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Mr. ‘Truman Has Tigh
Republicans Will
Be Unable ToCutit

WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. i

President Trumen said he will send a good tight budget

to Congress next January 20 and indicated that he thinks
Republicans will not be able to cut it very much. Asked for
comment on statements by Senator Robert ‘Taft about bal-
ancing the budget, Mr. Truman told newsmen that Taft does

Cong

Sabres [Russia Accuses U.S. Of |
Down500) “Hydrogen Blackmail” |

MIG Jets MOSCOW, Nov. 20. |

Pravda, official newspaper of the Soviet Communist
SEOUL, Nov, 20.



\

Party aceused U.S. military leaders of inspiring what it
called a campaign of “hydrogen blackmail”.

United It was the first reference to the hydrogen bomb made







States fighter ots i ; :
not know anything about what is in the budget and he had|shot down five Mae in — in the Soviet Press since the Washington announcement |
better wait until he sees it, The President said he has al-|battles ever North Korea today} early this week of successful U.S. tests.
. ~ways submitted tight and honest; bringing to more than 500 thp neon 7 Panda . Nir netiahithetntnntniome
budgets to Congress and that Con-/number of Russian made planes }i!tems o irfare t
i sf; gress never has been able to cut] destroyed in the 29 months old {Sores and H-bomb reports in U.S. U.N. Ask About
ec1en 1¢ them very much despite strenuous | Korean war. ne wep were a as
efforts, Sabre M.1LG. duels featured a ge vi a ae au ts P |
. $ Senator Taft, said this week he/day of stepped-up air activity |,, ink ‘hydrogen’ blackanall wht be | arceis
SS1On vere A - - tl for fiscal! which included B29 attacks on a|more sucessful than atomie black- | “7
1954 whittled down to about/huge metal processing plant and|..si]," ; F Pr
> $70,000,000,000 dollars compared | troop and supply éentre With te {" a H-bosb ‘eine or 1soners
For Russia with a $79,000,000,000 spending | day's five kills Allied pilots Have

By HAROLD GUARD

LONDON, Noy, 20.

A Communist Chinese scientific
delegation is going to Russia to
discuss the atomic energy pro-
gramme which Li Su Kuang, Vice-
President of the Chinese Academy
of Sciences said last month would
be started in China with Soviet
help. This wags announced at a
plenary session of the Academy
during the last week of October
and reports have only just
reached London. The announce-
ment said the delegation would be
sent to Moscow “to study advance
scientific cooperation.” Earlier in
October, Li Su Kuang told the

outlay for the current fiscal yeat

Senator Taft also said he think
a Republican Administration may
be able to cut spending by another
$10,000,000,000 in fiscal 1955. There
have been reports that Mr. Truman
would present a budget of about
$85,000,000,000.

“Very Happy”

President Truman said he wa
“very happy” that Mr, Eisenhower
expressed approval of the Ad-
ministration’s stand against forci-
ble repatriation of Communist
prisoners in Korea.

The President told a new
ference—his first since September
25—that the Korean prisoner sit-
uation was one of the man mat-
ters discussed in Tuesday’$ White
House Meeting. He verti the

con-



i









accounted for 502 M.I.G.’s
stroyed in the Korean war.

Fifth Airforce
said the 499th and 500th M.1.G’s
were shot down within 60 seconds
of each other.

On the ground a deadly hail of
fire from Allied artillery
machineguns and rifles ripped into
Chinese forces harassing Sniper |
Ridge on the central front. —U.P

123 Persons
Arrested

CAIRO, Nov. 20,
Police have arrested 123 persons

de-



|



‘entitled
Headquarters |

in a brief paragraph of qa one-
clumn review of the Koréan war |
“Aggressors Launching
Blackmail.” |
Among other things the news-/|
paper said: “as from a horn of
plenty from the pages of the}
American Press flow clearly in-|
spired Pentagon demands that a!
new onslaught be organized in
Korea, that Mari¢huria be bombed,
that the blockade of China be in- |

) tensified and the atom bomb be!
used.”

‘Characteristic raeket started in |
the American Press in this con-
nection in the past few days con-
cerned the allied enrichment of
the American military. arsenal
with a certain new bomb—'‘super-
bomb’ apparently by that is meant
the so-called hydrogen bomb.”



“Those who inspire such reports had









PANMUNJOM, Nov. 20.

The United Nations asked Com- |

munists to undertake deliveries of
Christmas packages for Allied
prisoners held by Reds. It was the
third time the U.N. has asked
Reds to accept parcels for Allied
prisoners. So far Reds have agreed

tonly to exchange mail.

Today’s request was made in a
letter from Lieut. General William
K. Harrison chief U.N. truce del-
egate, to North Korean General
Nam Il. The letter was given to
the Communists at a brief Liaison
Officials meeting. Lieut. Gen. Har-

rison first proposed the parcel ex-|
Shortly +

change plan August 5.
after that time Reds said they
taken the project “under |





THE TWO U.S. Housing experts seccaded to the Garibbear’ Commission, Mr. Hector Garcia qd) and
Mr. Donald Hanson (centre) examine experimental building blocks made by the Manager-Secretary of
the Housitig Board, Mr. T. 0. Lashley (r).



i Academy “preparations to :tudy|conference with the statenten: that “dangerous to public security” in] think ‘hydrogen’ blackmail will|Study."" When nothing happened | ee f ‘ 2
‘ep: “ e
i nuclear physies” had been com-|the election is.over and “we are|taids in the past two days accerd-jj;¢ more successful than atomic|lieut. Gen. Harrison proposed it} Oca y
t pleted. trying to get things in shape for |!™8 to Police Commandant Major | pjackmail.” ‘gsin on October 6. The Reds | usslans orm ee .
| These reports Have attracted{an early transition between the}/General Ahmed Hassan, Thev never answered the second letter: | e es | M. } ; Bl ‘ths
i ; t! i fatna 66 were picked up along with some The Lieut. Gen, said “it is inton- l a e Oc
secant official attention here be-| Administrations. 7 ‘ , | Ss erman IVISIONS |
cause little credence is placed on} He said one purpose of Tues-|Stolen property in raids in sibur- ARTIE'’S HEADLINE ecivable you should eontinue to} ‘
the suggestions that Russia is dis-|day’s meeting and one his} @n Zeitun Mataria, ueny prisoners of both sides the} | On 7 rial
posed to share any sort of atomic] present objectives is to let the|., Hassan’s announcement recalled MADAME GAZI simple and harmless benefits of PARIS. Nov. 20.
secrets with Red China. Officials} world know that this country has| the statement of General Moham- the exchange of parcels which T| formed 8 es said Russia, racing to keep ahead of
admitted that it is known that/a unified organization. He said he | ™€d Naguib in a speech last Mon- Fortune TELLER in propose.”—U.P. Informed sources saic aera SON oe er he Manager-Secretary of the
fissionable materials exist in Sin-| will try to meet again wit) Mr,|4@y that he would no longer toler- growing Western strength in Europe has formed three Housing Board, Mr. T. ©. Lashley,
kiang province. —U.P. Eisenhower before January 20 if} até agitators and rurnour mongers Kast German divisions equipped with artillery and 700] pas been experimenting in build-
the President-elect desir An official spokesman said Genera! 66 ” tanks to back her 22 Red Army. Divisions based in the Ger-|ing blocks made chielly of materi-
: Naguib was only expressing sar- omrade P| oman People’s Republic als which can be obtuinesd
p h Not Party Head casm when he threatened to re- locally. Mr. Lashley has bwilt a
Mr. Eisen ower Mr, Truman said he will con-|sign the Premiership in the same Y. 9 The three divisions were ‘ormed PY sia . wall of these experimental blocks
‘ - tinue to liave influence in the | speech. ou re j jburriedly recently from cadets Cor onation at his home in Beckles Road and
‘ Democratic Party but he indicated He said Gen. Naguib is cofivine- | originally planned for a possible > ° is keeping it under observation.
; ; | y j Y
that Governor Adlai Stevenson|ed of his mission toward his VIENNA, Nov. 20. | twenty-four and are reinforeed Sub-Commiltees : woke “a
Mr. Dulles would be the Party’s head, Helcountry and was only deriding Budapest artment stores | With Russian officers at each ; He is Sapectnntnitg, : ieee
t i added it's too soon to give his ideas|former Government officials who have forgotten their proper place | !evél of command. Formed Sy pee SF eaeee: *- 1. eatin
om the main factors ‘se |Rad offered Egypt -othing but cor- | in the Hi ian People’s Demo-| The Divisions are believed to jand clay. 2, cement, sang ‘and
for the Republican, Yiwgy., 4°) mention and ruin. —ULP. * “\eracy, the Hufigarian Communist | Comprise a 47,000 strong army| . The St, Lucy Coronation Com-jelay. 3. edlas, sand and a im
sald he Will be ready ‘te answer tila ; jpaper Bsti reported. Smart shops |¢oTps with headquarters at Pase-|;nittee met yesterday. On thef{the proportion ws oe wn ot
to Korea conferred today with| ‘at question in about six menths, i | it Said have begun selling top hats, W#IK. Russian officers reinforce-| notion of Mr, J, EB. 1, Branck.y, ane. om six sand anc
cial The President added he will not ;canes, monocles an ther items|ment has been increased frem|sub-Committees were formed,|/eig = y.
Mr, John Foster Dulles one of the ; , d other item | aes Mr. Lashle ave ‘thet. She
top Republican experts on Far|¢ "eady to announce his future oie e ets | intended for “gentlemen”. some half dozen per division to;The sub-Committees are to look] Mr. Las ley say’ hat - the
Eastern policy. Mr. Dulles, archi-| Plams until January 21—the day | nearly 350 or one for each level/after games and sports, decora- mixtures are holding w ell and
tect of the g ben eace treet after he turns over the White } Furthermore the paper com-|of officer command down to the|tions and illuminations distribu-jeven if it is felt to be a risk te
bndlud i. ttn th és ; 1081 House to Mr. Eisenhower. ew ecor } plained that salesmen in stores jevel of platoons, ‘ion of refreshment and charity}Use them at this early stage for
ee i are rae ti 4 ma tl He said that he will have neither a mane ane | habitually address customers as The East German divisions are,to the poor; musical and othe: building houses, they can be
oe inn ot, eae ae nore an apartment nor an office in THERMAL, California , Sir’ and “your excellene¢y” in- equipped with some 700 Russian'entertainment, and finance. tried for guard walls, etc, He
M Duties’ isit mae sey th Manke Washington.—U.P. 7 Nov. 20. | . | stead of “comrade”, T 34 tanks and about 150 forme r) Mr E. E, Barnett, Mr. Roy foresees a future for these mi
me S visit comes in the ie A Sabre Jet interceptor plane | ity ores ; Personnel of stores were warned German artillery pieces, Although;Ward, the Churchwarden and | tures and — the decrease in the
of the meeting yesterday between floshed over a Abiiile tabensred | that they would be fired if they |their armament. is lighter than Mr. F. H, Corbin are respectively | cost of building houses in Barba-
cue Whey meatier of tana. Reformatory course here to-day at a speed of | Decorate persist in these capitalistic habits. standard Red Army Divisions|responsible for summoning the) aos.

delegation to the U.N. who is)
slated to become Chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee in the next Congress.

After their meeting Mr. Wiley
said that Mr. Eisenhower assured
him he was completely behind the
principles of the U.N. afd was in

Boys Riot |

VIENNA, Nov. 20. |
About 100 youths with sticks, |
lead pipes and broken furniture}

last night fought 200 police in al

nearly 700 miles an hour which |
Air Force and North American |
Aviation Company officials
claimed is a new world’s record. |

The 86D interceptor was |
pitoted by Captain John Slade |
Nash on the course near Salton
a in the upper Imperial Valley. |
The Sabre jet made the run with

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full agreement with the current | "¢Volt in a reformators near here] fut) rocket armament and was
U.S. policy opposing forcible re-|Which police believe was in-|timed by electrical timers who
patriation of Communist prison- |8Pired by recent American prison estimated Capt. Nash had ex-

|riots, Nineteen boys were

ers in Korea. |and 50 arrested. Police ann

, ounced
The repatriation issue |

avas re-

injured |

ceeded the old record of 670.891
miles per hour.

: jtoday that one policeman was} Capt Nash flew the plane at an
sponsible for the ~~ y he badly wounded in his hand and gititude of only about 100 feet
negotiations between nae ty |Beveral others slightly injured.. !cver the course. part of which
Communist officials in Korea. It —U.P. crosses Salton Sea —U-P.
was believed that Mr. Dulles and .

Mr. Eisenhower discussed not
only Korea but touched on other
world trouble spots including Iran
on which the President-elect was
briefed during the White House
conference with Mr. Truman and
his: Cabinet Tuesday.

Mr. Eisenhower will get another
top secret briefing on military and
diplomatic affairs tomorrow—
possibly his last before leaving for
Korea. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
Junior, Mr. Eisenhower's Liaison
man with the -mtgoing Adninis-



Fourteen Communists
On Trial For Treason

VIENNA, Nov. 20.

Rudolf Slansky once the Kremlin’s top man in Commu-
nist Czechoslovakia and 13 of his “accomplices” went on
trial today in Prague charged with treason and espionage”,
Chief among those named as Slansky’s aides in an alleged
plot to overthrow the regime

he helped to build was Vlad- |

imir Clementis former Foreign Secretary.
” @ On eae ec Others were Bedrich Geomider
QUEEN IN TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD former Deputy Secretary General
a of the Party and reputedly the!
Soul 5 7 sim i frey eminence” of Czech Com-
5 7 fa y Py munists, Lieut-General Bedrich



QUEEN ELIZABETH I! piaces a wreath at the base of London’s War Me-

morial during the annual remembrance y ceremonie
looked on as the Queen, wearing a black t t :
in salute at the end of the services. (l r il Radiophoto)

Reicin, former Deputy Minister of
Defence and Chief of Intelligence,
Arthur London and Vavro Hajdu
former Deputy Foreign Ministers,

cast by Prague Radio at 6.00 <

%|G.M.T



UNESCO Will Meet
liz Monte-Video



PARIS, Nov. 20.
UNES.C.O. agreed to accept
Uruguay invitation hold the
xt meeting in 1954 at Monte-
Video despite the objection hat
would cost double
ession +e ‘ :
. er
—UP



Show Windows

With Christmas just over a

|month off, city stores have begun

lo decorate their show windows
and to display their Christmas
goods.

Toys of every description to suit
children of all ages are on display
and during the week, parents and
children have been inspecting the
various showcases making early
selections,

Some people have begun their
Christmas shopping already, and
in some of the stores, clerks have
reported that sales are gradually
increasing, They anticipate a
more rapid increase during next
week and the first week in Decem-
ber, with sales reaching their peak
during the weeks immediately be-
fore Christmas.

In addition ta local shoppers,
ity stores are looking forwatd to
a continuation of the trade with
visitors from Venezuela who come
to Barbados for the Christmas and
New Year holidays.

Iran Will Soon
Go Communist





HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, Noy, 20.

By

Diplomatic sources said Turkish

officials believe that Iran will go

pect and is pressing for :

t coup in Tram but Mr. Eden made

jit clear that Britain had resolyed

j against any action in unless

« Communist coup there was aided
force U.P.



by Seviet arme



Atoms For Peace

WASHINGTON, Nov. 20







President Truman predicted ;

| Wednesday r I the im-
force of tomic energy

be turned to “peaceful

es” withir nother genera-

M Tr nade the pre-

ture from the

made U.P

|

jloss a

—UP.



First Passenger
Flight Over Pole

COPENHAGEN, Nov, 20.

A Seandinavian Airways Sys-|
tem Viking plane which made}
the first passenger airline flight |
across the North pole was re-|
ported to have arrived at Thule, |
Greenland at 8.20 a.m, G.M.T.

The report was received by the
airline in Copenhagen from
Lyngby Radio here which picked |
it up from the plane’s own radio |
sender while the plane was still



circling over Thule United States

airbase in Greenland.

The Viking plane thus had
completed the second leg of its
Arctic flight from Los Angeles to
Copenhagen, According to sched-
ule the plane would stay at
Thule for two hours before it
tarted the last stretch to Copen-

hager,
—UP.

10 Die, 100 Hurt
In Train Crash

MADRID, Spain, Nov. 20.

Madrid-Seville express
its tracks near here to-
ay killing ten and injuring over
100 others. Five of the injured
ere so badly burt they are not
live, Fifteen others



The

jumped

expected to





Bourne and Miss Jean Clarke of
the Probation Office.

Schooner Burnt

The British Guiana — Barbados
hooner run suffered a great
few weeks ago when the
schooner Tomothy A. H. Van-
siuytman owned by Captain Basil
Stoll, caught fire and was com-
letely destroyed .in Trinidad.
[t is understood that at the time

of the fire, Captain Stoll’s wife
id several other persons were
the vessel, but no one

| De Linares and his aide suffered



their equipment is similar to that! first
being used by North Korean and
Chinese Communist forces against!
the United Nations in Korea. The!

four sub-Committees



|

three divisions were formed) ,/he St. Michael-South Local | Montserrat Floods
from cadéts of Communist police, 4580ciation will hold a special |

forces which had been under!GCneral meeting tonight at 8 (From Our Own Correspondent
Soviet type military training for|0'cleck at Scout Headquarters, | ANTIGUA, Nov, 20

| Beckles Road,

| included on the Agenda
—UP presentation of Warrants,
"| tien of bye-laws and a sket
pom

two years as potential cadets for
a full 24 divisions

No lives were lost in Montserra
are,|floods and landslides; greates
adop-|damage was in Kingsale srea.

ch by |Hstimated damage to government
‘is $40.000



French Officers In

Plane Accidents

HANOI, Nov. 20.

General Gonzales De Linares
Commander-in-Chief of the Tong-
king front was slightly injured
Wednesday in one of a series of
air accidents involving several
bigh ranking officers of the
French Expeditionary corps

French Command said General

4



| “slight injuries” when their light

plane was forced to make an , ‘ eat pcos
jemergency landing at an un- CHRISTMAS time's visiting
specified spot behind French-

| lines in the Vietminh area off time, and of courses.. time
Hanoi,

No further details on the mishap
) were available,
The second light plane also in-

for wine! A carefree atmos-

sp 2ct y » be > are: and

os tryin Ganera! Alara Cniet ‘of phere, the cheerful exchange
Staff of General Raoul Salan

Fiench Commander-in-Chief in of Greetings and Good Wish-
jindo-China, managed to reach

Hanoi after one of its two engines







¢ . te a1 > | fafle es and merry toasts made
Rudolf Margolius and Evzen Loe- gy 6 A apetes Ben cer, Sher ere on the critical list at the PO ae bata alah ints tar ich é y ,
|ber, Deputy Minister of Foreign | ‘N° oe Bs : pital. Three of the coaches of top ranking eng roams i ki
F ade 4 i . he § t SS T= | 5 ' . : 5 bi P i ark i
; ores a Ferja, former and determined measures” to meet |‘"@ Southbound express over |Golonel Rene Gracieux, Assistant merrier with a sparkling
h wconomic Adviser to Presi- | urned, The accident is believed | >" ah : - Sate
dent Klement Gottwald and | the possible spread of Soviet in- ‘o Have been caused ty a break | Ghict of ee of |General ee ' t KWYV.N 3
aa ; fluence there. Fd 3 re ¢ircled over Hanoi airdrome for glass o -W.V. No time,
| $igner of the Five Year Plan, | in the rail line. Up. over half an. hour with the land
| Joseph 3 Frank, Deputy General! ‘They said the ‘Turkish view was | ine wheels tightly jammed, They m ,
apd Otto Sling, former Party strongly put to the British Gov FOR TRAINING COURSE | finally managed ‘to get th either, to let your K.W.V. get
Chief in oN “4 oo * ernment last month when the jWheels out and made a_ safe}
\'so taking the stand in the Turkish Prime Minister and For- A six-months’ Trainin ‘ours. ling , i
i sae oe nis six- g Course ; landing | ‘ hi , .
court mre of Ingrim Pankracleign Minister visited London in Socidl Welfate Wotk is to be | —uU.P. | down: so while you're with
) Repay a, ore . © 8) British Ministers were said 6) held in Jamaica’ from the 18th of | }
meee! Svab, former Security}have “frankly discussed” with | 7. nuary 1y53 until the i8th of| us check your list for:—
the stneial 2 veka writer forl!Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden | july, it is understood that fout ;
| Rude Prev, and oe. picWsPaper| and Defence Minister Lord Alex-|Barbadians will be attending the! Fishing boat Resterer, own: - .
Rude Pravo and Otto Fisl, former}ander the weakness of Turkey's | Course, I by Hamblin MacClean, overturn- ® PAARL TAWNY
Beary od to East Germany. right flank They are Mr. O. Weekes and’ ed and sank off Bathsheba on|
ne iong-awalted trial came] They said Turkey is reported to| Miss M. Blackman of the Social Wocdnesday evening a bou . . y , .
Unexpectedly with a one line], willing to assist in any meas-| Welfare Office, and Mr. B. o'clock. Her crew. Mich el ¢ ® OGLOROSA SHERRY
government announcment broad-| yres t ken to forestall a Commun-

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Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr
George G. Page, B.Sc. (N.Z.)

aad Miss. Jean H. Glass on their
marriage which will take place at
on December 23 within
Kirk of the Greyfriars, Scot-

12 noon
the
land

Mr
Br dadier
D.S.O.,

Page is theeyounger son of
E. K. Page, C.B.E.,
M.C., and Mrs
Fadlett, Herts, and a grandson of }
Mrs. A. M. Arthur of Yorkshire,
Christ Church, while his fiancée is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Glass of Edinburgh

PAGE TWO
Wi TULL, the = tish Gui-
J recently P= sil
Barbado ha
ng succe An- |
guisied pat-
G or and Lady
t i t zed a Song R i
r St, J h’s Conven;, Hall |
mber 7. His ac- |
‘ oCcci io was |
r beth unwright for- '
Bist High School,
E Giiana,. and now Head-
of t Antigua Girls’
Sel 4 .
M fortunate in meet-
usician, Mr,





Govern-
itigua, who
erial mat-



zhi. the good offices
Tucker of the Brit-
that Mr, Tull met Mr.
and had other ar-
made ahead of time.

Acting C.J.
Mr

H* HONOUR 1
Chesoty, Puisne

Chief
during the
1 Collymore
Allan left on Wednesday for
where he will preside
‘ a sitting of the West Indian
Court of Appeal.

Mr. Chenery

Justice
Judge, is
Justice of the
absence of Sir



Island

Sir
Grenada

will combine the







utic fof Acting Chief Justice
th h ubstantive duties in the
or judicial office.
On Holiday

A tIVING here last week by
..C.A. from Canada was Mr.
R J. Heggie of the Flight Spree
tior Department of T.C.A. it
Montreal. He has come over for a
iday and is a guest at Cacra-
Hotel. ,
Heggie said that his first
impressidns of the island were
very good and added that he had
visited some of the beauty spots
and hoped to see more of the
island before returning to Canada.
Originally from Vancouver, he
has been residing in Montreal for
the past four and a half years





ét Depends On Circus

UST how large and represen-
tative a golf team Barbados
will send to Trinidad in Febrpary
to defend the MacIntyre Merfori-
al Cup, against the St, Andrew's
players, will depend on how big
success is the Circus to be pro-
duced at Paradise Beach on Sat-
urday night, December 6th. The



last time a Barbados team went
to T.inidad, travelling expenses
were raised at a wild west show
put on at the Crane, which wag
Buch a success that twelve men
and four ladies were taken along

to represent this Island. Captain
Jack Egan and Commander N. G.
Daysh, who is in charge of the
production, are confident that the
Cireus will support an equal num-
ber of delegates next February.

BY THE

“NHE considerable opposition
to the construction in Bolivia
of a tin-smelting plant is justi-
fied by fear of unemployment
among smelters other coun-
trie
But there is
point that
ide and

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in

the additional
Bolivian ore is low=
difficult to treat, and
Unesco is prepared to pay
for the project with money col-
lected for its 750,000-acre Cul-
tural City in Montana it is not
see where the money will
ne from, There must be no
n of the Camargue fiasco,
resulted in the discovery
there no tin in the
and that only large
of dirt were being
ted tou a useless smeltinge
Briancon,

Marginal note

ci y to

epellu

ich
was
Camargue,
quant
transpor
plant at

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far the funniest sentence in

ae Miss Bankhead’s auto-

} raphy is ‘one in which she

1 a man’s name is suppressed
“Por .considerations of taste, a

The menace of music
| NDUSTRIAL psychotherapeu-





tagogues have had a lot of
say about the benefits of music
in factories and its power to
speed the work by making the
worker contented. This doctrine
is now being challenged. It has
been ascertained that “Some
worke drop think while they
c their hands in time to the
tune, and hit things in time with
the rhythem.” It is easy to un-
derstand that a man who beats
time with an enormous hammer
on a ,delicate morsel of ma-
chinery is not helping output—
whatever he’s doing for music.
Moreoyer, it will not be long be-
fore flighty girls at a trivet-
welder begin to shake their
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Up which was raffled in ui

of the Ice Cream Stall, for the St.
Patrick’s School Fair, was won by

Mrs. Jean Williams of Airy Hili
St. George.
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‘oe will be some attractive
prizes .for the winners of

the Fancy Dress Costume Parade
at Woodside on Saturday, Decem-
ber 6th, when a Fair in aid of

charity will be held. The children
taking part in the parade will be

divided into age groups for the
sompetition
From Woodbridge

cor E. W. BROOKFIELD

and Mrs, Brookfield are at
present’in the island on about six
months’ holiday. They are staying
at Maresol Beach Flats.

Col. Brookfield, who arrived
two weeks ago, lives at Wood-
bridge, a small village near To-
ronto. His wife arrived yesterday
morning.

He retired from the Army in
1946 and is at present in business.
Returned Home
M*: and Mrs. Frank Barnard,

of St. Lucia, who were ar-
rivals from England by Dutch §.S.
Cottica left by B.W.LA. for St
Lucia _on Wednesday, 19th inst.

Leaving Tomorrow

MM": and Mrs. J. Frank Dun
leavy of Boston, Massachu-
setts, expect to return home by
the Lady Redney to-morrow afte
a very enjoyable holiday in the
island, They came down on the
ship on its last voyage from Cana~
da and stopped off here for their
first holiday visit instead of going
up to British Guiana as they did
on two previous occasions,

Mr. Dunleavy is President of
the Dunleavy Co, in Waltham,
Massachusetts.

WAY ....

An outbreak of dancing would
spread quickly, and would re-
duce the whole factory to a dance
hall,

It is necessary, in writing of
a musical. performance, to, employ
tthe language of musical criticism.

(Musie critic.)

Twenty Years of Uproar

O° course, You must not
write : “Having banged
about the keyboard like a
drunken sailor, he brought one
hand down with a fearful whack
which seemed to shake the
paltry instrument, Then, like a
fisherman tickling a fat trout, he
coaxed a_ recalcitrant note or
two with a bent finger. Then atv
it again, with all the weight of
his shoulders behind her punches,
slog, slog, slog. Never did ivory
take such punishment, Slam,
slam, slam, right to the bitter
end, which came suddenly with
a chord that crashed like an
oak-tree uprooted in a storm.”
* * *

N article in the British Medi-

cal Journal about the search

for new types of food reveals that

“Insects as items in the human diet

have recently been discussed in a

scholarly treatise by Bodenheimer,

Insects as Human Food (W. Junk,
The Hague),”

But I am glad to note that the
desire to eat grass “has originated
mainly in the minds of scientists.”
Entomophagi will have to decide
whether tinned insects contain as
much starch and diachrose H as
fresh insects, how long a frozen
gnat will keep its nutritive juices

and whether hornet pie is an
energiser,
My dream comes true

HERE follows a picture of the

food factories of the future.
There will be “sunlit troughs”
filled with “inorganic nutrients

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For The Winter
MoM and Mrs. R. L. Ellis, of
Muntreal, Canada, who had
been holidaying here for the past
five weeks as guests at the Ocean
View Hotel, will be remaining un-
til March to spend the winter.
This is their first visit to the
island and they are enjoying it
very much. They have covered
practically the. entire island and
think it a very beautiful spot.
Mr. Ellis, a retired banker, said
that some years ago he was one of
he Managers of the Royal Bank
of Canada in New York, He has
visited Jamaica before, but likes it
better here.

First Impressions Good
R. VAUGHAN H. McCORD
from Montreal, Canada, who

arrived by T.C.A. yesterday
morning, said that his first im-
pressions of the island are very
good. The people are friendly and
courteous and try to make one
feel at home. He has already spent
some hours on the beach which
he likes in addition to the sea
bathing, and thinks Barbados an
ideal spot for a holiday,

Mr. McCord is employed) with
T.C.A,. in the Traffic Department
in Montreal and will be here for
about two weeks as a guest at

Cacrabank Hotel.

First Visit
AYING his first visit to Barba-

dos is Mr. R. H. Cook, pro-
prietor of the Durham Tobacco

Plantations in Ontario, He came}

in by T.C.A, yesterday morning
from Montreal and will be re-
maining for’ three weeks’ as a
guest at the Ocean View Hotel

He told Carib that when he left
home, the weather was just be-
ginning to cool and will not get
really cold until December. He,
Howaver, liked. the qhange of
weather in Barbados which was
very refreshing. His family ex-
pect to come out here early next
year and he was sure they were
going to like it.

For The Winter
NAR. E. O'BRIEN, a Company
1 Director of Bournemouth,
Englang and Mrs, O’Brien are now

in Barbados for the winter. They
arrived here on Saturday by the
S.S. Golfito and are guests at the
Marine Hote:.

Mr. O’Brien has come Over
the interest of his health,

in



BY BEACHCOMBER

and carbon dioxide gas.”

boilers fired with chorella

for the manufacture of proteins,
fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins.”

The happy diners in restaurants
will send their complaints to the
head-chemist as one delicious dish
I have so long
been a champion of chemical food
that the least I expect is to be
made a director of a firm which

succeeds another.

cans gelatinised bluebottles.
Planning News
PLANNING official contem-

plating a small and unpro-
gressive Bedfordshire village the

other day, is reported to have said:

“It would be better if the whole

place were wiped out.” The in- Fe orate Clubs and Five
habitants, with an _ ingratitude The latter eccepta the

typical of mere human btings who
love their homes, resent this piece
in-
quiry will probably reveal that the

of constructive thought, An
village has not the requisite num-
ber of television sets to justify its
continued existence. The planner
is pretty sure to clinch his argu-
ment by pointing out that we are
not living in the Middle Ages.

an passing

IREFLIES now cost 2s, 3d. per
thousand, and that is what the
scientists who want to discover
what makes them glow will have
to pay. I can save their money
for them, The firefly produces the
glow by rubbing its heels together
on a windless night, The only
part of it that does not glow is
the dorsal amplex. Even the tibia
does its part. And it would take
174,983,681,291 fireflies to flood-
light the facade of Notting Hill
Gate Underground Station. This
would attract tourists as the flame
attracts the moth,



1,00
3.74 to 12.16

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The
sludge will be pumped into storage
tanks, and ‘white-coated chemical
engineers will turn steam taps on
resi-
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FOR FRIDAY,
LOOK

birthday
outlook

NOVEMBER 21, 1952

}
in the section 4
comes and find

is, according to

which your
what your
the stars

MAROH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Aries
_ ehterprisin Zz push that instinct
clously to-day. Also submit to
direction. from others qualified to give
t. Be careful to avoid unpleasant
associates

APRIL
Covering as many
will insure faster,
throughout week, year
Originality of thought

to MAY % (Taurus)-
details as possible
better progress
Control desires

sponsored.

| MAY 71 to JUNE 2t (Gemini)—When

you are about to say it, take time to
word it so not to hurt and be mis-
understood. Mercury says watch that
dual personality.

JUNE 22 to JULY 2~(Cancer)—Some |
surp?.ses likely. Be ready to make
capital of changes and good suggestions
Be quick to fit in with reconversion



JULY M to AUGUST % (Leo)—Com-
ng from an’ inauspicious to a benefice ,
configuration your day should improve
ag it advances. But you can spoil good
prospects by over- playing your hand |

AUGUST 2% to SEPTEMBER 2% (Virgo)
Preview looks encouraging f you
show initiative and resolution. They can |
carry you through to top gains

SEPTEMBER “4 to OCTOBER 28
(Libra) “Eefote you start on job, review
the situation carefully, Don’t strain or

overestimate abilities.

OCTOBER %&
(Scorpio) Dont accept
able methods, take the honest, uphill
swing. Your planet now approaches a
fine aspect. Romance rates in its turn.
|

to NOVEMBER

any quest on-

NOVEMBER % to DECEMBER %!
(Sagittarius)—Start slowly enough to
think how best to make‘this day really |}
big. Increase tempo gradually. Results
| will prove very gratifying



DECEMBER 23 to JANUARY 21 (Capri-
corn) —For every good and noble thought
and deed there is abundant reward
eventually. Have faith in yourself, and
; you won't go amiss.

|

to FEBRUARY 20
advantages for loans,
certain contracts. Personal affairs, plans,
industrial and constructions matters
have new hope. |

JANUARY
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»



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to succeed. Go after the good things
ground you. Work!

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friends ed ones, humanitarian causes
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LONDON, Nov

11.

During the course of the Debate on the Address in the

House of Commons on Friday, Mr.

tary of the Imperial Affairs

Bernard Braine, Secre-
Committee made the following

remarks which are of interest to the West Indies:

He said: “Let the House consid-
er for a moment the work of the
Colonial Products Research Coun-

cil, Whose task is to review the
whole field of colonial production
and to advise what colonial raw
materials are likely to be of use
to industry. I have in mind one
particular case. Last year, it was
my. privilege to visit the West

Indies. 1 visited the Sugar Tech-
nological Laboratory set up in
Trinidad, where Professor Wiggins
of the Imperial College has been
engaged in research into the eco-
nomic uses of sugar by-product

He has already demonstrated
that cane-wax can be producec
from the residues left after the
process of sugar extraction suit-

able for industrial purpose
is of significance to this country
because at present we de » the
bulk of our industrial waxes trom
non-sterling area sources. Here
is a waste product in the British
West Indies, which if it can be de-
velopedi—I have not the slightest
doubt from what we now know
of the work of Professor Wiggins
that it can be developed—will un-
doubtedly add substantially to the
wealth of the British West Indies.

There is a tremendously wide
range of uses for sugar by-pro-
ducts; they can be used to produce
ertilisers, paper, even blood plas-
ma and building materials. Such
development would add = im-
measurably to the wealth of the
British Caribbean area, which has
been dependent for so long on a
few main crops for export and has



been, therefore, particularly sén-
sitive to fluctuations in world
trade.

Anti-Locust

Then there is the Anti-Locugt
Research Centre, which has been
operating together with the Na-
tional Institute of Agricultural
Engineering and other bodies in
perfecting techniques for controll-
ing locusts. There is the woy . on
insecticides of the Colonial I \sec-
ticide Research United at Porton,
the Imperial College Field Station
at Silwood Park and the Colonial

Insecticide Research Unit in East
Africa,

Substantial results have been
achieved in the battle aguins!

tsetse and mosquitoes—enemies of
man and beast. This House should

be proud of the fact that in recent

;years we have managed almost



completely to eradicate malaria as
a killing disease in Cyprus, British
Guiana and now Mauritius.

Then there are institutions fn
fast Africa, Northern Rhodesia
and Malaya which are finding out
ways and means of increasing the

fish diet of the colonial pecple.
The list of such agencies is im-
mense. Their work is yielding
substantial ‘results.

Cocoa
In Trinidad last year I saw
something of what had been

achieved as a result of the training
of agricultural specialists and th
r@seareh work done at the Imperi-
al College. It was possible on one
estate to s€e cocoa grown it
has been grown for the last 30
years, and then alongside it to
se@ the results of introduting new
disease resistant and higher yield-
ing strains.

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Colonial
Balances
Increase

LONDON.



Colonial sterling balances in
London increased by £75 million
in the first half of this year and
now total £1,000 million. This
commercial debt, says the London
Evening Standard, in a leading
article will be “serupulously dis-
charged.”

The paper points out that in
achieving a surplus in its over-

seas payments during the first six

months of the year, Britain bene-
fited from the fine contribution
made by her Colonial Empire.

Britain is now a debtor to those
colonies to a total exceeding
£1,000 million. This *immense
sum is owed by a rich country,
Britain, to many comparatively
poor—although potentially rich—
countries for which she acts as
guardian, banker and _ trustee,
says the Standard. Britain has
bought from them on easy credit
terms a thousand million pounds
worth of goods in excess of what
she has sold,

The Standard leader continues,
“Could there be a more spec-
tacular demonstration of the
practical ‘value of the mighty
commercial structure known as
the Sterling Area? And could
there be a more convincing proof
of the productive capacity of the
Colonial Empire?

“Here is an immense financial
liability which causes us no
financial embarrassment, which
indeed stands between us and

grave financial crisis. And here is
an outpouring of material re-
sources by colonies which have
been neglected through the years,

yet are able and willing at the
end of these years to supply
£1,000,000,000 of their goods

without exacting immediate pay-
ment,

“This is what
pire is worth to
hard cash. It is also a summons
to constructive action by those
who now realise how shameful
and foolish were the long years
of neglect. For if the neglected
mpire can afford to let Britain
ve a loan of £1,000,000,000 in

the British. Em-
us in terms of

raw materials, what might have
been the contribution of a de-
veloped Empire-

“Certainly, Britain must look

with pride and gratitude on the
thousand‘ millions’ Wability, But
She cainot’ regard it with satis-
faction,

—L.E.S.

U.S. Will Pay
More Attention
To Far East



TOKYO.
The United States will concen-
trate her attention more on the
Far East and less on Europe as
a result of Eisenhower's election
victory, Tokyo believes today,
And the possible appointment

of John Foster Dulles, architect of
the Japanese peace treaty, to the

post of Secretary of State, would
underline this attitude it is
thought,

That may not mean more dol-
lars for Japan, because the new
administration will probably be
less syrmathetic than the Truman
regime . appeals for economic
aid, But Japanese industrialists

think they will now win Repub-
lican support for their tradg ex-

pansion plans, particularly in
Scuth-East Asia,
“Trade not aid” is the ready-

made slogan. It will be coupled
with appeals for pressure against
British interests in competition
with the Japanese drive.

Further, the new administra.
|; tion is expected to urge speedier
| Japanese r@armament. Premier
Yoshida will be “advised’’ to get
busy expanding his skeleton army,
})navy and air force,
| Only one thing causes uneasi-
| ness Eisenhower's promise to
j\)eplace American. front-line
troops in Korea With Koreans.
This has been generally misinter-
| preted in Tokyo as a move to-
wards scaling down the Korean
|war effort, from which Japan is
arning millions of precioug dol-

Le

' However,
| Bisenhowert"’
| Korea and



little expected of
ferthcoming visit t
» what can be done
labout enc the conflict.’ Suc-
| cessive trips by ministers and
| chiefs of staff have provided am-





| ple information for the General
to study at his leisure in Wash
ington. —L.E.S.





BARBADOS

Colonial Research
Cane-wax Will

Wins In icine



MARSHAL Alexander Papagos,
leader of the Rightist Greek Rally,

Another
‘Military’
Victory

By PHIL NEWSOM
NEW YORK, Nov, 20
Another military man won wu

important election this week.

He is 69-year-old Field Marshal
Alexander Papagos of Greece,
scourge of Greek Communists,
twice hero of Greece and staunch
friend of the United States,

To this veteran of battlefields,
the Greeks have now turned in
their hope for their first stable
government since the end of
World War II and an end to ruin-
ous inflation and unemployment,

Papagos’ Greek Rally Party
which is only little more than a
year old won approximately 240
out of 300 Seats in the Greek
Parliament and polled more votes
than the Progressive and Libera:
Coalition and Leftwingers com-
bined.

Gen. Papagos faces a great task,

Economically Greece's situation
could hardly be worse. Approxim-
ately 40 per cent, of her meagre
income goes into armament, She
imports more than tive times the
amount she is able to export and

actually has been able to exist
only through U.S. help. But that
American help in turn has been

reduced because as Greek economy
sank lower and lower Greeks
were unable to carry their share
of the burden. Inflation, black-
markets and unemployment have
flourished.

United States aid now, however,
may be increased. Papagos is the
type to appeal to the U.S, business-
man, He knows he needs help but
has been a constant critic of in-
efficiency in previous Greek Gov-
ernmments and he believes the
Greeks must not come to rely
wholly and forever on U.S. help.

—U.P.

Gets Air Award
; sm: :



MRS. JACQUELINE AURIOL, daugh-
ter-in-law of French President
Vincent Auriol, has a smile for
cameramen on her arrival at Idle-
wild Airport, New York, ‘after a
flight from Paris. Mrs, Auriol
one of the world’s leading women
fliers, is in the U. S, to receive :
decoration from President Tru-
man for her air achievement:



MAIL NOTICES

Mails for British Guinan:
Philip H. Davidson will
the General Post Office as Under

Parcel Mail and Registered Mall
S30 a.m Ordinary Mail at 9 ar
Saturday, 22nd November, 1952

a by Sct
be closed

the

Mails for St. Lucia by the Sch. Marea
Henrietta will be closed at the Geners
Post Office as under

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at
€.30 a.m. Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m
Saturday, 22nd November, 1952

ADVOCATE

Progressing

Big BAW. Sugar

Increase Coming

With a big expansion in sugar production forecast for |
and British Guiana this
Britain’s Caribbean colonies will consolidate their position |

the British West Indies

as the leading sugar produce

Dr. Nkrumah
Asks People’s
Opinion

Dr. Minister of the Gold Coast, has
asked chiefs and people to give his

vs of the Commonwealth.

The first forecast of a ot =f
53 ison, made by Messrs. a
Czarnikow, Lid. the oan
Sugar-broke estimates the |
season’s production at 250,000
ions in British Guiana and 685,000



on

PAGE THREE

_

LONDON

season,



in the British West Indies.
This total production of
935,000 tons in the Caribbean

To sharpen

coteuise gives then a clesr appetite there is nothing like
the largest producer, where

1952-53 production is forecast
at 900,000 tons.

Colmans Mustard





government their views on certain _ British Guiana and the British
Proposed constitutional changes by West Indies have made more
the end of March. eady and spectacular progress
Dr, Nkrumah’s statement follows (1 expanding their sugar output
the talks which he had in the Gold than any other p of the Com
‘oast last summer with Colonial onwealth
Secretary, Oliver Lyttelton. It was From a crop of only 499,000 | Agents: T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO. Rridectown
then agreed that proposals for self- ton in 1939—40, they have ee a ee ee -
government within the Common- pushed steadily forward in the
we eee be 2 hergi by the post-war years. Thei; 1951—62
oO oast government after con- “cor 2 » Czarnikow
sultation with the chiefs and the rik thay non By I gn in
p . seLcei eae ans f , ws :
people, for disc ussion between the British Guiana and 661,000 tons
United Kingdom and the Gold ae! : ies |
Coast governments. in the British West Indies
Dr, Nkrumah has now put for- Out of the 1951 oe UP,
ward a number of points, One is almost three-quarters has been
the position of the three ex officio Sent to Britain, or is being sent.
members-—-Eurc peans—at present During the first nine months of
holding the portfolios of Defence this year, Board of Trade re-
and External Affairs, Finance, and turns show, the United Kingdom
Justice; and whether all or any of imported 448,970 tons of West
these should be replaced by repre- Indian sugar. If this rate is
sentative African ministers. maintained until the end of the
year, it will bring total 1952
Defence sugar exports to Britain from

If a representative minister were
to replace the ex officio Minister
of Defence and External Affairs,
this would imply that the Gold
Coast would have to take over im-
mediately full responsibility for
her own defence, the main burden
of which is now borne by the
forces of the Commonwealth. The
Gold Coast would also have to be-
sentation as regards trade in for-
eign countries.

her changes suggested were
full authority for the Prime Min-
ister to appoint or remove cabinet

ministers and assign their port-
folios, in line with British prac-
tice. Chiefs and people would

have to say whether any electoral
changes were needed, anal, if so,
the powers and composition of each
chamber of the legislature would
have to be considered,

The extent of Africanization of
the Gold Coast Civil Service was
also a matter for consideration
Other points related to the effect
on the civil service—particularly
on expatriate officers and on fu-
ture recruitment—of any change
in existing safeguards,

The Gold Coast executive now,
as a result of the constitutional
advances of 1950, consists of a
cabinet of 12 presided over by the
Governor, with Dr, Nkrumah as
Prime Minister and an unofficial
majority of eight Africans.



Dope-runners
Arrested

”
HONG KONG.

Police have smashed an inter-

national dope-running gang which

has been sending heroin and other

drugs into the United States con-
eealed in firecrackers and cigar-
ettes,

Two police agents worked their
vay into the dope ring and gained |
their confidence by posing as air- |
line workers who could facilitate |
the transit of the drugs,

They started work early in Sep-
tember, following the arrest of |
Chinese in San Francisco and re- |
ceipt of information from the!
United States consular authorities,

Then, on October 30 their police
rnided a Hong Kong hotel. There
they caught a Chinese man with |
dozens of packages of firecrac kers |
and tins of cigarettes in which |
drugs were ingeniously concealed,

Later, at his home, the police |
seized more dope
The man, David Chan, who |

pleaded guilty of being in posses- |
sion of dangerous drugs was fined

the equivalent of £300 or six}
months’ imprisonment. !
He was, tiowever, described as |

“a mere stooge” by the police, who
have since made several more ar-
rests.



