassau, where it will \areaile. of of the Chagea:
Waits “aha Wow the hamns members with very few lay mem- Sate Teadidanae —_< Xt trom information received. travel-to after’ leoving Trinidad. ss Phillips, CBE

thi ; ers, Today the position is i - tainin onclenc) Bes. : The vessel is under the com- aa raiia. Rite: De
oo ae 7 chee verse. This is as if should be, pare the first time an Island Badge Harold Humphrey of Hastings, mend of Capenin George ‘Porcusen Geovge Paviides CBE “Haboue-
" wi y , ots ‘ ate aa a dalie , § ieorge Pe 2s, C.B.E., -
Meal staff until 1956. ialedne ‘s eieenies ae aad = ae chee ae be weet Caster war to teakl ie poe a be ps and is consigned to Messrs. A. E. able ‘Nehmet Halid Bey
elieving Scoutmasters o is re- 7 eae » arter ne ~ Harris & Co. Ltd. ; i ahoney, } c ‘hil?

$60,000 phe peor Mage ening ee they brad ere, oo ae Bag oor J Tafey egred — the eaacent he saw ~ Hi i . Co. Ltd J ee J. A. Mahoney, M.B.E. Lovely Childrem. 8

et on with eir ma job— . 8 7 = ’ ant ¢ t suspicious. e L : FO “G, "TH ; > : .
her $60,000 is to be made Paining of the Scout, eae Mr. Carter is well aware of our ae ted wee ans ee it aus peta ; “cee Mr. P. G, Russo,
, spc i ic in i j ‘ ry ns *

b An achievement of the year has Weaknesses in this direction and is \ 4. 4 ticke Spring Meet- The schooner Everdene was O.B.E., J.P. — They’. ‘ se
oe ee Ser baee been the establishment of a Broiey hard at work on the organisation of ioe a tis ccdabettoe tee Kalnann yesterday loading a quantity of Grenada; rT. A. Marryshow. | ey re going to be sturdy és
d to the provision already Troop at Harrison College. Strange this phase of our work, | : meeting “of 1952. lime which is being shipped by St. V mncent: 7 * ane grown-ups some day, and they'll
for the appointment to the 28 it may be thought the Boy While this is for the time being Manning & Co. for British Guiana. St. Lucia: I. L, Charles, : need their good health for the big
of a Development Com- Scout Movement in Barbados was centralised (and L.H.Q, has given He then reported the matter to The Everdene arrived in the Dominica: Howell Shillingford.

this S-M-O-O-T-H Paste
cleanser is used. Pots, Pans,
and Tiles, Sinks, and Paintwork
respond quickly to its treat-
ment —there’s not a scratch
in a mountain of Chemico.

ing part of the de- Plans for the future include an applications for seats in the offi-|
plan of British Hon- extension of this practice along

generation of the pine with increase in lay membership



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representatives chosen |

The County Chemical Co. Ltd,, Birmingham, England








alls i. ; eae things they’re goi . Thei
oN actually ‘born’ at Harrison Col- povmaieeton ae this) eg oe the Police. colony two weeks ago som B.G, Sevonelites Honourable Marcel bodies sn ie tat on ee
_ lege although the first Scout Troop Organisation scheme in the inter- with a cargo of charcoal and fire. Lemarchand. =s 1

of the Leeward Island was attached to Combermere nn of in nee of gra mel REMANDED wood for the island, Master of the ian et yt A, Persie bs They take Cod Liver Oil!

re ; § ‘a 4AS, W1 in Ue course be given - Srynees ‘ tv s ae j E; *hillips mante, Sir arold / an, olone S . a >, Cc aa ie

$ Oe eee ee orhe at the leading Winer Grane Sthoole their responsibility in this matter, His Worship remanded Glad- sir Wie condiment * denons” i G. Curphey. | sennc s puss Cod Liver, Oil)
$45,216 is allocated to St. Harrison College and Lodge The real object of the Badge Sys- ston Ifill alias Tony Galento, of 2G. ners’ Association. @ On Page 10 ger banccen tage EE i
levis. for the construction School. tem must not be lost sight of by Watkins Alley, St. Michael until ‘ | It is of particular value iit keépiite



children free from colds and
chest troubles,

ani , The seed of a healthy-to-be Scouters in pandering to their November 25 when he appeared
's ) 1

Prnguilin and $94,088 to plant have been sown and with oer rage for an oe. = before him yesterday charged with |

ise * 3 vs : adges—the . ~ ete! : ac |

. th let ¢ careful attention the future of Padges ie expenditure of effort inflicting grievous bodily harm on |
C ay Mil and. St, John's Scouting in Barbados is assured, 0 the boy's part, the cultivation Mark Roach on November 4. For all white shoes —

is. Another grant to the Decrease of a hobby’ and oe a guide Bail in the sum of £5 was offered.

d Islands is one of $7,200 _ An examination of the Census ‘°° ae a OF "SSS. INDECENT LANGUAGE

-to Antigua for the setting Returns discloses a decrease of 8 anks

i . Groups and 48 Scouts all ranks. Our profound thanks are due alae elias
a Pencse tr —Tt This v7 not to be regarded with to the Government for their con- _ Hubert Cumberbatch __ bette:

dismay. It represents the riddance .‘nued Grant and especially fox known as “Lord Goth’ ' of Carring-
iacou, in the Grenadines, of ‘dead wood’ of which there is their very generous contribution ton’s Village, St. Michael was
benefit from a grant, of yet much more, In the past Cen- Which made representatiqn at the placed on a bond for one month
D0 for agricultural develop- sus Returns have included recruits Caribbean Jamboree possible; to by His Worship yesterday who
; an estate is to be bought in all ranks—recruits who in most a Canadian for the handsome gift found him guilty of using indecent
orked up (possibly later on cases remained as such and should of $1,000; to the several individ- Janguage on Tweedside Road on
land settlement scheme),.and not have been counted as Scouts. uals dnd firms who contribute an- November 10.
onal staff is to be appointed Census Forms were improperly nually as members of the Associa~- } seat
island. Help will be given filled in and there was no check on tion; to Rediffusion for permitting Police Constable Bannister told |
on growers, particularly in the accuracy of them. “A flaw in a monthly broadcast; to the Press the court that while on duty along
vention of soil erosion. the foundation is pretty sure to be for making the public aware of Tweedside Road on November 10
ally, a grant of $39,360 is followed by a crack in the super- our activities; to the British Coun- he heard the defendant using
to the government of Ja- structure”, Hence in our re-or- cil for many services; to a large indecent language. The defendant
for extension of the scheme ganisation plans every effort is be- number of lay folk who serve on wa. in a group of other men. |
the improvement of. district ing made to ensure that good Council, on Committees and Local m1 eelhchi: alae dienes 3 |
supplies to May Pen and Scouting replaces bad Scouting. I Associations and as Secretaries and Cumberbatch said that he he
Paths : foresee even greater reductions in Treasurers and to that body of men been to the races on November 10 |
oer numbers in the interests of effi- and women who find time in the and the same night while telling
ciency, ae oe ee of Sere some men how he had lost his
: : Black Spots to help Almighty Cae S money the policeman came up and
itain Will Lend + Until this sneha oF the Report temple on earth by erecting ee arrested him. He could not remem-
i "" is reached it would seem that this £0lding—the Boy Scout Movement, }., using indecent language.

‘ fe,
7 saet T j S year’s work and record savour of # department of human li i:
vid iu 1 Oo J : ,
it 1 e“* the flamboyant. There have been Th Report pened with a ON BOND FOR WOUND NG

P many bright patches in Scouting A oy Oe ee ae ERC RR, ear=
the request of the United : lament; it closes with a lament. yjs Worship also placed 40-year
Government, the British anettenl thet thelr lustre te dimmed We deeply lament the departure »jq domestic servant Clariss,

ent has agreed to make from the island of our beloved Brooks of Watkins Alley, St.
ble to the U.S. 20,000 by the enormity of the black spots. Crier Scout, Sir Alfred Savage. Michesl on a bond for six months
tons of aluminium which spirit, a degree of disloyalty, in- Achievements during the year jo the sum of £2 for wounding
otherwise have been de- cumcient attention to the main ob- Under review have been largely Irene Edwards also of Watkins
to the United Kingdom. ject of Scouting—the formation of ue to his selfless and inspiring ‘Alley on her head with a stick on
s tonnage will be loaned character and the making of MEN. leadership, He will always be re- venues 18
December and the rest ‘The boys are there and they are Membered as the first Rho .
the first quarter of *953. willing to be led. Only the best - oe ree Wa eenaite ai Edwards said that during x dis-
: 4 i fon i ; i it her on the
similar arrangement was it Tine aie hea ok ee terest and active participation in 4a oe Rey ot radon iaithe
at the end of November, accordingly. In the task to which @! our activities have been very o | Hospital where . the
and the beginning of 1952, 6 are committed there is too encouraging and it is no exaggera~ Genera a i

the British Government juch at stake and the laissez-faire tion to state that our Branch can wound was stitched.
d to divert 25,000 metric tons attitude of the past must yield to ill afford to lose so true a Scout as UNCONSCIOUS MAN.
anadian aluminium to the 4 more vigorous playing of the Our local Chief Scout has proved

White shoes, to pass muster











in company, must be spot-
less, immaculate. Use
Propert’s White Renovato
or Propert’s Shuwhite, No
surer way of making sure
that white shoes are white!




AND CAPSULES:

\, Enquiries to’;—«



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PROPERT'’S
SHUWHITE & WHITE RENOVATOR
dn Cartons with Sponge

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. AIF the aluminium lent Game of Scouting. Seouters alive himself to be. Shortly after 5.40 p.m. on No~
Wider these two agreements, {9 their responsibilities should re- | We “ao lament his going even vember 17 the Police received 4 |

DO tons in all, will be replaced tire to a less exacting role— though we are happy that he has call through the 999 system one
1955, or earlier should ut’ ;--enues for service are many and earned such promotion in the ser- Rudolf Carrington of Eagle Hall, |
e@en eventualities require it. 2» :jed—when they find that lack vice of Her Majesty the Queen. St. Michael, that a man was lying |
‘The reason for the U.S. re- 9 -ime prevents them carrying out We wish him and his charming jn an unconscious condition in |
st is the serious loss © a the duties of office satisfactorily. lady God speed and Good Scout- front of the Rediffusion building. |
inium production in the United Highest standards must be ses ing! : aes
ates pote by power shortages and Toaiateined and “those unable J, E. GRIFFITH, A 999 van aresyed. of ne
} the Pacific Northwest and the to measure up thereto must seek Major, and the man was aken |
nessee Valley. outlet for any pent-up emotion and Island Commissioner. General Hospital. |

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Barbados Aquatic Club
Casablanca, St. Lawrence
Accra Beach Club, Rockley
F. H. Griffith, Rockley
Hotel Royal, Hastings
Rita Browne, Hastings
C. Wilkin, Pine Hill
Ed. Mayers, Swan Street
ba Knights Ltd., Broad Street

% A. A. Browne, Eagle Hal!
Paradise Beach Club, Black Rock
R. L. Hutson, Holetown
Northern Filling Station, St. Peter
Estwicks Garage, Speightstown
J. B. Workman. Two Mile Hill
P. A. Clarke, Four Cross Road
Bico Depots, Oistins & Bay St



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Barbados Co-operative
Cotton Factory Ltd.
Auto Tyre Co.
Trafalgar Store



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WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952

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, =
rELEPKONE 2508 =
nn PEs iatesisa nang tien REAL ESTATE | ’ y = :
is ; = . .
FOR RENT FOR SALE BUNGALOW — One roomy Searogm | , VACANT POST
. . tone bungalow, large living room kitcher y j Government Printer, Government Printing Office
bath, situated on sea, Welches : St. Vincent
— apes Ch. Dial 8345 16.11. 52—2n , ) Ninth ene ‘dine fevagh 2
HOUSES AUTOMOTIVE penne aes an = | aoukeeiene tesa invita for the post of Government Printer,
alee ssckbtainaehasdiaieedaedi diate daiedhiesnbnie. SE SPOT ’ = | ce, St. ncent, .
House spot on Blue Waters Terrace, ’ ae 2. The salary of the post is in the sca isi
At ST. LAWRENCE ON-S@A BKEDPORD VAN — 10/12 ewts Uit-}opposite Col. Vidmer with view of In Carlisle Bay ‘ 9 ak CH : : REE FR = increments of $72 to $1,680 per annum mg ey p cf —
A small cottage, fuily furnished, iwo te riled Sha _in feally good condition Zoe y Heach. Phone D Verne _Séhodoiiers:— Franklyn DR... D'Ort = | scale at which the successful candidate will be a pointed will an
bedrooms; electricity and Wa Very | , Courtesy Garage 20 | confident 1G 7 = on his qualifications ; 7 ppoiny wil? depend
good sea-bathing. immediate possession 14118260. | —$————— nn | LONG ONT TG Island Star. Bverdene, = | qualifications and experience. A temporary cost of living
Apply ““Hollywood", St. Lawrence Gap. | - ndeanllia vam ee imat ods rable dwellingho c | eee Laudalpha, Gardenia W | allowance of not less than $317.44 per annum is payable
9.11.52 CAR—FI th Sed ‘ X—36 “OV Y situate at Graeme “9 be a y i so aaah : rs
ere wd eee | Meceliont a anattines Tanke Bianc 2: Terrace, Christ Church standing on 23,636.| Motor ere a Radar | cuales — eens is pensionable and will be subject to the
FLAT & HOUSE — fully furnished,/C/o-C. L. Gibbs & Co, Lad. —t square feet of land S.S. Canadian ct longs 8.93 z "Windwent thane a General Orders and Financial Rules
St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3509 | 19.11.52—1n]| The House conta ‘ 2 open galleries, Aca Mel renee 4 oe a = | of the Windward Islands in force for the time being.
29.3.52—1.f drawing, dining and breakfast roo rom Montreal under Capital N, = z a aeediein . aa ; ; .
a 3 rir ts: | MoAg isk Vauemall Wale 1g.090 miles |Dedroomns each with running wi Cu Consigned to -GardinereAtstin 2 a | his =. Free passage to St. Vincent will be provided for the officer,
PLATS ABERGELDIE—One (1) three Excellent condition Phone Burke | Kitchenette toilet and bath. Electric light |“ Le f | = his wife and children, not exceeding five persons in all.
SS: Kallada, 4
bedroom. One 1) one bedroom urtesy Garage 4569 19. 11.52—2n | 4nd gas cen servants’ toilet and bath | ¢! eau fe eae ge Britict } 5. Government Quarters are not provided.
Apply to Mr. C. Field. Dial 4255 a a in yard, also orchard oe Sapiain & iley*. Con- | 6. n Ded a ‘ .
18.11.52—6n | _CAR—Ford Prefect Car, excellent con-| Inspection every day between tne hours |"#"ed to Da Costa & Co., Ltd | ment ons lon te Printer is responsible, through the Govern-
i . —" | dition. Dial 4050 day-time — 8678 night. | of 4 and 8 p.m SS Cotte TURES : etary, to the Administrator for the discipline and the
FARAWAY — Fully curnished 3 bed. | time. Charles Smith 18.11,52-6n | The above property will be set up for| $5. Cottica for Tmidad. | eaier oe orderly continuance of the work relating to the Gov-
room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting sale at Public competition at our office sor 4” Grenada | ernmen inting Office; and f r , i
plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2| CAR—QOne Citreon Car, excellent con-|im Lucas Street on Friday the 2Ath | M.V. Moneka for Dominica +t ieee oe th enanlawene Bev 8 a Se eee and continuous employ-
Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus jdition. Phone REDMAN & TAYLOR'S | November at 2 p.m 7. Appli r sabe 4 ,
$3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial| GARAGE LTD. 15.11 .52—3n CARRINGTON & SFALY, Seawell 2. ae . Applicants should possess qualifications in printing and book-
4476 1.11.52—t.f.n. | ST 19.41.5290 = hindine —— peoanee experience. :
— Standar iP. Tyres & Bat- = . Applications should be addressed to the Assistant ‘Administr:
NEWHAVEN — a-\t © od ¢ i 2 SMALL pIES § ,ALS y = a=
re EWHAVEN — Fully furnished ¢-bed- ‘tery new, in good condition, Dial 2802.| 4. Us male’ phebatty at. abe ACW Eataah Witer : J = tor and Establishment Officer, Government Office, St. Vincent, and
3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- | ——_____ | Street. It consists of house and shop. | Frem Trinidad: CHURCHILL ana tis OR ATTLEB ana nis Ez | should reach him not later than 30th November, 1952.
mill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus $3| CAR—One Vauxhall VELOX, practically | Price $0.00 F. Van Putten, J. Emmerson, B. Garson, historidal associations revolutionary past = 9.11.52—2n.
charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial/new, only done 4,000 miles. Phone Three (3) smali properties at King’s |A. Greive, S. Debysingh, A. De Lima s
2.11.52—t.f.n. |REDMAN & TAYLOR’S GARAGE LTD. | Village. not far from King Street K. Tausig, L. Tausig, C. B e, D =
icecream i tian = aie 15 aie ta. One (1) small property at Fields Gap, | Bourne, E. Ede, D. Ede, M oo 2 j
ONE HOUSE—Howell's Cross Road { —_—-_+4-—_-- —_—__—_—_—._.- | Bank Hall with water and light NOVEMBER 18TH =
consists of large drawing goom, 2 bed- CAR+One Vauxhall, 19399 model 25 One (1) small property at Fairfield R. Skinner, G. Martin, H. Mediam, G = |
rooms, shedroof and kitchen. $20.00 H.P. in good condition. For roe juities Road, Black Rock. & consists of Ys of Craig, J. Craig,.W. Craig, P Roweliffe 3 |
per month. Dial 4837 18.11.82—2n.' Mrs. A. ‘G. Bancroft, Woodside. F an acre of land and double roofed he A. Rowcliffe, €. Scott, B. § D. = ee eee
. : 5 —2n. 1 croft, oodside, Fon- yuble roofs nouse, | A owcliffe Sco Scott ) = a er a ee
an ENeSER — tabelle. Di 3940 ~ Frrice $2500.00 Scott, andial, Thom ps =
ONE FURNISHED FLAT at Manhaten, ee, eee ee “or DARCY A. SCOTT, views Sate en a 2 ROYAL NETHERLANDS iF
on sea, Welches, 3 bedrooms, servants| CAR-—One Vauxhall Velox. 14,000 mil Auctioneer, NOVEMBER 17TH =
room and gatage, enclosed yard, Fridge|Can be seen Eckstein’s Garage, Bay Middle Street R. Roger W. Smith, J. Biondin, $ CHURCHILL ana Ats TT LEE and Anis = STEAMSHIP co.
end all modern conveniences. Apply: | Street, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m 19.11.52—-2n. | Tavior, L. Sales, G. Cheesman, D. Kay, devastating sallies. . OR deflating retorts a SAILING FROM EUROPE
S'dos Furniture Remover, Dial 3309 16.11. 92—320 | ——$—— | T Spirn, RR Gittens, G. Gittens, | . 5 = S.S. BOSKOOP 21st November 1952 ADVOCATE
BS aE SESE. saptnncraldvieceichoetliee neh iiss eae Acie “VISBY"—A one-storey Dwellinghouse | Best, A. | Holder, = M.S. ELIZABETH BORNHOFFEN . ™
ee STANDARD 6 H.P. X997 in good|situate opposite the open land of/ Prem Antigua: = 27th November, 1952
SOME Two (2 > gph rooms.)| condition. Three new tyres, new battery “Waterloo” at EAGLE HALL ROAD,| K. Mohan, W. Jeffery = M.S. STENTOR 12th December 1952 TI ;
Barbados Bakeries Ltd., James Street. | Phone D. E. Worme 4599 St. Michae standing on 33,078 square NOVEMBER 16TH S M.S. H 19t 6 STA’ oO Yy
Phone 4758. 18.11. 52—6n. | 18.11.52—2n | feet of land, and containing 3 bedrooms D. Lovell, J. Spence, J. MeKay, J = RAILING TD EUROPE. P
“ eee fUSUA PUblic rooms and conveniences. | Allen, J. Rix, W. Thomas M.S. WILLEMSTAD 2nd December, 1952
=—_—_——_—_ Is - ectricity as r jovernment Via : $ t
| .oSSS Gas Meenas Hes, | eric cen crs Covenant Week| Mar emer eee = | samane, Sp pminien avian snemiesen mene
WANTED Austin, A-40, Vauxhall Velox, Ford Pre- Garage etc. in yard | Ver Antigua: M.S. NESTOR 28th November 1952
fect, Chrysler Windsor suitable for Hire Inspection on application to Mrs D. Browne, M. Greenawa M.S. STENTOR 26th December 1952
x especially and a 1938 Chrysler Roya) | Hutchinson next door. NOVEMBER 15TH = SAILING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO Just the little shop in the village
suitable for conversion to Pickup—Dial The property will be set up for sale G DeFreitas, H. Williams = M.S. AGAMEMNON 24th November, 1952
HELP 4616, Courtesy Garage 14.11.52—6n. | by Public competition at our office, For Venezuela: = M.S. ALSTERTAL 3rd December 1952 where the Best Books, Stationery
A scsinepctih initia dadintiinainite tient _...- | James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday! j; Mitchell, N. Chalband, R. Curtiss 2 S._S. BOSKOOP 8th December 1952
COOK — Experienced sound cook | ELECT Al ath November at 2 pm ves B. Curtiss M. Curtiss, J. Curtiss, W = M.S. ELIZABETH BORNHOFFEN and Xmes Cards are now on show.
Apply: Colony Club. St. James ‘ pee Ce aa RICA ah Rhee YEARWOOD oa aes Dormer, Morea S (CURACAO ONLY) 12th December 1952
19.11.52-—3n ~ OUT . fag s 1 For St Ss: = | Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., ;
Rate ¥ Sera OWN roe —_———————————— D. Moore, G. Roberts, E, DeFreitas = Agents.
EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED BOOK-) 0 ‘S — For Guadeloupe OR ATTLEE ana fis deft =
KEBPER for Limited Liability Compayy One K.B. 6 tube Batteny Set Radio, AUCTION _L. Martin ¢ ‘ ness im the carden =
eee Box 44, eet a ait complete with two Batteries, one Pick- *¢ ‘oe z aha ian a iona ea Ss
Wit. 3 2 n. | up and one 12 volt wind charger, Apply }| —— —— - . . 2 t Ti 5
——_——_———~--- Mr. Fredie Rowe, Bay Wood, St. James For OF. Laie: ; =
MISCELLANEOUS 9 iis2n| UNDER THE SILVER ee et we ee : i
* abl x Drayton —Mt STALIN ARR, = lilies aaa —
- ——— —— : : ee) For Trinidad: LAST MONT BY gg <2 = UTHBOUND Berbed
WANTED TO BUY RADIOGRAM-—No reasonable offer re- HAMMER esis g 50
6-TON LORRY in good condition. Full | ‘ed. Apply A. Garnes, Y¥ ee A On Tuesday 25th by order of Mrs = HW. Sn She 3 aga a abrehon D & er = wentres) ualitas ‘aetlen iisseees 18 tor
details and price to Box Q.R. Advocate 11.52—2n | Boyce we will sell her Furniture.on No. wii, 1. Bennett Millet, C. Git Pam a sea 3 % TN 18 Nov Sails
Co. 18.11,52—Tn | ~~ nye arenes —]3 Flat “Whitehall, Hastings Jas . saaite " aoe / y 3 anadian Challenger .. ++ 4 Nov. | ‘ov. -- .
| X'MAS TREE |LIGHTS with Nursery] which’ includes ee Oe ey Sigua Gates > 2 anadian Cruiser . ++ 4:25 Nov. 28 Now bs Pen ae
Rhymes (12 to set) Dial 4391 Cour- | Extension Dining Table, Sideboard, Up- yy Chin. C Williams, H. Williams =
| tesy Garage 14.11.52—6n. | right Chairs, China Cabinet, 4 very nice |\)" Fyrunner, K. Vincent-BrownreM . = NORTHBOUND
ANNOUNCEMENTS Morris Arm chairs with spring cushtons’ |, PMWM, I, Wael Rowmnrine : Arsives | Salle Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
, | LIVESTOCK Vitrolite Top Coffee Table, Ornament |4!kins, E. Roopnarine na = Barbados Barbados Boston St.John Halifax Montrea!
Saisie’ and Cock-Tail Tables; Electric Floor |W- Kali.) oar 2 .: 20 Nov. $3.Nov. 1 Dee. 1a 4 Deo. _
ene , rene Re ve ———— | Lamp, Round and Drop Leaf Tables; J aa Sa Fander ial = ‘ov a i : “a
SOM of Fatatings and Shell-| canes vel bred Helfer Calves: P. Daok, Rockers, Waggon, Berbice} _F--Arvelo, E. ‘Arvelo, H. Vander Lain = = 19 Dec. 20 Dec ; 23 Dec. 27Dec. 3 —
< Standard Dairy, Holetown. Dial 0163, ; “hi i Bland, | Berry, J Bull H s 2
work by Mrs. J, M. Forster, paintings 19. 11.591 Shair all in Mahogany; Glass and Chima;| > ..\ dora. J. Strosnyder, A. Roman = = nant isetgsenyhiietnacneieietinaie .
by Nan Kendall, at Barbados Museum, | ~m. | Pyrex and China Dinner Services; Rush Shilling Or OVEMBER STH = g Sex fisted: savilocdacs: ‘kel
Wrst )s Bie “gUinsse's tn pan, te qRACE HORSE—Galashiels, 3 year old Seite Moma worn Cittndan Chats: | S- Singh, C. Singh, Hi Singh. 2 _= » apply to—
-â„¢m. -â„¢. m. hilly by Vmiddad (winner of the Ascot illips Radio; Mo re 5 M. Robertson, arrain = 2
6 p.m. 2.11,2—13n- | Gold Cup and second in the Derby) out | Singl€ Bedsteads in Mahogany and meet J. Bradshaw, D. Catwell = CHURCHILL and Ms QR ATTLES anit nis matter ‘ GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Agents.
of La Bora (winner and dam of winners) | W'th Vono Springs, Deep eet eee, 2 J. Chu, M. Chu, deePeters, = sense of Grama. . Of-fact “tritude
by Palais Royal. “Remainder ot pedigree | Mattremes: Mind Pres, Drewing |i “Gonsalves, T- Gude, M. Slater, J]
Kolex Watches BACH retniveds “Adei Bee VS Painted Press, Dressing Tables, Bedstead, Bernard, V. Deverteull KR. Muith, -T 2 1
LOUIS L. Poet rss ih otha ei so Pit ee ead <0. Cradles, High Chair &c eons ee Smith ha ae aia oe if a
“S . na, Bedste and Spring; Presco efrig J L
BAYLEY RACE HORSES — 2 y.9.. hait-bred | Mitor 18, months) in perfect condition, | : = If only
Bolton Lane Siaot corambunrtan af waahetc, Hea fane, Wetnenowe Nevigerans kites 6 Resolution To 3 :
3 i p y P| abine! ess, Le ers, Enam. Top | = ee
|e at, tag, November, mecting. wre | Tables New Falke 2 Burner Oll Stove: | = we could
by Jetsam out of Quick Wit, Nominated ind ‘Utena, Baby "Beling Bletric Stove { Approve Leave = OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
foxt "year, Placed “Sth in only race, | (good) Garden Hose and many other $ = combine Vessel From Lea Due
ey pirce ’ * | items. ost ied = tS
ums leed Pies ache eee 18.11.52—3n This Furniture is chiefly modern and is |Passages P. pon é 3 Cy 3 ves Brdos
in perfect condition. 3 3.S. “TACO! ”
i Sale 11.30. o'clock Terms Cash.! se of Assembly yester- = the two 3 a MA STAR .. Liverpool 15th Nov, 28th Nov,
MECHANICAL BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,| 1° House of Assemb y ses = = |SS, “SCHOLAR” s : :
‘ital haters adidas “\ day postponed a resolution to = = m P -. M’brough
Teeth oose! ee Sr Meatless? 19.1.a2—-an| epnove She, order ansitied “Z|; 9) mone a (Ss ‘P . London °* 26th Nov. 1th Dee,
($98.00). Apply: Clarendon Alleyne, Phe Se ee Civil Establishment (Leave Pas- = a? = S.S. “CR ” = ++ ondon * , ec,
Gi, (Ttoe noone. Ait 08 C/o Masaiae eS sages) (Amendment) Order, 1952 = ei OFTER *» 44 Glasgow &
Linotype Dept. 19.11.52—1in . . 2 = i
oR . PERSONAL made by the Governor-in-Ex- = Liverpool29th Nov. 10th Dec
bs _- cane ee e by . ions on 081A nepreecnntiptatleiaaaiih : :
, : CAMERA~—Hodak Reflex 3.5 coated lens e or ttee on October 16. " a
7) mm Boh) | with fash attachment and all eolour | ctative Comal " HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
filters, $200.00 for quick -“ 11 ae in The public are hereby warned against Notice of the resolution was a o { Vessel
ll, " giving credit to any person + merece viven on November /11, and Dr. Ss an oO rime ) For Closes in
> wever r ar as do no : ,
MACHINE—Singer Treadle Sewing Ma-|oiq ineself responsible for anyone con-|H. G, Cummins took charge of SS. “BURMOUNT” L ,,_, Barbados
chine. Dial 2947, R,. Areher McKenzie, | tracting any debt or debts in my name]it yesterday, S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” ondon 21st Nov.
Bbc enertar Street 16.11.62—-3n. | uniess by a written order signed by me x LONDON 19 years later did the french ~ London 22nd Nov.
eer wer Mie eM ot oe KENNETH B. GREAVES, > ris sis ctrl | rated: os asl ad $ ‘
| re . Band Saw, 1 Plan Svelin's Avenve, as ut re ds me. ey? da Cunha, loriely outpost ; Frigate La Belle Poule, with the For further information apply to - - -
thine, der, d y geste “ s > s ‘oO! r rec ici ; £
tumning lathe with slide rest and Cabinet ye! ees because they only knew about of the: Cot 1onwealth rising like Prince of Joinville on, board, ar- DA COSTA & co. LTD. —A ‘ents
oe : d |of turning tools, Phone 8332, . id Mf tera the wnatter that dav, He ssid thas some tiny mole-hill out of the|rive to remove his remains to ; 7 s
orrhea an 19,11, 52-—5n iran aiaabtiaie loeindds + "7 Fe! * ““|vastness of the South Atlantic, is | France
t was a matter that should be},,,. oe r
Sto Py : proud possessor of a record few Toda the site of the resi .
- 4 ‘gr@: | vone into carefully, ' PORnes® é y, on the site of the resi- rte
rie | MSCELLANEOUS PURLIC NOTICES Mr. E. D. Mottley (E), said that anes territories can boa a on | dence specially built for Napoleon, |
n ours | ANTIQUES — Of every description. : he was always willing to deal ristan crime is virtua un-/|stands a new government dairy. |
ums, sore mouth, or joose |Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver with matters of urgency if they|*°w2. The 270 inhabitants live a|A herd of Ayrshire cattle pro- M. V. athe, M/V. “CARIBBEE" will
me are @ victim r- | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto- NOTICE 1 simple life. To a lz di hey te ept Cargo and Passengers for
or th orsomebaddiseass |araphs etc., at Gorringes ‘Antique Shop . were given the same day but ob-]" : . To a large degree they | vides an important source of milk, Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
that will e use you to lose al) | adjoining Royal Yacht Club, Owen Clarke of Orange Grove, st.jjected to coming into the House] ®fe self-supporting, growing much|and the first progeny of these DE Nevis and St. ‘Kitts, Sailing
betore ‘you Spa haze to ‘wear telse recta ‘ 3,2.52—t.f,n. | Joseph offers his services as Interpreter] and not knowing what they were]f their own food and making}cows have now reached the breed- TMeedasy, Sone
your stom $$] of Spanish and wiling also to teach], ir ow :
pave spread | ‘rAPE—1'% Rolls Venetian Blind Laduer Spantah, ‘Anyone desirous of my'services | 200ut to do, re own, Clothes. Money, there-|ing stage. ‘They recently began The M/V. “« ”
throughout rite ae ee pty tee Tape for making Venetian Blinds. Dial may write to the above address He felt that every member was rion little ve and because | calving. | = be iperivins ts Barba- novent \Cared gua akeiats biter
are or Be wa 32, n 19.11.52—1n] entitled to get an order paper and|° is many of the crimes which, St. Helena, unlike Tristan da jos on 4th No- D >a, Oi 3
fore it is _ a rnnerennecnanpenenenamennyice : : : ‘ . e€ s | jominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
; cause notonly | BINOCULARS Schutz-Kassel, best resolutions before hand if he or|it breeds are unknown. No police-| Cunha does not boast a crime free | vember and will be sailing Nevis and St. Kitts, Satling
tne tees of Chronie rheuma- |¢ierman make, 10 fold magnification, LOST . FOUND |“ to represent the people}men patrol the island and there|reeord, but even so, crime is at on WEDNESDAY 26th No- Friday, 28th inst.
: _ ? brand new beautiful leather case, going & properly. ¥ Do prison. a very low figure * ‘There were| vember, for St. Lucia, St,
oe ay Siseotoay of oe rae 181/182 Roebuck Btreet, er phone 4000.” He hed. no order: ADEE and Wee Ty Tri only 17 cases tried in the St. Hel-|{!} Vincent, Grenada, Aruba, 08 ees 7
sc ts t abies ine new 19.11.52—In resolutions therefore he felt that] , U™til 1949, when the Tristan da ; |} accepting Passengers and ASSOCIATICN (INC.),
ey It penetrates right to the —_- LOST he could not do justice to himself Cunha Development Corporation ena Gupceme Court during the! Freight,
the trouble, gums from bleed- | BOAT —21 x 7” 6” Boat, “NAHLIN,’ en sictoennner ; - As r came into being, the: _jten year period ending 1951; six) Consignee. Tele. No. 4047,
a very first day, quickly takes the \forrie Marine Engi Radustion Gay BRACELET- h November, on Broad/ and his constituency. g, there was no reg-| .¢ them were for sheep stealin 19.11.52—2n,
teas gut Rs mouth, and soon Hull’ and: ‘canine a aoe ates ae Street, Oxidised Sil Chain Bracelet Mr. Mottley asked the Speaker ular employment for the island's P L.E.S 8.)
to .W. W. B. we 4 egg stony ts that Ready for launching, 600 Ibs. lead on ecset 2 pera bs el icthenies to exercise his authority and sée labour force. But even the incen- ene bi
ASRS Atd Hfotenen for ten genre Mey | ant lond separately, Seen at Vache Chas. [See Reward offered. jo AR neal aperatepag og fF oo God arom eee ee
ur tocth,, xi eding and I had | Phone Drs. Massiah or Skinner 7 2.12 eae We ue respect. ae we aS gramophones ‘ ;
S . - —_ cnhareidtinetlnaiithlastinibanmeitataaain sb — a e « " ‘ - am . ‘ .
core sing ab oer ithe ot ea ' 18.11.52—6n Nov. 4th between Hastings, Garrison He moved that the resolution|and accordions—sold through the You are cordially invited to Mr. THERM
many tnt and then, Peard of this new | ~“CcneALs—Corn Flakes, All Bran, Rice | 284, Culloden Roads, one Gold Chain be postponed. oe ar making canteen attend the | does if again!”
iscove! c od an, ith large Oblong Mauve stone Pendant oy ol .,|-—-has not proved sufficient induce- } x
my had s bleeding. | Krispies, Quaker Oats in Tins and Qat- : : ed . x : e:
Se torenese f my meuth disappeared in | lakes, Barley, Sago and Linseed loose. te ea ere eee | Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) said) ment to promote a six-day work- See the
tnree days an sre outs pa ad at W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489 s”, Advocate Advertising Dept. |{that that resolution along with) ing week. The islanders work for NEW
were rand the $2-—In others, were given notice of last hte
: eat the hardest of food.” 19. 11.53—In hides : ‘ ) others, b Si|the Fishing Company which i |
Sea aici a Primates : s s is a
| cress tater rine hare tas | WATCH—On 17th night between] Tuesday in the House. He agreed]... : , GASEL REFRIGERATORS
Guaranteed | HEESE Cheese in Tins Sib Tins, 12\ prighton's Road and Baxter's Road in the| that the order paper should be part of the Development Corpora- which will be held at \ At y Gas Sh to-da
ce . ’ - . Ny i ~ er » re atl = ) Cc - i
A works 80 fast and so certain |’: Tins, Dutchman Head and Cut Cheese tional Bi Finder will be rewarde< tion, but still take time off to at your as owroom to-day
that it is ranteed to ns jat 7c. per Ib. W. M. FORD, 35,) 2¥onal &us eee : by in the hands of members before. : x a 1. | ‘ati
guaran stop your . mM HU VILLAGE t by NATURAL GAS
your gun . E on returning to Advocate Advertising tend to tradit 1 . CHURCH operating by
from bleeding, end sore mouth and tighten | !'ocbuck St. Dial 3489 19.1, ,52—2n 52 He deprecated the turn that © traditional pursuits such as .
ean Gaete tt pode cosatiate taiataation ce , ea Dept. 19.11.52 He potato” cultivati a BOYS’ SCHOOL and for our country friends
money back on return of empty package. | ~°CREAMOLIVE oa oR printing had taken in the House.) ee auon: Anh, eae 900 St. Phili —) KEROSENE
Don't take a chance on losing your teeth oF | ov c;etehe ee hove hat to perouah an When he had enquired of the}bird collecting ven
overstoc we have hati to reduce same 4 . = mh r " ‘
‘nd heart trouble, re prem Pee as trom 18e. i ide. 80 now is, your op- FOR SALE j printers he was told that it was ore - Tristan da Cunha On Thursday, Nov, 26th =
chemi y under this iron-clad guaran- | Portunity to buy for Xmas GHT'S ihe fault of the proof readers. is tol in the Colonial Annual at 7 p.m
tee, You risk | LTD. 18. 11,52—3n : i t R t fi Ss : yen |
nothing as the ial ’ se rs Dr. Cummins accepted the mo-} Report for St. Helena, of which No n ns
Amosan}:::::::: pro COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en- MISCELLANEOUS | tion for the postponement. it is a dependency. to discuss THE FIVE- o need to worry, one of our
For Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth | Cccjssch Obisinabe trom al deading | CYRES — Special Offer at Reduced| hee Fe WUchs Tae heme. ak Pe ELECTRIC HAIR DRYERS
Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.| Prices. Truck and Car Tyres 30 x 5, 65( arma) rome gig since 1673, is Speakers: J. C. MOTTLEY, | t
Sea = = $2.18. —16, G00—16 50C—iS 400-19. Dini 2696 | probably best known even today MCP. 0. T, ALLDER, ¢)| will do the job i
; r bd CP, :0.: Bi . job in a hurry
LAND FOR * ee 29, 10, 53— Auto Tyre Co, _. 1A Baten, | fag >, > ea of Napoleon’s imprison- M.Cc.P., V. B, VAUGHN, 3¢!
SALE INDIAN CORN—At $5.00 per bushel.| “VOSENE” for Dandruft falling» hair | | hy eee ere following his defeat M.Q.P., W. A, CRAW- #!
H}|Mount Pleasant Plantation, St. Ph. ‘py. [or premature baldness, scale irritations, | SSVA. A ad at Waterloo in 1815. FORD, M.C.P. and others 3
A few choice house spots i8.11.52—6n |dead and lustreless | hair—these are | bomt let morning and night courh He lived on St. Hel ' , 2 |
to the South West of the —__—" | Nature's danger signals. Do not neglect (wiz, attacks of Bronenn ty set aly leath Mas i 18 ane, pati bis 18.11.4810, | enr. Broad & Tudor Sts
Rockiey Gelf Club, adjoins {h|,, NUM afipousy, welnats i shell Peo; |tem- Tey "Wowene.” Knights S08, | Sout tring MeNOAGS ting at | OE ee 821, Not until :
vuts ; e ns ank . wt t Medicine works thru (tf ' - — = = a :
ing Golf Club Road, on bus }}}|Casnew nuts. W. M. FORD, 35, Roc- ———— += |» Internal omedt TN the: bronchigh a PSS = = |
route to town. suck St. Dial 3489, 19, 11, 52-—2n eet te oe ee oa oa and lungs. helping nature ' |
| —-__. 4 i . Utso! nf tely to remove thick, sticky
These spots look across WARVIGGIOE TONIC” Tos sestaration | tributes. 19.11,5a—2n.| tmmedintely to vr iting Coughing and r
the Golf Course on one side sf physical energy, we recommend this ——— ——-—— oe ling freer breathing and more j
and over Blue Waters to valuable tonic. Obtainable at Knight's ven sae tasetinl Port aaa 4 refre Bae ; ciuled o e e e e
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE

PAGE TEN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952

Randolph Turpin Needs More Figh







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he eould and that was to accept
il] -comers. Six times in six
months he defended his title.
Robinson had 36 fights in two
vears in the period 1949-61.

oy

The opposition may not have yanking filly, Bebe Grande, has run more often than is the sone ed
bees ae much’ but at least it usual for such a high-class racehorse, yet she has been out oo veareoal por PLAIN SEA ISLAND COTTON ‘ poy
ev 1 1 rim, : ¢ ,

Turpin himself reached the only nine times. ‘ 1s ie : y at $2.30 per yd. fh

p by constant fighting. The As a Ar rariawes, Bs ts in White, Bamboo, Blue Yj

Â¥ a4 hs 2 on : 9, nnn eT a ee T = ican col, ay, an a 4,Â¥
Hue Setobiee ha bean times winning races. Asa three- FLOWERED SEA ISLAND COTTON @

fight every month, All were won
inside the distance, and when he

4 } ‘ alia d ; a slassic winner goes ,to the ee | \\) jFUAIN CREPES .........

entered the ring against Robin- ay ¢ .

son at Harringay in July last pees. 6 thadelpebroolA,.” Wine alg Kidney and,} WHITE & COLOURED EMBRORPERED