RATES OF EXCHANGE





the
600,000 tons,

I

roducer

pr

Ww

year
comparatively
720,000
come responsible for direct repre- tons of sugar
the

year,

Commonwealth

still

476,000 tons and is sending
one-third

\

Car

sritish Guiana
nly
vhich have
vxports to

t
f

lies have
ip
lies from other

fc

export
year
Commonwealth
th
this
are



Yelling NEW YORK Buying
NOVEMBER 20, 1952
3/10 pr Cheques on al
Banke 70 6/10°
Sight or a
Demand Drafts 70 4/10% p
4/10% pr Cable
4/10% pr. Currency 1/10% 4
Coupor 68 4/1049
pr Silver 20 pr
CANADA
pr Cheques ot
Bankers
Demand Draft
Sight Draft
i Cable
0% pr, Currenc 72 7/10
Coupons 12% pr
50% pr Silver 20° pr



‘(International Power:
Another Peak In 1952

The operations of International
Power Company Limited in
Venezuela, the Republic of Sal-
vador, British Gwana, Bolivia, and
with a ubstanitial interest
Monterey Railway, Light & Power
of Mexico—continue to result

n new all-time peaks in gross and
net ear

Co,









nings, and the year 1952, we
are informed, will prove no ex-
ception t what has proved a
rule” fo number of years past
For gross earnings of subsidiaries
je from $6,233,267 to higher
levels in 1949 and 1950 and by
$3,800,000 or over 60% to a new
level of $10,052,842 in 1951, while
t profits in the me period were
p from $2,051,498 53,494,837
r tance the of
1951 ov 1950 were a





in the preceding years.

For 1951, net on the common wa
$16.22, up from $12.65 in 1950
An interesting ire of the year
1951 and 1952 was a distributior
which lifted the return to share
holders very substantially from the
modest regular dividen yment



This took the form of distribution
under Section 95A of the Income
Tax Act of an amount equal to $43

per share of Common in the forn
of new tax-free 54%% preferred
shares, $8,415,100 in all, Of thi
total, $1,415,000 was purchased and
cancelled during the year Ar-
ungements were made this year
fo the purchase of $2,600,000
dditional

Steady progress is made year by

year in increasing the “power”
‘apacity of the company to meet
growing demands from the v
eas for which service

the power coming f
all hydro-electric plants, but
largely from oil or gas. During the
ome $2,800,000 wa

sriou



ed om some







|

|

is provid- |

account and 4a
will be util

ized in the total for |
levelopments in the past 6 year

around $10,000,000





The common stock of 195,610
hares has proved exceptionally
trong in the past two years, mov-|
Zz up from around 46 when it
‘ex” on the $42 distribution |
c yying up to a 1952 rar
3144,—5614 with f ]
last week at 68



Caribbean colonies to some

No Commonwealth sugar
sent such a high
its crop to the
Australia,
this

other
has
of
Kingdom.
conditions
the crop to the
poor figure of
sent only 20,3874
to Britain during
nine months of this

oportion
nited
here drought
reduced

tons,
first

Mauritius, one of the

sources
1951-52

leading |
of sugar |
crop of
about
to Britain, None
recorded as having come this
from South Africa.

British West Indies and
are therefore the
Commonwealth producers
increased their sugar
the United Kingdom
year. Their remarkable
Torts to maintain Britain’s sup-
almost entirely made
serious losses of sup-
sources,

Greatly improved, too, is the
British West Indies’ position
by comparison with Cuba
among the important suppliers
of U.K. sugar. While U.K. im- |
ports of sugar from the Brit-

ipply, had

a

of it

The

MS

for the

Tiles and woodwork gleam and sparkle dfter
ayquick rub with Vim on a damp cloth, Vim cleans
quickly, smoothly — keeps surfaces brigh, and
polished, without a scratch, Use Vim for pots and pans,

sinks and baths — a// your cleaning.
have a long way to go be-

they begin to fulfil ed

allocated to them under the | cleans everything
smoothly and speedily

|

ish West Indies and British
Guiana increased from 312,014
tons to 448,970 tons in the first
nine months of this year, im-
ports of Cuba dropped back
from 778,814 tons to 451,159
tons.

While the







British West Indies

Sugar Agreement
to meeting
produces
obligations

closer
other
their
agreement

are much
quota than
lo meeting
nder the

ey

—B.U.P.



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Friday, November 21, 1952

TRADE

THIS n th a aad ‘ MR, BDEN-is angry. He bitterly evidence from the Nuremberg trial = ss = SS
P oe i ith, as everyone knows, the | yosents the comments on Sir boat ify Charles Wintour that at the start of the war two foreign fears of a cut in the American aid

rime Ministers of the Commonwealth liam Strang’s régime at the For- suitcases full of documents from ‘ , NGOL
are meeting i a, for lk ‘ eign Office published two week No Names the British Embassy in Rome were which poured - ander President Tramas's In ROLLS 6 Feet and 9 Feet Wide
. leeling in London to formulate a | 450, MR. EDEN quickly told the for sale on the Italian black} Democratic administration, , one ok ae a
plan which will expand world trade and House: “It really was not my market. The documents were un- His cards go on the table in January for UR LENGT

so lessen the possibilities of friction be-
tween countries of the Western world.

This week Mr. G. H. Adams left Barba-
dos for Jamaica from where he will later
adyiser to the

go to London as an

appreciate why Stalin and Marx set trade

at tne

Secretary of State for the Colonies who suggests that the erenenpare appointment, had anything to do only four of the public schools— estimated to call for an expenditure oi
is representing Colonial interests at the | Yant. For he seems to support a With a a Pree ory It Eton, Harrow, Winchester, and| 85,000,000,000 dollars, (£30,357,000,000) or OIL CL T
Commonwealth economic conference. The | special, form of privilege for the poe § aye Peah made gr a iwWeE Ty th ance.. The For-| 6,000,000,000 dollars (£2,143,000,000) more at
occasion of this Commonwealth conference | ™6n of Whitehall—power without eign Office is seven times as big) than Congress voted this year. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.

; publicity, errors without public Mr. Eden has created a situa- gs jt was pre-war. Embassies Successors To
will perhaps help those who tend to criticism. tion where blame for the Maclean spawn where only consulates The new Congress is even more economy S. PITCHER & CO.
departmentalize litics’ and trade t 4 a : . _. appointment cannot be placed on ¢xisted before. Recently Mr. ; { e '° °
ee eee eee eS ae This has never been the invur'- Ministers. because. they knew $uSted before. Recently | MX-| minded and many Republican Senators and Phone 4472, 4687 BECKWITH STORES

of events which determine
human history. Although the meeting of

centre

Commonwealth visitors is hailed and Kat audenvics PP gf a ram Lat up. - | ra to this seas is nearly £9,000,000. Diplo-; and dropping to — 60,000,000,000 dollars
rightly by British apologists as a concerted | Admiral Jackie Fisher, a Servic« oe one aig matic and allied services | in

British attempt to expand world trade it
will be seen by many others as an attempt
to regulate British trade in the paramount
interests of the British Commonwealth.

. ; . = ants j i wer when he takes over s
The Russians may be hoping that as ae tale anneren in the Personnel Department at th? to lecturers at German universities, It is a 7 ae Nae changes he likes ‘round-the-clock service!
Britain and France’ will quarrel with their own right. They give Press ser bogs Mr. Middleton to- subsidised entertainments abroad,| 4&5 president to y

America about markets and they know
that Germany and Japan do not intend
to sit back and do nothing to regain their

| i ; ; ; i for smartness, i !
place in world trade. Good Job, But... in Persia. Yesterday he drove his Tull history of Britain's digiomacy Complicating the issue is a ener eet Shoes for school wear ae
If the U.S.S.R. was not a self-contained Look at Sir Gladwyn Jebb, ane Srit =~ ee fe te Al ¢. since the war. This country has; to transfer much of the European aid to Asia street... dress. . . and business.

fc Cig he . British representative at the See Htish diplomats to leave suffered one diplomatic humilia-~| to meet the still developing threat of Com-

economic unit Russian dreams of a split
in the Western camp might be dismissed
as dreams. But Russia is not only a self-

Ministers, made by: Mr; Eden. H id S ‘ in : into the de- Here's a wonderful chance for
detairidd: ecénomio“unit ‘but has seen Sir Gladwyn seems to be doing atustus’. Rodden, ret unjust.” by Albanian mines, 44 British contemplate bringing Pakistan into t busy men to take care of shoe

. : 4 good job. But if he ever made y cannot agree * sailors were killed—and we get| fence system of the free world because of needs ~ years to come! Choose
to offer to Germany and Japan and to some gross error, how could Mr The performance of the-Foreign 2° compensation, While America| j4. strategic location and its 80,000,000 popu. styles for dress-up occasions, for

other countries in the Western sphere of
influence.

Russian propaganda is still effectively
used (especially: at meetings of the
United Nations) to spread discontent
among peoples who aspire to national
independence. No Communist agent could
hope to have any followers unless he was
called a patriot and unless he stressed
national independence as the goal towards

5 ’ ; > ign is no question that Cicero became the Repubiicans wield in Congress and by
, > wee wor 0 nons, admitted that the Foreign !§ P0 F 0 y

which he was working, The idea of | ire dossier on Maclean “did not the valet of Sir Hughe Knatchbull- New Chief? the fact that a coalition of Republicans and
national independence can be accommo- epresent the full picture.” This Hugessen, ambassador in Ankara YES, there is something serious-

dated to suit the circumstances of each
country. Sovereign countries can be
accused of being under the domination of
American. dollar imperialism: while non
self-governing territories provide the
Communists with unlimited opportunities
of spreading their pernicious doctrines.
The economic integration of the West-
ern alliance which might follow upon the
successful working of the European
Defence Community and the discovery at
this month’s commonwealth conference of
a trade formula which will result in an
expansion of world trade would force
Stalin to lose faith in Marx’s dictum that
imperialist powers must. periodically go
to war to fight for markets. If the imperi-
alist powers were instead to follow the
Russian example and form a self-contained
economic unit the whole of Russian for-
eign policy would have to be revised and
Marx would have been proved hopelessly
wrong. But so long as the countries of the
Western world have to compete amongst

as Stalin still gives them. It is vital that

Over Whitehall?



And in a speech last week Mr.
Eden came to Sir William’s de-
fence. He said that “Junius”, the
,uthor of the article, had broken a
tradition that civil servants should
never be “attacked in this way.”

Now Mr. Eden is making a big
claim, and a mistaken claim, if he

able rule. Fourteen years ago Sir
Horace Wilson, then the head of
che Civil Service, was directly at-
tacked for his activities as Cham-

chief, was hotly criticised.

The legaiistic fiction that Minis-
ters are responsible for every sin-
gie decision in their departments
has been outmoded for years. It
is time to kill it off completely.

conferences.-They represent Brit-
ain at the conference table. The
power which is theirs can now be
seen.

United Nutions.

made him more familiar to

Eden pretend that he, as Foreign
the

Secretary, should take all

blame for it?

Never has this system of “Min~ giplomats
sterial responsibility” looked more jg9 narrow a social circle,
feeble than during last week’s trayagance is common. And our

Television has
the
American puolic than most British

responsibility,” Lord Reading
stuffily told the peers he would
not give the names of civil
servants involved.

Well, who was responsible? It
is no good for Mr. Eden to suggest
that the ailing Mr. Bevin, Foreign
Secretary at the time of Maclean’s

nothing about it, and cannot be
placed on civil servants because
Ministers say it would not be
cricket to reveal any names.

of Sir William Strang’s officials
who, by virtue of his office,
must share some responsibility for
the appointment of Maclean to be
Head of the American Department
in October 1950. He is Mr, George
Middleton—at that time Head of

day? He has just left Teheran.
Since the recall of Sir Francis
Shepherd, Mr. Middleton has been
acting as British Charge d’Affaires

‘Most Unjust’

NOW examine a second point

Office in recent years has shake
public confidence.
been shocking. Too many

are still drawn from

parliamentary discussions on the diplomacy is not getting results.

Maclean case,

Lord Reading, in the House of
Lords. admitted that Maclean had Burgess and M

Look at the record.

SECURITY: Apart from

and that “in the course of a violent 4, jight since the war.

bout” he broke a colleague's leg.

Mr. Eden, in the House of Com-

was a singular example

liplomatic -half-truth:

vas positively misleading.
One of the

peers tried to find

The full truth has yet to be told

about the spy Cicero. But the

Nazis.
Even

1 Stans
Security has Britain

Ex-

the

ee Meipe ry 4 t aclean story, two
been “drinking heavily” in Egypt, other grave incidents have come

if use was made of the

important, but the Germans
thought they could use them to
break down embassy ciphers,
‘Closed Shop’
PERSONNEL: The social “closed
shop” in the Foreign Office still
operates. More than a third of
Britain’s ambassadors come from

status. Why?

.The cost in foreign currency of
maintaining Britain’s diplomatic
and consular establishments over-

America alone cost £ 1,222,780.
Before the war the total cost of

the British Council on such

propaganda luxuries as subsidies

and the maintenance of libraries
in foregin cities.
Humiliation
DIPLOMATIC FAILURES: It

tion after another. We have lost
our oil refineries in Persia — and
we get no compensation. Two

of our destroyers were damaged

protects her troops in Japan,
fails to obtain similar

rights for her own men, and so we

‘OP cannot obtain the release of the

British seamen imprisoned in

Japan. There has been no success
in securing the release of Mr.
Edgar Sanders, imprisoned in
Hungary, although the Americans
have secured the freedom of his
associate, Mr. Voegeler.

There was a muddle about com-
mand problems in the North
Atlantic Alliance. There was

Te over-eagerness to rearm Germany.

of the during the war, photographed top ly wrong with the Foreign Office.
the dossier Secret documents ih the ambassa~-

bility. True enough.
And if he cannot see, or will

ut who was responsible for ap- leakage after it was discovered. not admit, that the Foreign Office

pointing Maclean, with his record Operation Cicero was the biggest requires a
f drynisen violence, infantile tan-

trum, anid Communist professions,
9 a comparatively senior job at
M.P’s

the Foreign Office.

were Namier.

security howler of
world war.

the second

thorough shake-up,
then “Junius,” in his next article,
would be justified in saying that

A new book by Sir Lewis |the Foreign Office needs not only

“In the Nazi Era,” draws a reshuffle among the permanent

equally curious to know how the @ttention to another gap in For- officials, but a new political chief

appointnient came to be made.

The

Grea

eign Office security. He quotes





t Re former

as well.—L.E,S,

Admits A Few Lapses

THE CIFEAND DEATH OF A
NEWSPAPER. By J. W. Robert-
son Scott, Methuen 30s, 417
pages.

THE newspaper is the Pall
lall Gazette, which died in the
venties and was buried in the
.vening Standard, It had been in-
uential, high-minded and un-
srofitable, A remarkable series of
nen had been its editors; the
srst Lord Astor was, for a time,

ing to light countless interest-

By G. M. Thomson

himself a moral] struggle to wage,
as remarkable extracts from his
diary reveal:

“I have grieved my wife deeply
this year by a flirtation with a
Scotch lassie. It was a passing
folly. I kissed her a good deal
more than was wise or right.”

“With regard to Mme, Novikoff”
(a Russian patriot living in Eng-

e Mr, Eden may protest that he
was clearly so incomplete that it 0r’s safe, and sold them to the now bears the ultimate responsi-

loathing

fhplf-malicious portrait of the

young Arnold Bennett, living in

a Montmartre apartment, filled
with fake Empire furniture.
7 *

As aman of letters and a

Bohemian, he must have a mis-

tress as a thrifty native of the

the entire Foreign service was
only £2,000,000.
Money is frittered away, through

WASHINGTON.
IT WILL not be long before Gen. Eisen-
hower announces whether he will allay

all the world to see.

Just before he quits in January, Truman
presents to the new Congress his final budg-
et for the year 1954. It was, unofficially,

Representatives pledged during the election
campaign that the limit would be 70,000,-
000,000 dollars (£25,000,000,000) next year

( £21,429,000,428) by 1956.

Included in the new estimates is some
8,000,000,000 dollars (£2,857,000,000) for
foreign aid.

in the budget before it goes to Congress.

And the question is where is he going to

start chopping?

munism.

+ em
’

The foreign aid planners, for instance,

lation.

It is pointed out that Pakistan is only 90
minutes flying time from several of Russia’s
industrial centres and many Americans feel
it would be a wise investment to build up a
Pakistani army and construct American air-

fields there.

The new president’s problem is made even
more difficult by the tenuous control which

Southern Democrats this year cut foreign
8,000,000,000 dollars
(£2,857,000,000) to just over 6,000,000,000

aid from almost

dollars (£2,143,000,000),

Will they line up against the new chief
and shatter his plans for building up the

free world’s defences?

Some services must suffer if the Republi-
can promise of reduced spending has to be
So it is wondered whether the econo-

kept.
mies will be made in the fpreign programme’

the armed services, or in the domestic field.
To add to the problem, about 8,500,000,000

dollars (£3,036,000,000) worth of taxes are
to be found during the fiscal year 1954 from

such items as excess profits tax on corpora:

tion earnings, a 195l-approved increase in
income taxes, and excise taxes on liquor
cars and cigarettes. If these are allowed tc
die, new sources of revenue have to be
found unless the axe falls heavily. Just
where it falls is keeping Americans and the
world in suspense,

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LONDON.

SPICE is added to’our knowledge of life
overseas with the publication of the
revised edition of “introducing the Colo-
nies.”

Ap imaginary Mrs. Beeton, of cookery
book fame, makes a quick tour round the
Overseas Territories. The result is a chap-

ter in this booklet on the world’s more J others, eg. Parnell and_ Sir, himself Maugham (as his volume : i
uncommon dishes me itt ge But. what Charles Dilke, whose political of late essays reveals) is stilt; being divided more evenly than ever before
p With! Pn what careers were ruined by divorce capable of a swift stroke with the| The richest tenth of the populafion is get-
Here are birds’ nest soup, fu-fu, palm = ley read in Mr, Robertson actions, Stead vehemently ap- claws. 7 ar ;
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oil chop, and beche-de-mer.

The only type of birds’ nest suitable for
culinary purposes, so the booklet informs
us, is that of a particular species of swal-
low frequenting the rocks and isles of the
eastern seas.

4..d fu-fu is yams or Indian corn served

ever, are of a different way of thinking,



og (and some. surprising) facts
‘bout distinguished figures of a
yygone age. And he publishes
hem in a volume which looks
ike a collection of notes, awaiting
inal arrangement,

« cs * .
Lord Morley, for three years
editor of the Pall Mall Gazette,,
was scholar, statesman and agnos-
tic; he wrote the be@st English
book on Voltaire. He erected an
mposing monument of labour and
piety, the Life of Gladstone. He
ves a Secretary of State several
times over. At one time he was
thought of as the next Liberal
Ptime Minister. And he was called
Priscilla” by Campbell Banner-
man, who beat him in the race for
the Premiership.

The last man in the world who

A young married’ woman, with
whom Morley had ‘been on terms
of honourable friendship knocked
at his door one winter’s night and
said she had left her brutal hus-
band for ever. Morley let her have
»ne of his two rooms for the night;
next morning he said: “I have com-
promised you: the ionly thing to

can have known of his wife's ex-
tence, She was not mentioned in

remorse and humiliation. . . Even
in the height of the first excite-
ment I never wavered in prefer-
ring Emma” (bis wife) ... “But
my head is very bad and it is
time to go to chapel.”

Most curious of all the extracts
from Stead’s private journal is
one which Robertson Scott has
printed with some misgivings, In
it Stead describes his decision to
have a sixth child: “Since she con-
ceived,” it goes on, ‘I have read to
her Ibsen’s plays, Tolstoy, Faiths
of the World and part of Gogol. I
shall read Goethe, Shakespeare,
etc. She is still various in her
moods.”

Stead emerges as
breast-beating, sinning repenting
man whose own lapses did not
make him any kinder to those of

an earnest,

proved of the condemnation of
these eminent sinners.
He went down with the Titanic.
> . e

By the time Stead left the Pall
Mall Gazette (1890) the paper

was doing badly; it limped on for b

a time under the proprietorship
of the Hon. (as ex-member of the
New York State Legislature) Wil-

appeal that H. G. Wells, fat and
homely, had for women? Somer-

T’ve told her about you.”

Maugham was not tempted,
even when Benett added, “She
reads a great deal, Madame de
Sevigne and all that.”

Elizabeth Russell, author of
once-famous Elizabeth and her
German Garden, was a person
whose tart flavour Maugham
could appreciate, When he asked
her if it was true that she read
Ww her husband while he lay
dying, a book in which she had
drawn a caustic portrait of him,
she replied. “He was very ill. He
would have died-in any case.” In
her writing-room hung the ,quo-
tation “Peace, erfect peace, with
loved ones far away.”

Musing on the _hearth-rug,

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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Salesman Jailed: Building
Breaking And Larceny

Tee as
Unnatural

Offence

His Lordship the
Justice Mr. J. W.
the Court of Grand
terday postponed
Denzil Harris
and Ethan

Acting Chief
B. Chenery at

sessions yes-

se myer e on
(17) of Bank Hall
Brathwaite (18) of
Britton’s Hill when they “althdind
guilty of committing an un-
natural offence on September 26
this year.

Both defendants
sented by Mr. G. B. Niles while
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor
General, appeared for the Crown.

Mr. Niles asked the Court for a

were repre-

medical report about the two
defendants. before passing sen-
tence. He also said that in Eng-
land the offenders were placed
on probation and something was
done for them. The old idea of
imprisonment was not looked

upon seriously.

Mr. Reece said that the youth
of the island must be protected
against fiends. He was not against
postponing sentence but the court

must take a firm attitude against
prisoners who commit this of-
fence.

During the time which these
offenders are on probation they

and
they

would continue their practice
extend the practice which
have enjoyed for some time.



St. Andrew
Not St. George

The General Board of Health
on Wednesday approved the
division and sale of 193 acres,
3 roods, 26 perches of land in
lots at Walkers Plantation, St.
Andrew and not St. George.

It was inadvertently stated
yesterday that it was St.
George.

Wanderer III And
Viking Going
To St. Lucia

“Wanderer III” and “Viking”,

the two yachts that crossed the
Atlantic to Barbados on the first





An ze jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yester-

day Geliberated for 20 minutes and found 21-year-old
sal me Malcolm Forde of Richmond Gap, St. Michael,
guilty of breaking and entering the building of Lynch In-
vestment Trust Co., at McGregor Street sometime between
August 30 and September 1 and stealing articles to the
value of $196.70.

His Lordship the Acting Chief Justice Mr. J. W. B.

Chenery sentenced him to three years’ pena! servitude
Mr. W. W. Reece ,Q.C, Soliciter ber 1 and helped get finger print
General prosecuted for the Crown, from a safe and part of a stair-
Before sentencing him His Lord= case. A photograph was taker
ship told Forde that he is a young of the safe. The photograph
man and apparently was bent om were taken by Police Constable
leading a bad life and the offence Graham :



which he had committed was a Cpl. Brathwaite attached to the
bad one indeed. Criminal Investigation Depart-

Mr. Cyril Carri:.gton, Secretary ment said on September | abou
of Lynch Investment Trust Com- 12.15 a.m Police Constable
pany said that a building owned Graham handed him a_ s t
by the Lynch Co. is situated at finger prints marked Ford¢
McGregor Street. 7

He left the building on August He compared the finger prints
20 and on September | found Which were taken from the saf¢
that the building had been With the finger prints which were
Lroken inte and articles were all taken from the hand of the
over the floor. aceused and both were identical

Among the items missing were Forde told the Jury that he was

boxes of

corned beef and soap, not saying that the building was
Articles belonging to the Advocate not broken into but ne did not



Co., Ltd. and Gardiner Austin break into the building. Most of

were also missing. The Police the witnesses had told lies against

took finger prints from his safe. him. The Police went to his
home and found nothing

Clorence Hinkson said on
August 30 he closed the building
owned by the Lynch Co., but on
September 1, when he entered

“IT am innocent of the charge”

Forde told*the Jury.





the building he noticed that the . r ,

place had been broken into Five Year Plan.
He checked the articles belong-

ing to Gardiner Austin and foun? awe ry

that cases of corned beef and And Je welle ry

tocth paste were missing. Rops i

was also missing. - During the debate on Govern-

ment’s Five Year Plan of Develop-
ment and Taxation, some members
of the House of Assembly suggest-
ed that Government could have
gained more revenue by increas-
ing the import duty on jewellery
In «an interview with an Advoeate
reporter yesteraay, Jewellers said
that any increase on the import
duty would lessen revenue that
might be gained from this source
“If import duty is increased,” a
jeweller said, “we would autumati-
cally import less jewellery for our
sales would drop immediately,
Therefore, though Government
would be _—s more on the eee
St. Clair Moore said that the °US items, the decrease in impo:
Advocate Co., has a a Saineaie in jewellery would be such that Gov-
James A. Lynch’s building at eee oe nat less than
3regor Stre . ey make at present.
McGregor, Street. On September Fe said that to increase the duty
found that 83 packs of playing bana “a m4 ne a
cards owned by the Advocate Co., yond the means o e averag'
Ltd. were missing.
; ev ll The jeweller also said that if
ieee, ee _ Barer oad he import duty were increased, and
s : oa i their sales dropped they would

Cards Missing

Themas Banfield, clerk of the
Advocate Co,, Ltd. said he went
to the bond in James A. Lynch’s
building at’ McGregor Street on
August 30. On September 1 he
returned to the bond.and noticed
that the locks were tampered
with. One lock was broken off
and bales ‘of-paper were in front
of the door.

Playing cards and twine
all over the floor. Playing
owned by the Advocate Co.,
were missing.

were
cards
Ltd.



art of their round-the-world saw the accused go towards . This
vonage, sail this weck for St. James A, Lynch’s building about have to decrease their staff. te
Lucia. 4.30 p.m, He did not follow the unemployment

“Wanderer III”, with Mr, and @ccused. — :
Mrs. Hiscock on board, leave for St. About 7 p.m, the same day he

Lucia today while “Viking”, with
crew Mr, and Mrs, Holmdahl, sails
tomorrow for the same destina-
tion.

From St. Lucia, “Wanderer III”
will go as far as Antigua before
going through the Panama Canal
towards A, rare After “Viking’
has fouch@d ‘St) Lucia she “will
head for the Panama)Canal,



Mrs, Holmdahl told the Ad-
vocate yesterday that they would

have liked to go as far as Antigua
but could not obtain an
chert.

On their voyage back to Sweden,
they may once more stop in at
Barbados,

Mr. Hiscock, to, is locking for-
ward to visiting Barbados on his
way back to England at the end
of his world cruiso. He_ said;
“If I do not return to Barbados
on this trip, it will be just three
years from today

Both the Holmdahls and His~-
cocks like Barbados very much and
were sorry they could not have
spent a longer period here.

Police Make Arrest
Throvigh999 System

Two reports were received over
the “999” tele-communication
Police System on Wednesday and
one early yesterday morning. The
first was received about 10.30 a.m,
when a woman reported that sh¢
had seen a thief in a shop at
Brittons Hill. The Police Car
arrived at the scene five minutes
later and arrested a man. The
man was later charged with the
larceny of a cash box containmg
$2.42.

The second
children were









report was that
behaving badly on
Flint Hall about 3.25 p.m, When
the Police arrived four minutes
later, the children had dispersed.
About 1.50 a.m. yesterday Mrs
A. Griffith of Roebuck Street re-
ported that she saw a thief in
her house. The Police arrived
five minutes later, but found no
one. $35 was reported stolen,

Acting Chairman
Of Commtission

from. the
C.M.G,



During the absence
colony of Sir John Saint,
Chairman of the Public Service
Commission, Mr, A. E,’Douglas-
mith, M.A., has been appointed
to act as Chairman of the Com-
mission .

Sir John left the island earlier
this week to attend a meeting of
the Regional Economic Committee





in. Jamaica, and a session of the
West Indian Conference
Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte has
also been appointed to be 4 tem-
perary member of the Commis-
sion
ACTING WELFARE OFFICER
YN ss M. Blackman, Dis trict
Welfare Officer, has been appo'nt-
ed to act as Senior District Wel

fare Officer during the six!



absence on leave of Mrs.
Vaughar.

Mr. W. H. C. Gallop, Assistant
Teacher, St. David's Boy ha
been seconded to act a District

Welfare Off

LEAVE EXTENDED





adequate *

saw the accused with a push cart

: Pensien Claims Committee
on Chapel Lane. The top of the

cart was covered. The St. Lucy Vestry yesterday

Cross examined Rock said he decided that the members of
saw the accused leaning on jast year’s Pension Claims Com-
the door of the bond. He did not mittee can again constitute this
see what was in the carts year’s. Pension Claims Committee.

Cpl, Jessamy attached to the This decision was made when
Criminal Investigation Depart- the Vestry considered a_ letter
ment told the Court that he took from the Colonial Secretary ask-
a statement from the accused on ing . whether they thought the
September 1 about 11.45 a.m, The Vestry member on this com-
statement was read over to the mittee should be changed or

whether the member
to serve another year. The mem-
bers are Messrs. C. H. Yearwood,
representing the Vestry and G, C
Ward and W. L. Greaves,

accused who said it was correct. was willing
Police Constable Ashton Marshall
of the Finger Print Bureau went
to the Lynch Investment building

at McGregor Street on Septem-





Conditions In England
Gradually Improving

Conditions in England were gradually improving and
tlie narrowing of the trade gap was very encouraging, But
real progress was difficult so long as the U.S.A. persisted in
its high tariff policy said Mr, J. J. O’Leary, Chairman of
Mellifont Press (L ondon) Ltd., and of Cahill & Co.,
Printers of Dublin, Ireland.

Mr. O'Leary arrived here earlier | })
in the week by B.W.1.A. from Trin-
idad on a brief visit to Barbados
and is a guest at the Marine Hotel,

“The great United States,” con-
tinued Mr O'Leary, ‘‘could not ex-
pect to export to the sterling areas
everything from razor blades to
motor cars and ai ine same ume
make it difficult for sterling area
countries to sell their goods to the
U.S.A, It was only by selling goods
to the U.S.A. that the sterling area
would earn dollars to buy U.S.A.
goods and dollar grants were a
poor substitute for reciprocal trad-
ing.”

He said he had broadcast these
views in recent years and was go-
ing to New York early in Decetnber
to attend the Congress of Ameri-|
can Industry, to which he has been |
invited by the National Associa-|
tion of Manufacturers and me

Lid.,







again air his views there,

Mr. O’Leary’s home is in Dub- |
lin, Ireland. He is prominent in
Irish industry and a director of
Aer Lingus (Irish Air Lines) in
which the Irish and U.K, Govern-
ments are the chief shareholders.
He hopes to play some golf while
in Barbados and also get some sail-

—17e:



NEW

STATION WAGON

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TNS.CWT.LAS
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Bae ee)

A NEW STATION WAGON for the Mental Hospita! went into service
yesterday. It can carry seven passengers. Seats are collapsible for
stretcher cases.

Mr. Lisle Foster,
switch-key to Dr,
Hospital
A similar van for the General Hospital was also delivered yester

It is a replacement for the transportation of patients

Man Gets 18 Months For
Fraudulent Conver+ion

SENTENCE of 18 months’ imprisonment with har
labour’ was passed on 41-year-old labourer Nathanie
Browne of St. Philip by His Lerdship the Acting Chie
Justice Mr, J. W. B. Chenery after he was found guilty
by an Assize Jury yesterday of the fraudulent conversion
of $600 belonging to Louise Newton on June 30 this year

Manager of the Courtesy Garage hands over the
R. M. Lioyd-Still, Medical Superintendent, Mental

day.

Mr, W. W. Reece Q.C. Solicitor King George Park, St. Philip,
General prosecuted for the said on June 30 he went to Louise
Crown while the accused was Newton’s house and saw _ th

unrepresented. accused there.












Browne appeared on a_two- Newton gave him $600 to chee
count indictment On the first and this money she handed ove
he was charged with the larceny to the accused to buy a piece of
of $600 belonging to Louise New. land for her ‘
ton and the second count charged To the accused Stuart said that
him with fraudulent conversion Louise Newton handed him $60)
of $600 on June 30 te buy a piece of land

Louise Newton, an agricultural Police Constable Sparrock sai:
labourer of St. Philip, said on he earched the accused = and
June 30 she gave the accused found $28 on him and some Bar-
$600 to buy a piece of land for bados Turf Club tickets. The
her in St. Philip. accused said he had saved th

This land was at Duncans, St. money from time to time. Th
Philip and w half an acre. Be- accused first said that he onl
fore she handed the money to the haq 23 cents.
accused she called on a man to
witness the transaction Lioyd Jones told the Court that

the used used to live at the

The accused put the money in St lip’s Almshouse, On June
his pocket and said he would 7 a man handed him a_ Bank
give her the receipt the next Book and he kept this Bank
day. Book. ,

The next day she saw “the Later that day a _ policeman
accused and he said that he could came to him and he handed over
not get a lawyer to fix up the the Bank Book to the policeman
transaction ‘.

On July he the accused Cpl. Hunte of District “C” said
in St Philip Almshouse on July 6 he went to the St
read I paper and the Philip’s Almshouse with Louise
accu aid he was recovering Newton, At the Almshouse he
from an illn the : ised and asked him

She told the aceused that she if he had taken money from the
felt she asn’t going to get the Woman Newton. The accused
land. 7 accused said he was said no,
ixing srvthing
ee ot Accused Arrested

Got Suspicious He arrested the accused and

On July 6 she got suspicious of a search showed that the accused
the acctised and reported the had $28 and some Barbados Turf
matter to the Police. Club tickets in his pockets, The

Cross examineg by the accused next day the accused made a
Newton told the accused that he statement which was taken down
went to her place for the money, in writing and signed by Police
She handed him $600 to buy a Constable Bourne.
piece of land for her James Harewood vf Long Bay, |

told

of the St said the aecused

Philip,

Alwyn Stuart caretaker







“With Lots of
Gifts For
the Kiddies

Toy Cars—$10.00 to $39.00



Christmas Decorations

Chrisimos Tree Decorations

18c; 24c; and 30c.

ing. He is the owner of fhe yacht | Tricycles—$30.00
Fara, (an international 30 square —10¢;—-53c.
metre) and of Antoinette, a five- Paper Decorations Dolls Prams @ $24.34 & $28.89
ton week-ender. He was Commo- Tinsel from llc. to 36c. per
dore of the National Yacht Club, strin
Dublin, from 1946—1950, g
Accompanying, Mr, O'Leary is’ Icicles—25c, per Box
Mr. Harold Kay, representing Tinsel Stars—13c. to 36c. each
Messrs. MacMillan and Co., the
Ww oe famous publishers. Snow-men 90 c, and $1.20 each
Mr. Kay is renewing friendships
amongst headmasters and teachers Caley’s & Hansell Crackers

and meeting new groups of stud-|
ents studying the text books that
have heen in every household for

many generations ° $5.59 per Boy.
Xmas Stockings $4.82
Examination $11.27 and $22.55

Results |

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UNIVERSITY OF LONDON.
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TION IN ARTS: 1952. 16, H1,° 427
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28 Piles Sunk
For New Bank
Building

Twenty-eight piles have so far
been driven into the ground on the
site of the new Barclays Bank
buildings One hundred = and
twenty-three more piles remain t
be driven. Some of these will be
erected on the spot where the

Barclays Bank building is now
being demolished.
Yesterday, Mr. George Caulfield

who is supervising the work, was
making his first test of one of the
piles. Each pile must support ap-
promixately 45 tons.

To carry out this test, Mr, Caul-
field has built a four-foot cube
concrete block on top of the pile

This block weighs approximately
four and a half tons, The remain-
der of the weight will be mace
up by ballast.

BRICKS ON WHARF

rhe lower wharf was
with bricks yesterday,
were unloaded from the Harrison |
Liner, Wayfarer, the only
in Carlisle Bay

littered
The bricks

vessel |

The Wayfarer arrived in port on
Tuesday and sinee that time she
has been steadily unloading quan
tities of general cargo.

REPAIRS TO SCHOONER “~~

Workmen were caulking and
yainting the Schooner’ Philip
Davidson yerteday. Captain Sealy
S getting the Davidson ship-shape
before she sails for British Guiana
tomorrow,

CARGO FOR ST. LUCIA
Schooner Confident LG., is at
present loading cargo for St
Lucia, She expects to sail on
Saturday,

Her skipper told the Advocate

vesterday that he is planning to
make a trip to one of the isiands
and back to Barbados every week
Later he hopes to equip Confident
with 30 more yards of mainsail.

Confident LG., was built at
Browne’s Beach, Bay Street, by
Mr. Ernest Lorde,

LAUNCH ON DOCK

The Government launch, Star-
dust is at present being repaired.
She is docked on the wharf, op-
posite the Government crane.
Yesterday workmen were working |
on the stern of Stardust.

MOLASSES FOR TRINIDAD

S.S. Athelbrook, which sailed
into the Careenage on Wednesday
evening from Trinidad, took
aboard 110,000 gallons of molasse
the same evening and later sailed
for Trinidad.

She is consigend to Messrs. H.
Jason Jones & Co., Ltd



him that Louige Newton
given him $600 to buy some land
for her,

The
not going to buy the
was going to put the money
the Bank.

The accuseq told him
while they were in
Philip's Almshouse
handed him a Bank Book which
he gave to a Lloyd Jones some

time later.

At this stage the prosecution |
closed its case.

Browne told the Jury that he
was a patient at the Almshouse

for some time,

When he was out of the Alvis.
house he saw Newton but she
never gave him $600.

His Lordship then summed
to the
dict of
version,

Jury who returned a ver-
guilty of fraudulent con-



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LOUIS L. BAYLEY |
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952

CLASSIFIED ADS. | "0m sats | tio ano wire co to THe oerA Colonial Contribution | State Robes
TELEPHONE 2508 _ REAL ESTATE To Sterling Area’s Are Being



























































LAND—At Watts Village, St. Geor
1 rood 16 perches. Good fer building

?

DIED FOR SALE












ae arable. Apply to Mrs. Mildred Tayl< R t d
November 90, 1988 LEM Prospect, St. aimee. 23.11.88 es enovate
AN f the Eagle Hal AUTOMOTIVE That desirable dwellinghouse called oo
Pty The funeral leaves his “OVERDALE” situate at Graeme Hal! London's leadi
residence Eagle Hall Terrace, Christ Church standing on 23,634 Many of on’s leading West
H





today for the B

square feet of land
The House contains 2 open galleries,

End tailors and court
LONDON. | are now busy rénovating tne State

Â¥ CAR--Hillman Minx, in good condition
»| Owner driver. C. B. Brandford, Hast-

the






















































ings. Dial 4085 2.11.00 Ferns, Gising and. breakiass rocme, 6 DO THE official figures published by the British|robes and mantles of noblemen
Amat | iittinen daha y. | Kitchenette toilet and bath. Electric light Treasury exaggerate the Colonial contribution to the ster- \for the Coronation of Queen
CAR—1952 Hiliman Minx, black, t : >

eake 11,000. Owner leaving island. |£n¢ 68s, Garage, 2 servants’ rooms with ling area’s dollar pool? Elizabeth which is to be held in

y self-drive hone 91-29. Ca y . ard, 2 cha : salt ;

Een: PRONE Ona ee) sn | Inspection every day between the hours Dr. Ida Greaves, an economist who specialises in|JÂ¥me next year.
ie oro as 4 of 4 and 8 p.m Colonial affairs, believes they do. Plans which will make the
t—" Sorbin fan ough ri : z ; iE The above property will be set up for ’

Oe cadet ia cota ths SN TUNREGISTERRD —Discw with ievence | sale at Publie competition at our office Her argument, outlined in a ‘ether with a private capital in- | Coronation ceremony > of the
those kind friends who st wreaths, [Upholstery John M. Bladon & Co,,|!”. Lucas Street on Friday the 2th recent article in New Common- flow, resulted in an increase of| biggest pageants of this century
letters of gondol nce. 01 in any we (40 or 3883 21.11.6%—un | November az A i & wae, wealth, is that the official figures Colonial sterling balances of|are under way. Her Majesty the
expressed their sympa i =< ee oe 19.1) 59-8 overrate the Colonies’ dollar con- £472 million, from £495 million|Queen has already appointed a

Kenneth, Corbin, Lolita Gill, Theodore I new tyres and Bablery. Oweer Inaving a = tribution because there is a “dol- at the end of 1946 to £967 million! Corenation Commission whder the

Corbir 1.11.52 island. Nearest offer $500.00 Collymore} G1. (1) email’ wreberie at Nelson lar cost” of Britain's exports to at the end of 1951. chairmanship of His Royal High-

Rock. Phone 4598. 20, 14 52-2" | street. It consists of house and shop them. The imports of the Colo- i ness the Duke of Edinburgh. The

FOR RENT CAR—Ford Prefect Car, excellent con- a $5000.00 ' cake’ nial territories, this argument ; ey: the an a. mare Commission is representative of
: lition. Dial 4050 day-time — 8678 night,|, Three (3) small properties at King goes on, “constitute a far larger ‘alled to conform © professed the Uni

ri tite. Charles aelmh. 18.11.52-6n Viage, not far trem, Hing, Sapte. tad, drain upon the dollar pool than intentions of policy which ac-|'© nie. Ress aan ee

. HOUSES “JOHNSON-16 H.P. Outboard Motor_| Bank Hall with water and light. appears from the official figures counts for the imterest now S Zealand, he nies a Ssuth

aoe x i tid ae Little used and in Al condition, Apply| One {1) small property at Fairfield of their purchases for dollars.” focussed on the Colonies’ dollar i Th

"FLATS ABERGELDIE—One (1) thre |[T. W. Alleyne, New Castle Pita. Phone | Road, Black Rock. Bp rage f Nearer “If the total demands of the earnings, says Arthur Hazlewood. < ae tan oS. on, The

bedroom One (1) one bedroom | 95-254 21.11.52—-6n | Bn ere 00.00 Colonial territories upon dollar oe sters ie Common-

Apply to Mr, C. Field Pang its ated Cc D'ARCY A. SCOTT, sources were estimated, instead “If the Colonial territories were eee countries are members of

32 ELECTRI AL Auctioneer i ‘ ts.” ini di t f;}the Commissi
' of their direct imports, Dr. obtaining an adequate supply of; on,
ae ster Sea anmstiuhentey Middle Street. i “ ; i terling rts, of cppropriate
FARAWAY — Fully “urnished 3 be - 5 "11. 52-2 Greaves said, “it is doubtful stcr!int imports, of cppropi | er

room house, St, Philip coast, Lightin 4) CHOOSE YOUR own “PROGRA q ran ie whether the net contributior kinds at appropriate prices, to} The Commission will be con-

pant. i eee Unt remem “VISBY"—A one-storey Dwellinghouse they make to the dollar pool raise their standard of living and ce with the numerous and

$3 cleansing eharge, IN ADVANCE, Li LIVESTOCK sieves pote. te “teak BOAR would be worth mentioning.” to help their economic develop-|complicated administrative ar-

4476 1.11,80-45.0 | —— Ne ee Ee ee a amte This argument has now been ment, the situation would —be|rangements required for the forth~

| | CHUTNEY — Thoroughbred BG. cHUT- Fee ee containink € Deaton refuted by another student of greatly changed,” he writes. “The;coming Coronation. The Earl

ne Senecio house, All. Modern {J. D.. Chandler, Gun Site, Britton’s {usual public rooms and sonuap lente? Colonial economic affairs, Arthur Colonial dollar surplus would! Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, is

convenidnees, Station. ground, six miles} Hill, 20.11.52—3n Rleetricity. ets and Governmen Hazlewood, of the Oxford Uni- boon 4 —- ss. =~ a of are supreme ceremonial authority,
idgetown, No. 2 Highway. Suitable 1 vi i vi mutually neficia sterlin; ar

2 adults. ‘ign - 21.11.52—in MECHANICAL Garage etc. in yard ‘a cea Institute of Colonial trade pattern, and would hie to There is a mounting interest in

Inspection on application to Mr tudies. é the British Cro J and

NEWHAVEN , 8) eso Hutdbinson next door. together be seen as an example of Colonial wn Jewels
-oom Hwuast. Crane coast Double Garage] CAMFPRA—Kodak Reflex 8:5 coated lens | The property will be set up for sal at the Eagrel Opera House, Phetoghpies ad wreviously besa sewed Mr. Hazlewood points out in &xplcitation,”—L.E.S. vegalia which will be used for the
2 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- th flesh attachment and all colour] by Public competition at our o é how them only when attending funett 1 . Coronation ceremony. Many of
tan’ coeplaeeatanthly ‘rent 40% plua..63 filters, $200.00 for quiek a)? 45 James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursda state ons, (International; — an oe ~~ in ook cur- the Crown Jewels used in. thé
f ppg. Monthly re =] Apply Realtors Ltd. Phone 4000. 27th November at 2 p.m. rent issue 0 ew Common- (

Shaning eee, TN ADV tn. ; 19.11,52—t.fn/] YEARWOOD & BOYCE,





19.11.52—6n.* wealth that it could be just as Coronation of the late King George

e J aA =
ek eae ae Designs Emerge For Jet easily argued that there is a dol- ARTIE’S HEADLINE VI have been displayed in the





9 MON aye bide’ LEN Seanem Wireet MISCELLANEOUS lar cost of the Colonies’ export: Tower of London and have at-

Phins 4788 18.11.52—6n the late Dr. A. G. Bancroft.

ly to
—_— el . i e to Britain, where mathinéry and
Saas Sandel nantes OE ee Powered Hel ters Be
—_ =; _ AMERICAN TOYS—Exclusive, pretty materials imported from the dol.
ROOSEVELT —Maxwell Coast. Road,| oye that can only be had at Hutchin. 21.11.52=6n owe e tcop



tracted and been inspected by
visitors from all over the world.



lar area have. been used in their’



























































































































































fully furnished including frigidaire, tele-| sore. aye ; ae ahaa i In few places in the -vorld is so
phone and "Rediff sion Phone 2224. — Pistols, swim. dinie Medl Brsas. Deals: ents ION production. Similarly, it - is ar- rich a display of mineral treasure,
21.11'52-—2n |e. Raheing Hone me cents Ue. 0. W AUCTI LONDON, Nov. guable that if the Colonies’ dollar and the arts of the jeweller and
WANTED a ee eee eee 5 BRITAIN is going ahead with the development of jet- contemanes is to y pepited wo goldsmith so easily accessible to
. es hea tae UNDER THE SILVER powered helicopters. Several years of experimental and 45, ns om, 8 One sie be the inspection of the people.
bi x ” Boat.’ “ i : . : . * °
a "| Morris Marine Engine: Reduction Gear HAMMER rt =o still have ir be done “4 a ae in ror credited with the i eaialrew-
wil and engine rst class order already emerging. promises to bring helicopters rig material content” of Britain’s ex- 7 i — *-
_____ | Ready for launching, 600 Ibs. lead on Tuesday 25th by o} { Mrs. Tira Dies
“ZBOK To Fxperienced sound cook. | Keel. Will sell in whole or engine, hull, hove we wi eal Py Oenture on Ne.| into the forefront of modern air transport. ports to the dollar area, Mr. Pinero
Apply: Colony Club. St. James bp lead separately. Seen at Yacht Club. lat “Whitehall”, Hastings. Percival, one of several aircraft -—-—~—-——-—— Mr. Hazlewood proceeds: “Co
3,200. | ren Se ee er. Oe, Dla nDint ae up-]companiés working on the jet ae import trom Britain be- SAN JUAN, Puetto. eee
co: hin | -~—— right Chairs, China Cabinet, 4 very nice |project, is aiming firstly to pro- Landslide tween 1947 “sha 1951 totalled "a
MISCELLANEOUS BINOCULARS — Schutz-Kassel, best| Morris Arm Chairs with spring cushions; |duce a lifting unit, not a complete 7 Jesus T. Hero, iat
——— |German make, 10 fold magnification, | Vitrolite Top Coffee Table, Ornament helicopter. In effect, this will be a £1,200 million. Four per. cent Governor a ai
WANTED TO BUY ruin [mand new, Dedutiful leather case, going |and | Coek- Tables: Mecirie _ isot motér 5-TON LORRY in good condition. Fu or pply altors mited,[ Lamp, R id an ‘ables; i r * . x yf m
details and price to Box Q.R. Advocate | 151/152 Roebuck Street, or phone 4900. Lady's Desk, Rockers, eee, Berbice |lieve that once the lifting unit is as Britain’s exports) of this figure was Beet dent ees ane
Co 18.11,52—7n 19.11,62—t.f.n. | Chair all in Mahogany; Glass and China: |fully proved, they can then turn . » e gives, £48 million as the ap er. at Washington in but
—_ =| “Sano a ou Rares ee ee ie kee DOK. to prdduciag any number of con- A Su r; r e proximate dollar rad % at resigned in September 1946 Wheh
PER" ERSOL YSPRA d Rocke: a ‘0 ; . . ts . \<
PERSONAL sures quick death to Flies, Phillips. Radio; Morris Verandah chairs: |tainers to fit underneath, built to P . ics ty. Ga douae eal «ise find is Mummy's titehe Président Truman, in a surprise
‘ockro e Single Bedsteads in Mahogany an "@€lhold either passenger ight, : ‘ous Mi ady move a ti m. vernor.
—< a = Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 8 Oz.| with Vono Springs. Deep Sleep and Fibre et th . oe The Presidential Electior in Ove® these five years amounted for hi one me He retired if 1948.
‘The pubic ure hereby warned against | $2.18, Mattresses: 4. Press, Dressing and}? both. . , r ; to the equivalent of £377 mil- or his bye-byes ’
rivingeredit to my wife GLADYS 29. 10, 62— Abies; all in Mahogany; Cream | The power plant will comprise a the U.S.A. earlier this month —OP.
. Bedside T: Y : ; mila d ‘ lion, If this amount is debited
CAMPBELL (nee HALL) as % do pot Painted Press, Dressing Tables, Bédstead. | gpecially designed gas turbine Which ended in a victory for the with the £48 million worth. of
hold myself responsible for her or any-| HOUSEWIVES consider your budget— | cnadies, High Chair &c.. Simmons Sing)" tatted in or near the fuselage, and Republican candidate Dwight
one else contracting any debt or debts)}Buy “SANFPAN" Perfumed Lavatory | Redstead and Spring; Prescold Refrig | r ’ Eisenhower .was..a surprise. to dollars indirectly used by the ;
in my». name unless by a written order }Cleanser. Only 48c. per 1% tin at all} orator (18 months) in perfect Condition | Producing a high pressure gas to in tt it ; Colonies, their contribution still! ae
signed by yo OS Leading Stores. 21.11, 52—6n also, Wesupeiause Refrigerate ieitohen drive the overhead rotor blades. ae ge a Be en amounts to £330 million, Ss G Ni ehae
#S CAMI Ls aan rm ern nee oe Cabinet, Ware Press, Larder: This can be done by piping the M’. nry y aires oO “EB i 1
Ivy, St. Michael. INDIAN CORN—At $5.00 per bushel Falks 2 Bum Oll Stove ° ven if allowance was made
29 11,882n | Mount Pleasant Plantation, St. Philip Table: New, fal ‘Stove, Kitehen Tables | 6as y+ ones te oa ues a Cae an ise se Pe for the dollar cost of Colonial im-| ———————
+Ol—On Ty Ut ‘ila, Baby Beling Electric v ips, where it shoots out a 1 ; . 3 aa ;
The aes o eth kana CATER | = now to the Dally Tel (good) Garden Hose and many other speed, causing the blades to rotate, terday. Bitine cekiaetan’ ee eed ROYAL NETHERLANDS
e ving er oO ms € 4 UBSCRIBE Dall le; ’ . is 3 * s
[RACOCK (nee LEACOCK! as 1 do not} England's leading Daily Newspaper nov | 8: cs cniture is chieRy modern and is}Experts say this form of gas- pees, Dore é rc. nes possible that the contribution STEAMSHIP CO. The M/V, “CARIBBRE”
hold myself responsible for her or anyone | arriving in Barbados by Air only # fev | |, perfect. condition. producing turbine will be light wing in the wes. for the would Be reduced to less than ROM EUROPE secant, Card a7 at
else contracting any debt or debts in my | days after publication in London. Contac’ | "shie 11.90 o'clock Teims Cash. land economical because of its low Past 55 years, He arrived here 6999 million 's. Heaneee oh aca Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
— unless by a written order signed by | Tan Gale go “Felts. Ltd. Loca BRANKER,. TROTMAN & CO. fuel consumption es over the weekend for a, holiday million, & : sy agg ae Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing
Represen itive . le o ; 7 - . es a
MOROUTERT ST. CLAIR UBACOCK, | _ *1.4,89—t.f.n Auctioneers 16.1 229 Work on the special powerplants “¢companied i. a y= and is Difficult To Agree _ on a Navernber, 18 a ioe
Pee. Peter. | TAPE-1% Rolls Venet “aaa ae *" Jand the blades {s well ahead. They ® fuest st the Marine Hotel. es s «jy. |M-S. HERA. 19th December, 1552 The MyV. “MONIKA”
21.11.52—2n} Tape for making Vene' ee will be tested in an underground |, 5° onset a dank > laeicn > — is di Say to a, oe my. SAILING TO, EUROPE accept Jes a Passengers for
y ya © s . is TLLEMS' .
Fag se.) PMESLEC N@TICES [pt whore the blades can be spun icring “ihe elections. nevertbe: Dugainaan tm vost moti SAILING £0 TRINIDAD PARAMA Rec apa ae Kits sa
i =, Special © ; BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB | comparatively quietly. The usual '¢°s, they wete living in great ing.” M.S. NESTOR 28th November 1952 2
ices, Truck and Car Tyres tee , G50 THE BAR ‘a to al bo now that Mr. Eisenhower
111.52-4.4m. |) Notice is hereby given that the Ball- 11,6 .e-yround cage. had been made President. But this argument about dollar| samLING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO AseOCEAMTON. GNOD:
Saale w, Bee Ban, | ARN hl aes “Ig Ameria, has.a chance. to camings, | Mr. Hazlewood | con- 14S: AGA MANN 2" urna ill”
" ovember > ¢ _ Lb 3r
Whether you are coavk: uk Whe 1 ae i ce pATURDAY. te eOW aka GATE Babs | Anéther British company, practise individual enterprise and tinues, deals with only one aspect | 5: AUSTERT Ah December 1982 Consignee. Tele, NO. 4047.

| tu’ning lathe with slide rest and Cabinet | Competition.

Lawenly 9 is adopting a different ap- the people are not taxed to the or Colonial trade and payments. | {i's mIZABETH BORNHOFFEN
of turning tools. Phone 8332, By order of the ee “hee cake,

proac! Large gas-turbine units death, the country will go ahead The converitional view of sterling | (CURACAO ONLY) 12th December 1952,



















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BOs pear Secretary. | Pipe gpenpreased alr to the five very quickly,” he said and add- me sees 2 ot 6 es a FOES eee a: Bee? : pry at cS ;
5 eae imi AR 21.11,52-2n Jeotor blade tips where it is ex- ed, “Our great trouble has been pattern, in whic CON lp
% nod antacals combined in LIQUOR LIOENSE NOTICE —————_——_— pelled by pressure jets. Some of the wasteful expenditures and dollar surplus is offset by a sterl- | }56696669666660066666606606990303"
SEAST-PHOS are your key chopkeeper of Subers Lane, holier | UIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |‘he compressed air is also passed extravagunce in the Govern- ing deficit. It is, then, at the Col-
good health. Liquor License No. 874 of 1952, grantec to two ordinary turbo-prop units ment.” onial trade as a whole that we J J
to paiiiem Nurse in respect of a pat REMOVAL mounted on the wings. must look, if we are to discern
uliding at Sobers Lane, St, e For forward flight, most of the “America is extremely pros- both the main problem and the
ae PHOS ee en irdied. @ ee RY Tg Tarte cea vy Greenidee lair is fed into these wing-mounted perous, but no one can keep much reasons which have brought the
GENERAL TONIC St. Michael, Liquor License No. 1106 ‘of 1952, granted J engines, for climbing it goes ta money because the Government question into prominence.
|, Dated this i9th day of Noverber 1962 i tempect of a boarded and shingieo ihe overhead rotors, takes it away in taxes. Ameri-
eens (| As. Police ‘Magistrate, ‘Disty_“A," Mt Garden Spetnces Nie ate oa Fairey's are working on a num- cans however believe that this , In the five years between 1947
HUGH WILTSHIRE, | hinenee te boarded and shingled. shop |ber of fuselage designs, One is a will be corrected now that Eisen- 24 1961, the Coloni an ¥;
FOR BReeore wa ‘ for Applicant. | with shedroof attached, situated ii 140-seai, 31,000 Ib. machine. hower has taken over the Presi- prt surplus of £ on =. a
B.—Th:s icati w e corn ton, St. Ja : jo use it at such |» or is rs rei ers 4 ” urin, re ro! a
sidered at a Licensing ‘Court. to be /hple te descr Bea "premises. enon ee Ae aoe ~ fretant VPP nerd oot pe of the ritish Government AN SATLANTI U
“ ” Dee {fat Police Court, District “A’ on Monday Dated this ‘day of Névember, 19%. ] with wide doors at the tail anc F 2
Ong “STENETTE eep the Ist. day of December, 1952, © | fo:—S. H. N Esa., room for three cars and their Since leaving Barbados 55 was to help the Colonies to de-
Freeze with very little use is -oidiodh. om. Police Magistrate, passengers years ago, Mr. Doorly worked as Velop their economies and to rais: SOUTHBOUND
and guarantee 4 ft. long x G. B. GRIFFITH, District “E", Holetowi we he des 3 for e bi « civil engi vith the Union their standards of living at 4 %
2 ft: 4” 2 high. Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘A." WILLIAM GREENIDGE, Among the designs for even Dig- 4 Civil engineey W "9 ber 5th 1952. Calling at
t. 2 ft. hig 21.11.52—1n ‘Applicant ger helicopters up to two or three Pacifie Railroad for about one greater Tate than they cotilld be S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing November Scanian
One GAS STOVE Four N.B.-This applica? on will be consider |imes the size of this machine, end a half years, after which he expected to achieve solely from Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena, caiies st
ne ; at a at a Ieensing Court to be held 0% 1.re those of the Westland Com- served with other railroad com- their own resources. S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing Approx. Dec. 11th, 1
Rings OVEN, and GRILI 2 bi 1952, at 11 o'clock | * e Vv Ss. d Jamaica.
Step lovely py Che atat all om and oiide Court; District “E", Hole- }pany, which envisage yet another panies doing surveying. S*, oe “—. Ware prereices Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena an
F “ town irrangement, This has the jet He entered the newspaper busi- Made to the Colonies to enable y
Boat with Oars and Sail. ; oii Magisthtee ik teaaa turbine actually mounted at the ness fifty years ago and was at- or oe. "7 e st of a NORTHBOUND
“MENMENHAM” ; now ane tip of each blade, .... tached to the advertising and ports. in fac ey have ha mber Calling
Apply r , ft Ban —LES. ci ation secti of th on 4 a surplus of exports and this, to- S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing 16th Nove 1952, *
Pine Hill. H irculation sections e Guadaloupe, Englang and France.
21.11.52—I1n. { 4 World Herald which has a cir- Martinique, r



i “ ” Dec. 28rd, 1952. Calling at
culation of 260,000 and publishes ve S.S, “DE.GRASSE” Sailing Approx.
a ‘morning and. evening edition Mr. Eisenhower England and France,

Kolex Watches : i"
Persian Oil ‘ss exceo'Suvday ‘when a Confers With ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO, MAIL

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane

is only one publication,

F. Tt L “? Mr. Doorly oe See i

of the newspaper in 1934 but re-

or 1taty of the newspeer in heoisen. . MMP. Ditilee R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents
in-law r. Ben Cowdeny took



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ersian oil representative, wes ceonennnen teeta
QUICK Abbas Parchide, kas” arrived wf In Nebraska he said that there tration will come here from Wash- =
A MODERN ANTISEPTIC Italy to sell Abadan oil. was an Aksarben (Nebraska spelt ington to report. s

He is in Turin trying to arrange backwards) Festival which has Mr. Dulles was another on the

a deal with Fiat, Italy’s largest car een in existence for the past increasing list of Foreign policy i KITCHEN CUTLERY




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manufacturers, ‘ sixty-five raat ae ake at and military experts = his en-}} of all description :
GREYSTONE, HASTINGS Count Ettore della Zonea, who this festival a King an ueen gagement list as Mr. Eisenhower] FISH
digned a contract for 10,000,000 ere elected by the Governors of went about the double task ot | rn ae Oa S, TURNERS
tons of aren - on wie oe the prate and this ae — preparing for the Korean trip and | All obtainable at —
’ ne Village to run the Anglo-Iranian blockade Queen elect was one oO is the buildi f e ~1H e
et ee ere ine vilee with the Rose Mary, is reported to eranddaughters Miss Gail Young eter ding of his new Adminis CENTRAL EMPORIUM

where the Best Books, Stationery be taking part in the negotiations, After the weelihg with Mr. EM Sead & Todir Sta

and Xmas Cards are now on abow é As the contract Count della 1 ial Dulles, ABS. ‘Riinhower eaves enr, Bro }
Zonea signed in Teheran was’: Colonial Research vi. Harota Stassen, unsuccessful aaa x.

)aeacanngmmmass | rer agreement, it is bene th. ‘andidate for Republican Presi-

‘s trying to arrange to pay for the

ENGINES

WEDNESDAY, 26th NOVEMBER That Work By Steam

1992, at 11.50 a.m

LOWEP. COLLYMORE ROCK with Fiat cars and tractors @ From Page 3. dential nomination and had af;

POCRSCOS OOPS SSO HO | s . on : a
B v ie Count is now in Switzerland concrete terms? The average yield uncheon conference with British

to see his partners of the Buben- of cocoa over Trinidad is about Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden,
To Our berg Oil Company to which he has 100 1b. per acre; the average on the here attending the U.N. General
promised to re-sell part of the oi! ssembly

; ~ best estates is somewhere between ; Pam) \
ihg ft 10 Ttaly—LoE8, in carry $00 and 400 Ib per acre; these Mr. isenhower’s Press secre-

We ave itistructed by Mr. G, P eee
t> to dispore of bis Furniture . -
1 Effects as i sted below JOHNSON'S STATIONERY

VIEWING MOPNING of SALE |

Chairs with Spring j SSS
*, =Mah Cane Settee,
Rocker, Mah. Hat Stand,,

; Les tary reiterated that for security
new, high yielding cocoas are ‘adcons there would be no advance

going to yield over 1,000 Ib. an rotice of the President-elect’s time

acre. Those scientists and research as
ts URS Bleed: * ‘workers in laboratory and field of departure for Korea, —U.P.
K: 4 ‘who are making this possible are