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In America even the top-class horses run far more
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de e o The Relentless Enemy of Rust
g lolph Turpin is to
‘cr fap, in the boxing Crious j a , 2 eC] Ss The Proved Protector’of Iron and Steel
th conclusion to. be : i
i ' from his victory over GOES FARTHEST Ra TARTS, LAREET
South Ane s George ee S Australian sports writers are denly drop their bats and do a which the Springboks yesterday
Bm pire middleweight dubbing the Springboks even dozen physical jerks. He writes took lightly in the day’s practice One gallon will cover 700—1,000 sq. feet, one coat.
ampionship fight at Harringay. ee OES in on oo ne has never known a morevat the University wee hint ; . :
: : ai towards cricket than the Austra- physically-minded lot of sports- which was provided under the ; : t hat Turpin beat lian Test men. “men, saying the only place they trees, He wen amazed by the solid Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK in tins of imperial measure.
0 by by ride on points. Z : don’t do jerks is in the bar, which defensive play against bowling .
omfortably et te pertarro Sydney anes Dick Peitington most of them do not frequent, which leoked pretty harmless.
erfut task that when warns Australian spectators not to anyway. j ; :
te OE or ne aes we agg to a ae ae He says Melle will have to im- "PHONE 4456 AGEN‘S. :
e to tell that he ahead, if the Springboks openers In the Sydney “Telegraph”, ie at recognition to, worry
i at all. on their, way to the wickets sud- Arthur Mailey says the only thing st_ batsmen and will find
d been in a fight at al \ sven WaGleee helen Cte WILKINSON & HAYNES CO. LTD.
ows vhich fou months — eae : iem. —L.E.8,
battered Don. Cockell into ees nities
bmission and earlier twice , SSS ‘f
red the lines of the immacu- aa’ EU Wee we ‘ei
profile of Sugar Ray Robin- ,
were conspicuous by their
‘ Admittedly ‘Turpin did F ,
need nearly such violent . ;
to beat Angelo, but one ,
«that, had he teen called P : 4 oss
to produce them, he would 4 2 : -
et : \d wanting j,
on tne enced mely rare ' Here is real reliet
bout three times in For real relief from rheumatic pains it is
n rounds) that he essential to correct their cause. When
ght @ pr duced a K.O. blow they are due to the accumulation cf bodily
ng caught up with the back- impurities, it means that your kid —
ng Angelo, he held back. which should help to filter.away these
either did he try to create the imporities—are sluggish and
openings toa land the pay-off need a medicine to tone them up.
pu Instead, round after IN THIS SHOT the whole action of the Turpin-Angelo fight is summed De Witt’s Pills are specially
round he ambled along content up. The British Champion has come in at his man with a right cross. prepared for this very purpose.
build up an enormous lead Angelo has back-pedalled out of danger but without offering any They have a jug and
th lefts oh ti him counter blow, Only once was Turpin able to really catch his man. ‘ action on the kei
many points but lacking sting. That was in the thirteenth round when Angelo took a hard right to toning them u a a J
I as plain for all to see that the solar plexus, The bell saved him before Turpin had a chance to Smectietiy that hens vital anes swiftly SEE OUR w ONDERFUL
he Eee. champion is out of follow up his advantage. return to their normal function of clearing De Witt’s Pills
practice. e is unfortunate in system of i iti Y Pj "
at, being #0 good. opponents Se Gn ree ; are made specially for RANGE OF DRESS
difficult tena 5 Enis @ De Witt’s Pills have been wideiy used
them tie -bhitrat oF ian’ thao elide oe ey j all over the world with great success. BACKACH® , i
sipiageee hae tock he a ae lyar Should Equal Tiss anpiy contend pyimaoy hankisl —LYMBAGO MATERIALS Including =
Jee Laie wb, idee aad ed relief from rheumatic pains and found it SCIATICA
inidn Ware. both if very mith after trying De Witt’s Pills. Wty not © JOINT PAINS WHITE SHARKSKIN @
insgn wen th in v 1 e , 9 e eo... try them for trouble? Go to your 1.86, $2.32 46 d
the same position when they Ir awa Ss Innin Ss re a supply sight away. RHEUMATIC $1.86, $2. & $2. per ya.
wong atthe. eign? ot thet iy, PAINS COLOURED SHARKSKIN ....... $2.09 per yd.
reers zouis cid the only ing

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after its prey, striking lightning, ‘ ‘ ; ; iti
the nike ane oe Derby in record time, in addition
we ee to the American Derby. .He won WHITE & COLOURED EMBROIDERED
But since losing the title two ' Be eee ares Shislawar | ORGANDIE @ $3.63, $3.95 & $4.76 per yd. 5
mara LAteS he has had only iat Tt races, apart | from | 8 ‘ EMBROIDERED MUSLIN @ $5.33 per yd.
First. he was engaged in & saraven, and was placed 10
emi-wrestling affair against pl .
\lex Buxton, and looked as , we not ee = oer ?
much like the real Turpin as a } of this strenuous period tha i 4 O.
hack like a thoroughbred race- then gave his trainer a oe ‘ b
horse, Instead of the smooth, amount of trouble, ae ran only | ¢
well-oiled boxing machine, we , twice as a five-year-old, 5 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad Street.
aw one that visibly creaked. i : Won 561,161 Dollars , ‘
Then, in his next two fights, } * oe erase reer y
against Frene cruiser-weight y irlaway was 561, 58.1 ¢
Sharpen Na ade Hairabedian, t The nee in Son gee yaa ; MAKES A BIG
nd the British and Empire t# « 4 om whe 2 have as valuable as the dollar to-day, | @
champion, Don Cockell, we saw oes eat: r but, if Tulyar wins all the best ( DIFFEREN‘ ‘E.
Turpin punching with all his |} bah races in England and in addition | ¢
old power the Prix de l’Are de Triomphe, he | X e
After three rounds, Hairabe- ie ae ee at
dian looked like a bad street . - e old rate of exchange. ?
accident, and Cockell, when the GOLF: _ Whirlaway retired to the stud 4 sos oe
referee stopped the fight after .———— pat aie Raggi: sternal i rs
ye sunds, Was . yon more na
eleva Pe a was not in much WwW Iker By ‘ half dollars in the U.S.A, alone. | ¥ @
These victories, against men a oe: ap He is interesting from a British | % YOU FEEL
nearly a stone heavier proved point of view because he is a son! ¢ YOUR BEST
there was still dynamite in Tur- Spore of the 1930 Derby winner, Blen-| ¥ oO
vin'’s fists but did not test his A ial heim, whom the Aga Khan sold, % °
boxing skill His opponents j WS aces Wiaiviaiivics tain ‘epee ‘
noenderous and slow to cover ur § ea ay cé ove "4
were little more than punct The Walker Cup matches, to stand at M. Marcel Boussac’s| ¢ AND THE e@
bis, raditional fixture since 1922°pe- Stud in France. M, | Boussac} ¥ PRICE YOU
Then came his fourth ‘fight’ {J ween the top amateur golfers of wanted to introduce some fresh | % PAY IS THE :
using the term in its broades.™ireat Britain and America are in blood and he obtained the best % PRICE IT’S
eae Ratan AtueRO: jeopardy. Lack of funds may possible American stallion. ; WORTH a
Every boxing fan in Britain make it impossible for Britain to Boussac’s Lean Time ‘
wants to see Turpin get a chance send a team to the United ‘States M. Boussae has never had such] ¥ i
© regain the world title. But the next Year. a lean season with his two-year- | % Top Scores in A he
Turpin that can do that must he ps : olds in this cquntry and in a few] ¢ Tailoring” c, ame
on top of his form, There is only This is the inference to be drawn years time he may well be glad he | ¥
one way to ensure this — fights from an appeal made by the brought this stallion over, 5 ad
fights, and still more fights. championship committee of the In this qountry Whirlaway's! ¢ : ae
s vii R and A to approximately 2,000 name should be kept to the fore | ¥ Ys
. A enyracryy, Bolt clubs in the British Isles. until the Boussac offspring arrive; § P ( q MAFFEI
COLONIAL CONTINGENT The appeal asks for a contribu- by Mr, William Weodward’s :two- e Ue We
From Page 7 tion to help in the expenses of year-old, Twirler, who made such
~ Aden: "Mr. J. R. Kynaston, Sending the British team across a promising first appearance when & C0 LTD ,
O.B.E.. Mr. Abdul Jawad Has- the Atlantic in 1953 winning at Newmarket. * * &
att . ae a . Twirler’s next outing is likely
Ya ms ia The Honourable The committee allocated £1,200 to be in the Dewhurst Stakes over
a rob " fie * MC “gir {rom the Amateur Championship seven furlongs at Newmarket.
e wenn OBE Mr. A. p, fund for the last Walker Cup —L.E.S.
Hon Hoe Lim, C.B.E, Mr. A. P. mateh and they hope to con-
Rajah, tribute substantially next year. }

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WED\T.NI>\\ N ,,\| MIU -„ l9 l9s RAItn.XDOS ADYOCATI i • \-I SI V I N C.D.W. Grants In October Exceed $5,000,000 Biggest Grant For Drainage Scheme In 3.G. Grass*, i • %  ,. British Carib"'*" lecrtt. under the twelve >evel n p*B*it and We If. re schemes of which approval wu otined to the Comptroller durtotelled $5.2.7o,V TWEOctotThis br. tx the total of Deid Welfare aid given %  h Caribbean tcrriyeer to J12.758.801. mdi aid since the pment and Welfare ito force on the 1st now amounts to the B>. turlM this The total IMS Deve: Act came April. 1H,; S34.4JJ.712 By far tfi. tobar (ran: a0 for thand irrlay. Guiana, det i ieady appt Another scheme already made Greater attention has alsc public b that for the establishRiven to activities which not i ment of a relieve members of the pubfl service for the four Windward money but demonstrate Islands, (Or which a grant of use and value of Scouting, In 5153.800 has Dawn ap pro***! eating in the Scout himself at l Colonial Contingent At Coronation rhfj %  pm i %  : %  annul. LONDON ilit.ny contnithe Corona tuMi proceswill be considerably wmu/* in goodness! tap up*rwiWfii.Ht !•-, set riellogi'. Corn I %  r^ofc •Hull ktarly! -th"p and it* whole-kirtMl value* In iron. Vitamin B,. bargain in gat>4nm t KaUogft'e Can Flakes. *^~ % % %  • MOTHH KNOWS'T. MSTI SCOUT REPORT i From Page 3 largest of the Oc*as that of $4,413.Boerasirie drainage i scheme in British of the Association from Wolf Cul of which have alto Commissioner and from ordm xd in the Press, ary lay member to President e where. • il \--i" latnms •i iisnment of Local As> \ssistant Commisiuch behind hand. On Six Months' liond For Selling In fa lid Ticket Hi, Worship Mr. t A. McUod, ** PD11C4 M.isi.trutf of D^trk-1 "A' 1 LUMBER AND BF.F.R • I "in I' g command of I Cook and its local agents gnj Plantations Ltd. MMiiWl FOR TttlNll. All it) Alhel%  ulim bniok whieh arrived i larger lhan the contingent came to the t:,.tei Kingdom fbr VI. Then 124 officers, and othai I part. The actual numbers are not >et known but User* will be Army. Navy and Air I unit. A King-v Colonial intod ofnean • from the conUns*, thai %  Quean's Colon may similar!) be %  Colonial tsa I Itotii i on no* choosing their official re| %  elopmentind proyesterday placed 24-year-old la* *."' %  'v even...,, for a shiphn. M r Arthur H.rn^ f U... "" Of VBCUUm pa.. m"l..-.s. UtlV. s llufollow >t Scaly is to be comgatt Hall. St. Michael on a bond '*' £*** the success he ha for a period of six months In the „" m f d theLA. in St. sum of £2 for selling Harold Wn;l Grant* are made for lour more help and Independen scheme* terming pan of the dePlans for the future includ< **_^^^^B plan of IInt,h Honextension of this practice along duraa. Regeneration of the pliM Witt inercase in lay membershio forest* lg to be stepped up to 400 acre* a year, eventually increasGreat Activity ing IkgKolony'N |>otential output Much praise must be given the of mtllad lumlxT to 4.0OU.01H. Executive Committee for a year of board feet annually, of which (treat activity and much progress t^^^m would be available for 1 am heartened by the healthy inexpert fo the Caribbean. A grant 'erest and zeal of 1,,^ members of of J1M.000 is approved f"r this Council and Executive Committee, purpoat. A -urn of S226.800 is The burden is now being proporfor the purchase of 'innately shared. Formerly these r clearing new agribo*" 0 consisted mostly of Scout and for the main|*n>b*rs with very few lay memhis equipment and ^^ I da V xh position is in reof the nacaa* !• ahould b*. par. ,_. h „ _I(_Ii„i„" .„. achieved with the L.A. in St. sum of 1,2 for swlling Chnst invalid I • N g 2/for the ticket space of six months this L-A. was Church i i. im well established, slake ticket wields an influence and steadily approaches tlnancial independence. Another matter for regret is the inability to get a Branch of the Hi' Guild of Old Scouts started. It was hoped to mark the 40th llirtodaj nf Scouting in Barbados ,,„, IhtlmMhtaf orfuch Brj-h fffASiSSgf"* '" %  i.md i>f G n>tain C. W Humphrey should have received Williams a Barbados Turf Club I Bwc. KIM IOR NASSAU takaj ticket for the Autumn moot. 'Mi i i rtbei rUrtlnsjitth 1 d gueeta from Ihc Co the Atfcetbraa* |'ftei in addition la official traded 103.000 impernl gaOoM of resenlatlves. CafODia] Q from the tank of Itl InOBtg are rJaaUni with local a*ent H Jason Jones A Co, at ippliCOtloiW for seats in the oftlProbm S!n-rt. The vessel i* under rial stands along the roul ing of 1052 but was handed employment technical staff until IH56 SKO.IMHI rther $60,000 ble for road to be madt development and the Chief Scout is most low that this should be done. Harrlaoi pleaded gu.lt 1 Proficiency Badge-. King atUched to Central PolW There has been no outstanding Station prosecuted for the Police. ttet Of at'„„„ information received taining Proficiency Badges, For the Ant time an Island Badge Harold Humphrey of Hastings, ocularly in matters of finance, thus Secretary has been appointed in Christ Church, told the court thai I Scoutmasters of this re,no Person of Mr. W. H. Carter, aftc* he iMiight the ticket for 2 M"nsibilit> in order that they mav B J* An old Scouter. a former f rom tno defendant he saw the |0t OB with their moln job—the [" ,lr ^ 1 and Island Commissioner, defendant im d got upi< i i training of the Scout. Mr Cartel iw. II .,w..ie of Mil ,,„,*,.,. it thr ,., k „ lMl| .,„ An achievement of the year has ynafammta UUs directtoP and Is was (il krl (or lhp Sinlllll MfvU \ ."•' rtun on Sunday was the motor vessel Jenkins Robertwhich lofl port tor Trinl*• dad. On board the Jriikhi* BtoberU i. a largu shipment of rum which it is taxing to Nassau, where it will travfJ to after leaTing 11 The vessel is UBdOi .dliication i>t Ulcel} rm itudi %  the cosonhki who iM bo In Use v K aagf year. Afi(coti rogaTeaaniativoa to a' oiwtlon lude: I anon K N GibDOM i' IIK Mi Abdull i H A Karimlee, OBJI Mi Ihonai Mareallc. Chief of the (hagga. k& | PtaUUpo, CJ31 Honourable Mr. Paul paand Of Captain acorge Fergusnn George PavUdes, C H I HoBOUl C ANOTHER SHINING EXAHPtl Of QlEMlCO There's always a clean h c III e*0f) room where tha SAI-OO-MI •. Pans, and lilc*.NinVs and Paintwork Illy to its ireaimen! Iharo'l 00t I Mi.mh in a mountain of Chcrmco. Morris At Oo. Ltd LOB ton B.ti. pish "Honduras. aMtMN been the estabUshrnem "of a Scout *^\** !" T *", *!*,<;inlMtlon of 0 !h A |u I to the prov-lsion already T !" P l Ha T^u Coll t5 e -.? tr0 nBI WhUeThis is for SSf'tlm* hein B ""eV-ting of 1852. %  for th* appointment to the v be thought the Boy "">* '""< > s Jf *" *lne being Ilevclonment ComScout Movement in Barbados was Centralised (and LH.Q. has given i {( ,h en reported the matter to ueveiopmeni torn MiuMy c Kiven mad* for M hH,l building. The at the leading rim Grade Schools. thr responMhil.tv In this matter. His Worship remaiided Gladsum of $4,216 is allocated to St. Harrison College and 1-odge The real object of the Badge Sysafon UU aha* Tony Galento. of •Utta-Hevis for the construction SChOoL tern mil I i sight of by Watkms Alley, Si Ufa of a armor school and teacher'.'. The seed of a henlthv-to-be geositera in pandinng to their November 2i when h* hlTlia tn AnguiHa and $24 086 to plant have been sown and with Scouts* desire for an nnntUInf t>efoie hun yesterday chanted wi", htaaaaerKit for the coiuuletion of careful attention the future of Badges—the expenditure of effort mtlicting grievous bodily harm oi tk* Co.k Hill and St Johns Scouting in Barbados is assured on the boy s part, the culUvation M ark Roach on Novembei j \ Ifanon*] M B I J }• (.'ihrurar Mi r c. Ruato OH.K. J.P. lircnmlu 1" A ktai I St VINO M W \ II NU*3 St. i.in-M i i. Pharla* Ice II. .well Sinllingti.il SevcheU't H of a hobby and the possible guide ation of the Census to Profession, calling or trade. Hail in the sum of £5 was offered. INDECENT LANGL'AUE 3Jock Hill and St. John's Scouting in Barbados is Another grant to the Decreaw Leeward Islands is one of $7,200 An cxami saade to Antigua for the setting Returns discloses a decrease of 8 up of a Marketing Depot fo> Groups and 48 Scouts all ranks. fruit and vegetable-This Is not to be regarded with dismay. It represents the riddance —• .. — Carria.ou. in the Grenadines of 'dead wood' of which there is their very generous contribution ions Village, st will lieneflt from a grant of yet much more. In the past Cenwhich made representation at the placed on a bond for one month glSO.OOn for agricultural developS us Returns have included recruits Caribbean Jestate is to be bought in all ranks—recruits who in most HOI Everdene wai ng a miantity of lime which is being shipped by %  l vrrgrrw arrived in the colony two weeks ago from in; with a cargo of charcoal and fire. '•" "' hnd wood fi th* island. Ifaslar of tha 'amotco Mr. W. A l.vcrdenr Captain E. PhlUl) I H.o.dd Allan and it u %  nA. O. < irphay. • On Par 10 Fur nil uhilv MIHM>H %  Colonol Thanks Our profound thanks are due —.. ~ . ; ... -nt for their conHubert Cumberbatch betu-i ..iiued Grant and especially fo. known as "Lord Goth ofCarrlngand %  OrtoW up (possibly later on cases remained as such and shouUI as a L.'id MtUianeat Mlhvii-.nj, and not have been vounlaxl aa Scouts aOsHMor.ni staff ii lo lappointed Census Forms were Improperly to th* i-land. Help will l-e given (IlNd in mid there was no check on to cotton growers, particularly in the accuracy of them. "A flaw in the prevention of soil erosion. Final)., a grunt of $39,380 iboree possible; to by His Worship yesterday Wh I Canadian for the handsome g'ft found him cuilty of using lndC*n1 Of $1,000; lo the ;ND IOR win MUM %  TinReport opened ith lament. avallai %  tn metric tons of would otham i hav* been delivered to the Cnded Kingdom Hah? this tonnage will be loaned during December and the rest during the firs! t|u.uVr o' "953 A similar arrangement IL Worship also p|*OI d 10 f*0 SL*S It*.* SJE ...' nonthi as aprecd to miiKP i, v the enormitv of the liln<-k iixit-i ,r,,m ,m ,J| ""'" "'" u \ "-<"*"* Ilrook •<* WaiKms A Achicvcni'I under review bBVl iJfuSS £_*•. of £2 for wounding Walki %  I ftlflCT" and Inspiring V""" "•"—— -" leadership. He will always bo reAlley on her head with i membered as the first Governor November 18. of the colony to be iniblkly inMward| ^ M y^ durint , rjjgISStS^Sm; p H a'AicTp n a U uon l m ^v^^ B, s£ l £* T Z all our activities have been very h. ei "*_*! tn %  JHLSJS where the j al rn l .!i Ju "l-^ tfh a^ h spirit, a daptaj of diloyalty. insufficient attention to the main object of Scouting—the formation of character and the making of MEN. The bnvs are there and they are willing to be led. Only the best can lead and boys soon discover "„ it they are being so led nnd react Hospit al ..„„ to state that our Branch can wound was stitched. %  greed to divert 25,000 metric tons atU(udo of tho past tnu ylHd ta ill afford to lose so true ;a SeoulJ rw?ONsrloIS MAN ag Canadian aluminum, to the a mnrr ^fOCO** playing of the O 1 ^"J Chlo( Scotii lM P""** 1 .-5^1 M UB.A A1P the aluminium letiS Game of Scouting. Seouters alive nim.-eir to be. Shortly after 5.40 p.m. on N"ander these two agreem-nts, lo their responsibilities should reWe oo lament his going even vender 17 the police rao 44.000 tuns m all. will be replaced t re t „ a \„ s exacting role— though we are happy that he has call through the 999 system from ^V 1955. or earlier should UTj-enues for service nre many and carne.1 such promotion in the serRudolf Carrington of Eagle Hall. | forr'ei eventualities ref|uirr it. e.-led—when they find that lack vice of Her Majesty the Queen. fit. Michael, that a man was lying [: The reason for the US. reD (me prevents them enrrying out We wish him and his charming in an unconscious condition in j ejoett is the serious loss of oluthe duties of office satisfactorily, lady God speed and Good Scoutfront of the Rediffusioii building. J. E. GRIFFITH. A 999 van arrived on the; scenn White shoes, to pass muster | In company, must be spotless, immaculate. Use Hf ( ,. Propen's White Rcnovato i lv M or Proncrt's Shuwhite. No I suier way of nuking sure that whdc shoes arc while T pij, PROPEBT'S SUVWIU1E A WHITE RESOVATOR In ttuluni mak Spang* Lovely children*... They're goin b 8* tur.lv gTOWn Mpi tome day, and they'll need their gixxl health toe the hiv: ilnngs tlu-y'rc going to do, "I licir rHlies arc being huilt ilio proper way. Thej i..l. ( ,.| | ivci Oil; ScvcnScaS PUN od I h I i>il, Nsturv'. line.i bodj //


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PAGE SIX GavH Request Princess RoyaVs Visit To B'dos NOUS Of ASSEMBLY yesterday passed an Address 1" the ActinR Governor agreeing to an invitation %  Koynl by Barbad.is . :n the Caribbean ui i -ply t„ the Acting O BARBADOS ADVOCATI WEDNESDAY. NOVtMBES 11. Ml DEUTSCIILAM) IBER ALLIES by <*>&< I ii ibis the Hou been In [total Highnew he vtSit%  > U h Guiana %  %  )ear H.* Exce -the wish of the uss ol Asaemhlv Invitation be sent to HI Alcoa Pegasus Brings Cargo FromMonireal Alcoa Pegasus rrived In port from Montr*. % %  %  Royal llighues* to paj ..n oAcia ,-'',;„ the nece*^" Alrm% ^.^ .inOuridVMObn. of flour %  kled meal and Vllcd la early n,-x' "' rontainers or ubricnting oil. vcar to present colours to th Other cargo included clothing local branch ol the Brit ">n piece (food-, rayon piece Cross S %  *>, trla^iware. machin. %  had taken the t>p| %  a shipment of pharnv %  Ban* The Alee* Peexans .irny and ih" A' %  ...(( under ihe commmrt of Capernor was asking the House .1 • | n n K Sweeney and it cotiWM their with l take .-, r( j to Da Costa and Co Lt<< Mdty of ,v,n, bar t Ml iv rM TAKH MM .hen members of the harbour, th. 100 M axotor twl mil) were in the area to Moneaa weighed, anchor and sail*' have them come here. As far a* uut of the carcen.gc on its way Iht expenara ware coocemad he to Dominica and St. Kitu pointed out that they would onh The motor vessel airived to the r-p applied in entertainment colony during last week I Honourable members wul>* fortnightly supply of freak Irei" Iht colony After unloading ted Barbados, the Govln „ careo. the Moaeaa began to eraor sent down a re* ? rum fo, Dominf ica and St. Kitts and a %  htBaaent rhjj -aarprb. for both I length of *.... %  __.. ,..._, ... %  ->•.. iha f. -,, ,%  > ui* Tne vessel u under the caaaamaund SL,££Ttal'S %  Cpufa, R. Hytan .nd_l. —. iwalti matte, vf !" * 0l Schooner Own He .aiJSthat the matter waa ., Aaaoriatlon. sjnpie one aftd he there!CARGO KIR (.RINU). %  ml Slat the A Mr aaj be paaa. cS. Another departure an M—lHr Mr M I < x
  • nl amln, nt 11 r JI an Th* -Owlimr' Fan t th.hijbr.t % %  I lnf..rr a I oei Mr *. Tne M.V. CaauaUaat CT.sHia.fi %  ar-l to meet etrrreait •* — s-^*. m %  at a i rtn % %  i n--_*r?inn a? Hi on -o Grenada. I %  *fhoon#r i ho das irod torae mom inlonrwisaiaed carfo of foadaaaaaTs aetd other tmonthr matter The AdtWaan dktfns to Grenadka isaalor tke r-aadad Dot make it clear whethe asand of Captain W. Rooa i ta paylakf courtesy call to Trinidad an*' i while she £„y? !" ,;o*s.t£.oE" ""if A"Sf u^Ud h, %  r.e-m white n the area and the Gov. e-TDmerit wanted 'o extend the same eourteay to a member -f *•• brought a ffanaraJ cargo of the Royal Tamily. than he wa* in 'odaU;fr to tho colomy. S mpathy with the Addj^oa. Bosides the 200 tons of cargo, tho "3* aid well understand the C^fc sa g i i also brcaaght a total JJJgJ >. of the Government, as a of 41 p arsonasfrs. 11 of whom House Pass $10,000 For Coronation Expenses THE House of Assembly at their meeting yesterday passed a resolution for $10,000 to cover expenses for the Coronation Celebrations of Her Ma jest v Queen Elizabeth n Dr. rf G Cummins who took charge of the measure told the House that in view of the fact that the Coronation would take place in June next year, a local Committee had been appointed to go into the matter of preparing ar. agenda for Ihe celebrations too a number of S750 For ExpeilfrWS a Of I\irlian.cntar\ Deaecation'^ Vinil %  PSZBOSSJ ** IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY --.r %  -, There I %  .;•* • %  saaaaaasai couple of a at atk i gs bat tbry hod not reached niaairiy. The 110*00 asws-fl for as tno iilQainlum to (he poamiod out was for the p ur pose enabling carters to be placed LAAT mir rosi SL*M>N -• orders to be placed The House of Aaaembly yea%  t etrrrent sassstaass ,n urrday passed a resoluTion for wtah pwa e j a t l o ns for tfSO to moot the eaaaonam ir, terskty mornaaa; on tta last Soutn local caaetrationa. rawineciion with the nail of the oouod trio from afontnaal for the The amount included pswision United Klnfdom riaaafstipri of for decorations and illuminations the Commoawealth Parliamtn•Vr.v.-, under the comsnand of •**^ -** *> * ordered hmImcv Association to the West InV N Cnvke aa. thai' "" '**' M %  •* %  •*" *•" kaW very It also Included BCOVISK*. Dr. Cufornins said that honfor work on d*wo*srtsos)s which curable members wore aware oold be earned out locally but ,Kat the doloeation arauM be be paid for as the v i t ;ung Barbados and added Utar *mpetod. he local branch of the ComrnenRe said that proriston was in,-eajth Pmrllssasenary Aaaoda| W Aft-.1> ruaiMitt laid Ihe toll..H—i) aated UM loth ef M i -i-Os. lSSy .torn Hi. Ixtfi artlnj Oonn>r to thr Honouiablc 1" Houw <1 AimMr r.rdln IS* vfUl ol H %  oral M i s-—w U>* Ptuicr.l*oi; XO nrtain Canbb*n T*t M.—f Oai*4 Ik* l*i of SovwMbtr. ISSI. nn HM Ba:calMBCT UM ArUn Cowarnor lo in. HonourabU. th* HOUM of A>M*i> w*armn| OM Wsna s araali Stout* ml Aria MMOM la in A* naeaa •ad tm brhalf ol H tyirrt. UMQueen t um oi His BaealMcy Uat Artiaa Qmtmor lo IM HonourabM UM Hani** ol Ainw. r>: inlorminf UM Honou-aWe SMS.M af UM ntaUMUMI of !• Hot.outabM J D Chn*UT VJLC aad O H Adam. Caauiri. CMC oC, BCr • i b* rrptitrnUtlvn of Barha..Ttstiop of Ha*. Mijrrtv WM (p* !" Mr— M' dawd IM lTlh ol Novwnb*.. ISU. fom Ha Cacal imos UM Aeiins Oo< Btiu.ii We.t Indies Scltooitr Orwn' AaaoclaUon ilnc • far lha yaar *nd*d I III Dacetubrr. ISSI NoUae was given of lha followII* tiro Bllla:nill Iniltulvd an Acl lo tmpo.a aaiilal levy on Sugar ana -my Molasaea manularlurad in this I (land In Ihr year 1SSS Bill Iniiluled an Act lo make provlaton far Ihr dlaaooal of eeitun snorMvs arc'ntn( In rrsparl Mies ol sugar lo Her Majesty • ^ovammrnl In Ihr United KirgPOBI Inrltidinc lha provision out of iurh mertrts ^t funds lor resaarch and Invesllgallon coneamksg .rrtgalton In thr Island, and foe the mablMhmrnl ol s Board 'n rannrction *Ith such rrsearch and 'OvaJiiax' not >O1T hejpa •_ mlfai sleep, bul It provides vaiuabir I ka a form eaailv dlgeaied and beneficial JuHng slaepBodily fartgue Is reduced and overwrought %  verve* are aoothed and atrengthened to enable TOSS to waaet the buWneas worries <* the foUo-tng as, vrrrt. new rnergv and eosJidence Maka 'Ovaarkae' TOe beddaae beveraae and feet the fliaa> of liB*.ia*erl aaaaVh aawl vitality that coeae* of real, restoratrvo alsep. -S^OVALTINE FOR Hestt-I NIGHTS %  FOR E/taffUe WM Sold in **ai S* h off CMtmiiU amd Sum. a —I .ll.aaa.l^S'8aMi'tta*aMa. a Thrar .ei later tvad flrsl Asxiaai. R. irurmber of the Commonwoolth. 'an-led here snd the retna.ru-.* 20 .. '^-i ,-, ,-— '--% % %  ---L. or*. -.— %  .---*-".'J!"— : %  *.. J '.. .r~: wfa. to wo in the mvita„^njranstv ^^^ 23Z t "?SB W„^ ST a!S -Sil^Tff reS •* fc ^r*2-!l^-? 2at No r ui bouna ported to be recoverable and addXtMmi .a^uid be voted in order l Her Royal H>er. h .'' Tf^SrS.' ^^L"i ** thM J^"T P T'* 0 !L.*" O, i ' !" P*n* with ra-ard t-, %  topa/^ v, iTSS^SSl^rS ?^^ rSrU ,tim W hotel ac-nmod.Uon. travelU, g the t^BMaiiavarvi are..^ heest prepared in the island, entertainment ami i, 1 ;" S Mt-ra. G.rrlia*r Auotln & Co Withrr—rd to the placmr of lhcr ((W1 tingen,,es u did nrafiHn pe,. Lw th *" %  ^ c ^ nr \^tJ^f iHS The AddasMtaan RV ntOkf asklTlSH aaaaafaaU ,,ouse ^ *T' e ,STT^^ ^ ,k,n ""^ mmgttam *^"^ atm ..jufd by the •uthormes.to Thf ^^ Branch of the Comrs* the ca*e Another arrival m port yester""lace thefn as soon as Pofbie rnonweolth Parhamenuiry' AsrTZ J( .._ uu.iaa rSksw —arai avarnahr-tlna S-SJ— —n_t . „ •ualtael 'mOt* ih* House of %  ..... ia* UM BWSM U NOUN o* sn InvlUtlon from Oecreury of State for U>r KMS lo the Oovss nrnaitt Of *a*a to pariMia*ta In a Con ,rme* on Wast Indian Frslrrs.n to or hrld In 1-ondon Ir. !,ir*. srd AP'II. ISS3 ashaert af Uia fliaUr Librarian %  ii. mm stdad an Use list :sas lo the SJoardot TVus%  d Ihs loltotT iu School > %  itouir |l A Bill lo %  tii Aet. II I DrsolutM T Branrkrr ashid -• ..tivr t* tho esaa.'I l.i.lldlng iMjwiatlon' Half •Maori rori int %  lo.eso '>aat USaea Advances lor "ayit.rnt <4 Money Orders to 3lsi A U|ll. ISU vllh Ihr celebraUon ol Ohieen rilisbrth It's 'oronaUon A Haaolutlon for STSS lo r*-r*t HI eotineetion *lU> shr vtali of the U K statesatktn of UM ComasaaawSs H a I'sritamsnUij AssaeMitMn A Haaolutlon for S11.III to supplsvnenl Ihr gattmatrs under various Heasis A R.s..iuIion to glvs aTacl lo thr Order entitled ••The l^n aloa s Prnstotiabla OOkeat lAmendtnant> Mo S Older. 1SSS.~ magt by the Oovarn je undrr the provisiont at seclli-i 1 1. tai af %  he Panalen Act. ISfT whieh has barr. MM oa Ur Table of both Houses of the Laalstoiute Thr House adlournrd unUl Deccmbrr IS OVil.TI\K Kist l I I s I, csssev 'Ovahaai' %  **; •" Ihrr nr seeds trees uM.fawet psse-Mtk*, of 'Oaaltaa.', -ad Dmm %  ! I 11. 1 II I I Ari hi di oo^Met. i i^l ysa osarr I Wall K* rsass of •OMaVaar' BMCOSS as VMT ssst dr-irap*iard Bervar fa srafed mn-thi a-taaf... HADE a\T TMt MONKS OF iUCKFAST ABBEY day mununi was the S.S. bath h.iiled from British Cuian.i -< lac Captain 6. Riley. Consigned to Messrs Da Costa Bt Co Ltd the Kallada brought a cargo of mixed Iteme from the mtt-[ of eou of the Royal Family. other islands of the Caribbean He hoped his coUeapue, thai £. ono !£ '; Phil cargo .ncluded limacol ft— ^ 1I1 Th ir,a Dribs* Guiana, pickled meat from pointed out that Trinidad and other item, from ,.rious porta. Trinidaj fad Cl '•! r\-.lNOFUS INTKAN-II Ihr opp.,. i her • The Dutch steamship Cotak-a n> The Aettag OOVtalltd ;.t Barbitdo* on Monday vTM onlv from Amsterdam with 101 passena-klng (he H^use to do the ttw TB, I0J of whom were tatrsnaal -rid 7 landing. kddrtas was eventually Master of the rf of flour, and M llorces -t i.ickteti pork. The au-amshlp is # On Page because the>srere expecting Cl a Uof1 which corr.prisa* -rder. for large quantities and ^.mbe,, of both Houses af ._ '-•uM ttafswaee not wan LegisUturr. have agreed to aeinttl the last moment to place ^a, „ propoM i 0 f the United them. Kingdom Branch of the AaaocfaOn the reeommendauon of the n b> send to the West Indies Committee, the I1U.000 set out In %  Jelegstion conatsting of four the resolution had been asked for. member* (two Con-erratlTe snd He therefore begged to move two Labour) for that the fesolution bo passed. -bout 'hree weeks House Adjourns Until Dec. 16 his motion, said that they had beo n having meeting after meeting and he did not see the point of saying that they must return I to the House just one week be[ The House of Assembly on. Ihe for* Christinas. motion of Dr. H G. Cummins. He knew Uury would get a i ui.t-'d. until l..' luorum but he ggaj MBe % %  iber IB at 3*0 p.m. nobody would want a quorum ol Mr K D. Hatlley < %  >. made a < nly Government members. motion to th, effect that the House He said that ilnce the elections period of shtnild be adjourned until Tuesin December last year they did during the day January '. at 3.00 p.m. This not yet have a break nnd wenMr. M. E CM sewi'nded" and Christmas recea-. of 'he House of was seconded by Mr. F. C. Godtherefore entitled to it. he reiolution wn TSa-31 w'hCommons. dard (E) but dtfeated by a 10-8 Mr.F. C. Goddard (E). iiecondnut further comment Hi'l UH Dumpiug Ground What Mr. Hraiick.r WAdte To Know wa A irm or aUaaaaaaaMsef PKH it. 1SSS VOSH Bm, i :t -t N ^ v< m M pr SS t". pr 1 \N llll 1 %  ( r-tttaaaifuxll %  | Chrajum I .„k n tl It M HaWis Drain Sthl D • IU %  1 ,aim '1 7 x (.'r-IBKH 11 %  i The Sanitary Department u at (jresent dumping refuse ou Murphy's pasture which i. situated at Kingdom Branch tho rear of Mason Hall Stiee:. tl on. but Internal travelling and This pasture Is being built up by huspil.ilitv will have to be met by many feet. the ColonM*. visited. Eusuie Deanr. whose house It is estimated that a sum "f *as blown down last month and f-'M will be required to meet tic who now hvos at the St. Michael's cart of travelling and hosplullt, Almahou %  %  is employed levelling f->r %  period not exceeding :he refuse. week by the two Delegates H will visit Barbados. A resident of the district told the The estimate Is made up < Advocate yesterday that the odour lowa: — from the refuse is very annoyine. Hotel accommodation I hope tho Department will find Travelling In Barbados ways snd means of remedying this" Kntertamment and Conhe said He felt that the refuse tingencies •hould be sprayed with disinfectant regularlv.* majority. •'><. Mr. Mottley's motion said he In order to -over as much voting against Mr Mottley's iild so on the grounds of Mr. %  round as possible within th* motion were? Mr. L E Smith. Mottley's argument. ime .he whole delcgntlon will Mis Y. E Bourne, Mr F E. iijica and Trinidad only. Miller Mr E W Barrow. Mi -nd for visits V, other Colonies, C E. Talma. Mr E St. C. Holder. %  .he delegation will be split into M. M. E Cox. Mr. J E. T two pa> i Brancker and Mr. O. T. Allder. Return fares to and from the Dr. H. G. Cummins. Caribbean and betwetn the ColoVoting for were: Mr. A. E. S. be met by tlw United Lewis, Mr. L A Williams, Mr ,f this Assort iw A Crawford, Mr. J Mpttley, Mr. V. Mr J A Haynes, Mr. E. D Mottlcy and Mr F. C Goddard. <'ti tiihttttg Mr Mottley's motion. Dr. Cummins pointed out that there were urgent matters h as the curtailment of power the %  When the House of Assembly met yeaterday, Mr. J. E. T. Brancker asked Govenuneni H Vaughon questions relative to the commencement of building operation* ot the new Half-Moon Fort Infant's School. The questions were:— 1 What date has been decided %  aarwaMa upon .,' or ,hc commencement of Legislative Council and "f'J"'" 8 0 l* ra,IOn %  ln connection Federation which the Leader of folthe House wanted to discuss before the House took the Christmas $2iu recess. He said that the Leader HO would be returning to the island within four weeks and he l -ar %  -- . %v.ti.vh.fv|f "? ."U nrw "'"-Moon Port Inf.nu' School? nSi ^!" Givcrnmant inatnul Public Work. DcpurlinMii that. In .iccordance with lona Mtnbll^icd he wanlcrl pI cn F*' "'J V 1 ,?. unB *illed and the VH th. Housa adlourned until D."J'. y 5 • k '".<' Ubour requir— timber 16. ^ r ro ? n lne area in which the 1790 Mr C. D Mottl.y .upportinK Lister j For a bright Christmas All over Barbados, especially in the countryside. ttie namtLISTER means Electricity : and the LISTER I ALTERNATOR SET for ReftefamBg your own current Inhoi proved a highly reliable j and ecunnmical propoaitlon • \c Llihtlng I Planh driven by lh.> Lletar Diesel row i i tim to up for Christmas. |# XJ K.W. Start. O-M t;o Plants. 110 Volts A.C. , 3 K W 110 volt a A.c sets. 1 • Autom.-iiically Itoa i* I turn of a I '' .' ItIU "'Jlit'.t ling axed regard of load •Ions. %  : B B td or 4540. Tl"Ilnrbiielo*. Fuindr* WHITfPARK %  .'-'''.'•V-^-V'*-'*'^*,*i',*-**"V****'*-,*.'-V*-*r1 Tlresfong Up to 55% Stronger Up to 60% More Non-shid Angles Up to 32% Longer Mileage Charles Me Enearnev & Co., Ltd. %  %  being done*" %  %  %  ,! 1 •*>'-:-, I ^ymjom*!^ UWIglj K you feel worn out. depressed, or fenerall/ run down s glass or r*es >> of Buckfut Ton!' Wlno will auKJtly restore lost enerry and tone up the whole narvoui systam. Giving new vitality It fortlf.es you against fever and exhaustion and raraajmeor. Buck^iit Tonic Wine Is especially valuable after III nets. %  BUCKFAST liTONIC WINEi ^•/•sFfi TABS HOMI BOTTLE TODAY nHM Hi M ill U M O, Hlmple. quick-hand I las %  ".i-ln-t Hurt fr.lures s> Makes strong rigid steel fragas w eit i • I" IH" Mteel DuraMe ra*t ifjpsj •-*' rnamalled green Aatah §t ".fMMeil


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    WHAT'S ON TODAY Court of Grand % % %  HBM ... It M r*nibiik>r. of r% m ti0m • %  D.tn. MUMUM It 00 i %  •***. Cnx.l BONH or ll P G nima at aVjuatlr Club I 3D r Par Uw rauw Uul lacks aaalilancf. Carnal ih* wranf* that fia-a-d 111111—11. SW. IM inlur* in lh distance. And if* goad ihat I can do ESTABLISHED 1895 Mr. Truman Reports Trend To Greater Security President Reveals Foreign Aid Activities; Record By ARTHVR OLSEN rWfhfwt'fl WASHINGTON. Nov. 17. -* # VI •> nVO President Truman reporting to COMW H Tuesday on | foreign aid oper/lions during the tint h.ilt ol 1952 an,r *" n ** ow n cx,n*wm, u nounced a "clear and heartening trend to greater security ., ., l^NDON. Nov. 17. j^^in-|p^ * U.N. Revise Indian Proposal Enough progress against the threat of Communist aggression and worldwide economic chaos was made during the six months end d last June 30 to JOsTtfJ optimism", tlie PieMtlent slid. He said "many of the major steps of the six months under review had been difficult. The President said in a 30,000 word report "Deliveries of American military equipment to Europe fell below earlier expectations. The period of military tion In some European countries was le-s than had been hoped for. Some areas of the world wen in n state of acute unrest and problem of underdeveloped areas remained formidable. The ultimate success of certain crucial steps — such as ratification of tl to create a European rVfenee rommunitv — is not yet fully assured."—C.F. U.S. Firms Invest Abroad Mainly To Make Money NEW YORK, Nov. 18. An American businessman told foreign trade experts on Tuesday that U.S. firms invest abroad mainly to make money and will do so where "the general investforence ri.cnt "" UNITED NATIONS. .V Nov. 18. The Indian proposal to Korean war on %  fonnvl stood to have the blessings of Communist Chun. seemed headed for major revision tndnv to meet United States objections. An eightnntlon group set about trying lo neon ii,. ihe Indian proposal which was put tnrmallv i i United Nations yesterday with u peace resolution sponsored by the Cnlted Stntes and -'< %  other coun%  tinned stales i< standing Arm on its demand that there be m. use of force to make prisoners of war return to ihelr homelands after a ceasefire The Indian proposal recommends establishment of • live-member Commission to take jurisdiction over all prisoners of war in deB-diUtartied rones. Those electing to go home would be repatriated. The problem of those who resisted repatriation would be turned over after a l-day period to a Political ConFar Eastern Affairs alState Workers Go On Strike ROME. Nov. 18. State white collar workers of the climate is most %  UMcUf*." t ready'provided for In thetentative Jack L. Camp vice-president of truce plan agreed upon at PanIhe International Harvester Bx-[ inunjnm.—C.P. port Company added "you would be surprised how many people in this world apparently do not understand that fact." Speaking at the National Foreign Trade Convention. Camp said "our government may give as reasons for its foreign aid programme such things as helDl assisting good neighbours, stampwent on %  24 hour strike ihmuidling out Communism and so forthout Italy in demand lo, higher Much us we approve of these i wages. The strike is sponsored b> objectives never forget that whenthoih tho C\>rr.muni-t-led General you or I put our hard earned confederation of Labour and the money into a proposition other _,„.. C.I.S.L. oramntu. than charity we want the assuryon. Workers at Genoa said ance that the principal can be; they would not strike however, recovered if we so desire and Premier Alcide de Gasperl that there will be a reasonable personally appealed to workers return In the form of profits and last night to continue work dividends. j whlle parliament examined During the session on foreign demands for investments, Camp listed the cre.-ses. Workers cli following as "basic" requirements for foreign investment; (1) surance against confiscation and expropriation of the original investment, accumulated profits and profits put back into busl2 "Assuranvo that if the investment Is liquidated at some future date, proceeds In local money could be converted to dollars and returned to ihe United States." —U.P. the cost of ing since the war has increased by 46 times while salaries of State ed only 44 times. — r.P. Egyptians Want Arms Not Kings ing record proflU of £6.258,000 jump of [1,530,000. %  den Mil not jump foi joy, r,,r ihelr dividend U held at tefl Th<.rr had l.eci, til expecting more. As usual most of the profit D the taxation drain — with r1,000,01*0 more lhat way at H.O47.O00. Compare that with e 12,073,000 mite that share'hlers get. leaseholds bav big expansion plans on hand so no doubt d all the mone* ihey can scrape up. Engine Drops Off Plane NOV ,B Umu-d States AirfOfOS investigators said eight ol sixteen DM aboard a OIil# tunspori were Killed when one engine dtopped %  !, h £ ""**' S,U '"P>' "Flying uux' car." Ihe other tughl were o-irried or crawled out of the crumpled; aircraft alive after u slammed ml. n creek bank and burned ten miles northeast of here yesterday. The official investigation disclosed that one of the plane's propellers' fell olf then one of it* t,. entities plummeted to the ground shortly! after. The transport, which earned I hen tnd llsyi passengers was enrotite from manoeuvres in Alaska io Greenville. South (iwlitM. it landed briertv ; ,t Great Fulls. Montana earl* In the day. The CUB was the fourth plane of its type to crash or disappear within eleven days. The Airforco in Washinjflon said its Cl]tl\ Mild be grounded until investltions disclosed the "pattern of BMclMnlcel failure" among ihose which cracked up recently. The names of the dead were withheld pending notification of next of km i.r A.E.C. Will Review H-Bomb Picture WASHINGTON, Not M %  Bourke B ttcktnlooatr ranking Republican member on the Co Atomic Energv Committee said that body will review the entire hydrogen picture" with special attention to 'eeeuritj ilipi that nay have occurred" In recent li-iiomh basvi %  %  Picture aw L. .. r John Saint. O.K.O.. Mr O H Adams. O.M.O.. and Mr F L. -• accompanied by Mr*. Maraaret W.lrott of C. D a W BUtt%ho will Othe: Wslcolt. M.C.P Thty _. act as OUrk to the Confer. SEA WELL. Nov. 18.—Mr. C, H. Adams. T.M.G.. M.C P (att yesterday moriung by B.W.I Ji. for /ameiee to attend ihe Fifth Meeting of the Regional Ecoiu m^c Committee, after which he will be going to Ixndon for the Commonwealth Economic Accompanying him as Advisers were Sir John Saint. Director of the Sugar Technology Uihoiator\ at Edghlll House, St. Thomas, ano Mr. K. L. Walcott, M.L.I' both of whom will be attending is Adrirui west imiMii fieafarenee which will take puce after the R E.C Meeting at Montego Bay. Also leaving for Jamaica yes-1 terdav lo attend the II EC M'-eting was Profi'sw.r C. G. Beasley. (\u; aoojnomlc Advtati to the Comptroller for Developim ports indicated liiat at least oneWrlfan and Hft.1t B of aeven scientists and nurses who! of the Development and We.fan disappeared on a cruise off thelorganisation. Mr. F. E. MlOar, M.C.P. who Delegates Leave For REC Talks Barracuda Ate Scientist MEXICO CITY. Nov. IB. Mexican and Cuban press reV.N. Blast Roads To 'Sniper Ridge 9 ,, SEOUL, Nov. 111. Iliiiim Nations plane; Links and arlillcT\ lilasli-d .in preaches to "Sniper Hid K e si Chinese j red in rtlniorce mants apparently for another assault on the vital [runt height. i njirii Press earn ip n lanl Victor Kwdrlek ^aid Airforcu, Navy. Marine and South African planes Sew S3 wrttes. dropping ions of explosives and twenty '.inks ol naming napalm in a seven hours' attack. li s trtlUsr) <>-ordtnatcd ftnI'rofcsHor Kiiisl.-i., VVsi-d To Stand For Israeli President Pres. Elect Visiting Mr. Truman WAfmiNOTON, Mov, IK M Dwlatd ii LOsannower, drove to the Wbit. UOUN limit ihr airiN>it todn> Cbeerios hundredi i>t laailliie bars beaded, M, Eisonh.iw.-i told t airport crowd that 'this is strictly a business trip." in a couple M hours, he laid, u< yrould in 1 takniK oft foi New York lie aiu he ..n.1 %  "^i" i exj.ei i to t.. bask bet tHimewhere near January 20 which is Inauguration Day. Preliminary to his conferem-m with Mr. Elsenhower, Mr. Truman held a ilO-minule conference with Frederick i^awton and a longer huddle with Seen 'tie Dean Acheson, Secretarj ni Defence Robert l.ove'.i Secret in "f Treasury John Sru On. and Mutual SM.ITIIV Chherall ILnriuian. At the last note Acting While House Presidential Secretary Roger Tubby one pjiotoaraphei would '• ittt.l to take .< \**M picture %  'f the President and Pretldenl at the White House. Wor. earlier had been that there would be DO pictUTM taken of UM two % %  %  'i %  Airimrt cateenaniat wen I Smiting, bareheaded, Mr aVgatl K '" ..oked Ihe CrOW\officials revealed that investigations are underway throughout the lf-homh Task Force in the determine if restricted labi have been icvealed. Authorlies expressed concern about the "eyewitness letters" from %  in what wnters and cnloryt llrst irogen bogab atoploaion. —r.P. Protection For Mr. hisen/ioiver Touring Ear East SAN FRANCISCO. Nov. 18. Henry R. Luce publisher of Hate and Ufc Magazines left here aboard a Pan American Clipper Monday for three weeks' tour of the Far East. Pan American said the publisher is schedCAIRO. No M.urii d Eg} ptil 18. Gulf coast ol Teeolutra. Mexi one month ago yesterday met %  gruesome fata—devoured by a giant man-eating barracuda. Reports said Luis Ruiz Ban-let. 15 and twq other Cuban fishermen .aught the barracuda off the outhern coast of Cuba. When Lull ut open the belly of the Ush he showed Monday right they would rather have equipment than their wedding rings. After a lecture to a group of officers a guest suggested that each donate hii ding ring for the purchase of arms and equipment. While the married personnel stripped oft* then* rings, unmarried office is shelled out the equivalent amount In cash. Premier Mohammed Naguib uled to visit Honolulu, Tokyo, said he would donate all the Formosa. Hong Kong and money he happened lo have wttb Manila. —IMP. him—one pound. — ftf.P. fflC ^!j fou,| d a gold wrist watch bearing the initials It (J.E. plu* i ring and a gold button They are believed to be the possessions of Dr. Raul vcori fionaiez noted Mexican Psychla"""'trm and leader of a half business half vacation party of Latin American scientists who dropped out of sight during a Gulf cruise. —V.P. REINFORCEMENTS FOR INDO-CHINA Condemned Elections BONN. Nov. 18. An overwhelming majority of ihe West German Parliament voted to-day for a resolution condemning the November 30 Saar elections. The resolution declared this State will never recognize any government resulting from the election as a legitimate spokesman for the Saar. Only 14 Communist Deputies opposed and they were loudly booed. —IJ.P. I will be attending the West Indian Conference as an Adviser, expect; to leave I maica. iter in the week fur J.iFreneh Govt. Hack 47./V. Delegates. PARIS, Nov. 18. The French Government is stiongly backing up the stand taken on North Africa In PorelfB Minister Robert Schuman and Ihe French delegation before the 1*0 '.lengthen France's pnsl~ilon Prime Minister Antotne Plnay's office of technical publl-', cations Issued the facts and I figures on French administration 'there. The Office -aid that except for Moroccan Mountain %  > | unity of race in North Africa, the only form of unity being the Hohamj medan religion. In Algeria and Tunisia the Berbers arid Arabs have intermarried to such an cxIJM tWO IndfrVl nie Indlstingui — v.r. 'Ghost' Laid prrrsBCRf.il. PENNSYLVANIA. Nov. 1. The nirk of an electric switch and the shoot which "haunted'' Frank Don-enbaeher's home for 15 years disappeared Monday night. Each night as Mn as darknesn descended the nhaduw of a "ahost lady" appeared on the wall opposite I'm i I-II (in h i-i back porch. But with the dawn the ihoat sllpprd away Sometimes the shosl flickered on the wall—hut mo-U of the time "ahe" remained %  till with her head bowed The "shoat lady" was not a spirit, hut the shadow from the bent rellerlor of a street light. But that did not put down strange tales whispered by nrlchbour*. "Somebody belin saylni it wan the ghost of a woman who had hanged herself a century ago" Oorrrnh iiii.-r aald. "Others said It waa a lady who shot heraeJf." Crowds began gathering on the back porch to *>cc the "gliost". POUOR gave Ilorrenh tr her a hi.mk stare when he complained. Bat Dorrenbaehrr rallrd the lllllty Company who turned off the light and prnmlaee to Install a new reflector. "I got my first good nlshl of sleep In fear montha laat night" Borrenbarber aald.—t .p. JERUSALEM, Nov. 18. lem h.i been urged by hlgtuy placed • ithorities lo become a i ii iMiiat. f.ii ti-, Pn %  i' at oil Israel and his reply is now being j.waiterl. authoritative sources i ... %  H'. M fill the l„ A I'll dent to succeed ihe late Di Chaim Wei/maun must be. sub(Parllan ant) win eled Hie new; president on Decambat sight, A cable to Profi >>r f:i T i-.tein asking' if he would be prepared to acI'l SAN, Nev. 18. A0oul 100 well %  creened s,uth %  ..ii s.t ret b> I'H. men and -• SfUl be assigned to protect Baanhnwgr. said the south [flighted to hhere, he -.n.i. i K-m an 1'iejidcm in Seoul today n .i htlle tui Mir prised by this when the American President Steoroe. Tbig la strictly a tai rtn egJ vflb Korea. The National Police tup. we win be here Just a coupk .„, uudng liberal precautions igainst sni|M>ra or guerillas. '•' >i.t the dajri gg : blowing thousands of rounds ol iheUl into attack route lo the weol of Sniper Ridge arm rnta ihe rnaas of lannal and %  Had hf "Mtinn A pUtooa of u.s lasfci runched earoi %  the froro I to add iK.int lank IIIKII velocity lire I II liafartOI Allied fire power Ket, drich said the Red buildup started early today and had all % %  I an Impendina ight attack. He %  aid nurnerou arnall groups of rommunisl up lo company BOO men) wero slghteU %  ilhes flanking the tee-thorn end of Sniper Ridge. MIC. IS Shot Down In tho air .. U.M. pilot shot f hours. We tatne to Nc Vot K .11 I %  bach h< 11 %  The South Korean government was ramj u aajjgstsj to welcome Mr. Eisenhower at Seoul. About one third of it otTlciakf were moved h> 3c I from Pusini. The dale ol Mr. Hitcnhower i-isll noi known. — v.r. sent four down one M.LO. 15 Jet fighter. Counter attacking South Korean An official said that l're„„e,.^a'.trymen d,ove a company of ben Gurion was m-t the one who i; 1 ','"''' I 1 ,' M k V "'"ii P tn : had taken the Initiative in back-, 1 "" 1 *' f L 1 ,' Uh ^wr Ridge" ing Professor Rlnatefn. but made'f"" 111 '"-' /-' %  w -' r r Einstein's candidacy povarnrnent circles ace BcUnad lo doubt lhat th Professor would be witling to accept the Presidency and abandon his scientific work at Princeton Cnlvei iiy i \j\ he uraquestionabb would be wcl. political parties from the right to 'he left wing. I I' Soviet Press Ignore ll-Homh MOSCOW. Nov. 18 News of the United States Hydrogen bomb teat has not yet been published In the Russian Plea*' Ever since Hiroshima, the Sovat position was that no atomic or other weapon can long remain fen) counlrv'a monopoly. Since (1Mexplosion of tho first Soviet bomb in IM8 the t*-sitlon has been that the Soviet Union has and will continue U> make atomic weapoiiH along as it is necessary. Hide h'Ttly alter noon today. The Bad attack i opened th.month old hot tic for Sniper Htd.e ..fter a 24 hour little armistice." During that time big gons of both sides fired earth C.ibot Ixnige. Junior, banker James n-idge t hi Irooi whitli he waved fnendl) hand and Si 'i'i his fami grin at crowds estimated by Washingtou poUcv ehlel Roberi I M to hall n il tared the White Houa grounds at 0.47 SJH QM I Mr Ki>enhowei was escorted intn Mr. ofllcfl at fl.51 p.m a M I B ii" l< sb id of seheduki r i: KAfXca WJOI it\rn PARIS, Nov. 18. Pbf United Nations Educalonal BetanUac and Oiiitural Yganigatton 111 N t&CO eonerenco which was to have eotn, ,„, ,i %  %  todai on BpafaVri candidacy for memlH-rship was djourned until tmnorrow afterIOOII it KiMIii e'-. p qua I —C.P. '(Janmla's Oil Fvtt€re HrighC A Studv on the Canadian oil industry entitled Canada's Oil rutun HI ightha been prei 'I h\ FINANCIAL COUNSEL lor distribution by tlnanclal houses It is pulnted out that S ite the tremendous strides i the past live years, ouly %  \ri v nail start has been made towards testiHg Canada's prosMKIC producing areas. The Study contains brief analyses of 02 eompanlc* .i.tively engaged in the icarch for oil. Orders for are now being reI p Free Parllnnwtti AT AN OPEEATIONAL COMMAND POBT, French War f^creUrv M. ds CbsvlCM (top! personally tikes over now military problems faced in Indo-Chlna Be was on hand to watch the arrival by sir of French reinforcement* 'bottom). The war situation In m*jy %  aeUons ral as Ccour.nnin led forces make 1.11ns. has beta growing critical J 1 Ccmrr.nnl't led forces nuke gains,' UmtntatienoH TV Stations GUATEMALA. Nov. 18. The Guatemalan Ministry of Communications said yesterday ernxoent win begin Issuing licences srl the construction of television stations Ministry officials sold they hope Guatemala eventually will be a television link from Cuba and Mexico to Argentina. -C.P. I "D&l" Reds Attack Franco-Vietnam Column HANOI, INDO-CHINA. Nov. 18. VIETMINH Communist storm tmops doped on rice and whiskey according, to Trench officials Tuesday funati cally attacked the tail ol a long Franco-Vietnam column pulling back from its 45-mile probe inlo enemy territory. An official communique said ~ "doped" Red commandos charged against a hall of Are onto tanks id armoured ear* covering the lthdrowlng column and aet Ant • "several". DAMASCUS, Nov. 18. 1 oionai Adib Shaahakli wli. led the Syrian coup last December, said here to-day that he would MOO re-tonKrec Parllo1 hi ) rule. en without a Parlament sjaeo the Coup. The Colonel and PawgJ 8tlo I'render 1 vlet military doctnne ; that no single, country | n a dictatorial way." weapon earihe decisive In mode,,, o.loncl Shashukli told a visiting warfare^ This Stalinists theo,> | YugosUv press delegatu fibaf finds frequent expression In thel the Syrian people and army are Soviet Press.—UJ?. dem/xrals." I -v*. 117/./. Dl Ki: OFWODSOM 1 iTK\/i t:omi\.\ THIS LONIKJN, Nov. 18. Ihs DuKS f Windsor with nil top rm-iiil..-.of Mtslnl '.>-! Kjriiljy ,n.l with PrlHH AffnUtor Churchill Indlntrrl that tho former Klna wim .ouiidlnK out Ihslr wishes on hl comlruf to Quaan Dta ibsth 1 i ,i ... : -t KMUWI with hli Diichetm. Ths, mlnh sutTilUfi only 40 mllr* Duke will lunrh Thursday all north of Saigon sprang bai k i llrt nc action lodSS In IWO of th. UUNH and tha Duke ,.f EdUiburjh sasrpMt patrol rlashrc of raesnl it wa^ snni m ^?"".. i h d I— *""' "'• %  ''•"' Twenty^,!,.. Vi.ti,..i„ corrui Gr-'irurdo. irara kii,..i i.n.i Kvs woui whan Ouerillas arnbushed thatn.'dulrd u. •J !" " lld mH .,1 ths VWbmnhs laft IS dasd on MvInK Bold hoforo hay fl.-,l. Na.rb) two ,,i Karl ,,.'. n use wlil, hi SS V!.-t,,.,.„ ,oM.-r> ,•„ k,ll.,l „„d .„...., ... i „..,:.., 0 : ,..., i M „. i-HnS! ,, 2 H -..*' h n It said incensed Communi.sts left hundreds of their dead along the mile long stretch of Colonial Route Two, over which a olw-Hv Bfe hour battle was fought. Looses to the withdrawing; French column were "serious". . H i: It I. E It PA I \ Ts In a climate like ours, eesj Mad potafe which will take a lot of punishment without fftdsi Beigei Paiatl are tlio anflnr, Specially formulated for the Barbados eHaTatta, I'-y bring antttae. beantr, inside and out. Try them on your oau |OOM WaiUtfd ("ai/i-.^. primnl -uli 01 "i AI lasa psmiwl -.th MAiii'ii HI beaad eaaw |i-.int in ir—h O-J ohiatfal / %  /-. | ., |.r..b-ot*d i.y Latcmoa B'f>W-* BflJ -.; t.r>ffhi .r-l anhamwd hy salt air *i'li l'l RQI m ded/erCaa i;..KI'. i • I7fi(> 1'o.nincncH^iM GARDINER AUSTIN a CO. LTD. BRIDGETOWN K3S3





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    WDXFSDAY. XOVT.MBFR 1 1K2 n.VRBAnOK ADVOCATE PACr. THBCC iaaa> a *l • %  LOU18 L. II \ VI IV MM La> Dodds KIDNEY PILLS BACKACHE NtAOACHI %  WUstATui. tMBKl Island Commissioner's Report; ROBINSONS \ ..\C.I ISII lll> lllMM.I.IIOIMI IX It Mill Ullll M % BANISH CONJIIPAIION OVERNIGHT* SROQ KUX mv sure Ufj the camping together of Cub*. Ad Hovers. This type of camping is against both the spirit and the letter of Scouting. The training in every phase of UsMt • ttona must at all times he The Finance Committee reco 'PATENT". 1ARLIY mekas *o*k am e|uiiM fc>r baby OlEAT LAKES COMMTJNITIBB which have coasldn.i with toe elUsens or Salsey, England, where the ocean n yards s year Already S4 acres have bean elaJased. putting probl'-ms of their own can sympathise •sting sway the shore at the rate of t*' %  cathedral and a park muter water. (Internorlonol) Unguentine Relieves pain.of was Cur at once decided to send it to the Jf^" 1 p f"?* d 1L **' Uie %*[* IS SStfllSS '^l" '., Wolf Cub Park at the PHnre* Cathedral at 11.00 am and ttv Lnllege of the West 1" Wolf Cubs at St. Ambrose at 4 30 dies. Mr Douglas-Smith, who h been appointed Commissioner ngs wealth of experil a Scoutmaster for manv nderi the 1920 World tc to the Cubs. He made mention of **•• 0 ow l n l K J ,Bcl '*" %  "> c Southern A..-.,. brings to U} vember 1913 while he staa e -'" i u, *f %  there Hi. interest in Sc^utlrS Ulta at the Jamboree in Jamaica ?£ *$* I*'"?!^^ 0 "" 5" !" *, never waned an& his most inspfrand an account of it has appeared J !" !" : J Sydney Dash is Ing addresses at our St. George's n both The Seouter*and The Scout Day Church Parades when he was periodicals. Dean of the Cathedral will ever be It Is hoped that the effect of his remembered. He was,a dear friend personality and his impressive and tTf !" *r..i •— %  -'-—•rim* ; .Hdr,—..,: mr .A„ unfortunate worth) of inclusion In this report, years, atti •'Scouti. their relatives and others Jamboree and has qualified at GilIran I..1I Traiitin* (Vulr* alxKil of the First Sea Scout Group whom he spent days under when he was no longer a man. ho missed the St. George's Day well Training Centre. 8l i \ |Qg ,it the Cathedral were most With the appointment of Mrs. mad,, unfortunate We had an excellent, i. Hudson as Assistant Island i during Ml 32 -iiTuTTudvt illi weU arranged •"vice and heard Commissioner for Wolf Cubs ther. <• Ions outliv* th* imiirMiInn thev Hn •"dent "nri impressive address is great hope for the future. The W emtedTon alli wli? ww^privl?h "" Dean Rnd tlrrln ,u,lcal wCiirj Kanch ki without doubt eoed t we and hear hi"i strains from the organ, under the the most important section of tinHiD-her Servie* r. JU. v maestro. Mr. Gerald Hudson Only Movement. It deals with tinOn February Bth the Rev A J iJSlTS Jamooree e thing was missing—a large and >oungster in bis most formative Cock*'*w c ledit" huhcr^arrvice .. . ^ \ C L. WaS re P reien, f d %  < appreciative congregation." soars and experience has proved MiC^wl^tom$*^X?' h e '*> Cirtb^an Jimborw slswd jt 5 regrettable that these serthat the besl Stools are those wl.., iS' and laStaJnV the Knot St i2 J m J !" "^T ,he fllh to '" vice, are always poorly attended, have spent yeais "In the jungle \ After servTnS h V ,vr,Snf J M rc ^ b> a ? on "^ """"1 r^renU of the Scouts alone would airs Hndson has taken h.. ,( vSSiSr he came to Barbados ^ **?**•. ** iJPl S 5?' t l un, J Provide a large congregation to say polntment .riou.ly and has alA ? i 8t von Scouters led by the Island nothing of %  -•"•— # r!" .--Ti ZmmAm _%  — K u — mended and the F.xeeutlve O mittee approved liberal expenditure on Camp Equipment with the nmval of which and with the help of our AJJ.CC there Is hope for improved standards In the new yCge> That Imperial Headquarters is mindful of Scouting in these parts was demonstrated by the appointment early in the year of SquadW It Ramsay is Headquarters Liaison Commission• i iietweeu 1-ondon. Canada and Barbcdea 'Hill M he prefers to be called has paid three or four vllt* dnrt* his appointment -he is attached 1" Trans-Canada Airline* and spend* days every three months. Full advantage Is taken ->f hat vi.-its and "Bill" is only toe eager to help all he can — %  rest bars i r i that Is eatuaadc. 1 rWllt.tir Pslo—Giew^ Co auort— Promotes I lag. Tsbes or Jsrs. B*a********-*--* WHERE PAIN ASSAILS-. SACROOL PREVAILS KNIGHTS LID. I cS5Sli,^f fo^rhlf.l^huA-h < ~ m "' l t' >nM A ""' r ? 1 " %  d L"" AMoclMlon.. Th.. hour. Mr. R. S. Jordan, Senior ln.p„ ,,Tsi Philil, £r F,nv v !" ^S "". *••"*••*' ,"" %  >"•? >" "'''lock, has vfry llltlr to do to, of School!, n. imSitoi jnd SI..Philip. For r.,jn> ,,ar. he .ubmllltd and II it only Intended wl.h Iho pauclly of number, u In A.islanl Con,n,l.*.ncr Tor si nu11lo K?wln! "V !" 0 "Li w 2.J"U ,CTS "" r trom 'ormcr jaars than crc no more John A Seoul., 5 %  InituMe_B.wlnj ,n thi. report The Conllnenl gave al live o'clock In the afternoon expenenc* and a former I.I.,." vry creditable aeeount of Itaelf Commladoner for Grenada hla con I ,,m|,.-tlli,.ns thhutlon should be moat v.ilual.lc PurUal Bt. Ofaurt Week there Mem. r. II O'NNte and II appointed to the vacancy. It perhap.. that he eontributl the Ideal Secretary, and thorouih hi. records and Local AsMMiHtlons. The hour. %  'clock, %  .. ... I Ull lectured to the Ro' Rawle Train seeds there which germinated In JHl y n he .l l S"S '?J; h *rC n i m' al ,hc: Jmboree and without doubt bean. On the death of Mr. G B. R. benefited verv much from the exfa^MrToc^w^TorSlnS^ ClftEL VaJK&£&S*J*: SP.. %  ^!!J?!^T^.C-Vf: W^cott. Probation C Bob-A-Job stntisUcs and knowledge of method and procedure were of Immense value to successive Commissioners and For the hrst time Bob-a-Job Secretaries. He maintained his InWeek was instituted in Barbadu. terest in the Movement alnfbst to Owing to uncontrollable ctrcumthe day of his death. itances propaganda and preparaUon for this venture were lnadeKemBrkable Year quate. Despitethis handicap, hThe year under review has been tver, success crowned our effort. remarkable for many outstanding and the sum of $1.01(5 00 was realevents. The Branch was honoured ised by no more than twenty-six ith a visit from the Chief Scout Scout Croups. Northern Area and the laMe District Cuba lUr. the South.ng an opportunity e, ST V ?V& JW,**.^ ft* H nctord ofScnuUng. a n *intments and look forward to K!fr.2L!CiS!„ fVlL VulL'lS irur from visits to Jamborees Is so lition*. These served the two-fold aU" returned to m r. hi. L^tS are ^ 1 that cvery efforl ouW ** Purpose of getting the Scouts to lhformer 88 Disti i : S. ui,. ; snia Kr pni !" made to ensure represenUtion at mingle more and thus exemplify St^V^A^ ftfuu; Jamboree-i by the establishthe fourth Scout Law—Brothcrli*. ment of a special Jamboree Fund ness—and afford to gauge the standard of Scouting, ai ilntmenti and look forward There was nol an appreciable rt-i.ewed activity and progreas. standard even In some of the best Troops. Come And G The results of the Competltiono '"hey come and they goThe rewere as follows: slgnatfon through 111 health of Col The Geoffrey Williams SignalA. F. C Campbell is much to I* g Flag won hy 1st St Michael regretted Colonel Campbell h.i "Thanks Itudtie" The Thanks Badge 1 was pre% %  O a t d to Mr F. J. COM and H N Chandler and -Smith fur "valuable %  i I vii-C: to I III" MoVCIi "III With improved finances It has been possible to surround our Headquarters with a wire fencing. The planting of a auitaiile hgCM ceded with. Palnti certain repairs to the building are bnrily needed and it Is hoped that the greater part of this will be the work of the Scouts t hum selves. The Executive Coinmiijee approved the use of Headquarters by 1 l-i.t-Murnl lH-p.irtment of the U.C.W I and the Alliance Francalac This Is of double advantage; not only is there .i i"iniary baneflt but the room li Minis pure.. sa/em//k KI IM. i.icr strut. upctio-qualitM. \ >milk.|iroduced uoitarj .U.U|,(N>I.V Yc*. and the %iM-.i.ill\ l.Hrvsd on prorrrfj K1IM v. ihat you Kt milk a% Innis the .ttv n left the farm Buy K1.1M—milk ilut VOU..IH ihsivs d|*end upon log itv wludcsioiiuiiesv tfsd pnnn! KLIM IS PUII, SAFk MILK J2J KLIMkeept without rttYiqeratlai fjj KLIMajyality IseJwny. uaitorm [4\ KLIM Is eicellerj for growing children {Tj KLIMeidd* noarltbment o cooked dltlwt (4J KLIM ll recemm.nded 'or infant feedlaq 1^7j KLIM It tafo In the spociolly-packod tin jtj KLIM li produced under strictest control %  he ilisiH-naed wtth Finance* The financial cunditlon of thei Branch is better today than ever ll has been as an examination of the | Treasurer's Statement will dis^s M ,Ktri t^.M=!=& zs h; of the Emoire and Comn ealth. tMuanT often levelled a. the M Br-"*"''-" '"•'> Aquatic Sports Cup won by 1st locel Scouting. He has been fo >t. Peter (Third Sea Scouts). veara the President of the Si Athletic Sports Shield won by Thru the Lord Rowallan. K.B.E.. M.C.. Boy Scouts for not doing more for TD The Chief Scout spent a themselves. Bob-a-Job Week pro.., 'eek with us. from 11th to 17th vided an opportunity for answerScouts) rillcism." The Scout* ,'enture with commrndnd in a truly remarkIhe general public Great hope Is enterFebruary. Owing to Court MoumIng this Ing activities were rather subdued, entered tin A Rally and a Camp Fire were able spirit held in his honour but these* were able way not very impressive on account of responded. the relatively small number attained for Bob-a-Job Weak next tending In contrast with the numyear. bers reported in our Census ReAt the Annual Agricultural and turns. Opportunity was afforded Industrial Exhibition in Queen's the Chief to meet a cross section park the Scouts ran two Stalls. of the community at Government This was another opportunity for House and to address the First and undertaking self-help work as well I ... .i active member of the, Island Countil. He was one of the Coinml*The Boxing ( hnmpioiuhlp Cup tlonrri invested by the Chief Michael (First Sen Scout. We are. nevertheless, asircd of his continued :.N Is! S' roe) %  %  i %  ndaoco DO UM Government Grant and subtcription, hum the public, especially iii mer< .mill.' co mm u ni ty Financial proposals Im] ed during the year provide for ?initribuii"nh from cvery member i Tennis Cup (kindly don,,„. Movement and of his willlngMp _f %  ;. de Urna I. Co.) lie „ ^ h .i p whenever possible iradeSchoo^he^Ch^ J^^^^t*^^ &£ .SS&SlPet iS! F S ber of C Guides. He ._ the Girl ties. _. ileo met members of made on the public Local Associations at Codringt" College and St. James Mixed School. At a meeting of Commissioner* he Invested two and presented Warrants to all—this Issue of Warrants being due to the reorganisation of the Branch. Perhaps the event of his Vlall which impressed hlr.most was the Wolf Cub Rally Bt Harrison College at which he was presented with an Address and a Purse with the request that it be given to the neediest case he met on his Tour.J The Chief, who was visibly moved. %  collected. SI. GeJorge'K Day Hoy Scouts' Day, St. Ge> Day. was duly observed Table Tennis Cu ated bvMessrs. Y de Lima Co.) IVSf lo help whenever posdbfi ^V'M r a Hrldgtown W wish him irop roved health. \iSfja. •' %  ^ ...... Mr (' H C Spnnger as Acting Shield for General Seoul Work Assistant Island Commission, Dai won by 1st ,t. Michael (First flea Training has held three Foundabeouts) -ion Training Courses for ScoutKe-OrKaniulion masters and would-be ScoutThe work of re-organisatlon of masters. These Courses, though the Branch continues with modervery preliminary, are very helpate success Wc welcome Into the fol to those who have a desire to Movement as Assistant Commlsserve youth In Scouting and it It be hoped that futui taken advantage of Rev. Fr A I Johnson and Rev. The Camp Chief at Ollwell. Mr T J Furley. j 0 | m Thurman, has been pleased The Branch is fortunate In the to approve my recommend a lion it Mr, Springer be appointed a Chief and his Honourabb On page 7 Toko pure water, add KLIM, stir ond you have pure, s KLIM ai ^ere tor's MILK NUT IN PMMKINCI IMI WOttD Ovlt at 'IE Uiailtll tl> IUI lUIIIM ill IIIC Ut tipP T ' return to active Scouting of Mr, A. thatM he Douglas-Smith. Resident Tutor of Camp SAHELY'S Picture you Woollens for your December Your inspection b invited "The ROVER b a very special type of car. the search for perfection has been unremitting The ROVER has Style, Comfort, Finger-light ( 'iinin.lv Economy . is simple to park. OVER Built for versatility, this h. a four-wheel drive all-purpoae vehicie of high performance. REDMAN & TAYLORS GARAGE Ph 4435 LIMITED Pt> in m BROADCLOTH n You'll like the new' range of Fabrics for r December .. designed for tailoring new nat! ural Suits to Perfec-1 tion '. I All Wool Pin Stripe Worsted in Navy Blaclt and Brown $7.43 All Wool (irey Worst.-d |M4 W.itch ihe I'l.iiniif *tnp*> AtvA cotBlortaUa CIK>I WAI *.I Tn-fnanV*' I. loll (.tent*, li.. nici niul iwvr* in vur inmllv >oo'/.' liketha entty MWSHI taag tVaaaalNI 'tileigh i. smootii in u-xlun Basal aWaasaaaU aVatftbl . ideal for aliirts and hh'Uiiea in %  ddWofl lo pvjnmas The low cos) will surprise vou! •Try Broadcloth bv "Tei-rnflHr' ICKIUV VVomo't everywhere nret. tying it Be aura to ask for thiiJniii. • a tion Ivindu JIIH lag your itasurance *4 fenuine tub-faal "Tex mad" Hn. ii.|..ih %  %  TfX-AUOf" IS WELL MAOI



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    JV ED.NESDAV. XOVKMBU, I, ,*-.-, Man IIARII ILH)S ADVOCATE Acquitted Of Manslaughter Charge Judge Instructs Jury PAC1 IUI To Return Verdict In Favour Of Accused M, 3 u he char S e manslaughter. Haddock was !" alleged to have unlawfully killed fuur-vear-old Carl RrJer. d "" n >u1 1 " "> " Pw ',' %  rt d y r i v 8 ng ,h car M 691 •"-• Pra "~ l * & K J&SL ittA £ lufjenc*, They would hive to only two point* which approach ft 1* c4 %  high degree of neghgence. case of speeding is Ihe evidanca Ufa i xculigence. A* His learned of th.witneH John Small who „ M %  harge of manslaughter founded, or even Ihe lemer •irga of dangerous driving >irig Ihc car was i^ecd u lh only danger alleged lies an hour, but and you will retail the i said tt iftal the driver waa only going at _? e _. P r ?! ec u ,io n "*d I* case after callin* 15 witSrc^e^.rjtt'r,, nftscno ar.A U 1J i -••-. .ailing i,/ Wll— ..-.v,!" irtai ln car WBj4 J !" „a d "audocks counsel submitted that the evidence ln . x a %  %  >> '- Nte, prove pOesl Friend had intimated in his openstarted off bv "igmy witoeaaea had said tnat going about 50 ,,.,.. and most of the witnesses smd he .night have been 20. You also rea moderate speed There is noth• only travelling at a inodermember the evidence of Doris fcng to suggest culpable disregard Greaves. The Evidence Therefore, under the riicumttanee^. I will ask you to return a Nearly all the witnesses testified formal verdict of not guilty ," that the car was being driven at The Jury returned u verdict of what they called a moderate raw id those who could see at thai point said it was being damn on r.s SL^^^LJ&I !" *^ ,;.. -["I'll NefUgenee Not Proved Apparently the c "peed and th death could ily allegation fact of the i guilty. proper side. Therefoi There were two other charges of short manslaughter against Haddock In cu-lc. H respect to Carl Roger,' brother other motor that i law the mere happening of an acidem to not enough to draw a is my There are Tort mere ake an theory is when she said fairly fast, she 2* al i?' l 5 d J. ""'"ft t,K ur r meant her idea of fairlv fait and Vlntc of lh Crin >irtal Law. The "" did not mean H In relation to a H I mci of wnnt ha PP*ns not "nough to throw :he onus on the turned (he verdict of~not guilYv, tTe^mposiirgtote" 11 "" WJ,M " fVtt/UUng into conIidVraiu,n."ihs crfaltfn J * %  " W %  the tog Mr Reece entered a nolle praweTh.car was be'ing driven fa.rlv u,rd h, P cou 'd do no less than ;.s* ^ ,. ,£ m a 4 i r lm,n 1 m upr qaJ In these two other charges. fast. driWB ""* ** euj to ~m verdi.i of n "V K f f r <"*" resuk^ £[* — u —'s BSa* 3*iaa^ spS:riH Mr Reece then entert-a a n*Ue prtmr^al in respect to two other charge* of manslaughter against Haddock. "*f?, * L n Koger, 1 brother other car which %  ~.V U ri7^i "'" ,lot '"ean H In relation to a „ of a curve on Prospect Roatl to speak to some workmen. Soon Rulh <1rke nld that she was 3 _^^.s "r after a man rode pass on rnoS f * P~P Road at the time of doub' wl a r? H ,? ,nda d eyele and shorUy after a car £j rodent. The car M-691 was ^" h *„'" !" "f* %  nc being driven at a moHeri !" H arw !" !" nK condolen. The circumstances of this un'" lh,s c ** e '. would be abdicating Pajed. both going In the direct loo fortunate and unhappy incident my function if I allowed the case to go to you without directing you thai there is no evidence on which have anr 1 of BrtdgetownVTh^'d^rve'r'^'Ihe %  *' swerved"offThe oWTcar ^'T^ommanl^ni 'TtT* *"?' ,..._ and struck thn wall .\. 5 common oond of humanity -..%  -.%  'he binds us all together. But that Thefts Reported pulled off the parked v., seemed to lose control, and struek fe,l *'ie Rlfharda said si was Jtl ,^,, nf ,w B rn ^,~ The ,ar was being driven at a ih c d id not see th e car M-691 S^uS wheihLT S. PK fflr speed, not t.>o fast nor to,, un ^ " !" ek the w.ll. *^ 22, Tn ihu ?J~ evidence thai sometime on %  low. On June 8 ho returned to !" s was thp "• witness for So 8 "" 1 in ,Ws W,tnew sUnd h > scene of the accident with the i not at al! are simply concernMr R P, Qolf Club : Superinlendeni 8LiUnoodj and M, K W* 1 0 ** '"id that berarnum of the Department of -vhether .r not he Highways and Transport He woul '' "" witnesses, his submisHirked his car where it had been i ,on was ,hftl ,h "* • %  BO #v|. then various witnesses, anything proven from which it would be legitimate to ask you to consider a verdict against the prisoner. if the Roclclcy ported to thr PoUel November 15 during the night, the amount of 112 stolen from the cash box. _...._— — ^„, ....= ..I. jidd i.,-^-fi — parked on May 18, and Sunerln5"" *" %  • hich the The learned Solicitor General tendent Slmmonda and Mr. FarJ" m " ,ulu P" 'or a convicset out in his opening address to you with complete and admirable worm ii HI HIXIII ii num took certain measurements. Moderate Speed Cross-examined he said that he had told the Police Magbir-tr that the driver of the ear had been going at a moderate rate. The car was travelling about 100 yards behind the motor evekv Dudley FIU said he was on Prospect Road al the lime of the accident. When Estwick parked his car, he and other mat) went around ii and were talking to him. The car was parked on Ihe loft side of the road. A motor evehpassed going towards Bridgetown aid soon after a car. When the driver of the car swerved to pass the parked cur. the tail of his car hit the wall and the car again hit the wall further on. When he first saw the car it was about a quarter of a mile off t'roa.-examined, hr said whan the car was coming towards the parked car. It kept much noise. Trp noise it was making n have led anyone to belief U • it was travelling at a fast rate, but the time It took to reach him convinced him that it was only goiiur at a moderate speed. It was about 100 yards behind the motor cycle. Isalene Heckles said other girls and she were on Prospect Road talking when the motor cycle and -"JIVV'i'JH %  '* when the car His Learned Friend in his openfairness the case for the Crown swung ami "truck the wall, UIR remarks could not have been and the standard of proof re•nSiS* h ch,ldren 'vln K en \he fairer than he had been—no fairer quired both for the major offence ground. The car was travelling than one should expect from of manslaughter and the lesser ',,; -— . counsel for the Prosecution, but offence of dangerous driving .!,., VH. uZZ?, *?* ^J" ... a r imes* which they did not which it is open for you to return -Tmn ../Ji Lf w S %  '"'" always cu Frnm ,h evidence disin matters of this kind, the arnundi Th.' W w !" 2> cloied His Lo^sbip could not do Since then, witnesses have given /eLlL ZlS S f 8l 1 "'"crwise than direct the jury to evidence, some yesterday afternoise keeping much There was no such thins In throughout you no doubt must n i i \i f i criminal law as res laae Uqultwr have asked yourselves whether i> "* c n ,na J*' n or Cycle and something positively wrong such was the evidence on which uoris (.reave* said that on May would have to be proved, positive the Prosecution were relying. The Clcnunt Brewstcr of Enterprise. Christ Church reported that on November 15 his house waa J broken and entered and articles 1 .slued at 921.49 were stolen Fernanda Jones of Vaux Hall. Christ Church, reported to the Police that his house was broken and entered between 12.10 a.m. and 3.45 a.m. on November '.t. Clothing valued at$54.24 were also missing. Eustace DcAbreu of Bay Street, St. Michael, reported that a suit tollfUt, the property of Niamey Sealy of Belmnnt Road. St. Michael, was stolen from his tailor shop sometime between November 5 und November 10. HOUSE DAMAGED B\ F.XPLOSIOV BULL MASTIFFS are popular In Barbados, and DO doubt there will fir some on show at the Kennel Club's Dog Show at the Annual FJxniblUon. Vwke sure that your dog will be in the show too by getting entrance forms from Mr. Bruce Stonte, c/o Barbados Foundry. today. Entries closs on Saturday. Shortly after 2 p.m. on Novem, Ur 16 the nouse of Arthur Downey situated at Gregg Fnrm HUL' St. Andrew, was damaged by an explosion. The house is insured. i Diamond Hins LOUIS L. HA V1.I.Y Bollon Lane GIFTS THAT ARE RASILY POSTED. POST EARLY FOR CHRISTMAS We have a beautiful As-.rliin-nl of Hand Painted leather Novelties with the Crest of Barbados. Just tinOuTt for your (nejids abroad. Cat K.-y Case Pocket Manicure In Case Pocket Dictionary Cigt. Case Leather Pai.el Cigt Case (one Hand) Ladies' Oval Zipp Purse Letter Opener in Case Ladies' Handbag Purse (2 kinds) Shoe Horn in Case Shopping List Loose l.eaf Note Book Gents' Wallet (LongI Comb & Nail File In Case Panknife in Case (2 kinds) Comb in Case 12 kinds) Ladies' Shopping Purse (2 kinds) Mending Set In Case Key Case (2 kinds) Book Marker Round Zipp Purse Match Cases Gents' Tray Purse Hair Grips In Case Tobacco Pouch (Zipp) and Gents' S-Way Zipp Wallets with the Map of Barbados tn Colour, The Map of the West Indies in Gold, the Map of Barbados In Gold and the Crest of Barbados in Gold. The above Wallets are specially made to rit the New British Caribbean Notes without folding. Prices of the above Leather Novelties range from :t m> to 30/. Also We have an attractive ladies' Compact and Handbag Mirror with Coloured views of Barbados. BRUCE WEATHERHEAD LTO. Head of Broad Street {*£&> /ka&t. BEAUTY PREPARATIONS Make HARRISONS Your Headquarters (or Hardware!! XMAS Draws near and Ihe Seasonal Hospitality Is bound to make Extra Drill.link Upon Your Kitchen and Table Appointments Be sure You have all those little tllfaiffl which tend to ensure the success of the occasion A Bin Assortment of Domestic Utilities in ||(W.\ss | N \M1I.LED. TIN. II AND ALUMINIUM WAKI HARRISON'S OIR STOCKS nu Inch*— CUTLERY in 3 Grades WIRE I1IKH COVERS POTATO RICERS KITCHEN KNIVES FORKS and SPOONS CORKSCREWS and CAN OPENERS FISH KETTLES VACUUM FLASKS ICING SYRINGES and TUBES WIRE STRAINERS FLOUR SI'TERS WOOD SPOONS U I CBEAM FKEE7.ERS I.IMI SQUEEZERS POTATO CIIIPPERS COVERED ROASTERS BREAD and CAKE TINS I \ MSTER SETS MEASURING SPOONS PASTRY ROLLERS TIN GRATERS — Also — Hardware Store Tels. 3142 & 2364 H. JASON JONES & CG. LTD-Distributors brought a happychange After suffering frim three painful complaints, tnls man writes tn tell us bow Kruschen hrought fcbout a "complete transformation" and quickly avg> him back the Joy or living .— "Up to a month ago. t had *u tie red continually from kidney disorder, sciatica, rheumatism, and I generally felt off-col-ur I waa constant.* tired. I tried many remedies but without effect until l gave Kruschen Salts a trial. In fonr weeks Kruschen has brought about a complete tranfi)rmation. I once more feat tt Is gojd to be allva."—ft.V N The kidneys are th* alien 01 ".he human body. It they become •lunRlab. impurities eeeploU> the blood stream and the seed of hall e-doseu common ailments Is town. Tos'lenllflo combination of BajU in Krueoben. quickly mineral restores ihe kid health*' action The other uua waste are rotularlr eipeilvd Titan ailment* raaiah -llH aeoomea a Joy acain Ol*e Kruwhen a trial youretll gwavp "fflstla Small wounds Clean the *ound with Cetavltx' Cream spread on !ir.t or cotton wool. Apply frtth creim and cover wiih a clean dressing. un 'Calavlax' aoa WOUNO. GUTS, SUSNI. icwuiciasl. ITC. Cetavlex' ere am The all-purpose antiseptic So/e Agenu and Dlttnbuterj A. S. BRYDEN a SONS |BARBADOS( LTD. r icr BRIDGETOWN aiTfRtAl CHfMIC'l I.MA.MArt .r.r"L r .i HARRISONS FOR FINEST MEN'S SUITS STRIPED TROPICAL SUITS In Fawn & llriiwn (al -1 .w PLAIN WORSTED SUITS in Fawn and Brown Sinirlr Breasted & $41.87 Double Hi,-, id (i. $42.72 PIN STRIPED WORSTED SUITS in Navy It Brown IS) $43X4 Blue and Grey 60 six in GABARDINE SUITS in Fawn & Brown $61.35 SPORTS COATS in Blue, Grey, Fawn and Brown — several designs from MS :>l, l„ $292H PANTS in Worsted, Gnrliardiiuand Linen Irnm $10.24 lo $27.73 HARRISON'S Dial: 2332 TOWELS... A MOST I si; ill. /CS GIFT IIIIIOI liHOl A YEAH!! In our l.invn Itvpl. ff otlvr ... 15 in*. HUCKABACK TOWELLINGS While Blue. Gold. Pink ii BATH MATS 22 33 Green. Blue. Peach F.NCY BATH TOWELS 22 x 42 U Blue. Gold. Turi|iiie. Pink SMI ea FANCV BATH TOWELS 22 x 44 u Blue. Green, Gold. COL'D BEACH TOWELS 22 x 44 22 x 44 'u :n > i* ii WHITE TURKISH TOWELS 24 x 42 & 20 x 40 'u CAVE SHEPHERD & Co. Ltd 10, II. 12. 11 BROAD ST. J2.I3 S2.02 $5.07 „ $l.ft rae S1.3K ear i&