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Dining ible, Mat ea Trolley . @ ‘Yoeth mean that
Dining Chee, : Sing ic ads wth Pyorrhea wh 2} ‘ century. They are the Frobishe « a oO e Ww or
Simmons Spring " prep saat Witt > erhaps sone erste: ‘ and Drakes, if you like, Mr. Spea ® i ca
° nitty ' riting ask, Rae y t and m jo ecnge ihe : Elizabethan Ar > , Ww ,
Dress able, Kit Tables, Tins 2'4-Ib tin Ham @ $3.62 3 at and | ’ er, of this new Eliza r 4
Her-ide. aa Wish, grand, Deal , % Wins i iran yh apes Pele * “os ' oThey are going out on unchart~! or ar } e ovem er,
freas, ¢ ee ee ee Tins Asp. Tips @ .... 63 %| tds sore inouth \ seas and are coming back wi " } .
F yigeaiir ke eu, at. % |<. Ghacthe tooth. ‘\" pich prizes, benefiting not only 9" GRENADA.
y Lordcrs, Deep Sleep Tins Asp. Middle and Ri . Yor own and the colonial peoples b« A grant of $159,000 has been #} and
Dou =o ee Mattreba, » Pillawe, Recess Lee 85 >| the whole world. “ade from Development and Wel- if
rn ay ended Shek S| vee, funds to establish a broad, If
turner Stove, Baby's Basket an |. z eet : ¢
‘s, Rush’ Mats, Rush. Stools, Bot, Covkvall Onitts | In Touch With Barbados «1ands, with a central station in Thursday, 27th November, 1952
sion Weighing Machine, Box RE-OPEN @ wrvcreeereeeeees 18 6 C rendda. i)
© a, Souvenirs, Kitchen Uten- % $ TURF LUB Coastal Station Hi
is, Se SSO ee other Tins Hostess Pea-Nut | ba VEEN athe Based on the ‘findings of pre-fi}
ASH ON THE FALL OF @ : * 70 &| AYMENT OF PRIZES. CABLE AND WIRELESS (West Indies) vious technical tests, the grant It
| THE HAMMER . vited, advise that they can now con ll cover the cost of the erec- IM
j E Tins Crawfords Asst. | : pa, Consgiaiae. can oo . ; cate with ithe to lowing . ships +ion of the station, studio buildings ih}
Biscuits @ . 1:48 By oe onece See aideet QUEL themgey Aete Parbados Coast 2. °"'> ond pert of. the reeurrent cost ofa ‘ ;
f SISHR ue node On nen Free, ERaG (Dolores, ee S Acolto, sa. Brition the Orenmtishtion ‘Over a three- iM On Wednesday 26th Novembér and Thursday, 27th
AUCTIONEERS and your favourite Xl Day ae ieee fréin MON-| pore, shu Mirabagh ss ihtal vear period )}
r “6 AY, < stant ra s.s. Glenbdhk, s.s ) al eS re a
FRIDAY 3 & 5* Rum x caorte Ge Patio ss" Ondine/Pane. ‘The oflve KildWatt.dtation to Bef) November, 1952, by order of Mrs. George Cuthbert
Bonn md. Banham 4 N M m S| Horses and Serial Prizes o: s. Llaniehen, s.s. Trmaru Star. $8. int fr Grenada will be one of Mi : ;
aoe } {nd from Monday, ist December | © ma Carte 8s. “Michael Ee: $3. tne most powerful in the Welt } Eckstein. we will sell the furniture and household
$ ania Vv, 8.5 oO y, s.s s ’
& Ce. 21ST X} next. ++ | Giert. Torgersen, s.s.. Alcoa Pioneer, Indiés, A B,B.C, éngineer will
: 1 4 i <8. Brankgome, s.s. Alcoa Clipper, s.s. instal the equipment atid operate#f} effects at her residence, Casablanca, Maxwells Coast
A.F.S., F.Y.A, i ae aymer vill be from 12.00 Queen of Bermuda, s.s. Essequibo. ss. jj) 5c) 8 frst two y {
PHONE 4640 $ ’ | 00n to 3.00 p.m. daily, Tankland s. Balaena Attila, ss, ‘he station for. the a, wo ae {
PLANTAPIONS _RUIILDING $ s ‘ te Frederic A. Eilers 5. Ande Gritti, but it is hoped to nee tec = Road
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Prive Series “E” Series “F" Amount Prize Series “K” Series “L” Amount
Ticket No. Ticket No Ticket No. Ticket No
lst .. 3843 1793 $140.00 Ist .... 8989 4553 $140.00
9 2nd 4183 5576 10000 2nd ... 9363 6332 100.00
a 7e eC re §£ Srd .... 4377 5891 80.00 3rd... 0763 1458 — 80.00
4th . 8586 0486 60.00 4th ... 7754 8743 60.00 ’ 4
4 5th 2 0984 2326 50.00 5th 8435 3785 50.00 Af
By 0. .S. COPPIN 6th .. 4263 1100 30.00 6th 0345 0891 30.00 Y
Waa se aa. 3228 20.00 7th 7575 3173 20.00
1ed the supremac West Indies 8th .... 8027 3711 20.00 8th .- 5228 9306 20.00
( me til has gained world recognition Sth .... 2768 0126 20.00 9th peed 8327 20.00
a ‘ rhere \ time hen Jamaica could claim this om tes pad oon oo. — : a — ao.
35 ; " aad “Sets : Beet a" 1 . n y
distinc Guian Se of Kid Tanner, 12th .... 7975 5290 10.00 12th .... sore 3590 10.00 ’
and Bar i e birthplace of World Heavyweight cham- 13th .... 9788 5334 10,00 13th ... 0 10.00
} Jack . and t he te Pit challenge Wary Wills 14th .... 5347 4218 10.00 —_ ae ae — 10.00 AT THE EXHIBITION
had their brie mente of reflected slory , 15th .... 0752 3842 10.00 15th ... 10.00
an A thei 1e1 ‘ o: efected glor: 16th .... 8750 1452 10.00 16th .... 5492 0284 10.00
dot ; RU. jx pc sei 8130 10.00 a cane ee ois _
Ait ; ith ....° 8 7532 10.00 phe 00
Britain, Yolande Pompe " Royal Jock 19th 0444 #41764 «10.00 19th .... 3787 8428 — 10.00
Caer ea Mame ey 20th .... 4345 © 9711 10.00 20th . 0408 +. 5018 10.00 WE OFFER
one pA ie number 2st .... $489 0013 10.00 Zist.... 7594 3192 10.00 ;
one contend for Randolph 22nd ... 4207 8067 10.00 22nd ... 9 10.00 NEW
Turpi ‘ erweight title, Viarshall Has 23rd .... 9630 5122 10.00 23rd .... 6050 3816 10.00 SUITINGS
Ansell Adams, his stablemate i ee 24th .... 4929 4136 10.00 24th .... 6095 6292 10.00
cles and Rolly Blyce is toh 2). Steg Oat «1000 26th |... 51887189 «40-00
cle ind Ro Blyce i leading AL Th Br ks eae \ . ‘ : ”
feath eight 27 pep 6031 ;
1 sat yoang awe “HL Lhe Brea auth |.) 8081 «$8810.00 2eth ... 8587 B16 10.00] Plain and Striped Tweed—$4.23
Er ¢ Hector imeric : iia 6.11, $6.73, $5.
as oh sanaclibe I a 1 an k-born Bryan Mar~- $730.00 $730. 00 | $ $6 $5.42 yd.
, the former Empire a ah tional a jockey ta zoe et , i menret: See STisket No Sieket No oe English all Wool k
Wally ‘1 2 Q ! is still in one piece . ieket No champion Wally Thom yy the time next yekis Grand Ist .... 3366 2027 $140.00 Ist .... 0529 9359 $140.00 Sere ane Pick & Pick in
a ; National comes round, he will 2nd ... 0233 1397 100.00 2nd ... 7285 4273 100.00 Blue, Grey, Brown—$11.78,
mnie cee acal Scene completed 21 years a® a ard... 5720 8774 80.00 rd .... 5170 0218 80.00 $13.05 yd.
be? ior suader of steeple- 4th .... 1326 0137 60.00 ee eee 582 60.00
ocal . ers, es Sth ,... 0274 7433 «50.00 Sth .... 9971 1771 50.00/] pa
again—why can’t we revive local And you can put that down as 6th... 3095 1109 30.00 6th .... 6649 6190 30.00 nglish Fancy Worsteds $11.58,
pro essional boxing? surel Al rkable testimony t the belt for his ld heavyweight cham- Teh 3k Ce 8195 20.00 th ..:. 2745 8498 20.00 Sll.
received considerable public sup- h-resisting qualities of tie ae es to te : a Seiadien oh the Boxing Writers 8th .... 5469 4338 20.00 8th ... 5184 6848 20.00 83, $12.91, $15.02 yd.
t \ j ing th 4 yer . : ,
PRE oer Seen eee r Jeers cumant frame and the technical jyneheon in New York. Rocky has announced a plan to fight once a | 9th .... 2950 3297 20.00 9th .... 3949 3442 20.00 . . . ‘
and € re able e, — nees made in orthopaedic month, starting in mid-winter. ce es cae? oa 20.00 os ae ae on aan English Pin Striped Serge in
pror ! boxers like Al Browne, surgery : a ; eit 970 20.00 fees 3
Radio Kid, Kid George, Ligh Bruised. boxers? Fracturéd foot- ee et iormational Bowntiphcto)- linn age 9808 10.00 12th .... 7416 5815 10.00 Navy, Brown, & Black—$8.56,
foot Kid, Kid German, Jack ballers? Mashed-up motos-cy- ,_, , 13th .... 6239 3865 10.00 13th .... 4856 0498 10.00 $12.00 yd.
aes , Panama Kid and Kid clist These sportsmen would AUTO RACING: | yep ve oe oe ae a cade pi ase oon Seas
rancis | ar to be sz fety-first ‘“am-= PS ISE: eoes i bie i nogli h all W 1 G $
The Older brigade were also paigners compared with “over ie . ji6th <<<. 3666 6931 «10.00 16th -... 2578 8531 10.00 . ool Gaberdines in
able to do their share of enter ticks’ jockeys . ! 17th .... 3736 3801 10.00 17th .... 8543 O777 10.00 awn, Tan and Grey.
taining and representing the Pack in his cottage in Lambourn uan a oO ] |18th .... 5860 4796 10.00 18th .... 2620 4231 — 10.00
colony ,at home as well, For (Berks) the @ark-haired, square- }19th °°). 4805 = 1647 10.00 19th .... 7293 8404 10.00
example Jack Montelle made *¢t Marshall will deny with a 20th .... 3606 7057 10.00 20th .... 7604 9452 10.00
short work of the challengers pleasant Irish lilt to his voice that R Ar ‘ ti | ist, 5 od sees 10.00 — 70s = pose 10.00 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co Ltd
; Domingo ser there anything extraordinary i ) ; [22nd ... . nad ... ‘
Middocn ana Martial 'viseian the way le geet @ Meiaeiae toa eturn I Oo gen EPR id 83) ke tosbe ara. 9638 ©5149 10.00 ig .
foung Delaney of Brit suianagiis bo re “more brittle 24th .... 5405 9000 10.00 24th .... 7 555 10.00
at tee Len Tad, Canaan those fate. 25th |... 9005 7705 10.00 25th |... 8373 1117 —10.00 10, 11, 12, 13 BROAD ST.
diWie tha Loon nee : MILAN, Nov. 20. 26th ..., 7011 4129 10.00 26th .... 0968 8153 10.00] |2__
Younger Men : First Bruises Argentine speed champion Juan Manuel Fangio will sith Sires af 3913 10.99 ath ets sia3 3515 10.00 Of the younger men only Kia”, N¢vertheless, he will admit that leave Italy for Argentina on December 1 according to his tees 6 10.00 “ie ’ | §9996$999699996559999599895S59595:599089
German ha rhe cart eae h ; rh Srolste — friends. Fahgio is at present at Clermond Ferrand, France, $730.00 $730.00 %
the name of Barbados boxing to company with his tas Stan tin as guest of French driver Rosier, but he left instructions! Prise series “4” Series “J” “Amouni Prize Series “O" Series “P" Amount 7 J
Trinidad, to England d now t ! us } t an Irish the | Ticket No. Ticket No Ticket No. Ticket No
Mustoalinn in a taiwer that to far. et and that he has been well here to book him on a plane leaving for South America the) ;, — - “g49g 7321 $140.00 Ist ..:. 6797 0942 $140.00
from being ended and one that has UP, tHe fracture list since he first first of next month. | 2nd... 9667 2480 100.00 2nd . .,1115 1339 — 100.00) ¢
been remarkable for steady, solid Persce at the to of 12, That was ———— Regarding his present stay in| Srd .... 5964 4839 80.00 3rd ...."'7400 4928 80.00
ve 5 rersse at the age ¢ 2 t a 5 y
bogs rowed aie vert ag" That wh | Sagres mete se. Bel
fel: a thet ng, rigid self-discipline Wit! a rr t wi ‘i ~ oot a an” os ~~ * 2 y
; . With his reputation safe as a eVWe mobile Club, is seeking Fangio’s; 6th .... 4373 5407 30.00 6th .... 2785 6518 30.00
SC iy ete dedication to the champion rider of supreme artis- participation in French auto racés| 7th .... 3183 1529 20.00 7th .... 8846 2765 20.00
cong, , “Y, Marshall shrugs oft such o¢= At W bl hext year. Friends said Fangio| 8th .... 4073 5886 20.00 8th .... 3936 8435 20.00
Sure ly if Barbados boxing could cupatienal risks as em ey jas already agreed in principle to} 9th .... 7315 2084 20.00 9th .... 3926 4331 20.00
Produce Kid German it should t Left arm broken in four places, ake part in the French Grand}10th .... 6076 9040 20.00 10th .... 8623 1160 20.00
a cee io Ri Pingoarn tie ebro wie, Se Wotan Seman LONDON. prix. From Clermond Ferrand,|1th .... 0749 9677 © 20.00 1ith .... arse (babs 20.09
rol WV of keepir sarbados at three broken collar bones, more The hullabaloo of a real Ameri~ Pangic will ‘hop: to London to meet | 12th .... 9100 4497 10.00 12th .... 185 4235 10.00
et on the toto oe ibe that he con rekomber, enn en fon sais ied pte "ownets of Brean Badia --< HAL Make 18 Hak SS. ath Bish 18 MAKES A BIG
Apart from that boxing is a lacerations from top to toe. ; to "descend. on ‘London's tamous racing cars. shat :... 6855 2128 10.00 15th .... 0231 5518 10.00 DIFFERENCE
popular form of sport and should At Fontwell Park last month We sla tes ; seen an Olympics Tw k » Fangio signed | 16th .... 9670 0472 10.00 16th .... 93877 5362 10.00 rn
not be allowed to die in a colony he injured his left eye when Gace mintions Enalish) to Cee na tae 17th .... 7878 3122 10.00 17th .... 1138 5962 —10.00
me, a aie Rhat : Games, countless English foot- an agreement with the Maserati | e
that prides itself as being among Rhetorius fell, bell. and Rugby battles, d : 1 18th .... 7820 4130 10.00 18th .... 5352 8860 10.00
Bis ave” inter ‘i re i gby attles, 02 Automobile company of Modena to
the leaders in sport in the British Eight days later he rode at > 1 religious rallies. But f the i953 races 19th .... 1604 1280 10.00 19th .... 7114 0500 10.00 |
Caribbean Cheltenham with a patch over his T@¢!n& and religious rallies. Ti, race in some of the ivog r 20th .... 6914 4512 10.00 20th .... 3651 7825 10.00 | YOU_ LOOK
ve. cé > ropper ‘ +, never American football. It’s eounting for ‘world competition at | Y
The Reasons eye, came a cropper on. Hislet in the first. and bably the last . este 2.000 ec 2ist .... 3963 4031 10.00 2ist .... 7253 7621 10.00 OUR BEST
Se ean om that have’ &Seting race, and rounded.off- tue sings ts; ina Sowers at Werhe ie, Wheel Of @ Maseratl QOD) cerlgand ... vos ° OO0I 10.00 22nd'‘.. 9574 0144 10.00 |
Shiuited in this leneth® nibernas afternoon by collecting. face and Wie, Say. Whe powers. § Pangio was favourably. impress }aerd ---. 3186 4851 10.00 23rd .... 2316 7998 10.00 | e
: , t F o 7 chest injuries when a loose horse bley. s BNGO WEE 28 oP SAAN i aa Es Sc) 0559 10.00 24th .... 9912 8800 10.00] %
tion of this form of sport? I could | ought him down on Vain Help. , All the same, they are ex- ed by the new Maserati car whose j 951), 3124 6943 10.00 25th 4089 9146 10.00! % YOU FEEL
mot profess to be able to give Bart dar ; Oe aD ey “pecting 30,000 along. The teams? engine works on direct gasoline rate eS eras | %
» oe aie But fe those bumps, Marshall : Bi) ae : S sa Sameniag [eee -... 2009 8666 10.00 26th .... 9289 7860 10,00 | ¢ YOUR BEST
prem all but here are a few that wouid probably have ridden four =inalist a OU Se, r po vetagret My vg ote ara 27th |... 2000 5467 10.00 27th .... 3758 7693 10.00 | $
at once uggest themselves to 4; : ( ° , Europe Football Championship. took with it an excellent secon ‘ 4 10.00
those who have been following ANGER SHAY CPite Semi-finals will be decided in place in the last automobile Grana | 28th reve 4181 9406 10.00 28th .... 9196 8842 STs ®
local boxing for the past twelve ‘Part of Business’ the next month, Top base sid® Prix at Monza after a thrilling | $730.00 730.00 | AND THE
year Think nothing of it,” says in Britain is drawn to play duel with Alberto Ascari. Government Tax $200.00 on each Series. PRICE YOU
In the first place Promoters and Marshall, “I should hate to have France in France and the best : fi WOVE, & SKEETE,
Boxers drew o far apart and to count’ how many bones I have teams from North African and Friends of Fangio laughed off per A, Cuke, Jnr. PAY IS THE
there was not that co-operation broken in my time, but it is all German bases will fight it out at rumours mas he was sigued by BARBADOS "TURF CLUB, | PRICE IT’S
that either prompted a promoter part of the business Frankfurt. The winners come on the Ferrari Company for a num~} per G. H. LEWIS. | WORTH
Serthe one hand'to it this cash “You've got to take a few to London, » ber of ee eee ree irelea | 20.11.52.
and a boxer on the other hand t neces if you ¢ going to be ¢ The final will make Wembley ours spread in local sports circies _ ‘“ <
Bive of his be as od at this. py cay ene job. look like Yankee Stadium, com- soe m was ners wat ee a Rene” in
Relations gradually deteriorate line too-careful fell get plete with brass bands, pretty, Alberto Ascari and Luigi Villoresi
and re - 7 ares ie t ae reful fellows never get short-shirted drum majors and had not yet signed en oe The Barbados Police
or fulli Those who would have I uy ease, there are always megaphoned cheer leaders. Lon- with the company. —UP.
made a living out of the sport plenty of bones, I think I’ve got Gon teen-agers and social clubs
were forced to look for’ alternatiy few odd ones here and there plan to turn up in force. ae ene , Re IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF MOTORING P ¢ § MAFFEI
means of curing a hivelihood anc hat are all i one i sands of U.S. servicemen wi }
Dee arsse ihe tone of omnis ““ feel fine, If Tarn unlucky it fill rival banks on otthes side of Holex Watches Show Courtesy to other users of or ee
mens the vere ble t obtain ‘s not because of broken bones, the 100,000-capacity stadium. {
could not be successfully combined but because of the tosventlantor, Wembley oe Ltd., > is ee LOUIS L. BAYLEY the road. & C0., LTD.
with professional boxir “We fellows do not mind taking ting the ground gratis. roceeds %
Boxing ead risks, but we are not paid half will go to the R.A.F. Benevolent Bolton Lane | y
In the aerated: place there were “neugh for taking , them—espec- Fund and to the U.S. Welfare a ows
no prope faciliti fi training ily with income-tax at whatever- Services Fund. ———
The practice of using the speedball a per cent.” : Ee.
and punching the bag became a ersonally, Pil put up with TS, VARNISHES
thing of the past and so we found ‘2come-tax, LES Talks On Sugar For PAINTS,
that some of the bouts from which eee %
thé: public expected a great dea) Pri Stall and the Useful Household Items
of entertainment were gradually ‘rice ed }
Raddite “nire sud sinore. Giaap Vis s ea a4 for the Coming Xmas Season
pointing until promoters, boxers eiiihatl ER ee ee ee a
and sporting public tacitly decided hee ‘ ON, nea os Call At “j
baht ney ned had Sneee McG Beat the talike on the 1088 Sager Price ; |
The obvious answer i ° j J S : Establisned RB
gt oe Se eilas is et, _ Mae regor eats ee ve a. at the 5; 1860 T. HE ERT LTD Incorporated
c ; r Con Food inistry this afternoon
Barbados Boxir 5 oO ?
trol ; Ty is re Gintie that Box Mervyn Rose between government representa~ ROEBOOK ST, ais MAGAZINE LANS
ers, Promoters and John “Q” citi tives and Empire delegates. But}
ven @ach received their due SYDNEY Noy. 20. efter an hour and a half, the
measttre Ken McGregor scored an im- meeting was adjourned without
A bill to make provision for thx ive 6—2, 0-—6, 6—3, 6—4 vic- a decision being reached. :
formation of a Boxing Board of ‘ry on Thursday over southpaw It is now obvious that the
Control reached the House of As- Mervyn Rose to gain the final price agreement will not be con-
mbly a long time ago and has found of the New South Wale eluded until next week. Mr.
reached as far as the first reading. Tennis Tournament. Frank Sedg- MacCowan and Mr. Cuke, the
The onus is now upon the politi. an downed semi-finalist Ken West Indies representatives, have YOUR WARDROBE
cians to make some effort to save Rosewall 6—4, 6—3, 8-—6 to make cancelled their Re titeh ed
ofessional boxit from cor ‘oturday’s finals against Me- ward plane bookings which ha
lete ext t egor U.P. ‘ been made for this week-end. ey TYW® LITTLE EXTRAS ... FOR THE FESTIVE
They’ ll Do It it Every Time eae cama By Jimmy Hatlo Se ae SEASON with these
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I'M.I inii: RAKHADOS ABVOC\TE FRIDAY. SOYFMBIR tl MRBADOsJi ADVOCATE Friday. Nammaa* Jl. IS2 IIIAIM THIS %  ws, the Coma In London to formulate a plan whicfa will expand world trade and .iltties of friction betbe Win II . Id This week Id 0. H ArUm-. "leii Barbi from A htm he will later II u an adyiaei i" the i % %  : tin I 'i %  nics who ta at the fi an< <' The %  %  nfereni • %  will perhapa help those who tand la depart nu utali/. ppjitatl and trade to te wl v SK.lin and Marx set trade ai the i %  %  i< ti daiarmina human history. Although the meeting ol %  ' Liled and Britiah attempt to expand world trade it 9 many others as an attempt %  i. the paramount of the Britiah Commonwealth The RusMans may IKhoping That Britain c will quarrel with II markets and they know and Japan do not intend to all back and do nothing to [again their place in world trade. U.S.S.R. was not a self-contained economic unit Russian dreams of a split in the Western camp mitfht be dismissed as dreams. But Russia is not only a selfcontained economic unit but has markets to offer to (Jermany and Japan and to other countries m ih< We tarn >phere of influci Mi propaganda is still effectively used (especially at meetings of the United Nations) to spread discontent who aspire In national independence. No Communist agent could hope to have an> followers unless lie was called a patriot and unless hp stressed nati' • %  ndence as the goal towards which ha was working, Hie idea of national Independence can be accommodated to suit the circumstances of each country. Sovereign countries can be aectiai I | i lag under the domination of Americ.m r dollar imperialism: while non self territories provide the Communists with unlimited opportunities of spreading their pernicious dMtrtrsM The econotnic Intagiation of the WestI'ni allianca which nunhi follow upon the successful marking 't the Eumpcan Dafanca Community and the discovery at this month's commonwealth conference of a trade formula which will result in an expansion of world trade would force %  1 ittn in Marx's dictum that Man must periodically go to wax to Rgrrl Ibi marketi If the imperials • lead to follow the Russian example ami form a self-contained ec nomie unit i\w whole of Russian for.' i ive io be re> I ed and i i have been proved hopelessly Bui mntries ol the UBTI world In'.' Io compete amongst themselves for markets, the words Ol Marx ought to be given u great attantlon u Statin still givsa them, u is vital that world trade fcn sxpanded and everyone will wish that the Commonwealth con< %  HI result III mi b u Bxpansion Mrs. II* <-ion I'oiirs I li Cilllll4>S .[>ON. SPI( I t ,,ur knowledge ol hie with the publication of the edition of "introducing the Colo'., Beeton, ol book fame, makes i quick tour row '' I tries, The result is a chapin this bookie! on the uncommon dishes. Hi ra ire birds' naal soup, fu-fu. palm oil ri %  B mar. The only type of birds' nes! suitable for culinary purposes, so the booklet informs us. particular species of swallow nrwquanttnjg the r>cks and isles ol the %  / id fu-fu is yami Or Indian COI with a dark*colound in \ fowl %  %  • quenl • ur.ject of beehe-de-me He is quoted in the bow I M.. M would probai [dared a I a-rubbtr. China %  hownUi and much which is I chop, the curry pecuuai At. Ol %  tC like It, and %  an illusthe Colonial OHii with the Central OfTu. I.KS The Not Cricket Cry Is Out Of Date When Such Men Can Change Our Lives 1 I an Wv Afford I In* Sfiiroiitf Over Wliiit hallV \1R BDCM M sns Mr bitierK _,_ %  . evidence from the Nurembergtrial WUK* t hlirlr*. Jr% inlOUr thai at the start of the war two l >na*S raaime at th,. Forsuitcases full of documents freer %  ed two weekNo Nantes the Britiah Emoassy in Rome were MR. EDEN quickly told the for sale on the Italian black ..... ,. House: "It really was not my market. The document; were un5J, !" '" r-r" i HWr" lrd Reading Important, but the Germi Ml Will %  said *>hat 'Jw author <-( 0 broken a Tradition that civil ervants should n is making a big hB lKa „,,,„„ M i,,,.,,, F „r-., !" -Irlalm. and a mist .km claim, if lM That the newspaperMfti IMiivii ssrbe seems to support u I without ,ii pubuc This has never been Uk %  K-.un. Will %  .. ( ivil Servire. was directly aitacked for his activities as Chamberlain's adviser in appeasement Ami duniis >e Itrst world war Artmiral Jackie Fisher, a Servict f. %  '. .. ised. stuffily told the peer* he would thought they could use them to Ive the names of civil bretk down embassy ciphers. M-rvanU Involved 'C'loaed Shop' Wi II. who waa responsible? It rtRKONNEL: The Mlal "closed the Foreign Office still that the ailins Mr. Bevtn. Foreign opcralee. More than a third of Secretary at the lime ol Maclean's Britain's ambassadors come from appointment, had anything to do only four of the public schools— with thw amaring blunder. It Eton. Harrow. Wtncheirter, and must havp been made at a lower Wellington. level. tXTRAVAGAM The Foreign Office U seven liinea as big Mr K.lrn has treated a situa^ n WM pre-war Embaaiii-s apswa has in', i he Maclean a pg wa where only consulate* to) cannot be placed on cXisUHl before Kecently Mi. Ministers because they knew %  ;,,„, raUed U bena to embassy •>" nothing about it. and canr.ot be ,tatui. Why? '.'' placed on civU aervanU because ^ rot tn foreign currency of Ministers say It would not be nwinuinlng Britain's dlplopiattc 10 reveal any names. arw j consular establishmanU overLet us put ^n end to thi* „.„ ts nearly £0.000.000. Diplodoiiblctalk. 1 will name one maUc mnd allied servi.es in of Sir William St tang's officials America alone cost £1.222.78u who. by virlu*of Ins office. |ief or e the war the total cost of """" S7J" : "" •<* "•.p*n,bih 1 '*?Z£i F"..n 10 kill il nil i more c ate becoming public figure* right. They ;<.. Pre" %  >. They repreaent Brit( ' %  l*ble. The ^ thetn caa sea I Mr Middictoi. ale decision in their departments Hnd of lho Amciic n Department Money ls frittered away, through been outmoded for years. II m October taiO, He Is Mr. George u Brillsh C ouncU on such mp „,'*' nl Middleton—at that Ume Head of propaganda luxuries as subsidies ','f the Personnel Ihpartmcni at KM to lecturers at German universities. Pttndgg OBaei subsidised entcrtainmenU abroad. And where Mr. Mlddleton toand tne maintenance of UbraraM r. lithas Just left Teheran. n foregin cities. Ilumilialion mri MM \ i n i MI i i i It actinsas British t harge 01 Atlalres wouW ^ ^^t^ Io catalogue the in Persia. Yesterday h. dTOVO htt fu „ nistory of Britain's diplomacy Humber ear to Bagdad — OAa of tn war Thu country hus the last cn'.iJKi dlpiornsu t<> las"" Persia. 'Mm! I'njust' Geed J"*-. But . I>-ik at Sn Gladwyn Jebb. British rrpn-sentative at the 1'iiiU-il Ml %  'ion has made him morr familiar to the poollc than most British Ministers. %  ladwyn seems to be doing -j un ius" hi.l bce> i good job. But if he ever mart • ^, nnot tcrt e. ma grow ertnt. how could Mr r(u p,,,. NOW examine a second point Mr. USSL He said "most unjust." .( I: Foreign suffered one diplomatic humiliation after another. We have lost our oil refineries in Persia — and %  sg K p t no compensation. Two of our destroyers were damaged by Albanian mines. 44 British sailors were killed—and we ge'. no compensation. While America protects her troops in Japan, obtain similar i, and in no success in securing the release of Mi. Edgar Sanders, imprisoned in Hungary, although the Americans have secured the freedom of rial .social*. Mr. Voegeler. There was n muddle about command problems in the North Atlantic Alliance. There was Eden pretend that he. as Foreign oni „. in rwnt ear. has shaken Eg? £" '" %  niblk confidence Security has S-Jjj". /-''_ gfrais system of "Min%LS^ jTtXX**2l VSR leanUr^ '^T^ £ ...ins.bility" tooked ...ore u m ., M VI (1 ( I(I(1 Ex Brujsh ^-urnen ^mpr.aoned n.ring last week Mravagancc is common. And ou. Japan There has been ..tiuiry discussions on the (ll p tom a C y u not getting reaulu. ., Look at the record. Lord Reading, in the •>*•' SHI HIT* Apart from th. l,ords admitled that Maclean had Burfeil and Maclean storj. two ""^^"Vi^ vZ-Zl """II" ^^^SS& -S! grave incidents hav? osaw *^E^J*\ V *X£ •in the course oi a vioiem l(1 lll(n „ mc e the war ""''"" n,.-,un,ruu,i r r.u, 1 ,, M, Eton, II II..-II..UMM Com" b,M ,ho P '"''•" ""' <""• %  .,v.r-.J c-n. Io rerm G, --, „.,, ..... ..,.. i|r F.tn-lK '" WHOHUII '" % %  > '"'"' Hum ..;, .jrvictor*,Hw*,K,,„.ch....iiItovChMT rnl il„. full piclure." This """"" %  !" b, ";" "' '" %  % % %  'YES. there la mnnlliiiiii Mrlou.II .-xaniplo ..f lh.ouiinit thr war. photocruphm lop ] y wronic with the Torelgn Office. Hptamlli. halMrulh; the ooMier "f" 1 ctocumeiiu In UM ambuuMr. Eden may protest that he intole that M !" •" %  • nd "o" """ %  ' ,ho now bears the ultimate responal1 ...-ivrlv nusleadln*. "*'"' „ . WtrTrue enough. im ..t the peers tried t find Even if use was made of the And If he cannot sec. or will I sible for ap"~ij • %  ill, hi. record Operation Clcer,. ,f druil. vi.il.-ii.e. mlanlilc tan'ly howlc, I r munlal profesalons. * r| d war. fl parnlivaly senior jolt al A new pool, i nln OBkt UP wonNainicr. In Ihe Nam Era. druws a reshuffle amon Ihe permantnt curious to know bow the • 11 " t !" '" %  "other itap in Forofrlclala. but a new pohlical chief .,,„.,i,l,„e,i, came to lie ma.le. "< "!cc securily. He quote, ., well.—L.E.S. The lpr'.ii. Ref farmer Admits A i : v\\ Lapses discovered, not admit, that the Foreign Om~ was Ihe bigger I requires a thorough shake-up, of the second then "Junius," in his next article. .would be justified in saying that _by Sir Lewis the Foreign Office needs not i IIK LIFT 'AND l>CATH OF A NIWaFAPEI B J. W. Robert son Seoll. Melhurn 3So. 41~ THI newspaper is the Pall tie, which died in the • nd was buried in the Standard H had beta "*B-ofli ;itd u n A lemai kjble series of ntfi had been its editors; the : A. tor was. (Of ;i linu'. .* owner. Mr. ROB* doej not Hal he doe* i>m ti> light countless interest.•.K (and some ain |n itlttSj tseil -'inginshed figures of n (vgune ag^. And ho publishes iMai in %  vuluiin' which looks QeeUas .>f notes, iw.nting lal arrangement. Lord Morley. for three years nun <>f the Pall Mall Gazette,. ,vas scholar, -itaieaman and aguoa%  lc; he wrote ihe beat Knirlf^i book OB Voltaue. He erected an mposing monument of labour and v !h. Ufa of Gladstone. He v s a Secretary of State several Limes over. At one time he was tiumght of .is the next Liberal lYime Mini-ter. And he was called bs Campbell Bannerman, who beat him in IBS %  %  • I'l.rnier^hip The last man in the world artW thought Of in cunnec" itimance. Hut Sftut OS ITS PS 1 B Mr. Hobertann A young married'woman, with ley had been on terms if honourable friendship knocked %  1 his door one WII.UT'H night and ild -he h.-d left her brutal hus%  i : aj afiDrlsa let her have me of his two rooms for the night; next morning he 'aid: "I have mm%  t-nmised you tht .only thing to anBBS U> your husband %  • him to divorce you. %  ,. The husband declined to di.•orce. Morley and the lady lived 'ofttbar for years, nurryns on he husband's dealt In spite of • it'itude of the Virtnrians :>,. team Maries career in politle* dkf not suffer farora he "cohabitation." But few neople can have known of hi.< a '• l ie wuj not (Motioned In I books of reference. M' married W.T Bl lollowed Moi %  more Bat laraotar, a i >oiirnali t .ii I %  %  the trofllc in young girl : .i-'ed from 13 to ;; To tilim'-ite Mje nai evil he was exposing. St elf purcfay a for a technical of the law But the moral reformer had II* la. rl. E linn.sou himself a moral struggle to wage. as remurk„'le cxlruets from his diary reveei; "I have griewd my wife deeply thai rear by a flirtation with a Scotch lassie. It waa a pa*aing folly. I kissed her u good deal more than was wise or iigli'." "With regard to Mini'. Novikofl" (a Russian patriot living m England) "I no longer love her with that sinful passion the memory of which covers mo with loathing remorse and humiliation Fv* n in tho heighl of ihe flr.t SKI '<'naal I never wavOiodIn preferring Emma" ibis wife) . "But m>head is for* bad and ii is lime to go to chapel." Most curious of jll the extracts from Stead's ptiv.ito journal i* one which Robertson Scoll has printed with some misRivincs. In it Stead describe/' his decision to have a sixth child: "SbaOS -\v oocw ceived." it gpes on. "I have read to her Ibsen's plays, Tolstoy. Faiths of Ihe World snd part of Gogol. I shall read OoMhe. Sh ikespeare. etc. SheIs stUI varioii' m bjai moods Stead emerffes as an earnest. breast-beatini'. ItUL yawning, sometime-. stretching himself Maugham (as his volume of late essays reveals) Is still capable of a swift stroke with Ihe law* UBRARV LIST • BOY AND MAN By i .,. rrnee H an so n Peter Oavle*12s. Sd.: 214 pages The second volume of an autobigrsphy which, the writer says was 'spoken" to him by Voices which reconstructed in his mind the events of his own childhood. In other respects Ihe autobiography is not v different from others of its kind, • THE n \i-h SAVIOI'R. B> % %  ea rn iliiMai, t hatia wmduISa. Sd.: S pages. A novel wtttl quality and edge Story of Hercules Smith, a negro leader wh preaches a kind of mystical revolution in a Caribbean colon* and is ruined bv a single photograph. • THE BIG KILL. By Mickey SpilUae. Arthur Barker: •*. Sd.. I!*? paces. Bad guys and beautiful doilB. plenty of gun-play and Mike Hammer in it up to the neck Fi-st American edition % %  Ik— 2.500.000 copies S HEAVEN HAH CLAWS B* frUa Oanan Beyle. Marrsy: I**.: MS peaea. Sir Arthur COOS*! Doyle's son and his pretty wife SO sfaSf strange flsh in d reefs of the Indian Ocean. Sa DWELLV L\NE By F. V Marie* Eyre and HpoitUwaode Us. Sd.: 2SS paces. A teasing elaborated with unfaltering invention; told w,:h humour and erudition. Kirh entertainment. (Worjd Copyright Reserved) PRESIDENTS PROBLEMS By HENRY LOWKIr: WASHINGTON IT WILL not be long before Gen. Eisen hower announces whether he will allay foreign fears of a cut in the American aid which poured out under President Trumsn's Democratic administration. His cards go on the table in January for all the world lo see. Just before he quits in January, Truman presents to the new Congress his linal budget for the year 1954. It was, unofficially. estimated to call for an expenditure of| 85.000.000,000 dollars, (£30.357.000.000) or 6.0OO.00O.0O0 dollars (£2.143.000.000) more than Congress voted this year. The new Congress is even mure economy minded and many Republican Senators and Representatives pledged during the election campaign that the limit would be 70.000.000,000 dollars (£25.000,000,000) next year and dropping to 60,000,000,000 dollars (£21,429,000,428) by 1956. Included in Ihe new estimates is some 8.000,000,000 dollars (£2.857,000,000) fa foreign aid. It is up to Eisenhower when he takes ovei as president to make any changes he likes in the budget before it goes to Congress. And the question is where is he going t start chopping? Complicating the issue is a tentative plan |0 transfer much of the European aid to Asia to meet the still developing threat of Com niunism. • • The foreign aid planners, for instance. contemplate bringing Pakistan into the defence system of the free world because ol its strategic location and its 80.000.000 popu lation. It is pointed out that Pakistan is only 90 minutes flying time from several of Russia's industrial centres and many Americans feei it would be a wise investment to build up a Pakistani army and construct American air fields there. The new president's problem is made even more difficult by the tenuous control which the Republicans wield in Congress and by the fact that a coalition of Republicans and Southern Democrats this year cut foreign aid from almost 8,000000,000 dollars (£2,857,000,000) to just over 6.000,000,000 dollars (£2,143,000,000). Will they line up against the new chief and shatter his plans for building up the free world's defences? Some services must suffer if the Republican promise of reduced spending has to be kept. So il is wondered whether the econo mies will be made in the foreign programme the armed services, or in the domestic field. To add to the problem, about 8,500.000,000 dollars (£3.036.000.000) worth of taxes arc to be found during the fiscal year 1954 frorr such items as excess prolits tax on corpora tion earnings, a 1951-approved increase ir income taxes, and excise taxes on liquor cars and cigarettes. If these are allowed U die, new sources of revenue have to bt found unless the axe falls heavily, Jusi where it falls is keeping Americans and tht world in suspense. —L.E.S. COUNTING UP THE MONEY By NEWELL ROGERS NEW YORK. IN TERMS of money in the bank and ir people's pockets. President Eisenhower going to govern a new kind of America. After studying income trends, economic experts disclose tonight that America is be coming a nation of one class—a middle class Of course, this did not just happen oi election day. The economists went back l< 1900 to see what is going on in terms of in come to the rich, the poor, and the in-betweens. ^ THEIR FINDINGS: Total income L| being divided more evenly than ever before The richest tenth of the population is get ting a smaller share—about 15 per cent. les> tfatn in 1929. And the poorest tenth ha.doubled its share. Millionaires are not going to vanish ncx' year. Nor will relief rolls. But the trends do show that a bloodless democratic revolution is going on almost unnoticed. The old saying—the rich get richer anc the poor get children—has to be changed foi the Eisenhower era. The rich are getting poorer and the child ren of the poor richer. Average wage foi factory workers is £24. 17s. 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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY. NOVEMBER 21, ISi CLASSIFIED ADS.! nBVU SALWS T,TO AND WIFE TO THE OPERA DIED IOBBAX Vanetr Store Thr %  M rtBstRwa i.... i %  *•] f.:t room and I MH l"-glr Hall %  | tMVM DM Hall THANKS COB— II %  tnnao hi P M Inrlr .MTipath. Ii FOR MIM HOUSES i i M *.m*i.ii Ml brdruoni Our Api to M. C Field Dial UH il il M < FARAWAY PuIJ) un.i.n 1 oe. 100m houw 81 llili^ i-a.t. I.ihi.i lUpv Carport. II 1 I -i %  ill* I ""iHhrt *-•, %  . .rtam. .-.,,. %  H n.ng rha.gr IN ADVANCF. KOOIIVII v al Boad. ludmg Irigidal". ptit>nr ard RrdifT-nkiri I'hona m WANTED I OH SALE Pleat****. SI Jamci Al'TOMOTTVB •MO M tan. It NWh Nreiaal e d>-ii-. %  >;> nignt. CnarM* Smith HUH-* It H P Outboard Motor..-xl in Al conditidn Ap*l> rte. Kr*. Caallr PHa l-bo.,.JO-IS* II llll ELECTRICAL K YOUB OWN PHOORAMMK* PVt It. II M •> LIVESTOCK s ft<; onrr. I .1 %  -.. I t, BVitton'i REAL ESI ATE BHI>AI r. Mutts %  a i n MiMdini on n.en rfeet of land •-ofiUUM 1 tpm gallrrH**. imi diouig and b<*aklat rooena, 4 bedroom* oath • uh i mining water it4-na-,ell* lolkrt and bath twirl. It**' >d ga. O.r-ir t *e.v.nl* room* with lolUt ami bain in *ard. alar. Or.l-.id lipntinn evai > %  * Drl-ffn (hr twnirTrl* iku-r property will be *rt up lu> Mr at Public ron-prlH!•••> at Our i.ltkr I Luca. Sinrn on Friday ihr JBUi November al 1 pjn rAI.niNi.TON A SCALY, %  MALL l-lli on-ll ptuprtl) at Field* Oop Hank Hal! with water and ll|ht One 'li atnall proprrt. al Falrflri. H.-d. Black Mil .1 romlata of >. ui an acra of land and double roolrd ho .DAKY A SCOTT. Auctioneer Middle Stree-t W .1 %  I M More* Dwelling)*" I* i the nprn land a I'M! HAIJ BoAD n.ding on U,a".i aaju-ie %  MECHANICAL I AMrfA K.-I.fc 1^. lllrri UOii lot quick Appl% RraltorLlrf '"nr It II I Ilk -.,. fa<4 of land. -.ii*l public KBM and eonvanwrr. 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Contac Ian Oala e/o AdtocaU Co, Ltd Lara lUUra Tal. till. TAPEl', r.pr lor r Ott. 'IKS rr •tWuil I % %  • M'OonVlLIKFwniaballa. H-Mdrncr a law r A. C Ba.-'oft Apal. i Mr. Bancroft For Inrprrtlon dtafjl*! AUCTION UNDER THE &ILVER HAMMER On T'laaday IMh by order of Mr* T >' % %  tfca art will aril hat **uinltur< on Flat Whitehall HaiUn< which Incliid*. -l"n Dlntnt Tabla. BMrboard. t. hl chairi. China Cablnal vary %  lorrli Arm Chair* with ptm cuahloi ittolitc Top Coflrr Tablr OJ -wind Coah-Tall Tablaa. FJctrle Fit lamp. Round *" Dro Laa! Table l-dy'. I>k. Bockrrv Waon. Baiblr i hair all in Mah|anv. Claw a'd Oilna PyrK and China Duinar Borvtcc*. H*i*l Chain and Roattara. Flat T-ip Of* I hilllpa Radio. Morn* Yrrandah Chain Slngl* Bddalaada in Mahogany and 11m lb Vono BPrini. Drrp Blr and Fibn Maltrraara. Mlr*d Prw. Draaatruj •/"! i|r.l.idr Tablet all in Mahoony. Cirm I'alniad ProDraaaiivi TahI-< Badr Kefrlgtralor. KiKhr Cabtaal, Wara Plaaa. I.araari Knam TM liblr Nrw Falki I Bu'rtn (HI Bin*' • Burnar Valor Blovc. Kltchm Tablr nd I .„.,... Il.h. b-lmi FWrtric Stov%  oodi Okrflan How and many OUMI mil Irf' modrrn and mrficralt combined t YEAST-PHOS v* yonr key ^ good health. YEAST-PHOS GENERAL TONIC On *I1 Mill" IK-CO Freanr with very hitlp USC and KiMiaiiii-v 4 ft. long x 2 fi 4" 2 rt. huh. OlH AS STOVE Er Rine* <>Vi:V .ifiil C.RIM. completely n*)W. One .mall Bolt with Oar. HMJ Hall. Apph MKNMKNIIAM" Tin* Hill TYRF*. "piuai OBar iH'i. Ttv-> and i-.r TyrV. k I 1*. %>a It :JV, rt| rt>_ %  DM) J Itll.ttV-tf %  moLs \ v %  L 1 V •*•>!. 1 Wl •\, n ln iilhr i|< yv.1iM a ml Cabin*' Utoit I'lu.nr BUS II II V9i I.UJIOR UOENS^NOTiCE i ilii'i of lenot l l>"d>'n-( Sooen lam hakior a LMJUO' I -—..—• No IT* of Iffll (lantri V. Nurar .. irapaci "I %  <' hiiildiim al Sob.r l-ur. SI. MlffjV^l > %  aajd LnW .. iu piamuea. . %  *:lne M Mtcratal l>.t.l thi* ;>lh .va% n* Novrmb'i Hoi T c. R i.w.itmi r^i At Pnln-r Mafi*ltr. Dlat A IUI.M I'll rsiiiltl Appl-.ii T-wn* Ch BRANKEK. T*'VTMAN CO AattMHiaert It II BSV-tt prill. H voni is %  i will br I br hal. M.., -I. LSP*5AUCTION SALE AT I.AI HISTOX" %  'litW spring Canr Batlaa ... rfati Hat Stand. Ii. i ith _lmof Drwmbrr. IMI %  rrvr*/ THI flHGER'FfRE TOUCHES YW/ Cadar CnbinatMa 1. T. Dr. -II Tab**. Kitchen %  n 1 .blc i | ra D .-„ Rlrrp i I iraaa, PHI..*... il clwk V.ilor Here, B--b.ii Baakat -d %  \K. >h MaU, Hu* HHH i.e. Baa %  AUCTIONEERS Jotttk h4. Hitf I • FT A PHO.ST; ttto N Broad sir-ri HiD.W'S NEWS FLASH MODEL EACTORY ENGINES Thai Work By Steam — AT — JOHNSONS STATIONERY mi K HIMFS WILL FtlBAY NOVEMBER 21ST 111 BARBAliO* *Q1 \TU* CLl'B NO III I III 'HIII. Metier -. harata ai\n thai ih* aii %  cloard In Meii-b*" % %  N..'.MiibiT Mnd TO> • I COW and TATTBali .ATUfnAY ttin.prlilii." Itv m.lr' Ihr Comii-i P SPIJ.CEJt. Hrcirlaiv *l II •! UQUOR LICENSE NOTICE RIMOVAL Thi >|.pl ICI v.... % %  |,.or l*. rrrnrct fitpdam. Colonial Contribution To Sterling Area's $ Pool Exaggerated i Slate Robes Are Being Renovated Many of London's leadinx Wtl %  End lalkm and coun d**tRFnka v r'i LUI*UO>. g,^ tutv f^j,, rawiovnttnt; ihe Stme IX) THE official figures published by the British ( robes and mantln of noblemen Treasury oxag^erate the Colonial contribution to the ster ifor iho CbroaaOon of Queen lint; area's dollar pool? EUzabarfh which ii to be heir 1 in Dr. Ida Greaves, an economist who specialises inj Junc next '*••' ColoniaJ attairs, believes they do. Puma which will make tha Hei tiKument. outlined in n rether with %  private capital in' Coronation ceremony one of the recent article m New I'mia n aflow, resulted In an increase of blft*"t pageants of this century wealth, is that ttst official figure-. Colonial sterling balances of I ana under way. Her Majesty the overrate the Colonies' dollar eon£472 million, from £W5 million lubulion because there is a "dot. at the end of 1M8 to £7 inillion lar cost" of Britain's exports t.at tne end of 1S1. them. The Imports of the Colonial territories, this argument H Is tne fact that evenW have Joes on. "constituUi. fai larger failed to conform to the professed rain upon the dollar pool than intentions of policy which aeappears from the official figures founts for the interest now of their purchases for dollar*." focussed on the Colonies' dollar "If the total demands of the ea-ning*. says Arthur Ha/lewood. Colonial territories upon dollai sources were estimated, instead their direct imports." Dr igtieen has already appointed Coronation Commission under the chairmanship of His Royal Highness the Duke of Edinburgh. The Commission Is representative of the United Kingdom. Canada, the Commonwealth of Australia N^w Zealand, the Union of Esuth Africa. Pakistan and Ceylon. The Prime Ministers of the Commonwealth countries are member* of the Commission. YUOOllAVtA'l FtlMin AUISHAI rrro and his wife maka thelt first public appearance together as they attend a performance of "Aids" Raprti Opera Houst. Photographer! had previously been allowed i* them only when tttaridln* -Lite functvoa. rrstfMrnationai; Creaves said, "It Is doubtfu 1 whether the ne( conlnbutioi they make to the dollar pool would be worth mentioning." This argument has now beer refuted by another ttudetil of Colonial economic affair'-. Arthu Hazlewood, of th< Vwrglty Institute Studies Designs Emerge For Jet Powered Helicopters LONDON. Nov. BltlTAIN is jjoing ahead with the development of jetpowered helicopters. Several years of experimental and L e %  ,.,, f" m . .L i from Britain, it should alsc test vv easily argued that there is a dollar cost of the Colonies' export to Hi italn. where machinery and materials imported from the dollar area have been used in theli production. Similarly, it is arguable that if the Colonies' dollar contribution is to be debited with the dollar cost of their imports Britain, it should also be "If the Colonial territories were obtaining an adequate supply of ,c: i, r -. uTiports, of rppropriate. __ kinds at appropriate prices, to The Commission will be conraise their standard of living and cerned with the numerous and to help their economic develop-,complicated administrative ,,iment, the situation would be'rjngements required for the forthgreatly changed," he writes. "The coming Coronation. The Earl Colonial dollar surplus would > Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, la Oxford Uni"hen be seen a* one tide of n .the supreme ceremonial authoritv. Coloriol mutually beneHciel sterling area' __ trade pattern, and would cease to There is a mounting interest in be seen as an example of Colonial the British Crown Jewels and I'M : ati -L.ES Landslide Victory Was A Surprise The Presidential Electioi in he U.S.A. earlier this month i'hich ended in a victory for the ran candidate Dwight was a surprise ports to the dollar area. Mr. Hazlewood proceeds : "Colonial imports from Britain he tweeo 1947 and 1951 totalled £1,200 million. Four per cent i the estimated dollar content oi Britain's exports) of this figure Rve* £48 million ;.* the approximate dollar cost of thes; mports. The direct Colonial contribution tothe dollar pool aval these five years amounted to the equivalent of £377 mi. lion. If this amount is debited with the £48 million worth of dollars indirectly used by the Colonies, their contribution still .cn^Aisrs ^st^£3f •rid Tribune. Adi'ocdfr yesEven if allowance was made for the dollar cost of Colonial imports from other, non-Colonial. terllng countries it is hard) to lets thai Si Ji the hold Hot of ItW gram. of a boaidad -nd >kUhV" tiwtdrao.f ali-.had. utiiaUO SI Jwira. to tmovr mS* %  i-oardrd and .hlntiad •<• atth ibadronl atlacbad altuatad ..i a, |i j. not, •' %  •. %  %  L. .1 maaalaaa Dated i* Itfl. day of N< %  te.-g H NOMB. t>d MairMrMa nto the forefront of modern air transport 1'itclval. one ot several aircraft companies working on the Jet project, ifl aiming firstly to produce a l.ftlng unit, not a complete helicopter. In effect, this will be a motor-plus-rotor. Designers believe that once the lifting unit Is fully proved, they can then turn to producing any number of containers to fit underneath, built to hold either pas-enger or freight, or Doth. The power plant will comprise a specially designed gas turbine Itted in or near the fuselage, and c P ubl oroducing a high pressure gas to Eist'iib drive the overhead rotor blades. """>> This can be done by piping the !" gas out nlong the blades to the >hc Omaha Wi Una, where it bont* out at high Nebraska told the .peed, causing the blades to rotate. t %^__ | n.riv^.^r, ha. ster n countries it is hardly Spert. say this form of gas.J^''* !" ^ lh .^ %  ? for ?he" P 0 "*^ ,h *• contribution %  jrodunng turbine will be light be n 'iving in tne u.b.A. for the u .,. llLl h. r *i.w.i . i- IK, and rconoir.Ical because of s low i ,st ss years He arrived here fiwl coemption. ove T lh '' w f* k nd ., for hoMay Work on the special poworplanK 'icomponled by his wife and Is and the blades U well ahead. They *"•>-' "' the Marine Hotel. tested Ir, an underground • |J that no one in the -it is difficult to agree with nit. where the blft.lei can be spun s expected such a landslide Dr. Greaves that a sum of thir -ound at high speei safely and ,uru, i the elutctioiu. neverthemagnitude Is not worth mentlon-omp ,;,uvely qutetlv The usual ^ %  th(, > ** J'" 1 "*, in S !" 'm" wnv of testlns hlad-s is in an ,, P** no* that Mr Elsenhower Zi-vnuTciu "' bw '" %  %  d* President. But this argument about dollai "If America has a chance to earnings. Mr Hazlewood conAiiother British company, practise Individual enterprise and tinues deals with only one aspect Fairey. is adopting a different apthe people arc not taxed to the or Colonial trade and payment* proach. Large gas-turbine unit! death, the country will go ahead The conventional view of sterlmi pipe compre.ised air to the tivo very quickly," he said and addarea trade Is of a "triangular* %  i tor blade tips where It is exed, "Our great trouble has been pattern, in which the Colonies peugfl by pressure jets Some Of the wasteful expenditures and dollar surplus Is offset by a sterll.e compressed air is also passe*i extravagance In the GovernIng deficit. It Is, then, at the ColM two ordinary turbo-prop unlta ment." oniol trade as a whole that wc mounti d on the wings. must look, If we are to discern I i | -LWi.nl flight, moat of the "America is extremely prosboth the main problem and the jlr Is fed into the*,, wins-mounted perous. but no one can keep much reasons which have brought th -ii .limbing it goes la ,„„ MV became the Government question Into prominence. •I'%  %  > rheod i taRM n away \ n taxes. Amerti.uiey *a are working on a numrans however believe that this One is ARTIL S HEADLINE (Ua"... And ii Mmmmyi little Homing Mini if rr r*mdy for hit h vc h vci ? •* jegalia which will be used for the Coronation ceremony. Many of the Crown Jewels used in that Coronation of the late King George VI have been displayed in the Tower of London and have attracted and been Inspected by visitors from all over the world. In few places In the rorld is so rich a display of mineral treasure, anfl the arts of the Jeweller and goldsmith so easily accessible to the inspection of the people Mr. Pinero Dies SAN JUAN, Puerto WcO, Nov. 19. Jesus T. i*inero. ilrst native Governor of Puerto Rico died of a heart attack. He was 33. He wa* elected ResJdeTit Commissioner at Washington In 1944 but resigned in September ISll when President Truman in a suryme move appointed him Governor. He retired in 1948. -C.P. would be reduced £330 million. Difficult To Agree i" riei Holelo*i* nil \ IAS! OHSSHIDOl -TBaiJBBMr**' LKen-n. c....n to br held ... „l Orrrinbei. ISM. at II o'clock I INjlk* COirrt DittiKl F II-. S H NUKSR ^We* Magutratr. DIM F Holcto* it ii n isin Hole* Wi.lrl.rs LOUIS L. BAVI.EV Bollon Lin ADVOCATE STATIONERY QBBTSTONK. %  AtTTNOB Juat the IilUi shop in • and Xmat Carda '.W/.V.'.V/rW//AV//r', To Owr | Friends and \ | Customers .. \ S We can still supply the V $ following'— ^ X I Tins 2> .-lb |ln Ham i" $3.82 N Tina Aap Tips ft Tin* Asp. M :; %  and Tips 0 Bet. Cocktail Onion. Tins Hostess Pea-Nut Tins Craw fords Aasl. BiacQlta II and aor favourllr %  ? 3 Jb !>• Rum — | jrB & Co.. Lid. i; 40-sea.. 31.000 Utothar i' lor nth nd 1961. the Colonies had an e x. machine £ !i h^SS 15 SSff^ UI jg u o1 "~ h B,ini0 f T ! at the tall and curs and ttksfl iunm lor three p.ssenger-. . i> bigger heliiopu-iup to two or thrc-' -niics the 'i/-. of this ie those ol the Westl ,nd Comp n\. wh.ch envisage yet anothei %  nt This hot the )e r-ually mounted at th'tip of each blade -L.E.S during these policy ot the British Gov Since leaving Barbados 55 was to help the Colonies to dc\enrt ago. Mr. Doorly worked as velop their economies and to rals civil engineer with the Union thair standards of living at Paclnc P.;iilrnd for about one greater rate than they could b. and a half year., after which he expected to achieve solely from erv with other railroad comtheir own resources. rules doing surveying. Gifts and loans were therefori He entered the newspaper busimade to the Colonies to enable ,t i tiftv years ago and was ntthem to pay for a surplus of Imi the advertising and PrU. But. in fact, they have had i %  ii sections of the Omaha a surplus of exports and this, toPersian Oil For Italy? ROME A Persian oil representatKr Abbas Parchlde. has arrived II Italy to sell Abadan oil. He Is In Turin trying to arranuideal with Flat, Italy's largest cai manufacturers. %  Tttore della Zonca, wh> tgned a contract for 10.000. OIK ons of Persian oil and who Irleti o run the Anglo-Iranian block.i :. with the Rose Mary, Is reported |i e taking part in the negotiation^ As the contract Count dclhi Conca signed in Teheran was n oarter agreement, It is believed I %  s trying to arrange to pay for th. illwith Fiat cars and tractors. The Count is now In Swltserlaiui o tee his partners of the Bubrrberg Oil Company to which he hi promised to re-sell port of the oil t and when he succeeds In cariyng It to Italy.—L.E.8 IV •f •rid Herald which has a cirr.illon of 200.000 and publishc morning and evening edition nly except Sunday when there only one publication. Mr Doorly became publisher %  he in wspaper in 1934 but re.d two years ago when his son-law Mr. Ben Cowdtny took Mr, Eisenhower Con/era With Mr. Duties f> from page In Nebraska he said that there tiution will come here from Washwas an Xfcsarben (Nebraska spelt .ngton to report. tiaekwardsl Festival which has Mr. Dulles was another on the I teen In existence for the past increasing list of Foreign policy MXty-flve years. Every year at and military experts on his enthls festival a King and Queen Ba gement list as Mr, Eisenhowei ie elected by the Governors of went about the double task oi int State and this year, the preparing for the Korean trip ana Queen elected was one of his nc building of his new AdminlsrsniWaughters Miss Gail Young Colonial Research with rr. i rage 3. 6uim Dicej.l L-oncrete lanna? The averag 0jf cocoa over Trfnidad u lot) lb. per acre; the average on th* i>est estates is somewhere between .irtO and 400 lb per acre, these new. high yielding cocoas air Koing to yield over 1,000 lb. an icre. Tho^e scientlgts and research workers in laboratory and Held who are making this possible arc the reel heroes of the twcn.le"*i century. They are the ProW ;ind Drakes, if you like. Mr. Spr.i er. of this new El,7ibethan A< They are uoing out on unchari sens arid are com:ng Da rich priies. benefiting not only o • own Bnd the colonial peoples h •tie whole world. ration. After the meeting Dulles, Mr. Eisenh Mr. Harold Stassen. unsuccessf .nulidate for Republican Pres dential nomination and had .. mncheon conference with Briti: horn p relgn Secretary Anthony Ede '.ir,' "•• attending the U.N. Gencr v ssemblv. Mr. ELsenhower's Press teen y n'.terated that for secuni ieaons there would be no advent i.'tlce of the President-elect'* tmi •if departure for Korea.—U.P. ,J BARBADOS TURF CLUB I % %  MINI OT PBl/rs 6*1. Coi h Prire %  I I'.n BSl C %  PAY. 24th imlst.t In Touch With Barbados (.'' % %  ! .1 Station %  and Serial pv Monday. 1st tv and %  > Roebuck St. gM W 6 6 WWVX'.V, ;-.:;•. tnd from next. Payment will be from noon to S HI pm daily Prlt-. i | %  '>Sk. • %  G 1 nr.dkia Panl.lanlelvrn. I nrnam SSai • %  KtVg. • . Urania n>r. Lart H~i%  rt Targe-wi. \ BViiiMiaii. %  %  ajaoa ciiDp.'%  i I %  r-rrdertc A Fllari. i Aatdrot secretary ,,.. ,, *,hei sionRadio Network For W'wards GRENADA A grant of $139,000 has bee • UXJe from Development and Wei n funds to establish a broad•tirg network in the Wlndw. land-, with a central station -enAda Rased on the findings of p ons technical tests, the Brand '1 cover the cost of the erec on of tne station, studio building "id part of the recurrent cost of orfinlsatloT' over a thr*#> vear peried The oVa Kilowatt station to be I built In Grenada will be one afl .he most powerful in the Weft I Indies. A B.BC engineer wfll| mstal the equipment and operate! %  for the first M but d is hoped to recruit technf-1 .al and programme staff m th**| area —hVTJ.p. SHIPPING NOTICES ROYAL NETHERLANDS STEAMSHIP CO. SMI.IXG IK.IM I I ll'll I BOettOOe IIM November IW57 K1..ZAUKTII UoRNHOFTTS III. Mo*rmher. IMS sn*TOH inh Dacemliof l*-2 HUIA itth Davrinbor. lt*( SAUUNO TO BUBOFS WU.EMSTAl' TMd Docamboi. ISM -AlUHi, TU TBIMIDAU PAKAMABIBO AMD sarniM GHANA U S NESTOB SMINo*embar IMS M S STS5NTOB Mth Darrmber IMS UNO lO IR1MIDAD O Cl'BACSO AQAVmNON J4th November. 1FM AiatTlMTAITd Dacmibar laM i nrc,„^brr lI n.l/AIOlll ltOKNHI.FFr-N KACAO ONlVi lltt _. M/V. -CABIBBSX" will aocvt Cargo and IHaaafigsea for Dominica. Antltua MontaerTat. Navlt and St Kill* Sailing TW WV MOWSStA ofll accaot Cacgo and Pas*net* Sar Dotsinlca, Antiruo. Montaerrat. Ravla and St Kmi SatMog 11 Ida*. SSUl Inas. 111. SCHOONKSt oWNSsr ABSOCIATICN (INC.I. Coniia'ier Tale Nd C ,E G lE T RANSATLANTIQUE SOUTHBOUND ss ^"B^Ss: | Curacao. Cartagena and i NORTHBOUND RS "COLOMBIE" Sailinj I61h November 1SJ. Callim a. Mirlinique, CuadSloupe, England and France SS "DEGRA8SKSailing App.ox De. 2Srd. 1952. Calling al England and Franc*. ACCIPIIrJO PA88IOS. CAGO. JgAIL R. M. JONES CO., LTD.—Agent* PHONE 3814 l .i nw ai prafirwftftftf. oc ^o o^** ,o ooao< K i^^*o**oafta %  ******. i KITfHE.X WTLERY of all description: SPOONS. KNIVES, FORKS. FISH TURNERS All obtainable al — CENTRAL EMPORIUM enr Broad & Tudor Sts REALTORS LIMITED AUCTION SALE Wednesday, 26th November, and Thursday, 27th November, 1952 On Wednesday 26th November and Thursday. 27th November. 1952. by order o( Mrs. George Cuthbert F.ckstrin. we will sell the furniture and household effects at her residence Casablanca. Maxwells Coast 21.11.52—2n.



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PACi nvo IIARBAIMK AIUOCA.I IRIDW MiV I'MRtR 81. l5* Qahib QaUinq J tigua nils ^ed patand 1—* %  %  %  %  %  V in mcciB U Ian, Mr. rial mat" %  %  I % %  !! I wkai of Ihc Br:l* Mr Tull met Mr. had m % %  : %  iheed ol Unr*. \rlin K CJ. H IS HpNOUK Mr Jostic* %  .ling the nb*crMR JOHN TULL Si PkOHckt lair Kuffl.PIIK Hudii. Gramophone Pickilnaailaj for 1 Upwl %  %  n M will pn>.-. a* thi Lea Cn Btal U of % %  W* I Ipen] Mrs. Jean Williams u( A i %  i drill combine thSI. George %  Acting Chief Justin• • •"TMIKHK will he some alln unior Judicial office. On Hi hihi\ prices for Ihcwlni %  Dres* Cotiunie Parade 1 , ,..„,.„, 'ith. when | Fair in aid of ,\ IV IG b n lav) weak by charity w.n ba held. Th. A from Canada was Mr taking part in Ihc parade will be It J. Heggla othn q. M l a* vaiafui %  aaam ?i taSttr, brtla. ptagf— UiKKiahoui mr*k. >a r ConUol 4'>a< • Originality of ihoi.aM rrur> u.< -i.h (hat ••rwriallty West Indian Dancer For Pantomime LONDON A prett> 18-.. %  I in a chorus audition the London Casino pantomime. %  . r. BY THE WAY a o 1 -MII: con ideral uopposition to .1^' on ttrta lion In Bolivia maltlni plain Is justlI '.'.ii ol um %  i I i m nthei couni ihe additional 4 Bolivian ore Is low1 difficult to treat, and %  %  ;..,: %  I ; roject wilh 'i %  %  v.sO.OOu-aere Cul. M i i i/ban tba I Tf* i. Diusl l-e no of the Camargue fiasco, l in Ihe discovery :ii tin ill Ihe It) ai onl) large ..11. bains u Brlancon, Wtarginml note pum %  a • %  niii.ie in id's auto. i one In which she n one li I of taste." I himvnurr uf mu*ir I NDUSTRIAL p\%cholherapcutagogues have had a lot of of music and Us power to speed the work by making the tc I. This doctrine lIlensMfl, It has i ruined th.ii '-Some while Ihey dme to the Uane wiih lo intu a>ho baata %  %  us hammer %  in ate morsel of main it helping output— fur music. it will not be lunjbefore flighty girls at a trivcl' %  ifdta their and jiggle their feel. An outbreak of dancing would quickly, and arould na* I boM taotOJ • b> a dance it u aeeeaaarv, m u-ruitib of a musical per/onriawcT. to eaiplo-/ • %  he laiitftiai/e of musical erilu-U"i. (Music CTlUe.i Ttn-iil\ irar* itf fmnar O F course. You must not "Having banged %  boul the keyboard] like a Hiunkcii sailor, he brought one hand down wilh a fearful whack which seemed to shake ihe iti) loatnunoDt Then, like a i.'.herman tickling a fat trOUt, be coaxed a recalcitrant two with n bent finger. Then ai It again, with all Ihe weigh! of Ids shoulders behind her punches, slog. slog. Blog. Never did Ivory lake auall punishment. Slam, slum. l.Mi. right to the hitler end, which came suddenlv with ., chord thai oraahad uki an oak-tree upnwted in n storm." A N article in tne British Medical Journal about II.. for new Ivpes of food reveals that "Insects as items In Ihe human diet Bfly been discussed in a scholarly treatise by Bcxlenheimcr. m r—* The Hague)." bsaeefa as Hun (W. Junk, Rut 1 am glad to note that the oat grass "has originated malnl] in the minds of scientist) %  ntomophafl will have in dad la whether tinned insects contain as much starch and diachrose H aa • rts. how long a frozen gnat will keep its nutritive luico and whethei hornet pie is an cncrglscr. Vv itiiuni riiim-y Iruv T HERE follows a picture of the food factories of the future. 'I'm %  aril! be '-sunlit bmujha" filled with "inorganic nutrients u) aUBwCnexMaaOk and carbon dioxide gas. The ludgo "ill be pumped into storage tanks, and "white-coated chemical lllklliaaia arill lorn steam taps on bulleis llrcd with chore lla residues, to work routine procedures for the manufacture of proteins. fats, carbohydrates, and ritanttna. The happy diners In restaurants will send their complaints to the bead uhamlal as one deli succeeds another. I have so long been a champion of chemical food that the least 1 expert is jo M made a director of a linn wh.ch -ans gelatinised bluebottles Plnmninp \vm A PI-ANN1NO official contemplallna a small and unprogresslve Bedfordshire village the other day, is reported to have said' "It would be better if the whole ( I v van wiped out'' The Inabltants. with an ingratitude typical of mere human beings who U>vg tii'ir in.nil-, resent ihBplace of constructive thought. An mrnrdry will probably reveal that th village has not Ihc requisite number Of tdeviston sets to justify It continued existence The planm is prett) sure hi clinch his argumi'iit bv -xiititing out that we not living In the Middle Age* F IREFLIES now cost 1-. Id per thousand, and that Is what the who want to discover wh.d makes them glow will haveto pay. I can save their money for tncm. The firefly produces the glow bv nibbing lla hrels together OB .. kindles* night. The only part of II that does not glow is ihe dorsal amplex. Even the tibi.i docs Its part And it would take IV1 tlfl3.tlHl.291 llreilies In fioodlight the facade of Nulling Hill Gat*> Underground Station This would attract tourists as the flame attracts the moth. i" I i I I 3 FLOWERED LINEN m RAYON CREPES W SHOTTED TAFFETA 91 FLOWERED CREPES 1.00 ERED BBMBERQE SHEERS 1.44 FLOWERED CREPES 3.00. 4.17 & 5 20 HAND BAGS (in all Colours) 1.00 WHITE HAND BAGS (lor all occasions) 3.74 to 12.16 Also SHOES TO MATCH Also TOYS & SWF.ETS T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS) YOUR SHOE STORE Phone: 4220 I I I g I