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    PAGE EIGHT n\nn.\oos ADVOCATE Ml ll\l Ml \. M'\ I Mill li l!l. I'JJCLASSIFIED ADS. "' m "> t ISOf I Oil III M i on SAii; HOI SVS A-TOMOTIVrr. %  t LAMKI M I OH -I %  LIIV <*d % %  %  %  .lie"! 1-1^,1 ,.H I i. I 11.1 Sea. IB II toIn > ^ BIKI.I1 Oil 'I.hn1 1 bed .-. Oat .. MM -in.i i..i,* II IS 4>n FARAWAY — Fully room houar St Philip cowl inii pass*, WatermUl >upp,> Carjam. 2 I'AR w I'lUmn CM. <• BStluil room* Monthly rot SB" plu. alUsn Pt*u*RTDMAN TAYLOR cleema>i.< charge. IN ADVANCE DUI | tlARAOE IAS IS II SS-jl &f *;s iii.u %  targrHAVEN — Fully furnlahsd -M I NW IIOUK. Crane cunt Double HW J *n.nl rooma. Light in rUnl, Walei•nlu auDpl< Monthly r-nl • plus W I charge. IN ADVANCE. DM 1IIU If" OWE MOW "> % %  retMUte of large atain| funrn. roams, ahedroof .,nd Klurvx. per month Dial 4U1 It I I Vu.h.1lVBIi\ %  MM *'u miles ftionH WOMAN ft TAYLORS UAKAUF LTD It II IKK U IT w P in lia Condition REAL FRTATE *i Mm -I -I i>I Ten-.. of Barktos MKII Jtian* l> I %  %  r?inoiii •"• %  %  *. " Confldatil SEA & AIR TRAFFIC In Carlisle Bay -^^i^^' W/ys.' "* %  %  SMS* Uet Mn %  %  lee-t or. FrtaMl lt>a iSUi %  %  %  II W to a*< Dial BMO QHE FUWISHED IXAT at M*iihtf on aaa, Wearhr*. 3 Bedroom*, wmnlti CAROn* Vaush.. iom and la'age. enclosed yard. Fr-laCan %  aeen Ecaitein* Ui r-no all modern ftmv.ni ". It %  lolpn %¡ 'doe Furnitme Kamuver. Dial UN 14 3 is as—* I %  ILL rMIjiiall pr>H>rii\ at Nelann %  Price WK*<* Village, not tar I mm Kill Street On* i|> •mall proper! r at Field* Oap. Bank Hall <*llh aatar .d MM Our %  !-mall L> Bed. Black Bock an acre of land and douhle roofed houn U'ABCV A BCtlTT. '..-neve. Mkldl I* II BJ % %  M ft..!.. •.RlOt .1 s n.HI top, from Montr. m S R RalbMa. J3J >. %  I nirtMTi * B B Coti Mwufeda M V None** lot II Saomll MtBM M Be nn tMHF.H ITT1I llara. T*M>Uiad V-.i PHI M B. Oaraen. A Da I. R Taual|. L. TauMf. C ataumr R r.i. NOVB *: %  TiH Ura afr > roomi narbadoa B*h*-n HI Jamr* tout U.KCTKILAl. iocPFHTr.vcF.it ^I-AI inrn i. -IK I fhr_Un.ll.dLul KB* tub. Ballar.. WtoPO BosM.Roaaau.Doti.ir.ic-. ,,.,,,,,i,t, .nt. tu.. II..". I 1* > *•—' n i"P %  r IJ ....t — ..i.l rhariar Apply %  — ... ,.-. ^, rr*dlr> R..t* Bay Wood. Bl Jamr. MISC*XI.ANEOUS II %  > in MANTBD Itl BIT B-TOK lilRMY in |0Od drtaila and urlcs In Bn C| B Ad. ANaMWNCKMEXTS %  BUD m X'MAS TRBF. I.IC1IITB %  Hh Nurr; II Is %  ,!' Dial UBI Cour %  BJ QBraai I* H Ss-Bn LIVESTOCK rocmiUTinN el I'-mu-.,and Bivrliwork by Mn J M Fonlrr. paintmwbv Nan Krndall at Borbadoa Mui-um Mir Bavanatah. Nov nil. Wh. dally, It B nv—• in Sunday* 1 J" m to lliilri Hnlrlnv LOUIS I. IIAVI 1 i Rolun Lu> Gums Bleed, Teeth Loose! RACE IKlllKK ClaUUiWIa, 1 yaar n icldad iwinncr of tha Ai Gold Cup and tacond in th Dvrbyi ol La. Bora *wkuirr and dam a< wlnm by I'alal* Royal Rrmalndrr of pfdl|rr • .tupliMl if raajuimJ Appl> MB V i RACK IIORSKB 1 y o hall-bn l.VNAMFTF' by Colioa. II %  mbuii out o( H nl .1 ll.r Novan.brr rnrrlirl 1 y o Thoroufhbrcd coll NIT WIT l.v Jataam out id (#.n.k Wll fi>r all Timid-d and Borbado* CUaair. PbM'rd Mh IT. BNaf i M C A Pl'*-c IB il to UNDEK THE SILVER HAMMER % %  TuSSdat 3.MI. by i dsf -I Mr. Tim %  %  v*-y nata Mo.ru Arm CRMrs wlwl aprlrur. nuSUBSia: ] m CocTr T-t>l. jmp. Hound and Drop 1**1 T..I.I.-. •d. Ila.1. .. 'yro i ii.iah -Han. .'i i %  %  i %  i. it |it• H..IM.NTablr.. all in Mali >,,,. DrnainB 1 %  i H.-ui. .1 and Bprti I Prs '"' conOluoii Kill In Cabin*), War* Prr". I .aider*. BnamTop Falai 1 Bums) I BBa Tst,i*> poodi Osrdsn Hoss and many otnrr MECHANICAL I.lnnlypr Dapt. ,., A .1.. . don Alktyni I' o Adtui.itr II II MCAMERA llodah R. Ba. lit lUBMkrasnl and %  HB BBSD 00 for >>!.uilr .CHUtl -i, i r Din I >M7 ,,,., ~lh.| p Nth BBBHl M II Ai.li-. Hi hin || Bl Stop Pyorrhea and Trench Mouth In 24 Hours I! .1 | .>f Marh'Tip. I Bandar. I 4' Wood %  [ Imnmif tool* Phunr BXB MISCELLANEOUS ANilillRI — Ol ary dsscMpUon. I Ulaa*. Ckama. old Jrucllinr Silver Waiarrolours Early booki. Maps. Aulographa *lc al Oorrlngr. AnlU|ua iBBf i.djoining Royal Yoehl Club ffi o,la> %  M• n*Ta" ipraad .rid ao that n-.w out Of aviir na ara suBrrrra aoonar sr l*Ur T tlSM SAB. Mop thaas dlaaa -• to* lU,^*(ua thay oltan ti tha loaa of laaih. t.ut alas ahr !" .. .-.. — mm and haart troubla. Nw DUcovc-ry ftcrvai TMHI Aaniaa, tha dUrorary af an Amriican inanllat. ftfhu tbaao Croiibli. In s nra • nd qilKk way II panatiataa ilrht to t root Of lha trouble, •tops Bsaji from bln. inf lha irry Rr*t day. quirtlr lair* lha %  uriniaa osl of roar mouih. and oon iightaru lha wUi Tha loilosmf I-ti-. frara Mr W. W. U abowa Hi..nil' i' -( Aaaaaaa uwi |.l %  I -ufl.ird fi.ini If-iu 'i i "'I loulh and Picrrtx* lor Uil (fan Mr I -'-1 1— %  aata vat* aore and blaeglraf and I had oat four Lrth, vhils arv,iarohrr Ualli •*•_gatUBf looaar aU lha llni.'.I III I 1.1 TAPF. IH Roll. ViitplUn Blind l.iduar Tap* (... making Vrnali.ni Blind. DUl H 1 II ->n I BCNOCUIJULH Srliulf-Kaaaal. bail .i.r.iiuii. inakr. I" tula magnlflcalMn %  rag n bssuUlul it.tiirr % %  •, going j'r-r lira) ,. A ( .pi> n. .. I I M IS] Hoabuck Btrsst. or II II H— In IK1AT rihsn baud of thti n-w it hssrsaftr. uaii.C I atopprd bl.'ilii.i GuOFOntccd __. sorka ao faat ai.d a* rartan. .tut II la iitaranma to ilop your tun.froatblMdlng. aod aora anonlh and ugliU i. •Mr Urth to your complata aaUafarilon or maatay bail on rain is of toaplr parkag. inl !*> a rhanra on loalnf our t.alh or uBrrlng lha dang'ra Iron, i ind haart iroublr Oat A—iaga from your 'ir-niii today uodar tblalroa-rlad luaian .Ainoaii^:^Ki; : rr Pyorrhc.i --T, mch Mouth n %  '. .i % %  rnalna In Drat rlHI order Uunrhlng, BOB lbs hug on acll Ui -ln.lr or •nglnr. hull. %  paraUly Sarn at Yarttl Club i Maaauh or ftkinna. II II M fi. ('EHEALtcrn Ptefeas, An Bran Q IBM Oata in Tin. ..id ..V.-. Itailay. Sagu and LjPJd M FORD M Hcb^ck St Dial IIU; r. Chaaar In Tim Ml. Ti%  U %  li MaBaaj ., Head il 1 1.. I*i ll. W M Ft IMP J' si Hal MSB 11 1. %  Viaiiiv al|U*W> oppoaitr Ihr "Wn Und M FrlM \ 'I" K Mnl %  I I'Oronnn I 1. CO. tram F..na la* %  iMHiH irni •>< -i %  DON'T KNOW HICH i PREFER GOVERNMENT NOTICE m.nl WaWl ... W JWI.i NOVKMBFH 1BDI Ria W T' %  %  Mr***, llridBttown. o in l-\II %  !• I tntuaa irla Al'CTION %  .1 HHIi Moorr. r. Rolwrt. K DrFrrilai %  BBliBilBBS r Maftlnlaa' s Frirnrt V. lYUnd. A Wason A Far Trliiidad I'MBEIt IBTII n i... i J AI i Ism. Cl ML i.at T lluraatt Ai up* A Chin HI. i G ii tii n s.,'ir IIS* o'clock Trrrn HKANKKR. TROTH AN AweUBBr.ri. I' 1.11 SO \ VI ShiiiinafL-i MiVRMUB IITIl . n .h C Sinffh H atogh. I B u BB rt i rg r n risn It Cat wall ( hu M II -. VI ijoiuslvr* T Oudr. M BUtn J %  .. It m1". T tt.nn>'• I i rq %  If rran..! HI i ny da*t or JaOt. B %  KINM-HI ii C;IU:AVEB. \*enu*. I .. I., i Bt Mtrhnri II II IB— IM III.I4 \OIIM% NOTICE %  OSI A UHMk LOST IIRACEUT 18th Nevarrabor. on Broad giicst. Ogklfcd SUM: ( li.nn Bracsbrl. ..i wllh pink i.nai Flnd4 •.dvoosta AdvertiaUii offlcr. McOrogor *il Hravayd offcrad IB II SI-I i. dti will be ir warded fay art .A %  %  -.* ipt II II U lr WATCU-On I7th night ulhtun* Ro..t. Hmid in lh< .itlonal Bu. Iti.il' i.iuit.i. %  ... v Dcpt II 11 "* LTD. LAND FOR SALE A lew choice house spots to the South West of the Hocklfv Grit Club, idjol ing Golf Club Road, on bus route to town. These spots look across the Golf Course on one si ~ and over Blue Waters to itBckl.y Bay on the other. Though you may not wish to build Immediately, the purchnse of one of these tpota Is a good investment. Full particulars from— The Secretary, Rockley Golf & Country Club. COOPER'S AERSOI. FI.YSPRAYS an .I.'PI quick dsalh to Fliaa. Maaqultoat C'-ckrossb. OMalubla from all lasdl'.iL Stiarsa In two aUss 11 or W.. I sua m. ID. i NVTTB Alimnid* Walt.nl. In .hall Pr %  I Salted nuU In Tina an U W M FORD. M. R.* %  nek Bt DUI MSB IB II -*. I ll % %  i .. plu.h .. .n.iiiand Ui i al.i..bl* tonic %  ,> II > i on s\i i: MISC EL1.ANEOUS K -i>lul IOIT To Aoprove L< v uv<* Passages Potit|M>iH'd The HouM ol day post|i • %  ..I ti'i entitled "Th Ubllarunmt i,l*av € Pasr. II. G. Cummins (1.) said ;.iiio n along with ithers, "< T % %  %  • ol I*u4 Tuesday in the House. He rr-i 1 ,n.ls Of RkBRlbfBal (OT .,iraton for tin nwVACANT POM Government Printer, ( %  ovrnmenl Printing OsRee Si \in.rnl AW" poal of Governmdr.t Pumer P urai I i 'ttne. s\ VtBeasjt, 2 T '" :.i(Mi using bv annual imrrernenis of 172 t.. |1.( „„, Tog pu.ni m the BsUBry Huh the SUcceSBful cBiKlitlale will I* appointed wUPd^psBwl i-iincBtitrtiB and .,. ulll %  uamawj LhsjB $417.14 per annum is payable. . 3 T e %  PP*"" 1 "" : -.ill br subject to the Colonial Regulatioiu. and the GeTefraJ Orders and Pinam-ial Rule-. i>f the Windward Islands in fone for the time being. ma passage to St. Vlnct nt will be provided for the officer hi* wife and children, not exceeding five persons in all. 5. Government t4uarter are not provided. 6. The Government Printer is responsible, ti.tough the Governtn the AdmUuBU IUM for the discipline and tht legul.r and csrovrly cool lha work relating to the Government mnttng Oltk-e; Bad for the regular and continuous employ[ menl of the employees undei 7. 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Do not nagUci Knight', ltd IB II SB % %  WEETABIX — Ftajal .alUble John F Hiitaon Lid DMnbutora. IB II SB, In ItelNGCdUunS LONDON. Tristan da Cunrui, lonely outpost of the Co ion wealth rising like Btne tiny moie-hiU out of the Dstncss u f the South Atlantic, is proud possessor of I [Bjcort] Ui* 'Ulci t. intone' can 'HA. '. PCM 1.:. Tristan crime is virtually un%  ii' it. Tlte 270 inhabiUnts live a implo Ufa, To igrga dtgrag tin. te self-supporting, trowing much f their own food und muklng 'hen own cktlhcs. Money, therefore, etas little v.ilu..ind because of this many of lha %  riBM ivhltta %  bntdi ai'i.'.kn-.w 1 No |,.,iu.-en patrol the I '/mil iM9, when the Tnst.oi u.. jnha Development Corporation niie Into being, there was no regular employment for the Island's labour force. But even the incentive to earn wages to puriha*c ov cities guch s gramophones iiiioni—sold through the islands non-profit making canteen nt inducenifni lo promote a six-dy working week, The islanders work for •he Fishliifccompany which is nirl of the Development CorpornT 111 t.ke time off t 1 %  .I pursuits sucl liotato cultivation and egg and itird collecting 'Die story of Tristan da Cunha I told in the Colonial Annual 'tcport for St Helenn. ,.f which I 1 1 deiiendcm-' st llelei..,. whlcli h,v been an rtts sfl t s tl pOB)BBBBuOn -ilnce 1673. IS probably best known even today iMicatirae of Nnpoleon'* imprisonHcnt there fouowInK hfs defeat Moo in ISIS. He llve.1 on Bt Helena until his loath on May 4. 1821. Not until 19 years later did the French Frigate La Belle Poule. witli the I'rincc of JotnvlUe on board, arrive lo remove hiremains to France. Today, on the site of the i evidence specially built for Napoleon. stands a new government oairy A herd of Ayrshire cuttle provides an important source of milk, and the first progeny of these cows have now reached the breeding stage. They recently began) calving. SI. Helena, unlike Tristan da i Cunha does not boast a crime free record, but even so, crnm I very low figure. There wenonly 17 cages tried in the St. MelSupreme Court during the ten year period ending 1961; six of them were for nheep stealing. —L.R.8. _>eBeee>eeseiaeeeisee*e>B S. "BUHMOUNT" S S, PHILOSOPHER" rinses In Barbados London 21st Nov. London 22nd Nov. For further Information apply to DA COSTA & CO. LTD. — AsenH DEARWOOD will be arriving ai Barbados on MONDAY 24th November and will be sailini on WEDNFHDAV 26lh November, for St. I in i. Vincent. Grenada. 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    PACE 11 N n.VRBAHOS ADVOCATt WEDNESDAY'. NOVEMBER 19, 1*52 Randolph Turpin Needs More Fights Ln impiV&ivG {gainst \ngvlo R. oncm RAH to to i the boxinu r* nth: I> MM conclusion to (M %  %  I %  .riBht %  it'ht ill llarringav 1 I :i '! point*. lh.it when mting room 1*11 II %  %  EhtfUnff Nlfdw-hammnnlh* Cocki I! intu %  PI twice %  the lirunacuus by their %  10 rx-at AnaifcB, bill MM %  upon to produce them, hiwould nJing III-IV r.n • %  %  0 t>ln\> i aughl up with the baek%  t •• . r did I it* the ihe py-o(T %  i.: %  I oateni to |. i.it him 1 ikina sting. lain for .ill to re thai Britten champion i oul of %  fortunate in %  o good, opponent* %  ;ifflcult lo find. Buno mu*t, or run the i rUrthei down the ir Ray Robmut-h Ponton when thrv %  their he only thinf to uccent ,u eomwi Si* time* in W months 1 1 ireodad hi* title. I :<6 riRhu in two I period IMS 001 hive to much but nt least It n trim. r reached the top I fighting. The %  e world Robinson he had a \ll were won .mil when he imp against llobinH Tinnay In July last peak. lie nil like a | i %  Ikifuj lightning. I blows .it every nppor| thr I1U tW'i I i had only <"(hi. he wan engaged in %  nd lookc'l ;is i Tun>in as a hick hk" n thoroughbred raee4 the smooth. machine, we ii craalo Then. In his nc*xt two fights. French criiiBer-weignt chaffl Hairubedian. (hi British and Empire 'o kell. m saw r, %  i ii' hlnfl with all his old iwwrr After Halrahehad street Hid Coekell. when the %  much tK"tet shape. |. against men I .loved ...: itU) itvnamite in Tur-' i bill dirt not 't hiF -•kill. His opponenU md rtow to cov.r m %  % %  lime more nan p" ,r I urth *flhf n it.' hroades igafnit Auirelo. Every boxing fm In Britain %  get %  ehanca io rtg i Utto But the Turpin that can do thut mmi I %  .... % %  i i-. %  fights lights. W4.IIO lUlh-l'IIMUlS South Africans Are Serious Cricketers Australian -.port* writers an' oubb.ng the Springboks even more POrloUl in their OOtlODk towards cricket than the Australian Test men Sydney "Sun's" Dick PciUuat>n warns Australian spectators not to be surprised m the matches ahead, If the Springboks openers on their way to the wickets sud. I lit) i.i'ii the,i bat* and do a do/,!, physical jerks. He write? hha> never known a more; physically-minded lot of sportsmen, saylnr the only place they don't do Jerks ,< m the bar. which most of them do not frequent, anyway In the Sydney "Telegraph". Arthur Mailey says thonly thing which the Springboks >< sterdi.y took lightly in the day' practlee at the University was lunch which was provided under the wag amazed by the solid play against bowling which lcoked pretty harmless He says MelUwill have to improve beyond recognitloi | the Test batsmen and will find CVII the State batsmen NMff, —1..E.8, prob£s UJIM — £auwmi&e USE BOWRANITE AYricoKRtmvf: aum Thr Relenlleaa Ewmv of Ruit The Proved Protector'of Iron ami Steel GOES FARTHEST 1-ASTS LONGEST One gallon will cover 700—1.000 sq. feet, one coal, ted in RED. GREY. BLACK in tins of imperial measure 'PHONE 415* AC.ENYS: WILKINSON & HAYNES CO LTD. THE EXHIBITION IN THIS SHOT the whole aeUon of Ihe Turpin Angelo flglit lsummed up. Th* British Champion ha* coma In at his man with a right cross. Angelo haa back-pedalled nnt of danger but without offering any counter Mow Only once was Turpin able to really catch his man That was in the thirteenth round whan Angelo took a hard light to Uis solar plexus. The bell savad him before Tnrpin had a chance to follow up bis advantage. Tulyar Should £qual Whirlaway's Winnings Racinii Reporter RICHARD BAKRLE1N In America even the top-class horses run far more often llt-ii' do their counterparts in this country. Our topi.tnkim; filly. Bebe Grande, has run more often than is usual for 3uch a high-class racehorse, yet she has been out Cm!? nine times. ,_, „ A. ;i two-year-old the American colt. Whirlaway, ran 16 timewinning races. As g thn-cyear-old. Tulyar has won seven timi', which is quite as often aa any classic winner goes to the As a three-year-old, Whirlaway ran 20 times, winning .-mnng other races thr Kentucky Derby in record time, in addition to the American Derby. He won 10 other races thnt season. As a four-yea r-old Whirlaway won 11 races, apart from a walkover, and was placed 10 times. It was not surprising at the end of this strenuous period that he then gave his trainer a certain amount of trouble. He ran only twice as a five-year-old. Won r.tii.nil Dollar* The total amount of stakes won by Whirlaway was Ml.ltl dollars. The dollar in those days was not .is valuable as the dollar to-day, but, If Tulyar wins all the best races in England and in addition I the Prix de 1'Ai-c de Triomphe. he j could nearly equal this figure at the old rate of exchange. Whirlaway retired lo the stud in 1944 and his offspring have won more than a million and i half dollars in the U.S.A. alone Id' Ii interesting from a Britwri point of view because he is a urn nl the 1930 Derby winner, Blcnnetm, whom the Ago Khan sold to Amenc. Last year Whirlaway came over lo stand at M Marcel H-mssac's stud In France. M. Boussnc f wanted to Introduce some fresh blood and he obtained the lpossible American stallion. Iln II %  -• %  .ii 's Ijran Time M Bcajgnc has never had such a lean acaton with his two-yearolds in this country and in a few years time he may well be Klad hi broulht this stallion over this (tnihtry Whirlaway*! For real reflet from rheumatic parna it is %  saintiet to co r i a ct usnr caase. Wbeo (key are due to the accamulatton c( bodily impunuea. it meaBS that yessf which should balp to aJtar ai impunbca tue aJuggish and need median* to tone them no De WiR'a Pills art specuUly prepsued tor this very purpose. / They have a c iaaa awa aod / aatiseptK acuoo oo Ui* kidneys. 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Lack of funds may make it impossible for Britain to i-end a team lo the United Slates ni'\! vr.u Mi.' inference to be drawn fi'Mii ;i n appeal made by the championship committee ot the It and A to approximately 2,000 naOW should be kept to the fi golf clubs In the British Isles until the Boussuc offspring arriv IIHJlMM CO\Tt\Gh\T The appeal asks for a contribuby Mr. William Woodward** twotlcn to help in the txpensc of year-old, Twirlcr. who made sucf sending the British team aeros* u promising first appearance whei the Atlantic in 1953 winning at Newmarket. Tenter's next outing is llkel The committee aJloeatad tl.,n to be in the Dewhurst Stakes ove from the Amateur Championship seven furlongs at Newmarket. m From Page 1 H .1 R Kyruurton Ut. Abdul Jawad Has%  Honourable htC R4J Urn. C.B.E., Mr. A. P. Ra)ah. In Tangunyika the Legislature %  ,igied that a party of 12 other representutiv 1 .ittend the Coiofund for the latt Walker tup natch and they hope to con. list, inti; illy next year. 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    For the cause that lacks assistance,
    ‘Gainst the wrongs that need resistance,
    For the future in the distance,

    And the good that I can do.

    Mr. Truman

    President Reveals
    Foreign Aid Activities
    By ARTHUR OLSEN

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 17.

    President Truman reporting to Congress Tuesday on|
    foreign aid operfiions during the first half of 1952 an-
    nounced a “clear and heartening trend to greater security
    | and greater prospects for human progress” among the

    nations of the free world.

    Enough progress against the
    threat of Communist aggression and
    worldwide economic chaos was
    made during the six months end
    last June 30 to JuStify “cautious|
    optimism”, the President



    Indian
    Proposal

    UNITED NATIONS, New York,

    Noy, 18.
    The Indian proposal to end the
    Korean war on a formula under-
    stood to have the blessings of
    Communist China seemed headed
    for major revision today to meet
    United States objections. An eight-
    nation group set about trying to
    reconcile ‘the Indian proposal
    which was put formally before the
    United Nations yesterday with a



    sured.”—U.P.

    U.S. Firms Invest
    Abroad Mainly
    To Make Money

    NEW YORK, Nov. 18..

    An American businessman told
    foreign trade experts on Tuesday ,
    that U.S. firms invest abroad
    mainly to make money and will

    United States and 20 other coun-
    tries. The United States is stand-
    ing firm on its demand that there
    be no use of force to make prison-

    said. |

    He said “many of the major =
    ers of war return to their home-
    lands after a ceasefire. The Indian

    of the six months under review
    : recommends establish-

    had been difficult.
    jment of a five-member Commis-

    The President said in a 30,000
    word report “Deliveries of Ameri-

    | sion to take jurisdiction over all
    prisoners of war in demilitarized

    can military equipment to Europe
    fell below earlier expectations.
    The period of military conscrip-
    tion in some European. countries

    ‘zones. Those electing to go home
    would be repatriated. The prob-
    lem of those who resisted repatria-
    tion would be turned over after a

    was levs than had been hoped for.
    Some areas of the world were in
    a state of acute unrest and prob-
    lems of underdeveloped areas re-
    mained formidable. The ultimate

    u 90-day period to a Political Con-
    do so where “the general invest- ference on Far Eastern Affairs al-
    ment climate is most attractive.” ; ready provided for in the tentative
    Jack L. Camp vice-president of truce plan agreed upon at Pan-
    the International Harvester Ex-| munjom.—wU:P.

    success of certain crucial steps —
    port Company added “you would
    State Workers





    such as ratification of the treat:
    to create a European defence
    community — is not yet fully as-
    be surprised how many people
    in this world apparently do not
    understand that fact.”

    Speaking at the National G O S ik
    Foreign Trade Convention, Camp oO n \ tr e
    said “our government may ,
    give as reasons for its foreign ROME, Nov, 18.

    | aid programme such things as, State white collar workers of the
    helping underprivileged people,!Finance and Treasury Ministries
    assisting good neighbours, stamp-: went on a 24 hour strike through-
    ing out Communism and so forth.-out Italy in demand for higher
    Much as we approve of these; wages, The strike is sponsored by
    objectives never forget that when! poth the Communist-led General
    you or I put our hard earned|Confederation of Labour and the
    money into a proposition other; non-Communist C.1.S.L. organisa-

    er
    than charity we want the assur='tion. Workers at Genoa . said
    ;they would not strike however.

    ance that the principal can .be

    recovered if we so desire and) Premier Alcide de Gasperi

    that there will be a reasonable personally . appealed to workers

    return in the form of profits and!jast night to continue work

    dividends. while Parliament examined
    “During the session on foreign , demands for wage in-

    investments, Camp listed the | creeses. Workers claim the cost of

    following as “basic” requirements | living since the war has increased

    for foreign investment; (1) “as-| py 46 times while salaries of State

    surance against confiscation and employees have increased only 44

    expropriation of the original | times. —U.P.

    investment, accumulated profits

    and profits put back into busi- ‘

    ness.” Egyptians Want

    2 “Assurance that if the invest- fr
    ment is liquidated at some future Arms Not Rings
    CAIRO, Nov, 18.

    date, proceeds in local money
    could be converted to dollars and
    returned to the United States.” Married Egyptian army. officers
    —U.P. | showed Monday night they would
    rather have equipment than their
    wedding rings. After a lecture
    to a group of officers a guest sug-
    gested that each donate his wed-
    ding ring for the purchase of
    arms and equipment. While the
    married personnel stripped off
    their rings, unmarried officers
    shelled out the equivalent amount
    in cash. 3
    can said the publisher is sched- Premier Mohammed Naguib
    uled to visit Honolulu, Tokyo,) said he would donate all the
    Formosa, Hong Kong and | money he happened to have with
    Manila. him—one pound. —U?P.

    O.CHINA

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    Touring Far East

    SAN FRANCISCO, Nov. 18,
    Henry R. Luce publisher of
    Time and Life Magazines left
    here aboard a Pan American
    Clipper Monday for three weeks’
    tour of the Far East. Pan Ameri-

    —UP.

    REINFORCEMENTS FOR IND



    AT AN OPERATIONAL COMMAND POST, French War
    M. de Chevigne (top) personally takes over new military problems
    faced in Indo-China. He was on hand to watch the arrival by air of
    French reinforcements (bottom). ‘T’he war sitnation in ma sy sections
    has been growing critical as Commmnist-led forces make waine
    (international)

    flecretary

    U.N. Revise

    peace resolution sponsored by the |

    PHavbados

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    (From Our Own Correspondent)
    LONDON, Nov. 17.

    Mr. Simon J. Vos, Chairman of
    (Toeeoe Leaseholds the Empire
    oil producer, this morning turns
    in record profits of £6,258,000, a
    jump of £1,530,000,
    | Shareholders will not jump for
    oy, for their dividend j I;
    ioe per cert. here Os
    hepetuls expecting more,

    As usual most of the profit
    goes down the taxation drain —
    with £1,000,000 more that Way at







    £4,047,000. Compare that with
    the £2,073,000 mite that share-
    oolders get,

    Leaseholds have big expansion
    plans on hand — so — no doubt
    they need all the money they
    can scrape up. |

    pecan



    Engine Drops
    | Off Plane

    ; BiLLINGS, Montana, Nov, i8.

    | United States Airforce investi-
    j8ators said eight of sixteen men
    aboard a Cliy transport were
    killed when one engine dropped
    off the big stumpy “Flying ox-
    car.” The other eight were carr ied
    or crawled out of the crumpled ;
    aircraft alive after it slammed into
    a creek bank and burned ten
    miles northeast of here yesterday. |
    The official investigation disclosed |
    that one of the plane’s propellers !
    fell off then one of its two ae



    plummeted to the ground shortly
    after. The transport, which carried
    five crewmen and eleven passen-
    gers was enroute from manoeuvres
    in Alaska to Greenville, South
    Carolina. It landed briefly at
    Great Falls, Montana early in the
    day.

    The C119 was the fourth plane
    of its type to crash or disappear
    within eleven days. The Airforce
    in Washington said its C119’s
    would be grounded until investi-
    gations disclosed the “pattern of
    mechanical failure” among those
    which cracked up recently, The
    names of the dead were withheld
    pending notification of next of kin,

    —UP.

    Barracuda
    Ate Scientist |

    MEXICO CITY, Nov. i8.





    Mexican and Cuban Press re-|Comptroller for Development and |

    ports indicated that at least one |
    of seven scientists and nurses who}
    disappeared on a cruise off the}
    Gulf coast of Tecolutra, Mexico,'
    one month ago yesterday met a
    gruesome fate—devoured by a
    giant man-eating barracuda. Re~
    ports said Luis Ruiz Bairlet, 15,
    {and two other Cuban fishermen
    lcaught the barracuda off the
    |southern coast of Cuba, When Luis
    ‘cut open the belly of the fish he
    found a gold wrist watch bearing:
    the initials R.G.E., plus a ring and
    a gold button. They are believed
    to be the possessions of Dr. Raul
    Gonalez noted Mexican Psychia-
    trist and leader of a half business
    half vacation party of Latin
    American scientists who dropped
    out of sight during a Gulf os.
    —U-P.

    Elections
    BONN, Nov. 18. |
    An overwhelming majority of;
    the West German Parliament
    voted to-day for a_ resolution
    condemning the November 30

    | Saar elections. The resolution
    declared this State will never





    recognize any ‘government re-
    sulting from the election as a!
    legitimate spokesman for the
    Saar, |

    Only 14 Communist Deputies
    ;opposed and they were loudly)
    | booed. -, —UP.





    French Govt. Back
    U.N. Delegates ,

    PARIS, Nov. 18. |

    The French Government is
    strongly backing up the stand
    taken on North Africa by Foreign
    Minister Robert Schuman and
    the French delegation before the
    U.N. To strengthen France’s posi-
    tion Prime Minister Antoine
    Pinay’s office of technical publi-!
    cations issued the facts and
    {figures on French administration
    | there.

    The Office said that except for
    the Berbers. of the, Moroccan
    Mountains there is no unity of
    race in North Africa, the only
    form of unity being the Moham-
    medan religion. In Algeria and
    Tunisia the Berbers ahd Arabs
    have intermarried to such an ex-
    tent that the two individual races











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    BARBADOS DELEGATES to thé R.E.O. meeting in Jamaica leavin
    ing with Professor C. G. Beasley (extreme .
    Others in the
    Walcott, M.C.P. They were alsé acco: anied b
    act as Clerk to the Conference. *% ng e

    Delegates
    Leave For
    REC Talks

    SEAWELL, Nov. 18.—Mr. G,
    HH. Adams, C.M.G., M.C.P., left
    yesterday morning by B.W.LA.
    for Jamaica to attend the Fifth
    Meeting of the Regional Economie
    Committee, after which he wil
    be going to London for the Com-~
    monwealth Economie Conference,

    Accompanying him as Advisers
    were Sir John Saint, Director. of
    the Sugar Technology Laboratory
    at. Edghill House, St. Thomas, and
    Mr, F. L, Walcott, M,.C.P., both
    of whom will be attending as Ad-
    n Con-
    ference which ‘will take place
    after the R.E.C. Meeting at
    Montego Bay.

    Also leaving for Jamaica yes-
    terday to attend the R.E.C. Meet-
    ing was Professor. C. G. Beasley,
    C.M.G., Ecqnomic Adviser to the

    Welfare and Mrs, K. E. Walcott
    of the Development and Weifare
    Organisation.

    Mr. F. E Miller, M.C.P. who
    will be attending the West Indian
    Conference as an Adviser, expecta
    to leave later in the week for Ja-
    maica.

    ‘Ghost’ Laid
    Ghost’ Lai
    PITTSBURGH,

    PENNSYLVANIA, Nov. 18.

    The flick of an _ electric
    switch and the ghost which
    “haunted” Frank Dorren-
    bacher’s home for 15 years
    disappeared Monday night.

    Each night as soon as
    darkness descended the
    shadow of a “ghost lady” ap-
    peared on the wall opposite
    Dorrenbacher’s back porch.
    But with the dawn the ghost
    slipped away.

    Sometimes the ghost flick-
    ered on the wall—but most
    of the time “she” remained
    still with her head bowed.
    The “ghost lady” was not a
    spirit, but the shadow from
    the bent reflector of a street
    light.

    But that did not put down
    strange tales whispered by
    neighbours, “Somebody be-
    gan saying it was the ghost
    of a woman who had hanged
    herself a century ago” Dor-
    renbacher said. “Others said
    it was a lady who shot her-
    self.”

    Crowds began gathering
    on the back porch to sec the
    “ghost”. Police gave Dorren-
    bacher . blank J. when
    he complained. pa,
    bacher called the Utility
    Company who turned off the
    light and promised to instal!
    a@ new reflector, “I got my
    first good night of sleep in
    four months last night”
    Dorrenbacher said.—U.P.





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    right), Chairman of the meeting.
    ; O.M.G, Mr. G. H, Adams,
    Mrs. Margaret Walcott, of ©.

    SEOUL, Nov, 18.
    tanks and artillery blasted ap-

    idge” as Chinese poured in reinforce ‘cain oes rere: > {
    4 . ‘ pac Htal central) | Smiling, bareheaded, xs sen- |
    ents apparently for another assault on the vital central | hower thanked the crowd for him-|
    self and Mrs, Eisenhower,
    delighted to be here,” he said,

    ent Victor Kendrick said ve

    sorties, dropping tons of explosives and twenty tanks of

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    ng napalm in ‘a seven hours’ attack.

    US, artillery co-ordinated’ fire
    with relays of fighter bombers
    throwing thousands of, rounds -of
    shells into attack routes leading
    to the crest of Sniper Ridge and}
    into the maze of tunnels and
    caves on “The Yoke" a Red held |

    | position. |

    JERUSALEM, Nov. 18.

    A platoon of U.S, tanks}
    crunched across the frozen fields



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    earlier had been that there would
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    Rainfall from Codrington: 40 in

    Total Rainfall for month to date: 1.92 ins
    Highest Temperature: 82.5 -F

    Lowest Temperature: 172.5 °F.

    Wind Velocity 6 miles per hour
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    | A.E.C. Will , Review

    H-Bomb Picture

    WASHINGTON, Nov. 18.
    Senator Bourke B. Hickenlooper ranking Republican
    member on the Congressional Atomic Energy Committee
    said that bédy will “review the entire hydrogen picture”
    with special attention to “security slips that may have
    occurred” in recent H-bomb tests

    Sen. Hickenlooper, prospective
    Pres. Elect

    ‘hairman of the Committee told
    4 newsmen “we are ahead ef the

    Communists in this fim, com-
    a petition for nuclear power—-a
    s competition which they have

    forced upon us.” He said “before
    hey think about waeing an ag-
    gressive war they had best stop,








    isiting

    \ ”
    Mr | ru él look and listen,”
    , m fi Dr. Jules Halpern, - Chairman
    5 of the Federation of American

    WASHINGTON, Nov, 18.
    Mr Dwight D. Eisenhower,
    President-elect drove to the Whit.

    Scientists hinted that the hydro-
    gen-bombs is only the forerunner
    of of

    : ree 5 capable even
    House from the airport today r ¥ aS i veer af fi
    Cheering hundreds of thousands |8°@2te! Ss aprryie ag on wt4
    5 ANGE 7 2, i org “Sommission’s

    lined the streets, Smiling, bare Bomnic RAAT SY; Ver

    historic announcement of H-bomb
    tests “is a grim reminder to the
    world that a way must be found
    ts prevent use of these and even
    more potent weapons to come.”

    Sen, Hickenlooper made his
    statement shortly after government
    officials revealed that investiga-

    Preliminary to his conferences|tions are underway throughout
    with Mr. Eisenhower, Mr, Truman |the H-bomb Task Force in the
    held a 20-minute conference with| Pacific to determine if restricted
    budget director Frederick Lawton | lata have been revealed. Author-
    and a longer huddle with Secre-|ities expressed concern about the
    tary of State Dean Acheson, Secre-| iow of “eyewitness letters” from
    tary of Defence Robert Lovett,!Eniwetok describing what writers

    headed, My. Eisenhower told the
    airport, crowd that “this is strictly
    a business trip.” In a couple of
    hours, he said, he would be taking
    off for New York. He said he and
    “Mamie” expect to be back here
    somewhere near January 20 which
    is Inauguration Day.

    Secretary of Treasury John Sny-|—mostly junior officers and en-
    der, and Mutual Security Chief | listed men—called history’s first
    Averell Harriman, At: the last| Hydrogen bomb explosion.

    minute Acting White House Presi- |
    dential Secretary Roger Tubby |
    aid one photographer would be |
    permitted to take a pool picture |
    the President and President-
    the White House, Word |

    —UP.

    Protection For

    Mr. Eisenhower

    PUSAN, Nev. 18.

    Airport ceremonies were brief,|, 4Vout 400 well screened Scuth
    Korean Secret Servicemen and
    Police will be assigned to protect
    Mr, Eisenhower, said the South
    Korean President in Seoul today



    “We are
    be |

    am a little bit surprised by this|}when the American President
    welcome. This is strictly a business | visits Korea. The National Police
    trip. We will be here just a couple lave taking liberal precautions

    hours, We are going to New| against snipers or “illas.
    York and expect to be back here | igainst. snipers’ or guerillas
    somewhere near January 20,”

    Mr, Eisenhower was accom-
    panied to the White House by his
    two top liaison men with the Tru-
    man administration, Senator Henry
    Cabot Lodge, Junior, and Detroit
    banker James Dodge,

    The President-elect’s open auto-
    mobile from which he waved a
    friendly hand and flashed his fam-

    The South Korean government
    is expected to welcome Mr, Eisen-
    hower at Seoul, About one third of
    the Central Government officials
    |weré moved to Seoul this week
    from Pusan, The date of Mr.
    Kisenhower’s visit « not —



    Sim



    ; and rice paddies to add point eat: ede nes stimated ¢

    |; been urged by. highl laced] |.. rp : ,} ous wide grin at crowds estimatec “gy , .
    Israel authorities to Cairn. a{ lank high velocity fire to the | by Washington police chief Robert i Canada 8 Oil
    candidate for the President of ee as ren Zowee. ken | Murray at “close to half a mil- a ' .
    Israel ‘and his reply is now being|G™CK _ Sat e e uNauP | lion” entered the White House ,

    nwaited, authoritative nemsources ae early today and had all} grounds at 6,47 p.m, G.M.T. Mr. future Bright
    lisclosed. ndications of an impending | Kisenhower was escorted into Mr, As Satcdata .
    : Womindtions for the new Presi-!"human sea" night attack. He|‘truman’s office at 6.51 p.m. isuoar autne icentine, oi
    dent to succeed the late Dr.|S%d numerous small groups of |G.M,T,—9 minutes ahead of sche- Future Bright’ has been pre-
    Chaim Weizmann must be sub-|COmMmunist up to compan | dule UP. r



    mitted by November 28, Knesset
    | (Parliament) will elect the new |
    president on December eight. A
    cable to Professor Einstein asking!

    if he would be prepared to ac-|

    cept the presidency was sent four
    days ago.

    f, An official said that Premier
    Ben Gurion was not the one who
    had taken the initiative in back-
    ing Professor Einstein, but made
    it clear that Mr. Ben Gurion was
    not opposed to Professor Ein-
    | stein’s candidacy,

    Government circles axe inclined
    to doubt that the Professor would
    be willing to accept the Presi-
    dency and abandon his scientific
    work at Princeton University, but
    he unquestionably would be wel-

    } comed by political parties from
    the right to the left wing.
    —U.P.

    | Soviet Press
    | Ignore H-Bomb

    | MOSCOW, Nov, 18.

    | News of the United States Hy-
    drogen bomb test has not yet been
    published in the Rusgian. Press.
    Ever since Hiroshima, the Soviet
    position was that no atomic or
    other weapon can long remain any
    country’s monopoly. Since the ex-
    ‘lesion of the first Soviet bomb in
    1948 the position has been that the
    ‘Soviet Union has and will con-
    tinue to make atomic weapons a‘
    long as it is necessary,

    | It is also part of the general So-
    viet military doctrine that no single
    weapon can be decisive in modern
    |warfare. This Stalinists theory
    finds frequent expression in the
    Soviet Press.—U.P.





    _ ‘Daped”’ Reds Attack
    Franco- Vietnam Column

    HAN!
    VIETMINH Communis
    and whiskey according to







    OI, INDO-CHINA, Nov. 18.
    t storm troops doped on rice

    ‘rench officials Tuesday fanati





    strength (800 men) were sightell |
    in draws and gullies flanking the |
    northern end of Sniper Ridge,
    MIG 15 Shot Down

    In the air a W.N, pilot shot
    down one M.L.G, 15 jet fighter.
    ;Counter attacking South Korean |
    infantrymen drove a company of |
    | Chinese from the rocky point pin-
    {nacle of “Little Pinger Ridge” |
    running Eastward from “Sniper |
    Ridge” shortly after noon today, |

    The Red attack reopened the
    month old battle for Sniper
    Ridge after a 24 hour “little



    armistice.’ During that time big
    guns of both sides fired earth
    shaking volleys at each other in
    a tremendous artillery duel,
    U.S. guns caught an estimated |
    700 Chinese reinforcements mov-'
    ing towards “The Yoke” yester- |
    day plastering the area with!
    heavy concentrations and forcing
    Reds to take cover, A cold wave
    swept the entire front and slowed |
    fighting on the western and
    central sectors. Troops took ghel-|
    ter in winter bunkers, j
    U.P.



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    Free Parliament
    » « + .
    Promtised Syria

    DAMASCUS, Nov, 18.
    Colonel Adib Shashakli who}
    led the Syrian coup last De-
    cember, said here to-day that he
    would soon restore Free Parlia-
    mentary rule, i
    Syria has been without a Par-|
    liament since the Coup. The |
    Colonel and Fawzi Selo (Premier) }
    said “I do not want to rule the |
    country in a dictatorial way.”
    Colonel Shashakli told a visiting
    Yugoslav press delegation that
    the Syrian people and army are
    democrats,”







    —UP,

    | WILL DUKE OF WINDSOR
    ATTEND. CORONATION ?

    LONDON, Nov, 18.
    Visits by the Duke of Windsor
    with all top members of Britain’s
    Royal Family and with Prime
    Minister Churchill indicated that|
    the former King was sounding out |





    ine 4 - . their wishes on his coming to)
    have become indistinguishable. cally attacked the tail of a long Franco-Vietnam column Queen Elizabeth’s Coronation next |
    oP. apne back from its 45-mile probe into enemy territory, |spring with his Duchess. The!
    n official communique saidjminh guerillas only 40 miles|Duke will lunch Thursday at
    TV Ss s “doped” Red commandos charged |north of Saigon sprang back into'Buckingham Palace with the
    itations against a hail of fire onto tanks|action today in two of the Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh |
    Ee, and armoured cars covering the|sharpest patrol clashes of recent it Was announced. Yesterday he!
    E GUATEMALA, Nov. 18. {withdrawing column and set fire|months. had tea with the Queen Mother]
    The Guatemalan _ Ministry of|to “several”, Twenty-one Vietnam comman-! Elizabeth widow of King George}
    Communications said yesterday dos were killed arid five wounded VI and this afternoon wa he-;
    that Government will begin is-] It said incensed Communists when Guerillas ambushed them.'duled to call on Mr. Churchill at}
    suing licences _within a year forjleft hundreds of their dead along}In the wild melee-that followed Number 10 Downing Street, The
    the construction of television |the mile long stretch of Colonial | Vietminhs left 13 dead on the Duke of Windsor has been staving
    station: Ministry officials said) Route Two, over which a bloody| field before they fled. N two at Marlbor h House with his 85}
    jthey hope Guatemala eventually|five hour battle wags fought,| Vietnam soldiers were nd year-old he Q M
    \Â¥ ill be television link from)|Losses to the withdrawing French/12 wounded hen :
    i nd Mexico t Argentina umn were “serious’, guerill taged a iTpr
    i —C.P Meanwhile Communist Viet-|ig ps U.P Us
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    presented at the Paradise Tyansport Company, Indian Association, whose presi- Spent Three Monthe : dues etimbortantd ay ae ma Aship bo,

    Club by the Rockley golfers on ‘The. bride who was given in dent is Mr. Carl Worrell, pga ME". STELLA SINGH, daugh- =rtistry. Advantages wane personal in- Fit and Trim "

    the night of Saturday, December i by her father, looked Spartan player now residing terests, the arts religion.

    jon ee put under the direc- cparening in a ‘atias of French Aruba, Mr. Worrell is employed Suignah ob Chita feed on FEBRUARY 21 to MARCH 20 (Pisces) fromCoast toCoast!
    ona G. Daysh, former com- 14.6, made with close fitting bodice With the British Consulate. ea to Trinidad by B.W.LA, over —Some slow spots but day is for ad-

    matideér in the British Royal Navy, d full skirt. Th her hand she . The large audience attetding Y BW teh, vancement in all worth-while endeavours. Goingplacesoron busi.

    master of Mapps in St, Philip, an @” ee bobheand . tunch the performance was thrilled with ‘Me week-end after spending three j7ciitny sports, learning, teaching, médi-

    enthusiastic golfer and an expert- carried a prayer book and a bunch Launie’s jokes and dances, which months’ holiday with her rela- cine, nursing, have fresh impetus. ness bent; air-minded

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    Dante re penn) - grins A reception was afterwards married to a Dutch wornan, afid Capea OC, ‘alge Guid abaihst h li bee ae
    bar, put Mrs. leach Vitener to held atthe home of the bride’s declared that When He tells His Mi Re comineering, thinking pour wey slwazs the cooling so

    work on arranging decorations, Parents, attended by two hundred children to bring any thing to kim ; chey ooney detore nave Bie, Sata Ban Us. “4211” Genuine Eau de




    drafted Mrs. Kat ypy, guests. Among Barbadians present in English they bring it in Dutch! < - Gate: Sah. Absa
    gut our 2 ee, ee were Mr. Harcouft Pilgrim (who Another Barbadian on the pro Marties Again Pres; Count Ferd.

    of circus scenes, and sent Mrs. presided at the organ at the church gramme who delighted the audi+ engineer, completer of the Suez onal,
    Keelah King and Mts. Brenda ceremony), Mrs. Olive Bailey, ence was Mr. Alphonzo Weekes, LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Nov. 18.
    Wilson to the kitchen where théy Mr. and Mrs, St. A. Weekes and formerly of the Barbados Police Mickey Rooney eloped with a

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    are practicing cooking the tastiest Mr. Fred Parris. Band. Mr. Weekes gave two de- Seer red haired model Tues- What? Aj in! Let it reftesh you, too
    hamburgers and most succulent Mr. and Mrs. Batson were the jightful numbers on the clarinet d fRy iS wuirwind ‘co announced that ® de bove” and
    eee al produced for public recipients of an exceedingly and gained thunderous applause hls he ae courtship of ee a up above oD
    umpt! large assortment of beautiful and from the audience. ‘our ui a By EPHRAIM HARDCASTLE
    Intransit expensive gifts. The function was staged for the otaubtines for flee Se The pint " the ground
    R. and Mrs. J. E. Date were"! Fi de purpose of raising funds to send sized Rooney married early Tues- LONDON.
    among the passengers ar-! ‘or Xmas Holidays a sick West Indian to Jamaica for day to 22-year-old Elaine Mahin- MY condolences to Billy Wal-
    riving here on Saturday by the he Medical treatment. lace, As an eminently eligible
    SS, ite from England on hol- R. AUBREY BEST of the ” “It was her second marriage. bachelof, his name is frequéntly
    iday en route to Trinidad. Crime Record Office, Police On Short Visit Rooney siid he met her two linked romantically with some=
    Mr, Date, a cousin of Mr, Pat Headquarters, Trinidad, arrived R. H. C. MEDLAM, a part- months ago. one or other.
    Date, a District Manager of Con- here on Sunday by the S.S. Colom- ner in the London fitm of =U. Prin
    $eestation ig Assurance, M with a %, spend ee eer and errr hehe 9 & oA Ray + sb bow sotlstnn ban goutiiie had hin GV Wt
    sine adeleine Sugar New Year Holidays wit Ss pa- tered ccountan arriv Y y y “
    Bar vents at Station Hill, St. Michael, 8-W1-A. trom ‘Trinidad yester- _ LISTENING HOURS eon to 4 West End actress. 4 é

    iy.
    Also arfiving from England Mp. Best is a brother of Cpl. day morning on a short visit. He | We Rae NOVEMBER 19, na it is the daughter of a noble

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    Mr. G, J. Kerr, a cousin of Dr. ape Mrs. Adams Speaks Service, els mY New Records p.m. haven’t seen the girl for ages. But Yj Vs
    Mrs. Kenn Neale Dee On Holiday E Speaker at the Women’s Higby” League " Footbs -? vin”, Bin, do let me know when you beat
    ier, Dire of ees. N BARBADOS for three weeks’ Club tonight s ae bea at ee ac can net whe the next rumour.” —LE.
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    OC. Oona of the ro holiday are — ameat an, be Mrs. G. H. Adams, Members une: m, Mgottish Magazine, 6.15 p.m. Wi
    ' Son is Horn ala nd be “sitter Cafmniiia a may, bring ee O Round Up and Programme Parade, Tm isdom of the ages GENUINE BLUE & GOLD
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    Commonwealth over we lamented
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    e of our ve atren, Ki:
    George VI. The late king as Pate
    ton took ‘a very lively interest in
    our Movement and his association
    with it will best be remembered
    by the ogtes lustre he gave to the
    ighest dge a Scout can earn—
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    Our loss is rendered less poig-
    nant by the knowledge that we
    now owe allegiance to a young
    Queen, once an active Girl Guide,
    who, as Princess Elizabeth assured
    us in a broadcast that she had al-
    ready dedicated her life to Ser-
    vice for others, She has graciously
    consented to be our new Patron
    and we pledge ourselves to be co»
    workers with her in the cause of
    righteousness, peace and goodwill,

    Pioneers

    As Scouts who helped to blaze
    the trail in the Mother Country
    were called home during the year
    so in our Branch we lost two of

    mal bowel action. our -pioneers. On January 30th
    Archdeacon Shankland after a long
    and trying illness departed this
    life. Alfred Shankland was al-

    ‘vays proud of the fact that he was
    ene of our earliest Scoutmasters.
    He' started the 3rd Barbados Troop
    at St. Michael’s Cathedral in No-
    vember 1913 while he was Curate
    there. His interest in Scouting
    never waned and his most inspir-
    ing addresses at our St. George’s
    Day Church Parades when he was
    Dean of the Cathedral will ever be
    remembered, He waga dear friend
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    whom he spent days under canvas
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    On February 8th the Rev, A. J.
    Cocks was called to higher service.

    r, Cocks was an ideal Scout, liv-
    ng and practising the Scout life.
    After serving the Movement in St,
    Vincent he came to Barbados
    where he soon became Assistant
    Commissioner for Christ Church
    and St. Philip. For many years he
    lectured to the Rover Scouts of the
    Rawle Training Institute sowing
    seeds there which germinated in
    many other islands of the Carib-
    bean. On the death of Mr. G. B. R.
    Burton, our first Honorary Secre-
    tary, . Cocks was appointed to
    the vacancy, It was in this office,
    perhaps, that he made his atest
    contribution to Scouting. e was
    the ideal Secretary. Methodical,
    and thorough his records, statis-
    tics and knowledge of method and
    jure were of immense value
    successive Commissioners and
    Secretaries, He maintained his, in-
    terest in the Movement alnfost to
    the day of his death.

    Remarkable Y:

    The year under review has been
    remarkable for many ee
    events, The Branch was honoure:
    with a visit from the Chief Scout
    of the Empire and Commonwealth,
    the Lord Rowallan, K.B.E., M.C.,
    T.D. The Chief Scout spent a
    week with us, from 11th to 17th
    February, Owing to Court Mourn-
    ing activities were rather subdued.
    A Rally and a Camp Fire were
    held in his honour but thes were
    not very impressive on account of
    the relatively small number at-
    tending in contrast with the num-
    bers reported in our Census Re-
    turns. Opportunity was afforded
    the Chief to meet a cross section
    of the community at Government
    House and to address the First and
    Second Grade Schools, the Cham-
    ber of Commerce and the Girl
    Guides. He also met members of
    Local Associations at Cod on
    College and St. James ed
    School. At a meeting of Commis-
    sioners he invested two and pre-
    sented Warrants to all—this issue
    of Warrants being due to the re-
    organisation of the Branch.

    Perhaps the event of his visit
    i impressed hin: most was the
    Wolf Cub Rally at Harrison Col-
    lege at which he was presented
    with an Address and a Purse with
    the request that it be given to the
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    at once decided to send it to the
    Wolf Cub Pack at the Princess
    Alice Orthopaedic Hospital in
    Capetown about which he yarned
    to the Cubs. He made mention of
    this at the Jamboree in Jamaica
    and an account of it has appeared
    in both The Seouter*tand The Scout
    periodicals.

    It is hoped that the effect of his
    personality and his impressive and
    truly inspiring “addresses made
    during his stay in our midst will
    long outlive the impression they
    ereated on all who were privil-
    eged to see and hear him.

    Caribbean Jamboree

    The Branch was represented at
    the Ist Caribbean Jamboree staged
    in Jamaica from the 5th to the 17th
    March by a Contingent of seven
    Sea Scouts, six Boy Scouts and
    seven Scouters led by the Island
    Commissioner. A full report on
    the Jamboree has already been
    submitted and it is only intended
    to mention two matters therefrom
    in this report. The Contingent gave
    a very creditable account of itself
    at the Jamboree and without doubt
    benefited very much from the ex-
    perience. The good which can ac-
    crue from visits to Jamborees is so
    great that every effort should be
    made to ensure representation at
    fYfure Jamborees by the establish-
    ment of a special Jamboree Fund.

    Bob-A-Job

    For the first time Bob-a-Job
    Week was instituted in Barbados.
    Owing to uncontrollable circum-
    stances propaganda and prepara-
    tion for this venture were inade-
    quate, Despite this handicap, how-
    aver, success crowned our efforts
    and the sum of $1,016.00 was real-
    ised by no more than twenty-six
    Scout Groups.

    Criticism is often levelled at the
    Boy Scouts for not doing more for
    themselves, Bob-a-Job Week pro-
    vided an opportunity for answer-
    ing this criticism. The Scouts
    entered the venture with commend-
    able spirit and in a truly remark-
    able way the general public
    responded. Great hope is enter-
    tained for Bob-a-Job Week next
    year.

    At the Annual Agricultural and
    Industrial Exhibition in Queen’s
    Park the Scouts ran two Stalls.
    This was another opportunity for
    undertaking self-help work as well
    as for demonstrating Scout activi-
    ties. A favourable impression was
    made on the public and a tidy sum
    collected. \

    St. George’s Day

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    Scouts paraded at St. Michael’s
    Cathedral at 11.00 a.m. and the
    Wolf Cubs at St. Ambrose at 4.30
    p.m. ,

    The following extract from a
    letter to the Island Commissioner
    from Prof. J. Sydney Dash is
    worthy of inclusion in this report,
    “Scouts, their relatives and ers
    who missed the St. George’s Day
    Service at the Gathedral were most
    unfortunate. We had an excellen’
    well arranged service and hi
    an ardent and impressive address
    by the Dean and stirring musical
    strains from the organ, under the
    maestro, Mr. Gerald Hudson. Only
    one thing was missing—a large and
    appreciative congregation.”

    It is regrettable that these ser-
    vices are always poorly attended.
    Parents of the Scouts alone would
    provide a large congregation to sa
    nothing of members of Council
    and Local Associations, The hour,
    11 o'clock, has véry little to do
    with the paucity of numbers as in
    former years there were no more
    at five o’clock in the afternoon,

    Competitions

    During St. George’s Week there
    were several inter-Troop Compe-
    titions, These served the two-fold
    purpose of getting the Scouts to
    mingle more and thus exemplify
    the fourth Scout Law—Brotherli-
    ness—and affording an opportunity
    to gauge the standard of Scouting.
    There was not an appreciable
    standard even in some of the best
    Troops.

    The results of the Competitions
    were as follows:

    The Geoffrey Williams Signal-
    ling Flag won by Ist St. Michael
    (First Sea Scouts),

    Aquatic rts Cup won by Ist
    St. Peter (Third Sea Scouts).

    Athletic Sports Shield won by
    5th Bridgetown (Bethel).

    The Boxing Championship Cup
    won by Ist St. Michael (First Sea
    Scouts).

    Table Tennis Cup (kindly don-
    ated by Messrs. Y de Lima & Co.)
    wor by 2nd Bridgetown
    (Y.M.C.A.,).

    Shield for General Seout Work
    won by Ist 3st. Michael (First Sea
    Scouts), ~

    Re-Organisation

    The work of re-organisation of
    the Branch continues with moder-
    ate success. We welcome into the
    Movement as Assistant Commis-
    sioners for newly formed Local
    Association areas Capt. R. A, Sealy,
    Rev. Fr. A. I. Johnson and Rey.
    T. J. Furley.

    The Branch is fortunate in the
    return to active Scouting of Mr. A.
    Douglas-Smith, Resident Tutor of

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    the Extra-Mural Department of the
    University College of the West In-
    dies. Mr. Douglas-Smith, who h
    been appointed Commissioner <1
    the Southern Area, brings to the
    Branch a wealth of experience, He
    has been a Scoutmaster for many
    ears, attended the 1929 World
    amboree and has qualified at Gil-
    well Training Centre.

    With the appointment of Mrs,
    G. Hudson as Assistant Island
    Commissioner for Wolf Cubs there
    is great hope for the future. The
    Wolf Cub Branch is without doubt
    the most important section of the
    Movement, It deals with the
    youngster in his most formative
    years and experience has proved
    that the best Scouts are those who
    have spent years “in the jungle’.
    Mrs, Hndson has taken her ap-
    pointment seriously and has al-
    ready met with much response

    Mr, R. S, Jordan, Senjor Inspec-
    tor of Schools, was appointed
    Assistant Commissioner for St
    John. A Seouter of many years
    experience and a former Island
    Commissioner for Grenada his con-
    tribution should be most valuable

    Messrs, F. H, O’Neale and H.
    Walcott, Probation Officers, have
    also returned to active service
    the former as District Scoutmaster,
    the Northern Area and the latter
    as District Cubmaster, the South-
    ern Area, We welcome all these
    appeintments and look forward to
    renewed activity and progress.

    Come And Go
    They come and they go. The re-
    signation through ill health of Col,
    A, F. C, Campbell is much to be
    regretted. Colonel Campbell has
    always displayed great interest in
    local Seouting. He has been for
    years the President of the St,
    Thomas Local Association and an
    active member of the Island Coun-
    cil, He was one of the Commis-
    sioners invested by the Chief
    Scout, We are, nevertheless, as-
    sured of his continued interest in
    the Movement and of his willing-
    ness to help whenever possible.
    We wish him improved health.
    Mr. C, R, C. Springer as Acting
    Assistant Island Commissioner for
    Training has held three Founda-
    tion Training Courses for Scout-
    masters and would-be Scout~-
    masters. These Courses, though
    very preliminary, are very help-
    ful to those who have a desire to
    serve youth in Scouting and it is
    to be hoped that future ones will
    be taken advantage of.
    The Camp Chief at Gilwell, Mr
    John Thurman, has been pleased
    approve my recommendation
    that . Springer be appointed a
    amp Chief and his Honourable

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    Chief has been received and wey
    shortly be nted, As such Mr.
    Springer will be entitled to hold
    Courses in accordance with Gilwell
    instructions.

    Increased Activity

    There has been increased activ:
    ity in Camping by all Scout
    Groups, Unfortunately the stand-
    ards have not been very high. This
    is largely due to lack of Camping
    Equipment but alse to an absence
    of savoir-faire.

    Camping in a schoolroom is a
    poor substitute for life under
    canvas,

    One Troop, the 4th Bridgetown
    (James Street) went overseas to
    Grenada for its summer Camp.
    Camping overseas is to be encour-
    aged for its value is tremendous.
    It must, however, be pointed out
    that going overseas does not jus-
    tify the camping together of Cubs,
    Scouts and Rovers, This type of
    camping is against both the spirit
    and the letter of Scouting. The
    training in every phase of these
    three sections must at all times be
    kept strietly separate,

    ne Finance Committee recom-
    mended and the Executive Com-
    mittee approved liberal expendi-
    ture on Camp Equipment with the
    arrival of which and with the help
    of our A,D.C.C. there is hope for
    improved standards in the new
    yeer ;

    That Imperial Headquarters is
    mindful of Scouting in these parts
    was demonstrated by the appoint-
    ment early in the year of uad-
    ron-Leader Ramsay as
    Headquarters Liaison Commission-
    er between London, Canada and
    Barbados,

    “Bill”, as he prefers to be called
    has paid three or four visits sined
    his appointment-——he is attached to
    Trans-Canada Airlines and spends
    about seven days every three
    months, Full advantage is taken
    of his visits and “Bill” is only too
    eager to help all he can,

    “Thanks Badge”

    The “Thanks Badge” was pre-
    sented to Mrs. F. J. Cole and
    Messrs, H. N. Chandler’ and
    Masterton-Smith for “valuable
    services to the Movement.”

    With improved finances it has
    been possible to surround our
    Headquarters with a wire fencing.
    The planting of a suitable hedge
    will soon be proceeded with, Paint-
    ing and certain repairs to the
    building are badly needed and it
    is hoped that the greater part of
    this will be the work of the Scouts
    themselves,

    The Executive Committee ap-
    proved the use of Headquarters by
    he Extra-Mural Department of
    the U.C.W.I, and the Alliance
    Francaise. This is of double ad-
    vantage; not only is there a pecuni-
    ary benefit but the room is no
    longer shut up all day as it was
    after the services of the Clerk and
    the Caretaker had to be dispensed
    with. '
    Finances

    The financial condition of the
    Branch is better Locay than ever it
    has been as an examination of the
    Treasurer’s Statement will dis-
    close, In the past there may have !
    been too great a dependence on the
    Government Grant and subscrip-
    tions from the public, especially
    the mercantile community. 4

    Financial proposals implement-{
    ed during the year provide for
    contributions from’ every member

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    " Wednesday, November 19, 1952

    Plans

    LOCAL GOVERNMENT authorities in
    England and Wales have received a cir-
    cular from the Ministry of Housing and ;
    Local government which mentions the: !
    Queen's express wish that local celebra- }
    tions should be as simple as possible and !
    that “all undue expenditure should be |
    avoided. No doubt the Queen’s wish would |
    have been the same for Barbados if this |
    island received communications from the |
    Minister of Housing and Local Govern-
    ment. Other points from the circular may
    prefitably be studied by members of the
    Coronation committees which have been

    set up locally. Local governments are ex-
    horted. to. use decorative materials which

    will save imported raw material.

    If street decorations are planned it is
    hoped that full use will be made of local
    initiative and talent rather than advice
    from a central source. Painting or decora- I
    tion should be done when there is ample
    labour available. This point deserves espe-
    cial attention in Barbados where the
    months immediately preceding the coro-
    nation are the peak months of employment
    in the sugar and tourist industries. Paint-
    ing or decorations should be commenced
    before the reaping and grinding of the
    sugar crop is at its height.

    Coronation

    Before any action can be taken by the
    central government or by the local gov-
    ernment authorities to paint or decorate in

    be announcement of what the Coronation
    plans are to be.

    So far there has been no progress report
    made by the large Coronation committee
    appointed by Sir Alfred Savage. It may be
    supposed that some action has been taken
    since the first inaugural meeting and the
    voting by the General Assembly of a surr.

    of money towards government coronation
    expenses indicates that the government has

    already decided on its import requirements
    of flags and buntings. The hope has been
    entertained that by this time some. an-
    nouncement would have been made of the
    committee’s proposed intentions so that
    the public might be allowed opportunity to
    approve or disapprove before plans are
    implemented. Many suggestions have been

    put forward already in the Press as te what Shue thatrhe did not cémé tous

    might be done to make the coronation
    memorable and it is likely that private sug-
    gestions will have been made to the cen-
    tral and local committees. It would seem
    therefore. that. the committee ought to be
    able to announce its plans shortly, so that
    labour can be employed at a time when it
    ought to be more available than during the
    peak period of employment in the sugar
    and tourist industries. Especially if there is
    going to be some permanent memorial of
    the coronation, as has been suggested,
    ought arrang2ments to be made now and
    the work begun as soon as possible.

    The Barbados Museum urgently needs a
    new wing and the suggestion that it should
    be opened during the Coronation Week has
    been made. The- Fountain Gardens need
    Stone seats to replace the unattractive
    wooden ones: the Lake in Queen’s Park
    needs to be repaired: these and many other
    improvements ought to be effected well in
    advance of the Coronation month? If an
    Arbor Day is to be included in the official
    celebrations, preparations will have to be
    made very soon to obtain the large number |
    of young plants in time for June. Whatever
    is being planned by government agencies
    or by private organisations with subscrip-
    tion funds at their disposal ought to be
    announced very soon, so that employment
    opportunities may be evenly spread and :
    competition for available labour be avoid-
    ed. Those individuals and companies who {
    have been thinking of decorating their
    homes or places of business will have been
    giving attention to the hiring of labour for
    painting and other improvements. ‘The
    more persons or Ccoripanies who decide
    to brighten up their homes or stores
    for the coronation the greater will be the
    demands for labour. Those who have
    already made up their minds to effect im-
    provements ought not to delay any longer,
    By announcing its plans for the Coronation
    at the earliest date possible the Coronation
    Committee will give a great fillip to the
    latent desire of the people to make Her
    Majesty's Coronation memorable and the
    community will also be given adequate op-
    portunity to approve or disapprove of any.
    of the plans which are put-forward. June
    may seem to be a very long time ahead, but
    the stands along the Mall in London are
    already in process of construction. In Bar-
    bados our own celebrations ought in keep-
    ing with Her Majesty’s wishes to be as
    simple as possible. There would seein there-
    fore to be no reason why the Coronation
    Committee can not decide on its plang and
    announce them before the end of this
    month. Already preparations for Christmas
    and the New Year are well adyanced and
    unless the Coronation plans are announced
    soon, savings which could have been allo-
    cated to private improvements for the
    Coronation might be consumed in celebra-
    tions of the joyous season, just becau
    Coronation had been temporarily f:

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    BARBADOS ADVOCATE

    LONDON LETTER

    Not since Tiberius
    Rome or Hitler mounted the Bify
    rostrum at Nuremberg has there

    Heverley Baxter

    been such a _ reception for a fact we acclaimed her the Juliet
    celebrity. On the stage was a of the century. I went to the first
    Guards’ Band whose trumpets night and can never remember

    sounded a fanfare above the rest being 30 moved as by her exqui-
    of the Band playing “God Save site tenderness in the Balcony
    the Queen.” Princess’ Margaret scene, If ghosts walk I hope that
    and her party took their seats in Shakespeare was somewhere about
    the arclight section reserved for that night.
    them. First Showing

    And then the great man him- The frst showing of “Lime-
    self, looking like a genial light" was to the critics, together
    dictator strolled to his seat in with an invited audience
    the front row of the circle, and
    bowed acknowledgments to the
    cheering crowds. Whereupon Mr. the end of the performance the
    Charles Chaplin then sat down critics stood up and cheered the

    Noel
    | banks, and the rest of them. Out- tears of

    to look at the first presentation
    of the film “Limelight” of which
    he was the director, author,
    composer, financier and star.

    My wife and I also. settled
    down in our seats which had
    cost 15 guineas each, for the
    great event was in aid of a
    splendid charity. As London is
    something of 4 village we saw
    the usual inhabitants all about us
    Coward, Douglas Fair-

    side the cinema the milling crowds

    ‘eld up the traffic and no one
    | cared. It was an event,

    And the
    London crowds love to be part of
    on event even if they only see

    the performance of the audience
    rriving and departing,

    Not Curiosity Alone t
    My presence was not basically
    me of curiosity or even a desire
    ‘o support a worthy charity. I
    apologise for having to make a
    short ‘personal statement. but it
    is essential to the narrative.
    Some months ago I resigned
    as dramatic critic of Lord Bea-
    ‘verbrook’s Evening Standard be-
    cause it was «impossible any
    -cnger to get away, except oc-
    asionally,
    Commons at

    night. The

    eternal wigilance

    ‘oO meet’an attack.
    After a lapse of time, however,

    t was left to me

    most interesting. or the

    great silver haired star as he

    crowd at the cinema gave him a

    great ovation at the finish.
    Critics Enthusiastic
    On balance the Sunday film
    critics were enthusiastic. Only the
    wretched fellow in the Sunday
    Express had said that it was a
    poor thing. Yet on the following
    evening at Strabolgi’s dinner I
    would have to meet Citizen
    Chaplin face to face, :
    Fortunately, by agreement with
    my host, I arrived twenty minutes
    late for the dinner, having had to
    deliver a speech at a Tory recruit-
    ing meeting in North Paddington.
    The dinner was a big affair of
    about forty people and, with a bit
    of luck I could get away without
    the embarrassment of a personal

    Annual Subs, And Ancient

    from the House of
    nar- who
    rowness of our majority demands charity and as one

    walked out. This was something. talk with the guest of honour.
    Most of our film critics take a True to his Lord Strabolgi
    very dyspeptic view of new films had chosen his guests (and there-
    but apparently Charlie had fore their wives) from the hier-
    momentarily bicarbonated the archy of the Socialist Party. ,
    critical stomach. Herbert Morrison was in good‘
    They were not, however, unani- form; ex-Chancellor Hugh Gait-
    mous in their verdicts when they gskell looked, as he always does,
    put pen to paper, Some acclaimed like a diffident David Copperfield
    “Limelight” as a masterpiece and Arthur Greenwood, Treasurer of
    confessed that they had wept the Socialist Party, was as full of
    sadness and tears of sound wisdom as Polonius; Lord
    laughter, Others declared it to be Jowett, Late Socialist Lord Chan-
    too long, and one or two thought cellor, looked more like a Tory
    the philosophy of the piece was than John Bull himself; sir
    somewhat banal, but on the whole Hartley Shawewoss, the debonair
    it was an enthusiastic reception. Attorney General of the Socialist
    The fact is that they had wept, regime, gave a on elegance to
    laughed and cheered. Who could the scene. Scarét tunicked waiters
    ask more than that? supplied the final climax
    Therefore on the morning of the pageantry,
    iGala Premiere I was full of It was not exactly what the
    curiosity and expectancy, and was Tolpuddle Martyrs, or Keir Hardie
    delighted when a note arrived Would have visualised but moderr
    from Lord Strabolgi inviting me British Socialists see no reason
    to join a private dinner at the why tradition and elegance should
    House of Lords in honour of belong solely to the Tories. They
    Chaplin on the next Monday are quite right. '
    night. Strabolgi used to sit as a You Next!
    Liberal in the Commons as Com- When the dinner was finished
    mander Kenworthy but when his Strabolgi called on Morrison tc
    father died he went to the Lords propose Chaplin’s health. It was
    and became a Socialist. It-was he a theme after Morrison’s Cockney
    -organised the Gala night heart, for as I have said, both
    Left Winger he and Charlie “knew abject

    of

    and readiness to another he probably wanted to poverty on the wrong side of

    pay tribute to Charlie in’ the London’s river, As he neared the

    » citadel of pomp and privilege—the finish of his eulogy he was putting
    Lord Beaverbrook suggested that

    { should write each week in the

    : . > coronatio st 'Junday Express on just one play
    preparation for the coronation there must or one film or one Opera. Instead vealed to us on the Gala night.
    of co¥ering the week's offerings As the lights dimmed I saW that

    Upper House. { lovked forward to Charlie rather above the immorta!
    meeting the great little man, William himself, when my atten-
    Now for the film as it was re- tion was distracted by the arrival
    of a note from our host.
    “IT am calling'on you next.”

    to choose the my handkerchief was at the ready That was all, but it was enough.
    most for like most peoole I enjoyed a I
    -mportant (not always the same good ery in

    don’t know how Herbert’s

    the theatre. The air speech ended because I was trying

    jthing) and devote my awhele was tense with excitement,
    Space to it. Naturally the Chap-
    lin film was an automatic choice.
    You will recall that with a
    maladroitness difficult to under
    stand, the American authorities
    announced. that’ having granted
    Mr. Charles Chaplin (who has
    remained a_ British subject by
    choice) a return permit. they
    were not certain that he would
    ve allowed to come back to
    America. This, as Shakespeare
    observes, was indeed hot ice. An
    air line might as well sell a re-
    ‘urn ticket and then decline to
    honour it.
    ‘ In. Britain there was an im- t
    mediate and almost hysterical :
    reaction, It ld seem that °" avi Gane,
    Charlie was the most beloved
    nember of our family, It

    Promising Situation

    Claire

    were paralysed,

    that his legs were pretty

    -n our war + troubles, or enter-
    ‘cin our troops,” Or send us any
    Sundles, but what of that? He
    had made us laugh and he had

    You will rememver that the
    pictures opened with a promising
    situation. In a shabby London
    boarding house about the year 1912
    Bloom, an out of work
    dancer, had tried to commit suicide to Mr. r
    because she thought that her ‘legs ete it went something like

    To this house, where he also y =
    lived, came Charlie as an old out- you Charles despite ens
    of-work clown, He was drunk, so ¢xample—I want to say something
    well about ae: ae ee »

    aralysed too. We learn that he Many things: perhaps un-
    toad the great clown Calvero, once known to ourselves our appetite
    rage of London, now fallen lease and our palate grows more

    anaged come fastidious for taste

    Eps the pel goed re his Ponies therefore. removed from public

    is i taste. We. cannot forget what you
    and-there begins the sad little love , ot theallent fi

    story of Spring with late wetanast Eee the days\of the-silent film

    Whereupon Charlie starts to talk. Hen

    There is no reason why a comic â„¢iming to such heights,

    Serta te ‘stage, bot should ie your bowler hatted clown carry-

    to think of how mine would begin.
    No matter how much I could poke
    a bit of fun at the Socialist hier-
    archy present I would have to
    come eventually to the guest of
    honour.

    So the moment arrived when I
    had to say my say, about Charlie
    Chaplin. As far as I

    is:
    “Charlie — for I refuse to call

    een. So we are inclined to be-
    and

    you carried the art of

    “The unconquerable courage of

    fy noderately

    | Soung English

    nade us cry,

    | If America didn’t want Charlie
    ve would take him to our hearts
    ‘nd even kill the not very fatted
    candle in the window and keep
    the teapot brewing on the hearth,

    Like Shakespeare

    ‘avourite son, But

    bout that,

    | Big Welcome
    | So the li
    is

    brother ‘Sydney. They. were

    nh uproarious

    alf- was ditty slaughtered,
    ' Then came. the advent of the

    amous film “Limelight” in which
    © Was going to reveal the genius

    vhich he» had brought at long
    ‘‘ast to the talkies, He had been
    the unchallenged star of the
    silent film and had refused to
    risk his laurels by adding sound

    9 sight, and had ventured only
    into the realm of
    talkies. Now, however, we were
    ‘o get Chaplin at. the full tide of
    ‘is voice and genius;

    Our interest was enhanced by
    ‘he fact that he had Selected a
    actress Claire
    i loom, as his leading lady, Since
    acting in “Limelight” she had
    conquered London as Juliet in the
    Old Vie production of that most
    exquisite of Shakespeare's plays. In

    Our Reader's Say; = mcs

    “Repairs”

    To the Editor, The Advocate—

    Str,—I, unfortunately, omitted
    from my letter a few days ago on
    “Repairs” another point of much
    ‘mportance and urgency which I
    had in mind a kindred matter
    which presses very heavily upon
    Many of our poor citizens, But
    yet that letter was somewhat over
    long. Kindly allow me to return
    and mention the point to-day,

    _I refer to the question of the
    aigh, excessive and still increas-
    ing rents which are being charged,
    to those who have’ no little place
    of their own, and often for v
    oor accommodation—just a sma’
    toom and perhaps in bad repairs.