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FRIDAY \(i\i MBI B BAKBAOOS Al)\ OCATE I'M.I IIW Salesman Jailed: Building Breaking And Larceny M;W SIATIOV WAI.U.V Committed Unnatural Offence Hii i.'.rdahip the Act Justice air. J. W. . Chencry ;it the Court of Grand S,i DeiuiJ fbi ,md Ethan Bnthwaite (IS) of aj pleaded r'atural OfllMKI OH S.pUrnl-1 *fi B.ith defendant sented bv Mr (; & Mr. W W Reece. Q.C General, appeared for the Crowi Mr Nile, ked the Court for a medical report about the two defendant* before pricing sentence. Mialao said 111 land the aflMHWi were placed on probation and nii'othlnc wai dne for Ibem HM ol ; Imprisonment was not looked upon M'I imi-U. Mr. R'eee MM th-t the youth i] uni inu'i be Kgainst (lends. Hi postponing sentence but the court must take a firm %  ttttudl prisoners who commit the ofTence. During the time which these offenders are on probation they would continue i xtend tin in H %  fed %  lime. An Astlze jurv at the Court of Grand S day; deliberated fur 20 muu&Ui *n -i :>o and September l and stealing arl % %  nftro tiia Lordahip the Actta Chief Justice Mr. J w B Cheneiy Meitenced him W three wears pen*! %  arvt tU aia w Reea w I I helped jet Bmai Led for the Crowe, from J eaf* I a slau''1 II I A p| %  .. %  .. ship told Kot.l. t llf „t the sa/,. Th, pl %  I apparently was bent on were taken bv l> . I i .: bad life and the oflenee (.r.iham < >) Hra'hwaiu'"ic-d. Crw Mr r%rn carri:.u.n 1 r |l PoljO .'lied Cranam handed him by the LjTOCk C situated at finger pi • I K.-rde fl the huilding on August H* <"mpared the fbv 'Hi September 1 found which were tehee fly had bean v lh ,l: *' ""^" pcinut whJ .. ; ,n taken from the hand Moor. BceUiad and both wen Among the items missing wenForde told the Ju %  i beet and soap, not saying that the bujldj ArUclai betoaataf to the Advocate ""' i •..Liunur Aii-tin brtak mtO the building. Most or also missii: rhe Police the witne.-ses had told lies against St. Andrew INot St. Georjr*' The Oener.il Board Of Health on Wednesday approved the ihvi-iou and sale of 193 acres, a roods. 80 perchei of land In lot. at Walkers Plantation. St Andrew and not St Qeorgs. It waa Inadvertently stated yesterday that It was Bt Oeorge. : |innts from his safe. Cl ffawe Iliiik**n said on August 30 he closed the building ... but on !. when ha I the building he noticen I i Into He checked mc articles belonging to Gardiner Austin and fount that oases of corned beef and tocth paste were mlMUtf ROB %  him The Police went to hli .i found nothing "I am Innocent of tli. I Forde told-the JUT3 Five Y*ur Plan AJMI Jeweller) Ho-piti! went into nervier Seats are colUpsibla for ttH Cards MlaalaMj Wanderer III And Viking Going To St. Lucia "Wanderer HI" and Viking, the two yachts that crossed the Atlantic to Barbados on the first part of their round-d voyage, sail this week for St. Ussta "Wanderer III", with Mr. and Mn. Hiscock on board. l. Lucia todav while "VikiniT. with crew Mr. and Mrs Holn tocaorrow for the tion From St. Luci.i. "Wandf St HI' will go as far as Antigua beforo goinj tt.niugh the IV.ti.nn C.m.'.l towards AuatiiliAfter "Viking* hi i SI I. ii. i l> WUI ht-ad for the Panama i MiItolmHahl told the Advocate yeotarday thai th have liked to go as far but crulu P .idequato chert 0 ii oyage bach % %  %  top In %  •' Barbedea, i-ock. t n is lo %  way bach ti Kngl.ind at the er.d woild cruise i %  if I dp not return U I on this trip. It froni today. Both OH H md Klei %  much ""'i were sorry they could not have %  pent a longer period here. During the debate on Government's Five Year Plan of Development and Taxatiip. some members <>f the House of Assembly suggestTho-ma* Ban Held, clerk of the ed that Government could have Co. Mil. sjid he went g*m*d more revenue by Increasto the bond in James A. Lynch'* n B lh import duty on |e building at McGregor Street on In •" interview with an eWuuci'SO, On September 1 he "porter yesteraay, jeweners id returned to the iiond and noticed ,n 1 an y Increase on the impon thai the locks were tampered duty would lessen revenue that U Qn luck was broken off might be gained from this sourer of paper were in front "If import duty is increased, a of I he door Jeweller said. '\vr would aulumatlPlaylng cards and twine were cally import lesj. )ewelleryf<.r our .ill over the Boor. Playing cards lo would drop immediately. nwr.Pd by the AdvocateCo. Ltd. Therefore, though Government Sl i p would be gelling more on the variM (Uir Moor, said that the 0UB "• %  lno f** x "*" Wftff b Co., has a slockroom in l"w<-llery would be such that Gov \ Lynch'! buUdlng at ernmen-would still make less than A KEW STATION WAGON fo. ;! M,„t ve>lerday. It can carry -even passenger* stretcher c*rMr. IJnle FeaBr, Msnagai of the Conrte-y Oarage handi switch-key to Dr. R. M. Lloyd Still. Mr-dt.al nperliiledent, Ment.l Hospital A similar van for the Oeneral Ho-pltal waa also delivered ye*tet day. It Is a replacement for tl.c trannportatlon of patients Man Gets 18 Months For Fraudulent Conversion 2 Piles Sunk For New Bank Huilding -eight piles have >een drtvan into the grow if the new Barclays Bank building*. One hundred and I will Ithe spot whan i ,: %  now >enig demolished. Yesterday. Mr. George < 0$ me work. v>.inuking his 1,1st pa*1 "f 0M >' tlh piles. Each pile muat support uph l> 45 tons. teat Mr, Caul%  eld h..s bofH fOnr-fool cubs %  ie hi.sk ..11 tea >i the pile %  .md a h.ilf ton> The Df the weight will !• mads hanaal HRK'KS ON WHARF v. r wharf was uttered %  %  tdad froea the Harrison Kavfarer, the imly vessel Bay. I Ha>farer atnvvd in port on Fueaday and atnee lhal ng -in. 11. .1 I .!!_>. WABI TO SI IIOONKR Workmen warn iinullrina aad lnunj the Schoonei I'IIIIIH 1I.1 IIIMIII I •.'citing the Davids si ship-shape .His rot BrrUah Onhnu %  OHJUM FOR ST l.l'CIA OaatMaal 10, is .it Inading cai p I Lucm. She expects to Baliinlai PPH told the Advocate that he is planning lo make a trip to one of the lala %  ad bW K lo I1..1 IMIIIII eve) \ui I-iti'r he h .1 l.> UIP The St. Uiey Vestry yc#tcrda\ decided that the members of 1 km Clauna Com11 RtOa i>n again constitute this year's Pen sounlttoa This decbion was mad Investigation Departth* Vestryeorwid. >., : I the Courl lh "" ,llt Colonial S, ,. „., mg whether thoy thought the September 1 about 11.45 a.m. The Vestry member 00 this „,mvei to thu nutlee should ixchanged or Who -;.ni it a rhathar the member was Willing Police Constable Asht: 11 Marshall U> serve another year. The mer.iol the Plngei Prlnl Bureau went IHT inMessrs. c M Ym %  nt buildinit icpresentiri. and G, C, Sept Ward and w L On Polieo Afake Arresl Throu^li^WSvstem Two rap %  lead over Pollea B] lam i I Wedn cne earl> :')irit The %  .vhen ,1 woman report %  Brlttcns Hill. The l'i IkM C t % % % %  ualmdaa later and ,.i ut. | %  m Us. The with the %  $2.42. Tl.o .... Bull children were bi Flint Hall about 32i p.m. When the Pclice arrived four minutes later, the children had dispersed. About L50 -. \ OriSth MI H.ch u k Btreet reported that she saw a thief in her house. The Poltci live minutes ialer, but tound no cne. S3S was reported stolen. V'li'iM ChairiiiuiK Of Coiiunirtsiou During Uie at %  n colony of Sir John Saint. C M CJ Chairman of the Public B> I'otnmiwmt, Mr. A. E.-Dougi..*Inf. He is the owner of th Smith, MA, has been appoint-d Fora. (an international 30 to act us Chail :i of Antotnrtf, lipgkHl t m week-ender. He was C Sir John krfl the buand >H '.i"nal Yacht Cli thb we. 1 %  %  "f Dublin, from 1946—1950. the Regional lYQliomc Con ..,.. (lll ca. -o.i a --.nymg Mr. OU Conditions In England Gradually Improving CondHlqpa in England were gradually improving and ',e narrowing of the trade gap erg* vary I'tnuuruging. But real progress was difficult s„ long as the U.S.A. peralated In its huh tarlfl policy said Mr. J. J. O'Leary. Chairman of nfellil %  I'M (London) Ltd.. and of Cahill&C 1': inters of Dublin. Ireland. Uiuiw Newton, in .Kriculliii.il labourer of St. Philip, said on ) ana gave tbi %  Philip i icra Before she handed the mo' j man lo %  %  ; be would give her the receipt the next Baa Tin i" ..• %  I he COUld 1 HJJ the 'mn. %  newspaper and %  %  %  land. T 1 ruling, (.ol SuspicionOn Juh "i be got =i %  •• the accu 1 %  ited the matter ui the Police. Cross examined b) ttn I that he went t'i bai place for the money. -1 . rd him $60" hi 1 Alwyn smart c.t. taki-i of the I'nlire (nsUble Sparr.. I t iund $2H un inn :l Clull tick iht hi had time to l I % %  %  %  %  Maid Jim' I 'MIIII the' %  %  '.. 1 Hi June 1 in. HI banded but 1 %  The OovernRMnl launch, star. %  <1 She is docked on Ihe wharf, op poaite the Governmenl crane. Yesterday workmen were working DO the stein of Stardust Mill iftgn M>K TKtNHIAI* SS AUielbrook. which sailed I into the Careenage 00 W< 1 veiling fri>m Trinidail, to. ..board lld.000 gallons of mola> 1 ho same evening and later -.!< fur Trinidad. She Is coiiMgend lo |ga Jason Jones ft ('", Ltd that day a .. nded ovei % %  .. Opt lliniiiof 1 1.. the St Phllip'g '" Louiai \' the Ahnahouaa he mom v from Ihi Mawt \eriis.'ll If re l-l iio im • %  that the accused !i..d $2H and some Itaibadoa Turf Uckd hU packets Th 1 next day Ihe accused made a WhlCfa was taken down I ,III<| signed i'v POUM Janic-. Harewoad of Uttig Bay. the ."uaod told Inm that Louise Newton hud given him $fiO0 to buy Mime land [01 bar. I ba .11 .used said that he was not K<>mg to bu| the lend but was going to put the money on Ihg Hank %  uaed lold him nil Ihis nl. they were In the S' Philips AlnishoiiMThe at | 1 handed him %  Bank iio-.k win. h he gave to 1 Uojrd Jonee aome 1 .ter. stage the |> .1 %  %  t> Id Hi-' JUT* lhat he was a patient al the Aliii'hou.e (or some time. When he was out of the Ah'i u > %  he aaw Newton but she IVe him $000. lie l^ndship then summed up t.i UM Jury who nmmi' %  .1 V0I di.i of guilty of fraudulent con%  lliMna niaga LOUIS 1.. 11 \ V l.f.Y BolUn Lin. §M$WE CBMML TODAYS B* SPECIM-2 NUT CREAMS KNIGHTS SODA FOUNTAINS PHOI.NIX and CITY PHARMACIES Mr. O'Leory arrived hen m the week to li.W 1 A. from Trinload or. .1 brief visit to Karbados and is a gtieat nt the Marine Hotel "Th* great Btetea," tinued Mi : ilu not expect to export to the sterling areas everything fior /or blades loi 1 ana a; UM same nine %  nakc it difficult foe steiling area to Mil then goods Ul UlC ISA. It was only by selling goods to the US.A lhat the sterling area would cam dollars t.. buy U.S.A. goods and dollar grants were a poor substitute tor reciprocal tradViews in l' :: i was going :<> New Yoik arly In D of Ai can Industry, to which he has been Invited >>. thi National Association of Manufacturers and would again air his views 4here. Mr 0*Laery*e home Is In Dub; Itn. Ireland He is primlnenl in Irish Industry and a dircclor of I |US (Irish Air Lines) in which the Irish and l" K. Government, are th. chief shareholders He hopes to play some golf while in Barbados and also get tome aallW • I M F. A. M Accompanying Mr K. Mi %  M %  v.i;. also been appointed to I J (i %  mous publishers. % %  K .m.sfncnd.hips •T" %  amongst headmasters and V ACTING vThXI \k 01 FICEB Miss If. 1 abeence on leave of MJ Vaugnai %  Teacher. .... Welfare I %  of students Studying the text >>ooks that > ryen in every household for y generations. 1 l \\l IMIMH Mr K %  '•' %  brar an leave wit mh -.: I'xti mi nation R i'suits PASS LIST l MVI.RslTV OF LONDON ISM ItMl IIIATi: KXAMINA I MIS IS XII %  lS2. Clyde Benjamin. IN. Samuel Christopher. %  WARD. Eric MocDonald. Make HARRISONS Your Headquarters for Hardware!! Catoy'a 4 HanMll Crarker with Mlniatuie Toy^. NovlliM and Charm* from 84c to SS.59 POT Bor Xma Slocking. H.Z7. 56.65. $11.27 and S22.5S CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. 10. II 12. 13 Br-.a^l Street DUB STOCKS include — I I TI.KKY in 3 (innl.s WISE IHSII COVERS TOTATO KK'hllS KITCHEN KNIVES FMKKS ina SPOONS CORKSCREWS mid CAN OraNBBS FISH KKTTl.l s VACI'I'M FLASKS ICINO KVKIM1KS ....i TUBBfl WIKF STRAINERS I LOUR SIFTERS \V(Hin SPOONS ICE CREAM FREEZERS I.IMF. StJI KK/IKS I'llTATO CIIII'PKRS '(IVF.RKI) ROASTERS BRI M> .in.I I \M TINS ANISTER SITS MEASURING SPOONS PASTRY ROLLERS TIN GRATERS — \l*i — A Hi, A^Mirtnirnl nl DflOhMttC llililifs in llGLASS. ENAMELLED. TINll II and ALUMINIUM WARE II Diiiililirss Vim uill Tt'qilirr MMM 11. |il....ill. Ml•nd Ail.lilii.n. Int li.ilh I ,1.1.. mid Kilrhrll This is uli.r,. Wt ran lirl|i lor .. hima i iil.i. ruga ..I all III.Ki'i|iii-i:i' Ill-Hi.. Trv US Mr.I lor nil Y.uir Iti'illliri-inrnls HARRISON'S Hardware Si \\42 & 2364



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FRIDAY. NOVHOIS 11. I52 BARBADOS AJjVo(AlE KM.K IIIKKK Jtk i a sprinkle \'mt*s nil it needs/ N*M makes h(hi ork of in • i aek/deep-c leaning' whew Colonial Research Progressing Cane-vvax Will "^G^. Big B.W.L Sugar wenein B.W.I. ^ Increase Coming LOr.'SON, Now l! During the coui M of the Debate on the Address in the House of Common-, n Fridar, Mr. Bernard Biam. tatv ol the Imperial Ml i foil wing remarks which are of interest io the Wi He i Hyperacidity* Af#* relief De Will Antacid Powder osn be coafideatle re mrnded for the quick relief of dig'.i ,r disorders arising finally per acidity. Heartburn, flat olen.r and all the worrying symptoms of exce*j sud formation in the stoeaach quickly *ivc way to thia reliable irmly medicine. De Wit Antacid Powder quickly neutralises tiers* acid and provide* lehef over a tone period by soothing and protecting the delicate %  tomach hning. Content: Lt-t the House voruud%  in* i.ift m ihu %  OdUClKXI bild 16 idMM *),.,; ,1.. U I HI Ilk' |) tot* U> indiwlry. I h*vm mind ur.c pertlculai %  i my privilege ; %  • visit the Weal Inlb. I Matted the s„. Doiagkoai LdUReati i • *et up m Trinidad, when I of the Imperial College h. cngngeri in research int. %  ..IS.'.-'.U .,, ili..t ran* Teh (jolonuil Balances Increaao tig Kdnnre* In I ttB million i TMI hiIxmdon been n I : imn Dr. Nkriimali Asks People's Opinion [t Mlri I %  proce*, able form ignifkanc. to \ i"' ; *< tod from the Una contribution bulk of pur industrial *.ix* %  waste produ. • %  u> a •<>\.,\ exceeding westmdki |e£1.000 million. n %  lopud—I have not tin ad) by a nrh doubt from wh.it we now -.:. Efrfiain to man) comparative!* of the worh *-f Prnfeesor Wiggins poov jithough potentlall that it can be rifwlnficiiviill for which iho acts a* doubtedly ndd lubMMtiall; to the -:<•' dian, banker and trustee. wealth of the British w Sfandoad. Brita n baj Then' ,., in iboairand rrUllton pounds i-uiKc of uaaa tui Ngai by-prosrorth f an %  of what duct': they can be used to produce she has sold. fertiliser!.. paper, even blood puntThe Sianderd leader -mtMrft ma and building materials. Such "Could there be a more spcedaveloproant would edd imlacular dt measurably to the wealth of tin' prac tical s British Caribbean area, which hacomn.erclnl structure known been dependent for so long on wMHAl Alexander Papagos, leader of the Blurtuet Greek Kally, Another 'Military* Victory By rHII. MWSOM NKW YORK, \ %  import. %  •"ce. xiourge of Gret'k COShOtUnllta, ro "i Greece friend ol the United 81 To 'his veteran of DOtt alia have now turned In their hope for their first stable government itnca the. and %  World War 11 and an end to rumLONDON With a Mi expanskM i produvtaoti I iracial lot tho British weal Indtei and British Guiana, thii U i-ons-ilidatf their i athe U'Mdinu stiisiiUKKIUI mnioiiwealth n* 1M at b) M<-r. 0 l.ia. id.I..iiKhm %  .:, .it a.Dor nd eas.ooo Bi itisli Weal Indies I Ins total proilm li-.ui < %  ( %  .".Veen |..o. in Oni artkAran ..a.MH.s iix-r* iii'in a ataar i%  =.I ver \n .i .In hitherto Ihe larseal awnderer. where l5,*-5J tModeelHm l foree^rt JI sea.eea ton*. %  i spectaculai aid NMM iaaa M :..i ...nit in tho %  '"ding lo the i lotatatd m.000 Oatana and i.oftfi tona in the British V, H • -r me ISM %  aent i" Bi .'.tin. M nt Minn,, I 1 "nrat nine mot ltd el fi adi Kwame .\ I r of th.QaM hi-fj. K1 ran %  nt laab eft i ed eonatilutioniil i lot March, Nkrumahi statefnent Fattowi Ifcj which l* had in the Ooid ....-: awnnM i %  tan PMvei Lyttrtton It was hen agrfcd that DropoeaJ I %  wraith should be formulated by Thv %  uitatlon with the i-hief* end ibe p1e, foi tween Ih. Kingdom and %  ''lt. Nlcrunirih I'., a number of points One li he position of the thri %  prei holdiim tn.pertfQUoa of Defi To sharpen appetite ther is nothing like Colman's Mustard Seen peop L'nlti •vim Br^i •ni.i I eternal ArMra, Plnane luettea ..mi srhathi i .11 M these should be replaced by sentatlve Afriran Ihffenee and nil n show, the : m.iintainvd until the it frtlj led ..r Veat i all i> en.I of (he total ww ARE YOU Mora Irritable Triese Days? Has tha "i,ir-nJlM/-" of Ibdaei-wllh ii.i daily so uu> ends meet ahortngaa and "high ariose,''—hagun to umnr on yea* i—ess? Do you feel you'rtt not rattJog enough rwrt -and feel so sdgy half the time, you cent enjoy life any more? Well, you cent help the oahappy condition of thv World —but you can AWo t-ourmif' Because thonaanea of CaaadKan men and women any thev ftnd they take tbewe worries M tAnr Mride after taking Dr. Chare's Nerve Food for H while. Thw well-known tosuc Which rr-*~ in ViUmin Bi, iron and other needed minerals helps build up your vitality and nid*. hi toning up your whoWsyatem Get DV Chaee'a Nerve Food today! See If you don't rest OatCsr. ear defter. frW belbrr. The name "Dr. Chase'' i your aaainanos The large "eonnomy esse'* Is rear beet buy. is few main crops for e*.i" | been, therefore, partleul artlve to Mcfaatl I trade. Anti-I.wii been the contribute la killinE d is e as e in Cyprus. British veloped Empln Ouiana and now MaurithBI "Certainly. Britain must Then then' are Institutions In with pride and gratitude on the 'East Africa. Northern lllion Bui nnd Malaya which are I : < ennnt refard It with eatts.waysflml mean* of Increasing the f fMnns'iatlnn Of the "'— %  %  --• '"' %  • alue of the mtehtv ""* "Jllation and unemployment If a repn structure known a! 'PapR' Oreeh Hail. Partj [o reptoee Ih. :he Stertlng \n-.r <\nd could wnlrh '' on 'y l,,tlr ,noTV ,h *" %  Ol Dal External Affairs, thenb,-a rnore convincing proof rear old won •pproxtm&trl) 24" thti .uld imply thai the OOM ,.r ih! productlra capacity of the out ** 30 ""^ m ,hr ,;iWk c """ wmi11 .vex imColonial Empire' Parliament and i-olled more votet mediately full responsibility fm la an immense financial * %  the '' '%  l; %  Liberal •"' own defence, the main burd rtbbea a#r.i MO OthtJ t %  iducer has sent Britain from iIoUU'S ', %  • .nine of which i.v now borne bg forces of the Commonwealth Th ( tlold Coast would also have to becoma responsible for dlii •entation as regards trade in toretgn countries liability which can.in no Cuilitlon and LHtulngers rinsiicinl embarrassment, which '"'" %  indeed stands between us and Cen. l*apago6 faces a great task. i.nrial crisis. And here i Economically Greece's sltuatloi an outpouring of matennl recould lierdly be wnmc. Ai %  hlch Have ately 40 per cent, of hi i been neglected through the years. Income goes fnto armament Shu yet ,ue :i!>lc and willing at the imports more Ihau live %  end of these years to suppl< aiftPIM ba I '• lo export an,..! .., %  r ami he ban no! a* I Hah diet of the colonial peeph (The I: t ol such i [erjete a ImJmansa, Theii worlt l* rltMIng 'substantial results, Cocoa In Trinidad last >ear 1 saw something of what had been achieved M a result of thi c,t ,.i %  ,] %  .1 rofoarch woik dona ..'. the Unpen> al College. It was possible on one estate to sec cocoa mown I l VS. help. — t'.P. U.S. Will Pay More Attention To Far East Gets Air AworH The Gold Coast executive now ,.a result of ihe eonstitiHioii..! advance* of IBM M I rabmat of i" in'-i'ini nvei i>. tin Add I)r Nkrumah BS I'nme Mlnl<--tn and an uiinftlel.ii mnlorltv ..f eight Africans b4 | see the lesuits i diseose reiistanl and hiKher fiel I Ing strains what is that Mail • O. Page 6. THE CHLOROPHYLL TOOTHPASTE! n Fresh Moutti Alll^iong? TOKYG The Unititi BUtea been gfpwn f.r tl* last SO ln I( ,„., itu ttllull ,„,„, (ll ,, then dongside it to f ar Ea Sl and )WB „ n fcuropa a result ol Elsenhower's election today And tt: of John Foster Dulles, architect od the Japaneaa peaea treaty, to the Of State, would imnertma Ihls attitude n is thought. Thai tnaj not mean more dollars for Japan, because the new lion win piobebl* be lam %  thetlc than the Truman %  ,'... %  aid, But Japanese industriullstt think they will now win HepuhUdan support tor theli iradl pansion pi ins, partlt ui.ri, South-East Asia. "Trade not .mi" i. made slogan It will be coupled with appeal* for pressure agalnsl oh reati bi (ompetition with the Jnpanese drive. Further, the new adminMr.irjsaetad t<> urge speedier rrkpriiainent. Premier Yohnida will be "advised" to get busy expanding his skeleton army. novy and air ; Only one thing causes uncasii enhower's promise to American front-line Kon .i ^itti Ken ai been mrteratly misinterpreted in Tokyo as a move towards scaling down the Korean from which Japan IB earning mil Im > %  ( predi lars. Dope-runners Arrested IHlMI KOMi Police hava %  maahdd a i .dion.il dnpe-iinminK kan*! which • lieen sending heroin and othei drugs %  Cttei %  iUCh .1 hl'll op te the Kingdom .\ aughi condal % %  %  m to the ,. I. |N.| itgure of ,jinH)ii t..ns. s.n'. aa gaj t,. Britain during Ihe llrst nine months of this %  ear. ... v .aiitnoiiwi ir %  >' mat IB&I :,2 crop .it %  i.i -timd ol H so Brfialn. None d aa hanna oorna tills I ,ii from stouth Africa The Brttaflh Wesi li >nly Commonweailli produi MI im h li it •xports to thr United Kmaduni l.is \rai Thru i. i %  i lies have .ilmnat entirely made .(. lot till I lies from otlu i Qrm(b Improved. i..o is Ihe British West Indies' peg*] by %  i.h. 1or I.K. legar. whiu I.K import. i.r tugar rrom the Itrli ask Wes Indfea and Hrllish i ..,.%  i.iM.,..i trmm 111414 Ion. hi im.tiTU tons In Ihr lirsl nine months of this tear. Imports Vim t\ p.its and pans, sinks and baths — all acmr leaning tin I'ruted StaU-* eon''her |,rodi' then '>bllgat>'itu —B,|t.p. ftreeraekers and cigar• MSS JACOUIIINI Auaiot, daugl.ter-ln-law of Trench Presldeo' Vincent Auriol, has a senile for men on her arrival at Idlewild Airport, New York,'after %  flight from Paris. Mrs. Attrtol one of the world's leading Bsoman fliers. Is in the U S. to receive l from President Tru man for her air achlrv.-i. i %  %  eit. ..ikel then v u Into the dope ring and gained H.eir eordldeii.... by ptising as airKm a/orkera who could lamssfab the transit of the drugs. They started wort mrl* In September, following the arrest of a Clim-.in San Francisco nnd rerelpt of Information from the tr-iiterl States consular authoritlc Then, on October SO thenpoll • (dlded a Ho;ut Kong hotel There %  fat a Chinese man artttl %  %  nnd tin ot cigar.ties in which irugs were Imc t Later, at his home, the police seized more dope The man. David Chan, who Mended guilty of being In possrsiin of dangerous drugs wax fined tha tgrtrh I IO or sis Tianths' imprisonment. He was. however, described at %  mere police, who have since made several more ar%  %  VIN cleans everything smoothly and speedily S5 %  R.\TKS OF EXCIMXGE MAIL NOTICES l* eHM • he Owiet.l IVt Offlo I'sreei W.il i. r ,d M-i %  Mlim iset 1 r*s fertrrcorrrh | fb i seg what CM • v . cesslve trips by ministers -t-ifT have provided amH."n'neti win h. ... |, . Od i ... .,. u/aah %  %  "el Mall and llr,.ir-ed Mail ill Wasl „. Ordinary M.i< • 'lIn it stu .ngtoi * l ie-. • i CaM> I.I s SO a irdar and lew A NtW rriracle tooihpasfc green Memasoi no* pvas %  safer teeih and guim. and a clean, fresh mouth and brralh all day. It doetnt just 'cover up" mouth odourm minutes, it aVsSraji thrm tort+klrh Meniavoi t the sun into health jnd fre*hnes. Wo wonder cWoroptn II .'r v s such marvel* in your mouth' FAm. ihe active green chloroph)ll in Mcntasol •<•/*' rmmth oabari, prtmMs '*eir rrlurn /oe aseri.'Testi hare been earned out on both men and women wuli 'bad breat h .*' Hour* after bruib. m iheir tectii with Ivleniatot, 54 had no unpleasant mouth hoarI Then, MenUtol's chlorophyll elrw lo build rmn, healthy gums. Ful test* on over 1,000 i mem. prosed Dan I irully, this chlorophyll toothpaste reduces mouth acids thai si use deca* . destroys germs tlial cause CK1V l-ahoraiory tests 4eri \I-M ih^proeoction' Millions ol Amerivans use il. Try the mmiy ircshness of this green toothpaste th-t makes ioclh brilliantly white' You'll love Mentasol... yoa'ti safer/word' i war no/r mouth I Mentasol 1 ^ Chlorophyll toothpaste International Power: Another Peak In 1952 ix-rations of InUmational In the preceding years. Company Limited in SalFor 1*51. net • %  Guiana BoNsria,end i 22. up from $12 85 in 1950 %  Railway. Light a Power 1951 and 1*82 was a di Co. of Mexico—continue lo result which lifted the return %  li %  • %  ir 1*52. we modest regular dr. tnbutlon .I has proved a under Section '. %  il to Mil For gr*ibsldianes per share of Common In the torn to hiahrr of new tax-free *I'T'' levels in 194B and 1950 and Of thi .s purchased and Of $10,052,143 in 1951. while cancelled durlni • mad. ing trM i-apsjeity of the com par. %  rowing demands from th> prevM%  I s/HMtOflll and an %  [ les 111 t>e ulll. ing tha total foi B years to around 10.00" rmn f 1*5.610 strong in %  ire, mov%  up from 12.05I.49H to 13.494.BS7 aeae of 12.4001" big up to a 1*52 range of loeraami of .d.i, 7SH—564. awlth the final sales 1951 over 1950 were greater than Steady progress Is made year by last week at 48. LOOK! SANTA offers im Minliiilirifi BfeSW mivhanieal TEI.RPHOSI.S MILLS .*'•• thr ili-i'liiti nt The Corner Store



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WHAT'S ON TODAY For OK aw Ui-t lacks MMIU.K OaBut U nm*. Hut o4 >, TIB UM ruUir* in 1M • -TIILII And UM tt~H tri t can §3 %  %  Mr. Truman Has Tight Budget For Congress /^M/,/,/,V/„,C ity;//;— .=-T—— s.. •!-ways submittcti tij-ht „i, i budgets lit>< i)t in %  %  flnti %  tied ITO.OOOAMMKH dollai compel* with s llfl.OOO.OOO.OOii nuilay (or the cut I Senator Tail al-. a twJpubla \ %  1 I .'Hi Thru %  I Very Happ>" (•resident Truman .aid hv n "very happy" that Mr. Hft expressed approval of tin Ad. ton's stand against furciK >rea. int.. Sept Scientific Mission For Russia By HAROLD (.CARD LONDON. Nov. 20. A Conuiuinlsl Chinese scientifh delegation it going k> Russia, t discuss the atomic energy programme whim Li Su Kuang, Vice1'icsident of the Chinese Academy of Sciences caid last month would be Marled m CUM with So vie i help. This wa#s announced at a plenary f*>.in of the Academy during the last week of October and reports have only j U s: reached London. The announcement said the delegation would be sent to Moscow "to study advance scientific cooperation." Earlier m October. Li Su Kuans loll the Academy "preparations to ludy nuclear physics'* had pleled. These report* have attracted scant official attention here bt%  .-• %  little credence i ajeesd en the suggesti...!,,,. Kussia If di. Dulles tyk %  K Nov. 2v f*r< •;.'. -fV Ml, •> 1 paring lor his luith,miiinic trip to Korea conferred today with Mr. John Fostur Dulles one of the top Republican experts on Far atastern polio Mr. Dulles, architect of the Japanese peace ticaty concluded with the OS. • %  IWI has been mentioned prominently us the next Secretary of State. Mr. Dulles' visit comes in the wake of the meeting yesterday between Mi. Eisenhower and Senator Alexander Wiley member of th* IS delegation to the U.N. who is slated to become Chairman of the Sen.ite Foreign Relations Commit* tee In the next Congress. Alter their meeting Mr. WUey said that Mi. Eisenhower assured him he wan completely behind the pr.ii iples Of the U.N. and was in full agreement with the current US. policy opposing foivibUnpa trial ion of communist prisoners in Korea. The repa'.i mtion issue .was responsible for the deadlock of truce negotiations batWMU U.N. and. Communist officials In Korea. It was believed that Mr. Duller and Mr. Eisenhower discussed not only Korea but touched on other world troublf spots nuluding Iran on which the I*res i dent -elect was briefed during thr White House conference with Mr. Truman and his Cabinet Tuesday. Mr. Eisenhower will get another top secret briefing on military and diplomatic .iff air* tomorrow— possibly h. la t b) ton leaving for Korea. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge Junior Mr. Eisenhower's Liaison man with the atgoing Aimiinisuation was one of the ia*>. matters discussed In TuctdfH Unite %  v %  it A^e •* %  %  I He said one ASJI i Ms' on %  i i .one o* tua is to let me world know that thi couaitr\ ha* unified "i ill try to meet i i befo Uw P\ Not Past) Hi • I Mr. Truman n(d h, Unue lo Democraii. that Governs. Ad would be the Party heed. He added it's too soot pa the u fn 'hr Renuhl said he v.,1 that question In %  %  HM PP. % % % % %  %  lad i %  plans until January II after he tUnal OVaT the White I He said that he will have neitlier an apartment nor an oflcs in Washington.—VJ. Reformatory Bovs Riol VIKNN\ M About, loo reoM load ptflts and broken funuturet las; night fought 2IHI DOUCS to I revolt in %  reformator. which police bcliev.was in-] spired by raoant Aitssrlcu prison riots Nineteen bays %  rers tgdurad| and 50 arrested. Police announced i today that one | badly wounded in big hand and Several other* shghllv injured. —U.P. i Sabres Down 500 MIG Jets SEOUL, Nov. 30. United States ilghtei pilots shot down five M.I.O' svsr Narth Ki*ea today bringing to more than 500 ths* number of Russian made planes destroyed in the 29 months old Korean war. Sabre Ml C. duel, featured a day of stepped-up air activity which included B29 attacks on a huge metal processing plant and troop and supply centre With today's five killAllied pilot) hi • %  for 502 M.I.G.'s deUroyed In the Korean war. Fifth AJrforce HtsMaauaraM said the 49flh an,i MOth VI t;' %  > down within SO seconds t each other. On the ground a deadly hail "I fire from AUstd arttllsn machineguns and rifles ripped into Chinese forces BNtfasatng Sniper. Ridge on the central ii-mt —I' p 123 Persons Arrested CAIRO. Rbv. W, f*>>lice have arrested 123 persons dangerous to JHIMI raids in the pe.-t %  ue Con rnsndai General Ahmed Hasaw. Thev Sad up AUm A stolen property m raidin sibui oan Eeitun Malaria. Hassan's aanotaScSHnStH rai 111 H Mil of General Mohammed Naguib in .. speech I day that he would II,> longer togti .ie i:itut ,, mssngsri Aii official spokesman sfsd NagfOib was only expre-sitiK -i • asm when he threatened to %  < ign the Premiership m sfsMth. He said Oen. Nagnb iI of hiinissi'., toward his %  nd was only deriding T rmer Governmani i.n i I id Bflered Kgypt ..thing but .oristlon aod ruin —I'.F. Russia Accuses U.S. Of j "Hydrogen Blackmail" MOSCOW, Nov 20 Pra\4a. nffinal ni-wsfMip.'r of the Soviet Communist: Part) accuaed U.&. inilitu %  ,i,iers of inspirlnR what li' called a campaign of V^ftfogrn blackmail" II was the Aral relcrer.-. ,. the hvdrogen bomb made in the Soviet PreM since the Washinjiton announ.. early this week of successful U.S. tests. Fnr*t that dcm.in,1. !.., i: L-nsifralinn of the warl.r,. bj_ T T "£ UJ\. Ask About %  nugon. It said i mr ti a 'hoae hn imp ire ,urh report\ ITlilt I*'li'S'Sal^ all *flj bs -VllasttO 1 ill CCla -fid than atomic blackr^ T\• bosnb came "* rioOIl"rh ti a brif paragraph of a ofielUTUl rrvten of the Korean wai PAWMUNJOM. Nov 20 entitled "AggWiin laiunching The United Nation asked Com\ riiithinil nunlsta to undertake detivi Armms oiiwi Uimgs the newsU'hnstmas parkages f,„ \i paper said: "as from a horn M rlsstsksri held by Keda. li w IVI'MNIIIMVI III O. KS plentj from the page* of the I'irvN flow sfattb is.tpired Pentagon demands that a ... w onslaught be organised in K. i. ,t. ,t M.utchuna %  %  txunbed. hckade of China be ini'uslrted and tho atom bomb be Chsncterlstlc racket started In tii. American Prea in this cont..--tio n In the p.. hmerit of iii-Hii military arsenal w.th a certain new bom Is-—'superbomb* apparently by that Is meant the so-called hydrogen bomb.'' a bo Lnsfans such rrporta think hydrogen' blackmail will .' ssors successful than atomic b H kii.-nl If VS. Plane Set^ New Record rHIHMAL, California. Nov. ao. I A Sabre Jet interceptor plane Mailed r 670.R91 Capt Nash flew the plane at an f only about 100 feet ever the course, part *.f which rosaes Sa.t.. —II.P. thW time the U.N. has asked Heds to accept parcel^ for Allied prisoners. Snly to exchange mail Todays request was made in $ letter from Lieut. General W1IU..111 K. Harrison iha-f U N. truce delCK.it.-. to N.irtli Nam IL The letter was given to the Communists at a brief Liaimsi •fmclalu meeting. Ucut. (^n Harrison first proposed tliv parcel -x%  hanse plan August S. Shmtly f.fler that time Reds said th< had taken the project under -tudy." When nothing huppcn<-d Harrison proposed ( %  4 in on October 8. Th.II.Inever answered the •eeond letter The Ueut. Gen. said "it is in< m> i hrable you should eontlnue to! 'i-Tiv prisoners of both sides the i' ..11,1 ha mlesa benefits of Ifexchange of parcels which f .•10po.se."—t'.P. Till. TWO US Hou-uu •spertu as Mr Donald ll.i (c>ntiel rxatnn Iki HotnUits Bosrd. Hr T 0 Laslik 1l.1t 10 th. Uarllibe iin-miiriit.il limldiii Comrade" Or You're Fired MU.,1 %  %  TIM lllln li rrledly rcii.tly fra I 01 iglnally pie 1 VIENNA. Nov n-.rnly-fm.r KTIH m. nudapesi departmeni storm *"" l(ui,lu ,,lli %  ive forgotten their DTOIH. k a %  vt <>* command. in the HuBtgaruHi Peoiile's [Sttiiotbm Division* .,:. ih,. Hungarian CoTnmufUst e-mprtae T,t0U -tmrtg aj paper EMI reported. Smart shops %  %  w '"> headquarters at Paaelt S.ikl have begun selling lop hat*, walk. Hussian ofheer-. ieinr<>ree1 %  itwooclss and other items "" %  " has baSfi tncrssis d Inn intended for "gentlemen" some half Qesen pet dl ly 3.1 Russians Form Three East German Divisions PAB1S, Nnv ao. InJornMd > %  ..mi RIM la ratljig t.. I.IM. .ii. i .1 %  mrlafl WMtern rtranKih in KUI<|KIMS i.iunr.i iimc KMI iMTinun dlviofii '.'i i>rp man in Comniunisi CnehoslovaMi and ii :l hi. "ateoap ll CM" wanl ..n lay 111 Prague charaeil with treason and eapli Unonn those named as Kl.insky's ikaM in nn allrerd Ime he lirliied to build was Vladimir dementis formei K.iri'un Si-i-retary. QUEEN JN TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD = %  SB. Com%  H.i.in. (.*,nici Deputy UitiUter of I Chief Of Irrtelligen..* ind Vdvru Etajdw Doputi lore.Hii MinisterN. and EvaSfl |y>e: ister of F.srcign UatVls. FfTja, former nonlc Adviser to President Klcment Gottwald and the Five Year Plan. iJi.M-ph Frank. Deputy General and Otto Sling, former Party %  1. RrsV Kaflloi 'kin/ the stand in the %  % %  wison this mornin %  %  %  oflfc Isl ] %  1 newspaper ttudr Prave and Otto Flal. former \> ..i..tsi,doi to nil <• %  %  trial came srltl %  lunrment brOSkdeast by Prague Radio at fj.Ofi . V T — IP %  s War Maiies. Thousands looked on aa the Queen, wearing a black coat ar.i hat, stepped back lo silute at the end of the earWcs*. (/"fernittonol lUa*ophote)_ OUlEN lUZAerTH II ],.-,, moria] during the annual 1 UNESCO Will Mm lir IVfonlf-Vuleo pABia 'O agreed to accept Uruguay' hold threttnf in 1954 Video despite the obje. I it would cost double The vote was 28 in and Ilv e nations absent. With Christmas just over .1 nionftl off. city stores have begun 10 decorate their show windows ..nd to display their Christmas loods. Toys of every description io Hall children of alt ages are on display md during the week, parent-, snd hildren have been inspecting the various showcases making early selections. Some people have begun ttu-tr ''hriUmas shopping already, and in some of the stores, clsnTfca have reported that sales arc gradually ncreasing. They anticipate a more rapid increase during neat week and Ihe first week in DeearnbeT, with sales reaching theii pt-.h luring the we*-k Immediately lei.tmas In addition tu local Bhoppeis. ilv stores are looking forward lo 11 continuation of the trade with visitors from Venesuela who come It.,i 1 • f-.i th. Chri tm -' i.'Ml New Yea r holidays Iran Will Soon Go Communist H IIAKOLI> CtAltll LONDON. Nov. J diplomatic sources sain Turki'h ofllcials believe that Iran will gfl Cmnrnunist sooner than any Othel N'.rth Allantic treaty powers ••xpaet an.l Is pressing for "Mronp and deterniined measures" to meet the possible spread of Soviet influence th< 1 %  The. ^aid the TurKmti view arfj *tn>nglput %  the nritiah Oofa ornmen: laal Turkish Prim. MlnistSI and For. Ign lUUata. visited !>"• %  I linti.h BU I said fr have "frankly ruseed" SflUl Foreign Secretary AotltSSn f l Baa Minister Ix.rd Alexander the weaknesi of TuTstojr*! %  %  .'ported to !i Ai'llng to assist in any ml '"ommun1 that Britain hs< .%  gainst any action in II %  %  IT flr*t Pansenger Highl Over Pole '"I" /us Course They are Mr O Weeki-s and ill 1 M Hlackiiniri of the Social Welfare Office, and Mr. B Bourne and Miu Jean Clarke Of lie Pr-ibailon Offl*i' I it Water*! 1 11 iml "i an.l %  II, oil B %  %  1 Schooner Burnt Atoms For Peace WASHTN'.J' P re s ident Truman predicted Wednesday nigi .' atomic energy would be tumeo to "peaceful r grnersmade the pre. :>rtun from the •leech he rUafe Oulana Barbados u booner run suffered a great ram tew weeks ago when the pen .unooiier Teas-siliy A. H. Van• iaytraaa owned by Captain Basil hu bjM fire and was comrec< destroyed in Trinidad. Capiau. ll is understood that at the time h-.^. .„ ." Captain StoU's wle %  2*J hr mi>,0r WMfc ratal other persons wero "••*• Al 'be tin rd the vessel, but no one' cbl, m tn# v '''" % %  '* Injured. |of another Cap! Kali th* 4nHlu>iiT..n !'.. % %  Vf he, aerner, A few %  3 he n early K.W.V. ( IIKISTM \s linii'. iinrl phrrr Ih.' ilirrrful , .1. "I flraa.l—1 and (IM.,,1 \\,.h H mid inrrrv luasls inu.limerrier with | s|i:nllit Kll^ of K.H'.V. \„ li,nr rilhrr. to lei >our K.W.V. ue. .hack while ran .nr lisl fur:— • I't.llll TASV.W • 1. MIIIOS \ Mil III! • 'ii >IMI its< mil 1. \. a rtrfkSaSrl* .1^ Or \ I .-.. rr t .?• uaslatai -ri.4



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PACT I K.in BARBADOS AOVOCAR FRIDAY. NOYF.MBFR 21. 1*32 TRINIDAD LEADS W.I. BOXING What Of The Game Here ? Bj 0 A I oi-i'lN %  %  %  %  Wills. %  Koyal Jockey Marshall lias VI. The Breaks ovi: in i i i i. II 11 us I.IKI: TO I.I i %  %  l %  %  %  I'hom. i IN I.oc.1 Scene I ibllc sup• -.ir yearn %  I I Fi-.n H : Vk< | ( in .%  M %  %  %  RWl in ..rtrtnnaedlc turatrf Mashed-up it,., | tmtiiui: squareMonteUa mads toll win dm; wtih a %  iivii.d— or ihnt rOK THAT LOOK AT THE EXHIBITION ROOK* MABOIANO livid111* bait for tua world haa-yweiiht chanpiounhlp. pteMuUd Xa bin by Mat FUiscbei it Uto Baaing WnUiluncheon In Nw York Rocky baa announced >laa U fight one* a month, (tatting In mid winter. f —IInlirmmilunat Sowndphoto). umnAaw: i I ,.,< % %  ViuiHitet Mi H Germ* II that W far %  tint broken rid* than lie cat* rei I* (Is of concussion, block eyes, A( i |r.,i tap lo loe. last month eft ey when 1 I fell, mde at nham a ith %  patch over hU The Ring nag Hiel*.."> i %  Tint pii.f fnllowine ye n ore brittle of other first HHIIM-. %  1 i rulatt when %  %  ht hi) been well In Ihe first %  %  ITial waa %  i II >nch orn.il risks as. Left aJu par! U) Iha French Grand From Clermond Ferrand. agio will hop to I>'iidon to meet is slated urrae nt owners of llritish BRM famous rac|ni .„ iber 13. WE OFFER I n NEW SUITINGS Ivtli \*MMW Plain and Striped rwMd—$4.23 S6.ll. SG'O. SS.42 yd. 1 H BBV "V /'' t English all Wool Pick & Pick in Blue. Grey. Brown—SI 1.78, SI3.05 yd. Vlfv < T^LH EngUnh Fancy WonMd* SI 1.58, SI 1.89. SI2.91. S1S.02 yd. English Pin Sliiped Serg. in Navy. Brown. S Black S8.56. SI2.00 yd. Engliih all Wool Garwrdtn.. in Fawn. Tan and Groy, CAVE SHEPHERD & Co., Ltd. BROAD U.S. Football At Wembley I. INDON The huBabaloi r %  cai, KHO football fin I an [..Hid. Stadium D Wembley has toon an Olympics Games, countless English foul_ r-t.ll ami Rugh> bnttHBl dog Automobile company ol MOfl Two week* ago Fangio signed 1 j$|h igreemenl nh llu^Maserali j^j* A MAFFEI SUIT MAKES A BIG DIFFERENCE. %  liing re tided ..IT the I n a loose horse In ii'ip Hut for II i %  vlnnan thai 'Part of I in nil %  Think nothing of u," In some of the ."153 race* counting, (or world competition at i .,( i Maserali 2.000 e.c. baleTta have 1 bones 1 IMVI n my time. bu< | I i. -inosa. I and a !% %  DI hand give of hi living "'in of icing and raUgfoui ralUaa. tint iever American football. "If* he ttrsl ami probnltly the last the powers at Wem%  All IK. are ex (icctlng 30.000 along. The teams' the I s A \ f n Ibt II Chaoipionttilp, Seml-llnals will be decided in the nexl month. Top b I Britain Is drawn lo DBU i'i. In Fran I the ban teams from North African and Friends or Fangio lau. ill tight It out at rumours that he was signed by Fi.oikfuit. The winners come on ih t Ferrari Company lor .. rmmgoi to lake % %  lew U) lx.ndon. V "f races in ISM. These rum:f >ou are going to be any The tlnal will malu ITi k hke Yankee Stadium, comtt .ien it waa learned hat both rUowt never lit pla '"' 1 %  ,, bands, pretty. Alberto Ascorl and Luigl Villoi hirted drum majors and had not yet signed new contract* "the company. t'.I". YOU LOOK YOLB IIKST re megaphoned cheer laadere. Ix>nlent] of bonaa I linnk I've go) "en and social clubs and there plan to linn up in (ore hvciihi od .i of 1 i en r iii [II nil rival banks on either side of stadium. ate ol the lax-collector. Wembley Stadium Ltd., ileti can I." %  allv. US put —L.K.S. lloviiii; Hoard %  imd pun. i became a ^^ i found %  ore dbtap%  nd MOru Liugh. ll these trouble' the f. %  their dia , zl ,. ,,.... ncGrcgoi scored an im.... %  rum %  w to uln ihe W< fellowi do mind taking ttng the ground gratis. Proceeds isks. hut we are not paid hall will go to the R.A.F Benevolanl I I nd and u> the VS. Welfare %  income-lax at whatevergervsoM Fund. a|lB> Talks On Sugar Price Stutlrtl WcQrogor lieui* Mvrvyn Rase %  LONDON. Nov. 20 There has been a holdup In Ihe talks on Ihe 1B53 Sugar Price Another meeting was held at ihe I'l-xi Ministry this nfternmrn %  eminent icprcaentjn.es and Umpire delegate*, nut fti'i ,m hour and a half, the mealing wai %  djournad withou* % %  n beint: n'ached. It is now obvious that the lea agreement will not be conWfl iudttl until nexl week. Mr. i Tournai SedgMaeCowan *n t i Mr. Cuke, the Ken West Indies representatives, have %  renewed their provisional homel l' ard plane uooktniis which had i II niade (or this weefc-c 1 T hey'U Do It Every Time —~. By Jimmy Hatlo KaiiKiu was favourably impressed by Ihe new Maserati car whjON ggafjna works on direct gaaoUne when Frosilan Gonzalc* lOOk With It an exiellei.t plaCS in the last automobile OrBfld i'i ix it Monza after n thrilling duel with Alberto Ascari.