    _ Quite a number of poor old and
    disabled people have complained
    in my hearing of having to pay
    4/~ or more a week, and when
    we remember that the old age pen-
    sion is only 5/- and the Parish
    Help only 18/- per month, with
    no C.O.L .bonus, what is there to
    live by? "9

    Something ought to be done
    about the trouble and that without
    loss of time, and I have thought
    that some scheme of arbitration
    should be instituted to control the
    position. This is an age of “Con-
    trols”,

    I have thought also that perhaps
    the Housing Board would take on
    the job or at least co-operate in
    whatever scheme may be devised
    i know that the members of thai
    B i are busy men, especially the
    Chairman, and that the Secretary



    i¢ man arrived with
    s attractive young wife, his
    children and their. older’ half

    have a voice and a vocabulary ing his stick like a rapier, cap-
    which is something between the tured the heart and the imagina-
    chairman of a bank and a pro- tion of the world. You were .
    fessor of psychiatry? ridiculous figure with a dignity o

    He lectures the poor’ little Your own, You were an absurdity
    dancer on the philosophy of life that became an sxupetion of
    as if she were a class at Yale, amity in a mad world. But in

    4 and Herbert i those days you expressed a world
    Morrison he had once lived on saat that esi or ieee ee
    the South Bank of London and
    we would acclaim him as a
    what about
    his alleged sympathy with Com-
    munism? We couldn’t be bothered

    sdesi i ' of meaning by a mere shrug of
    Sacndaen Lack tt tha tetas the ha or the raising of
    they grow, look at the roses Your hat.
    achieving beauty and form, look . “You did not needs words, That
    at the rocks with their design. ie cubat aes = in oe pew Sin
    As her legs were paralysed—or, nie 7 rel 3 a Leen) an aa
    at least, she thought they were—— ae ov have edecladed ag
    there was no escape. Calvero had 1 sue litici Mantle evietaac
    found an audience that could not 7@Ve! Of politicians who say every
    walk out on him, and he made thing and continue to do so even
    the most of it when they have nothing more to
    If he had only faltered for a Say. We welcome you as you are,

    given word or stumbled into an occa- but we miss what you used to
    welcome and the gional incoherency it would not be.

    ave been so bad. Put he gave the A Gentle Soul
    ation that he would have Well that is the end of the
    addressed the combined Houses of story. I have since learned that
    Parliament without an extra he has cut nearly half an hour
    tremor of the heart. It was only of the film but he must cut more
    when he stopped talking that we than that before I would sit
    saw that Chaplin’s genius is stil] through it again, ,
    alive, The scene where he returns Finally what is he like as a
    to a third-rate music hall and man? He is a gentle soul with a
    gives us the seedy, indomitable hatred of war and a_ passionate
    tramp once more is superbly belief that the people of the world
    done. should live in amity together, By

    I wrote at length about it in Hollywood standards he is an in-
    the Sunday Express under’ the tellectual but the processes of his
    heading “Alas Poor Charlie!” To mind are young rather than sage.
    me the picture had been boring, But as an artist I cannot believe
    the philosophy juvenile, the music that he has anything significant
    and ballet dancing no more than to bring Y cae ee ae now. He
    adequate, and the only genius won our hearts as the
    peeiaeias was when Chaplin re- clown, and if ‘had been wise












    verted to the clown of other days,

    It is only fair to say that the





    has his hands full, But perhaps
    two or three members might be
    able to undertake the valuable
    service of arbitrating—if any poor
    sufferers had the courage to come
    forward and make an appeal;
    there would not be so many at
    first, I fear.

    I have understood that 10% on
    the value of house property was
    a fair and reasonable return — is
    that correct? Well, I think some
    owners of these small shacks look
    to get 20, 30 or even 40%. They
    are not accustomed, perhaps, to
    handling figures commercially, or
    worry about them, but simply set
    out to get as much as they can.
    I do not say they are altogether
    selfish, but they need instruction
    and the appeal to observe the
    Golden Rule of mutual regard and
    help. Of course, we all know that
    repairs are very much more cost-
    ly than years past, but yet, a
    reasonable middle course should

    be discoverable.
    oR GODSON.
    Walk And Ride
    To the Editor, The Advocate—

    SIR,--May I be permitted to
    reply to a letter appearing in
    Wednesday’s Advocate (Nov. 12)
    written by someone who signs
    himself “Dissatisfied”?

    First, allow me to inform him
    that a letter which criticizes a writ-
    er’s academic ability rather than
    his standpoint on any issue, must
    be considered by any unprejudiced
    reader, lacking in good taste. Fur-
    thermore, it is fairly well known

    he would have said, like Hamlet:
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    fast becoming
    “Dissatisfied” .
    to the title, he should be
    to accept its adv: iges and
    advantages, It is une tian, how-
    ever, to demand it others who
    fare poor and admit it, be made
    poorer by increased taxation,

    His attack on cycle taxation, I
    fear, leads me to rd that he is
    a car owner and is finding the

    taxes irksome. ne alternative
    (forgive me per ting it out) a

    apparent, ju cannot af-
    ford to keep the » sell it, and

    in the lowly ofes that walk and
    RALPA CARLTON.
    Christmas Cards

    To the Editor, The Advocate—
    Sir,—Perhaps Firecracker’ ex-

    perienced no s' over the letter
    in. regard. to -winning
    Christmas Card signed .

    T cannot say the same, as ‘Fire-
    cron bland that the
    birth of his own nd the birth
    of Jesus Christ, thy Signet of the
    world, should both be celebrated

    in the same manner, tht is, by the
    drinking of rum, Perhaps this
    writer also feels that the playing
    of calypsoes and a little be-bop and
    boogy Wwoogy would be a more ap-
    propriate way of celebrating the
    Birth of Our Saviour than with
    Carols.

    Well, this is a free country
    Merry Christmas, Firecracker, and
    may the Lord spare you a head-
    ache,

    DIFFERENT,

    s
    Rites ... WHAT A STRANGE
    MIXTURE THEY MAKE IN

    MAU MAU

    By JOHN REDFERN
    NAIROBI.

    MAU MAU fanatics, frantically trying to
    stiffen the movement against continued
    arrests, are wearing home-made robes closely
    resembling a Roman Catholic priest’s vest-
    ments.

    I have studied these Mau Mau robes.
    Plainly, they are inferred by some renegade
    Christian well acquainted with Church
    vestments.

    Take the Mau Mau khanzu, the long white
    cassock-like garment normally worn by Afri-
    can waiters and house servants.

    The Mau Mau version has blue bands sewn
    round the neck and cuffs. This is a copy of
    the alb worn by a priest at Mass—the blue
    bands correspond to the “apparels,” the

    technical term for squares of silk or other

    material used to enrich the alb and the}}
    amice, a kind of neckcloth worn with the |
    alb.

    Mau Mau “celebrants” also wear a strip of |







    )
    blue material round the neck, crossed in

    front of the body and passed under a blue
    belt—in imitation of the crossed stole and the
    girdle that are part of the Mass vestments.

    Another Mau Mau vestment is a cloak-like
    sheet with a hole in the centre through which
    the oath administrator puts his head. This
    corresponds to the eucharistic chasuble.

    One of these garments seized by the police
    had a number of crosses worked round ‘the
    neckband — and so have many genuine
    chasubles.

    TO INSULT THE CHURCH... .

    Tn one Mau Mau ceremony the “priest”

    wore his vestments with an ordinary felt

    hat on his head. The ceremonies at which }:

    the robes are used are often revolting.

    These vestments are not used at all Mau
    Mau ceremonies. Aj great deal is left to local
    initiative.

    The imitation of Roman Catholic practices
    is two-purposed. f

    First, to insult the Roman Catholic Church,
    whose bishops in East Africa have solemnly
    excommunicated adherents of Mau Mau.
    Sécond, to cater for the “push” Africans’ ap-
    petite for queer cults in which the pagan
    predominates although there may be traces
    of Christian rites.

    THE ‘FRIENDS OF THE DEVIL’

    THE more I study Mau Mau the more I
    remark its mixture of ancient and modern
    Africa.

    There is evidence that Mau Mau is organ-
    ised on the basis of small cells of picked men
    who are given a good deal of freedom in
    matters of detail.

    When a cell is working successfully, one
    or two members are detached and sent to set
    up another cell in the same district.

    In fact, Mau Mau shows all the apparatus
    of a modern political movement — annual
    subscriptions (these are graded according to
    ‘means from £5 to 7s. 6d.), offices, secretly
    circulated pamphlets, and equally secret
    regional offices.

    These offices are believed to be at African
    ‘townships like Kiambu, Naivasha, Fort Hall
    and Nyeri—but no one has actually found
    them yet.

    It also has elements linked with a very
    dark Africa indeed. Many of the Mau Mau
    teachings echo beliefs everyone thought had
    been abandoned.

    For example, the anti-European emphasis
    in Mau Mau oaths is a repetition of teaching
    put out years ago by a sect, founded by an
    ex-member of the Salvation Army, which
    taught that all Europeans are friends of the
    devil. }

    They used red uniforms, megaphones, and
    drums.

    Some clauses in Mau Mau oaths seem to
    come straight from the Watu Wa Mungu
    (The men of God), a sect formed 20 years
    ago by ex-mission scholars of the Kikuyu
    tribe.

    Mau Maw has also taken over a good deal
    of the black teaching of the Dini Ya Msambwa
    or Spirit Worshippers, who became aggres-
    sive during tne war under the leadership of
    African Christians expelled from their
    churches for polygamy.

    THIS sect has been involved in rioting,
    arson, and anti-Government propaganda. It
    is now banned. Mau Mau has undoubtedly
    pulled in some of its adher2nts.

    ‘Mau Mau has a considerable talent for
    taking ingredients from other sources and
    using them in its own reeking brew.—L.ES,

    —_——

    DROUGHT SPREADS

    By HENRY LOWRIE

    STILL NO SIGN of that eagerly awaited
    rain, and so the great drought of 1952
    spreads from the central plains to both east
    and west coasts.

    Hard hit is the just-developing cattle
    industry of the South. In Texas hundreds of ;
    ranchers have been forced out of business |{\
    because of barren pastures. Herds are being |



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    Texas wheat farmers’ losses are estimated
    at 253 million dollars (about £90,000,000).
    Cotton producers, their crops way, way
    down, have lost another 220 million dollars
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    “MBER 19, 1952

    Following the instructions of Mr, Justice J. W. B.
    henery, an assize jury yesterday acquitted Fitz Harold
    Haddock of the charge of manslaughter. Haddock was
    alleged to have unlawfully killed four-year-old Carl Rogers

    while driving the car M-691
    on May 18.

    along Prospect Road St. James,

    The Prosecution closed its case after calling 15 wit-
    nesses, and Haddock’s counsel submitted that the evidence
    was not strong enough to ask the jury to consider a verdict,

    Mr, E. K. Walcott, Q.C., associ-
    ated with Mr. J. S. B. Dear repre-
    sented Haddock. Mr. W."W. Reece,
    Q.C., Solicitor General, prosecuted
    for ihe Crown.

    There were two other charges of
    manslaughter against Haddock in
    respect to Carl Rogers’ brother
    and sister, but after the jury re-
    turned the verdict of not guilty,
    Mr. Reece entered a nolle prose-
    qui in these two other charges,

    The case started on Monday
    when nine. witnesses gave evi-
    dence,

    The witnesses who fave evi-
    dence yesterday were York Est-
    wick, Dudley Fitt, Isalene Beckles,
    Doris Greaves, Ruth Clarke and
    Estellene Richards.

    York Estwick said that on May
    18 he parked his car at the side
    of a curve on Prospect Road to
    speak to some workmen, Soon
    after a man rode pass on a motor
    cycle and shortly after a car
    passed, both going in the direction
    of Bridgetown. The driver of the
    car pulled off the parked car,
    seemed to lose control, and struek
    a wall.

    The car was being driven at a
    fair speed, not too fast nor too
    slow. On June 8 he returned to
    the scene of the accident with
    Superintendent Simmonds and Mr
    Farnum of the Department of
    Highways and Transport. He
    varked his car where it had been
    parked on May 18, and Superin-
    tendent Simmonds and Mr, Far-
    num took certain measurements,

    . Moderate Speed

    Cross-examined he said that he
    had told the Police Magistrate
    that the driver of the car had
    been going at a moderate rate.
    The car was travelling about 100
    yards behind the motor cycle.

    Dudley Fitt said he was on
    Prospect Road at the time of the
    accident, When Estwick parked
    his car, he and other men went
    around it and were talking to him.
    The car was parked on the left
    side of the road. A motor cycle
    passed going towards Bridgetown
    and soon after a car. When the
    driver of the car swerved to pass
    the parked car, the tail of his car
    hit the wall and the car again
    hit the wall further on.

    When he first saw the car it
    was about a quarter of a mile off.

    Cross-examined, he said when
    the car was coming towards the
    parked car, it kept much noise.
    The noise it was making might
    have led anyone to believe that
    it was travelling at a fast rate,
    but the time it took to reach him
    convinced him that it was only
    going at a moderate speed. It was
    about 100 yards behind the motor
    cycle,

    Isalene Beckles said other girls
    and she were on Prospect Road
    talking when the motor cycle and
    car passed. She saw when the car
    swung and struck the wall, and
    later saw the children lying on the
    ground. The car was travelling
    fast.

    Cross-examined she said thal
    she did not know where the chil-
    dren were before she saw them on
    the ground. The reason she said
    that the car was travelling fast
    was because it was keeping much
    noise, t

    Behind Motor Cycle

    Doris Greaves said that on May

    Make
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    18 when the accident occurred she
    was in the verandah of her home
    four houses from the Rogers’
    home. Haddock passed driving the
    car M-691 towards Bridgetown a

    short distance behind a motor
    cycle, Haddock steered . off an-
    other car which was parked

    around a curve and hit a wall on
    the opposite side,

    The car was being driven fairly
    fast.

    Cross-examined, she said that
    she knew nothing of speeds, bui
    when she said fast or slow it was
    just her idea of fast or slow. She
    could not estimate how many
    miles an hour the car was travel-
    ling, but it was going fairly fast.
    When it passed, men who were
    around the parked car scrambled
    out of the road.

    Ruth Clarke said that she was
    on Prospect Road at the time of
    the accident, The car M-691 was
    being driven at a moderate speed
    before it swerved off the other car
    and struck the wall.

    Estalene Richards said st was
    near the scene of the accident, but
    she did not see the car M-691
    until it struck the wall.

    This was the last witness for
    the Prosecution,

    Mr. E. K. Walcott said that be-
    fore considering whether or not he
    would call witnesses, his submis-
    sion was that there was no evi-
    dence whatever on which the
    Crown could press for a convic-
    tion.

    negligence, They would have to
    prove a high degree of negligence,
    gross negligence. As His learned
    Friend had intimated in his open-
    ing, two witnesses had said that
    Haddock was travelling fairly fast
    and most of the witnesses said he
    Was only travelling at a moder-
    ate speed.

    Negligence Not Proved

    Apparently the only allegation
    was speed and the fact of the
    death could not in itself prove
    this negligence. Actually there
    ‘was only a single witness who had
    stuck to her evidence, Doris
    Greaves, that the car was travel-
    ling at a fairly fast rate, as the
    other witness who said that the
    car was going at 59 miles an hour,
    had afterwards said thzt the car
    might have been going at 20 miles
    an hour, x

    Doris Greaves had admitted
    that when ske said fairly fast, she
    meant her idea of fairly fast and
    did not mean it in relation to a
    rate of miles per hour. So taking
    everything into consideration, His

    Lordship could do no less than ask :

    the jury to return a verdict of
    not guilty.

    At the request of Mr. E. K, Wal-
    cott a short adjournment was
    taken at this stage.

    Upon resumption His Lordship
    said, “Mr. Foreman and Gentle-
    men of the jury, the prisoner
    Fitz Harold Haddock is charged
    with manslaughter. .

    The circumstances of this un-
    fortunate and unhappy incident
    are fresh in your minds and no
    doubt will arouse and have
    aroused strong -condolence and
    sympathy among all because such
    is the common bond of humanity
    the binds us all together. But that
    aspect of the matter is not at al!
    before us. We are simply concern-
    ed with whether on the evidence
    as given in this witness stand by
    the various witnesses, there is
    anything proven from which it
    would be legitimate to ask you to
    consider. a verdict against the
    prisoner.

    The learned Solicitor General
    set out in his opening address to
    you with complete and admirable



    ANOTHER REMINDER



    BARBADOS

    Acquilted Of Manslaughter

    only two points which approach a
    case of speeding is the evidence
    of the witness John Small who
    started off by saying the car was
    going dbout 50 miles an hour, but
    under cross-examination said it
    might have been 20. You also re-
    member the evidence of Doris
    Greaves.

    ADVOCATE

    Charge He always |







    the charge of manslaughter can |
    be founded, or even the lesser
    charge of dangerous driving.
    Speed is the only danger alleged |
    and you will recall the evidence
    that the driver was only going at |
    a moderate speed. There is noth-
    ing to suggest culpable disregard.

    | Golf Club reported to the Police

    Therefore, under the circum-
    stanees, I will ask you to return a
    formal verdict of not guilty.”

    The jury returned a verdict of
    hot guilty.

    Mr. Reece then entered a nollie
    prosequi in respect to two other
    charges of manslaughter against
    Haddock.

    The Evidence

    Nearly all the witnesses testified
    that the car was being driven at
    what they called a moderate raté
    and those who could see at that
    point said it was being driven on
    its proper side. Therefore, such
    being the case, and as in criminal
    law the mere happening of an ac-
    cidént is not enough to draw a
    conclusion of negligence it is my
    duty to peint this out, There are
    certain aspects of the Law of Tort
    res ipse loquitur—where the mere
    happening is enough to make an
    accusation, But no such theory is
    ever allowed to invade the pro~
    vince of the Criminal Law. The
    miere fact of what happens is not
    enough to throw the onus on the
    criminal side. In any case the onus
    never shifts in a criminal matter.
    In so far as déath” resuked, it
    was right and proper that the}
    matter be investigated, even to the
    length it has been, so that the
    public would be assured that
    nothing was left undone that
    should have been done.

    So far as your province is con-
    cerned, while the Court always
    hesitates to interfere and only does
    so under the plainest compulsion,
    in this case I would be abdicating
    my function if I allowed the case
    to go to you without directing you
    that there is no evidence on which
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    PAGE SIX

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    Gov’t Request Princess
    Royal’s Visit To B’dos

    THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY yesterday passed an
    Address to the Acting Governor agreeing to an invitation

    being extended
    she is Visiting other
    The Addr« was in fr
    His Excellency the Acting
    Governor has the honour to in-
    forr he Honourable the House
    of Assembly that he has been in-
    formed thet Her Royal Highness

    the Princess Royal will be visit-

    ng Trinidad and British Guiana





    eC next year. Accordingly
    H cellency would be pleasex
    to kn f it the wish of the
    Honourable House of Assembl)

    that an invitation be sent to He:
    Royal Highness to pay an official



    visit to the Island, if the neces-
    sary arrangements can be made

    Dr. H. G. Cummins who took
    charge of the Address said th
    the Princess Royal he been in-
    vited to visit Trinidad early next
    year to present colours ¢t th
    local branch of the British Re
    Cross Society. British Guian
    had taken the opportunit, to in
    vite the Princess Royal to vis

    that colony and the Acting Gov
    ernor was asking the House if
    was their wish to take th



    opp
    Barb

    tunity of inviting her to
    dos,

    He said that they had alw
    taken advantage of such op
    tunities when members of the

    Re



    21 Family were in the area to
    have them come here.
    the expenses were concerned he
    pe out that they would onl)
    i to entertainment





    applie

    Honourable










    to the Princess Royal by Barbados while
    territories in the Caribbean area.

    “~ply to the Acting Governor's

    Alcoa Pegasus
    Brings Cargo
    FromMontreal

    The S.S. Alcoa Pegasus which
    arrived in port from Montre*! on
    Sunday left port yesterday for
    Caripito.

    The Aleoa Pegasus brought a
    mixed cargo to the island. This
    cargo included 4,000 bags of flour,
    210 tierces of pickled meat and
    200 containers of lubricating oil.

    Other cargo included clothing,
    cotton piece goods, rayon piece

    ods, glassware, machinery and
    a shipment of pharmaceutica!
    products. The Alcoa Pegasus ar-
    rived under the command of Cap-

    1 D. K. Sweeney and is con-

    signed to Da. Costa and Co. Ltd

    MONEKA TAKES RUM

    After a stay of five days in tae
    harbour, the 100 ton motor vessel
    Moneka weighed anchor and sailed

    As far as Out of the Careenage on its way

    to Dominica and St. Kitts.
    The motor vessel arrived in the
    > during last week with its







    members nuly supply of fresh fruit
    remembet that when the colony. After unloading
    Alice visited. eoigra his cargo, the Moneka began to
    ernor sent dowr a ad a at tite of r in-
    defray expenses in ' ica and s K: ts oak > need
    with her visit. On that oceas- o¢ tard na sian a h
    jon, the Houte woted $1.00. He“, = margarine ‘for Goth
    ¥ not sure as to the length of ap ind ts ae al ld _, The vessel is under the command
    te i Berbedos Bet he: of Captain R. Hudson and is con-
    € wean Gis matter of ds i the Schooner Owners’
    He said the matter was
    nad he therefor








    simple

    the Address be pess-

    Cox (L) seconded
    Information
    G. Mapp

    sore

    (L}. said that
    more informa-
    The Addres
    clear whethe



    ther



    C es to visit n while
    sh as in the area and the Gov-
    ernment wanted to extend the
    same courtesy to a member of

    the Royal Family, then he was in
    sympathy
    They

    with

    vell

    the
    could
    of



    of the Commonwealth,



    Adadr-ss.
    understand the
    the Ge vernment, aS a

    CARGO FOR GRENADA





    departure on Monday
    iliary schooner Gita
    weighed anchor to sail

    S schoomer is carrying 3
    mixed cargo of foodstuffs and other
    terns to Grenada under the com-
    mand of Captain W. Rose.

    LAST TRIP FOR SEASON



    “The MV, Canadian Challenger

    . arrived in port at daybreak yes-
    terday morning on its last South
    , bound trip from Montreal for

    the
    seeson.

    Arriving under the command of
    Captain V. N. Clarke, the Chal-
    lenger brought a general cargo of
    foodstuff to the colony.

    Besides the 200 tons of cargo. the
    Challenger also brought a total
    of 41 passengers, 21 of whom
    landed here and the remaining 20



    its wish to join in the invita- are intransit.







    if, vever, Her Royal High-
    ress had decideg to pay a visit to
    Trinidad a then British Gui-
    ana, and not e rest of the area





    it did not matt
    sonally r





    did not feel it S any discour
    tesy either, if such was the «

    It was different matter, he
    ever if the Government wa
    merely joining the other colonies

    in extending in invitation as



    matter of courtesy to a membe
    of the Roya! Family.

    He hoped his colleague, the
    honourable junior member for
    St. Thomas would clear that
    point,

    Dr, Cummins pointed out that
    the Princess Royal was visiting

    Trinidag to inspect the Red Cros
    and British Guiana had
    the opportunity to invite her
    that colony. The Acting
    ernor ithis Message was
    asking the Ho
    if they so desired.

    The Address was
    assed





    p
    ;





    KATES OF EXCHANGE

    WOVEMPER 18, 1982
    eiling N YORK Buying
    D ea <
    inn} 10.7% pr
    Sight or de 1
    Drafts 70.5% pr
    99.4 pr Cable
    70.9% pr. Currency 69.2% pr
    Coupons 68.5% pr
    CANADA

    (Including Newfoundland)

    taken

    Gov-
    only



    eventually

    On its return trip, North-bound,

    tity of molasses for Canada.

    Agents for
    Messrs. Gardiner Austin & Co
    Ltd.

    FROM BRITISH GUIANA

    Another arrival in port yester-

    w- day morning was the S.S. Kallada “©ecause

    which hailed from British Guiana
    under Captain 8S. Riley.

    Consigned to Messrs. Da Costa
    & Co. Ltd., the Kallada brought a
    cargo of mixed items from
    other islands of the Caribbean
    This cargo included - limacol from
    British Guiana, pickled meat from
    Trinidad and other
    various ports.

    101 PASSENGERS INTRANSIT

    The Duteh steamship Cottica
    called at Barbados on Monday

    from Amsterdam with 108 passen-
    to do the same gers, 101 of whom were intransit

    ind 7 landing. ;

    Master of the Cottica is Captain
    its local
    agents are S. P. Musson & Sonr,

    N. F. Van Deum and

    the. Challenger are had been prepared

    the

    items from



    ca Se at

    “ You, there — stand to attention when you're returning property to a German officer.”

    ow rerpe

    tees



    UBER ALLIES by ret



    House Pass $10,000
    For Coronation Expenses

    THE House of Assembly at their meeting yesterday
    passed a resolution for $10,000 to cover expenses for the
    Coronation Celebrations of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth

    Dr. H. G. Cummins who took charge of the measure
    told the House that in view of the fact that the Coronation
    would take place in June next year, a local Committee had

    been arpaiies te go into
    agenda for the celebrations

    There was also a number of
    sub committees which held
    couple of meetings but they had
    not reached fiuality.






    The $10,000 asked for as the
    addendum to the resolution
    pointed was for the purpose
    of enabling orders to be placed
    and to meet current expenses in
    connection with preparations for

    local celebrations.

    The amount included provision
    for decorations and illuminations
    which hag to be ordered im-
    mediately so @s to ensure de-
    livery. It elso included provision
    for work on decorations which
    would be carried out locally but
    which must be paid for as the
    works were completed.

    He said that provision was in-
    ‘luded in the resolution for fire-
    works, the cost of which was ex-
    pected to be recoverable and add-

    the Challenger will load a ates ed that further provision would
    a}

    be sought when full estimates

    With regard to the placing of
    the orders, Dr. Cummins told the
    House that the Government had
    heen asked by the authorities to
    place ther as soon as possible

    they were expecting

    orders for large quantities and
    they should therefore not wait
    until the last moment to place
    them.

    On the recommendation of the

    Committee, the $10,000 set out in @

    the resolution had been asked for.
    He therefore begged to move
    that the resolution be passed.

    Mr, M. E. Cox seconded and
    the resolution was passed with-
    out further comment.



    Refuse Dumping
    Ground

    The Sanitary Department is at
    present dumping refuse on Mur-

    Ltd. The Cottica left port the same phy’s pasture which ig situated at

    day on its way to Trinidad.
    LUMBER AND BEER

    Pine lumber and a large ship-
    ment of beer were the chief items
    of the cargo of the Saguenay- Ter -
    minals steamship Sundial which
    arrived in port last Saturday.

    The Sundial also brought a ship-

    the rear of Mason Hall Street.
    This pasture is being built up by
    many feet.

    Eustace Deane, whose house
    was blown down last month and
    who now lives at the St. Michael's
    Almshouse, is employed levelling
    the refuse,

    A resident of the district told the

    the matter of preparing an



    -”'”-——
    750 For Expenses
    .
    Of Parliamentary
    2 . . Te «

    Delegation’s Visit

    The House of
    terday passed a
    $750 to meet the expenses in
    connection with the visit of the
    United Kingdom delegation of
    the Commonwealth Parliamen-
    tary Association to the West In-
    ares.

    Dr. Cummins said that hon-
    curable members were aware
    that the delegation would ‘be
    visiting Barbados and added that
    he local branch of the Common-
    wealt Parliamentary Associa-
    tion had met and requested that
    the sum mentioned ih the reso-
    lution should be voted in order
    to meet expenses with regard t~
    hotel accommodation, travelling
    in the island, entertainment and
    other contingencies.

    The Addendum ‘o the mesolu-
    tion reads: .

    The Local Branch of the Com-
    monwealth Parliamentary As-
    sociation, which comprises the
    members of both Houses of the
    Legislature, have agreed to ac-
    cept the proposal of the United
    Kingdom Branch of. the Associa-
    ion to send to the West Indies
    delegation consisting of feur
    members (two Conservative and
    two Labour) for a period of
    about three weeks during the

    Christmas recess of the House of
    Commons.

    Assembly yes-
    resolution for

    In order to cover as much
    ‘round as possible within the
    ime ihe whole delegation will

    visit Jamaica and Trinidad only,
    end for visits to other Colonies,
    the delegation will be split into
    two parties,

    Return fares to and from the
    Caribbean and between the Colo-
    nies will be met by the United
    Kingdom Branch of this Associa-
    tion. but internal travelling and
    hospitality will have to be met by
    the Colonies visited.

    It is estimated that a sum of
    $750 will be required to meet the
    cost of travelling and hospitality
    for a period not exceeding one
    week by the two Delegates who
    will visit Barbados.



    IN THE HOUSE YESTERDAY

    When the House of Assembly
    met yesterday Dr. Cummins laid
    the following

    Message dated the 10th of
    November, 1952 from His Excel-
    lency the acting Governor to the
    Honourable the House of Assem-
    bly regarding the visit of Her
    Royal Highness the Princess
    Royal to certain Caribbean Ter-
    ritories early next year

    Message dated the 13th of
    November, 1952, from His Excel-
    lency the Acting Governor to

    the Honourable the House of As-.
    sembly informing the Honourable
    House of Acts assented to in the
    name and on behalf of Her Mei-

    esty the Queen x
    Message dated the 18th of
    November, 1952, from His Excel-

    leney the Acting Governor to the
    Honourable the House of Assem-
    bly informing the Honouable
    House of the nomination of the

    Honeyrable J D Chandler,
    M.L.C and G H Adams,
    Esquire, C.M.G Qc. MCP.,

    » be representatives of Barba-
    jos at the Coronation of Her,
    Majesty the Queen
    Message dated the 17th of
    November, 1952, from His Excel-
    lenay the Acting Governor to
    the Honourable the House of
    Assembly informing the Honour-
    able House of an invitation from
    the Secretary of State for the
    Colonies to the Government of
    Barbados to participate in a Con-
    ference on West Indian Federa-
    tion to be held in London in
    March and April, 1953
    | Report of the Public Librarian
    for the year ended on the 3ist
    March 1952 to the Board of Trus-

    r. M. E. Cox laid the follow-

    Quarterly return of transac-
    tions in Rum to the 30th Septem.
    ber, 1952.

    Post Office Advances for Pay~-
    ment of Money Orders to 3ist
    August, 1952.
    Statement of







    accounts of the

    House Adjourns
    Until Dec. 16

    The House of Assembly on, the
    Dr. H, G, Cummins,
    rday adjourned until Tues<
    day, December 16 at 3.00 p.m.

    Mr. BE. D. Mottley (E), made 4
    motion to the effect that the House
    should be adjourned until Tues-
    day, January 7, at 3.00 pm. This
    was seconded by Mr. F, C, God-
    dard (E) but defeated by a 10—8
    majority.

    Voting against Mr, Mottley’s
    motion were: Mr. L. E. Smith,
    Mrs, E. E. Bourne, Mr. FE.
    Miller, Mr. E. W, Barrow, Mr
    C. E. Talma, Mr, E. St, C, Holder,
    Mr. M. E. Cox, Mr. J E. T.
    Branecker and Mr, O, T, Allder.
    Dr. H. G. Cummins,

    Voting for were: Mr, A. E, S,
    Lewis, Mr, L. A. Williams, Mr.
    W. A. Crawford, Mr. J. C.
    Mottley, Mr. V. B. Vaughan,
    Mr. J. A, Haynes, Mr, E. D.
    Mottley and Mr. F. C. Goddard.

    On hearing Mr. Mottley’s mo-
    tion, Dr. Cummins pointed out
    that there were urgent matters
    such as the curtailment of powers
    of the Legislative Council and
    Federation which the Leader of

    motion of











    London Express Sarvies

    |
    British West Indies Schooner
    Owners’ Association (Ine,) for
    the year ended 3ist December, |
    1951. |

    Notice was given of the follow-
    ing two Bills;—

    Bill intituled an Act to impos:
    a special levy on Sugar ana
    Fancy Molasses manufactured in
    this Island in the year 1952.

    Bill intituled an Act to make
    provision for the disposal of cer-
    tain moneys accruing in respect,
    of sales of sugar to Her Majestiy’s
    Government in the United King-
    dom ineluding the provision out
    of sueh moneys of funds for re-
    search and investigation concern-
    ing irrigation in the Island, and
    for the establishment of a Board
    in connection with such research
    and investigations and for mat-
    ters incidenta) thereto. :

    These were later read a first
    time. )

    Mr. J. E. T. Brancker asked
    questions relative to the com-
    inencement of bullding operations
    at the new Half-Moon Fort m-
    fants’ School.

    The House passed the follow-
    ing:—A Bill to amend the Mental
    Health Act, 1951.

    A Resolution for $10,000 to
    cover expenses
    with the celebration of
    Elizabeth [1's coronation. -

    A Resolution for §750 to cover
    expenses in connect with the
    proposed visit of the U.K. dele-
    gation of the Commonwealth
    Parliamentary Association.

    A Resolution for $11,121 to sup-
    plement the Estimates under
    various Heads. :

    A Resolution to give effect to
    ‘Pensionable Offices) (Amend-
    ment) No, 2 Order, 1952," made
    by the Governor under the pro-
    visions of section 2 (1) (a) of
    the Pension Act, 1947, which has
    been laid on the Table of both
    Houses of the Legislature.

    The House adjourned until De-
    cember 16,

    his motion, said that they had
    been having meeting after meet-
    ing and he did not see the point
    of saying that they must return
    to the House just one week be-
    fore Christmas,

    He knew they wopld get a
    quorum but he dad mae that
    nobody would want a quorum of
    enly Government members,

    He said that since the elections

    in December last year they did
    not yet have a break and were
    therefore entitled to it.
    _ Mr. F. ©, Goddard (E), second-
    ing Mr, Mottley’s motion said he
    did so on the grounds of Mr.
    Mottley’s argument,

    What Mr. Brancker
    Wants To Know

    When the House of Assembly
    met yesterday, Mr. J. E. T.
    Brancker asked Government
    questions relative .to the com-
    mencement of building operations
    at the new Half-Moon Fort In-
    fant’s School.

    The questions were:—

    1, What date has been decided
    upon for the commencement of
    building operations in connection
    with the new Half-Moon Fort In-



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    eet, % mer, Der, 1,200 bags of hen lores ot from the refuse is very annoying. Hotel aceommodation $210 recess, He said that the Leader Public Works Department that, in are scans
    Sight Drate” tease be, Paes of flour, @pd 50 rr - ’. “I hope the Department will find. Travelling in Barbados 140 would be returning to the island ®¢°rdance with long established yeh =
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    NESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952 BARBADOS ADVOCATE PAGE SEVEN

    .D.W. Grants In October Exceed $5,000,000


















    gest Grant| THE G@AMBOLS | in Goodness!

    r Drainage -
    eme InB.G.

    to the British Carib-
    ories urfder the twelve
    mt and Welfare
    Sof which approval was
    D the Comptroller dur-
    er totalled $5,293,795.

    ngs the total of De-
    and Welfare aid given |
    itish Caribbean terri- | 7

    fone $12,758,861. ay i

    of such aid since the | i

    opment and Welfare Soa - :

    eee eee as Force representatives from every |

    ‘ ee rs
    6, now fn LUMBER AND BEER colonial unit.
    tC) amounts to On Six Months’ © From Page 6 A King’s Colonial escort of
    under the command of Captain D. eight mounted officers was drawn

    the largest of the Oc- 2 She Seca A rae ia: from the contingent last time, it |
    s was that of $4,413, Bond For Selling Cook and its local agents are Plan- is expected that a Queen’s Colo-






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    The colonial military contin-
    gent for the Coronation proces-
    sion in June next year, it is
    learned, ‘will be considerably
    larger than the contingent which
    came to the Ux.ited Kingdom for
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    VI. Then 124 officers, and other |



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    . @ From Page 3 energy elsewhere, — 3 tations Ltd, 4 Sg aft. &* |
    : age ir sigg gs 0-24 of the Association from Wolf Cub Local Associations Invalid Ticket MOLASSES FOR TRINIDAD iecent sek aaa reared |
    ails of which have al- to Commissioner and from ordin- . The establishment of Local As- —_— sac Colonial territories are now
    ared in the Press. ary lay member to President. ee a ties meee Hig Worship Mr. E. A. McLeod, The 286 ton motor vessel Athel- choosing their official representa - |
    heme already made Greater attention has also been #0n@ ps vee ete nese’ Police Magistrate of District “A”, brook which arrived in the colony tives who will have seats at the «
    at for the establish- given to activities which not only sary for the development and pro- yesterday placed 24-year-old la- Of Saturday evening for a ship- Abbey ceremony. Some represen - a
    R public broadcasting relieve members of the public of gress of the Movement. bourer Arthur Harrison of Hag- ment of vacuum pai molasses, wat are mo Sasa several. —— le li Sof
    the four Windward money but demonstrate to them the “Captain R. A. Sealy is to be com- gatt Hall, St. Michael on a bond ‘eft port on the following day for in the squntey.< aes distinguis re VE té72 CPOE
    which a grant of use and value of Scouting, incul- \jimented on the success he hag for a period of six months in the Trinidad. ae tn facidithon: ° e offoial —
    i. a oe Seine’ Mas the Pemmcatee ok weit achieved with the LA. in St. sum of £2 for selling Harold coded THSEEe" imertss catoan'et Sosuntatives Colonial oven | There's always a clean hygienic
    made for four more help and independence. Michael South. Within the short Humphrey of Hastings, Christ 1 ‘ot ments are dealing with local fragrance in every room where

    space of six months this L.A. was Church an_ invalid 2/- Sweep- ae sr a oa a i
    started and is now well established, ¢, i rember 14, : agen ason Jones ce C0. at oe ctande ¢ : . onan
    wields an influence and steadily yoceivite A/C thw Coke. Peng Probyn Street. The vessel is under cial maggie along be routs, A|
    approaches financial independence, ” ; the command of Captain C, W further allocation o seats in|

    “is to be stepped up to 400 Another matte a ae stands is likely for students from |
    Bite aie s ivity atter for regret is the Humphrey should have received Williams. er ere A 4
    er evenunlly Mcreste area ae the imability to get a Branch of the a Barbados Turf Club 2/- Sweep- RUM FOR NASSAU oe ee ee
    Eco: rane Sy potential output aadentie Care try oe given ; B.P. Guild of Old Scouts started. stake ticket for the Autumn meet- alee x U.K, next year.
    me, tumber to ~4,000,000 mmittee for a year of i+ was hoped to mark the 40th

    eet annually, of which great activity and much progress. ing of 1952 but was handed a Another departure on Sunday 4 pron

    : ; Birthday of Scouting in Barbados ,; i i , Was the motor yessel Jenkins eos |
    would be available for I am heartened by the healthy in- }y the i hi h ticket for the Spring Meeting of Dich late Trini. 80 far to attend the Coronation |
    > the Caribbean. A grant terest and zeal of lay members of oe oe Se ee 1952 by the defendant, a which left port for Trini inoleer |

    : N, Gib-

    0 i a is Council and E i i ; -. " ika: Cs
    } +3 man at teauean ie The ae ase tuber dvanan: ious that this should be done, Harrison pleaded guilty. Sgt. E. On board the Jenkins Roberts is ce eeenes: Conn B1 oe
    for the purchase of tionately shared, Formerly these Proficiency Badges King. attached to Central Police g large shipment of rum which Karimiee, OBE, Rae. Whom Paes

    ; : i i as standing Station prosecuted for the Police, jt is taking to Nass yhere it will . 7 ’

    t for clear e . bodies consisted mostly of Scout _ There has been no outstan Pp i r it is taKing to Nassau, where it will \areaile. of of the Chagea:
    Waits “aha Wow the hamns members with very few lay mem- Sate Teadidanae —_< Xt trom information received. travel-to after’ leoving Trinidad. ss Phillips, CBE

    thi ; ers, Today the position is i - tainin onclenc) Bes. : The vessel is under the com- aa raiia. Rite: De
    oo ae 7 chee verse. This is as if should be, pare the first time an Island Badge Harold Humphrey of Hastings, mend of Capenin George ‘Porcusen Geovge Paviides CBE “Haboue-
    " wi y , ots ‘ ate aa a dalie , § ieorge Pe 2s, C.B.E., -
    Meal staff until 1956. ialedne ‘s eieenies ae aad = ae chee ae be weet Caster war to teakl ie poe a be ps and is consigned to Messrs. A. E. able ‘Nehmet Halid Bey
    elieving Scoutmasters o is re- 7 eae » arter ne ~ Harris & Co. Ltd. ; i ahoney, } c ‘hil?