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YESTERDAY'S WEATHER REPORT



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of Ordinary 11.90 Total Rainfa t 2%
Police Band at Rehearsal Highest fon
James Street Church 7. x ions # i
Rediffusion “Frida : In /elocity =a
Miscellany ® ' arometer
Sunrise: 6.01 a.
Sunset i '
For the cause that lacks assistance, aiden Gan nae.
ae wrongs aa High Tide: 7.16 a.m., 6.32 p
i = ve ‘ Low Tide: 12.31 a.n 2.21
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PRICE: FIVE CENTS

t Budget For

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ress

Mr. ‘Truman Has Tigh
Republicans Will
Be Unable ToCutit

WASHINGTON, Nov. 20. i

President Trumen said he will send a good tight budget

to Congress next January 20 and indicated that he thinks
Republicans will not be able to cut it very much. Asked for
comment on statements by Senator Robert ‘Taft about bal-
ancing the budget, Mr. Truman told newsmen that Taft does

Cong

Sabres [Russia Accuses U.S. Of |
Down500) “Hydrogen Blackmail” |

MIG Jets MOSCOW, Nov. 20. |

Pravda, official newspaper of the Soviet Communist
SEOUL, Nov, 20.



\

Party aceused U.S. military leaders of inspiring what it
called a campaign of “hydrogen blackmail”.

United It was the first reference to the hydrogen bomb made







States fighter ots i ; :
not know anything about what is in the budget and he had|shot down five Mae in — in the Soviet Press since the Washington announcement |
better wait until he sees it, The President said he has al-|battles ever North Korea today} early this week of successful U.S. tests.
. ~ways submitted tight and honest; bringing to more than 500 thp neon 7 Panda . Nir netiahithetntnntniome
budgets to Congress and that Con-/number of Russian made planes }i!tems o irfare t
i sf; gress never has been able to cut] destroyed in the 29 months old {Sores and H-bomb reports in U.S. U.N. Ask About
ec1en 1¢ them very much despite strenuous | Korean war. ne wep were a as
efforts, Sabre M.1LG. duels featured a ge vi a ae au ts P |
. $ Senator Taft, said this week he/day of stepped-up air activity |,, ink ‘hydrogen’ blackanall wht be | arceis
SS1On vere A - - tl for fiscal! which included B29 attacks on a|more sucessful than atomie black- | “7
1954 whittled down to about/huge metal processing plant and|..si]," ; F Pr
> $70,000,000,000 dollars compared | troop and supply éentre With te {" a H-bosb ‘eine or 1soners
For Russia with a $79,000,000,000 spending | day's five kills Allied pilots Have

By HAROLD GUARD

LONDON, Noy, 20.

A Communist Chinese scientific
delegation is going to Russia to
discuss the atomic energy pro-
gramme which Li Su Kuang, Vice-
President of the Chinese Academy
of Sciences said last month would
be started in China with Soviet
help. This wags announced at a
plenary session of the Academy
during the last week of October
and reports have only just
reached London. The announce-
ment said the delegation would be
sent to Moscow “to study advance
scientific cooperation.” Earlier in
October, Li Su Kuang told the

outlay for the current fiscal yeat

Senator Taft also said he think
a Republican Administration may
be able to cut spending by another
$10,000,000,000 in fiscal 1955. There
have been reports that Mr. Truman
would present a budget of about
$85,000,000,000.

“Very Happy”

President Truman said he wa
“very happy” that Mr, Eisenhower
expressed approval of the Ad-
ministration’s stand against forci-
ble repatriation of Communist
prisoners in Korea.

The President told a new
ference—his first since September
25—that the Korean prisoner sit-
uation was one of the man mat-
ters discussed in Tuesday’$ White
House Meeting. He verti the

con-



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accounted for 502 M.I.G.’s
stroyed in the Korean war.

Fifth Airforce
said the 499th and 500th M.1.G’s
were shot down within 60 seconds
of each other.

On the ground a deadly hail of
fire from Allied artillery
machineguns and rifles ripped into
Chinese forces harassing Sniper |
Ridge on the central front. —U.P

123 Persons
Arrested

CAIRO, Nov. 20,
Police have arrested 123 persons

de-



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‘entitled
Headquarters |

in a brief paragraph of qa one-
clumn review of the Koréan war |
“Aggressors Launching
Blackmail.” |
Among other things the news-/|
paper said: “as from a horn of
plenty from the pages of the}
American Press flow clearly in-|
spired Pentagon demands that a!
new onslaught be organized in
Korea, that Mari¢huria be bombed,
that the blockade of China be in- |

) tensified and the atom bomb be!
used.”

‘Characteristic raeket started in |
the American Press in this con-
nection in the past few days con-
cerned the allied enrichment of
the American military. arsenal
with a certain new bomb—'‘super-
bomb’ apparently by that is meant
the so-called hydrogen bomb.”



“Those who inspire such reports had









PANMUNJOM, Nov. 20.

The United Nations asked Com- |

munists to undertake deliveries of
Christmas packages for Allied
prisoners held by Reds. It was the
third time the U.N. has asked
Reds to accept parcels for Allied
prisoners. So far Reds have agreed

tonly to exchange mail.

Today’s request was made in a
letter from Lieut. General William
K. Harrison chief U.N. truce del-
egate, to North Korean General
Nam Il. The letter was given to
the Communists at a brief Liaison
Officials meeting. Lieut. Gen. Har-

rison first proposed the parcel ex-|
Shortly +

change plan August 5.
after that time Reds said they
taken the project “under |





THE TWO U.S. Housing experts seccaded to the Garibbear’ Commission, Mr. Hector Garcia qd) and
Mr. Donald Hanson (centre) examine experimental building blocks made by the Manager-Secretary of
the Housitig Board, Mr. T. 0. Lashley (r).



i Academy “preparations to :tudy|conference with the statenten: that “dangerous to public security” in] think ‘hydrogen’ blackmail will|Study."" When nothing happened | ee f ‘ 2
‘ep: “ e
i nuclear physies” had been com-|the election is.over and “we are|taids in the past two days accerd-jj;¢ more successful than atomic|lieut. Gen. Harrison proposed it} Oca y
t pleted. trying to get things in shape for |!™8 to Police Commandant Major | pjackmail.” ‘gsin on October 6. The Reds | usslans orm ee .
| These reports Have attracted{an early transition between the}/General Ahmed Hassan, Thev never answered the second letter: | e es | M. } ; Bl ‘ths
i ; t! i fatna 66 were picked up along with some The Lieut. Gen, said “it is inton- l a e Oc
secant official attention here be-| Administrations. 7 ‘ , | Ss erman IVISIONS |
cause little credence is placed on} He said one purpose of Tues-|Stolen property in raids in sibur- ARTIE'’S HEADLINE ecivable you should eontinue to} ‘
the suggestions that Russia is dis-|day’s meeting and one his} @n Zeitun Mataria, ueny prisoners of both sides the} | On 7 rial
posed to share any sort of atomic] present objectives is to let the|., Hassan’s announcement recalled MADAME GAZI simple and harmless benefits of PARIS. Nov. 20.
secrets with Red China. Officials} world know that this country has| the statement of General Moham- the exchange of parcels which T| formed 8 es said Russia, racing to keep ahead of
admitted that it is known that/a unified organization. He said he | ™€d Naguib in a speech last Mon- Fortune TELLER in propose.”—U.P. Informed sources saic aera SON oe er he Manager-Secretary of the
fissionable materials exist in Sin-| will try to meet again wit) Mr,|4@y that he would no longer toler- growing Western strength in Europe has formed three Housing Board, Mr. T. ©. Lashley,
kiang province. —U.P. Eisenhower before January 20 if} até agitators and rurnour mongers Kast German divisions equipped with artillery and 700] pas been experimenting in build-
the President-elect desir An official spokesman said Genera! 66 ” tanks to back her 22 Red Army. Divisions based in the Ger-|ing blocks made chielly of materi-
: Naguib was only expressing sar- omrade P| oman People’s Republic als which can be obtuinesd
p h Not Party Head casm when he threatened to re- locally. Mr. Lashley has bwilt a
Mr. Eisen ower Mr, Truman said he will con-|sign the Premiership in the same Y. 9 The three divisions were ‘ormed PY sia . wall of these experimental blocks
‘ - tinue to liave influence in the | speech. ou re j jburriedly recently from cadets Cor onation at his home in Beckles Road and
‘ Democratic Party but he indicated He said Gen. Naguib is cofivine- | originally planned for a possible > ° is keeping it under observation.
; ; | y j Y
that Governor Adlai Stevenson|ed of his mission toward his VIENNA, Nov. 20. | twenty-four and are reinforeed Sub-Commiltees : woke “a
Mr. Dulles would be the Party’s head, Helcountry and was only deriding Budapest artment stores | With Russian officers at each ; He is Sapectnntnitg, : ieee
t i added it's too soon to give his ideas|former Government officials who have forgotten their proper place | !evél of command. Formed Sy pee SF eaeee: *- 1. eatin
om the main factors ‘se |Rad offered Egypt -othing but cor- | in the Hi ian People’s Demo-| The Divisions are believed to jand clay. 2, cement, sang ‘and
for the Republican, Yiwgy., 4°) mention and ruin. —ULP. * “\eracy, the Hufigarian Communist | Comprise a 47,000 strong army| . The St, Lucy Coronation Com-jelay. 3. edlas, sand and a im
sald he Will be ready ‘te answer tila ; jpaper Bsti reported. Smart shops |¢oTps with headquarters at Pase-|;nittee met yesterday. On thef{the proportion ws oe wn ot
to Korea conferred today with| ‘at question in about six menths, i | it Said have begun selling top hats, W#IK. Russian officers reinforce-| notion of Mr, J, EB. 1, Branck.y, ane. om six sand anc
cial The President added he will not ;canes, monocles an ther items|ment has been increased frem|sub-Committees were formed,|/eig = y.
Mr, John Foster Dulles one of the ; , d other item | aes Mr. Lashle ave ‘thet. She
top Republican experts on Far|¢ "eady to announce his future oie e ets | intended for “gentlemen”. some half dozen per division to;The sub-Committees are to look] Mr. Las ley say’ hat - the
Eastern policy. Mr. Dulles, archi-| Plams until January 21—the day | nearly 350 or one for each level/after games and sports, decora- mixtures are holding w ell and
tect of the g ben eace treet after he turns over the White } Furthermore the paper com-|of officer command down to the|tions and illuminations distribu-jeven if it is felt to be a risk te
bndlud i. ttn th és ; 1081 House to Mr. Eisenhower. ew ecor } plained that salesmen in stores jevel of platoons, ‘ion of refreshment and charity}Use them at this early stage for
ee i are rae ti 4 ma tl He said that he will have neither a mane ane | habitually address customers as The East German divisions are,to the poor; musical and othe: building houses, they can be
oe inn ot, eae ae nore an apartment nor an office in THERMAL, California , Sir’ and “your excellene¢y” in- equipped with some 700 Russian'entertainment, and finance. tried for guard walls, etc, He
M Duties’ isit mae sey th Manke Washington.—U.P. 7 Nov. 20. | . | stead of “comrade”, T 34 tanks and about 150 forme r) Mr E. E, Barnett, Mr. Roy foresees a future for these mi
me S visit comes in the ie A Sabre Jet interceptor plane | ity ores ; Personnel of stores were warned German artillery pieces, Although;Ward, the Churchwarden and | tures and — the decrease in the
of the meeting yesterday between floshed over a Abiiile tabensred | that they would be fired if they |their armament. is lighter than Mr. F. H, Corbin are respectively | cost of building houses in Barba-
cue Whey meatier of tana. Reformatory course here to-day at a speed of | Decorate persist in these capitalistic habits. standard Red Army Divisions|responsible for summoning the) aos.

delegation to the U.N. who is)
slated to become Chairman of the
Senate Foreign Relations Commit-
tee in the next Congress.

After their meeting Mr. Wiley
said that Mr. Eisenhower assured
him he was completely behind the
principles of the U.N. afd was in

Boys Riot |

VIENNA, Nov. 20. |
About 100 youths with sticks, |
lead pipes and broken furniture}

last night fought 200 police in al

nearly 700 miles an hour which |
Air Force and North American |
Aviation Company officials
claimed is a new world’s record. |

The 86D interceptor was |
pitoted by Captain John Slade |
Nash on the course near Salton
a in the upper Imperial Valley. |
The Sabre jet made the run with

«

| i f “4 - : . > rQ
full agreement with the current | "¢Volt in a reformators near here] fut) rocket armament and was
U.S. policy opposing forcible re-|Which police believe was in-|timed by electrical timers who
patriation of Communist prison- |8Pired by recent American prison estimated Capt. Nash had ex-

|riots, Nineteen boys were

ers in Korea. |and 50 arrested. Police ann

, ounced
The repatriation issue |

avas re-

injured |

ceeded the old record of 670.891
miles per hour.

: jtoday that one policeman was} Capt Nash flew the plane at an
sponsible for the ~~ y he badly wounded in his hand and gititude of only about 100 feet
negotiations between nae ty |Beveral others slightly injured.. !cver the course. part of which
Communist officials in Korea. It —U.P. crosses Salton Sea —U-P.
was believed that Mr. Dulles and .

Mr. Eisenhower discussed not
only Korea but touched on other
world trouble spots including Iran
on which the President-elect was
briefed during the White House
conference with Mr. Truman and
his: Cabinet Tuesday.

Mr. Eisenhower will get another
top secret briefing on military and
diplomatic affairs tomorrow—
possibly his last before leaving for
Korea. Senator Henry Cabot Lodge
Junior, Mr. Eisenhower's Liaison
man with the -mtgoing Adninis-



Fourteen Communists
On Trial For Treason

VIENNA, Nov. 20.

Rudolf Slansky once the Kremlin’s top man in Commu-
nist Czechoslovakia and 13 of his “accomplices” went on
trial today in Prague charged with treason and espionage”,
Chief among those named as Slansky’s aides in an alleged
plot to overthrow the regime

he helped to build was Vlad- |

imir Clementis former Foreign Secretary.
” @ On eae ec Others were Bedrich Geomider
QUEEN IN TRIBUTE TO WAR DEAD former Deputy Secretary General
a of the Party and reputedly the!
Soul 5 7 sim i frey eminence” of Czech Com-
5 7 fa y Py munists, Lieut-General Bedrich



QUEEN ELIZABETH I! piaces a wreath at the base of London’s War Me-

morial during the annual remembrance y ceremonie
looked on as the Queen, wearing a black t t :
in salute at the end of the services. (l r il Radiophoto)

Reicin, former Deputy Minister of
Defence and Chief of Intelligence,
Arthur London and Vavro Hajdu
former Deputy Foreign Ministers,

cast by Prague Radio at 6.00 <

%|G.M.T



UNESCO Will Meet
liz Monte-Video



PARIS, Nov. 20.
UNES.C.O. agreed to accept
Uruguay invitation hold the
xt meeting in 1954 at Monte-
Video despite the objection hat
would cost double
ession +e ‘ :
. er
—UP



Show Windows

With Christmas just over a

|month off, city stores have begun

lo decorate their show windows
and to display their Christmas
goods.

Toys of every description to suit
children of all ages are on display
and during the week, parents and
children have been inspecting the
various showcases making early
selections,

Some people have begun their
Christmas shopping already, and
in some of the stores, clerks have
reported that sales are gradually
increasing, They anticipate a
more rapid increase during next
week and the first week in Decem-
ber, with sales reaching their peak
during the weeks immediately be-
fore Christmas.

In addition ta local shoppers,
ity stores are looking forwatd to
a continuation of the trade with
visitors from Venezuela who come
to Barbados for the Christmas and
New Year holidays.

Iran Will Soon
Go Communist





HAROLD GUARD
LONDON, Noy, 20.

By

Diplomatic sources said Turkish

officials believe that Iran will go

pect and is pressing for :

t coup in Tram but Mr. Eden made

jit clear that Britain had resolyed

j against any action in unless

« Communist coup there was aided
force U.P.



by Seviet arme



Atoms For Peace

WASHINGTON, Nov. 20







President Truman predicted ;

| Wednesday r I the im-
force of tomic energy

be turned to “peaceful

es” withir nother genera-

M Tr nade the pre-

ture from the

made U.P

|

jloss a

—UP.



First Passenger
Flight Over Pole

COPENHAGEN, Nov, 20.

A Seandinavian Airways Sys-|
tem Viking plane which made}
the first passenger airline flight |
across the North pole was re-|
ported to have arrived at Thule, |
Greenland at 8.20 a.m, G.M.T.

The report was received by the
airline in Copenhagen from
Lyngby Radio here which picked |
it up from the plane’s own radio |
sender while the plane was still



circling over Thule United States

airbase in Greenland.

The Viking plane thus had
completed the second leg of its
Arctic flight from Los Angeles to
Copenhagen, According to sched-
ule the plane would stay at
Thule for two hours before it
tarted the last stretch to Copen-

hager,
—UP.

10 Die, 100 Hurt
In Train Crash

MADRID, Spain, Nov. 20.

Madrid-Seville express
its tracks near here to-
ay killing ten and injuring over
100 others. Five of the injured
ere so badly burt they are not
live, Fifteen others



The

jumped

expected to





Bourne and Miss Jean Clarke of
the Probation Office.

Schooner Burnt

The British Guiana — Barbados
hooner run suffered a great
few weeks ago when the
schooner Tomothy A. H. Van-
siuytman owned by Captain Basil
Stoll, caught fire and was com-
letely destroyed .in Trinidad.
[t is understood that at the time

of the fire, Captain Stoll’s wife
id several other persons were
the vessel, but no one

| De Linares and his aide suffered



their equipment is similar to that! first
being used by North Korean and
Chinese Communist forces against!
the United Nations in Korea. The!

four sub-Committees



|

three divisions were formed) ,/he St. Michael-South Local | Montserrat Floods
from cadéts of Communist police, 4580ciation will hold a special |

forces which had been under!GCneral meeting tonight at 8 (From Our Own Correspondent
Soviet type military training for|0'cleck at Scout Headquarters, | ANTIGUA, Nov, 20

| Beckles Road,

| included on the Agenda
—UP presentation of Warrants,
"| tien of bye-laws and a sket
pom

two years as potential cadets for
a full 24 divisions

No lives were lost in Montserra
are,|floods and landslides; greates
adop-|damage was in Kingsale srea.

ch by |Hstimated damage to government
‘is $40.000



French Officers In

Plane Accidents

HANOI, Nov. 20.

General Gonzales De Linares
Commander-in-Chief of the Tong-
king front was slightly injured
Wednesday in one of a series of
air accidents involving several
bigh ranking officers of the
French Expeditionary corps

French Command said General

4



| “slight injuries” when their light

plane was forced to make an , ‘ eat pcos
jemergency landing at an un- CHRISTMAS time's visiting
specified spot behind French-

| lines in the Vietminh area off time, and of courses.. time
Hanoi,

No further details on the mishap
) were available,
The second light plane also in-

for wine! A carefree atmos-

sp 2ct y » be > are: and

os tryin Ganera! Alara Cniet ‘of phere, the cheerful exchange
Staff of General Raoul Salan

Fiench Commander-in-Chief in of Greetings and Good Wish-
jindo-China, managed to reach

Hanoi after one of its two engines







¢ . te a1 > | fafle es and merry toasts made
Rudolf Margolius and Evzen Loe- gy 6 A apetes Ben cer, Sher ere on the critical list at the PO ae bata alah ints tar ich é y ,
|ber, Deputy Minister of Foreign | ‘N° oe Bs : pital. Three of the coaches of top ranking eng roams i ki
F ade 4 i . he § t SS T= | 5 ' . : 5 bi P i ark i
; ores a Ferja, former and determined measures” to meet |‘"@ Southbound express over |Golonel Rene Gracieux, Assistant merrier with a sparkling
h wconomic Adviser to Presi- | urned, The accident is believed | >" ah : - Sate
dent Klement Gottwald and | the possible spread of Soviet in- ‘o Have been caused ty a break | Ghict of ee of |General ee ' t KWYV.N 3
aa ; fluence there. Fd 3 re ¢ircled over Hanoi airdrome for glass o -W.V. No time,
| $igner of the Five Year Plan, | in the rail line. Up. over half an. hour with the land
| Joseph 3 Frank, Deputy General! ‘They said the ‘Turkish view was | ine wheels tightly jammed, They m ,
apd Otto Sling, former Party strongly put to the British Gov FOR TRAINING COURSE | finally managed ‘to get th either, to let your K.W.V. get
Chief in oN “4 oo * ernment last month when the jWheels out and made a_ safe}
\'so taking the stand in the Turkish Prime Minister and For- A six-months’ Trainin ‘ours. ling , i
i sae oe nis six- g Course ; landing | ‘ hi , .
court mre of Ingrim Pankracleign Minister visited London in Socidl Welfate Wotk is to be | —uU.P. | down: so while you're with
) Repay a, ore . © 8) British Ministers were said 6) held in Jamaica’ from the 18th of | }
meee! Svab, former Security}have “frankly discussed” with | 7. nuary 1y53 until the i8th of| us check your list for:—
the stneial 2 veka writer forl!Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden | july, it is understood that fout ;
| Rude Prev, and oe. picWsPaper| and Defence Minister Lord Alex-|Barbadians will be attending the! Fishing boat Resterer, own: - .
Rude Pravo and Otto Fisl, former}ander the weakness of Turkey's | Course, I by Hamblin MacClean, overturn- ® PAARL TAWNY
Beary od to East Germany. right flank They are Mr. O. Weekes and’ ed and sank off Bathsheba on|
ne iong-awalted trial came] They said Turkey is reported to| Miss M. Blackman of the Social Wocdnesday evening a bou . . y , .
Unexpectedly with a one line], willing to assist in any meas-| Welfare Office, and Mr. B. o'clock. Her crew. Mich el ¢ ® OGLOROSA SHERRY
government announcment broad-| yres t ken to forestall a Commun-

ond Sherland
ed

Mayers
another

pick-!

‘#2 * WEMMERSCHOEK No.

ip by

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| mily
| brings

j Win

for ou K.W.Y
their T.me
Shopping G

hoppin
Christmas and
Follow these
in tht

pee
for
wide to
duritty

New
appear.

space

easier
When
to

the Vansluytman first!

Year
Barbados °

nees regularly

came
pered

years

he wa kit

by

her owner, A few



ucceeded
his son
received early trainin
Captain
board the motor
Wood. At the time

cident the ve

20

| FISHING BOAT SINKS
v over the holiday period
Fe u

of another pt










Congratulations
ONGRATULATIONS to Mr
George G. Page, B.Sc. (N.Z.)

aad Miss. Jean H. Glass on their
marriage which will take place at
on December 23 within
Kirk of the Greyfriars, Scot-

12 noon
the
land

Mr
Br dadier
D.S.O.,

Page is theeyounger son of
E. K. Page, C.B.E.,
M.C., and Mrs
Fadlett, Herts, and a grandson of }
Mrs. A. M. Arthur of Yorkshire,
Christ Church, while his fiancée is
the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A.
A. Glass of Edinburgh

PAGE TWO
Wi TULL, the = tish Gui-
J recently P= sil
Barbado ha
ng succe An- |
guisied pat-
G or and Lady
t i t zed a Song R i
r St, J h’s Conven;, Hall |
mber 7. His ac- |
‘ oCcci io was |
r beth unwright for- '
Bist High School,
E Giiana,. and now Head-
of t Antigua Girls’
Sel 4 .
M fortunate in meet-
usician, Mr,





Govern-
itigua, who
erial mat-



zhi. the good offices
Tucker of the Brit-
that Mr, Tull met Mr.
and had other ar-
made ahead of time.

Acting C.J.
Mr

H* HONOUR 1
Chesoty, Puisne

Chief
during the
1 Collymore
Allan left on Wednesday for
where he will preside
‘ a sitting of the West Indian
Court of Appeal.

Mr. Chenery

Justice
Judge, is
Justice of the
absence of Sir



Island

Sir
Grenada

will combine the







utic fof Acting Chief Justice
th h ubstantive duties in the
or judicial office.
On Holiday

A tIVING here last week by
..C.A. from Canada was Mr.
R J. Heggie of the Flight Spree
tior Department of T.C.A. it
Montreal. He has come over for a
iday and is a guest at Cacra-
Hotel. ,
Heggie said that his first
impressidns of the island were
very good and added that he had
visited some of the beauty spots
and hoped to see more of the
island before returning to Canada.
Originally from Vancouver, he
has been residing in Montreal for
the past four and a half years





ét Depends On Circus

UST how large and represen-
tative a golf team Barbados
will send to Trinidad in Febrpary
to defend the MacIntyre Merfori-
al Cup, against the St, Andrew's
players, will depend on how big
success is the Circus to be pro-
duced at Paradise Beach on Sat-
urday night, December 6th. The



last time a Barbados team went
to T.inidad, travelling expenses
were raised at a wild west show
put on at the Crane, which wag
Buch a success that twelve men
and four ladies were taken along

to represent this Island. Captain
Jack Egan and Commander N. G.
Daysh, who is in charge of the
production, are confident that the
Cireus will support an equal num-
ber of delegates next February.

BY THE

“NHE considerable opposition
to the construction in Bolivia
of a tin-smelting plant is justi-
fied by fear of unemployment
among smelters other coun-
trie
But there is
point that
ide and

i
unte



in

the additional
Bolivian ore is low=
difficult to treat, and
Unesco is prepared to pay
for the project with money col-
lected for its 750,000-acre Cul-
tural City in Montana it is not
see where the money will
ne from, There must be no
n of the Camargue fiasco,
resulted in the discovery
there no tin in the
and that only large
of dirt were being
ted tou a useless smeltinge
Briancon,

Marginal note

ci y to

epellu

ich
was
Camargue,
quant
transpor
plant at

itles

far the funniest sentence in

ae Miss Bankhead’s auto-

} raphy is ‘one in which she

1 a man’s name is suppressed
“Por .considerations of taste, a

The menace of music
| NDUSTRIAL psychotherapeu-





tagogues have had a lot of
say about the benefits of music
in factories and its power to
speed the work by making the
worker contented. This doctrine
is now being challenged. It has
been ascertained that “Some
worke drop think while they
c their hands in time to the
tune, and hit things in time with
the rhythem.” It is easy to un-
derstand that a man who beats
time with an enormous hammer
on a ,delicate morsel of ma-
chinery is not helping output—
whatever he’s doing for music.
Moreoyer, it will not be long be-
fore flighty girls at a trivet-
welder begin to shake their
shoulders and jiggle their feet,



FLOWERED LINEN
RAYON CREPES

FLOWERED BEMBERGE SHEERS
FLOWERED CREPES
HAND BAGS (in all Colours)

TOYS &



MR. JOHN TULL

St. Patricks Fair Raffle
or Radio Gramophone Pick-
Up which was raffled in ui

of the Ice Cream Stall, for the St.
Patrick’s School Fair, was won by

Mrs. Jean Williams of Airy Hili
St. George.
oT *” *

‘oe will be some attractive
prizes .for the winners of

the Fancy Dress Costume Parade
at Woodside on Saturday, Decem-
ber 6th, when a Fair in aid of

charity will be held. The children
taking part in the parade will be

divided into age groups for the
sompetition
From Woodbridge

cor E. W. BROOKFIELD

and Mrs, Brookfield are at
present’in the island on about six
months’ holiday. They are staying
at Maresol Beach Flats.

Col. Brookfield, who arrived
two weeks ago, lives at Wood-
bridge, a small village near To-
ronto. His wife arrived yesterday
morning.

He retired from the Army in
1946 and is at present in business.
Returned Home
M*: and Mrs. Frank Barnard,

of St. Lucia, who were ar-
rivals from England by Dutch §.S.
Cottica left by B.W.LA. for St
Lucia _on Wednesday, 19th inst.

Leaving Tomorrow

MM": and Mrs. J. Frank Dun
leavy of Boston, Massachu-
setts, expect to return home by
the Lady Redney to-morrow afte
a very enjoyable holiday in the
island, They came down on the
ship on its last voyage from Cana~
da and stopped off here for their
first holiday visit instead of going
up to British Guiana as they did
on two previous occasions,

Mr. Dunleavy is President of
the Dunleavy Co, in Waltham,
Massachusetts.

WAY ....

An outbreak of dancing would
spread quickly, and would re-
duce the whole factory to a dance
hall,

It is necessary, in writing of
a musical. performance, to, employ
tthe language of musical criticism.

(Musie critic.)

Twenty Years of Uproar

O° course, You must not
write : “Having banged
about the keyboard like a
drunken sailor, he brought one
hand down with a fearful whack
which seemed to shake the
paltry instrument, Then, like a
fisherman tickling a fat trout, he
coaxed a_ recalcitrant note or
two with a bent finger. Then atv
it again, with all the weight of
his shoulders behind her punches,
slog, slog, slog. Never did ivory
take such punishment, Slam,
slam, slam, right to the bitter
end, which came suddenly with
a chord that crashed like an
oak-tree uprooted in a storm.”
* * *

N article in the British Medi-

cal Journal about the search

for new types of food reveals that

“Insects as items in the human diet

have recently been discussed in a

scholarly treatise by Bodenheimer,

Insects as Human Food (W. Junk,
The Hague),”

But I am glad to note that the
desire to eat grass “has originated
mainly in the minds of scientists.”
Entomophagi will have to decide
whether tinned insects contain as
much starch and diachrose H as
fresh insects, how long a frozen
gnat will keep its nutritive juices

and whether hornet pie is an
energiser,
My dream comes true

HERE follows a picture of the

food factories of the future.
There will be “sunlit troughs”
filled with “inorganic nutrients

WHITE HAND BAGS (for all occasions) ....

Also
TO
Also

SWEETS

SHOES MATCH



T. R. EVANS (WHITFIELDS)

YOUR SHOE STORE

Phone: 4220

For The Winter
MoM and Mrs. R. L. Ellis, of
Muntreal, Canada, who had
been holidaying here for the past
five weeks as guests at the Ocean
View Hotel, will be remaining un-
til March to spend the winter.
This is their first visit to the
island and they are enjoying it
very much. They have covered
practically the. entire island and
think it a very beautiful spot.
Mr. Ellis, a retired banker, said
that some years ago he was one of
he Managers of the Royal Bank
of Canada in New York, He has
visited Jamaica before, but likes it
better here.

First Impressions Good
R. VAUGHAN H. McCORD
from Montreal, Canada, who

arrived by T.C.A. yesterday
morning, said that his first im-
pressions of the island are very
good. The people are friendly and
courteous and try to make one
feel at home. He has already spent
some hours on the beach which
he likes in addition to the sea
bathing, and thinks Barbados an
ideal spot for a holiday,

Mr. McCord is employed) with
T.C.A,. in the Traffic Department
in Montreal and will be here for
about two weeks as a guest at

Cacrabank Hotel.

First Visit
AYING his first visit to Barba-

dos is Mr. R. H. Cook, pro-
prietor of the Durham Tobacco

Plantations in Ontario, He came}

in by T.C.A, yesterday morning
from Montreal and will be re-
maining for’ three weeks’ as a
guest at the Ocean View Hotel

He told Carib that when he left
home, the weather was just be-
ginning to cool and will not get
really cold until December. He,
Howaver, liked. the qhange of
weather in Barbados which was
very refreshing. His family ex-
pect to come out here early next
year and he was sure they were
going to like it.

For The Winter
NAR. E. O'BRIEN, a Company
1 Director of Bournemouth,
Englang and Mrs, O’Brien are now

in Barbados for the winter. They
arrived here on Saturday by the
S.S. Golfito and are guests at the
Marine Hote:.

Mr. O’Brien has come Over
the interest of his health,

in



BY BEACHCOMBER

and carbon dioxide gas.”

boilers fired with chorella

for the manufacture of proteins,
fats, carbohydrates, and vitamins.”

The happy diners in restaurants
will send their complaints to the
head-chemist as one delicious dish
I have so long
been a champion of chemical food
that the least I expect is to be
made a director of a firm which

succeeds another.

cans gelatinised bluebottles.
Planning News
PLANNING official contem-

plating a small and unpro-
gressive Bedfordshire village the

other day, is reported to have said:

“It would be better if the whole

place were wiped out.” The in- Fe orate Clubs and Five
habitants, with an _ ingratitude The latter eccepta the

typical of mere human btings who
love their homes, resent this piece
in-
quiry will probably reveal that the

of constructive thought, An
village has not the requisite num-
ber of television sets to justify its
continued existence. The planner
is pretty sure to clinch his argu-
ment by pointing out that we are
not living in the Middle Ages.

an passing

IREFLIES now cost 2s, 3d. per
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what makes them glow will have
to pay. I can save their money
for them, The firefly produces the
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on a windless night, The only
part of it that does not glow is
the dorsal amplex. Even the tibia
does its part. And it would take
174,983,681,291 fireflies to flood-
light the facade of Notting Hill
Gate Underground Station. This
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FOR FRIDAY,
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NOVEMBER 21, 1952

}
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which your
what your
the stars

MAROH 21 to APRIL 20 (Aries)—Aries
_ ehterprisin Zz push that instinct
clously to-day. Also submit to
direction. from others qualified to give
t. Be careful to avoid unpleasant
associates

APRIL
Covering as many
will insure faster,
throughout week, year
Originality of thought

to MAY % (Taurus)-
details as possible
better progress
Control desires

sponsored.

| MAY 71 to JUNE 2t (Gemini)—When

you are about to say it, take time to
word it so not to hurt and be mis-
understood. Mercury says watch that
dual personality.

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surp?.ses likely. Be ready to make
capital of changes and good suggestions
Be quick to fit in with reconversion



JULY M to AUGUST % (Leo)—Com-
ng from an’ inauspicious to a benefice ,
configuration your day should improve
ag it advances. But you can spoil good
prospects by over- playing your hand |

AUGUST 2% to SEPTEMBER 2% (Virgo)
Preview looks encouraging f you
show initiative and resolution. They can |
carry you through to top gains

SEPTEMBER “4 to OCTOBER 28
(Libra) “Eefote you start on job, review
the situation carefully, Don’t strain or

overestimate abilities.

OCTOBER %&
(Scorpio) Dont accept
able methods, take the honest, uphill
swing. Your planet now approaches a
fine aspect. Romance rates in its turn.
|

to NOVEMBER

any quest on-

NOVEMBER % to DECEMBER %!
(Sagittarius)—Start slowly enough to
think how best to make‘this day really |}
big. Increase tempo gradually. Results
| will prove very gratifying



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corn) —For every good and noble thought
and deed there is abundant reward
eventually. Have faith in yourself, and
; you won't go amiss.

|

to FEBRUARY 20
advantages for loans,
certain contracts. Personal affairs, plans,
industrial and constructions matters
have new hope. |

JANUARY
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»



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1952

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LONDON, Nov

11.

During the course of the Debate on the Address in the

House of Commons on Friday, Mr.

tary of the Imperial Affairs

Bernard Braine, Secre-
Committee made the following

remarks which are of interest to the West Indies:

He said: “Let the House consid-
er for a moment the work of the
Colonial Products Research Coun-

cil, Whose task is to review the
whole field of colonial production
and to advise what colonial raw
materials are likely to be of use
to industry. I have in mind one
particular case. Last year, it was
my. privilege to visit the West

Indies. 1 visited the Sugar Tech-
nological Laboratory set up in
Trinidad, where Professor Wiggins
of the Imperial College has been
engaged in research into the eco-
nomic uses of sugar by-product

He has already demonstrated
that cane-wax can be producec
from the residues left after the
process of sugar extraction suit-

able for industrial purpose
is of significance to this country
because at present we de » the
bulk of our industrial waxes trom
non-sterling area sources. Here
is a waste product in the British
West Indies, which if it can be de-
velopedi—I have not the slightest
doubt from what we now know
of the work of Professor Wiggins
that it can be developed—will un-
doubtedly add substantially to the
wealth of the British West Indies.

There is a tremendously wide
range of uses for sugar by-pro-
ducts; they can be used to produce
ertilisers, paper, even blood plas-
ma and building materials. Such
development would add = im-
measurably to the wealth of the
British Caribbean area, which has
been dependent for so long on a
few main crops for export and has



been, therefore, particularly sén-
sitive to fluctuations in world
trade.

Anti-Locust

Then there is the Anti-Locugt
Research Centre, which has been
operating together with the Na-
tional Institute of Agricultural
Engineering and other bodies in
perfecting techniques for controll-
ing locusts. There is the woy . on
insecticides of the Colonial I \sec-
ticide Research United at Porton,
the Imperial College Field Station
at Silwood Park and the Colonial

Insecticide Research Unit in East
Africa,

Substantial results have been
achieved in the battle aguins!

tsetse and mosquitoes—enemies of
man and beast. This House should

be proud of the fact that in recent

;years we have managed almost



completely to eradicate malaria as
a killing disease in Cyprus, British
Guiana and now Mauritius.

Then there are institutions fn
fast Africa, Northern Rhodesia
and Malaya which are finding out
ways and means of increasing the

fish diet of the colonial pecple.
The list of such agencies is im-
mense. Their work is yielding
substantial ‘results.

Cocoa
In Trinidad last year I saw
something of what had been

achieved as a result of the training
of agricultural specialists and th
r@seareh work done at the Imperi-
al College. It was possible on one
estate to s€e cocoa grown it
has been grown for the last 30
years, and then alongside it to
se@ the results of introduting new
disease resistant and higher yield-
ing strains.

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LONDON.



Colonial sterling balances in
London increased by £75 million
in the first half of this year and
now total £1,000 million. This
commercial debt, says the London
Evening Standard, in a leading
article will be “serupulously dis-
charged.”

The paper points out that in
achieving a surplus in its over-

seas payments during the first six

months of the year, Britain bene-
fited from the fine contribution
made by her Colonial Empire.

Britain is now a debtor to those
colonies to a total exceeding
£1,000 million. This *immense
sum is owed by a rich country,
Britain, to many comparatively
poor—although potentially rich—
countries for which she acts as
guardian, banker and _ trustee,
says the Standard. Britain has
bought from them on easy credit
terms a thousand million pounds
worth of goods in excess of what
she has sold,

The Standard leader continues,
“Could there be a more spec-
tacular demonstration of the
practical ‘value of the mighty
commercial structure known as
the Sterling Area? And could
there be a more convincing proof
of the productive capacity of the
Colonial Empire?

“Here is an immense financial
liability which causes us no
financial embarrassment, which
indeed stands between us and

grave financial crisis. And here is
an outpouring of material re-
sources by colonies which have
been neglected through the years,

yet are able and willing at the
end of these years to supply
£1,000,000,000 of their goods

without exacting immediate pay-
ment,

“This is what
pire is worth to
hard cash. It is also a summons
to constructive action by those
who now realise how shameful
and foolish were the long years
of neglect. For if the neglected
mpire can afford to let Britain
ve a loan of £1,000,000,000 in

the British. Em-
us in terms of

raw materials, what might have
been the contribution of a de-
veloped Empire-

“Certainly, Britain must look

with pride and gratitude on the
thousand‘ millions’ Wability, But
She cainot’ regard it with satis-
faction,

—L.E.S.

U.S. Will Pay
More Attention
To Far East



TOKYO.
The United States will concen-
trate her attention more on the
Far East and less on Europe as
a result of Eisenhower's election
victory, Tokyo believes today,
And the possible appointment

of John Foster Dulles, architect of
the Japanese peace treaty, to the

post of Secretary of State, would
underline this attitude it is
thought,

That may not mean more dol-
lars for Japan, because the new
administration will probably be
less syrmathetic than the Truman
regime . appeals for economic
aid, But Japanese industrialists

think they will now win Repub-
lican support for their tradg ex-

pansion plans, particularly in
Scuth-East Asia,
“Trade not aid” is the ready-

made slogan. It will be coupled
with appeals for pressure against
British interests in competition
with the Japanese drive.

Further, the new administra.
|; tion is expected to urge speedier
| Japanese r@armament. Premier
Yoshida will be “advised’’ to get
busy expanding his skeleton army,
})navy and air force,
| Only one thing causes uneasi-
| ness Eisenhower's promise to
j\)eplace American. front-line
troops in Korea With Koreans.
This has been generally misinter-
| preted in Tokyo as a move to-
wards scaling down the Korean
|war effort, from which Japan is
arning millions of precioug dol-

Le

' However,
| Bisenhowert"’
| Korea and



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ferthcoming visit t
» what can be done
labout enc the conflict.’ Suc-
| cessive trips by ministers and
| chiefs of staff have provided am-





| ple information for the General
to study at his leisure in Wash
ington. —L.E.S.





BARBADOS

Colonial Research
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Wins In icine



MARSHAL Alexander Papagos,
leader of the Rightist Greek Rally,

Another
‘Military’
Victory

By PHIL NEWSOM
NEW YORK, Nov, 20
Another military man won wu

important election this week.

He is 69-year-old Field Marshal
Alexander Papagos of Greece,
scourge of Greek Communists,
twice hero of Greece and staunch
friend of the United States,

To this veteran of battlefields,
the Greeks have now turned in
their hope for their first stable
government since the end of
World War II and an end to ruin-
ous inflation and unemployment,

Papagos’ Greek Rally Party
which is only little more than a
year old won approximately 240
out of 300 Seats in the Greek
Parliament and polled more votes
than the Progressive and Libera:
Coalition and Leftwingers com-
bined.

Gen. Papagos faces a great task,

Economically Greece's situation
could hardly be worse. Approxim-
ately 40 per cent, of her meagre
income goes into armament, She
imports more than tive times the
amount she is able to export and

actually has been able to exist
only through U.S. help. But that
American help in turn has been

reduced because as Greek economy
sank lower and lower Greeks
were unable to carry their share
of the burden. Inflation, black-
markets and unemployment have
flourished.

United States aid now, however,
may be increased. Papagos is the
type to appeal to the U.S, business-
man, He knows he needs help but
has been a constant critic of in-
efficiency in previous Greek Gov-
ernmments and he believes the
Greeks must not come to rely
wholly and forever on U.S. help.

—U.P.

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MRS. JACQUELINE AURIOL, daugh-
ter-in-law of French President
Vincent Auriol, has a smile for
cameramen on her arrival at Idle-
wild Airport, New York, ‘after a
flight from Paris. Mrs, Auriol
one of the world’s leading women
fliers, is in the U. S, to receive :
decoration from President Tru-
man for her air achievement:



MAIL NOTICES

Mails for British Guinan:
Philip H. Davidson will
the General Post Office as Under

Parcel Mail and Registered Mall
S30 a.m Ordinary Mail at 9 ar
Saturday, 22nd November, 1952

a by Sct
be closed

the

Mails for St. Lucia by the Sch. Marea
Henrietta will be closed at the Geners
Post Office as under

Parcel Mail and Registered Mail at
€.30 a.m. Ordinary Mail at 9 a.m
Saturday, 22nd November, 1952

ADVOCATE

Progressing

Big BAW. Sugar

Increase Coming

With a big expansion in sugar production forecast for |
and British Guiana this
Britain’s Caribbean colonies will consolidate their position |

the British West Indies

as the leading sugar produce

Dr. Nkrumah
Asks People’s
Opinion

Dr. Minister of the Gold Coast, has
asked chiefs and people to give his

vs of the Commonwealth.

The first forecast of a ot =f
53 ison, made by Messrs. a
Czarnikow, Lid. the oan
Sugar-broke estimates the |
season’s production at 250,000
ions in British Guiana and 685,000



on

PAGE THREE

_

LONDON

season,



in the British West Indies.
This total production of
935,000 tons in the Caribbean

To sharpen

coteuise gives then a clesr appetite there is nothing like
the largest producer, where

1952-53 production is forecast
at 900,000 tons.

Colmans Mustard





government their views on certain _ British Guiana and the British
Proposed constitutional changes by West Indies have made more
the end of March. eady and spectacular progress
Dr, Nkrumah’s statement follows (1 expanding their sugar output
the talks which he had in the Gold than any other p of the Com
‘oast last summer with Colonial onwealth
Secretary, Oliver Lyttelton. It was From a crop of only 499,000 | Agents: T. 8. GARRAWAY & CO. Rridectown
then agreed that proposals for self- ton in 1939—40, they have ee a ee ee -
government within the Common- pushed steadily forward in the
we eee be 2 hergi by the post-war years. Thei; 1951—62
oO oast government after con- “cor 2 » Czarnikow
sultation with the chiefs and the rik thay non By I gn in
p . seLcei eae ans f , ws :
people, for disc ussion between the British Guiana and 661,000 tons
United Kingdom and the Gold ae! : ies |
Coast governments. in the British West Indies
Dr, Nkrumah has now put for- Out of the 1951 oe UP,
ward a number of points, One is almost three-quarters has been
the position of the three ex officio Sent to Britain, or is being sent.
members-—-Eurc peans—at present During the first nine months of
holding the portfolios of Defence this year, Board of Trade re-
and External Affairs, Finance, and turns show, the United Kingdom
Justice; and whether all or any of imported 448,970 tons of West
these should be replaced by repre- Indian sugar. If this rate is
sentative African ministers. maintained until the end of the
year, it will bring total 1952
Defence sugar exports to Britain from

If a representative minister were
to replace the ex officio Minister
of Defence and External Affairs,
this would imply that the Gold
Coast would have to take over im-
mediately full responsibility for
her own defence, the main burden
of which is now borne by the
forces of the Commonwealth. The
Gold Coast would also have to be-
sentation as regards trade in for-
eign countries.

her changes suggested were
full authority for the Prime Min-
ister to appoint or remove cabinet

ministers and assign their port-
folios, in line with British prac-
tice. Chiefs and people would

have to say whether any electoral
changes were needed, anal, if so,
the powers and composition of each
chamber of the legislature would
have to be considered,

The extent of Africanization of
the Gold Coast Civil Service was
also a matter for consideration
Other points related to the effect
on the civil service—particularly
on expatriate officers and on fu-
ture recruitment—of any change
in existing safeguards,

The Gold Coast executive now,
as a result of the constitutional
advances of 1950, consists of a
cabinet of 12 presided over by the
Governor, with Dr, Nkrumah as
Prime Minister and an unofficial
majority of eight Africans.



Dope-runners
Arrested

”
HONG KONG.

Police have smashed an inter-

national dope-running gang which

has been sending heroin and other

drugs into the United States con-
eealed in firecrackers and cigar-
ettes,

Two police agents worked their
vay into the dope ring and gained |
their confidence by posing as air- |
line workers who could facilitate |
the transit of the drugs,

They started work early in Sep-
tember, following the arrest of |
Chinese in San Francisco and re- |
ceipt of information from the!
United States consular authorities,

Then, on October 30 their police
rnided a Hong Kong hotel. There
they caught a Chinese man with |
dozens of packages of firecrac kers |
and tins of cigarettes in which |
drugs were ingeniously concealed,

Later, at his home, the police |
seized more dope
The man, David Chan, who |

pleaded guilty of being in posses- |
sion of dangerous drugs was fined

the equivalent of £300 or six}
months’ imprisonment. !
He was, tiowever, described as |

“a mere stooge” by the police, who
have since made several more ar-
rests.



RATES OF EXCHANGE





the
600,000 tons,

I

roducer

pr

Ww

year
comparatively
720,000
come responsible for direct repre- tons of sugar
the

year,

Commonwealth

still

476,000 tons and is sending
one-third

\

Car

sritish Guiana
nly
vhich have
vxports to

t
f

lies have
ip
lies from other

fc

export
year
Commonwealth
th
this
are



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NOVEMBER 20, 1952
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Banke 70 6/10°
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4/10% pr. Currency 1/10% 4
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Demand Draft
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i Cable
0% pr, Currenc 72 7/10
Coupons 12% pr
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‘(International Power:
Another Peak In 1952

The operations of International
Power Company Limited in
Venezuela, the Republic of Sal-
vador, British Gwana, Bolivia, and
with a ubstanitial interest
Monterey Railway, Light & Power
of Mexico—continue to result

n new all-time peaks in gross and
net ear

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nings, and the year 1952, we
are informed, will prove no ex-
ception t what has proved a
rule” fo number of years past
For gross earnings of subsidiaries
je from $6,233,267 to higher
levels in 1949 and 1950 and by
$3,800,000 or over 60% to a new
level of $10,052,842 in 1951, while
t profits in the me period were
p from $2,051,498 53,494,837
r tance the of
1951 ov 1950 were a





in the preceding years.

For 1951, net on the common wa
$16.22, up from $12.65 in 1950
An interesting ire of the year
1951 and 1952 was a distributior
which lifted the return to share
holders very substantially from the
modest regular dividen yment



This took the form of distribution
under Section 95A of the Income
Tax Act of an amount equal to $43

per share of Common in the forn
of new tax-free 54%% preferred
shares, $8,415,100 in all, Of thi
total, $1,415,000 was purchased and
cancelled during the year Ar-
ungements were made this year
fo the purchase of $2,600,000
dditional

Steady progress is made year by

year in increasing the “power”
‘apacity of the company to meet
growing demands from the v
eas for which service

the power coming f
all hydro-electric plants, but
largely from oil or gas. During the
ome $2,800,000 wa

sriou



ed om some







|

|

is provid- |

account and 4a
will be util

ized in the total for |
levelopments in the past 6 year

around $10,000,000





The common stock of 195,610
hares has proved exceptionally
trong in the past two years, mov-|
Zz up from around 46 when it
‘ex” on the $42 distribution |
c yying up to a 1952 rar
3144,—5614 with f ]
last week at 68



Caribbean colonies to some

No Commonwealth sugar
sent such a high
its crop to the
Australia,
this

other
has
of
Kingdom.
conditions
the crop to the
poor figure of
sent only 20,3874
to Britain during
nine months of this

oportion
nited
here drought
reduced

tons,
first

Mauritius, one of the

sources
1951-52

leading |
of sugar |
crop of
about
to Britain, None
recorded as having come this
from South Africa.

British West Indies and
are therefore the
Commonwealth producers
increased their sugar
the United Kingdom
year. Their remarkable
Torts to maintain Britain’s sup-
almost entirely made
serious losses of sup-
sources,

Greatly improved, too, is the
British West Indies’ position
by comparison with Cuba
among the important suppliers
of U.K. sugar. While U.K. im- |
ports of sugar from the Brit-

ipply, had

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ish West Indies and British
Guiana increased from 312,014
tons to 448,970 tons in the first
nine months of this year, im-
ports of Cuba dropped back
from 778,814 tons to 451,159
tons.

While the







British West Indies

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TRADE

THIS n th a aad ‘ MR, BDEN-is angry. He bitterly evidence from the Nuremberg trial = ss = SS
P oe i ith, as everyone knows, the | yosents the comments on Sir boat ify Charles Wintour that at the start of the war two foreign fears of a cut in the American aid

rime Ministers of the Commonwealth liam Strang’s régime at the For- suitcases full of documents from ‘ , NGOL
are meeting i a, for lk ‘ eign Office published two week No Names the British Embassy in Rome were which poured - ander President Tramas's In ROLLS 6 Feet and 9 Feet Wide
. leeling in London to formulate a | 450, MR. EDEN quickly told the for sale on the Italian black} Democratic administration, , one ok ae a
plan which will expand world trade and House: “It really was not my market. The documents were un- His cards go on the table in January for UR LENGT

so lessen the possibilities of friction be-
tween countries of the Western world.

This week Mr. G. H. Adams left Barba-
dos for Jamaica from where he will later
adyiser to the

go to London as an

appreciate why Stalin and Marx set trade

at tne

Secretary of State for the Colonies who suggests that the erenenpare appointment, had anything to do only four of the public schools— estimated to call for an expenditure oi
is representing Colonial interests at the | Yant. For he seems to support a With a a Pree ory It Eton, Harrow, Winchester, and| 85,000,000,000 dollars, (£30,357,000,000) or OIL CL T
Commonwealth economic conference. The | special, form of privilege for the poe § aye Peah made gr a iwWeE Ty th ance.. The For-| 6,000,000,000 dollars (£2,143,000,000) more at
occasion of this Commonwealth conference | ™6n of Whitehall—power without eign Office is seven times as big) than Congress voted this year. WILKINSON & HAYNES CO., LTD.

; publicity, errors without public Mr. Eden has created a situa- gs jt was pre-war. Embassies Successors To
will perhaps help those who tend to criticism. tion where blame for the Maclean spawn where only consulates The new Congress is even more economy S. PITCHER & CO.
departmentalize litics’ and trade t 4 a : . _. appointment cannot be placed on ¢xisted before. Recently Mr. ; { e '° °
ee eee eee eS ae This has never been the invur'- Ministers. because. they knew $uSted before. Recently | MX-| minded and many Republican Senators and Phone 4472, 4687 BECKWITH STORES

of events which determine
human history. Although the meeting of

centre

Commonwealth visitors is hailed and Kat audenvics PP gf a ram Lat up. - | ra to this seas is nearly £9,000,000. Diplo-; and dropping to — 60,000,000,000 dollars
rightly by British apologists as a concerted | Admiral Jackie Fisher, a Servic« oe one aig matic and allied services | in

British attempt to expand world trade it
will be seen by many others as an attempt
to regulate British trade in the paramount
interests of the British Commonwealth.

. ; . = ants j i wer when he takes over s
The Russians may be hoping that as ae tale anneren in the Personnel Department at th? to lecturers at German universities, It is a 7 ae Nae changes he likes ‘round-the-clock service!
Britain and France’ will quarrel with their own right. They give Press ser bogs Mr. Middleton to- subsidised entertainments abroad,| 4&5 president to y

America about markets and they know
that Germany and Japan do not intend
to sit back and do nothing to regain their

| i ; ; ; i for smartness, i !
place in world trade. Good Job, But... in Persia. Yesterday he drove his Tull history of Britain's digiomacy Complicating the issue is a ener eet Shoes for school wear ae
If the U.S.S.R. was not a self-contained Look at Sir Gladwyn Jebb, ane Srit =~ ee fe te Al ¢. since the war. This country has; to transfer much of the European aid to Asia street... dress. . . and business.

fc Cig he . British representative at the See Htish diplomats to leave suffered one diplomatic humilia-~| to meet the still developing threat of Com-

economic unit Russian dreams of a split
in the Western camp might be dismissed
as dreams. But Russia is not only a self-

Ministers, made by: Mr; Eden. H id S ‘ in : into the de- Here's a wonderful chance for
detairidd: ecénomio“unit ‘but has seen Sir Gladwyn seems to be doing atustus’. Rodden, ret unjust.” by Albanian mines, 44 British contemplate bringing Pakistan into t busy men to take care of shoe

. : 4 good job. But if he ever made y cannot agree * sailors were killed—and we get| fence system of the free world because of needs ~ years to come! Choose
to offer to Germany and Japan and to some gross error, how could Mr The performance of the-Foreign 2° compensation, While America| j4. strategic location and its 80,000,000 popu. styles for dress-up occasions, for

other countries in the Western sphere of
influence.

Russian propaganda is still effectively
used (especially: at meetings of the
United Nations) to spread discontent
among peoples who aspire to national
independence. No Communist agent could
hope to have any followers unless he was
called a patriot and unless he stressed
national independence as the goal towards

5 ’ ; > ign is no question that Cicero became the Repubiicans wield in Congress and by
, > wee wor 0 nons, admitted that the Foreign !§ P0 F 0 y

which he was working, The idea of | ire dossier on Maclean “did not the valet of Sir Hughe Knatchbull- New Chief? the fact that a coalition of Republicans and
national independence can be accommo- epresent the full picture.” This Hugessen, ambassador in Ankara YES, there is something serious-

dated to suit the circumstances of each
country. Sovereign countries can be
accused of being under the domination of
American. dollar imperialism: while non
self-governing territories provide the
Communists with unlimited opportunities
of spreading their pernicious doctrines.
The economic integration of the West-
ern alliance which might follow upon the
successful working of the European
Defence Community and the discovery at
this month’s commonwealth conference of
a trade formula which will result in an
expansion of world trade would force
Stalin to lose faith in Marx’s dictum that
imperialist powers must. periodically go
to war to fight for markets. If the imperi-
alist powers were instead to follow the
Russian example and form a self-contained
economic unit the whole of Russian for-
eign policy would have to be revised and
Marx would have been proved hopelessly
wrong. But so long as the countries of the
Western world have to compete amongst

as Stalin still gives them. It is vital that

Over Whitehall?



And in a speech last week Mr.
Eden came to Sir William’s de-
fence. He said that “Junius”, the
,uthor of the article, had broken a
tradition that civil servants should
never be “attacked in this way.”

Now Mr. Eden is making a big
claim, and a mistaken claim, if he

able rule. Fourteen years ago Sir
Horace Wilson, then the head of
che Civil Service, was directly at-
tacked for his activities as Cham-

chief, was hotly criticised.

The legaiistic fiction that Minis-
ters are responsible for every sin-
gie decision in their departments
has been outmoded for years. It
is time to kill it off completely.

conferences.-They represent Brit-
ain at the conference table. The
power which is theirs can now be
seen.

United Nutions.

made him more familiar to

Eden pretend that he, as Foreign
the

Secretary, should take all

blame for it?

Never has this system of “Min~ giplomats
sterial responsibility” looked more jg9 narrow a social circle,
feeble than during last week’s trayagance is common. And our

Television has
the
American puolic than most British

responsibility,” Lord Reading
stuffily told the peers he would
not give the names of civil
servants involved.

Well, who was responsible? It
is no good for Mr. Eden to suggest
that the ailing Mr. Bevin, Foreign
Secretary at the time of Maclean’s

nothing about it, and cannot be
placed on civil servants because
Ministers say it would not be
cricket to reveal any names.

of Sir William Strang’s officials
who, by virtue of his office,
must share some responsibility for
the appointment of Maclean to be
Head of the American Department
in October 1950. He is Mr, George
Middleton—at that time Head of

day? He has just left Teheran.
Since the recall of Sir Francis
Shepherd, Mr. Middleton has been
acting as British Charge d’Affaires

‘Most Unjust’

NOW examine a second point

Office in recent years has shake
public confidence.
been shocking. Too many

are still drawn from

parliamentary discussions on the diplomacy is not getting results.

Maclean case,

Lord Reading, in the House of
Lords. admitted that Maclean had Burgess and M

Look at the record.

SECURITY: Apart from

and that “in the course of a violent 4, jight since the war.

bout” he broke a colleague's leg.

Mr. Eden, in the House of Com-

was a singular example

liplomatic -half-truth:

vas positively misleading.
One of the

peers tried to find

The full truth has yet to be told

about the spy Cicero. But the

Nazis.
Even

1 Stans
Security has Britain

Ex-

the

ee Meipe ry 4 t aclean story, two
been “drinking heavily” in Egypt, other grave incidents have come

if use was made of the

important, but the Germans
thought they could use them to
break down embassy ciphers,
‘Closed Shop’
PERSONNEL: The social “closed
shop” in the Foreign Office still
operates. More than a third of
Britain’s ambassadors come from

status. Why?

.The cost in foreign currency of
maintaining Britain’s diplomatic
and consular establishments over-

America alone cost £ 1,222,780.
Before the war the total cost of

the British Council on such

propaganda luxuries as subsidies

and the maintenance of libraries
in foregin cities.
Humiliation
DIPLOMATIC FAILURES: It

tion after another. We have lost
our oil refineries in Persia — and
we get no compensation. Two

of our destroyers were damaged

protects her troops in Japan,
fails to obtain similar

rights for her own men, and so we

‘OP cannot obtain the release of the

British seamen imprisoned in

Japan. There has been no success
in securing the release of Mr.
Edgar Sanders, imprisoned in
Hungary, although the Americans
have secured the freedom of his
associate, Mr. Voegeler.

There was a muddle about com-
mand problems in the North
Atlantic Alliance. There was

Te over-eagerness to rearm Germany.

of the during the war, photographed top ly wrong with the Foreign Office.
the dossier Secret documents ih the ambassa~-

bility. True enough.
And if he cannot see, or will

ut who was responsible for ap- leakage after it was discovered. not admit, that the Foreign Office

pointing Maclean, with his record Operation Cicero was the biggest requires a
f drynisen violence, infantile tan-

trum, anid Communist professions,
9 a comparatively senior job at
M.P’s

the Foreign Office.

were Namier.

security howler of
world war.

the second

thorough shake-up,
then “Junius,” in his next article,
would be justified in saying that

A new book by Sir Lewis |the Foreign Office needs not only

“In the Nazi Era,” draws a reshuffle among the permanent

equally curious to know how the @ttention to another gap in For- officials, but a new political chief

appointnient came to be made.

The

Grea

eign Office security. He quotes





t Re former

as well.—L.E,S,

Admits A Few Lapses

THE CIFEAND DEATH OF A
NEWSPAPER. By J. W. Robert-
son Scott, Methuen 30s, 417
pages.

THE newspaper is the Pall
lall Gazette, which died in the
venties and was buried in the
.vening Standard, It had been in-
uential, high-minded and un-
srofitable, A remarkable series of
nen had been its editors; the
srst Lord Astor was, for a time,

ing to light countless interest-

By G. M. Thomson

himself a moral] struggle to wage,
as remarkable extracts from his
diary reveal:

“I have grieved my wife deeply
this year by a flirtation with a
Scotch lassie. It was a passing
folly. I kissed her a good deal
more than was wise or right.”

“With regard to Mme, Novikoff”
(a Russian patriot living in Eng-

e Mr, Eden may protest that he
was clearly so incomplete that it 0r’s safe, and sold them to the now bears the ultimate responsi-

loathing

fhplf-malicious portrait of the

young Arnold Bennett, living in

a Montmartre apartment, filled
with fake Empire furniture.
7 *

As aman of letters and a

Bohemian, he must have a mis-

tress as a thrifty native of the

the entire Foreign service was
only £2,000,000.
Money is frittered away, through

WASHINGTON.
IT WILL not be long before Gen. Eisen-
hower announces whether he will allay

all the world to see.

Just before he quits in January, Truman
presents to the new Congress his final budg-
et for the year 1954. It was, unofficially,

Representatives pledged during the election
campaign that the limit would be 70,000,-
000,000 dollars (£25,000,000,000) next year

( £21,429,000,428) by 1956.

Included in the new estimates is some
8,000,000,000 dollars (£2,857,000,000) for
foreign aid.

in the budget before it goes to Congress.

And the question is where is he going to

start chopping?

munism.

+ em
’

The foreign aid planners, for instance,

lation.

It is pointed out that Pakistan is only 90
minutes flying time from several of Russia’s
industrial centres and many Americans feel
it would be a wise investment to build up a
Pakistani army and construct American air-

fields there.

The new president’s problem is made even
more difficult by the tenuous control which

Southern Democrats this year cut foreign
8,000,000,000 dollars
(£2,857,000,000) to just over 6,000,000,000

aid from almost

dollars (£2,143,000,000),

Will they line up against the new chief
and shatter his plans for building up the

free world’s defences?

Some services must suffer if the Republi-
can promise of reduced spending has to be
So it is wondered whether the econo-

kept.
mies will be made in the fpreign programme’

the armed services, or in the domestic field.
To add to the problem, about 8,500,000,000

dollars (£3,036,000,000) worth of taxes are
to be found during the fiscal year 1954 from

such items as excess profits tax on corpora:

tion earnings, a 195l-approved increase in
income taxes, and excise taxes on liquor
cars and cigarettes. If these are allowed tc
die, new sources of revenue have to be
found unless the axe falls heavily. Just
where it falls is keeping Americans and the
world in suspense,

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ter in this booklet on the world’s more J others, eg. Parnell and_ Sir, himself Maugham (as his volume : i
uncommon dishes me itt ge But. what Charles Dilke, whose political of late essays reveals) is stilt; being divided more evenly than ever before
p With! Pn what careers were ruined by divorce capable of a swift stroke with the| The richest tenth of the populafion is get-
Here are birds’ nest soup, fu-fu, palm = ley read in Mr, Robertson actions, Stead vehemently ap- claws. 7 ar ;
sco

oil chop, and beche-de-mer.

The only type of birds’ nest suitable for
culinary purposes, so the booklet informs
us, is that of a particular species of swal-
low frequenting the rocks and isles of the
eastern seas.

4..d fu-fu is yams or Indian corn served

ever, are of a different way of thinking,



og (and some. surprising) facts
‘bout distinguished figures of a
yygone age. And he publishes
hem in a volume which looks
ike a collection of notes, awaiting
inal arrangement,

« cs * .
Lord Morley, for three years
editor of the Pall Mall Gazette,,
was scholar, statesman and agnos-
tic; he wrote the be@st English
book on Voltaire. He erected an
mposing monument of labour and
piety, the Life of Gladstone. He
ves a Secretary of State several
times over. At one time he was
thought of as the next Liberal
Ptime Minister. And he was called
Priscilla” by Campbell Banner-
man, who beat him in the race for
the Premiership.

The last man in the world who

A young married’ woman, with
whom Morley had ‘been on terms
of honourable friendship knocked
at his door one winter’s night and
said she had left her brutal hus-
band for ever. Morley let her have
»ne of his two rooms for the night;
next morning he said: “I have com-
promised you: the ionly thing to

can have known of his wife's ex-
tence, She was not mentioned in

remorse and humiliation. . . Even
in the height of the first excite-
ment I never wavered in prefer-
ring Emma” (bis wife) ... “But
my head is very bad and it is
time to go to chapel.”

Most curious of all the extracts
from Stead’s private journal is
one which Robertson Scott has
printed with some misgivings, In
it Stead describes his decision to
have a sixth child: “Since she con-
ceived,” it goes on, ‘I have read to
her Ibsen’s plays, Tolstoy, Faiths
of the World and part of Gogol. I
shall read Goethe, Shakespeare,
etc. She is still various in her
moods.”

Stead emerges as
breast-beating, sinning repenting
man whose own lapses did not
make him any kinder to those of

an earnest,

proved of the condemnation of
these eminent sinners.
He went down with the Titanic.
> . e

By the time Stead left the Pall
Mall Gazette (1890) the paper

was doing badly; it limped on for b

a time under the proprietorship
of the Hon. (as ex-member of the
New York State Legislature) Wil-

appeal that H. G. Wells, fat and
homely, had for women? Somer-

T’ve told her about you.”

Maugham was not tempted,
even when Benett added, “She
reads a great deal, Madame de
Sevigne and all that.”

Elizabeth Russell, author of
once-famous Elizabeth and her
German Garden, was a person
whose tart flavour Maugham
could appreciate, When he asked
her if it was true that she read
Ww her husband while he lay
dying, a book in which she had
drawn a caustic portrait of him,
she replied. “He was very ill. He
would have died-in any case.” In
her writing-room hung the ,quo-
tation “Peace, erfect peace, with
loved ones far away.”

Musing on the _hearth-rug,

yawning, sometimes _ stretching

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Five Towns, he addressed his
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BARBADOS ADVOCATE



Salesman Jailed: Building
Breaking And Larceny

Tee as
Unnatural

Offence

His Lordship the
Justice Mr. J. W.
the Court of Grand
terday postponed
Denzil Harris
and Ethan

Acting Chief
B. Chenery at

sessions yes-

se myer e on
(17) of Bank Hall
Brathwaite (18) of
Britton’s Hill when they “althdind
guilty of committing an un-
natural offence on September 26
this year.

Both defendants
sented by Mr. G. B. Niles while
Mr. W. W. Reece, Q.C., Solicitor
General, appeared for the Crown.

Mr. Niles asked the Court for a

were repre-

medical report about the two
defendants. before passing sen-
tence. He also said that in Eng-
land the offenders were placed
on probation and something was
done for them. The old idea of
imprisonment was not looked

upon seriously.

Mr. Reece said that the youth
of the island must be protected
against fiends. He was not against
postponing sentence but the court

must take a firm attitude against
prisoners who commit this of-
fence.

During the time which these
offenders are on probation they

and
they

would continue their practice
extend the practice which
have enjoyed for some time.



St. Andrew
Not St. George

The General Board of Health
on Wednesday approved the
division and sale of 193 acres,
3 roods, 26 perches of land in
lots at Walkers Plantation, St.
Andrew and not St. George.

It was inadvertently stated
yesterday that it was St.
George.

Wanderer III And
Viking Going
To St. Lucia

“Wanderer III” and “Viking”,

the two yachts that crossed the
Atlantic to Barbados on the first





An ze jury at the Court of Grand Sessions yester-

day Geliberated for 20 minutes and found 21-year-old
sal me Malcolm Forde of Richmond Gap, St. Michael,
guilty of breaking and entering the building of Lynch In-
vestment Trust Co., at McGregor Street sometime between
August 30 and September 1 and stealing articles to the
value of $196.70.

His Lordship the Acting Chief Justice Mr. J. W. B.

Chenery sentenced him to three years’ pena! servitude
Mr. W. W. Reece ,Q.C, Soliciter ber 1 and helped get finger print
General prosecuted for the Crown, from a safe and part of a stair-
Before sentencing him His Lord= case. A photograph was taker
ship told Forde that he is a young of the safe. The photograph
man and apparently was bent om were taken by Police Constable
leading a bad life and the offence Graham :



which he had committed was a Cpl. Brathwaite attached to the
bad one indeed. Criminal Investigation Depart-

Mr. Cyril Carri:.gton, Secretary ment said on September | abou
of Lynch Investment Trust Com- 12.15 a.m Police Constable
pany said that a building owned Graham handed him a_ s t
by the Lynch Co. is situated at finger prints marked Ford¢
McGregor Street. 7

He left the building on August He compared the finger prints
20 and on September | found Which were taken from the saf¢
that the building had been With the finger prints which were
Lroken inte and articles were all taken from the hand of the
over the floor. aceused and both were identical

Among the items missing were Forde told the Jury that he was

boxes of

corned beef and soap, not saying that the building was
Articles belonging to the Advocate not broken into but ne did not



Co., Ltd. and Gardiner Austin break into the building. Most of

were also missing. The Police the witnesses had told lies against

took finger prints from his safe. him. The Police went to his
home and found nothing

Clorence Hinkson said on
August 30 he closed the building
owned by the Lynch Co., but on
September 1, when he entered

“IT am innocent of the charge”

Forde told*the Jury.





the building he noticed that the . r ,

place had been broken into Five Year Plan.
He checked the articles belong-

ing to Gardiner Austin and foun? awe ry

that cases of corned beef and And Je welle ry

tocth paste were missing. Rops i

was also missing. - During the debate on Govern-

ment’s Five Year Plan of Develop-
ment and Taxation, some members
of the House of Assembly suggest-
ed that Government could have
gained more revenue by increas-
ing the import duty on jewellery
In «an interview with an Advoeate
reporter yesteraay, Jewellers said
that any increase on the import
duty would lessen revenue that
might be gained from this source
“If import duty is increased,” a
jeweller said, “we would autumati-
cally import less jewellery for our
sales would drop immediately,
Therefore, though Government
would be _—s more on the eee
St. Clair Moore said that the °US items, the decrease in impo:
Advocate Co., has a a Saineaie in jewellery would be such that Gov-
James A. Lynch’s building at eee oe nat less than
3regor Stre . ey make at present.
McGregor, Street. On September Fe said that to increase the duty
found that 83 packs of playing bana “a m4 ne a
cards owned by the Advocate Co., yond the means o e averag'
Ltd. were missing.
; ev ll The jeweller also said that if
ieee, ee _ Barer oad he import duty were increased, and
s : oa i their sales dropped they would

Cards Missing

Themas Banfield, clerk of the
Advocate Co,, Ltd. said he went
to the bond in James A. Lynch’s
building at’ McGregor Street on
August 30. On September 1 he
returned to the bond.and noticed
that the locks were tampered
with. One lock was broken off
and bales ‘of-paper were in front
of the door.

Playing cards and twine
all over the floor. Playing
owned by the Advocate Co.,
were missing.

were
cards
Ltd.



art of their round-the-world saw the accused go towards . This
vonage, sail this weck for St. James A, Lynch’s building about have to decrease their staff. te
Lucia. 4.30 p.m, He did not follow the unemployment

“Wanderer III”, with Mr, and @ccused. — :
Mrs. Hiscock on board, leave for St. About 7 p.m, the same day he

Lucia today while “Viking”, with
crew Mr, and Mrs, Holmdahl, sails
tomorrow for the same destina-
tion.

From St. Lucia, “Wanderer III”
will go as far as Antigua before
going through the Panama Canal
towards A, rare After “Viking’
has fouch@d ‘St) Lucia she “will
head for the Panama)Canal,



Mrs, Holmdahl told the Ad-
vocate yesterday that they would

have liked to go as far as Antigua
but could not obtain an
chert.

On their voyage back to Sweden,
they may once more stop in at
Barbados,

Mr. Hiscock, to, is locking for-
ward to visiting Barbados on his
way back to England at the end
of his world cruiso. He_ said;
“If I do not return to Barbados
on this trip, it will be just three
years from today

Both the Holmdahls and His~-
cocks like Barbados very much and
were sorry they could not have
spent a longer period here.

Police Make Arrest
Throvigh999 System

Two reports were received over
the “999” tele-communication
Police System on Wednesday and
one early yesterday morning. The
first was received about 10.30 a.m,
when a woman reported that sh¢
had seen a thief in a shop at
Brittons Hill. The Police Car
arrived at the scene five minutes
later and arrested a man. The
man was later charged with the
larceny of a cash box containmg
$2.42.

The second
children were









report was that
behaving badly on
Flint Hall about 3.25 p.m, When
the Police arrived four minutes
later, the children had dispersed.
About 1.50 a.m. yesterday Mrs
A. Griffith of Roebuck Street re-
ported that she saw a thief in
her house. The Police arrived
five minutes later, but found no
one. $35 was reported stolen,

Acting Chairman
Of Commtission

from. the
C.M.G,



During the absence
colony of Sir John Saint,
Chairman of the Public Service
Commission, Mr, A. E,’Douglas-
mith, M.A., has been appointed
to act as Chairman of the Com-
mission .

Sir John left the island earlier
this week to attend a meeting of
the Regional Economic Committee





in. Jamaica, and a session of the
West Indian Conference
Mr. F. A. C. Clairmonte has
also been appointed to be 4 tem-
perary member of the Commis-
sion
ACTING WELFARE OFFICER
YN ss M. Blackman, Dis trict
Welfare Officer, has been appo'nt-
ed to act as Senior District Wel

fare Officer during the six!



absence on leave of Mrs.
Vaughar.

Mr. W. H. C. Gallop, Assistant
Teacher, St. David's Boy ha
been seconded to act a District

Welfare Off

LEAVE EXTENDED





adequate *

saw the accused with a push cart

: Pensien Claims Committee
on Chapel Lane. The top of the

cart was covered. The St. Lucy Vestry yesterday

Cross examined Rock said he decided that the members of
saw the accused leaning on jast year’s Pension Claims Com-
the door of the bond. He did not mittee can again constitute this
see what was in the carts year’s. Pension Claims Committee.

Cpl, Jessamy attached to the This decision was made when
Criminal Investigation Depart- the Vestry considered a_ letter
ment told the Court that he took from the Colonial Secretary ask-
a statement from the accused on ing . whether they thought the
September 1 about 11.45 a.m, The Vestry member on this com-
statement was read over to the mittee should be changed or

whether the member
to serve another year. The mem-
bers are Messrs. C. H. Yearwood,
representing the Vestry and G, C
Ward and W. L. Greaves,

accused who said it was correct. was willing
Police Constable Ashton Marshall
of the Finger Print Bureau went
to the Lynch Investment building

at McGregor Street on Septem-





Conditions In England
Gradually Improving

Conditions in England were gradually improving and
tlie narrowing of the trade gap was very encouraging, But
real progress was difficult so long as the U.S.A. persisted in
its high tariff policy said Mr, J. J. O’Leary, Chairman of
Mellifont Press (L ondon) Ltd., and of Cahill & Co.,
Printers of Dublin, Ireland.

Mr. O'Leary arrived here earlier | })
in the week by B.W.1.A. from Trin-
idad on a brief visit to Barbados
and is a guest at the Marine Hotel,

“The great United States,” con-
tinued Mr O'Leary, ‘‘could not ex-
pect to export to the sterling areas
everything from razor blades to
motor cars and ai ine same ume
make it difficult for sterling area
countries to sell their goods to the
U.S.A, It was only by selling goods
to the U.S.A. that the sterling area
would earn dollars to buy U.S.A.
goods and dollar grants were a
poor substitute for reciprocal trad-
ing.”

He said he had broadcast these
views in recent years and was go-
ing to New York early in Decetnber
to attend the Congress of Ameri-|
can Industry, to which he has been |
invited by the National Associa-|
tion of Manufacturers and me

Lid.,







again air his views there,

Mr. O’Leary’s home is in Dub- |
lin, Ireland. He is prominent in
Irish industry and a director of
Aer Lingus (Irish Air Lines) in
which the Irish and U.K, Govern-
ments are the chief shareholders.
He hopes to play some golf while
in Barbados and also get some sail-

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NEW

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A NEW STATION WAGON for the Mental Hospita! went into service
yesterday. It can carry seven passengers. Seats are collapsible for
stretcher cases.

Mr. Lisle Foster,
switch-key to Dr,
Hospital
A similar van for the General Hospital was also delivered yester

It is a replacement for the transportation of patients

Man Gets 18 Months For
Fraudulent Conver+ion

SENTENCE of 18 months’ imprisonment with har
labour’ was passed on 41-year-old labourer Nathanie
Browne of St. Philip by His Lerdship the Acting Chie
Justice Mr, J. W. B. Chenery after he was found guilty
by an Assize Jury yesterday of the fraudulent conversion
of $600 belonging to Louise Newton on June 30 this year

Manager of the Courtesy Garage hands over the
R. M. Lioyd-Still, Medical Superintendent, Mental

day.

Mr, W. W. Reece Q.C. Solicitor King George Park, St. Philip,
General prosecuted for the said on June 30 he went to Louise
Crown while the accused was Newton’s house and saw _ th

unrepresented. accused there.












Browne appeared on a_two- Newton gave him $600 to chee
count indictment On the first and this money she handed ove
he was charged with the larceny to the accused to buy a piece of
of $600 belonging to Louise New. land for her ‘
ton and the second count charged To the accused Stuart said that
him with fraudulent conversion Louise Newton handed him $60)
of $600 on June 30 te buy a piece of land

Louise Newton, an agricultural Police Constable Sparrock sai:
labourer of St. Philip, said on he earched the accused = and
June 30 she gave the accused found $28 on him and some Bar-
$600 to buy a piece of land for bados Turf Club tickets. The
her in St. Philip. accused said he had saved th

This land was at Duncans, St. money from time to time. Th
Philip and w half an acre. Be- accused first said that he onl
fore she handed the money to the haq 23 cents.
accused she called on a man to
witness the transaction Lioyd Jones told the Court that

the used used to live at the

The accused put the money in St lip’s Almshouse, On June
his pocket and said he would 7 a man handed him a_ Bank
give her the receipt the next Book and he kept this Bank
day. Book. ,

The next day she saw “the Later that day a _ policeman
accused and he said that he could came to him and he handed over
not get a lawyer to fix up the the Bank Book to the policeman
transaction ‘.

On July he the accused Cpl. Hunte of District “C” said
in St Philip Almshouse on July 6 he went to the St
read I paper and the Philip’s Almshouse with Louise
accu aid he was recovering Newton, At the Almshouse he
from an illn the : ised and asked him

She told the aceused that she if he had taken money from the
felt she asn’t going to get the Woman Newton. The accused
land. 7 accused said he was said no,
ixing srvthing
ee ot Accused Arrested

Got Suspicious He arrested the accused and

On July 6 she got suspicious of a search showed that the accused
the acctised and reported the had $28 and some Barbados Turf
matter to the Police. Club tickets in his pockets, The

Cross examineg by the accused next day the accused made a
Newton told the accused that he statement which was taken down
went to her place for the money, in writing and signed by Police
She handed him $600 to buy a Constable Bourne.
piece of land for her James Harewood vf Long Bay, |

told

of the St said the aecused

Philip,

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28 Piles Sunk
For New Bank
Building

Twenty-eight piles have so far
been driven into the ground on the
site of the new Barclays Bank
buildings One hundred = and
twenty-three more piles remain t
be driven. Some of these will be
erected on the spot where the

Barclays Bank building is now
being demolished.
Yesterday, Mr. George Caulfield

who is supervising the work, was
making his first test of one of the
piles. Each pile must support ap-
promixately 45 tons.

To carry out this test, Mr, Caul-
field has built a four-foot cube
concrete block on top of the pile

This block weighs approximately
four and a half tons, The remain-
der of the weight will be mace
up by ballast.

BRICKS ON WHARF

rhe lower wharf was
with bricks yesterday,
were unloaded from the Harrison |
Liner, Wayfarer, the only
in Carlisle Bay

littered
The bricks

vessel |

The Wayfarer arrived in port on
Tuesday and sinee that time she
has been steadily unloading quan
tities of general cargo.

REPAIRS TO SCHOONER “~~

Workmen were caulking and
yainting the Schooner’ Philip
Davidson yerteday. Captain Sealy
S getting the Davidson ship-shape
before she sails for British Guiana
tomorrow,

CARGO FOR ST. LUCIA
Schooner Confident LG., is at
present loading cargo for St
Lucia, She expects to sail on
Saturday,

Her skipper told the Advocate

vesterday that he is planning to
make a trip to one of the isiands
and back to Barbados every week
Later he hopes to equip Confident
with 30 more yards of mainsail.

Confident LG., was built at
Browne’s Beach, Bay Street, by
Mr. Ernest Lorde,

LAUNCH ON DOCK

The Government launch, Star-
dust is at present being repaired.
She is docked on the wharf, op-
posite the Government crane.
Yesterday workmen were working |
on the stern of Stardust.

MOLASSES FOR TRINIDAD

S.S. Athelbrook, which sailed
into the Careenage on Wednesday
evening from Trinidad, took
aboard 110,000 gallons of molasse
the same evening and later sailed
for Trinidad.

She is consigend to Messrs. H.
Jason Jones & Co., Ltd



him that Louige Newton
given him $600 to buy some land
for her,

The
not going to buy the
was going to put the money
the Bank.

The accuseq told him
while they were in
Philip's Almshouse
handed him a Bank Book which
he gave to a Lloyd Jones some

time later.

At this stage the prosecution |
closed its case.

Browne told the Jury that he
was a patient at the Almshouse

for some time,

When he was out of the Alvis.
house he saw Newton but she
never gave him $600.

His Lordship then summed
to the
dict of
version,

Jury who returned a ver-
guilty of fraudulent con-



Diamond Rings
LOUIS L. BAYLEY |
Bolton Lane

Make
HARR

Your Headquarters
for Hardware! |!