    $60,000 phe peor Mage ening ee they brad ere, oo ae Bag oor J Tafey egred — the eaacent he saw ~ Hi i . Co. Ltd J ee J. A. Mahoney, M.B.E. Lovely Childrem. 8

    et on with eir ma job— . 8 7 = ’ ant ¢ t suspicious. e L : FO “G, "TH ; > : .
    her $60,000 is to be made Paining of the Scout, eae Mr. Carter is well aware of our ae ted wee ans ee it aus peta ; “cee Mr. P. G, Russo,
    , spc i ic in i j ‘ ry ns *

    b An achievement of the year has Weaknesses in this direction and is \ 4. 4 ticke Spring Meet- The schooner Everdene was O.B.E., J.P. — They’. ‘ se
    oe ee Ser baee been the establishment of a Broiey hard at work on the organisation of ioe a tis ccdabettoe tee Kalnann yesterday loading a quantity of Grenada; rT. A. Marryshow. | ey re going to be sturdy és
    d to the provision already Troop at Harrison College. Strange this phase of our work, | : meeting “of 1952. lime which is being shipped by St. V mncent: 7 * ane grown-ups some day, and they'll
    for the appointment to the 28 it may be thought the Boy While this is for the time being Manning & Co. for British Guiana. St. Lucia: I. L, Charles, : need their good health for the big
    of a Development Com- Scout Movement in Barbados was centralised (and L.H.Q, has given He then reported the matter to The Everdene arrived in the Dominica: Howell Shillingford.

    this S-M-O-O-T-H Paste
    cleanser is used. Pots, Pans,
    and Tiles, Sinks, and Paintwork
    respond quickly to its treat-
    ment —there’s not a scratch
    in a mountain of Chemico.

    ing part of the de- Plans for the future include an applications for seats in the offi-|
    plan of British Hon- extension of this practice along

    generation of the pine with increase in lay membership



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    alls i. ; eae things they’re goi . Thei
    oN actually ‘born’ at Harrison Col- povmaieeton ae this) eg oe the Police. colony two weeks ago som B.G, Sevonelites Honourable Marcel bodies sn ie tat on ee
    _ lege although the first Scout Troop Organisation scheme in the inter- with a cargo of charcoal and fire. Lemarchand. =s 1

    of the Leeward Island was attached to Combermere nn of in nee of gra mel REMANDED wood for the island, Master of the ian et yt A, Persie bs They take Cod Liver Oil!

    re ; § ‘a 4AS, W1 in Ue course be given - Srynees ‘ tv s ae j E; *hillips mante, Sir arold / an, olone S . a >, Cc aa ie

    $ Oe eee ee orhe at the leading Winer Grane Sthoole their responsibility in this matter, His Worship remanded Glad- sir Wie condiment * denons” i G. Curphey. | sennc s puss Cod Liver, Oil)
    $45,216 is allocated to St. Harrison College and Lodge The real object of the Badge Sys- ston Ifill alias Tony Galento, of 2G. ners’ Association. @ On Page 10 ger banccen tage EE i
    levis. for the construction School. tem must not be lost sight of by Watkins Alley, St. Michael until ‘ | It is of particular value iit keépiite



    children free from colds and
    chest troubles,

    ani , The seed of a healthy-to-be Scouters in pandering to their November 25 when he appeared
    's ) 1

    Prnguilin and $94,088 to plant have been sown and with oer rage for an oe. = before him yesterday charged with |

    ise * 3 vs : adges—the . ~ ete! : ac |

    . th let ¢ careful attention the future of Padges ie expenditure of effort inflicting grievous bodily harm on |
    C ay Mil and. St, John's Scouting in Barbados is assured, 0 the boy's part, the cultivation Mark Roach on November 4. For all white shoes —

    is. Another grant to the Decrease of a hobby’ and oe a guide Bail in the sum of £5 was offered.

    d Islands is one of $7,200 _ An examination of the Census ‘°° ae a OF "SSS. INDECENT LANGUAGE

    -to Antigua for the setting Returns discloses a decrease of 8 anks

    i . Groups and 48 Scouts all ranks. Our profound thanks are due alae elias
    a Pencse tr —Tt This v7 not to be regarded with to the Government for their con- _ Hubert Cumberbatch __ bette:

    dismay. It represents the riddance .‘nued Grant and especially fox known as “Lord Goth’ ' of Carring-
    iacou, in the Grenadines, of ‘dead wood’ of which there is their very generous contribution ton’s Village, St. Michael was
    benefit from a grant, of yet much more, In the past Cen- Which made representatiqn at the placed on a bond for one month
    D0 for agricultural develop- sus Returns have included recruits Caribbean Jamboree possible; to by His Worship yesterday who
    ; an estate is to be bought in all ranks—recruits who in most a Canadian for the handsome gift found him guilty of using indecent
    orked up (possibly later on cases remained as such and should of $1,000; to the several individ- Janguage on Tweedside Road on
    land settlement scheme),.and not have been counted as Scouts. uals dnd firms who contribute an- November 10.
    onal staff is to be appointed Census Forms were improperly nually as members of the Associa~- } seat
    island. Help will be given filled in and there was no check on tion; to Rediffusion for permitting Police Constable Bannister told |
    on growers, particularly in the accuracy of them. “A flaw in a monthly broadcast; to the Press the court that while on duty along
    vention of soil erosion. the foundation is pretty sure to be for making the public aware of Tweedside Road on November 10
    ally, a grant of $39,360 is followed by a crack in the super- our activities; to the British Coun- he heard the defendant using
    to the government of Ja- structure”, Hence in our re-or- cil for many services; to a large indecent language. The defendant
    for extension of the scheme ganisation plans every effort is be- number of lay folk who serve on wa. in a group of other men. |
    the improvement of. district ing made to ensure that good Council, on Committees and Local m1 eelhchi: alae dienes 3 |
    supplies to May Pen and Scouting replaces bad Scouting. I Associations and as Secretaries and Cumberbatch said that he he
    Paths : foresee even greater reductions in Treasurers and to that body of men been to the races on November 10 |
    oer numbers in the interests of effi- and women who find time in the and the same night while telling
    ciency, ae oe ee of Sere some men how he had lost his
    : : Black Spots to help Almighty Cae S money the policeman came up and
    itain Will Lend + Until this sneha oF the Report temple on earth by erecting ee arrested him. He could not remem-
    i "" is reached it would seem that this £0lding—the Boy Scout Movement, }., using indecent language.

    ‘ fe,
    7 saet T j S year’s work and record savour of # department of human li i:
    vid iu 1 Oo J : ,
    it 1 e“* the flamboyant. There have been Th Report pened with a ON BOND FOR WOUND NG

    P many bright patches in Scouting A oy Oe ee ae ERC RR, ear=
    the request of the United : lament; it closes with a lament. yjs Worship also placed 40-year
    Government, the British anettenl thet thelr lustre te dimmed We deeply lament the departure »jq domestic servant Clariss,

    ent has agreed to make from the island of our beloved Brooks of Watkins Alley, St.
    ble to the U.S. 20,000 by the enormity of the black spots. Crier Scout, Sir Alfred Savage. Michesl on a bond for six months
    tons of aluminium which spirit, a degree of disloyalty, in- Achievements during the year jo the sum of £2 for wounding
    otherwise have been de- cumcient attention to the main ob- Under review have been largely Irene Edwards also of Watkins
    to the United Kingdom. ject of Scouting—the formation of ue to his selfless and inspiring ‘Alley on her head with a stick on
    s tonnage will be loaned character and the making of MEN. leadership, He will always be re- venues 18
    December and the rest ‘The boys are there and they are Membered as the first Rho .
    the first quarter of *953. willing to be led. Only the best - oe ree Wa eenaite ai Edwards said that during x dis-
    : 4 i fon i ; i it her on the
    similar arrangement was it Tine aie hea ok ee terest and active participation in 4a oe Rey ot radon iaithe
    at the end of November, accordingly. In the task to which @! our activities have been very o | Hospital where . the
    and the beginning of 1952, 6 are committed there is too encouraging and it is no exaggera~ Genera a i

    the British Government juch at stake and the laissez-faire tion to state that our Branch can wound was stitched.
    d to divert 25,000 metric tons attitude of the past must yield to ill afford to lose so true a Scout as UNCONSCIOUS MAN.
    anadian aluminium to the 4 more vigorous playing of the Our local Chief Scout has proved

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    in company, must be spot-
    less, immaculate. Use
    Propert’s White Renovato
    or Propert’s Shuwhite, No
    surer way of making sure
    that white shoes are white!




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    . AIF the aluminium lent Game of Scouting. Seouters alive himself to be. Shortly after 5.40 p.m. on No~
    Wider these two agreements, {9 their responsibilities should re- | We “ao lament his going even vember 17 the Police received 4 |

    DO tons in all, will be replaced tire to a less exacting role— though we are happy that he has call through the 999 system one
    1955, or earlier should ut’ ;--enues for service are many and earned such promotion in the ser- Rudolf Carrington of Eagle Hall, |
    e@en eventualities require it. 2» :jed—when they find that lack vice of Her Majesty the Queen. St. Michael, that a man was lying |
    ‘The reason for the U.S. re- 9 -ime prevents them carrying out We wish him and his charming jn an unconscious condition in |
    st is the serious loss © a the duties of office satisfactorily. lady God speed and Good Scout- front of the Rediffusion building. |
    inium production in the United Highest standards must be ses ing! : aes
    ates pote by power shortages and Toaiateined and “those unable J, E. GRIFFITH, A 999 van aresyed. of ne
    } the Pacific Northwest and the to measure up thereto must seek Major, and the man was aken |
    nessee Valley. outlet for any pent-up emotion and Island Commissioner. General Hospital. |

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    WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952

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    , =
    rELEPKONE 2508 =
    nn PEs iatesisa nang tien REAL ESTATE | ’ y = :
    is ; = . .
    FOR RENT FOR SALE BUNGALOW — One roomy Searogm | , VACANT POST
    . . tone bungalow, large living room kitcher y j Government Printer, Government Printing Office
    bath, situated on sea, Welches : St. Vincent
    — apes Ch. Dial 8345 16.11. 52—2n , ) Ninth ene ‘dine fevagh 2
    HOUSES AUTOMOTIVE penne aes an = | aoukeeiene tesa invita for the post of Government Printer,
    alee ssckbtainaehasdiaieedaedi diate daiedhiesnbnie. SE SPOT ’ = | ce, St. ncent, .
    House spot on Blue Waters Terrace, ’ ae 2. The salary of the post is in the sca isi
    At ST. LAWRENCE ON-S@A BKEDPORD VAN — 10/12 ewts Uit-}opposite Col. Vidmer with view of In Carlisle Bay ‘ 9 ak CH : : REE FR = increments of $72 to $1,680 per annum mg ey p cf —
    A small cottage, fuily furnished, iwo te riled Sha _in feally good condition Zoe y Heach. Phone D Verne _Séhodoiiers:— Franklyn DR... D'Ort = | scale at which the successful candidate will be a pointed will an
    bedrooms; electricity and Wa Very | , Courtesy Garage 20 | confident 1G 7 = on his qualifications ; 7 ppoiny wil? depend
    good sea-bathing. immediate possession 14118260. | —$————— nn | LONG ONT TG Island Star. Bverdene, = | qualifications and experience. A temporary cost of living
    Apply ““Hollywood", St. Lawrence Gap. | - ndeanllia vam ee imat ods rable dwellingho c | eee Laudalpha, Gardenia W | allowance of not less than $317.44 per annum is payable
    9.11.52 CAR—FI th Sed ‘ X—36 “OV Y situate at Graeme “9 be a y i so aaah : rs
    ere wd eee | Meceliont a anattines Tanke Bianc 2: Terrace, Christ Church standing on 23,636.| Motor ere a Radar | cuales — eens is pensionable and will be subject to the
    FLAT & HOUSE — fully furnished,/C/o-C. L. Gibbs & Co, Lad. —t square feet of land S.S. Canadian ct longs 8.93 z "Windwent thane a General Orders and Financial Rules
    St. Lawrence On-Sea. Phone 3509 | 19.11.52—1n]| The House conta ‘ 2 open galleries, Aca Mel renee 4 oe a = | of the Windward Islands in force for the time being.
    29.3.52—1.f drawing, dining and breakfast roo rom Montreal under Capital N, = z a aeediein . aa ; ; .
    a 3 rir ts: | MoAg isk Vauemall Wale 1g.090 miles |Dedroomns each with running wi Cu Consigned to -GardinereAtstin 2 a | his =. Free passage to St. Vincent will be provided for the officer,
    PLATS ABERGELDIE—One (1) three Excellent condition Phone Burke | Kitchenette toilet and bath. Electric light |“ Le f | = his wife and children, not exceeding five persons in all.
    SS: Kallada, 4
    bedroom. One 1) one bedroom urtesy Garage 4569 19. 11.52—2n | 4nd gas cen servants’ toilet and bath | ¢! eau fe eae ge Britict } 5. Government Quarters are not provided.
    Apply to Mr. C. Field. Dial 4255 a a in yard, also orchard oe Sapiain & iley*. Con- | 6. n Ded a ‘ .
    18.11.52—6n | _CAR—Ford Prefect Car, excellent con-| Inspection every day between tne hours |"#"ed to Da Costa & Co., Ltd | ment ons lon te Printer is responsible, through the Govern-
    i . —" | dition. Dial 4050 day-time — 8678 night. | of 4 and 8 p.m SS Cotte TURES : etary, to the Administrator for the discipline and the
    FARAWAY — Fully curnished 3 bed. | time. Charles Smith 18.11,52-6n | The above property will be set up for| $5. Cottica for Tmidad. | eaier oe orderly continuance of the work relating to the Gov-
    room house, St. Philip coast. Lighting sale at Public competition at our office sor 4” Grenada | ernmen inting Office; and f r , i
    plant, Watermill supply. Carport, 2| CAR—QOne Citreon Car, excellent con-|im Lucas Street on Friday the 2Ath | M.V. Moneka for Dominica +t ieee oe th enanlawene Bev 8 a Se eee and continuous employ-
    Servant rooms. Monthly rent 960 plus jdition. Phone REDMAN & TAYLOR'S | November at 2 p.m 7. Appli r sabe 4 ,
    $3 cleansing charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial| GARAGE LTD. 15.11 .52—3n CARRINGTON & SFALY, Seawell 2. ae . Applicants should possess qualifications in printing and book-
    4476 1.11.52—t.f.n. | ST 19.41.5290 = hindine —— peoanee experience. :
    — Standar iP. Tyres & Bat- = . Applications should be addressed to the Assistant ‘Administr:
    NEWHAVEN — a-\t © od ¢ i 2 SMALL pIES § ,ALS y = a=
    re EWHAVEN — Fully furnished ¢-bed- ‘tery new, in good condition, Dial 2802.| 4. Us male’ phebatty at. abe ACW Eataah Witer : J = tor and Establishment Officer, Government Office, St. Vincent, and
    3 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- | ——_____ | Street. It consists of house and shop. | Frem Trinidad: CHURCHILL ana tis OR ATTLEB ana nis Ez | should reach him not later than 30th November, 1952.
    mill supply. Monthly rent $78 plus $3| CAR—One Vauxhall VELOX, practically | Price $0.00 F. Van Putten, J. Emmerson, B. Garson, historidal associations revolutionary past = 9.11.52—2n.
    charge, IN ADVANCE. Dial/new, only done 4,000 miles. Phone Three (3) smali properties at King’s |A. Greive, S. Debysingh, A. De Lima s
    2.11.52—t.f.n. |REDMAN & TAYLOR’S GARAGE LTD. | Village. not far from King Street K. Tausig, L. Tausig, C. B e, D =
    icecream i tian = aie 15 aie ta. One (1) small property at Fields Gap, | Bourne, E. Ede, D. Ede, M oo 2 j
    ONE HOUSE—Howell's Cross Road { —_—-_+4-—_-- —_—__—_—_—._.- | Bank Hall with water and light NOVEMBER 18TH =
    consists of large drawing goom, 2 bed- CAR+One Vauxhall, 19399 model 25 One (1) small property at Fairfield R. Skinner, G. Martin, H. Mediam, G = |
    rooms, shedroof and kitchen. $20.00 H.P. in good condition. For roe juities Road, Black Rock. & consists of Ys of Craig, J. Craig,.W. Craig, P Roweliffe 3 |
    per month. Dial 4837 18.11.82—2n.' Mrs. A. ‘G. Bancroft, Woodside. F an acre of land and double roofed he A. Rowcliffe, €. Scott, B. § D. = ee eee
    . : 5 —2n. 1 croft, oodside, Fon- yuble roofs nouse, | A owcliffe Sco Scott ) = a er a ee
    an ENeSER — tabelle. Di 3940 ~ Frrice $2500.00 Scott, andial, Thom ps =
    ONE FURNISHED FLAT at Manhaten, ee, eee ee “or DARCY A. SCOTT, views Sate en a 2 ROYAL NETHERLANDS iF
    on sea, Welches, 3 bedrooms, servants| CAR-—One Vauxhall Velox. 14,000 mil Auctioneer, NOVEMBER 17TH =
    room and gatage, enclosed yard, Fridge|Can be seen Eckstein’s Garage, Bay Middle Street R. Roger W. Smith, J. Biondin, $ CHURCHILL ana Ats TT LEE and Anis = STEAMSHIP co.
    end all modern conveniences. Apply: | Street, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m 19.11.52—-2n. | Tavior, L. Sales, G. Cheesman, D. Kay, devastating sallies. . OR deflating retorts a SAILING FROM EUROPE
    S'dos Furniture Remover, Dial 3309 16.11. 92—320 | ——$—— | T Spirn, RR Gittens, G. Gittens, | . 5 = S.S. BOSKOOP 21st November 1952 ADVOCATE
    BS aE SESE. saptnncraldvieceichoetliee neh iiss eae Acie “VISBY"—A one-storey Dwellinghouse | Best, A. | Holder, = M.S. ELIZABETH BORNHOFFEN . ™
    ee STANDARD 6 H.P. X997 in good|situate opposite the open land of/ Prem Antigua: = 27th November, 1952
    SOME Two (2 > gph rooms.)| condition. Three new tyres, new battery “Waterloo” at EAGLE HALL ROAD,| K. Mohan, W. Jeffery = M.S. STENTOR 12th December 1952 TI ;
    Barbados Bakeries Ltd., James Street. | Phone D. E. Worme 4599 St. Michae standing on 33,078 square NOVEMBER 16TH S M.S. H 19t 6 STA’ oO Yy
    Phone 4758. 18.11. 52—6n. | 18.11.52—2n | feet of land, and containing 3 bedrooms D. Lovell, J. Spence, J. MeKay, J = RAILING TD EUROPE. P
    “ eee fUSUA PUblic rooms and conveniences. | Allen, J. Rix, W. Thomas M.S. WILLEMSTAD 2nd December, 1952
    =—_—_——_—_ Is - ectricity as r jovernment Via : $ t
    | .oSSS Gas Meenas Hes, | eric cen crs Covenant Week| Mar emer eee = | samane, Sp pminien avian snemiesen mene
    WANTED Austin, A-40, Vauxhall Velox, Ford Pre- Garage etc. in yard | Ver Antigua: M.S. NESTOR 28th November 1952
    fect, Chrysler Windsor suitable for Hire Inspection on application to Mrs D. Browne, M. Greenawa M.S. STENTOR 26th December 1952
    x especially and a 1938 Chrysler Roya) | Hutchinson next door. NOVEMBER 15TH = SAILING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO Just the little shop in the village
    suitable for conversion to Pickup—Dial The property will be set up for sale G DeFreitas, H. Williams = M.S. AGAMEMNON 24th November, 1952
    HELP 4616, Courtesy Garage 14.11.52—6n. | by Public competition at our office, For Venezuela: = M.S. ALSTERTAL 3rd December 1952 where the Best Books, Stationery
    A scsinepctih initia dadintiinainite tient _...- | James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursday! j; Mitchell, N. Chalband, R. Curtiss 2 S._S. BOSKOOP 8th December 1952
    COOK — Experienced sound cook | ELECT Al ath November at 2 pm ves B. Curtiss M. Curtiss, J. Curtiss, W = M.S. ELIZABETH BORNHOFFEN and Xmes Cards are now on show.
    Apply: Colony Club. St. James ‘ pee Ce aa RICA ah Rhee YEARWOOD oa aes Dormer, Morea S (CURACAO ONLY) 12th December 1952
    19.11.52-—3n ~ OUT . fag s 1 For St Ss: = | Ss. P. MUSSON, SON & CO. LTD., ;
    Rate ¥ Sera OWN roe —_———————————— D. Moore, G. Roberts, E, DeFreitas = Agents.
    EXPERIENCED QUALIFIED BOOK-) 0 ‘S — For Guadeloupe OR ATTLEE ana fis deft =
    KEBPER for Limited Liability Compayy One K.B. 6 tube Batteny Set Radio, AUCTION _L. Martin ¢ ‘ ness im the carden =
    eee Box 44, eet a ait complete with two Batteries, one Pick- *¢ ‘oe z aha ian a iona ea Ss
    Wit. 3 2 n. | up and one 12 volt wind charger, Apply }| —— —— - . . 2 t Ti 5
    ——_——_———~--- Mr. Fredie Rowe, Bay Wood, St. James For OF. Laie: ; =
    MISCELLANEOUS 9 iis2n| UNDER THE SILVER ee et we ee : i
    * abl x Drayton —Mt STALIN ARR, = lilies aaa —
    - ——— —— : : ee) For Trinidad: LAST MONT BY gg <2 = UTHBOUND Berbed
    WANTED TO BUY RADIOGRAM-—No reasonable offer re- HAMMER esis g 50
    6-TON LORRY in good condition. Full | ‘ed. Apply A. Garnes, Y¥ ee A On Tuesday 25th by order of Mrs = HW. Sn She 3 aga a abrehon D & er = wentres) ualitas ‘aetlen iisseees 18 tor
    details and price to Box Q.R. Advocate 11.52—2n | Boyce we will sell her Furniture.on No. wii, 1. Bennett Millet, C. Git Pam a sea 3 % TN 18 Nov Sails
    Co. 18.11,52—Tn | ~~ nye arenes —]3 Flat “Whitehall, Hastings Jas . saaite " aoe / y 3 anadian Challenger .. ++ 4 Nov. | ‘ov. -- .
    | X'MAS TREE |LIGHTS with Nursery] which’ includes ee Oe ey Sigua Gates > 2 anadian Cruiser . ++ 4:25 Nov. 28 Now bs Pen ae
    Rhymes (12 to set) Dial 4391 Cour- | Extension Dining Table, Sideboard, Up- yy Chin. C Williams, H. Williams =
    | tesy Garage 14.11.52—6n. | right Chairs, China Cabinet, 4 very nice |\)" Fyrunner, K. Vincent-BrownreM . = NORTHBOUND
    ANNOUNCEMENTS Morris Arm chairs with spring cushtons’ |, PMWM, I, Wael Rowmnrine : Arsives | Salle Arrives Arrives Arrives Arrives
    , | LIVESTOCK Vitrolite Top Coffee Table, Ornament |4!kins, E. Roopnarine na = Barbados Barbados Boston St.John Halifax Montrea!
    Saisie’ and Cock-Tail Tables; Electric Floor |W- Kali.) oar 2 .: 20 Nov. $3.Nov. 1 Dee. 1a 4 Deo. _
    ene , rene Re ve ———— | Lamp, Round and Drop Leaf Tables; J aa Sa Fander ial = ‘ov a i : “a
    SOM of Fatatings and Shell-| canes vel bred Helfer Calves: P. Daok, Rockers, Waggon, Berbice} _F--Arvelo, E. ‘Arvelo, H. Vander Lain = = 19 Dec. 20 Dec ; 23 Dec. 27Dec. 3 —
    < Standard Dairy, Holetown. Dial 0163, ; “hi i Bland, | Berry, J Bull H s 2
    work by Mrs. J, M. Forster, paintings 19. 11.591 Shair all in Mahogany; Glass and Chima;| > ..\ dora. J. Strosnyder, A. Roman = = nant isetgsenyhiietnacneieietinaie .
    by Nan Kendall, at Barbados Museum, | ~m. | Pyrex and China Dinner Services; Rush Shilling Or OVEMBER STH = g Sex fisted: savilocdacs: ‘kel
    Wrst )s Bie “gUinsse's tn pan, te qRACE HORSE—Galashiels, 3 year old Seite Moma worn Cittndan Chats: | S- Singh, C. Singh, Hi Singh. 2 _= » apply to—
    -â„¢m. -â„¢. m. hilly by Vmiddad (winner of the Ascot illips Radio; Mo re 5 M. Robertson, arrain = 2
    6 p.m. 2.11,2—13n- | Gold Cup and second in the Derby) out | Singl€ Bedsteads in Mahogany and meet J. Bradshaw, D. Catwell = CHURCHILL and Ms QR ATTLES anit nis matter ‘ GARDINER AUSTIN & CO., LTD. —Agents.
    of La Bora (winner and dam of winners) | W'th Vono Springs, Deep eet eee, 2 J. Chu, M. Chu, deePeters, = sense of Grama. . Of-fact “tritude
    by Palais Royal. “Remainder ot pedigree | Mattremes: Mind Pres, Drewing |i “Gonsalves, T- Gude, M. Slater, J]
    Kolex Watches BACH retniveds “Adei Bee VS Painted Press, Dressing Tables, Bedstead, Bernard, V. Deverteull KR. Muith, -T 2 1
    LOUIS L. Poet rss ih otha ei so Pit ee ead <0. Cradles, High Chair &c eons ee Smith ha ae aia oe if a
    “S . na, Bedste and Spring; Presco efrig J L
    BAYLEY RACE HORSES — 2 y.9.. hait-bred | Mitor 18, months) in perfect condition, | : = If only
    Bolton Lane Siaot corambunrtan af waahetc, Hea fane, Wetnenowe Nevigerans kites 6 Resolution To 3 :
    3 i p y P| abine! ess, Le ers, Enam. Top | = ee
    |e at, tag, November, mecting. wre | Tables New Falke 2 Burner Oll Stove: | = we could
    by Jetsam out of Quick Wit, Nominated ind ‘Utena, Baby "Beling Bletric Stove { Approve Leave = OUTWARLD FROM THE UNITED KINGDOM
    foxt "year, Placed “Sth in only race, | (good) Garden Hose and many other $ = combine Vessel From Lea Due
    ey pirce ’ * | items. ost ied = tS
    ums leed Pies ache eee 18.11.52—3n This Furniture is chiefly modern and is |Passages P. pon é 3 Cy 3 ves Brdos
    in perfect condition. 3 3.S. “TACO! ”
    i Sale 11.30. o'clock Terms Cash.! se of Assembly yester- = the two 3 a MA STAR .. Liverpool 15th Nov, 28th Nov,
    MECHANICAL BRANKER, TROTMAN & CO.,| 1° House of Assemb y ses = = |SS, “SCHOLAR” s : :
    ‘ital haters adidas “\ day postponed a resolution to = = m P -. M’brough
    Teeth oose! ee Sr Meatless? 19.1.a2—-an| epnove She, order ansitied “Z|; 9) mone a (Ss ‘P . London °* 26th Nov. 1th Dee,
    ($98.00). Apply: Clarendon Alleyne, Phe Se ee Civil Establishment (Leave Pas- = a? = S.S. “CR ” = ++ ondon * , ec,
    Gi, (Ttoe noone. Ait 08 C/o Masaiae eS sages) (Amendment) Order, 1952 = ei OFTER *» 44 Glasgow &
    Linotype Dept. 19.11.52—1in . . 2 = i
    oR . PERSONAL made by the Governor-in-Ex- = Liverpool29th Nov. 10th Dec
    bs _- cane ee e by . ions on 081A nepreecnntiptatleiaaaiih : :
    , : CAMERA~—Hodak Reflex 3.5 coated lens e or ttee on October 16. " a
    7) mm Boh) | with fash attachment and all eolour | ctative Comal " HOMEWARD FOR THE UNITED KINGDOM
    filters, $200.00 for quick -“ 11 ae in The public are hereby warned against Notice of the resolution was a o { Vessel
    ll, " giving credit to any person + merece viven on November /11, and Dr. Ss an oO rime ) For Closes in
    > wever r ar as do no : ,
    MACHINE—Singer Treadle Sewing Ma-|oiq ineself responsible for anyone con-|H. G, Cummins took charge of SS. “BURMOUNT” L ,,_, Barbados
    chine. Dial 2947, R,. Areher McKenzie, | tracting any debt or debts in my name]it yesterday, S.S. “PHILOSOPHER” ondon 21st Nov.
    Bbc enertar Street 16.11.62—-3n. | uniess by a written order signed by me x LONDON 19 years later did the french ~ London 22nd Nov.
    eer wer Mie eM ot oe KENNETH B. GREAVES, > ris sis ctrl | rated: os asl ad $ ‘
    | re . Band Saw, 1 Plan Svelin's Avenve, as ut re ds me. ey? da Cunha, loriely outpost ; Frigate La Belle Poule, with the For further information apply to - - -
    thine, der, d y geste “ s > s ‘oO! r rec ici ; £
    tumning lathe with slide rest and Cabinet ye! ees because they only knew about of the: Cot 1onwealth rising like Prince of Joinville on, board, ar- DA COSTA & co. LTD. —A ‘ents
    oe : d |of turning tools, Phone 8332, . id Mf tera the wnatter that dav, He ssid thas some tiny mole-hill out of the|rive to remove his remains to ; 7 s
    orrhea an 19,11, 52-—5n iran aiaabtiaie loeindds + "7 Fe! * ““|vastness of the South Atlantic, is | France
    t was a matter that should be},,,. oe r
    Sto Py : proud possessor of a record few Toda the site of the resi .
    - 4 ‘gr@: | vone into carefully, ' PORnes® é y, on the site of the resi- rte
    rie | MSCELLANEOUS PURLIC NOTICES Mr. E. D. Mottley (E), said that anes territories can boa a on | dence specially built for Napoleon, |
    n ours | ANTIQUES — Of every description. : he was always willing to deal ristan crime is virtua un-/|stands a new government dairy. |
    ums, sore mouth, or joose |Glass, China, old Jewels, fine Silver with matters of urgency if they|*°w2. The 270 inhabitants live a|A herd of Ayrshire cattle pro- M. V. athe, M/V. “CARIBBEE" will
    me are @ victim r- | Watercolours. Early books, Maps, Auto- NOTICE 1 simple life. To a lz di hey te ept Cargo and Passengers for
    or th orsomebaddiseass |araphs etc., at Gorringes ‘Antique Shop . were given the same day but ob-]" : . To a large degree they | vides an important source of milk, Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
    that will e use you to lose al) | adjoining Royal Yacht Club, Owen Clarke of Orange Grove, st.jjected to coming into the House] ®fe self-supporting, growing much|and the first progeny of these DE Nevis and St. ‘Kitts, Sailing
    betore ‘you Spa haze to ‘wear telse recta ‘ 3,2.52—t.f,n. | Joseph offers his services as Interpreter] and not knowing what they were]f their own food and making}cows have now reached the breed- TMeedasy, Sone
    your stom $$] of Spanish and wiling also to teach], ir ow :
    pave spread | ‘rAPE—1'% Rolls Venetian Blind Laduer Spantah, ‘Anyone desirous of my'services | 200ut to do, re own, Clothes. Money, there-|ing stage. ‘They recently began The M/V. “« ”
    throughout rite ae ee pty tee Tape for making Venetian Blinds. Dial may write to the above address He felt that every member was rion little ve and because | calving. | = be iperivins ts Barba- novent \Cared gua akeiats biter
    are or Be wa 32, n 19.11.52—1n] entitled to get an order paper and|° is many of the crimes which, St. Helena, unlike Tristan da jos on 4th No- D >a, Oi 3
    fore it is _ a rnnerennecnanpenenenamennyice : : : ‘ . e€ s | jominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
    ; cause notonly | BINOCULARS Schutz-Kassel, best resolutions before hand if he or|it breeds are unknown. No police-| Cunha does not boast a crime free | vember and will be sailing Nevis and St. Kitts, Satling
    tne tees of Chronie rheuma- |¢ierman make, 10 fold magnification, LOST . FOUND |“ to represent the people}men patrol the island and there|reeord, but even so, crime is at on WEDNESDAY 26th No- Friday, 28th inst.
    : _ ? brand new beautiful leather case, going & properly. ¥ Do prison. a very low figure * ‘There were| vember, for St. Lucia, St,
    oe ay Siseotoay of oe rae 181/182 Roebuck Btreet, er phone 4000.” He hed. no order: ADEE and Wee Ty Tri only 17 cases tried in the St. Hel-|{!} Vincent, Grenada, Aruba, 08 ees 7
    sc ts t abies ine new 19.11.52—In resolutions therefore he felt that] , U™til 1949, when the Tristan da ; |} accepting Passengers and ASSOCIATICN (INC.),
    ey It penetrates right to the —_- LOST he could not do justice to himself Cunha Development Corporation ena Gupceme Court during the! Freight,
    the trouble, gums from bleed- | BOAT —21 x 7” 6” Boat, “NAHLIN,’ en sictoennner ; - As r came into being, the: _jten year period ending 1951; six) Consignee. Tele. No. 4047,
    a very first day, quickly takes the \forrie Marine Engi Radustion Gay BRACELET- h November, on Broad/ and his constituency. g, there was no reg-| .¢ them were for sheep stealin 19.11.52—2n,
    teas gut Rs mouth, and soon Hull’ and: ‘canine a aoe ates ae Street, Oxidised Sil Chain Bracelet Mr. Mottley asked the Speaker ular employment for the island's P L.E.S 8.)
    to .W. W. B. we 4 egg stony ts that Ready for launching, 600 Ibs. lead on ecset 2 pera bs el icthenies to exercise his authority and sée labour force. But even the incen- ene bi
    ASRS Atd Hfotenen for ten genre Mey | ant lond separately, Seen at Vache Chas. [See Reward offered. jo AR neal aperatepag og fF oo God arom eee ee
    ur tocth,, xi eding and I had | Phone Drs. Massiah or Skinner 7 2.12 eae We ue respect. ae we aS gramophones ‘ ;
    S . - —_ cnhareidtinetlnaiithlastinibanmeitataaain sb — a e « " ‘ - am . ‘ .
    core sing ab oer ithe ot ea ' 18.11.52—6n Nov. 4th between Hastings, Garrison He moved that the resolution|and accordions—sold through the You are cordially invited to Mr. THERM
    many tnt and then, Peard of this new | ~“CcneALs—Corn Flakes, All Bran, Rice | 284, Culloden Roads, one Gold Chain be postponed. oe ar making canteen attend the | does if again!”
    iscove! c od an, ith large Oblong Mauve stone Pendant oy ol .,|-—-has not proved sufficient induce- } x
    my had s bleeding. | Krispies, Quaker Oats in Tins and Qat- : : ed . x : e:
    Se torenese f my meuth disappeared in | lakes, Barley, Sago and Linseed loose. te ea ere eee | Dr. H, G. Cummins (L) said) ment to promote a six-day work- See the
    tnree days an sre outs pa ad at W. M. FORD, 35, Roebuck St. Dial 3489 s”, Advocate Advertising Dept. |{that that resolution along with) ing week. The islanders work for NEW
    were rand the $2-—In others, were given notice of last hte
    : eat the hardest of food.” 19. 11.53—In hides : ‘ ) others, b Si|the Fishing Company which i |
    Sea aici a Primates : s s is a
    | cress tater rine hare tas | WATCH—On 17th night between] Tuesday in the House. He agreed]... : , GASEL REFRIGERATORS
    Guaranteed | HEESE Cheese in Tins Sib Tins, 12\ prighton's Road and Baxter's Road in the| that the order paper should be part of the Development Corpora- which will be held at \ At y Gas Sh to-da
    ce . ’ - . Ny i ~ er » re atl = ) Cc - i
    A works 80 fast and so certain |’: Tins, Dutchman Head and Cut Cheese tional Bi Finder will be rewarde< tion, but still take time off to at your as owroom to-day
    that it is ranteed to ns jat 7c. per Ib. W. M. FORD, 35,) 2¥onal &us eee : by in the hands of members before. : x a 1. | ‘ati
    guaran stop your . mM HU VILLAGE t by NATURAL GAS
    your gun . E on returning to Advocate Advertising tend to tradit 1 . CHURCH operating by
    from bleeding, end sore mouth and tighten | !'ocbuck St. Dial 3489 19.1, ,52—2n 52 He deprecated the turn that © traditional pursuits such as .
    ean Gaete tt pode cosatiate taiataation ce , ea Dept. 19.11.52 He potato” cultivati a BOYS’ SCHOOL and for our country friends
    money back on return of empty package. | ~°CREAMOLIVE oa oR printing had taken in the House.) ee auon: Anh, eae 900 St. Phili —) KEROSENE
    Don't take a chance on losing your teeth oF | ov c;etehe ee hove hat to perouah an When he had enquired of the}bird collecting ven
    overstoc we have hati to reduce same 4 . = mh r " ‘
    ‘nd heart trouble, re prem Pee as trom 18e. i ide. 80 now is, your op- FOR SALE j printers he was told that it was ore - Tristan da Cunha On Thursday, Nov, 26th =
    chemi y under this iron-clad guaran- | Portunity to buy for Xmas GHT'S ihe fault of the proof readers. is tol in the Colonial Annual at 7 p.m
    tee, You risk | LTD. 18. 11,52—3n : i t R t fi Ss : yen |
    nothing as the ial ’ se rs Dr. Cummins accepted the mo-} Report for St. Helena, of which No n ns
    Amosan}:::::::: pro COOPER'S AERSOL FLYSPRAYS en- MISCELLANEOUS | tion for the postponement. it is a dependency. to discuss THE FIVE- o need to worry, one of our
    For Pyorrhea--Trench Mouth | Cccjssch Obisinabe trom al deading | CYRES — Special Offer at Reduced| hee Fe WUchs Tae heme. ak Pe ELECTRIC HAIR DRYERS
    Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 6 oz.| Prices. Truck and Car Tyres 30 x 5, 65( arma) rome gig since 1673, is Speakers: J. C. MOTTLEY, | t
    Sea = = $2.18. —16, G00—16 50C—iS 400-19. Dini 2696 | probably best known even today MCP. 0. T, ALLDER, ¢)| will do the job i
    ; r bd CP, :0.: Bi . job in a hurry
    LAND FOR * ee 29, 10, 53— Auto Tyre Co, _. 1A Baten, | fag >, > ea of Napoleon’s imprison- M.Cc.P., V. B, VAUGHN, 3¢!
    SALE INDIAN CORN—At $5.00 per bushel.| “VOSENE” for Dandruft falling» hair | | hy eee ere following his defeat M.Q.P., W. A, CRAW- #!
    H}|Mount Pleasant Plantation, St. Ph. ‘py. [or premature baldness, scale irritations, | SSVA. A ad at Waterloo in 1815. FORD, M.C.P. and others 3
    A few choice house spots i8.11.52—6n |dead and lustreless | hair—these are | bomt let morning and night courh He lived on St. Hel ' , 2 |
    to the South West of the —__—" | Nature's danger signals. Do not neglect (wiz, attacks of Bronenn ty set aly leath Mas i 18 ane, pati bis 18.11.4810, | enr. Broad & Tudor Sts
    Rockiey Gelf Club, adjoins {h|,, NUM afipousy, welnats i shell Peo; |tem- Tey "Wowene.” Knights S08, | Sout tring MeNOAGS ting at | OE ee 821, Not until :
    vuts ; e ns ank . wt t Medicine works thru (tf ' - — = = a :
    ing Golf Club Road, on bus }}}|Casnew nuts. W. M. FORD, 35, Roc- ———— += |» Internal omedt TN the: bronchigh a PSS = = |
    route to town. suck St. Dial 3489, 19, 11, 52-—2n eet te oe ee oa oa and lungs. helping nature ' |
    | —-__. 4 i . Utso! nf tely to remove thick, sticky
    These spots look across WARVIGGIOE TONIC” Tos sestaration | tributes. 19.11,5a—2n.| tmmedintely to vr iting Coughing and r
    the Golf Course on one side sf physical energy, we recommend this ——— ——-—— oe ling freer breathing and more j
    and over Blue Waters to valuable tonic. Obtainable at Knight's ven sae tasetinl Port aaa 4 refre Bae ; ciuled o e e e e
    a estic mperia ler, ‘ewe and fro yo chemist tuday (Quick
    Reckley Bay on the other. Pee mene 7% Roebuck! tastion oF money back guaranteed







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    Land For Sale

    } (42) two acres of land at

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    } two acres of land be-

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    Bath beside the main road.