XMAS
Draws near and the
Seasonal Hospitality
| is bound to
make Extra
Demands
Upon Your
Kitchen
and Table
Appointments
Be sure
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all those
little things
which tend
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success of
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occasion

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had

accused said that he was |
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PAGE SIX BARBADOS ADVOCATE FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1952

CLASSIFIED ADS. | "0m sats | tio ano wire co to THe oerA Colonial Contribution | State Robes
TELEPHONE 2508 _ REAL ESTATE To Sterling Area’s Are Being



























































LAND—At Watts Village, St. Geor
1 rood 16 perches. Good fer building

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DIED FOR SALE












ae arable. Apply to Mrs. Mildred Tayl< R t d
November 90, 1988 LEM Prospect, St. aimee. 23.11.88 es enovate
AN f the Eagle Hal AUTOMOTIVE That desirable dwellinghouse called oo
Pty The funeral leaves his “OVERDALE” situate at Graeme Hal! London's leadi
residence Eagle Hall Terrace, Christ Church standing on 23,634 Many of on’s leading West
H





today for the B

square feet of land
The House contains 2 open galleries,

End tailors and court
LONDON. | are now busy rénovating tne State

Â¥ CAR--Hillman Minx, in good condition
»| Owner driver. C. B. Brandford, Hast-

the






















































ings. Dial 4085 2.11.00 Ferns, Gising and. breakiass rocme, 6 DO THE official figures published by the British|robes and mantles of noblemen
Amat | iittinen daha y. | Kitchenette toilet and bath. Electric light Treasury exaggerate the Colonial contribution to the ster- \for the Coronation of Queen
CAR—1952 Hiliman Minx, black, t : >

eake 11,000. Owner leaving island. |£n¢ 68s, Garage, 2 servants’ rooms with ling area’s dollar pool? Elizabeth which is to be held in

y self-drive hone 91-29. Ca y . ard, 2 cha : salt ;

Een: PRONE Ona ee) sn | Inspection every day between the hours Dr. Ida Greaves, an economist who specialises in|JÂ¥me next year.
ie oro as 4 of 4 and 8 p.m Colonial affairs, believes they do. Plans which will make the
t—" Sorbin fan ough ri : z ; iE The above property will be set up for ’

Oe cadet ia cota ths SN TUNREGISTERRD —Discw with ievence | sale at Publie competition at our office Her argument, outlined in a ‘ether with a private capital in- | Coronation ceremony > of the
those kind friends who st wreaths, [Upholstery John M. Bladon & Co,,|!”. Lucas Street on Friday the 2th recent article in New Common- flow, resulted in an increase of| biggest pageants of this century
letters of gondol nce. 01 in any we (40 or 3883 21.11.6%—un | November az A i & wae, wealth, is that the official figures Colonial sterling balances of|are under way. Her Majesty the
expressed their sympa i =< ee oe 19.1) 59-8 overrate the Colonies’ dollar con- £472 million, from £495 million|Queen has already appointed a

Kenneth, Corbin, Lolita Gill, Theodore I new tyres and Bablery. Oweer Inaving a = tribution because there is a “dol- at the end of 1946 to £967 million! Corenation Commission whder the

Corbir 1.11.52 island. Nearest offer $500.00 Collymore} G1. (1) email’ wreberie at Nelson lar cost” of Britain's exports to at the end of 1951. chairmanship of His Royal High-

Rock. Phone 4598. 20, 14 52-2" | street. It consists of house and shop them. The imports of the Colo- i ness the Duke of Edinburgh. The

FOR RENT CAR—Ford Prefect Car, excellent con- a $5000.00 ' cake’ nial territories, this argument ; ey: the an a. mare Commission is representative of
: lition. Dial 4050 day-time — 8678 night,|, Three (3) small properties at King goes on, “constitute a far larger ‘alled to conform © professed the Uni

ri tite. Charles aelmh. 18.11.52-6n Viage, not far trem, Hing, Sapte. tad, drain upon the dollar pool than intentions of policy which ac-|'© nie. Ress aan ee

. HOUSES “JOHNSON-16 H.P. Outboard Motor_| Bank Hall with water and light. appears from the official figures counts for the imterest now S Zealand, he nies a Ssuth

aoe x i tid ae Little used and in Al condition, Apply| One {1) small property at Fairfield of their purchases for dollars.” focussed on the Colonies’ dollar i Th

"FLATS ABERGELDIE—One (1) thre |[T. W. Alleyne, New Castle Pita. Phone | Road, Black Rock. Bp rage f Nearer “If the total demands of the earnings, says Arthur Hazlewood. < ae tan oS. on, The

bedroom One (1) one bedroom | 95-254 21.11.52—-6n | Bn ere 00.00 Colonial territories upon dollar oe sters ie Common-

Apply to Mr, C. Field Pang its ated Cc D'ARCY A. SCOTT, sources were estimated, instead “If the Colonial territories were eee countries are members of

32 ELECTRI AL Auctioneer i ‘ ts.” ini di t f;}the Commissi
' of their direct imports, Dr. obtaining an adequate supply of; on,
ae ster Sea anmstiuhentey Middle Street. i “ ; i terling rts, of cppropriate
FARAWAY — Fully “urnished 3 be - 5 "11. 52-2 Greaves said, “it is doubtful stcr!int imports, of cppropi | er

room house, St, Philip coast, Lightin 4) CHOOSE YOUR own “PROGRA q ran ie whether the net contributior kinds at appropriate prices, to} The Commission will be con-

pant. i eee Unt remem “VISBY"—A one-storey Dwellinghouse they make to the dollar pool raise their standard of living and ce with the numerous and

$3 cleansing eharge, IN ADVANCE, Li LIVESTOCK sieves pote. te “teak BOAR would be worth mentioning.” to help their economic develop-|complicated administrative ar-

4476 1.11,80-45.0 | —— Ne ee Ee ee a amte This argument has now been ment, the situation would —be|rangements required for the forth~

| | CHUTNEY — Thoroughbred BG. cHUT- Fee ee containink € Deaton refuted by another student of greatly changed,” he writes. “The;coming Coronation. The Earl

ne Senecio house, All. Modern {J. D.. Chandler, Gun Site, Britton’s {usual public rooms and sonuap lente? Colonial economic affairs, Arthur Colonial dollar surplus would! Marshal, the Duke of Norfolk, is

convenidnees, Station. ground, six miles} Hill, 20.11.52—3n Rleetricity. ets and Governmen Hazlewood, of the Oxford Uni- boon 4 —- ss. =~ a of are supreme ceremonial authority,
idgetown, No. 2 Highway. Suitable 1 vi i vi mutually neficia sterlin; ar

2 adults. ‘ign - 21.11.52—in MECHANICAL Garage etc. in yard ‘a cea Institute of Colonial trade pattern, and would hie to There is a mounting interest in

Inspection on application to Mr tudies. é the British Cro J and

NEWHAVEN , 8) eso Hutdbinson next door. together be seen as an example of Colonial wn Jewels
-oom Hwuast. Crane coast Double Garage] CAMFPRA—Kodak Reflex 8:5 coated lens | The property will be set up for sal at the Eagrel Opera House, Phetoghpies ad wreviously besa sewed Mr. Hazlewood points out in &xplcitation,”—L.E.S. vegalia which will be used for the
2 Servant rooms, Lighting plant, Water- th flesh attachment and all colour] by Public competition at our o é how them only when attending funett 1 . Coronation ceremony. Many of
tan’ coeplaeeatanthly ‘rent 40% plua..63 filters, $200.00 for quiek a)? 45 James Street, Bridgetown, on Thursda state ons, (International; — an oe ~~ in ook cur- the Crown Jewels used in. thé
f ppg. Monthly re =] Apply Realtors Ltd. Phone 4000. 27th November at 2 p.m. rent issue 0 ew Common- (

Shaning eee, TN ADV tn. ; 19.11,52—t.fn/] YEARWOOD & BOYCE,





19.11.52—6n.* wealth that it could be just as Coronation of the late King George

e J aA =
ek eae ae Designs Emerge For Jet easily argued that there is a dol- ARTIE’S HEADLINE VI have been displayed in the





9 MON aye bide’ LEN Seanem Wireet MISCELLANEOUS lar cost of the Colonies’ export: Tower of London and have at-

Phins 4788 18.11.52—6n the late Dr. A. G. Bancroft.

ly to
—_— el . i e to Britain, where mathinéry and
Saas Sandel nantes OE ee Powered Hel ters Be
—_ =; _ AMERICAN TOYS—Exclusive, pretty materials imported from the dol.
ROOSEVELT —Maxwell Coast. Road,| oye that can only be had at Hutchin. 21.11.52=6n owe e tcop



tracted and been inspected by
visitors from all over the world.



lar area have. been used in their’



























































































































































fully furnished including frigidaire, tele-| sore. aye ; ae ahaa i In few places in the -vorld is so
phone and "Rediff sion Phone 2224. — Pistols, swim. dinie Medl Brsas. Deals: ents ION production. Similarly, it - is ar- rich a display of mineral treasure,
21.11'52-—2n |e. Raheing Hone me cents Ue. 0. W AUCTI LONDON, Nov. guable that if the Colonies’ dollar and the arts of the jeweller and
WANTED a ee eee eee 5 BRITAIN is going ahead with the development of jet- contemanes is to y pepited wo goldsmith so easily accessible to
. es hea tae UNDER THE SILVER powered helicopters. Several years of experimental and 45, ns om, 8 One sie be the inspection of the people.
bi x ” Boat.’ “ i : . : . * °
a "| Morris Marine Engine: Reduction Gear HAMMER rt =o still have ir be done “4 a ae in ror credited with the i eaialrew-
wil and engine rst class order already emerging. promises to bring helicopters rig material content” of Britain’s ex- 7 i — *-
_____ | Ready for launching, 600 Ibs. lead on Tuesday 25th by o} { Mrs. Tira Dies
“ZBOK To Fxperienced sound cook. | Keel. Will sell in whole or engine, hull, hove we wi eal Py Oenture on Ne.| into the forefront of modern air transport. ports to the dollar area, Mr. Pinero
Apply: Colony Club. St. James bp lead separately. Seen at Yacht Club. lat “Whitehall”, Hastings. Percival, one of several aircraft -—-—~—-——-—— Mr. Hazlewood proceeds: “Co
3,200. | ren Se ee er. Oe, Dla nDint ae up-]companiés working on the jet ae import trom Britain be- SAN JUAN, Puetto. eee
co: hin | -~—— right Chairs, China Cabinet, 4 very nice |project, is aiming firstly to pro- Landslide tween 1947 “sha 1951 totalled "a
MISCELLANEOUS BINOCULARS — Schutz-Kassel, best| Morris Arm Chairs with spring cushions; |duce a lifting unit, not a complete 7 Jesus T. Hero, iat
——— |German make, 10 fold magnification, | Vitrolite Top Coffee Table, Ornament helicopter. In effect, this will be a £1,200 million. Four per. cent Governor a ai
WANTED TO BUY ruin [mand new, Dedutiful leather case, going |and | Coek- Tables: Mecirie _ isot motér 5-TON LORRY in good condition. Fu or pply altors mited,[ Lamp, R id an ‘ables; i r * . x yf m
details and price to Box Q.R. Advocate | 151/152 Roebuck Street, or phone 4900. Lady's Desk, Rockers, eee, Berbice |lieve that once the lifting unit is as Britain’s exports) of this figure was Beet dent ees ane
Co 18.11,52—7n 19.11,62—t.f.n. | Chair all in Mahogany; Glass and China: |fully proved, they can then turn . » e gives, £48 million as the ap er. at Washington in but
—_ =| “Sano a ou Rares ee ee ie kee DOK. to prdduciag any number of con- A Su r; r e proximate dollar rad % at resigned in September 1946 Wheh
PER" ERSOL YSPRA d Rocke: a ‘0 ; . . ts . \<
PERSONAL sures quick death to Flies, Phillips. Radio; Morris Verandah chairs: |tainers to fit underneath, built to P . ics ty. Ga douae eal «ise find is Mummy's titehe Président Truman, in a surprise
‘ockro e Single Bedsteads in Mahogany an "@€lhold either passenger ight, : ‘ous Mi ady move a ti m. vernor.
—< a = Stores in two sizes 12 oz. $3.50, 8 Oz.| with Vono Springs. Deep Sleep and Fibre et th . oe The Presidential Electior in Ove® these five years amounted for hi one me He retired if 1948.
‘The pubic ure hereby warned against | $2.18, Mattresses: 4. Press, Dressing and}? both. . , r ; to the equivalent of £377 mil- or his bye-byes ’
rivingeredit to my wife GLADYS 29. 10, 62— Abies; all in Mahogany; Cream | The power plant will comprise a the U.S.A. earlier this month —OP.
. Bedside T: Y : ; mila d ‘ lion, If this amount is debited
CAMPBELL (nee HALL) as % do pot Painted Press, Dressing Tables, Bédstead. | gpecially designed gas turbine Which ended in a victory for the with the £48 million worth. of
hold myself responsible for her or any-| HOUSEWIVES consider your budget— | cnadies, High Chair &c.. Simmons Sing)" tatted in or near the fuselage, and Republican candidate Dwight
one else contracting any debt or debts)}Buy “SANFPAN" Perfumed Lavatory | Redstead and Spring; Prescold Refrig | r ’ Eisenhower .was..a surprise. to dollars indirectly used by the ;
in my». name unless by a written order }Cleanser. Only 48c. per 1% tin at all} orator (18 months) in perfect Condition | Producing a high pressure gas to in tt it ; Colonies, their contribution still! ae
signed by yo OS Leading Stores. 21.11, 52—6n also, Wesupeiause Refrigerate ieitohen drive the overhead rotor blades. ae ge a Be en amounts to £330 million, Ss G Ni ehae
#S CAMI Ls aan rm ern nee oe Cabinet, Ware Press, Larder: This can be done by piping the M’. nry y aires oO “EB i 1
Ivy, St. Michael. INDIAN CORN—At $5.00 per bushel Falks 2 Bum Oll Stove ° ven if allowance was made
29 11,882n | Mount Pleasant Plantation, St. Philip Table: New, fal ‘Stove, Kitehen Tables | 6as y+ ones te oa ues a Cae an ise se Pe for the dollar cost of Colonial im-| ———————
+Ol—On Ty Ut ‘ila, Baby Beling Electric v ips, where it shoots out a 1 ; . 3 aa ;
The aes o eth kana CATER | = now to the Dally Tel (good) Garden Hose and many other speed, causing the blades to rotate, terday. Bitine cekiaetan’ ee eed ROYAL NETHERLANDS
e ving er oO ms € 4 UBSCRIBE Dall le; ’ . is 3 * s
[RACOCK (nee LEACOCK! as 1 do not} England's leading Daily Newspaper nov | 8: cs cniture is chieRy modern and is}Experts say this form of gas- pees, Dore é rc. nes possible that the contribution STEAMSHIP CO. The M/V, “CARIBBRE”
hold myself responsible for her or anyone | arriving in Barbados by Air only # fev | |, perfect. condition. producing turbine will be light wing in the wes. for the would Be reduced to less than ROM EUROPE secant, Card a7 at
else contracting any debt or debts in my | days after publication in London. Contac’ | "shie 11.90 o'clock Teims Cash. land economical because of its low Past 55 years, He arrived here 6999 million 's. Heaneee oh aca Dominica, Antigua, Montserrat,
— unless by a written order signed by | Tan Gale go “Felts. Ltd. Loca BRANKER,. TROTMAN & CO. fuel consumption es over the weekend for a, holiday million, & : sy agg ae Nevis and St Kitts. Sailing
Represen itive . le o ; 7 - . es a
MOROUTERT ST. CLAIR UBACOCK, | _ *1.4,89—t.f.n Auctioneers 16.1 229 Work on the special powerplants “¢companied i. a y= and is Difficult To Agree _ on a Navernber, 18 a ioe
Pee. Peter. | TAPE-1% Rolls Venet “aaa ae *" Jand the blades {s well ahead. They ® fuest st the Marine Hotel. es s «jy. |M-S. HERA. 19th December, 1552 The MyV. “MONIKA”
21.11.52—2n} Tape for making Vene' ee will be tested in an underground |, 5° onset a dank > laeicn > — is di Say to a, oe my. SAILING TO, EUROPE accept Jes a Passengers for
y ya © s . is TLLEMS' .
Fag se.) PMESLEC N@TICES [pt whore the blades can be spun icring “ihe elections. nevertbe: Dugainaan tm vost moti SAILING £0 TRINIDAD PARAMA Rec apa ae Kits sa
i =, Special © ; BARBADOS AQUATIC CLUB | comparatively quietly. The usual '¢°s, they wete living in great ing.” M.S. NESTOR 28th November 1952 2
ices, Truck and Car Tyres tee , G50 THE BAR ‘a to al bo now that Mr. Eisenhower
111.52-4.4m. |) Notice is hereby given that the Ball- 11,6 .e-yround cage. had been made President. But this argument about dollar| samLING TO TRINIDAD & CURACAO AseOCEAMTON. GNOD:
Saale w, Bee Ban, | ARN hl aes “Ig Ameria, has.a chance. to camings, | Mr. Hazlewood | con- 14S: AGA MANN 2" urna ill”
" ovember > ¢ _ Lb 3r
Whether you are coavk: uk Whe 1 ae i ce pATURDAY. te eOW aka GATE Babs | Anéther British company, practise individual enterprise and tinues, deals with only one aspect | 5: AUSTERT Ah December 1982 Consignee. Tele, NO. 4047.

| tu’ning lathe with slide rest and Cabinet | Competition.

Lawenly 9 is adopting a different ap- the people are not taxed to the or Colonial trade and payments. | {i's mIZABETH BORNHOFFEN
of turning tools. Phone 8332, By order of the ee “hee cake,

proac! Large gas-turbine units death, the country will go ahead The converitional view of sterling | (CURACAO ONLY) 12th December 1952,



















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BOs pear Secretary. | Pipe gpenpreased alr to the five very quickly,” he said and add- me sees 2 ot 6 es a FOES eee a: Bee? : pry at cS ;
5 eae imi AR 21.11,52-2n Jeotor blade tips where it is ex- ed, “Our great trouble has been pattern, in whic CON lp
% nod antacals combined in LIQUOR LIOENSE NOTICE —————_——_— pelled by pressure jets. Some of the wasteful expenditures and dollar surplus is offset by a sterl- | }56696669666660066666606606990303"
SEAST-PHOS are your key chopkeeper of Subers Lane, holier | UIQUOR LICENSE NOTICE |‘he compressed air is also passed extravagunce in the Govern- ing deficit. It is, then, at the Col-
good health. Liquor License No. 874 of 1952, grantec to two ordinary turbo-prop units ment.” onial trade as a whole that we J J
to paiiiem Nurse in respect of a pat REMOVAL mounted on the wings. must look, if we are to discern
uliding at Sobers Lane, St, e For forward flight, most of the “America is extremely pros- both the main problem and the
ae PHOS ee en irdied. @ ee RY Tg Tarte cea vy Greenidee lair is fed into these wing-mounted perous, but no one can keep much reasons which have brought the
GENERAL TONIC St. Michael, Liquor License No. 1106 ‘of 1952, granted J engines, for climbing it goes ta money because the Government question into prominence.
|, Dated this i9th day of Noverber 1962 i tempect of a boarded and shingieo ihe overhead rotors, takes it away in taxes. Ameri-
eens (| As. Police ‘Magistrate, ‘Disty_“A," Mt Garden Spetnces Nie ate oa Fairey's are working on a num- cans however believe that this , In the five years between 1947
HUGH WILTSHIRE, | hinenee te boarded and shingled. shop |ber of fuselage designs, One is a will be corrected now that Eisen- 24 1961, the Coloni an ¥;
FOR BReeore wa ‘ for Applicant. | with shedroof attached, situated ii 140-seai, 31,000 Ib. machine. hower has taken over the Presi- prt surplus of £ on =. a
B.—Th:s icati w e corn ton, St. Ja : jo use it at such |» or is rs rei ers 4 ” urin, re ro! a
sidered at a Licensing ‘Court. to be /hple te descr Bea "premises. enon ee Ae aoe ~ fretant VPP nerd oot pe of the ritish Government AN SATLANTI U
“ ” Dee {fat Police Court, District “A’ on Monday Dated this ‘day of Névember, 19%. ] with wide doors at the tail anc F 2
Ong “STENETTE eep the Ist. day of December, 1952, © | fo:—S. H. N Esa., room for three cars and their Since leaving Barbados 55 was to help the Colonies to de-
Freeze with very little use is -oidiodh. om. Police Magistrate, passengers years ago, Mr. Doorly worked as Velop their economies and to rais: SOUTHBOUND
and guarantee 4 ft. long x G. B. GRIFFITH, District “E", Holetowi we he des 3 for e bi « civil engi vith the Union their standards of living at 4 %
2 ft: 4” 2 high. Police Magistrate, Dist. “‘A." WILLIAM GREENIDGE, Among the designs for even Dig- 4 Civil engineey W "9 ber 5th 1952. Calling at
t. 2 ft. hig 21.11.52—1n ‘Applicant ger helicopters up to two or three Pacifie Railroad for about one greater Tate than they cotilld be S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing November Scanian
One GAS STOVE Four N.B.-This applica? on will be consider |imes the size of this machine, end a half years, after which he expected to achieve solely from Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena, caiies st
ne ; at a at a Ieensing Court to be held 0% 1.re those of the Westland Com- served with other railroad com- their own resources. S. “DE GRASSE” Sailing Approx. Dec. 11th, 1
Rings OVEN, and GRILI 2 bi 1952, at 11 o'clock | * e Vv Ss. d Jamaica.
Step lovely py Che atat all om and oiide Court; District “E", Hole- }pany, which envisage yet another panies doing surveying. S*, oe “—. Ware prereices Trinidad, La Guaira, Curacao, Cartagena an
F “ town irrangement, This has the jet He entered the newspaper busi- Made to the Colonies to enable y
Boat with Oars and Sail. ; oii Magisthtee ik teaaa turbine actually mounted at the ness fifty years ago and was at- or oe. "7 e st of a NORTHBOUND
“MENMENHAM” ; now ane tip of each blade, .... tached to the advertising and ports. in fac ey have ha mber Calling
Apply r , ft Ban —LES. ci ation secti of th on 4 a surplus of exports and this, to- S.S. “COLOMBIE” Sailing 16th Nove 1952, *
Pine Hill. H irculation sections e Guadaloupe, Englang and France.
21.11.52—I1n. { 4 World Herald which has a cir- Martinique, r



i “ ” Dec. 28rd, 1952. Calling at
culation of 260,000 and publishes ve S.S, “DE.GRASSE” Sailing Approx.
a ‘morning and. evening edition Mr. Eisenhower England and France,

Kolex Watches : i"
Persian Oil ‘ss exceo'Suvday ‘when a Confers With ACCEPTING PASSENGERS, CARGO, MAIL

LOUIS L. BAYLEY
Bolton Lane

is only one publication,

F. Tt L “? Mr. Doorly oe See i

of the newspaper in 1934 but re-

or 1taty of the newspeer in heoisen. . MMP. Ditilee R. M. JONES & CO., LTD.—Agents
in-law r. Ben Cowdeny took



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ersian oil representative, wes ceonennnen teeta
QUICK Abbas Parchide, kas” arrived wf In Nebraska he said that there tration will come here from Wash- =
A MODERN ANTISEPTIC Italy to sell Abadan oil. was an Aksarben (Nebraska spelt ington to report. s

He is in Turin trying to arrange backwards) Festival which has Mr. Dulles was another on the

a deal with Fiat, Italy’s largest car een in existence for the past increasing list of Foreign policy i KITCHEN CUTLERY




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manufacturers, ‘ sixty-five raat ae ake at and military experts = his en-}} of all description :
GREYSTONE, HASTINGS Count Ettore della Zonea, who this festival a King an ueen gagement list as Mr. Eisenhower] FISH
digned a contract for 10,000,000 ere elected by the Governors of went about the double task ot | rn ae Oa S, TURNERS
tons of aren - on wie oe the prate and this ae — preparing for the Korean trip and | All obtainable at —
’ ne Village to run the Anglo-Iranian blockade Queen elect was one oO is the buildi f e ~1H e
et ee ere ine vilee with the Rose Mary, is reported to eranddaughters Miss Gail Young eter ding of his new Adminis CENTRAL EMPORIUM

where the Best Books, Stationery be taking part in the negotiations, After the weelihg with Mr. EM Sead & Todir Sta

and Xmas Cards are now on abow é As the contract Count della 1 ial Dulles, ABS. ‘Riinhower eaves enr, Bro }
Zonea signed in Teheran was’: Colonial Research vi. Harota Stassen, unsuccessful aaa x.

)aeacanngmmmass | rer agreement, it is bene th. ‘andidate for Republican Presi-

‘s trying to arrange to pay for the

ENGINES

WEDNESDAY, 26th NOVEMBER That Work By Steam

1992, at 11.50 a.m

LOWEP. COLLYMORE ROCK with Fiat cars and tractors @ From Page 3. dential nomination and had af;

POCRSCOS OOPS SSO HO | s . on : a
B v ie Count is now in Switzerland concrete terms? The average yield uncheon conference with British

to see his partners of the Buben- of cocoa over Trinidad is about Foreign Secretary Anthony Eden,
To Our berg Oil Company to which he has 100 1b. per acre; the average on the here attending the U.N. General
promised to re-sell part of the oi! ssembly

; ~ best estates is somewhere between ; Pam) \
ihg ft 10 Ttaly—LoE8, in carry $00 and 400 Ib per acre; these Mr. isenhower’s Press secre-

We ave itistructed by Mr. G, P eee
t> to dispore of bis Furniture . -
1 Effects as i sted below JOHNSON'S STATIONERY

VIEWING MOPNING of SALE |

Chairs with Spring j SSS
*, =Mah Cane Settee,
Rocker, Mah. Hat Stand,,

; Les tary reiterated that for security
new, high yielding cocoas are ‘adcons there would be no advance

going to yield over 1,000 Ib. an rotice of the President-elect’s time

acre. Those scientists and research as
ts URS Bleed: * ‘workers in laboratory and field of departure for Korea, —U.P.
K: 4 ‘who are making this possible are

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Dining ible, Mat ea Trolley . @ ‘Yoeth mean that
Dining Chee, : Sing ic ads wth Pyorrhea wh 2} ‘ century. They are the Frobishe « a oO e Ww or
Simmons Spring " prep saat Witt > erhaps sone erste: ‘ and Drakes, if you like, Mr. Spea ® i ca
° nitty ' riting ask, Rae y t and m jo ecnge ihe : Elizabethan Ar > , Ww ,
Dress able, Kit Tables, Tins 2'4-Ib tin Ham @ $3.62 3 at and | ’ er, of this new Eliza r 4
Her-ide. aa Wish, grand, Deal , % Wins i iran yh apes Pele * “os ' oThey are going out on unchart~! or ar } e ovem er,
freas, ¢ ee ee ee Tins Asp. Tips @ .... 63 %| tds sore inouth \ seas and are coming back wi " } .
F yigeaiir ke eu, at. % |<. Ghacthe tooth. ‘\" pich prizes, benefiting not only 9" GRENADA.
y Lordcrs, Deep Sleep Tins Asp. Middle and Ri . Yor own and the colonial peoples b« A grant of $159,000 has been #} and
Dou =o ee Mattreba, » Pillawe, Recess Lee 85 >| the whole world. “ade from Development and Wel- if
rn ay ended Shek S| vee, funds to establish a broad, If
turner Stove, Baby's Basket an |. z eet : ¢
‘s, Rush’ Mats, Rush. Stools, Bot, Covkvall Onitts | In Touch With Barbados «1ands, with a central station in Thursday, 27th November, 1952
sion Weighing Machine, Box RE-OPEN @ wrvcreeereeeeees 18 6 C rendda. i)
© a, Souvenirs, Kitchen Uten- % $ TURF LUB Coastal Station Hi
is, Se SSO ee other Tins Hostess Pea-Nut | ba VEEN athe Based on the ‘findings of pre-fi}
ASH ON THE FALL OF @ : * 70 &| AYMENT OF PRIZES. CABLE AND WIRELESS (West Indies) vious technical tests, the grant It
| THE HAMMER . vited, advise that they can now con ll cover the cost of the erec- IM
j E Tins Crawfords Asst. | : pa, Consgiaiae. can oo . ; cate with ithe to lowing . ships +ion of the station, studio buildings ih}
Biscuits @ . 1:48 By oe onece See aideet QUEL themgey Aete Parbados Coast 2. °"'> ond pert of. the reeurrent cost ofa ‘ ;
f SISHR ue node On nen Free, ERaG (Dolores, ee S Acolto, sa. Brition the Orenmtishtion ‘Over a three- iM On Wednesday 26th Novembér and Thursday, 27th
AUCTIONEERS and your favourite Xl Day ae ieee fréin MON-| pore, shu Mirabagh ss ihtal vear period )}
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FRIDAY 3 & 5* Rum x caorte Ge Patio ss" Ondine/Pane. ‘The oflve KildWatt.dtation to Bef) November, 1952, by order of Mrs. George Cuthbert
Bonn md. Banham 4 N M m S| Horses and Serial Prizes o: s. Llaniehen, s.s. Trmaru Star. $8. int fr Grenada will be one of Mi : ;
aoe } {nd from Monday, ist December | © ma Carte 8s. “Michael Ee: $3. tne most powerful in the Welt } Eckstein. we will sell the furniture and household
$ ania Vv, 8.5 oO y, s.s s ’
& Ce. 21ST X} next. ++ | Giert. Torgersen, s.s.. Alcoa Pioneer, Indiés, A B,B.C, éngineer will
: 1 4 i <8. Brankgome, s.s. Alcoa Clipper, s.s. instal the equipment atid operate#f} effects at her residence, Casablanca, Maxwells Coast
A.F.S., F.Y.A, i ae aymer vill be from 12.00 Queen of Bermuda, s.s. Essequibo. ss. jj) 5c) 8 frst two y {
PHONE 4640 $ ’ | 00n to 3.00 p.m. daily, Tankland s. Balaena Attila, ss, ‘he station for. the a, wo ae {
PLANTAPIONS _RUIILDING $ s ‘ te Frederic A. Eilers 5. Ande Gritti, but it is hoped to nee tec = Road
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Prive Series “E” Series “F" Amount Prize Series “K” Series “L” Amount
Ticket No. Ticket No Ticket No. Ticket No
lst .. 3843 1793 $140.00 Ist .... 8989 4553 $140.00
9 2nd 4183 5576 10000 2nd ... 9363 6332 100.00
a 7e eC re §£ Srd .... 4377 5891 80.00 3rd... 0763 1458 — 80.00
4th . 8586 0486 60.00 4th ... 7754 8743 60.00 ’ 4
4 5th 2 0984 2326 50.00 5th 8435 3785 50.00 Af
By 0. .S. COPPIN 6th .. 4263 1100 30.00 6th 0345 0891 30.00 Y
Waa se aa. 3228 20.00 7th 7575 3173 20.00
1ed the supremac West Indies 8th .... 8027 3711 20.00 8th .- 5228 9306 20.00
( me til has gained world recognition Sth .... 2768 0126 20.00 9th peed 8327 20.00
a ‘ rhere \ time hen Jamaica could claim this om tes pad oon oo. — : a — ao.
35 ; " aad “Sets : Beet a" 1 . n y
distinc Guian Se of Kid Tanner, 12th .... 7975 5290 10.00 12th .... sore 3590 10.00 ’
and Bar i e birthplace of World Heavyweight cham- 13th .... 9788 5334 10,00 13th ... 0 10.00
} Jack . and t he te Pit challenge Wary Wills 14th .... 5347 4218 10.00 —_ ae ae — 10.00 AT THE EXHIBITION
had their brie mente of reflected slory , 15th .... 0752 3842 10.00 15th ... 10.00
an A thei 1e1 ‘ o: efected glor: 16th .... 8750 1452 10.00 16th .... 5492 0284 10.00
dot ; RU. jx pc sei 8130 10.00 a cane ee ois _
Ait ; ith ....° 8 7532 10.00 phe 00
Britain, Yolande Pompe " Royal Jock 19th 0444 #41764 «10.00 19th .... 3787 8428 — 10.00
Caer ea Mame ey 20th .... 4345 © 9711 10.00 20th . 0408 +. 5018 10.00 WE OFFER
one pA ie number 2st .... $489 0013 10.00 Zist.... 7594 3192 10.00 ;
one contend for Randolph 22nd ... 4207 8067 10.00 22nd ... 9 10.00 NEW
Turpi ‘ erweight title, Viarshall Has 23rd .... 9630 5122 10.00 23rd .... 6050 3816 10.00 SUITINGS
Ansell Adams, his stablemate i ee 24th .... 4929 4136 10.00 24th .... 6095 6292 10.00
cles and Rolly Blyce is toh 2). Steg Oat «1000 26th |... 51887189 «40-00
cle ind Ro Blyce i leading AL Th Br ks eae \ . ‘ : ”
feath eight 27 pep 6031 ;
1 sat yoang awe “HL Lhe Brea auth |.) 8081 «$8810.00 2eth ... 8587 B16 10.00] Plain and Striped Tweed—$4.23
Er ¢ Hector imeric : iia 6.11, $6.73, $5.
as oh sanaclibe I a 1 an k-born Bryan Mar~- $730.00 $730. 00 | $ $6 $5.42 yd.
, the former Empire a ah tional a jockey ta zoe et , i menret: See STisket No Sieket No oe English all Wool k
Wally ‘1 2 Q ! is still in one piece . ieket No champion Wally Thom yy the time next yekis Grand Ist .... 3366 2027 $140.00 Ist .... 0529 9359 $140.00 Sere ane Pick & Pick in
a ; National comes round, he will 2nd ... 0233 1397 100.00 2nd ... 7285 4273 100.00 Blue, Grey, Brown—$11.78,
mnie cee acal Scene completed 21 years a® a ard... 5720 8774 80.00 rd .... 5170 0218 80.00 $13.05 yd.
be? ior suader of steeple- 4th .... 1326 0137 60.00 ee eee 582 60.00
ocal . ers, es Sth ,... 0274 7433 «50.00 Sth .... 9971 1771 50.00/] pa
again—why can’t we revive local And you can put that down as 6th... 3095 1109 30.00 6th .... 6649 6190 30.00 nglish Fancy Worsteds $11.58,
pro essional boxing? surel Al rkable testimony t the belt for his ld heavyweight cham- Teh 3k Ce 8195 20.00 th ..:. 2745 8498 20.00 Sll.
received considerable public sup- h-resisting qualities of tie ae es to te : a Seiadien oh the Boxing Writers 8th .... 5469 4338 20.00 8th ... 5184 6848 20.00 83, $12.91, $15.02 yd.
t \ j ing th 4 yer . : ,
PRE oer Seen eee r Jeers cumant frame and the technical jyneheon in New York. Rocky has announced a plan to fight once a | 9th .... 2950 3297 20.00 9th .... 3949 3442 20.00 . . . ‘
and € re able e, — nees made in orthopaedic month, starting in mid-winter. ce es cae? oa 20.00 os ae ae on aan English Pin Striped Serge in
pror ! boxers like Al Browne, surgery : a ; eit 970 20.00 fees 3
Radio Kid, Kid George, Ligh Bruised. boxers? Fracturéd foot- ee et iormational Bowntiphcto)- linn age 9808 10.00 12th .... 7416 5815 10.00 Navy, Brown, & Black—$8.56,
foot Kid, Kid German, Jack ballers? Mashed-up motos-cy- ,_, , 13th .... 6239 3865 10.00 13th .... 4856 0498 10.00 $12.00 yd.
aes , Panama Kid and Kid clist These sportsmen would AUTO RACING: | yep ve oe oe ae a cade pi ase oon Seas
rancis | ar to be sz fety-first ‘“am-= PS ISE: eoes i bie i nogli h all W 1 G $
The Older brigade were also paigners compared with “over ie . ji6th <<<. 3666 6931 «10.00 16th -... 2578 8531 10.00 . ool Gaberdines in
able to do their share of enter ticks’ jockeys . ! 17th .... 3736 3801 10.00 17th .... 8543 O777 10.00 awn, Tan and Grey.
taining and representing the Pack in his cottage in Lambourn uan a oO ] |18th .... 5860 4796 10.00 18th .... 2620 4231 — 10.00
colony ,at home as well, For (Berks) the @ark-haired, square- }19th °°). 4805 = 1647 10.00 19th .... 7293 8404 10.00
example Jack Montelle made *¢t Marshall will deny with a 20th .... 3606 7057 10.00 20th .... 7604 9452 10.00
short work of the challengers pleasant Irish lilt to his voice that R Ar ‘ ti | ist, 5 od sees 10.00 — 70s = pose 10.00 CAVE SHEPHERD & Co Ltd
; Domingo ser there anything extraordinary i ) ; [22nd ... . nad ... ‘
Middocn ana Martial 'viseian the way le geet @ Meiaeiae toa eturn I Oo gen EPR id 83) ke tosbe ara. 9638 ©5149 10.00 ig .
foung Delaney of Brit suianagiis bo re “more brittle 24th .... 5405 9000 10.00 24th .... 7 555 10.00
at tee Len Tad, Canaan those fate. 25th |... 9005 7705 10.00 25th |... 8373 1117 —10.00 10, 11, 12, 13 BROAD ST.
diWie tha Loon nee : MILAN, Nov. 20. 26th ..., 7011 4129 10.00 26th .... 0968 8153 10.00] |2__
Younger Men : First Bruises Argentine speed champion Juan Manuel Fangio will sith Sires af 3913 10.99 ath ets sia3 3515 10.00 Of the younger men only Kia”, N¢vertheless, he will admit that leave Italy for Argentina on December 1 according to his tees 6 10.00 “ie ’ | §9996$999699996559999599895S59595:599089
German ha rhe cart eae h ; rh Srolste — friends. Fahgio is at present at Clermond Ferrand, France, $730.00 $730.00 %
the name of Barbados boxing to company with his tas Stan tin as guest of French driver Rosier, but he left instructions! Prise series “4” Series “J” “Amouni Prize Series “O" Series “P" Amount 7 J
Trinidad, to England d now t ! us } t an Irish the | Ticket No. Ticket No Ticket No. Ticket No
Mustoalinn in a taiwer that to far. et and that he has been well here to book him on a plane leaving for South America the) ;, — - “g49g 7321 $140.00 Ist ..:. 6797 0942 $140.00
from being ended and one that has UP, tHe fracture list since he first first of next month. | 2nd... 9667 2480 100.00 2nd . .,1115 1339 — 100.00) ¢
been remarkable for steady, solid Persce at the to of 12, That was ———— Regarding his present stay in| Srd .... 5964 4839 80.00 3rd ...."'7400 4928 80.00
ve 5 rersse at the age ¢ 2 t a 5 y
bogs rowed aie vert ag" That wh | Sagres mete se. Bel
fel: a thet ng, rigid self-discipline Wit! a rr t wi ‘i ~ oot a an” os ~~ * 2 y
; . With his reputation safe as a eVWe mobile Club, is seeking Fangio’s; 6th .... 4373 5407 30.00 6th .... 2785 6518 30.00
SC iy ete dedication to the champion rider of supreme artis- participation in French auto racés| 7th .... 3183 1529 20.00 7th .... 8846 2765 20.00
cong, , “Y, Marshall shrugs oft such o¢= At W bl hext year. Friends said Fangio| 8th .... 4073 5886 20.00 8th .... 3936 8435 20.00
Sure ly if Barbados boxing could cupatienal risks as em ey jas already agreed in principle to} 9th .... 7315 2084 20.00 9th .... 3926 4331 20.00
Produce Kid German it should t Left arm broken in four places, ake part in the French Grand}10th .... 6076 9040 20.00 10th .... 8623 1160 20.00
a cee io Ri Pingoarn tie ebro wie, Se Wotan Seman LONDON. prix. From Clermond Ferrand,|1th .... 0749 9677 © 20.00 1ith .... arse (babs 20.09
rol WV of keepir sarbados at three broken collar bones, more The hullabaloo of a real Ameri~ Pangic will ‘hop: to London to meet | 12th .... 9100 4497 10.00 12th .... 185 4235 10.00
et on the toto oe ibe that he con rekomber, enn en fon sais ied pte "ownets of Brean Badia --< HAL Make 18 Hak SS. ath Bish 18 MAKES A BIG
Apart from that boxing is a lacerations from top to toe. ; to "descend. on ‘London's tamous racing cars. shat :... 6855 2128 10.00 15th .... 0231 5518 10.00 DIFFERENCE
popular form of sport and should At Fontwell Park last month We sla tes ; seen an Olympics Tw k » Fangio signed | 16th .... 9670 0472 10.00 16th .... 93877 5362 10.00 rn
not be allowed to die in a colony he injured his left eye when Gace mintions Enalish) to Cee na tae 17th .... 7878 3122 10.00 17th .... 1138 5962 —10.00
me, a aie Rhat : Games, countless English foot- an agreement with the Maserati | e
that prides itself as being among Rhetorius fell, bell. and Rugby battles, d : 1 18th .... 7820 4130 10.00 18th .... 5352 8860 10.00
Bis ave” inter ‘i re i gby attles, 02 Automobile company of Modena to
the leaders in sport in the British Eight days later he rode at > 1 religious rallies. But f the i953 races 19th .... 1604 1280 10.00 19th .... 7114 0500 10.00 |
Caribbean Cheltenham with a patch over his T@¢!n& and religious rallies. Ti, race in some of the ivog r 20th .... 6914 4512 10.00 20th .... 3651 7825 10.00 | YOU_ LOOK
ve. cé > ropper ‘ +, never American football. It’s eounting for ‘world competition at | Y
The Reasons eye, came a cropper on. Hislet in the first. and bably the last . este 2.000 ec 2ist .... 3963 4031 10.00 2ist .... 7253 7621 10.00 OUR BEST
Se ean om that have’ &Seting race, and rounded.off- tue sings ts; ina Sowers at Werhe ie, Wheel Of @ Maseratl QOD) cerlgand ... vos ° OO0I 10.00 22nd'‘.. 9574 0144 10.00 |
Shiuited in this leneth® nibernas afternoon by collecting. face and Wie, Say. Whe powers. § Pangio was favourably. impress }aerd ---. 3186 4851 10.00 23rd .... 2316 7998 10.00 | e
: , t F o 7 chest injuries when a loose horse bley. s BNGO WEE 28 oP SAAN i aa Es Sc) 0559 10.00 24th .... 9912 8800 10.00] %
tion of this form of sport? I could | ought him down on Vain Help. , All the same, they are ex- ed by the new Maserati car whose j 951), 3124 6943 10.00 25th 4089 9146 10.00! % YOU FEEL
mot profess to be able to give Bart dar ; Oe aD ey “pecting 30,000 along. The teams? engine works on direct gasoline rate eS eras | %
» oe aie But fe those bumps, Marshall : Bi) ae : S sa Sameniag [eee -... 2009 8666 10.00 26th .... 9289 7860 10,00 | ¢ YOUR BEST
prem all but here are a few that wouid probably have ridden four =inalist a OU Se, r po vetagret My vg ote ara 27th |... 2000 5467 10.00 27th .... 3758 7693 10.00 | $
at once uggest themselves to 4; : ( ° , Europe Football Championship. took with it an excellent secon ‘ 4 10.00
those who have been following ANGER SHAY CPite Semi-finals will be decided in place in the last automobile Grana | 28th reve 4181 9406 10.00 28th .... 9196 8842 STs ®
local boxing for the past twelve ‘Part of Business’ the next month, Top base sid® Prix at Monza after a thrilling | $730.00 730.00 | AND THE
year Think nothing of it,” says in Britain is drawn to play duel with Alberto Ascari. Government Tax $200.00 on each Series. PRICE YOU
In the first place Promoters and Marshall, “I should hate to have France in France and the best : fi WOVE, & SKEETE,
Boxers drew o far apart and to count’ how many bones I have teams from North African and Friends of Fangio laughed off per A, Cuke, Jnr. PAY IS THE
there was not that co-operation broken in my time, but it is all German bases will fight it out at rumours mas he was sigued by BARBADOS "TURF CLUB, | PRICE IT’S
that either prompted a promoter part of the business Frankfurt. The winners come on the Ferrari Company for a num~} per G. H. LEWIS. | WORTH
Serthe one hand'to it this cash “You've got to take a few to London, » ber of ee eee ree irelea | 20.11.52.
and a boxer on the other hand t neces if you ¢ going to be ¢ The final will make Wembley ours spread in local sports circies _ ‘“ <
Bive of his be as od at this. py cay ene job. look like Yankee Stadium, com- soe m was ners wat ee a Rene” in
Relations gradually deteriorate line too-careful fell get plete with brass bands, pretty, Alberto Ascari and Luigi Villoresi
and re - 7 ares ie t ae reful fellows never get short-shirted drum majors and had not yet signed en oe The Barbados Police
or fulli Those who would have I uy ease, there are always megaphoned cheer leaders. Lon- with the company. —UP.
made a living out of the sport plenty of bones, I think I’ve got Gon teen-agers and social clubs
were forced to look for’ alternatiy few odd ones here and there plan to turn up in force. ae ene , Re IMPORTANT PRINCIPLES OF MOTORING P ¢ § MAFFEI
means of curing a hivelihood anc hat are all i one i sands of U.S. servicemen wi }
Dee arsse ihe tone of omnis ““ feel fine, If Tarn unlucky it fill rival banks on otthes side of Holex Watches Show Courtesy to other users of or ee
mens the vere ble t obtain ‘s not because of broken bones, the 100,000-capacity stadium. {
could not be successfully combined but because of the tosventlantor, Wembley oe Ltd., > is ee LOUIS L. BAYLEY the road. & C0., LTD.
with professional boxir “We fellows do not mind taking ting the ground gratis. roceeds %
Boxing ead risks, but we are not paid half will go to the R.A.F. Benevolent Bolton Lane | y
In the aerated: place there were “neugh for taking , them—espec- Fund and to the U.S. Welfare a ows
no prope faciliti fi training ily with income-tax at whatever- Services Fund. ———
The practice of using the speedball a per cent.” : Ee.
and punching the bag became a ersonally, Pil put up with TS, VARNISHES
thing of the past and so we found ‘2come-tax, LES Talks On Sugar For PAINTS,
that some of the bouts from which eee %
thé: public expected a great dea) Pri Stall and the Useful Household Items
of entertainment were gradually ‘rice ed }
Raddite “nire sud sinore. Giaap Vis s ea a4 for the Coming Xmas Season
pointing until promoters, boxers eiiihatl ER ee ee ee a
and sporting public tacitly decided hee ‘ ON, nea os Call At “j
baht ney ned had Sneee McG Beat the talike on the 1088 Sager Price ; |
The obvious answer i ° j J S : Establisned RB
gt oe Se eilas is et, _ Mae regor eats ee ve a. at the 5; 1860 T. HE ERT LTD Incorporated
c ; r Con Food inistry this afternoon
Barbados Boxir 5 oO ?
trol ; Ty is re Gintie that Box Mervyn Rose between government representa~ ROEBOOK ST, ais MAGAZINE LANS
ers, Promoters and John “Q” citi tives and Empire delegates. But}
ven @ach received their due SYDNEY Noy. 20. efter an hour and a half, the
measttre Ken McGregor scored an im- meeting was adjourned without
A bill to make provision for thx ive 6—2, 0-—6, 6—3, 6—4 vic- a decision being reached. :
formation of a Boxing Board of ‘ry on Thursday over southpaw It is now obvious that the
Control reached the House of As- Mervyn Rose to gain the final price agreement will not be con-
mbly a long time ago and has found of the New South Wale eluded until next week. Mr.
reached as far as the first reading. Tennis Tournament. Frank Sedg- MacCowan and Mr. Cuke, the
The onus is now upon the politi. an downed semi-finalist Ken West Indies representatives, have YOUR WARDROBE
cians to make some effort to save Rosewall 6—4, 6—3, 8-—6 to make cancelled their Re titeh ed
ofessional boxit from cor ‘oturday’s finals against Me- ward plane bookings which ha
lete ext t egor U.P. ‘ been made for this week-end. ey TYW® LITTLE EXTRAS ... FOR THE FESTIVE
They’ ll Do It it Every Time eae cama By Jimmy Hatlo Se ae SEASON with these
— =< ‘or em in a
ALL wRONe! THAT'S. wT care, ee ee. 8 TOS HE'S GONNA’ | Casiom-Tailored SUIT . . . fine SHARKSKIN
A MODERN SADDLE! AND THEY CAME To SEE
w LOOK AT THE AUTO IN THE ' HOW MANY MISTAKES materials . . . quality linings. . . In White only, in severs lities
BACKGROUND ! THEY DIDN'T THEY CAN SPOT My from $2.07 to $2.76 per yd
HAVE LEFT-HAND DRIVES MISTAKE WAS N sirrinc easy drape and fit. In Lemon, Bisevit, Char e, Turquoise ang Pink
IN ae DAYS! AND_THAT i HERE at $2.11 per yd
STAME P ON THE LETTER |, TAFFETA ;
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WE HAVE a wide choice of (Both Plaim and Water n several qualities and
a full range of lov: ades
-from $1.15 te $2.00 per yd.
Cloths, Corours and Designs t
ae : SELF-STRIPED ‘iEER
in TROPICAL and_ heavier In Pink, Eggshell, Gi ‘mon, Sks Rose, Silver
weights. | Turquoise and Whi' $2.70 per vd
EMBRCIDERED ORGANDIE
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In Pink, Blue and Whit $3.00 to $4.00 per ya
WON'T YOU COME in and gat
jal esata ¢ CHECKED CRG! \NDIE :
In Sky, Powder, Nil, Pi emon ane White at $2.07
FLCWERED TAFFETA
| Beautiful range of Flor terns at $2.88
ny
C. B. Rice |) SCREEN PRINTED SATI?
Gorgeous Patterns at $4.00 per yd
on | & Co. —_ |
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