    (2) three spots of land at,
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    OW) sdware feet of land
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    PAGE TEN WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1952

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    he eould and that was to accept
    il] -comers. Six times in six
    months he defended his title.
    Robinson had 36 fights in two
    vears in the period 1949-61.

    oy

    The opposition may not have yanking filly, Bebe Grande, has run more often than is the sone ed
    bees ae much’ but at least it usual for such a high-class racehorse, yet she has been out oo veareoal por PLAIN SEA ISLAND COTTON ‘ poy
    ev 1 1 rim, : ¢ ,

    Turpin himself reached the only nine times. ‘ 1s ie : y at $2.30 per yd. fh

    p by constant fighting. The As a Ar rariawes, Bs ts in White, Bamboo, Blue Yj

    ¥ a4 hs 2 on : 9, nnn eT a ee T = ican col, ay, an a 4,¥
    Hue Setobiee ha bean times winning races. Asa three- FLOWERED SEA ISLAND COTTON @

    fight every month, All were won
    inside the distance, and when he

    4 } ‘ alia d ; a slassic winner goes ,to the ee | \\) jFUAIN CREPES .........

    entered the ring against Robin- ay ¢ .

    son at Harringay in July last pees. 6 thadelpebroolA,.” Wine alg Kidney and,} WHITE & COLOURED EMBRORPERED

    vear, he was at his peak. irae mes oe eee ree sonra ANGLAISE _@. 18 88 63 3
    He was like a panther stalking away Tan 20 times, . winning ‘ @ A y $4 ‘ $4. y $4 F









    Racing Reporter RICHARD BAERLEIN

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    de e o The Relentless Enemy of Rust
    g lolph Turpin is to
    ‘cr fap, in the boxing Crious j a , 2 eC] Ss The Proved Protector’of Iron and Steel
    th conclusion to. be : i
    i ' from his victory over GOES FARTHEST Ra TARTS, LAREET
    South Ane s George ee S Australian sports writers are denly drop their bats and do a which the Springboks yesterday
    Bm pire middleweight dubbing the Springboks even dozen physical jerks. He writes took lightly in the day’s practice One gallon will cover 700—1,000 sq. feet, one coat.
    ampionship fight at Harringay. ee OES in on oo ne has never known a morevat the University wee hint ; . :
    : : ai towards cricket than the Austra- physically-minded lot of sports- which was provided under the ; : t hat Turpin beat lian Test men. “men, saying the only place they trees, He wen amazed by the solid Stocked in RED, GREY, BLACK in tins of imperial measure.
    0 by by ride on points. Z : don’t do jerks is in the bar, which defensive play against bowling .
    omfortably et te pertarro Sydney anes Dick Peitington most of them do not frequent, which leoked pretty harmless.
    erfut task that when warns Australian spectators not to anyway. j ; :
    te OE or ne aes we agg to a ae ae He says Melle will have to im- "PHONE 4456 AGEN‘S. :
    e to tell that he ahead, if the Springboks openers In the Sydney “Telegraph”, ie at recognition to, worry
    i at all. on their, way to the wickets sud- Arthur Mailey says the only thing st_ batsmen and will find
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    ows vhich fou months — eae : iem. —L.E.8,
    battered Don. Cockell into ees nities
    bmission and earlier twice , SSS ‘f
    red the lines of the immacu- aa’ EU Wee we ‘ei
    profile of Sugar Ray Robin- ,
    were conspicuous by their
    ‘ Admittedly ‘Turpin did F ,
    need nearly such violent . ;
    to beat Angelo, but one ,
    «that, had he teen called P : 4 oss
    to produce them, he would 4 2 : -
    et : \d wanting j,
    on tne enced mely rare ' Here is real reliet
    bout three times in For real relief from rheumatic pains it is
    n rounds) that he essential to correct their cause. When
    ght @ pr duced a K.O. blow they are due to the accumulation cf bodily
    ng caught up with the back- impurities, it means that your kid —
    ng Angelo, he held back. which should help to filter.away these
    either did he try to create the imporities—are sluggish and
    openings toa land the pay-off need a medicine to tone them up.
    pu Instead, round after IN THIS SHOT the whole action of the Turpin-Angelo fight is summed De Witt’s Pills are specially
    round he ambled along content up. The British Champion has come in at his man with a right cross. prepared for this very purpose.
    build up an enormous lead Angelo has back-pedalled out of danger but without offering any They have a jug and
    th lefts oh ti him counter blow, Only once was Turpin able to really catch his man. ‘ action on the kei
    many points but lacking sting. That was in the thirteenth round when Angelo took a hard right to toning them u a a J
    I as plain for all to see that the solar plexus, The bell saved him before Turpin had a chance to Smectietiy that hens vital anes swiftly SEE OUR w ONDERFUL
    he Eee. champion is out of follow up his advantage. return to their normal function of clearing De Witt’s Pills
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    after its prey, striking lightning, ‘ ‘ ; ; iti
    the nike ane oe Derby in record time, in addition
    we ee to the American Derby. .He won WHITE & COLOURED EMBROIDERED
    But since losing the title two ' Be eee ares Shislawar | ORGANDIE @ $3.63, $3.95 & $4.76 per yd. 5
    mara LAteS he has had only iat Tt races, apart | from | 8 ‘ EMBROIDERED MUSLIN @ $5.33 per yd.
    First. he was engaged in & saraven, and was placed 10
    emi-wrestling affair against pl .
    \lex Buxton, and looked as , we not ee = oer ?
    much like the real Turpin as a } of this strenuous period tha i 4 O.
    hack like a thoroughbred race- then gave his trainer a oe ‘ b
    horse, Instead of the smooth, amount of trouble, ae ran only | ¢
    well-oiled boxing machine, we , twice as a five-year-old, 5 10, 11, 12, 13 Broad Street.
    aw one that visibly creaked. i : Won 561,161 Dollars , ‘
    Then, in his next two fights, } * oe erase reer y
    against Frene cruiser-weight y irlaway was 561, 58.1 ¢
    Sharpen Na ade Hairabedian, t The nee in Son gee yaa ; MAKES A BIG
    nd the British and Empire t# « 4 om whe 2 have as valuable as the dollar to-day, | @
    champion, Don Cockell, we saw oes eat: r but, if Tulyar wins all the best ( DIFFEREN‘ ‘E.
    Turpin punching with all his |} bah races in England and in addition | ¢
    old power the Prix de l’Are de Triomphe, he | X e
    After three rounds, Hairabe- ie ae ee at
    dian looked like a bad street . - e old rate of exchange. ?
    accident, and Cockell, when the GOLF: _ Whirlaway retired to the stud 4 sos oe
    referee stopped the fight after .———— pat aie Raggi: sternal i rs
    ye sunds, Was . yon more na
    eleva Pe a was not in much WwW Iker By ‘ half dollars in the U.S.A, alone. | ¥ @
    These victories, against men a oe: ap He is interesting from a British | % YOU FEEL
    nearly a stone heavier proved point of view because he is a son! ¢ YOUR BEST
    there was still dynamite in Tur- Spore of the 1930 Derby winner, Blen-| ¥ oO
    vin'’s fists but did not test his A ial heim, whom the Aga Khan sold, % °
    boxing skill His opponents j WS aces Wiaiviaiivics tain ‘epee ‘
    noenderous and slow to cover ur § ea ay cé ove "4
    were little more than punct The Walker Cup matches, to stand at M. Marcel Boussac’s| ¢ AND THE e@
    bis, raditional fixture since 1922°pe- Stud in France. M, | Boussac} ¥ PRICE YOU
    Then came his fourth ‘fight’ {J ween the top amateur golfers of wanted to introduce some fresh | % PAY IS THE :
    using the term in its broades.™ireat Britain and America are in blood and he obtained the best % PRICE IT’S
    eae Ratan AtueRO: jeopardy. Lack of funds may possible American stallion. ; WORTH a
    Every boxing fan in Britain make it impossible for Britain to Boussac’s Lean Time ‘
    wants to see Turpin get a chance send a team to the United ‘States M. Boussae has never had such] ¥ i
    © regain the world title. But the next Year. a lean season with his two-year- | % Top Scores in A he
    Turpin that can do that must he ps : olds in this cquntry and in a few] ¢ Tailoring” c, ame
    on top of his form, There is only This is the inference to be drawn years time he may well be glad he | ¥
    one way to ensure this — fights from an appeal made by the brought this stallion over, 5 ad
    fights, and still more fights. championship committee of the In this qountry Whirlaway's! ¢ : ae
    s vii R and A to approximately 2,000 name should be kept to the fore | ¥ Ys
    . A enyracryy, Bolt clubs in the British Isles. until the Boussac offspring arrive; § P ( q MAFFEI
    COLONIAL CONTINGENT The appeal asks for a contribu- by Mr, William Weodward’s :two- e Ue We
    From Page 7 tion to help in the expenses of year-old, Twirler, who made such
    ~ Aden: "Mr. J. R. Kynaston, Sending the British team across a promising first appearance when & C0 LTD ,
    O.B.E.. Mr. Abdul Jawad Has- the Atlantic in 1953 winning at Newmarket. * * &
    att . ae a . Twirler’s next outing is likely
    Ya ms ia The Honourable The committee allocated £1,200 to be in the Dewhurst Stakes over
    a rob " fie * MC “gir {rom the Amateur Championship seven furlongs at Newmarket.
    e wenn OBE Mr. A. p, fund for the last Walker Cup —L.E.S.
    Hon Hoe Lim, C.B.E, Mr. A. P. mateh and they hope to con-
    Rajah, tribute substantially next year. }

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    PAGE TWO BARBADOS ADVOCA1E WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER H, 1M Ccudb galling C ONGRATULATIONS \o Mi G. B Evelyn, of Dumfrirv St. Michael, M bfa TMh birthday yesterday. Mr. Evelyn, who M a practising Solicitor and head of ihr firm of Messrs. Cotlle Catibrd & Co.. wa* also King'Solicitor. rrtTPd in ISM Afier hf rMipiM ihe Speakership of !h. House -* Assemhlv hr was appointed %  member of tin Legislative Council from which he retiree to-day. May his 'ear* Itr many and happy. • • • A LSO many happy returns to Mr. II Carter, M I' K of Dash Valley, St George. o„ h 65lh birthday lo- Mr ( .rter, who is a retired !n*pector <>f School*. Is now acting head of the Kvrmng Institute ISiivk from L.k. M R it N w liirrENb. Managing Director or tni CaribOtini riu-atrt-., .Ltd., and Mrs. Gitten*, arrived on Monda> evening from the United KlhinJon. via New York by B.W.I.A. Whilst in New York. Mr. Gittens visited some of the major Hint companies mid made arrangement* foi better releases for the Cjrlb!.can Thaetrxs. Ha also gave a htm on high .!- British pictures that will soon be screened at the I'lasa Theatres. He leaves to-day for Trinidad on a business visit. PN*y Dana* MB AND MRS COI.IN BATSON T HE Poppy Dance Committee „ ... r. tell mc that they are sparformer /.ivuUnnnl HI-I/I •ng no effort to make trie ballroom rpfHE marrmge took place .'i the linlinn i'mllettre lit ArMmO as attractive as possible, for the 1 Methodist Church in Arubn „,.,-_,. „, ,. . ..usual Puppy Dance next Saturm 3,^,,, 0ctaber 18 ,,, M U"-.l H West Indians In Aruba oay. November 22nd. Colln ^un, torm „ Uetlltnant ~ .hi r-'L," IS** orth i y C T nd '" he Barbndov Rcflment, and L> "/ n P8rln U,u n,r Rnck fammi Jnt^asSy* 1 hOPC r F bUmpCr M" Dtp-Tttnia Olbba. naukliter of ThTESklnp close on Aid.,. r : %  ? A Olbo. of Us <** %  ^ P iovcda"!:'b,^::, :,;>. • The *.*.<. s •TMIE CIRCUS, which Ulobe catlonal School of the Laao O.I A ? r ',? n %  "\ ,hf Br l l,,h W f A presented at the Paradise T.-n. w ,i ('ompnnv Indian Association, whose presln Mrta aZw'-.. ...v,.., It. dent li Mr. Carl Worrell, f-.rm'V imrfttn* fa-turn Itnme jy|R TlMPLETON GALT. Toua retired Civil Servant, and a ... Tr,n;dad handicapper. returned '"" "" home on Sunday by B.W.I.A. after -**>K attending the BlC four-da> %  -tS*k' Autumn Meeting at tn e Garrison Savannah. Mr. Gait came up principally to follow the form nt the horse* I which t^ok prt in the meeting J OCKEY FRANK QUESTED % %  *•"'' indlcalir,. who rod. in the B T C. AuZX" 00 % %  nn Mer*' as M srtnrUasa ts ma not h all m* bett -ctitai nierlnrai rni utiiall D M'htrvr If lamilia OCTOswa ivary ft honast* lie f\" b*niAI> the night of Saturday, December 6Ui, has been put under the direction of N. G. Dayah. former commander In the lit iti-h Royal Navy. ma*u>r of Mapps in St. Philip, an enthusiastic golfer and nn expert<*rrled prayer book marriage by her father, looked charming In a dress „t French lace, made with close flttlna IxHtice nnd full skirt. In her hand she ind 11 bund) ting, returned to TYinl<•"' dad on Monday by B.W.I.A. He M ,_ ,. waj accompanlad by hit wife. aawei*-"^ Other Jockeys leaving by the i#..pt it K I %  Newman. S Joseph, and A. Jot— %  %  ' %  ph • JtWi %  u MM ts :r*^ti—v.i tan m*r day more fiuiUul, pt^smslvp M RS LYHIS NYACK and ;mf 1 * %  •• ••*•** %  . aa*fc IW left for On-nada on Bun' >u '" dny after attending the B T.C. lt*t u u *tmilt ?i d*)-o. fror-day Autumn Meet at th8 •" b "' ,t •** %  % %  '•"'••' ft" -a.nceCirriton Savannah J^ 1 ';, ", „J'JJ B r T Also returning to Grenada by f*.i.Mi -M^aiiu.,tl>e same npporluhily were Mr nnd Mrs. A. (lafTbor. who also at*-nded the races. „,,„ lllrt T HE MISSES Norms and Deb•"'" ster Sunk ram. daughters of eanais Mr. Norman S->krsm of Port. oK lUiwi-aimiun ra-ur Spain. Trinidad, returned home bV5Vw* ^3 V-to n W.I.A. yesterday morning Thrtm .*.* ir n ua SEffwhlS, 5,S5i STSIS .,Ji5S'" Vo „r -2. "&"? itrdsy. vm, **ii -ipKi-a %  < % %  > io MMd*. Jockey Frank O-Nell also left SS-WPS •rrmpii*f.. r .i in -h.u for Trinidad by the same plane '** ** '" **• "" %  !" -ul rtl1 -.. — — — after taking part in the Race "nvsata** T U DsctsuMta t.ttuntf fault Innlln Wml Meeting stnurts >n-r Jupiwr mi a**as> *_ tmiiiw* luass**" • %  trcrt in HU*n IM 0Ms/anta m.n-n Iwmkm it, buying. Day lytR O. A. MARTIN. Sales WE"" "** v n "' Um Ur M *""""" M.W.I A. from i rinldnd vestertsy in tnow iio*t but i> a*rt"^t. i it tlip Excebior Llilb nn haundav. v llll. --'! %  HMtsutMl %  A S>irt IS/w Mimtht SjfUS. STELLA SINGH. d.uhi Ifr of Mr and Mr.. A. Pr.Bn.ll nt ChHipn Road, r.lumi-. % %  i % %  "• 1 '." %  |l. 1 i I I i HI III "I oil* Mf.XKO COMIN ROUND .no. THE MOUNTAIN! in M -•!>!. —^-^—^— I Wuh Onrnmi rrid^y nth William MarahaU Oprnlr | XI • la B.KO Doubla SAMSON AND i l'"" HOONUO.T 4V -V,'"" T.VJ.M. 1 T£' h ~ix'and in M <•!• Errol nnr. i mi. i in MSRST ilH i v.M \a> M u FSMtlAkT *• Aaali—flti:a appHcaHon i youi —( gay itt*aa#sa.n t'mH" beat trora-ttanahlB ana Spartan player now residing Aruba. Mr. Worrell is employed with the British Consulate. The large audience attendl IfMIAUt tl I. MABU-H mda-avour. enced organizer. Hie already has distributed the tlckeU, which are selling at $1 each; made arrangeorchlds. brldei She attended %  iTic large aimii-i.ee. ; ,uentimg v-•---• %  -j' ^^,'"-, r r^: .an,*m.ni m ail -^in-whUe wi.vsrt. the perfmniance w.ts thrilled with '"* *,*,"•• n8,1! Among Barbadian praaanl in Biglish they bring It In Dutchout some of her colour._1 pr.am *'crc Mr. Harcoun Pilgrim (who Another Barbadian on the proof circus scenes, and sent Mrs. presided at Iheorgjin at the t!u u-li gramme who delighted the audlKcelah King and Mrs. Brenda ceremony), Mm. Olive Ballsy, encc was Mr. Alphonro Weekcs. LAS VEGAS, Nevada, Nov. 18. Wilson to the kitchen where they Mr. and Mrs. St A. Weckes and formerly of the Barbados Pi-llce Mickey Rooney eloped with a are practicing cooking the tastiest Mr. Fred Harris Band. Mr. Weckes gave two debeautiful red haired model Tueshamburgcrs and most succulent Mr. and Mrs. Bataon were the Jlghtful numbers on the clarinet day and promptly announced that hot dogs ever produced for public recipientof an exceedingly nnd gained thunderous applause his whirlwind courtship of wife consumption. \ Mrge R nortmenl of beautiful and from the audience. number four had produced a The function wag staged for the "marriage for keeps.'* The pint M R. and Mrs. J. B. Dale were', > v tr n r purpose of raising fund' to send alged Rooney married early Tuesamong the Dassengers ar' tar Xmu HolMay* slrk Wwil inHian to Jamaica for day to 22-year-old Elaine Mahlnrhedlcal treatment. f h n Rooney ii ii BORN n namic and ibia •fl.ir ptM*lll> an anvftaTO-DA mag-ia-Uc In .it raiHtclair IUII all* guanl ..fa mat mmt^rlng. thlnhlnf >cnir way alwaya r baal Mai* noted >oun.allat* an lots bars ta*n Seors-to-burn Birtjjts: fas Abrsm Oarttald SUiU S BL: Conl FWd dp U *r* Wi (lntr completar o Iha Son Canal. intronitt cxpenii t. and Mrs. J. K Dale were* # %*_.„. ir r .u.t~.-~ among the passengers ar' Far XmaM % %  *"V B riving here on Saturday by the aimorv urvr „r .... S.S. Oaiato from Englsnd on hoiM R AUBREY UK3T of" route to Trinidad "* Crime Record timer. Trinidad, arrived M ner In the London flrm of iday en route to Trinidad. Mr. Date, a cousin or Mr. Pat lleadquartei Date, a District Manager of Conhere on Sunday by the S3, retoenfedcration Life Assurance, Is with Me to spend the Christmas nnd Kitxpiilrick Graham & Co., Charthe Uslne St Madeleine Sugar New Year Holidays with his patered Accountants, arrived by Company. ton to at Station Hill. St. Michael. B.W.I.A. from Trinidad yasterAlso arriving from England Mr. Best Ig brother of Cpl. duy morning on a short visit He by the same opportunity on Sati^t. fbrmerly of? the local Pol What? Again! By l niltAIM HAADCAITLR LONDON. MY condolences to Billy Wallace. As an eminently eligible .... her second marriage, bachelor, hi* name Is frequently CM 8MN rmt Rnoney said he met her two linked romanUcsllr with someR. H. C. ME-DLAM. a partmonths ago. <>ne or other. —l\t\ urday mlransii for Trinidad Mr. G, J. Ken. n cousin of Dr. Will Kerr of Harmony Hall. Mrs Kerr. Mr. D. M. 0"Neale. Deputy Director or Public Works in Trinidad and n cousin of Mr. It. deC. O'Nciile of the Chi' A So* Is gam ar-ONGRATULATIONS to Mr. *%  and Mrs. fVank Odle of Kingston Terrace on the blrlh of n son and heir at Dr. Bnvion Sunday. Mother and babe are doing veil a guest at the Ocean View HoBand. It). On //b/invit Mn. Xdamn Speak* I N BARBADOS for three week holiday are Miss Helen Comf*" blc. formerly of -The Voice.' St Lucia and her sister CarBlUia, a itudent of the MetliiKli-l (liil: T IB Speaker at the Women'-: -rvnanroviiy. t is m i-u.t> f^-lafca .1 a -.'-lock at the ^W 1 1 1 O^-haatra Mil nbal •atist the next rumour. 1 Once It waa Princess Margaret. a %  saasagaaasBasaa. ....... A few months ago gossips had him LISTENING HOURS ,-vtigaged to a West tod actrv: i"*r. NOrissas ta. awr Tfow It Is the daughter at a noble •***• % % %  **•— family. ... Tiw Ntwi.i.K.mm, DMir Nothing in it," he says, srvir. • u n. NP Mi-ronia. i-m haven't seen the girl for ages. But %  ^.flSSE Kfc *• l rt m toow wh n you hl 1 Club tonight at 8 o'clock at the iXTu £*British Council HeadqunrterMrs. G. H. Adams, Mei may bring their friends. "Watt To Nraa* Office School. Castries. They arrived Inst VfR COLIN THOMAS ol the £££ week by the M.V. Maadfaat and -l** ilrm of J N llarrlmiin anl '"—"•— —" ssn, am w Western manners and custom* one ut-c guests of Mr. and Mr-. Sum C>. left for Trinidad by B.W.I.A. i p m. csn i COM* inT is o m d# ob-nrrtTed that his wivtt had Heckles of "Leighton". Passage vesterday on a short visit to the Radio Nmiis, %  so p n TEhsika-nhr,. formed themaelees info a /ootball Road. Ilriri's head offl. sport. 14 itdiwi of the ngen %  i. ... ScotUah Masailna. I.Utrnri, Chrnra, S *i p m Hound Up and Programma Parsd*. 1 The N*. 1 10 %  m H"-n Ntwi man Britain, i is p m Cailmg "•* w-ji A certain rich merchant of Bay dad u'ho hod unwisely affected i BCM. (SUM W pit em Tnanneri and etufoma one • B p > OWN ONE OF OUR HIGH OIIAUTY PRECISION WATCHES OMSXU OBUEN PIERl'K OSCO CVMA MEKCURV SULLY I Ml IS & 17 Jewels in (laid Filled. Mr.-1 or Chromium Plate. Fully Guaranteed SPECIAL FREE OFFER A Pearl V. kliuiwill be given free with every watch Mild above .15.00 Gel Yours Now! Only At Your Jewellem AV I.IMl A CO.. LTD. Broad SI. or at Greystone Village Haallnga .• v "i leom. "WrMit if iauc' %  • %  <*!" <. M tw Wif> T-ifc 10 so p m Twsw* sMice for the geese. 1 QuMtMtn* (Sayings of Shabash lbn Dsoul) I I I I I I CURTAIN NET (BORDERS) 51* to W ( nl.iiir— HUMGreen, Blue. Gold. CURTAIN NET -ROM. Green. Blue. Gold J1.05 to $1.3* —M". 58", and 40" wide TABLE CLOTHS—54" wide 4 3.07. $3.39. $7.flH COLOURED TOWELS $1.28 $2.20 WHITE TOWELS $2.20 & $2.5$ SHEETS 70 x ltd $8.75 SO x 10t K.M '~0 x 100 JT.72 PILLOW CASES 18 x M MU Bl'TTER MCSI.IN , T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE Phone: 4220 I I I I I I a LOB E TO DAY, TOMORROW 4.45 & 8.30 SOYAL WEDDING (Fred Allaire Jane Powell) and MANHATTAN MF.I.ODRAMA (Clark Gabla) LADY IN THE IRON MASK Loula Harvard Opening FRIDAY ana II you misa this, you're out of your mind For Us the biggest show ever MIDNIGHT SATURDAY 22nd (1) Local Stars on Parade (2) A Film "Mine Own K*erutionrr" (3) Free Canada Dry to all (4) Hold Your Ttckaia—Free Carton. Heineken Beer (5) Sensational Gueat Star GLOBE tu THE ANNUAL POPPY DANCE Under th. Patronoq. el Tb Acttnci Oorarnor and Mra. Turn. willlMkaUcn The MARINE HOTEL Kindly lent by th. Mana9.rn.nt SATURDAY. NOVKMiOl 2aND a ly kind peeaalaaloB oi Col. Mlchalin THE POLICE .AND DANCE ORCHESTRA •all Room Table, mi, be ttaM •Phone Mra. I. COrtNEtL ? a Dandnaj $ p.m. to t am. Admlaalaa "1.00 1



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    PAr.l FOUR BARBADOS ADVOCATE HIIIM 1>\. NOVEMBER 19. 1M2 BARBADOsJi ADVOCATE %  -" %  --•-— 3= r 1 iI • • ..~~ e. U Ul November 19. INI 4'oruiiiilioii I'l.i us LOCAL UOVKHNMENT authorities in England and Wain have received a circular from Uw Ministry of Housing and Local government which men'., Queens express wish thai local celebrations should be as simple as possible and that all undue expenditure should be avoided. No doubt the Queen wish would have been the same for Barbados if this island received communications from the LET Not aincc Tiberius entered _. __ M ,m,,i „. .K. J M , h*_ us;,-sir^rru^ %  **—* •" -S££ l*en such a reception for a fact we acclaimed her the Juliet ,. ^f*?** Enthusiastic On the lUgc wu • ol the centurv. i mast to the nrM V" oalanca the Sunday Olm Guard.' Band whow trumpet, nujht and can never remembar "'"" !" n enthu.la.lle. Only llw wundsd a fanfare alxrre the rest l., B JO moved u by he, e.qui"tc'.ed fellow in the Sunday of the Band pU„„, God Save site tend. !" ,n the Baleon, E '^ **•?**•' ,£" ww a— ajawaa-j inaiiiii VVU i3ii > t -Ia*T KIIUHIMU 114 u.U11LVI1J ... • % %  • tiv Quern." iTincwr MrB*ret *cene. If fthom walk I hope that **>'. thin *Vet or. the foUuuig part* took their seats In Sriakespeare wu somewhere about e """ n l *" boI *i., d T.T.,-i wild have lo meei CttsM Chaplin face to face. Fortunately, t>y agreement with party took their seat* In ^hakeapea the art-light section reserved for that night •**"*•. . Firs* Showing UM Brass. bowed acknowledgments to the World W-. •bMring crowds. Whereupon Mr. the end of the performance the | -t down cntica stood hart* ( n plm then read next day that at The dinner was a L.g -flair of bout forty people and. with a bit without look at the first presentt.on tr( = haiI ed 0 !£?".? 'j! luck ?"* " *•> Mm Ume.^hfof which tXd o^lS."£.' s^hl£ Su. embarT —~ lt %  he was the director, author, Most of <*.,. nlrr cri i, c take composer, financier and star. v ery dyspeptic \,.-w of nev My wife and I also setUed but apparently Charlie km had 1 in our seals which 15 guineas each, for the critical "stomach nf Housing and Local Governweal event was in aid of mi'ni. Other points from the circular may momentarily bicarbonated the person.. 1 with the guest of honour. True to his ceasasrs Lord Stiabolgi H^ "^ cho# n hi ft**** <"<< there" %  d fore their wives) from the hierAnnual Subs. And Ancient %  be studied by members of the Coronation committees which have been set up locally. Local governments are exhorted to use decorative materials which will save imported raw material. Ofl are planned it is b pod thai full me will 1* made of local iM.i.itiviand talent rather than advice from a central source. Painting iild be don* hj ample labour available. This point desei v. cial attention in Barbauv months immediately precedini; the coronation are the peak months of employrnn < in the sugar and tourist industry ing or decorations should be commencea before the reaping and grindm sugar crop is at its height. i/mdon n event even nuance inving and departing. Befonany action can be taken by the central government or by the local government .-minorities to paint or decorate ir %  preparation for the coronation there must be announcement of what the ',,, ,„..;,,,. plans are to be. So far there has been no progress report made by the large Coronation committee appointed by Sir Alfred Savage. It may b* supposed that some action hag been taker, since the first inaugural meeting and th voting by the Oanaral Assembly <>. i njn %  arda government c expenses indicates that the government hn. filready decided on its import requirementDf Bap and bunting* The hope has be Tchy of the Socialist Party. Herbert Morrison was in good SSssrSfaS -Sr —— J^w^sstsfS '-Id !" X n, !r.ffle "LnH'*r^ '" U,h,,r '" S %  "*>'"" "• J^t,TatT&.uV?1r<^ cK ? !" ZZ, ^ !" """• -"' '" ,w "X"" 1 "or. looauatl mure like %  Tor, h.V. TJ 'h. f£„ ^ "* Phlloaophy of the piece waa than John Bull hi~.K; 0r 7 .k i •omawhat banal, but on the whole Hartley shawcae*. the debonair i ( t 7 I,n / *** w Bn aothutlaalic reception. Attorney General of the Socialist w audience The fact la that they had wept, regime, gave a special elegance to laughed and cheered. Who could the accne. Star'et tunicked waiters v.,i r., !" ..^. u ib •"* mm "**" "" l? aupplied the fln.l climax of ol luniiutj Alone rherelore on Ihe morning of the pageantry. „? y JT^ W M bM " n ;-lI".. full of It was not exactly what the !" ?JTT"* IIT V I T ^ '"ri^ity an.l ,,,. l.,„c>. ,,nd was Tolpuddle Martyr., or Kelr Hardie -,K£S L K^? y •*£• .ielig,.led wher, I note arrived would have viauallsed bul moden. t !" ?^l..,Li^,^L. n l^ J '""" Lord Strabolgi Invitlnj me llrltish SocialUU .ee no reason TZLJSEFE .Sf ^S21hi^ "• """ "" v ; %  > ,h •* o"on " elegance alioulo £22 ^riSh?.. i ~._^. Hou "' Lort '" honour ' b "" ">'" ' >" Tone,. They ^?_ ^ ^„ M0 ', 2*^"" ch "P lln !" 'he next Monday are quite right. d !" '"L"IUt of Lord Be.„„ hl strabolgi uatd to sit as a You Next' TusTl,' w7" ,"„„,.iC rd ^C Ubml '" ""• c m """ ComWhen the dinner wa. Ilnished onaar to aw awTT^.c.,,1 or mander Kenworthy bul when his Strabolgi called on Morrison tc Vitonall. (',„; 1L. Z^L ,'t '"I e ; d,ebjc approve or disapprove before plans are 0 meet an attack, %  -ar^averhroi' \H!Z^5Z7!£i J'."" 1 ,. f p m '"" P"'-the hnish of"hi. eulogy he" waTputUng %  %  i" %  < law aarwml lo I bartti rathe, ., i:„ ., JnSI.Tp W !" ,"f '" meeting the great little man. William hlmsell, when my atten"fSSiuif^^ 1 !" 1' ? Z Now ,or ,h lm " w """" %  %  *">racted by the arrival f ?3.ri .K V L 1 """" vealed to us on the Oala night, of a note from our ho.l '• £? !?,'£*-"'I*'. 0 ""'':!!' *" ""• " hu dl "" M %  •"<" 'I -". calUng on you next oT ,nt, rewind' .1" "uT" !" 1 ?* h """ k "'-"'' •" the ready That wa. all. but it was enough ^oonan! Tnof 1 JT„ T, !" '" r J"" ""*" Wfj" cnio) cd • don 1 know n w Herbert'. ,t always the game good cry in the Iheatre. The air speech ended b-c..iue I was trylru whale wa. tenae with excitement. to think of how mine would begin. D No matter how much 1 could poke I rimming Situation a bit ol fun at the Socialist hlerYou will ren.cnruer that the aichy piesent I would have to thi America"' amhor'mc. ;•"'"'' "Pf"" 1 "*• "T^ZZ E2JT*** "" """" "Lin^"!." 5X3*^ "bV'Chure liloo, ,, „ „u, o, work had lo %  'hotfe) JI ieturn permit liny ere nol ifrtain lhat he would %  ome back to This, as Shakespeare ihe nl (not ulway hing> and OsrVOta ipace to it. Naturully the Chap.1 Ban wag an automatic choice. You will recall that with a observes, was indeed hot ice. An .'ir line might as well sell .. reurn ticket arid then decline to lonour it. In Hrltain there was an Imnediati ami almost hysterical reaction. It *ould eem that implemented. Many suKestions have been ^"""He was the moid beloved I".' rorward already in the Preasaa to what might be done to make Ihe coronation memorabie and it is likely that private sugeatlonj will have been made to the central and local lummittc.'s It would seem tbaflrefora that the committee ou*{ht to be able to announce its plans shortly, so that labour can be employed at a time when it ought to be more available than during the peak period of employment in the sugar moment arrived when I iy my say, about Charlie dancer, had tried to commit suicide lo Mr. Chaplin. As far as I because she thought that her'ieg. 1 remember it went something like were paralysed. this: To this house, where he also "Charlie — for I refuse to call lived, came Charlie as an old outyou Charles despite Herbert'., ot-work clown. He was drunk, no example—I want to say something tbat his legs were pretty well about critics. We critics see so paralysed too. We learn that he many things that perhaps unwus the great clown Calvero, once known to ourselves our appetite the rage of leOiirJon, now fallen lessens and our palate grows more on evil days, keen. So we are inclined to beDrunk as he was he managed '' 0,nc fastidious for taste and to carry the girl up to his room, therefore removed from public aod there begins the sad little love *• %  *•. w runnol forget what you story of Spring with late Autumn. w rc in I.'.*day* of the silent dim Whereupon Charlie starts to talk. whe 1 1 !" carried the art of Than i no reason why a comk nminf to such heights. **unconquerable courage of stage, but should he y ur howler hatted clown carrymany genuine ue that hr did not idri n our w.n troubles, or enjterLin our lrooi, or send us any is laugh and he had doe> „„ lh ,,.,J f bu 5hou | d he your bowler hatted c! mad< 1 If Itnarh.' aUb.it .L have a voice atid a vocabulnry ln K his stick like %  rapier, eap. m.uld Lk^hL ?T H J? whwh ""nething between the lured the he.rt and the imaginand even kill K 5SS 'halrman of a bank and a pro'">" •* '"• "o'll You were a 1,, hlri w Z' frS* "or of psychiatry? ridiculous figure with a dignity of .I dle .. IZ. U "^J 1 He leefure. the poor little our own. You were an absurdity I I Tat i, ,b r,K""K k TS? d """ r "" •'"' I'hilosopn, of Uf. "' heeame an exprs.ion ol i, s ke^ii.I." „H ..''".L".' *• •' %  %  3ST Yale. ?"> h. a mad world. But In and tourist industries. EspeciaHy „ ,„,,, ^J^\%T^. SS'M^A "uiTV ETrSSS S Koing to be some permanent memorial ol the coronation, as has been suiii;esteil. ought arrani; ;ments to be made now uvd the work bei-un as siam as possible. The Barbados Museum uiKintly needs • new witaj and the suuuestuin lhat it should be opened during the Corunation WMk hu been made. The Founlain Canlens need stone seats In replace Ihe unatlractive wooden ones: the Lake in Queen's Park needs to be repaired: these and many other Improvements ought to be effected well in advance of the Coronation month: If an Arbor Day is to be included in the olficial celebrations, preparations will have t,, lamade very soon to obtain the large number of young plants in time for June. Whatever is being planned by government Igi or by private organisations with Bubecrip. tiun funds at their disposal ought to be announced very soon, so that employment opportunities may be evenly spread and competition for available labour be avoided. Tin ie individuals and compiinies who have been thinkini; of decorating then homes or places of business will live been giving attention to the hiring of labour for painting and other impruvernajnle The mure persons or coripanios who decide 1" brighten up their homes or Mi., for the coronation the greater will be the demands for labour. Those who have already made up their mindg to effect improvements ought not to delay anv longer. By announcing its plans for trie Coronation *' l!: %  • %  pOOabat I lie Coronation Committee will give a great fillip to the latent desire of ihe people to make He Majesty %  Coronation memorable and the community will also be given adequate opportunity to approve or disapprove of any Of Uw plans which are put'forward. June em to be a very long lime ahead, but nidi aloof] the Mall in London are already in process of constructiun In Barour own celebrations, ought in keeping wilh Her Maieaty'g wishes to be as simple as possible. There v ould stem theren why the Coronation in not decide on its plans and announce them before thi nd of this month. Alread\ prcparatioi for Christmas and the New S : advanced and unless the Coronation plans are announced mgs winch could have bean allocated to private improvem. r;t s for the Coronation mi;:ht be consum. i [ n ealebraCoronation had been temporarily forgotten. would ...i.ai it.. Bail L t '. ">""• ""' *""' boul achieving beaul.v and form, look You did not needs words. That llcged .jmpathy with Com„, lhe „,,„, w „ h h „ lr d kjjrhat hurt „• In your new illm. e couldn t be bothered ^ hcr U KS Wl ,„. pgr,!-,.^,. Where once you explained everyat lean, .he thought they wereJ h| n by what you left uruuld thero was no escape. Calvero had !"", >'?" ha v dc5c n ded to the ... found an audience thai could no: ''Y* 1 or politicians who say cverylin walk out on him. anil he made thing and continue to do so ev .riunlsm Lout that. Big Welcome 90 the little man arrived young wlfi IIIC.I ul.l.-l Httractlv hUdran and his ball the most of It. .ther Svdi,.v Tit !" T .""" he had only faltered for a %  >• w M dn>0v ri ,-, wore given wurd „,. s „„„ ble „ tM „ on „„. but we II w.,. 11 SS2S! a 1 1 lne loniil Incoherency It would Dot he." when they have nothing more to any. We welcome you a. you are. inlss what you used to hich he I 10 Ihe talkie. un. hallcnged A Gentle Soul .ame the advent of Uie impression that he would have Well that 1. the end of the *",. a "niellalil' In which addressed the combined House, of .torjr. I have since learned that las^aoing toieveal the genius I'arliani.nt wilholM an extra he has cut nearly half an hour nad Drought at long tremor of the heart. It was only of the Illm but he must cut more He had been w hen he stopped talking that we than that before I would sit ~^-! I r ."' lno ssw that Chaplin's genius is still through It again. k hi. i i*^ i refined to alive The scene where he returns Finally what Is he like as a .iJlo -at 7 dl ng ""n" 1 '" third-rate music hall and man? He Is a gentle soul with a i.. i i i Y !" 'urd only gives us the seedy, Indomitable hatred of war and a passionate ...iciareiy into ihe realm of tramp once more is superbly belief that the people of the v..,rl.I %  iiio a' "O'fvcr. we were done. should live in amity togelher. By s vol !" f L lh '"" Ude ol ""• < ''"sth about It III Hollywood slandird. he la an InI i i,.i. ,•" %  "•.' the Sunday Express under the tellectual bul the processes of his be Ian II'.'I !.""£ enhanced by heading "Alas Poor Charlie!" To mind are young rattier than sage. 1 ,,m r I "elected a mc the picture had been boring, Bul as an artist f cannot believe 1 i !" .^5 %  "UTas Claire the philosophy juvenile, the music 'hat he has anyUling signinennt ieJff T .If ," %  ?'".* Ui *. Since and ballet dancing no more than to bring to the cinema now. He ..>ung in lalmellght she had adequate, and Ihe only genius won our I %  aiilin led Iamdor — •--• %  -. •)ld VI xquli the silent Juliet in too recognisable was when Chaplin reclown, and If ha) had been wise .. I'2L 'i "' '"*' "ost verted lo the clown of other days, he would have slid, like Hamlet: MW or ohakespeare'. plays. I n li is only fair lo say that the "The rest is sUi-acs!" — I..F..S. Our ILYacl<'.r's Say: rxr ..... • fast becomlns exUr "ftopair* that Uie term *alHdle Class" aod the people who bear the title, arc fast becoming evUnct Yet. sinoi hi* hands full. But perhaps "Dissauslted" petsisU in clinging -_ or three members might be to the title, he should be pri-paredj >nc Koiinr The .4drocaic— able to undertnkc the valuable to accept ita advantage* and <\ls'n* U L y omitled **"''"' [ nrbltratlnn—il any poor advantages. It is unchristian, how" '""vr.'-a'," "," "ewh.t over > fair and reason.VStufn ",' ,"„ r r ?&ZL."'i£ "iif !" ,""' %  ng Kindly allow me to return that correctWell, I think Mine , !" ,„i !" m £. ?? %  a ". orn "' K Hid mention the point to-da>. owners of these small shacks lk ~.lf' V , me "T Pr""" 8 """ ." I refer to the quesUon of the lo get 20. 30 or even 40', iSe. £"?, v p Jl". en i U *>" "XT' "l ugh, excessive and .UJI lncrea,are not accustomed, rierhspa. to "^ .1 ," p lh Mr s " %  an d u* rents w-hlch are being chargedhandling ligures commercially', o, J ?l n "" ,ow '> ""*• 1 P l '"""" % %  wall know lh~ l^Ared no P hooro^r the letter • or more a week, and when repair, are very much more eost%  B remember that the old ape penl.v than years past, but ret a stop is only 8 and the Pariah reasonable middle course should ,k ''P '";'>' 18per month. u.ilh be discoverable. so roi, .bonus, what is there to F. QODSON. "Celling ought to b. done To ,„. "£f* SfSL about the trouble and that without To '_* ""'• "' ^drocalelos. of time, and I have thought Wt-Msy 1 be pemutu-d that .me scheme of arbitration "S'Y '" 1,-1 "' r appearing should be Instituted to control the Wednesdays Advar.te (Nov. 12) laaatlon This it an age of "Conwritten by someone who 'Dissatisfied**? I have thought also that tierhap. Firt. allow me to inform him Birth'"or" o,,"/ s.',..' the Housing Board would take or. that %  Utter which rriticlre. a writCarols S-ir than with the job or at least co-operate In er's academic ability rather than Weil this is .. *.*. .... hatever scheme may be devised, his standpoint on any issue, mint Verrv Chrlsbti.. ! % %  I 'i know that the memo,,, of that be considered by ,n. unpre|udleed mS7^„e Lord tpari^iu h'e'dHosrd sre busv men. especially the reader, lacking in good taste. Fur, c he ^^^ Chairman, and lhat th. Secretary thermore, It is fairly well known DI)rTERI.NT. RALPH CARLTON Chrhlmat Cards t'gard to the Prise winning (.hiistmaa Card .iiaied Bim. f cannot say the same, as 'Firec-racktar'T bland remsrk that the birth ot his own ehll.i and Ihe birth of Jesus Christ, the Signet of the world, should both be eelehr.uxl In the same manner, trgil is bv Ihe drinking of rum. Perh.p." this writer also feels that the playing lain cal J'Psoe. and a little be-bop and "sn boogy woogy would be a more approprl.t, way of celebrating the WHAT A STKAHGl MIXTURE THEY MAKE IN MAU MAU By JOHN ItlDllliN NAIROBI MAU MAU fanatics, frantically trying to itirlen the movement against continued arrests, are wearing home-made robes closely resembling a Roman Catholic priest's vestments. I have studied these Mau Mau robes. Plainly, they are inferred by some renegade Christian well acquainted with Church vestments. Take the Mau Mau khanzu, the long white cassock-like garment normally worn by African waiters and house servants. The Mau Mau version has blue bands sewn round the neck and cuffs. This is a copy of the alb worn by a priest at Mass^—the blue bands correspond to the "apparels," the technical term for squares of silk or other material used to etuivh %  •>• a |h and the amice, a kind of neckcloth worn with the alb. Mau Mau "celebrants" also wear a strip of blue material round the neck, crossed in front of the body and passed under a blue belt—in imitation of the crossed stole and the girdle that are part of the Mass vestments. Another Mau Mau vestment is a cloak-like sheet with a hole in the centre through which the oath administrator puts his head. This corresponds to the eucharistic chasuble. One of these garments seized by the police had a number of crosses worked round the neckband — and so have chasubles. TO INSULT THE CHURCH. . lin one Mau Mau ceremony the "priest" wore his vestments with an ordinary felt hat on his head. The ceremonies at which the robes are used are often revolting. These vestments are not used at all Mau Mau ceremonies. A great deal is left to local initiative. The imitation of Roman Catholic practices is two-purposed. First, to insult the Roman Catholic Church, whose bishops in East Africa have solemnly excommunicated adherents of Mau Mau. Second, to cater for the "bush" Africans' appetite for queer cults in which the pagan predominates although there may be traces of Christian rites. THE 'FRIENDS OF THE DEVIL" THE more I study Mau Mau the more I remark its mixture of ancient and modern Africa. There is evidence that Mau Mau is organised on the basis of small cells of picked men who are given a good deal of freedom in matters of detail. When a cell is working successfully, one or two members are detached and sent to set up another cell in the same district. In fact. Mau Mau shows all the apparatus of a modern political movement — annual subscriptions (these are graded according to -means from £5 to 7s. 6d), offices, secretly circulated pamphlets, and equally secret regional offices. These offices are believed to be at African townships like Kiambu, Naivasha, Fort Hall and Nyeri—but no one has actually found them yet. It also has elements linked with a very dark Africa indeed. Many of the Mau Mau teachings echo beliefs everyone thought had been abandoned. For example, the anti-European emphasis in Mau Mau oaths is a repetition of teaching put out years ago by a sect, founded by an ox-member of the Salvation Army, which taught that all Europeans are friends of the devil. They used red uniforms, megaphones, and drums. Some clauses in Mau Mau oaths seem to come straight from the Watu Wa Mungu (The men of God), a sect formed 20 years ago by ex-mission scholars of ihe Kikuyu tribe. Mau Mau has also taken over a good deal of the black teaching of the Dini Ya Msambwa or Spirit Worshippers, who became aggressive during tne war under the leadership of African Christians expelled from their churches for polygamy. THIS sect has been involved in rioting, arson, and anti-Government propaganda. It is now banned. Mau Mau has undoubtedly pulled in some of its adherents. Mau Mau has a considerable talent for taking ingredients from other sources and using them in its own reeking brew.—I-E.S. By II \KV LOWRIE STILL NO SIGN of that eagerly awaited rain, and so the great drought of 1952 spreads from the central plains to both east and west coasts. Hard hit is the just-developing cattle industry of the .South. In Texas hundreds of ranchers have been forced out of business because of barren p a tures. Herds are being shipped to States with moister climates, Texas wheat farmers' losses are estimated at 253 million dollars (about £90,000.000). Cotton producers, their crops way, waydown, have lost another 220 million dollars (about £78.500.000). No one has estimated the livestock I Just Received • A a sasertBMt ot CADBOmVS .nd ROWNTM.E S CbocoUtM 10 PIMCDUUOO Bo**. — A** 8 "T, ._ PASCALL %  (ILUCOtE BARLEY SUOAB PABCALLS lfABBHHALLOWS JACOB'S ASSORTED BISCUITS THE WINDSOR PHARMACY. 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